Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 21, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Established 1879. Subsriptlon-Per Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75 Cents. Payable- In Advance. E. S. Matthews, Editor=td Proprietor. I'



President Wilson Demands Immediate Cessation- of Submarine Warfare; 1\ 'I .


Senate Passes Bill For Army of One Million Men Without Opposition :'J;

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I Starke Boys Put it Over Visitors j Candidates for U. S. and State

FOR PAVEMENT From Ocala. i ii i UNLESS SUBMARINE METHODS ARE Offices. Starke May 8 and 10. i REPORT DEAD


Tart Saturday afternoon the Starke i' Ie.-iues! on May Oth, when the county WOUNDS
I baseball team played the Ocala team. candidate will address the people
The cf HIs !I- ;
i line-up our boys was as >
I in Starke there will be two more days ;a
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Cliff Chancey, catcher; Ohailes: Kn- in Maytt aside for candidates to'':
BOTH CONTRACTS AWARDED I sey, first base\ ; Pitt Tomlinson, second I meet in Starke to tell the people why | MEXICANS ARElBECOMING 'I t

TO McCRARY COMPANYPrice l LITLeo Canova, third ba-e: ; Gus the -peaker, and lOt his opponent, TIRED OF Ul S. TROOPS 1
I'en!'Iey, pitcher; Allan Cann\a, shoat should be elected. These candidates '
stcn; Jim Kickliter, left !yield Chur'.ea are seeking national or state offices:
for Doth $16,03.SO: : Leaving lieas'ey, center field; Driyion I'ollrv; PROSECUTE RELENTLESS AND INDISCRIMINATE WAR- and Starke is the only point in the j Carranza Asks For Withdrawal c of U.

$17,000 in City Treasury for right field. I i I III county where they will speak. S. Soldiers-ClJf ins Breachof 4.

Extension Work. II When the game closed the score i FARE WITHOUT REGARD FOR INTERNATIONAL LAW, Candidates of division "U", including .\grt.t.',.u.'nl. '
stood S to 1 in favor of Starke. Though i tho-e who seek democratic nomi- w I.
our entire team played exceedingly j THERE IS LEFT ONE COURSE FOR U. S. TO PURSUE. nations for governor, superintendent -ff

Tuesday evening was the time set well, still Gus Beasley's pitching was I of public instruction secretary ofi I I\ Our punitive expedition i is still being Ii

for opening the bids for the construc- considered a feature. PRESIDENT SUBMITTED HIS VIEWS OF ,state state treasurer and all other punished with all the torture a des ;,
tion of a sewerage system for Starke The Starke boys have been very candidates not included under division i i ert can inflict on ufcorrily provided y ,

and the paving of certain of the fortunate this season and they are GERMAN CONTROVERSY TO CONGRESSNote "A", will speak in Starke Monday, .. body of men. News from it is infrequent ,

streets. Seven agents for contracting', now planning for still greater: contests May 8th, beginning at 10 a. m. !' and vague, but?,our soldiers are I

firms were present, and it requireduntil Candidates under division "A", including still chasing Villa. ;

11 o'clock before the bids on the I the Strongest Sent to Germany and Calls for Immediate those for United: States sena- .1 It may be uppnset that their exis- "
separate features of the work had been PREACHING AT LAWTEY. tor, comptroller and railroad commis- tence is not monototous and they

tabulated. The council then adjourned Rev. II. J. Thomas will preach on Action on the Part of the German Imperial Government if sioner, will speak in Starke Wednes- I i i probably have a scr p almost everyday i

until Wednesday evening. the streets of Lawtey tomorrow (Sat- day, May 10th, beginning 10 a. m. with Villa followers or sympathizers -
Wednesday at 7:30: p. m., the Coun- urday) afternoon. Saturday night and! It Desires Further Friendly Relations With This Country I The speaking will be conducted ac although thess are too common i M i

cil met again with all members pres- Sunday he will preach at the Enterprise cording rules adopted by the demo- to make them known )It headquarters.But e I
ent. There was a long discussion over 1! church.1.. C. MAIICNE. Investigation Proved Sussex Was Torpedoed by German cratic campaign committee. a brush of mon magnitude has f

what kind of pavement to adopt, andit I 1
Submarine, Though Germany Denied Responsibility. been reported: : t

phalt was pavement finally decided on a to concrete have an base.as- !SENATE PLANS WASHINGTON, .\pril19.-Ameri a's note to Germany which I J 1NUTESOFLASTMEETINGOFTHE through The incomplete last night sidy wjs to that the effect came J!

The bids were then examined and each 1
that detachment of bout 150
a ; troopers }
carefully weighed. It was finally de- I was made public today, says that "unless the Imperial Government of the Seventh cavalry, under ..

cided to award the contracts for both I FOR ARMY OF !should immediately declare and effect the abandonment of its pres- Major Tompkins, weiv fired upon by
the paving and the to the j
sewerage civilians at Parral Wednesday, on .
ent methods of submarine warfare against passengers and freight I
J. B. McCrary Company, of Atlanta,
j entering the town. Oi> American was <
whose guaranteed bid for both was: I[ A MILLION MEN ('arrying'fssel the government of the United States can have no SCHOOL BOARD!' killed and several wou Jl'd. The Americans \"

tf,033.80: ; this price including the choice but to sever diplomatic relations with the German Empire are said to hate turned a machine -
part the property owners are to pay. ,I I
the attacking ,
altogether.The gun upon ; party
thus leaving good surplus over and a number of whom %ere killed and iii ,
above the bonds ($42.000)) voted for LAW MAKERS NOW SEE THE note declares if it is still the purpose of Germany to prosecute i DEMONSTRATION ROOM ESTABLISHED wounded, and then reared to the lim '

the purpose. The sewerage contract ( relentless and indiscriminate warfare against vessels of com I' it.f the town in perfect order, whereca
amounted to $19,000, which leaves NEED OF HURRYING ACTION | AT BOATDRAIN !I
> was mad for The night.
merce without regard to what the United States must consider the
S27.03S.RO: ; : for the paving As the city I o* '._ attack was mafa during the
one-third of the paving only, and i sacred and indisputable rules of international law and the universally f
da pays I I the Parral but was
: I! Senators Speak Openly of Grave Danger Mr*. Waldrup Will Equip Room With night by people,
the abutting property owners pay two- I recognized dictates of humanity, the United States is at last easily repulsed. It i-: said the Car- '
thirds, there will be left a surplus, Which Threatens { S. | Apparatus Free of Charge and
P.rral interfered
forced to the conclusion that there is but it ranza garrison at ;
one course can r
extension of i impro\ements, of $17.- pursue.
On Two Sides.WASHINGTON. Patrons to Erect Building only half-heartedly i-i turning back
z 000, of which $9,000 will probably be The note asserts that information in the possession of the United the townspeople and restoring or ,
in the fund I and $HI00 in the
sewerage Trl
States establishes conclusively that the channel steamer Sussexwas der.
paving fund. While the bona voted April 18.- hoard: of public in.-truction met pursuant -
Our boys have male one reprisal +
for amounted to $42,000, the premiumpaid The Army Reorganization bill torpedoed without warning and that the torpedo was of German to adjournment with I.. W. worthy of note, a.- tb j following dispatch .
r.t by the buyers was $:',000, $-1:>,fI.I,) manufacture. The conclusion that the torpedo was fired bya Ki; < Miter and Chnsley Fogg present, I" tells about: a
in all that the < that would produce regular army J. K.: absent.
so lj.njt1 saved on Douglass being at
; German; submarine the note adds, is considered substantiatedby Pershing's Camp the Front in
the contract will be left in the tl'ea.un' -- 1 and reserve military forces in The minuteof last nWl'tinl'I'e; i
Mexico, April 10-( By Motor aeroj -
/ and maIl' used extension of Germany's; recent disclaimer. I' read
for !
1I and! approved. '
I m the United States aggregatinga j plane' to Columbus, X. JL, April 15-: )
the improw'menb.The 'I Germany is further informed that the United States gains the A deed from the holders of the prop- What the American ti.*>pers call "Viila's -
choosing of pavement i is always million men was passed by the ,-rty of the colored school and Masonic I
afiong the
d: impression from Germany's; recent communication that the Imperial Drug Store" was pnzescal'turl'd
a serious consideration but the Telegraph Senate tonight without a record !I'Uilding was sul-.mitU-d to the board after the (;..t fight, it
t: ; believes that the kind chosen 'I ; Government fails to appreciate the gravity of the situation.The for rebuilding a larger house for the was learned today fr-J-n men IIr the

for Stark, asphalt on concrete base, vote.On grave situation, the note asserts, "resulted not alone from i Lake Butler colored school on the site Seventh cavalry, who participated in
:br will not only! make a sufficient andsatisfactory the eve of a special joint 4.f the Fame The deed was not ac-
I the attack the Sussex, but from the whole the battle. f
tkjtin I [ on : method and character (
for traffic, of the of i and the hold I
pavement our session House Congress\ i copted wareturned to I The drug store wJ a pack mule:
but a lusting one. I of submarine warfare as disclosed in the unrestrained
\ery practice er.- '
to hear a message from the President loaded with quinine 'iapsules, antiseptics -
vet arf There are still some details to be is-I I of com .landers of German undersea craft duringthe past A proposition from the patrons and and bandage, -Jn addition the
arranged between the city and the contractors on grave international citizens of Hoatdram school to buildan
, twelve months in the indiscriminate destruction of mule carried a quantity of coffee,
bjl5 but the will be hurriedas merchant vessels
: matter sues the Senate hastened completion addition to their school house for which the American"considered of
much as circumstances; permit and! of all sorts nationalities and destinations." the purpose of establishing a central
with; in
of the bill amid scenes of equal importance : drugs
:atl the!
construction work will begin in the The note declares that of canning; and demonstration room, provided -
the the
I I use submarine for the de- maintaining of the cau!naign.
rear future. excitement, repeatedly rejecting that Mrs. Waldrup would equip I
of is the nature of the One of the surprises rthe campaign
commerce by vessels
- ;jstruction : incompatible
----- all amendments tending to reduce the room with apparatus free and the according; to (;leni-rel.UVrshinjr) has
STKAWBKKUY MOVF.MKNT. the proposed ::;strengthening i i with the principles of humanity and the rights of neutrals. Attached patrons and citizens: would erect the been the effectivenessJf! automobiles}
II to the note was an appendix detailingthe Sussex case: It building and pay one-half the expenje.s in mountains and (b's its: both of
,! The of the army.In of same, and the school board topay
continues Jand it to
1iiu' explained that which were se('miiuly vmpassable
an investigation of military and naval attaches
i is a wonder that there are'still any the closing hours of the debate the remainder was accepted the anything except men \r four-footed
'op\ berries to be shipped away yet the the Senate made provision for a regular 'i showed that the pieces of torpedo found aboard the Sussex were board agreeing the samo.A animals. ; -.9

! !' quantity does( not diminish, but is in- standing army with a peace I similar to German torpedoes in the possession of the French gov- proposition from William Uran- The chief reliance or the subsistence

: creasing. Tuesday of this week, for : strength of 2.10,000;: men as comparedwith II I crnment at Toulon. non to give three acres of land to the department for transportation is the ::1
.\'' e'tart instance was an extremely busy day I 140OuO in the: Hay bill which !school board in exchange for the land auto truck, which ha jfovenery ef
and had all the hurry of the busiest passed the House retained after a I The note was received in Berlin today about the, time Presi- and I'ale.-tine school house was received ficient. ?

: times of the pa-t. This continued : close fight the plan for a Fttlt'ral01- dent Wilson was explaining the situation to Congress in an address and taken into consideration. '' "The automobiles! 1 lae: done work ,
: IS' yield of strawberries in of adverse unteer force Tl'cherrl'port;; and bills: were examined 'lid the '
spite to
I army reserve aggregate similar in which astonished me, gener I
substance to the text of the note. Ambassador
Vet. conditions i is only a new demonstration 2'1.000; and federalized the Xa- Gerard I and warrants for all which al.! "They have traerd roads which:

totrig of tho wonderful fertility. lion;,l Guard; forces of the States at ;gives the note immediately to the Berlin Foreign Office and the \:"re approved. seemed impassable;; ; the) have climbed

ttefi; Bradford countyoil.. I' an ('stim.I strength of 2SO.OOO.! j United States awaits Germany's; reply. I: The trea-urer's report was receivedi hills where the rods :.'(111(, appeared s

The shipments and prices during! the I In addition\ to this combined regularand While the note is '! i d I fil-vl I. ad! his paid warrants check- sharp enough to cut tl.* tires and to
not considered
past : an ultimatum, as it sets no
week haw
been follows : i-.l tr have
as : reserve force of 7i0.oOO.: an amendment | up. smash the I'unni"ggt: ; they
;aj'df Thursday, -.i.i i bushels; averag" I by Senator Hardwick was passed :..time limit but asks an immediate answer, Pre. ident Wilson: be-i:I I ;: gone through canyonwhere( a goat

price $ctFriday. to create achool and college Heu'.s three or four days !sufficient time for Berlin to reply. II i I sriMHSTKKT ELECTION.The : might hesitate. The automobiles have
I ofi.1 7i;;:, bu.hilaverage price, 'I i often made fa.-ter l"hr.1'rs than any:
youth reserve corpin time of war I r
$'1. President Wilson is willing to discuss how submarine warfare .
of the service rwpt 'tero'r
or threatened war which would recruita !branch ( our
;( Iif.s Saturday 1,05, bushels:: ; prices force of trained young men, :schooled: may be conducted within the limits of international law AFTER election for Starke sub-school plaros. The automobiUtrucks have "
: !: from $.;;.:>o to ?S.25.; I di-trict took place last Friday. Three food fOI'11'n Ami horsenot
j by officers of the regular; army the estimated Germany abandoned her present methods. The President askednothing brought
pulls assessment was voted for, and)
Iriy Monday. I
l.rv. bushels advanced base-v but to points
; averagePrice strength of which j is estimate) only to
rem3' $:>.;.ro.Tuesday. anywhere from 200,000 to -tO).OOt). of Congress and his address was received gravely. Uepub- the) following gertlemen: were elected }beyond these bases, su iiciontly closet {

nDd1\! 1.J7:{ ; bu.helprices.. ?:!..",0 i Army of Million Mmi Mean Leader Mann, alone of all the opposition openly attached the trusteeE.:. S. Matthews, L. C. I'ow- othe cavalry columns ('I enable them
, to S4.SO.;; I'll. J. C. Poppell.
et i "We are creating here tonight President. lie characterized to send back for supplies; without losing -
a President WiNon's
. fi1)1 Wednesday. .-,.-, : stand as political Major :Matthews had let it be known
> 7.ui'hd\ :<; prices.iO ., of a million;' said Sen- : the advantages :lir early forced -
&\ >'-,: to $:3.50.OVSERVE. peace army play. I I'.- fore the election that he did: not marches. .'
i ator Myers, in supporting an amendment I !
1 Copies of the I'i-h to stand for re-election, as) the automobiles likowNe have bet of 1
: note n
:1 i of :Senator; Reed to make the were given to representatives here of ;
: MEMORIAL: DAY.raucter many demands upon his time did not the ".talf officers.. They
value to
j strength of the regular iMO.OOO. neutral nations the great f
army on assumption that they interested
I as
:eri as ;.Iow!! him to act as trustee, and he have covered trails where nothing except -
The Senate had agreed previously by
) the United States in the protection of neutral will ask the school board at its next
: The rights, but copies of horse nvif ever Ixforetravflod
or a :
.... Cnijed ) <; f'f the <:'onfederacy -I a"ott:' of forty-three to thirtysevento a
:if will have memorial exercises an amendment by Senator Brande- the document were not given to belligerent diplomats. iie-Ming to appoint some one el-e in at a rate of a hundred mile
: I his .
..,/ rextednesda,' theJi'.th; instant, at 1 gee increasing:; it from the proposedstrength i Secretary Lansing today agreed to see Ambassador Von place. a fla)'. There were surprisingly few- i.
I >less
two the wir
o'clock th I accidents to
at (> High School audi of l O.IIOv to 250,000.;:; The cars.
l torium.. Reed reduction proposal was rejected,'i Bernstorff and a conference will probably be arranged for tomor- LETTER: FROM lIt CLAYTON. would not work due tj| static conditions -

Those who have automobiles at their forty-two and thirty-one, after a brief row. Ambassador Von Bernstorff has already made it plain that and when hurri4nes kept the

a1'o"l 01>'' disposal to are requested to send them speech by Senator Williams, in whichhe Germany was not willing to abandon the use of her submarines. \I Myndu, X. M., April 17, 19K aeroplanes: lashed to tl/1 ground the the, .
take automobiles have brid.fed
'J veterans and others to the referred to the solemnity of the : Editor Telegraph-Please find gap .
cemetery. occasion which would confront Congress explaining that their use as commerce destroyers was a retaliation I j, order for S3.00 in payment of our money Telegraph making possible co-orditrition of effort
for the British food l between the various coiimands otter along
,4' tomorrow. |j i for 1916 and 1917. Mrs. Clay- j-;

"$0ibIa STARKE OX HIGH LAND. The apparently grave developmentsin The German Ambassador sent a long dispatch to Berlin to-I I ton is still living, and our two daughters -i: When front.making long ;tides through
the few hours preceding the passage I!i Anna and Louise, verging into '
Coast Mr. George D. Cowie, chief of the of the bill probably saved the |I night interpreting the Washington situation, and while he did not !1: womanhood, and all are well. district where attack milht be expected small- ... f'1"

'S"rVey party taking levels Let volunteer army provision. Champions i comment he is believed to have advised his government that i We look forward with great pleasure the automobiles travel in t.' liiiIi
n Cedar Key and Fernandina of the Xational Guard fought it bitterly I groups; with guards ir: each. .
writes !:\ :i Washington meant exactly what it said. to the coming of the old home paper -
us that the elevation I I their mobility these aui parties are
of the
spot in the committee of the whole 1 the Please tender I
Where the monument stands little and it Commenting favorably on President Wilson's address tonight j Telegraph. myj considered here as very Affective fighting ;
east of the a was saved only by a vote of I j kindest regards to all our friends in in emergences.: Xo river L t ji!
track and on the north Senator Lewis P'1Iin moved to strike showing that party lines Senators Wads- i for groups
side of Ninth were gone, were Lodge, !j j old Bradford and accept yourself ditch encountered has (roved a com,1
above mean level street of the, is 16-1,92 feet out the amendment. It was saved this worth, Curtis and Sterlin, all Republicans, and Senator Chamber!; true; friendship. plete or obstacle to the trroifress of these ;, ; .
Gulf of
lex- time of .
ico. by a vote forty to thirtyseven. lain of the 1 I Yours as ever, -11--
Democrats. 1
R- D. CLAYTON, (Continued on F&e 2.) s2S a';

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STAKKE. FLORIDA. FRW.\ r. Ami: ; :21.?i 1916.
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-' I + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + certificate in my oS re. ad. ha* mad--

, VILLA IS AGAIN REPORTED i, addition to this forty civilians or Car- REV. A. H. SYKES'!' HAVE EYE ON THE FUTURE + LEGAL f NOTICES f cation with laSaid for tav d.-ed cert fica1-to ..1.embraces in a ',)raDe,all.!

l ranza soldiers are reported to have + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + l I"1< described pn):(n- situated i lr. Rrj/
DEAD FROM WOUNDS. kf-n killed at ParraI.I That condl.1 fo.! county. 110rlla. t.t 'om 21j ft s
'' Worker Must Not Forget fnm. SW cor and MyrtlT ..
I Carranza, who alrl.'adyotretl'hed a TESTIFIES tions Are Changing and He NOTICK: OF APPLICATION fOR TAX DEEOHtnhy Wi.ie of \!>rUt;st. .h.r and J-in S alonir kiid10 IU.
: '. ,! i Continued From Page l.l p good many points in allowing! the NOW% With Them. notice ii iMvt-n that J K numltvil Kutoh. ft. thence W L'M f.. thence N 210 n It
Keep Tax SuitOtrtificatw
I !>nrchii.- thencE 'Jl'i ft. to |.t W m C.t.nt;
American punitive expedition to enter ,cth..I. : 45. 69. 75. 76. 52. 11-: add
-1" 'I. 41. 5. to Starke. S :;<. Tp fc, .s. R 22 RjJ:
': machines. ': Mexico has found that thin move I soft? :I''i; and I't.: i->utl l l>y Tax Collvctor for ai.l land In-ine; a...-M-d .it thdat.. of the
How job-pretty
I The wild! of thin region h,, at all! popular with his people 9 your BriulfiiH County. Kl<>ri.la. mch of the j.m.1 i..Inc. of such ci'rtiie4. in the name
> watot
: I
game: ; life? If
What is your aim in c. rl -icut'> l'N in.' Iutiil the 4th il.iy of \Iigu..tA Unknown.
: not le-igue to fear the machines, from aid he waits our soldiers: withdrawn.i Minister of the Gospel Thinks It : Are you satisfied if you earn enough i !>. I''I.'i.:: has filnt the. -ai.i c'rtiticat.in ',,-.faid Certifieati.ill L. t.roniiiiif .
; which one or two deer have been shot.i : i i ML'XICO CITY. April 14.-The I'' j my oflf'cc sniP ha.rnnl. application fur tax !o law. tax d( -..lill r..mt thlln I
'' His Duty to Make Statement to meet your everyday wants? d"v l to i-.ue in a"c"I.la"c.ih law The llt: Ith day of \.nl. A :f1. 1 .16.Witne 0
:; Some animals and birds have permitUd Mexican government will ir.si.-t, with I Does the position which you hold atpresent -i.! c, rtiticatrs "' "IM'tiH "mlre.thp following my oiricia'! .i.rtiature and *..a! this

nvuhino.s to approach, them clo.-e- j irl.xiIlttiriiiess!! :, that any force of About WonderI I look good to you for the nextfifteen I' land.in I I'.railford County. Honda. tl.t 17th day of March. ) "\ 1 me '
a-M'-M-d at the date of the i.suarictof vich v T -
Jy. The l IIf'.u's aloro have kept out of. American troopseit: lI.turXIl'1I uni : \KEKS.NUTKEI I
ful Change. years-whf'n a younger man CrrtificaU- the namo rt-"|Mftily hi-n-in- Sid 0 '
ight.! I der the guise of a punitive expedition will probably b ; tailed to fill your I]I aftriparticularly! Fit forth. towit. C) R. ,\. WEFKS. rk
The iiu'ii at this camp have )been : mu.-t be limited to I.UtH< ) men of one I j jservice i C'r!eat. No. :< tmt>raci-< the NK'i of SW :!.2I-5t. DeputCleric..
place rUfTII: )',.
; sheltered at night; by digging into the alone the i-avalry according i It i ieldom. ir.cieed, that men of suits you : hut do you feel so secure -! J-t, of acn-S.c-.ion*. a. -i--:.*lI..l 10n.hi"Chis. .|. 1'rinjrle.I S. I !!F"ot. .1 ----------------- LI
ground. Tents have not yet reached! to .statement today to the AssociatedTress prominence e.pcially ministers oftilt. I (Vrtificate No. 41mliraccs I all ..f \lit I1N'orlh Ii I-----= "
in it that you think it foolish toprepar [ i : .
hel' ,. the sub-secre their indebtedness of railway in 1":1..5 '-'r.iI add to I.apnutl.l. :OTIE fCIS.I
( correspondent} by gospel willingly express .
I yourself for something Action : .1. S. I K.aMnil the Kirs \-'r.i ir. tl.rn h n.
1 >
.I The usual soldier's shelter i is a bed! tary of Furl'intTair": } pullicly to a proprietary ter? bet-I' Hattie :1.\Viliam9.C I ; ; laws.i>f FI.rido th.- linsrd of -aiiic! liulrue.!chol

