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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 9, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME 38. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1916. NUMBER 49. ; +

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ELECTION DAY I I THE SEWER WORK RECORD BREAKING VOTE WAS CAST THE -ELECTION J,


Ideal Soil and Fair Weather Voters Were Out En

PASSES QUIETLYOFF Propitious to Work. AT PRIMARY ELECTION TUESDAYNEARLY Quiet Reigned.The !


AT LAWTEY% The sewerage-work is progressingwith primary election : _

much vigor. Since our last writing 2,000 REGISTERED I brought more voters to
Orange street from the foot to \\l S. Cockrell ----______________408
Lafayette, Lafayette, Walnut from THEIR CHOICE OF OFFICERS''!' for Railroad Commissioner.S. any came previous early and election.other The

that: street to Madison, then west A. Bryan ________948R.
on ----------- during the entire Ja '.
TRAMMELL CHOICE FOR Madison as far as Col. Peek's resi- With Exception of Denmark and I C. Dunn _______________....296 bile is a new factor,
SENATE CATTS GOVERNOR dence, South street from Walnut to B. J. Ford _____________________ 61 vious elections t
and the
Thompson, up the latter street nearly Schell All County Officials A. S. Wells ---___--__--_____--_267 saw to it that lukewarm t
Madison: have been piped. Thursday Were Re. ominated. The foregoing does not include the those I'
living in the
J. S. Griner, Leads Luning for State the work was on Orange street between second choice vote for any of the state district were brought to : (
Treasurer-S. A. Bryan Receives Lafayette and :Madison.: I candidates, but the second choice vote
Some late
The heaviest vote in the of arrivals here, ,
Starke is history ] }in case was small.
Majority Vote. an ideal place for trench I every know the law-abiding
the county was polled Tuesday at the The Result in the
work, as the soil is so stable. Clay County. citizens
apprehended :
has been struck at a uniform depth of Democratic primary election. There I The result in the county is marked the polls, but there was :
The primary election which was heldat from 3 to 4 feet below the surface and were several very spirited contests for by some close contests as well as by much as at auction of J'
Lawtey Tuesday passed very quietly nearer in places. The clay is dry and county offices and a good deal of inter ( several surprisingly large majorities. goods. The voters an
although: much enthusiasm was ]hard and the soil above it cohesive est was manifested in national and I The figures show that nearly all of the tions of the day in all :
manifested on all sides by the friendsof enough to stand up although the walls state contests. voters recorded their choice on all of the gentlemanly : t
the different candidates, who worked of the trenches are vertical. On Lafayette For United States Senator Governor the offices. The highest number of questionable means for "

with untiring efforts until the poll street a part of the trench was Trammell swept the county, winninga i votes cast for any single office was Two or three times hot "
were closed.From over 7 feet deep, but there was no big majority over his three oppon- I cast for tax collector. The three aspirants jut the friends of the
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the beginning it was plainlyto caving. ents. In the gubernational contest for this office received a total ties cooled them i
down.
be seen from the remarks by the Each length of pipe is inspected and Sidney J. Catts carried the county bya I[ of 1921 votes. The sheriff's office The inspectors and
voters on all sides that Park Tram- only the faultless ones used. Theyare clear majority over four opponents. came next with 1862. work until Wednesday I
:
mell was the choice for U. S. Senator being accurately laid on smooth, Clay Crawford got a big majority for The official canvass of the returnswas all the ballots were read and Sydney J. Catts was the choice hard clay bottom, with good joints,, secretary of state. Ernest Amos received made Thursday and shows the tabulated, but found no i I
for governor. and every precaution is taken to havea a plurality for comptroller; J. nomination of the following named officers making the canvass. 1 yRFpUBLICANSANDPROGRESSIVF \
Trammell had a plurality over the I clean channel. On account of the L. Kelley was given a majority over I : The returns from the I q
other candidates of 112 first choice low elevation of some of the ambove W. N. Sheats for superintendent, and State Senator-A. D. Andrews. tricts came to Starke : ,

votes. Catts a plurality of 90 over the outlets, the slopes of the< Jefferson B. Browne received a large Representatives-A. S. Crews, W. day and the result of the \.
the other four candidates, and it seemsto pipe lines are necessarily gentle, but majority for supreme court justice. G. Seals. be found elsewhere in the
be the wish of the majority in this flush tanks will be provided for removing J. S. Griner for state treasurer andS. County Judge-Geo. A. Gardiner. .1 !

district that the two above named sludge too thick to flow without A. Bryan for railroad commissioner Sheriff-W. J. Epperson. V. E. Sapp, of New
will receive a majority over the entire such help. both residents of the county, were Clerk of the Circuit Court-W. T. sale hog cholera medicine I"

state.J. The mere laying of the pipe will 1 given handsome majorities.For Weeks. will sell at $1 per quart
S. Griner for state treasurer, also probably be completed before the national and state offices the School Superintendent-E. R. Pop- three months. Try it. f
seems to be the favorite. He received rainy season sets in in earnest. From total vote of the county was as follows pell.Tax i ,

143 and Luning 18. We have not the 30 to 40 men are kept at work daily : Assessor-N. D. Wainwright.Tax Mr. Bruce Davis, of ,
time or space to enumerate every can under ample supervision. For Vice President. Collector-B. M. Dowling. of relatives here .
Elliott W. _______________ guest
didate, but will mention S. A. Bryan, Major 268 Members[ School Board-J. C. Mc

of Starke, who received 109 votes, a TELEGRAPH'S HONOR ROLL Thomas R. Marshall __-________-740 Rae, J. E. Douglass, T. B. Pinholster. CUPID BUSY 1
plurality of 56 over the three oppon For United States Senator. County Commissioners-J. J. Black-

ents. N. B. Bryan ___--_--_______--__ 193 I welder, R. J. Andrews, S. T. Dowling, t
In regard to county candidates we The Following Paid Subscription During A. W. Gilchrist ________________ 177 J. L. Underhill, H. D. May. Three Marriages Occur

