Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 7, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02015
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1 I DEATH OF J. W. HULL : BERRY SEASON CLOSE SOON *;:-Ti, "7/\r"iV J X77\TV <*1 '
JAPA41NTEPSro \ : I II i VILLA IS STILL I ("f.HI ''' < h $ '

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Veil Known Former Starke I Too Much

HOLD NEVVPOSSESSIONS\ : Man Obeys Final! Call. | liESERTS' VAS REPORTED I V v VOUNDEDI !? Heavy Dry Season WeatherHasBeen With / ft 1.0011.l'it "O'r_. Wl 1y" IITh

Large Shipments. .:

: ..JollIY. Hull!! age .i't va1ili'd: j -
Two Between the I!Dod-i! niun-b"l\ fifty-live! mile- in s'v.ePr. BUSY SESSION!
late Friday nijl-t at th? family 'S-I: | Engagements J
.' ; 'n: ; hours; and tarried on the PLANT CITY.Iu''h: :;l.-Strawberry '-,
('CH'I" ;; ):,() Montana tivet, altein: j J fightI 1
Americans and Villa Troops '. I : .
illness! of some duration. IKvMj-cii '! >I' five hours. u-ceipts during the past week''
i itare ,
I "Kli.seo H'rl aIHi'z, w commanded, held! u>> !better than had been anticipated '!
to E1':1'0\ levcn" -. the Past Week.
year.; c a'SOtfl.fliel During
SOUTH SEA ISLANDS SHE :, (' by his family. j ji ,Villa t rooVaii killed in the fight. exceeding the receipts of last BOOKS TO BE KEPTOPENUNTILFTRSTOFMAY

: i With Villa disabled, Lo- week by more than lotJu ,
CAPTURED FROM GERMANY i i lie Was in the employ of the L. S. | a-
|I| mail service until Hill: when he re-j j VILLA' STARTED REPORT .\V... v.oundod and Hernandez dead the though it had ('en expected that the I

.administered i is .serious receipts this week would show falling ---- .
i ; \ : a one to a .
; igned to into the general !
Has No Intention of Giving; ('p Croup; : Villa'.s l-and." oil" of at least ten thousand quarts.! Kk'cticn Ui..tridI.:1' l2: Was Created
lingoU3ine :;
of Wands Between Hawaii |i A widow anl;! two daughters living The war department patchcs ;ay A totj.1 of !0l2:: quarts made up the I With Theressa A*, the Polling
Dcdd's Surprisid the information of the week's! shipments, valued to the
I Ca\alry, Numbering 1 disorganizedVilla t
and the Philippines.SAN" in El Paso, survive him while i Brother PIac|
1 \ to lie err at SS,111.20.: ro\\-I
troops jippcaietl assembling I .
t tI and .-ist'l' reside in Florida. Body of ;500 Mexicans: and ;
will I i in the Uppl'part of the San lateo'allt.y Prices for week declined, as.. ---i
I I The funeral th"
be hl'ltfrom\ I
FRANCISCO, April ;.-That late home at 2::! II For Ten :Miles Into :Mountain1 ly planning immediate pursuit. to press Monday asul! yesterday, the top
Japan is cononizing and apparently intends noon. Rev. C. L. Overstrect of the met April :>, with a',J members pres
to retain the South Sou Island.; ''Fir.t Presbyterian church, of which I Four Americans V4Uflthd.Since I the advantage of his initial victory.Secretary price loping IV last. Friday, the genfial -, ent. } \

captured during the present war from Mr. Hull was a member, will conductthe Baker sent his congratulations daily range for the week being I Minutes of last nvM adopted.The .
I Generals Fuiiston ami to fioni ten to fifteen cent with
to an average -
the Germans, was a statement made funeral ser ices. Interment will I I committee r.iointed|'( to investigate -
here by Dr. Frederick Starr, professor be made in the Coneordia cemetery.El .- our last writing there ha.1- !been I Pershing."Isn't for all bet lies shipped during i into the maW* of the Newman

of anthropology University of Paso Herald. something doing in the pursuit of Vil- ] that si-pat!" exclaimed Secretary ; the week of between twelve and thirteen I children reported tl.t I the relatives

Chicago, who is en route to Chicago : la. The following patd\ brought I' Baker. cents. preferred not ti> hive the children

today from the orient after six months joy to American hearts: j I Yes, it was great. General: Dodd Shipments by days s.nd the value placed in the children's home, and it
I John Wilfred Hull was born in I and his soldiers did hel'oieork, of of each day's shipments, follows: .
Korea. ordered
work in and to
research Japan Waynesville, Illinois November 18th WASIIHGTOXlaJ''h: :31.-General was llacvhem o nthe pen-
said Dr. Starr "has which their countrymen may well be Quarts Price sion roll at each P-r
intention $2 month.
"Japan, no Pershing through General Fun- I
1871 and died in ,E1 Paso, Texas, on pioud. The American horses were Friday h_U_ ___13,700 $ZHil.OUI :
of withdrawing from the Lad ston reported today to the war depart Ordered that Lenimith's: name be
March 11th 1916.
and showed
still comparatively fresh Saturday 11,840 1,77(5.00( )
rone or Marshall Islands which she i ment that he had found General Villa n dropped from pensi'* roll.
I Mr. Hull, with his parents, moved to I great endurance. In the joy of the I Monday _____ ____15,024 1,632.:
has taken from Germany and which lie: with 500 Guerrero. In The death of JacBraden\
troops near a pauper,
i Starke in 1878, and here grew to man- moment this dispatch was sent out: Tuesday _____ ___ 8,496 1,147.06
about midway between the Philippinesand ; ;, hood. During the Harrison adminis- fight with Villa's troops thirty Mexican being reported, $7.5i was appropriated -
Wednesday ____ 4,128 536.64Thursday I
for burial .
She has under
Hawaii. already killed General Pershing exponst.l .
tration he were re
assisted his father in his
I ____ _. 4,884 6: 4.9Z
taken expensive schemes with refer ( duties as postmaster, and in 1893 went ported. Four American privates were WASHINGTON, March :31.-With ; l Ordered, that Le lard Altman be .

ence to the postal service, telegraphsand I to Jacksonville and entered the Unit- injured but none seriously. Two ma- Villa's main command shattered by ': placed on pauper rol'jat' $2 per month.
Totals _____ ___ ,
I 1 I 60432: 8,111.26 I
cables of these possessions. She | cd States mail service. chine guns, many cavalry horses and Col. Dodd's cavalry dash, the war department I Justice bond of A;! C. Conner, for .j
With the weather
is sending settlers in quantities to Mr. Hull was twice married, his. much ammunition was captured by the I II [I expects that the death or continued dry the district No. 11, was, / ppr\'ed. : .,
, them." I' Capture of the bandit leader himself berry season is rapidly drawing to a.1 I W. P. Pitts aphorized
to make
I first wife being Miss Rose Valz, of I Americans. The attack was a surprise close and another week two will : was oil-
Lawtey. To this union was born two on the Viila forces and culminated -I I and the successful conclusion! of the or I repairs on the Ila i )ton and Waldo
probably close the "
BLACK CREEK UNION. daughters, :Misses Rosemary and Jennie j I in a running fight in which they I American punitive expedition to rid further north season, to as points in road, cost not to eX'l'ed $10. 1

Hull. His second marriage to were driven for ten miles: into the northern Mexico of his raiders will I are beginning ship Petition to ereat'election district '
The Black Creek Union \\;Icon\ Miss Fanny Adams, of Boston. In mountains northeast of the railway I follow more quckly than it had at first heavy quantities, and in the local growersare with No. 12, with There5.i."for voting place,
handicapped competing
vene with the Mt. Zion church on Fri- 190.: Mr. Hull went to El Paso, wherehe where they separated into small been anticipated.The I was granted. 'lc

day before the last Sunday in April. resided until the time of his:; death. The fight took place about 6 bUl1dS'I' frVe-hour running f fight in which II i these points owing to the heavier I-" Notary public borl of N. 1). Wainwright -
tl L.1 portation charges from this
Rev. G. A. Prevatt has been chosen While in that city he engaged in business March 29, near Guerrero and the i-e- Dcdd's outnumbered trfcopers killed )i approved. | r

to preach the introductry sermon. I as a contractor and built many port came from the San Geronimo Villa'.. chief lieutenant ard many of I, place. The :season; as a whole hasbeen I I I State pension cla''is of Mrs. Ad.-

Friday I beautiful homes, and by his business:; ranch. Villa was:; not present during i, his men with only four of their own I I II considered a very successful one, dison approved. %
and has been the heaviest
11 a. m.-Introductry sermon.. I ability and stainless character gainedthe the ('n'cunteand reported to boi I number slightly wounded, took place I I I season in j' Petition for chanof/ Lavtty and '

1:30 p. m.-Subject, Periodicals"Do respect and friend.ship of many in suffering from a broken 1 leg and a lame forty-eight hours before the lews'' the history of Plant City. Up to the Highland public roai| granted. I.
reached Wa hinj/.on.; } officersuio ; I I dote of last night a total of 1,533,326: : I! Notary A. Z. Adkins .
we as Baptists need a cheaper that city. I hip. I Al'trty I public bon.iof

paper to circulate in our homes ?"-T. II I Mr. Hull leaves to mourn his loss a General Funston'.s dispatch froi.i ,:uro that -iu-e tlio fight heavier I)II I quarts of l berries, netting the growers' approve JI

M. Carter, first speaker. i wife and two daughters, :Misses Rosemary i Fort Sam Houston forwarding! General ; forhave: tome up to support the :I $: 12RS.W: ., had \been shipped from I I I Resolved, that th-**'. board will not

Evening subject, Temperance and Jennie Hull! a sifter, Mrs. Pershing's d'spatches. follows! : ying columns and other actions may I(I Plant City.DEA1 : in the future pay f<',*' blanks, etc., fort

"'What should we do as church members -I J. S. Brown, of Starke and a brother.Mr. "San Geronimo; I Ranc'i, March :;<11--1' li:.\ followed of which nothing was 1 t e county judge's I 'J'iee.

to be temperate?"-Chas Wain-i :N. U.! Hull also of our trm'n.1 'j Colonel I Dodd I struck \ la'! command J JI !tflOvfl here tonight.Viile ) II 01'MIJ.: J. J. SI'AKKM: i j jHie I I Ordered, that theifyilection! of ta'cs :;-

right, first speaker. i: :\ .I1Y friends and acquaintance. I consisting of ;"iOO; men at I'Ot'aim'h \ it was known that n detachment for 1913 be oxt'::.ued to May I, t'

Saturday i,I here remember: Hull as a ChrHItian JO I at (iul'lTel'O."illa, who! is suffering of oar cavalry was following the : many friends of :Mr. James .J. 1'JIC.! (;. J,

Morning subject-"Why is tho spiritual -i': gentleman of splendid character'and : : I from a broken I leg and! lame hip | tracks of the cart in which th": crippled -1 I pll'mUln! were shocked Wednesday J I I"The above is a -pHsiii of the transactions :; II ,

condition of the church neglected ,!'! untiring incrgy in his business, I was not present. Number Villas l'l l j jK'l'v.n Villa was riding groaning ;at e\- I afternoon at the news:; of his sudden of the commissioners' April

? How can we improve the condi-I\anti I the Tdig'-pph extends rinc"e I to !he thiity. probably! others ]] cry jolt and cur.-ing; hi.; ft'n'I'y-- (1'\itii. which took place shortly !before meeting, the county erk's office having "

tion ?"-U. H. I,{'e, first speaker. sympathy to the \bereaved family. I carried away dead. .1 D.-dd! captnmlj j loda" confide" that the capture of 3; o'clock. Heart trouble' of which been too busy' tojsupply the minutes -'-

Afternoon subject Negligent Par .- -,--_ 1 two machine guii' a large number of llv I landit chief would soon 1.(' accor.i-! I he had suffered of late, was the cause. in full. A ful!|*, account of the ;

ents-"Am I neglecting my duty as a !: parent to my ehildrcn-P. A. IJobertson horses. sidJlo.e and arm, Our ('asI pli;.-trd. One head line said: Mr. Sparkman was: born on his transactions will \be t,. ven in our next. .

:; first speaker. I t"nti'f! ul" enlisted men wounded, 'Ii "Villa'.s Leg is Amputated. Sorelv father's plantation on Crosby! and .

COMPLIMENT JUDGE WILLS I t I Night subject, :Sunday{ Schools; i none teriou.slv. The attack was a sur- 1 Wounded in Battle on Garrison.; Villa Sampson lakes 70 years ago. lie served STRAWBERRY OVEMENT. :;

i "How can officers of Sunday schools i iJr ..(', the Villa troops Ileingdl' \'en Found Leg Amputation Necessary." I on the Confederate side in the Civil I '

I best interest the 1'pil-.J. S. Tay- in a ten-mile I'unningfilht and reticated Aha! Served him right, the \illain.\ var and later entered the mercantile i ---t J ;-. ', _'

Palatka News Pays High Trib- I I !"o>\ first: speaker. to the mountains northeast ()f Sunday's paper3:: contained the folbwing business in Fernandina. lie moved | Heavy Shpment! Made From t

Sunday the railroad where they separated into l head lines: back to Starke about 40 *
I years ago .'
ute to Able Jurist of the Local! Platfort During the '/ |
Morning subject, "Which should!
was small bards. "Villa, Not Wounded, is Now l Ill'-> and since then he had been a carpenter

Eighth Judicial Circuit.The Baptists be the most interested in, I "A :large number! of Carranz-tu marriingSurrmder of Chihuahua; and builder. lIe was twice mar- I Past Week.

I association missions or foreign missions prisoners who were being held for execution Has:; Executed Five Foreigners SinceMoiuhy. ried and is survived by a daughter by .i 3

?"-L. J. Taylor, first speaker. I by the Villa troops, were lib- : ." the first marriage, Mrs. Cone, of havana -I -4- '
following appeared in the Pu- 11 a. Missionary: Rev : Since our last issue *>f the
sermon by Telegraph
eiated the I
latka News of I I during fight. --- Cuba. (On August 14, HIll, he :
"Won't March 24th: C. :M. Turknett, followed by a miss-on! "In order to reach Guerrero Colonel (Continued PageTELEGRAPH'S ">.) married Mrs. Alice Agin, of Starke, the following shipments of berries
some one kindly announce collection. ;I 'I have been made
I and )he prices noted
II \ho survives }him. I He is alto' survived .
Judge James T. Wills as a candidate I Adjournment.SAMUEL. I -- S. > I boon received on thr Jpnnt nlatfnrm'
for Circujt Judge of this (the Eighth) 'I I I \by thiv sister;, :Mrs. W. H. Undei- ; l.iqIsh :
judicial circuit? Certain GOODMAN; ) I STARKE vs GREEN COVE HONOR ROLL'I hill and :Mrs. T. F. Mansell, of Starke. Thursday, by c-xpnSs, l ;, ,
it is
Moderator. by F. R. Express cafs 343; bushels
people of this I I and :Mrs.:; Tillis, of Waldo, and four :! ;
circuit will -- I
never want : I .". if
J. II. SAP! : average price $4. ') p bushel.!
another man to preside over their I Sccrrtarv. !; Saturday's Game Resulted in Names of Those Who Paid Subscription 'urthcrs, Messrs. R. L. and Stephen !I Friday, by exple,"- 52: bushels, by
court while Judge Wills'> lives: and is S.uknuri} of Tampa, H. ;M. Spal k-
.. i F. R. i Ii27
express cat: :
acie to dispense justice in the fear of DEATH l OF MR. I.EWIIJ.:; .\rrs. |. Complete! Victory For During; March. I man, of Jacksonville: an!! Newton eragor <'e !-l4.7.ri.; '.: ;

God and in accordance, with the constitution -' Mr. levis A. Davis a pionii'ienl'ii'l '| Sterke Team. 'I, _h_ SP"I: kman. of Crystal River. I Saturday; \ by c\i-njs. 132; bushels: ,

and l..ws of a free people. vi-iilthy citi,:"n (If Nas.-au (o1in- I h..s.\. Thoir.a.;., Gio. Ash ll'l!. Ii.I .\. I :'11'. Sparkman! was a quiet; i.-du-- I by F. R. express: cii.J 1,IJS' burhcls;
Judge Wills 'I tious whose word his bord.
a modest man, and it t y, died ai hi.: home in ('rlnda1on!! : I Conner. E. 11.I ('lemons.! John Ewotids, man. was ,! r.verajv price $4.73.; J; -
K that On last Saturday aftcrr.i..' it I D.rPark aA.i of wh'-ni nothing bat rood .
nay he isa trifle too timid diy nvi'iiMmli! 27! 'I i : 'I II.! 11. William. Flo'piS'al'll ..1.V.. ( va. ; ;.I'rday
o pl'l'umo,1i:! j jafter I : Lyxpn 6. 17G;\ bushels,
to come out and ask for -. 11'1 : the Su\rkaid! Guv; : Cove rvr sni>'. Hi ; death i itherefo..-.'
a ph" hat :.n illness of only! '! fi-v !i(.) bushel, average -
we all I tiaras: l.iyctl a gasnihat: 'u'.t-: vg-lted l Ib all in Sl.irkc! ::'-
him itiv1 : a
want ha' ( !
to '. -L : :y
:( lie I was ltri.'l, at St. Miiv... G.... 0,1 i I in i I:. :Martin, P. II. Fntl\'l'woII! !, G;"-(i. 1..1 : pIke 3.73.: | ::
rd complet1 tic-lory to Stark" the'scoitf Bi-ulfoiil for \Ii" wa.v.dl
JudgeVils! is : i coua'y,
a ciiPilidnte fur! th" '-Veiln.-v.diy: aftnronrDr.: 1':1"('I>, of1 I M:1- -Ly. Mr.X.. K. Hull.! H'v. C.eo.; F. I !, Tuesday, by espies* :!lf. bushels' by .
office he has ( being 7 to (). AH the Stir,, known by ail.
*o ably fillui. but does Jacksonville l conducting t the r''moral'; 1 i Scot', G. W. Them. P. Cason. I\1.1 F. R. express cars, '' 95) ; bu>hels; average i
net believe the people t'-ire! boys pbYhl.n. l&1..y: epet'l1vfeatured The funeral I services vere coiidiu-t-
a long :'I'vi's There vas a laig atten-i : Wair.iight, W. R. ('an,1"a. .!. 11.1 I i price?, $:j.oO; -.73.; ; .
hc' has i-i his pltthilll': e.I! Rev. Wm. Malphurs: Thi-n-
campaign ) j ; by
ce rot puMishrd! t!att'e :.t the funeral of people from| The line j I'hit I die. :1. :'1. I Hale, F. .\. AndroJ. Wednesday, I by rxpii'ss, 1I( !) }bushels, I

formal announcement. This will!! I br :'_!lt! partof the county, ;.ul the floral I': Cliff up was as follow.-! : i! I.it'k ;. J. J. Morgan. 15. ,1-:. Brown, F'j l.iy afternoon, and! the interment was by F. R.: expre1: cr.rs, Jir; bushels; average I :
done, however Chancey, catcher Charley E'lirst at Crosby! '( I11"tCI'Y.mol'f, the
; ( !
ant so far as:; known ;- many
offcringivcr.: profuse aid beautiful. ;JR.! Kelly, M. S. lIave". L. I.. Leach. prices from $-'{.tll) to $3.73.: :
he will not have l-sc-y.I base: ; Harold Wall second \ v.ho followed the remains to their lartiesting
opposition.Gainesville The active pallbearers:; wore N. A. Hari:i I base Leo Canova ; J. B. McCully, J. F. Colley, Paul Engel I I A slight rain Sunday night did much )
Sun. ; ha.se Gus place were all of his brothers
d"e, L. S. Chadwick, ,E. Mizell, A. S. ; :' Ernest Goplke, J. R. Tison; Lieut.I good, but more rain is needed. The ;.
The Bradford I Beasley, pitcher; Allan Canm shortstop ;...ntl l sisters, except Mr. R. L. Sparkmane I
friends a.
county of Allan W. S. WhitneI111 T, B. Clarke; ,.I Jim Kickliter I Rloxham: Ward; Mrs. R. C. Hess, J. L. berries are falling\ off in quantity as ; .
Jndge Wills will bo ; left field Charles'Beasley who could not come on account !
pleased to read the ;
honorary pallbearers F. W. A. L. I well as quality. The and the
Hoyt, A. Bryan, Bradley, John Uglow, E. thrip 3
foregoing compliment to him, comings B. Noyes.:; J. Mizell, Capt. John Richardson i'I center field; Drayton Colley, Hicks, W. A. Colley, W. L. Kickliter, of illness in his family. Profuse floral frosts have decimated the bloom and .,
it right Pitt
does from of ; Tomlinson substi- offerings were placed by 1 oving
one the leading II. .J. Baker Sr.. W. E. Page, R. R. Taylor, S. K. Kelly, F. M. Nor- the red spiders weakens the plants by
newspapers of the eighth judicial circuit S. Chadwick, Capt. E. N. Stone and I man, Fred Lang J. S. Mercer, Joseph hands, as tokens'> of sorrow and re- sucking the leaves. 'I
hey will be glad also to read membrance. The bereaved family and i I I
R. Bachlott.Mr. J'I'I Bolt W. Wills ,
Mrs. J. F.
the I Siegel, DanE. ., ."
statement '' JOHXSOX-DUBOSE. I other relatives have the of
that he will be candidate sympathy
a Davis was born in Alabama C. A. ] "
to Shipley, Marks, J. M. Futch, Baptist church in 1372 and was a consistent -
succeed himself. Mr. J. U. Johnson all.
years ago. His parents moved to Orange and Miss Katie II. D. Carter, H. P. Fouts, Wm. DeSue: I' member ever since, a Chris-tjan

Bluff, Nassau county, in 1850. Dubose were united in wedlock Sun- J. M. Shaw, Jr., Mrs. D. D. Oliver, H. in deeds as well as confession, and

OSIAH M. ALVAREZ. I He moved to Crandall in 1895 and lived day, April 2, at ten-thirty. A few near G. Crawford, Chas. Darby, Ceo. Cone, DEATH OF MRS. WAI RIGIIT. j I her memory is blessed by all of the

Mr. Osiah M. Alvarez died at his I l I there until the time of his death. relatives the bride's were father gathered in the parlorof S. V. Andrews, J. E. Conway, Mrs. Mrs. Leah T. Wainright died at the ,| many who had the pleasure. of her acquaintance. -

home on the Sanderson road He was at one time engaged in the Mr. S. \VDu- Henry Sapp, Miss Estelle Lanier, Oliver home of her daughter, Mrs. J. L. :
April 4th, at 1 p. m. His death Tuesday was, lumber business on a large scale, but near bride Worthington in her Springs.The I Jones. Brown, in the western part of the !I Besides the children' mentioned, the

very sudden, caused by heart disease. retired business.a few He years ago from active blue satin message traveling with hat suit and of county, Tuesday evening, April 4th, .i deceased is survived by the followingnear

He had eaten his dinner and went out had business interestsin shoes to match, never looked BUSINESS CHANGE. the cause of her death being malarial ,I relatives: :Mrs. E. J. Wainright,
on the porch to sit down read when and Fernandina, and more fever following an attack t>f l locked :Messrs, T. J. Lewis ard W. B. Lewis
charming than on this occ ion. I
was a director of the First $ Miss -
he was attacked National bowels. I I of Kingsland, Ga., andMr.; M. C. Lewis -
by the fatal stroke Bank of Fernandina and also director Katie is one of Bradford county's Chas. R. Ensey'> has sold his inter- 1
Which ended his a The deceased was born in Nassau of Waycross, Ga. I
days. I 1 of the teachers. She taught in her home est in the insurance
Fernandina Dock and of J. R.
The deceased Realty agency county, Florida, in August, 1848. being I The obsequies were conducted by
of the late
was a san school last sessio 1'where she did muchto Davis & Co. will
and the road
Mr. go on Rev. F. B. Johns of and the
Joseph Alvarez and born Co.Mr. a daughter Rev. Josiah A. Lewis fjtarke,
was Davis is survived add to the interest of the school.I I as salesman for large
by two broth a laundry
supply -
near the place at which he died in !I a noted Baptist minister. In No- interment took place st Crosby ceme-
ers, William and C. J. Davis a sweet disposition and makes I house. Mr. Ensey
two was formerlywith
1848. afternoon. An immense
He was a Confederate veteran. vember, 1869, she was married to Mr. tery Wednesday 4
He Allen and Howard Davis, one daughter many friends wherever she goes. She this concern and they lately made
had of from all
always lived the N. C. Wainright, and in 1872 they concourse I people
his near place of Mrs. John R. Hardee, and a number will be greatly missed from the social him an offer that was so interesting
birth of the the
He had been married twice moved to Bradford county, settlingnear parts county followed remains ,
of grandchildren. Fernandina circle here by her many young friends.Mr. that he decided to re-enter their
and to their last and
two children from that marriage Johnson is the foreman Sampson City, but later they resting place
News-Record. of the ploy.
survive'him, namely Mr. Malcolm Al- moved to the Wateroak section. Soon the floral decorations 'y. re profuse and
Tilman Cypress Co. of Lukens. The business
of the
I Davis
I insurance
\-arez and Mrs. Thomas Whitehead, of needed, and therefore his death is has held this position for six will be continued after his arrival here Mr. Wainright beautiful, many of them being ordered ;
agency J. R. Davis.
years. by
florists. '
elected To from Jacksonville! ,
His second wife much was county tax assessor.
was deplored, and deep sympathy is : Several years ago he lived at Brooker .
formerly Mrs. Louis Richard, and sev felt for the bereaved family. I I i and made friends while there. I the union were born ten children. the ]I The bereaved relatives have the

en children were born to this union, The funeral took place Wednesday,1 1 I He must be many congratulated winning following of whom survive their sympathy of the entire county in their .

all of whom are living. He is surviv- the interment taking place at Dyal for his life on II.UII.-L. D. Jones, manager of mother: : Mr. J. E..J. Wainright, Mrs. sorrow. : I'I
companion such ,,
Ed by one brother, Mr. R. M. Alvarez, cemetery in the presence of a large !j I lovely girl. a the Florida Citrus Exchange estimates G. W. Wainright, Mrs. JL C. Peeples, I -.--- -- I

of Jacksonville, and one sister, Mrs number of people who had come to I!,! They I t I that last year over 15,000 barrel Mrs. J. L. Brown, of Bradford county, I I. Mrs. T. E. Walrup and Miss Agnes !
: made their
pay departure
1'. I at 31] ,i I of limes successful domes- r
A. were and Ellen Harris held
Knight produced shipped Mrs. B. Edwards of and a
of Starke. their last respects to the deceased. The ;j; o'clock, M. Tampa, ,.
motoring to
The deceased was an upright, indus- obsequies were conducted by Rev. to catch the Jacksonville over and Cedar,i.! from the Florida Keys, a Iarg.> Mrs. J. L. Simpson, of Kingsland, Ga.Mrs. tic science demonstration at the audi- ____ __
trious i portion of the The lAge attendance
man, quiet and unassuming, and L Coleman of th Christian church crop being handled Wainright was left a widow in torium Monday.
Lake train
Key for
I II Lukens where
will I much
always ready to help where help was Butler. I begin housekeeping at they i j through the Miami branch of the Ctlius February. 1912. showed that their teacftogs are

I I once. Exchange. I I4' The deceased joined the Missionary I appreciated. I :


