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: February 4, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; Sis Months, 75 Cents. Payable In Advance. E. Matthews, Editor and Proprietor. I

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BROUGHT IN BY Railroads Liable- to Growers % 'Three+ Days of-Festivities to be I AIRATTACKSONEASTENGUND t

When Markets Drop) During Held at Lawtey Next WeekIn .

GERMAN CREW Delays in Carriage. New Circumstances Have Arisen that ing on him to keep the United Statesat Interest of Town.The j
and in the breath insist
peace same -
Compels This Country to
that he maintain the honor of the
Interstate railroads are liable to pare a National Defense.U. ; United States. business men of Lawtey are, of -

CAPTURE CAUSES SENSA- produce shippers for any fall in the President Wilson asked, "Have you the Booster class. In casting about AMOUNT OF DAMAGE HAS

market price of the shipments, occur- reflected that the time might come for a scheme to bring lots of people to
SATION IN NAVAL CIRCLESBritish ring during a negligent delay in trans- S. DEPENDENT ON NEU- when I could not do both? Are you their town and thereby promote business NOT YET BEEN ANNOUNCED 4

portation. The Supreme Court of the ready to stand behind the governmentfor and create: healthy and pleasant -
United States last week held that un- TRAL NATIONS FOR SHIPS the maintenance of the honor of diversions, they hit upon having aChautr.uqua .
Liner Supposed Lost, Arrivesat Six Seven Cross the Channel
der to last for three days- or Zeppelins -
the Carmack amendment to the ycur country? He criticised the ad-
Norfolk Va., in Charge of rate law the initial carrier was liable 'America is Not Afraid on Anybody, [ vocates of "peace at any price," and beginning Wednesday of next week. and Drop Romba on Vii
German Prize Crew. for a decline in value, even though the )I also the advocates of a large standing Besides engaging an amusement com- lages of English Coast.
delay was on the line of a connecting The Only Thing to be Afraid of is:(I army. pany and arranging for the appear- j

carrier. the Danger of the Inadequacy.: I I He explained that it was not a par- ance of several noted speakers, there

NORFOLK, Va., Feb. 1.-The Brit- During the strawberry season now Do Not Know What a Single Day ty matter, saying, "I am sorry the issue will be other diversions of various LONDON, F -b. 1.-A raid by six or I
ish liner Appam, reported sunk off the near at hand shippers should keep arose in a Presidential campaignyear kinds. The principal aim of the Chau- seven Zeppelin air ships took place
African coast, arrived here this morn- close tab on their shipments and if May Bring Forth.Wilson.CLEVELAND because there is danger that pol- tauqua is to make it educational and last night over the eastern, northeastern J

ing in charge of a German prize crew losses are caused by delays claims itics might cloud it." Congress, he to inspire progress. We congratulateour and midland counties of England, Ii

which created a sensation. should be promptly filed. If the trans- Jan. 29.-Necessity said, would do its part, but the issue sister city on this wise move and according to an announcement by the .iI
The capture occurred off the Canary portation people are called to account I for quick action was made the keynote really lay with the young men and wish it all the success it deserves. For war office. "
Islands.It for their shortcomings they will soon of President Wilson's preparedness they should volunteer and their employers further particulars see page two of A number cf bombs were dropped,
was taken by an armed German find a way to avoid delays. addresses in Pittsburg and Cleve- should not hinder them from this issue of the Telegraph, where a but up to the present no considerable ; :,

tr..mp and brought to port by a prize I It is believed the Seaboard Air Line land on the first day of his week's tour responding. big advertisement fully describes the! I damage has been<< reported. I, 1 :.t .
will the best service I I nature of the entertainment. The British office announces i ;
give freight war
(crew of twelve men, aided by twenty us of the Middle West. President Wilson spoke at two meetings I
German citizens, who were prisoners this season that it has ever given. If that "we in the midstof and to- that six or seen air craft took part .
Declaring are today at Pittsburg one
aboard the vessel. shippers will demand every right that Contractor Hill Adams is erecting I in the latest raid, but the towns or I
a world we did not make and can- night at Grant's armory here. He I
Upon her arrival here Commander they have it is quite certain that the not alter," he said it was his duty to spends Sunday in Cleveland, leaving at a 9-room residence for J. E. Adkins, villages visited anil the nature of the I
Berg sent the following to Von Bern- officials of the road will do their best, inform the people that 'dangers are midnight for Milwaukee. He will near New River station. The build- damage inflicted &s! not beep reported. !
and that the final will be ing will be stylish as well as com- i
stortf,. "Arrived with prize ship Ap- outcome a "indefinite and constant." New circumstances speak in the latter city Monday. 1
Have four hundred pasengers, quicker and a more reliable service. modious. A resumption (J the air raids on "
said arisen which
pam. he had In his speech tonight President Wil- I
London and the eat coast of Englandwas '
them the Governor of Sierra this
among made it that country
necessary son spoke with greater gravity than TUBERCULOSIS LECTUREAT
sacks of mail three thou- expected by (He British authorities i.
Leone, many THE BRADFORD COUNTYTEACHERS' prepare itself not for war nor aggres- that which has marked the others.
tons of I THEATRE and on January 26 the police issued -
sand goods. HOPSON'S
sion, but for adequate national de "America is not afraid of anybody,"
A hundred and thirty-eight of these ASSOCIATION fense. a special warning to the public '
I he said. "The only thing I am afraidof
were from the other allied to take to cover \in the event of airraids.
passengers America's t8 build merchant is the of the .
neglect danger inadequacy.Let
the I Phases of White illus- Last raids >n England by Ger-
vessels destroyed by tramp. Plague
Berg stated that he was not sure! Interesting Papers Read and ships had left the country dependenton me tell you solemnly you cannot man air craft occurred January 23rd t

whether he would interne or again Discussed During The other neutrals to carry United postpone this thing. I do not know" trated and Explained by and 24th, on the east coast of Kent and .
II| States commerce, and where ordinary what a single day may bring forth. the station barracks and posts of both
take to sea.Meantime rules of commerce at sea were apt to I For the first time he spoke of navy Mrs. Susan Voorhees.
the British officials at' Meeting Saturday. being attacked. The, last raid on Par-
be thrust aside "there is danger of and coast defenses that
a i saying experts -
i is occurred last Saturday and Sunday
will to
Washington begin stops recover j "
Ii more critical kind of controversy, say agree that the navy ranks fourth
these attacks
According to previous announcementMrs. night. Officials rid
the vessel. The Bradford Teachers' that who to the White'I and the defenses in
County As- ing people come I are quality
Voorhees District Tuber- to
Collector of port Hamilton went Susan were doubtlessly a prelude a more a
socittion in House that the nation is count but
convened Starke Saturday assert not quantity.
aboard to make an examination and 'I= culosis Nurse of the State Board of severe attempt by the German air
received instructions from Washington January. 29th,..at ten o'clock at Health, delivered a lecture on the sub- craft, and six or sM-en machines have ,rt

to let no one land until the status the high school auditorium. ject of tuberculosis last Monday even- taken part in the view raid on England

of the vessel has been established. I the The president meeting Mr.was E.called R. to order by In UERE AND THERE IN ,BRADFORD COUNTY ing at Hopson's Theatre. This !huge! would indicate a 'well considered plan
Captain Garrison stated that his vessel building was crowded to its utmost Capacity by the Germans ,o increase the activity
the absence of the secretary, Miss *
at of their dirigibles and probably tc
was overhauled January loth four even standing room being a
days after she left Dakar, Africa, for Bradley CoL D. acted as secretary pro tern. premium.Mrs. bring into play the nevi Fokker machines' 1
E. the address of
England. 1 welcome in most gave cordial BY 1. 1. PALM :R Voorhees illustrated her lecture which arc. reported to be very -
a manner.
After the tramp dropped several, with moving picture slides regarding effective engines "of war. *
shells in the vessel he decided to sur- "The Factor Story in Method as Education an Important" Traveling Representative of'the 'Telegraph. I the subject, and emphasized Of'TFIE- DAUGHTERS
I Primary was MEETING
the fact that four things were neces-
render. the subject of an interesting talk by Dukes much nine He OF THE CONFEDERACY.The I
Four of the crew were badly wound. In the SettlementP. as as pounds. has 35 sary in treating tuberculosis patients '
Miss Olive Ray. "Correct Method of 0. Dukes has 160 acres and 25 of hogs and a dozen cattle. In chickens| viz: plenty of fresh air, nourishingfood February noting of the U. D.:
ed.The liner Teaching Reading" was a well pre- it is in cultivation. He does general he favors the Rhode Island reds. sunshine and rest. C. was held with Misses Tison and
Appam was a new seven-
ty-eight hundred tons, with a cargo pared paper by Miss Lowe of the Lake farming. He was very proud ef a big Dukes Station Doctors Freeman and Tomlinson as., Fripp, at the home' of Mr. L. C. Pow-
Butler High School. "Sanitation in Guinea which has certainly donea About midway between Worthingtonand ell.
valued at million five hundred thousand sow sisted Mrs: Voorhees by giving talkson
dollars.a ': the School, by Miss Grace Fogg, of good "stunt" in the way of raising Lake Butler is a stopping on the the same line. Dr. Freeman said In the absence of the president, Mrs.J. .

: Lake Butler, was an instructive paperon pigs. She is now five years old and A. C. L. railroad called Dukes. It is that years ago Oliver Wendell Holmes P. Tomlinson, vice-president pre-
the vital subject of health in our since she was one year old she has the center of a very rich and productive called consumption the Great White sided, going through the usual routineof l

WASHINGTON Feb. 1.-The U. S. schools. Mrs. Hughes and Miss Peek raised an average of 25 pigs a year. section of Bradford county, and Plague, and it richly deserves the business. To stimulate: an interestin fH
will follow the Hague rules and allow played a charming duet. The Ques- She now has a litter of twelve whichat freight to and from Columbia county name. In our own country, more than Southern history it was decided to :

the German prize court to determine tion Box was conducted by the Presi- two months old will tip the scales finds its way across the platform also. one tenth of all deaths are caused by offer a prize to the high school pupils r }
- whether the Appam is a legal prize.In dent, and contained such questions as at 40 pounds. Mr. Dukes reports that I Its one store is owned by that old pio- this germ. It is difficult to calculatethe for the best essay on the Life of Jef-
view of Britain's efforts to recover "How do you teach arithmetic?" which I he grew 30 bushels of corn to the neer, M. A. Dukes, who is also the cost of sickness in dollars and ferson Davis.

the vessel, however, the case is was discussed in a clear manner by acre this year without fertilizer.. Thatis owner of a small farm in the immed- cents, but one estimate that has been Misses Tison and Fripp entertained
expected to develop an acute situation. Miss May Fripp, of the Starke High above the average. iate neighborhood. The station and widely accepted places the cost of tu- charmingly, and et the close of the
Meantime the vessel will be seques- School. "What is the best method of J. M. Dukes has 160 acres with 50 postoffice is in charge of S. M. Dukes.A berculosis to our country at a billion business session served their guests
tered at Norfolk, Virginia. I I controlling unruly pupils?" discussed in cultivation on which he does general very prominent citizen of the dollars a year. In the treatment of with a dainty salad course. '

'| by Miss Peek and Mr. Draper. "How farming. He had a good corn and place is J. S. Howard, but unfortun- tuberculosis everything depends on
DISASTER FOLLOWS THE should we best regulate athletics?" sweet potato crop the past season. As ately he was absent just at this time. beginning in the early stages of the SATURDAY'S BASKET BALL ;

BREAKING OF OTAY DAM discussed by Messrs. Neal and Dra Mrs. Dukes put it, "We made enough He has turpentine and lumber interests I disease. In recent years so many dis- GAME ON SCHOOL CAMPUS {
per. "How long a leson in algebra do supplies so that we can live at home." which are quite extensive. He is. coveries have been made regarding the rf
you generally give?" discussed by Miss For the past eight years they have now shipping a car load of turpentinea I treatment of consumption that now a (

Water Wall Thirty Feet High Grace Fogg. "How can a principal get had white Plymouth Rock chickensand week. He has a commissary store !I very large percent of those who con- Lake Butler Teams Win Both 1
his teachers and pupils to be loyal toi are still well pleased with them. at the station. He is the owner of I tract this disease recover from it. The
Rushes Down Valley on him and their educational work?" ably Farther east and quite near the sta large tracts of land in that part of' fact was emphasized that the use of Games of theAfternoon :

Unsuspecting Residents i discussed by Messrs. Poppell and Dra- tion one comes to a fine farm and a the county and has many croppers onI I cigarettes and alcoholic drinks is one From Home Teams. '

I per. big white house. There is every evidence his property. He is also very activein of the prolific causes of the breaking
It had been expected that Dr. of success and thrift about the' religious matters, being the head down of the constitution, thereby inviting ,

SAN DIEGO, Cal., Jan. 28.-It was Thackston, of the University of Flor- place. The first thought which comes and front of the Free Will tuberculosis. The use of the Last Saturday afternoon there was
estimated tonight that the death list ida, would address the teachers on this into one's mind as he approaches the movement in all that section. Baptist I sleeping porch, both as a preventiveand an exciting basket ball game on the

would reach fifty as a result of the occasion. but he was unable to be place is that a real farmer lives there Eastward Ho! a cure, was strongly recommended. campus of the Statke Hr
breaking of the lower Otay river dam, present having been sadenly called to and is doing business, too. Thereforeit Leaving Dukes going eastward one "Tuberculosis! is communicable, pre- contestants being the boys and girlsof i

releasing a wall of water thirty feet Chicago. I was no surprise when a young man comes at once into a flatwoods section ventable and curable," is the battle cry the Lake Butler'High School and t
high. Twenty-five farm houses were Besides:! the Starke teachers there I came out and upon inquiry for the and the houses are few and far Le- of the anti-tuberculosis host, and in the boys and girls'of the Starke High 0\

wrecked. Rescuers were unable to were in attendance Prof. Marcus > owner of the place he disclosed the : tween. The roads, in the main are that host hope swells high in every School.
reach the scene of the disaster tonight Brown, o fRaiford Prof. Draper, 0. fact that he was the man. This was ,I fair traveling, but an occasional sand breast, for already in many places the For Lake Butler the lineup:1': $ as p

and all bridges were out and swollen L. Mizell, Misses Smith, Lowe, Fogg: j Sam Dukes, and every one in that sec- : bed makes it a bit draggy. It was battle line of the, enemy has been bro- follows: .
streams were so treacherous it was impossible Bradley, Page: Epperson, Saunders,j tion knows him. He has 140 acres of I certainly lonesome riding miles and ken, and his forces are being driven Boys-Julian Loadholtz, Fritz j
to launch boats to go to the and Patterson, of Lake Butler; Misses which 50 is in cultivation. He does miles with never a sign of civilization. back. Much of the work that is being Townsend, Othoe Mirell, Charles Floyd

rescue. t Amanda Wainright, Mattie Stalsby, general farming, but adds a few acres i i T. J. Dukes lives some three miles done has as yet hardly begun to show and Bertram Riherd. .
Several bodies were seen floating in Ellie Milling, of Lawtey; E. R. Pop- : of melons on the side, and what he does I| east of Dukes Station and owns 78 its effect, but the results prove clearly Girls-Edith Townsend Winnie z

.the flood waters by parties here. ;pell, R. A. Green, Dewey Pinholsterand : rot ship hs feeds to the hogs. He de- :[ acres and is cultivating 25 acres. His that it is not necessary for people to Townsend, Eva Epperson, Ruby Roberts :

"f Late reports said twenty-five Jap- Arch Thomas. dares that melons are fine feed for \ corn and cotton crop was good last die of tuberculosis: as they are dying and Jessie, Roberts.:
anese men, women and children had Messrs. Neal and Dowling acted as I growing porkers. He expects to plant season. He has just completed a nice now. Starke girls-Mildred Crosby Hazel
been drowned.An hosts of the occasion, and did every- I 12 acres of watermelons this season. ( new house and had a new barn well Brown, Emma Powell, Martha Fripp ,

area fifteen miles wide and two thing possible to make it pleasant for I Mr. Dukes has a fine band of grad- i j under way. Mrs. Dr. Burns and Miss Marie and Anna Canova. .
miles long is devastated. the visiting teachers and others in at- Ward, of Douglass, Ga., returned home Starke boys-Allan Canova, William t
j ed hogs, some 40 in number. He hast At the home of J. M. Rimes a good
1.< Meagre details thus far made it impossible terdance. them graded; up with Poland China, I dinner was enjoyed. Mr. Rimes had Saturday after a pleasant visit with I Thomas, Gus Beasley, Drayton Colley a
* <.I to estimate the _probable_ loss i' The association adjourned to meet i which he says has given him much sat- a fine home out here in the middle of their sister, Mrs. Paul E. Canova. : and Raymond Speer. Substitute, Har-

gfll life. The breaking of the dam relesaed -,I in Lake Butler October 14th, 1916. I lis faction. He had a good: corn crop I the woods. Of course it does not seemso old Wall.

11,000,000,000 gallons of water! i last season, 20 acres yielding 350 bush- far to him, for he is accustomed to WORK OF HUNGRY BURGLARS Lake Butler won both games the
whfeh rushed down through the thickly -j THIRD CARLOAD I els. From two acres of sweet potatoesof traveling the distance. He has 320 score being 26 to 22 for the girls, and .

'populated and narrow Otay valley.Tjhe II the Porto Rico variety he harvested acres of which he i is cultivating 60. Rowand's Restaurant and Pressing 26 to 10 for the boys. The teams play-

loss is estimated at $1,000,009. More Stock Received by J. W. Andrews 250 bushels. He believes heartily in He does general farming and has a ed with wonderful speed and Grecian
i d Because of the fact that they were i & Son. | providing green pasture for his grow- band of 30 cattle. A fine bunch of Club Burglarized. like "stick-to-itive-ness." and there

"ated by the breaking of the damreds ing hogs, and he had 12 acres in oats White Leghorn chickens running about was a surprising silence kept by all of

of families in the vicinity I I and rye mixed: and he was trying out the place showed his preference in the Sunday morning when C. A. Row- the players. Miss Smith: of Lake But-

'facing'a: food famine tonight i II I The third carload of horses and I an acre of rape. The green carpet of way tf poultry. He has been on the and came down to his restaurant he ler, was referee for the girls; Mr.
J u possible efforts were made here I mules, bought at St. Louis by J. W. I the growing; grain certainly added a place some 10 years and the great oak found his larders in the same condi- Draper, of Lake Butler, referee for the
ht; to send succor to those in the Andrews & Son within the past two charm to the landscape of the field. trees.growing in front of the house tion as they were the morning after boys. Perryman :umpired for both 4.

eY months, arrived in Starke Sunday. Mr. Dukes showed a span of year make it very attractive in appearance.One the Starke Woodmen had had their games.
They ere all young, sound, well bro- and half old mules that leaves the main road and turns annual eat fest there-empty. Hams The playing of Anna Canova and
a were cer-
A MUSICAL TREAT.the ken animals of sizes suitable for any tainly prize winners. They would : in through an opening in a wire fence and other: meats, eggs, canned goods, Gus Beasley featured for Starke, while
the concert anF -
tyxft forget
and will probably Othoe Mizell and Winnie Townsend
purpose, they soon and takes a dim neighborhood road coffee
The personnel of thee I stand fully 12 hands high and would sauces, preserves were gone.
be sold. weigh 900 pounds. They were surely and trusts to luck for the longest distance Looking about he found that thieves- featured for Lake Butler.
t is as follows: Among the first to buy were the fine. The house and barn and so it seems to a stranger, and for ther must have been more than
very of the
Sawyer 1st tenor and accom- A partial eclipse sun was an-
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; Messrs. Wall, proprietors of the then he comes to main road leading
outbuildings: about the place gave evidence a one- gained an entrance by break nounced for Thursday! morning. The .
i ry Conrad, 2nd tenor, flutist Starke Ice Factory who bought two I of thrift and !success! and the from Lake Butler to somewhere.' Following ing a window in the rear. event was not a "decided success," as s
be used for drawing ice
r fine mules to that for a while one comes to About the time the
> mat fences and the farm in general was same proprietorof the son shone with unusual brilliancy t
to the depot during the berry season.I I fine farm on the top of a bill, for the club close to
lirchild, baritone and celloist. ---- neat and tidy. It is all these little a pressing by came while the show was supposed to have "
things which count and give indexto the fiat woods have been left behindout get some clothes to deliver to cus-
bass, violinist and read- DIED FROM STRAIN ATTENDINGEXECUTIONS. been pulled off. J
I the man who owns the place.S. in that big pasture. A genial gen- tomers for their Sunday"wear. He I
kfra'' Musicals invites the4mistarte M. Dukes has 200 acres and had tleman comes out and gives his name found that his place had also been Th e-; ., *
and vicinity to 150 of it in cultivation and has it all as J. J. Colson. Finding that he is' a broken into and two pairs of pants and Kite, who immediately went to work l lto b x'r' :

*njoy the rare oppor- RALEIGH, N. C., Jan. 28.-A few stumped. He had a tine crop of corn brother to Dr. Colson of Gainesville, two hats had been 'purloined, which find the culprits.. They have .not l r
IMhrh t .these famous sing- minutes after electrocuting two negro the past year, growing 25 bushels to a friend of the Traveler, the way was meant that two of our young men been' apprehended as' yet, but Mr. Kite ,
g murderers today, Warden Sale, of the(I acre without fertilizer. He had easily opened for a nice visit. He lives could not go to church that day, also says h ;has some good clues and is teont

4t- ; t and 50 cents. Doors state penitentiary died from the,terrific -.l.two 1 acres of sweet potatoes which did four--tiles! sodth'of Lake Butler, and that the thieves' were probably two 'dent"that'he will soon be able to 4-

strata. I y well. Some of them weigJ>> d (Continued on Page 7.) in number. land them in jail.