will say that they were all good, com I Month of May. Park Trammell ___ ________.____1295 Justices of the Peace were nominated Last Few Days.Saturday o'clock.'f
I G. Wall _____ ______
64
. petent men, and as some had to be de Perry uu as follows: District No.6, J. C.
feated we must be satisfied with the Hattie For Member National Dem. Com. Poppell; District No.9, W. T. Rea'es.Constables afternoon, ::: i
choice of the majority, and be readyto N. A. Strong E. J. Lewis J. T. G. Crawford ______________692 were: nominated as follows Carroll Gleason and Miss .'
Patterson
lend 'a helping hand when neededto J. W. Killian C.Young J. Knight Trading C o Cromwell Gibbons ______________463 : District No.1, J. H. Lowery; were made man and wife j ,
all the successful ones. C. For Governor. district No. 6, Jacob J. Johns. W. Sweat, at his office in ,
We must say that while the excite 0. J.L. Carter W. J. Griffin Sidney-. Catts -_______________919 A tabulated statement of the vote is fc son of Mr.
ment is over for another two years, at D. W.Griffin Moore: R. L. Black I. L. Farris _____h_____________ 92 for county officers is published else groom who lives east of Starke
least, what are we going to do without L. A. F. M. Crews F. M. Hudson _____-.___________. 54 where in the Telegraph today. is the popular daughter
the daily visit to Lawtey of the R. S. Duncan R. H. Futch W. V. Knott ____________________636 Mrs. S. A. Carter of I 1 ;
candidates It will be lonesome fora Griffis D. W. Manning F. A. Wood _____________________ 55 i -
S.T. Starling G. W. Hinson HERBERT ALVAREZ DEAD.Just church, southeast of j
while at least. For Secretary of State.
,
E. L. Wilson few witnesses
L. W. Kickliter H. Clay Crawford ______________872 were 1 t '
II. D. Randall W. U. HammonsJ. A. P. Jordan -______________-___.493; as we go to press Thursday ceremony.Mr. t '
Friday a Big Day.Wltad A. Abbott 0. F. Tomlinson For Comptroller. evening the sad news reaches us that J. Sims Gardiner I
some barbecue here last Fri E. L. Prescott W. F. Bailey Herbert Alvarez, a well known and King were quietly! i
Ernest Amos ________ 497
day, and I believe it is safe to say J. R. Townsend F. T. Norman ---------- much liked young man, is dead. The ville Sunday morning,
A. J. Angle _____________246 1 I I
------- ReO'Kell The
that it the largest gathering of P. S. Denmark J. F. Drew deceased of the late Al- )
was W. C. B. Gwynn __________________.420 a son Scott active business ;,
people that Lawtey has ever entertained E. Griffis Mrs. J. II. Moore varez, was a victim of tuberculosis, young man \
E. I Thagard ________132
---------- and liked here where he
4 at one time before. Of course A.1'. Varnes C. 0. Carroll and for the last five or six months he ,
we expected a full crop of county can C. A. Rowand T. T. Blackburn For State Treasurer. had been confined to his room at his and the bride is a popular .I I I
. I. didates (and they were here) but S.J. Norman Simon Hankinson J. S. Griner -__________________1453 grandmother's, Mrs. Levy Alvarez of Gainesville. They .'
: where all the other people came from E. W. Hayes lf. J. Rhame J. C. Luning ____, __-___________ 227 We will give a more complete obituary Kingsley lake for the (
: we haven't taken the time to figure. W. R. Strickland Geo. A. GardinerA. For State Superintendent. notice in our next Gardiner being engaged in

And a more orderly crowd could not J. 0. Turner McKinney .T. L. Kelley ------------------__971 Starke.
: be found anywhere: and everyone appeared J. W. Edwards Lorenzo Green W. N. Sheats --____n_ __-______f,(\.2ror The school board proceedings were Mr. V. F. Mai.ning: and : i
to be bent on one idea, and J. I?. Parmcnter V. R. Prevatt !Supreme" Court Justice. not turned in in time for this issue, Ililliard were married at }

, that was to make the day one of enjoyment. A. L. Roberts J. E. Norman Jefferson B. Browne ___ __ h ___ 834 but will be printed next week. the bride's mother, :Mrs. I
Mrs. J. .J. Johns Hardy Keen liar l on South Cherry (

We cannot go into every detail of W.II. Johnson S. W. Dreisback day evening, June 7th, I :
I this day, but we will say that the Sam Ilallinger Elbcrt Griffis :Ma1-hurs| performing I
speeches of every candidate were not Williams Bros J. W. Green; PROGRESSIVE CONVENTION OPENED I II in the presence of a A
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characterized to provoke any ill will I:. U. I'armcnter C. A. Brin.-on tives and friends. The i C
from their opponents, but were all of II.1! A. HowardS. H. F. Parmenter of :Mr. and :Mrs. J. C. :\ :

-- J. S. Griffis: WITH{ RECORD B REAKIiNG DEMONSTRATION ? i known and respected, and i i
(Continued on Page 8.) Foster Glover J. F. Crosby I I II popular among a : :
(). L. Thomas B. C. Scarborough friend I

:Mrs. (). A. Griffis: J. Q. Waters : I The Telegraph joins ; ,
FOR
TEDDY IN
,FRANK ANDREWS ,J. L. Brown Mrs. A. E. Young I CHICAGOwould I friends of the newly ('(
G. W. Lee A. B. Radney in wishing them long life I
11. E. FortncrK. T. J. Durden ness. I

MUST SERVEHIS Johnson A. I.. Jackson CIIICAGO, June 7.-The Progressive get through the day without a I I
0. T. Nelson Jesse Reddish convention opened today in the nomination, but they appeared doubt- TAMPA.: -Francis B. :\ I :
:\11'.1'. E.Johns S. W. Wilson auditorium with a record-breaking ful as to how long they could control fort .-three, an '
TERM I R. Martin Carter Newsom demonstration for Roosevelt. For one the delegates. shot himself:: on the grave j 'i
IN PRISON T. L. Wainwright C. L. :Moitt hour and thirty-three minutes delegates at Woodlawn cemetary : I i i

Miss Lucile Salter W. M. Reddish roared, shouted and applauded, clock this afternoon. I
A. L. Green; C. S. Durling sang Progressive hymns., paraded thelies CHICAGO. June Preparedness been dead ele'en'ears.. :: I
SUPREME II. Freeman D. Woodard : and howled down all attemptsto in "spirit, arms and industry' is the ed to the Gordon; Keller i 4
COURT UPHOLDS C. A. Crooking Hill Adams check them. The demonstration exceeded dominant theme of the Progressive the police ambulance, '
VERDICT OF LOWER COURT J. B. F1or-rid J. C. McRae the previous record for such party which platform, the tentative draft of found that the ball had ...
lIal'llWilliams' S. Morgan affairs of one hour and twentyninemiuutes was completed tonight for presentation his head. lIe died at 2:30: ( )
11'as L. Dowling A. G. Dyal which was established; in the to the convention tomorrow.It ...
I;-1 Sentenced to One Year in State Mrs. R. M. Prevatt Jeff Surtain Democratic convention in Denver in breaks all records for brevity and -- -

