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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 10, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75 Cents. Payable In Advance. E. S. Matthews, Editor and Proprietor. "

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VOLUME 38. STARKE. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1916. NUMBER 36. [:1

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BOUNDARIES OF DIFFERENT ELECTION PRAYER OF THE MOTHER AFTER THE CHILDREN PRESIDENT WILSON WINS COMPLETE' s: i


DISTRICTS WERE CHANGED HAVE GONE TO BED VICTORY TEUTON CONTROVERSY

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They are asleep, 0 God, and I am tired, and I want the hush of a x

Voting Districts No. 5,6,7 and half-hour with Thee. I want to bathe my soul in the Infinite, as work- Final Vote in Congress Comes

ers, covered with dust and sweat, plunge into the sea. .
i 10 Have Boundaries Alter- MANY ADVERTISE IN THE SOCIAL FUNCTION GIVEN After Four Hours of
Let my hot heart feel Thy cool vastness, my muddy mind lose itself Very
- ed to Conform With Law. TELEGRAPH THIS WEEK in Thy crystal wisdom, my bruised love be healed in the waters of MISS DARBY THURSDAYMiss Healed Debate.

Thy love, so sure, so calm and deep. ; -
! Merchants Tell the God, I could not' bear to be a mother another day if I thought I
Progressive Mabel Darby Entertainsin
DOWLING REFUSED should be called to account for all my mistakes. I would never seek TEST VOTES PROVE

) Public of BargainsLawteyWell Thee unless I thought Thou were as forbearing and love-blind as I; Honor of Miss, Myra 4

CONVICTS INCREASEPetition Represented.This but because my own children never come to me without my heart leaping Darby Thursday.Miss WILSON'S STRENGTH

to meet them, so I learn to be very bold toward my Father whichis ,
in Heaven. ? s
Granted for Public Road to number of the Telegraph pre- I Nothing
I am all faults. My very love trips up my wisdom, and my care Mabel Darby entertained delightfully As ftriting Has Been Seen -

. Run South from D. L. Phillips Connecting sents a goodly than array of advertising time., breeds worry, and my sense of expediency makes me disloyal to the I on Thursday, the second! Since Devlatation of the Spanish-
at previous
more so any instant, from three-thirty to fivethirty -
With Lawtey and Lake But- The most striking feature in the advertisements truth. One has to be very great and good to be a mother. No one in compliment to her friend Miss American VA!r-\ oh-d! to Table the 1 is
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. short cf God Himself could be to it.
equal
ler Public Road-Board ContractsFor is the pages containingthe Myra Darby, whese marriage to Mr. McLemortKesolution By a Vote of
i. Lawtey offerings. Lawtey is a But I love them, God, and in love I climb beside Thy seat. 1
of
Sinclair L. Peek is event this
,'1 Ten State Conucts. an 276 to 142- -s.sion lasted 7 Hours.
( srr<.ll town and has until lately not Teach me Thine own wondrous skill and indirection, so that I also v eek. : II I II

',< been reaching out for business very may learn to wait, and to suffer, and, by long wisdom, to circumvent. The rooms of the lower floor were .'-

Ir I, At 10 o'clock Monday, March 6th, much, but a spirit of boostin has I know it is of no avail to tell them anything. .! know their little thrown ensuite and very attractively WASHINGTON", March 7. -The

..' I 1910, the board of county commis- seized': every person there, whether a eyes are sharp, and see my s soul, and that they copy me. Therefore decorated with graceful yires and pot- House toniphtv.y; a vote or two hun-

',.. sioners was called to order by Chair- business man or not, and every effort make me good, good in my deepest purpose, good in my very desires. I ted plants, while the soft radiance of dred and sevesty-siv! : to one hundred ta
,. man J. B. Crews, with all. members that can be suggested is made use of Make me all I want them to be, strong and true and greathearted.Save candles enhanced the pretty scene. and forty-two,: tall..>d the McLemore @
present to-wit: D. W. Pinholster, A. to keep the trade at home and attract me from the irritation of little things. Give me the long vision The arriving guests were greeted by resolution which would warn Ameri-
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H. Williams, J. L. Underhill and S. T. trade from elsewhere, as the first step Mrs. J. II. Ritch, Miss Mabel Darby cans off of armed merchantmen, be- f
the sense of perspective, so that I may judge between essentialsand
Dowling. towards substantial growth. And this and the bride-elect, Miss Myra Darby, longing to the ouropean! belligerents.The .
non-essentials.
f1i' Minutes of last meeting were read new and vigorous spirit of progress who was most becomingly costumed in final \<+1.\', which is regardedas
s and approved. will soon change the town int oa flourishing Let me be a real mother to my children, mending their souls and a suit of green taffeta, worn with a a complete vttfory for the presidentand

''ffl The unfinished business from last little city having all the mod- i fancies and helping weave their dreams, as well as attending to their chiffon blouse trimmed in rose, white which mef?'S that he can go on I

meeting was taken up and disposed of ern improvements and offering tempting bodies. shoes and gloves, and a dainty flower- with the Germ en negotiations without
d{; as follows: inducements to homeseekers. The Help me to learn wisdom from their dear humanities, the secret of trimmed turban to match. The hos- embarrassmentlfrom Congress, came #

I Petition asking that J. G. Wynn be mot natural way to hold and gain trust in Thee from their trust in me. tess, Miss Mabel Darby, was attired after four hou.K: of heated debate, allowed -

;; granted permission to change public trade was to advertise in the Telegraph And keep them from harm, and let them grow up sound and un- in a green crepe de chine, with lace under t>?:.t rules for congressmen K
road near Sampson City to pass back and a representative of the pa- spoiled. sleeves and yoke and fur trimmings. to explaI; ;. heir positions.

of his field instead of across his land. per was invited to come to Lawteyand And make them always love me. Amen. Mrs. J. H. Ritch looked elegant in a Previously t\o test votes had been

Upon motion and second permission take contracts for advertising.There -Frank Crane in The Delineator. golden brown jai.onica silk, rimmed taken, the first.being to prevent the a
granted him to make such change as I has been no soliciting on our with blue chiffon.In McLemore resolutions from being

7 specified in petition, provided that the part whatever; the public spirited men the dining room was placed a amended. It ws carried by the ad- i
'3 work in opening said road be done thought it would be a good investmentto bride's cook book, and each one pres- ministration fuses by a vote of two
< without any expense to the county. : advertise with us, and that our ad- -- ------ -- --- --- ent was asked to write a recipe for hundred and fifty-six to one hundred

5{: Application of J. B. Dowling for increase vertising space was worth the money some favorite dish; this book being and sixty. The second was on adopt-
for feed'of county convicts from asked for it. And they made no mis- WILSON SELECTS NEWTON{ BAKERTO later presented to the guest of honor ing a rule to lifjiit debate on the motion

40c to 50c per day for each convict take; the result of the advertising will for her use in future housekeeping.With to table. '1 is one was carried bya

0 Upon motion and second refused. show that printer's ir.k is a gilt-ed this cook book were the follow- vote of two Hundred and seventyone .

; Petition asking for a public, road investment every time. BE NEW SECRETARY OF WAR ing clever verses composed by the hos- to one hun -ed; and thirtyeight.The .
5 2 2I commencing at a point on the Lawteyand What we have said above should tess: full Houaj:: session lasted today
Lake Butler public road at D. L. convince the skeptical that advertisingnot To Myra for seven hours.and;;:| nothing as excit-
Phillips' place and run south on the. only pays but that it is in many This cook book I give to you, I ing has been s.ja in the capitol since

10 acre line to a point across Wateroak cases a vital necessity, and the busi- ... I Former Mayor of Cleveland to With it love that's very true the declaration .?of the Spanish war. I
0 ?. branch to a stake number 55, thencein ness man should regard the local pa- i> Succeed Lindsey M. Gar- And wishes for your happiness The votes were:not. strictly on party i
IS .1 a southeasterly direction to NW per as a valuable asset for publishing 0 Therein: for all the future. lines. On the f Fatal vote the ayes were ;. :'"
! corner of NEVi of NE'4 of Section 5,, their sales. When we solicit advertis- CLEAN UP. e' rison, Resigned.PERSONAL I Democrats 182, ;Republicans 93, Progressives j
>5'1 Township 6, South of Range 22, thence ing we do not intend to ask for patronage '! ':' There's an old saying, : 1. Niys, Democrats 33, Re-
. .i south along the quarter section line without giving full value in re- Today is cleaning-up day for + That we all know is true publicans 102,{Progressives 5, Independent 1
20 : to south line of section 5, thence in a turn. There are a few who believe !- Starke. The cleaning-up is not & FRIENDOF From observing cur friends who are 1, Socialist? 1. "
... southeasterly direction to the NE cor- that advertising does not pay. but the '!'. decreed by law, only urged by our V, wives. The so-callcif ) ryan influence failed -
ner of section 17, thence to continue many who praise the Telegraph's potency Civic Club, but the request should THE PRESIDENTBaker I'm reminding you, Myra, to develop ajiy appreciable strength 1--. ..
southeasterly to NE corner of NW4 in stimulating trade give us as- !' cheerfully be complied with. We 23JJ surance that what we have to offeris i' take pride in keeping the interior 'i proceed with ta.. answer to the last

(Continued on Page 11.) well worth buying. e' of our homes clean-why should .?. (Continued on Page 5.) \ Berlin note on vta Lusitania case. I' J
; !.> we not keep our premises clean,

|| "BABY %WEEK" IS U.S.WAROFFICEPREPARINGFOR% G:!', also tented conducive? spirit Clean of and a surroundings cheerful of health.and con-The are ''?3?'' President Foreign Questions on the -Preparedness Native of Cleveland and- AFTER YEARS GEORGE NETTLES I iI T>1'


: stranger within our gates is apt .? and is Highly Regarded By I $

'z { BEINGOBSERVEDr + to judge us by our surroundingsif + the President as a Lawyer. CRIMINAL HASBEENCAPTURED IN CUSTODY ON' 4'
Ili' ? they are clean and neat he '! ,
I ; v. concedes that we are refined peoy I 5 1
EVENTUALTIESSPANISH I ,.. pie with whom it is safe to cast '? WASHINGTON, March 6.-Newton ;
.t11" IN COUNTRYINTERESTING I 'i' his lot. If they are dirty, he be- '!' B. Baker, former mayor of Cleveland, FORGEYCIIARGE -
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'> lieves we are slovenly people, and $ has been selected by President Wilson t z -i ,
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f; | i- he goes somewhere else. There- $: for secretary of war. His nomination .4PRESENTED'iBOGUS:--

.06!r: WAR VETERANSARE 's fore, let us $. wi'l! go to the senate tomorrow and
PAPER PREPAREDLY administration leaders ATTEMPTED TO TAKE LIFE : CHECKAT
'! CLEAN UP! DR. FREEMAN ASKED TO VOLUNTEE I I o : confirmation so the new secretary may OF S. BALLINGER, LAWTEYIs A LAKfe BUTLER BANK
,; '!- 'i' !> (!> i' take active charge of the war depart
.1 O'w ment's plans for army increase and '
AyI ; Statistics Go to Prove Some Startling Inquiry Made For Possible Officers for - reorganization.Mr. Suspected Also of Complicity in Claims That Ibj Will Produce The
NEW; W. U. TELEGRAPH OFFICE. I
I Facts-300,000 Babies Die in the Army-Men Who Came For- Baker is a lawyer and as a I Assassination of Chas. P. Gou- Original Ch-ick. When {'ase

10.t The U. S. Every Year. ward in Mex. Crisb Approached. leader among Ohio Democrats has ger Just Prier to Above. Conirs-'to. Trial.
I ti I'" District Manager A. E. Lan? of the been a warm supporter of the Wilson t

Western Union Telegraph company, policies since the preconvention cam- -9 i
i "Baby Week", under the auspices!'> of WASHINGTON, March 7-The War was in Staike the latter part of last I paign of 1912. He has been a close After eight years George Slater a George Nettles? a young man from i

.r: the Infants' Welfare Society, and oth- Department, determined to be prepared week and established! a down-town tel personal friend of Mr. Wilson since: negro, is in the county jail charged the western pi.rtf the county, is in

. f er organizations, is from March 4th for eventuality, has ordered a egraph (,l1cc: The new office is situated \ the latter was his instructor years I with having attempted to kill Sam jail charged with *brgeiy. From what
- any Johns Ballinger, another living near I IIi can be learned of :The circumstances it ; ti
to March 11th and is being observedin just cast of Hull's DepartmentStore ago at Hopkins university and negro t '
{ countrywide )' to ascertain how I offered' the of of i Lawtey. Skater shot Ballinger and seems that Nettle! presented; a chock r,
several hundred towns and villagesof aril! is at present in charge of 1 was post secretary j Ii j
3 (' l latter sustained the loss of of! for $20: at the farmers & Dealers
the one j
of military experience z
interior in
the the
men receive Wilson cab-
the i many Mr. J. E. Brown who will original
United States, various : ,
.f i ways his but soon recovered from the I Bank in Lake :*!utl eyes ors
b and under different local organizations I would !bo available for commas-ions: in I I messages for tra1Smi3sioand have II i hot. but declined because he was then I I I injury. Slater made his escape and I morning, pur ori:rg to have been '. i
a .D" The chief aim of the movement is the the army, should their services be messages Iominfrom out of town delivered mayor. He is understood to be in thorough i has been at large until! a short time 1 made in favort m:11'by the name i
conservation or saving of the infant. needed. This inquiry has been directed to the proper address. I j. accord with the president on the 1 ago, when he was:, arrested in Jackson- of Wheeler ar d v'Sne'l' by Brown
:) The babies of today are to be the men Some time ago the Seaboard company preparedness program and foreignquestions. vine! suspected of having been implicated Brothers, of }IU-M. Nettles was accompanied -
and women of tomorrow. We are told first to all commissioned; officers curtailed the staff in A sent T. 1! j in another crime. While he was to th-.1 tank by his father,

-i that a baby comes into the world with who saw service in the Spanish! war J. {;ritlin',; office, and he has now only I I An offer of the war secretaryship in the custody of the officers in Jacksonville Randall N'tth.isho: spoke of him as
;" less chance to live one week than the Each has been rskcdhethcr he can ona assistant. The messages During was nude to Mr. Baker by telegraph 1 he was identified as the man Mr. Wheeler. Tie young man has;

i2ivisji old man of 90, and less chance to live be depended upon to return to the colors the strawberry season mostly come at I several days ago after the presidenthad I who. made Sheriff the Denmark attempt on was Ballinger'slife. at onceadvised lived years out and was of the not!;,county known to for the several bank

a year than one of 80. Or to use sta- should his country call him. right, and he found himself unable to II spent more than three weeks care- that Slater was in custody and officials, but the: Signature i of Brown i'
tistics from the Census Bureau, 300- In addition inquiries have been sent take tare of all the telegraph busi- fully going over a long list of those went to Jacksonville Sunday, bringing Bros., was not n good imitation and
I ai 000 babies die in the United States to all those who informally offered ness during the busy season now aboutto suggested to succeed Secretary Garri- Slater back with him. their suspicion }!%re aroused. Pay-
begin, and for this reason the son.Ir.. Baker and : of Slater is of the check refused and the
every year. In the first year of life their services to the United States new accepted upon The arrest regarded as ment was
"', the death rate is 124 to 1,00 births; when the Mexican situation was most office was started. Mr. Griffin will being notified today that he would be of great importance because he is sus- cashier of the IJatl got into commun-
. a' in London the rate is 100 to 1,000 and acute about two years ago. At that send what messages he is called on to nominated at once, telegraphed that cected of complicity in one of the most ication by phone;with Brown Bros.,
of 7t3 in New Zealand it is 50 to 1,000.: Of time the War Department looked up transmit, but he has no messenger to he would be in Washington Thursday. heinous crimes ever committed in the who advised then,*that they had not
aU deliver the answers, and these, there- county, the assassination of Chas. P. issued any such k ieck and requestedthat
10)1' these deaths 38 cent occur in the and listed a vast number of engineersand
per Gouger, a well known citizen of the the party presenting at be ar
fore will to the downtown of-
first month and over 50 per cent in the other technical experts whose ser- come THE STRAWBERRIES. Lawtey section. This crime was com- rested. ".
vet toInform first three months of life. The num-I i. vices would be invaluable in war. To fice. When answers are desired it is mitted a short time before the attempton Marshal Jack Cfcancy: was asked to

.:{. ber dying in the first week equals the all the inquiry has been renewed and best, therefore, in order to prevent i March has so far lived up to its rep- the life of Ballinger. Slater was place the young man. under arrest and .
number lost in the last six months of each has been asked to inform the possible confusion to have the messages I utation for bluster and the weatherhas arrested on suspicion, but at the cor- soon had him in custody, but not un-
trthntg; the year. War Department whether the tenderof handled by the down-town office. been windy and more or less cold. oner's inquest the evidence againsthim til he had made a; violent resistance.
The office will have I not sufficient to hold him. It I The sheriff's off ice ,Was advised of the
or This heavy mortality at this early services made in the former Mexican a manageroperator Last Friday night a cold wind blew, was
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lint assistant operator and now believed that more direct evidence : arrest and Deputy.Cameron went over f ,
messen- and
Sunday morning we had a heavy i'it .
f holds at "
bat age can only be due to causes acting crisis good present.As
? be secured him 11 Butler lath Wednesday afternoon -
re ger, also telephone. To begin with it frost. Wednesday night was.cold!. ; can connecting Ito Lake
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.d Ilfo'r.i prior to the birth of the baby. Dr. a further means of increasing will be kept open from 8 a. m. to 8 p. I enough for ice to form in places. [ with the murder of Gouger and the I and brought'i'Jettles! to the coun- N'
Herman Schwartz, studying this question the commissioned! personnel of the from 7 I Such weather naturally puts a checkon ; developments in the case will be t'.ty 'ail. "
and later to 10
m., a. m. m.,
\ I in a New York Maternity Clinic, army, should need arise the depart- p. strawberry production as the watched with great interest. Nettles waived 'f'reliminary hearing
ab' if
!get } found that where the food of the moth- ment is making a very careful studyof or later necessary.KINGSLEY growth of the plants is retarded and| The murder of Mr. Gouger was a i Thursday morning;1.tnd Judge Gardiner
gro9'o. jr ers was poor or insufficient that the the lists of those attending the stu- exposed bloom and berries are dam- cold-blooded affair and shocked this fixed his bond at j.2>0.
i LAKE CEMETERYLast whole section. lIe lived small I After the amit is understood '
infant death and the business aged. Still shipments are going forward on a
rate was 144 to the 1,000; dents' military camps
I __ farm Lawtey. A few prior that Randall Net ps! father of the i
: where it that daily. The heaviest of late wasFriday's. i near days
notably
largestas : fair ,
was the reducedto military
rate mens' camps
was I with 116 bushels, and Satur-: to the assassination his wife had deserted : young man, ackr.ledtrH that the ',
t1'1 t.-r 124; and that where it was good the held at Plattsburg, N. Y.. last year. Thursday there was a cemetery da' "s.' with 126 bushels. The prices i him and he was in the house prisoner's name v!> not Wheeler, but t :
rate was further reduced to 62 to the The ratings attained by all these participants cleaning at the Kingsley lake :Iiave improved of late and $5.50 haveI alore. The assassin crept up near thehou"e that he was his sThe voun? man
as, rill(:1e 1,000 births. Acting in the same way are being pone over to see I church. The grounds were enlarged I been realized on the platform for and shot him through a screen i claims that he has the original of a f
alga{ it has been noticed that the amountof just how many and what characterof : trees trimmed up and everything put bushel crates, and by the quart the door. : check for $20 iMn to Wheeler by ti ;
" j- work the mother does as well as the officers could be commissioned from'I( in neat order. Quite: a large crowd attended I price has been from 15 to 20 cents. : Slater was in the employ of Gougerat Brown Bros! and fkt r-" will nroduce, ,!
Jig 191' amount of I .- i 1 the time and on the following morning it. He states th-he h-i1 "*"' A the t
rest she
takes for several this source." and the ladies !spread basket! ,, -
ard fO'*T;; weeks preceding the coming of the ha. The other reliance of t>-" W'ir P '- dinner,for the } a I 1=. S. Humphrey, of Alfalfa, has added i failed] to make hi3: appears"t" at t cluck r"roht> ;'e k0*' h "*-r he
icsca, by has wr-rprs. a small" herd of Angora goats this o I. the place until be was sent fcr, afterfinding .cuId! imitate it. fte original and the
an important outside of the regular
; influ- armyis ,
prenatal partment
thrown into his trunk
of the dead body of Mr. Gouger imitation were
I other .
i ence on infant mortality. To the organized militia and Adjutants i C. S. Austin, the ice cream man, has enterprises.Lots of getting the ''
o quota i lIe then stated'that he was not t together and instuj 1
....,*qJ.", from a forceful writer, Havelock El- General of the various states will re j II i had his cart drydocked, caulked, paint- of fun in store for those who I well and failed to come to work on genuine check uhd'he went to have it h
[La'puiia( ,'] lis, "The Problem of Race Regenera- port just what could be expected from ed and has strated on his rounds again, attend the "Stepping Party" Friday'that' account. There were other suspicious cashed he t, sa. ':-, their organizations by way of officersaad ;II from which may be inferred that evening. Don't miss it. Admission circumstances, but no direct t also that he will )fr able to produceI

Hd p .;>' (Continued on Page 11.) I enlisted men. I spring has come ir.!:_earnest. 15 and 25 cents. 1 evidence against him. I Wheeler when his , ;
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. fRW Y, M.\RfH 10. 1916.C.MPAIGNIG .
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,-,' : ANNOUNCEMENT.I I LAKE BUTLER ITEMS i Baptist Church. I'I J I I I ; ---;r'I {a
.:, ; MADE EASY. GRANT SAID J'
., ,! !I I The Li."s'id, Scotty of the BapUst churchnv.M I -- The regular monthly services at the GEN. 'I COFFINS CASKETS
attend "Horseshoe St.inr -
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the public to
; Continued From 1'.1i
t. fsr-.f" a t te home of Mr and Mrs. W. I Page Baptist church was well attended. An And a fall line ofUncijrtakers' ';
In another column is a clever piece A. B e,.- nt on Frday evening :Mi.-cc 10. Theiviu.U'n unusually large crowd at the evening "LET US SMOKE IN THIS I
t candidates: : rea-is a* follows : ; Supplies
of rhyming about woes. : j Christian Church and
service showed interest ex- "
"For tzh !ease give zs Inny. great
step r NOT IN THE NEXT. "
: The writer is himself a candidate and The l:. r".&!\.* u SKi.ll. it won t ale cany. Mr?. Coleman went with Rev. Coe-! callent behavior. At the close of the.. WORLD. i I Alway; on hand. The Lest service -
: bewails that he is bashful, unable totak It a all for yrur p'.caiiTr: t: d our otcr:. f
last of the lowest \
:1' So Step :-tty-fi\e! Ur'ore yu cp;ii." man to Starke for the sen-ice evening service the ordinance baptism at; prices. Special ;
for himself and has "no Sunday -'-- 51 .(:iay. The services were of usual was administered to four fineyoung att'r.tl: ;i to telegraph orders. '",:
.. also GROWERS ASSOCIATION. the Old! Reliable
clctrcs.: It r.aM inferred STARKE Smoke
interest and the service for Sunday people and: two others were received }
that. he is too honest and considerateto sj Th rnd StarVe theaL.; Growers* m their Aj 4c initiation'a.on art.dw!:t't far:o night! was especially well attended.The for baptism, to be baptized the ,, Registered Embalmer .

do what many think is necessaryfor tr.irty, .days and CELJ April 1st Lea jnescot--. concrete work for the foundation third Slr.dlY.lso: received one by I] "A. P. B." CIGAR 1
:successful can'.pai r.ir.?. He evince r".1:: be rtceiicd c= the ;aye: : of a f- j.a' 1'!:'! r.an now Va >* Tx"Lttn. of the Lake Butler church is finished letter making ten additions to the i aWITT; c. JONES .
i 1 c-ch conuscr. :erne: when fcrsayAnd *: and !lumber is being placed or.the church in the last thirty days. i: Su 'sro' G. C. Livingston &: Co
} I believe that man in Bradford GR.\HAM REGISTRATION BOOKS. It is in the Pure Havana
every ground for the building. Great interest is being: taken I ( A ) a.
ion books for D- trioo 11 Starke Fla.
The rwst.- :
t county knows were rvcened Widctsday by C. A. Knigcl:: expected that the building will! be finished Sunday schooL New life and new1! ; -

! t J r t whom he wants in office here, no rejistraticn oifcer.: and a copy _as immediately by the first of May. methods being put into the work and \ ,: ---K 4.- ,
; matter where one forwarded :o C. B. Roberts at Graham. I' Rev. Coleman will nil his shall 'r -1'-- '--- -
i goes. who has been appointed deputy reirutratioE regular there can be no doubt that there Made by the ---- -
i I'; That is rig 'lt. The candidates: are cS.cer for the new district. The voters in | appointment at Raiford next Sunday, I: prove to be a permanent blessing to j Ii =s

\ f' known, and some like one candidate, and the nix arrange, d...tnct to have aheuid their call names on Mr.tracsferrtdon Robert preaching both morning and evening the work. i Gejjieral Insurance '

; > some another for a particular office the! bookj. at the: usual hours. | The pastor will preach on the subject j STARKECIGAR CO. :

, te and each man makes up his mind for NOTICE The new hymn book. for the Raiford of "Hell" at the evening service j I r!$ resent none but FIRST