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I P I j has il t-n brci trhi: P =J.f rh.g: h e d a.c h Q 4' :": \\f.t.\ .
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to this city of a rvir.arkalilo! tight to ,. D' <': .
i I ; i'\\o i ,.' .-i- c* ;a:?':',' '.:itr p:1.; : ; :i ho d\ith i'el.v.-en M. .\. MoMiLin.! an 1.nrr 1) .,*... "' /"..1..;."! '. (.,.,.
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r :<"','-.: : .:i'!'', >: ::\'t': h i ::.!'.d f.:rmor livlnc noar Tiftnn, :" ti a ., ata6i {.;). -' .1. < :Ittl'
Lin; !.., '. .. .'e '. .. I 'I.- ." '-
: o\: :.v. ; i' > / (1,1. g''itntles'iak". i'i whc': '' ilpurl t ; ,.:,;; :.. J
II:' Hi1.. : \. t'I:1r! > "'d:: lir.; ',..>ry J. Fotornuira ;:Inally coiujaered.M' 1 10: ...-t \..-'>>f\:' r1:2G... '. ;. "i Tj
: : IG.CCO lie ':: .d! ;.b :, 'That ti:!' whu ._ .. e ,..-. i: ."' ,,'. : .,
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! '. d i- gi't i f T10.'k wa i-b l 1.vr. by !!r. Mi Milan, who i.w :I aii\.t.\! ( r r'I :
OF FINEST LANDSi. ; walk: _- '1':', : ti't w ': i t.nr.'> ; me 110\....:. .1.. -. ..... ...'\..... .. ,''' : :'-\f. EiJ '\
ACRES l :! f:.'"l that some of thl'lti\'? ,'al.-> ', .j.. .. .. -: y' and co"srr.jntly not ,il 1 !I..' o -. ."..... '.'..... ;:. ; :
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.' -.v : 'h :: ',_, hilt ,1. .;, . .'.n\e \'. 'ih t.":, aUircs'j! of yond, .\,: : i ."1/. t..r, .'(--.r'.. ; ..'r". .. .J', "
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i .. -' 'i .t.:" nt.ntt..t- a foiitv wh'n he dist..ri; ':'trtattl.bike :: .I" l' tJ. .. "-- .
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that wh- [ ... /
: pile-1 ,
Ther. a tree- r-i-nrhoh'- o oriV ; si> large i S;:- -" ---- =::----
Big :Micce.v:' IfcUin! ; Cattle .. .j' ". \o:ui'.o fo: ;m. .
: :.; .> -., cc\\ : than : t1 -
: farm i.'iu: hou.-r : : -hors..kr : -. ithojid was mo/e; i\v;> .
:\11'. !;::k. '\!io i .lie >. r.hv.r' : .:, :' ;';.. :' v... ;' ::
Uo .. 'The.uikc' : .
and ; -,.! aid am u.jr.ir. mil" P1-! ; !> 't Mum the groui-.d. .t. .
I 1 "Airo-- ( '- ti'ifi ol"anti! .; ; ""t. I
I : boost runs cotton gin. a gmt : : t 'r r- truck at hind nd w-v..ld have reached L", n..dl;;::'C 1i!'I'.i ::' : ,.<. : ; .
a j .
pa-v. r-1-: '. .-tartvii; hiiro- -.t Hip i.- Alas! ; .. .. ',
; ;
I L.
chill stock fr.-id choppercon1 !'h'I11' j the mrk if it lu.dn't ho.'n detectedj ..;, :..:t.i.'.. Ill.. ..., ..t. 4' .I .1. .. J' '
i. I. ka. jtl.1'11. ii)ivii tv.-: racitic -- i :' : '
.j"jr i-i: t :
j per other uovc.' !. hl'I"I.rl'r": Hcforv it could ,'oill!iI r'U"n } 1 .
mill and
I : : cane many j ; ..
3 ... .
i to the border line whore ho crosses i ... ,
: La:t Friday: morninjr a reporter M of machinery. Situated near the pOW i j to strike again M. jIrjI.iian. seized a' ltr"t1U, I -'t'1 ,: COO": '. j'" .' ''' ,. '!1 '''l:. "

I I I' the Hamilton Canner: 'pelt a fr.v er house i is, four large suz.ir kettlesused into Mexico anti and after: various. adventures. I rail ar.drith the end of it pinned the '' r.II..Y, : : .,'. I..r. .,>.. : ..1'. ..:..l.lI..l.J 'o N. 5!;.' i'-:
i t.ours1'. "Mildreu j farm: a fe.v mile.southwest > in from thc mishnn.s privatwi ; po'ietatcd .. asrain.-t: the ground. He I tried . f.' '
making; syrup -sugarcane a.- far oath a-s Chihuahua : se ; Glcita 1 Avc.: Ult.iv.a) : .:.-:, U.- Srr'
: : of Jasper. This larjre; farm raised on the furm. Near; the City j to <-al! for help but none was ae-lr. ; i.- f fr.i" iAir.iri.i .
without knowing! a word of i'l'ihiH'.u Canada 1'rc Lt': : ; v. i'W.1
Iflonff.to Hon. Frank Adam.f l'h pO\.er house i- a large two-story l-ar't ." u !:a<'ii;...i her ('Xii.; ..--.1.: : 11 tiii'f.I't. i<;i-k-r.1 .
Jacksonville. and! ii'i U'ir.s: run > that is ft'.U-d! with hay corn and fordstun spy I I it .df out from under! the rail aril pre-I j : .
of this city. scheduled! for a tiring: squad was released Her: t-.:} c""iv-ice : : -itr.i'ar' t" ti'o multitutic I < [ .her! : v. ':ici
son, Roy : and ;It houses a Jrl'at"ari.'t of pared io strike again.: This time Mr. "
I I'y\ a Zapata crtlkvr who I I v/hu-f IIIUTrc rd.'J! in the "111"f Lif ,1, ,
A visit to this farm i is it elation; farm mt.chir.ery, such as hay rake, .ipprec.atod McMilan got beyond striking distance, ur- ry tit

to any one int i crested in farming. It cotton -eed} crusher. silo! hopper a f.'r- the: nature of his stunt, worked! but the snake followed l him, an anus-1 i thi- !dreg' l h ?'.lot ".it 11I t" l he in the hands of, < ;'ey hoa-cwife

i I i i is said to be one of the lac;: tat farm* liter distributing: machineeed! plant northward again to Juan whore heinterviewed j tail thing m a rattler, and contir.in.-l ] in the l"t :ict i State. Pcadvhat )!r;. Lactlit'ays :

cast of the Misippi! rixer. The .--. mowing machines, :gust mil! and} Gt'I1l'ral'illa., dined. in thebandit's .. the Lttack. The snake was sounding! L-

i farm covers IO.IMM' acres all of which j'ri; .er\'. Near; the power house i.- ;.1o -, dor. and secured! ai au; \ir.ophcd : its allies continually!: and emitting a "
13 enclosed with a modem! wire fence. the dinpirg: and cattle pens.IP. ., photograph of that redout! table sickening odor. 1 rjfffrcd'jrith backache, headache and drazgin pains for

3V iG acres of the !ant! H ck'arf-d! and the tarn: and shelters around! the chieftain, tvhe:): lu- described! as a genial Mr. McMilan! finally picked a (cr r .iic months, and nntliin! relieved nif ant'J I took Pcrunc. \

I i under:Mr.! Adams Cultivath.! is httirg.. ( II! this done cleared, and what land arm* "as seen r.i.r.'aon'; :, hor.-es ty son speaking;uf the V'10 rough-and-ready*! American and[ pop-- :,. barter rail load with it gace batt'o.up It r ?ei ::;cd!<:hif is by fc.r better than>> any other iryilicinc! /:1.thc eI

i farmer in Florida should do). and and nulcs, plows of all descriptions i ii.r alike with his troops and: tl-.' pwpl1 was; some time before hi> blowvtop- I irrnliiA! i /v: botfks rcli'j'i'd.l1f of m.? 1.':iSiablL' halj-!cad,
every '-.d in the blac'nithhop! was found ; .
; th" onslaught of the reptile! antI!
I tht' is taking th% >tumpout of the three pairing farm nuuhinei of jo"or.. ?tato. pod J /. 'if.. .1. :r c't :1.1IUI1:. / tlilltf"lll :JOt!hcdth. Iiaretezftc'rche
negroes it was so thick about the size cf :'. I
field.! Over :!*> land! has Lien cleared! of all JosjiK-es :;? .1 .dot l oat of comic i
stumpsand All about the -,' noticed! h"( operai
pi w ?
u g.- i
j ; .- far to bleak its back:, but tir.aily a well .;..:1' n'J take Peru;<;, they icov.'d .s'IUE b: ':':- irilac
is tilltfoinp ;
roct.s and the goof work as with their
cf .ill -J7.e.-. There! i i.aid! to be appearance go !
I ; ap directed blow! on the head did} tv1'usine "
:' on. In he course of a few years proximately head} of hogs on the .' noihiUren! and way-ba.k ancetors -- .,. Th snake mea.-izud :ix I : ./,;t! ;.tvvr A? withwit it.

; every acre of it \ 'i1I.l.c cleared of all place! including the native wild razor- rl\tlli.ll! cheerfully alongsid: the feet in length.de.ire : :-

1 stumps and the i.jr;: farm can then l.e i.. ck. i'rd the common domesticatedMoriu troop.-: "but make! r.o error" says th? r, I'

I ,- cultivated with impro\ed farm machinery hog -ind tine imported hOI;. writer, "tho.se follows will! ::.-,.: j p like --, and a iewaid i-"f half a- million !- I!

t. 'I 7 and the saving that this machinery Four ruil-b'ooded' Hampshire male ;. bunch of Kilkenny cat and are not will not tempt those loyal! p a--1 lYE
will accomplish should for to be disregarded in their of WO'?
: pay hogs: have been imported to breed up style ants to give him away. !

1 the cost of "stui.ipirp" in a few years. the largo herd of native hogs, and /!ut'rilaarfa(1! even again trained! .! Incidentally Mr. Clark tolls' of Villa l- :
The ride from Jasper to the extreme troops. In opinion: taking ;
that these crosses satisfactory; was my you are i handing him a wad of paper
southwest corn r-of the Adams farm a wide chance in sending small cur-1 I
demonstrated the number of an
: cEnT1iIZfRS
; big enough to choke a mule
: ;;
which is ten mile, from the city limits fine looking mixed breed hogs to be i rrmy ;..- .>,000 into that Go -.forakl'1. which he found no difficulty in IIi pos- '

." shows more land under cultivation seen about the plrce. j I Waterless desert country; to keep your : ir.g of through Texas; at ".T cent.a '

than any other ten mile! ride in Flor- \;: The writer has eaten some of as lines of communication intact you will bill as souvenirs, though the same currency -

ida will show. On each side of the fine ham grown and cured on this farma. need more lik? 50,000 I before you're I| was going begging in El Paso DIFFERENT CROPS REQUIRE

:. road with two small exceptions, the : .* was ever made Virginia.. through with the amel'ero:1311y I ; at tJOU; to the gold dollar. He says |i DIFFERENT KINDS OF
land is all under cultivation. The lane was myself stuck for three and half
Twelve a
plows will be used all of
I j the silver money minted by the hadi ,- FERTILISERS
extending through the Adams farm I: this year by Mr. Adams, as he is; going days without food and the last eighteen -! : chieftain was assayed to containa 7
clone is six miles long. It is the longest in for more intensive farming hours without water over a distance -1 Whilethe basic element are the same the
considerable quantity of gold ore.
lane passing through a single farm than heretofore. There is a large ] of &S kilometers i is northern j and proved worth from $2: to ?'!..>0 a i f 3' amounts! of the i inj-edients varyFAVORITE :;:4
in Florida and one of the longest Sonora with the temperature 1:10! '' .
number of the
renters or croppers on | 1'0111. FERTILIZERS ARE K,
lanes east of the Mississippi river. II | however. About in the shade and ro shade but a mesquite -
place thirty-five ---- -- '
peo-j MEAT .
The of the Adams farm bush."Vila -
immensity : !
pie have employment on this plantation Good For Colds.
I can only be realized by a visit to be'It.1 I'II this year. j.I ION It : knows that country blindfoldand Honey pine tar and glycerine are '

There is cwry'ariety cf soil to Iti i has the open sesame to numberless recognized cold remedies. In Dr. Bell's Each sack is marked to how the important .

I found in this farm that car: be foundin A FALSE: SCENT. i iI secret trails through dense tropi i- Pine Tar Honey there are combined 1 elements.

the state. It contain rome of thsfir.et cll'al1e "' and over desolate bould! i- with other cough medicines in a pleas-
I I Special Formulas! for All Florida
I natuial pastures andazi..j I strewn mountain. absolutely de':.>i-l ant syrup. Dr. Bell's Pine- Tar Honey

1-r.dj in the coa-.try for cattle aid; The other forenoon an extra freight'1I of \\'-.her or sustenance to an 4t-.via: .:' quickly stops your cough checks your Write for Quotations.
1 ho ;;. There i i- river ..marl, Lrdecme huiryinp south with a string: of empty
; 1 arvy where whole regiment.n i.' cold!, soothes irritation of the throat. AGRICULTURAL'CHEMICALS.
refrigerator car.-, :;top('.! at the depot :
muck land some sa :dy soil, with .
awj.ited and d"-tioyed! j-iecem like Excellent for young, adult! and agod.lt' .
for orders. The fetid odoi of a "hothex"
ocd h'aIlatk sub-.>oil. hammock rat:. in a trap. The papers -ay Villa \ one of the hest cough: syrups nude INSECTICIDES.

the>tnd:whole there farm is some i hounded river\ l bottom-0th..-- conductor pervaded sniped: the several air. t.mes Thr .portly then 1 : >i has, Kcvi surrounded. with no pos--.il;:If lot mula on every bottlo. You know. [ { {fil [FERMIJACKSON { COMPANY c'

the Suwr.r.n'er and "" :in a fat voice wheezeout.! 'di'rn it :I" mean! of escape, lout in my opinion just what you are taking a"! your doctor ,
south by ho will!! lo enabled with the connivan v know-: it'; jjood for coughand;
the west l.y the Alapaha liver. VVh) !l' "Hav.th.t I lox ci pled\ q] lick :rah.- of friv-i.dly peons to hide Out forevo-:' ,'"!oI"! In"i.-t on Dr. IMKPino: Tar J LLP, FLORIDA. .
horli! ie! to the head hral: 'maI.: "W.T.nt -' .
the Alaj'nhu fo\\! i i-.t tithe uwan::"': in those heart-t : bl:!! if H'i" _' _
reakiiig h" <'y. Only "ic at druggists. cj: ( l __._ ,
i' the couth'.vte..-:! corner of the fa'T.iThe : to make Hir.pton al.eail of'o. I. -::

farm i Nix mills tour I north ardtouth. :! and have no time for packi'g. J-t --

r, it i-i six i milewide! i'i the t'yj'.r h.pp with water." i t
an.i : ,.:-:;:; : ...- \.m t13':
1 widest: plarY.h the exception! of a "Here. Joe shoutedhe} hrak-I: ..... "
j large body r.f land belonging to others man to a colored trainman:' "git a t -

i that juts into the farm from the icket an' souse: that box, an' be quirk I i
j t?:-t side it would! 1'C almost square. Jcut it.
Over Sixty Miles of FenceIt "l'assah. Kut de pump by the dopo .
is brm'k."hnr I Iit'atah? De I .
required over sixty miles of wire> U'
cngineer'll bust me bid "f I takes! it But it takes Virginiato
(>nc? to extend around this farm and
eaten de tender"said! the coloredman. ;
to make the two lanes through it, and .

I to make the cross fences within the :
He went to work and! after a while "
J : tract that separates the cultivated give cigarette !
told the conductor that there was, no a "character'
i I !; !land from the pa-tures. hot box anywhere. "I feed no smoke ;
j' The diversity of grazing grasses. ,
an' I puts m? han' or.: every box, an'cey's
i the many ruining streams and the .
: all cool." .
1 11 various soil adapted to the raisin of
; ,
{ By this time the smell was hlouJ?l' "
!i all sort' of forage crops makes this ; what
than ever before and the irate conductor -. .CHARACTER.thaes
fe l big farm an ideal place! for the raising -
ard1VII the brakemen went
:' .' i cf cattle, hoc;:>, hcr.s, n.::!c. u id ) hjscigarette.
j' along: the cars; and! examined the journal !
i fowls of all kinds.
I bcxe;:. while the engineer in the .
: About the center of the farm will be i'
cab fumed o\vr the iHay. I ,
found the foreman'hou.e, the barns, tEul

i i the grit mill!, jrinnery, cane mills repair Having car-, found the conductor! no hot box thought under the'thhr.x ? I' i it takes vgincigarette ; : toKOTP. t'YE:8_! :c

.5-hop- house, cattle dipping (
power :troulle 1 mart! be with a !box under thoj ihyrife r.d Zit 1
: \at.a great deal cf farm machii.ery "
tender and told' the engineer PO. TH I
I and many farm hou.'> for OttT H",
called 'character"That's :
led to an exchange of such railroad! ,
f -'!:ti.: ,,, I'
!'ip.ro! a- mean.nuih to those who underhand -
Natural Water Works or. Farm 'C. caik"tl.1 I J" tcbsc.man's .
it but i,- unintelligible* to irgimr. .. ? :.*
Situated! north c.f the farm !hu"I' j
outsiderThen -. L"
i.t. snall! 1-ik1 on amall hll.:: Thi t //Jt.CCO. |
the! explanation: came from an
lake has Pyre, t'iped: and water "".,ikinstaiUii. {!
All! about the place\ will be quarter.
Picdnicnts have in them oil- tiv
"Who in thunder! has done this? -
f.tur.d! !hydrant- that makes the mutter
, i.-ked a man who ran up excitedly jto j
I (.r watering the stork easy work. Theafr a fire burning hl'hin.ll1c Alvarez'spile highcst.g rrdc Virginia-ALL' V-i-

: \\ system, i i-, one cf the attractivemodern ,
of tie :. l
: ginia Golden I lively.; mellow
a conveniences about the farm a?-
The man wa I>. F. Robert To
the water work is i conducted with-
thc-e whn came up to investigate! the southern sunshine !
out an ounce of labor or a pen y'"v.- ; Virginia tobacco for I
matter the following explanation wasgiven pays :
pcr.s>, excepting, of course, the original Ito duty, no vcfttn fniyht, IKI fasi-s :
I cost; of haying the water pino>. : from u.ffj"II./l1llIlilig. '1 Lat is why If you want a cigarette that willsatisfy ,

: On this farm i- a large dipping vat Mr. Robert had bought :: fine fat J''I' Ulonts, for. i-.istancc, made of i
which was installed; sometime ago. Itt rosfum from a man from Woodlawn highest-grade! \ IrllnJL.jruWI1 right you that} will say "character" :

the wisest investments Pal k. As he had to stay around the hercinthcU.s.A.clllloffl/rdtgl't.J {
be of ; I
; i is proving to one then
puff next
I, j ou letttr quality thauadl-1u'ctteof In every
ever male: on this farm. depot for a while, de decided to roast ..

There is approximately 500 head of the possum while he was waiting. He carry foreign-grown all those tobacco viute/ul which i erpeioer has to time, ask for Piedmonts ";

: cows on the farm most of which are i j scooped out a hole in the ground, made ,

Jit-i native "scrub" stock. The native j a fire there in and dressed- the possum.

stock i is being bred up however, by Then the fire was raked out, the possum ; a.t Gr.

'i crossing with Hereford; and the results : wrapped in damp paper and de-
posited in cavity. The meat was covered -
are proving most; satisfactory. The ALL
;;' The stock, in addition to having the with sand, the fire put on too Virginia cigarette ,

benefit of large natural pastures are and :Mr. Roberts then went to sell

r kept in fine condition by forage crops 1 berries to and talk politics with Manning f

raised especially for them.In I, Griffis who is running for county

a pen there was fifty-two head commissioner.

t of native stock that ranged in the pastures -: While he was away some boys saw

-' this winter and were dipped last the fire and thought they would improve -
cI January and placed in the sheltered it. They hunted up some oily

I pen, and are now }being fed with silage 1 waste, rosin an old gum shoe and a

and will later be shipped south pet half full of paint and put on the (

I for beef. It was as pretty a bunch fire as the train came up.

I of cattle as one wishes to look upon. I| Mr. Roberts did not think roast t The Cigarette of Quality

There is no way on eaith that these possum would he improved by the

r.aticattle could have been gotten ': fumes from the combustiles u t'd. and

"' in such fine shape had they not been : gave the roast away to Uncle John '.

lipped. The best part of dipping, too.: I'I Wright, who declared nothing could I I
is the fact that it is inexpensive and spoil possum -neat. Uncle John begged ;;
makes the cattle doubly valuable when i:|i: 'some sweet potatoes at Register's "-

; i sold. That it pays well to take care I 1 roasted: them and had the best meal he

of stock in this manner is demonstrated i 1 had hnd in years. O

t by the fancy prices Mr. Adams has i i +t 'b I I

received for a shii-ment! of dipped cat- \: 10 for S

t t"! tl' to the East Coast this winter. | Agreed With H>m. '1 v1 r 'r I
Farm :Machinery
i Tour husband is looking so much u4lso
'l A look around the place showed better nowadays. Mrs. Nurich." "Yes 3 e w. Packed 20 for lOP' .!

k. three large silos two concrete and !! It's the new treatment, He's been trying -J 1. MMF 10 ,..
ore wooden.: The silage in these silos' seme immunity baths."-Buffalo! I---
is } used to fatten the of "
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: : j mm 27 POUNDS ".; L |practice; act, s-jiccitkally leni!
Live State News iilunffs! of thetat" to ev'i! : Tjqi3it

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< TBsesas- -- \ ; .iationo! of its provisions, I 1 b> ir '"
F Told Our Exchanges. j r'vico examined and each Time .
I by ; : .. g to your att'ntion certain ;'"

1 ____J Was ., '; !in.iiisiiins. of this law as fod!,,. .
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r'- curs cf jn.v: "1 vivia'.ilv. i\11'i !M.H!:. hale j'-: .iii-hd; my t'lini' b"t! ;; 'It: a P''t'.-uli to a public or pri.-.I1.

UI Thi-! I-f" >; shipments amounted to TAMPA.i -A special (::.-patch t:. the of Tanlar: and have gair.-" j puaition or to assist: him in procuring ,

!I., 0' ,'i-) ::,..(H! packajre.Tho amount is Mai.ufuturerRecord .says that Pre-- seven pound.-." v.a.s the ti ji.' remarkable twmty-I J any office! or position. I

< 1 I.,,; quite z::> much as last week. i ix n-n! .1. R. Ke.ily of thp Atlantic Coast statement made ;iy'.1! <. CharuvPtdjn. ; Section (ji i makes it unlawful for a I

II ____ L's! i> while ir this city, is i quoted! a- residing at :..")(llin! : tract, 'I lundidute or other perron directly or I

;; Klj SlMMEH.! : -Brtween 100 and 125V : .tying the company's p'-ojicted line Huntsville! Ala. Mrs. Peden is one i jJ! l'l'l'ty! 01 !hy :,iy: pretext whatever

members of the Florida Trap.hootersK froui Sebring to Immokalee. T*> mile:, of the i-t.-t knO\' n and highly respected to t.irl'.II' eii.rioy. i political WI'1 kei,- 01

Association, recentlyformed in Jack- expected to i it? completed! within 1,'; ladies! cf that thriving! little city, V''OI1to; canvas, electioneer or to

V sonville. will be guests of the KUsimf months also: at that time the company where! she has r.iadi1 her home for a make public addresses! for or against :

f mee dun; Club on May 4th and oth at will! extend its west coast: system I number: of years. a candidate or to pay their traveling i

f( the first amual state shoot of th? ort through ferry and Monticello, Fla., tojThomarville : "When} I commenced tlkingthr lTI.-' or other expenses. for such purpo.-e. It
(; Furthermore, thz j U unlawful: for a per.so to accept
nization. j I a. it-me." she continued "I only w ih- c
*- I! road has: ordered -\\fltIO) tons of N"- ;; I' sack employment.! l -
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W which will be It is nisI unlawful for e.ir.didate! *!!
BlO!Si'ILLE.-The:; MeXeel Mar- pound rails, much of u'- weigh I'l'i: pounds and I i.ecr felt i>ttUT II a or ; I

:}II:t: |Je Company has advised the local U. ed in its Florida line:. I in my life. For years I ha-*... ::, f- any.. other person to hire or employ aIT st
::on to around o'ertate tocireul.tte
for'K fered with bad form or Ftu-mvhj
oj ]ji C. that the handsome statue a
Hteratuie. ief-
iiouks\ille': Confederate Monument'': J.CK'OXlLLf.Jute!: ; Walker, trouble! constipation and pains' ; ;in :'.y i campaign A
of White! Italian Marble has arrived of the Fifth Circuit Courtf .\liP{.als j 1 side and back. At times the p uh.i I i 'ieice: to Section Ii! will show that it e/

n t from Italy and is being prepared fortl :and Federal Judges: :Sneer, of the :( took the form of torture and I Ivah i i prohibits all form; of graft.
: :Section !9' that all
shipment at an early; date. Southein District of Georgia;: : and Call! twice examined and each time I was requires campaign
I literature; be signed i by the author and 'i ,
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of the Southern( District of Florida told] that I had appendicitis' and tInt
II' political "ad,;" I be marked
have handed] down a temporary! injunction an operation would 1 be my only ->pe. new.-paper
oj ,\COI.\-\ fifh'en-ton <'tri "
l'EX applied for I by certain! Laval I {lad fallen off until: I only weighed, "paid advertisement, and providespenalties
< tiss: air cruiser, the larpost flying ma- fur failuie.
stores uoduceis in Florida) in an ( f-I ninety-eight: pounds' and was so weakI
:T rh"P: yet to be put: in service by the | :Section:; 10 is against elev.-nth-hour
of tb.so: could around."I
fit totay the operation I hardly get
Is has reached} the! : :
States : .
United navy attackThi.: ; -ection makes it unlawful -
aero static!; and is being assenibrd' called Lindsay Pure Turpentine Law. ) had no appetite ;it all "c.u"ccly. for candidate other .$,7'R47.1I1I1Jp4J
passed ,by the last session!' of the leg-j; what little I did cat would cause: any or person
t The 'to tt ) and ij ijMITCHELL'S
( f ip o.'icial tats navy li.'pl: :" during the 18 days next before the L
i.-lature. The opinion was handed I which __
: to form in :stomach-
0 La.; r' 'ed orders for hn'ntmlchne: I gas; my primary to publish or circulate or
down Thursday: afternoon of last week J of the heart, ,sick
o' this I gave me palpitation
of type.h. cause to be published or circulated
I and filed in the office of Judge Call, }headaches and a dizzy f'Plingahout charge: or attack upon any candidate DRUG STORE. t
t. in Jacksonville. the head. When these spells came on '
MIAMI.! -L. D- Jones, manager of unless a copy of Said charge or attack -
|! the Florida Citrus Exchange, estimates me I would get awfully nervous I has been personally served upon -
f ST PETERSBURG.Deposits aggregating worried about myself until I could
; that last year over 15,000 barrels the candidate attacked at least eighteen
of limes were produced and shipped over two and one-half mil- rest and sleep but little. days prior to the date for the 11'f

|J from the Florida Keys, a larg- lion dollars are in the banks of this "I had fallen off until I was almost !- primary. f

fi portion of the crop being handled city. This overwhelming total was 'skin and bones,' and my strengthand Under this law a candidate who expends .

through the Miami branch of the Citrus : obtained by adding the deposits reported energy were slowly leaving me. I more that he is allowed to expend -

tI Exchange. by the different banks at the closeof had a dread of the future and couldsee under its limitations is subject to _. ""\" I IIt
March kith is striking ;,-o:...- j
W business on a nothing but the operating table punishment and forfeits right to get % -

s one and a concrete testimonial of and knife. I had a perfect horror of his name on the primaryballot or
thousand f
MANATEETen acres I
v the prosperous season through whichSt. but had made ..
my -
an up general election ballot. f: .. '
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valuable land near this city is to -
a Petersburg has been passing. The mind that it was either death or life, The law allows the candidate to .;, ,. ,
divided into 40-acre tracts and put "
I- up high water mark of bank deposits in and prepared to submit to it. I had spend only for the followingpurposes '
a the market for colonization. The money I r
upon St. Petersburg is always near themiddlt' made all preparations for the -.i--iJ.aLC
opera- to-wit
: For his trevalingexpenses
is to be turpentined and plans
1 timber of March and the figures reported -
r'; tion and called on my sister to tell fee for qualifying, stenographic :
for the erection of a
;iJ J J are under way land on the lath are probably those her good-bye, as I did not know if work, clerks at campaign
mill the tract. The
S large saw which make up the highest total of I would live to her again ,
ever see or .
headquarters, to address, and
belongs to John A. Graham, of prepare --
I t ? entown. the year. I not. My sister begged and plead with mail campaign literature, telegrams, .,'

i! J me not to allow them to cut on me telephones, postage, freight, express, -. '.. .,.
J I 'l..UIl'Thoma:; Palmer, attorn., I j and told me to wait and try a good statior.c-ry, list of voters, office rent, -'
i u FT. MYERS-According to the Fort tonic for while. The ........
for J. J. Mendenhall, returned yesterday -I a day as rew.-rsper advertising, advertising .tI
h Myers Press the citrus movement from from Tallahassee, where he argued I returned from the consultation room campaign book, rrintingand the rent

