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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 17, 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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME 38. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1916. NUMBER 37.


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STATE GOOD ROADS DAY IS NAMED CITY COUNCIL IN GRUESOME FIND COUNTY AGENTS VISITED BIG STATEPRISONFARMATRAIFORDMARCH3



BY GOVERNOR PARK TRAMMELL REGULAR SESSIONTUESDAY- NORTH OF THEcirnuESDAY\


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THURSDAY, MARCH 23RD, -

HAS BEEN DESIGNATEDFlorida MRS. H. C. SAPP DIED AT i INTERESTING ORGAN RECIT- CAPT. PURVIS AND TREAS-
URER LUNING PRESENT
LAWTEY LAST THURSDAY I AL HELD AT LAKE BUTLER ,
Good Roads Association Will MAJESTIC SHOWS REFUSED DOG FOUND EATING DISINTERRED -

Hold Its Annual Meeting in Revival Services ClosedOther PERMIT TO GIVE CARNIVAL I BODY OF CHILDHad Visitors Enjoyed tie Sights of the

Saint Augustine. Mr. Thomas Walker of London, Big 'arrn-Calltain Pun is

News Items From that Ontario Died of Tuberculosis Explains Its Workin s.
Ordinance Passed Requiring Trains to Been Buried in Ditch-Colored -

TALLAHASSEE, March 14.-State Hustling Town. be Preceded by Runner .\cro-;'; Woman in Jail on Suspicion of Wednesday.Last .. s

of Florida Executive Office: Whereas, I Call Street. Having Murdered Child. GAINESVILLE :Mach 10.-All of
among the desirable development;: and The sad death: of Mrs. Lena Stevens the county demonstration: agents in
valuable assets of any community the Sapp, beloved wife of :lies Henry I of Friday night, :March 10th, one East and South Iruin\ have l been engaged -
state good roads take an important C. Sapp, occurred at their home about The council i! met in regular sessionon Tuesday morning Owen Gardiner, the best and most enjoyable enter- in visiting:' farms ami groves t
place and have contributed in a large one and one-half miles west of Law: March 7th. 1010: with the following the market man. was riding around in tainments of the season was given at through that tcrri'C-ry during the past
measure to advancement! of our tcy last Thursday morning members present: K. Matthews: the woods north of- Starke to look after the Baptist church at this place. It week. These !meetings hate proven 1ta

industries, the value of our farms, The deceased! was born near Melro.se: I chairman; J. W. .Andrews, Jr., J. W. some cattle he had grazing there. was given by Mrs. M. C. Brooks and especially helpful asthe county agents t:

proves and other properties, and o,n July 12: 18S9. and was united in ; White, J. C. Wills. On his way home he passed near the her scholars muic.The whom she had been teaching must keep thcin.-rlvp-s informed as to
Whereas, good road. are conectin marriage to :Mr. II. C. Sapp about 10 Minutes of the last meeting were place of Obadiah Gent, colored. Ahead ; the l lest and most successful practices 4 I !

links between our communities, cities years ago. Four children, three [boys read and approved.Mrs. of him he f'aia dog gnawing at some program was splendidly carriedout that are luting carried out in 1
and towns, binding them and their and a girl, were born to this union. : E. Lazone was given a reduc- object and a negro boy going up to and it would be a hard matter to Florida. Two n.iftiiigs are heard each: I .

people together in closer ties of social She leaves a devoted husband, four tion of S400 on fractional lot E and F, look at it, then running away in ter comment on any special one, for eve year where the county agents as
touch and friendly intercourse, and little children, a father and mother, and lot1., block 2, Wynn's addition. I ror. The boy asked him to co: and ;y one did exceptionally fine. ale, one at Gainesville in September! '
are a source of satisfaction to the several brothers and other r'lativesand Mr. :Martin, representing the Frederick look at what the dog was eating. Miss Annie Mae I'ogue accompaniedMrs. 1 and these group meetings at the most
people both for commercial Disinfectant) Company was Mr. Gardiner found the Brooks at the organ with her convenient season.
purposesand a host of friends to mourn her untimely given cur gnawing violin.
travel of every kind, and death. an order for two tons of creo-fcne- the foot of a dead negro baby. Raift>rd MeetingOn << I
Whereas, the Florida Good Roads The funeral services were held at ,i que disinfectant powder, to be fhippedwhen The body appeared to have been disinterred Both of these ladies stand very highin L Friday, Match 3, the agents of
Association hold its annual meeting her late residence on Friday morning, wanted. and dragged on the ground. their profession as music teachers. the northern part <-f the district met .
in St. Augustine on March 23: and and the body: was interred in the Dyal I I Mr. Geo. Kirkland, Jr., representing After the dog had been chased away Miss Pogue is the music teacher of at Raiford to see the operations on .
24, following the meeting of the Central the Majestic Shows, made application several colored persons living nearby the Lake Butler Normal and High the State Prison I' trm. Captain Pur- ..,

Florida Highway Association i in (Continued on Page 8.) for a concession of license for carnivalto came upon the scene, and expressedthe vis, superintendent and Treasurer "
Ocala on March 22, and it is plannedto exhibit for one week in the town of belief that the body was that of a (Continued on Page 2.) Luning were kind enough to extend a
make these meetings an occasionfor Starke. Upon motion application was child born to Annie Reynolds Monday: : -- -" cordial invitation and gave up the

stimulating the interest for good CROPS INJURED denied. or Tuesday of last week. 13 NATIONS NOWINVOLVEDINWAR% day and also furnished. conveyancesand

roads throughout the state of Florida, By unanimous consent ordinance No. Mr. Gardiner hastened to Starke and all the information at hand to
and celebrating the wonderful progress 82 was presented and read first timeLy informed Sheriff Denmark about the give the agents the l best they had and
already made in good road construction BYFROSTFRIDAYDid its title only. To be an ordinance find. The sheriff immediately went I show them what \va* being undertakenon .
requiring all parties in charge of to the scene. He found the body to be. % this large scale.

Therefore, I, Park Trammell, gov trains or locomotives passing over or of a female child, well preserved, ex The first thing to inspect was the I
ernor of the state of Florida, by virtueof across Call street in the town of r cept that the dog had eaten the flesh five hundred acres of Irish potatoes ?

the authority vested in me and witha More Damage Than Previous Starke, Florida, on the railroad of the off one arm and part of a foot. lIe Germany Declares Hostilities grown on the fiatwaods and new land. si
desire to encourage the good roads Seaboard Air Line railway company, sent for Dr. J. C. Wills to have it ascertained .. This crop will be followed by corn. 't
movement in our state, do hereby declare Cold Waves-Straw- to send a footman or runner in front if the child had been marI Against Portugal for Sei- The land has been put in the very best

Thursday, March 23, 1916, to be berries Damaged Some. of Interned condition and demonstrates the fact S'
zure
State Good Roads Day and suggestthe (Continued on Page 11.) I I I (Continued on Page 11.) Ships. that two crops can be grown on flat-
woods land even in the first although
observance of the day in oppro- ,. year, -
priate manner in all parts of our state PLANT CITY, March 10.-Varying -- LODOGermany has declaredwar it could hardly be expected

In testimony whereof I have hereunto reports have been received as to thedama'ge on Portugal, which makes thirteen that as large a :yield will come as
set my hand and caused the great done by the frost and cold of HERE AND THERE IN BRADFORD. nations engaged in the struggle. when the land bas leer under cultiva

seal of the. state of Florida to be affixed last night, an'd it is difficult to draws The declaration of war is chiefly due tion a long time f agar cane was the

at Tallahassee, the capital, : any definite conclusion as to the exact to the recent seizure of German vessels next crop studied, Captain Purvis .
the 11th day of March, A. D. 1916. extent of the injury to the crops at interned in Portugese ports, but made last year an* average of about J.
PARK TRAMMELL, this] hour. In some sections sompleteruin By L L. PALMER, Germany presented a series of alleged four hundred gallons; of syrup per '1

(Seal) Governor is reported. Tomatoes beans, breaches of neutrality as the contributing -- acre, which i is used on the farm. He j
By the governor attest: and potatoes are reported as.killed,out- Traveling Representative of the Telegraph factors. is also planting a' large acreage of :
H. ngnt by some farmers, while! others sweet potatoes and explained what -
CLAY
CRAWFORD, Paris reports that violent German ;
The State Farm I place of only 40 acres, but he is making -
Secretary of State. in nearby sections report the damagebut attacks north of Verdun around Doua- practices had given him the !>est re-
do its work. has
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This every acre
institution admirably
great was so
We hope there will be a general observation slight. in cultivation and 30 of that is clearedof umont village and the fort of Vaux salts His cowpea and other farm .t
of Good Roads Day. Every As always happens the damage was written up in a recent issue of, have been repulsed. Both of the crops were explained in passing. One ,
as
dweller in the county knows of some greater in some places than in others, the Telegraph that it is not necessary but stumps.had also He 4 does general of berries farming this, saults at Vaux are said to have ben of his most interesting; propositions ..,
particular spot or stretch of road that the killing cold usually being felt in to go into any extended description of acres made in solid formation, but counterattacks was his methods (,iog raising, which f j
He of
streaks. A fair estimate of it here. However, this series of arti- season. had a fine crop sweet animals fed With (
he would like to see improved, and average drove them back with heavy were the slops from "'
next Thursday and Friday will be a conditions, however, shows that the cles would not be complete without potatoes last season. They showedone losses. the dining hall. These hogs are for \ ;
bean is more than fifty cent some reference to it. potato which weighed 19 pounds. the most part high grades bred !
crop per
for
good days making such improve- In one hill they dug out 16 potatoes, Near Bethincourt, west of the river. up i
loss and almost as large a percentageof The buildings most from the natives ,nd he
are pleasantly frequently
ment. Let every man "get a hump"on the total weight of which was 35 Meuse, the French declare they have I !
himself and urge his neighbors to the tomato crop killed. Potatoes situated on something of an eminenceand That the best driven the Germans from imporant kills hogs that dn;!s from 3f>0 to 500 i a

help him. Much good can be accomplish have suffered upward of thirty per all night, from the home of Mr. pounds showing was made probably the whole falients in the Corbeaux wood. pounds In addition to the slops he .

d by such efforts. cent, counting the decreased crops Reddish, could be seen the glare of potato through Bradford on Mr. Wainwright trip Berlin says the Russian recent offensive grows feed crops and so attempts: to 1 4
which will naturally result from a the electric lights over the entire sys- county. on the eastern front has I raise hogs on a sound business basis. ;1
the Little come .
Postmaster A. J. Nimmo. of Hampton number of fields where the frost only tem much like a little city. The next last grew and made half Simpson barrel cane ofsUg'ar. to naught. The Russians on the Black | He raises two litters, farrowed in 1

was a business visitor,to Starke slightly injured the plants. morning a low-lying fog almost con- year. It was equal in color a to the Sea continue to progress toward Tre- March and September. i !
the Many discouraging reports were cealed the buildings during the Captain Purvis is also trying to '
early bizond
Tuesday. Mr. Nimmo is Telegraph's Golden C grade sold in the stores andin and report successes in Per :
correspondent at Hampton, heard early in the morning conveying hours, but with the sun an hour high flavor it certainly was fine. ,And sia. The Russian foreign office in Persia heed some good liforses, and mules. )
this all vanished. By this time the denies that Turkey made Another interesting thing to Bee was "
then the from it made fine peace pro
and our friends there will confer a (Continued on Page 2.) Traveler was well on the way up the drip eating posals. the operation in palling stumps, as
with biscuit. It
favor on us by giving him any items; long driveway and when the office was hot only requiredfour well as the kerosene tractor and plows

of news that they may have. Hampton WILL ASK FOR BIDS ON reached as beautiful a morning as barrel.boilings There of was juice a to lot make of fine the hogrunning half JAMES M. BRYANT KILLED in operation. .. t z;
ever was seen was blessing that Captain and :Mrs, Purvis entertained -
is one of Bradford county's fine PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTSCouncil even about the place, and the corn AT HAMPTON THURSDAYWas
than in all .
scar on the face of the commonwealth. more twenty including
towns and we should like to publishall crop last season was above the av the
Purvis visitors, at their home for dinner.
Captain was from home
the news all the time from there. away I erage. Mr. Wainwright was not at His
Decided on This Courseat and we fell into the good hands of J. home but his splendid boys and daughter Employe of S. A. L. as a preciated.hospitality-Gainrsviiie was most Sun.highly ap (' e ,
Held Last T. Roquemore who has charge of the I did the honors of the occasion, and
DAILY MARKET Meeting buildings and men, and right royally i had the Traveler stop for midday refreshment Brakeman-G. S. & F. ;

Monday Night. he treated u;;. There was nothing which was a courtesy Has Freight Wreck. INFORMATION
about the place which comes under his greatly appreciated.Turning 1:.
supervision which he did not show and
REPORTS FOR At a meeting of the town council heldIondaj' li explain. At that time there were 715 eastward on the main Lake James M. Bryant, of Waldo, received -
:\ night it was decided to advertise -' prisoners, of whom 200; were white andf Butler and Lawtey road one soon injuries that proved fatal whiletrying IN REGARD TO i' ':
comes to what is known as the Wood-
for bids on the construction o 1 493; colored. Of this latter number 30 to board a Seaboard Air Line
BERRY GROWERSGOVERNMENT the sewer system and the street were women. Of course this number lawn Paik tract. This is a body orood f freight here Thursday, :March 9th. liewas '
ing for in the recent pav-I' land which has quite recentlybeen brakeman THELAftDLINESAPPARENT \
pro\ided made the quarters rather crowded and a and while trying tcatch ,!
sue. The council had been considering I there was much doubling up to accom- settled up.lotit: of the housesarc the caboose, missed! his hold! and I
a proposition to have the work done modate them all. large and nicely painted, making I was thrown under the wheels. He died "
[ OFFICIAL on a percentage basis, but finally decided In the farm there are 1,800 acres, a notable contrast with some of the i ,in the hospital in Jacksonville, where -

HERE TO COMPLETE PLANS on submitting it to bids. 3,000 of which are cleared, and a large older sections of the county. I j he had been rushed on a special train I'' VAGARIES AND

Bids will be received up to April 11 force of men are still busy clearing. The first place one comes to is that i j He comes of a fine family and leaves MYSTERIES EXPLAINED
17th and if a satisfactory is received They are certainly making a good job of J. Norman, who has 60 acres, of | a host of friends.
|With the Bank of Starke-Reports the contract will be let at that 11 of it. After the men have gotten out I which 40 are in cultivation. lie hasbeen I Quite a hit of excitement was caused -..-

Will Be From Government Reporters time. the stumps and burned the brush and active and has 35 acres stumped. by the freight wreck Monday evening Interesting Article i Concerning Land

and Can be Relied the land is plowed, the colored women lIe is a thrifty farmer and one thatdoes when the Georgia Southern local Lines and Somi Incidents oft
Upon. covered their
country by own
repor all
things right. He has 3 derailed
are put to work to pick up and burn acres some cars on the railway cro s-
ters this season and that the reports of berries. There were 20 hogs The Land Surveying.
the roots. It is said that 500 acres of on sing. Seaboard train was delayed '
Mr. J. 11. Collins, of the Bureau of could be absolutely relied upon as com Irish potatoes would be planted there the place a cross between Berkshire about an hour; otherwise traffic was -
Markets, U. S. of ing from persons wholly disinterested this Many and Poland China. lie also!; had a band not interrupted. Section Foreman W. tie
Department Agriculture lie promised Mr. Matthews that the year people will watch I (Written For Telegraph) i
here with interest the outcome that of 43 cattle. Last season he had 15 I E. Hamilton sustained injuries durin
was
Wednesday to confer the Bank of great of t The writer kits ccassionally been f
sent to Starke
with E. S. Matthews, president of report venture. acres of corn, which :yielded 300 bush !; the work of clearing of the track, asked why the section lines change location
would Boston New York Pitts- I
cover ,
els without fertilizer
he Bank of Starke with reference to and one acre of but fortunately his injuries were not if it is that
burg. Philadelphia, Baltimore and I On the Road Once More sweet potatoes produced 250 bushels serious.. or true they change
extending the government market reports Washington. This comprises the ter Going out from the State Farm location. A surveyor, who has not yet '
to
to J. S. Norman owns the next place. Mrs. O. K. Prince left
this
section during the straw- Tuesday for learned all the
roped, comes along and
* Try ritory in which the Bradford countyberry the eastward one comes to a main roadleading 1 He has 45 acres and does general I her home in Dade City, after
season. spend locates a section life a long distance
Previous crop is distributed. southeasterly through a very farming. He had 40 hogs and 70 cat ing several weeks with relatives
to the here
visit of Mr. Collins
from where;tradition itoUJ'ht
Collins said the fine and section away says
Mr. that Bankof rich of
as The
country. tle. He
lr put 1,000 of I Mrs. A. A.
Matthews with the up quarts syrup Futch spent Sunday with
assistance of to be, and interior lines, bas-
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Starke had shown such unusual lib first place was that of T. F. Gaskins.
nator:Nathan last sea-on. H. Si| Norman comes | her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman teel
P. had the
Bryan secur- on location rt the section lines
from'the Ia'rkets erality in supplying the growers with lie has 140 acres, of which 75 is in i nex' ard 1 iF fine large house attracted of Lake Butler. ,
Bureau of changed till all !ines in
a prose are the sections
market report that he hoped to workout cultivation. He; does general
a farming, the attention of the Mrs. V. R.
that the wayfarer long Prevatt in
Bank spent
of Starke would Friday and adjoining sections; have become '
furnished with these some plan whereby the govern and had half an acre of berries. He before it is reached. He has only a'' Starke, the guest of friends there. I 4i 1
daily reportsor topsy turvey. The is asked
: ment reports could be telegraphed also has a band of 100 cattle. 20-acre tract, but has 1.1 I Rev. purveyor
the benefit of the of this 16 of it in cul E. M. Henderson of Waldo, ; the !,
for the he
growers reason r and ,
without cost to the bank but that he J. D. Carmichatl has 160 ange sayshe
section. acres, of tit aticn, and 10 of it II filled his
The visit stumped. e regular appointment here
of : on is the
Mr. Collins was running out lin*+ according ti
: afraid this could which 50 is in cltl';\'ation.
somewhat be He
not had :
the was 1;' had 2 acres of berries. I Sunday I ,
or ,
purpose of making final ar- that ; of j preaching to large congrega-1: to the government !f-eld. notes and that t't
the
done. lie was advised bank l acres berries. Great oak treesadorn John B. Browning has 1
angements 50 acres all tions both '
for morning and
supplying this ser I evening. his work is correct. In most such
'vice. would pay the telegraph tolls if necessary the front of his place, making in cultivation and half I
He of it is
said that stumps j Prof. H. B. Wiggins of |leases
the Tampa, the
chief of the was surveyorJis wronp', but he
it
ureau had been and to let the reports come. This very attractive. Mrs. J. J. Clark is I He had 6 acres of berries and the visitor here
much : Saturday. believes he is and be tells
interestedn doing'right
very I
assurance from the bank makes it i the next neighbor with a 60-acre farm .
the market prospect:: was good for fine He I Jesse
a J. .
bulletin crop. Brannen was called to Lake the farmer that '" 'lines
publ'bv ketp changAnothe
certain that the of this! section with 35 in cultivation.! She also does r
he growers < good for '
Bank last
of -ke last ,. reports crops season. S. j Butler Tuesday to be at the bedside of ; : is
s d npctent em-
will have the benefit of these general farming. C. L. Carter 60'
hat he government has H. Thompson has a 20-acre farm, and :j his sister, who is ill.
Twythi-. :e half I seriously d and pn ; 'IS his line like
would be reports.J. acres, of which is in cultivation. has 12 of it in cultivation. He doesgeneral Rev.
John :
ire Mullady filled his '
the b: ,- He has of regular ,, censor one berries.
intensive rep from all n. S. Griner, candidate for state good acre He madea farming and reports good appointment at Mclntosh Sunday. We i c. ..nation for : .y work Hence
aUawrkets beginnjng abo.... the treasurer, was in Starke Tuesday on 300 bushels corn on crop hand last then.:year and had crops for last season. He has a finelarge regret that he is still suffering from ) some ]land ownJ come to believe { "

ast of Apnl He said that the Buu business. He was accompanied by his One of the most thrifty and enterprising house, and in time will have a the recent attack of stomach trouble.Miss there must be some iruth in the statement -

of Markets would have twenty- brother, Kirby A. Griner, who is a farmers in that section is J.- splendid home. Ovella Dover, of Starke, spentseveral ( though it is .Hard to see why.
ne of the principal markets of the his home. E. I days last week with her sister,
guest at J.
Wainwright. He has
i I a small (Continued on Page 11,) Mrs. Hurdie Flume, of this place. (Continued <$ Page 5.)

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j ;: t ED VILLA'S MEN INVADE MEXICO TO CROSS BORDER,I BORDER ON WED.I CARRANZA_ MEN [[The the surest goo4 best.t rubbing oil way liniment.to stop liniment That's them.itGood'for


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I '. Mexicans Lost-Twenty to One Have Orders to Take Villa and II In Search of Bandits That Flee Carranza Troops Joined With One Thousand Carranza's Men MUST ANCLINJMENT.

, in the Raid on Columbus His Bandits Dead or Alive Into This Country To Americans to Hunt Down at Juarez Are Confined to

i Last Thursday. Before Returning. Escape Pursuit. Villa's Bandits.SAN The Barracks.

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J COLUMBUS, New Mexico, Mar. !9. WASHINGTON, Mar. 10.-\meri- WASHINGTON, March ll.-Gener- ANTONIO, March 15.-Gen- I EL PASO, March 1?.While General -
I ; can troops were ordered across the al Carranza, through Consul Silliman, eral Pershing and practically his en- Gavira, the Carranza commander I the Ailments
I Cavalry I' border today by President Wilson to has asked the American governmentfor tire command crossed the border about I at Juarez, said tonight that he had received Hones of
Mules
hundred and fifty men and commanded take Villa and his bandits, dead or permission to send Mexican troops } noon today, it was announced this afternoon instructions from General Ob- Cattle, Etc.

I by Major Tompkins and Major Lind- alive. across the border and into the United by General Funston. A few i i' regon, the Carranza government's war Good for your own Aches, ,

sey, late today engaged the Villa for- Under the direction, or perhaps the States in pursuit of bandits. ; minor detachments remained behind i minister, to co-operate with the Pains, Rheumatism, Sprains
ces retreating from Columbus, fifteen actual leadership Major-General Instructions conveying full author- at points around Columbus, but they I I American expedition, there seems to Guts Burns Etc.
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miles south of the Mexican border, ac- Funston, American columns are expected ity to General Funston to dispatch a will follow quickly. Carranza troops ;, he a strong undercurrent of hostility "
., cording to reports reaching Colonel to be moving into Mexico b}' defensive expedition into Mexico in i joined forces with the Americans i toward the Americans in Juarez. I 25c. 5Cc.$1.; I At all Dealers.e .

Slocum, who is commanding the for- tomorrow night. They go to meet the pursuit of Villa and his bandits are across the border and accompanied About a thousand Carranza troops
ces here, and spirited fighting is in Carranza troops are expected to be today in General Funston's hands. Sec i them. f II there were confined to their barracks -- -
progress.A moving into Mexico by tomorrow retary Baker announced that full dis General Pershing crossed just south I today and forbidden to frequent sa ,
force ulderlajor Tompkins followed night. They go to meet three thou- cretion as to the number of men toI of Columbus, while a smaller column, loons. Americans doing business in nn wrn ?asp:
the bandits out of Columbus sand bandits from whom the Carranza j I be used and the route to be followed commanded by Col. George J. Dodd, Juarez are spending the night here. /
this morning, after Villa, with five troops are said to have fled. I I has been left with General Funston. entered some distance west of Columbus The excitement among the Mexicans
hundred men, had raided the town, President Wilson announced today | No American troops had crossed the also moving in a southerly direc- over the entry cf American troops into

killing at least sixteen Ameri'ans. that the expedition would be regarded ': border this morning so far as the War tion. These two forces are expected Mexico is reported to have subsided in ', ",,,,. ... 'l s
Major Lindsey, with three more troops as purely punitive, to clear Northern Department was advised. Dispatcheswere i to l.e in touch with each other before there today. -....-/ ". """'I -- ..,,....;,,'
went to reinforce Major Tompkins.A Mexico of the bandits, whom Carranza received from General Funston, the end of the week, and by that time All the Americans have assembledin a ".' -. !
later raid on American territory cannot control. Whether it will take however, informing the department as; it is expected that infantry supports one place at Presidio, Texas, and ,. iWe carry all the ..
'. today proved costly to Villa. The the form of a general occupation or ]I to the disposition he was making of will hold the line of communication, have prepared to protect themselves leading and stan-
bodies of eighteen/ of the bandits, including intervention depends upon the attitude his forces at strategic points. along which motor trucks for the against any trouble from the Carranza J:: dan? varieties that .i -"
I_: Pablo Lopez, second in com- taken by Carranza. Secretary Baker said that whatever transportation, of supplies will operate. soldiers who mutinied at Okinawa, ;. lm\f been tested and 7,
mand, were burned before noon, and No word has been received from reinforcements General Funston might The exact number of men in the columns across the border from there, killing knoyn to be adapted "

w troopers reported an undetermined Carranza today regarding the proposal require maintain an adequate patrol is being kept a secret. General Riojas, their commander. Infantry to cur r soil and climate ,)
r f number of dead lying :n the brush. of sending American troops across the along the border in addition to the i General Funston's report served to patrols are now at Presidio. \V- can now make ."JftJ.
Villa, leading his men, attacked be border, but his representatives intimated expeditionary force would be promptly dispel to a great extent the report Reports reached Douglas, Arizona imrittdiate shipment *
J. fore day, completely surprising the however, that they believed he furnished. lIe added that the War De- ;;, that resistance might be offered by tonight saying that a rebellion had of t'I!! the seasonable
soldiers who partment had been deluged with telegrams Carranza. Four hundred Carranzai i' : .
were encamped. While would not object. broken our among the Carranza troopsat f lop seed. ,;{:.
i portions of the raiders engaged the from individuals and organiza-i 1 soldiers :mdeCol.. Bertani, at Palo Cabullona eighteen miles south of .'.r:;-
... cavalrymen, others set fire to and loot- SAN ANTONIO Mar. tions offering services as volunteers. mas. joined the Americans eagerly here. The United States destroyer (, > ..- SEED 'iJ-,'-
ed n.-Major- There was at present, Secretary Ba While the Mexicans body will L-& POTATOES .-'" -
buildings. Snipers had been posted I as a remain Stewart has been ordered from San
General Funston, who received instruc ,:' "
t at Villa's direction, and they killed tions from the War Department today ker said, no need for summoning volunteers under their own commander, Diego, California, to Ensenada, wherea f !31din 's No. 4 ..:
t to the colors, although the department General will I {tifM
American civilians as they fled from that he would not personally commandthe the Pershing employ some ofi [ garrison threatens to revolt. En I }tfose Early Red
their burning homes. Many residents troops which will invade Mexico appreciated fully patriotic i them as scouts. senada is said to be a Villa hotbed. bliss' Triumph. ''
spirit behind the cffers. i If the I
barricaded themselves in their houses. exact whereabouts of Villa !
made announcement tonight of the j -- -- :
The bandits "Death General Funston confirmed today of are known, headquarters would I! ; SEED ';-1
crying to Amer army 1 I
Vocal Duet Lake-
of the "Swing (
plans expedition. Song" -
icans" and "Viva Villa" terrorized the ficially the killing of Pablo Lopez, Villa's not disclose them. It is believed that PEANUTS ;;"-
While most of Funston's details chief lieutenant raidon 1 Mrs. Strickland and :Miss Sarah Rivers ? f :
the
are during
town for two hours before he is moving southward toward the
.
they were
driven off by cavalrymen. Private being kept'secret, he authorized the Columbus, and also the report that: Guerro district, in the Sierra Madre I.I Reading, Selected-Miss Rena Bol- l So. 1 North Caro- '.

