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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 28, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME 38. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1916. NUMBER 43. 'I. A

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CAPITAL; NAVAL BATTLE FOUGHT :,[ "Cupid at College"j jI II I NECESSARY TO MODERN\ ARF ARE :


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Three Act Musical Comedy
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Eleven Killed and a Portion of | -- --- -- -- \ '..i" Will Be Given by the U. D. C. II I --- -- Neutral Shipping Had to Suffer .

City in Hands of the I II DEMOCRATS OF HOUSE :.. HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM fi WITNESS DECLARES FAY New Methods as New -

Rebels. '!I UNABLE TO AGREE ON SAID GERMANY WOULD Evasion Was Shown.
i FRIDAY APRIL 28th. i
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l PHILIPPINE MEASURE PAY $500,000 A VESSEL" -,-

LITTLE DAMAGE DONE VESI I i CAST t tt NEUTRAL TRADE:\ GROWN

WASlII GTO\. April 2t ,-House NEW; YORK, April 2().-The German -
SELS IN NAVAL BATTLE Joyce Dynecourt _Anna Canova i ENORMOUSLY SINCE WAR
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Democrats in caucus tonight were unable government was prepared to pay
to agree upon the Philippine independence + Phyllis Seersucker __ ________ __ _' _- .u_._ __ ___May Fripp $:)00,000 each for the destruction of -

Activitj Artillery Marks All Battle bill, nctw ithstanding a let- : Nan Seersucker u- -_____--________ __- -_ _________Aileen Alvarez I, I ships loaded with war supplies for the British Note Points<< Out That Growth !

Fronts-Verdun Rattle Continue ter from President Wilson unequivocally t Daisy Spellbinder __ ____--_________________----___Florence Canova tt entente allies, Lieut. Robert Fay of of Trade ShowThat it Went to

endorsing: the measure as it passed Barbara Allcash -- ----________________________ ___ _:Mabel Colley + i the Germany, on trial in the United

Hostile Airships Raided Counties of the senate. After several hours'speechmaking + Maude: Organdie ____ _________________________________Neva Turner $ States court for complicity, was quoted Gt'rmany-Goodi Shipped to Coon-

E&sex: and Kent; Little Damage the caucus adjourneduntil 1 Anthracite -_____________________________--Ella May Long j today as having informed Carl L, I I tries AdjoiningCentral Empire .

Soldiers Quell Riots in Ireland. tomorrow night at the suggestionof + Moll Primrose __--__-___________-_______ -- ___- ---Hazel Brown t Whittig, a witness" for the prosecution."I ''I Found Their Wivj- There.WASHINGTON.'April i
Speaker Clark, who advised his colleagues I asked him, testified Whittig, a'
+ Suzanne Cadet __________________________________Kathleen Alvarez + I "
to take further time to think chemical engineer; "if he knew what ?

UATON: .\pn'! "I<; Hostile auhins over the matter. i Psyche Persimmons _______________________________Edith Warren : $;)()(),OOO was, and he replied that money : ) 20-The latest l'

: ; ri'i--Ml th foiTittei? of !'-se\ and Such vigorous opposition to the bill Tulu Witherspoon __________________________________Cleo Mitchell + was no object in this thing." British note, i:j answer to American -

Kent Tuesday night, according to an developed in the caucus that even some : Melmdu DeCourcey _____----___________________Vivarette Floyd Whittig: who declared his sympathies protests agaiist allied interference .\

official statemnt. of its suporters admitted afterward + Nora McCarthy u___ ____--_--_________________Florence Matthews : in the war were with France, with neutral trade, made public :

"Number of raiders is uncertain," that its fate was doubtful.In t Madamoiselle Jeanne _._ ____________--____:Mrs. E. Markley Johns! + told of informing French embassyof today at the State Department, con-

the communication adds, "but they did his letter, handed to Representative + Lord Blazonberrie ___ _____-________________________Rodney Turner his conversations with Fay. The tends that practice complained of are I

not exceed four. The raiders were met Jones, chairman of the house insular x Geoffrey Dynecourt ______--___________________- -__Raymond Spier :J embassy in turn notified the New York judiciously sound Stnd valid, and that .

by a brisk anti-aircnaft pun fire and I affairs committee, the presidentsaid Dick Majendie -___________-_________--_____-_____Drajton Colley :J police.On the relief which nejitrals seek is ruth-t. ,
retreated after achieving little I briefly that to clear up any doubtas trial with Fay are his brother- er to Ix obtained \y\; the of ;
or mitigation
nothing." to whether he favored the bill as it i Jack Ryder ________________--_-_____---_--_-____ _Allan Canova + in-laws, Walter Scholz and Paul Dache I I necessary hardship) than by "abrupt

) LONDON, April :25.-A revolutionary passed the senate with the Clark Chauncey Chetwyn ___ ___-_____________- -____ ________Orville Mitt i Whittig said he told Fay and Scholz changes either in the theory of appli-

outbreak in Ireland, in which brit- amendment for independence within + Reginald Delaware Venezuela Van Astorbilt ___ ____ ___Jim Kickliter that in placing bombs on ships with cation of a policy 'based upon princi- It

ish troops and volunteers sustained four years, he wished to state that he Robinson --_ ______ ____- ________-____________________Harold Wall which they were unfamiliar they were ples of international llaw, carefully ad- .:

relatively heavy casualties and a raid unqualifiedly endorsed it and hoped it The Camera ,____ ________--___--__The :Most Taking: Character i "placing innocent people in jeopardy." justed to the alter d conditions of the '
by a German battle cruiser squadronon would pass without amendment and i + "Scholz declared," added the witness modern warfare."

the east coast of England, in whcih without a dissenting vote : "that they knew what they were doing I It discloses tn i impartial f and influential ij

the raiders escaped, having bombarded Representative Jones made a long SYNOPSISAct that Max Breitung was telling 1 commission "has: been appointed I

Lowestoft, are the outstanding fea- speech and presented a resolution to t 1. Crandon Hall, The Runaway. them on which ships ammunition was i to find ways to minimize delays and J

tures of the war. bind the house Democrats to vote for ; Act II. Geoffrey's Studio, Another Plate Smashed. tAct being placed. I I pledges the Allied to make the restraints ? 1

So far as has been made public, the the senate bill without amendment. |*| III. College Campus, Russian Tea. Breitung also is under indictment. I on trade as little burdensome \
revolution in Ireland has not extended Representative Conroy, of New + MUSICPianist i Whittig's disclosures, it was said, to neutrals as possible"The \

beyond Dublin, where members of York submitted as a substitute a reso- came just in time to put the policeon note, in hi'h the French government -
"that he taken __ .mm. mnn. n.m -.m--m){". J. F. Canova t the at the
lution action track moment
the Sinn-Fein Society on Monday cap- declaring no a supplyof concurs, reiterates the mili- (
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t tured the postoffice and other points on this or any other bill effectingthe :f; ACT i. trinitrotoluol, one of the most pow- tary necessity of regulating commerce \

in Dublin and in fighting which ensued Philippine Islands looking to the I've been for like i erful explosives, had been delivered to to neutrals contiguous to Germany and
establishment of the independence of longing a girl you the headquarters of the alleged plot- '
: with the troops and Loyalists, killedat justifies the effectiveness of the block- ,
least eleven of the city's defenders the same and withdrawal of the authority + Snap your fingers with me. + ters in Hoboken. Even then it was ade which was challenged by the recent -

and wounded nearly a score of others. I, of the United States there- I can't do the sum. i asserted the scheme to attach bombsto American note. More diplomatic \ !

Moat the losses of the revolutionistswere I from until a full, fair and complete : Put me amongst the boys. the rudder of American ships might correspondence the issue is expected J, ,

+ has not been stated. The Brit- opportunity l he given for hearing to have worked successfully had not Fay to follow. A unanimity of sentiment f .

'--., ish government asserts that the sit- all parties interested in the islands + ACT II. + insisted upon testing the new explosives among the world's neutrals for lei

uation in Dublin now is well in hand. and whose interests are to be affectedby t Os-Ka-Loo-Sa-Loo- + I -in which he had little faith. It I the protection of neutrals' rights is .

Augustine Birrell Chief Secretaryfor the proposed legislation." These i I'm to marry a nobleman :t : was on Sunday, October :2-1, 1915: it r 'ected in the British note which re"i '

Ireland, made the announcementin I resolutions will be the basis of tomor- + Would you like to know I like you ? : was alleged, just as a quantity of thisT. I, to the sentiment in terms not of I

the House of Commons this morn- row night's caucus.Representative t: Song, "Ju-t a Little Bit of Heaven"___. __----___ ___Mr. Leo Canova N. T., as it is called, was about to it.. ts of trade alor t'. r i iI
ing of the grave disturbances which I Garrett of Tennessee be tested in the hills back of Weehawken -- i I

broke out in Dublin yesterday. lie t[ moved! to table the Conroy resolution ACT III. = I :;. J., that the arrests were made. MF.MORHL EXERCISES WEDNESDAY. -

added that troophad: l been sent to the hut withdrew his motion when there t Take jour girl! to the ball game.Rah I I .. ..
Irish capital.Mr. II were protests of "gag": rule + Rah! Rah! +! HEATH OF LITTLE GIRL. I II II -
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." Rirrell made his announcementin I + Wouldn't you like to have me for a sweetheart ? + I I
I KMI'KROU DECOR.XTFU U-B(1.tT At th.> high scli"ol auditorium Wednesday -
reply to a question by CommonerCraig : \1T\1.N THAT SANK THE :t I don't want just any little girl. t On Saturday, April :22.: Mi. and Mis.R afternoon at two-thijty, the 1-
immediately after the assembling C. Cone, of Starke, lost their little -
Sl'SSFA. I United Daughters of the Confederacy_
of the House. lie said that the
I !Ii daughter: Louise, after a short illness -
exercises ,
pot-toffice had been forcibly taken possession i f Boor- open 7..;0. Performance S p. m. + j of about or.eH'rk of !stomach'; held appropriate memorial i
after which they >ie-coratod the ':
of and that telegraphic communication II PAKIS: April '!Infoimatn.n was | trouble. gravesof
the ('onfed -r.'e Mac j-t Crosby
had Leon cut. received: front reliable sounds oday t++++++++++++++++++++++++; ++++++++++++HI .+II+++++d The remains were taken to the Dyal i
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:Soldiers Arrive and Make Arrests that Emperor William hadecorated : (cemetery the :;rd ins-t. and huril'lll I cemetery. 1 "
The and:tonun: tag'ea,; beautifully ,
In the course of the: day, however, the commander of the suhmal inn that Little Louise has a great host e-f rel-1 i -
Mr. Birrell said soldiers arrived from i isaid to have torptd'X'd! the Sussex.It :i I 1 .:ti\'r- and loved ones in and around :: decorated with flags, palmettoes
the the AMERICAN BOATS HELD UP AT SEA and a profusion *f cut flowers whichI ,
Curragh and situation was understood i Washington! has I''n' Starke: and 1 Raiford, who mourn her I I
i afterward Uken to the cemetery.The .
were
well in hand, although as communication informed of this dtvflopmont.The \1' ss, and the paurts have the sympathy '
still was exceedingly difficult hewa" award of a decoration\ to this I of all who know them and while following r'ogram'. was:; carriedout
not able to give further paiticulars. '. believed here muMmaJ..f' BYANUNKNOWN BRITISH CRUISER :
eomnvinder. it is \ i it is our loss of a little jewel, its
I'ra't'r-P.l'\ I/ W. Kicklitcr.
it difficult and perhi'pwposi- Heaven's
gain. t
1 Rut the House lie continued, might 1 bb' for Germany; to punish him, in tao i We must bow' in submission to the Chorus, "DixieBy: .school.Duft .

take it from him that the situation was such a demand wa: made I by the .\merI'an I will of the Omnipotent One who cie.t.'d -Missi-s White" and Peek.
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well in hand. ,, .AUSTRALIAN CRUISER FIRES I t'Hling"Th"-. Phantom lint"Miss -
"('n'm"nt. :. us for Higloij.'. .
1 The Chief Secretary for Inland Tie !1:'n,.- "f the ,'omnnndei)r and i I SHOT ACROSS THE BOWS: HOME FOR DISCHARGED I I'ripp.

-tatrd there had been aiie-st- 1-1 Dublin the! number ot the submarine which i j iI 1I i PRISONERS IN FLORIDA I :inter, thou ar: gone to lest; Solo, ".\rni" !iJiun,'" Iiss Louise
t but that he could! pot give the according to the recent semi-official Thy toil and tares are o'er; Bessent.Historical': .
I I British; ('ruisiT 1'oice'sou'liern Paihc Inc sorrow pain and suffering now
'ames.
of thn
statement are in possession! i p'ip'j. "Memorial Sketchof
1.00H trt1III'h<1 h\. \I'ar-hips government. : t' Steamer Chalmette to Home: Is Being Opened Near Shall! n'ver distress; thee more. J. J. 1I1dIf0l1: *-. lr5. J. :M. Alvarez. 'I'

1- The German; battle cruiser squadron ---. :Mop for Examination. Palatka Wnere released! Prisoners I I I Piano solo "\' nations of Hixie"I -
made an attack on Loue toft today HE ET'I' Ol'T OF I: \('1i. ,, :Sister thou art gone to rest;
Miss Whit
i ?pomng tine OP the coast and! killing Will:! Be Received i ilijuwt \rd this shall (be our prayer, I f
I Some Ind.l- nt* in Ditkison's
campaign -
two men and one woman ard! ihild. II That whenve eae'h our journey's end
a (;. M. Bennett: of Theresa! wiitesUs I HA\ ANA. April :LnTrl' Soutlu: I, in Floriia*-1(.. W. Kickliter.
British: light cuiiertorpedo boat de- Thy glory we ball harr.
that he has decided! to drop out Pacific ste.inier ("nalmettewhich arrived :1 L. A Odom, vanguard and "
: -tro.vers and aircraft chaser) the Germans ; Chorus, "Su"':'tiee l i\(>r.
hero today from New Orleansupoitcd the !
Volunteers
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lateecrttary of
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of the rare for commissioner! for distiict I Funeral services; were conducted by -
I who put hark hastily toward [ No. ."), as business. interests would : that on Sunday lc() miles I America, which i is commanded I.y (;Jen. the undersigned.. Following i- ?; list of graves deco- ,
Germany. Two British ('rui-t.\s and a tat n,I : E. i.. nffoid l, Capt. J. C. ,A
| m ak" it inconvenient for him to attendto I out. she \\stopped! b\ the Australian I lUlhngtcn: : and Maud !:tooth, son and W. L. OVERSTREET: : I
destroyer were hit I.y German; shells Richaid: John PoVlI. Dr. J. M. Jones,
: his duties of the! district and county cruiser, Sydney, v\huh liieil ahllt .1.I htt'\-in-aw! of the late Gen Wil- Raiford, Ha. :
hut none were sunk. Whether the Germans ; I[ if elected! and his card has boon : across her bows. An ofluer tame on I liam Booth, founder of the !Salvation I ---- I Mr. Sjdooten, Judge! Tumhlin, Thos.

suffered! any damage irot taker out of our anrouncenurt column bo.rd and examined papers and Pas- .\1'111)i" a visitor to this city in the !I II ."t'eary livelihood and living wages.Adjutant : Hemingway, Hr. vV. M. Hollm-'sworth, ,
known. -. II sepgerand permitted the Chalmettetopioeeed. i,,I interest of a cause which has for its i ipurpose i dom states that regular I Capt. Martin W. H Rivers, LOl'it- I

The German battle miici.appiar- Mr. Bennett: who i, a popular man ]!I the reforn and uplift of the ; visits are being made to the various ko\.-kl, MrillpJins, II. A. Baisdrn.
t'tl olF Lovustoft arly tod.u.( )Local N. C. E. J. Wainnght, D.
has received! much encouragement in 'I Two other steamers:, one annuri- i entire, prison population of Florida. I tIt f:.rm", turpentine camps and institutions Wainright
naval forces t'n agt'tI'tlw ra'itI'rs mimidiatcly II' i W. \dims ,John -Antlr'u Jas. Spark-
,
i il ,
hicardiilacj.! He thanks his friends can and the other a British freighter, .' will h remembered!, however, where our State prisoners use
ail the G;<-rnun vv.ii.hip.retreated .- for the thceriiig woul- given him in I -tated upon rrathuitr mobile} that they I II I ti.it l Mr--. Ma-id: Jallin: lon Uooth is Iretngoized | ( niploved, where religious services are : man. II. ,\danj.'r.; A. :\1. Powell Dr.
In twentyminut The German ; Tate Powellln\ ., Thos. E.: Bugg
,
Kid been bv unidentified ,
I
stopped an th '
his campaign;: There areMl; four I as world'greatest j conducted and reading matter ilhtriuteil : -
warships opened the on the I'oa.thdorE' i Kirsch AdamG.. \\ ;McKinney, J. M.
Iriti.h: :
good men ns candidates!: for the office cruiser-- prison worker and reformer, and the j !. ( at rt-gulir intervals among an
ntnatingBritish Messrs.; A. B. Su'rency" J. E. Adkin: I ----- : \eiy fact that this -tute-widc cami i i .:rn'V of some 1 l.fiort; or 1,f..On n-en, amt 1 i J:1'own't': ) I-ani (',me! Win. Ti-on, Belt
l Bombard Teutons in Belgium :- Reynolds and H. D. Mav. UC\\ ,\RD OFFERED: :! nm"I'J: ;RO ; pai rn is u1t1"r her leadership and 'I ;'. is very irnitifving to know that i wan, (;eo. W. Bden: D. L. Alvarez
An attack on German positions on M\N. I supervision! i- sufficient guaranteethat much good i iboii'g: accompli-hed in I J. 11. Alvarez, Hijl: 1 (Crew, Joseph Dil-
the lielgun coast by British warships I i HilC; Jno. lI:1rfy, PhireasBarnserl.
I laberryS'nn.
L\KE uriLr.u NO1'hS.: I it will prow a blessing to Flot tinway..
is reported in an exchange telegraph illa's II : F, Fd: +' irds and! Wm. Ed
prisoners and l fulfill that
LIVE: a reed I The majority of us think that men I
dispatch from Am.stenlam. OAK April LV; -In order to I wards. ;'
Rev. W. H, Ccliman peseemingly !been overlooked heie- : .".
a-d! wife ,, : '
The bombardment i i"I'l'il'I,1\ spent effect the capture of Lige Gainey.; a 'i prison are bard hearted criminal! ,
aTC I tl.c
few ..Iain Aral! last week. 'o-fore. : Daughters 1'onfed'raeyJaiVhedcr ;
a | ,it the liter of this article! who hi
of the with; the of
heavie-t in this region during I rcirro, charged burning a
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the war. Mr. llukrt I 'nnt'tt'a..- a j'el-' 'gate cotton gin, grist: mill and tenant houseat The work to he done! in this State; I I I 1 sited hundreds of pnonand has \ Chap er, Mrs. J. L. Ga-kin"; ,

Thedi-patch the following from the local -Ot' (-ty, rf which he ipresident I'iremount. south: of Live Oak, orenight will consist of a Farm Home[ which i is 'i i -:wLed; the hve. of tho "allll.- of then Mrs. Omie AJkiii-s{ Perry :Mrs. Louis
\ :--
lorida :McAfee. Kir-
i tkonki Miss (
to the annual !; ,
state Christian being opened at little mate, declares that
sage 1m been received in .\m.l.'nlam last week Sheriff Lyle i- offering Brooklyn a i : not many men
Wain-
Mrs. Jack
from Flushing: Ei'dt: i':i- convention held in I 111'-1 a reward l >f S'J": :; for his capture. town rear Palatka. on the G. S. & F. |I are criminals at heart butiirply by Smith Chap'i-r.

"Several British wai.hipaccom- Landpril -'(0Others;: from The house, which was burned, was occupied railroad, where released prisoners will i ilo I victims; of circ1rm-tances. The majority right. "

panied by destroyers and other 'esst.lt ford t'untwho were delegate- from by a ('olo!'('.} woman, who say- received and assisted I with food, I i if not all men in prison, hate wjerals! : II'1'aers plac-eil I on tin
today bombarded Zeebiugge and the their: re-pective sccietieweie :Mr. A. : that Gimeyet; tire to the gM and :o'.!aging( medical treatment and work ': 1 mine whether it be comnMtted by us "i :ivf=) D t'. '"h:;. ", Lev! ('..Hull, Dr.Vincen .

German Jones, Miss I D >ra Johnontnd Miss then j"til permanent position.can:: bee- against them or by them against us *.
batteries off F 'r-t., Hlankt'n- : :i grist mill and came to the house. I I
berghe and Knocke. The bombardment Helen Na-inght, of Raifoid; anti Miss poured kerosene on the bed and set it Ui-rd for each individual according) to {i and because they loiimitted ?me of- If any giave.l l are !It-en ove-rl' okf, Ruth Coflin, the state secretary, and : his ability.When i I tense against the laws of our land the CtmtterjVJunittee ( Mrs. J. IL
fire
was one of the heaviest since the l 11t'- I, on calling to her to get out. a:: :
Mr Geo.V.. Coffin, district president nd at -orw time or other Wilson, t thainiian will appreciate in-
snnning of the war and also of the the house was burning down. a mall comefiom prison his j i country
longest duration. both of John town, I The negro, who is said to be a bad friends of the past, in mot cases j I floes not signify that they prefer leading foinuttion.ON.

"The damage done at Zeebiugge issaui I Those! who aUerded Grand Chapter character, i is described! as follows: remain of the past and his friends of j a wrong life. Many( of thee men -' s

to have been enormous. The harbor -i' Order Eastern Star in Jacksonville last Black, 5 feet t> inches tall; weight : the future are such as. his life shall I are weak, so to speak, and while! under CAMPAIGN; TOn ,;
and docks were hit several times :' week, were Mrs. Dallas Epperson, Mrs lb3: : pounds; right arm off above wrist I entitle him to. the influence of th wrong delusion, -L- (

and some ships were sunk. ; Christine Town..end.Ir: ::. Salomie and wears Georgia knit sock on nub; The purpose of this home is to help committed that which they ordinarily After spendingjfveral days at home
:
Maines Misses I>
Edwards and .
ene I
"British aerial fleets also threw Marshall: Proctor. Mrs Maines defect in right eye. When last seen each n,' rally, spiritually and mentally, woud! not desire to do. 1 on account of th* illness of his wife,
bombs." was had on black vest and undershirt, no which and throwing Any one feeling disposed to assist left >
appointed Grand Electa I can will be done by i Captain i S. A. Br;an Monday on
to
Germans Repulsed Lake Butler represent top shirt, dark bluish pants. the proper environments around this cause could do so by contributingcash I'a campaign; tour iof South Florida in a
chapter at I
Grand
Except in Lorraine there has beenan which will meet Miami Chapter him !n connection with the farm I food, clothing, farm tools, building [ the interest of hi* candidcay for Rail. :-t.

absence of infantry firing) on the in nextyear. Edwin Freeman, Bob SmaHey, John !'home an employment agl'nc"ill bo I material and, in fart, any thing :road Commisnoivr. Captain Bryan
western front. The big guns; however, I conducted. The farmers, truck-gro- that could be utilized in work of this I is touring the state by automobile and

nave continued their rain of shells at Frt ,\h which! HVS rep'.used. Some of Coleman and Mr. Hamilton, who were 1 ers, public works and various enterprises I kind is covering the prtund I thoroughly. He .

various fronts. At La Chapellotte in the Germans gained a footing in the guests at Dr. Freeman's home for the will he kept in touch with, thus Address, Adjutant L. A. Odom, officer states that he is Jnuch encouraged by J

Lorraine the Germans launched a French salient, but later were driven week end, returned to the university I enabling the organization to properly I I II in charge P. 0. Box 421, Palatka, the reception gijen his candidacy .E: .

heavy infantry attack against the out with heavy losses. Sunday. I place each man where he can earn a I Fla.-I-akeland Telegram. wherever he has !Iven.






