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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 24, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
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Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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VOLUME 38. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1916. !!UMBER 38.

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HONOR ROLL SUB-SCHOOL DISTRICTS IN BEHALF OF MR. DOWLING.(; r

TERRIFIC FIGHTONMANYFRONTS- I RELIABLE NEWSFIELDISSCARCE ]FLAMES SWEEPTHROUGHHEART I -"f

Bradford County High School for the I' I Pwcnty-one )District Will Soon Hold I t'oter Thinks He 11 as J Made Good; and

Sixth Month. Elections Should be I'elected.To .

INC CONTINUES FROM MEXICAN -II t',

Lower First.-Russell Daniel, Edwin That the people! of Bradford county the Voters of Rjfiford and Law- x'

Gardiner, Owen Griffin, Carl Cul- ire alive to educational matters cane ( tey District:-I want >.> say that there k

breth, Gussie Mae Bennett, Curtis \ :> seen from the many special sub- OF GEORGIA CITY seems to be a pretty warm contest ,

Johns, Frederick Struth, Cora Dyal, !school district elections which will j over[ he two candid:! es for commis

Mary Ella Edwards, Annie Belle Tur- take place shortly. I sioner of the above .;!strict. I have ,

Eva Roberts Canova. March 30th the Zif I heard *fn district that '
ner, Mary On patrons of rumors over !
MAKE VICIOUS AUGUSTA FIRE DEPARTMENT
GERMANS Advanced First-Elizabeth Howe, ,,Ed- TELEGRAPHIC COMMUNICATION school will vote for the establishment ,, Lawtey was entitkdJto the commissioner : r

ATTACK NEAR AVOCOURT na Manning, Clyde Crews, Ruth Par HAS BEEN DESTROYEDVilla I of a sub-school district, and on April UNABLE TO CONTROL BLAZEFire this time; but am in favor of '"t I

ker, Maydell Roberts, Thelma Roberts, 14th the Brooker sub-school district electing S. T. Dbwl !ig as Commissioner t

Bertha Wilson, Joeph Thomas, Willie! will vote for the extension of its boun- again, and wl' give my reasons -
Succeed in Repulsing Attackin Fighting Apparatus of Six South r
French II Probably Joined by Herrera' '
Prevatt. I daries. Sub-school district No. 26 will :

This Sector With Heavy Cas- Second Grade.-Laurie Tomlhfon, Funston Wants More Men for have an election of trustees and mill-: ern Cities Rushed to Aid of First, he was loJi) and raised in I

ulaties to Attacking Force. Francis Colley, Hugh Brownlee, Lois General P'rohin!! age at Thomas school house on March i i Stricken City. Bradford county iri,| is i one of the i

Williams, Fannie Darby, Ruth Pop 30th, and no April 14th the following'' boys. 1 !

pell sub-school districts will vote for three' Second, the e.\ponnce he ha; had '

LONDON, March 22.-Heavy bat Third Grade-Thelma Dyal, Isabelle Anent our punitive expedition to trustees each and determine the a- AUGUSTA, Ga., March 23: -The fire in the past four ycsin-f commissioner \

tles have been in progress northwestand Fernandez, Margaret Livingston, Win- Mexico to capture Villa "dead or mount of millage to be assessed: which last night and early today !swept,1 will undoubtedly ma\*' him a more efficient j

northeast of Verdun, and on the' nifred Mott, Marie Parker, Bessie alive" and annihilate his bandits, the Starke, Providence, Pine Hill, Roberts twenty residence blocks and ten business loss'-, man to fill tpe place for the : f

northern part of the Russian front, Weeks, Alma Sapp, Ruffin ,Edwards, daily papers give the most contrary Palestine, Long Bridge, Little blocks in Augusta, caused a next two years and tu' voters will 1'1'I So

where the Russians are keeping up a Lot Ensey, Gilbert Ortega's, Millard reports. !Head lines such as these Springs, Vanderbilt, Graham, New which is estimated early today at $5'-1.member this is only hh second term. 1

strong offensive against: the Germans. Cooper, Hamilton Ritch, LeRoy Stew- abound: "Clash With Mexican Tiger River, Midway, Boatdrain, Raiford, 000,000, partially covered by Third, as evidencfjof Mr. Dovvling !

In all these zones the losses have been art. Expected in a Few Hours," "U. S. Lake Butler, Lawtey, Bradford, Heil- At 3 o'clock this morning the I making as a good
large, whole the changes in positionhave Fourth Grade.-Willie Agin, Julian and Villa Troops May Have, AlreadyMet bronn. had the flames under control, after a will show that the ; untp is i.i-arer !

been relatively unimportant. Canova, Comer Long, Nellie Mott, Ir- i ," "Funston Set Trap for Villa," On the same day April 14 Johns- hard fight lasting nearly nine hours.It that. out of debt than it ijas when h.? was ]1!

Northeast of Verdun, in the sectorof ma Stilley, Elizabeth Brownlee, Mary "''ilia's Whereabouts Clouded in Mystery. town sub-district will vote on extend-' was estimated early today elected to the board and I want the

Avorcourt, Maiincourt, the Germans Worthing, Richard Worthing, Laura ." Then comes this: "Herreraand ing its boundaries, for trustees and to six hundred homes have been destroyed voters to reason wit!; *ne a littfe. The

after a terrific bombardment, made a Scarborough :2,000 Carranza Soldiens Have determine millago to be assessed.A leaving approximately 3,000 persons county commissioner<< the guardians -

vicious infantry attack, in which liquid I Fifth Grade.-Kate Young, Sarah Revolted and Aligned With Villa," and : homeless. The hotels were opened of the county : ->d we need good

fire was employed, against the Hendry, Annie Moore, Dorothy Edwards last of all this, which has the appearance (;mnECTIO j II to the for homeless them. and other provision -,I and efficient men to tHl, that office.

French front. The French, however, Ethel Griffin, Maud Baisden, of reality: "Funston Has Asked ,i made In my opinion Rafj'{>rd and Lawtey

with their curtain of fire, aided by ma- Margaret Long, Asa Johns, Nelson for More Troops in Mexico." i I The loss is apportioned as follows: district will show ia<}rc well worked

chine guns and infantry, put down the I Green, Thomas Limbaugh,. Funston and Pershing knew beforea Editor Raiford Tribune: 'J Residences $750,000, cotton and ware roads than any otht--: district in the
Dear Sir houses business
: buildings
$1,500,000
attack with heavy casualties to the : Sixth Grade.-Gladys Gardiner Augustus single soldier had crossed the :Mexican county. t
assaulting forces, except in the eas- Long, Paul Canova, Lula Wilson boundary what they were up In your issue of February 24th $1,500,000, contents of business buildings If Mr. Dowling h:< made any mis- .
there reference to Mr. II. C.Rirhard's :
tern part J;>f the Malincourt wood. Ruth French, Nellie Stearns. I against, and President Wilson also appears a 00,000. takes and we elect hit* again and point 1 1i
for clerk cf the 1I
Seventh Grade.-Levy Canova, Marie had the same knowledge, and, therefore candidacy St. Paul's Episcopal church, one of out his mistakes, *: has manhood .

THE STRAWBERRY MOVEMENT Livingston, Annie Lindsey, Alice I I put off the evil] time as long as I Ipo circuit court that does me an injustice. the landmarks of Augusta, was completely enough to overcome } nom in the next

I, Thornton, Maude Manning, Freeman I sihle. The battle ground is a hot,! 1 refer to the following state me !t: destroyed, it being impossibleto : two years: and make;us a better offi
I Ii I "Mr. H. C. Richard called at the
Since our last writing: we have had Register, Inez Moitt, Leone McCall, barren desert, where the only cloud.; estimate the loss. The church was cer. V VOTER.A .
I I i
Tribune Friday while in Raiford on __ __ _._ I. _.
one frost, last Friday morning, which j Louise P.igdon, Angus Worthing, Oma seen are clouds of dust, and Villa and I elected 12.1; ; years ugo.Le:1dinh .
business.; Mr. Richard withdrew from social event ('\ tomorrow that
though mild, damaged exposed bloom Clarke, Louise McCall. his bandits have all sorts of advt: 'n-I Augustans early today began ,
i, Ih for the at the last IK fr affr.iri
? race clerkship premises to a v pleasant
and berries and thus. constituted an- !I Eighth r.radAileen Alvarez, El- tares over the United States troops, | to consider relief methods. The
the understanding that will be dinner Mrs.
election with
: a party given by X=
other of the many set-backs we have va Crews, Jessie Forsyth, Ella May not: the least being their tough de:ert fire swept a path through: the most I i '
ho was to h::\''' the (bid} this: year from S. J. Sternburg: at t.'t<* Rowand Cafe
hr.d this season. The weather has Lone, Edith :Manning, J 1)ris Scott, horse;, which can go without food and exclusive section of the city. The :. ,_
tncumbent. -- ---- -
been windy and the ground i is dryingout Curr Colley. j .'..;.ter for a long time and whose hoofs the prv-c-nt: : people were unable to save the C0:1-1 j j HEX l4l'ITi
11 .!, of l'Olir.-'C, that H nvtki::.7 this.statement
fast, rain being needed: very much. | Ninth Grad.\Horace! Wilson, IbI I are not burned and cracked by the hot tents of the buildings. i Over in BradforJ iounty there is amah did 'lot inland: to deliberately I;
The shipments and prices have been jrl Brown, Kathleen Alvarez, Edna ...:nd. Villa and his men are guerillas you : I' who has 500 acre farm, more or *-

as follows: I I Thomas.PATRONIZE. I I y trade, k".o\v every water hole and I and I! place me i in, will a fahe be willing light, and tol'OIT'l't t. ..- .. ..x ,.. .. ..., ,.. .,. .. .. ;: 4 .. .;,, .... I less, and he is a vvneV0- the egg busi- ; I.4.1!

Friday. 36i; (i bushels; prices 8.30; to i. -. -' -- .-,-.---. --.- every vantage ground and have the I I i!m the sure false you createdby > 0 :I noss. He has!: a larger! nhmber of henson '
I '- !' !' '! '"' !' ! of the few inhabitants of impression LAKE BUTLER. "
$9. friendship: .1 his place, and thii he drives ovet ,
: when to ;
Saturday, OS bushels, S';.30; to $10. I I' the l'ountl'y'hi1 our troop are !li-I i|; I publication, say Richard you the country. and 1 uyV; all he can gst .
: ]
Mr.
in all cantor! that neither .
140 bushels price HOME PEOPLE.? in 1" ; ; i. JN i. .Ji. '; + i .5. ;> !> >- -
Monday, average strange
; e-ally, strangers a coun him'er had hold of. He lives f:rht miles from
one representing I
nor a.y:
$9.50 per bushel. I- try. I I Baraca Entertainment the railroad, and yt he is making a t
with
165 bushels $G.50 to $S.50 Now that our busy season is *' ..r.y such understanding me. Last Friday evening the Baraca
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Tuesday, ; scon as our soldiers had cross big thing; out of tot egg business: :
paid; average price $7. I about at hand it may be expect- I'I's boundary line, telegraphic The office of clerk of the circuit and Sophomore class of the Baptist handicapped as hl'isIIe: is some thirty 9' 1

'. A high wind was blowing all day I cd that we will have a large were destroyed by the court belongs: to the people of the Sunday school, spent a most enjoyable miles from any sort of a market at t
clouds of dust number of itinerant salesmen, county, and if I had known absolutelythat ; time the lake front. After \
stirring on
Wednesday, up Mexicans, and the "news" received all. You will be s'jtrprised to learn .
which penetrated everywhere, and, representing many lies of business I from the troops since then has really I would not be a candidate againI many delightful! games, an elaborate 'that the University*, purchases hundreds ,J

many growers probably gave out car and claiming have thebest I only )been surmises. I would not have entered into any lunch was served, which {vr'.we cu- .( of dozens of cggs from him _.. i
berries to the in fear that ever offered to mortal man. I; compact with any one with a view of late hour the .-
rying depot i General Pershing has over 4,000 ioyed very much. At a monthly. Is there nay good reason ,
the dust might impair their appearance. -. : In dealing with this class it.. troops but h'.! has not enough to spareto I tl'yingto settle who should bo mysuccessor. ; crowd returned to their homes, declaring why some enterpnsijJr; farmer withineasy ;

Neither was the buying very: should be remembered! that we 'I guard the communications and has ; that they hd spent; Mast d'light- I driving distance';y the University
brisk. The amount of bushels shipped have men here engaged in almost I W. T. WEEKS.IlKLKMITri'L 4i
'i asked for mere. The "trap" said to ful evening. is not'meeting the ci iand instead of ,
77 and the price was $ away was every have been set for Villa probably means allowing it to be sits>lied by a man tt
$8. An express car had leenleft on Ii. every necessity cm: be: purchascd .- I ;! ring! oT soldiers surrounding. : EYEXT COMING. 140 miles away-ah; ( "sville Sun.

the side track into which the terries: flour these home people who i :'nd the men at Gen. Pershing's lair'l i I Tacky Party. \\L i.
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A the! -
were loaded. I. stay here year in and :year out, I' po1'al0.11.1 not be sufficiet for that I IJIUI :Mis\ : Lucile F!'.('r.an. v.-ho will give home tacky of Mr.!party and Mrs.was given W.1..at Over- j TA II'-\- In thft United! Mate: .a }
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Duringthe week the following helping us to pay lavs and to pO'I'. Bat if it is true that Gen; I| hrr graduation recital l in Tallahassee | court in Tampa hk week! the $7.:A;< 1 t
!last
strawberry buyers have arrived: E. H, !, LuiU up and develop our own I I IJorrerva has thrown himself with his I II j i March 23th; has very kindly coi>entedto street crowd on attended Saturday and ewni:1glarJ.'e the : A i bond of R. M. P"rk,"r, former as.sis- if ,

Kingman:of Boston; James York, of town and community. I 12,000 troops en'illa's side: matters r"I.C1t it in Starke for the benefit eveningwas j taut postmaster! at r'arpon Springs: .t. -< '.
After
York & Whitney Co.. Boston and S,. I. If you want merchandW you I will Ie'Ol' (' complicated. The latestI of the Ladies' Musicale..shonly: after thoroughly enjoyed. !many was estreated. Parker was charged _) ,
J. Lippman, of New York. Mr. Lipp- I have large number of well stocked her re'.jrn home1.Mis delightful tacky games were: indulgedin :
'I j I news at this writing is as follows: refreshments served. Aftera of robbing the mats; of $7 and his !4
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man is a son of Jacob Lippman, well I stores, owned by reliable men, i I SAX ANTONIO, Mar. 2'.-UI1'fli-1 !i Fr-cn'an is a very talented were whereabouts is now !Unknown.: "' .

known here. The latter i.; expectedto i, to select from; if you want livestock ( hil reports from 5e\'cr.1! sources, said f I ..Id dramatic reader: s: d the !people of long ceremony it was decided that I ': .. 1 "

arrive :Monday. I you can buy from a homes I to he reliable, reached here tonight; I II Staike. her hcmo town, will very much Miss I Ruth Page was the tackiest girl ary, and why? v.j 4 i. <

Bank of Starke, by means of it firm who are thoroughly expcrienvd i ::ayin.7: thai General Luis Herrera, I I npprecite the opportunity of hearing ard :.Mr. Schell Carver the tackiest I Bits of news from t;'me field:. i
for which .
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bulletin board kerps the growers. i and reliable; of you want 1 (.commanding two thousand troops her in "The Mountain: Girl," a Romance boy they received! prizes.At I Ilission study, 1a' 10;= part 3- .1 ,

posted en strawberry prices in the 211 automobile there are threeagencies i i t.f the Carrcnza garrison at Chihuahua I I II I of the Blue: Ridge by PayreEr.kine. ten o'clock all! Lade the hostcAS Ellsworth Harper.I iJ' 1, '. ;

northern mark ts, and this circumstance -I' : right here in Stare! and .. I i'1 :1IJ] revolted a::d aligned himself with I II I I good ni';-ht, ;.9surfng her that they I Jourrey through Fyi leilI1s-Iatltl I

naturally tends to better prices -. they all handle! high class cars; I Villa.! :Miss\ Freeman: wi'I hp .ssi.iteJ I b> had spent n r.1't enjoyable evening Hunter.) I ; l

hers. Thi valuable service of if you have decided that you .- -- -,---- Mrs. U. G. Turner, soloist, of Gainesville ; "- i BIir.er.s section. :4.1i t

the bank is much appreciated by the' v.-itnt to protect your family with '. ;! BRADLEY 1 BUYS A "'.\101.i Miss Rul y Gcrrto; pianist; e-f t'hrhtian Church. i, Benediction. :l I Z

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agencies here 11. r. : i I i I vic.linij't, 01" St.irke.; lead of Iowa preacher who ,
WILL LE.\VI-: MONDAY.Mrs. ( : !moved to Starke from Palmetto, lias; tcr. : an on a h': 1 f :
I reflects the. Mutual Life, of 1 'bought the farm: situated jn-t north I| Further anounceiwr.t will [lo n madei recent Sunday attended r..vl) stroke' at..i I, The pastor '>f U,?| I.aks Cutler
I I Ncr \ok\ a: d' J. Il.! Davi(; & Co., <.f L. U. :Morgan's place in the Temples:; :: i : the! T'i ;;rafJh next wee':. wen chinches, i including: a ved.ii'c: charge hold s;>rvioe:- jjt Worthington J -
Strong, her d.vjjiihier, Mrs, the New Yoik Lifn. i ----.--- -- tad :funeral. Rev Cole-na-tV last
rop-eseats Mil: : IOl'alitIr. : Bradley'! intends! to a Springs luot Fun>!2ajnd| ; Satuday I i
Sheldon, and grand' d:1Urhterlis; : : i .vv'o of the oldest! and lest! life tryout Ilradfoul: county; farming and i I I U'iGOIIE!! ATHLETIC CLUB.The Sunday at Raiford was just about :;s night before Much J-jterest; is Iriirg: .