"I whom to vote as soon as he knows WoO xr.; tie at the fo'.icwin; tamed p.atu church have been ordered and it is I' the third Sunday. Everybody welcomed CLAS$ companies and will be

who the candidates are. No candidate ijz the (iatrs tenrin mentioned for the purpo hoped to have them for use next Sunday at each service.* GEO. L. MASSEY, Prop., ccnsti tly on the alert to pro- g
, i is to man's opinion by of a..tssnz and collecting; tain- i j and this should give a fine sonsservice. : I
apt any -
sway .
Raiford. Tjesday. Math 21. Gu Iford. Wrd- STARKE FLORIDA. mote jjj'iur interests. Guarantee
l appearing to suddenly] fall in love with r. ->day. March :: a. m. Thomas Scaoo'.houseWednesday : ,,
C. E. Topic .
court' us treatment to all
him though he previously not March 22 p. m. Providence. Thurs.day. ; j patrcns -
. may March :3. Blair.: Friday March 21 a. m. For Sunday, March 12.: at 5:45 A well written policy '
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have cared a rap for the voter or his Dalits.: Friday. March :.. p.n. Lake Batler.Satuday. : Methodist Church P'I)
r.either11 March :'S, until 3 p. m. Tn.,", -a. ] m. I a fir l-i lass agent in a first'I
family, cheap cigar turn
a
Monday. March :;. a.t. Hair.pton. Monday. |r Services were conducted last Sunday I Provo IOl-):"-Mrs. Coleman leader' I sometimes .
the trick, and stopping a man from Marra ::;. p. m. Laatey. Tartday. March _r. by the pastor and he is pleasedwith The of failures in' Car of Plow Steel class Siinpany meansmuchfn
Subject. causes
his work and compelling him to listento ooker. WednesdayMaren ::!. a. m. Rosier; I case of loss by
Thursday. March 70.N the interest manifested The !life.
boasts of what th? candidate! do: D. W.\ISWP.1GHT. Tax assessor t',: church is doing good work, and is a [ lie
if elected and what calamities! : would: E M DOW LING. Ta\ Collector 'II Sorg. ArrivedWe iI i H. (5 RICHARD,
happen if he were not elected is poor -BOOSTER- ENVELOPES.by I,:'I prominent factor in our community Bible! lesson read by all. Just -.1. .
life.
school
Sunday and meet- I
prayer
Season of prayer. i __e .
needn't tell
campaigning. You anyone it a b.-i"\d s cumber of person. tra: in and --
missionary their failure
society keep of
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up Short talks three causes -
that you are ruling for oe- tr>. oater *cveois! pr.r.ted: 5-.!n" time allot on can fill your order for Prows; ;
4 :>y the Te'jce'ai'h and used r tensiby the good ministry and: Miss Smith has a : :-
L your announcement in the papers take b.."ictns mtn n4 Stare have been very b-ne- :: fine missionary land among the junior 1. Selfishness! Marion Richard. I II i
cf all kinds .
promptly.or
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that trouble! ciT your hands. You cannot f.cial ta an ad.-t'xrnent of the to"'n. We
r She is of the leading; teachers
down without have been asked to stock these .nveiop but : one : :2. .shonesj'-Thelma Bailey.Drunkenness.Elsworth I fit v
run your opponent in order to do this it "il! be nct sary for a,; of our town, but not satisn ed with :'. Harper.
making a latch of promises which you to have an order; for :><\eral: tr.Qo."and. Wesna orders g'.ier. special attention e r v+,
her
II week day activities is i asking
could net fulfill if remembered !! be glad to hear from person she would : Questions, for ili:C'J' ion1. :-
even you li..e0 have these envelopr.. If a s:.iCt,,:.: through this soci'-ty aid in her Suncay -
them after election.: Its: bettereampaieaing number ori?!> can be ooo.::e l we will'ace! : : school class to project her ownhigh How do evil friends cause failure I Hcce trade solit"!'. Give '" cal1or l y af
I for the th. onlrr a: an eariy date. Tro price u'" the.nv'.V. I
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average county *. : ;_ will oe :.30 per KazanG. :deals into the lives of ethers. I,I !. candidate *o "say :.othir: and saw _. failure! ? '
--- ---- Her Sunday school cLr-s net at theparsonage :! Does laziness ever cause
i ,p wood" than it i* to: shake n,"-n's arm :\EW CANDID\TE S I iatt1 n Ca::a'"
) Friday right for organization Quotations from literature.:
cm of joint and talk them! deaf. ('a-idat..= con:'r.je to mate -he.wi"!>i>
r .r' 'An through the annote'. .tr.t eoi'jnn o," and class social. Journey through Gallicians-Evelyri :
t:> Teieeraph. This week w.. have the ann The following cdicenwore elected!: ftI. Rivera Fluff Yt'-. u
Bennett.
W. V. MuHdUirh! : !huorre :.::t' caL- '.rc.llIt of Dr. V.. E. Md, :age i in t h;> sard-r ..: tr" City Hotel. *: '', reprev.r.! the -ift'entor.ate-.V.; President Miss Bertha Saunders. i i Son.Easiness. ;
d: tnct in the state Rratc. It ha hex .yea ;j: Vice President, Dr. ,t'. H. Lee. Lake Butler Florida
'.' Ivue.trti that Hon. D. Andrew ..jld ,
A. \
Lrs. :7 = Secretary, Mr. Leon Ilodes.Treasurer .
New spring goods arrive aStump.s ; r"-t have aa-.it'J: in ht cindidary 'or the I
Miss Julia Kendall.! Per"dl.tron. L .J .
-=airs but D- M'ddleton: who had had the j;
< every day. -,.:' under ajv'm"n' since the,, carry: ta.'t With this corps of officers and Mi*.- r.
-- -- of the cxfn'JU'rna: f-a'r! r rat] \d r'- .- :Ian --
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Smith
Don't forget the "Horseshoe Stepping for rrakinn the race and a lily! contt for as teacher, something worthwhile
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the Mrr.ay now be exot-cted. [ is expected from this body! of
Party" at Mrs. Bessent'Friday I : :=:
j. M' w G. Sea' cf Hampton enters the :
I- ('\' nnlr. Everybody invited. race for mjr.?etatve. plaeir/! ; his announcement young:!, people.! ff "
----- in In"'..!> 1 with Hon Joe Hill! Wiilian |! Let the work go forward. 1
t and D. f. McDonald thus irakin a thn' _____. i I STARKE''
correr-d content :n this sroup. Vr. Seals ha. WHEN IN
COMER L PEEK ban a prominent citizen of Hampton f"r1I"'r Junior C. E. Tooic
> years. He is prtident of the Hampton i
.an;, and k cotton. buyer Hf served: the j,! For Sunday, March 12: at 11 a. m. t
r Florida Real Estate, Und and county sire >ta, > ado on the ttiard of county ] '
How can we make the best of'
ccmmsion. riving faithful; and valuable) : use Call around and look line of Hardware.
p ....n.ictTh@ I i the Bible Ps. 119:33lWiHi' Df'kleI over my Fanning Implements .

I l.': Timber Expert. .1. :, that or.of!) J.ot-er H. r.ew Lowery ancour.ctment.bo b a candidate this .*..... ., leader. :; of all descriptions carried in stock. My line of Tools, Plows and Cultivators '..

i 33 years Experience at Starke. '" eonf.sb! in the Laatey district. !t I Ii : Song. |
i Rumor are Hill rife about the entry of Bible lesson read by all. Bring; Bi- of many different styles, including Disc, Shovel Tooth, :straight Tooth,

, 1Io." ...... .......AUt ....;... other candidates: fo- rep't'>>t-rtati.e. Dr. J. E. '!i bles! I!
( Ma-res. of Lake; Butler. Dr. L. L. Lamb of Spring Tooth and Combination Disc and Shovel Tooth, \is complete.I .
II. Brw.:\e'. and E. L. Cro.by. of Brooker. are i iI i 1 Prayer by leader. | <
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Lots of bargains at Stump ;'I' freguenil mentioned as punsiblr: candidates. |1 Lesson -Joje. Willie Mae and "
i I There is aQ a persistent remor connecting story sell the famous Webber Wagons Mowing Machines
i I the' name of G. W. A'dermar. of Lake. BIt.1| Aubra. ,
To Drive Out Malaria i|: rte '" ithe contest for the clerk's] o4ce.l( i!i Sentence prayers.RecitationRuth; j, Rakes, Hay Presses, Gasoline Engines Stoves Ranges Enamel
And Build Up The System : --- ,
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Take the Old Standard GROVE'S I\, Go to Stump's for your newt Memory verses. Richard I j I Ware and Tinware. i

:. TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know ,
what you are taking, as the formula is I i I spring goods.Now Bible d'rill. i j. .

printed on every label, showing' it is'' : I Roll call and reading of minute I DeWITT C. JONES .
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form the time to get your straw Payment of dues. i .

The Quinice drives. out malaria, the berry tickets. We print them for you Pledge.] \ __
Iron LuiJp L* ay"tens. 5'j COlt I on short notice.: Good stock. j Mizpah. :

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Within the next ten days for the benefit of our Wends and Patrons. !

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:: :24lb.] Best Grade Self Rising Flour] ___ _____ _____.86 tOe Whit.Handbrchiefs $7.00 MEN'S CLOTHING t

At This Sale ____ ________ 4C and $8.00 Ladies Skirts $5:00 and $6.00 Men's Tailor! Made
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I r ;. 12: lb. Best Grade Self Rising Flour UhU_.44 Assorted Cotton and Silk Threads- --- At This Sale ___hU_______ _______ $3.98 At This Sale ,_.___ $3. 98 t

't 24 Ib.! Best Grade Plain; Flour.___.__ __ ____.. _...81 At This Sale ... -3 e $- .00 and $5.00 Ladies Skirts
:4. ,m..m........_.- At $2.50 and $3.00 Men's Pijts
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f'O.: Flannels] 15c Seller] at 74 and ,,:..0 and $,"00 Ladies' Skirts 00 and ; j
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Special Sale! I on Entire Stock of Enamelware 1 At_ This Sale] ------- -----____________ 97' This Sale I _______ _. _____ ____ 07 CO7Qn 1
f Tomatoes 15c. Grade _____n_______---------- .11 Special Sale on Conforters and Blankets] $1:;?.;, American Beauty Corsets : ___ .u J
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"" 1 Timothy Hay __________Unnun_ $1.2 15c Men's Hose 00. '* "- on. :

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News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. ::1 I BY WORKING COMMITTEE +:t .M i iQ

I United States Is Shipping Daily Almost i
"S2SCS 5oSiS' !S'aS R"'''''' C 5i5i!
$2,000,000 Worth I! i'

\81 Live State News C F FL I"l !i United States Naval! ProgramAlso 1 1 ,

American war munitions are now ... ),1
Taking Definite Shape. / "
--- pouring into Europe at the rate of ........ \ ,

I Told by Our Exchanges.ST. I nearly $2-000,000 worth each day, with Build Five Ships A Year. .,' 'tf1! ,' t f').
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figures swelling rapidly as produc- ,
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Estimates just made at the Depart- The Administration's plans for de-
PETERSBURG.-The is shown in the office
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Royal tern by figures
ment of Commerce put the total A- fense have taken fairly definite form.' '. <
Poinciana Nursery at St. Petersburg, ofo State Comptroller W. V. Knott in
'merican munition shipments since the The army bill has been agreed upon 'j'
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recently gained the blue ribbon at the Tallahassee. These figures are com- the House .
by Military committee and
began at close to of ,
war a quarter a "
South Florida Fair, for the best nurs- piled from the semi-annual report of under ."
billion doilr-rs. At the rate shipmentsare measures are way to so increasethe
ery exhibit of flowering plants. The these offices under the new law pass- d
United States
going now, this amount would be navy that within a .
honor was won over contestants. ed by the last legislature, which requires 1
many
doubled in the next four months.A short time it will regain its former position .
them to file a financial state- / b ..
great part of the munitions out- as the second largest in the

:\lIA .-The whirlwind campaignto ment every six months. They are required put has been in the form of high ex- world. It is expected that, with the

raise funds, for theconstruction and to know both the total receipts building of five capital ships each
plo i\e shells, mere than $1,000,000.000 year :
equipping of a Y. M. C. A. ended Friday of their offices and the the net profit of their to worth of which have left American the proposed program will be com- the night before 1
themselves after
night: when it was announced that expenses shores. Powder comes next, with shipments plete in six years instead of nine, and
offices have been
subscriptions amounting to $103,540had paid. estimated at nearly $100OuO, without any help from private yards.:

been secured. The building will 000, and small arms cartridges are According to the army measure, to

be erected and equipped an early DeLAXD.-R. F. Sherman and C. third, with 30000000. Firearms, including be framed by Chairman Hay, of the The laxative i ablet \

date. L. Fuller closed a deal with Willliam ordnance exports, are put at 1 Military committee, completes federalization iI i

Law by which they become the own- less than $20,000,000, with small in-j j of the National Guard will be with the rileasant-taste; I it-

DE LAX D.- The state supreme ,' ers of 7CO acres of land lying between crease shown. Great Britain is using !:i.uhitituted for the proposed continea- -> -* I
this: city and Orange City. The entire tit k urged by of Wr.r
court last week upheld: the lower courtin three times as many of these exports ex-Secretary

the matter: of validating the $::350, t'awill be cleared and plantedto i as any other foreign country.PATRIOTISM I'' Garrison. The I Hll, howe.er.il!
Pi.lal and other : improved the ,
: rant virtually
000 bond issue recently authorizedfor grasses I --- entireprogram ... :
the construction of good roads in J I 1 I stock! will be purchased and a modern I II :j mapped put by Mr. Garrison for theregular elusive-
stock farm will be established. Mr. will
army and go even further ,
Volusia county, and issuance of the I '
'( Sherman is the of extensive thr.: he recommended in for i
owner I providing (. ,
bonds will proceed.ZEP1IYRiIILLSAt. A nation is made great, not by its j .
II here. For several he reserve A total
property years j military supplies.
fruitful acres, but by the men who cwl- h
has been spending the winters in De- ;acc rtie-.gth of iJl tivate them its forests I
; not by great ,
a meeting Land and from time to time adding to -'ar'lnsr army and the guard combined 1 1t
but by the men who use them; not by |
called for the purpose, held at Zephyr- his holdings. He has been a careful vill Le provided fcr, with reserve sys- I
its mines, but by the men who work in
hills, there was formed a permanent watcher of the growing interest in j' terns to more than double the orce'in K i' !
them; not by its railways, but by the # i
for Ptfsco Fair
organization a County live stock and has come to the conclusion :me! of wr*. ,P
men who build and run them. America -
Association, with the following offi- that Florida is destined to be I Tho .pe-U.o for the whole estab- StoreMITCHELL'S i!
was a great land when Columbus The
cers: J. F. Stebbins, president; Mrs.L. the greatest live stock state in the lishment this year is roughly estimst- LJt i

X. Gilbert, vice-president; T. F. Union. Mr. Fuller is from Michigan. discovered Nation.In it; Americans. : hare made it cd at $17-1,000,000. exclusive cf Panama DRUG STORE I Ir I
a great .
Ziegler secretary ar.d1.. C. Campbell, : '
canal defenses, carried in another i ,
1776 our fathers had a vision of anew
treasurer. Two hundred and five j I bill, and proposals for additional military :;
QUIXCY.- Nation "conceived in liberty and j r
dollars to thecity and county was the ::i !schools' in all states, carried in .
dedicated to the proposition that all | 'E----
JACKSO VILLE.-The United Sta- j 'h- McKelhr bill and .dr : "
amount collected from a Tallahassee men are created equal." Without an : requiring an ap- r/ WO--"R'
torpedo boat "Preston" is expectedto pronriation of $3,840,000.To : : !
tes peddler last week. The peddler had army they fought the greatest of existing !

arrive at Jacksonville the latter been in the habit of coming to Quincyand world empires that they might complete the committee's com- ,:..:1\\ '

fart of March or the first of April to selling goods on the installment realize this vision. A third of a cen- promise with President Wilson on the ,4. !(....'..,. ..... .. 1.

remain at that place indefinitely for pkn. A close watch had been kept on tury later, without a navy they foughtthe continental army, the committee will .1':: : fRS
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the purpose of training the membersof him with the result that he was caught greatest navy in the world that urge the increase of the regular army j .

the first and second divisions of the delivering goods when sold once before they might win for their Nation the to a total peace strength of 147,000 by

state naval batallion. For this cffen-e he was assessed a fine freedom of the seas. Half a century adding ten regiments of infantry, four
that if regiments of field artillery, 15; companies DIFFERENT CRG-'S REQUIRE
of $25 and warned he persistedthe later they fought through an unparalleled i
Bros. well fine would be Disregarding of engineers and 4 aero squadrons.This DIFFERENT KINDS OF i
ORLANDO-Manner greater. Civil War that they might establish -
known contractors and builders, have the warnings the peddler continued ; for all time on this continent organization will be capable of r' (($Ij FERTILI ERS

word that have been coming and caught again ; expansion to 275,000 men in war time.
just received they was the inalienable right of life, liberty, the the
While the basic demenji'are same
awarded the contract to erect the up- last week. The city authorities were and the pursuit of happiness. A thirdof Moreover, a provision will be included,

to-date public schcol building at Okee- the first to handle him and the Mayor century later they fought to emancipate designed to produce annually 73,000; t amounts of the ingredients vary.

chobee City. The contract was for assessed a fine of $100 which was an oppressed neighbor and vic- reservist. obliged to return to the col- FAVORITE FERTILIZERS ARE

S40.000 and the structure is to be com- raid. When released by the city, the tory won, gave back Cuba to Cuba'.s, ors under call. The bill will provide MADE TO MEk;T THESECONDITfONS.
first. authorities arrested him and also for the doubling of the cadet
pleted about September county sent an army of schoolmasters to educate
the county court assessed a fine of for liberty the Filipinos, asked r.a corps at West Point, and will authorize !

OCALA-Among the now industries ?103vhkh; was also paid. war indemnity from their vaiujuvhclenemy an increase of some 1,200 or 100: Each sack is marked to slow the importer

that have recentlly opened in this city but paid him liberally for his army officers. element
Federalization of the national Guardis
i i. a ficioiy for the making of ii s, PALM BEACH.-Rev. Albert Stake, I property. Meanwhile they i>ffV>i'!d effected that Con- Special Formulas (ff All Florida Crops
by a provision
carpEts, portieres, etc. Mr.V.. 1.! a Seminole minister who resides in land freely to any farmer who would gress shall authorize the President to Write for Quotations.AGRICULTURAL&HEMICALS. '

Yeast is exhibiting sane ,le, ')f the this city, returned Wednesday from live upon and cultivate it, opened to #
draft the whole of the mi-
or any part :
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( rk turned out y l.ilIi.t hU\ li-'neon Indiantown, where he conducted fun- any foreign immigrants on equal litia forces of the different states in L

Wenona street, and they are easily eral services over the body of John terms the door of industrial opportunity INSECTICIDES.JACKSONVIEtfK. .
time of need. It is believed that Con-
the equal if not superior to many of Pierce, a member of the tribe of Se- shared with them political equal-
minole Indians camping in the Everglades ity and provided by universal taxationfor gress has full power under the consti- FERTIDIER
the imported ones. who was drowned late Sat- universal education.The tution to do this. Under such author- pJP1NDNT{ [ /[ COMPANY ,
the bill will authorize maximum
ity a
in the West Palm Beach cynic who can see in this history
FT. \IEYERS.-Lee county is to be urday evening strength for the National Guard of }. FLORIDA.
canal, about two miles west of the only a theme for his egotistical satireis .
congratulated in the possession of a 425,000, on a basis of 800 men for L ; .:
ferry, across the canal at the terminus no true American, whatever his par- w r.-
handsome $100,000 courthouse whichis each member of Congress, will specifi- I :
entage, whatever his birthplace. He
the Okeechobee road exten- ,
of
about completed. Oh, that the obstructionists -I sion. It seems that Pierce left West who looks with pride upon this history cally prohibit the disbanding of any JLLJ -_- --
would just get out of the guard organization by the state au- 1
which his fathers have written by he- '
Palm Bench late Saturday evening,, "I
way long enough at least to allow the thorities, and will remove the present r' I
roic
where he had been all day selling cur- deeds, who accepts with gratitudethe :
commissioners of Pinellas to provideher limitations on the use of the militia r :
ios to the winter visitors and to join inheritance which they have be- I, i. I
with the much-needed new court- outside of the country. It is expectedthat ,
the other members of the tribe on a queathed to him, and who highly resolves I !.
I
house at the county seat.JACKSONVILLEAt. the pay of privates in peace times ,t ,
hunting expedition. It is supposedby to preserve this inheritance unimpaired -
his brother braves that the canoe and to pass it on to his descendants will be $48 a year; second lieutenants, r I !
: big ban- $250; first lieutenants, $300; captains,
a which he was riding in struck an ob- enlarged and enriched, is a
quet in this city Thursday night of struction, overturning, and that he true American, be his birthplace or his $500 and higher officers in proportion. .

last week, marking the completion of was unable to save himself. parentage what it may. Lyman Abbott The committee has also drawn up a :!

transcontinental telephone communi- in The Outlook. scheme for expanding civilian train- t.; I .

cation between this city and the West, ing camp movement into a definite or- ::. T,

between four and five hundred guests, DEFUNIAK SPRI GS. -Wednesday THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER ganization. Under this plan the or- : ,

including a number of prominent state March 15th has been set as the ganization would be in a measure a 1"1

officials, listened to conversations be- date and this is the place far a gen- substitute for the Administration's I \

tween Jacksonville and San Franciscoa eral meeting of the cattle men and ,say can you see by the dawn's i continental army. Although details

distance of 4,070( miles. others interested in tic keradication.The early light have not been worked out, it is believed When Want a Mul Horse I !

c meeting is called at the requestof What so proudly we hailed at the twi- that 100,000 men could be enrolledin you ,

a large number of those interestedand light's last gleaming- the civilian camps if congressionalaid I-

KEY WEST.-The first trainload of is the direct outgrowth of the diversification Whose broad stripes and bright stars, were granted.

Cuban sugar to be handled exclusivelyby campaign, conducted by through the clouds of the fight With regard to the upbuilding of the Buggy or Wagon; a Set of Har- i :

American railroads has arrived at the L. & N. for the last three weeks.It O'er the ramparts we watched, were so navy, the Administration is preparingto !

the Philadelphia refineries. The train is held here as being the most cen- gallantly streaming! ask Congress to authorize the con- !

which consisted of twenty-two cars, tral point and because, also, those who And the rockets' red glare, the bombs struction of dreadnoughts slips at the H ness come to see us. ;1.| I I

was loaded at the plantation, broughtto wish to attend can take advantage of bursting the air Puget sound and Norfolk navy yards. IH

Havana, put on the ferry steamer, the round trip Chautauqua rates. Dr. Gave proof through the night that our If the House approves, the United[ '
(
Henry M. Flegler, landed in Key West Niehbert, of the U. S. Bureau of Ani- flag was still there; States hereafter will be in a positionto :

and shipped north. It is said the rail- man Industry and other prominent and 0! say, does that Star Spangled Ban- turn out five dreadnoughts or battle We buy in car lots and give f
roads issued special schedule lower
a
well informed speakers are expectedto ner yet wave cruisers at the same time. This means l

than the ocean rate.TALLAHASSEEWith. be here and the meeting promisesto O'er the land of the free, and the homeof that a great naval program of a customers the benefit : of

he one of great interest to all those the brave? continuous nature will be supported,, I ; "

the civic who want to see West Florida come and that government slips will be able the lowest prices. i

improvements of Tallahassee!' that are into its own.PENSACOLA.An. I to turn out capital ships at a greater ; to.
thus
0! be it ever, when freemen shall
the source of comment from all partsof stand rate of speed than any other country' i, : 'ileI 'Ii t

the State, comes the announcementof inspiring story of Between their loved homes and theVar's except Great Britain. I I I

a new paving corporation in the the and foresight displayed I J
bravery \ desolation! + i' '!' ,;-. '!' + + '! L I

The Capital Capital City.Paving It is and to be Construction known as by to the the Russian Sheesley animal Shows trainer was told attached by- Blest heaven-rescued with victory and land peace, may the C J. W. Andrews & :Son j tJ

r' THIS IS FOR YOU. !
Cozine is to j /
Company. Mrs. Lucy C. C. E. Driver, who returned from Milton Praise the Power that hath made and I< j .

be president of the company, T. M. yesterday. A large crowd gathered preserved us a nation. r"' When the Telegraph advertises ,.,
Atkinson, vice-president, and Maj. U. when the Shows being --
Sheesley were
Then conquer we must, when our causeit '!' entertainments free, and ----- -- I
J. Williams secretary and tieasurer. unloaded for the performance at your ; t
is just, ..'
!' thereby causing them to be "
the Milton Mardi Gras celebration. A And this be our motto. "IN GOD IS .
known and attended, it is with + Natural Result of Cross H
from its and I Mountainous' Greece.
leopard escaped cage OUR TRUST
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from Tampa :
TAMPA-Announcement the understanding that what! One day Luther BurbanK was walk. '
Cuban Consul started on a run to the crowd. Whena And the Star Spangled Banner in ... ..' Greece Is jxtremely; nscuntalnoni. ;
is to the effect that printing there is to be done in ing m nis garden whet ne was accosted l
collie dog chained rereby, barked the only plain; region worthy ot the i ii
triumph shall ,
fewda's
R. M. Ybor will! within the next wave connection with them, in the way by an officious acquaintance, *bo
and attracted the animal's attention, O'er the land of .. j name being ipund in Thessaly. In j jI
the establishment the free, and the homeof .
take steps toward of tickets, programs, etc., be done said; "Well, what are you working on
the leopard pounced* upon it, killingthe \ the brave. this province ;s a large quantity ofundeveloped
of the first undersea telephone at our office. This is only doing ; now?" "Trying to cross an eggplant I I
dog in a few minutes. Realizingthat .. dater power, furnished
line connecting the United States with justice te us as pay for our ser- I I and mIlkweed" said Mr. Euroanfc.
the leopard would create panic Now is the time straw- i by torrents wCIch sweep through the I
a to get your .. ... I ,
undersea
Cuba. It is proposed to lay an vice. When the printing is givento "And what under heaven do you expect
and injure several people in tickets. We plains In the rainy season doing great '
probably berry print them for .
line from Havana to Key West!' to you ; some other office we will here- '!' to get trom that?" Mr. Burbank I
with the the (crowd the young Russian leapedon on short notice. Good stock, low .. .;. I damage, their hourso for the remainder -
the latter
city after for the
connect at charge publicity we calmly resumed his walk. "Custard
of
the yeah
while it kill- j being marked by dry
the animal's back was priceshe .. I. r
the American "
transcontinental line which give the entertainments. pie, he said.
ing the dog and held it with bare .... ravines. ,
and Southern Telephone companies '!' .
went through adventure which
hands until other showmen arrived an .
are to establish at an early date. startled" him even when it related ; !' i. ;-, .;- '!> !' + '! ,! .! -v
and assisted in placing the infuriated was His Promising Outlook. :Method. J
animal in its in the recorder's court this morn- "Did
cage.PENSACOLATo you make any money out of
The details of the There is no -one able or anxious tc ,
JACKSONVILLE.-Under the plan ing. adventure, Revised the Petition. that land development stock '
you deny the value of method. But there
a
fcr the which were meagre and from different Instead of forever praying for things -
building up county's military stay up all night bought? "Nit jet. but it looks good.I are who'realize that method is
many
forces that has been drafted by the sources, when strung together made a that would be of doubtful benefit to found i
out much about the
so company
in order to it
pork get to not everything: and that strict adher
House committee military affairs, quartering story which began with his being us, how much better it would be to that i
on took the
they me into
market the next morning: and wake ence to it sometimes becomes a nuisI
the State of Florida will be called upon thrown to the sidewalk, his pockets repeat, from day to day, this simple firm." I
against the brick There Is madness In hard and
crouching pil- ance.
a
the first year for at least 2,000 militiamen up, rifled, his head beat upon with a fence sentence of gratitude: "Thank you.
house, in a fast rules. Tie strict adherence to
lar under a strange strange
or an avenge! of 500 for each picket. Then came a long run, during God. that we can help those who ardown. 1
town, with a police officer calling him, ." some method fy almost as bad as bar
congressional district. At the rate of which he thought he was followed. He -Toledo Blade. No Arguments.
where the is ing method at all. We should.re-
and not knowing wagon community no ;
took under house in some "Any in this -
$49 for the Flor-i refuge a war experts
a enlisted
year men how he there AN IDEAL SPRING LAXATIVEA member that the pork, money, or got "No. answered
ida guardsmen would receive $96,000 quiet street, and the inmates, thinking ? asked the new arrival. -
-that indeed is an adventure which good and time tried remedy is Dr. "We're all toller- times to be giiided.\ by ctrcumstaixes.
annually from the federal governmentand he was a burglar, had him arrest- the native. tfl
rivals those in the Arabian nights. Yet King's New Life Pills. The first dose
the pay for the officers would I ed. On being arraigned in the police bul friendly hereabouts"Poke -,
all of this happened to Monroe McCur- will move the sluggish bowels, stimu- !
court he ignorant of what had
bring the total was as A' One.
to $100,000. Big
up over dy, who came to this city ,from Bald- late the liver and clear the system of $
his audience. His
happened with
as case "Italy, though: always clashing
win county with a wagon load of waste and blood impurities. You owe Luck.
was continued, awaiting the appear- Austria, is still preserving her neu
TAIPA.-That considerably more freshly quartered pork. He went intoa ance of relatives here. it to yourself to clear the system of "At the war benefit In London "Yes]and doing her preserving

than $100,000 per year is paid out by service club and was fully consciousof body poisons, accumulated during the three queens were present" "Well, trality.like jioafekeeper." "How'f

the taxpayers: : of Hillsborough countyto his actions up to the time he drank You get awl the important national, winter. Dr. King's New Life Pills they were good cards to have on that?" "In a a Jar."

officers operating under the fee sys- some beer and whiskey, after which state, county news in the Telegraph. will do it. 25c. at your Druggist. ((1)) band.-- '.. .. ......- %! 4 .. t
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P.\GE FOl"R \DFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 5TARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 10, Ifil ;r

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i I I aggressive: newspapers as this: state cf Florida. I . . . . ., .... ..**. .. ... .............. ... .. .. ... -r': + ..
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ttoimtij 1'l1'grap4 .. '*VfF
am not saying; this: with any thought cf f'sompelver e *