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I. jscta and h.a3: ; tic-! ::..:a cenesthe 8. .:' >, ,.; .. ,:: .t1, for the r. D. C. :h:; eer. X-t. -; ._ .. 'A'ju'd bf ..,..!! 'f} '. :
gf-r.eriil line of water supply: .: i : .
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> Apr! the5th, -t the Rich Sfbar'.cr.ur. + \r i it f ," :
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a mw' ;y whi'h! i ithe: r1"bt.':,". :.- ,,' The ; : "
r : : r.or.-y rca"zcd: the ;
I w'h*-rye do we ?e: our; wateri ';. ... ry /: -h: t-.n > '".r -
J U. I. c. will l te used ht'. /: ;
to ? p-iy arr : ; ;, t. ..
Co'.d.u'jns!; Fionca -. .' -. -, : t learn h.
j.n are ; -: -?.. d : < t : :
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t. =;; : the : -
ui S'.li.ers: Hol'I > gIst : ;
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dtferert from thce.i oth--- :' .- J : .i ,
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: Ge.Tte
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t i6'r the reason;;; that our; eolo! ?!"E: '. f.r- & P' R"NA '
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p'ay :- udthe rr.ar..?: -r-. :'
n:!. fn ::; derert: ar.d the: waxy -' ......, I- rEEr: )' rOT \T/t;
'" cf Mr-: Helen: Wh! ::*. of New''r< "-awh -

ply of ar.} section i is a Cary :: r.r -- -..- ,=-t&&Z ,' \ ha* produced: the: play: sjc. "- l. : -' ., \' ti. ir.u.MI! i '-., : ?f I No. i RuePrtottt Ira IrapdJ"
cf the that .-.. ,..
part coIo7jof p. r r l.rJ, ,,;.d
f ,: !ly :in marcf: : the Florida t..wT.. : .. HUM. Tn.
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rceion.Conditions. J.t.7 : -. a::} .. C' uM tel!: \ Jh"'v .. \
P, ; -# }" ; ..jt.frG .. j: IIIr Pr.. :eed .
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i: ? wh the v.sit: M" i.n- F-J ; .fT... ,
t! ;;; a"fSo:> totally:: d.Ji .?<," .'. .' -- 1- .. ; ," riil, -.1 catarrh. w ... I :'.r.h faruunaS ]i '..:
r- is' :r' -. .-.- :*'\> th:> country I'in .-. .- > ,* '
_er-.t part.of: f'J.. .da tha: : 3a '-.'' ., ? : THE PERUNA CO. Columbu., Ohio IIrd tree .uaJ: au.h
\ 1 w.fv
a : wh: enough -
"" l: money : ray c. ;< '
.. volume woj'.d! h ". .
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r -.a-: .: '.-.cidertally!: !O WO: a '> >Iii: ::-:-.: i Oar.'n.. : r. : : : z
the subject for the; er.t.re 5-4:. a : .... .. : .. .: __ _.
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,- in the! an-.sl! allotted: .. A -r Can<: society. At a" art -! ,; ;-.- ? 1.: 1 ... .. .._ .
t : space !-' . ,. ft ;r..r ...
AMOS he meets a ,f ,' I ,1 at. :
{ sir.e: issue; we car. only! toun a I -: party ( a.-sre : .' ,..... \ I .! : I" ., Rr". .,....... I'
} I l sl'lgat.! of the ;s;; :bj ct i ir r -' < 1.1":0 afore him anti!* r.a:"r.a! b\\ .' >- h.. l rr
AN EXPERIENCED MAN J FOR 1 :' r h.-: : "k. hut the! heires;;; f.. oh ,-- 'f/I : ; .. .. .. .
: s4etioa. ; : --lor. c .r.d
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Tr.tre ". .!'{'' .i.,,:.': .: : STATE COMPTROLLER J i : 1 h.wife:: : refers an ArfC3E' : :- E.OF P.MARION TIi.1G.1RD cot'NTV .': ;- ;,. .L.:r' oJ t, .: .' a .a ....1 .ar. :--- : }! -. 4i
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:., ''! c.: :lerrr.h h.p r.r.cs or. I ..-, .....-., '
ForTATE : ; : :
watr .l--. !; .. : fand'date oJ: : Yo.- : :10 PlaIl6-Lu1nf. :
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1' i : kiL vli'iioi: FUR ". .- .
t > uEAlL'i. : '\.1: ; :_.-. h.-- .-.\- > lo.MPTRULI.ERIn
is chief .t'.n ff.nlY,
the
it of surfaceupp.y and tPe .
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,'.ni'I y. \ K oTHE WORK OFCOMPTROLLER'S :y dayon, approval.Miss !. the Nfit IWmucratic Pnm r>. "-- 1I 'i.Famoti
I which}: f t.h..E.c.a..IO....e_; for thr lour Support Will Be Apprrcuted. -- - John Barr
; OFFICE THOROfGHLY Anna Csr.ova: his the part of :'i..j Aittr_tmrrtDF..1TH .,
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i cpu dig: well.!! and acumatic :rration 0\ ... r _.
'. ;,. 1' and the upper waterve: tr.a i : ; FROMCTl'L EXPEl :he rirrleader! cf the! C'ejr!! girls': fur.t ,-- - - ; .;.., ..r. ;. .__ 'j. .f'

p'.... I. farshhe :: an ir.exhaus.ble; : .irp.y:: fr IKNCE.:: I "ILLI'I'IECI.TE:; &: i Mis: : Miy: Fnpp; .- a rloe: =eord.A OF MRS. >YIBOTEN) I; JAXBISCUIT- I ', i.4'r: f....: art ;t'

1nCf R VOTE. :!>t'!. Aivar-: ith* la"cy! : freeha : v.r s.,-'-tr
I our: d"'ep wells, to wr.ch the ..rfa.sircly .--
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I : ; : --r.d:: -. MEl'.a; :: Lor : .- --'iront '- !- -.
takes therart
} has ony! !lirr.izri cor.."- ,.:;:oP' .- -. May ?: M-. Satiila: :Sydboten: d.cd Sundayu ,
---- of Millie! !: Ar.thra"t:: *>. whb:! : s : I
I ttat we wish to speak :MENGKRIE: ; : ( I IN t'E11'E"fEi t d :h" remu-s: were forwarded to t
Fl: ',- ? "a-ova the ". .
FI Thisurface water supply, while PLACE nc -: .p.Fier.dr.irz" Starr.e Monday for ir.terrrxnt in Troa- KeilL''fJLeccoanourrA: : ; I .: i : -'.
I : cirl.: The Irish maid will te .
r.- -rly the ;are throurho.t. : : th. Country : i y cerr.etary. r bg. Chili'e.j fire t'lrm and "i. _:,..:'
MiFITTC: : )! std
I at r.e"and Mr .
co'for"-. :o a <*rti!". ef.<-r.t toth" = The d 'cfastd. whr-;;e ir.a: '. *'. :ran.evas ... others tf 1 122 klds.Cfh
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C : Joh.-s the! French c. or: : .
1.-a.i; B. F. R-.jtrt- n-J as cha.wrTr.e: r'n. -7
: QatovEiii
: contouof th.fjrourd, or rather ; Ms Satilla: Packston, was born '
.". '*'Ve-t epee at -'ollepe: w.l: to* I'rayton' j \ 'foij-.ijcb;; !; ttEr for
"old
wee: potato: patch ::
the ;sub-stratum;; of clay and waterbarir :i Georpa r-? years ago. While still
1">'::> and ; !;? f's: t! 2n canfectiorts.l3 .
sated, and tr.trfoffjrt.ii"r= n.amrr.y' procin'ous: size so brre :y. Raynord cpa r w'.1!! take \'en''or;: she moved with her per- I } g ,

I! s'.it-htly: l ir. dirfert't: .1 locality.-. l: 1r+d, that i he would; not tell! c.bout the p..r: of JP..rey ah. f5"d.it; : i verypf fOrt to f!. White! Florid, and there r a e EA.M4RN SEED C

!it' for fear that he would not he tfle'mod > -:vi to prot;e to a cir':. while: } +: LtE ROAOA.,
:I.most: place.with! thexcepton: : : she! was narred; to Mr. John WesleySydhot ; lb\- iaM) I 6 tiACKS iv ,
!: though his reputation fore R Ertrlish: ( )
0: tlor.r: th.-! -:ream *, the surface wavr n. They moved to Starkethout :: .. <
I. i, well kr.owc. He decided; lord' '.. : / Jy'.o e -so eWrh
will stard I'in a boriorr.ewhere:: rarity to years atro. Ten year ao

{ from :2 to 12 feet blow the ;surface;; .'.t th- p-j'.iui: remair. a..C erow anuther ,' A :pial: f-tt:;re w:!l r.e the Mari1'r she waIrft 1 a wi+=ow. She continued: -- -- -- --- -- +

: and in medium or dry =ea-ons; marks :- a"or., or as: lor.jr as the pare. "P "rote! -. "J::,t a Little: Bit of Heaven. to !hv in Starke in her' residence, corner tttttt + 4tttttt + tl SAVES DOCTOR BIIISJTJ

t the! 'jpper water I fo\'t! :o which it :;: vpartially -Id: hold it. so when cold weather : =LLehy: Mr. Leo Carova. Cherry and Jacksor; streets, until l + f '.

1! cor.rfctPf't! tame he c&nk&d heati-? stable Tire entire cast of character i? when + + WORMS. S/OCTOO. I Fetl
I Lairs" imrc 1- ma1',1, two years a:r0. one moved To
:atly afTt'd by heavy rain: *. howr.i:re around i: ar.d: put; a racon. : box: na'ie! up of home people the rehearsalj Gainesville; : to nah her home u-:h *6N ORAwt! "

I over it to kEep it from teire kille-d j work' show- exceptional: arility! !: ands : FOR SALE :
j leer; and deer ::ct re.ajn a level : her daughter. Mr*. !..fooarrj': -"; .
fe'i. Sth* CGd.lf :ves goo'i }promise for an excellent
a- closely! as the upper waterve! !. The t-'P'bt-d had all! the: virtues: of + + h
J late Er... fhicicens : ::. There wi1e!! a r.1:;her of r
t-een up- "
which! : :
is an-.os! : jr.ifom-y! ef fet ? rr.-sir.e s-umtr :a t'-ue rhristiar. resigned under a.r'.Ktion. .- + +

1 above !- -a 1 I-*.**! .:*ruhc'-t! the -t<..tt (. '- and fer.t to hunt :;p the marodder. ]()-date, catchy cr.or.eand the co,- kind and tlfacrificir! : ?. an4 + 4" acres; on I Lawter and Lake + ,1.

: 1 except where it 1= arf-ct fry the prop His jo? found a trail t h.t'i! !! : i in her: death i j" denlo' 1 by a.!!. She! i. + Butler road, :'i miles west of + '

!my of '.are* sprintit ..... beltal len directly to the tag; potato. H < 'Li'd: by two ;-on ,, -lr.! John Sv.l-: \ + Law-tey. + .

-. i: is lowered in pre"-ur*' fry corres- *., -r.c a hoin! i the tuttr ar.d from it Tickets :20;: and "T> < "r.tPerform- I if :,\ of r'hattar.ijo: ? i. T.rn.a"d Mr.Ai + 25 acres on Lawtey and Highland + / t Prt.TtA wr t .,'
.. .. ace f zir.s: : Eight o'clock. = ,
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for.dir.e: ronditior.-: the formation. : .. rlrjueala and hs.e.Then:: : th:> : i 'r'-. Svdroten* ,..f:1: : p. ar.d r-.c + road, "National! Highway." + I

The source cf both yjrface' and upper di-a! rf-eab'.e! odor of a polecat i is-;:ird .'autltfr!i Mr-. M.: T. Mrr0, ,{. f + One-half mile north of depot. + edrerd Jr
LARCENY CASE.:
water level! i ii;; the rainfall the surface from the hoHis! do? scratched the '' ; j' .ire.-ville, ard thl <-! 'av..j O".f. '+ $)( O cash or terms. +

; supply! b'-ir.e the direct: result of soil away around the potato ar.d Mr. !i hate. the sincerejTnpv! y of th. entire +. 20 acre on Lawtey and Highland 4 I'A

rainfall! >! ef-pir.fj through cracks or Rorrt" broke: it up with a lor.sr pole.! '' I I'an: N'ewkirk; ; a railway laborerbird !i community. : + road, "National Highway." +

;; loPs: in i the clay! to the! waterfr.earir.sra H then found that a rat family, a .jtofo! ". ?? from Odj- ?;m.i ith. cook Tho obsecuiPS; ; ,\1'.' cor d:actd !iy + One mile north of Lawtey. About +

'i.t 'i. ." d which ;skurk family and a family of spread- the' work train, and Odus had him: DOCTOrfNTP4;'
1 l r: : is supported t} a deeper | 1 Rev. W. G. Law, pa: r'l" o the FirstKaptist '+ six acres cleared. $600+ cash ore + PlEtrra'Hot26

stratum:: of clay! that overlays the bPd !i in? adders; had occupied his;;; beloved Rrrc-t-d. Dan wa=: tried t-efor1 Coan1; !: 1 church. The rolowin! w '+ terms + Sast'

f '. I, rock, white the eccnd c'rr.e"Om the ::tfor.! His theory: is that the rat had *v .J.:tjfo: (;arcirer Tuesday' r.. r.ir:2': the pall-rearers: Messrs. P. O. Da-.- + L II. HILL. 4Laptev

first to which it i-i part:'ally:! ror'fctedy :first hollowed]! out a :;Pit there aid 1 H- p1PadEd't pjity! l hut th! testii i i togs Geo. 1.. )Ia-py. J. F. Kicklitpr.] + Florida. + WHAT OTHERS; SAYI

F I' t holes and crak= i!in the! Porter :rest that the polecats, attracted by the n o-y' : for the -tare c.jr.vi'-.ced" th* jury J. r. Pop ,r'1'!!. J. 1.. Pnek and John aiaeivlt:? EL.VCKMAN-S MEDICATTO
f
.. um of clay to the ted rock and thro Jirhpcroui warmth had taken possession and of his cant ar.d the j j4z; y-r.tT.ced 1 Iol[ -for. f' oh e Soril 1 orfenr.ir.s La dt 4ttttttttt itodc SALT rtne bRICK>':e ever and cstd.find It One the unit best

GaCP- in th- r.-ed rock; that ocrasiortlly 'tomjll]! the rats to enlaree! the nest him i it'r : to a fine of #3j; and costs or six H. .'1 rroua-ht hy lovirjr friends.: i + ttt + t + 4 T&S so bad of i..e'Ctruld hardly! go wd itx

1 reach .surface of it, and [ !:-n th.f *r.akf= rr.oH'd in tr keep rr.r,rth- in th'- .-' ..-! sar.ir. Theishtrt-- -- -- -- took err.j large!rn1!u o jr.n it*and rBl.woma eta UwaU

.i; asEeted' tr a !le==*-r deert ar.d in i.a !p'"ae: i.mor.ir the ter.ar.tIt H S:;p- witha! '.{Ol1!.r lafkirjr; Dan had to No. 66<) will cure Chill* and Feter. :f fIt I bad two pyre jalti I t+u tUnUnf oc

slower rna:.r.H by the! char.- ',f l"r:1rJU- to relate! that the tenant ;suffered ; .hoose the latter: alternative. Heinz J U i the mo-t spec-dy remedy we {. nnR General Insurance 1 1, erpn! ? SALT arid I c3nenee4 BI.JCK. and Unc instead of MEWCATED ba f--

season: destruction alone with that teni rood hand with a shovel] as Dan i is ; I I ing to clip then -ej wed o2 aw1p II

.i In this section holes in the clay an f-ment. aid to be, what was the cook's loss THE E\ TEK SERVICE ; I I represent- none but FIRST ; fat It u J II a the butter list taX rWc: remedy ti at I bow

\ f.Hed! with sand or loam and are i knownas 1= the county's gain. CLASS 1 ef. Three cf Ue I *rka mil. : gar a bone M
les and wil! be
i Rub-M-1i-m I The t I compar ;i day! and tie get fit salt M catore' tail
"Fan!: soak! ; aid; right here a -AntNrpti- ) jury in the canfre: J. r. .
f-.r It. three t.f
Th. weather la-t S: ...r.da'Eaot constantly; on tie alert to .B a day: end It aUortrs
I 1 word cf warring I should! be sounded Killpain: !! stopputnfartion.. i i iI. )fanrrst .rorf mar. II. Aj.-ti'-: :. A. L. : pro i kira. p SIT SiOTH.J .
I J. wasery fine and! the religious service mote your; interests. Guara-.tee l>", ": c.: J=M c, i.nx
I The socald!! -urfa'rwf!11 that i iI i- Green F. i Kicklit.Tef! > Tnona I

dig throutrh; thelay. ... tie! -urfac; I. \ 1E: Bn I.EICIIOOI.: ;: .. Jiroh' Johns. ;: were trait att* :ded. There: wererviees courteous treatment to all pa : .. r$.. R Hall
I ;* ; in the Prhvterian.) the napI I trop: A well written policy' b\ : .v -j Broob.
water supply furrihea' c'fntoft !! -
tot; ard that Methodist; 'h trChes.Prv' firt
water, but this water i.- frausrhtwith Tn<. ''Denial! depart"/: .if top school\ M II) niAXKK: : IN: HOrn: FEIlVIfH: : ; 1I I .1 -class atrent in a frtiiiuch t
Dfori"ol" of #
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the t
Pryteri. :, las= ( ;....r .. -d., .. .., .
great dar eTn water reach rr"ig'< i'y i 1.1\; urler| the able 'r..r. .1. '0.;: rtit '" "
had.
:: usual
r ac int'.re-tirz
an ard 1 i
t'3 the uater-bt-arinjr; sand from the t-iora- of Prof.: !Drip', .... Gor.d! worki Tr- cha"".'.. :r nra! routerrvC'! thyme, to which the audie-v: aDnropriate i I na-e f lo-. i y f.'e.i .

i I rai-.fall through ere1.'i''eor "Jadnoaks" i b-ii"r dope are l ";:"htu.r..rt ;aeemtak .- which wa- announced to take piac 1 li and while! ;and i i- .d f.I'e": Starke
.' a eo <> *" an interest in his work. April lt this year, Lut was postp'ned 'church w-a ta'tpfully decorated.In jj I'l l .
for certain thi'-u'- it !
i
: ir.a.it'fj&tf for If a-iy of the rr-rmalito; fail in the to May 1st, has arain Lean yo:-t- the JTar-tin chu-oh Hev.; W. (i. ar
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1 Lif-nnpout! di-"a-" germ;. aft! table! ; ach --- f
'xt irxamiration
> : will
,
it not t'( '!ed.: By the prnposed arrar. emr'r.t J Law preached mnrninst and eve'--cr.i: -

r' ,c.. I 1 or closets located. <>r. a "sard.,.oak"or i'. from a lack of thorough trairi: :' '.rp, carrier: by urine, an automobile, This war: Law'sc! *>rd aptfarancein j(I f
.i t roar a crevice art bound sooner or :in the instructions; piven.List i COFFINSCASKETS
t sato d' trip work f>f two carrier? i i iur the church and tho=* WTO did' rr>thive I i
hat"r to contaminz": the waf" !s'jiii'ly; Saturdiy ftprn( < t.a"ebal l! And full lire
) horP
: :: n a ;
in wrllplacid: B-ar th*-rn. In ca---; of i Jl'rlfoa? played I between the stcr-.nd !'11': of thi' (r>- wath>"- prr.po-ition! of 1 Surdiy before last had mint e Undertakers' I;

typhoid) fever the permmay be ear :,i"f-s of S'arkarid Lake Butler *he SuppliesAlways
on irenf-ra! po-torre: for the ake of row to hn him. and tr'-'1t! awn with
l' rid s" 'eral hu..*- thf' locsl\ diamond with the resul of a curtailing Fxpr-n-Fs. but it efm? that the, conviction that thy had Ii-t-rfoJ ;;; on hard. The i te--t service I:


Raiford might contaminate half a i vide for :=: of attention i to tt : _
l i jobs prop tI'JPi constitu-I'bbrze edifice was ,:r/lndidlv light -raph orders. i

t dozen well? in the -5jrhborhond of th1Da Those that gathered twit::, =? then t-nt, are fighting the po.ma.ter: FT- '-d n"d dei' 'ratF'1 l rnd th:* music, vocal ,,---' -
r df: > .
I : :1Sf: ,: -test werfc rtainlv well r-r.tTtained eral and so far having their way. and instrumental charminsr! r.s "s'lal.Thf' Registered Embalmer j jDeWITT }

i not p-t the idea !b-cau-f- youi and they also had the consolation of Uil. I' .
> step< are ta'\fn liy int retfd ::e who attended the M"thodit! -
I I well contai-T good healthy wat.to- ]L'owirjj thit their ftnte+ had II I GEN.GHMSAID"LET
t' : : won. : jre'e--m t *"! i > make the post of- church' had the r-Ipa"ure cf hearty.'d CLONES
day that it will \\r safe !!
> 1 tomorrow. "STUDENT." | fNAHIiKD '- powerlf -- in the "latter the r seeing th ir ... Suc'sr to G. C. ]
These wells Jr..1I". contarninat : old fr: rd. If': :. (;rr. II I.jvireton & CoStarke
*-
: d at --' ''banire u1tak"; \ place July 1st.! 1 1Mr F. :"cott. who : II blOKE
any time and! b-corr. ogee .,f .';:1: was on a visit her'. :M-f Fla. US IN THIS
L.\ W lKF.! :.\KKKS.: : EH. rv Dtvwho; was; to hate' .:r'I'! i: frn'n Sark'. a'd f FS t ..',! "
,,I jTf-r. The or I ly safe well i is the w-l!!! -r\f'd the : \ -- WORLD. N01! I IN J THE NEXT.
'jte- fmaratir
that is ca'I'd'i6 rr> ? from pa-tor..t n J.awu-v ard! Ft. :M'.fas E Ea
) : iron pirwith .
J r an I! :take pftr May 1tvill probably lute a: the tim l limit: a'Ilntt' ..04.'t ".t.t. i
Ed. iIrnow 444404 .
". : ,,i ', u -r-tieht; joi.it-s. driw'n eel !into the I L'wi.Cijhir.aii 1 a r.fj.-o, who i is wars j 30
r't af-Tit the it'tion: if it is otTe'-ed the .
of the t
I ': ted rock through which water i; draw!i ted in Vi'aye cf':T'tj. (i oriria.. for a j him ajrain. HP will'mmair) i wih thO'telev <. di-t church pastor of Arcadia. Fiat The :Mh- For prompt return* and Smoke: t ti!*. 0d! Reiabe;: l
: t
= atisfaclion .
from the watf r-bei rirtr nx-k. n.eVa- P' Jd"I' committed trr*> !-l.'l'ral'ear;; < rnr.:r. shp FRL'IT. PRO
tar is fill'' > f '", rFt i iLak" : LUPI'T and Supply Co. as was all that could be de-in-d. th: e DUCE, CHlCl:E.'S and EGGS % ; 1
I not only r* d thro'itrh' a date p- !! wa.- <-ati ; Tinier. II their "
}grad l ler that efficient book-keeper.: wu-e excellent nnJ! tin d trJr.t:>>. to "A. P. II. CIGAR
in
er stratum: of :sard! but through the city for some tame: i

rock itself, which '.- a-* a f .-f.-ct : -d Shfri'T Denmark; and his ;:aT of i;, I i profuse. Atlantic Produce Co. *

: filter. In these w+ ll? the watf-r stand'1, deputie! whu had his de'cr-tinpt:: i DIIATII OF Ml!. <. H. THOHl'H i'i There wr rQ t-ervice> in theta (l.-:-. jLtkiomtlle Ffor.daobbeooe4444abebbbos T i
:,, and! Episcopal churchtTr. ( A Pire'!! Havana )
j practically the sumhoijht; : abovea huv kept an! ?yon him. ard at last, i ln > : :

\ lev*'}, i i. 1'. TO( fret this > ur.sruard-d rKtr.r of the tatter Dr. V.Vth-; !e. .aooa _jf.a4
and in : locality ; an moment hp "jravo Mr. ?. H. Thfo.-r"' di-d: I Ir London on j -
e h his A
d ; -
this brings it to within from JJ to 12f' :; hr.,-." away" fd wa:: .>rre=t*>d. The I ;:h<- 17th of Ar/ril. Mr. Thorpe had : aT! oir.tm"ot at Cedar KfA + + + + + ... + + + + + + + +
( j fleet! of + +
'"' of .. ( >., ; Greek -por.crrs! had arr.vr.l; J by theSTARKaCIGAR
thfu'f < A ru"4'.r; < f the:s- i f.r.- jr- jror health f..r sometime and 1 the + L E G A I NOTICESNOTKE

wells in and about Ilaiford prove thtirI' 'li! >v and! t'.ok the prisoner with him to i went back to his ud: h- me. I.o-d m, day before and Dr. Worthing:: had t + + + ti'Ytt t

practicability, th*. supply of watfr Way",, county to stand trial for hi- : i for treatment! by hifamily physician. added to his rrmilar audienc'O'ift:: + ttttt
(Gpo; -k.:. Dr.
I i i is; inpxb'tustihl.'. rinu*. i.I At one tinge :Mr. Thorpe was a resi- scholar i ; V.'orthin;: i is: a Grffk (IF ELICTIOV.ly CO.

The data for tho a'mvc 1 i- dt'rlt'.1from A !r''c, -jnir: t'"e rtnri'tc "a.f .: dent of Stark" a+ d) frifndhere will ar.d could have given the'"n a tIe t4AfP '.(- .I i !n t-. m ly try FVa

t inform:.'i.,n.
f \ifw with :Mr. n. '.. alatthews, the 'rook'svill: ; fur t reskin: ? aid ent4: :' --, < rood it. hut alas, thf laneuage! of t.-n"n h r'a,'i: a: :!''r- !>.c'..'..' -fh* -I.I;n-rtty i brn ,_.(,.j.r ":t'-.. GEO. L. r itfASSEY. Pro?.,

f i l, fnvertor or di-1''ivervr <.f the automatic PI' *"J- t..to" in St'r'!:" for som tirp" - H' truer i jo rot the ?pt-vh of th" lr l "r.-- .\ !, 1 I. ::1)). fl.r.t'.. .-.>! -i .!,.""Co. a '. STARKq. FLORIDA.
.,. f'.iv, Hellene1 and fa: tax dl_-' ict. tt ..
irrigation. Thf dt'i '- taken from "" h-: -scnt't'on. tallied *'i' w 1 If! w:tlhv STRAWBERRY SITUATIONSaturdas as they understood t.>s a-d tn d 'T "Htrn-. rfti.! '.-, !'. .

the section in which he haoperated that piton th" IIprr;:"dn! f'l.'I"!'" F--h,: Hit IHt'' .I.ttnr than Grt-k. '" to a.--> --.
and includf- the records of forty-one "....;.;:." tr't: r\. )Ut't>"r-.' ;. .'- the worthy divine had to sa'-ch hi, to N- a fo'l.'W-- rv>n""fTii'. r? at \crOrrtr
Movement Amounted !Y'f'mOrfo!' th* i ->f fpftion; 1.:. !T< rcH a -.- -a rf ,.re' .
r wolls; in a t*>rri or\' pmbracinp the eastern "t.j rim ..t tr.. dr-p >t Patirds :- = 'npl* wo-d? h"lt t.r ,*! ti. :':If'" K- .. ,i':( r.- <_-i

r half of the {'c lrty. which tak] "' !"ht' 8"d!! f.vivd? that hf had the righter to 1.250 Crates. T'.hn Bi'-van ud) in order to make taFe river to sPUtr.c:1;. i -, __. t'-. ( :-j j.
':'fm a-t to, >K ; \ ;
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understand >.p : -
i r-'.fO'"d. ?t'.I"! Ia"-S'v othtots ". "rh. p". ". I'Pr'R ,, him. ?< > r ; "t
t PS! srd .,: "I"" : vtt;: "ti. ( e.- rc Bradford arj < i* c .- > -i n, -. ...\ &: 'I
i -. In :tl1!! th ,.f rock wrth.!! .- ',J .' "'f. {r. ., M'"Ih"] t"i rp.t.in' IJ l*>l fl* r..v,' '1 .- :r. .? :'..-- ,
T't.! .. '. ', : ... I I !- I.
\ !hi t of J'- 1' H !i. : < .! --
.1. a- ; and
w"iter i is f'Hind! to frie t) "--'. in 'i. '1'.r. I1LINKSS CHANGE.: j
carrj! : f'"I"r.. ? )
; i-/ ?;
-''': '.\:4:: rrc- : .,', '". Lien the fa'J i7.1; m>. ; ._ :: (,
t I ."' 'tjnn alit!ht tr ic: of harr! !:'"< :'01h buyersf a'n I-; .. -. f: :. s r i F l.r'W..; f
_! r lort'i-.r. h > ., .- ..-:c trort: to' Manrr'. H .' IT. .U-. .-'. .' *. C'; ;-. '. J- rJt:1''i: : ) "l' t
\IEDCDIMPfOVEMENT.! [ : \: '.: ''... .! .. ; .1! .i-.wh-.re to I. P. I.':..hirt'T' ; !* tim: > ago and frtd C',oter.ttle ,. ..f'lr -

__ __n ____ ., pet =o'd hip; Vari F. O.NOTIfE SCHF.I.I / J
- l, < : '.'. ;," "J :h.. big! market. v MarV: to A. F. Al- 4.4t ; ; '
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Pir.MC J ATPKOVIDKNCK.There : :: ; ....... yrm7.. ha* !bought rf I'od--v s-cr.-:. ,' -
Tnr"rthe
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--u 'r
f V courts has had the main cha': ;II" t .f 1. 1 1h. -r -- Ii "./C

f I. ----- ., 1 f f Alliedcr.ek! ; cl -aned out :Ih,, f.f'' !let-! <:Iupicat-il! ;;i':t'e then.On raf"nhrrart, raro'ronfr! Call f.Mt('FAPPtrtTlnFnRT1 f-FPTIfiV s OF '- DFH> 'i; .. c. _fl
1'rd! riUl'TEU .
<< will he a political fiiiiat "rnn' ;heabourd tre-tle! west nearly the day the t>
IVovid May l"th.:: !l.ali mik- After 1 kypr": "? here w u- '''i .", t. ?J -1 po" 1.ioOa"d w'Henp' cold) drinks \' Pf tfr.fy K. von lat T. J x. ..
iKv Everybodyrord.'ally a a couple: of !places \ : and ico ran a' I \. \. F.'<.> rjrcS-a-, .
} invitod to com" and; brinz left unfinished have been excavated, Mondav t-pv w1 ,)"'.\/1 to .'1 n"J cr :>m. 1.l'i'1"; ci"ar, rar,lv tificaie/ ''''. I'.l. da'fl the 4'n day-> cf of tar.' ;.- .--' J. K. LAVb & 10f ; '

: ''1._.">. hardly enough to etc. The place i is eletra-.tlv furnished'and A. D. I9; t. ras; filed: aid c.'''.i .. .
I your dinner with you. All of tV :\r.- and some tree tops dropod into the pay for rick- air +inv. -

did-it' of the county and somo cf the chanr.tl since it was cleaned out have I in, packing! crates and h.iulir.jr. Some enjoys a pood patronage. oJ'irp.to issue aid in ha aeeoHane.wch? ma !i.' ?, .; ar.'& ". <",*1..fi.n-. ; :;...............oj."-.t...,.1\-. .... ......,..'!'.

state candidates are exnectcj, :o lie lorn remou-i. the work will do much; 'cf the :growers will:l plow up their fca'tt'nfrc the rtlV'L .i j inKd I". '.- .