Prison and Pay a Fine of $200, C. T. Silcox I. J. Reddish 11108! in behalf of Bryan. consists of a broad statement of what

\ Or One \. in County Jail. :Mrs. F. A. Bryan S. A. Carter Temporary Chairman Robins had the country needs rather than an array :
IJ : C. R. Neal N. D. Wynn spoken just three sentences when he of separate planks.
U X. T. King J. T. Andrews mentioned Roosevelt as the "foremost The platform declares for a navy j
\ A decision from the state supreme C. II. Thompson Dan Sasser citizen of the world.:' The responsewas second in size and an army of two SHOW INDICATIONS OF UNITY,
court hundred and fifty thousand and universal
arri\ed Thursday, stating that Wash Roberson Amanda Gagaham instantaneous. "We want Teddy," a -
I the sentence of F. N. Andrews by the J. S. Andrews roared the delegates, and in the dem- opportunity for military training -
Bradford county circuit court was af- Mrs. C. M. McCormickMrs. onstration banners were torn from under federal supervision. "Full
firmed.As A. F. Brockmeyer their stanchions and delegates flowedon political suffrage" is endorsed and a HALF DOZEN NAMES SUGGESTED I and say he may be nominated on the ,
perman"nt expert tariff commission, a first ballot.
our readers the platform and
know, Andrews wrung Victor
charged with embezzling county funds was, COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS. Murdock's hand until his collar wilt- high protective tariff, regulation of BUT TURNED DOWN.If f Frank Hitchcock Hughes' manager i
and the trial terminated at the spring ed. industries, conservation and develop- I ,said that Justice Hughes would get

-j term of court this year May 10th. The Chairman Robins made several attempts ment ofnational resource are advo- Florida Delegation Has Decided to.; about three hundred on the first bal-
jury found Andrews guilty of embezzhng Owing to the rush of work in the to quell the demonstration, but cated in the platform, which says the Vote for Hughes Until End- lot, and that Hughes' strength \\1)111&grow
$290 county funds. Other defalcations county clerk's office ii has been impos- after a few raps of the gavel he gaveit present situation makes an issue of I rapidly after the first ballot.:!
were covered by the indictment isle to get the minutes of the commissioners up. The demonstration then spreadto men rather than words, and says the Hughes Gaining Strength. Florida decided during the day to cast: i ia
but the checks for this amount i meeting Monday shapefor the gallery. The Michigan delegation "Progressives will meet! any party I solid vote for Hughes an-I to stay 1
the were the ones upon which there was publication, but we give a few demanded an outdoor demonstra.- which sees the nation's needs and puts" CHICAGO, Ju--;;: The Republicanand with him until the end.
most direct testimony, and the items and the full minutes will appearin tion. "Tedd is not afraid of rain" forward a leader fit to meet them. Progressive conventions assemble I If the ballot could be takt'n tonight .

jury based their verdict on the trans- our next issue. they cried, and many of the delegates tomorrow without any indication that ( several political managers indicated it
IdioM NO DECISION YET.
: | about which there seemed no The following bills were refused poured out of the auditorium in the the leaders have found common would be about as follows: Hughes
room
011 the to doubt the defendant's guilt. payment: For screen doors for county downpour chanting "Teddy, you're a To the High School students who ground on which they hoped to establish 262: Weeks 160, Roosevelt 98, Cum .
morning of May 11th Andrews jail, and for balance of burial expense bear." unity. In the three days of conference mins .Fairbanks 80, Bvrton: 70,
"Jefferson Davis" the
Was term sentenced of by Judge Wills to a of Jack Braden, pauper $7.50. The proposal to have the police v Historian rote essays of on W. T. Weeks Chapter, half a dozen names have been Sherman 58, Knox 51 and Ju ,'ollette '
one year in the state peniten. Mrs. P. Parmenter placed on pauper 28. :
the demonstration acceptable to the Republicans
quell proposed
as
turf was abandoned
and would: say that a committee of three ; f
.. to pay a fine of $200, or roll at $3 per month. as too dangerous, and the leaders judges disagreed in their decisionsand but they have all been rejectedby The Republicans were urgH 1 by the 4:
ruse? year in the county jail at Petition for public road near Providence the who have Progressives to hurry their iiomina- .
Progressives, proposed
j, of his said "Let them yell; it will be easierto it was necessary to enlarge the
penitentiary sentence. posted. that tion to disclose their candidate, if they '
Andrews delay action on nomination." When committee, and the essays are now in practically no name except
through his Notary public bonds of E. M. Hazen wish the Roosevelt fend they
: counsel, ap- Robins of the last ofo Roosevelt. support
:j Pelted to finally resumed his speech he the hands judges.
and J. E. Wilson
,Uot able the supreme court. He was approved. promised the leaders not to mention Whe i the decision is reached, each Everything tonight indicated that were given notice today by Senator
teI".:; to procure bond, but has been State pension claim of Mrs. Lydia Roosevelt's name again. He promisedthe contestant will be notified when the the two parties are far apart, and Smoot that they could expert no Republican -
jj w the county jail. Sheriff Johns approved.By lack of cohesive leadership and enthusiasm nomination before Friday. 9!
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-ii ; nnlRk delegates that there would be no prize will be awarded.As .
wired the recruiting officer order of the board the seems apparent in the Republican Senator Penrose said that the Repub-
t employment
v the State unnecessary delay in the nominationand there was no June 3rd observance
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,. P :'lid get Farm Thursday to cone of a county attorney by the the convention adjourned, the the essay will be read at a meeting of camp. Hughes leaders are lican nominations for President would d=
Andrews. their early predictions'not be made before Saturday. '
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRID\Y, JUNE 9, iMt |

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j I, GERMAN SQUADRON VICTOR IN BATTLE WITH THE brilliant U-9. The feats navy in, however regions ,far performed distant JOHNSTOWN-SCHOOL

Lacks
from Europe, its most notable victory Interesting Program Marked Closeof i Good are
,
II o
being in the battle off Coronel, Chile, Spring Term. I

ENGLISHFLEETINNORTHSEAON LAST WEDNESDAY early in the war, when the German with

i Far Eastern squadron, attempting to
I'!' reach home waters, encountered a The spring term of Mr. Brasch's select '
school Johnstown closed the
I J 1 place off the coast of Jutland. The British the fleet battle, under the Admiral Germans Craddock.sent the 26th of May at, with a perfect success.on MagnoliaBalm

