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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 2, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME 38. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1916. NUMBER 48. I




MEXICANSITUA-I WEEKS FOR THEIR THANKS LOYAL FRIENDS SUPPORT BRADFORD WILL% HAVE RECORD- I FINE WEEKS TRIBUTE FROM OLD TO COLONEL COMRADE--- I|'COUNTY CANDIDATES ) !:f! ';


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HONNOWQUIET And Promises-If Re-Elected to BREAKING VOTE NEXT TUESDAYNEARLY i( Thinks His Services- Merit the I l i r! BUSY AT 11

Continue to Render Effi-
I Appreciation of All the Peo-

BUT OMINOUSAMERICAN cient-Service. TWO THOUSAND- 'r ple of the County. MANY PICNICS i:'i


To the Voters of Bradford VOTERS HAVE QUALIFIED ; LETTER FROM LION JORDAN. -
County: ,
Hampton, Fla., May 31, 1916.
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TROOPERS NOT i It has been impossible for me to I Punta Gorda, May 29, 1916. Editor Telegraph:;Will you allow me '!
devote a great deal of time to a canvass Starke Leads With Nearly Six Hunt in PICNIC AT RAIFORD LAST
Telegraph: space your paper to say a few
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WANTED TO STAY IN MEX. the of Clerk's the county, because the dutiesof dred. Lake Butler Comes Next I An editorial from the Orlando Re- words about my friend, Col. W. T. SATURDAY LARGEST HELD 1- '

office have claimed my porter-Star published as an advertisement Weeks, a man whom I have known : .
American Citizens in Mexico Complainto close attention. On this account I and Raiford Third. ., in the Tallahassee Record since the troubled days of 1860, now --- i ,
have not been able to all of Picnic and Barbecue at Law Today
see my tey
fifty in the
that
U. S. Government Against! argues it makes little differencewho years past; one who for
friends or to become acquainted with At the primary election to he held is chosen Governor so long as wenty-eight years has served the Last Picnic Will Be Held Tomorrow .

Anti-American Decrees. all of the newcomers to the county. I June 6th Bradford county will have the present secretary of state is retained people of this county in the capacity at Wcrthington.

am, therefore, taking this opportunityto the largest'ote in its history, 1976democratic in office, and he is virtually thegovernor's for which he is now a candidate for 9
say to all that I will appreciateyour _)
There has Wen little or no fightingin voters Iuningqualified.. official adviser and has a e-election; one who has assisted more r "

Mexico or on the border of late, but support at the polls next Tues- The voters are distributed among the great influence in directing his politic widows and orphans in times of distress Beginning with tbi? picnic at Haf- 'I!

the Americans and the Mexicans are day, and that in return for your con- ,'arious"otih precincts as follows: ;. This i is the idea, if not the language : and extended more accommodation ford last Saturday te county candi- .. "

watching each other like two fighting will fidence I will give you service that :-0. 1, Lawtey _________----_____192o. :! of the edtorial. The absurdityof sympathy and encouragement to dates have been swinging: around the 0

cocks, and the dark war cloud, from I leave no room for complaint. \ 2, Lake Butler ______________313 it will appear when it is known our poorer citizens than any other circuit at a lively rate. The Raiford t

vhl h ominous .utll.t.r1o; ; are heard am a life-long citizen of the coun- Xo.:1: Palestine ________________- 88 i that the: secretary of state is simplythe man in Bradford county. picnic probably eclijwed anything of t'
and in which dim flashes are seen, ty and those who have known me know No. 4, Providence __--________n_ 93 custodian of the public records and lIe has given the office that has the kind that has bt?n given during '.

burst into a deluge at time. that I have always exerted what influence No. 5, Brooker _--____--________148 about all he has to do with the governor been entrusted to him his personal at- the campaign. A roomy and comfortable

All may the available United States any troopsare I may have had for law and No. G, Starke ___------_________578 is to attest his proclamation and tention; he has ever been the friendof I stand for the candidates to speak
order, good morals, and the general attach the great seal of the state the old soldiers, their widows and from and seats for several hundred
massed along the border and in No. Hampton _----____________113
Mexico, and Carranza troops are com- advancement\ of our people. It has No. 8, Raiford _________--____-_258 'thereto. The Reporter-Star evidently orphans; and while he is justly en- I people added to the Comfort of those .
been a pleasure to me to follow this 'has duties and influence of the Secre- titled to it, he does not in attendance the Raiford band
ing from the south all the time and No. 9, Worthington ----_-________113 accept a pen- ; ,
course, and it is a source of genuine of state "mixed with those of sion himself, but prefers that it strengthened by band leader and '
into near the border towns. No. 10, New River _______nn_._ 32 ]tary up" be a J
go Villa,camp who has caused all this trou- I satisfaction to me to know that after No. 11, Graham __--_-__--u__-__ 48 the! governor's private secretary, whois paid to more needy ones. two or three other musicians from J
I all these years no one, even in a heated _____ i i nearer to the governor than any lIe has always been courteous and Jacksonville, furnished inspiring mus- t '\
ble is said to be 125 miles from Jime-
political campaign, has found other kind to those with ic and bountiful
Total 1976 man in the capitol. whom he came in a spread of every- '
curing his wounds and living the ---- ----- ,
nez, ----
life while he receives reportsof ground for criticising either my private The primary ;hi h-i be held next I If it was true that the secretary of contact, rendering: much service by his thing good to eat pleased and satisfied .1
simple or political record. In the years Tuesday throughout the state !state is the official adviser of the gov- timely advice and admonitions, for the crowd at the noon hour. The I
what is going on. He is biding his comes i
that I have been Circuit : '
your Court as the climax to eruor' in this case it would be unwiseto which no compensation was expectedor gathering was one of the largest ever
time. Two of his scattered bands an unusually spirited
are Clerk everyone who has had business campaign. While the contests in this retain the present secretary in of- received. seen in the county and.the order was
being reorganized watched ard General: they are being with the office has had courteous, county have generally been markedby j fice, because he would not be in cordial Now there are some things charged; perfect. Our sister town is to be 'I
keenly by Pershing.
prompt and efficient service. I have good nature is that touch with the next governor, as four against our friend Weeks, and as they heartily congratulated on the success -i
Villa his levies for his everyone glad
use new
may been told frequently that no clerk's office the end is in sight. of the five candidates believe that he are to be heard, we will demand a jury. of the day. I
own purposes or take them over to in the state was run on a better Thanks to the law I and his'' sons are active in behalf of trial.Mr. At Union Chapel, near Starke the d
Carranza when the with the Bryan primary j
war system than I have used in the Brad- there will be second primary with 'another candidate who has but little Sheriff, summons a jury of the Woodmen and the church people com ,w
United States A is almost no
begins.
war ford county office, and the state audi- its 1-'Uerness. Under the operations chance' of winning, and it is conceded best citizens that old Bradford affords bined to give a picnic Tuesday. It ,
inevitable inasmuch the American ;
as tor has never found reason to make a ofc the Bryan law the contests will all that ont of the four whom the secre- : was announced in advance that dinner I
refuses to Carran-
government grant single criticism about the books and hi nettled the voting next : tary and his sons are said to be opposing Charge No. 1-He has had the office would be sold on this occasion forth
Tuesday
by ,
zc's to withdraw its
request troops accounts. This is the sort of service 1
and the result will be the will be our next governor.I long enough. (' benefit of the Chapel building fund .
precisely
from Mexico. We will not
attitude pass judg- that I shall continue to give if I am same as though two elections had been feel that I have the respect and Gentlemen of the jury, has a man A large crowd was in attendance and
ment government's but
on ,
our
reelected.In held, if' the voters will vote for both', confidence of all five of the candidatesfor had an office long enough when he isgiving everyone enjoyed the generous dinner
we cannot surely blame the Mexicansfor J
conclusion I wish to thank all of
their first and secand choice. On this governor and can get on'ery as satsifactory service as he I that was served at 2.: cents a plate.
diers.wanting to get rid of foreign sol. my friends and the voters generally, point the Telegraph wishes to again j pleasantly with any one of them; butI did more than a quarter of a centuryago Nearly all of the candidates were on {

for the generous support they have the voters that do not would not thrust advice upon any ? Is the experience of a life time hand and their addresses were givena a
assure they
The of American soldierson en- -
presence given me in the past and for their danger their first choice candidates governor! nor presume to dictate to worth anything to the people whomhe careful hearing. c

Mexican soil does not tend to amel- assurances of support at the election voting for this second choice. In framing by- him. I think it a reflection upon all is serving? Who makes the charge? Yesterday a picnic was given at ,0
iorate the old Mexican dislike toward
next Tuesday. No man has had better the law this all five candidates to intimate that the Not the people, but the politicians! Miller in the far western part of the
Americans, and of late a number of truer friends than I have and I looked after. was carefully lone' who may be elected will need the Charge No. 2-He wants the office county under the auspices of the j

annoyances have been She lot of our wish them to know that I feel grate- is j !advice and guardianship of the pres- for his boy.SuppoRe Woodmen lodge. The Telegraph goes Ito
The "
countrymen there, according to the ful to them.. From the assurances that unofficial Telegraph of publishing the ballot today that ,, 'ent secretary of state. the charge is true. If Col. press before a report has been received ( }
following dispatch: I have from all parts of the county ]I an copy : He is Weeks is defeated {\
will be used next Tuesday. Voters able to pay for adrtisements he must be suc- from this gathering, but it can
WASHINGTON. May 28.-On the now believe that I will be re-elected bya should remember that the X mark is 'in the newspapers. I regret to say ceeded by somebody's boy. Would not be taken for granted that the good .J 1
eve of receipt of Gen. Carranza's note much larger majority than any of that I the interests of the of Miller section
to be made in the little at the am not. people be as safe people the saw to it 1 F
which officials believe will the squares
renew my friends hoped for in the earlier right hand side of the of the i Very respectfully, ly guarded by Col. Weeks' boy as any- that their guests had an enjoyable ;
name
demand for withdrawal of American '
part of the campaign. If this is the i'
else
t A. P. JORDAN. one ? Is he not more competentthan I day.
candidate be voted
from Mexico with another to for. Where a
troops and
case I shall feel myself under an ad-
one who has not the advantagehe Today the candidates go to Lawteyand
conference between American and first and a second choice is to be voted -
ditional obligation to serve everyone would derive from last of the 3
there these BIRTHDAY PARTY. the counsel of I on Saturday the picnic
two
Mexican military commanders aboutto concerned to the very best of my abil are roof squares his father? campaign will be Reid at Worthington I
The first choice should be voted in
begin, a protest was received at the
ity. ''
White House today reporting serious Yours the first row of these squares and the On Tuesday afternoon little Miss Charge No. 3-He is growing old. I Springs.
truly,
very '
choice in the Elizabeth\ Andrews of Mr. From point of service and faithfulness -
second
second daughter
,
difficulties between American oil row.
oper- (Paid Adv.) W. T. WEEKS.
this is not true. So far the SILVER TEA ,
ators at Tampico and the Mexican au- The unofficial ballot printed todayin and :Mrs J. W. Andrews, Jr., celebrated as
thorities. ted to lease a house or apartment for the Telegraph contains the namesof her fifth birthday at the homeof welfare of the public and taxpayer is

The protest came in the form of a over a year without a special permit. all the candidates that are to he her parents on West Madison street concerned, he is as young as ever. Ageis Mrs. R. A. Weeks and Mrs. J. H.

telegram addressed to President Wil- The military government of this state voted for, except the district officers. The charming little hostess received simply rQl1 '." "Youth that has outgrownits Hitch entertained at the home of the

son by eighty-four American citizens has instructed the stamp office not to These will be different in the different a large number of beautiful and latter last Wednesday afternoon from

residing at Tampico who had held a i issue certificates of transfer whereone precincts and they will be printed on useful birthday gifts, with the wi.-h Gentlemen of the jury, what say I four to fix, this being one of a series j

mass meeting and determined to lay American sells to another, and the the ballots that are to be sent out to from her little friends that she may you, guilty or not guilty? I of silver teas given by the ladies of

their case before the government. It governor refuses to certify to the sig- the polling places. The tickets were have many happy returns of the day Verdict: We, the jury, find the defendant the Methodist church for the benefitof

declared the Mexican military officials nature of the notary in any contractor printed in the Telegraph's job printing The little people were entertained hy.. Not Guilty! improvements on the parsonage.The .
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were promulgating decrees designed other instrument in which an Amer- department Tuesday and Wednes playing games on the 1 town, after (Signed) THE PEOPLE. i guests were seated on the vine

to make it impossible for Americansto ican appears, The effect of this pro- day. The ballots are eight inches wide \\lil'h1rs.. Andrews served deliciousice Fellow voters, especially old soldiers 1- .; covered porch, and served with refreshing F

do business in the country and told cedure is to prevent Americans from by twenty-two inches long.A cream and cake. on the morning of June 6th, let I II lemonade, Mrs. T. J. Griffin {

how one of their number had been imprisoned transferring their property to other provision of the Trammell "COI'I'Upt Those enjoying this happy occasionwere I us consult our conscience and see if I presiding over the lemonade table. ..
law caused Ruby Davis Russell Daniel Eugene we cannot give to Col. W. T. Weeks i The afternoon with
for three hours because he foreigners."A practices" some con- passed quickly social -
refused to pay his employes wages decree was; i issued a few days fusion that resulted in the ballots for Matthews, Lester Price Robinson j II the largest vote that he has ever re- conversation, fan:?:' work and

fixed by the authorities in excess of ago by the local military authorities Bradford county, and probably\ many Lucile Mitchell :McBride and Cly- ceived. !110 we not owe it to him, for (, music. Miss White and Miss May

terms previously agreed upon with the providing that labor should be, paid, other counties, having to DP printed a tie Warren, of Jacksonville; Louise the service which he has rendered to ;' Peek, of Daytona, rendered! beautiful

and merchandise would be sold on a second time. The law requires candidates Peek George Johns, Elice Jones, Isla us, through the bloody years of the I I' instrumental selections, and Mrs. Ad- ;