-I present and make J !'pt'edl'fl" > 'IT;. rood, and probably save the put lie road 'patches and. piar.t! them to something! Syrjp from the Matthews: farm is onsale "ro.rtt: y sit NE a"1, S to*>c.Ira'FJ:!11': Tp K twnty.P R.Forrla::. .'. T to}" COM Hic t L PEFK 1.

U. W. lode will:! sell! if'*ttr.t5. across;: the swa!r.p from teir.s, wa=hfdaway 't-". f.h..rwill: keep en piCLi"e i in at A. M. Darby's. Fart:; and bete.? a'--wd at the , i I-- -r If it is rot jar.ce tf >;ch Florida Real Estate Land :
: cfrtificate in "re .'
tit 0. BROOKS tth sail
factory return it and ctrtifcrc > > .i to Vt-
M'1 !!: '"r I'em.' F\ rn'lmitter.f : ---- -- ---- :the dry weather discourage': tat'ith : 1o:' get your o.< m.d aocn-imr' to !tau. tat crod wi ; i-f i a Timtt-r Expert. .
'-. r-v joti-'n.- toor' *v--; i< .. morev. i iCM th"rovn en. the ISth day f Say /.. |I'. /;<:. 4 ) I
i i Edwin: Freeman, Rob Wtrfi, + O.rc.a.Vrat.r,
I Smalley John y aJ
sea: th'the
The !shipments by refrigerator cars ;, Jlth day cf .Arr.l; \. .> 11'1. = SS year* Exferience at Starke. :
Coleman
Dr. Turner will: tp> in Sark :Saturday and Mr. Hamilton who were 1]have .
dwindled down \If. :. ,
to of ,1'1ltr
COPrlp! Cam : A
and Sunday of each week quests at Dr. Freeman's home for the ,,"> r5:: Mo a Sent otter leaflet Viol Cone .:E.\LI Clerk. r. ..F.i.1Atra.it.Ai i..t..,..........
; daily.: ;:t of the berries The
ed to serve you, if in need of p"rplr'l! week end, returned to the university ar a-e worst cured caws, r.o maser rf how long raning. 4-Ij-St.. By R. A. WEEKS
:sent by open express to Jacksonville by tae wonderful old rehab ie DI -, Deputy Clerk. Reqistration1ooks"WilMay
n-rvices. 4-23-tf.::! j Sunday. I'and: otter Florida points. I I I'j'"ter's :Ar.tisf.-tic Hea.in( rl J. It reline! 'I Close

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FRIDAY APRIL 28, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. "'AGE THREE li 1 :

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"MEDICAL ETHICS" I I


of Florida in Short Paragraphs. Even the Board of Health I

Them Against the PublicIn
drde 1h O0

State News f all other professions, except I

of medicine, the mistakes mad.. 1:

...?.-..-- rM- KraF-T J -'rC'-raT--'g' -"**--" -- =.. d open to the public approval or /

I Told bT Our Exchanges.; : J proval, at leas open for
L of the public. Yet a doctor i
!
J n intake in his diagnosis the .1" .

KISSIMMEE. Wade Tucker, of the city authorities of Plant City for dit.-, it couldn't be helped and to

Kksiaamee: has begun the construc- the construction and operation of an .. timate that the l.'s'ory of the J/

tion in that city of a $25,000 residence, interurban railway system leading out "' ., ought: to be madi public brings Ittsr'

to be built exclushely of cypress tim from that city to Lakeland and another '"t) that old cry-otniK of the .. :;! .
Plant J F the ethics of the ./ ... ...'. -'
ber. I line from City to Tampa, a j profession / ,.
fl' .f
total distance of about thirty miles. physician is bound not to ( '# '

'I By the terms of the franchise actual his work either b-Ture or after i: : :

JACKSONVILLE.Preparations construction work must be begun within i bun taken Yet it i.i a profession 'i
are being made to open a public municipal six months. Indiana capital is said deals: with the health and lifj of

market in Jacksonville on May to be behind the project. c(n'munit). It is a profession
1st, from which fruit arid produce will vliich mistakes; are raid for \
I r
be sold at actual cost. I "Goodies linIt i is! clearly a profession ( JoIN
PLANT CITY.-E. T. Roux & Son
I in" with condit'n'; that: should
for furnishing
have secured the contract -
JACKSONVI LLE. -Sparks from a known and fully understood by .
the materials for the erection of
turpentine retort started a fire which jr man z-nd woman in the ,ommu.iity.It
$30,000 residence which will be J
consumed the lumber mill of the Gress I a is admitted for a doctor to f ,
built for Edison Keith, of Sarasota, !
Manufacturing Company here. The his nr!-takes may iiijjre his ;
on Mr. Keith's property at the mouthof
loss has been estimated at 200000. andJ. & Yet the mistakes )f men in other i ines
Philippi! cr.'ck. Geo. L. Lysat
the ep are made krcnn and ',!.( .
C. Emerson of Sarasota, have
,
...
cast them their : But .
l' Ir( s.
DE FUNIAK.-The county commissioners contract and Wm. Craft, of Chicago, vT'R
of Walton county have decided is the supervising architect. The ma- TY wb e s 1. on ind! on and .,hrou-1 ti e meH.ca: 'l, fi yo;: .
one-half mill tax for ttir.iiy; in the ni".ccery: of sib-n-e )
k
to levy a terial is row being assembled on the I
county-wide tick tradra-: will c. ne ill and di", and rnow n'. I
financing a ground and when completed this
The tick eradication why or how we die :lun how ..'r WEEK AND INCREASE:
tion campaign. be one of the finest homes in South
mcvvment is rapidly gaining impetus Florida. we were born.
throughout the state.JACKSONVILLE.The. .. ,t, Al I tf v.hicii irirtt-. us back to 40 WEEKS MANS $82
goodies that just ciuc.siion, why n\l'l'ja: ethics ,

l\IIAl\fl.-Bid for the completion m-e-l-t in your mouth t \\ii. is a p 'n.saola News ,! \ \ "

Europeanwar of the Miami canal as far north as the I light! flatly, tender 9 on a subject th-t discu.-sel

and its attendant activities are junction with the South New River cakes, biscuits and >+ generally! these ihys not only & CLUB WHICH; AYS $41 \

said to have affected the lumber indus canal, for the completion of the South doughnuts that just the 'hity' but .iinoitoe better

try favorably in Florida and it is New River canal from its junctionwith keep hanging of practitioners who are reachistate !\ j t? : .
asserted that there will be an unprecedented the Miami canal to the junctionwith you : of eminent disgust with the

demand for desirable yellow the North New River canal and 'round the pantry-all position that is sometimes AND INTEREST.
lumber at the close of the war. the Dania cut- made with C ilumetthe I
pine for the construction of in the name of medical "ethics."
off will this week be advertised by the economical safest Baking purest, Pow most One physician for whom we YOU PATJIN, 25 OR s

SANFORD.-The Sanford Herald state drainage engineer under the der. Try it-drive away profound respect would like to WE H,
EACH K.
estimates that the lettuce acreage in instructions of the Internal Improvement bake-day failures." bars of "ethics" taken away *

that section this season is about 500 board. The bids must be in the Received Highest Awarda comes to the protection of I! u "

acres, the celery acreage 1,000 acres, hands of the trustees within 30 days. See Cook r.-nk trffhet ent doctors. lie says that there YOU ASpUT IT.

and that these two crops will bring Slip in found t...II.C physicians admitted into homes BANtING CLUB J

almost a million and a half dollarsf. GREEN COVE SPRINGS.Durinthe trusted with the lives of the \ .

o. b. Sanford. past week a deal of large magnitude of the homes where the ) l h

was consumated, when Mr. R. L. BAKING POVVDrR. + themselves should be in hospitals

PALM PEACH.-The early bathersat Howling and his associates acquiredthe J '>-....,... the cure of their "dope" habits. k

Gns Bath yesterday morning was stock of Mr. L. H. McKee in the j NO' He described for us one BANK

Green Cove Springs Development Co., eot.1At where a physician was called) to i
startled to see a war vessel going :[;y T! TRUSf
south and sailing close to the shore. and purchased!" from !Mr. McKee the l' i :' < after a little child, suffering a11.-Jc_ r.: .

Upon looking through; the field glassesit I Quisisana hotel property. All of the 7' It O'J Hl'i I nj irp ;. .. acute attack of croup. The I TT f J
and hotel golf link I"' ... had taken his us-ial: allowance: of -
was discerned that the vessel: was a property, spring l.l' ..'4. = ( --------1: \
destroyer with four 1 and the vacant lots between the river <"t.' III ". ..D.I11 0r \ ... "dope"! and arrived at the child' -I ) t'jl

torpedo-boat l tlckhut the nationality could not I ar.d spring: are row property of the f\t..,' _"''\'::-.-. .. .. -, ,$. .... sidc! fi'i-linir! alert' and\ capable. '.' i I
learned. Croon (::0Spri'l s Development Co., .'f".; :....: :- on-' '7 /, baby was very ill ar"l 1 after : I \.
be o
with :Mr. II. 1. Dowling as president, ; ,..c-,1 s[ ) ., :;::. ..... ,,,; /' :.Ioj" {.J hou'rs bi.ttl:', the doctor had to r'I, 'I Ii"I ,
I. Mr. John T. Crawley: secretary, ando ; I' .. ......I. 0':-'"._';:a :. .. ... ..r up ngwin on "dope". This I (
11> ,,ls\ .. '
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FT. I.-\UDEIWALE.-I'\'ur thousand ,) ", I .... .-' I
). ; treasurer.' '< \J. ... f took little than his *
Mr. I; ( Hennanl as : ... ,. a more : y r
curs of tomatoes i is the otimatrdshipment I 'IFOlW.lpjor : ...;' could stand. lie rf.-urwd his llr.Y.EddIe1on ; I .
this se::son from the Iowa I faMtysy: "h i ) .
with the
for "wrong
p\ thvLaby :
section. This / "\ : W. K. !.. lw.I'n't ,
Coast productionwill
East : 1.1hnr'' oftV : .. : ;i cine" and the littl fellow died \I 10; ;
come from an estimated acreageof : d i States t'licir.etr ,! 1l'' ";?...._.. 1'ft.'l tail \ 'I\( I -
j toward l morning.Mulder
rh.
,
district has rendered .. .
Florida an i I
IS/jOU: acres. Shipments are now '" I .
\ !
; dimple
the lniiTia'je i'wiit i.f;) !tAJ pun0'
being made over the Florida Eat o;.mon adverse! to ( \ I "
Ouri
he St.:; John's ;J'o !.; there was no publication of the xt
Coast railway at the rate of from i is known as : Upp'r ; u1' > I
in
Di-image District cumpris fo nr .;0.1)Jfl fl .. fJ cJ The physician who was called
,
two to five solid trainloads daily.DELANO. t, I I I Ii
r.ER sultation short time before the :,
atit-s ot land in Osceola, <)!"a nw' and: a.'t; ;G rc', a
involving MICAGO 'J died knew the fact. but Ethics bI i
Brevard counties, and expenditure I I ISen
.-Benjamin E. Prevatt. of approximately $ ,:!) <>,01><). :;::.; his divulgence!: of thf'm'en to I
I'
editor and of the Volufia Coun- reaved The !
owner parents. :
; The board of trustees will the
carry ,1 '
ty Record, died! at his home in that I fight to Washington. It is stated that Cheap and-ig canEaUngPuwder"do not I I physician was permitted to go on or I

city late Wednesday of last week from : the issue between the War Departmentand save you mont y...Crlrtnetilfp"-: .Pi re_ his practice linger the !' -

: Bright's disease, being in his !sixty-I' the district is the old issue of {pdi and fir auf1 erinr to sour r..lk a-i! i: < \Lt.I I drugs he {sometimes did! ) his I i L

: first year. Mr. Prevatt had been own- :I er.l versus state rights and of l legislative I work when ht- blundered! \ there (

er anal editor of the Record for over i, versus executive powers. The BILLS PAil BY SCHOOL BOA HI). I nothing but the} 'nysten'ous! i iI'uid

twenty-five years and was a potent district was created by a special act i God" to blame. ;

factor in the upbuilding of Del-and II! of the tate legislature of 1913. General School Fund i Within the last few weeks! the :

and Volusia: county. Interment was ,I I Ora Ward Bradford ____uuun__ 40.0ft I i board of health his pent out a I
made in Oakdale cemetary, DeLand. I.oua Wynn Nebo .n----u-----n---- 25.00 I Ion "malaria" telling how it fcdvm semcnL I
I RO IFA .-John Dykes, who, at JPSSC Farnell Ivillini: ________________ 35.0US. that -
avoided and asserting __ =
every =
J
shot and A. Draper Lake Butler --_______--_ 140.00 I
., o'clock Saturday morning,
BAITOW.-Herbert G. Stone's conviction Gracie Kopit' do hUUuun_-_ 75.00 sician knows 3 certain simple
f killed S. A. Walker at Green Head, MdUl Bradley do __ __ 70>> I I I But the ";
. and subsequent sentence at 'south of this place, was taken from M. L. Neal Starke -_nuun___..___________ 150.00S. I I the disease. public
I Bartow to seven in the penitentiary : S. Doling do __ 83.00 ,, told what this certain simple
years the Washington county jail early this I.ccla Faulk Ho _unu.u___________________._ 7001 The hoard of health is
! for attempted criminal assault I ..______ I i
25.00A.
morning by a mob of about thirty men S. K. K Winter Haven girl, I 15.00 public taxes, but it carefully I
! on a prominent r. Kell.'y New Ricer
. has ken confirmed by the SupremeCourt : after they had overpowered the jailer, E t:. Snell linmklyn ___nnnn________n___ 20.00 from informing the people as to I CheJk
and lynched. Sheriff Farrirr, en Mrs. Emma Waldnip demonstration wk 100.00
I ; according to a telegram received -I of the lost Lizzie Marshall and a-sU Lake Butler 45.00Eva this simple sure cure is. I
the
I route to scene killing, II
___ b
; .Judge C. B. Parkhill yesterday.Stone' M. Williams Cason .uuu 20.00 Rut the world is growing:
control of his machine, which turned M. M. Fryer Lawtcy nuuu_ __ 100.00 when raduat 7
The time is coming
is Winter Haven I
a prominent over, breaking the sheriff's leg and F. (5. Schi-11 pnstape etpnra etc _-nh Sot I
man and has well known connections Braiiford County Hank interest ._u__ 177.6.1J. : two-by-four medical colleges, :
1 in Georgia.PEN'SACOLA.. breaking Deputy Sheriff Harols' arm R. Pa\is & Co insurance Enhrprse.7.1H I competent doctors from the ( or kept in the jome is
_. ,
5Ch..l..y
in two places. This accident, together K. C. Ht-ihenn-r incidental.Brooklyn
1 FOIlIl board Frmce ___ ____ 6.00 I schools, will not receive the
with the killing, intensified the feelingof L.V.. Kickhtt-r do _n________.n______ S.f.O! tion of fellow craftsmen I,, spent. w I
I .-The town of Wool.i the residents, which led to the f. W. Hazn com as treas _._n_______ 221.57F : i "
i l located the United States O. Seht.1I salary uuu.u.___ 10H.OOC name of "ethics. The time is
{; 'sey, on lynching this morning. A. Knight clerical\ work Uh___-- 25.00 I when "profp!'<;ional ethics" will in the BJ.nk of
; naval reservation rear here is to pass I

, out of existence. Orders have been I I Total _. .n___- ___------__.___--_..1365.5! incident with common morality safeguarded Against
SANFORD-Robert Lasseter is on Special Tai IMntricU absolute honesty.-:Miami
given that all houses are to be removed trial for his life before a jury of Inn Markry! Lake Butler -_________._ 40.00 system of rec. ds and
or demolished and the ground Ruth race do __ _____ _____.___ 40.00
oo n u n
; twelve men sworn to abide by the lawand Mary Lowe do ._____________________ 41.00 Watch Child's Cough. I
\ cleared for use of the aero station. evidence submitted. Lasseter and Ruth Patterson do __nnuoooou.__ fifl.OO the individual enjoys _
Woolsey i is one of the oldest settlements Clitfor. IUrn-11 Jo n.nunnu__ 40.00 Colds, running of nose, '
John stand accused of one of the chewing
I Daley result of
on
in northern Florida. The Bertha Sanders Ju nu.unu -If.flO) irritation of the musous ,
pres most revolting crimes in the historyof Annie Smith .n.nnu.n_.___ __ 60.00
I ent buildings consist chiefly of fisher- I October 10 ()1"ve Ray Starke _uu______.n 50.00 neglected may mean catarrh .{
men's shacks. Volusia county. On Lois Peek _______u.Un___.__ 40.00 not take the thncps-do :
I last, it is alleged that Lasseter and Jean TfJirue do __.________u.u____ 40.00 j* f
with Charles Womboldt\ left Filwcna :McReath do ______nu__ 40.00 for your child! Children will to
Daley an opportunity
__ I medicine but will
Miriam Ross do 5000 every they
T1TUSVILLE.' -Fifty per cent of New Smyrna in an automobile for a Emma Darby do __unu..n_______________..__ 4000 I King's New Discovery and \\; feature of our 'I
the voters on Meritt's Island oppo.siteCocoa ride" Next day Womboldt was Blanche Patti-hall\ du'---------- 4.fOMay '
have "joy Fripp do __--.--__________--__._ 40.00Francis bribing and teasing It's a
: signed a petition askingthe found hanging from a bridge between Clark do _--__.___--______-- 40.00 pleasant; tar and so .
syrup
Brevard county commissioners to I New Smyrna and Datoyna, his body Amanda Wamrieht Lawtey .unnn 7000 '
call the Mattie Stal.sbv do _.____ 4000I.euie Just laxative enough to "
a special election U.hUnU.h.
on proposition fearfully mutilated. Life had been extinct -
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I Belle Brown do un n 4',01)Ell waste poisons. Almost the first t
of issuing bond* for the purposeof for several hours. In the original i.. Hugh :Milling: do _____uu.._ 40.00
building their of bridge Lilly Cm--by Bnxiker __ 4000 hrlps. Always prepared, no
portion a indirtmer both m"n were i included unnh !
Eunice Il.irrn do _.___ 40.00A. fusing. Just ask
across Indian ri\er. Cocoa voters but pro-serutire I attorneys asked It. Shaw iln ________uuU.n__u.u_..___ 70.nO or your STARlKE
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have already agreed to construct half I for a :severance which has been, ,grant- I.. \\ Hail janitor Lake! Butlrr .__- 12: .73 for Dr. King's New )) ( \
of the F. C. Schcll rrntmir tUx-tinn ticketsltnxfker i will safeguard your chill\ I
bridge.MIAMI.Datle. I ed!, and the cage against; Lassoter! i is _------____--______--___--__ 1.00 ious ailments resulting from (' ( )
: now king heard.1'ENSACOLA.M.. F. G. chcll\ d.> .Jnhn, town __-uuuu 1.00 I .
W. II. Jenkins janitor :;'8r:'e ____h_- 2'1.0'1 -- FLA !
county real estate Amanda Wainrieht Ij.wtey __ "iiO'lMattio The Quinine That Does Not Affect
,; Sta!,liv d.. _______uu h.u_______ 7,).On. I..ra'.e of its tonic and laxative: effect.
totalling more than $ ;O.OflO sold} Marcheter. for ,
was
I'imBi lie Brown di _.hh.u____. 7000 TIVF UROMOyriXINKiilietterthfin; :
last v.eek 1the R.-alty Securities 2i"i' years fisherman and diver, withother FDa: : Hiu-h MuIIina\ doStare -; yii'.nne. ,,,n,.oc' 'ors not cani"->\ i-.ni ) l'l'JJ
ri"jj'ri; ht"o.nt..mlJ'l\ the I: : n
Corporation only ore of the realty ,, snapper tishfrmen of IVnsacoIahas a at..r Liirhtdter_________n___'"__rk:___lights_._ anti_ C7": :' look lul th sass:: ire i.f .i. \\' <..R.\ ..-
firms in Miami which has been turning known of an oil; well) for years, but Mar'a1i r 2 month, janitor Lawh y :2J: ..)"I I _ _
property at a rapid rate this sea only recently has the id-\i! of d-n-flop-! T. I n. W.ari-r rfiairs I.aatcy------- .toL..n i
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son. In the prtpt'rtwre two grove, I ing the well developed.\ For years a Hamrti.n Thomas Pharmacy MiJuav incid.ntts- -Hampttm h" 2"I7u o" '

a large amount of bay front property I few snapper) fi"hernpn:1"C'I sought G. W. Hirrn com as teas A,! 0 I'iff
t and a prominent I business corner, indicating i: theicinity of the well in rough weather .\. J fintTi* frt on i-eliml olr>rhl'tl. 1.."' f
A. X I'alnuT Co. supplii>> lioatdram l' ':il
in the belief of members of because the ouantities of oil on WHEN IN STARKE :

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this firm a strong interest in everyclass the :surface;; kept the water smooth and Total -- -- ----_ ____ 14T: 12:
I I Snecinl Sob !School Rond District No. .1.
of rial estate; the county ::afford i made jjhi'gN"i.! Two wells that 0. W. Ht7rn corn a' tnas :2S.17Special ; '
boil) oil to the surface have been there Sub School District No. 22.
G. \v. H.i7n com a< tress ix Call around and look over line of Hardware. Farming Implementsof
OCA for fifteen years, while the third came Imperial !Sub School District No. 23. my
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her hare;-Ocala: of ooms her inventors to have morethan who in only abort two years airo. The I!. W. Hacn Sub com School as trfas District_u No._ 21: 57Special all descriptions carried in stock. My line of Tools, Plows and C, Itiva-

sf em to have wells) lie at the points of a triangle G, W. lIaz'n com as teas .f;':
chare to make I Tooth ooth
a moneyon of different styles including Disc Shovel Straight 4 .
the results :1hthe\ oil) comos up in such nuartitifs: tors many 1
of their
inventive
ms. Among the new devices'; are gen-a I I from a depth of :12 fathoms ((1P.O feet) Pill Rest For Liver. I Spring Tooth and Combination Disc and Shovel Tooth, is compleH. '
i that it creates a surface boil. The oil .
puncture-proof tire for ;, i I'--: >cat=e they contain the lest liver
auto
attachment and a device a photographic for :| dipped\ from thi part of the gulf will medicines, no matter how 'jtter i or I sell the famous Webber Wagons, Mowing Machines, f */
j burn when match is applied.] It i is I
Rising a car off the tires after running .I a r.auct':1tin for the sweet su'!'nr coating Stoves EnamelWare
into the garage. This can he bflievd) a great oil reservoir exits hides! the ta :te. Dr. Ki ,.' : New Rakes Hay Presses, Gasoline Engines, Ranges, '

done by :, and speakinsr from expert know-lodge Life Pills! coi.tain ingredient,-\t :
a mere crook: of the finger: I 1 1as put and Tinware.
a diver, Mr. Marcheter declare: h"' I
and the liver tb' (bowels
a similiar operation lowers the working: move
car again believes the property can lie developedand fredNo naiif.id. di-
ready for u!'e. :gripe no 4
the oil taken! i.ut. jre,tion. Jut try a bot'' of Dr. DeWITT C. JONES ; _

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Kings: New Life Pills and .ro how L

PLANT CITY.-A company of fin- You get a'i the important natinnal, much better you feel. 25c ': drug '_

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, .3LPRIL 28, 1916. t
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I Germany be given back her African J GET 15.000 TONS OF DYESTUFFS POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. respectfully: solicit j 1*>ur inpport at theocratic "j

I For Railroad Commissioner Card not more than one inch in Wnitth (72 primary Juni 6th. I promise if elect.t t'
colonies the emancipation of the p-p- t j to serve the people to the law
r } ;, ; words) will be publUbed under thin heading direct :

Bradford County Telegraph i pies now oppressed by the Russians in I Big Shipment Coming From Germany from date of receipt until l the primary election -:_J.aMooiz. 1f -

the Baltic provinces and elsewhere in ,: in June for J5. A proportionate additional I annoinw' ij
fractional hereby myself u a wnd: Uu
additional
! \ L' I charge will be made for space r.r'j
re-election to the ofilce
before everythingelse of
Phone Europe, an last and parts of an inch being counted aa an County Conun -5.J
and Long Distance for Distnct No. %3 (
Local er Raiford Law.2"
J. the surrender by Great Britianof .. inch. Announcement fee are payable in ad. and )
subject to the action the '
Number 40 that Washington, D. C., April :21.-State ance and this rule will Dot be varied. if democratic Lrim*'; I
: her power on the seas so competition v, -- If elected I will at ,111:I times work for the I
ri J _ department officials were preparing ; I terest of the people tf Bradford
would be absolutely i county
I = j:::=- henceforth FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT.I .
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Published .e kly, and entered as l free. I i today to make representations to respectfully announce my candidacy for T. DOWUKC. !
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the Circut Court of
read aloud in Great Britian to insure the safe arrival the office of Clerk' of FOR COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NQ.7-
the These conditions a ,
at post-office ;j.
econd class matter Bradford; County and solicit your support at
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; hereby announce !
I 1 in the United States of 15,000 tons held the 6th day I myself a candiiUU IDr
at Starke Florida. sanctimonious voice, with an occa- the prrmary election to be on re-election! to t.ie tff.ce of County C:
sional lifting of the eyes toward heaven -; of dyestuffs; from Germany. Notice of June. 1916. I am encouraged to enter this I siGner for diatnct; 'Su. 4 (IS.r.rkel.) ooun.:.
I '- =-= the flattering 'OU- received by me at Whilt
: E. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner would sound sure enough, as if ,:, that the German government had consented 'S the race last by election at which time I withdrew I I the have dut tried fa to of senefthe tie cfTice best were intensu new 'to QA r

