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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 11, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Established- 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75 Cents. Payable In Advance. E. S. Matthews, Ediiu t and Proprietor. '

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VOLUME 38. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11,1916. ,' NUMBER 32.


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I COMMISSIONERS GRANT NEW ELECTION Florida9s Large STARKE IMPROVEMENT BNDS(}




DISTRICT NO. 11 FOR GRAHAM Convict FarmA SOLD FOR A HANDSOME;PREMIUM




TELEGRAPH AWARDED TAX -I BROUGHT FRACTION OVER ,I

PRESIDENT'S PEACE REPRESENTATIVE MENDENHALL CASE GOES
SALE PRINTING FOR YEAR
7 PER CB\IT\ =
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HAS FAILED Model Penal Institution, TO THE SUPREME COURT ,


Commissioners Purchase $500 Worthof Show Pia eel of the State and John Burnham 'fc.Co., of Chicago, 111. I r

Stock in Bradford County Colonel House Went to Europeto Though Time For Appeal Was :1
Were the Successful: Bidders-Immediate
the Pride of Bradford
Fair Association.At Sound Nations on the County Allowed to Lapse, No Pa)rntnt Provided For. 1

Terms of Peace. Trouble Occurred.The I

10 o'clock a. m. February 7th, That Starke1 !Ifcis fully established 1
the board of county commissioners A few weeks ago the Telegraph con- also runs a dynamo for electric lights. her
reputation Sine of the
was called to order by Chairman J. B. LONDON, Feb. 3.-Colonel House, tained an incomplete sketch of the Water taps and lights are found ev- case of John Mendenhall, convicted -' in Florida as best towns z

Crews. All members present, to-wit: personal representative of President Florida State Convict Farm, near Rai- erywhere; the water is very good, of the murder of Susie Elliott and character was s own by the number i
the bids
of
S. T. Dowling, D. W. Pinholster, A. H. Wilson, came to Europe on the invitation ford, and we promised to give a more having no trace of lime or sulphur. of Tampa, and under sentence of life Tuesday night f<* .the issue submitted of 1
Williams and J. L. Underhill. of Germany to sound the belli- full description of it at some future Fire hose, buckets and chemical fire imprisonment, has gone to the Supreme 000 of r $-12,- ,
sewer and *> bonds
aving author-
Minutes of last meeting read and gerents on the possibility of peace. date, as this place is worth the most extinguishers are found at_ frequent Court of Florida, and Thomas ized
by an held last .J 9
October.
approved.The This information has been secured by minute treatment. Sunday a couple of intervals, for subduing of possible Palmer, chief counsel for Mendenhall, There election "

unfinished business laid over the International News Service from members of the Telegraph staff engaged fires. Telephones are also frequent, has twenty days for filing of his brief sealed bids were unless tt.'ae than seventeen "
bonds
for
from last meeting was taken up and I. a very high source. The suggestionto Mr. J. 0. Fralick, who keeps a and a cold storage plant.will be builtin of evidence. Col. Palmer returned Friday dozen or mOl e )f1the bond and houses half had a

disposed of as follows: The petition President Wilson to secure views good Ford car for hire to take them to the near future. from Tallahassee, where he ar- their "
in
upon which peace proposals could be the Mr. Fralick drove at good ranged for the appeal. Judge 0. K. representatives present person "1
asking the board to place the name of place. a We were then shown the hospital, to look aft'r*their interests.
William II. Bailey upon the pauper based was made informally by Count clip, and we were through Heilbronn \the operating room, the drug sto'eaud Reeves, trial judge in the Mendenhallcase I After readi ''.and considering the '.

roll. Said application referred to D. von Bernstorff through Secretary Lansing before we knew that the speed limit I the doctor's office. Dr. Drew has certified the transcript ofj bids the council)g warded the entire (

W. Pinholster for investigation, reported who transmitted it to the Presi- here was fixed at 20 miles an hour. j ;I'andley, son of Mr. T. B. Handler, of testimony. I sue to John Bjrgham & Co., of -

that he had investigated and dent.It. After whizzing over the bridges of the Kaiford, i is the physician. A learned Mendenhall is in jail at Ocala, having cago, 111., at a premium of a is"I"I f.

found that he was getting $15 per was also learned that German Vateroak, the Alligator and NewRiver looking man, arrayed in stripes, is the been removed there some time ago above 7 per anti; Their bid for f

month from the state, being a Confederate peace emissaries have been busy in all we turned to the left and on a doctor's assistant. As wen as a layman by Sheriff Whitehurst of Pinellas coun- I $42,000:: of bomb -vas $45,097 with
accrued -
veteran. Upon motion and the neutral European capitals duringthe rood; road rode up to the "quarters" can understand it, the apparatusand ty on account of inadequate facilitiesat interest to the date of delivery t

second application refused. last six months. Colonel House of the State Farm. instruments were sufficient. Clearwater for holding the numberof and to fo; tie engraving of the r
pay
Petition presented asking that the first conferred with the British cabi- We were lucky to meet the superintendent Among the latter was a costly com- prisoners on hand at the time. He bonds. The bill, Sailed! for immediate I"

name of Dock Wood be placed upon net, then with the German government. Captain D. W. Purvis, at pound microscope. The stock of drugswas is said to be in good spirits. Col. Pal- delivery, all legal formalities having

pauper roll. Upon motion and second I He is now in Paris, but will again once and procured his permission tosee enough for any small town. mer stated last night that he had not been already pci formed to their sat-
ordered that he come to London before returning to about the place. Foreman seen his client for a month.
petition granted and everything The last :Mr. Green showed us was isfaction. : S'
be paid $2 per month. America. It is believed here that his B. S. Smith was detailed to take the apparatus for heating water for Though the attorneys for Menden The bids in detail were as'follows:

The monthly allowance of A. J. mission has been a failure. us in hand, and he showed us through I+ the establishment, located in a cellar. hall allowed the time for an appeal to Spitzer, Rorik& Co., Toledo, Ohio, \ ,

Braiden raised from $2 toI per some; of the buildings and lots outside Mr. Green, our courteous guide, is lapse, there was no effort on the partof $43,600 and acc i.d interest to date of '/ -
the State's
authorities to
month. WASHINGTON, Feb. 3.-In the absence -: the stockade. We saw the splen- the "whipping boss" of the place. The preventthe delivery. p

Petition presented to the board ask- of the President officials refusedto did $3,000 stallion of the coach horse I reporter asked him how often he has appeal being made. Gunter & ayers, Jacksonville, r
There in the
ing that the name of Mrs. Daisy Bax- discuss reports of the failure of the breed, imported from Germany, also a to officiate during a month, and he saida can DC no action case Fla., $43,785 and}accrued interest to :

ter be placed upon pauper roll. Upon House peace mission. Much interestwas Kentucky jack of very large size, although dozen times on the average, which by the Supreme court within fortydays date of delivery. J '
at the least. The defense I
motion and second, petition refused. manifested at the State Department only 2\'s years old. There area I speaks well for the behavior of the very John Burnham ,t Co., Chicago, $45- .
has in which to file briefs and
Bill presented by J. M. Shaw for and at the German embassy, but score of fine mares on the place, used I 750 prisoners. Ten stripes is the lim- I twenty 097, accrued inteilst to date of delivery .J ;

work done on public road amounting to comment was refused. It is admitted, for light work and saddling, and I it each time. I I then in the prosecution's briefs must be and engraving 4jf bonds. I I'
filed If there
$10.50. Upon motion payment refused. mule raising will be one of the industries -! [ twenty days. are no Barnett Nation Q! Bank Jacksonville
however, at the German embassy that in the yard hundreds of prisoners i briefs of reply the case may be taken !
the A I accred
; pursued on place. very $44,288 and : interest to date 4
Colonel House had been afforded stood listening to a talk by Captain i by the court shortly after the filing j
Application made by: J. B. Dowling every fine hull of the polled Angus breed was pup of delivery. 4
Purvis. The talk
calculated to
him 50 cents in Berlin to learn the led out for inspection and we also was I I of the state's briefs. Should an
asking the board to allow opportunity our appeal to their better feelings. Cap- be ordered time W. L. Slayton 4: Co., Toledo, Ohio, .
per day for each county convict fed by views of Germany.UNFAVORABLE. I saw some fine work oxen raised on the tain Purvis sympathizes with the unfortunates -i loral will be argument more $43,381 and aconfcd interest to date
second place. The mule lot is well stocked necessary. "r
him. On motion and applica- under his charge, and aimsto of delivery. f f _
tion laid over until next meeting of] CONDITIONS with large, well fed and well groomed make them better men instead of 1 RAILROAD I COMMISSION AT- Hanchett Bond !Co., Chicago, $43-
board. mules for the heavy work. In pens 357 and accrued i i.fcerest to date of de ""
DEPRESS BERRY PRICES worse. To look at his masculine face,j : '
L. and were five immense hogs for fattening. | TORNEY VISITS STARKE livery. *
Petition signed by D. Phillips burnt brown< by the sun, no one wouldever j I
others asking for a public road to None of these was over two years old, suspect that he could be overcome. Bolger, Mosser
commence at a point on the Lawtey Distributors Write That Fruit but each would probably dress 400 by his,feelings, yet when he ended his ;! $45,150 and accnpd interest to date I
pound The stock in charge of 'Came to Familiarize Himself of *
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and Lake Butler road at D. L. Phillips'place are talk he tried in vain to restrain his' delivery.

and to run south the 10 acre Arrives too Green to Command Mr. J. II. McCrane.We tears. Still let no one believe that With Strawberry Transportation F. F. Fuller Co; Cleveland, $44,241 rand

line to a point across Wateroak Ready Sale. were then turned over to Mr. his tender heart ever interferes with I accrued interest: to date of deliv

swamp to a stake numbered 55, thencein II. L. Green, who took up inside the duty. In an instant he can change to I Situation. ery. I

a southerly direction to the NW stockade. The place has about CO the stern prison warden and will go i, J. R. Southorlin-i-., Kansas City,

corner of NEVi of NEU of Section 5, The berry markets are showing the trusties, who are given comparative to any length in upholding discipline. ]j i Hon. Don McMullen, attorney for 110.13,120, accrued' interest and en- I P ,!

Tp. 6, S. R. 22 East, thence south influence of unfavorable weather con- freedom, but those inside the stock- And that discipline is perfect can be i the Florida Railroad Commission, was graving of bonds.

along the quarter mile line to the NW ditions North and the inferior qualityof ade are kept under strict guard. We seen on every hand.A I I here Monday to familiarize himself John Neuveen & Co. Chicago, $43,-

corner of NEVi of NEVi of Sec. 29, fruit that comes on at this season. were taken through the quarters of the prisoner wha had probably beena with the strawberry transportationI 120 and accrued in West to date. )

Tp. 6, S. R. 22 East, according to map white men, the negro men, the negro Heard National :*Bank, Jacksonville,
Candioto, Barr & Co., successors to Ireacher-for good men go wron I situation. Mr. McMullen came here at .
attached to said position. Upon moon M. Fugazzi, of Cincinnati, write the women and the white women. The lat- sometimes-addressed a few eloquentwords the suggestion of E. S. Matthews and $42,912 and accrued interest. ,. r

and second the petition accepted and Bank of Starke under date of Febru- ter, we areg lad to say, numbered only to his audience. Then Rev.I was met in a conference by Messrs. Atlantic National Bank, Jacksonville f ,

ordered filed, and it was further order- ary 5th that berries arriving from holf a dozen. Every, department was Overstreet came and preached the Enoch Griffis, A. A. Smith and J. H. $43,541.50 and accrued interest 's -

ed that the clerk of said board prepare Starke are too green and are hard to kept scrupulously clean; the beds regular Sunday morning sermon.I Moore, of Lawtey, J. M. Truby and C. to J.date of delivery t ,
B.
and have posted upon said line as move. They add that the supply of ripe were good and probably cleaner than Though the prisoners were not com- S. Durling, of Starke, who from long McCreary $45,570 and accrued -

designated in written notices for 30 fruit from South Florida is rather am- those found in the average boarding pelled to attend the services, all of experience are thoroughly familiar interest. This bid was submittedas =.

days. ple and that the less mature stock from house; sanitary drinking cups, lavatories them apparently, except those who had'I'I with the berry transportation proposi- part of a propraition covering the ;

Petition signed by L. C. Smith and here does not give satisfaction when and toilets in plenty. At one work to do, were in attendance. A tion.I construction work sjnd the council gave

others asking the board of county i the buyer has the chance to select be- end of each room these convenienceswere person not used to such scenes foundit I The whole situation was discussed preference to the straight bid for the l ,
bonds
situated and floor there made by Johh
the Burnham
commissioners to grant and create tween ripe and half-ripe fruit. was a strange experience to mingle with with Mr. McMullen and he assured the Powell & Co. i ;

election district No. 11, voting pre- The Bank of Starke has been receiving of concrete. Overhead were a numberof I a multitude of stripe-arrayed men,I members of the conference that the 625 Garard & Co., Chicago, $43- f \3
accrued interest
shower baths and tubs with to
cinct to be Graham. Description of wires from Philadelphia this hath who were keenly watched by armed matter would be taken before the Interstate date of deliv- ;
hot and cold water abundant. ery and engraving the bonds.
proposed district No. 11, as follows:: week. The prices have been 20 to 23 I were men in the towers. Every prisonerhad I Commerce Commission justas U
Begin at the SE corner of Section 34, cents for crates and 20 to 25 for The plumbing was good and had been his clothes marked with his nameor soon as a date for a hearing can be Sidney Spitzer & Co., Toledo, Ohio, I '
open done by the prisoners, so was also the $44,255.40 and accrued interest to
date
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East running north on section number emblem to' .
Range 21 refrigerator box stock. r. or some so as arranged.In of delivery.
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line to NE corner of Sec. 15, electric wiring seen everywhere. In not get his clothes exchanged in the :i discussing the situation Mr. Mc
Under date of February 8th H. E. fact all the work the Cummings, Pruden &
on place, except Co., Toledo
of Section ,
thence west to NW corner laundry. Some of the men sported Mullen told those present that the Interstate -
I Ohio
Schwitters & Sons of New York $43,877
the planning had been done by aifd accrued interest
13, Range 20 East, thence south on I leg irons. Some wore glasses and looked Commerce Commission had i date to
write the Bank of Starke as follows: convicts for 750 from all I of delivery.
men
,
section line to Santa Fe river, then to among I like educated men. There were some months ago made a decision that
east be- "We thought we would drop a line classes there must be many trades.i !I Steiner Bros)!, Birmingham, Ala.,
follow river to Section :34: to more boys and gray-bearded men- seems to fit the situation here exactly,
ginning. Upon motion and second petition and give you berry conditions and There are machinists, blacksmiths, carpenters I what interesting phases of life might but that the Pennsylvania railroad, with$42,000 and accrued interest to date I

granted.Pension outlook at the present time. Prices ] shoemakers, tailors, barbers, le l Earned:: from the lot! against whom the order was entered provision for pyament to them of '
from 15 to 25 cents quart etc. We saw a barber busy clipping 'a fee for conducting formalities incident
per
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range
had carried the matter into the courts I
claims of Mrs. Huldah Tho- Purvis himself took
Captain
now
for the refrigerator box berries. Seldom wool off some colored men. It was us |I to issuance of the bonds. These .. .. f'
and C. M. Kelley approved and< in hand. We first went to the bakery. and that the principle involved would
mas exceeded. done b the kind of for people evidently do not know
is the 25 cent price :: clippers used I' much of t
I not be settled until the court
the ordered sent to State Pen- There as everywhere else scrupulous supreme .
same Most of these refrigerator boxes, in 1 horses, but it was good enough. The has Starke. The (ward of trade ought to
of the United States passed
sion Board. tlnnnliness prevailed. Barrels of flour uponit. :
fact fully CO per cent of them, are of sewerage cf the place is perfect and enlighten them. In the swift company
Bond of A. T. :Mizell for deputy sheriff I rnd meal were mixed in huge troughsand that it got mixed ;
ordinary quality. There was a car i is of the most approved kind. up with their bid
baked in large brick ovens. The In the case mentioned by Mr. Mc- 1
for Bradford county approved.The looked about like the;
of open crate berries from the Plant I I The convicts are allowed to make thirty cents that
budget of road and bridge fund City section today which sold from 18 and sell a few things to bring them a I place was fragrant; with the odor of :Mullen an oil company in Pennsylvania we have all heard) about.
good fresh bread, and the loaves andgreat ; had represented to the InterstateCommerce :
in far it relates to work of free : Some of the
so as selling buyers stated
to 23 cents, about a dozen crates little 1 present
pocket money. They buy -
labor, being exhausted, there being on- of the presents I squares of cornbread were tasted Commission that the transportation that the premium paid for these bonds i'
up to 25 cents, the quality : to Fend to friends, and one of .
and found the facilities furnished thePenns'lvania I:
small amount appropriated for as good as any by was the highest
ly a paid in Florida
car being fair. Regarding outlook and the; guards was busy helping them to I ever : '
it visitors had ever eaten, railroad were not well
this work, upon motion and second would that believe for: bonds of iike character.
prospects say we fix up packages for mailing. ,;
was ordered that the clerk make application -i these; refrigerator boxes will not remain We were- next guided to the top of suited to the handling of the productsof The council will! take immediate '

to comptroller for transfer I in the market as long as in past We were taken through the dining I the highest watch tower, from which I the oil company and that the oil> steps to get the sewer and paving

from contingencies and guard of con-: seasons, and if the weather is favorable rooms, the floors and tables of which i an extensive view all around was had. company- was losing money by reasonof work under headway.
were as clean as water and soap and who this inefficient transportation ser-
One knows what clearing pine -- i -
and the quality of the berries at
(Continued on Page 8.) Lawtey and Starke is good, we feel scrubbing could make them. Condi- land from trees, stumps, palmettosand vice. The oil company asked that thePenns'lvania NEWS ITEMS OF INTEREST
ments of all kinds as well as syrup railroad be required to I
PLEASANT SOCIAL EVENT fully confident as to the result of the abounded, but not a fly was seen. The job of gallberries"tearing means up" the, as tough well as wire-the supply tank cars for the handling of FROM BUSY LAKE BUTLER
sales. Business conditions in general
kitchen resembled that for steerage their The railroad .. .
product.
} OF MISSIONARY SOCIETY satisfactory." grass turf, can but marvel over the company -
we may say, are passengers on a trans-Atlantic liner, immense: amount of work done herein took the position that they had no
The present situation has no bear- except that there was perfect clean- two short Captain Purvis cars of the type demanded by the oil Shower For Miss McDonalci-
years.
ing on what conditions will be when liness. Four or five large kettles and that should not therefore
people they
Ladies Entertain at Residenceof recounted how discouraged he was Wedding of Mr. Singer and
the season comes on in full force. The were set over a furnace and in them when he first came to the place and be required to incur the expenseof

Col. and Mrs. C. L. Peek weather is not yet warm enough was boiling a thousand pounds of beef. sat down by a blackjack and lookedat supplying special equipment. The General News Matter.Mrs. .

North to create a large market for In a vat barrels of sweet potatoes were the wild woods around him. The Interstate Commerce Commission held

Tuesday Evening. berries and the fruit that is being cleaned and in another vat they were soil seemed sterile to him and the that the movement of oil was of sufficient Max Wiscn entertained

shipped is not up to the standard, the cooked by steam. Outside a box of work to bring it under subjection end- < volume to justify the expenditure friends at her hone: Tuesday after-many

The ladies of the Methodist Missionary most of it being hardly more than bacon sides had been dumped on a less.: But earnest purpose conquersall for the special equipment and noon from 3 to -'clock in honor of

Society entertained last Tuesday half ripe when it reaches market, owing table and men were: cutting up the obstacles and he has learned that that the railroad should supply the Miss Eyder McDonald.
} Col. to the fact that it ripens very little meat for frying. Huge crates: of col- of best suited to the
evening at the residence of the territory which at first looked so type equipment Miss McDonal! l rendered two piano
and Mrs. C. L. Peek, the occasion be- in transit. The letter of Messrs. lards and rutabagas were being pre- forbidding, was well chosen, both on needs of the shipper. An order was selections and Miss" Page favored the

ing a Dollar Social l for the benefit of Schwitters & Sons indicates that they pared for cooking. Everything is being account of the fertility of the soil and I entered requiring the Pennsylvania guests with a reading. Then Miss McDonald

some needed improvements and repairs are confident of a strong market by weighed or measured and syste- for many other reasons. And it is to railroad to supply the tank cars. The went fishing and many nice i

on the parsonage. the time our regular shipping season matic and strict account is being:: kept.: be plainly perceived that no time has I matter is now before the courts. If and useful presents were received, after

:Miss Lois Peek and Mrs. L. A. Da- opens. Mr. Clem Purvis has the bookkeepingin been idled away here. the order of the commission is upheldit which the guests were invited to

vis greeted the guests and seated them Stevenson charge.We We were shown 200 barrels of syrup would appear that the strawberry the dining room, where a delicious ?

1} in the double parlors, wide hall and II. L. owner of the former were next shown the laundry, in made off of 22 acres, with seed growers of this section have a good fruit salad course, sandwiches, pickles i

t front veranda. The rooms were attractively Rising farm, brought to town which were immense boilers, and tons cane left to plant this year's crop. chance of winning out in the fight and ginger ale were served by Mrs. 4

-;: decorated with vases of: seme samples: of Brussels sprouts of wire clotheslines were stretched all Also an acre lot full of banks of sweet for transportation facilities suited to Wilson, Mrs. E.: t. Green and Miss if ,

beautiful roses and graceful yellow him in an experimental over the yard. potatoes. We went from loft to loft their needs. Page. j. 1
by way.
jasmines. The following interesting grown and tender as Then we: came to the power house, and found them well filled with corn, At five o'clock the party dispersed, 4
program rendered. They were as large any pinders velvet beans Mrs. E. H. Smith returned to Philadelphia wishing Miss McDonald peace, happi-
was we have seen, and there is no reason where a large kerosene engine pumps cowpeas rice,
t Trio An- Penn., after spending some ness and prosperity; Each one enjoyContinued b1
"Girard Ga\'oUe"-Iisses be oats, and baled rice straw, fodder,
pea-
why this esculent: cannot grown water into a 50,000 gallon tank, situated ---- time pleasantly with her parents, Dr r '

Continued 8. here with profit. Yj' on high tower. The engine Continued 2. Wills. ( 2+ Page 5.)
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PAGE TWO -, BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY, n' :Rl"\RY 11, 1916.