. men.The signers of the message asserted basis of Mexican gold, the consideration to file their second campaign expense Poppell, Paul Knight, Chas. Lucian r ivil war and through the peaceful and i i kins and Mrs. Turner sang delightfully. -

their rights to protection from the to be paid on Mexican paper statement not later than eight Kicklitcr, Junior McDonald Mary Ca- prosperous ones;; that have followed? The sum of $8.85 was added to

American government and announced money: at an arbitrary value fixed by; days before the election. The time for nova Virginia Weeks, Harriet Ritch A Comrade, the treasury fund

their determination not to comply with the government, regardless of the f filing this statement expired Monday and Carlyle Ritch. (Paid Adv._ )__T.__J.__DURDEN.DEATH ___ Mesdames Weeks and Ritch entertained -

arbitrary and confiscator)' orders and commercial value of this paper moneyas night Tuesday night at 6 o'clock a I u most hospitably,, and thirty
decrees ly the Mexicans. regulated by supply and demand. telegram was received from the Sec- 1 The tracks around the depot are being OF CHILI ladies who were guests. thoroughly enjoyed -

White House officials sent the pro- "All of the above decrees violate retary of State advising that A. J. Angle put in good order, spoiling several this charmingly informal affair.At .

test to the state department for inves Mexican laws and are in contraventionof a candidate for State Comptroller, acres of cow pasture.IN Clifford, !9-year old son of Mr. and the close of the afternoon, the hostesses -

tigation. Other complaints already the rights of Americans guaranteed, had failed to comply with the law and Mrs J. M. Dubose, died Wednesday served sherbet and raisin cook

have been received regarding recent by treaty between Mexico and the instructing that his name be left off HONOR OF REV. AND MRS.{ H. morning, May =Cist, at St. Luke's hospital I ies.

decrees by the Carranza government, United States. We desire to know if of the ballot. The tickets were then j G. DENISON. Jacksonville.The I If

and it is probable that there will be the American government will permitthe printed with Mr. Angle's name elimi- little boy had for months suffered STARKE CEMETERY: ASSOCIATiON .

representation on the subject just as above decrees, or any of them, to nated. On Thursday morning 11 '. After an unusually interesting ser- with an ailment diagnosed as .

soon as the controversy over the presence remain in force where the rights of o'clock another telegram was received \ice at the Wednesday evening pray- timor in the brain. As the disease -

of American troops in Mexico is American are involved. An under- from the Secretary of State advising er-meeting at the Presbyterian churchMr. progressed his right side became paralyzed For several months the Starke Cemetery

adjusted standing with the authorities as to that Mr. Angle had made a satisfactory :: and Mrs J. S. Brown tendered a J and the left eye almost blind. I Association has: been making

"It has become practically impossi the future would not be sufficient. The !'howingthat he mailed his statement surprise party to their pastor, Dr. II. He was taken to the hospital but the list of owners in Crosby cemetery -

ble\ for an American to do business of decrees already in existence must be in time for it to have reached G. Denison and his wife. surgeons had little or no hope of saving I and propery letters have l,oen: mailed to i

any nature in this section of the coun- repealed where thfty affect Ameri- I 1 Tallahassee within the time prescribed i I| The guests had not been told of this him, as, according to their diagnosis all whose names could I le obtained.If ;.

try," th" Tampico message said "l l>('_ cans." by law and instructing that his name 'I affair until they arrived at the church I the tumor was at the bottom of I names have been omitted, tht J \

cause of restrictions placed by the he printed on the ballots. This necessitated when a quiet invitation was passed the brain and could not he reached association any will appreciate information ; _

atthorities that we believe to be directed AFTER THE CATTLE TICKS.In the re-printing) of the ballots, from one to another. After the service I without cutting through the brain, as t" sanv. The funds of the association .:
primarily but the Telegraph's splendid which, of course, would have killed
against American citizens equip- Miss Hazel Brown quickly spirited for the present will be depositedin
For ment is equal to the occasion and the boy. When he was near death the ,.
a year a series of decrees the issue of the Telegraph for ,the away the company to her homeon the bank, to be used toward ulti- .'
babe: made their appearance, which May 19th reference was made to the printing will be completed in ample Walnut street, while her mother surgeons decided, as a last resort: to I' mately aiding in purclia=ing and improving -

which have been progressive in that installation of a' dipping vat at the time for the ballot boxes to reach the detained the pastor and his wife a few open the skull in the hope that the the property if possible. 1

they are constantly becoming more an- place of Mr. A. S. Brown in the various precincts not later than Mon ': minutes at the church, and then asked tumor might have made its way up- Early replies to this notice and let 1 -

ti-Amerioan. We believe that the authorities Dukes section. We were in error about day.Mr. i them to stop in at her home. Great I ward, where it could be reached, but I' ters sent out are icque,.,ted, stating:

had not the remotest idea, the initials of the owner of the vat. : Angle's name will appear on was the surprise of the beloved pas- I this was not to be the case. amount pledged as annual dues, enclosing

when they first began to issue such The vat is at the place of Brady E the ballots. : tor and his good wife when they arrived The remains were brought to Providence I said amount that the work
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Decrees, that they would be able to Brown. I at Mrs. Brown's home and found I Thursday; and interred in the I may proceed at once to secure fundsso ...

don enforce them, but when nothing was Since the construction of the vat SURRENDERED TO SHERIFF. forty guests awaiting them. I II family burial ground. Sincere sympathy that a sexton may be paid to keep
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by our government to secure 1,000 cattle have l been given a dip. 'I The remainder of the evening was I is extended to the family in I the cemetery in proper condition.

bean their repeal, that these edicts have On a single day lately 400 cattle and spent in happiest social converse and their bereavement. Dues may range from $1 to $5 annually -

until made more stringent each day the same number of hogs were driven I Eustis; Crews, a young man against listening to chorus singing, with Miss I according to a person's ability.

now our property is threatened through the vat. I whom a warrant has been issued fora Hazel Brown at the piano. Mrs. J. R. Potato vines, beans; and sweet corn lit is expected of those who are able

)has"confiscation, and in some cases I serious violation of the criminal 'Davis and Miss Brown assisted the are now being shipped from Starke. that they pay the maximum! amount.

been actually confiscated, and our SAPP-McCUMBEE. statutes surrendered himself to the :hostess in serving most delicious I COMER L. PEEK, President ; ;

Personal" liberty is menaced. sheriff Wednesday and was placed under -, cream and cake. After a farewell song AT BAPTIST CHURCH.There LUCIA SHARPE ALVAREZ, ( rte

months A military decree was issued some Mr. Henry Sapp, Jr., and Mrs. Lu- bond in the sum of $500 for his : the guests departed for their homes, will be a union service at the I Secretary and Treasurer. "

th ago providing that lands in cinda McCumbee were married at the' appearance at the fall term of the t congratulating themselves that they Baptist church Sunday night, regular Board of Directors: ;

leased estate of Vera Cruz might not be court house in Starke, in the presenceof circuit- court. i, had attended prayer meeting service hour. Mrs. R. D. Yerian, a social G. C. LIVINGSTON. I J --y*

ronsent for oil purposes, without the a few witnesses, Thursday morn- and were thus made eligible to this worker of ten years experience in slum F. F. STUMP *l ; .
of the state government, and ing, June 1, by Rev. F. B. Johns. The social affair.STARKE. i :
Misses .
this decree has Kate and Sue Liddon, who and rescue work will speak; the lec- J. M. MITCHELL, .' 4
no foreigner been modified until now contracting parties are of Lawtey, I for the past term have been teaching I ture will be embellished by incidents J. M. ALVAREZ ;

is permitted to acquire where they will reside. Their many in Jacksonville schools, came down GROWERS TO MEET. from personal experience of speaker. J. E. WILSON.
real ,
leuea estate or assignments of friends wish them all happiness. Sunday afternoon to spend part of Voluntary offering taken at CLOSE of
aea3A from a native. In this state their vacation at I H. Y. Brown and'lrs. J. C. 4 +
American Kingsley lake. -Mrs. The Starke Growers Association will service for benefit of needy, friendless Mrs.
may not secure real esexican Mexico's note to U. S. demands the C W. Liddon and the Misses Liddon[ 'meet in Starke tomorrow (Saturday) girls of Florida. Come and seehearhow Terrell will leave Sunday for a visit

.!( .nOr may he lease land from a immediate withdrawal of American will occupy the Freeman cottage at; i at the usual place and time. A full at- "the other half lives." Mass of two weeks with relath&s in Jack. 1 r ,

nor will he even be permit- troops from Mexico. the lake. i tendance is desired. -. meeting. Come and bring a friend. sonvillle and Valdosta, Ga.' ../ ; s,



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the 'Jo %1:1: ',T '.! thin He .! vir.ter.te'i: l iif% i:::.j.nKr.s".er.t.Pills .
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!H1'fo t' !.l ail 'j.'M. -..., e-ayaa! a .d the rrar.r.reknt .? LizzE: .j-a,= returned :o Tam :*in? !held: every evening :! this wi
I P.. 1_ }fof.1Jr.1.d Jaf.k J.M.:11hr.mr.l : :, j ....U ...-. iertiker:: '-:'. & !larger .r..a. l*. At Et For Urtr.E ; i ; i4944tiei silo Saturday, after s-::::.::::? three: a: Grac M. E. rhurch. t'r.m beg -
th: a' p .f phaJF.t. th.re are aJlrl//1:: :.n the a-=* th7 ccitair.: : the l-t lire? ks !here wire .'..'.? :.j her mother:: : at Ti4o.Quite : .
tract aril ne ::!ire r.o natter ':-ij"'N otter: C.! t, BROOKER. .:: her !last illness! and -
2ry/ are n c-Jtivator. The : visicng: a large zumi:: r we:: to Lake
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I tairftiity .StodtnU Vi,it State FarmA farm hai its o"':'. hard of: > head ofiajr : ra-E : the nreet' rar ca:- :'.. her father. S. M. Pwe. u-ho is L" ]Kingsley: l-", ::t iL'.dsy;; to witness tietajtism
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part cf tindeLt! from the Co-! ? cattle! l ho?! ar.d aiVI! ) headof astt4dt4444sy's :!:::? 1 health. ; of jev-rral c&2d.at: s fcr 1M
Life Pills:! contain isgr4'r.t3 that
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legs .f Agritjltire, Crises:!y dI cattle! in the woodi.; The: Pq.n:gtr :- the liver the p M:. H. P. Bt;, >: who has Ittn a't t Setord Advent church. Eder Matthew -
I r HorJia, vi i?:t*<} the}; StaVr pm' n Farm ;,:! "it'r' ?.!.I: through: aril everyth-r.' ? No"CJ keg, wove: bowelsfraJy. : arcrk in LaCroee* for :e-.eral ; ; i ,1J t ; ; C '!' &hr.4: o::raed.
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at P..a. f'rtJ, Bradford trii!ty, Satrsray *'&! frrdfp is the :,.'it !:ar.itary Just ha; returned! :: to our little: : bur?. ,! mailor :
get.h. bottle Dr.KL' .
< May ?r1. TT.oi* who rrAd th: cor.ditor.. Titers are showersar.d :?'! New Life; try Pills a and Lcice c. how Rev. I. J. Ela:v s conducttd: :*: LAWTEY. + f the birwcue and !:sees whiih w3U

trip here W. C. Eth:rid?*, Prof'twrff t.:tH for the pri-o.v-rj, and the prisoners : much Ittter feel. 25c at drDYAL ces a: the Fm Will ch-rch on : given in L wtey Fr.'daj. Every
Agr.r.',m y, C. IJ. Gur.n J. P. Gunr., are giv.i two charges. of clothirg ga.z. yw :12?- Saturday are S:4!: aj. Three : i candidate in th4 county and verjtocv -

1.. T. Smith.: i P. J. "aggr' P. S. Hvj-at- a weekEverythir.:: :?I is !lighted: with members: were added :o the : :.:! States Attorney A. V. Long ad lit- else, is expected to M her?.

t imir, H. f. WVxi, 1.. M. WV.t:! W. W.tricity and rjr.r.ir.g water pipedthroJihoJt j BUYS FARM.A. Prof. T. J. Collins and: ha krJe! : son from: Starke were visitors :o A'S June ):!:. ::* day cf the prlsaryelection :
U. F f1"ltI!! C. W. Iyr.j W. A. Prtvatt a1! the brjidir.2! Raf&rd! or.e. Tuesday.Mr. .
? : >- : ter, Mary, attended Hrvices at ::. : is incft here and while! ft
.' irA I' D. Camp. Trb'jr.e.: G. Dyal!, who is with! the Southern och; church: Sunday.ilrs. : D. P.. Edwards, cf St.1rke.on! hop: ? Lha'L* cjt computer.: mend
Cattle! Feeding Company: at Eel-! D. B. Lynn has just :: : !: business ia Lawtey last -
rE.r Mr. John P.sHrts was :s r itcr toJackiorrille
TAfP.fJrnCER WAS KILLED; BYURJ She laid she did not know that Ror.co more, wa! in VJ-XT.; Saturday. Mr. Dyal !home from Tennessee, where her a'U.:: Wednesday.Mr. .
lately bo ht the Saanders
;? place on P.. J. has Hon. A. D. Andrews cf Raiford.: '
: WOMAN.TAMPA. who wan in plain! clothes was an offi- been attending: school.
the road H. D. Radi3! visitor toJacksonville
Lawtey jst Bait of 0. ATLr.wer' Mrs. :.s in tows Tuesday.; was a
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by a white man. asiajlted !, aril' is having: it improved. here ths w"ekisiir.g relatives. Mr. Cry G'JtEcf' Jacksonville! the, first cf the week.