S that city to date has totaled :330,000 1 j before the supreme court in the ap- t I thought of what she said, and as 1 for 1 hall in which to address the voters. Are You Wasting The Price

t crates. The crop in Lee twothirdsto county is I i peal taken in behalf of the prisoner, !had heard so much about Tanlac I A candidate who expends money for ,
o 'ariouslestimated at from
\ i who was sentenced to life imprisonment decided to try it as a last resort! and :
three-fourths: and indication I other purposes in behalf of his candidacy ;
shipped every for the murder of Susie Eliot. i topped at Gilbert's drug store and violates the law. Of a Titan Engine? .
e to of largestand
% points one I The supreme court has the appeal Under I got a bottle. If course I had lot
: 't most; profitable crops in the history I This law requires all candidates to
.. advisement but there is no inti- heart: and hud no faith in the medicine i-
.I w of this county. (i mation as to when the decision! will but to please. my sister I madeup ir.akj at certain times sworn detail HpITAN engines run f u kerosene. '
imA of i-
rtatenents their
,I | be reached. :Mendenhall is still in my mind to take it, and ol', whata campaign expenditures.
J MIAMI. Over five and half million that for : to- Average cost of gasoline so far this yearn
a jail at Ocala, having beep moved to happy day was me

j sea tim dollars were on deposit; in the five i that place s-rvral months ago U-srausn "I never returned for the operation, Rest and I 16.9 cents per gallon. :

placMarl bank of this city at the close of biui- of the alleged
A ness on March 7th according to reports -! the jail at Clearwater. Mr. Palmer I Kight from the start I began to feel I for the arrest! and conviction of any i

: \ of the banks in connection with : states: that MendcnhaH! !! i Keeping up | better. The medicine seemed to take: p.r (t'i violating the provisions of the Gasoline costs over 100 per cent more than kero ;

the t the call of the comptroller of the cur This; spirits in a remarkable: manner hold of me right at once. It had a I said chapter (0170 or for the violation sene. Gasoline is going up steadily. Kerosene is not.

rency. It estimated that this is SiV! and i is; devoting his tin to working I j of a iy of the provisions of the registration '
forceTalla. : I ::nothing effect, and in a few days I At present fuel prices Titan engines, using kero- -,
, : 000,000' in excess of the deposits last |''on several inventions which he i- endeavoring \- felt no pain: at all. I was so happy: I or primal y election laws, or -
I. at Stone year on the same date. to perfect and one of which i over the wonderful improvement in I for the violation of the law which forbids sene, save their owners about 1.1 cents per horse power '

" ot I has been: patented. I my condition that I sent for my neighbors I the payment of poll tax: exceptby per hour. ,

tveenfederal I.AKELAXD-The foundry and ma- I to tell them how much better I the person who owes the sam Are you running a gasoline enginej'hat horse power is J

chine shops plant of the Peninsular I ST. AUfiUSTIXE. party: ofi felt I sent and got another bottle I With the exception of a few grafters it ? Figure what you'd be saving if you had a Titan kerosene r

thus sa Iron Works, at this place! is nearing i young men while strolling along: North II of Tanlac, and have jut finished tak- ar.d a few corrupt politicians who engine. Rather surprising, isn't it? How long would it take ,

only So completion and should be ready for I I beach Sunday in the vicinity of the ing my third bottle and feel like | wcuU attempt to buy their way intooTic. that saving to pay for a Titan engine of the same size f ."

eral sol operation within the next two weeks. point, discovered a human skeleton: have )been made nil ever again into a the people of Florida overwhelmingly >

tie..wal. ?.11 .. J'?ant,' i i* it aid, will be one of partly buried in the .and. The somewhat I new woman. I want clean honest elections. j- .. .,
the finest of the kind in ths ate ; discoverynaturally I I feel sure the sheriffs will be active International Harvester Company of America
I gruesome "As I have said before, I now weigh .
The enterprise will give employmentto caused some excitement at the time I'l't pounds, and my improvement has to this en:!. (l Incorporated) ...,4'i

twenty or thirty men.PALATKA.Twenty and has; aroused no end of speculation been so rapid that none of my clothesare Yours very truly. ..

| as to the identity of the skele- big enough for me. I will have PARK TRAMMELL Titan kerosene engines are told by

miles more (,f ton. Some are of the opinion that it to make (hem all over again. I now Tallahassee, Fla., Gournor.Marcn I

hardsurfaeed; roads will be added to is the bones of a bather who at sew I have a ra'enou.appetite, and 27th! 1916.Now! .

f the highway system of Putnam countyas time may have di owned in this vicinity I husband says I am simply ratinir him my I II I DeWitt t Jones :

f a result of the SSO.OUO !bond issue and the 11twafhNI\ ashore, while cut of house and home. I have even I II

election: held in that county recently, others maintain that it i is; that ef an I gone back to my coffee, which I was I STAKKE\: FLORIDA.Make .
the vote being overwhelmingly in fuvor I Indian buried there many ye.ti-' ago
.; told not to touch. Those terrible! pains k iss
of the issue.; The chief read to !ie when Indian prisoners were in campoil in my back and }head have all dUap- J

built with the proceeds of the Lo.n: ,, the beach. However, while all sorts j peared and I sleep like( a child.! I am Well I _

issue will extend, from Palatka to of theories are being aired, it 1 If doubtful '' ro longer; nervous, and when I !rctup --

_ Ocean Springs. | if the mystery will! ever be : olved!, mornings I fee! refresh d, cheerful I T 1 1

. 'as th iare positively r.o evid-ices sad !bright. 1 am noi .!4' to attend "Thedford's BlackDraughtIs
'.Gout! the skeleton to give a (''.u'. II Dollar Show Profit
ST. CLOUD.-W. II. iierney.hovesicles ( to my hou.-vhold di1--. :. ,d I the best all-round medicine Every '
on the corner of Fifteenth ( feel as if I had started life all' over 1

street and Massachusetts avenue, came II.UII.-It i i. quite possible! that a.l.I again. My hu.-band i i.- highly delighted lever used," writes J.A. I safblY t

to the Tribune office! yesterday morning rely industrymay; soon be developed! '' oral my recoveryis i the talk Steelman/of Pattonville,Texas. Have funds at all times .. and profitably employed -

and said he had a sweet potato ii: which the: much d=->pi>rd aw grass i I I of the neighborhood., I do nothing! but
which measured two feet in curcum- of the Florida Everglade will 1 l.e used rejoice all day' I'H\I' over; th" recovery "I suffered terribly with liver --they need no) be even temporarily

ference. This "tater" is of the Short for !some technical purpose a.1 1 already I I f-my health .nd-I praise! Taidar to eerybcdy. \- troubles, and could get no relief. } '
., Yellow Jersey persuasion, and Mr. 0. Lindcmann, of New York S
Kenney says he is going to eat eat it, city has carried out preliminary cx- "I feel so grateful for my escape The doctors said I had con .i.

( as it is perfect in shape and wry ten i periments to such an extent that h? from the operating table and the knife sumption. I could not work at I Invest In Time; Certificatesissued

der. ,i Ll'licthe plan will!! be successful.: Inc that you may publish what I have

f' ---- ;: letter to the Chamber of CommerceMr. said; you may, if you wish, tell other all. Finally I tried

I IETTO-Xewspaper. reportsare I( Lirdemann !states' that hs was di-I women suffering as I was to come by the Bank of vtarke. Let the wages r
to the effect that over 1,_'OO cars 1 I" "'(d ly 1) Small, of (he New and see; me and I will be glad to tell THEDFORD'SBLACK
., Botanical: garden to communicate with' them all about my case." industrious dollars ?dd constantly to their
of produce have been shipped from the local .#
bodyin conection with the
I i I Tanlac is sold exclusively in Starke owners income. -
the Palmetto section so far this season j| establishment of his proposed indus- by C. P. Cason; in Lake Butler by :.
i I i I try. It is not known whether Mr. w
under refrigeration and about as Tomlinson-Maincs Drug Co.; in Hampton -
Lindemann is We 4 cent interest anti issue certificates that
| connected with the New by the Hampton Pharmacy; in pay per
many more by regular freight and ex- York botanical
i garden, but as he Lawtey by the Cash Store in
press. The tomato crop in that section :states that he Drug ; mature in three months or a year.
4 was directed to get in Raiford DRAUGHTand
the Co.
j is estimated at from 1,000 to 1- i!'I touch with local by Weaver Drug ;
j people by !)r. Small and in
I Worthington R. T. Taylor.
200 cars. The celery crop is also very : :it is by
I believed that he at leapt is working -Advertisement. New accounts are cordially invited

heavy.MARIANXA.. i in co-operation with the New York to surprise I got better
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I was patchy. In some places a whole and am to-day as well as any
.-Saturday night some i field was cut down while elsewhere
miscreant scattered box more of : man. Th e dford's Black-I BANK of STARKE
a or '! II.-\STIXGS-St. Johns is hardly a slight trace of icy fingers
large tacks in the street near the de- di'ingin the county could be discerned. Draught is a general, cathartic,
hope that
the last frost
pot and leading up the hill toward the vegetable liver medicine that
jof i the season has been experienced, ,
business section. It is supposed thatit
:'and that henceforth the best of weather Watch Child's Cough. has been regulating irregularities
was done to injure auto tires, and I! conditions Colds, running of nose, continued STARKE ; FLAt
several caught tfiem. There will prevail until the of the liver stomach ud ,
were by )I I i crop of spuds is irritation of the irusous membrane if I
to market.
is no clue to the perpetrator, but it is Last Friday morning neglected may mean catarrh later. Do bowels, for over 70 years. Get t 'S.
another little
evident that the tacks scattered nip
were not take the
chances do something
at the hands of Jack Frost turned the a package today. Insist on the
maliciously! from the number that were : for your child! Children will not take s
picked next day. I i corners our mouths down for awhile genuine Thedford's. &70 :-:- -:-= _"_- -
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I be heard here and there for New Discovery and without ,

j DAYTONA.-Nearly two millions prospects damaged or shattered.promising bribing and teasing; It's a sweet In HorMbtok. I StlMmpoied Taxes F

of dollars will be expended this yearn "Hope springs eternal in the human pleasant tar syrup and so effective. : one earliest date at which drums The taxes are Indeed very heavy

\ !! public and private improvementsin breast," however, and while there is Just laxative enough to eliminate the ( o.I were carried on horseback in England and< If those laid on by the govern-

Daytona. Daytona Beach, SeabreezeAlhmlale no use in hiding the fact that altogether I waste poisons. Almost the first dose He Remembered.Mrs. appears to be 1542, when Henry VIII. taetf.t were the only ones we had to 0

: Wilbur and Ortona. according quite a considerable amount of helps. Always prepared no mixingor Bickers was reading the latest sent to Vienna for kettle drums that I jaji we might more easily discharge I #

to the Daytona-Halifax Journal. damage has been done to the: the I' fussing. Just ask your druggistfor war news from across the pond. "Let could be played on horseback "after I theft) ; but we have many others and
crop ,
: The proposed improvements include actual damage cannot be estimated at'1 Dr. King's New DiscoveryIt: me see." she mused "when wa it war the Hungarian manner. Mounted mu'/h more grievous to some of us.

: good roads, sewerage and drainage, this time, and will not really be known will safeguard your child against ser was declared!" "Is it possible, my bands were In vogue in the last decade We]are taxed twice as much by our _

school buildings, hotels, yacht club, until digging has been started. Like ious ailments resulting from colds. ((2) dear," rejoined her husband, "that you of the eighteenth century, the two idh! less! three times as much by our

public |:' -iry, industrial enterprises the other visitations the have forgotten we were married June regiments of life guards having them prim and four times as much by our
damage done Read the Telegraph-11.60 A year I folK. .
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1 a law placing a ban upon the sale .1 un' r .5. I'r.'II.rinnh ,. frte- I l.tr-by. announce I) 11f II cll.lid: I..far
loUtal and Long Distance Phone ::.". I I" ma'!,' lair lii\'nal! :
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Now e"I.ahm. .
doth the joyoUg candidate a I ai.rtfl'! '1 ..
I Ide of the troopers of Seventh :t11tTeifth I-'rench Wanl Mother TonII Tau ht 'I \u:.,..!,.. ,. .: I a I 111. ,..tritt.Pill.. ir I aM i ,' ( .1. I ', : .r''ill) 11.8ii: rit- ti dO \hat hI _
Improve each wakeful minute, ,. .. iinJSi' .Ji'ra: fur nfl C; t'1' at ; UI lhls b.t"h, I Iii ..
the tread1t'rous'iIt( > 4 n. I e".r'I" nknli.n .
J In the over in all : : nl t ,'.' :1, \ \" .i I .r I itaaii'.trtct..
stramLling for fec-paid job, chools, Same a. th'I I ta I Iia- "' ctais url 'r my 1"1. 0".1"
heart uf the :\I'I'b"al 3 J .,
into the Santa ,I .1 :11'I I' i'1 .u r le IaNj In "I' r. LXI.EIIII.
Though he there's nothing in itEstero ,111

: says Eaglp. l'y-oll strange soil, \\ here the foot- Enllish LanA'UIA't' I I t Ia ill ii) :!J i." !;''p.'tt1y.! I I h. 1 tv. UhaO.-tu.. .. ;..), if rl.n.li.I" f..rI
-i- inr was ill.et'UI'; llId the dangers mknownto :- I ; p ----I. ( PH l'IW. I,I'. ..I.ul\. ( "'umiI'. j. 'I. ",-Iri 'l X. I
fall the hanllit hand I t. an,auf'ra :1 ca nil. h" f. rr tuJ. I I .Ir; I I' a- ; .I It.- t at-t-
announced ) 'I.dr .
c. : 1\11' I. W. Pinholster has upon! 1 iy 'PI'lt
; ()TTA\VA, Ont., April li.-- \Vhikaking I .!I.t.t ta.', h' t i.l'la.tof (I'rk .r 11!:.' I 1Nl! : a.r th' Iilrici : "1 If :1. 1.1. I ,.,.ul, II
strike: 1':11.k for the crime tf Cenbus ) '
as a candidate for the le islature. )11' anl ( ..iurti.i'icL the a .r tIta -1IC 1'dUrl "- I Ii. alt! f I; ..ITictat t IN" .I
m the greatest (tfurt uf !H'I' IlIs- I II' 1.! .
Pinholster has had some legislative experience lui 1...13 :11 tho !'ilary c !"rli.n l. II : .J.I J"ii' I. :IHH \I :)1 (!UFFS.ni .
tory in till' great Europl'ail var. ("nil'ada I ',4 I. II l .;. tl". 1 or 1.lf.,1c."lly '
all it remark- 'IIt I
he having represented Urad- From lCl'ounts was a l'I'hm't ( ( yIMsultN) NO. S
is thn'atl'nl'tI with Sl'l'Ulltl onli- 1..I't ant fil :11 .li"n flsTlr
ford county in the lower house, md he Lle ride, an ('XIlll'it to be featured! in I a 1I., t hi """lrt::'"'-<;"r tlii. i.Tict. I r. 'I'I f. :lyk .t' f !I n'annum"c.. n I : ,. (tar
i. IIOe us dang-l'r. civil strug'l.d 1.tI'I'1thl' Castittly (
-. i is ll1 t.iii' lJr Aml'l'i'a valor arid! a 1 I : "rPIi" 1 r if Ili'lrlcl Na. :
mad most valuable member. lie : {'nuanl't' I :1'tr "UlI.url. .
a I :: aak c r anal : h.n'
twu inillioii Fn'ndl p"lkill 111- %v. T. 'Inr:! \ t.m I I"'cruny l.llitI
familiar with the needs of the :l'a- .f I h- ijt M at Ihc'
fully 'U'I.r
i .J'mu.ralic
habitants and the six millio:1 : bp"akin ;, : ,
county and its people and will prove Fifty milt's in an If.my ('ounll'YhPI't' J-:1I1 I:. 1. 'I'lL .tG; .A I: I) I r!: iil.'lIiTTI: : : -'Wn'; 1:1 :'i'II' t. iw itt Li aaflIte: 'ah. and I.rmb.
:-: i within I i Ill'r L 1'11111111.11'It' of ,I : 'f: a t. tin lay d.tii- such l.lnmis.ianla'r.'t' .
P'I'SUIIS : I\IUO' ( oxrrI 11.1 I II.' 11..0..rlic Iii i tii' 1:1.1 lH'he
wishes amll\1 !h might lurk in
.: responsive at all times to the a dcahly ;. ot I Furn.I i I'. fiir.lir. ; : : I st'itiu-xcv.:

ot his constituents. lie is a farmer e-WI'y thicket.-ta'! lillt: of the F('on! r : :'uld.d"1 I ttutrItuci.i1I :! I, I tl I v :wn.lrCI my".lr B nm'lc' ;') :: .

and and we never knew !Ii undrfll! Aln'utly thl'n' ar(' 5I'ri'LI.tii't n'fli.al I :. lit. xt-tt i Ihm'u'ruli. i'rmar). ;1/1'1'I i N i I':. f.. ri-l'a min:>i.n f.r I I." .lii.C' .I i'a .!'v ftnflalflle, : c.r: a eanaliltita' for
a good one, I t-ht- Car.naa.--a.r .
:; to pay taxes, hit ten II,'loa II':. III \.ur \\ il I. A"prd"h'd. a.f : .II.thc. "f Ira.lfnrt ('nllt) IrI.a: .a t In rut Na.. :
make Xor is it wt 'ndt'll. The 'ompll't I :UI..r Ie a tr.'i. r .
4 a good farmer to fail to a good ; .11! j. I I I" I hI' o'm.crl pri i.ll 1..1. II:'w IIn.1 r.Hlf'.ly '-
l l'ariialllt'lIt, sll'ps to form, n "war 1. I v I".I! in .luI" iti. : ;, >.olicil I It. Ill';a.it or j.
i- the :tor will ztttd! to it.1t.tie.. Fu..tllt'r i tl.
legislator when given opportunity. : ) 1"1 a e'nl.rlli
fu ld. a well organizeit! 1I1\1\'lIIl'lt lOl"'l'wnt r' .:itiIy! .niiclt thy lul..rt or f! alrn'I Iania-t-' 14 I h..I.1 ian ,
: -Green Cove Times. into the \.lh'y anti pt'rhaps into the "I.alio .1. 01.. an.i I..i, if n"nlinut.t "n.fllfuly "n.m t.I.'rl..1 to ala. my aluty
recruiting for t'lInllla's: a..my TRADERS .J BUSINESS ia !., faithfully .r I' C''ain)i.-a,a. r. a:1:
S mazps of the bilk must dash tht':>I' 1.1 I. .nChllc tl. dli. /r-l. 0t4' lily II"rlI

:. The Germans are hard masters and hovs of r.ul's-until till' tll\'ili--h tlt'ed abroad, Inti threats of "sI'r's.ioI"Where _! 1 1Visiol' I}. a :c... Jm-: 1L. \IL.\US. I :in,I.culin nak il; II 'ui n'l r'.unly. Caaflt_lets..UIII

: : their "thoroughness" is used in squeezing Fight CI'nlt'u 1I I I I I., I nvat-tf ran.ii.hc' Inc I. I .1.lt..
of the ruma is a\ eng'd.. the vi.I.ll ion r. ) raoU t- n -!

everything possible out of the of our border! pUli! ht"1.WhethI' The tight 'lIh'rs over tIll' faniousegtilation Learned a Lot During a :r.li' fl( f.r ra1au.ciitativ" in I h. SIl'Iq.il'urc' I I I". ;'a .."-II Hi InnOIre":- 1 lila' cili.a-nc. or ConlIn' -
"uj'el the Iclion ur I
to Ih11 Irrl lllal am eanli.
1. a
i ; conquered nations. Here is an in- it j I.,' l'crshig or ln(1l! sho "l: 17; ," and tht' I'rinripJ"' at Trip TIiroh the Ever- I:, II" ,( '", !,' .rimnry .Idtion to I. held ,I f. I'..atfltnrni.";.art. r in arid fair .a.l

stance: A man in the town of Boit- tin ishes the task w.' may hl' l'onlhl.'l1t !'t.kt' is the rirht uf tire FI''I1I'h tOil.Ul' I ." Juiaa Ith. I "1"i ., if tia e",1! 10 Ii", can I-Iric. '''J..t In..l! tan hf I iii- .h.mlcnti,'

I fort, Belgium, had committed suicide that it will Itl' Ioloh' dOl1l' nut what.rYeI' not only to bt! taught ill all 1 titihihit'hOOlS glades of Florida.t' ;.:: 'Imy ful 1II'nli"n utn..t In tl.',.duliu\'.; to tat nt thl ,r.r!((ha'aa.1 1.'l t., t I''II I rn.::.t I... tat a !I' eli.n'ailhll' J'a't.h'rf.c' (h. Via.!I If c.I.I, ; taf II

by shooting himself, and because the may 'onll' an'r.l' must ht'stow SC of the Provinces Ontlri\l. !I ilh r'I er :l ('(anctrIltd. I'I .'. .b i a..r \all, Cafl.rat't.t 11. ,. ,. r ..1 ilr lll I..t il'

; Belgians are not allowed by the Ger- the ladge of ,' the trol> hut to have elJu:11 prOmilll'nl'I' in t ha' I 1' r. McDNI.D. .
I ourage upon p- : tluittv dy ti rip il the ('WgId /'- .I H:; rfYOLDS.I .

mans to use firearms, the town was ers who rode with !)o&td !-Tampaibune. cu rriculun with English. ,' iahidl:: lie die WlstI I 1&si' ;1.;. nlll..1 "f 1""loilJ h. ii.. cit-I I I
: tr.\h',1 i,:cr.s "f .unt hat I m nail- I h. ri lay mat'a.'&, i'- I:.a-I I e'aitlialmt! ,. tar
t- fined $1,500. The of the town The Province of is 1.,1.1 y : :
mayor Tr Quebec I '
I overIi i''HI : i 1illi i i furtyn' alit I ('nt'-halr ,kttit..r I .. in : ; I. 'I"jttII I : ..11ictof ( ''I.h II ,, ',.i..r fu I'it --

( then posted placards, requesting those S whelmingl FVIMICh. Of tll' t\\ 01 II- I itt il'. : 'd :. rud1. Iii.. "cl f"lr'wJI'\. Ilril:::lr.UI, :\1 Ic I t i. I N... : Han..I, I:: kettI' I \11 I:"'

; who intended to commit suicide to use l.'n'nrh speaking (Canadian. I : Wil 10"n:1: al'ar 1,11: un .h.n! ,' fi.} If I :'1 ban ,rtai I 'ith ilt ., my t.st llor" II 'a ,'. mi .\Iriel Itia.catlinty .
1 ;
.\ <:()OI) MAN. lon s'v- _
It ily .' a" \.I-I;( 11,1 If h. hail I 1.1; 'a' I. bra'.. : .u ,'_ : at In"c' tn \f1":: I'run'y anal imJ'rn.tnt -
the old stand-by method, hanging, l''nt I live thl', r.lhful )..
Adjoinin I
Plltfn' per li.; r.ti. rv-n. auk f.r
drowning or poisoning, as otherwise Quebec is the most southerly! hig 'tit ]II1il: j.1 Il h.llnorh l'l'llath! '1 ___ ____ .___ \ t )"tr MI.ur 01.1.at tl1 I' :tit. i-a I" i"n .rS .

A good lIla, according! to approved 'a11 t hi. s hII.'s I of 1 ('Ul'UUlt tn" ':;, ft nil I Fl laI'lISF\TATIVE-titFl': : : TWO. II I it. I). IY..
the would be
town pauperized. the .
most important ProviIwt' in ( : !., J
,tanllms! needs POt at all hI' a :1- iue by til OCt'aIfl li-t,'t'-i.os. Evidently :n"11 I my".lr .anc.I: in ] -
S read a-Ontario, which has O .''hHIFn'nch ) ) I;;:011 T\O for n"min.li.n r.r "Iiel' "fH I! I ,' i I ,
markablQ man. I Ill' nay Le a very I lIl lit.t th, e.xpt-i'k':('. for hi' 'aii'd: Ihp 'I- ( Ir nnn"lnr 1. : I c'lr"li.all( f.I'
it IIII. f..m 'aaunty ('aaralmi--iaia;
the Ir..nllli" ti I"-Irirl .
On account of the sinking of speaking inhabitants tIlt r a 1' Na. 5 IcI
and through life without .I: lud1 i itrCII,1atila.II I II .r,1 ...II). I."j.l I" tIl Icli.1 lr 11 r. .- solicit ,
Iluiet man 1.1- ,1 (hava'I'rt
g-o fuly IJc .f :0
steamer Sussex and other ships on :!,;OOOOO, most of them in the city ..alie prima.y ,.I..ri"l I.. la- tial, ., .1. .:,. h i "' t..
much noise. Rut Fe has ct'rtaill I.t I ; with a :'ur\.yil jJlrty that I : I" :a} -el'.: II.t Iani'uli'aIi'
which were Americans, without warn- capital of the Dominion.) \.1. 'Ih. 1'lc I r" -I.'lruly salkit 1:1 UI'I..H.t! ...d..u.l WI'r, tln.-t 4 f.r t hi' iaa-.t inter, ,
virtues which give him a higher'alue Utawa was ilknt upvn laying But a path 1 all ,.I, I" tat 1'r.crulC; Irimtr alt'II'amtr '.1' :.1 M. G. \l. llINEIi.Fi : : ,
ing, the routine work of writing notes The French Canadians' date 'd'l
rights lie f by the TmiiI ; II failhrul di'll.an'c' 1) .lul if I _.
lhan who in T.Iiami -
to Germany has been revived. The many a. superficial way back to the Treaty of Paris, by \\ hkhFrnce 010(0 tint ha.norai \ilh n.nonal," IHtl .I,clam.A. ". 1'1mIH.
1 Ul the-[' I'l' IaQ in the Iluneh. They ..
last note from Wa.hington was simply' are greatly al'ow him. recognized England's 'I \ S. CIES.T. f hCr..hy nnnmD '.,: ,.J n enalialattfair

lIe is an honorable} man. He tells sovvrIra I d plenly to t'at, plenty! to do through I If'.fOI.n; t.a the ofir, rf
an inquiry whether or not the Sussex eignity in Canada and the French ('anadians : (fla-lfl.Ctatje '.d. .f Irdi"r: I ('uurt)' : ). I late- ; h"ril o BrtlurJ
I the anal .i. my ,"e'j.h'n.y t na,1 -
the truth. His is day, pllrt to to .
word good and if he Sing th1 I Itt-rtiy tnnaaunna.:1 citaIia.tta- r'.I'I'prwnlalin' :. 10 fiithut.Iy "; ,
was sunk by German submarine allowed 1 1tain 1 .eha' my
a were explicitly to re1 lutit
has promised anything he keeps it. Hecle'ives sI I : p ('.ICh niht-excejit CJ night I in liii- I".latul' .r fl' I :.Ia il, itt riIT. anal hta.e I Lat n".k has nut the'itaia"vnl a
; and to such a qUEstion Germany can their language custom and reliion. (; Tw". .
IU\ all Ia UI.p.rlef the :.
t1 .r
only be expected to give the answer : no one, even though he could Today a member in the Canadian: II II:1.} I there vas 'jlt 01(' mO"'luito with.iflu1 th"h'rs In s'cHlly, e"I.I"s.I-1 I"'ila, lu I. h.'t ,. r.,. a "IN'I 111.ui'-tt.'C. II1I"l lit the rlmin that I tar.-can

do So to his advantage and without mil ; them. ,\ic! from hd.1! .1 it iii' 1lh.: 1:1': t :..mi"t.. ir i a I. :t.iI. I mIO'. If n'" I .'. gaaaad ;
I'I she that sha d'sn't know. Iti l II .tt.1 (li" as s'niee
gave, P arliament may (! liver a speech itherI .i" r"a.tnt :.Ih'n'. aIi II t:1: clli,, .r th, aalie. aiathtrta, .
( t it II..ir a .t" .1. Lat-tti-r .
di. lie does not iml' w as for I yet.nh
; .COVOFy. try to get nll' ( :1 II
was -supposed that after von Tirpitz's : I in English French and all I tllt ulol'l \ tu lhl' I.'t inl r.t .f 111 ,"";,1'. r.r.r,' I rasItctluitialielt su..rl.I .
01 publcdocum I .Ir
what beloms to others and he ti-ie 'm iitttr'r how 1;.
:; li -
l'\'IIY I K
1-lo dllI fo.y. nLnK.
; discharge from the directorship of the 'nts are printed in both Ian- : I
to tlo to lie I was the atflitlhI'iP."Ilit. I ., -
juSticO every person. enden.ors '
German submarine warfare : nut ( IIT\TY Sti'I .
.t navy to jutltze and cvry g uages. over hcih it is prtpos.dto I ctfuUy : IIXnXF. i 11, ;< ito :nno.ll..';1. the C1t17.a-ns tat Ir.l.
should assume a more humane and lest every peon About 188 an agitation was rout' r'11. In."no. a ./I.H..t. county hut I II', rnndi'lh'! for .
1'g l I thiS; i Trail is for thi ,' .r Strta-ninta.atit nt of Slia.ts .r i "I.'. rt 1 aSiaha
c action in a jut manner and to give 1,1 Ta'lial thru'h a a.lfc t. hl Iletnn ala'rnatcratic primary
unlawful aspect, but it looks now as if in Ontario to restrict the use of Fr'lchin ilra.Iaar.I c"uII). :titI '(.litt ) "' HII',"! I il! 1.-etion 10 I t' hail ', tth. I n aptetfully'cjt
the cltdit for real value, but no more. lIe I. :io'some arl.I-I1I' is tlwl'e any great II"! I..imar; )' 'eli1 tam 1..1! 61h ..r.hll' ; t... 'H aattlI IP
.n SUpl"'lt
deposed mm: was only a scapegoat, the schools and after t1 : voters &t the ai.1
whose discharge would for a time put i3 not a hypocrite, is not a time server, fierce the many yearsof I hOlll' of hlildilg- up aliflg the way ., I'H,: 1.I'el : ,ii f.I-I ir t ('I"cle. I II ;mary :III'nml'l:a ::olhful di.rh.rll(f Ih,'
d.atit. :
I pro\'indal
controversy filhrul) I.cl'ar my I I. s or the il
with VillageS till tlm'e 1. ; ofi.
ininuating : \If.minglie does not rm
or : ( atharje L LOISileIatklP _
off the
evil of for hal ( U
day reckoning Gel'J" government held an inquiry and fount I I. )17E.L. I 'v. J. lI'I'EISO a
:ide with any man just because such e in the topography I --

r- many. has infhcneeand the Fi-ench-English schools \WI'l inef. oi thC is I l.c..1 I y announce m.lf a cnHlal'! ror : \.\ .
/ 1 ran (ben not ad- coaitry. reallynuh oftIl FI TOR'J.
and irregular. I the ntieeof! ; C.unl) SUI. 'rnl.'nI"lt of Pub t I itiri lay nn"ul"" .;.) '
7 :. 'an.lidat. f.r
All signs show' that German i isI v ocate a measure simply because it i isfashionabll' fdent course, 1\1 a (!il'd wanlp- 1ritractinn. suhj c lo the action of thi- cCmo
seeking to end the war by such de- to ci.) 50. lie is not afraid "R'gUlatiOn 1. alhol.h t1re vill lie f'illl alie ,.rimary (.I.Ci.n lo Ithalal on II.he I. ::i. i:-i..t, IJro.ro ..:.y a. .ubjis'.t to the will
I fun. i'i.: I the a rib !...
cisj'e actions as would enable her to to have his OWII Opinion and to let ithe i The measure known as "Hegulatiln IIanii.s! oi 1-oth with whlh! to I.uidthl I or I.h'r r'tuly.aid solcit. \I'I.t : a"titttaafl I ,",,.,:. hd,1 n. eiar.t.caj.n .3 lane 61h.lit thel'l'ltritv I