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-- man. Many of the prisoners are probably r\I FLCCIDEXT e i iI if : '

GREAT STOCK cast in the same mould.'ar.d the ,
b +
1. system that preserves and increases
J. L. Jackson Suffers Amputation cj
their sense of honor is the right one. .r

FARffllSNOWBEINGESTABLISHED- We now returned toward the .'aaarters" Arm by Train. I ,

;.,.f and, arriving there, thought we
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had finished the last lap of our sight- Tuesday J. L. Jackson, who lives ..

seeing round. But Mr. Fralick was northwest of Starke, was unfortunate r ..

asked to whirl us along toward Raiford enough to have his left arm amputated

We went through land under clearing, by a train. From the meager reportswe ..)

which must have been the genuine have received of the accident, it s .

I COUNTY FEELING BENEFIT "hell's half acre," for the piles of logs, came about as follows:

stumps, cordwood and palmettos were 3Ir. Jackson boarded the forenoon "

OF THE UNDERTAKING so close together that there was hardly southbound express at Jacksonville,

I room to walk beaween them. We having a ticket to Highland. He was

w *fi, whirled past oats fields and acres of.I said to be under the influence of liquor,

Considered One of the Most Important onions and vegetables, then past a and after getting off at Highland: he When constipation

Undertakings Ever Inaugurated field of 400 acres planted to Irish po- attempted to board the train again,

tatoes. One hundred acres yet remainto but missed his hold, slipped and fell headache
in the State. use
be planted to On causes .
potatoes. a spur with his left arm between the cars, >

track stood a. string of box cars con- and the member was quickly amputated

taining seed potatoes and fertilizers. wheel. He brought to
1 One of the greatest development by a was
Some farming, eh? the train and Dr. J.
propositions ever started in Florida, Starke by same
and yet commenced with least noise Then we stopped and went througha C. Wills, the railway physician, attended

and publicity, is that of the Southern gate into a sapling thicket. Here t othe injury. Mr. Jackson's

Cattle Feeding Company, which is now was a dipping vat in which the cattle many friends regret the accident but

under way near Green Cove Springs. THAGARD and hogs of the place are dipped to I areg lad that he escaped an imminent
ticks other insects.It .
rid them of and
a
The results of this big project will be OF MARION COUNTY death.
was not a very expensive affair and
the greatest advertising from Candidate Far
tical work that has ever been given prac- STATE COMPTROLLERIn any owner of 50 head of stock can 1 + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
the Nut Democratic Primary. well afford to have for his animals *
one -
NOTICES
the state, according to those who have Your Snppvrt Will Be Appreciated. i + LEGAL
recently visited the scene of opera- + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + The laxative tablet
in thousands of upright peeled cypress Plans must be made for the employ-
ti. rc, or other ways become ac-
with logs, each about seven inches in diam- ment of all the prisoners, the strong NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS. I
what ia done.
quainted
being
Few people understand the of eter. The logs are set three feet in and the weak, and to furnish work dur- Notice is hereby given that all creditors, with th? pleasant taste
scope distributee and all persons having
4 the ground and the beneath the the late fall for and legatees
this big undertaking, but some idea of part ing the women cIa nu or demands against the estate of J. C.
i its surface is creosot d. As these logs the male prisoners unable to do bard Carter late of Bradford county Florida de t
be
immensity can gained through
are perfectly straight, here alone was work, some cotton will be planted this ceased are hereby required to present the
contemplation of the work actually same duly authenticated to the undersigned *
under way. Every available man that 1 job of magnitude, as the building I spring-how. much has not yet been within two years or this notice will be held 10 25 f 504
\\i a large one, erected to hold the decided pone We are confident thata in bar thereto, and all persons indebted to said
can be secured worthy of a position estate are required to pay their said: delta to' .
overflow of convicts who last few "wrinkles" in cotton culture t
in
came new the administratrix forthwith.
is being hired for work on the land
'uriner.After. will be learned during the sea- MRS. J. C. CARTER
of the company which is being cleared Admin ltratrix for the estate of J. C. Carter, :
for forage crops. Hundreds of white bavin.;;: seen more things yet, son. deceased. 12-24-St.
too numerous to be remembered, the Among other characteristics noted j ;
and colored men are now busily engaged reporter asked to be shown the famous in our kind guide was the care he I J ORDER OF PUBLICATION. MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE a
in clearing and preparing grit OF
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT
tracts of land for the first planting, hounds used in tracking escaped takes in saving the state's property.He J THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Trial size, 10 cents. J
prisoners. We were then taken to the found a hammer on the ground OF FLORIDA IN AND Wl have the exclusive: selling rights ("{" i'Js great laxative.
work
consisting mainly of grubbingand kennels, where about a dozen fine and a trusty was dispatched to put it j j: FOR BRADFORD" COUNTY THE REXALL STORE *
stumping. Other are en- FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
gangs ,
hounds At the after he. - -- ) -
were: kept. words where it Soon
belonged. Comer L. Peek and Chas A
gaged in constructing buildings and 'M hn Smith Complainants I ............................................ ......
sheds, which will be required when gone! from Captain Purvis, found an egg that a careless turkey versus d. .
:hey all set bowline which show- | hen Another had *
+ rp a : had dropped. trusty Bradford County Development *
the actual feeding of stock begins, and .
"d that they wore "on: the job." The to place the egg where it ought to be. .' Company a Corporation | : :
this tatter stage will probably be -Order of Publication
reached during the present year. two hounds that after a record chase | Two of the convict ball teams wanted This cause coming on to be heard upon motion Equal Advantages I iI.
caught the murderer Pearl White, to play ball and asked for the proper of complainant for an order of publics i
The enormity of the enterprise can re-I tion against the above named defendant, and ;
-ontly executed at Starke tocls. The read thema
were superintendent
be judged from the plan to plant 1,000 it appearing unto the oourt that said defendantis : I :
ed out to us. Then two hounds were sharp lesson for not returning all a domestic corporation of the State of Flor << ,-
of land in
natal
acres grass, a crop taken I ida ; that there is no person within the State -
out and leashed to show how
us the balls and bats former occasions,
which has already proved its value to on of Florida. the service of a subpoena upon Women exactly the banking pcileges here t .
same as
enjoy men.
they were put on a trail. but after they had promised to do so whom would bind said defendant: that the of i
this state and which has in few
a During our rounds with Captain henceforth, he went himself after the ficers of said corporation are absent from the I
years taken Florida by storm. Find- State of Florida and have been for a periodof *
s ing that this forage grass will thrive Purvis we must have walked a coupleof balls and bats. While riding in the six months prior to the filing of the above i. Many of our depositors are women---and they ate welcome to our com-

miles besides having ascended innumerable car he asked the chauffeur to stop, suit; .
better in Florida other
than any class It is therefore ordered considered adjudged .
of feed, and that it can be profitably I stair cases, and we now, I then he stepped out and ran back a and decreed that said Bradford County plele banking facilities. ; 2
very naturally, supposed that our kind hundred feet, and picked up an oil can Development Company appear and defend the
produced with a minimum cost of labor I action brought against it for the foreelousre|l .
I guide was tired out. But no-"Bless that had been dropped the road. A
on
I. .
the Southern Cattle Company was not of two certain mortgages upon land situate in i i
your you haven't seen anything yet,'wheel' had dented it badly, but he said Bradford County Florida by Comer L. Peek Z
slow to it the should have
adopt as one of princi- Every active which
woman an account from to
and Chas. A. Smith in the Circuit Court of pay
said he. We again boarded the car he had a man who could fix it up and .
pal crops for their lands. One thousand the Eighth Judicial Circuit of the State of :
and went south across New River. A'!!' make it Pur- | .
as good as new. Captain Florida in and for Bradford County, Florida,
: acres in a single crop is said to high causeway had been thrown up vis looks into the smallest details of in Chancery. all household bills by check--the modern, business dike way. i
be exceptional for this state and will It :is further ordered that this order be pub- i
cause much comment among those who across the swamp with bridges at intervals his establishment and no waste or I'shed once a week for the space of two monthsin t
and the road was so smooth carelessness is allowed. the Bradford County Telegraph a newspaper 1 :

have farming.In not. been accustomed to bonanza that Mr. Fralick put his car to greater To prevent the familiarity that Bradford of general County,circulation Florida. published in Starke o We have a rest room and special cor.ceninces for acmes A :

speed than he ever did since he boughtit. breeds contempt, placards at various DONE AND ORDERED at Chambers, in )
addition to the natal grass the And the of roads ,Gainesville Florida this 23rd day of Decem- :
being on chapter places forbid the guards from entering 5 cordial
her A. D. 1915. J. T. WILLS invitation is gIven to freely use our heaJqutiriers en shopf
is
of
company_ ., preparing _4,000 acres let us sav a few- words-- ahnnt----- trap_u_ -rnnd----* the different barracks except when on'': 12-31-2mths. Judge. : every
land for the accommodation of other through the farm. .
| duty.It
forage with the chief : NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
t
crops purposeof The private roads through the placeare I being time for dinner, no excuse UNDER SECTION 8. OF CHAPTER ping day. T

raising those suitable for ensilage. not straight, but follow the lowest would answer, but we must accept thecaptain's I 4888 LAWS OF FLORIDA. : I
Some of the experts in the country Hereby notice is given that 0.
Mary Wain- i 2
lines between the ridges. In build- hospitality, and partake of .
,
wright purchaser of tax certificates numbered
have looked this and "
over proposition ing them "two flies are killed at one 'an excellent dinner. The residence, a respectively 11? and 176, issued by the Tax
have not only endorsed the movement Mow," so to speak. First, two parallel tasteful villa, was built, painted and i Collector of Bradford County Florida. Each | Bradford County Bank
but were so enthused over the pros- of said certificates being dated the 4th day I ;
that have invested theirtime ditches for drainage are dug, from 16 the interior finished by artisans among of August A. D. 1913. has filed said certificates i i
I pects they to 20 feet apart. The dirt thrown out the convicts. In the drawing room in my office. and has made applicationfor s
and in the work. tax deed to issue in accordance
money I with law. 889 f
Florida having the unique advantage is deposited between, the ditches, level- hung a curious piece of workmanship.It The said certificates respectively embraces the Organized
I ed and rolled-and there's your road. was a shield with the Masonic em- following lands in Bradford County, Florida., .
of 365 growing days every year, utterly The outsides of the ditches blems made of wood. Pendent from I Assessed at the date of the issuance of such
,
I are givena [ i Starke ; Florida
f eclipses any other forage grow certificates in the names respectively, hereinafter : : : a:
very flat slope so that the surface the shield was a chain with the links ,, particularly set forth to-wit: T Tr

sive ing state and ,scientifi and with: methods the same employedas inten- water runs into them without caving. playing loose within each other, all j and Certificate all lot 4.No.See.117 7, TP embraces 6, S. R.SU 20-120; of Lot acres.S, ...................................t<.....t....&. ......
- -
Cane bagasse, bark, shavings and saw- I carved from a solid piece of wood and Assessed Unknown.
in the
are used Northern
.
and Wes- dust, as far as these things can be made by a prisoner. Several handsome I Certificate No. 176 embraces N'E'i of NEl. I
tern states, the latter are threatenedwith Sec. 13. Tp i. S. R. 22 Do
I a''I I E-40 acres. Assessed
had, are put on the roads for pave- :: pieces of furniture, including L. M. Little.
w '
.
The certain domination by this state. ment, and thick enough to shed the desk, rocker and hallstand, were Unless said certificates shall be redeemed according -JAX- R IRSpR oJ ,,,, ;Y 1 u 1

public has read from time to water, leaving the roadbed dry. As among the articles made and given to to law, tax deed will issue thereon on <'.
time of carloads of cattle and even the 13th day of March A. D. 1916. BISCUITL
trainloads of cattle soon .as sawmilling begins in earnest the captain by different convicts un- Witness my hand and official seal this the s<
being bought at on the place, the generally worthless der his care. 8th day of February, A. D. 1918.

South Florida points and from there by-product sawdust will be utilized for At the captain's home we had the (Seal W. T. WEEKS. Snpply energy. Buill bloodied ,
shipped to Northern Clerk.
tions where and Western sta- htt illg. Those who travel these s'il:fn- pleasure to meet Mr. J. W. Bushnell, i By R. A. WEEKS. muscle. Give vigarof brain and Trees,;hrubs and Plants "f'
they fattened '
were for did! loads see the value of these inexrcnMve of Tallahassee, a civil engineer of note, --Il-5t. Deputy Clerk nerv Nearly twice the food Our. are II.,a .'**and lamrt I.anal aamwa in
market. The ,
completion of the ,
Southern Ilxida 3') ,
.
of .
-
esvrwere
Cattle pa\emer.ts. I I i I after whom, it is said, the town of NOTICE OF ELECTION. vale per pound of the best no ii. :]IR.r .L'tan.(,?? our 111"1 wuLrr dl""' .1
Feeding Company's plans We had believed that there were no .' Bushnell was named. In the late 70s, By the powers vested on them by the School steaks. Cost sad ITOlr usf #1,DO all plan a;., A"$DO_slaws. ,
mint less.
will see an end of that method of I Laws Royal Pam! Nurseries
mar- of Florida the Board
improvements south of New River, hut i j when Mr. Bushnell was a young man, of Public Instruc ,.,.
j I tion of cc.pI.teaeolento[ .
keting Florida cattle, for those raised Bradford county orders an election to .. t M.M...hroH"".. for
or Lat I fl h ..,.
we were mistaken. Here was a clear- he was in charge of construction of .\be held on the 30th day of March 1916, ; 'fr here will be taken cff the and at .I.ro"I": nj N'ewd1411ronhewturnaledrar
placed range ing as large r.s a prairie, stumped and the Seaboard railway south of Waldo Zif school house to vote on the establishment grow. Viiu-i.i&'rrxcatiuviiKjippiuiuqHirr: : I",.L '';
on a fattening diet before leav- ready for the plow. The lateral rootsof Now he is often employed by the state ,of a Special Tax District to elect three trus Reascncr >$rw., Royal Pam' Nurseries -:
tees and
to determine ,
the the amount of (
ing state. Stock raisers will no millage 'rocker Works sii B...d,j?...
.
the cut then the commission. to be assessed. The OBMt.n*
stumps are stumpsare railway Faithful to his boundaries of said district II
will longer be have urged to to look for buyers, but extracted by a machine. The clear- life's motto that "whatever is worth 22 to,include 23 26,sections 27.Managers 1, 2, 3. 10, 11, 12, 13, 14. 15. .I: bItt -\*SBaHMMBMHII H|[ DB Ea..

give more care to ed ground was smooth enough to allow being done at all, is worth being done I of election 3. D. Thomas. A. D. .
their herds than in the past, while the Hall.. J. W. Lewi COFFINS CASKETS 1 i
speedy motoring, and we headed well, Captain Purvis has engaged this i I I General Insurance
company's agents will F. G. I
SCHELL
the for the best continuallycomb animals for a steam plow in the distance. The engineer to have charge of the con- Secretary and Superintendent And a full line of i iUndertakers' I I .'"
ranges plow consisted of six discs about 30 struction of the railway that is being I L I rcpiisent none but FIRST :; {
and these will be immediately sent to NOTICE OP ELECTION. Supplies II {!
the fattening pens. inches in diameter, set "en echelon," built through the farm, and to run i By the power vested in them by the School CLASS companies and will be 'J
or one a little ahead of the next one. some levels upon which to base a :Laws of Florida the School Board hereby Always on hand. The Lest ser- I constantly
Not the alert
only will this system be followed or on to !
A man sits on the plow and regulates drainage system. Mr. Bushnell show- ders 1 an election to be held at Thomas school vice at the lowest prices. Special pro-
in cattle house, in mote your
handling but provision will Special Tax District No. interests. Guaranteecourtcouj
!6, s .
f also be made for fattening other animals the depth by a lever. The discs are ed the reporter some interesting profiles |;30th of March. 1916. for the election of on three the i attention to telegraph orders. .
I : drawn by a 3C-horsepower Fairbanks of levels run. j trustees for the next two years and to determine I treatment to all pa-

I! Men ,who such are as interested sheep, goats in Florida and hogs.and & Morse kerosene tractor. Two men We left for home with the conviction (j'John demons.the amount J. D.of Pearce rolllage, and to J.be A.assessed Doug- Registered Embalmer trons. A well written policy by :J

I the outfit that and ''lass are appointed a fir5t- ass agent in first-
her declare that run saving eight mu.cs, a great good work was being : as managers.F. I a '
this
development is
I f by far one of the greatest movements four men and four plows. It does done here. The farm is not yet entirely '! Secretary and. G.Superintendent.SCHELL. DeWITT C. JONES f class company sometimes means 3

t' ever started and that it will confer good work, tearing out the roots with- self-supporting, bi>. will soon be j' Suc'sr to G. C. Livingston & Co much in': case of loss by fire.
out being stalled by them. At first under its !, You all :
; present management. A get the important
unlimited riches on the people of this national,
state.-Jacksonville Times-Union. turning plows were used behind the man of Captain Pun-is' executive ability :state, county news in the Telegraph. } Starke, Fla. H. C. RICHARD, Starke ';

.>', : -- -- tractor but they did not work satis- j could now had been a millionaireif a..._. J -'---.-.. ',.
factorily. he had taken -
,j FLORIDA'S LARGE up railway contracting -- -
CONVICT FARM We now turned toward a place usedas for a livelihood, but he is in love with = ..

rest and shelter for laborers in this his work here and should be retained i ,

(Continued From Page 1.) section of the farm. Here lives a real-1 a3 lone as he wishes to stay, both for WE

vines and crabgrass, but especially interesting ly remarkable man. His name is Dan | the benefit of the prisoners and for GIVE PROFIT-SHARING COUPONS

was a number of bales of Carlton from St. Augustine, and he the good of Florida farmers, for thisis

natal grass hay. This grass has done is here for life. About 35 years old and will be an experiment station

well on the farm and yielded two cut- and a perfect specimen of manhood. I IHO for the state, conducted by a practicalman Reduce
the
tings last year, ovejr a ton to the acre j is! l left in charge of the place and with good, hard business sense, Hii Cost of g

at each ratting. Then we viewed the without any guard whatever. But he and not by theorists. What our party Living

great silo in which 20 tons of greenforage tip "iv>n his word not to run away, saw while going over the farm was as hy Tradind with'

, was put last summer, consist and he keeps it. He has charge of some good as a short course of agriculture, v

t ing of corn, sorghum and other feed cows and a large flock of white Leg- I even better, for we saw results, and we A "

tl ; stuff chopped up. The silage is fed I horn chickens, makes butter and pathI advise all interested in farming to 5 .. '-11 .. ,- ,,;.. A
I' to the cattle, who thrive on it. I Inns the besides
eggs, doing other work. make frequent visits to the place. It K S
" '. We were shown the immense amount He keers his home as tidy as any worn is an institution that Florida K

. of manure put up into compost. Then an. Why should a man possessing so justly be proud of. may FOR ;

I' we saw tho ash hoppers. A great deal 1 much honor be a prisoner? We hopethe I

;: of wood is consumed on the place and pardoning board will set him atI ASSESSOR'S AND COLLECTOR'S O p FOR ,!

,': the aahea are put into hoppers and its liberty, if, indeed, he is not happier ROUNDS.WorthinrtonFeb. I
I
potash contents leached out by water. i( hre than in the great world outside. l I l 11th, forcr.oon. U a O .

' I The lye is then made into soap which Carlton has a brother, Marion, also Dukec-Feb. 11th, afternoon. R U "

l It I is used for scrubbing the floors and alone term man. He once ran away. I[ Lake Butler-Feb. 12th. R

r J' i tables. I Somehow Captain Purvis got word to Brooker-Feb. 15th. ..

t Captain Purvis is in love with his him, asking him to return and he Raiford-Feb. 16th, forenoon. CATALOG

work and is an enthusiast. He soon should receive no extra punishment. Johnstown-Feb. 16th, afternoon. CATALOG .i

found that the party guided knew Marion finally, with reluctance, pro Hampton-Feb. 17th. J ,

enough of agriculture and kindred mised to come back and met the Lawtey-Feb. 18th. R y
cap
subjects to take an interowmt tain at a'certain pate at a certain time. N. D. WAINWRIGHT, ;J. S. BROWN

they saw, and with pardonable pride giving himself up aim has >.nt: trtejp Tax Assesso" 'j

he showed all there was worth se*>iijr. <: > since. Here is another ex- B. M. DOWLING, CALLTODAYANOINVESI6EH ;

The next was a truly unique build --'.. ,.f honor of the highest type, Tax Collector. BY REDEEMING + YDU CAN PROCURE BEAUTIFUL, AND USEFUL

ing in which the captain takes much] '\'",-..}, ro.hAn p man loci holovM OUR COUPONS AND CERTIFICATES
EVERY WITH
pride, as it was built entirely from his than Captain Purvis may not have had Shoes at Leviton'a. CASH PURCHASE f
It is together of ..- e .h .. of J }
own inception. put fl"ence! over the u'1fortunate4. Read the Telernph-ii N 1 v.. r y _.





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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY n, 1916.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, rinpinj. :
: PAGE THREE

: 0- --0= 'oso.- -.o=:>- the balance of its life at the nation's .