t. Barton, one of the wounded taken tEl following: That an officer, subordinateto Lopez commanded the bandits who foothills, and Carranza troops are expected ton. !Una: and the small (
Paso, is quoted tonight as sayin him, brigadier-general, wouldcommand murdered nearly a score of Americansat to turn him northward to meet Chorus, "Goodnight Song. Spanish Two Crop.
that the American machine gun failed I that officer to have completefield Santa Ysabel. General Funston also the American soldiers. Seed Corn, Millet, Na-
to work. command and not to be hamperedby I confirmed the report that four hun There is nothing to indicate that :I I Mrs. J. B. Crews returned to her tat :!Grass, Sorghum,
/ Mrs. Edmund Hauke Wright, who a lot of instructions, and that i it dred Carranza troops had reached a i the defection of the Carranza garrison 'I home on New River last Thursday. Brj garweed, Rhodes' :
for nine days has been a captive of would take three or four days to organize I point six miles south of Columbus, to> at Ojinaga has been followed by other I'I.I She has been very sick at the home Gr4 -s, Chufas, Kaffir
Villa on his march from the Palomas the force for the pursuit of Vil : join in the pursuit of Villa. Carranza troops. I: of her daughter, Mrs. Jesse Cason. She Ciijti> Cowpeas, Velvet .
ranch region to Columbus, was liberated la. I A total of 57 dead Mexicans have The signa lcorps detachment is with I has been suffering with Bright's dis ,;' l'cans, Upland and .
j here during the fighting. She General Funston said that the aero been found in and about Columbus, the expedition, equipped with field : ease, but through close attention and r Sowland Sax' Rice.
,, said that Villa proceeded under forced squadron at Fort Sam Houston would| 'General Funston reported, and a re- wireless, and while the aeroplane I; medical assistance of Dr. Seeber King, 'I'.mato Plants -LivnjtsUm I
marches and his men, with scant. be a part of the expedition. The gen I port that 18 more bodies are lying in i squadron is still on the American side I and a trained nurse from Jacksonville : = '; Beauty and "
I provisions, were beaten by their offi eral declined to give the number of f ; the brush between the town and bor- tonight, it is expected that some machines Miss Laura Rorke, she improved G ; }amous Jthn Baer.Vrite .
i cers to keep them going. She said men composing the expedition, and jjder i is being investigated. General 1 will go forward tomorrow. and was able to go back to her a f, :.\ for Price Lis.
J she had slept in the saddle since March I while personally eager to command, 1 Funston said the effectiveness of the home. All of the relatives extend
'00) 1st. Mrs. Wright asserted that after the war department thought it betterthat I j fire of the American troops during the; RECITAL AT LAKE BUTLER. their heartfelt thanks to their many IEA.ARTtN SEED CaJAC
I Villa's men had taken off her husband he should stay in San Antonio to engagement was splendid. i, friends for their many kindnesses to '
I Edward .John Wright, of Palo direct in case a second expedition goes I Secretary Baker has suggested to i (Continued From Pngi 1.) them during the serious illness of Mrs. KSONVILLE4FLORfOA. ,
mas ranch and had taken her baby In that case General Funston will havethe I General Funston that the army aero* Crews, and especially to Dr. Seeber !
j
away and given it to a Mexican family general direction of both. I squadron at San Antonio, be employed i School, and rendered great assistance KingMiss Laura Rorke, Mrs. F. M. -s.- -i
t: it was reported that Wright, withfour Orders were issued at Fort Sam fully in conection with the pursuit of to the entertainment. Rivers and Mrs. J. II Scarborough. It j
i others, had been killed. As Villaclosed Houston tonight for the second battalion the Villa bandits. He was eager, Mr. i Mrs. Brooks deserves a great deal is to be hoped that Mrs. Crews will 1 ,1i II I!
y I on Columbus, Mrs. Wright said I of engineers, Major Brown, commanding Baker said, not only that the troopsshould of credit for this entertainment proved ] continue to improve in health. iA
he would make torch of to entrain. Similar have the benefit of the air her work. The building I
a every woman orders: 'I i was crowd Mr. Chas. E. Gi cover, of Live Oak, ,
t I i and child in Columbus and eventually have been issued to Field Hospital i scouts, but also that the aviators; ed. was a guest at the Edgar Hotel last i
I kill in the number themselves should get the benefit of ] The I
everyone United seven and Ambulance Company program was as follows: Sunday. '".
t, I States, with the help of Germany and number seven Majors Jones anrlavtnn dlthe experience in actual war service. I ... Largo from. Xerxes. J(Handel) Petite Mr. Thomas Walker, of London, Ontario [

I I Japan. _u_ _on_, pnmmnnrlin..'nmn__...,.. TVio_.. nrttpr"_._ ._ I' 'I II[I I .jiarcne (Dubois)-Mrs. Stricklandand with his wife moved to Lakej
'i According to information reaching said only "commands going west." The j I' COLUMBUS, N. M., March 12.-Reports :j Brooks. ]j Butler! two months ago. lie came to ,
Colonel Slocum, Villa attacked with engineers' battalion is in the Third I multiplied here today that Francisco I I At School :March (Streaburg) The see if our bdmy Florida weather f
/ fifteen hundred men, leaving a thousand United States Engineering Corps and j I Villa is disintegrating the force Fairy Song (Bugbee)-Russell Rivers !I would be beneficial to him and prolongi
across the border. Twenty of his is composed of three companies of one i j of 1,500 to 2,500 men whom he used I I Romance of a Rose (La\lol'e-Jes: ) i i his life. He had tuberculosis and the II I I
officers were sent here Tuesday to spy hundred and fifty men each. The am- j to support or make the Columbus raid: '' sie Mae\ Colson. I Ii I end came on Wednesday, March 8th.
I out the situation. bulance detail consists of twelve last:: i Morning I s I
am- Thursday. j Song (Forman-Ladies') His body was embalmed by :Mr. W. T. 1
The five cavalry troops here were bulances. American military authorities said Chorus. Robert, of Alachua, and UndertakerH. I
I scattered for miles along the border today that it is possible that it would I I Reading Xettio :Maines. L. Fowler, of this city, furnishedthe i i
; on patrol duty. Two troops stationed GRAHAM REGISTRATION BOOKS: have been advisable to go after Villa I I Song, "A Terrible Tale," Murray) casket. Oa march 9th his remains-- -- i
i at Gibson's ranch, fifteen miles west The registration books for District No. 11'qe Thursday when his raiders fled demon I -Russell Rivers. I '(-= ---
were sent to his home to be
of here did not get into the action. nbtration\ rvci-ued officer WcdntKlay and a by copy C. was A. Knight immediately I alized southward. They were dropping I An Evening Song (Fontaine). On I in its last resting place. Mrs. Walker placed COFFINS CASKETS
j [arn anhd to C. U. Rolierts at Graham I loot and war material before the attacks : the :Meadow (Lichner-Evelyn) Ben- / .
the We
all
who has been appointed accompanied body. sympa And a full line of .1
deputy registration /
I' Now i is the time to of nett. ,
get straw- fifty-nine
your officer: fur the new di.trict. The voters in men under Major thize with this lady, though their stay I 4e
berry tickets. We print them for you the new dstrict: should call on Mr. Roberts I Frank Tompkins. Requests of Colonel I Monologue, "The Average Boy" was only a short while with us, they U )dertakers' Supplies ,
on short notice. Goed stock, low and the arrange books.REXALL .to hsth'ir names transferredon Herlert Slocum, eo: .andir'g the Thir- 1, ( Murray)-.Jessie :Mae Colson. made many 'friends. Alwjy'j on hand. The best ser- ;. .

prices -- -' ---- teenth cavalry here, and cf :Major P.eadingSelected.Elvie Fowler. The little :Mr.
; cf
I daughter and Mrs. vice at; the lowest prices. Specialattention
Tompkins to be allowed to renew the Vocal l Solo, "0! How helghtfcl"IlomerMiss J. L. 1 ., 1
I' Douglass, who l has Keen seriously
Ii? I CROPS INJURED BY THE ORDERLIESTHE pursuit Friday with a larger force, ( ) : Joella Padgett. ill for the last three weeks, is improving. to telegraph orders. 1

FROST ON LAST FRIDAY were denied pending the organizationof Violin Solo, Autumn" (Henry). Twi- As a change for the better :has Registered ]
Embalmer
II j : IDEAL LAXATIVEProminent the large punitive expedition. light Idyl (Schnc.cheliss) Pogue. taken place we hope the little one j (

'. (Continued Ficm Page 1.) 'z' ,;, '!) '!> 0 .0 1> '!' ,a n ton.Reading, Selected-Miss Ina Comp- will soon 1)C out again. DeWITT C. JONESSue'ir ,J
New Orleans Druggist is Rev. S. S. Proctor supplied for the I '
I! 0 Duet, "Bicycle Race" to G. C. Livingston & Co .l
an impression that practically everything Authority For This Statement PROGRESS. .. (Kroyman- Baptist church at Callahan last Sun
t'' : which was not covered had boon ..' .!' Jessie Mae Colson and Thelma Bailey. day morning and evening. It is probable ; Starke, Fla.

J killed. The Springhead and Hopewell .. Many signs show that Bradford '. :Mrs."Blow Balmy Breeze" (Warner)- that Rev. Proctor will] accept care .<;--t..,.. i- ,t
i t 1 communities seem to have suffered less i. county is awakening and that a '! Strickland, :Misses Padgett, Rivers of the Callahan church for half time. -."- .
and ---
,I injury than any other sections, and 6. new order of things is on the .* McKinney. :Mr. Richard Pincombe was a : !
i 1 when these reports came in more en- '.!' way. First one community or section ':' Reading, Selected-Miss Page. itor to Jacksonville last Thursday."is"I'"I'. General Insurance : .
I I couragement was felt that other FecI 5" then another, takes steps for , : tions also might have escaped to '!> improvement. Let the ? I Represent but FIRST Y l's..
a good thing t I III Uti none
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'j great extent than at first predicted.The go on and let no one hinder ad- '!' : CLASS companies and will be \\
hazy atmosphere early in the a vancement. If you do not feel like -i' constantly on the alert to -
J '1, morning, preventing the sun from aG.dNlr .* putting your shoulder to the
-, shining directly upon the frost covered 3> wheels of the car of progress, at ';' I courteous: treatment to all 1
plants, saved a good portion of <*> least do not hold it back. The /*. patrorvs" t
truck which would ordinarily have <> public-spirited citizen will find 4' : A well written policy bya o
been loss had > .. THE PLACE TO BUY fpt-class agent in first-
a the sun shone bright ? that there is not a spot on earth a \\
i : during ,the early hours of the morn 'i' better worth improvement than .. STRAWBERRY CRATES t clad company sometimes means b,

J ing. .? Bradford county, with her excellent .;- STRAWBERRY CUPS I mucji in case of loss by fire. I b:
: Strawberries were considerably + soil healthful 1
,
climate '!
: damaged, and reports at noon today P. A. CAPDAU .?> transportation facilities, intelligent good- '* CRATE NAILS H. C. RICHARD, .Starke 11a1

I seemed to indicate that the production who owns and operates one o* the big] and law-abiding people. ... Corn, Oats, Bran, Shorts, Larro Sweet Feed Ear Corn ? at
i I. for the next three weeks would lie diminished stores In New Orleans, says: .? Therefore let our watchword always .e' Field and Garden Seed Ten .
Varieties of Seed
I by one half of what otherwise "I am of the opinion that Recall Orderlies 8* be *.
.. might have been expected are the ideal laxative for men, PROGRESS! Corn, Hardware, Tinware, Crockery, .
Blooms were killed in many placesand women anti children. This opinion Is ; $ t Fresh Clean Groceries aryn / .Vi
4. berries about to ripen were frozen (band upon my knowledge of the formula .. !' 1. .;. ,!' '! '! (!. I : and will be unfit to Brick + t
pick. :Many o f and upon what my customers i
the small berries frozen i BOOSTER ENVELOPES I Fertilizer.
green were say about then. Through personal exI'eiieucv. : It is believed by a number of that
I and as a result will not mature. 1 know they are pleasant totake the boa ter envelope .pr'd. crone person time aco t Cement J al' thof
;, The government instrument at the i gentle in action, and give the by business the Telefrra'ih and .'.."-,h'ply bv the + i.
men of Stark;
local weather bureau showed 32 de-1| results when ficial 'txtn very b<-1r- t Lime. stltir
; same pleading used by as an advert f' J
! .Trees as the minimum temperature me::!. women or children." been asked to stoc s-e elopes, btt \
+' during the night, but reports from outs -,1l't: hate the exclushe selling rights for to in rHer have an to do order this for it wii several. .e nt-essary thousand.for'W-JB> I $#? I'I I'.
'
- ? tying sections showed as low as :!8.j this great laxative shall be glad to hear from iiersons who would N.B.HULL
like to hathcse I It fe I'b
,. .,P degrees 'in places with ice plentiful. MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE of orders can envelopes.be booked If we a will sufficientnumber Mare rr
Plant City Courier. the order at an early date.
j THE REXALL STORE The price of the
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L_ s-ter- CANDIDA TIES

.-The cornerstone of the I in years and the council is to be con- COLLECTION OF '. J'r

new postoffice building was laid Sat- gratulated upon its progressiveness.
"
urday, with appropriate exercises un-I ARTILLERY IN THE WAR sI The Telegraph Solicits four

der the auspices of the Masonic lodge I TALLAHASSEE. After intense

of that city i suffering.the little four year old girl Firing of Long Rows of Guns Exceeds' Patronage for Printing

of Mr. B. F. Smith died last night at Anything That Has Taken Place
SANFORD.'TbZachary Crate the home of her parents near Chaires
On Any Battlefront CARDS
and Novelty Works factory began' operations ) station, her death being due to rabies. ,! J

last w eek and is now manufacturing The child was bitten by a mad dog ;

sash, doors, blinds, crate I several weeks ago. The little girl was London, En?!;., March 9.-As the ENVELOPES, \

material, etc. brought to this city and given the greatest ring of artillery ever assem- .

Pasteur treatment and appeared to be bled in warfare tightens about Verdun. LETTERHEADS .1

.4.P.\LACHICOL.\-Uanatee: COun- recovering. In fact, her condition was history's blocdiest slaughter is nearingits ,
so satisfactory that she was allowed to climax. Either the French must
her name in box letters
ty places car I CIRCULAR LET
return to her home several days -- FRS
last week by shipping seventy car- ago. weaken before the steady and method- ,
loads of celery-a new productto Last Thursday, however, Dr. Ausleywas ical roar of pant siege howitzer?, mil E. p. T 11.\ GAUD

the markets! of the country. The seventy notified that the child had unexpectedlY itary experts say, or the Germans OF MARION COUNTY DODGERS Etc. I ar

carloads were valued at $50,000. taken :3' turn for the worse must give up the attempt to take Verdun -, STATE Candidate For ,
COMPTROLLER
Wake up, Franklin countyites and set and was summoned to see her. She I in view of the frightful sacrificesof In the Neil Democratic Primary. Promptly and Cheaply. We 4
into the game.-Apalachicola Times. grew steadily worse despite the effortsof men already made. I lour Support Will Be Appreciated. gaafantee
I the physician, until last night the I Miles of guns are roaring Verdun, ,----- satisfaction. \
FAKE
SUBMARINES
died. especially: from the north and east. THAT

Presbyterian PLANT CITV.minister-Rev.in H.char C. Adams I The firing of the long rows of guns, II ARE FLOATING MINES Cuts /iii rushed at cost. Let us, hear ffom you.

LIVE OAK.-Mr. Ben H. Ward, a one behind another, far exceeds anything -
Lake Alfred church, was instantly I who cultivates that has taken place on any bat-
mule farm
killed and his daughter, Miss Myra' man a one tle field. Correspondents who have Any Vessel ; One The
near Wilmarth was in thecity Satur- Ramming Sup- Telegrc4hStarke
Adams, seriously injured when A. C. L- II
been the German
to
permitted inspect
day. Mr. Ward i is getting along in :
train No. 91. the Tampa Special, south- I years and is unable to do much of the positions around Verdun have never posing it to be a Submersible ,

bound, crashed into an automobile in strenuous work the farm seen so great a collection of artillery. Would be Blown
on any more, Up.
which they were crossing the tracksat Florid
but he makes up for his physical deficiencies In one position given over to artilleryof :: t
the Lake Alfred station.
middle caliber hidden in undulation s
by using his head which is an -
shown by the fact that he had a thous- paralleling cne front of the BALTIMORE, March 6.-Floating .. :.r .
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FT. LAUDERDALE-A man by the and pounds of meat to sell this year forces, the correspondents found bat T.inco equipped with periscopes is saidto : : : ", ;' "> ,<, -:::

name of Byrd was found dead on Tory and while some of the larger farmers teries arranged in a continuous line he the !latest device now being used -

Island, Lake Okeechobee, last veek, are buying corn he has at least a hundred with scarcely more.. than a hundred i i I by the Germans in destroying enemy -
and vss badly mutilated. It is not bushels more for sale. Mr. Ward yards between the guns. Behind these I chips, according to Capt. B. J. Keeltyof iii!'

known how he met his death. S. R. ,used to be a one-crop farmer, but he again, in suitable places for shelter, the British steamship Hartfield. The

Andrews, who showed every inc'VatLi has reformed and devotes his time to were the big guns, up to the wry Hartfield arrived here Sunday from atkhiil
I
: of having been in a fight, came raising feed and stock to feed it to. biggest, and from a crest on a hill London.

dawn on the N. B. Broward anj on his This. is a good cotton country, but it is could be seen far to the front field bat- Captain Keelty tells of having seen
arrival was arrested by the sheriff on better for general farming.SOUTHPART.While teries whose guns had been pushed for- one of the new destructive agents in
suspicion. ward almost into the infantry line. the English channel. The periscope

Ballons Guide Terrific Firing gave it the appearance of a submarine. .
digging a How many hundred guns the Germans lie did not attempt to win the admiralty's -
JACKSONVILLE.-State Attorney post hole &t this place one of the lab-
have assembled around Verdun reward of $2,500 for ramminga
I I
General Thomas F. West has institu-
orers in lighting cigarette threw cannot be told, but it is certain that. submarine: but reported it to a pa- r I
ted suit in circuit court in Duval coun- the lighted match into hole and a NI
a the drum fire with which the earlier trol boat. It+. '
ty against a .Jacksonville social club, the From I
flame issued from opening.
attacks were accompanied, and which According to masters of British vessels -
charged \;violation of the Davis
\
this there oil talk which:
was some
will precede the next series of assaultscan the placing of
a periscope on a
package liquor law. The case insti- brought to light the fact that there i
be likened as the work of man mine devised for the express purposeof '
tuted for the of testing the : V'
purpose has been a geologist -on the field for along with Niagara and other stupendous inducing some of the ships of the
of that feature of the statute ;
validity the of Milton
time in Capt. -
person phenomena of na'.ure.A allied nations to ram which woulchave v
which prohibits social and other clubs who has been trying; to locate a picturesque feature of the offensive resulted in the blowing up of the
from dispensing liquor.SUMTERVILLE.Last. vast lake of oil that he declares exists
against Verdun is the array of ship. It is understood that a numberof
somewhere in this section of ths county captive ballons, from which the workof the periscoped mines have been ,,' 1I

month a He seems to kn-l'.t hip Iw.iiwsn.rd I artillery in part is observed and directed adrift around Great Britain and the .
discharge was' sent to a convict in tr.gethfr;: with tits: -!ata aril the since the ballons usually are fleet of patrol boats are engaged in f

Sumter county and when a guard was naluro' indicatiors imnc' has l>on atrm.e only intermittently aloft. But the cor- removing them from the track of na- r

escorting him to the captain's office to ('. sufficient in>v si t.) fi.rin a respondents at times counted as manyas vigation. l T

givehim the precious document and stock company. All the shares have fourteen visible at once from a single -

the usual $10, the man in stripes ducked .. subscribed ani new arraiWitKnts. viewpoint. A long row of gas bags DEPUTY REGISTRATION OFFI- 1 Cfv
to the woods and is probably hid- are about complete to begin sinking. floating like giant sausages outlines CERS. &nut&&kn4 tuk'

ing in the belief that he is stttl under the well. roughly the German tentacle aroun-1

condemnation. As his time was out the fortress. German aeroplanes.vere k .
no effort was made to recapture him. PENSACOLA.-Visitors here as also seen in large numbers. Only The following deputies have been ,

. well as residents of the city who have once did the French anti-airship guns appointed by C. A. Knight- county reg- kY'a

LIVE OAK.-L. D. Hart, who came never seen the under-sea boats that seem to pay any attention to the Ger- istration District officer: ,
No.
1
Louis H.
-Lawtey,
here from Iowa: and bought a farm two are playing suh havoc with commercein man aerial scouts.
the great European war, will havean The French, too, had a number of Hill.District FRED
COME IN
miles west of town, has purchased a No. 2-Lake Butler A. C. AND GET A BANK BOOK AND JOIN
ballons tlcft above the fortress ,
which he isusir.g opportunity of getting a good view captive
Rock Island tractor plow JiEPOSITING
Strickland. OUR "CHRISTMAS BANKING CLUB" BY
protected from attack within the
to good advantage. The three of this class of fighting craft duringthe
14-inch plows turn over an acre of Mardi Gras celebration. The K charmed circles of girdle forts. Pearce.District No. Palestine, John D., EITHER 2 CENTS 5 CENTS OR 10 CENT& YOU INCREASE

land an hour at a cost of 21 cents for type of submarines, similar in many The fortress town of Metz is a good District No. 4-Providence YOUR DEPOSIT THE SAME AMC UNT EACH
D. C.
two gallons of kerosene. Mr. Hart is respects to the German U boats, will headquarters from which correspon- Williams. WEEK. NO CHARGE TO'JOIN. '/ I
well with the this modern be moored on the west side of Tarragona dents are viewing the battle of Verdun, ,
pleased
way the between the two fortresses District No. 5-Pinehill, A. A. Ha- :..t. \
plow works in this soil and believes it of Commandancia wharves dur- ground IN 40 WEEKS: ...
the ,celebration. The three sub- being to narrow that two hours by
ing zen.District
will pay any farmer who has any automobile would bring one to almost No. 6-Starke, J. F. Kick- 2-CENT CLUB PAYS $16. O I t
do marines and the mother ship, the mon-
great amount of plowing to to get
will to the any part of the battlefield. Every village 5-CENT CLUB PAYS 41.00 ": j
rid of stumps and this kind of plow itor Tallahassee, come up liter.District
use
city from the navy yard the latter partof has been reduced td a stone pile No. Hampton, A. A. ,. 10-CENT CLUB PAYS 82.00 4 t. ,

** the week and alongside the of ruins-looking as if it had been visited Futch. \
go WE ADD 4 PER CENT INTERESI'eYOU
ST. PETERSBURG.-The forn.ai District No. 8-Raiford, A. L. Crews
by earthquake of great
wharf while the big scout cruiser, an a mag-
ceremonies and breaking of ground for Columbia, will anchor in the harbor as nitude. Douaumont, the village from District No. Worthington, R. T. CAN DEPOSIT 25 OR 5O CENTS, ORS1.OO s

the new $100,000 postoifice building near to the city wharves as possible. which the last of the Frenchmen were Taylor. OR 52.0O OR MORE EACH ,& !
was solemnized Thursday night at the ejected barely twenty-four hours earl District No. 10-New River, MathJ. : t
COME IN-WE WILL TELL YOU A OUT IT.
site of the Fourth street .
building
Sapp.
new I ier, seemed a particularly peaceful
and First avenue north. Postmaster DE LAND.-An immense manatee, heao of stone. SOME CAT, THAT.

Roy S. Hanna, turned the first two or sea-cow with a half-grown calf, are Huge Shells Burst. BRADFORD COUNTY BANKrIviii1n1

shovelfulls of earth and Friday morn- making headquarters at Blue Sprin, Judging again from smoke clouds The prize for big wild cats must be
ing a large crew of men started the the from shells the German at-
a few miles from Orange City on bursting delivered to J. H. Kirkland. Last Sat-
actual construction of the work, which St. Johns river. The manatee is quite tention was largely devoted to another urday morning Joe was busy runninga ',1t

will be carried on with as little delayas tame, and lies quietly in the water fort of the outlying circle of fortsin fox down at South Profig. His does .

possible, so that the building will be while a boat is rowed over her and the the neighborhood of Douaumont. jumped a monster wild cat and hem-

ready for occupation the latter part of calf. Several good pictures have been Now and then explosions from French med his feline majesty up in a bunchof

the summer. taken of the two. There is a very t.nd German shells in the region southof palmettoes. The dogs and the cat ;

heavy fine for killing or maiming a Douaumont hill-forming the glacisof at once became involved in a fight and

BARTOW. It takes a consideration manatee, and as these two animalsare the inner fortress girdle-swelled when Mr. Kirkland saw that the dogs

of some magnitude to require the being very carefully watched by in a continuous clamor as one side or were likely to get the worst of the rift ram uotwn r T

affixing of $800 in revenue stamps on government agents, they may escape another attempted to gain some advan- battle, he put an end to the fight by i rait up I on'rou

a deed of real estate transfer, but this destruction. There is something- tage.The shooting the cat. cumin" jNE TB TEOt lCtHUMi' '
which har- French continue to be absorbedin Rlp l 1 1i
about Blue Springs,
was the amount placed on the deed to canny This wild cat was the largest ever & i .
the situation around Verdun. The )
bors sea food and sea animals. Two )
the land bought by the
phosphate killed in this section and weighed 40 : i
the spring was full of immense anxieties and doubts of the first daysof .
Phosphate Mining Company just east years ago pounds.; His foot was presented to the !
the fighting have been replaced by \
pea-crabs, and now a manatee
of town weeks from Messrs.E. Standard it is that
some ago I man and as big as
and calf, which are found as a rule joyful confidence in the strength of
C. Stuart and C. G. Meminger
few
There
of a large dog. are quite a i
General Petin'e either for
I several : prepardness
the have
only near ocean spent
which deal was consummated by Mr. wild cats in this swamp and they plavha'oc
weeks in the spring. There is evi- defense or a quick offense.
has had the
Stuart. This
with chickens other fowlsin
company and
The conviction regarding Verdun is fi >J
!
sidings put in and htveconstructed: dently a sublet ranean passage or the neighborhood. Their hides bringa ,
1 spring between the spring and salt that though the Germans may persistin 1
the officebuilding and are begining Standard.
BPICKOCDropBrkklnFeedBoxftfaiDoIlieRest
: good Macclenny GUARANTEED
their offensive their of attack prices
work on the plant.MACCLENNY water. The color of the water reminds power .
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lon very much of the Gulf Stream
has been weakened as it is considered
ST. PETERSBURG.-Duck hunting
water seen from Miami.i
Last :Monday after- I by airboat, while not the most; satisfactory that: it will be difficult for them to get
method of bagging game, is the same dash out of the troops who
noon while Leslie the two-year old SACOLA.Eighteen million at least a novel performance, and thatis have lost fights against the French infuture ItiA'1' 0111.t.rt OAl ;,.- I.;) .10'111' ''''.11.
son of Mr. and Mrs. George Hulbert.was Snip two cues BLACKMAN'3 3&LDrNYJV i idV: ',) 'J" if'
in front of superficial feet of timber and lumber, what E. E. Kleinmeyer of Indianapolis attacks. The Germans, there- CATED SALT BRICK by first freight. We "'s ii'fto jra jo uotsnjjxaTX.
sitting on the steps fore, have put a great number of infantrymen are entirely! out. The farmers are Getting atn uO1'\:1UtJl.t' bar .! asn i -PI"B J3A9, i
and Green did
his father's bakery shop eating cake, 14.073 barrels of rosin li>,i6:! square Ind., Johnny yes- "bad" after them out here.NASHVILLE. JpauaaZ ijaJie tm Ut:'.VuoiiDBisnBii! rcuaAJLVS '
'him bales of cotton,"_.306 tons of steel billets terday in Green's flying boat Betty. successively into action I DRUG CO- 'Iun alOU saetd tl '4b.8. J.'VS ctatyD
a large razor-back hog grabbed i and 6,030 oak staves, were shipped While Johnny manipulated the mach- and now appear to be replacing their N-.p\vll1". V. f Nov. 29, 1Q13. -:a1.1c:.z ap.o 1<'':\ 4 ateaitdr.P! sass d r
bv the hand and dragged him some Sold by J. W. White & Son. Newell B. Hull.
fifty feet. It is supposed that the raz- : from here during themonth of Febru- | int, Kleinmeyer unlimbered a gun and divisions. J. C. Manning L. D. Register W. G. Brooks. SHIILp JLVHAV ,

or-back was after the cake the child ary. The valuations were not made brought down 18 fine ducks on the bay. 'I The weather continues unfavorable. I ,

was eating, but the swine severely 1 public, under the new regulations but The disadvantage of hunting from a I The rain and snow keep the earth soft, : ---- -- .
bruised '|'on account of the large quantity of cot- flying machine, tho, was inability to where it has not already turned into '
the child's hand. Those near- .......
by heard the child scream and beat ton, which was exported the figures secure the game after it had been kill I. marsh. Automobiles near the front .1'I
the hog razor-backs would be much more than $1,100.000. ed. The two were in the air for an looked like moving blocks of mud. The

are becoming away. Mccclenny ferocious when they I During the month a total of 8,710 hour and 45 minutes the longest per- roads back of the French line, considering B. Z. MATTHEWSArtesian

attempt to very sized child. tons of coal were handled through the iod of any flight ever made here. Mr. the weather and the use to which 411
capture good
a port. Of this a cargo of 1,530 tons Kleinmeyer, who made his first trip in they are being put. are good. Twenty Well Driller i

was exported to Mexican ports the a flying boat yesterday: said he was I: thousand automobiles daily pass over j

MACCLENNV.-While in Jacksonville rest having been furnished to steamers skeptical about flying machines and i one thoroughfare behind the lines. i

last week. J. L. Vining, of the I as bunker fuel. Those in posi- especially hunting in one, but after : I Have Had Twenty-Four.N'ears .: i

street committee, made arrangements tion to know predicted that these figures the flight he said he never had a greater Pills Best For Liver.

with the Seaboard to furnish the town would be almost doubled once the experience in his life. Green made' Because they contain the best liver Experience In Well Drilftng!

with clay, and work will commence improved facilities for handling coal some spectacular turns in pursuit of medicines, no matter how bitter or

this week to clay the principal streets at this port are in commission. Ex- the ducks and on one occasion had a'' nauseating for the sweet sugar coat- .
of the town. The work will probably ports of cotton were larger during the race with a big goose which cut big ing hides the taste. Dr. King's New In Florida

start on the Dixie Highway and continue past month than for some months circles and looked back from time to Life Pills contain ingredients that put

through the city limits. Mr. Vin I past, and the same may be said of time trying to figure how to get away. the liver working, move the bowels / Guarantee to Satisfactorily Complete 411

ing was fortunate in making splendid rosin shipments. The cotton exports Green followed the evolutions of the freely. No gripe, no nausea, aid di- CONTRACTS .! '
rates for the clay and the town will alone represents valuation of more bird and made several short turns. gestion. Just try a bottle of Dr.