Xorena Sheldon, will leave Mondayfor : insurance companies in the world. streniiot'.s. Besides: driving theivfroiM .
: travvb-M-ry growing. up niaifcFtecI and! the ,vojk forwardprosperously.
their home. Oil City P.i. : An.lo:: we might go through I; __.-_ -.:. -... I Lake Butler on Sunday morning goes 1
Brcoker Athletic! Club met andorganised Prett:! carpeting has i
,
Besides pleasant sojourn in Starke the hole catalog of trade and h.3 drives \ home
a : LITTLE MISS UTILE MITCHELL'S; lack after the nitrhtservice.
i ii been laid, which a-Id theappearance -
Monday night, the 1 th. II. greatly to
the ladies hl'.e"hite.l all the noints: investment.'cu get what This I
can iilRlHDAY PARTY.Mr. ( resulted in the development !.
i i T_.. Crosby, chairman protein, called of the interior. of the .i
of interest on the East Coast and ad.'i' you want and need right at home I I. of cold and some other troubleson church. {
the to arM Two
meeting
: new members -
miredFlagler's sea-going railway, .. from home people and the home and )1." :. J. M. Mitchell's little I: were added, making! a total oftwentytwo. Wednesday, so that on the advice I I\ All are heartily iriited t and strangers i : m
While stopping over at Key West'! people are the one who help to of the doctor he did not fill his appointment -
;, daughter, Lucile celebrated her sixth ] With an unanimous vote are extended a cordial invitation
Miss Sheldon made a short trip to' the of running our at Staike last lIe tI
pay expenses Sunday
'i'f i last to worship with .
birthday on Wednesday after- : honorary certificates cf membership us.
Cuba. They< also visited St. Peters: town and county government to six spent a restful day at home and '1s I I Services will be head J in Lake jo
noon, from four o'clock, at the I were granted to several of the ladies. Butler -
burg. Yet, after having seen all ofFlorida's help to pay for our public improvements now improving.Last 1.
.. I j home of her parents on West :Madison The constitution and by-laws, which next Sunday. ':
show the ladies
ph.ces agree! II and help to pafor: I.
I Sunday evening's meeting of
street.A read -
had been carefuly prepared, were
that Starke is best of all.
running_ our schools.! ., the Y. P. S. C. E. is
; I large crowd of little folks gath- and adopted. i' worthy of special Baptist Cloirch.
When have to spendgive -
you money ered to enjoy the happy occasion and After through organization the 1 mention. The topic was espec-
UONT FORGET TO REGISTER. .. the home the first shot. I society Rev. S. S. Proctor went over to
man
brought the small hostess lo'elyI elected the following officers- ially a devotional one and was well
; If he fails to give you a fair deal ; i many I Baldwin \Est Saturday and preached t
birthday presents. The children had H, B. Sheetz H. L. handled, when we consider that mosto
Crosby
manager, for the Baldwin church
i t Sunday morning
Persons in the several districts of it will then be time to look I
the i .. outsiders. up .;- j I a merry time playing games until thei chairman, M. E. Cone, vice chairman, fthe members are new at the work' and evening, aril reports great .

county have not who yet are done entitled so should to registerand attendto (' <:> i invitation was given to go into the : Truby B. Pinholster, secretary andtreasurer and also the mission work was splen!I I crowds. The congregation Sunday Cif;

.' ,. ,., dining room. The table was beautifully T. J. Collins, club reporter. did. Recently Miss Coffin and Mrs. night was thought t:) be the largest
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the matter at once. The registrationbooks !' !' ; !' !' '!' 'I
i arranged: with choice linen, sil- :Manager H. B. Sheetz appointed a Coleman graded this society by the that had ever met for religious ser'y R
will be called in from the dis- '
ver and cut flowers, and the small committee of national efficiency standard chart and I ?
| social consisting two vices.
he
From Baldwin went to
trict registration officers on April 4th. J. M. Futch, of Raiford, was in ove1
there
three I
are only societies in |
After people enjoyed a dainty course of of the honorary members, and two of the Jacksonville to visit: his daughter,
this date it will be to town Thursday.
necessary I cream and cake served by Mrs. Mitch the charter members. After all other state that standh higher than the Mrs. T. D. Proctor, why: ; is ill at her 1 3M '
come to the site .
to register.The
county 1 ell, who was assisted by Mesdames G. business was brought before the body Lake Butler Y. P. S. C. E. ( home. I

Another books matter will be of closed importance on May is 1st.the BROUGHT N. F. Chase HOME son of LIVE A. L.RATTLER Chase C. Livingston, Sarah L. Hamrick andJ. and given consideration, the society Rev. ColemaiTwilffill his regular appointment jl.1 Mr. Proctor has recently been called r
,
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a P. Tomlinson. adjourned to meet two weeks from this in Lake Butler next SundaY; for half time to the care of the
payment of
poll taxes. Only persons few days ago came across a rattlesnake | The fortunate guests were Thomas date. i i preaching in the Baptist church at Baptist church at Callahan and will
who have I I t
their for the
paid tax the
poll near Taylor place northwestof i
years 1914 I Oliver, .Harriett Ritch, Carlyle Ritch, the usual hours, and as a meeting of ,.. probably accept. Callahan is a splendid -
entitledto
will be
and 1915 Starke. Young Chase is not trou- Charlie l:1rks'irginia Weeks, MaryCanova The Starke Bottling Works is putting I| the kdies of the church is to be held town and the people have

the vote. This tax must be paid priorto bled with "nerves," and the snake being Owen Griffin, Allan Long, in a cooling coil apparatus for !:j for a few minutes at the close of the I I a nice building with Baptist: quite a large ,

second" Saturday in May a fine specimen, he decided to :Mary Ella Awards: Billy Edwards, precooling the drinks manufactured'1 forenoon service it is important that membership. -.

DEATH- OF J. W. HULL.- bring it home alive. He made a con- Laurie Tomlinson, Charles Lucian before being carbonated. The chill there be a full attendance. -- +f 3dir. w

trivance out of a forked stick and a Kickliter Isla Poppell James Wil- thus given: enables the liquids to receive i .
The friends of of and the snake J. E. Harper 6f. this city, has : .
many J. W. Hull I string caught around liam Brownlee, Annie Belle Turner, more carbonic acid, which greatly .".
El Paso, Texas, will regret to learn of I the neck, then stuffed it into a gunnysack i Ruth Sternberg, Sam Sternberj, Hattie I improves their flavor. | C. E. Program. accepted a position with the Gold Eagle i ,_
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his death For Sunday, March 26, 5:45 p. m., Grocery Company, of Gainesville. .t
which took place at his slung the sack across his shoul- Rae Weeks George Johns Flor- ,
home on March 11th. Owing to non I der and went home. He then tried to i ence Andrews Elizabeth Andrews, F. '. at Baptist church. Mr. and Mrs. W. C.rWolverton: who I
arrival of :. Dr. E. Smith, the chiropractic Subject, Great Home Missionaries.Text has been visiting s eral points in
particulars from El Paso in make a good snake out of the rattler
Leila Andrews Davis
Russell will
I I Ruby physician, be found at the Com- luke '
time. a more extended notice its but 10:1-20: Marion Richard. South Florida, are stopping over a .
by extracting fangs lacking
obituary I
Daniel, Eugene Matthews, Elice Jones, mercial Hotel for a few days. See his c r
cannot. be given now, but it will apPear up-to-date instruments, his denistrywas Lester Price Robinson, Louise Peek, ad in another column.J. Song. few days with their niece and nephew, #
Bible lesson read all.
in by Mr. and Mrs. J. F. D rett. Mr. and
our
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next. not a "perfect success, as our esteemed John Boothe, Louise Stewart, Francis ,
i Season of prayer. Mrs. Wolverton are or their return to L} .
it. '
contemporary has i Colley, Lois Colley, Margaret Living- F. Buffkin the W.
representing
Owing Short talk Home MissionariesRev.
on their home in Linden.
to Michigan.
a deluge of in
work this .The snake feet 3 inches
5
measures
ston Katherine
Waters, Morrell Jones C. Lipscomb line of refrigerator boxes '
officI Coleman.
churc well '
: The attended
several Baptist
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articles in prose and and has 14 rattles. It is kept in a cage I Mesdames G. C. L.
Livingston, Sarah is here for the
rhyme have been strawberry season. Short talks, Philip and Peter-Hubert last Sunday, both moraine and
crowded out this ?t its captor's home, just west of theHeiberjrer Hamrick J. P. Tomlinson :
and
week, but will in next. I J. W.j I Mr. Lipscomb will arrive in a few(I I Bennett and Miss Fogg. evening. There were three addition:;
appear our
place. Andrews Jr. '
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j I, days. Round table-My favorite mission- l to the church, and fou,{.were baptized.

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. .
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;.. I IITTLi: MISS I.1'/! !:L ADKIXSJJIRTHDAY TAKING PERUNA
': imOOKLYN !IS BOOMI; (; EVER SALIVATED BY PARTY. Cfi ;

1. CALOMEL? HORRIBLE! ,

i 1 Mr. and M: Jo.-eph Dolt, i'' :' 1 mybovcls a r70
.-.. t'ne l;;th, lit- can say
-1' I\ lyn, were ii: Starke )!lu; dlY.: .; :.i' Satuniay r.fitToo.; :
Lent! rercmd thirds! ; I .(;.ml-:: Colds Calomel: is Quicksilver and Acts tl-' Miss UaJkin"! d.rjsrntrr ofMr. :
..', atl: MrA.. Z. Adk.ncele: >.-.ted much rk7trc -
burg The Salvation! Army: Like Dynamite On ; are
I,; !i. -i\' l1 a ;.
pry
\ have rece'i'ly: houghtiOUo: .. Kr "it.r'ld birthday y ;: ,
should: be in (hebad"
"nipped small! of h.: a-1.
I land in that locul'ty! i'l 1 ar: l, Your Liver. I.I the ptopie

i on ttevflopnw"nt plan ; on a :.Ire -" for ii allowed to run T1.-! :.' y hootre'tied a n-'mbr: :' regular.Mv "

I: is the purpose "f i.ne-e on"-;: i.*: unchecked, serious results cf dainty! presents, a'.d, a.-jisted! l-j.
t : follow. Numerouscases i :i h :.i-cs a fay: You know '
build a fl:," heath: :.::d I pL_ : may you her mother entertained her gu ton zwr-
Fort Lr.d! !hirjf? :.ui- wl i!! I b'developing <. of consun ticn. pneumonia i />.':.ei i>. I its mercury; quirk-: th lawn, where the small people exchanged heart is
i aiomel It
: their holding! ::. ThN; I' i!. end: ether fatal diseases -M' i jhncerou.3. I !smiles and a limited amount *
i >h> !r to sour Ue! like dynamite t
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addition tu their project for iiioiii": can be traced back to cf conversation.; Mr. Hoove.anlvec L

a home for the friendly.! '. t.. nfnallydesigned a cold. At the first sign of a i craitipii! .' and sicktm.tou.; : Calomel : o-i the !:t'?r.('. and after arranging! the .
s.ttaektlK I\pr.c? ar.d should: never be .' ranger.My .
t : for giving released prisoner.a cold, protect yourself by little folks in a group rhotograpr.oitheir : V
m'u r
new start in life. thoroughly; cleansing your pUt your feel system.When : : : smiling;} faces 4, e j
you biliousluggih, co.ifctinaied -
: Besides the work of the Salvation system with a few doses of I ard all knocked out and believe The color! motif for the dining rjjriLt.J appetite IS l \

r Army people two Northern capitalist you need a dose! of dangerous tt;.- \\! ; and pink, which was carriedout .,.
t are starting stock farms, and othersare WORD'S' calomel just remember\ that: your druggist in every detail: of the table arr.wgi'r.wlt. _-4

C'n aJingmorC' extensively in the sell.for 30: cents a large bottleof I In the center of the table uich better. !

peach culture, about oO,000 trees haying Dodson'a Liver Tone, which is en- I was placed a cut glass! bowl filled with :

peen set out this s-eason. BLACKDOAOCHT I II tirely vegetable and pleasant! to take i white spirea and amongthe flowers

BANK STATEMENT.K.p --------. and ia; perfect substitute for calomel.It were placed pink candles. The beautiful Aiv:' throat is t

>it of the con.i'ton: of the HradfordO.u'.ty .is, guaranteed to start your liver I birthday cake, on which burned .
Hank.: Starke, in the State of Fhrda.at without inside and I two pink candles, was placed before
stirring ,
the close of business March 7th, i91R. you up
I Resource I can not salivate. little Miss! Hazle, who performed the much better.
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Slft
: Loans on real estate 00"tl'.e. Don't take calomel! It makes you ceremony of cutting the cake. As fav i. ,
collateral
i Ixau.than en real estate ..b rcu.-__n_ > -.__ _._10.SWHAll : ( sick the next day; it loses you a day's ors. tiny pink baskets, containing pink Mrs. William H. Kinchli-re! 20 Myrtle
: other loans and discounts ..--4t.941.SOveidrafta ( "J the old reliable, vegetableliver work. Dod"on's Liver Tone straightens and white candy: hearts were placedfor writes : "I have taken four bottles of Peruna and I can say that
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.: I State county- T municipal i ; Ix'nd.2.0: >10.00; powder.Mr. you right up and you feel reat.1 each guest. Ice cream, cake and i it has done me a great deal of good for cauph of the head andt.o..t

I'.ankmi:; __; _,house._ nn furnitun-_-_ _,_ and_ ___fturr _\\;"2'ii.ij-I: : Chas. A. Ragland, o- Give it to the children I Xunr.all.vV candies were served. I recommend Peruna to all sufferers with catarrh. I dorA
.;\ Madison Va. it perfectly harmless and does not The invited were Elowise I' I the
guests
,: Other n'al estate n.h.n.'" Heights, says: think ever felt much better. am really surprised at

I C'.aimand: Scrip other, 1'urc,__ _,__BradfordCounty ____:31.W.57: "I have been using Thed- gripe. ((10-!I1- ) Rtch, Etholin White, Annie Long, t-rork I can do. I do not think too much praise can be said for

f'' I Due from inconiorated- l banks _______ _I1.<.l! ,5. ford's Black-Uraught for I Alice Fernandez Caroline Waters, An- .,
i. changes tar cUarin :Itlt'O 4 CHIEF KITE IX TROUBLE Peruna. j
I : 0-lifr Ch.-l.s cash and a items\ .____ ______ -- "-6-:!rtCa stomach troubles, indigestion I nie Laurie :Massey, Junior McDonald, who object to fluid medicines can.now procure Peruna
t'. i I "h on hand _____n.__ .______n____ 6.011.3o: and colds and find it te 1I0wmlIinef.! : :Milton I'rownlee. Jr., T Those s

I T.lal _____ ________ -- u____ IIU: .19 be the very best medicine 1 Our chief of (police has troubles of I Merrill Futch. William Edwards, Wil- .1lPlc ----- -
F' t !I I.iabilitm.id IiN own.. Win-net a pafnjrr train liam II. Graham; Jr., Richard Wainright. -
used. It makes old
I c.IIl).1'a! sic'... '. in .- _h____ __ '-.-'.OliO.0"I ever at steps! at the depot he ii ithen1 to nab Ben Sternberg, :Mary Angie ,
I fund __ .n 0.001'r.dnirttd man feel like a young one. I
I Surplus ---
'I" Elizabeth
I Jacksonville Stella
and what fakers and hoboes may alight. Barbour,
tltsrt'.I1'**
profits Insist Thedford's the
t 1 tares i.ai.1 .--. 5.,1'r .-iInditidJal on Then the council pa.! ed an ordinance ;: Barrett Green Cove, James C. Adkinc.Ciunesvillo r
chi-ck_!9'i-:: -<.3S original and genuine. E-67
deaniti. subject to requiring all trains c-ro.-sing Call Dan Turner. Gainesville.;
:<6.n4
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certificates of diix' M'
I Time a
f 3 l,l : rertifieil checks S7.,0If street to be preceded by a man to' Martha Randall, Louis' H. Hill Jr..
I !' rashie/s checks uut..:andint _.uoo i40.67Saunui warn citizens off (the track. The trains' W. II. Edwards. Jr.. and Henry TalbyGcodwin. :
I .63.034.Tt* ;
:i tleiosit| must t now slow up .sufficient! to allow of Lawtey. ...J

If I I Total .-!!:>10.4.:>7.Ut the "tallow-pot" or the head shack to':' yt\

i 5tate I. J.of H.Florida Ritch. county Cashier of nf Rrad6 the above.rd. ss named: + + + + + 01' + + + + + r + + + + get off and run ahead of the trains ,I A GOOD; FAMILY COFGII SYRIT. i

. 1 i tank lo Mllt.mn5Wl'ftr that the above state- + + and tho-e who wUh to steal a ride I Can be made by mixing Pine-Tar "

I .. n"rot.is true to the l..:-t of my know Mire andbelief. : CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING hate an opportunity to get on the I Aconite, Sugar, Hyoscyamus, Sassa- i

r' J. H. RITCH. trains._ From the depot Mr. Kite( can I I fras, Peppermint, Ipecac, Rhubarb,
.
)! Cashier.Subcribttl + + + + + 01' + + 40i + + + + + + + see them get on the rains, but heran't :Mandrake, Capsicum, :Muriate Ammonia -
t j: day; cf: March! and ll1lii.worn to Ixfore me this :1stI' tell who they are, neither can ] Hoffey and Glycerine. It ih pleasant -

R..1. WEEK i i For Sale or ExchangeFOR he nab them when the trains come UI). j healing and soothing, raises thephlegm.
; t : I /5eai! Notary Public. for they get off before they !..top.The and gives; almost instant re- Delicious Drinks :
1. CommLiMon evpirts Dtcember 11. 1411. SALE-Piano in good order. S12oUeo. |
CORRECT ATTEST: ; chief cannot be in two places at once, !lief.i For convenience of tho e who
I. L I K. Andreu, Starke.lUjt..
I i \ : X. T. HITCH ------- --- --_. and ail he can do i ito !shake hU fi.t j pirfei not to fuss, it is supplied ready

t t. j t I O.\\..1 T.. (.wEEKs(jirriN". Dir.-ct."-, FOR SALE-Chufatod.. $'! i Ier I.u-! at the offenders.. !Such: i' life-just ;, lI' iP in l!:;c. bottles u:: dr name cf Our pure ice cream and real fruit flavors

I \ : : I (.1 l; velvet bean, SJ: per l.a.srel. Jo>- one blamed thing after another. !nl'. !:Ml'i fine-Tar-Ilon"i. Cap'!i.r "

I I' + + + + + + + + + + t + + + + rphun roil, Bro"k1vFlat.. ::-:!1-.t::: ____ -__ _n __ __ : :(1 l it4 your druggi.-t. Insi-t on: gctg make the refreshments that y6u get at our 4

" \ + LEG .\ L NOTICES of --- ----- - -- Now is the time to get your -traw- : ;!' I II):-. Bell's: Pi.-Tar-Il\l I'and fountain food.
-\I.I-\it: : [' young !black nuro.Will ; really nourishing And we ,
+ + + + + + + + + + Ifo + + + + + berry ticket.We print: tur.i! for :'x I ('t' 'hut the formula >> i><\ ifa packtff .
heold eh
:ap. Sam eo\'h:!'? on short notice. loodto. ..2'-'. (Ia: ) to keep our serving dishes and
try
i CUfNTV TIE\:,l'EF.R'S KEPOKT. rash Drpartniej't Store, Starkc. I receptacles :
f T.. IS-) H.io'iralilf! ih and of (','uni)' <".>:r>ni." :;.17-f. --- --
('onei>f ISradi'inl f.>only. HaI. : .. as clean and \wholesome! the besthousewife ,
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tl'e! 'undirMciid 11'1"-10" r. | lid ounliit \ T -
1 have to submit the fi.llowinu. r"I' ,.1.rcr' iT.GER! Y i'I.1 Tti--Arkarsal- '., : -,,'!.;-'\ \ ff in this town keeps her kitchen. .
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the! month enlinj l-tlirua'i -'.'. l:"", on ac- nursery pro.vn Illor.dyk" ti"awll'rry \.,. : ," "' !. l.f.IlIORI: gJ
.
rount Can rAI ?chol Fund. .j' '_' \
I ___ Ilar.t.for ?l._:: I\ )". I't., ; :
Fib. 1. to bal i.n.rrf; : > per 1'l'QI'pt 1.-: : .
.; : ,
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Fib 7. to ant Uirrocd lira-KoH .ihip.ner.t f. b. Ark. r I t
I o. tisa. Order ., .
In Here ;
County Hank .4.Ili ".no f : ; ; & Stop ,1
I' Fib F. to amt un'Ned W. V. Knott. frrm J. \V. :Staf. Waldo. Fla.JJJt:; f ;..: ...:. ; ,<.fl t" ; \
stfcoo fund into -.-. 1.:!:\,;, lI) -- ------ -- -I f"J. 't"

