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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 14, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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, Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75 Cents. Payable In Advance. E. Matthews, Edit .r and Proprietor.

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i VILLA STILL AT POLITICAL PICNICS PROPERTY OWN-% CANDIDATES OF COUNTY COURT BUSY I MINUTE! OF LAST '


Dates on Which the CandidatesWill Several Cases Tried and AI'' I

LARGE, FLEEING Address Voters. ERSWANTPAVEMENTEXTENDED- COUNTY GATHER Found Guilty. MEETliG OF CO.


When the county democratic execu County Judge Geo. A. Gardiner and !j
COMPIISSIONERSLAWTEYHRHLAND
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LAWTEY
U. S. SOLDIERSlir! e committee met March 1, among Sheriff S. IJ. Denmark) have been kept 'I
lou of late criminals
er matters transacted was the fix- y arresting anu
I of the dates for political picnics. ,I I trying them.
The dates were published in the Telegraph Last Thursday I.V.. Hall, colored,
BOY SCOUTS GRANTED USE SEVERAL CANDIDATES FOR ROAD
SOLDIERS SUFFER FROM I If of March :3, but we give them I of Lake Butler, was tried for selling

f TARDY COMMUNICATIONS below, as they seem to have been forgotten OF UPPER STORY CITY HALL STATE OFFICES PRESENT liquor. He pleaded! not guilty and RUN PARALLEL WITH S.A.L.
. : judging from the many inquiries the following were sworn in as jurymen i :
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to the dates which we havehad to decide! the case: MessrsV..
. 100 Miles From Border and Still Determined recently as : Time For Payment of City Taxes Extended (Observance) of Easter Sunday Will !?' Wainright, foreman, T. X. Kendrick. ,I Board Adusid 'irfiat It Was Unlawful

: to Find the Noted I iwtey picnic was held April 8th. to May Ibt-Council Attend Made at the M. K.: Church- J. P. Hall. 11. Austin, A. L. Alvarez lo Purchase in_ Bradford

: Bandit Chief. Lake Butler picnic will be held tomorrow to Usual Routine. Other Law ley Items. J. F. Kickliter. The testimony I County FAr 4.: Association.
I April 15th. showed conclusively that defendant. -i-----
Palestine: (Thomas school house), was frailty, and the judge sentenced ,
i News: from our expeditionary forces April :2nd.Ihooker: The city council met in regular session Last: Saturday was candidates' day him to a tine of ?100 and costs, or (' The Board: of Bounty Commissioners;
' in Mexico i is scarce and not very en- I April :!:Jth. April 4th, 101(5(;, with the following: in Lawtey, and there were some candidates months in the /gang. Lack of the of Bradford Coty, : met at the Court
: couraging. The daily papers manageto Starke, May Cth. memliors present: E. S. Matthews, here, too. Beginning Friday wherewithal compelled the prisoner to House Monday :'ipril :Jrd, 1916 at 9:30a. l
. dish up the amount that is expected I l'ro'idl'nIav IHth. chairman; J. W. White, J. W. Andrews, v -('iiing they "kept a coming until: work for the interest of good roads. m., and calle.rto order by chairmanJ.

. from them, but it is evident that Hampton, :\Iay'Oth.: Jr. Saturday' evening, and as neare On the same day Arthur Jackson,. IS. Crewsviti all members present,
;, much of it is manufcatured in El Paso. Iaifordlay:: :27th. Minutes of last meeting were read I can calculate, every candidate that can I colored, of Lake Butler, was tried for to-wit: A. II. \r :lilms, D. W. Pinhol- ,
But it is known that Villa always Worthington, June 3rd. and approved. be \Ot( (1 for in this district was pas-' liquor selling. He pleaded not guilty,, stor, S. T. I'owyng and J. L. Under-

! keeps ahead of his pursuers and that Since the meeting of the committee A petition was presented by prop ert, except Tuck Dowling, who i i.-' a i but the same jury as in the precedingcase bill. I a
J our boys now are 400 miles into the three new election districts have erty owners on Call street, asking that candidate for re-election in this: co'mty adjudged him guilty as charged: Minutes of !lp'.t meeting read and

I Mexican deserts. Unpatriotic persons been formed, namely, New River, Graham paving be extended! two !blocks farther, commissioners'; district. and Judge Gardiner sentenced hint to approved.
1 would call the expedition a wild goose and Thoressa. If any or all ofthose east than the present plans call for. lion. F.1.. Hudson, one of about a a fine of $100 and costs or <> monthsin Petition presented to the board I
chase, but the true patriot always sees' now districts desire to have political The petitio.i was filed for future half- Villa just beyond the next corner and picnics it is not yet known, but consideration, as the council will be was also on hand, and made a short I with the outcome of the trial, I the board to pce upon the pauper
that another march will be sufficient if they do, the Telegraph will givethe I unable to take action on same at the address to the large crowd of citizens I and through his attorney, Joe IIil I roll and ass -;tar.Ae be given to the two
to catch him. The following dispatchis dates in due time. present time.Ordinance. who were present. Mr. Hudson already Williams, Esq., made motion for a Newmans (iiillfl was again taken
to the point: No. 83 was presented and[I had a goodly number of supporters trial in the cir 'uit court. Supersede: ; up. After the ;report of committee
EL PASO- April f.-Five hundred BILLY PARKER. by unanimous consent placed on first in this vicinity, and the few bond was fixed in the sum of $200.: appointed to investigated same, upon '
Carranza soldiers that have been with- reading. planks in his platform which he explained Robert Carr, colored, had been hired motion of Commissioner Underhill! it '

drawn from the chase; after Villa, Billy Parker, the noted speaker, l lectured Ordinance was read the first time by has set many more to think by Mr. Leonard Capp, of Kaiford, to was ordered thai their names be plac- .1
were brought into Juarez some time in Starke on three different days its title only. Upon motion the rules, ing. pick strawberries. lie was given a ed upon roll am** further ordered that
during last night under cover of dark- -Friday and Saturday nights at thecourt were waived and the ordinance was lions. A. Andiews and W. E. Mid place to sleep at and a good bed. Hob L $2.00 per montl" be appropriated for :
ness. The reason for the return of house, Sunday forenoon at the passed to second reading. dleton were each explaining to the thought the bed too good: to sleep in I, each of said chi'jiren. -;}
these troops is not known. Latest reports Christian church, and Sunday afternoon Ordinance No. 83 was read the sec voters here why he should be nomi and took the olankets and some oth The name of I*'m Smith by order of :-
from the south indicate that Villa and evening at the court house ond time by its title. nated to the state senate from Brad er things and skipped out to Jacksonville L the board was c/opped from the pau- -.
has gained on his pursuers. Wednesday again. His theme was the usual one, Upon motion the rules were further ford county, and so on down the line. where Sheriff Denmark caught per roll. '. .5
morning he was at Soucillo, the real or imaginary political ascendance waived and the ordinance was passed I). F. McDonald, the poetic candidate him. At the trial he pleaded not guil-[ Bill presented'"or $Ii.OO: for general -1
which is one hundred miles southeast of the Catholics, and it was to third reading.The from Lake Butler; W. (',. Seals, oIl f ty but the jury in the case fastened expenses of A. jf. Braiden, upon mo'f
of Chihuahua City, according to Mexican plain that he favored having Sydney ordinance was read the third Hampton; A. S. Crews and Joe Iii 1 the crime upon him after hearing the tion $7.50 orderetl 1 paid. f' I
reports which give the additional J. Catts elected governor of Florida. time in full and put upon its passage.E Williams, of Starke; and E. L. Crosby testimony. He was fined $2:> and costs Upon motion knd second the name :
information that Villa and a picked lr. Parker came to Starke unannounced The roll was called and the vote was for representative in the legislature L- or 90 days in the gang. lie is now assisting ;- of Leonard Altijan was placed upon
!. band of a few faithful followers were and therefore, had few hearers to recorded as follows: ; George A. Gardiner and Thos E.: in ditching the public road I the pauper roll jid ordered paid $2.00
riding hard on selected mounts. Bet begin with, though larger audiences per month. )
hind these fugitives are two troops of .I later greeted the forceful speaker. (Continued on Page 11.) (Continued on Page 11.) (Continued on Page 11.) Bond of A. C, Crews for Justice ot

i the Seventh cavalry that are endeavoring II I the Peace of tilt':11 th election district
t to keep up with the bandit, but presented and! ajtoroved.Bonds 1

the jaded horses; of the Americans are CROWN PRINCE'S SUPREME EFFORT AMERICAN NAVY ALMOST WORTH.I of A. !;. Adkins and N. D.
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I unequal to the task. The pursuit has Wainwright fort Notary Public prt .J
i now carried the United States expedition seated and appnyed.
1 three hundred miles as the crow I W. P. Pittsv'is authorized by the

j l flies Mexico.from Every the loa;;mile(' at of Columbus the advance, Now I. AGAINST VERDUN HAS FALLEN FLAT LESSFORDEFENSEOFTHECOUNTRY from hoard to rrpaiipublic road leading

Hampton Jo Santa Fe River.
J adds to the danger to the invading .
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troops owing to the thin lines of com
munication. STRAWBERRY MOVEMENT. Terrific Wastage Men Failedto Coast Would Be at Mercy of MAY PROBE BORDER RAID I and Petition others: signed, whi! h by reads B. L.as Blanchard follows:

infantrymen The cavalry, has calling always them ridiculed"douhboys" the Take Verdun For the Any Hostile Warships and II I J.I We the undersized citizens and taxpayers : m

: Unfavorable Weather Cutting War Department Plans Inquiry : request 5jiat permission legrantl'd
and "grasshoppers, but it looksas Kaiser. Troops Land at Will.
then ti
if the cavalry, after a few moremarches Down the Quantity.The Into Columbus Attack. change the public
road from itpifsent location known
will also be dismounted. The I
subjoined dispatch i is typical of manyto I WILL DIGl FORTRENCH i iI I LACKING IN STRAT- as the Lawtey :-ij.d Highland road sos
th. same effect: wwk ending Wednesday evening The war department is preparing to a to run peralill with the SeaboardAir

COI.Umm1.., April 0.-Tains i ha. been no more: favorable for WARFARE i I EGICAL METHODS make an official it.quiry into the cir- Line R.-.ilj-.J.d! at a point near -
of the hardships of the American foldiers -I I the growth of strawberry plant.than I i! I cunibtances under which the Thirteenthcavalry vhf-re it loav.lie town of Lawtey
who are pursuing Villa on the '' prt''e.in'I'l'! / \..'". All day Sunday a | i I under Col. Slocum, was sur. limits on the \f'|th until it again intersects -
desert I' strong, cold\ westerly wind blew, and pri"'l" by Villa raiders in Columbus with tlf'main road
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and through the mountains of | Assault! Made Sunday Was One of (thc Inefficiency of Naty Pointed Out by near corner -
Monday morning a light frost was S'. M. This effort determine of H. 15. Collins
Chihuahua were brought here today to the iiroii-rryif. a ..
by .arrivals on the truck train which 1 seen in several places." The drouth! I Meatiest Struck By Germans; in the I I'ardmiral Bradley; A. Fiskc, in true facts will not I.e made until after distance of al..>ui one-half mile. The

had carried supplies to Colonel Dodd's the cold! and th' insects have greatly! I'! l'resentVar Some Think it Will! I i 1 Paper Head Before Navy League-- the American troops return from I reason this ( hrtup-e is i asked for, that

command. I docs cut down not the. berry supply] and if rain Mark the Close! of the Campaign L I j, New York Banker Recommends Increa the punitive expedition into :Mexico through lands owned by several different -
J Far from being the smart (': 'onH'l ry soon shipments j While the war department will not !people. soe d thc m l ling nonresidents -
will cease almost entirely.i I Against Verdun.. of the Income
'e Tax, Etc.
men, who three weeks ago: : l\'alt'Y-1 discuss the reports received from the and l.v* making this changeit
to Mexico, the soldieis" shoes The shipments for the week and the border will
I it is understood that lack of r not interfere with any ones
by sharp stones on the mountains and I prices I were as follows: vigilance and of the and il!
precaution property make
their uniforms Thursday, r.OO I.u>'hc\\;;. Prices" 1.50; PARIS, April( 11.-The German L Lcrown I WASHINGTON) .-\prill-I.ark oflogical commanding nearly a
torn by brush are wearing officers is charged. In fact straight road mil will
connect to the
to ?j prince's supreme effort( for the method in the development of
3 clothing sandals made of cowhide and such Friday, r.li 1 bushelsl} to *t'.. capture of Verdun, as the military observers the American navy was deplored by ranchmen have written to Secretary rr main road on >('(?ion lines. After being -
boltaine!
as can from natives of War liaker declaring that considered !b* the hoar.
they !
Saturday. 4i3(;: bushels; $ 1 to $Ij. characterize the operations; Kear Admiral Bradley A. Fi ,ke, U. S. I upon mo-
declare.
they
J It is also that Moiidiy12i ti; !bu.-hels; .'? 1 to $.">. which began on Sunday to the west of I :;., in a paper on "Naval Strategy" warned the American troops of the tion and second"! the location as set
assorted Colonel :\' nearness of Villa and! his men but that forth in petitinivas and it
the granted
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Meuse is
spending itself presented at today's session of the
DOlh '.-; command had lost Tuesday ;:1! bu>hels. The prices against: annual I
so many horses the stout and i.o extra patrols were put out. was further irJicd that said work -
in the took an upward tendency, and while intelligent defense of the convention of the Navy League
relentless\ I
bandit chief pursuit of the !i o lily S l."iO; were piid for poor grades French. the United States. The admiral did It was planned to l begin the inquiry I in making sale:
men were without that mount fully half of the I the best sold at S.jO; ;:; per bushel. j The observers} point out that when I I ,iot appear in person, his paper l.ei : I immediately after the attack, hut then without any exprnse to theCounty. ;.

On account of the wretched I \CI1.a\( !: 1-.:) bushels; $i r to $n.7.: thassailant realizes that he has fail- rir.d by a ddate. J ; ,
com jed to attain his \ ( Continued on Page :.1) Petition Fiiri.vj J. F'. .
munications. which are I by auto trucks I -- -- --- objective, he invar- "In elementary parts of the naval 1 by Summers
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and mule drawn over j iiibiv delivers an extended assault with I profession," said the paper, "we I --------- an.thers asking the board for a J'
l rough ground wagons the soldier;samlya".I allI'; CERANY DENY : great violence before lapsing into norma ..1"'er well. But of the higher change in the V.'iil- rouclluIingfrom!
MEN% NABBED
their horses cannot receive sufficient: ,t treiu-h} warfare. Such was: theirrcat branches, particularly of strategy, we j::4 Providence to tie Sum ers bridge
supplies. Carranza has not yet allowed German; attack during tho battle I hnve little clear conception. If we ." ;;-'ross Olustcp 'ivr-k. ALSo petition I --
the u army, and te more men put in the 'I" f-.re tho !battle ended. The first::: !j i ; by, say Germany and us. we are :, % asking! the 1 oanl not to grant said j
field the less effective will bo the Fivnch )battle' in Champagne on March I j f'.reed to admit that the German; ineth-i INNEYYORKONI I I change.: Upon nation and! second the ,
ly'. l'i.! also dosed! with oils .'"I? .tion 11, aid
transportation.: Tint the advamo.guards SEX DISASTER a violent as-j I'' are better adapted! to protlurf'tl'op.c.mically I r'ui".ruj public road was
sult.! I II these operations the assailants nafittt',1 r'fu"l'<< *
of our soldier! are penetrating a to contend BOMB CHARGES I Ii
a region uhcre no supplies! may '>o expected hope to surprise the defender! by j! ;iiccessfiilly in war against an enemy. Petition irnt'I ;hy T. J. Dokle and
from the country i is r-vident! : ::-iii-vpix-ted, ftfort. [i In! Germany; the development of the others to clung.! or fctraightnn the
from the following\ which hears the} '!STEAMERS ENGLISHMANAND Genera; : Potain, the French comman-l I navy has l.een strictly along the line.-i[ public road '*ron< the end of G. B.
stamp r.f truth: I df'r! at Vardun, was not caught nap- j (.f a method carefully devised! before GERMA JS TAKEN INTO CUSTODY (>oodman.land! JJ the new !five mile
"Repeated intimations that thi'UI' EAGLE POINT SUNK ping but foresaw the possibility of the I.', hand; in our country no method!, at : school house, di;.:' ince to !I'*> changed
ply situation had! reached! an acute- I mo\".' nnd straightened and strength-1! lea-st no logical method, whatever i is: j jI !i BY FEDERAL AGENTS about onf-qjaiti'J of a mile. Tho

stage hive rl''liwtstro1\ suppoit by I .\Aileju-d! to I Have Tried t to K 1 ene.l! his line in anticipation of it! I I apparent." I i|i I board after cOIIdeting': the petition,
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The !
the statements i 'adby I soldiers r.1 >cape battle continues, but with a per- i Comparing the American navy with|' Men Accused of Implication in FiresDiscotercd upon motion *J1! second, petition I S
turning from the front and I by references :j TiJllt'II'd for Withdrawal i' ('('}ltiI.t'! dwindling! of its violence. The !i that of England, Admiral Fi>.ko de- granted to OJX-H iind pla<:<' same in
in letters received here i by rela : Of Tho.hoard.. '! French commander's plan is to engage1' i-Iarod that it was a "coherent policy: on Several Ships Sailing good traveling "idition, without any

lives of the officers! and men in Goifral :I the least possible number of men so ; of development and wisdom of strategy From American Port. (:pens? to till county.! \ S
Pershing's advance columns. jas to retain the maximum number of established which more than any State pens-ion ?aim filed by Mrs.
"The question of adequate clothing' r.iiu.ixpiil: 12.: -Geimany's; note formations for the ulterior operations j other factor has made Great; Britain Samantha !li--j approved.
for the American soldiers! appear. to denying! that the ihannel steamer .- tis- which are to bo ertered upon at a L !: the mistress of the seas and I almost I NEW YORK, April 12.-Four mencharged I The bills j'lr balding inquest over .
I'e becoming as urgent as that of the 'l'Xas attacked. by a German; submarine ii'omfT.t which he will eon ill -r opportune the] mistress; of tho world." j I with complicity in manufacturing -i the hotly of Ira ::-.lIillt at Dukes Sta-
food.! Stories from the front of the has !been forwarded to Wash- and which will probably be dMcidrd I Admiral Fiske pointed out that in j bombs which were placed on I jj j tion, upon II 01 i. / and second! pay-
expedients adopted by the troopers to. i ii'gton by Ambassador (; 'iard. The upon by him when he considers'' this country Congress alone decides: |j board ships; carrying munitions and I meat rcfuw-d.
repair worn out earmonts. especially communication signed by (;ottlil'l, von that the Germans; have waited all the i what vessels) shall be ]built and how: I Inp' supplies to th" entente allies were ar- j Bill of A.-le} ty.sinfectant Co., for
gives sharp point to this prob\; Jagow says" however that the steamers men thy are willing to sacrifice. ;! \' olKcers: and men shall: wear the : rested! here tonight by agents of the" ?:20i:! ; upon m J ion laid over until
lem. Engli.-hman ard Eagle Point were The German; assault on the defenses !I uniform. "It i is tru," ho ::,j.l, "that department of justice: acting in (eon next mer-ting of VIe hoard.

"But the plight of the American ol- : sunk by U: boats after they had attempted of Verdun still i is centered on the all- j i try consult: the report of the Scf"1ary of cert the with the New York police. Three I| The ('olll'ct'o"f taxes for 1913! t
dlf-rS fades into insignificance when I to escape and time was allowed important key position of Dead )Iar.':; of the Navy, and ak the on1-1\! suspects are employes of Ger- upon motion :nd .cond. was extended
fnmpared with the stories rei.-hinj- for the withdrawal of those aboard. hill, west of the Meuse. Advancing :; ions of some naval officers. And I the: |1 man steamship lines. They are accu'd ,, until first of hl1.1l1i.: .
"ere through :Mexican: sources of the : The investigation covering the from Corboaux wood. the German? )la<:t advice! of these naval officers is not "0 \ ; of having been involved with Upon motioi arl second J. B. Do'i
Sussex : j others not i .
in of
desperate conditions prevailing among : case, says the note, was extended: nisht! gained a few elements of French valuable possibly as it might bo, for | yet custody fomenting: ling was allowed) t'jne of the convictsto J ;
a plot, in its ramifications
the peons in the bandit ravaged regions -M to all actions undertaken on March trenches. Otherwise the French war the reason that it is really irresponsible -t for the widespread destruction of merchantmen, do the cockingfor the camp. The .j
of southern Chihuahua and Du.l:: 4. the date of the Sussex disaster, in' office anonunces they were beaten back since the advisers; themselves know The said J. B. Dowlim to pay for the hire :. .
Tango t ward which Villa is heading. I the channel between Folkstone and i' with heavy losses. that it will not be taken seriously." men under arrest are: of said cook t') th< County. t *'"
ft is said that the unfortunate people Dieppe. One steamer was sunk the In the'sector between Dououmont "If a Japanese, fleet convoying troop Ernest Becker, Capt. Charles von The death cf :Mis. J. B. Wasdin reported !
In the district around Torreon, where : I commander of the German submarine', 'jam! Caux, which has relatively the j transports should appear off the coa"tl I Kleist, Capt. Otto Wolpert, and Capt to the Ivtird and her name _,
Canu Cano is upholding the cause of I reaching the definite conclusion that :same:: strategic importance eat of theMeuse of California. or adiacent Mexico, with Enno Bode. dropped from the 'auper roll. -I
Villa) by- wholesale looting and murder, i it was a war vessel. A sketch of this I the Germans also renewed the the command that we abandon our I Von Kleist, who claims to be a Pursuant to ord* r of hoard in meeting j.
are facing actual starvation. A letter vessel, together with photographic reproductions attack. There, the French report says Asiatic exclusion policy. or fight and I brother-in-law of Gen von Briesten, of February filC relate to pur- -
which arrived here from Torreon, ] of a picture of the steamer they gained no success. tho canal was blocked. I doubt not we of the German army, who was killed in chase $500.00 stc'.i, in Bradford County -
Paris regards the present attack of should instantly abandon our exclusion battle in December, 1914, was the first Fair Association, said certificates j

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4: h PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. [APRIL II, 1916.
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POPULATION OF 1 I OF CO. COMMISSIONERSi .


.\( i itJ FLORIDA HASINCREASED i 1 ( Continued_From____Page 1.) THE "BOOK TRUST" AND DOCTOR KELLEY


of stock being presented by F. )I. Rivers -


Jf I FAST 'I ,President and upon of consideration County Fair; was Association laii HIS RECORDED VOTES SHOW HIS FRIENDSHIP FOR TijEM! 1

; L-: over until! Text neetirg; of Lard upjn .

ad'. ice of County Attorn-y, D. E.
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NO STATE HAS SHOWN A Y 't Knight..." to that prcra.e.Ala it. was u1'.h.for. stok.;: said In recent advertisement, published in The Florida Record, at Tallahassee! D'?. KUey atttrpts' : todeny

It Upon his: vote on school book?. *
MORE RAPID INCREASE motion ar.d sro r.a: ** t

: 1 :.:a1"1 i in the future: will: re--": t fuyth 1
HEAR HIM :
-;; > C'or.ty Judge: for track! ? e: '.
"I from Mr. Sheats' article in paper: 'Dr. Kelley evinced a m:;-t favorablere.ard
Population of Florida in 1910 Wa quote now your .
Petition: signed }ly H. Br.-w: ;.- .i i i"rxrs
'', ) ;;;2.r,19 ; in July 1911,, Was '. asking that elect.'r.: (1.-' for him (J. E. McRt-e. a.mt of the American Book Co.) and the publicti :' offered by

Estimated at Sl-,000.} } crar.ted and kr.owTi as tl-: > : '. his firm in thechool book adoption held in 1911. when the Doctor, as chairman .)f tie' uhTt

Ll :,i.! No. 12, with votircr: : ':. .. .: Book; Commi ion recommending school )book for u-e in the chooU; of Florida for ;.he period! of

..- Theresa boundaries f TEN subject out of THIRTEEN nquirnlia
: -.1 five sear- noted for book! offered by hU firm covering

WASHINGTON. April! 1-I: : <--t de.-iT.ated. as f-jll'V.:: :,. : -' the public school cour-e when TWENTY other firm- were competing for this bu-:RC".'

doubtful! if there i= a sate; in the v.- l 1 rnmer.cirg at North Ea-: < '.: .. .

ion which has increased its fJ P"-: a ) .*' cion 24, Township 7, S. .T.: I : "I put the case mildly when I characterize this quotation from Mr. Sheata as a bald 'Iil-: .

tion faster or which shows a grea>r jj East, ard ran West on Sto .-. tatenn-rt of fact?." j

industrial development than! Florida! North West comer of .- .

as revealed in a i tpecial staterr. nt of -.
P. the: United States cfTi.--.i5: bureau -. a Fe Rivtr. tire: Southca--rly: : ..: S Record Book, filed a: Tallahassee: as required by: law, shows Doctor Kelley's vo'3 Tf '<-r : .-Ir.g

o sued here today. The folio!: wire a-- aid: river same} bf.r.e coy: :II-: i American Book Company texts as; follows: .:

stract from the report will:! -h.. '.\' tea: "Oh LookfI t- Range line i di\-!d:' ? Rrij : ..- __' Name of Cook. jpubl}( :...b -

,' little short of marvelous i:= the re '.1 i th---f North ale! al.i: :.. .
_' = : -: tP :. ..
P..:!'--- 47. A 1. Kelley-Wet; .=ter's Dictionaries ((4-book series------ 4 books-Arr Pr, B I"- -: _*
for Florida since the l. l" '." -. : '!
; : c- .'.: (-: -'-_".r.r.it'r': >; I :
fP'p taken. J.,..---- fAI.: Keiley-Florida History --------------------------1 bOOK_ America; B--r. -. .
The population; fir F.-.r<: ;:is< .,: 1 tior &" i p' ruant'c..; ..-. ;. : -y

p_ the census of 1'jlo: wan; 7.: J.< ;. i 1.' c.- t' C-TI! ?t
i is; estimated that i it WE = : -." ':f '...-. j .. .. : --. ..1. =_;I.l! r! =c- .. :i--: .. Pa/- -"1. A 1. I-el1ey-Bai.wn's! : Readers lo-book -----5booksAmetk..I> <_ .'-: ; .-v

i' July, 1514. The i.rr.rr.aryh: : .r,-.,:- ,-. j.-: t-"' creutirrf: : 51-. '. \ I'.: ::e :y. Al. Kelley-Milne's Progressive Arithmetics (3 j

considerable! increase z.t the c1514 "-. ?- r :" .*' '. 1.-) ... a.J. .,:t- .'. .-- !: .. .. book serif-si, ____________ _____ __ _________" books..Amelia E-,. '.-: > ; _' :.-

as compared with that f.- 1.'''>.'. h.:: :,_ : Xo. 7. : : : '.. .' ,.. 1'...: } ::;::3, A 1. Kelley; -Bailey & Germans Number Primer J

In the ordf-r of th'-ir impf-ra- f t .. -.: <.!: t: r. -ii-'r; X 7 SM :?. _' : .
i i: (for use in second grade --------1 bookAmer.-". x E---. .-
.. ----------
a percentage standpoint, tr.I:. <.-.- : f'/.Io' ;
I of the several items rank ;.- :'. .'.!, '.. r--a B:.ur a. larifc-: ; :: *- :.',*! ," ,' -. i 1'.,:(: r4. A 1. Kvlley White's History for Beginners __________ __1 book _-An:<-rk: ;%. B- :. _' ..'

Capital "?? per <:*nt. mut-r.als: : ::... ; 7-' Vinirr--r '.' _- <.- N >rh: L. \ P.- y. 4i.; \2:!. Kelley:: -Practical Writing ((3-book :ssriesl, ) _________8 books..Anseriii E-.ok I :..: _:.:;.