. get It for practically the cost of Jaufcjng. than $788.000, while thenaval stores banking his machine until it was tilted King's New Life Pills and notice how RAIFORD, 4 .... FLORIDA;

When completed, this will be the and timber and lumber also are worth nearly on end. The goose was finally much better you feel. 25c at drug ': .
Rest i brought down. I gists. ---------=...
improvement made in the townaiaarr many thousands of dollars. ((2)

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.;. PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA. -':3..- __


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- II "PREP ARED ESS. PRISONERS LOSE THEIR ; ,
Bradford '
County Telegraph 19 H RENOWNED MAN II i'1

i LIVES IN EL PASO FIRE: I
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The subject of "prepar nHs" has; I I i Ii I Political Announcements !

Local and Long Distance Phone )(>(>n of late and is still discussed very i i

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Number nuch. It pertains to possible war between I Prisoner Said to Have Thrown I VISITSATLANTA I._.............' ._ .-4to.oh. _..._.:' 4 6.U6." l "
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this and some other nation. But vvwvvwv-vwwwv - Vv. 'T,- Hi

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u inch in length (72; lake Worthington
oreparcdness is not only necessary in : Lighted Match into a Tub Cards not more than one Bttl.t'nd Spring
Published weekly, and entered as : word-1 will:I be published under this heading I : 1"Lct to the will of "o,
military matters, but in civil as wall, until the primary election voters at t'- primary to 1* held June ( itl"
of receipt
i second class matter at the st.omce for the individual as well as the na- of Gasoline. i! L. T. Cooper Gives Large Part in from June date for J5.: A proportionate additional Jf elected JMI faithfully discharge the'dntul

at Starke Florida. i i will be made for additional space fractional of the uirir* W. R. ALDERMAN. J"FoiiiMlSSlONER j
Jon, for every man and woman has I charge _
Each Year to
an
of Income parts of an inch being counted Bo
= .he battle of life to fight. I in advance DIST.I SO.
EL PASO, :Match 6.-Nine prisoners inch. Announcement fees are payable -i

I ,, E. S. )MATTHEWS Editor and Owner The first necessity in preparednessfor lost their lives ar.d eleven others J Charity and this rule will not be- varied. County hen.l Co). Muwioner.nnounce for myself the 3rd a candidate .

H. E. LAGERGREN. Associate Editor life's battles and duties is health. were seriously burned in the city jail I I FOR CLERK- CIRCUIT COURT.I respectfill/iolicit your support Ditr1

.. I _ _____ No matter howell we are otherwise: I' fire today, which was caused by: the respectfully: announce my candidacy for of ocratic priory June 6th. I
has Court tl
prepared we fall by the wayside if Not in recent years perhaps the office_ of Clerk of the Cireut to serve If) people &the law directs.J.ILMOOR.
exploding of a large tub containing a and solicit your support at .J
.
who Bradford! County
have character
: The United States troops the coming of public ( _
our bodies are frail. But if we haveno mixture of gasoline and kerosene any the primary election to be held on the 6th day -:

' been sent into Mexico after General constitutional disabilities we can : aroused such wide-spread interest as of June, 1916. I am encouraged to enter this I hertby
I Villa and his bandits have orders to all which was used ,S a bath to exterminate did the visit of L. T. Cooper the millionaire race by the flattering vote received by me at re-l tion V' the office of County
keep healthy by avoiding excesses
germ-carrying vermin. the last election at which time I withdrew for Dijcrjct No. 3 Raiford
. return to the United States after Villa and observing the common rules of First I philanthrepist to'Atlanta re- from the second primary in order to preserve subject to Mi* action of the CInJJ't1'
said that
has been captured and his forces dis reports one prisoner cently.Mr. harmony in the party as well as the proffered If elected till at .1 times work
; I health which are or should be well
l
obligated Bradford
deliberately threw a lighted match of friends who were otherwise! tercet of t people
This is of "first catch ofAmerica's support
k persed. a case known. Cooper is described as one Those having S. T. DOWLING.
into the tub. Most of the victims were during that campaign. _,
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I your hare. The second necessity is character.We foremost leaders of advanced business with the office will if I am elected, -
I a locked in cells surrounding the bath into fame and be given courteous attention and consideration COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. t :.

t' -' Rube Allyn says that editors rare- must be honest toward ourselvesand quarters when the fire started and thought and sprang The records under my personal care I hereby Announce myself a candidaisreeiectoflt3 far:'
, others and trustworthy. Trust fortune through his new health theories and supervision shall ever be open to inspection the office of County Cos ...
: ly get elected to office and "that they : were unable to escape the sheet of based what is known as the by the public. Respectfully. sicner for district No. 4 (Starke). 'Wife'}

r. : know the reason why." Can the reason worthiness covers up a multitude of flame which followed! the explosion on H. C. RICHARD. the diu'e-ffcf: the office were new t mer*
shortcomings and is frequently the Tanlac treatment. He is a man of have trie V> serve the ofdistrict
I be the same as that for which : About fifty were taken out of the jail j I myself candidate for ftthe bt intert. n i
quality that is inquired into first of rare talents magnetic force and charm I hereby announce a county Wit tb
l no man suspected of possessing a unharmed. The fire was quickly extinguished re-election to the office of Clerk of the Circuit experience t have had I feel tht I in I
, of is all by a prospective employer and is i and Lea ordered I, of manner. He never ceases to surprise Court subject to the action of the Democratic better service in the future if rl! ( i
grain sense accepted as a jury- Mayor an
always inquired into first of all by a you with the infinity of his party at the primary election to be held June I shall c.ftfcinly always strive to do lI.wbt '
man in a murder trial? investigation. 6th. 1916. Pledging to the people of Bradford best f 'il\ concerned. On this
prospective creditor. Complete sobriety knowledge and its absolute correct- careful attention { bui .
S county courteous prompt and licit tbel of the dfmoral of
Some time ago the Germans invented is necessary to those who as- GASOLINE FROM SHALE ness and thoroughness. In several of to the business of the office I respectfully solicit L. L th lt
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the virtue of trustworthiness. the larger cities especially throughout their support. -
a process for converting muck into pire to W. T. WEEKS. COMMISSIONER DISTRICTED.
s
2 : feed for cattle. Now they are rfaking Character includes steadfastness of: In view of the ever-increasing demand -! the South he has done a great deal I 'I I. I FOe announce mY8el a candidt l
ONE. I
; beer out of turnips. Their next purpose self-reliance and a stout heart of lelief work among the poor. FOR REPRESESTATn'E-GROL"P County flrimmissioner No
in I II '
for the increase County
gasoline and L lo the Democratic Elector of Bradford (BrooKer Hampton I respectfully
: achievement will probably be to make under adversity.The price of crude oil, from which it is obtained -I Mr. Cooper is a firm believer in Florida:- the supr-fd of the vot..r at the taual

I' I, i sourkraut out of sawdust. Starving third necessity is friendship. i I practical philanthropy and his relief ,I I hereby announce myself a candidate inGROl'P ,1 primary t held on June 6th dmn
it is know that
important to an t office PI*
for the
re-romination
: ONE. for
if do duty such
I is futile Life would be barren waste without work in Atlanta is already familiarto I I ele.d fo my as ommi .
i Germany into submission a a almost inexhaustible supply of oil maybe of Representative of Bradford County. Florida. J A. B.
in business the workers of that citDuring' \ the action of the democratic SL"RRESC.I
i ; ; undertaking. friends in a social sense and a obtained from the shale of northwestern charity subject to pri'I'
\ \I S lightens I his recent visit there he distributed mary to be held in June. 1916. Hrell announce myself a
.\, I way friendship uphill I Colorado northeast Utah r.rd I respectfully solicit the support of all democratic -, County ( of candidt r
I I t : The sheriff of Bay county, one day work immensely. It helps us on the southwestern This shah at the Piedmont Hotel under electors and promise if nominated and (Hami'to'? lnissionel Ilrooker and Xew River). aDd No
Wyoming. nupectfullytolici -
I I : lately, poured tho beer out of 218 bottles way supports us when our steps falter -!1, the personal direction of leading charity elected to faithfully discharge the duties .of the support of the demoentic

f that he had captured. The sheriff and lifts if fall. To gain contains materials which when heated workers eleven hundrc-'I readyirade -,. the office. JOE 1111.1WILLIAMS. voter in '.he primary to be held on June {ti, '
us we and fsith wly:! if to do '
I i may be converted into crude oil, gns: promise elt'Ct my duty
"thought this was enough for one the friendship of our fellow men we I dresses of excellent quality to I hereby announce myself a candidate In as SUCT c t"milionC t I all my '
**> and deferred destroying the balI ,| and ammonia. The high cost of distilling : Group One for representative in the State in continng to Jrork the county convicts tlo"
day, simply have to observe the golden rule th women an] children. Lndie I'I'I a.
F I oil from shale compared to the HOT I I Legislature subject to the action of the voters the rcacisj J. ADKINS.
ance of the booze he had captured till -to treat others as we wish to be : pr.r>-inent in social life and I many ;pro- I I In tlio
I i I I some other time. He is a wise sheriff treated and live "with charity to all j cost of producing oil from wells hssI r.ii.cnt citizens were on hand: early :In I on j. 'ne6thpro: i iii f' tjto; give careful I wish }o announce to the citizens of Cam-!
thus the in to the duties of the office and to
far attention
I I prevented development missioner District No. 5 that I am a
It is not healthy for any candidate to and malice toward none." this of such jii.d the afternoon to rtsist ;*i ( )-')I.J'iti"with j use my utmost endeavors to act for the best date for o-inty Commissioner in and c"u

I' act too sacrilegiously just before the These three qualities given the next country an industry Mr. Cooper in this worthy cause.A interests of all concerned.D. district f hj'i-ct to the action of the i-
may continue to prevent it for tome F. MCDONALD. election of June 6th. If
primary. is efficiency which means a thorough time but sooner or later this great few weeks previous to this he per- -- prmii fe faithfully discharge the dmof'primary =

S mastery of the calling we wish to formed a similar service in Birmingham I ta'te this method of announcing to the citizens the off ice?with the view of serving
I / The other day a razorback hog in i source of supply will be utilized to of Bradford county that I am a candidate teresu o| ell concerned. f -
t the heart of the town of Macclenny: pursue. In former days the word "ef supplement the decreasing productionfrom and donated one thousand dresses for Representative in Group 1, subject : JAMES REY I.

I ficiency" was seldom used for then to the poor of that city. Similar do- to the action of the primary election to beheld OLDS '- '
I l' forcibly abducted small boy with the regular oil fields. "
a on June 6th. If I am honored with election I ferpf-y announce myself a candidate for'
there of for all and nations also made in Xashville.Chattanooga
t the intention probably of eating the was plenty room The oil derived from the shale is were I promise to serve you faithfully. the cffic| .f County Comm'ssioner for Dit-i
: making a living was not a serious and Knoxville and his W. G. SEALS. trict No. S. Hampton. If elected I will .
boy. Some time ago the editor of the similar to that which is being produced .
: matter. Persons in business for them- establishment of the now famous "free my test :.rffvrts to gene my district and ;
Macclenny Standard poked fun at from wells in the United States at FOR REPRESENTATIVE-CROLT TWO. county a! large !n way economy and im-f .

Starke because the cows are allowed selves could prosper under many shortcomings the rate of more than 250,000,000 bar- bread line" in Louisville during the I hereby announce myself a candidate in pro\mej .fctte.t'vI' therefore ask for.
and faults in GROUP TWO for nomination for the office of ceminx <
employeswere winter where he distributed fifty your primary.
many past sUN"r
:. to sleep on the streets. Well, all the rels a year. When refined by ordinary Representative in.the Legislature from Bradford H. D. MAY. '
the and
overlooked. But
cows demand from us is lodging, when; sharp methods the shale oil ;yields an average thousand loaves of bread absolutelyfree county. subject to the action of the Dem- ----
I I I heartless competition of today in every and without question to those-in ocratic primary election to be held on June! ; *
meal time FOR SHERIFF.I .
out into the of about 10
r : comes they go per cent gasoline 35 6th, 1916. 1 respectfully solicit the support of
woods and eat grass. calling except farming gives the per cent kerosene and a large amountof want, proved a revelation to charity all voters at said Democratic primary and hereby announce myself a candiat for.

11 5 I I phrase "survival of the fittest" a more workers there. In fact in practicallyevery promise a faithful discharge of my duty if I re-lftk'1 to the office of Sherf Brd0.
paraffin. The yield of gasoline from county. 'i have
real than it had before. honored with nomination and election.A. dUlinj my encumb"e f'd..a'td
Ever since we were children the meaning ever city Mr. Ccoper has visited the am tn
the shale may probably be largely increased S. CREWS.To dicharee my utif ai
most of us have heard, and perhaps a The learning of any occupation well has always shown his great sympathyfor ;i.l hope that my has met the.iippnvap *.,
the of
by use refining methods
few of us have experienced the story begins in the school. Even a ditch especially designed for that :; the poor and unfortunate by per- the Democratic voters<< of Bradford County: hope lot(a the good public support to the at extent the coming that I primary tea-- -
for
candidate
purpose. I hereby announce myielf a
J of the prodigal son who comes back digger with some education is more The which is good illuminating forming some unique act of charity.Mr. Representative in the legislature of Florida in tf re-elected I promise &gl an

home and finds the best cuts of the efficient than one without it, and the gas a'ery Cooper contends that nine- Group Two and respectfully solicit the supportof a hither'o find wlil endeavor to J':

fatted calf ready to be served to mere knowledge of reading writing gas will perhaps he sufficient tenths of the diseases and ill-health of the voters in the coming primary to beheld wherefofi x. 1 respectfully solicit your
up 'I to furnish all the heat required to distill June 6th. 1916. I promise, if elected to ;: S. B. DS 'ARK
him. But did any one ever hear a nice and arithmetic opens the door for us I the present-day American is due to give\ careful attention to the duties of the office -
the crude oil from the shale. This h? d> announce to the citizens of Brad
.
little story about the prodigal daugh. I I4 I I into profitable fields while it is shut i The ammonia is a most valuable byproduct faulty digestion: and improper assim- to the best interest of .the L. people.E. CROSBY. ford co./ty that I am a candidate for Shenl.il .

--4 ter? Was anything ever killed for against those who dd not enjoy these ilation of the food which finally produces --------- ----- I,< of the distillation and may be elect) ,on;v> be held on June 6th. I
her except her poor little heart?-Ex- I'I advantages. For instance a man maya utilied in the manufacture of a stuffed-up condition of the FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT.I olie commercial respectfully announce myself! a candidatefor
change. I a thorough sailor and capable of fertilizer other nitrogen vital organs.It the office of Superintendent of Schools of primary.-inil promise a faithful discharge of a t

1/ running a ship as far as it goes but or compounds has been said that Tanlac his Bradford connty. and solicit your support in duties (it the office if I am elected.

\ Senator N. P. Bryan, in the opinion! the mere lack of a knowledge of navigation as the market demands. The celebrated medicine, which is now accomplishing the primary election to be held on the 6th of -..i W. J. EPrERO .

of this regardless of the foolish' United States Geological Survey has June. 1916. pledging myself if elected, to I FOR
paper debars him from becoming a \
such remarkable results duties. SESATOR
l' faithfully discharge
examined large of shale my I her fy .
in Colorado
conditions areas candidate
political summed by annunce fo
up captain or first mate. Education enables throughout the country, not only O. MIZELL. ? Stat
some of his over-zealous friends, is logically I us to analyze problems, to plan made, Utah and Wyoming and has quickly overcomes; all catharrhal in- I hen.by announce myself a candidate for : ,) Bradford county), rubjeet t Snatr th w
distillation
his own successor to the high work to calculate cost and time; it many tests. Some iflammations of the mucous membrane the office of County Superintendent of Publie of the 'mlcratie voters a expressed t .
I>rirrar*;election to be held June tth.
office he fills. beds of shale that are several feet in the action of the demo on
Instruction to
now so ably His emi subject
develops the of observation and (.'
power but acts directly in the correction ofthe respoct :ly solicit the support of the
nence as a statesman is even magnified puts us on our guard against trickery.A thickness will yield more than a bar. 'I ocratic primary election to be held on June at EaiJ'i'rimnry and promise my Y
stomach liver kidney and intestinal 6th. 1916. I respectfully solicit the support at
,
A
rel of oil to the shale trnt.on the duties of
by a careful analysis of comparative beloved Starke minister while ton of and one of the voters at said the office if I am'
disorders.
statesmanship with the past performances addressing graduates of the High bed 6 inches thick will yield more than Tanlac, as has 1,een so convincinglyproven primary.F. A. SCOTT.I ed g --A. D. ASDR 8 ', )t

his two barrels of crude oil to the ton of To the IVsiocratic Voters of Bradford
t of opponents and he School, said among other things: "If by the thousands upon thousands hereby announce myself a candidate for I hrri'iy Culi.
should foolish shale. One ton of this shale should 'he office of County Superintendent of Public announce my candidacy
not through
prejudice, I was given the task of cutting downa Senatorifr
Bradford ,
who have endorsed it, is also a County. If elected I
therefore Instruction subject to the action of the
suffer the loss of single vote. Jack yield nearly 10 gallons of iinlivvou a faithful
a certain number of trees in two reconstructive tonic of great power democratic primary on June 6th 1916. Pledg- performance of my due.

: sonville State. I hours I would spend one hour at gasoline by the present commercial in ? to the people prompt courteous and care- J' Respectfully. *3
and has been known to relieve the : W. E.
MIDDLETON.
| methods DR tj
of
: S gasoline extraction and ful dispatch of their business if elected. I -
grinding This is --- -

t I; : TilE MOEWE AM_) HER MISSION 'II (efficiency my axe.) in a nutshell.! preparedness These- I larger methods.yields may be made by new most blood obstinate disorders cases in of a rheumatismand very short at respectfully said primary.solicit the support E. R. POPPELL.of the voters ME.EK I taki this SCHOOL method BOARD to thank DIS the?.voters NO.-I'-

t t I days a nerson must "make ffood," or time. Bradfo.1 county for the confidence that f
-
t Regardless of what one's attitude I he'is jnade to step aside for better I Little attention has been paid to this the I hereby announce myself for re-tlection to rntreste toward me in reflecting t
: a shale because the It is, indeed, doubtful, if anythingever office of County Superintendent of Schoolsof to the Member of the School .
1
I of
quantity
I may beth reference to the outcomeof "prepared" one. petroleum placed on the market in the Bradford county and respectfully solicit i for my} torma in succession, and at l
produced from wells in the United way your votes in the June primary. If elected, I tinned :Vjliritation th e
the | While the foundation of education of many of
one's admiration my
European war
I of a medicine has sprung into such will endeavor to hold and increase the great nounce friend p
for the daring of the German sailors i. i is laid in school the real education States has been sufficient to satisfy al! popular favor in so short a time. Peo- growth of our schools in results and benefitsto subject t--njwlf> the a primary a candidate election in rle,

and soldiers increases with each report -| for life's work just begins at close of demands, but for more than 50 years ple everywhere have been quick to the children of the county.F. G. I refe", ray pa.t record as an evidenc u a- .
SCHELL.
the oil shale in whnt v..tl be
industry Scotland has my earnest efforts in school matters
unusual school days. It must be imbibed
of episode and this | lylearning 1----------
I an recognize its wonderful merit. The in-'the future. W. KICKLITER. 4
from been a very important one. In recent FOR TAX COLLECTOR. L _
books
admiration has just been heightened by observation demand for it has been nothing short -4 F.ME.E- --
ty of the raider by inquiry by thought. Every phase years more than 8,000 men were employed I hereby announce myself a candidate for : SCHOOL DIST. NO. J .,
experiences ,
1 j sea of phe menaI. re-eUcUon for the office of Tax Collector\ for To VotersI 'BOAR
Moewe.' This vessel although hounded and ramification of one's chosen occupation in the industry in that country Bradford county subject to the action of the daey tt. member of the Board of my ca

by many vessels of the allied fleets j should be mastered. If, he- yet the average yield of oil per ton of : It Atlanta where Tanlac was placed Democratic: primary of June 6, 1916 and promise structui from District No. 2. Publi I 3
I shale was much loss than on sale only about a month if 'lected to I give the office my time and nonunion of the If successful\
that ajro.
returned to a German port after an :j sid; ?s. we learn enough to keep up an which the people my servcte. Respectfully. "rmio'to use my Irimary.eff.rta to aduace;
bottles
unusual record in* destroying merchantmen -I intelligent conversation with a doctor appears possible from the shale of Colorado over 9,000 have been sold, B. M. DOWLI?'G.I t e C'tC, of. education bt Bradford Co41fl-

merchant and Utah. It is estimated that which according to the Jacobs' Pharmacy lourfj'j.piirt is respectfully ?
the nolitician ;
of The mechanic farmer solicit
I enemy. exploits I in Colorado Co., of that city has take this methoj of announcing to theCitizens I' N. t
alone establisheda .
of the vessel rival those of the Confederate so much the better.A there is sufficient: of Bradford county that I am a can- _E ROBERTS
I shale, in beds 3 feet new record and is unprecedentedin didate for the office of County Tax I -.h
; raider, Alabama which under necessary habit for anyone' who or more thick and Collector \ to say t the voters of
the subject to the will of the voters at the county that I Br40 ,
richer than the shale history of the drug business of democratic ; am a candidate for
the command of Admiral Semmes wishes to succeed in life is saving. being mined in to be hnid
I primary on June 6th. In A a Ro.r of the Board of Public Instruct!*
j who did such valiant service for the Nothing can be done without money: I Scotland to yield twenty billion barrels Atlanta.t.- I In the city of Knoxville, the making this announcement I refer to my record for D'hct; No. 2, and if elected I prom" :

i and if of crude oil. from which at least n.Ull I man-Chamblis Co., have sold and iis treasurer of the county and promise fathlt; service to one and all. and I respectI
"lost vro squander : the
cause" during the war betweenthe L our means WP same careful attention to the office of col- fully ..vjlirit
distributed ; : ) at the coming*
states. Germany like the South, i make no progress. To the contrary, two billion barrels of gasoline may be l.'j,3'Jo bottles since the 27 lector if I am honored with election. mary fj 'ourUppr, Thankinl you for ptsl5. .

is practically cut off from outside com- I|I opportunities frequently arise when extracted! }I.y ordinary refining- pro. day of February 1915. In Louisville G. W. HAZE faxorj-- E. DOUGLASS. J

I I I nunication by her enemies, and the the possession of a little ready money cesses.As Ky., the Taylor-Isaac Drug Co.. who I I hereby anrymce myself-\ a candidate for .IF.3UUR:--SCHOOL BOARD-- -DIST.- -NO. I ;

,I services of such vessels as the Moewe 1 may: lead to great profits. Health. I wa. stated in the recent reply of cnorate fight retail stores in that city. 'I the otTicu of Tax Collector of Bradford coun I I 14 fty anrwunce myself a candidate 1*. 4
tyubjwt
Secretary Lane to Senate sold -'>:2.000 lottlos: in less than PO to the Democratic Primary of June I relnsn a Member of the School fir'
I a resolution '
I have been badly needed since the war honesty, considerateness. knowledge; Irr.lriety fpth,111'i.! and Milicit the support of the Dt'mucratc itotriVo.. 3. subject to the Boar '

,: I I ejran. Her officers and men deserve : and economy are all necrer ,;;- on the subject of gasoline: "The dev.Iopment days. Through the Nashville office I' --- voters. J. VEKNOV. JOXES.. ;jd j .mofjtic primary election to actiol be held \.
.i for i I of this alone nearly 100,000 bottles have been -- -- --I JU'ie t..i. I solicit the support fith. t
and have the commendation of cour- victory in the battle of life. enormous resrvcsimply FOR COUNTY JUDGE. resl'CtuUy

..KIM i a ('.loving people for their daring exploits ._- I' : awaits the time when the priceof sold in six months' time. The demand I I hen'by announce myself as a candidate I \.Jirs at CHESLEY t>1tlion.'i .FOGG.

and displays of patriotism.- i MARCHING ON.Germany gasoline or tho demand for other for Tanlac in Birmingham, Chattanooga -j 1 I for reflection\ to tie office of County Judge --- ;
'I distillation and in fact of Bradford countv subject to the action i' l-4.- announce myself candidate j
: Tampa Times. products warrants the utilization everywhere it has 1 of a !
I the
of this been introduced has been Democratic I'rimary June Cth. 1916 and h.Jte of :Il'mhl of the Board of Publie D
substitute likewise phenomenal if i-ltcted sucli"1 for
This
! -S has made the source. prO'isE to give the same daily attention District No. 3, subject to the
NEW SECRETARY most wonderful may happen in the future. At all events and the demand for it is constantly to the duties of the office in the future tn.n ,t. tii, coming primary. If elected I p05
OF W.R.I"
I : in in the mi-e *
progress war ever made by these shales increasir.tr. A a "n-ci..ntiou service in the interest '
are likely to be total of overone past.CEO. th.c mr
and the
nation A. GARDINELI ) district and therefore
aiy since the history of the .
drawn million bottles of the licit
upon long before tho exhaustion medicine has yiut suPPr Eeipectfully.