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I HIGH CLASS ATTRACTIONS. I'I over the previous! year.: Two charges ; OF i
were made in the charter, one as to
HAVE BEEN EMPLOYED time of holding; the annual meeting I
and the other as to the number of ii

The prospects look bright for being t
Improvements .
the best year for the bank since it a

was organized about four years ago. hundreds of dollars railroad fare T
Other Interesting Items. The following directors were elected Besides admission fees, each spent i :. :

for the ensuing :year: G. T. Pearce,

\ The Lawtey Booster Club, which is i David Durban, Mrs. Minnie Brown, W. incidentals. "' t
composed of about sixteen members, F. Godwin, and L. H. Hill. steamer passage hotel bills and all other :

has made elaborate preparations fora Later, at a meeting of the directors, ,

Booster 9th, Club 10th Chautauqua and 11th. The for February Clubthe'one President following year: W.officers F. Godwin.were elected for 117" Y? Because from an educational point of ;

has secured at great expense the Red- H
i Vice-President, L. H. Hill.
cliffe Chautauqua attractions of Wash- W I
Cashier H. it well worth the cost.LAWTEY'S
ingtcn, D. C., which give entire changeof C. view, was !
program each of the three days. I T
These entertainments will be up-to- At the Churches

date.The I There will be the regular Sunday BOOSTER CLUB CHAUTAUQUA ::.
object of this Chautauqua is to I morning services at both of the Methodist -
boost our town and vicinity and to churches next Sunday morning :

let the outside world know that we are :and evening at the usual hours. Everybody HAS ARRANGED TO PROVIDE AN EDUCATIONAL TREAT FOR THE PEOPLE OF BRADFORD AND SURROUNDING f :
wide-awake, and that we have one of invited to attend these ser-
the best little towns in this state, and vices. The Second Adventists also COUNTIES, THE LIKE OF WHICH HAS NEVER BEFORE BEEN. SEEN IN THESE PARTS, AND AT SUCH SMALL
also the best farming land surroundingit. have preaching at their new church, -
'I which has lately been erected aboutone COST AS TO BE WITHIN THE REACH

As above stated the Booster Club mile south of Lawtey. Rev. T. B. THE BUSINESS MEN OF LAWTEY HAVE CONTRACTED WITH THE : ',:
has gone to great expense preparingfor Lawrence is pastor of the M. E. church
this three days' of jubilee and j and Rev. R. 0. Wright, pastor of the
they expect to get some of it back 'I I M. E. church, South and Matthew Bo- RADCLIFF CHAUTAUQUA COMPANY :
from the sale of tickets to the high hawnn, pastor of the Advent church.
class entertainments which they have I There is also three Sunday school services -
secured. But it is not their object to Sunday morning at 9:30 PEOPLE
make out of this proposition, .
money I-the Baptist, M. E. church, South, -
as much as it is to boost and advertiseour and the Methodist Episcopal. There
town and community. I are classes in each for the children 9th 10th and 11th of February ;;
Every candidate in the state, and especially and for the grandfathers, if they will t
Bradford county, who expectsto ..-- --
only come.
run for office, is invited and expected -I -. ... CONSISTING OF THE FOLLOWING- :

to be here and make a speech. .t News Items FIRST DAY THE CHIEF ATTRACTION WILL BE' .}
Governor Park Trammell is expected 1
to be here, and will probably make 1I I Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Griffis were

a speech. Also a speaker is expected : shopping in Starke last Saturday.I THE MYSTERIOUS MILBURNS MAGICIANS J
from the State Good Roads Associa- I A. Z. Adkins, of Starke, was
tion to speak on boosting the good .I the guest of relatives here the first of ,

roads the most movement important, which topics is now in one every of the Miss week.Rose Mary Hull left last Fri- Mr. Milburn and wife having appeared several times before the Presidents of the United 'States. Also Mr.

f county in the state of Florida.We day for Texas to visit her father, whois Ellsworth Piumstead, Impersonator, the man of many voices, whom a little girl described as ''Lois of People."
do not confine our invitation to quite ill. Mr. Hull was formerly a
: those who have been here, but we want resident of Starke. :
people from all over the state, and Presiding Elder H. G. Davis of the GOVERNOR PARK TRAMMELL
Jacksonville district of the1.. E.
from out of the state, to come and see
\:. what we have got. We want to show church, South, preached last Sunday .. .
you a town noted for its beautiful evening at the town hall to a large it, *- WILL ALSO SPEAK DURING THE DAY. |
shade trees. and interested congregation.Dr. .

When the town of Lawtey was first G. W. Brown was transacting SECOND DAY-Dr. W. G. G. Benway, Platform Director, a man with a message brimful if f inspiration for
business in Jacksonville last Friday.Mr. .
colonized thirty-five ago, -
one of the over first things the enterprising years P. R. Parmtnter, a former resident community builders, who brings to our platform a sweet and wholesome optimism and radiates tie joy of right liv- :;

colonists along did the was laid to set out out streets.little oaktre'es As ford,of was Lawtey a visitor, but to now Lawtey of near last Rai-Sat- ing. Also, Bessie Leigh Concert Company, consisting of three artists of national fame, >who*program will include '

the town would enlarge and layout urday. music-instrumental and vocal- and delightful readings. This number alone is worth /.season ticket.
Misses Amanda Wainright and El-
new streets, the Village Improvement
Society was all ready to set out more lie Milling, teachers in the Lawtey
trees. Since the town was hcorpor- school, were attending the teachers' All Candidates for National and State ;Offices

ated about 10 years ago, the practicehas association in Starke last Saturday.Mrs.
been kept up by the street com- Horace Bennett, who has been
mittee. Now, can to and spending several weeks at the home of
anyone go
from their homes to their places of her daughter, Mrs. James Shepard, are invited and will address the citizenk.at 10
business under the shades of the beau- left last Sunday for her home in Elli- ,

tiful oak and maple trees. jay, Ga.
We do not want the people from the I Mrs. J. J. McLeod was a visitor to is

other portions of old Bradford countyto Starke last Thursday. clock a. m. each day. I
think that we are selfish or that Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode were r
our locality is the best, but we want''visitors to Starke Friday.I e' ;

them to come and have three days of i I W. M. Redding was transacting THIRD DAY-A General Booster's Get-To-Gether Occasion-Farmers to be Addressed Speakers
by from the
enjoyment,. and help us to boost our business in Starke Monday. .
town, as we are now ready, and when I I,I Mr. J. B. Sapp, of Starke, was attending Agricultural College-Matters of Vital Importance to All-A Good Roads Speech by a numb? of State's Good
.. they are ready we will return the com to business in Lawtey last .
Road Associations Also
pliment. I Thursday.Miss ;r
Lawtey has been making a steady Igrowth I Ethel Wilson returned home
:< each year. We are not going I last week from Hawthorne, where she DR. H. W. SEARS 'i
backwards by any means. We see a'''. has been spending several weeks with
bright future for it, and every enter her sister, Mrs. F. W. Webb. ,
.. prising citizen in this community The Lr dies' Aid Society of the known as the "Taffy Man," who has a remedy for every h uman fault, and his medicine is as palcrl- ble as ever mor-
should put their shoulders to the Methodist church met at the home of for
tal swallowed-good dyspepsia grumbling and despondency. 'I-
wheel; add new enterprises whene..eropportunity :Mrs. A. A. Smith last Thursday after- ,

offers itself and never I'oon.Mr. The Lyric Glee Club, of Philadelphia, composed of four fine fellows, known for their great voices clean comedy -
I ,
stop pushing until we have a metro- D. Davis: of Jacksonville, was a
politan town.It visitor to Lawtey the first of the we?k. and witty wisdom. From "The Old Church Bell" to "Tipperary" the program is full of charm.

is pleasing to note right close to Thirteen bushels of strawberrieswere Other items of interest will be introduced that will make every of day of educational
town that where only a few years ago shipped from Lawtey last Satur- every advantage
was wild land, now many acres have day.Rev. to old and young alIke-You will meet your friends and favorite candidates at Lawtey during This three days of

been fenced in, stumps dug out and Olin Boggess and family left continuous entertainment. .. .

under cultivation.As last Saturday for Winter Park, where The Woman's Club of Lawtey will!' assist in making this occasion perfect daint11unches
we have stated on previous occasions Rev. Boggess has been assigned as by serving sandwiches .
one great drawback to Lawtey pastor for 191C. He was pator of hot coffee, etc., at popular prices. ;:7' ,:
i3 the lack of houses for rent. Thereare Lawtey M. E. church for two years '
two houses now in process of erec- and his many friends here wish hima The cost of the Three Big Days to each individual will he PS follows- ,<:

tion. Both are spoken for by parties prosperous church year in his new ADULT SEASON TICKET $1.50 CHILD'S SEASON TICKET &.
who are ready to move in just as field! of labor.
quick as they can be completed. Mr. and Mrs. J. ilott, of Jackson- those not holding season tickets, cost will be as follows- !>;: <
There are no empty store buildingsbut ville, were guests of relatives in Law- AFTERNOON-Adult 35 cents. Children -
one, and that will be occupied in tey last Sunday 15 cents. NIGHT-Adult, 50 cents. Cifldren; 25 cents.

a few days. Mr. R. 0. Daniel, of Starke, was "
The strawberry crop is looking very transacting business in Lawtey last :
well considering the lateness of the Saturday.Rev. All Morning Exercises FREE ; .

plants being set out, owing to dry R. 0. Wright, pastor of the '.
weather in the early fall, and every- La1ey1.. E. church, South, was in .
thing looks bright for a prosperous Raiford last week assisting in a revival ...
j I season. meeting which was being held at that :- .":--..;' ,_ r -_:.- .::::__:::..::
We will not enumerate any more of place. -. -
the attractions of this vicinity for Mr. Green Teston, of Jacksonville, I ion took them completely by surprise,\ "REMEMBER OROZCO
invite I a number of Chinese were shot, and + + 4.04 + tf + ;
further ttffff
homeseekers, but will WES a visitor at the home of his mother but the pastor turned the parsonageover the stores + +
everybody to come and see for them- Mrs. G. W. Teston, last Sunday. to the visitors who spent a most belonging to them and to 4 +
Villa's New Battle Japanese -
Cry Inspires merchants "
Fierce were looted and f
Messrs. S. Cline and Tom Wearen
selves. and "
pleasant evening playing games
The Club is looking forward for a were transacting business in Jackson- in social intercourse.Mr. Hatred To All Americans that burned.he Villa announced, they said : + \
the above named dates. ville last intended to hold the Americans FOR SALE
great time on Saturday.Mr. R. Gluck, of Chicago, Ill., was +
They expect the people here to helpin Marion Oliver, of Baldwin, wasa El Paso, Texas.-Francisco Villa, until they paid over $30,000 but + *
in Lawtey several days of last week. they
their efforts for a greater Lawtey, visitor to Lawtey last Saturday.Prof. now in western Chihuahua, defying the were finally released. f +
is around
Mr. Gluck looking for
few more the old wood Marcus Brown, principal of a forces of the Carranza government is -- +
and in a years able location for a large colony of Chi- OATS SHOULD BE CULTIVATED. 40 acres on Lawtey and Lake*
buildings in the business sections will the Raiford school, spent Saturday and people. using the cry "Rember Orozco to f Butler?:,road, 3 miles west of +
be replaced with brick and concrete Sunday at the home of his parents cago stir up hatred against Americans and 4 Lawtef. +
bulidings in their places. Mrs. M. A. Torode, of Birmingham, gain recruits for himself, according to Oats fields will need some cultiva- 4 ;,
Everybody come.Telephone. here.Mr.. L. D. Clinkscales, representingthe Ala., is a guest of her son, :Mr. W. E. foreigners who reached the border to- tion this spring. The soil will be f 25 +# t
found acres on Lawtey and Highland -
Chautauqua attractions of Wash Torode. packed after the winter rains
day.General f "
Exchange I ington, D. C., is here this week in the Mrs. J. D. Randall and Mrs. Saunders Orozco was Villa's most for and crusts will have formed. Oats requires + One-bf trad, "National Highway. *+ i
interest of the Lawtey Boosters Club returned home the first of the week midable foe until the latter drove him plenty of moisture and since north of depot. f
After several attempts to and place vicin-a Chautauqua, which will take place on from Ocala, where they had been in across the border into the United the crusts faciliate evaporation, they f f $600 c5h or terms. + ''
telephone system in Lawtey February 9th,-lOth and 11th. the interest of the federation of clubs. States after the battle of Ojinga, should be broken.E. + .-:
ity, it now looks like a reality, and S. Pace 'p 20 r>res on Lawtey and Highland +
S. A. nearly two district
serious a Capt. Bryan, roadmaster of Mr. Enoch Griffis was transacting years ago. Orozco was agent for the +
unless something happens the Seaboard Air Line, and who will business in Jacksonville Monday. shot and killed last September on this University of Florida Extension Division dad, "National Highway." + ,
telephone system will be in Lawtey be a candidate for the office of Rail side of the boundary after he had for- suggest that a weeder be run 4 One tine north of Lawtey. About + j
within few days. Mr. W. H. Horton, Henry Bennett was a busi- over the 4 six ad s cleared. +
B cash
road Commissioner in the June pri- feited the bond under which he field. This precaution is especially $600 or i
ofo Charleston, S. C., is at the head ness visitor to Hastings last Satur was f terms + .
; force of hands is mary, was in Lawtey a few I of the project, and a in the interest of his candidacy. The day.Mr. Uuited States neutrality laws. season. On heavier soils a spike tooth t { +
already at work in the woods getting Roscoe Sapp left Sunday for harrow t vT L. H. HILL. +
1 captain is well known in Lawtey and Western with the teeth slanted back
the poles. It is a long left need for Fort Pearce, where he has to Chihuahua was the home of f +
accept be
: r.o doubt he will make a good run gone Orozco as well that of may used, but for light soils it is Florida.
"all as Villa
that things and
Lawtey but it seems employment.Little too heavy. + ;a +
r' dead leader
to those who wait. here.Mrs. Miss Eva had a large following Mr. f .a: +
comes Futch
John Howe and her son-in-law, about 13 which is said to have been inflamed Pace has teen advising this
:!t Mr. A. A. Smith, were visitors to years of age, had the misfortune to recently when Villa informed them treatment for several years. In many 4t44....l 44f44ff44' + +_* f

Stockholders Meeting Kingsley last Sunday. I breather collar bone last Thursday that Oroco had been "murdered" in instances he has suggested leaving a Of'...
The annual stockholders meeting of About 28 of the members and friendsof while playing the dangerous game of Texas by Americans. strip in the field where the crust was '.'
the Lawtev State Bank was held Jan- the Methodist Epicopal church mett "popping the whip," with several other Several not broken. In every such case there just Travel to Know.
nary 27, 1916. Over four-fifths of the the parsonage Tuesday and pounded children at school. Such dangerous huahua persons arriving from Chi- has been a marked difference in the The tfpild Is a country which nobody -
stock was represented. Considerable Pastor Lawrence and his family I practices as that should be stopped Americans City declared that thirty-six growth, and yield of grain. The treat- er;* yet knew by description
gains were found to have been made I with a lot of good things. The invas-: before it is commenced. I before were thrown into prison ment conserves moisture and facilia- out mus:'travel through It one'a self '
just Villa evacuated that to be ; '
city, tes soil warmth. acquainted with it-Chester'
field.r' y
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o> '0=0. 'oc) with Ft. Myers, and this morning the \-

LIVEDSTATE e initial trip of a regular line betweenthe IbeiryoirwaniENCWED
NEWS two cities was made by the Forbes
fy'oneer Boat line. The boat will VISITING CARDS E
leave the Lyon dock at the Twelfth
I street bridge every Tuesday at 6:30

ThingS That Are Happening All Over Florida : a. m. and later on will also leave on STATIONERY >
Fridays. The Belle and Mayflowerare

g As Told By Our Exchanges | making the trips which will be up
the Miami river and Miami canal to .
"'""'' "' ,
oao orsoc.onor!=: .ftft v-v C IOC 0 Rita where the night is spent by the

ST. PETERSBURG. private party I ords. The latter will have birds animals passengers. From there the boat goes Bradford County Telegraph]

of fifteen on Capt. Sharit's yacht, etc., for targets, while the former to Moore's Haven, then to OkeechobeeCity -' ; ..
Benetta, broke the record at the banks.I I I I will shoot at the regulation target. thence down through Lake .,.....
noon. The outfit started out at 6 in the The club is making a good record, HLcopochee and the CYloosahatch.ee U
morning and returned at 4 in the having won four out of the five river to Fort Myers, reaching the r c ARC0l1RT.&C Q1t uisvfllfclfy.Prices :'
afternoon bringing in 1,600 pounds of matches they thus far participated in. last place in the late afternoon of .
grouper. Geo. Reddington has donated targets I the second day.KISSDDIEE.Representative. cll.MANuFACTURING ENGM\!< 'ERS,

for the range. Quite as Reasonable as Consistent(with Q"hty.

MIAMI.Andrew Carnegie, yield- W. J T. .
demands of his Sears, of this congressional district, on
ingto the physicians to JACKSONVILLE-Black Point near '-. -
come to Florida for his health, reached Jacksonville, has again been selected Sears, of this congressional district, on "The Kind Mother- Uses" ..................................... ............
Miami recently and is now located off I by the national board for the promo- Monday introduced a bill directingthe !
that city in the palatial houseboat, tion of rifle practice as the place for Secretary of the Interior to pur- "Every time mother gets out Calu- .e
Everglades, belonging to Col. R. M. holding the 1916 riffle matches, begin- chase from the State of Florida at a met I know there's going to be good i 1 Favorite F ertil i-r
Thompson. ing October 23rd. Teams representingthe price not exceeding five dollars an acre things to eat at our house. Delicious, I
not to exceed four townships of land, tender, tempting doughnuts biscuits x
army, navy, marine corps, national ,
JACKSONVILLE.-At a meeting in guard and civilian clubs will partici- and dedicate it as permanent reservation cakes and pies! I've never seen a bake- t are 3 ;
Jacksonville on Friday of the officers pate in the matches, which will be one for the Seminole Indians. Rep day failure with Calumet. Moth .
and board of governers of the Florida of the biggest shooting events of the resentative Sears is on the Committeeon says it's the only Baking Powder that |
Indian affairs and is in a positionto Higher in Price-Solnetimes I
State Good Roads Association, it was year. push this legislation. He would insures uniform results. '
definitely decided to hold a big good -*
Received Highest AwardjSi
roads meeting in St. Augustine on PALM BEACH.-Not only is the like verted to into see a land reservation purchased as nearly and con-as 1.111I C.oIl1- / i Higher in Quality- \lways i
rLp i.Pcr..1 ,
March 23rd and 24th. East Coast canal made practically im- possible to where the Seminoles are C... \

-- passable by the sandbars at Prosperity now staying. He says that while the i RESULTS TELL Ask any cij!;fcmer about *
NEW S IYR .-The New Smyrna Farms, but the waterway is more or government has been generous to other
Breeze states that the draw bridge less blocked by the dredge which is Indians, it has done practically nothing :. FAVORITE FERTILIZERS' :. j

across the St. Johns river at Harden presumably working on the bar, accord for the Seminoles.ST. : They know and can testify as to TH&R QUAL- :
Ferry, which will connect Volusia and ing to dispatches from West Palm
Seminole counties, is nearing completion Beach and no little dissatisfaction has gpItlNd6Io1 : ITY, SOLUBILITY, LASTING <|JALITIES: : A
and will in all probability be been caused to yachtsmen over this : : :
aviation students for the Thomas and GENERAL ADAPT ABIU1-t to FLOR-
open for traffic by the end of January.ST. fact. Numerous complaints have been o .
made in West Palm Beach as to the Aviation school on North Beach, is : IDA SOILS -\ : Z
steadily increasing, new pupils arriv-
attitude of the dredge workers who
AUGUSTINE is claimed are said to be arrogant and discour- plane which arrived several days ago i Special Formulas for All Flofi\fa Crops : i A
the actual of St. ;
that expenditure
ing nearly day. hydroaerowill -
teous in their actions.
Augustine's government for the five soon be ready for business. Someof : WRITE FOR QUOTATIONS. i
and a half months during which it the mechanics are at work puttingit
has been under the city manager plan TAMPA.-Custom officials seized together, on the shore of the creekat + Agricultural Chemicals, Insecticides!; i !

has been on the basis of $15,000 a ten thousand three hundred'cartrid the north end of Water street. As t

year less than the'old form of gov- aboard the Mexican schooner, RalphE. soon as it is together', it will be Independent Fertilizer Co. !
which had to clear i
ernment.ST. Eaton, sought launched and will cross the bay to
for Sagua-LaGrange, Cuba. A warrant Capo's beach where headquarters have FL& I F
: .
was issued for Manuel Alvarez, a
established. The at that
been .
PETERSBURG.Mabel Jaeckis runway J
suing the city of St. Petersburg for Spainard, who chartered the schooner.It place has been completed and in a few .9 ..1 NN.N...N..NN...NNN.M. .. .....N4...... ,
$15,000 damages for the death of an is charged that Alvarez willfullyswore days the pupils will be taking flightsin -- < _
to falsehood, in that in seeking ; --
adopted child which fell into an un- clearance a, he listed the vessel's cargoas the water machine. The land machine :..N.N....N.NNNNNsI .......... .............:
protected mortar box on the street and will be in commission soon after
received burns from which it died. lumber and did not mention the car- the hydro-aeroplane is launched and
tridges. The action was taken at the pCN1CA i The Children's i ii
The case is to come up in the Feb- request of Cuban Counsel, Ybor. Al- both machines hours.will be running during "+g'1ZT BMaN 0 EdilationZ
term of court. daylight
ruary varez had not been arrested up to

tonight. i To properly educate the chiren! is often
BARTOW.-Pay-up week is to be PE SACOLA.-A submarine flotilla 1 Cheap and big canBaking Powders do not it iti
Bartow. How many will observe it with the monitor, Tallahassee as tender Celomctdoesit'sPureand
who JACKSONVILLE. notable event and two destroyers are on their i the of the
and whether they owe or they was the inauguration of the new elec- far superior to sour milk and soda highest aspiration mclher.
to Pensacola the submarines
who are owed will be most enthusiastic way .
in the matter is an open question.It tric service on the Florida East Coast having left New York with the mon- I'
is a good idea anyhow, and has been Railway's branch between Vice-President Jackson-J. itor. Their departure is told in the FREE FLOWER SEEDS : By making a Bank Account.fcne: of the i
ville and ,
handled with success by Miami and Mayport. New York Herald of Sunday. The "*

many states.other towns in this and other P.Flagler Beckwith system and made other the officials initial of trip the The submarines destroyers are, Worden the K 1,2 and, 5 Macdon-, and 6. Hastings Catalogue TeDs You All f first requisites of household nranagement, i ;g