', percent, numbc-r of e-tabli-hmt-.t: : 1.:: .f ?e<": _'! T .; :-n' 7. i I'..:':; 4;'. AL Ktll-y:! -Eadie's Physiology and Hygiene (2- i

jr cent primary hor-e pf--v-r 13. ; % RareE. .- -. ':. :v: W. -' .- 1 book series; ) ___________ ________ _______2 bcoks.-Amri.-j. ; Bock -. r-y:

i' rr cent, and value of pr-jduvt- ?' : '1,; -. Ni: Wt ; -: .' P..g4.. A ': Kelley-Field's United States History: ________ ______1 book ._.Arc-r.-: i Bo--k ..-.;.-
.i\ per cent. aAKltc1 M! -.. .... P r 1 ,
t c O' L.! : : \ >- : J To". : .. _: -

i The capital invested, r'-porf-d i i. 1 -'.-..::co: South on ECtlor.\:..... .-' ile Total 27 Book x

1514, was SS,2WOw}, a gain of :?J -,- \ River thence Southatrl"a..ta :%; .." -_. j
11951k'
000,000, or :5.2 per cent over S',2l'l-; : ." Fe River ((same !.fir.: c .: ':>' |I Pose :37 of this. Recori Book states: fI

000 in 1!lO *. The average capital pir \ :I.i to Section line di'0:,:: :. : 1 f

establishment: = approximately ?.,.".,. i\t\ _1 and 22. Ton.=hip i N S L tr. R-- .:' 'The following clai...ificatinn of book* wa d'cidt-d upon before the examination$,f book* was,

tOO in 1014 and ; I/JtJ in 11!:"JC.. I': _.! Eat, thence North o-- -a: i IS- t begun: ;

this connection ft should be stated that M :I.-: to point of zir'- ::. \',<:: _' "The iKx-k are to be placed in three cla-e*: Al. .1?. etc.<< ; Bl. B_, etc. and |. .. :
:3:3s.
the inquiry cor.tair.ed in the cer-'u- -,,. plaf-e: at Hampton Floriia.! : ; |I "Tho-e in A are to be considered worthy of adoption in the order named. <
schedule] calls for the total of "" ::.
amount :
; The followirg! rills were r-r-r----, :
": "Tho-e in R have mint, tutith reference tj them no recommendation i- mad!r.
< -
capital both owned and borrowed i-:- ; '. dra"f. .... i
r ordered
\ ;} -. 'f ; i. d scrip :
; -Thoe
in ClaC inferior and
.o are not wurlhy of adoption.
vested in the business, but excud! fi
rupuno""nu' >>
: the value of rented property, plant (.' .. ... ... ..M ___________.___________ "
1 s '.' -:caa.'n; _n____________________ r This record i is; cr.oush to cause the Asc-t of th' BoTrut: ":;r.'?:l r.es"ar.l: frvfof "o.------:: : -. -
equipment which was employed! in th-
J J t. "" -c' CTTfr ._ D -._ .r friend Dr. J. L. K-.lkv.! as expreeJ: in his HATCHED-UP letter to ,f Ir. She .-. '.
an -
ern:
conduct of manufacturing: er.terprjn :-' \ rV..a :==: =: :======:: : t c
l\\U\ \' ".T nKa .... _.. \ ?
the final bulletins: i -- ----
a-< rejorf.: \ .
.il Tr "; Irv-hmm >> SIIEAT5 FIGHTS FOR THE PEOPLE.
rentals paid for such property w.l::! ; : \r '!.,I.. :.-"n .-_ j ..
,. -.. __ ___ ._ _____ .
TT __ __
:
shown separately.! Th val;- i'i i t'\\\\\ fJll' 7. warmest <"
: ; ; '" 't :', l D) 'Oneof the fiar.t* 'Hr -ta.ed before the Ltsi-lature of Florida was tlftt of the *<-*.
.' raanufact ib .*-.. r'-t-; ..;:;. .'..:rr: .. r ,\U fit ..t A K ; .:..: ; 'V. :..:::- .:::::_:::::::::::._ : : { ion of 1907 to'ccure the pa- ae of the uniformity n\t book measure. ,jllt.' William! :N.:

.. ___ _______ .
tw 'T the er -: rf n.atlal: :- .. : C& f': j : > UhU
I v IU 1'1t" : ",'/I\ t i>; .. .. __ _._____ __.. 1)) hf'at.'a"o:1.: the ground (ishtin? for the pas-,_e of the law. although he was .it I lilt time only
the value of the !L > MC'0Chea ..
pi'- jL '
I : ... ____ ____ .
I ed from them ThI I ot..- a.! '.'. ; ..- t I -t.. : _____ .__ u__ Vi a -cho
manufacture was > 7..1:! ,, ''" '. .: ; '..> w .Ji.tI ...-.-. '.. a __nn___ ____.__ f.1 ( look! Company who bittuly oppo\< d the p-i-: "ae of the law: and the rwnrti i.* appr.rir.t
__ __.. _
and ?4s..7 ;2/iftO :i- '"f... th : ..-. '.' ? .'II .;' : _nUn h._.._________ when the a\in of hundred" of .thousand- dollar- to the parent* and children ttHrIorida'a"

.:' being ?534,000; or 1.1 J-T <.. ..'.. T: .( 1J'lG : ... \'" .___.._.__.n.._ ____...__._.___ at i i..ut'. The Arn-rican Book Company aain i i.* tr> ipg to get control of the seho'l 4 1 book j-i-
1'i C. "
value added by man\ fa(.t ;.,. f"T. :: ..... ': I. N'-.TTT-S Un..h nn. u'_ nest in Florida! but since the law i i.* on the statute bookother mtthod: mu-t he ;< r-ued. The

''t t :i S.3 per cent of the total va'.je. of th-' ;+ ..-L'a..P.'P w' ... roost '.-v; .R...;s next be..t it do i i.
thing to the election
can secure of men who will favor the adort ; of American
.... .-: K--y _____________..00 _______ n
pnxlucts in 1914 and q. jer < : i i.H..j rr save you rr.:' tr.: C-----t! : '5--f"P'l.e- Wrr. La- __..______________n_____ Book Company boukrtsardle: ** of competition. Dr. Kelley brazenly publi..h< letter froma
.. and in superior to Sour r.iik: and !:L'a. I I.. Ran _______-______-_____.__ : > H
P.a'_r. : _________________.____. representative of American Book Company in which the writer refers to 'o'r friend Dr.Kelly .
p- -- -- J -. \. P.ryanti ____________n____.___ ,' and expresses; treat uneasiness for hU welfare. Why is the 1
SHADE KIDS FIELDS OF BEl I:- VILLAIN GOOD HEALTH i I. ,*.- H-r.ter -_________...__n____ American P.o }J Company so .
: ;I w. j. dscaI : _______________n___.. much concerned for the health, happiness and g'neraldfare of 'our friend Dr. J\ !I(') ?' "-Or.}
I MUD.\. I I.. m ?-nh _________.___ _______ lando Ji
JI I P.acW: Ts>'!or n_______._______ _____ Reporter-Star, 4-:(;-16. j .J
Death of Pablo Lopez Basis of'I F F.at.th: Hjntcr ___.__.____ "-___ .
( The standard rtmf-dic-s: for Bermuda F".'>r>nre HoltonJ _________.___._____.__ YOU ARE MISTAKEN DOCTOR: > 1
| r. P-.T _____ <
Story Villa Was Dead. --u 1
infested fields are shade and
grass : || JIJr.n'ri !;t _
freezing. This far south the freezing i \\'a.n Hersey -n____________n__.___ SAYS DR. KELLEY:
i is is I I I >!,... E. C. Crews sad' isnrtttr) __.__ "Mr. Shears; is the man who injected the book '
rot Shading the :
{ practicable. EL P.\. IJ. April 12: .An entirely :: =-'1ai'a." f'n _._______________.u__ : company question into this eanaign.: :
.'. method recommended by W. C. Eth- newertion of the of villa! l">co( Wend ____ ___ _____ ___ )
ridge, professor! of in thf story 1 Th'.rr.&s Dra! __.__...n_______.. _. __ In his platform! issued in January, 1916 Dr. Kelly says :
agronomy death was brought }here today by a'J!"r.r.- '\.eI''O n.ui _. ..._. ... tf :4
the University Florida College!! ofAgriculture. Mexican raufman.ho! claimed, to' -\i tr.tt .____00 __ _____h__ _. "I therefore fa\or law i'i'I
h free
Fall prams such; as oat ( J-aac C ark: _____n_.___ .__. a to provide te\t books for all school children in norida. To
!have urtr-d a visitation: from a band i). C Juror. Eurta.-t .. raUe the for thU and
: : A. J. C!"ed n revenue purpose for the enforcement of the cnmpuhory attendance Ifavor ?
and: rye followed in spring by a full of Villa'-! followers!! on his; ranch re ar'I Leonard A"I1an: ._ .... ....'__'" law.
season crop of legumes will usually Bachiniba.!: This man said that Villa'! ".1T.ar... Chi.: r., _nn__. ; an amendment to the State Constitution which will give to the public ; "It" turn the trick.The re\enue* derived from the shellfish industries of the state" \ :!
ti i -
i neither
dead
i was r.or wounded but Total -. .. A.
K _al l is in full and the I General Fund '\
plowed :
that P..bl<> Lopez, the bar.it's r. tor- i
Ther.eCEi''f1' chl l books from the
r' I jw. T. w (.ijs clerk Ht : first to eighth grade cost; Florida
grain sown. If the grain crop i is pa=- ious lieutenant and i parents ajjiroximutely: 2:*:'):- i
executionerinj C. A. Knight s'Preg : ; Oi'< each Fl ?herm
j ? } and shell-fish dealers
year. n in
h tund: most of the young Bermuda d, tad died and that Villa had deliberally !! ]F. I. W.I.TH jantcr -. : Florida like other tax-payers w.t care to add the :

-. that shows itself will! be injured bJ't used his death a* the basis 1||i i J.. I'F.. ?KriaH'-m'in-nrn er. attorr co phjtician y .-.. .;: fcd-Jitioral! Lurdrn of !supplying: 103,030 NEGRO children! with books-( and even Dr Kelly count: pre- .Yre'

r grazing; or if tho grain crop i is used of thetory of his own finish The j I J. L I'.1:! 1 day com and m :.anI : vo"t nf-grc i; from getting free looks-under the provisions: of the Constitution of tr.'i United ;;tatf5. t -

for hay it will! shade the Bermuda until cattleman! : told! the following! story: I I j jj"I A.. P.H.Crc WiiaTj;"v-!!do .do ....._ .. His proportion, therefore is only a "catch.'vte"5Cr.Ir.t>, and made more so by the rtv.-Jrds : ,;1 ct

late in the season. Immediately: lI. .. was Ln Guerrero at the time VilLi lI. l- <. T Pn-Alin:; ? do _. .. t
,l', t after the hay is cut or after the pasture came thf-re and afterwards when: i) r>. W. PinhoMtr. do .-. "Page 11, Report of the State Treasurer for 1913, shows the Shell Fish l'und-BaJan'e in
l 1 ]Ivw et) blanks: _. "
is abandoned, as the case may be, the American soldier! :: arrived I bej j 1 Go: D. RanJnaM! ('.... station- Fund December 31, 1913. $6,913.90. (
the land i is disked well! and velvet beans lievfd it was safe to return to I" w (0. -atiT.try -. .r
f. my !ad J. J'r.- Ty;.. CrltUr.s: : '.' CHALLENGE IS REPEATED.
or cowpeas sown. It may be necessaryto ; ranch. ar... Ph-.Tie C". r/hr-ne )
raise two crops of cowpeas to keep "La.-! Thursday a band of twenty City Lit Part hht! and-Rarer ._ : Mr. Sb-ats did write the Miami Metropolis requesting them to make retraction for cnjuet' ac.-uatior.a, (
: I> (' blanks! ________ _.__ .
i the land occupied. By the time corn ofIlb's rode the ranch rw -- -- -- : .'t He also stated:
men to i
up j .
11! B M Dowl.rir:; cam a-- tax c.r'.I:: .
1 p is planted the following! spring the haw-e. They took a little grain that i G. W. Hazfr. com a tnas h_ __ __ .-- a. --
Bermuda grass will be dead, smothered. I "That he would match records with his opponent on the school book
had and killed one of my cows and question ? 'd as an edur.
.
; T.ai -- -.. .____ __ ; ,
I : Thi
i:i had a great: feast. They had several Reed aid Kri?r Fond- -- cator. challenge is repeated. Respectfully submitted, i 1

If any one should want to start eradication 1 bottles: of liquor that they had securedat ?. T. f\r>-lir.r :2 darn Pai in=p n.. 4 \ N. SBEAT t
H A. Cnnnnr 'f-r.r.iin l"Idjll -- -
this spring he could plant! the Guerrero and :Minaca ar.d got J. J. N.ti'.* doRftr ____ ____n_ __Uh_.. .- (
l legumes. If, for any reason he did ty drunk before they were pret-I .rs and Haman !umlr --'--'- -- -. .:. State of Florida County of Leon. : 1 t'J

I, not want to grow legumes he could "They ridiculed the American soldiers 1 I T.L. B.B.R Vainrfraarin.-i!< r hau'.ina! ; hln-l..r: ;?: bnd.-and rrfairinir .::.:-. *>" I, John C. Barnett a Notary Public of State of Florida, have examined the ReccrJ JJWs referred to

'. plow the land shallow and boasted about the bridir" __ __ and find each vote cf !
and pasturehogs way Villa l- hn J '" Kelley recorded as stated above. Examined this 10th April A. Uj. 1t
W. O. Brno'fS -rairrp 1ri.i, : :::: ; 1916.
the had fooled esJa.rr SEAL
the
of the -
on upturned roots ser.d-
"gringoes" by Hr.\&n do and I".ad 00 __.. '. i ) JOHN C. BARNETT, Notary Public State of Florida 1 1
-
\ i grass. Several shallow plowir.ps! could ir.c guides to the American officers John K<-'y do ...nn___.. .__ .- ..' 4-
} F.. T. Thornton mad __.. _" "! My commission expires March i S ll'la.
be made during the season to give the with stories of different places in i' pen work 1I !
I Riley! Findlty: ca'r.! cut lotJQjjtVy '" ,
hogs a better chance at the roots. The which he was hiding. Then they talked !' Lur.fr C". hd..r ;and-! raly; "" .

,; grain crop could then be sown in the about! Lopez and said he was dying ;' J. D. CaT.ichalarr.bcr! aid hau'inif_ 4 t"
j'j! I!. Tre5 b ._. __ r
fall. te Ii | and that as soon as he was dead ; y". r. .:_......... ,."..dayroad._<.'_"., .._"C_ _UI in-p...''''_' .. ._-___-_ 1IVwty ,." t u.,
'I ike gringoes; would be told it was Villa I PinhoUter r-rarinz: brie: : .' --- ___ __ u __ ___ ,-__ _.-' T t. __ .__- 4' a

I and then they would all go home ?5. F T P-i'irv TI.\1!: I ru r-i-ire:2 day! road brid.-e(ir.-p... ?4 GERMANY DENY BLAME i foreign merchant ships, we offer no i. io .!. i '! =, ,. ,. !' ) l' f- t

i i j "They did not fay anything dirferer W. R P. ar.nn !rcpa.rnj! ejlxt-ta \I'i: armed interference, nor do we offer >Iarrr.t'd w 1
J. S. GRINER O. F. Hitch: clii'pine. msrs: ____ .i FOR SINKING OF SUSSEX
U : interference
: about the whereabouts of the \ il- }}aRrr Eason rr-pa',..n;, _; whenever citizens !" TIHS.IS[ FOR YOU. .
ia bardit.. but I understood fr rn .\. }{. Wi'iam!' :2! days madn: : p 4 ;..' i upon foreign soil are destroyed, their .. ..
J. I.. t"noJ..rhil!; An unh.u_ 4"., !' ( Continued From Page 1.) i: wives and children! .. -
outraged theirproperty When
Donnand the +
? p. iTmark; L+.-.tr.r.g convict 4 J"' 1FI Telegraph advertises
i'' :h-it they wert '.r.der orders to i W. I'inMs'er!! :2 day! rad i ir.'p -- t'" ,' : confiscated." your: enterw.r.mer.t free and +
I .
t' meet: hm somewhere I Hanwnrerairin bridge: '_ 4 .. Sussex printed in the London ; i
near n Daily: Germany, Japan and Russia thereby: cau;;in them be
d Thomas were to
[.i' Paral"E'I cuttinz o-Jt loss 1 :J'1
i; ...,.: .c"V! Th<> Mexican who told ,. d Lars rtpainnj.: bridire! .-- 1" Graphic: were enclosed! with the note' placed by 1I?. Wood in the active .. known and attended!, it is with
: : : 'will;! J. }{. Wair.wr.rtt! !umber 3K ." -the difference; in the two craft t-eir.s 0a
Ii .p knmvn to several! of the Arnica i F. Crawford w'>rk: on read T '% group of sea power rations with one the undeibtandirg tnat whatprinting

: uI -. here, who ({'."i iiler him rel'al! k'. J. }{. P"a inc *.\i"z euUvrte -- ', indicated. '. or more of which the United :;;!ate:, th>r? i is to 1 t-e done in

; '...' .! Villa's!! ; ride south has; been a dia--i; W.. J E.. L<-Laos".:- r -ra1tr lumbfE. bridge-.-___ I5.. .'. "' !', The steamer Berwir.dvale! was possibly mSsrht become involved in wur. connection still then:, 'n the way t-

:! ; trrtus l':.t' for the villages! and the : ,t ...!r"N Cs. R::,-.- iD' '_t on -=crp -_ ; sunk by a German submarine, the ; A f.t naval policy for the Unif-d of ticket *' -.grams. etc.. be done
f 't ?irr'-.a-i: A; Ea'! st urriit9; fur convicts :2* '" note frays: while definite details with at .k.
States our til 9V
IOWT.through which he has { This i i. !
'- !: .. ra seJ. I J. H TVw'inz' fend for cunviets __ 2-! i required! said Mr. Wood. an only doingt
A:: h. t.. r. ",: \ ,,C'-niing ct"\-I .1. K ..,,' u respect to the Manchester engineer: Atlantic! justice toi-
r
A to numerous! report: r( 'it-k. pay cap-a-n; and jraard.1.;;' '' force superior to that <.f G rmany as pay fr our; ser-

'S \ : ::. i'\tf ed here. His men }have looted at will ;J.,J. R.I: IitiwFnit Pin; chanrina fr!:*.i for mul eotnicts. etc -,.' teen are lacking ar.d therefore there has a Pacific force superior to that vice WVr'the prirtirg is givento t
g 13 > suiUcient
no basis
.i !"" ;and have been ruthless in their destruction I Lake Rjt'er! Hardware Cu. hos-shu.tls i for invcstiga- of Japan and protection for the Par.a1 some .y.ter o.ce ova will:: hereafter }..ot of etc for convict tion of this particuar case. 1 1I i ii 1 i : chrrcfp; .. l t.
-"V. .....l property. Several reports I. ma canal. for the publicity: we
J. B Dow'.inz! I i ?.:
arK. etc enn-.ieu I I I ,
.. SI .
'. f I r -!ata instances of women beir.jr as-I j ]La'; Rj-Itr: lid- Isaac give thtt.t-ttrtainnv : (,
,raasab.,. e Co shoved, axes for I I Cut M. Selijrman! New York ban .
glass
just received }: litchrll'sIrar .
)1PJ saolteti and of :Mexicans tr nv'cs at : 1 1a
who :2--!
were i ker hie
',(;. ]E.E: Ltnn" lumb. More.Read gave opinion of how prepared- i'j
n "
...'. -h-i 1 because of their supposed friendto ; : r.r-ss should be advanced. He : ? >.' .. .! j.t

'.. .J;:, i ":!' .. -- Americans, but none of them! Total --1..: 1 rncom- ;
rnpr.il"d! -
/. j.Iirainaec increa of the income t
I the tax. ,
re1 &>
I hat I i (.-r .". corrol-oroteJ. nph-n0 : rear ('
: G. W. Ka "*i com a.tnas .. inheritance; tax if r.ocessary. rl ud'itic.r.al t
\-P 4h P'a.-noally: every man:! in El! Paso'- Fin and Forfeiture Fond i revenues from the tar i'f an 1
S. P P-"ma'< .".U"! st :Bali:\ .. \fJ.1
!J.___ .............;o.r,.... .,..... ...:... ... I I.1t' has' a nap' of Mexico, on which he'f' R. TVi.mark wa'rir t.'an'-'ts; "' AMERICAN NAVY ALMOST 'I from various classes of stamp fax1Th" .
-.... ''': ; .r: .,.:N .. !P .< .-t: a row location for the faye -j: S. B DPtimarit f.''t-'iin r"'.onrF T weakness
"' -r, (' ,Y. G. aS: J. P WORTHLESS FOR DEFENSE of the Arr.eric.v: army
: .
'; :;; :S1 .; J lii'dit: daily but the i ca.Wil.: Ji "r. n _. :
.:r1. most re.ilial | r F..lortn-on d s do ........_ a-d navy was pictured by f'hari ( J
...rJ ..... ..... .3.. ] ,!le information 1; to the effect that'! 1 Bradford County 3ar.: in.t rn strip _. <' !i Curtis, of New York. Mo-t of the Ii ,-1,.
+' J i i.in northern James IIim! ,; wih w,.; J.inson (Continued From Page 1.)
.:."' ..:.1. 1/ Durar.go, 1 "
..U'. ,>- ) tQir.to;: I' : troube!
.... .... ... .. ; was attributed th- 1 1e
by
"'_'.;..'..' ;..9-. .. .. ..... : speaker A
.. ., for
$; / # F ....; arrange:; a concentration for the Tofal ._ ___ : 1 to (
> ----- ... the
.. # -" -. I 71.5 fact that this has 1y
;. re", t. ...4. J'2-.i t7;: ;;t '.' Sze Vi'la\ :: adh..rentsho have teen c.per The Loan adjourned until the first policy! was the startling! assertion: : of : defense country r.o y :
ll, I commission
to advise the
: Henry A, Wise Wood of New !
'l. :j.f- "''' : ariptr; u'-der: Canuto Reyes. Monday in May, 1616. York, ]h'
'Xh. -.. .'.:v i!i formerly a member of the naval ad- President and Congress and that the oT'i
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navy no generaltaff.
1 ;1 Th auction sale of the ,goods: contained Clerk and Auditor. i! "It )
rr.a,' le !aid with accuracthat. I L =
: in the Q'.l1"y:: Variety Gore I I' t
ilr. Griner will be our next State the j I: we have r.o foreign policy at the moment tf"'F'
near depot Saturday was so brisk Cut ,glass: just received Registration Books Will Close
S.S Treat:arer. I that almost at Mitchell's. said Mr. Wood. "With the de- ;.. "" r
article
every was sold. Drug; Store.. 1 I struction of our citizens while upon i j j May First. Register. I It







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FRIDAY APRIL 11. 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. {.PAGE THREE 1.

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moorings during a high wind last Friday OLD CUSTOM PASSING IN SOUTH

l morning early, and when last seen :I .

r News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. was moving rapidly westward at a',' "Hog Killing" Time Disappearing Before IS f .
high altitude. Mobile ;
Fair Hope and j I
I other points to the west notifiedby Inroads of Packing Houses.:
were
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, (c:::1| Live State News !G the telephone big airship.to be No on one tho was lookout aboard for I The day is
LAS the dirigible when it broke away. It killing: time" an annual event of lang / ." "

-112525'SY52S RSiRSJ5S2S2526S2S825 2AZ5a75X250 was fully inflated and officers at the and traditional standing in Dixie, will fi ..., 1'ou

: l Told by Our Exchanges. naval station said there was nothingto le a thing of the past. Since antebellum /> -r. '

prevent its remaining afloat for plantation days, the first frosty; I' WILLHAVE

, ymous and otherwise, brought against I many hours. The dirigible, which is days of early winter in Dixieland} ,c

HASTINGS.The; shipment of Hastings b" .. J. E. Trice, superintendent of the over 80 feet in length, has a capacityof have been "hog killing time" when all II / .

big1"1: Potato crop will soon ke Baptist Orphanage at Arcadia, were about :25,000 cubic\ feet of gas. The the farmers slaughtered their hogs and / f

: in full swing. Although this section taken before the State Baptist Association -I! fact that no one was aboard and thatit prepared the meat for the coming

has been visited I by four heavy frosts this week at Live Oak, and Rev. !; is not equipped with any sort of year. Such events are accompanied /4s\ f 'f..l ?t E.a:

this season, a ug: production and good Trice was not only vindicated, but the automatic deflating valves makes it 1 not infrequently I by community gather- I ,

prices are nevertheless expected. Association commended him to the certain that unless overtaken by aero- !Iing: where all hards; turn in to help J \\
"RISrttU\S
: I ronfidence and support of the denomi-! planes the air craft will probably fly .]; their host during the day, while the .

'. KEY 11'ST.IvarV'iding. prominent nation. The charge against Mr. Trice j hundreds of miles. Shortly after the|I night comes on with the fiddle and

: man of Iloston: Mass., arrived has now been investigated by the local airship escaped, the wind, which had "square dance.( IF YOU

,- in port 1 last week in a little twelve foot association and the state association ; -:' been blowing from the southeast, !.I Packing plants have already been :..{ .. ,' t r '

('(,t kIt- .hell of a boat, after one of the and in \both instances nothing !: shifted slightly. Naval officers fear, established in the South, and more are """, '. pJOIN OUR
most p.'rilous"op cs that has ever could be brought against his characteras that the balloon may have been carried to be built. Farmers throughout a I." .

J$ been undertaken by, any man in recent a Christian gentleman.DtLAN'D. I out to sea. The dirigible i is said ,i wide area are patronizing those plants 61. ('I t .

years. to be worth between SoO.OOO and $'i':0-1,-i with the hogs and cattle they are nowi :2- X 1'\ rislmasBaClub g.

I .-The trunk line road' 000 and is practically new. It wasreceived I i'I raising and are making preparationsto .\' r::: ..
i here only a few days ,
PENA'OLA.-Lieut. .11. C. auf'l through Volusui\ county from the St. : ago. raise stock upon a larger scale. I .l '
| How the accident occurred has not
fley, attached to the aviation service of Johns county line on the north, to the I[ been determined. One of the first packing plants established SpSL NOW '

the United States navy and stationed northern boundaries of the New Smy- in this part of the South was .

at this i I'Hint, is said to have made a'new '' rna road district a few miles south of one at Moultrie, in Colquitt county,
world's altitude record last week, fort Orange, will be constructed of :\I.RI.Xlnformation reached.i Georgia.; The Moultrie Packing Com ,! Costs Nothing (6 Join
I this city Monday of horrible pany's plant was established in 1U4.! -j :
when he ascended in a hydro-aeroplane asphaltic concrete, and the road from i a tragedy :-
feet. cl.aml to Daytona far the enacted Sunday afternoon at the It has a capacity for packing some "
to a height of 1(5,070(; so as i :
I Halifax district is concerned, will bo ,j victims home near Forks of Creek. ::(10( hogs and :2.:i cattle per day. The DEPOSIT ONLY 5 CENTS FOR THE FIRST LEEK I

still boasting of of brick. Such was the conclusion of :'oIl'"alt'r Hart, a well-known young investment in the plant i is about $I-O-, AND INCREASE 5 CENTS EACH WEEK AND NEXT i
i is;
OCALA.-Ocala the board of county commissioners farmer, while suffering from mental i 000! and the working capital use.eras '
that still does his littl | CHRISTMAS YOU WILL HAVE $41.00.
an old horse :Monday when they awarded contractsfor aberration, cut the throat of his four $;::UOOO. During the first year of its !

stunt of work around town in spite of ; road construction in the Halifax { year old child and then killed himself.1 operation the company killed some P.O000 ,- THIS IS A GOOD THING FOR BOYS AND GI&LS- !
his lath lie
that he is in : ) II
the fact year
road and bridge district. It is said that the unfortunate man hogs and :3,000 cattle, and expects FOR EVERYBODY.
would l
fears the would unwonted! break inactivity the idle fellow'sheart. of retirement -I PUNTA GORDA.-It is past the days prior to committing the horribleact. I kill ;TiO.OOO to I r.0,000: hogs and from 5-i IN 40 WEEKS: t ;
At one time he became violent 000 to 10,000 cattle. j
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1 regular time for orange and grapefruit 2-CENT CLUB PAYS $16.40 ;
and attempted to attack his brother It has no trouble whatever in disposing I.
I I II tars to lie in full bloom, and yet not 5-CENT CLUB PAYS HI.00
but was restrained. After that he of its product, its market extending ,,
one-fourth of them in this have
A PALM BEACH-H. K. Kendrick, an region i was hf'ingU.lrdl'tl by relatives! and as far east as New Jersey. Its .>, 10-CENT CLUB PAYS 82.00
ont blossoms. If similar
aviator who has spent the season at put any a j I' neighbors until he could be brought !
condition prevails in all other sectionsof I I WE ADD 4 PER CENT INTEREST.
this resort, has been> selected by the I' here for a sanity hearing: and have 11 ade-quate :
the citrus belt, the fruit next
Aero Club of America as one of the crop him conveyed to the hospital at Chat- go I YOU CAN DEPOSIT 25 OR 50
much CENTS OR
winter will not amount to half as
six members to go to Mexico and join I ''. tahoochee for treatment. Sunday afternoon I into the raisingof meat it buys all I "
as the crop of the winter now ending. $1.00 OR S2.0OOR MORE EACH WEEK. "
the American forces there as a member in an unguarded moment he animals offered.
The failure of the trees to bloom during
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of the aviation corps. He has, it this month, as they naturally 1 managed to secure a heavy carving: COME IN--.WE WILL TELL YOU ABOUT IT. .,;
stated, already left for the border. knife and grasping his child so as to RAG PICKERS BECOME RICH. \
..ould have done, is attributed to the
COME IN AND GET A CHRISTMAS
4 stifle its screams, he cut its throat, BANKING CLUB
unseasonable cold and unusual dry.!I,
MIAMI.-Biscoe Hindman, of Chi- weather. Some years ago a some- lit- If the present high prices obtainedfor BOOK FREE. 4I ,

cago, added to his holdings in this what similar condition prevailed; nevertheless !(!; rags and paper continue, the rag

city the south fifty feet of the Central a good crop was produced, j i, the weapon on his own throat, gashing picker, looked up as a pauper before, i RADFORD COUNTY BANK I
C $156,000: it so badly that death followed in a and whose name has for .
building,: on Avenue paying for the trees bloomed heavily in May.It a century '
for it, $720 per front foot. The property is hoped that they will do the same few moments. Shortly afterward the been a synonym of poverty may yet { .

has a depth of fifty feet. This thing this wife of the victims went into the room become a rag picking millionaire, or -
year.LEESBURGWhat
piece of Miami realty increases the I and tho grewsome sight of her hus- at least aspire to the realm of the

total of Mr. Hindman's investments in band and child lying dead greeted her. "new rich."

this city made this season to approximately is t believed to From the lowly consideration of $R :: WORItE
IK the only eight-legged alligator in PRISONER LEAPS FROM TRAIN. '
$300,000. to ?10 a ton for rags, the price has
existence was caught in Lake Harris
I soared to not less than $70.; Threadbare -
near the mouth of the canal and im-
I W. Henderson alias William Brooks, tablecloths and cast articles
railroad fer away 1ERTILIlfRSDIFFERENT
KEY WEST.-The new pounded in the boat house under the :
i steamer of the Florida East Coast arrested some little time ago by Of- are making the rag picker a
ry I pavilion until a crate big enough to i
ficer Ferguson in Daytona. for wealthy man. The prices quoted arebased
railway, which will be operated between i ship the saurian in can l>e constructedA : carrying
this point and Havana, is expected representative of a carnival company : a bag: of burglar's tools: a flash upon bona fide facts and the

to be ready for business by August will IK here soon to buy the 'ga light and suspicious articles, attempted possibilities of the rag man rising to CROPS 1 REQUIRE

1st. It will be practically a duplicate -'I tor. The big 'gator was caught by a spectacular getaway while traveling wealth is not exaggerated.It otzi DIFFERENT KINDS OF
of the Henry M. Flajrler, now I on a Florida East Coast;; trainin is because of the curtailment of '
Cephas Brown a negro fisherman and FERTILIZERSWhile
with of thirty of I charge of Sheriil E. I.. Smith of the raw materials for the manufactureof
duty capacity
on a ; until the
put a lively fight negro
the largest refrigerator cars in addition -i hooked up him with a boat hook and dragged Yoliisia! county. He was being brought I paper from Europe. Dry felt is as the basic elements are the: same the

to three large cargo hold I him into captivityBrown will back from Palm Beach to answer scarce as the proverbial hen's teeth. :L amounts of the ingredients vary.

charges before the criminal court. I The war has done many wonderful t FAVORITE FERTILIZERS ARE
I stay at the boat house to watch his ( ,
The asked his fora things, making people rich night
BARTOW. T. Roux and son of catch for fear it gets away. He has prisoner captor I over $ MADE TO MEET THESECONDITIONS.
j through the advance in but thatit
j drink of water and the pair movedup drugs
Plant City, lumbermen, last week purchased j visions of a fortune from the carnival -. .
I to the forwird end of the car where I should open wide the doors of prosperity '
-i outright :3.1,000: acres of fine ; people The 'gator is over eight
the cooler was situated. When the for the rag picker is about the Each sack is marked to show tli" important
feet I
timber land in Polk county, byingfew a j long 1
i sheriff turned his head l for an instant, last thinurmied.: I elements. :
miles east of this city. A largo
; Henderson threw himself through One of the latest advances in the
saw mill anti planing: mill i i'; to l I.. an Special Formulas (for All Florida Crops 1
PALM m-\CH.-.John I1. Yates the open window, regardless of theto- price of raw felt was experienced
erected the tract at It is saidthat
h the on entire deal and once.proposed developments thirteen-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. mile speed of the train. within the last thirty days, the price Write for Quotations.; 1

Frederick! Yates, of Rochester, was The sheriff pulled the Mi-cord and I soaring from 20!I to :0:! per cent. It is AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS
entail expenditure of
approximately half an million dollars. |j' digging: for some bait to go fishing recently leaped} in pursuit before the engine I said: this will not be the wort of it. ,

a when his fork brought up a hu- came to a stop. Henderson was lying 1 i It is being: found a hard matter to get INSECTICIDES;

I man skull. It was a very old skull where he had fallen-too seriouslyhurt j. paper enough for commercial print-

PAJ.ATI\A-This city expects quitea that looked as though it was mad. of to move. The incident took l place l ing. INDEPENDENT f fERTIliZER[ ::COMPANY .

building boom in the near future, i I weather-stained wood.) It did not take between I lobe Sound and Salerno. The -| When conditions do get down on to '

two three-story buildings being contemplated on the appearance of bore until several first! southbound train was flagged: and the raw edge it is thought it will be JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.f .

and other being rumored. '1 hours exposuiv to the air had the injured man sent back to West 1 the joy of certain ruralite correspondents l ... __ .
A fine three-story! hotel is to 1 be built given it a grayish tinge. The cheek Palm Reach: for medical treatment I to write on both sides of the -

on the site of the Arlington, and it i is Ixines were high, the jaw unusually Uoctors at first thought he would die I communications tr their te.-pectitepublications. ;;;;

expected that this will be finished and prominent and the forehead low and from the effects of his daring dash for But this is not yet. : :
ready for the occupancy of guests ,by sloping.I The ymgster's mother, whohappens "
liberty but he is now reported letter.Gazette Roofing men are complaining all over Trade Mark Registered.PHOSLIME.
October. I to be the official geologist for ; News. the country about the increase in

New York state, sent it to the Smithsonian price for felt used:: in roofing materials.