!It t Total ._ __ f.Kl'.y FOR SALE-Five acres of land six ; < ,i\' .li1gikMLEAy; and thirst-quencher thai. rake tC
l\ i Ttb. 21'. 4yamt i al-.I-i out-i ---- --- ">. 1I.',: room dwelling in good repair barn \\ !' get a ; a pail
i end outhouse, vines and fruit !X A9! <, ,!
1'I'I!: I.. Mch! I, to lal __-_-- -- .- .. :."> trees, all in city grape limits} of Sta:k-, fcr ? >, hi'; DIFFERENT CROPS REQUIRE of cream or sherbet home to the family.Mitchell's .
rv. IU7.KX.Trea
J I I I -,.--..-. alc on term: cr cash. D. E. Knight '.. t' ,. DIFFERENT KINDS OF
i! II - Starke, Fla. -:'1-.f. 111 FERTILIZERS
I! COI'NH TRKASrilER'S REPORT. ---. -, ( rl ;;
I : To the Honorable: Ruard <-f County C'in"ii SEE!II) PEANUTS FOR SALE-I am .t. While the basic elements are the same tlC Drug Store
j k'onirs: of Kraiifnrd ("iunt)', Kla. : )
I! offering for immediate acceptance > amounts of the ingredients
I. the undirsiifn l Trva-surer of >a''! fir": 3 vary
IH-JT 1t'8'to submit the follow ins re-fit fn-- and cash with the order X. C. Flat .
., the month inchJanuary ::1. 191';, on n?- Vine Peanuts at Eighty-five cents ,tr f FAVORITE FERTILIZERS ARE

: count General Sch.H>l Fund. per bushel of \\cr.tv-fivc pourds f. t\ '.1 MADE TO MEET THESECONDITIONS. Starke %: Florida
I Jan. 1. to Pal .. --- -- _' ,::IO.1: ,
|. Jan. 1, to rn>r in redi-mptio nJune o. b. Lowell. Fla. II. T. Hall I/w
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1913: --- n -- hh 1.M: ell. Fla. 1-14-tf.
I, ', i I Jan. 1. to error in V.-triliutmir! T & Each sack is marked to show the i import .
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J r> lax L''11 h -----00 -J.Ta: FOR) .\LE-_ OUOO Klondike straw"iy 11
IK*, fi, to amt need\ of County Ju.Ur elements.
''i, i hunting lictns ___._Uh________ ;*.-..-. !b plants, from Thomas r.i.-<. '-y r
I .Ian 4. do IS.T3Jan. cock, at SI.'lit : tl.Vhy Special Formulas f fsi AU Florida Crops! '
r ------------ --- ---- per : ;:
!! 1. to amt n-cil W.: \'. K-olt ;.-
t' f) tinuir.' lull: -__ _______ __ _. 5. I j 'iia. 4. to do. Sept. 151': __ -.-- -- ''. .2 p:<'t thorn at home :.t a lower p..j u "' I' i

I Jan.CbLnty 4. to Hank amt borroutd,_no __of___Bradford___ -:S.fiBJ.7Jzn. : Williams I'ro.-: .t :t.l' liussharutplace. ,t CHEMICALS, I

I '? 4, to amt li.rm.Mil of Urn IforiiCounty ::-17-'it., INSECTICIDES. Have funds at all times s''
Hank __ -------------------1. mnaJan. employed
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l-al i.rvcpt to amt 41.reed It.1t! of tat 1!. M.-- II".".liDo.c. :::'.;.l0 TuMATO: !TS-H'dfidd lU-aiu ? mmENi; [ [ mm E wn' i -.they need not bo Cvcn; temporarily .1
JAn. :3. t.> amt reed. of 1:. M. IJ.,"linlt (;lobe, and June Pink, also pepper
I
t r. n'CI.t 45: -____ __ __ . 5C.1n plants, $'J p3r l.rtOli. Cabhajre. onion -
Jan. 4. to net r,Til K. (:. Schtll R. !.. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. idle. -
Turner nfundul __________oou___ 11..Vl: and beet plants f'P<'I' l.COO I
.1 and $:!.'!."> per 1,000) for egg plant.. L ._ -- .

Jjta.Total:31.-by unit lout out -----f .9h0.7:1; Plants are now ready. J.V.. St.if. Invest In Time Certificatesissued
Waldo, rIa.'t.:; : .
I'll. 1. t-> I'al' __-_________--_--_____t.sn.36: -. -- .Mri sa..a+..tr r f ;;r.1i'k =t.C''r"' \

j C.. \V. H UEX.Trea ,ur T. 1 Syrup from the Matthewfarm! i is '):l Q ffir.!'!."," ,.\i Il ; ".I" by the Bank of Starke. Let the wages 1 1of

____- role at'A.. :M. Dai, by V. If it i,: not If' V' i'1 4.t .
I :NOTICE i satisfactory return i it and! get your industrious dollars! add constantly! to their ;
\Ve will Uat the follow ins named i.a4n ?t- ,
the dates hen in m< rtion>-d for the pur>Kfco.f tr.oney. ;t. .- --=
; ... --- ""'- owners income. :i
1 < a- "ino: and cul'iciintc taxes: 1 ,--:: ---: ---- "/
Ra'for.1. Ti.i.>.!a>.. March Jl. (.u'If..-d. IVidriw'ay. \KKP MVK SKIN\ Ht\I.Tnr-- I. I '
I !! Marrli: ."- a. m. Thomas Sch.- -Im.j-- Thnrf i is or.hO"t' tr have 11""h 1f0i.iIH \
I t Wedn".I March :JJ p r.>. 1'nindinc Tnur-- way a / We pay 4 per cent interest and issue certificates that 3?'
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t.iy. March L't. Hlai- 1'riav.March! JJ a. m. i c'ear! healthy complexion\ a>'d l th! : '.- -' iJ' k i'i,
I. 1'ukrs. Frinav.; March :;. |>. in. Lake Hut:. r, : to keep the bowel! : active and! retru!.'r. ;:;F'; <1 .; ; ". ) I '
I Saturday. March5.;. until .! I'. m. There.,a. ''+-;; ,yw y"'I. t I mature in three months or a year. xr.t
!III'. Kirjr's New Life Pills will mak b A A.j.
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Monday. March J?. a. m. Ham| >!arh :.";, p. m. I"l ,i"ttTuesday.. March _". your: ccirplexion healthy and clear. 1'I\ I Q
I Krooker.etlne! March,.!,:30.x. ,).. March _:'. a. m. K. sur.Tnunrtay. I mot hI. bowels gently stimulate ihr f$, ; 1t 7// "t.t.. I New accounts are cordially invited. ::

I D. \ixwr.ir.HT., Taxs,.,"'.or liver, cleanse the system and purifythe : \ j
I 1:. :'1. IMUXLINC. Tax Collectoi. Mud. ..J
A splendid! spring meuicin .. ,
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I' ":-11'. :,t your !On'eui.st. (t'f lJ. : -- J'''
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Now is the time to gel your straw- : BANK of
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j terry tickets. We print them for you C j --
tn short notice.

I i I II S. GRINERPEOPLE'S
I I You get all the important iiational,
!

\ stat, county news in the Telegraph.-- Are You Wasting The Price L IlL STARKE, FL&

I

CANDIDATEFOR Of a Titan Engine? :



.1 : 4 Yti3 TITAN engines run on kerosene. .'b Fa- "


II'I STATE TREASURERSubject Average cost of gasoline so far this year, r B. Z. MATTHEWS! i

I'' to the decision of the primary. 16.9 cents per gallon.

respectfully solicits the support of the Artesian Well Driller J
t Average cost of kerosene 7.7 cents per gallon.
; 1 1j voters of the State. He is a native of

Florida, the son of a Confederate veteran Gasoline costs over toO per cent more than kero I Have Had Twenty-Four Years i
sene. Gasoline is
j, and an unswerving Democrat going up steadily. Kerosene is not.

I".1 lever asked for office until a few years At present fuel prices Titan engines, using kero- Experience In Well Drilling ,

,,.1I I zoo, when he was elected Treasurer of sene, save their owners about 1. I cents per horse power
.
,
t Bradford County. In this office he per hour. In Florida I

'i has saved hundreds of dollars to the Are you running a gasoline engine ? What horse power is

'j cople of his county by refusing it? Figure what you'd be saving if you had a Titan kerosene / Guarantee to Satisfactorily Complete 411 4

il1y'. :huge commissions on a certain class engine. Rather surprising, isn't it? How long would it take CONTRACTS ;

'f disbursements. He was one of the that saving to pay for a Titan engine of the same size ? i

, RAIFORD ,. o- <>.: FLORIDA
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'irst in the State
men to agitate a re- L

! suction in the fees of county treasur- International Harvester Company of America --- -'- =-.. ,
I ---r sa> ar tura
'rs and is therefore entitled to part of (Incorporated)

jJ the credit for the law passed Whenever You Need a General Tank 'EYES- 1
by the
-.- . Titan kerosene engines are lold by Take Grove's EDG R
!ast legislature which will result in a The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless I _

i t E. P. T H A CARD 'aving of thousands of dollars to thetaxpayers caiU Tonic is equally valuable as a I OptlClit-j Tested jst
OF MARION COUNTY General Tonic because it JACKSONVILLE .FLA. .1
Candidate For of the state. He will faithfully DeWitt C. JonesSTARKE contains the
STATE COMPTROLLERIn well known tonic propertiesof QUIXIN E Broke Ltrxses Duplicated
the Nut Democratic Primary. discharge the duties of the office and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives 5arrt Day u l".ci..ed ,1 I IMe

r lour Support Will Be Appreciated. if elected. FLORIDA. out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Specialaeen!\I1 lOrdvs-ltle F\l Postage
4 Bunds nptte Whole System. V cents .0 w roesrrn sx

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FRIDAY, :MARCH 21, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE THREE

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.\ PLEASANT OCCASION
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Mrs. J. C. Robinson Entertains Complimentary I .

Bits of LocalInformation il" to Miss; Euniee Robinson: '" RELY ON ; -


On the evening of the 17th instant,
Mrs. J. t'. Robinson entertained delightfully STANDING'GUARD .
at her !home oi West Madison -
I street, in compliment to her sis- !
C.u.rnl.J Oar Ttnlt.in 2J.fI..u ..rslryrrr'i ,
tkt Cutnty anti r.t.n.O. ter-in-la1c,1l.[ ;:; Eunice Robinson. OVER THE (
The 17th of March: being St Patrick's x
Day, Mrs. Robinson decorated the :
: roomsery attractively in green and mm F .

B. Finn, of Lawtey, was in town W. II. Young i.nd I.. E. Jordan were I \\hitf'. wing: cedar and muss intermingled j- '.,
with white horse shoes and I
Tu.day. I business; visitors to Jacksonville! Tues I
day. shamrocks Many potted plants also / I 1
h. liuuiii, of Hampton( was in town adorned the room?, The time was ..1i ,

\Vui.iiMlay.M.: I II Mrs.! 1. L. Jciiu[ "try, of (Gainesville ; i i pleasantly spent in playing interesting i
I' spent Sunday with Mr. and Irs. !! games, among them being A Cable- i

Lsvjton was in Jacksonville on K. :M. Duu linn.: Mrs. McKinstry had [ gram to Ireland, Potato Race, "Dous- 1 t, '
business Tuesday I 1-rcuht: with her a little ?: -Yt'al' old ing th'-> Glim" and Pinning! Shamrocks \ w ,
adcptej daughter, Elizabeth, who hudpreviou.ly Ion Ireland The latter game is played l- '
Mr. and Jlrs. Joseph Holt, of Rrook- i' had her home with :'[11'. and | \by u.-ir.g a map of the Hritith: Ilt.j j= The laxative tablet

lyn, were in town Monday.Mrs. I )It's. !Don ling. The little girl recognised I Ireland being\ colored! green. : I with the taste : d
pleasant
hop former foster parents and I guest was blindfolded: in turn, and ,
has returned ', a tiny green shamrock to pin OTIreland. .
: Emily Philips was ;jrlaj l to see them. I given :
home from a visit to Sanford I If The player pinning the sham-
H.\YID MITCHELL; CELEHUATES: : ': rock nearest the ct'nter was !given: as a Protects eveiymemberof the 1.

) r. R. L. Lewis, of Jasper, i is; visitirjr HIS! : SEVENTH: II1KTHDAVOnThunday. 'prize a package: of correspondent!: i ? ; ;c
his daughter: Mrs. .1. C. RobinSUr !: t'anl.-this: was von by Miss: Anna family from Constipationthe -
1 Canova. For pinning the shamrock l
: i : th" Mth instant, lit- Miss!i Clara Moitt
furthest away, ; i iI
tle David Mitchell entertained his of good health
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Dr. E. T. C mph -11 was at Flora- r (r: rried olT; the !booby: prize-a sack u. enemy
:-ieid! > by giving! jolly birthday! p'ir-
home on professional business Mon peanuts. ,11 f
da '. i; ty. The children romped on the jrraand >> :Mrs. Robinson, assisted; by :Me.'danies ;
: played out-icor! games: until they E. T. Campbell and E. Matthew.'. 1 We have the exclusive selling rights '
; wore invited' ; into tae dining room ands .1
G. W. Hazen, of I'.rooker, candidat:? !served delicious cake and cream.
: .-rvcdith! the kii'd; of tI.lits": that MabrI! ,I for this great laxative ;3p
Misses !jCclley
for tax collfctor, wain i town11)1: I! Thcs" presenteve
;,, d 'light; the hurt of children. In thrcentrr i
Neva Turner Kathleen
day' of the table was the birthday, -\In-\\ ._ ,.
II cake, and on it were seven burning : lez. Florence Matthews;, Anna ,' _. S- ; I :; "'';; i. }.f9, .:.. h':
Messrs. L C. :" :iu I.. G. I'on"r1I herein ClaraIoitt.: I'llith'arren.: Edith 1 ;
ri'dle: : >. indicating! : the apj of the I t.'
'1 Mitchell.'Eunice .
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I! Jicksonville: WecJnerday on busi Crosby of Ilrooker: Cleo t 1;
ness. Th little folk0: present; were( Eueei.e ., .
!i Laugh Drayton Colley, Charley Bea.ley DRUG STOREWHENINSTARKE :: ; {
:}Matthews: Hussell, Ianielsll'iL'i: e
of rs. T. K.: Walvlrup, danestic science | Allan Canova, Harold[ Wall, Gu-i .... j.
Ajrin, Don I100'l'1'Ierrill: :McMillani ,
if Starko Wed I Jim Kickliter, Rodney Turner ., --
demonstrator, arrived Bl'alp, : ;
Uuth Parker, Truman Parker, Eliza I ,
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I UAC/*'*J*. j i h'thh' ck, Kuby }tali i.,:;, KsttOl){"I(and Powell Carper/ter.. r

i I II I Keiulrick, Frances Colley and Lucil'Moore. ,, MRS.: STEWART ENTERTAINS f .,->
Mrs.: James: Dolby, of Jacksonville, : I 'I j
spent: the week !here with Jt[ s. II. C. --, |!i READING; CIRCLE (

Richard. IIX HONOR OF 111+. J. W. ANDREWS .. -
Jl:. | The reading\ circle of the :Methodist I II I ,. j I i
County Superintendent F. G. Sehell Missionary! ; Society met last Thursday i V.
was in Stnrke on: official: businessluesday. On the {evening the nth instant! aftel'l1.OIat the residence of :.il s. i Call around and look over my line of Hardware. Farming Implements

'. i :'Irs..l. W. Andrews, Jr., gave a sun,: !' E. W. Stewart. After the from circle"The rend of all descriptions carried in stock.) My line of Tools, Plows ar3. Cultivators ;
.. i :r.d: discussed a chapter .,
dinner her tht
to husband
Miss: Aileen! Kramer, of Waldo, was j prise occasion 1eingthe party anniversary of Mrandrelvs' Child in Our :Midst," Mrs. Stewart of many different styles, including> Disc, Shovel Tooth, Strai&ht Tooth, ;; '. -
the guest of Miss :Marie Livingston P: served her guests with a salad course
lat week. birthday. The affair camas Those enjoying the afternoon were Spring Tooth and Combination Disc and Shovel Tooth, is complete.I 1
a complete surprise' and was a mos t t
'. thoroughly! enjoyable! occasion in ever ,. j Mesdames' L A. Davis, J. W. Whit". Machines 1
; sell the
)1 rs. J. R. Davis had a visitor this 'G. C. Sweat, .1.:1. Hendry, 0. L. famous Webber Wagons, Mowing ,
particular.! )1r'!'. Andiews served s.:I
week, her Lrother, Mr. Montmoilin, of | 1! Young. Chancey and Cul-! Rakes Ranges EnamelWare t
Jacksonville.Mrs. !i elegant dinner, to which the gtcstdid Haynes : Hay Presses, Gasoline Engines, Stoves, 1
< j I ample justice. The gentlemen\ present breth. and Tinware.DeWITT. '
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j were ..1.1.: lfitc hcll. F. I F. Stump'. .*
M. I.. Johns has to Jacksonville To Drive Out Malaria
!gone: II. 1.. Bon: nlcr, J. E. Wilson, J. :M[. Build The System f! i '
And Up
Mrs
to visit }Ver daughter,
Clyib Alvarez.I1. Urownloo. O. 1.. Hayn"s ad: R. A. Take the Old Standard GROVE'S C. JONES .l
Weeks.PiSes. i; TASTKLUSS chill TOXIC. You know l. ii

l' I -- --__ : what you are taking, as the formula is ...::_ __ _,_ __.......____ 1
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fiaf-kins, (: '.'I+ Cured in 6 to 14 Dcj-s '' rritiJed on every l.tbtl: r.1wwing it is --.... ..... .-- -.. --- -- -- '' -_.:::::; i ."
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rt Saturdaytd:; : y" ;r iln-en'st will refund tnonfy if i'.17.'rt.IF11 n < )uiiic- a-ul Ira ii a tastele ';rug' I ... .. ":'a,
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in to'vn Saturday: : an'! wlish: here \va.; 1! "--- po --- -- ..'.......'.'.'.... .....". : ...,...... ..".". .t.

the <-iK.t! of rolat've.Mr. ; .-. !i '1 r I. Get fi our irte i n Andrews A Hi Rorc ; r1.iv! solicit i i! t

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1 aid Mrs.! W. F. Hoed win and U I
Mr. and Mr. L. II. Hill, of Lav.teyere ;, I I I Irsi.; i ; 8 I uu.Raiford ,. ; {. some 1 1.It .