I The new Secretary of War, Newton world. of the petroleum fields." been sold in nine months' time and it hereby announce myself a candidate for '\ B. P1NHOLSTER.
I It has been several of the office of County Judge and -- i' -- ---- ----_.-
1'). Baker, ex-mayor of Cleveland is fighting the is, without doubt the most widely licit the support of the respectfully so FOR TAX
I voters at the
democratic
: a comparatively young man. A lawyer most powerful nations: of the world and soul 1 against talked of medicine in the world today. pr'mary election to be held on June 6th. I To thc-citizens of ASSESR:-

t by profession he has served assecretary and yet not a single battle has been The Germany. When believe I did my duty when I held the office I Un1. my sincere gratitude and ppi5
.1 fought on its ground. jingo press owned or controlled asked to explain this record- before. If I am elected! again I shall give an '; for the very kind consideration Jn
to one cabinet officer and own honorable nw ifi:.the
by the breaking demand and conscientious past, and solicit cordial
Plunder-bund for Tanlac discharge of your
have the I
'I twice been mayor of his home city. Beyond i Since the war began it has captured small 'victories magnified Willis, :\fr. G. F. duties of the offic T. J. DEKLE. Port *rt the forthcoming democratic pr
i of the Allies and Cooper's Southern -- elid-os! for the office ,
-- of
this public experience he has had land of its enemies as follows: Russia suppressed representative -- ------- -' County .
I ..117,050 great victories on the part of said: "There can be only FOR COMMISSIONER DIST. NO. I. Tuf. Should I again be elected yon 5
little opportunity to demonstrate qual square miles; Serbia 33,718: ;; the Germans.In one possible I hereby find me on the job ready give t.$ '
explanation announce that I t
., ifications and ability, though he has Belgium 11,083; France 8,613; Mentenegro spite of told in 'and it can be County Commissioner for District am a candidate No. J. Providence for best s4-\ice of which I am capable. .' ,'
"Uncle one word ?
i 849. This Sam's" active cooperation 'merit. That tells and Palestine Very truly. :
makes total voting
been of I
always of a -
regarded as a man attainments. the whole prtinct ear N. D. WAINWRICHT.I .
with the neatly solicit the '
106,316 square miles of land Allies-in spite of story. No preparation, no suppor of \oteI of the 5. ._ "
i Perhaps one thing that captured district ]
: the threats made matter how pt'dKinl faithfully discharge the i h...elv *(
by the Teutons by Woodrow Wilson extensively advertised duties of announce myself a candidate for
; will commend him is his sound common which is more land the office if elected. ffice *f Tax _
I 1 than all of and others standing for anything the can possibly meet with such phenomenal J. J. Assessor of Bradford count.
ject A.
sense illustrated by a recent remark England Wales, Scotland BLACKWELDER the Democratic Primary W
Allies b
j I and Ireland combined. demanded Germany is fighting success, unless it possessed extra- I June t 1916. and earnestly solicit the I 1*
follows
as "I believe in hereby announce myself
:
a candidate Pp
peace for of
I I The land eight great nations and so far has ordinary curative powers." II election to the office of County re- tM- Democratic voters at said pnl
and in the proper enforcement of the captured by the Teutonic been crushing for District No. 1 (Providence Commissioner ple.lK.rg] ; myself, if elected to give rtd
them Thousands
t laws of peace-by force if necessary." | forces is more than the combined area snows in a way that upon thousands are tes During my incumbency I have and Palestine K(-od. *;, faithful service. Jleapectfully ,

I In other words Mr. Baker believes i! of Vermont Connecticut. New York, Germany's marvelous superiority tifying daily that they have been relieved and w-rrk faithfully for the interest of endeavored my ditriet.to --- f '. C. BYRD.- '
the --- *
I New Jersey Maryland over combined strength of the of disesases" after promise if re-elected to continue serve FOR SUPERVISOR REGISTRlnOS. -
in preparedness to enforce peace and Virginia and years of suffering it to the best of my ability, OF
Florida. opposition. by its use. spectfully solicit and therefore r I a>a candidate for re-election to the oW* .;,
in this belief he is your "
quite in harmony support at the coming of *
,
suj'-nUor
I I Uncle of registration and wilt ti& /
San 's Primary.
I with the President and with the large: And yet we hear talk of Germany ?Wall Street; special agents in Tanlac is sold exclusively in Starke A. H. WILLIAMS.FOR the viAtrs at the coming primary for _*

I i being are making millions out of by C. P. UPP.t" I hate given careful to t .
whipped-of Cason
, attentioD.
; majority ,f people of this country. For Germany being the ; in Lake Butler by COMMISSIONER DISTRICT. KO. !. f this office will W1tnup ;
war. la
the
They { and
(II some time there has been a growin.; | starved out. It is gaining more ground with Want war them-
, ,'I conviction that if the United States: i i I every lay and has been conquering Germany-hut not a mother's by the Hampton Pharmacy in County Butler Cormisioner for district No. 2 I Lake te- C. A. KNIGHt I:,:
__
} son of them ; respectfully solicit the -., _. _. -
would -
of -
had been "j the Allies, and the latter have had do any .i -htng': Lawtoy by the Cash the of support : -.
prepared to enforce its demands i iJ the They would be Drug Store; in \'ottr the district at the coming pri. If OR rOSST AILE DIST. SO. I. ,

;' loner drawn out ncpotiatior--: I I "id and co-operation of the United ifni ..,' busy robng} \ tV dear Raiforl by the Weaver Drug Co.; and i mary.duties J elected I promise to discharge: the I tlE this metho of announcing to j t" \
in ff the office impartially citml* ,.f A
'I States. Knplyhur tlw nim'tions in Worthington and have 1.\Iy I am a candidate 1
: regarding the rights of American citizens : while the toiling by R. T. Taylor. the irt..ret of all the people always t heart. C.n"Nb1t. in and for District No. 1. subj.f -,' ,

I would not have been r.ecessai'.1 I Uncle Sam has furnished the Allies *(J Ptd.-fxie.: masses would be Con- R. J. ANDREWS. to JV affion of the primary election W_- '

Mr. Baker is a good exponent of present 'vitHirdreds. of millions of dollars''wo' Whenever You Need a General Tonic I hereby announce .h.I'l.n June 6th. I respectfully ask r ,. :
myself a \ faithful atj
Plnd
candidate for prm' ,
sentiment. and while. as he says' ,f war matErial for the enemies Take Grove's County Commissioner in and for District No. {:'f I am elecvd. J. H.at..nti.n t | '

I : i of ii !in'\'. Lucky Individual. The Old 2 (Lake nut r and Worthington LO\ER' 1
, .; he knows nothirpj at all about th:? du-: ] Standard Grove's Tasteless the I. and reeictfully :

. : tics of Secretary of War he will enter ;, The administrative forces of "Uncle "A man Is mighty! lucky" said Uncle chill Tonic is equally valuable as a the dtir-oeratie/ primary support election of the be voters held at I f<) CONSTABLEDIST. NO. ,? 'f ,

office with the confidence of the pub ; Sam" have been in sympathy with the Eben. "if he's born wit a good General Tonic because it contains the June 6th. I promise if elected t to give on S' ryr 1'Ituly No.announce to the eitit' (
j i bass voice well known tonic ful and : care < 6. that I am a Cflt
dat attention
: I Allies. makes what he i properties QUININE con.cfntioW to the duties of f.r office of $id4tr1'
lie. In such men as Mr. Baker thi I says the C. Constable in and fo '
sound solemn an1 and IRON. It acts on the Liver ofice. A. ROBERTS.I '- I am elected 1 I
: J I serious even it itaont Drivis I \1 give rr; :
people believe.-Exchange. The
capitalist have out Malaria the
worked heart amount to much." Enriches the Elood and hereby announce myself as a candi. :1 te4on; duties of the '
-' -C---: ; Builds date JACOB J.
co tt YvLcleSystcc. 0aI. Q.s in for the office of County Commissioner __ JOHSSt :

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FRIDAY MARCH 17, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE FIVE

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INFORMATION REGARDING ;i surveying know that they must regulate + + + + + .. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + of' + + + + + + + + + +

THE LAND LINES their compasses l-y the north star, + LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE ., + LEGAL NOTICES 'I FRENCH TRANS-- Catarrh ;and

do not know that the star's + + + + + + +
many position : + + + + + of'I + + +
( I + + + + + + + + + + + 1' + + 4

(Continued From Page 1.) 1 is variable, and the first sight APPLICATION' FOR T\\ tEl 1 after its and !. and that the Colds :/ To Rid :
to the star is is apt to be on one side OF passage approva PORT SUNKVIIH\ B ,
I UNDER SECTION OF CHAPTER I| giving of said notice to said ra:Inav company :
of the true north, and when they sight 488*. LAWS OF FLORIDA. l shall be deemed and held as notice t>, al! its

Xc, the section lines do not change. the next time it may be on the other ; Notice is hereby piun that T. J. Aldvrmin conductors engineers and others in cl'arre of Relieved
marked Certificate. '.'6. daurt the trains and loce'!nutives either of them
of Tax or
They arc by chops on the trees! I purchaser :
side. The lines with the last
the they run 4th day of August. A. D. 1913. has lied said passing through the spid town of Starke. LOSS OF Cth
on or near the lines by government variation do not correspond with those I I I certificate in my office and has made appl'.ca SECTION" FOUR 3,130 a great achievement. :

surveyors. But many of the lines from the first. Unable to explain |I tion for tax died to issue in accordance with I This ordnance; shall take effect and be enforced Xls
law. Said certificate embraces the following described from and after ten days after its passage peopie would be well .

were run from 80 to 90 years ago and where the trouble lies, they believe, I I property situated in Bradford c.iunty and approval. and happy \ ere it not for ca- ,;
the marked trees have been E. S. MATTHEWS.President .
destroyedor Florida. to-wit:
the marks covered by wood and and try to make others believe, that I I I I' S'v of Lot 6. ',Ik 10 in Worthington. Ck*. 33, of the Council. GREATEST OF ALL MARINE tarrh. It is *urth ten years ef .
sap lines keep changing and that it is impossible -' Tp. 6. S. R. 19 E. The said land bem* essessed Attest: C. A. FUTCH. .

bark. But it is the surveyor's dutyto to run the. same line twice in at the date of the issuance of uucn certificate Town Clerk. HORROSRS OF THE AGES anyone's life to learn how to

trace out the original lines. This in the name of Unknown. Unions said Adopted by a unanimous vote of the Town get rid of carrh.PERUNA.
succession. certificate shall be redeemed according t,> Uw Council the Tth day of March. A. D 1916.C. .l
requires much experience and sharp I While the framers of the surveying tax deed will issue thereon on the 3rd d-iy of A. HJTCH.

eyes but an old hand at the businesscan laws April. A. D. 1916. Town Clerk. Nearly Ooubles Loss That Occurred
I used every precaution to have the Witness my official signature and M>al this Approved by me this 8th day or1a..h! A. U

almost "smell" a marked tree, sectionizing done accurately and the the 1st day of March, A. D. 1916. 1916. C. F. HOOVER. With Sinking of The Titanic will show you, much quicker
even though the marks are covered by W. T. WEEKS. (Seal) Mayor. L
inches of lines and corners perpetuated the work (Seal\ Clerk. --- --- -- - --- -870 Survivors of 4000. than any one could tell you,
several
sap wood and not a j in the field was very carelessly done. i iI By R. A. WEEKS. NOTICE OF ELECTIONS. how to get fid of catarrh.

bump is seen on the bark. Choppinginto For reasons hard to understand almost 3-3-5t. Deputy CleHc. Starke. Ha.. March 6. 1916.

such a tree reveals the old marks I "*- By the powers vested in them by the sehool THE PF.RUNACO.Co1uinbua,
line deviates from the true and Oho
every NOTICE OF ELECTION. laws of Florida the Board of Public Instruc- PARS, March 4.-The French ministry ,
as fresh as if made yesterday. If the has crooks when there is no excuse I.I By the powers vested on them by the School tion of Bradford county authorizes sub-dis- marine at Paris reports that Mrs. EmmGannon.. 107 E
original lines are not traced out and Lawa of Florida. the Board of Public Instrue- trict elections to be held on the 14th day of
for crooks, and the deviations are not ,'t'.cm of Bradford county orders an election to April. 1916. at the following named places: when the French auxialiary cruiser South $t., Kcivane Is

corner posts (if the old ones are gone) marked in the notes. Therefore, as be held on the 30th day of March. 1916 at Brooker to extend the boundaries as follows Provence was sunk in the Mediterranean "For fifteen y.irs I of

set at their intersections, in course of we have remarked the field notes must'I /.if school house to vote on the establishmentdf t' so as to include all of Section T and 18 the head and' stomach. I could "
presumably by
a Six'Cial Tax District to elect three trus- a submarine on
in T R 20 north of river and to
time all the land lines would be 1 I Township hardly 'My attention was
wrong, be interpreted by finding out on the titi and to determine the amount of millanet (lect thne trustees and to determine the February 2C( there were nearly 4,000 wal.

for one must not take it for granted ground how much their lengths and', !1)( M'-sfd. The boundaries of said d strictto amount of millaee to be assessed. and that called to 'The 5113 of Ie. I read :
that each side of a section is of the include sections 1. 2, 3. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 13; i I Managers J. D. Batter. J. A. Abbott. E. J. men on boaIl only 870 survivors It through. TUn a bottleof
courses deviate from the true ones, 22. 23. 26. 27. Ward. \ ben accounted for. This I aih entirely well now."
length the field notes give it that Mar'am n nf .election J. D. Thomas A. D. l'crna
nor for no one has! a right to make new i ,. i :aiipsnn City. April 14th. to elect three indicates a loss of more than 3,000

the lines are straight and that theyrun lines but the old marked lines must be I :t. JV. Lewis. F. G. !SCHEI.L.Sicretary :i, :i.rustc.... lu, be and a-to.',>,liiternnne&!'.\1. Xlanauers; the: amount J. F. of Smith.mil.I li\es. and makes it the greatest ma- ._ _nc--------..

due north-south or east-west.! The respected, no matter how much they and Superintendent.! 1 .1. C Rajlerson. J. P. II all. rine disaster in history. The loss ofiJ --

field notes and plats may say theydo differ from their description in the | ----:NOTICE- OF ELECTJOr. :\. ----- j Stat. \.nl| '_ 1th. 1\111 to ..l.-ct thne trus- ) on the White Star liner Titanic, 1 : (
but the field notes are not writtenin them by the !School !
i \ t! e powertsted in
field notes.
whcn that
to !'eas.essed. :.Managers. E. S. Mallt.s.IJ. {great ship sank after collision ;
Law. of 1'lorida. the School Hoard hereby or- I .
languaga so to speak and they F. Knight I.. C. Powell.r.id&r ;
our '
The field be held at Thomasch,1 with an iceberg off Cape Race
I notes for the surveys previous rs an election to ,' ,
". Annl 14lh to elect three trusS Rowand's.Cafe
i :
must be interpreted before under: td. Tax Iliotrict0.. ;:i. on thith *
hou-e. Special ,
to 1848 in Bradford county, except in '. :1".,1 to determine. the amount of millairpi'i Canada, on April 12, 1912, was 1,319.
1J16 for the election of threetrusttt4
In the language of the field notes-at of March I l I". h\.s..1. :Managers J. J. Beillmjr fl.i. The in that instance numberedT4i. 1
rescued 4'
those for 5 and to det..r.minl'
I township range 20, for the next two years
'. Hard.-i. V. S. Clvntt.Pini .
least those written i. isAc
before 18IS"north" place for
the amount of raillate to be assessed.James T
are really of use only to enable surveyors Hill to duct three trustees anl to : .
and A. A.
: Cltmonts" J D i'raree DoujLI ;-
! means "northerly, -.v h a a!.*i..mi" tw amount of millair to In.lvii ""- has few details of the
to find whether the section ': are 1IIIOintoo as managers.F. : Pars sent ;
deviation .Mn-uers Fulen Col..on. Alien (;rcen.t. Good Meals
the ;
I p-oiaMe towarl oart or G. SCHELL. | > tincudes
[ corners are in the right places, or to I I!. !'; . the west; "ed.:). means 'ea..lwly." Secretary and Superintindent. Roberts school house Apr.I 14th 1916 to -. -.----. .
'I
made Feb-
. make it possible to set them right if I ; first announcement was on .. .
with .leviatior. -lift three trusties and to determine the '0renu
a probable towaij thenorth lost. But if the NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TX DEED I 28, it was stated that 696 men '
they are corner hap CHAPTER :ni.-unt of milage to lie assessed. :Managers ruary all the delicacies $
the south often UNDER SECTION K OF
of
several
or I I.. C. DnalK-rl '. H. 11. Williams. G. F. Alder- pad been saved but
in
pens an old field where even the 4MS!!. LAWS OF FLORIDA. > no figures were ; .

: degrees; 80 chains" (a mile) means stumps of the witness trees are gone, Notice is hereby given that C. F. and J. CHoover :nnn.I given to show the numbre that were cyihe
I ri1 sinl' at school hou e. April 14th. 191 t; season T
i mile thereabouts
"a or the "thereabouts" partners as Hoover Brothers purchasers -
. they are useless even for that purpose. 4th i to elect three trustees and to determine the on board the Provence at the time of ... .
of Tax CVrt'hcate No. 146 dated the
, may stand for all the way Wherever the trees were many around day of .'u uot. :\. D. isn. has filed said certificate -I -notint of nullare to be assessed.' ManagersW her sinking. t Medical all hours .
.
from ten to several hundred feet over I' in office and has made applicationfor i I!. Branmn J. F. Branmn J. D. Gaimy.Long : .'
a corner, the witness never agree with my I BriI'.-... \-nl| Uth. 1S16. to elect three .
or under a mile. The way to interpretthe tax deed to issue in accordance with law. -U'tees.. :Managers t>. C. Crevvs. J. t;. Adkins WELL DRILLED
the direction and distances in' Our
given '|I Said certificate embraces the following diUcrihd DEEI t
!r. Utnfroc.Little .
notes is to trace out the old lines situated in Bradford county. 1ty
the rotes, as trees during growth property Springs April 14th. 1916. to elect! -
.: all around the section, note their deviation lorida to-wit: three trustees and to ilitermme the amountof ;
tiowd each o-ivr out of pr.-i/idi. Lot 2. Hlk 6 Lincoln City. SI't!. 3C. TpB. DinnersPlease
in B. Z. Matthews Gets Fine Water for Sunday
from the true north-south millaire to be assessed :Managers T. IIRums.
or i
Sometimes the sectionizer forgot to S. R. :2 East. The said land being a sefiej R. B. Roberts S. W. Dubose. !
I east-west and to measure the length of at the date of the i issuance of such certificatein Lumber Co-, Near New River.B. .
elect! three
c' ". 's\-\ witnt" trees in ;h-J hId for Vanderbilt April 14th. 1916. to
j.
} the of Willie Pernell. Unless said
, each line. After the configuration and name trustees and to determine the amount of 1
I ("'iiu'-s, but "manufactured" them afli.rv.ani -'certificate shall be redeemed according to law. fi&r your Sunday >
be J. G.
seswilIanal"rs
millagc to a.
: and size of the section is known, the | ta' died will issue thereon on the 20th day ofI s' .
with the result th'itb f iroyor Crt-ws L. L. Conner T. M. Norman. Z. Matthews the well of #
1 lengths and directions of the interior I )Iar h. A. D. 1916. Graham. April 14th 1916 Managers C. B. man meah
:edoytefcreC.ARcwana: :
of today cannot .ij.u witness: Wilmss official signatunand seal this
try RoU-rN. W. T. Wasdm. 0.V.. Dval. Raiford, has just returned from near ., r
lines then be calculated and the '
i can 1 trtPs te fit ma-\ -r-r.iers. iii:- or'yjreour.se I the Uth day of February. A. D. 1'ilfi. New River, April 14th 1916. to e-le W. T. WEEKS.
; land divided up prorata. This is the the of mulace ijlfctsible
and to determine amount
is
thn to set the v.licrethe
po:>t'.i (Seal Cierlc.Py : has successfully completed a deep well I c.
; United States law and to U assessed. Manaeers J. J. Colson .
any survey : Motion lines =:<; P. .\. WEEKS. ,
cro S. I' Ca>on. G. W. Andrews. for the Magnolia Lumber Co. Two at- '0' 0
not in cenformity with this law is I MS-5t.: -Detmly\ Ciirk.:
: 14th. 1916. to elect threetrustees
j The sertionizers were required to --- -- .- Midway. Apnl tempts had been made to put in a well !
wrong. and to deternrme the amount of mil- I ,
I note in the field notes the exact place I NOTICE. lave to be "Fss<'d. Managers, O. A. Thomas. at this point, but owing to the peculiar .. (' .

We will now try to explain how the where any water course was crossed i In County .ludtre's Court. Bradford County. G. W. Spiers R. J. Andrews.Ituatdrain. formation both had failed. Mr. If' rrc'ptietor .>

notion that the lines "keep amoving"originates. State of Florida. In Probate. April 14th 1916. to elect three tiirk. Florida .
by their lines. If this had been done I In Estate cf J. N. Lanpfonl. cKconMd. trustees and to determine the amount of mil. Matthews met with many difficultiesin (0
I re: 1
There may be other ways honestly the present day surveyor i I To Mice E. Lan rford. Neal Wills: Lanltforal.G"raJ.l C.Use Coleman to be ao:M.....:.M...d.Grillis.Managers E. Moore. E. drilling the wel as is usually theca :;. .H. :fi+ i+ +:. +:":
to cause a belief in this fallacy but Maurice Lancfnrd. John Curhy Lantr-
,
I the rivers and lakes of this .
would often have been helped in finding ford and H. C Richard. and all other inter- Raiford. ApnJ! 14th. 1916. to elect threetrustees e near

we will give whet we believe is the lost corners and been saved much ;' csted partief. Greetft": and to determine the- amount of mil- fctate. The formation was broken, the

most common one. perplexity. But this was seldom done I Alice You E.and Lanicford each of >o as'i are administratrix hereby notified of that theft J.i l"F C." to Brooks.he assessed.O. B. (Managers.or nn. A. D. Andrews rock very hard and uneven, but he + + + + + .:+ + + + + + + + + o

The phrase, "true as the needle to right, but very often wrong. For instance ate of J. N. I.anirford ,deceased late of LaUButlir.. April 14th 1416. to elect three stuck to the job until a depth of 86 + r (

. the pole" is often heard in the lofty Swift creek is represented as I Bradford county. Florida. has filed in the abovenamed trusties and! to ileterniine the amount u( mil-. feet was reached and the lumber com- +
lage to be assessed. Mangaers H. J. Stewart,
language of the poet. The phrase is running across the northern part of i| i a court petition at Starko praying Bradford for 'an order County.of FlorM.I. this- C. J. Knight I' M. Padgett. pany was furnished with an inexhaustible + FOESALE

not an exaggeration; but as a way of section 26-5-18, while in reality it runs ', court to be granted authorizing said petitiLner JchnstoAn. April 14th. 1916. to elect three supply of clear, pure water. He :F
trustees and determine the amount of millageto
: expressing the precise it is glorious to take ;possession of and sell according is in Raiford for the I .
a across the southern part of 23: just I to law the following described real estate asa be assesse-d Managers Henry Varnes. Wm. again ready

I failure. The needle is probably true north of 26. Alligator creek is marked jKirtion of the assets of the said estate of Varnes Jacob Varnes next well.-Raiford Tribune. +

! to the but the is arrant J. N. Langford deceased ; said real estate lying Lawtey. April 14th. 1916. to elect three 1 ,
pole, pole an I as crossing the line between sections I and being in Bradford county. Florida. truste-es and to determine the amount of mil + 40 acres o ; Lawtey and Lake of'

e vagrant that is always on the move. 17 and 18-5-22 nearly a mile north of and more particularly described as follows huge to be assessed. Managers J. H. Moore.Dr. Easter Sunday comes the latest this + Butler nadf' 3 miles west of +

Leaving the pole out, the that line. to-wit: the West half of Block Number One G. W. Brown. T J. T..r.HradCord. it fallen since when
compass where it actually crosses in Oaskin's subdivision of NEl of SE'i in April 14th. 1916 to elect three year that has 1866 + Lawtey. +

needle is a fraud and a delusion, andr Santa Fe river is marked as being not Section 29, Township 6. South. Range 22 East. trustees. and to determine the amount of mil- the date was April 25th. This year it + 25 acres Lawtey and Highland of'

if its many tricks ane not understood quite 20 feet south of the northeast said for the estate purpose the of persosal paying assets indebtedness of said of estate the wards.ive t T.obe B.assessed.Edwards Wm.Mana'er Harrell.Heilbronn J.. V. Ed- is April 23.: It will not come so late + road. ot atonal Highway." +

I s and watched, surveyors will make corner of section 32-6-19, but it is real having been applied with a portion of the real Sprinl. April 14th, 1916 to elect again until 1943, when it falls again + iiil( of depot. + -

I| i numerous errors. We will not men- ly half amile farther south; but as the estate and the indebtedness of said estate still\ three millage trtl to be assessed.to determine Managers the amountof N. D. on April 25.Rowand's. + $600 One-hal cashiprVrms.nort +
unsatisfied. 1
I { tion any of its minor tricks, only the river is, in the notes, said to be only 28 being Therefore you and each of you and all Green Drew Rdish. J. E. J. Wainwright. 20 acre- oR-Lawtey and Highland +

* | most important one, which is that it feet wide, it is safe to presume that other interested parties are commanded that. Managers ue a small sealed box withan Cafe is celebrated for its +. ? "National +
laying all other business aside. you will be opening cut in it and to brinK or send the excellent viands. See advertisement roaJ Hghway.
: does not due north and south
point the sectionizer never was near the and appear before me at my office in Townof tally sheets and returns to the office at Starke II + One of Lawtey. +
anywhere except in few places have established. at the meeting of the board May 1st. All in another column. Abut
a very corner he claims to Starke. Bradford County. Florida. on Thursday + six 600 +
the 30th day of March. A. D. 1916. at trustees elected are required to meet the boardat acres tlt.ite $ ch or
of the world and then for long
never inaccuracies
. Similar
are very common. ten o'clock a. m.. on said day. to show cause this meeting and receive their commissionsand Bradley do _____________ 70.00 + term i!. +
; | at a time. And the worst of it is that Tracing out the old section lines is a if any you can why 1 should not grant the etimat sheets to be made out for the Mabl. Neal Starke ______nnUU 150.00S. + 1L HILL. +

I this variation charges year after year. prayer of said petition. next seooI year. !' S. fowling do ________________- 85.00 :
,. very difficult work. The living trees Given under my hard and seal at Starke. F. G. SCHELL. Leola Faulk do ___n_________________ 70.00A. + Lawtey Florida. + ,
In Bradford county the needle in 1831 seldom show any signs of marks, these Bradford County. Florida. this 23rd day of 3-10-61. Secretary and Supenntendent.CLERK'S D. Andrews M..r. Co. heater nail I: + H. 4

pointed 61-6 degrees east of north, as February. A. D. 1916. etc' Raiford _______unn_________ 30.50 i
being covered by wood. Fire and the REPORT. + ':, +
- (Seal CEO. A. GARDINER. J. S. Calhoun Miller 50.00
unnn
given by the old field notes. In 1853 axe and storms have destroyed mosto County Judge of Bradford County. Florida. Starke. Fla.. March 9. 1916. Delia Beillinir do __________________. 35.00 + + + + + 14 + + + + + f + + + + t tG.tiSA
f it had decreased to 5 degrees east of 2-r6-5t- Report of the clerk of the Circuit Courtin A. C. Kelley New River ___nUhUU 20.00
:. .. '. the .timber. But being once started_ and for Bradford County. Florida. on account S. K. Kellev Wateroak ___ 25.00 '
I; riortn. in loau it was z % aegrees right the surveyor is apt to find an of Taxes assessed for the year ,1215.B. Carl Sampson ____nnnn_nnu. B6.0

east of north and -at the present it is occasional mark MASTER'S SALE. M. COWLING L. A.Saff. Davis __________________ 35.00
10 j only about 2 degrees east of north. on a stump or a pros- Notice is hereby given that under and by Tax Collector. Eva Williams Cason ________________ 20.00M. )
trate tree or on a slow-growing cyp- virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure County Proper M. Fryer Lawtey ________n____ 100.00A.
The variation at the time the government tree. When he finds mark he made and rendered the 29th day of Feb. I. to bal due County Proper J. Thomas Pine hill ____________ 50.00
3 ** were made was recorded ress a February.. D. 1916. by the judge of the }Fund -_-_--____ --____--____10,336.01 Maurice Pmholster do _________.___ 35.00P.
surveys must assure himself that it is genuineand circuit court of the Eixhth Judicial Circuit of By amt collected __nnn___ 76.50 G. Schell. salary supt ___nn______ 100.00C. : '