PUNTA G01I1.1a1" 1' shark Institute in Washington and in KILL THE: ("("WORMS: \HIlII'OI- All over the country the corps of rag !; III

which was branded in Sydney, Australia -, due time received word that it came :SON: RAIT. pickers, and the various organizationslike ('
| from one of the "early" Indian: tribes.l th.' Salvation watching 4 .
Army
; eight years ago on the occasion I are
of the visit! of the United: :States battleship I for rags: like the miner 'ooks for the FOR.
Cut worms are among the worst :: -
t fleet to that port, was hemmed 1 PLANT! C'lTY.-\\"hat are in reality of 1 glistening nUg'.!<'t of gold. 1

i up in a tide crook near this l'1 lace houses mounted on wheels; have l>oon 1 posts spring crops. They go I I The lack of raw materials for the :
the : in the
through hlbemating stage
last week 1II)111.ranI"11'Ith an in.-' 'ripJj Luilt during the past week a* the shopof ground.: I In the !spring: they come out'j I manufacture: of papl'.r.athl felt prod- CORN it

tion announcing the candidacy of Albert l'. H. Luke for Edgar Chapman in' : uds has recently elicited an appeal
in time to catch the seodlings
jut -
W. Cilchrist for the UnitedStates : his drainage operations at Largo.: young | from the United! States department of
coming: ip! and the tender plants t'oml1lt'I"to the citizens to "PHOSLIME has given better yields on COfPJthan ,
senate after which th> fish; Three 1 of the massive wagons the largest save rags ; "
like tomatoes which have been
was again freed. ever built in this ::section have -- / just and paper so the sources of supply I any other source of Phosphoric Acid." .' 1-
I transplanted.'The/ worms are especially -
II i eon completed and are the would bo (conserved.Tampa Tribune '
tin way destructive at this time for the IMMEDIATE DELIVERY NOW. !
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JACKSONTlI.LE.-Travcling\ : at a ground is clean and there is nothing RHEUMATIC: P.IXiTOI'I'En: :
high \has the contract for the Lake I Price F. 0. B. in Bags- j
[ rate: pf speed, a Marion five-pas- I-argo-Cnxs liayo'i Drainage District, but the young cultivated plants for i The drawing: of muscles} the soreness j
| ser.ger auto being driven by A. Sulloy : them to feed upon. ( .
and three more under construction. stiffness and agonizing pain of CARLOAD LESS THAN CARLOAD .
Guard, a character man for tho Than- are \\'. 1.. Floyd, professor' of horticulture | Rheumatism to Sloan's
1 An idea (T the unicj'iene-'s and size of quickly yield .
houser pictures Jacksonville in the University: : of Florida (' .1-!
companyat thl'"a ons may bo obtained. when it < : Liniment. It stimulates circulationto $9.00 Per Ton. S10 Pei tron.
struik a telephone polo at the leire of Agrku'tureuggeMs that
l the Just
painful directed
part. apply as
N known that in the -
fork of the road and was converted I sleeping wagon! tho>e who are troubled with this worm I I the In short WRITE FOR BOOKLET. .
to pore
nine berths have l "en installed spots. a
into a pil. of wreckage. Mr. C Guardwas complete can avoid loss I by the use of a poison f
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I time the Ji'l'"a to
with springs; and mattresses..lnother pain a tinglingsensation :
frierds instantly killed!, and his three of tl.e wagons will bo. ii.-eil as a- bait. Wheat bran :.'11 pound.-, paris I| of comfort and warmth. FLORIDA SOFT PHOSPHATE & LIMEjCO!

: art* sorimMy! injured but may green 1 pound, : gallons ..f water" 2: Hero'-., \1'00-1 have "had wonderful.
commissary, one main ofl'.op; \
recover. The atTair happened at one aa quarts of molasses and! C.I lemons 01'OI'II1I'S : )ll 'if.
used
o'clock in the building: one as cooking quarters) and ri-lief since I your Liniment Box 462. OCALA FLOE OA.
morning. J grated or ground whole! makes
:: ,i To think
1 the others for other necessaries in the nJkr'I': one applications
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and effective mixture. This j,
large: contract under way.1L1MI.I'roposing cheap gml' relif. Sorry I haven't firm ma.-h which .-hOIlI.III\' scattered'
PA1A11.1'ITV.-The a toll the history. Thanking
Panama City to yo'i you J' --
Pilot' tells a strange talo of a prophetic over the ground just before nightfall. for what; your remedy has done for The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head! Invigorating to the P.lland Sickly! .
\ I ) to create of It i is best to the bait out before itt.. .
hen one put James S. Be mi-r >l -i at. laxatiffei \
Ferguson Philada.
or rather that me. ,
egg was the largest: stock barns in the south, the seeds come or the plants Tl\ IlKti.MiMJI INI.NKlsJ.eltff'-m= ..; C ,'h- CM Standard general stttrtl.enitrs! tonie.i 'I ,
laid up are
'l'a. .
in the Linamc. .
community.! It was laid by :Sloa' t kill- pain. ';' "' TdsTELEs- cloi.l1" JC. dtttsuu, .
\\hite Loghnrn a party of Io.'al ill"eitors1.1 l visiting set. .\; soon a* the mixture Briethe! to rirK'KK mlst' .' 1 Kcmemi *.! th '< iia.anrichethe: fife/n Lat d JuiMsupthfS'. -
tion in raided a\lII.nre the inscrip capitalists have just closed\ a deal withJames worms refuse to eat it. It i j.. not ef- at Drug: r-: i i !look lot tl't sivu: urr LI '. \\ ("i > A true tame. 1 ut adult es>l4 children x,.'
script! of an amber colf -
A. Moore l whereby the f'dfot": than ,iiiil\. -
"To an end companysecures more one night '--
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world willfnf'
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In .\u<" title to ;iJO I acres of land near it is shaded. Leaves of !lettuce or'
'" ust.1,191i h. About ,..1) peoplelouneyod I === =
( I out to the I farmhouse h"n' Moore! Ha\en the tract having a front- cabbage: poisoned with paris give i or I \
the "omnnon" \ ago of one mile &,'i Lake OkeoehuUv. arsenate of load and seat'red ovt-r)f r '
oet'urrcd. and l nobody
ran accouet for the peculiar event. While the }purchase price has not been the field are effective! and oiv on i i.-al. : WHEN IN STARKE

Somebody! KUgg-vted I the egg !'lloul.ll.c mad known it is understood to be approximately Two or three treatments will!! kill most

sent a3 ?i0,000.; The of the and .
a iwswit to I'a>tor lussell.JACKSON1'Ii.L'olI : compprytaking worms prevent unnectsarj1e :
I : over the land is organicd/ as loss. Keep all poultry away from th, '

I.ol"C' Haven Stock Farm" and it i iI is poisoned bait. Call around and look over my line of Hardware. Farming Implements '

; ( I. I the intention of the im-
to
Horatio( liis1'ce
: company
War' Ut this- : city Veteran! of the Civil I mediately begin the cultivation of the. I'lrXH'1' (;1'Il.FOIm.I of all descriptions carried in stock. My line of Tools, Plows and Culti ;aI -

for ntt.'dtat! l', district attorllf'Yfrom land and within a few months a model! !I tors of different styles including Disc Shovel Tooth Straight Tooth
the \'orthem hstnd of Florhlagress "Hog Farm" will have been created. There will be a basket picnic am I many ,

Isfifi to 1C;.', nwmlll'r of con, It is generally admitted that hogs: can:'I political speaking at Thomas .choo'1 Spring Tooth and Combination Disc and Shovel Tooth, is complete. j fj t tI
from Florida house on April :!:!. Everybody cordially
from 1677 to 1SSi i,, i| be raised there cheaper than in anyplace

and in FloridaY for years a Prominent figure. in the United States, owing: t() invited to come and bring wl.ltilIl.j sell the famous Webber Wagons, Mowing Machine, I Ii

oh lr\l circles. died at his: the fact that forage for the growth ol f It:' 'kets. We are exporting al 1

summer home in IixfieldMaine\ MonPARK.Th. .. hoes can be produced there every da y, the county candidates to be here aml Rakes, Hay Presses, Gasoline Engines, Stoves, Ranges, EnamelWare :

day an illness morning ot bt! week, llo\\nJ P:: in the year and at low cost. I I make speeches to the people and m1 h; I and Tinware. ; I

born or several 1 weeks. lie wa s I have some of the state candidates: w't 1

and came in Canton to Florida, Me.,in May lSt j.1st' 183.'I'i I j I'EXS.-\COI.A.-The new; naval dirigible us also. II. II. WILLIAMS. DeWITT C. JONES:1" 3 YN

; balloon recently brought here tt) J. II. MATTOX. I

AVON I 'h(' goverment aviation station for usL
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FRIDAY, APRIL 14
1916.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA.

FOURBradford -- -
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'I POLITICAL ASSOCSCE ESTg. respectfully -.. .tit jour iuj>port at th Tw
i i ; dissolving fertilizer i ri- than one inch in length (72 ocratic pnmal June 6th. I promiM if (L?*
the plant not more
feeding I 1 Car heading gerr.e t-w se4Lie! &the lAW direct. -
ENGINEER this t
Telegraph and crickets and CHIEF .ill be pablnhd und'-r !
County killing cutworms from date of receipt until the pnmary election _J.ILOORP.I ,
all harmful insects that burrow ana June for J5. A proportion* additional
in hereby ar
ri deposit their eggs in the ground.A i chance will! be made for additional space fractional re-election r1nrl.mlf.tie cf toantyi u a Cncd f
I counted ant ; flee
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I Local and Long Distance Phone strawberry plant, counting both GAINS 40 POUNDS I inch. par Announcement of an inch fees being are payable in R ad. i, er for 11 'nrt; of > P..flrd ar I,

_ Number 40ri the stems and the ? will not varied.I |lubjHt t tie !Ion t;1'm
leaves !
I. sides of the j : I ance and this rule_ b If ttt. I .. at a'l: ti-n-t for'
myriads of little hairs with which theyare :I t"r the( t<<"!''e of Ilraf .or eu"f .
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I CLERK COlRT. i S. T
Published weekly and entered as I studded' has probably five square I I I respectfully!! announce my candltaey for f ___ DWuxc
3.. feet of surface. Wet a paper having 'Almost Lost Hope of Getting the o-fice cf Clerk: cf the C\'cut Court of I FOR COMMISSIONER: IH X
; at the post-office", at TIC
class matter and solicit: support .
tecond and the B-adfordi Cour/y. your I hereby a:;> jr.ce rr.' :f _
Florida. that area, expose it to the sun j Well-Takes Tanlac And the r.nmar election to be held en the 6th day | reflection: t,: e '!ice ;< cndt,t
'A at Starke, wind and see 5 how quickly it dries. 1 of June. lf<18. I am encouraged to enter this urner for N. Starts).
: : evaporation from the plant leaves Now Feels! Better Than race by the faUernlot.. rt-cened by ithd-ew me at the dut e. f t. tt.Ie c'lce '-.,- new W
MATTHEWS Editor and Owner the ifct : time I have tried l- .
; Eo S. tl"ti.n. t.jj; .nl tre -t J
I and supplyit
to
-. going on all the time, !1 He Has in 25 Years. !torn the second primary in order to prere d 'tnct aiJ 'L.. eoura' :aWitfc IIUMt
c H. E. LAGERGREN. Associate! Editor the plant i compelled to spend much anr,.ny of in friends the party whe a well were! a otherwise the rroffe'edsurport obhea'td t.r.ne. I q I.( ha i I i : that I eu :
Utter service- te f.tTand
substance! which should go to Thw-e if
its ,
of : during that ca-nrai/n haml I shall lerta.ty always f' -". r
Whither oar soldier-; put Villa out : making fruit, in making roots to reach j "Tanlac, to my mit,d, i.- the greatest : ji flt'" ,wna the Oiel will if and I am cor.elected.ijra- best for all ti-.eern, ..l.i 4i i .:"t a.Kit d-b.

of condition to d> nte harm or not 1: ir.to the sterile subsoil for water only ;: ar.d grandest nua.ui.e; in the 'r.i.- nTh.nnn COUI'O'atter.ticin recorte I urdfr my [I'ersor.al care : the \..t':>,f th d.'s J. : _af the 4I

thf expedition has r.ot (,oen in vain. :, rot for findi:6: food. Weigh a pint world," said O. II. )!anc.IT.I hief I-urkicn svaU exer I* open to InspI.n ,I -- I DEP.u

Villa! is ui.ly one of -evtrul presentor : of strawberries! j-t: after pickii.g, ; Engineer of the Life & ((a-uaky Bauu- i 14bhc. Rispectfjii H C. RICHARD | I hfnly aLs unr, ', '. 3. rancid:

future bandits with whom we may 'i then math the terries and dry them irg, Nashville, a few day ago.I C' ."t.rI.ur'y l"nr't.I I. -..it|' r.--t: r .Ir"- 'rt., S f
:- later or !' the When thoroughly dry i "I have taken { i.Jht' bnttifh< I 'run.by announce myself! a candidate for the dcalrt: i. th'f
expect a Lru h sooner or in sui. I : : .. -cat t the of Cert! ,,f the Circuit ( I I'J _
perhaps with Carranza himself. We weigh: them again. The weight of the continued, and have actuanj: ;:a"It.J 1 sjbjttt' ( to olet the a
I i.ow taking si&ik of our resources, j]t dry rt-fcidje will; Le: found to be hardly i forty pounds in weigh'. ai.d i-..., rai .. ,-:c., at the prmar election! to be held Jane -my aLI.ly. .V: M tPIFF
ire
< Bradford
of
the !
'. to to speak, and gum a valuable I five per cent of the fresh berries; so i stronger and better than I h.-'. : itjtwen.tyfive e' ."V i '-14 .,.r'mt and pope earefjl attentiOn role ('0\1 ''f5'lfSER I.BTRC S
eoun.w. ..
:7 kr.ovilfcige of campaigning in Mexico; you can see how* much of the berries '<:ar.-. '0 'Htr but of the ,:IC". I rtstectfally a i. County I hrrtbtrounce(: f. -=iorr. I>i-* .

"t.! the holdirg out i'0.\er of our men and i is only water, and, therefore, how r.ecessary -I "For two wars I have ...jiTti'' wIth ..x t tr.eir .upprt W. T. WEEKS. Brooner and OI 1 Hrmpton '. I ->rJ-trt-r < oT.y lofiri.|

; ; off it that the plants have a _. the su.rt .>. th0'. r athe dtmoeaainrrary
is
horses and our r.(tds j in theray the worst kind of stomach troaint' aidi -- K- ..

.! I' tranp rt..tin. Campaigning in thatt 1! s'uflicier.t; supply of water. When you i mdigv-tion; ar.d fell oT in weight fiom E. 1'. T II .V G .\ R D FoR nrIUqST.TI! -of f.ROtP Bradford ONE.County : if elected::o b ci- .my on d:-} a; _:.0onnMX- and pm _

r. country will hereafter not Le experimental -': ell your berries you: sell ftrtilizer, ki: <> pounds to Ii*;:!. I am r.oI.ack at OF MliUOV' ('OL'STYt 1 1. the. F ondaI :rtie- -(! : A, I;. ;'RREJCT..

bat We will\\ lave ::Im<:thil.g to !but wt'n"uU sell irrigated! !berries: :i3i2; which is alrr.o.-t as much as I SUTL andidatt( iiVIHTKtiUER for I h. -.Iy announce r-rmraion r"y-: <.,f a for candidate the o-TIce IIPOI' j, I here'.v a"'June J -myf a t

babe our calculations on. So far our ''voj sell, beside-, water, which cost i j .veigl.ed; before I was taken sick, I In the :Nett lUmorratic I'riman. .f -re-entatire ONE for of L'radf' rd County. Florida! : County Lom'" -iontr < .. I' .'ne candit f
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with; duet ar.d little to and it will more \our Mippurt t\ ill Appreciated.. the action of the Utmocratic pri.D.ar' -"H.m.to" Ii.sir: art \ P. ,
soldiers haw l.atte.J! I 'oaQ' pet ( Aboutix week ago I got awful bad -- .I.-l I to ipectful'y ..v.' the -'.' r'D..
--- - -- '. eH.t.r
_' thirst; sOOn tie/ rainy season will Lepm than make up for the cost of the fer off, and called on the doctor, and h+' COASTSURVEYINSTARKEOne I r"-i.ctfao'icit Yf held:! in'! June.the support It' of all d.: in :S he' :"itnari'd. onani ll I

when miles of what: is now dry tilizer. told me I had an ulcer! of the -tomach. f-at.c rctop-: and jiromise if nominated and faithf cnrr-ri ji y-, rum '. .f ci....t d my
-jch
>)- with deep water. -; While! the Eaiop'an war last, aid : : t !.T.H desert will Le covered and if I was not careful it might turn: ''t'e JOE HILL WILLIAMS.I in eontinJini.u KOIA tf. "y contict3

; I for :ome tim alter it ends potash j into cancer. He gave me some me ii- More Government Monument uict I. tho road. J E. ADKS3

j I will be very high in price laid, peihap;, cine. I ddii'tffm better I I hiivtiy announce myeelf! a candidate in -' .
1 to j.et any re'pre'.rtatie in the State I I wkh .:o iff "',' c' i-is of C
i One for
: SOFT SNAPS. be impossible to get at any price. But aid '.';a: afraid to eat anvthiuxcejt i Given City. frup 1."i-atuR.! subject to the action of the \ot<.reir I. mlo-I"n.r. 6net N. "'. I am t t
there an inexhaustible supply of it _____ t-e democratic primary eieition held date for County ComrnLr. in and to, n4iitnct
is i
i i a 1'Hlt oatn.eal and sweK n,1L i t b i >'JDJ.VJ us '. : the d

Some people think that a newspaper -, in the ground if it i dissolved;: out. but IM .-pituf eyerything I could ,i L.. : Fri-Ly! : a paity of the U. S. Coat;: on fut!June attention Cth. to I i.rormw the duties if elected of th office to i\e and car to 'I'rmar: t-ln-jjin.: t tl J :.-. ;.c .!f.1 I
!
valuable t 4-Kfully u -rs ,
: fc a tonvenw.ce to le used to i, Here again irrigation will prove I j jj*: opt going do.\n! hill, and got and Geod'tic; Survey passed through UM my utmost enda\ol to fur the beat I the prom-e(,fle'I) !. 'h viev. f'' =e.ng the bmt."

-: !light their battles at any and: ..t all i as growers cannot afford to let \.'t::.kel' mil' weaker every day. I got ; Starke taking levels.l They traveled mttre-U of all corcered.I D. .F. McDON'ALD. tereeta al'cQn< d.

... times and rcirard'esof whether or i the ireneration of p:;ta h to top on :0'1 ih-heaiTf-ned one cu> I told my cm- by two gasoline cars, stopping: about I J'I.REYNOLDs.' .

... rot the proposition' exactly: >uits the I uc 'oji't; of absence of rain. j-:;:}' it Inched likI woull ha-e to every :5i'.) feet. The leveler! set up his iien I &ta...f.thi.-H'aiiford rmir .cnun'j! of anr.'mdnl tat I am to a the candidate cit--I I h.11 ly V-.mnc- :' .a, eand'cit f
I '
and its makers. I liver- piece cf land is so ",-Ituated to h .'J elaborate instrument: stood by I f.. .. in droup; 1. jbjettt the ofT't t. County I. ncr for D
: \e
ideas of the newspaper 'J : .:. !i.|. mvjob. J J.-.s trying ; a man r p'pr.m j -net No. '<. Van.jun. .' .c, i I win

They are ever and cttn.rtli lominj: r that} it furnishes' a sit( for a well from! I on though as log; as I cou; !,!, fr I ..a'la ; him with a. shield to keep the wind held the on action J\nt<>of th the If I primary am h n.election mJ with to el"1t.i be*- 1!i irny bt.t stT't3. to .'.," ., .: .tnt and t
f i Ian, ,
forward with some lIel'rn!po-ition hich the water can V-e led to a dis- family to support, and I made up I !1\\ 1ar.J another held an umbrella n I romise to eene )ou faithfully.I j County j.rovtment at .tatatectr 1 run. i' t.: .t'MJ an. ;
I !i"f
for their own particular benefit and in I tance, thus rot compfllingtr.e grow- my mind\ that just a? Irnga I could o'er'thO! instrument man's;; hea.]. On a .I W G._SEALS._._ your sur, ort 1.1 the t' TT2LZ.J: .pima, f
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their own selti-h minds tht-y think a I jer to use the same plot for Lorries I drag myself around I would stick; it I car sat the recorder, al-=o with an um- -RPRi'UT\ E-GROUf TWO. '. H D. MAT.. ;

newspaper is fur their particular benefit -I year after year, if he wishes to irrigate -, out. !. f1 Irella over his head, printing: the numbers -j I I rn r, >y .my> a candidate in I -
hiscrops' GROUP TWO for romination for the of ) 1 f.frfrb; a!.'..un trat I a Iscounty
in boosting. Some ne\Y: paper- but allows him to rotate "One( day my wife told! me what she called out on a Ilarrett: adding I i R<'rre entative in the ittris'atu. from uCI P"SuI -j! (.omtloner l : :I.!..'- candidt o I

S men are so gullille as to swallow the I Sweet corn, tomatoes, potatoes had read in the papers, and what the i machine. Some class, eh ? Those who I I ford county subject to the action of the Dentoeratic rrepectfu:! ,-,icit the -': t .f th oteraa
.' t \ handed to them, but others cabbage-all orts; of vegetablesfiourih about Tanlac '! didn't kr.othe throusrht the '. primary election to b re'4: on June the comma y"inrary f. < n ard premise I
neighbors ,
soft oap wer5ayin: ropes S ; '- best
{ thanwithout I 6th, lilt. I n-pectfuly! siet: the "upport of \.Ittd to ear : T-e inl
,
: : -well the enlightened ones in: Florida! i Letter under irrigation and begged me to try it. She had read government spent money foolishlypampering I al.ter at said li m rtic .primary sad \ of all CI fCer-.e I I ; M _BES_ "_ _

vi b i are daily growing in numbers.: -Kiasirr.mee it. Even in a normal season about a man who had taken it, who I' the surveyor;: Hut: the j i rornire faithful di-chalf of ar.d my flection.duty if I -4. FOR IlPRIFF.I -.

Gazette. I there are alwuy* times when irrigation -I de-cubed! my ca-e exactly, and he wa- 1 wind shield was held to kep the wind ;j am honored with nomination A. 5, CREWS. h.r, I y L, ince!r' f a candidate f

: 4- i will!! prove berefiual, so that nogrower I getting lot;; Utter, but I had tried ail from shaking the instrument and _, !.!,cti.. .. '.h" r.r i ". 'P'" If Jrme
OF MATH., : e-taUi-h-! -f P-a.ft! Ut I' '. .r'5 n. ,
FOU UKlAia! : should! be tardy in i fu the Democratic t. r- CotinfjI : ) : t
i, belief kind of medicine-! so I didn't have ( thereby blurring the sights i ; the um1 I I hcr.hy .nn'.ue. mv-'.lf a Candida's for deaered t. !.thr".j .','. rry duos a

:.ing this improvement in the : much hope of it i.oing;; me much g- .
.
the genial '! that :it not I I.e needed.! I I (; T.". and r.--p.-tt1'! :: -t>L CA the ..|>port l f Llb.- :. rLt that I e .
Jordan may the
Bro. Adrian 1'. ide had told different parts unequally, and mll I ., ,
!
_. I 1 + | >-> < my doctor already m"I of th. ""tlt in the r.mint pnmato b here f. : i.'d "'11': "' ... cming
editor of the PusiU Lord; I[If raid, is I would have to be operated on in order I umbrella over the recorder was not for he'd Jun.oth. !II.' I pn.m-e. if elected, t raf. r" :e- t-cte'.l I I'-" a coed I"J
POLITICLItLACK) \ LKfiS.: ; careful 'o tic du'. of the of- hrthcro! "i:1 :. .I' '" i h ktur
the latest newspaper man to Lecome a to get relief. Some'hing jut toldm i the man but for his, delicate adding I"'" al.nt. n I : J
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4 to the bt inte ret "r t1-" ; ;'V wherefor' 1 i' etf : a'5' ur
of cat:didate for oi: <.e. He aspires to > though it might help me and I decided machine. The members of the Coati ;: tee E. 1 CROSBY. ( H. lERL lo

; the position;: of eiretary of state and El-f .'.here in this i--je: the Importer 1 to try it. j Survey do not favor themselves: but --- - I --
FOR CoUNTY UPLRINTE.NDENT. I This iillounce t< 'he c- :ena of Bni
f : would discharge;: the duties connected I Star puHi.-he-. a i.evv story under a i I \fter I had taken it a day or two I have to take care of their instru- I!I I respectfully announce mrlf a tndidt.1!. ford ct-un'y 4-at I am a .a- '-,w for Sbert

.: I thnewith Uficn-itly: and! faithfully.' Jacksonville: date line which appear-, !: got ,-o hungry: I just simply had! to menTin order to do accurat. work. for the cfficr: of SJjwrmtendt.it of I!, .Lrl.'Ct! ; tact on of t1 d<-."Cratic prna.'i

c his record as follows: I' in thb.ko's i-ue of the Tallahaee i i The had stat ted at Cedar Key I PrM"11 county and oct your support in e't-cti: < n'. !.'iMtnJ'. : rT. I rd!p cthljI
believeme party
rives did and
I ; oat, and I eat, you can i| tht .ltli..n tO hrld on the Ath of I -.l't to < "'t of h i ', -< at thtwlirimar
I I "Horn: in Alabama, attended college Record!, that there is a plan afoot I or rot, nothing seemed to hurt mea to take the elevation of the land above I June pral'. 'lo. 1I.odnl Tnvef! if elected t. > inl .r. mi"e a f:. fr. ". .::charge o Ik

: I I in Virginia; afterwards< tausrhtchool j to import some two dozen hired poLt- I particK My wife said to me, 'Tan- mean sea: level from the Gulf; of Mexico -!II faithfully discharge my duties.O, L. MI7.ELL.! I, duties cf tr.i* ffice if I W.am J.tc'ol EI'IERSON.I .

I and worked on newspaper alternately ical oratois into Florida two weeks ; Inc mute helping: you,' and I said. :1 to the Atlantic ocean at Ferr.an- I _ _
I
Yalaha Sumter county, I the for the dina. I I announce .e'f! candidate for I $ FOR SEN.\OR
.- !ly; to prior to primary purpoeof I'I guess it i ifrom the I am eat- hereby my I
t way I rerely : candidate
i r I la., March 1">, l' 77; ; ; taught .-hool in [ campaigning' the state in the interest ing.' \ The members of the party were:. the Instruction office of subject County to Su Ornt.n.l.nt action of the Public democratic i' State tn ','Announce> feint th t-fifteenth Slt I

that region of! and on four years; in I of Catts for governor. Since "It wa-n't long before tho-e: awful I George I). Cowic, level man, chief of r.rimar election to be held on Jane I fuic iBrJ"ord: count> ,ufcjtct t t w

the mercantile bu-ine-ss about four j the rnov (.n ent is alleired to be father- pains in ny! ston.ath and the small of i i party; Carl Rbvold, recorder; In wold of 6th.the 1916,' .1 at respectfully said prima solicit the S'p'r}' (primary tein eie.'n'.:atic to votera I* held expressed on June
I years, balance of the time edited\ td by the Guardian of Liberty, aec-, my back began to leave me. Then I I Ill-void and\ Floyd Glassford, rodmen;. I "ter !F. A. SCOTT I j lllltlf\h'!! ,IiCt the ipfort of the wta

.. : new-papers at Wildwood. Oxford,, Ii itt political organization, the double noticed I began to sleep letter and Neil McHougal.l engineer and Jules I _me.f candidate for 1 i tention ti> f#.>ry d\tit and of r"TH"e."ie office my if fathfid r am d I

lirooksv illf, L tsburl! and Punta Gor- purpo-e ito, elect Catts I governor and I would get up in the mornings full of I Kuchar., umbrella man. They are all ,! 'he
I Ii da, all the while BOOSTING( FLOR I defeat Nathan I' Bryan for UnitedStates I !life; and ready to woik. The medicine young men and have their headquarters -: lie In-tructiin subject to the action of thl. -
To the Ikm !'a'lc i (
[ 4* I democratic primary on June 6th. 1916. Pledtr- 'ut.Brdfor ol
I IDA.) If this scheme is at l..awtebut today or tomorrow .
Senate. actually -
seemed: to take hold\ of m" quicker ': inc to the 11,1. promt. courteous and careful I I henbynnunr. .ac.tacy! St
"Put up the first school building in I contemplated it i-. one of them than anything ever saw, and braced I they will move: to Jacksonville. Theyare di-PI'eh { I bu.-me if (1-tEII I rra'or fr t Bradford (-'.rutty. tleetdi I
foiemo-t in establishing r.sp ctfuJy;! "ohcit the of [.r.mi.yo i faithful r r. tiiance of my to
Wildwood and was; hard and efficientet Ih.
diabolical plots ('nrhatt'hpd working \'oter
first high school and building up, and! is certain to result in friends about Tanlac and hope everybody of young men. E I'OPI'ELL I' :.. DR. VE. MIDDLETOX.I .
at I.ee burg. been in this th' returned and : I hereby arnounce myself for re-election to -- --- --
> suihtnfe a s has not seen will hear about it." Saturday y ran a I MEMUEir CHOOL HOARD DIST 1

I ; "While editing a \w'f.klat Wildwood country since reconstructive days. Iti I Tanlae is old exclusively in Starke portion of their line over again. In' :,: of the Bradford office of County county Superintendent and respectfully of! Schools solicit : I ta'n. tmethod tc' thank the wil so t ''
.. r the first elitor'in Florida I Bradforl' CK-.nty for t>confidence that u J ,
was its to ('heekingup they had found dnciep- your rotes in the June elected. I
< not \afrsreratirg portent predict jby C. p. ('a*on; in Lake Butler by a primary. I have 'o"an' m. in re-electinf .
t to make a vigorous and persistent attack that it will result in riot ar.dblotdhed. Tominon-! Iaine:; Drug Co.; in Homp- rancy of a fraction of a centimeter and i. trroxMh will endeavor of our to schools boll and in reau'ts inrna-: and the benefits"rat to the m..nifitid'.rl't of )1.nIL.-- of the School Bod .