I I dug to a depth of six incV.es with a In the absence! of General; Candido medicine. Hu'.vcVer, when a medicine 'I rtificate No. 45 t-mbrarra I.ot I I- in Ihie' )..- lIon ..f Hni'iford cnanty Itrcbj ord-r" an fleeti'in .
.' t small! embankment around! it for a Ag'iilar mini-ter of foreign relations, purity and elli- These are some question whlh I -'nil alt t. Lake Uul'r. !1.= rivht of hell at Hr>/.kl!).. .1.1 l hi.i,"n th.Cth
._3 obtains that singular you should ask yourself now. \\a) of railroad. S '' tl. Towtxhip 5. of \Iril.| 1'18.! for Ih, ; ,: .hr.o- a Vpr-
wind I break. A few of the men, }however in Qjeretaro lIh- el'rttarymatlol' I.i'nl'that is shown by the uniform onditions I' South KanKc0.. :. As-c.c'J 1.ui. Wilinni cia! la" di.t.iet. th.- < !. <-.t. n of ,thi.v \
Every ( are changing. ,
year I
.I have dug deeper trenches inwhich i is in charge of the foreign oflU-e andis prepa'ration, Tar.lac, statements fro-n -. ti'- anil to ddl'rri. tht ani'.tint ,.r miliaife
In a few unless! lift flu l.ia'-i.-wd. Th- 1.lal""r
I years you yourself rt t'catiN"i tmbrzci-. N'j' of NE'i. -aid di-
they !'JI'l'Pith a blanket laid i conducting its course in international I citizens to be considered { f 5f 1 (net to I || ".
our be"t are out of the rut and add to results : S.>t''n' I". To-An.-hip 3. S. K. ::: E. i") artb. a.- r.I"'h. .mm.'ne.nr at NE
r- over the top. raii's. thoroughly commen.unite with the as.-H4J J C. I.. 1-ek. rorn. r "f M-cti'i i ttwife along esiP I section
through your experience )you will be I of SW ,. lint- ft to Santa n. r. thtnctal.JM Santa
Cttiticai.No. ti'.l .
: milraceSK'f |
: At 11001the temperature i is ninety; "The Mexican goeminent ha. (.on-I that is actually being accomplish I
good dumped bark with thp novices or "C N\V' Siftirn :n h. Township 5. S. K. 2JI' fr rixt-r to soutn D."i.n line 21. thente
.; ,. by early morning the creek. are usually terdod l in all of it-* notes to the \\": ed.! 1:. t', ami-. ;...-. t'nknown. .I .. to SE corner of i=}c. 21. thi-ne* north
. froen.Surprise I I ington State department." :said! th' I! Kev.: A. II. Syk.'s. Pastor of the numbered with the "has-beens. I C.-rtificate No. :.lml.rlct W-. ui NWIt I I along Bradford and (,. ;lay co-jnty lint north t
Do you allow to stand still ? ;( N'\V'' ,. Section 2. 6. S. R IS pint of b'linnino. n tricin.i. M-r-u>i;, 9. j .
: j is cMiie.x-nl by th.- men atthe SulS"'rdal'"that I I the sending I I of ': Watkit's Park I'lT-hyterian: : church ofNashville Xa i an ,iio l }lueI that: ', (b : i "ft :,-r. .t--------1 Tnwnhif. .. Urooks. I 12. if.: I. 15. 1A. .M and 21 and such
up ->
;. cold. .Mo.-i o: t'l.l.: ihowj-'hi: ;; tli: y i--a\y aitiiei! :; > ai.d ,.lu\\" nii.ivhii.g infantry Tenn., prominent nut only nll \akt I', 'tilicau- N.,. 76 embraci-s EL of Fl.1,I fractional I'lr. of "t"1'. .". 1:1 and ::
all in ?
fore is late. :
% too Originate some .fE Section 3. K. : I.
Township ] I
i 1 :
were heading for a warm climate and on punitive expedition is: illogical minister of the but 1.'I|I >I .. J'i* fei.1
I' a a.- a go.pe popular I thing in your business; polish and Improve -I acn. -tM'd Jam. R. Rrooks. I 1 />rt-r- r;nrri Jr.and .
J brought only light clothing. When Ii and the work of the presentsocalled as, a man and ('iliZI has lefl ( ,'rtiit'ttN'! >. SJ ,.m"r'c'! lot X. Section Fn C'lmenvUi- .
I your new methods. Make a _: S. K. II ,. auws-x-d C; ELL.
they entered) Mexico at a low altitude ,i punitive expedition ha,. more to this friends and (\'1'1tIU't I Township. 6. acre I r SCI .
trU. I'nknown.C.rt'ficate "
!' position for ) nursef] so progressiveand 4.j.lt "Crctftrr.NOTICK
and were blistered in the heat and al- \,, than denio.-T.-trated: thi.- for th.han. lepos'M I in him. said recently! : I N. 112 ei-.iirace lots 1 and 4. - -
t 1 I II so up to th< minute that you are muck 'n in \Vortiinnt'! : >esr-e.l t'nknown. : OF AI'rIIIATta'} FOR TAX flEEDt'lER
kali dust of the northern Chihuahua accomplished! : ..11I.outdnothin! |, "For the pat ten nion'.hs Mrs :
indispensable. Htt: you can't go tosleep Certificate No. 1.16 unbraces E'-j "f SW'H TO' > fF CHAPTKK
desert many of them felt their wor.st., "Mexico: will ami! has in all of its I :\11' has lo'1 in very delicate health, on tht D* alert. Set and SVV"" of SE'4.; S-.lion 4. Township .. 4'*.. ,.\\ Of FI.OKIMA..
fears about heat confirmed and! discarded communications I i to. \\'a-h 1.gttui i in.isteci i "l !rl'ringfrom bad stomach and kidney :, jOI. yourself : R. :2') f:. 120 acre. a-sesM-d I D. C. MeKin. N.itio- is -nliy gI5. -' that T ,' Alderman .
0 I a goal and tight to gain it.-Chi. N,). 1.S.1 i-ml.rsci--4 FE' of ami .\. ,\. Futch. furcha-ir* of lax certif.cate .
I some of the blankets! and heavy that all punitive: expeditions! !" rotiictcd troubles, which gradually developed American. nn-C.rlil.al... N\V't and Wl.Section 1, WI'I N.I 11 ilat.. d tV 4th day ,.r ,\ UKii.t,
1 dothingwith which they had started. 1 I I I .- to certain areas. The 1\"iUl't, ;i into general! nervous: breakdown. Attiflies cago -hip S. "S. I,.. 22 E.2i acres assessed N. r. A. D. 1'JIS.: .-, tied .!. t-. I i':1--: ,. in mrofTire.
: and, ha.- rr.al.i..J -;'
''' >n tax e4
t r' Ih'n. .1 1,1 u
That the Villa :\llh'l'f'lIts are nt all 'of Administration! that the pres- her alarming.and .
romlitiul L-aml !I'>!.1.I -a'.l fertii-'at shall IKredeem. to i-u. in leclrda''h In <-. il P ti'rti-
I. with Villa a-.d; I running .'.way from the I j I i-nt e.xpt-dition\ ); be considered! an exception I frequently sought medical au- I BEWARE THE POPULAR MAN .1 ;-ord'ir.: t.. 1f,. Tax Ih-eil will i8iA' ficatinnbraco the full-: v :i-' ,I. rriltd: frcttrty i
fro'm htll1' .Mexi 'n.0 ..n .n the illth day of April. .\. D. l':'16.TII rituatril in Hr d'nnJ county. K! inda. ;
.\ml'l i'ans. cti! be s-e>i the\ f cannot be agreed: to vice but nothing could do for her -- tit ;
I NE' St-c. Ts.. s.
ul-I' \\t .:] .Izi'" of March 19:6 \\ : I. : ::: a
lowi: y. Their; training as. bndits I (' government. for the very good reason ",'I'mll to bring! relief. "Good Fellow" Makes the Worst Kindof W. T. WEEKS. raid land II.inl a--f. .,: at the, date f L>. SMianir
been'o thoimirh that tha't- able! to I that each day of its so a' Clerk. of men ri-rtitica-J in tnc na.re r.f tnlno !
r presence "In I fact, sheuffered: I so long and MI Husband According to I ; .'
: I H! I I "n. said c.rtfic.i' 'I'.i:
R. A.
: -
-. work without the supervision! of the. j jchitf !I' far ii'bind! does but excite our )people much that I feel i it my duty to let everyone Sophisticated Widow.A :. :Deputy Clerk. ..moP a.cHrln.Inl. t ) tat tai i:."d "-11 I b iriMthenxin
: I I I, more. This i is I.l.ingtakl'n advantage! know what this; mlirilf; has on thr 15'h Jay Vay. ". I'.JS.

: Kl.:: PASO.( April : v-A: Iarilluf'il- of by enemies of the Federal! Governinnt. ; I N01ICK: DV APHI.irATlOV FOR TAX DEEDTNDKK \Vitn4. my ntlic.alvnaturr anj nn\\ th:
i i done: for her. For months h'-ri: sophisticated vu'iow, her .
airing "
I I '1\'rJ : SKCTION; H OF CHAPTER the llth liny of An-il V ,1..1 '!. > ._
hi follower'lumbering! I po.-sibly one who are endeavoring to >ttteit'idtqit condition! was such that she had to ie-1 I views in a New York paper. declares j IKI*. LAWS OF FLORIDA.N"tic V.-. \..
tousand have sacked i'!I : that will international > j i.- h,.-..ly piv. n that It. E.: Kniirht. 'SEAl. "cfcra.Ii .
t Si'lTafujult. S cau.-c ;grave main in Led, and as a last, I'nt I that the good fellow the clubable man, !)'Ireh: 'r nf Tax No. ISJ. dated I P A WEEKS.:

located I five miles across the Mexican complications.! The incident. decided! to let her try Tar.lac. makes the very worst kind of husband. I ;I- 1-"ibo of Julv Clrllcall. 1. 1\1:. has filed aid .1-1 1-a' 1."u1) Clerk.
I- i border and {'ijhtmiles ea>t of .Jim-I, at I'arral i i" case in point. I consider
: I a "I am a conservative man and ha\e The type of man who H loved by men I ,

:. inez. In so doing they destroyed hundred :I this incident the last drop} in the bucket always been :skeptical regarding! the chiefly for his genial faults is a terrorto I

of thousards) of dollars worth and believe when the American people I live with, this who is i FKES AVD COMMISSIONS OR OTHER REMrNTIUTIOVS
f'l I ? use of proprietary medicines, but thi.1 lays lady ( OLn'TEU OFFICERS. AND THEIR OFFICIAL EXPENSES.:
; I : of American pioprity.This and American government fully l- j 'a.e has certainly proven an excep credited with considerable experience. :a'm'r.1. >ho"inl COtS1 ht of gross r"lipL,. total 1PI:11 net amount of n

: i was the news received, yesterday -, realize! its impoit they will! gladly tion. I am now firmly convinced that I Such a man i is quite incapable of r. ipu ., the amount ., office has. made in each cn>e compiled t ulltAiln from th reports
I of county officers of Bradford county for the six months ending : 31st 115 under
i'. by a representative of one of th* I accede to Mexico's request and in the ], Tanlac is a medicine of great self study and of self-criticism : he I Chapter 615 of the Law of Florida.

.: ,, largest American "1inin concerns! in intei e.-ts of peace and in line with the I[ and (extraordinary merit. I 10\11.10t knows the mn like him and he can't',i \V. V. KNOTT. Comptroller
Name Net
Mexico I and it i is l elieved to 1 be authentic. traditional friend-hip will withdraw think I have evereen anything: to think why his wife dwsn't The man j i I A. T. Week-. (' ,Oric. ft .u ._--_ -_---_$1 RlliplS'n>30.72 .'J'.S.ol: $R..ipt 3.21S

I i It. is believed here that Villa i is the troops. Xo one has ever questioned I I prompt results. Mrs. Sykes who is popular with men. says this | t DenmarK. Sheriff .u__ __ ___ _ 2.6: 1.0IC.04
gin I' i .\ Jardiner. Couni Judge ___ __ .6.1 20.03 766.28
I either with tho )band or is directing itsoperations. t the honesty of the purpose of 'I only two-third- a bottle lady, never gets on. either in business |, <.O.: W Haz.-n, County Treasurer) 0_ __u nuu.u___ __ ._ u- -_ 727.17 'i.'i.S.* 663.59

.,I, the United States in limiting the present !1: of this medicine when we began to I II or anything else. He takes pride in IJ. M. Itowlinir. Tax Collector __ __--nunu TH2.9: 23:.4'i 543.47N.

".lj The following conference was probably military movement to a punitive notice marked improvement in her being a good spender and he cultivates I I). WainwriKht.J Da tier Tax* of\ss.r the Peace n.nnh_.t 2.261.32 '' 125.02.1S6.32

: ; carried o.i with many sly winks nature but it is hard to convince! the I I condition. In less than a week from the art of generously spending to the i': I. Illanciiard. District No. 1 --__--__._----____--__ 9.17 i .50 9.37
I I on both sides: native population that thousands of the time she began taking it she was detriment of the art of making. The I C.V.:. I-ew is. District N.. a __u_ ____ __ __ 22.0'> .53 21.41
: 'i \V. Sweat. District No. 6 __ ______ ___ 3.10W.
u uu 3.11'
Pershing's Camp at Front in Mexico men of three branches of the service able to sit up and is today able to help wife of such a man is forever anxious I (;. Sl'a! District No. 7 _------_._______--_ ___ 21>5 Il.K

April 7.-( Iy! aeroplane and motor do not have semblance of invaders.The with the household duties. Before :-hl about financial matters usually neglected -, B. I). Kelly District No. I --__------_-__--______-- :3.4 -" 33.4

.:. couriers to Columbus, X. M., April i Mexican government believes in began taking Tanlac she had fearful invariably unhappy. And the I I W. T. Ha.l. District("No."unstable 9 .. _____unn- : ; .4-) 12.

,: l-t.-\) report reaching here from I the friendship! of the United States pains in her side, and suffered constantly men are always so sorry for him. be H. B Bennett District No. 1 ___uu_______.. ____n_ 10.00 10.00 i

Mexican sources last night was that and believs that the present: crisis will I fromour stomach and indi- ing tied to such a fussy wife. (.. "l-hillipn. District N.. : _uunu___ No R".r "
I K. Williams. District No. I -__ -__-___ -_ 7.5 7.50
: Julio A ota. a Villa leader! near! (;uer. pass leaving relations more cordial jgestion I and wa< ir.te.isely! nervou.s.These .1 N. Si.aw. N. '> _u'_ -_ ._._ _--__-- ('(.n\" 00.00J

rei I), had declared! that he would: no than ever." I am The Schedule Crank. If. Saw. Dorct\.hll.'c No I __- -.---. ___--________ 01.1 .-. 00.00M. :
.. titl'.ingymptom" I DUlric-t N. 7 __ ._ 41.23 p 8.59 82.75
j I longer fight against! Americans. Agosta The first Mexican note was written thankful to say, hu\ entirely disappeared The man who i is living this life on 1 I'I'an..n.. Denmark. D strict No. / ____uu.u--__ .___--_ --_ No Rcjxn. '.-

has been considered one of Villas j :March IS, with articles of agreements, her appetite has returned and schedule time deserves to be an object I j J:1 W. Hamilton. District No. S> ___ -___ ___--__ 6'---'U: J. 47.50 21.iO"
'Ta' As.-i-soon. aid 4-5 commissions on current tax ilrnienc, usually L -. -,'<.n fiitt'iida
1 I are .
steadfast I His
mo.st men. announcementif I limiting the distance for the invadingforce ,
; she to relish everything she of I know of creature who I
seems pity. one *.!- > m lel..I..r and liecimber 31t. and remaining 1-5 is xemrally-raid after July 1st of
: true, is taken as ';strengthening I thu-. : ('ato:. She sleeps better and is gaining! is so precise in his appointments that :I" ,illoniPi >tar. ;
reports that Villa has met with serious I "Article 1 --It i is ag-n'hll.y the (;tiv'rnnwr.ts strength and flesh rapidly. I think it he is actually living a month in ad. I! : __
defection! among his own people.A of Mexico and the United I of short until I IVhatchergonalo '
of You
only: a question a vance to him.
ti11 himsff. say
:r conference- of- considerable- signi- I Iatl' of North America that the reg- : her health is fully re .tored. I "\ toraorrer noon 'i ::. GOOD; l'EOILl.: j jI CRY, ST. I

I : (ante took place here wne'i don. Lais 1i1' Federal troops of one! or the oth- ( "Tanlac- has- ctrtan.ly- proven! a remarkable Bill?" and he'I consult his little rest- !; '0 7

i i Horn-ra, command! r of the Carranza 'r country a- well as any forces of mi- n'lm.til! her. case and will pOl'kl engagement book and inform ', feel that I am ii >i iebted to the peo-I j I lie low i i5 a '.-upy'of the jury drawn

I :;rnyalh'd: (;leiu-ra! I'erfhin "itiamen tho-e 11alli7.f',1'y I either tell them April Hth, 1.i1.! cording law to
: or I do all you claim it. I cheerfullyrecor.irr.rd you that he is 1I't up as far as next pie\ of Bra.lf\ll co..nty to [{ to ,

: The meetiii;! occurred in the midillc}, o\'nm"t: may reciprocally! pass the 4ourdiiy it to my friends." Wednesday! at 10 p. ni. (meaning engagements j who are not pers.-t'.ly' acquainted serve as Jam's f. J the Spring Term

,: H f of f a HK-si Jivw mil!,.,. l-road aud twenty at any poi'it between the Tanlac I.soiI "X'll..i\'f. hin Stlk. ot course Then you say, I v.:ilh .\. D. Andrewsomething! ; about Circuit four.; at jStaike, Dradford

.I' miles! long! with innuntain.s walling 'j *.io rol"rr.dlan.1 Piedras Xegras when ] by C". I'. Cason; in Lake I.'utlor! by "I wanted you to lunch with me tomorrow him that the world does not know. j jI county, Floroa.: I'i\ l.e held! May 1

sidi-s and a jrraclire ra illgup hoy I lx> pursuing inilivluals his for nearly I It li.'illii.g, S. .F" I ii\Vii.l. S., lilack-
f 4 may clo-ely : Tomlin.-on-Maim's! : Ih'ug(0..; in Honp-: at twehe! 11 me see I have teen pa.-tor I j .1
sitif! cf a nearby: moantuin. The two I Ir : declared! outside the law of evil ton: by the Hmpton, Pharmacy; in I says he, "I have a fifteen-minute canceled \\ 0 years. and in i.is, business confiiice \ 'i.I,'i.j.j.. l ':, di; ,10"1,1 I I- ., Knignt,
i I t-talld: : in the open, in a oii'cl s on 1'I'll'k-I' 'ocrs' who} have interned tlu-msi-lved ; I iwtey by the, r'ash h Drug Store; in engagement at that time so ill ti and mu-t say that I dint know p c'. J.J \ViIiiri! 1>. B. M., l:1: i.l;:, Kin-

) (' :r.d bacoii tin,.. n either of these countris after havig in the for the! I IiI: f haA... X.
j."I' I 1 :tflr by the Wawl Drug Co.; accept your invitation! ; meanwhile his equal (inty raceIC 411111. : HII..J ,
", t It va;; the fir.-t moiting of Jeneral: j: committed depredations fur the : and \orthi.lrol by It. T. Taylor. I )'ou'l excuse ine. dear boy. for I havea I i i.s making, ar.d .ion't think for a Morgan, Lee lri) 'ilas.V.. I Knight,

.1 rt-i :hin, siju-e th<- Amerifan e.xHdition : -- i urpo.-e! of eluding/ pui-hment.! -Advertisement.STOLKN directors' moetinpr on at .: :3.! and I n.oment that you ar- doing him such K.bar! T.. BI!: i I'll. MtKi.M.ry, J. A.

) : : crossed the- !border! with a Jen-I "Article :2-This agreement will l 10 o. I leave f'r Hoplunk. X. J.. at 5:4: $, but a favor! when you vc u> for him as Senator .J., ln.ke-, : 1. 'jeddish. U. A., Par-

J c-ral of the :Mexican stall.: Ilerrerahad 'ibject; in all its terms J'.nd conditions! : I'll bo on hand at twelve sharp! "' And hut you "ilgtt,. entire 1It.r. H. : I'voks' :, o. r.. t'i ews,
( : CHILD I 1 IS : P 1 IO( ) .rl
4 I: arrived earlier at the ranch bunts -;.. the following stipulated aitico"Article =111'0:1 J. G. Crawfi-d Strickland A.
j o : ,. he records it in his !).k. This schedule cour.ty good.If .J. 15., ,
tic about a mil'' from the American J I \ :!--The reciprocal ii-age mII: (; \i'.sv n \ :!> :0\) I crank has ("pr'lhin/} prearranged j you aie Kkir.g:.. for a man thatis II.. .11'1.1'"d. Kidifi' \\"., Ti-"n. J. 0.,

I t' 1 camp. I His fir.-t jrrei-tipjj there was1:' "ferred to in article one, vvill Ixma1'" 1 IN FLORIDA..( ) I except his flnral and if he happens' i hoi.est, go to his u'cord, as it is asa Brannen, W. {IL! li/own, Arthur. tre.1;
I. : from an American private a cavalryman. "ily in the 'inpopulated! and) ,!!'=Plt' to have I 111 Williams
I a previous engagement:: I"ok. that its pag '; are not 1lotll v. r. rink-i.Hi.: fll'fn'1. ,

t.V who was at the ranch to buy food.! |' "gions in the districts named. Unojniluted TILILEE.. April 1-\:; 1-j wager he'l disappoint the mourners i Whoa I find I a ni..n: or orphan I). W., Wil*.I. II|S., Andrew.-. D.

.. !. This private walked! up to the Mt-xi-1 I' and uninhabitated] gioiir- year-old: boy, fair complexion, by postponing that!-"Zini! in Car. need help! in our to.vn and carry the McC'ormick, .' S.; I '! 'at t '. S.. Kit,

: can whose coming! into this I region was ill be those at lea.-t ten kiloireterr hair. I Inc f'ye.1 loh"\.t to.1 held I. toons Magazine. ', message to A. I D. Andrews he never James, Jr., JlrnH. K.V.., I IJ.-vill. J.

: unaruti'iiu-ci i4) ai.d' held out his hand 'istant from any military carnn o' ;' by a kind of Gyp.-u-; ,., l"tla11 of a.1eii'g .- has 'lad.? any excu-- to get out of doing H., Douglass.' Xoffian.
; to the jrencral of whose rank he was j own (on the hou'ndan'. line: of rithf'r'I headed for Florida. Some tin," I Inebriate's Dignity. ; the .thing I ask him, and in one j i ?W. T. WEEKS: ; ,
isrnorant. (Cenrral: I II lt |
\ ;: I ountry. j t ago at tr: ri.-iue.--t! of the .J\ par! "There! was oM: Judge, ca-e a very haiwU Iamshottom.
'II ".\1tideIUnly' in exceptional) j cuts (0\11'11'1; TramnitH sent out description !:stated the landlord of the Petunia tav- I. -ending to the St. Lukes hospital in I ----3 --- -
t. That Villa i is fri.'tiulc.--: i i.shown
f r : nut IJ' | s can the expedition! be carried to'' to newspapers: ; (.f Florida ern. "The drunker he got tho more Jacksonville! had re-juested! me to get ] un 1 i:> or CANDIDTKS.) : .
I this
I !! by dispatch : oints nearer! to camps or I'opulatl'tl'dl'ns ai.d! again Governor: Trammell hn.. digriififl he became. One day he was him to carry him, a' 'I l I asked) Brother I -

I ; KL: I'ASO, TexaApril; K.: (;l''I'-! j I -,: referred to in article :! than is I 1"1 called on! 'h>' the mother of the I leaning against the sign post out here, | Andrews, to take hiI: down. Thoughhi I Candidate., are ;Joijuired to file with
*, Ii i 1 I al 1'anf.lo; Xatera, who cand thO'I( her,'in set forth, and there will Uno I'' toy to assist in locating the I+.lil. Thfollowiiig the picture of dignity and lit up likea -- wife was very p"orly he left her the clerk of the court ..tate-

;P split h"' \H'1I Cat rui'.a iII.1'illa! with xccjtion.made of camps or towns i> a copy of her letteri itten In trying to turn around it: b"d with a good nurse in charge, meats of all Itrl'uit.