May 2<,-T.e fJrniil ofPolif P.'Jnc'dla h is the !": t.tr.d: i Mr. and Mrs. L H. Harrison, ; the guest cf friends here Sunday. Mr. A. F.oser.Urg is :ranssrtiifbusiness
jfTsr Ja.rr.iI J Jr.C'J. who raakilM in his family within the tragedy three I Fred A. Scott promises to al!J parts Micanopy; "'Nereiiitir.z Mrs. Mr. Ernest Wills was transacting !; b Gair: >sville: this! we:k.
last r.iyht Lyttil: Knight a past of the county ar.d to all! schools from ,
held thu from j rn"r. h'!. IIi!! little son, Ear!, wa? fatally son's parents here last Saturday in Starke last Friday.May.r Mr. Felix Lcn?. cf Stsrke, a representative
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I injured by falling into ofjboilir. Sunday.Since. W. F. Godwin and little! son of the W. B. Jotn..CO:1.i
his h'/me 703 Jaks.n abouttr. a jot
street tratior..
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'J i the f jr.eral of the I watr in the yard at their the rain the crops have }:; daughter Willie and Marguerite. Co., cf Jacksonville:; was: transactinfbusines
name tirri* wrm-
I : : HOT.: some air! weeks ago.Ror.eo ily responded and daily: shipments: : H. C. Peace and RIP.. 0. : in i Law:ey.
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: an. the fir.c, grabbed the + was 34 years !d. He wa; EVER SALIVATED BYi vegetables! are made from tks: E and daughter.! Myrtle! co:!:pos- ;
.. omarj : rl:-
reared at Fort Myers. He i? jrvivd CALOMEL I tion. an auto party to Jacksonville last + + + + 4' + + + + .. + + + + + +
volvtr ar.d hot her three tim!. Shed I ? HORRIBLE!
i : '. 'p
i ) hour afterward. by hi.t.'J.N: Mr!. Myrtle! Rorro.! ar-C; Miss Thelma: Ward who has +
di'!i thin tI
an
Tl,e tragedy *a'! antinu'-ial one.Ilor.ro his parr.ts, Mr. and Mr*. Joseph i i I "sitir.z i in Starke for several 1 Mr;. W. M. Fryer and little dauzh- + SEABOARD TIME TABLE ;
Rorco, arid five sisters. Calomel is Quicksilver has returned home. Alfia.! are spending: a few days -
who the and Acts
3riv
+ :? police patrol,
!
E Quite a few attended the '! : week: with friends i.. Gainesville.! + New time table: takes t'tct f.

.t. "Vial" rr.an not walking on duty.alor.j! He? saw Seventh the Kr.avenue vht JUSTICE OF PEACE ;th DISTRICT Like Dynamite On picnic at Raiford on last Saturday. Messrs. P.. B. Jackson:, W. F. God- '' f l_':Ol a. r:.. 5iay.. May 2?, 16. +

r-ar Tr.irtr.th street, and rcognizJ..K vote: for J. C. Popp'-li.! < Pdj :. Your Liver. The picnic: at WfJr .ir.r..r.n on la L. H. Hill ar.d H. C. Peace were + Trains will ar.ive"in Surke II *
1.
the business in Jacksonville *
- her ah a woman wanted hy thefililirfo. Saturday ty Erooker .' :: ry r.g' : on + follows:
proved! most enjoyable!! and I'j --day. + -
i arre V-d hr.. Officer Howell)},
who hapfx-r.ed aloe! iaw that Ronco. Calomel! loses you a day! Yoa kEowhat passed alor.? very peaaar! .tly. RP..aph! 0. Wright filled! :! his rEZ + J!rk: nme to Tampa #

t. + a rn'-dium-tized) ) man was havir.g a Good Looks are Easy calomel is. It's mercury; quick: We expect to eooa have a new ) appointment at the Raiford M. E. 4' No. 1 .11:14& p. B.No. .
silver. lire this : South last Sunday.Mrs. *.40a.m.No. +
,. trusr'le wIth the woman, who was Calomel! is dan -ero"J.S. It connecting town with 3 I ..,
: crashes into Butler. J. J. McLeod and Misses -f .' +
Jarjr and! very muscular and evident- with sour bile like dynamite, Rose t' & : .J. Pm.
tf t. ly under) the ir.Suer.c of cocaine Heafk cramping and sickening you. Calomel Mrs. Annie Simmor.H left for ;&. Hull and Wilmer Blanchard 4 +

-l -,} Ronco If he r.e:ded help, and I MagnoliaBalm. attacks the tor.es ar.d efiould never be ville! Tuesday morning, where :: visitors to Starke last Saturday. + JackstnTil! to Cedar Key +.
i put into will spend time: with Miss Bertha Lawrence who + &
Iff Itonco told! him he did not, but wanted I :your system. some ; hast No. 15 5:04 p. .
: When Miss Tave :n teaching schcol in _
*
him to rail the patrol wagon. This you feel bilious} sluggish, constipated Ar.dreu has been sick Jacksonville, .
l JJfJnll did. and all knocked out and believe the past few days tut we all hope spending her vacation: here at the + Tampa to JaeksonrilleNo.
'b. you need a dose of dangerouJ will soon be well.! of her parents, P.ear.d Mrs. T. ,' + 2 4:54 a.No. Co .
i The woman apparently had submitted calomel just remember that your druggist Mr. and Mrs. }L P. Matheny Lawrence. + 4 3:42pB.No. +
and Btar.difig quietly when Look M good M city coiuin. No .
t was matter if do Tan your Freckle sells for 50 cents a large bottle little sons, Emra and Othoe, : ) Ir. Henry{ Futch was a visitor to I 4 10 Limited: )... 5:54 p. &
the grabbed Ronco's you or Magnolia .
' Huddnly pistol Balm will surely! clear your akin a4Uaty. of Dodson's Liver Tone which is en-i parsed! by Prof. futon S. Hayes, l last Sunday. I Ifr. } + -
and fired] shut into hia AIl
body.
one Heal Sunburn too. juit put a little on tirely vegetable and pleasant to take for Madison in Mr. Matheny's car la t A. R. Johnson, of Nassau coon + Cedar Key to Jacksonrilk #
!<'n rJ fell, mortally wounded, he grab your face and rub it off gain before dry. and is a perfect substitute for calomel.It Saturday.. They will spend ?\ I was a guest at the hone .of Sir I + .",0. 14 9:27 a.m.
\sithe gun from the woman and fired Simple and to pleue. i there Mrs 0.1 f
sure Try a bottle guaranteed to start your liver days before returning. : Thomas last Saturday -
: three thou into her body. Patrolman to-day and begin the improvement at without Ir. +
stirring you up inside, and Edgar Jones and sister, of Lake 4 Vapree Trainj
i Holden who was nearby, cam the ne- once. White Pink and Ro.e-Red Colon .
75 can not salivate. -S,4 < ; s' ie42ro i4 i.6 4 were guests at the home of their + ( Daily: Except: Sunday; ) .
and arrested her. cents at DruggiA or by mail dir &
+{ l re's' running away Don't take calomel! It makes you '3 and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. No. 101 Leaves Starke 6:45 a. BTNo.

f lIe found Ronco bleeding to death the on SAMPLE FREE. j tick the next day; it loses you a day's HAMPTON. I Ir. ff : 104 arrives Starke 2:45 p. JT.
the sidewalk and rushed him to
work. Dodson's Liver Tone straightens W. Lake, of Starke visit + T. J. GRIFFIN, Agtf-1
was
, Cordon Keller hospital, but Ronco diedjust LYON MFC. CO,40 U.M St.BrooUra N.Y. you right up and you feel great. 4 44. .4.4 4 friends in Lawtey last Thursday j + .

an wa before sent reaching to the Clara there.Frye The hospital worn. it Give it to the children because it Mr. and )!rs. A. J. Strickland Ir. and ilrs. L. H. Hill were visi + + + + 4' + + .. + + + + + +-.-

and the died there tarly this morning. Read the Telegraph-41. 0 year I I Ip [ gripe.perfectly harmless and does not Lake Geneva, spent Sunday here to Starke Monday. >'o 666 rill care Malaria or fdoI'
((10-U4) tending the quarterly conference I
Enoch
Grif&e and little daugh- Fcrer.. It kite the germs.Jj. .





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FRIDAY JUNE 2, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE" FLORIDA. ''"" ,. PAGE THREE 4

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( News of Florida in Short Paragraphs.--l lj JAMES HILL DIES. THERORIDAHETAlPRODyasQl ''McMULLEN TALKS ON: -1

tsgszszsasesgMSZszszsgsasasaaasaszsasasasy pgasas ST. PAUL, Minn., May 29.-James MANUFACTURE

J. Hill, railroad builder, capitalist and METAL

most widely known figure of the

Live State NewsJ F Northwest, died at his Summit avenue CEILINGS 11
j .
KirM-niHiiiiniTnnraiii i i j home at 9:30 o'clock this morning as CULVERTS.SHINGLES ELIGIBILITY OFF.M SEND i!
iU2
I Told by Our Exchanges. the trouble.Mr.; result. of an affection due to bowel AND OTHERSHEET .


.. Hill was unconscious for nearly
METAL :
twelve hours before he died. Dr. Herring -
TAMPA.-John McDonald shot his PENSACOLA.-More than 14,000- L BUILDING r
M. Riggs, of New York, and Dr. HUDSON '
sister-in-law, Sophronia Wells, in an 000 superficial feet of lumber and timber Stanley Seager, of Rochester, Minn., MATERIAL AIoR

attempt to kill his wife and then sui were exported from the port of together with members of the immed- wRITc TODAY AND SPECIAL .

cided by shooting himself in the head. I Pensacola during the month of April, iate Hill family were at the bedside FORCATAIOGVES QUOTATIONS -

according to statistics from the custom when the end came JACKSONVILLE.fLA.

\lIAMI.-The board of health is house. These figures do not include Mr. Hill's] personal secretary, M. II. -

buying flies by the pint from children the several shipments of railroad Brown, made the announcement of his -

who engage to swat them and paying sleepers and deals, and these, reduced employer's death to waiting newspaper doesn't expire until Midnight: and as i .

cash prizes to the boys and girls who to superficial feet, will bring correspondents at the Hill resi- the election cloj-o.H at sundown he is j

in the largest quantity the yellow pine exportation up to more dence. His statement was made verbally -
bring than 15,000,000 superficial feet. with the intimation that a written necessarily elected pi, "emor while tho I .