.j' on a railroad vOmlany.Vitnes- Republicans and negroesof ton by the Hmpton Pharmacy in had to find out if the error was the in.strurnent i to the children of the county. for flirt ; in -uic. -n.n and at the e* .
: ; tmutd sjho.'iition: uf fnendi \ _
es: Frank Harris of Ocala and I. E. the North the high moguls in I man's or the recorder's.While ,I F. G. SCHELL j of many toy ."*"
t l : 'I are Lawtev by the Cah DrugStore; in ----- ---_ i nuunet mv'J f Ia ca'iliddte for r1
:!. Uarwick of Palmetto. the Guardians of Liberty, in which organization RaiforJ by the Weaver Drug Co.; in Starke they :set a monument -I FOR TAX : subject to *if rrmr.l.ct.n: in lon p '<
; COLECOR. !
II
i Those he has l-rnefitted will not forget I the ea-t side of the Seaboard. I announce for refer my i a-t recon a- an evidence
: : 1 I' a large number! of Florida and in Worthmgton: by R. T. Taylor. on f her.b what vi'll im> earmetT..rtin school _

!, him at the primary.-- ... I Democrats) are ;aid: \ to have enlisted. I -Advertisement.HON.! track and on the north side of Ninth, I, firadford. county fur the. subject office; of to Tax the action Co'Iecter'!: of the for i I! tert in 'hi {fiture. 1 \ Kit'KL1TEK.MEMKEr5scHOOL .

i have far street, on which will be later on. Dtmocratc: of June 6. I -
; IHKICATK; YoUR UEKKICS. Many good people gone so as prirrary li16. and promise HoARD DIST. XttJ .'
to look with calmness and equanimityupon marked the elevation of that point I if >:ecud to Kie the office my time and I To thi. vi. r=-I heniiy ann..nre my UI'liLac5
JOHN (;J. WOOLLEY DELIVERS the Respectfully.! I
I PI.e my .en'c. fo' r. :nbcr of tl.. Board of Publ* Iftruct -
above level. Through the courtesy
The nefarious
.t thiorganization.. sea B. M. DOLLING.
.1 t know how LECTURE. I >nn f.j.' Di'trict No J. subject to t
It would be mteie.-tirg to plan whkh is given publication todayis of the chief the Telegraph! wi beinformed I !''nomination ,.f the primary. If sucwaftl I
have I tike thi!> r-ethol of the .
to
'. much our tr.1wl.'rry growers; but an advance indication of what a; to the elevation soon c'tizens of B'ad'onl county announenl : nniisi n. v u my \(1 M1 efftls to a
a can- '
!. lost from dry weather during this, season may be expected if Democrats do not Hon. John G. Woollf\'. of Milwaukee as figured out. This makes the third j d.d:. for tho office of County Tax Collector.i \the uiiJvp a'l-e' -,V* is education respect i J.iy:in Bradford c

': / compared with what the outcome I rally and stand! aa man against the I Iim'lion I assisted; by Dr. Geo. W. Morrow monument erected by the go'ermer.twithin i t'jt'.wct. primar to the ail to: of be the held vo'ers on June at the dimocratic In- I' X sohritl ROBERT

I would have been had the precipitation of Florida by thihorde of I spoke' to a good crowd at the Baptist Starke. The first was set in malinl juncvrrent I refer to 11th rtc- I wi-h :} saytoh-c.tera of B. '

been normal. A law of naturerefer-, Northern blaikleks ar.dcalawags.! It church last Thursday;: evening.For Ho:; and\ gives the latitude, I!, ,' a< trea urtr of the county and prcmiel county that. I am a c ,nddat. for ilcet*
!
: longituteand l theame careful a> a meniirfk of the Bi>8'd of Pubic
i to the ire of collector lt
t rod! to in the IJible, detreos that everything thil't true meridian, of the att.ntion for Di-Tiij; No. art I if elected
John 2.
is a call! to arms; and should be resented -one years G. Wool- point, i.f I am honored with eU'Ction. I pl

must tend toward making: the. by every man who values principle l Icy has been a prominent figure in the the second was se by the canal survey -| U V\. HVZEX. I fa fully thfwlnAiee M lie/. your to upr ore ,and t at al!the and eonuM I cmli'J!

weak weaker and\ the :-trongtrorer.! reform work both in the about four and gives the'.1' ofU'.e.. for
t Irejuolice.-Urlar.do ReporterStar. temperance years ago I hereby announce rry-nf a candidate fori mary lyl* 'rhanrng you J

I A plant weakened by drouth falls, an.' I United States and foreign: countries. elevation of another point. the 1''le. of Tax Co'lector of Bradford coun- favor___,.' _ _J._E._ DOtGL\
insect.and fungoid diseaes ty. >-uhi-.t to the of a .
i easy prey to 'I Herbert Welch president of the Ohio Through the efforts of the Coat ,16th. l'l'5. and "o'ic't!' I"'m."rtie tht -ulport Irnla.th. June J l MtMHI i SCHOOL nO.-RD DIaT. NO.1

and cannot produce the quantity HON.() A. V. LONG. Wesleyan University, said, "John G.Woolley's !survey, the: national and state geological I crat'c J. VERNON Dmu, I 1 I ht rtb> annunr. m>>tif, a candidate Boarf I*
that healthly : re-eltct Member f the School
and quality of fruit a : '
public addresses! are pas- surveys, the railways and other COUNTY JUDGE. I )"tr!, N ;3. subject the action ..f"j'l
in t
well Ml plant can. Also dry sionate and powerful pleas) for right- sources the topography of Florida, I I )u-rely! announce m>elf a. a j mcicTuic :' rimary election to le Wi

weather the fertilizer applied cannotbe Our fellow townsman. lion. A. V. eou-ness. Dr. Woolley is a great ora- from ha"ingheen the least known, j I for nIrctiun to the office of (andi.at.JuoI un.tth. n-pectfu: elicit the support*
I benefit of the : of county. subject to the i the .f. said pnriao election.i .
di : ohed for the Long, States Attorney for the Eighth lradforll acton of 'utn
tor and be the best known of
a great man. wi soon any of the I..m primary June andpromie i # CHESLEY FOCav
.9 plants. Judicial Circuit of Florida, went to There are :2,900 counties in the Urfit- thE states. In this respect Starke ha. ', if orate elevted to give the tth same It daily! at- | I hertFy.jnaouinvcif a candiit! J I[ ..

After a good shower aprotracted I'.ron-on la-t week to attend the first ed States, 2,000 of which are dry coun- been as much favored fs other: i I tention to the duties. of the office in the fuI -j J "..rl.t.-'fVltmbtrof the Board of Puli"
any
ture I
m the [ a=t. jstruction ti D strict Ni. 3. subject '
farmers a
often hear
dnvith! we circuit of the spring term. Next week t j
ties. There are 700; men in this country point GKO. A. GARDINER.I u.n of the, tominj pr mary. If elected
say, "This shower was worth a he will attend court at Macclenny, I mise conMUfntious in the int ''
working exclusively;: for the cause 5t\. !
hundred dollars to me." or two hundred and later will represent the state nt hp'ily announce myself a candidate for the county >nd the district. and therefore/
of prohibition. Dr. Woolley said it Dollar, Unwrapped. Goes; Through I the oICI of County Jud 1 and respectfully solicit ,:Clt.r *.tlpor. r,. .tuUy! k.
theca
I 1 dollar*, or fcve hundred. as the circuit courts held in Starke, Pa- was up to the church members to quit I the support of the voter at the democratic .. UB\ l'lHOLSn..
be. Then why not make Gainesville Mails. pr mary election to held -- .
latka June
and
e may I b on 6th. I
: pursuin, the: book of Revelations and I Mieve I diil I > T-X -,
? my \hen I : the office OK \
showers through irrigation The Judicial Circuit of Florida hd SE8a
: your own Eighth I befo-e If I i To the '
I mobilize the Look of Acts, then: and am elected again I give an I e 1's r of ; i
It is singular that anything so ob- comprises the counties of \lachua.I not till then will nation have good ATLANTA, Ga.-IayL Uncle Sam I I h..r..ralle aol I conscientious di cha-te of the i, I r.my sinee-. gratitude aid W*
\iously bent-fitting a,; irrigation is not I.f'Bakpr. Bradford and, Putnam our isn't. honest! dutiis of h office T J. DEKLE i. .ciation fir the very -mj consiJcratita P"-
I furniture _
_
lows. lIe spoke very encouragingly of com I n.e in the... . more generally i many
I. tank and a s-hed can bo had in the state. mails silver dollar I I henl>y announce am a elation f'r County As' '
a I a witha otiel
pump unwrapped, t *
.
places had given the County ', *
liberally to causeof Com-Tii rnt-r fOr Dtrict: No 1. Tave- iild I again elected r j ja
for about :S'JOO to $2.10:! -the price of No\ember, 1: 0'*>, Governor; I row- two-cent side and vuUrce I'r ) I
i I > national prohibition, among them stamp on one or I I and! 1,1.! -tine voting prt-cmcts I ear- !\a>'> Ii: $! me on the ready to
forty or fifty mites of -trawlrrio* I aril\ appointed Mr. Long as; state attorney eing Rartmv that for the other a tiny bit of paper with the k, ntlvolic:.t .. .UI'r.r of the vori of the Ust setlce.tjf wh.ch' I am arabl. J1
and! gava a pled/e! I di-tnct, pJ..hn. to faithfully! ; \r in.;yN .
discharge
.selling! fr.m1 to $ > a crato. to fill the unexpired term caused and address the .
at
the
I I I ?1.000 and St. P.ter-burg ?:J.:! ::>00.I This name of recipient. duties of the office if .!<-*. :,. _. .D WAINWRIGHt!
it would pay for itself, aa rule, in I by the death! of lion. Honj. P Cal- shows a vital interest in the subject. I J, .I. UL.\CKWFLDER.I I 111'r"h' ..nnnunce nu.ilf- 'a.cindiJate! .->,

one soa-on, n< it ronithat we have houn. Although ore of the youngestmen I BOOSTER EN\ELOPES. hi. --- I I' o.K of .* AsMSor ur BraJfrdcounW.Iject r'f

come into a cycle: of dry springs.Tho I e\ >r to hold! the important poition. tliction ruy to announce the oYe.m i.>f-r'i."IMy a randi.latt t'ommiseioner for r, June to.'. 'i!".: .l.m.or..tl'r".! n.i cit to b ads' _
l"Ti: !
.- 4_ I \ of irrigating i is his .TilE i SUMMER SCHOOL() (OF) TilE fur District No I i I'roitenct. ana t .. an. car. > f th :
modus oporandi i ho di.-ihirged! the duties of I l- l*lieved Iv a njmU-r" of i>t">on- thai t l'al Minei (I"f t>- t\-yucra'ic ..t'N at .:
j very simple. A well i is 1.01'on! the ': oiilce: with ,.uIh ability that he was ap- I UM\ERSin: : OF l'LOillI.t.Teachors' l t.wi.'tr tflvekjis pri ,trJ some time a:<) work luricir; fait-fai'y my incumUncy 1 hate .endeavored. to ', ii'ednirj >..-elf! if e.eeL fi jrive JBirood .-
tv th Tttrra! h and u-ed for t. mn-t du *. .
| t'n.i\.ly t> thi my >tnc ;' :4 tnfjl t.r .c lit :..t.u.n
highest: point of the land! mtondisl! for ': pointedooral yearlater by Governor I bu-mt-B- nun of Sta'ke havt ken Uncnca .- ant r'I''I.. ,f -e-t-lectrd to continjitr> -. 'It S jC.BY ,.
A koro-ore rngino I a. an nmtnt of the town\'r \V,, I to th. U-t of 1.1) auehty.' and ccsNctftiy ,
strawberry i-ulturo. (;il,hrit. and since that time has ad\tr th.1fu. ,
calledto !:
attention i
; < hereby favtlit.-n the-.e envelontbji I -.:.ut >oj" -\1 i iirt nt the- coming ( ;'l-ZERSiSflR: 'sf
I vvhuh can \** had\ for $.10. ami i; al-o! nn-ened! the: appointment from the unusual ard "-plendid! \ opportunities in on1!. r to ato ii, this it Ho will I, n'ce'arv for ii,:l t'nmar .A. U W1LLIVVS. I'I't ani IC a S* 1h.lat.f" .. ..IEf15YR.\TOl| _

pump lift the water into the tank. The I Governor; Tramnwll.! It is an unusual to hal. an or.|.r f.-r ".n.r! thojeandt I : of -U"- rie', Tof reg -I ati
f I otfered them by the Summer I II ,-ha':! i 'I( (OVIMI-MONCK l ... .
bo made j IMirial: to har from ixin! who wou'e! jRrT >;I.:, the v. rnyjMt ci r I M "r.for r
and tlt
i is the ground i of ability I
tank may recognition men's merit and
\ c on ; i a school of the University' of Florida. Ii'f: to have th.tnvdw.! .. h.r. py ann..unr. mti:: a -UPHI- I;-a\ giri. car 'j: attention
I 1.
of brick, mont.hoot iron or plank. :: when three governors unite in ap- I which opens on Ju"e the lth: and continues I nunilur of urd.n can !I. b.,i'-d w.-utiri'r1 wil 1.laPI] "iPu: : County!Un.Comniiioner and for' dtrc No. J II alec duti' ,f 'J: s (.:iel n he t.*-t and .
the onfcr! : re-ii-ctftlly for *
I
At the bottom of the tank i is a valve pointh him to so important an ofHcois at an early '. T-i. I'" of the c the rict the uppon of t:n'lt to so if I &electtJ;
:, r for t'ij.htw'ks.. <-.n.1.! .. "'i:t b'i''iJ I per thou.an.l.A !! i vOters of the district It the comm priI -, h rm. J C. .\. KXKH _
thn'u11hkh the water i is:; allowed! toflov : mary. If elected I } -
states attorney A faculty of l > specially well qual- I 'I, pronuse to d .charve the | --- -- _.j
diti.of
first into ore furrow then irto the I the o"Tice Im 2 Ua!). and to tave I I IO'\roNST\liI.E: III 1T. NO.-L.. "
\ the laid i I 1"\ time like this demands ified instructors will conduct the GOOD; FAMILY COUCH SYRUP.. the interest of all the I"pl.aW8\e' at hi'art. I I t.t 4.is mih. .' .,-,r.. 'jncinr tcitze |
next, and so on. The j-lcpo of I mind hearts work. which will con-ist of R J. A.NDKEW3.'I : f -.a.t-v .' ,-' a cmnaul i
Strong: ;great truefaith a great variety Can be made by mixing Tine-Tar. t 1.
furrow tol ? N't
\ the eitiro -
does! not allow ("r"II" .i and! fn- I I' rt .
; i and ready hands. of most helpful courses, as I I henly .. 'ertW* '
time but the water I new Acoiti Sugar. Hyo.-cyamjs Sas-a-. arnource myself a canldatf for to thi "" n ( the 1- -' .
l 11*' filled at ono Men whom the last of oil'.ce! does not well as; th::! regular standard coursesheretofore fras C.'inty C./mmissiorer in and for No I reid .i Ane ":>) I -ctfuly! $' i
the lowest When Peppermint, Rhubar.; ila'e HutVr! : _. attflitt.5
I runs iiown to part. 11'ac : and VVorthmytont;, and 'n ? pr-m .
( this part is sufficiently watered! make kill; I given. Iadrakt Cap-icum Ammon.ia .. H.- "y 'olioil! the U"Ir of the \'oter at or.urlf ie. tini, el-c-Vd! JH_ LOWtBfOKCONSTTSLE
Men whom the spoils c>f oiGce cannot Teachers who attend the full term i the 'ltm'cr.tic I'rlmar election to be hell HIST. NO. ..
HotToy and
I .. II
little dam! higher! up. for waterhe Glycerine. I ih pea! .. :June th. I rromie if fl '
,
a ; elected to give t
the
buy; :jwill have their present certificates extended ful (are I np" "uly! ann. rrl to
The ant, healing and! .1| and
raises attention
the next portion above. ard so on. : soothing, thf, e"l"e..niou to the duties of .;;tar>" ..kt No fc;. II! it I am a
-I-- watering bo lore at any time day I Men who i>oess;: opinions and a will; i for one jear.No phlegm! and gives almost instant re-.1 the ofire. C. ,\. ROiEPTS. I for Ui '.I c*.r of C. r-- ,' .. m ard fWjl,
( i : can Men who have honor; men who will I tuition whaUver is charged. lief. For I !ilrirt <: I am e.- .t.-t I will "ve jattention
or night; and a portion of the patch convenience of those whe( hirely announce myself as a rand; I the dutu f tK officeJCOB .
mollit' watered each day during! dry I not lie. I Board and room SI I per week.: prefer not to fuss, it is supplied read}'. I! c'ate in Comnnmoner for the office of County, Commis'on. :>. J JOHPIR .'
District
X .
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-.. weather. A twdw-wlr'. can d:) We are justly proud that a Starke For full particulars address! Jr.o. A. mad-' in 2.;('. bottles under name of r | Lake. Kutler and VV. hinlt'J) ,votinir" --- .--( st'RVEYOR- -

I occupies this prominent and re- i Thackston. Din cf Teachers' College Dr. i dl-lrlrt.ul'JII. to the : of Slrnl' 'I.n ..
the watering. man i I
the pumping: and irar>ge Bl'g Pine-Tar-Horey. br' voters at democratic I h..t< annouM. nv.rfSo a ranJlr..t

-4' .. While some of the water sinks downward I ponsibl position, aid the state is to Gainesville. Florida.Mr. had your druggist.: Insist;: on getting If *!U-cte duties aeaiflC
!, tht greater portion spreads! sideways l lit congratulated! on having: so able and Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey and of the office. W. R. .LlERI Jr. ".<:unt will .I'it.I am past deC ,'

and is sucked to the top of the trustworthy a man to stand for her L. A. Yates, of Tallahassee, see that the formula is on the pack- FOR COMMISSIONER DIST. NO. 3. I duties fear .."scding ftjor The to tl. .. ".r-,..>'tf 11 the. .

l""*.. through capillary attraction,. rights. spent the week end in Starke. a. ((3) I hereby announce Biyself a candidate fr the cvr.iar.r .< I Cvunty Commissioner for the 3rd District anJ i ; 1'rmar : E K

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FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE FIVE

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NUMBER RIGHT GIRL TIMBERING MINES IS COSTLY NOT BURGLARS. BUT A DOG CALOMEL DYNAMITES I + + + + + + + + + + + + + -* 9 and If. Sections 25! ,
WRONG ; : ,,
I of 5 I + LEGAL NOTICES
Range r-;... 20 East in
Blunder Must Owners Compelled to Put Millions of Odd Discovery Made by Detective in A SLUGGISH LIVER + + + + + P + + + + + + + + ; > to elect three trustees
Operator's
Telephone I New York Mansion Solved I &Amount of millu!{e to be
Dollars Underground: Every Year II
Have Had Some Place in the
NOTICE OF ELECTION'S.Slarke. .
I of Operation.. II Great Mystery. Scheme of Things. j I Crashes Into Sour Bile, making :; .'A.. :March 6, i iTy

\ the 1>O..t'rs'flt.d in thi-m by the ft. F. C. SCHELL,
A year ago last Christmas eve my '' Nearly 90,000.000 cubic feet of timber J "For the past few nights" said an You Sick and You Lose j :law.f K;..rua. the Hoard of Public In> I. ry and Suix-rintendvnt.

minesof electrician who was called to a Fifth mm ,.f Hrudfunl: county authorizes :!
in the anthracite
fiance and I quarreled! a foolish quarrel are placed Day's Work. rid il-ction> to IfM\ on the lllh I __ 0
Pennsylvania every year, if an estimate avenue mansion to look for wire trouble -I a : .\prL I''lfi. the ftllowin named ] .' '
but it ended( in a broken engagement i iCul..md i at ;: i> I ELECTION.:

and be Immediately! set out for in the Colliery Engineer lately according to a New York corre- I, triit Ir'.h, >
spondf-nt of the Pittsburgh Dispatch: | a. \ : ""ar the West. Just where he went I did acquired by Coal Act'/ that the amount salivates! lt',; mercury. \ I Ias so ai to include a'.l of JVction 7 I lurt .
: | > by i"\; r an eU<-
of timber in anthracite mines is approximately "just as the family !pot into bed every Calomel in Town.hip 7 I: 110:) north of ry.fr
not know (which fact grieved me more acts like dynamite on a sluggi I : I : chiol hou.on the 23th
..
ilrct! Ih"- tru-ttv and to dvttrmine
cubic foot for burglar alarm in the house went off. I .-,.Inhl.hl".f.
than I can say). one everyton I-h lixiT. When calomel comes into'contact .t'Miunt of miHaire! to K- as&'d.Minagtrs. I 6p
of coal mined is correct. The tim It frightened them almost to death with J. U. liavter. J. .\. Al.Lott. (.iertion of three (r
I disconsolate but bile
months was it crashes i the
For four into.,, ; am'>url of milla e
bered gangways and drifts cover a at first. On the second night the burglar ; it Ward.Sampson. t .'undari,. ot said d
the following Christmas I Journeyedto causing cramping and nausea. I I City, April I 4th, to rlt-ct s
vast extent. exceeding T/'f-O' miles and alarm did the same act. So they j If t.Mtt and to d -t the of Commit e ng at NB
Denver Colo.. to spend the holiday I you feel! bilious, headachy, constipated > < < mint anvur.t ,, aioni ':nj geetion
called in. After Ia",'. In I n.-M's-cd. Manatccrs J. K. 'ne.
all *
the closely! timberedhafts with their me going through ,
with an old school friend. and all knocked out, just go J. C1. Kaulvn--n. ,1. I' Hall. n r, ti l < nc" along fan

On Christmas (>\'e. while gathered miles of heavy guide timbers which the house I located the trouble by to your drupgir-t and get a [,) cent I! :.starkiApril. 14th. 11C.! to elect three C Sec.iction:!t.In. :::!. thence north
nee
: must be constantly replaced form a chance. And now what do you sup- ;' bottle of Dodson's j' t-s and to ditepnine the amount "f !! I "I'
around the grate exchanging stories Liver Ton which ..... 'y county atnorth to
litaesed. )
lo Iana" E. S. )Iatth
large item. The total output since the pose caused this state: of affairs? AsI i harmle.-s substitute 11 acini >..'lh'l. ,. 10
the telephone bell rang. and I, being s a vegetable for 1 1 D. K.: Knight L. C. Towel! ..
: nearest the instrument, answered it. beginning of anthracite mining is over was seeking the cause of the bother dar.gerous: calomel. Take a spoonful j rnnideiii'e. April. 14th to elect three : : : 'i.!": and>, 17.: t Jl and and such
t-r. and to dttermir.e the amount of 2
I I heard the wire startled 2,500,000,000 tons. while walking across! the drawing and! if it doesn't start I user ... : ml F.-
The voice on your and to a--es"il. ManaKrrs J. J. lid 1\i\ nJ; *
me and then set my heart to beating A billion tens of water or over 11 : room off went all the bells. I took :r-traighti-n > ou( up bettor and quicker I j I .1. Harden. C. S. Clyatt. i j 'n'o. J. inner. Jr.

times as tons the coal up the flooring and discovered a nail i' I' I I'inr IIil. to eltct three tratee* ,
many as pro- than calomel and t F. G.
triple time. It said "Is this -, nasty without making I id* termini the amourt of milaif;!! to he 8(1 ELL
duced during tho year must bo pumpedout had born driven din'r-tly between two sick --id. Managers IV.tn: f .rar.
27CS? to which I answered. Xo, this you you just go back and get Col".n.11 ( -
of the anthracite mines every year. of the wires scrati-hing the insulation j j \. Ii!. Surrency.Koberts I -
; Is -, 27C''). Then the voice said: i your money. : KIIPOKT.
. According to the chief of the Pennsylvania and when the loose! hoard was walked I If take calomel j i-chix-l houe.r.r:) 14th. I a'. Fla.. April I.
"Pardon me. madam but may I ask you today you'll Le i..t three tnMefi and to ditermine i 1916
department of mines the timbering upon the nail pushed down made a !I rick and nauseated ; I! -'fl-.Int of millare to I* a.-SI..t. '-.f the ciru.t ert
Your voice tomoi'rowesides \
who Is speaking reminds | ; y. *. on account
I t'. I'. Ifoulx-rly. H. H. W :liam G. F. .\ lori
than' I :; .
short
circuit .
is and the bells .
an even : mer-
greater rang 191'
me so much of a very dear expense ; it may salivate you, while if you take niiin. > year .

friend whose voict- have not heard the pumping. The cost of placing taisI rily. Over this loose board and nail i| Hudson's Liver Tone you will wake up I l at-tine Hi school house, :April U h. I <} It.: M. IM.VLING.Tax Collector

I vast forest below had been placed .skin On I tl"i clrct thrie trustees and to Unninc l
i ground a tiger rug. f('..ling' full of ambition
great and '
since a year ago tonight. i stagg.'r'l | tiMount of niilaie! to 1-e assented. ) : l Prop.

_ The surprise and the unexpectedness !:. ing. {II this a massive St. Bernard dog made ready for work or play. It's harmless, i j jl XV. II.: Iirinnt-n. J. I'rannen, J. I). ( j I eounty_Proper_ :
!!I The cost of the material is given jas a comfortable bed. When be would j jmove I 1-onjr Bri.h.I.ril! I iii,. 1'loi.! to h-ct nI0.59.l
of it all nearly took my breath | I l pleasant and safe to give to children; j $ .
l !r -h''olanav.: rs S. C. 'n''':;. J. I:. .\ :
i; :1' about 6.5 cents l'pr cubic foot fbrI about during his slumbers his j thy like i it. : I
away but I was finally able to say: ( M-IK ) !! F. Uinfroe.I.ittl. _

. "Well. perhaps I am that friend." I I j I,, round timber and i 0 cents per cubic\ great weight pressed the nail (down I -- --- -- :,. Sprinire. Apnl Uth. it't. tn I I II ;i 1! !' \.,'aurmly 9,<45.82 I

said I 1' foot for sawed timber. At the lower closing the circuit and arousing all !I Registration Books Will Close I thr i* truj-lxs and! to ilitrrmintthe Drainage
What else cannot remember -
was nuliaire d.
ton* a.ta Manay-rs I i
but what I do remember is that figure this would make 90.Of-0.ii.Mi' cubic \the inmates of the house in terror j I May First. Register. I"f 1 ,,"..,.. I{. IS. l n..lxTt... S. W. Uuliosi. !i iYinult I ,. u_ ____ ____ 3939.15 10.543.928.C5

I, hour face face feet cost $;;. ;;IJ.IoIII). In addition! to this. ;j jthiTe This would never have been discovered rbilt. April 14th. 114J. to i-l.tt u u .
within an we were to I ( t irj-tiis nrnl to dt-tt rrnine the I
are millions of mine ties, and i| if I hadn't accidentally stepped I ') L --_ _
reunited again. and both inwardly j: ii;;,, to IKasMMiiL :MaraiMTs J. I .. -

blessing the operator\ who gave Jack heavy white oak is used for the mine !j jI i on the right spot and I would have MAY PROBE BORDER RAID. i. i I'flraham..<-. U I. ('.'nnir. T. :M. Norman. 'mty and 11,1 Bridg and f
Ar-ril llth
The of steel which been dumfounded until lylfi. Maraift-m I .- _
cars. use timbers today. 10.9tJ.15:
number. ;it-l-t XV. T. \\ i iN.w u ---
the wrong |I I rts. a.Iin. (I. W. l'>a! _
We have been: married since Janu- ..| are being adopud on account of their I I (Continued( From Page 1.) 1{ \.r. April 1 ith. 1916 tol -ct I ,. 'hun u -C53.53i .
,. ,
tru.-t and to ileti rmint the amount lor j
ary, and no one could be happier. longevity, fcr main gangways. turnouts '! COMPARISON IN MEN'S FAVOR i iI ;iace to I,,' S.-KI.-.MI. Manni'irs J. J. i i Uh,10.9,92. j

Jack often "I had the pump rooms and shaft and slope Ii l'amthe punitive expedition and ('\'(Irylfurt S. It Cru-nii. r.. \\'. Amlrews.Midway. -('citure FunJ.
says: wrong I II I nnty Fine and ,
number. but I certainly have the right bottoms will add to the tutal cost of !.I I I, was mat! to get the troops oil AIT I 14th. 1618. to elect tf i ___u nu ___ 4.10X79
tru'tt.nI to ilttvrrrim* th.amount -f
little girl."-Chicago; Tribune. j mining for the next: few years but will : Writer Asserts That the Female Sex.!'I in good) shape Col. Siocum and hismen le'to I.e ass.1Managers. U. A. < 7 j __UhUU_ 2ti.i

j I effect a final saving. Most of the timber I Is Far Less Conventional were nnhed across the border 'i W. Spiers, li. Ar.drews.. -i

1 now used in the anthracite mines i iI Than _the Male. I I and are in the vanguard 1 of the force tru.-li t.altlrain.Iril: s and to determine 14th I''IS.the: amount to iK-ct uf -School Uhunu 3.8:3.6 j
WERE CLOSE TO THE ANGELS I
is yellow pine from the South. I pursuing''illa.. ''ave to Ua..i...M'd. :Managers! E. :. -! : '".l"unly School
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I The reader may differ from mehut I The (_. Ieman. :M. :M. Critlb.. I ----_--19.130.P6
received \
war department has .uu'u_ u_ 1143.67
English! Soldier Somewhat IrreverentIn I I believe that woman Is much less Kaif.-rd.. April 14th. In6. to elect 0 J
scores of stories giving different ver- I tru-.t,> and. to drtcrmine the amount of 1
Describing Alleged Occurrence "GIVE THE BOY A LANTERN"Sound conventional than man writes W. L. i iI I j I ions of the surprise attack. In addition !ap* to l be assessed. :Managers A. D. .\ '"* --___ ---- --1SOU7.29:! '

at Mons.W. (George in the Atlantic Monthly. She .j J. C. lirooks. O. IS. (,"It..n. Pol. __ ;.
they have been told by "ex- Lake: Hutlt-r. April 14th 1916. to elect '.unlY 1011 l. n I jJ
r Advice for the Farmer, and does all the conventional things and j ._______u_--- .
'I perts" as to just why the machine tru-tees and to determine the amount of .
it B. Trites. the novelist, said on Also Works Well Along the attacks other women savagely for lane to tie assessed. :ManKaers H. J. .. t
failed when the 1.072.00
to work American ;
guns C. J. Kniuht. 1'. M. Padgett. uuu "--
his from the Lines of Education.A breaches of convention. But will S4S
return war: you .S..hol
troops were trying to drive off the Lawtey April 14th. 1916. to elect
"On the surface it appears that Eng generally find that where a man may Mexicans. Statements of supposedly trustees and to Hetermine the amount ol I : Ivtal{ Sub Sch'-I..10'.1. 1

land in this war is showing more respect writer in one of the farm papers with impunity break a convention he lau'e to he 8.-St''s..t. Manaptrs J. H. : uuuu --
responsible people that the American Dr. G. W. Brown. T J. Terry.
than Franc for religion. Thus, has a suggestion for fathers who will not do so. while If secrecy is troops were specifically warned of the Heilhronn prini-3. April 14th. 191S. to *- .Bond-.Districts.- 6,772.96 I

in France a preacher got three wish to keep their sons on the farm. guaranteed, a woman will please her. three trustees and to determine the 4.566.49 J
nearness of"illa and his men and of millat-e to lie ase-Red. :Manaeers t.L
months recently for preaching that the "Give the boy a lantern," he says. self first and repent only if necessary.It that no precautions were taken finally '!mn. Drew Redd'sh J. E. J. Wainwri .- 118.25 I