;." in the field notes, only'as a matter of made at the time of the original Flonda in chancery in favor of A. D. Andrews A. Knight clerical work __________ K.OO ;
March 1. to bal due ______ ______10,259.51 .
history, but for no other reason, as it Mercantile Company a corporation complainant -- American Seating Co. bal acct in full 51.86
. survey. and against Harrison McNeal and Drainage Bradford County Bank interes'177.53
was not intended for any guidance. A Mattie McNcal defendants ; the undersignedwill Foh. 1. to bal due County Drainage CheMey Fogg board service ________ 6.00J.
While some lines were ne/ir: n.n e-- _____________________ ______
Fund 3,97555
Ii- man possessing a compass, but without offer for sale in front of the courthousedoor n E. Douglass do _________________ 8.60 I
cept on paper, it is curious fat '.,,&t in Starke. Bradford county. Florida. during By amt collected _______u_____ 36.40 U W. Kickhter do ____nn_______ 4.00 Smoke t\e| Old Reliable
:: knowledge of the business
; comesI lines which did .t the legal hours of sale on Monday. the 3rd F. G. Schell office expenses ________ 4.33
I along and has his field notes. The some years ag' :i-> day of April A. D. 1916. to the highest and March 1. to bal due _uuunh____ 3.939.15County

E show a single survey mark, no.how : best bidder for cash the following described Road and Bridge Total _.1612.82
: notes say, let us presume, "variation ihit lamb to-wit: Commencing 210 feet S of the i F.b.I. to bal due County Road and Special Tax School District "A. CIGARA
The
such marks. reason: is: I P4"
many Fund ___________ _
6 degrees and 10 minutes east, and NE corner of SEi4 of SWV& and run W 420 Bridge __ 1,025.0. Truty Pinholster Theressa 60.00Marie
the marks had been covered with wood By amt collected ___________ -
feet for point thence S 210 feet -- ----
starting
: 812
he thinks he must give his lines that run Parker Providene -.__ 40,00 I
for several inches. The storm of the then W 210 feet N 210 feet then E 210 feet
r4 ft course. The needle already points 2 to beginning in Sec. 18. Tp.,5 S R 21 East.A. March 1. to bal due _____--_--______10,943.45Outstanding Bessie. L. MeGruder Manning Long do -Bridge 70.00W. 57.50Anni ( ; Havana)
downor
29th of September 1896 > e.v Fund PUc
,
)n i degrees to the east of north the D. ADKJNS.
[ (or L. Sm-th. Lake Butler 60.00
r
bal
due
Feb. 1 to Outstanding 8.957.8HBy
broke off innumerable tr.t:.; and by Special Master. Fndn j
:: west of south), and this makes his en- A. S. CREWS amt collected _______--_____-- 66.31 Mary Lowe do 40.00 J
this time the wood of the wad R.atrI' Saunders 40.00Inei
.t. tire course really over 8 degrees offhis sap the Solicitor for Complainants. 33t. March 1. to bal due 8.89U.7Cunt Markey do -d 40.00 1ae by the f
trees has rotted and s nhnn
away, s'.uniy Ruth Paire do ._. 40.00
;s course whichever way he runs, School ----
and fallen timber the section lines ORDINANCE NO Clifford do _. 40.00
on bal
Feb. 1. to County School Harl
and after having run a mile he is near- reveal marks the AN ORDINANCE REQUIRING: ALL PAR. Fund __ _______ __ I Ruth rat..rn do 60.00 I
on -- -- -
- ly 750!' feet away from the corner heor survey imperish-I. TIES IN CHARGi 01 TRAINS OR LOCO- By amt collected _____ -____ _0_____19,293.10 Edwena McBeath Starke 40.00 CIGAR CO.
able heart wood. Thus some MOTIVES PASSING OVER OR ACROSS 12.84Marh Miriam Ross do 40.00
y thinks he is running to, in case the CM!. STREET IN THE TOWN OF STARKE. Francis Clark do 60.00
"bogus" lines which land owners ran 1, to bal due _________ -_--19.150.9EConnt
:: H real section line runs without any de- t'"oRIIJos TilE RAILROAD OF THE Polls I.OB. Peek do 40.00 STARE
for themselves, to suit themselves, SEABOARD AIR I/NE RAILWAY COM- bal due ( Jean Teairue do 40.00
Polls
i viation otherwise he be loss Feb 1. to County Prop.
all may or when they could find no marked section PANY. TO SEND A FOOTMAN OR RUNNER amt ___- 1.201.00By 8.00 Mae Fnpn do 40.00 ,
of still more, off: IN FRONT OF SUCH TRUSS OR LOCO- col.t nnnn Blanche Patishal do 40.00 FLORIDA.
lines, can now be proven to be MOTIVES WHEN CKOSSI.V SAID STREETTO Emma 40.00 ,
The March 1. to bal due ____uun__ 1197.00 I -
variation of the needle
compass wrong. GIVE PROPER SIGNALSNP WARNING Total Sub S..h.1 Olive Ray do 60.00

. was known to those who framed thesurveying The writer he has made him- OF THE APPROACHiMi TRAIN OR Fib. 1. to bal due Tota. Sub School __ 7.140.81 .A. P Andrews work nails etc for -
tOr hopes LOCOMOTIVE.: PROVIDING HOW NOTICEOF Raiford 1697 f
1 laws and in order to By amt collected ________ __ 33.73
!JIo pre- self understood and .that the readercan THIS ORDINANCE SHALL BE GIVEN N. W. Hall Broks & incid -61.30

vent the endless confusion which would that the lines shpuld not TO THE !SAID, SEABO\RD AIR LINE RAIL- March 1. to bal due ____________ Lewis Taylor Palestine -.. 4000
' see W\Y COMPANY. AND PRESCRIBING: PUNISHMENT ,10..1 M. S. Hayes little 70.00
arise Total Sub School Bond SPI -
: if the needle followed
free was
. change location. When the surveyinglaws FOR THE VIOLATION THEREOF.Whereas. Feb 1. to bal due Total Sub School Connie Rimes do 40.00 I ARM i.

. it was decreed that all governmentlines were framed all possible the railroad of the Seaboard AirLine Bond _______nn_-_-_ 4.591.9: !I Katie Dubose do 40.00

should be run on a "true meridian precau- Railway Company PHK-WS over and acmsCell By amt collected _________0 _- 27.5C i I Edna Enperson Rising -._ 35.00
tions were taken to make the section Street of the Town of Starke. Bradford .1 It,. H. Futch do 60.00I

- ," that is, a line that always, any- lines permanent and the corners easy I County. nOI ida. in the busintsn section of thetown March 1, to bal due n .____nhnn_ 4.566.49 I Eunice Haien Broker 40.00I
where points toward the true north : Fine and Forfeiture Fund I I L-llie Crosby do 40.00 .
to relocate if lost, and the san-eyor's I I And. Whereas there U constant and considerable Feb. 1. to bal due __________ 4134.4C(,I''A. B. Shaw do ._. ..0.00I

,reo and south, and the east-west lines to duty is to find the original lines and travel of pedtstrian. teams and automobiles By amt collected _u__ ____0____ 30.61 I Beatrice Futch Kelley 40.00 :
: be run at right angles with the north- | over said Cal!'! street in said Town .1''Amanda. Wainwright Lawtey 6000
intersections and the
south lines when for their perpetuate i 1 at the point where the mid rr.ilrrnd! pRM-es over March 1. to bal due ________nnn 103.7S I Mattie Stalshy do 40.00 LOANS
er D or good reasons work as first done. An important and I1Cr'..... said RtrwUAnd. I' W. T. WEEKS. rl.-n| H Milling do 35.00

.t j B lines could not be run due that the deviation principle in all land laws is, that the Whereas, there is con-tant and great I Seal I Clerk,. Louie. Belle BIn do 40.00
M. fowling tax col 2.37
from and locomotive H. com
from the true meridian be not- danger of injury parsing trains By R. A. WEEKS. -
bi marks found on the ground, control !! on said milrond to those pu.sning Deputy Clerk. W. White & Son supplies Starke __ 4.91
ed in the field notes. "True meridian"is take of the along said street THEREFORE: -- -. W. n. Jenkins janitor Starke 20.00H.
end precedence descriptions
found by noting how much the compass i SECTION ONE NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE. K. Cm.by. wood Starke ... 36.00 I '' <
in the field notes and deeds) and I Bradford County Bank interest 17.6S : J
needle from the BE IT ORDAINED by the Town Ce.'incil of Thirty days after date hl'lt. to-wit th i
points Bradford Co. Bank do Raiford KR.OO
away if the present day surveyor's measure- I the Town of Starke. Bradford County Florida. 14th day of April. 1916. 1. the undersignedaj ,. Light Plant ghts water-Starke 3281 We will accept applications -
City
north star when this star is precisely with those found that from and after going into effect of this guardian for Ulmer Nipper and Annie Mal r
not
I ments do agree City Light Plant duplicate 14.50E.
'eli' in the north. Many, even some so-call- United ordinance aa hereinafter provided all conductors Nirp r. Minor heirs of S. P. Nipper deceased. Poppell Jolm town 7000: for long timtf loans at eight per
the the States law -
.or' on ground, .engineers or others in charge of will apply to the Honorable Geo. A. Card ncr. R .
.
ed surveyors, believe that the north and locumotive-s. or either of them. Judge of Bradford County Florida. al:I A. Crt'W Graham 70 flfl
holds that he is wrong, and he musti trains County Mamie Lamb do 40.OQMrtie : cent on firs class improved
1T star is stationary, which is not the i assing over or across Ca'.l Street in the sa dTown his office in Starke. florida on the date abovi. 40.00
Hazen do
use "proportionate" or prorata measurement of Starke thai!! be required to send a written for an order to sell at private.. sale. -
case for "> .; Lumber Co. work etc Starke .. 4.25,
in this latitude at this time, 'y farm property in Bradford
to conform with the distances footman or runner just in front of such trams the one-thirteenth interest of Ulmer Nippy,r
I
Palmer Co. S&mpeon
_ it is over 1>4 degrees from the true found. and locomotives or either of them while passing and the one-thirteenth interest of Annie MaNipper )' D. V supplies 5.5J. (
north and courses as actually This over or acro B Call Street in ad; Town to m'nors aforesaid in the followinid.cnibed City : county.
r. when it is fartherest from a C. Raulerson do ___ 1.43
away .. -
writing was prompted by questions give notice-. signal or warning to all part es land. to-wit: Lot 12 and south,_ Brownlee np..s ___ 1.25 .'
:: it, east or west. Having found how frequently asked us by land owners in upon or approach said railroad crossing of half of Section 31 and the West hall Milton B. Jackson do Lawtey incidpntal_ RiinJ 7.70I
1.eIt many degrees and minutes the needle the danger of the approaching train and locomotive of the southwest quarter of section 32. all 11tn R -
ct Hsmfectant Co. disinfectant for
differs reference to the subject treated. or either of th..m.SECTIOS r.ship 6 south of range 20 east containint4G : Starke---------------------------- 3550, ,.
: from the star this variation BRADFOD COUNTY
TWO
. less.
II.E.L acre more or
.
: | A. J. Gri-.i in'idrntttle' Boatdram .. 11 6Hvrrv
bt must be allowed for in running land That all conductors .engineers or others la March 1. 1816. MRS. G. A. NIPPER. McLeod Pine Grove .100

lines ;Every surveying instrument fit VOTICEW charge) of trains and locomotives or either of Guardian Ulmer Nipper and Annie Ma]r M. S. Raves incidentals L Spring .._ .

_. for line : will be at the following named plates them. violating the provisions of section one Nipper minor heirs of S. P. Nippr. dceased. .. Vrilcv Williams purchase of land at

running has a contrivance! on the data herein mentioned for the purpose of this ordinance shall be punished by fine not 3-1.st Little Snrinpi 205.10: ABSTRACT COMPANY
tilt B whereby the than hut dred dollars or by imprisonment 6.00
variation may be set off, of .uMWaintt and collecting taxes: greater one May CIl'mon duplicate
fot I this .1 Raiford. Tuesday. March 21. Cu1ford.j. not exceeding sixty days or by BILLS PAID BY SCHOOL BOARD. -

jed saving trouble and preventingJ :, nesday. March 22 a. m. Thomas Schoolhouse both fine and imprisonment in the discretionof I Total _2352.20

I mistakes. The variation once found I Wednesday. March 22 p. m. Providence Thurs the Mayor. Interest and Sinking Fond No. 3, Starke.B. STAKE FLA.

I for a certain day. March 23. Blair. Friday. March 24 a. m. SECTION THREE General School Fond M. Dowl n* com tax eol 1.74 ,
$t terretory a due line is Dukes Friday. March !!4. p. m. Lake Butler Notice of the passage and approval of this Ether Allen Lawtey _______________ 35.01) Interest and SlnknJ Fund No. IS. LawUy.K <.

run and its ends marked, and the com.. I Saturday. March !!6. until S p. ra. Thewwa.Monday. ordinance shall be given to the Seaboard Air Lizzie Marshall and assistant, L Butler 45.01) M. com t8 col .34 I .#

pass set on this line twice :March 27. a. m. Hampton Monday. Line Railway Company by a certified copy G. D. Stanley Rosier _________.________ 40.0*) Interest and SlnlnJ No. 22. Ralfoni.B. .: Urit ltd : taer hit Cm
a
once L
or March 17.: m. La.-te Tuenday March 28. fhereof. under the hand and seal of the Town E. E. Snell Brooklyn _______________ 2501) M. em tax eol .40, Sans 111.Ie
to p. Iwlnl .
of year, note changes in variation and I Brooker. Wednesday. March 29 a. m. Rosier.Thursday. Clerk. being delivered in person to the local J. A. Jones Provid..nc __________ 30.01) No. 22. Raiford The wont euc.n ijfatt r of how old bog reliable ftandinr.Dr.Porter' .

t. correct the compass accordingly. March SO. freight agent, of the said ra'Iway company D. W. G. Martin Brannen _________ 35.01) Lake Butler Ranl exchange on coupons 1.01 I are cured by wonderful, If relieves
II Draper Lake Butler ._____. Bond No. 23. Lake Bitler. Ant'setieIfet1iai Oil
N. D. WAINWRIGHT. Tax A &e aor. raiding In the Town of Starke. Florida. by S. A. F."d
:.t J While most of those who practice, B. X. DOWSING, Tax Collector. the marshal of Kid town within two Ufa Cruel Fogy d_________.______--_ 10.0 751 Lake Butler Bank exchange en coupon 1.25 Fun a lea,it* rainy t :.I 'LO.J

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: Suits inFancy I HEN-SPAMS. *
liens Pants, f;r r4 IY! sold at $3.00 to $3.00.,41
j I I Worsted To rig yourself up partly I at our expense, and it- will be an unwise act a pair, for this Vale, at S1.5, $!:.95, $3.95x..(
4 Boys pfnts, value to $1.50, .
: \ I 1,000 pair _,.______ _up__________per_ -. -
, I, :: 4 -_ ro .' \ and blue serge on your part to miss this opportunity. This is no joke, but a reality, pair -------i.--MEN'if::i.J 11.TS, LATEST-- -- STYLESg-$ ;;

J ; % Full assortment of the highest! grades,formerly,}*
$17 to $22.50values and want to see and be convinced. ::
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WAISTS AND SKIRTS. ; ; ?$ ?
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krownrr.encan Beauty $
I ;I GIrl Dress of a fine quality lawn. :Square neck .ofe:1: ---- ** :
. I only I embroidered insertion. One row of embroidered insertion $l.vO value ----:--__--:_;--:----:---__--_--$ .&9 -.; ::.i L.,tj1.J $- .50 Valuer..l_. _-
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: l WOMEN'S I SKIRTS. \J f" $;5 excellent $il"i
). I t !..:. down side. of waist and.skirt which gives 2.oO k'.t..... Sale Price:____ ____ _$1.49 '\'. '.
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it the roller tere.ectlar. one row ---- ----
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i 1- 1 tbelt. Pin eucks the waist and Val. edge lace SG.50::; Skirts. Sale Price _nnn_____$2.29: :;'-:r.L.DIES'SHoa1
I J' a on -1.50 Skirts. Sale Price _.________ __ S3.19:: I-\t: .,
sleeves. 6 to 14 .43Poplin $ -- -- : ..,. Shoes
: g 5 on Ages .earsnnnnn---- _____ ____________ ...Yc:. $2 ------|J! "
, I. I $$101 Skirt, trimming of neat buttons. plain flare, G.OO Skirts. Sale Price n $3.93 -'_" .:-,. __ S2.GO Shoes: ...j
I simulated pockets, belted back, In black and navy- Money Back if we can't save ;you MOSE'on: -- j ..;t) S3.00 Shoes --f11'1
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Lengths 36 to 46 inches --__--__ _-- $1.93 SHOES for yourself or the whole family. $4.00 Shoes :

I Free to the first Lady entering this store Saturday, March 18th, 7 a. m., a Stylish J. C. C. Corset. j :

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}I'.. I I'' MERCHANDISE OF QUALITY We operate our ow i farm-- -Coldjstorage t. and

.1: ice plant wi :h retail mart ets.

,id x. :. Come to Lawtey and cut the high cost of living. ,

I t I' I t W.are offering Exceptionally Low Prices, You will never rei :ret the purcI ase of any

.,;.. I. I ) for cash, on the following high grade articles: CVI Sugar Cured Hams at I 20c.

ti ,. .I l Eodnuts Grits: 92-pound sacks, $1,95
I ; : : Bodouts Meal 92-pound sacks, 1,90 CVI Sugar Cured I :eakfas! Bacon i ISc

t ( Pillsbury Flour 24-pound sacks, 1.10 CVi Liver Sausai- 5 at j f 12 c.

{ : ( Pillsbury Floor 98-pound barrels 4.25

; f ( Capitol Flour, plain, 24.pound sacks, ,95 cvl All Pork coin ry Sausage at i i 20c. I

( Olympia Moor, self-rlsing, 24-pound sacks, 1.00 For the supply of our Ja sonville marked; we need your )
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Eggs at prices.
( am top
i!: Shirts, Hats, Caps, Hosiery and Notions that you can find in the city.

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rs I l( Exclusive Arrow Shirts Agents R. It.j THEDE f Prop.Exclusive Hosiery Agents The CRACKER )IX Farm Markets :

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iaddi3e. Purchasing of doubled No Sale I
. power money could be more We are running these advertising -

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

urrounding counties was never better shown than now. These Sales with you, and to do this r we are :

ing people to whop the saving of a dollar is equivalent to earning one. sacrificing all profits on these '

:rou to come fifty miles to attend them. Come and be convinced. advertising specials. I I

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"Sells Everything a Little Cheaper for Cash" r1.

Last Fall the farmers had no money, but vast quantities of "The Groceryman" \ I IJ i:

home products, such as sweet potatoes, syrup, corn, eggs, but- The Best, Cleanest, Neatest, Prettiest and Ch ap- ':

ter, grapes, pecans, etc. We bought their produce and enabled est Grocery Store in Town. !
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them to buy the many necessities not raised at home---We paid

the highest price on the local market for eggs, thus favoringthe 24b.! saLk Hash Light Self Rising flour $I.QO 4 I'

farmers We have been farmers ourselves, hence like to 24 Ib,sack Heckers Plain Flour, best on the market 1.60t

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

the growing trade. *. I can California We Cheese JO

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

New York and Baltimore in the next few weeks, and will ask Pure Cane Sugar, Best in City ..07':

our friends to keep an eye open for the bargains we will offer.If .
We Guarantee Satisfaction
perfect
anything we sell proves defective, don't tell anyone but bring the goods throughoutour
back, to us at once and get satisfaction. We are sole Agents for the famous: 0 Line of Goods. Call and see us.
Aristos Flour, which is used by 75 per cent of the Bakeries in Jacksonville and
we guarantee no other Flour will surpass it. Our Tip Top and Holsum Breadis B. JACKSON
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Headquarters for General .
.f .A: 5.00 Porch Rockers 4.00
Supplies for Farmers, froma
3.50 Bed Springs 2.98
Nail to a Mule.
12.50 Dressers .10.00 .1
Look forTORODE : .
15.00. Cook Stoves 12.50 !
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1.50 Clocks 1.25 :

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For Fresh Meats and'Fish.A I NOTARY PUBLICs
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Full Line of
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TELEGftAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA.
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)} Bits of LocalInformation iii President's ccneiry; near Kaiiord. Genuine Co-operation

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T t I 1 Terry cane home lat week to be in -t '

: Wedding lAtcndance! at the closing exercises of The foundation of progressive banking lies in co-op- ,

" y' \ Ca.smMJ 0.. PH"'". _haul ... the Lawtey High School which closed eration-the highest degree Service on the i
: ".' NU !. a. c...", eItII T.... last Friday evening They returned -
, I II I Cake--- to the state college at Tallahassee part of the financial institutio ,1- ontinued patronage ,ij

:.i t Tuesday. the
of
, I Mayor B. D. Kelley, of Ra.iford. was and expressed good-wilon| part 1-

;: J. F. Canova was in Jacksonville D. E. Knight, Esq., had legal busi- example of deco- I a visitor to Lawtey last Friday. the depositors. } $i

':, Tuesday. ness in GainesvilleThursday. -an rative art never equaledin I was Mrs.a guest W. L.last Foraker week, of at Jacksonville the home of, It has been the constant aim of the {jank of Starke '*il

of cake
I U. D. Miner had business in Jacksonville Morgan Redding, the Lawtey hotel the history i his sister, Mrs. 0. L. Thomas. J
t Tuesday. man, was in town Wednesday. decorating-an exam- Messrs. W. M. Redding, A. A. to help patrons to thrive and ext'and. That we '.1'

,i ple lightness of deliciousness and whole-, Stokes! Reason Lastinger and Claude have succeeded is, we belieye, evidenced by our "tl

! : A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. C.i Engineer J. M. Tatum is now hold- Addison were visitors to Jacksonville *
would bea
t F. Hoover Monday. ing the throttle of the Wannee branch someness that house- lust Monday.Mr.: gratifying progress. ,tOur l
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engine.F pride any I : Zack Roberts, of Starke, was > .
Miss Gussie Sisk, of Shelby, N. C.,I wife. It is visiting relatives and friends in Law- I Officers invite consideration of;; the business .-.*

is the guest of Mrs. C. A. Marks. H. Long has had some of the fenc- I, tov last Sunday. I prestige which an association With this institution *?

, ing around his premises renewed this AnotherTestimonial I \lr. i'. L. Dinkins went to Waldo I t

; John P. Coffin, of Johnstown, wasa week. I last Saturday to witness the funeral i affords. ]aBANK 'l

business visitor to Starke Monday. of his late friend, James Bryant, who i
I Mr. J. W. Hicks and family have killed by a freight train at .

:i J. S. Griner, candidate for state moved to the cottage on Pratt street for wass Hampton on Thursday: of last week !

' from Fri- opposite S. L. Alvarez's. transacting of ST4RKESTARKE ,
; treasurer came up Brooklyn : Mr. Will Stalling was

, day. business m Lawtey last Friday.
Mr. andIrs.. P. M. Sparkman, of CALUMETBAKING I ol
I I i )lr. and Mi*. L. E. lioborts
! Roger Wells, of Jacksonville, visited Jacksonville, were the guests of Mr. Starke, pent Sunday with Fll %
I relatives in Starke the first of the and Mrs. J. J. Sparkman Monday.Mr. rclat.vl"I I

week. here.Mrs. RcJJk-h of Waioro-: I ,
Mary ,1
and Mrs. Joe E. Wilson and Mr. POWDERThis ,I several last week her.tits I'LL .
', : and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., made spent cay j "
Mrs. M. E. Edwards, of Gainesville, a home of her father, .Mr. .'on ':
II I, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. Z. trip to Lake City by auto Tuesday.Joe Stalsby.Mr. j .