bulletin might be issued later. twilight of his sinaial term still s
PETERSBURG. large ship- .
ST. date for obsequies r.S lingers.; This causes an overlapping
Questioned regarding
of brick has been received to be KEY WEST.-As a result of a franchise a e'
ment Pinellas county's $713,000 73- granted at a recent meeting of Mr. Brown said that no arrangements We carry all the Uad- of the terms of the ttva i offices of some
and standard
used on ing rane-
mile good roads system. Constructionwork the city council, this city will have direct had been discussed. ti'S tha thave beentested five or six hours, they'; contend. Now
telephone communication with the and known to be
is expected to begin at once. I DISAPPEARED FROM HOME. J adapted to our soil fend Mr. Hudson has been ;elected senator
mainland of Florida and with the Island climate.
of Cuba. The franchise for three successive? terms. Each
was given -
We ca nnow make immediate -
SEVILLE.-The first shipment of to the American Telephone and shipment of all time he was elected anil each time his 1
Wednesday 17th; W. V. Grif-
Florida peaches this season was made the seasonable crop: fist
Telegraph Company for the construction the term expired on the Tuesday after -
fin, manager of Herring Drug tied.
consisted I
this point last week and -
from and of .
of three crates shipped to Atlanta. telephone operation between a long Key distance West Company, of Plant! City. SEED POTATOES the first Monday in Novmber. If i

sold for $6 a crate. system ;3 feet 9) inches; weight, about. 133:; the construction of there people is correct -
The peaches
and the mainland of the state and also I Spilding's No. 4 Rose
pounds; slender build; blue eyes;: pet
between this point and Cuba. Early Ked BUll Triumph fc frt. Mr. Hudson continued to be senator -
well back in head prominent no,\ '
; ,
The school board of Vo- Seed Ptinuts, j jti t for five sit!
DeLAXD.- I I r or hours at the end t
rather slim face light brown hair
.
No. 1 N rth Carolina at
lusia county has awarded graded libraries PLANT CITY.-More than fifty turning slightly! grey around the tern-1' and the Small Spanish ,. ; jg4. of each term after he had been elect- I

to the value of $300 to schools thousand packages of spring truck pies, white splotches on back of hand; | I Two Crop. ; ed to succeed himself. In other words -
of that county for having made high have been forwarded from this suit blue tSeed ; r r
lines city wore gray dark hat. Knight : Corn. Millet Sor he was enjoying the honor of two
civic duringthe
percentages along during the past two weeks. This truck Templar ring and Knight Templar ghum. Beggarweed. Natal -
session. terms at the same time. Does intelligent :'
past consisted of potatoes, beans, cucum- watch charm and probably a Shriner'spin. Grass Rhodes Grass any

bers, tomatoes, sweet corn, with a Chufaa, Ka.-r Corn, (t man after a moment's
I e
WAUCHULA.-The vegetable ship- small quantity of squash and okra. lie was a member of Morocco Tem- Velvet Buns, Upland thought believe that Mr. Hudson's first

ping season continues in full swing in The express shipments for each day ple at Jacksonville, also a 32nd degree and Lowland Seed Rice. : ; u R ={. e term as senator continued after his I

this section, there being six and seven have been heavy, with the lowest daily I :Mason. Tomato Plans-Lirlng- I( I election to his second term, or that

carloads of vegetables leaving here shipment of 811 packages and the I :Mr. Griffin was slightly hard of ton Beauty and the
his second
daily, and the shipment will continuefor highest 3227, besides car lot shipments ;. hearing and is supposed to have been Famous John Barr. term continued after his 4

some time yet. The rains the past each day. !suffering from temporary mental aber- Write us for weekly! F. M. HUDSON election to his third term' Most assuredly ,

week were beneficial to the younger ation. price lat: on Field Seed<< Candidate for GovernorThe not. A POSITION SO RI'i

crops. PENSACOLA.-With his right-foot Notify First National Bank of Plant SupplK-s.Grain Poultry Our Feed dvsenp-and editor of the Democrat asked DICULOUS WOULD NOT FOR A ...; 4S

jammed in a cattle guard, helpless as City or :Mrs. Wm. V. Griffin, Plant tive catalogues free on lion. Don C. McMullen yesterday, to '. MOMENT BE COUNTENANCED BY '

KISSIMMEE: -Another shipment of a locomotive thundered toward him in City. Information leading to Mr. request I
Griffin's will be rewarded ; give his opinion on the eligibility of ANY PERSON OF ORDINARY INFORMATION -
return by
cattle went this week to Texas. These the blinding rain, an unknown man, r
lion. Fred M. Hudson for LET HIM BE LAYMAN
his family. AUNT P.TSYrOULTRY governor. -
attle were purchased by II. T. Lykes, apparently about 23; years of age, met -

of Lykes Bros., of Tampa, Texas. death on the tracks of the L. & N. .f. MASH He said: OR LAWYER. It is on an intellectual i

They were loaded on Wednesday and railroad near Olive some time Monday.An \ another and younger negro in ,the was crime convicted L makes your hens lay'I .,,,, ; The popular mind does not regard plane with the controversy .a J

began their long journey to the plainsof inquest was held by Coroner WillL. and as an accessory sentence. I + with favor the defeat of what is right of the ancient wise men who eonced'I
Texas, where they will be resold Johnson and after four witnesseswere I given an eighteen-year 1
and fair by technical rules, even when ing all power to the Creator, discussed -
and fattened for the market. examined a verdict was returnedto A.MARTIN1SEE0 Co I

the effect that the cause of death TALLAHASSEE constructionwork 't. JACKSONVILLC.FLORIDA.NV. such rules are clear, but to invoke the the question at whether or not e ,

n.un.-This city is booming with was unknown. on the Dixie Highway began this -. *me'n.-i i"L.iVV-! STRAINED and ILLOGICAL con- he could put the earth in a pint cup

$5,000.000 represented in buildings under I week. Mr. A. C, Bryson, of the firm struction of the constitution by which without making the earth smaller or 1
-
way, $2,000,000 represented in JACKSONVILLE. the meetingin of Bryson & Bryson, contractors for The Downright Truth About Hoes- the opponents of Mr. Hudson assert, I the cup- larirer. Then it necessarily- J

public improvements to be finished Jacksonville last week of the Geor- j this job, was here to start the work Is that ninety per cent: of them are In. that he is ineligible, OUGHT TOI I follows that if his term as senator did

this year, and $1,000,000 for proposed gia-Florida Saw Mill Association rules off, but returned to Jacksonville Friday fested :with worms and the owner
it BRING ON SUCH METHODS AND trot overlap his succeeding term as
afternoon to for serer suspects: until they stow
bringingover
further investment, maker a total were adopted revising the system of arrange I
outlay of $8,000,000 for improvementsin lumber grading which are expected to some more equipment. This firmis signs of sickness. THEIR CIRCULATORS, THE DISAPPROVAL senator, that his term BS senator would

this city during 1916. prevent further inferior grades of one of the best equipped for road It pays will to crush.Blackman's be on. the safe side, andif OF ALL FAIR MINDED not overlap the time of his election as t

lumber from coming into competition construction in the country. They have you PEOPLE. CONSTITUTIONSAND governor. So much for the common
: over $30,000; invested in machinery and Medicated Salt Brick
with the better grades. This action
BUSHNELL-Twenty-one thousand LAWS SHOULD NOT BE CONSTRUED sense side of the question, but the
I is said to be one of the most advanced equipment. The outfit was shipped and dissolve it in slop-feed and give a
ninety-eight crates of cucumbers ha.ebeen IN THE LIGHT OF TIIE legal view is just as much in favor of t
this section this steps taken in recent years to increasethe here from St. Johns county, where little to your hogs once or twice a ,
shipped from demand for Georgia and Florida they have just completed a contract week you can have a PARTICULAR INTERESTS OF :Mr. Hudson's eligibility OUR SUPREME {
still continue good I
The
-spason.-5$3.7.r!> is the prices top market price. Con- timber. I and was unloaded at the depot this I Feeling of Absolute Safety PARTICULAR INDIVIDUALS, BUT COURT HAS NEVER PASS- s
week. will hundred and t
sidering the general weather condi- 'i' They use a j I that your hogs Ire not infested with WITH A VIEW TO THE ATTAINMENT ED UPON THE QUESTION, BUT
'
fifty mules and from eighty to one'
tions which has prevailed the crop has FT, LAUDERDALE.-Celery, crisp, hundred men on the job, which will be worms. WHAT OTHERS SAY OF JUSTICE, AND IN THE THE SUPREME COURTS OF SOME 4

been very good. Carloads are still fragrant and of fine quality-is being completed within six months. A tremendous I wired you an order today which I hop LIGHT OF REASON AND COMMONSENSE SIX OR SEVEN STATES HAVEHELD -
leaving daily.TAMPAThe. shipped from the Davie farm to the you vlll ship Immediately. We are having \
modern steam shovel was The politicians who have THAT CONSTITUTIONAL
I northern markets, load after load of splendid rwiulta with your Medicated: Bait rAND
unloaded this week. Brick. Two farmers have Just come In who t
last franchise the product going out at the present claim that their hogs had cevore caaes of raised the question insist that :Mr. STATUTORY PROVISIONS r
required -
I time. There about twelve cholera both of of them having lost quite a Hudson is : the TOUCHING TIlE ELIGIBILITY OF t
for the construction of the interur- are acres I number, when they began using your rem- disqualified by provision -
ban trolley line to extend from Plant of celery on the farm and the yield is GREEN COVE.Much has been I dy in their elop-feed, also In the drinking I of the constitution forbidding a I I A PERSON TO HOLD OFFICE,
water. After using It six or seven days, the
City to Tampa has been granted by expected to average about 1,000 cratesto said regarding the inferiority of the I II hogs stopped dying and since that time they I senator or member of the house of SHOULD BE CONSTRUED SO AS ,
Lakeland. A force is stead- the acre. The price of the celery, Black Creek rock for a road material, hate not lost a single hog. I am fully convinced -
the city of that have the'rlght and TO THE ELIGIBILITY
you remedy representatives during the term for UPHOLD IF
I I
ily at work completing the survey of on boat at Ft. Lauderdale, is from To;; and this is the material that is being feel confident that If the farmers would feed
the line other preliminaries be- cents to 1.25: a crate, and from the used for the road from Orange Park.A It In time, that It would save their hogs which he was elected, being electedor POSSIBLE. Then it is an old maxim
and .
from the dreaded scourge. It Is probable
fore actual construction work can be I I condition of the crop the growers are thorough investigation was made II of course that,the togs referred to did not appointed to any office the emolu- of the law recognized by all courts

begun. I expecting to "clean up" this year. and the material not showing up to i as have this cholera trouble but Ie were often affected mistaken: with for worms chol, ments of which have been increased from the supreme court of the United

1 the satisfaction of the board of rounh''C'm'11issioners I era. However, the farmers were confident
---- during such time. it froma States down that 'THE LAW CARES
that their hogs did have the cholera. At Looking at ,
'I JA JACKSONVILLE. Washington'\ a special meeting was 'I I any rate, they had a high fever and were "
ORLANDO.-Some interesting relics called and held :Monday at which time 1 dying, and your remedy stopped the dl ease. legal or common sense standpoint, NOT FOR SMALL THINGS. Two
Tound the razingof dispatch says that Adjutant General San Jose., IlL.OctlS.'lS.: :; CEO. B. WIE Ea.I .
have been during the matter was thoroughly discussed such a conclusion to my mind is absurd thousand years agthe Roman prae-
the eld record which has !been Foster and Lieutenant Commander Blackman Stock
house Co.
Remedy
Graham of Florida have been end an azreement was reached with I;, and its use as campaign materialis tor would have (diIi.-(d this quibble
,
appointed
Tennessee.
the Chattanooga.
for
torn down to make room erec- I
rcKm'tors to change the material! to
members of the central com- unfair. withthe remark, "de mnrmi.s non curat
tion of the new county jail. Amongthe and asphalt, and the road will be : + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + .
must interesting is the original mince of the National Aerial CoatI The election occurs on the first Tues- lex"-THE LAW CAKhS NOT FOR {
c< mn'cted! of this material. Under thorerpoment + '+
charter of the city of Orlando, writ- I P-u'.o: commission, the organization the road i is to be narrowed + + day after the first Monday in Novem I TRIFLES-and today it is a matter
ten C. in IS';:; The doc- I which i is advocating a complete chain i
by A. Boone cf down to nine feet of the sand asphalt, ber. Mr. Hudson's term expires that I altogether! too small fof fair minded
military hydro-aeroplanes to guard ;
is well in record
ument preserved a : :
book. I .'.01)0 miles of American coasts from with one and one-half feet of sand- FOR SALE day. But the curbstone expounders men to give them!={-he? orio-j.s concern -

II Eastport Me., to Cape Flattery, thy on either side making a twelve + +, of the law say his term as senator I I about. ( Paid Adv.)
Washington.; The appointments were foot road. The entire forty feet of + +

TALLAHASSEE-Under the Bank- made by Admiral Robert E. Peary, discoverer the road is to be graded. 1 + 40 acres on Lawtey and Lake +I __ 'H _> f

head good I : loads bill appropriating !! of the North Polo, who is the + Butler road, :'J miles west of +
$75,000,000 from 1017! ; to 19J1 for the !! '-
+
of the committee.
chairman +
Lawtey.
PENSACOLA Word hn
:- lien 1 received -
construction of rural roads in '
post i PARK TRAMMELL(
+ 25; find Highland +
the United States which passed the ': ; from David Sherntt, I'ulian-! acres on Lawtey
"
Senate last week Florida will receive I I'ENSA'OLA-iieutenant apolis; that the first: colony of Dunk- + road, "National Highway. +I LEADING CANDIDATE ...

a total of $S Oio.;; This amount i is Vincent Rockwell a civil engineer: in ard to come to Escaml.ia county is ', + One-half mile north of depot. + 'I,
low If-ipjr! collected! in Ohio and! In- + inO; cash or terms. +
appropriated as follows: For the fib- the United: States navy who was in FOR U. S. SENATORHAS
!' and that it is 20 acres Lawtey and Highland +
UK on
cal ( ::ml expected i t\v I
year 1917;, S.rtf..V, >; 1U! <, Sll.lnO; i training here as a na\ :ltor. was instantly i "
colony will lc located in this -.C'.-i'JIJ + road, "National Highway. + 1
1919, $168,130( ; 1020.! 224JOO: : ; 1921LEESBURG. killed! last Wednesday when '
of the state within the next three + One mile north of Lawtey. About + ,.
$280,250: the navy aeroplane} he was pilotingwas
I driven one hundred and fifty feet mrn1hThem will he l.ctw-n l'iO' I !six acres chared. $GOO cash or + MADE GOOD AS

iiito the Gulf. The machine was badly a"
.-The practice of cut- : d.mag. and officers said they e\-; colony! and t he'fNe to be fo.i\\v!! l + L. II. HILL. + GOVERNOR rhrT ...