{ rj BRITAIN ADMITS LOSS OF SIX CRUISERS AND EIGHT DE- British ships on which the brunt of the British In cruisers Good and Mam- The selections consisting of Recitations -

1:., ; STROYERS-GERMANS LOSE THREE WARSHIPS AND fighting fell were the battle cruisersand mouth to the bottom Hope with, all hands.A Songs and Drills, were well .
some cruisers and light cruiserss, rendered by his pupils. The school
( SEVERAL TORPEDO BOATS-GREATEST NAVAL ENGAGEMENT month later a powerful British
I.II supported by four fast battleships. the Germans off the children marched from the school Look as good ar city
met your
IN HISTORY FOUGHT ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON squadron couiinj. No
Among these the losses were heavy.
Falkland islands and of the five Ger- room to the grounds. A handsome matter if you do Tan or Freckle Maf1talj
AND NIGHT OFF COAST OF JUTLAND The German battle fleet, aided by low cruisers in the squadron four- banner was prepared by Mrs. Bra sch Balm will surely clear your skin in ,
i. man
j visibility avoided a prolonged action the for the occasion, and at the close it Heals Sunburn, too. Just put a little _' .
the Sharnhoret the Gneisnau
with main forces. As face and rub it off .
our soon as they your again
to Mr. Tomlinson for
: Many Battleships and Armored Xurenburg and the Leipzigweresent was presented Simple and before
sure please.
appeared on the scene the returned Jto _
the only survivors from that ship. enemy his faithful labor and active part that )
Ii the bottom. The fifth the to-day and begiij the
to
improvement .S
Cruisers Belonging to Both ) On the German side the small cruiser to port, though not before receiving Dresden, escaped but was caught laterat he had taken in these doings. Mr. once. White Pu.'k and Rose-Red CoW u

: i Fleets Sunk, Including the Wiesbaden was sunk by gunfire and severe damage from our bat Juan Fernandez and! destroyed. Brasch opened the program with devotional 75 cents at Druggists or by mail ,cirC4.:!
the Pommern was sent to the bottomby tleships. exercises, after which a lovely
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Queen The German battle cruiser Derfflinger
Mary Indefatigable -
"The battle cruisers Queen Mary, SAMPLE
a torpedo. The fate of the Frauen- dinner was served for which the teacher FREE. A
and Lutzow of which the
; Black Prince and Invincible lob is not known and torpedo Indefatigable and Invincible and the one
; some and children expressing their most
i British officially announced tonightwas I LYON MFC.CO..4(1 So.5th BrookIn.N.t
cruisers Defense and Black Prince
boats did not return. The German I
thanks due
heartfelt to Mrs. Tomlinson -
blown vessels of the
are
same
up
sunk. The Warrior disabled!
Germany apparently was the victorin high sea fleet, the statement adds, re- were was class. Each ship displaces 2fiGOO Mrs. Kite and others. -- -
turned to June 1. and after being,: towed for some time ---
what may prove the greatest naval <, port had be abandoned her tons, is (!89! feet long, 93 feet beam, After dinner Mr. Brasch tore a paper -
battle in the world's history, so far as The text of the German admiralty to by crew. It (with a draught of 27 feet. The Derff- tidy with his fingers, not watchingthe ,I
is also known the
details'have been made public of the .<[: report, which is dated June 1, says: that destroyerss Tip linger was completed in July, 1914, fingers but facing the audience, ,I-
Turbulent Fortune
I meeting of the German and British !j "During an enterprise directed to perary, Sparrow and! the Lutzow a year later. The singing a song, entitled, "My Little An
Hawk lost six
and Ardent
", I fleets off the west coast of Denmark ;:,, the northward our high sea fleet on were and ships carried eight 12-inch: German Home Across the Sea." It : t
i:I May :31 encountered the main part of others are not yet accounted for. XoHI'iti guns
on Wednesday afternoon. At least twelveinch and twelve 24- was a surprise to his hearers. Mrs. 4l/4f,
guns
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''the i English fighting fleet, which was h battleships or light cruiserswere -
I three British battle cruisers, three' pounders. They also were equippedwith Brasch sang a temperance song and
'I cruisers and eight torpedo boats and ;: considerably superior to our forces. sunk. four torpedo tubes each. "Stars of the Summer Night in avery a e a
"The losses serious: + We c e-s-ry an the lead-
: "During the afternoon betweenI enemy's were :
; the German battleship Pommern and touching manner. jig .1 l standard *
i The Derfflinger once before was reported ar \.arieti.'I ,
At least battle destroyed
'I I Skagerak and Horn Riff, a heavy engagement one cruiser was .
small it. thaxe teen
two German cruisers and a num- the British to have been After all was over everyone returned -
's
: resulted which was successful and one was severely damaged.One ,: by t ber of torpedo boats sunk in the well their
were pleased to respective .
when she
sunk in
aol;
participated an engagement o our and
I I is
have
I for us and which continued duringthe battleship reported to been
engagement wVjh: lasted far. into the I in the North homes. c.imate-
sea on January
whole night. sunk. The exact number of enemy destroyers I 1
night. :24, HI}:;. A later report said that she \Ve ca .snow make immediate
of
i: the
: Claim Was Sunk. disposed during action
Warship
-hipment of
j all
Great Britain admits the loss of bat- I'lXI BODY OF RAYMON HARRIS
had been in the
badly damaged fight
tle cruisers and cruisers with a ton- !i I "In this engagement,: so far .as cannot be ascertained with any cer- IN OKEECHOBEEKissimmee. the. L lounable crop
the there !but must have been large." and was dry docked at Hamburg for '"
nage of 114,810-represented by the i I known up to present, were tainty,
battle cruisers Queen Mary, Indefatigable I I I destroyed by us the large battleship Greatest Fight in History. repairs. SEED POTATOES
the battle cruisers From advices thus far received it The German cruiser Wiesbaden, .-News has just reached
and Invincible and the cruisers i I I Warspite, Queen aldi.4g'f) So. 4 ROM.
.. .. Defence, Black Prince and Warrior. Mary and Indefatigable, two armored would appear that the greatest naval mentioned in the German official an- here of the finding in Lake Okeechobeeof Early ;Red Bli.j Triumph -