'\\' :in Sta.-ke Ida; Saturday.Majors .__ II T 11 h\1f1\\JER! !t WHpay;: i| everybody's\ g

: Cray und Dan Turner. of 1 6 fl'il. 5
Gains,,villspent Saturday and Sunday : } ou, : : trade : --,-

with Ji::ter Rutlin Kil.vards.Mrs. : I :............................: M: ..*::......................: .
FOR SPECIAL BARGAINS IN ..- '
: 1. A-lkins and little son, J. C. -,.--- .-- --+--- '1
Jr.) of Gainesville, spent Saturday and j '
Sunday with rt-'atuTS iiMrs. i Stlrk I II I Watches+ Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware We are pleased to announce the recent arrival i of Vi ;


spent: .Saturday U. li;J. Tu'.ner ar.,1! Suidav, :of C.ain;in Starke'svi'lo' ,, ''I and Novelties.One I the followidg Seasonable I Merchandise. :- '.,i 1[


the fjuost of relatives! aid fri !1tb. .I I A fine line of Ladies' Trimmed eats ;; ; :

On La-it IVukv; ;; aft'moo: :Miss.. 16-size i Elgin 16-iewels f adjusted watch, regular ;.
Emnu I arl-y went to I :.kc City t.> |I A full line of Stetson and Panama HatsLadies' -;' : !

visit hor fl'l; Mir-s Hcspio Tril..le.Mrs. I II price 526. wiil! sell? for SI 7. ;
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and Gents' high-quarter and Oxford Shoes.


Stella. W. !1.Eli UarrrU ah'th.and of! little Green: daughter ("mc\- \ Ore! 1 18-size '17-;cv es: adjusted, nearly new for $8. Ladies' White Shoes, a big line of T Tennis; Goods. ,

visitt'li1: :-s..1..1dki: -ta thi \vcek.Mrs. 1! Silks) Linens: and Dress Goods' extra line line.l .
One '! ?-site l-j(; 'rLis! HI 9oI!? !-fillcl!! case, only: S6. an I .
[ I E. ;Stnujr; : and: dau-rhter! \Irii.: .,r t.1
:Mary ,:dd".1. and :\[ Xorene :hel- I! .....cau.n.u__..........i.. ..mrwaravra.mrro.. o.ovrawvs.ywuw..r.. m..":.--.... -- '
don have letunied! tl) SU'.rke. after a All!! rings and ;jewelry: except t contract goods at cost '

011 ip 0:1: the Ki>t ioat. j
Hats Trimmed and Made 1 Your Gsiler
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i: fcr a short time.T I I ,
Mi.M: ; : "rio Livingston and Ella'
tin1! wei-k end in Y,----. lwVr. LTY 'n-t Jult
:Mat long :Mwist!
.Jai \::o-ivillo;!! and v-hib there were the t Three. Elgin: ; and; IVaitiiam watches in ladies' sizes. I .,, s"T /

.. of Mi'Krte Lh'ington.: l i '
:{ t clt Cvvh $CJ to S j i.Ir" s I t
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II. ('. Hit-hard Mrs.Aliry ;. l i II .. ;
:Mr. and :Mrs. i i i *"iTIi: "** "* F;M a; .. =f
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: ShHdo'i.! Mir.s N'orere Sheldon --" L- '_ I I ine Dest: Hour at: 5 o./t> per Dan24pouad o f r
H.cI! I'la'.k Lane: motor.H down to I IIIIII -
sack of Flour at 75 cents. -1
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t.i".riih; : h-st Monday afternoon. -- -- -- : ; ,L .

t .-1. It.I 1 K.: Knight; left for Tulhha:-:- ; 1 IIIII! One gross of matclies only: 50 cents... '.; j.I' 1.

siv SU:111ar."lwre: ho went on pro- ;! I '
IV..siornl; bu-iinjss, with the r-ardonin;: [ I''' cod White: -lo mespun. 5 cents per yeircl.Tin l. ;

!,oard. leturninir the following llonl r
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Mv.!: ]H. C. redrawn! ; enjra-eJ instate : : Enameled l
missionary v.-ork lcft fur her I Ii i i and Wear of all s kinds. ; :

home, Jackscnviilo! Tuesdnv. While ,,, 'I All kinds of Plows and Plow Materials.=
here she was a guest of :\11''';. t':1. _.f'
Scott. I I Harness Bridles and Saddles
I Buggy going cheap.

prize contest lately : ;
In the capital I A :
conducted by the Jacksonville Metropolis. i When Want a Mule Horse -..
:Miss Neva Turner was awarded you ,

a the diamond fourth prize ring, for for the:.a8:1,third?lO 1'otr district-s. : Set of Har- We Have Some Real Nice Pony Mules For Sale.

i I I Buggy or Wagon; a tf t
p.eIra D. Patterson, of St. Augustine !: I :. -
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spent Saturday and Sunday with 1 I .u."u.h.............: '1.'"''u".u,, r
his friend Rev. J. A. Hendry. On !! ness come to see us. :
Sunday :Mr. Patterson preached morning ,: i I 120 cents per. ; :; Good Florida ;
A D Andrewr Mere ro
and evening at the Methodistchurch. : : ; I I
I I Ii : : dozen : |' cane :

II I i I We buy in car lots and give paid for |i syrup} in
Rev.; J. H. Dixon, of Jasper, preached I _
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Sunday morning i.nd evening at the ; customers the benefit of I j eggs t Raiford Fla. j.f, barrels. !
1'apt'iKt ('hen'h.11'. Dixon was:; !greeted : I I :: ,
by brJ.Ulti"l1t't':-;, and they, in : the lowest prices. irrnr nrrrm n.r rrmmi I'&..a.rrr.nrrrr.nn.rr: 4
turnere delighted! with listening; : to '< 'f
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fine sermons! "- Y
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from Emlento'i: I'a., statin? that :Mrs.Truby's : i J. W. Andrews & Son The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head I II :ares Old Sans, CIte Hel:1e: ;es Ken Care Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly R '
mother Mrs.: Teller, died onWednesday ; i Because of its tonic and laxative effect.LAXATlVKBRyMO The ncrst cases no matter of how long finding.' The Cld StamlV-1-, general slrfnjrthenite tonic, .
morning, the .r.d instant:: 'r I I I and does QUININE not cause hetterthan nervousness ordinaryQuinine nor are cured by the underlul, old reliable IY.Porteis GROVE'S 1 A\1 HLESS chill TONIC drafts ou.. I '
Oil. It relieves1'aic builds uptliety ,
llealir.R tlalarie.cone.ttheGlood.and *
Antiseptic
would! take placeon I rireing la bead Reraembet the full name and
the funeral
end the that 24th.rrrr. __ I IIQQk tot the signature of :Z. W. GKOVli. Jic. and fleas at t'je same UP'. :arc:: ,SOc,$LOO. ''1 uu.. A true t'-'Ole.,. For adults and tlilll CIIo Suet

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r :' you. Look for the right place. of the of "
: hold in the confidence and esteem people this,

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

f* I satisfied. These Sales stand pre-eminent in the matter of values and$ will' Pij


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1.00 Voile Waist, embroidered collar and paai t
I 500 Men'sFine front, bolero elfecC; Valencierme insert on tfe .
i I der and panels, andj Valencienne edge on coDarJ
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: Suits inFdrcY sleeves,tucked bac< Sizes 36 to 46 bust_1MAIN'S
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.I 'i'.- r :: Worsted To dig 'yourself up partly I at our expense, and. >it< will bean unwise act Men's a pair Pants, for, formerly this s:{tfle,sold at $1.95 at ,$3.00$2.95 to, $3.95 8.00, !

1,000 pair Pasts; value up to $1.50,
i i anMIue serge on your part to miss this opportunity. This is no joke, but a reality, Pair --- Boys ---*,---------.----......per...f. :
I MEN'S HA" S, LATEST STYLES.
$17-to $22 iO and you and be convinced. Full assortment of ife highest grades,formerly,
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F 'values 1 for -: s= $2.50 Value. Sale Ffice --.--.-----_________ ,6
1 .. DRY GOODS SPECIALS FOR THE WEEK. CORSETS. .. .
i ____.. ________ Well known American Beauty, 75c value __.. .44 '. .' ; $3.00 Shoes .-Ii..
. } 36 inch PercaJe.: 15c J&nd M $ $4.00 Shoes
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,, \ ,I <:.. only I Fancy Checked Ginghan', 15c vah:> ?.,__ .7 7-g $1.50 value ___________-_________.__________$ .89 ti l _?" "'" ::i: ;J $4.50 Value-I
WOMEN'S SKIRTS.S2.50 ,"" $5 excellent
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k ._ ______ $1.ii0 Skirts. Sale Price ___ _____$3.19 G
J 10 95 Dresses Kiutmas. 15c \"alut'u. .08 uuuu +
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82 Shoes
, I 6.00 Skirts. Sale Price _____"____"______$3.93: ,_ _'N_ ------U-'...
; 10 do. 72x90 Bleached I Bed sheets same ai> .i)0 Shoes .JLfS3.00
' .,. I __ Money Back if we cant save :you MONEY on ne-,. Shoes _
.,. .. you pay JOe for ut ..-un_ nn _.-.-- .4.1) SHOES for yourself or the whole family. { "" Sa.00 Shoes-..$.J2Jr 1!

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

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II J ice plant with retail markets.

,j t I., ", Come to La\\rtey and cut the high cost of living. II II I

* "1 We are offering Exceptionally Low Prices, I You will never regret the purchase of any :

r I ; r for cash, on the following high grade articles: CVI Sugar 9 Cured Hams at 20c. jl i
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i I, GYI' Sugar Cured Breakfast Bacon ;
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;; Ii i Hudnuis Meal 92-pound sacks, 1.90 g, t if

.'I t i L Pillsbury Flour 24-pound sacks, 1,10 Liver; Sausage at IZzc I if

., Pillsbury' Ftonr 98-pound barrels, 4,25 ,:j !
1'- cvl l All Pork country Sausage at 20c.
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: JpttGIa( Flour, plain, 24-pound sacks, ,95 .

i I !I Olympia! !Hour, scli rising, 24-pound sacks..on\ II For the supply of our Jacksonville market,; We'ueed 1 your ;r-i iI !

We have the cleanest and up-to-the-minute line of Shoes; Dry Goods, Chickens and
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f I' llil al top ric sCall .
r Shirts, Hats, p
Caps, Hosiery and Notions that you can find in the city l;

: I Come and be convinced. l II oii us when you are in ;. own

E x clus lrt; g ls E XCIUSVeAg eels i iIk

:.i t-} I Arrow Mrls I' THEDE, Prop I Phoenix! Hosiery CRACKER SIX farm :..Markets

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:?'; ,, Whether you support your home Bank or not, it is contrib' :. ..
r your welfare every moment, by assisting worthy enterprise, ? nl ting to
oping local resources. deYd-! TANLAfand EVERS'

,::];I : Hence you rob your own till and withhold a portio' t -
rl I dues from your family when you sen* your deposits P' .'] of ltnctr Hlcutting
1 down our capacity for more efficient service. At of town, thus Will have full supply Motion Pictures
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Mavied uarter 1 y. Drug p. m. 3
$1. nn Starts L' I \ 1
.u. Account. l E. L. Biggs, M. D., Prop. A good time for a dime J'
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h andise. Purchasing power of money doubled-No Sale could be ,
more We these
are running advertising ,
offer -
could a greater variety: of attractions-The popular position these
Sales to
get acquainted
ounding counties was never better shown than These :
now. Sales }
dog people to whom the with you, and to do thi we are
saving of a dollar is equivalent to
earning
one. sacrificing all profits these
ou to come fifty miles to attend them. Come and be convinced. on

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THE MERCHANDISE STOCKS OF R. B. JACKSON AND THE BRADFORD : 1
., TRADING COMPANY HAVE BEEN CONSOLIDATED AND ;
HEREAFTER THE TWO CONCERNS WILL BE KNOWN AS"THE BRADFORD TRADING COMPANY. ,.
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THE GROCERY DEPARTMENT IS LOCATED IN THE POST OFFICE 1
BUILDING
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AND HARDWARE
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TO THE LAWTEY STATE BANK. V i Lit 1

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ARRANGEMENT THAT WE ARE OVERSTOCKED :
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FOR THE NEXT WEEK WE WILL
98 pounds Aristos $3.70 OHFjg- i 1
25 cent. cans of Pura Brown .21 I
Barrel Aristos ; J'1rr. .
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40 cent cans of Sterling ...1
24 pound Self Rising Flour ,j 4'1. .321;i (i :
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u .}10 cent cans of Extracts -09 t "
.Ie I Shapleigh Coffee, best green, pound .12' 25 IlfV' .,.ait
JI cent cans of Pine Apple Chunks -

:' THESE PRICES HOLD GOOD FOR' TEN DAYS FROM DATE. ) .19 t. j

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Headquarters General r !.. !llv.:'.

Supplies for Farmers, froma 5.00 Porch Rockers 4.00 i t)

Nail to a Mule. 3.50 Bed Springs 2.98 j 1 j 4

Look forTORODE i 12.50 Dressers 10.00 I )

I 15.00 Cook Stoves 12.50 i t *' T

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ST.\RKE FLORIIH. --I'1' FHW\. L\R'n 21, 1916. .
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R.\I>rORD COr TY TELEGR.\rn. .'

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STARKE MAX PROMOTE! I REMOVAL I I.... *. .-t .+.... +. ..M....... ,..) 40......... '

Bradford County Telegraph I COOPER TO PROVE i I. : ':
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I Starke friends of D. I.. Bug"g'll i The local office of the Postal Telegraph Ii! Political Announcements i.-!

has been moved to Turner's Jf.
be interested to know that he has recently Co. .
Local and Long: lJi"lanu: Phoneurnbt'r Wal- .A..I
Call and '
40 FAMOUSTHEOR1ESCelebrated been appointed general manager cold drink parlor, corner .A A. .. .... .. ........... ..............A..A.AA "'A. .A AA.'A ."' '.'.'.'......'.''''' '''.'.''.''' .
of the Atlanta. Birmingham & Atlantic nut streets. The courteous manager- ? ... V..7v.rrVYT Vj ''''' V'' -'''''0"'" tr# .v. ........

___ -- I I railroad, with headquarters in operator, Mr. A. W. Whiting, will be j CanU rot more than one i inch in lenirth <7.wnnk' I a' .' Hutli r 1/1.: V. ">.' !'.n. rinmi votiu.FOR
and entered as i I there week day from 7 vyi'ii I.* publiih unol.r.this headmi : u.-trct. suli.ict! r. r::, u e delllOlratie.:
Published weekly Atlanta. found every
Mr. had assistant '
liugg br-en from date of rectipt until the primary eleetioiin ..It IN at tin pi-iinrv to b. ", June'
Kcond class matter at the postofficet : Medicine Accomplishing general manager of the road for a. m. to S or i) 1'. m. and on Sundays June for $:>. A proportionate additiona! ,I I, nectvd wi I iihru.:'y i! -, "7e the'd1ltia 19t&

Starke Florida. the past three years. His promotion I' from> to 1') a. m. and 4 to 6 p. m. If 1 i' charm.' will be made! for additional space fractional : ..f the office.V.: R. .\I.!-: !DU1Ii. Jr. .
beinr counted a; ai -
Remarkable! Results will | art< of an inl'.h -
was e l"ltiIart"h: 1st. Mr. Bag4-: the business warrants it the office inch. Ar.nirtinciment fits are pa>atle in ad {' ;.i"I ER DUT.. M: :

E. S. .MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner in Leading Cities spent his boyhood and you-ig mnahood i be: kept open: l later than the hours givena1 -...netand-' I this- rule will not be varied. County I hereby Corns announce-"juner for m. -'.. ... d candidate District tm

\ H. E. L.GEJlIEsoIociate! Editor in Staike an.1:1" a :tud> ':: a* th I C'l. FOR CLERK CIKCTIT COURT. re>l ctfully sol.rit your .. I' at the IW uJ.

't Starke: High :Sch ol. __ I n-i'ictfully announce my candidacy for ocratic primary ,Mne 6th. I ".lIse if e
I Ileferrin to the recent visit to Atlanta ---- -- I You get a'l the important national, tht office "f Clerk of the Circut Court of toer.e the '.tig>''' as tfi t direct
llra'ifHi: County, an! solicit >our support ahi ; .J j, MOORE.cand.dat.
: The long haired fanatical rl'former3 of 1.. T, Coopor. the man who Shoe< :.t Laviton's. | state, county news in the Telegraph ', imary eliction( to be held in the lith dajof I

r arc still \voiking on thpir pet hobby of I electriii'tl the larger cities of the country J un". 1'16. 1 am er.courajred to enter thisra I heri'by ann ';incn mi'.( I ; for
tjv the flattl'rin.ole rtcuved by me atht I re-electinn! to tr ":ice ofi I', ./ '; Comrn
t preventing; moving pictures on Suncla '. with his philanthropy, health theoiies .. '" ia-t Wtion. at which time I withdrew i er for Di.trict jNi. :l .I R i' '. Ind Lar.erl iliollo