-4 French losses and defeats were God's His idea as he expands it, is that the follows that a man is conven- Managers canL e a small sealed box '* .
i i led to the determination to hold inquiry 4,443.14
an oprnini in .
an cjt it and to bring
punishment for France's wickedness; boy, once the lantern is his own property tional because he respects convention; or nrd.ltdn. Fund.
It is alleged by ranchmen who tally nhi-ets and return to the tTite at
__
", but in England! the papers are full of will make his work pleasanterby woman conventional because she Is at the m tintr of the board :May 1st. : u'.ttUnding 8.891.57
land and stock in Mexico that the I t 531.00
; j reverent discussion of the Mons angel i using it. lIe will do work before afraid of what may happen she does own trusti'es elected are Quired to meet the -
ii inquiry will unearth another "army at this meeting and receive their .. .
, legend-the legend of the white bandof ii i dawn and atter dark more cheerfully not obey convention. I submit that and estimate sheets to be male out -/ _. .360.5

. angels that protected the English i because his lantern takes away the this shows a greater degree of conventionality scandal. ne\t school year. I a. W. T. Clerk..
.dI In Washington the situation is not
troops in their great retreat. darkness and the sense of drudgery. in man. F. G. SCHELL. ; R. A. WEEKS.
looked upon so seriously. It is admit- :;i-lo--t. Secretary and Sup .. Clerk
We do have lanterns Deputy
"Now these things don't prove not in the The typical Englishman of the A
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France less rE'ligiousthan England.! city, but the Gary schcol system world wrecked on a desert island ted that Col. Slocum's explanation has. NOTICE OF CI'ARDIAN SALE. j .\o"iS-FOR-- -TAX-DEED -

They only prove her less foolish. For gives our beys something to light would! get into his evening clothes as failed to cover all details! but is believed Thirty days after date hereof, to.\, CHPTER.
rI1 that over-confidence and the 17th day of April, i'1.! I. the '-.... j '! ?!' FLORIDA.
their lives with. It shows them that
the Mons angels' and the French long as his shirts lasted I do not 'I
yarn : as guardian for t'lmer :Nipju-r and Annie : i u'len that T. J..Ahh-r-
preacher's vaporings have nothing to there is something in lifo besides poll- think his wife alone in such circumstances feeling that Villa would not dare attack i ii"I>,'r. Minor heirs of S. P. Nipper '' i .' purchasers of tax cer-

I.tIt parrot study street corner loafing and American troops lulled the troopsto 1 I will apply to the Honorable Cto.; .\. I the 4th day of August.
do would low cut dressto
with human
wear a
religion. They concern -
: /,uid
I inactivity. It is admitted further \ County Judtre of Kradford County cer.iSc.v.p: in my
t.ct.. stupidity And England has always 'tte perfunctory search, later on for take her meal of cocoanuts, even hi. otfice in Starke. Florida on the date ,.I'eaa'on; I. r tax ueedi
"a job" It is a lantern that shows that Col. Slocum's command was luckyto written for an order to sell at private i ,"* v it'n 1 t-. h il rrrti- S
o if her frock buttoned in :
been friendlier to human stupidity up front. I ( u _. __ __
i.Y. II them what is suited to their tempE'ra'mellts get off with so few men killed ami J I the one-thirteenth intirest of timer :-: iT v no t.' .1150 i-
than France. lu.I.t i and the <>n.-thtrt.' >nth intrf>..t fir .\nni. (***! county. Florida to-
.. i. "1 met one Englishman, a Tommy. and tastes. Instead of looking .. .. ..," :Nipinr. m.nors as -aforesaid, in-the" ;; Section't i ; *!. 3). S. R. :-' ::. The 11
tlf :- : forward with dread to the day Uses of the Line Telephone. I I di-scrilnd lands, to."it : Lot 12 and i ".,1 l at the 'late vt is .1
. 1 ".- who treated that :Mons angel business A man was telling! us that down in !half of lot Ii. Section :.11 and the West .l- in t n,' nl"of t n-
when they must po out and "find a Books Will Close! : ,., .
tJ. right. Registration of the southwest quarter of section 3'-. I itifici'.e < : .1 J.
I.i I Jcb," they look with eagerness to the the country he stopped at a house that t.... r.-hit 6 south of range ::11 cast < l ? >. ta *: I.t "And did you really see the an I had a line telephone and while he sat I May First. Register. I :. III acres more or less. i !,> f V:>>. .'..0 I'. i'-5. r,
gels?' I asked him in Calais estami-1 time when they can use their knowledge al! this
t a there it rang and forthwith there was March 17. loJ6.o.m5.! G. A. '; j : -nature an. *- g
I net. and their skill in lines of workto Guardian for I'lmer Nipper and Annie : il l \ .* I'M',

eft'ttf. j which they have become attached."A a rush to it, notwithstanding the I ++*++*++-H-++++++++++++ ++ II Nip'H-r. minor heirs of S. I'. Nij>l>.. I f 'V. :.w' :,;"
'Sure sir, he said with a wink. l l'hrk.
number of rings indicated another + cea-eil. t
+ ;;
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!!If 'But: were you near them?' I job" becomes "the job, and _ _ = | I ItvfKs.: : : a-
r I the is for the house the Columbus tOJ State Jour- + CHURCHES.BAPTISTRev. + He: i.\ .
job eagerly waiting boy. i l..rk.r
:: 'Near 'era sir? he said. 'Why, me |I nal observes. Hut! that made no difforenre + + NOTICE OK APPLICATION' rOR TAX -
New York
Mail
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JDi and ; Herebv r.otioe i is i.'i\en that J. E. '
a palo' mine was so near 'em that for i
much i.
they wore just as + W. A. Fer- + Purchaser of Tax Sale! Certificate-i i:1. !
3 my pal spotted an aunt o' his among interested in what their neighbors i j n-10-cti-.tly l : I I. 4.:,. ;;n. 6!'. 7::;. ;6. -.! i : \ SAID

, It 'em.: The First War. I were saying to each other, or what + rell. Sunday school, 9:45 A.of I';'i; and I.'!. issued by the Tax (' .. i: :

= I The first writing known to scholars + M. Morning service, 11:00; + I Hr.idfonl County. Fli-riIa. each of the ,,
t the dealer had to say to one of i '
I any ] c. rt iciil. I- 'in.' ditid the 4th da> of
.: As the Years Roll On. was the account of a war waged between them. They never for a moment questioned -: + Sunday 6:45 P. M. Visitors + A. I>. I'.MS. ha.- filed the said .. j SMOKE IN THIS

I.31a- ". You remarked fatuously the other hostile nations in :Mesopotamia, i i iperhaps their right to listen or the + cordially invited to attend.c 4 my II!:'..' and has rrade application "
31aLI. 1 I .1..1 1 to iMi.in accordance with law. IfJ( THE NEXT.
day, "I'm just as young as I c"cr., ;;.n-1 R C. The first battle propriety of it. That was one thing !I 4- + ail' certificates. nsT-vctivdy imlraci-s

thfJI was." i was that between Cain and Abel. Apparently -j + 1 lowinilands! in P.radford County -' .
Coleman
L 1 I they had the telephone for-to listento ( 11fiISTIAX-W.: II. j -
I a-", ->< d I at the da'" of the i issuance
Oh. have been
men always
you're If quick
.nee no. not peopleweren't
. t.nl1. young ;i what the noighbors were talking + minister i'lvaching the first + I I', rtificattin the names resjx-ctively) Old Reliable
riforl too polite! they'd soon undeceive to settle their differences l>y fighting. + af'er
about. And it was not such a bad + and third Sundays in each j particularly set forth to-wit : j
You The first warlike king is said to have I I 1 Certificate :0.:...
you. have been so busy ::1 i ml.races the NE'i I
thing as it seemed for it tended to + month. Forenoon sermon at 11 "'I '
'
leading been Osymaniyas of who I j of Sictii'O .<. Township 4. S. R. J2
a successful that you have Egypt rule out all nean and unkind talk and + and evening sermon at ;:::10. + I i 4" acn.... ae..-ed ('has. .\. Prinvle. CIGAR

:1101 dio'1I111t forgotten to notice that your successful passed into Asia and conquered Pac- establish propriety and courtesy as + Church hoard meeting the first + I (','nit rale No.ci a inibrac. all.f! .

> life has b-v-n led. Youth is floutIng 'I tria in 2100( D. C. Palamoies: Hac- I North of railway in iVkleV :2ml add to V
tho rule of the + +
At each month.
telephone. in
any Sunday Loyal 1 IHutiir. fM-rtion :31.
Township 3. S. K. ;
\\)1\0 I'I you every day. Youth is through gos is mythically reforted to hav rate, it saves everyone on the line +' Daughters meet every Friday + I a<- "ii-ed Hattie \ ',Piams.e ( Havana) I II

J1I c with you You appeal to it for recognition been th*> first who ranged an army from the sad effect of scandalous talk. + afternoon at i o'clock. Ladies + I j I rtificate :\,'). 43; embraces lot l: ,I I
i I :! kle's :!rd add' to LaVe Hutler. less -
a and it laughs at you. i in a regular line of battle placed sentinels 1.
There is nothing fiat so contributesto + Aid !Society meets the first Friday + way of rail""iIl.cti"n :SI. I

: You still young? You? No, indeed! round a camp and excited the'soldier's the: morality and kindly bearing of + in each month at 3:30 p. m. + I, South Ranire ;:t). t;. A.i-essid Hattn- iiy the

f1 Look at real youth pursuing its fantastic vigilance by giving him a I Imnis. I
a neighborhood as a line + + I
telephone.Men school I
Sunday Sundayat ,
every ,
J 1sf : preferences; at Reginald \Varne- password. This occurred during the I I c rt (Irate No. Srt) mbracr N' : of .
+ 10 a. m. Everybody welcomeat + j Section lo. Townshiii 5. S. R. :22 E, so
ford, engaging: a Zeppelin single siege of Troy. the date of which is a.--. --.-d I C. L. Peek. j
,
1'ft + thee services.EPISCOPAIrRe. + !
Who Are Winners. Ortiticatc No. 6'!' embraces ?E' of | CO.
handed, in regions near the sun; at variously estimated! at about two j I PR
4' + of NW1 ,. S.cti.in i!I;. Township 5. S.
The who win land does
this
Otto von Weddigen leaving his brideto thousand five hundred! years before :i men ( I E. li" :,cro ,'-*,-d 1'nknown.j .

; f3rLC carry on a desperate warfare under the Christian era. not mean simply success in money i + \'. A. Osmond + J j c. rtificat.N.... ::. enilracisV'j 6f ; I &3EY Prop.

seas. I getting i are the men who are human, 1 + Worthing, priest in charge. + t 1"of N\\" ,. Section :!. Township (; S. ,
; East. 2 I acres aS--b-1 James I:. ', .
-15 I L'5'I Do you honestly sympathize with Porpoise in Long Race. open minded with very little of the '
them?Atlantic :Monthlv. preer.ing peacock fuss-and-feathers in I] and sermon, 11:00 + ;! of NE SYrlion 3. Town-hip 6. S. R.
Four the prayer .., .
porpoises, largest ever < 1" aPr < '"ed James R. n.ks.c --- -- --
housed' at the New York aquarium, j I their make-up. They do not declaim j I + o'clock. Evening: prayer and + rlifk.,:,' Ni.k-' ('nlmcI"t, : 3, --C_ _
j from the housetops, neither do they j :JT. T..', *i-hip ft. S. R. I* E. 70 acres
Pineapple Cures Hiccups.One one measuring rine flH.'I'r(' put in !j i. + sermon, 7:00 o'clock. Choir re- + I'n"n."n. I liburance
1 insist on being: it. They do not act i I
of the thousands! of suggestionsof ; the center tank recently. They no j i |! + hersal, Saturday, 3:30 P. M. + d t linite N. 112 .embrace Ms I /
cures which have flooded in and tall: as though they were nine P-loc). 11 in Worthin'.'ton. a.-se'' .'d c 1
upon !Lit the i ien 1 + I
sooner water than t1l.starte. 1 + I but FIRST
feet Their CirftVate No. 13; iml'rac.-s E! of nce
George Scnft | high.: fi.rce is plain and !
gig. of Spring Grove whose what looked like a race. J. hay: !; | + METHODIST-Rev. John A. + ant SW't <.f SE'i. F.ction 4. TO\l'n and will be
I strength had for weeks been wearing quick simple and direct. They" live: ,,I :i :$. R. J1': I:. !IL'O! IIcr... assessed n. C. I n t

away under the strain of continual of the aquarium foice, who Ircught on time and not on credit. Their .: + Ilendry, pastor. Sunday school + 4'. -..! .'araNo.. I1-: imbraces SE1 r>( i th*.. alert to I'ro-
iiJ then here said robabl had :, and W'"r .. I I
of they I ) a NWl. an.1VI.,. 5 .Iinnt.
promises are trusted and presently I! + at 9:45 A. M. Morning ::erP -- ;. GuanuiU-e
hiccups : I |
%d.1Vt appears to !have cured him. hunch that after about: WI'laps: ; : : : i "' l.S I: 2J: E. 2-ii acn", assess* d 1
Senft was about to submit: to an the world at hand conies their way i I + vice, 11:00:( o'clock: evening + C VitVi.. ; -it t.-i :I) pa a
.
they would! catch to an opening out
up l'nl.Ih. sail certificates shall! l-e .
operation and says to them "If you I lease. + service 7:30 o'clock. Junior + \ ten policy by
wh'n a l.-ttor came from a to sea. They circulate from left to I' I .J! [tcrrdinir to la\<'. Tat Ped will i \;

f. Baltimore syrapathi/rr. suggestm-! ; right with the + Epworth League, Sunday 4:00 + ii h '.on on the 21th Hay of Apr.l!, .\. I) : s-ge.st in a firatI -
sun. '
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I .
'r.'- ':h day of :II 01 rrh,. 196.
:1.or tilt'teil that he takn four tablespoonfuls of The porpoises were caught;: in a net Ways cf the Opossum. + P. M. Senior Epworth League, + I \v. T. I 5' '')etimes means

. Pineapple juice. I I at the fishery of Joseph K. Nye at I The opossum i is a nicht; prowler + + ".* ail of h y fire

-in uPlo**IIi He tried it and to his delight and Hatteras. They came "'n the Old Dominion usually preferring' moonshine for its j + PRESBYTERIAN. II. G. + I -- t-t.; By It.'EEK. Ilepnty i ii I[ : ; l -

IJIt amazement tho hu-cupin** stoppo-1. liner Princess Anre. I forays. When ready to boar yning + Dennison! Pastor. Sunday + I : _ __ J } Starke ,j

.0. Press.-York (Pa.) D bopat, h to rhiladelt-hia; Their racing diet will b.j :20: pounds the opossum makes a r.f-s-t of dried + M-hool at fI):1 lj; A. M. PreachP I I NOTIC": OF .ri'i IC.TIo'c Wit T \\ .\ -EE a,

. :i of trosh' herring apiece i i grass in the }hallow cf a tree aii produces + irsr services at regular hours. +, !I t'NOEK: ?rTTIOOF ('J( \ 1 -4--- -- -

IO twelve or thirteen Hind nakedlittle -H, I. \WS OF FI.OKIIU. !
The last r-orroise in the a'ljuarluin ;: / -
. <<# r Morning service at 11 A. M. +
. ;
tJ1a 0 Made Cood Use cf Long Life. ]I lived 21 mor.tls and 0 days and ate ones, about half an inch long. N' 'il'.. *.> her, by irhfn; that 1). K Ir\ -CASKETS! 1
+ .
T-ViUiam + Kvening; service, 7. Visitor vV-a.-r of Tat C.-r'.ilcafe ';n. I"",. | \
,rthto :1I! Wallace ?per.ce of DaHl six and a half tons of h rrillg. ] These sheaces\ with her fore feet t cordially invited to worship + th- !I-I .j.\\! ..f ..Lulv't l>. 1'2.! hn- \. ; full iire of

tI'1IT. mere, who died recently! at the age of I and hero each little one clings to a i r"ca'i in my e'tTic. and! rai made ,
.n one + with us.Arrange. + l--r tax di"d to ... in '
hundred ; ca' on :" !
years and thirteen days ) teat. Here they remain until about
I"
Is How to Avoid Faulty: Pastures I' t + i | ;th la'.v. S-iiil! ,-rtia'"t' fmoracis a \ ;. -
said
to have determined early! in two months old When caught! the r\-\ il<**.rrit-n] proitrty siluat..ti"\ .fhe lie.-t ser t
life The other day a certain wirrun +++ ++++... ++ + :
that he would : + + + ++ f-| c< "n'n"ri''I.' to-w: : C. m 21
!live
to be a centenarian opossum feigns death meanwhile _ _
l L. I ricc"
ill! asked one of !h.-i trictns xxu. I ;. t a j '-"m SXV onr cf Madi-f-n; and Mvrtl!<- \ Special I
(0 He was a man of wonderS watching an opportunity to I I XV _.1.! nf Myrtle st. -ind ? alotiir
'lltub..d escape. run
., most prao-iul liure what sfi! :ii trleclaph orders. .
It ful r < !
i
, : determination and will!! power no From this comes the Americanism : Pleasant Memories. _" fl.1I".r.c..' W 210 ft. thence N
II doubt when shf was UUIg tarrpvcr.t h-rs-'ii:1 that tr.n*e Kin ft. to rt f'f Ix ? in : .'-. ;: : I
'I' helped him It is a witty and a keen saying
to realize his am- "playing "possun. I if
.
<" faulty [ to Stare ?r< :;;', Tp. fi.; ? p 22 EJnbalmer I
11 1 l t-on in iri-n assunr.r.p p 'siires: ;1'1! '
I this respect. In other ways ,, I "pleasant memories must be arranged i -aid, !land I..nl! a.-sefs' d at the date : ,
t
also :Mr. Spence was a notable man. lailir.j:! H.t.: lad walking hahlt:11"! : for In advance." The way to have a :---uancp, of such certificate in the

He a11s.-rt' i that as a child she was: n.uirto Took No Chances. t'nVnown. CLONES t
Ltt" came road to look back is to
to happy over
America }
with $ 1OO but I ..
I I'rlf paid certifica'e shall lie '
walking: before "Weel eel, said old I Lt & Co :
practice a mirror one canny : ingston
amassed I
nditis a large fortune and spent it make It happy as one travels along,i cordina- law. ta< Uf.l will:! i i-->'ie thI" r -

,..r for> the public good. for a short time every day. arl she farmer to another as they left the 1 by doing kindly! and loving things, I the Tlth day of April.! A. D. !"1G Fla. ,& ., '1

carri I had to hold a stick behind the hack church after listening to a charitysermon Witness my official siifnature! and I .
and by recognizing all the possible opportunities --I -l
the 17th day cf March. A. I) 191<> =.-' 4 -
ss Poodle Dcg Trees Bobcat. I moIng it slowly! from the waist upward preachel by a famous divine, } for rhof-r :I"" ('('tlr"p.I W. T. I -. -__ Nt.

A .22-caliber and then down as far as possi- I "and tIe's a wonderful man entirely! I : I :?: tali I J ..
poodle dog treed 43- You Need General Tonll"Take I j' .
a a
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Whenever By P. A. .
I ble. I lie got all the silver I had in my "
15t5 ; Centimeter bobcat near the tankhouse Grove's .1-24-51. Deputy 4
There also other exercises of pocket It's a terrible thing to go to
t'lOr'l- city waterworks I were I Tasteless --- ---- -- 1
in The Old Standard Grove's
Parley's canTO "
.... and this nature. Deportment is net practiced heat a man like thon. "Eh man," NOTICE OF EJ.ECTJOS.Stark. .
kept I valuable as a L
him o'f Tonic is
in a state chill equally .. .
snre. siege Ha. :March
carefully nowadays: imagines i said the other, "it's a' that! But I contains the -
.itlf" : the top of a telephone pole until so one General Tonic because it By the powers vrfted in them by the ] '
ot'sicitt e feline Was shot ; but it might be a good idea tor I had heard him afore. So or e'er I well known tonic propert ics of QU1NIM! 'aws of Florida the Board of Public \ Duplicated -

: e&retAker by Louis Shricker, mothers of growing children to revive ganged to the church I tuk all the and IRON. It act on th.Liver, Dnncout tion of Bradford County, authoriiei; .s Puiaved I a
,LY. at the tank-ou8e. according P'o-xl district election to be held at Johnstown OnJer; W,
Enriches tV? an
the Salt Lake this practice. money out of my Sunday breeks! Malaria, v 14th day of April. 1918. to extend the rOFrJVft.fT.P Pttc !
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'&'... r Great Shipwreck Sale, Lawtey, Fla.. : :

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; ii DURIIG THE RECE"H TERRIBLE STORM' 01!l THE SOUTH i ATLANTIC COAST ONE OF THE LARGEST STEAMERS OUT OF NEW YORK WS WRECKED. sir LICK;LY THE I Ii .
I i PASSENGERS'{ AND PART OF THE CARGO WAS SAVED-263 CASES OF MERCHANDISE. NOT DAMAGED IN THE LEAST HAS JUST BEEN BROUGHT TO LAWTEY '
\ t t fl FLORIDA. TO I BE SOLD n T SOME PRICE. WHATEVER THEY WILL BRING. THIS SHIP WRECKED STOCK. CONSISTING OF DR'r GOODS. CLOTH
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: SATURDAY WE WILL GIVE AWAY' 100 PACKAGES OF NICE PRESENTS FREE. BE ON HAND .
FIRST IN FRONT OF SALE DOOR AND GET ONE FREE OF COST.
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} ; MERCHANDISE OF QUALITY operate our own farm--.Cold storage?; and

'i I ice plant with retail markets.-' I
i Come to Lawtey and cut the high cost of living.

.1',t I REMEMBER OUR PRICES ON HUDNUTS GRITS AND MEAL WILL REMAIN You will never regret the purchase=, any .
I' THE SAME FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS, NAMELY
i CVI Sugar Cured Hams at (
.r iicdniits (tints 92-pound sacks, 51.95 2fe{;. :

; Hudnuts Meal 92-pound sacks, 1,90 CVI Sugar Cured Breakfast Bacon at I life, ,

WE HAVE THE RIGHT PRICE ON FIRST PATENT FLOUR AND CVI Liver
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Sausage I2jp,
i YOU WILL ALWAYS FIND US IN LINE ON ALL MERCHANDISE.

C' ; YOUNG MAN, IF YOU WANT QUALITY AND STYLE PLUS OUR cvl All Pork country Sausage at 20k
: GUARANTEE, INVEST $5.00 IN A McELROY SHOE.
.. .. 1.I For the supply of our Jacksonville market, we need your
We have the cleanest and up-to-the-minute line of Shoes, Dry Goods, 4
Chickens and Eggs at top prices. :
Shirts, Hats, Caps, Hosiery and Notions that you can find in the city. i

1 i I Come and be convinced. Call on us when you are in town


t: I i;; Exclusive Arrow Shirts Agents R I R I THEDE, Prnp' I Exclusive Phoenix! Hosiery Agents y ytJ The CRACKER SIX farm Markets


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r.ot it M cor.tnbutr.? to your welfare! everyr.lormr.t. HAVING AN t ;
f by assistir:; worthy enterprise, and I
} de::elopjrsr local! resources.Herce INDEPENDENTTELEPHONE I TANLACand
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jou rob jour own till ard withhold -. ....
r a portion of their jjst: dues from jour family {
.. s; wbr.. you send your deports out: of tor., thuscutting r SUCH AS AFFORDEDBY will have full supply Motion ictures
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our! capacity for zr.ore e: cent
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4 Per Cent. on Savings- J I' II Ii I Every other night at
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Compounded Quraterly Cash Store Iiy "f :
Drug II II
$1.00 STARTS THE ACCOUNT. C. C. WOOTEN, Manager. II IIWUSSUU I IILA v p. m.
'J E. L. Biggs, M. D., Prop. //I IIl good time'for' a dime


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I dise. Purchasing power of money doubled...No Sale could be more We are running these advertising } i': :

uld offer a greater variety of attractions---The popular position these Sales to get acquainted 'I:

ounding counties was never better shown than now. These Salespeople with you, and to do this we 4re

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

to come fifty miles to attend them. Come and be convinced. advertising specials. :},:. i ,
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THE MERCHANDISE STOCKS OF R. B. JACKSON AND THE BRADFORD TRADING COMPANY HAVE BEEN CONSOLIDATED AND
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i HEREAFTER THE TWO CONCERNS WILL BE KNOWN AS"THE BRADFORD TRADING COMPANY. ;. a

! THE GROCERY DEPARTMENT IS LOCATED IN THE POST OFFICE BUILDING AND THE DRY GOODS AND HARDWARE NEXT DOOR :

t TO THE LAWTEY STATE BANK. i>r
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WE FIND BY THIS ARRANGEMENT THAT WE ARE OVERSTOCKED ON FLOUR AND FOR THE NEXT WEEK WE WILL OFFER- .:
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": 98 pounds Aristos $3.70 25 cent cans of Pura Brown - .21 "'

! Barrel Aristos $7.40 40 cent cans of Sterling .32Yz :;:
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24 pound Self Rising Flour - $1.00 10 cent cans of Extracts .09:1:-
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I Shapleigh Coffee, best green, pound .121! 25 cent cans of Pine Apple Chunks .19 !.

I THESE PRICES HOLD GOOD FOR TEN DAYS FROM DATE.

SATISFACTION OR MONEY BACK. F-v tiI

LOOK FOR DRY GOODS AD NEXT WEEK.

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Supplies for Farmers, froma IF NOT, I INVITE YOU TO BE ON MY LIST.YOUYILLLIKEMYYIAYOFDOINCBUSINESS. !'