: i Adkins. world-famous Wil I li. C. Richuril, of Starhv \%, .-' _. t .
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E. Wilson was in Jacksonville. son-Gait Wedding Cake I -
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visitor to lawtey : lu-ty ;
t': I Mrs. T. B. Ellis, Sr., of Gainesville, Wednesday in the interest of the was made by Mrs. Marian I a interest of his candidacy for the oil: :t,

I : is the guest of her daughter, Mrs C. Bradford County Abstract Company.Just Cole Fisher and i clerk. I .,
of county
I t tI Miss Bowes, ,;
A. Marks. Pansy of I'u ':"
I Mr. and Mrs. T. W .1'itman. .'
I r;: arrived a full line ofIen's, both well known Do- ,
laski, Tenn., were guests the h'sl ul i :
: : Women's and Children's Shoes. Newest mestic Science Experts.
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i Mrs. N. Sternberg and children have the week a tthe home of -Mr :!.hl11', !

r!it I returned home from a week's visit inIf styles await your choice. N. B. Calumet Baking Pow- I Jas. n. Moore, in East iawwy.I :
Hull.J. ., der was used because
; Gainesville. I Mr. and Mrs. W. H.Minor, ot j j I..
both these experts use J '
E. Clemons and A. B. Surrency Starke, were visiting relatives! in LJIW .
Mrs. A. C. Adams and little son, A. it exclusively in their '
Brooker visitors to Starke Tues- last Sunday.Mr.
If C. Jr., of Decatur, Ga., are visiting were work and know it is the tey transactnn_ :
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day. Mr. Surrency is a candidate for I A Rosenberg was :
the
Mrs. C. A. Marks. purest, the safest
commissioner for his district.Mr. and business in Starke last lhur.Mi.iv. 1: 4
most economical ; \* j
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deo. UoLerts; came OUT irom dec; % :
Hon. A. D. Andrews of Raiford most wholesome to use. ;
1 Frank Warren, of Jacksonville, FOiuillo last Friday to attend! ine doing :
; candidate for state senator, was in ,
.t. brought an automobile party to Starke So do millions of house exercises 01 the Law ley lug.!!
town Friday.
Sunday, among whom were Miss Belle wives who use it every School.
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I 1: Kelly and Miss Mary Hunt bake day-so will you I, Mis- E. Crew,, ot :SlirK.vi; : : ue.Mrs. I Delicious Drinks
H. D. May, of Hampton, candidate
\ I' if you try it on the i I;. li ThriUhs t Thiir-uav
for county commissioner, was a visitor R. S. Willis and family have movedto things hardest to bake. I School :Kuiu.'iuuci.ut.iil/ ':. li. ,1 I

, 11 t'. I to Starke Saturday. Starke from Trilby. Mr. Willis is of Lake liutlor. wa-s: in t':uvievFriday ;,,' Our ice cream and real fruit flavors
pure
I Send name and ,
I an experienced automobile machinistand your to alt"'iu h f dosingA
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1 D. F. McDonald, of Lake Butler, is with the Fireproof Garage. address for free recipe I of the High .)? ll.v". make the refreshments that you get at our
candidate for representative, had business
Il and history of the Wed- I ("oniif.iCi er S" T. Oll.dip"
County <
I t in StarkeIonday.. Cake. Then bake i fountain food. And
ding ,
really nourishing
Messrs. A. B. Surrency, G. W. Ha- of Raiford \va.' i < Liwley Its: lilo. III we

4i J. F. Hazen and J. E. Clemons, one just like it your I .I'lJonl'crin .- ins callu.U.l,'y u.'
i Master Ruffin Edwards spent last zen, felt I try to keep our serving dishes;land recep'
r.-p/t'dio'i.
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I and in Gainesville. well known Brocker citizens, were

the Saturday guest of his Sunday cousin, Gray Turner. transacting business in Starke Tues- Received Highest Mr. and .sir'. .i .'IcLeoa rtViv vi- tacles as clean and wholesome as the best
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itor<- to Starko Tue-day
I day. Awards World's Sheriff S I! l e..m./K., H-pui\ ('u.. housewife in this town keeps her kitchen.
J. S. Griner, candidate for state Pure Food Expositions -
treasurer, was in Starke Tuesday on The millinery opening at Lane's on Chicago and eroa and Jack ,Jo.nere! vis-uor-

business. He was accompanied by his Wednesday last was quite an event Paris. Lawtey last 1rid.iy.A .
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I ton was bon .o :Mr.. and Air Stop In Hereand
brother, Kirby A. Griner, who is a among the ladies. Many beautiful I
guest at his home. pattern hats in the newest styles, Calumet K. Davis lat Tnuisnay eu-ning.
exhibit. Rev. II. G. Davi.) presiding! l.It1PI l

Hon. Fred Hoisington, special agentof were on BakingPowderCo.Chicago I of Jacksonville Jlslrid of the M. K; get a thirst-quencher; then take a pail -

j U. S. land offce, was in town the Mrs. J.1.. Truby and daughter church, South, way transacting. \I'II'' of cream or sherbet home to!. the family.Mitchell's .
ness in Lawtey last Friday.Mr. C
first of the week for the purpose of Killian have to Em-
straightening out some homestead lenton. and Mrs. I). M. Tanksley, of

t -- ---- --- Jacksonville, were visiting relativesin
matters pertaining to land near Kings- mother Mrs.
Mrs. Truby's Angeline
I / s .b ,g '!> > 44' .% East Lawtey last Sunday.
ley lake. I Wells, who is very ill.Gardiner's C s y e s r Drug StoreStarke
I f Rev. R. 0. Wright was a visitor to

I Geo. A. Joyce, of Columbus, Ohio, in North Starke + THIS IS FOR YOU. F Jacksonville Wednesday.Mr. .
.j has been in Starke this week. Mr. market,
' t Joyce owns land northwest of Starke has recently had considerable sanitary the 2' When the Telegraph advertises '! Palmetto, are guests for a few daysat Florida
the interior in
li' and lived there several years ago. He improvements on the counter. ,He has 4 your entertainments free, and ,!, the home of Mrs. Bradley's father, ,
of screening
l' ". I has many friends here who were glad way also added of handsome scalesto a pair
: to meet him. 4 known and attended, it is with '!1 Tom Foster was a visitor to
I : his equipment. 4) the understanding that what ':' Jacksonville the first part of the week. a
DRESS GOODS "H'1'"H.g'N.M-'N'p..i"'H.1' N) 'H MILLINERY
1 From the Callahan Leader we understand q> printing there is to be done in Mr. W. M. Redding was transacting "

that our former townsman, PLEASANT PARTY.A 4' connection with them, in the way 4is business in Starke the first part of

J. Hampton Jones, is being importuned of'tickets, programs, etc., be done 4' the week. j r: Let us remind you that our offerings of seasonable

I to be a legislative candidate. Nas-I I pleasant party was. given Fridayevening l' at our office. This is only doing '' Mr. G. L. Futch was transacting I

sau county could do no better to by Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Cle- is justice to us as pay for our sera business in Starke Wednesday.Rev. merchandise,: are far and away beyond the standard of 1

elect Mr. Jones, if he enters the race.I I mons at ;their home in the Wateroak 4' vice. When the printing is given 'f' A. D. Buck who has been :
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., section, and all present report an en- ,4 to some other office we will hereafter 4'.a .. sisting the pastor for the last ten as- :| which we have endeavored to maintain, In the past. Beau- I '
Miss Carrie who for the '
McKay, joyable time. Those who attendedwere charge for the publicity we in the revival services .
days which'
I past two years has been in Raiford, :Misses Bessie, Myrtle and Car- 4> give the entertainments. 4' have been going on for nearly four :I tiful fabrics, in white and colors, of variety to please all I .

has returned to Starke, and is now rie Green, Sarah Driggers, Leila Ca- 0 '? weeks left i
for his home
employed in Mr. F. F. Stump's store. son, Clara Cason, Messrs. Welsey and <$ 4 4' 4' 4' 1 4' 4' 44' 1 4' 4 ,' 4 4' + Eau Gallie. Thursday Much good has been done in %; tastes. "t.

Miss McKay is an exceptionally fine Warren Cason, Newn Mott, Orrin Ca- these
clerk and her friends are glad to see son, Callie and Scott Green, Crews O. during services, and eleven members .
A RELIC OF THE GOOD OLD DAYS.
her again behind the counter. W .Parmenter and John Parmenter. were added to the church. Two | Remember us when in search of lyour Spring Hat.
were granted licenses I
% as exhorters. ..;? I
Several were included in the '
games :
. I Mrs. T. W. Oliver and youn son, enjoyments of the occasion. U. D. Miner, the well known jewelerof The services will go on through the
Thomas Oliver, Jr., have arrived ir Starke, has among other relics, a remainder of this week, and possibly :| If it's comfortable, of 'wrset's' a iackson. We han-

Starke from bill of the continental longer. Tuesday was observed as a i
a delightful trip to Cuba UNIQUE WINDOW ATTRACTION. currency, issuedin t
and will be the guests of her /noiher, 1776. The bill is 3x3% and printedon day of fasting and prayer, beginning I die that make and it is
dependable :
with sunrise : we can
assure
a prayer meeting and you.
Mrs. S. F. Hamrick, for a few lays, stout hand-made paper. The obverse i
lefore returning to their home in Orville Moitt, salesman for D. C. side resembles the title page ofa closing at about 11:30 Tuesday evening '..* ,t 7'

Georgia.Mrs. Jones, has constructed another unique book in arrangement. It has a heavy .

attraction for one of the show windows bolder and most of the space is taken ,

'I H. C. Peelman, corresponding of the Jones hardware stoiv. it up by i, picture so obliterated that it *.'u.++++-H+ 11 M I 1.!...>*+++11+ '' J. W MORGAN

'; secretary of the Woman's Baptist is no less than a battleship. The ironclad reser.illes! a map of the moon. Over + :

Missionary Union, will speak in the I hull is made of two crosscut saws; the picture is printed, "Six Dollars." AttIieCiurches'BAPTIST. r ,

t j Baptist church Monday afternoon at I the funnels are stove pipes; the mil- Beneath it is "Philadelphia, Printedby + f;; Phone 23. I Phone 23

: 3:30 o'clock, March 20th. The ladies itary masts are of chicken wire net- Hall and Sellers 1776." On the opof,111111111111111111 I Ii I I It-+ '.:

of the different churches are cordially ting; the conning platforms of small reverse side is a seal with palm trees ,,;' STARKE FLORIDADIFFERENT

invited to attend this sen-ice. tin pans; the ventilators are elbow and the pyramids, bearing the motto I'r I

joints of iron pipe and the searchlightis "Perseverando." The following infor- Rev. J. B. Dixon of Jasper, will .' "

j Mr. A. I.. Bradley has moved with' a bicycle lamp. The armament is mtaion is conveyed to the reader: "No. preach at the Baptist church next RIBBONS i'yi'H';, ".',,.+". V':" :," ."".;,,,,".'.''.''U'. t4-."-" '.';,,,,,,,, NOTIONS.
his family from Palmetto to Starke J formidable. Two 12-inch guns of gun 56844. The United Colonies. Six Dol- Sunday, morning and evening. All are 0'O. ; v. .r.

" I and they will make their home herein I barrels point forward and two others lars. The bill entitles the bearer to invited to attend. .. -- -

- point rearward. The rapid-firing 5- receive six Spanish milled dollars, or ;
the future. Mr. Bradley is a con-I ':2: '
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I) tractor and builder but thinks of trying -I inch guns amidship are the barrels of the value thereof in gold or silver, according ST. MARK'S. J"-:7:." .:,, ; hiI
.22 cal. rifles. "Dreadnaught Florida"is to a resolution of Congress RITE
herry culture in the vicinity of WOo :
t Next Sunday the second in i. .
Sunday
Starke. the proud name painted on the ship. passed at Philadelphia May 9, 1776." Lent- \\.a-.I'. ;: ;'. '..
I The dreadnaught is much admired by This information is signed by B. Bran- .';,. ?:r. ,, ,
Morning service 11 clock : 'f': '. .. ,
passe rsby..MEETING. and James .. :;, .
I : nan Sellers, and around the (!i{ -, ,
Mrs. F. White
J. and Mr. Orrin
son Wednesday, penitential office and ad- '
four sides is furthermore FERtllIlfR.
ii'r I' White of Jacksonville, have visited averred that dress, 7:30 m. .
1 OF THE LADIES' MUSI- the bill represents six dollars. It is p. .
' 'I friends in and around Starke this week Choir practice, Thursday, 3 o'clock.
beautiful of
..1 Mrs. White is the widow of the late CALE. a piece workmanship, 1 ___ 'r '-, fi '
i J. J. White lived printed, apparently, from a coppeplaU --- REQUIRE :
who years, ago, at engraving. NEW CANDIDATES.The CROPS

1 : Temples Mill. Their many friends On Monday afternoon, Miss Cassie DIFFERENT KINDS OFt .1
i were glad to meet them. White entertained the
regular meetingof
STEPPING PARTY. Telegraph! has the announcements FERTILIZERSWhile "
the Ladies' Musicale. .
I Rev. L. W. Kickliter filled his regular of four new candidates this the basic elements are the same the !
The Mrs.
president, A. Z. Adkins, week follows
I appointment at Penial, Putnam conducted the meeting in a graceful For last Friday evening the Bap- as : amounts of tie ingredients vary.

I county, Sunday. From Palatka to manner. The ladies have been working tist Ladies' Aid Society issued the following L.For representative, group No. 2, E. +t FAVORITE FERTILIZERS ARE "I
j Starke he invitation Crosby, a well known citizen of o
was accompanied by Mr.
for sometime :
to
for
a past pay the baby Brooker. MADE TQ MEET THESECONDITIONS.
Thomas Ritch, a relative of Banker N.
For each
grand piano now in the High School step please give us a penny, For tax
collector
T. Ritch, who was a guest at the lat- J. Vernon Jones, .
Auditorium. It was reported that The horseshoe is small, it won't take well '
L ter's home during the week. there was $77.40 in the treasury, whichis many. a of Hampton.known and popular businessman Each sack is marked to show the important

r; more than enough to meet the reg- It is all for your pleasure and our For commissioner elements.
Postmaster A. J. Nimmo, of Hamp- ular payment on the piano. After the benefit, county district
No. Spe&l Formulas
5, H. D. May, of Theressa. for All Florida asps
ton, was a business visitor to Starke business So
tl was disposed of, those step twenty-five before quit"The
pres- you For
member
school board, district Write for
Tuesday. Mr. Nimmo is the Telegraph's ent Quotations.
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enjoyed an impromptu musical
party was given at the hospi- No. 1, L. W. Kickliter.
correspondent at Hampton, program by Mesdames Adkins J. F. table residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. A These new candidates are all AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS
worthy
and our friends there will confer a Canova, Misses Peek and White. The Bessent. There
was much interes'manifest citizens of the
county and as such INSECTICIDES
favor on us by giving him any itemsof hostess, assisted by her mother, Mrs in this unique entertainment. entitled to the consideration are
news that they may have. Hampton J. W. White, served cake and of the !
cream and quite a large crowd were in atten voters. "
"S mDEPENDEKf ffRTIUIER m"iPAHY!
: is one of Bradford county's fine Mrs. M. E. Edwards, of Gainesville, dance. The young folks enjoyed outdoor I ,
towns and we should like to publishall was an honored guest of the after-
the news all the time from there. noon. chicken games, and a most palatable Mrs. J. T. Wills, Sr., came up from JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
pilau supper was served. Gainesville Wednesday. t._ .




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NASTY CALOMEL -, iiikRINCE


GERMANAIRSHIP TLE OF VERDUN

Starts your Liver Without Mak-

ing You Sick and Can- ?

French Gunners Fire from Rac- not Salivate. Germans and French Alike Are

ing Autos Setting Zeppelin Covering Battlefield With
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Afire and Destroying it. Every druggist in town-your drug- Bodies of the Dead.

gist and everybody's druggist has no-
ticed a great falling off in the sale
PARIS, March 8.-An eye witnessof of calomel. They all give the same PARIS, March 8.-The trainloads of .
the recent destruction of a new Zeppelin reason. Dodson's Liver Tone is takingits wounded returning from .he Verdun "I. .
airship by French gunners near place. battlefield to the hospitals in Paris '
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Bar-Le-Duc, has written a vivid account "Calomel is dangerous and people are giving some idea of the terrible : {< tlit national .
of the of the aircreft ; ; ,
pursuit giant know it, while Dodson's Liver Tone is slaughter of the struggle there.AroundFort
by fire armed automobiles, which perfectly safe and gives better results Dououment, taken and retaken a joy smoke i. :

poured into it a relentless fire as it ," said a prominent local drug- half dozen times, was the sacrifice of $ c: I .
tried to get away. Finally the Zep- gist. Dodson's Liver Tone is person- men especially terrible. A wounded \
pelin was set on fire and brought to infantry sergeant gives the following
who
ally guaranteed by every druggist
the real
is
earth. In striking the ground the sells it. A large bottle costs 50 cents, account of the fighting: 0 .: : IA
bombs which it carried exploded and and if it fails to give easy relief in "The German cannonade had leveled ... tobacco for .
the crew wereb lown to bits. The storyof every case of liver sluggishness and the parapets and trenches of the old jimmy pipes

the chase and its fatal conclusion constipation, you have only to ask for Fort Douaumont until the position and makin's
follows: your money back. looked like a newly plowed field. It 0

"Two Zeppelins were signaled at Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant- seemed as if every gun in the world iniby cigaretteaCopyright

10:20 o'clock at night by an artillery i tasting, purely vegetable remedy, was concentrated upon that one point. R J.Tubacco.
officer in a listening post in the first I. harmless to both children and adults. The noise was far greater than in the Lo.

line trenches of the Argonne. The Take a spoonful at night and wake battle of Champagne.Brave .

night was clear and the wind moderateThe up feeling fine; no biliousness, sick Charge of the Germans ;

officer could not see the airships, headache, acid stomach or constipated "Some German infantry were creep-
but he heard the noise of their engines bowels. It doesn't gripe or cause ing up a narrow ravine on the right

and telephoned to the battery inconvenience all the next day like front, others were crawling throughthe I
Get Fresh Start!
base, whence the news was forwardedto violent calomel. Take a dose of calo- wood directly before the position. a

the army corps headquarters. All mel today and tomorrow you will feel Suddenly the Boches surged forwardin

the batteries of the district were at I weak, sick and nauseated. Don't losea a gray mass from both quarters at For men who got away to a false start on a pipeor
once on the alert, and within five min- i day's work! Take Dodson's Liver once. There must have been 5,000 in ?
utes searchlights were sweeping the Tone instead and feel fine, full of vigor the ravine and perhaps 20,000 from home-made cigarettes Prince Albert has a word -

heavens in all directions. I and ambition. ((14-5% the wood. As the former reached the or two for what ails their smokeappetites !
Kept in View by Searchlights."The 1 plateau a single; shell burst right

Zeppelins were first sighted by REMARKABLE EXPLOITS OF THE among them, flinging pieces in all di- Forget you ever tried to smoke, for Prince Albert is so
officer commanding a battery of 75- MOE WE. rections. The front was enveloped in
an different: such a fine flavor, so cool and cheerful and
millimeter guns. The nearest was a storm of shells, fragments of men,
then about two miles off, flying at an and lumps of earth. friendly, you'll get a now idea of smoke joy 1 The patented

altitude of about 5,000 feet and rising What undoubtedly was one of the "Through the smoke one could see process fixes that-and cuts out bite and parch! i '

rapidly. The second Zeppelin was most spectacular exploits of the war them advancing, heads down, as if
some three miles behind the first. The was achieved by the German commerce sheltering themselves from rain. Soon And this little preachment is also for men who thinktney're ; J,

officer was unable to get the elevation raider, under command of Capt Bur- the ravine head was choked with bod- on the right trade.: All to be said is that the sooner .
to hit the airship, but he grave Count Dohna-Schlodien, which ies. Others tried to clamber over andkt '
necessary successfully ran the British blockadein .you lay out a nickel! cr a dime for a supply of Prince
managed to give the exact position to rolling down the hillside. The
the searchlight officers. From that the North Sea. The Moewe is now heaps of dead gave us a more effective Albert, the sooner you'll make a discovery that'll be f#!

moment until it was destroyed the safe in its home port of Wilhelmsha-i I barricade than our own intrenchments. worth a lot to your peace of mind and

dirigible wasc never lost to view and I ven. : They simply' could not pass. Day Prince Albert alt over fp-ifn-r l
Captain Dohna has been awarded tficciviliiedirorld! ToppyrtJ
von -
the searchlights never left it. As itwas Push on Despite Slaughter"But 60., 5<.i tidy red tin. lOa ,
moving against the wind its progress -/ the Iron Cross of the first class. in front, where the slaughterwas pound and half-pound tin Get tho idea of smoking ell you want
The achievement of the Moewe in one hum.Jor-a"J-tloat clotty f Oa tit ttivn uh ef Oil tidy ttlIm
was relatively slow. even greater, they came on inces- cryttat-giat pound humidor without a comeback-that's P. A.! jam wili-.i: "fnttm Piloted
the warning reached most important detail ranks above that santly. with ponjre-moufener top :!'air 30.li, *W." whit! baa ads
"As as
soon ('f the Emdea-it that Captain von areb those Boches.I 'JShtwhopatfwi in It JREYNOLDSTOBACCOCO.Winston-a1-m N.C. three meiimtkt pipes when on<
Revigny, five motor cars with search- "Truly they rave, ranked bet<-1
lights and with special antiaircraftguns Dohna brought his ,ship home safe, would never have believed that human .
while the Emden's career was ended could face such terrible
manned by naval gunners, start- beings a -
ed in pursuit. These guns throw a by its destruction by the Australian fire. Yet they knew it was certain .

shell which is expressly designed to I cruiser Sydney off Cocos Island in the death, for the wounded were stifled un- --- ---- 'r
aluminum Indian ocean. der torn in pieces fresh
explode on contact with the corpses or by
The Moewe reached home with four
painted covering of the Zeppelins and shells.
to burst into flames once it is exploded. British officers, twenty nine British "Wave after wave advanced. At last

!: As the car rushes along the road the marine sand sailors, 166 men of crews they reached the spot where our forti- .
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officer standing in the back of the gives cf enemy steamers, among them 103: fications had been on the spur of the Z 's

the range and directs the fire of the Indians as prisoners, and 1,000,000 hill, and began piling up bodies to protect Get our prices | A fj Andrews Mere fo rw_ iil
marks in gold bars.
the them from fire. Douaumontwas
gun by the crew, who work gun our i ttiUi
lying on the flat of their backs. The vessel captured the following theirs, but at ghastly cost. i first, |! a i f.some !
steamers the of
Three Shells Went Home enemy greater part "Further back our hearts were burn-
"The guns on the moving motor cars which were sunk and a small part of ing. Were the Germans to be allowedto It will pay | =I o everybody'sYou. I
which were sent as prizes to neutral Ha
within consolidate their ? For liiiiionl '
. opened fire as soon as they came victory !_ trade.
range. A shell burst just behind ports. three days they had kept us idle while .: :. :. ;. :.

! the Zeppelin, throwing it into strong The British steamers Corbridge, 3- the gunners did all the work. :__'" .........1.NN...: ......',""."..",.II._...
i 687 tons; Authur, 3,496 tons; Trader,
relief, and immediately the gunners "We watched our shells concentrateupon
seized their opportunity. Another 3,602 tons; Ariadne, 3,035 tons; Dor- Douaumont, tearing the German

shell passed over the target, but the monby, 3,627 tons; Farringford, 3,146 defenses into fragments. Our hearts >.

next of the inflammable type hit the tons pam,; 7,781 Clan MacTavish tons; Westburn, 5,816, 3,300 tons; tons Ap- beat fast. Surely we should attack We are pleased to announce the recent arrival of

mark squarely about 75 feet from the soon. .
stern There was a shout of triumph Horace, 3,335; tons; Flamenco, 4,629 At Last the Mad Charge the followidg Seasonable Merchandise.A .
Prince tons.
tons; Saxon 3,471
the shell "At last turn I took
from the Frenchmen as appeared our came. partin III
The British sailing vessel Edinburg,
to go through the body of the he Champagne; charge, but it was '
airship and to adhere to the right side 1,473 tons. nothing like this. I fine line of Ladies9 Trimmed Hats. ,

of the framework, which it set afire.A The French steamer Maroni, 3,109 "We were mad. Nothing could have
few'seconds later two other shellswent tons.The stopped us. Despite the German fire, A full line of Stetson and Panama HatsrLadies' ;;; I

through the rear of the Zeppe- Belgian steamer Luxembourg which perhaps, was hampered by the

lin's car, .damaging the steering and 4,322 tons. fear of hitting their own men on the and Gents'high-quarter and Oxford Shoes.Ladies' !
Seven of the British ships were
mechanism."For spur, we hurled ourselves at them with
elevating sunk off the Maderia and Canary Islands White Shoes a big line of Tennis Goods. {
an instr.nt nothing seemed to the bayonet, among the shell holes \
and the coast of Africa. Five
happen, and then a thin, red line crept and ruined emplacements."This .
of the steamers mentioned were sunk Silks Linens and Dress Goods extra line.
fine
I along the side of the airship, which off the coast of Brazil.At was real war as I had never an ,
i shone with a bright ruddy glare as seen it. For a moment it was furious
several coast l
points on
I the flames shot upwards. No explo- enemy and equal. Then came another blue-
the Moewe also laid out mines, to .
sion was heard as the Zeppelin beganto clad wave and another. We hurled
which. others, the battleship
fall. The great mass, now blazingmore among them back, screaming, over the hill-
King Edward VII, fell victim. Hats Trimmed and Made to Your Order.
and more fiercely, descended The King Edward VII was of 16,350 side. It was a battle without quarter.We .
while the burning fragmentsof only captured
slowly, tons displacement, and with the exception corpses. .t
the cover fluttered away in the of the Audacious'and the "They had had enough. Fort de .
wind. All the onlookers expressed Douaumont was French once more.
Oceanic, was the largest warship lost
surprise that the airship took so longto by the British during the war. "As we lay there, panting and too SPECIALS :
come down. -- exhausted to cheer I suddenly found
Cargo cf Bombs Exploded that thigh was' bleeding from a
my
"The cargo of bombs, which there HUSBAND RESCUED deep stab. My boot was already full The best Flour at $6.75 per barrel. L Lt

is reason to b liewere to have been of blood, but I had not noticed it."
dropped on the inhabitants of Paris, t 24-pound sack of Flour at 75 cents. ;

exploded with a terrific roar as the PARA muss IMPROVES NATIVE ;
DESPAIRING WIFE of matches 50
Zeppelin struck the ground. Frag- PASTURES. One'gross only cents.

ments of its car were hulled over 2,000 Good White Homespun 5 cents yard: s
feet away and the remainder of the Farmers who looking for a forage per

huge framework collapsed in a heap After Poor Years of Discouraging plant with which to improve native ':. j.
the fire continuing to burn for several will find Para suitabb. -
Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave pasteurs grass {
hours According tp A. P. Spencer, district
"The second Zeppelin, which had Up in Despair. Husband agent for the University of Florida Tin and Enameled Wear of all kinds. f i

witnessed the disaster to its compan- Came to Rescue. Extension Division, it i* well adaptedto

the ion, German turned tail lines.and" hurried back to improving native pastures whichare All kinds of Plows and Plow Materials. 1

Catron Ky.-In an interesting letter subject to overflow. Und *- such

WORK ANIMALS SHOULD BE" from this place Mrs. Bettie Bullock conditions it is perhaps the best forasri.clant. Buggy Harness, Bridles, and Saddles gong cheap.

CLIPPED. writes as follows: "I suffered for four It can be used for sailing, or "
with hay, or it may be pastured. If it is :oLe r\
years womanly troubles, and during .!
used for anirra. should
Work animals should be clipped in this time I could only sit up for a little pasture, ;
on it continuously to keep the
spring as soon as danger of cold while and could not walk anywhere at graze
strn:s fmm. becomm? woody. We Have Some Real Nice Mules Sale.
weather is over. Otherwise they are all. At times I would have severe pains Pony For
l: A Conklin, who has:; chare .>f thrnsrcu'tu'al
apt to take cold when stabled for the In my left side. ,
night with sweaty coats. Horses and The doctor was called In, and his treat :: dnvelopnvr.t of thi Fe'ilsr.eic : f

mules with long hair sweat profuselyon meat relieved me for a while, but I was Farms three COmp-try. planted He cat Para the gLu..uu...........'''' .........,:..........,,
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stable warm with days.thick, wet put coat of hair lOOn confined to my bed again. After pass and disked it in. Now t'!2 improved 20 cents per \ : wood Florida
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has about the same effect as stabling (hat, nothing seemed to do me any good: i-asture is at least 11);) per rent A D Andrews Mere ro :

them in a wet blanket. Their skin is I had gotten so weak I could not stand, lv ter th:11'he rvt vs pastu" over : dozen I I I I I : : cane
and I In despair.At i-p Mr. ViViu! has beer ;
open, they soon lose the heat of work, gave up the ?ra7i .
and are apt to take cold at night.Of last, my husband got me a bottle of i fcjr bases, males -til l cows on the paid for I : syrup inbarrels
Cardui the woman's tonic, and I commenced fl'l."S.
course they should not be clipped
as long as there is danger of a cold taking it From the very first eggs. Halford :: Fla > .

snap unless good stables are had. Every dose I could tell it was helping me. I Watch Child's Cough. inr..rnrrnrrntmrnrtri ;....""'",,,,,,ryr"TfTTTii.
farmer who has several work animals can now walk two miles without its Colds, running of nose, continued .

can afford to buy a clipping machine. tiring me, and am doing my work." irritation of the rrusous membrane if t

They can be had for less than If you are all run down from womanly neglected may mean catarrh later. Dq .
ten dollars. In case it is not advisableor troubles, don't give up in despair. Try the ch.nces-do somethingfor .
possible to clip animals, H. G. Cardui,the woman's tonic. It has helped your child! Children will not take -
Clayton, assistant animal industrialistto more than a million women, in its 50 every medicine, but they will take Dr. .. I t,
of wonderful and should To Drive Out Malaria
the of Florida years success King's New Discovery and without
Station.University Experiment surely help you, too. Your druggist has bribing and teasing) It's a sweet EDGAR EYES A41 Build Up The System
recommends that they sold Cardui for years. He knows whatit e COMER L. PEEK Take the Oljl Sj ndard GROVE'S
and effective.
be.fed a ration that will help them will do. Ask hini. He will recom pleasant tar syrup so Optician TestedJACKSONVILLEFLA :. TASTELESS dull TONIC. You know

get rid'of he surplus hair. A bran mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. Just laxative enough to eliminate the : FLr .r Real Estate, Land and what you are taking, as the formula is
mash once a week or a little linseed waste poisons. Almost the first dose Broken Lenses DuplicatedSame > printed on etfry label, showing it is
meal-twice a week will start them to Write to Dtp: ..Cnattarwora Chananooga.Medktiw Tenn. Co.for. tfrtevd u4el'Advisory helps. Always prepared, no mixingor Day as Rccicved Timber Expert Quinine and fan in a tasteless form.
,shedding.You Treatment on your case and 64-p*.c book Hen* fussing. Just ask your druggistfor Wt Specialize on foil I Orders-We fey Postage The Quinine drives out malaria, the
for Women."sent la toWn wrapper Efio-B Dr. King's New Discovery. It tt 140 W. FORSYTH IT 83 years Experience at St rk.. ; Iron buildj: to the ystem. 50 cents

; get axl the ,important rational, You get all the important national, will safeguard your child against ser- ---
; state, county news in the Telegraph. I state, county news in the Telegraph. ious ailments resulting from colds. (2) Read the Telegraph-$1.50 a. year Shoes at Ljijviton's.a .