Germany's losses, according to the .I cruisers, apparently of the Achilles battle of history has been fought. nouncement as having been sunk, is the body of Raymond: Harris, who ,: Seed PeanaU, I t.-

i Berlin admiralty, in addition to the I type, one small cruiser, the new flagships Never before have two naval forcesof not listed in the naval annals. disappeared two years ago, at the N N.. 1 North Carolina I
I Warspite a Great Ship. time his intimate friend Carl Hilliard \ t .id tU Small Spanish '
Pommern, were the Wiesbaden and of the destroyer squadron, the such magnitude as the British and ,
," Frauenlob, small cruisers, and several i Turbulent Nestor and Alcaster, a German high sea fleet engaged in The British dreadnought Warspite met his death.Suspicion \ T*o Vop.;
torpedo boats. large number of torpedo boat destroyers combat. But apparently the battle reported destroyed in the North sea which was directed toward &*d corn. Millet Sor-

I The Germans claim in addition to I and one submarine. was not fought out to a point to determine engagement was a sister ship of the the missing man, is said to have caus- g.num De garweed. Na-

: I, the admitted losses of Great Britain "By observation which was free and mastery of the seas, for the Queen Elizabeth, both of which playeda ed the death of his father, who lived II tag Gr t. Rhodes GresiChufax

I that the British battleship Warspite, clear of objects, it was stated that a losses, serious as they are reported to prominent part in the attempt to near St. Cloud, and his mother has Ka-.r Com.Yeh.et ,\

l t t I j of the largest type in the British navy, large number of English battleships have been, will not vitally impair the force the Dardanelles. The Warspitewas partially lost her mind.In and L.,+;:land leans Seed Upland Rite '

was sunk; that the battleship Marl- suffered damage from our ships and strength of either fleet. G50:: feet long, and displaced 27,500 December 1913: Hilliard and -

.j 1 orough was hit by a torpedo and that the attacks of our torpedo boat flotilla The scene of battle was in the eastern tons. She was built at Davenport in Harris made a trip down the Kissimmee Tomato Plant-Living- ii

k 1 two cruisers of the Achilles type (the during the day engagement and waters of the North sea. It is 1914 at an estimated cost of $12,500- river to Lake Okeechobee, in the ton Fanoui Rrantr John Barr.and the 1

Warrior is of this class) and one sub- throughout the night."Among probable that the German fleet was 000. The Warspite: is reported to launch Margaret, belonging to the for-

{ i! narine were sent to the bottom. .. other the large battleship on one of the excursions into the have carried eight 16-inch guns in mer. .Just how long they remainedat Write lit; u* for Field weeklyprier '.

. r The British admiralty adds to '.he ,i' Marlborough was hit by a torpedo. North sea which it has taken from place of the 13-inch guns carried by the lake, and when they started on Grai i. 1'ijultry Kin Feed Seed and

' I conceded losses by Germany two j This was confirmed by prisoners. time to time during the war, and met, the Queen Elizabeth.} She also was the return trip, has never been learned. Supplies. Our descrip-

1 : I dreadnaughts of the Kaiser class- j I "Several of our ships rescued parts whether or not by design, with the equipped with twelve 4-inch guns, four Fishermen returning to the lake ti\t cats:agues free on

i : vessels of 24,700 tons-destroyed I, the ;, of the crews of the sunken English British fleet.Skagerak 3-pounders and was fitted with four from Kissimmee:: on Christmas day. request

J I Mowing up of one battle cruiser, the !i! ships, among them being two and the is an arm of the North 21-inch torpedo tubes! Her complement noticed that the Margaret was anchored Al'K'T
J; I a I' ; damaging of two other vessels of this only survivors of the Indefatigable.! I sea between Norway and Denmark. was 750.; some distance up the river in exactly PATSY
r. I j lass and the ramming and sinking ofa :! "On our side the small cruiser Wiesbaden The point referred! to in the official The Queen Mary and the Indefatigable the same place where they had TOt'LTRY MASH .1

. ,: German submarine. :! by hostile gunfire during the German statement as Horn RitT probably both were battle cruisers of :27- noticed it on their way up the riverto 1 r makes,your hens lay. i

Consternation in London j jt't day (engagement and his majesty'sship is the reef off the Horn, on the 000 and 18,750:; tons displacement respectively. Kissimmee. On investigating they "

:, LONDON, June 2-The British pub. Pommern, during the night, as southwestern extremity of Denmark. The Queen Mary was 720 found Hilliard's clothes in the boat.

I. lie was given a painful shock tonight i the result of a torpedo were sunk. This would indicate that the battle feet lo',;, 87 feet beam and drew 20 From the appearance of the oil stove *IEA.MA TIN SEED C .-_'

! I when the admiralty gave out a stat.t .'- j "The fact of his majesty's ship was fought off the coast of Denmark.From feet of water. The Queen Mary was supper had been put en to cook several jACKSCNVILLr.FLORIpA. ,

:{ j ment that in a naval battle in the > Frauenlob, which is missing, and some the reef to Helgoland the main completed in 1913. She carried eight i days before, and Had burned up. No ti .

i i i.! North Sea Wednesday afternoon the j torpedo boats, which have not yet returned German naval base in the North sea, 13.5-inch; ,gun: sixtlen1inch guns, trace of Harris could be found. +
i '' British battle fleet met the German is unknown. is about 100 miles. and was equipped with three 21-inch The river was dragged and the body ftffft4 + ff + + *f

I II' fleet, with the result that three British I "The high sea fleet returned today News of the engagement was held torpedo tubes of Hilliard finally recovered. FromI I 4 .

:: battle cruisers were sunk, together (Thursday) into our port. back by the British authorities, pos- The Indefatigable was 578 feet long that time, however, nothing has ever f .

i I with three cruisers and eight dcstroy- I'I'i Says Other Ships Were Sunk. sibly pending the return home of the 79 feet beam and 28 feet deep. This been learned concerning the fate of : FOR SALE I

I ers. LONDON, June 3.-The British ad- fleet and th first word received of the battle cruiser was equipped with eight Harris, until the finding of the body i

I ;''I The Indefatigable, the Invincible and ,, miralty officially announced last night battle came by wireless from Berlin. 12-inch guns, sixteen 4-inch guns and in the lake this week. Just what occurred '..