They will succeed-in antagonizing and ct lei.rated mtdicmf Tad:>i', from tie MCrnd primary in order to preserviharni.n I smliji'Ct! to the ailuon of tin. ii, .. ,. .
well the proffrretsupport 1 If elected I vnft" all tint.Untl ,
the as as
him in party :
drive fortbcm
the laboring man and away (;. F. Willis, his southern reprise:it > of friends vv'c: were otherwue obhuatid of the ,It.'Iil'| of B"u'', .' uut,.
from the churches.-Matclenny Stan tive. aid: tlunn? that campaign. Those havriw : s. i IIO\\'Ll G.
I nvuth the office will, if I am elected, -- -----.-.-- -
t darJ.I b --
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"Tho santls of the nio.-t promi:1t.tt.I'elple : -
K i' ,en courUcus alb nl on and op !dt.raii I FOR rOMVtlS:IONER DISTKICT xo. L
> this in Atlanta, Dirmi! :!ham, N';:>nic II ii Ti,' ncords upder myrs*>nal cars I htn-by ani><>incereeteton 01.""':" "indidatt for
Tourist travel to Florida season ,
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\\ f'hattanoojra I.oui.-.villo, Knoville \- .j) I." rv-ion shall ever be olfn to insptc UJe ofTicu .i I July Comni
rxceeds that of any former tm: ('. Going \ M"n IA. tre public. Hcbpectfully. *;<.ncr for r'-fict No. 4tho ,",e'. While
of the and! other cities: where his c.-lfhrated H. C. RICH \RD. dlit... of lrt.. offici' \\. "<.,,' to
being out
to Europe question I lilt I
medicine had l.ten accompli+h- I have tried to -j--\e the l I" i crests of
the next best to those who can I j KL? annonrftf mystlf a candidate for I .strict and trj county :>. With tit IIIJ
afford to travel is Florida. There arc in ,
more enthusiastic o\er Ta.ihuha-. \ C ..' t. .hct to the action: of the Democratic !Sitter.tr..!i".. *i tho f..' ., : I it
now about one million cf tour:ts in election to be held June I I shall ,
)1..' hims lf. pa "v a. the primary o ertl n; always 10 do whit L
the state aid: the railroads are taxed Cooper "in. i' I1-;. ri'jdKin'i to the people of UradforJCM. best f< a';! C'f' -C'rned. On "'.- Usu I .
"As previously st t'd. Mr. ( '.op<'r .' eourtioas. rrom; in
their full bringing .
to rapacity : more.
cchtend.s that ninc-ttnths of th<' d' fie l'j.-int-.. of the otlice, I ixsltctfully iOu 1 ; J. I.. 1 .LiERHILL. .'
The money these people spend! here is .. : : :: .,' :>port. ___ _
the eases n:11 l 11l-h' alth of thavrav W. T, WEEKS. I FOR CO.VMtSSlOM.R: Dl;;' RICT XO. f
distributed: among; producing I i
p'r.son is due to :a catanhal conditiu- '. ---- -- -- I hertt-v nn"i> inee m'i i candidate for So
classes, many buy land and'all will adertis" FOE KM'KKENTTIVE-GROUP ONE. I County Com >>iqner of .-Tin Z\o.
\ Florida.! which pixnlucefaulty! .Ii:.;' -1 !io.1 a< ']1.. t1.' [> m.*ratC Cntors of Bradford Countv. tBronker and! hamptom. I r, octfuIy!! solicit! I

improper as-sinnliitio'i! of the fool! FI.'l'ida-! I'lie support o* '''e votepriwary --- u'e dt.m..eraticI
h... ',,' announce myself a candidate in to I* jw-I.J on J-ne :h, and
The other the tender of bridge 'In recent interview :Mr. Coon' i' I prom ieI
day a a off'cc
1 !{Ot!1' ONE. for re-remination for the I if elected to dj my duty a. .en om-niagiosei
at We t PamI5eaih! shut the g'ltes-.o was asked if Tar.lacvoull I relimo: kd-: ..f It : i' -t ntative of Kra-ifoH County. Florida. .\. 1J. :SI:; RREXCY.

the bridge and the draw troul>''e. li'.er t'ompl.i.t.: rhl' .11'.1- .I'JI ci l'1 the action of the tiemocra'-c pri-
t opened span ney mar : >o be hi Id in June, I'll:' *). I I h-rt'w :trf- ''" tiiy'il:*' a candidate
vessel Then ami do/.ri othi ailre'it .. 4ol>cit the support of 'all ilemIT ,* tta
I s'n'tfuily
for a to pass. comes an tsm a r ::11"in C";nty Cwn ni M mer ot" 1 ict J ti
.3' 'f t!Vector?, and promi.se if nominaUtl and H.impton Hi.i'tr and XHW indie
conncition said Ruert. ,
automobile, containing five persons, this : t'. .I' ra.thfully; discharge the duties of -ptetfullyM.icit rhe sutijxirt oo f tin
at a good' speed and instead: of kcepin "As I have if pouted lyaid, i'iy :ut'nicine tS. iri7', JOE HILL WILLLI \:\ voters in UK- ':':mary to Ki.i. M nn; uVmocnne June ftk

his eyes open and stopping the car, acts directly: en the muoiru'm- nd faithfully jmrna: hereby announce myself a candidate In the driver ran into the gates, forcing brane, stomach and blood expellivj( : Group One for ivpm-tntative in the State in continjii{ vj.or! the eoj-i'y convicts my tSoat anen

them open, and the car plunged down fror- them the impuritk' and I toxic !.eirislature. subject to the action of the votersin the roads. J E. .\DKlXS.I .
the c'emocratic primary eleition to be heldrn
ward. Rut luck would have it the poisons ard rer.derin! ? 10 them! a I .
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as June 6th. I promise if elated to itive careful wish to a'.ncimci_ to the citizens of COB.mUyioner's .
car never completed the plunge but stronjTt healthy condition. I am convinced attention to the duties of the office and to D-.rict: No. ;i thit ( am a candi.:
UM mutmojt endiavers to act for the bestinttnt.s H ite for County rommii-s-inne; and
in for
stuck *on the abutment of the bridge, that tho .stomach repulatojthe I of aI! concerned.D. d'-trict. suh.! ...*. hi the action .>f the democntkIirimary stA;

and the passengers' escaped death bydrowning. rendition of the blood, and is the fou'i- F. :MCDONALD.I elect tn of June ,>-h. If elected I

I There is special providence tain head of health or disease:: as the I --- prom!**- to f-i''hfully charire the duties of
a .
I ia' c tms. mtho'! of anr.oLncintr to the citi.cns ihe office with, tne view cf Mr-ving the best in-
for fools children ifnd drunkard case may be. My medicine i is intended ol Bradford county that I am a candidate ruts of t.11 concerned.
the regulation of the foi Repnstntai.ve in Croup 1. ?abject JAMES REYNOLDS.tnp .
for
primarly 2 OR 5 OR 10 CENTS WILL ENTER YOUR BOY OR to the action o' the primary election to beheld ,
. II stomach and t"atarrhaini..ammation\ on June 6th. If I am honored with election I h r.br 'unce mvself! a candidate for
UXPREPARDNESS but it is no uncommon thine for persons GIRL IN OUR CHRISTMAS BANKING CLUB. THIS WILL 1 prvmis? to bl'I'yuu faithfully. thj1 office >y[ ,'..,.mly Comm ioner for Di*.
\V. C. SEALS.FOK trict XI : II canton. If
) i elected I will
who have used it to come to me BE THE BEST FINANCIAL EDUCATION YOU CAN GIVE -- -- -- my l.....,t fPorts to serve mj district ard the lISt

tt Although there were soldiers at Columbus and explain that it has relieved them YOUR CHILDREN. START WITH THIS AMOUNT AND REPr.ESESTATI\'E-GROl'P TWO. county at larve n evrr>' wa> economy and ia-
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I hereby announce Tryself a candidate in provtment .Iicl'.t. .. rnd therefore ask for
f. X. M.. .and at many other of Rheumatism and many other ail RROt'l1 TWO for nomination for the office ofRepnstntative vour sUM>'t ." > ne cimlnu: iiiwiary,
WITH THE SAAAE AMOUNT EACH WEEK.IN
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INCREASE
places along the international boundary ments not generally recognized as having in the U-tisIature from Brad H. D. MAY.

line and agreement was immediately their origin in stomach trouble." I ford county subject to the action of the Democratic -- -
an 4O WEEKS: primary i-lection to be helJ on June6th. -- -
1 made with Carranza that "The ingredients or medicinal elements II II l'Jl6. I respectfully solicit the support of I FOR SHERIFF.
2-CENT CLUB PAYS $16.W5CENT hereby nr-ninince mystlf a candidate for
" '. United States soldiers be allowed to which make Tanlac come from I aU'Ot rs at said Democratic primary and re-election to Jlw office of Sheriff .f Bradford
PAYS H1.0010CENT I promise a faithful of duty if tam
CLUB discharge rny
into Mexico Villa sections of the earth- II county. I h'tve durin? my encumbency endcavpred -
[ cross over to pursue many lemote I honored vvith nomination au
r.', and his bandits, it took se\en days:> of the Alps! the Pyrenees. Russian Asia, I CLUB PAYS 82.00WE S. CRE\\S. heritf. an.l to 1 h fvthfully:>i... that! discharge my work my has dutict met. the t3

red tape haggling liefore our soldiers West Indies, :Mountain: states, near i ADD 4 PER CENT INTEREST. I To Democratic vitirs of Pralford County : hope approval for oi a ttinublic IT'MNt! support to the at extent the that I cm

t Ii crossed the line into Mexico to aenge the Rocky :Mountrins, Mexico\ and I hiivfv annoance nijsclf a candidate! forRtprvfcvntative mary. If re-chvted 1 promise; good coming pri.
PI.-I YOU CAN DEPOSIT 25 OR 50 CENTS OR ai seprie!
in the kvi.slature: of Florida! in
the Columbus massacre, thus giving lu are amorg the points from I (iroup Two and rtfxtuly(! -olicit the support as hitherto Eivl.iil endeavor to do better yet
,
I Villa plenty of time to escape to his I the principal parts of the preparation $1.00 OR $2.00 OR MORE EACH WEEK. of the voters in the comma, ; primary to he wherefore I ivspt-ctfuily. S.solicit B. DENMARK.TOur supperU

I mountain fastnesses. And it was found :. are obtained. In the principal laboratory : COME IN WE WILL TELL YOU ABOUT IT. held June cartful;th.attent 1'1r.on. I to promi-e.the duties if .of eUttid the ot-tcuie -1> --

that the transportation of certain war of the .Medicin: ('0., lice to lh"t inl,r,-l of the peni''i'' lt'< i is (o avounce to the citizens of Bradford
county t.W I am a candidate for Sheriff,
stores for the troops could not 1,e had Inc., un.ler the: efiicient direction of E. L. CK053Y.FOct -"l-iict to i he-act'On of the democratic primary

I in time 1-ecause all the required! curs I llerr Jos Von Trimbauch, a nutiu: BRADFORD COUNTY BANK COUNTY SUPERINTENDtNT. t.:lection. to be (h, ''d on Junit4i.. I resjieetfully.licit
the s-ttrt of all"t..1'
at the laid
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l loaded with munitions; for chemist; of note these medicinal I ns| < c'fiilly announce m*",tf! a crmlu&ef >-
war ( >1\ '
_' i were < wn .. i-rimarj' aid! '"mise a faith! ;1 dUc'-ante! of the
I : tl.; Hce of Su 'er.ntend-r.t: of Schools of ii
oo.
i'' Europe. \Viily.! preparedness! i.; badly herbs I root- and[ bark.aiv aserr.iiled 'r ''If nul..... _1a:_ ."]oE._ __..,'K n '':'1IrF !.' :i'fttce if I n-r. .,1.] ..-tedV. 'f
j \ ;j. EI'I'ER'OX! .
t t nredod for thi.s court". : in the rough and paiiifvintly .M-irv election to be ht'id: on the 6th of ---- --- ,j
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Hut: Fuldiers: alone is not suflicient. i t'eu'lopod so as to attain that histundaul : i ''i'.:. pleiUinm>seif. if elected to 1 FOR SEX.\Tnlt ,!
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I :1 i i:!v discharge my dutiv; I herebv :
The rod tape for! which the United : of f'11idf'll'yIOW'1\ !h\' the w- II O. L. MIZELL. State Sinat,ajinounce J rn>m the mvse.f' I. 't.a". nt1 candidate!; S.n atonal for

States is celebrated must be minimized B'o'm preparatmn! of Ta'iluc." ... Dis-triet !!ra. rr.l countj -' >> ot to the will

'I and thoie mi.t0\ (> j> clear! uner.standinj :| In ivfenii'g to the unpri'c.tU"ti. .'- I i.f-ii' !h, ><''f announce Co.m'y Susivrintendent m>se'.f a candidate of Public for nf nrimarv the dTH'.Ifl.rj:{'a.jrot..rs III he h.J a-1 fi'f.j.ed or. .1 1"-- 6th.at the I

1 ) i.f who are to take charge of future | !. r.und for Tanh.c b11!;.: ta. :M '. THE YOUNfi TRADlNfi CO. .I 1.1. subj.ct: to the action of the \rm-\ !:.! r. ', fetfu! v J.licit: the >.; vi ?' the votes
; lee Iv held Jure
turn to
i" ]J' mar t on I\t aid '
1'1'' % and
? ji tiromI'a'lhful attention
I' military erp\ >'ditions. lint In-fore | Cki. .\ Smith. :Manager: of thj Jan.1' >'' n. 1'i'i'I n-sTiectfulIy solicit the support to tli$ diitits: ef the 'lil-ci! i' i am elect

all else, there mus-t always,, be railway ', Pl'yi-mury ('0". sa'd' : jf tv! vitirs at said primary.F.. ed. { A. !>. XXDRE'VS.

I trains :>t the d>poal of thrt government "I have l lI oen in the ureir \lu>i:u" -.> \. SCOTT.I : .
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RETAILERS AND JGBBEilS! To the I\mr>C'i'tic Voc-> i.i: Ft, .,1 County:
for the (|uick tran.sioitatioi| of Atlanta 'J.'i; yi-aw, and! not in m\ ipeiience '\- i I :K rtby announce mjrself a candidate for I ht'tlv st.nou-N-e "'\ r dii'afv: for Stall
,1 troops material J'.s'dtoies i.s a vitaliccchfity have we handled anyihn";: .1.i .. ..,M I In.struction. subject to the action of the I'iomi"", )(;0:: -.\ faithful r< i !. iv ... my duty.
\\art\re.. that eve:1 aproach.1.Tailac i.-. -t -el'; .>;'. Itnioeratic primiry June Cth 1919.
on I'lvdK
i Offer the following! to the buying pub'ic!' tt.s..t'Clr..:: ;
"' In less'than /five wed: time wj h.i\"- inn tn the people pw-mpt. courtwus and careful DR. W. K 'I|*" '! ":TOX.
: CROSSING: : ; THE; Rl'UICOX dispatch of the'r bu.int'1if tU-cttd. I --_ .. -. -- .. -- -
I j,'. .;old and! di.ttiibuttd! through our lev- HAY I T-i.-ctfu'ly' si licit the supiwtt of the voters MEMKEK.:>t IMllL nUltl'. ()JST. -NO. 1 ;

I t'n stores over S'.OlH' ) bottle .nd otlatt ..- at said primary. E. R. I'OI'I'ELL. I takt ths,* iittf-od to -a' thv voter* of f

: Uncle Sam has thrown his hat into -It ul'd.alul't' over l"0' poojiUcal'.td We have a large stock of Fresh Clover, Alfalfa and i \ h.Jy anrnunce myself for n-t-lection to have Cnidforil mi-iiftit en.t'lfur.( 'n..anl"the MM "i!:mcr. -, :'ectinK that thtT otto ...

the- ring and the ine\ liable I.s'lmll '! ..t our stores to obtain the mtlicire. I the office of County Superintendent! of Schools the n.fi: ...xif Mtmber ,,i 1.10: :School Boari .

to pass at last, that of intervention in | Judging! frcm the repeat ale.-- Timothy Hay.FEEDS I of liradforJ coun'y and res|>fCtfully Solicit fur nine teO in sctct ',,n. i-J at the .
I '.<-r votis in thJune primary. If elected. I tinued solician >n of man. ..t' i a tends 1 1nounce "
\ ::\lrx l'o. Nominally tho eXliI"llitiulinto ar.d the many c.vpresMon.x of satisfaction will endeavor to hol.l and it.cnas* the irrtatfi.ttth i >(!>>; i av .t Cn" Mtl je-elect-oSi?

I oar sister republic is merely of a pun- from thtiM- who ha\e act dally usidtand -.-.- .- of our scho k in results! and benefits ,I subject to t'*-.- pi.;mary ," -i .u June uA;
I 'II i-e children! of the county. I I rtfer nvj a-t reoorl .1" nlence M II..,
live nature-to put Villa:: and his bandits te ted Tanlac the preparation Sweet Feed Larro ( for milch cows ) Ground Velvet .'. G. SCIISLL.I I I what will W :r> t-a-ntst it'.,.-u. in schcol natters
hors de combat: but we all know ,, must l.e something: of extraordinary -- - II in tie' ('II' .re. L 'A holt KL1TER.MEMPEItSt .

: the hate of tho "jjivaM-r.-." for the merit." Beans ( something cjood ) Bran, Corn. Oats. i I htrebv OR announce T\X COLI.nCTOIL mvself a ---I I H'JOL BOVRI) DIST. N'aT

"gringoes," as well as the umeasonallcne.ss : i Taulac i.s sold exclusively i-i Staik" ". -.lirtion for the ofT:.. ot Tax Collector for 'I To the \oi -I h.by announce: my ( S'acy -
t.f the Mexicans as a nation, ('. I1. Cason in! Lake 5utln by Light and Dark Cotton Seed Meal. Chicken Feed. : Hra.'ford: county subject to the action of the'Vroirat'C f.r nieiiilwr! of the Koa-d of Public lastreet -
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; primary of June B. H116.! ani pn'- I ior fivni District N,.. J. jV : and! the invasion; of their country will Tomlin.son-Mair.es Iiiuz; ('0.; in llamnI ( FERTILIZERS i mNo ifUcud to irive the office my time and nomnat- of the primarv. If successful

Ia\e the fame effect as will the poking ;I ton by the Hampton Pharmacy ; in t'i,- imple r.iy servcie. llesprctfulU. I roinist, to a..r my very Ust t-T'i1s to sdv. ethe
I i!. :M. DOVVLINO. I came! vl education in Hradford roUlltJ.
j t'f a hornets' nest with a stick, i il.:iwtey by the Ca.-h Drug Store; ini : Al! kinds suitable for farmers and berry growers. ; lour" .stpi| rt H rvsiiectful'y: .. ..icited.N. .
I and Uncle Sam is "ii: for" it. I i Raiford bv the \\ t'W'I' Orug ( '.1., -iul! 1 tiUthis. nit tho.1 of announcinir to the K IlOBERTS.h ; .