I 1.tIO; nwn ha> deserted the Carranza \ :rated in mountains or wbo.-e, accesa" : f'-oui 1:. Iilnau Place, Jersey City, he l tripped.t10U'\himself off the walk and carried the ma"'. Mr. P. U. Par- tn tit, (.I'rUo""' eXIcn primary es.acol'til ,

I'' stamlard!! and I ;or.e to n'inforl''iIa.! | ; made dlfllciilt; by accident or even X. .J., on .\prl :>, last, and aJJ 'lsl'I'; and rolled under a motor f1 car. Insteadof menter, who we thought we were pay-I '\ ,tbejlaw. gornii.K
}' ; I'atera has ai'andoiu'd\ I."-on, burned j, nlinary circumstances.; I "To His Kxcellency: the (;o\eIIf scrambling out he stayed under lug our! last respect to him alive, but j ccion i
the town of :-ilItaIaria: and startednorth. The 11.t >;.,t"II f-nt rUst !i-e led:! not
S('oretai-y! Lansing sent a counter Florida. I there and slid all around on his back' Oir; coble tITaits ca--ed him to yet I is'' I
: Th" informatiun was liroujrl't} | leclanttion to the d<' facto Mexican i] "I am the mother of .lames Dougla. ) -1 in the niu.l. carefully examining the among the living.Ve want men who ;, earlier thanII' I ';th. our later than

; i l.ere by courier from Leon. j covernmeni, in which the following .-.- Gla-s.; who \-a\taken from a farmhouse under side 01 the maII' Then lie look well after the welfare of the very I' May 1! .

0 I .\ late rumor has it that Villa's dad j tides occur: |(. at Greely, Tike county, 1't 1.1.I crawled forth. aro'p and gravely remarked poorest, as \.1 as the rich. 'i The -ec-ond -taf) ment :hould be fled

I but a "burnt tLil.liui) .; the tire.:' and j "Article I-The government: of the May I I 1-th la't Circular enclosed, I : '.\h I understand it all now,' I He.-idi's: ) ", I }.;, .e had the Ilea-I''I i.ot t'a: ii.I thu .Ia :"iih} s.or lattr
1 the militr.ry .tuti'i} !' !.- I than May L'yili 1 h. !
tr' \\41'\. PMWand I ir.pjtry entered !promises to 'o-nper- herewith. I and wal1110! oil down the street perfectly ure of talking witli! the men

i i I Will not l 10 -lt'\ l' it before fully -uitaiitiatid >. ;' IM .11'\' .' .ly possible! to the end of ..v,' have traced the l.hi1! will Gyp-} ', satisfied: that he had tooled the I lou.1 (.1 tiit' .at l.'iiOfl. of the legis- I i The thi.t --tattmcnt must l.e riled

.- : apt uring the bandits and .summarilyxecuting I sic i in North Carolina answering the' innocent bystanders completely.! lat'ire, and Iii'-ni lik.' Cary A. I lad'I not later than JuSe 7th, nor later than

;: \L\SIlI I lNtT; 'N. AP'iI l I 17 Confirmjalien them. i d.1. iptil: of the missing chid. but Kansas City Star. '! of Live Oak, XaHe'iderson: I : June KHh.j ,:

I of the kath of Villa is ,.tilllal.'k- j ".\I.tide ">- -The pursuing force vi1liniuediaeiv j I before, official-: reached the camp th"i I -on, Mr. I lanwlrk. of Jefferson, and I I j Failuiv. <>f a,.:: i -ai.di'lit' t.i :::1.:! hU
in at the State ami; \\' Gypsies; had left for u:'knowi! ,
I. ,, }: tl. d.-p.tr'inets! !return to its own country I parts To Get On Well With Others. three \\ aie honor in every t.-iteneit.s uitb.i the tin.e leijuircd
tonight and al-<, at the Mexican f-m-1 I We have inf.rmatiol on hand: which and If which have brains j *
law !
i .it"r pui'i.shing: the liand it is pursu-j 1 "In order to he even with way some ( by will I ar & ichandidtt.'s name
t_ i : bassy. The wily di.-patch: ft'O'nawl'1 j I t( dto -how they left for Vntrtat ". sat"ft. enough; to fill the of i fiiim icing d.ln the .tTicial ballot
: J rg. When it has failed to do M>. in : the best we need, to be content S'J\'rnor': thaiI on :
'r-. lean sources teiuli'iy! ; to lend color to'i I I .o case will the pursuing party estl1li.h 'I "Our object! in writing is to r'Ittf : I with 1'\ll ltt ad to bear a great the; state, and whip some r.f those | to be u-f d I a' : he primary election,
the report wa" a !brief. ftatement from i you to send out a geurl alarm fixed will not I .Juno ith.; '
itself! or remain in the foreign I "a\ s the wise Kent-Ion. Hetint's men .rf' so tll') ;
I| tpal
\ t :Major] I llowze. of the Kleventh! caval-j e-ver the State of IOliJ.l. in order to for tie place this next term they say i .1
I I for the
-ountry time longer than maybe that there must be "a mutual i --- -- -- -
ry, now near l' u'I'al. that he had information keep the people on lookout for 1 1II with
\ that Bradford: i I llos.-ed Close
loving I county >
necf.ssary to accomplish its mission. forbearance. ooks Will
I which! 1 11 him t.> believo th. ihilj.: I Frequent sipn'e.1 : i Registraton
II habitual recollection stlf-de-1 I (.,iO of the noble.-1 ai-d Nut energetic, j
I 1 thi Villa and :t few of his followers you will grant our prayer n gistero
j "llpil1 reiju--t honest and clean Christian ;
I It has Iwen claimed I tact.1h'n. gi'ing up all critical tendencies : gentlemen First
our o't'rnnt".t -
: li.d t'.ed! noth-\nl wa"d! Po '; IV"-- thanks for favors
: :" ;:! any youmay faithfulness in putting aside that visited Talbha.-sr-e ( \. D.) Aniiliev.i. ( -
'a i is (he whei-e! unofficial'|' that Currana! has not fully coferited I am' "-
near plac-e
grant me
: i
; < with I j all the ill"! :imaginations of a jealous, 'I. bfslde.s the good things they .
tit Mexican i rej.olt< ,.:ty that Villa<. body I our troops pursuing: trulv 'I i RUB
; "Your.ery Ii fastidious -.aid! al"it our friend'illians.. j OUT PAIN
r: fouiid. \la.:! ;nd that this i is an "exceptionalcast I i i ?'-Mo\e. all these will go

I wa -." .. 'IP'. C. }L.i, ,ELLA GLASS." j' far to maii.ain peace! ar.d: union. I How' Let'cast our votes on that ...nliI'
While Villa'Iu.dy l : j Isaid t. !he en I I I' with good oft liniment ..That'sthe
% (On April .', Washingtongovern- many. \0111.1 t.; avoided by fou! dation: thtt t. will!! keep our groattn
'o'.ite to Chih1aluathi.tei! : has IJHeat arother I DAXGFHS; : : 01 11\11 |i this simplicity! Happy is he who < .o in a progivsske way. If a mat surest \\vy to stop them.
i.i.t ord I'l..II'ithl'l" Getieral; I-'wnston note :agreeing the The Lest l liniment is
or proposition th.tt only sixty kilometersof Diafeel! best when we are hut neither list"n.s to lum..1 nor to the ;Is so weak that he lou1tnot get sonxbill
Uenoral IVr-hirsr..
make certain of it.idMit'tication.takany stepsto tht'"bor-.l! Ii I.e I.e considered i.! the and Ii-Iiril.! : jti>t when they aie th" idle talk o others. through, though fram(11 it even

This fact i is con.-idered. sijTMiticant i of :i ugiv. ni-i'.t! ar.d: that the pursuing force I 1I10" tar"IOlh; ant th*> result' is Neu for hi.- own benefit, men what co-ild MUSTANCLINIMENT

the attitude of the state department would rot remain in either country ralgia. Stiff Neck. Sore Muscle, orsometimes i No Wonder It Was Different. ; he do for his county ? It's a treat to

towards Villa's death. I However it is more than fifteen days without a special I an attack of Rheumatism.It I "D you notice anything different [ this county to have a man like .A. I D.

I :ntimated that the I'nitt-d State might j;| agreement. The note also agreed I : such cases apply Sl an': Liniment.It about the milk this morning, dear?' ( Andrews to leave his business and

i e willing to accept a formal dl'darai i I that a pursuit would! not commence I ,.timabt circulation to the .01'(and asked a young wife. "Why yes now "| attend to the affair.- of state, and wo

ion from Carranza that Villa had before thn-e days had elapsed after I painful part. The blood flows freely ; you mention it! replied her lord and assure you he. is a consecrated Chris

i the commitment 1 in a short time the stitfness and master. --that is tian.
of the crime. To 'at I "I s more more ,
; i ecu killed ansi! order the recall!) of the
.. troops. thwas added the .statement that the I pain leave.Thoe sufferings from [ i tastes- Quite so!" she cried Written by his humble pastor on his Good for Ailments

I I present was a >pecia! cas.To this I j Neuralgia!; or Neuralgic Headache wi" with a triumphant ring in her voice i own account. W. OVERSTREET. fhe of

Recapitulation of the work of the th. Mexican[ "H'1"m..nt. refused to i! rind one or: two applications of Sloan's: "Our last milk was so thin that five I; L Horse, Mt e*, Cattle, [te

lAptditiun; in Mexico I hothat *ev- I jagiee and! demanded! the recall!! ,.f the j Li'iirv.T.t! will give- grateful relief. The days ago I tried a new milkman. He from tho Matthews farm i is on Good for lour Aches.Pains .
tty Villa bandits have .
been killed. I
American tronp.Registration ,;. j agonizing pain gives! way to a tmghlj had such splendid milk, George, that sale"at A. Darby's. If it is not
the number wounded unknown and! six I I I Rheiiniatism
I It I j sensation of Cmfort. and warmth andi I took in a supply for a whole fortnight it and get your Spra
prisoners. The number of American Ii satisfartol' ret.ur Cuts Sums
soldiers Books Will CloseI i quiet rest and sleep is possible. Good I've ben wondering every Ete
killed is money.
said be
to :
I for Neuritis ti\. Price 25c. at your morning when you'd notice it!" I 25c. 50c. $L } At all Dealer. 1
wounded and one missing., In I First. Register. -
Drujgi-t (1)) Read the Telegraph-$1.50 e vear I i -


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News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. j NASTY CALOMEL I MAY GUARD coAS rS. .

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ft! Live State 0 Starts your Liver Without Mak- I American WASHINGTON holding, April 20. One 00
telescope in
News i; ing You Sick and Can- i telegraphic I one I .

l I I g5zgsa5iSii6i Tm- "cl-;;;;; ;: as sasg J I not -Salivate. I dreadnaught Europe) could gr send! : Ls7; -
." Every and druggist in town-your druggist sure of our finger coasts! by the simple pres- Li t

everybody's druggist has
noticed And the
PEXSACOL-\-Fifteen carloads of both ridden it to Pierce where they a great falling off in the sale in American would be resting
Automobile trucks reached this city' were arrested upon advices sent out of calomel. They all give the same perfect safety miles beyond the I 1j
of the
the other day, and will be shipped to by :Marshal Vestel. Just what the reason. Dodson's Liver Tone is taking range! drtadnaught's powerful .
guns J#
Liverpool on the steamer Adelina. boys had intended doing with the hoist I its place. Such is the 1:4:i
There are fifty trucks in the shipmentand they did not claim made for the new -
state. They were taken "Calomel is
and people telautomatic --- ..
form the first lot of such system of wireless tor-
equipment to Tampa to before the know ,,' \ fJ
appear juvenile it, while Dodson's Liver Tone i is pedo control with which the c r rat'I 1
to fro through Pensacola since court. government : ,. .
perfectly safe ..
gives better -
results may soon guard shores. .
the commencement of the European our The -'":; .
the said a prominent local druggist invention of a young man, six .---- tiN'I
to of only
war Owing; shortage boxcars ?
and the of EUSTIS.-Fire of unknown oiigin I Dodson's Liver Tone is personally years out of college, bids fair to give /: r mrt
necessity making ,
destroyed th, I guaranteed by the : \ \ t-. r'
Seaboard water tank every druggist who United States the most awful I '; I j
'f.: \ '
shipment, they loaded flat en- --
were on :
i fells it, A ; '
and pump house I large bottle costs 50 cents, gine ever used ,' 1"I
Thursday: night. The I : in warfare and reduce ", "I"If.
and built them .
tops to -
cars over i '
protect and < !
I wooden trestle if it fails to give relief in i the danger ;( ,
them from the weather. across the Lake Dora easy i of invasion on either coast : .-. r"
I Eustis anal was also destroyed.. This every case of liver sluggishness and I to a minimum. : -' ;2O t'

trestle was used jointly by the Atlan constipation you have only to ask for John II. Hammond.[ Jr., inventor of /1l; ,, i, '
DELRAY-The awarding of the $.*>0 tic Coast Line, Tavares & Gulf and your money back. the new "steerable" torpedo, which .' r, -,"' ; I, '
r "
prize for the l best collection of vegetables the Seaboard Air Line railroads and I Dodson's:; Liver Tone is a pleasant- literally chases the ships it would destroy t! ; :V [J- .(

grown by a boy or girl under :. all traffic to Orlando was completely tasting, purely vegetable remedy, is the wealthy: son of a wealthy ? K/A : S !
eighteen years of age in I'alm (Beachcounty tied up all day, Friday. Both crews I harmless to both children and adult. I father. And, perhaps, it is lucky for jJf ;: 4 y

to Killie Huffman of this city, from I the A. C. L. and S. A. L. were I Take a spoonful at night and wakeup I this country re did not have to starve ; -t.11Jj vw"I .. \ ..

gave the other boys of the county a put to work makinga temporary' feeling fine; no biliousness, sick i in a garret while perfecting his mar- 'ff

goal to work for through the coming bridge so that their trains could get t I headache, acid stomach or constipated1oweI5. velour invention '. ''lJ'A7b"M (2:4 NOW

year. Willie's prize followed a win- through at the earliest hour possible:; I It doesn't gripe or cause The Hammoid torpedo be 4..tf4J ::-
ter of hard work on his little patch, It is presumed that the fire started I inconvenience all the next day like crated and steered by wireless from
for all the work was done by the boy from the Seaboard late train which violent calomel. Take a dose of calo- land at a distance of !8 miles. It I BY DEPOSITING 10 CENTS AND INCREASING

himself outide of the time he i'pen.t passed Tavares at it p. m. the night I I mel today and tomorrow you will feel be steered from an aeroplane a mile may j YOUR WEEKLY DEPOSIT 10 CENTS EAGH WEEK i"I

as a pupil in the sixth grade of the before '. weak, sick and nauseated. Don't losea away, but the plane may guide it for YOU WILL HAVE .
Delray public school. I day's work! Take Dodson's Liver 200 miles before sending it upon its NEXT CHRISTMAS. HELP

JACKSONVILLE-According to the Tone instead: and feel fine, full of vigorand final errand of destruction. It may be YOUR CHILDREN TO JOIN. IT WI I L Lt TEACH

LAKELAXD.-The Lakeland FloralCo. information received here by City Au- ambition. ((14-5' operated from a shin almost as easilvas I THEM TO SAVE AND PROSPER. \

., of which Wm. Height, S. :Mellin- ditor Frank Cassidey from the coast. ,1,
ger M. J. Simon and G. E. Coogle to start work here on the preliminary In addition to all this, the Hammond 40 WEEKS: i ;

are the proprietors, and who have a survey of a new 80 foot road from TOMATO PLANTS.Did device may be used to steer a 2-CENT CLUB PAYS $16. WH1.00 :

gladiolus garden of 50,000 plants near beyond Ortega to Black Point. The small launch without a crew aboard. 5-CENT CLUB PAYS I

Lake Hollinesworth, have been shipping new road will start from the present you ever notice any little hard This boat carries a torpedo in firing 10-CENT CLUB PAYS t; n'
gladiolus blooms for several brick highway a short distance on the brown fruits among the strawberries? position and another charge of high 82.00 j

weeks and report a good market and southern side of the marsh about a Some have failed to develop and some explosives. Within range of the enemy WE ADD 4 PER CENT INTEREST.!

excellent prices obtained. 25,000; of mile from Ortega and will run withina have a whole side that failed to fill the torpedo is launched by wire- ..

the spikes, on which are several of short distance from the river, skirting : !out. This injury was caused during less from shore and the powder-laden YOU CAN DEPOSIT 25 OR 50 CENTS, OR ,
the blooms, have already been ship- the beautiful St. Johns and enter the blooming period. The cause was boat itself can follow on and finish $1.00 OR S2.OOOR MORE EACH
ped and shipments will continue for the brick road near its terminus at the versatile flower thrips. It is not the job at corrected range if the tor- WEEK. A:

two weeks yet. Black Point. With- the building of this at all particular about its host and pedo misses.A COME IN-WE WILL TELL YOU A OUT IT. I

i\ new road which will mean a savingof consequently works on a variety of Hammond torpedo can be driven COME IN AND GET A CHRISTMAS BANKING k
at 50
MIAMI.: -Forest fires in the Red- about one mile in the distance:; from plants. an hour on the surface, BOOK FREE CLUB i
lands section have done great damageto I Ortega to the National Rifle Range, Just:; now it i is paying attention to It and beneath the surface at 28 miles. ; .

some of the fine citrus fruit groves an enormous acreage of new unimproved the strawberry and has been for several carries a gyroscopic udder so delicate

in the vicinity, and are menacing- property will be developed, and I weeks. .It will also be in the it that hit at a distance of three miles BRADFORD COUNTY BANK i ii 4.
the* city's over-heated tomato bloom before can a bamboo rod only an inch
ers. The residents are kept busy all masses will be long and will j ,
the time fighting fire, but one twenty I able to enjoy the pleasures of swimming I cause considerable injury if the warm and a half in diameter resting upright .

acre grove of three-year-old trees, was on the beautiful sandy beach of ,, and dry weather continues long. in the water ten times out of fifteen, -i ,

totally destroyed while all the neig-h-I the St. Johns -it'Pr.MANATEE.Seventeen. I J. II. Watson entomologist to the the If"tune"any enemy of ship should discover .rlri T !tt---- \s
the .t "'
hors were a mile away fighting j University of Florida experiment station Hammond torpedwaver r"'it';: .: :
and attempt to block them /:::/) .
another grove-owner's home. The I : another ": TE \
Odd l'v\-\ recommendspraying to control 1 ware lor.cth :.v'j l! .lwORI! *
long, dry spell has left the dead grass i l lows;; from St. Petersburgho:; attended this insect. Tobacco extract i is perhaps immeilutf can be substituted If{:< ,1 ... .
and leaves in the woods in aery inflammable l the Odd Fellows' dNtrict meeting the best material. If Black: Leaf I the ly. Even if this is not done, :\. ..:' !.f \. t
hip which
interferes ;:
will inv"it i5 :
condition, and the slightest and banquet session 40/ is used, mix at the rate of two- Q
at Bradentown on' it.-., '
spark starts a the raging. :Monday night! were shipwrecked near thirds) of a pint to 100 gallons of wa I as any own ship "cuts in", for on just the wireles as ii I ti1.l! ERTI1IZfR S f

the mouth of the :Manatee river at 1 ter. Five quarts of commercial binsulphur '' t'lInt rill the torpedo, with almost!" uncanny j

PLANT CITY.-:More than one o'clock Tuesday morning, and all, with added to each IOu gallons of accuracy turns and carries .
thousand pieces of mail have been I life preservers, swam several: hundred this mixture will kill any red spiders loath-dealing load toward thehip DIFFERENT CROPS \" REQUIRE 'I :

sent out by the Plant City Board of feet to the beacon l light at the en- i present. that has tried to block its path.It t

Trade during the past:; two months i in i I j tl'anreto the channel, where they I!i is for this death-dealing device DIFFERENT KINDS OF
its work of j clung to and perched the I DO ROACHES BOTHER YOU? ( FERTILIZERS
advertising city and | upon ledges' j congress:; probably will vote to '
I I' pay:
endeavors to bring desirable home- to the beacon until rescued l I.y the'j I Young Hammond $750,000. While the basic elements ait: the same the

seekers to the city and surrounding Favorite Line boat at 7:30: Tuesday There are numerous roach remedies 1i3 amounts of the ingredients .

territory. Inquiries from all over the morning. The seventeen passengers i Sometimes it takes all the family and FINE POTATO CROP. FAVORITE FERTILIZERS vary '
country have been receaved by N. Vernon were on a private yacht which took: all theremedies to keep the roachesI ,, ARE '

Hawthorne, secretary of the board, fire when the engine back fired and I of the house. The best way to : S' !MADE TO MEET t'HESECONDITIONR
Jl'pvy Sheriff M. 1.
at, the rate. of from. six to ten each ignited the gasoline supply of the combat them is to leave no attractive Cameron has I '
aay, upwards 01- tnree hundred inquiries I !boat. The flames i'preadr"apid1r, giving midnight lunches where they can obtain p ately inspected! the Irish potato yieldof Each
i all iOU; acres at the State Farm. He sack is marked to sltotd the Important' '
having come in since the reorganization barely time to buckle on the them. Then use all the other
of the board two months ago. I life preservers: and plunge into the means at hand. Destroy all the egg says the field looks like a sea of green, elements. j

water, which is about 14 feet deep at cases that can be found. These are hat the stand is even and close and Special Formulas for All Honda Crops
that the .
plants _
this point. are vigorous, promising -
SACOLA.-Within the past few usually attached to furniture, woodI to yield a heavy Write for Quotations.
das it is stated that several hundred I work, in closets, in corners and other This potato field crop.has
experienced AGRICULTURAL
pounds of camphor-tree seed have been TALLAIIASSEE.-The h<,arains sheltered places. the same vicissitudes as all other pota- .' LS.

collected in Escamhia county for sale of Sunday afternoon and night resulted Borax or calcium fluoride sprinkledin to fields this seacon. The plants have INSECTICIDES. ,

to the DuPont Powder Company at in a fire. In the storage warehouseof the runs or around places they frequent suffered from cold and drouth. Yet I

Wilmington; Del. That these consignments ; the Yaeger-Rhodei Hardware Company will dispatch some of them. It the fact that they look so well showshat / fflDfPfNDENT fERTIliZER COMPANY
will be thankfully receded is there is not probable that eat these ,
. was a large quantity of they the proper way of fertilizing, ,
indicated by thA news that the powder unslackened lime rnd in the roof there, substances intentionally. The theory planting and cultivation has been used JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.r '

company has just paid $6,500,000 cash was a l leak. The rain slackened the advanced! by J. R. Watson fntomolo- on the State Farm, though the same t :.-

for a tract of 11,000 acres of land near | lime and there the fire had its origin gi!t to the University of Florida ex- seems not to be the case with the potato --- -:
Green Cove Springs Fla. which The place is periment station, is that ; .
upon near the Georgia, Flor they walkover patches we have seen around - -- --- _- -
the company expects to grow camphor I ida & Alabama railroad's passenger: the powder, which irritates their. Starke this season. It will be worth ---,----- ---- _

trees. The camphor is used:; in the I depot. The alarm was sent in at 10 i ( feet. They are supposed to lick them while for our truckers to learn the :I 'i

manufacture of high explosives and II j I o'clock. About fifteen hundred dol- for relief and in that way obtain the proper way from the State Farm offi : : ,'....,.,:,''.""" ,,r'4j.1I.v; '
Japan formerly had a monopoly of lars' worth of new stock for the hardware poison. At any rate a number of dead >.; '; tySR .,,$- .. I I
this trade. roaches will be found after of cials.Mr.. II !
company was stored in the one Cameron: says that the prisoners i I I'I
building, together with thousand \ these:; substances has been out. ,'. J '
a dollars' put not otherwise engaged are mak- i 4, ,: 1
MIAMI.-This city has been selected worth of personal property l-e- ng barrels for the shipment of the ; 111' W. E. Middleton
as one of the six points where the longing to Mr. L. C. Yaeger. Someof AN IDEAL SPRING LAXATIVE pot toes. The stuff for the barrels : !

Stewart International Pulp and Fiber the contents were saved but the I A good and time tried remedy is Dr. is sawed at the mill erected on the II I

Company will locate factories during building was destroyed. The large Tal- King's New Life Pills. The first dose farm. ; ; : I
the lahasee Lumber Ccmpany will move the sluggish bowels, stimulate -- I
present year, according to an announcement yards near ,
received by H. G. Ralston by were saved only by the hardest the liver and clear the system: of EDGAR H I II I ,,
from C. L. Stewart, of Murraysville, kind of work by the local fire addict! waste and bloat imnurities. You owe EYES : k r Our

Pa Mr. Stewart has been workingon in the drenching rain. it to yourself to clear the system of Optician Tcsted'JACKSONVILLEFLA. : 'Xf

a process for the production of body poisons, accumulated during the S !
cellulose and spinning: fiber from waste PENSACOLA winter. Dr King's New Life Pills Broken Lenses -.., > r
The Duplicated
vegetable British government will do it, 2c.; at your D-uggist z i 'I
matter, and inasmuch as the unable to get war munitions (1)) Same Day as Recieved
saw grass of the Everglades has been handled ------ Wi Specialize on flu I Orders-We R y Poet+Ae zy : I
through Eastern
found to be adaptable ports withanydejrree Ingram Charlie, who will be presented n 140 W.FOR3YTH IT: I Senator :
to this :Miami
use, I
of dispatch, has II
turned to for trial at this term of the I :
was chosen county
as a factory site. The the lFOR
other place where factories gulf ports for relief, especially, court for drunkenness. The chief of f YOUR CHILD'S COUGH i l ,
will be located
are since these shipments are to be increased the tribe. Tommy Ton}', was brought If your: child has a cold, nose runs or ;.
New Orleans and Galveston.Tampa.Iobil.-', by over one hundred thousand 1 into court yesterday to serve as interpreter coughs much pet a small bottle of Dr. : .'. I ..