!ALIVE 0STATE !I capital, where its surroundings will be ODD CUSTOMS OF P EU IOXU. t

NEWs J very different from the Everglades. RUB OUT PAIN
I Ten percent of the deaths in the .
United States result from pneumonia. with good KEY WEST.-Xestor Alfonso was THE EARLY DAYS That's
11 the victim of an accident in which he It is estimated that during the past the sureA way to stop them. :

Things That Are Happening All Over Florida chose to run his machine into a street _____ thirty in some days sections.this rate Tuberculosis has been doubled and The beet nibbing liniment is

As Told By Our Exchanges car rather than run down two boys heart disease, each causing oneninthof '
jj| who were riding on bicycles. 'According ANCIENT CITY SCENE OF
oao. I all fatalities
: -oa8. _.. ,, jj to eye-witnesses, the big Rambler are the only diseases MUSTANCLINIMENT
--Joao..Q I' NUMEROUS QUAINT AND which outrank pneumonia among the
auto, owned by Alfonso, was coming
JACKSONVILLE.-The I) E. C.railway's four cars daily will have to be in.1 down Duval street and two boys who WIERD CELEBRATIONS legion of the men of death, but in
new electric service between created next to five six. certain cities pneumonia is steadily in-
year or Many were riding on bicycles on the wronge -
Jacksonville and Mayport was inaug applicants for 'I creasing and even has surpassed the
membership will havto
side of the street were in imminent Editor
urated Thursday of last week. Evening Herald: mortality from tuberculosis.
wait until next Se.entyper
season.TALLAHASSEEOn.last danger of being injured by the auto-
I have
I noticed that in all the descriptions cent of all cases between
I occur
mobile, when Alfonso sw is
December
PALM BEACH Palm Beach and and May. It is distinctly a Good fir' At
Monday auto into the street car rather than i no, or very little mention of the old cold weather infection Ailments of
West Palm Beach now have double Judge( E. C. Love granted an injuncrun. down the boys and probably inflict customs, now extinct. brought by wintry blasts, but seemingly Hones, Moles, Cattle, Etc.

ferry service, a new ferryboat having tion: against the city to prevent it fromengaging I serious, if not fatal injuries. The I I I I I have lived here all my life and prevalent,buring the,winter especially -
Qoodf or..fJour
been put on the run last week. further in the electrical supply ,- 'collision threw Alfonso from the car 'can remember several of these customs only because its victims season own Aches,
,
> business. The suit was broughtby and he received a severe cut on the < such as carnival season, which more are rendered Pains, Rhcf.1matialD.t.SprainJ,
susceptible at
that time
MARIANNA.-The coming of the E. H. Hopkins, through his attorney I side of the head. The street car was I II I'I was carried on with great zest by by exposure, debilitating influence and Cub, Burns, Eta

boll weevil to the cotton section of the Fred H. Davis, Jr. The city, when it'. damaged to a certain extent, while the 'the young people and sometimes by the presence of predisposing infections 25c. S0: $!. At all Dealer

South is proving a blessing in disguisefor purchased the gas and electric plants'motolso car was smashed, put out of older ones, and many I learned from Pneumonia principally affects thoseat

it is driving the cotton planters to 1 took over certain supplies and has j i commission, and is now in the repair my mother and aunt, Miss Fatio, who the extremes of life, but no is .
diversify and adopt other money crops. linceingt continued in the business of sell- shops: of Hellings and White.L. | lived here all of her life, seeing three I exempt.: It is invariably a age germ

changes of flags, and when the town disease. The predisposing and exciting
A. DUNCAN WINS.
PLANT CITY.-The Plant City was an orange bower. [ organisms are so numerous thatit
Foundry, Machine and Boiler Works LONGWOOD.-Wellington Caldwell Of the carnival: It began about a | would be futile to attempt their

plant, at Plant City, was burned re- one of the Pennsylvania oil kings, is | :Mr.: L. A. Duncan on Wednesday week before the season of Lent, parties enumeration. Many of them are con-
cently, at a loss of $9,000. The plant here preparing to drill for oil. He has received the gladsome news that the of maskers going out in the evening stantly present in the mouths and

will be re-established as early as pos- secured the oil rights on 10,000 acresof long pending controversy with the insurance visiting from house to house. Some throats of healthy persons and it is
land : comppnies had at last come.to times these parties were quite large,
sible. in and around Longwood. :Mr. only through the aid which we unwittingly -
Caldwell has found indications and feel an end, and had been decided in his consisting of men and women, twentfive ).- extend to them that they are SEEn BEANS s4i.
confident that he will get oil in abundance favor.Ir.:: Duncan promises to again or thirty in number, beautifullyand transformed from harmless organismsto ,
MANATEE.-It is announced that in this section, and :Mr. Caldwellis get into harness and erect a suitable handsomely dressed, often taking one of man's most powerful enemies I :
the Atlantic Coast Line will extend its a man who has put down more successful business building, which will be a credit their characters from history; also ap- The presence of other diseases is We ctin 1 make immediate

Haines City branch from Sebring to holes than any one man in Pennsylvania to Lake Butler and a welcome addition pearing as Indians. Mr. Joe Ferrera, a the great predisposing cause of ,f the New Crop "
Immokalee, in Lee county, and that it so the outlook for Longwoodand to our reliable mercantile es- native of St. Augustine long since monia. They prepare the soil for pneu-in- 1915 ( nt,'!t Refugee 1000 to

is expected trains will be running to vicinity is very bright. tablishments.1ay: success be his.Lake .- dead, a descendant of one of the old vasIon. Holding first rank in this: 1 Seed gins' and other varieties -

LaBelle within fifteen months. Butler Florida American. Minorcan families, was famous for the category is influenza: the increased r":
beautiful parties of Indians he arranged irciderco
of
PALATKA. pneumonia at this time
I
Palatkans
SANFORD.-Bus line service be- stirred to the-depths of their have been BIBLE CONFERENCE with himself impersonating agreat j 11 being largely due to the present epi- SE C j POTATOES
tween Orlando and Sanford has been sympathetic chief with his warriors and demic of la grippe. Individuals suffering
-
established. It is stated by the pro- Morgan natures, the over 16-year the untimely old son of death Mr.! The Southfield Bible Conference squaws. He had lived many yearsamong j jf from this infection are peculiarly Spa i! ing's No. 4,

moters that as soon as the road is and Mrs. T. M. Hyers, at Micanopy., Association will hold its annual meet- the Seminoles, learning many j 1 1o susceptible! to respiratory com plica- : Rose
completed the service will be ertended last ing at Crescent City, Florida, :March: their customs and dances, among tiors! and should properly observe
from Orlando to Kissimmee.TALLAHASSEE.The due to Friday the play evening.of a schoolmate His death who was 12-24,1916. The speakers this season them "The War Dance." Entering theparlor every hygienic rule. Inflammation of Early FJc l Biss! Triumph .

pointed a supposedly unloaded at will be the Rev. C. I. Scofield, D.D., of or hall, a circle was formedf the upper air passages, pharyngitis, v r,
recent bond Hyers and gun New York; Rev. Harris H. Gregg, of( the warriors and squaws, after bronchitis and tonsilitis, often pre- All 1.tfing'arieties; of
young pulled the trigger.
issue of $4,00, voted to pave College The first barrel was unloaded, but the | St. Louis, Mo.; Rev. Lewis S. Chafer, which the chief would enter so stealthily ,dispose to the development of the FarM, JVJld: and Garden
of New York. that it seemed as if he had materialized disease, the Se :ds. :1me for catalog and :
avenue, was sold at the city council second was loaded and the charge entered particularly among aged f
meeting last night to George W. Saxon Morgan Hyers' breast, killing Dr. Scofield is known throughout the from'the floor, and plantin: a ,and infirm. The acute contagious: weekly r ids.. list. i
president Capital City Bank. The him instantly. English speaking world as the editorof ) wooden figure of a maT within the'c I diseases of childhood, more especially 1

price given was par and accrued inter- __ the Scofield Reference Edition of circle commenced the dance by going I jr:measles and whooping cough, frequently E. .\. 4tTIN SEED CO., ?,
est. I the Oxford Bible, author and teacher.Dr. through gestures indicative of insultir: I I prepare the way for pneu- 206 (.u. t Bay Street, '
PALATKA.Mr. James R. Murphy, Gregg is one of America's leading as kikingin which he was joined br I)monia. Anyone who through neglector Jackson\ ile, Florida.
I. who recently returned from New York' preachers and Bible teachers. lIe is I his warriors, and with the dreadful I I carelessness permits the spread of ;
MELROSE-Melrose at present certainly City, when seen yesterday reportedthat now successor to Dr. James H. Brocks "war whoop" and scalping of the vie- these infections is therefore open to i i r 6 i t.

seems to get its full share of he had consummated the sale of as pastor of Compton Avenue Church tim, the scene was very realistic. The the severest condemnation. Exhaust ; -
winter visitors, there being more new 1,090 acres of land in the vast holdingsin St. Louis. Mr. Chafer is also a well-/ maskers were headed by a band of j j ing disease of whatever nature, is ;- I

tourists in town than ever before, Putnam and :Marion counties of the known lecturer and preacher, and music, generally winding up the even-! I often sufficient to so reduce our resistance Cut Mr Store Bill i
with more to come, and the best of it Florida _Farms and Homes Inc., for author of important books on Bible| ing at some particular house where : that we are unable to cope with I I.

is that all of them are pleased to be> $30,000 to the Ocklawaha Hunting & themes.: There will be singing at all I the hostess_had gathered a goodly com j, <)organisms which should be easily s __ __ _

here. Fishing Club of Orange Springs, incorporated ''I sessions, by well-known gospel singers. I pany romancing with the masKers, ::I overcome, and hence predisposes to Down: One Half I
under the laws of Florida. This Conference is the result of a the beautiful, graceful Spanish dances, i the infection.

PENSACOLA.-Construction workon The land purchased for the propaga-I demand made by a large number of now obsolete, with their many figures I i I Debility, either temporary or chronic 115 L
tion of Tens of thousands of farmers as well as
-
in that and slow
game rhythmic movements. The
the naval stores manufacturingplant people who are wintering in the South, developing from any cause, increases '
which is to be established in f I and wish to avail themselves of the figures of these beautiful dances wore susceptibility. Because of this the town and city ':>lks cut down their store [ xs

Pensacola on a 25-acre site near the BARTOW.-A deal that, in the best spiritual opportunities during.| "La Angelita." "La Gracias." "Follow disease most often attacks those at bills one-half lit year and saved moneyIn

excelsior factory in the western part opinion of the Polk County Record, their stay. All such people, as well My Love" (I do not remember the the extremes of life. Among debilitating spite of genially short crops and reduced _
of the city by the Newport Turpentine means more for the industrial develop- heartily invited to attend these met- name in Spanish for the last figure,) influences must be mentionedcold wages. ; t't i iI

& Rosin Co., will be commenced next ment of Bartow than anything that ings from season to season. These and others, which were very graceful exposure to penetrating winds, Absolutely Tullions:! of dollars were ;I I
week. has been effected in while metings undenominational requiring a great deal of bending and and the of
; I a long was are being chilling body surfaces as a saved and countess! families lived better i :
I consummated*a few days ago whenE. patterned after the great Moody meet- swaying of the body in perfect time to result of wetting. The combination of
BLOUNTSTOWNV--Several West | C. Stuart sold 2,500 acres of phosphate ings at Northfield, Mass. The name the music. The music of these dances lack of food and fatigue proves par than ever before In the face of the cotton i

, have purchased property adjoining the city limits "Southfield"' is in contrast to "North- had quaint names, "Buena Maloja" ticularly disastrous during the winter crisis and general business depression.How ; a

Virginia capitalists tract of cut-over lands in a ; (of Bartow on the east to the Phosphate field." (good hay), "La Coscooga" (the firefly season and is a condition to be avoided were Ibcse burdensome store bills i f

, Calhoun 6,000-acre county for colonization pur- i Mining Company. The SeaboardAir The best available Bible teachers ),. "La Dulci Mulatto" (the last whenever possible. Bad housing, men- cut down B f the real moneysaving '

, poses. They have returned to West Line is already laying spur tracksto and singers are engaged each season, speaks for itself.) It is a pity that tal or physical harassment, and overwork power of good home gardens, rightly J .
colonies (the property and a plant will be and the purpose of the meetings is to these pretty dances have been set are alike the advance agentsof .
to organize planted and and tended
Virginia and expect | aside for the kept planted .:1
ungraceful hopping I :
at erected thereon at once. hold forth the great fundamental up the infection Overcrowding in
to develop the new purchase I through the season }
and down of the
teachings of the Word of God, and to present style. stret cars, theatres and other public J
once. SANFORD.-What-promises to be| declare the whole counsel of God by The two days before Ash Wednesday places, is unquestionably in part responsible Hastings 19J0 I Seed Catalogue tells how t .- '

the contending earnestly fer the faith carnival was at its height. In the for the spread of pneumoniain to cut store bills down; tells about gar't j >\.-
one of most important gatheringsever
MIAMI.-Fourteen thousand dollars held in the State in connectionwith and exalting the person and work of day time, floats filled with gaily cities, as far greater opportunity den and farm seeds of kinds and a quality J f-
cash is the price paid by Dr. LutherTownsend the to the Lord Jesus Christ.Entertainment | dressed girls were seen; "Diabolitos" is \thus offered for the disseminationof that cannot he bought from your mer- I i 1:
plan promote greater agricultural '
of Boston, Who spends Ms j with pointed caps and bells and long
should be engagedas the predisposing diseases through chant It's full of and i
in Florida
03' activity is thethird or druggist. garden
winters here, for a strip of land whips were running all through the
early as possible, or further inform- indiscriminate coughing and other i
I annual of the Florida farm It's free If ask
feet wide the | meeting streets dressed in information. you :1
84 along
feet long and ation be secured by addressing the ; men grotesque means of droplet infection, as well as I I
Drainage Association, which will beheld for It. Write fdr It H.HASTINGS 1
bay shore adjoining the city docks, the' Secretary, Crescent City, Florida. costumes in carts and on foot were in the directly injurious effects which inevitability now.
purchase having been made from Chas > at Sanford during the latter part evidence everywhere, throwing con- result from to CO., Atlanta, Ga.-(Advt)

Crening. ..tf ...-J.1" fl this month. The official call, signed COUNTY AGENT GIVES RECIPE fetti on all who came in their way. On sush environment The exposure overheatingof j'I Ij
I
.. George W. Oliver, of Bartow
-' .. by as FOR CURING MEAT. Shrove Tuesday night, between the rooms is also semingly harmful. .
f president and Benjamin Getzoff, als hour of eleven and twelve o'clock, the -
,
I
rGAINESVILLE.Only Promiscuous
about one- ,of Bartow, as chairman, names Feb. carnival buried. An expectoration may be, 1
was elegant
thirtieth the number of citrus trees'ggthat and 29 as* the meeting dates. The flavor of meat depends upon the consisting of the most toothsome supper I and probably is, a factor in infectionand -j J

were infected with citrus canker 1 I t..... I method of curing. A great deal of viands spread on a long table draped < consequently should be avoided by 1, r
'
this care is to meat from [ every citizen. A remaining most important !
a ago are infected year, ac- necessary keep !
white -
year
in and borne on the shoulders of
ORLANDO.-Work on the Dixie in sections where winters agent should be mentioned I
cording to state plant board spoiling mild I
inspectors.I, Highway between Orlando and the prevail, but with the masked men each with a lighted torch 1 alcohol. It is in truth the handmaidenof \
At present three times as proper pre- carried the I ;
( was through
are engaged in hunting canker as on Osceola county line is practically! completed c?tioIs! there need be no trouble. The principal pneumonia, and there is none more i .
I streets silently and solemnly if it'
providing a beautiful brickhighway : as certain or more sure of success, especially UMTL .
the corresponding date of last year. | following method i IS M and tried. T. had been a bier bearing the dead, and' tJ
for nearly twenty miles. ( if liberally and continuouslyused. r'r
A12. University J
:'A "' | Atieson, agent for th? halted exactly at midnight in some hall 1
'
;# .
;) force of workmen is also engaged: inlaying (
of Florida Extension Division in
JACKSONVILLE-The Jacksonville'Poultry where the feast was eaten and enjoyed. I
Association will hold its first 1 I the brick from the Osceolaccunty '] Suwannee county, says that it hI!:3 Wit." f Thus the carnival was buT1'1' W. C. T. U. DISTRICT CONVENTION -
this
show' line to Kissimmee. When [ used( in the United States for about i J ,
annual poultry and pet stock : continuous stretch I \ Another custom was on "All Hal- y
February 22nd to 26th inclusive. The of link the is completed western branch a of the Dixie l200 I|' years. That fact alone is indicaiv lowe'en" when the spirits of the dead I srxb...-.,- .l. .
cf it
.
been working overtime | efficiency ._ ,, [ this earth
association has Highway from Kissimmee tfl Apoplcala I I were supposed to be walking The Twelfth District Convention L.. of
on this proposition for nearly two :! distance of nearly 40 miles, will be After the meat lias been chilled A long pole draped with z sheet bear- t' W. C. T. U., including the counties of t -'
months and the matter has come to 'of brick. I thoroughly by hanging in a cool placefOr irg; a pumpkin head with red flannel Alachua] and Bradford, will convene

the point where a first-class show i; ..,w _.::_;;----r_. -1r-I--, .',.. I twelve or more hours, it is packedin in the eyes, grinning teeth, white-I' on the 16th, 17th and 18th, of February .
practically assured.! f*.- -m. I' uy: --- barrels or vats. Pack as closely as (washed, with candle within to showoff j with the Union a Raiford, Bradford -

tC. .....--- APAi. iI OLA.--The ChattahoocKee possible, but do ROt jam. The bacon the gruesome face, was stuck up county. All unions in the district -
", \ river may be !usod.inat extensively strips can be rolled and wedded into| many a window, a voice calling are requested to send delegates J. R. DAVIS & CO. J1' !

pENSACOLA.pfteicola\ on Thursday as L carrier freight beginning February so as to occupy minimum space. Evenwith ; "Fee 1 New, Fee Now," (A corruption'i' officers. :Mrs.! 'W. S. Graham, STHRKE, FLA. = ,

of. la tV tk fittingly celebratedthe 1st by putting! into operationof this close packing there is plenty: \i of "Phantom,") frightening many poor Pres., Raiford Union, urges a larges :
entry' of the Gulf, Florida and another steamer. However, this is of room in the interspaces for brine; child and even grown-ups with delegation. All that come will be + f + + + i. + + + + + +

Alabama railroad into that city. The to be gauged W the amount of fertilizer to cure the meat. I I ghastly presence. That night was a'' entertained by the hospitable citizens'e +

celebration surpassed anything in the business, the season of which Cover the meat with brine composed -I:terror to all children, and it was made'' '' | Raiford. Time is short, but our + { +

previous history 'of 'the city, and was opens at that time. The Merchants & of 3 pints of syrup, 2 ounces of.' more lugubrious and gruesome by the State| president, Miss Neal, could not : I :
witnessed and participated in by Planters' Steamboat company state saltpeter, 8 pounds of salt, 4 gallons i constant tolling of the Cathedral promise' ] to be with us at any future"date FOR SALE :

thousands of people. The new road that if the fertilizer business warrants of water. The saltpeter can be left 'j I i Another custom was the shooting until late in the summer, and if + ,. +

extends from Pensa'cnhi to Birmingham. they will put into operation one of out if desired, but it will keep the red I|I Judas on Good Friday. A stuffed fig-1 I all; get busy the time is long enoughto + M

the several boats that are at present in the clear portion of the meat and cr?, the size cf a man, was shot by abevy do great things for the cause. + 40 acres ?n Lawtey and Lake #. .t

I lying idle at the dock. thus mprove its appearance. It will ,:; of men in some public place, gen1oferaily | Hoping to see many at the convention ButlerLawtey. roiid, 3 miles west of + ;

MILTON-The bridge spanning the I not improve the quality. Nitrate I(I on the. Plaza! making a spec- i Most sincerely, ? +
J soda will do as well. The formula will tacie for the rabble. Mrs. J. B. Simonton, t +
river at Milton is now completed : -
i Blackwater thus another link is i addedto TAMPA.-Exports and importsfrom cover about 100 pounds of meat, but/ I] Still another custom was the "Posey Pres. 12th Dist., W. C. T. U. + 25 acres}jon Lawtey and Highland A _
and
District of Florida during 1
the "
amount that it will
the find-
cover dependsto Call, in commemoration of the '
work I. +
J' Trail. This I( read "National Highway.
:
the Old Spanish than the last month of 1915 were the doublethe a large extent upon the packing.The :. irg of the "Trua Cross" by Helena, charm and romance to the old town, + {1
for mote a + One-half mile north of depot.
; has been anticipated total for the same month in 1914.[ meat must be thoroughly covered. mother of Constantine. For nine but alas, they are but a memory! I

I: generation, indeed that during Milton the has wholeseventyfive beena or nearly so, according to the detailedstatement When the barrel is packed and the: I nights altars \ver raised in the houssbe ; I could talk for an hour about this oldcity .+ $600 cash 6r tof terms. ++ t

years of business just sent out> brine poured in, tho meat should cf pious and faithful devotee to the but, "Adios," I must saymystory +
I' town, and the citizens are congratulating from the office of Collector of Port, weighted so that it will not rise out of ]Faith and all who were religiously in- is told. 20 acresjon Lawtey and Hic-h-" +
themselves and each other upon J. F. C. Griggs, at Tampa. Total exports 'the brine. Leave the meat in the''! clined met and recited solemn litanies.Sometimes Very sincerely yours + land road,'"National Highway.
; the completion of the work. and from all Floridaports II + One mile 'north of Lawtey. About +
imports
brine from five to ight weeks, according these altars were brUt{ MATILDA D. TAYLOr.
i for the>month of December last to the size of the pieces. It within the confines of a fourpostedbedstead : St. Augustine, Fla. + six acres ;leared. $600 cash or ++

: KISSIMMEE. e success of a were $3.427.754. as against a total of is best to separate the thick and thincuts. I with canopy and curtains, a + terms ; .