'".- r I I: is merely the expression of conviction::[ -AMERICANS ON BELLIGERENT SHIPS *: i Political Announcements i
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ir. Local and Long Distance Phone Number 440.r' J JM I'which has long been held! in my ofice and often Ij

f I>Id1sC'ysed there . . . . . .< :

/ l """ """"1" : I Excited cebae i:. Washington corcerrir.? the d. .. .- .. .. .A.. .. .. .. .- .. .- ............ ..).+...- .- .- .. .. .. -ot..... .. .. ........ .... '_AN.
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Published and entered second class "These bespeak the high T f TfiU i "il10
; weekly, as i papers exceptionally I .-
; .i-! 1d the "d.ihonor"; : of ..a":*.? Americans; than '"" in \\enrth; ,': *, .
one LafU -
1 :? the office Starke Florida. 'i of intelligence: cf the of thus fa-is no: rr.'re .:?:a:i V .r ,n .. {
matter at post at average people state
, :: to keep cf of ships: belonging: to the belligerents; ,. .0-:.: r... be Dubbtd! ;:::A* the i"admi f .1'.1 i-i.tct. u, tne ,' "r. FLt
n : R hch makes slch.publications!: : possible.! They bejpai 'F fzB: dire ,>f receipt MU te.r.rary/: ft 5 twin a: th pr.nary, v, te o-.d t J_ -SE:
j i" the! European war, shakes; tne following! article ot[ : for $3 A rropor.ic: : ,:, : :: 1 wi.. CAtf: .J 6. .
E. S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner."g I the enterprise of the business; : men, whose -racial' ; interest. I: 1 is; W. J. Bryan's "American on:, elanre ..-... he Eli for add.uona.: space. fu- ,! -.J'f-c. W.E. ALtE&\ J Hated a:1- ,
inch kl.l u
H. E L.GERGRESssoc Ate Editor ; advertisements must pay from the direct cr the in- tiot:&. Tars of an : .
Ships": in the February Commoner. Mr. uea Aceocaceaent fees ate payae:: is aJ -
a Belligerent
: f.'i cmofslosER.DIST. X i
= |Id.::ec. p-cint cf view, 0% else they also .. frill -TO
give n :atee: and ha! : n:> wiU not be nr.e-i. I r"n a:1 mTx.f a I- IN'LO'
1 Plant a '.,"pE wrier. 1 cation cf what the future: of Flor.-da i is to be wit S B ryanrites: : -- (oaO".1 C'2iui5Cr for t. a'd ; "
I '' :Those who oppose legislation keeping Americans ; FORTLERif CIRCUIT COURT. J JI r t..!!:9 stiie t your i.ppert D? OF
I such papers and such people! leading it onward and.upward. r!'!r: :!:ly announce: c:7 candidacy foe :r Drina: pnsa.T Jane 5th. I pronsj! ;if J '
of belligerent ships try to draw a distinction; the Chen Court 01 f :: *?." the le tie 0. 'qfAISH
! The war off.ce is hunting the country over for otters : .-Tampa Trit ::e. i. !: of.cec of Cerk: ef t 3 prop u ia.dtweta. t '
between the warning cf Americans: i in Mexico .i!:>rdi County ani soh5lt/our.5-pllrt! a'>;: J. H.MOOJJ.[ 4 '-
, l lead the soldiers in the of conflict.; ; anth daof r' _
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ii to even a I e pr-iEary: election :- en e ; :" V.Lin.
I the prohibiting! of Americans traveling: on belligerent J'-e 1915. I all couraed to enter this i I nc eb alOllc irrwU u tit '
4. Every Florida town has one or more "colonels : V fat ote received by me I r-ei!*< O to tee offiee cf Coaatyr ; -t
I tie
! it rttir
SAVE THE ASHES. : there difference, to be sure, but race :
,. ships is a .
'. to there reels be no scarcity "'t'I'-ra.'r.'r'...cer-, the test election; at hica: time I wi :d e f. I.trc No. 3 Ea-farl and -- 'ClC
I i ,o-ly emphasizes the arguments in favor of legs: .' 'ffn the second pn-nary in order to priest n. i.bj>rt act.on of tne desotrttie !
: at least.The I j in tie as well as the proffered i) I !I' <: I will l t all ante work 't.
I Tr.e cry for potash is becoming} louder as the wars! latlG 1 l :: which will deny to Americans the privilege-: serpent ha-Tr-ony of friends party who were otberwue oolirlMrd'dur.cz .' tmt ee tl p *.i ie of Bradford f. .:..1..ptd)

hear of themselves and imperiling theuI : that eaaspaijra. Thee* et\ S. T. DOWLfl& .
rogresses. Occabr.aly we potash depos-i of endangering ekc'neomtde ; .
I editor: is rather run down. The other ciaa ;. !jt b.a.r.ESs. wita the office will if I am j jI tn t

t -. correspondent wrote to him for advice on journal its being fo'jrd in the country, or of new processes; i country.A I"be given courteous attention and *-J,]-1(2 COMMISSIONER D15TBI1y .. ia'anf
for extracting i it from minerals but the : is completely belligerento tiLl The records; under cy personal care ; aBBounM : "? }
j
ship as
quantities; belligerent
ism. He was told, among other things, that he J land I supervision: jkall ever be open to 1r5T
1 f must write only on one side of the paper. And ; obtained from these sources are still too small t ,, territory as any land belonging to a country at: ,t:.>n ty the Dub::e. Rp2fUcr'BTCHAp.D: j! the.ewi* for' of d the tnct oce No. 4
now he has written to ask which side.-Linotype I go far from their: origin and the problem! is so serloua war. It is more than tat-t! : is a traveling arsenal'I,i I Mted. JtE t serve the. bt"'er i>:r.t rf 1 J. '.

I Bulletin. > that any substance containing potash" must: r. strand; | ; as dangerous as an arsenal on- land. If any : I hereby announce syself: a candidate for I the county le : II
i re-election! to the office! of Clerk of the : itje-sp: r.ens .1 have had I feel I thl
I e wasted. |j American, temporarily residing in belligerent: coun-1' I \Court, subject to the action of the Democratic: '. b tter service in the. f-.tar* and rKWj.'*I the

Potash is soluble i in : insisted staying near an arsenal know i party at the primary election: to be held June: 11\ certainly. : always i-.nve t i ,orri .
easily water and for that try, upon d
When the .
Germans invent device :
a or process tL e I 6c"w 131S. PlediiE: to the people: of Bradford I I r a: concerned. On t _i duo

f ul in the war, the atrocity of the thing: is never co...- j'! 'leason is rot a lasting fertilizer. Yet our farmers, i ing that it was a.i object of attack, little would be! ,eocnty cooruou*. prompt and careful attention. licit ti:votes oi the demo :of the r.; ..tna
to the! business of the of.te, I ceyer!":: y s o- 3. L. l
I when it used '! said in regard to his wisdom or his rights beca-.ise f _
sidered.: The-latest or. the list of diabolical man'I I was plentiful, !!.o-e- than what was Ice- their s-.port. Eu To

Hllers is a mine that is rigged up to somewhat re- recessarj; % and for that reason there has, so far, I an American has r.o moral right to disregard: the W. T. WEES5._ I FOr COMMISSIONER DISTRICT KaP-i fo
I
*mble a submarine.!: A blundering British skipper j; been some potash left in the ground from former:J ordinary: precaution; and thus bring upon his co:,'r.' ,' FOR REPRESEXTATIVE-CROUP: ONE. t!; Gout?:by Commissioner announce cysclf of.District a ""-Hiti Ka{>'' yin an

. runs aeainst it with the intention: of ramming: the''ippications.! : and the small doses that have of la:e': ':'try the dangers of war. j To the DemoeratiC Electors of Bradford Con- irovXr and Hampton). I repectfnBr. iti'$ si
Honda. the t-J\ of
ty :pert tte voters at tie
"submarine.!: The blow explodes: the mine and upgoes ; !*en applied have s:::'ced. Eat the outlook is that "The doctrine of contributory negligence applies I rertby anno sce myself a candidate: iniP.OtP I t i prix 1" to be ted: on Jute and i .. th

th 1'to nations! well individuals and we wille' ONE, for re-rcnicaion for the office, if el-x"d t my duty s 6h the Britisher. lYfpotash supply from outside may cease a :& as as to of Representative cf Eradfo-d anT. Ffc n.da. d A.&B. St: ,

eher end we must 1 look the situation boldly! : m .r. have dlficulty: in justifying ourselves if we give: no, sab.ect to the action of the democratic prcar I -- c l y.
i I to be: held: in Jure. 19B. I *...
Ii ? jsrby announce
i A is in of Chant | ;i warning to Americans who art heedess! enough to so.ieit of a.l: dtr tr a : 1 1I .
I newspaper no sense al object v.f"i I i I 1 resj-ectfa.Iy:! tee su-port !sOCE'T,, Gmt !iour DJ,C.; th
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i jeopardize their lives on belligerent! ships. G<::ac tlrttors.; ad iroa::!** if nominated; and I ,1:tar:;')" r and New _" of
It Br
t'Aice'er The !
earns ) dollar it receives ar.d is second; Telegraph has "r'.1: sdtised farmers to' RVEI. i
-' : I e: support of gr
: f II :o r.o enterprise in contributing to the! Urlbdir.zJ :! j! take care of their aches ani use them for the G*- "1: i is; no answer to the argument in favor of legislation :e o';ce.: JOE HILL WILLL\MS. i( vcttrf .' the pmar to be held: th Jane '. .Pl

'J of i tsh. : : : ; keeping Americans of: of belligerent: shirsto j I janiaXifa.ly! precise if elected to docytej t ; b
a community. Its far ler.ent they .: But
patrons: reap more I; C".t: I
N;: from its r'.<1Ze.4.: ".. its: publishers: and: in askiszj: > ir? ever the town dweller: ?, sawnili men and ia c-! say that! "it is co-trary to the law cf nations( for> Group Ore for representative! in te Suite l; m eon? i'.zg to *or" the C t!:c:eonncti aw ..

r I I for the support of the community in which: it is'published i tory men: to save t'c:..'.... a_-hs for the bereft It'L" :. Chips'to l If sunk without the rescue of passenger; in Ixvis'ature.the: (: n"CratiC sabjec rr.niary to the action eleition of to the be voters h.:Id ',j I.f the ri'i. -J. E.ADKDaT'*

the ofend.r.g: government disclaims: re- on J;;r.e 6-.h. I promise if elected: to give care-j j I w : announce the 0'r
) it asks for r.o more than in a!! fairness': farmers.. We ask every householder to the Suppose i ,.to u ti:.reu r -, L
i put [ fa! ur..on to the d'::its of the office and toi i rr.:=firt.'s v.rc No 5 that o r
belongs; to It, though generally it receives: muchless. : Lars from the stove and Sreplaee: : into boxej andjrarrels iponsibi'.ity: and punishes the :sr-ity; captain for dis- ce ny uncost endeavors to act for: theOf best
orders! does this bring back the lives interes-j of al:! concerned. I .tritszbject; to fe a jf tie .
: .-Mar.atte Record. i! and keep them out of the rain. for the oteyir.c -- D. F. MCDONALD. election of tin'ti eta f ;f'r.

. j' f er.ef.t of those ...h') till the soil. The trouble! willa l the lost? - P'r t fa.1hf.JIy: d:charje t.I: I r r.t'

A Philadelphia! woman has started out as t-e vry small! butvil have great results, for the' "Suppose that the captain of the ship that was FOR I j-ertb REPRESENTATIVE announce myself-GROUP a candidate TWO.in :'crest ht. otT.; *'*,*f with a: concerrei the view c servrcz t d b.t ,' a

sympathy d&ctor" and with great success.; Po-j: r'ES:10n of food is a5 vital! to the town : sunk: in a moment of excitement tried' to escape or GP.OUP TWO for ncr.ination for the afire of JAMES- F.OL f.

. pie full of trouble and weary of life come to her'' who consumes it as to the farmer: who ." dwellt' 0 .: ,J endeavor to resist capture? According: to intema- ford representative co-rty. subject in the to Lesarare the action! of from the Brad Dtmi FOR SHERIFF. .. ct

/ with tear-stained eyes and: sad faces, but after unburdening Potash is a necessary ingredient 1:1.' complete fer- ;; tional !law every life on the ship would! be forfeit e i wratic pr.rrar election to be helJ: on Jane I herby annoince myself a candidate If ,, I
< ,.! 6th. Ul?. I resp-ctfully: solicit the support of re-e.e<:j-a to the oS.ce of Sheriff a f Brada :-I
themselves to the "doctor." and listening tilizer and r.othinz else cai: take its place.! Without: :j No diplomacy car. restore these lives. ,i! ail cotes at said mocMie primary and: eotcty ; I have during my eaeriniiency

to her consoling words or advice as the case it we would have to go !bat: to what the natural: "Suppose there is a disagreement: as to the factsvjthe promise a faithful d scharze ef rcy'duty .if I deESO.-..*and to faitfefi.ly discharge syr aatyasFen 'i_. '--i
I am honored: with nomination and ee r may be, they go away whistling and see the world "c.ilU produce, which would: make food costl. l I : oficers insisting;; that!: there was resistance: i. A.5. CREWS. approves of the pebl.e to the extent that I t
_
_
( a ft
E I hope fci a good
I in a new aspect. They cheerfully pay the fees.; i r.d rome things! impossible to ;grow at all. and that the attacked country denying? Who is FOR COUNTY SCPERIXTEXDEXT. mary if re-e'ecud! sucpcrt I promise at the coming p
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Here's a hint for the average country editor. P oWe' hope all our town dwellers and all who I to decide such questions ? Who is to determine the I I r ;*ctfaly! annocnce myself a candidate faiti-ctto and wii] endeavor to.11'LS y ..",
con- : for the o5.ce i of Superintendent: of Schools of waerrfU I rsspeetfully! solicit
pie come to him with all sorts of troubles, from a',i ?ume much wood will heed this appeal for the good j I truth ? We must take one side or the other! Why I Bradfo'd coanr,. and solicit: your support in ; S. B. DENXAXI.T your saDptetill ,

t sore kg to a broken heart, ar.d never leave him J E lof all.! There will be j should American citizens be permitted to put their; the pnmary election: to be held on the 6th of .I J
probably no money in it i in L a j June 1S1;. pled/in .ysel. if elected to >H to announce the eitizeas "
<1 I without feeling better. Along in the summer when!' direct way, but it will help our greatest industry country in such a position ? 1 faithfilly: :! discharge my djtles.: for cciAny that I am t a candidate for o
;;(1 merchants I 0. L. }!IZELL.I t Ji. the action of .1
stop advertising and the hot weather th dmt
f, farrming, and it entails no loss to anyone. 'j 1 j "President Taft warned Americans to come out''] eI..tn-o! be held on
I 6th !
makes life a burden to mortals, "sj'mpathd'JCtor of Mexico and President Wilson repeated the warn- i I hereby: announce myself a candidate for ;cCit! support of all at the mi
1 I I the oif.ce of County Superintendent of Public pri'nary end promise a tit
ing" may prove a profitable sideline. Why not ing. There is infinitely more reason for keeping{ ,; Instruction, subject to the action of the dem- ( duties ?!. the office i faitii a d-. I ;, .

: charge a fee for the sympathy? I WILSON HAS SPOKEN.As Americans off belligerent ships than there was for i 1: ocratic primary: election to be held on Jane W. J. EPFEESOX.
i j i I 6th. 1915.! I respectfully solicit the sup p rt''J : .
I calling Americans out of Mexico. i[,of the tours at said pnmary. FOR SENATOR. '1
i I our readers know Germany began F. I hEIJ announce myself a .
J : on March A. SCOTT.
The "Midwinter Edition" of the Miami i State cdt. 1.
Metropolis 1st, to let her submarines "There is but one argument which may be made j 5-l7i" ator from the S i
sink
j I has reached us. It contains o*> pages of well | merchant vessels of against keeping Americans off belligerent I I I hereby announce myself a candidate for Dutrict J Bradford county, fubject t t w 1
t jHtr.e allies! without regard to international law. ; ships, the oSTice of County Superintendent of P of the icmocratie, voters as expressed .
I"I"I: lustrated matter descriptive of its section. Mia m''s j j i concerns: only such vessels old namely: that being no longer able to safeguard : lie Inst:utioa. subect to the action of the ub'Ipri'naryeectioa; to 1 b held on Jose a. Iresiect.'jlly .
I "sphere of influence" as, according to an democratic primary on June 6th. 1915. PI edg : solicit of the wtleetd aa .}
may not contain the same I their contraband with the lives of Americans said. IUppr .
j and recognized custom small t he'tng to the people prompt, courteous and at primary and proml my i
carry for dei i I fat
I area as those of other large cities but it is cannons ful dispatch of their care-l ten :!.> the duties of if 'r
I truly hei i i iense. The United States has filed I I captains of belligerent ships will have to protect'' business if ele< : th. ofi. .t
decided
i "Magic City" not only of Florida but of the coun- a pro- !j! their in other But who : respectfully solicit the support of the voters e R
., j i test against Germany's decision and cargo some way. will have at said primary. ]E. R. POPPELL. I '
try. It has streets; of and President Wilson :. To the ilroocratie Voters of Bradford
y gold gates of pearls. It the this' i --
j i temerity to advance ? Miami1llf
argument C 1..p
has in i I hrt 1it
I I has had the I( plain language said that he, on beh I' I hereby announce myself for re-election to +roy announce my candid
I most rapid growth of any city in the i of the American nation intends Metropolis. Ithe i office of County Superintendent of Schools SeEatoS.-from! Bradford e I ,
I country and our state may well be proud over to, with all his i ) Jef Bradford county and respectfully solicit -nmmiw*.:ii a faithful performance of my toy.Respectfully. -. -
I i de moadefend the right American citizens have i| your Totes in the June primary. If elected. I ,
f I i tantages that has made such a growth posi ad-I! according international i law. . . . . + I I I'will endeavor to bold and increase the treat DR W. E MlDLs
t He has refused -
,! while Miami to I! growth of
i may congratulate_ herself'on_ hayiI : : : our schools in results and benefits -
n n n.", ...... : : to the children! FOR V.iAtBER SCHOOL BOARD DIST. 0. "
u- .. ....... ..." i of the county.
t I business men so pyiIic-sipirited and intelligent as'I \ \.H.LtH:! agalnsl t .\ GASOLINE EMBARGO, THE ONLY HOPE. .f r. G. SCHELL. I To tse:Voters-I hereby &noun my eanfr ..i
traveling( on armed vessels belonging lacy! for member of the
I to the allies la
1 .
"I to make use of every opportunity for advancement. 4I. Br o Pl r z
I Itrucionl frcrn District \ .
because FOR tkencnii.at.4n
such TAX
I : an action his side COLLECTOR. o
i The splendid newspapers of the city have done on would be equh.a.IHlt -I. + . . 4 I I hereby announce myself a candidate for of the primary. If lueearfoi' I '

} 'i ; their full share, and such enterprises as the annual to Americans relinquishing their right which: "Forty cent gasoline is in sight and fif'tcen1 t Bradford re-election for the office of Tat Collector for the orotnuf cio r>'o> of c education my very beat in effort Bradford to a
c ''" according to international I i| county, subject to the ution of the -
is
; : Vujr
"Midwinter !given to citizens o f gasoline lies far saptert respectfully
+ ; Edition" of the Daily Metropolis have not be'ondith the prospect that I Democrat: primary of June 6. 1916. and pro i sliit

{ Leen of inestimable benefit for the city and its sec from a neutral country. On account of this action advices j I by midsummer a literal famine will shut off the I the mix people if >lected my servcie.to give the Respectfully.office my time and j -\. E ROBE

j j 1 tion. Washington say that a condition has been: supply: of the favored few who can pay the latter B. 3!. DOW LING. coutty I wicx slat to I say to the voters of Br
brought about which a candidate for '
looks threatening. In otherwords price. Moreover, there is i no excuse for gasolineselling I take: this a a member of a the Board of Public =

.' :i i I the danger of serious trouble between the for more than fourteen cents." citizens: of Bradford met hoi county of announcing that I am to a can the faithful for DustJiet' No. !. and i elected Int D

ONE FUNCTION OF THE PAPER. United States and Germany has risen didate for the office of County Tax Collector. Jerviee to one all. and I rapettfully -
II : up again. I This is a statement of Thomas L. Hisgen to a subject: to the will of the voters at the dem mary soi Of!;June.jt your support at the taming p
i I Germany demands that certain decrees of inter attic primary to be held on June 6th. In 1914. Thanking you for
p
of t
the
representative New York faors
World
in .
k j J.
As Spring making this DOUGLASS.
a nation we are not strait-laced i announcement I refer __
so as in former rational law be set aside to my tee I
gyp I which on account of r f.eld Mass. ord as treasurer
: Mr. of the
Hisgen and
was or.ce independent county promisef
MEMBER!
I can FOR
days. Many of the I SCEOOL
latter-day novels BOARD DIST.
I do not I changed and new conditions no longer are of use didate for same careful attention to the office of col soaI
draw the curtains close president and is a former president of lector if I an honored with election. ben-ay anneunce myself a candidate IiV
'S I on scenes and discussionsthat but instead in fv
the
,,"it I are way of a full carrying out of the Independent Petroleum Marketers' Association I G. W. HAZEX. rele were I District
formerly tabooed as the the modern Ko. 3.
improper
; stage war technique. A subject to the
:! I I is devoid of prudishness the hundred years ago I and at present president of the Four Brothers Independent I FOR COUNTY JUDCE. d mr: primary election atD beU t
moving when it t b .
; pictures was not I
are uncommon to i hereby June 6thjI '
announce !
encounter pirates myself respectfully solicit
Oil as a candidate
often too suggestive, and the same with picture merchant vessels were allowed to Company, which has probably given J I for re-election: : to the office of County Judge the sour at said jrimary election.sppr o
postcards. carry guns of the Standard Oil Company more trouble than i| of Bradford county subject to the aet-on of
Yet
such things are tolerated and small calibre any: the CHLYFI
smiledat. which Democratic
i
I were placed in the stern, and other competitor. i primary June 6th. 1916. and '
Ii thus useful only for defense. I' P rom lee if elected to gee the same daily at'tontion her &y announce myself a calldt fo
i 1'1
"The situation at to the duties of the office in the fu- .cffKe-of Member of the Board la-
But woe to the weekly newspaper that should j Acainst this nothing could be said, but since the, Never since the present is criticalhe say;. 'I I I ture as in the past sttention'tor,ion of tje D strict A'o. S, subject to the &
discovery of petroleum has CEO. A. GARDINER.t coming If elected I
\enture to mention or discus certain advent of there prmar. pr
subjects i intoo the submarine m
I a new condition has bee : cQr.tientiol service in the
: plain n beer more gasoline! in America, while not in I i I hereby; U. y the intt .
language! The impropriety would at once i err-atad. A submarine is in rect. announce myself a candidate for fOir district, and
international the .
law
for- }ears has it sold at I office of County Judge and Kit uuysuppoR Itepeetfully.
be I so high a price. In the respectfully
last so-
remarked fly
and
,
1/ cen ured. If the public had liddon! to sink e lien the :
grown a merchant vessel before due support of the voters at the democratic fRlY B. HOLSTER.
warn3 j ears, according to official:! figures the !'primary: election --r -
lenient
the i productionilh to be held -
toward disc ----
prancies mentioned above, irk ha;? been given and on June 6th. I
steps taken to sate the of : oils, chiefly gasoline has Uliee I did my duty when I held the office ; FOR TAX ASSESroR.
it is increased
because they came and rccumulated by slowtal'e5 j lives of passengers: ; and crews. It was through the i I cent. 170; peri i! !He. If I am elected again I shall give an To the c't.tD of Uradford County:-
honorable
and the public little by little became j breach of this decree I duties and consientioU discharge of the I I UPI' my sincere gratitude and appr
accustomed at the sinking of the Lusitania i- I of the T. J. fiati,1 f.the very kind consideration Tea
to them. But, to their honor be it said the : and other ship;, whereby a large "While the price of gasoline has increased :205:! ---- --- -- -DEKLE-' me in t1.! : pat. and solicit your cordial(sup
number of FOR I
weekly newspapers never made a beginning: in this i American citizens lost their live, that the first.' i I j per cent in five years, the processes by which it is I hereby COMMISSIONER DrS!. NO I. I election port in !'he>r the forthcoming office of democratic prma7'
announce that I County
I line and any misstep i is, therefore, the more no !, threatening clntrobetwe{n America and Ger-; produced have been perfected until the proportion i ij ; toucty Com-nUs'oner for District am a candidate No. 1. Prouatrce for- ila Taxts.! mould I alain be elected Assr you will
ticeable.It f oil teat'
j irany arose.* Germany acceded to the American surpasses anyi ;,: rets: slicit the support o;princt. best tcnre c which I am capable

is well that this condition prevail It is well i''Lests and promised to follow the dictates of ret in-j' [j is thing in the history of the trade. Even natural gas i,i| du dutiu! c:.of pled the ine office to if faithfully elected.! di.cha.ve voters ,cf the the Ver. D.truly.WAI
i i being liquefied and is
J '
that the used 'WP.IG1.
ternational
puolic requires that the local paper, like: law. extensively for gas 0- j I J. J. BLAf liwELDEh -
Caesar's l line in the Wet and Middle West. I i __ I h a roll announce myself candidate for
wife a
must be above suspicion. The local I Then arose the new ) I I ->!Ti of yet t
question about the guns of I, hereby announce myse1! a candidate for lc Assessor of Bradford COW, IUb
paper is the guardian: of decency. Anything pan j I the merchant vessel!*. If a submarine should act j "Every oil field in the United States is producin for District to the No.office of County Commission reelection I ject June to n. 1s15]+te .Democratic and Primary to b hl!

dering to coarse taste is carefully! excluded from ,I cceordirg to the decrees of :international law I;| more gasoline from each barrel of crude oil thai !D.lnJ: Tiff1.nc"mh"y 1 .Providence' have and Palestine! I.' I I tf tit :moratif earnestly voters solicit at said the .appr. .

its columns and many an interesting item is left In.'JJ'.t expose itself to almost itj. any previous stage because of modern efficiency, faitifuly for the interest end"avort to I i I p't!' <3infciywlf. if elected to give in mU:
I sure destruction, i ry and trct P' !iJ faithful service Rpeetfuly.!
F out because it would not be fit reading for the t..jth the merchant o I Figures based upon crude oil production 'I to prrie. of rlectP. to continue t e 1"
innocent guns a vessel i is allowed to prove that \ bt my abity. and J. C BYR D.
| therefor
and carry 'I the man who talks of sPctfuly !lCIt r -- --
pureheartPd.'er few esteem the l local the submarines may easily be sunk. If merchants I shortage is either a chronic > A support H. at coming FOR SUPERVISOR> OF REGISTRAHOX.

