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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 26, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
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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, MAY 26, 1916. NUMBER 47. '
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VILLA BANDITS I : : I F. R. CRAWFORD\ :, JPI;i

First Turning of 7arth Tuesday Af t I English Dell in Jail Charged With

BY ternoon. II Shooting Fannie Lloyd. GUILfY
DISPERSED I NOT OFKEENE I

Tuesday afternoon the first shovel- + + I Wednesday night between 10 and 11
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U. SCAVALRYGENERALS ful of dirt for the new town improve- : : 1 o'clock those who were awake in MURDER
ments was thrown out. It was for the + + Starke heard a gunshot fired from the
sewer system, the work starting on + + direction north of town. Deputy
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Nona street, near Water street, in Sheriff M. Cameron heard the shot and
DESERT CAR- Johns' addition. It had been raining + also, he thought, cries of distress. He THIRD TRIAL RESULTS IN .I

RANZA WITH HIS TROOPS heavily during the forenoon, and only t M +: immediately got into his car and went ACQUITTAL OF CRAWFORD s
two husky darkies inaugurated the to the neighborhood of the disturbj i j i
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Troubles in Mexico Add work. Wednesday morning the force ance. He heard from a person there' '
Economic 1 s Crawford Was Convicted at First 1
l consisted of nineteen men, and next : : that Fannie Lloyd had been shot byi
Misery to That Unhappy + + i Trial Second Resulted in Mistrial i,
week it is hoped that a full force will English Dell, both parties being col-1 i .
Country.We be on the work. +: ored. Further inquiries brought to !; Free after 27 Months '
Mr. H. Freeman has of the i habit I l'
charge light that Dell had been in the .

hear of no stirring events in work. He is a very energetic as wellas of keeping company with a daughter 1!, MIAMI, May 24.-For the. first time ... '."
Mexico just now. Yet there are great capable engineer and so far, at t 4IT I of the Lloyds against their wishes, .;I I in :27 months, Florian R. Crawford ate ,
doings both by the Mexicans and the east, uses no foreman but oversees + + 1 and that Dell had shot the girl's mother I]i supper outside of the ftade county

Americans. the work himself. Mr. K. L. Gray, 1 N /JRYAN on account of a scolding she ham jail last night-at the little home in ,

Although no written agreement was assistant to Mr. A. F. Harley, engineer i- J TNClCANOIOATt'U SECTIONS OFFl6RIT Of TM6POPlt> FOR Of ti given him that night for taking the Cocoanut Grove where his family has I
drawn up by Gens. Scctt and Obregon, for the city during the improvement VA/TO STArSISENATORSenator girl with him to a wedding. been living since the arrest of the

they ma.le a "gentleman's agreement"that work, is on the job all the time Many tricks were used by Dell and father on a charge of murdering Joseph I'
bids fair to accomplish more in looking out for the city's interests.It i his relatives to lead Mr. Cameron on Keene at Fulford. Crawford was t

the end than any formal protocol is to be hoped that the property Bryan is just a plain, straightforward Demo- a faKe scent, but by some clever acquitted by a jury in: the ,circuit ,1 I

would be likely to accomplish, in view. owners will heed the advice given in il crat and is not resorting to demagoguery to befuddle the sleuthing he found enough evidence court late yesterday afternoon the J

of) the precarious position of the de our last issue about making sewer minds of the people. He is sincere, and is not making long- I against English Dell to fasten the \erdict being brought in'at: 5:45 af- t
facto government among the Mexican I connection from the mains to their crime on him and arrest him. The ter the jury had been ojat one hour .. '
properties along the paved streets before range promises, impossible of fulfillment, to catch votes.
people. I woman had been shot in the leg with and fifteen minutes.
Gen. Gabriel Gavira, commander of the pavements are laid, so as to : He is a big man, and is not, therefore, dealing in the small birdshot, and a double-barreled gun i During the time the jury was out, t

the de facto government troops in not disturb and thereby damage practices that generally creep into a political campaign. His in Dell's possession showed a shell Mrs. Crawford sat beside,her husband, t
Northern Mexico, has just announcedthat them. This work can be done better loaded with the same size shot ip one
;I; campaign has been conducted on broad lines, just such as : getting up frequently nd walking
the greatest military movement now than later on. ; should commend a man who aspires Ito represent a great barrel and that the other barrel had about the court room. She was visijibly F
in the history of Mexico is now under + lately been fired. while the -.ccused
I nervous man
+ state in the Senate of the United States.
He said being THE GRAHAM PICXIC. ; ; The
way. troops were mov- woman's wounds are not neces- showed absolutely no emotion. His
ed from Central Mexico to the Texas Graham, being the "capital" of dis- That the Telegraph has taken a correct measure of the ; sarily serious. Dell is in the county little daughter Gladys ignorant of 4

border, to Western Chihuahua, and to trict No. 11, the new voting precinct, I ; man is pretty well shown by the following letter from Sena- ; jail awaiting arraignment before what it all meant, sat beside him. ,I'

the Parral district. had a political picnic Wednesday, tor John W. Kern, the leader of the Senate Democrats: County Judge Gardiner. while a number of other relatives I
Gen. Gavira also stated that Car- which was well attended and much enjoyed grouped themselves about the table
.
ranza troops have occupied San Antonio The county candidates were UNITED STATES SENATE BIRTHDAY PARTY. where Crawford sat. Out in the court .

which up to a few days ago was out en masse, also several state can- Washington, D. C., March 6. Little Miss Mary Rebecca Canova, I room sat Jerry and Martha Keene,

Gen. Pershing's advanced supply base. didates. + C. A. Carson, Esq., Kissimmee, Fla. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Ca- children of the dead man. Both of i
He added that troops of the de facto I My Dear Sir-I have had several inquiries from peo- nova. celebrated her sixth birthday by them left the room before the verdict i

government would in a few days be Mrs. A. V. Long motored over to ple in your state whom I knew in Indiana inquiring about giving a lawn party on Wednesday af- was brought in, although/ they had

as far north as Namiquipa."It Gainesville last Friday and while Senator Bryan-his ability, influence and standing in the ternoon, from three-thirty to six, at i listened attentively during the long -, s
is our understanding," said Gen. there was the guest of Mrs. H. L. Senate. I have answered all these inquiries by stating that the home of her parents, corner Wal- arguments of the .attornt' .s.
Gavira, "that Gen. Pershing will concentrate Gray. Mrs. Long was accompaniedby Senator Bryan and I entered the Senate on the same day- nut and Ninth streets. When Clerk Ben Shepard read the tl .'

his forces at Colonia Dublanas Harold Wall Gustine Long, Ella that we occupied connecting rooms at the same hotel, for Two tables were covered with a verdict of "not guilty," Mrs. Craw-

de facto troops can occupy territory May and Annie Long. some months, and that our acquaintance,has since been so large number of beautiful birthday ford jumped from her chair, exclaiming It II

thus evacuated." close and intimate that I know him through and through gifts brought by the guests for their "j I "Oh, thank God for that." Craw- r i
Accordingly, Gen. Pershings has Boquillas is being pushed by the pun- and have as great affection for him as if he were a kinsman. charming little hostess. The lawn, foM[ made no exclamation. but pushed I

shortened his line of communicationand itive force under command of Maj. Because of his great ability and sterling qualities, he I with its background of a magnificentsweet 'his way to the jurymen, shaking each t t'j

has drawn in his scouting patrols. Langhornet News of a clash betweenthe was given an important committee chairmanship when he gum tree, presented a beautiful one by the hand. Mrs. Crawford also { s

Thus, while the diplomats of the two bandits and the American troopersis I had been in the Senate only two years-and his other com- it picture as the fairy-like little ones went among the jury thanking the '<\

governments consider the question of expected at any time. At last reports mittee assignments are such as are usually only given to the played circle games, tested their speedin ', members. 1'. -
final withdrawal of American troops, the pursuing column was about older senators. t running and enjoyed the large I Crawford immediately l dispatched ,

the general plan of campaign, as previously 100 miles south of the Rio Grande. + When Nathan P. Bryan speaks the Senate listens bet swing. Assisting ;Mrs. Canova to en- !several telegrams to friends and relatives .

mapped out, is being continued.The It appears that the Scott-Obregon i cause all of us know that he has something to say that is : tertain the children were Misses Kath- I telling them of the verdict. Ore ,

Carranza government is expected conferences, although reported to have I worth while, for he never discusses a subject until he has + leen Alvarez, Olive Ray and Ai'fen went to H. E. Fine, who was acquit-
to do what it can in the south and in resulted in a deadlock, really had a i mastered it. : Alvarez.In I I ted of murdering Harry: Harmon.

unquiet districts along the border, and letter effect than was at first thought + lIe has the confidence and good will of his fellow Senators : the midst of their merrymaking i "This smile will never come off," said

the American forces enter a stage of Carranza, through Obregon, made a t on both sides of the chamber, and for that reason he Levy Canova appeared with two large Crawford. The Crawford* then left in

activity which may be considered pro- big noise in insisting that American + has great influence in shaping legislation. : rolls of hemp matting-these were : an automobile for the little home in

tective. That is, they will he so ar- troop levcIexico, but when he : Florida ought to be proud of Senator Bryan, for not + spread on the grass and the little people Cocoanut Grove-the fir ."*, time the

ranged in the border region that they found that his bluff failed to work and !state has a more faithful, or more influential Senator than t sat down to take their refreshments ., 'I father had !been free to >jr* where he

may be used for patrol work and maybe that the United States intended to + he. a la Japanese. Miss Florence. pleased in 27 months fiurine: that

on hand if further trouble should keep troops beyond the border whether : You will not find a member of the Senate who will hes- ++ Canova, Mrs. W. H. Graham, Missi i time he has been under Sentence of

arise between the two governments.The they pleased Mexicans or not, he : itate to endorse all that I have written concerning him. : i I Hilda Canvoa and Mrs. N. D. Wain-.1 I death, for his first trial rt' ulted in a
punitive character of the Pushing suicided and apparently is making the + !
: With kind regards, I amt wright assisted Mrs. Canova in serving conviction. The suprnte; court reversed -
expedition, while not actually best of the situation. lours'er truly. t I the guests. The refreshments consisted i the lower (court aii>j ordered! a sI
abandoned, is not being pressed in The net result of Gen. Scott's conferences I .
+ (Signed) J\O.1V. KERN of strawberry ice cream, pound I : new trial, which resulted ic i a mistrial.; i
any offensive sense, and the active with (;en Obregon are reported + I The third trial made Crawford a free
pursuit of Villa has bern temporarilyabandoned. follows +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++t++++++++++++++ cake and marshmallows, which wa;i ;J
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---- heartily enjoyed by all. man.
First Gen. Scott is convinced that -
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This state of affairs amounts vir- the Carranza government bus a better -I j shall occur until after the Repullican ficer.s I are reported to Lave repudiatedtheir Games the refreshments, -
tually to "watchful waiting" beyond' t understanding! uf the motive and land l Democratic conventions next allegiance to the first chief and i and as the sun was setting, reminding j i Kate Livingston: made a recent t

the border, with troops on the job, purpose of the United; States in sending I month. to have taken control of the San Juan, I the little ones that the "end of a per- I'I visit at the home of h'"r brother,
feet day" was at hand, they gathered Mr. G. C. Livingston, and was accompanied
rather IV! Rio, Mazas and Laguna
than President Wilson it
diplomatic "watchful troops into Mexico and that the was explained,
districts'j around their beautiful little hostess ) back to Jacksonville by Miss
including the outskirts of j I
waiting with nobody but the incompetent purpose isnot aggression or armed was moved to make these representations -
and her mother and expressed their Margaret Livingston.
Mexican government on the job, intenention. to General Carranza by a spiritof A proclamation issued by the rebels i .
appreciation of their ('ntertainment.1
as was the case before the Per"hing Second-Gen. Obregon has agreedto conciliation and accommodation but promises to restore all property seize -
expedition was sent into Mexico. It end 10,000 picked troops into the desired to impress the Mexican first ed by Carranza and establish a form in sweet, childish fashion, before saying 'I Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson an3 little son,

is the hope of the Washington Ad- Rig: Rend and Parral regions of Mexico chief that there were influences in the of government in accordance with the goodbye.Mrs. Laurie, have l been visiting vi Alachua,
ministration that this strong hand of to tamp out bandits. United States in favor of intervention. I Aguas Calientes convention. 'I Rebecca Alvarez and )lr.1 i the guests of Mrs. W. G.j Chapman.
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the United States in Mexico may tendto Third-Gen. Obregon has given orders General Carranza is declared to have I Carranza is burdened with too many I Mary: Wainwright, for whom the little: They also spent several da j s in Lake .! 1
I hostess was named were honored '
bring about some degree of to Gen. Trevino to endeavor to demanded in vain an unconditional generals. To paraphrase "the old Butler with Mrs. Seebrr r ing.
stabil-I ; guests of the occasion. The little I -
ity. Nevertheless the fact I head off the bandits who raided! _Glen promise from the American government !:woman in a shop," he has so many gen( folks invited were Harriet Ritch, Car- -
that nothing has been settled definitely Springs and Boquillas! in the Big Ben that the United States forces | erals he don't know what to rlo. There LEVERETT IN TROUBLE.PALATKA .
I iRitch, Virginia Weeks, Mary EII !
and that the flames of a new crisis I would ; 1*. <*ol. A. H.
country. lie withdrawn at a fixed date j seems to be only two rank? of di-tinc-I I la Edwards. Owen Griffin, Kenneth May -
lllay break forth at any moment. Fourth-The United States troops after the National conventions. I tion in Mexico, general and president.The i iI Tomlinson !' Odum one of Palatka'.s mast prominent -
Laurie Sammy
Register
Of Villa, who is the root of all evil, will continue to remain in Mexico un- I Because no positive assurances were \ generals want to promote them-I!I lawyers and citizens, :;\vas calledto
there has been no news of late. He til the Carranza government demonstrates Sfiven: he is said to doubt the good i I selves. I I Sternberg, George; Johns, Lucile j the front; door of his liome this T
is Mitchell, Russell Daniel David Mitchell. ; ;
taking it easy somewhere and whether it has power to control faith of the administration and to I WASHINGTON morning at 7 o'clock by A. G. Leverett,
)laThe Carrar.zl t
: : ., Eugene Matthews, Florence An- ;
wms to even have given up the habit the situation in those portions of fear that President' Wilson plans I '' | a white man, and shot tvvVe: with a ;.
operations is facing '
d government said to be drews, Elizabeth Andrews, Francesi
dying. Northern Mexico[ where the United on a big scale in Mexico for :S-calihre revolver. One mullet entered -
a serious economic situation. Themonetary ,' Ruth
;i Colley, FannDarb. Poppell?l
Efforts of the American column to has the left cheek and th' other the
States! government no troops. the expected effects in the presidentialcompaitrn. I 'II
exterminate I problem is already acute, Elice .Jones, Jop Sistrunk, Gus?ie May
the scattered bands of Fifth-Gen. Obregon also !gives as- food : upper part of the left shoulder, inflict ::
there is shortage in Mcftico
Villa a Dennett, Annie Belle Turner, James
followers in the district occupied surances that the Carranza forces will The Mexican embassy still is without I'I ing painful though not s t'l io..;? wound-.

by Cen City, and there are no prospects of'William Brownlee, Ruby Davis. Chas.Marks ,
Pershing's command are rap- not do certain things, among them instructions from General Carranza I Dr. Welch wa- imm",iHi-ely! summoned -
relief from the strike virtually I Ii
idly extending [ Richard Wainright, Tom Bond
nearing a culmination. The largest that they will not attack the American and Ambassador Designate Arre- all and dressed the infyries.} and
over the Mexican railroad
and Julian Canova.
bands but'a been broken and driven expeditionary force. dondo was said today to regard the lines. i I the patient i is now able to}attend \.r>

south, but a few fugitives remain in The following news was lad news silence of Mexico[ City as ominous. Washington to first- business., The'ouldIoe a;sa dn. whotr.
expects pet
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base territroy just south of the field for Carranza and he has probably I War department officials explained hand information from Consul Fletcher HEARD-SMITH. j it i is alleged is inance, Wan at oncoarrested ..

td at Namiquipa. This was indicated asked himself more than once. "How I today General Funston's action in at Chihuahua City, who is i on his I :Mr. Wm. Heard, from the Sapp section by Sheriff Kennerlyand placed :'

twelve the attack made by them upon do I stand"WAS1IINGTON withdrawing part of General Persh way to Washington with reports from I Baker county, and Mis Wealthy' i in jail. '
American troopers on a foraging May "JO.! -It was; ing's expeditionary army to patrol the five other consuls in Northern Mexi Smith, of the western portion of Bradford ] Levcrott i is employed at the saw- t

expedition recently. Unofficial rePorts indicated in a high quarter today that Mexican border as a precautionarymove Ico.I Special Agent Rodgers, who is II county, were married at the I miN! of the Browning Lunger Company -

Ulns here indicated that flying (01- special diplomatic agent James Yinn to guard against further bandit in Mexico City, informed the State courthouse Thursday at 1 :30 p. m., by ;! at East Palatka as foeman and!

In of cavalry are riding hard in Rogers, at Mexico City, has made important raids into American teiritory. Department today-that a new note was I ReF. B. Johns, in the presence of i I saw filer and on several occasions. re- .
atttmpt to exterminate those who, few witnesses. The wishes gently I J I remarked that bo intended to ,
as long representations to General Secretary Baker made it plain, how- being prepared by Carranza, but nothing I a Telegraph I
an as they are at large, remain Carranza at the direction of President ever that no orders had been sent to as to its substance was revealed. them a happy journey through life. j I rillomeone. lie is a man *>f family
annoyance to the American lines the and resides in this city !in vicinity ,
of Wilson through State Department. General Funston to withdraw toops However, while the domestic situation I tit
COllUnun l'a tion. According this authority General from Mexico.The lof the scene of the near tragedy: of l
Private i is lead the attitude of Mexican officials Friends of Miss Notre M. Johnson '
aratiofta advices indicate that prep- Carranza has been informed: dispatch below indicates that is described as more friendly of Summerfield, X. C., will regret to this morning!: 1 j jf 1 1I

Dublan. are being mad at Colonia 1.-That sentiment in the United I some of the Carranza officers, whose since the border conference.ST. hear of her having recently been in a :
to .120 miles south of the border States as reflected in the press and i allegiance was never strong anyway, serious automobile accident. The I Mrs. Elizabeth Breeze, wfc> lives in :

concentrate and great quantities of supplies in Congress favors intervention and have started business on their own MARK'S. car plunged over a steep embankment,I I the southern part of towns has the j
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lealled troops. Nothing can be that President Wilson hopes to com hook: Morning service, 11 o'clock. pinning the occupants beneath its! i distinction of being the oldest wom- .'