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$18 FUMED OAK DINING TABLES $14.26 :
$2.75 CENTER TABLES 2.50
$12.00 KITCHEN SAFES '
9.00 ; t
$10.00 KITCHEN SAFES
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ALL GLASS WARE GOING AT HALF PRICE. : '
TIN AND ENAMEL WARE OF ALL KINDS, ALL KINDS OF PLOWS ;
AND PLOW MATERIALS.
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Auto ServiceLawtey HotelJackson W R REAL ESTATE

NOTARY PUBLIC
Florida For Fresh Meats and Fish.A .
LEGAL PAPERS DRAWN '
Full Line of Fresh Groceries---
Day and Night Most Popular Hotel In the City. Cheap for Cash.

the most Reasonable Prices in American and European. Highest Cash Price paid for Louis Hill i

the South. Rates Reasonable. \\1 Country Produce. Lawley, Fla. f
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY:; APRIL n, lilt
PAGE EIGHT .
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.0- 1 I FAST BALL TOMORROW.The KILLED BIG EAGLE --- .-- -- -- .
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Ocala High School team one of ': Tuesday, R. M. Alvarez, Jr., lea: 6; ';... ,: ;

Bits of LocalInformation 'dir the strongest in the state, will playa traveling along! the Raiford road. Sad- I -'--i
game against the Starke High School denly he saw ahead of him some kind .. .0' :;

team tomorrow afternoon at the ball of animal eating something in th >,

park. Our boys have been practicing 1 middle of the road. Mr. Alvarez! t\ :.11 '. Dr. Wi EJliddleton

, during the week and the game will boa ': to a place nearby and borrowed a "he- .
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fast one well worth witnessing.: gun, after which he sneaked up .11' nj, ".. 1I';-'

C"e.rfI"V O.P' f'.. r.. 3.ileui se4rr.re11 the fence and with a well aimed s h'.t "- ,
la nee C..,." anf r.w. NVSH: BOFCHTC.ARAGE.; killed the animal. It was found to I b<- a,- if'I I'I

'ja bald eagle: so large that i it measured 1\ 1

01.< I.. Nash the broom manufactur- I'j, 0'= feet between the tips of the "t. .1" uur Next ; :

wings The eagle was eating. a small: .
<-r, has bought of F. L. Turner thefireproof
J. L. Peek n.ada t'lP'f> 1' : -. Jamie Chan: bah.-r after- I liar-age. Mr. Nash is himself pg: that it had killed.! I 1 ...-1, '.-.t""", l, .

v ille Monday.Jai.s fried with mi-it jupii-, l I'-t an expert machinist and will keep I! I -'."'.- .'-, ,, "I 1 "
be glad to haw a f.mor..- EXPRESSION OF SDII'.UIIYI
competent[ help for all! sorts of repair
: In. tt -- .ii.jr hour. and upp'ec'ate: all
Phil.i"i: work automobile well 1J -
on as as to keepon
,;' t'. Term.thrte d->!!:irp!.' I Senalor
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Monday.Mr.
town hand
:, automobile supplies. Whereas, our Heavenly Father in 4 : .
i His infinite wisdom has seen fit ti n-

[ D. Tomlm-on, of Lake I' ItEV. C.; \V. LAW CALLED: TO THEIJU'lIST 'move Mrs. X. C. Wainvnitrht, mother i
Ella Armstrong, who had been | p
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in town 1Ved:esday. i of esteemed chaplain, Sov. Lacia '
,i ;: the infant son of Mr. A. E. CltURC'II.Rev. our : i- 1
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' ,' CieMvnt last \ through a ''ere illness, has re- -! !I Brown. I
Miss Era
l e50h hi. First, That we as mem- .
: with relatives at Raiford.A. .l to her home in Madison, after G. W. 1.:1of Lake City has 8J.
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lers of M.Her:! Grove Woodmen Circle.itender \ .
patient bad been restored to le'-p! tailed a: pastor by the First
in thi-
i Baptist church of Starke, Florida. Mr. I our "incl'l'e.t sympathy
Williams! of j
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hour of bereavement to our sister and! =--
Law will take immediate: charge of --
visitor to Starke Saturday.Mrs. -----='
that Cued; in His loving kindness
.' -. X. W. Meadows came up from !j the church, preaching next Sunday pray ; I '= ,;;
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... M. V. Hazel has gone \' and mad' a short visit with i and will move his family here in the will comfort her heart
the clerk le
Second That requestedto
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gerald! Ga.; U viit relatives.A friendMedames E. T. Cairp-, near future. I send COPof these resolutions to f.i
and L. C. Hume. Mrs. Mead.nvs a

.. was born to Mr. [ last Monday for Brunswick, Ga. SILVER: TII :.\. I Sov. Brown and a copy be publishedin
son
each of the leading: papers of the
Pace Snith Monday, April \\//,0\ / o
I county.: i
the i
l'atLm.; to Telegraph: ;
I Mrs. J. W. White will give a sih'crka ADA CLYATT I
0. I. Thomas of luwtey d for publication must be sign i I at her home next afternoon -
Thursday C. JANE STOKE, j ,'" I\r ) }
ness visitor to Staike We the writer's name. Communi- the 2'nh instant, at three RACHEL GLOVER, ,
. ;: n the interest of political o'clock. The procCl'larc\ to be used Committee. 6Delicious
Mr. Emmett K 'H..ywnt : : 's will not be inserted unless! for \
needed improvements on the Methodist <

: .... f.onville this week to vi-it for same is guarantied. I I parsonage. All members of the j I AT THE MOVIES.An ) : I

Reading! Circle the Missionary Society -
; '. Mrs. C. A. Marks and W. Morgan has jut received from and others who -interested in I i I I

: r Marks went to Gainesville :' Town, Me., a canoe of pressed the work, are cordially! invited. English; : battleship! was bombarding -
;J.. The little craft i is handsome and I a German cruiser and the latter

iY A daughter was born to : and so portable as to be easily I BmTHITr.: I ship: began to bum and list: toward the DrinksOur

,-' Mrs. F. I H. Lung Tuesday from one lake to another j i! spectator The tlames surged: up the

,. it t.. iii prcbaUy used m<>-t- 1 military mat and the fighting,. top was

-\, Morgan Redding a.d i ; King-ley: lake. Little! her Miss[ third I oila birthday Ilea Andrews last celebrated Friday -- soon i in full blaze.! ; pure ice cream and real fruit flavors

:.;.. were Lawtey visitors to and little grard- afternoon. The little people had A man and among looked the spectators He would turned make the refreshments that :
i nesday. : '. Grace Ford I ;i pale uneasy. you get at our
" who have spent the greater 'I a joyful time playing games until they put his hand on his breast pocket and ,

i3 I.. f:. Jordan was in of the winter with Mr. John Ug-: I were invited into the dining room, look around. Then he got up. j jI fountain really nourishing food; And we

J. Tuesday in the interest of family, left'ast Tuesday for j where punch and cake were served in ]i I "Have'ou lost anything" someone '
dishes and
Trading Co. home in North Branch, Michigan! j i iI abundance. The table was centered: akrd' | try to keep our serving receptacles -

\ : Carrie 'on1PnieJlr.?. I with a beautiful birthday cake on "He's sick said another 1 1I ., clean
t I Uglow a ( | which burr.?d) three candles. I person. as and wholesome as the best
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and will spend the summer in "What ails ?"
.' Mrs. S. J. Sternburg is in you
The guests were Louise Peek, Julian housewife in this her
kitchen.
\'iIle'isitin her daughter, :\ Hopson, the proprietor, had noticedthe town keeps
1 Peek, Jr.. Lester Price Robinson, Eld-
Harbour. man's behavior and scanned the .
\ .. I). L. Phillips and son. 0. J. ridge Robinson Virginia; Weeks Lu- ,
, \ I audience to see if a doctor was -'
prt'slent.
::t Mrs. Dalton Clark, of ,;, of Woodlawn Park, were in .: rile Mitchell, James William Brown- Seeing Pro Campbell, he took i Stop In Hereand
lee, Milton Brownlee, Jr.
\'isitingher parents, Mr. and : Thursday. RePhillips reports the stranger by the arm and said, "Letus
I I). Wainwright. ,; the new road, starting from the to the doctor."
.. and Lake Butler road at his IX: HONOR OF MISS JORD.\X.A go thirst quencher then'take '
a -
"Oh, no, I don't need no doctor." get ; a pail 1

ter Mrs., of W.Green II. Barrett Cove are and ,'and south headed across for Wateroak Starke, has swamp been number of friends and relatives !I said the stranger; '"but I have a pint jj of cream or sherbet home to the family.Mitchell's !
I of gasoline in my pocket for the old
1 week with Mrs. A. Z. Adkins.lr5. will soon be completed all the enjoyed a pleasant reception, given woman, and that there thing that's
to its terminus, a little north of by :Mr. and :Mrs. W. C. Kerce. at their
I I burning will soon fall over this way,
.", :\ H. L. Gray; of \' .. .. I home west of Guilford! Saturday night and gasoline takes fire easily. Lemme
in honor of Miss Sallie Jordan of Ha- I Drugstore;
in town last week, and while git out."
the guest of Mrs. A. V. Long.ll"s. -Good farm hand wanted vana Fid., the honoree being nieceof i
once. Colored or white See J. Mrs. Kerce. I 1I It was easy to see that the man ,

:\ J. T. Wills Sr., came Hendry, tarkt', Fla.tIHf.. Miss Jordan was on her way to''viewed movies for the first time and Starke Florida c
Gainesville Tuesday to \' Brooker where she will attend the Mr. Hopson could not convince him $ -

mother, Mrs. A. F. (' { '.\ (\ OF CM.1FORNIA I normal school for some time. We wish that what he :saw was not real. --- ', ;Fr ;

rS l'I rlTS INTO FLOR. for her success and pleasure in her I i --

Mr. and :Mrs. John [} W.I'IWIIIBlTEH.. .studies We certainly enjoyed havingher 1 + f f f f + + + + + + + f t + : j

Raiford, spent Tuesday lIi with us and will look for her + + 1 I'B. z. MATTHEWS'

Wednesday with SheiLT ),' again. BLACK EYES. + CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING : .
to the prevalence in Califor "
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I \led.1mf'S Fairell\ Johns I the disease known as the brown LEWIS-NORM. i + + + + + p + f + ftt + tfi 1 Artesian Well Driller

I Annie Vivian (;Ir:1:ham. of l lemons and oranges! the State I .tF

I WtI'C'isitol's to Staike last Board: of Florida, at its meeting On April 1th Mr. Elam Lewis and For Sale or Exchange I Have Had Twenty-Four Years -
'-\ ill,' on the 10th instant i
day. : Miss Allie Norman married ati -- '
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( the following rule: j i I the home of Mr. and Mrs. John W. FOR SALE: Ton-ato plant-. <_> per

, Today names will be drawn : shipment, transportation or 'I; Broxton: of the Wateroak section in :!i ii 1.0nl E. Govvin; Hampton.! Ha.: : Experience In Well DrillingIn

,r.. juries of the spring term of of any and all citrus fruits i the of large of rel- ,[! 315t.F01t: : .
cuit ('(>urt. The' list will be Lou.(1' by common carrier, dining or I j atixoa".d presence friendUov.a '. party l>. W. Blackofficiating. .I _--_ __ __ __ _ I Florida

in our next. curs. railway news companies, i, : SALE-Porto I Rico p ifato diuw.1 .-.
I \' ", hto the state of The :1, $l.rii; ) per 1110. J. Man-ell., B..\
I 1"lor-1 groom is an industrious young I Guarantee to Satisfactorily Complete 411
Mr. G. C. Livingston the state of i : strawberry grower of high character.The : 17Staike.. t-I-lt.:
! daughter.: a rg-lI1.t. spent prohibited on account of ---- CONTRACTS
bride
thl'l is a daughter of :Mr. and FUHLEOr.hor't' \\YUr
I end in Jacksonville with :' \'!:ce in that tate of the ,; Mrs. E. B.: Xorman wagon,
and is very popu1 1 nearly new, at sacrifice: ('has E. J
the Brown Rot of lemons and a RAIFORD
Livingston.Mr. as i o FLORIDA
I liar among a large circle of friends. Brown, Newman Farm Starke. It.
('" (Pythbcv-tis: Citrophora.)
The bet wishes for the happiness of --- -- ,
I t. S. IVinurdez and alarm i is felt the eo -- -1"L, '
by the young couple are : FtHLEOnt' hundred and fifty "
i last vvvfk for Daytona to \' '- of (citrus fruit in Florida re- I tended.F.11 I barrels of corn. G. W. Lewis. j

t in'I I r. 1.'t'rna'lhlt-z I I.t\ !, the iivreasing destructiveness: \ RESIDENCE: : FNDER: W.\r. I III. Ii Brooker: I'la. phone _:). 4-1 l-2t. j I1PORTNTTO VOTERS.Citizens : ,d ',.nil r. vA

Starke Monday. \\' rot in California and it is i -- .

i that the introduction af'll ('s- FOR SALE-Nice young black mare. ,
). P. Mitchell the : of lawful for rtia
J well-ki'own railroad age voting
Mesdames J. II. Denmaik, hn'nt of this disease in Florida Will be sold cheap. Sam Ro-enberg,
man, has bought of II. S. !Hum-[ j but not on the registration "books of
Whit ten. :Mir Crews and : ) cost the fruit industry of the i I Cash Depaitment Stole, Staike.i .
p'nrey the cottage on West Call street; Bradford: county, must, in order to be
Byrd.: of Raifoid.: motored hundreds of thousand of dol- ,i C-17-tf.
l Staike I last Tuesday. i iI formerly owned by Mrs Allen and -- ------ -- ----.- -- able to vote at the primary Jure Oth. p ,
I I first built by the kite P. 1) Hollmgswotth. FOR! S.-\LE-'Ilileh: cows, six head?: be registered on or before May 1st
1 timely actk on the part of the The= I on which day the books adnlardard: !
I )Ir. Edwin 1'11't'man.h" j is building has been movedto with heifer calves! cash or good ,: registration
ing the Uriver-ity of [ Renee: will doubtless meet with I Mr. :Mitchell's lots, just cast of its i notes, $'',.'> to ;$7-). 0. Gardiner: will be closed. .tLae., .:
a t J t. iK
of all who realize the im- & .
Sunday with his; parentDr.. : former site. Resides other additions ket, near depot, Starke. It.I I All p'rs'ons, otherwise qualified! tovote '" ft' W uur i rl.d "
of the citrus indus-
growing .
will have dormers both &
.\. H. Freeman. : at front andrear -- must have their poll taxes for :I :
;, this state. FOR SALE-Comfoitable house with twt.
thus
making it torandahalfhouse the
I a past two years paid no later than : ( noon maim-
\ I -------- I the upper story containing be-I[ eight rooms and bath and ;31. acre the second Saturday in May ill oidtr
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(tl'O. .\. Joyce, who had : on'1 j lot in Hampton. Rea-onable : Olt iaanat trop
time : from the Matthews farm is ; Mils rooms, bath-room and other con-1 terms. to enable them to vote at the coming i. ISI'l11)
for some in the at A. M. Pal by's. If it is not' \eniences. J. It. Ti-on, contractor and Write :MrAi.nio: E.: Young, Hump-1 I primary. Exceptions are,
persons
land o-i the Wateioak creek, return it and builder has the '' ton, Fla. 331tf. POTATOESSp&I4g.
turned to his lInm.olumhu get your contract for the work. just attaining the age of :L'l years, '
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I'L.-\XTo'-ll't: : varieties : and persons over 55 years of age. ,
tomato and
E.rii.Rid! lIIill8. Triumph.

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I t W. :\. !Shoats candidate! try .\ : (;R\DE: : pepper plants ?_'. per 1.000 delivered. The I l .: Sd Peanuts !
i himself as stateupei, E'nXI'I I I After April 10 only :
s lie instruction' will be we everyone dean up their own Sweet potato plants a specialty.W. of X.: B. Hull's residence is full rt and \"r iMni.ll Spanish

I s-poakrrs at the picnic at 1.:11.. week in Wednesday morning, trash, papers, etc., and do not leave P. Puts, Hampton. Fla. it. of blossoms. Tutu < rop.
''t! tomorrow. lower first grade i-i the public same; to blow over in to your neigh1 by ,J urn Mitt!: S...rehun .
: entertained a number! of the!1 bor's premises.: Some citizens work b'.1P(; XF > PEAS-No." 2 Cut glass! just received at Mil.-heir. :: L'cggarw-.J. :NaV ( j

:, ....of the, children, with some =pt'i i j I I diligently to keep thtir surroundings ('byIix: <'d Peas $1.10; No. 1 Clay'' Drug Store. t 1 sal! t; .u. l-hJ.... t.-a" '
Judge: J. T. Wills -topped I ,; and also I d clean, but the Mixed t ( .
soncs; a -in-1 wind blows pal>ors in Icrt'at | Peas. S1::!:); Brown t' .1. ha r \ n t
Static SUI.I:1ni: ht while on at ion of the sy.stematie. prompt!' !111m I"frum some directions. wills and Early Bunch WhiPpo-1 THE: BEST PROOF 1 : \'' 1'f mans. t : a.iit

from Gainesvill to Muvlermy: : accurate routine class work done I I Do not throw cracker boxes: wrnpiiirgli I $1.10. 0.1'. Daniel Sons, wi I ii..ta"j .s, i I UV .>'

alit spring term t.f the drr ,' little six year ol.l i-hiUlren. i i papers, etc., on the sidewalks!' as there ;! boro, Ga. -t.ll-H. : I:\er Given; By a Citi/en of This rums ,, l'I.la-LIU"JIi' jI

for Baker: county.Mr. orderly Class fl.(111i" beautiful' are tra-h receptacles placed! in eor.von- roll --- I f'1 il.n teaaly a,01 the / I
i lOf.t I EXCHAXCE: 'whaThaVe'you to I 1'own.. 1 I'am Juhn
elf, with its well rrmwll'irtul't'3.1' places. ft ('\'er'ont0 theirpart :+ B.arr.

I and Mrs. Thurston and cut flowt-rs and row after 1 to make Starke a clean, up-to-I trade for :20 acres good truck and Doan's Kidney Pills t'd- \ riuus' fiT t.y:

div morning for dinVrert p of earnest, happy, swe.,t faces of date town. strawberry lard near Plant City, they ought benefit. were U i .. e i it on tii I :VJ.vE.A.MAptTiN .. '::2
last: Coast, :1 eompanymg pupils. The beauty of this !i Fla., on lock road and close to the The .. l'vutry1.: da j ., I
I story was told to Starke I'j
resi- ,
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)11'&. Thurston'c mother who church and M-hool ? If :'- ; Ou .10. -
PHENOMENAL: want
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: was uddtd to by the folding BF.RRUEI.IK: a dert!?. r
spending: some time with thl'm.H. of the exhibit room being; own, i i i lit kirg.ii'i. Write or ';l'e'T. W. Soott Time has strengthened the evidence. lilt' {,taogUeB. irtr ontgapL. I II' .1

a great dial of beuatifulj i! R. I.. :Moselev! has:; rented two vacant'lots at depot, Hampton Fla.l.UIt.. i| Has proven the result lasting. f

.'\. Julius I B.French. D. D. dame by the Primary Depart ; north of a' d adion'i-!
,, First Pre-bvU-nan church of 'I j rey's place in the northern portion; of Lost and Found The proof convincing.It .. L rr\' \1 \1/ r i' f

t ville! was i'i S aike a short' : Olive Rav: the teacher of the | Starke. the land being!) just !sufficient!! -------- --- -- I can be investigated by Starke n.f.r : s ?L
Monday.: While here Mr.I { first grade: nvoivod! :1 to hold tt'idt'nt.i.
deal
a great ) 4nno ,.JlI'b. off! of this; small LUST-St.ttt'r pup C months, old.:
entertained by Rev. H. G. .' ,;,' from h-r 1 :Mr. named Mrs.: A. 1;.
patronthat morn- area Motley, Friday, gathered 7 "Maud," white and red. Reward MoittV.. Ca'l sweet, :!
for her p-u'i.-taking' and elVicient bushels amp 2":t quarts of strawbonies! 'i iII' by Wm. Wainright, Starke. 4-11-tf. Staike, says; : ';:1 had kidney trouble SEED Co

J. Vernon Jones of among the bt-gi'inors.! Her pa ( l'u-hd Wing puked( from "00I and suffered from dull, nagging back ,
dul-ite for tix collectt-r, was are glad to ham that this !!!':td" I! plants. The berries vwre so fine that FoUN1nowhote with split in aches. I was also distressed by head G\. JACtiNVItLE.FeoAIoA.f.-- *

Monday shaking hands with ) as the whit! shl'ol.ill bed they were n-adily Mild to J. ;M. Truby 1 right ear, no other mark. Ownercan aches. I used Doan's Kidney Pills iiCOSIER

frierdard putting in month thus year. I t-t <7 per bushel. It looks like Mr. get same by calling and describ and they relieved the kidney annoyance -

licks on behalf of his ; : .,; Ray gave each of h.>r pupils a Moseley's plants must have received i ing and paving: a reasonable charge. and rid me of the backaches.

1 souvenir booklet, containing !'just a little more rain than anyone I'I II Progress Farm, Saxton, Fla., Wm. ( Statement given March 10th, 1911)). L, PEFK

Mr. W. Arendoll, of ;; of forty-two of her pupils I else's. I j I Bray. 3313t. Over Three Years Later Florida R\\l I EsUte, Land end
was in Starke the first of had racked highest;; in school work I Among other growers whose yields Mrs. Moitt said: "I haven't suffered '

He came to see about some the first six months. Follow- have been phenomenal are :Messrs. F.I FOR RENT to amount to anything from kidney Tiber If F.lpt'rt..H ;
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by the Temple estate. Mr. : '<' the tame of the ten who M. Norman and F. T. :Norman __ complaint since Doan's Kidney Pills

having married :Miss Alice :\[ highest: Cora Dval, Eugene have frequently gathered 20 bushels FOR RENT-My cottage on King I! made a cure of my case." 33 years Experience{ at Starke. ;

a grand-daughter of the late (' ;;, Owen Griffin, Russell Dan- from one acre. One day last week I lake; two stories +ley I Price 50 cents at all dealers. Don't .
thoroughly furnished +N>*a +aA>rrri t n .* f3N
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Temple, and one of the h"irs. May Bennett, Mary Canova, each: of them gathered 12 bushels of and telephone; for rent for the simply ask for a kidney remedy--get -. s -..

here he was a guest of Dr. : Roberts, Harriett Ritch, Edwin berries off of lfi.000( plants, another I season. Mrs Paul E. Canova Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that Close
J. 0. Haynes. i 1 and Mary Ella Edwards. phenomenal yield. 4-14-3t. I -Mrs. Moitt had. Foster Milburn Co., Registratio Books Will

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'Industry is at a standstill and the

disheartened peons in the country districts I

t have abandoned all efforts to RUNS EARTH Prince Albert will f :

cultivate their farms. If a man was .
'" I known to have a little grain or beans .
. show the real pt ;J
he could be certain that a band of you '

: j bandits would pay him a visit, take LARGE RIVER FLOWS UNDERGROUND _

. what he had and probably his life as
I I well. General Trevino has succeeded SOME WAYS road to smoke-joy !

srr in bringing some carloads of food into f

a the city, but this relief was only a drop Many Other Strange l'ndergroundStrl'ams

i in an ocean of suffering and distress r
in Hamilton County.
. The peons do not know who to attribute -

the sufferings to, but they are C tl Water Disappears Fast x 9 1r

willing! to join any one who will promise .I \

: them a hearty meal. They have i i Ii / .v
a been taught that Villa is their champion i 1, (Jasper 1'aniicr.)

. and it will bo a hard task to disabuse : ;I, The queer phenomenon of a great t/

, their mind-; of that idea." body of water running off into the t tt wr ly / ift o
i I bowels! of the earth through big sinkholes ;, 1a P 9ra/ j
w
I There have been rumors that the \'
ERNEST AMOSAN is no common occurrence in any ,:
thinks of riling
war department up part of the world, Lut such a thing +
the chaM.after Villa, but these rumors EXPERIENCED MAN FOR : J.Copvr;eht mi hy ntP ;l" .;
occurred lastwl.k at "Shaky fund, R. ,T..Ga'.roCo. .1,
have I Teen denied by the department.However I a large lake and pond combined., sit i .__ r'Z.
it might be wise to the : STATE COMPTROLLER '
stay
+ s a
: uatl'd011 :Mr. II. M. Tuten's place, ,.
proceedings until well stocked supply \ori{ S1'TIrtIiTOI] TOR 12: about two miles west of Jasper.At .

depots and .suflk'k'iit communications U1AKS.: KNOWS TilE! WOKK Ol'COMI'IKOI.l.Kirs : intervals of from two to five !
can he t-htaMi.-hul for an imrv l larmy I .
T1IOUOrGIILY
( :( OlTKi: this occurrence takes place at .
Who knows but that' years I ALBERT made .
in Mexico. was to create tobacco
KXPKU-: "
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I h there; is a secret' umlenstunding l>otvvefn IKNCIL: I WILLI'I'lun.11: : fathomed the reason for this strange! where it never existed before It per- ;
Villa an-1 I ( .1 rlliza to make u.I'1
; \ on It ron occurrence.1'hat Incomes of the wa- mits men to smoke all they want without getting
of tie, pic.-i'iit opportunity to laic the I I
ter? No knows. The water i is
Americans, far down into :Mexico, lull I Tins l'I'port41.. tiled in some part of start one the apt a sore tongue, without any comeback but real ,;
to pouring through sane'sinkholes
when the latter have hl'l'OIlIl'H'ahl'n- the lit 11! of operationthe location l of \ in the same up mysterious manner I tobarco enjoyment The patented process by which: ,

ed from pri\ations and exposure, surround I' whu-h was \\ithlulcl. It was transmitted that it drained off! through: and : Prince Albert is made (and controlled exclusively f2 r. 4-- e
them and kill thorn all' It j"I by wireless and aeroplane routesto J \
hard fur the :Mexicans to l ilive that I: Columbus. time.till the large pond with water at any I by us) fixes that-and cuts out bite and parch! Z -.... 1 :} 1;

the United States in a mighty nati.n.1 I The proffer of the use of the telegraph 1
This i is not the only body of waterin
and'l'l'y likely think that the army and t.It'phonlilll''' were madeto
Mexico i iall! we have, and that by : drivers of aeroplanes which visited Hamilton county that occasionallyacts ij ijthe
in the Ont R1NGEALBERT
same strange manner.
}
whipping it they whip the United Chihuahua I last week. The aviators ; ;
i week before lat LaOdahatl'hel"\ in
State As Iju.-Ma dpnds on her long :i repoited, that, before the populaceof the northwestern of the county
and severe winters in wars with Germany the city was convinced that they I part
and France, so may :Mexico well i were mi a friendly mission, a few drained off in a similar waIt is a national joy smoke it f
about foursquare
containing
lake
d'I)( I.<1 on her hot, diy: d.'soits in a .-tone, were thrown and several l shots large .f
war with the United States. The rainy filed, but no one was injured. Gen.lUticiiv ; miles sell: Pond another lake i comes right to your taste fair and square I And it '
:\11'. Tom 1'ell's: farm, two
in with its tropical of the situated on i it has done for thousands of ""
season will soon set (; /, commander garrisonat will do for you what
is said
miles southwest of Japer to r
and teaming ground, andvery (Chihuahua treated them courteously i
rains men-make cigarette smoking the cheerful \4
be ruining lilt this week into the \bowels i pipe or !
depiction will be full of d't'p water, I they leported.Thi '. '
of the earth tluuugh sink holes ill of 2
; est pleasures J
making\ crossings with auto tricks present positions: of the advanced your 1

and wagons dillicult or impossible.! The columns was not made public, but it.Hamilton is noted! for us stiaiigecaves ; ., Prince Albert i-. to be "aJVhat we tell '-'ou about Prince Lo@mnwIPctE r tecerswheretubaccois.oZJn
first hostile step by Carran/.i was i it was ;known that cavalry columns under J. /!
great sink holes! spui'irs H'd j I tcppo red buds. Sc; tidy rej Albert fact that will out ) .
when he I.rohe his I'l'umi. i> to let us Cols, r.rtuvn anti: IKidd} ate driving lakes that mysteriously drain off : crass We. handsome pnunj is a prove CIGARETTE. r"DAN !
use the :Mexican ialway.-, the next south fiom Sutevo with all speed. Ofliivi ,. I, anJ half-pound tin hunnju to your satisfaction just as qUlcklyunJ -- e t __ '
I There is White Sulphur Springs ii- tituuthl'a.II''n ', that classy pounicpatuldfuss .
n
was vvh.'11 he, .1 few days ago, nvallt-d: ( heic had I ro: information thateither I of th,: thatcontnuuusly I AuiWor ....",," as you lay in a stock and fire-up oatheterertesideet'! fit eJrredtnssuspongemoistener ;
the troops that had been Mippost-d to : force had none so far as 1'arral :I :- |part county topthat will read: 'Pro.o .JtcauJ Jtls I 3'Ma, (
lows a greatolume I ot I kitpt the tobacco it\ such I help Ann'iicaiis to capture Villa. but they said the receipt of such fine .hupts-ulwayt I R.J.REINOI u?$TOBACCO CO.liwston-SalemN.C ;..es where onji "fc be..,.'
Now ho j is said to have exjiiv,.,sed .Ii-!! I inlollnatiolJ'l'III.1 be no surprise.Gen. water. From this spring! hundreds of e.----..-I

satj...faction with the presence of theAmerican i I : IVi.diiug himself! i i-. moving I thou.tcin Is of gallons ltt'Jun' sulphur. I ... ,

,.ul.li'rs in his country.These south alo'ig! the trail to Sateen, per I water rise to the surface eveiy' ,minute k e I

actions show: hostility and l may I ,;...ndldir'tin as far as possible o and How off into the Stiwanuetriver. ; lake: rt:,':m after it had dunned! '.tFi ee=>...o.A..rrn .

mean the entfiiiig wedge for ;t:1 opt n the |>ui-Uit of Villa. I'.i'fote "rating I There ;1I'( innumeiuble spialleisprings : !i I hand ..hake the ground for twenty feetaiouiul. !

In'akith the United :States.More \ hi. headiuaiteis,| on the San Gcroninmlanch ; all ver the intire county. !. The ground filhakii.\ but ,

: Hoop are being M-iit aciossthe noith of Gueneio; (ieii.; 1'er- Purge is a river--the \Ial'aha-that' not to such an extent that it did Before -

border and twenty Apaihf M-out* -limir: said (Gen.; Luis I 1I'I'H'I'41. the (;11'nUIza llovv.s into the giound, and no one the timber! \\a- cut. The bottomof Assisting Business Growth :
kno\Vs; wheie the Jr'at'vIUII1t' of water -
11:1'n aj.1 to track Villa. : geneial whoso faction was iepoittd the pond or !lake is covered with the
there have him and that the rises again. There are two large $A
Since our last writing I calli'd upon richest muck dtjioMts imaginable, kt
been a couple of uniinpoitant' engagements } I two discussed in a t friendly I manner the clerks that do the same thing. (loecrty'k which, if I left covded! all the time by ;1

Ix-tween our .soldiers; and Villa i elFoits being made by both) governments that sinks into the ground anda water, would perhaps in time become
short distance rises to the Commercial patrons of moderate requirements as
bandits. Thirty seems to l lxx the leg- to inn down the common ei.emy. : away a great peat bed. This muck is composed -
ulation number of Mexican \hilled l every I, surface again. There i is a great cave of decayed vegetation and debris well as those with larger interests fAd- here a
because the Airmen Do Tine Wuik. in the western pal t of the county called -
time, probably greasers and! is as rich as the debris deposits
"
the "1hO\ \ iI's Den, that no man has congenial financial atmosphere.
soldiers like thiitycents. ;
look to our The excellent service that had l been of the :Mississippi valley after a great
Anent the maikmanship of the has been solitiukrd ever explored' to the bottom. It contains flood. This tOur
done bv the aeioplanen muck is from six feet deepto
American soldiers a dispatch; from Columbus that headquarters otllciaK are large "ruom,, connected with unknown depth \ highly efficient organization possessed of excellent -

N. :1 mh, says: anxiously aW'liting't'inftH"I'l'nH'nl; of narroW pasagI'ay,;. It i is a gruesome One of the sink holes resembles an is .
facilities and
kmau of .\ jean i. sight down in it. adequate connections,
Proof of the mal hip m1 that arm of the service. .-\ltlwll hn'l'ognizf'.1 inactive volcano, through which the
soldiers has done more than any the machines There aie numerous other queer at the service of \
now that annul : water drains otF. There are four of constantly our patrcs..
other development of th.. campaign in sights in the county but "Shaky I'ond"is ...
of the best suited to conditions -
type these oinks and when the water gets .
Mexico to st rifpar\ into the heart in Mexico. Gen.: 1'er-hing's iepoits i th.' subjeit of this. aiticle. This of I down to them the fish are so thick Our continual effort to further the interests of all
00)
haps, acmes
of Villa's followers, according to reports I indicate that the the in service pond cover.pel that with and
they caught gigs
from across the border. The are doing good work, both in scouting 1 land. It i is more propeily a lake\ instead snatch hooks.are About these sink holes patrons is not confined to the narrow limits of
(Columbus I of pond, although the outer i-
straight shooting done at a
and inl'alT'inl! dispatches. It was due several small of them
: incl&les
springs
are one but
that of the little detachment that pursued to them that Gen; 1'ershing has been rim of it has been heavily timberedwith clear accepted banking service, every
flowing sulphur water, as
the bandits across this line, alll'I'the all cypress tree;. In the center of pure mod
able to keep in communication at as crjstal.There advice and assistance consistent with our
raid and that at (iiiencio and with the fast moving cavalry detath- it is a lake that never runs dry. Theentire .