ting fences and turning stock into naI I the acdilort i caused 1 by others as; fat as farms can 1.(' hid l lout + Lawtey Florida.CEN.GRANTSAID. +
tal hay fields i is going to become dangerous I r-ertcd was y :
the steering giving Lieu- and buildings: erected. Shenit i,; + + WILL MAKE GOOD AS
for the before gear away. '
much trespassers I tenant Rockwell was thirty-nine years understood! to 1-e financing: the n.ovo- + + 1 U. S. SENATOR
longer. The way the law sta'1d"I nirrit of the Dunkards, this beii.ir; thesane + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
I of ace, was from Indiana and leavesa
now it fellow -
is necessary to catch the
i band that tried colonization tf
in
wife and several chilJien. He expected I
in the act and the who owns ,
man
California, but were unable! } to "make
"a to get a pilot license:: shortly. igoad" i
fine
stand of natal hay i is "con id-
: ) in a lard where there was no He has fought a good fight
: arable! likely" to ire nervous in the 1J
'
rainfall] during the
crop season, having !
trigger that for the people and they are ,
finger about the time of TALLAHASSEE.
1 !
f :: prospective een accustomed to farming in a county ;
f act catching i I I oil well which is being sunk by the where rain is usually plentiful.! !i "LET US SMOKE IN THIS helping him in his fight now.

h -- I I Porheur Development Company in "
!, WORLD NOT IN THE NEXT.
.' FT. MYERS.-One of the finest ] Wakulla county, sixteen miles south of I11.Ull.For i' ,

F crops of Valencia Into orange in the I:! this city, has reached a depth of about the third and last He was strong from the

) history of the county, together with two hundred feet. Difficulties; have time Belle isle has been replatted, and) i| Smoke the Old Reliable )
at a cost:: of thousands of dollars I first. .
f a fine crop of pineapple oranges, i i" horn encountered and were anticipated many i'ii \ .

estimated for the coming season by : but taking all things; into consideration the former streets exceptinjr i I He is gaining ":
steadily
I ,prominent: Lee county growers who ; the boring has progressed; remarkably Bridge street have been taken up and \ "A. P. H. CIGAR;
new ones; laid down The ground.
Predict that within the space of a few ( well. The evidences of oil imprO\e-1
1 years this multiply the proceeds, and ments under way are on a
as boring
section will lead Florida i I ..
to and the United states, not only in the Mr. B. M. Cates, the promoter of the magnificent scale than ever before I]'! (A Pure Havana) HE WILL BE NOMINATED BY A BIG MAJORITY

t quality, but in the production of these I enterprise, confident: that a gusher contemplated. Instead:: of small lot? The Record is the Best Proof of his Service (;ict the truth

. favorite varieties.! will he found at a depth of I less than for the middle class, as provided by !i
I one thousand feet. the first platting, or larger lots for the Made by the about it.

tie ST. well-to-do as provided by the second

to f Wednesday AUGUSTINE of last week, Tue"daand boys for the ''I PERRY.-Zack Colson and ArthurJor.e only platting large the tracts latest for revision the wealthy.contains I STARKECIGARCO. I will appreciate the vote and active support of all Demo .

public school attended by troops of ( .:, two negroes convicted of the Each lot reaches from the water edgeto crats. PARK TRAM.MELL. -

} younger children, entered Tolomato I murder of J. W. Sheppard on the the oval street which circles the interior I GEO. L. MASSEY Prop. Paid Advert'sement;

cemetery n" on Cordova l street, remov- night of January 11, last, were hanged of island, making them deep y

the slabs from about a half-dozen I here in the county jail at 12:30 o'clock enough and wide enough to ac'om'lO- I STARKE :

: sides vaults, broke, openings' in the concrete Friday. Colson made a lengthy state date the buildings of those wl'oweworld's FLORIDA. .I.NNUNNNNI1NNNt t: )
of two and in at least inHance : l
one ment concerning his participation in goods are named in seven -- EDGAR'AtYESOpticiarv

: ransacked the bones of the dead the crime, which both confessed at the figures. The central portion of Belle The Qirinlm That Does Not Affect The Head J For prompt return and PRO- i Tested J
leaving them of its tonic and laxative effect. LAXATIVE tatufaclion ship FRUIT
ex'Posedard carrying trial and to the members Because .
appealed of
Isle which is
. belted by the oval roadway BRQMO QUININE is better than ordinary DUCE, CHICKENS and EGGS JACKSONVILLEFLA, .to
# away as souvenirs portions of the re- his race to live such lives as will en- is being developed as a high- Qinone atC does not cause: oervousne ncr :!
lIlalns This was done by well grown able them to avoid his experience. The I 1 class for the the residents ringing in head. Remembet the fun name and i : Zi! Broken sets Duplicated
: boys!, for it would take the combined displayed unsual and park use of look for the sign-ure of C. V. GROVE. 25c. Aiantic Produce Co. i Same Day &$ Recieved R
men of
courage the island. It will contain tennis
flail Orders Wf R R U&e
strength of JackioncilU, :: Florida Spccialiu on v
f lean two men to move these were apparently satisfied with their I'courts, walks, seats under pergolas, You jet all the important national, Z .1 140 W. rORSYTH IT '

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FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE FIVE IjL

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Hudson's Resume Of The' Gubernatorial .*J,:

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[ At the ChurchesBAPTIST. ] i.j .

Bits of LocalInformation '. Contest. ..jJ}.ji i .


t CHEEK-NEACS i i
There will be the regular morning ;

services at the Baptist church next }'

c.--htJ 0.. ,... ,.. a.jM.ja ... Sunday, but the evening service will TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF FLORIDA: 1
rrgNJJ Ira tkr C...." .4 T...... be given over to a service in which all ;
interestof COFFEES I RELY ON THIS VOTERS WHO
the: churches will unite in the
THINK FOR THEMSELVES.Mr. ,
rescue work. Miss Yerian will be
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the speaker. The meeting will be heldin Call's prochinw his election ,

J. T. Andrews., of Dukes, was in I PRIDES HIMSELF ON the Baptist church. ..Best By Every Test in advance because he counts all the : ( q

town Wednesday.J. RUNNING A CLEAN RACEDr. METHODIST. I II kt fishermen and all the members of certain f

I well known orgattaayions for him. i i"gym i
L: Peek was a business visitor to Next Sunday morning there will be r. w i

Jackson'ilIelonda '. I Middleton Issues Final Re- I no preaching services at the Methodist COFFINS CASKETSAnd It is a fact easily ascertainable ,
that not all the fishermen all the .
nor i
church. In the evening, at seven-
full line of
Miss Susie Darby has returned quest For Support of thirty, the congregations of the Methodist a ; members of these organizations are .

home from New Smyrna. i I I; Voters Next Tuesday. and Presbyterian churches will Undertakers' Supplies for Sir. Catts._ It i is apparent to all 1

unite at the Methodist church, Rev. Always on hand. The best service thinking men that neither of these
Hon. Perry G. Wall, of Tampa, is a II. G. benison occupying the pulpit.
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at the lowest prices. Special 1 two classes of voters will'permit themselves -
of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Marks. Hampton May 31, 1916.
guest I: To the Voters of Bradford County: ST. MARKS. attention to telegraph orders. l to be voted like so many sheep.

Mrs. M. W. Hogan, of Waldo, was a ; We are now in the last days of one I am not relying on any interest,
Next Embalmer
Sunday-
guest of Mrs. C. A. Marks Tuesday.Mr. i of the greatest political campaigns Sunday school, 9 a. m. Registered w class or organization. I RELY ON
i Bradford county has ever known. IwMi a VOTERS WHO THINK FOR THEM-
eucharist and 10
Holy sermon, a. m. DeWITT C. JONESSuc'sr
A. Register, of Mulberry, is a i to say to you that I have made SELVES. i
with Mrs. Sistrunk
Guild meets on
to G. C. Livingston & Co
guest ot his son, Mr. L. D. Regi.Nter. : a clean campaign from the very be-
Tuesday.If Mr. Catts proclaims his election .(:
ginning I haven't been guilty of Starke, Fla.
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Miss Jennie Lou Rivers, of Savan- "mud Minting" and I believe that ev- J t litical asset to some of my opponents.
wish fair and impartial administration -
nah, Ga., visiting friends in Starke. 1, cry political yarn told on me has made you vote a for Fred A. Scott --- --- Friends of Mr. Knott are insisting -
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me stronger. for Superintendent of Public Instruc- t t that he alone can beat Catts; and
Aileen Brown, of Beaufort, S. Neither have I to in other General InsuranceI "
men
Miss i gone tion. Paid Adv. w.;.. t .">tc friends of Mr. Farris are urging that
C, is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. A. !' counties and asked them to write letters 'V, .} he is the one man who can save the
in behalf of represent none but FIRST ;
to people can-
Z. Adkins. my my TO DOG OWNERS. nr. from Catts. To them Catts r .
| didacy. I have made a record and lived CLASS companies and will be t" r: country
I -11 ,. is Godsend. He makes them such
Mesdames A. S. Crews and T. J. i a life that I am proud of and my constantly on the alert to pro- '. a t
Griffin were visitors to Jacksonville friends know it. I could have written Owners of dogs are hereafter required mote your interests. Guarantee t a fine "boogie man." r tfI

Tuesday. letters in my own behalf and could to keep their dogs muzzled. courteous treatment to all pa. I, In advancing these arguments they concede to Mr. Catts a strength -

have gotten men all over the stateto Any dog found unmuzzled on the trons. A well written policy bya I have failed to find.

Joe Williams, a prominent farmer sign them, but it doesn't look good. streets of Starke will be killed. Thisis first-class agent in a first- I am not making a specialty of beating Catts. I PROPOSE TO BEAT

from near Providendce, was in town Now on next Tuesday if you give for the safety of the public. class sometimes means THEM ALL; BUT IF YOU WANT TO BEAT CATTS, VOTE FOR ME AND \
Saturday. ![ vote, will be giving it SILAS KITE, company
me your you much in case of loss by fire. YOU WILL MAKE NO MISTAKE. I
2t. Chief of Police.
who will it
I to a man appreciate a Mr. Farris relies on the great lead that he says is assured him in Jacksonville -
Miss Peek, of Daytona, is vis- who is friend, a man who I
May man
i i your H. C. RICHARD Starke
Watch Child's Cough. and Tampa, to give him the benefit of a handicap that can not be
iting her brother, Col. C. L. Peek and will look after your interests, a man J .
Celds, running of nose, continued overcome.I t:
his family. I who doesn't boast of his charity, anda
man who stands for God, home and irritation of the musous membrane if ",. ......... am not relying on Jacksonville or Tampa to take care of :He, though I "

Hollis Knight is visiting the familyof country. neglected may mean catarrh later. Do r.$45. shall get my share of the votes there; nor do I believe that the voters of Florida 4
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not take the eh.nces-do something
Mr. Archibald Hendry at their farm Truly yours, for child! Children will not take Sanitary Market are dependent on the lead of those places. t \
near Gainesville.Mrs. (Paid AdDR.. W. E. MIDDLETON.CARD your .i.t I RELY ON VOTERS WHO THINK FOR THEMSELVES. '
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every medicine, but they will take Dr. f W. R. Strickland/ I Iii I
King's New Discovery and without I have most encouraging reports from every quarter of the State, including I t
W. J. Griffin,' of Jacksonville, TO THE VOTTRS. i Fresh Meats Hams of the counties. from the highest of
I bribing and teasing. It's a sweet Sausage, some largest My support comes type
visit her sister
to ,
down Monday
came I pleasant tar syrup and so effective. citizens and THE MOST OF TIIE f. UMr.
and Fish.
Mrs. 0. J. Griffin. The duties of the county judge are laxative the i I
I Just enough to eliminate Knott-according to a statement published several months ago by

Rev. I.. W. Kickliter filled his regular -I such that he alone must attend to waste poisons. Almost the first dosr- I!: Highest Price Paid for Poultry his friend, ex-Gov. William Sherman Jennings, in a paper in Miami, my hometoll'n.appt'ars >
them and his in the office is r
presence help? Always prepared, no mixingor
at Baptist church : to base his first dependence on his "CLOSE ALLIANCE
appointment a This : and Eggs.
required almost constantly. accounts fussinjr. Just ask druggist
near Palatka Sunday. i your t 1. WITH THE POLITICAL SITUATION BY VIRTUE OF HIS OFFICIAL POSITION -
for me not making a more extended for Dr. King's New Discovery It
j One door east of C A. Dur- $ "HIS CLOSE TOUCH WITH TilE
canvas of the county. I have will safeguard your child against serious : AS COMPTROLLER" and upon