I number of potato growers: in this; section $1,288,377 for the same month in the Then each kind can be left inFhe Haze, of light and a bower of flowers.At Help Your Liver-It Pays. + : *

' last spring led to the planting of nrpvious year, an increase of $1,139, the brine as long as desirable. the end of the Novena a knight in When your liver gets torpid and! ++ L' H. IIILL. Florida. +

a larger mrop \his'year and fully 125 377. thin small pieces should remain aboutfive full dress, whom the mistress of ceremonies your stomach acts queer, take Dr. + Lawtey +

acres are'riow'jplanted in spuds in, Kis- wetks. Meat from a hog of 250 had selected, appeared, and King's New Life Pills and you will i +

simmee !?l'the immediatecinit). HUMBUGGUS.-Wm. Marwick at pounds should remain about ton from the company chose a queen, find yourself feeling better. They + + 4to + + + + + + + + .
At least that many acres have been Humbuggus, recently trapped a rildiilce weeks. presenting her with a posev or bnu- purify the blood, give you freedomfrom
planted for sale in the markets of the creature which looked and acted The process is not pickling It is roet. and led her to the ball, ending constipation, biliousness, dizziness ........ ....tet..t......

country in addition to many homegipdens a wildcat but was three feet in lengthfrom merely a method of curing. The imethe the Novena. and indigestion. You feel fine- .

planted for private use. the tip of the now to the tip of i required is due to the fact that These customs! were abolished by jut like you want to feel. Clear the COMER L. PEES l

the tail. It was eighteen inches: liiehand : solution is not as strong as a pure thr Roman Catholic bishop, Rev. Augustine complexion, too. 25 cents at Drug .. Florida Est Estate, Land ud i

KISSIMMEE.-The Kissimmee Cit- weighed between forty and fifty salt solution Verot. | gists (1) e t tom.
of those who it Saint Augustine in olden times'! with _
Some saw r
affiliated with pounds. "laber Expert
'tUs Growers' A sciation: it, mount, so to de- TtolMM> TW IMS tot Affict Tbs tied her quaint"customs old Spanish homesand : Ana IM IKK, Mir mum tiara Cm ; .
the Florida Citrus Exchange, has pronounced & teak
aid
Bcctaie 011. UMirf
elect ULZAT1TE
Another packing cide the matter its taptor nn't it tn the BK9MO QCI5INKU tetter,..ordinary- J Senoritas must have ben mod The worst wet,no matter of hew long striding., jeari'Experienct at Stuks.lI1 .
proved a biff success. arc eared by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.Poner' .
QvimiBC ** doc not see! ocrroaintii sonnglsg indulged! .
= Serenading
It arrived safeand interesting. was :
house has been leased and the Smithsonian i Tnititpte U tt full tad Antiseptic Healmjr! Oil It rel'u.etPais
tead. Kcmrabct M e |.... ....e..t......
jt will tend Iin to a great extent, which added ecd le&a u he nine c.!9c LOO.>
present capacity of between three and pnl'nd1)1* a frta. ok let tIM Mxaitarc of E. W. &OVL.k ---- r qz
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!PAGE FOUR 1


-farmers, to whom the State Farm the money was borrowed to make that OVER HERE IN BRADFORD.Over A PLEASANT VACATION. CI,. .W.\IXWRlGJlT. I

f- Bradford f Coeoly TeIeraiilit s easily accessible, will profit by what enlargement. It is expected to pay ,

can see on the place. The implement that loan with dividends and perhapsby here in Bradford Two months ago Rev. 1... W7 Kick- Last Suil&y afternoon Miss Emma 1

Local and Lone Distance Phone sheds are veritable exposition the time they get that paid for, they Thepeople are g.od; liter decided to go away on a well- Ruth WaiQ Iight and Mr. Dalton :
buildings for all sorts of farming implements will have made another addition. So
apd went to Stuarf Thomas CJart
earned vacation
Every one is seekingHis were quietly married
Number 40 at
of the modern and labor it will be disparagement to the
saving -
no Kickliter the home Jhe
his Mr. bride's
to Lacy as
own livelihood. see son, !f. parents, Mr. '
kinds, and they have here an opportunity plant if it pays no dividends for some well as other relatives and friends on and Mrs. "":,':;:'no v. Wainwright, only the

Published weekly, and entered as, to judge as to what are years to come. It does riot mean thatit No' won'der they prosperAt the East Coast. He had the pleasureof immediate ;jftnily being present. Rev.

claw matter at the post.o ice their own needs in this respect, also as is not making dividends. The fact is He
eeond the rate they all go; finding them all doing well. A. 0. Wor ,hing, of the Episcopal =
to what will do well here and what it is. Up to the time I left home they
life takenut
at Starke, Florida. Everybody workingAnd had the time of his and was church, performed the ceremony.
will not and the modes of cul had not given out statement in
proper any nobody slow. on excursions by land and water and Miss Wiaiwright was reared .
in
.
Editor ud Owner ture. The stock raising carried on is fact, I understood that the year's work
E. S. MATTHEWS on hunting and fishing trips. Starke and; ts a cultured young lady of
according to the most approved lines, had not been balanced, but it was the
had wished to the Ever- lovable
Aisodtte Editor Living in plenty He long see dtefcosition and
LAGERGREN.
fl. E.
unassuming
tut it will be extended the of
greatly as soon opinion of and several
manager And saving some, too; glades and the work going on there, manner. l ir. Clark is a rising young
as proper pastures can be provided.The some money the first year on the orig-
Preparing for the rainy day and traveled on the canals to Lake business rruit of Savannah, and is well
farm benefits us greatly as an advertisement inal investment and that was more
PRESIDENT WILSON'S SPEECHES. As all wise people do. Okeechobee, calling at the new settle- known in Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Clark
but let us derive still than we expected it would do the first
ments. He even had an opportunityto left on the evening train for Savannah
I more good from it by considering it two or three years. In fact the dividend ,
examine one of the giant dredges their futur home followed
President Wilson has appealed to in the light of an experiment station. question was not a big one in Education progresses by the
With tremendous speed; digging canals there, and to see it most sincere congratulations and good
the country regarding preparedness.In I a the establishment of.the plant, as it

the last eight days ,he has made CATTLE TICKS WORSE THAN A was believed that if it could payexpen- The posterity is learningTo work, the superintendent showing him wishes -----.J.of t&ir friends.INJUflD _
live and succeed. all the details. His itinerary included
than of in each WOUND.If :
.
more a score speeches ses and buy all the hogs and cows
Miami and Palm Beach, and he is loud IN WOODS FIRE. .
.
:
which he has .
of emphasized necessityfor from the farmers in that vicinity, it ,
immediate action. He has employed would be dividends that We have plenty of churches in praise of the wonderful develop- } -

one of your steers or dairy cows enough, as And preachers so good ment of the East Coast. The Ever- t
such "new conditions ;
phrases as meant the Southern farms The othctf fire
success on day a in the
I "dangers infinite and constant," "dan- got a bad cut and was bleeding nearly Who are serving,the Lord as glades, he thinks, has a great future woods
where there has that
been failure and surrounded t\. G. Green's place
a quart of blood a day, you'd do something True ministers should. when the true status of that sort of on the
under
of and not
gers not our making about it in meant success for the southern business Sanderson T{.ad and Mr. Green worked
a hurry. You'd know land has been found. The six weekshe
control each all of them
our etc., and man where failure was staring heroically { keep it
tl' from
that such a-loss of blood would away his
indefinite but weaken Good roads and banks, spent on his vacation were profit-
significant yet apparently him the face the business
flatly in men fences. A ftump near the fence
the animal its
his prevent putting on And fine towns able as well as pleasant.PROSPEROUS was t
to him at least warranting very ;
cannot hope to succeed, because our burning fifrfcmsly, and he threw
weight and in of the some
case you'dSOOn
cow,
plea for "preparedness" at the earliest see the milk flow fall off. If you commercial system is almost whollydependent Things the looking around.prosperousAll BROOKLYN. turf on it li. quench the flames. Close 1 1I

possible moment. The President has couldn't handle the wound on the farm. way I to the sttmi i; was a pine having a
yourself, cup
taken preparedness out of politics and you'd think it a good investment to I. "The Moultrie plant cost originally, half full cf rum attached to it. The $
it the business of the and pay The farms are extensive
made
people
! veterinarian one hundred thousand dollars. Its Joseph Bolt, a well known farmer gum was biining, and a piece of turf
from
i L has asked them to attend to their busi- or a more to stop the bleeding.50 cents to $1, machinery and equipment was largely The apple of the eye- and fruit grower of the Brooklyn section fell into th is !
: ness. His direct appeal )las as muchas installed for 200 hogs day plant.Its I tell you old Bradford called at our office Tuesday. He
Ticks have the same effect on a steeror a a ing rosin ?$1 around, striking Mr.
said to the people that if they do chill and cold for Coming on the fly. well of his section and
I a cow as such a wound, but the difference room storage only speaks says Green in tht face and on the arms and

not attend to their business it will not is that you don't see the blood 250 a day. All we had to do when we that its capabilities are becoming rec- hands, caus :ig many painful wounds.
\ And if coming
be attended to. because it wanted to enlarge it was to add cold you are ognized. Many new citizens have been "
into
dripping flows the tick.
Not for 50 years has a president Every tick bite is a tiny wound on the storage units. A fifty thousand dollar You had better come soon; added to it lately, and several of them Mr. Bolt >himself is a progressive

made direct appeal to the people in a animal through which blood is addition was made this last summer, For in a short while are progressive farmers with capital farmer, lietrig one of the few who prac-

matter of this kind. McKinley "swung being drawn. These constantly tiny- eight months after it had started :business There won't be any room.There's which enables them to pursue agriculture tice irripatiin. He has tried improved -

round the circle" discussing political wounds and the drawing of this blood and now the plant can kill :.nd welcomeTo and stock breeding on a large black heroes with great success and

issues. Roosevelt confined his speeches irritates the animal and weakens it store about a thousand hogs a day. a hearty scale, and land which until lately sold also has r. # vineyard of bunch

on extensive" trips to "civic righteous- just the same as the wound. The "The plant had no working capital the man who means well; at $5 an acre now brings $50. The grapes, including: Concords and Niag

ness. Wilson has gone to the people to start with and has It Come, and live here with us, land is thinks
wound may, of course, become infected none now. required high and good, and the many aras. He we have not yet begun -
with a proposition that ought to have It's a fine place to dwell.
hundred thousand -
about '
and make the animal very sick, but a lakes nestling among the hills make to knoifr the possibilities of our

been given fair and square consideration the in lars for working capital last while the landscape very picturesque. soil and climate.
tick addition to causing bloodto
by Congress without any prod- It is much larger this \virfer. but the The folks they all hustle I .

ding from constituents. Undoubtedly fever flow may give the animal Texas capital was furnished last year by the And keep bread on the shelf; _ _ -- %t -----_ _

it is the absence of action at Wash- and even kill it. local banks. It was a nice arrangement And will cheerfully help him .....................4..............................

indeed to This is not a theory. Actual experiments Who can't help himself.J. f
ington
opposition preparedness show for them, as it used their money : :
which the believes to be that where an animal is F. CREWS.A .
president the winter when had
during they T.IEnty -
heavily infested with ticks they will Political
urgent, that convinced him of the necessity draw much and pid it back in the early spring : Announcements I
as as 200 pounds of blooda BIG SCENIC PRODUCTION
of creating public opinion to ,.hen they began ts let it out to the .
year from a 1,000 pound steer. Of :
.
overcome opposition of politicians and course they do not draw this all at farml:'!:i. Meat in <->ld storage is as ., ., ., .&AAAA.A&A....6..a, 4.&AA.....AA.AAA A
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strengthen weak-kneed senators and good collateral as cotton in warehouse. How book lovers in Starke i :
representatives. Naturally the condi- once, but get if in tiny sucks. Figures many Cards not more than one inch in length; (72 '-/>-k faithfufl\JTor!! the interest of my district
show that the blood in a steer at any Hence the local banks made qui '- n have read the delightful story of "The words will be published under this heading and promise if .re-elected to continue to serve

tions obtaining in a presidential year time weighs about 50 neat little sum out of their winter's Trail of the Lonesome Pine" is prob- From date of receipt until the primary election it to the best !.? my ability and therefore *e.rctfully -
one
would have much to do with the attitude pounds. in in June for ?5. A proportionate additional soL'rtij your support at the coming
loans which; they had always kept lematical but all who have read the
Where the ticks are very numerous charge will be made for additional space fractional primary. A. H. WILLIAMS.FOR .
of senators and congressmen and busy, therefore they force their vault previously, ci else let it out book will want to see the play which parts of an inch being counted as an -
very ,
unless public opinion was quite well to their correspondent? at low interest. Eugene Walter has written around Mr. inch. Announcement fees are payable in advance COMMISSIONER DISTRICT. NO. 2.
defined. the animal to renew its blood four and this rule will not be varied. I hereby sni unce myself a candidate for

times a year. This means that blood "The fftct of tha packing house on Fox's romantic mountain girl, June. County ComroUiioner: for district No. 2 (Lake

One thing, however, is certain-the that should to make milk meat the arm.J g interest throughout.hat The Will E. Culhane Amusement Company FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT. Butler a-id respectfully solicit the support of
president has no personal motive in go or I respectfully announce my candidacy for the voters of ,he district at the coming pri
tion has >
entire t practically a
into ticks. An actual f.:1 en have transferred to the stage the the of Clerk of the Circut
the goes fattening office Court of mary. If elt-clrd I promise to discharge: the
to unless it
appealing people, be to experiment showed that a tickinfested revolution. The farmers are r.ct only atmosphere of the Virginia hills, and Bradford County and solicit your support at duties of thi J-tTice impartially and to have

make demands for his own failure to beginning to diversify in real fact, but it is that the primary election to be held on the 6th day the interest cftall the people always at heart.
artistically perfect
so are
bring preparedness to the attention of steer which weighed only 730 you of June 1916. I am encouraged to enter this I R. J. ANDREWS.I .
pounds and was a scrawny animal, they are quitting the credit system.The almost made to believe you are inhal- race by the flattering vote received by me at

Congress at an extra session. In his when freed from coming of the boll weevil and the ing the fragrance of the mountainside.It the last election at which time I withdrew hereby nrfi.iunce myself a candidate for
ticks
whole career as well as in his admin by being dippedin of the banks is of from the second primary in order to preserve County ComnrJrMoner in and for District No.
the arsenical bath skepticism course, comes to the auditorium for one harmony in the
istration of the dipping gained party as well as the proffered 2 (Lake Butltr and Worthington and respectfully
executive office there: 385 pounds in weight in two months. helping them in that.. But when a night only with Miss Eily O'Connor as support of friends who were otherwise obligated solktt the support of the voters at
has been nothing to indicate that he during that campaign. Those having the democratic}
armer wants something from the store primary election to be held on
would, if he could make issue The price that you'd pay a veteri- June, a part in which she excels. Don'tforget business i with the office will if I am elected June 6th. I promise if elected to give careful
political
a narian for curing a wound, or that you he is learning to have a pig ready to the time, tomorrow (Saturday) be given courteous attention and consideration. and conscientious! attention to the duties of
of so grave a national crisis as he to the packing house and that The records under my personal care the office. ,> C. A. ROBERTS.
has pictured selfishly to his: would spend for liniment and clothsto carry evening at 8:15. Admission, 50 and and supervision shall ever be open to inspection -f_ _ _ _
promote : cure the wound yourself, would makes him a cash customer, and he 25 cents; reserved seats 25 cents extra. by the public. Respectfully, FOR COMMISSIONER DISTRICT -NO. 4.-

own interest; nor is there anything to than for has learned that it also makes him a H. C. RICHARD. I hereby announce myself a candidate for
more pay dipping ticky cattle -
warrant the assertion that he is endeavoring re-election to /he office of County Commissioner
close buyer, and he is beginning to CARD FROM W. J. EPPERSON. -
and this terrible drain I hereby
to save on announce myself a candidate for for ditrict No. 4 IStarke). While
"drive" to
Congress car- their blood and strength. The troublein appreciate that fact as well as the re-election to the office of Clerk of the Circuit the duties cf J:.be office were new to me I
ry out his preparedness Court. subject to the action of the Bemocratic '
programme.He merchant who was loath to do any have tried to Serve the best interesU of my
driving the animal to the dipping party at the primary election to be held June
has simply taken In announcement for district .and .th
congressmen at making my county at large. With the
further credit until he his boll
I II I vat and letting it swim through wouldbe got 6th. 1916. Pledging to the people of Bradford experience I-.S&ve had I feel that I can give
their word-they have wanted to hear j weevil bearings. shreriff of the county I wish to say to county courteous, prompt and careful attentionto better lien iCf n the future and if re-elected

from their constituents and the President less than treating the wound.It "There is no trouble whatever in the citizens of the county that it will the business of the office I respectfully so- I shall certain-j always strive to do what is

is that costs only 50 cents a head at most, be licit their support. best for concerned.. On this basis I
; seeing they do hear from something like six weeks before I solicit -
the The Mbultrie W. T. WEEKS.
including the first cost of dipping vats selling product. the vote* tf the democrats of the district.
,
i them. plant has never sent out a salesman can enter actively into the campaign, : i J. L. UNDERHILL
to clear of FOR
cattle these
bloodsuckers.It REPRESENTATIVE
-GROUP 0 NE. '
I Of course, his opponents, in defense, owing to my duties at the state farm. -
will cost and they could sell ten times their To the Democratic Electors of Bradford Coun FOR COMMISSIONER
ask him your county only $50 to After the time mentioned I shall Florida DISTRICT NO. S
to explain. They want to The business comes to them hopeto ty :- I hereby
output. announce myself a candidate for
know what he means by the phrases he $100 to build a dipping vat, and you: and the products are so excellent that see all of the citizens of the coun- GROUP I hereby ONE.nnounce for myself a candidate in County CortrSiisioner of District No. 5
how much this re-nomination for the office
figure first
uses. They would have him tell the I can cost they practically sell themselves. Many ty and to present to them such claimsas of Representative of Bradford County Florida the(Brooker and hampton). I respectfully solicit
head is if divided all the support og the voters at the democratic
contents of the telegrams which he !1 per cattle the vat. After among the vat have asked me about the interferenceof I have to their consideration. I subject to to be the held action in June of the 1916.democratic. primary primary to Us >eld on June 6th and promise '

reads and which near is hope to be elected and if I I if elected to da my duty as such ommissiooer.S .
daily so seriously disturb the big packers. That is not to be am pro- I respectfully solicit the support of all demo
built cents head will
5 for
his mind. They would even have a pay arsenic considered. The big packers have been mise to try and conduct the affairs of ocratic electors and promise if nominated and ---A. B. SURRENCY.I .
for enough dippings to rid elected to faithfully discharge the duties
him disclose state it your the sheriff's office in such manner thatno of I hereby announce myself
For
secr'ets.i i of ticks.Moreover our friends rather than our enemies. the office. JOE HILL WILLIAMS.I a candidate for
would be the easiest thing in the county !' one will have just ground for com County Commissioner of District No. IiI
We often sell them meat and lad'in (Hampton, Eitwker and New '
when beef animal has I River), and re- <
I world tha nto say, "Why didn't you been freed ,from ticks a because it winter time when our coolers run over plaint. Very respectfully, Group hereby One announce for representative myself a in candidate the State In spectfully sotfcit! the support of the democratic

! tell us so. in the first place, and then can and have to be emptied and the local W. J. EPPERSON. Legislature subject to the action of the voters and veters in the'.r mary to be held on June $tb.
be sold in the at the stockyards faithfully wromise if elected to do duty
open pens in the democratic my
i you would not have ,had to appeal to in competition with other free demand is not that special kind of ADJUDGED INSANE. on June 6th. I promise primary if elected eleition to to give be held as such eomir'.ioner and to use all my efforts ":
careful
I the! people?" Such criticism as this cattle, it brings from $5 to $10 more: meat. There is always a market for attention to the duties of the office and to in the continuing't roads.t;.? Nork the county J. E. ADKINS.convict upon IM I
merely reflects on critics and shows use my utmost endeavors to act for the best f
I : all kinds of meat in Chicago and often "
per head than when offered for immediate interests of all concerned.
them to be men of small mental and L. F. Sheffield life term I wish to announce to the citizens of Commissioned -:;'
I slaughter only from you can get more for it there in winter a prisoner, D. F. MCDONALD.FOR No.
a quar- IStJriet 5 that I am a candidate ;
moral caliber. It has absolutely no time than in the south. The was brought to the Starke jail from for Cou*
antine pen. It costs less to ship tick- big packers t., Commissioner in and for said t

I appeal to the people to offset the free cattle than ticky cattle, because have all they can attend to and the State Farm Monday to be examined I hereby REPRESE-iTATIVfj-GROUP announce myself a candidate TWO.in primary district. subjf/tto elecin of the June action 6th.of the If democratic elected I J.

pleadings of the President himself. His ticky cattle have to be shipped under they have learned the democracy of for lunacy. Sheffield came from GROUP TWO for nomination for the office of promise to fruitfully discharge the duties of

I observation that "responsibility can- business is the best kind of businessto Greenville, and had been implicated in Representative in the Legislature from Brad. the office widl: abe view of serving the best in- I
restrictions ford
quarantine which add to county subject the .
to
action of the Democratic teresU of al\ toneerned. :
not be shirked without disgrace andperil" the cost, and make the animal worth live and let live. The old squeezing two or three murders there. It is understood primary election to be held on June it JAMES REYNOLDS. -

I is not only trite but forceful, less at home and cause it to bring less game is past. There are hundreds of that he had been a merchantand all 6th 1916. I respeetfolly solicit the support of __, -* ::1
voters at said Democratic
I fully answering his critics and, at'the small independent plants in the west has a wife and three children. promise primary and FOR SHERIFF. I
net profit at the packing house. a faithful discharge of my duty if I I hereby ahtounce myself a candidate for ,'';
i same time, bringing responsibility S and they are multiplying right under Since coming to the State Farm he am honored with nomination and election. re-election to:r.e office of Sheriff of Bradford \.''

I home to the people themselves. WHAT A BIG PACKING HOUSE the shadow of the big plants. Thereis had taken his sad fate very much at .- A. S. CREWS. county.deavored I'ho during my encumbency en- .p

! One thing is certain. The cordial t HAS DONE. J no danger from that source. heart and thought over it night and FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT. sheriff, and to l.Utthfully
I reception shown the President, the "Since Georgia buys forty million ,, day until what appeared like lunacy for I the respectfully announce myself a candidate approval cf tV public to the extent that I can i

confidence in him expressed by enthus- dollars worth of meat anually and developed. Bradford office of Superintendent of Schools of hope for a ..(*d support at the coming pri- 1:
Mr. county, and solicit your support in mary. If reqcted I promise service
P. B. Leavy of Summerfield as good
iastic applause, the quickening of the Alabama about twenty-five million Sheffield is a man 6 feet 3 inches tall the primary election to be held on the 6th of as hitherto ati> wiil endeavor to do better yet. {.1.,
mind has kindly sent us a copy of the Tus- June, 1916. pledging mys !f. if elected to wherefore I :peetfuy!! !
public are bound to have results : dollars worth anually, practically all and of powerful physique, and it was faithfully solicit your support.
caloosa (Ala.) News, which containsan discharge my duties. <<< S. B. DENMARK.
at which otherwise q
Washington of it coming from the west, it would judged safest to have the inquiry, 0. L. MIZELL. .3 .
.
of visit
account of Mr.
J. W.
could not have been expected while a seem that there is room for quite a which took place Tuesday afternoon, I TMs is t3 tr nounce to the citizens of Brad ,'
both senators and Greer, a member' the Moultrie, Ga., hereby announce myself a candidate for ford county Wit I am a candidate for Sheriff "
representatives have in
the
of in where he
number these jail the
packing house of that city. plants two states was confined. The office of County Superintendent of Public jujct to the, *:ion of the democratic primary
their noses so deeply imbedded in without crowding. Tuscaloosa could commissioners were Drs. Tomlinsonand Instruction, subject to the action of the demo election to b* !iyld on June 6th. 1 respectfully .<

"pork barrel" schemes. So far this Mr. Greer was banquetted by the not spend better than fora Campbell and Mr. R A. Weeks. ocratic primary election to be held on June solicit the swort of all voters at the said ;j
any 6th
money 1916. I
Tuscaloosa board of trade and in respectfully solicit the primary and fmise a faithful discharge of the
responding support 1
session of Congress has been characterized packing plant. The Moultrie plant The prisoner walked about in his cell of the voters at said primary. duties of tbe' 'Tice if I am elected. '

by too little statesmanship and to a call for an address, paid put last year over a half million like a dazed man, being under the _F. A. SCOTI'. I i.i W. J. EPPERSON. ;
other Mr. Greer said '
things ,
:
among -- -
too much politics. There has been
more "If dollars to the farmers for stock. This impression, as far as his few answersto I nereby announce myself a candidate for: '

consideration of the President's eligibility your business men should decide ,I year it will be nearly three times the commissioners' questions elicited the office of County Superintendent of Public i j FOR SENATOR. It

to a second term than there has to build a packing plant, there wouldbe that. The that he Instruction subject to the action of the I hereby Bounce myself a candidate for
largest number ,
killed was going to
any away collect democratic i State Ser.&tt from the
primary June Fifteenth <
no trouble in getting stock for it. on 6th 1916. Pledging Senatorial ;
been of the nation's ability to maintain month last winter was 5200. This money for an antomobile he had sold. to the people prompt courteous and care--1 District iBnwikrd county), subject to the will ,

; peace with honor. The cowardly plea Our plant was in process of promotionand ;Muter there were 12500 kiled| in The eramination brought out that he ful dispatch of their business if elected I1 I I of the demorktie'oters as expressed at the ;
erection about fourteen respectfully solicit the primary election to be held
i of months support of the voters on June 6th. I
at has
"peace any price" reached December."If is far in at said .oJ
and
lunacy he
and during that time made stock gone has been primary. E. R. POPPELL. respectfully Julicit the support of the voters
I
I too many ears and governed to too we the south gees into the packing ordered by Judge Gardiner to be sent j at said pnmS& and promise my faithful attention '9.