Aguas Calientes was totally unexpected ments.Kepoits. pond' i is always filledt! ith water,. is no telling when "Shaky" ern, constructive banking policy. ir I

I by the Mexicans. : at hea-liiuaiters show thata except' at those interval when the.1 will fill up again. It may start at any t* -

"Villa's followers had l>een taught I few uiivsts have !been niud' of those water takes a notion to mysteriously I moment flowing back up through the "

that the Americans were weaklings who took puit in the raid on Columbus, pass' iff into tlv bowels of the earth I sink hob and in a few days the entire

. cowards who wenafiaid to match X. M., a month ago today.Gen. thiuugh) : four lar I'ink holes! This lake and! pond will again be covered -
I BANK of STARKESTARKE
the :Mexican forces I week. with water, and it will appear a;
their strength with ; IVrshmg did not indicate where: was what occurred last _,... ,
," a naturalized :Mexican said to- the men were captured. 1 Frank admission I'I ul'le fqr miles around on hearing I natural and serene as any otner 11II1' I .

day. that "Shaky" was draining off flocked lar ,body of water.
was made l at army hl'iidqlirtt'1'atoday | t
"They Mi">ved in their ignorance i that without the use of the railroad to the pound to see the sinht. Thousand Mr. 11. M. Tutt-n, who owns the lake,, jA
a aflwuw
implicitly in themselves and their III.il-1 ;, a material l strengthening of the ; of pounds' of fish were caught, is fencing up the sink holes this \\trl FLAI j

ity to conquer any force they should fortes or the establishment of a new and for a few days the: town was filNed :! and the'next time it runs off he will 'IL

encounter. I am com inced that before base and lil.f'l of communication, the with fresh-water fi-h of eveiy va- charge admission to catch ti.-h fromit. ;-

the Columbus raid their feeling was movement into :Mexico could proceed rimy known in this section. .

that of contempt of a larger man for ''I tidy a short distance farther unless This ijueei pond! get.it- name from ___ ___ -f -- -
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a smaller, weaker antagonist. I:, the advanced force cut louse from ,, the fact that before the timber was ,
The first shock was given the '"ilia'han.lits their las I cut out of it one could stand on the '. ,
CURIOUS BITS
I
when 7i) of their men were '
I If |>et mission to use the railroad to A

killed by half a, many troopers of the Chihuahua finally is denitd, it i is believed OF HISTORY

Thirteenth cavalry who made the sor- probable\ that (;"n. Fuiiston will !
tie across the international line suggest to the war department tbo ATTENTION

the raid. But even then they Uftt'I'\\ movement of the line of communication ;' BROTHER JONATHAN.

realize their own weakness, to some point where the base will Cured i
and civilians returning from the front I A. W. MACY.
II be nearer to the field of operations By
reporting that in the towns through CANDIDATES
.
than at present.EL The "Brother Jonathan"as
h Mrs. Jay McGee, 01 Steph- name
which the band passed in its flight, its I
members boasted of their superiorityover enville,Texas, writes: "For applied to America or to
PASO. April 10.-General; ( I suffered with American citizens was formerly! .
the "gringo" forces. It was at .a'i nine ((9) years,
Guerrero that the between themal.manhip \ ira, the Caira-iza commander at .J ua- womanly trouble. 1 had terrible in much more general use than The Your
announced tonight that the ('urI it Is now. It originated duringthe TelegraphlSolicits
!
\ of the two forces was 'l'Z. headaches, and pains in a
War of the Revolution.
demonstrated. There the troopers of .I I ranza force were in a position to take my back etc. It seemed as i if
immediate control of the Villaitiiu! After Washington had been ap Patronage for Printing
the Seventh cavalry, shooting coolly die
1 would I suffered so. At
commander of the
!''tion if the American Hoop WI.r.'Ith pointed armylie
and steadily, sent almost everybullet I I last I decided to Cardul
try ,
,. went to Massachusetts to
I His I made
drawn. .tat.'nwnta in
to its
:
mark while General Hernandez'ssoldiers
:
I,:''connection with the announcement of the woman's tonic, and it get matters in shape there. Hot CARDS :
fired wildly as they ran nearly ,
all :Major-General; Scott, chief of the helped me right away. The found a great scarcity of arm
shooting high: above the heads of
the Amt'rkan5 result only four I I American staff that the pin post ot the full treatment not only helpedme munition and other necessities, ENVELOPES
a
: and for a time It seemed almost 1
American cavalrymen were slightly !1 'xpnlitioll would be considered ac IIm1 but it cured me.
when the Villa bandvn- disper.stsl impossible to devise adequate '
woiindi'!, while fifteen time that number plished LETTER HEADS
of Villa's followers wire \killed and : or as soon as Can Lan 'a was TAKE means for the public safety. ,
the Americans in the I Jonathan Trumbull was then
relieve
as woundid." i i able to
many more I
A similar tltnttnstration of mal kmanohip ''vvoik. It reported i here that u.-neia! I governor of Connecticut, a man CIRCULAR LET FRS,
Iluerta l..ad"I.dll1 of perfect integrity and great
Salazar former
a
Cal ientes confum-
at Aguas
has been living here hl.1r"--.l'\1 theI.orde Cardui I common-sens;. Washington had { !!
ed
the suspicion already growing in | DODGERS Etc. ](
implicit confidence: In Trumbull's !
the minis of the !bandits that the ability I''r near Ojinaga, to rai-e an aiinyto (
l judgment, so in his perplexity
;
both the \1111'1"4111" and
of the "gringo" had been mi.represei.teJ. .,- : oppose; j
J l'crranza Salazar is said I to i I" the I concerning the Massachusetts Promptly and Cheaply. We guarantee
The Woman's Tonic
i
ablest: of the Mexican gent >rah ami ,tis situation: he remarked t
The subjoined dispatch gives a pret- "We must consult Brother Jonathan satisfaction. '
i also said that he will join 1 FelixDiaz &
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I s
ty grooj expose of the puvnt status: Cardui helps women in time about this." He did so,

of the situation: of the Villa expedition i- I ___ __ __ of greatest need because it and! the governor was of great Cuts furnished at cost. Let us hear from you. J

; I ,A\OII I'IH'OUIS contains ingredients which act assistance to him. After that, .

S.-\X ANTONIO. April 0)-Gen. IVr- Sudden changes: high vviin'h' *"I specifically! yet gently on the when difficulties arose, it be-

hing reported t.1 lien; I'u.-iston today jug seasons cause ct'lds and t.:>'H>t.e. weakened womanly organs. came common to: say "We will The TelegraphStarke

that :Mexican military authorities in : and thee spring colds are amiovii-:,; feel consult Brother Jonathan about
So if
discouraged
Chihuahua you this," and In time rcther Jon
had offered the American | and dangerous and are likely to turn

punitive expedition the use of the government : into a chronic summer I'ou\h. Ti", -w h blue, out-of-sorts unable to athan" became s/ncnym, so to Florid
do your household work, on speik, of the United States. :: ,
telegraph and telephone lines. I cases take a treatment of Dr. King's .
Gen. Perahir.g also reported that some : New Discovery. a pleasant l Laxative account of your condition stop Covernor Trumbull looked the a

supplies for the United States troops I Tar :Syrup.; It soothes the cough, worrying and give Cardul a part of Uncle Sam. He was tall,

have len purchased in Chihuahua, but !: iheiks the cold and helps break up an trial. It has helped thousands gaunt, sharp-featured and long-

while merchants in that (,ithowi'tl I ; attack of grinp.! >. Its already preparedno of women,-why not you ? legged, and usually wore striped .

no disposition to withhold the goods I mixing or fu'sirjr. Just ask yourdruggit Try Cardui. E-71 lindseY-\oo lsey troupers a trifle Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days,01r Curer Old Sorer, Olf v SemeJIei Wart Can .

the limited amount of foodstuffs available !- for a bottle of Dr. .Kinl's too short. : Invent will refund money if PAZOOIMM1NT : i Tie ",rtt cases, ni- m 5 rr of bow mg "andmg.. a
fus to cure any case of Itching, are cured by the 1II i.'";lerful. old ctiuble l r.1'orter't z
.
made it almost impossible to get "Discovery.. Tested and tried for RIi.I. 1le. 'linqor I-rotruJunPilesin6to34ila i .An1O'iCf'tlC "i provisions .1 over 40 years. (3)) I 1 IClP)n.t.t. 1311.: by Jwcyh U, 1Iwlu.1: I' .te" 0 !+atwp etv..l.ue sad kce4 5j,: J'.oW .nJ Hc..:s at ;bc brae tm, :;$c.1Jc, $LGO.

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FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAOF, : ELEVEN

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A PIG FOR EVERY BOY WHO WILL TRY VILLA? CANDIDATES OF COUNTY
Stomach TroubleS E

GATHER AT LAWTEY ,

Plan to Put Pigs On Every Farm Bandit Chief Probably Will Bei d Most stomach tror.l.i :T not tlis-!! j I

(Continued From Page 1)). o i ve eases The FIOII,neh is !MIMI-H wean..
Through Boys' Efforts. i I Handed Over to Carranza. k Tired out Th HK ;. 'I'd' "f .1 j'"tonic I .

i Dekle, of Starke, for county judge; I Is! what is! neoOi-J A few n..," ;i's, \tr i d.) .; .d! i

I is W. T. Weeks and II. C. Richard for will furnish natural strength! H'if: i> what a tmiu. n.do ;"+ 1

! (By E. F. Drake, Secretary, Chamber !I I t I While the war Northern department Mexico busyI the county clerk; F, A. Scott, O. L. Mi- for you 11 mil! start the, si.mi.ieli gon! ngiu. T'ith I r
I Texas. chasing Villa in ,
I i of CommerceVaco, ) II zell, E. II. Poppell and F. G. Schell stomach vu.l; taki an" ol its. If. l i
I i I department of justice is consideringwhat
ij j Several month ago I was asked by I I 1 r disposition to make of the banditif for school superintendent; G. W. Ha- f

i f commercial 1 organization to make a I II I he is brought back to the United Zen, Vernon Jones and B. M. Dowl- PERUA W9
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t S talk] On "What Could we Lest: Select ,I .i States ali\e. ing for tax collector; W. J. Eppersonand :%; I'
f:. 15. Denmark for sheriff N. D.
of Section of ;
for the IMterment our / War department officials familiar '
Wainwright and J. C. for tax Good the Year !RoandAlways
r the Country, and in Co-operation ,j, with the orders given Gen. Pershing Byrd
I the l.e.sults Needed fur the Up- :I when the .lition into Mexico started assessor. Last, but not least, wereJ. ;
Bring .
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I II. :Moore .. / 1 I
th.' City." I for county commissioner, Ready-tc-Take r"er: POI : '' "
decline make statement.
\ building of to any : re- .
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and J. 11. Lowery for constable, of this ; I.. ; .. ,
! I selected as my subject "The IIogfor gaidii'g this contingency Nearly all :;'district, each with extra II: ,' ,;. : '." :' oJ r r :i :, .

the reason that) our jobbers were precedent, however, indicate that it I, their an politicalsmile \'IIo1t. 1 '1 .' ..:.1. i i-'n! ". .! r" ..,.,.1" '" .' ,I'I
spending am.n-illy .M.UTT.riOi: ; ) ) for ho;: will I bo necessary to turn the bandit !; on countenances. : t :' :' ': ; ': ". '- 1. ,

products for di-tii'mtion' throughout chief over to the Carranza civil ofiiciai We are persjnally acquainted! with 'I :::; 1 I : : . : .

their ti Ilk teiloiy, and that th. farmers .., then go through the form of ex- nearly every candidate, and we predict Ila\' r, :i. il! ". i f i- .. I' is. 1 I' .

a close contest, as they are all I..h,' : .. .' ,'. (
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ot :\lrL' !Jllall county WI-M- producing T.idition, bring }him to New Mexico, I I : I" I' : 0' ; -lIin. .

I'-- thin :SfJi'O.ooU; ) vvu'h of 5q if hi. i:, alive, and try him on a chargeof I good "timber" for the offices: they :\.1.1.\1.I ; ..., I'n-' t : '.1 .. i I'"I"' ''! : i.with:

murder.It seek.lion.. ( 'itc : I : .i I, r.d!: !" :,'f" I. :'i '' I' L: l 11l\ i .,; Jr'. i jou the
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Following i.s positively declared that Gen. :c

den, din'ctor of the agricultural extension IVj-shmg will have no power to try W. N. Sheat, state superintendent .-... i..llH;. :'-. :.-: H tSl!

det i.ai'Inn.:it <,f the International him couit-maitial.. The chief rea- of public instruction, was i in Law- II i-

Harvc-t' Ctmipany, and eighteen of I : sun for this, according to army lawyer tey one day last week, looking over I

his practical farm lecturers made one PARK TRAMMELLFor I ', is tfiat there is no "concurrent the political fold Mr.I Sheats is a PROPERTY OWNERS WANT

hundred live lei.tuiea in this county ont : I military jurisdiction" in Northern candidate: fur reelection.Mr. PAVEMENT EXTENDED ;: NOTHING SO GOOD AS i

t Diversified 1'iinuntr., The interest U. S. SenatorHe I Mexico shared in by. Carranza troops James Lawrence is spending a I II BLACKMAN'S HLIJKATED( t

f manifested\ by our people was intense, and the American column. I few days in Jacksonville.A \ I ,

t'for condi'io-is! haveproved to them The greatest diiliculty in bringing daughter was born to Mr. amiMrs. Continued From Page 1). i SALT BRICK;

I that the one: cropystem i is all \\TIU".I has made good as Gov- Villa to trial in the United States i is Paul Dinkins last Thursday. I Ayes-.lnlrew. Matthew White.Absent 1: \ : :ar.

It oct';;iMed to in that to obtain the i! and would make >< < n in the demands t-f the Carranza Marshal Reynolds, of Uaiford!, was .1 ;
I ernor good as -IJrvan: Wills. :
best; P II' .. someone must jM t !hel'i'idthis ) ::1 I II military aulhoiities- They say he is visitor to Lawtey last Saturday. !II The eI'rk.1 instructed to ir-\" {
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and follow tin momiie Senator.He 'I Mr. C. 11. Churchill former resident ; present. k. ?;
i can.pi.-'d: : up < guilty; of treason! to their government, a Ordinance ,
Xo. Sj:: to the for his '
I I :',d I..ti"us whl.'h: the speakei.s had has fully demonstratedthat rioting; murder, ri1alillgar'on! and of Lawtcy, but now of Jackon-I approval and make' the lro'per mayor record 1 -I:? ,. u("JL.?p

I adv'anted. We then selected tie! pig he the a hundred other} crimes committedI: ville, was: visiting; relatives \ of .
ability same. .
i t as the v-h'i'e} '! to carry cliver-it'catimi:: possesses since his defection from the cause: of i;I in l.a wtey' from last Saturday to IolI- The collector .
was instructed to give I
into the ;mil',!1., of the farmer, ti.'ouirh and the conception of the public the eonstitutio'ialLsts.; Official- the day. MI.A..1. Andrea exemption of ; ; h I'"T :
who will be the futuie : that the Mr. .1. I). Randall arrived here last tfjn0; : t\
the small buy I I needs requisite to a high capital} confidently expect on tax assessment! for 1 )1l5. ; ,
Mexican de I facto government will in- week from Cincinnati, Ohio, and trillspend '
farmer. The time for the of
standard of official service and payment city
Af'trt'idti'\ ;r out the plan i be-t to' si i-t on tying him before the claim of some time at his home in East :
I taxes was!' extended to May 1, lOlfl.Bond 1WL <
pursue, I ialliJ\ upon >('\'('I'al.ald"\ rand the people's! interest is safe in the United States can be, oven consid Lawtey. : of C. A. 1'utch for J.'iOO; as [
and! kl"thl'lII\ to Presiding Elder: II. G. Davis of the
but:i ss: n.en a his hands. I City Clerk was appl'onJith J. M.Alvarez .
uit'-ie-t I ered.The M. 1:. church South, preached at the !I .., I.
0; cent treatment Car-
at per given captured "
loan me nior.ey : He opposed sections 4 and 5 and A. II. Freeman as sure- l l; .r.1 1l \
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and take the note of the boy: of this ranxista soldier leaves little doubt! in hall last Fiiday evening! 1 by, appoint tie?. ," r7. ". .
Jf =; ? ;
county for 'inv, v-ithout any teeurityother lot the "Sturkie resolution" and the minds! of the .\lll11ini.;tt'ation's ad- ment.! The Boy Scouts: were granted: permission I \ ,. :If
the furnished IMIStint if Francisco Villa i is Mr. .T. Ed l Byrd, of Raifoid, was a )
thin the note, money !led fight for its repeal. I \ once to use the second story of ( ..'
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tIf'1 ,j
to lie us''d for the purchase 1It'1 t.I\.1\\ !bffoua civil or military courtin visitor to I.u\toy one day hot. votk.Mr. 'city hall for their meeting place. ', ,_,>."" r ,,\..' : t.
pug, the pi:N; to he furi'ished to the :! Believes in Parcel Post. Rur- : :\10-\:1'0: : th'-re is not one cLam;ce in I Osthma Vain of Portland. Va., Collections for the I lih t
were reported
boys to start hop raising in this coun- 'al Credits, Preparedness for a milElI!: that he will escape with Ms is a guest at the home of his uncle and month of March as follows: .". climb a f ftirit; I

ty.: i!I Defense. Restricted Immigration life. I aiirt Mr. and\ Mrs. G.; T. IVaice.Mayor fines '_'_'_-_ .n..u__._-__._ 2"!.ml .

The first man upon whom I called I The orders to Gen. IVi-sbing were! B.! D. }Kelley, of Raiford, wa l.wiri--, . _ u.Un_.___.__ 4.-; r.IMii .. j .lL\T orrii.., ,>Arp -
Commission t.-.t from nr.for.I Co rank ____ :37.<. ,, _,, .
enthusiastic' at once and agreed Marketing to Villa "d l ad alive," and a visitor to Lawtey one day last f r -t rrr.; ; r:.'" .' .4ij| 4 -,
became rapture or Int. r. -t from rank of Starke _u_____ 42. '_ l.r ., ,
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1'1'0-1 week. __ __ ._.______ ._____ \! ':1!" 1C. I. '- l vii >. ,t tJ
to finmhI'uty boys. This! i was wore Federal Aid for Good Roads. 11 i i.' ierstood they contained l a T.IMS "u'U' -- Ifil'iM I S'I'r., t. T .Uiuit t il p.. n, 1 os .1
but when I -a\v for his the event 1 lie :Mi s :Mary Stalsby was visiting .r I 1"r-' 3, mt,Us and <.n.s :1 :>,,* n' I
i'vpeeu.1. disposal, in
that I h'd! Adequate American Merchant \iiiuii ; T1 .. ,_--__. _._n_ _____--__-I.*;n8treasurer's I It is ., .,sdar.ly| in a cb'1: .-v '. It. '
,.' d 1 he received it with i i.iptiiieil! hut thee orders! have not i friends\Staike: \last week. S
the se Vii I1, i The : report was ordered, r ;n \\110:11: rno 5t a tri,11 '''-CII"II'I "
like e'ltlin-ias"! :.nd he also at:1"11 Marine Improvement of Harbors '. MI MI;"iilyi J. Intel national law anl'' Mr. and :Mrs. Colon Miller and little filed as follows: ,..,..tnout it U Lis larn. lt..j, 11..i! ,f
-t. n. H.
to f.rano twenty boys. I then u.ilicd /- and Inland Waterways, i>-.ijv \\HI111'ompl'l! th" American of-I daughter, of Sehring, are spendinga Im-Til Fund Nasaots. T I.. f21 :j. ill'::. : : : ,I

that 1 hid\ ttit: "'-omethii.sr.. ;ii.-i-is 1 to turn their captive over to the few days at the home of Mr. and :March. 1 to amt on ham! _uu. .uu 1211'arch :! -.. S-.l.l ly J. \\'. While A. s ?, -i.,11 H. llul.J 1. I
Aid for Eradication Crop Pests .. j' :q.'d 1 Silas Kite fin .''. ;
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b- Mrs. J" S" Reddish.Mr. C Mam Ine. I. i' 'l< y. C. Bella.A1
sm.'li lie inniiiir. o'tr jlll civil authority ,I I .___ .'" '
Prom 1 tii.! lomiHt'tit military or :March il, nfil Silas Kite Licfn.-i 4'; > : 1-F- .
lcrami! r:'..u hunts began 0Irl'I'in11"- Requiring I I I Honest Accounting l to ol' tlic rccoguiz"d de facto government Enoch (iiiffis was transactingnisinc I :March :51, recd Siljs! Kite ta\." _---. I' ''' 1 .

; faster than could ,. siiflici.-nt demand however.Otlicial. I I IC ,, in Jacksonville) the first of -.--- -.-! \
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mor.ev fur p.r- Farmers by Commission Mer- OM Total! -_ ___ _nu.. : -
curethe- i ,'y'I I then put an a'monri ; C .-; who are infoimed: of thl'l, the week. :l.tard.. 11. b>' amt raid out ____ .._. -. '
rhants. Federal Aid for FarmDemonstration .
ich of : .: and) oa-t nature of the orders to (; I AI",'iit :!M; carloads! of strawberries ..
in llew'l'q'I'|
ment : our : 11'1 I :Vl.i-ch "1. to amt on ham ._ .. .._ _>
was; d 'lo'd\ with Utters from boys I Work r National Pi'r-hiiar indicate that there i; little I i vvei'' shippul! from Lawtey la.st week.Mrsiimes Rail and I'ridiif fund LOANS S 1
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in the ]hoir \! j I M. M. Fryer and T. J. !.L.rch I. I.) amt -.tr.'rafl: n.___'_ 1' '
be call-
who wereanxious: to start ; Financial Assistance for Everglades hope that the outlaw \\ ill'CI' "
:\!art !:1.! recd ta\ '{ uunn u L' !t. :
business. I i j ed to answer for the Columbus out- I Terry entrtamed the Lawlt'0111- :

The reijunetwnts of the boy are as Drainage Project. I rage it i is settled!, they} say, that a en's Club at the former's home last MaictiMirrh *1. by fmf paid ont n_ !I..; ,
:'!arch ,::1, to amt on land ... t.,: "' 1 1Int..r"1 )
follow: I He is the Author of the Corrupt -! demand will be, mule! for his extradition Friday afternoon. Fund- nn' : : We will accept applications i i : _

First: Each (boy must come recommended : Practice Act which eliminated I but they hint grimly that there Mr.: I.. JL Hill was a visitor to Jacksonville March 1. to amt on hand ____._______._ a.1, ; i
i I Monday. :March ::0. rtTil lirailfon! ('n. Tank in-t :\.o 'i for long [ : ;
his'honl'st and thrift be extradite but .
will
nothing to
to a
as ) i March :'''. n-fl Hank ol Strake iiM u._ JJ.".'' '
such recommendation! to come from Graft and insured clean I corpse when the Mexican laws have Mayor and Mrs. W. F. Godwin were March: :31. rvc
his school teacher supt'fintendl.'nt.trustt'c : elections in Florida-author of been satisfied.The visitors to Starke last Fiiday. _. ; time loans at eight
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II :March n to amt on hand ----.10.5.2 I'
: anker, a business man or amendment to Primary law II war department also said positively Mr. and Mrs. Frank :Milteer i I ace Sinking Fund cent first tI
relieving : on
. farmer. that Villa will not be tried bya spending a few days! with relatives inLawtey. :March :"I. to amt on hand __._____-- 17L': .:3fi per ;

Second. He must give his note bearing : voters outside cities of I couit-martial tailed by Gen. 1'l'-1 Tlwar<.' enroute from Alabama :MauhI: net ta\is uUUhIurch :!4J'IT: I : class improved ; .

- C per cent interest for the coot of over 20,000 population from shing. The arrangement with the :where t they were recently married :\ :.I. to amt IIn hand __._________ 41i: ..II:

'. the pig which he will be, furnh hed. We having to re-register every two! :Mexican government doe not grant !, to their home in Fort Myers. :Mr. :March 1. to amt Waterworks on hand Fund__________u :11'iftft:\ I' farm property in :

; will neither: accept endorsement nor this right to the American forces, as Milteer is i a nephew of Mr. and Mrs.G. :March :31. recd taxi-s _____.__.___nn hi.flu :
:
Bradford \
the but years. I ;. T. Pearce and spent a majority of county.:
take a mortgage upon pig, to do so would enlarge too greatly the
March tl, to amt nn hand hn________ 41(.00
make the boy feel: first, the importance Reports from all sections of limits of their activities in pursuit of I his childhood days in and near Law Bond Fund

of his obligation to the man who Villa. March 1. to amt on hand __._________43, )!'T.01
financial the State indicate that he hasa tey.Mrs.. W. A. Rarrett: and little daughter March .+1. I > unit iwnl out nU____.. 35iiOrt+ '
recommended him; and second, his Bradford ;
I Cfiiinly 1
obligation. strong lead in the race. Pending Easter, On'illeIoitt.: salesman of Staike, were visiting relatives ;Mimh .1. to amt on hand --____---. 4I.7IT01 I I i
to raise not here Tuesday.Mr. Scrip was ordered drawn for payment I ,
i Third. He must agree See platform for other policiesRead for 1) C. Jones, hardware, has 0:1
his : Ed Thomas of Starke. wastransacting of the following bills :
less than one-half acre of feed for "
exhibition sony* "pattern hats. Theyare : '
: his record-you I : business in Lawtey the General! Fund i Abstract :Co
pig. : tin pans, decorated with colored! F.. S, \Ialhl'\\: -mm nuncil! _nnu 2.mi
Fourth. We require a waiver from will find he has accomplishedmuch first of the week. .1. VV. Andrews j., _unUu._._ :J "I" I

that the papers Marshal 1 L. L. Sapp had business inStaike J. \\riteilu __.____ ._._--________-- :'I""
his boyis
parent or guardian for the benefit of the :
peo- I. C\ With do _.. ._. .nunh_'_ I."0 Starke Florida
the Hole owner, and that he. the Moi.day. .\. S ('rrwy tna.4 Falary _.-.._______ T.R" : : ;
father or guardian, will neither claim ple. Registration Books Will Close I {'01. and Mrs. A. /. Adkins and little S'laKile I salary I anu1". .-u._____._ ZEd M i "r I
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1
Kiirn -d do /iLlII'/ -
tho profits nor increase of same. I will appreciate your sup May First. Register. daughter of :Staike: were visitors toI C. V Homer mpxnr-'(.u.f --, .._-_uu "":.'", -- :--- _// t

Fifth. He will be asked ( for we port. I -iw tey Tue.sday.Preparation t'. \. HiHtr! clirk's C.-..,; .0000.h_ 114" --

cannot make this compulsory) to take t I -, are being made for the .,Smith I'aintin.: jail cent__nnnn____ 2 lit' -- .t .
, PARK TRAMMELL. WHAT WILL THE: COTTON F\K- I Ttl Co. phone rent nn 1.0;
his profits and convert them into a I ohs('rvanco of Easter Sunday at the \\"k Co Telegraph rut K It onlce 24.Id 'jJ

H heifer calf. We have not yet decided! : ( Paid Advertisement) plat DO? Methodist church The training and! .. I.. VV.ll.. ... Fire chit f unu_ ._ ___ R i)0 .JAX.
K I B.. Shipman flrrman ____. ___nn__ 3.OilC.ut I
f| upon the breed, but think i is will be The -------------1 practicing; of the children will be under I Reaxley d > nu_-___n________- 100
a the ReJ Polled for we want a good Boy"If Cotton farmers are in a predicament the guidance of :\11';;. J. I n. Randall and Joe Canma d ii ____' _____u.u_______ :2.1:: hi BlSCUIT.ging. !
twenty dollars, [ ( ,\h Sxilln.Un do __ _______ Rto r.
hnu
ilrailk well beef I this If they wait too long to several assistants who will see that 2
producer as as pro- little pigs besides and they worth year. \\\iinwriirlit do! --_.__________h_ inn
ff duccr.H arc !i plant they will catch the boll weevil.If nothing will be left undone for the :Markli Johns du _____.___________.__. 3, 1ta! '1r I, 'oursh-! I
conot:3J.1
twenty more. Now, pa, that's forty Moitt: do __. _______ "50ftCh.i
Sixth. Neighborhood boys of six,, dollars that I raised on that half acre they plant too soon the cotton maybe proper observance of the day. Everybody *. Be.t.ley! do u.... --_.-.n.-..______nu- 3 nuTlilT Children! bin tlxm and

Ft seven or eight boys will draw for thee damaged by cold. C. K. McQuarrie is invited.Mr. 'h.lI1t..y do __.._.u' _.___n_ 00 '1.111 others cf I IK kinds.
of feed. : ojr
il male The the male state for the of : Arthur Alvarez, of Starke, wasa Roy Turner do .._. ...__unn.. _. i 2! nn many
i pig. boy receding Father-"Well, that's a Bern sight agent University pow ,.,area do ._ __ ___________n_ :R.o(1 Of hlgS: food value! better for
llmust agree to give service to the boys letter than Florida Extension Division, thinks huilless'iitol' to Lawtey TUf'S-1 I..i Canma do __u ._.__ _.., ____nn 300
folks than corrections.
t||who have female pig, and receivepayment cotton. that farmers should not be in a hurry day. '\II'n ('anova do -.. ..._--_____--___ 100 young: a a t
We feel confident that five hundred :

|| in a pil!. He will not be per- little boys and five hundred little pigs! this year about planting, because indications Total! _--.-u___--. hn.n____'_ IlO.cfl I
mitted to charge money for service are that the spring will be CROWN PRINCE'S SUPREME toad and Hnigt Fund [
vill five
to hundred farmers
prove __ .
J, \Vndrns & Son hauling r r'0IJuiitUy
his late. Of the boll weevil is unn
ISamoBg fellow club members. By course to :.
that the hog is a step in the right direction FLAT I.umU-r Co. ILml.'r and nails ._ K.41: Mede by Ci>ler Works/
HAS FALLEN
jithis plan, the boy with the male will 1 toward the "Diversified Farming be considered, but cotton will not grow EFFORT Handy '!r>mer ,ij-tcr .h. Its and labor :2.15:: : -
m receive an increase as well as the boysfflwith and Living at Home" policy. well until the weather becomes favor- J. S.K:'II"rt"r Mutt s-cav street work work__unnu.______.___.-_ 6.40 4.1!3VV -

the female pigs. able. ( Continued From Page 1.) + + + + + + + + + + + *' + + + + ; x
The education! of these farmers has
a So far, the pigs which we have secured Cotton has little ability to recover Total --.__--__.._._.____----_--__._ 107.33 + + \
begun, for they have consented to the Bond Fund
3 are all registered stock. Each land the from injuries of cold, unfavorable the Germans; a.s: their supreme effortin Manufacturers R.-cor.l. adv for tidy on + ; +
strip I' being used by toe
Hboy shall choose the sort of feed h ( boy weather. Cold nights in May make it this !greatest of battles. French <-en<'r ..nll'avin r n.n_____.___ 22 8ft
raise feed upon, they have signed towai'E'r Bradford ('o. T""m.h( printngi.'CiftCHtionn -
will plant, but we require a report tcShe to the pig, its increase, and theboy especially susceptible to rust. It is commentators suggest! it may mark n. .- n' .__u__-_____ 100.00Ttal I : FORSAII :
made to us on the kind of feed he also more likely to suffer from other the close of the Verdun l'ampaign.'hat'w1' ,
: profits, and we hope they will: Lint __ ___ ___ _--12"O! 'I.
the outcome. The general h .n.h -
a grew and what result n.
the profits and ; diseases, owing to Us weakened con \\
ranch interested in the of further business the +
progress There being no +
have been. This information we con dition. offensive launched! on Sunday over athirtl'11 ,
sider the boj as the boy is in the pig. council adjourned.! + 40 acres on Iawtey #.nd Lake .. I
will be of inestimable value toward Where there is of moisture mile front, i is represented! as
It is our intention to furnish !girls plenty + Butler road 3 mde. west of +
!showing what feed is best in thi i the soil is firm the teed be one of the heaviest blows !struck' bj C. A. FUTCII *
with pigs also should they desire land may .
gcounty for the production! of pork. them. I I soaked: before planting. But if theM I the Germans; n the war. Town CI'rk'I''+ Lawtey. ,

These boys will be mvite-d! to + 2:;; acres on Lawtey ind highP
comeinto >il is; not moist it will draw the moisluie i According to official! French advice* "
Waco in the near future and 1[ from the seed; and arrest the defend"rs of Verdun! have held! firm All the passengers and crew of the ,,, + land road, "Xation.i! lighway". +
have COUNTY COURT BUSY g-l'rmi-I I := + One-half mile north Jf depot. +
their Santandorino
pictures taken in a grout nation. The seed will then '10 e ill WOI'SI'I except at one point in the Dead! Man's S'paniMi steamer apparently :
and we the of th I I were rescued; with the exceptionif + 5iOO( cash or terms.: +
expert picture* e I condition than it was before ItVa:- hill neighborhood i, where the Germans; ; ) J #
pigs with which they are going t o Continued( From l'a1)). I, :soaked. I ; ail'tI.00; yards\ of Funcn trenches four personswho are \believed to + :20 acres on Iawtey and Highland + ,

start business.Due I i It is row reported from I'.iris that have been drowned.! The owners of + road, "Xationil 5 4 hway." + .

to the r-hortage of feedi-tuff s! The Jury were. Mc-ssis.: 1). W. George.; the tin:.I'm onslaught, : has diminished l in I the Vessel have been notified l that :she + One mile north of LawNty. About +
foremanV.. M. John C. (;.rif
Turner
r at the present time, we hue not considered Icing limited to front of was; sunk by a submarine after fifteen + six acres cleared. jI'; .! cash or +
f\tt-rt a
: ''tis, II. A. (;ril1i,;, Flank Hurn l'll. l >anMc.ore. i :
RUB OUT '; +
had: :
PAINwith
it wise to rut the pigs ou t about two miles between Cumieres anj minutes be'en allowed for the departure + terms
The trial took i
just now, but expect to make the def place Saturday oil Hill NV ::iO1 t. west of the Mouse. of those on board. i i + I... II. IIILL.Lawtey .; +
good liniment.
livery alout Marcie 1st. 1this tim e even inr.: That'sthe t + ( /Florida. + :
,JimI.II'r! and Kobt. I.ice. rail! surest Berlin views the Verdun! operations I r
\ln them. I
there will be. considerable stuf, : way to stop THE WAY TO DO. + +
green way laborers, gut pay and tired off pisjtoK The best rubbing liniment is ] confidently! pointing to the /ground I +
growing. \\> want to avoj; Navin'any ] : i +
I the road! for which th.11 ( trained rid the losses inflicted on th.; j i
on public -.\
of them die i which + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
might happen were aire.sted. They were tried bJ 'I'rer.-h. The statement is made by, the (>. L. Nash, who has one r.f the. f .

should Some we put thom out ti') early. I fore Judge Gardiner V m.laa'; MUST ANGLINIMENT Ui'i \ow-5 agency o nl'r1in'that: drainage; canals running through l.is ? -- iz

the of the men who are fmancii.i'; j pleaded not jruilty. The ffbv.v:' i,."? ,. : '. l.ri'ming i i ; Of the, battle snore, \land: not< only Keeps= the waterway frc

boys lave notified me that shout l.1 I ,, .: t! rjbbish but in the
a pig de: ;!1'ntl-mtOn wcro sworn in to ,-it a; th.ir Loon 1 FtTch have been capturfii. of has run furrows

Would from natural causes: the.1 in the case: (!. C. Sweat fOl'i'lw"II. >> {I' i i' a1! '" ..:ail that about twenty. 1 bottom, to loosen the dirt fn that th" : i ,

funush another pi,' or canoe l i" ; ', Kilnm'.ters of round ha< 1 water. when it wash it ,
i the debt, for C. ::url'l'nl'11.. Austin. J. L. s''I !\c -i ir< come, can a w
they do not want the bo'
t be discouraged ) I rency, T. I?. Prevatt (;('1). Melvin. Tlv\ III' :: .1. :'pud west of the h'ul' deeper.This\ ') .
: in his first venturtIJ ''.
mention! this to show the found a verdict of truilty against tin. With the exception of the Verdun I i is in sharp contract to Forr"other
spirit ex
Parted by our people. defendant?, and the judge: vouchsafu I Good for ihe Ailments of *e(tor no military operation of sits" land owners Jopendirg on the

A year from them a fine of s 10 and costs each. Rail Horses Mules nil':1: i't' are reported from any of tl.'> canals:: who never think of r','n"v i',1l
now the following con- 1 Cattle, Etc. I
"nation: will take way laborers! l..iH'n'- *ear:1. r battle-fri>"'s.: The change of seasonis. :" the limb, twigs and trees baj-Aii into
place 1 bttwee!'.'1'
many a boy and his father in thi now. their toss arranged! that th..+ Good for your ou'n Aches, r intcrferiinr with movements on tb e I them by the wind: all, \\,01'Y".t.. allow .