P. L. Gaskins, Esq., of Jacksonville, J I attended all the meetings arranged by ailments resulting from colds. (2) I ,.. Brig, Ninih' St., Starve. *. COUNTIES THROUGH HIS OFFICIAL POSITION." f
the of
spent Sunday in town as guest i| the county executive committee and in I This is merely a pleasing method, adopted by Mr. Knott's friend, for describing -
Mr. and :Mrs. H. C. Richard. II I this way have had the pleasure of t- ..N...,.....:N...t:....4 a political machine.
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The W. C. T. U. will meet Monday !i !seeing large number of the voters, .. COMER L. PEEK .S Whenever You Need a General Took'Ta3 But there are others to be reckoned with. Will the county officers and

afternoon at 3:30 at the Method i i I but there are some friend and sup- : ; Grove's others, hankers for example ho are "IN TOUCH" with the ComptroHtr'soffice t
i I porters that I have not had the opportunity Florida Real Estate Land and 1 The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless in such machine
church, Mrs.: Denison leader.Mr. permit themselves to become spokes a And if they
talk with. To
to see and chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
| these, and all voters of the county, I Timber Expert. General Tonic because it contains the lid, what would the voters say about it? ,
,
J. F. Canova, Sr., who is en I wish to say that I will appreciate your well known tonic propertiesof I'U I have never been defeated for office before the people; AND I HAVE '

gaged in business in Sanderson, spent support at the election next Tuesday, 33 years Experience at Starke. and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives NEVER HAD THE SUPPORT OF A POLITICAL MACHINE.
Sunday in Starke with his family. out :Malaria, Enriches the Blood and :
continue to
promising re-elected to Builds up the Whole System. '0 cents Therefore I am not appalled. \ \\
give painstaking care to my duties. Mr. Wood has not followed the itinerary; and I do not know how he is ,
The U. D. C. will meet next Wed
Yours truly, -- specializing but I would like to have his second choice votes.
nesday afternoon, June 7th, at 3:30 at i ; .
I GEO. A. GARDINER,
the residence of Mrs. W. L. Wall. I Candidate for County Judge. ., "" In fact I want all the second choice votes I can get, when I can not have 1 R ir

the first choice, because I expect this contest to be settled by second choice 'l
Mrs. U. G. Turner and sons, Gray I (Paid Adv.) $ $ votes. t4 t: v.5

and Dan, of Gainesville, are the ROBERTS TO VOTERS. Vote for me first choice, but be sure to cast your second choice vote for 4

guests of friends and relatives here. I Pure Ice the next best man. '

I $ $ Your second choice vote cannot possibly hurt first choice.
Mrs. W. H. Lowman and two children '' To the Democratic Voters of Lake your
, of Archer, were guests of Mrs. i Butler and Worthington Voting Precincts I HAVE ALWAYS RELIED AND STILL RELY ON THE VOTER WIIO I

DOES HIS OWN THINKING. F. M. HUDSON,
i' Lowman's sister, Mrs. Frank Colley, a" -
' few days last week. On the eve of the primary, I wish $ (Paid Adv.) Candidate for Governor. ,
I to state to the voters in the Commissioners 4 Our ice is made from water that has not been contaminated -

and Frances Colley returnedlast District No. 2, that I am
Ray ,
with boiler other matter
:compound or organic ,
kind words of
Thursday from a pleasant visit I grateful for the many I
with!: relatives and friends in Bronson, encouragement I have on every hand, w
I generally/ found in a steam boiler. rl
Archer and Williston.Mr. I endorsing: my candidacy for commissioner $ J. C. LUNINfi J iu
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I from this district. certainly

W. B. Mr. Jordan, :\11'.1 II appreciate the efforts of those friends $ Y .
Young, Compare the prices you are now paying for ice with the i1
and Mrs. Olin W. White and little who are working for my election and J
last Sun- those who have made up their minds : ii State Treasurer
daughter went to Hampton prices you paid before ue came to fou'n., $
day to attend the quarterly meetingof that I can fill the office with credit mk

the Methodist church. I and ability. Was appointed State Treasurer in .
I friends, that if I am to
promise you
'L 1912. Elected that Has servid -
Rev. W. G. Law's family joined him !: your choice on June 6th, I will use my Co-operative Ice Manufacturing Co., $ i 4 years and asks year.re-electtpn by
here last Monday, and are pleasantly I every effort and endeavor to main- '
situated at the Baptist pastorium. We tain the highest possible standard for / Sims Gardiner, Agent. T K.a his fellow Democrats.

are glad to welcome to our midst Mrs. Bradford county. Efficiency has been the Watchword
Law, Mr. Blanchard Law and Miss Now, fellow voters, if you place me Starve Florida
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with him. The affair of the officehave
Doris Law. in this office, I assure you that your $
every interest will be looked after > been handled with:.the strictest

Dr and Mrs. A. H. Freeman were in with promptness and efficiency. ""% 4%%%%"%%%"%"%"%"% business integrity J

Duval county Wednesday and had occasion Respectfully,
C. A. ROBERTS. -------- -- --- -- --
to travel over some of the I (Paid Adv.) I Will Apprl'tiate'ol.lr Vote.
newly built hard surfaced roads. The .
doctor was especially pleased with the I COMING JO A HEAD. For GovernorLEADING

excellent clay roads. I J. C. L UNINfi

Jacksonville, May 29, 1916.
Dr. E. T. returned last I
Campbell The campaign; for the nomination of

Friday from Atlantic City, N. J., I, a United States Senator will soon FIGHTS FOR I I Paid AdvutilWment. .c

Where he was a delegate to the Presbytery -1 i I close. A double canvass of the state -
of U. S. A. Dr. Campbell reports I, shows that Wall and Bryan cannot -

a fine session of the Presbytery !'! carry over seven of the 52 counties. LOWER TAXES _)O ()Ooc

and a most enjoyable time. i Thp race has narrowed down between
|I Gikhrist and Trammell. All those who I
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we acknowledge an invitation to at- vote for Bryan and Wall and who are ANDEVERGLADES I Prevent Accidental Loss I
tend the commencement exercises ofthe opposed to Trammell, should vote for I !
Florida State College; for Women I
at Tallahassee on June 7th. This will'!;seeand fl DRAINING ON J )

w> a very eclat affair, well worth going :I second primary i IPaid Adv.) M I To keep a consider?h2! amount; of money on hand
a long distance to witness.J. .

I I(' JUSTICE OF PEACE 6th DISTRICT, I II _:.::7.;_ "BACK TO BROWARD PLAN." I is bothersome. dangerous and altogether un

Sims Gardiner, of Gainesville, i Vote for J. Poppell. (Paid Adv.) z <= !
has returned to Siarke. to act as agent II necessary.: '
for an ice factory Gainesville. His NEW INDUSTRY FOR STARKE. ION L. FARRIS I

mother> Mrs. M. 'E. Gardiner and sister I The Quigley Lumber and Supply Co. Fearless Fighter for the Common Good. 1 X 1
Miss Hester Gardiner, have moved '' have added a sawmill to their machin- I 'I The convenient; ( anti sale i way oi meeting obligationsis ":
to the E. E. Canova place on Kingsley 'er '. The mill is driven by a 20-horse- I

lake for the summer. power kerosene engine and is able to SOLUTION FOR LOWER TAXES- t'. i by money HI the; bank and a check book! in
I I handle any size log to be had. This -

The work of digging the sewer I mill will supply sizes of lumber noti Drain the Everglades and place on the Tax Books $200,000,. the pocket.
trenches and laying the pipe is being k >pt in stock and will furnish a market -

Prosecuted with vigor Already East for logs to the farmers. 000.00.
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Madison, Nona> Laura and Mabelamts Our Officers invite those who aim for f efficiency in
have been completed and the i I II I Catarrh Cannot Be Cured Intelligent abolition of the fee system. Assess many million:s S

1fOrk is now on Orange street south of taxation. their finances to
o* : with LOCAL APPLICATIONS as they property now escaping the administration of personal ,
Madison. Frank Burnsed has been I'
cannot reach the grit of the disease.
?*M d as foreman under Engineer Catarrh is a local disease greatly Influenced ASSESS each class of property on same basis, which will reduce .. '
Freeman by constitution! conditions open a Checking Account in this Institution.

I take and in en order intrmal to iem cure'<3y it. Hairs you must Ca- the burden now borne by the farm and home owner.

tarrh Cure is taken internally and
Strofcj Withstand the Heat of acts thru the blood: on the mucous surfaces .4
t -mer Better Than the Weak of the vsirm Hall's Catarrh
***P oplc who are feeble,and youngere.ho Cure was pit'&miM' u> ono of the best REPORTS FROM ALL SECTIONS OF Bank of tare :
P pl physicians in this country for years. It
IIItlllbltd are weak,will be strengthened Is composed of snmof the Ixst tonics FLORIDA INDICATE HIS ELEC-
to through the depress known combined with some of the
: 4leett of summer by taking regularly best blood punflor Thp perfect combination TION BY AN OVERWHELMING
in Hall'sCatarrh
of the ingredients
t .TutelesSChi11Tonic. builds a I Cure is what produces such. Starve Florida 9jI .
tlirichu :-:
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i" the blood and up I wonderful results in catarrhal conditions I ,
1rhole system. 50c. Sen.l for testimonial. free.
J. CHENEY & CO.. Props.. Toledo. OI DON'T LOSE YOUR VOTE.Paid 4
Reid tie I i IF.All Druggists. 73e AdvrntMmeoI I
Telegraph-$1.60 yeart Hall's Family Fills! for constipation. ..terIy

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FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA. PAGE SEVEN 1 i
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EIGHTY-NINE YEARS YOUNG.In .

REFUGEES FROM CENTRAL MEXICO r.aX /f;

last week's issue of the Telegraphwe -l {

BRING THRILLING TALE TO BORDERSTORY Breeze mentioned had celebrated that Mrs.her 85th Elizabeth birth- It Is Now '

day the week before, and that she bore .

the: distinction of being the oldest ladyin r .
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Starke. p _c. 1 ;
GOES THAT FARMER IS DRIVEN INSANE BY THE Mrs. D. C. Chase, widow of the late ,/ Gon. ; ;

Capt. Chase, does not live in Starke L fienerally
KILLING OF WIFE AND CHILDREN AND IN REVENGE exactly, but so near the corporation i '

ROASTED AND ATE STOLEN MEXICAN BABIES. line that she considers herself a i
Starkeite. She could not brook the

idea of not being; the Nestor-or is it fcededthatA.D. ; Ky
LOS ANGELES, Cal./ May 31.-Thomas Hixley and John Nestoress?-of feminity here and has ..; i I' 'F

Parse, two men claiming Los Angeles as their home, have just returned registered a protest. Her claims to Ai J

from mining camp in the central part of Mexico bringingone supremacy consists in being 89',2
a ,
years old. She was born in November, -1\\ Andrews II h
of the strangest stories that has passed the censors since the 1826, and next November she will be :.. .

Uunited States troops first entered Mexico on their hunt for the 90 years of age. Every Sunday she
walks half mile hear Mr. Deni- .j
bandit Villa. They got the story, they assert, from a detachmentof a to eE.
son's discourses in the
Presbyterian
stationed the line of communication the townof our Next :\t
infantry on near church, and she is so spry that thereis Ibe

Namiquipa in Chihuahua.The no reason why she should not round

native peons there were not at all friendly to the soldiers, out the century, at least.
"Grandma" Chase has lived in Brad-

and their attitude could not be explained, as all the other Mexicans ford county for 33 years, is well P. T HAG A R D .'I State SenatorA. .1

that had been met along the line had been won over by the kindly known and liked by all who know her, Candidate For
and the wish; of all is that she may STATE COMPTROLLERin
treatment of the army men who bought their wares and paid themin continue to be the oldest woman here the Democratic Primary to be held D. ANDREWSI'aid 1

gold. There seemed to be something besides the invasion of for[ many years to come. June 6th, 1916. Has had four years Adiert.sement.: -
experience in the officeas f ,
Comptroller's
their country back of their feelings. Interpreters with the army State Bank Examiner. Is familiar

said they heard in the.muttered curses the names of "baby A real Superintendent is liberal with the duties of the office in all de- -
minded and unbiased. Vote for FredA. Your will be ,
partments.
support
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thieves" and "child killers, but could in no way connect it with Scott Paid Adv. preciated. \

of the Paid Advertisement
the coming army.It

was only a few days, however, before the problem was partly CATTLE DIPPING THE CAUSEOF + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ?? VOTE FOR r'

solved and a new mystery formed that may never be explained.A ROW GEORGIA.\ COUNTYTwo + LEGAL NOTICES *
ROYAL C. DUNN tt
small detachment of troops who had but with one bound he was up and at for Threatening + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
Farmers are Arrested
gone into the country to purchase pro- the men and would have probably killed MASTER'S SALE. FOR ;.i
visions for the camp came in with a them all had they not been armed. Federal Experts. Notice is hereby given that under and by
weird and strange that they had their hands virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure RAILROAD COMMISSIONER
tale they
so Naturally on made and rendered May 3rd. 1916, by .J.
were at l f rst laughted at, but investi- their guns from the first and they all MOULTRIE, Ga., May 27.-At a the judge of the circuit court, Bradford coun

gation later proved their story. They drew and fired at once, but some of mass meeting here today of over 1,000 i I tv.Ritch Florida, Sr.,, complainant in chancery and in favor against of N.J. G.T. --- j

were coming through a small pass be- the men felt the force of the powerfulfists I Colquitt county farmers, resolutionswere Ritch, J. H. Ritch, Amy Ritch, his wife, andA. I
tween two hills when they were stop- before the giant finally fell, lit- adopted denouncing the cattle Z. Adkins a etnutee, defendant, the nndenigned Now !serving second term .
will offer for Bale in front of the it I
ped by what appeared to be the cryingof erally riddled with the bullet from the tick eradication campaign in this coun- court home door in Starke. Florida, during k
a small child. Knowing that the heavy Colt revolvers. ty and calling upon the county com- the legal hours of tale on Monday, the 6th day as a member of the Railroad a
of Jane, 1916, the following described real
Mexicans were now openly accusingthem Investigations later showed that this missioners to stop it. Several speakers estate situated in Bradford county: Florida
of stealing their children and man had once been a prosperous far- said they had never permitted the to-wit: Commission.