About Them
and regular service is now in opera ough, are at the Charleston navy yard I

KISSIMMEE.-The Central Lumberand tion.cular This mode is of the motor first time transportation this parti- and South.will All join the the fighting flotilla ,on'essels11 its way Xo matter whether you farm or only i many women have realized tfeir greatest t ti f

Supply Co., is the name of the has been introduced in this part of plant vegetables or flowers in a small lot .
latest business enterprise organized in It will afford splendid stop over at Tampa, and come direct need 1916 .
the country. from that port to Pensacola. The K you Hastings Catalogue.It i dreams. iI |
Kissimmee. The new company is to be facilities between Jack-
transporation boats were in port here last year along is filled ((100 pages) from cover to
incorporated at $100,000, and takes I sonville and llayport.GAINESVILLE. with the Macdonough and Worden and cover with useful farm and garden infor ;f
over the real estate, building and ma- the Tallahassee. They will participatein mation.It I Information is gladly given cur Officers I Ii
of the old South Florida Lumber
.-Anna Albritton, a maneuvers with the aeroplanes at tells of seeds of kind and quality that
company. negro woman who said she came from the U. S. naval aeronautic station. you cant buy from your merchant or i are always ready to render courteous ser

Indiana, but more recently of Socastee, They will add several hundred officers druggist, seeds that cost no more b:;:
PALM BEACH.-Is anyone aware near Rochelle, was arrested here Mon and men to the number already at the vice. will be s4 i
give you satisfaction and a real gar- : They glad to | you.
of the fact that Lake Okeechoobee is day night by Officer Perry upon a navy yard. t
not running over full and has not been charge of drunkeness. As is customary den.It *
for several years. The canals already the officer searched the woman to BEACHED tells how every customer can get ah-
dug have helped to keep its level low be sure that she had no dangerous DURING GULF STORM solutely free five packets of easily grown, I Bradford Count Bank i it tr
and a few more short canals from the weapon, and there was found in one yet showy and beautiful flowers. i -
Glades will do all the draining necessary stocking currency aggregating $100. Hastings is both the best and largest also

to put almost all of that vast area I i I In the lot was a $50-bill, two $20's and During the severe storm which seed Lrm in the South, the only firm that Organized 1889 |:{ #
condition.West Palm 'I' swept the Gulf coast last fall, four
in tillable one for $10. According to the woman'sstatement should buy seeds from. i
Beach Sun. she had $278 when she British steamers and a schooner in you : '* !
arrived here, but declared that she Galveston Harbor and Boliver Roads 'When you plant Hastings Seeds, you Starke, : : : :.:.ti j
meet "Good Garden Luck" more than : .
OCALA.-Florida is becoming an i was robbed of all except the amount were the swept far from deep Mechanics water, half Write for their big 1916 ...................................... ..............
the officer found.PEXSACOLA.Ernest. says February Popular way. today 5
for defeated presidential can-
asylum Magazine. Two of the vessels were Catalogue. It is free. A postal card request -- H- ,
Mr. has bought a ,
didates. Bryan
left high and dry, while two others r.
Alton B. will bring it. H.G.HASTINGS CO., !
Miami and Judge Close
home at a I :
Parker has bought a thousand acres in resident of many years of this city, were water'carried sufficiently nearly deep five to miles float them.from Atlanta, G,.-(AdvL) H. C. RICHARD ] COFFINS-J;- CASKETS 1
Okeechobee country, and will engage is held in the British
the and an American, None of the ships, however, was badly And |;full line of
in cattle raising. Really livingin camp for prisoners of war at Ahmed- Get Our Free Citilof :
Florida is more delightful than nager, near Bombay, India, and has injured.The task of getting the merchantmen Ask Our Advice Freely General Insurance I Undertakers'; Supplies

being worried with the cares of stateas written Hon. Wm. H. Khowles, of this back to deep water was the largest 1'1.Thrbeckdnrrllvt.. tk*mot rcm- Always on ?nd. The best ser- 5
the head of the nation.-Ocala Ban- city, asking the latter to see several salvaging opertion ever attemptedin \ I, an1 p'asu uortnirot: to !.o(tv Irrtt....01 in ihnil KI I represent none but FIRST vice at the Invest J prices. Special : {

ner. persons who are acquainted with the the South. To accomplish this five C ..NO'. L.. in IoooU..rn! Do :miner:u sun. of Our rl mrt|..... .-11liiwt CLASS companies and will be attention ta telegraph orders. ;
tmvunz three uoiir ttriidroaii.tioLi J
prisoner and forward affidavits that dredges and some 300 men were employed :)f17 ,'''i' %c ran krlpYou.Rojii constantly on the alert to pro- ;
AVON PARK.-Quite a feat was Close is an American. According to day and night for a period of '. y 1:, 1 Palm Nurseries mote your interests. Guarantee I Registerd Embalmer

pulled off here Christmas day, of the ktter's letter he resided at Klon- six weeks. In recovering two of the l-. ,(j' I .... 1.1.-Biv. tidy".n.t...--1.proud.",.tat. to.IrmnLt.ud.idabrprnrs "'. courteous treatment to all pa
anything.We dyke, a small settlement a few miles "." ,' .( <.rb..o.Ko't Thft.e 's
few knew : icrr
which very people vessels a channel 4 miles long, 200 ft. .' tt 1.: Ulirifi trons. A well written policy bya '
feel that such a feat should not northwest of Pensacola until a few. wide,, and 15 ft. deep was cut throughthe --''.-..:., f tun tn i-rril u t'u.I_ DeWFir C. JONESSuc'sr t
in first-
pass without notice. Bennet Schan- years ago and then left for India, bay. In each instance it was nec- f -. A41or..1L"00I1.nqu.rJ LuiReasoner first-class agent a to G.:.*,;. Livingston & CoSterke
Mr. &nd1rs.. where he was employed until the time _.- l Broi.Rofll class company sometimes means i
ner, who was essary to cut a slip to the stranded L Fla.
t. Palm riSW much in of loss fire. ,
Nurnriel by i
Davidson at their beautiful home, of his arrest. vessel, dig entirely around it and 9eedxiAre. case t.
"Hollyhurst" swam across Lake Lotela I then remove the sand and earth be- ooeconaJ 'p J
H. C. RICHARD Starke : ---
from Buzzard's Bay to "Hollyhurst"dock TALLAHASSEE.-The general pub neath it by hydraulic pressure. I ; ; ;
of about one and three invigorating to the Pale and Sickly Pilei Curejf 6 to 14 Day j % _
a distance lie opinion has long thought that the One of the ships was carried down \'bJr
miles. Some swimming for The Old Standard general ttreogthenlD tonic. I'I druggist, rrefund m"ney if PAlO
quarter Indians in
Seminoles were the only the channel by the hundredmileanhour GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC drives our OINTMENT cure any case of Itching
Christmas weather, eh? Florida. Lucien Spencer, a special agent wind and lifted out of the water Malaria.enrichesthebloodandbuilde up tlJe SY5- Read tho Telegrap'$1.50 a year.1 I .nind.nlerdingorf. : ... ,trudingPiesin6tolfdays.
tern A true tonic. For adults and children. 50c Le "tt:>wt iYCI I.ue and Rnt. 6Oc.
I of the U. S. Ondian Service, how. into a railroad yard. A large steamer --- ----- -- ',,.
PUNTA GORDA.-A remarkable :. ever, says: there only about COO Indians and a three masted schooner were -" --

journey by automobile! from Seattle, in Florida, and of these only grounded on Pelican Spit while the
Wash., to Punta Gorda, was completed : 200 Seminoles, the remaining 400 being other two ships were carried out intoa :
here on Sunday by Capt. and Mrs.S. B. I Micosookees. The two tribes are distinct prairie at Swan Lake. The machinery WE GIVE PROfIT-SIlARlNGGOWONS
Johnson, who left the former city the -from each other and speak differ- I' in the four steamers was capableof :
last of June They traveled east ; ent languages. There are not a half being operated so when it came '"
through all the states on our northern : dozen Indians in Florida at the present 'I time to make the final efforts to float
border, thence south through every time who can converse in both ton ues. I the vessels basins were dredged under Reduce the lIi Cost of Livip
state on the Atlantic seaboard. A remarkable ; The former tribe has a reservation of their propellers and power from their !
fact is that they met withno i 2.000 acres, and the latter 23,000 I Ii I own engines used to assist the tugs. ;)

accident of any kind, not even a i both in the Everglades.-Tallahassee I byTraclinwithA !

tire puncture. Record. COLD PIGS FATTEN SLOWLY. :s A

I S i S
PALM BEACH. NOT that Palm SANFORD. The great celery season It is false economy to leave the pigs :
Beach county has on hand the money is on. Sanford's first car left the out in the cold and wet. A. P. Spen- K 4 K
from the bonds recently} voted, the I district agent for the Universityof
city on Wednesday morning being ship '
proceeds amounting to $750,000, the I ped from Moore's Station on the .A. Florida Extension Division, would FOR S FOR

board of county commissioners has C. L. The celery was grown by Harry I have the pigs sheltered because they I
set to work in earnest to get the I Ward and was taken by C. E. Henry, .I cannot fatten as rapidly when they O 0
work under way as soon as possible.The of the Wm. Weinert Co., of Philadel- are exposed to all kinds of weatheras U U
main county road will be the first when they are protected. The pig
phia who in turn sold it to F. F. Dutton R R
to receive attention. The United and it was shipped north by Mr. Dut uses the same materials for keeping
States Department of Public Roads, ton. We have not been informed as himself warm that he does for putting I
has sent an engineer to assist County to the price of this first car but it is on fat. If he is left out in the weather CATALOG. CATALOG
Engineer, Ruggles in the vast amountof rumred that it brought Mr. Ward he will require great quantities of food .
road work which will be done in about $2 per crate or better. As thereare to supply heat to his bbody. This foodis =,
the county during the nexyear.. some thousand acres of celery in diverted from the fat stores and he
the Sanford section and4the prospects does not fatten. J. S. BROWN I.

ST. AUGUSTINE The St. Augustine are good for a fair price during the Food is pretty expensive fuel yet ;
Civilian Rifle Club is now fiXingup !:season the growers are jubilant over many farmers are burning it prodigally CALL TODAY AND I NVESTIGATE HOW YOU CAN PROCURE BEAUTIFUL ANO USEFUL i
the ranges in the new quarters in the situatin. to keep their pigs warm. A few ARTICLES REDEEMING OUR COUPON AND CERTIFICATES ISSUED WITH ;3 '.

the equipped city building., one of them Two ranges for the will finer be could planks be which profitably are rotting diverted on the into farm a E.VERY CASH. PURCHASE # _s ? > .*.. > 1.1Ft ...! r yt

shooting and the other for those who FT. MYERS.-Miami is now for the hog house. A hog house is cheaper i- :

are not so keen about marksmen rec. first time in direct boat communication than feed.


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except the United States, has stopped corpuscles and producing an anemic : I-

: Bradford County Telegraph the export of this substance to England condition, in which the life resources Total, all issues, 207.

in retaliation for that country's that should have gone to make beef Florida has more daily newspapersthan Ii Political Announcements I

interference with the Swedish shippingand and milk feed and fatten the tick. It Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode .

:"" Local and Long Distance Phone mail. As 75 per cent of the pulp has been estimated that a beef animal Island, Vermont, Deleware, Districtof I t i L. t

Number 40 used in England hitherto came from may lose as much as two hundred Columbia, ar'landlabama, Arkansas NNNtNINN O6NINNNCards 3NNONf.N.Nt10N00N.h

Sweden, all or a great deal of it will pounds in a single season in weightby I Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, not more than one inch in length (72 primary: elec&nn to be held on June 6th.

.. Published weekly and entered as have to come from the United States, the tick. The tick also develops Mississippi North Carolina, South words will be published under this heading beieve! I dId,"', duty when I held the office I
Tennessee Virginia, West from date of receipt until the primary election before. If Iam elected again I shall give
still in the animal disease known Carolina, ,
which will have tendency to a germ as
second class matter at the post-office a I in June for $5. A proportionate additional honorable art conscientious discharge of
New the
more increase the price of paper in : as the tick or Texas fever. This diseaSe Virginia, Montana, Nebraska, charge will be made for additional space fractional dunes of the!'Hice. T. J. DEKLE.
at Starke, Florida. this country. :. kills approximately five per cent Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, parts of an inch being counted as an -"'.:.- -
fees payable in advance FOR COMMISSIONS DISTRICT
of the calves born in the State and it Wyoming, Arizona, Idaho, Nevada, inch. Announcement are NO. fc
E S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner and this rule will not be varied. I hereby >Announce myself a candidate for
WORRYING.A is fatal to probably ninety-five per- Alaska, Hawaii, Philipines, Porto County Com ItIioner for district No. 2 (Lau
., fl. E. LAGERGREN, Associate Editor cent of the adult stock imported into Rico or any of the provinces of Can- FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT. Butler 'respectfully solicit the support of
I respectfully announce my candidacy for the voters ot the district at the coming .
t" "' West Florida contemporary warns I the State, unless particular protectionis \ dda except Ontario.-St AugustineRecord. the office- of Clerk of the Circut Court of If ell tied I promise to discharge Primary Uw
given to such stock. I Bradfordi County, and solicit your support at duties of the office impartially and to haw
There are twenty-three baldheaded its readers against worrying, as it is I the primary e'ection! to be held on the 6th day the interest ,.f all\ the people always at beat.
t ; editors in Florida, to say nothing off a End habit. Worrying hurts the digestion From this life history of the insectit I PLEASE BE PROMPT.The of June 1916. I am encouraged to enter this R. J. ANDREWS
is that interruption of its the flattering vote received by me at
seen an
have strain the race
sixteen red headed ones. Twenty puts a greater on
I withdrew I
which time announce myself
the last election at a candidate
I black hair on their beans and eleven heart, prevents sleep, ets. All this is cycle of development must be fatalto Telegraph's subscribers are respectfully from the second primary in order to preserve County Commissioner in and for District Ko.for
are blondes. The above was swiped true, and the chronic worrier in courseof it. If it cannot find lodgement on asked to be prompt in making harmony in the party as well as the proffered 2 I Lake Butler and Worthingtonand respectfully .
of friends who were otherwise obligated solicit the support of the
an animal eventually starves to death. their remittances. Everythingthat support voters at
from Pat Murphy's Political Guide.- time becomes a physical and mental during that campaign. Those having the democratic primary election to be held
I Macclenny Standard. Editors never '' wreck, unless he shuffles off this An infected animal will infect a clean goes into the making of a news- business: with the office will if I am elected June 6th. I promise if elected to give care oa

become gray-haired, of course. 'I' mortal coil through suicide. Change pasture. An infected pasture left paper is advancing in price and must be tion.given The courteous records under attention my and personal considera care the ful and office.contentious attention C. A. to ROBERTS.the duties of
long enough without grazing cattleon be paid for promptly. Therefore, we
i of environs, attending shows, adopting and supervision shall ever be open to inspection :' '
1! A couple of years ago a certain a hobby, are good remedies, but it, will eventually clear itself from need prompt remittances from our pa- by the public. Respectfully FOR COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NoTTT"
I board of trade "ordered" that no more the best is for the worrier to analyze the insect. trons. And again, our subscription accounts H C. re-election I !hereby announce..; the office myself of County a candidate Comma for

1 picture post cards representing snakes the subjects that prey upon his mind, But the dipping vat is the real solution are grouped by months. If hereby announce myself a candidate for sioner for iiitrict i No. 4 IStarkel. While

i I and i lligators be kept for sale in that and he will generally find that theyare of the problem. The grown female subscribers whose time expires in Jan- re-election to the office of Clerk of the of Democratic the Circuit the duties of the office were new to me I
the action
subject to have tried the best
Court. !o serve interests
city, as such pictures had a tendency not worth the worry. Some wor- and the seed ticks' may be killed uary do not remit during that monthwe party at the primary election to be held June district and the county at large. With of the my

to frighten away tourists and pros- riers resort to an occasional spree, by a solution in which the principal have all those accounts to handle 6th 1916. Pledging to the people of Bradford experience I rave had I feel that I can give
The other rattlesnakebit arsenic and This entails lot of county courteous prompt and careful attention better service in the future and if reelected
day -
pectors. a ingredients are washing over again. a unnecessary
which relieves their minds while the to the business of the office I respectfully solicit I shall certainly always strive to do what
I it
a Zolfo Springs man, causing the intoxication lasts, but when they recover -, soda. It is necessary only that the work and consumed time their support. best for all :concerned. On this basis I K.

f. i man's death. A party of citizens hunt- their troubles, real or imagi- application shall be thorough, the solution that our office force should employ at W. T. WEEKS._ licit the vote;; of the democrats J. of the district

ed the snake up, killed it and broughtit nary, stare at them with a sterner saturating every part of the ani- something else. FOR REPRESENTATIVE-GROUP ONE. ---- L. UNDERHILL. .
to town. The dead reptile was pho- visage than before. mals hide, and that the immersion of Those of our subscribers who take To the Democratic Electors of Bradford County j! -Fo-i COMMISSIONER DISTRICT Xo7T

tographed, the picture to be printedon But a little occasional worry is a the infected animal shall be at leastas city papers have to pay for them ,hereby Florida announce:- myself a candidate in. I II County I hereby Commissioner Announce myself nf District a candidate No. for

post cards, which, according to the benefit rather than a detriment. As often as the incubation period of promptly in advance. Why not treat CROUP ONE for re-pomination for the officeof (Brooker and! Hampton I. I respectfully solicit{
Zolfo Springs Truth, "will doubtless the tick itself-twenty-one days, and your home paper as well? Representative of Bradford County Florida, the support ;rot the voters at the democratic
the tides keep the sea water from subject to the action of the democratic pri- ;: primary to U., held June
on 6th. and
have a ready sale." Which shows that stagnating, and the winds keep the the immersion in the solution shall be When you receive notice that your mary to be held in June. 1916. ,'I if elected to|do my duty as such ommissioner promise.
we are becoming wiser and more prac continued until the work is done. It subscription has expired please send I respectfully solicit the support of all democratic A. B. SURRENCY.I .
air is little if nominated and .
pure, so a worry necessaryat I electors and promise .. .
tical. times for keeping the mind in a has been demonstrated that a dippingvat in the renewal remittance by early elected to faithfully discharge the duties of I I FOR SHERIFF. --
of concrete be constructed for mail in do not want the the office. JOE HILL WILLIAMS. j ji
vigorous and healthy state, even if it can or case you I I I hereby announce myself a candidate for
It has been suggested to the Telegraph address ': re-election it the office of Sheriff of
one hundred dollars and that sufficient paper continued to your dropus candidate In ; Bradford
temporarily interferes with the diges- hereby announce myself a
that of county. I tfave during
we advise those our solution to dip one hundred head of a postal card notice to that effect. Group One for representative in the State I to my encumbeney endeavored -
readers who own land here to set out tion. It strengthens the mind to enableit subject to the action of the voters I I jftithfully discharge my duties u
when cattle can be prepared for seven or Of course, we hope to receive very Legislature sheriff tnd 7u>pe that my work has met the
troubles held
real be
bear they
camphor trees along the fences and to in the democratic primary eleition to i i approval of the public to the
extent that
eight dollars. Eighty or more such few postal cards of this kind, for we June 6th. I promise if elected to give care- j I can
come, instead of collapsing. A person en hope for a rood support at the
at other places where they will not be of the office and to ![II coming primary -
is vats have been built in the State so far want everyone to take the Telegraph. ful attention to the I If reflected I promise as good
at times serviet
who is to
subject best
in the As the at utmost endeavors to act for
soon as use my
way. and the good work is progressing.A as hitherto raid wail endeavor to do better yet
Waller become large enough to yield one who appreciates matters of importance firm grip on this problem and its LEACHED ASHES AND SOCALLED interests of all concerned.D. F. McDO ALD. wherefore I respectfully! solicit your support
to him and he has the reinsof S. B. DENMARK.
leaves for for the -- -
camphor apparatus -
practical solving will be worth several -- I
the extraction of the gum will, naturally life well in hand. Such a personis It FOR REPRESENTATIVE-CROUP TWO.I t FOR SENATOR.I .
million dollars to Florida.
a year hereby announce myself a candidate in
conscientious and reliable.On .
be established there and there generally hereby Announce mself a candidate for
will from to three cents GROUP TWO for nomination for the office of
add two
a State Senator from the
for the other hand, a person who never The 'State of Florida is flooded at in the Legislature from Brad- Fifteenth Senatorial
will then be a good market camphor Representative District (Bradford
'. pound for beef in the Northern market county), subject to the will
worries is nonentity without with leached ashes from ford county. subject to the action of the Democratic -
leaves and crude camphor. Thereare a appreciation present var- of the denvicratic voters as expressed at the
and it will the discount of five election to be held on June
I reasons for believing that of his duties,* and therefore un remove ious states and from Canada, sold 6th 1916.primary I respectfully solicit the support of primary election to be held on June 6th. Irespectfully
to cent hides in effect elicit the
fifty per on now support of the voters
will reliable. The even tenor of his life without guarantee by irresponsible all voters at said Democratic primary and lit said
more large camphor plantations pri-iiary and
that it will the investment promise my faithful attention
More than invite -
of if I
faithful discharge
be established in this section, and an causes his mind to stagnate and he of hundreds of millions of parties. Such ashes are not subjectto am promise honored a with nomination and my election. I to the duties of the office if I am elected -

acre or so of nursery trees will then becomes forgetful, narrow-minded and free analysis by the state labora- A. S. CREWS. -- .- A. D. ANDREWS._.
dollars in Florida to develop the ----
stupid.If tory. They seldom contain more than FOR MEMBf{ SCHOOL BOARD NoTl
be of considerable value, as the young 1 State into the beef FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT DlST.
greatest producing
a long life is really desirable, the 2 cent frequently I hereby announce myself a candidate for
.. trees will be eagerly bought for plant per I respectfully announce myself a candidate election
section in the United States and a: Member of the School Board
:., ing the new orchards. The trees I man who worries at times will live a per- less than 1 per cent. for the office of Superintendent of Schools of District No. t. subject to the action of the for
in the world.WORRYING .
haps Bradford county and solicit your support in
and healthy life than he Florida should consider the democratic election
longer to be
grow from berries and no grafting is' more growers thf primary election to be held on the 6th of June 6th. I held on
necessary. who does not worry. It takes longer fact that the demand for potash is June. 1916. pledging myself, if elected to the voters at respectfully said primary solicit election.the support of

tr- for a machine to be worn out from IS UNHEALTHY. acute not only in Florida, but throughout faithfully discharge my duties.O. L. MIZELL.I 'I CHESLEY FOGG.