"adqutrters! k this connection at military pose the differences with the de facto Chihuahua City, by courier to El Evening service, ';:;O o'clock. weight. Besides the nervous shock, I, an in this section. Last Wednesday ;' q _

Q the however. I government amicably if possible. Paso Tex., May 22.-General Castro Sunday scho.l. 10 a. m. Miss Johnson injuries were slight,,': she passed her 85th birthda. Quitea .
onU** meantime the pursuit of the 2-That the President desires thatno and Colonels Chavez Rodriguez, Lo- Next Thursday, June 1, holy communion but a gentleman in the party died number of persons called to see
who raided Glen Springs and change in the Mexican situation zana Mestas and other Carranza of- 8 a. m. from injuries sustained. I(I I her, [leaving birthday gifts. ;



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VIM that wr v/sr.try Ji ic da:ztr '.! Give the tnebest \'- .'<:-t .r.,: ,:<:: : : v_= wr Pay ,_ Albert ancrcs= the keenest r>:pu ar.d c.gsrt"frent : :
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it ": tJy.4.. .
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if.on.. Tr. PG."d
.7f.ll! / / rar r rx'i'Wi. 5th. Make a report to the Co-. (...... i ."-1 ) -.< ...,tAt .KM.*._.. ...*, a little! change. to be sure, but its the: C. c-t--:
..u FUt: 'J Bally with i a.'r '/ 1e.t.eddt..t1011.>f u. le occ* lit ...ell .
L ',. 1.Iip .= : 1I.oe ; fidlest Divestment ever made!
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rr. -n and t"1Il. 'Jo ho **r* "' ':'1:./ r..: ;- seop'e been done by

it / ..lat In i,.'! "I'-f-pt th: pa.>,',' ofyaf.Ui. the Railroad Commission.6th. .

1 .'./. In ot.v-r e.t.* 7rj'J. Give the
people
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entire time and talent to the rrt kia4 of txob : NNEEtALBERT
with thr !tti'Srt !tati i;;r.d it '-.'.
above. Kaye 11 rather tta".tt : :
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ryrrr ir. <: corridor-. p!'yd Mrs 3icl 111'r, :

I ft .S>'II York! for the lair y >arr two, I respectfully ask your support dabtsxhthtrtiktt.:

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FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA. PAGE THREE i



petition asking that an election be I THE fLORIDAMETAl PRODUasCQ : :i 4''

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. called on the question of the changingof PARK TRAMMELL Fi

the county seat was presented to I MANUFACTUREMETAL
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the board of county commissioners LEAKING CANDIDATE i

i iI ) last week, and was turned down. It 4' H

( LivejstateNews is stated, however, that legal action CEILINGS FOR U. S. SENATORHAS _

will be taken to compel the board to CULVERTS.SHIN61E5 x H 1
call election. A bond issue i
Told by Our Exchanges. an was recently AND OTHER

voted for the construction ofa MADE GOOD AS --i- : 1'1 '

court house, and thus the fight is SHEET METAL I .

PALM BEACH.-Thirty-five thou- 'r11'US\'lLLE.-Hunting big gameis made more intense. Clearwater is the L BUILDING 'A GOVERNOR A

sand pounds of king fish were caughtin a sport that can be had in Floridaif present county seat and apparentlyhas MATERIAL ) I WILL MAKE GOOD AS : 1

two days 01! the Palm Beach coast the sportsman wants it. The Advocate the better end: of the fight. WRITE TODAY MAAIN AN SPECIAL '
FOR CATALOGUES: QUOTATIONS U. S. SENATORHe
by fishermen in six boats. recently told of a bear hunt I JACKSONVILLE . .. .FLA. :, \\I'

lot many miles from Titusville. The SANDERSON.-Lack Dinkins of f I ;

BARTOW-Work on the Peace Valley hunters saw a bear near the Canaveral Macclenny, was hot and killed here ww/ ""- d3ff i! J'

drainage project in Polk county is : Club, and giving chase, found another Saturday afternoon by his first cou- has fought a good fight '"I

now actually under way. The district big fellow in the woods, and got them sin, Dunk Harris of Kenney. The I for the people and they are

includes about 33,000; acres of land. joth. They weighed about four hundred young men and three others: Baker, helping him in his fight now. "!

pounds each and one is said to Prevatt and Mann, were in the engine rYW4h ;:j

EUSTIS.-Lake county has nearly have put up a lively fight with the room of the cotton ginhouse. Harris I_-,"-- ,- ,,,,, ;

completed its magnificent system of hunters and dogs. and Dinkins got into a dispute over We carry all the leading He was strong from the iH'

good roads connecting the county seat, some trivial matter, began cursing and standard varieties v

avares, with every i irponar.t point DELRAY.-The season's crop is by each other, and it is alleged that Harris tested and tha known tha\e to be been r first.He \

{in the county at a cost of half a mil- far! the largest ever raised in Delray. 1 drew his revolver and shot Dinkins J adapted climate. to our ao.l: and is steadily gaining 4 J i ;.

dollars. More vegetables than in any other five times, killing him almost instantly. ground. ti{i .
lion We ca nnow make im-
season have been shipped and the tomato !. I The young men were here attend- med.ate shipment of a'.l: 1

ORLANDO.-Orange county's 59- season is keeping up in spite ing the political rally, picnic and baseball ; the seed seasonable crop HE WILL BE NOMINATED BY A BIG MAJORITY '

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mile brick road system, constructed at of the drought. Had the price of fer- game and had been apparentlyon SEED POTATOES The Record is the Best Proof of his Service. Get the truth ,
tilizer been normal many of the far- the best terms, riding around townon about it. : :
of about $600,000, was Spalding'i No. 4 Rot,
expense
an mers have broken even would have a mule and having a jolly: good 1
of last ,
completed Thursday afternoon Early Red Bliii Triumph
made a fair profit. But a goodly number time. Dinkins mother was notified and Seed Peanuts ;
laid March
week. The first brick was will wind up the season with bills came here in an automobile. Dinkinswas q'u No. 1 North Carolina I will appreciate the vote and active support of all Demo 't'.
1915. The system extends from
31st, paid and something to start next sea- 18 or 20 years old and his cousinis \ and the Small Spanish 'r'I crats. PARK TRAMMKLL.Aav .
line in direction .
the Seminole county one
son with, while a few are reported to i: about the same are.TALLAIIASSEE.The. Two Crop. ,v
to the Osceola county line in the have done well. I Seed Corn Millet Sor- l'a1 It'm..nt. ,
very
ghum, ) '-
other. Beggarweed Natal ( ;
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Leon coun- Crass Rhodes Crass ( -- ,
KISSIMMEE.-.How the cattle tick commissioners unloaded three la ChurLS Ka.-r Corn ( ': i ir
ty
Twenty-six witnesses of I '
MIA -
lives and how it be eradicated Velvet Beans. Upland:
may for the accommodation of the I
Miami, Homestead, Fort Lauderdaleand cages and Lowland Seed Kice. ; It ,
from Osceola will be shown in :
county
black prisoners, at the Seaboard Air t
West Palm Beach were last week Tomato Plans-Lhing- f .
the "movies" here on June 8, when !
Line Each .
ca2'e11
Tuesday.
depot
summoned to appear in Kansas City, "ton Beauty and tie I' -r !
Dr. E. M. Nig' ,ert, of the bureau of : i r
hold 12 men. The blacks are leased Famous John Barr.
Mo., Monday morning for the govern- .fr Ora W. E. Middleton &
ment in its suit against R. J. Bolles, animal industry United States de- I to the Bryson Company, who are the Write u for weekly .y ,
partment of agrictlture, addressesa i contractors building the Dixie Highway. price I'st: on Field Seed. ;.
charged with fraud and lotteryin i
et all tick eradication conference to be Grain Poultry Feed and C
(
Work forward at once. The .Idp-T1 I
goes
with land
connection Everglades I I Supplies Our descriptive .
held here in that date. Dr. Nighberthas of the bond .
availability $100,000 mon- '
deals. I i catalogues free oa I a I -
written C. A. Carson that he will I ,
iey is stayed for the nonce, pending request.:
I
first bring along about one thousand feet I the arrangements of County AttorneyFred AUNT PATSY Our Ml :
FT. LAUDERDALE.-The car-
the life of the
of film showing history T. Myers and the new York lawyers I
from this f = POULTRY MASS
load of celery place was I
tick. representing the bond buyers. In i ,
of last week the ;
shipped Tuesday by / makes your hens lay.
order that the work of getting the
1 '
of Equity. The ship- .
Society ,
Farmers rrIC.A.MARTIN
) ELBOURXE.-in the face of ad- prisoners delivered to the contractorsfor I -l"

ment was grown by Charles Hen- verse recommendation by the district the road might go ahead, :Mr. Senator
dricks and M. E. Krouse, of Davie. It SEED Coj : t
is believed that from 40 to 50 cars army: engineer, it now appears cer- I :Myers has advanced the money needed -'. JACrt5ONVILLE.FLOa, OA.A .
tain that the Upper St. Johns drain- for the present until the funds are 4 C a .
:
will be shipped from that section this t
age district will be put through. Ish- deposited by the Barnett National I I, ,
season. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I
of
am Randolph, engineer in charge Bank of Jacksonville in the depository II I
+ + II
the operation, recently held a conference in Tallahassee. 1: I ,
+ SEABOARD TIME TABLE. +
PENSACOLA.-Frederick Stevens with the chief of engineers at + + I ) .

and three other Chicago specialists Washington, who, it is understood, I i ARCADIA.-Reports coming in of + New time-table takes effect + Paid Ad.m'sement.: I i fJ

I I spent five days last week investigating now look with favor on the propositionand | the prairie section, where most of the + 12:01 a. m. Sunday, Jan. 2, 191C. +\\, <_
the cypress and hardwood supply has instructed the district engineer i + Trains will arrive in Starke as + .
--- - ---- -- --- -- -- --- --- -- I ,
cattle are grazed, tell of much suffer-
the along the Escambia {
: in
i swamps to allow necessary concessionsand I + follows: +
ip p river from Bluff Springs to Ferry slight change of plans. I I ing by the range cattle on account of + +

I Pass. The investigation was made by i the great scarcity of water. Most of + Jacksonville to Tampa + 1

, parties with the view of making ar- the smaller lakes and watering holes p No. 1 _____________11:14 p. m. + J. G. LUNIN6 Jj t

:?P langements for marketing the timber PE SACOLA.-Ten dipping vats have completely dried up on account I.+. No. 3 ___________..11:15 a. m. +

I II E in the are to be constructed for Esvambia of the long continued drouth, and the + No. 9 (Limited) _____10:34: a. m. +
supply
I swamps.
I county just as fast as material and matter of water for cattle has reached -- + i h

ST. AUGUSTINE.-In the of men to do the work can be secured a critical stage. Many of the smal- '+ Jacksonville to Cedar Key + : State Treasurer

/ case and the locations can be picked out. + No. 15 ..._________ 5:04 p. m. + I ,
ler streams are completely dry, and : .
Dr. S. G. Worley, of this city, against + + ,,
. the Florida East Coast railway for Arrangements are being made by the. many hundreds of cattle are suffering I ,+ Tampa to-Jacksonville + L $I'*- w t I Was appointed State Treasurer in t

t salary as chief surgeon of the railway i Escambia County Cattlemen's Association from thirst. When the hail storm came ,+ No. 2 _____________ 4:5-1 a. m. + 1912.: Elected that j ear. Has erv- I

1 company during the years he held that I It at a meeting held at Gonzalesthis up Tuesday afternoon all hoped the .. No. 4 _____________ 3:41 p. m. + z td 4 years and asks re-election by 'I

t position, a verdict was rendered Tues week. Cement has already been long drouth would at last be broken, I..+ No. 10 (Limited)___ 5:54 p. m. + his fellow Democrats. sN
ordere 1 for the work and is only .+ +
t day night of last week in circuit but aside: from the hail little moisturefell I. -

court of St. Johns county in favor of awaiting the final action of the coun- and the ground being so dry the' + Cedar Key to JacksonvilleNo. + Effidl'nchas been the Watchword t
t ty organization to start the actual I II It1'I'kins + 14 _____________ 9:24: a. m. +
- the defendant. Dr. Worley sued for rainfall helped but little. Groves and with him. The affairs: of the office ,

o $12(,,OOO, the suit being entered in woik of wiping out the tick in this, I crops: are also suffering I ++ Wannee-TrainsNo. +* x hate been handled with the stricteM -

of I'county.ST. greatly for moisture with no reliefin business integrity. '
t, February 1911.MACCLENNY.Suuae 11 + 101 Leaves Starke C:45 a. m. + i
sight at this time. + No. lOt arrives Starke 2:45 p. m. + rtS4

misguidedand I A nU5T1XE.-Flag-ler; hospital + T. J. GRIFFIN, Agent. + t ,S. I Will Appreciate ti our Pole

had! ; will be rebuilt. This action was TJIK DEVIL KES1GXS HIS JOC. + + 1 iP
rank in this section
stranger i decided by the board of trusteesof i i + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + r
the brazen break into the upon ;
audacity to ;
Standard editor's kitchen last Monday the hospital at their meeting held The devil sat by the lake of fire I Whenever You Need a General Tonic CILUNING jI
I .rf'l'f'ntThe! board did not venture '
night for which we extend! him our On a pile of sulphur kegs, I Take Grove'sThe i i

most sincere sympathy. We will leave I(I beyond the bale decision to rebuild His head was bowed upon his breast: Old Standard Grove's Tasteless __ ._ .
I i Ion the site. The cost and character \ is valuable .
Mime his chill Tonic equally as a ,
the kitchen door open in the futurein His tail between legs. r aloJ rrt a.-m'm:
General Tonic because it contains thevellknowntonicpropertiesofQUINIM
of the building are details thati I,
the would ,
case party repents and
\ ;
like to inform him that we would ap- I i will be, taken care of later. The finances .\ look of shame wa- on his face. and 1ROX. It acts on the Liver, Drives

preciate of the hospital association The from his ?, out Malaria, Enriches the Blood! anJ
a bushel of sweet potatoesan sparks dropped "yc Read The
were not brought into the discussionand Build; up the: C.hole System. SOcenu |!! Telegraph--$1.50 per year.
da side of home-nuule bacon.TALLAHASSEE.According. I He'd send his resignationTo i !
for the (present the only information -
the throne in the skies.
up --- -

to estimates I' that of can the be hospital given is is that definitely the rebuilding "I'm llwnI1d out," &\\II \\\ qn l\mlr\ ;I! If You BU1' a Car f from Nolan '

announced the
by Di'paitment \
of Agriculture, Florida's increase in decided! upon.LI.ISTINGSThe. He slid it with a sob; t &\ It Must OiseI Satisfaction

There are others that outclass: me ,,,{
strawberry acreage this year is i .!.S ..
.
,
potato situation And I want to quit job. ---
Per cent above the acreage last year my -
continues lively and! interesting, bothin
The department figure: estimate thttthere used of
the matter of the quantity and qual \Ve take many: cars
are 4,275: ; acres in :trawJl'niesin Hell isn't; ilit with the land I CIBJdIS
ity of the dug and the prices standard makes in =
riorMi this year, against a total potatoes That lies beyond the Rhine; part pay11Jsed
obtained, fl'the Up to Tues- i -
acreage of :S.Hl l11!Il-I.: Tini i i.> prop same. I'm a has-been} and a pike ment for new CadillacseThese -
.. ,, day night the record set one day \la.1\ And, therefore. I resign. I
ably the greate.rt "tin lOr .!int.' st..ttin making.them
the union; nearly b.one-fuurtla. week of 47 cars shipped from the en- f16 good cars we put in first-class shape,

tire section, hid not been broken, but ammunition maker \ just. about as serviceable as new, in our own _-:


F. LAUDERDAI.F-flans: have j Tudafshipmf'nts by f(?, the total number topped of cars that rolling recoiil -- With Knows Moody more shot about and damnation shell 61 repair( shops. :..Then they ar.c sold under a .( .

{Uncompleted for a new fireproof reinforced -
amounting to 53: made as follows -
up
s Than all the imps of hell. :
concrete theatre at this: place : Hastings: 21; Orange Mills and
with a capacity of TOO; aeats. It is tote Guarantee ;It
modern in every particular. It will I East I'altaka. 7; Dupont, ?: ; Yehinir-P.unnell: (me my job to Kaiser Wilhelm! I Money-Back

be il; ArmstrongElkton; 10; Or to the Russian: Czar,
situated on Kiioken avenue, next i j ton, 2 and Federal int. '. The yieldis Or King George; J. P. )Morgan =
to the old Herald oflu-e, and will l.e I just \ariable as ever. Or some other man or of I Purchasers get a guarantee certificate binding us to refund money in ,

completed and ready for service by war. seven days if the cars have not given satisfaction. If you buy one of

next fall. The building will I 10* 75;; I The Nolan == !
it. reputation
feet wide and UM long with an anteroom T.UU'\-It is extremelyditlicult I hate to leave the old home. these used cars of us, you must be pleased with

at the entrance on Rrickell ave- I at this time to predict whether the The place I love so well I-:..:.=.....- and standing are behind it. **- =-
nue. 19UM7; ; citrus crop will be comparatively Hut: I feel that I'm out of date : -

I late, ur small, said L. H. Jones, In the art of running hell jI I i This Booklet Free -

general manager of the Florida Citrus I I
the TALLAHASSEE.school{ laws new digest of I Exchange, when! asked about the outlook And the devil spat a squirt of steam I It tells all about our used cars and explains how we make themso

State Superintendent of Florida W.: :\!preparedby Sheats I lecently. The extreme drouth On a brimstone bumble bee, good they can be guaranteed. Copy free on application '

has just which has pievailed in many sectionsof And muttered that he guessed he'd go''II write call. *
been issued and is now being I or -* *ffafWin"
distributed. the state: has curtailed the bloom And hunt up young: John D. I IExchange. I
It U a volume of nearly .4
300 and in sol1Ca*t'5 has caused the Used Car Department ....
pages and in addition to giving I a y
all' the constitutional and statute laws ]leaves to shrivel up. Yesterday's big II I

warding school matters, contains the rain in this section, which -exchange; FOR YOUR CHILD'S COUGH j CLAUDE NOLANNolan

regulations officials ht'ped was general, is expected If your child has a cold, nose runs-or ( 1
of the State Board of Edition Fla. )
Jacksonville
to be of tremendous benefit to the coughs much get a small bottle of Dr. Bldg., Main St., '
copies of all forms for the ,
"** of school authorities and teachers, trees, and will result in what fruit Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. Its a pleasant 118 E. Broughton St., Savannah, Ga. -- 4i ;;
Pine-Tar-Honey iust what children
and a has set remaining, and possibly in syrup uef
complete index. The apportionment like and just the medicine to Distributor Cadillac Cars
to the counties of the state from many cases new bloom. soothe the cough and check thecold.
%
the" one mill constitutional state tax After taking: children stop fretting, "The House of Perfected Service. ,,

fur school purposes last year, accord- 'l'.UIPA.-That the fight between sleep good and are soon entirely well.

iac to the report of Superintendent Clearwater and St. Petersburg on the I Insist on Dr. Bell's PineTarHoney.25c. Nolan If \ '
eta, at your Druggist. ((1)) Your Honey Back bom
amounted to fc75,2-25.13: the Pint-lias county seat question is by .

hrrett tchoola in the history of Florida I'no means actions at an relative end is to indicated the matter.by recent A- No. 656 will cure Chills and Ferer. Your Car IgVt as Represented IIIIIIIIIIUIIllll1111\\\\ .--.. .1- .-..
It is the most speedy remedy we know. '
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); : BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA. } J
PAGE FOUR FRIDA: MAY :2!I), 19,5.