I known. lIe does not fall for eith r 1 j" was passed. Tiis enacts that Ergsh 10ll 011'(' it i,: Before 1. .\. scorn. 1< a.1 fully H.lieil tha- SUI'IM'I t at the \oh'r
out of the strife l'OI'l'l'nl'cl
get advantageousl ti must be taught in all ualschooh. I :.t "ai.1 f'rimar '''mb. my faithful "t"f.i"n -
olll or flattel')" lIe mind his own bjln it the cdy of: :10
redls \stnn ,
hence her I Iwr"I.y : tat the dUliu r
submarine war Inl.\ne 1)'lr I tlnJib1 ror a aatTit.i' at I am i-la-ct-
fare and the horrible slaughter at Ver- bUiiinrss and dues not villify othrs.Ill' It must be the language o 1. lade 'ounty th.' way baths, thl1jhthe "",. ainl't- .r CounlY Sur'riih 1,1"lt cr I'I., ..J. I.. I. ANIItE'i5.Ti 1
communication and instruction "' lie Int.trurtian. to the of i A .
.uhj'ct 8di.n
, dun. But she has for six weeks hurl i. not cranky, arrogant or selfish L, nfcI' "Dig ( 'YPI'': : -: l'XtctngI ,!, th.: ,
'nu.mllc .irary tall Jnn GLh l'Ii- tl" I" locrtie Vt.; t. .r B".lr.rJ County
the : .
first two unless The I'H. :
dMefitl'd unmerdful. lie years, insp"eorn !; I'Oktte! but there i iame isI ., .
nor or
! ed a rain of terrible projectiles, use a :. ; spot; inr to the 110.1; ltl.nltat. '' nl,1 ear( 1 ra ly anaa.lr.r. ii,\ tlndioan for State' ,
knows that he has faults and weak i t in specific cases deem it best that alU1Ialc to : I "i -I..toh c.r lal'r; i,1nt." :if d..t.l. I''I ': t""r from Irlf at' : .unly. II.,1 I Itn.mi
I liquid fire, deadly gas and all the other I- Ie fOUll1 lI s.HCit th" .r- I It you railtr'i ,
: than two for in i p"lflly lIP"rl t.oh'n I rformal' my )
teaching :
abominations she has invented for '1'sse :and thl'efol'he i is reason longer year a long tlit. way.JII' : trunw.ry. R I O1'1'ELL. I I ':t ., 'LttilIv. -

Th al.le in !his expectations from others be allowed. After the frst Lo'kla"'lS .uIpi-iscl! to finn I I II:. ': I':. MPPLETON.MF.1ItEi.uIIiiii .
killing and maiming men, all in vain, I I _
: l ie and two years one hour each day must bdevotcd "n I.y an""unC tUti. if Inn rt..It 1". I
can forgive forget. all the t"1
.4 for in spite of the platoons she has \1"0 many eminol.s il an'a Ih"' ,'. or C"Url) Su.rill.n.I..nt a.f cIaaa; I ;_ '1\im I'ST.Nl n. I
Such are the characteristics' of n. to the teaching of Fi-ench. .j Iir.tltcaral : I I ltkc this .
\ ( ( sm'l'P"'S ( cnp- ( ..ully anti 11 :1.1 4t thank lIt" nteria
burled to take the place of those 1 fr. l'I'ccfuly .hOII 1
ood man-anll a good woman too, ofl'ourSI' Thus, while the regulation went 1 lopj I ( ) t iIw (unps.-tl't'' y ur \.1. il Ih, Juno I. ,cct.-J. II I l-a'llr.1 Iuunl\' f.,1 ; -J' o'I.Ilaitnea' (hat lhl
slaughtered the French British ( WI" ,< : I'al :"
and \ii 1vor to lull nntl inc" <( th,' : n"irHI,1 'ar.1' m. in n..II'linK r
i XO shining or imposing prop way fr&ui abolishing FrCldl, the they thin heu! : Inllrn"lh : In a tIjC.aaf '.I.II.t .( -a.
have stood their ground, and her-C .wl hOll1'S'o IntliI" saw ; .r our : : i: n.\I.! and 11. Ih. Schail Rat

I : was a new demonstration of the dist Iti's put this stamp 011 him or hei fact, specifically protect't it, < !nuage i n c\'l y day life, Jwt their faiif" ,: I. t!, ":II.I..n! ..f Ih,. C.II.I'. .. 1'nd":1 lm'll fm m or Imf>' it mitt -in.I"I 'r''. '-iln v an.,'fri'nls:11 the I _

covery made Soon after the beginnin! They are, ono would think, virtue : was clarly :ulm1naeto i at,> with) tiwm tr.bl with theni.thCy _. SHFII..__ i inie ] r.re. ,. .I.illi"ntyai I I -t.ai-: !Ha:.I()amt n..h r.
of the war, that neither sid can win which shoulll 1)0 'xp'd'd fl'om'ery En lsh. AI.tl .,I' suml tJ.II' ,00. I TtX (01.I.FTOR.. I,I 'II'j I ,. {. tn th" aniaa. .s :alt'ion II JUIU :
Ihl 1Ca i.v ny ( /
any decisive victories. The German per on. Yd a g-oo.l man or a g-ood FI''nch-'peakin Quebec was carag'r;tc :'l'i'VO'S i",: > that it ouMI ..1 Ia cli"1 (mar lt'lft4aIIC'titia.flict.hflt-t' ,.1 ir Tu a,"(:I.lilnlt.! f'r I I:, ",. wi I : ,It..11-,.,:. .!a..' I.., z.T.r. nn:- it i, aatne.Iat :Chnq:' -' :

people aware oC this \voIn-an i is not SUl h a commOl (' CllrITI1l'C. e d llY this action of its sister pro- e pcsil.I;, t J ,p'un' mtios fl'um t I'cfllIa.k5 I rmlf.r,1 Caau'tty.aitja el I. 111. :tet:fan I'ct..r of tl.r"1;:; il Il fttiaaa-. : IiI'\lJTEi. -
are now cr ,. _
This i" hut v iilP. An agitation with Iouassa I ". ;c ; rnary; .r .1 uni an.l
sad true
ing loudly for peace, as a prolong:1ti n a .. its IfI'i d a pi ite a lit' higher mi..,' ir "'"'0",1 I. ..jvt' Ih,. hlrle.' 1'11.Iantun,,' 1..1.I ;.1MILIII ;nl.t'! .". {o.\f; 1)15?. NI). %
----. l at head began against the ,. J" th- \ ul"f- I I .
tegulatton. ila- '
I of the war will only mean further impovt'rishment lothi'Ig-; 11.lip\'I'll 11'11tn' L 1'1,1 lay ''r.d 1ta.et fully.II. a, a- unnll c.my eanI.-
WEI.I.:4. iTlISEU'TOMATIC Two hundred schools in t. I'tVI.INtL I: y Ia.r "Y.nl.r I.f t' H."r,1 lr In0" .
of Lfltl! would! I Il' theirs for a irt Iublc
the "
without '
country Ontario forfeited the (j (ili'a' :. .:. :.t.j.'t II the
the hope of any gain. provincial slh.ol ..HI ainl that v"ni..ll ('01! I.eSII'UIt j 1 1"1: ,. t Iaj. n1'II Ito I- -lnnlm.inJ tam Ih,' !I I. :.11. :. n lr t. Iaraary. Ir aue.-ful I .

;#- S I..st week's ellitorial 0:1 Automatil'InigtioI1 grant rather than observe the regulation dit'd, fOI low plil' e'Ih1, ls. .f :,tra.Ifatrai. ('lnl I : a cii.flt t a: .. tl I,(my -r-i--t ia c'lf.rl: II 8.1\8ne.
and the ; : f.r i tlTieia'f tt.ilnly itt'. ." ;u.f "II."i il Bra.t.rd count).
Many people have the imp'sion has amused the growers of government insp.tol';I Rut: they \ 11 11.on\d t.) lie saidly s niajiet t. I Il wii uf l1...,, :1 (.l". ik ma.rlic \Ui..ul'.rl; i" r"I'll)' sClieil./ a
were threatened with violence. I .
that a newspaper is in the class of ..1Lo this !section to action, for rig-ht now The (iistulaii'd! co ilutmt{'. The !'uv- I.rimar Ihis t. I" fart Jun.Ith.. InmalilW I "bh tap ::
leaders of the I r.f'r tot) tt la.taata.nii .r IlrstatfonIent
common carrier, and is compelled I is one of the driest times we !have had profiting by the distraction mo\.tment of the al'( ('i" l'.plsrd to pllTha c eggs. Tht 1".1 :1: II'aul'c'r:11"10.111 tat I. C"I)' anal I. "1"1 r ..' r,,' ). that I '1 II c.Vtillh' (mar T'clionI. !

accept any advertisement for the insertion for scpw tim". Sen'ral ar{' l'Xperimrntn. war I t re ? rlrt\--r\e ('Plt! the ,I.I! -a'"'' ,:'ful Ith'nli ia.fl I" Ih,' .I alTktvf :mf'.h'r or t.a B. 1111 c lntructiona'
to press their dalms. ( I I. .1.r j if I am h".lnr..1lh ..!. .. e.l.'I'I blriet :_. an ir I
of which with the well and I'eults Ruts no; hitui-u' was too high.iii : < 11'el..1 I.mii.
is ; OCrUII't' f" !
: al'e )1 tiful
t payment i in this city when the : Hll'h I;. w. IZI:::. >t 1 i I. I',. ;,no all. 1,1 I r''I.I."II .
The postoffice department has just licing watched with much interest. It- Seninia'! must accept los. Willllh(7 I )' ".Iitlt )'...ur 'U4'1: u' the euminK ...riry .

made a ruling) declaring that a newspaper TIi. '114I'"t10:1! hs been asked if these tempted Women barricaded to carry out themselves the new inside hhV. Not mUlh! Saul the "ol inal1ter""ln I lit-I clf h-rt... tat: .ti.'lte-m.-l'1.I"r' !nr( :1 Bra..rt(:n.h.I... f.r 11.: .mat Juiia 1:1'6: -.lIUIII. E IJOI.LASS.you fair I.a.t '

is under no obligation to :l'ept wells will act us drainage welts! i incase of the s :Miaiui# two days ago; I'. -1"i.'l II Ihi' 1"m"elli ii l'I'ilar Ir e"ll..J u Ia' -- ------ --

advertisement that it some schools and the police were eg'g's fcrly cents; forty-Ih' IWI'p MIami Ia. I'IO.! nnl s"li.il -ai'pa'a-t .r t hiI" flI L.aCraL.c M DIEI !;IIOI. I.\ I} IST. NO. 3
any may pref er of surplus rater, Only to a very attacked with fists nails ; 'atttr3. JOXI: I l1n l. ; ,'
finger 3 for
J..tIX( 8In'lel'
) ran.lidat.
to decline. There other limited cubs forty-! 'c miles away! Then he a ..1, cl lana .
are many pe 0- extent, hut the drainage problem and red i ictually It :t-a :1'11.r ,:th School Buanl fO'
who think peppel' a smiled-hut the FOR t'll TJt'l li.trjct :. : to the action or the .1
pIe seem to that if >i' 6LIJ.
a ('ompat'ati\'ly simple and there: !UI'I''OI'didn't. I h'n.ly d! .
newspII For War Fund I ann"ule. n'ytlf as email!,IsI. t moerlic l'rimIY' a 'cti"n 10 ha' hl.ld tinune .
per is obliged to publish \' i is no question about the feasibility of The They paid the fCrt '-li\('{Its.1:1 fnr r'.I.'I.n; tl the ,'ITc. Ir ('aauflty I .h,'. f .1 5th. I rtepa ,t.,: "Iicil thc' support tat

munication that is presented t oit. This the w'lls for inig-ation. .Joxperiments l legislature of Quebec has passed Sit it 't .t. with all the .r Brull.r.1 Caunty, ttli'jtCt tl thCli.n of i I 111 ,a.tt-ra amid jariaary c '..Ii.". .
is also a mistake, growing out of tht' tried since the lat issue of the Tl'ibunl' by a vote of 46 to :a an act to al- t hit Sn i u eli .. :'a Hi t( : The pni e'' ; 'I1 p".mie IlVl'l.aCrajt i if c.I'eh'! Primary( I" gi' a..Jina4th.sam; .,'I"i*;. :1.1. ,I I ;lusur: FOii.;
-el. 11ifltiaan by
general good nature and complacel1l'e show that iow the municipalities of that province about t tam ili,, of iii,Il. vlrjc, in,1:11), I. r.. :"n"\" ( a anaIialtate for
two men can bore a to ran.1 : th'r :(' fuund aiiy- lure ain I" < I u- a I tIa.'iI.r \( ht- Huard.f I'ubhe in-

of publishers, who usually let rontriI'! \wI! ill ahout half an hour. At the appropriate five per cent of their \hl'I'( along the ('atl ellgt if the liiiIaast. IEo.; .\. e..tlnI'Fu. 111", ,;a.n thciituiii".r II ,-t raCt 'a. :l, suj. et I" the Be'f -

utors have full their taxes for a "war fund" to fight the '. ,! I''rary. Ifia'ctcal I I.roa -
swing long '
as as plal'e the tin.t experiments were tried telitor nf course, it wasnt : C ,
IWI'eslT r.n'ci'lti.u tha' mat
'1' il
Ontario I ''
articles are not harmful. If editv-: rlay V3; found nt a little over two legislature.Although ': that the surveyors tiuv th? tuIT.i.a lit,. f.IIr 11'11.) :(.I.UI.Ju.I"my'.tt( n ennli.p! I r.r :I.. "uny. all t.l. all 111. and th..n.ror.ml..1 auIlitlafil ,
.unt i
published half the silly, malicio: feet from the surface. This day was: numerically inferor. must th"y hail a ilalitcn'rl of hJecnlin, licit t Ia' MI"I"'II tat tha..t"r.anal. II n th.aa'cl. .:. "fully''rlk. '1" t. I.c tta-tt l'iNlIOI.STER.fully. : .

spiteful Or critial l'onllnunications about seven feet through to the w a- of the wealth of Quebec the hands huigry :-: tmes:; each I'rnlary dl'li.n! 10 ItC hl'ld ni .!'I" f'LII.I 1:1\1, ,

they are offered, they wouM haw the- of the Englsh-speaking citizens. the -ant 11.li""l' I dial my dUly whl'n I 11.1: II.,. ntTic,. 101( : T.X : SSESroR. ,
ten hearing sand, and the water came I vegotalles and: othl IacfortI I Ir I am c la-etati atin I I Tn tita'

people of their communities ready to to within three feet of the surface. Itis is fund.they" wi have to pay the "war br the natie-.; \I'e of thig-s p'odUt'el alutias h..rII.I tat,.Ih:,nt e.n.c.nliou: "ii-ehar'a--h:11 rh'e.f t a.:., I Ip.C'ti1..... ns m).i.inc'.1 lr.\ror.1 rrlilur County' and; a"II'm 1.

fly at one another's throats most of j too early to give an al'count of the They are proteting. Iem- As a matter of l'ursC'Ixl'ellntIuaitr. th' .Ifo. T. J. UJKLE) : : (r.::.' i"1 in bar the \,' t c.I. id"rl.n Id\" j

the time. This has hers of parliament say the French 'OR ( tl. .IIn-t. :ataal '?Iieit ).ur ..rdial aurairt "
paper always ('on- results to w.retation. hut a row of t xert' ade. 'mUUSSIOlt XO. : in I.. ala matciatic
IIST. r.rlh""I' :
sistently refused and yet refuses to the Canadians of Quebec will tart a revolution I han I.)an fl'tanea-Iuj I I I I. "Ii"n (. th..Tc.'f I.rimar
pea in gll'lil'n where the wells] nut when the C.III ( .n .nmli.l"t. .. .. C"Ult) \.1 .C ;
rather than surt-cyors ( I f.m'n.n'r r"r iEtrjct: 1. I. TII'a' Shou,1! I :iga-1i ,
be made a sewer pipe for the vent on were bored Wf're found! to traverse yield. theii.' work 'ondudCd Ia ,jalaret'' anal' lal''lin."Iila : .. .:!,' I. .I'I..1 yaau w,1 i
and I nw tho tjaal
were I'.iltls. a IS lil.1 .n gie "
In Ottawa the ready to .llr rl..lv to
., of the disgr\ntled tl'ouLle-maker. an old stump hole anti several fe e teach French Canadians fr hon ( the S'minoli.svmre I\ ilricl.I iit! hatitulaiwart tat 11. ".," of tl.1] I.1 t t :a rt ice .f \h.ela !_ nm eaiai.le. \ .

..- Luckily, publishers do not have to side of the: hole a distinct differe11'e have refused to pay any more taxes fair in liuIing! the about as iut Ia. itt II.Iil I Iii' uf.!; l.. I if faithfully 4'IaCtaaI. "i.eharJ"' I ala Vat3. b.truly.N. '
a.1 plus stock. sv.INwIri1IT. .
they gain their ,
print objectionable ad\'t'rtisem'nt::, in the i point. The Eng. TJ1r J. 1. .
was noted foliage, showing was very little HL.\CI\EJIIFI: : I n-lay ;" the
even it paid for, and they do not have that they were not suffering from lsh-speakinR majority is equally firm L cCiut-and the quibbling ovel' a i.'w I hart uy -. I ..,I, .f TI\nnn"I:\c'5iur II I i-a-If l 1.mfi.le"unty. sulaae -
nonl!)" some of it, that nnnnunC m.dr a CI.Ilac': fnr ri- j I I" I ha I I" ,.
!l4 I
to communication "Regulation 17" be c' eli' n 11!iaand. a ) taa I. hpl.1
print objectionable !. the dl'outh aS the balance of the row.Haif'rd i insistinR had "pen I .f.( 'lnly C..rminni.nn"I' I Ir.n"r
pail I
r"r ) 116.
by trail makers lr.e No. I t I'ro' jalane"' 1". 1. ali c'an ( .IY the sUl'llrt
either.-Lakeland Telegram. r ,. .
Tribune. IJnrin 1.11"11. .ni,1 .
H. Liberal Once mOI'e came hack to them. :Mr. IY ineuml."C)' I bar.- c 1 to .' 1" I..rt", .I at primary.a
S Boulay, member of Parliament ''rk fanS lhl' ndc'avlrf I i r..inl myt- ,I ;1.I. tO gica' in return
; LOl'\rln tlciai 1 I!.: that the un.I ,... inta-t-.L' or my au-tn Cl. faithful
for Rimouski ho pr.mt ir ;i t'e. Ca-slactfully.
on the floor of }JCS1)fl \\ : tat K.r 1
SPARE TilE C.BGf PALM.. MONI.tV A nl'sU. imagiiic'< I hat he it :. IMt .r I. 1',1 c"nlilu 10 'an into the toy '.
parliament said there would he no go ever- uliil) anal therraarara"- ( -
g-Iate ansI g.t the of the 'IM.tui.) .olcl 'UI'I"rt :,t tha- t.
more contributions to the Canadim IJst Semi- A. e.mino' FOi H'Pffl 1:0 REIaTRATIO.
The DeSoto County Press Association Mondayas a cool, pleasant dr Ly. Patriotic found and roles in a trade has several othei -- -- - -I. IL.I.UI". im eln.'i'at' tao .,.I.ci," tat the ntTiCf
no more --- a itt
'OR >
at a recent meeting, passed the A glig-ht rain the night before had ments from his constituency, enlst-: opiions (du' at In eary date.-lam.I'1. I lrl.y(mUISIO\EU' IJ"TJf. '.0. ?. 11.. \'l.nisor"'ott-N lt thaa rLi'ali.n"f ltt, primlr anti a for ill thank their

following resolutions for the protection improved the roads anti many perons French It.ied I a'mmiiJnar annoUrel fur) ., "' I faa, -";"N'rl. I have lti; n .int-faii IU.lli.n 10 the
was restored to form'rTlac dilriCt N.j. 2 I 1. ,iLe ; ,. .
it - tlutk-ra. anal, : j. ur this alTira i ;;h. past anal will eon.li.u.
of the cabbage palm: from the relUot portions of ho -- --- I ntsIkctIly solicit .. .
this the SUPI"'l atf d.! ,
the Co ir I elected for another
I were granted, he said, \- their people to tl' itt the .!i., t. :..
Resolved. That we deplore the destruction county came to town to attend the i his withhold support t mary. I lric at thcaanhing I'ri.I t. : C, A. KXII .
constituency would I !
.1''lt l'romi .
) from the I to .
product patriotic 1 -
uliu --- .
1,001 -
for commercial or sessions of the hoards and to sub 11
) purposes county to trade funt cfot impartially.
men for the Canadian army within I scribe instca the irhT'bt In.1 II hn\t hIlt n I'T.1,.: 1)151. NO. I.
a.., the cabbage palm which distinguishes and to meet f'il'nds. Stark-c offers hours. 2- \hih is .r al Ih" l'oial. "I"y: tat Iiaij.rt. I tathis m.lh"1 'f to the
being used to fight the R. J. .\ ;' a. a f Law?, t I caraliaIte for
Ontario DHE\s I. a
out semi-tropics and facilities for l'll nl
country as unsurpassed bargains and Little .
Sympathy for France "< in I If,.
.\ I hi-rihy ( 1.11. n 'i-Irirt Na' I. '
met. prominent lbjd
constitutes to the lover of nature, "a the stores did a good busines. llriet, the Rev. C 'Silty (( iiflflOUflCejy.ef a candiIzit rur a. Ilc' :leitan :of .Iia' .rimr)' .1..lion to
Sympathy for their motherland of: l'ather Guertin, advised his 2 i Lake .mmisjoner in anal r.r l.lric 1'.1.1 n .: rtt. I ask "
thing of beauty and joy forever. It The l'.ndiiates for ('ongrega- luU"r : : ul lri-I.a-ctfUUy your
: state and anVorthingttn .
count France ,
has not I. and "'I'i! rl
weighed tion from Cnhiting I.t'ttccttulty In.1 I atta-fltuafl to lh'
so .
strongli until oljjt .thfll
is the cabbage palm whose gorge )'IS otlics had reckoned crowd' r their deaI the cf '; ir I .1,1 '.'.
on a big as the local qu stion. This shows clear : for the right to ha' dmocralie [. suppor, Ihe'otc.r II 11" am J. I I O Enron \
lends the greatest glory to the !. teach their lngu.le June tith. .J..li to I" hd.1 on ( ',
green in I .
tarke and they M) c.I
\"ere preent, l ly in the r"1i e ir .1''h'd 'osTII IIST.
landscape and nods the first greeting recruiting returns, for Qu- unrescrvcdly in the schools verigranted. and eon'eiflliw II .Ii.. ..ar.fal r. slttctfii the .iliz.n otitat
probably to a man to electioneer. Th bee has the to th. cllilQ! "f .
yare not produced ; N ii.
nearly as ctic. C. ai lric .ttat I. ama a .lndll,!.
of welcome and the last farewell of the manvoldis A. ItUEItTS. .
a fine set of men and one fe els tar .j t .I..wl. I ant for s:11.II
proportionally .
Land of Flowers. Surely no one who sorry over one's inability as the Eng"h I The trouUe seems to le growii I h"n.Iy announcernt.lf iCt I I am .1".i.1 f %IiII curtfailiittfltjatfl
to'ole for
ai a can ci; ,
speaklR provmc This, despite the is i atp fur the office "f the dJI: P: the tallies a
has the thrill the first Iecomin of dear County
experienced all of them. Good feeling prevail ed mll'e a cat strug.1 : 'mli Cummis "I" r t\nJ J. JOhNS.
some of the Fionlr's : Na,.
sight of its swaying head sent and. So far at least, no underhanJ' most heroic ge! betweEn tht two provinc: of la'1. Hul.r and %1.tr.t : ..mlrin, :. --- --
dt'ds of Canada's sons the Qe'I'I S.rin fltf "Olt ("()tNT .
through him would have the heart to methods have been charged against on Euro her and Ontlio. French (' ".tns al Subject the to the \i or U1 moeralic I ha-r-I',) !en0 for

wreak its destruction for a dime; and any of the eandidates. to pean battlefields oC have been credited firms in Quebec and Montreal are no'Iloycoang .r ; I, ..J.t.1i primar faithfully lo dihapri-hc'I.1 .lunc ,.. .1 tt!a; ,. :.... ccIi! .. ha an'uI.f'tl.,' ,'1,. "if "unIY a Catlilal.SIIly.r f.r1.rllf..1

no one 'Who loves his country as he A men letter French extraction.by the : Ontro: marufactu! 3. -' !. i. _W.. _R ALtEI01 \: .I'.Ilit, t b-; .fTicai rnl'nl\\ill.. : I I I'I I..I iar!m last.attain thl.n (tar
l dic.alp DY
should would exchange its for siJed <'adinK '.I'ni" ar I'. ..
beauty Shoes at Leviton's. French FOi (OmISSIOSER DIST. XO. 3. I' /Ii." tf. i-ra unit la\8. uithou
clergy of Ottawa, ad- Read thl Tele I hereby announce I f.ar. or fn.r. 1)) a ?-"or ur flu' \ot..
-' rap'$150 a year County Comm bioner fur my..lr the ard a candidate fur 11 h lh, cuminI prima a.tsctfuIly eiahieited.
District an.1
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'VILLA STILL AT LARGE Tin: HEST::; PROOF I + + + + + i' + + + + + :' + .to + + 1 asitd. at the date of the issuance of sue! : .
I: ST. MARKS. .- : "> the naius n''I'I \y' I'ri:. \
+ LI: GAL Noncr.s) : ufti i .i. ..cuiarly! Mt li-rth. t.--\it : '