That "watchful waiting" is still the wear than it takes to destroy it by let- the nation, and that there is a I ---- '-
policy of the government was well illustrated ting it rust away. Worry has come to be a Nemesis of great demand for unleached ashes at hereby announce myself a candidate for To the eitinn* of Bradford County:-

by the president's last note -S modern life. It is certainly Unhealthy prices remunerative locally. That it the Instruction office of subject County to Superintendent the action of of the Public dem ]I|I elation I express for the ay sincere gratitude and appre-

to Great Britain against the interference CATTLE TICK. so the doctors tell us, and it is knownto is not probable that unleached ashes ocratic primary election to be held on June I I me in the r:1Ib: !.very and kind solicit consideration your cordial liven

with American mail to and from injure the body. If the medical men will be shipped into Florida from oth- 6th, 1916. I respectfully solicit the support I port in the forthcoming democratic primary sap.

neutral countries, the letters opened Florida's losses by neglect appro\- are correct, many of the most depress- er states where the demand is equally of the voters at said primary.F.. A. SCOTT. I i I election Taxes. for Shpjild the I office again of be County elected Assessor willal.a5 of

t including consular reports. The note imate the aggregate of gains by in- ing of our physical ailments are due as acute as it is in Florida.It ,- find 'me on the job. ready to you give the
that this to alone. is the of all sheriffs I hereby announce myself a candidate for best sen ice I,! which I am capable.
complains treatment is "vex- dustry. A bold statement-but listen: wory duty to attach the office of County Superintendent of Pub- : Very truly
atiously inquisitorial." This phrase is All who know Florida appreciate the The pulse of a worried man is irregular and sell at public sale all pack- lie Instruction subject to the action of the N. D. WAINWRIGHT. .ti

a new one on the Britishers, and fact that its natural resources have ; it beats intermittently and its ages of ashes or other commercial fertilizer democratic primary on June 6th 1916. Pledging ---> ---
to the people prompt courteous and care FOR REcTsTRATION.
when analyzed it is mild force varies greatly. He sighs frequently offered for sale in Florida that SUPERVISOR OF
though, as just been scratched on the surface;, ful dispatch of their business if elected. I I am a candidate for re-election to the office
as mother's milk, the receivers naturally and they anticipate that in the yearsto ; his respiration is repressed; do not bear the guarantee of a relia- respectfully solicit the support of the votersat of supervised of registration and will thank
consider it suspicious and they and brains and he is likely to be pale; and I his extremities ble registered dealer, and the inspec- said primary. E. R. POPPELL.I the voters *t the coming primary for their
come, more men cap- support I have given careful attention to
cannot be expected to reply before ital will make it industrially and agriculturally are cold. There is but one tion stamp on each package. hereby announce myself for reelection to duties of this office in the past and will eoa-th*

they can comprehend the degree of one of the richest sectionsper meaning to this, through the marvelous So-Called "Ball Potash"We the Bradford office of County county Superintendent and respectfully of Schoolsof solicit term.tinue to do* so if I am elected for anotber

culpability expressed by the two words acre, in the world. Less than ten influence which mind exercises up- have received numerous letters your votes in the June primary. If elected. I : C. A. KNIGHT.

and they may feel justified in askingfor per cent of its acreage is under culti- on matter, the worry has gripped the asking if the ordinary "ball-potash," will growth endeavor of our to schools hold and in results increase and the benefitsto great LOST.
further explanation. In the mean- heart, the circulation is impaired, and "canned potash" "concentrated
or lye"could
vation, and methods more or less imperfect the children of the county. January 18th, one white male
time the British will continue to open reduce its productivity to six chronic heart disease is to be feared not be used as a substitute for F. G. SCHELL. black ears, left side of paw black.setter 18

our mail and profit by reading our unless the worry ceases. potash in fertilizers.
or seven per cent of the possibility.The FOR TAi COLLECTOR.I months old, medium size. Reward to
consular reports. In the dealings with cattle raising industry-raising The stomach is likely to suffer also. This material is not potash; has no hereby announce myself a candidate for finder. Lr. J. P. Tomlinson, Starke,

Mexico and England, at least, our gov beef for the world's marketsisone The same worry which disturbs the potash in it. whatever. It is simply Bradford re-election for the office of Tax Collector for Fla. :
county subject to the action of the
ernment makes haste slowly. of the greatest opportunities in heart's functions often play havoc with caustic soda which, on account of its Democratic; primary of June 6. 1916, and promise

s the State, and as Florida's Board of digestion. Recent observations demon- cheapness, has entirely replaced caus- if elected to give the office my time and Dr. Pdt's Pine Tar Honey
t. BARBAROUS ELECTROCUTION strate that when one is in extreme anx- tic potash (Potassium Hydrate) in the the people my servcie. Respectfully For cold
Health is an official adviser of Florida's B. M. DOWLING.FOR ycflr for your cough, for
cattlemen regarding diseases of cattlea iety there are relaxation and decreased manufacture of soap.It your feverish throat, nose and head,
( discussion of the is in motility throughout the entihe alimentary has no fertilizing value whatever. COUNTY JUDGE Dr. Pine
A few days ago two negro criminalswere subject placein I hereby announce myself as a candidate use King's Tar Honey. Honey
electrocuted at the N. the press service.An tract. The appetite fails, and There is no substitute for potash in for re-election to the office of County Judgeof soothes the irritation, pine tar cuts
should the anxiety continue, the subject fertilizers. Careful culture Bradford county subject to the action of the
conference of the deep
important cat- phlegm thus
C.) penitentiary. A few) minutes after the Democratic primary June 6th. 1916. and relieving congestion.
,.I the death of the' last the warden tle raisers of Florida, with the packersand is almost certain to become a con- plowing, rotation of crops, the plant promise if elected to give the same daily attention Pine tar also acts as an antiseptic, as

of the prison, who had witnessed the capitalists of the North, is to be firmed dyspeptic.The ing of legumes, the use of phosphatesand to the the duties of the office in the future a result gtneral relief follows. Breath-
as In
electrocutions fell down and died "from held at Tampa in February under the effect of worry upon the internal ammoniates, with a liberal appli- past.GEO.. A. GARDINER. ing becomes easier and further inflam-
invitation of the Southern glands has not been fully studied; cation of ground limestone to aid in
the terrible strain." A warden Settlementand mation i? arrested. Insist on Dr.Ben's .
prison The enough is known, however, to assure I releasing, thus making available the I hereby: announce myself\ a candidate for :
Organization. Pine Tar
the Honey. It is ideal
should be more unsentimental and cal- office of County Judge and respectfully an
is to interested North- physicians that it effects the secre- insoluble potash in the soil, is the best the solicit
lous than the common run of men, and object acquaint I support of the voters at the democratic treatment. Price 25c. (3)
tions of these
erners with actual conditions here that glands very seriously practical method of securing the nec- _._. .
scenes that could so impress _.___--- -
a man through the ------- n .. ______
sympathetic nerves. essary potash, until the German
i must have been horrible inthe ex- favor the development of the industry.The potash
Insomnia, a most fruitful source of salts be obtained
: treme. program will include a discussion can or some other
of the cattle tick and tick fever and physical ills, is a certain consequenceof source of potash be developed.
Many when the
the state years-Delaware ago, were stamped peopleof the possibility of ridding the State of worry and diabetes is often due to There is no doubt that potash has

as barbarians for reinstating the this expensive pest. the same cause. been extravagantly used during recent -

old whipping post, the people of New Can it be done? Yes. If all the Taken altogether, worry is a very years. It has been practically demonstrated -

York state held cattle raisers in the State would unitein serious thing and a grave menance toone's that equally as fine crops
were up as enlightened
humanitarians for substituting electrocution a concerted, consistent, intelligenteffort health.-Chipley Banner. have been produced with a 3 per cent

for hanging. But practice the tick could be banished from potash as were formerly grown witha
the State within Tennesseetook FLORIDA'S NEWSPAPER IN 10 per cent formula.
one year.
I has shown that electroution, instead of r I 1 -
being swift and sure and painless, is nine years to free itself. Two DUSTRY.The Florida truckers have doubtless been

slow and uncertain and perhaps agon- Florida counties have done it duringthe extravagant in the use of potash, and

izing to the last degree, and thus much past summer. Compared with the last five years have seen a most other high grade commercial fertiIiI -

more barbarous than hanging. How results the costs were small, and when remarkable increase in the amount invested I zers. Equally as good results could

many times the electrician in the Ra- you know how, when you know the life in newspaper enterprises in and doubtless will be obtained by the

leigh chamber of horrors had to story of the tick, it is a simple prob- Florida. Not only has much money use of composts, the growth of legumes -

I throw the fatal swith, is not know, lem.Three been spent in erecting and establishing rotations, and the intelligentrpplication _

f but it may have been a dozen times great sections of the world : new plants but there has also of ammoniates, phosphatesand Firstbankof fPwYork197
I have to contend with the tick Australia been remarkable ground limestone, to aid in
1 {\ for each culprit. Still there are those f a improvement of existing re-
1 I who advocate electrocution for Florida South Africa and the United plants. There are few states lerMr.jr the latent potash naturally in

"i ,I criminals. The next time the legisla- States. The Austrtlian variety is also with Florida's 'population that can the so"R.. E. ROSE,

ture has the matter of capital punish active in South America, Cuba and boast of so many fine presses and State Chemist.

ment brought up, let it abolish it al- Porto Rico. The United States har- typesetting machines, all installed for ORDER OF PUBLICATION. CL From the handling cf a few hundred .

together. bors eight varieties, but only one of the purpose of promoting efficiencyand IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF thousand dollars each year
these produces the fever and that THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
: one adding to the value and attrac- -
J! WAR'S INFLUENCE ON PRINTING.This is found only,in the South. tiveness of the publications. Sized up FOR OF BRADFORD FLORIDA IN COUNTY AND at the time of the inauguration of

The body of the full grown femaleis alongside weekly and daily publica- Comer L. Peek FLORIDA and Chas. IN CHANCERY A our government to the position of

oblong-oval in the shape, sometimes tions from other parts of the country Smith Complainants, I practically the
issue of the Telegraph is the half an inch in length. When fully Florida easily takes the palm. As for versus i money metropolisof

first to be printed on paper of the "natural" grown and gorged with the blood of the members of the Fourth Estate, it Bradford Company County a Corporation Development, I I I the world is the financial historyof

color, and this color will prevail the cow it drops to the ground, findsa has been said by members outside of Order of Publication New York City.

for an indefinite length of time to place more or less protected from Florida that the Florida product is tion This of cause complainants coming on to heard upon mo-

I come. It is another example of how the weather and proceeds to lay a few not half bad. Scores of brilliant and against the above for named an order defendant of publication and- CLNo one of the great banhs of our
the in affects Ameri- hundreds it appearing unto the
war Europe us to five thousand eggs. According successful men and women in the is court that said defendant
pro- a domestic
cans and of the important part Ger- to the season of the year these fession might be named. They will all ida : that there corporation is no person IIf the within State the of Flor- national metropolis gives more .'

many plays in the industrial world. eggs hatch in a few summer days or be at Kissimmee at the next meetingof of whom Florida would the service of a subpoena State upon careful attention to thb correct
The difference between the white paper twice as many in winter, into little the Florida Press association where ficei'll of said corporation said defendant ; that the of- ,
principles of
f hitherto used and the paper publishers six-legged seed ticks, each about one- the incredulous and doubting outsiderwill State of Florida and have are been absent for from a period the banking than we do. 1

now must content themselveswith fiftieth of an inch long. Each at have an opportunity to size of suit six; months prior to the filing of the above

is a little blue coloring matter once climbs to a place of vantage on the celebrities and draw their own up It is therefore ordered considered. adjudged QA savings account at this banK

which was imported from Germany, a blade of grass or other vegetationand conclusion. The most recent information Development and decreed Company that laid Bradford County means an earning capacity for -
and which is now becoming so scarce waits another to about action brought appear and defend the
cow come along.It Florida's newspapers is against u for the foreclouare your money-no matter how smallthe
till it. can only be used for expensive has nothing to eat until it can attach given in the 1915 newspaper annualof of B HZSeln.WOI2flwl upon land situate in

t papers. Blue, red and several otHer itself to the animal, and then it gets N. W. Ayer and Son. It contains and Chu. A. Smith, Florida in the Circuit Comer Court L. Peek amount-and an absolute as-
coloring stuffs are now becoming so busy sucking the blood of its host, reducing some interesting statistics of Florida the Eighth Judicial Circuit of surance of its safety.

f; scarce that printers' ink of these col- the vitality of the animal. How- newspaperdom, as follows: in CtaniV for Bradford CoUMyFlorid", of

ors have become too costly to be used ever the tick can last a long time Number of towns in which news 'IAW Itis further ordered that this order be pub- 41 Get the saving habit II means .
for any but fine work. Even the rol- without food and if it cannot "catch a papers are published, 115. in the once Bradford a week for the space of two monthl a

lers used by printers for inking the ride" on a beef animal, and sometimeson Number of towns which are county rarer of general circulation County Telegraph published. in a Starke n .._ relief from many of lifa's worries. ,j

type are much higher priced than for. i a horse or mule, .it may live from seats, 49.Number. Bradford noNE County AND 17orida. ,;

merly, because of the high cost of glycerine three to six months without, starving of dailils, 31. Gain."iI1. Florida ORDERED, this 23rd at day Chambers of Deeem-in fl.Start a banK account with us today. P'. r

which is one of the ingredients. to death. Once safely landed on the Number of se -Week1ies, 4. her.12-3 (t: D Ul5. 1. T. WILLS;

While the price of paper is much higher : hide of the animal, it begins its growth Number of Weeklies, 158. J.;altha Judge.

than formerly, it will become steeper : and starts the cycle of. another gener Numbef of fortnightlies, 2. You can eet very low prices in mil. flf

still, because Sweden, the greatest' ation. It causes injury to the cow by Number of semi-monthlies 1. linery for tile T next 30 days at Lane's.

producer of wood pulp in the world, sucking its blood, destroying the red Number of NieLkl. s-."-'10.T.: ..,. s.-. t &*d the Teleertph-f 1.W: )I yetr.I'

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Names of Those Who Paid Subscrip. announcing my candidacy for rep-

Bits of LocalInformation tion During January. resentative two years ago, 1, at that with good oil liniment. That's I

$1wL I time, made a frank statement of the Wednesday, Jan. 26th, Mrs. the surest way to stop them. t 1

principles for which I stood before Waldrup, demonstrator for the Girls' [The best nabbing liniment isj
W. 0. .Silcox, Mrs. W. D. Carlton, requesting the people to vote for me. canning clubs, was at Boatdrain school I I

j. A. J. Thomas, E. Moore, D. G. Kelley, In that statement I advocated the and while there she instructed the girls

-- -s Mrs. H. F. Phillips, W. B. Brannen, T. repeal, or amendment, of the Primary and ladies present in the making of MUSTANGLINIMENT
C.s..1 OmrN. 7'H.r..II"N.. ... B. Sherley, Mrs. W. H. Pinholster, J. law-in order that registration every jellies, preserves end other good thingsto
PNI..... Ire aN C..." eM r.... B. Dowling Lem Wm. Cone J.
." Sapp, two years would not be necessary.Thelaw eat. She not only gave them ver-
'H. Ritch, C. H. Campbell, 0. W. was so amended that it is not now bal instruction, but made jelly :n ihc

Maines, Miss Agnes Wilkinson, C. B. necessary for the citizens of this coun- school building.Her I I IGoot

-I Anderson L. C. Prescott, J. A. Pride, ty register every two years.I instructions to the girls as to \
Sternberg wa sin Jacksonville Henry Ward, of Graham, was a business Silas Kite, Mrs. A. F. Brockmeyer, R. advocated the repeal of the Game I the preparation of the seed bed and

Tuesday.Rev. i visitor to Starke Tuesday. I A. Newsom, Mrs. Jane M. Knight D.' Law, and the abolition of the office of II the planting of seed and setting toma- !/et the Ailments of !!

C. Jones, M. A. Dukes, W. S. Dukes, Game Commissioner. The law was repealed toes would have been a good lesson to 't
B. T. Rape, of Waldo in J. A. Hazen of Brooker. trans E. Horses, Mules, Cattle Etc.
was was L. Ware, W. T. Dryden, G. W. Britt, the office of Game Commis- numbers of our farmers. ,
Starke Tuesday. acting business in Starke Tuesday.Mrs. W. K. White M. Leviton W. E. To- The j
sioner was abolished and a new law girls were also informed as to QdfurourownA che3, i I
rode, J. D. Baxter, Richard Glenn, B.M. was enacted, which provides that the needed supplies for the taking up of Pains Rheumatism .:
. J. S. Starling, of Lawtey, was in W. G. Chapman, of Newberry, Sprains,
Dowling, James Green, J. J. Sil money once paid to the Game Commissioner needlework and this will be begun at CutzBurnsEte. ,1:
Starke Wednesday.Mrs. returned to her home Wednesday. cox, J. J. Morgan, S. B. Woodard, E. shall now go directly into the her next visit to the school which we

B. Bielling, R. R. Prevatt, Mrs. R. E. school funds of the several counties. hope will be soon. Mrs. Waldrup has 2Sc. SOc. $1. At all Dealer. : :

A. Z. Adkins spent Wednesday 0. F. Ritch, one of the well known Gahagan G. C. Driggers, Rev. A. J. The new law also provides that all 'he interest of the girls and mothersat ._- --- I

in La1eyith relatives.J. citziens of the Palestine section was Collins, Handy Brimer, B. :M.: Leverett, may at any time kill birds heart, as is shown by the earnest, lit
business in Starke Wed- persons + + + + + 44 + + + + + + + + + 1 'I
A. L. Alvarez, L. V. Moore, 3!. L. En- that are injuring their crops, which, businesslike way in which she goes at
E. .Wainright, of Heilbronn, nesday. I nis, James B. Nettles, George Prescott under the old law, was not allowed.I her work. 4. +

was in town Wednesday. I Frank Lane, J. N. Norman, D. advocated the repeal of the Road I The interest she has aroused with '[CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 'IIi'IIiof

. i Miss Emma Darby left Saturdaywith D. Weeks, J. D. Sasser, Mrs. C. A. Law which required all able bodied 1 the girls and mothers of the commun-
C. A. Smith, of Sampson, was- a her uncle, Mr. Chas. Darby, of I| Mills E. A. Burnsed, J. G. Ritch, Jos. male citizens between the ages of 21 i ity will have a far-reaching and lasting + + + + + ''* + + + + + + + + + .. t i
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visitor to Starke Monday. .Madison, for a ten-day trip to New E. Wilson, D. J. Byrd, :M.: G. Griffis, and 45 years to work the road six effect. This community certainlywill Lostand,:: Found f' :

York. Henry Varr.es, W. F. Edwards. A. of three dollars. co-operate with Mrs. Waldrup in
Frank Adams of days, or pay a LOST-Or.p K. & S ratchet wrench. !
Hampton, was a Warren, Mrs. Delia G. the work she is for the
A. doing
visitor to Starke Taylor, Ep The law was so amended that all per- great Reward for 'return to Harold S. :
Thursday.Miss Mrs. 0. L. Stuck received I
a message G. W. of Bradford .
person Burney, B. C. Scarborough sons who pay taxes on One Hundred girls county.A. Brown. 1-21-tf.
announcing the sudden death of her H. G. Rembert --.- :_ I
Dr. B. T. Fort- Dollars worth of property are now I
:: Emma Darby left last Satur- husband. Mrs. Stuck left Monday afternoon ner, A. A. Johns, J. S. Thomas, E. L. V. Long, Esq., has had a thrifty For Said-; and Exchange 00- i :
day for a trip to New York.J. for Columbia, S. C., to at- Crosby, P. C. Jorgensen. S. M. exempt. sycamore tree planted in front of his I
Drig I advocated the abolition of the Tax Choice '
I residence FOR SALE( yell rooted rose
tend the funeral. corner Walnut and Jackson
L. R. Gainey 0. T. Nelson Hill '
gers Commission and supported a bill for 10. each. T. P. Wall "Rosmen"
E. Futch, Esq., was in Jacksonville streets. cuttings, :- f.:
Adams, John W. Lewis, W. A. Crosby, the bill died the
that but on
purpose, Fla. 1-21-3t.
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on legal business Thursday.P. Invitations have been sent out to a I'
Dr. 0. L. Haynes Lucian .
Wainn'sht, under rule '
calendar a requiring unan- MRS. FERNANDEZ ENTERTAINS. --
dollar social to be given by the ladies
iF. M. Witt. imous consent to take it out of its FOR SALE-*;000 green cane seed, 1
B. Hunt the up
Hampton tie man, of the Methodist Missionary Society, cent per st.i3k. G. W. S. Ware, t.
had business in Starke Tuesday.Mr. Tuesday evening, February 8th at the Second hand furniture bought, sold regular order.In Last week the ladies of the Presbyterian Worthingtorj: Fla. 1-14-4t. ,
home of Mr. and Mrs. Comer L. Peek. and exchanged. at the Variety Store. addition to the above, I made the church gave a novel and most ; t
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P. 0. Carpenter, of Newton, N. WITH TilE CANDIDATES. floor fight against the bill of the relightful social affair.. at the beauti- FOR SALE J-ied corn from an eighty: I