, great extent the conduct of congressmen. campaigns in all the surrounding country business she will her to Chattahoochee.THE the I hereby announce myself for re-election to1 j to thf duties of the office if I am elected 1
I pay mortgagesin office of 1
, The President's telling the farmers about the pack County Superintendent of Schools A. D. ANDREWS. .
bas- of
campaign _
five less. The Bradford
years or west did it county and respectfully solicit -t :
ed as it is on a higher moral plane ing house, the advantages it would in that time, and we can raise stock PUZZLED DUTCHMAN.I'm your votes in the June primary. If elected. I FOR MEMBJil SCHOOL BOARD DIST. NO. 2 :
and characterized business bring them and giving brief instruc- will endeavor to hold and increase the great To the Voo-r*-I hereby announce my candidacy .
by plead- cheaper than the west. It is the only growth of our Ichools in results and for mrtnler of the Board of Public Instruction j
tions how beuefits
.. ing, will beyond a doubt settle one to prepare for hog raisingfor way I can see for the southern farmers a broken hearted Dutchman to the children of the county.F. 11' you must understand that the first nomination t! the primary. If successful I ;
question which might as well be set- G. SCHELL.
to get out of debt and therefore Vot's killed mit crief promise tJo
for und shame; -- t.) r my very best efforts to advance J
two will have
or
tled first as last-whether-the people year you to rely the business man to get out of debt." I dels you de trouble ishI FOR TAX COLLECTOR. the cause of education in Bradford county. ,

have greater confidence in Congress largely on hogs for your business, as -Exchan e. : doesn't know mine I hereby announce myself a candidate for *our sup *rt.respectfully solicited.

than they have in the President. Ex. it requires longer to raise good cattle You dinks it's name. re-el..etion Bradford for the office of Tax Collector for N. E. ROBERTS.FOR .

and the demand for poor beef is not Colds Need Attention. ferry funny, eh? DemocraticUr.ty- 8ubj"tTto th< action of the MEMBgit: SCHOOL BOARD DIST. NO. 3
Yen primary June
Elsewhere in today's Telegraph will enough to begin with to kill any great Internal throat and chest troubles you de story hear, miee Jf lected to give the Office 6. 1916.my time and pro-and I hereby announce myself a candidate fornelectilll

be found the most complete descrip- number of cattle. I believe the Ioul- produce inflammation You vill not vunder den so mooch, the people my servcie. Respectfully District a* Member of the School Board for
No.IL-
irritation swel- It subject to the action of the
tion of the State Convict Farm yet given. trie plant last spring and summer ling or soreness and unless checked, at':' was so strange und queer. ___B. )I. DOWLING. I democratic frimary election to be held on

The reason for the existence of killed about five or six thousand cattle. Mine mudder had two leetl twins; FOR COUNTY JUDGE. June 6th. I<**pectfuly! solicit the support of
once, are likely to lead I the
to serious voters avjsid
I the farm is to have a place for the "The plant there finished its first Dey vas me und mine broder; for retelln"oun e myself as a candidate primary election.
trouble. CHESLEY
Caught in time Dr. Bell's Ve lockt office of _ FOGG.
so ferry mooch alike of County Judge
where their I -
I prisoners work will make year of operation on December 14. It Pine Tar Honey loosens Bradford eounty subject to the action ---
the *
: them self-supporting after hiring them was said by the manager that if'e phlegmand No ,vun knew vich vas de oder. the promise Democratic primary June 6th, 1916, and To the cilia tOR Jp of TAX Bradford ASSESSOR.
destroys the if
County -
elected :
' out shall be abolished and the germs which have Vun of der boys vas Yawcob to give the same daily at. I
proP could get fifteen thousand hogs and tention to the express roy sincere gratitude and appreciation -
settled of
, ject will be a success in attaining this five thousand cattle to kill, he would in the throat and nose. It is Und Hans de Oder's name; tore as in the pair the office in the *" for iht: very kind consideration givenme

soothing and healing. Pine is anti- But den it makes past.GEO.. in th past. and solicit your cordial sup
end. But the no difference A. .
, .. farm promises to be of make expenses. The plant got more GARDINER.I I port in the-.forthcoming democratic primary
benefit to in septic; honey is soothing-both to- Ve boff got called der election for the office of
great the state a way than twice that number. of hogs- same. hereby announc myself; County Assessor of
that was not included in the planning. somewhat over 33OOO-and gether possess excellent medicinal Veil, vun of us got dead, t office of County Judge and a respectfully candidate for Taxes. Should] I again be elected you will
nearly solict always find me the
the on job ready to give the
The manager happens to be a competent twice the required number of cattle. qualities for fighting cold germs. In- Yaw; myn her, dot ich so; primary support election of the voters at the democratic best service ci which I am capable.

I and enthusiastic agriculturist, Of course, the plant has paid no divi- sist on Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. 25c But vedder Hans or Yawcob, believe I jdid my to duty.when be held I on held June the 6th.office I ;. Very N. truly
before. D.
I and. his works in clearing land, build- dends the first year, and probably will all druggists. ((1)) Dot ve do not know. honorable and am elected again I shall give a _" _-' WAINWRIGHT.

.. ing roads, draining, planting, etc., con- not pay any for several years to come, Just now have Und so I am in drouples, duties of the office.conscientious T.'diaehal'lte J. DEKLE.of the FOR I SUPERVISOR or REGISTRATION.
candidate
we a large number of I am a for reelection to the office :
stitute valuable object lessons to the not because it is not making dividends, special picture frames. All gant git pas mine head -OR COJOOSSIONZR of supervisor of registration and will thank

'farmers of the state. We are confident but because it was enlarged four times come and bargains; Vedder I'mHans vots lifing, I hereby anDOunee III'wlf DISTRICT NO. J. the voters a, the coming primary for their "
see them. Hgover.. Bros. Or Yawcob a candidate for reelection support. I bve given careful attention to the
that at least its vot is dead. to the office
our Bradford coun- original size this last summer and Studio. for Diatrlet of Count7 Commilaoner duties of thiS office! in the past and will continue
No.
-Plant City Courier. Drfng my 1 (Providence and to do 'so if I am elected for another
incumbency I have
Palestine'l term. f C A. KNIGHT.

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i FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1916. :
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA.. ;I PAGE FIVE
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STRAWBERRY SHIPMENTS.The COUNCIL HELD ITS REGU- HOME FROM EL PASO. AT PALESTINE SCHOOL. j jMs. 1 -: t

LAR SESSION ON TUESDAY '- 1i i f'

Bits strawberry shipments since the Mr. N. B. Hull returned home frlm Wamr l;, the demonstration i
of LocalInformation last issue of the Telegraph up to El Paso, Texas, Friday, after a three agent for the Gals Canning Club, came ;. i
Thursday have been as follows: Fri- Number of Bills Paid-Little weeks' stay at the bedside of his out to Palestine :school and instructed i

day, 36 bushels; Saturday, 25; Monday brother, Mr. J. W. Hull. Unable to the girls and ladies of the community < 1

II 50; Tuesday, 108; Wednesday, 31. Business Except the Us- stay longer, he had to leave for home making jelly, and the art of economy. I! 1

% For Thursday's (yesterday's) ship ual Routine. and say a last good-bye to his brother If all the people would take her advice l :

ment Agent A. P. Hoffman had or- whom he, in all probability, will about these thiifs, why they would i i
IC..NralM Omr ?.... .. 3uinr .td
7'.1, ,. ... c..crr..... dered an express car, as the outlook never meet again in this world.J. enjoy themselves more at home. She I
warranted it, and when the different Starke, Feb. 1, 1916. W. Hull, a Starke boy, left for also gave them Instructions as to the

packages are all in one place there The city council met in regular ses- El Paso. several years ago to cure preparation of tj: dr seed bod and how .

-- -- would be no occasion for any of themto sion at 7:30 o'clock p. m., with the himself of tuberculosis, which had af- to plant the seed, and also how to ;

Miss Era Crews visited Raiford lad Col. W. T. Weeks was a visitor to be delayed during transfer. following members present: E. S. fected one of his lungs. His health transplant them}(
Friday. Lawtey The prices ruling have been 10 cents Matthews, chairman; J. W. Andrews, was restored to him, but after expos- The girls aw'f taking a great inter- ,
Thursday.1 and 12% cents per quart, a few quarts Jr., S. A. Bryan. ures sustained while he was employedas est in this work more than ever be- I

bringing 15 cents. Minutes of the last meeting were a mail clerk, the other lung became fore. The girl are always glad to
Mr. W. F. Godwin, of Lawtey, was ia Rev. and Mrs. H. G. Denison spent read and approved.The affected and the trouble was increased see Mrs. Waldrup come, because then j

town Saturday. Saturday in Jacksonville.A. REV. AND MRS. HENDRY ENTER collector'reported fines collected during a severe attack of typhoid they know she will tell them something II

TAIN. for January $17.80. fever. Now his case is considered incurable good. And may she go on in this '

Mrs. D. D. Weeks has returned froma S. Crews, Esq., made a business The treasurer's report was ordered and death may occur at any great work mor than ever before and i j

trip to Columbia, S. C. trip to Lawtey Thursday.C. Last Monday evening Rev. and Mrs. filed as follows: time.Of may the people:help her in it. ,! !

Hendry entertained the official board General Fund late Mr. Hull had been a contractor PRO?. L. C. TAYLOR, j .:
S. Durling was in Jacksonville Jan. 1. to amt on hand __$147.57 l of Palestine School.
hotelman --- ------- for Principal ;
Morgan Redding, the Lawtey and the stewards of the Methodist Jan. 31, reed Silas Kite fines __________ 17.80 building and furnishing resi- __ i
in town I on business Thursday.N. dences and had been _1-- i iCLASSIFIEp i iJ.
was Saturday.R. church also their wives the of so successfulthat
guest Total ______________________________ 165.37 he will leave his family in + + + + + 44,4 + + + + + + + + ,
D/Wynn of Montbrook spent honor being Rev. L. W. Moore, of Jan. 31. by amt paid out ___________ 96.65 com- ; :,
R. Wynn, of Hampton, was in Dade City who was for four fortable circumstances. His daughter, + + ;
town Saturday, visiting relatives. Sunday with relatives in Starke.L. presiding elder, of this district.years Mr. Jan. :31. to amt on hand ____________ 68.82 Miss Rose Mary Hull, of Lawtey, is '+ ADVERTISING }. j
Road
and Bridge Fund
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Moore is one of the most able minis- Jan. 1, to amt on hand _____________ 271.38 with him and will probably remain to + + 1
0. J. Farmer, of the Times-Union, H. Austin, of Jacksonville, is visiting ters of the Florida conference, and is Jan. 31, by amt paid out ____________ 287.21 the last. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ;

was in town the first of the week.W. relatives and friends in Starke. well known and much beloved in Jan. :31, to amt overdraft -_.. 15.83 Mr. N. B. Hull says that there was Lost :$ind Found .
Starke. Interest Fund none of the excitement at El Paso
E. Wainright, of Hampton, was Justice B. D. Kelly, of Raiford, was Mrs. Hendry served refreshments to Jan. 31, to amt on hand _________.____ 908.91 some time ago that outsiders were LOST-One K % S ratchet wrench. 4-

in Starke Wednesday, buying cross- among the visitors to Starke Mon her guests and all spent a most de- Jan. 31, to amt Sinking on hand Fund______________ 172.36 made to believe had taken place on Reward for return to Harold S.
ties. day. Waterworks Fund account of sensational reports in the Brown.'r 1-21-tf.
lightful evening. Those present were __ __ __ _
Jan. 31, to amt on hand __ __ 335.00 J.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott Mr. and Mrs.J. papers. He says a large portion of '
Scrip was ordered drawn for payment of
Miss Emma S. D. Dukes, of the Graham section, the the population there is Mexican and For Sale or Exchange
Darby returned home W. White, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Col- following bills: ; ,

Monday evening from a trip to New was transacting. business in Starke ley, Mr. and Mrs E. S. Matthews, 0. 'P.. S. Matthews, mem General council Fund.________. 1.00J. that they and the Americans are get- FOR SALE neat cottage, extra 1

York. Monday. W. White and D. E. Knight. W. Andrews. Jr. do ______________ 1.00S. ting along well together. He describesEl house and ba;!I1 on place. Plenty of
A. Bryan do ______________. 1.00 Paso as a very busy place, pleasantfor
Mr. E. A. Kennedy, of Lake Butler, J. W. White do ___________________ 1.00A. room for a gi tden. Nice location. A
:Mrs. Emily Phillips has gone to visit NEWS ITEMS OF IXTERESTI' S. Crews treas salary _________ 7.50C. a residence. bargain. Hocrver Bros. Starke, Fla.
her son, Mr. Albert Phillips and was an appreciated caller at our office FROM BUSY LAKE BUTLER' 4 F. Hoover mayor !fees :__:__:-::::. 7.00 .
Thursday.D. Silas Kite salary and fees ____________ 54.00 Frank Morgan and T. S. Williams 1
family. Ed Burnsed do _______________________ 62.00 ]have shipped large quantities of sweet FOR SALE-Five acres of land, six j'
(Continued From Page 1.) C. A..Flitch clerk fees -_ 14.10 room dwelling in good repair, barn
W. Moore, of Theressa, was ed the occasion and thanked Mrs. Wil- Bradford Co. Telegraph notice of bond ]potatoes to Tampa this week.
Mrs. Silas Kite and-Mrs. Will Bryan the throngh of visitors to our sale ________________________________ 12.00 and outhoase4.grape. vines and fruit
went to Tampa last Friday to visit among son for her hospitality. Starke Tel. Co. phone rent ____________ 1.50 We have so many charming new trees, all ill cay limits of Starke, for
relatives. city :Monday.T. Those present were, Mesdames Se- F. B. Shipman asst fire chief __________ 2.00 sale termsor cash. D. E.
_______ styles of photos that we canot tell you on ; Knight
ber J. E. Maines Pad-I Gus Beasley fireman _________ 1.00'
King, Percy Drew Alvarez do ____________________ 1.00 :about them all. Visit our studio and Starke, Fla. 1-21-tf.
Rev. John A. Hendry spent Wed- H. Rimes, a well known citizenof gett, Henry Stuart, Geo. Epperson, Ab Sydboten do ___________________ 1.00 see them. Hoover Bros.
the Dukes section, was a visitor to Herbert Priester, Borum, A. C. Strick Chas. Beasley do _____________________ 1.00 Studio. PLANTS
nesday and Thursday on business in Markley Johns do _______u___________ 1.00 STRAWBERRY grownin
Jacksonville.Mrs. Starke Monday.Mrs. land, Stanton, Jim Priester, Geo. Al- Leo Canova do _____________________ 1.00 CIVIC CLUB MEETING.The Illinois ishould be orderednow.
derman, Bob Rivers, Russell Chastain, Allan Canoia do ____________________ 1.00 ,
J. G. Alvarez of Jacksonville, Will Baisden do ____.________________ 1.00 regular monthly meeting of the orders with
W. J. Grant, of St. Augustine, Henry Rosenberg, E. L. Green, Wil- Will Moitt do _______________________ 1.00 Civic Club was held in the council Place: your
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her Dr. is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.J. son, Will Johnson; Misses Irene Ed- Manufacturers' Record nonce of bond F. L g Turner ';
is in town visiting parents, W. Andrews, Jr. wards, Hattie Fowler Marshall Proc- sale --____________________________ 9.40 room Wednesday afternoon, and prov- me. Fireproof
and Mrs. J. 0. Haynes.Mrs. The Bond Buyers notice of bond sale __ 19.60 'ed to be an enthusiastic meeting. The Garage. Siarke 24tf.
tor Ruth Page. ,
names of quite number of _
A. B. Surrency, candidate for coun- Total ______i_________---.192.10 a our prom- h ,
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U. G. Turner of Gainesville, inent business added the PEANUTS'
commissioner from district No. 5, Road and Bridge Fund men were to SEED FOR SALE-I am
came up to attend the concert given ty Sineer-Gilmore.: Qufcluy: Lumber Co. lumber and nails 21.53 honorary membership of the club, offering f*>r Immediate acceptance ,
was in town Monday. J. W. Andrews & Son hauling trash __ 11.25 and cash kith the order N. C. Flat -
by the American Quartet.Mr. Last Mr.: Sam Sin- thereby swelling the treasury and sev-
Tuesday evening Ned Williams street work ____________ .85 utl
of the ger and bride arrived here. Mr. Sin- J. S. Mercer do _.?________..._______ 25,hO eral ladies joined as active membersat Vine Pear; at Eighty-five cents
F. G. Schell, county school superintendent Prof. S. A. Draper, principal W. F. Mott sanitary work ____________ 83.20 this meeting.Our per bushel of twenty-five pounds f.
Lake Butler High School, was a visitor ger was married in Savannah, Ga., atJacob's o. b. Lowell, t la. H. T. Hall, Low-
of Bradford, visited the to Starke Monday.C. synagogue by Rabbi H. Le- Total .----________.__________142.63 efficient mayor, Mr. C. F. Hoover ell, Fla. > 1-14-tf.
Starke school last Tuesday.Mrs. vine, who pronounced the ceremony in Upon motion the council adjourned. called in and gave quite an instruc- .

Roberts cotton buyer and mer- the Hebrew language, and by Dr. C. A. FUTCH. tive and encouraging talk. He sug- FOR EXCHANGE-Would exchangemy
A. ,
: C. L. Peek will return home to- chant of Graham, was transacting bus- Charles Blum nthal. who repeated the Town Clerk. gested that the club use "Civic Pride"as I home -Jacksonville.. House has

morrow from a visit to"her daughter, Starke :Monday.H. ceremony in the English language.The Eoi'E. their slogan and strive to implant 8 rooms, smart garage, laundry room
iness in
Mrs. C. F. Sayles, of Miami. bride was Miss Sadie Gilmore, this idea, or, germ, as the Mayor expressed -I I and shad trees, faces south, lot 50
January 18th, one white male setter, it into x140 pavtj street and line
T. Wasdin of one of Savannah's popular young la- the mind of every citi- car cen-
and W.
Wasdin ,
D. black!
Mrs. W. L. Wall and Mr. A. E. Wall visitors dies. A grand reception was given I ears, left side of paw black, 18 zen of our little town. ter of Riverside, for a good farm .
business
section were months old medium Reward
the Graham size. to
little have returned from a Several important matters 20 to 40 t'err'a within four miles of ;
and son the couple in Savannah, after were
to Starke Monday.C. young finder. Dr. J. P. Tomlinson, Starke,
visit to relatives in Madison. I which they left for Washington, New Fla. brought up and voted on, among them Starke. Whit have you to offer? :

I candidate for county York, Boston, Baltimore and other being the planting of shade trees G. S. Warren,.1813 Oak Street, Jack- ;
A. Roberts,
:Mrs. Jennie Clyatt and little daughter commissioner in district No.2, was places. THE COMING PLAY. around the school grounds, also the sonville, Fla.: 1244t. i

Emmie, spent Sunday at Raiford I among the visitors to Starke Mon- Hearty congratulations were extended removal of unsightly and dilapidated FOR SALE:Limited a oust largre i !
and Worthington with relatives. the their out-buildings, fences and all useless
couple
young on arrival Eugene Walter's dramatization of 1 j
day. debris. Spanish peanuts; Well cleaned; very f.
here. Sam is very highly thoughtof "The Trail of the Lonesome Pine" is ,
Mrs! H. C. Richard left the latter Messrs. L. J. Wynn and W. T. Mc- by every one in Lake Butler and his full of comedy touches in the love- The club hopes to accomplish many make prolific two, mature in awarded ninety first days,prize will 11; I
part of this week for the Northern friends wish for him and his things in the near future and urges crops; 1
Ever of the Graham section, were many making scene between Dave and :
young at county fairs. Price $2 bush-
markets to buy her stock of spring bride of happiness and all old members not to take their mem- per 4',1, i
transacting business in Starke Monday many years June, and between June and Jack Hale, el. Jerusak'ni artichokes, produce i!
from
millinery. prosperity. as well as that lent to the bright spir- bership this organization but to 300 to 50C! bushels per acre; fine hog :i
keep on, and work diligently for '
its of Berkley, Jack's chum, and the a feed \vfll in perfect : i
con-
returned ; they ; stay :
Mrs. W. H. Graham visit has to Columbia Mrs. J. M. Sparkman is in LaCrosse Christian Church Notes. homely,wit and philosophy of Uncle most worthy cause.CANADIAN dition in the-ground. all the winter t

from a delightful the of Mrs., with her mother, Mrs. Cooksey, who The meetings at Starke last Sundaywere Billy Bean, the Justice of the Peace. PARLIAMENT for hogs to feed on; 5 bushels to :,
S. C., where she was guest has been very ill of late, but is now attended by a little larger audiences The play opens at sunset on the trail plant an acre $1.25 per bushel.