IN MEXICAN DESERTS l\cr fiiun I5y a Cilil'lr This + + + + + ofIIITln+ + + 1' 1' + + .l. + + : r> rttlc.atfV.. '! ,ml races this XE' nf .tt J S : RI'JnR l : {

: Marks, the once famoucotton Tn>\ n. i 'i of S. :ionN T..wn.hil I U. iJ K.r : ,-: Hi
n-tf-bellum days, H 'o.'m.j .1\ ::run l'ac 1. ) I 4 :,<- ..-.-- ,-id :,-. !' .n-1! j.r ( \ i
t ::\ : OF Kl.irTKtNS.: :
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4 i I' i memory of ,.',' ., !,.. ': oh) Dnar.'s Kidney: Pills were uit'.I-- J--:." .. : i v. ; .:. 1 iI : .: I : ,i.h i.f r.. '.\... in !p, ; '. J-i.l I ., ..e to I. '
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.'-.._' st.>ry 01 tl!: v.u..wi..i.r cf y.! .1 they brought; bi-ic!It. : .'. .h.. i r I.j| \pit.: .. !I., l "" -i--i.1 J ; f

:; \ 'r how ....,.:' i! .rit' .1: .. : .,' ;' !" < .' .- ;; !., The story! w:' t.d! {tit -.t'ke r.- ident. i- I. .' ., .1 I c'r : '.-.1.! i '. i.T i.I'i'I< XI. -! > i ,' n- 1 1. in I IKn' 1 1I
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\ ... .. '! <. !t"- !...ju-.a; -vii.J.c.; -i.'ic .. ( n }b( .iVt t'p-Jed; 1-y Stli" ;' ;':," ,i-. J. P. iI'.lt-r. .i..v- .; ,.-.-. C .' 'I'\ '',';.J",,. : .. \i"., .. ."Tonn nc. I :[p" '.. ,-.f' stt I I' '_. I L.. :

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z.Il, 1 II" .. Mi.- A. E. :Moitt; W. Ca'l stuet. i C.iv.. April 14th.. :n t''CI.. Ih. I. !,,,..' No. '. -. i- I :u's W.of N'V i ;. -I
: : :. :. 1-:1:1 :! ..i iV. 11.,0. t-i.',,* an.I. ,!lot. m"II"* :nrt? f in.- I
'. ," I .r.\ 5 c-'nn J. 1 t I. -Mn i> V ."
.:",; 11 r ,ii:jK-il t.ivv.: :fifty: 1- : '"- litJ.'in :-.- Strike! :':I'S : "I had kidney: trouble! '" < in Io n".t -. i). 1f1"l"1.: I. >-n th. K--' ." -I-- i I-. t; !H-v.;. -. I I.L
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: aii'iu: trtij from (Ill!!. :ia.fgi''p'i: buckj'tht : :' : .. r ";( -_ I
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'. Chni.-i.a; : Htv U I "M -S i l Ill- I I'; ti 1 1. : ( 1 I-- .. ,' I .
'I. .ft S.-cti n Town .t.',-i R 1 I' !: t t.:1
j. r' ., : !t." su.rvl.r: : of th:.. .-I.: : '. ->. I was also disireysed by !heudaihes. : < -ipii i 1.' iiiti :''flj rit. tin- 11111<"II.t ..f ir.il'i.ii.I It : 1 l.n.-. .. -. -nt 1' ( -. .
t iH.: :' :. ,i ; 'i I 'i stsiii. Ma"ajrtT>-. I-;. >:. :Mtt's: >... 1. HI" ? : '
: : I used Dean's Kidney Pills > rti'i.; \ .. _' ". ,
4. i"1.
i"i.' ,'I. lid .I'imilio" ,'. .. ; ;>::. :; Jot rtrt.onJT .J
:' :.. ..' i'ht. L. c. ivutii.I'r..H't i .
$ ;. . ,. .,. > i: I- i; T. !IC It f .
and they uliev d! the\ !.idi: ainoy-j i .n E. acn- 1.-,1
.!:.: iCuiitd i 'I "Ii rid of backache- .rni t'i .1! trrnirc ti. I.f 'i'a' j ;
t V ": :.!:c-e and Irt,! the i itt'n1t't < : i e amount m !
.. .' I' own rcpi.otative at : >, <::.' I U ., ... .I. :Man.iHTS J. J. Buihrtf. D.I' > 1,1 Crav \ 11'I t irbraci loti ami 4 :
.. ,..! ( given March 10th It'll.1On'r ) | I'm! \Vo-t'nn.tt! >n. a.--.I 1' ; > "-
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I i.' K:; p po tiri. tOtla '. Til> r ':--i; 1. rii: ".. t. s. rivatt.! 1 1I ('- rlli.-.:.- \o "..; nh" c.E' of. n""I'I' : : .
.. ) Three Yiars Lntir | I HII.!! ili-ct thref! inl I :
I II LJ I' Lie to truatrts : I.
''.v't!. ON:, ruiii.1: '<' authority tl.ai '. and! >W' .f SI:' |. rl'tl I I T.," .. ; :. sP fqh
Riiitthf of mill ..'.' be :
i ti amount : to aMini --
." :\11' Moilt itl "I 1 suffered '
1,( j'I' : : ;. ': -" : h-iven't S i! -" F. l.'n am-. 1,1 D ( Melw'nt'ntnV. .
iu IK- n -d that the bandit chief -, r< I'altn t'ulM on.II.n
!U t.
2 'Ial! -i.g io fr-, GI'n'l' I.N.". 1 v: mi! ninSE'i of NW'I.
; U. 10 ; 4 i" f mount t. a.ytiiijr ni kidney: '. ::
..1 w.. .'.: :: < wj.y wounded or Hs l h- rrency. and V\ '.. of NVVi. unt : ,\' .. T-mt-
; IMirttrnml house. Apr I Ilth. 1. ;. !
1' :>:..mt Mrk> : '! .' 1.,1. < complaintince DoaKidney: ; Pills' t< ship "\ S. R. 22 K, : -'1 ac '. at.H..I| N.
; 1.
!n" tl n triu-ttts an-1 to
". as the seoo-id railway 'on- INI.h made a euro of my: ea-u'." iUtirn.inithi'j J Ciiuthvn.I'liUs.
| I biiU'e! e.-lultii.-hcd! that Yi.hv.nturoti TI" ,:itif iniliiv! to Ua>.;' s.-.l. M 2ttat. | the said
ftr'i'i.'atihall l-e
o! ill Aniork-'a. tilt original! road- j I the .rurrisons at (; wrrerll, Price i flit( cents at all! dealers. Don't r. r.. I.. "h..I!>. H H. William!! (.. F. Adran. r- :eee..riiiie to laTa" I)..! ,. ill i-'t- I ,

; I, still plainly v>ibe! in .-piUj j, ; simply :sk for a kidney I'enwdCt.t .! Miin on tile Ith ,day' of Apr.l. A. D : .: :
L id"o ;. :(1 l MVI.KY. during the diiy.K.M : Tin.'n'h nt !et ,'cli. la
ilay : I!':
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{, I I I. mi-it- when hil'" wit? hod Jie'I. Down's Kidney! Pillhe( *a-no thatdr I r-m-tit"; ut chool IIOUMAinl llth.! !'.j.! '. '
'!i :'::rs who h..v ;,i'-.v&'d from ..1.01 t'irtitri.t anti to ku-rmin.' the W. T.FI.r: I
The old Moitt had. i + iIh.i'n! Co.. "> :W I I..<.k MI.- a ci-ntury. | '" i- i Ma' C,1
: rh'hu.hmt the Moxi--uii! C. ;iira'y :i "i '.n: .f miHaci tu I.. at s',!. Manatr, re
. ; '1 i }h.1.-. I\ ng ago }been replaced! by1 I iu: Pru'; ., DutFalo! X Y. < WI! ..,'. I I. ill: ,nri ". J. K I,'rnn'ltn. .1. P. (Ininfj.I '. Rv RVKEK ::ic'd 4P j
I .-;_ Colonel Gano.; with: .!';!1) tw"p", :--l-.t; DiMutj F.r I -
I i.i I ( f modern construction and .< i.i' liriilui-. '| i-:: 'It-! I"MI;. t.. tlt'rt thn ..__2------ -1 jt t
luimeriy! loyal ..'a t'aiva"i.a, ha" laktn IiKI'LTY KKCISTIJATId.X; : ( ; OI-TI- t'--'ii.-. Marai'i'rs S C. lri ". \:.'.r:I.: ; branch now f vi.a: link K. Itnrm.L.tte j :Oll t: nr .xriM ifMiiov rot T\\ !IU: ) I

: 'ji".it St'a'i'; ;ird Air; Li-ii ..;vst 'l1 I the t> !hi with the avow d! putpo:,e: of ('I'.!('.'':. I ; i'rjnr.: .\.pI I Uth. I'.i!*. to !,o't IFI{ :J.I"TIIr: ( /tI'TJf )Ir. Crinor V.Il l ls our next State ,

fighting! the Americans. I .hi t.-'ii tnt I.. ditfrmim. thf amount *, 1\\\S 1.1111 i iNulirt
:South the present ov.iu? opI I It '.. : ..irstaid Colonel Cano had! -- I Ii ..f MI1.;i! 'iM Ina--><1-T. K I"I'I .Treasurer. I
whedulc fr. \ :!. K H. K..t. .. S. \v. Ii&i1.it. ". --- ---------- --
t.ain .n. t. .
!I." .' :. (!.uiy 'm I j Th. following (puties have been! : '';i.-li- .f li\ ('i-l'tiicate( X.i I'- :..; i1 ,
i .
1 :. red f'-.tc. ,- with Villa, i-iut this i is \' ..i i ,'.,' ,
> : \itnl Uth. liH5. ti 'Ioct thnr thf I Nt of Juiy. .\. H. I'HJ. halilitl "-.n !
T'tj.t'2( rc direct connoctU'i I lot crHuc.,1! : ii ni'iial! t-ir.-Uy! as the appointed' by C. A. Knightcounty ref!- .* anil I tu lUttrniitn' tin. am..unt ofnjnla1 C-, rlitr"I.0:1'- i in m) ;oiTiei'; and l haron..!.. a|.|'liciniiin ,. .t . .C. )

> .: mudf f'1!' all i-oint i.-tratioi oiueer: | tu I li- a.t.'I.. Maiu r. .1. <;. hiti i dud In S-I. PI iicrnrlani*< i f
: the attractions.till t".(, in.'ii re ri.omi.'i of IDII-T standiiiK.i'olo1 I rn\.,. I. I.. I'linntT. T. M. Niirnian.Cral'an. with !:.'A. Said certificate tnilira't tile f"iliscrilrd !- I RoWand's tI.
\'I' I/istrict Xo. lLmteLouis II.Hill. .
!; many ril llth Mai-avi; K. '., Cafes +
.' Cano was thief of stafT t.> Luihiinrrtia II l'1. rC. ,'r proiirtyituutiil 1 i-i li .-
to I ti found here is the ruins of iheone. I : '.. : ,tv..-. T. \Vaihn.V.. nn| furd .' Unrii1. tn-\vit : ('i.m111 ft S

.. tmniidalile Spani.-h; (ott. built when th:: latter was in ccm- j District) Xo. 2-Uke Duller: A. C. N.-u Ki\ir. Apiil Ilth.) I''lii.' tu tli-ct tlinrtiu.tn from .unl.mr nf Mjili-un. nil I :M rtli. ft.at |I I I. the .' I
rand of the fonvs at Chihuahua.Herirra : ninl \oJ ililirminttin amount ,>f milbiee Widi- -pf M Iyll.! .t. ;nil run S a'unaaid -t .; / ldaccJcr ;
of great tone Mock., which must I Sliitkland.i l in In- nl. :Mint .1. J. Col-on.! .. I.
ivturiiw! to Chihuahua t.ii-- < > ilii] ft. II" nc. V L'lli ft. tli< nct! N : !J tt .
?- have 1'Ci'n brought from di.-tance! by has i District; Xo. 2 Palestine, John I D. j ". u. <> i :.. t:. \\ .\mln-"". i,I tin netK 21" C. to |'t of lee in Cn-kins a 1.1 r
I wit an escort of less than 100 of the I II :Miilway. .A.r 1 14th H'ltl. to li-ct thrutriLittts tu Starl. ,' I1.. Tl>. fi. S. .! K. The Good Meals
the early settlers\ of Florida. It was: I which followed him into lh' Pcarce. ..:1,110 ilttuninr the! amount of mill ."i.1 !un.1" I.'n. _.1 ., ,'h.It,r: .f ,.hi -- I
t this same old fort that withstood for a arrir! I District Xo. Providence, I). C. l li-i- d> IK- a.-fi....-'.11. Manager O. .\. Thomas i i-suance "i's' h cirtificate in tie name of I.I t. I
hiv ten days ago when it was re- H.V.. !'"if'.... U. J. .\ &lr.\\'s. t'nkiio\p 4
; time the siege made upon it by no I Williams. i j lI..nlllrlin."ril Ilth. 191S. to drct thnv I : t/Jfeni; includes all the delicacies .
he had left ('arranza. I '
Lnlesaid shall lie rtdnnii'd
less a warrior than "Old Hickory"Jackson poitod District No. .J-1ll1thIJl, A. 'A. Hazen. t,-,.: ttl.-. and t., ditcrmine the amount of m ilia ". to law. tax i isue ac- I
.rdin. on
The Carranza authorities have madeno vito be a.Kcs-ii.d. :MnnaKi-p E. :Moon- K I 0'1.1 wi thr.n *
: and his following of fearless tie! WIth day of -.ril. A. 191e. ofihe season. :
C. Colonan. :M. :M. CntTts. I
effort to find out the whereabouts I i .
official and seal thist.f
I District Xo. G Starke J. F. Kick- H.airor.l.I'rli Ulh. 191B. 'lct three \ilr. n in.lul
fighters. to
Within the limits of the quiet settlement of Hen-era's forces and future plansof I liter. tru-U and. to ilcU'rminr the amount of n'iI.1 Ittg. |i!, It' day! of Maich. A.\ D.. T.HUB.V. WEEKS.. I Meils at all hours f '

this leader is a mystery.All .' to !.. arivMMMi. :Manatttrs A. D. .\ndr".s.J. I' .
still stands the old tree from ]District i Xo. Hampton; A. C. ItrflOk O. I B. Goidon. I i.Sijli! Clirk. .
information has been A'I I I By R. A. WEEK!
this communicated '
which it is recorded that General Jack- Futch. l.a!'. ItutltT. April Uth 1916. to elect thn'f'Irl..h..s | S--4-5t.; Deputy 'ti Try Our ; r
by military officials here to and to dftenr.ine the amount of m- IIiL'e. 1- (Uk'I'
son hanged the two English officers, District Xo. 8-Raiford. A. L. Crews'Distr to lie ariM'd.I. Mantaer H. J. Stewart. -- -----
General; Fun at San Antonio. NOTICE OF ELECTION. *
Vt whom he claimed had been sellin-r !' on l't Xo. D)Worthington, K. T. C. J. Kniuht.! 1' M. I'adcvtt.Lantty. Sunday Dinners 5j
I.uis Gutierrez the commander of Uth. Starke. Ha.. March 6. l lfi.
Airil I'.tlB.! to elect! thnetruHus \ .
arms and ammunition to the Florida! Taylor. and to iK-tennine the amount of millave lttl*,. "ovtrs ,.'.,.d in them by the schnollaw. :> ....
of Chihuahua -
S Indians. I all forces in the State District Xo. 10-Xew River, MathJ. to lie a.-,Ht'l1.! :Managers J. H. :It lion'. .-, i-f Horiila.\ thu Board cf Public Instruc- ',l '
I ha left his headquarters in the capital UT.. \V. linmn. T .1. Trr>'. ;." ..f Hr'.lf..1 Ct.unty authorizes : sub.I'I Please order your Sunday !
At later date the author of Uncle Sapp. I .
a I d'-trict tltctiim bt htld Jnhnstimn
Iliilhronn. to at on .
I'rir.I..s.l'ril Uth. IMS. to electt're J .
and his whereabouts i is said io be 1
_ .
I llth day of April. 1'JIH to extend the
. Tom's Cabin made her home near St. trustio and to diti-rmine; the amount i ii
Marks and it i is recorded that Mrs. unknown. Guitteriz has never trained forty bandits! were killed. but their f millaire to IHa ,t.2 4.,1. Manatrei-s. I). i iiritn. I: ,':'rie- as follows : So as to include ,bu..I''. neal ihe day before .
II ; Irw R, i i .i. wist half i>f SH-'IIUIR 'I and Ifi. < >
fame as a man of great physical courage statements lacked! lunfirmation. After 'dil.h. J. E. .1. Wninmriirht. |1 N'tons :
Stowe panned the lines c.fom;! Of her Manactrs: can u>e a small sealiMl 1 bo\ with i. Timi1 :>->- half of -i-uun a!! in 4 >

I most interesting writings while ';0- and it is believed he tcok fh. the battle Colonel Brown is said to an eipeninr| ; cut in it ,r.I to bring or semi the ,I Toe Ps-hiii Tt. South "if Range No. 2ft Ka>t. in tf possible! .

while the railroads to the southI'/.: have pursued the bandits through San I tal!!> !.h.tts and ntuin.to the office at Starkeat '[, 1r.I".1 Crimty : a'--o' to c.I'! *t three tru-ti8 '
journing this ouiet retreat. : in .!, trr'r.imthe :.mount i.f luillanf to >
in. i-tinie .f the board May Kt. All! Il'I
Some eight miles' from Saint Mark-; till open. He telegraphed General Anto-iio, Chihu.hi'a. :j tii.-tn > i-lictnl I are ricuirccl: / to fl2e t th'I..ar.I'I, J1.-SI SM.d. | C. A. Rowan + if
* t: i lat for rehforcenitr.t' '. thin! mutinn: and ive ,. Ma -imix Jab Varms ) ,
night their ii
the oldest hoj.Y ihat duvira; at Juarez The news of the engagement was > reel ci>inmir >r.s Inl'arlus. ana + *
is Spanish light .,'1.1! ivti'n.iteImU to U- madnut! foi. theM \\"m. \ arn II J Ji .. Prorrcor ...
ha? sttod iruard throi-gh the !)aing; ; i .. : brought by friendly Mexican.; to a j. .' M'ho'u )'1':1\'. I j i I r. c. SCHEU. i: oGeneral I

year:'. and still guides! the seafarer (0'' (;kiioral (;Java/os, the ('an a:1za com- point nat Kubio! \vh"rt another detachment r. <:. SCHKI.I. 'I. :\. Si'en-tary and Suix-rintt ntl'nt.I.H. .! ..t 4ke, Florida .
1 -t '' Seer l-> :nd !':llltrnt..I.nl.: : A. .
!:I I'dl'r.! reported to have taco killed of the Tenth Cavalry, und>r :
th harlor of af.t.thin; its shad .
< :; -- :. .t. !. .O.t
I it; Gaerivio; i i-, now docrod! TO: havi.Mpfd :Major Evans halted' yo.-tenlay. At the MITIIK OK (.1' \llIIl \X S\I.E. I ITmrti SHFKIFI-S SALE.H. .

ow. : .. -. : \ ,,.lie.i i- ,.h.. n th-.t I..l I!. D ---- -.r .-
This : (I-
ainl ici.i'hul! Chiiiuuiua. tir.r: ( icncial! IVr.-l.i-jt: .'<>iii hidi.:'- i \> ainr 'a'- ken of. h..wil. the
The li-htho.i va.b.it 1 ;!
( > ihrir.s Ktli t .hnni .\iril. I.'!'!. I. I.'ur.ikniiicntil n-irs.: sheii f of !tr,1'inl: c.mn'.x. nori"': ...nil. r-- :- II
early settlement Florida and the ii'.forniution coi-iea from Mexicanuu:-- putch to ( ;,'", 'ra! Furs-ton !in had not .1- Kuanlian, for I'ini.M :\11"| "i and .\,.nie :M.i> ovid l t>\ Mrtue i'f lh:
;anv light i idlling'; duttonight tht i ., and (<;II.II.t !he ctu'r,vi.. ..: veniitd. received .\li; t-ffirial! :vjn"a from Coloi.el C mil "I"| | t ly to the ll'inoruliie ta... .\. lar.I.II'r. liid/e nf the rountjurfire's of it, nir..rd !- I
>vcitonifntcuuvd .ur
of t
Th,> a Hairy but the fat that (;len-ial Per
n.'a Drown
war the !:1:rk for shots fired: by th l'ountluikr of liraiiford Co-nt>. fionda.! at ci nnt\ l-ii rita :. ':in-t Si t.i'.o>i. .&I i I but FIRST I II
union gunboats during tle Civil War.A i here uiiy today l.y tlv rep ,: shi.'-. tra- sniitt"; \! i i4 i- ;:r inliiatiuiii".at hiN ..'fir". in M:.:'!L... li.iida.\ ..se the date nLoev. in faxnr ol lit nz. .- (imdhtart Ctnipmn. nctM"r.ition. rln ant none
rittm f..,- t..Jeto on and tiatu II! the 2Mh of and will be
infj.- ai *c I ;.t .mate ae.ihr II companies
v .it tc tho: !i igr-.hoa v will! how the th.t \.Mi- vituptured. l.-tfr !he "'..Hliti i i. 'It; U'nil ISrort1': lust -'.'.:' irprt-.t of t'lnur! Nipper \!.-?.I.1';. will dlfir f..r -ali ant '.e i ii'I I t-1!I I *

scars received! \ I by the light at that in.lM'r.hcwt.d tint ths \J'a dit load taught the bun.'it (i'Jiin.-r: : their siestn.A III.! th.i2C--thi. '. flt'1 mtert- of \nn;,' .May i.i. the l.iirht-i iniMt-r; therefor for cash M thfri constar; on the alert to promote -

but .l'pal''nty! ..'' ir. n nn:> .>' afot.said.; in iVfoiiimm! !: ,.! h. u-.' 1...' !' '--1.1 ... It: aJfe r.l I'ovntxi'lorila. irterests. Guaranteecourteous I
,v:.> r.i.t ".ily at lit-orty : ltv! utrh oHici.here see in
tim, the K\H\ Leiri;:; brokt:: i in v' ,. : i.rniy .-'si iKd l.indt.i.ut : IM !-' and ".IU'h- I "n Seturl.ev.tlit. 'JUl
places. I IA I I :yaini-jp strength; on the march south- (:f'm..l.lrowl: : :, Victory a '.wakeit'mr hall of lot II. .vction ::11! and the West half! .Mh day! t.f .V-ril. !'tIh / treatment to all pa

.. the raie of \ Ua's it i 1.1 i -o'.thv.-t '11..' '.".. i.ftccon ::.L'. all Iii I:,' -'iiiio I Uinn :n ar'tin!',n.e. \;0 h an i rdi r o'.i'd trons. written
v. cf ,
rii( troops policy bya
lew nines! to tno! uorin of M. A'el
rd.Womii .ottr--iii! i, ; Miutli: of ranve -'I IE>I. vontaiiiinv court during the I li 'al h.ur of sale. tin
) Marks i i.-i th" Xutura! ISriii: T wrero \ : what was ii that cait ouroldiers considered < 'ily! a.ir.ridont to the difficulty .: ,I" acr- more i.r l lesMa.ch -. r"I.\i ,' discriUil IK rsonal |,ni|'erty. t"i i it firstcls agent in a fir: -

.- were follcwinjr! ? Perhap: l in cupluring ';ilIa. 17. I III'! .. MK? i;. .\. MITER. : : OK MERt I.'XNDISK.
the Cor.fetleratps ffaiod! ihc: > Uiion class sometimes
I l.uardian for L'Inet.e' :Nippe.and: Vnn.i' :lltyil'I'r. S. tt. DENMXRK. company means
force that its ":! ijolcs or :Mexican rowpeas, which With his force apparently broken :\ Sli-ri.T. 1'ra.lfonl Count '. IT t
wamaking way up to tnir.o. nrnl I S. I I' Nipper dc-! > much in )se of loss by f.re.H.