I tons per month, and according to A. for the Seminole braves and Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. Its a pleasant : I I f

I:. Fellows and E. J. Kerr, representing ho was so intoxicated that the trial 1 Pine-Tar-Iloney syrup, iust what children ( I .I .

JACKSOXY'LLLE.-Freight out of the Allies, will divert all shipment:; of the Indians had to be postponed:; like and just the medicine to I I I
Florida to various points of the coup to Pensacola snore what can be handled Judjro Thomas ordered the chief placed 1 soothe the cough and check thecold. '- }\1.n.b.m.nt.. i.
try is very heavy at this time, [ exp)>rd'tioush at Eastern in After .J.___ ,
the report I port.These the county jail. taking, children! stop fretting -------- ------ -___ :- ____ _J
and steam.shin linos with representatives:;
spent several i'll'ep coon and are soon entirely wc-11. -
celery, grapefruit and tomatoes leading ''days;; here and looked over the dock I Insist on Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar- !Ion'y.1 I .q
the list of products. peaking'J'! facilities of the Louisville KEY WEST.-Ihiity-fne ofspongers The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head
In and) Nashville : arrests 2.:>r. at your Drupjrist. ((1)) Invigorating! to the *ale and Sickly
of i! Bfcansp of its tonic I I I
Florida anllaJati'ff..ct.
freight, the transportation : and Georgia.; ; Florida and Alabama mostly Greeks, charged with TIVKHKOMOQriXINlJ: : better I.AXA- The OH Standard
is than
onl-nary eenera '
lines do not mean the usual commodities i > and secured figures as to the volume violating the sponge laws wore made You get all the important national, Quinine a.i? docs not cause nrrv >r irnn but rather Sunday by Deputy Sheriffs state, in head Kememhet the full name and Manaria.enrichectheMoo.l ,..- builds upthe
of products of the'1 of business;; that can be handled. Hf-rry Baker county news in the Telegraph. look for the siKDt'.ure of 3. W GROVE: 2.c- 't-tr A true tome. For aJt.A s and children.eve-
state, such, as vegetables, fruits and It' was stated unofficially, following Laurie Jaycock.i and B. R. Hart. j Sue
other products. thi'ir The men and four of the ;1
the beginning i departure that about one hundred boats were
of the season the following shipment thousand tons of war munitions will brought into port. The boats are now =

of produce has been made: Grapefruit, \lit' shipped each month from Pensa- tied! up at the foot of Duval street A ff i

M45 cars; oranges, li>,S23; vegetables cola. preliminary hearing will l Ilf" given the 'i"

7 1,107; lettuce 2,1?0; pineapples, men in a few days, meanwhile the WHEN IN STARKE 4I

; tomatoes, :2M1:: ; celery, -.:300) PALM men are being held in default of bond 1r
strawberries BE.-\CH.-One of the heaviest of J.V; each.
241; potatoes, M cars. ?: ) Score time ago the
penalties that has been i
imposedin Greek
I spongers came to the ,
PUNT CITY.-Findmg- that his the the county court for some time was sponging grounds, where the spongers: Call around and look over my line of Hardware. Farming Implements '

stable had been broken into time ;! sentence given Ed Lee, a negroby have u.-ed l poles, not destroying the of all descriptions carried in stock. line of Tools Plows ,
Wednesday some i JudgEd ar C, Thompson, duringthe beds. The Greeks with their diving My and Cu .iva-

R. Curry night, of: South and a Plant horse City missing reported the opening spring tern.session The of the sentence country for apparatus carne down and started to.. tors of many different styles, including Disc, Shovel Tooth, Straight Tijoth,

early the the following incident to Marshal Vestel. i fine of $500 and cots of court-or was a a destroyed work, and by one fire night in this several: harbor boats, and were in i Spring Tooth and Combination Disc and Shovel Tooth, is complete.

morning, and
an prison term of ten month: The t
immediate search was begun by the the negrowa.s i this vicinity. Later several: boats I sell the famous Webber
POlice department of the presented on charge of furnishing were caught violating the sponging Wagons, Mowing Machihes, y

result that the horse was"found city with the I liquor to three Seminole In- laws and were tried and convicted here Rakes Hay Presses Gasoline Engines Stoves Ranges Enamel
noon the at |jdians Saturday night. He entered a Th cafe wa* taken to the ,
same day at Pierce being I of supreme Ware and Tinware.
ridden by : guilty to the accusation of giving court and the law
two was upheld. Last
boys, each
twelve ) liquor to the Indians brought
j : wtek the
grant the
5 ears of age. Roth of the I'against jury at session: o f
him by deputies: of Sheriff
pith their Kinard parents and in Curtis Plant Murphy. Iin"j j I George B. Baker's office. A thargwas e ,: the forcement circuit court of the recommended.state law in the their en- DeWITT C. JONES a
They also
admitted I placed against the Indians;;i I I recommendation and the sheriff and \
taking the
horse and had I I who were Louis Tucker Sam bluff and I or'.lClalg t busy at once. :


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S( .. I .1 .. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. respectfully solicit yi(ir support at the Dea.
4: ;: 1 I I EFFECTIVE AIDS TO MEMORYBy than one inch in length ( ii ocratie pnmary Juneth.. I promise if el
Curds not
TRULY A WONDERFUL THING Frederick M. Hudson words) will be publiihed under this heading! to serve the people: t'f 5 the J.law directs
Bradford County Telegraph from date of receipt until the primary election MOORE.
r. Their Use It Is Possible to Avoida in June for J5. A proportionate additional
Remarkable Instances of the Instinctof I hereby announce liyself as a candidate
fractional ter
: additional -
Good Deal ot Domestic charge will be made for space re-tle-ction, to the t Homing Pigeons Told by parts of an inch being counted .as an er for District N,). I (Raiford and II .
Local and Long Distance Phone Two Veracious Citizens. Bickering. CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNORLOCAL inch. Announcement fees are payable in advance subject to the action ..f the democratic Lawtn pnmari))*

; :.I Number 40l' I and this rule will not be varied.rc7 If elected I will at ti,l times work for the Si

'k The old method of tying a string I ; RKi uIT COURT.I tereBt of the people L,, Bradford county
should be appreciatedby .
about to recall to mind some candidacy for
a I announce my
respectfully *
must -
1 Published weekly, and entered as our friend the angler, who ,i task to be done at certain time has GOVERNMENT.They the office of Clerk of the Cireut Court of FOR COMMISSION, FR DISTRICT NO. 4.-
: be weary of having his statements Bradfordi County and solicit your support at I
hereby announc myself
second clabs matter at the post.office II been done away with. be held the 6th day ( a candidate for
doubted.At I the primary election to on re-election to the .
,- at Starke, Florida. the monthly meeting of a certain The new way is to transfer a ring have come to life again-the of June 1916. I am encouraged received to enter by me thisrace at siGner for distrkt ,-N'o. 4 Starke). WhIle
by the flattering vote the duties of the rhL'e
--- -- from one finger to another. On the accustomed were rew to lilt I
( ------ homing society one of the members watch words of a by-gone political the last election at which time I withdrew have tried to serve }he best interests of

E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner related an interesting experience. He finger the ring feels natural campaign-Local Option, Local Self- from the second: primary in order to present strict and the co.ty at large. With tii on

and does not cause annoyance, but on harmony in the party as well as the rofCeJ't'.dsuport experience I hare I IS I I feel that I
fl. E. LAGERGREN. Associate Editor i had, he said, recently sold a coupleof Government, and Personal Liberty.The of friends who were otherwise oliligated Utter si'nice in tl j future and if can tiw
"squeakers"-very young pigeonsto !I any other finger it slightly Irritates. only man who ever enjoyed during that campaign. Those having I shall certainly altos strive to do whit k
This irritation constantly will aid In business with the office will if I am elected: beet for all coni--r'L On this basis .
a man whose cote was 200 miles these three privileges without restric- atterMon and consideration I *>
influx of money to recalling the task to be done. Just IK given courteous licit the votes of thi..I..mOl'rata of the distort
The annual away. He sent them off by train, and tion was Robinson Crusoe, and he was The records under my personal care. "::J. L. UNDERHILL. '
Starke is now at its height. It is true in i try It once.Another an.! buiwrvisum shall ever be open to inspection
1- was astounded to find not satisfied until he emigrated.It --

., this season is less propitious than the old cote a couple of days later! I. and more novel way is to becomes necessary to discuss by the public. 5lW1'tfully.II.. C. RlCII.RD.I I hereby annojm' myself a candidate for

the strawberry colored ribbon in the coat County l.omml-.i..t for Distnct No.
former yet carry a
many There was a painful silence, brokenat these questions because one of my opponents candidate for (Starke I I sedint *> e support of the votes
in myself a
business here is so immense that pocket. hereby announce of the district nnd J f elected I
*w length by the president'sYonder. has raided the issue, announcing -. renliction tn the office of Clerk of the Circuit projdischarge it! to

; : the aggregate trade and liquidation ful!" Suppose, now, you are in your office. himself in favor of Local Opticmand Court. subj.ct to the action of the IJcmocr.tieparty my ability.the duties 1,1 the:'1.office M. CU1FFIS.to the best of

Starke is the Your wife to bo and the election to be held Junefth. :.
as brisk as ever. demanded phones you sure nt primary .
( are "You doubt word? State-wide Prohibi- -- -
.j my opposed to to the people of Urdfordcounty
in Florida and just bring home a certain thing. Go to 1916. I'ledKinK FOR 'mSII'ER IISTIUCTNO.5
best trading point the narrator of the story. I your courteous prompt and cartful attention ,
everything needed for eating or i coat hanging on the office rack, takeout tion.The to the business of the office, I respectfully solicit I hereby anneun< m>silf a candidate for
1 now it! the reply.
"Not a bit of was term Local Option means sometimes County Commusio'JJr of D ,,tri.t No. (

wearing are being sold' cheaper than "It's a strange coincidence, that's all.I I the ribbon and tie it tightly arounda one thing and sometimes an- their support W. T. WEEKS. ( Bro... ('r and lit mp'' n). I respectfully IOlieit
the support of theote. at the
Our strawberry growersare sleeve.At democratic
'7; ever before. sold the very same man a sitting of I other. OK.To pnmary: to be h..ld f.1 June 6th. and proraut

taking advantage of these low eggs in the middle of June. Before I night when you start to go home I. FOR the mocratic RlPUESESTATIVE-GR01P Flitters of Bradford County elected to do my -Ally; as such ommisawDeT.j.

to supply their needs. birds had your fist will jam itself against the ; JV. B. SL'RRENCY. -
; prices the end of the month those Some people use the term to designate Florida- .
tied sleeve. "Oh will to I hereby announce myself a candidate in
yes say
had flown back to
Bruderly editor of the Florida hatched out and our present method of dealing CROLT ONE. for re-rommation for the officeof I hen'iy announi* myself a candidate for
J. ,
i' instinct's wonderful yourself, "there's that cough sirup Florida, County Commisiioiv! (,f District No.
i. me Homing a Representative of Bradford County. : 5
been with the distinguished
has liquor question -
Butler as
American at Lake ( Hampton. Brooke fcnd New River
be of the dimocratic and
Molly told me to sure and bring sulije-ct to the action primary rt-
"showed up" and it is said, has left thing! from StatewideProhibition.. to lie hiid in June, 1U16. sl -..tfully solicit tlwjupport of the democrat
I home tonight, and off you will go at voters in the to be he-Id
of all d on June
solicit the support < m- ,
who have been On the question of State-wide Pro- I rrsifctfully
that place. Those and faithfully :;;' If elected to do
once to make the purchase. I orratic tK-ctore. and promise if nominal*"d amiilrclid prom my dutyas
,L afraid that the Guardians of Liberty HAVE RESERVE TO DRAW ON A man who Is notoriously known to .. hibition, I believe that my attitude is to faithfully discharge the duties of iM such commisbiemr'ort': and to use al! my efforts
continuing to the
I understood. I have office. JOE HILL WILLIAMS: county convicts upon
a Democratic can generally just the
would loco the party, "never forget to perform a mission requested very the mads. I J. E. ADKINS.
resume the even tenor of their Good Ad. r received a letter asking me to state myself a candidate In --
now New York Newspaper Gives by his wife" won his reputation I hereby announce
-. would attitude this question.My representative in the State I wish to arinouiw> to the citizens of Com.misMemir's -
explicitly for
put I on One
as the Eingville Bugle vice Those Who Must my Croup .
way, to Fight by use of the above two methods. eKiIature. subject to the action of the voters Iistricto. 5 that I am a e ndi.
it. Bad eggs out even in a cold answer was "I favor State-wide held date for County Co&msbionir In and for laid
crop for a Living.A Simply by transferring his finger ring in the democratic primary elution to be
district, subject to t& action of the
4- Macclenny Standard. ; Prohibition. I have served six months on June 6th. I promise elected to give care : democratic
storage.- he has been known never to forget to primary ilectioi ct. June 6th. If elected I
have alwa'supported ful tttintion to the duties of the office and to
in the State Senate and
bank account is the ammunition : promise: to faithfiuV discharge the duties
mail her letters on the day they were utmost endeavors to act for the best
WINS. u.se my
TilE BLUFF state-wide prohibition. I the office with he ,;.w of serving the best interests
needed by every worker in the battle given to him.BROUGHT interests of all concerned.D. of all concerned. -

for a livelihood. And this kind of pre- should be ashamed to face the votersof F. MCDONALD. 1 JAMES: REY OLDS.

John Bull continues his bluffing of paredness can have no opponents. Florida and ask them for their con I ta'te this method--of-announcing to the citizens -i iI ._-

TO LIFE BY LIGHT fidence if by vote I had shown thatI I I of Bradford that I candidate I hereby anhOUI/i! myself a candidate fir
Uncle Sam and the administration appears Those who are at the front of the my county am a the office of Couy./ Comms-ion.r for Du.tnct .

to enjoy it. fight for a living must have further was not willing for them to settle i the for action Representative of the primary in Group election l I, subjectto to beheld No. 5. HamloC'.n. If elected I will me

It will not call the bluff of the beef- supplies to depend on than just thoseon Poppy Seeds, Twenty Centuries Old, for themselves a question which is cer- on June 6th. If I am honored with election county my best at efforts largen to I*;_t'ry'ay>rve my economy district and and improvement the

eating Britons. their persons at present. There Sprang Into Brilliant Bloom tainly of vital moment to them. I I promise to serve you W.faithfully.G. SEALS. dictate- end therefore ask for

: is with diplomatic When Uncovered. have no apology to make for that rec- your sup;>ort at tht.ming primary.
Uncle Sam busy must be a source of supply to be --- : H. D. MAY.

letters to Germany and trying to catch drawn on in case of need. ord. FOR I REPRESENTATIVE myself-CROUP candidate TWO.in .,i_
hereby announce a
-: I' Villa. Workers, you should prepare your Some years ago there was seen in a II. GROUP TWO for nomination for the office of I henby announctthatIam a candidate for

The invasion of Germany has proved selves toward the time of need. silver mine of Laurium a curious instance The term Local Option, however, is Representative in the Legislature. from Brad. I County CommiisioitJ.- District No. 5, I
the of the Democratic respectfully solicit t <> support of the voters
to action
t ford county, subject at
a farce. Whatever may be the national policy, of the resuscitating power of used by some in another sense. Thereare primary election to be held on June the coming pnmai:1 election and promise if

The letters to Germany seem. only a preparedness should be your personal light after many years. The silver some who hold the view that the 6th 1916. I respectfully solicit the support of elected to work eani-stly for the best interest

3; ,: the mines of Laurium were abandonedmore of community entitled to all voters at said Democratic primary and of all concerned 'r G. M. BENNETT.
I desire to appease jingoes. policy. "Safety first" must be your people a are promise a faithful discharge of my duty if I "

Graver injustice by England is i ignored. motto, and there is no safety in livIng than 2,000 years ago as unworkable do as they please regardless of the am honored with nomination and election.A. FOR {SHERIFF.

: from week to week, just waiting and were filled for the most part S. CREWS.To I hereby aniounmjself a candidate for
: law.There re-eli>ction to the I. The British government appears to from one day to another. Your only with the slag from the workings of the are some who hold that a the D..mocratic'C'h rs of Bradford County: county. I ha,1>. .mg my incumbency endeavored -

think that it has too many friends at safety lies in having some money put miners.It community is entitled to have racetrack I hereby announce myself a candidate for to faithfi"4v discharre my duties u
'h R.-pri"-intativc in the lusi-latrrc of Florida in -he-riff and fipe : :it my wi'rn La met the
to about the United by for that rainy day which was discovered however, that this gambling and that if the law
.' court worry may I Group; Two. and nsxctfully solicit the supivrtof tpproval of the | usf tc to the c'lent that I can

1 States. come at any time.-New York Eve slag contained plenty of silver which will not permit such conditions, they i I the votirs in the commj primary to lie hope fur a gesJ >-'j|'.port at the coming pri

to I could easily bo rendered available by have what held June fith. l'Ilfi. I pn.mw. if elected, te mary. If re-e-e'Ct. 1.1! promise as good service
The British government appear ning Telegram. are entitled to they want I
..i.\lntl.a. .
hitherto and !I. Utter
,, give careful ntl'nfon Ic the that it make Uncle Sam "at upto-date appliances. Accordingly; it in of tho law. .. wherefore I *ul! solic .
think can spite I flee to tin lit st intin-t >)f tit i' *>t''i! << iitii., > vourupport.

out of its hand like a pet squirrel- Room With Personality.Tho was removed to theifurnace.and, when The last legislature enacted] the I taxis ) ._ K: I. CROSBY, .-S. B DENMARK:
-- ---- -" -
\nil the conditions warrant the belief walls of the next the mine was visited a wonderful Package Act. I shall not discuss I FOR ('r\TY SlTHtlNTENDF.NT. T'ii> is to .nino'iAe to the iti7,'ns of Bred-
room were -
r : '( that John Bull is not mistaken: in prepared transformation was found to have taken tho wisi'prp! or tinwi doTi of that ac- I rt-.petfuIIy announce rm ilf a candidatefor ford county tt it I *m a cand'.iate. for Sheriff.to .
; .
;, ; in faded gold, like an old man'smemory place. Instead of of rub- tin office nf Su 'rmt<'ndt! 'nt of Schools ofItraforI uf'Jict tie .ictieg'cf the di m..erratic primary
his "think.-Dixie. of a sunshiny day when his a heap ti"". Tho-e who were opposed to the county and solicit jour support in I tle-ctum to he ,,,lil Si June t
1 I bish, the mine ha-1 become a gorgeous 'i ill!! \vhon it parrel woic able to cite the primary,. tli. ..ln-n to l>o h<.U on the 6th nf.iiini -.Ert; tneii|,|.,|'t uf all vii r< the taidi

.S.. PICNIC AT LONG BRIDGE. heart was young, and the cretonnesat flower garden. The entire space was '. I'Mfi.! pkiUinK mv.ilf. if tU-cUd: to primary anII" inirl a faithful ihcharFOVSEVXTOR. $ of the
I -, the windows, once brave and gay I I' f-H-t. and it is a fret, that some I'rohi-I faithfully discharge my duties. I duties of the officJjif"; I am e.;f.-cte-d.
cohered with a brilliant show of pop I itionists and ; W. J. KP1: 'ERSOX.
-- representatives! O. L. MI7.ELL.I '
> in their coloring, were blurred, and I __;4. ___ '
I. There will lie a picnic at Long dimmed like memories of the short, pies. This profuse vegetable; life, it is I :\I1ti- ,lloon League opposed a similar I for'I .
; hereby announce myself a candidate
1 Bridge Thursday, May 25th, where the bright hours of youth, flaming asserted, belonged to the age in which I (lull when it was first introduced the office of County Superintendent of Public I ben b- arnuO-e ni>self a candidate fur

I out'l the mines were worked. Twenty centuries f'e\-I Instruction subject to the action of the d State Senator fri'sb the Fifteenth Senatorial
for and state offices eral Later they chan >m-
candidates county one after another, almost years ago. District (tlradfor.1ountYI., fubject to the will
old election to be held June
therefore those ratic
were e< primary on
will l c present and address the voters. distinct. which the hand of time has poppyseeds th'i attitude. This indicates that 6th. 1'I16! I respectfully\! solicit the supportof of the ilepnociatic.J Joters as '-tprcssed at th
; yet, when the removal of the primary t-Wtiem (tJ be held on June 6th. I
'.4 Bring well filled baskets. Dinner on woven into one indefinite pattern, there are some arguments on both tb.otl'n; at said primary. respectfully s.licit''the support of the votersat
slag allowed the light to fall ,
I the grounds. Dance with band music with all the passionate joy and sharp them upon sides; but the history of the Davis bill F. A. SCOTT. said primary ft'l 1 pmmtse my fa.thful itte -
: they into life and bloom .
sprang ntion to the duti.' of the office if I am elect-
r j for the young people. Refreshments regret washed out. The restless feet under its influence. bas nothing to do with the present I hereby announce myself a candidate for ed. A. D. ANDREWS.To .

sold the grounds. The speakers situation. The fact is that the Davis the office of County Superintendent of I'ub- :.1
I on of youth had stamped out the designsIn lie Instruction subject to the action of the

.i' will be introduced by lion. A. B. Shaw, tho carpet, and bad worn a path bill became a law. It is now Law; democratic primary on June 6th. 1916. PledK- the Democ'atiafk'otirs of Bradford County:
I benby allDtlu'te; cai.didacy for State
r t of Brooker. straight through the heart of the big Delicious Pilaff. and yet, according common rumor, it inc ful to dispatch the people of their prompt business, courteous*\if electee and care I Senator from Br:i.lford my County. If elected I

There are.some dishes the is being widely disregarded in certain promise you a fait'<*performance of my duty.iespcctfully. .
and upon
.i 4-14-tf. LONG BRIDGE CITIZENS. peaceful room to the open front respectfully solicit the support of the votersat ,

the wide pulsing world without. Like Turkish bill of fare which the returned communities.This said primary. E. R. POPPELL.I D W. E JI1DDLETON.

;! POLITICAL PICNICS the incarnate spirit of the room, Ae Westerner never wholly ceasesto illustrates the attitude of those hereby announce myrelf for re-eU-ction to Si- --- -- -- -
f little hostess sat in the stilt, high- regret. Pilaff is one. It is a food who insist upon the right to have what the office of County Superintendent of Schoolsof I MEMBER take this hCH nurtod# )L to HOARD thank DIST.the voters NO. I tf

I ,.; backed chair of her great.grandfather, as national with the Turk as the potato they want, law or no law. jour Bradford votes in county the June and primary.respectfully: If elected solicit I Bradford county Cr the con Ii Juice that tb

Dates Which the Candidates fluttering her ivory-tinted hands with the Irish, as the cabbage It is whispered in Jacksonville that will endeavor to hold and increase the treat have manife'<-te-d ''Jmard me in re-H-lrttmg Board J
i' on to the office of -nibtr of the School
I I among the fragile china that had been with the German. It takes a multitude there are those who hope to have a growth of our schools in results and benefitsto for nine terms in. uice-ssion. and at the COD

; I i Will Address Voters. the wedding present of her great. of forms, but its basic quality, return of the race track and race track the children of the county.F.. G.. SCHELL. tmue-d solicitationf many candidate of my frit'nd I innounee -
j its quality of being pilaff, is derived either of the -- ------ a- .ti rletiO
-- I grandmother, while the youth of long gambling, by a repeal subject to tie pi.*nary election in June ad

democratic ex cuI ago smiled wisely down on her out of from rice being (cooked in such a way existing law or ly disregard of that hereby FOR TAX COLLECTOR.I I refer my past icord a" Sn evide-nce as to
When the county announce myself a candidate for what will U trn.. t efforts in school matter -
tive committee met March 1, among their narrow, black frames on the as to preserve each grain firm and dis law. Some people consider such a result re-ele>ction for the office of Tax Collector! for in the fi.tun my '.: L. W. KUKLITER.