!! dictated by St. Wilhelm, the friend of to permit the shipment came in from the second primary in order to prewne I Id strict and the cojnty at larjre.; With of 5

fl. E. LAGERGREN, Associate Editor I humanity and the champion of the a note presented to Secretary jf Slr.:'.:? .. support harmony of in friends the party who aa well were ai othtrwue the proffered obligated ,I experience I ha/e Kd. I feel| that I can gj Jzj ..
better service
in tlfuture
j and if
--- Yet one would expect Lansing by Ambassador von Bein- during that campaign.l Thooe hattnir 1 II rlcctei I
--- 'oppressed. no shall certainly al! 4'>g strive to do wh
bus. with the office will if I am elrcud tk
Well, Lent j is on'r, and the devil and any lamb-like qualities from the wolfno stort!. )>e given mt-3 courteous attention and con HJ..ra. I I beet for all conr rd i. On this iaj is I 10-

-' the fool-killer are rubbing their eyes matter how well he may be disguised Germany at first declined to perntshipmer.t.s A' titn The rvconls, urder my personal care licit the votes of the-'dtmocrats J. L. of) the di ltriet,

i of dyestuffs unless in exchange and supervision shall ever be optn to innpt-c- UNBEUULL. .1
of sheepskin. I
winks. garb
after their "forty by a tion by the public.! Respectfully.
SI France the only one of the powers for American goods, now excluded H. C. RICHARD. I hereby announce m.lf a candidate for

to the state plant board from the Uriti-h; I County Commissioner for District No. i
I According who has righteousnesson Germany by ;
now fighting mywlf! candidate for (Starke) I elicit: VV support of the
I hf rt'Ly announce a vottt
I '. citrus trees are preyed upon by 20 different her side. would be only too glad to blockade. The note says, hov-ever. re-t.!..ct "n too thi office of Clerk of the Circuit of the district and : f .le-ct..d. I rn.miie to I)
I kinds of besides fungoid reliziation of the action of the tVmiKnrtic discharge! the djii-s\ if the office. '0 the best
: parasites; accept the kaiser's conditions as she that Germany: in the Court suhjtct to of
ability. M.
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:* : and constitutional di easet>. The lose but fact that the blockade has seriou '!ly party at the primary fU-clion! to be held Juno my CR1FFIS.
would! have nDthing: to on tith 1916. I'ledinif to the people of Uradford I -- "

;: or.ly thing in the world that can be account of the er.Unte agreement none affected! American textile manufacturers county COU!'! 'tUIi. prompt and careful! attention !:! FOR COof'n.SHfR.: : DISTRICT No7i

! I compared with citrus trees as to afflictions of the participants can make a separate in need of dyestuffs, now agrees to to tic.i the thtir business support.: of the offict I rtsjx-ctfu'ly. &o- County I hereby Commineiorer ann" unc, myself of District a candidate No. for|

t is the republic of Mexico. peace. R'lssia can well afford tokeep permit a single shipment with tht I.. W. T. WEEKS. I illruoker and Harr.pi.ni. I resprctfally: ioKcB

: -S- : it In -- I the support of the voters at the democratic: vi
i indefinitely. What understanding is not to r"-
her fight .
: Sun up primary to be held jn June 6th. and
Rube Allyn, of the Sara.ota FOR REPRESENTATIVE-4R0UP; ONE. promt*
thrust England thinks in the matter was told exported to Great Britian or her al- I To the lfm<>cratic Fkcturs cf Ira: * has all sorts of advertising1 up- S. A. BRYAN I A. B. SL'RSEXCY.
S ty Florida! :-
on him. Here is the Zolfo SpringsTruth's by Premier Asquth: a few days ago lies.The I I hirtty announce myself a candidate in j I
; concession: ;; made by Gerir.u" ,.
: I latest contribution: "Rube before a deputation from France who GHOl'I' ONE. for n-rtmmation for the office: I hereby ann unc myself a candidate kr
; called on him in London. He said: I resulted from a long series of nego'- I beg to announce my candidacy of Krpresentative of Bradford County. Florida. juhjwrt j County C()mmi.-ion, ,r of District No. (
: from the Hampton.. BrrKker .md New Rh-
Allyn stayed away press the countries. I to the action of the democratic: primary rl), and rt- .
, "The German minister wishes us to ations U-tween two I, -ctfuIy! solicit the Support cf the
; : 'j'' meet at Kissimmee and used the money for Railroad Commission- to be hI'in\ June. 1916.I democratic
the I. I mjK-ctfu.ly:! solicit the support of all democratic voters in the pr.mary to ic held on June 6th. (
I ; to get him a new cut made, but it bow n? conquered to conqueror. i er. subject to the next Demo i-it.ctors. ard prnmise if nominated and' ansi faithfully! Item ,;. if elected to do my duty

S I looks more like the picture of the But we are not conquered yet nor do ++++-MH MHI ++ MHCHURCHES. ++ ++ + elected t.. faithfully discharge the duties of aa such cnmmta-oner. znd to use all! my eUorfc
: 4 cratic June 6 1916 JOE HILL WILLIAMS. in continj.n" li *o:? Sac: County convicts
I mummy of old Seth than did the firstS we intend to become, so. otr.ingcan Primary on ,, the office. I the roads. i J. E. ADKINS.uixii I

L- cut." be gained: by misrepresentations. + + |I and, having had 39 years experience I I her.by announce mystlf a candidate tn I -a-

....S f S Great; Britian and France did rot begin 1 + ____ 4BAPTISTRev. I Croup One for representative in the State I wish to announce to the citize-ns of Commicsioner's -
I : I handling business ofall I Leir .lafjre. subject to the action of the voters : : Districti 5 that I am a candiia'e -
If drumfish weighs ten pounds it their wish to
: S a the war, nor is + W. A. Yer4 '! for County Conrnsioro r in and for
: in the dt'm jcratc: primary eleition to be held tad
and half of its cwn weight' what i is starve Germany or erase her from the + rell. Sunday school, 9:45 A. ; kinds between the public i>n June 6th. I promise if elrctH to (rive careful J' 4Mnct, subject to trj action of the democratic p < 5It

;; I the weight of the drumfish ? This map; we do not even fight for the sake 4 therefore attention to the duties of the office and to I j primary n.mi.-e: election of.! J-jne 6th. If elected I 'S
i + M. Morning service, 11:00: ; | and the railroads, I use my utmost endeavors to act for the bestinterests [' to faithful* ilischarye the duties of
looks but don't be too sure about of national liCeand the office with the v> w tt serving the .
easy, hindringGerman} :; of al concerned. bett inerefcts s
I + Sunday 6:43 P. 3!. Visitors 4 ,
: to submit views- of all concerted. :
\I. I t your answer until you verify your fig. progress; but because Belgium! 1 4 cordially invited to attend. 4 !: beg my I .D. .F.. :d DO ALD. I JAMES REYNOLDS.I f
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j I I' ures.-Fernandina News-Record. If was assaulted and France was threat- J 1 1st. Let's give the people -0-
-. + + ; I I take this method of announcing, to the citizens f
: the learned editor of the News-Record ened. What we wish is to end the :! of Itradford c.unty.that I am a candi- hereby announc-J myself a candidate for /
and railroads fair consideration
+ CHRISTIAN H. Coleman 4 a : the office of Count Comm &i>ix>er for DBnct -
1'1 I | date for Reprentat in Group 1. subjectto
had said "trout" instead of drumfish, which is
Prussian
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military tyranny, a No. S. ITar.pt'fi If elected I will
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our Starke fishermen would have nightmare to Germany and a threat- 1 + minister. Preaching the first 4 of all matters coming before the on action June 6th."f the If I primary am honored election with to ek-c-beheld I my beet. efforts to Hive my di.tnct and tilt uw

+ and third Sundays in each 4 county at lar e !n ect ry way economy and i hoprovement d
lion I promise to faithfully. j
Eene
I answered the question immediately by against the whole world. I + month. Forenoon sermon at 11 +; the Board. I you W. G. SEALS. I dictatei. end therefore: uk for 1 1 I

multiplying the weight by two. Hypocrisy again. England' was as your support at the uming primary. \
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i + and evening sermon at 7:30. + 2nd. Give the people the H. D. MAY. j
I -S !'! much to blame for the starting of the. I FOR REPRESENTATIVE-CROUP TWO.I .

I The daily press has missed it on other nation. The I! + Church board meeting the first + service obtainable at all tjmes.i I hereby announce myself a candidate in ---. 1 1.._
war as : war I
any GROUP TWO for nomination for the office ofRepresentative FOR HERIFF.
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than half the time for Sunday in each month. Loyal 4
war news more had to come. Neither England norGermany i 3rd. See that there is no in the Legislature from Bradford j I hereby announce. myself a candidate for

: J the past twelve months. They rush will give what constitutesthe I" Daughters meet every Friday + county. subjtct to the action cf the Democratic -j re- I.'Ction to the off -4 of Sh..rif of Brado

t't into print with every rumor, while the up + afternoon at 4 o'clock. Ladies + ; discrimination of any kind. I primary flection to be held on June I county. I have ding 9
chief power of each, and to attain 6th. 1916. I respectfully solicit the support of | d to faithfully discharge my duties u
2 f t very nature of the present warfare which they have striven for decades + Aid Society meets the first Fri- + ; 4th. See that there is wa I, all voters at said Democratic primary and a\orr. hope thr.t my work has me the v

.S S I' makes it certain that the news they + day in each month at 3:30: p. m. 4 1 promise a faithful discharge of my duty if I approval cf the rublie!> to the extent cai d
and centuries. If resources and men L : ter at all depots and toilets for am honored with nomination and election.A. I hope for a good gjrixirt at the coming pri
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is false !! + school +
print doubtful if not absolute Sunday Sunday
every S. CREWS.To mary. If I
1- held out the war would go on forever 1.1tC:1 J.rmi &good service
and furnished for the express pur- *4 at 10 a. m. Everybody welcome 4 the convenience of the public. I I as hitherto clii 'n< ", tn do better yet.
been
for so far it has plainly seen
+ the Democraticcten> of Bradford County : wherefore I respectfully solicit your n
pose of creating false impressions. that neither side can hope to win a at these services. + 'i 5th. Make a report to the I h. r. by announce m'H.lf! a candidate! forReprese.taive I S. B. DE .RK.suPPr S

I The country papers are not equipped 4 in the UirMatjr. of Florida in --
decisive It is true that ,
victory. a i
: for getting these doubtful tales to + EPISCOPAL-Rev. A. Osmond people what has been done by Group Tw" and pectfal! > ollcit; the support This H to anncunc-i to the citizens of Brad
great army of Russians have latelylanded tit the voters in the e'lmina primary to be ford county that I aM candidate for
..1: their readers in a few hours and fur in France: to help in the Verdun :1 + Worthing, priest in charge. 4 the Railroad Commision.6th. I he'd: i .Inn.- fth. l"ll.;. I ;,....mi.... if elected.! tf !l.ji ct to the acton s' the democratic primary Shn!
I vica..ful at'ent on to th> duties of the office election to hel I on.June 6th. 1
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this those readers i
; reason ; are sparedthe but will l be to + Sunday school, 9:30 m. Morn4 ,. Give the people L lfull
sector, Germany sure : a your to the "best ir.ti-rett of the \I" f\\ jnit tne support t'f all \ottT

''I mess that is sf-rved to the daily withdraw enough! of troops; from the :| + ing prayer and sermon, 11:00 +. entire time and talent to the i E. .L. CROSBY. 1 nmary and rron ise a faithful di-charge of the )
a patrons.-Exchange. -- -- ------ -- --- duties of the oT.oe i I am eo! .:.d
j : I eastern field to counter the Radian i ,, + o'clock. Evening prayer and + j FOR COUNTY rPHn\TE (>E' T. : W. J. EPi ERSON.
$ -*- above. I ri-p'C'fuliy .-f! candidatefor I _ 1 _
: One of the newest sch to do thf} re-inforcemer.t in France. But though ; + sermon, 7:00 o'clock. Choir re4 I announce mve a 'i
I I mf-s : ISi.!lir. of :5urnint.iift-rt! of !School of I FOR S':NTOR.i iiTi
.,i printer is for a wholesale merchant to supplies may hold out, the most important 1 + hersal, Saturday, 3:30: P. M. +. j i! I respectfully ask your sup- i Bradford! county. and solicit! your support in i I I hercty annninee-mys.lf' a candidate for t .

". I factor in warfare. men, mu-t :give l the ttv nmary, ..;..ctifn to be hd! on the Cth of State Str.ator from IMo Fifteenth I
write to puMi.-hprs for namps of merchants 1 i + + 1 port on above basis.S. Senatr
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out later. So far June. H'li.; p'td-rinz' ; m>>ef.! if e'.ecttd.! to }-'rit traM, I CO *'y', ful;ect
in their towns who handle <'-.rt sooner or Germany, 1 + METHODIST-Rev. John A. + j A. BRYAN. faithfully:; discharge my duties.O. '. I|i d. moric J. rs as expressed at the J

I. tab claes; of gofids. under promise though thrown upon the own resource L. MI7.ELL.I i.nmar election toe held on June 6th. I : a
.. within her country has been able tcmeet ) : + Hendry, pastor. Sunday school 4 ,II i'ai.l Advmoment.CHICKEN j i. respectfully: sol cit t- support of the voters i
of advertisements in the future. Tho + at 9:45 A. M. Morning serP i h.r.ty announce myself a candidate for at said primary anj: romise my fa tnful 1 aWtintun 1

S __'I. advertisement* never come, of course. all demands for mn. and in th> I the ,,!fir. of County Puix-rmtendint of Public! t the. d t.n e' the office if I am elect

4 ': The latest i is to send publisher; terrific battle at Verdun her soldier<< + vice, 11:00: o'clock; evening 4 I' WELL EQUIPPED.T. } Instruction subject to the action of the democratic -, ed. :; A. D. ANDREWS.
very a
: + sen-ice 7:30 o'clock ,% primary election! to be held on June : -4-- i
1 a numt.<>r of circulars, each bearing have apparently, come up out of the 1 --- 't th.r'l 1:. I resp< tfuy!! solicit the supjxirt i To the Democratic Yet *8 of B'ad'ord County) : n.

the address of a merchant, and to ack: : ground and supplies have proven lim + 4 : N. Kendrick owner of Joy Farm, of the voters: at said primary.F.. I I hereby annoi-nce Sm> car.ijiaao for State J
I s itless. how much + PRESBYTERIAN-Rev. H. G. 4. \. SCOTT Senator from BradfoH County. If elected! I "
But longer they in the
1 him to deliver them under promise of can western part of town, has a fine promise you a fa.thCaltp. rf.-nr.ance of my duty. !;

._ i r advf-rtisempnts: later on. The first hold out?_ + Dennison, Pastor. Sunday 4. j flock of chickens. Wednesday a new I hereby' announce myself a candidate for R.t..tfuny.! :

S + school at 9:45 A. 3!. Preaching brood of biddies hatched "t' ot ice of County Superintendent of Pub- DR. 4. E. MIDDLETON. d
schemer wants to get valuable information "I j was out and lie -L- _
Instruction subject the -
I IE NIGGERS' DAY AM CO.MI.V. | to action of the -
I for nothing, the second wishes + services at regular hours. 4 I one of the chicks was found to have
; I to save a few cents in postage. Both + Morning service at 11 A. 3!.; 4 three leg!=. The third leg had taken j inc ful! to the people prompt courteous and care Bradford I take this m thI.for he to thank the voters tf ::
I dispatch of the r buine if elected. county J confidence that .I
; have their trouble for their pain; for ( Written for Dixie) + Evening service, 7. Visitors 4 the place of the tail feathers. piftfuy!! solicit the support of the voters II|I have manifested -ow.V. J me in re-electing th m

I their letters lard in the waste basket., + cordially invited to worship V Mr. Kendrick knows well what a at said primary.. E. P., POPPELL. I I to the office of M. m'r r cf the School Board : .
Some white folks kickin' for nine
am a up a i I terms in suiae !ion and at the continued a.P
row + with us. 4 trouble it is to keep chickens with ordinary I hereby announce myself! for re-election to t solicitation of i* any of my friends I announce

S For the sake of doing somethingstartlinir + I equipment from scratching the office of County Superintendent of Schools myself a a Vndidjt fur rv-cl 1 tion, I
and to 't into the : So would de riggers if dey knew the of Bradford county and respectfully! solicit! subject to ihe primal election in June. and
r g paper how, ++++++4-I +I +I +I -I-fl"IIJ.I +.*+ # 1 garden, but what would happen if your VOTIS in the June primary If elected. I I refer my pact rece-'d aa an evidence aa t

.. _" S a few literary persons long ago tried they had three legs each ? To prevent nil, endeavor to hold and increase the matirrouth what will! be my tarr.telToru in school t.j ii
'Cause Northern
i I to prove that Shakespeare's works Republicans I jist 1 444444444444444 1 such a contingency from taking of our schools in results and benefits tens in the future- __:JK W. KICKLITER. 0'

were nt written by him but by Francis vow I: + place he to the children of the county. I i MEMBER
A 4 neatly amputated the super- F. G. SCHELL. SCHOOL; BOARUDIST. NO. 2 fj
Am workin' in de Florida fields rightnow.
t Bacon.! Xow'comes a circuit + SEABOARD TIME TABLE. 4 fluous limb anj the patient is resting -- -- II To the Voter-t herby announce my candi- \
t FOR TAX COLLECTOR. iacy for member of the Board of Puplie lastruction [f j
judjr of Chicago and decides that Bacon
.S I + 4 easy. I I hereby announce myself a candidate for from Isril! No. 2. subject to the s<

'.. :I I was the author of Shakespeare's: Our friend Billy Parker in de bow of 4 New time table, takes effect 4 re-eli rtion for the office ot Tax Collector for I nomination of the prmary. I successful I cl

.i works. and thereby dissolved an injunction de boat, + 12:01 a. m. Sunday, Jan. 2, 191C. 4 POLITICAL IC AT STARKE.On rVmoora'-c Bradford county primary subject of June to the 6. action of the the.r.mi cause e to of usa tlcati:1 my \"A beet in Bradford ff.r to ad\an county. Ii
1916
and
S 1 j issued by Selijr, the motion I Am a tellin' all de people jist how dey + Trains will arrive in Starke as 4 if >4ectd to pive the office my time promise and- Your support 13 r.P uy slic.tE'd

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picture manufacturer, to restrain a L must vote + follows: 4 the people my servcie. Respectfully.! t N. c
; Saturday, May Cth, there will bea B. M. DOWLI G. -
l certain publisher from completing the An' up in Pennsylvania dey's makin'ob + 4 political picnic in Starke when I wish t say tohe voters of Brdor '
l' county -
; publication of books supporting the + I taVe this method of 1 county that I am a vndidale fur
a note Jacksonville to Tampa 4 and several state candidates will announcng: to the &a of the Btrd of Public Instruction
c tizens of Bradford m..mbr
Baron theory. We have too much Of all his sermons an' de letters dat. I No. 1 _____________11:14 p. m. 4 present their claims to the voters. Itwill didate for the office of c. Inty County that Tax I am Colle-ctor a can- I| fur No. i, aH if elected I promise \
I faith in Bacon's geographical knowledge fa thful service to on". and all and I respectfully d
r; he wrote. + No. 3 ----------___11:15; a. m. 4 be xjtjret to the will of the voters at the democratic gol.cit; -
a community whichall
? : to believe him guilty of placing + No. 9 (Limited) _____10:34:: a. m. 4 welcome. picnic to making pr.mary this to be held on June 6th. In I mary of June your supvrt. at the you coming for p pn A
are well
I Bricg filled bas- announcement I'C..r 1S6. Thanlin.
If de Gardeens of to my record
i the "desert of Bohemia" on the pea Liberty don't stay + (a'.ora. .
4 aa treasurer of the county and E ItGI.\S
: kets and prepare for a pleasant time. promise -
i coast, the Chicatro judge to the contrary straightHe + Jacksonville; to Cedar Key 4 the arne can ful attention to the office of collector -I MEMBER SCHOOL

I r I notwithstanding. I I IS say dat de Catholics will rule dis + No. 15 ______-_____ 5:04: p. m. *I IMPORTANTTrirVOTERS. if I am honored with G. election.W. HAZEN. I I hereby: announce HO1RO myself a DIST.candidate NO. J fo ,

I .- State, 4 -.- 4. Citizens of lawful age for voting, 1 re-tlection as Mtn.bt'r.C the Schexd Bar fo 1 ,
; DISTRESSING CONDITIONS I An' den will but I I hefty announce myself District No. 3. subje< to the th t
Gddamighty lose His + Tampa to Jacksonville + I not on the registration books of a candidate for democratic
\ the office of Tax Collector of Bradford prima-y election to be h"ld. t ab
711 I coun-
i mate + No. 2 _____________ 4:54: a. m. + Bradford county, must, in order to be ty. subjYct to the Democratic Primary of June June 6th. I resptctfuj{ solicit the support ffI
11 1 An all us riggers must "haul our ': able to vote at the June 6th i 6th. I!&!*. and solicit the support of the Democrat I. theot..rs at said pnriary election.
As showing that the newspaper and fNo. 4 _______-_____ 3:41 p. m. 4 primary I voters.. J. VERNON CHESLEY FOGG.
JONES.
) : printing business is facing conditions freight. 4 No. 10 (Limited) _.. 5:54 p. m. + j be registered on or before May 1st, S' J

l 5, that are distressing and necessitatean + + i on which day the registration books FOR COUNTY JUDGE. ,.I. h.rt.b announce Viyself a candidate for
I" He say: Look out, niggers, yo'll sho' : I hereby announce myself a.a candidate i MtmUT ot. tb Board uf Public Instruction
increase of prices for products of smell rats + Cedar Key to Jacksonville + 1 will be closed. I! for re-election: to the office cf County Judge for D strict subject to th ac- I

the industry, the following extract If de Democrat white folks beat old + No. 14 _____________ 9:24 a. m. + !j All persons, otherwise qualified to of the Bradford county. subject to the actien of i 'on*of conscientious the coming pr-riary.' in If the elected promis of- S'

: I' from a letter from a wholesale paper Catts + vote, must have their poll taxes for promise Democratic if elected primary to give June the 6th. 1916. and ( the county and the 8 dictrict.lce and therefore interest so- sl

}.. house is published: | 'Cause of + Wannee Traini + .' the past two years paid no later than : to the duties cf the office same in daily the future attention .,cit your support. T.{ J tfuUy.frl' .
niggers vote
none us .
can
"This a very trying time in the pa- out brats + No. 101 Leaves Starke 6:45: a. m. + the second Saturday in May, in order as in the pat.' GEO. _.'. J'lnOLTR -
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per business. After a great 4 Xo. 104 arrives Starke 2:45 m. + to enable them to vote at the comingprimary. GARDINER. FOR T.XSSEsrsg. 81in
many You'll all de Crackers wavin' p.
see a [ To tizens of Brr'tord
years spent in this line the writer has der hats. + T. J. GRIFFIN, Agent. + Exceptions are, persons the I office heieby of announce County Jude myself and a candidate for I. I th express my g nce.r gratitude County and appreciation -

ne\vr seen conditions as they are now. + + just attaining the age of 21 years, licit the support of the voters at respectfully the He-mi.! so for the very ynd consideration givenme 3}

"There is a growing scarc.it}. of materials Dar'll be a big racket all over displace 4444 + 44444444444 and persons over 55; years of age.IIGMNER. pr mary election to be held on June 6th.cratic I in in the the pa.-t.forthcomdemocratic and illicit your cordial support
I heiieve primary
I I dd;
that into the manufacture --- my duty. when I he'.d: the office election for the officeJof Assessor ofTa'as.
go before If I anl, cttd County
Rain I
of paper that has become alarming, An' lots ob us niggers will feel de MUCH NEEDED IMPROVEMENT.( i S '' -abU. and conscientious: discharge shall give of the an !Should I ajri> aluays find th4
me .
duties of the office. or read) to givehich ti
I rags that have heretofore found theirS disgrace T. J. DEKLE._. i i [set service of 1 am capable.Ve .

way into the paper mills are bringing If Gov'nor Trammell was to lose dis The county has had the main channel FOR COMMISSIONER DIST. NO.-i. I. 't'>.truly.N.S .