Tallah.ixs.ee from the landing place lh s yreasfrs ..i'(' very fond of. u:) into maraii-liin I aj ll.., it i is believod c, a-ed. ".17-51.: 1-7-1t. I
4 -- -- --- [ Ike
at St. Marks and it'a. here that S-me more in-ws of'ilJ.'s movcjmer.ts :; that more! troops must be put into IIUJI"-"l.! : : :NOTRE: OF EU'TI: C. POCHARD, .1

one of the most desperate battles between i i aie told in the following di- Mexico" to effect his captureia the \N: OKPI.\\NK! KKl'l Il.lXt.U.: 1'AK- I'/ th.' 'IMIWITJ visti'd in thtm l"V the school!
i TIE IN ( !ARE Ui; TRI INS JK i.ocu- Morida. the Hoard of 1'ublic Instruction ) jt
patches: ail road from Juarez to Chihuahua li.r
: the states fought the Confederates I -
was MOHVKS: i PASSINC: OVElC OU VCKdSSCM of !iradford county hi rely order an i-lrc- ;
defeating the Unioi forces 'I EL PAS( I. April.-Villa has l'encompelled I. STKKET: I IN THE: TOOF :STAKM' thin hi Id at Hrnkljn t-cl.iH! 1 house" on the '.Ith

thus saving Tallahassee, which is the by the rapidity of the Amciiccn '-. City.The above news shows' that our soldier !- f H.OHIPV. TilE: KMI.KOM. OK TilE ,.r \r.ri. HI' for the tstabl shmjr of a :special COFFIN CASKETS ]
E.BO.kDm I.'NK: k \II.\\ AY TOM- district the election of three trustees t
only Southern capital which the Fed- pursuit to abandon his attack CM boys are "on the job" and! doing 1'\:>'Y. TO SEND .\ 1OOTMAN: lU'NNKK: and! to di'termimthe amount of rnillaire A4| a full line ofUnderakers'

eral soldiers failed: to capture during Chihuahua City. On' Sunday Villa their full duty. But they are /greatly IN KI'.ONT OK SfCH TRAINS OR LOCOMOTIVES to H as-"b "'1. The boundaries of said d'strict .
; .: : WHEN C'l.USSlXC! :;.\111 STREETTO to be as follows : ( at NF
miles south of that city and "omm.noinl Supplies
was forty because Carranza has not
the war. I hampered GIVE I'UOl'EU SIGNALSNI) \VAKN1N Corner ..f sfctio-i I:'. Ih'n t' along said section

; In the direction of Crawfordsville, the American pursuers twenty mil!" yet given his promised permission to (. OF THE .\1'PO.lIITR.IX OR lil.. wist to Santa Fe river ttnre along San Always o*. hand. The best service -

the seat of Wakulla I behind, accroding to dispatches sent by use the railroads, according to the below LOCOMOTIVE. I'ROVIUING HOW NOTICE ta Fe ricer to soutn lo'tl.n 22. thence lowest
present county OK TillS ORDINANCE SH\IL BE GIVENTO east to SE corner of Sec. 21. thence north at th prices. Special

is to be seen one of the grandest for- 'courier from Casas Grandes. dispatch: THE SAID) E.l10..mIR LINE RAIL- alone Biadford and Clay! county line north to attention 40 telegraph orders.
deceiving WAY tOMIMNY.! AND DESCRIBING: ITN- point of beginning bracing sections S
ests in Florida According to the courier the i tn 9. 10.
and at this date the I
ISHMENT FOR THE VIOLATION THEREOF. 11. 12. 13. U. I:: it;. 23 and 24 and such f
turpentine and lumbermen have sparedthe I of the American troops by a Mexican -:.11.11I WASHINGTON!! April 4.! -Coincident I Whereat the railri-ad "if the Si'aonard AirLine fractional part of sections H, 17. 21 and 22. RegisredEmbalmer

guide only prevented the capture Railway Company pannes ocr and across all in Tp. St. R J2 S. and E. _
giant trees should be left
S, I with the receipt tonight of new Call Street of the Town of Starke, Bradford ,i Managers. R. .. Heibert'er, J. S. firiner Jr.
standing in their grandeur. A visit I of Villa at the San Geronimo fish: that American troopers again had County. Klorid.i .n the businit Motion of the and Fred Cloversettle. DeW TT C. JONES

I in the Guerrero district last Wednes. town : F. G.
to this wooded fastness is in itself .
t- a I clashed withilla bandits near Guer; t And.Vh< na.-. there i i- constant and con- 4. Secretary. Suc'sr to H;. C. Livingston & Co
trip well worth taking. day. I -.idiTable traifl of pedtstrian.i. hams aid .1t
rero it was learned at the state department au- Shrke Fla.
tnmobile< mer said Cal! street in said Town ,
The St. Mark's of has I
today no large that the United Slates had t
S.AXTO IO, April 4.-More at the point where the r<
. sawmills or cotton shipments but dur- than '! Viliistas! are !'epol.ted.cap.* renewed! its presentations to General and acrosaid s-trtet -i _ -f
ing the fishing season three firms And.lHTfa.. there i i. constant and jrnat GEN. GRANT SAID i iI _
of I
the :
Carranza regarding shipment
tured by American forces, according .!..nler of injury from 1JR.inK trains and! lo- t--\

many men and boats, and the to advices received at Fort Sam Hous-, supplies to General Pert-hing over the com..t.veon aid railroad to those : asbitv ,i] ,
:: t fishermen find the taking of fish and j alonn! , i Mexican railroad;. A dispatch sent I "LET US SMOKE IN THIS
1 ton. The total Villa losses were un- 1| I SECTION ONE i j )
oysters a lucrative occupation. It is '' ; ;
officially! : estimated today at :;00.( At' Sunday instructed Special A tent Rodgers :- UK IT olm \I-r.II. t.). the Town Cn.'ncil ofJhe WORLD NOT I IN J THE NEXT."
; r.o uncommon sight to see dozen ,
a or : k-u.-t skty i : were killed in the San Ge- at Quoretaro t') uige ih" head t'l Town oi Starke. Ilialford: Count.'. Kl riila.I ,i
- more covered wagons, pulled by t h", from and atttr M in,. ir.tti *.!t ..f thi '
the facto to fulfill]J im- :
: j icnimo ,battle and mon're: shot Ie r&-i ; oriimance., heninafter proxnied.! all cuniliictbr i I

- mule teams at Saint Marks, which I down! in the lunr.ii'g i : fight tint follow iwdiatily! his jrim.o;... to pe.-ir.it c,)nin *.. tn;:mitror i.tlmin charge IIf j
Smoke the Old! Reliable!
have come all the way from No'-th rcil U-T of the railroad by ih" tiii: an:1 Ici>n"iiin S. nr tithir ,'f th! mTa.Mnr i
Georgia; ed. nYc r or acrov Call ftnt't :n th iOC d I I
/ to purchi.so frerh and suited
It" ;1.; (t tt finitely establi-hrd *.""''ay' .flFuicUn expedition. T..wn of Su-ke: --l.a'.l Un'|Uireil to sind afootman :
fish, which they tint good stuff to barter or ninn. r ju-t in front "f.ich trans
Ewa'cia it has been tha
that tr.i Seventh cavalry: undor (0:. :: expected! "A. P. IL" CIGARA
in their inland settlement.where i.rd I loconiti'ixis. or fithr of t II' flL wliile: pa'sina ]
E\\ in. I.fan.ing th .t Villa waheaded -- General; :! : Funston would send! his f fir-t tni-r or afi-s Ca'l! Stre. t In aid Town t. j i

fish are a scare? article of diet. I ; for Gu.'rrero; the Amiricar.-: shipment over the !'.lil toad tti tho armyheld : : :; \t' notice iisial! or \warnin..: to all! I art ,- ,
St. Marks is a Mecca for fishermen i chain or R'I".ch'nt said I railroad cros-ini of ( Pure Havana)
him oil night hw.diiuaitors.: but from timi to the il.ir.irir of the
attempted! tc cut by a atijire aching train s.nd i i
rod and reel, practically all! the I mach through a driving rainstorm. time action has been delayed on account ( or ilth-r of th m. I I
fish of Southern SECTION TWO J.R.Avis&cO.
waters being found | |!
of the absence of specific orders I
in the town
: here Villa succeeded attackin '1 li.it .ell! engineers others In .
in abundance and in the I i l C'iniuctor or j '
Made the - -- -
open I by
however before the Americans arriv- from Carranza to hi- subordinates.With ;. ch..r'e of trains and loctimot.\i or eithtr of I ItHm. ..
season the hunters find this a great td. General Pei'.:hing's !lines of violatinif! the No\'i i..nq of section one oWf W O'J.
place for the taking of waterfowl and I I i of this ordinanceha.1 lie punished by line not I z 4
communication constantly lengtheningand ''urtater, than one hUI drPd dollars or by im- : COMER PEPK .

other game, Wakulla being noted as WASHINGTON', I). C., April 1.Private .- the announcement that additional I I nsonnu nt not r\ct linir: sixty day. or by CIGAR CO. .. L '
one of the best counties in Florida for both fine and imprUonnr.ent ,n the discretionof "
hunting.The Ad\ices seeming to show that troops had been sent into Mexico, the the May.r. STARE Florida Real Estate, Land and .

Villa has been definitely located south war department tdvised the state department SECTION THREE : '

visitor to St. Marks will find of Chihuahua were received today by that it was essential that Notice of the passage and apprmal of this I Prop., ( 1'br perL. .'.
the ordinance shall be given to the Seaboard Air .
Hudson House a comfortable stop- for the of the railroads STARKE FLORIDA. "
the State Department and at once arrangements use Line Railway Company ly a certified copy 4 83 Experience at Starke. .

ping place, and besides a postoffice, turned over to the War Department !)I be concluded at once. thereof under the band and seal of the Town years .
express office and there Clerk. being delivered in person to the local
garage, are
for transmission to General Pershing. :.
two freight agent of the Raid ra-Iway: company

stores where general merchandisemay The army censorship today veiled residing in the Town of Starke. Florida. by 4444444444444444.1- - . -
be had, and the residents of the F the marshal of said town within two days 1
the number and personnel of the addi- RUB OUT
little town PAIN after its passage and approval, and that the t 4 d41
surrounding country tional troops which have been sent pivinir: of said no'i ice to raid' ra h'ay company

are among the kindest hearted people acrcss the border. Major General Scott II with good oil liniment. That's shall be deemed and "held as notice to all its 1i i Optic-a* Tested S

in all Florida, and are ever ready to chief of staff, said the extra troops I I the surest way to stop them. II conductors.trains and engineers locomotive and or others either in charge of them.of : FOR SALE i JACKSONVILLE.FLA. I II

welcome the visitor and lend him every The best Tasking through the grid town of Starke.
kindness had left Columbus two days ago, but (!( rubbing liniment is Jj SECTION FOUR + I Broke
while in their midst.- no word of the movement had been !' + + I Sam Day rUcitvtdU I ''
Thk ocd nUM ..!taU take effect and bf fll' a
ltetot..c- l: .t.S: < "- &fcs; ; (. :tf d<' :> ; >> J> < < '<< ..wcsC.. << .?%.%,- ;:-- ." ctDftSj -

Then comes news of another en-' MUTAELINIMENT asge gad app ; >--

aemerit ,*\9cT hnwI't {'' .ti"tl.t. ( the Cbuncif. +, '
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racCC({ ( C 'ia (ctriqs.AN ? .ri'th SS 'ss's'rft
'ii'e.a <::tweLAiLo S- '
\'.,,'{ l" ... \J.llm"u;; vote o( th,. Town '* a-wl "totta' ((ihwa y. -I c&t standard Grove's 'asteles$
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S1'1)5 }.- 1)7P't ('''''t-o t\c \ \ >! ;> < ""' & 'cia.&it.
For elovon years I hfitt J g\* .;,.- thai at ViJJa1 c. A. HTCH. \ 0- a1l atie fitfrtfc ol p1) 4: > } I)> ) tt' a a '
& men : General Tonic b4cft\\t.& tt contains the
cs in To<<'d Ckr2.4tprocd : .
Bradford: $<33 iis& M terms. f.
county. Prices 'I'
reasonable in fight between detachment of Mardi A. D. < .
a a ly m- this Mh day of Hishland \relltnown t-snicprnpertlcsolQtTh

for firtdass'work.. Call or the Tenth Cavalry and bandits at Good for Ihe Ailments of ] ; 1\111.\ C. F. HOOVER. j(4 :l acres on Lawtey and "- }I' and IKONT. 'jt acts !t.VI Jj.7, DIiT!. : II
droj me card. 1 will be 1aye'r.NoTICE + road, "National Highway. I the arid
a at Jud!x? Calientes mile south- Horses s..1\! .I out Maluia? Knrkhea: I 01
:Malphurs' residence, Starke, for another Agruas of Bachiraba, Mules, Cattle, Etc. I. + One mile north of Lawtey. About .. Uuilds uo t1')* \he 5\5tuC. c" ''.znJ -- S
cast according to a report \ : _
week. (jood for OF APPLICATION FOR TAX HEEL + six acres cleared. $COO cash or + ---- -
from General l't'r.hhgtoda,'. your own Ache:, I The Cuiniro tnat Not Ah'sct Tiia HeaJ '
[FRANK Hereby notice is f'\\tn that J. 1: Futch. + terms + Doe '
O'CONXOR.( Colonel Pircwn ;'n hib Pains Rheumatism f cf He ?"nic and liialivr effcrl. I.AXA-.
report to G. !- Sprains, 'I'lt-awr of TP\ Sue; Certi'iRUnumbcrvd + pauQI .
Optician. t'r-.l! Pershirtr. did: not mention th- Cuts Burns Etc. --'ectieily .\ ... -tj.V. 61': it. R.s. -. I'tnd i: 5- L. II. I LL 1 TIVF ItKIic .yriSIXEi. I*ttfr Ihan r."hnary --
+ I UuM-.tie t(1. 5 not caniiier.i nr* nrrrirsrre
Florida. I
l>). i iisuid by the TaCollcetor fop 0. Law ley nen.i J Semcmuri f jl! na"1 atwl I

American losses. 2c. 5Cc. $1.' At all Dealers. Jrajford County. Hcriila each of the -ail + 4 I.-.ok tnl II tie -iret '. tlc. f.Ri.v:. 7<1 -. ?
Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly Natives coming from Chihuahua rt *icatii Iveiratid! the 4th day of .\UltstD. + ---- pl -

Thc ia Stalldgrd I'tlltral strtllvthtllifJi: aic. said that Brown surprised Villas men \ office. 1513.and has has filed nmde the! application said certificatis for taxI ini : ++ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I.I Now i h thi c time to pet your strawberry .- ;

Clnrs t11rU.flriche5 TASTELESS chin. TONIC drives on bout noon while their ho-ses were : You get all the important national, '. to v-sitt" in accordance with law. The -- i I tick<,t.& We print them for ycu '. 5
the blood. lid build. ku: .\. Uuc t 1alC:. For Jululu aid chiUrtu. 5ut grazing and said between thrity and stat, county news in the TeieraptAt lands in Bradford County, Florida: Read the Telegraph-?1.50 year on short notice.. Good stock, S



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t : LAWTEY., FLA I i LA VY I 11 1 1v1L2U iii i II.,

:: Don't let anyone mislead Great Bargain Carnival I Comprehensive.-N0fe In all manner i of Mer' '

; you. Look for the right place. Stores hold in the confidence and esteem of the people of this and*

t We will see that you are well are original and direct appeal to the economical interest the thit

J' satisfied. These Sales stand pre-eminent In the matter of values arid will pays F

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: Be Sure And Tell Your Friends: This Sale Will Be The Greatest Ever II. Held.j j

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--f I MERCHANDISE OF QUALITY I Ir II j I We operate our own farm---Cold storage r and

ice retaii \
.i. Come to Lawtey and cut the high cost of living. plant with markets.J
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REMEMBER OUR PRICES ON HUDNUTS GRITS AND MEAL WILL REMAIN You will never regret the purchase j&f f
f: -1. CVI Sugar Cured 1
Hndniits Grits 92-pound sacks, $1 1g5 at 2flJ. >

.: ",I Hudnuts Meal 92-pound sacks, 1,90 Ext Sugar Cured Breakfast Bacon at 18t.'":,


YOUNG MAN, IF YOU WANT QUALITY AND STYLE. PLUS OUR cvl All Pork country Sausage at 20#.
"I For the supply of our Jacksonville market <>
I I we treed|
We have your
y the cleanest and
line of ,
: Dry Goods I'' *
: Shirts Hats I Chickens and Eggs at top prices.
Caps j
Hosiery and Notions that you can find in the city. II .
Come and be Call t
convinced. .
I on us when
you are in tow}i *

Exclusive Arrow Shirts Agents' R I R I THEDE, Prop JJ I Exclusive Phoenix Hosiery Agents l The CRACKER SIX farm Mdrkets I.h..:

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We have ;
Save secured the See the.- World
Whether you hupport your Home Bank or .
i Dot it is, contributing to your welfare every HAVING AN .-, the Screen !
moment by assisting worthy enterprise, and I

J II developing local resources, INDEPENDENTTELEPHONE. .. .. ._ 'TANLACand EVES's I r
Hence you rob your own till and withholda ,
portion of their just dues from your family
when you send your deposits out of town,thus SUCH AS AFFORDED will have full
4- cutting down our capacity for more efficent -. ... //I supply Motion ctures
service. 4is
BY THE : .
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4 Per Cent on Savings- Lawtey Telephone Co. Every other:\ night at I
Compounded Quraterly Cash Drug StoreE. I I
C. C. WOOTEN. 7:15i m. .
L. Biggs, It'!, D., I ** I IQ
I Prop.'J A good time for a dime
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idise. Purchasing power of money doubled--No Sale could be t I. I! .: ..,/.
ould offer a more We are running these advertising
| greater variety of attractions-The popular !

rounding counties was never better shown than position these Sales to get acquainted I i t
" g people to whom the saving of a dollar is equivalent to Sales with you, and to do this w are I

I to come fifty miles to attend them. Come and be convinced.Trading earning.one. sacrificing all profits on these I ;

advertising specials.j I f;.

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98 pounds Aristos $3.70 :.
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10 cent cans of Extracts _
Shapleigh Coffee, best .09 ; '
green pound ,12'!/,
25 rent cans of Pine Apple Chunks .19

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Furnish your Home .J R

Headquarters for General IF YOU ARE A CUSTOMER I THANK YOU. : i.4. rj

j I: Supplies a Nail for to Farmers a Mule., from IF NOT,- I INVITE YOU TO BE ON MY LIST.YOU1LLLIKEMYWAYOFDOINGBUSINESS. t ;

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Stop At. Louis Hill!} i .1
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Lawtey, Fla.
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ServiceLawtey HotelJackson W. R REAL ESTATE't t ;2 .

Florida For Fresh Meats and Fish.A NOTARY PUBLIC ;; ..

I Full Line of Fresh Groceries-
Day and
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Night Popular Hotel In the City.
Cheap for Cash.
The most Reasonable Prices in American and European. I II
Highest Cash Price paid for !i Louis Hill: '
0 the Scuth. II Rates Reasonable.
,- Country Produce.
t } I Lawtey Fla.

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"' .. I Q .av eI Given by Mrs. J J. M. iViici .: Brilliant Event Given Under! i i t'';? j ; !

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Knv.--: ; Both MrMitthe'.i: : i
:a-t: : '
Mr. J.} !F. ( '.!.:r.\'a, who i SB in 1U.Ifs "T'?."- Mo'ii-taiii; Gill.; a ""ma'Ko ''"
t. \\ .fiil.n-o! ; !). a well known farmer ;.t Sand'r.tnent ;Sunday;; herewith I i :\1.- !r':.!\va.d!: \ ,1" becoming whit" the iliaIlidge.: iIV": I Ei-k-; : ;:; c
: :: .lC .,- ,!".--.-> -. Little! Mi1F! I]r- j :
,. ,., t!> I I"" .;.. .- .=echo;! .". was in town on his family !l'r ir.ttrpf't:1t'l: i.i-i'.c; pi''fect fi-j* i r
i : :.. :::, e' ( > A'li.i'.1.-! a ..1 Luciie :Mitel..1. ;:. I'tginninjr to ,,:.d{ i'i tii'! .:issic! c'-n-; t t
:'..i.l'k: .> l'rt'i'fI"k' ,, coiidu--t! thtgje a
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' !I'. ar.l MiP.! T'nli:;'*: O.L-! : ; ; position: so rl pkt" with! "igcc'v: ai Jj;
4 "If. .". MrT.. IL of Jacksonville : -*-- tn thimpended: punch !bowl! 11atho She made! her ,J5nc -
: ( Sweat J. F. Canuva and .on. Joe Canova J- .. : au set', |a9 J'J.
\'L!!<'h v.a.pliv"d: 1:1: u bower of \i.:. : ,
visited: relative; in Starke a"d/ liUlo (IaUiti; -r. Julia Etta ;r-,T- .. with rival reality, theY! <:< t1, \

last week. (II l to Su. :.d'I''n Mot-day: a'.di! i iMr. \ c..t; ; inday. Ld i firno": the ven.nUa. iu.il; wa- -he portrayed. tMr P + .1' r C ? 1ti ,
r-ro.1; i !by Mis.Murii' Lni-tr-i j ( 4s I
"Vi'r -'. L. (G. Tu'-nr-r, of. li"l: ; t ti ,

T. .1. Terry one of L 4Wt 'f,; solid: --- -.-- .---- -to";. The happy canver-'ation.> i- i ut formerly of :Starke: j i.- a :g. l'
'itizens had business !before the school A. /. Ailkins h:... i issued imi :t"-' !!'I' 'd y nri. i.- from the flh\- nv.i.-ic.il: favurt.and: her -iir; fI? It II I
board 'ng; gifted: your;.:: ladies: 1
Monday.Mrs. this .
talicn= for a miscellaneous! shower to was exceptionall!; ti i tEach
Wedding March t Englemann t I-MiCa.sie -
I In- given on the 14th instant in honor > number! she sang was beautiful 0 t t
V'her' Ki" !. of Lakf'l Butler: White. but her rendition I "1.' '.-
of Miss I.ut-ile Fieemun, hoe mar- of ( <1' mar: c : 0" .
spent renal day !a.--t week with Mrs.J. liage will! I be a.i e"ent cf Easter. 5')l0. "A I11"am"-fi"s Louise Des- the Land of the Sky Biue Wat I'" \\a I

I' Tomlin-on. --- sent -jperb. and called forth row-'d af.pr .

Mrs. C. W. Lid.Jon came down from VaL Capri r I.iNewland )-Miss round of applause, to whirh she re- (..' :>

Sylvester I'revElt and .I. 11 1. Star- Jacksonville! this week and will spend 1 i Leola Faulk. pondnd with "At lJawnn: (' by Cad- CM .... .- (

lirg'wJ'e am-jng the I.awtey visitorsto sometime in :Stark: Mrs. Liddon ha- Violin, Melody) in F (Rubenstein)- man. '
Starke Saturday.J. many friends here who are always I Iglad Miss Marie Li\ir.g.-ton. I :Miss Ruby Gornto, who passed her -
to see her. '! Piano ar.d'jolin., "Angels' t'rf'r.ade"Ii"es Childhood in Starke, but is now of \

11. Scarborough a well knownlake I Anna Car.ova and Marie Jacksonville, is a brilliant pianist and

I Butler citizenvas among thpi; Mrs. CJ. C. Livingston had as her I Lit'inl, ston. her talented performance was enthusiatically .,

visitors to Starke Monday. guest last week Mr.; Emma A. Saunders The shower of presents were presented 'I' appreciated on this occas- \

Past Pre.-J4ient of the FloridaRebekah I in novel lens Miss Gornto plays with natural 1

Messrs. I 1). F. McDona'd! and John t Assembly. While here Mrs I dltht> a doors mot of the manner.dining roomwere Sud- i grace and ease that is a delight to her I i .

Croft were among the Lake Butler Saunders inlere.-ling talk! hearers. ,
gave : very
/ visitors to Starke Monday.Mr. to the !ladies on the subject, of the Rebekah I',fairyland.opened) The and large revealed dining a picture table h..d"p of j Below! i is the program in full: j'I t 1 ;

I Lodge.Mr. j "The Mountain Girl" Payne( Er- O 1
n arranged as a garden with numerous I }
II. Stevenson of l'itttu"r.was : skineMi.-s Lucile ,
| Edythe Freeman asi.stfd :--
flower which there
the gue.-t of his hon, Mr. Henry and Mrs.I N. D. \Vainwrighthaii :. to walking paths tiny fairies. The appealed by less L'. G. Turner -ooi-t! I i r era.

L. Stevenson during the w'ek. hr.d) ; s th 'ir ;g'jts: at their Clark tat and Miss[ Ruby Gornto piani*t.
I It'
-tt -et home during: the week the following white way untered in which by the an bride-to-be enormous I'ia! March: (IRaff1.) .. YES, GIRLS OR WOMEN, BOYS; OR MEN CAN

G. C. Woolen, manager of the Law- : Hatut*. who had come to at-1 I wa.- seated poppy revealing only her dainty! Vocal ( ;, i "A Birthday ( Woodnnmi.i JOIN J OUR CHRISTMAS BANKING CLUB.

tey Telephone Exchange wa a I bu-i- t.-nd l th" in"-i.l! of the late Mrs. Leah 1 Vocal /br( "The Shore iClum.nadi;: ) "i. : J
ness visitor to Starke Ttt'ay.E. } head and shoulders. She wurobed THE PLAN IS THIS-DEPOSIT t;> OR 10 CENTS I
T. Mi- I I"ulah.Ic'orth!
Wainiiirhi I Piano "Shadow: Dane"
: I a') i M I '-
in white tulle dress with moulinewing. -.-
.1 01 i MeI.. .1. Williams, of Jack.'on-1;1 a. Doveil)I. 1' OR 2 CENTS FOR THE FIRST WEEK THEN INCREASE -

... II. 1'oppell" !, candidate! for ('ountyup'rir.tcnl '- .11.! .. \. H. ;'uth.fJf: Wayero-..:, I :over- ar.d her hEr--houlder.--blonde! hair, being>vas held ha.ign.g i inI- I i Piano: (cld 1 l "Hark! Hark h. ?f.:.' ; YOUR DEPOSIT THE SAME AMOUNT EVERY I-

? nt. was circulating! : among c M'! l is< .. it K't". "( Orur-re ,t'f. ( Litz I. :1 i '
the ,
(, -I his muiy friends in turkr; Monday. '!. r'1 j .: >! ;.;. S. 1V-I1"igh'; ci"KKC pboO'f' r. forehead by a silver "The Awakening. WEEK. ; .
'ar, whil i i. her handh"! held a .
?'t : :, Vocal! (gat I ".Th.loon: Imp- I I.- ..., IN 40 WEEKS -j
\\'. J. i-irvii'iaU': h'ewand! mounted with a ilvei :
Epi( f herin .... ,
ron.. "r \.1. .1. "L' .1-- I "l r Q
... -- '
was aii"r ':a.: Tha?=:is gathered rotund and uvui tin r '>1"11 uu'ii ": H -CENT CLU3 FAYS 516.HO
looKinjr n-
rarnpaijrnfenw.s IT \1. in MISS FCEIM A:,. : Sky I'MCVHtfr" (Cadma ir.
.., :showtred the f.iiy wide witJi |j
) i ir Si rky :Mcp'ia1. ; "d 1 T..t a p"f'ii.i --- The FuIfiH-ne"! :5-CENT CLUS FAYS 3I.&
dav. of dainty gift., MjFaulK; i-j
--- ---_ -. T'' '' inief''.i v.ii'-\: frf 1 ; :land\ all i aiiv! : the a.vompunjgaids; ; a: f: ,

Mr;. L". ';. Tunr-r.: (;\ illf'. I.IITS of Mi- I.ucile ;'re;!taa had 'i-ei.-es. Little :Mi.Florence Aud'fwreceived 'II":- rC.0\V! KMERTAINTJiK: : $: WE ADD 4 PER CENT INTEREST.YOU .

.4{ ;. zed Mi.Ruliy: Go.'iito. of Jacksonville ii! pl.aourt"t uHla; \' evening: March a pii/c fur the -haute-t vers' I.AIHKS! : All f! ..
." in- and Mi.-s olive! for the lonpe. CAN DEPOSIT 25 OR :5O CENTS. OR '
w re w.'e-t r.l! euK-t ,, :MrA.. >, of hearii.ir! .hf r in a dramatic i P.y: t.il
I 7.. Adkin: ?. toipraiHM <.: "Tl .- Mountain Girl" !by | :\% lat; :was pre-en.ed with a box 51.00 OR S2.0O OR MORE EACH WEEK.

Payne Er-kine. Miss Freeman has I entertained the I.i lie. .: i i' '' COME IN---WE WILL TELL ?OU
I T. \'.". Ward of 'ampville, came delighted>d Tah! '.h--re au-li! !'nc,,::s o-i i : ; prc-'-nied
I in Saturday afternoon for treatment nun:Ercu:: ci-ca-ions, b-jt this ...;aI.:> '1 *i arc s( veial! of the most amusing Ii .e.- : the Pre-bjterian church, thiM., ''it COME IN AND GET A CHRISTMAS BANKING CLUB
,. the ladles; regular bu.-iness -, _
I for cancer of the lip \by ] tr. E. T. '.ue tjonably! Ole; of Ler l-e.-t works, : : m" :I BOOK FREE.
r ,
Fr"l11all went to college .
; Campbell.Mr. :::idhe ir.ud" .. deep! and lasting im- '. The president, Mrs. Deni.-oR.! i ,
1 A.- most girls vies to gain in knowledge.
i I pre:iion. She i. :y.detd I a wry tal!:>nt- ducted the meeting in a:i tffici'-nt ni 'I BRADFORD COUNTY BANK
And while! therehe ,
.'' \ t :Mr. and Mr?. tyaigley.: who have t d reader! : and k- c-ja her hearer-- t< met a l"y- ner, and after: roll call payment .
't I Oh ju.-t think! what joy! ,
my dues
ar.d of !
j spent the winter here with their son, cc.--e touch and -ympathy with the r.rrangrrieni con: d!('iab Ii.. -
They began making dates, .
:Mr. J. T. Quigley! : left Sunday for j.jctaivs she draw :., clearly.! Thenumerous business the me-ti.ij.' adjouTied!! f": asocial .
Consequently. Miss: Freeman will be i l :
half hour.
j their home in Canada. characters portrayed fiom I
:Mrs. Vates.And -
,4 I "The Mountain (;irl" were skiIf.Alyad .|i The Uglow's country home i- '-MTa i (( ,

,, Me.-srs. W. J. Epper.-on: candidate ; adroitly! -!II a\'n. the distinguishing i to-ending Mrs. Yates these ho.-e I'm.. for its hospitality, and this wa an I B. Z. MATTHEWS
,4l' i for fheptF. J. C. Byrd for! tax assessor. trait of each being well brought to unusually pleasant; occasion. ;MrUg- .
And, they win doubt, one need
no day
l' E. and J. W. Nichols were among the the surface. The interrelations of I low and daughter, Miss (CarnV ,.(,I"j j
mending, 'I Artesian Well Driller
Raiford visitors: here Monday.J. Frale i isjnorar.t. :uncouth: thou h canning ed the guests with delicious ice: cream ;'
And when you do this simple task "'-
and \engeful! mountain youth; and several kinds of cake. Besides the t

II. Lowery candidate for consta- the mother with her sweet simplicityand Think of a.-k.me, and my best Clara wishes Moitt., is allI (I members of the Aid there were several I Have Had Twenty- our Years !

blefor! district Xo. 1, and Morgan hild-like trust: and the unfolding invited guests Those enjoying Mrs.