- the Queen Mary were the battle cruisers that the total number of British destroyers The loss of life in the engagement. had three 21-inch torpedo tubes. The on the lonely river will never + *

e : sent to the bottom by the Germans lost in the naval engagementwas must have been extremely heavy. The I Queen Mary and the Indefatigable carried be definitely known. One theory is + 40 acres o Lawtey and Lake *

II The cruisers Defence, Black Prince eight. battle cruiser Indefatigable, for instance complements of between 900 and that Hilliard was in swimming, be- '+ Butler road 3 miles west of +

,. and Warrier also were lost. The War- i The announcement adds that of from which the German admiralty 950. The Queen Mary cost about $10- came entangled in the drift weed and + Lawtey, i +

': rior first was reported disabled but |I three German battle cruisers, either reports only two men were 000,000, while the Indefatigable cost that when his friend dived in to rescue + 25 acres ch Lawtey and Highland *

j, subsequently it was announced that the Derfflinger or Lutow was blownup saved, probably had more than 900 nearly 8000000. him, he also was trapped at the bot- + road, 'l'ation&l Highway. +

she had to be abandoned by her crew. another was said to have been disabled men on board, and others of the ves- The British dreadnought Marlborough tom of the river, or else was a victim + One-half mile! north of depot #

The battle seems to have lasted and a third to be seriously dam- sels sunk carried complements of men was of the Iron Duke class. She of cramps. + $600 cash or!;terms. *

i 1 following I'I'i aged. equally or nearly as large. was built at Davenport in 1914, displaced -I According to the account received '.. 20 acres cfi Lawtey and Highland *

: i ,: One German light cruiser and six Previous to this battle Great Britain 25,000 tons, was 620 feet long, here, indentification of the body found + road, '""National Highway. #

I I ere stated to have been serious, but German torpedo boat destroyers were had lost during the war ten battle- 90 feet beam and 27 feet deep. She in Lake Okeechobee was made by the + One mile north of Lawtey. About *

I' I no very definite information of their sunk and at least two more light ships, eleven cruisers and various carried ten 13.5-inch guns, twelve flinch number of a watch which was recovered + six acres: c 'ared. $600 cash or #

I losses is afforded. One battle cruiser cruisers were disabled. smaller craft. Germany has lost guns and a number of smaller and by the dental work on the + terms j i- '*

I. is declared to have been destroyed, The official communication says: eighteen cruisers, nineteen auxiliary arms. She also was equipped with teeth. + Li 1I. HILL J

I I' .ne disabled and another severely "Since the foregoing communicationwas cruisers, chiefly converted passenger four submerged torpedo tubes. + Lawtey Florid

i I damaged, while the belief is expressed issued a further report has been liners, and numerous smaller vessels. The German battleship Pommern SAVE F.lOILXIRES: f .
j that a large number of destroyers were received from the commanderinchiefof Patrolled Base Approaches.Since which was sunk by the British torpedo .

II disposed of.Following. the grand fleet stating that it has the beginning of the war Bri- displaced 12,997 tons. She was 398 4fft444't + ftftf + ..

I 1 quickly upon the admiralty now been ascertained that our total tish cruisers and destroyers have pa- feet long, 72 feet beam and 25 feet During the present potash famineit

announcement came the German losses in destroyers amount to eight trolled during day and night the approaches deep. The Pommern was built in 1907, is necessary for every farmer to GRANT SAID

r I official version of the fight which in boats in all. to the German fleet's base, at a cost of about $6,000,000. She conserve carefully all the farm ma- GFN. I

I i general confirmed the British account "The commander-in-chief also reports in the bay formed by the mouths of carried 729 officers and men. Her nures produced. It is a well known

but carried the claim that the battleship that it now is possible to forma the Elbe and the Weser, protected by armament consisted of four 11-inch fact that farm manures contain a

Warspite also was sunk and other closer estimate of the losses and the the mighty fortifications of Wilhelm- guns, fourteen 6.7-inch guns, a num- large proportion of the potash that "LET US SMOKE IN THIS

,I battleships damaged. damage sustained by the enemy fleet. shaven on the south, on the north by ber of pieces of smaller caliber and was originally in the plants consumed WORLD IN THE NEXT.
, 11'1 The German losses, according to "One dreadnaught battleship of the the supposedly impregnable defensesof six 17.7-inch torpedo tubes. by the animals. The amount of NOT

: the German version of the battle, were Kaiser class was blown up in an attack the Kiel canal and guarded by the Frauenlob a Small Cruh! i. potash in the manure varies directly it i

1 the small cruiser Wiesbaden, sunk by by British destroyers, and another outlying island of Helgoland. The Frauenlob was a small German with the amount in the plants. Those Smoke the Old Reliable"A.P.'CIGAR

S. I t gunfire, and the warship Pommern by dreadnaught battleship of the Kai- Until this engagement,: however, no cruiser displacing 2,715 tons. animals fond of plants running highin
while the cruiser Frauen- class is believed to have been sunk potash produce running
a torpedo, ser German fleet has put forth in forceto The Invincible was laid down in 1907 a manure
i lob and a number of torpedo boats are by gunfire. Of three German battle necessitate the giving of the alarmto She displaced 17,250 tons, was 562: high in this element. Goat manure is
missing. cruisers two of which it is believedwere : a striking illustration. Animals fond
the British main fleet that its foe feet long over all, 78 feet beam and
: The news was flashed in special editions the Derfflinger and the Lutzow, was coming out to give battle. The 26 feet deep. Her normal complementwas of plants running high in ammonia

o of the evening newspapers and one was blown up, another was heavily rendezvous of the British battle fleet 731. She was armed with eight produce a manure high in ammonia. (A Pure(; Havana)

I caused greater consternation in the engaged by our battle fleet and wasseen has been a secret, but is generally behaved 12-inch guns, sixteen 4-inch and Horse and cattle manure are in this .
West End of London than has been to be disabled and and guns class. Poultry iMade
t stopping, to been in the Orkney islands three torpedo tubes. The Invincibletook manure runs high in .
witnessed on any previous occasion the third was observed to be seriously north of Scotland. The long monthsof part in the naval ammonia and phosphoric acid. by the
: since the declaration of The damaged. engagementoff Dean P. H. Rolfs of the
war. ,
watchful British Universityof
the
waiting by the Falkland islands in December
frankness of the admiralty announcement "One light German cruiser and six Florida College of
however, were broken into by two naval 1914, in which the German Pacific Agriculture, STARKE CIGAR CO.
:. concerning the serious nature (f German destroyers were sunk and at engagements in which comparatively squadron, after defeating British calls attention to the fact that the
a
1? the British losses and the apparently! least two more German light cruisers I small squadrons of German squadron off the Chilean coast ammonia, potash and phosphoric acid