; : I transacted the fixIng wall.-The Countryside Magazine. tinct. The rice is unpolished, and, in the crowning beauty of local self Bradford county. subject to the action of the -
other matters was Democratic primary of June 6, 1916, and pro MEMBER SCII'ilL DIST. NO. 2
.t of the dates for political picnics. the cooking takes on a gelatinouscoat. government. mise if lited to give the office my time and To the Vot-ri -hinby n01RI annonnce my end

I in the Telegraph Sometimes, it is boiled in mutton Taking the terms in this sense, local the people my servcie. Respe-ctfully e icy fur DiinWivfif the Board of Publi
The dates were published Thrill of Being Wet. B. M.
struction from No. .
fat rich smooth dish. Ptytnct -
inviting local
option and self-government are
of March 3, but we give them There is something rudimentary and nomination of \j} primary. If successful Ipromise
I: to have been for- Sometimes bits of roast mutton are i issues continually confronting our I take this method of announcing to the to use m
.:r. ., below, as they seem i fundamental about having water i mingled with it, when It becomes a State and her people. citizens of Bradford county that I am a candidate the caue of (1"atio in Bradford eountj.
r gotten, judging from the many inquiries splashed down upon one, and getting for the office of County Tax Collector, Your support is .Iieited
t to the dates which we have meat pudding of delicious flavor. It I shall ask you for a minimum of subject to the will of the voters at the demOCratiC .t N. E .
as completely and deliciously wet. Not I
::1 : is cooked with small currants and consideration! of the laws I think oughtto primary to be> held on June 6th. In I wish cavMo' the voters of Bradford
had recently: damp not moist but wet wringing making this announcement I refer to t
J my record for reelectionas
pine nuts county that I ar a candidate
fragrant and spicy. It is
be enacted but the attention
as treasurer of the and
f Palestine (Thomas school house), wet. You yourself when a child never I ; county promise a member of t'A' Board of Public Instruction
stuffed with dates and flavored with every good cithen ought to be directed the same careful attention to the office of collector for District No C. and if elected I promt
April 22nd. enjoyed anything so much as your but whatever form if I am honored with election. fa thful '.' and all. and I
I orange peel ; its to securing a proper<< resrard and respect G. W. HAZEN. M-rvice on rp
in unforeseen and
drenching an
fully solicit yout'bupport at the
N Brooker, April 29th. it is one of the treasured memories
for the law. and impartial
unavoidable rainstorm-the thrill of an enforcement mary of June 1J16. Thanking you for
: Starke May 6th. ol a visit to the near East. I hereby announce myself a candidate for favors. J. DOUGLASS.p
of it
}) I being wet, the cool drive of the wateron whatever the law may the office of Tax Collector of Bradford coun ---\ E -

Providence, May 13th. your nose, into your sleeves, and he. ty. Eubject to the Democratic Primary of June MEMBER S( RMOL lilt A HI) DIST. NO. J
Jj 1' 6th. 1911i. and solicit the support of the Demo-
1 : Hampton, May 20th. down your neck; and the Joyous Naval Emblems.A It is not uncommon for a people to cratic voters. J. VERNON JONES. I henby anmlnce of myself the School a candidate forreelection for

t Raiford, May 27th. shush of soaked, water-logged boots. basket slung from the mainmast live and prosper under defective and FOR-COUNTY-- JUDGE.I District- No aj 3.Mvfber 4ibject to the ation Bar( th*

Even the tedium of being rubbed with head is a sailor's sign to notify that even bad laws; but no people ever did hereby announce myself as a candidatefor democratic primAry election to held oo -."
I Worthington June 3rd. June 6th. I .Vctfully solicit the support "1
;.. ;. alcohol, bundled up, and warned you the cargo has been loaded or discharged or ever will continue to live and prosper re-election to the office of County Judge the voters at r saiI<*i election. o
Since the meeting of the committee of Bradford county. subject to the action of I primary
when the law is .
districts have would catch your death, did not diminIsh as the case may be, and dishonored and the Democratic primary June 6th 1916. and CHESLEY FOG
: three new the event. You voted it better that the ship is ready to start on her violated. promise if elected to !Rive the same daily attention I hereby anstfncemyself a candidate fo

1 r been formed, namely, New River, Graham than the time you fell off the boat- next trip. A generally mysterious emblem I assume that no voter has any to in the the duties of the office in the future 'he iff ice of for Monster I) evict of No.the 3.Board subject of to Public the tobtruction V-
If all of as past.
and Theressa. any or dock; it lasted longer.-Atlantic is a besom lashed to a main higher aim as a citizen than the well- GEO. A. \RDINER. tin of the comiv primary. If elected I PW*
I these new districts desire to have political being of his mise conacii.ntw..vt service in the interest This is children
Monthly. mast or bridge railing. to and his J"Il'il'hhor' M
known but I HruViy announce myself candidate the county and ,e district. and therefore
it is not a fo
picnics yet *
that the vessel is for sale. Occasionally children and
: signify now, the continued the office of County Judge and rckprctfully: solicit licit your II'PIlt' Eetpectfuuly.

: !, if they do, the Telegraph will give a dark blue stripe may be hanniness and prosperity of thesechildren's the support of the voters at democratic! _ -f-ML'BY B. l'IMIOLST.
the dates in due time. Reduce Flesh Safely. pr mary election to be held on June 6th. I
fore and aft
ruaning on vessel
seen a offspriner! in the years to FRFX ASStSSOR.
t If believe I did my duty when I hed the officebefore .
one the
really wishes to reduce
as a matter of fact this is a sign of forno. It i is the aim of everv normal If I am elected again I stall give an To the citwt-ns .t. liradloril County:-

: flesh without injury, careful diet Is recent bereavement. Blue is the sail riti/en to leave the world little better honorable and conscientious discharge of the I express my ..in ere KistiUde and M"pve'r
a ciation kind consideration
GRINER duties of the office. for thery
S. absolutely necessary. Milk, eggs, fish or's mourning, and the stripe of this than he found it. --- - T. J. DEKLE.. me in the pa,t. jnnd solicit your cordial ,u
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: fowl and fresh fruits are good, and color takes the place of the black FOR COMMISSIONER IWST. NO. 1. liort in the f'>r'ncominK dim'Kiratic pnm ofTatca.
If those
onr highest aims are to bonrcomnlishod. I hereby election for the 'iffice of County Assessor
you must have lots of water, air and band used announce that I am a candidate for *.
margin the
or by lands ou
Sh..uld'i again I* elected )
we must toarhn O1lrs..hp County Commissoner for Dj-trict No. I. Provide "
sunlight.: Bicycle riding is better "
man as a notification of death. 'rce and I'all'stint'"tinK pmrmcts. I earnti.tly aluajs find me n the jul, ready to giv
than walking, and dancing also helpsto "d. bv procent and evnnivdp. tpqeh solicit the support of the voters of the Ut service i of -vtiich I am capable.

reduce. nr .hili1rn} th"t rrtevoiM for the law du-tnct, ple-eljfinit to faithfully discharge the *, Very tnly.

Sermons in Ungainly i is the basis of duties of the office if elected i N I.IWRIGH.
*, Eat only simple, light foods without Things. chili/a'ion.!
J. J. BLACKWELDER. I herehv annvvnce mee! a
t F fats, greases, oils, starches and No, it isn't hard to brighten up your It.we forfot those fn >,?-i.nontal prin.n'tiles fice tf fat .\.-.flwr of BradJurd county. :
life if to I hereby announce .ilj!. the. 11. jtocratic I'r mary to be J
candidate je-ct to
gravies. Shun all liquors and hot you try see beauty in commonplace wo will need no << to the office of County COll1mi..ion..r June 6. 1'!16. a"l .arnet-tU solicit the 5UP
? drinks-and eat nothing after five I things. There's very little for our posterity r. ronl hf>H. for Dlbtrict0.. 1 ( Provid.,- and Pali-Mine) of the DtniK-'J'.ic \.t..n at said .pTiDi1'

K : o'clock in the afternoon. Do not sleepover that couldn't seem beautiful, if you Dunne my incumbency I have tnd.avon-el to ided/mi, mysvlf? if electee to give ID r
I T do not chinro tt
: work faithfully fur theintenM of and stnice. 1"I>
pick out the best my di-tric' good l'tful''D
points and
J seven hours at night and avoid : ignore the anj f.lthr. '
I 'oJd* thoseiovi.. lintn,, KtOW vo- promise. if re-tli-ctid. to continue to -irve J.
iH an afternoon nap as you would the disagreeab.e ones. There isn't a swamp t""R in commlI"itv ..l Ho it to the best of ray ability. and then.fore nHwrtfullv -
"our i >o hold RGISTR.mOI
that hasnt some beautiful solicit vuur support at the comma OF
\j 11. plague. The juice ot a lemon takenin j I S'rRI.sOR the
i f'm. Th-.arp nrw 0') h'-'ln *he>m to .rlmary. A. H. WILLlA 1S.fORromllSSIOSER am re-e-loction to
L : a gla'n of hot water with a teaspoonful 11It, and there are mighty "loot their candidate of supervisor < F registration and will t b
-I for if they win
I ; for
"k' of rochelle salts at night is few unpainted, weather-stained barns IHSTRICT"NO. the vote. at 'Je ceinunr :nroary W
: von 10"' I hereby announce mys<<-I. a candidate Cor I haxijpiven careful attention
$ also good that haven't got a swallow or two County Ce.mmissioner for dist.ct0.. 2 Lake Ul.rt. Vile ojice in the past and will C
keeping house This is not a under the eaves. If you rwpt-etfUly solicit the support of tmue to do. s')} it I am t
open up the dullest ),11'n.rs! only, nor fo C"rfjov;: school the voters of the district at the commit pri- term. C. A. K
oyster IG.
gray you
rae mary. If elected I .1-
Hungarian s. promise to d
.h ilr1 scharge the
may find a pearl in it, and if you look "I'n.) r>or to Prohih'**'>*>i<-*c;: hut duties: of the office roIfccr4srArl.E DIST. NO.
such impartially and to have tieCitizens ,
I have never seen interesting
at a buzzing, biting mosquito in the tl'l III J'I'If-J..Jootl rn"n of FII'I..ih whoAlipve the interen of all the people always at heart. I take hU. ...ihfwl" of announcin*1i!

rhstcpraph show windows asthere : right kind of a light you will see that rosnopf fAr tho lp"* i fq tho R. J. ANDREWS.I : of I.i.l.y tht I am a N"ardl 1. ..j,
Constable l Di-trict "j
in Budapest. Partly this f N in 121
are j first
I what gauzy, chiffony things its wings essential to State and National he-nby announce m>sef! a candidate for to the action yf the primary elction t
J because the photographers are coo'i are. welfare. County Commissioner in and for District No. held on Jure- fth. I 1'pt'CttlY. aSk w'

but partly it must lie in th* hungarians 2 (Lake Butler and Worthington), and respectfully support ard prm* =e faitliful
themselves-such vivii. inter Any law that is worth hiving is solioit the support of the voters at office if I am e4 'C'ed J. H LOWEBI--
Black Cats Own Island. worth ohe ;n/!. Laws should be en- the democratic J>primary election to be held on FOR CO'tSTABI WST. >0. J
estins faces June 6th. I iitiiM
These promise if elected to give care I refcpectfulljannounce to the .j,
people look as if they ought to do tha "The Island of Black Cats" u a mame forced or repealed. ful and consc.entious attention to the duties of Starke dis-rn-t *Vo. 6, that I.am a c

acting and write the music and novels applied to Chatham island in the Pacific F. M. HUDSON, the office. c. A. ROBERTS.I for district.the o-Tice If I >if m Constable flurteel I will in and give fi$ P
and plays and paint the pictures for ocean, about 30 miles west of the Candidate for Governor.Paid henby announce myself as a candi. attention to Ih4 d\til of the officeJACOB .
coast of Ecuador. It is with date for the office of County Commiss'onerin J. JOHNS'
of the overrun
all the rest world. If Advert;
they Dement. Commissioner's District No.2, ) :
comprising ----
haven't done so, it must be because, black cats; indeed, cats of no other Lake Butler and Worthington Springs \'otinll'dltrlcl. FOR rOCNTV SrR\'OR. #

along with their natural talent, they color are seen there. These animals subject to the will of the democratic I hereby animnce mv I
I live in the crevices of the lava Cut Hass! just received at Mitchell's voters at the primary to be held June 6 1916. re-ele...tion to tJ! office of County Sunfy t
have this indolence and foundation If f
tendency to elected will
faittfully discharge
Drug Store. the dutici Bradford connIf I again th
; Mr. Griner will be our next State flop and not push things through.- near the coast and subsist by of the office. W. R. ALDERMAN, Jr. this office I wig, as in the.0 pat.t. dih1

Treasurer. Arthur Ruhe In Collier's fl eekly. catching fish and crabs. duties accerdin; to the 8urvt>mif less". ]:-
raid Advertisement You get all the important rational, FOR COMMISSIONER DIST. NO. 3. fear or favor The support of th
4 [
I state I hereby announce myself a candidate for the coming Ispectfull1
county news in the pJlar EEL-
Telegraph. County Commissioner for the 3rd Dist::; and % CEO. E

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Bits of LocalInformation 4iii Given by Mrs. A. Adkins in Honorof :: iji!.

I The friends of Miss Anna Canova Miss Lucile Freeman.On .." '

gave her a delightful surprise party .
last Saturday evening at the home of
last Friday afternoon, from four \I
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ca- t.f
+ to six, at her home on North Walnut

nova. street, Mrs A. Z. Adkins entertainedmost
CMl..htI o. fl..,.,.. 71."m.,1 ..f I Games were played and music, both !
charmingly in honor of Miss Lu-
,.rw in ... c..n" mud T.IIM. J instrumental and vocal, was rendered, .
cile Freeman whose
I marriage to Mr.
the happy gathering all taking part in : 4
Lucius A. Yates, of Tallahassee, will
tI I
the singing.. Towards the close of theevening
I be solemnized tomorrow evening, at :
refreshments served after
were -
i the First Methodist Church.
.u..11 Adams, of Peoria, is SCHOOL NOTES. which the guests bid their charm- "
0 The rooms of the lower floor of :\Irs.Adkins' .
visiting friends in Starke.Mr. ing hostess good night.
attractive home were thrown Delicious DrinksOur
Misses Anna Ca-
Only two more weeks of school, but I Those present were ensuite and lavishly decorated with
Frank Milteer, of Fort Matthews Clara Moitt,
Florence ,
nova, .
these will be very busy ones. The roses, sweet peas and other flowers.In 4
was in town last Friday entire student body will I Emma Powell, Marie Livingston, Hazel the and
spend some parlor drawing room pink
ice and real fruit flavors
Eunice Robinson and Cleo cream
Brown, pure
time in examinations and number white
a and roses were used with banksof ..._
C. A. Smith, of Sampson City, wasa will also be preparing for the closing I Mitchell; Messrs. Allan Canova, LeoCanova green, while the dining room was a make the refreshments that you get a$ our
to Starke Monday Gussie Charley
visitor Beasley
exercises. I. perfect dream of beauty with its deco
rN The teachers and pupils are very ap- Beasley, Rawson Davis, Jim Kickliter, rations of rainbow colors-sweet peas, fountain really nourishing food. And we :
H. Stokes, a well known citizenof '' Harold Wall and Drayton Colle)'. .
preciative of the fact that our school' roses and the splendid amaryllis lilies I :
Dukes: was in town Friday.E. i term has been extended. We realize being used in profusion. The soft try to keep our serving dishes and receptacles -

I that this has been made possible only WEDDING BELLS. glow of pink and white candles added as clean and wholesome as the best

P. Duncan, of Tallahassee, is in by the efforts of the local board and much to the general effect.

Starke renewing acquaintances. I the liberal contributions of public spir- The event of the week, Saturday at Mrs. Markley Johns greeted the housewife in this town keeps her kitc en.

ited citizens.A I 8 p. m. in the First :Methodist: church, guests at the front door, and they ., ,
Mrs. McGlew, of Hilliard, is visit i number of children who were out 1 the Yates-Freeman wedding passed into the parlor to be receivedby

ing her daughter, Mrs. W. F. Mott. I of school a while on account of the The marriage ceremony will be per- the hostess, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Miss Stop In Here ( :

strawberry work have returned to pre- formed by a life-long friend of the Freeman and her mother, Mrs. A. II. .

V. R. Prevatt and Morgan Redding, pare for their final examinations. It family, Rev Goo. F. Scott, pastor of Freeman. Miss Lcuiebelle Brown was \

of Lawtey, were in Starke Si\tur-I is hoped that others will come back I Trinity Methodist church, Arcadia. standing the entrance of the drawing and get a thirst'quencher; then take a pail

day. j I next week to resume their work, is it Numbers of guests have already ar- room and directed the guests' to
of sherbet home the
will be much easier to pass an exami- rino Among them, Edwin Freeman, the punch bowl, which was placed in C cream or to family
Hon. A. D. Andrews and Dr. W. W. of several fraternity the Miss Florence Ca- j
nation now than at the opening U. of accompanied by dining room.

Farnell represented Iaiford in Starke school next fall. friends; the groom, L. A. Yates nova, wearing very dainty frock of ,

Monday.Mrs. I During the last few weeks our chapel and best man, Max Kirlecki, of Talla- flowered organdy with a corsage bou- Mitchell's Store

I ] exercises have been varied and enlivened hassee; the matron of honor, Mrs. Goo. quet of sweet peas, served fruit punch Drug r

J. C. Robinson left Wednesday r by the following well\ rendered Mozo, Jacksonville, Mrs Mozo is a throughout the afternoon. Mrs. D. E.
afternoon for Jasper! for a visit with bride Prof. assisted in and
numbers: cousin of the ; groomsmen, Knight entertaining

her parents.Mrs. Instrumental solo-Anna Canova. Henry Freeman Plant City, Col. Rich- seating the guests in the drawingroom. Starke #l Florida ':

I. Recitation-Laurie Tom1inson.I ard, Ray White, Orlando, and Dr. Kent Mrs. Knight wore a beautiful ,

R. II. Barbour and little daughters I I Instrumental duet-Jessie Mae Bais- Johnson, Tallahassee. soft pink crepe de chine dress, trim- ____ __ ___ _nu i' __ I
of Jacksonville, are the guests of I den and Ethel Gliffin.Instrumental Immediately after the wedding cere- med with silver lace. Mrs. Johns was -: I.

Mrs. S. J. Sternburg.Rev. duet, Florence Matthews mony at the church there will be an attired in yellow crepe de chine, trim- LAWTEY NEWS ITEMS. r=- 'III" n

and Cleo Mitchell. informal reception at the home of the med with lace and white maribeau.The i//I I I
and Mrs. .II. G. Denison wentto Instrumental Mrs. and Dr. and Mrs. A. II. hostess in
dutt, Hughes bride's parents, was lovely a dainty :
St. Augustine on Tuesday to attend Miss Peek. Freeman. white lingerie dress, with a touch of Twenty Cars of Strawberries FARM LOANS I ( .

the annual Presbytery.Louis Instrumental duet Margaret Livingston The invited guests:: will include those pink. Miss Freeman was bewitchingly Shipper First of Week.

and Dorothy Edwards. participating in the wedding with their gowned in an ashes of roses, pussy

Rothstein, a strawberry buyer Chorus, "Spring Coming"-sung immediate families, the society young willow taffeta, with georgette crepe I I t 1 I I IiI .

who had been here for some time, by third grade, accompanied by: :\IarieLiving'ston people of Starke and all of the out of bodice and silver trimmings, the skirtbeing' Mr. L. II. Hill was a business visitorto We will accept applications I II

has gone to Plant City. violinist, and Mrs. Hughes town guests made according to the new drap- Starke the first of the week.A 'I
pianist. ed model. A white picture hat com- daughter was born to Mr. and ;for longtime l \ l

Harry Bulmer has arrived to assist Physical exercises and concert recitation HONOR ROLL. pleted this strikingly pretty costume. Mrs Will Bryant Monday I: I !

his brother here in buying berries for I'I I by second grade. Mrs. Freeman was elegant in a Jray'I' Mr. Lee Moore, of Jacksonville, I loan at eight :: I .

Gamble & Co., New York. :l Our school chaplain Dr. Denison, Lower First Grade-Russell Daniel crepe do chino with rose jacket and spent Sunday and Monday. at the homeof : i per cent pn first ;
his bl'oth'rlr. J. II. Moore, inEast
has conducted chapel exercises: for us trimmings Miss Lotiiclwlle Brown
Dr. E. T. Campbell is in .St. Augustine I Edwin Gardiner, Owen Griffin, EugeneMatthews Lawtey. class I i improved! I
quite frequently during the term, and : Carl Culbrcth, Sammy was! exceedingly chic in a light blue : ;
this week as a delegate to the his coming has always proved a pleasure Gussie chiffon over blue taffeta, with rose :Mr. S. J. Lr.wis'a3 :a visitor to
Cowart May
Presbytery in session there. I' the school St'l'IlLerJhrtie Starke last, Friday. farm property in : \a 1
and inspiration to Bennett, Mary Ella Edwards, Annie trimmings. II
I exercises will Mr. E.: Futch her listeners zMr. Levy Dyal, of Fernar.dina, was : '
i lOur commencement Tul'tl'l'Ial': Canova, alarkManning I J. delighted Bradford
Belle i rounty.AAA4.4.I :
Dr. A. H. Freeman residence, cor- transacting busines sin Lawtoy latFriday.
be marked I by three events. Eva Roberts: Harriet Hitch, by singing the solo, "The Riddle I
ner Cell and Jefferson streets, has received On evening May "ith; Mrs. : of Love," .
; Friday being efficiently accompanied I
Cora Dyul.! '
a new coat of paint. I| Hughes; a>'d l other teachers will have First Edna :Manning: Ioy l Mrs. Sinclair L. Pick. Krplm?-' Mrs. Walter Ferris left last WcJr.es- ,
Advanced lay for Chicago, 111., where she will ,i| : Bradford fGounty G
i! their pupils entertain in a musical, Maydell Roberts, Ruth Parker, l Katie poem 'On th' Road Mandalay": was Ii I ri ;
| A fine line of picture frames, any I dramatic I spend some time with relatives I
literary or way. Chase, Thrima Roberts, Morris lu-) read in a most captivating manner by ;
size color. Prices low The Ladies Aid of the M. E. .
shape or Society
Tth at Little Miss: [
I On Sunday May ; at 11 a. m. Willie Prevatt, Joseph Miss Louiebelle Brown. I
bose, I oylen'er., -
just now. Hoover Bros. Studio. 1 the Baptist church the various denominations Thomas. Florence Andrews, accompanied by her church met at the parsonage last Friday : Abstract Cu. i

1 will unite in a commencementI Second Grade Frances Colley, Ruth mother, Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., sang afternoon. There was quite a I' :
Mr. D. McDonald, of Lake But- which Dr. II. G. Denison, that she large gathering and a very profitable { .
I service, at Poppell, Maximo Young, Lois William; "A Perfect Day" so sweetly 'I' j
ler, candidate for representative was of the Presbyterian church, will all hearts. afternon was spent
pastor won
McKinzie Culbreth. Starke Florida :
in Stsrke business Hugh Mrs. J. B. little B. :?: j
on Monday I deliver the baccalaureate sermon. Third Grade Margaret Livingston, The presentation of the shower of Dye and J. Jr"j ; 'I
The exercises will beheld the bride-elect done in who have been spending several I
I I graduating Marie Parker Bessie! gifts for was l
W. M. Stafford, of Williston, until the School auditorium Winnifred Mott, The at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. ---:.
at High most enchanting manner. doorsof
Robert Demorcst,, a
lately editor of the Williston Courier, I Weeks, Alma Sapp Blanchard: returned to her home in ._ 1 i
I e'rningIay:: !8th, when thgraduates e the screened thrown
Monday Hamilton Ritch Lc- porch were I
Gilbert Ortegas, .
has been in Starke during the week. L JacksonvilleIonday..
will deliver their orations
Wanda Williams. open and the guests invited into a perfect .Lt.
and Dr. J. M. Farr, Phd., Professor of Roy Fourth Stewart Grade-Willie, Agin Julian woodland bower; the floor was Mayor B. D. Kelley, of Raiford, wasa T.T_ I. .I I. I. ... .;' .. I. I. l.i. ..J.4.4.CHURCHES. . ...

Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson. :\lrs.1 I. English Language and Literature, and I Ellis Thornton, strewn with pine needles and for dec- visitor to Lawtey last Friday. ,.
D. E. Knight and little Paul Knight !. Vice President of the University of Canova, Comer Brownlee Long Worthing.Fifth oration white Easter lillies were used Mr. and Mrs W. A. Strange, who + +
Elizabeth Mary
motored to Lake Butler last Sat- ) have been several weeks at + rE +
over spending
Florida, will deliver the annual ad- Grade-Sarah Hendry, Doro- in quantities, also nests of Easter eggs
urday. different in South Florida + BAPTIST-Rev. JW. A. Fer- +
points stop-
dress. hatched chickens and
Edwards Ethel Griffin, Ella Manning .
I thy ,
Johns, ThomasLimbaugh The guest of honor was blindfoldedand ped over while en route to their homein + rell. Sunday school, 9:45 A. *

"Cupid at College" will be played '! '! i i- + s. 1> '!' 000 C O a' Kate. YoungAsa led into the room and seated on a Kansas, and were guests at the + M. Morning stfrvice, 11:00; +
by home talent at the high school auditorium 4' home of Mr. and Mrs Geo. II. Beavers. -
0 Seventh Grade-Alice Thornton, white cushion;: directly in front of a + Sunday 6:45 I.M. Visitors + i

during commencement week. WOODLAWN PARK. Oma Clark, Maud Manning. huge Easter eggon which was standing + cordially invited .,to attend. *
Further particulars will later. Elder JL G. Davis of the
appear < > Presiding ,
<> ? Eighth Grade-Aileen Alvarez, Elva a cunning rabbit, which was given + S +
,j >;, <; <: <;. A, '$ <$> 1> $> <> $> <$> Lee Crews, Jessie Forsyth, Ella May Miss Freeman as a memento of the M. E. church, south, was a business + CHRISTIAN{ II. Coleman, + z

Rev. George F. Scott, pastor of the i I )Ir. W. L. Boffit, of California, is Long, Doris Scott Carr Colley, Hollis occasion. When the large egg wasoppJ1.d visitor to Lawtey Monday.Rev. + minister. PivacJjing the first +
First Methodist church of Arcadia is W. L. Overstreet, of Raiford
I friends.
with his
it found to contain
j spendingthp Knight Everett Wade. was dainty + and third Sundays\ in each +
in town hu father Dr. A. L.
visiting 1I Mr. G. W. Greene was transacting; hand-made garments, cut glass, silver, was visitor to Lawtey Wednesday
Ninth Grade John Powell, Horace + month. Forenoonfsermon! at 11 of'
Scott, and his brother, Mr. F. A. Scott. I II in Jacksonville Saturday and Mr. II. C. Richard, of Starke, wasshaking' (
I II business Wilson, Edna, Hazel, Kathleen. etc., for the popular lridetobe.Iiss + and evening ser:+on at 7:30.: +
hands with his friendsin
Sunday.Mr. Amelia Ray read the accompanyingcards many
I + Church board melting the first +
Mr. Romey Andrews has moved I I. .
iwtey Wednesday.Mr.
M. F. Brown and Arthur Sapp, DEATH OF MRS. PROCTOR.Mrs. and verse; + Sunday in each itonth. Loyal +
from Gainesville to Starke with his
business and Mrs. M. L. Loadholtz were
I of Lawtey were transactaing Mrs C. A. Futch the following .. ,' +
family. has gave Daughters m'et"ery Friday
He bought Mr. Pierce'sinterest visitors to Starke Monday.Mr. .

; in the City Barber Shop, and :I here:: .Monday.Mr. J. E.: Goodfellow, of Lawtey, Agnes Proctor, wife of Mr. T. timely advice: : S. L. Alvarez, of Starke, was a i ++ afternoon at 4 o'clock. Ladies + .

he is now one of the tonsorial artistsof I was attending to business here Mon D. Proctor, of 204 Dora street, Jacksonville Lucile, you are a dainty lass visitor to Lavtey last Saturday.Mr. I Aid Society meet the first Friday + ,

that establishment.The ., died at her home April 12th, And charming in "expression," N. Levis, of Gainesville, was 1 j. + in each mono at 3:30: p. m. +

day.The telephone people of Lawtey are of a complication of diseases. But just a word, ere this you pass, transacting business in Lawtey Tues- :. + Sunday school very Sunday + I II.

Messrs. Lippman and Mr. Mont- busy putting up a telephone line out The deceased was a daughter of the Twill save you much depression.If day and Wednesday.Mr. I. + at 10 a. m. Everybody! welcome +

ford, who have been here buying here this week. late :Mr.: W'n. Adkins, of Hawthorne, J. B. Dye, of Jacksonville, was I+of at these service,;? ++ ,

strawberries, left Monday for Chad- .Misses Irene Rhoden, Ola Mathis and was born in Alachua county 45 after marriage, with a smile, I a guest of )Ir. and Mrs A. M. Blan- !

burn, N. C., to catch the early straw- were shopping in Starke Friday. years ago. After having attained You refrain from all debates, chard at their home from Saturday to + EPISCOPALP.Worthing V. A. Osmond *

berry trade there. Mr. W. N. Parker was transacting early womanhood she came to Starke You will be happy all the time, Monday.A + priest in charge. +

business in Starke Friday. and lived with her brother, Mr. R. A. And so will Mr. Yates. party composed of Mr. 0. L. Tho- + Sunday school, 99 a m. Morning + -

Mr. J. W. Bushnell, a civil engineerof I Among those who attended the moving Adkins. About 15 years ago she was mas, :Mr. Enoch Griffis and family, of prayer and fctrmon, 11:00 + '. '

Tallahassee, who is engaged in pictures at Lawtey Monday night, married to Mr. T. I). Proctor, and had With Mrs. Adkins gift of hand embroidery Mrs V. R. Reddish and children anda + o'clock. Evening prayer and + '

railway valuation and also in engineering were Misses Debbie Phillips, Irene since then lived at Lake Butler and were the following clever few invited guests enjoyed a fish fry + sermon, 7:00 o'clSk. Choir re- +

work at the State Farm, was Rhoden. Messrs. W. N. Parks, and 0. Starke until five years ago, when they lines: at Kingsley lake Tuesday evening. + hersal, Saturday' 3:30 P. M. + ,
The union
moved to was
in Starke Saturday. J. Remember Phillips. there will be preaching blessed with two children, a son who I When you were away at college, Mrs. 0. L. Thomas and little son, + r + I
full" of knowledge J. C., were visitors to Macclenny last + METHODIST v. John A. + 1
the night. All are in- died in infancy, and a daughter, Ruby Getting just "plumb -
Remember your friends can buy any j i at tent Sunday i Proctor, about 9 years. Beside the I Friday and Saturday. + Hendry, pastor. Sunday schoolat +
thing that you can give themexceptyour 1! have a visitor phone the cor- husband and daughter the deceased I Mr. Yates you did meet, Rev. J. T. Betts, of Louisville, Ky., + 9:45 A. M. orning serP

photograph. We have some Ii you loaves of near relatives her mother, Who worshipped at your feet. gave a stereoptican exhibition, lecture + vice, 11:00 o'clock; evening +

dandy new styles of folder photos at respondent.I Mrs Annie Glissen, of the Lulu section I and song service at the Baptist church + service, 7:30 o'cf yck. Junior +

, special prices. Hoover Bros. i brother Mr. R. A. Adkins.oi With genius fervently burn Wednesday evening. The views were
.4.t++++1 H+++++f+++++++++ _, two, ... .., :: you ; + Epworth Leagueunday 4:00 +
r I + % Jacksonville, and .Mr. W. J. darker, High art stunts are constantly doing, on the life of Christ.At + P. M. Senior Epv'f)rth League, +

: Rev. W. G. Law, the new pastor oft of Glen St. Marys; two sisters, Mrs. But soon in your own home you'll learn the sub-district election which + +

I | the Baptist! church, of Lake City, occupies ;: At the Churches 1 Florence Snipes, of Sabine, Texas, and ,I The high art of baking and stewing.Mrs. was hold here last Friday for the pur- + PRESBYTERIA 1;--Rev. H. G. + s

rooms in the Baptist parsonage Mrs. J. E. Norman, of the Coffee of fixing the taxation and electing -
and his + I :: Adkins was assisted in servingby pose + Dennison, Past(*. Sunday + ,
family will arrive soon. Meanwhile ,,H##' ++}i+++#++++++++ Branch section. She had been a member throe trustees for two years, the '
the little Miss Florence Andrews, Mesdames : + school at 9:43:: A M. Pr'arhof
parsonage: building is of the Baptist church for many three mill tax was chosen! and G. W. F
' ing an rel'I'I\-\i METHODIST James-Killian, W. A. Barrett + ing services at n'vrular liju.-;. +
overhauling, to make it
years and was a sincere Christian and Brown, T. J. Terry and J. H. Moore,
j comfortable for its J. E. Wilson and J.1.. Mitchell.! The + Morning service :t 11 A. ',I.; +
coming occupants. i Rev. Geo. F. Scott, of Arcadia, \\;1Ipr'ach a good wife, mother and neisrhbor. the present board, were elected. '
rainbow motif was carried out in every + Evening service, 7. Visitors! +
at the :Methodist church next whose death is much deplored by a' 1
T. B. Lawrence visitorto
i detail of the refreshments, the Rev. was a + wortip +
' The Ladies Musicale[ will meet at Sunday morning. Mr. Scott is well wide circle of friends. The bereaved Jacksonville the first of the week. 1 cordially im'ited.to
brick ice in white +
being pink
the residence of Mrs. C. relatives have the heartfelt sympathyof cream + with us. .
L. Peek, Monday known here and is an eloquent preacher 1 i
I and chocolate; while on each squaroof Everybody is invited to he presentat +.
April :24th.:! hear him 3t
A very interesting and all who can come to all. i I
Program is being arranged: for the '' should do so. The interment was at Deklo cemetery I pound cake the letter "L" was traced the Easter exercises next Sunday ++++++++++++*?++*++.*++
. casion. oC-1' I in lavender icing. A small whitt'bunn morning at the M. E. church, and the
This will\ probably be the near Lake Butler. A great concourse ,
.t meeting of '. seated on a green leaf, was the Methodist church. There will be songs, t
i the musicale for the sea- of people followed the remainsto
: BAPTIST. favor for each recitals and special music for the
son. All dainty guest. oc
r members are requested to their last resting place and the COLDS QUICK LI! RELIEVED
casion. The exercises will take the
d attend. Those enjoying this function were
There will be the regular services floral gifts were profuse and beautiful. serVices. Many people cough rind cough--from .,
of the morning
I Bitch place 'I
:Mesdames A. H. Freeman, J. II. ,
: next Sunday morning and evening, to I the begining of Fall right through to
MRS. I '. A. :Marks, R. A. Weeks; : The first throe days of this week J
! COLLEY GIVES SILVER TE.II .\. j which the public if cordially invited. Ie. : rIarkley Spring. Others J'l.'told: after cold.
: It is Easter Sunday and a good attendance Col. C. L. Peek was in Jacksonville Johns, J. E. Wilson, Joe Edward, J have been in appearance like the regular -t, Take Dr. HinO"se.. ....?. Discovery anti
1H is desired. Tuesday on business. I I E. Futc I). C. Jones, Sinclair L. Peek Lawtey' strawberry season. :Monday you will get almost immediately relief. ,. +
\ On the 13th instant, Mrs. Colley: en- J. :M.: Mitchell, J. W. Andrews Jr., R nine refrigerator cars of 175 -
Flips the racking,
It checks cold
a tertained W. G. Law, pastor; Place, Baptist I your
& by giving a silver tea at her i O, Daniels W. II. Graham, B. C.Vil rates each were shipped to New York heals
o'clock have boon I rasping, tissuetearir.icough,
some church TimeIorning' 11 Your family pleading I
in we'st Starke. This is the'fi'rst ; lis, A. V. Long, D. E. Knight:: Louis City, and one car to Philadelphia. On the t
ef evening, 7:30: o'clock. with you for years. Why not make !I I the inflammation, F'' th"s rawtubes.
series of teas planned by the II. Hill of Lawtey J. D. Randall or Tuesday seven cars went to New York .
: :
J ladies I I "Come with us and we will do thee that appointment todaySitting fora Easy to tjko, Antiseptic and AtI
of the Methodist church the I Lawtey, J. M. Brownlee, Loney Roberts real Wednesday four cars. The fruit, I 50cjs bottle of Dr. ".
portrait i is a matter of minutes only Healing. Get a
Procetds to be used I good. II Olin W. White Crew E whole good, and I
:! for needed improvements -the same efficient methods you demand A. S. ? is a is exceptionally I King's New Discovery and keep it in
in the parsonage. I Matthews:: T. J. Griffin, C. A. FutchF. ;oat prices are anticipated. Y -
Cut glass received at :Mitchell'sDrug : in your business are observed in the house. "It is c*>tainly a great
just '
J. F. F. Stump 0. L. Haynes James Ki' Jacksonville
... Canova favored the com- Hoover Bros. Studio. Mr. D. Davis! of was
lany with some well rendered music Store ours.- -- lian. J. P. Tomlinson D. R. Edwards i visitor to Lawtey the first of the medicine and I keep a Bottle of it continually _

/II\f tad Mrs. E. T. Campbell gave one of WANTED TO BUY-15 head of goods 0. J. Griffin, W. A. Barrott, of Greor veek.elle. on hand" wri?.?sV.. C. Jesse- j

* her delightful readings. Quite a num- Small Facts About Horses. ook cattle and 5; or 10 brood sow. Cove M. E. Edward, U. G. Turner -- man, Franconia, N 1i.; Money: back if i t
,rf her of ladies M. :M.: and J. C. Adkins of Gainesville. Fran'' Brown, of Lawtey, little Miss
enjoyed Mrs. Colley's: I I Gray horses are the longest lived Will pay cash! for not satisfied but it nearly always!
1 gracious Raiford road. 2t: Miltoer, of Fort Myers, :Miss Florene 7lorence Andrews and Mrs. L. A. + .
hospitality. The hostess serv- and cream colored ones the most af Moody, Starke, on 1 i lJ
I. <* a dainty salad course to her guests. I I I l.cted by temperature chances..dnwr. : miles from town. 4-21-It. Canova, Carrie Amelia Ray, Louie- fates, of Tallahassee. help. J i



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3 ) simply freeing the soil from water.I needing a supply. After many care- I the extent required on higher lands, i
EVOLUTION shall endeavor to supply this deficiency ful experiments, covering some four as proper drainage will equally facilitate -
rF'' i I ; by recurring to the causes of years, he finally settled on peat which, capillary attraction. fI
the original formation of peat or properly prepared, inoculated and applied The secondary effect of drainageseems -
,. I muck without being too technical, and rendered not only the peat-con almost more important than
OF FLORIDA'SMUCK in so doing state that we have many tained nitrogen available but also the the first, namely the aeration of the
I evidences that our Florida peat deposits potash and phosphate content of the I soil, so beneficial to the life of the
must be very old, far older than "I peat and surrounding soil. I|I aerobic bacteria, a lineal descendantof
Tc. SOILS would seem possible in the case of This enormously constructive discovery one of our old friends who had so
material so liable to decay, disintegrate i is fraught with more value to much part in building the peat beds.
and subsequently disappear. our peat and muck soils than all the Drainage is not long complete before
Protfesor Darwin wrote a book ),' suggestions of the potash, phosphateor he actively begins his work of humat-
INFORMATION RELATIVE TO once to prove that peat could not ex I lime propagandists, valuable as ing ]peat, rendering it available for
MERITS OF SUCH LANDS ist in a tropical or semi-tropical coun- they are, to the farmer on such soils plant food and suitable to the life and
try, as in such climate decay was *o Doubtless many an ancient farmer j propagation of his successor, the nitrifying -
rapid that it could not form, and! yet whose bones have long since mingled" :i bacillus
Much Valuable Information Has Bern it is doubtful whether in any part of with the dust has achieved notable From Sterility to Fertility

Collected and Printed On Peat the world we can find larger or richer I success by properly )preparing hi.- Thus by degrees a useless, inert
bodies of peat, in propotion to the soils and later inoculating them by
and Muck Soils Of the StateBelow soil is made to produce crops which
area of the state, than in Florida and I the application of home-made stable .
i otherwise it nevei could have done,
p- my attention has been called! in the manure with valuable bacteria but
pLl and the judgment of the is at
,tie:, is reproduced an address delivered past few years to the !same thing in who was blissfully ignorant of Unreal grower
I| last vindicated!, who on first Are You Wasting The
: s by Hubert: Hanson: of St. Au- countries much nearer to the equator causes; of his success, nor could! it estimated its value by its obsen'ing-I Price.
rz jrustine, a noted muck soil expert, before than we are, notably in Cuba and! in such t'aues'el' have been known I Ii was tempted to cultivate it. By his
the West Palm Beach: Board of Mexico. i without the revelations] of the microj -- failure he has learned more than if at Of a Titan Engine?
; Trac.-: the evening of April :3rd. Ther1' We are accustomed to seeing/ any j! cope followed by careful experiments first successful, as he has been forcedto
,a, are thousands of acres of fertile muck organic matter, whether animal or of trained scientists. dl'Iinto the secrets of the soil .
and peat soils in St. Lucie county, and vegetable' as soon as it has outlived. !! Thus we are brought back to tlu and call into counsel the chemist, thl'cif'ntit TIT A N engines run on kenos nc
Mr. Hanson's, address contains much its usefulness; decay and later .Iia"-I; subject of drainage, for no one thingis
and the
:- drainage engineer, :
authoritative- information relative to pear, whether surrounded] by or so necessary to successful }bacteriallife I and each in turn, has taught him something Average cost of gasoline so far this year,
the character and :merits of such land submerged in \\'atc'I'II, that in a as a perfectly drained peat or I without which he could never 16.9 cents per gallon. '
.. The address follows: short space of time not a vestige of muck soil, and every recorded faihire !
. have > >lh'd.
lI'r( (
of kerosene
So much valuable information has it is left behind, but in the case of of growers on !;ut'hooils has been | Average cost ;.q ccnt :;'Jcr gallon.
been collected and printed from time our peat bogs we find millions of tons traced to lack of proper drainage. In conclusion: I may say that it requires I Gasoline costs over 100 per cent more than kern

to time on the peat and muck soils! of j' of what was fu'merl'C'g"l.tatiun de-I That in many_ cases such rich, black } few years no,'project development to predict by that that same in a | sene. Gasoline is going up steadily. J Kerosene is not.
our state that one might fairly conclude cayed to !such" a point that no trace beat soils have been found so dry as -
.c- that the last word thereon had its original form i is recognizable with- to tempt! men to cultivate tlit-m is a I !pint of patient investigation that At present fuel prices Titan engines 1 using kerosene
keen written; but the continual outputof I out the aid of the microscope' and yet matter of history, so; also are their has characterized! the practice of medicine save their owners about 1.1 cents per horse power
additional articles, much of them I! something has stepped in and arrested recorded! failures. This state of dryness surgery and science generally, hour.
: necessarily repetitions, testify to the I further decay, and we find preservedfor however, as shown by our state and applied to the preparation of the per ;.
soils will result in such yields of use- Are running a gasoline engine ? What horse
' unpacking interest in the reclamation our use great deposits of decayedvegetation chemist and others, was not the result power is
of vast areas of lowlands and a keen I with every evidence thatit of drainage but of a long protracted ful product to man and in such amazing it ? Figure what you'd be saying if you had'a Titan kerosene
-'w hope and expectation that successful reached its present condition several drouth, which was distinctly quantities as will raise a fitting engine. Rather surprising, isn't it? How ]Jong would it take
drainage may soon make them available centuries ago and remained unchanged favorable to the growth of injurious I monument to those who devoted their that saving to pay for a Titan engine of tie same size ?
for cultivation as a whole] and not from then till now. bacteria and unfavorable to the time and talent to drainage and recla-
in spots, as is at present the case. Arrested Decay growth to those known to be beneficial. mation, and future generations will International Harvester I.
I No better article on this subject has Fossil )bones of prehistoric animals I Then naturally followed the verdict rise up to call them blessed.-Fort Company of America
appeared than that of State Chemist have been found in such deposits on that such soils were worthless, I: Pierce Tribune. (Incorporated

R. E. Rose in his annual report for the East Coast of Florida, and other when the fault lay not in the soils,
1914 and submitted to the governor evidences of extinct vegetable growths but in unfavorable conditions. I'ICICT GUILFORD. Titan kerosene engines are told tj

1 under date of January 1, 1915. His would seem to carry us back to those;: First Essential! Thorough Drainage. ..
experience in the actual cultivation of dim ages, so wonderfully describedby ) Thus the first essential is thorough There will be a basket picnic and
such lands gives his report a value far I that prince of geologists, Hugh drainage, well below that point to political speaking at Thomas school DeWitt C. JonesSTARKE
l. above that of the theorist and his unfailing Miller, in The Old Red Sandstone and which the roots of growing crops maybe house on April 22. Everybody cor-
faith in the ultimate reclama- The Footprints of the Creator, when expected to penetrate. Such drain- dially invited to come and bring well FLORIDA.
tion of this class of land by proper atmospheric and climatic conditions age will not only free the soil, but filled baskets. We are expecting all _
drainage is an inspiration to continued conduced to the development of club will actually place the same in better the county candidates to be here and -
I i : effort. I mosses which were as;: tall as our largest shape and withstand a long-continued make speeches to the people and may .
In view of the foregoing statements, pines, but which' under present drouth. In a recent trip through the have some of the state candidates i withus
: it might seem unnecessary for me to (conditions grow no longer than a man's '(;Hades and similar lands partially reclaimed also. Rags and Old MagazinesAre
'I I attempt any further elucidation] of the finger. Thus it b i necessary to find I found vegetation suffering I II. II. WILLIAMS,
.J I subject/ <>f the future possibilities of I out why this great process of decay frnm drouth and withering in muck J, H. MATTOX,
", r peat and muck foils were it not for ;Middenly came to a standstill, and if land, where a few inches below the J. C. CREWS, Worth Real ,Money
A the fact that my life work and study due!! ll'1'satisfactorily solve this prub- surface; IVa;; able to squeeze water Committee.

II ; for the past eighteen years has !j 1II'mH' stand l a better chance to bring: from a handful of soil by simply pressing I 'I We will pay spot cash for all we can get. You can make
,.'. brought out certan points of importance :about conditions to nJ."aintart the decaying it in my hands and if the same i i Revised the Petition.
t as to future possibilitie.- that ( process' and thu render these! ,amount of moisture had been found in i Instead of forever praying for things money gathering them for us. Write for particulars.
; have KO far only been considered in (vast Il'rt !bodies; of plant food available ,clay or sand it would! have been termed J that would be of doubtful benefit to
: s i i a general way and which owing to I to our present agriculture.It I II water-logged soil. I think it i| us, how much better It would be to Southern Hide & Skin Co.
i j I late discoveries of scientist on both I i is.; an achievement worthy of our ,quite probable that in the future it I repeat, from day to day this simple Jacksonville Florida:
... J I tides of the Atlantic have awakened utmost study and) pains, and, like all will be found necessary at times to sentence of gratitude: "Thank ,
1 -' j a keener interest than ever l kfore I I such benefits to the human race, it provide for some irrigation on drained ,i God that we can help those who! you.are Buyers of Hides, Wool, Alligator Skins, :Old Metal, Etc.
1, I shown in this kind of soil. Broadly] ,1 ran only lie successfully accomplishedby muck lands! in a dry time, but not to ; down.:'-Toledo Blade! .
speaking, and for the purposes of this the co-operation of many minds,
; article, I propose calling all such soils all having in sight the same goal. --- _- ---- --- .--- -- "- - ------- _
-- T- --
.I in Florida peat or muck, interchangeably Suffice to say that for some years -----------
I for want of a }better, name. Neither past much patient endeavor has been -
I the dictionaries nor the encyclopedias expended on this problem, and I feel
I I afford us any satisfactory safe in stating that the question has ..
: name whereby to describe bodies of I II been, solved not by agriculturists, nor ;
i I decayed vegetable matter as are in by chemists, but by bacteriologists, ,
this state. Compared with the peats though not i ignoring he help of the The sunshine of
'i of Canada and those found in Europe, first named and greatiy assisted by inductive Virginiais ... Vtl
f I ours appear to be far older and more reasoning of close observersof

C 7, I completely decayed: and darker in color I I nature. in them!
;: ; very dark brown or black, which Renewal of Bacterial Life Needed.
I color and condition I have only] seen in From the bacteriologist we learn
; I European peat the bottom of deep the explanation of that subtile link ';

:. II i deposits. that in this case! combines organic and AND you know well enough what that '
t* J :" oaf 10,000 Year. Young, inorganic chemistry, and, broadly means, f
't T II j Professor; Charles A. Davis, peat I i speaking, we begin to understand that. IJL. if you've ever smoked a Virginia cigarette.
Ii i expert of the Bureau of Mines, in after all, to-called decay is brought ?