;) enormous; prices from munition plants, rate of Alligator creek cleaned out I I hertby announce that I am a candidate for : W.ISWRGI. ,
County C'lnrni-s .
I" as also are certain chemicals necessary An' Capin Xat Bryan disfigure his from the Seaboard trestle! west nearly ,I _. iderce and I'alt.tine! :once votine for, District.: precinct! No. 1.I Pro- 1 I I, hen by annnun.-njt cnriate for the .
ear-
S in the makingoC all kinds of face. half! "eM!' s-ol.cit the support of the .. :11cc of fax Assessor i'f Bradford. .unty. subject
paper. I a mile. After a couple of places I "''-' oter of thenict. to the D ml.caJ'r mar beM ; stst
plt'ddnoc 1 b 1
to faithfjlly!:
i \; discharge
There is no importation of raw materials left unfinished have been excavated, C : .' duties of the off.ce, : if eUctid.J. theI! June 6, 11-16. anj tan .tly 6.ICI ;ne 59pp0F5the =
But I let din white folks will feel I -.. I!iff Dtmoeratie v>'. at sa.j primary. s-
as heretofore; on the other and some tree J. BLACKWF.LDER. r .
mighty small tops droped into the .J p'tdxmjr! my.f.If: f (-ted. to KI .t in rtturfivood 'i

hard the mills have faced a very large I channel since it was cleaned out have I hereuy announce and faithful &er3.> eR.. -I.[ ..:. vI .
When all ob i ; my-tlT a candidate for
us Republicans vote next reClCtii.fl -I
: export business, which all tends to been removed the work will do much < : I to the office of County Commi..loner t. J.C BYRD. -
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( mnVe the prices go hicher. .. fall; 1 good and probably the S ,I for Dii-trict No 1 ( Providence and PalestineIhjrinr -!. FOR SUPER\IORJ; >F tl
An' some of dem Gardoens: jine wid save public road .. ;. .. .mv incumve rcy I have endi avnre-d to S RfCI TR.IOS. .
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"The question of price is not the : across: th. swamp from br'igwah'd! 0_ ;.. .1 wcrlt fa th'ullv for thi! intent of a' a Candida1.! f r. m ( ;
us all.We'll ; and my dis-tnc' of surH'rvUor of "tptlratum art! ,n:1:! thank
only thing to worry over, the inability by the :: ;: ; pronii.f r'-.lect..d.' to cont.nue to theirup IK
puch dem Democrats away heavy rains soon to come. :: I it to f-e: b.-t of ability t-r.e: the \nt..f at the eel| 'I prtma-% for
to my and
of mills to supply stock promptly at square \ '1- 1 .. ...:. 'I I < ctfjly! su'.cit'!; vuJr therefore rvEp < | d? wall. 'I "< '. supi urt at thy coming duties of office i j'j t the a'1:1 i : continue
.; this time is a source of great worry PICNIC AT LONG BRIDGE.; ":1. /4/ I tnmary. A. H.! VILLIMS.F0 to thi I )X.TI.elected rast f-,- another 5

t. to all paper dl'aI'rs.-Punta Gorda D. F. McDonald.! Lake Butler, FIn 't S ;.... --- --- term. & i C. A. R
"" ''' COMMISSIONER 1'IGIT.
Herald. :..;0;;+: ,. ,- ;;--..... I hI rihy DISTRICT. Vft. :I.! I -- -- -' ; .
I There will be a picnic at Long I \.. ,. County Commissioner announce myeej. a candidate for FOR CONST *UE: DKT. NO. I. d.a
4)S )IE- DEU.\LL MIST SERVE HIS ; P.utleri.: for di.-t.rt No. 2 (Lake S I taW this n-tthoi'of ann...' i' > to thefi'irens ;
and
Bridge
4 INSINCERE PEACE OVERTURES Thur.-d-iy, May 'Joth. where therar.didat.s I ) '1J: the voters of nrpectfill the solicit the support of of Law ley tf : I aT a cr-ida'! for
TERM I for : district at the cominc pri- Con-'ab'e in Hi-' Nubjert:
courty and state offices f.Iti I If an if. | rt
piaT. f !.oct..of I .
i! ... ;. promise to d tcharire the ii th. action S
( the
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will l>e present aril address the 1. \ d! :ti.p cf the office "rrimar' t b
impartially:
S voters. S : :: : and to have held on June 5th. t. your
S ( t'rmanhas again \:' mertures Tallahassee, Fla.. April 1?.-The Bring well filled baskets. Dinner on ; ,;..14ta AA the ir.tt'r.t of all the Pople always at he-art. -urport and prim q' "'Fpt'a..k. v to tb 0 I-1

toward peace, though she probably Supretr.e Court this afternoon affirm- the grounds. Dance with band music S \, '. fr'I: -R. J. ANDREWS. I' ..fiice if I a-n eled f* J I I Wt-RY. Siil

SUp', did not expect that they would te considered etho\ decision of the Circuit Court in for the young people. Refreshments S \,4v.OFifi.- ,tJ!<.I...._- i I I henihy announce myself! a candidate for I FOR CONSTABLE PIST. NO. t. .* J'
', the* entente allies. She "': :'" I C-.unty mmisfiorrf-r in and for District respectfully announce to t. c IZ'n ;
by
tl> case of John J. Mend"''nhall. recently sold (In the grounds. The speakers: r : }' }_ 1 :2 'I.a'e RJtler and Wonhinlrt ,. No. ;'arce district No. 6tIat I am .e .a"J.

only ask for these concessions: The convicted at Clearwater of the will: be introduced: by lion. A. B. Shaw. .. ''"',... .. ,,..4-t '. '?pectfu'y!! solicit! the suprort of the n voters and re-at for the office of C.i'-t>.'. u. .*
rt.l-t ,, caref'llattention
formation of Belgium with 4I :' '.>> < .!; l.'r. 'lie. democratic primary election htrict. I I am rhAv.i I ,i" .-", ,.
a rew r- nit r of Susan Elliot of of Brooker. :;-.a -- .ti/3.r'f. j to be held on the *. a
Tampa.lr. i r ; June 6th I PI'O'Y\i.e if d.t.. .f tV oiT.i- .
t! : .. "ii'- elected tv>> give :
creator freedom for the Flemings : July. Merder.hall I will be, sent to 4-14-tf. LONG BRIDGE CITIZEN'S.Whenever "0"'" ", '" ""',''''' ..... and Cunsc.er.tiuus attention to the djties carefill of- ti; acrin nl 5 1 r<

k than they have hitherto enjoyed, with th? State convict camps to servo life )'.I 1t7't iJt; -.;: /-.d.'i : the cffice. C. A. ROBERTS. 'j FOR CHUM;'-srKVF.M'K. iTt

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a more free co-operation with Germany ?,-rtr"vHe was formerly a wealthy! You Need a General Tonic ,, ; t''' $'r.S1z' --' I hereby announce mvelf! I I T hen by announce hl''I'e" I for
V ard none of the vassalage to 1.. Take Grove's ,). ".' ''' .' ''. to' 'JW: 'a'.. for the titles of as a candi-. re-electi.in! to the OTci, n' fVi-'v -. .'%')r forftrad'ord .
-' !JeTian ard) citrus of Pin- JI r. County Commi.-s i
grower i ; t oner for .
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i n county. .
I Englard: and France: the restoration e'Vs; Vir.tv and the case attracted The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless tih;: ., "H_.'t. t.+; .. .I', "' I I a1.-Co.'mieorer e Rutler! and "Wonhinirton Di-'i-'t No 2. ci>mprb>ini; this office I will. 8 I i t'am" t j i-'J.' .. .- .-- e my

.. of the kingdom of Poland, freed from nvich ftp ton. chill Tonic is equally valuable as a :...::.. -, .;J, A..7'-' $:''\; ... .... .\ djt-tr'ct. subjtct to the will! of Sl'rinn'otinlt'the democratic dirties accnrdinif to th.'tr \ i.. .'.. "fieut. at

Russian oppression, with an opportunity General Tonic because it contains the If'trri at the primary to lif held June 6 lllc! ; the f.ar or favor Tie "h'.r. .' '. -I. C
well known tonic I electedi'.l!! faithfully! d''ar\1' t'le' coming primary i < .
properties
duties
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.. S for develoi ment under German Prni.ation and IRON" It QUININE Mr. Griner will be "f the office.V.. R ALDER I\ Jr. 1'O, ':IL.
Austrian evacuationof Books Will Close acts on the Liver, Drives our next State d.i
and co-ororation: out Malaria, Er.ricbts the TV>d trl Treasurer. FOR COMMISSIONER -- i i
01 Close
ST. NO. 3. i Registration moks Will
northern France on conditions that May First. Register. j I Builds up tU. \\ hwle system. S3 ..in..s II I I Paid Adver ement. I hcrohy announc.. myself! a candidate for I| ,

I County Comm ionir for the 3rd Dii.Lrt and jy j i May First. Rgister.

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FRIDAY APRIL 28, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. :. PAGE FIVE

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Z5Z5iSi! C> oSi'i",""", """' : i s. i I .
!' .4 '.i''I4a is visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs.J. S

r'$5' R. Terrell. \;

j1 Yates-Freeman Nuptials I Ic LAKE BUTLER. Col. J. C. Adkins .nd family, of t.

Bits of LocalInformation r. Gainesville, spent' last." Sunday with i.-.
-- ""'" ii5 !S25 5' + . . Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Adkins.
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One of the most brilliant weddingsin was performed by Rev. George F. A Few Facts Regarding Lake Butler Mr. and :Mrs.: B. N. Smith and son,

: it I the history of Starke took place at Scott, a life-long friend of the bride's And Its High School. Hugh, are moving from Urooksville! to ,

t tI the First Methodist church Saturday family. During the ceremony Mr. The beautiful little town of Lake Gainesville, are spending a few daysin

evening, the 22nd instant, at eight Powell Carpenter played softly as a Butler is located at the junction of I. our city with :Mr.ind- Mrs. R. E.
L huh II CMi--HtI.. fI..I.. 3NlnUl ...tlryr. when Lucile violin solo "Thi Dell. ,
.. o'clock, Miss Edythe Flower Song. the A. C L. and G. S. & F. railways, -i iIr.
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in tIN C .ngr.nl r. .
Q- Freeman, only daughter of Dr. and ) The ushers for the occasion were therefore has a very nice transportation I ::\ Charlie :Manire vcas a visitor in i

Mrs. A. H. Freeman, and Mr. Lucius i j college friends of the bride, and were leading/ to the eastern and western Starke and Hampton last Sunday.Mr. .
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....-_ A. Yates, of Tallahassee, were united as follows: Misses: Jeannette :Matthews coasts of Florida and to points north- Emmett Kelley, .of Starke, !spent (.

I'u-nic wmi political speaKing at | William in marriage Rev. George F. Scott, Verna Monroe, of Live Oak; ward via Jacksonville and Valdosta. the wee;K end with friends here.
:Mr.: and Mrs. Foy and son, ,
Brooker tomorrow. j I pastor of the First Methodist churchof Nita Branch, of Tampa; and Louie- Lake Butler has two strong banks :Miss Louise Leveret, of Worthington -
also Mr. J. Smith of Floral Bluff, are
few weeks, vacation j j Arcadia, performing/ the impressive belle Brown, of Lawtey; all dressedin twelve good business: houses, two drug i Springs, is a ,visitor of :Miss: Julia 1
1 enjoying a previous *
Harry Baumstein was a visitor to to going north, with :Mr. and :Mrs. ceremony. white organdie and carrying/ out companies, 3 doctors, dentist, jeweler, Kendall this week. : 'Y

Jacksonville Tuesday I This was a rainbow wedding and the rainbow hues in their girdles; each I four churches, about one thousand inhabitants I :Mr. Hamlinton, of Gainesville: came

I Allan Stobo, of "Craigalea Farm. the pastel tones were carried out in carrying a shepherd's" crook wrapped and the best High School over as usual :Monday npht! to instruct

L. E. Jordan! was in Jacksonville on the school every detail of the beautiful decorations with white satin ribbon and and Normal in the county and one of the band ; '.
fail attend entertainment
business Wednesday.P. I Don't next to Friday evening, :May- i| and in the costumes of the many ed by a bunch of sweet surmount-I the best in the state. The ground; and Misses Mollie Thoma,*, and! Julia Anderson -

5th. A splendid of mu"it i I pretty attendants. Trailing vines, ing on the ushers were Messrs. Edwin buildings of the Bradford County Fair spent a few days in Jacksonville -

L. laskins.: Esq., spent Sunday program Further greens Easter lilies and sweet peas Freeman, Bob Smalley, of the University [ Association are also locat'd.here, this week.:
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with relatives in Starke. I and plays is will being prepared.in next Fri.day's were used in profusion, while many of Florida, Roy Callahan and which altogether, make it a desirable :Mr. L. A. Duncan way in Gainesvilleon

particulars appear j lighted tapers added much to the general Hubert Stickman, of Tallahassee. place to live. business last :Mondaj'.

Dr. J. 0. Haynes is in Atlanta. He ;, paper. II I effect. In front of the chancelwas After the ceremony the bridal party We have a $20,000 school building :Miss Louamanda Pitt holster, who

will be back in Starke :Monday.: an arch adorned with white satin left the church in reverse order to the with an equipment of an $STO labora- has been teaching mu-i: : at Loughman,

Starke Colored almost laborers are for arriving work at the in i I j ji ribbon, vines and sweet peas, and in way in which they entered, walkingtwo I tory and a $72S library. In this school returned home last Sa';>irday night
i daily I
A. Z. Adkins, Esq.) was in (",aml'S- taken I i front of this arch the bride and groom. and two, while as a recessional there are ten of the strongest teach. Miss Rona :McDonal, who has been

ripe on legal business Tuesday. I i Waller camphor farm. They are& j stood when they were made man and )[rs. J. C. Adkins played knd'lssohnsI I ers than can bo had. handling an enrollment teaching school at MaVetta. returned.
in charge by J. W. Andrews! ?
son'l Wedding March. Mrs. U. G. Turner, I of 34G pupils.In home Saturday.
who them their d > .
transport to ( wife.As
John Clemons, a well known citizen', a musical prelude Mr. Powell of Gainesville, directed the wedding the high school department thereis Mrs. Florence O'llari and baby, of s

of Brooker, was in Starke Monday. 'i tion by automabilc.:: .1 Carpenter rendered Traumerei as a music. a crowd of young men and women West Palm Beach, is voting/ her parents I

an'Ison violin solo, and :Mr. How;rd Randall, The ribbon bearers were attractively who have been doing/ and are doing Mr. and Mrs. G. Swaverly.
Mr. and Mrs.; I. W. Pinholster l II
The Episcopal Guild meetsith Mrs. I of I iwtey, !sang" "Because" by D'llar- attired for their part in the affair, some very nice work. This year there Messrs. Percy mv<,rs 'fommie ITew-
; of Brooker: motored over to
Guy
H. C. Richard Tuesday at :!::w< p. m. I,I Starke Wednesday evening. They were I II !: delot, accompanied by :Mrs J. C. Ad- Margaret Mozo wearing violet taffeta, will be seven graduates! the largest itt, :Mike: and Ansel :Cone, motored .

!I accompanied home by :Mrs. A. S. Mc- I kin of Gainesville. The ceremonies Margaret Long Nell rose crepe dc number' yet to graduate.We through to Jacksonville; Saturday l

Miss Kate Duncan, of Tallahassee, were opened by the ribbon bearers, chine and Augustus Long and Char also have a competent music night. ,
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:Milliin: and little son, who willl.e 1 their
spent several days in town last! week. I guests for a few days. Margaret Lozo, of Jacksonville, and lie Marks were handsome in white teacher with a large class. Mr. Willie Andrews ;,11 Ilui-ert Ed-

I ____ Augustus Long marching up the left suits. The normal class consists of twenfy- wards made a flyirg nip to Raiford t.

Miss May Dyal], of Tampa spent i;1 Mr. and Mrs E. S. Matthews had as aisle, while Margaret: Long and Char- A beautiful reception was'en at eight young man and women who, under Sunday afternoon. I

the week-end with Mrs. 0. J. Grif week-end guests their daughter, :Miss: lie Marks entered from the right aisle. the home of the bride's parents immediately the direction and supervision of The recital on last j Friday night. .:

fin. I Jeannette Matthews, and her college The bridal party was heralded by a after the ceremony, and a Prof. S. A. Draper, assisted by :Misses: was well attended horoughly enjoyed .

I mate, :Miss: Nita Branch, of Tampa. processional entering/ the church singing large: number of guests were enter Fogg, Bradley and Smith, are doing by all. \ I
Joe Hill Williams, Esq., was in the Bridal Chorus from The Rose- tained. For the convenience of the some excellent work. We have of this :
the
The ladies were ushers at There bUil'.ng: given on
young
metropolis: on legal business Wednes- I Yates-Freeman wedding Saturday maiden, marching up the aisle and bridal party, carpet was laid from Dr. number some who have been attending : was an egg ..:
the lake front last SatirJay night by
day. taking/ their places in the choir stand. Freeman's residence to the church. other schools and not being/ able to delightfulgames t I

evening.Mr. Those singing in the chorus were The rooms of the lower floor were /get the desired work in those schools the young/ people.: Mfny ...".

Mrs. Helen White, of New Orleans, :Mesdames: U. G. Turner, J. E. Futch, thrown rnsuite and artistically decorated have left them and joined our class were played andtat a late hour
:: Edward P. Duncan, formerly I' the which '!.ted of eggs; 1
is stopping at the home of Mr. M. T. I A. Z. Adkins Mises Lois hall in whore supper, fon
: cashier of the Bradford County Bank, Peek, Louise the being draped ivy, they can get any grade of work was served. The "If
and ,
BitdL Besscnt and Ottie Gray, of Gaines- the parlor in ferns and white flowers, desired. cral'kers. pickles : .
but now a state bank examiner, was crowd then departed ty their homes
I few examine the the dining/ room in sweet peas, while As every ono knows, or should know .
:
here a days age to ville.Ten I declaring that they hill had a mostenjoyable
Hon. A. V. Long was in Jacksonville two local banks. His daughter Miss little boys and girls as candle the library and living room were the expense of running this normal i' evening. .

on professional business Tues I Kate Duncan, accompanied him and bearers, their costumes reflecting the decked with greens and !sweet" peas. \ paid! by the county all except board J 1

day. several with Starke friends. various hues of the rainbow came Assisting Dr. and Mrs. Freeman in which can be had ?t reasonable rate I )Do not forget the (upper at the

I spent Jays next in the procession. They were receiving and entertaining were :'Ilrs.1! *vhile other schools of th'= en'mtv'nd I home of :Mr.: and :Mrs; Jessie Casoii i

Cecil Adams, who had been in :Miami i I next Friday evening qr the benefitof J
received Friday from Sammy Sternberg, wearing a pink C. W. Liddon. Mrs. Freeman's si'ter. other counties chirre tuition. Therefore ;

during the winter, has returned to j Newcomh A telegram Barrs, of Jacksonville on who satin suit; Owen Griffin, blue satin: Mesdames J. M. :Mitchell U. G. Tur- :.'1Y pupil siring to enter thl-; : the new church Lu .linl!. Everybody -

Starke.Mr. j wa to have been a groomsman in the Ruby Davis;, yellow taffeta; Hattie ner, and :Miss Carrie Amelia Ray. I j .I I-is" .iay do\ 10 .1* any time and witb- come. i\ tJ

Yatl'sFr'man"I'ddin Rae Weeks green taffeta: Isla Pop- :Mrs. Freeman wore a lavender! silk out :a- y expense, ev rptinr; 'Jo, rd. Th,'

Tom Ashley, of High Springs, night announced the !serious" Saturday illness::: pell, pir.k taffeta: Louise Stewart, blue with silver lam bodice and flouncing teal: -i-h'irl ni'1: roptjniv+r UT". :\lay

is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. of his, father. Dr. C. C.: Barrs at Dun- taffeta; Mary Ella Edwards!; yellow while her accessories were of silken 19.! and, following this un until June 1 CURIOUS IBITS ((

Mixon.L j edin. Dr. Barrs died Friday night: taffeta: Francis Colley. green taffeta: grav. In the receiving line in the the normal will lie conducted!' :,t p'ivati -

I and was interred at Jacksonville Sat- :Mary Canova. pink taffeta; Harriet[ parlor stood!" the bride! and groom and expense.! So it seems that it i is: n OF HISTORY : ::1

H. Austin, of Jacksonville, was Ritch. blue taffeta.As their attendants. j I II waste of money to attend private ,

t in Starke the first of the week visiting i urday. the bridal party entered the Refreshments were served on the I schools, and pay a good tuition when PEGGY O'NEAL XNDCABINET THE '
t.
I j relatives. Messrs. Jus. Bolt and his son. Bvn-n chorus sang The Bridal! :March from spacious north porch which was decorated :, the re i is one being conducted in the *,

1 1 I Bolt of Brooklyn were in town Thurs- Lohengrin. The brut"smaidc! Misse-- with greens and! moss. Assisting j I county. t r f' ,
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: The W. C. T. U. will meet :Monday said that route for the Victoria Coleman, of Plant City, wearing Mrs. Freeman in serving an ice | The reason for this, may be everybody I I y 1
the :Methodist day. They a A. W. M.,CY.
: afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at By
: branch of the Dixie Highway from yellow; Marion Alford, of Tallahassee course were :Mesdames C. A. Marks did, not know on what basis i and
\ : !I William I
church. I II Palatka to Like City has just h't'nsurvl"'d blue: Eva Futch. of Gainesville I). P. Edwards, A. Z. Adkins and R. i i 5nt 'vbat ort of work w-e were lr.inf.. : For many year1L: : :
In Washington -
O'Neal tavefi .i
I t'I from Palatka to the Bradford lavender: Ollie Henderson, of II. Barbour of Jacksonville. As each We :.rl" not boasting of any thing that kept a

: The U. D. C. will meet next Wednesday line Brooklyn but :MonticHlo, pink advanced down the guest was served! Miss Aileen Alvarez wo haven't got or any work that we where msnf congressmen i
near
! :: 3rd with Mrs. I county ard senators fund board
I aft'rnoonIay that the survey will not be continued left aisle i while the groomsmen, Mes- presented them with a favor bouquetof } are not doing, for we have our doors landlord had
J. E. Wilson. and lodging. The
I II before it becomes known what this 'rs. Th- n. Pror or. of Tallahassee R. sweet peas. open to any one who would like to ancJ sprightly ,

will do in the matter as the Rr.v White of Orlando, Dr. J. Kent In the dining/ room and living room come and see our work.A a good-looking I '
candi- i county In her de
A. B. Surrency, of Brooker, I daughter very lUelvjj
Johnson of Tallahassee
route continued will traverse Bradford and HenryE. I were to be seen numerous and beautiful STUDENT. /
date for commissioner in portment. Her nsrpA was Margaret -
was
county
Freeman, advanced! down the the hand-
in northwesterly direction.I right wedding gifts, among
I a called
always
town but she was
Wednesday.Wm. ,
aisle! all the groomsmen wearing conventional somest of which was a chest of flat
I Christian Church Notes.( "Peggy" O'Neal.among the
lress; suits and white silver from Mr. Yates' close! friends,
Burns is kept busy varnishingand i J you share your postoflice box carnation Onlv the forenoon service was held boarders were Majc? John H. i
.
boutoriere.Th Mr. Max Kwilecki and Dr. J. Kent
repairing/ furniture, mending and with several other people you may expect I at Lake Butler last Sunday as the Eaton and Gen. Ar. row Jackson
matron of honor Mrs. GeorgeW. Johnson. From the bride's mother
painting fences, etc your Telegraph will PO astrayI I Ranti;>a Sunday school needed their Later on Peg/ marrieda
I times )) if children Mozo. of ..hAfnyilll"'I"arin! !! pink was a beautiful white bed room suite i
at especially are
I .... church for the evening service when man named TlmbtHake, but
sent to the mails. ThLs is contingency *i., and carrying a arm bouquet] of for the new bungalow; also many elegant -
H. C. Waters is shipping large quantities i get a I they rendered a'ry creditable Easter I In 1828 she was teat; a widow.
against which the best care of Killnrnev rose?. came next in order! gifts from not only their friendsin Eaton
of sweet draws in spiteof progrnm.Rev. The next year Major ; _
potato ".1 was Wlnwed bv the maid of honor. Florida but also from other states,
publisher and i
the to mail
the dry weather.Dr. I your pnner. Coleman will preach at Lake I married her. When Jackson be
.... :Miss Theodore Roberts of Tallnhasrn ) :Mrs.: Yates was until recently student
1: the: best care of the ro"t aster to plane' a Butler next Sunday, both forenoon and came president rt tirade Eaton !
''"''. mber of the faculty of theVnmen' at the Woman's College, where
it in the h"x availeth not. Before There-
Willan, a prominent Sunday proper evening at the usual hours. his secretary of war /
school worker, lectured in the Baptist you complain] to us that your naI S'nte C011""p. wearing green I"rep i she was unusually popular, resigningthe 1)0,1., welcome.The E\el1'-\\ upon ensued a grrVt hubbub

church Tuesday evening./ I per has not been sent be !sure" that it d<' rhine and also carrying Killnrf i presidency of the Senior Class on new church building at Lake among the lad! e,,{ and the

i i has not been taken out by someone *v rotes Preceding the bride! and] account of her approaching marriage.She Butler goes gradually on toward com- other cabinet m4nbrs refusedto

Prof. E. R. Poppell, of Lake Butler, 1 sharing/ the box with you. f'attPrin"E'f't pens in her pJth.:1" is a beautiful young/ lady of rare pletion. associate wi* firs. Eaton,
he little fiow girl L+eile Mitchell talent and accomplishments:: her
I pop- of her origin and
because Icwiy
:
candidate for county superintendent, Church efficiency i i.s the dominantnote
WOODLEY WILSON. in! mininture bridal attire, the droso ularity !>I'ingo'idenc(1 by the wide because of certain ugly stories
was in town :Monday.Mrs. : in church work today. But vet
being pT>d<* of ivordeon! pleated chif- interest taken in her marriage. Mr. that had been told bout her.
sad for th" churches that many leaders
fo" and loco Empire style. Yates is a successful business man and
Archibald Hendry and little I Mr. Malcolm W. C. Woodley, of Boston have never had one day of real training The fiery president took her
The bride entered the ofher both in social and business
daughters spent Easter with Rev J. and Miss Jennie R<*na Wilson!, on arm popular in church service, no one de- part and a Pretu>ttrian min-

A. Hendry and family. daughter of :Mr. and :Mrs. J. E.: Wilson father. Dr. \. II. Freeman a.n,1 life.For ideal of a clvirch goal. Such nf II' i.er led the right; ajainst her.
I nr de 3 loyolv picture in her bridal tra1inrfrs./ : Yates wore a T.cr)5: terp l< "fifing all r
!" of Lawtey, were united in marriage yenmuch to ponder I Tim. .:.l -
robes of Duchess satin fashioned withHoprn'otte blue cloth coat suit, trimmed with line tcth sides,
Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson haveas Columbia This a':;ng tl.t tn I
the 24th d hy of Anril in off season is a trying time for
c''on". rare Inre and pearls taffeta and a chic turban to mateh. consisting chiefly of >otters and
their guests Mrs. Finder and :Mrs. S. C. After the ceremony the church work. But let us not lie
TTer long! tulle veil fell from its chnn- Immediately after the r'cpptionIr.: newspaper articles. ,)It Is said
Tomlinson, of Valdosta.Mrs. couple left for Bonn to visit tJ,1"J'Toom's those who get grouch because
among a -
I l"t of onn<'p bloccnm.s to the end of and :Mrs.: Yates left in their car for that President J..: Ii"'. letters
parents. They will make of the off season and then get
lest fora the co"rt fi-tin. Her ornament5 were ;i :Miami, via Jacksonville:, and from alone, most of them written by
Emily Philips Tuesday Jacksonville their home. grouchy and FO become discontentedwith
visit with t".o f'w"led nins o"" the Alpn"U', Miami will go to Cuba for the honey his own hand, wolild make
her :Mr.
son Flournoy
I I many other things that ought to
"":\ n"l\rit\ and the others S moon. about 100 pagea or ordinary

Philips, of Tallahassee. Ladies! and children! will receive E. f...>tArr>;+v. of which she is a I Among the out of town guests, besides brine us comfort. I: book print. The ds: "oiutlon of _
careful attention bv I Hubert Bennett the
courteous and representative
I was -
ci"J"r. Th<* bridal veil those in the little :Eater was
Jesse was caught HPi : taking part wedding/ the cabinet a on
Strickland has returned to Melvin George: at mv i ice rr""m and I of the Y. P. S. C. E. at the De-
:.
Starke and hsa salesman with whit" p-rilr lace pin with dinmordc w'rt'Iiss: Kate Liddon, of Jacksonville not solely due to this| affair, but
accepted a cold drinks parlor comer Tall and Lnnd convention. Hubert reports
a
ship in J. Manning: store. frt ii Pli'ini'rn. a gift from ; :Mr. W. A.,, Barrett of Green "Peggy" O'Neal was .a contributing -
Walnut streets, formerly Rodney Turnt'r's. pplerd'd convention and wvl timeas
I the .rMm TT r flowers were a lawn I Cove; lion. Harry Goldstein of );'er- a cause.
J. P. Robinson. It. well fine nnlift in the
Mrs. A. Price left Monday for her i -"tH11I't nf rid'<: roses nrd sweet nandina; Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown, as a'PTV I z 7f
I convention. We to have his report -
neac. Thn ri'1 },. Master E"- :Mr. and :Mrs. Louis 11. Hill of Law- are I
summer home, Kingston Pa. Her ,'4 .a. +' Jt -''' !! .flrpr. i f
++
++++++++" +"+ revt Sunday. Let every member --f
many friends hope to see her here + oane f..ft\\.C c. advanced nn the left tey; Mrs. John Ritch and Miss Effie be '

again next fall. "i i le rT"nc' the ring in the top of a Hitch, of Valdosta Ga.; Mr. Archie present.
At the Churches CURIOUS3ITS
ij J bag of o-old. Robertson: :Mac Griff, of Tallahassee;

Mrs. E. W.; Harris and little son, of + The c'rnntyi ;in<1 J,
Jacksonville, returned home last Sun I I +..+++ "' '''''' '''H-+++++++ M"v K1'n'k'; "f Till..Tinccpe., entor. reer and! Coleman from U. of F., of Thursday .1"ternoonIay: 4th, i _

day, after a short visit with Dr. and | ST. M.1RK'S.Next 01' f'OTl thn r'nr hand door of the, i Gainesville; Mrs. J. T. Wills. Sr., Mrs. 3 o'clock. i tt ra-.i .a

Mrs. J. C. Wills. I Sundnv, holy communion and! ,.""..rb fl"\
I sermon., 11 o'clock. Sunday school 10 bride! to the altar were the ceremony I May! Dyal, of Tampa. Text Rev. "::0! -Elmer Adkins. BY A. W. MAC.V.