,J. F. Gibson. improving.M. than the previous meetings. and closes at sunrise. The Will E. BUILDING BURNS Common speckled velvet beans, $2.50 :

Coleman who had beenon There was a comparative fine atten- Culhans Amusement Company have and Chinese: velvet beans, $3.00 per 'j tf
,
Miss Ada
Mrs. S. A. Strick- P. Matheny, cotton buyer and dance of men at the evening service. made a wonderful production of this bushel. Japanese seed cane $6 per : I
Mr. and Loss
a visit to and aunt prospective candidate for county superintendent The house being comfortably filled and great play; those who have read the Beyond Computation, thousand sttv>ks. Reference: Prof.C. .
her uncle ,
'land, of Guilford, of Brooker, was a visi- the interest was good. book will certainly want to see Miss Fire Caused By Bomb K. McQuarrie and First National
Returned Saturday.
home
tor to Starke Monday.S. Next Sunday will be the regular appointment -' Eily O'Connor as June and follow the Bank, PeHy M. Colson, Gainesville,
for Bro. Coleman at Rai- feudi tJs..through the hills, hear their Fla. -r 2-4 2t. ,
Mrs. J. D. Randall, of Lawtey Cincin-, and W. Dubose, one of the progressive ford, and will mark the beginning of peculiar cries as they signal to each Ottawa, Ont., Feb. 3-The historic ,-'---- -
of
her guest, MFs. Saunders, farmers and all-around good citizensof the second year's work. It is hoped other, observe the meeting of Jack Canadian Parliament Building was destroyed For Rent
nati, Ohio, came down Friday to attend the Worthington section, was trans- that member of the church and and June near the pool by the lonely i tonight by a fire said by offi- .
the concert. While here they were every cials to have been caused the FOR RENT-7-wo large first floor
by
acting business in Starke Monday. especially all friends of the church pine, and see the closing picture of explosion -
the guests of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. be Mrs. Coleman these two romantic lovers standing of a gas bomb or an infernal rooms for light housekeeping. Ad- .

Mrs. J. E. Futch will entertain the may to attend present.these services. expects beneath the pines and looking out machine. I dress Box I, Starke, Fla. 24tf.
Mrs. H. Y. Lane, of Newberry, S. home next into the : t
Ladies' Musicale at her on The cottage prayer meeting on next over valley as thev are ioined
C., .-*" has spent the past two months I Monday afternoon at the usual hour. Tuesday night will be held at the together as man and wife by the old ,f \,\

with her grandson, Frank Lane, left she All members are cordially invited. home of G. M. Richard.On Justice of the Peace. It will be seen '

for home on Tuesday. Enroute next Monday afternoon at the here at the auditorium tomorrow (Sat- !!

will stop for a short stay in Fernan- The Ladies' Aid Society of the Bap- close of the public schools the Junior urday), evening at 8:15. Admission ,"

dina. tist church will meet at the home of C. E. will have a valentine social at 50 and 25 cents, reserved seats 25

Florida band has Mrs. H. L. Brownlee Tuesday, Febru- the home of Mrs. Coleman.On cents extra. Ii.f
The University of ..fj
15th at 3 o'clock. Members are
the honor of being chosen to play in ary Monday evening, beginning at The grand opening sale of the Ros- j
urged to attend.N. 7 o'clock, the C. E. society will also
week. Department Store will .
Tampa during the Gasparilla enberg open !
This band is composed of twenty-two have a valentine social at the home of without fail on Tuesday, February 15,
E. Roberts of Lake Butler, wasa
pieces and ranks high in the musicalline. Mr. Rob- Mrs. Coleman. at the J. C. Carter store building on
visitor to Starke Monday. t1
Mrs. A. H. Freeman, Misses the Call street. A full line of shoes, dry \
erts has decided to get into political f ii i \1
Kathleen Alvarez and Mabel Darby, I and has his announcement in Junior C. E. ProgramFor goods, hats, and groceries and feed of I z

Messrs. Joe Canova and Ellery Davis,I! the game Telegraph for member of the Sunday, February 15th, at 11 a.M. all kinds. Entire stock of about $5,000 I
meet the must
motored over to Waldo to school board. go.
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University band when they started to Topic, The Society's Eyes. -Business.Reading ,

Tampa.Mr. Mr. Francis Warren, of Jacksonville, Text, Mark 1:16-20-Aubra Dekle. minutes of last meeting. -

Misses Onie Edwards and Belle Kelly Song. Roll call and dues. Old Merchants Exchange on Wall I :st.,used! ] I
S. B. Denmark left Wednesdayfor and Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Daniel, of this Prayer. Song. byBc.nJ..ersintht eofy! pert of Ihe lost Cent i '

Tampa, to attend the sheriffs' con- city, left Thursday morning by automobile Bible lesson read alternately. Benediction.Mr. .
vention, which met there Thursday. Ht for Tampa to take in the Lesson story, page 5-Jessie Duggerand

has some business before the United and pleasures of the Gasparilla Willie Dekle.Reference .
sights
which at Tam- Maffett, of Jacksonville, was '
States court convenes drill.
pa the 14th,inst., and hell remain carnival. Recitation-Josie Bennett. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bru- < ,, From the birth of the nation to-the

there until that date. He went by "THE TRAIL OF THE LONESOMEPINE. I Mission study, page 56-Eva Swav- derly last Sunday. present time of national prosperity e
and accompanied to that and Ruth Richard. Presiding Elder Rev. H. G. Davis is
Mulberry was erly
." I and influence the banks have been :
place by Mrs. Denmark, who will remain Sentence prayers. expected to reach Lake Butler Satur-
there on a visit with her chil- 1 Memory verses. day, holding the quarterly conferencethat a prominent factor in the develop

dren, Mr. S. J. Denmark and Mrs. One of the great scenes in Eugene I, Business. afternoon, and preaching Sundayat ment of this country. j:
Henry Sapp, until her husband's re- Walter's dramatization of "The Trail' :Mizpah. W the 11 o'clock service. All are .I

turn. of the Lonesome Pine," is laid in JuddTolliyer's heartily invited to hear him. Cl This bank is a prominent factor In !ii J
Dave June's Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Morning and two
,
cabin. Young
Messrs. J. B. Rosier and S. Griffis, own cousin, who is in love with her, C. E. ProgramFor children, of Raidsville, Ga., arrived tKe prosperity of the people of this I

well known citizens of the Elarbee sec- is a fugitive accused of shooting Berk- Sunday, February 13. at 5:45p. here last Monday morning. Mr. Mor- community. It offers to them the i
in m. Meeting will be held at the hr.s bought out Mr. D. E. Knignt's "
business ir.g
;
tion were transacting Jack's chum and partner. June
ley, same Kind of banking facilities that
of Maud Hunter. ;
home
of Mr. Rosier interest in the Lake Butler Telephone
Starke Monday. Friends hides him in her bedroom. Her father
will regret to learn that he recently carries in her lover's wounded com- Topic, the Consecration of Influence. Company. He will be general man- are enjoyed by the great Business i I

suffered a paralytic stroke that has rade, while Jack, who follows him. de- Text, Heb. 10:19-2-'Ilaude: Hun- ager of same. :\Moring'has had ten interests of Wall Street t : :

cost him the use of his right arm. Mr. mands from June the surrender of the ter. ,. /if:3? years' experience in this line of busi-

Rosier states that he retired one night fugitive. June refuses, and Mr. Wal- Song. ness and no doubt will be able to ren- <(
about two weeks ago in his usual ter has devised a heart-gripping scene Bible lesson and explanation by der our town good service. Our town and courteous -the essential attri

health and on awakening the next between the primitive mountain girl leader. extends a hearty welcome to this fam-

morning found that he had lost the and the educated man, wherein love Season cf prayer. ily.Mr. butes ,of successful banking. i iClIt iI
Talks: and Mrs. C. X. Griffin of Jack- I
use of his arm. and duty battle. The Will E. Culhane
1. What influence we have- is the place for account a .j
Amusement Company have paid spe- may sonville, spent a few days last week your ;

Mr. Archibald J. Thomas, of this cial attention to the costumes, prop- Evelyn Bennett. with Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Dell. Mr. place where your money grow. .
county's well known and successful erties and scenic environment, and 2. How may we increase our influence Griffin is a brother of Mrs. Dell. ,

young teachers, has gone to Milton, each bit is a gem of stage portraiture.At -Miss Ruth Coffin. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Whittaker are C Get the saving habit
Santa Rosa county, where he will as- auditorium tomorrow (Saturday) 3. Our responsibility for our tinflu- yet in Hampton. Mr. Whittaker still

sist Prof. A. D. Kean as a teacher in i evening at 8:15. Admission 50 and 25 ence-Miss Fogg.Quotations .influence-Will Tom- being very sick. His many friends C.Start a bank account with us today. ill 1 1I
the high school. Mr. Thomas was a rents. Reserved seats, 25 cents extra. on hope that he will soon recover and be D. '
umber of the graduating class of linson, Maggie Richard, Naion Tom- in our midst again. When well he is

,, SSarke High School when Professor See J. W. White & Son for your linson, Hubert Bennett and Thelma a busy, active man, and we miss him ,

Kean was the principal. His selectionas seeds for spring planting. We have a Bailey. very much here. 1P lr n""A. I

a member of the Milton faculty is good variety new and true to name. 2t. Journey through II Corinthians-
Marion 'Richard.Reference You get all the important national, .
his former Bargains in furniture at the Variety ;
from
high compliment '
a teacher. Shop near depot. drill-ell bring Bibles. state, county news in the Telegraph. STARKE-: t ,1!

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::1 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 11, I911r. I

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; U. S. LOOKS AFTER INTER- MID-WINTER CARNIVAL AT ''i. -. -I'' -'=-
HUSBAND RESCUEDDESPAIRING
\\1 SCHOOL BOARD IN ESTS OF WARRING POWERSAll ; TAMPA EXCEEDS FORMERIn


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J SESSIONMONDAY Parts of World Finds American WIFE Ten Years Gasparilla Carni-
;
:f
Eagle Guarding Em- val Gained Prominence of

r bassies and Consulates. After Poor Tears of Discouraging. New Orleans Mardi Gras.

Special Mention Made of Palestine -
1 Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave I

Midway and Boat- The German embassy buildings in Up in Despair. Husband biggest The annual mid-winter Gasparilla social carnival and general, the I

London, Paris. Petrograd and Tokioare Came to Rescue. entertainment event of the South is

I : drain Schools. dark and untenanted. Upon their now in progress at Tampa, and will

\i doors, conspicuously visible, appear Catron Ky.-In an interesting letter continue until Feb. 12. A record at-

; Starke, Fla., Feb. 7, 1916. The the great American seal eagle of the stands United as deputyto States. from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock tendance is present this year, for thisis When you Want a Mule' Horse

The board of public instruction met and writes as follows: "I suffered for four the season of the year when South ,
the
pursuant to adjournment with all the protect property represent years, with womanly troubles,and during ern Florida appears to best advantageand
the; sovereignty of the German eagle.

.j members Minutes present.of last meeting were read Turkish Closed,embassies too, are in the capitals Austrian of and the this while time, and, I could could only not walk sit up anywhere for a little atin. itors when and it men is overrun and and women by tourist section of inter-vis-offers Buggy or Wagon; a., !Set of Harness '

national
importance -
no
and approved. the British French At times, I would have
I allies. Likewise severe paint for and
equal opportunities sports
I J. E. Douglass made a report on the and Russian embassies in Berlin, Vi- I In my left side. to
come see u.
social
school site. After due pleasures.The
Little
1 j consideration Springs the matter was referred enna and Constantinople and the Italian The doctor was called In, and his treatment Gasparilla carnival, which de- ,

i back to a decision of the patrons and embassies in Vienna and Constantinople relieved me for a while, but I was rives its name from Don Jose Gaspa- *

trustees of said district. : are silent and deserted. The won confined to my bed again. After rilla, a Spanish pirate who infested the

!, An election was ordered for Thomas lags of their countries no longer wave that, nothing seemed to do me any good; gulf coast of Florida more than a century We buy in car lots and give
above them but the seal of America
,
i
: sub district. I I had gotten so weak I could not stand, ago, and about whom many romantic -
.. I glows upon the doors in proclamation and I in legends are related by old settlers -
A petition from the patrons of Zif gave up despair.At customers the benefit of
of the trust reposed in the great neu- .
school for the establishing of a sub last, my husband got me a bottle ol I has been held annually for ten .
tral nation the
across seas.
district was received, granted and election Xo such weight of responsibility has Cardui the woman's tonic, and I com years. During the period it .has gained the lowest prices. .
the prominence of the Mardi Gras
ordered.A
menced it. From
fallen the diplomatic representatives taking the very first
upon celebration of New Orleans and
petition for the re-establishment of one nation in the history of dose, I could tell it was helping me. I flower I.
I of Andrews colored school near Dukes fetes of Southern Europe. Its pag- ,
the world. In all the vast war theatre can now walk two miles without its I 'II
eants are planned somewhat on the
tj I was The granted.treasurer's received by request in each case, American tiring me, and am doing my work." order of the generation-after-genera- II I ,
report was
and the paid warrants checked diplomatic officials are protecting the If you are all run down from womanly tion festivals, but with many features J. W. Andrews'Son
up. of almost all the troubles don't
interests belligerent give up in despair: Try peculiar> to Latin-America added.In .
The superintendent in a summary of nations. A great part of the govern- Cardui,the woman's tonic. It has helped I
his field report stated that the schoolsof mental business of practically the entire more than a milhon women, in its 50 addition to the carnival features, t J
the county were brimful of working years of wonderful success, and should Tampa will this year present the most
world far it to matters
so as pertains
energy from both pupils and teachers, surely help you, too. Your druggist has successful sub-tropical product fair ev-
and that the schools now closing for diplomatic is now "cleared" in sold Cardui for years. He knows what er held. In six spacious and attractive
United States embassies! and consul- It will do. Ask him. riieivyoirvvan1ENGRAVED
He
I, the term are giving the best results will recommend exhibition buildings, erected by the

I in advancement and benefits to the ates.More it. Begin taking Cardui today. city behind its municipally owned tourist VISITING I
Men Employed During War CARDS
children that we have ever had. I Write to: Chattanooga Medklna Co., Ladlei' hotel, are being presented the varied t
At the embassies in London, Paris, ilvisory Dept.. Chattanooga. Tenn., for Special IHVittTIOM
of
Special mention is hereby made of products 20 counties of Southern WEDDING I
I Berlin, Vienna, Rome, Constantinople, ]latruttvmt your rut ana 64-iugt book. Han*
the fine results in the attendance of f rcuarat for Woman."MOI IB plaiD wrapper E668FARMERS' Florida and the island of Cuba. All
STATIONERY C
and Petrograd, a large increase of the
I products of the farm school
Palestine, Midway and Boatdrain grove, ,
I schools. Also that Boatdrain has the regular embassy staffs has been necesFary. factory and waters are shown in these
At London there are normally SHORT COURSE most thorough teaching in penmanship I GIVES buildings, erected en the most conveniently tI I
three secretaries of embassy and some LIVE STOCK INSTRUCTION. \
located fair in
i i of any of our schools. I ground Amer-
five six clerks. Now there
7
The following teachers' reports and or are ica. Daily features of the fair are har-
I secretaries and 20 clerks. At Berlinwe Bradford
tills were examined, approved and I The various feeds useful for livestock ness and runnnig races, the track bell County Telegraph
have five secretaries of
"warrants drawn for same.F. now embassy I. in Florida and in the South will ;I iig one fo the finest in the country.
I II
whereas there
: usually are only I
G. SCHELL, I be studied, together with the kinds Tampa is the largest clear Havana
threo. From two to five "diplomatic best suited to animals at different cigar manufacturing center in the
Secretary.
i ages
t agents," who rank as assistants to the how has ( ARCOURT-&CO iia:i yHIeKy.t:
I to mix feeds for best results with world. Therefore it necessarily a :

.; : USING PASTEBOARD MONEY IN ambassador and who perform special work animals, dairy cows, beef cattle large Spanish and Cuban population cll MCORPOrt ATPD. '

.FRANCE.I duties made necesary by the war, also and hogs, and what combinations are among the cigar makers and these .,.MANUFACTURING." EMJRAVE&S.Prices .
f have been added to the staffs
I .t.;.;; '1 -,.'..-. .. I ,. .>- embassy most economical. The balanced ra- people lend color and brilliancy to all Quite as Reasonable as CotisisCat with Quality. -
I I M C'I I I at the principal European capitals. tion will be made plain, and rules for scenes presented in American and for- ii- '-__ -
PARIS-Pasteboard sous, and pieces]I At many of the large consulates corresponding -
I feeding animals made simple enoughto eign clubs, tourist hotels and on bay- -
I representing denominations up to five ,!II I additions to the personnel be used every day. bordering boulevards, where thousands

i francs are being used in some of the have been found necessary. At Beirut, The general housing and care of ani- dance nightly in fantastic costumes.
I cities owing to the scarcityof in Syria, Turkey, the staff of the Unit- mals WORIYEFER111lfRS
occupied will be given special attention, Twenty bands furnish music for the i .
small change. The pasteboards are ed States consulate normally consistsof I including prevention and simple treat- dancers, all of whom are masked. All fill!!

,, of many different colors and shapes- a consul general and seven clerks.I ment of disease, minor surgical oper- clubs and hotels at which social func- t \

square, round, octagonal, oval and dia- Thirty persons are now employed at ations, practice in dehorning, dipping tions are given are open to the visitors.It '
I i mond-shaped. that place, and all are kept busy. Sim- for ticks, vaccination for hog cholera. is said this year's carnival equalsin

At Roubaix, Tourcoing, Roney and ilar, although not quite so large an Specialized live stock work will be magnificence anything of the sort : t a

Croix the money is guaranteed by the expansion,has taken place at others of taken up as soon as the class is ready. ever attempted by a Southern city on
: municipality and good only for use in our Turkish consulates. This is partly One series of lectures will be givenon either continent. DIFFERENT 'CROPS: REQUIRE
: transactions with merchants of the due to the fact that there is a large _
dairy
farming, describing the foun- '
town where the money is issued. At immigrant population in the United dation of a dairy herd, managementand THE AMERICAN QUARTET.The DIFFERENT KINDS OF

Lille the pasteboard sous were issued States from Syria, Palestine and oth- handling the dairy products to FERTILIZERSWhile

by the Bajfk of Lille. er sections of Asia therefore Minor. A multi- best advantage; another on modern entertainment given last Fri- &r' the basic elements' are the same file
The city of Valenciennes issues anew tude of cases is constantly methods of testing milk and dairy
the
and pro- day evening by the American Quartetwas amounts of ingredients vary. rtlr
arising and involving inquiry action
denomination of small change in ducts with the Babcock test
how
to
all that could be desired in that
,: I the form of a four sous piece ((20 on behalf of property holdings or test cows and dispose of unprofitable line. The of this FAVORITE FERTILIZERS
: centimes),! guaranteed by the com- the necessity of looking to the safetyof animals, the shipping of milk and consisted of program both vocal and instrumental quartet- MADE TO MEET THESECONDITIONS.
relatives of these in their
munes of the arrondissement and redeemable people na- cream, and a few exercises on making
I tive land. .,. ..1"'I"f' I music, interspersed with cartoons .
four months after the con-
high grade butter.
clusion of America Everywhere on GuardA and readings. The instrumental music I Each sack is marked to show the Important
peace. Another series will be on meat pro- was presented by three members of
large consulate staff is necessaryat Clements.Spefial .
duction, including and farm
range the quartet on the violin, cello and
CROSBY-STRICKLAND. Berlin of because citizens of the of property France and interests methods of growing beef, how to fat- piano. While each gentleman was an Formulas for All Florida Crops
many
ten for the market, packing house and artist in his line it that Mr.
I i Great Britain, most of whom have yet seems Write for 'Quotations.AGRICULTURAL .
I Miss Lula butcher methods. The same subjectswill Conrad
Mr. Rufus Crosby and fled. The United States consul is the Clayton was a general favo-
:I Strickland were quietly married by guardian of their property. At the be taught for pork production, including rite as he sketched away at his can- CHEMICALS
B. Johns at his home Monday starting a herd of hogs, breeds and at the time
I Rev. F. consulate general in London it has vas, same gave read- INSECTICIDES.
I afternoon, February 7th, in the likewise been increased best suited for the South, feeding meth which combined wit, humor and :
to
I relatives and necessary secure ods, growing grazing for the I lings I .
presence of a few friends office space to care for the interests crops .. t RfPEPENDENT EERflDZU R COMPANIdACKSON'lrI1I '
The groom is a son of Mr. John Cros- curing meat on the farm. The coursein I -
of citizens of the central
by and the bride a daughter of Mr. pow- swine husbandry will be especially !E
ers. The clerical force has been increased EDGAR EYES ; FLORIDA.
and Mrs. A. 0. Strickland. Both are strong, since interest in this work is .. ..
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I from 11 to 25 people. Where ,' _
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i of the Vanderbilt section and are very three men sufficed for the work in growing rapidly.For Optician Test j3 :

popular young people, whose many normal times at Budapest, Hungary, those who desire it a course will JACKSONVII LE.FLA I --- .- --- -, ,-- ., -
friends wish them all earthly happi- twenty are now employed. At Genoa, be given in poultry culture, including Broken Lenses Duplicated Piles Cared in 6 to 14 Day tovlgorattng to the Pale and Sickly

ness. jj Italy! our clerical staff numbers a best methods of feeding and manag- Same Day &s Ricicvcd I Year druggist will refund money if PAZO The Old Standard general atrengthenlnz tonic,
ing the flock, best houses for Florida OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching, GROVE'S TASTELESS chin TONIC dpvei ou.
SpecilJize on f nail Orders We( Post" I
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1 I round dozen, as compared with a mere 140 \1 Bind...deeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 day; Malana,r ricbeatbebloodandbaildaaptieiyi>
MR. T. B. HARTIG DEAD. and control of dife se. e W. FORSYTM it The ** *
cQhctioi cites Ease
quartet before the war. F ad Rert. Me. tern. A tree tonic. For adults and children. SOc

This added burden on America extends In all the live stock work, the herdson a

Mr. T. B. Hartig died in this city to remote parts of the world. In the College and Experiment Sta-

at the home of Mr. J. M. Harris on the island of Martinique, in Cochin tion farms will be available for inspection -

last Thursday night, January 28th, at China at Algiers, in Morocco, in Guadeloupe : and observation, and methodsof BI6 CUT PRICES

about 9:30, and was buried here Sunday at Tunis, and at Tahiti, in the I handling and feeding them will be
.; afternoon.Mr. Pacific-all French possessionsthe shown in practice. Short trips will

:: Hartipr was for several years a United States consuls are charged be made to large stables and herds of +

resident of Lake Butler and other with German interests. In ancient beef cattle near Gainesville.of N1I1yLp 1 4

towns in this section, and has at var- Bagdad, in Jerusalem and throughoutthe .1 I.
ious times boon engaged in teaching near East, the American consulates interned citizens and captured pris- 6' I i/ l I i Il'
oners of the allies are held. One of 1'1 I '
newspaper work and kindred lines. He are endeavoring to safeguard not only I +
came to Lake City about the first of American property, but the persons the heaviest duties assumed by the l j