L I I Washington, in a recent statement, in about by the existence of a newer "The tobacco man's tobacco" is what Virginia
t pamphlet form, describes peat as "in (bacterial) life. 1
I cipient con ," which reminds me of a I Thus going back to the original for- is called. One reason is because Virginia gives !
+ 1 mation of the black-rotted
remark made to me by afriend some peat, we
: years ago on first seeing some of my see not the result of death so much to a cigarette the one quality no other tobacco i
r h prepared metal. He said: "Mr. Ran- j 115 I the result of bacterial life, by thp
I non, this coal is ten thousand years i' activities of which nitrogen and other can give-lIclzaracter"l-that zest and life that

j I young" j elements have been added to the mass makes a cigarette satisfying.
I While samples of this material in: and which then perished in their own
I : Florida for fuel and gas production I I excreta for want of oxygen, after Note:-Hca Ib.i is the duty which
has been the subject of numerous interesting i having changed the whole to that con- -goldened, lively, mellow Virginia-that's foreign-grown>ac o IIIi 'S. Now; "
r dition in which we encounter it add ocean freight .' All that Heipense
71 experiments at different cen- Piedmonts! ALL
I I'' times, it is the object of this paper to turies later, inert and useless, but con- Virginia 1 There's "character" : -pure wast txrause<< it
adds nothing to a rif' arettc. 01
{ 1 regard the matter only from its agricultural taming great possibilities for future aplenty in Piedmonts. the contrary, it suUracts something -
l* side. ( agriculturists and awaiting cither -it means over lc. aorta
't A general survey of the average natural of scientific treatment, which, Have been (If quality must bofuken out cf
!j. I soil of penninsula Florida reveals vast like the magic wand, shall in some you wondering why your cigarette every ic, package *f cigarettes

and tiresome stretches of sandy land, way resurrect the old or bring into is shy of taste? Why it is just merely "a smoke"? cf wants foreign-grow/pay no dutf tol 'lco.- becauserr Pied-
and though covered with heavy being new generations of bacteria to
I growth of pine or palmetto, a impress complete the task so well begun. It's because it lacks character"/ right they're here Virginia in the U.hj totyirro Your, grown every

; the newcomer to the state as the Experiments of the past few years penny goes for qualJjy. Jv>, I'led-
I poorest land he has ever seen, and fcr I have amply proven that no known So try Piedmonts today! uionts can and.! (/*/tWl) : jou letter
I him to come suddenly: upon large areas substance is so well situated to the life quality, f
I of black, well-rotted peat is a welcome and propagation of those bacteria 1If
I change and opens up great possibilities helpful to the agriculturist as in peat :tJn-a1ttl ar.
i I and hopes, providing only its surplus when put in proper condition, and it d
I i water can be got rid of. In theory will he interesting to note how this {
j I and judged by its {color it ought I is accomplished
t to be as rich as manure yet it is found I must first, however, digress some-
that this apparently rich, black soil what, in order to give my readers a _
I seldom! gives the expected results; of resume of the work of those bacteriologists -
permanent satisfaction. Even when which finally led up to the valuable -T--
j i' "I dug out and mixed with sandy soil, discoveries of Prof. W. B. Bot- .
j i ; with the expectation of fertilizing I tomley, a noted English scientist, The ALL VirgInia
l t them, results! are often appointing. !I which will doubtless within the next cigarett4 -
-p : and though the analysis shows a preponderance I.few years entirely revolutionize our .
of the very elements needed present' methods of fertilization. = f fi
I in the sandy soils, there yet seem More than thirty years ago the at- .
; to be something lacking. The nitrogenous | tl'r.til1ll of German scientists was
I I and other organic substances drawn to study the reason as to why i
r i
contained therein appear for some season I certain leguminous plants added nitrogen -
;; f to lio insoluble and unavailable. to the soils in which they were I
for plant food and we come to one j grown, and on examination of their :
I of two conclusions, that we must either I roots they were discovered to be infotl'd -
t condemn) it as useless or by further with bacteria by whose efforts
: experiment find out if somethingcannot the nitrogen of the air was transferred i "
Cigarette of
j be done to render its constitu- .' to the plants and subsequently Quality i
v' i tents a- shown by analysis available ; to the soil, thus enriching it. These
Florida's Rich Peat Ol'llo..itOld. | bacilli were separated from the rootsplantt'd JIB i. 10
The potash propaganda has printed '1 in various mediums more or II r for 59
A reams on the subject and explains all less suited to their continued life and ,II Pik
failures; on muck soils] as }ol'inglue I' activities, with varying success. cAlso '
to a lark of potash. Those who have I A Free Growing Nitrifying Bacterium Packed 20 for lOt
lime and phosphates to dispose of give I As far I have been !
II as able
to learn
out equally convincing matter showing no one, up to the time of Professor tj tiiUI COUPON IN EACH PACKAGE

that it needs one or the other, and Bottomley] has ever succeded; in cultivating \_ .
while all to a certain extent right \ what is termed a free growing iIJlV
practical experience still shows
something :
nitrifying bacterin
S. ; that i?, one
wanting. The simple statement I j not necessarily dependent upon the Y
that insufficient drainage i is the cause roots of legumes for existence, but J- r.- j
of failure, though (correct still fail!<: one which, growing freely in the soil' \

to satisfy us. unless we can show a twill! feed nitrogen to almost any plant tJIIIf<< : _. :"" _-' -:-"_ t
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BRUTALLYMURED1NHISSTORE- I Troubles Some Men Monikers.Hate About Remembering L_ Fhe Experience of OthersWith ] i.t.tI :

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: Peniaa: Is A Safe; ,,
"What's "
o mat : in a name ? That depends -

; The fellow who asked the .. l

; w I question was no newspaper man, at I. '.1"1-. ... -., ,.a. .-.-1 ..-., '--r" .'/' R. 1 ,t
: l ast-that's plain. After a man connected i .....'\ \,...... 1,.,>....,. '.... _) .do..J. o .0- '' .t,

I with a paper has been "blown! I. j

LOVE OF JACKSON- I up'1 time and again/ for spelling .r> ?.. !1, .. l' i 'l V' ,
E. R. '' names c..r .! .- i- :t I- .' .';' ::oi"ai'J-1; -rr.-.v. ot uostsvopS t .

VILLE KILLED BY NEGRO 'I wrongly the transposing initials, leavingout I : ; t'" h.i'i -: !.: '-i jrl:1 *, Ti I I."* k01Q': of II I 1
of -
the I
a guest write- ,
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I up of an entertainment, forgotten totnke I ; ; t "I"-p":') .'.-, ; t'? : '. ,:

ailanl Crushed Head of hU Victim I !: out the name of a man who had ..... i i (
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With Axe-Police Think They 1 I Hgned i a petition for a whiskey election {j A .otiti.2a. ; .t..,. ... t.,' .tvsiv.. j.:t KJF .enedyai (
and who had decided to crawfish

Hate Right .Man. s : out of it at the eleventh hour, and so I ...;, Or"''in.rj' Grip ; ..'.
on, believes thit a name is as potent I roi r-.j-/-"t LaJ.rr'.f't ji t/''orr.'sSlet -:!Ons : t; ,j.

JACKSONVILLE, A;>ul l.:>-Knock- I Archimedes' lover. To the contrary I a-'tCVCrtltO'2 cf Colch.An ';
many a country correspondent 9. .
ed in the head l with an axe, Edward : ; .
thinks there .
is nothing whatever -. '
in a 0
P.. Love, a white man apparentlyabout name and he shows it by his actions. I Exc.:.lle-ai: .4i.-< r.e d.:.
65 years of age, was brutally I
murdered at about MUO::;I o'clock la Starke
night in a small grolt'rytorc at was heard to ask a customer, I For barb !Irregular J
: "What'a Appetite ; :
Dora and Magnolia) streets, which he AN EXPERIENCED MAN FOR your name? A man standing -

operated and in which building he lived by was seen to suddenly turn palo E. P. T H A GAR DOt For Vv'calier.ed Digestion. .
; COMPTROLLER and how signs of distress. fleas MARION COUNTY .'

The alone.authorities l"u,11I'J to the scene |! OUR: STATE AUDITOR FOR 12 asked what ailed: }him. After drinkinga STATE Candidate COMPTROLLER For i Ever Ready -To -Take f

33 soon as the report j of the crime was YEARS. KNOWS THE WORK OPCOMPTROLLER'S glass of water and gathering his In the Nut Democratic Pnmiry. i \
faculties he explained: : four Support Will Be Appreciated. .
received. They oon had a negro in OFFICE THOROUGHLY 'iiid Advert fet-nunt. r
custody who is Mim-d! by the officers FROM ACTUAL EXPERIENCE. "Your question almost knocked me I II I What Family! Medicine Do You Use ? .- j jI' f

to be the murderer. : I WILL APPRECIATE d own. Ju-t to think of it-asking aman LARGE ALLIGATOR CA 1-4 tnc. (.....S nrJ '.iu > '- .. >.> w._ L" i'er. a lcr-. llic: linneU aura *. bout !
\OUR VOTE. 'What's ?' Well GHTi .... ., .
Gruesome :Sight: your name that lie "J' eau | i
Customers entering the store at 'I'aulilx<'rti-,'m<.ni will do for you, I suppose, as you sell ,. ? rjrfiait.v; *ll,,Ji. 114"- ...- !'.."rj i- not "f l\s b- .. c..!d r..d..on
th ings that can be seen and handled "Man Eater '' 380 Years Old. ...: m4' .: '.
about 8:30::: o'clock to find CUPID and. I'Iet.nu, ::. ... .
'I OUTGENERALED oaten, but I don't deal in con t..n. rumm < .I 'r ''r 1"I .r.i t r. t. :i t.up c..a!'1 In
in his .
storekeeper engaged customarypursuits Taken Alive 4 C-"Uii! .
I by Creoles. i a ir >""" :
crete goods and what I have .
and investigation revealed to sell .
an 11. ...
>< i i tr f ir\ ": tn-.1.' t-e fern. I .
is thought to be a superfluity, and I .. I n..ne. .x.. a tn. : 1. t.5
a gruesome sight, a< the body of the Would be Bridal peo- a;P Couple Spent
unfortunate man, his head literally plo think they confer a charity when NEW OIUEASlan Eater," : { "

crushed in, his brain nattered on the Night in Police Station. they patronize me. Therefore I must the largest; alligator ever taken alive! THE PERUNA COMPANY COLUMBUS OHIO
be ,
of hH llfp's as courteous as possible. A man in Louisiana, was captured recently by
llooj .
floor, lay in pool ,
in vocation Thane who object to liquid meJicincs will i find Peruna TatlaU
my is supposed to know two Creoles rear I'omte la Hacho. I
of his on
the counter little
lishment. Near the !body was estabj short j Lat Thursday a gentle sensationswipt e\'rthing--wh he should be expected the :Jlississqpi delta below here. The deaireble for Catarrhal Conditions. -. g

a over Uaiford when it was learned I I to know so much no one bothers 'gator, which has been brought to New
the blade
handled axe, covered with I
that Miss Connie .
Journey had left. himself thinking about. I -
am expected Orleans for exhibition is .
nearly 20foot
hair. When : .
blood and struck from 1 l.o.
(ion the evening;: train for Jacksonville l la :I to know the name of every person long. Scientists who have
hind Lowas evidently seated exam-
at ; and it was at once surmised that she calling, and to ,
acknowledge that Idon't
small table behind the counter eating I : ired him say that he has attained the f !
I was on her to meet Mr. ElmerJames
way know the name of
his evening meal, as particles of food to whom she hoped to be would some person mature age of 380 years. B. Z. MATTHEWS
were still on the table. When found her arrival in the married IK almost the same as to insult "Man Eater" has been known to inhabitants \; l'U:
on city.
him, the more so because
the victim of the fiendish assault'st every of the lower delta for at .
Unfortunately for Cupid's plans, person knows me. I have been in least
my twenty years Artesian Well Driller
still breathing. Robbery was evidently [
telephone messages travel faster than present business a long time and besides A dozen attempts} to capture him f;
the moth'e.Police trains and in the hour half thatthe i
and a I have been in a business that failed. Just how he came about his
Officer Jim Davis, patrolling train was taking to get to Jacksonville often placed me in a big crowd of suggestive cognomen is not known. I Have Had Twenty-Four Years };;
this section, was the first officer on the lady's father had 1
young strangers, and because I was the principal There are stories, however, that several

the scene. He immediately notified heard of her departure and forthwith figure in the crowd they learned
negro children, playing about the Experience In Well DrillingsIn l
police headquarters and the patrol 'phonod the police of Jacksonville to my name and I am supposed to edge of the great swamp which was

wagon and an automobile filled with I be on the lookout for her and to arrest know their names, though I had something his habitat, have fallen his hi
policemen and deputy sheriffs were young James. else to think of at the time than The great 'gator was surprised in florida.; r
hastily dispatched to the store. Unconscious of what ] i
was going on learning names. Sometimes a man its sleep by two 'gatormen, ,
Died at Hospital in Jacksonville the would-be bride whom I knew slightly years ago when trapped and subdued expert after a desperate / Guarantee to Satisfactorily Complete 4/f 1

Love was placed in the automobile neared the city with heart all aflutteras he had bushy whiskers, comes to me struggle. He has sulked and refusedto CONTRACTS *

patrol and rushed with all speed to St. she counted the moments that with clean-shaven face, and I can't eat since his capture aid i is not itDeveloping t

Luke's hospital, in charge of Officer i! brought her nearer and nearer to the recognize him. Sometimes a man given long to live.GALILEE. RAIFORD, FLORIDA '
H. 1?. Boggs and Gerome McManisbut | one who was soon to be her husband. with a big drooping mustache comes

the victim died! at the hospital[ ,' An unpleasant awakening awaited]I I j jj I in and ho looKs like a stranger to me, as
seven minutes after his arrival there I her, however, as she stepped from the because the last time I saw him he '

r and his body was taken to an under- I I' train, not in the arms of her fiancee, was a kid in short papts. And, besides,

taking establishment. i t but into the hands of the police. She the name of a man whose acquaintance Members of Galilee Baptist church

Meanwhile every available! officer i was tenderly cared for through the you make casually: and whom you are loud in their praise of the services F.f

had taken up the hunt for the slayer i[I| night while young James spent the seldom) ] see, is likely: to bo forgotten held there last Saturday and Sunday I II > :

An automobile driven l by Deputy Sheriff '!j same night: locked in a cell under arrest "!Iow I manage to find a man'sname by Rev. I'. M. Higgs. Improvementsto .

i J. A. :McCloud. with Police Officer i as a suspicious character. Fr'dayI ? Oh, there are several way. the church, which will give it a ll.t-I L Business I
j I morning'tlr.: Journey went to Jack- ter appearance, are under conterrplatino. ,
t George Stone and George Johnson, a'' The most common i i-; to pretend to j

deputy sheriff and night watchman, :ionville; and brought his daulhtl'rhome know hi.-. surname, but to having forgotten j I .
1. and) )Ir. Jumc- released. -
, was first to arrive and two Mocks from : : was \ his initials. It's no crime to

the place where the foul deed\ was perpetrated Raiford Tubune.Registration forget initial, you know and in giving Registration Books Will Close Business expansion frequently results through dew

the 'icgro man who i,; now r his infra \I 1- thc man generally gases May First. Register. cisive action, based upon absolute knowledge! ,;

held in jail was ane-ted. I Books Will Close his surname al-o. Hut if ho doe not.i-I 1 1I of present and prospective financial and infus-

This man attempted to run when I May First. Register. I open my book and toll him I have'i' sociattil in my mind afterwards an toinitial

the machine approached him and seemed !lost niy ghiS-es, and he will find the -. Sorm; times I can't match mi-- trial conditions., ? \ ti

to stagger and! attempt to throw .\"EHJlr.IIT: \ IN: THE PAST. panic for m!'. When all other means'ifsi.l Halbut I am pretty sure to rcmem- In planning greater activity a dependable co-opt ra-
something away which he hELl ir ht.- :I I i 1 ,I-k him, 'Where are jour broth- j I bee a person ha\'ir.gthe; sonic initial, ,,
hand. Johnson jumped from tht auto ornov?' Ho will reply: ,something |'only' reserved, arid I associate the two tive banking connection is particularly vaLJ! ble. {

mobile and caught him. The nogi o When th- old tiu'htio'igouinedi! 1 i ]like this, probably: 'Whyincl' Pill:1 natves together when I have occa-iou Patrons of this Institution have continual)' at
i there was a promptness even aggies- ] ]h Henry[ Smith died 1 I haven't no1'brother. :' tlJ loo with the
< reservation that tholat
gave his name a: Will Lattimor. :!') got
their disposal the best advice and assistance of
the assertion of
about Amori
J sivfi.ess ;
i Smith oh, saved I m.l1's initials be i
years old, of 2ir: : Pricetroct.. He told'! yes; again must reversed '
the officers that he had) left his' homo i I j l right, and their protection, which You see, every man aspires to the refrrerrr I "One of the: woes of county candi- our officers. ';

a short time lefoie to to i operated ]however, to make other of a 'wll: known citizen of till''l'etior ': dates is to be abk.- to know the name

a stol''J.-l'pl'r-lJOt the pay man money who: wa;" countries etrl'l1ll'i.'areful. in their I So-and-su : .,* and ho hates to
killed-and that he had t been rulhl-/l J\ |treatment of American ii'i/ens. It 'rave to tell his nlll1t'hl'r e ho thinks I know all the old citizens, but strangers and the interests of every patron are always

of all the dollar! l"i ill!], 1!( was one of the things" whiih, contrary ]re ought to be well known. occasionally wove in, especially
money except|> a the notion! of certain I accorded cheerful, enthusiastic attention. ;
jto day
which he carried in hi. hand. I present "Yes I know the initials of several t" the towns, aid! the artifices used

: Money Wi Found i J pacificists! made! for p"ace irstead; of hundred )persons in liradford: anti by the anxious candidates to find out Call and become acquainted with this unusually Helpful (
i j for trmiMo.Heie .
i There I :.cljuin.in:' couiitio--" continued our : the names of the f.tnnjrers, when thereis
were Moodpot 1 on hi. cloth ] i is hitoriiIltl.trLtion of how banking service.
I i man "although! I have but an I ro ono to ask are amu mg. Young j
c KZ and when he "
was searched ? i in promptly j in those days when assured\ !
bills | j I cannot afford not to know men jut attaining: the voting
were found! in his coat thrrmore ,I |that th"ir gou-inmert would}.) give I! memory. I ago
; in of his : ;j' then', you see. The way I do is this : are !sometimes hard to place but the
one socks >
and ::1.7'; in i iJlVm i its entire !support naval officerspiocoeded STARVESTARKE
another sock besides thf dollar whiih when American rights were'attacked. |' Havi"g! l'arred the initials! of a per- I candidate will get the information! in BANK of

b carried in his: hard lie wap'arod! II ] .\ man named Martin KII-- ]I I son I hunt through my memory for I such a wayas this, for example: 'My, I IL

i in the automobile and takon to his I ta.abject of the Austrianllungarianr i' ji"other poison! having the same initial FoniiV, how you have grovn'! Whon
t home, where his wife / : and 1 having kn ;:adod} mentally.M I saw your hit you were only that
I told 1 the o"t !
r been engaged
\ that he had left his !homo an hour l..'- j government i movenn'tit-: forced\ to speak, the two toother for a high. Hut: I declare I I have forgotten FLA \
t tore of minutes, will be nanw-i"II't it Xa '' ,
, to to couple they a;;- jour given j
a grocery store. i'to 1 fee the country aid took refuge
' it's Joe Joe
sir ,- I'ikender Jr.:
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; Mrs. J. D. Pierce (.f .M: : Doiatreft i in the United State, where he took the candidate "
: harp
f and!! Mrs. 0. A. Pu-ice of '.OIa: .>lui'!'' out his first papers.: -

: street, said they wcro sitting 0:1 the'porches ri I;i Later ho made a bu.-ine., trip to HUSBAND RESCUED i' From the above it may be se"'n that .- :. K

j at about al3: : o'clock Kiscj I If :Smvrna, in .\-ia Minor. The Austrian: county candidate, tax assessors, tarcollectors .

f night: when they -ay a negro man !II 'consul at Smyrna had him kidnapped I I. : newspaper men and othersare : : :;' ::': : '-:" -.- I ; -- ,
I walk slowly down thc street aid sit !i ;and taken on boml11 Au.-tnar war DESPAIRING WIFE sometimes in a quandary on orderto

down beneath a largf tree aerotho ; :-hip! the frigate Hu--ar. The Amen- 1 I i pay you the courtesy of calling you
street front the of Louis, corimantiedl.j j by your name. They have so many l'i'i
store operated \\.y'|, i, 'canloop \\-ar St.
Lose i; other things on their minds that they
and the A ]little girl also noticed thi i ; :i ;I C'ajt 1)incatt Nathaniel Ingrahani. After Four Years of Discouraging may easily font, at lean temporarily A TTENTION
the .
women of
oh.er\ed that the n e. I was in the port :Smvrna : t timeword
gre staggered as though drunk) and ',then reached Captain Ingrahani1 : Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave I. your namf' When such a man

both. of them passed remark.regard L 'of the kidr.appn.g of Iozthe: mad Up in Despair. Husband I I J put'kprhis bro\v :u d scratche. IK '

Ing his Actions, whuh the of the ,\ I head on meeting you, help! him 01 ("y
they thought ;a to 1 Le telling! him jour name.A CANDIDA TBS
SUSpICIOUn'onbC' to they I 'trial war-hip for his surrrralrr.hey

women, the negro remained in t This was refused. Thereupon Cap- r
darkness I Catron, Ky.-In an interesting letter STARKE INTERVIEWMrs. I
under the the for about\ ; ton tain 1 D mean had "nuarter.beaten:
>Smites and then : c'eared for action from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock I
arose wont t )-jbi.s| gun run The Telegraph Solids Your}
ward the store of the man. whom tho i I I art! loaded! he took, up a position writes as follows : "I 1 suffered for four Hemingway Tells of Her Ex- I

entire: neighborhood called "lirindpa.; aloig-ui! the IIu.( ,"ai a'.dfit wonl years, with womanly troubles, and during :i perience.

What Witnesses! Saw i I oti \1-o.ird that un! -s'< thc man waMjr- this time, I could only sit up for a little' I Patronage for Printing >

A short time later :Mr. W. E. Picric j rrtni l<>ied to halo: within a space of time while, and could not walk anywhere al The following brief account of an

w 118. D ':street and Mr.s. John l Resan ri'inl-erod by minutes he would\ open all. At tines, I would have severe pains interview with a Rtarke woman four CARDS I

w ho live opposite thitoie.. sa pif're' on the Austrian ;hip, which by In my left! side. years :ago and its sequel, will he read ..

a negro man emerge from the store the waW'is; vastly! superior in force The doctor was called! in, and his treat. with keen interest by every citizen: I
and proceed to the St. LouiJ.KO7.1a Mr.s.! Lucy Hemingway, W. Call St., ENVELOPES
westward.) A family livlf :, !vent relieved me for a while, but I was ,
R next to the store I' was surrendTed: and was Starke. says: "I suffered from lame t
which thc ,
in t::!"- soon confined to my bed again. After
cer occurred told the officer. that en.on a passae; 'bark to the} United I and aching back and could hardly get LETTER HEADS J
sea:)0 that seemed to do
nothing me good.I .
shortly after S (I'docthl'v\ he'ml'a State, by Captain Irgraham. Conirres around. It hurt me to stoop or lift ,

sound which resembled) sharp. tht'.:,,1 ,', :uhsemtently I on .\Ulrutto! lc.! :>i. rer0iieted I had gotten so weak I could not stand and I felt miserable. My kidneys did
but they did not see a man enter c, the prC'iI.'nt to Irc'I''t Captain and 1 gave up in despair.At not act right and caused my a lot ofannovance. ,
leave the last, husband got me a bottle ol Doan's
store Most Ineraham with a medal! suitablvn'rcribpd my Kidney Pills
of the peoj.le. ;if j
in Je neighborhood l t\ere on the! || for his prompt assertion of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I commenced brought; relief from the first and) #non DODGERS Etc. j :

ront porches, resting after the (1.\iv's. ',American ri .rhti'. Incidentally there taking it. From the very first the aches and pains in my }back loft a :

work. I were no diplomatic complications over dose, I could tell it was helping me. I I and the other symptoms disappeared. Promptly and Cheaply. We guaranteesatisfaction.