I It may as well happen rir.st as last. i'i Worthint-to-i by R. T. TI""I'I" II \'. Our specialties; are. Corn and Cotton Special and Acid i iPI103 S 1.t.zi-ns f hit' for i f the TradforJ office of county County that TaCollector.I am u can-. I I'ii" :.ay to ; ..... ,.; Bradf

Forbearance has: been too great on our I ------ : -"';ict to the will of the vote1at the deraociatic county .ha; I am a ean.!;".. .. "" re-elec CII
I 1te. primary Ixhdd as a DJ..nf! ..f the Hoard.' f' .'.iI, Instrurtiol
) to June
I on Clh. In
]>3rt to any longer le a virturo. Had: : Till: !n. D. s. r.iiMiiiAISHA'IIOX \ nu-: : i-i .a.- this aunu'mc1Ient I refer to my recas for Di-'ric< No. _'. and i! I '. ,.-d pro_

reighbors! is a cur.-o. and when we cannot I! ,.>! ll't'llsun.r of the county and promise : fa'thful M J! :v to one a.o Jlld Mpect.
SEEDS
I f' from thuii <> make : -a-iH- careful attention to the office of col- fully solicr >'mr suppor' a. CoJin, pri-
niouaway r I -- !. i. if I am honornl with election.C. P'ary .>; Jri'', ly9.favors. Ti .,'". C.'r pili
i them mud\\' IY i'roni toH', must : XV. U\ZEN. J !: !h'ILAS8.i ; .
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in' the! : Best qualities of Peanuts for eating and seed. We
f first then iIvilLv; th'm.h'x I ()\< iiiir to JuI'jodt\ -
coerce,
MElt
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) ico will r.exer beconv happy! and prwsperoui I have on the way a carton: ; of Cowpeas for seed of '" i 'Tiiiof laC.. h.'P'1 able f tel!! of ;! Il't".d :_ ,. ,
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I are, Caba, Xicaiagua, Hatty; SanIbmingo. I at Hull epaitme-n: S t' .' 1' 1'1 .I;.!': They vi; :.1! arrive next week.STAPLE I ,JUIIl'.1\ ,,, e" y ._" : .. i'Ort" !
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''I I I ;The historj of Mexico do I .'> -ot .-hoI \\' I p:"it tor. \1"- >:. U. Hull! t ob.. \/w |, '!' GROCEmES t.. '.< n l hy ,announce myself a.a candidate ,I l'IllI FOGG. -

A1-. F \. Scott, and u. head ;s.Ki '" r '-': tclion to the office of County Jinlire I '" : Dh ., ", into it
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I tLat the people are capai.Kof stfjfoverrmeiit. l'-.ii.c-.l: couity. subject to the action of "
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'aI'. M.-. K. Frank t'h, 'ei"! h..i'iheu sk7.i[ I', in crati primary June 6th. 1:>K. and t ....1' of tm Ii': .. ,' : i licX.
After gaining their i The F-cir: to Starke .
i- largest ; ever brought I : I iric- : < trict Xo the *
: P.I'- at if tlccttd! to rfire the daily!
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birthday ; -:1 f "i ni d I JIll'I
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r.tlriH'e ii 1SJ1 the ,
d"II( : couiury .vusfirFt the limits! of the.ulf ;i' ii the fuJie ; r/
I several: brands! Mea' Hominy!I Meats salted and I V41i' > :-in., MTVIi'f I'. :P.1'fIt
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day. as in thi past.
ruk i by ,both an empvro: ard a n.f, : ., iij tv- distuc'. ::'i i ".N ore.I .
)provisional government. Frcm 1824to : I Mr. Scott candMlate: fur cou-uv ".,'- smoked. Lard EtC Our ICc Wooden Buckets have rurisY ', lOI.snR.:
erin'.ondMU called! i: \!
natura'iy _
1 ;5" thviv were tt"::1 inv-idrr.ts and I : was upon hi--thy snnounee myself a csndidate for -
an executive body. Fiom ISto t.> ivakc a ::p" v"h in 11'I:"or of thu daHi. \". had a :large sa'e.' We also havo Tinware of all kinds.! i' '".- o'hv;: of County Judtte and nviclfu'.iy. : i ; FlIK TAX: ASSES.-/S.:

I .> th-me! was S:. Valeiit.iu'! : Ik >c.t thej|'IKHI of tn- voters at th rtejnocraticpmuy : To the ctj-.ms of Itrad'.oni ( ,,,' '% -
1ST* -tluiyg Jit I 'I'I1'j l'11 changed tit.-tinn! to be helJ on Jur.e 6th. I i I fr.r,-i sincere and a'Pat'I
my in-atit '<
FANCY GROCERIES! >
I gloiiti"d the saint, SH'U! fh.\t Ili pererCiaiuUus ttiii-u-! did my duty when I held the office I elation; f"' -
rulei.i :>8 tim.' With Diaz ::;spres'dnit ; _n,..._ __ : fieery kit.I coi-iI.ration" fme
be U'l.iv. !f I am tVcted a"ain 1 shall viwe an in lh.; ClIr.bal"I
J vh<> cai.ctd hir.i to 'iruty.ed. i-ast. and solicit >o i-
tivMea> somo jieae; anyway I "-"ra' !, ancl conscientious dUchan-e of the i i.hail .
I port m t6 forthcoming dtmoc'atie
We keep Fancy Crackers. Dried Fruits Coffees of : Pr'Bjelietion >
hr was able ticruh his; oppon; wa:: worse than Fran six Villa; '! ; -, of tho office. T. J. DEKLE. I ql the office of County Asse o *j|

t'ntfh'I' Hiaz there was anarchy : pointed; out !'o\v Valentine 1'ay i is .stillcelebrated different brands and Canned Goods. FOR ,I Ta\t o'id! I airain be e'ltted J<*"
COMMISSIONER: : DIST. NO. Ut
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me on the job rtalv to live
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and the condition has .steadily grownwor.se. I hereby announce. that I am a candidate for Lest MrviAe if which I am capable.Yen .
Seme time ago it looked: like as Shuke>peaiv i.nd George Sand had inspect our brands of Cigars and Tobaccos. County Corn-runs oner for U.stnct: No. 1. Providerce truly,
I and I'al..stine'olinK precincts. I X. D. WAIXWRICHT.I .
t-t'lltht': name for iharacter.s in their ear-
Carranza! had been able to bring :tI nt-s-tly! solicit
the support of the voters of the
I bout some sort of order but we haveUince ; looks.K. All our goods are fresh and new goods are arriving district, pledging to faithfully!! discharve: the he-vrr.* announce myself! a candidate foiJ*j-
\ Frank Chase had! once been a. dutiis of the office if elected.J >fice ..f fu .Wesior of Bradford county. Jfject .
I had proofs to the contrary.Setting I daily by the carload. See us before making purchases j. IL.VCK\VF.LDER.: t., IHIIHmxratic I'r mary to bJ'Jf>>
the Mexican house in order candidate for justice and was called onto June 1:. 1'.1.! .. and earnestly solicit the lW-

will be business for Uncle I make the next speech. He recommended elsewhere-we can save money for If I henuy announce mystlf! a candidate for reelection of the y.-n jcratic voters at said .P1"**
costly you.
a I to the office of County Commissioner I pleiiwnif! ... -.elf.if. elected to five in K"
Sam, but it can probably not be avoided that a memorial be sent to I we haven't got what want it is to be the I for District No. 1 il'rovidence and Palestine!. i mod km'Imthful service. Respectfullv.
you
the more s-o on account of German Congress to haw the 14th of February sure on ;. During my incumbency 1 have endeavored to I' J. C BY8D-

intrigue. But we never yet hesitated put in red letters on the calendars, : way. Since we began business here our trade has and w'l'k promise faithfully, .f for re-tlected.the interest to continue of my toserve district. .I FOR'SCrERV'SOK-OF RECISTRAJIO *

to "take the white man's burden" and said it was a Iurninghame that : it to the best of my ability and therefore respectfully I am aVandidate for re-election to the **
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the post-offices in the as well been phenomenal and far above our expectations solicit! your support at the c"minl( of sui>ert.vir of registration and ,.ill *
and will not do in this instance.AVOID country )
so primary. A. H. WILLIAMS. the.t..r.- Ht thcUnlinl( primary fo'J Juppoit
as the stores did rot close on that day.Mr. I which shows that we have the right goods at the -- - -- I ,I hate eiven careful att..ntioa..........,
i SPRING; COLDS Hull had never been a candidate I FOR COMMISSIONER DISTRICT. >.O. :. I dutits v' this office in the past and w. r' '
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: Sudden changes high winds, shifting I and declined to make speech, but right prices. We are very thankful as well as pleased County I hereby Commissioner announce for myself district a candidate!No. 2 ( Lake for !I term.timie tu .;'do so if I am C elected A. KNIGHT.Ft for ao. 1i'

seasons cause colds and grippe, inst then a man came in from the this lutler, and respectfully solicit the support of -- .i'ST hLEST. L
over generous patronage. ( XO.
I th.'ot..rs of the district at the commit pri .
and these spring colds are annoying Etoniah scrub section and wanted som? I I t.i'ttel 'S' method of announcing It
mary. If elected I schane the It
promise to
I and dangerous and are likely to turn good beans to plant. Mr Hull then Goods delivered free within reasonable distances. flatus: of the office impartially and to have'I ritizinif l.aatt-y that I am a alidi ,,:
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ami for )
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l into a chronic sunrmer ('()ugh. lot such expatiated on the virtue of Valentine the ir.tertst of all the -ople al"'aya at to th.a*''.-n of the primao '......tlOaJIll It"s

rases take a treatment of Dr. King's bez.ns until the man boue-ht a whole 1C J. ht'8rt'j held i.nMun.Cth.. I re' fctru.y! ;

I I New Discovery, a pleasant Laxative peck of them. Those who attended I henby announce m>self a candidate for ; suntMjrt office if l"t-n I I'r"m tl-c'ed.se faithful J. H :LOWER.".t..... Jf' wi

.. Tar S 'rup. It soothes th? cough, I celebration report that it was: ; anentire THE YOMG. TRADlNfi. O. -C .unty( Lake Ccmmissioner tiutler and in Worthinxtoni and for District, and No.respectfully 'i I J

I checks the cold and helps beak up an success. solicit the support of the voters at FJ{ CONSTABLE DIST NO- ," j !
, attackf grippe. Its already prepared --- 'he democratic privary election to be held on I I rrsi-fctfully announce to the e"! ""*
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June Cth.: I promise if elected to gin careful stark" telnet No. 6. that 1 am a a
. I no mixing or fussing. Just ask your Now is the tim to get your straw- L STARKE Near Depot FLORIDA and conscientious! attention to the duties of for tne j>rfie. ,.f C'i.kts>,|.- -i and f I .
the office. C. A. ROBERTS. district. If I am elected I will K'xlalten'.ioptj .
for bottle of Dr. King'sNew
druggist berrv tickets.
a We print them for you J _._- the duties of the office. ;
Discovery. Tested and tried for on short notice. Good stock, low i I I hereby announce myself ai' a i JACOB J. JOH ss. ,

over 40 )'ears. ((3)) prices I date:n Commissioner's for the office District of County No. 2, tandi'l Rca the 'felegrpb-$1.50 JtIS ,


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.! nun.\, MARCH 21, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE.: FLORID. '.\GE SEVEN I

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! + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + n 1 I'eu.se>srd. The l-oundani'S of said d"trict: I Palestine at school house. Apnl H'h. l'Jt '! virtue of that cera'r final decree of f jnc tV-M andor the- hand and seal of the Town I -\\'. T. WEEKS

1i n LiieMCtltjlis 1, 2. 3, 10, 11. U, 1,5 14, 15, I to tlect three trustees and to determine the >,mare rode and rt nd.-re-d the :2"th! day I':'ir-.. b'n.r delivered in person to the local -eal i *. Clerk. t
i + LEGAL NOTICES .2. 23.: ::6. 27.Virgin ;'. amount of mila-e! to be as,,,,.eii. Manager. February. .\. D Isl*. by the ju.lg-' 01 t'i: fretet't area: : of the aid ra lway company i)j By AIL A. WEEKS.
I + + + + + ... + + + + + + + + + + <,f ,:election J. I). Thurraa. .\. 0.i. I \\'. B. Branntn. J. F. P.rannen J. D. Gamey. circuit court of tie Fivhth Judicial Circuit of rn; in tht. Toun of Star t'. Florid by': a4: -;t. a Deputy Clerk.
I ':. :i iV.. Lea is. Long 'ulve.irii 14th L!:'!16. to < iect three Honda, chancery. n favor of A. D. An- tv maiV.: of aid town within twu days | -- ---- t- -

[ SIITlfE.In r. r.. SCHEI.L. \1'U..tl't'S.. Manager b. C. Crews. J. 1:. .'. Secretary or. SUllCrUlt'nd'nt. a. llinfroe- and at.-a.nst Hamsun McNeal and .
eI'.int( uf -.i-l nf.tici to sai.1 ral I"a:; nipany I HXPTEil
(" .unu .li! all :1' ,I t'NIlfiR >tfTlOIt.: .
Stale ,.i r'sraa.' < In Probate. NOTICE OF ELECTION' three trustees and to determine the amountof will oiTerr for sale in from of the courthou-e e.c..rducr.tin. and othe'rin thane of Jsss, LAWS ( FfFLORIO.t.Notice

In r. '; thtt- "f J. :\. an>rforr ...itld them i i:I hereby pi.en chat P E frifht;
.\he.' K:. I.anjrfnrcl. Neal Wills l.and..rd. ., -. D| Horula.I the School Hoard life..?Y oran I:. B. Roberta. S. W. Duhose. n-' the Uval hours of sale on 1.1I\ay.! the .!rd ,' through the pni town of Starke jpasin j "I.ch.L-O'r of las I.. 1'Jte' No 1*'5. dat..olI
Mdurif. G cold: I.any'forJ. Juhn urtiy Lana "- ..t.clion to be hell at Thomas school 'ar..I'rLill.r.ril 1 !tho 1"16;, t.. elect thn- day of April ..\. l>, Htlt. to the highest and eSECTION FOUR I the. Ice day of Jul}'. \. t.;> t.It::. h.- tiled :said
f.ird and II. t'. ISielmnl antI .all other into r- in Seial| Tax Mi tiict No. .:6. on the tr"t! J u determine the bmount of fast bidder fur cash the fo'iowiiir discnrn-d This ordinance: shall take effect and 1 be enfoceil I| C'Hri'CIiTt. in m)' offs"'. aid ha mile application -
rotd) iaitu-: (:irHtinaYou : : .T of :'March 1111fur the diction of threetaU pullajre t"> Uae-!>-e .e n.I l :'ch of >01 are hcn''? n..Wi'd that i for the ne\t two jears and to d''ter- tfivi-. L. L. Conner. T. :'1. So'man. corner of SE'i of s\S ] and run V. 4J" ace'} :pio\al.pasrat with laix. Said certini.ia' embraces the following -
Alice I'.. l.an"cO/r.1, :i' administratrix of the ""n,- tVe amount of roillaire to toe a. sMila'm I Irnham.pril 14th 1'ilfJ, :Manager-. R.i'.olerts. Get for s-tart.nir!' poirt. thence run S .'" feet EL S. S! MATTHEW : describeproiertf situated in Bradford -
estate "I J. :\. I-anvrford. d.'Cuot'd. late of J ('le min. .1. I). Pearce and A. .\. D"U;:- W. T. Wa-dm. O. W Dja''!. '. then W11 fee-t. N 2UI '.-et.then' E 210 feet President of the Otunsilttest enunt>'. Mi>nd.i.! ti-fct : ''"m !I'ft S
P-radC".lco'nly. Klitriila. has filnl in the alavcnamed : -. artK :ntod ud man.i;:<'rs. i I New Rifer, April 14th. 1'tlfi. to elect; th-tt ,i to beginning: in S-x*. 1', Tp. S Rl Ea.-t. .\ : C. .\. Ft'Tni. Irwm Scor of Mad.son,*s and :Myrtle st-i, at
, court ..t Start.-, Bradford County Florida F. O. !SCHELL I( lru-t...s and to determine the amount of milia'i A. D AIlkl.Ns.I : Town Cler\ W side of Myrtle >t. : n'liun. S alum said st
a jwtita'n praying f<" an onlor of this Secretary and Superintendent !j to tit a,",.-*-.I. Manage J. J. Colnon. ? >e-cial Master. Adopted ly a unammoasote of the* Town 'in ft. thence WJl" '* thence N 219 ft.
court t'> '"' t-'ranti-d authorizing said jxtitionir -- ---. I,I5. I?. ("a,on. CV.. .\nd ws.I .\ S. CRExVS. Council the 7th day of March. \. D. I'JIS. I thence E :111 ft. to i>t i'f Otis in Gaskirg add
10 taker! pn".*..sion of and sell according NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR T.\': DEED I Midway. Apr 14th 1916. to li-ct three Solicitor for Compla-nantj: "-:%">:. C. A H'TI'H I I to t..r"e. S.<. _!J. TT S. 11.:2::: 1-:. The
to law, the fo'Iiminir described real .."latl'L UNDER SECTION (. OF ('Ii \I'TER'a tru-stees and to deterninethe. amo>.it of mi!- Tow Clerk. said (land U-:nir ae>..es.e.t >t the date cf the
a port-on of the assess of the said estate oft 4 S. LAWS OF FLOKIIU. Tree to l>e a.sst-.seJ Managers O .\. Thoma.- ORPIN KcE NO : .\ppn)-.('d by me this Kh day of March A. D. i issuance of such cert,t c.iV in the name of
N. Lancford, dcci'Useel ; said real estate lye t:. W. Spiers R. J. Andrews. AN ORDINANCE REQUIRING ALL PARTIES l'nl.nn\\
Notice is hereby given that C. F. and J. C. F. IICHMER.i .
1916. C.
in Bradford I'Inrida.and 1lf6. elect threetris I'nless said certificateii'l 1-e redeemed according -
fag and being county | Boatdram. Apnl 14th. to IN CHAR.E 01 TRAIN OR LOCO'IOTI"ES
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mure particularly described as follows Hooter partners as Hoover Brothers purchasers I tics and to determine the amount of mil- : PA'sSI.NC; OVER OR .ACROSS al i Mayor.NOTICE t to law tat el>...! otll issue thereon on
to-wit: the W'e-st half of muck Number One of Tax Certificate No. llfi. dated the 4th i I lace to bta "*",'d. Managers E. Moore, E CALL STREET IN THE TOWN OF ST\RKE. - the .Ith: day of \pnl. .\ .0. 1916.Witness .
of of in day of August A. D. 1913 has filed said certificate 'i official ,si-.nature i and seal thU .
in Gaskin subduision N'E'i SE'i C. Coleman M. M. (Jnffi* : n.URllJ.OS THE R\ILRO\D OF THE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED my
Section -''. Township 6, South, Range 'JJ Hast, in my office and has made applicationfor Rai Co rd. April 14th. ISIS to elect threetrustees SEABOARDIR L'NE H.lLW.CO I- I the 17th day of Mireh..i D. 1916.elv. .
tax d.'t'fto\ i issue in accordance with law. H-.nhy notice given that J. E. Futch.
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of paying indebtedness of the and the of mil- WEEK.
determine
fur the puma" a to amount t'\;; Y. TO SEND .\ 1OUTMAN OR RUNNER
said tatate. the prnxmal assets of said mate Said certificate embraces the followmif dvscr.bed lace to be assessed. Managers A. D. Andrew/. I\ FROST OK SUCH TRAINS OR L000- purchaser of Tax Sale: Certificatenuml>eredri eSeale 7 Clerk.
having been applied with a portion of the real property situated; ia Bradford county J. C. Brooks O. B. Cordon. j I MOTIVES WHEN CKOSSINI! SAID STREET *| . 50. 6 1. :5.:6. Si Mil: By .R. A. WEEKS.324ot. .
estate and the indebtedness of said estate still Honda to-wit : Lake! Butler. April 14th 1916. to elect three TO GIVE PROPER SIGNALS AND WARNING 136 and l!<3. tsued by the Tax Collector for ; : Deputy Clerk.
being unsatisfied. 1,02, Ilk! 6 in Lincoln City. Sec. 3:. Tp. trustees and to determine the amount of mite OF THE APPKOIHINC BraJf.irl County. Florida each of the said j I .__ _
TRAIN OR
1 6;. S. R. 22; Fast The said land being assessedat c"rt.ital.twinL, 'latenl the 4th day of .\u u..t
Therefore, you and each of you. and all lags to be assessed. Mangaers H. J. Stewart. LOCOMOTIVE. PROVIDING HOW NOTICE I NOTICE OF ELECTION.
other interested parties are commanded that. the date of the Issuance of such certificatein C. J. Knight. P. M. Padgett. OF THIS ORDINANCE SHALL BE GIVEN A. D. J913. has filed the said certificates in : Star ... >'la. March 6. 1916.
laying all other business aside, you will be the name of Willie Pernell. t'nlew said I lawtey. April 14th. 1916 to elect threetrustets I TO THE SAID SEABOARD LINE RULWY my oiTico and has made application for tax ', By the |I'Wf'r..l...'! u. them by the school
and aplar before me at my office in Townof certificate shall be redeemed according to law and to determine the amount of millaei COMPANY. AND PRESCRIBING PUNISHMENT d.,1 to i issue in accordance with law. The 1 Ila". of Florida. the Boa-J of Public Instruc-,
Starve. Bradford County, Florida on Thursday tax deed will issue thereon on the 20th day of I to be assessed. Managers J. H. Moon I fOR THE VIOLATION\ THEREOF. said certificates respectively[ embrace tiny following i thin of linilfonl 1 Count;, authonzes a sub-
the 3n the
ten o'clock a. m.. on said day. to show caiwo. my official signature and seal this Bradford. April 14th. 1916, to elect thretrustees Whereas, the railroad of. the Seaboard AirLine ",,*4Hi 1 at the date of the issuance of such 14th day of April. 1911i. J extend the boundaries
if any you can why I bhould not grant the the 12th day of February A. I). 1916. and to determine the amount of mil- Railway Company pa: Street of the Town of
prayer of sad; petition. W. T. WEEKS. age, t obe assessed. Managers J. V. EJ- Starke. Bradford particularly set forth to-wit : !, 4. wes half of Sections I .n.1 IK. Sectons.i.:
Florida the business station
Given under my hand and seal at Starke. ,! (Scab Clerk. \: T. B. Edwardsm.. Harrell. Count in of the Certificate No .1 embraces the NE'j of SW 26. 't". :16 and South half ft ?t-eeion '14. all in
Bradford County Florida this 23rd day of By R. A. WEEKS.21RSts Heilbronn Spnngs April 14th 1'16. to elect town.And.:. Whereas there of Section 2*. Township 4. S. R. 22 Ea--t. Township 5. South of Ka2ue !I..>. 2rt Fast in
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February A. D. 1916. Deputy Clerk.: throe trustees and to determine the amount constant sail considerable 4). actvf, a.sej Chas A. I'rmif Bnidfuni County: also! tolect three trjstees:
._ travel of and
i- __ pedestrians teams
(Sell GEO. A. GARDINER. rf. millage to be assessed. Managers N. D. automnLil'S I Certificate No. 41 embraces all of lot 11 and to determine the sirioi.it: of millage to beas.es.ed !
County Judge of Bradford County, ilorida. NOTICE OF ELECTIONS. Grin Drew Reddish J. E. J. Wainwright. the point over where said the Call said start railroad in said Townat North of railway! In Dekle'2nd add! to Lake I f ;