January to work up a special Easter and the property of thousands of Ital United States is making regular inspection i i
these ROSE SELLS It FOR LESS7'Murray '' ill I
of
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edition for the Index. He was not at ian Russian and British citizens.In camps behalf of l j'i III1
the various nations i1
all well after coming to this cityin a score of American consulatesin concerned. ;I H I .
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' fact was quite sick when he came each of Canada, Australia, Ceylon, Naturally the expenditures of this ']tall 2hU. 4 Pull Qt. 8 Qt.hI i2llttt. J.IdrM... "';" "'';dllll i _
here. and India, South Africa that is government in caring for the inter- Hill Club $1,001 I Ililpyl"li !" ,
On Wednesday Thursday, throughout 5 195 S3:65: $7, 15 I o.70 !' Ipu '
( although he was up most of the time, the vast British empire-the sole ests of belligerents are very large. ThAt rood vhlakAT I : i;, mm I' (p I'lllllrJlllllml Jl ,
' he suffered intensely. After dark on snokesmen of Germans, Austrians and They are all met by the United States Four Roses $1.50'' $2.85 $5. $10,501 SI5.00 j I 1.L' !, Ii 1 I "
ambassadors to the ;h I II" + 'I
countries involved.In S1.00ISI.95 I
Turks the official Banner
Thursday he grew rapidly worse. Drs. are representativesof Rye 1.111/ '
Anderson and Chalker were with him the United States. Uncle Sam is few cases, however, is the actual .8.detseldky, $3.65 $7.15 ${0.70 :/ illll i I, :

at the time of his death and diagnosed thus facing a world task of the most money for payment of German bills in M71IlluuOruD Tery choice"whlikty. I III,! II Ii I j!I (II i I 1 '

.. I 1, the immediate cause of his death as exacting nature. England transferred to England. The w6alutitnaa or Lewis 66" $1.00 $1.95 $3.65 $7.15 $10.70 ,1111; 1 MI a I i II! I 11.111 I I! i I I "
holds
cerebral hemorrhage. American consulates have been created same good with regard to English ROSE Cream of Kentucky .SO $1.50, S2.90 $5.65 $8.45 III I I 1'j': ,
bills. : I :
He was carried to the undertaking as well as obliterated by the war. United States Literally has become speaking an interna-, the Ail the above priM express collect I. tlJIJ: VIII!I ,III' li:, I'Il,1 1! I I III >
parlors of Chalker & Fisher and prepared By no stretch of imagination could it
- for shipment pending efforts toget have forseen two years ago that the tional clearing house. England's expenses Mathewson Standard, Bottled In Bond 9

in touch with his people in Con- presence of an official representativeof in Germany are matched on I full quart 750J Z fun quart. t1.taJ 4to tall quarts 2.661 a full .1
necticut. They finally directed inter- the United States would be neces- American books against Germany's in quarta t .l0. 13 fun quartl 47.50. : s

,, ment here, which was attended by the sary in the rock-ercircled little harborof England. Only the balances are set- Pat up In Five I Bottle Bottles 4Boflt s 8 Botttet 12 Baffles ;;o ,1 !

local Masonic lodge at the request of Kirkwall, in the Orkney islands, off tled, and the settlements are made DUFFY'S MALT a .90 $1.75 $3.40 $ 6.65 $ 9.95 J

I the Lake Butler lodge, of which he the northern tip of Scotland. But with the State department at Wash- Black Libel . $125 $2.40 $4.65 $ 9.15 $13.70 '!. I

was a member. when Great Britain began to take I ington. Three Feathers . $1.65 $3.20 $5.75 $11.35 $17.00 I

i Physicians and friends, including American ships and cargoes into Kirk- War HAlO A HAlO Three Star $1.50 $2.85 $5.50 $10.50 $15.09 j !
i Mr. and :Mr: Harris, did all in their wall pending prize court proceedings, Upon Pain. HAI8 & HAIQ Five Star $1.90 $3.60 !I
Pain is
$ .
visitor
, power for the sufferer. He leaves our State department became vitally a to every home and b 1

many friends both old and new, who interested in the Orkneys. The United usually it comes quite unexpectedly.But ESROS( )
+ cincerely deplore his unexpected death. States now has a consul who is sta- you are prepared for every emer- V.O.S.BLACKARMOR (( )) tKR11!

-I. ke City Index. tioned there, who promptly: bulletinsthe gency if you keep a small bottle ofSloan's Blended with iA.wAaM ... .
wff.i
Mr. Hartig moved to Bradford coun- fact to Consul Gen. Skinner, at Liniment handy. It is the 1 Full W ,
2 Full
' I London whenever greatest pain killer ever discovered. 4 Full t3 Iuerttdl lillllIh! ..
ty with his parents in 1878, and spent an American ship or Quart 12 Fun
I his boyhood days on the shores of cargo is "pinched" by the British.An Simply laid on the skin-no rubbing Quake Quub Qua... eep uistenuuitrunrei.eeettta +iuuu
lake. After his International required-it drives the pain It $1.00 $1.7& $8.80 $e.25 $8.5ot0i offer exptn* x> __ tD tee1ft
Sampson receiving Clearing HouseIn away. prtoef eitbar nil ow coupon, or (la It to
education in Slfirfce he became a widely scattered British coloniesin is really wonderful. A11 to above Aloee. .%p.... ooUect $!i l' jmr.crier.BOM. Pii'P.re.hlp. t'"
teacher and was for a term or two a Canada, New Zealand, Bermuda, Mervin H. Soister, Berkeley Cal., ChitUnooei: m. tb* follevlfif,lot

1 + member of the Starke High School India, and Australia-there are prison writes, "Last Saturday after tramping | ALWAYS DO WHAT I SAY I WUI rrldeh ey s.'''',,,
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f f faculty. About 1895 he became the camps in which the German and Austrian around the Panama Expositionwith DO =: : :i : =

I editor of the Lake Butler Bulletin. Of population of these dependencieshas wet feet, I came home with my RANDOLPH ROSK. *... ........ ... .'.'........,.

late years he has at different times been interned. ,.In Great Britain, neck so stiff that I couldn't turn. I R. M. ROSE i iCHATr ;

been a teacher and an editor. He wasa France, Algeria, Italy, Russia and Siberia applied Sloan's Liniment freely and COMPANY Kara ........................{;............................

man of much ability and had many there are the camps of the Ger- went to bed. To my surprise, next I Offlev. .. .. ., .. .. ..M)......... ...........- i
friends who regret bit demise. man and Austrian prisoners of war, in morning the stiffness had almost disappeared 1Ho0GAe TENN.

many instances numbering tens of four hours after the second Ueefule.dbteudle# .. Poitome. ..................'.................._....
Too lit all the important national, thousands to the camp. In Germanyand application I was as good as new." .Itee. .. Ru pMa tlsW bs...,

tate, county news ia the Telegraph. Austria other tens- of thousands, March, 1915. At Druggists. 25c.. (1)) .. i. D. 01'. 8t.t ..........v., fiutt ........._... _

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l ROSENBERG i il Under Look for the RiitPlace.




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DEFT STORE i I Hodges and later by ,1,1I


A Gift for 30 Days : Management J. C. Carter. ? ,



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Bought Out Lock, Stock and BarrelNEVER :i 1



BEFORE, NEVER AGAIN. READ AND PONDER, STOP AND WONDER. The entire: stock !


of J. C. Carter and the Tango Department Store, of Richmond, Va., consisting of a full line of first class new ;


stock of Groceries---Hour a specialty. Full line of Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, Mens', Ladies', Boys' ;: ;


and Girls Shoes. A special full line of Ladies' Muslin Underwear will be placed on this 30-day sale ;:to be


sold at a sacrifice price. A few of the items are mentioned below. Nothing! reserved. Everything at your 'j


mercy: Come and see for yourself. This Sale is an extra gift to the entire Bradford County com uDlty.1

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LADIES AND GENTS FLEECE UNDERWEAR LADIES' HOSIERY MEN'S PANTS FEED SUPPLIES :

50e At and This 75c Sale Underwear____uuuu__________ 43c loc At Ladies'This'Sale Colored uuuu Hose ____ 9c $5:00 At This and $6.00 Sale Men's______Tailor______Made--___Pants____-- $3.98 Pure I'er High li/o pounds Grade _Molasses_uu_...feed............:--.$1 84 t.

$1 At.50 and This$2.00 Sale Ladies-____Shirt______Waists__ ____ $119"5c Ladl This s Sale Hose:--UhUU____ 19c22c $2.50 At This and $3.00 Sale Men's,.--Pants-----____________ $1 .98 Scratch fur 100 Feed pounds __uuu_________:.__ $1 1 ,84 :E l i
50c and 75c Ladies' Lisle and Silk Hose Mixed Corn
$1.00 At and This$1.25 Sale Ladies______Waists__________________ 59c At This SaleLADIES';__--------------------- $1.50 At Men's This Sale Pants--uuu____________ 98c Per 100 pounds __u_______________,;._. $1 89 j!(

75c At and This$1.00 Sale Ladies'__ Waists______________ 44c $5.00 and $6.10 Ladies'AND CHILDREN'S Hats HATS BOYS' PANTS No.2 Per Clipped 100 pounds Oats.__--__________--_.._.:.__ $-,16 ..
Elastic Drawers uu At This Sale __________.__..._________ $L'19 $3 50 and $4.00 Boys' Pants $1.98 Pure Wheat Brand
Men's
7ic 39c At This &le .______,______ _____ $1 53
At This Sale _________ $3.00 and $4.00 Ladies Hats 1 XQA' -- -- Per 100 pounds __UdU_____ -- ,
50c Men's uuuu Underwear ..This Sale ______uuuu____ V I "375c $2.00 and$3.00 Boys Pants $1.19 Pure Wheat Shorts .
Balbriggan
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22c At This Sale $1,68 '
: Ladies' Hats QQn ---uu----------u---- Per 100 pounds __
At This SaleCHILDREN'S HOSE'---- At This Sale ________________________ **ww $1.00 Boys Pants 59c Beet Pulp u.uUuuM
MEN'S CLOTHING At This Sale;: ________________________ Per 100 pounds -uuuu_____ $1,73 I
Size'5 At This% to Sale 7, Black uuuu and Tan Hose________ 7c $10.00 At This and $12.00 Sale M n'g Blue Serge__ Suits $7.69 $4.00 and This$5.00 Sale Boys'-- SuitsAt $1.98 Grits Per, Best Sack Grade Y-. $1,94
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Size 7, 8 and 9, Black____ Only 9c $15.09 and $18.00 Men's Blue Serge Suits Special Price on Boys'; Suits. Ninety Day Seed ;t--d----------7--.
At This Sale $1 os99 7Sc98c
uuuuu At This Sale _. DRY GOODS, SHOES, ETC. Bushel ..
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S5c Rib Hose 19c23c Men's Single Up-to-date Coats O $4.00 Ladies' Sweaters. spCfal: Sale Entire Stock of Enarm :
At This Sale __ __ __ $10.00 98 __ ______________ $1 98 on lware.
------- -- -- -- -- At This Sale __________uuuu. At This Sale uuuu ,! HATS AND CAPS .:
MISCELLANEOUS $4.00 and $5.00 Men's Coats 7Q2.50 and $3.00 Ladies' Sweaters $1.50 and $ Men's Hats
50c Men's Belts At This Sale ______ $'if U At This Sale __________________u____ $1.49 At This t ____ ? .
At This Sale ________________________ uu $1.00 Boys' Sweaters u-
50c Ladies' Corset Covers 99 $3.00 and $4.00 Men's Hats ; i.
85c and 50c Suspenders 23 e At This Sale ________uuuuu "U* At This Sale ________________________ 47c At This Sale uuuuuu____..___ $1 1,39
At This Sale ____- ___________________ $4.00 and $5.00 up-to-date Men's High and
: 75c Ladies' Petticoats, Chemise and Gowns A A* 75c and $1.00 Men's and Boys' Caps
lOc WThhlt.e Handkerchiefs 4c At This Sale uuuuuu______ H4U Low Quarter Shoes 89 23c and __________________________.;!.__ 43c
IS Sale uu-uuuuu $1.00 and $1.25 Embroidered Gowns, Chemises At This Sale ________________________ $2 s MEN'S SHIRTS
Assorted Cotton and Silk l Threads 3c89c and Petticoats QQn $3. Men's Elk Skin Shoes $1.00 and $1.50 Men's Dress Shirts ; .
At This Sale 03b __ _________ $1.93 89c59c :
--- --- ---------------- At This i Sale uuuuuu At This Sale ---- -- -- u At This Sale _-----_--__-u-----__ __
$1.25 Men's Gloves LADIES' SKIRTS $2.00 end $2.50 Men's Work Shoes 75c and $1.00 Men's Dress Shirts.: .'
At This Sale uuuuu____. _____u__ $7.00 and $8.00 Ladies SkirtsAt At This Sale ______uuuuu $1.71 At This Sale ___________________..-.__ '.
50c and 75c Ladies and Gents Aprons 23c39c This Sale __ _____________________ $3 s 98 $2.00 Boys' Shoes 75c Pongee: Shirts : :
At This Sale ___;_---"---'"--- $4.00 and $5.00 Ladies: SkirtsAt At This Sale ___________________uu_ $1.69 At This Sale ________u__________j_ ._ 43c :
75c; and 1.00 Gents' Ties This Sale ________________________ $1 I 98 $1.50 Children's Shoes 75c Work Shirts i ?
At This Sale __--__-_--______--____-- $--.:"u and $3.00 Ladies' Skirts Q7- At This Sale _____________u_________ 69c At This Sal --------------------f--- 43CSpecial 1 -

Sic At and This 50c Sale Ties__------__--_--__:-_____ 19c $1.25 At This American Sale -Beauty-------Corsets---------------- 1.0 At This Old Ladies Sale __Comforts______________________ $1.09 Sale GENTS'on Conforters HOSIERY and Blankets. I' -E,

Special Rubber Soled Tennis Slippers at 42c. At This Sale ____________uu________ 79c $.t.OO and $5.00 Ladies High Grade Shoes 15c Men's Hose :
OVERALLS 3<)(' Ladies Supporters 23e At This Sale __uu________.________ $2.69 At This Sale ----________________,.._ 8c I i-
$1.50 Union Made Overalls At This Sale $:.OO and $3.00 Ladies Shoes 15c Men's IIoss
At This Sale ________________________ 89c SPECIAL------TO---THE-- ----LADIES--------- At This Sale ____uu_______-________ $1 149 At This Sale _______________---4 t___ 14c23c i r
'75c Overalls: 49c 4 000 yards; of Ginghams, dress goods, $UiO and: $2.00: Ladies' Shoes 98c 50a MPI'S Hose \ '1
At This Sale .-. -. Flannels, 15c Seller at 7! and 84 At This Sale -. Sale --

High Grade Granulated Sugar at Opening Sale, 6t.2 c. per pound ''I;

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ROSENBERG SPECIAL BRAND FLOUR CANNED GOODS lOc Full Grained Rice, Sale Price .6% Meal.: Sale Price per pound _____--__; .02 iJ
98 lb. Pilsbury Flour ______________________ $3.84 15c 3 pounds can Best Tomatoes, Sale Price_ .11 7c and 8c Rice, Sale Price ,5% 5c Rice, Sale Price per pound r----:-:------ .04 !
24 Ib. Pilsbury Flour, Sale Price ________ 94 lOc 2 pounds can Tomatoes, Sale Price ______ .08 10 pounds of Navy Beans, Limas and Peas .. .08 Lennox Soap, 13 bars --_--___--_I.-: :.'-_--__ .50 .t
12 lb Pilsbury Flour, Sale Price __ uu 49 15c Salmon, Sale Price ____________________ .08 All Kinds of lOc Tobacco, Sale PriceAll Uuu_ 08 Octagon and Naptha Soap, Sale Price j per! bar .04
24 lb. Self Rising Flour, Sale Price ___uu__.____ .86 40c Maxwell House Coffee, Sale Price __u__ ,.28 5c Goods, Known and Everywhere .. .04 All lOe and 15c Can and Bottled Good*, Corn, ':
12 lb. Self Rising Flour, Sale Price ____ .44 SOc 1 pound can Bliss Coffee, Sale Price ____ .26 Best Grade Salt Bacon. Sale Price ____u____ .14 Peas, Beans, Catsup, Vinegar, Pickijs, Jellies ;
98 lb. Plain Flour, Sale Price ____uuu____ $3.39 25c apd SOc Green Coffee, Sale Price ______u .16 Compound Lard, Sale Price .12 Oysters, Macaroni, per can or Irtttle .. .08 :
24 lb. Plain Flour, Sale Price ________uuu______ .87 20c Green Coffee, Sale Price -_____---------- .13 Pure Lard SalePrice __uu__________ .13 Meadow Gold, High Grade Butter _.-.-.uu_ .28 ,
Flour, __________ ____ Oo $1.50 Can Snowdrift Lard, Sale Price ___-u $1.19 Dry Salt Butts; Sale Price JOVfc High Grade Bulk Butter, per lb u_._ -___--_ .32
Rye 20c Eagle Brand per pound Milk, Sale Price-uuu- ----- .16 lOc Carnation and Pet Brand Milk, Sale Price .08 Grits, Sale Price per pound -_:_uu________ .2% Yellow Corn Meal, per pound _______._____u A% it
Full Cream Cheese,per pound __--______-__ .23 Dime Brand and Red Cross Condensed Milk .08 Special Price on Grain and Feed Vinegar, per gallon __uuu-u_____ .22 ;
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This is a bargain that will surpass anything ever attempted. Giving value and satisfaction to the Bradford County community. A

Store with a Square Dealing Reputation. This Stock is now being remarked and no attention wll be paid to what the goods cost.



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Manager, Sam Rosenberg. 15 Salespeople Wanted. J. F. Carter, Controller.Phone .


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VELVOTONE Beautiful Rued '1i b Stain For Fnrnitcre and .All Wood Work. New Colors.. "

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COMMISSIONERS" GRANT NEW ,.I., ---. 1I I:
1C.j Addi; !!, of Jacksonville, |LAWTEY TOWN COUNCIL ..
was visiting here Sunday. ELECTION DISTRICT AT GRAHAM } AUNT PAISEY ,

Ill's Debbie Phillips! was visiting I MET ON MONDAY EVENING POULTRY MASH '

Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Milliard, of the'' Continued From Page 1.) -- ,........ _fa i \'

County News Items Watercak section, Saturday and Sun: :S items to free labor the amount of : i i d : ih ..

day. Grants Permission to ExpressCo. J5(") each, making the total of $&' & A. MARTIN SEED CO. "}

Elders D. W. Back: and J. W. Woods to Build Entension to A committee of citizens appeared .. JACLSONYI LL, nom
before: the! Board and discussed with A 1
were visiting a: China Grove S= ay. -
Ixtttrtatiot fuss tethered During the Week by Our Bro. Mosey gave quite an interest- Strawberry She them the question of the hire from the j j i : --':,"'}. IX MEMORY._'

Refular Correspondents. inc talk Sunday night on the subject state 10 convicts to add to county j "

ofo -Eterr I Punishment. It was road' gang, and after due considera- -
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very largely attended session their in tion it was ordered by unanimous vote {On: ':he morning of February
at room
M r. W. L. Johns and J. B. Brown. monthly of board to lease from state 10 conicts our tars were made sad to hear bf. ;.
hall last Monday evening that
the
a .44 'i'' 9.7 V i 7'7 b 4i Z al will soon be well inn were visitors to Starke Monday. town \ graded as No. 3. The term of the the< sail of little Jennie Maude I
W. F. Godwin. Marshal L Batkr"!
g News has just reached here over The school closed here last Friday, with Mayor Chairman Charles Dinkins! rounty prisoners ranging in} short periods --,I.I had *ken its flight and rttsratd
L
'* SEW ZlOS. the phone that Dr. St. Clair, founder: Pro!. Wilkinson? being the teacher. He I Iinade and Sapp Councilmen, A. M. Blanchard.! G.W. and as there are complicated duties -! its Cr?.i, who gave it. ti 5

-% & of the Free Will Baptist church: of this nary friends: while here. j to perform in grading roads and j fi an life u one successive
P. Thede 0. L. Thomas
R. and traa
<, 9' *' "* *9 f* '* *s 1 *s '* '* "If9 place, died at Live Oak of paralysis.This M es.rs. Norman and Princeton of Brown, manipulating grading incahines the t'terms of sejshin and shadows, fccpe EJ-JJ

Me!!rs. B. L. Smith, W. 1:. Ham- will bring sadness: to mar.y homes P.isirg, were visitors here Sunday. I Permission present. granted the '' of the county convicts are con- diiipji. : For over a

nsons and Jim Tomblin went to Tarn- as Dr. St. CLir accomplished a work TI.Ereail1 be preaching: at the tEa was add Southtin eight ually expiring, therefore it is impos tie J?{j.-ae had brightened the year lives Et-1

pa last Saturday ar.d will spend a few' i" this neighborhood that others had !both: morning and night Sunday, Febi1"ruary ;1 feet n Express the south Company end of their to platform sible j to keep any one county convict those:i-ith whom she: came IE contact cf;

days with friends and relatives be- failed to do, and all hold him in high I3h. All are invited to atund.1 V; on north :the ',. at one job over a short period of time \f :Fwl to a very deep degreed
fore returning }:ome. .4ion. The farmers here are I just of depot. and thereby losing time and to l $4 :
ap]pr : busy getting After regular! routine of business it money sk (>* of gloom over her death ifl t

ii!5 Leok Peteisos, of Morristown, : ready to plant hEr: crop and rickadj the fnt of next the county, and the state convicts are j h'lr. sympathy, the care of
ourned to Monday low
; ,.
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f' ! l
the T strawberries. !leased for a term stated in lease, and '
was .r.nir.tEEt of
: Miss Rsby!: : month. pa ter: friends, skilled medical at.t.
Smith ( 4 :.lr. 0. J. Phillips visitor :i,: Trill]! be saving to the The
a few days !a it week. was a toLawey ; county. ter.ti'tri: and profourid grief of tlmd"fe.