Lieut. W. n. Cahoon, Detectives i the affair and no notes were exchanged: can now walk two miles without i its (Statement given March 10, 1911). )

T H oob' C. H. Hurlbert.. P. Lord c .'between the two governments.: Aux tiring me, and am doing my work." i i Over Three Years Later ; ef

Serge. K- McDowell and other offi- trio treated those having:: claims to If you are all run down from womanly Mr!'. Hemingway said: "You can keep ? .

cers are now tracing the with American protection with extreme deference troubles, don't give up in despair. Try right on using my endorsement oDoan's Cuts furnished cost. Let us hear from you.
Which the murder axe for a long time thereafter Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped Kidney Pills. There isn't anything

is branded "A C. was" committed. It Exchange. more than a million women, in its 50 too good for me to say for this
b evidently I : on thc blade and ; years of wonderful success, and should medicine. I occasionally take Doan'sKidney The
W. .a raIlroad a eSheriff surely help too. Your druggist hai ; TelegraphStarke
"- DowHng] and Cut Has:? jut received! Mitchell's you, .' Pills as a preventive and they .
sold! He
C ; Deputies Jim Cardui for years. knows what keep me in good health." I
Drug Store.
VA' M'Cloud It will do. Ask him. He will
Fred Lord
and Ben Price 50 cents at all dealers. Don't
Jones mend it. Cardui recom.1 I
have Begin taking
threads of; the taken UP other Plies Cared la 6 to 14 Day I simply ask for a kidney remedy-get : :: Florida

rapidly to case and are working YOJT draggiit will refund money If PAlO WriU to: Chattanooga MfJldn Co.. Udtef_ Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that .
Ja clear \p the m'slery.conville .- OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching, AJvtsory Dtpt.. Challinoorl Trnn.. tor '-(N .
Mrs. had. MilburnCo.
] "tructiotLI Oft your use and 64-paeMlok. H o Hemingway Foster -'
IIer''itie nr Protruding Piles 6 to 14 darn
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i' I eny chairman, II. L. Lewi.B.. Cols.011 boys. .+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I

and John Shriver as a committeefor Song \ Little Easter (Carol '4. 4

.-> ...r l. the picnic which will be at this class Xo. Ii. I'. + .

place on the :2''th of this month. The Easter: Joys-Three little girl,. I.I I.

committee will endeavor to arrange ave Recitation, Easter-JCSMC Mae Col- : FOR SALE :

County News itemsInteresting : ," interesting program and it is the I tion. +

aim i.f: the citizen- maw; it the ln,Jii Song: by \'hool-"IIe! is Risen." .+ +

the 'ount\'. All e.Mviiallj iivi Flowers Four little girl.i .-.. .4
( are | Easter -- I '+ 40 acres on Lawtey and Lake + c.i-ry all the I lead-I

Facts Gathered During the Week by Our cd to attn anll bring .veil !:il! elI .1I i Responsive: leading by school-"Our I + Butler: road, ; miles west of + fciJX'W'e inn a' J standard >ar.eIha -
H i :H'-M l.-. 1 Lord Teaches the Resurrection." + Lawte '. + C a tics thave barn {
Regular Correspondents. 'I... milli II'. JI: P. Mathen. I' t.sleHI :and I known to be
; Song, "Easier LIlies-Four girls. + + /
::!5 acres on Lawtey and Highland i adapt"i to ota so'l: lord
..' has been busy lhi- \uek in the Recitation. "The Lesson of Easter" + road, "Xational Highway." + s
___ __ I of for the local tradi I clira'c
ti'Usiij shingles Duncan. .
Marguerite '
, ,6 + One-half mile north of depot. + : imow im-
1 Misses Edna Baxter an.! Olga F.Wiii'l I "Crown the :-a\'iour"-Fh'l'; girls. I'I'I media -hirm<-nt cf all i
;, 1 ; !' ', '!> [ businessisitor here Monday and + $(;00 cash or terms. + the J ksunatle crop
' 0 0 Tuesday. were here Saturday and Sunoa1t.II ) j Song, "Easter Flowers"-Class V 20 acres on Lawtey and High- + -M'd. ,
; relatives and friends. i "
f ,' i to HIGHLAND. I Miss Emma Beach, of Jacksonville, I \ Any news of interest conlributed taI Recitation "Scatter Seed-;"- 40'1'+ land road, "Nalional Highway." + SEI)) POTATOES ,<
I <> + One mile north of Lawtey. About +
: Saturday and Sunday here, the '
t I spent the Correspondent will be highly appreciated died Roberts. SPlldl{. 1 !'o. 4 Race
i !' '!> !' ;- -0', I guest of Miss Minnie Saxon. Miss I I i + six acres cleared. $GOO cash or + E tlrKed! Blui, T.-i- -
1 | Dialogue. "The Tribute of the :\ation" S1
f : Mr. C. C. Duller, of Jacksonville; Beach was formerly a resident of this + terms + umpht 'S fd Peanuts, :Y 1
:' Ii was a visitor here Wednesday.Mrs. I place and has a host of friends here. .+ L. H. HILL. + ., No. f North Carolina t..LJ

II. C. Wimberly, Winifred and We regret to report the serious illness Surprise Part)'. Song, "Joyous Easier IielISS'ClassNo. + Lawtey Florida. + and tile Small Spanish: ,_fi
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; "Billy" Wimberley' were shopping in of B. E. Van Buren, who is very A surprise party was given at the j I iI + t I Tan Crop 1'I .<;
Floral arro'tics-Six
, I Jacksonville Thursday. sick at this writing.I home of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Shaw on girls + + I Seed ''orn. Millet, &.r- ',

t. i Mr. Joel R. Padgett, of the String- last Friday night. Several games, appropriate -I" Easier Talk.-Hev. Coleman. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ghl.m 1 t Bt.gl'ar..ffif. Katal f s
:Song; by school-"Hallelujah. i iBenediclion. 1',
' fellow, Padgett Co., was looking after I Class. to the season, were playedand J JI GrVs, Rhodes Gransd
Christian Church Baraca
r : 11 his! firm's business here on Wednes- We much the illness of music was rendered bliss Marguerite I I II Chlorai Ka-.r Corn lly ,
r'I; I day. regret Vary Shriver. All expressed a most I There was preaching at the Baptist I II' .. Wlve4 Beans Upland '
E I Mr. Terry was the guest of his Broadus Hardin, and hope for his enjoyable time. church last Sunday both morning and : I and Inland Seed Rice. :::."
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t: f Irother11'. Jeff Terry, at Lawtey speedy recovery.We to know that the father Those present were Misses, Addie evening by pastor, who pave two very S Torat Plani-Living- 5.
G 'I }jaturda '. are glad stood Hall, Marguerite Shriver, Edyth Cros- instructive talks to all who attended.At 1y9FwC ton (t'loly and the t 'n

, G. E. Wilkinson Jr., spent Sunday of our secretary, Clyde Mullady, by, Mary Collins, Pearl Lewis, Addie the close of the evening service FamoJi, John Birr. '';
his will and getting alongso
operation ,
with friends at Raiford.I Thigpen Ruth Crosby and Mamie there was a baptismal; service. Rev. writes us for weekly .

J. B. Padgett, of Gainesville, nicely. Lamb; Messrs. Eury Johns, John W Rawls has been doing some fine work jirire {!"t on Field Seed
Felix Dover who has just moved to
I was a business visitor here Monday.Mr. Pinholster George Crosby, Marcus E. since he became pastor of this church, Grain;poultry. Feed andSUrJ.hh. I
I South Carolina will be greatly missedby Our descriptie -
and Mrs. J. 0. McCormick, of Cone and Julian Collins. we are glad to say.
the class as he was faithful in at- catalogues free on
Wateroak, were visitors at the homeof lendance. The Ladies Missionary Society of requcil.AltT. I

. Mrs. McCormick's parents, Mr. and The ball game last Saturday by Ba !' !. ;> !> ;. JH !> S' i. i. i i: $, -i? this church will hold regular meeting -C 5* _-

; Mrs. F. M. Crews Sunday.Mr. raca class against Starke, resulted in on Wednesday afternoon, April PATSY

I : B. 1.. Blanchard, of Lawtey, wasa ja I score of 2-'J: to :'> in favor of theHampton LAKE BUTLER. :Ji I. All are invited to attend these! J. R. DAVIS & COGEN.GRANTSAID ; .'Ol'LTRY. l{ .,.-
1 : visitor hC'reIonday.. instructive meetings for we are sure ,
Baracas. i rocket your hens lay. ,,,, '
I i, Another ball game will be playedon 6' .., ; ."' e., ._.. e._ ,;., ;., J, e', ;.-. ,. .,' ;., (. ',) they are so. i i' -- t+ ,G ZI

..' ..., !' Y !' !' -;. e. '! the diamond here next Saturday Candidates Day. Prayer: meeting every Thursday I ,

.:, p with the Putnam Hall team. Come and Last Saturday was gala day for our evening at 70.: The pastor says that j I VE.A.MAKTIN' SEED CO' 1c

i '. WATEROAK. help us yell for our home team. city, as the candidates from every every church member should attend ACIS3} VILLt.FLORIOA. ,)

: !. !' <3> The class grow both in interest and corner of the l'Guntathered here, the meetings for he feels that they ''I "LET US SMOKE IN THIS w If.f.;
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. II' attendance. as well as some of the state candidates will he of help to them. r
Mr. and Mrs. .1. E. J. Wainright visited to make speeches to the people. I WORLD NOT IN THE NEXT. ,. .... 't. -
Salem church, in last ; !' !' ; -' { ,
Clay II'
j county ,Each one feels sure of his election. + + + + + +' + + + + + + + + + + I ; r rtUl' !
I Saturday and Sunday, whC're11-. n r 1
brilliant made
Many speeches were + +
Wainright/ holds) services every third : BROOKER. during the day, among them being + Smoke the Old Reliable ) I.
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Sunday.Mr. . C Governor Park Trammell, who did his 1St Ri.J n sa't ptipChT1QLrw {
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and Mr. J. I McCormick j
were < ) ) r
part well. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 "A. P. H CIGARA SALT C21.t ITC THE
Chopping in St.irke Friday. Dr. W. H. 'lemons was in I.rooker The Lake Butler band furnished ,
Mr. I;. ('. Johns has his new re.ilence business.
Saturday on professional some thrilling music for the occasion. For Sale or Exchange
I < near ('0'11 pl..t tm. and expects to : Mr. J. L. Shri\er and several oth- EVITJbody carried well filled! baskets ( Pure Havana)
there in few ---- -- ---- -- ----
move a days.Mr. : crs motored down to Starke last Sat-
and had to
no one any reason go awayhungry
I FOR -i.\LE-Tomato: plants $2: jvtjS1
Ellis McCormick vL-ited athighland .| uid.iy aflernoon. for there left per)
was plenty on
l.WUO. E.: Gowin; Hampton, Fla.
f i Sunday. I I The election which took place hereF.'riday the table. Made by the .(
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Miss Gladys Hicks became
a mem- resulted in the retaining of Brother Coleman and wife went over
; her of Ileilbronn! church !Saturday school -- -- ---- I 1
the Brooker sub and eledi".gMessrs.
his draw.-.J
to Starke Saturday to fill regular FOR SALE-Porto Rico potato !
night. Rev. 1..A. Donoley was thena H. P .Gainey, A. A. Ilazeni there: and will visit their I
t I II I appointment S1.3o per 1,000' J. J. :Mansell, Box'l'S
>tor. i and Dr. L. L. Lamb as trustees, suc- STARKE CIGAR CO.
! t I If I home in Ocala before they return. Starko. 4-14-U. |
t! There is prayer meeting held at the ;I i erecting :Jk'>r<. J J. :Morgan and M. The ladies will serve a supper, also I

f t-hurch house ever yW.dlll'day t.wn-I'11'. Matheny.Prof. ice cream cake and! strawberries on FOR :SALE; -One-hor.-e Weber wagon: ', GEO. L. MASSEY Prop. 1 --- ,- ,
ing. I A.: P.:. !Shaw and several oth- Friday evening April Sth, at the nearly nat a sacrifice. Chas E. f rn... .
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.'I' Mr. and Mrs. J. McCormick: attended ers from here attended the political l home of Mr. JesCaoson.. AllI'C 1'01'dially Drown, Newman Farm, Starke. It. STARKE, FLORIDA. tr.\1, ,'1. : Ebrands "
church at Highland Sunday. picnic at Lake Butler last Saturday 1'r. .. I.
t invited to help on this occasion.The ; : m.m.- a -c .1. : .
FOR SALE One hundred, and fifty 1----- ., ,, ..It
Mrs ('ol..nli1lc'r: visited her grandmother | and l report a fine time. proceeds! will go to help pay on ". nn.' I N : ) t."t, <. ..
; Mrs. J. J. Clark last week.Mr. 1 j :Mr. [II.[ I.. Brown: who is building a the new church building.The barrels of coin. G.! W. Lewis, ; h'lZ'0.. "I.! r'.' afl'!"* -I r U : .. r,.-
J. McCormick: business i- ProokiM-. Fla., phone :!9.! 4-14-21. ': i .'" ''
was a ,, residence for Mr. E. S. Gainey at La- drought continues in this part General InsuranceI tr'l'Y*.1 l: i."i::I"ui :. ';. f0,'lI".0'.. "< ,
visitor to Raiford Wednesday. ,., Cros.f.\. was here !'aturdaanti. Sun- of the country. Farmers are more FOR -\LE-Xice black: mare.I l twiof y.ur Lr..l. r t c- h r t '. .:
Mr. Crews Wainright: and wife visited :|' young III represent none but FIRST to give it n Iri t I.ii':: -ir< I :, It t.., i' J '
than anxious for rain. Will be sold cheap. Sam '. ; ,. ."j "
I day.Mr. Rosenborg, ( \'n.11f.7 i vn:: M '
; his father, :Mr. J. E. J. Wain- Claude E. CLASS and will be .. .. ... .
I Cro.-liy was Visiting :'011'. II. J. Stewart was in Jackonilli 'ash Department Store, Starke. I companies tl.ib t tr lt r: .- -,. j,
right. Saturday and Sunday. ,: friend Alaohua county last Saturday. \ )In1llaon btifineos. : I constantly on the alert to pro h'wpnt.1>un I gay.. nr't I. tlr "' : '; :y.crl ,
There will l-c church at Evergreen ,, l-17-tf.- I i i- ., .. ,
:Mr. Charlie :'Ilaurie"as visiting! his --- '--- mote your interests. Guarantee 'Jf t1* I' .1 >.,' : utr : .. .
next Saturday, :Sunday at usual I 1 1-h\l. W. A., after organization, FOR SALE-Comfortable house with -J tin' "t.*. u- .
ho'ne .
I If. at Hampton Sunday. courteous treatment to all pa. I". i of dV "....j ')r. :' J I
I f. hours. j; h1.tlwil'\ first meeting Friday nightin Miss XiII Mooring: arrived Satur- eight rooms and bath and ;o'i acre trons. A well written policy by a"f' LU ta... lFjH-na ti. Y' '.,KKsakrry "' ra.Ill.t. J

.. -. .-. -.. i the W. O. W. hall. day night from Kaidsvillo, Ga. She lot in Hampton. Reasonable term n first-class agent in a first- I t ; Tif.; TI'J. C C."i.. i
f e. ; ; "' ;. ;" ; ; It ('{'ms that the old time spelling will make her future home with her Write Mrs. Annie E. Young, Hamp-I class Sold by J. W tjlllie & Son. Newell B. Hal!
i. ... ln-e has come back into its own, as brother, Mr. 1'. Mooring: and fam- ton, Fla. : : company meansmuch J. C Manning. 1 : U. Krgibter, W G. Brootaa
f PALESTINE. Prof. Shaw gives his pupils thorough __ I" in case of loss by fire. --
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r. ti'tsn; .--pl'1li'l,1 Y Thursday :\11'.-. U. L. Honiker gave a music recital BARGAINS IX FIELD PEAS-Xo. :2 I l H. C. RICHARD Starke .I e/
: !' !' !> Y !> !' ; '.> ..' 1- 1rht. la-t Friday night at the schoolhouse Clay I :'Ilixl'oll"as, ?1.10; Xo. 1 Clay [ ,

I I :Mr. W. 1 II.: P.rannen and duuirhter, "thicken Biiir-: are eUir.g to be atl'.iii'j which was thoroughly cnjoynl1y Mixed Peas, :$1.23: Brown Whippor ,

J Bessie made a business trip to Lake of much popularity here and we a large crowd. wills and Early Bunch Speckles, -- '-" S ,

Butler: Saturday i{ would advise all of the good cilize'-; :Miss Anna :Mae Pogue/ will give a I $l.IlI. O. P. Daniels' Son!'. Waynes- "

Mr. Sherrml Driggors, who is attending I to lock their coops at night.31r music recital! next Friday night at the f 1 _born_ Gas; ._ _4-U-.tt.1_ COFFINS CASKETS ]
the "onual ",'lw.)1t Lake .. and MrL.. II. Johns spent Sun- school auditorium.! It is free and everybody -- --- -- I I II And a full line ofUndertakers'

Butler, spent the \u-ek end! .vith home ,i iy with Mr. and Mrs. G.; B.: cordially invited.!

folks. I Messrs John W. Colsol1'l ;lucreVi1.. a'jolly panty of eight I Lost and Found t Supplies
:Mr. Daniel Hui >i. who U atienil'.ng: Marcus I'. Cone "'Ne'i.itori': to Thv11 went to Worthir.gton Springs last ---- ---- .--- _.- i, Always on hand. The Lest serVice

the normal at Lake Duller pest the I .<>a Sunday. Wednesday night in auto to the Ma- LOST-Setter pup <> months old, named '' at the lowest prices. Special

j'l'k end with his parent;. Mi.Bernice! Parker has len s-'c-k -oric: lodge, where a .sumptou supperwas Iaud." white and red. Reward'' attention to telegraph orders.

Misses Bessie and Ina nr mn..n. Kf- I for several day, 1 ut we hope that f>e 'rn..1.! after which a very inter- j by Wm. Wainright; Slarke. I .
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- fie and l' I"ilIIl11':< attended I churchat :i I will; soon l-e able to attendcho .''htir.gIOIIje meeting wa held and enjoyed 4.1I.tr'l Registered Embalmer a,1teYsT'ti'sk

: Cypress Grove Sunday. ajair.Mis; :. very much. Thin the party l .

1 Mr.t Jack or. Htir-t attended church Eilyth L. Crosby left ;Sunday;; I were Messrs. X. E. Roberts! E. L. I FOR RENT DeWlffcTjONES I -
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i at Cypress (;rive Sunday. !'or .Miller. whrehe will t t.i.'a,.: xl Greene, Chailii' nvh'lt" J. P.. Chap i -- -- ,I S'-ic'sr to G. C. Livingston & Co : 'tiJJd4yAria1J>-+:
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I Mrs Ollie \Mouglass! ?peiit Saturday 1 t-v-.chirijr tlPrslti.I tain. PeWitt T. McGill; Max Wilson, FOR RENT My '- 9is
with Ivr fath.M-. :Mr. 11. ,\. P.rannen.Mr. I'c ; a'd collage on Kinsley' Starke, Fla. .
Mollic: PEEK
I > Rii Hirere- Turn Chastain! and Elzie! Lo-idholt/! | lake; two stories thoroughly furnish ... I COM :R L. .
I'' Charl.'y! Doug! ># attended the t d to M.IVJO Monday morning. Mr. and :Mrs. R. F. Rivers and Mrs. ] od and --- J y
telephone for -- ----
: picnic at I:it.r Butler Saturday.Mr. 1d Ir. T.: I'. Ward ha;* moved into his Sarah Douglas made a flying trip to |! eason. Mrs. Paul; E. Canova.rent for the Whenever You Need a Oeneral Tonic I| Florida Reel Estate, Land and :

i Arthur Branren atteiuK-d the !.''\.- I'l"Hlt'IIl'I'hll'h U located on aVery Dukes Sunday on a short visit to their !i 1-14-rjt. Take Grove's

i I picnic at; Lake Duller Satuiday.HAMPTON.; beautiful hii1id11.1 faoinir Lovers erv'd-'res.: '- The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless I : Tinker Expert. :

... .. .. I Lane.The The subject of Rev. Coleman's sermon J chill Tonic is equally valuable as a 83 years Experience at Starke. ;
; ; !' ; ; ; !' ; $100 : .
I r\i-'. which were conducted! at Lake Butler Christian church Reward, $100 I General Tonic because it contains the
oi There j I Saturday and Sunday by r.l'G.. next Sunday morning. "Will the ;leased The r.to.. irs of U.ii paper aril M well known tonic properties of QUININ E .. .-w AtxW.. w-w+>>+t
,; that theN 1i at least one and IRON. It .. -"
i R. Lairamoro, was well allended. Body be Resurrected" Everybody dr'ad.d Oi. taso that science has b..t I1 acts on the Liver, Drives -----. -
!J '!' t i! The Drug Store, which Dr. Russell welcome. ably to cure in all its staff s. and that is out :Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Registration Books Will Close '
: '!' f' !> !' !' !' ,.' is having erected catarrh. Hall's: Catarrh Cure is the only Builds up the Whole System. SO cents
is under
i i rapid progIll' positive cure now known to the medical May First. .:: Register.
Mrs. W. G. Seals and little on. W. [ '''' ar.d will soon be ready for occu- iratcrnity. Catarrh beimt a constitutional -
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dIsease NNINNNINN ---- --
I Baptist Church Xotes. requires a constitutional treat- .1
:\11' Lillian
I G. Jr., are visiting pying. I ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally : To Drive Out Malaria
roll at Brinson, Ga. I I Servicewill be conducted at the The following is the program to be : acting directly upon the blood For prompt returns and And! Build Up The System
; left Monday for Jacksonville Free presented by the Baptist and mucous surfaces rf the system thereby : satisfaction ship FRUIT PROf GROVE'S
I Mrs. Mulladv j I Will Babtist church Saturday j I SundayMhool destroying the foundation of the dig- Take the OlA Standard
to be near Rev. Mullady, who and: Sunday and also in connectionwith at the Baptist church Sunday I'' CW. and giving tl.e patient: strength by DUCE CHICKENS and EGGS TASTELESS TONIC. You kn "

: has just under ('Il( surgical operation I this a very interesting program evening, April 33: : at 7:30. 1 building nature: : ia up doing the its constitution work. The and proprietors assisting) toAtlantic I what yon are t tAking as the fortnala} o

at St. Lukes hospital. The latest II I has been: preparad and will be render In'ocationr.eColeman.. have: FO mu h faith In Its curative powers : Produce Co..Fackaonvile | printed on ev4y label, showing It "
I that they oTer! One Hundred Dollar Quinine ant lfm in a tasteless forffl
nice- X
reports are that he is improving ed. Responsive reading by school, "The fir any case that It fall to cure.. Semi :: Florida I The Quinine arives out malaria, the

h'i The Brooker citizens met Saturday Resurrection Foretold." for.Adl list'19 Pf F. J.testimonials.CHENEY A CO., Toledo, Ohio. :........................: Jr(1t"%:hh. u.Le: -v"tern. 50 cen!"

i }. M. Bartlett, of Plant City, was a afternoon: and apj'oir.ted M. P. Math Easter Acrostic-Six little girls and Take Sold by Hll'all Druggists Family Pllla, Toe.for i' ----
constlpatloo. Read
r the Telegraph- $1.50 a. year Read the Tleerap$1.50. a year. .


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