C., is in town visiting relatives.J. Florida Schoolroom contains the following Southern Express Company, which ful home of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Fer- bushel yield,*, 75c per peck or $2.50 t '
complimentary notice about one provided for the reduction of the license nandez. per bushel. .' The Earleton Farm, -j

J. Chaplin left Monday for a stayof of our Starke boys: "Plant City madeno The Telegraph's political announce- on express companies, and assisted The object of this entertainment was _Earleton_,_Fl..}'. 1-14-4t. Ii I

some duration at Jacksonville. mistake in securing Prof. HenryE ment column contains the cards of several in securing its defeat.I to promote the social life of those belonging FOR SALE A new Ford touring car i

.Freeman for the science depart- new candidates today, as follows: assisted in securing for Bradford to the Presbyterian church. for sale at less than cost. Will I

Dr. and Mrs. Maines, of Lake But. ment." Tax Assessor, N. D. Wainwright. county a law prohibiting carrying intoxicating The affair was called a "sit-around" take a good Ahorse or mule as part i :

ler, spent Tuesday afternoon in town., County Judge, T. J. Dekle. liquor to churches, picnics, because the guests were invited to -pay._ N. D. }Vainwrig-ht. 1-28-tf., I,
Miss Neva Turner is the Starke Supervisor of Registration, C. A. and other pubic gatherings; or the come in the morning and spend the --- i ir
FOR SALEneat extra
Mrs. Kate Powell, of Jacksonville, nominee in the $10,000 contest just Knight. drinking of the same within a certain day. Those whose time was limited \
house and bitf-n on place. Plenty of
is the guest of Mrs. J. W. Andrews launched by the Metropolis. Miss Commissioner, Lake Butler district, distance of such gatherings.I came and enjoyed the bountiful dinner room for a rden. Nice location. A 'I
do not desire to create the impres- g
Sr. Turner is a very attractive young lady C. A. Roberts. and listened to the after-dinner I
bargain. Hoover Bros. Starke, Fla.
the above results
sion that I secured
and her friends here will be glad to Commissioner, Brooker Hampton speeches, while others really spent the _
Dr. and Mrs. Seeber King, of Lake support her. district, A. B. Surrency. without assistance, as it is not possiblefor I day. The time was pleasantly passed WILL EXCHANGE $30,000.00 co-

Butler, were visiting in Starke Mon. Member school board, district No. 3, one man to control the legislature, I with social conversation and listeningto lonial home at Jacksonville, Fla. II

day. Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Maines, of Lake Chesley Fogg. but I do desire to assure the people charming music by Mrs. Livingstonand Will exchange equity for strawberryfarm.

Butler, were visitors to Starke Tues- The Telegraph has authentic infor- that I faithfully tried to carry out my Mrs. Fernandez.For For :;>articulars, address P. :

Messrs. A. A., G. W. and E. M. Ha- day, the doctor having come over to mation that W. J. Epperson ,of Lake campaign pledges; and to give an account the dinner each lady was requested 0. Box Jacksonville, Fla. _-_-_t_ !

zen, of Brooker, were in Starke Tues. attend the medical meeting in session Butler, will be a candidate for sheriff. of my stewardship.Two to bring some dish that commenced irj> __ I
day. here. While here they were the guestsof His formal announcement will appearin years ago I came to you with- with the same letter as her FOR SALE ttve acres of land, six I

Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight.We the Telegraph next week. out ",,experience and could give you name-. this! caused much merrimentand room dwelli, in good repair, barn t'J

Miss Louiebelle Brown, of Ltwtey,I There are many rumors of new and pothing but promises; I come this guessing as to who brought certain and outhous, grape vines and fruit } I

is the week end guest of :Mrs.; A. Z. note from the Clearwater Sun unexpected developments in the politi_ time feeling that I have kept the faith articles. The dinner was servedon trees, all in ?ity limits of Starke, for t'J

Adkins. that the Sponge Exchange Bank, of cal field and the next few days may and that my promises have been ful the spacious screened porch, and sale on tern or cash. D. E. Knight f 1
!i. Tarpon Springs, has elected R. W. Pin- find a number of new candidates in the filled. I fairly present to you a state- the menu was a triumph of the culinary Starke, Fla 121tf. I
Roger Welils, of Jacksonville, was holster as cashier. Mr. Pinholster is contest for the different offices or the ment of what I promised and a state- art. It consisted of roast beef, j

renewing acquaintances in Starke I an old Bradford county boy. The Sun rumors may prove to be unfounded. At ment of what I assisted in securing !I roast pork, chicken pie, chicken pilau, STRAWBERRY PLANTS grownin I

Tuesday. also states that L. C. Ray was re- any rate. it is already assured that for you. Now if you appreciate fair-I bread and butter, Boston baked beans Illinois,' should be orderednow.

elected cashier of the Bank! of Dunedin, none of the offices will go begging for ness and conscientious service, and desire and brown bread, creamed potatoes, Plate orders with
Miss Ruth Wainwright has returned that I serve you another term as your
and that the shareholders were highly .an occupant. lettuce, potato salad, jelly, pickles, tapioca -
home, after a delightful visit in Jack- pleased with the reports of the bank's your.representative, I respectfully re- pudding, lemon pie, apple pie, me. F. Ll Turner, Fireproof

sonville. business for the past year. Mr. Ray I Those who. wish to see bow vege- (1te st that you vote for me in Group mince ,pie,' cheese, nut cake, lemon Garage, Starke 24tf.

was formerly cashier of the Bank of tables grow here this time of the year One: Respectfully, layer cake, chocolate and coffee. .
Miss Ruth Patterson, of Lake But- Starke. should look at the garden east of and 1 JOE HILL WILLIAMS. After dinner toasts and speecheswere SEED PEA tTS FOR SALE-I am

ler, was the week-end guest of Mrs.J. belonging to the Commercial hotel. in order. Mr. Denison, presidingas offering fnri; immediate acceptanceand

C. Robinson.Mrs. CIVIC CLUB MEETING.The toastmaster, called first on :Miss cash wi'h the order N. C. Flat
Something new-A han 30me panel Amelia Ray for "An outsider's opinionof Vine Peanufs at Eighty-five cents

M. Leviton and little daughter, regular monthly meeting of the portrait, absolutely the latest thing. At the ChurchesCHRISTIAN. I the Presbyterian church." Miss Ray per o. b.bushel Lowell of,'Fla.twenty-five H. T. Hall pounds, Low-f.
Rose Just what have been
are visiting relatives and friendsat you wanting. It responded in a few complimentarywords eU, Fla. 1-14-tf.
Naylor, Ga. School and Civic Club will be held in will please you in quality and price. regarding the church, the pas- I ;

the council room, Wednesday, Febru- The Hoover Bros Studio. tor and his wife. The Mistress of the FOR SALE-TJie Grand farm at High-

W. A. Jones, a well known citizenof ary 9th, r.t three o'clock. All mem- Manse, :Mrs.; Denison, was next called land. Consist of 20 acres, nearly
bers and all interested in this very DEATH OF MRS. E. GNANN. all : 3-acre vineyard bear-
Theressa, called at the Telegraphoffice You are invited to attend the preaching upon to give "A look into the future, improve; ;
Wednesday. important work are urged to attend. ing fruit ; 8 buildings; a grist
services at the Christian church which she did in a prophetic manner nrli
Come, the club needs your co-opera ) mill with plasoline! outfit. A full
Mrs. E. Gnann passed away at her next Sunday, at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. that was quite impressive-seeing in
0. L. Mizell, of Worthington, can tion. home in Starke at 9:30 p. m., January29th the dim distance a magnificent church set of fanning implements will be

didate for county superintendent, was DEATH OF COL 0. L. STUCK.Th 1916. W.C.T.U. building, also a large congregationwho included with the place or sold separately
in at fc bargain by W. F.
town Saturday. She was the daughter of Mr. and attended every service; and in the
The W. C. T. U. will meet at the Grand, Highland, Fla. 12-31-4t.
future manse for the comfort -
Mrs. Geo. W. Hinson, of Clay county. near a cozy ,
'I. Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., spent a sad news has reached here of the Born 1869; age 47 years, 8 months and Methodist church Monday, February7th and joy of the minister and his FOR EXCHANGE-Would- exchangemy --

few days last week in Alachua with death of Col. 0. L. Stuck, which occurred 9 days. at 3 o'clock.ST. family. Dr. Campbell gave a thoughtful home in >acksonville. House has ,
Mrs. Anna Petit. Sunday night in New York, the
and interesting talk on subject
She leaves a devoted husband and 8 rooms, smAU garage, laundry room :
where he was completing a law course. eight children to mdurn her loss, also MARK'S. of church work, comparing some pe< and shade tees, faces south, lot 50 f
Mr. L W. Kickliter has returned Mrs. Stuck left immediately for South babies and others to full
to grown '
three share the pIe
step-children to grief. Next Sunday-Evening service at x40, paved;jstreet and car line, cen-
the to
from an extended trip to Stuart and Carolina to accompany body Livingston
Mr. George gavea
All her children were present at the persons. ter of Riverside, for a good farm
other points on the East Coast. Peak, S. C., where the funeral will 7:30 p. m. toast to the choir and by his humor
funeral and Gnann of
are, Eugene Choir practice Friday afternoon at 20 to 40 ar-jes within four miles of
take place. Green Cove E. M. Gnann of convulsed his hearers with laughter
Springs; Starke. What have you to offer?
Mrs. J. M. Mitchell went to Jack- The particulars of the death have p. m.Litany of the Ladies
R. 0. Gnann Gaines- Mrs. Halligan,
Middleburg; of and intercessions, Wednes- G. S. WarrrS., 1813 Oak Street, Jacksonville -
sonville last Tuesday to attend the not been received here. with the
ville; Mrs. U. S. Kersey of Alachua; 7:30 Aid, when called on responded Fin l-24-4t.
funeral of her friend, Mrs. Jack BriggsDr. The grand- opening sale of the Ros- Mrs. J. E. Rosier, of Raiford: Mrs. D. day, p. m. folowing toast: ,

enberg Department Store will open Boree and Mrs. L. U. Morgan, of Captain R. C. Heiberger, of The- "Oh, bless the dear Aiders-bless every FOR SALE-yEighty acre farm on
J. P. Tomlinson was called to the Starke Mrs. 0. H. Master of Oka- one, Starke ard Raiford road, one mile
without fail on Tuesday, February 15, ; ; ressa,' was a visitor to Starke Thurs-
bedside of his sister, Mrs. Fender, of at the J. C. Carter store building on humpka; George B. Gnann, of Hast- day. For all of the good and the bad she northwest <
Dasher, Ga., who is very ill in that Call street. A full line of shoes, dry ings; Elbert and Ellen Gnann, of i has done; more than fne-half stumped fenced -

city. goods, hats, and groceries and feed of Starke. N. B. Hull is expected home from For we are only human, you know, and un?4r cultivation; balance

all kinds. Entire stock of about $5,000; She was marrie to E. Gnann in. El Paso, Texas, the last of this or the You wouldn't want us saints here be- round timb( and splendid pasture;
Attorneys A. Z. Adkins, J. E. Futch must 1884 and moved to Starke in 1903. She first of next week. His brother, J. W. low, best strawberry: lands in the county.

and A. S. Crews were in Gainesville go. had been a faithful member of the Hull, to whose bedside he went, showsno We wouldn't fit in to that great plan Daily mail iioute: and telephone line.

Wednesday on business before Judge GREEN-WEBB. Baptist church for 25 years. improvement in his illness. To make up a world and labor for man. For particulars call on the undersigned -

Wills. The writer conducted her funeral at But to think up a toast-I hadn't time at Ksilbronn Springs, or address -
the talent to make a rhyme me &t'Starke, Fla., Route No.
Spring Bank cemetery near Green Nor even .. .
Mrs. C. B. Peeler, who had been visiting Mr. Quincy M. Green and Mrs. Bes- Cove Springs, where she was by loving TEXT OF UNITED BRITAIN STATES PRO- So here's to the Aiders-my- highest 1. W. E.) Davis, Owner. 416tf.
her sister, Mrs. J. W. Morgan, sie Webb were united in holy wedlockby friends laid to rest. The writer had TO esteem, -t- -

has returned to Jacksonville, her Judge Wm. F. Malphurs, at his been her pastor for near two years and May our plans for the future be more FOR SALE-:.About 70 acres. of my

home. home, Tuesday, February 1st, in the all who knew her will bear testimonyto Dispatches Were Treated in Manner than a dream." Heilbronn Springs farm, lying east
Both of the Starve and Sanderson road,
few witnesses.
of a Considered "InquisitoriaL"Washington ,
presence her faithful Christian life. She talked
:Mr.: Denison interestingly on \
Mrs. L Thurston, who had been visiting are well known and highly re- close to Heilbronn Springs. Will
parties was tender of heart, gentle in spirit, the subject of the growth of the
will tohousekepir.g I sell the "hole or divide to suit. :
friends in Starke for a couple of spected. The happy couple go
and most faithful as a friend and Jan. 27.-The text of church-touching on what they hope
weeks, has returned to her home, Ft. : in their home east of Ito Lands sunvund Heilbronn school
neighbor.Oh the United States protest to Great accomplish in the way of buildinga : I
'.';iere three teachers
Pierce.Dr. Starke where Mr. Green is engagedin property, are
Britain against the interference with Mr. L. C. Hume of Tabor,
we heard a stealthy footstep, manse. :
r.nd their friends required to teach ai.d a general j
farming, many
At the doorway, close at hand. neutral mails was made public today.It Iowa, spoke in appreciation of the occasion -
is built there at
store being once.
and Mrs. Tomlinson have as their wish them success.
reveals that diplomatic and consular of the of the
Yes, he enters without knocking; and cordiality
mail and telephone
Daily route ser-
this week Dr. and Mrs. King.
guests Weird, r.s from a demon land. dicpatches have been treated in a Starke people, and was followed by '
months of the great Cosmopolitan vice. particulars call on the
of Lake Butler and Mrs. Chapman, of Ten
manner that the United States considers Mr. Lee and Miss Leo, of Iow, who
Magazine for only $1! Think of undersigned at Heilbronn Springsor
Newberry.Mrs. i Nowhe robs us of a treasure "vexa'tiously inquisitorial, and also spoke in appreciation of our cli-
that! It is selling like hot cakes. Everybody address me at Starke, Fla., P..
T. J. Strickland and little son, wants it. Read this: $180- One that can not be replaced; the United States says the inter- mate and people. F. D. No. 1. W. E. Davis, Owner. i..
0, she was so true and lovely ference is unwarranted.The Mrs. Fernandez proved herself to bea
visit her ,
Roy, who had been on a OOOin literary values for only $1. Rep- 4-16-tf. : I'
sister, Mrs. F. C. Hollingsworth, returned resented in Stirke: by Miss Xannie Yet was torn from our embrace. note declares there has been a most cordial and delightful hostessfor -"_ ._----,,_.,_ _ _
to their home, Gainesville, Sun- Howell. 2-4-tf. strong feeling aroused in this countryby this happy occasion. Those pres- FOR SALE-.Limited amount largre I '
day. With sadness we are shroudedBy the loss of valuable letters, while ent were as follows: :Mrs.: C. S. Dur- Spanish pE nuts; well cleaned; very

THIS WEEK. the work of his cold hand; foreign banks are refusing to cash ling, Mr. and :Mrs.: John Uglow, Miss prolific, impure: in ninety days, will

Mrs. STRAWBERRIES Thus our home he has invaded American drafts because they have no Carrie Uglow, Mrs. Grace Ford and make two Sops: ; awarded first prizeat
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Holt and
And has broke our family band. assurance that the drafts are securein Miss Laura Ford of North Branch, county .'irs. I'rice $2 per bushel. -
Boyd, of Jacksonville, recently spenta The strawberry shipment Monday the mails. Great Britain's adin- Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wall, Mrs. Jerus&m artichokes, produce
and while here were
in Starke
the day of Col., and Mrs. A. V. amounted to 8 bushels, Tuesday 70 Greens and heart-aches without num terim reply says she is taking the mat- A. V. Long, little Miss Annie Long, 300 to 500() jflishels per acre; fine hog
guests bushels, and Wednesday 15 bushels. berHave ter up with her allies and indicates Mr. and Mrs. George Lh'ingston, Miss feed: they;ill stay in perfect condition -

Long.In The prices ranged from 12% to 15 been strewn in every land, that there will be no delay in the Amelia Ray, Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, Mrs. in tf; ground all the winter

cents a quart for odd quarts and $4.50to By this one so unavoiding, final reply, which will also be made Kuhl, Miss Katherine Kuhl, Mrs. for hogs H feed on; 5 bushels to

last week's paper, through some $5.00 for full crates. The season By his cold and icy hand. public. Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hume, of plant an gre, $1.2 per bushel.

( mistake, the name of Mary Ella Ed- for heavy shipping not yet having arrived Tabor, Iowa; Mrs. S. E. Nash, Mrs. 0. Common to ':ckled velvet beans. $2.50

::: wtnds, a bright little girl in the lower there are only a few buyers on Though our hearts are torn asunder Many People Don't KnowA L. Nash, Mrs. A. Price, of Wilkes- and Chine** velvet beans, $3.00 per

;;'* first grade, was omitted from the honor the ground and the competition is not And our home made sad and drear,, sluggish liver can cause a personan barr Pa.; Dr. and Mrs. E. T. Campbell bushel. Japanese seed cane $6 per

i roll. very spirited. The market reports as We will meet her yonder awful lot of misery. Spells of dizziness Miss Neita Bessent, Mrs. Jay thousand *ialks. ,Reference: Prof.C. .

.i. published the New York Packer Where the sky is ever clear. headache, constipation, and biliousness Brown, Rev. and Mrs. H. G. Denison, K. Mc< \' rrie and First National

* An enjoyable party was given by show that the markets have stod at j').' are sure signs that your liver i Mrs. E. Strong, of Oil City, Pa..Mr. Bank. Perry! M. Colson, Gainesville,

:T Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Green Fri4ay and 25 cents to 35 cents j per quart for Death, the monster, will be conqered; needs help. Take f'r.King's New Life I and Mrs. J. R. Halligan, Mr. Lee and i: Fla. :, 2-4 2t.
". those present,were Mr.,Homer Wain- several weeks: past None"of the mar- Groans and heart-aches there un Pills and see how tnej help tone up Miss Lee. of Iowa; Mrs.. N. B. Hull, -.-. ---- : Rent ---,-- '

right,.Wesley ,and ,Lonnie Cason and kets reporting: an oversupply. Prices known. f the whole system. .Fine for the stom- Everett Wade, Francis Halligan, Misses ;for

a.'t. ...Flora and Leila Cason, Miss Ruby will doubtless tike an upward mO'feas Silent voices will then. answer ach, too. Aids digestion. Purifies the Hazel Brown, Marie Livingston, FOR REN'ITwo large first floor

/"J .... Kaaa-demons' and Mr. Newn soon as the supply becomes sufficient To the one upon the Throne. blood and clears the complexion. Only Margaret Livingston, Louise Fernan- rooms for ;!!>ght housekeeping. Ad-
Kbtf. to attract the carlot buyers. W.- A. FERRELL. : 25e at youdi.zggst.\ (3) dez and Isabel Fernandez. drew Box "*31, Starke, Fla. 24ti.A .



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AND GREATER COLUMBIA COLLEGE Williston Negro Suffers PenaltyFor MEMPHIS DRUGGIST Friends of .Mrs. R. H. Taylor

Brutal Crime-Body Give a Surprise Party.

Riddled With Bullets. Would Remind the Public to Prevent Otheri'News: Items. .
Great Enthusiasm and Determinations lege is better today than it has ever Sickness by Removing the Cause

been, and certainly its future is -
Joined in
For a Great College
brighter and more hopeful.The GAINESVILLE, Jan. 29.-After a Last TuesdiiV afternoon, February
By Citizens of Lake City. Baptists of Florida appreciatewith So her doctor said. Her the .
) search lasting nearly two days and 1st, was anniversary of the forty

lasting gratitude the act of Lake friends and neighbors felt nights, and in which hundreds of cit I ( third birthday! of Mrs. R. ,H. Taylor.