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'i c I I" : Remember the Sale starts March 18th, 8 a. m. An enormous Stock I : .

4 I R of Dry Goods, Millinery, Ladies', Men's and Children's Ready-to-Wear, I B i'

; E slightly damaged by water, will be sold at a sacrifice to the astonishment i' ,

i of the buyer. Read whatfollows carefully. I A'i; I

i M. Mr. George Anderson, the famous buyer for the Northern Jobbing R ti I
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: E I: House, New York, has had the lucky opportunity to purchase 275 cases :

1 of merchandise from the cargo saved from the fire on the steamer SunG: I ,

: M dale which occured miles below New York of
.. recently, forty 100 cases ,,; i

.\ I B this merchandise has been shipped to us with instructions to turn the i A ",K ': "

: stock into cash, and to accomplish this we have marked the goods so that I ldi'} I ; I

I E every dollar will do triple duty at the Fire Sale. Grasp the opportunity. i / ,.

I R ; Read this announcement through carefully and Jet nothing keep you a- N

',: I way. Remember that summer is nearly here and this sale will enable ; ; f':, I : "..
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f ::1 Sale 18th starts, 8 a. m.ri, SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 8 A. M. 'I woman For every and man child",


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,if 4 Men's Worsted Suits For Only $4.95 Wonderful Showing Men's Suit i $8.95


.r! I This offer has no precedent in Starke's clothing history. We cannot offer any greater The price making power of this store is strongly demonstrated in the wonderful off
f I bargains than in this sale of Men's Fine Worsted Suits. Our opportunity to own them to fer of Men's and Young Men's Fine Suits at $8.95. Every man or young man who contemplates

! !u sell them at this price is a product of business circumstances. These suits at $4.95.are buying a suit, should see our marvelous assortment we are offering at this price.
';- suits that formerly sold for $10 and $12. Since Worsted Suits are desirable at all times These are exceptional values, formerly selling at $16, to $18, and they look like they were
'. 6 this offer should be a popular one. The range of sizes is complete. If worth $20. The fabrics include all the latest styles and make a very jt';: >
1 I.- you cannot come in person give your measurements to some member of $4.95 tine selection. These suits are tailored in a way that insures lasting JhrVHQ O AE?

',.:' :t, your family or.a friend and we will fit you out. See these Suits __ _._ vice and satisfaction. We especially urge you to see these suits-------IT.
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SHOE BARGAINS i HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT. DEPARTMENT. I I !? HATS.
, I I From Our Shoe Department I 15c Towels, large size these are very nice :i Lad50-cent Ribbed Long Union i One lot of Hat* going at
; Suits
t I' i' $2.50 Safe Men's Price Shoes.$1.49 Sale Prioe --- ----_-_ -_- --_---_----------- 7c i l 9ale-Price ___-- --___ -_ ---_ _- --__________ 19cWOMEN'S 23 to _____.5Men's :------ 41C
25c Towels, large size Flesh Towel and Plain.Sale Ladies' and Men's first class j- Felt HasSale I
- ;I : $3,00 Sale Men's Price Shoes $1.89 i j Price ----,-- :"--J,-,-----,---,----:-------- lie19c i! i I Sale Price --- --_--, -,-:_heavy-_---,fleeced- _Underwear, 37 c PriceMen's ,'.,_u.- 98cMEN1
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i. 35c Large Size i Bath Towels and Linen Fringe. Ladies' Ribbed Drawers, -- --- Hats, ufi styles
25c
$4.00 Sale Mrie Sh$2.69 I I Sale Price --_----_- __ --_-----_--_ --________ i Sale Price_ _Value._ ___________ 91 I c !: Sale Price -<*__ 0 1 IMen's X 23
I,.J $5.00 Men's Shoes QQiO j i 50c Extra Large Bath Towels: 39c I Lat!:' Outing_ _Gowns and Petticoats, worth 50c. I $2.50 lifts._____ Sale Price $i3 3 i Sale Price _uuuuuuu i i Price 35c Sale Prict.5 0 I irU
. ,, --------- jl I 15cPillowCasesGoodQuality. I 25c and 35c. Outing Petticoats. --------- I All of our $3.tld $3.50 Hats in
$3$1.50 Women's Women's Shoes Shoes., 49c 1.98 98 i I Sale Price55c _______________ 8c ,. I Sale Price --------------------- ___ 18c I I every imagirvible shape, color i
t I Sheets. Good Quality. F---------------------- : i Welisses5 and Children's White WashabS I or quality ? \
r $4 Women's Children's Shoes Shoes__ 2.9498 I : Sale Price ________________________uuuu_____ 39c69c ; I Sale Price -------------________ ;S. 25c I One big lot of 3r en's----Caps-----, -forth l Ii i
$1.50; i 89c Sheets extra size, Best Quality Sheeting, Bleached. : 312 Ladies' Opera Capes, values $7 to $10.:---------- j I I' 75c, at this fj;le -------- .39 I I
i $2 Children's Shoes 19 I : Sale Price ___u---------u-u---------- I .' Sale Price :-------------h_____ ______,_____ 98c One Lot of 11-n's* Caps, worth 1
I All Patent and Leathers .
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llilh : I $1.50 Bed Spreads Nice Quality full I size. 205 Serge Princess- Dresses llcolors, $ to 50c, at. --------- .19CHILDRE I
and Slippers Shoesare ; l :i le" : ? $12. $3.981
Price ------------------------------C I I Sale Price .. ; ; .
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abo\e. We have I 13,000 Women's Waists,
$1.50 Men and Women a 36c I consisting of Lawns, Madras, I t i Made of Gii' hams,
I Sandals will go for ._ 47c 1.I'' i that formerly sold for 50 and 75c a yard at 29c and I'' Percales, Voiles and Sateen, valued at $2.50. Now __. 39c r Galateas-Pricii for Quick Percales Sel, I{
. I I Big Lot Leather.Suit Cases, slightly damaged by t' :; 14:0 Ladies Skirts, $3.50 Values A I" ling.
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: i I I SPECIALS I I water, value $5 to$8Wl11goaL-----------------) .95 !; I ,I Sale Price _____________________________ 51.8911 I :I .5c.Dresses. "
i : : 2,000 Union Made Overall I ; i I -------- 43e I
! I I Sale Price ____u____ 8ge '-., -- __ ," i : $1.50 Sale Dresses-------Price J[ :
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1: : Men's 50c Drawers. - --------- ,JMEN'S 87c ;
39c : Sale Price .
OPPORTUNITY.One I BOYS CLOTHING. -- ----
GLORIOUS
i I Sale Price : A I LADIES' DEPARTMENT. I !
4'' Yard Wide Bleaching. 7c I big, lot of Children's Hose, 15c. ,! $_).00 Boys: Suits. We have made I FURNISHINGS. I! ;
1 Sale Price .? Sale Price ___________ __- 6c ,i Sale Price ----- .--- -- hH ___$1 39 Department and a special inYan our Ladies f 10cMensllan'terehefs--! ':
arranged
I Bleaching and Cambric, i Sizes $3. 0 Boy's Suits.Sale up-to-date i 15c Men's Handkerchiefs __ j07
f Worth 12 Vj 8c I. Extra Sale Large Price ____ will__go_ at______ 9 C I inch .._ __ _hhhh__ $1.98 1 Ftyle.We i I I 35c Silk Handles ________ .19"I I'
I Men's Fine Silk Socks. ---- -- -- $tOO Norfolk St 3'le. carry a full line of Reads-to-Wear Gar75c, Silk Hand.rs ____u__ .37'' :
' Sale Price 19c MEN'S CLOTHING. Sale I Price ._---$2.98 made menu only for the Ladies, such as Ready- 1 ;25c Men's Sussonders ---- .14 .
: Men's 15c Socks. $;.00 Bluo' Serge N'orfolk.Sale High-Grade krts1 r Underwear, I S5c Men's :us |enders .19 ;
(. Sale Price 7c : $1.50p 's Pants. __ 93e : Price _. $3.98 Ladies'Ladies': Coats Waists, Embroidered Dresses, Hosiery, i 75c Men's Suspenders _::=: .3T 1 t
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I '' 'I en' Hose.Sale S- -- S8.00; Blue Norfolk, Extra and you will find every ar I 135c Men's Belt I .19 .
,[ I sIc.Price .. 4: I $2.50 Men's Pants. $1 i43/IQSaleFrice Lae Irl'Serge ___ $4 98.'!please le marked in all.plain figures and at prices that I I 175c Men's BelW -_-__--_-_-_-_-__-_ .23 :
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t I Ladles I5c Hose. I $ High Grade. Tailor Made. to s .01.
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7c $3.00 Men's Pants. < OQSale lg.o 98 examine this department. i ..
Sale Price I $1 111C--------------------------I I 20c Men's HalS Hose .09 I
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I I Price i dozen Ladies Black Hose, '
u -- -----' n-- lOc seller. ,9"cLisleand S lk Hose 19'j
I i' Infants Sale Price Lace Hose._ 9c I $.1.00 )!ens' Pants. 00 QQ OUR; PIECE GOODS DEPARTMENT.We Sale Price -- -: ---- -__-__--____ 7 C I I I Neckwear: ; ._______-u--_ .14 I II I ,
i I' Sale Price -----------------------y I 50 dozen Ladies' Silk 50c Hose I 5OcValueSi11t1I05e ____
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9: I'. 'j'I I) Handkerchiefs Up From _, Ladies 3c I $-.00 Extra' \"alueIen's Pants. .gji CO 49 want that to WP impress must upon sacrifice the ladies the stock of thisvicinity of Sale Price d.--------------1 Qf e I 135e I Men's Neckwear _u___ .19 .:;'
Pal I .i'
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-' I Up From --- ------ I, Sale I Prire _u______ __nu_____ duplicated. never again be 60 pieces ----------h.nice 0JW I 1.50 Union Mde Overall .
LOOK AT THESE. I I, very BleachingandCam 85e
25 pieces good calicoes, in the '
l r Trunks, Suit Hand Shepherd Plaids, worth some 8i! 4c Mlti'e have a Special Counter loaded with some brie, worth 12% -----------______ 8e' Sale Price 08f--------' I I
atsesCost.
I ------ es" Bargains in
I Bags : every grade and desiencf 50 pieceof the beet Dont Miss tll.3.Grand :,
40 pieces nice quality Bleaching yard Fancy Goods.Be Quality Bleaching and Opportunity -
_ -- wide, worth lOc yard _______ua.. 7c and I l.on!>dale Cambric, yard wide, sells : for Ilarsjains.A .
-- / sure investigate this counter. I for 15c a yard. Sale Price __-_____ 9C : -- .i-- --- -4/


.. 200 Silk Dresses TIP TO latest THE styles LADIES., model of 1915, This Sale I Will be the SKIRT DEI'A I\fMEXT.":
; will be sold at this Sale at a Sacrifice. Greatest Ever Held Our Skirt Department is iomplete. We have '
50 dozen Ladies, Silk
I Hose all colors, plain our Skirts arranged so y?u can see the price
; and lace, all Garter Tops, i5c Value 1 ft/ yourself. It is to your i interest! to and
Sale Price ______________u _u___ I OU O examine our full. line of S irts. come ;
A great sacrifice saleWOMEN'S of Fine Muslin Underwear. 250 Ladies' '

.9! COATS.All e rea' er ew or ore 400Sale Sale Price Price i -_--------0..x$1-----------.7.------___-$1 .,49 OU 00 i
Women's and Misses' Coats that formerly 50 Ladies' Skirts, $4.50
I 1 I sold from $10.00 to $25. Get One. $*M 98 ( Sale Price __ __________Stller..|__________$2.39
I Sale Price -'
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Some very fine Coats among these, so on't. Sale Price .. ----$2.89
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1 I! miss$1.00 Sale them.American Price Beauty Corsets. 39c Florida Next Door to Postoffice.4O Sale Ladies'Price Skirts) : $6.50,any a $7-Value-$3,39 ..
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500 PERISHED ON STEAMER I I HERE AND THERE IN I REGISTRATION BOOKS II III f = I h

PRINCIPE DE ASTURIAS BRADFORD COUNTY !. WERE OPENED MONDAY J.S.GR1NER F
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Captain Commits Suicide Upon In the most hospitable home of D. Supervisor Knight Gives Some PEOPLE'S CANDIDATEFOR THE YOUNfi TRADlN6 Ol ,I =

Realizing the Full Extentof L. Phillips the Traveler found refugefor Data For Information of 1,

the Disaster. the night and right royally was he The Voters. RETAILERS AND }}
entertained. Mr. Phillips and family JOBBERSs

came to this home some five yarsago I STATE TREASURERSubject

RIO JANEIRO.-According to the and have transformed a forest The primary election registration Offer the following to the buying ptiblfc-
latest information, the number of the into a splendid farm in that tim Of I books were opened last Monday. The to the decision of the primary.I'

deaths on the Spanish pasenger steam- the 30 acres he owns, 25 is in cultiva- j law was changed by the last legislature respectfully solicits the support of the !j HAY I
ship Prnicipe de Asturias, which tion. He had 1 t,: acres of berries this so that it is not necessary for
struck a rock and sank off Santos on I season. He does general farming, anti i persons who registered prior to the I voters of the State. He is a native of | We have a large stock of Fresh Clover, Af alfa and \ ,

Sunday, wil reach almost 500. Among is justly proud of his bunch of hoirs, i last primary to re-register. Respecting Florida, the son of a Confederate- j
those saved was the new American of which he had 22 fine ones. TheyI the registration of new voters and eran and an unswerving Democrat. Timothy Hay. i
Santos Charles Tredek. I between Berkshire and Poland I' other requirements of the law C. A. ;
consul to I ire a cross Never asked for office until a few years |j FEEDS j
Buenos China. He states that he Knight, county registration officer
The vessel was en route to sows requests -
I when he elected Treasurer of iI
ago was I
Aires from Barcelona. i corn in rows and as fast as it gets j the Telegraph to publish the
I Sweet Feed
I : Larro (for milch cows) Ground Velvet
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; Bradford County. In this office he ,
Over 600 passengers were on board. large enough he cuts it and feeds it to following:
The catastrophe was caused, it is said, I his hogs for 'greenness. He states | Any voter in the county can register has saved hundreds of dollars to the I Beans (something good) Bran, Coil, Oats,
in which the vessel that it is to if not better, than 1 at the county seat from March 1st to
by a thick fog equal people of his county by refusing to i Light and Dark Cotton Seed Meal Chicken jf eed.
struck a rock and sank in less than 5 oats or rye for pasture and is a more :, May 1st. 1916. charge -commissions on a certain class | ,
minutes. The newspapers of this city sure crop. Then he can also regulatethe j For convenience of those that can- FERTILIZERSAll \
say that it is reported that the com- amount they eat each day. He not come to the county seat, the law of disbursements. lIe was one of the ;(

mander of the ship committed sucideat keeps right on till the corn ripens and I' provides that registration books be first men in the State to agitate a re- i kinds suitable for farmers and berry
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the moment of the accident. The thus is able to grow and fatten them opened in each voting precinct from duction in the fees of county treasurers -: rowers. ;

greater part.of the officers were lost. from the same crop. This certainlyis I the first Monday in March to and including and is therefore entitled to part of Our specialties are, Corn and Cotton Special and Acid .' t
a splendid idea and well worth the the first Monday in April. I. f
I the credit for the law the J
passed by Phosphate.
CITY COUNCIL IN REGU- trying by any farmer who has a band Any person becoming of age before i.
LAR SESSION TUESDAY of growing hogs. If the fine hogs Mr. June 6th, 1916, can register and vote last legislature which will result in a ; SEEDS ..

-.- Phillips had about his place are the 1 at the coming primary. saving of thousands of dollars to the. ,;

(Continued From Page 1.) result of the plan it is an abundant After having been properly: regis- taxpayers of the state. He will faith- Best qualities of Peanuts for eating and Seed. We I;
success. In commenting on the healthy tered the law requires that the voterif ,
fully discharge the duties of the officeif '
of such trains or locomotives when appearance of his hogs Mr. Phillips : subject to poll tax-must have elected. have on the way a carload of Cowpeas for seed of ;

crossing said street to give proper signals I stated that he .put spirits. of turpentine poll tax receipts for the years of 1914 the
following kinds-Whipporwill (
I Early Clay Un-
and warning of the approaching and Grandmas washing powderin and 1915. I GRUESOME FIND NORTHOF ,
train or locomotive, providing how no-I the slops Ted to his hogs each week 'j Those who have been in the state known. They will arrive next week : :
tice of this ordinance shall be givento As a result of this his hogs were never I but one year and in the county sixl! THE CITY TUESDAY I

said Seaboard Air Line Railway 1,0 hued with worms. He also sprays !I months will be subject to 1915 poll tax (Continued From 1. STAPLE GROCERIES J :
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Company, and prescribing punishmentfor them frequently enough with the same ] only. ,
the violation thereof. mixture to keep them free from lice. I' Citizens of other counties must have ,I dered or had died a natural death The largest stock of Flour ever brought tb Starke, 3
or
motion the rules were waived Thus keeping his hogs free from ; teen in this county six months, priorto salted
Upon I, had been still born. In the meantime several brands, Meal, Hominy, Meats and ;
June 6th 1916 in order to vote and ,
and the ordinance was passed to sec worms and lice he never has any he tracked the
body back to the
place
ond reading. cholera or other diseases to contend I can use 1914 and 1915 poll tax receipts whence it had been dragged by the had a large sale. We also have Tinware ofall; kinds. s
second t I with all of which is splendid from the county from which
No. read
82
Ordinancve was ,
time by its title only. I tion for those who do have informa-I they came, or if not paid in the other dog.a ditch The, trail where led it had north been and thrown endedat smoked, Lard, Etc. Our lOc Wooden Buckets have jl

Upon motion the rules were further in the way of diseases. county, they can pay this county both after having been in FANCY GROCERIES [
waived and ordinance was passed to I no doubt about it, all forms of disease'I the 1914 and 1915 poll tax and vote. I I sack, and had then wrapped been covered a gunny with r.

third reading. among hogs can be easily avoided with Under the revenue law all persons dirt raked from the bank of the ditch. We keep Fancy Crackers, Dried Fruits, Coffees of
who have lost limb
from
attention.It a are exempt
Ordinance No. 82 was read third proper care and
time in full and put upon its passage. was the day before Christmas, the payment of poll taxes, but under Dr.the Wills body.soon He arrived found it and fully examined devel-- different brands and Canned Goods. I ,

The roll was called and the vote recorded December 24, when the Traveler droveup the election law all male persons over
oped and not born before its time. He
as follows: to the cosy little home of J. M. the age of 21 years and under 55 saw no signs of violence but the Inspect our brands of Cigars and Tobaccos. l 4

Members voting aye: Muse. The date is specifically men- years must pay poll taxes to entitle right temple was slightly depressedor All our goods are fresh and new goods are arriving .
them to vote such have losta
nice lit- except as
Andrews, Matthews, White, Wills. tioned because he displayed a broken in it I'
though was impossibleor '
strawberries he had limb in battle. daily by the carload. See before
Absent, Bryan. tle box of ripe at least difficult to tell whether this us making pur- ;
The clerk was instructed to serve picked out of his 6-acre field that from the Matthews injury had been caused by the chases
Syrup farm is on drag- elsewhere-we can save money for If
certified of ordinance No. 82 on morning. They were of the Missionary you.
copy sale at A. M. Darby's. If it is not ging or had happened before.A .
said Seaboard Air Line Railway Com- variety and certainly did look satisfactory return it and get your short distance southwest of where we haven't got what you want, it is sure to be on the

pany. tempting. money. the body had been interred lives Anie Since business here
Request of J. W. Morgan for reduc- J. F. White has 20 acres, of which ;, --- Reynolds, and the sheriff went there. I way. we began our trade has

tion of taxes on personal property referred half is in cultivation and stumped. He at the splendid farm home of J. H. The woman confessed that she had been phenomenal and far above our expectations, _
to committee on finance and does general farming and has 6li Williams. Here the Traveler discov- given birth to a child one of the first'days which !
shows
lie is that we have the right goods at the :
taxation. acres of berries this season. a -t
ered friends and relatives of his of last week, but did not know
Several petitions were presented requesting newcomer, having been on his place friends, and accepting a cordial invi- what had become of it. A woman by : right prices. We are very thankful as well'as pleas'd
the council to pass the neces- only a year. Sam Ballinger has 50 tation to stay to dinner, a very happy the name of Charlotte Welcome had I '
sary ordinance: to prohibit the roam- acres and does general farming on the hour was spent with the family. Mr. acted as midwife. The Reynolds I ed over this generous patronage .I:

ing of cattle on the streets of the 20 acres he has stumped and in cul- Williams i is truly a thrifty, up-to-date woman said she was unconscious at Goods delivered free within .
town of Starke. Said petitions were tivation. He has 8 acres o.* ferries: farmer as everything about his place the time and did not know what Char- reasonable distances.

referred to the committee on laws and this season. J. S. Gamble has a 30- attests. The fences are all up snug lotte had done with the child.

ordinances.Mr. acre tract with 25 acres in cultivationand and tight, the !gates are all swinging Annie Reynolds was arrested and
Pierce, representing J. B. 10 acres stumped. He has 10 clear at the outer point, and there i ia is placed in the county jail. Charlotte THE YOUNfi IRADINfi E[ 1
of Atlanta, was presentand in berries this season.
Co.
:McCrary acres fastening on every one of them. It Welcome was already there for some
presented his proposition for the I Lawtey is truly a joy to the eye of the be- offense, and stoutly denies knowing 1I

sewer and paving construction.The Lawtey is a live and thriving little I II holder to find a place where house, anything about the matter.. STARKE.Near Depot FLORIDA 1
proposition was deferred to an !I town on the Seaboard. It is truly a. barn, buildings, fences and gates are --- I L : P
adjourned meeting to be held Monday beautiful place with its rows of wide all right in line. Such men thrive be- Now is the time to get your strawberry JJ. --J

night: March 13th, 1916. spreading and umbrageous oaks which cause they keep up things that are tickets. We print them for you .
The collector reported collections for were planted by the town along its small in detail with the same care and on short notice. Glad stock,

the month of February: wide and well kept streets. As one attention that they do the larger af- HOUSEHOLD CARES ___ _____ _n u __ _____ _
Licenses __ ____ __________ 33.:i I
Fines _n u____u-_u ____-....._ 18.00 drives along the road into the village fairs. ---- --- -- sI
-.. he is immediately impressed with the He has 64 acres in his farm of ,
ft Tax the Women of Starke The Same
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Total collections ______------------- 5l. ]homeliness and sense of comfort that's which 35 are in cultivation and I fi( s
The treasurer's report was ordered I :evident in all the homes he passes. ed. tHe does truck farming, stump'I'I As Elsewhere. l'\ GOTO

filed as follows General: Fond There is a quietness and peace pervading 6 acres of berries this season. Hard to attend to household duties I !

Feb. 1. to amt on hand ______________ 68.S it which at once attracts at- fall he dug 1.100 bushels of sweet potatoes .
With back.
constantly aching
Feb. 19. reed Silas Kite fines ----_-_-_-_-_ 18.00 1 tention. which he was able to dispose of'', a U. D. MINE
Feb. 29. reed Silas Kite licenses 33.25, A woman should not have a bad Ii t.
-' The religious life of the place is at !good prices. He shipped to Tampa, back.

Feb. 29. to Road amt and on hand Bridge___Fund_n______ 120.07 j I.| represented in the M. E. church, both Jacksonville and St. Augustine. Two 'i| And she seldom would if the kidneyswere : .