2.5-5t. Starke. Fla. March 6. WC. Managers can use a small sealed box with and across said street. ra."VH But!". Section 31. Township 5. S. R. 2") E. 'I Managers. Henry A'armt* Jacob Varnes and I
an opening cut in it and to bring or send the I | assessed Hattie Wil'iam-s. John P. Coffin '.
By the powers vested in them by the school And. Whereas there U constant and treat : i
NOTICE OF APPLICATION: TAX DEED laws of Florida the Hoard of Public Instruction tally shafts and returns to the* office at Starkeat danre-r of injury from r..il trains and locomotves Oirvtfcate No 45 embraces Lot I: in DeUt 1'. G. SCITELIl .. '
UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER of Bradford county authorizes sub-dis. the meeting of the board May 1st. All ; on said railroad to those passing 'b :ind add to Lake Butler! less ncht of Stcretan.l" Supertatendent.21U. i
4989, LAWS OF FLORIDA. trustees elected are required to meet the board of railroad. Section 31. Township 5, I -- '
trict elections to be held on the 14th day of ale>ngaid *\"n : THKREhORE : wy ;
Notice is hereby given that T. J. Aldermen April 1916 at the following named places : at this meeting and receive their commissions tt"1'10: : : ON5CK ;; I South Range :0. E. .\ssed lI.miWil.\ -
pureha.ser of Tax Certificate No. 96. dated the and estimate sheets to be made out for th; I \i. s--'i'I'I'
UrookiT 1J l I
to continue or discontinue the district anw."irtulcatr

I nil RHEUMATIC 1. ;
4th day of August, A. U. 1913, has 'il...! raid : to extend the! boundaries as fol- ne-x* school year. IT ORD\lS"er. L> tlie Town Council No. 50 embraces1.., of SE' ,. : I.I: )
eertificiite in office and has made F. G. SCHELL. the Town of Starke, Bradford Count. Florida. : The drawing of nitscles! the
my tppi'dtion I !o\-: i. ?o as to include all of Section 7 and 1 Sin Section tn. Township .',, S. R. 1'2:: E, I\ acre | SOI'I I
3-10-ot. that from and
for tax deed to issue in accordance with Secretary and Supe-nntmdint after going into effect of this
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Township to .. I a-s sml C L. Pee'klerificate | ness, stiffness and i-i-onizinp pain of !
ordinance
lavA'said certificate embraces the follow;: ,- elect three trustees and t<> determine the - '- as here-inafter rrO\'i led all c-n- ,.
No 61) embraciSE' of SW
scrlid property bituated in DraJforJ ciii-ntr amount of milliu-e to be asst>ssedManagers. NOTICE OF GI'ARDIAN SALE. I ductors. engineer: or others in chdrof nf NWi,. Section 2fi. Township 5. S. R. 22 Rheumatism quid ly 'jell to Sloan's i ii

Horn a. to-wit: : J. D. Baxter. J. A. Abbott. E. J. Thirty days after date hereof to-wit. the trains: and locomotives, or either eif them F. 1<> acres, assessed I'nknown i I I.inimer.t. It stimulates circulation ,
S'.. of Lot 6. >>lk 10 in Worthinpton. 3ve. V: Ward. 17th day of April' 1911I., the umlernrneda raising over or across Call Street in the --Ad: ,'' .
C-rtificate No 75: embraces W1. nf S\ ,
Tp. 6. S. R. 19 E. The said land being tsgrfsed guardian for Timer and Town of Starke! shall be required to send a i I to the painful part. iu t apply as di-
Sampson City April llth, t at the date of the issuance of sucn ct rtificate Nipin-r Minor been of 1'. footman or runn-r just in front of such trains I II the !In '
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to determine the amount of mil- Nipper de-ceaoed. acren. a.>s-tse m the name of Unknown. UnVii! raid will apply the Honorable and Itcamtate. or either of them whi'e' passing I"C,1 '
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to a.ssesM-d Managers J. F. Smith Gardiner. I No. 76 embraces E1 of SE' !
Certificate shall be redeemed over or across Call Street in said Town to time the pain gives way to a tingling J
according h l.cv. J. C. Raulerson. J. P. Hall. County Judge of Bradford Count. Florida at Section 3. Township 1\. S. R.1dE.
tax dtid will issue thereon on the 3rd ehy of Starke, April 14th. 1
Apnl. A. D. 1916. and to determine the amount of miUatrela n for an order to sell at private sale, upon or approach said railroad crossing of I "te N.. 8J embraces lot :!. Se-ction Here's proof "I hahad wonderful !
official the danger, of the approaching tram and locomotive I -
Wilnmy signature and -i-al t'lia I
lie ,assessed. Managers E. S. Matthews the one-thirteenth interest of timer Nipper !!:. Township 6. S. R. Is E. :0 acres assessed l
the 1st day of March A. D. 1916. D. E. knight, L. C. Powell. and the one-thirte-enth interest of Annie May -, or either of them I I'nknown. relief since I usel your Liniment on !1my
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W. T. WEEKS. Providence April 14th. to elect three trustees Nipper, minors as aforesaid, in the following : SECTIOTWO Cert hcate N 112::: embraces! lots 1 and 4. knee. To th.rk one application .!
(Seal I'idk. and to determine the amount of nullaire descnbe-d lands to- itLot 12 and south- That all conductors engineers or others In I j Block :11 in Worthmton. awtt-seil Unknown. I
liy R. A. WEEKS. to be assessed. Managers: J. J. Beilhntr. D. half of lot 11. Section 31 and the West half charge-l: of trains and locomotives; or either of Certificate No. lo> embraces E1of. SW1, gave me relief. Sorry I haven't space ito j

3-3-St. Depaty ell':k. J. Harden C. S. Cljatt. of the southwest quarter of section 32 all in t lh..nt.'iolatin the provisions of section one I and SW' of SE',. Section 4. Township 7. tell you the historv Thanking you ![
-- Vine Hill to elect three trustees and to tov: hip 6 south of range 2!) east, containing of this ordinance shall be punched by fine not S. R. Jrt E. l.'O acre, asst-sed D. C. M.linTirtihcate ,
NOTICE OF ELECTION. determine the amount of initiate to beas- : 10 acres more or le-ss I greater than one hut dre-d dollars, or by imprisonment No Ida embrace SEl. of NW for what your remotly has done for ;

By the powers vested on them by the School <("ed Managers Palen Colson Allen Jruen. March 17. 1916. MRS C. A. NIPPER. not exce-edir.B sixty days, or by and \\1.' of NW and SW'! ,. Section :1. Town me." James S. IVt-r-json Philada, :

Law of Florida the Board of Public Instruc- \. H. Surrency.Rjlvrts I Guardian for Ulme-r Nipper and Annie May both fine and imprisonment in the discretion I shii !'. S. I:. 22: 1-:, Jt" acm. assessed N P. Pa. Sloan's Linanent: kills :J"e.: i
tion of Bradford county orders an election lube school hou.se Apr.l: 14th 191fi. to Nipper minor heirs of S. P. Nipper deceased e/t tie! Major CauthenI'n'ess. pain.
held on the :SOth day of March. 191G. at hct three trustees and to determine the I I. :t-I:at.; I SECTION THREE i! theaid certificates shall llf' n-o.m. at Druggists. ((3): ) i

Zif school house, to vote on the establishmentof niiount of nullaire to lie assessed Manai-erx I S..tict'.f the passage and approval of this d according to law., Tax IVe-d will i"-uet' __ _' ___
a Special Tax District, to elect three trustee .". C. Duuberly! H. H. Williams C. F. AlilerT.an. : MASTER'S SALE. ordinance hall lie siven to the -.ailt'al"llir ..n..n the Jlth day of .\pr.l A. D 1'MbThi ;
and to determine the amount of millawe Notice> is hereby tiven that under and l> I.me' K.uhvnv Company bv a certified cop nth day of March 19:6. Read the Telegraph-51.50. a year. ,.

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MONDAY THE PRICE REDUCTIONS WILL BE GREATER THAN EVER ON DRY GOODS' CLOTHING SHOES LADIES' :READY TO ;
WEAR ETC. A BEAUTIFUL PRESENT WILL BE i
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Men's Worsted Suits For Only $4.95 Wonderful Showing Men's Suits $ .95 ;,




This offer has no precedent in Starke'
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bargains than in this sale of Men's Fine Worsted Suits.history. We cannot offer any greater The price making power of this store is strongly demonstrated in this wpndorful! of-


sell them at this price is a product of business circumstances Our :opportunity to own them to fer of Men's and Young Men"s Fine Suits at 895. Every man or young man ;who contem

suits that formerly sold for $10 and $12. These SLits! at $4.95 are plates buying a suit, should see our marvelous assortment we are offering jjt t this price.
Since Worsted I..

this offer should be a popular one. The of sizes is Suits are desirable at aI!! times These are exceptional values, formerly selling at $16, to $18, and tiey look ii.e tfsey were I f ;

rang complete. If IIil worth S20. The fabrics include al! the latest styles and make a very pi
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your family! OJ a friend ana we will!!! fit you cut. See these some Suits"i member of a 9 line selection These suits are tailored in a way that insures lasting: sere $10 o 9::J! I

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satisfaction. We especially urge \OLI to see these suits!! _ .. I,

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WOMEN'S:
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$2."iO, :\11ShOt'S $1.49 1 '".' "". -l\lIt IJ..bvd: Long Union Suit,1'4. ._ U.I: lot of hats gg ..: 4'C '
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Sale" Price - ; Sale Price '. 19c I ind Children's/ White Washable Sweater LM to _ \

$;}.0() Men's Shoes $ 1 89 L:1diC's'aI l Mui's- -first- -- -class- -, -hl'alt.'l't- -- - -- -!-Underwf- - -- Sale Price -u __ _ _- -___ _- _ 25 C Men's Felt Hats:
:;i'' Ladies' : 98c
I Sale Price - I Sale! PriceLelii.s' 37c Opera Capes, \'alues"$7"to"$10 Sale Price i
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$1.00 Men's Shoes Long Jibbed Drawers :1'Jc Value.- - - - Sale PncI'D -- - ( Men's Hats, all! sty.t-.sS-l !
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Sale Price 35c 5.000 Women's Waists, consistinp"of "Lawns"Madras :
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I $l.f.O Women's 49c .93 : USe and 3<>c Outing Petticoats. -- Percales. Voiles and Sateen, valued at $:!.W. Now All of our $3: and $....)*) .tlat in
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I $::1 Women's Shoes - 1.98'' : Sale, Price h __ ___ __ ____ __ __ ____ ____ _____. 1 18 c 4,0; Ladies' Skirts, $3. Values.. A Bargain. 1 every imaginable! shape, color r

$-1 Women's - t_).-19 I I' -- : Sale Price -- -- -- __ _-__ __ --_ ____ __ __ -- | ,8 9 or quality ____ -__ --t' -$1.89One I

$ISO,Children's Shoes .9". I. I 0\'" -- --- ---.--- o, --- ,. t big lot of Men's CapH. worth

I $2 Children's Shoes 1.29 I -- __ -- Toe. at this sale I h ,-. .39

All our Patent and -Plain- -Leathers ". A GLORIOUS: OPPORTUNITY. BOYS CLOTIII"'G. -- I One Lot of Men's Caps worth' !I

and Slippers and high Shoes One big lot of Children's Hose, 15c. $2.00 Boys' Suits.Sale 'I! LADIES' DEPARTMENT.We : I SOc, at __ ___u _____ : .19 I.
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1 are included in the above. Sale Price -- -- ____ ____ _____ __ __. Price S 1 .39 have made a special display in our Ladies CHILDREN'S DRESSES I I': : '
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$1. 0 Men's and Women's Extra Large Sizes will go at $3.00 arranged in an up-to-date
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Boj's Suits .
Made of I'Jrcales I '
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47c ; I Ginghams, .,
I Sandals will for Sale Price -- -- Sale $1.98 style.We I
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i SPECIALS vicinity that we must sacrifice the stock Sale Price I ments only for the Ladies, such as Readymade mg'i i I
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: 2,000 Union Made Overals QQA Piece Goods High-Grade Skirts, Muslin Underwear = 43c
OuC and that the values which we of $7.00 Blue! Serge Norfolk 0 Sale Price !
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I Men's 50c Drawers. duplicated. ----------------------Q Coats, Etc., and you will find every ark j $1.50 IQ7;' "
39c I $8.00 Blue I SIP' 0f C i iMEN'S
Serge Norfolk!
Extra. tide marked in plain
i Sale Price _-___ ___ -4,98 figures and at prices that ------ -- ;
I Yard Wide Bleaching. I MEN'S CLOTIIIXG Sae"nee __ _ w'pIE'asl''ouall! : You aYre cordially: invited FURNISHINGS. I i
'! 7c $1.50 Men's Pants. $10.00 High Grade"Talior Made. to look and examine this I : ,
Sale Price _________ department. '
; $Ja98 lOc Men's Handkerchiefs ..0.115c
i Cambric; I Sale l rI 93c Sale Price __ ___ __ ______ __ 100 dozen Ladies Black Hose, lOc seller. I }- I

o Worthan 8c I ?2.50 Men's eI--t-------------------- Sale Price ____ 7e 0 I.en'sIlandkerchitfg.f .071 ;
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Men's I >Sale Price __ 50 dozen Ladies' Silk! 50c Hose :
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I I Sale Price ,19c $3.00 Men's Pants. Skirts Shirt Department ;complete. We have Sale Price _________ ____________ __ I ,; 25den's Su'penders.14 I:
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Men's 15c Socks. Sal Price -. --- ---- .--- -- -- $1 89 arranged so you can see the price 25 dozen Ladies' Silk 50c Hose. 0 0 I Sac Men's Suspenders .. .19-
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7 C $4.00 Men's Pants. )yourself. to your interest to come and Sale Price -------------------------C ; ti
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Sale Price ) I 75 c\fensSuspenders ..<. .37 .
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Men's lOc Hose. S full Skirts. GO pieces very nice Bleaching and Cain0 I 2 Men's Belts j____ __ _?. .19'I '

I Sale Price - - 4c .1 $5.00 Extra Value Men's Pants. Sale Price$1 49 brie, worth l2l. ______________ ___ DC ", I 75c Men's Belts -----__ _; 2% I :
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I.adieis I5c Hose. Sale.: Price ----- ---. $3 I 450 Ladles 50 pieces of the best Quality Bleaching and loc Men's Half hose .. i .07
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Sale Price 7'I $800 Tailor Made Extra Full Peg. $3.50 Value. I -- - -- $4 98 Sale Price .. ___ _ _ __$ liO J Q : :
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.1 Sab Price 9c : 25 pieces good calicoes, some in the $ Seller. $2 39 $1.00 American Beauty Corsets 25c Neckwear _____ -- -:- ..1450c !I ..
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lJanckl'rchiefSLadies! Shepherd Plaids, Worth 84. ------ 35 Ladies Skirts $5.50 Value. | Sale Price __ ____ ______ __ __ ____ JjC : Value Silk Hose :- .19. "

: !I Up From :. 3c ; 40 pieces nice quality Bleaching, yard Sale Price $2 8 91 Wl' have a Special Counter loaded with some 35c liens Neckwear -- ? .19 j
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Handkerchiefs wide, worth lOc yard C I Bargains in every grade and design 0
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f -- .- -- --..- \ other DjJdi;! .it.:' caught but with ca'e I r 'I : ,

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crCounty I l'oi. Trt-by t B. PinhoUtir.! v\'m .Lint i'

News Items ell Ut.i.miir' at La.rM> i'. a .C\\ j I I SOMETHING NEWz:

clay, ha. letu'-ned home.

M1.f.. f. Reaeas a visitor in .. 1
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Interesting Facts Gathered During the Week by Our Brook-'L' Siruiay.! .i
Mi> Edith C"lo"by has been \'iriiirl ;

Regular Correspondents in h'tarke for several day! A

\. .Mr. W. E. Pinholster has hu ho:i < HAVE AN OAK FLOOR FOR YOUR:BEST ROOM GR HALLWAY-- i

hold! iu! piturt puiked and will !leuv rr J

,., . I ., .. .. within a few days for Hastmjrs.ncn
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:' : !o !' !o" ,. ! ! will be his future tom "OAK SURROUNDS" DOES IT. F
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JIIGHL.\ D. WATEROAK. '!'
: palling done on his house on )b:.:
u r 0 NO THE COST IS SMALL. : !