THE BEGINNINGOF City in presenting the property to the sure of it too. They have izens of Levy and Marion counties : So the family/and friends decided to

MARKS convention, free of all strings\ and used Peruna themselvesand took part, Richard Anderson, a negro give this good lady a surprise party,

A NEW COLLEGE ERA conditions of every kind. This will know of its merits. who criminally assaulted a white lady so they assemwed at the house and the

mean a great deal for the college in That old cough that had who lived about five miles from Willis- day was jileasintly spent, and appar

the future. worried her for years and ton, was apprehended Friday, and after ently to Miss Taylor, there was noth-

Personnel of the Board of Trustees The personnel of the board of trus- years, for which she had being positively identified by the ing unusual ''gtSng on, but at 6:30: she

Remain Practically the Same The tees remains practically the same, taken all sorts of cough victim, was hung and his body almost was ushered iafo her dining room. To
though some new names are to be her
bullets. commodious
riddled with surprise thj table was
State Board of Missions Reported found there. Mr. J. I. Roberts.a lead- medicines, has disappeared. The crime, as heretofore published laden to its umost with all the delicacies

AU Obligations Met and a Small ing business man of DeSoto county, is Peruna is doing the work. occurred in Marion county, just over that cold be procured. Each
a new member of the board; also Rev.J. She will recover. Indeed,
the line dividing that and Levy coun- and everyone hjoyed themselves huge_
Balance to Its Credit.
L. McLemore, of Bradentown Mr. she has recovered.
; ty. It was on Wednesday afternoon ly and the day)will ever be remember.
John H. Pace of who _
Pensacola, holds 4T.0.
that the negro came upon the helpless ed by those j>r sent.

(Lake City Index.) large interests in Santa Rosa county; Her name is Mrs. "William woman at her home, and after learningthat DALLARD At 8:30 the;* departed for their respective -
Dr. W. A. Hobson of Jacksonville Hohmann. 2764! Lincoln ,
It was the writer's privilege to attend the lady's husband was absent, hom('- wishing Mrs. Taylor
and Mr. J. W. Henson and Chicago, Ills. She had suffered of
a wealthy a prominent druggist Memphis says::
a similar convention in Live Oak the brute, it is said, at the point of a : many more hippy returns of the oc- .
with catarrh of the bronchial
prominent citizen of Cottondale.Mr. "Much sickness could anti would be
nine years ago when our forces were tubes and had terrible I gun, compelled her to leave her infant casion. .
R. S. Hall of Ocala one of a cough prevented if the people would only remember -
our .
not nearly so large and influential in ever since a child. As she got babe and accompany him a short dis- Much cr( ht is due those for the artistically -
wealthiest h of
citizens re-elected fora that constipation thefirst
this state as they are at present. It was older she grew worse. She tance from the house. Following the one arrayed and sumptuous repast -
term of five He l'UUWS.s! n reminder. I would
would be interesting to compart just years. was presentin coughed both winter and sum- crime the negro escaped, but when the that they-firepared.:
the board and offered wise the! Plcg-in.'
meeting usget
briefly the work that this body was mer. Had to sit up at night. news of the deed was learned everyman .. Besides tha Marge number of rela-
counsel and advice in business 'ItexaH Orderlies. the laxative tablet
a way, Could not sleep. "But all that .
doing in the state at that time with the in the community united in the tives present:*ere, Mr. and Mrs. Lex
looking to the ultimate success of the has left me now. Peruna has with! the jileaFaut!; taste.
work now being done, as our reports hunt for the fiend, the search being Roberts. Mr. Find Mrs. Willie Varnes
college. C. M. BRITTAIN.ROB cured me. "I suggest Ilexall Orderlies as I know
showed at the recent convention. At prosecuted day and night until their and children, ,1i5s Opal Chancey and
There are others, and there their formula :iid believe they are the
; that time the attendance was probably SAFE AND BURN BIG BAG- is a reason.COUNTIES efforts were rewarded. Anderson was best remedy for relieving constipation.: Mr. Gomez Martin.

about one-third as large as was en- GAGEROOM about thirty-five years old, and lived --
JAX. DEPOT. They can be used by men. women or
tertained last week in Live Oak. Our. near Williston. Many were of the children."
Christian Church Notes
I st&te mission board under Dr. Geiger's I Ii opinion that he would desert his family We liaehe exclusive for
selling rights
i leadership was doing and what we aU JACKSONVILLE, Jan. 28.-Fire of I, AND PROPERTIES INFECTED after commission of such a horrible this great laxathe. Trial size, 10 cents. Mrs. ColerSan accompanied Rev.

t considered a great and glorious work. incendiary origin completely guttedthe BY CITRUS CANKER. deed, but in order to take every MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE Coleman and :attended the preaching

And yet, all told, our benevolent work immense baggageroom of the Un- precaution a dragnet was established THE REXALL STORE services at S' rke last Sunday.

in the state at that time for all pur- ion Terminal company at the union Up to the present time citrus around the territory where his family Next Sund>7 marks the beginningof

poses would not have exceeded $25- depot here at an early hour this morn- ker has been found in only twentyoneof can lived, while hundreds of others carried Fresh fish and oysters daily. Phone the new j'/ar's work with the cooperating -

000 or $30,000. ing. Trunks valued at several thou- on the search in other sections. groJp of churches for which
the 12-ll-tf.
fifty-one counties of Florida, 109. Handy Brymer.
The last report from our state mis- sand dollars were destroyed. The dam- Baker DeSoto Duval Friday about noon Anderson was located Rev. Colema&j v/ill preach. The first
r namely. Bay
sion board shows that during the past age to the baggage room is estimatedat Hillsboro Lee Marion Pinellas St. near his home, and was taken BEAVER DAMS WORK TROUBLE and third Sundays will be at Starke "
I year more than $100,000 has been raised $15,000. Johns, Seminole, Suwannee, Brevard i into custody without untoward inci ALONG RAILWAY LINEIn I and the secomj! Sunday at Raiford and

I ; and expended for our benevolent The fire is thought by the police to Broward, Dade, Escambia Jefferson, dent. The negro was carried to the I the fourth Sunday at Lake Butler.

work in the state. The leadership of have been deliberately set by robbers Pasco, Palm Beach Santa, Rosa, St. home of his victim, and was, it is said, i certain parts of Wisconsin,, j Next Sunday' will be the regular day
I Dr. Rogers has shown that he is cap- who bound and gagged the assistant Lucie and Walton. The infections in; positively identified as the guilty par- beavers have increased rapidly duringthe for preachinp' Starke. Let all mem

able of doing great things on a large baggagemaster, E. B. McNeely, and the first eleven counties mentioned I ty. By this time several hundred citizens last few owing to the bers and rieivls of the church make a
scale. If our work grows in the next robbed the office safe of $350, in an were traceable to nursery stock ship. had gathered, and according to of rigid laws for their ; special effort to attend.
decade it has in the will effort to cover up their crime. The information received here the pro: I
as past, we ped from the Griffing Brothers Nursery negro tection. says the February Popular On accountof the Baptist Associa-
I* | have wonderful record to exhibit for assistant baggagemaster stated that acknowledged that he the tion the
a at Macclenny, prior to the time was guiltyone. :Mechanics Magazine in an illustrated I meeting Lake Butler Sunday
our labors at the end of that period. he was attacked at 10:30 o'clock last I II
of the discovery of canker in that nursery I article. As a result a serious as well I r.t meet last Tunday. let
I' I The Live Oak convention was one of night and had been unconscious until and prior to the enactment of The scenes which followed were on- as an amusing situation has arisen in I I jail make special plans to attend the

'' the most enthusiastic bodies that it he discovered the room afire at 1:30 the Florida Plant Act. The infectionsin : ly such as could be expected under the Oneida County, along Bear Skin and I school next Sunday; in the Baptist

has been our privilege to attend. Our o'clock this morning.The the other counties named have been; circumstances. Anderson was carriedto Lucky Run Creeks, where great num- church at 9:'*{>. Remember that this

I r people are united and showing a spirit local police believe they havea traced to othet sources. a point about a quarter of a mile bers of the industrious little animals is a half hou earlier and be sure to

r of determination,that.is sure to win clue that will lead to arrests. Of the 13 counties which are the from the home and hanged, and his have built a series of large dams that; be on time. '

this state for Christ in the near fu heaviest of citrus fruits : body partially riddled with bullets. I _
producers can- have backed the stream and
ture. Several things prominentlystand ker has been found in 5, but this is no The negro, it is said, was not in I caused the tracks of the Chicago, Mil. Juni.'jriC.< E. Program '
in connection with last TUALLY. of officers of
out our custody Marion "
county '
indication that the disease does not
week's meeting of special interest. occur in the other 8, as funds have not: at any time, the people being so' waukee flooded and and damaged.St. Paul Railway to be For Sunday! February 6th, at 11 a. ;

In the first place, our state board of the been available for inspection wrought up over the crime that they I m. i
Humus is perhaps one greatest even a cursory Following heavy rains time
.. missions, which had kept its full force deemed it expedient to have the exe- some Topic-What' Christian Endeavor has
of them.
need of the average soil of Florida, according ago Bear Skin Creek rose at several I
of missionaries at work in the field for cution over with in the least done in 35 yetr.
: Citrus canker has been found possible
to S. S., Walker, associate in 378. points west of Goodnow covering the
the entire reported all obliga- time. From what learned here Text-1 C r. 15:38, led by Jessie
chemist to the University of Florida properties in the state, and there have railroad's right of When the '
tions met and a small balance to its the execution was carried out way. Dugger. : ;
been as orderly -
Experiment Station. This is due to thirty-eight foci, or centers of water failed to recede, an investigation I
credit. This was a remarkable show- distribution.The as though it were being conducted Song.
the rapid oxidation of organic matter showed that
dam and tho
beaver not
a ,,
ing, as all will agree, when we con- and the open nature of the soil which numbber of infected trees planted within the confines of a jailyard, I rain, was responsible for the trouble. Prayer. j
sider the bad financial situation that and Friday evening the community had Reading BlUe lesson by leader.
admits free leaching. Every farmer in groves and found infected up to Since it is contrary to the statutes to
has existed throughout the state. Others resumed its normal quietude. I Lesson explanation.:
should keep these facts in mind and the present time is 10,396. These I I destroy. these_ works._. the_ assistanre. of Lesson Rto&r iI
n n n --- --- Eva Swav-
interests out -- -- I 52
of our are reported plan his rotations to include at have all been burned, and along with I page -
crop conservation
SNOW commission had to be
of debt and show themselves to be in SLIDE'S VICTIMS. enlisted erley and Knth Richard.
them with the I ,
least one crop, preferably a legume consent, 47,277 before the condition could be
condition. In fact there is General .1iussion-What
such velvet beans other trees which have been I I we ;
as cowpeas, or beg- grove exposed rectified. The state warden sub-
a spirit of optimism prevailing amongour garweed, that can.be turned under to to infection, but which had not SEATTLE, Jan. 22.-Five are dead sequently superintended game the destruc- done, by all.Misison ., _1
people to a larger degree than and others believed to be dead S.I1Y, Ceylon, 56.
many page
add organic matter to the land. shown visible canker at the time they I tion of the dam which had bbacked
ever before seen. Our orphanage at Mr. Walker recommends, however, were destroyed, making a total of 57-, and injured when the Cascade Limitedon 6-ft. head of water. Owing to the upa Sentence prayers.
Arcadia is in first-class condition both 668 the Great Northern railroad was Memory vffses. ;
the trees
that lime be used in plan. Limeis grove destroyed on accountof substantial construction of this blockade '
financially and otherwise.The first because the disease the of struck by a snowslide near Corea, a Business. .
important, legumes, great majority ten blasts
climax of the convention was station the west separate of dynamitewere Roll call 'id collection of dues.
the most desirable green manure crops, them being four years of age and on slope of the Cascades a j
repuired to clear it
reached on last Thursday night when near the summit. The diner away. Mizpah. ]
will not make good growth on a sour younger. As there are from 13,000,000to Two three
or weeks after this
hundreds of messengers and visitors soil; second, because the organic ma- 20,000,000 trees, according to differ- and day coach were swept three hun- was
gathered in the large auditorium of terial will not decompose rapidly or ent estimates, in the citrus groves of dred feet down the bank and all persons 1 accomplished again became neces- C. E. ProgramFor I

the First Baptist church and heard normally in the soil unless lime is the state, these figures show how effectively in both cars are reported dead or sary to destroy a dam at the same Sunday
enthusiasm the place, for during the interim the bea- February 6th, 5:45 p.
with great interest and injured. Five emploes in the dinersare
will the nitri- the disease has been limitedin
present, nor important
vers had Meeting to be held at home of .
reconstructed it. The m.
report of the president of our boardof fication processes proceed normally. its spread. believed to be dead. The first same

trustees, Senator C. A. Carson, and to the time passenger reached in the wreck condition prevails at the present writing Mrs. Coleman.
And finally, even though the legumes Up present 146,123 nur- was
Columbia j and it is a matter of but Topic, C.,E. Fidelity and Force.
other relative to College. I badly hurt next two dead I a very
grow on, and decay readily in an acid sery trees have been found infected. men. Three short Text '
time until this obstruction will Matt. 25:31-46-Maggie Ricb-
The enthusiasm manifested on this occasion trainmen dead. ,
is These have been are
soil, the "acid" humus thus formed destroyed and along
I need to be elimitated. Since the ,
was similar in every respect to easily leached and lost; whereas, humus with them, with the owners' consent, The work in Dade is an- ard.Song.
county imals ;
that seen in the great convention which progressing apparently refuse to be discouraged :
formed in the of lime is 2,185,634 trees which had been
presence nursery
met in Lake City to take over the very satisfactorily, but a severe in building at this partic- Bible lesson by all.
insoluble sub- exposed to infection have been I
stable and
a relatively destroyed reduction in the
number of
inspectors ular point it is considered that Season of
property of the college eight years possible prayer. I
stance. Furthermore, experience has making a total of 2,331,634 nur- has
ago. The convention showed its appreciation been necessary for reasons of steps will have to be taken to trap Reference; drill-all bring Bibles. ;
shown that it is not profitable or good: sery trees destroyed, including seed-
of the gracious act recently practice to add lime to sandy soils devoid lings. It should not be thought that, The other them and remove them to another I Talks: 5 !
done by Lake City in deeding the college of humus. the destruction of these trees will affect state is badly infected area of the place so that their work will not me- 1. FaitWJul' service, II Tim. 4:1-5- }
in fee on Santa Rosa peninsula in nance the railroad. The Maude .
the simple by of
property population lIultt r
Cue should be used, however, in the price of citrus stock Walton
nursery county, where the disease obtained this specific is not 2. Force'of Rom. 12:17-21
prolonged applause. Everyone pres- I colony accurately ,
applying lime Too much may burn or cause any scarcity of the latter. considerable
and headway before known, but the of -Marion Ri&ard.
that extent
ent felt a new greater day the work
The records
the organic matter. Caustic lime is nursery inspector the
the After the people could be impressed with suggests that there 2. Acts 1:1.8-
had dawned for college. especially dangerous. Ground lime show that there are approximately 20- its seriousness may be 500 or Spiritual power
of Sena- and before their more of the animals Bennett.
and magnificent speech co-op- in that Evelyn
report immediate -
stone is the best form. Lime and humus 000,000 citrus trees, of which fully eration could be secured in
tor Carson, there were other speeches half taking pre- locality. Historical sVms of C. E.-Mr. Coffin.
have separate functions to per- are already budded, now in the
cautionary The
from prominent workers representing form in the soil, but they are to a certified Florida nurseries alone. The Santa Rosa people of SymDcsiam. How can we show fidelity -
the state. Each I are now co-operating with C. .Miss Miss Cof-
different parts of to E.- Fogg and
degree interdependent. Neither will precautions now thrown about citrus
Plant Board, and the number of
and relative to the
speech suggestion do best work without the other. nurseries are so thorough that there infected trees is I fin.Mission
improvement and enlargement of the does not appear to be possibilityof creased. being steadily de- study, Chundra Lea: page
any If
institution was received with enthus- FOR EMBARGO ON EXPORT OF infected trees n. 58-Miriam Adkins and Geo. Richard. ..
or exposed to The Greatest .
iastic applause. Those speaking were ARMS.WASHINGTON i infection, being shipped out of Florida Without doubt the Worn Out? Business. : j
and Dr. W. A. Hob- biggest menace
Dr. S. B. Rogers i nurseries in the future. ... Roll call nd collection of dues.
I to the citrus industry of the state I -- -- -- w wLI
son, of Jacksonville; Dr. C. W. Duke, now '
of Tampa; Rev. P. M. Jones, of Cotton- D. C., Jan. 27.-A Out of the 378 premises on which ', is the presence in nearly every county No doubt you are, if .

dale; Rev. J. S. McLemore, of Brad- mammoth petition bearing over a million -' canker has been found 94 premises of the state of ctirus trees which you suffer from any of the 'News Items

entown; Rev. Wallace Wear, of Lake- names was presented to the senate have been declared clean by the plant were shipped out of the Griffing Brothers LI numerous ailments to Mrs. A. H. Alfred of Atlanta, Ga.,
board, and the quarantine imposed by : which au women are sub and Mrs. Garnet McMillan and two
land; Rev. E. C. Sheridian, of Apa- today, urging an embargo on the nursery during the seasons of I
reason of the infections have been I 1913-14 Ject. Headache, back-
and 1914-15. children of Clarksville, passed through
of These
lachicola; and Mr. C. C. Rawls, of export arms. I trees aggregate ache sideache
raised, except that the replanting of for the 1 I nervousness Lake Butler' this week enroute to St.
Lake City. Mr. Rawls made a strong Senators Hitchcock, Clarke and Ken- I citrus trees in the infected two seasons approximately weak tired feeling,

and telling speech, showing his deep yon bitterly scored the munitions not propertiesis : 176,000, and, as stated above, are some of the symp Petersburg, '-where they will spend a

interest in the college. manufacturing as a damnable trade, I yet permitted.of I infections of eleven counties of the toms, and you must nd month or two.
Though a late hour had been reached advocating immediate action by the I 94 premises declared "clean"1!,state have been due solely to these yourself of them in orderto :Miss Lon Jlolden of Santa Fe, was

and the large crowd had already been' Senate. by the plant board three have since i i trees. The Plant Board has expended feel well. Thousandsof the guest of Mrs. Mattie Markey this

The petition circulated shown infection, but the circumstances -, many thousand dollars women, who have ,wpek.
in the house two and a half hours, was by an in finding and

I still it was proposed that the Bap- organization of women for strict neu- ble to were determine such that it was not possi- :i inspecting these trees, and in asking remedy been benefited by to this i. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Greene, of Adel,

tists and friends present should do trality. whether these were the owners' permission to destroy urge you Ga., and Kttlt son. Corover, are the

something for the college in a financial secondary infections or infections from them, as it is realized that canker TAKECardui gupstof :Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Green.

way that would prove beyond the W. C. T. U. MEETING.The outside sources. All three cases oc- I I may develop on any of them at any :Miss Irn.e Holden, cf Gainesil1e'i ,

shadow of a doubt their love for itand W. C. T. U. will meet next (.urred erties in therefore Dade county. From 91 prop 1 time. Up to the present time owners \ ited :'IlrIatte: Markey this week. I

interest in its welfare. Dr. Montague Monday, February 7th, at the Methodist disease, is thought, eradication to be of the have given consent for the destructionof Mr. George A. Epperson has the .

was called to the front and in church, at three o'clock. Mrs. J. Disease Generally Spread complete.in f over 35,000 of these, and if the Two owners: of the lim.tF. At it only extends -
his happy and aggressive way called W. White leader.Everything CountiesIn remaining ones knew city present .
for subscriptions, which in about 25 I the danger which their continued presence to Sih r Run. Mr. Epperson has
only two counties ,
of the
minutes amounted to the magnificentsum in millinery at cost at have there been areas in which citrus state t involves, permission for the destruction a force of rands! turning out some

of $4,345, all to be paid within Lane's. canker became of the rest of them would be Woman's TonicMrs. good work. j Silver Run will have a

f I ninety days. widespread. One of j fcrthcoming at once. nice bridge :.ver it at his point and
these Dade 1
The convention has pledged itself For Children's Cough great bulk was of the county work ,of where the the WILLIAM NEWELL, Sylvania Woods Perry stroeljwill soon be one of our

I to raise for the college this year the You cannot use anything better for Board against citrus canker hhas Plant Plant Commissioner. Clifton Mills,Ky., says: most popular streets, as it will be a

t L sum of $20,000, some of it to be used your child's cough and cold than Dr. done. The progress made against been the Gainesville, Fla., Jan. 29, 1916. "Before taking Car d ut, short cut to *nter the Starke road by

I ; in meeting current expenses and the King's New Discovery. It is prepared disease in Dade county is well illus- Sciatica's 1 was, at times, so weak I taking this rjte.

I'! rest to be applied on the debt of the from pine tar mixed with healing trated by the record of infected trees To' kill the Piercing Pain could hardly walk, and Mr. Jchn Harris returned Tuesday

[I college. and soothing balsams. It does not contain beginning with June, 1915, during nerve pains of sciatica I thepainhimybackandhead I from his frne< in St. George, Ga., .
you can always
t L' The Woman's Missionary Union of anything harmful and is slightly which month 683 infected trees were liniment. It depend on Sloan's nearly killed me. where ho hoi been spending some time ;

I' the state has also pledged itself to laxative, just enough to expel the poiSons found. Prior to this time there had of pain and penetrates to the seat After taking three bottles with his farSly.
t the college this $1,000 to be brings ease as soon it
r .. give year the and from the system. Dr. King's been a monthly increase in the number is applied. A great comfort too as with of Cardul, the pains dis Mrs. K. I; Anderton of Dayton. 0., !
in beautifying
campus New Discovery is antiseptic-kills the of infected: trees found. was a gue.st'at! the Edgar Hotel Sun- 1
In Sloan's is
July that
appeared. Now feel
F improving the buildings. One of the cold germs-raises the no rubbing is required. i as '
phlegm loosens the number
dropped to 522 day.
and :
in Au- Sloan's
lenders the who Liniment is invaluable for well as I ever did. Every
women er.-
the soothes
and the
cough irrita gust to 348, at the season when climatic stopping Miss Blanche" Fielder, of Lake City,
advocated the muscular or nerve suffering shouldtiyCarduL1'
. thusiastically move was tion. Don't off treatment. pain of woman
put Coughsand i
: Mrs. Park Trammell, wife of the distinguished solds often lead to serious : conditions were most favorable I any kind. Try it at once if you suffer Getabottte expected to arrive here Friday fora JJ JJis
lung to rapid spread of the
. disease. In with rheumatism short \i5with: Miss Dorothy Wil- ..
of lumbago
and popular governor troubles. It is also good for adults September 282 infected sore throat today. E-68
I trees were pain in chest lard at the tldgar.
sprains bruises
Florida.We etc. It
and the aged. Get a bottle today. All found in Dade in
believe the condition of the colt druggists. I I in 116, is excellent for neuralgia and head- ;;:
(3) November 100, and in December 67. ache. J
25e at all druggists. ((3)) M You can cet very low prices in millinery

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ttttttt + + tt + t + t HERE AND THERE IN BRAD- in cultivation and does general farm- .