I county: s 'efriven a stay bond for ,J'rt days eachto Pains, Rheumatism, Sprains, Kiissi'iii. Italian and Meoptoinani.v!t I trees to be felled! so that th" top-

The Boy-'Ta what .. enable! them to pay their tires.You Cuts, Burns, Etc. | front although! on each of these; Ire: s fall into the canals. By neplertinir to
does she} weigh there '. the clean they lose -
| are ins: of increasing activitywhih keep drains pintof

three Father hundred-"W'll!. son, I reckon abou t J pet all the important rational. 25c. 5Oc. $I. At all Dealers. I i is expected! to become more pro- the benefit from their annual out- J. R. DAVIS & CO. ,i =

pound state, county news in the Telegraph. j nounced as the spring advances. lay in drainage taxes.
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Bible lesson! read by all.Season day morning. 1 CHISELED) GRANITE MOUNTAIN: WANDERING JEW IS DEAD
of pr.rYt'rluotatiolls Mr.. 11. L. Crosby, manager of the WILL COMMEMORATE THECONFEDERACY. t

j ( on prayer. Brooker: Athletic Club, was attendingto .
L Bible verses on prayer by each: mem- business in Starke Saturday.Mr. I Man Without a Country Finds

: ber. J. :M. Shaw, Jr., has opened a ?
County News Items Talks! : meat market in the :Morgan old store. I' Stone mountain, a great naked domeof Rest After Years of Travel. *,

( 1. Duties of prayer meeting committee All are especially invited to attend light-gray granite, an hour by mo- :, j,
Miss: Collin the political! picnic at Brooker Satur- tor from Atlanta, will possibly be The wj\derings of Nathan Cohen
':. Preparation for the transformed into a colossal! monument "the marl ,
meeting-y, April 29th. without a "
Week Our country, }han
Interesting Facts Gathered During the by ;<
Ellsworth Harper I :\11'. M. P. :Mathfny made a business commemorative of the sacrifice: and come: to a;j-i end. The unfortunate RUJ. j[
Regular Correspondents. .. .Music in the military endeavors made by the South whc"i,
m'eting-E\'I trip to :Starke; Saturday.Mr. !sian a long series; of misfo--
Bennett.: I W. J. Epperson candidate for during the Civil War. In the upper I tunes n\a>i? old before he had reached':,

--- 4. Faithfulness to the pl'Ig-c-G! sheriff, was in Brooker Tuesday. portion of the mountain's precipitous his tllJrt -.,e\'(>nth year, died a fei'

I ,. .,.. .. .,. .. .. ." .,.., ..., .,' -., ,.,. .... ..,) Ford Friday. C offin.Mission. :Messrs. L. A. and.! H. R. Brown and face it is expected to chisel a frieze days ago ':n a sanitarium in Connecticut
,
I, a new car of the formidable
: study, part 3-Hubert Bennett representative once his remains finding
H. L. Crosby and :Mrs. L. A. Brown a resting plate
?> Mrs. II. C. Wimberly! was shoppingin
j handsome
of
the A
army Confederacy. in the MJ-'int'
Richmond
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PALESTINE. ..i.J' Jacksonville Wednesday. and her sister, Eunice, motored over cemetery GII
Business.: page view in the April Popular Staten I.-Sand. Cohen's
." a I business to Graham; Sunday I( career was I
:Mr. (; E. Wilkinson, Jr., was a !
: shows how this
. Benediction. Il'hanicsIagazine most unhappy: and
!' !' !> + + r visitor to Jacksonville Wednes- Mrs. I. C. Walker and :Mrs. W. H. I I unusual one.
: ilr. George Kirkland, of Glen St. day. demons, who haw been visiting here, stupendous piece of sculpturing be J Some )ears ago he came to this

I II Marys, spent Thursday night with his Miss Anna Hudson spent Sunday Junior C. E. Program.For returned to their homes Tuesday executed. country *'th savings of $5,000, whirl
brother-in-law, Mr. N. II. Hurst. with relatives] }in Jacksonville.Mrs. Sunday! April 16, at 11 a. m. morning. The financing of this enterprise is i he had accumulated in Brazil, and fa-

1. :Miss Kflie and Cassie Hurst, Reliec- D. L. Rigby was shopping in Topic, the church a school for our in the hands of the Stone MountainConfederate vested! in .a business in Jacksonville,
ca and Weltha Brannen spent Saturday Starke Thursday.Mr. souls. 4 MEN NABBED IN! NEW :Memorial Association, Fla. The he was swindled out if

I afternoon with :Misses Bessie aud : :Max Wimberley left Sunday for Text, II Timothy, ::::U1iJosieB'nnett. YORK ON BOMB CHARGES which is headed! by the honorary president his mon*$, his wife eloped with is
of the United of the best fried and while
Daughters ,
searching fir
i' Ina Brannen. Green Cove Springs, where he has accepted -
f :Misses Effie and Cassie Hurst and a position in the post office.( Song. (Continued From Page 1.) Confederacy. It is estimated that $'_',- her in Baltimore: he began to ia

I- Annie I riggers spent Sunday with I :Miss Brown of Macclenny, was the Prayer. 000,000 will be sufficient to carry out 1 strangely and was finally taken to s
II Lula Wiggins.Mr. week end guest of :Mrs. Lewis lfarr.11r. Bible lesson read by a11.Lesson ] to 1 be arrested. After a long and rigid the undertaking, and this sum is to be I Iraised insane nylum.I j

i : Daniel ,aunt who is attending I : H. C. Wimberly, Jr., of High ';. story-Eva Swaverly an d questioning by detectives he is said I by subscription in the South.'The ) He read ordered deported to Brad;
a !I the normal school at Lake Butler Springs, spent Saturday and Sunday Ruth Richard. |I ](to have been instrumental in bringing entire facade of the mountain, under ths alien act, which makes i
s spent the week-end with homefolks. I with his parents here.G. Reference drill all bring Bibles. to police headquarters the men accused enough of its crest to preserve the sky j jI obligator/ for the company that bring!

II Miss Lula Wiggins spent Sunday E. Wilkinson, Jr., made a busi- Who is out teacher ? Matt.: 11:27-' of being conspirators with him. I l line, and an 80-acre tract at the base I ji I an immigrant to this country to n-L
r{ ,; night and Monday with Eilie Hurst j ness trip to Starke Tuesday.I Willie Dekle. "We have invaded the haunts of the i which will be developed into a park,, ;j turn him; 'to the country of his innri-;:

Mr. N.. H, Hurst made a }business I : II. C, Padgett spent several What are our lesson! subjects ? Rom. men who are responsible for the shave, ] l been donated for the memorial. .l grution if he becomes a public charge
''I trip to Like Butler Monday I days with relatives at Gainesville lastweek. 12:0-21! -Elmer Adkins. and explosions] on steamships especially I This; property will remain under the.'!! within three! years of his landing. Til,
: t Mr. E. W. Wiggins spent Saturday What great lesson in additionshould ] sugar carrying ships both atpiers custodianship of the women, although .;, liner Varnri: took him to Rio de Jut
night at the home cf :Mr. :\. H. Hurst. :\11'. II. C. Wimberly was a business: !be ]learn ? II Peter Ir.VT; -Jessie. and at sea," declared" Capt. Tuni i: virtually conveyed to the state. j I Brio, liut'=hc officials there refused
i. Miss Ina Brinnen was the gue.-.t of t'i.-itur to Jacksonville Friday. Duggor.Mission. npof the "bomb squad in telling of 1, One of America's foremost sculptorhas permit bar to land. r.
:MKs Eliza Brannen Saturday.We study] "Around the world 1 the seizure at the chemical! company'splant j been' chosen to execute the work.I sEffort,, I : !) to leave him in other COE-|_

are sorry to report the illness! : ; .. ... :.. .. ., :.. ';;.'' ;", 0, ... ... .._ with Jack and! Janet". ) of ?!tlO bombs} of the type said i I j His composition represents an army i ii ( tries 111(';. with similar failure and fr
ofo :Mrs. J. F. Brannen but hope hera I'b p Sentence prayers. to have been used in the attempted destruct :i i divided in two wings mounted and on two \.a5 he roved! the seas on theo;.,

speedy recovery. I I LAKE liUTLER. Business: and payment of dues.:: : ion of vessels. i j l I j foot, following the contour of the' 1, Vasariaveling i ::i.740:! miles on tlit;
.4 I 4 :M izpah.d The arrests are the result of an investigation i. mountain. Pressing over the crest originals.cerageticket whichhadeoe
.' >., !' !' !' !"' !' !', .. !". .. .." .- "\ i !' 0' !' !' !' !" '!) conducted! by federal an- i' and keeping to the right will be the him $-J.V: It liegan to look as thoapi !

I 'i Mr. Harry I'inkem and wife, of London .' !- $ A ,* J, j, ;. j. ?. !' !_ ,;, thorities since last June when France ,main body composed of (cavalry infantry i I Cc.h'n.1S destined to become one i
.. L.\\vTEY. i Ontario, :\11'. Jacob Perkins an ,:. complained to the American state do-'j and artillery. At one side of this, the' )pcrrAanent fixtures on the si>t?
I 4. I,!! :Mi-is :Martha Tompson all.111'. andJMrs. i I I 1, imOOKER.Ilamjiton.. (!- partnu-nt, that unexplodcd bombs had rounding(' monolith, will appear the when m. :March of last year he n!
ri ;. !' .. :. ;, ;. ;' ; j> ;. ;. ;. ;. j.. ;. ,j> I : J. B. Smith, of Charlotte, : r been found in sugar bags aboard the other force !headed by, a lam l1iant croup broujrl.t! fc'ick once more to the ports
I. \Jithi-I I. ."A. .. .A ", .., .. .. .". .steamship Kirkoswald. One of the XYO" .
Mr.I E. C. Fuller of Jacksonville.was Bran, who have been spending the !summer !' !' !' !- of 1 horsemen, consisting of the figures
visitor; to p I.a\vtoy on WPIWSr' \! ';, here, left last. week for !corker \s bombs! was sent from Paris to Washington of Lee, Stonewall ,Jackson ".Jd," i Then ll' }Knights of Pythias whim
day .II'. Fuller! lived t in the vicinityt 1 hunts. These! good people' have th'il'l l'OI:1-1) Ti'e prod.?,er !ball team cios.-ed t 1 bats I ; and Becker: :according' the Stewart, the .John<:tons, and probably !I ho had! joined while in JacksonviBtitngitlkrfwith
; ?, { several years ago) and owns some lard I frrtablc! homes here and w- always'I': with the Hampton ball team last Sat police, admitted tonight that it'a-: other great Southern leaders of the I i i : the i Hebrew Shelters!

I just eu.-t of I-'iwtey. i min. them when they leave and are'i; I', urday! on the Hampton) diamond! making one of those made by him.' i iAlleged r.f: >'s. This granite army, 'carved in t''and 1"II: g-ration SociPtjtook up b'case
.\f 1'. Lent Sapp, of Iaifonl"a: : a' g'd to see them come back again. j i ij the tint! gim of the season. The 1 to Have ( 1m fl..I.d I full relief, will extend across the sid-" llj.4; case wa: presented totk
? visitor to LawteWl'I"e .Ia\'. i j t'/1l'll' .J(>s"ic Johnson made a tl}'in' I "Brooker: Bravowere: ; not in goodhape I I Bockr, the )police say has confessed of the great rock for roughly 2(1111)) + autr-oiit.ls Washington: where'i
'. I Mr. M. I R:. Warne was transacting; : 1 1business trip to Jacksonville la>t :\lullclar.11' I: as they have not ]long been organixfd that his bomb factory was hx-utod in j tVct. The horsemen will doubtless avrage I was n p/i---enteil that he, had been be!:
the
.! in Starke Wednesday. ; :31 Percy Rivers: spent last Sunday; ; and several. players were steamship! Kaiser Friedrich Del ( between ,1"; and f>0 feet in height I in I Iarr :it and should be returns'
J 'I :Mrs. C. Fi"l1f'r. of Syracuse.: ha* : amt Monday in JacksonvilleMr. -. I I not present, therefore these hid to bereplaced I ( :Irosse.: The containers made.. by him although lira.-a and the former figuresare j j there. -
ho !is '
; teen spending several ;days! t HS the' ; ('ha'I'sJanire; : was visiting in I by those of the second nine! :I reported to have at'' .rh'I.Wl'l' merely aprJl'oximatetimates.. I On a I l&nd of $.",!11" furnished by 6
'I' guest of Mrs.. E. I D. :Sayles.; i :Starke and Hampton last Sunday. The game was a signalictory; d)> live red to ton Kleist at the chemical 1 There will 1 be altogether t-onv 1,2001+ j I Hbrew.M; ciety guaranteeing thatk

i :\11'l II. 1). Randall;; was transacting : TK-! stork vi.-il ,-eparate portraits each uniformed: i in'! would! Ii:' .e!.t 'tf) Russia; after there

business in Jacksonville the first j ofjl! : la.-t Tliuixl.iy leaving an eight i W> must acknowledge] that the Jfampoi ( j |Get placed!!! ed the them!. aboard ships. It i is be-'j the gray of the granite. It is possiblethat \ if his bJKh there \'ollllloe proven, CIt..n
r the week i ]pound! girl. team did; some fine work, but we .om1'1' alohipp..1 to ( nearly all of these f figures will 1 j wa< allowed! to land on March Sj
'f' Miss Dora Clark 01 Wateroak. was I )1 i. I Pearl SteinU-rg, of (Jainesville! I consider! that the victory was largely various parts of the United States, represent men who actually worked He wa-i etit to a sanitarium byfe ,
the guest of her sister :Mrs. Jesse is .p,'nding' :t few days with her !si.-ter !, due to t the splendid) pitching done by: )j frequently in suitcases as ordinary j for the South. The work will thus 1 be '! beiicfailors; where death has just eesF4'
; Reddish last Sunday. i it Mr. I 11.: 1 Feinberg. Hampton.[ baggage. of sufficient! size to bo visible] a dis-l hi ; {'Chappy an-l I unfortunate red .

t Sheriff! Denmark of Starke, was a L I Ii irandma; Richard and,] Miss: Belle: The Booker: team found! the Hampton j jI I ,manufacture Capt.; TIII11tl..dal'l'of: the bombs" funds for the \tar.ce; c f !si-veral, tulles.'t j 1-41. ,,.
visitor to iwtey Wednesday. I Richard I attended! the funeral\ I last pl'opl.,1' were supplied -
: 'I ) l.o.-pitable] and I after -- --- --- -- -ti -
Mrs.; S. J. Sternburg :Starke, was: I j'i Thursday of :Mr. O/.ias Alvarez! in Rai'ford. t the game they were invited! to remain'! j jover tHy he\by refused a wealthy' to divulge.man: whose He[ said!iden-he.was + + + PSI + + + + + + + + + + + :, ,i 1tuG.:: OF B\GIJ\U.
l a guest: at the home of :Mrs. E. I 1), '
r :;: for) a social given by the Caracas: : +
;'I : details of the + I -
told ]last
plot ()
t :Saves: Wednesday.]! ] I I Mr. F. C. Elves, of Jacksonville, This e-
j,, ?
I wa.s was very highly enjoyed! by (lur' + :.11c1.111t'II111: : TABLE. + :
tobor by "Lieutenant" Robert: l t.Iready Rage) d has been called the "pa:
[
Fayl,
\ t Dr. G!. W. Brown: was a visitor to :i \iMior at tlv borne of )1 lr..J. F. Bennett -I I Brooker: boys and they wish to thank + 'I "
dise
: unler indictment in 1'l1nn..dion"ith' ot'thr! pariah.! Dugs i abo
; JarkhOTivillWednesday.! thi week. |i the! Baracas: and! the people. of Ramp, + New time table takes + l there.
4 II : ; aH"! _rvd plots! ag-iinst steam- effect I : Xot: even Constantinople,
f':'. E. L. Biggs was a visitor t n ] We are glad to ; that Mrs. I'. :M.j I I ton for their '
say
I. | royal treatment: while; :hipThe failure of many iif the'Io"ml. + 12:01: a. m. Sunday, Jan. :2.,191C<:. + the dad i J of the Sultan Abdul A".
Jacksonville Tuesday and Wednesday.j Padgett I : who ha.'n\ ill is i there. *
j : very cot t- i f Trains will arrive + I
in Starke .
to posseH of those n
explode as
greatly chagrined o many!
j'1' r. (O I. L. Thomas and! children were valosring.; j I The
}. ,,,1 j visitors to Starke ( next game of the season will, 1 1 the pf-r.--1-; ponsiblo for th"il'n1anuradur : + follows: 1- I -cripi fl.-gs as warm today instrec'j
11'ednesday. j Th.tmwl.t"ITY business i is I"
e
: diamond
very played] on the Beaker I ..
,
I j and di-tribution.! Tunnoy told -- + | ; and alley =. They! barknaarret
... .,, ..,. ., .. ... ..., ... '.' .,. .,. .., much uf-.l cot weather.oil on accowtt'.f the c"ntin- |I Saturday, the :!:Ith. T5i" people her !him. Tli.trceltedi ii dimension +which:; .+ Jack-on\iIIe to Tampa tpi !< \\II\ day fiver the heaps ofr.|
i j. ., j dry! Brooker: hope to return their kindness milled: the police; in getting: Xo. 1 ---- _---__ __ _11:11 p. m. + ling I gfibage, a :il ti''right is i
I'; ... W.\TEHO.II \. ',!.?:;M I,i ed\1: from r. Charlie: Rivers has just return-j I j and I also, the; results! of the game. 'tion Leesburg after : '
I i ,.-\ ? I a suleasant 1--- i The bom'' wore .. + XII?!1 (Limited ) 104::; a. m, + utiveeem. either to enjoy then
\-iit with his children : composed
: and :Mr. \
.' .. .. .' ;. .(> !' ;. :, !' ;, ; .!:-MiN.i| I T. d.: Futch. and :i 1i Misses Addie Hall and Addle Thigjen '!J shells, the outer of aluminum and the .. -- + ;, Anyvi;v they re.-cnt any attempt ;
Mr. an.1lrs.:\ -I. McCormick: "ise I MKI.ojs! who i I of Orange Heights: entered the inner of -/inc. The inner shell + Jack ontillc lo Cedar Key + abate ;
] Kelley. has } -was
lieen :
I I Brookf-r normal )lul\ i I it.-d Mr. and Mis. F. :M. Crews atHighland uu'-hing school at Island drove; i it :!I' a strong acid], the police + ; jiaiago a
I ; I :Mr. S. .\. PmboUer, one of Bro't ksay, which after i + formal, ?' Turkish essayed]
Sunday. : ,
I few gir.ernor
i isjvi.ding a days! with her unci'. !! seventy-two hours I ,*
i i :Mr. Ancil Wainwright has purchased Mr.! C.: W. Bell. I|J[ tj": former boys, was in.I here last Sat would! rat its way through the zinc Tampa to Jacksonville + ;' rid l Lai-Jad, of its do,:s once and for1He

i himself] a Ford. Tii! candidates! a'v numerous in I(I urdayhaking* I.nllis'Itn his many and: I.ignite: the I ]powder+] or other oxplojive I j *, Xo. 2 4:51 a. m. + : I 10, jult-d: up .-. -lie; 1 11JD; >JO of ti T .
OIT i t'l iend-] .-' in the r! of'0.. 4 3:11 p. m. + j and (. tad] them in the
I 0. L. :Mi/it-11 paired through her f' but g this week. ) outer -hell. The re.-ulti'g; : : : to drown J
electioneering !:1't'lk.. X"U, I II I, The party given at the home of It r. explosion, according fire departmentovpert :: I| + Xo. 10 ( Lin ted5)1) ;) p. m. + gmaa' th I I't"I about 500 8 Ii''"
I Saturday is expected ta V :\ und! :Mrs. W. I R. Duboso: was vvc-II atr --. would: have been !i But wrt-n about! half the animals l lbieij
Miss! Dora Cu'k'iit! <'tI :Mr. andMrs. Ig' day in talks Butler: as it is I' I of trenien- + Cedar
tf-ncled and} all
)go 'lj )present seemfd to haves dim force, died if two I Key to Jacksonville + tu. disposed! of, the populace
I Jesse Reddi.-h: at Lawtey to le a gathering of the candidate.fom or more! OC'I'UI'I + I
f" Sunday. Xo
!j afire time. I Ij t red simultaneou.-Xv in : 14 0:24: a. m. + -i.td in the rt-ka-e of the remainTM..yth"
i.' I There' will be preaching here at thJlejlbronn .' ; all over the county. E'.fybodyii t j Several frfl11! here :attended the Misionary -1 j PU t of the steamship a vulnerable + -- 4i Bagdad: : dogs divide i icitj ,
they would barnout
t" : church] Saturday: and Srn t- i .- i-i.vited, ..lu I'.m.1',1! )bringA h!\ !fi'lChristian Baptist: services( at the Cm- blown the side i i| + Wanntr Trains + : iij- ttriitonaiiy.uh!: set fiomaintaining -
,. -1, plates and caused
I'I day by Rev. I.. A. Douoley.: '|i La t ham school} hoisO Sunday.Mr th"d! to ink, i if at sea. ( + Xo. 101+ ]Leaves Starke 1:1;: "> a. m. + itHI; cioooly:' of one .&

'<' I, .\. D. Andrew! *, candidate for! state I.; *. T. E. Waldrup was jii i Brookerkt The bomb was designed! to ,:i + Xo. 101 arrives Starke: 2:1.; p. m. + met af ain.-t all i-i'in-! : Lean
senator passed! through our neighborhood | Chiirch. i :: Tuesday in the interest of the it-elf thereby lea'ingnfJ trace consume ;1 + T. J. GRIFFIN: A er.t. + i'1 and\ ir ,-':ruble-looki!! g, they are.wmv. IR
of
i Tuesday. l.-M Sunday wa the regular day demonstration! work. I I origin of the fire. Since the + + !I : .' t <. as icav .,;.gerNevertt e:l
i I r Mr. and :Mrs. J. D. JL-Corniick: Jr, at I'.lirord1'(1 the cold wind interfer- :Mrs. J. I:. Holbrook! has I''n'PI'Y I I sus pit'ious fires and] explosions.lamutr,1913 have' + + + + ,' + + + + + + + + + + + the n ft.: that got.-, up from the I r-

attended the t lII Hal .of Mr. \\'. C.: r d I to POII.extent with the \- irk a v\1 ill for some time, but we all are i in occurred on more than a score of shipsat i : iag.; : .-lrtl'l'f'.1 struts )proclaims
I ( W'itt week.Mr. !L .. tally with! the pn parnti for hopes that she will 1 soon 1 be well. I this port. :Many of thorn were. attributed To Clean Watch Chains ;i too pf! inly how :aril i!} their *0i

I ( J. U. :\r,.('tl'mit.k returned! from :|!,! lira.. .imirg of our<' liP woik-- far: the The Woodman] Circle met at their to spontaneous combustion. Gold or silver watch chain can Le lon r.'. ..
t \\'t.lIol'l1Lml.l; '; .t ; ppointment. lodge in : The cleaned with -& --- ---
"\ wherehe hlllIi'f'1 l Memorial Service of Soverleiim only explanation the police! gave !, a very excellent result
called: to the >,.i'dsd; .> of his broth,.J J JI !! y, x' Sunday will! \II"' the :a'a lY f1l' I:I :) Lynn hut Saturday nigh for failure of the explosives to cause no matter whether they be matt or to How's This? I

,\ j who I wa. quite ill.! \\',' are ;!lad to t repi I'.I c-'ie; and the services w'l: }lo heljt 1 The circle wi.-hes to express their greater destruction was that the chem polished, by lay lag them for a few ,, We pffer One Hundred Dolla.] ?
'rt that he !left him improving. '' :- the u.-ual hours. Everybody we!- most !'int'rtthank;; to all that teals] used were of inferior quality! seconds; in aqua ammonia; they are ward -'or any case of CatanhcanDo' :

a The strawberries have almost ceasedto come.Work dered askance anti especially ren-I then rinsed in alcohol and finally : be cured by Hall's Ca!* I
appear in our i.eighborhood and unless on the Lake Butler church i; tho>e were rot of the craft. PICNIC .\T LONC: BRIDGE.: : shaken in clean sawdust,-freo from Cure c
we can get some rain at an early] MOW going forward in earnest.C. :Miss Agnes Wilkin"on'ho! has''' sand.Medical Herald. r.= J. CHEXET & co.. Tole&1o,4Zt
date the other farm 1. for I --- "e. fire un':ersir-1.: h'c )::10'".
products will l
1 several days is alle to' There will be a picnic at Long Chcnc andhim
I ? for tho Ixa iJ years
To
lacking. i ii. E. Program. attend! school: again. rh'igThurlay! :May 23th; where the Drive Out Malaria irfecty] hon ,rablo: la all b
II tout '
I And Build Up The transaVdons able
I System and fii.ap.rinny! : ;
; A J. I t. J.a a'. For Sunday, April lf, at I; pj. m. Miss Lois Kelly, who !has bee, n'( !! candidates for county and state offices Take the Old Standard GROVK'S ar>' ob !satior.s! made ty WJ;cS: ("
,;- !{ :Meeting willII{> held at the home of !Aching for some time, has returned will:! bo present and address the voters. : TASTELESS chili TONIC. You know ;NATIONAL n.\\i; orcoiun1 t
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>. Tarp
'e IIIGIILA : ThH ma Bailey om/ I Bring well filled baskets. Dinner) on what you are taking as the formula is |,I 2 .. J
f D. Q' i I Rev. A. J. Pir.holster who has the grounds. Dance with band music printed on every !label, showing it is JTaJl'K'! Catarrh! Pure h ta': :e1 latr. \,,
s Subject, How to always haa good .onously ill been for the people. : Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. act.n;:'-::reedy up ''n tlo: blond !.
for young Refreshmentssold ..
!' Braver meeting some time, is rapidly I The Quinine drives cons Ffac"-s cf f i- ?,y tpn.sent 'fe!! e,
I mproving. on the grounds. The speakerswill I out malaria the fi* l 73: cents p-f 1 bot"w .
: Mr. II. B. Hudson went to Jacksonville Text Acts 12:1-17:: -:Maude Hunter. be introduced Hon. Iron t-h ids up lc sv tl'm. 50 cent' by 1.11.ru mists. 1 s
by A.
r Thursday and drove back in Song. 1f r. Elisha Wilkinson spent the week: ![ of Brooker. B. Shaw, "' Take(.t&U'8 Family Pills for tallStl-- :
end at home Ilne5
returning to school IonI I ,S-14-tf. LONG BRIDGE CITIZENS. Read the Telegraph-$1.50 A year"J. 4 tho Telegrap'*-$ .50st J


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