paper according worth, yet the fact that it i vessels are allowed to the pessimist or an enemy of truth." 'I -- --- -- -- .R'lLL1AUS.FOit '' I am a |.tndidate for re-election to the office
carry guns effectiveness --- cf
expected to be the "pink of at'' of the But )Ir. COMMISSIONER DISTRICT ?:C. :. *ui rvjor of legUtration and will thank
propriety" shows th submarines are considerably reduced. Hisgen recognizes the fact that immense I hereby the totem at the coming primary for their j ,
announce
it occupies a warm place in the shipments of C myself a candidate for> 'suPPr I have careful attention to the
hearts ounty
of gasoline I Jive |
its readers are .
Germany asserts that all laws should be suited I Ito being made to the belligerents i- EuUer.: .COlmiioner for district No. 2 ( Lake1 Ij I dutiE< f ohis office in the past and mill eon- '

the times, and that the statute in question is in the European war, and only through an the \ottr of respectfully the district solicit at the the support of time. tva so if I am elected for another > ;,
ob coming i ittrm. t
.
pr C.
EDMONDS ON solete. The embargo on these shipments does he mary. I elected I promise to : A. KNIGHT.
FLORIDA PRESS. United States, to the conrary, holds to I, think the soar I duties the office dseharge the -- --- i
the equally valid maxim that the ing prices for the commodity in the United States the interest of all impartialy., and to have I Foy CONSTAI.LE DIST NO. 1.
principle which pple at tike this method of announcing to the
her
!;I Uichard II. Edmonds editor i ito decide will be stopped. AS citizen. o* U. ;,
of the ManufacturersRecord during a trial must not be altered after tey tht I am a candidate for

i was one cf the distinguished visitors to the the trial has begun. Both assertions can be defended "Do not compare an embargo on gasoline with County I hereby Commissioner announce myself a candidate for : Constable to the art-on
state, invited to the Rotary Press Breakfast, but he with equally good reason. an embargo on wheat," he says. "Every bushel of I aDeetfully 2 tLake Butler, and in Worthington and for District'. and No.re-I i, support held en a',A'ane prom-se. faithful I respectfully attention uk to roar the 7'I

was prevented from attending by other engage If now a German submarine should sink wheat shipped out of this country and sold abroad I dtmoratic' the support of the voters [tj I Ole if Jam elected. J. H. LOWERY. .'
Eng primary .
an
t, ments. Mr. Edmonds had anticipated being present lish merchantman which carries guns, and i I makes the United States wealthier, because the JunJ fuYlnH promise if election elected to to be give held on''I' t -
care
thereby iOKt
however, and had prepared an address to be, American citizens aboard the latter should lose> I farmer can raise other wheat to replace it. This is the .cOlcitntiou. i attention C. A. to the duties of I re-peo COSST.\L! announc DIST.to the XO.citizens(. of i

i ij \ delivered at the breakfast. We note that the Miami i j. their lives what will be the outcome ? Our presi- true of most other products which are produced I ROBERTS. i for Stan tht* li..ct nee of .Constable E. that I am a tndidt .,
hereby in and ,
Herald quotes a portion of the address dent must then from animal life or from the date announce myself a can, i district -
which if he keeps his word, be soil-wool, cotton, the office of County a i- II am elected< I will give careful

j i may I* regarded ts an exceptionally high j gilled to break off his diplomatic connections com-with cats, etc. These can be replaced, but if we allow j I II Commwioner Districto.. Commisioner. comprising at.ntlc.n ;r the duties JACOB of the office.J. JOHNS.Atfrtfatet -".,

; ment to the press of Florid It is as compli-I the central allies and a condition will arise which the petroleum wells to be drained for the benefit of i i i .

h "I have often marveled j will be, virtually I j I <-.ther nations, not only will Some -
at the strength and activity | equal to war. The president con- we pay more for gaso1 j Notable Streets. Larger tis0 of

and virility and enterprise of the newspapers; j' eiders that the honor of the country forbids a re- ,i line, but posterity must also pay for the wastage." Main The highest street In the world Is Amerfca Is the proud grower Lemon of -,

of Florida in comparison with papers of other action from his decision. ,! And that congressional investigation? Mr. Hisgen I Fifth !treet in Denver; the richest Is finest l'nons in the world. One ha te> 1 i

,I towns and cities of equal We states that in his avenue in New York city the but to see '
t I population. I have been cannot sanction Germany's high-handed association with other indepena Widest is ; the great shipments of ,
t
:.mazedlmany-.. times, not only at the size of many I tion in setting aside a law which is still on the'c- i' dent? dealers throughout the United States he had- I i and the shortest Market Street Philadelphia, i, fruit arriving daCy from CaUforia

i frs, but at the I! statute looks heard rumors that is the Rue Die, in i appreciate this fact fully.
The
.a splendid character of1 i and while it was a bold step for one of the men on the committee j aris. The dirtiest amout ]
our I street is that of | cf Vies'
*e from editorial p-ider.t to 'j is profiting heavily from I shipments 'Jas made prices:
t to news, especially, : take, we commend him for his back- the increase in the price of I, Tchankst in Xankirg; the cleanest lower
Is t!
j {!to usua!,
so lemons
he limited lCl.e and gasoline so he are economtal'now
I i population of the towns and, j l patriotism. The American nation will be asked for the names of the commit- te Castile, in Seville Spain; theI' !
as well la
1 ;'h they are published and of the state 1 with him, come what may, but we hope that those I tee. But he didn't get them! Perhaps by spending most aristocratic one i Grostencr quality i Housewives should as excelent t

lo not believe that there is any other of our citizens who cross the a year or so in the "probe" Congress place, in London; the most aIj1
seas will use
i It of their can give stan- Is the beautul' tlor"; lemons than they
union of equal population: which twn volition avoid vessels oard Oil an opportunity to Avenue des Champs i vhe 3
can collect Elysees. they }tn
: likely to be attacked by another billion Paris. ,w all the facts, according t ..
} 'endid newspaper work and such live, submarine- dollars! Perhaps a "probe"; of the investigators Sol The narrowest street is VIa dom ;th! science experts. The : ,
lemon
is strictly in order.-Miami Metropolis. Havana Cuba, which has a width 'I in ot"er words, should be their .
of no more than II I IX rght
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L f, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. .'' PAGE FIVE

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+ + + + + ..pLEGAL+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + REGISTRATION BOOKS IMPORTANT TO COW OWNERS. I Bessent.

+ NOTICES + + Instrumental solo-Miss Peek. Is.CMNER

1 + + + + + + + + + + ,I.ORDINANCE + + + + + CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING J WERE OPENED MONDAY Dr. I.. J. Adams has of late been I' Voice, "Dreaming of You"-Miss

called to attend to sick milch cows in : Emma Darby.Instrumental. -
NO + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Starke and vicinity. They were seized f
AN ORDINANCE REgUIRING ALL PARTIES solo "Love's Dream"
... IN CHARGE O! TRAINS OR LOCOMOTIVES Supervisor Knight Gives Some with a mysterious complaint and half : F-iulk. PEOPLED CANDIDATE
TAdSlNG OVEK OR ACROSS For Sale or ExchangeFOR a dozen of them died. Dr. Adams could (Miss i
Data For Information of
C\l.l. STREET IN THE TOWN OF STVRKE. not account for the disease and wroteto I Charlie Marks, the little son of Mr.

11e FLORID SEABOARD. ON AIR THE L'NE RAILROAD RAILWAY OF COM THE Geo.SALE-Piano E. Andreu in good order, $1:5 The Voters.The the state board of health, describing and Mrs. C. A. Marks, in a thoroughly f9R
Starke.
,1 3-10-St.
PANY. TO SEND A fOOTMAN OR RUNNER the symptoms.The business-like manner, presented the
IN FRONT OK SUCH TRAINS OR LOCO- state board of health
{ MOTIVES WHEN CROSSING SAID STREETTO FOR SALE-A neat cottage, extra replied bride-to-be with the miscellaneous STATE ;TREASURER
that the trouble
GIVE PROPER SIGNALS AND WARN house and barn on place. Plenty of primary election registrationbooks emanated" from a new I shower of presents. There was a loud f

t LOCOMOTIVE ING OF THE APPROACHING PROVIDING HOW TRAIN NOTICEOF : OR room for a garden. Nice location. A were opened last Monday. The site parasite is very called small the and"gid.is found This on para-the peal of the door bell and when admission Subject to the J".L' &jon of the primary

ORDINANCE SH\LL BE GIVEN bargain. Hoover law was changed by the last legislature was given Charlie dressed
THIS Bros. Starke, Fla. grass during the cool season. It en- as an respectfully solicit the of the
I support
TO THE SAID SEABOARD AIR LINE RAIL- so that it is not necessary for ters the nostrils of cattle and makesits express messenger boy, came in call-

WAY ISHMENT COMPANY.FOR THE AND VIOLATION PRESCRIBING THEREOF.PUN. FOR SALE-Five acres of land, six persons who registered prior to the way into the brain, killing the ani- ing for Miss Myra Darby, stating that voters of the State: He is a native of

Whereas the railroad of the Seaboard Air room dwelling in good repair, barn last primary to re-register. Respect- mals in many instances. he had important express for her. Florida, the son oft Confederate ,'et'eran

R Call Line Street Railway of Company the Town passes of Starke.over and Bradford across and outhouses, grape vines and fruit ing the registration of new voters and The board of health recommendsthat When the express book had been prop- and an unswerving Democrat.

County, Florida in the business section of the trees, all in city limits of Starke for other requirements of the law C. A. valuable cattle be kept atvay from erly signed, Charlie brought in a wag
Never asked for oie until few
town : sale on terms or cash. D. E. Knight Knight county registration officer requests pastures until the weather turns warmer on ingeniously decorated in the shower a years
c r< And. Whereas, there u eonstant and considerable Starke, Fla. 1-21-tf. the Telegraph to publish the when the parasite will vanish. colors-white ago, when he vAs fleeted Treasurer of
travel of pedestrians, teams and automobiles and green-while on the ; I
over said Call street in said Townat following: THE YOUNG TRADING COMPANY. side of the wagon in large letters were Bradford Cou r.; In this office he
v the point where the said railroad passes over SEED PEANUTS FOR SALE-I am '
1.t'ct and across said street. offering for immediate acceptanceand Any voter in the county can registerat the words, "Peek-Darby Express." has saved hun'!re'is of dollars to the

And. Whereas there is constant and great cash the county seat from March 1st to This This wagon proved to be loaded with .
with the order N. C. Flat new wholesale and retail firm people of his J o U 'ty by refusing to
of injury from passing trains and locomotives
danger _
May 1st. 1916. gifts that varied and n -
Vine
Peanuts the were beautiful-
: on said railroad to those parsing at Eighty-five cents near depot, are adding to their certain classof
along said street: THEREFORE: ; per bushel of twenty-five pounds f. For convenience of those that can- stock daily. Wednesday three cars of many! dainty and useful garments, charge commi.-fioijp on a

SECTION ONE o. b. Lowell, Fla. H. T. Hall Low- not come to the county seat the law goods were unloaded, but many more rare pieces of handwork, cut glass disbursemel.ts., i- lie was one of the 1
ORDAINED by the Town Council of
IT
the BE Town of Starke. Bradford County. Florida. _ell h _, _Fla._._ ___1-14-tf.___ __ provides that registration books be are under way. Their large stock of silver and table linen. Mrs. H. C. first men in the SVite to agitate a reduction I
that from and after going into effect of this opened in each voting precinct from fertilizers has already compelled the Richard read the and
quaint in the dee{ of
ordinance, as hereinafter provided, all cnductors. FOR SALE-75 to 100 barrels of good final to lease the Carter warehouse many county treasurers -
the first in March
Monday and including beautiful
cnjfiniers. or others in charge of corn, 7c;) per barrel if taken at once. to v-yjii": by and their piles of hay, grain, verses. With a cake plate and is then'-fij! ;* entitled to part of
trains: and locomotive or either of them. the first Monday in Apr'n.An Miss Cassie White sent these lines
R. H. Green place. Apply to J. F. feed, flour, grits, meats, etc., look big : '
ra--sinK over or across Call Street in the eadTown : the credit for. tl.<|law passed by the
{ of Starke shall be required to send a Brooks, Lake Butler, Fla., R. F. D. ) person becoming of age before enough to support an arm}. Staple When into the pantry your Sinclair :,
footman or runn-T just in front of/mch trains No. 2. 2184t. June 6th, 191G, can register and vote ::r.d furry gruconc-s of all kinds, HI will! Peck last legislature. \.ltfch. will result in a
locomotivis, or_either;! of.them, white pains sand at the coming primary.After I "
over or across Call: street in saia own to I "rything fre.-h, and more arriving dii- Seme palate-tempting viand he'll be saving of thousands of dollars to the ,
id, cite notice, signal or warning to all part'es --- --- -- having been properly registered iy. The prices are the lowest posit sure to seek; [taxpayers of tie* J.ate. He will faithfully -
_ upon or approaching said railroad crossing of, For Rent the law requires that the voterif 1 !- a id the treatment the most court his heart will ,
, w the danger of the approaching train ad lo- 'ou.T and proiipt. Drop in and !see And rejoice if the plate discharp--,:. duties of the office .
w vac subject to poll tax-must have
co'nctive, or either of them.SECTION FOR RENT-Two large first floor tfirm's: i is filled with cake, I
offerings a"d learn their M:
if elected.
TWO poll tax receipts for the of 1914 .
for light housekeeping. Ad- years Delicious and rare, his sweethe-:1' --' j
rooms "ic(!<. It will ; ;; '
That all conductors. engineers or others In and 1915. pay you. Each one.a p.J; in with love, my I '
charge of trains and locomotives or either of dress Box 331, Starke, Fla. 2-4-tf. --- -- -- -- -- -- own make.
te,' them violating the provisions of section one Those who have been in the state Sec udverti-iement; of the Bradford dear, C
{ of this ordinance: shall be punished by fine not CountHank another For you and Tju!' nice lover .
on young ;
but
and in the page.
greater than one hut dred dollars or ly imprisonment DANGERS OF DRAFTDrafts one year county six The old proverb they say is really
The "Christmas is For love aii'good: wishes could
BankingCluh" only
by months will be a
not exceeding sixty days. or subject to 1915 poll tax quite true, '-
the discretionof feel best when we are hot ;.rcpcrii'on worth looking iito. : -
ti both fine and imprisonment in only. Listen dear and I'll come, >-vtu i 'e
my whisper to
the and perspiring, just when they are the :
Mayor.SECTION From the hcurt >yid hand of your .!
of I IIj< THREE most dangerous and the result is Neuralgia Citizens of other counties must have Laying of the new rails on the Sea- I yOU.Iar.hY mother. {.
Notice of the pa;,sae and apprmal of this Stiff Neck Sore Muscles or been in this county six months, priorto 1 o.rd track through the northern half one sure way to the heart of ,

ordinance Line Railway shall Company be given by to the a certified Seaboard copy Air sometimes, an attack, of Rheumatism.In June Cth, 1916, in order to vote, and ff the town has gone on during the man, I Delicious u-fr
thereof under the hand and seal of the Town such cases apply Sloan's Liniment.It can use 1914 and 1915 poll tax receipts week, the fitting of the many frogs 'Tis reached and secured by the gas- : and ice crAm were served by
Clerk beins delivered\ in oenton to the local from the county from which '!nd -\\iU-hcs: has been dow work, esprricllv tronomic plan.Accompanying I Misses Kathleen: Alvarez, Florence Canova -
freight agent of the said ralway company stimulats circulation to the sore and as th! train have interferedwith '
? Carrie : '
I.uhIrs. E.
Markley ?
residing in the Town of Starke. Honda by painful part. The blood flows freely they came, or if not paid in the other it times The sidetrack i a silver cold meat I ,
daily.
of said town within two days many Johns and littMasses; Virginia Weeks
the marshal its and approval and that the and in a short time the stiffness and county, they can pay this county both from Call street across Jackson I fork from Miss Olive Ray, was the I
after passage
giving of said notice to said ra'lway company pain leaves. Those sufferings from the 1914 and 1915 poll tax and vote.:' street is being extended several hun- | following verse: and Harriet I'itc'li.
be deemed and held as notice to all i its Under the law The invited .ists, were Mesdames
shall revenue all dred feet north.PRENUPTIAL. :
Neuralgia Neuralgic Headache will persons This fork is wonderful thing-
others in charge of or i I a *'
,; and .
- conductors engineers A. M. Darby,!), Jones C. L. Peek,
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who have lost limb ------ ,
from
:: trains and locomotives or either of thim find one or two applications of Sloan'sLiniment a are exempt For comfort and money 'twill bring. *
,r passing through the spit town of Starke.SECTION the payment of poll taxes, but under FUNCTION J. L. Peek J. fcitch.I P. H. Long, C. I
will give grateful relief. The I AnI1)1'3, you're surely in clover,
d TOUR F. Sayles, of ftUjSni: R. A. Weeks, C.
the election law all male
.j effect and be enforced to persons over -------- -- You're of !
- I This ordnance shall take agonizing pain gives way a tingling : surely a lady rank
. .I from and after ten days after its pas- sensation of comfort and warmth and the age of 21 years and under 55years ( Continued From Page 1.) For just to the bank I A. :Marks, E. g;J.tano\'a, E. M. John,
money go ,
j and approval. H. C. Richard B;.;,. Willis, W. II. Graham -
are must poll taxes to entitle
I E. S. MATTHEWS.Tresiilcnt quiet rest and sleep is possible. Good pay I The smiling Sinclair
. 'I of the Council. for Neuritis too. Price 25c. at your them to vote, except such as have losta our live Who always is there, and Emly :jThillips. Misses Susie '.
'I Attest C. 0\. FtlTCH. limb in I Darby Enn: !!A Darby, Lois Peek,
: battle.
So if man's stomach.Is
through .
! s J Town Clerk.Adotitf Druggist. ((1)) a I Will take and "fork it over"With Louise. Bessent, ( Teague, Blanche
I of the Town the to his heart jene
, J by a unanimous vote I way :Miss
May Fripp's handmade
dainty
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Council the 7th day of FOR REPRESENTATIVE GROUP 1. Be a good cook, dear Myra, and do
C. A. FUTCH.Town Clerk.Approved I take this method of announcing to the citizen your part. I gift was this verse: Clark, Edwir-u &Beath, Alma Clark,

by me this Sth dav of March A. D. of Bradford county. that I am a candidate So this little book I'm givingto Xo pof-t ever wrote a line Miriam Rost; Ljola Faulk, Cassie
for you
Representative in
t c. F. HOOVER; Group I. ijhjVctto About this I White Alvarez Ca-
bring Kathl.'en Florence
AJ isis.! Mayor. the action of the primary election to beheld With each of our "favorites" inscribed gift ; ,
,So Ion ---.--- --- NEW SPRING GOODS on June 6th. If I am honored with the clear They never knew that love aloneDesigned nova, Carrie 'nlI Ay, Olive Ray, Annie
- through.
NOTICE OF ELECTIONS. tion I promise to serve you faithfully.W.. G. SEALS.. I We ve all done our best, the dainty thing. Darby, Am(<'ia bay, Onie Edwards.

StarKe. Fla.. March 6. 1 - -- So them
the school have arrived at give :t test
vested in them by
laws fly of ttnolll''rs Florida the Board of Public Instruction Whenever You Need a General Tonic And l 'ust to Sinclair to do the re...t.Tle I "It's joy I be wishing you, Myra, dear"From May Fripp. .fc- ._
of Bradford county authorizes sub-d s- Take Grove's the bride-to-be's mother were ; -
trict t-lrrtions to be held on the 14th day of guests were entertained by the I AnscoSp edex Films in
April. 1916. at the following named places: STERNBERG'SWe The Old] Standard Grove's Tasteless following! charmingly rendered music: I I the following sweet lines: | ,

Brooder to extend the boundaries as and fol 18 chill Tonic is equally valuable as a "Love's Greeting! ," ( Elgar)-Miss I I i I I II As you have resolved to take a Peek sealed tubes#:cost no more but
7
Section
include all of
lows. so as to General Tonic because it contains the
in Township 7 R 20 north of river and to'' well known tonic properties QUI IS E i White. At this little table cover, are better. U$ one in your kodak ,

elect amount three of millacre trustees to be and assessed.to determine the and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives'out Reading, "The Face in the Flame" !!! A lot of good stitches and a lot of bad and you tvill be convinced.

j Managers, J. D. Baxter. J. A. Abbott E. J. Malaria, Enriches the ".oOO and -Miss Fripp. stitches,

.j Ward. Builds up the XVhole System. SO cents < "Because ( D'Hardelot-Miss) Louise i| I'm sure you will discover. I I The Hoover 'os. Studio ....
to elect three
Sampson' City. April 14th ..
trustees and to determine the amount of mil. __ .
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loge to be assessed. Managers J. F. Smith. offer Special Bar-
J. C. Raulerson J. P. Hall
i ir Star1-- April 14th. 1916. to fleet three .
tees and to determine the amount of nui'.a/o in the
ii gains followingline
to be ft9' *8ed. Managers. E. S. Matthews.D. .
i E. Knight. L. C. Powell. Here Are
Providence April 14th. to elect three trustee of goods- They
and to determine the amount of millaceIn
be assessed. Managers J. J. Beilling. D. -
J. Harden. C. S. Clyatt x
Pine H'll. to elect three trustees and to
dcteirmnc! the amount of millage to be assessed. The Fight Is On
Managers Palen Colson Allen G..n.A. ,

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R. Surreney.Roberts
school house. Aprl 14th. 1916. to MILLINERY

amount elect three of millage trustees to and be assessed to determine ManagersC. the \Vho are they ? What do they! stand for ,

C. Druberly, H. H. Williams. G. F. Alder- SKIRTS }
lr.1an. What are the vital issues of this-the most specta- '

to Palestine elect three at school trustees house and to April determine 14th. 1916 the CHILDREN'S DRESSES cular and most important political battle in the

mo"nt of millaire to be assessed. ManagersW. history FloridaWhaf ? (
Erannen. J. D. Gainey.
B. Brannen J. F. AND ROMPERS 1
Long Bridire. Anril 1'th. 1916. to elect threetnifteeB. do YOU know about these issues? /
.' E. Adkins
Managers' S. C. Crews J.

B.Little F. Rpnfroe.Springs April 14th. 1916. to elect 75,000 REGISTERED WHITE VOTERS in the //h t

three Tnlli,! trustees-e to be and assessed.to determine Managers the amountof T. H. State of Florida are interested in what YOU think /4 .. :

,-,. R. B. Roberts. S. W. Dubose. F; I
Rim elect three about the vital I issues of this political < ) _
Vandtrbilt, April 14th. 1916. to LOOK
trustees and to determine the amount of YOU are interested in what the other FARRIS HUDSON WOO
ampaigll'l KN( .
millatre to be assessed Managers J. G. : J
Crew. L. L. Conner. T. M. Norman. AT thinking. TRAJ1HEI tl 1
C. B.
Graham. Anril 14th 1916. Managers
Roberts. W. T. Wasdin. O. W. Dyal. TIlE FLOHIDA METROPOLIS :: { < I {
New River. April 14th. 1916 to elect thetraMn's OUR RYAN"1
and to determine the amount of mil- bring you together in a FREE-FOR-ALL' h I
:all* to be tsf"wA. Managers J. J. Colson
LARGESTOCK debate which will continue until the day
S. n Ca ('n. G. W. Andrews. ,
Midway. Apr'l 14th. 1916. to elect three
trustees and to ter"rine the amount of mil- you cast your ballot. % :: t
lace to h G. W. nl'l"II. R. J. Andre_. We want you to help us edit The )Ie- 11. / ;
Roatdrain. April 14th. 1916. to elect three
OF jll
trustees and to determine the amount of mil-! tropolis.We // 1
Iitce tn be assessed. Managers: E. Moore E. ( j
views F E +
want you to ex 1 press your on 5 s
C. Colrmnn. M. M. Griffis. Men's Shirts Latest Pat- Yl// A' /
Raiford. Anril 14th 191 \. to elect threetrustees political) I.issues. / / :
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and to determine the amount of miltn -

J.Tare C. Proofed.ho assessed.O. R. Gordon.I Managers. A. D. Andrews, terns. We want you to reduce these views lo f'lJqiJI,1 \ r '

-.*''- Butler. April 14th 1916 to elect three writing, and we will publish themso rlllqlq % ; .
'\1.101' and to determine the amount of mil. Straws for Men. @ ..f :
]age tn !>t> assessed. Managers H. J. Stewart that they 111(1)1),' known by the 1///1/J1It/II :%i/; /, ] Conditions Under I I
C. J. I\n.ht.; P. M. Padgett.Jrhnston : "I/ l' '
April 14th. 1916. to elect threetrustees Shoes for Men, Women people of the whole State. o: "%. / j Which Letters I
of millate 1.
and determine the amount
0
to be arsrssed. Manapi-rs. Henry Varnea, Wm. Will you do it > We feel :sure (1/1 IIIIII/ / I
Varnes. Jacob VarnesLawtey. and Children, all Sizes I Accepted t WB! e Published(
April 14th. 1916 to elect throe you will. /I/J t
trustees and to determine the amount of mil- /J /i /#,/ W Avoid abuse. '
See be assessed. Managers J. H. Moore and Qualities. 1 -
Dr. G.to W. Brown. T J. Terry. f.t_ I h'on't allow yourpltcr'to run over 300 I J:
Bradford. April 14th. 1918. to elect three The Political Forum /, ( y 0 # word See that f df'l, not contain li- ,
trustees and to determine the amount of mile i> I/JUK. malicious: | r p"!'Ious statements t .
-- t obe assessed. Managers J. V. Ed- The open forum which The Florida J.'J' Confine yourself to arprunv f is Or? asking questions
",'a"> I as to the Issues in the eat, :I1 : I .
Springs. April 14th. 1916. to elect pret-.-nt campaign. will lirinj; out all '141. As ;i measure of | TJ"'i* Florida Metrop- i

"f thn-e millace trustees to be and a.to ses determine ed. Managers the amount N. D. Everything to be found in the diverse views held on the living / {. P/ olii- reserves the paper>j .4c any communica-
of the and ton that aught involve the e' al
questions day. in I i $ proceedings.
flr-n. Drew Redd sh. J. E. J. Wainwright 'I. / f
Mansers can use a small sealed box with the arsumt-nts and fads presented 1zr A / '
First-Class
an opening cut in it and to bring or send the a Dry Goods through the column.there i. .-
tally sheets and return to the office at Starke will be much food for thought.; JJ1 "" I
at the meeting of the board May 1st.boardat All and Outfitting Store at Issues of vast importance to % Candidates t !to Analyze I Informs"
trustees elected are nouired to meet the the people I of the Sta'e are fllII'lllt, / I

find this estimate meeting sheets and receive to be'made their out commissions for the at stake, The future, welfare / .;:: e Ei'O 'p.o Iis I
next school year. Rock Bottom Prices and of the people of l' 101't///4 '.
will be it.tlly' affected i
F. G. SCHELL. ida > f1' / '
J-10-St.. Secretary and Superintendent by the \va> things are 't, J' Bi'rmiiiiip{ Sunday, March 12th The Floridah:1 "ol''olis: will pnbhshJedJed.