that many of the small babies had mer and lived with his wife and small inspectors to dip their cattle, and Quarter The Southeast of See. 7, Tp.quarter 6, S. of R. 21 the East.Northwest

been kidnapped or stolen from peon baby in a peaceful valley. One day would die before submitting to any J. C. POPPELL, b
Qualified by experience.Familiar
ranchers, they decided to investigate. returning to his home from a distant such trampling on their rights." Statements A. S. CREWS, Special Master in Chancery I j

But have men as they all were, they.. field he found the house burned and I such as this were greeted with Solicitor for Complainant. 5-55 5; with detail :

could not have been prepared for the his wife and baby missing-the workof wild cheers.. NOTICE OF ELECTION.By S. every

sight that met their horrified gaze. marauding bandits of the Villistas County Commissioners and Federal the power vested in them by the school I of duties of the office
Climbing up the side of the canyon type. Friendly ranchers and neigh- inspectors who declined an invitationto laws of Florida the Board of Public Instruction -.
of Bradford hereby orders election
county
they cautiously approached a large boring Mexican families never heardof attend the meeting, were quoted assaying to be held at Little Springs school an house : --- a i
bowlder on a sort of ledge of rocks him after that time. But the hor- that the campaign would po on on the 27th day of May, 1916 for the pur-

from behind which the cries came. The rible ending seemed to indicate that in spite of the-reports of threats of pose daries of of Noting said district on the as extension follows,of te-wit the :boun-I The Railroad Commis- .

first one of the men to look aroundthe when he had discovered his great loss violence that had come to them. Commencing at NE corner of NW%
his brain snapped and from a 16, Tp 6 R 19 E thence south Y.I mile to cen. I
fell peaceful
of with
the rock back
edge a ,
ter of See. 15, thence E on H section: limit sion has accomplished dur- \
gasp. They all had opinions of whatit rancher he had turned demon. ,His Fifty Cows Dead of Poison. Mill branch, thence down branch to New River
might be that had been ravagingthe distorted brain had conceived the dia- SANDERSVILLE, Ga., May 27.- thence along river to the present sub dis- > #f
homes of those harmless people. bolical idea of revenging his loss by S. II. Sherard and II. A. Smith. Fed- trict.6-5'4t F. G. SCHELL Secretary. 4 ing his terms, which he favored .

Some thought of a giant ape roamingthe stealing and eating the babies of any eral inspectors in charge of the cattle

wild hills, others of a mighty Mexicans that happened to fall in his tick eradication campaign in this Notice it hereby MASTERS given SALE.that under and by and worked for:

puma or mountain lion. Some even way. Many little carcasses about his county, stated here today that their virtue of a certain final decree of foreclosure
accused the members of the bandit mountain cave told the sad story of investigation of the cause of the deathof made and rendered the 27th day of April A. Reduction of L. & N. Passenger rates from 4c to 8c per ijj
a
D. r.'lfi. by the judge of the Circuit Court of
Villa's band of doing the evil thing, the ravished homes.A fifty thoroughbred Jersey cows on the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida in mile.
but none was prepared for the real party was made up from the army the dairy farm of Jeff A. Irwin, near chancery, in favor of the Dutton Bank a corporation -
of complainant and against S. B. Denmark Reduction of State Express rates of $60,000 per ar.num. )
with number
who together
truth. camp a here, had proved that the cattle were as sheriff of Bradford County, Florida
There was a small fire burning on the Mexicans who had been stricken poisoned from eating feed that had accidentally and Ex-ofTicio administrator of the estate of Reduction of 25 per cent in rates on fertilizer material. j -
S. R. Estep deceased and M. B. Estep defendants -
the flat rocky ground and hunched over by this monster went up into the hills come in contact with an arsenical ; the undersigned will offer for salem Reduction of rates on lumber and fruits and vegetables
and buried the huge wild man with in the front of the court house door in Starke Jon
it, with his back partly turned to solution used dipping -I1
the bones of his victims. A little Bradford county Florida during the I legal F. E. C. Ry., of approximately $20,000 per annum.
the onlookers, was a huge white man, vats. The cows were valued at $10- hours of sale on Monday, the 5th day of June, \ :
erected at end Reduction of L. & N. rates ta all stations.
wooden cross was one freight
absolutely naked, burned by the hot 000. It had been previously; reported A. D. 1916. to the highest and best bidder for .
Mexican sun, and he was cooking over of the grave and all returned to their that dipping them in the solution to cash the following described lands situated in Reduction of rates on brick, lumber, crate material, wa-

the fire a small fat Mexican baby. homes and that camp had visited knowing their that homes the kill cattle tick had caused the death of 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.,
plague the animals. and Eight and Six in Block thirty-five in the
The men were too horrified at the had vanished and there would again; be survey of the town of Worthington Springs also on F. E. C. Ry., who are fighting enforcement of
sight to move, but some instinct told as recorded in the public records of Bradford
this huge creature that he was being peace and safety for the harmless that!! Two Arrests for Threats. county Florida, together with all and singularthe commission's order in Supreme Court. I
add
ranchers. It is needless to tenements hereditaments and appurten-
watched and he slowly turned a hairy the peons instantly showed their appreciation QUITMAN, Ga., May 27.-On requests antes to the fame belonging or in any wise Reduction of interstate fruit and vegetable rates of E _

and horrible! grinning face on the intruders of the great good done. Af- at a mass meeting here, county appertaining.EVERETT M. JOHNS. more than $200,000 per annum. i
and then the action started.It commissioners offered $500 reward for Special Matter.
difficult for the
te rtat it was army
the first arrest and conviction and $100 A. V. LONG & W. S. BROOME, Forced improvement of railroad tracks.
was unbelievable that such a huge boys to pay for anything that these Sol'Citors for Complainant. 5-5-Et
for each subsequent arrest and con- Forced construction of depots and establishment of
bulk of a man could move so rapidly, humble ranchers brought them. i
viction of the persons who recently MASTERS SALE.
in all section of the State.
agencies
dvnamited dipping vats here. Arden Notice is hereby given that under and by
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v virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure -
U.S.NOMSFRANCEANDENGLAND and Jeff Keel, two farmers, were arrested made and rendered May 2nd, 1916, by the Forced operation for better train service.

today, accused of threatening judge Florida of, in the chancery circuit in court favor Bradford of Louis county Papp, Now working for yower freight and express rates, and

Federal dipping inspectors.I complainant. and against Mrs. Annie R. Williams for better facilities for the public. j
A. R. Williams and O. B. Sweat, defendants -
INTERFERING WITH MAIL MUST STOPONLY the undersigned will offer for sale Endorse this record. He will appreciate your support.
am selling out my entire stock and in front of the court house door in Starke.
am going out of business. Now is the Florida during the legal hours of sale on Paid Advertisement:
time for bargains. M. Leviton. Monday the 5'h day of June. 1916, the following '
described real estate situated in Brad.
ford county Florida to-wit: The North half .
A RADICAL CHANGE IN THEIR PRESENT POLICY WILL No. 666 will cure Chills and Fever.It of the SW% of the NWU of See. 22, Tp.
6 i, S. R. 2C: East.
INTERESTS is the most speedy remedy we know.I E. M. JOHNS.
SATISFY PRESIDENT WILSON-COMMERCIAL Special Master in Chancery. -
A. S. CREWS.
t: INJURED AND RIGHTS VIOLATED. am closing out my business. Now Solicitor for Complainant. B-5-5t
is the time to get clothing and shoesat Sold by J. W. White & Son. Newell B. Hull. Fred A. Scott
cost. M. Leviton. J. C. Manning, L. D. Register, W. G. Brook.

WASHINGTON, 26 The United States in denouncingthe Notice of Application for Tax Deed Candidate ForSuperintendent a .

interference with neutral mails has notified Great Britain and Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888, ..
T Laws of Florida. of Public R RInstruction
France that which American
it can no longer tolerate the wrongs Hereby notice is given that H. J.

citizens have suffered through the "lawless practice" their gov- Stewart, purchaser of tax certificates

ernments have numbered respectively 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 17, 3
indulged in. Coldsshould 43, and 80, issued by the tax collectorfor "
Stands for Practical Educational Methods and
The note in Bradford Florida each of
asserts that only a radical change policy by restoring county, ,
the said certificates being dated the Business-like Administration of the Office.
\ a
the United neutral $
States to its full legal rights as a -
power be "nipped in the 4th day of August, A. D. 1913, has
will be satisfactory. In the text of the note, which was made bud", for H allowed to run filed the said certificates in my office ...

public tonight, the time when the change must be put into effectis unchecked, serious results and issue has made in accordance application with for law.tax deedto The

not specified, but President Wilson expects prompt action. may follow. Numerous aid certificates respectively embrace
The cases of consumption, pneumonia the following lands in Bradford county -
note sets forth that not only have American commercial V. KNOTT.sf. -
W. :
and other fatal diseases Florida, assessed at the date of
interests been injured but rights of property violated and the can be traced back to the issuance of such certificates in the FOR I I.4

rules of international law and custom palpably disregarded. Noticeis a cold. At the first sign of a names respectively hereinafter particularly -
forth to-wit
set : j
served that the United States will soon presss claims against the cold protect yourself by Certificate No. 1 embraces the NW GOVERNOR 1

British and French governments for losses which have already thoroughly cleansing your 1+ of NE>4 and N% of NWU? Sec. : ...J.
been system with a few doses of I 20, Tp. 4, S. R. 21 East, 120 acres, assessed I promise a Conservative and Constructive

sustained.The Unknown. Administration. .
practice of the British and French of seizing neutral mailand Certificate No. 2 embraces the N1- t"Bon. .
THEOFOBO'S of S\V'4, Sec. 21, Tp. 4, S. R. 21 W. V. Knott'i platform "Hon.W. V. Knott Is the strong i .
carrying them to British or French jurisdiction and there sub- East, SO acres, assessed Unknown. assures his triumph tn the guprnatorlal est man In the race for the Governorship -

mitting them to local censorship is called a "serious" abuse. Certificate No. 4 embraces SWU? of: Punta Gorda of Florida. He Is a
Herald.
BLACK- NWU and X4 of SWU, Sec. 14, Tp. hard-working, conscientious of- i
Fort 5 S. R. 18 East 120 assessed "W. V. bat tb ftclt.lPalt.tka Tlmas.Her.whole
Douamont, there are a dozen ravines acres, bunch beaten"'T Volusl
Submarine Trans-Atlantic Service go choked with the dead that - M. H. Nettles. County Record. aId.
NEW they form barrier Certificate No. 5 embraces the E'/z (Paid Advertisement)
of
YORK a ghastly :
May 28.From a corpses. of SEU, Sec. 15, Tp. 5, S. R. 18 East,
Source which Never in history has been DRAUGHTthe
fighting
ship news declare
reporters 80 acres, assessed M. H. Nettles. --- -- ----- -
has always been reliable, there i so ferocious or the losses so frightfulas Certificate 7 embraces NWU of

came today a remarkable announcement they have been during the past NE?;, Sec. 22, Tp. 5, S. R. 18 East,
that within a few days a giant week. old reliable vegetable 40 acres, assessed M. H. Nettles.
yerman submarine will arrive in New Resolved to capture Verdun at all iver powder. Certificate No. 17 embraces the WJ2 B. Z. MATTHEWS

York, inaugurating a passenger mail costs the crown prince has sent wave Mr. Chu. A. Ragland, o< of NWU, Sec. 25, Tp. 5, S. R.19 East,
and 80 acres, assessed Unknown.
freight of soldiers in forma-
wave mass
service between upon
and the Germany Madison Heights, Va. says: Certificate No. 43 embraces 4 A in Artesian Well Driller .
United tion into the French curtain of fire
States. "I have been using Thed- SW. corner of N% of Lot 4, Sec. 31,
The submarine is said to be 450 with a disregard for human life thatis ford's Black-Draught for TD. 5, S. R. 20 East, 4 acres, assessed .

feet long. it will carry mail ten pas- incomprehensible.Shell stomach troubles, Indigestion Mrs. C. A. Knight (Heirs). I have had twenty-four years experience in
eng> rS and fire so completely covers every Certificate No. 80 embraces the S4
fifty tons of chemicals
"a dyestuffs. The will inch of the ground it is impossible to and colds, and find It to of NEU Sec. 18, Tp. 6, S. R. 18 East, Nell drilling in Florida. --: .
Pay $5,00each\ for passengers remove the dead or wounded. be the very best medicine i 80 acres, assessed Wm. Perry. J,
the trip. used. It makes u old Unless said certificates shall be redeemed -
The During the night the French made ever
submarine is of five with will J 10 satisfactorily complete all'CONTRACTS J
law deed
-hith one some progress east of Cumieres while man feel like a young one. according: to tax guarantee
Germany win issue thereon the 26th of June' III
thwart day
attempt to on ,i .
the Germans foothold Insist Thedford's the
the British blockade. gained a in the os A. D. 1916. ;:t
French trenches north of Hudremont I original and genuine E-6I Witness my official signature and If! .
Forest. seal this the 25th dav of May A. D. Raiford :_: Florida ''
Ravines Choked With Dead. Other portions of the front are comparatively 1916. W. T. WEEKS. ,
PAS, May 25' (Seal) Clerk. \
-Along a twenty quiet except for the devas
mile R. A. WEEKS.
front from By
Avocourt Wood to tating shell fire. 5.26-5t. Deputy Clerk. :

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s' r-4 J IVork on the sewer system has started. As soon as the Work nears completion I InsIst. 1

:&*j will have in stock a complete line of Plumbing Supplies, such as Toilets, Bath Tubs, LayQ
On
tories and other accessories. (
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I will hate extra plumbers on the job just as soon as necessary and will be in position Screens

.m to do your work with an experienced plumber. .