I !i ii erybody will be glad to see the end I I II --- --


; I Bradford County Telegraph of it. In this county it has been rather r

a good-natured affair, but as the

LL end draws near it naturally becomesa t ; VV

: :1 Local and Long Distance Phone little more tense and both the can- ,.." ij.-r.i
: t3-'; NEVER
V Number 40 didates and their friends will welcome '..>'p",'
#$U9I VV'r
';
: the time for relaxation.

: t ; Published weekly, and entered as --. ,".
.
; ,econd class matter at the postofficeit A BRIGHTER OUTLOOK. -, ,

.- Starke Florida. the of Bradford
Jn history county has

V; .. Tuesday of this week a soaking rain any

E. S. MATTHEWS Editer and Owner The
Bradford
of
blessed! all county.

VL.: fl. E. LAGERGREX. Associate Editor long drouth lasting since the begin Candidate made such rapid gains as has Dr.


ning of the year, was broken by slight V1V V ,..

THE GOVERNORSHIP. showers last week but Tuesday's rain 't# Middleton in the last two weeks. He is

now
went to the roots of the vegetation.We ;;

doubt that any other part of the ,

The time for the citizens of Florida AV\ the best friend
: V world can show arable soil capableof recognized as the over bur
is
of their state
to select a governor I sustaining::: the vegetation during a .

': : near at hand, and it is time that we I drouth of such long duration. It has

I get down to an earnest consideration i hitherto been believed that the strawberry #r dened tax payer has. Everybody is getting

of the candidates for this high posi ,
,.4 > i 'I 't the most important crop of eastern '

'i tion.should In divest forming our our minds judgment of all the we Bradford needed a rather moist < interested for they realize that our j important

soil, but this year's experience shows :

: ; V I bombast, and demagoguery that we that the berry thrives in a dry as wellas V

V I have heard during the campaign and a moist soil.Though offices should be filled by our most able

try to decide, from all the surrounding -
I.
the stand of the staple
-
I I circumstances, who is best calculated Dr. W. E. MiddletonHampton
r crops is not as good as it should be, men.

[ I to give us a good administration the plants have a good start of the ,
r office. I Florida.
of the
I' be ,
and the yield promises to
grass
:'t .. I I' Messrs. Knott, Hudson, Farris and good. There is yet time to plant velvet Corporations are against him and"there's

_
Wood are the candidates that we know ,
t V beans, peanuts, potatoes, cowpeas
The Man Now
of their Recognized as
of long
something by reason "
and :Mexican corn and in a short time
residence in the state. They have all a reason.
i the farmers will forget all about the Our Next Senator.

V been elected to positions of trust by drouth.It .

; their own home people. We must conclude ( Paid Advertisenurt.)
seems that we have gotten into a

t therefore, that they are all men
cycle of rainless springs and we again
V of character and standing. The mat-
advise all who can do so to install irrigation -
\ t ter, then, resolves itself into a question --- '
for their most valuable crops
'-, V I of who is best qualified for the PERRY WALL SPEAKS
The few who irrigate have had more Political

J I i position. By reason of his long experience and better strawberries than others HERE THE COMING WEEK Announcement1Cards I

as a cabinet officer and his
;' I and sweet corn, cucumbers, tomatoes
with state affairs -
t intimate acquaintance and other vegetables, which many did Candidate for Senate Making
the
: the Telegraph believes that not plant this spring on account of not more than one inch in length ((72 FOR COUNTY JUDGE. This is to announce to tbe
f choice should at this time be given to Another Tour of West words) will be published under this heading I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor ford county that 1 am a candidate eititen of Bni
T
the drouth are plenttiful with the ir- : from date ef receipt until the primary electionin re-election te the office of County Judgeof subject to the action of the for Slient

;. Hon. Wm. V. Knott. He is a man rigators. Why not supply water to Florida. June for $5. A proportionate additional. Bradford county. subject to the action of election to Lie held on June democratic 6th. I yriau;
retpcctfiHi
of charge will be made for additional space fractional the Democratic primary June 6th. 1916 and solicit the
even support of all
of unimpeachable integrity voters
r the soil as well as fertilizer? parta of an inch being counted aa an promise if elected to give the same daily at. primary and promise a faithful at the n4

'V .; judicial temperament, and of large SLET'S inch. Announcement fees are payable in ad. tention to the duties of the office in the future duties of the office if I am elected.W. discharge. of t tk
Perry G. Wall, candidate for the i a nee and this rule will not be varied. as in the pact J.
his experience BOOST STARKE. EPPERSOX.
ability gained by long
I : GEO. A. GARDINER.
United States Senate is
making an-
: in state affairs. He is well calculated FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT.I FOR SENATOR.
'J j other tour of West Florida after I heieby announce myself a candidate for I hereby
I respectfully announce my candidacy for announce myself) a candidate fa I
;, t to give us a useful administration Starke has for years enjoyed the which he will conclude his campaignin the off ice. of Clerk of the Cireut Court of the office of County Judge and respectfully so- State Senator fwm the Fifteenth Semlorol':

i as governor. A sample of the constructive blessings of artesian water and elec- Bradford County. and solicit your support at licit the support *f the voters at the democratic District (Bradford county), subject to the rj
I his home city, Tampa.Mr. the primary election to be held on the 6th day primary election to be held on June 6th. Ibeli.'e of the democratic voters as expressed at tti
work that we may expect of tric lights, but these improvementsare of June. 1916. I am encouraged to enter this I did my duty when I hed: the office primary election to be held on June 6tk I
V
f Wall will speak in Starke Thursday the receiveM before. If I am elected again I shall give an respectfully t-olieit the
:: him is the budget system under which race by flattering vote by me at support of the fttat"
all that is deemed
;- not necessaryfor : June 1, at 7:30::: p. m., and arrangements the last election, at which time I withdrew honorable and conscientious discharge of the at said primary and promise. my faithful at.
'c. : our county finances are now being a modern small city and Starke from the second primary in order to preserve duties of the office. T. J. DEKLE. tuition to the duties of the office if I am elect _
V are being made by his harmony in the party as well as the proffered ed. A. D. ANDREWS.To .
: V I handled. have often been humiliated FOR COMMISSIONER DIST. NO.1.
people by
support of friends who were otherwise obligated -
local friends and to
Soon after he was elected to theo supporters give during that campaign. Those having I hereby announce that I am a candidate for the Democratic Voters of Bradford Coratj:
strangers remarking, "Why, no sew- him a rousing reception. The speeches business with the office will if I am elected. ,I County Commissioner for District; No.' I. Pro- I hereby annonnce my candidacy for Stall
l office of state comptroller he recognized ers here You must have a great l Ire given courteous attention and considera- viderce and Palestine voting precincts. I earmotly Senator from Bradford County. If elected I
: :Mr.Vall has made throughout the lien. The records under my personal care I solicit the support of the voters of the promise you a faithful performance of
the need of better j I my itij.
great a system
: 'a deal of sickness and "How in the district pledging to
faithfully
state and particularly in this section and supervision shall ever be open to inspection -: discharge the Respectfully
1 for the management of county world can you get along with such by the public. Respectfully. I duties of the office if elected. I lIE.V.. E. MIDDLETON.
have made him many staunch advo- n. C. RICHARD.I J. J. BLACKWELDER.I .
.i finances. The budget system is the sandy streets-why don't you have MEMBER SCHOOL B0.4KD DIST. xo.T

: : V ; result of his study of the subject. The them ?" But these omissionswill cates and everywhere h1 is consideredone hereby announce myself a candidate for hereby announce mysel/ candidate for reelection I take this method to thank the votes at !
paved of the high men in the race. re-election to the office of Clerk of the Circuit to the office of County CommUbiuner; Bradford county for the confidence that they j
; system will quickly put the counties I I soon be supplied and Starke can Court, subject to the action of the Democratic for District No. 1 (Providence and Palestine). have manifested 'ovva-d me in reflecting n*
At his headquarters in Tampa it is party at the primary election to be held June During my incumbency I have endeavored t. to the office of :Member of the School Board
: on a sound financial basis and keep :i hold her head as high as city of work faithfully for the interest of for nine
: any claimed that in hand indicate 6th. 1916. Pledging to the people of Bradford my district. terms in succession and at the a*
: 11 V them there. This is the sort of ser-1! her size. For not only will we have reports county courteous, prompt and careful attention : anj prumue if re- lech'd. to continue to serve tinued solicitation of many of my friends I u
I j I a that he will be the high man on first to the business of the office I respectfully so- j i it to the best of my ability and therefore respectfully nounce myself nt a candidate for re-eltrticn,
t vice that appeals to us as being worthwhile sufficient sewer system, and our prin- licit their support. solicit jour support at the coming subject to the primary election in June. u4

:- and it is the sort of service that I cipal thoroughfares paved but these choice votes. If not the high man, he W. T. WEEKS. primary. A. H. WILLIAMS. I refer my jan record as an evidence u ti i
what will be
will be the second and in either event my earnest efforts in school Kit-1
. we may expect from Mr. Knott if we improvements will breed others. Our FOR REPRESENTATIVE-GROUP ONE. FOR COMMISSIONER DISTRICT. 'O. 2. ters in the future. L. W. K1CKUTER.
he will be nominated, because of the I hereby announce myself candidate for
; elect him governor. citizens have been accused of indif- lo the Democratic Electors of Bradford Coun. County Commissioner for district No. 2 (Lake To the Voters The friends of J. C. MeEu ,
V great majority of the second choice ty Florida:- Butler), and respectfully solicit the hereby
There is yet another candidate for ference to measures proposed for the I hereby announce myself a candidate in support of announce him a candidate for Mania
t V votes which will to him. He is the the voters of the district at the coming prima School Board. District No. 1 iStarke), tobjKt
go GROUP ONE for re-nomination for the office j
s : t the governorship. We have not spoken city's growth, but we are sure the second choice of at least seventyfiveper of Representative of Bradford County Florida duties!'). of If the elected office I promise impartially.to discharge and to have the to the primary e'ection, June 6, 1916.

of him because know little to the action of the democratic
we subject primary
t
very
improvements now under will act the interest of all the
way people always at heart. MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD DIST. NO. 1
t cent of those who will vote for to be held in June, 1916.
j. 4 about him. We refer to Mr. S. J.I as an incentive to more. Starke is so 1 respectfully solicit the support of all democratic R. J. ANDREWS. To the Vote is> -I hereby announce ay tut
Trammell Bryan or Gilchrist as first dacy for member of the Board of Publn
,
I electors, and promise if nominated and
Catts. to such information
S According favorably located and has such a gcod elected to faithfully discharge the duties of I hereby announce myself a candidate for struction from district No. 2, subject to til

I as we have Mr. Catts came to Florida start that little will choice. the office. JOE HILL WILLIAMS.I County Commissioner in and for District No. nomination of tee primary. If. sueeoifiil I
a boosting turn 2 (Lake Butler and Worthington promise to us. best advise
.... Mr.Vall will have something of ), and respectfully ray very eff.rts to
from Alabama about five years her onto the highway to prosperity.Let hereby announce myself a candidate solicit the support of the voters at the cause of education in Bradford ewatj.

: and located DeFuniak Springs I special interest to say to the peopleof Group One for representative in the State the democratic primary election to be held on Your support is respectfully solicited.N. .
; ago nan and become June 6th. I if .
( every woman a promise elected to give care- E. ROBERTS.I .
Thurs- Legislature, subject to the action of the votersin
Starke and vicinity on next
Vt1' where he was for a time pastor of booster.A. the democratic primary eleition to be heldon ful and conscientious attention to the duties of

i the Baptist church. Just before leaving day night. Come out and hear the June 6th. I promise if elected to give care- the office. C. A. ROBERTS. wish TO say to the voters of Bradford j
county that I
\
aa a candidate for re-clettM
ful attention to the duties of the office and to j
next Junior Senator from Florida. I hereby as a member of tae Board of Public lujtraetici
i Alabama, as our information goes, D. ANDREWS HIGHLY use my utmost endeavors to act for the best announce myself as a candi.
for
date for the office of County Commissioner District No. 2. and if elected I prep
( Paid Advertisement.) interests of all concerned.D. .
I1 he was a candidate for congress ENDORSED FOR SENATORHon. F. MCDONALD.I in Commissioner's District No. 2, comprising faithful service to one and all. and rapKt
I Lake Butler and Worthington Springs voting fully solicit your1 support at the coming primary
Hon. Thos. Heflin.
ii : against He carried JUSTICE OF PEACE: 6th DISTRICT, ta'se this method of announcing to the cit district subject to the will of the democratic of June, 1916. Thanking you for put

:k1 V on a hurrah campaign there, much Vote for J. C. Poppell. izens of Bradford county that I am a candi- .voters. _L_.at the'"primary. '.. to.. be.. held_ June 6. 1916. favors. J. E. DOUGLASS.

$1 as he has made in Florida, but :Mr. H. C. Parker Says he Was date for Representative in Group 1. subjectto of n the eieciea office.Will laitninlly W. R. ALDERMAN discharge the, Jr.duties MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD DIST. NO. I
No 666 will cure Malaria or BiliousFever. the action of the prima election to be
Heflin returned to held on June 6th. If I honored with I hereby myself candidate fat
was congress by a One of Hardest Working am election FOR announce a
kills the COMMISSIONER
I .. It
germs. I promise to serve you faithfully. DIST. NO. 3. V re-election as Member of the School Board to
p safe majority of the people among W. G. SEALS. I hereby ann.jnce myself a candidate for District No. 3. subject to the action If th
Members of House. SUMMER NORMAL TERM AT County Comm lloner for the 3rd Distrirt and democratic field .
V whom he and :Mr. Catts lived. Following respectfully solicit primary) election to be
your support at the Democratic
V FOR REPRESENTATIVE-GROUP TWO.I June 6th. I respectfully solicit the support tIthe
4't his defeat in Alabama :Mr. KEUKA. primary Jane 6th. I promise if elected voters at taiJ primary election.
t hereby announce myself a candidate in to the
serve people as the law directs.J. .
.- Catts came to Florida and is undertaking To the Voters and Citizens of Brad- GROUP TWO for nomination for the office of H. MOORE. CHESLEY FOGG.

r ford County: Term June 19 and continues Representative in the Legislature from Bradford -
begins
to hurrah himself into the office I hereby anio'jnce myself a candidate fct
: county subject to the action of the Democratic I hereby announce myself
of The main feature I will say that I have served duringthe eleven weeks. Reasonable rates. Class primary election to be held on June re-election to the office of County aa a candidate Commissioner for the tffice! of Member of the Beard of Public V
governor. will be small and will fare better struction for I'i* I you 6th 1916. I respectfully solicit the support of for District No. 3 (Raiford and Lawtey .
of his campaign seems to be a fight 1915 session of the Florida Legislature than where classes are large. 18 miles all voters at said Democratic primary aid I subject to the action of the democratic primary.) tion mise of the miitg, primary. If elected I pi*tIthe

. on the Catholic church. This crusade with A. D. Andrews, and I will west of Palatka on A. C. L. Have promise a faithful discharge of my duty if I If elected I will at all times work for the in county conscientious and the service district.in and the therefore intenst i...
I am honored with nomination and election.A. terest of the people of Bradford .
county.S.
; : may meet the approval of a great say in behalf of his candidacy- that I been very successful in this work. S. CREWS. T. DOWLING. licit your &UJ port. EetpectfuHy PINIIOLSTEB.
TKUBY B.
Come and enjoy a term with us.
'
3 number of people, but it does not qualify there was no more efficient member in Address To the Democratic voters-of Bradford County: FOR COMMISSIONER DISTRICT: NO. t.- -- -

V Mr. Catts for the governorship. the House. J. N. OVERHULTZ I hereby announce myself a candidate for I hereby announce myself a candidate for FOR TAX ASSES!oR.
Representative in the re-election To the citizens of Bradford County
legislature of to the
Florida in office of County Commissioner -
: The Catholic church in Florida is avery He always voted with the prohibition 5-19-4t. Interlachen Fla. Group Two and respectfully solicit the supportof for district No. 4 (Starke). While I express my sincere gratitude aad aPP**

V people, he voted against all large the voters in the coming primary to be the duties of the office were new to me I ciation for the very kind consideration gntf
affair
weak far
l so as members Dry goods notions furnishings held June 6th. 1916. I promise if elected, to have tried to serve the best interests of my me in the piist and solicit your cordial HF
r ; are concerned and it does not seamS appropriations, unless they were for give: careful attention to the duties of the of district and the county at large. With the port in the forthcoming democratic pnatfj
clothing, shoes, etc., at cost. I am fice to the best interest of the people.E. experience I have had I feel that I election for the office of County AueaMT
schools. the interests of can
He voted for give
4 to be making any effort 'hatever to going out of business and am closingout L. CROSBY. better service in the future and if re-elected Taxes. Should I again be elected you .