-- ---- Satisfaction Guaranteed. IPIt. /.D fi'atari s in the form of analysis of he platforms of tlt.'idifc.rent candidates,

FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. .,'tlr l h y eamlidates tht.In'elfor) all offices to be voted, tat :and National.On .

the :Sunday named aspirants; for the United} States Senw l contribute articles ,

Judge Wm. Malphurs will prob- '' covering the "whys and wherefores" of the different prim pbstjhey are advocat ;

ably become a candidate for justiceof ing. On the following Sunday the: Gubernatorial group will'I'i'i the'ir platforms ; on ;
when
the peace for election district No. Why pay more you c the third Sunday Congressmen: will do likewise, and so on Jlij-! line until all offices ;"

6. He would be a good man for the 11u covered. !
office, having: had ample experience, can get it for less at are : '

r both as county judge of Bradford county / -

many and friends as mayor who of would Starke.be glad He has to We Want You to Express Your Opinion SEND US A tlOlUR BILL i If: r

vote for him. STERNBERG'SJust And we will mail Ot1 Florida Metropolis
f In the Forum, Whether You Are a Subscriber to TheMetropolis r'he 1
fI (by mail nl. ) every day farE '

I I We have two new styles of East of Post Office. or Not four months. Thjs 'pecial offer, on '. J r

/ which we lose mor..-)'. /;c to pet you acquainted
portraits. High grade, right up / with The Flv-ida Metropolis

to the minute in style and finish STARKE, FLAy The Florida MetropolisJACKSONVILLE This offer will expi -/ril, 1, and never } ,

and at will be repeated. j. i I. ?
popular prices. The FLA. II

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Don't let mislead CarnivalStores I ]
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!j you. Look for the right place. hold in the confidence and esteem__ of the people of this ant ur

I We will !see that you are well are original and direct appeal to the economical interest to the thtin

: i" satisfied. These Sales stand pre-eminent in the matter of values and will Pat.Ol


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,.; = GRAND SPRING OPENING DEMONSTRATION a1 X'S"A\TS.
r \ 500 Men Men's Pants, formerly; sold at.$3.00.to $8.00 | \
E I. I IT IS YOUR CHANCE a pair, for this ale, at $1.95 $2.95, $3.95,$USs|
: ;, Fine Suits inFancy 1,000 pair Boy's Pets, value up to $1.50, per 1I
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I ( r; r Worsted To rig yourself up partly I at our expense, and it will be an unwise act One lot $1.23 WsastS LAKES'going WAISTS.at -----u---.u]
\ All 73c Waists goin at $ ..uI I
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I -1'' and blue serge on your part to miss this opportunity. This is no joke, but a reality, ?:!.f.O Silk Waist \vfcl go for cash ---------------$.95]]
; f )EX'S 11AJTS; ;LATEST STYLES. f
!.. $17 to $22.50values and we want you to see and be convinced.WOMEN'S Full assortment__ of t.le highest grades,formerly 1\;\ '
'. sold at $ .0>0 up.WJll go at ------------$1l9 .
\ 'r MEN'S SIfES? : AXD OXFORDS. ''fl:.jl
for S2.50 Value. Sal. Frice $ !
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COATS.Coats t1
,\ I 'f only Coats that sold up to $13.50.:( Sale Price $0.98 ; value $ .89 ,"' n Value
:; ------------------------------- .r.t' $4.50 ---$2.S8' .
Don'tliss these coat bargains. WOMEN'S SKIRTS.
i. L.\DIES'SUlTS. S'J.50: ; Skirts. Sale Price __________ _______ $5 excellentU3'-'
$1.49 !
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;1l $12.50 and $15.00 Suits. Sale price $I>!)M !>t.50 Skirts. Sale Price $2.29 LADIES' SHOE ?
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10 g5'-'ome Suits at --- -- _----S4.9S M.50 Skirts. Sale Price -- ______$3.19 ,
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UXl>ERWE\1t ?G.OO Skirts. Sale Price ___________________$3.98 s $;.Shoes --.-.$ .98
50 Shoes
$ $1.45
I I 50 c grades. Sale Price $ .39 Money Back if we can't save MONEY on = __. :
--------------- you $3.00 Shoes $1att
: All :25c Grades. Sale Price ,. $ .19 SHOES for yourself or the whole family.'r ..
_ ------- ------- : $4.00 Shoes .flSJ)

_ .. Free to the first Lady entering this store Saturday, March 11th, 7 a. m., a Handsome, Stylish Shirtwail.r ,t. dl ',..i

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MERCHANDISE OF QUALITYAs We'operate our own farm---Cold storage and ,;

ice plant with retail mark ts. t ; :
an opener we are offering to you these high .,

; grade staples for cash at the following.. )low." prices:. You will never regret the purchase': of any

Hudnuts Grits in 92 pound sacks, $2.10 CVI Sugar,. Cured Hams at j i 20e


Hudnuts Meal in 92 do 2.05 CVI Sugar! :Cared... :': .Breakfast. .Bacooatj! !18c.

Pillsbury xxxx flour, 24 do 1.10 CVI Liver Sausage at } fife


r f Pillsbury xxxx flour, 96 lb. wood, 4.25 cvl All Pork. country Sausage at ;. 20c.

Ii Ask Moore to show those guaranteed McElroy Sloan Shoes. For the supply of our Jacksonville market, we need your

f you are a doubter and hard to convince look for Chickens and Eggs at top prices. .

Thede's and be convinced. Call on us when you are in town

F1t i Exclusive Agents n p JUPPE Delusive Agents

>r.... i Arrow Shirts I 11. Prop. Phoenix Hosiery 1 I The CRACKER SIX farm Markets.,.

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Strength and Service. agency
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: j. Notwithstanding
'J ., strong competition on every side, and while the little I
" hammers of the local Knockers have
been
never idle for TANLACand
a moment, EtTERS'
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Lawtey State Bank ,
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II will have full
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supply Pictures
: ; Grows stronger each and will
JI year continue to the *
pursue 'I
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:t policy, conservative II I ; -<1
which has guaranteed absolute safety to our depositors in this week.
in the past. t Every other. night at
{ 4 per cent. on Savings...Compounded *
; rt i : $1.00 Starts the Account Quarterly. Cask Drug StoreL 7:75 p. m. I '

I .-- .I L l E. Biggs, M> D.. Prop. A goodSime for a dime
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andise. Purchasing power of money doubled-No Sale could be more We are running these advertising : }

could offer a greater variety of attractions-The popular position these Sales to get acquainted i

irrounding counties was never better shown than now. These SalesIng with you, and to do this we are i '

people to, whom the saving of a dollar is equivalent to earning one. sacrificing all profits on these !

pu to come fifty miles to attend them. Come and be convinced. advertising speci Is. I

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THE BRADFORD TRADING CO. R. B. JACISOrr'! : ,i


"Sells Everything a Little Cheaper for Cash" ..

Last Fall the farmers had no money, but vast quantities of "The Grocer mane"E: ;
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home products, such as sweet potatoes, syrup, corn, eggs, but The Best, Cleanest, Neatest, Prettiest and Cheapest

ter, grapes, pecans, etc. We bought their produce and enabled Grocery Store in Town. .: t=

them to buy the many necessities not raised at home---We paid I I241b.
). sack Flash light 9 Self Rising flour $I.QO
the highest price on the local market for eggs, thus favoringthe

farmers..We have been farmers ourselves., hence like to 24 Ib,sack Heckers Plain Flour, hest on the market 1,00

favor them--.We are enlarging our business constantly to meet 20 c. Green Coffee, Highest Grade.4!. J

the growing trade. .. I can California White Cheese qo.:}

We are expecting a big shipment of First-Class Goods from 7 pkg tight House Wash Powder ,25

New York and Baltimore in the next few weeks, and will ask. Pure Cane Sugar, Best in City ,071 i

our friends to keep an eye open for the bargains we will offer.If -i
We Guarantee perfect Satisfaction throughoutour
anything we sell proves defective, don't tell anyone but bring the goods
back, to us at once and get satisfaction. We are sole Agents for the famous Line of Goods. Call and see us. :' ,

Aristos Flour, which is used by 75 per cent of the Bakeries in Jacksonville and 't.J .

we guarantee no other Flour will surpass it. Our Tip Top and Holsum Bread .,. R.B.JACKSON _. .
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AGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA.. FRIDAYS; HARCn 10, 1916.

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. TAIN. In the presence of relatives and a r-A Cordial Invitation Extended to AllTo 1.

Bits of Localinformation IJ Monday evening: Mr. and Mrs. J. F. few particular friends Miss Miriam -
of Mr. and
Colley entertained the stewards and Frances Darby daughter the
official board of Methodist church Mrs. A. M. Darby, and Mr. Sinclair
; Llewellyn Peek were united in mar-
also their wives.
II afternoon, the ninthof )
riage yesterday
The evening was spent in discussingthe
business of the church and in :March at1 o'clock at the resi- :
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IL1L.M II t-HrfIHtI 0... ".._,.. aaM.j..n4 cial conversation. Mrs. Colley served 4ence of the bride's parents. \\I\ MillinelOpening

rJJ In tkt Ctmnty mud Tttr*. dainty refreshments and proved her- The impressive ceremony was per- E ,

formed by Rev. J. A. Hendry of the .
hostess.YATESFREEMAN.
self to be a most delightful I//
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Methodist church. Atr" ....! ;
The rooms of the lower floor were "
u f John Sapp of Sapp station was in Dr. L. L Lamb, of Brooker was opened en suite and artistically deco-
1 town Monday. in Starke Monday on business.W. '
J rated with graceful yellow jessamineand < .
A Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Freeman an-
white dog wood blossoms. LANES'Wednesday
f I. Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. White went to H. Miner was a business visitorto nounce the engagement and approaching Preceding the ceremony Mrs. J. E.

t Jacksonville last Monday. the,metropolis Thursday. marriage of their only daughter Futch sang very sweetly "Because I

r Edythe Lucille to Mr. Lucius A. Love You Dear," and Miss Lois Peek !
0. L. : candidate for March
Mizell superintendent
t i A little daughter was born to Mr. Yates of Tallahassee the wedding to rendered the wedding march from -
I of schools, was a visitor to
i and Mrs. W. G. Brooks last.week. StarkeIonday.. be an event of Easter. Mendelssohn to which the bride and 15 1916. ,
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Miss Freeman reared in Starke
was hall. The v ,
entered the reception
1"1"J.. S. Starling, a well known citizen B. C. Willis is the latest to join the and has many friends here who will groom bride was radiant in her wedding

f of East Law tey, was in town Friday. motorist fraternity. He has bought a learn of her engagement and ap- gown of white crepe de chine chiffon '1 Pattern Hats of
I car from C. A. Marks. proaching marriage. Mr. Yates is a
and lace. Her} flowers were an arm
.. Judge J. T. Wills of Gainesville leading business man of Tallahassee. bouquet of bride's roses and lilies of all and
was a visitor to Starke the first of the Mr. Joseph A. Bruederly editor of informal reception Styles
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week. the Florida American of Lake But BASKET BALL GAMES BETWEEN the valley.

ler, was in town.Thursday.. STARKE AND GREEN COVE. followed the ceremony, at which time '
the couple received the congratulationsof
A little son was born to Mr. and 'J
Messrs. M. Matheny", T. P. Ward, their friends and relatives. Duringthe
I Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones the 6th in- LLUv
on and G.V.. Lewis of Brooker, were Last: Saturday afternoon the girls reception a delicious ice course was '
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;_ t stant. visitors to Starke Monday. basket ball teams of the Starke and served to the guests and wedding party =I ,

Green Cove High: School and Grammar : ..
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Miss Eva Brooks of Providence i is Mr. l\ Hicks, one of the substantial School again tried their skill at bas- The wedding gifts were numerous ---- -- ..'

visiting her brother Mr. W. G. Brooks citizens of the Hampton section, was ket ball. This time the "seat of war" i and beautiful consisting of silver cut
and family. transacting business in Starke Monday : ----
was on the Green Cove school'campus. glass hand painted china linen and -----------.e
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:Miss Louiebelle Brown and Mr. Marcus Illf
I Brown of Lawtey in town- J. F. Kickliter and little son, Char chaperoned by Misses Peek and Faulk The bride is a daughter of :Mr.; and WATCH TWO MEN
Saturday. were les Lucian spent Monday in Palatka and the Grammar School girls by :Miss Mrs. A. :M. Darby, and is a charmingand
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as visitors to Mr. Kickliter's sister, McBeath. Quite a party of Starke accomplished young woman. She
Mrs. T. E. people autoed over to witness the has a circle of sincere friends who
Strange.J. ,
Messrs. J. M. Mitchell and R. R.
I games among them being :Mrs. J. *J. will wish her every happiness in her PAY A BILL
Prevatt hunted in the Brooker
i c.. 1 I section Tuesday.quail C. Byrd, cashier of the Citizens )Mitchell Misses Francis Clark Jean new life. The s.rroom.Ir.. Sinclair L. : 1
Bank of Raiford and candidate for Teague Kathleen Alvarez Florence Peek, is a young man of sterling worthhe i
'j county tax assessor, was among the Canova, Minnie Bessent Louise lies is a bookkeeper in the Bradford One takes the money from his p;?cketbook and :

Mrs. James Brooks of Providence visitors to Starke Monday.The sent, Messrs. Will Wainwright Geo.C. County Bank and is popular with a
; i has returned home after a visit to her receives change, perhaps, with a receipted bill,
White J. W. Andrews, Jr., A. V. host of business and social friends and
( son, Mr. W. G. Biooks. Starke High School Library has Long, A. Anderson Joe Canova and acquaintances who are glad to congratulate which he must keep safely for his protection. The
i\ lost a large volume entitled "Life of William Powell.
:, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Phillips an- Jefferson Davis... The school would The line up for the high school teams fair and him sweet.upon winning a brideso other pays the exact sum by check i"ihich, in itself

, iJ Thursday nounce the, the birth:2nd inst.of a little son, on volume greatly to appreciate the the return of thi was as follows: Ellen Gnann, center; Mr. and Mrs. Peek will spend a few furnishes both an accurate record and absolute re-
, library. Anna Canova. Hazel Brown forwards
f: ; days at beautiful Kingsley lake after
Emma Powell, Mildred Crosby, guards which they will be at home to their receipt for the transaction. :.
R. A. Green student at the University Y
a J. R. Tison former citizen of Rais
I a Florence Matthews and Martha ,
Fripp friends at the residence of Col. and
of Florida at Gainesville, ford but for some time past engaged substitutes. L. The convenient way costs nothing and actualiy
Mrs. C. Peek on Madison street.
visitor to Starke : in
a Monday. contracting and building at Palmetto

I has moved to Starke with his family Grammar school team:-Lena Chan- The out of town guests who were returns a profit in time saved, convenience and

t' i Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and little daughter and will follow his trade here. He cey, center; Gladys Gardiner, Aileen present at this quiet, beautiful home safety. .r
r Hazel, returned Sunday from a has rented the Beasley cottage on Alvarez forwards; :Maude Parker, Ella wedding were Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Howell -

visit to relatives in Gainesville. West Madison street and will begin May Long, guards; Mamie Den- of New Smyrna Mr. Marcus The individual who has the satis-
I once resized
housekeeping there in a few days.Pending mark, substitute. Brown, of Lawtey and Mr. Robert

Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight and Mr. Umpire: Harold Wall, of Starke: Gray of Gainesville. action of a checking account will never be without
the faker season the pro- referee: Perry, of Green Cove. <-
and :Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., motored I prietor of Hotel de Kite is
putting that one.
At the close of the game the score MRS.: I'KlCE ENTERTAINS. j -
over to Green Cove Springs Tuesday hostelry in first-class
I order, and Painter
for the School
stood High girls, :23; to
Jack Smith is decorating it in
a 5 in favor of Starke for the
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tasteful manner. The color scheme is The Ladies' Aid
I? sombr, rest inspiring black. mar school, 27 to 15 in favor of Green Presbyterian metas BANK of STARKE
Mr. 0. B. Finn manager of the Among Cove. guests of Mrs. Price at the homeof
other advantages of this famous ho-
Bradford Trading at Law ;
Company Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Hull on Tuesday !
tel those of both The Green Cove the
are being fire andburglar people treated
tey, was transacting business! i in ,
the seventh inst. Besides the
proof and the ventilation Starke teams
ro'ally-they were entertained -
Starke Tuesday. leaves nothing to te desired. Ladies' Aid there were a number of
,, at the homes for dinner, and STARKE FLAArticles
after the ladies present who were Mrs. Price's
._ Mr f and Mrs. T. L. Howell, of New i I Dr. )I. P. Southers, a former well it to the games beautiful given spring.rides The and a vis- special guests. I .

Smyrna, and Miss Susie Darby came known citizen of Starke was here for gram- The
formal
I mar school girls returned home im- meeting was opened by '
Wednesday to attend the Peek- few hours -
up a Thursday, having stop-
after the the president, Mrs. Denison reading
; Darby wedding. ped off en route to points south where mediately games, but the a ,.:
( he has engagements to lecture. He High School girls remained to attenda few verses from the eleventh chapterof ... -- :; ,- .

,I Mrs. J. A. Hendry returned Saturday will return to spend Sunday here, andexpects reception tendered them at the Seminole Hebrews, following with prayer. .
from Leesburg, where she was I I neon to make arrangements Hotel. Minutes of the last meeting were read s.
for the erection of a bungalow on his but this being a social meeting other : i
I called to attend the funeral of her tract cf land near the Halligan place George Walton, of Levy county, is matter:: of business were dispensed
I father Mr. Russell. I I'north of town.Announcement. visiting friends in the western part of with
the and in
county was Starke Mon-
i Jacob Bundel, of Lawtey, was in i I has been received day with B. E. Brown, of the Dukes At the roll call the members responded Toilet
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town Wednesday. He is in the market here of the marriage of Mr. James D. section. Mr. Walton is a son of Dr. with seme quotation-Mrs. iV1\\
: business a member of the firm of Richardson and Mrs. Mattie Howard Walton who is well remembered by Halligan responding with a eulogy on 1 :
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i Burney Bundel.! of Manitou, Colorado. :Mrs.: Howard been older citizens of the county as having cur hostess, Mrs. Price. Mrs. Campbell -..- ?_f, LI
prominent
a practicing physicianat
recited a lively little and
; 1. is pleasantly remembered here she poem
as Lake Butler
thirty years In
Miss Lucile Freeman, who is attending spent the winter in Starke several talking with a representative ago.of the Mrs. Denison read an original poem I

,I the Women's College in Tallahas- years ago, the guest of her cousin Telegraph Mr. Walton said that all composed by Mr. Denison. The hostess fi".1

Ii ..see spent Sunday with her parents,, Miss Amelia Ray and other relatives.Mr. members of his father's family were expressed her appreciation of thLadies' t.. {

i Dr. and Mrs. A. 11. Freeman. : and :Mrs. Richardson will make dead except himself and Ernest Walton Aid and her many friends in \ /.
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I, their future home in Denver. a younger brother. This was Mr.Walton's Starke in a most appropriate manner 7\1\ f \\ I '.\ : "'A : __
I Robert Cone has moved back to first visit to Bradford county her graceful little speech of appreciaI There's I...
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since the death of his '
Starke from Stuart. He has taken Mr. C. N. Cooper one of the well years ago but he met and father remembered thirty I'i I j I being as follows: satisfaction inusing

the place of P. J. Pearce in the City known berry planters of this section! many old acquaintances. "My dear friends, I wish to thank M' ; .

Barber Shop Mr. Pearce having joined believes that a good way to advertise i you for your patience and kindness in toilet goods .
i P. B. Hunt in the tie business. Starke is to send the Telegraph to making my time pass so pleasantly
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f i non-resident friends so that they may Ijpn't while here among you. I also wish to that come from our store pn them you

I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dubose and children become familiar with; the progress of Hull's I Store thank my friends in the other churches have the assurance of honest rnaterials and

went to Jacksonville Monday, the lthe commpnity: through reading about Uup who have been so thoughtful and

S purpose of the trip bejng to have their I actual occurrences. Mr. Cooper has I kind. The memory of it all is so pure chemicals. You couldn'tf get anythingmore

little son, Clifford put in a hospital subscribed for the paper to be sent to f imiiMiiiimiiiiiiiHStores pleasing that it can never be forgotten. worth while whefef

I for the straightening of a crippled his friend, Dr. L. J. Thomas of Dublin I think you all know hoI love any ]I. ,
foot, the here-the kindest I .,
I Ga. people people -;

I .i'I I i ever met. Sometimes my affliction

''I The Ladies' Musicale will meet a t Judge J. R. Kelly was in Starke (deafness) is 59 hard to bear but my Come and See
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I' the residence of :Mrs. J. W. White :Monday the guest of Mr. and: Mrs. friends have helped me so much. I '
I Monday, March 13th. All membersare A. S. Crews. thank :Mr. and Mrs. Hull for their *
Judge Kelly had been at
I'I'I I will iI I our display of fine soaps for the complexion
I cordially invited. The meeting the bedside of his mother Mrs. Geo. come kindness-I do most sincerely appre-

will convene at 3:15 p. m. E. Kelly whose health has been poor + + ciate it all. It would give me the and bath-scented waters, perfumes, cold creams,

I' of late.11'. Kelly is a candidate to greatest pleasure to entertain you alto 1 cosmetics manicure sets, lotions, hair*')nics skin foods,
The article "Bab)' Week" in another succeed himself my home in the North.
as county judge of
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and I combs brushes and the hke.Mitchell's
column was written by Dr. Freemanat Madison county and having during his "I want to say to the ladies of the C sponges ::

the request of the School and Civic incumbency discharged the duties of Civic Club who are here in

Club. It discusses a vital subject and I the office to the full satisfaction of not to be discouraged attendance'l'

:I, should be read by parents. :, all, his re-election, is almost a foregone ( ahead with making dear old Starke a Drug Store c
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: conclusion. L disappear.JIBi clean up-to-date city. The men will
There was a union service at thePresbyterian soon see that the ladies mean business

church last Sunday even Messrs. P. If. and Roscoe Under- 1I1 and they, too, will help. I do wish I

ing.pulpit.Rev.A A.collection J. Hendry occupied the wood, of Orange Mass., were visitors could be here to help fight with you Starke, #: Florida

I was taken for to Starke during the past week The "I know my affliction is steadily ,
the
Children's Home
in Jacksonville, .,
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spent the winter here 30 years growing worse-this makes me very

I ame amounting to $8.50. I ago, camping at Kinsley lake, and sure of not returning next year. My DRESS GOODS < ''.' '... ..*8....,.-..- ." '- ;-..". '.*'.-4' ** MILLINERY
has been making occasional visits t heart and sympathy will be with you 't*
, : Messrs. J. C. Poppell, J. C. Hoover, I since that time. Both gentlemen expressed U in the church and civic work. I hope .. '? *?.

Clark L. E. Roberts have been R. O. Daniel and D. T. themselves as greatly pleased i + many of my friends will write and let : Let us remind you that our offerings of seasonable S

I traveling by automobile I'I with the town and were especially me know what that are doin-j to keep :> -

i 'I: Among in other South Florida thi week. I pleased to note that we are to soon f the good work growing. When I am S i; merchandise are far and away bend the standard of ::;' j
visited
places .
Miami
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'I' and the new town of Oko''chol/ee. I j ting us in the class with the most I morning. I am down on the porch s; which we have endeavored to maintain in the past. Beautiful -

,I.I progressive towns in the country. +++++++++* *+11"M.1111 waiting anxiously for the postman, .I

i, "I! M. S. Hayes, of Brooker was i in They will!! probably spend considerable for I am wild to see the paper and 1 T fabrics, in white and colors, ofvariety to please all :*

1 town :Monday, driving a fine lay, stallion time here next v.ir.ter.I get the home news from Starke." .,} "
which was much admired. This 1 You will 1 : tastes. i ; .
i i At the close of the program the visitors { | .
I i horse, known as the "Dexter Douglass ,
, I Watch for notice of the Auction without solicitation expressed ,* .. 1'
1 horse, took two blue and one red ribbon ./, .-
i I at the recent Alachua fair. Sale at the t themselves as being glad to be numbered Remember when in search oT-your' j .'
county :, Variety Shop. among the Presbyterians in a : us Spring Hat. ; t:

always regular "love feast" > >
:Mr. Charlie Holstein and Miss Del- !*s.V++++-H H H H HI H M HHi&AttheChurchesl- | i manner. i : <
la Bevill, of Gainesville, and Mr. AlI 1 + During the informal social hour k 1. If it's comfortable, of 'corset's' & Jackson. We han ;; ,:
Mrs. Price assisted Misses Hazel

. I vin McKinney McKinney, of Louise and sister, Alachua;Miss county.motored Ma bel i t I find ushere I Brown and Ella Louise May Fernandez Long by Marie, served Livingston the t;; die that make, and it is dependable V we can assure you. |r f'

Starke last
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over Saturdayand M: _.cHII I I .111 I I+ 11111 I I4++.+ M If + guests with delicious cake. and ice !. : t
while here
were the guests of :Mr. ( '!I" .'
,M and Mrs. 0. J. Griffin. 'i I :METHODIST. cream. .
t t Mrs. A. Price is of Wilkesbarre

i'i' Mrs. G. Ford, of North Branch! School Rov. D.Worker A. Cole for State the Field Methodist Sunday ++ .+ spent Pa., and her has winters for a in number Starke. of She years has I(: j. w MORGANi 1

"- Mich., who is a sister of :Mr. John church, will be in Starke next Sun t
has returned to Starke t 1 .. .. ++f a host of friends here who look for i '1
Uglow froman day. He1I speak to the
Sunday ward to seeing her each winter. : :
extended trip on the East and West school in the morning preach at elev r: 23. \ Phone 23 !;

Coasts of Florida. While she en o'clock in the hold ll ,
away morning and a Hull's
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.i t visited Tampa St. Petersburg St. conference for Sunday school teachers $ 't Store sale Syrup at A.from"M.the Darby's.Matthews If farm it is is not on ';r: STARKE, FLORIDA

Augustine and other points of interest. and workers in the afternoon at It
satisfactory return it and ( >
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FIUDA'I MARCH 10, 1916. BRADFORD COUXTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORID4 : ;

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AMERICAN WAR HORSES i> <$> (i ., ,=. l' 1"S> .!. '!' + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ue of One Hundrei fflars: each payment for
FRENCHSAPPERSARE '. 1 1 I said capital stock ml be received in cash or
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in propprty real L-ersonal. at a fair and j'
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Demand For Them Has Waned and A C.'IHD.TE'S WOES. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + j11ot'Sluation thi-rrfrr to be fix...! by the
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Buyers Leave \r..dc 4.
CountryThe
BURIED ALIVEFor -- .. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED The term for whu' said corporation shall -
I..NDKK SECTION 8. OF CHAPTER !.I
.' The grandest scheme, the biggest "push," now seen through the state '! 4'455. LAWS OF FLORIDA. "i..t shall Leino>tytinr. 5.Years.

British government has practi. From early morn, through all the day, and in the night so late, 4' Hereby, notice is given that Mary 0. Wain-I I Thp business of i n corporation shall be J

cally ceased to buy horses in this country !, Is the silver voice and hand-shake, too, of many candidate. '. td\riitht.rtepectively purchaser 117 of and tat 1T6 certificates issued by number-the Tax conducted by the foi| {. ing officers: A Prvs- I.
di-nt. Vice Presi-Ur Secretary and Treasurer It,
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Hours in Trenches-Finally ; for use in the war, according to recent '!'
announcements._ Last November Enough good strength and too, will soon be spent '? said certificates being dated the 4th da? of Secretary and TrctAurer may be held by one I
money, very
of AuKiist. A. D. 1913. has filed said ccrtifiatrs -
Succeeded in to and the same peison said board of directors : P
Digging there were in the United States about ,., To pay the grocery bills and taxes, with surplus for the rent, '. in my office, and has made application nay bp changed fn>a. time to time by amendment 'of

Bottom of Mine Crater. 40 officers of the British army, all engaged (! For every widow in the state, with thirty-six per cent. '?' for tax deed to i issue in accordance with law. of the by-Ia'es'but shall at no time be ,
: The said certificates respectively embraces the '
in the of lr s than Three ror ore than Seven. The I
purchase anr shipment <
following lands in Bradford County. Florida. directors shall be tlt7pd by the stock holdersat
horses and mules for the Allied armies. '.' This thing goes on from day to day, all this, you understand; fIn -' Assessed at the date of the issuance of such each annual nvft'St. and all other officersof ,:
March 8.-The Since then of these officers have .. certificates in the names respectively herein- this corporation ""all be elected annually
PARIS story of the many county city town and village of the land '!'
every after., particularly set forth. to-wit: by the board of di.A)1'II as soon as may be
three French sappers who were buried gone back to England, and it has just Some candidate is seen each day so busy shaking hands. 4 Certificate No. 117 embraces S4 of Lot 3, after the annual meng of the stockholders.The .
alive for hours during the battle of been learned that the remaining ones :! and all lot 4. See. 7. Tp 6, S. R. 20-120 acres. annual meeting *f the stockholders shall
Vssessed UnknowL e held on the fIrst Ttonday of July of each
Verdun and who finally dug their way have been recalled and will embark i'.' Some ask to be a senator, a clerk, or sheriff bold, (iv Certificate No. 176 embraces NEH of X El.. vrar or at a time to-'ie fixed by the by-laws. ,

to safety is told in detail by one of within the next few days.It I '4 Assessors and collectors, too, want many ballots polled, '?- Sec. 13, Tp 7. S. R. 22 E-40 acres. Assessed Until the officers elated at the first annual i
L. M. Little. meeting shall bp elec.Td and qualified the business I
them who arrived in Paris on a hos- is said that no purchases in the 4. While others strive by every means the governor's job to hold. $ Unless said certificates shall be redeemed according -I' of this corporal .0 shall be conducted by

pital train this morning. He said: Kansas City market have been made 4 the 13th day of March. A. D. 1916. W. B. Young Fr '*ent.
"With my friends Bernard and by the British since Nov. 15, and according 1 A county judge, a justice court, some one would like to fill, '?- Witness my hand and official seal this the A. A. Culbert. Virt President.L. .