,'. small losses of the Germans in comparison were seen to be disabled.: Further, repeated .. warships were involved, and in both of destroyed. The Defence, was built, was in content of the manures of these farm GEO. L. MASSEY, Prop,

led to the assumption in -ni.st hits were observed on three which the British were victorious. On 1907 animals is in the best condition for
i ; displaced 14,600 tons, and ordinarily -
Blinds that the British vessels must other German battleships that were August 28, 1014! Admiral Sir DavidBcatty carried 755 men. Her length use as a fertilizer. If the manuresare STARKE, FLORIDA.
have been lead into a mine field. engaged.,: ,: I not
the battle protected against, leaching
on his flagship, was 525 feet, beam 74 feet and her : .__ -
Berlin Claims Victory. "Finally a German submarine was in rains the soluble fertilizers the fer- -
cruiser Lion, led his squadron a maximum draught 28 feet. She or
BERLIJune '!-(By wireless: to rammed! and sunk." daring dash into the Bight,: of Helgo- I four 12-inch guns and ten carried 7.3-: tilizing elements available to plants, THEFLORIDAHETAlPROPWGlMANUFACTURE
Sa 'ville.-The German admiralty announced Britain Admits Losses. almost will be washed out and the
I land. In an engagement tinder I inch guns, sixteen 12-pounders and manures
It today that the German high LONiONJune 2 ((2:15 p. m.).- the guns of this ,great: fortress five torpedo tubes., will lose a large amount of their value.A .

:- sea fleet on :Slay 31 had encountereda I The British admiralty announced today three German armored cruiserss and I The Black Prince manure pit, sheltered against
British fighting fleet. The was built in 1904,
engage that a battle had occurred in the two destroyers were sunk with a loss:: rain, should be provided on
ment which developed the and displaced 13,550: tons carried 704 every
admiralty North sea between the British and of 2.00 men. ; farm in the Plate. There is no better CEILINGS
-l" was favorable to the Germans. : She was 4SO feet long, and 73:
says
!, German fleets in the course of which a On January 24, 1915, a German I.of beam. fertilizer and at the same time there
Her
The battle continued all The armament
night. was six
.f-t> i .number of German warships were squadron attempting a raid on the 92. is no more profitable form of fertilizer -
and ten 1-inch
! I German admiralty announces that the sunk British coast, encountered Admiral guns, twenty 3- to employ than farm AXt> OTHER
manures.
>.-:, I large British battleship Warspite, the I The British battle cruisers Queen Beatty off the Dogged banks and in a roanders and three torpedo tubes. SHEtT METAL

Ids-t I Mary, Indefatigable and Invincible running fight the German cruiser The Warrior displaced 13,660 tons WHEAT GROWN NEAR STARKE.
I Ir1' |I were sunk. Bluecher was sunk and two of her sister and was 480 feet long. Her comple- ilLDINGATERU

were destroyed. | The cruisers Defence and Black ships set fire. Several raids have ment is C04. She carried six 9.2-inch
'j It is also reported that a small British and four 7.5 inch Wm. H. II. Whistler planted a small WRITE TODAY hN0: SPECIAl.
i Prince also were sunk and the cruiser been made by German naval detach- : guns, twenty-four QpOTATI0N3
f. : # I cruiser, a number of torpedo boats i! Warrior was disabled. The German ments on the British coast in which 3-pounders and three tropedo tubes. patch of wheat last fall on his placein fOREATAL000ES' .. "f).
destroyers and torpedo boats : the JACKSONVILLE:" "
; were des- losses are described as serious. Yarmouth. Scarborough Whitby, Har- Germantown settlement. While ---'
f troyed. I The announcement two German tlepoor and Lowestoft have been the ground was well prepared, the dry
f' says tamb'arded. Had to (lave a Cold Hang On.Ion't .
! I The German admiralty statement battle cruisers were sunk and two The last of these raids weather almost the entire time after
adds that observation was let cold hang rack
by it was established your on planting kept the back it
t. German light,: cruisers were disabled made April 26, last, on which occa- crop yet
and become
that large I your system chronic when
number
a of British and sunk. sion turned out fairly well. Mr. Whistler
probably
battleships suffered according to the German claim I Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey will .
help
damage from
I | The British destroyers Tipperary, a British destroyer and brought a small sample sheaf to this
the fire of the German big ships and two scout :.you. It heals the inflammation, and office
; r j Turbulent, Fortune, Sparrow Hawk ships were sunk.Performed. where those who have never Broken LtrxaeaSame Dupfieata
of the flotilla.I I soothes the cough and loosens
the attacks torpedo boat the
I and Ardent were lost and six others Brilliant Feat seen this staple crop may have an opportunity Day as RiCicyed 1
The admiralty statement also declares I have not yet been accounted for. The The most serious losses the Bri- phlegm. You breathe easier at once. to do EO. He also showedus Specialize 01111411,t Orders-We Day Poshtt J JeI
:3 that the British battleship ) to Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey is a laxative /40 101. FORSYT$ SL
of the wheat
V Iarl-// admiralty announcement says no Brit- tish fleet hitherto have been some threshed out. -- 1
' throughthe tar
borough was hit by a torpedo, this syrup, the pine tar balsam The -
.-, ish battleships or light cruisers were operations of German submarines grains were rather large and full 1
ing confirmed by the prisoners rescued sunk. heals the raw spots, loosens the mucous and the haaviest have Plies Cured In 6 to HYojr DaY' J
stance occured in we ever seen. PAlO
: September. 1914
Several of the German ships rescued and prevents irritation of the Mr. druggit rR refund moneyOI.NTMK.Nr if
Whistler's
The text of the experiment that Itc''fo
admiralty of
announce. and of proves
by means mines. Such .
in- case
an bronchial tubes. fn! to cure any
the of the British Justs
of '
parts crews ships ment follows get a bottle of wheat will 5inltolt
: when the British grow in Bradford county. mind.! BleehrR or'rotrudinE.l'jJ;;
cruisers Hogue Cres- .. ..
Dr. .
sunk Bell's Pine Tar and Brrt
which were they including, it is "On Wednesday afternoon the Honey today. It's IF- 'm.hrrt st a'vc' Laoo
31st and Aboukir
sy were torpedoed withinan
r said, two men from the Indefatigable, of May guaranteed to help you. At druc- You ; 7 ani
a naval engagement took hour by the German submarine gists. I get all the important national, All the 10c Ginghams go at
'1"--- -.. (1)) state, county news In the Telegraph. ; 8 cents at Leiiton's.