V exercise control over our state af the farming people. He was always my stock. Here is your oppor- I shall certainly always strive to do what is always find inc c'I the job. ready to giw lbI
for bargains. M. Leviton.be FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT.I best for all concerned. On this basis I best service tf which I am capable. .
tunity so
,; there when the House was in session '
fairs. We not therefore in licit the Very truly.
are
I any respectfully announce myself a candidate votes of the democrat of the district.
danger from this organization but if and watched all the workings of the for the office of Superintendent of Schools of J. L. UNDERHILL. N. D. WAINWRIGHT..
the universal choice of the county. Bradford
county and solicit -
we were all the other candidates for legislature. I noticed carefully how the primary election your support in I hereby I hereby announce myself a candidate for Jji\
Bradford could not possibly do better to be held on the 6th of announce myself a candidate for
I voted for June. 1916. pledging County Commissioner office of Tax Assttwr of Bradford county :;
voted he
he and always any myself if elected to for District No.4 :
: '
governor are protestants and would than to return him to Tallahassee as faithfully discharge my duties. (Starke) I solicit the support of the votersof Sect to the Democratic Primary to be ][

V be just as much opposed to church bill that would benefit the poor peo- their next Senator. While Representative O. L. MIZELL. discharge the district the and if elected I promise to I of June the 6. 1916.Democratic in4 earnestly oters s.licit it said the pnmsBr loPP"1
t duties of the
office to the best of
interference in state affairs as :Mr. ple.I. I know it for a fact, that he I hereby announce myself a candidate for my ability. M. M. GRIFFIS. pledging myveif! if elected to give in ret1tI
V do not think Bradford county, or the office of good and faithful service. Respectfully.
Catts could possibly be. They have County Superintendent of Public BYRD.
worked heart and soul for the best interests FOR J. C.
Instruction. subject to the COMMISSIONER DISTRICT
other county could send a man action of the democratic NO. 5 -
: made no outcry on the subject because any of his county. lIe was alwayson primary election to be held on June I hereby announce myself a candidate for FOR Sl'PIRUSOR--- --OF-REGISTRATIONI
to represent! them in the Senate that 6th. 1916. I respectfully solicit the County Commissioner of District No. 6
: t honest sincere men do not believe the firing line looking after the of the voters at said support I Brooker and Hampton). I respectfully solicit am a candid.'e for re-eleetion to the 5**
would work for the best interests of tM*
t in crying wolf, wolf when there best welfare of his people and he primary.F. A. SCOTT. the support of the voters at the democratic of supervisor of registration and will for w"support.
V their harder than the lion. primary to be held June thp voters at ties! coming primary
; county any on 6th. and promise tduties f
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is no wolf. We understand that Mr. favored no section in particular, but I hereby announce myself a candidate for if elected to do my duty as such ommissioner. I have riven careful attention will to '
A. Andrews.) the of this cfTce in the past and
office of
Knott for County Superintendent A. B. SURRENCY.
whom this
of Pub.
paper expresses he his labors
for the benefit of tot
gave lie Instruction tinue to do so :f I am elected
.- I am willing: for this letter to be subject to the action of the KNIGHT.
a preference is a Baptist and that democratic I hereby term. : C. A.
the county as a whole. primary on June 6th. 1916. Pledg announce myself a candidate for -
for published so the voters of Bradford ing to the people prompt, courteous and County Commissioner of District No. 5 -V -
he has been deacon care. 1.
many years a I have known Mr. Andrews FOR ( ONmhLE WST. NO.
for ful (
county know the faithful and ef- years dispatch of their business if elected. I Hampton, Brooker and New River), and respectfully *
of the church to which he belongs. may and I know of no better suited n-spectfully solicit the support of the voters solicit the support of the democratic I take this .?,thod of announcing to fit
fici 'nt work that was done by A. D. man or at said primary. E. R. POPPELL. voters in the primary to be held on June 6th. citizens of La,,'i.ythat I am a ""''"""
We jId
4V Senator Hudson is Methodist.. Andrews. I who could more profitably and ably and faithfully promise If elected to do my dutyas Constable in ar j for District No. 1. I .,
do I hereby such commissioner and to use all efforts to the action vI C; the v
not know what denomination the announce myself\ for re-election to my primary 1'1t'CtlOnk
.
4 Yours for good government. represent people in this capacity.He the office of County Superintendent of Schools in continuing to ..ork the county convicts upon held on Jure f-Jh.' I T iii*
the other candidates belong to, l I.ut has every attainment that goes to of Bradford county and respectfully solicit the roads. J. E. ADKINS. support and prm se faithful attention t>
H. C. PARKER. your votes in office if I am Ii"t't-d! J, H. LOWER--
the
S it is safe June primary. If
\ % to say that they are prot- make valuable elected I I wish
:Member a official and with his I| will endeavor to hold and increase the to. announce to the citizens of Com
estants or there would have been something Legislature 1915. life-time knowledge of the :I! growth of our schools in results and benefits great missioner's District No. 6 that I am a eandi. FOR CONSTABLE! DIST. NO. .I. tl
!O LaCrosse Fla. people and date for County Commissioner in and for I to the
said
the
V.? to children of the county.F. respectfully announce CltiJtllfdatr
said of it in the campaign. their needs no better man could be G. SCHELL. district. subject to the action of the democratic Starke district No. 6. that I am a
It would seem to lx<<> unwise!' to vote I I primary election of June 6th. If elected I for the oftttf, of Constable in and for
found to represent them in the Flor- promise to faithfully discharge the duties of district. If I a., elected I will giv ar
.: V for a man for governor who bases his To Bradford County Voters. ida Senate. FOR TAX COLLECTOR. the office with the view of serving the best interests attention to the duties of the office.
# I I hereby announce myself a candidate for of all concerned. JACOB J. JOHNS.
'V campaign solely on an appeal to our Although I am not now a voter of From the Bradford county papers I I !re-election for the office of Tax Collector for JAMES REYNOLDS.---- -- -

emotions. There are many details of Bradford county, I have the Bradford county, subject to the action of the FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR.I .
spent notice
that he is meeting with the I! Democratic primary of June 6, 1916.!: and promise I hereby announce myself a candidate for lf candid1- ,.
'I state government yet to be worked greater part of my life there and have well deserved support of his if lected to give the office my time and the office of County Commissioner for Dis re-election hereby tc anince the office mys of County a Survfl':
V people trict
No.
out in calm businesslike and cast the people my servcie. Respectfully.B. 5. Hampton. If elected I will UM again clx**
Bradford
in
a way many a vote grand old Brad- which is my best efforts to ec-inlr If I am -
conferring him well M. DOWLING.I serve my district and th **'*
&
upon
a *
this >
1 : a man who is capable of advising and i j ford. I have interests there and takea deserved honor of county at large in every way economy and im duties office according I will;o a*the in survtymg the past. I..... *":&*j
service well and provement
: assisting in the great work is the kind interest in a take this method of announcing to the dictates and therefore ask foi fear or favor. The support of toy***,
deep the .
affairs your
of that faithfully performed.As citizens of Bradford county that I am a can- I support at the coming primary. the coming is respectfullY "JfJOEO.
: of man that we should elect to the I county where my early boyhood days didate for the office of County Tax Collector: H. D. MAY. unman E. KELLI-:
: : V. an old Bradford county boy, I subject to the will of the voters at the democratic -
: ; governorship. The budget system of were spent and where I secured my cannot resist writing a few words in primary to be held on June 6th. In I FOR SHERIFF. rf

: handling county finances shows Mr. first start in life.I making this announcement I refer to my rec I hereby announce myself a candidate foi The Strong :Wlthstand the Heat
V his behalf and I hope the voters will ord as treasurer of the county and promise re-election to the office of Sheriff of Bradford Summer Better Than the weak
Knott to be capable of rendering real have been the same careful attention to the y
watching with interestthe office of col. I county. I have during
vote for their best my encumbency endeavored
interests by lector if I and yoUIl
vital giving am honored with election. I to faithfully Old people*bo are feeble,
service to the state. in discharge my duties as strengths
race Bradford county for the him the position he' seeks. G. W. HAZE sheriff and hope that my work has met the people who art weak.will be

.l S State Senate and I am pleased to note I I hereby I approval of the public to the extent that I can and enabled to go through the depT *:

; V L There is less than two weeks more that Bradford's Respectfully, the office of announce Tax Collector myself of a candidate for hope for a good support at the coming pri ing heat of summer by taking regal*"
I I present Representative Guilford Fla. Bradford coun mary. If re-elected I
B. I promise
F. FIX LEY. as good serviceas It
ty subject
to the Grove's Toni
of Democratic Tasteless Chill
the
: campaign and much II Primary of June hitherto and will : eUI'q
pretty ev- lIon. A. D. endeavor to do better
yet
Andrews
6th.
seems to Paid Advert 1916 and solicit the
-- ( 3ement.) voters. J. support of the Democratic wherefore I respectfully solicit your support and enriches the blood and
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FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE FIVEi

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... 1)1RS, MATTHEWS GIVES SILVER UNIQUE BIRTHDAY PARTYMr. I RECORD LOWERED BY CADILLAC + + + + + + + 'J' + + + + + + +
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Bits of Local and Mrs. J. C. Poppell's Children Run From Los Angeles to :New York + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + .
Last Thursday afternoon, at three Give Birthday Celebration. Lowered by Four Days. Notice of Application for Tax Deed e

thirty, at her home on West Madison Under Section S .(f Chapter 4888, .
Information street, Mrs. E. Matthews enter- Last afternoon Laws of Florida. tHereby '
Saturday the 20th When Claude] Nolan, Jacksonville'sCadillac
tained the ]ladies of the Methodist inst., from four to six, little Misses representative, recently received notice is given that H. J. .
Missionary Society, the occasion beinga Stewart, purchaser ,;f tax certificates l I.
I I c..htI o. tar/.. fU"'UI ... Ruth and Isla Poppell and Master a telegram] from Cadillac head-
"........ At ..A. C.m L- car broken an- 43, and 80, issued ty. the tax collector I
ments on the parsonage.The friends on honor of their birthdays, other record, he was not at all surprised for Bradford county,! Florida] each of I

__ parlor was attractively decorated which all occur so close together thatit but when he ]learned the details the said certificates being dated the 'f ,,
- with potted plants and white was decided to combine the celebrations which 4th day of August, A. D. 1913, has ;
J. L. Peek was in Jacksonville Thurs- DEPLORABLE ACCIDENT: carnations, the latter being Mother's were that a stock model filed the said certificates in my office ,
and give one large affair.Ruth's Cadillac]) 8 roadster had made the en- and has made application] for tax deed : x.
day. Day gift to Mrs. Matthews The afternoon natal day is the 12th"of June, tire distance from Los Angeles Cal., to issue in accordance with law. The .I'
Hardy Sweat, son of O. B. Sweat, was pleasantly spent in sew- at which time she will] be eight to New York in said certificates respectively embrace '
yearsof seven eleven
A. V. Long, Esq., was in Lake Butler was in the act of moving his house- : ing, social conversation and music. Isla's] is the 21st of when hours days, the following lands hi Bradford coun- i "
age; May, and three
fifty minutes
] Thursday. hold furniture of' Miss Marie even ty, Florida, ass<*ss Monday to the farm Livingston two
gave she was six; and Joseph's; is the 16th Mr. Nolan, who is accustomed to see the issuance of such tertificates in the \
E. E. Canova, in the Wateroak charming violin numbers, "Afterward"and '
sec-
0. L. Mizell was in Starke Tuesday, of May, when he was four. ing new records established by the names respectively hereinafter par- 1
tion where he to'e "Then You'll Remember Me be- ] set forth 1 -wit
was going Lemonade was served throughoutthe Cadillac, caught his breath in ticularly > : I.
electioneering.] a
Near the School the her mother Mrs.G. gasp Certificate No. 1 embraces the NW .
High building ing accompanied by ,
afternoon and the ]
children enjoyed And it is certainly a feat of unusual U of NEU and NH of NW>4. Sec. ; I I
F. A. Scott interviewed the Lawtey I' mule that was drawing the load took C. Livingston. every minute of the time playing interest. 20, Tp. 4. S. R. 21 East<< 120 acres, assessed ; i

voters Tuesday.Joe fright and ran away. Sweat had an The hostess, assisted by Misses Marie !games. Joseph's little friends had a The remarkable performance was Unknown. '
insecure seat on the top of the furni- Livingston and Florence Matthews, peanut hunt in which William Edwards Certificate No. 2 embraces the NJi : .
accomplished by E. G. Baker and E. .
ture and was not able to stop the ani- served a refreshing ice course. Quitea of SW i, Sec. 'l, Tp. 4. S. R. 21 : I
E. Wilson was a visitor to the was the fortunate winner of A. Sturm, and the car they used was East! 80 acres, -vs.f'Sed Unknown.
metropolis Thursda)'. mal, and when the wagon struck' a number of ladies t'njo'edIrs.. Mat the prize, a box of candy. Isla's] standard equipped stock model such Certificate No. 4 embraces SW', of J e' .

tree he was thrown violently to the thews' gracious hospitality on this oc friends engaged in a contest to pin as are seen on the floors of any Cadil- NW'4! and N'i t-f SW!i, Sec. 14, Tp. I I
in Jacksonville ground, breaking his leg in three pla- casion. the 5. S. R',18 East 12 ft acres, assessed
C S. Darling was cat's tail just at the right point.In lac sales room. The previous recordwas
M. II. Nettles.Certificate .
Thursday on business.Mrs. ces, besides sustaining other injuries.Mr. this contest ,Elice Jones won the also made by Baker, who covered No.: 5 embraces the .E% I i 1

a Sweat has a wife and several] MALPHURSMcDAVID.On prize. Ruth's friends had a spelling the distance in something over eleven of SEU, Sec. 15.Tp. 5, S. R. 18 East, .

C. M. Sparkman of LaCrosse, children, who are hard put for supporton match, and the one who "stood up the I days. It must be remembered that 80 acres assessed M. H. Nettles. l.
Mrs. Weeks. account of the accident. A peti- last Certificate No.r embraces NW1 of
is visiting Mary Wednesday e"eninIay longest" received this prize. The lit railroad
I time is usually more than five NE1, Sec. 22, "4). 5, S. R. 18 East,
tion for their relief is l.eing circulatedand 17th, at 8:00:; o'clock, a beautiful wed tle hostess, Ruth Poppell, received this days, so the performance of the Cadillac 40 acres, assesseMM..H. Nettles. ;
Col.] A. Z. Adkins returned Tuesdayfrom it is hoped our citizens will respond ding was solemnized] at the home of prize. I I stands out in greater prominence Certificate No.W? embraces the W': .. '

a business trip to Miami. generously to the call of the the bride's parents, Mr. andIrs.. Mrs. Poppell was assisted in entertaining because of its wonderful achievement. of NWU, Sec. 25;Tp;5, S. R.19 East,

needy. Frank McDavid, at Monteocha, when and serving by Misses Kath : Baker off 80 acres::, assessi& Unknown.
| cut four days from his pre- Certificate Xo.$>3 embraces 4 A in
Mrs. has had ;.
Mary Hopkins
new their lovely daughter, Miss Addie Mc- leen and Aileen Alvarez. At the close vious record and did it without any SW. corner of Nf. of Lot 4, Sec. 31, :.
fences built around her premises.J. ABATE THE NUISANCE.Who David, was united in marriage to Mr. of the happy afternoon the childrenwere i]I assistance other than that given by Tp. 5, S. R. 20 East, 4 acres, assessed :

JenningsIalphurs, of Worthington served with ice cream and wa- !'!the Mrs. C. A. Knight (Heirs). ;.
: powerful motor and well con-
E. Futch Esq., was in Gainesville I Certificate No. SO embraces the Sth
on ]legal business Tuesday would have thought that the Springs. The impressive ceremonywas fers. Those enjoying this party were structed car. of NE'4, Sec. 18!!.'Tp. .<5, S. R. 18 East, i +

i tin can is a menace to the public performed by Rev. G. W. S. Ware, Fanny Darby, Frances Colley, Lois This is a record that will probably 80 acres assessed Wir.. Perry. I

the health? The expert malaria investi- Baptist minister of Worthington Williams, Margaret Livingston, Bessie stand for a long time. Unless said certificates shall be redeemed N
U. D. Miner, jeweler, had busi- according to law tax deed will
gators of the U. S. Public Health ser- Springs.The Weeks, Rosa Leviton, Maxine the:26th of i
Jacksonville issue thereon JuneA.
ness in Wednesday.Miss on : day
i vice have found that discarded tin parlor was most artistically Young, Charles Marks, Clifford Du- trains will have the same schedule as D. 1916.Witness.

Anita Wills went to Jacksonville 1. cans containing rain water are breed- decorated for this happy occasion with bose, Hugh Brownlee, Russell Daniel before, ]leaving Starke at 6:45 a. m., my official signature and '
moss and palmettos, including roses and arriving here at 2:45 p. m. seal this the 25th day of May A. D.191p. .
Matthew
Hoover
Wednesday to visit relatives. ing places for the mosquito which is Eugene Don .
the sole agent in spreading malaria.A and magnolias. At the appointed hour Joe Sistrunk, Laurie Tomlinson, Florence ] The regular time table] will appearin (!Seal. ) W. T. WEEKS Clerk. I

)Ir;. W. H. Taylor has had her hole in the bottom of the empty can the wedding march heralded the ap- Andrews, Elizabeth Andrews, Lu- our next issue with the above cor- By R. A. WEEKS. I.

cottage on West Call street painted.Mrs. might have resulted in the saving of preach of the wedding party, and the cile Mitchell, Ruby Davis, Mary Ca- rections. 5-26-5t. Deputy Clerk.

a human life. Certainly it would have strains of the march were played nova, Mary Ella Edwards, Virginia marshal- i'

: E. W. Stewart and children I assisted in preventing a debilitating softly by Mrs. Gilbert Sheffield, of Weeks, Hattie Rae Weeks, Harriett : MAX WILSON: ELECTED MAYOROF T. P. Register for assessor, and

have gone to Jacksonville for a visit. i disease. Empty tin cans have no business Gainesville, a cousin of the bride. Pitch, Annie Belle Turner, Elice LAKE BUTLER I Russell Chastain. for treasurer, had

about the premises anyway, but They marched slowly under the Jones, Owen Griffin, Thomas Oliver, The annual town election was held no opposition. !I'

J. B. Florrid spent Sunday at The- if you must so decorate your backyards beautiful horseshoe-shaped arch the Jr., George Johns, Sammy Sternberg, Tuesday at Lake Butler] and developed

ressa with Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Ben- see to it that the can has a color scheme being pink and green, Maurice Dubose, Charles L. Kickliter, several spirited contests. Re.4 the Telegraph-$1.50 a year

nett. I hole in the bottom.-U. S. Public with a large pink wedding bell, which Junior :McDonald Paul Knight, William ]- Max Wilson was elected] Mayor, defeating tt

Health Service. the couple stood under. The bride I I] Edwards, Carlyle Ritch, Elton his opponent, A. C. Strickland]

Mrs. Mary Weeks returned home looked beautiful in her wedding gown I I Dubose Julia Canova Ruth Stern- by nine votes.J. Ask Your Groce

Monday after a visit with friends in MAYOR'S COURT BUSY. j of white marquisette, while the groom berg, Louise Stewart and Leila Dea B. Chancey was re-elected town

Waldo. the convention black. marshal C. B. Hewitt
wore Andrew:: defeating his

After they had received congratulations highest opponent, by eight votes.
; Mrs. W. B. Haynes, of Vidalia, Ga., During the past few days the city they marched out slowly] by the BARBECUE AND SPEAKING In the contest for clerk W. M. Over-

is in town visiting relatives and exchequer has been enriched by fines I wedding march to the dining room, street defeated C. F. Rivers by only
from Hind tigers gamblers and
friends. I I and the guests followed to the sumptuous one vote. .i
There will be old-time barbecueand
an
So thieves to the extent of at ]least $112
I supper. The bride cut the wedding Union I1 There were three councilmen to be
and a month's work of one man, or in speaking Chapel, ;
Pitt Tomlinson last week in I
spent cake. elected. J. H.
Scarborough and J. W.
miles northeast of Starke COFFEES.
Lake Butler the of J. E. I default cf i as guest
I After supper Mr. and Mrs. Mal 30th. All the candidates cordially Jones were elected to fill two of the
Mains who have not yet paid, 190 days' woikon are I
the streets. They were gatheredin i I phurs motored to Worthington where asked to be present to address the vacancies. For the third place C. J.
i they will begin housekeeping at Dr. Knight and R. E. Dell tied and the Best By EvfcryTest
| lublic.
Mr. Robert Gray, of Gainesville by Chief Kite and dressed off by .
and Mrs. Phillips. the bride being in The committee has first- choice will) probably] have to be madeat
was visitor to Starke last Mayor .Hoover. engaged a
a Sunday I. !.
her going-away suit of blue] silk poplin a special election.
class to the of
afternoon.C. The following, all colored, were man supervise cooking
charged with keeping blind tigers: hat and gloves to match. the meats and other eatables and a Lawrence Moore was elected night I Read the Telegraph -$1.50 a year.