Hon. A. I). Andrews, candidate for o'clock. Song. I II
I : rl
state senator and Rev. W. L. Over- Pnver.Bible '
I I MRS. WHITE GIVES SILVER CLOSING OF HIGH; SCHOOL. I l I Of the many catirr jnistic societies -
street, of Raiford, were visitors;. to 1 METHODIST.[ TE.I'1 lesion; read by; leader. that have sprung: up and

Starke Wl' flourished fcr a s ficj, rors.s
Rev. II. G. Denison will preach at I.i-t Thursday afternoon, at thr'e-I j The pupils and patrons of the Starke and Willie Dekle.: more interesting thai" tHe Har

The Irish potato crop around here the Methodist church next Surdiv thirty Mrs..1.:: W. White entertained High School are looking forward with Sentence nrayers. monists. This society v.33 '

this season is unusually small, but i is evening.: His subject ,,'iIII.e "Whence bv giving a silver tea this lIf'ingone | much pleasure to the commencement Around the world with Jack and founded in V/urtt oic-crg, Cer- \

doing fairly well considering' the drawbacks Whither" of a series of teas that have been exercises to l>e held :May 3 and S in Janet.Memnlt. many. The frstme..ican; set c

of cold and dry weather.Mr. planned to raise money for improvements the auditorium.The vere I tlement was mal in Penns--

BAPTIST. on the parsonage. II children are being well trained Business.: I vania, about twenty-five miles

The following/ program was carried in their parts and! Friday right. May Sone.Mipah..
,
and Mrs John Ritch. Miss ElTie There will IK preaching at the Baptist from Pittsburg. Hrc; .the members
Ritch and Master John Ritch. of Valdosta church both morning and evening, out: ."), will be in charge of Mrs. Hughes= I : I built substar! ial :swellings! ,

Song "Onward!, Earnest Women" with other numbers given by the graded !- I 1805
were visitors: during the weekat churcHes, mills, etc.. and In
to whch the public i i.s cordially invit-
the home Chorus by society. tea--hers. The first part of the I : numbered about
of Mr.[ X. T. Riti-h. ed. "I was glad when they said! unto C. E. Proiram. I the community
Svnnpsic i of April number of the"Voice' ev'ningIrs.. Hughes'{ music:" elms:" will 750. After a few years theyaiapted .
me, let us go into the hou"<* of the For Sunday, April 30. at 0 p. m.
Mrs. (Missionary: : papt'r-lrs.) J. : delight: the audierce as usual with celibacy; and prohibitedthe
Mary Green of Waldo arrived Lord." W. G. LAW. Pa'tor. Tonic, Using Sunday for this World
Wednesday be at the bedside of her I I W. White. beautiful songs in fancy (costumes: and the N'ext. use of tobco, th .rely causing

sister Mrs. vdnr.; "The Call} of the Voice"- bright, pretty music, violin and piano sore to withJrart. In 18t4
Hester Kite, who lies very Text, Ia. :i13:1-t-John: Henderson.Song. .
ill at her home, foot of Orange street.R. Cut class just received at Mitchell'sDrug Mrs I). E. Knight. and her youngest pupils will render! they p"rchased a teat of 30.CCO r':

StorE: I Rending Od Topic: The Childat i cln=sical selections from memory: : acres in Posey cofenty, Indiana,
Rifle: lesson!" rend by.leader.
I l'hOI-B\ Circle. I which is remarkable for chilJren six :i and removed::! these the next = i
S. Season
Fernandez is of .
suffering from'a Dr. Turner will he in Starke Saturday tnimentnl. "D('cd of Valor" (Plor-I years old. t praver.Svmpn'i"m. year. Ten years inter they sold *;
nervous "Hr\v I Sun
breakdown and has Spend My
bl'elemo.t'd and Sunday of each week prepared risonMi s White. I The )act: part of the evening a short cut and returned : ta Pennsylvania. -*'
to sanitorium. I, 1a\"c--\11 taking part. '
friends a His many to serve you, if in need of dental Vocal "The Sandman" Paul play will be given: by the Pth, nth ar.d They foyisrie: ; *: .for some .
hope to soon see him j Di':cu!:sion. "The kind of a Scrod:v
among services. 42Stf. Krht. I I I 10th grade pupils.Mont'av yrs, and at or; time their
118 again in his wonted health. 'I! that i is best for our minds! our bodies: ;
estimated "
I I| This Was a ver" interesting meetinrr. night: will l\01" tho irradaating wealth was variously. VI
I ard sriirits.C. .
REGISTRATION. n'-.ixit twenty la''' '" *>,,,in.npre=- exercises. An attractive pro,rrami OIT at 55.CW.COO to q5.tCP.CCO. In

is Mr. J. R. nonley. of Dublin Ga., I, *>"t. Th" hottest;. nsci: <:tfd by )trc:. 0. i ha benn arranged by th-* sr-.,.l"atos, E. Convention f.port-Hult after years they ;:.d/l'ndled, in

c..here on a visit with Mr. and Mrs. The registration books will I'lo"p W. \Vnite.; Mi*"""? Ol"fiv! and ra'- j cs'ictecl i by punils from the music! class D.nt'tt.Pu"inIIs.. ru-rb'rs. and in 13-4 they sold

J Daughter.N. Cooper Mrs. Cooper being his tCtmorronig 1t. April :29th. Those sie White, served delicious refreshments with piano selections.Mr. cut a1!! their!: !holdings; ti a Pitts-

Mr.[ nonley is favorably not registered take notice pin neglect Benediction. !turg syndicate. _

impressed with our strawberry indus- this particular will debar them from E. K. Perrvman t.is n. town visiting -

try and says it is "immense." I voting in the primary. I Red the Telegraph1.50 A year his sister, Mrs. I.. A. ]) n'i3. Mr. T. D. Terrell, of Jacksonville! Read the Telegrap'ji.50! a year. '






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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY, APRIL 2S, W6.

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R J ': !' EXPERIENCING PLANNED TO KILL MORGANWas THIS WOMANGAINS35POUNDS EVER CALOMEL SALIVATED? HORRIBLE BY I =---its -r


I to Ram the Banker's Auto With ,

Car. .

I Another I Calomel is Quicksilver and Acts .... '. JJ ,(' -y .
ZEPPELIN RAID ". -r : ., ._ -0 .r

Fl f i I j NEW YORK April 24.-Harry L. i I i : Like Dynamite On ".'Je'""!;.'.._. ,_. .:-............I. o.p'L. J -- .... r.r' -

a t former munitions worker. ..'. -.f.\' .t.-J r:...:;;; .:::- -4 .
I .
1 a .
Newton) = t.Z' .
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''who here Thursday, after i Your Liver. v..... .. ''' ,, ','.-.. -. -. -... '!\-.1i-
I was arrested Another Thin, Frail Nervous 't 0 0' 0"' :,p

Incidents of a Night in London entering into an agreement to blowup I '.: :.. '\ ; . ;" ''-' .. ,

i munitions: plant, was preparedto l Pain Wracked Woman is 4: : ':'lC r --; 0 I '-.; ;. \' f
\ During a Recent ZeppelinBombardment. a j Calomel loses you a day! You know ,

t kill! J. P. Morgan, according to an ; Restored to Health. j what calomel is. It's mercury; quick- .... '."T,1- ...-

a5davt:: submitted today in the Tombspoli.'e I I ,.. .
ilHr. Calomel is dangerous. Itcrashes
i / ;., /:
court. On the strength; cf this -..

\. Newton was held for exam- I "Honestly, I am petting so: fat I am | into sour bile like dynamite, I
On the night preceding; that of the document cramping and sickening you. Calomel
1 really!! ashamed to tell you how muchI I
Liz September raid of Zeppelijs on ir.:. :l'n next Tuesday.Ir. attacks the bones and should never be i 1
tb aiSdavit made by Lieutenant I hate gained said Mrs Nettle Mcllarr. 1 I
London there was a sort of a scouting put into system.When I 1I
your
1 Ilarr.itz and corroborated by ; Nashville. Tenn., several daysago. I
'I visit d-irir.j which bombs were drop- t-e-'tive< you feel bilious sluggish, constipated i I II
s
t r.W.!: Galley; a Fifth avenue contractor !
d in the vicinity the Woolwicharser.a and all knocked out and believe
I
Pt I
it has
.1' the it i is sworn that Newton prom- I "Actually, gotten to be a rep- I .
six rom dose of
!, rite or Jr.l need a dangerous
you
n t; !I cvnUr of the metropolis. 1o:o-ig ivd to kill! Mr. Morgan, if well paid i ular joke for I have gotten so stout calomel just remember that your druggist -
Can You Afford but
incor.siderab'le for i it. by rur.r.ir. an automobile! at that rr.y clothes: are too small: for mo. Any a Titan
I out with a friend: to SKthe; rather sells for 50 cents a large bottle !
f It and dress: I wore last:; whiter:
barker's every
damagevrousht: in this f.:1'1:!!: speed into the car. Dodson's Liter Tone which is
o : : of : entirely -
-; 'I ) will haze to be made over aain.he: Kerosene ?
cter.t'ailEd.. Newton promised' Engine r
this: !:
vicinity, the writer was shown hy the ; : vegetable! and: pleasant to take ,
t accordir.tr: to the! aXdavit, to earna continued, "and the change! in my general ,
"a of iro d"fpeJ from for calomel.It .
police shttt ::. and! i is a perfect substitute l
I the visitir.c; ir.achir.e. on which wa time: bomb i into Mr. Morgan's offices l appearance is wonderful that my is guaranteed to start your liver AT present average prices for ]kerosene and
friends and neighbors all wondering
declaring : are -
it there. Newton !
:leave
'. while letters; abut an and without inside and I
itenciled
I! stirring you up ] Titan
what I have been doing with i gasoline kerosene engines
'- inch in heipkt "We are coding! back Karritz swore that b could! accom- rcyself. can not salivate. ; save I
button inscribed When they ask: me I just tell
to give you English swine a good blow'in j, plish this by displaying a "- Don't take calomel! It makes you their owners about i.ic. per hors;;: power per
service them 1 have been takir.gTanlar.. and
his
; "In ; majesty's
tomorrow ni:ht. This "bit of : sick the next day it loses a day'swork.
; you
;f up !Ut i is fact. for I have finished hour over gasoline engines.
'" which he used whieworkr.! : !!' in a Ca- a just my I f
':Hraf.r:::, as an o:!:Icer called! it, was''i Dodson's: Liver Tone straightens -

t- '.. treated entirely as a joke and a tuff :1 i radian: munitions factory. '.I third bottle and have pained :;:, you right up and you feel great. Figure it this way. On an S-horso:; c>i.urir.c the saving I

but it i was destined, to t* madgoof! I 1.I Newton was held in court today on pounds.hen Give it to the children because it is 8Sc.tn: hour, SSc. in a lo-hour d i IY, SS in 100
ter !I I the medicineI
'1 chars! of violating a :section of the began, taking I
i with a ver.ceance.; '1'penal a code dealing! with "an atterrpt'to only weighed 105 pounds and now Iweigh .' it perfectly; harmless and does not days of work. Say that is all your engine does in a
!! outolur. '
I I Phone message: caing: : : grirl ((10-4Vs )
'I'' commit a crime." Gail was fixed 1 li\ and never felt better in mylife. year. ?
r teer f.remer., constables;: nurses, and i i

t other fir.Tfrer.cy: workers. hean; to beer at -.0'0.; !I MRS. PANNELL IS FREED It would cost you $88 more than you steed to pay, to l I'
I I I
.- : out I tfore 10 o'clock on the fol- !! __ "I 1 always enjoyed very pood health run an 8-horse gasoline engine one ytar That is more

{ lowirjr: right, but the first the jrer.eral: '' Registration Books Will Close II Iup'! bean. until haying about indipestion.two years ago which, when gradually I- I:I., Georgia: Jury Found "No Bill" for than a third of the price of the engine. Cn you afford to :

public knew of the coming of the raid- May First. Register. developed into a bad form of !i! Killing Edward Pannell throwaway a year? Can you aflor liven to think of :

ers was through the rearing detonations :: __ ----.1 <:omach trouble.! This trouble began I buying a gasoline engine when you can get a Titan that

I : from the direction of the East stretched to the northeast, a< far kerosene?
away I uses See the Titan dealer and talk this I
pulling! : me down and I finally pot so A TL.T A.-Mrs. Mollie! Alvera over.
End. Instantly from tenements hotels a? my eye couldee.. Ten minutes ; He has
I could not eat anything at all scarcely Powell who shot and killed her husband some interesting figures to show you. ;
and theater:, garbed in after
:, everything later-when I came up again
ar.d had to diet myself continually.
Pannell in the
Edward dining
from bath rotes to evening dressLondon's ) the ring: had cea.-td-there? were onlyfour 1
I had to avoid sweets of all kinds and room of their home in this city, has International Harvester cf America
\ millions began pouring into i ii or r.ve. One of these was from a I I Company ,
always after eating! I would suffer foi I been her freedom without hear-
i I the strets ai.d squares to "see the fun broken :gas main in an alley, and 1 given (Incorporated) 1

and to not over one or two in a thons- | another from a celluloid factory in I hours. ing or trial. The grand jury consid- .t-

and did the raid sink home a* anything; i ij the East End, which burned all ni ht. "I was also very nervous and dizzy I ered the evidence against her, particularly Titan kerosene engine are told bj !
and was easily tired. I finally pot so the of her daughter I
testimony ,
dramatic. '
than tremendously dueentirely
1 more a j This most creditablywork was !
I j and highly! diverting spectacP.t I'I'I iI to careful provionary meas weak I could not walk any distance Miss Elva, in a hearing lasting an i

From where I watched at my win- j :ures. The London fire department: without resting. My kidnmus I hour and a half, and returned "no DeWitt C. JonesSTARKE
have been affected also for I had severe : -
I ; bill" in her favor. Mrs. Pannell broke
? I dow I saw one searchlight! after ar.oth- wa always an efficient one. and care
I I! pains in my sides and back. ] down cried when told that she
; !1 er Sr.gup and fasten on the Zepj j had been taken not to weaken it by !: and
I. "My[ sister Mrs. Minnie Hall came i would not have to face a trial on acharge FLORIDA.
: t I pelir.s: much after the way the reataof ;:; I enlistments: for the armA large I I
I to see me one day and she; looked so of murdering she had
a man
; ; : a band of cowloys accumulate: oran number volunteer firemen had also,: Ii. | ----
; ; ht'r'what -
well I asked she had been |
i married when she 13;) of ,
I' especially; refractory steer. D'it I been taken on and traired. and the was years age
takirp. She told me Tanlac, and I later divorced and then married
again
I here there was no entangling:: rostumbling were summoned! by, telephone as! !oon Best
I made up mv mind right then and thereto and whom she finally killed when "an- .4 ; way to i =:ftrn' no pause.: Swiftly! the rarders -] a- the Zeppelins v.-ere reported from l .. 4' *" __ ...
I it trial.ctir.z rt: .
give a other woman" lured him from her and
,, came on, and presently 1! the easternt1 ; the co:!:?:!. i i it .; Buggies
I ".\ her advice I bought a anci ; ords
heavens were alightvth the f.re.that .- : on because he in turn was trying to lure
Lik" all hiirh explosives, those usedin I
I '. bottl and have teen taking it regularly : his daughter Elva. with fine clothes
I I :
had in t..eIra,,"_. At ,
; sprung' up the bombs dropped on London: displayed -
i since. tf course; I expected it to ,
I first there was no apparent connection 't characteristic "freakr.ess. and! baubles! into what the mother believed ,

'J h I' I between the su'id-n burst of tfanv I A bomb' a which struck almost exactlyin help me. but if anyone had told m1 would have bre-n a life of shame ; i ;: ?.i,
I that there medicine earth
on
wa a Whether rot the relatives of Pan- I
I I from the earth ar.d: the explosion.-: : the -enter of Qi.een's Square, shat- or ? :
l like TanlacI
that would have helped
me icll will c.t. farther reprisals; ,: i i"
If \ as the machines came nearer I beganto -ji.pt
!: terirg the fronts of several hospital.ur.d -,
..' ; I i observe that the lutt"r followed! the window within would not have believed them not k..owr. They contend! that Pannell ,
breaking ..
kst.fa
every "The medicine seemed to be just th"one k t rs
I ideal husband and that Mrs.
wian!
I I former at gradually! d--crea.-ini inter
two blot. -ks. only mad a hole a.outf''Jr
thing I needed, for it just filled! m"with
Pa -iel! shot him from the whileb
I vals. Every iia>h of light Heralded its rear
i f.t across and three feet deep
: life from the .
and
I n"\v energy .. breakfast. It
i .a> eating was con- ,
correspording detonation, and: pfer.
: in the oft earth of the lawn uponwhich .
> nr.-t lir! In fv days
only
1 wry >- a sid red !likely that the will be
1 ly I noted that the lean lurid of th* it Yet bomb! striking : case 7'lJi, ;
dropped. a tkf
returned! and I Logan to \\'ah
my appetite vry: all
.. dropped. f.rr
followed! the'
flash.sEre
.. always by
j I the same pavement 2'JJ' ( yards away meals! and verything seemed I dirt '
I enjoy my Killed to Save Her Daughter ; njrease fr.h the
I J loudest explosions, due. I soon decided, mad'a: hole almost big enough to ; i.ln"JceIth

: I to the fact that these were the explosive drive an ombinus into, at the same I to azif-p with me and nourish mr-. )Ir,:. Panrel! is a pretty woman. Her | pc131A \t warm} water and

: bomb loaded "1 am no l longer nervous and dizzy- 'hair i is of light golden color, and herappearance soap;
prc.pHthnfS time exertinsrnourh force ufward to smooth the rOtl.rh] ,
} '' leadl'rllik" I was and I can now sleeplike 1 | and ]lossv
is trim and neat, and she !
i I with the powerful "T. X. T. or trinitrotoluol 1 "
br'akM' of irlass:: in India!
-and that the brighter !! y pare a child. In! fact I feel just like a : is rather frail."I clots l with sandpaper. The
-t : lI u.e. London's 1 h'r rf>t and most im- '
person who had teen made all overagain. I lovrdliim, but I killed him to t--
j bursts, were the incendiaries, filled II save you are reactto
j r osing office building. The tons and woman apply! an even
'|i I suffering -
hopp "
every ) daughter's honor Mrs. Pannell
I : I principally with "thermit" or powder- tons of pkitejrlas'! fragments; falling j I. my :oat "ff1
will hear about it. I
told the grand jury. "lIe made life
I ed aluminum. This conjecture was a
I to the sidewalk at this point literallycut [ Tanlac i is sold! exclusively in Starke I
I hell for Elva and me. He wanted to
I quickly verified when, as the bombsbegan I
11 I to pieces sr-\rral men who \\'f'rppain l >' ('. P. Cason; in Lake"Duller: by force irto shameful life in order = :J t
i I I to drop within half a mile. I i re a ;? Wh ;
;
at the moment of the '-xplosion. \ j
;! Tomlinson-Maines Co. in I\. ...
: was able to ir.der.tify the incendiaries: ., Drug ; Horr.pton I that he might have money to lavishi !f1 ; ::J l ( I "'
fnur 7.
."ir rp'11lin" havingp :! f ; ; h- I (
: '
the inLawtt'Y
the trail from the by Hin.pton Pharmacy; i on another woman. Failing in that : \.: o 1 : _<1
"
beyond question by
:
half buried in th< sharp fragments. 'a=: /
? -L- .
.
I the Cash in '
DrugS 0--/ :
by ort'
; .
r lighted fuses. I he tried to tempt Elva into a similar 0"4"1' J-= ,.. :"!::T":>
i' I was at the door! of a theater on theStrp.d Raiforj by the Weaver Drug Co. :l '; -t.) ,:;-G'" ,,:, -"'- .,7 "' J
A : I By this time I was able toe that whf-n: this explosion; ; life by promi-es of pretty clothes and ;r ; : ; ,:.:. J.t-
: particular
.t I I It and in Worthington R. T. Taylor.
I there were two maohin'?, one following occurred and the 'our.d-halr roar : by | jewels to wear. He first beat me and GLOSS CAB I.kCE
Advertisement.STATE PUNT
I the other but not quite in line. I i half tirk'.p! -of th.' plato glass! falling I then the !girls because we would not do

was especiallyastonihtd, at the comparatively I II I i as he wished He told me he wantedto \\"e guarantrtthat if
: from the great o:1ice: buildings! along!! this pant is I ,
PRESS; .\ASSOCIATION: I ET r! 'l'riy :;'''jI -i It
: get divorce he could live with will
low altitude which a so
: at they
tine to
I I Kini.: =way was ors of the !'tranl! t.w..irfl".t arx \t.h.C'; a durable: : va.: ... '! -d.. tmsn
I i the other : "
F'a'. seemed to be fl'ingand., offhand at woman always. that trill
i : noises I ever heard. i I wth! 'anH l hard
k :' !; I that moment, I should probaMy have I At the annual meeting of the Flor- | "We were: married in Atlanta when nad..m J'i"C' and: expourn. -uthout,
this district that the heaviest ; ( r
It in 'hIPi'IO
estimated this to have been about was; ida State I're Association in Kis- 1 was only 15: years old, and Ed was 17 :: ,

2,500( fwt. loiter reflection then convinced :; : Los: of lifFO far inflicted in any The simme" last work the following! r.tFi- That was 10 years ago. We lived together \\'e

I I: m" that this false impression; i;j of the London raids occurred. I t'f'r'tl"'.' fleeted: Oscar; Conklin of for a while, and then we sep- rt'\'o11menJ! ; It alt) for porch furnr., b\\7'1 ", ),.
driver! of the motor bus I have just Iron fences \lOg
1. was traceable to the fact that I had' Miami president; ?. J. Triplett of St. aratod. Hut the family' both sides, and h'. ; It'h..r C'\Tt'rJlJr :_, \ '0 \\hl' aou
blown! from his seat
i :. never tefon1 an airship of over ; -poken of was :, Cloud vice-president; J. T. Appleyard got us together again later, even after wish ro :;"car ..! ird ti-'tour in \I.i.i
the broad sidewalk, and! 'n ten
i half the size of the average Zeppelin j across up | of Tall-ihas-e. secretary: Mrs. C. V. S. we had ben divorced. We were remarried attractl\ 0/01-/ .

i and that, as a :f'qucnee-thpre being against a billboard, leaving a bloodysmudge :I Wil.-on. of Sarasota, treasurer; and I in Texas."

| across: the :smiling! feature, fJ.I II. ] Si..ter Takes Different View STARKE HARDWARE
delegate
I nothing compare with them a., ]! Humphreys! P.radentown I I'I'I CO.
I of popular stage beautywhose postler -
I a linear unit-the great length of th- i a to the national 1 editorial conven- Mr:*. Mary Holt sister; of Pannell,

) r ,: raiders made them seem much lower | was; aflixf-d th"rr. I was at this j tion. Jack'on'-ilK- selected! as the declares that her brother was shot STARKE FLORIDADelicious s
point within three minutes of the explosion -
than they really were. It i i.s probablethat i I nieftrt"; place fo-: V.M7.: "Imply becau.-e his wife was mad. She
; and the dead and injured were
.1 on this occasion! they were flyingat I - | insists that he was one of the kindest
1 being laid IT ruW along the i about, O.OO'i; feet considerably l lower I ana moot gentle men she ever knew,
| :Several of th" trunks wore dismem-! I' Store.
I I" than in the October raid following.It ;vg that he was proud of his family, was -
I j i tiered. and two or three of the bodies -- -- -'- -
is home lo'ingand always Mrs.
,i revealing military secret to kept
wore ?o limp as to suggest, that mo.j .-',
1: I say that at this time-September- I'anr.ell ar.d her three daughters well
j of the lonts shattered.Thf .
: principal ; were
I, London did not have a single: high- upplied with fine clothes

anti-aircraft such of | tact that practically every pt'ronIon Mrs. Holt declares that Pannell
powered gun was
.
I 1 this bus was; either killed or badly! I
the as h:.J bten "nanuflcturf'up\ to I !sitting at the table eating his breakfast ;
} .. injured has led me to believe their injuries "
that time having been: rushed to the .1 Colds his back toward the room in
blown
resulted from being a-
!
fleet the east coast or to France and which his wife was the door between
rain<-omething by. a current of airrather
>!
Klandurs. This state of thiijrs; wa.-, I them being open. Elva and the other

undoubtedly! known to the Germans; }1; than from fragments of the should be "nipped la the girls were in their rooms. She declared -