4 LEGAL NOTICES + ing. His corn yield last year was on- 1 1

+ + + + + + + + tttt + + + FORD COUNTY. ly about 12 bushels to the. acre, owingto ;

NOTICE OF SALE OF $42.009 ( PERCENT y untoward conditions. The same af-
BONDS. (Continued From Page 1.)
Hereby notice (U given that the Town Council has 120 acres in his farm. He is cultivating fected his cotton crop. But when it Prince Albert ,1;

of the Town of StarVe. Florida will receive 50 comes to sweet potatoes there was
staled bids for the purchase of 142.000of acres and does general 1
for he had 300 bush-
bonds of the said town of Starke. Florida farming. He has been on the place 24 nothing lacking

up to and including the 8th day of FebruaryA. years and in that time had transformed els off a little patch. He had four fits taste! ; ;
D. 1916. Said bonds are to be dated Jan the acres of cane and the yield was 20 bar- lOur
uary 1st. 1916. and are to be in denominationsof wilderness into a splendid farm
One Thousand Dollars each and to bear and home. He now calls it a two-horse rels of as fine syrup as one could find

interest, payable at the semi-annually rate of six: per on cent January per 1st annum farm. He states that it has cost him in many a day's travel. The sample Meets the fondest wishes of any man who

and July 1st. of each :year with interest lots of hard bottle given the Traveler was simply
coupons work to make the place
attached. The principal and interest of what it is superb. Mr. Sapp and his excellent % a\ likes to smoke because it has the rig l{ Ravor
and that there is still plentyof
bond are payable at the
said Banking House family have a fine large house in whichto and and coolness. It's the mast cheerful ;
of the Hanover National Bank in the city the same kind of hard work in \ aroma -
state of New York. l live and other about the a
and building
sight. But he is of his tobacco did in jim4iy
proud accom- ever pack a pipeor
The amount of bonds offered for tale is place indicate thrift and plenty of judicious tor you
Forty-T Thousand Dollars and the prin. plishment, and well might he be, andso into
cipal of said bonds stall be due and payable feels well repaid for all the labor hard work.B. roll a ciga-
thirty :years from the date thereof. Bids will F. Renfroe is the next neighborand .AnH it's
he has of Brad- i c", rette. soR.1.a.YD4IWaTCo.
be accepted up to seven-thirty o'clock p. m.. expended. The woods yrtcht15:5by .
on the 8th day of February. A. D. 1916. All ford county are full of just such oppor- he has 100 acres, of which 45 is good just feelyounevfcCcanget "
bidders are required to deposit with L yo
C. A. in cultivation, and 10 are stumped. His
Futeh. as Town Clerk of said Town a certified tunities and the results can be made -
check for three per cent of the amountof equally as gratifying, but who is will farm is the rich valley land along the I I f
their bid, said check to be made payableto New River banks, and is splendid for enough. The pat-
ing to the Colson has
A. S. Crews as Treasurer of said Town, as pay price ? Mr.
a guaranty: of full compliance with the bid 40 hogs, and has 30 bearing pecan truck growing. Last year he had 9 >, entedpVocess\
submitted and shall be considered as liqui- acres of snap beans, and one each of
trees his
dated damages in the event of the acceptanceof on place. squash and tomatoes. The trouble / fixes that-and
such oid and the failure on the part of the Turning northward about a mile one / '
to comply with the that the prices did not hold and cuts 6iit bite
bidder terms thereof.All comes to the fine farm of P. A. Wil up so Listen:
bidders shall specify the amount of he did not do as well as he ought to
bonds bid for and the time when the bidder liams. He has 280 acres, of which 100 It'a euy to change the thap andparchl
will comply with his bid. is in cultivation. Last he have done with the crop he produced.If and color of tuuaUUe brand i "
The Town Council reserves the right to reject season grew there only in to imitate th.Priaceimpbtidy: When fire (
were a canning plant
red bat you jrhn.first
any and all bids. 9,000 pounds of cotton and 400 bush- tin it it up
order of the said Town Council that section where all the truck whichit imitate the fUror cf Prince '
of the
of smoke decide
els corn. He a lot of sweet you'll lat
grew Albert tobacco! The palcatcd you
of Starke Florida.E.
Town would produce could be canned it
S. potatoes and pinders, and has some process protect that tobacco
MATTHEWS. never did taste that ,
would be an ideal farming and truck-
Attest \
: Chairman.C. hogs and cattle.S. .
A. FUTCH. ing section. It is to be hoped that in hits your fancy like : :
Town Clerk. B. Cason was away from home,
the near future not only at New River
(Town Seal) 1-S-5t.; but there was all the evidence of com-
fort and good farming about the but in many other places, there may

IN CIRCUIT NOTICE.COURT.. EIGHTH place. He has 120 acres and had good be adequate canning plants to care RINEE :
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. for all the truck which the farmers
crops last season.A .
may grow.V.
E. F. Williams I couple of miles still further north-
E. Sapp's place is land-
I a
I ward and one comes to the crossingof
Dura Williams | mark in all that section. He has 264
the Lake Butler and Starke road.
-Bill For Divorce. acres in his farm and has 125 in cul-
Notice to AppearThe And adjacent is the splendid farm of l
State of Florida to Dura Williams tivation and 75 of it is stumped. He LBERt
Greeting: J. B. Crews. He was born on the placein
runs a sawmill which has a capacity of
It hating been shown by affidavit that the the middle of the last century, and i
defendant is a non-resident of the State of 4,000 feet of lumber per day, and 5,000
his there in
father before him
florida. and that the residence of said defend- came shingles. There is also a grist mill ,, I.
ant is at Fitzgerald. Georgia and that thereis real pioneer days. Mr. Crews has :COO J,. the national smoke -;'
no person residing in the State of Florida.the acres of which 150 is incultivation and which will grind 25 bushels of corn a ..,< Joy ; 11.
service of a subpoena upon whom would i I day. He also conducts a blacksmith ""' "" "'' 1;
bind said defendant, and that said defendant 140 stumped. :Mr. Crews' is a most ]. and woodworking shop, and does general For it exceeds in goodness and satisfaction thb kindest

is over the age of twenty-one years. thorough farmer and makes things i!I repairing. Truly he is a most word we ever printed about it! <' .; II
It is therefore ordered considered and adjudged count for all they are worth in what ,
that the said defendant Dura Williams busy man and it was only by catching t
do appear to the Complainant'a Bill .f ever he undertakes in that line. Last a word here and there that it was ; i ,,I Men, we tell you thh tobacco will be a rcve1zt f/n!to you. ':
Complaint herein .n or before the 7th day of he had 30 of corn and 30 I
season acres ,
February A. D. 1916, in default whereof a had I'I possible to interview him at all. He ili!!I So, take this information at 100 get out the old jimmy
of cotton and he good i
decree pro eonfesso will be entered against acres crops has small band of hogs crossed ifI'H' II
a up from its : locate the maldn's!
the said Dura Williams.It with both of them. He had two acres pipe hiding place or papersand
with Essex and about 35 cattle of the
is further ordered that this notice be
of sweet potatoes which were fall-to!
published in the Bradford County: Telegraph. common variety.
made five
his he
fine. Off
a newspaper published at Starke, in Bradford cane patch New River is a station of the G. S. A1hh jj
County. Florida once each week for five consecutive barrels of fine syrup. He had already i ; Yosr wishes ic'J be crt 'Jledct tie r.eC1'cc the cots t>l Jcco,
weeks. butchered 18 hogs and the meat house & F railroad, and is a small village. h tot 'I for Prince Albert is it an'sersal demand It can be bought alt over

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereuntoset Evidently it was a place of much more the dates end ell over the wcrld! Toppy red bags, Sc; tidy red
my hand and affixed the seal of our Cir- was filled to overflowing with some- importance in the days before the fatal .' ,ij'i'' ;, tins, lOc; hcndsoraSpaurdand1wFpoundtn humidors-anJ---that
cuit court on this the 4th day of January which looked mighty good. He
A. D. 1916. thing I freeze than it is now. A number ti fine pound crystcJsas3 / with spon=C'tncisicncr top that

W. T. WEEKS.Sea I uses special care in curing of his meat !I of business houses are vacant and a l keeps the tobacco ;'1 :.:h czccttcr.t trim. I
( !) Clerk. and always has the best of luck with : lfi8URN1NC'PIPf'JkN ;,
By: R. A. WEEKS. it. I big lodge building is fast going to de- "ICIGAA ;xoear co,M R. J. REYNOLDS TCDACCO CO., Whston-Sakm, N. C. I
A. CREWS Deputy clerk. cay. Mrs. G. M. Parker is the effi-

Complainant's Solicitor. 1.7-St. In the growing of hogs Mr. Crews cient and accommodating postmistressat .. .. -.,... --- -
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS. is so successful that a special mention New River. She is also proprietorof .
Notice is hereby: given that all creditors will not be out of place. First of all -, -
its P.'ol.
store. Padgett
one con-
legatees distributees and all persons having that his kept
he sees to it hogs are
claims or demands against the estate of J. C. ducts a turpentine industry here, but
Carter, late of Bradford county, Florida, de perfectly healthy all their days. He things were puiet just at this
ceased. are hereby required to present the had them inoculated with serum this very '

name duly two authenticated years or this to notice the will undersignedwithin be held year, hence had no cholera among time. Homeward Bound Third Carload of Stock Arrived.

ia bar thereto and all persons indebted to said them. He is a strong advocate of the Following the general line of the
estate are required to pay their said debts to treatment but it must be done
the administratrix forthwith. serum railroad easterly for a couple of miles "
MRS. J. C. CARTER. before the hogs get sick. After, the
one comes into a main road leading
Administratrix for the estate of J. C. Carter. cholera strikes a hog there seems to
deceased. 12248t. from Scouthole into Starke. As soon "
be nothing for it but to let him die.
as that road was reached good old
MASTER'S SALE. But the great desideratum is to prevent -
Mack knew where he and that the
Notice is hereby given that under and by
virtue of a final decree made and rendered not only cholera, but worms and road led to the barn where he was in
on the 24th day of December. A. D. 1915. in sickness of all kinds. This can only .
the Circuit court of the Eighth Judicial Cir- due the habit of getting his rations. In an .
cuit of State of Florida in and for Bradford be accomplished by using care instant his head was up and away he ."

County 'n Chancery in suit therein pending and by proper treatment all the time. I went homeward bound. l
wherein D. W. Moore U complainant and Another thing Mr. Crews does is to ,
against Lewis Perry defendant. I will offer The country about Sampson Lake isI '
for sale and sell at public outcry to the highest plant a couple of acres each year in I flatwoods and the settlers are not so .
bidder for cash in front of the courthouse watermelon for his hogs to eat. lieplants'
door in said county in the Town of Starke. t numerous as they might be, though
Florida on the 7th day: of February A. D. the Tom Watson variety be- the farms that are opened up seem to J
191$, the same being a legal sales day. duringthe cause they remain sound on the vinesso I,
be fine. Brown lives out .
legal hours of sale all ofthe folowing very
The seeds of
piece tract and body of land the same be long after ripening. that way and has an 80 acre farm, of
ing. lying and situated; in Bradford county. the melons are not the least featurein j
follows which 40 is in cultivation and it is all jo
Florida particularly described as -
; more
for they act
proposition upon
: stumped. Last season his 25 acres of
The N township Seven, Range Twenty-two EastE. in keeping the hogs healthy.He .
M. JOHNS His 10 acres of cotton produced 4,000
Special Master.J. says it is all right to plant melonson pounds of seed cotton and half an acre
C. POPPELL. each alternate ,
the same ground
Solicitor for Complainant l-T-'t. of cane gave them five barrels of sy- Jj

--- i rup. He also has one-fourth acre of j
NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE. I vear.He had band of probably 30 hogson
I a
Notice is hereby given that Thirty days af-' the place, but he was specially I I fine looking berries. I I 4 'j
ter date hereof. I will apply to the Honorable 1 1Geo. I Leaving the main road a mile or so !
A. Gardiner. County Judge of Bradford proud of the four he had in a separate farther on and turning to the west- .

County. Florida for an order to sell at private pen. They were only one year old, ward some distance the splendid farm ,1
sale the undivided one-thirteenth interest !
J t't '
scales 200
the at
each of Ulmer Nipper and Annie May NiPIN'r.1 but they would tip and home of C. M. Phillips is discovered -

minor heirs of S. P. Nipper deceased in and pounds. They were certainly beautiesto way out there in the woods. He t
to the following described lands situate
Bradford county, Florida to-wit: Lot 12 and look at. has 410 acres of which 140 is in cultivation -
loath' half of lot 11. Section (31) and the The day was done and the shades of and all stumped. On 70 acres I I
west half of the southwest quarter of Section night were descending fast when the
((32i all in township (6) south of range 120) homeof of corn he grew 1,000 bushels of corn,
cast containing in all 240 acres more or Traveler reached the hospitable and 30 acres of cotton yielded him 16- j

less Mr. Crews and a most delightful of seed cotton. Three-
I I 1000 I pounds
home with him-
iiTht was spent in his
Guardian for Ulmer and Annie May Nipper !I !I fourths of an acre of cane produced
Minor heirs of S. P. Nipper deceased. : self and family. He is a member of !j 300 gallons of syrup. He has 40 hogs
January ;J.. 1916. 1.28.5t. the board of county commissioners I 1
;' of the Big Bone Guinea breed and 100
PRODUCED ; and a minister of the gospel as wll. has three
CONSERVE FARM head of cattle. He also acres ]
For the benefit of the hog growing
POTASH of berries. lie has quite a nice orange 1

farmers of Bradford county Mr. Crews grove\ of about 75 trees, and last year 1

prescription for keeping hogs well all they yielded 300 boxes. It is two miles .
experienced -
The greatest difficulty ever have' 1
the time is here given: Always
from his place to Sampson lake.
in this state is being encounteredthis
plenty of green pasture for the hogs In the early days before the freeze *

price year of commercitl in the potash potash famine.has gone The to kle run stock on.lime About over once the hogs a week of a sprin-damp I this was one of the best sections of Our Third Carload of Horses and Mules have arrived and i

the state for and vestiges ofi
oranges, 4
so high that it is prohibitive for the morning. Then also about once a week

average farm crops. | dose the hogs in their slops with either the once fine and extensive groves are invite all well broken

P. H. Rolfs doan of the University i copperas or potash. In other words. I I j to be seen on all hands. Surely it is we your inspection. They are young, i ii
that this
I a pity great industry shouldI

calls of Florida College the of Agriculture amounts here is his formula: Keep lice off ,I be forever lost to this part of the j I animals of suitable for all
attention to large the outside and worms out of the inside state. sizes purposes. I
of potash that wasted annually'on i
are and there will never be any sick i I i
the farm.. If these wastages of !j At present there is quite a few cat-
0. that farmer in the
past years could be gathered and used hogs.state of Florida every might come to know ,tle run in this belt of woods about These animals have been carefully selected at the great \:

would be enough Sampson lake. The largest holders
conservatively there are
that it is just as to have healthy
to supply every 'teed of the state for easy M. L. McKinney 150 head, A. L. Cros- St. Louis Stock Market and
I begs as it is to have healthy stock of they arrived in good order. 1
this year._ The ashes on the farmscontain any kind, and this formula will surely by 150 head and C. M. Phillips 100

a large amount of potash. head. Altogether there are fully 5-
do the work all right.
which at the present time is well worth New River I I 600 head of cattle in that section. And,

saving._ It is probable that the ashes strange to say, no effiort has yet been
Leaving Mr. Crews and traveling Now is The Time To 1
from the ordinary fireplace would average eastward on the road to Starke one made vat.to establish Awake a neighborhood dip- Buy Stock

somewhat around 1 per cent pot- 'ping men, to your nei -

ash, according to the dirt they contain. soon comes to New River, and it is cessities and to your great possibilities e 1
some river, too, if one is to judge by : !
'Instead of wasting this potash placeit the great long steel bridge that spans Come in and what have I
on the fetTer pit. At At the junction of the two main see we to offer. j
the stream at this place. the top
Farm animals feed on a large I roads lives George A. Kelley. He has
of the hill the road turns off to the
amount of forage. This is digestedand 60 acres, of which 35 are in cultiva-

the organic matter that goes to south New which River.leads to the little villageof tion. He reports fair crops only.It J. W. ANDREWS & SON j

make up fat and muscle is taken out was the noon hour, but Mr. Kel-
first to to is that of ,
The place come
while the larger portion of the mineral ley missed the opportunity of his life
of Sam C. Crews, a thrifty and indus- ,
matter is voided. By taking care
to entertain angels unaware when he C
the the farm, trious farmer. Here the Traveler and STARKE FLORIDA
manures produced on let Mack and the Traveler go by his 1
old Mack found rest and refreshmentfor
considerable would be saved,
potash house unbidden to dine. But we will .
but by allowing the ashes and the ma- a night. Mr. Crews has 160 acres forgive him this time.

nure to lie out in the rain and leach and is cultivating 70 acres. He has !
Off of 35 of In a short time clouds overcast the I
20 stumped. acres
they become worthless as
quite ..
fertil-I sky and the first rain of the three .
der. of farmers corn last year he harvested 400 bush- NATAL HAY IX June j
A number MAY BE SEEDED sowings will have to eompete prepared land asd covered lightly.
weeks' trip began to swish athwartthe
state appear to have anticipated the els of corn, and 25 acres of cotton buggy underneath the umbrella.But FEBRUARY. with crabgrass and other weeds and Some growers have found it advanta- .L !

present difficulty and have grown yielded 7,000 pounds of seed cotton. He to the may be smothered out before it gets a geous to mix t?* seed with sand so i i
Mack was equal occasion
present: difficulty and have grown has 40 hogs, all graded.J. and in a reasonably short time the' start although once it becomes estab- that a more equal distribution of seed : ;.. .

leguminous crops and saved manures E. Adkins is the next neighbor to courthouse steeple was sighted, and February and June are usually des lished it is capable of smothering oth- may be had. A-jyrike! tooth harrow is 'il

*o that in this time of potash famine the'south. He has 120 acres with 60 ignated as times for seeding natal er plants. too heavy for cov !ring. A brush dragged .f
then it was only a matter of minutes
they are in much better position to in cultivation and 15 stumped. On 30 I 1 before the stable door was reached and grass. Each has its advantages. The Natal sown before- February is apt over the lai\ji is usually enough. !

withstand the difficulty than those acres he grew 250 busheg'of] corn and Mack went under cover out of the great advantage which February seeding to sprout and be injured,by frost. If It is probable that seed sown before ,

who have not conserved these fer- on 14 acres of cotton there were 4,000 storm on double quick time. has, according to A. P. Spencer, sown during the cool weather it will a rain will. needttv further covering. ;

tilizers. pounds of seed cotton. district agent for the University of lie dormant until warm weather and -- 1

The next place is owned by B. J. Yon get all the important national, Florida Extension Division, is that the come up before the weeds get a start. Go to Lane's-and; get your hat at ';

1 )read the 'rrtph-l.W t Year. Sapp. He has 360 acres and has 140 state, county news in the Telegraph. grass win ge tahead of the weeds. The seed should be sown on well cost. zit ;$


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IIf sible relations. Us genuineness and I PROGRESSING RAPIDLY :
success wil largely depend' the '
t upon
following conditions: Hundred Millions to Restore EEDS
f ; County News Items 1. Equality of voting power. the Nation. i i Fifty Counties on Route Spent i'

2. Each member will have one equal __ I Million Dollars Last Year FOR QUALITY
share in all the industries.
r city
Germany is said to be making great : Great Progress Made.
3. Assistance; ; in securing a home
Interesting Facts Gathered During the Week by Our for private ownership.. purchases of copper cotton, wool, lard SEED BEANS
and other products AWe
wheat farm machinery
r. Regular Correspondents. 4. A steady income for the citizensof Fifty counties on the Dixie highway
4 in the markets of the United
this city. which will connect Chicago and Miami,
States. The products according to re- can made immediate
s 5. An equal distribution of surplus Fla., have spent over $1,765,200 in constructing -
ports, are being bcught subject to de- shipment of the New Crap
benefits of profits and numerous other the motor thoroughfare during "
. . livery in Germany "sixty days after 1915 < rov..n Refugee 1000 to
+ benefits.It .
I this neighborhood and he, with his interesting good I the past six months and are preparing -
the ends "on order. Sera Beans and other
I 4. Q family moved in last week.: is the organization's aim to make war or to spend $6,931,000 during the 1 va.rietie -

t e. LONG BRIDGE. We welcome this family, as they will' this a model town, with all the mod- wheat With, all the products exception are of purchases being ware-of I coming year, according to a report :i;.

make the literary and Sunday schools ern comforts and conveniences and made the Dixie highway association