Jean I was posted in a trench at the to the British officers, no 4' While other men would legislate; or like.to pass a bill, 8th day of February. A. D. 1916. E. Jordan. Sectirary and Treasurer

edge of the Vauche woods. The ene- horses have been bought by them in 4 Or when some one had passed a law, would like that act to kill. ,*' (Seal) W. T. WEEKS.Clerk. and U E the. Jordan said W.Dlrec'oi.It. \pung. A. A. Culbert and >,

my showed a disposition to attack, this country since then. o <;' By R. A. WEEKS. The highest amour ef indebtedness or liability -

and according to orders the three of The purchase of mules, however, On March the first our committee met and passed a little act $ Ml-5t. Deputy Clerk. subject to which tnill--t11!orporation be the sum can of at Thirty anytime .

us, with a charge of powder fuses' has continued, and it is with mules ... That almost took my breath away-astonished me, in fact,
and tools, started down a mine galleryto that the English officers still in the :' For I'm a candidate myself, and the ruling has me 'hacked." J- By the powers vested on them by the School incorporatora Thp names and toKitmJ irtt'lence with of the the amount subscribing sub- .,-
the Board
Laws of Florida. of Public Instruction

fill the mine chamber, to lay the United States have been occupied. The ? of Bradford county orders an election to scribed for are as fiVows: ,

wires and to pack the gallery behindit. army men at Lathrop, Mo., which is 4'. I'm not an expert in this line, not up on politics; '!. be held on the 80t& day of March. 1916. at W.\. A.B. Young.! ute, Florida.Florida. Five Five shares.shares. J'Ih ,

We did this without difficulty and the largest horse and mule clearing !' I 'do not know the turns and twists, the shady schemes and tricks + Zif a school Special house Tax to District vote on to the elect establishmentof three trustees E. Jordan Culhl'rt.are.Su4eFlorida.. Five shares.M. !

were on our way back when a heavy market in the world, said that they .' One needs to use in getting votes-I'm in an awful fix! '?' and to determine the amount of Railage I. Young. .Stirf.E. &ORDAN.Florida. Sixty shares.L. .

shook Had mine were not able to announce that the t to be assessed. The boundaries of said districtto
us.
explosion our W. YOUNG.
include sections 1. 2, 3, 10, 11. 12. 13, 14, IS.. .
gone off already? 'I hear stones fall- purchase of mules here was to cease, 4. One thing know, and that is bad-I cannot make a speech, '!' 22. 23. 26. 27. A. A. 10UNG.'ULBERT. ",

ing,' said one of my comrades. We ut the withdrawal of the officers is be- I cannot get upon the stand and howl and yell and screech, ,.' lull Managers J. W. Lewis.of election J. D. Thomas A. D.. I State of Florida M. I. *'

rushed forward, the gallery was full lieved to indicate that even mule buy- '. But can stay at home, attend to work and hang on like a leech. '; F. C.. SCHELL. I County of Bradford.nllla.1 i.-
Before me, a in and for said County
of gravel. We realized the horrible ing is not to continue on anything like '.. Secretary and Superintendent.' and State lIt'rs'nallaPllIand W. B. Young.
I -- --
truth; we were walled up. An enemy the scale of the last 18 months. 'i And I believe! that every man in Bradford county knows NOTICE- OF-ELECTION.By A. A. Culbert L. 1. 'ordan. and M. I. Young.to .
to me well known tl'th. described
shell had exploded above the gallery 'There are more horses now in Eng. Just whom he wants in office here, no matter where one goes, ,i the power vested in them by the School in and who" sub
causing the roof to cave in. land than can be used," one of the officers And one thing more, I'm bashful too, and got no Sunday clothes! Laws', rs of dcction Florida to the be School held at Hoard Thomas hereby school oran ii'' foregoing prposel Carter, and they severallyncknowle'd.tpd .

"We examined the walls in feverish I said the other day. "I \believe ,. D. F. McDONALD. hmi.-e. in Special Tax District No. 26. on the same for the purpof'f before 'ne therein that they expressed.executed the
ith of for the election of threetru.tits ,
March 1916.
haste. 'We are done for,' said Jean. I there is also begining be a surplus '. ,i' for the next two jean and to determine | IN WITNESS: Ui'rhEOF I have hereuntoI )

, We were not afraid of death-it was 'I of mules, but of that I am not certain." .2> '!' !' !' !' + ;. !' !' '.. !' .. + !' !' !' ! the amount of raillaire to be asf"".,e l.. I,I '!ay my of February hand and, aI''rd A.I; ). 191fi.I.VEKETT my real. this the 16th .
J. I). 1'rarce and A.
James demons A. Dousare
all part of the game, but we did not I Considering the report that the average .l .< tppointed as managers.F. ( M. JOHNS.

like to die there in the darkness. 'How life of a horse or mule at the G. RCHELL. 'I '' ii-nission expire0 yh day of Notary August.Public.1919.

long can we stay here?' Jean asked front is less than ten days, it is con- A SUGGESTIONMr. berries will be leaving this state? al-out Secretary and Superintendent.NOTICE (Sear 2-18-ot.

again. 'There is plenty of air and the sidered that the Allies must, indeed, the same time! What will you lose: if : OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED I L--- -.;._----

gallery is roomy, but there is nothingto have an enormous stock' on hand or the crop is badly distributed .' Transportation UNDER SECTION/ OF CHAPTER S rICE. .

eat I replIel.VelI w at's the that thpv_ pxnGtt_ nn. parlv___ end to the_ Light Thinks Transportation people, what will you i ).vj if Notice 48S8, LAWS OF that FLORIDA.C. I' anti J. C. In County JIIII!"'.', .ourt. Bradford County.
----- n no u .U n" ---- -- is hereby given State of Florida. lit *.'rohate. ,
i good of a few hours more or less, why I a large part of the strawberry cropis Hoover partners as Hoover Brothers, purchasers In re: Estate ofj.*. N. Langfonl deceased.To .
made war.The British horse-buying- Concerns Should Find left in the field or fails to bring of Tax Certificate No. 146. dated the 4th I Alice E. Lanpfvrd. Neal Wills Lanvford. I
wait. I for one have already up army
( day ofujtwt.. A. D. 1913. ha.i filed paid certificate Maurice Gerald 1ori'ord.John. Curby Lang- I
my mind,' he said. lie took out his tion at Kansas City was opened in Au- Best Market for Produce.To transportation'Ch.1 lS. in my office and has made applicationfor ford and H. C. RicrftrJ. and all other inter- I

revolver, but I stopped him and said, gust, 1914! a few weeks after the out Grower, you cannot yourself solve tax deed to issue in accordance with law. etted Ia rt il'S. Gnrti'Wr i :
Said certificate embraces the following descrilwd
You and each of > hereby notified that *
this }tv are
f 'Don't be a fool. Let us wait awhile, break of the war, under the directionof problem property situated in Bradford county. Alice E. Lanpford Vs administratrix of the

, we hit on some way out.' Maj. Gen. Sir Frederick Brnson. the Southern Express Company, Transportation people, you can solve Florida toit, ; estate of J. N. IJC'tford. deceased late of
may Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, Seaboard this problem for the grower if you I Lot 2. Klk 6 in Lincoln City. Sec. X. Tp. Bradford county. Fl,*:,ia. has filed in the above
Was in Our Mine Sixty thousand horses and 120,000 6. S. R. 22 East. The said land being assessedat *.
Only Hope |I named court at Sts, *, Bradford County Florida -
mules recently were said to have been Air Line Railroad, Florida East will try! the date of the issuance of such certificatein a petition irajfc fur an order of this
"The first horror having passed over purchased there for the Allies and Cast Railroad, Vegetable and Citrus How? the name .f Willie I'ernell. Unless said court to be grante* authorizing said petitioner
began to discuss and means. certificate shall be redeemed according to law. to take rKVi.sif.'on; of and sell accordingto
we ways Growers
these were stationed at Lathrop while : By employing competent man to tax deed will issue thereon on the 20th day of law. the following described real estate as
'Let us wait patiently for our mine to awaiting shipment to seaports. At Gentlemen:-The vegetable growersin gather up the data of shipments at I March. A. D. 1916. a portion of the hs.kts of the said estate of
explode. If it makes a big enough Witness my official signature and seal this J. N. Langford, d'c1.,5Idlaid real estate lying '
the central part of the state lost Jacksonville. Then have shippers at
it is to stable and
Lathrop possible the 12th day of February, A. D. 1916. and being in county Florida. j
hole we can dig through into it, I feed at one time 102,000 animals. heavily in 1914 and 1915, and the let. different stations advised where to W. T. WEEKS. and more partii'ulsily Bradford: described as follows. |

said. Another for horsesis tuce crop will be as a whole, a losing ship, so distributing the crop that all Seal) Cierk. to-wit: the West I Irs!' of Block Number One ,
"We sat down in silence and could assembling point By R. A. WEEKS. in Gaskin's suMiu":.on of NEli of SEt in ;
Watertown, Mass., where thousandsof crop. There were many hundreds of the markets will get the supply wan- 2-18-St. Denuly Cierk.! I Section 29. To\\ hi,". 6. South. Range 22 East. j
hear: all the sounds of battle above us, "recruits" have been undergoing carloads of vegetables that rotted in ted and that no markets will be over- -- -- - -- for the purpose of flying indebtedness of the :
for the earth is a good conductor of equine NOTICE: OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR paid estate the lK'ra'lIIal assets of said estate j I
I the fields in 1914 and 1915. supplied. Transportation people help
,
a system of training before LETTERS PATENT. having been applied **ith a portion of the real '
sounds. We tried to distinguish the shipment to Europe. Many of these There were many hundreds of car- the grower to solve this problem. It Notice is hereby given that the undersignedwill estate and the ind.l edness of said estate still ,
character of the arious vibrations so apply to the Honorable Park Trammel) !bring unsatisfied. '
loads of citrus fruit in 1914 and 1915 won't cost much. It would 1
pay
animals comefrom the Western states you *
mine Governor of the State of Florida on the 17th Therefore you a'il each of you.and all
as not to miss the noise when our where climatic conditions are altogether left to rot on the trees. It was not you bite increased freight receipts and day of March A. D. 1916. for letters 'patent I other interested I'I.ill'S. are commanded that. ,
exploded. Finally we heard it and we overproduction of vegetables nor the will help the whole state. incorporating THE YOUNG TRADING COM.'. laying all other bv&ness: aside. you will be j: .
different form those in the Eastor ,
forward through wave of hot 1'AN'Y, under fig following proposed charter and appear before t-e at my office in Town |
rushed a on the other side of the Atlantic. over production of citrus fruit that Yours truly, the original of which is now on file in the of Starke Bradford 1.'ounty. Florida. on Thurs- }
air. Hope strengthened our arms and have to be treated caused the low sales.It L. S. LIGHT, office of the Secretary of State of Florida.W. day, the 30th day rot March. A. D. 1916. at i
furiously but our Consequently they B. YOUNG.A. ten o'clock a. n>.. s't said day. to show cause. ,
we plied our picks medically and otherwise made fit to was the system of distribution. Roddick, Florida. A. CULBERT. if any you can wby I should not grant the t
packing had been so well done that it ----- ------ -- ---
withstand the of Under the present system of distribution L. E. JORDAN. prayer of said l'eti' ')n. j
took us two hours before we got into hardships war. only short will be I Now is the time to get your strawberry -M-- -I.- YOUNG- --- -- Given under my >and and seal at Starke. j
levies in trainloadsof a very crop Proposed Charter of THE YOUNG TRADING Bradford County. Horida; this 23rd day of 1
the empty mine chamber. I listened, The new come profitable to the grower.A !! tickets. We print them for you COMPANY. February. A. D. !?..... j

but the sound of firing seemed so far 400 or 500, are "mustered" in the short loss to the en short notice. Good stock, low The undersigned hereby associate themselves Seali *;EO. A. GARDINER. f
thickla'er Union stock yards at Watertown, and crop means a together for the purpose of forming a corporation County Jud. j of, Bradford County, Florida. I -
away that I judged there was a transportation con panies. '| prices under and by virtue of the state of Florida 2- 5.jjt. .
of earth between us and the out- thence are finally sent to Europe, 1,000or I with the following proposed charter:
A big at good prices means ++ + + !----
1,500 at time. From this center crop + + p + + + + + + + 4 + Article I.
er world. Then drops drops fell on a prosperity to both grower and transportation -! The name ot this corporation shall be THE M4STJ.-R-S SALE.
us. Were we going to be flooded? about 7,000 horses have been shippedto people. + LEGAL NOTICES P YOUNG TRADING COMPANY and its business i- Notice U hereby given that under and by

much the better said Jean. the Allies. + + + + + .p + + + + + + + + + + shall be transacted and conducted in the virtue of that certain final decree of fore
'So
Here is a showup of the present system Etate of Florida. and other states of the United closure made and rendered the 29th day cf
'We shall die more quickly.' While under training for their new of distribution: NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED States of America wherever profitable neepessary February. 1) 3*!*, by the judge of the

Through Earth life the horses are kept in corrals, the In received for UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER :. or convenient the principal place of circuit court of thetEithth Judicial Circuit of
Blood Trickled 1914 I 60c one hun- business shall be in the city of Starke, Brad- Florida. in chancery. in favor of A. D. Andrews -

"Something trickled down on my sick ones being separated from the dred and twenty crates of beans in a Nrtice 4883 is hereby, LAWS Ken OF that FLORIDA.T. J. Aldermin ford County. Florida.Article Mercantile C'/npany, a corporation complainant -

lips and I recognized the taste. It was rest so as to be more easily treated. A northern market, and received $1 per purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 96. dated the The general nature of the 2. business or businesses Mattie :.lICI and'paI.agaHst d'/Vrdants Harrison the McNeal undersignedwill and \ r
; ;
his time herding 4th day of August, A. D. 1913 has Ok-d said 1
blood and I realized; that if blood was Texas cowboy spends crate for like goods near home. Last certificate in my office and has made application to be transacted or conducted by said offer for tale Jn front of the courthousedoor
j corporation shall be
them and breaking them in. As some : in Starke. Iifi. 1ford county. Florida. during
" coming through we could not be far year in a northern market I got 9c for tax deed to issue in accordance with To engagp in a wholesale and retail mercantile the legal hunt< f sale the 3rd-
(> on Monday.
; of the animals have never known evena for five crates of lettuce in law. Said certificate embraces the following descritnd business, to manufacture rosin spirits of
and
; from the surface. With renewed hope an- day of April A. P< 1916, to the highest and
property situated in Bradford county, turpentine and all other kinds ef naval stores
bridle having directly from best bidder for cs4H the
: we set to work again, but rather come ot.:ie' northern market received $9 for Florida to-wit: and its by-products. and to carry on any tradeor lands to-wit following described
210 feet S of the
the western prairies it is a real man's S' of Lot 6. blk 10 Worthington.. See. S3. : Cc.ir.jencing
: clumsily, for we started a fall of five crates of like goods shipped on business incidental thereto or connected NE corner of SEt: of SW 4 and run W 420
Tp. 6. S. R. 19 E. The said land being esMssed -
job to get them ready for the firing the train and in Florida therewith to buy. sell mortgage exchange feet for fctartin? p"nt: thence run S 210 feet I
L earth which nearly buried us. We were same points at the date of the issuance of such certificate for itself or as agents for others, all kinds of then W 210 fet. W.210 feet then E 210 feet
bro- line. $1.80 crate. Mr. J. M. Meffert of in the name of Unknown. Unless raid rtr.l or personal property, to borrow money .
1 all injured, Bernard's leg being per to beginning in Sec18, Tp. E; S R 21 East
certificate shall be redeemed according tot law. for the use of the company and to issue notes
ken, Jean's head cut and my left arm TO THE PUBLIC Ocala, shiped a car of 480 crates of tax deed will issue thereon on th :3rd day of or other security therefor and to deal in mortgages :. A. D. ADKINS.
beans and received for the wholecar April. A. D. 1916. stocks bonds other Special Master.
broken. Despite our pain we contin- good notes or negotiable A. S. CREWS, .
,',\ Witness my official signature and M-al: t'lis paper in connection with the business of
.
ued our efforts and after a while we $10.71, and $16.60 was receivedfor the 1st day of March. A. D. 1916. the corporation Solicitor fcr Cfnplainants. 3-3-5L '

came on a number of dead bodies of Help the Police to Suppress Peddlers ten crates of like goods in Geor- W. T. WEEKS. Article 3. (
(Seal Clerk. The capital stock of this corporation shall be You get all t!;$ important
gia. Mr. Johnhon of Ocala receivedon national
Germans, which had rolled to the bottom and Fakers. By R. A. WEEKS. Ten Thousand I$10,000.10) Dollars to be fli- .
; of the crater which the mine explosion an average of 7c a crate for six car 3-3-5t. Deputy! Cle.k. vided into one hundred shares of the par val. state, county news in the Telegraph.BIC I

had made. loads of cantaloupes, while sales at
This is the time of the for fakers -
year West Fla. netted
Key $1.50
and i a grower
"After hour of digging
an to invade Starke to
and
peddlers

i crawling among these bodies comradeswere we got ge ta part of the strawberry money. I a crate.We are again playing a like game.. I !
out into the air. Both my :
so exhausted that they fainted. Fakers are promptly told to leave as On the llth. 12th, 13th: 14th and nth CUT PRICES ;

sheltered soon as they are discovered, ubt peddlers of last month there were shipped to .
4 I watched over them\ being if ,
allowed to sell their wares
are Atlanta Ga.
1,580 and to
packages,
from shells and bullets by the steep their licenses. I ., i.j1II
hours they pay proper Nashville, as large a city, recei.'td
f-ide of the crater. After eight ;
ambulance attendants found Our police force are on the lookoutfor but 495! ; packages. Atlanta reeivtdnearly I Ia

waiting little such people, but sometimes the four packages to Nashville one, I JIl.ii
us and by that time we had but I I I
life left in us." strangers do not enter the more cen- according to populat jlr.. Richmond __ : .

--- tral parts of the city, but work on with a much larger population! nnl I a ;; L in

the outskirts, where they are safe much more densely populated slr-I

CURIOUS BITS from the police. Among the fakersare r-omding country than Atlanta. "ROSE SELLS IT FOR LESS"

included those, both men and women ceived but 851 packages, or les sthan | .1 ftP

OF HISTORY who represent themselves a* sub- two to one. Maccn, Ga. is about one- run Full 4 I'nil 8 YoU 12 Full -ii' '..
Qt. Qts. Qts. Qta. ;
scription agents for papers ant} magazines third the population Nashville, received I9
-- 'f.6 t Murray Hill Club $7,15 $10.70 II J
; they collect in advance and the nearly fifty per cent more 51,00.51.951$3.65 .

BOSTON'S FIRST SETTLER. publications are not sent. Also: men packages same time :Macon receivedfive d. That Four good y..htskAY Roses Sl.50$2.85| $5,501 $10,50815,00 I I P ''I'li,..,, I i 1i c. :

and women who pretend to solicit packages to Nashville one, and
:
A. W. MACV. Banner Rye $ .00I.95 $3.65' $7,15 $10.70 ;j 7-1Pii ;
Dy money for charities. The money they Cahrleston, S. C., with a populationfifty old Kentucky. ; '
Hkd in ; I i P i lH -
WHIm!! Blackstone was Bos get from unsophisticated people theyuse per cent more, received a little a very cholco ...hisk<'. / I, r i I II
ton'a first settler. H.. was a peculiar chief of than WHEN rou THINK or] t.00SI.95 $3.65 $7,15 $10.70 IH
for themselves. Our police more one-third of the packages.A GOOD Lewis 66" $ 1

rtude to character society,, preferring and differing sol- !whenever asks every a faker person or peddler to notify solicits him reveals study this of fact.the carload movements JROSE ? Cream of Kentucky .80,! $I,50 $2.90 $5,65 $ 8.45 1 .- 1 ihul Jj!

from ti. majority In his the* All the above prtcei eiproa collect. al t! L III
business. Phone Xo. 127, and the In round numbers there are 29 million

logic vie vs. He came over chief will promptly come and investigate people in the Southland. Mathewson Standard, Bottled In Bond 1.

from England: about 1623 It U the vendor. During this season there were but .. 4 full $ .651 I full I I \ I' % '
aid, and built a little house on I full quart 75oj 2 full quarts 11.40; .quarts .
the peninsula. Evidently he llvsd A man who solicited pictures for nine cars of lettuce shipped to Southern quarts S5.10; 12 full quarts $7.50. IN U

there abne for several years, framing worked the town one ray last points, 1,678 cars to Northern or Put up in Fives I Bottle 2 Bottle 4 Bottles! 8 Bottles I 1,2 BottlesDUFFYS

but In 1630 he was Joined by week. lie collected in advance but Western points, or one car south to MALT .90 $1.75 $3.40 $ 6.65 $ 9.95 :.

ether settlers. He did not relish has never been seen since. Look out nearly two hundred North and West. Black Label I s IS. $1.25 $2.40 $4.65 $ 9.15 $13.70
such North of the Ohio river and'the South- $3.20 $5.75 $11.35 $17.00
for gentlemen.In
$1.65
the Idea of being surrounded Three Feathers I S S I .
*>y Puritan neighbors, however this connection we also warn our land has a population of about three- HAlO & HAIG Three Star $1.50 $2.85 $5.50 $10.50 $15.00
the whole.
fifths of Yet the East with
and Is said to have told citizens about aiding beggars. A few HAlO 4 HAlO Five Star $ .90 $3.60 $7.00 $13.85 $ .
but two-fifths of the
them that "he Ift England be- of these are in need of charity, but population, received -

cause of his 'Mike: of the lord. many of them fake disabilities and total four-fifths car loads ef of vegetables the shipments.The ship-. V.O.S.BLACK ARMOR RYE (Rose's)) M( !1m

bishops, and now he did not like could do honest work if they wantedto.
this The
ped season was 3,912. South
the lord-brethren." So In 1634 The hard luck stories some of
Blended with 1 4-year-old whiskey ,
received 64 or but one car in each 60. I II
he sold out and removed to amore them tell should be taken with a grainof !!! .MmHttllf" :
4 Full 8 Full 12 Full
2 Full
The South received one car of citrus Full .CWQ..fU..n..u..II..uriii'i
secluded spot. He died In salt for they may be in possessionof '
1BS I In- fruits to each even hundred that has Quart Quarts Quart Quarts Qurt V This effef eiplr.Apr'i Mfn order to I ;
leaving some property, a fat bank account and they know been shipped this season. Or $1.00 $1 .75 $3.50 $6.25 $8.50 tbp... vrcea eIther flu oi. CI" poD., or palt tl) '
one car "
.11'
ClIng a library that was quite how to work up sympathy from the .. yonI' ompr. KIS
large and valuable for thoM credible of each 64 of vegetables went South !(I All the above prices express collect .......' IOtIl' Chattanooga: PIl'uettlp! m'; the following tot '-
ones.
days. This library was destroyed and one car of each seven of citrus : which enclosed please find laontr oM.rfur |..." p

by the Indiana In King Phil- fruits went South. I ALWAYS DO WHAT I ISAYI I WILL DO It..1' :
Hawaiian Crater.Waiapele !
'Ip'. war It Included, accordIng' Lake In Study the above comparison. ..................... ........... ............ ....................
to an Inventory taken at hl, or Green lake, on the Island There are four thousand acres in RANDOLPH ROSE Pres. /

death, "ten paper books." These of Hawaii. is a body of fresh Water strawberries in this state this season.Let's R. M. ROSE COMPANY Name . .. ... .. . ... .. .. .............................
are supposed to have been man In the pit of an old crater near reckon that by right distribution -

UKiiptsvhlcn might have Kopoho. This lake covers an area i it would net the grower about 2c DistillersCHATTANOOGA Express ornro.. .. .. .. .. .. ........ ... . .... ...-

thrown much light on early celo- of about below five the acres surface.and is A fed pumicing by more per quart, 50c per bushel and TENN. Post Office ..-... .......... ....... "..............' .
"lal history. springs they shipped 50 bushels to the acre- U.efuland beautiful premiums

plant takes water from this lake it would be a saving of $100,000 to the Free waIt ROSE f wd*. Write for kook. R. 1",. D. or Street .. ... ......... State ........._._ .
and for irrigation :
domestic
for use strawberry growers this season. 4'J

!ead the Telecrap -$1.50 a year,. purposes. Strawberry shippers, most of your .


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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY;; MARCH 10, 1916.
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LARGEST TREES FOUND DURING CALOMEL DYNAMITESA 1 .,.... :-- LYMAN IS LANDED IN THE a

t P NATAL GRASS IS CONTEST- SLUGGISH LIVER .t ,.'xfpi4.; NEW YORK STATE PRISON Good IIent! .



: r FLORIDA'S NEWt ( of Much considerable data: of value general to foresters interest and has Crashes Into Sour Bile, making : ': Was Committed There After Doubles (the Value

been collected as a result of a big-tree ; j Arrested
You Sick and You Losea Arraignment-Was '
i contest recently conducted by the

t, S STAPLE CROP American: Genetic Association. Sev- Day's Work. x '177 in St. Petersburg.New of Yollvces:
eral hundred photographs and descrip- i a x

t tions of large and unusual native trees A It.if s.-k r-'i U not

1 in various parts of the country were Calomel salivates! It's mercury. York. N. Y., March 2.-Dr. worth half pay. .\ man or

INTRODUCED submitted to theorganization during Calomel acts like dynamite on a slug- John Grant Lyman, alias Joshua woman In i>oo health
j .( WAS FIRST the course of its competition, and gish liver. When calomel comes into Brown, alias John H. Putnam, whose makisa J'OOa!
j INTO COLUMBIA COUNTY through the information thus gathereda contact with sour bile it crashes intoit r alleged mail stocks swindle are said poor sort of n. parent.