B. Gwynn, of Tallahassee, candi- Robert Leonard, D. P. Pullum, Henry I Mr. and Mrs Malphurs have many good dinner is assured for the low I .. .

date for comptroller, was in Starke Sheffield] and Richard Reynolds. Leon- friends far and near who wish them price of 25 cents. Refreshments soldon :.

Wednesday. ard pleaded not guilty, but was convicted much happiness. We will miss the the grounds. Proceeds will be applied '
bride very much as she was our or- the benefit of Union ;
to Chapel
and sentenced to a fine of $50
Mrs. J. C. Hoover returned ]last and costs and 30 days on the streets.In ganist at the Baptist church at Mon (Baptist) and Lodge No. 536, W. 0. I Short Term Investments l .

Monday from a visit to her father in default of fine 60 more days on teocha. A. FRIEND. W. Everybody come and enjoy the

Jacksonville.Miss the streets will be given him. The day. "

others pleaded guilty, and were fined Shoes Leviton's.at selling out at sale pricesat J. A. ELLINGTON, There are often times when an individual desires to

Hilda Canova, of Lakeland, is $40 and costs each, or in default 50 J. H. WILLIAMS, invest funds on hand which must be immed-
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. days on the streets each. Pullum MEMORIAM. Committee.

Paul E. Canova. and Sheffield paid their fines. Walter Thomas. iately available, however, should emergency

Six white gamblers paid aggregatefines NEW TRAIN SCHEDULE. arise.
Mrs. C. R. and Char-
sons,
jEnsey
of $22.50. Our little ones God gives to us, .

ley and Lot, are .pleasantly situatedat One white boy, who had stolen] some To cheer life's rugged ways; At noon next Sunday, May 28, a To provide profitable employment for such money, i
Kingsley lake.
money from Mrs. Breeze, a poor wid- Some stay to soothe our later years new Seaboard train schedule will be The Bank of Starke issues Time Certificates in

ow, was fined $5 and a good dressing Some go to sing His praise. inaugurated.
Mrs.
Nell Hughes, accompanied by practically any desried amount.If .
down by his father. Both sentences South Bound
little Thomas Oliver, left last Wed-
were carried out. Another white boy Dear Walter heard the call No. 1, Jacksonville to Tampa, 11:14p. occasion demands
they
nesday for Savannah. are readily negotiable by
who had stolen a gold watch, was sen- His suffering is over; m., as before.

Little John and Juanita Boothe have tenced to 15 days? on the streets anda And he is safe in Jesus' arms, No. 3, 10:40: a. m.; formerly 11:15a. endorsement. If allowed to mature the principal I

gone to Tarpon Springs to visit their good whipping from his father. The On Heaven's happy shore. m. plus a liberal rate of interest is paid promptly. -

father, Mr. C. J. Boothe.D. ]latter sentence was supervised by No. 9, limited, 2:52 p. m.; formerly .

Chief Kite, and the street work was 'Tis hard to see our dear one go, 10:34 a. m. -, ;

E. Knight, Esq., was called to suspended on condition of good be- It fills our hearts with pain; No. 15, "Cedar Key Train, 5:04: p. Idle dollars are unprofitable servants. Set yours to

Lake Butler Thursday on account of havior. As the boys have promised But though it causes us to weep, m., as before.
the illness of his mother. I to reform we will not give their 'Tis his eternal gain. North Bound work today earning interest at 4 per cent.

... names. No. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville, 4:54a.
Miss Susie- Darby has returned home ---- Twelve happy years he spent with us, m., as before.

from New Smyrna, where she has been Statement of the Ownership, Management Now God has called him home; No. 4, 3:42 p. m.; formerly 3:41 p. BANK of STARKE
Etc., Required by the Act
teaching for the past term. And he with all our other ones, m.
of Congress of August 24, 1912
Of Bradford County Telegraph, pub- Will watch for us to come. No. 10, limited, 5:54 p. m., as be-
Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Mrs. J. W. lished weekly at Starke, Florida, for

Andrews, Jr., and children] are spend- April 1, 1916. One less at home! One vacant chair! i fore.No.. 14, "Cedar Key Train;' 9:37 a. STARKE FLA
State of Florida, County of Bradford. I ,
ing week !
a at Kingsley lake. How you will miss his face; m.; formerly 9:24: a. m.
Before me, a Notary Public in and
for the state and county aforesaid, God help us all to meet him there, Starke and Wannee ("Peggy")

Miss Willie Belle Sparkman departed personally appeared H. E. Lagergren, When we have run our race. '
Thursday for Jacksonville, where who having been duly sworn according + + + + + fI + + + + + + + + + t .
she to law, deposes and says that hes ---- -- -- - -- --
will take + +
a business course. .
One mod'ar one is laid to rest -
the of the Bradford Coui- '
manager f. \
t v Telegraph, and that the following In Crosby's peaceful shade; :CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING ( I .
Before returning to his business in is, to the best of his knowledge and His soul lives in endless bliss TRADE MARK REGISTEREDPHOSLIME I
on ,
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ,
Sanderson belief true statement of the '
Mr. J. F. Canova, Sr., is a owner- In the home our Father made.
spending several days in Jacksonville. ship, management, etc., of the aforesaid For Sale or ExchangeFOR '
publication for the date shown in
the above caption required by the Act Then dear ones, look to God for
After SALE-I will deliver all the
spending several weeks here of August 24..1912, embodied in section strength you I
withtrs.: Angie Sternburg, Mrs. R. I 44'5, Postal Laws and Regulations Porto Rico draws you want for $1 I FORWATA
II. Barbour and children] returned to I 'Viinted on the reverse side of this In this most trying hour; per 1,000. M. :\Moody, Starke. 2t.
Jacksonville 'orm. to-wit: And God will bless you with His love, ::1 I HAY
last
Friday. 1. That the names and addresses of .And keep you by His power. FOR SALE-Comfortable house with ,1111 t xi u .. .

Messrs. the publisher, editor, managing editor AUNT BESSIE. eight rooms and bath and 5U acre "That this Phoslime finely ground and applied to the soil
0. J. T. business
Griffin and N. and manager are: Reasonable
lot in terms.
Ritch, accompanied by their families, Publisher. E. Matthews. Starke. Hampton. will yield to the plant exactly as much phosphoric acid as i
I S. All the lOc Ginghams at 7 and Write Mrs. Annie E. Young, Hampton I
Editor E. Matthews Starke.
go
,
motored to last needed and that the balance which is actually soluble in sol :
Hampton Saturday I Managing Editor, H. E. Lagergren 8 cents at Leviton's. Fla. 3-31-tf. ,
to attend the political picnic.Mr. I Starke. id water, will remain in the soil, permanently enriching it !I .. a-
FOR SALE-My place in Wateroak's'ction
Business Manager, E. Matthews, There is more Catarrh In this sectionof on Sanderson road 40 acres : for the succeeding crop which assertion ha been fully : ,
J. F. Canova Jr. left for Jack- Starke. the country than all other diseasesput
sonville ]last .. That the owners are: together and for years it was sup- 35 improved, 30 stumped well ditch1ed I. verified by the different agriculture stations which have ; !1.
week, where he has accepted pesed to be incurable. Doctors all inside good wire fence, good
F:. 8. :Matthews, Starke, Fla. prescribed !=
a position in the office of the 3. That the known bond holders, local remedies and by constantly dwelling tenant house and outbuildings -, i tried it.. I

Western Union Telegraph Company. mortgagees, and other security hold- pronounced' failing to it cure incurable.with local Catarrh treatment is a good water, telephone, mail every IMMEDIATE DELIVERY i
.
I more>rs owning of total or amount holding of 1 bonds per cent, mort-or local stitutional disease conditions, greatly influenced and therefore by con requires etc. day.For Pecans terms ,see Peaches or write, J. E.I I Prices F. 0. B. Phoslime, Fla., in Bags I I :.

18 am closing out my business. Now other securities constitutional treatment. Hall's Wainright, Route No. 1, Starke I CARLOAD LESS THAN CARLOAD : ii.r
the time to get clothing and shoes x. or are: Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J Fla. 5-12-4t. ,
at cost. M. Leviton. Mergenthaler Linotype Co., New Cheney & Co., Toledo Ohio. Is a constitutioral I $9.00 Per Ton $10.00 IVr Ton. :;.
York N. Y. remedy is taken internallyand 0
J. H. Schroeter & Bro.. Atlanta, Ga. acts thru the Blood on the Mucous STRAYED-One mouse colored mare WRITE FOR BOOKLET .11
Fruit Jars, rubbers and tops. J. F Surfaces of the System. One Hundred mule] between 4 and 5 years old, f .
LAGERGREN .
H.
Kickhter. E. Dollars reward Is offered for any case : .r
Manager. that Hall's Catarrh Cure fails to cure. weight 600 or 800 pounds, long hair : FLORIDA SOFT PHOSPHATE & LIME CO. :
Sworn to and subscribed before me Send for circulars and testimonials.F. under stomach on leaving. Liberal : i /
I am selling out entrre stock and this J, CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. .
my 24th day of May, 1916. reward for information of where- i I Box 462 OCALA, FLORIDA. ;
ant Wing out of business. Now is the (Seal)) D. E. KNIGHT, Sold by rirtiggistg. c.Hall's .
time for bargains. M. Leviton. My commission expires Sept. 10, 1918.P' Fa-nlly Pills for constipation. abouts. E. B. Dees, Starke. It. I ----- =--.T------ jr



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; I i'" The Tale of the Ancient Printer. !i!i is SS GRINER I cle Forethougbt to ultimate Practicing!looks results.: Forethought.beyond It reaches the obsta.out ;


r QC.>______.___.. ______ ________....._.._..._""_""_"""_" _..._."_.._"_.."_.""_""__. ___"."___ __ 5Z5ZS0'I! constructively! for n way to get over,
l : : I through or around that which binders
The other day men were sitting ings. Later my informant came to
the realization/ of Its object.
together on a truck on the depot platform me, saying, 'You t-told a 1-1-lie! I .. Forethought when exercised developsthe 6 ..

t in Starke. One was a farmer was g-goin' to say h-he was d-dead Imagination. The mind accustomed

. vaiting for the train, the other was d-r-r-unk, but you wo-uldn't wa-itj to thinking ahead said acquires vision I 9

r a little old lean, battered man, his j j i My next encounter was with the politician I, i This iVil to freedom In a higher; degree 1 1 vA

, face seamed with lines bred f'Omt'ouLI's. |i himself and-well, you see theot.Iuity ". '1'11Ollt' who takes no forethought

,. The Telegraph reporter:'' !:( of my eye. Is surprised. cast down, dis 1 Te 1 1

took the latter to be a person having: ,, ".\r.d you can :ire how my left ear couraged. when an.\tiling poi-s wrong. CONDITIONS I
Sucb o one Is enslaii-d. Imprisoned' as OfflERlLrlffiTS
. a large family and a sick wife and 1 I w.s almost torn ol? It happened like : .
t 1! w It were, by n wall of circumstances.The
r, who had to starve himself to keep the : thi; ;. The sl.eriiF had advertised a > s 3 f oiie mrnsfnmwl!' to use finvJi'otuht

doctor ant druggist paid. The reporter -j pii'l'of i land for sale, and on the day '4+ 4r' Is far less! the' !slave of e1retiI;tlltce. i _' IT.

sat down on a refrigerator box c.f the sale a lawyer, who was to buy r. Such a one learns to look/ for a way bj E,1t4'- 1

, close by and listened to the followir.trconversation !! I' :it i'i, discovered that it was' described which to turn the unpleasant experience KE.
I :
; as ]lying in 'township CO:l east, rang' Into profitable results. lie uses

: "What mights\ ?" asked ; his Imagination to rind a way out. Qe .
your age ji'-l -'.uth, when the points should have : -
thInks constructively Instead of Just =
.t the farmer. .1 t 1 brew the reverse. There was no sale .
blindly giving in to fate. lie has
"Well, friend, I look lie! seventy t othe great dismay of both sheriff learned tbat by forethought and Imagination

years old, but I am really only forty. aid lawyer. The lawyer's kicks only,1 by creative, constructive thinking
7
But the business I've been in for the compelled me to do my work standingup Y he can find uew ways to success I '

past year will make most any man for a week, but the sheriff's claws when one way is blocked.- -Nautilus. .

look old in short time." ,..rtttatlN
a came mighty near disfiguring my face."About .

"Have you belonged to a burying that time I began to find Reporters In the Commons.

squad in the European war?" asked out I didn't know as much as I needed Shorthand wrIters first gained access
to the house of commons with some
the farmer. to know. There of
being no
I map sort of official acquiescence about 178G. r
"Xo, indeed not. No such an easy, the county I made a sort of makeshift In the year 1803 they nre to be found ,

pleasant job has come my way. As myself, studied the manner of occupying the back bench In the stran )

we have plenty of time I'll give you a I land divisions, so that I could be able Mrs Griner will be our next State gers' gallery without Interference from ll ttd

little of my history, for, like the 'an- I to correct the lawyers' mistakes in Treasurer.Paid the house officials: although the latter tinb 't ,

dent mariner,' I must unburden myself I advertisements, found out where the I. ..tdvertsement.lion : affected to be 1 ignorant of their presence. ;
In 18311 the house commenced to !
to --
someone."I different: villages and districts were
given his rival, or to the inadver- publish the dally division lists itself
am a printer by trade. Up to a situated and so on. Then I sat up Swat the
i tent omission of his name in some and from that time onward tbe old Bugs !
I had tried the mechan- ;
year ago only nights reading back volumes of the Idea that there was somi'thtng sacred
I j connection, but at other times I could
ical part of the work. Now, a doctor paper to learn something of the people about the doings of the house which

and a lawyer are always clean and I I ) and past events. An editor must find no cause at all. But then, what required tin- prohibition of publicity Various kinds of small vermin cause lots
would the world be without cranks ?
put on a great deal of dignity and everybody be exceedingly circumspect so as to was expodid.! After the great fire cf of to the careful housewife.
worry
take them to be highly edu- not step on anybody's toes, and I tried i "Why did I let people beat me up, 1JC5I the re; Mrv.'cir ::'!:!itti-d; us a
you ask? Well, hundreds of times I matter of r-nir-c: t<. the
tHiiiorarybuilding ( cockroaches
cated men. A printer is a well edu- to learn all about everybody, their ( Bedbugs, spiders, worms
I didn't, but even Kaiser Wilhelm gets ii >t"l t l'1 .. tt'!: commons nmluhen. ,
cated because he is compelled to antecedents relationship and stand-
man flies
I!! licked now and then. If I am a coward i'ii \1'1 \h. :'. I IV.J. tn-! ri'prescut rats, mice- all these pests
read on all subjects in the course Now it takes
up ing. many years toj
ilivs mil tn'! piHijiV lust| [lN.vr si-ion: lIft
hundreds of
I
only
of his work, even those he hates like learn enough of these things in any am one among !..-ir IH-XV i-It.inii-i-r in 1!It' ;,11:11'1' of
others. You will know how
poison, and when it comes to spellingand neighborhood, and the short time I never WeMK.liixti1. the IIU-M w.s at last oIi- Menace Your Healthand

grammar, if he does not know studied these subjects was not enough I much cowardice as well as vanity ;;JI! )' i-i-. iLiil.-.ni: ; awl the:! reporters'

. these subjects thoroughly he is of lit- I to keep me out of hot water at times. there is in the world before you go to _:llfl.V; M.I. ;.S J nsit r1:-*t5 WiM 83l should
burned into him. I editing a paper. You are often importuned : .:1,11\\11'411':1 II l fat t you exterminate them at once with
tle use. They get You can see the wrinkles around my
: to give somebody hail Columbia safe and sure poison.
can't be clean such
But a printer except eyes-they came from study.