, Do not let your plumbing contract until you figure with me. I .



: I DeWitt C Jones I Quigley Lumber & Supply Co.

;i i Hardware, Paints and Oils. Plumbing and Electric

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at no time be less than Three nor
'" 1 more than Seven. The directors shallbe Unofficial Primary Election Ballot 1916
. elected by the stockholders at each
Annual meeting, an all other officersI.f .
this corporation shall be elected an-
County News Items 1 tually! by the board of directors as Democratic Party
oon as may be after the annual meet-
7 of the stockholders. The annual
, r.reting of the stockholders shall be"f'ld --
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on the First Monday of Januaryof
; Interesting Facts Gathered During the Week by Our each year or at a time to be fixed Instructions : To vote for any candidate, For Railroad Commissioner.

I! Regular Correspondents iy the by-laws. Until the officers toe make a cross (X) in the square in the approYote for one first choice and one s 1
elected! at the first annual meeting
shall be elected and qualified the business priate column, 'according to your choice, at second choice:

; : of this corporation shall be con- the right of his name. Vote your first: choice S. A. Bryan. II

C OOe JC ,4 J Ir the office of the Secretary of State of Jutted 1:. R.by Thede the,following President.officers: in the first column ; vote your second choice '

0 ; Florida. 0. Thede, Vice President. in the second column. Royal C. Dunn.
R. R. THEDE,
' m LAKE BUTLER. 4* 0. THEDE, James T. Mocre, Secretary and If there is no second column at the right .

JAMES T. MOORE. Treasurer. of a name vote first choice only. Do B. J. Ford.
G OOOC. <$> $ <{> <$> \r.d the said R. R. Thede, 0. Thede, your
! Birthday Celebration. Proposed Charter Company.The of. Thede-Moore und James T. Moore Directors. not vote more than one choice for the same
I
: Article 6. candidate.
A. S. Wells.
i I' Last Wednesday was a gala day to undersigned hereby associate
! I be long remembered by many. As Mrs. themselves together for the purposeof The highest amount of indebtednessor I
! I H. K. Roberts and Ellsworth Harper forming a corporation under and by liability to which this corporationcan I .
' ; were fortunate enough to have the ,virtue of the State of Florida, with at any time subject itself shall be Q For State Senator.
charter he sum of Fifteen Thousand (?15- -
the following proposed : c:;
I! same birthday their relatives and I I Article! 1. 000.00)) Dollars. I. :g vote for one first choice; .
;' : friends gave them an outing at the The name of this corporation shallbe The names and residence of the subscribing 10 u -
i noted Richard mill branch near the I THEDE-MOORE COMPANY, and incorporators together with For Vice.President of the United 5 ] A. D. Andrews. '.
:- lower spring, where all could indulge its business shall be transacted and the amount subscribed for are as fol- States. ,,
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:, in bathing. Grandma Richard cooked !! conducted in the State of Florida, and lows: s.: tiT n E Middleton. j 51
": them a lovely cake, which was highly t i j i I other States of the United States of R. R. Thede, Lawtey, Florida, Twen- Vote for one first choice: I rIl ;
'-five shares.
I America wherever profitable, necessary -;
token of
appreciated as a remem- I : or convenient, the principal place I II 0. Thede, Lawtey, Florida, ten Elliott W. Major.
! brance, as well as the good taste of it. .I -f business shall be in the Town of -hares. -I For Member of Hotwe r+f Repre

A bountiful dinner was spread of everything -' Lawtey, Bradford county, Florida. I' James T. Moore, Lawtey, Florida, Thomas R. Marshall. sentatives. Group 1. !
that would tempt the taste Article 2. fifteen shares.R. I .
Vote for first choice and
of individuals that were having a The the one one
any general nature of business R. THEDE, I
picnic in the woods. Everybody appeared tr businesses to be transacted or con 0. THEDE, For United States Senator. _second choice. _:.
: to enjoy themselves immensely ducted by said corporation shall be to JAMES T. MOORE. McDonald.
D. F.
and the only regret they had was engage in a wholesale and retail mercantile State of Florida, Vote for one first choice and one
that Honorane and Ellsworth does not and commission business, and County of Bradford, SS. second choice:
to carry cn any trade or business incidental \V. G. Seals.
Public in
have birthdays oftener than once a Before me, a Notary and
thereto or connected there- for said County and State, personally Nathan P. Bryan. I
year. with, to buy, sell, mortgage, exchangefor
1 peared R. R. Thede, 0. Thede and II Joe Hill Wil1iams.
itself or as agents for others all James T. Moore, to me well known to Albert W. Gilchrist. I '
Mr. J. R. Ten-ell spent several days ,,, inds of-jeal or personal property, to oe the persons described in and who _, ,
borrow money for the use of the com"anv subscribed their the ,
of last week in Jacksonville with rel- names to forego-
atives and friends. .. and to issue notes or other secur- iiifr proposed Charter, and they severally Park Trammell. I For Member of House of Representatives.
ity therefor and to deal in mortgages,
acknowledged before that they
me Group 2.
Mrs. Brooks, who has been with us
totes, stocks bonds other
or negotiable -
the for the
for many months teaching music, has paper in connection with the busi- herein xecuted expressed.IN same. purposes Perry G. Wall. I i I Vote for one first choice:
gone over to Gainesville to spend a ';;;; of the corporation. WITNESS I have hereunto set ,
while with her son. Mrs. Brooks is Article 3. my hand and affixed my seal this the : A. S. Crews. :

a useful woman, especially in helping The capital stock of this corporationshall 1st day of May, A. D. 1916. For Member National Democratic ''' : I Ij
with church work, and will be missed be !five thousand ($5,000.00)) Dol- H. C. PEACE, Committee. E. L. Crosby.
very much. lars, to be divided into fifty shares of Notary Public. Vote for first choice I ;!
one :
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Dell and little the par value of One Hundred Dollars Commission expires the 20th day of

Ernest, Jr., spent Sunday in Jones- ; each, payment for said capital stock October, A. D. 1919. J. T. G. Crawford.Cromwell I For County Judge.
be received in cash in f-1 t
iiuy or proper- Seal 6-2-4t.
ulle with relatives.Mrs. ( )
I :y, real or personal, at a fair and just I I Vote for one first choice:
I. S. Maines returned to her '1 nation therefor, to be fixed by the I Gibbons.For I -
f I home in sanford this week, after +iSixird of Directors of this Corporation. The Aches of Housekeeping. I T. J. Dekle.
spending several days with her sister- The pain and soreness cau.-cd! by 1 I I
! in-law, Mrs. J, l':. )Iaine I .\Article. !bruises, overexertion and training I Governor. Geo. A. Gardiner. j
Mr. Floyd Coleman, who has Leen The term for which aid Corpora- during house cleaning time are soothed ,"
Vote for first -
attending school in Ocala, returned lion shall exist shall be Ninety-Nine away by Sloan's Liniment. Noneed I one choice and one

f home last Thursday. I "tal'.:. I to i.Ti'r this agony. Just apply -I second choice: For Sheriff. .

J. E. and lIallalllt'3: are visiting Article ;3. Sloan's Liniment to the tore spot, I Sidney J. Catts.
I Vote for one first choice:
I 1 relatives in Sanford this wotk. The business of this corporation I rub or.ly a HUe In a short time the i iii-' -_ _
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Mrs. Florence! O'Hara{ and l.aby, I hail;! l he conducted by the following of- I pain leaves you, you rest comfortably I Ion L. Karris. S. B. Denmark.
who have been ;pending several weeks ficr-s: : A President, Secretary and and enjoy a lefro-hipg sleep. One -/-
I, with her parents here, returned to }her Tn-.aurer, and a board of three dinc01. I grateful user writes: "Sloan's Liniment _. W. J. ,
the office of Secretary and Treasurer F. M. II Epperson.
j t home in West Palm Beach Monday.! K worth! its weight in gold." 1--1
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may be held by one and the Fame I ud.on'l I
i She was accompanied by her sister frson, said board of directors may be Keep a bottle! on hand use it againstall _
I Miss Eva Swaverly, who will spend 'hanged from time to time by an I -oreness. neuralgia and bruises. W .V. Knott. I For Clerk Circuit Court.
j part of the summer with hor. amendment to lht I, '-b'ihut, l shall Kills pain. !.">c at your druggist (2)) -
Vote for first choice
I 1 Quite a number of the Luke Duller! ... -....-.-. 1''. A. Wood. i one : ___ _, :
people attended the picnics at Long H. e. Hichard.
Bridge Friday and RaifurJ Saturday.Mr. : _I
Platform The Schools for the Benefitof
and Mrs. Sternberg, of Starke, : For Secretary of State. \V. T. Weeks. I .
were visitors of Mr. and :Mrs. Fein- [ I
Vote for one first choice: 1-
herg Sunday.

Mr Joe An I'w, of Starke, was I the Children.SOME H. Clay Crawford \ For Superintendent of Public Instruction -
a visitor in cur -ity Sum'aj.Fv.ybody : .
.
r come to the "Old ]Da "Y Adrian P. Jordan. /
I 1fom(:>t'ad'; play Friday night, June Vote for one first choice and one
I 2td.. given for th l*.nefit of the Lake FACTS AND QUESTIONS ABOUT THE MOST IMPORTANT I,- second choice.

I Butler band. OFFICE IN THE GIFT OF THE PEOPLE-YOrn For Comptroller. ----- --
O. L. Mizel1.
Misses j Ruth Page and Inez Marke '
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I II COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. Vote for one first choice -
were visitor to Palatka this i w<'{'k. II and one
I second choice: E. R. Poppell.

I SHERIFF'S SALE. I Does not the office! require much higher qualifications of education Ernest Amos. 1_

Notice is hereby given that I, S. B. j experience and competency than any other office to be voted I I ii F. G. Schell. I
Denmark sheriff of Bradford county I
? A. J.
Angle.
State of Florida, under and by virtueof upon II Fred A. Scott. I
that certain writ of execution i Do county certificates, of which the first grade is the highest, -
sued out of and under the seal of is-j I e. P, Gw'nn. !-
Circuit Court of Duval county, Florida qualify a person to even teach a .Junior High School ? It does not, I

against Cornelius Young and in because you are not examined in any of the thirteen branches to For County Assessor of Taxes
favor of the S, B. Hubbard HardwareCo. E. P. Thagard. $I Vote for first choice
., a corporation, on and dated the he taught in the .Junior or Senior High Schools above the ninth ;- one ---: -' _
Jnd day of April li>15, will offer for jrrade. A state (certificate which covers these branches is jut J. C. Byrd.

. sale and will sell to the highest bidder as! low a mark of competency as i is allowed to teach these branches.Can For State Treasurer. -
therefor for
cash at the court house;
door! in the Town of Starke, Bradford any man superintend, overlook, know and correct thingshe Vote for one first choice: N. D. Wainwright. _I

county Florida, on :Monday, July 3rd. doesn't understand? Can build J. S. Griner. -
man protect and
I IJilfi\ ( the same being a legal sales day any up get remits I
of said court, during the legal hoursof and benefits to the four thousand school children of Bradford i- For Tax Collector.

estate sale,situated the following in Bradford described county.real county who is not thoroughly educated, fully competent, reliable, J. C. Luning. j f Vote for one first choice and one

Florida to-wit: N : of NE 4. and S and a tireless worker? It never has been done in the State or any second choice.

WU of NE'4, and SVi of NEU' of N county in the State. For Superintendent of Public B. M. Dowling. "
WU less 2 acres in SE corner: of section -
20: all in township 7 south, of Compare the growth of education in the county of the last Instruction.

more range or 22 less.east, containing 1SR acres, four years with the growth of twelve years before that time. Any Vote for one first choice: G. W. Hazen.

I S. B. DENMARK fair-minded citizen of Bradford can give the answer. How do the I. L. Kelle\- I
Sheriff: Bradford County Pla t J. Vernon Jones.The .
2-6-5t. Bradford county schools rank now? You may rest assured it has 1-
taken these of gigantic work to 1V. X. Sheats.
-- years get this growth as well as I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY ,- 1
being competent.If
FOR LETTERS PATENT. name of d.IsmG' 'et
a competent man were to succeed me how long would it take For Justice of the Supreme Court
is
hereby
Notice given that the undersigned ]
will apply to the Honorable him to get hold of and understand this Big and Important Work? Candidates will be printed I

Park Trammell, Governor of the Stateof If you can give me your support and influence, I will Vote for one first choice : (
consider and
Florida, on the 1st daof July, A. l
T>. 1916. for letters patent, incorporate appreciate it as a great trust. Jefferson B. Browne. I on the ballots for the respective
THEDE-MOORE
COMPANY
... under the following proposed cha:t'r,, Respectfully, Robert S. Cockrell. i '
I the original of which is now on file in (Paid Advertisement.) F. G. SCHELL. I districts.
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