4 and they took full advantage of it in bomb. The police had thrown up t barrifrs bud", for i if! allowed to run that Piinncll was shot in the

venturing: neater the earth than theyare 1 before I could get to te point unchecked, serious results ack through the open door by. Mrs.
had been
where the worst damage done
ever lik voluntarily, to conic may follow. Numerouscases Far.r.ell.,: Ten Mrs.! Pannell calmly
I in front of house saloon.
public or
again in the course of an Englth a of consumption pneu- packed! a suitcase: and told Elva to
but oven from a distance: of ..0 yards -
raid. monia, and other fatal diseases telephone! the police that she; had shot

The way in which the fires were s I wa able to see a long row of dead can be traced back to !I.T l ha .
theidewaik.
that had peen laid
;f i mastered was ore of the most, remarkable I. In all. I must have out seen on close to a a cold. At the first sign of a ho-Aever. told the police when I

; futures of this raid. For three cold thetjue.tioned h..r over the phone as
protect yourself DrinksOur
by
thorf'
'score of \unmistakably! dead: II -
or four miles, across the very heart to the rcans' for the shooting: ,
t district;: and l I inclined to lii thoroughly cleansing your
: am
(.f London bombs had been dropped! I "She: -hot him because: he wanted to j
( i \\\f-\f\ that th-. popular leport that .," system with a few doses of I I"at
on an average of something, more me. i
1 were killed! within three blockis, ) 'ttfar pure ice cream and real fruit flavors
><. than one to tu! blrck. There were intervals II ,
wrung: this,: in !spite of the f"ti- THEDFORD'S
I
of threeor four block;; hI''" j No MG Hill make the refreshments that
cure Malaria HiliousIVur.
or
f f that the oiTicial bulletins. a'imiti.-d! :i you het at our
t and there that were untouched hut. ._ It Kill the .
on the other h:>r.d, several bombs often total of 0111killl.. >l i.th.. :> -.ud germs I fountain really nourishing food. And we
all London.! I
t landed close! together in a single block. BLACK- .&

ProbablyorrH'thir! ,g over half of thesewere i From my own observations.. a'>"n --'I I try to keep our serving dishes and receptacles -

and from conversations! with doctorar.il I RUB OUT PAIN
incendiarytombs among
: clean
and offs
: as wholesome
the best
volunteer firemen and 'f11..talIt'thl.
; I i these-Lecause;; they were liMed bef with i
good )
oil
n i! on hand!-thrn must have been few i "rrcukrs\ ," I might explain ;;rt. w .!1' DRAUGHT the liniment. That'sli housewife in this town keeps her kitchen.

k11 failure ; t') expluliImWd, ali of theeveral :strict orders not to t.lk-I have formed The surest way to stop them I.1

I un 'x"lodcd! bomb \\hit h were these general conclusions regarding IJ, best rubbing liniment isj .

i i I -hown me after each raid wore of the ; injuries inflicted by Zeppelin hems : the old reliable, vegetable Stop In Herb

: ror "cendiary type, containing eitherT. I That the very large majority of these 'iver powder

N. T. or picric acid. These rarely wire received on the streetraihf Mr. Chas. A. Ra land, 0' MUSTALINIMENT :,

if (On r. started firr-s. even on l'xrhlt-! than: in buildings and that all! of Madison Heights, \'a., says: and get a thirst-quencher; then t tike a pail
there hurt in buildings., arJ'd1!! ''
n< .
: ing. From a short distance': the rplr \- 1 have been using Thed-

) >I :'"->n of the T. N' T. bombs wa5mp''O wore occupying upper roomthat: of ford's Black-Uraught for C of cream or sherbet home to tfe family.Mitchell's ,

l 1.1d'On brilliant dash those injured on the streets probablynot
r by a stomach troubles, indigestion ; 1-
flickerir. rod glow al- over five or ten per c"r.t worn
wHI. a warm and colds, and find ittc
struck by fragments of I bombs.! and
the duller iMfration of
wafl1.,1
the i"vrtHary.! If the latter struckin that i in the case of those dying pIm be the very best medicine I Good for the Ailments of Drug Store
used. It
ever
the latter death ,: makes ai old Horses Mules
cause usually3Tne
-i street or square, the dow died feel like Cattle, Etc.

,len". i'1; 2rt I or HO second5: : if a build- J several days afterwards as a' co--.se- man a young one"Insist Good for

'uallv flames burst- I| qnpncp of the almost! inevitable\,! bloodi on Tnedford's, the your oicn Aches,
jniVro were u
i!'- from the roof inside fo a minute i I poisoning.-Ily R. I. Rjurstodt. 1', the original and genuine. E-67 Pains, Rheumatism, Sprains, Starke, #: Florida

or '-' .. Popular Mechanics! Magazine.; Cuts, Burns, Etc.

*!h f' moment the last bomb was I 25c. 5Oc. $1. At all Dealers. .

fires Read the Telegraph-$ to year
the of courtless
lr! ,1. glow j I
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FRIDAY APRIL 28, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH<, STARKE, FLORIDA. ;PAGE SEVEN

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had gotten beyond control of their offi! WASHINGTON, April 23.Behind: I I t

PUNITIVE EX-- cers, Major Tompkins made no stand, a formal announcement today that ". .
'
-
but retreated his men without making President Wilson had approved a plan I

resistance, toward the city limits. for re-disposition of the American ,

PEDITIONATASTANDSTILL Shouing crowds followed them while troops in Mexico there was a plain intimation I Such }

stones and occasional shots fell: among tonight that the Washington : -
thrni but without doing great darnace. j government had determined to maintain I Y [ }

Major Tompkins, mindful cf the Mlurciion m a military statu quo beyond the '
that border until the Mexican defacto tobacco f
to prevent any action government I V V -
cc-uld precipitate war, treated in I 1 has demonstrated its abilityto !

good order and fired on his pursure.-s capture or crush Villa and his adherents 1.4

GENERAL SCOTT HAS INQUIRED just enough t> make them keep at a and prevent repetitions of the I e o ent
distance. Yet 40 Mexicans we ro Killed! Columbus raid. :
INTO MATTER while only two Americans soldiers I I In the interim it is underwood the

were killed and a few wounded. A j jcompany i i American troops will be so placed as to I as you never thought
of soldier that guard the border towns by virtually
Carranza ::. '
Remain in Mexico Until could '
Troopto be is
''
was waiting for a favoranle 1I10nnt' policing the area south of the line yours to jJ \ f
Carranza's Ability to Handle annihilate the Americans 'cikd where General I Carranza has been command
to quick as ..._-.. f ti''z -
Situation is Known to wait till another time. I heretofore unable to check bandit op \
I you buy some Prince !
erations.Secretary. ,II i
Jen. Funston criticized Major Tomp- \ ,fh ,
kins action of retreating, saying that : Baker announced the ap- Albert and fire-up a .
Since our last writing the punitive it made the Mexicans believe he was I proval of the re-disposition plan after
against Villa has ceased to with the pipe or a home-made
expedition afraid, and would henceforth make I consulting president today
punish our soldier for the time being, them more bold. That was true. We over a joint report submitted by Maj. cigarette !
and has come to a standstill. The soldiers are too gentle toward unscrupulousenemie.s. General Funston and Maj. General

can take time to mend their Yet the Major obeyed or- I Scott, chief of the staff, in conference Prince Albert gives
Shoes and pants and get a hair-cut and ders. Had he done otherwise he would on the }border. The plan was propos'dI
possibly a clean shave. have Leon court-martialed: for diso- 1 General Funston and concurred inby you every tobacco satisfaction
The second report of Villa's deathis General Scott The
bediance and censured for indiscretion. secretary announced smoke-
i petering out. He may have died To be an army officer is as ticklish a the administration's decisionas your

all right, but he is, as they say in job as to be an editor. follows: appetite ever hankeredfor. '

Lake Butler, "a bad cat," and thus he What American soldiers have been ";eneral Funstop has recommendeda That's because 'y by h J. heynoidjTobacco '
still has seven lives left. killed or wounded by the 'Mexicans re-disposition of the forces in Mexico 'rl ''N rq r Co. ,,,,, q '

The reason for the temporary stop- either in Mexico or across the border, for the purpose of recuperationand it's made by a patented ',S' On the r.< tide !fC?! I
ene
page of the chase is that Secretary of were the victims of \bullets made in pending opportunities for furthercooperation process that cuts out of this tide l"p tin t '
Baker has sent Gen. Hugh L. ou will 1
War
America. with the forces of the dofacto +
Scott to confer with General Funston Congressman Rodenberg, of Illinois( government of Mexico. The recommendation bite and parch Prince Albert has always cru.Pi of' wl..ch.July 1 t I

about matters along and south of the recognizing this, a few days ago introduced has been approved and been sold without coupons or premiums. unoke has .made pipes three where men "I.":),-. .'fV"r L",;:t.',..:,)I....:wt'l1' :' ,
international border line, and he may a resolution prohibiting the its execution left to his discretion. one smoked befor! OhGE6ANwADipFAKD: '
decide that it be beat to withdrawthe We prefer to give quality 1 ,CICABEnE feBACCO<
may shipping of arms or munitions of warinto Later the secretary dictated the fol -
troops. Incidentally General Scott Mexico. lowing: t tRINGE

will try to get all the information he Figures obtained at the Departmentof "The statement I have made indicates .

can in regard to Mexican matters, as Commerce show that during the nothing whatever on the subject

a first step toward "preparedness" in I i past few months General Carranza of when the American: troops will I J

case of a real war with Mexico, which has received vast quantities of guns I withdrawn from Mexico.[ The subject ALBERT 1
a pretty sure to come. As is well i and ammunition from the United 1 of withdrawal of the forces i is :

known, the Mexicans bear no love for I States. Exports to Mexico for the I under arrangement and negotiation by I .

the Americans. The Letter class of eight months ending February 29, 1916 the state department." the national joy smoke ; 't
the former consider the latter as interlopers were: Mr Baker declined to say whether

and are jealous of their success valued at $1,714.821. General Funston's recommenration included N
in mining and other industries.The Dynamite Cartridges, 2,546,559, pounds, valued at his previous suggestions that has a flavor as different as it is delightful. You never tasted the like of it! 1 ,

poorer classes have been repeatedly I $::537,049. the border base be shifted from Col And that isn't strange, either. ]

y'imMed: by having their ways Gunpowder, 3R,.43 pound, valued at I umbus N. Is!., to Presidio Texas or I'
ridiculed by Americans in Mexico and g19,:lO3.: some other point to the east of Columbus Men who think they can't smoke a pipe or roll a :cigarette : ,:

by being told "how we do it up north." All other explosives, valued at $110 in order to shorten the line of Buy where Prince tobacco Albert it told every in can smoke and will smoke if they use Pvince: t,

Perhaps some Floridians know what 389. communication. He stated positively, toppy red bags, 5c tidy red Albert. And smokers who have ,
hate ; not yet given P. A. a: try- +
This been increased .
that has
means. and rifles however, that additional regiments tins
Firearms, including guns no lOCi handsome pound
by the vaporings of dema- valued at $509,047. had been ordered to the border, and and half-pound tin humt- out .certainly have a big surprise and .a lot of. enjoyment. ,: J.

gogues for the sake of gaining political Inquiry was made at the State Department that no such order was in contempla dart and-that corking fine coming their way as soon as they invest in a supply.Prince 1

capital. The Mexicans are hoping I I I about how long the depart tion. The secretary made it clear also pound dor with cryital-glats humi Albert tobacco will tell its own story 1 *: 4
ipongemoistenertop
that the United States will have war mint and the administration intend to that military officials of thEgon'm. that keeps the tobacco .:

with." Germany, then they would "sailin. l continue shipping ammunition into ment were not considering the question ins ach clever trim alwayi! R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, Winston-Salem I ,ON. C I
Mexico. of withdrawal from Mexico, that d
MEXICO CITY, April 20.-If Mexico Specific inquiry was made about the matter being wholly in the.hands of :
to war with the United States --- T.,
goes ; - ------ ----- -
announcement from Douglas that 300, the state department. 1- - -- .
the American punitive expedition will.I 000 rounds of rifle ammunition have It was announced tonight that Gen FOR TEACHERS "

be "easy meat." This is the view tak just been delivered to "loyal": Carran- eral Scott had cempleted his mission I HUNGARIAN NESPAPERSARENOW% t.I
i
en by the newspaper Accion Mundial, I zista forces and a shipment of 1,000 to the border and would return to Summer School of the Florida State
official organ of the Carranza govern- !I 000 rounds is on the way. Washington in a few days.

ment. I The State Department maintained The new military plan loaves the College Opens June 12th. i CLAMORING FOR THE WAR TO CLOSE ;

The paper has come out with a I silence. It continues following the policy pursuit of Villa at a standstill, but .
prominent displayed first page editor. I of saying nothing about heavy frees General( Funston's hands to make From June 12 to August C, the state

ial poking fun at Undo Sam's "fam i I arming of Mexicans by grace of th e the position! of the forces in Mexico summer school for teachers will be inl I i! --. t'

ous" punitive expedition. It says that I administration, and is doing nothin !secure by grouping them in pots of session in Tallahassee' at the Florida''1I LONDON, April 22.-The Daily Tel- ] ungarian Foreign Minister, it i is sug- 1

the little expedition has been strungout ,I about stopping the Mexicans from getting such strength as to protect them fromattack I, :state College for Women. This school (' raph'sfilan] : correspondent says a': :ted that Germany proposed that

over so much territory that in case all the arm: and munitions theywih by irresponsible! elements of i; co-educational. It will prepare for significant symptom regarding the ti Hapsburglor.arl'h;,' should ?l-c divided
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of a rupture between Mexico and the 1 the de facto government forces. It i is I all grades of certificates: county, Haphburg[ monarchy is shown by an j into small autoiomous. slates,

United States the American columns I On the border are 18,500:; troops also a plain warning to General( Car state and primary. It will preparemen outburst of the Hungarian newspapers 1 i, prrsumaLly in order Uiat thev may l be s -

would be wiped out. The men are armed and according to ranza that ho must bend every effort! and women for positions as teachers in favor of peace. Premier Asquith's more easily swallow by Germany. .
The editorial criticizes: the Stat Department : ] of the ; principals and recent speech regarding conditions I' The Slav ;
i the War Department, have enough ammunition toward. complete control terrelory superintendents.I peace nationalities{ it is hinted,
: at Washington "for sending j i for any eventuality. Hut south of he most advanced Am- I .' courses in education and psychology the dispatch says, has been :, are to be given the iumimum of liberty 1.

with excessive precipitation and most i I they have not any moans of carryingt I erican post if h" hopes to have then \vil Ibe!. ample and valuable Course commended by Hungarians, who are !! Galicia also re<'i'i"ing; automony. : rte
laughable, disorder its famous punitive t extra ammunition or water or troops recalled. ; in home economic, manual training anxious on account of German aggressheness The ('orn' poncl.'ntays that the

expedition, and it finally d-iwned on the I (rnx!. Tl.o ten motor truck companies, I' During the re-arrangemont: of the drawing and penmanship will give respecting small nntionalitics Hungarians have taki'-i umbrage, feeling 0

American government that the dangerous ,( every ono of which has been boughtj \ line, at lea<:t. th TP will,,' opportunity full opportunity for preparation in at the end of the war. | that their turn! \\:?uld come next

situation: thus created had therein j since tho Villa! raid and ii small!I lots, j for the state department; to make coun- har.diwoik. Coiir.es in physical' training In connection with the visit to Her- and that the :Magyars'i'ould:; thus succumb "

much that was infantile and much of i are enough to supply! only the: 1';f:(I r' I ter proposals to General; Carranza I g-"lnll' and I plays will provide hn made bv Huron Uurian. Austro- :i to German predominance.. 1 t ,tT

bad faith." I I TOD already over the border' IIrdngrC'at'r: cooperation as a means pr'parltion in m tor activities. Special I 1 .* t

The editorial adds: I I The. department! "did not think anyi *o cause early wi'lulrawal.; Tlio halt i, c'I1lhl..j'f! i will HP t.'ivon primary "'.. ,

! "Fortunately the Iw-opl.' and the i i more would be needed.!:' The administration plan I will Bite the men and) horses of work. ':.o.t :t._ -t.-.f..f. ; :. :- --ff.--i.
! government of :Mexico have been able had given assurance that orlyenough tne American tlvintr columns a chance !! Teachers! who attend the full term

! to see the matter clearly and haw had I mop would bo needed to get I for much needed rc=t.Penetration I will h ive their pr '-'C nt l''rt iJit.s r-x- t.. .

: the dignity and patience tn await a I Villa and tho Stute Department! had I tended) for onyear..

i satisfactory solution. '''kcl f'arr.inza! at least to lieliove that Rnnls Will Close i Xo tuition wlm.-'ieu'f} is charge l ; A T TEN TIoAU (
!, "We can d>> less than congratulate r the troops would! not get: hout'n! of a roard) and! rr.om $1 I per week.
ourselves, hoping) likewise that tho I j" 'crtain point. Way First. Register. Students t : who are (,-'pf'l' ally intorc.t.'d .
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Government of the United States will I Nothing bas br't'n done about calling in professional Will k will be able
be better advised ('n another occasion.And I I 'ho atimllliwl1"ll -.r planning! to call (Ol'KT CKA.NTS; : \KIIY 1\. THAW to choose fducatiori court's from the

we say better advised not only i ia in I I 'h.'m. The Army discovered six \\"f'd .\ m(1:1:1OF: : D1VOKCKruurg : following: School administration, CANDIDA TES

diplomatic, bat ii I: :i military enso. !I 'tiro that it \vas nowr-re near ready psychology! of high school subject.ar.d! i

"This famous expedition has mad | ""von to chase a bandit as proved bybe ; I'a.. April 20.-John M. history of education. They will have t
plain the complete( ineptitude of the fact that it took a wek tnt u'+- Thom*, master appointed to take testimony in psychology/ a choice of subjectsfrom The
Telegraph So'ls! Your
. American War Department and of tho 4'r way. That wa.ix weeks ar n. in the suit of Harry K. Thaw the general psychology, experimental -
; leaders who have tried to pUrRUi'"illa.. "hr' Army has: row discovered that against/ his wife, Evelyn Thaw, rocomrncrd psyrhObgy and! ovial psychol-

t{f "The columns which wore sent to r xeept for a few trifling details it hasot ; .-d to the court that Thaw I begranted gyThe new py.t hDlui; ,-al !labora-,!1 Patronage for Printing ]

pursue the baud, of outlaws woro di-I i developed acv greater efficiency ( a divorce and the decree! was trydl be accessible to all prof :,- '

vided up all along the frontier, their T pite of a month's warning. ordered by the couit. fional >tudnts this; summer. The entire 1 CARDS
cohesion aril attackiinr power !sr diminishing -I I A recent di.-patch from San Antonioays eI | equipment] of the college will bo'': i -
? from day to day: that in the : A STAKKK IXiruVIKWMrs. at the! service of the summer school i .
event of a rupture l'dwN'n1t.>x ro'anI llarlv: withdrawal! of the troops or I A !special dormitory will be sot apart ENVELOPES !i 'j

the United States! the American: he authori/.ation! cf military operainr.s Hemingway Ttlls of Hir Kpirience. :\- : f"r th.- men atemhg.! : I ,

columns would have been annihilated 01 a largo: scale must be the rcIt The campus of the Florida State LETTER HEADS
within a few hours:' I I." of General; Hugh I.. Scott's in- College for Women is always beautiful '-1 4i
In conclusion: the article declare osiigation of the situation: in the but excelitelf in the summer \
that the conduct of the :Mexican pr( "ipinio'i of army eflicer.! : ; ]here Gc. The following brief account of an season. The hills! of the surrounding .j i CIRCULAR LETTERS

pie and government furnMied a splen 'unston and I.istaT! have ready to int'r"il'w'ith a SU.rke woman four country lend! a charm to the rollcge! ,

did! example for the United States. j ho-v the chief and ]his tafT all' the! with years keen:go, and its sequel, will be read 1 that really mt.kcs it a delightful! ( summer DODGERS Etc. ( 1
Such interest by citizen
grandiloquent' language i? typically '\rittop every : .. trl.
record of tho fajh.ro to ca n', r. perhaps! no part of the
Latin-American, and the general 'ure Villa, and are prepared to plice I = :'Ilr!;. Lucy Hemingway.' W. Call St., state is !heajlhior or morn boii't/1' ,"
who edits :- tark{', says: 'I suffered from lamear"l Promptly and Cheaply. lYe
the !al'l'r--f.'r t-u-ry man him in touch with the unwritten evidence. the Mirnmer tine than the iiill (ity of guarantee .
in Mexico I aching: back; and) could: hardly
who
getaroui'd.
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is r.< t a peon is a :.:-'n- : florid
oral- dou!. It hurt me to stoop or lift satisfaction. :
no
t
received much praUf This shows that the government is InitKiate stuilo: ts wl! \bo able, to
for it. and I felt miserable.
My :
kidneys did 1
very liberal] in furnishi"g lead pen make a< ninny a:;< four credit in the Cuts fu. nished at cost. Let hear from :
Major not act right and caused lot of us -you.
Tompki.has, : ; made official irill my a school
an typewriters and clerks.: 'Tha <' '. ; summer and in a sern" of
: : Dean's
noY:1I1l'I. Kidney 1'illsbrougl
report: of the 1'arral affair of "ritton record of failure to rant-ire sumnie-s will soon accumulate enoiiehrrtdit
"hort time ago, an.l} it :shows that Ii" Villa" must l.o prodigious! and if General the\ 'ches\\t rt'lie-f from the fiat and soon for th ir Ma.terd ':;" "". The
end his and pains in back left
boys wenled into a trap designed Scott roa.U it lie will: not has'r and the other my 'Jr.I1l1"r school wcrk may be 1'\'''Ij.'t,! TelegraphStarke
I to annihilate thr m all. A <'.ir- time for much ol.o.General I i, symptoms disappeared: by ruur "-poi'd! 'nce COUTM,.
ranza officer met him ten mile, from (Statement given March 10. 1U1)! .
; IVr-hintr is i not hin -
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Three
Ovir Years
Parral.. introduced himself; and urged 1 Later ] The Ach"s of Florida
against! Villa; and willot Mrs. ] | IIou..t.I.t'pin :: f
him Hemingway said !
"Ymi ,
to :
accept the hospitality of the "ill;! he trots autbori'y and fi.-niti". : right can keep The" pin and !sorone-s r.Td! !by
militaryand on using niy endorsement" ofDoau's
civil authorittrc.Major '" "M' -rate t::-* rfi'I'1OYcp"! ; <: !vr'o'5ne brill-'V-. -r-e\f-rtion and "trt'ii"'r! i
To'irkiaid that he march- Kidney 1'il's. There i i.-n't: any -. .::" }I-----t,
!1.011' .
j th ddnig ,
facts' in th? case! h'i. r i-lcariug time ;arc" -" t-
td his small H-iihme"t quite openly '11.- futility of rxten"tirsr Op'T'tir": thing niPilicire.: too good for me to sayfor this: fIt ;.\.y by JMfanV Fjtim.rneoil \ \,' ..
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alorsr the trail H > 01"} citywh1; 're '"' !! the ovitjif' ]IIIOR will ("o'l\'i"",, occasionally: take loan's. I 10 Mller thi rjonv. .In-' 011'-| 1
they wor.met \by (;>"eiil 1.00a'nn.: Kidney I'iil as a prefer:tive ai.d the ... -<" =...r------ ... .
whorecpivod ">'' "' tnry Taker's envoy of th" lion '. 1'ply, :Slo'inV Liniment to theti,i- 'p't! "" L :!r.! .....__
keep in ( health"ti"
me good tl- --
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r-m m. r ernciwsly.: j V".m'.s of furth'r rr--uit: role.< r ." r.ih o Iya liLl'. In a hort time the : ': ,\
1'rice 0
The rivili-n) cents at all dealers. ilola'i t
autl'nritie.trrivrd i and "'"'p'ros"dir'r ofTcrr: iti Mexico: i is.jiv simply ask for pain !' ..iuyou, >nu rest roTfort.tMyand B. Z. MATTHEWS i
joined in the : a kidney remedy-sret :
courteous ,
the rocontion of J '? .r,' effectiveT'f.in! hac1dr::. Doan's 1'i1lhe enioy a freshing slap One
Kidney
major aM hi< troop The inci-' 1 same thatMrs. gratef.,1;\ 'r writ*;: Ioan', I.i-i-
:
mmcnvnrs "nl'-L'i I bv te; : ] !
dent I :!- Hemingway had. Foster Millmrno. Artesian Well Driller .
annoaro.! I bo
o <= without
progre 5 ntr mint worth its "
r 11 I-'uT-fon wera poi'.j firry < ., Buffalo weight in gold. .
Props. );
unrIf'a<:ant featureGeioral I ] t Y. ((20)) m H mmmmmm a ** t i
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Iol cl- 1 1'l1t '' Keep bottle on hand. liFe it a-ramst
rrobnb'v _
of the
tano I rono : i''II'' -
and l the --- -
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civil! authorities djcttssrd' -*- all -enoss. neuralgia and \bruise I Have Had
wh :M i'tonal! nion he ?l.-.J pb'-.i'i-t* ti .'itrrrnl i" Twenty-Four Years
io- Tomnkin? tho oUI.1 j Kill :TC
4 rain at your druggist:: ((2))
tine. of I rorcfi'.r iI!I tro farther than EDGAR EYES

rmnin? cites: ]be n-d the Won 11
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ofIi v \ !!>;n at Colrmln.* '1.\ th tiTio i ien '
r"'s dcdr'r? Optician To Drive Out 1'1alarlaAnd Experience In Well
one I'I t ontci;,]1" .., Tested Drilling
.
crrtt :> -, .
arrives t '
th" rl r t I : !1( )1 i'rrci} !"! Build
The
1\ which Major. Tpmrkins ,, __ JACKSONVILLE.FLA. Up System .
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intr/t h'
Was dir n e !" r liXnOO I"''' Take the Old Standard GROVE'S '
... Broker In Florida '
Ma I rhod from Columbus' to pnor.t. Lenses Duplicated I TASTELESS chil]; TO.SiC. You know
io.'a; :' pr'I'.j-i ... fr, hand jno hu.:,'rd min! front t.k. c Same Day as RQtiev d I what you are taking, as the formula is
Jno": o-t to ttn .1"i1:1t"d? e.1mn 'n'6FDitin ''' I "r-'pr. Trio niobilo} one"Ir\ rl.'taf'11- I 1 We Sf tciake" 'MOW on flail, Orders-We ST.J P Restate I printed on every label, showing it i i- / Guarantee to Satisfactorily Complete 4/7 ,
": and a" ililr: hnr.ln tn ihrn''' T -* th'"* *... .. 2 rORSYTM Quinine a-'r! In r'1 i i a ta--le-s f<>:r!
> hrrn i
8tO..q !two ri I to shunt at t'ln cro'H'i-T tho diirt ? ___ :I he (coin (', |: CONTRACTS i= -
4m"rinnReaGTr bovopd Sitpvn. ore in row com"ieatinn I I Ii I
mob of? fbnt the nrtien wne 't 1'1 f "' with the main column and :i Registration Books Will Close I l i 1 1I RAIFORD, .... o FLORIDA rJ
civilians and of soldiors: who 1 uu get all tot: uupw taut i
will hold their position for the present. May First. Register. i I I -.fate. county news m the C..llollal.l; : .. { t 1r




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: It I to the club were discussed and a new peop!.- to believe there was a cau e POLITICAL PICNICS I I here but ri-iw, of Arcadia, was aii---',.

g member added. Arrangement were threat! lay with tiv.j>eope.! They also ,j II hands with his many friendsWednesday. 6en I.

l made t.the honorary members of though if the cause lay with the people I II .
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the club'to have a social 1 at the homeof the remedy could be found at the I Dates on Which the Candidates :Mr. G-<* Roberts came over ui ..