,;, > !' !. '!> .y !'- !> !' '!) street. .
Mr. J. F. Hazen was a business .1' ;
Services were held at the Highland :Miss Dora Clark was a visitor to .
itor in Starke Monday -
I5.ptist church Saturday morning and Lautey Friday.Mr. : :
i Mr. T.. O. Lynn, our famous hunter
night and Sunday morning by Rev and Mrs. Charles Wainwri,;ht
and has caught a great: manyof
James Strickland, of Welborn.Mr. came to Mr.: Wainwright's father 01Tuesdi trapper :
the small fur \bearing animals near
J. R. Padgett, a popular knightof y. They think it probable that here and in connection with this Mr. Quigley Lumber & Supply = O.
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taro grip, of Jacksonville, was a' they: may make their home with him. Lynn states that he has killed quite a

business visitor here Thursday. I Among those who enjoyed a grand! z
few wild cats and would appreciate
Messrs. G. Wilkinson and Max sermon on "Immortality," ably Jelivcied -
ofgenerous
"a or fatted calf" from any
Wimberley were visiting friends at by Rev. James Strickland at pig farmers. Starke Florida !
hearted
Stark II Mr. and Mrs i the :: ,
Sunday.Mr. Highland Sunday, were
j Miss Theima Ward was visitingI ::
W. E. Boone, of Jacksonville, J. D. and J. 0. McCormick, ofhi: i } '
friends in Lake Butler Sunday. '
was a week-end visitor to our burg. section. I S I Oink' #
Our scribe paid a visit to the
Mr. C. C. Butler, of Jacksonville, Rev. L. A. Donnelly, of Starke, .111- hole last Sunday morning. This sink --- .
spent Monday at his "dog farm" east cd his regular appointment here at -- -
which known is located a- '
of here. I the Heilbronn church Saturday and: l bout four is widely miles east of here. Many ; : -L
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; GEN. GRANT SAID
Mrs. Fred Lang and Mr. .
Richard I Sunday.Mr. tories and de...riptions have beep ff "
Lang returned Monday from a : Jesse Reddish, ot" Lawtey. wasa ; ,
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written in regard to sink ,
of several dl: '; with friends in JliksOIlille. visitdk to Mrs. Clark this week. I 1
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I believe that anyone visiting this place' "LET US SMOKE IN
Several friends and relatives of >h':.:; R
{ would be well repaid and could say 1 '' / 77SCW
Mr. and Mrs. John :McCormick and! i section visited Mr. L. I.. Supp, of tars; WORLD NOT IN THE NEXT:
that it is one of the most interesting ,
Mr. red Mrs. J. O. McCormick, cf Vanderbilt section, who is seno'i-l.\! '
I Iltfroak. I places within the orders: of the state.The i
\\': were visitors at the homeof ill. :
church
::er..k.t the Baptist S
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Crews Sun Misses Maud and Susie Sapp I:1\1 : Smoke the Old Reliable
i J Sunday. by Rev. A. J. Pinholster ?f f
day. Miss Fanny Crews also the Mi.oe;; '

P. I* Clack and J. B. Padgett, of i iVorman, of Vanderbilt, atterded the I were Mrs.well Annie attended.Simmon.who has beenquite ; j"A. P. H."

Gainesville, were !bu.-hess: visitors to services at the church here last Suvdav. : i CIGAR:
ill forevtral days, i. much bet-i
cur burg Frid.iy.R. ter. I CONTRACTOR ANDBIILDER

C. Pad-rett pelt Sunday with )11'. and :Mrs. J. (). McCormk; ;!I Mr. R. X. Dowhng: a progressive ( A Pure Havana) \: =- u.__ .__ --.. .
- friends and relatives at Gainesville were busr.essisitors; to Starke Tu? '
:farmer living rear Graham was attending -
' Mrs.: Hattie Butler, of Jacksonville, '
day.The to business here :Monday. PLANS AND ESTIMATES
arrived to spend some time strawberries are again beginning -
Wednesday
I 1 Mr. J. M. Groover; rude: a' flyn; Made by the
with her parent. Mr. and Mrs. R. I>. to look prosperous, after a lan!r
trip Alachua Monday.: FREE OX APPLICATION
. Prescott.Mr. spell of pestilence! from the birds and! .
< Several anticipate attending the .
J. B. Padgett is having ground cold weather. I '
picnic at the Cotter Por.d School Mousse STARKE CIGAR COb
broken to plant sixty acres of cottonat
; .' .- ; ; .N ;' ;' ;'- :' :- :- ; : ;. .;, Saturday, the '!:ith. I
his farm two miles! west of here.
>a Prof. A. I!. Shaw, by covering hi:-

, Quite an unusually large acreage of 1.\WTEr. I ) .' !' <'lon plants, protected thunfiom GEO. L. MASSEY. Prop., '. .
for this section. ,
cotton > ti ih' frot the latter part of U-t STARKE FLORIDA. .
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Mrs. A. M. Van Dyke! is entertain- 'l'i
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GRAHAM.: : in!r her cousin :Miss Caroline M. Fagin Rtp,ir: of the condition of th; iNn. : BOX 312 ;
.. .. i of Cincinnati Ohio. Miss Faziii : oar:'r. at Stark, in the Slav of F"! i i I I. :,\ i. '
the cK-c of busints-s March :th..9' ; 1 J!
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pretty !bad and the stnivvLerries i Eat: Codit. sr'jntjr and municipal bond. t.. ...., :

:. tht were not c'er'I'e injured. Prof. Marcus I.ro'a"a? a visit ':' t'unkin: house, furniture. and fixture'Other -. -J!',;'.-:.- .'."S t t IT -- ---- ____ -=_ ---=-h _"} -- ----

i :o Gee!.'n Cove Springs l. st FruJay.Rev. ( !atm. rall nd other tate-.iu"ci----- -'-> --- -' i + i .
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I" Tire i lot of b '. : 0. visitor to ; (Vim : ,. ''' : ;tail.- .l! .- + 40 ae< ..'< o.i. Lav-ley and /1...ke +: I
? quite a !'ipiK' i R. Wright was '.i loll',. .ncu. .1.i in rse: of sickness or accident! A few. minutesor
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hand :-.4"
? Our community! was saddled! hstv.vtk : )'Ii: sm.a J-rk5l1!! left th" first of< Count)or\ar""rt i ::.; .',," 2 + Lawtey. + an hour: : or so-the time you can save by telephoning -

by having two that1-! Mr. V.'ilJ lf l- I :10 we.'k tafield school at Midi'nnMi. Total ___ .-_ _-___-_ .- -._ ,;,::7-j; : + -:> acres ..,! Lawtey ;.nd! Ilisrh-" -may get the doctor in time to check an '
J* lie Cole died en the 14th. lie was t.>'. : .-.' Lcuiebollo ll'owna" a'j-;, Li..hiltie. + lewd! road "Nutiora!! Highway.: + illnecs; to iif
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I ,onatuck! paid in __ __ -Cann"; '" .to One-half! mire nuith of depot.cJOO + perhaps save a tAt
< rhan: lioy 1 with Mr. T. L. O de:1. On i.or to Staiko Monday.! i! -- -
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t !leaving several brothers and sistersand I i Jatkso.i: weie transacting business ,. rime lash.r'chicks rtirimtts" of outstanding deposit ___. ..____..1J."1J'".I...1...' .tI' :20 acres o-i I'lwteand lih- + value. I

P a hot of friendto; mourn her i ii Staike last Friday.Mr's. Vii!.. t'arable ---. -..II", ". r land road, "National Highway." + ,
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|l loss. Oar sympathy goes out for they; W. II. Miner, of Starke. has + One mile north of Lawtey. About + But you will use it every dad t
Tom! _,_ _ -ti:7:
p boio\vd: onos. The remainsere laid t Icon spending sincral days with relatives I state' .if FI.- rida.! Court of' Bradford- .. + six acre cleared. $t'-i:00 cash or + Have one in your home or business.

rj t o-est in the Mount: Sinai ('enwtt'ry.\\ in: Lawtey this week.! I. Ted II. Halliitan.: Cashier of the ub.n. + term +

R IJev. B. l>y;.1! performed the last sad Miss Amanda Wainxvright Mt jfew t I! nar.-td, bank. il" -i'leninl wear that ,the :>':'''',' + L. II. HILL. +
; 'r'-it "1'' nt i> true to the lust of lilY l noarneraid "SERVICE FIRST"
&. rites. I tUys ago for Pier.son, where she I..Ii..f.! I to Lawtty Florida. tFi MOTTO.

f.' Prof.C.. Crews is teaching a '.\'ill! visit relative i TED II HVl.L'.V\! ; ,. + +

'.: nCmal! course at Graham; : and he is I Miss Bertha Lawrence, of Jackson ,I 5,1.1.1..1 )Inaa.. .n t.. U ft-<' nu la-. "1"' + + i iI.
the registration officer at Graham and .i'.lo.i spent the wet-k-ei.d with her I .. I"I .Ia"t Vlaich.. 1":': + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Lawtey Telephone Company
I V S l'1tE11a
p.. we? hope; that all voters will see him' parents.Mr. : :\..',. V <' 3

f a*:d roster i in the next two weeks! W. l t. Strickland was trai.sai-t- ,, i'(." :: :. V I H.MK I : C. Wooten, Manager
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|: athe time will be out then. : i.w bu.,':nes.s in the I Raifurd scctioF :' V \I !> \}WY HANDY MEDICINE L- t ;
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Jr I:(\'. R. C. Davis filled his regular idav. .\ H rKKKVlANc: i .

I apnoir.tment! here last Sunday. I Ii Mr. J. P. Edwards (.f Jatksoille -- rr SALTS EM TOO .

neB. T. Rape 1 of Waldo, preaches '.n\. in I':iwtey last Frid.iy.Mi .

every fourth Sunday at :3 o'clock at :. M. I:. Edwards and little Mis, RUB OUT PAIN / (

i t the Methodic church !i ii Mabt-1, of Gainesvillewere\ guests of ViiiIyi JD'BUWHAXS*
I : relatives in Lawtey FridaEdward \ with good liniment. That' 1 Dr. E. F. Sniitlj

i . .. .. ... ,. and Laurie Edward ,'arm'up the surest way to stop them mssst+ ,
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" c; ,. '' from Gainesville Friday\ and w ,-'',' The best rubbing liniment .e 5 ',Wi14
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Chi-ro-prac-tic Specialist
HAMPTON.: _
l guest. of relatives i"itil Sunday.) r1_ I
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t p- 't !' !' .!> !' !' ; ., .. I II I IJ old The daughter: sad d" ath of of:MGand the little Mrs.ix-p'a"-(Donei MUSTANGLINIMENT h g ____ I ATTHE"I :

Prof. F. G. Si hell of Lake Butler: '' I
)Fc ?yth occurred !last Thursday COMMERCIAL: HOTELIN
was :visitor here Monday and Tuesday Jacksonville while undergoius 3 2.ia-.n l: _
J; : an oju-r _
INTEREST OF HIS HOME
THE OFFICE!
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I' I ation for appendicitis. The f'itu'alwas ? YiOiiN hEatllif: .

I If- h. M. King, of Brooklyn: was hereTuesdij. hf-ld Friday at the horny of M' It !ILN SIGiNC! 1632 LAURA STREETJACKSONVILLE ;
7tIltalarrttgl
'. 1 I and :Mrs. Dickerson and the body! interred !' C FLA. j
I N. Jacob?, of Philadelphia, spent apart e .eu nMer M I
t in the Kingsley! lake! : cvintRev. '" moeef
, of the past week here. Ilymond:11' l'klal'i \\achiipe > Good for the Ailments of t. I I ce SULTiTIO! AND ANALYSIS.= FREE.
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i T. M. Cauthcn of Waldo. was a bus- wf the s >nic"s.Mr. Horses Mules Cattle Etc. rE N1 J
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r II.(.-a visitor here T ur.-J a''. i W. 1: !. I -'lhil':1.! > :' ht's: ito l\: I"J' to
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: I.: Mrs. 11. C. IVelman. of J.I'ksonj11I" .-i-::ol' Stat.ion; :' i'.i\: i t \,.> Good for your own Aches, "! .. -, o, . + .a . ..
lectured! to the ladies of theTantUt Pains, Rheumatism '" t'G.Ie1ay I lie v. '..".... '{j:,'" 4
Sprains /1\\ .
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I t'I !PK-I: P.uL'-tt. rf .\ :
:Mr. a; : -: : : ,:r -. v r l't:rTFj
t church Tuesday.!: She was the i 'ho"Wfi'e ale: ,. t> of rdativ.ri Cuts, Burns, Etc. ...'(' _.. 'JJ_I, 't :, "" ', .!o....- ,'; ? 7Rotvf. tld's Caj'r f.

?". t-st e'f the l local aid society while i ,,f the ,'k. 25c.
the first 50c. $1.
iI l.-toy: wee At all Dealers :- I." t .S >
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lai\ I 1iDRM NcaE'ASTFJEKTO! .- .. i ;i'i.t Id U j '

Stafford E. 1 Ionian has accepted an I .. .' !' j> :' '. .. .. !' ..n . COTsNU1ES' I 'I1i.: .. ,.' .,.. is f/v p/cce for l

Butler: I :. .i rib, ..... ..... ..,)" .I- .. j
, rpiufor the Lake Bakery \ .... :
. FOR SALT; : Tirato :.1 k < r:. CATTl.ESHE'EP.A.lJ :S I '=.\r'v" --., .- &; 0 Good Meals t '
.r.d now occupies a stand in the Maxwell : IfflOOKEK.Mr _:
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block.! : :: I i.oou. E. C"11; Hai-:pi\ i 1"1. SOLD ON A DUARANTEl: !I ,r.t' Wc cur-- all, the :: --- ---- .

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V. R. I'r 'vatt has moved his baiberto : '' i' IS' -' :i __ DROP BRICK IN FEED BOX t >s leading and ,lane ti1Cenu includes all the delica- ;

! B. Shaw: b.\ :, IT WILL DO THE.REST ,
! : -hcp the Hagan building, opposite < A. accompanied :J bl'da'neth' that .

1 i the post office. He has the advantageof :Miss Agnes Wilkinson was visiting I' COFFINS CASKETS 1 have bceii tested and .. c/es p//Ae season11eaL i '. I

; a large plate glass front and has th? formers relatives in Alachua r.\I WHAT OTHERS SAY Known to be adaptedto '. '.. .I

I & added all necessary fixture to give county last Saturday! and Sunday. I And a full line of rieue ship DS SALT five cases BK1CK.BLACKMAN'SMEDlCATtD Rush this our soil and climate e at all hours ;

up-to-date service. Mr. Roger Williams, whose home is I Undertakers' Supplies ihipment. It Is giving entire satisfaction to We can now make Ii
I our trade and sale are increasing every 1
& Mr.Vatterson has just closed a in Mississippi, is here visiting his Uncle I da,. We can't lay too much fur it. immediate shipment Try Our |
I hand. The 1
Always best
makes him of the T. R. Collins and family.Mr. on ser- HUTCHISON. SEIIORN & HIPP. '
. that
trade owner of all the seasonable
Charlotte N. C. Jaa. 21. 1911. 3
"ice the lowest
i r t city water plant. It is generally understood : and Mrs. M. P. Matheny and at prices. Special I Sold by J. W White & Son. Newell B. Hull. rep seed. C ii Sunday Dinners |
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attention to orders. l
I telegraph
, that lighting plant will be
I
a Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ward motored to SEED '

I 1 added in the near future. the State Farm Sunday. :
Registered Embalmer '.' Please order Sunday
N
POTATOESSpalding's : your I.
I The of telephone exchange
rumors a Miss May Clemons, who has been M }
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I Il are still current, perhaps in the near Glen St. Mary's for sometime No. 4 ,
teaching at DeWITT C. JONESSuc'sr I ; meals/ /the day before | i

1 I t" future. has returned home for a short to G. C. Livingston & Co r i I Rose Early Red ij f 1 ji

! The union meeting is being Bliss Triumph. tt
prayer Starke Fla. i ) 5 /if: possible :::! j
; well attended, and is a much talked stay.Mr.. G. B. Colson has purchased a SEED !J' 1

, t of factor in our social circles. Ford. J CHEEK-NEAtS
new PEANUTSNo. C. y4. Rowand I: {;
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, r Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Prevatt spent Miss Viola Rolerts, of LaCrosse, ]

l Sunday at Theressa, the guests of was the guest of Miss Mary Collins 1 North Carolina it.. ]
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'' friends there. Sunday. General InsuranceI and the small j : ProprietorFlorida (0). r I

Mrs. J. L. Scotten made a flying One of the negro shanties belonging represent none but FIRST COFFEES Spanish :Two Millet Crop.Natal ; ; I :. .!. .! .!.!+; .
i' trip to Starke Wednesday. i Seed Corn, -
CLASS companies and will be -
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:\11'. and Mrs. A. J. Strickland! of $100 Reward, $100 I Grass.
the alert .Best Test RhodeGrass
constantly
on to
By Beggarweed,
Lake Geneva, were on our streets on Tha readers of this paper will be promote Every
leased to learn that there IS at least ona your interests. Guarantee Chufas, Kaffir
; [ Wednesday. dreaded disease that science has been i I
I Mrs. W. H. Jones, who for the past able ta cure In all its stages and that is I I courteous treatment to all pa- ..... i Corn, Cowpeas, Ve1"etBeans
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the onlypoelU'e trons. A well written 0 Upland and,
of her sister policy bya
month has been the guest -
cure now known to the medical I l I Ric,
F Mrs. Dr. Middleton, left for her fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional first-class agent in a first- COMER L PEEK 0 r Lowland Seed
disease requires a constitutional treat Tomato PlantLiv'F
; home Wednesday morning meat Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally class company sometimes means 0 Florida Real Estate, Land and 0 ingston Beauty and

Irs.lcE'er, of Graham, and her and mucous, acting surfaces directly cf the upon system: tha, there-blood much in case of loss by fire. r' Famous John Baer.

sister, Miss Gregory, were business by destroying the foundation of the disease : 0 Timber Expert. 1' I' I Write for Free: Lii-
and giving the patient strength by H. C. RICHARD StarkeMrs. :1 0 IiIC.H.MARTIN,--
visitors here Tuesday.Mrs. ,
arsisMu
anJ
r building up the constitution ?
I 1
: S3 Experience at Starke. .
Tho proprietors years s
work.
tature: in doing Its
: Wm. C. Hammerer, of Phila have: so much faith In its curative powers .1 SEED C V1

., dMphia! is the guest of her sister, for that any cose they that offer: It One fails Hundred to 'cure.Dollar Send E. Strong and daughter, Mrs. ACKSONVILL ,fLCR oA. 2Jar

Mrs. J. Vernon Jones. for 1'st! cf testimonials. Mary Sheldon, and Miss N'orene Shel-

Mrs. Bclen J. Johns died at 2:30 I AJJrcss. r. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, Chi p foil r-, all Prnpeisti, 7>. a get important Iational'i J. R. DAVIS & CO. 4
'\ m., Vicdnesdsy of tuberculosis. Take Hall's raculy rUb tar C0U5t1 &U:1. trip on the East coast. state, county news in the I Read the Telegraph -$1.50 ye 4J

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