Redding: candidate for peace on earth nf the character of Cassandra-eager \;. Uglow's hospitality were Mesdames
"I peeped within the college Experience In Well
t and good will! to men, of Lawtey, were ti> study and learn-ambitious to fol- gates J. M. Rising, C. W. Liddon. Angle: -grilling
And heart, said Mr. Yates.
in town Saturday.Mr. low in her fathei's footsteps andleach my Sternburg G. C. Li\ingstoi.: J. R. Hal-
"O maiden fair give back heartThat's
the mountain top-were especially my ligan W. A. Bessent, W. B. Kuhl, A. In Florida t
truly pierce with dart
and Mrs. Louis H. Hill!, Misses good. Miss Freeman has an appealing } Cupid's Price Nash Sr.. Brooks. I.. C. Hume, *

Louieticlle Brown Ava Lee :Moore, voice with clar sweet tones j "Come. I It-ave your mates, forget your cf Tabor Iowa. E. T. Campbell.I! Everett I Guarantee to Satisfactorily Ctmplete 411

and Mrs. J. T. Moore, of Lawtey. campown and: her audience wa delightnd! with dates, Miner, II. G. Denison. A. V. Lon:,!.

!last Friday evi-nintr to attend her rendition of "The Mountain Girl." I.Wherr! wedding! bells will! poal! our little Miss ,Annie Long, :Mi=s Amelia CONTRACTS \.

Miss Freeman'lecital.: :t< was shown l I.'' the hearty anplaus" I fates; Ray: and dir. Grace; Ford!, of No'-th RAIFORD .j
:-hf I'N''in.d. :M'eliausch.. Ihgeod( j For h all the woilj there'- no one Branch, Mich.CALOMEL _

4 Me.--i>. (;. W.. A. A. ;o)1., llaZen : nd Greer. wr+h vj..Iin numbers, and! I can r.fa'! --- -----.-- -- ----- ........ --- ... -
1'. L. Cro.-liy. John ('lemon.T. Miss Ga'lyMartin! with two vocal But my dainty, picturesque, love Lu- .l ..

M. Sh.r.v, S..., .\. n.! ;Surrency a'lil J. ,.If\'tiol's, as.-i.sted: with the j rngram. I tie! :' Cassie White. SALIVATES =. : -
I A. Abbottert amoiig: the Urookervisiler : addirjr! !! much to the evenir.g. entertuinni AND MAKES YOU SICK: --- =- '

.; to Mark: Mulday.l "- t.-Tallaba--ee I!'.rord. I IKI :0;:; l11lnylrti'/ to choose i iJf'twixt.I I I ---1

------ .
r so with
many courting sucr zest. -
Mr. L. D. 1 K-gi.: : ::ter ha:- m-fitly- (' \ >=S ARE. ItT.( : What vender if you re been. mixed Acts Like Dynamite on a Sluggish j :

stalled! a mammoth refrigerator i in hi> About the one you: love the best?' Liver '
and You
store in North :Starke. This refrigerator Lose U. De !
"Dr. and Mr,. Albert Howard Freeman MINIER
j love l l..t:1
is a handsome pkvrof furniture two swain:: a Day's Work.
the honor of 1i. i
request your presence -
Once s
i is
and large enough to accommodate I coually divided; ., I
at the marriage of their daughter But: heart i.! J ,
a quantity of peri>haWe merchan i. now your appearsj .
dise. Edythti Lucile, to Mr. Lucius A. j j Quite a little \bit lopsided. There's no reason why a person : FOR SPECIAL i

Yt.te.on Saturday evening April the Carrie: Amelia Ray. > should take sickening, salivating cal BARGAIN IN :

The Civic Club will hold its monthly twenty-second, nineteen hundred and I : omel when 50 cents buys a large bottle -< i :

sixteen at eight i o'clock. First Methodit Mu=. :Mitv-hell, of Dodson's Liver Tone Watches Clocks
meeting Wednesday afternoon, 1'Jth. assbted by Misses -a perfect; Jewelry SilverI:
beginning at 3 o'clock in the council church Starve: Florida. Anna Canova, Florence )Matthews Lu- substitute for calomel. j I
The above form of invitation is being rile! Mitchell It is a pleasant .
room. All members, old and new are and Florence Andrews, vegetable liquid
sent to relatives and friends at a served delicious which will start liver ware and ; '
urged to be present as matters of im- a ice course your juet as sure- I Novelties. I
distance. 1'I ly as calomel, but it doesn't
pohtance will be discussed at this Those enjoying this delightful event make you'' >

time. I I Having resided in Starke the past 1 were, Misses Anita Wills. Jean Teague i sick and can not salivate. I I "A I !ii.

sixteen years Dr. Freeman has too Francis Children and grown up folks can
Clark Alma Clark Edwina One :
I adjusted
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kickliter and. many friends in this vicinity to send McBeath Carrie Belle Weeks. Mabel take Dodson's Liver Ton, because it Elgin 16-jewels watch, regu- i

Rev... W. Kickliter were in Jacksonville I' each one a separate i invitation but he ; Colley Eva is perfectly harmless.
Powell Minnie &> I lar
sst'lt.1! price $26 will sell for $17. J '
Wednesday to attend the fun- :l cordially i invites through this medium I Mabel Darby Carrie Darby, Annie'1 I Calomel is a dangerous drug. It is I!

eral of the late Mrs. S.. L. Chapman.Mrs. all of his friends who so desire to be : Darby, Ella May Long, Clara Moitt, ,I mercury and attacks your bones. Take'a \ I I

Chapman formerly lived i in present at the marriage ceremony of Juanita Best ent, Mary Pack, Ottie I will dose of nasty calomel today and you One 18-size 17-jeweIs adjusted, J Nearly new for $8. |

Starke and was an aunt of Mr. J. F. his daughter. Gray. Millie Fay Ivey, Agnes: Gardi- i I I feel weak, sick, and nauseated to *, i
Don't lose
Kickliter. nor, Etella a day's work.

'I Read tha Telegraph-$1.BO r year hal Err.ma Gallagher Powell ,Jeannette Blanche Pattis-Matthews Tone Take a spoonful of Dodson's Liver One 18-size jewels in gold fille.' case, only $6. ; ;

George Burn SM. of Green Cove, I Bello Kelly, Mattie Warren, instead and you will wake up

was in Starke Wednesday to consummate The Aches of Housekeeping. Mary Warren. Lunette Register Etta feeling great. No more biliousness, All rings and jewelry ccntilct i I
I constipation except
sluggishness goods at cost
i headache
purchase of a part of theI The pain and soreness caused' by' Register! Cassie White. Olive Ray ,
i ..:>ngford in the ., coated tongue or tour stomach. Your ...
: prep rty western part bruises over-exertion and straining I. Anna Canova, Cleo Mitchell!, Eunice druggist for a short time. *
of town, comprising the dwelling! and says if you don't find Dod
during house deaninstirr Robinson. Hazel
: ; :{' are sooth Brown. Marie Livingston son's : : i
four of land. Mr. Burned will Liver Tone acts better than hor-
I acres ed away bv Sloan's Liniment. No Miriam Ros e, Florence Ca- rible

I rei.t the property for the present. i need! to suffer this agtfnv. Just apply nov:., Kathleen Alvarez, Lois Peek, for calomel year: money i-5 waiting Three Elgin and Waltham watch(, in ladies' sizes. !

S'oan's!' Liniment: to thn sore spot I Emma Darby Louie Bessent Louie you. (11'-t3,1: ,

II Mr. prank M. Lee and daughter nib: only!; a llt.lc.; bJ s-'nort time the i i Belle Brcwn. Florence Matthew. May --- at cost. $8 to $12. ,t i I

Mis: : Nellie! who have pent the gin- pin kl\'('.-: you you ret comfortably Fripp, Martha Fripp Or.ie Edward. ., To Drive Out Malaria : :

tcr in Starke! !left for JackronvHbSundav !l and! eii'oy; a refreshing: :: sh! I
-- '-
.w morning. Enroute home they grateful use" writes: "Sloan's Liniment : and Miss Faulk. 'i M1CTnt. ncc. _1.:11 .r..v.. .' ,GROVE'S. !, I
II A. A.'J I
will visit Richmond aid Washin tGr:. i i'Q h i it? weight! i in good! :' I what you are taking.uiji ij.Mou, as the formula know is I .t-

:Mr. Lee's home is in Sutherland Iowa. ... Keep a bottle! on hand use it against On Wednesday morning a little printed on every label, showing it is j' Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Day Cares CU Jir& Other BiDediei! : Wan Cart 1

We hope to have Mr. Lee and h:# -n Ko-<->nes<: neuralgia! and hrui.-p". daughter was born to Mr. and Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. 'I roar druggist: rill refund money if PAlO The wont USt's' matter of bow long standing R Rare
Mr Rf
daughter with us cgaii nest vi-.f Kills pain. 25c at your druggist ((2)) P.oss R. Hoffman. The Quinine drives mt calaria.: tl.e OINTMKM n' : fail!, to cure any case cf Itching, cured by d 10 wonderful, old reliable Ikt'orter's '
ind. !
Ircn -.' I'lcc'ms or Protruding Piles: 5 14
;ds up =e ay item. 50!; eels >n tn days Antnq Healing Oil. It relieve
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i.e- !t..a : ".vciLL* .u.i D.,t, 6A.t. hiD and Heals l the ame tune. 2Sc: ,SOc, JLM.BI .

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FHIn.I'IUL '. 1916 ._ i iHDlr

MFK or TilE ::0011.; ed soil. Agricultural plant- do not 'other matter. H\VK: MVK LAND: TITLE II\: .\\1- rent desirable! \ to plow under a large he dl'stro'J. Disc the t eld \both ways
S- feed at all thenhen one-half of One reason why manure or other 1\: EI). aP.ounl of dry matter when one expert before it is plowet .n ; WI.rli i it well \

the total water than in the soil hasescaped : (.crganic matter is the best form in ; to plant! a crop immediately. But after it has \been 1)(1\\.1.; l \'1'1"Lttit'
IImn1: t(1l'I.I I.!'f" i>> th.: Soil! either: by under-draips, or by which t-i introduce fertilize into a ,
.. !it.-
; dire of trouble! will IH- -al I i tiu- i: :
when land need! such
initiri"r; 1 i"u' iitle saf : Fit'rib I.: "' ifin organic -
Makf! '""!!ttV! f t i soaking; down deeper or by cvaporai' soil b the ek'meiHs of fertilitycontained t
1 loo.-.: .i (i n.uiii. 'b a.r i a .j) *:i' f. i': then: the parts! ; grow the fltl"t. ill t do not: all 1 0(','0 me available .h;: .' :.r ii-ing: ivpdh. Tnt rt.ii'is matter, not a straw of ithouli! will be protitable.i 4.

into t.. '-< il, i'i" -'"i" washing, baking:: When thi: sjiplu-' water jias.sc- oF during one year, but are gradually run: g v.th r.irons! other stal'1- -t
..tiUinitrogen, mak.. roles three A'on a' people! ! and t p"K: 'I i tliouch, und.-r-drains-tile- ire- d during a period of ;; : : {
othi : |p'; "' ;;"".1 -UJkilal'U, make., th: iiKvtl 'Iuil'kly. and the :oll i- !h.'.'. ui m tr" > euis.Distruiti.m. : .. --.' th' post ds.s-i'M'i't' tra:: 'iLn (II ,

"1:1! lacking in humu the How' and in a condition that vuv a of Ilumiis : !. The iran who has MK 'J'i .:' '. I t'

.., h. ', .a I .'"oiiuttivc.: t1I'! next rain lollies it will 1... ai'soilid ; Humus i- destroyed by drl'i'rent *..::1:4,1.; title will!\\ two to !Mirl.t imlawl. ,a ,

In l ,,,, 'v ->i' humus I : ill the soil in .:;,' 1 much inure readily than when the :ueencieof' h:.a sling the soil. .

t :-1 1 : :"<
  • main- !' .!L Rolf de! :!!' of thi"'"u-r-ity! \ i'I!

    in UK .V" !s< < f tl1l': crop the,!! ; a-I t;). / :is it do-.; when the lldy! icipei tain a ..suflkiPiit! supply\ of ha mil- in < f "Hondu coHtfje!! ;. of agiuultin; ., ad ii i- \\ i! ,

    -:..' '111" untl""al imuuc the soil where the thlnati l"1\ hdluercf Ir
    "'th "' : : ; bj .:n?ilin!! deeper down or ovapo- i- warm \i land and pi. p"r- '" /-
    "id f ,". 11' .1- hail nl' an extreme' i at ing.Iluriii.. with little or no freezing the ground title p'mha-er-j to have titles <'\:min,- ,

    IK} hot'I/',1. -. in the soil\ keeps ''t in a cond't.on than where there is a cooler: ilmiatj eil. Then- is a great dn.il of land ;in

    'Tin! '( i,":fit "f humus ill a well,. ; that lets the ram n more reaJK with long cold winter; Florida\ the ownership of \\ hid) i- 4/ -

    dram-! -\\o'"t :' IIfl i I,,' al Milutel;): ; it act as a s-ponge, alt-oibirg: anti In the warm climate the breakipg dojl.tful.! :yea who law owned it l I- ;. 65Hv

    toiitiullui '>:. tu! CarOle; A "utT.l'it'li1,. holding; th water \both from settlingtry down (-i' fermentation of the oigaricmatter fore have not i-uri'd a great d".l about

    supply ..f hum to rtiiil-f a ;soil pro : and! evaporating, and knpi the continues practically' the entire the title !otau--e they have nut i1.-! *

    dinv good y f,'Idt'an only II'! innin ,-oil from running togethf or baking year, while in the co'd"r!' climate tt'rll'd!! to hold it long and it wa- not ,

    tamed t bye finUtntly| working into ih >i and listing: as it would dj! vvithouthumu : the freezing of the ground stops fer- of suttuicntahif! to induce anyone to : Delicious Drinks

    wit a new Mipji'y'! (,\ojMalilf,' :u.< .-. '! menti.tiop and thus avoidor at least question] the ownor.-hip. The old! order i

    animal! matter in tome form. i' :s-ome iii'\i of the extent to which ': ,nor'iiouslj i reduces wa-t('. Add to : i,; hanging. There are some queer I ..

    humus cannot !Iof' Imuyht-llu'ie i i,: the proportion/ of humu in the soiliffeits '' the w..nn climate excessive rainfall j turns in the old law of the st;,t{'. Have I Our ice and real fruit flatarsmake ;
    Till cream
    road! -uppljinj: it. < 'i pure
    short l Itl' a'
    ro ; the moisture content may ind the problem of humus becomes a le-po'iMule lass yet or abstractor-
    only \\.1) to hait in your soil is tplow ,. gathered from the following: cry serious one to the farmer, and amine your title. the refreshments that you get at fur>

    it ur.d-r 01 in some way work in-, Professor; Snyder, of :Minnesota: therefore to the entire community. --

    to the ;vegetable or animal mittc ilc1cay. I found that a new soil, orly ] Qualitv of Humu-. I DO NOT BfRNKC.m: : : : ,UU.K I fountain really nourishing food. And J/ve.
    in a condition; that it will readily contained ;.T."i The 'of humus vanes. So )1.\T-1
    I 1:1 years, per ruth.att'tI\1 quality
    \ i TKR.ieiybody try to keep our serving dishes and rec p'
    the! h'iPHi -
    'nius and IIUfll'r: cent vvat far as has been a-certi'ined : j

    Manuu-i is which the frost to provide( .' m nucal humu-material -" I The same character of soil that hd resulting: from the decay of straw I t tacles: as clean and wholesome as the lest} I

    from been! cultivated\ :!J: years contained only till add much to the moisture-holding I agree that the nun! who j I

    aside from stubble! weeds, loots o,, :!..")o per cent humus jird 1'!.ll p.-r; capacity[ of the soil, to kocpinsr it mellow killed the oo-i- which laid the golden I housewife in this town keeps her kitcl) n.

    grain, etc., which arc on or in tbi cent w ate'r. 'I and admitting air, a-- \\ ill'! humus I' eggs; was tiMihsh. How about! the man I',

    ground: after the crop is harvested, ; In other wonU, theoil of which from any other mateual.! j who bum.the vegetable! matter on his '

    While tho plowing' under of, Ielovetcowpea jjiu'icrop ', ,1.7! .") per cent was humus contained But the centnt of humus va'iiwidely -- I, land when it l reeds'all the organic Stop In Here i t I
    legume (
    :*, particularly :J ti-I: ton- of water per acre while that in its fertilizing contritI'rofes.sor I,: matter he can put into it ? It is a''
    and other podded plants! i i Sand
    of which only !: .'d() percent was humu- j i Snyder fllu1hltltat humus common practice ill some !sections to
    hciiHlnal' to soil dtVi: ""it is i: I '
    highly a ah': only toi.tained: about 1W/> tons of w1 :\- resulting' from the decay of meat burn all the weedtrash and mains get a thirst'quencher; then take a pail .
    humus there an two reasons: I
    ; h'r'pel' acre, to a depth) of one f""t."I scraps contained 10.%; per cent nitrogen of former crops when the land is;
    II ff,1! first and leturnei 1 I I of
    should sherbet home the fan
    they cream or to ily.Mitchell's .
    the ill the form of nunuic | 1'iofcssor King, of Wisconsin, found or 2JO: I poundpor ton; from ;green ., ready for plowing. }

    to The first ground is wane. After feed ha:: ,: a,' an average "for :'. year';' work, that clover $.:'U\ pet cent or ICi: pounds an:I 11 i. S. S. Wj.Iker, associate chemist to I 4

    been dieted by cows giving milk, or 'I for manured fallow ground the surface | from fresh row manure, eating ordinary 'I the !University of Florida Experiment !
    growing: animals the droppings, liquid foot contained lx:;.> tons and more similar water feeds r..l; Ii; per cent or 12'i: : pounds Station reminds farmers that they:.1 Drug Store

    and solid-still contain about 80 percent per acre than adjacent per ton. not only destroy organic matter but

    of all the fertilizing elements ( nitrogen but unmanuicd land while the second Value of Lime they kill many beneficial bacteria: that I
    that the foot contained i>I.i: tons, and the thud The agricultural value of lime has aid in making plant food available J
    phosphorous potash) .
    I .
    i.SS tons water, making a totaldifference of Starke Florida
    been known for centuries. Liming *
    feed contained. When fed to grownor when they fire such material. It isj I %
    the manured
    favor of
    in in soils is a very old practice. While
    fattening animals (not cows J
    ground amounting to 34.41 tons per lime is not a "cure-all," it is the mosteccnomie J
    milk) the manure contains practicallyall -- -- -- -- -
    acre." ,I neutralizer for soil acidity
    of these elements, there were in ,
    : During the diy season of 18'Jl there This is ts most important function in
    the feed. Hence plowing a feed crop
    was a diffeience of 72 tons per acre. I modern agriculture. It is beneficial' '
    under is wasteful. I pWHEN J
    The other reason why the crop should He also found that the 4th, 5th and to the soil in many other ways -f t _
    g j be fed and the manure applied is that : lith<; feet contained a total of 11 tons .: It improves the texture of the soil. I t
    I less water here the manure .
    when the is plowed unlel'I per acre v ; Breaks; down the soil particles.Lets
    green crop 'I
    J where it had I
    had been applied in air and moisture. (
    t there is depositcf
    J and decays, a greater
    , acid left in the soil than when the not been. This means one matter of two, Liberates nitrogen and other plant Call around and look over my line of Hardware. Farming Implenfents
    things eigth the vegetable
    !i? same animal plants, and the have manure passed is through put in the an mlI1Url'in the soil in the upper three I food.Makes sour soil sweet--enlivens it I of all descriptions carried in stock. My line of Tools, Plows and Cultivators -

    ; feet absorbed so much'moie of the -that is, mikes conditions favorableto i of different Disc Shovel Tooth Taoth
    I land and decays. I than was absorbed in I many styles, including Straight ; ,
    lain as it came growth by giving life to the
    i called Both organic vegetable matter.and animal The matter particles is the same depth of the soil not manured soil:; plant bacteria which make it productive I Spring Tooth and Combination Disc and Shovel Tooth, is complete.* (

    that less reached the lower level, I
    of soil, stones, etc, are called inorganic -
    matter. or eKe the manure increased the capacity There are millions of acre; of add I sell the famous Webber Wagons, Mowing Machines; ,

    of the soil to draw moisture soil in the United StateIt i i., stubble v.eedbo..os; ,
    When manure, Rakes Hay Presses Gasoline Engines Stoves Ranges Enamel'
    green crops, dead anima! etc., ;.K from the lower levels.We if not impossible! tort a standof ,
    tee I.y the i.'Milts of these experiments .oil. In Ware and Tinware. >
    worked into toil, they begin to decay. alfalfa cr on sour : I
    r I In decaying thi.. niatoiial ferment. first, that marine inivd the humid sections of the 1'lIr:1: !:',! <.k

    1! and forms lH'at. The decaying; of such with '-oil even lefoie I it has decayed one of the obstacle-1 th.'a of e T "5T| 7ZJ"B1r3O
    L tc the e\teit that it is ailed humus:, tablishint relation with i I. I i JONES
    material in the ,soil has the effect of ; ctop g'u'sti JLS'CivL& Vx. j
    to the 'L .J
    liberating front ihe soil .aitii-les some id-is imroenstly i's acid soil
    ) capacity 'f thj soil, aiiil. .-,'c,' u!. i1, : ,',.- _
    taincd n'-
    of th< elenn nts of plant foodbuh! Lime mahe' inif -- --- ........... ...... ---- _
    the .. --- -
    into formd I .
    'i they l'o:1taj'I, Tsars Iernt'r.t---I! ->- that after it hapaed\ ; ) i'rnun.1 Inn'"-tone, air ,,1,1':1:1 !m""hvdratui" -- ------....,..._ ---------t--.
    !hunuit till!' i""t-mis that: func- .,
    , phoru. potash, tU". -\\hil- wiappel or wa' ':'-- i ibuint I' :r ',

    up in the soil' particles, arc ut.lib"ll'f tioi a"d pov: r. lime, and) mai'!. I.'in-I L: !.."-t 3I4

    no \vliute\ir-to the growi.lti K: v.atn. !hi sidi! : carrying: into) applied after th \\\n\\ i i,. ,pl'nv.-i! 01! for I II. .....-- --..,----<"(' nil I II

    plant. When \editable! or animal the soil ammonia, also carries with it a crop scattciiiiHr: with! a lime: dhtMbnlor. If If

    matter-manuie, green plants! stal-: carbon gathered front the! iiir, and it endgato seeder, manuicpivader, I

    ble, bones, etc.-is plov.ed under, <..rworted aids in tie decay! of org.riic matter, or from a wagon.

    into the !:uil.I! bacteria seic' :.rd the development of waimth. Lime in commonly applied in the }

    upon it and set ip a feimentatn.i, i Rri'i! water is j.Ko powerful\ factor form of ground Hive rock, \vat'r-slak- YOUN6 TRAD1N6 COJNI'IiNEAR
    in equalizing! or t-mpeiing!' theI ail'- .ke,1 lime about
    which means heat and finally iln-ay. cd or !: < as
    of the soil. In spring and
    When the decay has leached an adanced I warmth lows: fOl-1
    fall the soil is colder than the air.
    \' stage, or we might say when Ground limestone, 2 tons or mot'I'I I
    1 When this condition exists the rai i
    the vegetable or animal matter on per acre; air slaked or "hyllr.ltrI"1
    which they are working has been thoroughly 'water as it enters the soil makes it lime about 1 ton per acre. I DEPOT <

    decayed it is called humus. Its warmer. For testing soil for acidity, use blue vP

    then partially soluble in water, :vid! During the heat of summer the soil litmus paper.lul'iatir: acid pour'l'I I

    as it breaks down or dissolves in fie! is warmer than the air; (luring the upon the soil will show the presenceof Offer the Following Specials: \
    night1.1')' much so. Rain water under I
    moisture contained in the soil, the free lime by bubbling.
    the soil. Much:
    plants absorb the plant food through this condition! all field! NOW IS THE TIME TO PLANT COW PEAS AND WE HAVE JUSlf
    benefit is; by crops
    the roots, and what was once barnyard .\ I'rXTLIAK: WELL IN: FI.OHW\.I l
    manure, stubble, weedn..t., '.-, I from this influence of water. RECEIVED FROM TENNESSEE A LARGE CONSIGNMENT OF i

    fish or flesh, is thus converted :nto '1 Manure: or other vegetable matter of the well! !
    In their investigation
    food for man.anJ beast. But MOT of worked into a soil loosens it that, and and underground waters of Honda Clay, Whipporwill and No Name Peas. }
    hence puts it into i.
    the elements contained in manure, or
    ether vegetable or animal matter can admits air of which seine is -wc ':iaQ' the; geologists;: of have the noted United States interesting WE HAVE THE BEST VIRGINIA AND NORTH CAROLINA SEED
    Geological Survey many -
    be used by plants until they have gone to th:? decay of the manuie H thipgs. Among these i i-. a PEANUTS OF DIFFERENT VARIETIES. *,

    through; a process of fermentation; 01 i matter. Manure well at Welaka, on St. Johns I River, .
    have been acted upon: by I b.ul"rKiwhich How Much WE CAN FILL ORDERS FOR CHOICE FLATBUSH COTTON SEE
    i That snvral: n 'm- from which two kinds; of water an lt- |
    nature has provided and mahtaint 1 depend! upon t

    ; in all fertile soil for that pur- lions; for it is ieults.About pos-ible. to apply) ( too tined This'I! i i.;, ",nt; feet d."p! UK WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF FERTILIZERS. INCLUDING .
    ,l pose known Without would! produce these bacteria profitable no! soil!! much for twice .is inch manure or length! of the casing is Hd f" -t. Th COTTON SEED MEAL SUITABLE FOR ALL :KINDS OF CROPS i .,;
    a well first drilled Hi) f. ltdfrom !
    he t- was to t ::
    crop. Without vegetable or animal other vegeta'l"! I matter can pro ALSO LIME. i I.
    thidepth ordinary hlIlphur""alt'I'
    ..I.hworked into a heavv ( clay ) soil
    matter in the .soil tl\ bacteria. cannot ;
    ('xi.-t. Their (tTettHl:s n any soil while a medium! loam soil! will piobal.lyat \ wr. obtained.! The <<\l'11'a! CAR OF FLOUR OF DIFFERENT BRANDS JUST UNLOADED. ,',
    containing : cue time a1:1 a li htoaldy( ) :'lo1i. then carried to a depth of ::;Ina);' feet.wheie
    depends upon its more 1: ,
    less organic-vegetable or animal use to advantage about oie-half more water it encountered atI'OJ'C n.mrral !- i IF YOU NEED SALT WE HAVE IT IN 100 POUND SACKS; A$
    having di
    I a :;agree.nla -
    matter fian a sandy soil.! ,. : i
    Then too: the amount and frequency ty tc- te.: In 'inlcr! to use both kind-I 1 WELL AS SMALLER PACKAGES.
    Without bacteria there i is no fermentation f
    b" taken into of water an inner tubing was run nearly )
    of the rninflllhouI.l -
    either in the soil oel,,< i ?
    where. lonsuKiation. With:0: inches normal to the 1 lottom of the wrll. Bath LARGE STOCK OF THE CELEBRATED BROOKS COUNTY, GA ,

    the Gulf of thi- arts the outer casing were connected HAMS AND SHOULDERS. ;.
    rainfall along
    These bacteria, to do effective work, I as
    of Foil with pumps :so that ordinary
    Mexico, probably any type
    must have air moisture and humus to
    water and mineral water can be pumped CHEWING TOBACCO ALL THE POPULAR BRANDS LBS.
    best 2,000
    work one The soil is the home of the would stand, and in fact for results ,
    twice the of at the same time. A favorite jok
    bacteria. j require vegetable IN STOCK. i
    The matter, that it' would be prohtable played on visitors is to give them a
    biggest crop is always grown drink of the weaker the first
    time in region
    following when there has to apply at one a
    a period
    glass and to replace it with the brine
    been reasonable moisture where the normal precipitation was SOAP AND
    a supply of LIGHT HOUSE WASHING
    I in the second. ,
    II I in the soil for some time before the only 20 inches or less. )1NOU Sf
    is When too much vegetable matter is Not more than half a dozen wellsof ;: ucn tnousl
    crop planted. On the other hand
    , I introduced into the soil at one time. this kind are known in the country, Y .
    practically never see a good crop ER
    it makes it loose that too much anis but there is no reason why similar POWDER
    : so
    [ in
    ''I; rowing a soil that has, been sat- .
    wells can not be obtained in regions
    admitted and the soil dries out too
    I urated with (soaked full of) water
    where the waters in the upper strata
    II for some weeks shortly before the quickly.But
    I rop was planted. There are two rca- this is not the only objectioi differ from those lying deeper. SEVEN BIG BARS FOR 25 CENTS.