Feb. 1. overdraft _______n___________ 16.831| South and North, and the Baptist and years ago he put up 2,000 quarts of well. I. )
Feb. 29. overdraft _____Fond_____________ 15.83 Seventh Day Adventists. There is a syrup, but the past season he sold his I I Doan's Kidney Pills are endorsedby \ FOR SPECIAL BARGAINS IN I ; .1.1I

Feb. 1. to amt on Interest hand ----__________ 9"".91 fine school structure in the town of car.e. He was quite successful! last thousands. ;
Feb. 16, reed accrued interest on bonds 322.00 pressed brick, erected at a cost of year with his Irish potato crop, hav- ], Have been used in kidney troublesover

Total _.____________________________1238.91 $11,000, and the school is most admir- ing 104 barrels. He expected to plant 50 years. I Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware : :'
out 880.00 ably conducted under the following 2 acres this spring. He had but recently -:
paid ---
Feb. 29. by amt --------- Read what this Starke woman says:

Fi-b. 29. to amt on hand ______n____ 350.91 I corps of teachers: M. M. Fryer, shipped 150 hampers of snap :I, Mrs. J. D. Hurst, Starke, says: "My and Novelties. JI
Sinking Fond Misses A. Wainwright, R. Hull, E. H. beans. Thus it will be seen that )Ir.I, back was very weak and lame and I f4C'
Feb. 29. to amt on hand __n________ 172.36 I Milling and L. Brown. In lodges there Williams grows the stuff on his place, often found it hard to do my house- I

Feb. 29, to amt Waterworks on hand _Fond_____uu_- 335.00 are the Masonic, W. 0. W. and M. W. and that he is able to dispose of it to work. When I stooped, I could hard-

Bond hand Fund__ __ ___ 45.097.00Scrip A. R. B. Jackson is the efficient post- advantage. One element of this com- ly straighten up. I was urged to try One 16-size Elgin 16-jeweIs adjusted watch, regu.\\ '
Feb. 29. to amt on -- -- stillis oth-
needful the
ordered drawn for master, and his kindly courtesy bination is just as as Doan's Kidney Pills and I did so. I :
ment of was the following bills: pay fresh in the memory of the Traveler. er for a man to make a success of have never been sorry I took this I : lar price $26, will sell for $17. '
trucking. Most any man can grow I
General Fund : medicine, as it strengthened my back
K. S. Matthews councilman _____n___ S.Ot Lawtey claims a population of 800 the stuff, but not every nan can mar- and the pains went away." a
J. W. Andrews Jr. do _nndn__ 3.001 I I has bank and a goodly numberof ket it to advantage. Here is where One 18-size 17-jewels j adjusted nearly new for $8. I : -
S. A. Bryan do __. _________---- :\..11IIJ. and a Price 50 cents at all dealers. Don'tsimply ,
n --_____________ several of whichare would into the ad- .
W. White do _--____-- 2-W business houses, co-operation come ask for a kidney remedy-get I I! :
A. S. Crews. tread salary _____unn___ __ ..50., quite large and give evidence; of vantage of all. Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that
Silai Kite salary and fees 0000 -- 5a on | One 18-size 7-jewels in gold-filled case only $6. ;
Ed Burn."'! do --_----__-_--_--_---- 52 MO 1 doing a large volume of business during Farewell Mrs. Hurst had. Foster Milburn Co., I
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C. F. Hnour. ma>or's fits 1"W.Ort : the course of a year. Altogetherthe And so the long trip throughout the Props., Buffalo, N. Y. ((17)) ,I
H. Austin police riecs nonnoon__ gets in passing and breadth of old Brad- ----- ---- All and '
C. A. Fuieh. clerk's foe ---- -- -- 17.15 I impression one length good rings jewelry, except contract goods, at cost I'
J. R. Davis & Co. premium on land2.50' through Lawtey is that it is a clean, ford county' came to an end. In this
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W.Silai T.Kite\Verks fei-d.nir recording: prisoners deeds _n_n____ 14.85 homey and desirable place in which to connection the Traveler desires: most rJAxBISCUIT.j : for a short time.
Starke Telephone Ct). phone rent _u_-- 1 Say I live and to do business. Of course, the heartily to thank all who in any way I ; \
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D.. C. Joins Wall fire faucet chief and__labor___ ____ 2 on berry interests are the life and soul showed him any kindness or favors, i i l
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E. B. Shipman fireman -nn- _-_-________ 1.00 I I cf its business prosperity. and that means literally every man ? Three Elgin and Waltham watches in ladies' sizes, I II
fius Brasley do ______ __- 1.00
Drtw Alvarez do -_-__-_-__-___--_-_-_ __ 1.00 Homeward Bound and woman with whom he came into I
Joe Cano\a do ____--_______________-__ 1.00 Crossing the railroad track and turning contact. There never was a grander Hijh quality soda crackers, at cost, $8 to $12. I II
Ah Svdboten do ______________n_____ 1.00 parent of line of 122 crackersand I, I .
Will Moitt do ___--_____--____________ 1.00 south on the main road to Starke, people anywhere, a people who really ;
Markley Johns do ______--____--___--_ lAO Mack, the good old horse, pricked up wear their hearts on their coatsleeves, cakes. One for every taste _. -_ II
Chan. Boasley do ___.____________n___ 1.00 '! found this The end need affording ----- ---- --- ----- ----- - -- J
1.00 his ears and quickened his pace. He than was during trip. every ..
Will Allen Baisden C no\a do do--_-_-__-_--_-__-_-----_--_-_-_-_-_-__----- 1,00 t I I i knew as well as dtd the driver that best was always at the service of the delightful! mealtime change ----- --- -----
Leo Canova do __________ _________ 1.00 his horse wherever
u all the Traveler and Quinine That Does Not Affect
Cliff Chancey do ____________________ 1.00 he had passed quarter poles TIM The Head Plies Cured la 6 to 14 Days
-1 i and was now coming down the home chance brought them for dinner or Because of its tonie and laxative effect LAXATIVE Yt>jr druggist! will refund money if PAZO
____ ____ ______________ 197.20 BROMOQUINIKK is better thin ordinary
Total ____ stretch.J. over ni ht. May the dear Lord richly Quinine and does not cease nervousness nor OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching,
R.ad and Bridge Fund ____ L. lives by the waysideand bless all with whom we came into eta de Jac ksowdle Cracker N'crks ringing in head. Remember the full name and Blind.Bleeding or hot- di"&Piles in(to 14 days .
J. S. Mercer street work ________ 31.50 I I' Stalsby look for the signature of E. W. GROVE. 2Sc. 'l'h l s "-"* "cMicatujn (lne Else aad Rest 60c. yi
Quigley Lumber Co. lumber and nails 5.97 owns 43 acres. He has 30 of it contact in any way.
J W. Andrews &: Son street work ---- 10.25 I is to be that the
W.: work 80.00 in cultivation and 25 of it stumped.He It truly hoped
F. Molt
scavenger ----------
I'I had 9 acres of berries of which he readers of the Telegraph have enjoyed, =
Total ____________ _____ ____________ 12i. 2 was very proud. Hope he has had a yea, and profited by reading the seriesof i -. -
The council took a recess to Monday bumper crop. A. L. Roberts i is a near descriptive articles written con- iff ,

March 13th 1916.C. neighbor, who has 26 acres in his cerning your fruitful and splendid -

A. FUTCH.Clerk.. farm, all in cultivation and some 15 county. No fancy word painting has WHEN IN STARKE

of it stumped. lie had 6V acres of been indulged in, but things have been

The Aches of Housekeeping.The i berries, of the Klondyke variety. recorded in plain language just as they

pain and soreness caused by Along the road one comes to a deserted were seen. Call around and look over my line of Hardware. Farming Implementsof
And while he wrote the shadow of
bruises straining which bears the
during,house over-exertion cleaning time and are soothed of Saxton.mill town In the days of its primeit name the wing! of Death lay across the homeof all descriptions carried in stock. My line of Tools, Plows and Cultivators :

Sloan's Liniment. No busy center of life and in- the Traveler. From week to weekas Tooth Tooth
away by was a of different styles including Disc Shovel Straight
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need to suffer this Just Here the Starke Lumber Co. he has sat at his typewriter, he has many
agony. apply dustry.
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the wife of his youth, the Tooth and Combination Disc and Shovel Tooth is complete.
Sloan's Liniment to the sore spot, had a mill with a 40,000 per day capacity seen compan- Spring ,
rub only a little. In a short time the and cars were loaded daily and ion of his years, and the mother of his .

pain leaves you, you rest comfortably j sent forward. But that is all a thing children, slip silently but surely away d sell the famous Webber Wagons, Mowing Machines,. ,
and enjoy a refreshing! sleep. (Viegiateful I'I of the past. The timber that is acces- out upon that great ocean of eternitywhence Rakes Presses Gasoline Stoves Ranges E mel t
Engines
user writes: "Sloan' T ini- sible is all cut out, and now where no traveler can return. At Hay ,
ment is worth its weight in \1." once was the busy hum of saw and last the blow fell, and his hand was ; Ware and Tinware. '

; Keep a bottle on hand, use it t ifet :, hum of business everything is idly paralyzed and hence the hiatus of the
al soreness, neuralgia and bie*. sleeping in the sunshine and dreamingI past few weeks in the writing of these

Fills pain. 25c at your druggist ((2)) I I of the good old days. A postoffice is sketches. DeWITT C. JONES
Now is-the- time- ---to- get- -your--straw-- still maintained there, of which G. W. Farewell, dear readers, perhaps forever "

berry tickets. We print them for you I Stewart is the postmaster. _.r-
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en short notice. .'. \\, 1 The last stop of the trip was made And if forever, fare thee well.
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County News Items B. F. Finley, of Olustee, spent Sat- i J ,-

t i urday here, looking after business in- lJ i

.. terests.F. -r ...)
H. Spicher is still railway -
r' agent r EsU
Week by Our
w Interesting Fact Gathered During the here. Mr. Cordere, of Ocala, spent a "'

Regular Correspondents. day here looking the situation over, j I A Carload Just Received =

1 1r I.i and considered it too much for two :j VOL
men. So far no one else has had the jf
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i I (courage to even look it over. We \ '-",'1Ii
. ';' '!- i> !> '!o ) + Misses Roxie and Mollie Hines spent !,i
I trust that the companies will d rd": to
-' 0 the latter part of the week with their ;![ j put on a. third man, and retain Mr. | We have stocked a Carload of Roofing all grades j I E
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4 -:' WATEHOAK. 1- uncle, :Mr. J. W. Hines, who lives near :I Spicher as agent.STRAWBERRY. ,> ,
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'!' ;. '!' . 1- ., The sociable given at the home of MOVEMENTS.Since 1 : toC

Mr. and Mrs. Crews Wainwright, oCI( M r. and Mrs. E. J. Ward was well attended Prices $1.25 to $7.00 per square. ; I]

Sapp, visited Mr. and Mr!!. Whidden : and all those present report avery our last writing the weather !Iri ; :.:.I..-
during the week. |i nice time. .
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has been the of
Mr. and ){rl.! Andrew Hilliard vis-1' Mrs. J. D. Hazen, whose home is at warmer and ripening I Pi : .
itcd Marion Reddish and family Sun Sarasota, is visiting relative and strawberries stimulated, yet no heavy i
friends here. All shipments have been made. The move-i i Lumber & Supply Co.
: day. I are glad to eee! Mrs. ments have been follows !IE Quigley
Hazen as : Friday,
Mr. James Wainwright attended the as she was raised near here :
school commencement at Lawtey Fri- j 1 I and 1 has a host of friends to welcomeher 35 bushels; Saturday, 69; Monday, 50; j 1 9r 1GE
back. Tuesday, 85; Wednesday, CO.

day Mr.night..{. D. McCormick and Mrs. J.j i I Mrs. W. E. Pinholster, who has been Monday the prices began to improve Starke Florida !..'iI
end: from $; to gR.25 per crate was '
sick for is 4
several
E. Flatk5 ted at Starke Tuesday. < days much betterat
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paid, the ruling price being $;.50.
this t"'Frel
time.
Mr. E. J. Wainwright is moving
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Tuesday there was a slight drop, the tfJUMlilliUJllllUUMtiUiilill UUliiUll Mnliiiili! tiiJiliiUil Mill\ JikJUiilJlkJUUiUR l lI
'. t I back to his old home here, while )Ir. Dr. W. Middloton: was in Brooker I ; : In
I, g : Whidden, who has been living on the transacting business Monday average price being $7. Wednesdaythere -. ;.
., i Waiv.vright: farm, is getting ready } Master Guy Pinholster and Clyde was again an improvement and I j ------ --- ---..-. }
?7.50 was the ruling price. The im- OF WAR. 1llil1IA::" '
to move back to his former home at Colson, accompanied by Mr. Brown ( NEW SECRETARY
; provcnr-nt was probably caused by a I -
: Tampa. Nipper motored down to Jacksonville
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I I Ms. Jossc Reddish and son, Theop-1 Saturday, returning Sunday r.ight. I heavy frost that hit the Plant City The thirty-day period for which :Major "t2.f"E F'h ties

i I hiluf! visited her mother, Mrs. J. J.j j Mr. and :Mrs. J. M. Crews, Messrs. I!i section berries. there last: Friday and because the : General Hugh L. Scott, chief of I ; : and

im,m" Cbrk, Friday. I G. B. Colson and Claude Crosby were are beginning to deteriorate staff, was designated as secretary of Im.rt
.rr. and :Mrs. J. O. McCormick attended \ in Hampton test Sunday. I I, on account of the protracted war ad interim, will expire March 11. t whestro
the school entertainment at I, Those attending the normal here areas I. fruiting of the vines.( It is believed that Mr. Baker's nomination I

I-awtey Friday night. follows: Misses :Mojlie and Roxie I j Thursday morning was cold and will be sent to the senate before : Chi-ro-prac-tic Specialist Int.

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McCormiek and' Hines, Gertrude Thomas, Myrtie and 1!. windy and icp was seen in places. that time. hart?

Miss:: Dora Clark visited Evergreen Eunice Haze, Mile McLeod, Vera j I Though little damage was done to the Mr. Baker is 44 years old. He was 1 OF JACKSONVILLE FLA.
I :l.orrios, it will yet give them another haveN
Cemetery Sunday afternoon. I Surrency, Bernice Parker, Julia Anderson : born in Martinsburg, W. Va., and at' f
We wish to congratulate. Chas. Maude Shaw, Agnes Wilkinson backsetThis is written Thursday, the age of 25;: was appointed private Will be at the Commercial Hotel. Starke, Florida

Wainwright of this section, on his and Virgie Thomas. Messrs. Per-I and more cold is :yet in prospect. | secretary to Postmaster General Wili MARCH 22 and 23. + afttf

I marriage Miss Ruby Sapp, of Sapp cy and Grady Kelly, Claude An interesting movement phase from of here the is strawberry that- i Fon in President Cleveland's cabinet If you have tried everything else without relief let
,I Station, Sunday. i I! Brinkley Hayes, Roland Anderson, Du- ''In 1897 he began the practice of law I II i;, quit
i 1 MI s. Fisher Gaskins is quite ill at' rant Lamb, Percy McLeod, Alger Tho- Brown & Son make frequent shipments I j' at Martir.sburg. He later moved to CHIROPRACTIC SPINAL ADJUSTMENT remove the Fre

I her home here. She it attended by mas, Harley Hazen, Elisha! Wilkinson, Alberta of and berries Saskatchewan to places in in:Manitoba Northwest I, Cleveland where he became city solicitor cause and make you well. I writs
Dr. J. P. Tomlimon.j' Julian Collins, John Groover. We are in 1902. lie help this office fori SPECIALTIES Y Ychim7att
I t expecting several more soon. Canada. Among other points i ten years until his election as mayor. OUR :

'J00 v 0 00 E00 Miss Ollie, daughter of Mr. Stephen supplied is Medicine Hat, the place :, In 1914 he was r-elected mayor for aI Diseases of the Eyes and Ears F ass:

j' 0 Hague, has been Buffering with ery- where the blizzards originate: j I' two-year term. I Stomach and Bowel Troubles ten

HIGHLAND. siphelas. LECTURE AT THE PRESBYTER. :i Mr. Baker has received degrees at Nervous DerangementsSpinal

0 Mrs. Willard Raborn, who it etaying IAN CHURCH.Rev. Johns Hopkins and Washington and II
K. E ) .s> 'aO J 4 OOt 0R9 with Mrs. W. .}f. Harrell, near here, I Lee universities. I Trouble and

Mr. Ottaway Terry, of Fort 'White, is slowly improving from an opera I 1 Leader in Reform MovementFor j Female Ills. .l

arrived here Friday for a visit of ser- tion. William T. Mitchell, of Hain- years Mr. Baker has been close- CONSULTATION AND ANALYSIS FREE. I optthr
eral weeks with Mr. Ira Butler. Mrs. W. H. Pinholster has been wither h pars, India, lectured at the Presbyterian ly identified with the reform movement

Misses Ethel Ricks and Beth Wim- daughter, Mrs. J. L. Wynn, who church last Monday evening. i i in Cleveland. When Mayor Tom John- Chiropractic removes. the causes the Disease ant

berly and Messn. Ira Butler, Ottoway has! been quite sick for several days. His message was entertaining, edu : son died Mr. Baker took up the fight without the use of Drugs or Operations, and cures cth
Terry and Geo. Wilkinson, Jr., motored A party consisting Dr. A. Ellis cational and inspiring-his knowledge j for lower street car fare, and finally ,
95 cent of all known diseases.
l over to Baldwin Friday evening Russell, Z. 0. Lynn and J. S. Stewart of conditions in India makes him a ] brought about an agreement with the per I b(

I r have just returned from a fishing and speaker of unusual interest he having; street railway franchises! in Cleveland. out

1 Miss Agnes Wilkinson! left Sunday trapping expedition at Wannee. They spent twenty :years in thr.t country.The i: At the time of the Baltimore convention GRADUATENational College of Chiropractic r

for Brooker, where she will attend them caught quite a few fur tearing animals people of Starke are fortunateto Mr. Baker was prominently as
teachers' normal and enjoyed all the fish "llnwd.i have had the opportunity to hear I mentioned for the vice presidency because McCormick Medical College !

r Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Rigby returned I i They report a most enjoyable time him. Ii of the fight he made for Mr. American College of Ophthalmology.EXTRA w9r$9.

home Friday, after a two weeks' wedding I and especially the reality of being Wilson.
I l" Good For Colds. i :
tour spent at different in 'Way Down Upon the Suwannee Ri ?If
points Honey, pine tar and glycerine are Mr. Baker has been known for years
Georgia. I r" recognized cold remedies. In Dr. Bell'sPine as a leader of the Ohio bar, and ishighly ,,
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Mrs. II. C. Wimberly and daughter,, Mr. W. E. Pinholster and family I Tar Honey there are combinedwith j regarded by the president as a

Winifred, accompanied by "Billy' :]I I I motored down to Gainesville last Fri other cough medicines in a pleasant lawyer. Mr. Wilson wanted the place pawl

Wimberly, of Madison, returned Monday day. syrup. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey filled by a lawyer because of the legal
after a week's visit to relatives :i j I Miss Mamie Dyal, who has been in i quickly stops your cough, checks I| questions constantly arising in the ad- W.

at that place. I I)i Tampa for some time, is visiting herI soothes irritation of the throat.yourcold ministration of the war department, EXTRA

Messrs. G. E. Wilkinson, Jr., and I I j 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Dyal, of Excellent for young, adult and aged the Philippines, the Panama canal and m.
W. :M. Wimberly were visitors t o, }I near this place. It's one of the best cough made Porto Rico. I GRAND OPENING ry
syrups
Jacksonville I| Miss Mamie Pinholster the tho
Saturday. spent Formula )lr. Baker is
on every bottle. You know a member cf the Ohio
Miss Annie Hudson weekendth her mother here. I Billie
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arrived home,1 an
just what you are taking and your doc state democratic committee and chairman !
Friday, after spending several': days i in 1 I'!I There was a large crowd to attend tor knows it's good for coughs and of the executive committee of his br.
Jacksonville with relatives and 'the party given at the home of 1I lr. 4
friend colds. Insist a\\
on Dr. Bell's Pine Tar county committee. He has the rec-1 I
Some of our town people who were !and Mrs. R. T. McDavid. CASH DEPARTMENT STOREBRANCH f R
Honey. Only 25c at druggists.! ((2) ord of having run for public office in ,
visitors to Starke Sunday afternoon i''j I We are sorry to learn of the death Cleveland' during fourteen consecutive II th
were Misses Beth Wimberly and Ethel 1' 'of the little two- 'ear-old son of Mr. + + + + + .p + + + + + + + + + + without defeat. i w
years
Ricks and Messrs. Ottaway Terry, Ira !and Mrs. C. F. Litehfield. The inter- I + + r'CLASSIFIED !
Butler, G. E. Wilkinson, Jr., and Max i ment took place at the Bradford cemI :Mr. Baker is understood to have : NO. TWO !:t
Wimberly. I 'etery. ADVERTISING specified when he joined his law firm K'
OPPOSITE DEPOT
:Mr. R. C. Padgett left Saturday for ;I i' :\}r. P. B. Colson delivered his car + + + + + 4' + + + + + + + + + + that he would be free for six months y.

a several days' visit with his parents, i| to a Mr. Dyal, living near Newberry, prior to the next election to work for With a Full Line of Groceries and Feed Supplies.
:Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Padgett.Mr. I Monday. For Sale or ExchangeFOR I President Wilson's reelection.TTTTlllllllllliUI j J.m..

. r. D. Lang was a business vis- I Mrs. Cora Sheffield is spending sometime [ SALE-Piano in good order, $125 I Beginning March 18th we will continue to make Spe- m.k.

itor to Jacksonville Monday. i with the family of fir W. S. j Geo. E. Andreu, Starke. 3-10-5t. +++++ to
Judge W. F. Grand spent Tuesdayand Nabb. ----- ---- + + cial Prices on all Goods for Ten Days.
Wednesday in Jacksonville. FOR SALE-Nice young black marc. + CHURCHES. + Inn

I __ j r'> ? -s", 000600'E". y ;"-. .!> '?> <*.
4,0 + !' i'.v ', !' -' ? '!> ) I <> Cash Department Store, Starke. + BAPTIST-Rev, W.. A. Fert All Goods Plainly Marked. (
,
c> as e PARK. 3-17-tf. + .
tell. Sunday school, 9:45 A. stth

PALESTINE. '?o I 0 FOR SALE-Five acres of--land-, six i I T+ M. Morning service, 11:00; +
:' 0 .00. $ +
room dwelling in good repair barn I + Sunday 6:45 P. M. Visitors + CASH DEPARTMENT
STOREBRANCH
\ l' <$- ? + '!' I Mr. O. E. Rhoden was a visitor to i i '+ cordially invited IJ<
and outhouses, grape vines and fruit j to attend. 4 .
!
Mr. Russell Hodges, who has been Starke Monday.Mr. '
*
trees, all in city limits of Starke, for *
spending few with his D. X. Row was businessis I
a days grandmother a -
I
I sale on terms or cash. D. E. Knight || + CHRISTIAN-W. II. Coleman, + NO. TWO
returned to his home in :Mac- itor to Starke Monday.Mr. .
Starke, Fla. 1=:?:!I-tf. {t + minister. Preaching the first +
clenny Sunday.We : A. Green and son, Eodus, were "
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--- I + and third ROSENBERG F.
Sundays in each + 1.1 CARTER
,
arc sorry to report that :Mrs.G. visiting at Raiford Saturday.Mrs. :SEED PEANUTS FOR SALE-I am \ ,
W. Hurst ;:? veryill.. We hope for Sam Norman is n'rill at offering for immediate acceptance' + month. Forenoon sermon at 11 *g Manager. Manager. Sft
her a rp.Tdy recovery her home here, but we hope for hera and cash with the order X. C, :Flat :,I' + and evening sermon at 7:;0. + I :

:Miss Bessie and Ina Brannen spent speedy recovery.Mrs.II. Vine Peanuts at Eighty-five cents ;, + Church board meeting the first + i i EXTRA EXTRA ftU
per bushel of twenty-five pounds f. ,| + Sunday in each month. Loyal +
Saturday with Misses Rebecca and Andrews, of Raiford, spent !
o. b. Lowell. Fla. II. T. Hall Lowell :i i" Daughters I
the meet every Friday +
Weltha Urannpp.Miss week end at the home of her par- Fla. I
:
M4-tf. j + afternoon at 4 o'clock. ofm
Effi Hurst spent Saturday ents here, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. White !iI Ladies + I
night with Misses Rebecca and Wel Those who attended the FOR SALE-200OOO Klondyke straw- 'i 1 + Aid Society meets the first Friday + : \

tha r.rann-1-!. I ment exercises at the .: \\"commence-I bery( plants, from Thomas nursery + in each month at 3GO: p. m. + - -- ? 11C 1

:Mr. Wil'.i"! Hursey and family spent High School Friday night were stock, at $1."0 Per thousand. Why i 1 + Sunday school every Sundayat + _
I +
Saturday night with: :Mrs. I1urse "s' I es Irene Rhodsn, )Debbie Phillips, )les- send away for plants when you can 10 a. m. Everybody welcome Tat

, parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Brannen. srs. W. N. Parks and 0. J. Phillips.Mr. get them at home at a lower price? j +* these services.EPISCOPALRev.. + fE-- btFJ

Mrs. Lizzie: Ward, of Jacksonville, J. W. Green and brother, Dewey Williams Bros., at the Bu!'shardt + TISON th"J
is spending a few days with her sister were in Lawtey on business Tues- place. 3-17-5t. + A. Osmond 4 R.
Mrs. W. B. Brannen.Mr. + Worthing, priest in charge. + J.
day.Those + + + + + + + + + + +
+ + + + +
and Mrs. B. W. Brannen spent who attended church at Law- Sunday school, 9:30 a m. Morning ,

. Sunday with Mrs. Brannen's mother, tey Monday night were Misses Ola, *+ SEABOARD + prayer and sermon, 11:00 1.1 I I :

Mrs. Addison, of near Raiford.BROOKER. Carrie and Leaty Mathis, Irene Rho- + _TIME TABLE. ++ I + o'clock. Evening prayer and + I ; th
den; Messrs. 0. E. Rhoden, 0. J. Phillips +
+ New time table sermon, 7:00 o'clock. Choir re- + ..a
A 0 0d00009 0 ( 00FA Eodus Green and J. C. Rowe. takes effect + I
+ 12:01 a. + hersal, Saturday, 3:30 P. M. + .
m. Sunday, Jan. 2, 191C. + fab
f Rev. IX L. Phillips visited at Starke + fat
e e Wednesday + Trains will arrive in Starke as + +
i
.f I + follows + METHODIST Rev. CONTRACTOR AND'BUILDERPLANS
; 0 e A large congregation attended the : + I John A. + A
: ? O eEC + + + Hendry, pastor. Sunday schoolat + -
00E AAA sr n 0 cervices at the tent Sunday and after ----:
The picnic a' P.rook'r"as quite a preaching by Rev. D. L. Phillips at 11 + Jacksonville to Tampa + + 9:45: A. M. Morning service + T C
: the No. 1 -----------__11:14 p. m.No. + + 11:00 o'clock
despite fact AND
success that the o'clock, the church went into confer- I ; evening + ESTIMATES.
+ .
'weather was very unfavorable. The ence and listened to Bro. L. Moseley 3 ------------_11:15 a. m. + + service, 7:30 o'clock. Junior +

crowd numbered about 400. The forenoon talk to the ministry. There was services ++ No. 9 (Limited) ---__10:34 a. m.Jacksonville + + Epworth League, Sunday 4:00 + FREE ON APPLICATION

was spent in general, leisure. At Sunday night by Rev. )Iosele)'. + + + P. M. Senior Epworth League, +
the time of 1' o'clock the school bell l Prayer meeting every Sunday night + No. 15 to Cedar Key + + +
sent Ot. i's terry chime and those a t 7 o'clock at the tent. 5:04 p. m. + + .,.
PRESBYTERIAN
+ + H. G. + I
present were soon gathered to dinner.
I ., + Tampa to JacksonvilleNo. + + Dennison, Pastor. Sunday +
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An abundant repast was enjoyed ball 11OJ1'1dntnlO: 'OJ 8md 1111D'V! TRg 81J.
; those present, leaving plenty for} ';)? 'SISP"'ua iq pta3 + 2 ---.--___-___ 4:54 a. m. + + school at 9:45 A.1.. Preaching +
more. In the afternoon the first and I! 'w 'OPlIO.r, ''0:> v iaxana: : T M :SIIPPV + No. 4 ..----_______ C:41 p. m. + + services at regular hours. + STARKE FLORIDA

second nine of this place played very I sat PUB EJViiuap aoj puagam.'q"CItIOmn ojH 611iJ + No. 10 (Limited: )__. 5:54 p. m. + + Morning service at 11 A.1..; + 1
4 asco JCm JGJ Birnop pojpur.ij euo yap, + +
+ Evening service, 7. Visitors +
which all
interesting game present Box 312
6ayy 'W..IJS.i em }o ejocjjna snootim pug
1 showed great enthusiasm about. Candidates pooi sqj uo ,nawip P KJ-ti 51C0 '!nJuool1s + Cedar Key to J"bon"iJle + + cordially invited to worship + ,
here all I } 'B OJ EdOJp 01 wool 60SOt UJuj 6tpula} + No. 14 !9:24 a. m. + + with us. + f --
were from over the j, UJf1:! s| H %d:! atiu om uo) ama I> not} + \ f 1
county, but as; it is so early! in the -njnsuoo /uo em si otO 'opoioj. -03j + + -- -- 1I
I\m season, the campaign did not assume :7 qu>am:3 Juq s.nvn'f lJWrca.1J aq poanpcr.uiia IluonnmSUOJ'e.n3 ++ \ Wanrf"c c' + +++++ .111.I I I .H H.11 111 +..41+ :- ---
.IJjnbil.l ; Vsrosjp' 1 Leaves :-t'i: + -_
the phase of a public speaking. iaojjjauj puc l"CuonnJ a. m. 4 -
-psuoo 'B oq cj t.1J"CJ"C;) 1:03.\0.111 stq 9)1:3IJS + T '! arrives :.45 + I---=-- --
The Brooker Normal school, trd"r ," p. m. !
rxmnoIOJi1
tqtJnJuJ 11 1uauma.I1I'tJOI
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+ Hurry for Details.
: TJJjA "Jr.a1 9cntaj l1u1Jsuoa S T. J. I ,, .\ ent. + \
the supervision of Pref. A. B. Shaw, q ;
pinj 'S35P3HIOJ ; foqiJOFDJiI ; + Passenger (to chauffeur)=
irooj PC'S 9S'CSIPI"CJO + 'Heylyou've Poker Lack. i j|I Tired of It
commenced Monday morning with '
a [ 8 n poounonojil saca.t1BDJ3
large attendance. This promises to -B' aojoiqiunoui saojoop cq cj posoddnsjstj a1tU S"CA + + + + + + + + + + + + + + run over" a man. Aren't you "At the war benefit In London I,I "Let's sit;: c1o, nand have a quiet
. dead oral em mun PUB ',tag3a9a 3 going to stop? Chadeur-"Naw I three queens were present." talk about She "
be the most successful normal ever and sssrosrp jaino ITS utqi rut nw alU You all the war. "Impossible.
get can read all
important national about It in the '
taught in this county. jo uonasi; sun 111 qucjo. woo sj .zattL papers they were good cards to "wen'l I"You mean ?ou haven't time!" "No.I .
.-...... ... state, county news-in the Telegraph Boston Transcript. hand." .. haven't thi patience.. "
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