Sundays, for whatever he touches is 'While] very few men have confi- and stand the consequences, A Luckless Caterpillar. Tell us your bug troubles and we will ;
for the with the will Nature i.+ a curious force There Isiili'Ciii.ir gve you
grudge not t
to be inky or dirty, and ink and dence in themselves to under- man
apt enough ', iu something to eradicate them-Sure!
let it be known that he has a < | Au>tr.-ili.i. It looks for j jj
gasoline and 'strong soap make his take the job of smearing whitewashon anythingto food under U-avws and twigs .1n the

hands rough. He puts on no airs. aback fence, every man and not do with it. You get lots of letters usual WI1)s searches' s. u parasite,

Therefore nobody thinks he knows so few women think they can run a derogatory to men's characters, whose specially equipped by nature for the Mitchell's

anything or needs to know anything. newspaper. 'Say, you forgot to men- writers are too cowardly to sign their purpose, drops on its neck and fastens Drug StoreStarke

names to them. Itself there. In a week or two this !little
They see the presses spit out the tion,' etc., 'Whydidn't you say some-

',' printed sheets and they never stop to thing about,* etc., greeted me on all "In the past printers have been easy parasite seed begins to germinate

think that it must require knowledgeand sides, and suggestion, requests and marks, and fakers, advertising agents drawing lifeblood Its of nourishment the Insect.from The the latter very %I Florida
and dishonest
subscribers
brains to get the matter ready commands about the contents of next are ever feeling sick buries Itself about two _
for the Yet look at the stuff the thinking out schemes to defraud them -
presses. issue of paper were frequnt. II inches Into the ground. Eventually a

some of these same people send in for I "My front teeth knocked out? It and no matter how sharp. .you are -you pale green stalk about twelve inches Best

publication, the rattiest salmagundi happened this way. A rich man who get bitten at times high, at the summit of which is *. most way to refinish

which the printers "When the war caused a tremen- extraordinary Bower, somewhat resem ,
you ever saw, had a spendthrift son wanted a notice Buggies and
have to translate into sense and ]put in the paper to warn the merchants dous increase in cost of everythingthat bUng (he top of fl bulrush when In Fords {

and spelling, capi- goes into the making of a paperI seed, appears. The poor caterpillar's t I
grammar proper from giving him credit, as thefather .. .
refuge In the ground is of no avail, for
had to raise the
talization and punctuation. Once in subscription price.
would not pay the bills. lie its whole Interior has to make room I !
while some highbrow will send in a Many saw the necessity for this and
a wanted the notice placed where his for a vegetable mass of roots. Sucked

scientific treatise for publication. He son would not be apt to see it, so I ungrudgingly paid the increased price, as dry as a bone it 13 actually converted I

never uses a typ'writer-why? Because sandwiched it in between a master's but many thought I had committed a Into a stick of wood.-Johannes-

if he did he would have to know sale and a patent medicine ad. on an sacrilege. The butcher, the baker, the j burg Chronicle.In .

how to spell the Greek and Latin and inside page. But ]lo, son was the first I grocer and the farmer all raised their

French words he u?es. He writes themso to see it and you can view the results prices, but that was accepted as a the House of Commons.In .

indistinctly that the printer will matter of course. But the newspapersis the days of Burke. Pitt nod Fox This is the
"Yes, that was another annoyance, members of the house of commons uayV sh off all
have to hunt 'em up in the dictionaryor considered as a public institution,
I' so many wanting their opuses on the I used to relieve the tedium of debate dirt and grease from the surface
like
the encyclopedia and get 'em right something the railroad and the
front page, 'so it could be seen.' They I by sucking oranges and cracking nuts with warm
for him. That, again, shows that a well raising of the subscription price was while lying full length on the benches water and soap:
I knl'tlll'v. would be seen, no mat- smooth
printer is supposed to know every I received with the same howl as would mud Brougham made his great sixburs' the rough and: glossy
ter where '
placed but front in'
thng-and; there's where the paradox a seat have been, the announcement that a ( speech on law reform in 1S2S spots with sandpaper. Then
j the paper is supposed to be more high- '
comes in. Rut then, the printers are railroad had increased the fare two with a hntful of oranges )bv, his side you arc ready to
falutin.] The front is the appan
page only cents mile. would I for refreshment.!' Joseph Hume found ti' even
not the only ones misunderstood because a Many not subscribe COlt of
ornamental part of the and for solace In ,
paper I pears which he took from d
can't look if and who
they just as they any more many were
the sake of getting pieces of the right his bulging pockets and munched by
had been taken out of a band box. in arrears with their subscription II
size to fit between the scareheads i the hour loaning the while against his
There are civil engineers, machinists thought this an excellent opportunity)
pieces, we can't always, even if we 1 ito favorite post. Xo wonder oranges were "f1 !
anJ freight conductors for instance.Once I make no more payment That [ g ,
would like to accommodate anybody, I I so popular since their vender (one of ) \ Ui L
I saan humble"individual in a I Pave certain articles on the front made my hair gray." I I them, at any rate) was a picturesque ;: > : .:,..... < .

turpentine cooper shop) giving a pro- Hut who thinks page "I don't blame you for quitting) such girl who used<< ti) sit' with her wares in ",,' :' 7 "-;.<'1"Y' -"

fe=sor of mathematics pointers on a person himself a business while there's strawberry'I the lobby, attired Inn "sprigged muslin GLOSS
slighted: on this account will look at CAR!
gown with gauze neckerchief" PAINT!
and solid picking and or
plane geometry. I turpentining to be had,
you cross-eyed for a long time after- I In the glory of "clean white silk stock- \tire
"What have said said! the farmer.
I guarantee
only goes as a that if this
I ward. They pay their subscription Ings. Turkey leather shoos nnJ pink will paint IS prO' .d!;: a'i'hJ; It
prelude to the of the last "Oh, that wasn't what made give to
history ;year vehicle
me I I silk petticoat any a durable :
more or less regularly and think they becoaiiugly short.- I tarn, hgoo:: ,, ri'Ih!
I that
of my life. I used to have the same j quit, resumed the printer. "I put j Westminster Gazette. will withstand hard
own the paper. I I usage: mJ : ', .
t'\o' h" iwrh:"r'tt
low opinion of an editors knowledge j an item in the paper statingthat a f cracking or chlppmg.V .

as outsiders have of printers in gen "Once a farmer got after me for widow, with five children, was in destitute I Selfish Etiquette. .

eral. I thought that dunning subscribers stating that the crops weresutTt'I'ing circumstances and asked the Some rules in an old book on etiqnette [- \ e recommend It also for porch furr.ltllft. I I.w.

picking flaws and do bum proof- 1 j from lack of rain. He said the banks public to aid her. She ref -ived aid 'I seem to encourage a practice iron fences, and all other exterior n S\.It s.

reIJingwas the chief prd of his existence. I would] not loan him money on tincerI and came to me and thanked foninwily called "I'lIldl1out/ for No. wish to give a hard, lustrous lIrh"t.5 tl') hrch Iou

I I tain crops. A hotel man was mad be- what do you think of that, an m.e-I' 1." Here are two of them: attractive COIOrs.STARKE. tin.h! :trade In'tea

"'\'en. I leased caue I had told about a lit.. rattlerbeing brine thanked for the \ \, ... 1".1 When cake i is 1 passed do not finger
aonr ago a paper ) on. rrrvl. .. .\... each
0 ---- "" '" piece, but with quick
I I n glance
killed j select
from! a stock company in a little town I He said tourists: would had done? It was too much for me- I the IIl'rt. HARDWARE CO.

down the road. I thought I could roll\ not dare come to town for fear of it was the worst mistake I had made I Never refill to taste of a dish be- STARKE
;-r.ako,=. And I tell FLORIDA
in wealth and loll in ea-e. I soon got j you, when you yet-it almost knocked me down and I!j cause you r a unfamiliar with it or you
I .
my ryes opened. The office has a linotype writ up certain obituary notice you I have not yet recovered. I put on my j'I will! lose tin taste of many n delicacy I .. .. -

,, machine, and a linotype can perpetrate i will have to be as circumspect as coat, turned! the cat outdoors and left. i I while others profit by your abstinence, o .r
Lansing!'; when he writes to your lasting .
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I the cutest errors you ever a note to the And here I am. I hear there's lots of I'c'grl.'t.'A -- -- -
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Gernwn ,. _
government t
!t saw. One who ha* l-ven used to rC>;Hl- cm-nine" around Hahlwin. Me for the !
Better
Things I In Store.
! inc proofs of hand-set matter i* nowhere "And how I tried to guard against trenches. I hear the train whistling, j There are better things In store for

when it come to reading: proofs I mistakes and how impossible it was I'll get me a stick and get to the other IYo\l I than you know. In the calendar

I of machine-set stuff. He has often to prevent them from happening side of the track. Getting onto the I future there are days marked for A dl

i to study and ponder over what the I I I man is so liable to make mistakes as rods from that side will be. sorter left I I angels' \isits. The angels may comedNguNed. t JJ. u.

II mi.-printed words ought to be. That's jhe I j I who gets!'; out a newspaper, for he handed to me, but I have to ride with but come they surely will.

not the fault of the operator, for if I has to be in a hurry, gets incorrect my head foremost or else] I get dust! door Yours be it to have: for them an open "'-
and 1r-
it 1 he i i-n't perfect, he won't last a week I I statements and i is seldom himself interested into my nose and have to sneeze, and a bowe.'-a G.hout A. Merriiiin.where they shall find

but only a little way the machine has : in the statements he prints.!'; the conductor might hear me. See you :jam .

for worrying the proof-reader. That! Every person makes mistakes:, but later, old man." His Dream. LOW -

made the wrinkles you see on my fore- they will only be known to a few. But Tuwne Do you Mieve( In dreams? f1 l ROUND TRIP SUMMER RATES

I'ei.d. Once a county correspondent when mistakes get into the paper they JUSTICE OF PEACE Gth DISTRICT, Drowne-I used to. but I dcm't any FROM JACKSONVILLE

\\iote that a Mr. Smith !had] gore nfT: glare out like searchlights, are Vote for J. C. Poppell. more. Towne--Not as superstitious as .1 .t 1)Si...L..i...,._., --.1..__ II SIM 75 0 CfciM;,. 1'.1.,...._... _. .I H SIJ, .:.IIC........ ... -IllfJI5
see 1 C.h..do 5..i.,... ca 60 D.I..b' .._. ..T...... .. M I..oon.ill.6S ..,. 2141
hunt 'resu5citatt"atthat' by all. and you were, eh? Urowne Tfl ooiviilo "
on to the Oh it wasn'ta r ._
a camp ,
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finger of SoiUkoCn. 7UO W.. ,, .__ .. >SMM
li> -t tht the proof hail it.ard ] corn andselfrighteousness DANGERS OF DRAFT I Question of bujierstition. I was In \. ........ .... .. MM T,..?...<........ .. ..... AI/4S #. I.Puns.l.tianopoli,. )1
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way : is pointed toward P.rlud.-' (9* SO too 110 Moal.t.l .... ... .... ,. 1545
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I ]let it pass.: A week later a big the editor I by the thoughtless. Yet Drafts feel best when we are hot love with one once and she Jilted me. lino' Lou&.nl.1*...',, ., VI oM SO., ,00 8910t.00 pototJo.....,..,.. ........_..... ......._. 52 417 iIIJ 1.1.!), o,.>. .. 41 4151 It
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and -Exchange. S.a ...' ... .. .... .
perspiring, just when I 8..0. M U .1. .90. lase...... 47 M
man came in and said he had written'resticate' man who corrects so many mistakes they are the +I. J 0.-.., Pork.___ M.,3 N .,'r Pills ... .. ... Hot V.oioioib Co'l W
and that he had had fight for others most dangerous and the result is Neuralgia I i Lor/Ifl to other Color.do. C.l.tw.,.. C.O.J.. M..O.od M.ch |.>,.i.. .
a should I .. ..
I not Ie.blamed] for Stiff Neck Sore Muscles or Tit For Tat. 'f.ind". Rock' M...".... "'.por.'lo.. -an Iron .,1... p..." nTiek"

with Mr. Smith about the error. You making a few himself Often I con- sometimes an attack of Rheumatism. Affable Hnr!>l.'rYuu'le"erj bald on ''iii I .....1." 4.U IT ..,.1 Sop/30. brar. I,, t 0 i. II

\Smith had been on a spree forthree I eratulated myself on getting out a In such cases apply Sloan's Liniment. top, sir. self Conscious Customer ( VARIABLE ROITE TO DEHR.I.T: I ''tIcE.FO: LOR.\DO

weeks and it looked to him like (j good i issue of the paper, only to have It stimulats circulation to the sore and I much nnUU'l'lll-WhJt if I am? You I i SPRINGS.: LOS ASG} .I-S. S\\ 1'RIAJ'Cl2.;

JJJ th. correspondent wanted to puke fun mv pleasure] marled by the discovery painful part. The blood flows freely needn't talk so much. 'Ow about that G.i.t4ack St.PORTLAND Louis. : SE.ATI ,. I.IC; ,..
I -"' < t*" l1' Cld.q..t w' .r. I 100 "e1'
I I Ii and in short squint of Ill! t I '''n ..11 I........
time
\\t at him about it. Yru see how my noo; of a mistake. a the stiffness_ _ann.._ I yours-I.OlHk'C Telegraph.
pain leaves. Those n I''I i I TO ,THE......SOITH... AND NOITH"EST I",.. .11.1 ......... I..... d.d"
i i.< bent galley-we ? That COlTC'-pon"- sufferings from t Oleice of .,__... .
ent did it.nJ how "By saying good word for one Neuralgia] or Neuralgic Headache will Adding to His Offensiveness. A/ I I i = "THB !WCTHLAND-loCo.c.fo mid 1..1'0. .'. A'.u.. Iat,
you see my ri'hteyt' person I not infrequently offended find ( a vide Lo..II. Ciaciaootl Pooovrlvoaio....* UniSiSl .... h.Ya.14121
one or two The 1 P.11.un..Cwa.1.1HA.M' .
is little applications of Sloan's man who told us so is always j
a out of line? It was this another. Talk of Liniment -, I "DIXIi .....
being 'hoisted will "VB' illo.
by give grateful relief. The doubly offensive if he comes around I JIJ lN,. i Allioti. Chottumniub. >illr. E
flwkHi.illtl3tr.M.rrimCku.
1 way. A big politician out in the his own petard'-I sure was at times. agonizing pain gives way to a tingling after the arrival of our troubles and "IT LOUIS EXPRIS1- 14...<...10...'.>.:!!M,fine!!.... :...k..IM.
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:' country was reported sick and expected If I praised a man he would puff up sensation of comfort and warmth and tries to look as It be hud forgotten all 10911I.. > 2abanll.UA P. M.. .m.r,SULooK f 4Q A. M. .
to die. I asked from his quiet rest and about f ( Tkroo.., .duly., ..hue. I.Iko loolk.Mt.. .. .tkte,2k. Ni. Or I.... Ua.al4di.iy .
a man so' that I was only vouchsafed a sleep is possible. Good it-Chicago Itecord-Herald. Foot tint took .. No Uoit No O rl Lt '
condescending 1 I 1.0..1., ....,. ..
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roo i> lo oood too ludwa
neighborhood how the sick man was nod from him when I for Neuritis too. Price 25<:. at --- 1i ".."std*..llllt.' .....'t..,... re_ood t7rii(wt... 1'l.11'io'io"e Mod.r"..."."-
getting alor met Druggist. your It is a wise _;: I -ooUrlafer..tI_ .,...ty..LAN.1 ." ......*oo..." foor......l.
who '
? 'Oh. h-h-e is d-dead. )kim on the street. Sometimes ((1) man knotvs his own :-
a man
< was the I business and It IsI wiser man who \ H. C. BRETNEY :
answer. ,
duly announced his i i for no apparent reason would act as thoroughly attends to It-H. -w "I'I h} FWidi Fiucifor A,.",,
Show
death and burial in my paper, even if I had done him an injury. At times cases and store fixtures used land. G. Way- ;:. \\J 11 N.k>JU R. R,
II III in I) 1M n. I., Sir.).
dwelling on the exquisite floral offer- 11 could trace this to a favorable: men- my store, also good iron safe, I JACtSONHUE.M: Fti.

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FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE SEVEN
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"SECOND-CHOICE" VOTES. WHAT STARKE WANTS TO KNOW : 'ilAndrews

TURNER GUILTYOF I p. 1"r .

The System Explained and No Man The Answer is Found in the State- Jp

Should Half Disfranchise Himself ment of a Starke Resident. _

MURDER OF"DAD" It Is p Now !

From week to week, from year to .
Do not neglect to vote a second year, there have been appearing in ; 1.:

AVERY choice. If you do you are only failingto these columns statements made by ," '

vote in a second primary, for the neighbors, which we have all readwith

second choice ballot takes the placeof great interest, and many of us -. General Con. Ii Iij F
with great profit. But what we wantto
it. It gives you the opportunityof know is, do they stand the greatesttest

NO RECOMMENDATION IN voting twice at one primary, whereas of all-the test of time? Hereis

VERDICT FOR MERCY formerly you voted twice, but at conclusive evidence on this point
THE ceded tAID
from a Starke woman: t :
different times. The results
same are :
Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Madison Ave., ;

Prisoner Mu-t Hang Unless New obtained. Starke says, "I feel jusstified in rec- :
Many do not understand the second ommending Doan's Kidney Pills. I
Steps Are Taken-Was Cap- used them for kidney complaint and .
choice provision of the primary law
backache and they proved very bene- IIt
in Washington. ;
tured
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for the reason possibly, that several ficial." (Statement gi'enlarch 10, i

explanations have been made where 1911)). i

May 19.-The circuit voters have used figures or X, Y or Z Lasting Results.

GAINESVILLE.yesterday afternoon at :2 instead of names and have made the Over three years later, Mrs. An- be Next j ,1
court drews said: "The cure Doan's Kid- xr our"
o'clock took up the case of Will Tur- second choice feature appear more ney Pills gave me has proven lasting. .

ner, the negro accused of murdering complicated to the average voter. I[ am just as willing to recommend : I .

the old turfman, As an illustration There are four this[ medicine now as ever." !
"Dad", Avery,
F. C. Price 50c at all dealers. Don't simply j
who was murdered shortly after the candidates for the United States sen- ask for a kidney remedy-get E. P. THAGARD State Senator

close of the last county fair in this ate. They are Wall, Bryan, Trammell Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that Candidate For I u f! ,.

city, and whose body was found bur- and Gilchrist. ommended.Mrs. Andrews Foster has twice Milburn publicly rec-Co., the Democratic STATE COMPTROLLERin Primary to be held A. D. t
of the stalls at the fair Now suppose that, under the for. June 6th ANDREWSPaid
ied in one Props., Buffalo, N. Y. ((23)) 1916. Has had four years td.f-isement. j
grounds. When court adjourned yesterday mer double primary system, you decided experience in the Comptroller's officeas ;
had to cast vote for Gilchrist, State Bank Examiner. Is familiar
afternoon two venires your THE FARM HORSE AND AUTO.About H.
with the duties of the office in all de- :
been exhausted and the jury was still and did eo, and that Gilchrist was not partments. Your support will be ap- .

incomplete, but shortly after court one of the two high men when the the only difference that the preciated. _____ u_ __ : __ __

opened this morning at 9:30: o'clock, votes were counted. In this event automobile makes to the farm horseis Paid Advertisement. ;;:

the jury was completed. there would have been two candidatesin that when the automobile is used, + + + + + + + + + + + + +-+ + 6 VOTE FOR '

Immediately after the jury was the second primary. Suppose they one or two horses get a rest insteadof + LEGAL NOTICES + .

completed the taking of the testimonywas would have been Bryan and Tram- a stiff work out on the roads. It + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ROYAL C. DUNN

started. mell. You would then select one of puts the horses in better condition FOR \

The evidence for the state tendedto the two, say Bryan. You would have when they are required.It MASTER'S SALE.
voted twice, once for Gilchrist as Notice is hereby given that under and by .\
that Avery was murdered your hard roads RAILROAD COMMISSIONER
prove I is true that where virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure
first choice and Bryan second. made and rendered May 3rd 1916, by Pp
while asleep in his bunk in stall No. your have been extended farmers can, at
I the judge of the circuit court, Bradford coun-
, 5, and that Turner's motive for the The same applies in the present any time, get out from home to the ty. Florida, in chancery in favor of N. T. I
case. All four are running. If youvote Ritch Sr., complainant and against J. G.Ritch :
i crime was robbery.It town or among theeir neighbors, butt I. J. H. Ritch Amy Ritch, ha wife, andA.
was proved that the old man was for Gilchrist for your first choice is only the few who live directly Z. Adkins a strustee, defendants, the Undersigned Now !serving second term :
will offer for sale in front of the
struck over the head a number of and Bryan for your second choice, upon the improved highway that have court house door in Starke. Florida, duringthe
of
member the Raila
times with a large stick which licks then if Gilchrist is not one of the two this privilege. A mile of mud, or evena of June legal,hours 1916 of the sale following on Monday described, the Ctb real day as a ,. *

inflicted a fracture of the skull, and high men, your second vote counts for small area of quagmire on the roadis estate situated in Bradford county, Florida, road Commission, .