    ;Ins for this: to applying too much organic matter -

    The bacteria were entirely inactive to a soil at one time. It is also PICICT GflLFORI

    , I uring the saturated condition and wasteful to do so. THE ABOVE ARE OUR SPECIALTIES FOR THE WEEK BUT Wf;
    I he soil was left ii, so compact a con- As this material decays, the nitrogen There will be a basket picnic and ,

    'ition! that the bacteria did not doheir phosphorous and potash it con- political speaking Thomas school HAVE LARGE STOCKS OF EVERYTHING IN THE GROCERY AND FEES I

    1 most effective work, nor can the tains is liberated or reduced to the house on April 22. Everybody cordially LINES. WE SELL WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. RETAIL MERCHANT
    oots> form in which the it. In invited to come and bring well
    of the plants gather as much plant use
    >lant food in a soil in such a condition that form it is easily leached from the filled! baskets. We are expecting all

    i ii, s in a mellow soil. ground, and these is some los in the the county candidates to be here and ELSEWHERE. TURPENTINE AND LIVERY MEN. USING LARGE QUAI\\; '

    I Effects' of Water on Humus form of gas. Hence all that is left in make speeches to the people and may TITIES OF HAY AND GRAIN SHOULD SEE US FOR PRICES. HOTEL
    Water entering the soil in the form that form more than the growing crop have some of the state candidates withus .
    'f also. ;
    rain or snow carries with it am- uses, or practically all, is lost by the

    "onia, and ammonia is largely nitro- leaching and as gas before the succeeding ,H. H. WILLL-\ lS, TRADING WITH US. \ ,

    .I I II I fn. It is estimated that the rainfall crop is far enough advancer J. II, MATTOX,

    .Ii i,I II f a season usually carries into the to u,e it. Snyder found that for every J. C. CREWS Fresh Goods Low Prices Square Dealing Courteous Treatment j

    I oil' ammonia equal to three to eight 23 pounds of nitrogen used by the rommi tpe. ,

    ands of nitrogen per acre. Thistnmonla crops grown en a prairie soil in Minnesota -

    \ I bender j-upphrig nit rorn th're41S lot 150 pounds.! Syrup from the Matthews farm is on YOUNG[ TRADING[ COMPANY !; .F

    -'J a tendency to keep the soil sweet This J:.is probably an unusually sale at A. M. Darby's. If it is not ,

    rs The amount of soil moisture most hrtavy loss but ordinarily there is lost. satisfactory return it and get your

    G, avoraMe to plant growth is about from fertile soil by leaching and a:': money. mm, FLORIDA ( ff -

    as much as it can hold. When gas more than one-half of the nitro'j. You ----- fI *
    get a'l the national
    18 full important y .
    1) of water it is called saturate into .
    .r.e. irn put it either in manure 01 state county news in the Telegraph. lti


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    :. : -pcid'rg! the week-end her" & S
    t+ r z- th gwt: of relatives and friend : tn- ::r"l v.awek: :
    .. :.Mr. Jjolph: Add.son of Jacksonville! ..>. tu.te! : a ff.\', a'':d gate "oH-ra! of \ '-it, if I.
    : vi,it..j hfr': Sjr.daj. .'J .: ,-i-itizi'ra hearty handshake. Mr. 1 D.> Hvk-'of: : Wai.v: ; :.- '.:' i1 e" 1' '
    ".C A large crowd from here .ii :Mo-.j ;
    .Mr. R. Sullivan of I1amptm.'is | atten aairg f'u- rF'n Lavvtty :; Starke Florida !
    }ited relatives and friendhere Tues-;; ; th-- Sunday school anniversary :*t Li- Mr.: yam Rosenberg a: .i --t -r. \1.- I
    day. .l.GSe. Sunda '. This occasion marked Betsev. of Hilliard. were r;e-t- ia-t

    the thirty-third year of this school.! Su-day of their ir..tnt::'. :Mt.erg. :\. :' -- ,
    ;: ;: ::; ;:"(J" ; -.r T:_ ;;"U'"; ]I""'::; ;:"''O"'" .; ::

    transsting : .:;j ert here-ices th have; .ujrr.out been! regjlarly ihi- :tin:,wduct-with: a (' Mr.I.t R. Warre vau I'j-r: r. .. ra'O"__ '{. >. ,. ) '@: !'(>f&@ <:> ::(>WO: : 'f: ;,rJ'Rr :;'''f(>'K'Oi '(>:r (>! @ B-9: (\J

    day. "* A 4lk. lC J kh A _r- -_ aV A L lW_ i aW. B 4 a aluAtk- -i- .. .
    ilr. .fw exentionJr.. II. < P jr.-x-i' hren -:: .tor :o ..b't.1m'ilk !L-'. Tje-;:. W b aV\ f'Jtw.ll
    Joe Raak'ioof .iaeso-.irI;
    ..:. is :, aupifiterd! west (.1'th? ti".e.h'ch : )11'a.i / ? '. .' ;
    visifn her th! := tv- :k.
    ( -- : n'c'JUt- fir the excellent /<.(,- >tar-.t Tue-u'i.v :!! '.a thf I..TV it' II ". H'Jr.:. FC ,..
    A lare party of young folks; gathered ., .
    ,. "'j. Qj.t a: E:1Cl'f-"n!! : d'nrtc'a Mr. ::>ufe Ii.! IlawKi-.-ho h i .: '()fJ:,"". :p"l'i ue: .a-.
    at the home of Mx31.: Prevait
    ,r.fd and all v-.tor: pre- -".* w -:" !leer, ;n crargr of the meal cutting; If'Trade Mark
    Sunday afteir.oo': to enjoy a sing. Registered.PHOSLIME. -1
    -.uted !h'-pua' 1 iy.: dtrarsrat: of the Crackor Six Farm- '.
    P.:\ Coleman wa.caL: -..1 to P.ai '.1 l d
    Thbioolffr i.ail!! '' the r.tiif.'i hire for t"e
    t -ain. h pa-t year a-.d ; .
    Be hard last Wedr.enku 01 :u. jjr.t of tafu: -
    t Auction Sale
    : ir.f Ss.t- "ilrcoker Leaveumier: ihaijrf: "fi'aj.t. half. !. ft Friday for Jacksonville to I IFOR
    urda eralorvice of Bio. Ahi'rez.The : .
    } rar w.- for your home. < H. L'. Sieetz: i.- in good ?:ha,11' v.nrore i:! of the Cracker Six Farm
    1. THe Variety ?ho c--ttage:: pr.%er meeting: for ::;.c-\:
    }) aIr n:) anticipate oEering to pa}' srj\ ).lirkfit: that de"Jr.. .7. .7. Start -
    5ucda;: caft: tce ted at the Fto "'"
    own in Cradfotd. o..r l fii.-t game: "..f iir g w 1 il[ have char;!>: cf the meat cattr.g -
    of Rev.: 1) ; ,
    '! ;. . '; <<> :Sa'y.Junior:
    :><,' season will l Jat Hampton Sat- department here

    S' 44.. .. v !+iav. the Fth. !i Ms>rL.. II. Hill! and E. E. Bur-
    ... HAMPTON. '.., Mi.A.. B. Sra\\'. acconipa.iK-'i by :\ewere transacting buine.i'i ('. E. Program.For CORN

    . .. .. .. .. . ... cpr -o.; and Gaunter: Wuodrow and Starke Tuesday. Sunday. April 'J. at 11 a. I :
    t > : ! : Topic-The hutch a home for our
    Mary pert s'at'arJay ar.d :Sunday at Prof. E. I:. 1'opj.eli: of Lake Hatier. -

    ExGon.rnor'rt!: V/. jiJrhlit ace home of Mr. and MrW.. ('. wa- in Lawtey Tuesday. The pro- soul)>. "PHOSLIME has given better yields on: CORN than

    was visitor here Tuesday.Jr. K-'rce, of the iuilfoid ;section.. j lessor i is one of four candidate.for Text. Acts 1:3133: : -Ruth Richard. "
    J. L. Kelly uf Gainesville: :; spenta Mr. H. P. Gainc-y has added aroth'-r the office of County Superintendent of Song' any other source of Phosphoric Acid.

    day here d-irir.g: the week, renewing Ford to Lrook -r. This make11; automobiles -i Public Instruction, and his: visit to Prayer by Itad"r. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY NOW.

    his acquaintance with friends here. in Brooker to catch for the Lawtey wain the interest of his can Bible leo in concert.
    Mrs A. J. Strickland! formerly of oil wagon. didacy.Mr. !>>-M>n "story page 120: 'Willie :Mae Price F. 0. B. in Bags-
    Hampton, hut now of Lake Geneva, The B.-ook Normal or prepaiatcry Enoch GriiHs; ; was trar.-acting Ca on, Aubrey and Fred.
    i visited friends here dringthe week.T. school i* progressing nicely. The oire.a; in. Starke Tue.iay.Mr : Reference drill-all bring Bible CARLOAD LESS THAN J CARLOAD

    I 3 3I! M. Cauthen, of Waldo was a roll has reached 27 and several more I ) Waldrup, of Lake Butler: was :Memorize Romans 1?:10. S9.0QPerTon. :: $10 Per Ton.

    I tusir.es5'isitol' here Wednesday. are expected soon to take up; the lasttight J in Iawtey the first of the week in thintere.t Mission study !led by superintendent.

    F: Postmaster Bristow of Theresa, : weeks of work. Interest and I of the canning club! work. Sentence prayers. WRITE FOR BOOKLET:

    I vas tra'actir.g business! : here Tues: r-r.ergy i ishown by all of those; atteid.njr. I j' While r.ott completed the telephones Eir.l'

    : day. : and Prof. Shaw haour Kt.Mhe I are in operation in all of the Mizpah. FLORIDA SOFT PHOSPHATE LINE
    !I Mrs. Viola Sutton left for her home -. ::. I hUffines houses;; and a good many f CO. a

    b Tampa Sunday after spending: a :Me.----. B. M. Iiowhrg aid X. I D.tVairwright l dwellings, and it will not \>c tong Uv C. Program.. BOX 462. OCA'LA,
    \vtek with relatives: aid friends heie.lev. .
    were in Brooker Wc- .. / MulLdy left Tuesday: for a day. :March 21nh, asse--inq; ; and col- f! will \1,1' :" co'r.municatlon" with each Meeting; will tot held at the home of
    sanatorium! in J& kson-ile! where he ,, \
    i:ctirg ta\e-
    I other.Straxvberrie. )[r.-. Coleman. .
    ia being treated' for the intestinal :.Ii-s Sarah Jordan, of }Havana. "'. .
    I are still on the mnvp.i Topic What the church experttfrom :
    tree! from v.h.ch: he ha= been .
    suffering '-:'eel the normal Tuesday : --- -- .
    morning.aI : i Seventeen refrigerator car load of its young people.! -
    so much !' x ---------- ------ I
    recently. He has the Mi; rtie Morgan i visitins rel-i : ? 11 -
    j IT.'t crates each were shipped from Text Psalms! 4:1-12-Thebna Bail
    sympathy of a host of friends who ..rarene.r: Stark1. :
    I Lawtey last w ek. \besides;; some ope-j e)'.
    hope for hispeedy r.'covet\'. M/. C'. F. Wil-o.
    our former
    corpordeit cxpres- and ;several refrigerator knx- song. ;
    .. The Crooner ball team will play wi-hc to 5ay to the read-i i i es daily. Monday and Tuesday of tni-! Bible lessen read by all. !

    ., Hampton or. the Hampton diamond, _:'- of the Telegraph that he has !beep r |i week I'JLar> were Chipped, b.-de-! Sea>on of prayer. I .

    Saturday: Ap-i! ;,.!', beginning at :';o .;. ry -'.'('cr!;;-fun i.. destroyi"g! th rat: .wei-ol refr'Te-ator boxe.andfc.tm( :Memorize Romans 1' :1 =_'. ,

    I\ t,. y the u.if The dramatic dub will produce the ; ,: of the J"uniineiv.: main. .d' Quotatiuafrom! !;iterature-Hur! : : .j.jI

    stage pay! "Little Buckshot; Thursday ; Mr. Fred Scott and Col. W. T. I] Mr. Janv.Shepar.j waa visit:: i ;', Bennett.
    4 April 1'rth. at the Masonic! Hall. ..V..fkw*>v i ir. Croaker l lat weei!: J::'Ik-r.vHe! Sat'.rday. .Journey! tF'igh' Ephe-i.n-EIl., .

    We are womWmg i if there i U such hpknif! hardAth\ their r'any "rifr.'l 1. worth HarT'.".. : : A.'t
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    I f n disease known to the medical profession Mr. O. D. Hazen. who is atendin Refi.nie tCLASSIFIED I.\ 'H; -GrinIie: -. ftl, 4, .
    Rt.nr'rrbcr the ruction sJ.l !h :;'
    as Candidateiti.and if r.t t :
    t is it
    so .!''JOI :it the Fl'jilda! Lnty"rsLy. wa- Iu."i:1: e:;. .
    ctitatjious? ;:'Vriiety Shop Saturday. .. ;
    :.ttrfthe first To .
    part of the week "istbgJ'f : : ..er-'t.! :" I Y

    ; : : ;. ;., :. ..- :.> :.. ... ., i. .,. .:, r tatives.iii-- --:-:-,, 1na.---.-. i.'Si1hn.. -. .. --..-, L;. :-;'It.-.nirtr.'-"-!'''- j I I.. . !. .. .. IT .. .. -. .. I t.i. ... ...--P-1.--.. .J.,1-.. ..-.-A.A.i.---. .--r-l-il. lV .... When you Want a Mule Horse ; !
    I T- T T -rt - - - - - -
    chool! I ike ... I
    tt "r, \ as ir. Crook- v

    r : IIiGIII.A D. 4tl r visiting Satuiday.Mi i : LAKE IGTLER.i ; I:. : + t

    'I .. ,.- Edyth Crosby left for Clayno ADVERTISING Buggy Wagon Set of Hari i
    If ,": n.:. :. .. ,.. \. nhere sh I. . : + or ; a ,
    .4 y : : : : : Uorday afternoon will ri | + + + + + 43' + + + + + + + + + + .
    Mrs. Bailey L rte and two children i: the family of Mr. and Mr?. II. S I| Mr. Perry: Psi\'r-r. .pent SuiUjay and; 1-:

    t : arrived Wednesday: for a visit with \\'arrent j j Monday in Jackonv.lle.I For Sale or Exchanqe ness come to see us. : I'
    F'e I Mrs. David La.cr.Miss Mrs. :Mar'orHte! of rear Wade I Morrison and littU- su.i. ',f ,

    Arr.ie Hudson returned home i- j.re'i itir.g Her mother, :Mrs. .\. A. :Hawthorne, who have Uenp''rdu:!r FOR :S.-\LE-Piai1J in good order 512.: :> 1 f fI

    R Wednesday, z.ftr !spendingeveral I!:lz-n. j I i -everal days with heriter.. MrA.. Geo.. E. _Andreu. Starke.10.5t.::: I iI :i-
    -- -- ----- --- ir
    t. Mr. I). W. I'mhoNter! vaattPTdin F'. Strickland returned h'Jmtia"t .
    days with relative! in ,Iackonville..Mr. : "j FOR SALE-Tomato plants, ?2 per 'I
    J. R. I'adjrm. iepre-entir? the Vj bus fines, here Tuesday. :Momlay.I 1,000.\ E. G.J\\;!!, Hampton Fla. We buy in car lots and Ts'ive t

    J,t Ftrirffellow.! I'adsrrtt & ('n.. of Jack- MrF.. M. I'as.-'avant received a ,I Mr:;: J. f). Tnrrcl and! childrn! ->f : .:?4.5t. l

    Hlm'me.1'; a bu'-ir.(-<1 s visitor: here legram; announcing the death of her Jack.-on\ille are spending a few days --- -- customers the benefit'of I ; ,
    W<-de.fay.Mrs. hu-Lapit' whim occurred at Tarr.picu, with Mr. ar.d :'-11'.-. J. I:. Tern-!, of thi.city. .- ]FOR SALE-Nice yours black mar ': .

    I II. ('. Wimlorlypfont Wednesday Mexico, last Friday. Mr.Pasavant; \\'mit', oM cheap.: Sam Roser.berjr.:,' the lowest prices. :' :

    in the metropolishopping.: .' 't :Sur.dav fr }'ittslr !rg to attend '.. We are eLd :G "ay that Mr. Arthur Cash: )Departrr.ir.t Store, Starke. | >'. *;*

    err. Geo. Wilkinson; ptnt Sunday hf-l funeral. The !body w.o shipped Dekle. who sometime ago brok"hi- : -l'j'-tf. j :
    with frierdat Raifoid. from MPX.COia; N>w Orleans W
    Misspne= lt'ilinson!! came from .irder-tard that :'11'. Pa::.=uvant '.vaivcider.tal.y :.". '. '.r rntciteWe hope that FOR' SALE-Comfortable house with ?I j
    up : !.iilf'd i M:'. !>.-k'' vi'on"! ho aMe: I eight room and: bath and 5:4 acrr
    I'nwfcer wh-'r- :-h? attending i ,v n-<:l'hjwry at are > f.; l-.y; '
    normal ; v' ',. lot in Hamptor. Reasonafle '. j. W. Andrews &! Son
    'a-! tern
    school. Friday andi..;!tcd her :.': oil! ph"1: t ut'h aui hir. f ,,:(-.
    3rent;!. .-: 'rvii- :Aoreondjften at F D"da: ,: n'(-"'. Write Mrs. Annie E. Young 1Ian:')- l-

    %. era Si>t-t-,> .j] ,' the ''ec""(r v- rr.-h! t.. that ton Fla. :{--t: !
    J Dr. J. C. Kelly! of Gainesville! ,, candidate (r : -.y t.i!: Sunday aA. ;''- ry .iy I IA
    for state superintendent of IubIc .> .i i iI! attelied.Re 1! :Mi.:i. M. Pance.' i!i- a.iA.; i nut ]PLANTS-Be-t varlotirtomato apoppf -H

    instruction was a pleasant visitor .\. J. I'inho-t! 1 h"v: ; : y:. }+'i)" : :i sj."l'lY r ,.fY r''. .' pats! :S':2. per 1 OIHI dnl'! ,"nt. i

    here Monday. ;irk rcr th,: past fw d;,;y.-. !.::t ";. M1.!: .A. I;. Wa't. "...rpre:-- a:(.',ti. Aftt".Afnl 10 on'p'r'! .".'''. .

    I Miss Ethd: Ruks and Mr. Max Wmv .i! are in hopes that he will! soon i-e .- C". '-if -:,:';; 1'ft. hut ;U rapidly! !! :>i- Swiewtato p'a.itt! ; a -petmU LIFE SAVING BRICK ;

    1' Lt:llt.'r vi.itorto Green ('0\'(' able to he a Jut. f'i"! r. fjopp to .-"" him hark 2* *he W. P. Pitt.-. frumpior. Fla.! 1". ;"

    I Springs Sunday. Mcs.-r.. Percy :McLod.: Alger Tho- ,(t ;.1.I job =uon.j : '.
    /.f ,{ Mrs Henry J. Taylor left Friday :nas ard Mi50L'la and "ir.do: j Mr.Se<- er Kirtr and nephew, lit- Lost and FoundLOST -KM arts=:-.; :Jr--X$e.-:.t ,
    The -,d Allio!! rte S peht'r.'no have been aa7tlrsz4VGCJfi1IAC. ; i
    for Wd lborr> to visit her daughter, maa JIrLeodpent the spending L "!::"C y sc-:;-'cx
    wv-'k-c-id: home. ? "er\1 l days in Starke. -'n; >!ij watih fob with ir.i.ia: 13 JU4:7Z4t.-'1:4RA171r :
    e Mrs.I James Sinckiar.d. at returr.f to .vo.ZR za l ,.E... ;.$ .
    Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Staihi.j.i'ted! Mr. A. B. Sunency and daught,-r. their hcme'Tted1: '. reporting a fine "Xrl"d upon it. Reward

    fricrdj at Starke :Sur.;
    (;I. Wiihnon and MavWimborly :r.d family! : Saturday: und :Sr Iay. Mr.[ Hubert Edward -pent Saturday I h .- Ir.5 4.ri stardar+ tareLles '

    I motored to' I.a\\'te:: Saturday A lattle-nake. measuring t .' fc:-t injlirpth n Gainesville.Mr, | FOUNI>-Sov -hote \ hplit in I.a tiav. teen

    night. :' and 1ft inches i h i cuivun'fcr- : right: ear, no ether mark. Owner J tdat-I.d' d mJ to Our.n.sr u : addonee c
    ;r Some small hut much race, was killed I Iy lira Z '). I.yn.i i in I
    appreciated King Entertain*. can get same by calling!: and d .' cribir.jr i.
    1: flowers fell here and New River swatin ]last \\'pk. :Mr.i We
    Sunday night Last Th.mdathe home of :Mrs. and paving a reasonable charge. ra nms mane im- :;
    Ir i Lynn presented the '.! the m..t."tonipm..nt c> ai:
    rat ? :
    Monday morning.Strawberries Seeber King;: was fiilled with joy and :! Progress Farm Saxton, Fla., Wm. the ...:..onabe: (1"11
    are moving from herein : l-il. '. gladness from three clock to six, as j i Bray. 3-31-3t. ,....1.

    large quantities now averaging almost she -- I.
    had invited the ladies Jof the j -- ------ SPED POTATOESSp.j'jar'
    a hundred crates a day. I !. !' !' !' '!o ;. ;. ;. f Woodmen Circle there. Pills Best For Liver. ,
    9 ; .
    No. t Rcxe.BhM.
    I R The Because they contain the best I liver ffl etaiT I a I
    Circle's colors were used for ( eR tvJVl4 Iea'ae IWld Early Red Tn- t.::'
    AtirKS m tfKK
    If you need a bed, chair stove bureau 'i! LA\\IEY. '! decoration. The main feature of the | medicines, no' matter how bitter or :> I \ /iteiTmri+mju/oo fog. ompn. Seed Pf nnU. ,
    or anything in dishes for 1'; <* afternoon nauseating for the sweet sugar coating I ,
    your ;: being a T contest also a | a No. t North Carolina
    -!' !' !' ; !' y !> ;. $ !> i hides the taste. Dr. New
    house buy it at the Auction Sale Sat sentence building with word' King's WHAT OTHERS SAY and the SmaH Spanish
    s urday. The Variety Shop. Major and Mrs. A. M. Van Dyke beginning with T. every ;.. Life Pills contain ingredients that put t have used TOOT MEDICATED SALT Tv. i'rop.M .
    c- 1 II have with them for a visit at Lo anti i Mrs. J. E. the liver working, move the bowels BRICK for the put few month and find It 1
    I won the prize in convenient to give BO ...... ?! ('om. !II ilIl't. Sorghum.
    practicalIneiptruira !
    <:'\ $,'> .a/' Lodge their nephew, Mr. Ingle Williams contest and Mrs. D. W. Brown won the;1 I freely. No gripe, no nausea, aid di- and. I believe It to be the very/' l Beltgatweed. Sa.b f ,

    6, I Bcrr. of Cincinnati Ohio. J Ir. prize for writing the longest sentence I j lgestion.: Just try a bottle of Dr. best stock Stock men who Remedy have I ever o ed. Several l lira**. Rhodes Gra..a
    tried the brick
    BROOKER. Barr has boon spending several weeks After enjoying music for a while 'I j!i King's New Life Pills and notice how hl&hl1 pleued with the wait, are ChuT*&. fu-.r Corn. y'

    p I Ii -at Palm Beach. all were invited into the dining room :', much better you feel. 25c at drug- Ceattals Uo. Sept, Ip j lm.P.ODDT. Velt Beans, I'pianii '-
    > '!' 44e :. 'aa )4 ?- '\. I Mayor W. F. Godwin and family\ where a lovely ; gists. ((2) and ;txiwland Fad Kicr.T \t
    spread of delicious ., Sold bj J. W, White A Son. Newell B. Hull.
    M. W. Lodge Organized. were visitors: to Starke last Thurs"- dainties were spread. Every one pronounce I i-I J.:_C. Manning. L D R jlliter. W. G. Broo: sikYoi B>* t') Plaiu-Llvinr- t.

    Mr. J. D. Knox district deputy of: i cay..j ? :Mrs. King a most excellent: I;t Catarrh Cannot Be Cured I II t ton; B aot7 and the '1
    the Modem Woodman of America '| Mr. E. J. Roberts hostess. I i Fanuu: J.hn Barr. 't
    .j was a visitor tp with LOCAL APPLICATION'S, as they
    presided at the organization of the i i Jacksonville: the first of the week. <:I cannot reach the seat ot the disease. Ca I Wn' us for weekly
    local lodge here, which or a'lized"ith tarrh Is a blood or constitutional disease pries : st on }'i..1 Sad.I .
    ; 19 charter members. i( Mr. H. C. Richard: of Starke. was a Christian Church. .', and in order to cure it you must take In Gr>. .. Poultry F vd anJ
    visitor to Lawtey one last ternal remedies. Hall's: Catarrh Cure it I Sup < Our da
    t day week. Mrs. Coleman : u8. rip-
    ( Rev taken
    The following officers were elected. accompanied internally and acts directly upon
    for the Mr. J. H. :Moors was visitor to Coleman to Starke last Sunday and :, the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's r live 'j ukKUra! fn* on
    year: 1 I' Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It : r.,"'of.t.
    Stark: last the services CHEEKNLALSOJFFEF.S
    Thursday.Mr. .
    I were of good interest and I
    Co\sl Commander I.V.. Pirhol- : was rrescrib: by one of the best phy-
    r X. Levis, of Gainesville wa Stra a fine attendant: at night: considering eiders in this: country for years and is I .M'NT PATSY
    stt'r.Advi.rr. a regular prescription.! It is composed o!
    : M. Matheny.: ::actipg business; in Lantey: or.e the threatening weather. .' the best tonics known combined with ths! |i I'LTRY I MSHf ''L }
    i Clerk J. L. Sh-iver.; :lay last week. Next Sunday ithe regular time best blood gunners acting directly! on th'i i .e I- .
    for mucous surfaces. The perfect Q1I.1 your bens Ia1
    f' Bar.k r, G. 15. Col -o:!. Mr. Lid Mrs. W. E. Torode wer oreachirg at Raiford. and the lion of the two ingredients is COmbna-1 I ; r p
    Escort M E. Cone. 5hcppir.g: in Jacksonville Tuesdiy. I'I'I'i es will be held both forenoon and 1 ; duces such wonderful results in curing ii

    \ Sentry, 15- R. Drovm.Tru Mrs. A. A. Smith is sper.dine a few- ir.terest: should at the be usual hour Special 1 F.catarrh.J. CHENEY Send for& CO.testimonials. Props., ,Toledo.frees O.I I .Best Ev '''EA MjRTIN SEED C
    I manifested in these By Test .
    :' >. ;. D. Baxter, J. I. Shaw/ days with relatives in Gainesville! th isscrvi Sold by Druggists price 'Tic i JACK.ONVfl.LEFLORIOA.

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