:':r. Butler: Tomblin and family attended .. LONG BRIDGE. T"s afternoon. ::. I', clerk was thereby instructed to make who t
., coherence at Oak Grove last i .. ,. .. ,. ... ,- .. .. .. .. .. .; First Day of Chautauqua. such: requisition and forward same to vai.e-i the would te with us t de.y. .
!
Sunday. 'I Birthday Party i Wednesday, the first day of the state board.Application. : keaves a father, mother, other ;

: Mr. M. C. Croft, of Lub! is par.r.ir.g! } Debating Society Ore of the most important E\'enul[ Booster Club Chautauqua passed off made to board for said -reltti'and! frier.ds without number .
The subject for the d tat for
? nextSaturday pleasantly, beginning at about 11 body to purchase ei( i stock in Brad-
; to move on the! Hancock place in a few r.ieht. February 12th, will b of the week was the birthday party )very tov&i, fro her. Our hearts go out: Usynip I
e o'clock with automobile! parade. ford County Fair Association and ai-
: ky3 and get ready fcr farming. !; "P.esoh-fi! That Belgium! had a right given a: the horns of Mr. and Mrs. J.I I I ; The an made from: in front ter consideration, motion ar.d :(j..y for the bereaved family, ly .
start was upon
S. Mathis Tuesday night: in honor f we ki>*'./ that they have lost a mod
i E A daughter was bom to Mr. and to feht flewa .y: o the stores the main second cf Cmmissior.er A. H. Williams
on street going
t Mrs. Leslie Williams :!: the 14th anniversary of their daughter.Ol loved i Daughter, whose place in Mat .
: last Thursday A rmative-B. F. Renfroe, G. E. : : a certain area, stoppin at the ind D. W. Pinholster respectively, that
M:;S Carrie. heartjjjind home can never be filed> .
i right. Mother ad babe are doing Crews: 0. T. Crews. hotel! for the speaker of the day, Gov. said board purchase 500 stock in said 3Iajjl: be j
Games were played! until late hour they enabled from theircru.h.H
well.Mr. N fzati"e-I. J. Sapp, J. P. Merritt. a \i Park Trammel!, and continuing( around; association, as follows: 100 cash l '
when they were invited into the dn;". hearts to !3"I d o not mom
Leon Smith and )1i5.*s Leoa! tan Turner.P.ECitati ; I j several blocks; thence to the new school wjhouo et stock is delivered and balance of <
I j for I rnow that
which was decorated for the octasior. \ i ay Father doeth tl|
r Peterson and Ruby Smith attended theertertaimeht If ."., Miss Miriam 'Adidas.w : auditorium: whEre quite a large i $400 to be: paid October 1, 1;+1F. The things.'rsrelL" For
with f.owers and ferns, .o af.o"ltiul I(: safe from dieeasei:
f. at Lula! last Friday Recitation: Miss Pnylia Reufroe. assemblage had congregated. The: i j motion being submitted: to a vote of and s-jjering is she.
t\"fl!::e. Stur.p speech, Mr. William Smith. supfr.Tr.ose speaker was introduced by Mayer W. said board a's fellows: For the purchase |
Stump Mr. John present were:, Misses Oa: Carrie I In l\t\ midst cf life: we are (. deatlrs: .
t Mr. and Mrs. E. Phillips: : '.t'rti.i- speech, Hodge. i F. Godwin. of stock, members A. H. Williams When
Instrumental ar.d Lftt"I thi=, Selma Preratt, stir hopes are highest and oat
f. tors at Mr. \V. L. Hamra' .s last Sun- music by: Mr. 0. T. Incas Rode.1: After a very interesting talk to the D. W. Pinholster and S. T. ions '.,
Clara Norman, l'tJhie etpec": greatest, death is
t Crews ar.d Miss Ina Crews. ; j i school children Do wling.. Against the of lurking
day. j 100 purchase
They aLcalled a: Mr. J. D. ('over being pees i
I .1 Phil'ips, and Messrs. O. E. Rhoden A. somewsj*re near to lay us in the lost.
!
Sn:ith's Sunday afternoon.Mrs. entj and4the benefits of the Boosters : stock, J. L.JTnderhill. i
i M. Marshall i We
Lewin White ometimes wonder
1 O. J. Philips why one mv.bCn1 j
;
W. U. 'H.mm6f15'a Mr. M. L. Crews of Clubs, in general the launched .1! The Bradford County Telegraph '
; a caller! Long Bridge, 7 Eodus Green C. A. Cox, E. D. |!' governor I' here; is hope of so much hap :
at Mr. J. D. Smith's last Sunday after. was a business visitor to Starke MOn Carl Prevatt off on the subject dear to his heart, was awarded the publication of the si,
.Muse, Arthur Butler, r.ess a bles-ing to those aro1Ii
rron.Thu &y. i I i IJ.! S. Parmenter, Mark }}osxrd, Wm. his candidacy for the United States i ,I5erate. county tax sale of 116. h- r sh<*jld be taken and not another

Leon Peterson returr.ed to her Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Merritt and LoU Crawford, ilalley Prevatt, Frank';! His record as governor has i j I C. A. Beach came before the board "Heat j ji '*:, the mysteries will explain]]
home )f1)Ti irJn last and Louie Drake of P..aifori'E been clean and the he has and made of the
stand complaint
-t at. Saturday. She : visitors W hite. I a one, i public road and thes.. ih'! then we will
t was accompanied by Miss Ruby Smith ( at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. After thinks the taken on "Tho resolutions adopted[ :pacing' throuzh portion of his lands. ur.dertand.-q
voting
'
to-
,) who will spend a few days there beF.. Merritt Saturday and Sunda). hostess, they departed many for their re-j by the State '.Dim cr tic Executive 'After, being: considered by the board, Call.
I fore returning home. Mr. Ernest Williams! of Long Bridge specthe home Committee, no doubt: will help him i in ,I upon motion and second .permission''AnchcrJj safe where storms cf life :

., attended the school closing at Raiford _ __ _MB J 1 1I. the coming primary in June. j was granted Mr. Beach to change said ze o'er. 3
MB
/ 4 Of $ *, 4 .1 4, f
I 1. ]last Friday night. I'I. road without expense to the county. I Il On the borderland we left them, f.

Messrs. L. O. Wttr: and Bn Altnan Lawtcy's streets present cleanappearance l I Petition filed by J. G. Wynn asking Soon It'? mess and part no more. :'i;
a
i '!'. THERESSA. of Raiford attended SundayEchfJfJI PE-RU-NA this week for the Chau- for a change in public road at Samp- Far rj yor.d this; world of changes, ',1{

I 4 i 4, i *. -4 /S, -44, -4 *, -54 -t, *' at Long Bridge Sunday.Mr. For Catarrh Wherever Located. (Itauqua. The chic club, under the son'City. Petition ordered filed and Far }keMond this world of care. '
? M. J. Sapp, of Long Bridge, of irs. [ l laid fJ\"ir for further consideration. We -Sail{ find oar: missing loved ones ;;
t Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zejgler i were vi:- A' sure, Fifa, tim'!-tr5ed remedy "management H. C.- Peace, is Bill! In Jur'i-ather's
,' was a bu iir.fs3sitor to Lake Butler J of L. F. Osteen, J. S. Griner'and ( mansion fair.
; most efficient in its work and
iting friend? a:d relatives ir. Stark for Catarrhal Affections of'everydascni i every H. Fold-' :her .
last Thursday. He was expecting his citizen should lend band D. Warden for work done farcounty. dainty dresses away ;
tion. Fold by all Draggists. a helping to i
Tuesday. new, Overland car which he has recently Writ- the Parana Co. of their efforts to keep our streets: free' The appropriations made by She hai; zone hone to Heaven to stay. }
G.A party was given at the home: o! (,rJ U tot.Ir. Columbus! Ohio. They will ad- from paper and other trash. I I the board for payment of said bills But: i.; \en the pearly gates unfold .\

M. Bennett's Tuesday evening.Thcst ) and Mrs. J. P.. Merritt r.ad Misses \lae you free. j Mr. H. D. Randall wan transacting i! being1 exhausted, upon motion laid There r sweet face you will behold

present; from Starke were, Me' : Ida and Lena Merritt, of Long lj business in Jacksonville last Saturda over until! next meeting of the board. A FRIEND. ;i

srs. Freeman Register, Tate DenmarkI Bridge, attended the school closing at ( Dr. Adams of Starke } :, Bills of Quigley Lumber Co. D. C. '.

rice and Owen tirr.e. DyaL All present report a. Raiford last Friday niht. PLEASANT SOCIAL EVENT- -I I I fessional"isitor, to Lawtey, was Monday.a p ro"j I I Ir! Jones, and W. P.. Haislop which were The '.riety Market has been repair t ij

W. P. Lee j I The Lo.:ig Bridge Sunday school fac- OF MISSIONARY SOCIETY Prof. Marcus Brown, of the Raiford laid over from January, 1916, meeting, : :tec: inside an! thoroughly screened ']

t' will a prominent mill owner, ulty was Somewhat sorry to learn that __ -_ -_ --I, H igh .School, closed a very successfI ul i were taken up. They being adjusted Ito witr wire. It is the cleanest and?] ?

Lee soon open up a saw mill at the Mr. M. J. Sapp was sick last Sunday (Continued From Page 1.) : term last Friday. But by \ full satisfaction of board, were ordered test' nv.fr.et: Start eer.ad.. '
old) tie He I urgent relj
I and wood. camp. will! also sell: ties afternoon. We hope to see him out na Canova, Florence Matthews an ij i I II I quest of the patrons he returned to paid and clerk instructed to'

i I again soon. i Florence Cano.a.I "l Raiford ;. draw scrip for same. REPn..IC.\XS IN SESSION AT
and will teach
Watterson and J. |! a private school; ;
Hampton, visitors F. Johnson, of -4, -; i, j,-'.. '.. \, \, \. '., ; ', '., 44 -. < i I 1 Duet "0 Lovely Night"Mesdames. for, an indefinite term. The board adjourned until the first PALATKA.I .
Wednesday.were to Theressa a' <"A. Z. Adkins and J. E. Futch. I School Superintendent F. G. Sch ell I'I Monday in March, 1916.W. !I __ _

|f Reading. "Rebecca of T.
Mrs. Bostick, of Worthington, is visiting HAMPTON"'i; -,** Sunnybrook I was a visitor to Lawtey Tuesday. I WEEKS. I PALATKAH Feb.' 9.-florida Re- ,
-Miss Francis Clark. Clerk and Auditor.
with Mr. ar.d Mrs. R. C. He '- fv ffr Instrumental I I Miss-Andrews, of Xew River station j publics ,s met here today to select four -

berger this week. ,j ;* \ '? '; fv '; '; *, *> '* f: *' :Miss Sarah Solo 'Rippling Waters" was visiting relatives in Lawtey NEW WHOLESALE HOUSE FOR i ; celegat'j* ar.d four alternates to the .

'I'j Messrs. M. }I. Brinson and P. H.1[ : The beautiful spring weather is Reading- Hendry. last Saturday and Sunday STARKE. j! Reputl.'igan: national convention sii

j Neal were transacting business in causing strawberries to come in in ]Books" Miss, "Good-bye to Blocks and Mr. F. A. Fisher, of Jacksonville, i Qiicag'=.yn: June. Sentiment toward re- .

i Starke Friday. Mr. Brinson has sold] abundance. The prices are very sat is' w i Reading- "Tell Ruby Me Davis. is in Lawtey this week transacting I conciliation with the Progressive is

j his Brooklyn home to Mr. Gaines, of, factor}', and the farmers are happy. i{j j Rod" Miss, Sunny Golden business. Mr. D. W. Young of Valdosta, Ga.,1 I; noted. tl
Virginia Weeks.
that place. i I j Some large shipments of green peas ( )Ir. and Mrs. W. E. Torode were: was here last week and made arrangements 1 1 ;

i Mr. L. G. Sibley, one of Theressa's 'have taen made from here, and coo Ti- i; White Instrumental solo Miss Cassie ( visitors to Starke Monday. for opening wholesale grocer : Jake fohns has blossomed out as a

j progressive farmers, was in Starke manded good prices. ,] Vocal Mrs. M. E. Edwards came up from house in this city. He bought from pcultry nan. He has a large flock of

Saturday. I H. C. Richard, of Starke, was shaking i i J. E. Futch.Solo, "The Carn'al"lrs.. Gainesville and spent last Wednesday M r. J. M. Truby the large store build- : thoroughbred game chickens.

Mrs. H. C. Peeples, of Miller, is vis-'I j i hands with friends on our streets Vocal Solo "The Call of in Lawtey. ing on Ninth street, near the depot, i --j ..
| Heart
iting with her : My A daughter was born to Mr. and recently the
daughter, Mrs. M. Z. Monday. ;: j is For You. tag "When occupied by Merchant I NOBODY SPARED '
Sullivan this Dr. A. ]H.} Freeman I Leave the I Mrs. James Goodfellow last week. Grocery Co. .
week. j of Starke. was World Behind" (bMr. Leo Cano\'a.1 J. F. Canova, manager, !] -
I Freeman Register, of Starke, motored 'here on professional business Thurs- Duet Mesdames Sheriff S. B. Denmark and Deputies and will, inside of the next two weeks, Kidneyfroubles' Attack Starke Mend
to Theressa | J. E. Futch and : Cameron and J. B. Sapp, of Starke stock it with
Sunday day.H. A. Z. Adkins. j groceries grain, feed ansi I anufWomen. Old and Young.
Mr. W. A. Bowen, his daughter, Loisand B. Weest has returned from an Instrumental I were in Lawtey last Friday on bu hay to be sold at wholesale at a small] I .J> _
Mrs. Tabor and of t 'extensive tour of the East Coast. "Salute a' pests""Second (a). ness. profit. Negotiations ,
son
under
Brooklyn, Waltz"-Uss Anna I are way Kidn ills seize and old.
attended church at Theressa Sunda}y. C. B. Allen of Bushnell: spent Sun- The trio by: Misses Florence Canova. I Miss Louiebelle Brown spent from with Dr. U. G. Turner, of Gainesville''J I Often"come with young little warning.
{. John Mullady, of Hampton1' day with his parents, :Mr. and :gins J. M atriday to Sunday.with relatives in J for: the lease of his residence, corner
thews, Anna Canova suffer in th'eir .
filled! his regular! appointment here on' Allen, of this place. ,I three and Florence Capjjnova i I. Starke. I
. Sunday last. i Mrs. Annie S. Adams and h charming young ladies, l; Mr. and firs L. E. Roberts, off i :for Mr. Young and family. kidney

:Mr. end Mrs. W. (;. Seals and :l Ir. 'charming daughter, Ruth: have moved was ed. well Mrs.rendered Adkins and and Mrs.much appreciatj I j j' !Starke, were visiting relatives in Law- A wholesale grocery house will be j I fen Girls pair Are languid, nervous and suf-

I and Mrs. of 1 to Gainesville! that :Miss Ruth Futch were 1 tey Sunday. desirable!
Dyal enter
Hampton, motored may a addition for Starke, such'
! in excellent! !! as
voice: and delighted t ic' )Ir. J. B. W.m1.worr. can't do daily work.
i to Theressa Sunday. the university. Dye.: of Jacksonville a business
: spent attracts customers from a'I .
hearers with 1 Men '
their lame
Mr. and Mrs. :Marcus :May were visiting i I Ur. W. E. Middleton and J. Frank exquisite singing. | |Sunday at the home of )Ir. and M rs. cii-tance, and we wish the new enter- .ve and aching backs.
i Miss Clark's reading was rA.. M. I If yc"> have any form of kidney ills
Blar-chard.
i
friends and relatives Johnson motored to Jacksonville Tues. very
at Hampton ; j ;prise success
: Saturday and Surday.MILLER.: j day. ti.-tic and her delineation of the quaint Mrs. Deyo, from New York state, I. -- 'I! You rs:m reach the cause-the kid-
: little 1
t Billy Parker has announced that he maiden, Rebecca, caused many i spent several days in Caste 'city who ne ?
.. :} 1 last were present at the Chat 's.Dean'
.. s'
t. a responsive smile. Little Misses Sarah '' ( k. ; Kidney Pills are for weak
F1 will lecture at Hampton on next Mon4 w !( j: ;tauqua. There were also quite a num- J 4

t ,, day e\ening February 14th, and Tuesday ; Weeks Hendry, Ruby Davis and Virginia Mr. Charles de Bernff, of Jacksonville I her from both Lake Butler and Raj-i :j kidu'n- .
I &' and i each performed their part well, was the of ford ;
Tuesdaj' evening. February guest Reand Mrs. i! in attendance. The boosters :
ard e people
, t with such
,I .. ,. .. .. .. .-. .! ,. .. .. .. .. .- 4.. loth.; His subject will be "Patrioisni," that tlewere engaging, heartily childlikesweetness R.:\0.. Wright last Sunday. I IIr. )I pect larger crowds Thursday. !! Stark f testimony it
' ar.J o-e lecture will be for'men and app Vernon E. Sapp of New River Rev. Robert A. Carmine District proves :
. (i Woodmen Circle Meeting '' another for ladies. : audetj. Misses Cassie White"and I, was visitor to Lawtey last Sunday. Superintendent of the Jacksom'iI1e'District HansfJrtlutin, farmer, Starke,

I Saturday afternoon the Wood We regret to note that Arthur C. Anna Canova gave their instrumental ,) Postmaster R. B. Jackson was tea ns- St. Johns River Conference !says: f, was having trouble from my

I ., Circle held its monthly meeting. mThe''i' Whittaker, of Lake Butler, is very sick ,, solos with a delightful touch and musical j:'acting busines in Jackonville the first of the Methodist Episcopal church, ,!' back ail .he time and Doan's Kidney

I hall being in need of more chairs, the ': tot the home of his father-in-law, W. E. understanding.: Leo CaM"a'si of the week. I will! be in Lawtey on i Pills curd; me. Others of the family I

1 ladies decided to have k box supper Hamilton. ;j voice heard is a general favorite wherever Mr. Mack :McLean of Georgia, is i a I I wry 21, and the first quarterly Monday, conference Feb r 1- j! ]h ave ali used this medicine with
and his -
Friday night, the 18th, to raise funds j J. H. Pollard spent a part of the as splendid clear tones guest of :Mr. R. K. Davis will be held in the of the'j' good re: lts. I don't mind praising j

for this and other purposes. A cordial week at Neal, looking after his Ex's j rang out "in "The Call of My Heart is Messrs. E. J. Roberts and W. E. above date. evening it:' ?

invitation is extended to every one to tensile naval stores interests there. I For You. everybody listened breathless Torode were visitors to Starke ]last There11 be revival Price Qi> cents at all dealers. Don't <.
'. The services at
{t come; the ladies and girls are expectI'd .. ;. .. ... ., .. .. that) in encore was so insistent Friday. Grace M. E. church, beginning Feb simply sSk for a kidney remedyget"i'
'! ! ! response lit Canova Doan's
Mr. Pills-the that
to bring prepared boxes and the "When sang Warren Jackson, of Jackson- ar3 20, and will probably continue for .iidney same
\ I Leave {
i men and boys are invited to come and 4 This World Behind." rills, was the guest last Sunday of his about two weeks. Rev. T. Mr. Aus>n had. Foster :Miiburn Co.,
buy these boxes, which will contain I| WOODLAWN PARK. 1 I ti' Florence Matthews, Carrie Belle'I'I )Ir. pastor, will be assisted by .l. _
enough for two at only 25 'Jacob Bundell Rev.
each. persons '! ;' '! 4 + ;: Weeks and Anna Canova served a'i ii 'I business in Starke was transacting Joseph Antle, of Tarpon Springs, Coug%l and Colds Are Dangerous.Few .
cents i
1 Rev. and :Mrs. D. salad course of coffee Monday and other able ministers of the r.| realize the of
::1 Games of different kinds will be ent L. Phillips and |i cocoa, whip ped i'I Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. E. gos- us danger
t toyed by the young people on the daughter attended preaching at Emanj j I| cream, chicken salad, bread and butter S. Matthews and Mrs. A. H. Freeman participate PelEverybody in this is invited to come and Coughs r'|.d Colds. We consider them

I lawn if the weather is good, an i'el Sunday. j'I sandwich and pickles. | of Starke, were, among those from that, feast. grand religious common *nd harmless ailments. How
t cold the rooms will be well heated disc \ Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Carter motored I for the arrangement and execution ever, statistics tell us every third per-

:' the occasion. i I over to Maxville Tuesday to attend a' of the social much credit is due the -- son die 'f a lung ailment. Dangerous

I fcale. ( committee composed of Mesdamesar NOT ENOUGH CHILDREN Beware of Ointments for lrll1
Mr. X. D. Davis and Dalton Stewart, Grover Sweat, F. II. Long, T. Catarrh That Contain low a nr'jliected cold. As your body

A delightful party was enjoyed at i ter made a flying trip to Maxville on J. Griffin and J. I}. Ritch; while Miss i'to everreteh'e sufficiently the proper balance of f and as mercury Mercury struJ!' let 'again;t cold germs, no bet-
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Thomas nourish both .'
Lois body
Monday. Peek managed the of smell Ucamyletelytder3ng
j program and brain during the and the 'ter lId 4n be had than Dr. Kirg's'
; last Friday night by a large num. Mr. D. X. Rowe was a visitor to. did the duties of hostess: in most I nature demands growing period when i whole system when entering It through New .
acapable the been
I are than i mucous surfaces. Dia'asery. Its merit has
i _. greater in Such articles whoamany
her of people.
, young! luire Tuesday. | and charming manner. I mature life. This is tested I
shown in except on
so frovmrtcputaGle prescriptions byMd and young.!: In use ov .
Dr. Russell Taylor and J. J. ('ox. of r. pale faces, lean bodies I. physicians as the damage
4 Worthington, visited our little city; on I To Drive Out Malaria I Whenever You Need a General Tonic and lack of ambition. frequent colds, can they will do Is ten fold to the good you er 4;i 're:> ;. Get a bottle today. Avoid .

Monday.Mrs. And Build Up The SystemLie Take Qrove's I I For all such children Catarrh Osslbly Cure,derive manufactured from them.by Hall's F. J. the rf-k ?# serious lung ailments. AtDruggists

Lola Banks, of New liver, Take the Old Standard GROVE'S The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless I unmistakable we sayith I Cheney *: Co.. Toledo. 0.. contains no (1)) .1
earnestness ..
; TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know'chill Tonic is t Scott's : They need t mercury and is taken Internally, acting] ---. -
Mrs. Dekle Parri'h equally valuable a' Emulsion
ited her mother I and '
as need it trE-ctly
I upon the blood
and
what are taking, as the formula is I General Tonic because now. It bees mucous! s!ur- Is yoir furniture insured? If
, I Saturday and Sunday. you it contains the possesses in concentrated form the"el of the syltE-In. In buying Hill's: i
I printed on every label, showing it: is weflknowntonicpropcrtiescfQUININE food elements to ) Catarrh Cure be sure you get the -
We regret the continued illness 1 of: and : enrich their blood. It I I hI'- It Is taken Rea not hy not? Ask J. Davis
Quinine Ircn in a tasteless f rnj. l and IRON. It acts en the Liver, Drives changes weakness to Internally and read in tit R. 1
Mr. Mrs. strength; it makes ::)' 'So: Ohio, F. J.
the infant daughter of and ; The Quinine ifrives cut malaria, the out :Mal ::::, F.nrirhcs the I'lood and them sturdy and tm nlals by Cheney Co. Tes-

T H. Waters. Hope the little lady :. 1.0- builds up s systia. 50 cant BIli:w up th1 hole SJ'ste:1. 'iO C: g;; Scott&Botrae strong.. loom&cld.I No alcohol..;. I Sold by free.Druggists. Price 75c per hot tla & Co. f-Dr rates' or call phone ,i.

Take Htll'a Family filla for const!j&Uoa. ? .
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