that later Turner stabbed Avery Bryan as though you had cast no ballot an effective barrier to automobile to-wit The: Southeast quarter of the Northwest

through the heart with a large knife, for Gilchrist. travel-as effective a hindrance as quarter of See. 7, Tp. 5, S. R. 21 East.J. .
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supposedly a butcher knife. Many voters will say at once that miles of mud-and so all who live off Special :Master C. POPPELL in Chancery., ; Qualified by experience.

they do not care to vote a second- A. S. CREWS. .
Evidence.The
Hearing of the hard road must fall back on the Solicitor for Complainant. 5-5-Et. T Familiar with e\ery detail
evidence showed conclusively choice ballot, because it will count horse to get away from home at .

after the murder Turner shippedthe against their first-choice candidate. leaH far where the hard NOTICE OF ELECTION.By the office.
; that to get as as the power vested in them by the school of duties of
horses to Washington where he Such is not the fact. If as above illustrated roads begin.It laws of Florida the Board of Public Instruction :1 'I!I'
Gilchrist be of of Bradford county hereby orders an election -
should
! was.caught while attempting to dispose one may be a generation or two be- to be held at Little Springs school houseon '. ,
of them. Capt. Peck of the the two high men then the vote poll- fore any large prqportion of the farming the 27th day of May. 1916 for the purpose : i ) \

Washington police force, who had been ed for Bryan will not count if Bryan population of America can travel of of voting said district on the as extension follows of to-wit the :boundaries :k, The Railroad -. Commis- t

summoned here for the trial, and who should happen ty be the high man by automobile without regard to the Commencing at NE corner of NW14 of See. ss :. j j1'F.ti ji jI
15. Tp 6 R 19 E. thence south 'j mile to center i
sion has dur-
arrested Turner, gave the most damaging with Gilchrist. condition of the roads. They will find of Sec. 15. thence E on \; section: limit accomplished
l the To bring the case nearer home- Mill branch thence down branch to New River -
testimony against negro. the horse indispensable traveling
an thence along river to the present sub d:s- ? t i
l! Cai>t Peck told of the first statementsof : take the race for county judge. Phillips assistant during the winter and spring trict. F. G. SCHELL. A ing his terms, which he'fa-

the negro, and that how later 1 Swearingen and Stillman are the and also very frequently at other seasons -* -5-41.. Secretary. : :>. 'Tr.-t : ..
I when he was placed in a chair to candidates. Under the two-primary of the year. MASTERS SALE. V "'';A'J vored and worked for: 1 _
Notice is given that under and by
have his picture taken how he be- system one of these candidates wouldbe There will always be a demand for virtue of a certain hereby final decree of foreclosure Reduction of L. & X. Passenger rates from Ic to 3c per ,'
came frightened and confessed the dropped from the ticket and the tiorse-drawn vehicles despite all other made and rendered the 27th day of April A. 1 c
the judge of the Circuit Court of
D. 1916 by mile _
crime. other two would run in a second pri modes of transportation and vehicle the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida, in

The evidence introduced by the defense mary. Under the present system you dealers who keep a live and well assorted chancery,,complainant in favor of the and Dutton against' Bank S. B., a Denmark corporation Reduction of State Express rates of $60,000 per annum. \ .{ :,.

tended to prove that Turner vote your first and second ballot at stock, clean, bright and wel1 as sheriff of Bradford County Florida, Reduction of 25 per cent in rates on fertilizer material. ,
and Ex-officio administrator of the estate of 1
bad gone to his stall stall No. 3, to the same time. displayed, are finding ample justification S. R. Estep. deceased, and M. B. Estep, defendants Reduction of rates on lumber and fruits and vegetableson l :
get his clothes, and that he was attacked As an illustration: Under the for- for their loyalty to the buggy ; the undersigned will offer for sale .
in front of the court house door in Starke, F. E. C. Ry., of approximately $20,000 perannum.. 1
with chop ax, and mer system you would have voted, say Florida the le'alhours
by Avery a business. Bradford county during t
the of for Stillman. Suppose Stillman fail- of tale on Monday, the Eth day of June, Reduction of L. & N. freight rates ta all st.'itions. 1 1 .
that the negro picked up piece Anybody living in a country town
A. D. 1918 to the highest and best bidder for Reduction of rates brick lumber crate material
ed to be of the two high men. You on wa-
wood to defend himself and that he one can tell just what condition the roadsare cash the following described lands situated in f

later took the knife from Avery that would then select one of the two men in without asking any questions.If Bradford Lots One county Two, ,Florida Three, to-wit Four: Five, Seven termelons on S. A. L., A. C. L., L. & N., G. S. & F., ;: t

he killed him with. An attempt was who did get into the second primary. many automobiles come into town and Eight and Six in Block thirty-five in the also on F. E. C. Ry., who are fighting enforcement of
of the town of Worthington Springs I
also made to show that Avery had a Suppose that man was Phillips. You the roads are good. If the hitching survey as recorded in the public records of Bradford commission's order in Supreme Court. '
would to the polls for the second county. Florida together with all and singularthe
he had
go
bad character, and that pre- racks are thickly lined with teams, of
fruit and rates
tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances Reduction of interstate vegetable
viously threatened the negro's life. time, under the old primary system, the mud is deep. One day automobilesare to the same belonging or in any wise .

Verdict of Jury. and vote for him. numerous on dirt roads and bug- appertaining. EVERETT M. JOHNS more than $200,000 per annum. '

The case went to the jury about 6 Now under the new primary system gies are few, while motor trucks with Special Master Forced improvement of railroad tracks. In
V. LONG & \V. S. BROOME,
o'clock and the following verdict was you would pursue the same course heavy loads skim along the highwaysat A.Solicitors for: Complainant.. 555t. Forced construction of depots and establishment of i

rendered at 9:30: "We the jury find but instead of voting at two different from ten to fifteen: miles an hour. MASTERS SALE. agencies in all section of the State.

the defendant guilty of murder in the times; you would vote just once, but The next day a rain comes and the Notice is hereby given that under and by Forced operation for better train service. r

first degree, so say we all." vote twice. You would, as outlined vehicles are relegated to tem- virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure -
for power made and rendered :May 2nd. 1916 by the Now working for yower freight and express rates, and
above cast first choice vote
As there recommendation for your
was no porary discard. These facts being judge of the circuit court. Bradford county
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choice for 1 in in favor of Louis Papp for better facilities for the
mercy made this means Turner must Stillman and your second taken into consideration, the horse is complainant Florida ,chancery and against Mrs. Annie R. Wil public.

suffer the death penalty, unless some Phillips and in the event Stillman is indispensable. Evidently the automo- liam, A. R. Williams and O. B. Sweat, defendants Endorse this record. He will appreciate your support. s

other steps are taken in his behalf. not one of the two high men and Phil- biles on farms are not displacing manyof in front, of the the undersigned court house will door offer in for Starke sale Paid Aihfrt._.1. J/t li

Counsel for the defense have already lips is, then your second choice vote the horses. Automobiles are usedto Florida, during the legal hours of sale on {
Monday the 5th day of June, 1916 the following -
announced that they would make a for Phillips would be counted as if assist the horse in his work to cooperate described real estate situated in Brad-
voted for Stillman. ford county. Florida to-wit: The North halt
had
motion for trial. you never with him
a new but not necessarilyto of the SW 4 of the :NW>4 of Sec. 22. Tp.
This was one of the most dastardly The above is just an illustration of displace him. 6. S. R. 2:: East.

crimes ever committed in Alachua how, if you fail to cast a secondchoiceballot Special E.Master M. JOHNS.in (

county and general approval is expressed you fail to vote in the second ++i++ 111 1111111111.! *+++*+ A. S.Solicitor CREWS.for Complainant. Chancery'j Fred A. Scott ,

over the verdict. primary. Sold by J. W. White & Son.

Review of the Case. Now in the race for the legislature +. CHURCHES. + J. C. Manning L. D. Register W. Candidate ForSuperintendent ..... y -;
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be elected. The law +
to
the last fair old two men are COLDS QUICKLY RELIEVED
During county an
+ BAPTIST-Rev. W. A. Fer- +
that they run in groups, so of Public
gentleman, F. C. Avery, brought to provides + rell. Sunday school, 9:45 A. Many people cough and coughfromthe
will have four votps
this in that event you of Fall right through to
city and entered in the races two + M. Morning service 11:00 + begining InstructionStands
;
-two for those running in group one cold.
fine stallions. This was Mr. Avery'ssecond + + Spring. Others get cold after
6:45 P. M. Visitors
Sunday
and two for those in group two. Take Dr. King's New Discovery and
visit to the University city, cordially invited to attend. 4 for Practical Educational Metwds"'andBusinesslike
In other words, you have the right } you will get almost immediately relief.
and he so endeared himself to the +
to vote a first and second choice in It checks your cold stops the racking, a Administration of the'Office..
turfmen on the grounds and the liv- each : CHRISTIAN-W. H. Coleman + rasping tissue-tearing cough heals :

erymen in the city that he was called group. minister. Preaching the first Hand the inflammation soothes the raw
,
+
that casta
"Dad" by all of them. Mr. Avery I But remember you cannot third Sundays in each + tubes. Easy to take, Antiseptic and -
first and second choice vote for the -
brought with him a mulatto man by + month. Forenoon sermon at 11 of' Healing. Get a 50c. bottle of Dr.

the name of Will Turner who had same person. Neither can you vote + and evening sermon at 7:30. + King's New Discovery and keep it in I

traveled with him as hostler for many twice where only two candidates are + Church board meeting the first + the house. "It is certainly a great W. V. KXOTT

years and who the old man thoughta running. In either case you have lost + Sunday in each month. Loyal + medicine and I keep a bottle of it continually FORGOVERNOR I ,

both your ballots.-Dixie. of' Daughters meet every Friday + on hand" writes W. C. Jesse- i
the
great deal of. Mr. Avery and
+ afternoon at 4 o'clock. Ladies + S.
man, Franconia N H. Money back i if
negro both 'slept at the grounds with + Aid Society meets the first Friday +
MAN, 101, TAKES NEEDED BATH.MANDAN. not satisfied but it nearly always .
the horses. At the close of the fair + in each month at 3:30 p. m. + help. ((1)) I promise a Conservative and Constructive

Mr. Avery decided to remain in this Sunday school every Sunday Hat Administration.
f
city during the winter and breed his N. D.-Michael Beating I 10 a. m. Everybody welcome Hat ,

stallions. About two weeks after the aged 101 years, was given his first + these services.EPISCOPALRev.. + "Amphibious. "lIon. W. V. Knott't platform "Hon. W. V. Knott Is the strong- '
the hospital here i Speaking of fish stories, one cannot assures his triumph In the gubernatorial eat man In the rare for the Governorship -
dose bath in 20 years at + .
of the fair the Will TI" I'untaGordiHerald.
negro help being reminded of the occasion race of Florida lie is a .
a few days ago. The orderly who per I + A. Osmond f .
ner
went to a liveryman in this city when' a committeeman was examininga tard-worklne. conscientious official -
and showed him a note supposed to formed the task was utterly exhausted + Worthing, priest in charge. I class of boys in the South. "Can 9 "W. bunch V. Knott beaten already"11r-Volunla has the ."Palatka TlmeslIerwhole

have been signed by Avery saying he when he had finished. Keating, 1 + Sunday school 9:30: a m. Morning + any of you," he asked "tell me what I County Ilecord. ald. '
well to do, but lost and sermon, 11:00 + and sentence I (Paid Advertisement)
had been called out of town and to let years ago, was I prayer 'amphibious' means, give a ,
I fire and lived for + o'clock. + to illustrate?" A bright little r
Evening and
him needed his property through prayer -----
Turner
( ) have what he :
I until his + 7:00 o'clock. Choir + darky held up his hand. "I know, sah!
for the horses.! A little later Turner years in a little shack con- sermon, re- I
exhibited dition attracted the attention of the + hersal, Saturday, 3:30 P. M. + It's lying! Mos fish stories am fib!- TIHEWS'
a telegram to the liveryman + + ous-W. B. Allen in Scrlbaer's wag. T 11// .

signed by Avery, asking the livery- county authorities. + METHODIST-Rev. John A. + azine. B. Z. MA ,
man to ship the horses to him at
mediately, and later brought on her('. + Hendry, pastor. Sunday school Hat

Washington and to let Turner have He was indicted by the grand jury + 9:45 A. M. Morning ser4 Ancient Almanacs. Artesian Well Driller .
I
money enough to get to the national for the murder. + vice 11:00 o'clock; evening + Almanacs are in existence that were
capital. The horses were shipped, compiled in the eleventh century, but :

and Turner was arrested when he AX IDEAL SPRING LAXATIVEA ++. service, 7:30 o'clockPRESBYTERIANRev. P+ they are In manuscript; the first print I have had twenty-four years experience in ,

tried to get the horses from the rail- good and time tried remedy is Dr. + H. G. + ed almanac was issued about the year Well in Florida. '"1": >\
drilling
road company in Washington. An King's New Life Pills. The first dose + Dennison Pastor. Sunday + 1475.

investigation of the affair was start- will move the sluggish bowels, stimu- L J
+ school at 9:45 A. M. Preaching + all
ed and a search of the fair grounds late the liver and clear the system of + services at regular hours. + Take I I' as It Is. / guarantee to satisfactorily complete
here waste and blond imnurities. You owe i Thou must content thyself to sew
the body of Mr. Avery was + : ,
+ Morning service at 11 A. M.; .CONTRACT
Is. Thou .
found. .it to yourself to clear the system of the world imperfect as it
Turner back to + service 7. Visitors + r ,
was brought Evening thou '';
body poisons, accumulated during the wilt never have any quiet if vex-
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the state and held in the Jacksonvillejail winter. Dr. King's New Life Pills + cordially invited to worship + est thyself because thou canst not Raiford :-: Florida

for a short time for safekeeping ; will do it. 25c. at your Druggist. ((1)) + with us. + bring mankind to that exact notionof I J P
it being thought that he would be II + '4 things and rule of life which thou .f

lynched if brought to this city im- Read the Telegraph-51.50 a Year. +++++ 1111111 M 111 > I ***** hast formed In thy own mind.-Fuller. r .w






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PAGE EIGHT' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY' MAY 26. 1915.

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H I to Dr.the B.county L. Whitten site last and Saturday.Mr. Hoke ,10.r I@ @I r@r@r@r@I@I@I@I@TEeB.: .


Smith, Jr., were in Starke last Thurs-


i County News Items day.Mr.. Brady DyaJ, a prominent cross i$1 S

tie man, of Raiford, has accepted a Beware The FlyWe

:' ; position in Jacksonville.Prof. .

1J I Marcus Brown, of Lawtey, was
; Interesting Facts Gathered During the Week by Our
in town Sunday evening. I


I, i i: Regular Correspondents. I Ir It Potato going on digging nicely I now.at the Three State carload Farmis i are prepared to protect you with

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I t I'" J'-- were dug: Monday.Mr. .

f < e i' OC 4 v440000040Ac 1 i I purchased a tract of land near here and Mrs. W. J. Epperson attended OT rt Screen Doors, Window Screens

I (0. and! have begun the erection of a home the commencement exercisesat
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r. ELARBEE. *$I I for ex-convicts. Lake Butler Friday night. i Screen Wire of all kinds--Copper Galvanized

lr. J. I). Padgett of Lake Butler, Everybody be sure and be at the ,
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< I II transacting business here during picnic at Raiford Saturday. Agood I and Black also Screen Door
I Mr. and Mrs. Jim Futch made a the week. time awaits you. ,

i flying trip to Raiford Saturday.Mr. .

I John Sapp of Lawtey visited I Sets and Screen Enamel.
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I relatives here this week. i ? -9 w <9 <$> S. W. Smith entertained a
I A very pleasant chicken pilau was
t given at the home of Mrs. Dallas BROOKER. *!; number of young folks at her home on

Green last Friday night in honor of .' !' !:' ( $> o ;, !. ;, ,;. I Friday Smith evening, (of in Folkston honor,of Ga.Miss Many Mattie I Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. I

Mrs. Rosa Hunter, cf rc.;c1enn)'. Several i j
I All of Brooker was quite '
given a the
games were played by young peo-
and about 10

I o'clock reported games they a fine were departed time.played for Those home.presentwere All surprise Mr: ,::!Roy last; Ostee.i Sunday one afternoon of Brooker's when served pie, after by which Mesdames refreshments Lewis, Nichols were j I( i X0I IbT(9r<
prominent young men, and :Miss Allie and Sapp. At a late hour they all
Miss Maude Futch Mr. John
McLeod, who was here attending the Mrs. Smith most .
departed, voting a
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1 Sapp, little Miss Rosa Futch and Master -
mal school quietly marriedby
Linzie Futch and Master Fred nOI were charming hostess. with the voters and in fact, with most ]Rosier, who were lost in the Mater- ]Butler church might be used next Sun-

l Rowe. Judge Lewis. The young couple Those present were Misses Ruby! everybody. He wants to be county oak section, found themselves at the I
I Miss Claude Futch and Mr. John have our best wishes through life. Byrd, Nan))Je Andrews, Cora Thompson superintendent foe Bradford counts gate: of J. 0. :JlcCoi'mvcfc.: ate Sunday it*U\\c
Sapp visited their little sick nephewlast A goodly number of citizens attended Perfa Whitten Pees Lucas, Loca and working hard to reach the goal.! sight the church will not be quite finishedby

Thursday at Raiford. the graduating exercises at Lake and Gertrude Anderson, Leila Byrd, Mr. II. C. Padgett; was transacting Mr. T. H. Morton and mother, Mrs. next Suiiday.

i Mrs. J. M. Futch visited her )little Butler on last Friday night. I Sadie Simmons, Vesta Reynolds, Hel-[ business in Jacksonville last Wednes- Baker, went to Starke Saturday.Mr. I -
The long anticipated showers have Xauright, Vera Sapp :Mattie
a .
J. McCormick business -
day.
! I sick grandson at Raiford last Friday. I i was a C. E ProgramFor
come at last and the crops have Smith; Mesdames Sapp, Nichols Roadmaster Aitkin of the S. A. L.. visitor to Starke Saturday .
Those who attended Pine Grove
services re-\ Sunday, May 28th, at 6:15
to Mother Nature's care. \ p. m.
Sunday from Elarbee were Mr. Thompson and Lewis; Messrs. Alphonso was in town Saturday on business. 1 We received the sad news here last Topic, How Missions

J. M. Futch, Miss; Maude Futch and Rev. F. M. Hartman was here Jones, Clarence Ritch Walter County Commissioner S. T. Dowl- I night of the death of Jim Sapp's baby. World. are Blessingthe ,