.k\ ------- number of exceptional specimens of causing cramping and nausea.If to have netted him hundreds of thou- The -value of r< runa la

:I ., Writer in the Florida Grower Gives certain species have been "discovered." you feel bilious headachy, con- sands of dollars, was arrainged in the the hi>"ie can scircely be

History as to Introduction of This The contest embraced: a search for the stipated and all knocked out, just go federal court here today and remanded (stiin.itJ.. It prwtntamany

I Wonderful Forage Grass largest nut-bearing and nonnutbearing to your druggist and get a 50 cent to the Tombs until tomorrow,
i trees in this country, excludingthe bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone, whichis when argument will be heard-on the ments. J It is ai excellent

I. t gigantic Sequoias of the Pacific a harmless vegetable substitute for government's request that he be heldin remedy, for coughs colds,

: I About twenty years ago,so the story coast, which for size surpass all other dangerous calomel. Take a spoonful $100,000 bail. catarrh grip. slrL;'; fever< ,
i runs, natal grass seed was brought to and if it doesn't liver and Stanton tittd-t feeling.fit .
i trees in the world. The results of the start your Assistant District Attorney
; ; Florida from South Africa. It came contest and pictures of the prize-win- I!I straighten you up better and quicker recalled that two years ago Lyman crown a7I thr.! :: It

: as packing in a box of fruit, and was ning trees are published in the March I:than nasty calomel and without mak- y violated a bond of $20,000: in which he rtr.e w!:*:: "- v..-.: ca.iaffjni

,, scattered around a station yard- where Popular Mechanics Magazine. ing you sick, you just go back and get was held at Los Angeles.Dr. Jo. 30 t t ..::.? LCU.oi : .
and thrived unmolested for
it grew What undoubtedly: is the largest deciduous your money.If Lyman, arrested at St. Peters-

years, finding the light, warm soils, tree now growing in the Unit- you take calomel today be P. TII A G A R D burg, Fla., on February, and wanted Cnn'" .,>',- :" .:''0' ', -. Fcrur.3
rainfall climate Tablo.s! .lu.: .
abundant and equable : IK 1'
: ed States is a sycamore near Worthington sick and nauseated MARION COUNTY here for an alleged swindling
I here an ideal environment. the it salivate while: I' Candidate For a___ .. -..
Ind., which at 5 ft. from may you reached here last night, in the cus-
I In 1891 and 1892 it was introduced COMPTROLLER ......
: I IJ ground measures 42: ft. in. in circumference Dcdson's Liver Tone you Sit Democratic Primary. tody of federal officers.! Deputy United -
J I into Columbia county by the Florida ] Its height is approximately feeling great, full of I Will lie Appreciated. States Marshall W. D. Vinzant oft AMERICAMy :
Station and since then -- -
Experiment 150 dc'ordinr, to local claims, ready for work or play. It's I animal voids fom 90 to 100 Florida, who accompanied the party
i has been planted and tested in many this remarkable: specimen is inferiorto pleasant and safe to give to I them. It is then evident j declared Lyman confided in him on the country, 'tis of dee
\ of the state. While it seems to
parts lone since felled in the same they like it. j I here that if he could have f
well in in which it one portion of the elements: way oper- Sweet land! ? liberty,
has grow been tried every, natal county grass so far has I district which had a girth of 07 feet. VALUE OF ) .\:\ I removed from the soil by ated sir weeks: longer as "John II. Of thee I sing;

I its strongest adherents among the A valley oak which measures 37 ft., Ii! remains on the farm i Putnam & Co." he would have cleanedup Land when my fathers died,
I in. in circumference: was the largest million dollars. Land of
fed and that the a the pilgrim's pride-
farmers of Lake county, where it has : : crops are
of '
: Enormous l.ess ( :
been estimated there over 6,000 nut-bearing tree found duringthe con- of these feeds: is in di- Lyman, who it is believed, was From every mountainsideLet
e. are test. This is situated in San Benito rials May IJe to their composition. about to leave for Spanish ,Hondurason fic"dom ring.
I of this growing. It has
acres grass
!' County, Cal., and reaches to a heightof methods of feeding: a motorboat when he was appre-
started rank
to be easily a
l I j proven eradicate- 125 ft. In a good season it bears a The high price of potash all of the fertilizing sub- hended, boasted that persons throughout -
difficult to
1 i not
: grower, yet My native country, thee
ton of America's largest elm this time
acorns. phosphate at the who sent their
i country
not be returned through moneyto
hence an ideal plant to put into a crop Land of the noble free-
I : 1 I seems to be "The Great Elm" at Weth- much concern among the soil. Allowances must him for investment were above the ,
,, ,; rotation. ersfield, Conn., which at the base hasa pend upon commercial smaU waste in feeding average in intelligence and that "it Thy name I love;
in a
i Its most rapid growth occurs I love thy rocks and rills
circumference of 55 ft. It is ,
these constituents
over
supply : the retention of ni- was a pleasure to him to know that
1 weather from June to some
moist ,
',. lIt warm, supposed to be about 250 years old. cessful production of their and potassium in i he got the best of them." according Thy woods and templed hills;
November during which time two orj
J I I My heart with rapture thrills
If the farmers of this Vinzant.
to
three cuttings were made. Frost injures --- body, and a reasonable Like that above.
the hay, making it very hard or der before the last seeding and another always fully appreciated the loss of these elements from Lyman is quoted as saying that his

'. even impossible to cure. The roots, grown, preferably a leguminous crop I ue of farm manure, and used before it reaches the fields disappearance from New York was not I

however, live through the winter. as in order to add nitrogen to the soil and i land, the present situation losses in view it is safe to due to postoffice inspectors' investi- Let music swell the breeze,
/
1? well as the seed. Natal grass is a thus prepare for another stand of natal much less: acute. The the manure is carefully gation of Putnam & Co., but to the And ring from all the trees,

heavy seeder. The seed is red and grass. I I i fertilizing materials is per cent of the phosphorus fact that Gorham Tufts of Los angeles Sweet freedom's song;

covered with a light, fluffy bloom, Being thin stemmed and low in i this country through careless: and 70 per cent of the who was on his bond of $20,000 Let mortal tongues awake,

; which is red until maturity, when it moisture content, natal grass cures of manure. While many present in the feed when he fled from the California city Let all that breathe partake,

t changes to a light grey or white. The very rapidly. Four hours in the sun getting the most from to the soil. two years ago after being convicted Let rocks their! silence break- ,

seed being so light is carried a great is as long as it should remain, as more produced on their farms, figures we can easily there in a land fraud, was on his track The soTnd:. prolong..

;; distance by the wind. The grass has curing will make it tough and too dry.It could well exemplify the actual value of the ma- and secret service nen were trailinga

I i! frequently spread over hundreds: of should then be stored in the barn or farmer in this matter who a given amount of feed. We chauffeur formerly in his employ in Our fathers' God, to Thee,

, acres by this natural method of wind under shelter, loosely packed and not fully and utilizes every our values upon normal the hopes of learning his whereabouts. Author of liberty,

distribution. The seed germinates in sooner than four weeks after cutting. nure available. materials as fol Postoffice inspectors: who went to To TI.w I sing;

the spring as soon as the weather be- Treated this way it will remain tender The farmer who feeds as Florida to get the fugitive, say he Long may our land be bright

comes warm and moist, usually in and will not mold, heat nor sour subsequently stock as possible doubly may figure Cents protested: to them that Putnam & Co. With freedom's holy light;

April or May. his receiving First from the : per pound____________ -0 I was "solvent" and that he would makea Protect us by thy might,
Seed should not be covered deeply, Natal hay has a very high nutritive crops: :: acid, per pound nn__ 4 fight to oust the receiver. lie also Great God; our King.

but merely dusted over with earth to value. Horses, mules, cows and other of feeds: through live stock; pound______________ 5 told them, they said, that once "whenhe ----. -

t, insure germinaticn. stock are very fond of it, showing from the fertilizing portions of the manure was an honest broker" he was there are ways and ways of handling
left in the
Natal grass stools out from the root marked preference for this hay over are manure.: three-fourths of the ni- cleaned out of a fortune of $300,000. this exercise of dictation. If the work "

I sending up many shoots, which grad- the old stand-by, Timotljy. While natal I of ash the which nitrogen is in,the phosphorus feeds is, nearly all of the potash lIe then became a "sort of get-rich- be not don with patience and extreme ,

ually make a thicker stand of hay. It grass is not as fattening as cow- I I in the from the live animal. Therefore, it is quick" operator. They said he boasted care, it well-nigh useless. If the "4t,

is often started commercially by set peas or beggarweed, it contains more manure that as much of the of having reaped a "soft graft" work is done with patience and -extreme ..3
landowners farmers and
ting plants in the field, depending upon valuable protein than Timothy and is soil should ,always be, keenly be saved as possible. last year promoting premium bondsin vary it will certainly repay the :

these to seed and thus spread natur- more valuable for feeding work stock.A this fact I accomplished by using Switzerland. teacher who has at heart the good
of and
ally. In the light, warm soils of South comparison of the two shows the management accordingly.employ amount of nedding to ab Vinzant asserted that Lyman told training of the pupils in the way of

t Africa, Australia and Hawaii, this following: It is well-known fact by allowing it to drain into him if Putnam & Co. had investedthe accuracy in. their writing.If .

j grass has become widespread, being Natal Grass. Timothy. mal uses a the nitrogen, of somesort. Spread money entrusted to the firm dur- I may be permitted I should like /
known as red-top. Moisture.9.73; Hr ct. 13.2 per ct. and other while fresh is generally ing "the boom" which it created in oil to describe as briefly as I can the 5'
potassium
,
I The quickest way to obtain a stand Fiber n_36.75 per it. 39.0 per ct. feed stuffs to build the Where this is im- stocks Lyman would have realized a methcd of handling dictation exercises .
is Ash ____ 5.02 perct. 4.4 per ct. up it should be stored under great deal more Fifteen thou-
of natal grass by seeding, using ten I the work of the body money. in a school where the results have
; to fifteen pounds of seed per acre. The Protein__ x.15 per ct. 5.9 per ct. on duce milk, work, wool, ,etc. a concrete pit, and always sand dollars in currency and 100 proved their effectiveness. '
first seding is all that is necessary to Thus it shows that natal grass is a : "Fire-fanging" can shares of steel stock, which his cap- It will perhaps
same time we must be simpler and easierif
I obtain a permanent stand of the grass. more concentrated feed, contains less of these involve the by keeping it quite moist. tors say they found on his person, I may bp'allowed to the
assume excellence -
processes
: The seed bed should be prepared by moisture, and because of its higher further information re- 'have been forwarded here from Florida of
down of the method
and breaking the
up and give
I ploughing to a depth of four to six protein content contains more bone the of care and use of manures it was announced.OX in
and component parts description the form of directions.
I inches and following with a smoothing and muscle building elements than with the department
en-down cells thrown off First chote
are a suitable book, not
WRITING ENGLISH any
i t harrow, leaving the surface in a well Timothy. experiment station.
matter.In prepared t o t-book the
on subject buta
pulverized condition. This preparing Natal grass is a most profitable crop ----- ,
-
I this waste matter we LEADING book of f>neral literature
by
of soil may be done in early spring. to grow in Florida. It finds a market elements in TOBACCO By the word correctly I refer to reliable printed
as some house
same were which
TOWN
I The seed should be sown at the rate of readily, bringing about $20: a ton. The in such plain matters as spelling, punc- employs
stuffs consumed.
Except competent proof-readers. The schoolto
; ten to fifteen pounds per acre. It is best grade of natal grass which isonly tuation, and the uses of capitals and .
animals whose which I
growing
refer made ofSmile's
mix the seed with moist sandto obtained by proper fertilization, brings N. C. Tobac- large use
well to in size Leading: quotation marks. Of course there wasa I
insure even distribution. After around $25 a ton. The cost of cutting, creasing practically I Town in the World time when spelling hardly countedat Jf-Help, printed by the
amount of nitogen, I Harpers. Care in the selection
the seed broadcast. with curing, hauling, packing, bailing, fer- all. assures
sowing cover The Father of,His Country is
voided in the the
potassium
are tenchpe of in
correct
., a bush drag, to prevent the seed from tiliding and cultivating will run from were contained in the feeds are extracts from an ad- said to have spelled the same word in regard td a standard
punctuating and other nice-
;- blowing away, and to aid in its germ- four to six dollars per acre per cutting. exact percentage of these J'E. by Col.! A. D. Watts, four different ways on the same page, ties of gee;I usage. Read slowly aloud
I ation. The average yield should be from
l' voided by live stock varies Internal Revenue for the and I have read the manuscript letterof phrase byj-hrase: clause clause
one-half to three-quarters of ton or by ,
seed should be a per
Only ripe
sown. well-bred
a old
written
limits, depending largely of North Carolina, at a lady, in about as much would fill
Seed which is gathered before matur- acre per cutting. Such yield would 1808 in which she as every
the Twin spelled the
and kind of animal amount by City Club same
other line <.!} two of
leave net profit of from six to nine pages an ordinary
a
I ity germinates poorly. The word in three different
I very proper eaten, work which the animal February 4th 1916: ways in one exercise book. Tell only where the
I time to gather seed is when the dollars per acre per cutting--not deducting letter. But in modern
we
and various other factors. ways expect
Comparisons periods fJ.J.! The
hairy seed covering has lost all of its the interest on the invest educated pupils are to writein
people to have a for
and growing animal retains care
ment. Depending the size of the is supplying one- i ink an/t on every other line, so as
red color and becomes light Too upon i
: grey. spelling, and while it is
not sin to
of these elements in
the a
part the chewing and to leave
smoking space for the corrections. Af-
much importance cannot be attached crop and number of cuttings, this will
I tissues of the body. A dairy in the United spell words incorrectly, it an offenseat ter the
States firtit
: to the gathering and selection of this give a yearly profit of from twenty to1] least against good form and also reading is finished, read !
of them in the ,
portion asign
a the
i i', seed. Be sure it is ripe. forty dollars per acre. In view of the vast quantities to of bad training.I pass:\gg' over more rapidly, care-
portion of them in the
.
a This statement is taken fully observing the
An economical -to start natal fact that one man can handle a large : punctuation. Gather -
way
milk. A herd horse am inclined to think that lat
: grass is to interplant cultivated crops acreage of hay, and also that this crop working of the Commissioner' people of young the booK: at once:, and correct them
j
twenty-five
I with the grass which will seed itself is safe, not subject to risks, as are so Revenue for the first quar likely to spell better than years the ago were home with red ink. Of course the '1
of Florida natal hay fiscal year and from young corrections must be made in such 1
I I filling the space left when the cultivated many our crops people of today. Wherever I make inquiry a
desirable! and from Washington, as careful n'CJmer that the will be
crop is harvested. This leaves makes a very profitablecrop I hear complaint of bad pupils ;
I some of the fertilier applied on the to grow. quarter, which ended the ignorance of spellingand impressed !i.y your care. The careless

crop to increase the stand of the natal The Florida demand for natal hay is i "Cured"Mrs. last. mong boys and who punctuation a- correction any exercise is a dangerous -

grass. For example, if natal seed is practically unlimited. Florida imports is making one-seventh: of of school. Business girls men will are just tell out bid f'! :- future carelessness in the
products you
millions of dollars' worthof -chewing and pupil.
sown or plants set between watermelon some that it is difficult
I to find
I rows at the time of the last cultivation hay annually, most of it being Tim- Jay McGee.of cigars, cigarettes who can write correctly. It young is men Returi .ne books the following: day,
not
; i the grass will grow during the othy. There are also imported over enville,Texas, writes: in the United to find easy and mate this exercise of returningthe

II warm summer months, and if not cut five million in butter. two million in nine ((9)) years I suffered manufactureres are pay- spell young well and women know as typewriterswho books: as interesting as possible.
the
will produce enough seed to insure a beef.: These dairy products and beef womanly trouble. 1 had about $37,000 a day monsense elements of even com- Talk ssbo', the mistakes. Let the class
to the punctuation.
thick stand in the fall. are grown largely on grass; they could rible headaches and pains government and Several I tried know thai John's had only ore m inswimIl1
Usually, seed is sown about May and should all be produced in Floridaon back is increasing from month years ago four stenographers that f's
It Andrew
., i i my etc. seemed When in succession, three of them Ji; had two
1st. The crop will then be ready to grass and feed grown locally. 1 would die, I suffered so. the your government high school graduates, and could not in pl'lfl's [';r, that Robert failed to put
\ cut about the last of July. The grass Natal hay is a profitable crop withan last, I decided to try handsomest in the be at all satisfied with the quest>;Vi mark where it was needed
of the
I assured market. It has the added completed last July at a any one
should be cut when about thirty to and so ojj time
much
the woman's tonic, and : 0,000 four because of positive ignorance in Fully as per-
> ,
inches is advantage of being an absolutely safe your newspapers
I thirty-five high. It possible these haps moi time should be given to the
simplest
to get five cuttings a year. Normally crop, so safe indeed that barks todayare helped me right away. statement that the taxes correct conventionalities of return o' the books as was given to
loaning the beforeit full treatment not only city to Uncle Sam for the writing. I remember once receiving -
on
two or three cuttings is the yearly average money crop the dictaion on the previous day.
with an annual average yield is ready to sell.! This fact shows me, but it cured me." of its occupancy would a letter from a young lady who
Since professed to have attended collegeone If the jjfctn here outlined be followed
I per acre of one and one-half to two natal hay to be on a par with grain in Septemberit has
I fraction year and was making pupils v.'J, almost certainly learn to
TAKE application
the elevator over
i and one-half tons, depending the or cotton in the ware- seven aver- )
f j' grade of soil, climatic conditions and house. It is a crop destined to be one : here to equal its for a position to teach English. In he- spell and;unctuate accurately. Moreover -

I treatment of crop. of Florida's greatest staples and is going this week, Mr. Cranford letter there were eight common words thcl are two additional virtues

i In the late winter or early spring to play a very important part in Cardui I in S20fi,428.0.: I predict which were spelled incorrectly. It in dictatijiji. First, by the use of good
101G! shall was evident that this had selection'* .Cor these exercises the pu-
the natal field is cultivated with a the agricultural development of she I have ended your lady never
:
I been taught the simplest pils constantly:: see and gradually learn
1 r spike-tooth' or disc harrow, to cut the state. payments to the gov principles ofcultivated
I : roots and thus stimulate new shoots. I tobacco will more than pay writing. the strt;lure of well-balanced anwellrourtfed $

j A shallow culti'ationll not prevent COLDS QUICKLY RELIEVED The Woman's Tonic building, leaving Our scholars of the past two decades sentences. Secondly, by

i the seed on the soil from germinating Many people cough and coughfromthe for the other fifty-one with some exceptions, while not intending following j a good author the pupils

t 'I by covering: too deeply, as plowing bejrining: of Fall right through to Cardui profit to the govern- to do so, have failed to teach constant-v: see, and gradually learn
I Others cold helps women in correct the corr-ft use of words, and thus increase -
Ii'i would be sure to do. Spring. get after cold. writing. just as they have fail-
After the harrowing, a light top Take Dr. King's New Discovery and of greatest need Shipment's ed to teach the fine art of reading t t':it vocabulary. The patientand

"! dressing' of fertilizer is applied. Alkaline you will get almost immediately relief. contains ingredients which is shipping on an aloud. The main cause of the failure care 'Il l writing of sentences from

;,' I fertilizer should be used containing It checks your cold stops the racking, specifically, yet gently, on day to all parts of this is perhaps the same in each case, too dictation:Enforces the attention to all

I t a high percentage of nitrogen and rasping, tissue-tearing cough raw I weakened womanly to foreign: lands at least much to be done in too little time. Examine thesepffats..-By James H. Dillard,

" p phosphoric acid. This will make a the inflammation, soothes the So, if you feel > tobacco products. the daily schedule in most of in The 'Seders'I.FOR Forum.
tubes. Easy to take, Antiseptic and blue, out-of-sorts, unable our schools -
from the
t rapid growth and produce an abundance Winston-Salem manu- especially fourth !.\'OUR CHILD'S COUGHIf
; of seed. Apply from two to four Healing. Get a 50-*. bottle of Dr. do your household work, tobacco, all tobacco pro- through the eighth grade, and see the you? child has a cold, nose runs or

hundred pounds per acre per year, King's New Discovery: and keep it in account of your condition, into this statement, rush, the hop-skip-and-jump. It is a coughs r*uch get a small bottle of Dr.

using it as a top dressing after the the house. "It is certainly a great worrying and give Card city on earth, big or wonder that any steady, accurate work Bell's Pire-Tar-Honey. Its a pleasant

i, spring cultivation and after each cut medicine and I keep a bottle of it continually trial. It has helped she is easily first is done. Pine-Tar-Honey syrup, just what chil-

ting. The grass will grow continuously on hand" writes W. C. Jesse- of women,-why not population consid- In this matter of teaching the cor- dren Jilt? and just the medicine to

for a number of years on the same man, Franconia, N. H. Money back if Try Cardui America and I believe, in rect writing of English perhaps some soothe tie cough and check thecold.

i land. but like all other grasses, will, not satisfied but it nearly always ; socially, a never failing de blame may be laid upon the methods After taking, children stop fretting,

after several years, produce less abun- help. ((1)) friends." employed. In my observation and ex- sleep gj.id and are soon entirely well.

: dantly. It should then be plowed un- Read the Telegraph-$1.50 year. a Leviton's. perience I have seen nothing so goods Insist; Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey.

.- --- .. 1 the simple method of dictation; but 25c.. at -your Druggist. ((1)

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FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1916. .. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH', STARKE FLORIDA. rAGE! ELEVEX r
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, SERVED IN THIS COUNTRY DISTRICTS ARE CHANGED I :I

(Continued From Page 1.) (Continued From Page: 1.) I 1I I 1 MEN WOMEN BOYS-GIRLS LITTLE CHILD. ENi


tion," "A number of investigationshave of SW?{ of section 16, thence southon
shown that the state of the infantat quarter section line to stake. Said '

birth is greatly affected by the con- proposed line being advertised for 30 (! JOIN
ditions under which the mother has days as required by law, said petitionwas OURCHRISTMAS TOD1Yii

lived during the previous months. The taken up for consideration. W.

children of working women who were B. Kuhl being present made complaintof

able to lest during the later monthsof the line passing through his land, !
pregnancy are t oa marked degree After investigation the board made a H i BANKING CLUE

larger and finer than the children of slight change in said line satisfactory

working women who have pursued to Mr. Kuhl. Upon motion and second i ,

their occupation to within a short time the petition for the opening of

of their confinement, even though the said road was granted, the petitionersto :

women who thus pursue their work open and place said public road in i d/iAfTOLc raH

may be entirely healthy and robust. traveling condition without expense to : )

Moreover, such rest is a powerful the county.

agent in preventing premature birth. Petition presented by Wash I. Rob- .
This is an important matter, for the erts et al asking for a change in the : '"
child who is born before its time comes public road from what is known as the ; 1

Into the world in a relatively unpro- Jones place to the Cason place on the I I /jff7T
tected state, and is unduly liable to Raiford and Lake Butler road, said 1 1I

perish or else to lead a permanently change to be as follows: Instead of I I

enfeebled life. Opportunity for com- turning off at the Jones place, wish the

pleting its development is of immenseand road to turn off near the S. H. moore'' I

lifelong importance to the new- place and to run on the mile I

born infant, while the rest is also of line to the Cason place. After consid-I I I .
,;ri
benefit to the mother, who cannot with ering the petition and the i
impunity stand the double strain of back of said petition, upon motion and:
work and of nourishing the future second, change granted. It was fur- I .i I

child within her. Yet the importanceof ther ordered that the three-fourth of 4-1_
for in its a mile of road from the S. II. Moore'' :
such rest bearing
women i I'; .
on the elevation cf the race and the pl<.ce bo discontinued as a public road. ,1 1 JF YOUGW j 1\-
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,5f'r I I
Bond of Lem Sapp for constable of /
lightening of soc;al urdens i is still understood -
u'lJ tr"Jti OUR as>< i, .
eighth district presented and approved. r; f ti Kw f a+
by few. i sl K 4uy i iJr>,3 t 4Ij -t tu5
I ;( j
:
Dr. Holmes has said: Wo are omnibuses ,
Upon motion'and second ?fi grantedfor I '
in which our ancestors ride' r' ,
which is only another way of saying I the care and support of A. J. Brai I PlliffiNothing I. ,

that the sins Jf the father are visited den. :' T' a I
unto the third and fourth generations. |I By petitions: the following lamed N $318: ? I

Healthy parents are most likely to persons: were placed upon the pauper ,
j :
have healthy children. The Indiana |]'I !roll and to be paid per month the following -k---.r'12Z' ?$?* UZt< Nr y. ZL, I I,

Child Creed, published in the Indiana !i : Thomas Py-il, $4; Martha I ? ;I Join 4 I :
( ,
j j Wilker"oi, $:!; Affie Scott, $J: ; Isaac ee Ss o dijan&itWHAT ; I
Health Bulletin, sums up the subjectin I I' Clark $2.Petition. f-- V .
these words: "Every child has the J $ ; r,
i I asking that James: P inalienable right to be born free: from i
I be roll motion -
disease, free from deformity and withpure I placed upon pauper by :
blood. Every child has the inalienable i and second, petition refused. THE DIFFERENT .
CLUBS WILL PAY YOU
Petition asking that Newman children -
,
right to be loved; to have his !I
be placed upon pauper roll was ;
individuality respected; to be trained
laid until next meeting, pending .f
wisely in mind body and soul; to be I over

protected and from from disease evil persons, from ,evil and influences to- orphans investigation Bill of home.Dr. of J. P.placing! Tomlinson them for h the$4, i' 2C. CLUB 5C. CLUB 10CCLUB 25CCLUB 50CCLUB $1 CLUB CjCUIBi I :t

have a fair chance in life. In a word
to be brought up in the nurture and professional services rendered: A. J.I 1st Wk 2c 1st Wk 5c 1st Wk l lOc i I !j

admonition of the Lord." j ond Braiden, payment, pauper refused., upon motion and sec- 2nd Wk 4c 2nd Wk l lOc 2nd Wk 20c 1st Wk 25c 1st Wk 50c 1st We $1.00 1 \>'k $2.00 i

face If the poverty baby,is ignorance born well and it must neglect then: Criminal cost bill, State of Florida I 3rd Wk 6c 3rd Wk 15c 3rd Wk 30c 2nd Wk 25cDeposit 2nd Wk 50cDeposit 2nd We $1.00Deposit 2nd f/K !$2.00;:

which Dr. Holt says are the main fun- vs Wm. E. Davis for for illegal sale of of 4th Wk 8c 4th Wk 20c 4th Wk 40c \
liquor, was presented payment ,
damental causes of infantile mortal- witnesses in said case. Upon motion i 5th Wk lOc 5th Wk 25c 5th Wk 50c feposit ;
is the rock that wrecks (
ity. Feeding of Commissioner Dowling, seconded by 25c Every 50c Every $1.00 Every S2.&.0 Every .
the frail bark of infant life in most i IncreaseEvery IncreaseEvery IncreaseEvery
Commissioner Underhill that the witnesses l Week
Week
Week I
instances. Ten bottle babies die to I Week
be paid. Upon vote of said Week Week Week ;
one that is breast-fed. Holt be-
every board payment refused. | by 2c by 5cTotal by lOc
i in
lieves that ignorance feeding caus- I
State pension claim of Mrs. Amelia ,,j Total in Total in Total in Total in a
deaths bad milk.
es quite as many as I Total in in
Total in
The story is told that during the siegeof Ann Beck appro\ed. [ 40 40 40 I 40 I
Contract for the lease of ten state | 40 40 40 '
to I IpriH.ners
Paris the women were compelled Weeks Weeks Weeks Weeks
nurse their own babies on account of from the commissioners of I i I Weeks Weeks Weeks I '
state Institutions to the county comrricsioners -
the absence of cow's milk. Infant mor- -


tality ing famine.the fell cotton from Men crisis 33 and to in 7 women 1860 per cent.there starved Dur-wasa asking I'itition that signed was election signed by district L.by C. Smith said be grant-board.et al i j j',i I': : $16.40 $41.00 $82.00 $ O.OO. $20.00 $40.00 80.00 I #-


ed and) numbered 11, ar.d voting place
and on account of no money to buy artificial I
to be at Graham, Florida, boundaries
babies. food One-half, the women of their nursed mortality their of. said district designated and to be : HOW TO JOIN-IT COSTS NOTHING TO JOIN IT MEANS SUCCESS AND HAPPINESS TO YOU 'j

disappeared.Two as follow: Commencing at a point, i It is Very Easy to Join Our Christmas Banking Club
babies die minute in the where the section line dividing sections i Money spent is money GONE-Money banked is ,

United States and every one of them froma 34 and 33:: township 7, south of I All you need to do is to come into our bank with lOc money SAVED. :1

preventable disease. There are on river range for 21 a East point, intersects of beginning Santa, thencerun Fe 5c, 2c, or 25c, 50c, $1.00 or $2.00 and tell us which club The systematic method of saving money in our .._-

an average death, 28 therefore cases: of, 1,680,000 sickness to baby ev north on said section line to SE you wish to join. We will make you a member of the club Christmas Banking Club makes it easy for 'all to SAVE :

cry of section 15, township 7, Southof and give BANK BOOK the Club .
illnesses that could have been prevented corner you a showing you have and HAVE money. \
21 east, thence west on sec- .
by knowledge and care. One death tion range line to SW corner of section 18, i.( : joined. The "saving habit" is one of the best habits anyone 1

out of every four is caused by diar- township 7, south of range 21 east, :' I We want every MAN WOMAN and CHILD in this can have. Children should be taught it early. 1 c :
filth disease by
rhoea, preventable .
screening a stables, water closets and thence south on section line to Santa : i city to join our Christmas Banking Club and we extend to Ask any wealthy man how he "got his start" and he ,

houses; by breast feeding, care and Fe river river to point, thence of beginning.easterly along Upon said motion -I all a cordial invitation to come into our Bank and join this will tell you that he saved and banked his money. !

cleanliness.It is not.necessary that babies have and second, petition for the crea- I'! I club. Come in NOW. Get your start. Join our Xmas Banking Club today. :

tion of said district was granted, and 1 _
the usual contagious diseases of child- .