Mr. and Mr-. Starson on Saturday s..me place, and they came together ina I( i! Jacksonville, and spent Saturday '
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Will Address Voters.
County News ItemsInteresting night. series of meetings and continued : Sunday at his home here. '

The service the Fu-e Will church until a temporal blessing was ivceivtd | Mayor J IV D. Kelley, of RaifonU

I :,ur.dwt'fe well attended: by several but the spiritual tIt' sir.gwa.-. When th"- ('ountdemocr.1tic executive -, shaking hind- with his many frig
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Facts Gathered During the Week by Our hundred people. Daptim'as also greater. Much and lasting good wa- committee met March 1, among I here Ttiesjay.Mr. .

held in the morning, while a very inttre.tir.g accompli.u-d.. TbMrreetings: will ilt' other matters transacted was the fixing F. K. Scott, of Starke, btu
Regular Correspondents. I
\ proeram: : was rendered that continued mdl'fjnitd'arh A1'edneday of the dates for political picnics. visitor to t-.awtey Wednesday '..-

afterr.oon. afternoon at :'i o'clock. Everybody cordially : The dates were published in the Telegraph -:: Dr. W. Lr"?: Middleton, of Hampta., .g

\ :, Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Cols-or. and Miss : invited to ttend. of :March o, but we give them was a victor to Lawtey Wedne% '
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A I. .. .. . ss) I I dauhter.: MrBarry! at Alachua, for I Mana Stephenspent; Saturday and Elder James Lind.-ey" tilled hi> reg- below, as they seem to have been forgotten The Ea.ter services at the Lan,
: few i I II Sunday with the family of Mr. I. W. .jlar appointment at the church of judging from the many inquiries 1 Methodist church last Sunday t>mts
a days.
Pinhol ter. : Chri.t Saturday evening and Sunday as to the dates; which WP have .jing was carried out according t&,
GRAHAM. I Mr. E. Lenr.or. has
purcha.-.ed new
: L a Mr. H. R. Brown, Miss Sarah Jor- morning. Large and appreciative I I .which
: I Ford au- had recently: program, was composed it

II . i ; : ; i ;. ; ;. .. ,I car.Mrs.. O. W. Barry, who has been un''!I'I ,i dan ar.d little! Mary Shaw motored to Oiences: greeted him at both services. Brooker, April :':? 'th. I readings and; songs appropriate bj
Worthington Sunday.We Miller W. W. held : the
o. its occasion.
I Graham was visited this week with the sick list, i is able to be out again. Camp regular Starke, May 6th. j Each participant '

Ik' I a rood shower of rain which did ajrrtat I'I The entertainment given by Mr. and : regret that Miss Bernice Parker monthly meltingon last Satur- Providence, May 11th. I ed to enter into the spirit of the! l-
has root teen able to attend school day evening. Quite an enthusiastic; cai'iontot't'iall! the solo
'f I } } by Mr. I
: deal of good. The farmers are ., 3L,;. W. M. Harrell was well attendedand Hampton, May 20th.Ihiford I '
:.gair. meeting was held. It was announced D.) Randail. _'
all about done planting. [ all a fine time. |I
report ,
F 1. I. 'I i to have a W. (O. W. picnic at this place May 27th. I -".
The Irish potato digging will begin :Mr. Barney Thomas, of Miller, and .
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!- !' June first. We have withus
on to
I expect Worthington, June :3rd.
0 at Graham in a few days. I :Miss Rosa Barry, of this place, spent !i
: Rev. B. T. Rape, of Waldo, preached i Easter with :Miss Clara Moore of on that date a man to speak on Since the meeting of the committee !! "Left-Handed" Parrots.
f \'.\ IIERBII.T. Woodcraft. All the candidates, both three j Parrots seize objects with the U
in election districts
a very re tir.ermon: here last 'Hampton.Mrs. new have j
Sunday at :: o'clock.Mrs. : Nar.r.ie Barrho wa called state and county, are invited to be been formed, namely New River, Gra- claw by preference or eicluslrely.ijij .
.'I 1' Ito I I the bedside of her sister, Mrs. :,'e ? J V Jy -!' Q '! J'i* 'V
', Hal-I! A much needed rain fell Friday and ier of the I left claw
D. Lane of Largo, visiting ;I brook, returned to her home at '; these new districts desire to have political us" for cHmta[]
the farmers wre: glad to see it. :j Miss Edyth Crosby, of Brooker, isteaching
than tit rigbt.!
I i chua last Thursday. !; picnics it i? not yet known, but j
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this
her son A. Lane, here week. i I
-4 Strawlo'ITf'a'on is about class in music the home
: overhere. a at
I i I if the
Mrs. Beulah Harrell made a short they do, Telegraph will givethe
Mr. Linzy Lane i is spending this :
I! of Mr.: and Mrs. J. L. Brown. Those
I: I w kith his pal't"ntlr.: and M[<">. : trip to Lacrosse last Friday. Tnt many friends of Mr. and Mrs attending are Carrabelle Brown, An- 'i, dates in due time.. Most Numerous Religion. ]l,,
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'.. I, A. Lan. I I I j ti J.Dukes W. Barry last Monday.Rev. was a .L'.1iinps'isitor ;j i'I R. C. Cone were sorry to learn of the .I. nabe-IIe Peeples, Annie Howard, Pearl Debbie Phillips here Sunday. Toe Buddhists are the most nirnffj, k

We are :sorry to report that Mr. J. i iI death of their little! daughter, Louise.Judge Brown and Pearl Crawford. ous of tie religious! groups of U!'
!! Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Davis of Law-I
1 F.1.: Hartman, of Earleton.: ,
( Barry is on the sick list this we -k. kind, nurabering some 500.000,0011))
and Geo. A. Gardiner Easter !
Mrs. An
party was given to :
egg
I !! will Bradford the I j tey visited relatives here Sunday. I
I preach at on nisht.-
Henry Ward is doing fine after 200.0fiO.MO/> Mohia
of Starke, with Mr. and'1 the small children of the 1 against some j
h.I\-I'lof spent Sunday communityby Mr. and Mrs. E. I). Hilliard! of the :
the _I'th
May ar.d :21st.! Everybody j f / )
ing undergone operation for '1 dan?. 000000'i' H.ndoos. 490.000.1)) ,
Mr.J.. S. Norman. Mrs. J. L. Brown last
on Saturday Wateroak section I .
I I I and will fitted.Several Sunday here
come you >j f r I spent ) !
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ritK
I 1 Christians. 2 ; 000
'onfaclamlif
x Mrs. H. Thomas has returned her afternoon. A } number I
large
to was pres- f a? the guest of relatives.Mr. !
I ; Dr. W. H. Thomas is having a nicecottage '' of our peopkattnded! the and abi2,,o."oo >' I Frt-t Will Baptist *?r.T-s last S-in- home Wauchula, after spending several t-r.t and enjoyed the occasion verymuch. j i! S. J. Lewis of Chapley, N. C., ;
built in the little town of Gra- "heithf n ;
w'l"ki''ith relatives.Mr. The in ,
evening play
was spent business here
I ham. We are *dad to have Dr. Thomas :I I t'at I I G. W. Wainwright and family was transacting TueIr. ;;-. ______
with :M.-s. Klice FMuardjtt.ii.kl} the ;' 11.g games. day. ,

There will us. be call session of the I WofKJmen Circle! at Brooker la>t at-I fpf-nt Sunday with his daughter Mrs. Mr. B. E. Brown has had erected on j ) W. L. Boobitt is visiting in No KicI'en\ .
.f a ;
district conference the Methodist rrday anti! reports. the Grove in good J Kirby Crews.: hi.- farm an up-to-date dpping'at for' Jacksonville;; this week. l jJ1-"Iee pmules r'ttcha 9g nt lIuPr
of
i i Mr. and Mr.L.. C. Futt-h had as dipping! hog.- and cattle. Mr. Brown i
church Graham to here working or er. Let everybody get [ I Mr. Lester Grifin: of Plant City, rerts all; pray mules.
at convene
I i gue.-ts: Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jim ] handles several cars of hogs and cattle' is visiting relativ.-s and friends here ii" tar' Jill
1)about. our insurance. j they ran seen too
{ i next Saturday and Sunday, the :29th: Futch and of Elarbee.( and Mr. each last he
00th./ >r'hodim'it'd.. iI i family | season. On Saturday this week. I should hnk: a mule: is safer He&aJlf'lt
E\"I
i and . . and! Mrs. F. T. Norman. dipped something like ;;uO head of cattle tance." .
I I ;.- ;; ;, ;. ; ;, If you have a visitor, if you are
t I ; I Emanuel Sunday school is progres- and! hogs for his neighbors. Mn
. . .. ,. : ; ;sick if you are visiting or any other -:-
: sing nicely. It meets every Sunday Brown should be commended for taking -
BKOOKER.Col. news item that would he NEWS, call Good; For Colds.
M afternoon at 3 o'clock.! Fverylx.] invited : the initiative and b -ing one of the j

r .: HAMPTON. ..' .. .. ... ., .... .. .. ". .. ... .. '.. I to attend. : nr.-t: mtn in Bradford county to erecta phoneJ1.: Honeyi: pine tar and glycerine,
it. Mrs. I... L. Sapp is on the pick li.-t modern'! and up-to-date n"t'e"ity- . recognized! cold remedies. In Dr.Mj!
$.1 I ", .. :. :. .'.. .... .,. .. .. .. !. C. L. Peek, of Starke was in j jBrooktr this week but we: hope for her a fast: the dipping vat. .- .. .. '! Pine Tar Honey there are comb'?.

.i Rev.: J. A. Hendry rlll-d i his regular) in day la week.. I I recovery.Mr. Mrs. Waldrup. demonstration agent with other cough medicines in a plat

i } > :: :Mr. G. W. Hazen Mr. and )lr.. J.I LAVvTKY. .. Dr. Be'1's Pine Tar Hoc?!'
1 af I'lQlntm"nt'r'; Sunday, preaching S. Norman and son, Theodore, j j i was it. our burg ome weeks ago in the ant strut: ;

.j : to large and I appreciative audience! : E. demons! motored! down to Starke' motored over to Lawtttonda. .\' after-j I interest; of the work She !let it be ., .- .. .. .. .. '! quickly: aicps your (cough checks yon
i I both looming and 1 evening.rlyd Monday. ;: I j known that two tit: monstration kitchens !' '! cold! sor.thes irritation of the throe

r. 4 -? Mullady vi.-ited i hi: fatner. Me.rA.. L. Biown: and E. Lennon ]j noon.Mr.. J. G.; Crt-w-is i the champion a-I! I. would !to*, e.-tat-liihed! in this county :Mr. Joe Hill Williams, of Starke, Exccller'; for your !g. adult and ig*'
P..Tohn Mullady.! St. have added! two Fords! to our little i i was a political visitor to Lawtey Wedreday. thf'Le"t mid
Monday at }lijrator j catcher here. He cauirht one' one in the eastern and one in the : < i"" >, rough syrups

LukeHospital.. Jacksonville.: He reports town. Brooker intend.to soon have \ Morday morning which measured 84 western part. :Some: of our enterprising Formula: on every !i-ottle. You bar

.tI t ,I 1 Rev. Mullady a.petinjr along a garage and filling) fetation. ; !- lonjr.: I Id i ) !ladies realized at once what it M I"-=sr.-. Jesse: Reddish and Colon) j--t 'vh.i y..j are".iking ar.d yoardtfj

I nicely.Mr. :Mr. J. T. Reaveof Gainesville; MrI.nls! ('o.II'tlwy'j.iteJ Mr,>.- F. would! mean to our neighborhood! t41 If'diii'hn'rp: visitors; to .Starke one tor I InoVit's ge-id for coughs ""

-. t O. A. Dover and! family! !--ft was: here Sunday visiting relatives. T. Norman a few day last w eek. have one i-taKlished at this roir.t, hut day last week. colds! : fist on Dr. Bell's! Pine n1n.

Tuesday for 4ia?t"mia. X. C.'hl'l" Miss Rossie M. Rosier: and Mr. .\ parry i-on.-isti-itr of Mes-r. J. A.i iVared the undertaking would be too )Ii.-:: Ida Lee Roberts: came home :.":y. .i''y'! 2"c at drugg'i$t;. (r.:"td

f : i! they will make their future home. EH.-ha Wilkir.-on spent the weekendat ; Brnok.Bradv: Dyal I and! Tison Sapp, ;i; great at this time, as there wa- no from Tallahassee the first of the week -- ------
r They have host of friei.ds }hii .- who home. ; and! will spend! ; a f.-w days (liffure + tt _
a a.d: Ii--cs Ella and l Alta Norman motcr ; building! suitable lor the work. But rt- + + + of + p + + + + + tf
I i fret *n lo! < them. Mr. J. M. Shaw, Jr.. nur meat cutter T!lrnir. f.
r e
-d to the State Prison Farm and i ithp'Utrh they;, did not give up.: They hesitated, +
1 I' t: : W. J'. Uin and !htt'e'! x.n. Marv';'.. ..f ha- moved into the building which Wondiawfj Park Sunday oft \ kit thought, then; :grew bold aiid a.-kiti Owing to the :--.m at'hol'l,; Eas- + CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING}

\ '. I.o"i is", were shopping here Tuesday. was formerly u.-ed by Mr. T. P. Ward. ,' ( rnoon. They reported a nice time. the W.I. .. W. for the u.-e of a portion t, r program at the Methodist I church .

}Ir. J. I:. Davis, irf Stare; v.-as here Mr. T. I:. Collins, postmaster; made' Rev.: Wright. of Lawtey. preached! of their r.ailhich was gladly gran ia-t Sur.damorni"I!'. Pastor Lawrence + + + 4'V:

I." I early in th} ** week lokine :.f't I '..isinis a business trip to Starke. one day last'week. : :P.I irterestirjr Easter crmon at Emanuel > d. Mrs. Waldrup! was notified and preached the Ea.-t'!r sermon in the I

i! !,tel t'>t.-.. :; afterr.oon. evening; to quite a !large and interested I -
) Sunday \ piawere formed aid decided; upon. For Sale or Exchange
Mr. Rosetta O.-Utn, of High' I
.i P. B. Pi'-vtitt Mr.il: f.-. ..f Stark". : f )tl" ---rs..J. Whitten.. Lonzie Norman Lmlit\11'e wick i is; necessary; ; to begin:; congregation. Other feature-of the .. /

\ j.I' vted; : friends! here SIay.Deputy : Springs. is viitirg! her mother Mrs.Emily > Eddie! lI\'al I and Walter Wilkerson -' :he work with has > .:>t'l: procured and tin ,-veiiinfr! were the -necia! musk-, by thechoir 1-FOR--:; ). .' -potato---dn'l.rN
Si : PortRico
Ahh tt.
: ; -
Sheriff! J. Frank .J"h:I"on all motored! to JacksonvilleSaturday the future the ladies and a "Jo I :y Mis Bvi-'ia Lawnn' -
over
: Mr. Crt Johns progressive far- near anll girlcwill ? ) l.ft'X"". .I..J.! :ManseHWj .
a ir
: *dent Sunday in Lake City on otT.cbl: night and returned home have t.f the ;r'< of Jacksonville.Mr. .
I uii opportunity seeing: ITt.Su'rki'
tier, who lives rear hen.H: inBrooker j Jt J
} .. hu'inp; Su day night. \ work dt-mon-trated in a scientific way R. O. Dani- !1. of tarkt'. wa a

lev.: Summerwill; preach at th- :turd:*- transacting business ; I' :Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Norman and two which means letter work, less work, vi.-itor; to Lawtey Wednesday.Miss :: i! FOR! SM.E, -Nic. young black ms:

Mi'thoilist! ch'irch Sundiy "evening at ; j i daughters Ella aldIta.. motored to |I healthier families! therefore, happier: Bertha; Lawrence of Jacksonspent I Will i t-'seld ehe.p. Sam Roseate
Prof. T. 3.} Collins ar.Jlatcr: : John
; the usual hour. He extends a conll.nl Starke Thursday.Mr..1. j families. ThUl''e.-" of c.tublishi.igthe vl I!*. ; from Friday to Monday: a> i Cash !Departm !Store Starltn .

invitation to all. I>\'. Summers i is ai Shaw'. drove over to the springs Sunday G. Crew.and daughter. Fan- demonstration kitchen at this point the guest of her parents. Rt \,. and I' .n,--; .-.j.-; '..

arrest and forcful speaker ar..l a rie. and Mrs. Crews hop1pircr ; : due the Mrs. T. P.. Lawrence.Mr. --
Kirby were ; i.greatly to efforts of Mrs.II. --' -- deipht
Lewis :ShrUer; and his: sister.
(vi'-.. r:-ted Chris} ian gentleman. Mr. in Stark AV ednrsdav.. S. Miler! who is ever ready to do B. S. Brown and daughter Miss: FOR S.! I Comfortable house

The hall; irame last Saturday:: }.*- :.MarsriK'rit'v.ere, : visitor: : : to Gaines.liv ,' Mr. and Mr-.1. C. Yarborough en- I what can be done fr the betternnt flin} of Beaufort: S. C., were guestsof : .-),.m" and bath and 5" 11

twwn Putnam Hal! and! Hanipton. resulted ". .: Tuesday.Mast' stained the young:. folks I of the tommunity.WOODLAWX: relativ- Lawtey last week. : lot Hampton.; Reasonable te
in a scare of 14 to f) in favor of "'r Hayes waa buinc.visi: Saturday Mr. D. Young, *
night with an Easter egg 1 pippinJr'1 Hk-ks, of Waldo was a busi- Write-Mrs.) : !. e E. !

d Hampton.D. tor Mr.to Brooker Saturday afternoon. ;; wiich+: was enjoyed by everj'or.e. Game i; . ! ; '" nes> visitor to I..avtey Monday. I ton, t jja.BARGAJN'S; 3.31
rrf'WI't.'
and Mr-: Miles: j _. .
W. Moorart! ftmof:! There teen playeil} until a late hour, tr.t'n' Mr. J. 1:. Ell ins, of Gainesville : S-S'
!t Sur.'hy" with ,'!atives her... ere at'lrJ.i'i.itin the latter's j ; IN HELD rE.
i Stjwit : = r all were invited into the dining room, .. was a t.Uir.f'5'i5itor to Lawtey Wfdr.esdiy. -
rvrertMr.. aril :'o1t:'. J. J. Morgan. PARK.Rev. Clay ;taxed! Pea. .<1.10; NO. 1i
where h'autiful' .
there of ..
was plenty .
j . . . Mr. I. \\". Pinholster, of near l c- i I Mixe.i'eas.); $1.-:: ,: Brown g'bivs \
; Mr. 0. L. Thomas .
r egg< in all color.-) Those pre- 'nt were ; ; ; ; ; : .; ;. ; and family visited -I SPed
his
more wa here lact week visiting < rind Bunch
ills
: Early
: : : ->n, Mr. I. W. Pir.'nol.-ter: Jr.. aid also as 1'ol1n)1 ,.i'( '; Mary and} Fannie' 'Oorge; ; F. Scott, of Arcadia relative! : in Nassau county lastSunday. 1 $l.anu; t\. t,. IIa"i.: '.1,' Sons, Wi!
.. .
: BlL\nnmn.) n1; .d.worth.'t'tlia, Eula Ella Alta : : .
hi* mal1othr relatives and friends. !! was a wl'lcome'iitor here :Monday : 4-1
born,?
J' '. and! P.uby Norrr.arj. Mae, Minnie and Mr. M. II.: Warr.e war visitor to a.
( Rev. D. L.
Mr Pir.h"I-ter i.in the: campaign forropreontative Phillips! ; filled his regular -- ,t.-:
;--t' ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; Myrtlf! Yarborough. and! Sallie Jacksonville Fr day. I\ --- -
Myrtie
I fd .' from Clay county.Ml apiKjintment at Grand Park Saturday i FORi'.1.Eh': : Pai-e! on KiI'f'

The rain that came last Friday ha. -. Jim D-> iirlawas here one day;, Norman; Messrs. Henry Taylor. Herrert anal Sunday.; |i County Com'ii.--ioner S. T. Dowl- i! lake :t..d; l--.f: [ land; Scottat

.: I put th 4',1'j': t !;\'i"! :! heir;! Hitch. Charlie and Darren Bloods.; Miss Reba Addison. irg. of RaiforJ. wa a bUi'inei''isitor: ; house;
of
:last w"vk \i-ltiiur: i fii'-nil.-: Lawtey vi;; i, and tea- ;
i ,;. worth. Je rop friends
:ted herer.dn'.
:Mr. J. S. For-:;:h spent Sunday withhi wl'd'! buiriry: .I I farm
v We .iiv v..'ry to learn that Mis.-, OI-! family h"-r". (an. Waitt-r Whittfn. Leon flenfre.Pete Messrs.I S. T. now1in B.: l). Kelly a t.lacto keep the county convict t b ii-h ami; I..rt easy.nr 'termJ.f

I he Hague i< ill again; hut hone for hera The picnic committee consisting of and! Joh-i Yarborough Brady: 'Jf> Raiford. were trariactir.ghusir.e ; in s:ufty. as; he i is preparing to do M. 1 Hi: \. :. :S: '.-.rkLost :'-. f j;
speedy! nrovery. Dyal. Tison and I.ooney Sapi), Rny- here Tuesday some road work in this; locality in the 'I
Easter; was enjoyed;. by Bradford ">hn Shriver.: H. L. Lewis and T. J. nu'd: Norman Arthur Garrette, Guilford r/' ar future. I! Found
i I ('..'!ins met )Iodanid'.t to make arrangements [ Misses Hattie and Nettie Robinson and
: people very much as we had two of Yarborough Fred Sapp. Carl' Mr. riyl! Mrs.V.. A. Barn-tt. of t
of
I ; the lv f lecture l an.l! prepare for the pier; Normal, Hu the Wateroak ":f'ctior.'i.itl'j Miss (; -- -.---- -- !
rt ? ever given us >vKtv. ?Alvarez, hf'rparJd- nl"nt.- Springs; were truestof
I : G. W. S. W:-re. of W.vthim.-: !n.On nk- which: will l>e here Saturday.; In : kin;:, Levy Norman )Ir. and Mrs Sam I relative.heic :Sunday.Mr. : LUST:: Svtter pu[ t: months old je.i !
LtatP ... ,
I Sunday at 11 o'clock! he lectured -oneiofith the picnic will be a Whitehead and Mr. I. Sapp.MILLER. "_ ,T, and :\lr-. John Teston. of Jacksonville ". :autl." white and red. :i

what takes\ match game of hall !by die) : Hampton J r \V.ti.' Wainri. ht, Stark4'l
on it to make a new testament i''q '" t I IX i spent from Saturday to Monday by !
: and! Ir: :>oker.a.hal\ !} team -r' V : ":" -'' .' I i
church and at even-thirty p. j !' '! ; : ,. with relative in Iawtey.Mr. : heifer, '
ni. on "Alien Immersion." Come: The anr.i\er-an- of Mrs. Lydia Andersor.'s \ f:1."J: { : ;: "- -', E. Griflis/ wa.- a visitor to Starke I.OSTjer"e yarlingribbor ked'
..
again Brother Ware we reed you 0- ; Ith birthday was attended |.I ; io. urv ':.- .rn!1(" |; r- 'T. 'i.. '? r, .:,: I! Thursday.Mr. around l head, mari split IS. ;

ten.: .by many relatives and friends. A | <*> -c .' > ''r.. W. W. Johnson left..Wednesdayfor upperrop in right ear,

Last Wednesday: quite a crowd gathered bountiful dinner was spread and all ;| > -J ; ';> .;> /!- .;> 4 ', i ;. ., -i y e .- : : t.. '.... <. '"l-' his home in Wagner S. C., after 1 R.-w.r-l: by D.P. Fullum boJ"4-..,. -

at the river and had a fish fry. enjoyed themselves, to the utmost.; Mrs. A series of prayer meetings were _F: '; : -. ? .1./ -- i : ".. J t spending a few days here at the homeof : Stark" "
Z
AH report a fine time and plenty to Anderson i is in perfect health and we htld] at the Free Will Baptist church \.I' i a't "' "4 "' '" : i his son, :Mr.V.. II. Johnson.Mr. .

i eat. all wish hr future years to be, filled l !last w."- >k. These !!' ('!!r.Ir lasted for I u .... V .."T. ...?....>- : W. M. Moody, of LaCrossp. wasa : FOR RENT

r.Pt't Sapp has returned t., her' with happiness: I several days and were the cause of I ?Tv!';: "" ,: .,: ,. -. j' : ..:::-...;.- visitor to Iawtey WednesdayMr. =_ 1i -

Home at Raiford. after the death and i The Brooker Athletic: Club met on much rejoicing among the Christian ,. : ,. I R. W. McLeod, Jr., of Rodman i FOR IJSXT: -My tbge-on

burial of her sister, Mrs. J. R. .Hal- Monday night April 24th. The meeting people of this community.The I :-.'=-1' f'I -'", ". .. .. '-. .-. spent a few days here the first of the i lake;-txo;: stones thoroughlY ft( ';

brook. was called to order by Vice Chair- continued drouth "., :: :: :.'V f- (VI.r"e :0. O. week at the home of his uncle and i ed a?.i telephone; for rent
had become
Mrs. Liza Rainev i is visiting! her man M.[ E. Cone. Matters pertaining serious PO f 1 '.' : l r '., .... ,, '-. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard.Rev. season Mrs. Paul E. Canon
I! as to cause the church-going 'rllo.c: 1.:1.! ;;r.11.1-1...7 t.r 'ua.. tp.t.;...,. .
Geo. U.'lt.'I'
F. Scott, a former pastor33Ss t-
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