, little Rosa Futch. Mrs. J.1.. Futch week visiting friends. Rev. Hartmanwas Whitten Herbert Ritch Looney Sapp, ing, of Raiford, was a business visitorto We greatly sympathize with them in Text, Ezekiel 47l-22-Miss: Ruth
of the church here
Baptist
pastor Averi Tison Charlie Bloodsworth Lawtey one day last week. He'is their loss.
and daughter for some time and he has a host of Henry Taylor, Shepherd Moore" Earl Coffin.
Mrs. J. M. Futch and daughter on his job yet, and he electioneeredsome The Evergreen cemetery road is Song.
friends, who are always glad to greet Williams, Fred Sapp Leiston Crews, while here. passable. ;
Miss Maude were in Raiford Wednesday row *
Special for mission
prayer by the
him. J. T. Lewis, Hoke Smith, Chesleigh Deputy Sheriff L. L. Sapp arrestedtwo
shopping.Mr. Misses Mildred! and Eunice leader.
J. E. Futch, of Raiford, visited I Robinson, of Starke Crosby have enlisted in Smith and Rev. Homer Cooke. young negro men here last Saturday t t . Bible lesson read by all.
night by the of A
Elarbee name Moody,
Sunday. the normal school here. This makes i Lesson explaration by leader.
x . t. for selling whiskey. They were takento LAKE BUTLER.
Talks
.II + -y <$> 'J "?> $ <$> 30 in all. ft <> Starke and given a hearing before : OJ 9OOa00J4a :-
o Mr. Lester Pinholster, of Belmore, O} LAWTEY. > . 'J40A Missions the lght of the worId-
County Judge Gardiner Monday ani
( () W;.s here last week visiting his brother 0 Birthday Celebration.Last .. Thelma Bailey. !
MILLER. found
; Mr. I. W. Pinholster. ( + t were guilty. One was sentenced 20th large Missions jtn educational blessing
y 0C to six months and the other to Saturday, May a
tour
1 GG .t.t. Miss Mamie Pinholster who has Misses; Jessie Griffis and Eunice months in the crowd from the Worthington and Miller I. Evelyn Bennett.

relatives in Jacksonvillefor Dii.kips ""ere'i.lt"r", ro Hampton last county jail. l sections the Pinkston Missions change lives and make
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Bennett of been visiting Mr. William Walz f.om gathered at
came over
Bland, attended church here Sundayand some time, has returned home. Saturday.Mr. Jacksonville and spend with picnic grounds to celebrate Mr. H. S. I.happy homes Marion Richard.

while here visited Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Julian Heaton, of Brooklyn, was i I W. R. Strickland! of Starke his family here. Sunday I Pinkston's 21st birthday with an old Planting spiritual ideals-Geo. Cof

B. E. Brown. in our little town Monday and Tues- was a visitor to Lawtey Friday.Mr. I. I fashioned fish fry. Jhey were unfor- fin.
Mr. '
Hay MOO A. Of Lake City w' .
GeorgeIiller returned home Monday day attending to business. Robert" Blanchard was visiting has tunate, however, in catching the fish, Mission study, part 3-Hubert Ben.
been at the home of his uncle and
relatives last
t from Birmingham, Ala., where Brooker was represented with eleven in Rodman Friday and aunt Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Terry, for I but when dinner was spread, there nett.

t he attended the re-union of the Con Fords at the picnic on last Saturday Saturday. the three were so many good things to eat, andso Mission study, part Ellsworth
past months returned to his
at Hamnton. Mr. W. G. Seals, of Hampton candidate that could have Harper.
federate soldiers. I last plentiful, no one
Miss Louamanda Pinholster of ,I for the legislature in group home Saturday.Mr. fish. There Season of prayer.
Mrs. S. V. Stokes of LaCrosse is wished for was also plen-
G.
C.
Wooten of the
visiting her son, N. JL Stokes. Lake Butler was visiting here Satur- one, was in Lawtey" last Friday in the manager ty of ice cream for the crowd fur- Journey through! Collossians-John :
Lawtey Telephone Company with his
,
interest of his .
Mrs. club da '. candidacy.Mr. nished Mr. Pinkston.The Henderson. r
Waldrup canning agent ) force of by
workmen has been for
visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs Misses Olga Ward and Edna Baxter R. B. Collins of Pulaski, Tenn, the busy principal features of the day Business.
past week moving the central of- I
N. II. Stokes Monday. were visiting their relatives Saturday spending a few days hereIr.. fice were bathing, boating foot racing, ,
from their residence at the headof
: !! The drouth has been broken by the and Sunday. Collins is the owner of two fine farms Lake Avenue to one of Mr. EnochGrifiis' talking politics and listening to avery Mrs. X. J. Patterson and daughter, F
within mile
arrival of the much needed rain Miss Edyth Crosby returned to her a of town. interesting talk made by Mr. C. Ruth, left Tuesday for White Springs, ;
I store building near the depot.
Mr. 1 II.
J. Moore
have music school at Miller Monday morn was visitor to A. Roberts in favor his
of
Crops improved wonderfully.Don't Mr. T. D. Wearen was transacting candidacy. where they will make their future {;
forget the picnic here on Jacksonville Monday. business That night the young people gathered home. ;
ing.Mr. in Jacksonville last Satur-
June 1st. lion. Hal. W. Adams, of J. T. Reaves was in Brooker Sheriff S. B. Denmark of Starke, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Miss Xettye Maines is spending a

Mayo; will be here to deliver an ad- Sunday visiting friends. was a visitor to Lawtey Monday. He I, day.Mr.. H. D. Randall was a business I Wards to help celebrate a social few days in Sampson City F

dress on Woodcraft. It is also expected Quite a few motored over to Worthington was electioneering some while here. visitor to Jacksonville last Friday. I also given in honor of Mr. Pinkston'sbirthday. } Miss Clifford Harrell left for her

that Hon Park Trammell will Sunday afternoon. W. J. Epperson of Lake Butler I and
They played games home in Waldo Monday.
Mrs. W. F. Godwin and baby and
The Brooker normalites will have candidate for sheriff, was in town last I I
bo here also all the county candidates a sister Mrs. left danced until a late hour, cake and :Miss: Bertha Saunders returned to
Chandler Tuesday for
I
week in the interest of his !
Everybody invited to come and bring picnic It Worthington on next Sat candidacy.Mr. : I cream being served at intervals. At
I Griffin Ga. :Mrs. Godwin will spend | her home in Dads City Monday. I
L. II. Hill
urda '. was transacting
well filled.
baskets: :jlast it time to home when
several weeks with relatives in Griffin was go Messrs. Percy Rivers and Neil Lang-
Mrs. T. E. Waldrup, home demon- The Brooker team played a match iness in Starkelonday.. I and Mrs. Chandler will to her home ]I reluctantly\ departed, thanking the fwd spent Sunday and :Monday in

.. stration agent met with the ladies at game of ball with the Lake Butler Little :Miss Es.sie Thomas spentManday in New go host and hostess for their kindness Jacksonville

Miller Thursday and gave interesting tram on the latter's diamond last Friday and Tuesday at Highland as I Jersey j I''and wiping that Mr. Pinkston mightI ; j
I :Mrs. Colon Miller l left Tuesday; to Mr. Harry Logan, who has been
the of Mr. and Mrs. H.{ C. WimJC'rl'y. !
lessons; on bread meaking. She stressed afternoon. Everything went along guest -
have week instead
her I a birthday every spending eml with friends
join husband in Thoma \'i11t Ga., se\ days
i the importance of making good pleasantly and a close game was played where he has secured a position. I I lof once a year, and that he might live I here, returned to his home in :Middle-
I' :\11';;. Arnie W. Jame of
bread because "bread is the staff of' the score standing 7 to 7. Mr. Louisville I 'to be as old as Methusalem.
.. fe," and unless our bread is what it Epperson the captain of the Lake Ky., spent last week at Hotel Jackson I School Superintendent W. H. Biggs, i A PARTAKER. I burg Sunday j
of Green Cove Springs, was transacting j Mr. Virgil Waters has accepted a I
Butler as the guest of her brother. :Mr. I
should be the meal is spoilod. The team, needs to congmtulatehim *
business in Lawtey Tuesday. position on steamer in Jacksonville. i
.lakinjt of salads and salad dressingwas ; <;elf upon niakinjj such a good selection 1' 1). V.'earcn.Miss I e "
Ave Lee :Moore, left Monday did not stay long. He is a candidate I Ii Mr:. :\ore Hostess..Mrs. Misses Ru.nr; and Bessie Chancey, i
aho shown by Mrs. Waldrup. Shegate of players from different partsof I
a talk and demonstration on jelly this county. The Brooker team appreciated for Tennessee where she will spend i !I for re-election in Clay county, with I Olli! ';ore entertained in amo.st who have ben visiting relatives here !i
I two opponents, and he had to : returned to their home in ,Lake City ;
making. The people at Miller appreciate their loyal treatment and several mouths with relatives" in different I' get I clnrminjj manner Friday, May ;
!'PP'K on his job llHh from 1 to 0 in honor of Mrs Sunday night.
the ,
portions of state.Mr.
the service rendered by :Mrs. will be glad to have them come over
I : : ( Mr. I). F. McDonald Mr. R. E. Dell, i
and Mrs. Jesse Reddish were j Maj. and Mrs. A. :M. VanDyke wereI Sl'hellIain Waldrup and this community will co- :;t siiiy time as they think that they
I business visitors to Jacksonville Wed Mrs. I:. E. Dell, Mrs. J. L Jones and ;
r operate" with her in whatever" she undertakes. can he in a position to cordially en visitors to Starke Thursday.Mrs. I of :Mrs. J. 1; :\Iaines. and Mrs. J. Pitt

: tertain them. Mabel! Miller and Miss Eldridlren nesday. I Tomlin.-on, of Staike, the guest of.I's. little Ernest Dell! Jr., motored over to

:Mr. Caleb' J. :Mott of Hague, wash 'dli, h spent last week with relativesin I j :Mr. and Mrs G. W. Stckes I left on 1 :\ Seeber King. Worthington Sunday afternoon.

; !' i' y !. ,., ;> + ... Hrookpr Tu day attendinsr to bus the Wateroak section. i i Wednesday for Wymauma, wherethey As the trusts arrived, Mrs. II. X. Miss Annie 1 Laurie Smith, one of

fy I iness. :Mrs J. B. Dye and baby returned i will spend several weeks with I Stanton served fruit punch in the hall our valued teachers, took her depar-

;. : relatives. ture this neck for Clayton, Ga., and
HAMPTOX. to their home in Jacksonville Tuesday which was artistically decorated. The

f. : .: .tOur ii- .J A. ,.. ,$' ?, .. .... .. ..'.- ... .I ( ;- .. '!' .;, !' !' !. t A. n after spending several weeks at While Mr. J. H. Lon cry's name was I parlor was a profusion of spring bloc will spend part of the summer there. J Jlrs.
j. ,
.. ; 4 !, the home of Mr.s. Dye's parents, :\11'. overlooked and left out last week i in oms..j" Her a lively contest in which :\ F. W. Scott: anti daughter

farmers are happy now, as the RAIFORD. (. and :\Ir. A. M. Blanchard. j the list of qualified candidates in the I the guests each: wrote a telegram teach o Maggie, of M icor.. Ga., and Miss Myr-

long needed rah has arrived. :\11'. A. A. Smith spent from Sundayto Telegraph!j as: a candidate for constable I honoree from their husband Mrs.Scliell tice Tolbert, of Lake City, who have

Mrs. A. 'Strickland, of Lake (;Ieiwva. 4 t. .:. .. :. !' $. } s' ? J J '*> ." Tuesday at Kingsley. in this district he is still in the I Maines rendered "A PerfectI been the guests ef, Mrs. II. J. Stewart

is \' :.itir;* friends' here, this: Rev. John Mullady and Dr. W. E. Mr. J. B. Dye, of Jacksonville I' race.The I I \); '" and "The Rosary" on the piano for several days, returned to their

't week. 1 :MitMleton were in Raiford Monday. spent from Saturday Monday. with sad news of the death of little i i a most attractive way The guests homes this wvek.

Deputy Sheriff:Cameron was hereon Messrs. 1. Ed Byrd, Lewis Reynolds his family here. Clarence McCulley at the home of his: I then enjoyed a social hour as a "Thim Mr. Leon Stump was a visitor to

official business Tuesday.The I U. (i. Sapp and Judge Kelly Miss Dora Clark, of Wateroak visited parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. McCulley, ble Club" at the close of which the our city.

picnic and political rally whichwas t attended the picnic at Hampton Satunlay. her sister, :Mrs. Jesse Reddish, at Sanford, was received here by wirelast hostess, assisted by Mesdames Tom IisIary Lowe departed for hr

held here Saturday, May ;!Oth'l j I here last Saturday. Sunday. Little Clarence was linson and Stanton served a delicious home in Cookes''iJle! Tenn.. Tuesday.

'. I I"a;; a very enjoyable affair. rc ; Prof. Adolph :Marion of Jackson- Mr. Vernon Jones, of Hampton, an born here about 11 years ago. and lived salad course, at the close of which all 1 Mr. Alfred Sd't'1oC Leesbur" ,

was about one thousand people present \ille, was here Monday in the interest aspirant for the office of tax collector here all his short life until last I were loath to leave, feeling most spent a few lay* with relatives" and

I' and some seventy automobiles and I of his music class. for Bradford was in town Friday spring when they moved to Sanford. : grateful to the hostess for a delightful 1 friends here I list week.

I Ford The bill gam", with its score 11 rs. A. D. Andrews who has been Mrs. A. H. Harley and children are I The bereaved family have the heartfelt social function. Mr. G. M. Richard took his little

: in favor of Hamnton! was much eat in Jacksonville for some time receiving spending few days this week in i I sympathy of the entire commun daughter. Maiy, to Jacksol'ileIon\ -

joyed by all. But the entire community : medical: attention, returned home Green Cove Springs as the guests; ofMr.s. I ity. day to have her eyes treated by an I
t was saddened )by the death fo She ChrNtian Church Notes. that
Monday. was accompanied home Harley's parents Supt. and )Ir". optician. We are glad to say !
Xext Sunday is the time for the
>! 'no S. M. r.Owh1dl occurred on Iylastl'r: Clarence Jones. W. If. Biggs. Now is the time for stocking up on 1 I reg- they are better. :.
t Saturday: morning at six o'clock at Come the dry goods: clothing underwear vicar services at Lake Butler. Lee ,
f -' to picnic at Raiford Sat ReT .S. Stark preached in the shoes: Mrs. II. J. Stewart, family, guest
h.-r home after an illness of two 1mbIa, 2!;. The band i I hats. etc. I am selling: out for th there be a full attendance. Announced that
will play Methodist church at Saxton last Sun sake of Q'oingout of and! Miss Mollie Thomas report
wt'<'k". 0'it of for the bereft business an i ments of importance will he made and at
re-jiect
'ic choice selections time
which you will day afternoon.Mr. I no reasonable: offer will be refused. J I. they had a moot enjoyable
.r' ores, the visiting caiulidate: asked: be sure to enjoy. I "viton.f baptism at close of morning service last Monday.
.
Enoch Griffis and daughter. Worthington on a picnic
i that no political speeches be made, so Miss Mattie i I The! meetings at Raiford led by Eiv-
Smith of Leeman
Funston. Ga., :Miss Jessie were visitors to Starke I :Mr. Charles Floyd and
.
'i I. the day passed quietly as become the I is visiting her aunt, Mrs. S. W. Smitht I last Thursday.Mr. tQ. . t. j State Evangelist Cooke, are developing ers spent Sun-lay in Worthington.
occasion. The thanks the ; a fine interest." The attendance
community ; .: Hotel Tanlac. Rosier
I : J. C. Byrd of Raiford. who i is Messrs. Futz Townsend Rob
.. visitors for this courtesy, and feels : ?.Ir;. E. I). Futch and her attractive a candidate for tax assessor for Bradford 9 WATEROAK. ;I is growing larger and the meetingsaie and Charlie Janice, made a flying
sure th-it no one lost a vote by this little I very helpful to the whole com-
I son, Master Sidney, were i in county, was in Lawtey one day 1-"' *> . <8> 'S> I trip to Raiford Sunday.
tl.k"n of rp: s .I part of last week. last week. Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs: L. E. Parrish who
J. I
candidates wish to address the McCormick were the meetings must be short
-t people Mr. Ernest Wells\ ;, of Mr. Gunter so H. J. Stewart -
Lawtey, was Ury came over from the t visiting her sister, Mrs.
Z. I here, we will take pleasure in arranging ii town guests of Mr. and Mrs. F.1.. and close when the people have just Vidalia
Sunday afternoon.Mr. Jacksonville and spent Sunday with Crews at : returned to her home in
for audience Highland Sunday. begun uniting with the the
an at any time. church but
Chesleigh Smith who has beenin friends in Lawtey.County ReL.. Ga., Tuesday.
The remains oflrs. A. Donnelly filled his visible results
Rowe were reg'ular of this meeting will be
Georgia for some time, has returned School Saturdayand
Superintendent F. G. Miss Elvie Fowler spent
ftf laid to rest in the Methodist cemeterySunday home appointment here Saturday and far outweighed by the real uplift and
\ on a visit. Schell of Lake Butler, was in townFriday Sunday Sunday in Alachua.
morning at 9:30 Rev. E. M. Mr. S. T. Dowling has moved into new life which no report can show. ---
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circulating his -- -
Henderson, pastor of the among many J. E. J. Wainwright filled his regular The ladies of the Lake Butler genuine
Baptist his /fine new home on College street. friends hre. Leviton's sale i u the most

.-, church officiating. The largest crowd Rev. Homer F. Cooke is running a Mr. A. G. Wilkinson of appointment at Salem Saturday church will on next Saturday serve going on. He is going out of busme.s Excellent -
,
.r i it. the history of the town attended I series of meetings: at the First attended the Highland, and Sunday.Mrs. ice cream in the park from 3 to 6 and and wishes to sell! out quick.

the funeral services evidence of the tian church of Raiford. These meetings of regular semi-monthly' ) Colon Miller and Miss EldridgeReddish will at least for a time do this each goods at your own prices._ _
i i meeting
Lawtey
Camp : .
high esteem in which the deceased was are being well attended. 0. W., in Lawtey 0.150,11 have returned home, after Saturday afternoon. Their zeal i in m QuWiw! That floss Hot Affect TMBeeause JgJ
Tuesday
held.The I Messrs. Jno. S. McCormick and night. spending a few days with relatives helping to get funds for building the of it* tonic *e4 Illative 'Sect.
Mr. F. A. Scott, of Starke, was in here. TIVE BR8MO QUIT.!\ $is betterth Iliac
Volunteers of America have Henry Barnett were business visitors ', church is scertainly commendable.It Outline tn Lawtey again :Monday shaking hands ij i Messrs. Delbert Sapp and Schelly: had been hoped that the Lake look ncpne lot in the head.rzxcre.ot gemmbet 2. the W. lull CKO't-n el5Co


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