",. -,!. '!. '! '!' ,!. '!. ?. !' '/ '!. '!. + + stronger, there being several young social advantages in its manifold housed in in which close proximity of interned to Atlantic German in Chattanooga, Tenn. As the 50 SEED POTATOES ;

Misses Mamie Denmark, Elva and people in the family. forms. Dr. Gluck expects to start ports, scores counties reporting to the association
merchantmen at No. 4 r ,
Era Crews and Mr. Green, of Starke The singing convention of Bradford this new city with an all German colony are swinging represents less than a third of the total Sp'ulrling's .

motored over to Long Bridge Saturdayand county will meet with the Free Will in the near future. anchor.In farm circles there is counties that are crossing by the road I f: Rose

; attended the debating society on Baptist church of this place the second machinery that links North and South it would r.
., .. .. an unauthenticated report that an Red Bliss Triumph
I Saturday night, also Sunday school Sunday in February. Everyone invited .i' i .t > '; ; i : !' order of small tractor engines, built not be unreasonable to estimate that Early ,

: Sunday afternoon. to come and brir.g a well-filled!! approximately $5,300,000 has been expended
Messrs. B.1.. Bryan and Condra basket. .* WOODLAWN PARK.J for farm work, had been delivered News ac- on the Dixie highway to date All leading varieties of i'
Johns, of Raiford, attended the Long Mrs. N. H. Stokes and daughter, C tually on shipboard Newport and that $20,793,000 will be used to Farm; Field and Garden t-

Bridge debating society Saturday Elsie, visited Mrs. Eugene Douglass,. '! ;. ,; '!' ,; !' ,?, !. '! !. .!' and is now transmission.in the hold of the boat put the thoroughfare in shape in 1916. Seeds Write for catalog! and ;I

I night. cf ElHsville! recently. Mr. J. C. Rowe visited relatives at awaiting Purchases have been carried on with j 1! When it is considered that the Dixie weekly price :
: Miss Miriam Adkins came home Sheriff Denmark made a business Maxville Saturday and Sunday.Mr. routed only eight months
highway was
of the im-
'I' from Lake Butler Friday to attend the call in this burg last week.M. H. S. Norman visited at Lake utmost secrecy by agents Negotiations have ago, the progress made in its construc- E. A.. .\ list.,1\,1
\ pinder shelling at her home Friday M. Hale of Dukes was shaking: Butler Friday and Saturday.Mr. government.under various 1 tion is remarkable. The large mileageof :20V! East
been carried guises.
i f night, returning Sunday afternoon. hands with friends on our streets last I E. L. Crews and son were trans There indications on that the products permanent roads built or under con- Jacksonville: Florida.
She is attending high school. Friday.Mr. acting business in Jacksonville Sat- ''
tract is indication of the wonderful
\ f I Messrs. Everett Johns and Henry \ Guy Phillips made a business ; urday. already purchased or ordered aggreI .' an t 6
such short
advancement made in a I
Taylor, of Raiford. attended th.e Long trip to Providence last week.W. Mr.: Claud Addison, of Jacksonville,.I gate close to 8100,000,000.when Two lead The 50 counties referred to, report that x .

j! Bridge Sunday school Sunday after- 0. W. installed their new offi- I' spent the week end here as the guestof verify ing German this figure bankers stated cautiouslythat asked to nearly I one-tenth of the distance either,it i
for the last The relatives
cers year Saturday. and friends.
is paved or will be paved before an- J
noon.Mr.. Alonzo Norman, of Wateroak, Grove has had a steady growth since Mr. Sam Addison, who has: been visiting "it might amount to that figure. i.,!
rolls around.
other Using only
Summed briefly the purchasing j year a.
attended Sunday school at Long Bridge its organization. I' here returned home to Jacksonville up 1 I I
operations of the secret agents so far| multiple of two to represent the other
i Sunday. Saturday. 1 1I 1i
.... to have been follows 112 counties, it can be seen that a good
i Don forget tho prayer meeting every !' !; : '! ; -s. !' + part of the road is or will be of a
Wednesday night at 6:30 also o0 vibe Saturday and Sunday.Mr. Copper-Approximately 50,0005000
All of it is for in permanent type of construction.The .
pounds. delivery
Sunday school every Sunday afternoon. HAMPTON. () Mark Addison, of Raiford, spent s
".sixtda's the of preparations: being: made for
after end
"invited. 4> <;' Germany
Everybody cordially Sunday here the of relatives. '
; The subject for the debate Saturday i, + 'I. vt, ,;. -;> 4> -;.. ;- ,S> (;> .;. ... + Mrs. D. N. Rowe is visitinj at Bald- the war." even greater progress along this lire'('

night, February 5th, is, "Resolved Strawberries and green peas are becoming win this week. Cotton-Best information is that are highly gratifying to the officials of

That the negroes have been more plentiful here, and the truck )Ir. G. W. Woods visited at Lake 500,000 bales of this staple have been! the Dixie Highway association. Several I'

:. cruelly treated by the Americans than farmers are wearing smiles. Butler Saturday and Sunday. bought in the South. divisions of the thoroughfare are
rotds for their entire
the Indians." Rev. John Mullady returr.edlon- Mrs. W. L. Johns who has been visiting I Wool-Estimates vary as to the num planing paved

, We are glad to know that Mrs. J. B. day, after having spent a week in a relatives! at St. George Ga., re ber of pounds of wool that have been : stretch, the most notable of these "
: Crews is improving. We hope to see series of meetings in Alachua county.I turned home Monday. I warehoused. I being the links from Chicago to Danville
1 Rev. able Lard-Buying operations in lard I 111.; from Toledo to Cincinnati I
: her up again soon. Summers delivered an ser- Misses Ola Mathis Debbie Phillips, '
l Mr. 0. T. Crews was a business visitor mon at the Methodist church Sunday attended the union meeting at Baptist have centered around Chicago for !! 0.; from Jacksonville to Miami, Fla.,

I to Starke last Friday. evening.E. church at Maxville Saturday and Sun some time. Purchases have been made and from Tallahasse to Bartow, Fla.

Mr. M. J. Epperson was a business J. King and Miss Effie Belle day. I with caution until recently, when they The reports of states show that in

visitor to Lake Butler last Saturday. Hicks attended the Sunday School Mr. J. S. Korman was transacting became: more or less open.VbeatPurchl'ses. seven out of the 18 counties of Kentucky J i'

Mrs. Julia Starbin, of Apopka, is Convention at Campville last Friday, business in Lawtey Monday. \ ,' while believedto there has been expended $135: ,
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Saturday and Sunday. i run into the millions of bushels, 000. In Ohio, eight counties out of 12 i

J. B. Crews this week.A Miss Ada Nimmo was a business I." ... .. .., '., .. ., .. fe., ..... .. 0.. .. .. ,... .., are of uncertain extent. The operations and exclusive of Hamilton county, of J. R. DAVIS & CO.
party of young people of the visitor to Gainesville Saturday. II I $ are on a cash_basis. I I I I which 'Cincinnati is the county seat, j

Long Bridge community are anticipating Mrs. P. J. Pearce Mrs. 0. Haynes I:; GRAHAM *I Farm machinery-Buying of farm;, have spent $338,000. Five counties: STARKE, FLA.

attending the school closing at and her charming daughter Miss Em- i machinery started in a small way out of 22 in Florida spent $601,0001 I .-; -

Raiford Friday, February 4th. mie, spent Monday in Waldo, the'' ] .i.. *.v., I .. .. ..., v., .: -.., *.. *. ;.. .:., .... j about six months ago and has been 1' on the Dixie highway in the past six ] .Oai11 ......-.-.-.-.-..-
It has been months. Four counties out of five in ;
i, -- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bun Haynes.Mrs. Irish potatoes are being planted and gradually enlarged. con *
,: 1> + 1> $ 1> $ $1> Kate Anderson, of Dayton, 0., there will be about 150 acres at Graham 1! fined mostly to plants making tractor Illinois, not including Cook county, re- ,
0 1 spent Monday and Tuesday here.T. this season. engines of a size suitable for farm port a total of $252,000 for road im- | Strawberry Re- j :

I'J NEW ZIOX. 0 I M. Cauthen and Nathan Petit, of Elder John Mullady preached last work. I I: provement. Ten counties out of 24 in
,;, 0 : Waldo, were visitors here Monday. I Besides the purchases enumerated:1 Georgia spent $95,000.
Saturday night and Sunday night to a I Boxes
O44 i> J7 OOe i <;. <;. $ ?'e>i Representatives of the Florida Sunday large audience. large quantities of other products I i: In the 50 counties reporting to the ; frig rator !| |

Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith were the School Association spent Tuesday Rev. B. T. Rape, of Waldo, preacheda I which will be necessary in the rehab- association provisions have been made
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Ham-I here, and arranged for a meeting to fine sermon at the Methodist church ilitation of Germany at the end of the for spending $6,931,000 on the Dixie .

mons last Sunday I be held at the Masonic hall Feb. 25th. Sunday at 3 o'clock. i destructive conflict have been brought highway in 1916. This amount is divided f Safes, Refrigerators, Mission *

Mr. and Mrs. W. Brookers motored' W. G. Seals & Co., bankers, have incorporated -, Mrs. Walker, of Hastings, is spending and placed in warehouses pending ship-', by states follows: ; Porch

over to Mr. J. R. Nettles last Saturday I I as a state bank, and are this week with her mother, ment orders.In I Florida.$2,505,000.y : J Furniture. Swings etc. Z .

afternoon. We are glad to report that'' now chartered as the Hampton State I Stone. DSrs.l, the long list of products are man Illinois?.. 1250000. : .

the latter is improving slowly from a''II Bank. R. W. Surrency killed the largest essential to manufacturers and from i!, Ohio......... 1204000. I 1 I BOAT BUILDING AND

. I severe case of illness. Mrs. Mary E. Reddish of Jackson- hog at Graham; it weighed 408 pounds.S. which Germany has been cut off since; Tennessee... 924,000. f

I Among those who attended the un- villa was the guest of her daughter,I B. Woodard has moved to The- the entente allies blockaded the seas. j Kentucky.... 765,000. i Retiring A Specialty

ion meeting at Olustee church last Mrs. B..J. Johns, during the week. I ressa. Georgia ..... 151,000. I i
: Sunday from this section were Mr. and i H. Bristow, postmaster at Theressa, Just received a fine assortment of i, Indiana 126,000. w
Strawberries to .
are beginning
ripen.S77i Buist's Garden =___ _. __ t General -
Mrs. J. D. Smith, Mr. Leon Smith, : was transacting businees here Mon I Seed in bulk-Corn,!|I ? ? i Jobbing
; Miss Ruby Smith and Masters John day. : FROM ACRE OF PEPPERS. beans and smaller seeds-N. B. Hull.I I Is your furniture insured? If. :i :

- nie Hammons and Ressie Smith. I I Lacy Kickliter, an enterprising J.B.RONEY :
' Mr. Tate Harden was passing J> $ <* <* / <> $> < + ? *> <$ -3> farmer who lives a short distance from Sires OW :orei, otter Htietfies Wsn'i Cart not why not? Ask J. R. Davis .'

through here last week things 0 the city limits, demonstrated that the The worst cases, no matter of how long standing, & Co. for :
r.j I getting are cured by the wonderful old reliable Dr.Peter's rates or call phone : R3.ROl14
i I in order on his farm at the Tison 4) HIGHLAND. soil around Stuart is adaptable to Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves l f j Kingsley Like Road Surke. FU. sN
place. < > growing all kinds of whenhe Piis and Ilea:'at the same tits*. 25c.: S9c,$:'oa. No. 99. :
< 6, 6, ,i, fr it, A fc ft "tJ 4. 4i.. vegetables : ...N**.4NN........4wd
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Mr. Leon Smith and sister, Ruby, sold one acre of peppers in the
r attended church at Lulu last Satur Mr. C. N. Williamson of Jacksonville field to a local shipper for $575.00 Optimistic Thought FEDERAL AID FOR FLORIDA -- '-. -

1 day night. was; transacting business here Prior to this sale, Mr. Kickliter had I Prosperity gives js friends but adversity I

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tomblin visited :Wednesday and Friday. gathered and shipped something over proves thornAEROPLANE $300,000 Granted For Fighting CitrusCanker .

the later's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. j I Quite a number from our burg attended S200worth: of peppers, and it is said -- in This State. i COMER L PEEK ..

U. Hammons last Sunday. j the Black Creek union meeting from good authority that the local SERVICE. I Florida Real Estate, Land and .
,, Messrs. Drew Beasley and Leon It Maxville Friday, Saturday and Sun shipper will at least double the amount ; % .

Smith attended the party ct Mr. Fea- day. Among them were Mesdames paid before the crop is gathered which Announcement cf the operation of WASHINGTON D. C., Jan. 21.- Timber Expert. .

I gles last Thursday night. I II John Mirelo, H. C. Wimberley, M. will make something over 1275.00 regular aeroplane service between Miami I (Special-Three) Hundred thousand .

Mr. S. W. Allen and sisters, Misses Wilkinson; Misses Agnes Wilkinson realized off of one acre of land. i and Palm Beach was made by F. dollars as an emergency appropriationwith 83 years El erience at Starke. ;

I Amelia and Lily were visitors' at Rosie Wilkinson, Rena, Florence and i' Mr. Kickliter states that $150 would C. G. Eden, a representative of the I which to carry on the work of .

Lake Butler last Wednesday.Mr. Ella Marr, Ethel Ricks, Maggie and cover all expenses, including work by'' Curtiss aeroplane company, who spent eradicating citrus canker during the .
and Mrs. J. D. Smith \lt\icd\ Florence Crews; Messrs. George Wilkinson : himself and team, preparing the soil. | the day in Miami recently investigating j: next five months was carried in the -- ,'
friends and relatives at Lake Butler Max Wimberley: D. L. Rigby, seed, planting and fertilization. He local conditions in reference ,I urgent deficiency bill, which passed To Drive Oot Malaria
last E. Wilkinson and others. I further stated that I the House And Build Up The System
Wednesday. ; he thought that to flying. Mr. Eden stated that !;l today, with the prospect
Mr. J. F. White, of Lawtey, was a i this acre would yield at least I dUiors con- that it will be increased Take the Old Standard GROVE'STASTELESS
1,200 here ideal perhaps to
were and that he : ,
4. ;. 4. /;> ;> v > > fa & At fy <> business visitor here f chill TONIC. You know
'o.'o 'o" Friday.Mr. I crates and that he had gathered prior would make his first trip Monday or'': a half million dollars, when it reachesthe
I E' 0I Joe Brown, of Lawtey, visitedour I what you &TS taking, as the formula is f
THERESSA. ,., to selling 100 crates a day. Tuesday of next week, coming down Senate. The canker provision was printed on every label, showing it is
I I I G n townIonday. When practical men get busy in a'from': Palm Beach where his aeroplane adopted unanimously, a remarkable Quinine ac
t 1 ;. 1" 1. '!' '!' ;. .... ... 1 I }Ir. H.: C. Net: and C. F. Register practical way in this county and grow '[ is at the present time. He will probably thing being that Republican Floor The Quinin* drives out malaria, the
returned their homes Jacksonville!!
to in
I I enough stuff for their Leader Mann Iron builds bp lie 50 cents l
,: I own consump- locate in Miami later on, doinga and former Speaker Can- system.
Messrs. J. J. J. L. Gufford
Zeigler, after two weeks
1 Saturday, tion, and then supply the outside world regular passenger business with his non both spoke in its favor. -- -
and D. J. Phillips were transacting here. ,
I' Palm Beach county and Stuart will became machine.Mr. WIIEX STARKE PEOPLE
,business in Starke Wednesday. :Messrs. Strass and Boring, of Jacksonville as famous for truck at it is now : Eden, who is I LAST WEEK'S BERRY SHIPMENTS ,
Mr. G. M. Bennett and son, Arthur, were here from Thursday a young Englishman -
I nn-
l'j I for
fishing.-Stuart .
I Messenger. ,, was accompanied on the trip by Publicly Tefiify, It's Evidence Not to
metropolis Friday.
til; Saturday on a hunting trip. While
1 1 I
his mother Be
t Messrs. J. W. Batten, A. L. Sullivan here they stoped with Mr. and Mrs. Banker N. T. Ritch has had installed Lady Auckland. They Fifty bushels of strawberries were :

I T. B. Pinholster, G. M. Bennett Fred Lang. by the Quigley Lumber and Sup- and have spent some time in alm Beach shipped from Starke last week, Saturday's -:[

and his daughter, Miss Ruby, attend Miss Betta Wimberly returned home ply Co.. an iron automatic gate, at state that several people gave shipment of 20 bushels being When residents of Starke are willing

4, ed the union meeting at Mt. Sinai near Sunday, after a two weeks' visit with I his residence on North Walnut street, them adverse reports of Miami in their:I the heaviest so far this season for one to recommend Doan's Kidney ,
Graham. relatives at Madison. which enables him to open and close efforts to get them located at other I day. Good many quarts are sold daily Pills in th:$ paper, is there any good i

Mr. and Mrs. Horace May visited Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and children, the gate without leaving his car. places. However they declare they. to the passengers of passing trains. reason try kidney, backache or bladder -

t friends at Hampton Sunday.Mr. Winifred and Maxwell, were visitors are delighted with this place. Lady The price of berries on the platform remedy:that is not as well recom-

T. B. Pinholster spent the week to Jacksonville Sunday. One of our new things is a hand Auckland stated that, in companny last week averaged 15 cents a quart,. mended? .

with his parents near Brooker. R. L. Black, of Gainesville, was hereon ':, some, long panel photograph, absolutely with her son, she left England and though a few crates brought $6. I I Mrs. M.:Johns, Starke, says: "I

f Mr. and Mrs. R. Sullivan and Mr a business trip Monday.Mr. up to the minute in style and qual- came t othe United States about two I was bothered by kidney disorders and

and Mrs. J. P. Summers visited relatives Ira Butler went to Jackson ity. A very charming and dainty portrait years ago. Another son was recentlly will Would you like one? A mill that suffered frm backache and severe

at Theressa Sunday. ville Sunday to spend a few days with at a popular price. Be sure to killed in battle in Europe.I grind your own horse, cow, hog pains in m;J limbs. I used two boxesof
his brother: C. C. Butler. see it. The Hoover Bros. Studio. will make regular trips once ev- and chicken feed. Use cobs and all,I Doan's J kidney Pills with the best
. .f. ery week between Miami and Palm no waste, and they cost only a trifle. of results. They relieved the kidney

A State of Lucaa Ohio city County of Toledo, I.I8- '*-I Beach," said Mr. Eden "and if the Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. .I difficulty aid removed the backacheand I
'i MILLER. > Model City Planned business warrants it trips will be pains."J Statement March
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he li made ( given 1.
S { 4s 0 A large tract of land situated southeast eenlor partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney :i twice a week." RHEUMATISM ARRESTEDMany 10, 1911)). | _
. . . of Highland in Clay county has A lcCo Co., ,County doing business and State In the aforesaid.1 T d'I:1'I The QuInine Over Three Years Later I

s Mrs. T. S. Langford has been quitesick been purchased by Dr. Asher R. Gluck,I that HUNDRED said firm will pay the sum of ONE an Because of its That tonic Does and laxative Not Affect The Head. people suffer the tortures of Mrs. John said: "Doan's Kidney t
but glad to report at this of 1533 Milwaukee Ave., Chicago 111. DOLLAR3 for each and ev BRO.MO effect LAXATIVE lame muscles and
E we are frY cose c: Catarrh that c.'nnot be cured QUININE eVterth.nordm stiffened joints because Pills have ftiven me a lot of good and .
I time she is improving. for the purpose of building a city by the use of IIAT.I/S CAT.MIRHCTOE. SSS.Vl'1 head.! roes Remembet not "Ds Mrs Wainright, of Wateroak, is where people will own all public utilities r-\X; j. CHENEY. loot for the ores voce of 3. the w. full name and attack seems man acute until
S"'ch before GRO"E.c highly I this medicine
; n-j cad : now Jis ever. praise -
suiwr'bed:' In rheumatism
Y visiting her daughters, Mesdames H. factories, hotels stores, etc., the tih; d17 of -- invaded the whole system. .
TyTrT rCe' December NEAR To arrest whenever I have the opportunity. -
DEPOT-odds rheumatism it it im 1
quite u
C. Peeples and J. L. Brown. which will belong to the people in gen and ends in ." ;
(Sc--) A. TT. :!'. .\.SOtf.iTs furniture, dishes, stoves, etc. New portant to general health t
while withher
t Miss Hiers is spending a Tal. \\it.uy PU! Ue. and second hand. TIlE VARIETY to purify your blow,and the cod liver oil Price 50 tents at all dealers. Don't tr
daughter, Mrs. H. S. Miller. This new city will have Highland as Ij Catarrh. Cure li tat: ,cn It"r.l: :y SHOP. in Scott Emulsion is nature'.great blood- simply ask for a kidney remedy-get r}
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y rn b'Md
attended the union its center and will be of benefit r.rr..1- maker, while its
H. C. Peeples great rn"-. r'r' -r3 tis system. Send l:r medicinal nourishment Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that
meeting at Lake Butler Saturday.Geo. fo about one thousand families, who tcrtlraonlals.! frf'e.r Shoes at Leviton's.! strengthens the organs to expel the Mrs. ihad.
W. Harrison, of near Gainesville will work together for the common .. J. cntX1:7. ,, ,i Cr, ;'oel1O.. impurities and upbuild your strength. Johns Foster MHburn Cc jt
F M J-r '! r:""' -" *s. TTi.B :- J. M. Scott's Emulsion Props., Buffalo, N. Y. (1
Truby has fence
has purchased a plantation in good, where labor, capital and patron > %'a:;tu .:lx r:...a fur caralpay_ built around his premises.had a new I J everyday who could is not helping find other thousands relict 1fj 1

Keftue the alcoholic sabsdtates.i Read th ;Telezraph-$1.50 a peas \;

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