hood, such as measles, whooping cough that board all at former their regular action meeting taken by February this- ;:' WE PAY YOU 4 PER CENT ON YOUR CHRISTMAS SAVINGS \{
diptheria, scarlet fever and tubercu- .
,
7th, 1916, regarding boundaries,
losis. Those that are so careless as .
etc., be rescinded and are hereby can- I '
these and dan- I
to contract unnecssary
diseases should be denied the celled. BRADFORD COUNTY I
gerous : BANK STARKE
privilege of public places where chil- Notary public bond of II. T. Taylor '' ,

dren are likely to assemble, until such presented and after investigationsaid -- -- .- n' .. _. I
time as they shall have recovered from bond approved. I I : -- -- --=--: ___. __ _' _= __ ___ -- -- .,

the contagion. Whereas, This board in' creating ._-- .- .. I
-- -----
election district Xo. 10 (Now River) !', i iI --- -- L,.
Intelligent motherhood will solve district No. i 5, therefore ii I
at their meeting January 3rd, 1916, ranges 22 and 23: thence north on said ;,
?
these problems. Already the leave violated section of chapter 59<1X, I!|I Be it Resolved, That the boundaries I range line to point of beginning. Voting !1 i Starke) Telephone .w nipfJM yel-eflg4, x
is working. New York City is training Laws of Florida, -in that said election :1|I of said election district i No. 10, be so j place at Hampton, Florida. 'i iI .I Sid W T.J. Jones Wwks TYIJelO 1 mo| H

22,000 school girls, over the ace district as created lies partly in the i j 1: changed and amended as to comply [I Boundaries of election district No. I'. L. Williams! (

of twelve, how to care for babies. county commissioners district No. 4?!>I: with said section 2 of chapter oS! and :'! 5, as follows: 1 C.City A.Light Knjfiht Plant supvr- j
with real babies borrowed
Trained nurses and p >rty! in county commissioners''1. read as follows to-wit: Beginning at Beginning at NE corner of section D. E. Knitiht Co atty
for the demonstration are showing -.- -- --. ._--. New River on section line dividing sections 1 1, township 7, south range 20 east | Quigley Lumber Co. "
.:
J. II. Crews 1 day
the steps in the care and feedingof nation. And the only way permcnnently :' ;; 20 and 21, township 6, south of i. and run west on township line to the ]I .\. H. Williams do I
babies. Other schools will soon to conserve the manhood and :: range 20 east, arci run south on section X\V corner of section 4, thence north i I| D. W. I'mholster do_ | all the |
I _
take it up, for the training is practical: womanhood i is to conserve the (child-j i>I line to township line dividing I on section line to New River, thence J.S. U T. rndrrhill Ikmhnit do do and stan-

and much more useful than some of I hood." !!I! townships (5( an.I 7, thence east on paid: 'i. westerly along said river to Santa Fe ;j C. M. IouliD tax that ti
the work (studies) now being given ---- -- | \ and I
line I river thence said
to range line dividing ranges 20 | southeasterly along Total r -
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in the curriculum. HOUSEHOLD CARES j i ar.d 21, thence north on range line to i I! liver to range line dividing ranges 20 Road adapted ; (
Closing this article I will ue the i i Xew j iliver, thence southwesterly along 'I and 21, thence north along said range i H. O.: Brown I climate +y 74
words of Ex-President Roosevelt, "It Tax the Women of Starke The Same I IJ. !,f. Fralick : ,
I! said river to point of beginning, being I I line to point of beginning Voting Quigley Lumber j,' make f
would be a dreadful calamity to con As Elsewhere. embraced wholly within county !I I place at Brooker, Florida. i i 1'erry Newman shipment
tinue to waste and destroy the resources 'I ''J. W. Jones do _- seasonable
commissioners district No. 5, with toting I The following bills were appro.edI Dave Woodard do
of the nation as until a few years Hard to attend to household duties I I r
I place at New River. I i I scrip drawn for same: i, A. H. Williams 4
ago we were wasting and destroying With a constantly aching back.A | Rogers & Hainan It
In the creation Pauper Allowance !
I of election district I
L. F. Ostttn
them, as we still in certain respec' woman should not have a bad Mary Ward 400
-
No. 11 and amending the boundaries ____ _. J. S. Gnner cutting
But it wouldbe Martha Catlin 3.00
continue them. I -
to destroy
back. j H. D. asden "' :Ai
of election district No. 10 the boundaries Nancy Conner .___. 4.00 _
because ber ___ __ C
an even worse calamity, And she seldom would if the kidneyswere Mary Brooks 2.00 -- No. 4 '
irremedial and destroyed I of election districts No. 5, 6 Vinci Dyess :!.OO Bradford Co. Bank .r
if we wasted well.Doan's C. L. Carter lumber Rod .
and 7 were affected and are changedas Ervin HiKKinbotham :.OO ', I :; :
the manhood and womanhood of the Kidney Pills are endorsedby lohn McLennon 5.00 E.1' R'gdon; .
thousands. follows, to-wit: Mrs. Breeze _______.__________________ 7.00 Horace Douglass i l !'
Boundaries of election district No. Amanda Thomas 2-00 J. L. Underbill 2 Have been used in kidney troubles Lee Crosby -.... 10.00 D. W. I'inholster 1 I ,
follows -
6, as : J. W. Nessmith '
50 Emeline Grime 3.00
over years.
RUB OUT PAIN Marion Reddish
Commencing on range line dividing Caroline Griffis 3.00Mrs.
Read what this Starke woman W. B. McKinney do
says:
D. M. McKnight .. 3.00 Caro- i
with good oil liniment. That's Mrs. J. D. Hurst, Starke, says: "My ranges 22 and 23, where the townshipline O. J. Campbell _____.__- 300 T. J. Moore gen
E. Kit repairing .1't the small :r
dividing townships 5 and 6 intersects y
_
Dyal
the back weak and lame and I Banner 5.00
them. was "
surest way to stop very D. L. Phillips do
said line for of Starling Sisters 6.00 Two Crop. '
range a point
often found it hard to do house- I J.P. Tomhiuon
The best rubbing liniment is my Wade McKaight 3.00 '
I thence J. B. Dowling '' Nai
beginning, run westerly en said .
work. When I stooped, I could hard- I Lizzie Willis 2.00 -
township line to the range line dividing Rufus Jackson _._.._...- 3.00 J. ft. yowling pay Sorghum,
ly straighten up. I was urged to tryDoan's I Mrs. N. D. Newmans 5.00 J. B. baling : : i
j ranges 20 and 21, thence south on J. B. Dowling feed Rhodes's
MUSTANGLINIMENT Kidney Pills and I did so. I I Martha Rifw ___. 2.50
i said line to the SW of Su.' Kelley Gold Kagle Grocery Kaffir a
I have never been sorry I took this' range corner an 10.00 O. A. Dover repairs : 1
I medicine, as it strengthened my back section 18, township seven, range 21 Wm.L. L.Lang Hairan.._ 2.50 3.00 D. W. Carter work Vehet .
east: thence east on section line to the Rachel Stokes Smith & William and I 1
j 200
I and the pains went away. pl.es: etc _______ :
Price 50 cents at all dealers. Don't 3 county line, thence north on county Joseph A. J. Braiden Bryant__ 2.00 2.00I Henry 1.. Fowler I Seed Rice..

r simply ask for a kidney remedy getDoan's line to point of beginning. Voting .UK* Hunter .__________________ 3.00 S.I I. E.I'Summers Harden do do I Li.
Kidney Pills-the same thatMrs. place at Starke, Florida. \V. J. Glisson ._ 3.00 E. J. Lewis "' l and I i
| Boundaries of election districto.. l.rr Smith 3.00 W. E. Lewis : Bar
Good for the Ailments of Hurst had. Foster Milburn Co.. Rachel Taylor .... 2.00 I S. T. Do'lin/ 2 i i : Lib.f .. ,J
7 follows: Prce
Y. as ; : i El'7abt.th Hunter 2.00 r
Hones, Mules, Cattle, Etc. Props., Buffalo, N. ((17)) I I Commencing at NE correr of section Florence Holton ______________________ :tOO Total _________. 1
J. C. Box!: 3.00
Good for your own Aches, Hoover Bros. have a verycomplete 24, township 7, south range 22! ,' John Wruht IIe'e-__ "-..00warren ?. R. Denmark Fine and i SEED CO.. r
Pains east, on county line, thence west on L } 3.00 S. U. 7t0A. ,,,
Rheumatism, Sprains, line of picture fraT.esand'mouldings. Mm E. C. Crews and daughter 500 Denmark< f ; +
section: line to the NW corner of section -i Wasden I i
Cuts, Burns, Etc. If you have a l. 23: township 7, south range 21 i: Sarah Deck' Wood -_ .OO 2.00 Total ______.___ j l

2Sc. SOc. $1. At all Dealers. picture you want framed takeit east, thence south on section line to I J.filters S. Rosier-;..burial of one of Starting 7;.50 Board : i Pale and Sickly
Santa Fe river thence i I day in April, +hening tonic.
I, southeasterlyI S. B. Denmark care of A. J. Braiden. 2.50 ttreng
a to them and they will give I'd. D. Newmans do S.OO TOMC dpveioiu r '
{ Santa Fe river (same being the i --- ------------ ndbOld uptlie r

Bead the Tele rap'! -$1.50 a year you a good job at a low price.; county line) to range line dividing Total ------------- ---------- 1 3.0Q i adults and cluldrca. SOC
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: : i j County News Item! Mrs. Spickard.: of Brader.town i; 1 ROOFING It

f, -per,?ir.g a few weeks at the home of :,
: i her daughter Mr R. K. Davis.

'I;, 1 Mr. O. Rusibach moved here from r
) Interesting Facts Gathered During the Week by Our 1 Hampton last week and has oper.ed *

." Regular Correspondents. up a jewelry store in the store building Carload Just :
: A Received
occupied by Mr. H. C. Padjett. :I ,
Mr. Rumbach is a practical watch

maker. jeweler and optician.
here, had the misfortune! of losing a Mr. W. E. Baker of Jacksonville

', .: 'I \'trnice horse lately. ,, was a guest last Sunday, at the home We have stocked Carload of Roofing all grades
Mr. D. W. Pinholster. of Lake Butler of Sire and Mrs. J. F. White. : a .1l,

proud owner of a new Ford, was Mr. H. D. Randall was a business : r

I I in BreAker. W. F.Saturday.Mr. Hir.es, a. progressive farmer i I i visitor Mrs. to D.Ocala M. Tanksley last Friday., of Jacksonville : Prices $1.25 to $7.00 per squire.

of Alachua county, was here Fri '
r was visiting relatives in Lawte E
day afternoon. I Friday. t' 3

Miss Gertrude Thomas is attending Mr?. J. J. McLeod was a visitor to

I,"' the Mr.normal L. T.here.Shaw, one of Brooker's Starke Mrs. A.Tuesday.M. Van Dyke was visitor Ii QUigley Lumber & Supply Co. "!

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former citizens, who is living at Arcadia ; to Jacksonville last Friday and Satur-

:, .. I now, was in Brooker for a few 7 i day.

t days last week. I Rev.. T. B. Lawrence preached atI ,1-- :I ?I'
I All are cordially invited to be present I I Saxton last Sunday afternoon. E Starke FI on d. !

\ at the union every Sunday night i, Mr. Ernest Wells, of Lake Butler, ,

I'I The here rain by was our very farmers.sincerely welcomed ;I the has large accepted handsome a position store as of clerk Mr. J.inI : -III 111 ill uulUmiMJiUaJMiaiauaHiiilm i I III III 111111111 11I1111. 1II11I11I111 l l 11111I 11111111 j jI

:; We are glad to how that Dr. Rusj j C. Cone. -
1
it j sell is able to be up again. ;i Miss Maude Silvester, of Syracuse, !I ia.a .t> .Ir .v' '$ $ p. 41 +t-t..I. I I I H I I II I IIIII I I II I H ++t-+'-F+++++++I +I #I 111111: mJ\;
i I j' Mr. I. W. Pinholster! and Julian: Co!- 111., is spending a few weeks at the

'lins drove over in Alachua county home of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Tease in I} .
!! Saturday afternoon in regard to the t:i East Lawtey. .I II ?> LAKE BUTLER. : I HIinSDFP't STORE

I extension of Route; No. '. j Rev. A. D. Buck of Indiana arrived y ;, iI ; ; i
I I. ; ; ; ;> ; ?> > ; $ J !' 4 '! ,
Miss Inez :Markey: and Ir.a Crews
\ : br will assist the "P
and
Monday : Rev S. S. Proctor i is just home from I' 1
Wi're"istir.; in Booker last Saturday
I i
:: afternoon pastor in the revival rr.eetingwhich Taylor county, where he had ;' THE PLACE TOBUYSTRAWBERRY ;
I are lei-.cr: held at the Methodist Episcopal n'I ,
1:' \\ 1 Mrs. Lydia Anderson and her ch'urch. Rev. Buck is looking after some mission; work i.I J % GATES
a powerful -
that county. Mr. Proctor has spentquite .
i granddaughter, Julia spent last week I
I i of and ;
man God a noted evamrelit. t STRAWBERRY CUPS
'. Mr. Lem Anderson, of Ar.tioch. a lot of time in mission work;:
; of the
f \i 31T;. And-rson will celebrate her 73r j this community Many have Christian been praying people forthe of in Florida. He preached last Sunday"it i CRATE NAI6S '

birthday soon. She i is in perfect health at Sapp. ; Corn. Oats Bran Shorts Larro Feed Ear
a of these
spiritual success: meet We are sorry to note the serious illness + sweet Corn,.
the active in
ard one rf most women ings. Prayer meetir.es are being held .It: Field and Garden Seed Ten Varieties
the country for her ogeeMr. ; of little Edgar Lee, son of Mr. ) of Seed
.
.
Alvin McKinney was in Brooker in the afternoons: and. preaching services end Mrs. E. L. Green. He has been' : + Corn Hardware, Tinwafe: Crockery.

: : Sunday. ''I, :: .every Leaston evening.Mr. W "r.n. of Hampton, wastrarsactirg 'Miss':I sick about a week with pneumonia'i i + Fresh Clean Groceries,
Beech trained from
a nurse
I Mr. L. A. Brown, one of Erooker'sprominent .
a business in
i I merchants, has just received -| I.awtey oneday Jacksonville, isth him. We hope I .j. Furniture, Bnfck!; ,
last week. i iI i ii j: that the little one will be well again I i y i
in a spring line of nice and very i Mr. 0. B. Finn was transacting bus- i!' Fertilizer. I
: I Ij I soon.
+ attractive shoes. in Starke last I '
r.ess Thursday. !! $ Cement
I I Mrs. H. A. Bradley passed through ;
Mr. H. R. Brown congenial: tel- JI
j ojr j j
Messrs. L. Thede
I II I 0. Henry Bennett ]
here her Lime
} hor.e Tuesday night on way to : l;
i et> operator, motored over to :
and V. R. Reddish were business '
loin her husband in Buck. Texasand
.t i i i )Mounteocha Sunday night. I visitors- Lake Butler last Thursday,. : : At
\ while here she the'guest'oi Mrard i
j 1 School will close here Saturday:e was
i Mayor W. F. Godwin was a visjtori Mrs. H. Roberts. N.
j llth. Monday following Prof. A. B. I B. fJULL
i Jacksonville last Thursday. Miss Hattie of Dunnellon
Shaw { Feinburg, ,
will his
commence normal school l
.
I Mr. of vis-
The indications are that it will be arecord Rowland. Starke, was a is the guest of her brother, Mr. B. ; +
J
last
itor to Thursday. + *
Lawtey
j Feinbure. She accompanied by ,
was
breaker in attendance. I Mr. -A. Rosenberg was transacting' IIIIHI t ... IIMIH-H-+++++-$ ii 11111 miniumu.
I her brother, Mr. M. E. Feinburg, of
Some of the of Brookerhave
young men ,
business in Jacksonville and
Tuesday i Cedar Keys. |I H--- -- -,
organized a b..seballleasue here. tom-
They will be in good working order r Wednesday.'A. j Mr. W. L. Warren, of Lake City, .=." "
j j Mr. A. Wainwright, of Stark, ;\
and take its was a visitor here last week. ; '
shortly ready to place j I
was in Lawtey last
I Thursday.
the Junior of the I j i Mr. George F. Markiliie, a former I"
among Leagues;
Mr. James GOTO
Godwin and Rev. R. 0. J II
ni [! state. I resident of this place, died in Jackson- ? I
I Wright visitors to Starke last )
I I Mr. Thomas and Mr. :McCloud: of were j ji vine! last Saturday, March 4th. He'

!! Worthington, have rented the Crosbcottage y i Thursday. :' was widely known and had many :
Treasurer ,1
i County G. W. Hazer. of
::1 D. :
MNER
: here and they will! attend the, Brooker was in Lawtey last Saturday. friends in Bradford county, Nvho will i
'!I normal. regret to hear of his death. Mr. Mar )
; Mr. Hazen has served as treasurer of
I|I Mr. J. B. Crews and a Mr. Brueder- the county two and one-half terms, killie was an old Lake Butler mer. j !

ly delivered quite an impressive lee and has been most efficient officer bt.I.s "chant some years ago, but for the i: FOR SPECIAL BARGAINS; INs I I: ,
ture here Saturday night. last three years had lived in Jackson ;
: ,
the last legislature that offi- I .
put :e:
i I Mr. L. A. Brown and Mr. D. S. Wilkinson ville. He has been in bad health fora i ;
!|
"out| of commission: he has decided to
s ': of Brooker, who have been 1 number of years, which finally caused !! Watches Clocks !
:j run for the office of tax collector, ar.d JeWelry '
t! dropsy. His remains were interred SilverI
for ,
: raising potato plants several ,
I ; years his mission in Lawtey last Saturday ;,
i i I: have: formed partnership and will as- j I in the family burying ground in the I
to mingle with the voters and
was ex-
I the name of the Bradford County plain a few special planks in his plat-1;i 1 St. Xicholas'cemeter)', Jacksonville I ware and Novelties.One !
im j I Plant Company. They propose tot form. We extend the deepest sympthy to his .

t I grow plants for shipping on a morei !i dear ones, in this their hour of be
i j | Prof. Marcus Brown closed his pri-
/ of !i'i extensive scale, and also will be i in 1 |! reavement. regu.1
vale term of school at Raiford last
!r position to handle ell plants rownhere. 1 j:"; Friday on account of his presence being 'i Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Whitaker ar- 16-size Elgin 16-jewels adjusted watch, !I i t
I' rived last Friday from Hampton. Mr.i .
, j{ needed here to look after his I
r I Mr. J. W. Pinholster and C. E. Crosby strawberry interests for the next two i Whitaker has been sick for six weeks lar price S26. will sell for $17. ;t

attended to business in Lake But- I months. with typhoid fever. His many friends
: Jo'I kr afternoon. i here were glad to see him back again
Tuesday I I ;
Mrs. Walter Ferris returned her One 18-size
to
.1 17-jewels adjust d nearly for $8.
I! Mr. J. F. Hazen has been \-isitir.g: home here last Saturday from Chica- i Mr. Whittaker is the proprietor of .. new, J

,. j. sister in McDonald, Georgia. i 1 go, where she has been spending some the City Bakery here, and is widely

? iI j I Dr.Saturday W. E. evening.Middieton was in Brook I time. We are glad she came, as Wai- \> known the state.j as. one of the best bakers i ij in One 18-size 7-jewels in gOld-'iilled case, only $6. ::1

; has been
ter meeting train fo
C i ;j Mr. J. M. Groover, accompanied b y the past three months.every I Ij j Mr. H. J. Stewart, of this place, attended I ;
< !! I ;i the funeral of Mr. G. F. Mar- All rings and jewelry except contract
Miss Vergie Thomas, of Miller, attended j i The closing exercises of the LawteyI killie last Monday.j goods, at cost :J
( the speaking: here Saturday !I High School will take place at the high 1

:' i] 4.. : ; j(! night. (I I' schol auditorium next Friday evening i j chua .last David Wednesday.Petit made a trip to Ala!" for a short time. i :i:

Dr. L. L. Lamb and Mr. I. W. Pin- at 7:30 o'clock. An elaborate program I, The .
I > holster attended the W. 0. W. I has been prepared and all residence in East Butler forI |i Three and
I | meeting ; parents are Elgin Waltham Welches in ladies' sizes i
:' !' at Worthington last Wednesday j requested to te present. I I merly owned by Mr. F. N. Andrews, !j I ,

I' a ) night. They state that several rode I i and purchased by Mr. R. E. Dell about i j I i at cost. $8 to $12.J.R.TISON. i ;
i bucking broncho. I iC, : ;, ;, is > -Q> 0 .-;> .5, ;> ;, (j' ,; '; <$> >:' a year ago, has undergone extensive I

I I! __ ,- I *, <.> alteration. It is now a seven room I'j.1 "

I j! : ., !' i -is i -- ; : .; .. II I j J' WATEROAK. house and is a model of spacious mod 'I --_. _h. .-- -- -- -i .__ -____ .._. .JI ,
" *, i construction.. The contract forthalteration ::
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: I Ii Ii WOODLAWN PARI4) I !' '! <0. '! !' !' '!' was com-
i i Mrs J. E. Black who has been pleted by Mr. D. F. Floyd, contractor, :

i .' : ".! quite ill. i is somewhat better now. She of this: city. Th painting and decorating :

I Mr. J. S. Norman was transacting 1 as been carefully attended to by Dr. was done by: Mr. H. Blake. The i\'i Ii

l business in Jacksonville Tuesday. J. I'. Tcmlinson, cf Starke. rooms were finished in delicate tint:'i

i Mr. W. M. Parks of Boo'ie's Hill. :\r. and :Mr.: J. O. ::McCormick;;- in half flat finish, with appropriate I
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'i' :: .. :.- visiting relative and friend :ited the latter parents, Mr. and :Mrs.: stercilPd frieze altogether making a
It f I : hsro. F. M. Crews. at Hiehland. :Sunday.; pleasing effect. )11" 'DIlke is wide! ''., 1

j. : :Mr.: D. X. Ro'\e visited at Macclen- Mr. Charley Wrir.wrieht; was a'j:- krowr. for the: beautiful docorati.-g: .

1! a! fly Saturday and Sunday.Mr. itor to Sapp Sunday. i and pair.tirs that he i? capable cf do"ir.g. !

1 j \ i S. H. Thompson visited; at the )Ir. and :Mrs.: F. M. Wood and The house is painted white. i i

', !' county, c,at Monday. daughter left Friday for a few days Mr. D"ll and family moved in the!: II t

I i! Mr?. L. Sapp and charming da11 h- visit with friends and relatives at new home this we k. They pace been .. j 4CONTRACTORANDBU

I ter Miss Vera of Raiford visited[ Green Cove Springs before returni.tr !iyir.g on PEr!")- street for several,! ,, r DER

: ; relatives! and friends here ; to their home at Lakeland. 'year j ji .
Sunday. ;i The Lake '' r """ -- .-c' _=.......
i| Mr. D. L. Phillip and son, 0. J., Mr. J. E. J. Wainwright and wife, Butler Telephone fern-
: business visitors to Starke Slot ': cf Sapp visited his daughter Mrs.Whidden pan; will soon: have an improvement j I PLANS AND ESTIMATES
in a much larger switchboard. ,
i j day. Saturday. Theyi .
j I. Messrs. J. C. and E. D. Rowe are i Mr. J. D. McCormick and son: J. 0. i i' \\ soon move in the King building. I FREE '
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i j visiting at Glen St. Marys this week. I. McCormick, have invested in a corn Mr. P. B. Morirgr., manager of the ;
( Mr. H. S. Hilliard was transacting ''planter and a fertilizer distributor, company, was in Jacksonville Tuesday. I k ..4

business in Lawtey Tuesday.Mr. : which they find to be great improvements He is an up-to-date telephone man and 'It

I Fred Sapp, of Raiford spent I to their farm work. 1 I, will continue to make \, : ..

, | Sunday as the guest of relatives and I Mr. Chraley Wainwright and Mr. -for the benefit of his customers. i .

I friends. I Whidden were business visitors to !, --(Continued-- -on-Page- -2.-- -- ;i II

J I Messrs. A. A. Stokes and J. F. Whiteand Starke and Lawtey Monday. I ) ; STARKE PlORIDA

Misses Irene Rhoden, Carry Math- Some rain would be greatly welcome : + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ,
t. r. I I is and Debbie Phillips motored over to j ed here though the dry weather has : + h
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1 I P Lake Butler Sunday afternoon.Mr. i, not prevented the farmers from planting I 1 1) 312 :
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t <* J. S. Mathis visited at Maxvillelast corn. : ; .JA '
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Mr. G. W. Greene visited in Jacksonville 1 $100 Reward $100 1 FORSALEJ 1- ,.
:-t' :: II Saturday and Sunday. I,I DJeased Th readers: of this paper wi11 be ...
to learn that theta -
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Messrs. Robert Blanchard and Jack madfd ona tli ..
dlaease tot: + 40 i
scjence has bee. acres on I
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:i Dinkins, of Lawtey, visited here Su n- abla tJ cute 1:1 i all its staves. and that t a''1 + Butler Lawtey and Lake + Pilo Cured in 6 to 14 Day> -
day afternoon. Catarrh liLs Cat-rrj Cure is the caly road :3 miles west of + I >ojr ;.ijrtfjt win rrfnad money if r.\Zo
positive cure navy knn to the mescal + Laute} I OIN"Ty .;r fads to core case of ItchUl .
+ any
The dads irattrru.r. Catarrh: : tK.r.j (
\ county granted a public a constitutional + .Pee.ht'.Q' :y gnPretndiniPiesin
disease: TS u.r.s a constirjtiuiui 23 acres on Lawtey and "- ., ,_ 'toldars
High-'M.
? of read from here to Starke Mondayan: .d ir.cnt Ilr-'s: Cat-rr'.i Cura is taen treat in- + land road "National ;: C* : r %3Ltrxses lass. &t..
the Lawtey telephone people are going trr.altctnsr Erectly tpon tea tlood + Highway. +
i cci tiCS surfaces c f f-e s-'s'-nj tty :*.':- One-half mile north or'dep'ot.. + imw4
to put in a phone line here rn the, dzs: .ryir g. t'-.e! f:>!::!1 .!!'-:J tf tike dear ;.;- + $.i)O) cash or terms. I 1
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l h near future. Watch Woodlawn Park g. ; a pit: r.t s"-- '1 b"
i bI'!!.; up ti l ('nu:!-. :tlO"1 e.i I :4isinVsat'ire 20 acres on Lawtey and Iii?h- +
j grow' : :n i : i-s *
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r'r rrict"-s land .
I ) I There will be preaching a: the :*>r.t hive F'r. a f -th ii i', c:ra: v" p T- road, "National"Highway.." + ;
f'S C .t y cr O-o IIu-.Ur. { + One mile north
I t. Dci.rs: of Lau!
and ey. About + Bro
next Saturday night ""
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Sunday at f-r r-y. c. t' 2: h f.;u a evensc, r.J + Duplicated
: i 11 and : All ; fr : ( t-tor.3. .. six acres cleared. COO cash orly + $Same Day Rideved
: i a. m., P jr. are cordial: '. as
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) \ : ,'q : J. T: .:. C:>., ':OlKO C + terms I } '
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: i invited to attend. f''11 1 '--' + ; "" we5t'2 weDayF tabs
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S Misses Ola and Letty Mathis, accomranied I Taic'T-: aU'b TizuZy:: T" ':;i.r: C -..._. ... ', + L. H. HILL. + .. w. roasYnt stthe
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f > | by Mr. V. Crawford, visited, St j Lawtey Florida. + J. R. I OuMne
t : :'j,, Swell i line of ladies' 1 + DAVIS & CO. That Does Nat Affect The Head
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u the State Prison Farm Sunday after- ; + + ,i L B cans its tonic ac laxative effect. LAXA-
1 TIn Bf. MO QUININE: : bttterthin ordinary
; noon. | at + .?
Stump's.
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