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I FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE THREEI



News TRY IT! SUBSTITUTEFOR MILLER CIC.. \ DR. WAITE CONVICTED OF HOW CATTS GOT .ANOTHER VOTE j

I of Florida in Short Paragraphs.Live l lJ NASTY CALOMEL MURDER IN FIRST DEGREE
The picnic given at this place last i Many voters who. wished to cast

Thursday under the auspices of the j I their ballot in peace Tuesday went to

State News Starts your Liver Without Mak- local camp of the Woodmen of the J New York Dentist Who Poisoned the polling place in Clarke on bywaysyet :

ing You Sick and Can- World was a complete success. some candidate br other met them 1

.. By eight o'clock the crowd began to Wife's Parents Must and solicited votes] A voter from I
>saxs aszseszssaaszwusa a I not Salivate. gather in the beautiful pine grove and Go to Electric Chair. across the creek went: to town before ;t
Told Our
by Exchanges. '
I
they continued to arrive until between daylight, and hoped! to cast his vote ',.!-

____.__ _ tt tr-l Every druggist in town-your drug- 200 and 300 people were on the ground before the cand.dnjes. came around. 1-:
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gist and everybody's druggist has no- Every county candidate was present, NEW YORK.-Dr. Arthur Warren Crossing Lafayette street he fell intoa

.-Over $200,000 in build ive cattle has become a practice among ticed a great falling off in the sale and those that did not make a public Waite, the young Xew York dentist, sewer trench seven and a half feet

be spent in DeLand this year. I the cattlemen of this county and this of calomel. They all give the same address kept busy putting in their who by his own confession poisoned deep. At the bottom he found another -

added to this, there will be over method has begun to make'itself ap- reason. Dodson's Liver Tone is taking claims to the individual voter. i his millionaire father-in-law, John E.
spent OR' roads and bridges parent in the weight of the beef stock. Hon. Hal W. Adams of delivered Peck, and the latter's man.
its place. I Mayo, wife, must go to I "Say, I'm a candidate for ,
district, besides the $400,000 in "Calomel is dangerous and people the opening address on Wood- the electric chair for his crimes. After I and I want you to vote for me," said ('
10na district and $2-30,000 in HASTINGS That the know it while Dodson's Liver is craft. :\11'. Adams is taking three ballots ;
potato grow- Tone witty speakerand a jury found the oldest inhabitant. "I went out to <<
Smyrna district. ers in the Hastingss district, the famous perfectly safe and gives better results destined to be one of the leadingmen him guilty of murder in the first degree catch the early \cter and fell in, and 1

potato growing section of Florida, I. ," said a prominent local druggist of Florida. His speech was a rejecting the plea of insanity now I can't get out. I saw the red

.-The tomato shipping have been enormously benefitted by Dodson's Liver Tone is person- treat to those that were fortunate made by the defen.-('. The jury was light but didn't know what it meant. ;'

is now reaching its height, the I the building of a system of good roads ally guaranteed by every druggist who enough to be present. I out one hour and twenty-five minutes. It is too early yet for me to be buried. .

from the Palmetto section I has been clearly demonstrated duringthe sells it. A large bottle costs 50 cents, Hon. W. G. Seals devoted the most Later Justice Shearn sentenced him to Say, I'll help you out if you'll vote for .

this week having averaged present season, and an object les- and if it fails to give easy relief in of his time to a speech on Woodcraft, death. me." :

cars per day. This record will son can be seen daily there betweenthe every case of liver sluggishness and which was highly appreciated.Those Waite remained unmoved throughout "All right," said the last arrival.

: through the week, bringing effect that permanent roads have constipation, you have only to ask for speaking the forenoon were the trial and never flinched when The voter was helped out.

total for the six days to 180 over dirt or clay roads, by noting the your money back. Hons. A. D. Andrews, W. E. Middle- he heard the verdict that doomed himto "Now you must help me out," said

over loO; cars were shipped size of the loads, number of barrels Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant- ton, Joe Hill Williams, W. G. Seals, a murderer's giave. The condemned the candidate. "I can't round up voters

being hauled by the Hastings growers tasting, purely vegetable remedy, D. F. McDonald. lion. E. L. Crosby man's wife, Mrs. Clara Louise Peck stayin' here." .

and those hauled by the growers at harmless to both children and adults. being sick and not able to make a left the court room when the jury returned "Who is your candidate for governor -

Lockhatchee Ranch Federal Point, where clay roads prevail Take a spoonful at night and wake speech caused his opponent, Col. A. S. with their verdict."I ?" asked the voter. {

ust installed a large traction en- up feeling fine; no biliousness, sick Crews, to decline speaking as Crews don't think I can stand hearing "Hit's-hit's \\Vd-no, I mean

with plows and harrows and the headache, acid stomach or constipated did not wish to take any undue advan- i it," she told her brother, Percy. \notteramas Farris jHudson -" .{

of breaking up the land and put- BUENA VISTA.-Bird, of bowels. It doesn't gripe or cause tae of Crosby. I When friends announced the \verdict "No, hit ain't. Hit's Catts," said ,
every inconvenience all the next day like The noon hour having arrived din to her she began to
cry. the voter.
in feed and forage will be- known species, including the rarest
once. Lockhatchee crops Ranch is feathered songsters of lands violent calomel. Take a dose of calo- ner was announced, the good ladies \ "I guess it is God's will," she said. "All right, Catt. it is," assented the

many mel today and tomorrow you will feel having spread the dinner on the long Waite expected the death penalty. candidate. "I'dote for rats and possums '
by Sanford men and they will will be placed on the Charles Deering
weak, sick and nauseated. Don't losea table until it fairly groaned under the'' While the
jury out he
:
was out"And
impatient to
grew git
cattle and will raise the feed for estate at Buena Vista, and when the jet I
day's work! Take Dodson's Liver weight. After everybody eaten to I at the delay. thus acciUci t changed two ,:
on the ranch. estate is completed it will be one of an
Tone instead and feel fine full of vigor their heart's content there still I "What's '
the show places of the South where were keepingthem? he asked votes.No.. r
and ambition. ((14- % enough left to feed the same crowd his brother, Frank. "I don't under-
: .-Three miles of concrete the people will be permitted to see again. In the afternoon the other stand it."
only rare birds of the greatest variety, 666 will cure Chills and Fever.It .
ll are being built on the beach MR. PADGETT INSTALLS A DIPPING candidates held the crowd until a late His step was almost blithe as they know.
but kind of tree that will is the most speedy remedy we
at a cost of approximately every grow VAT. hour when everyone went home, after led him back, to his cell in the Tombs. ,.

,OOO as a step in making the in beautiful a tropical flowering or sub-tropical shrubs clime, thanking the W. 0. W. for such a He hummed a light air, declared that ter R. Deuel or any one else. I am jfI

improvements of that section and. rare pleasant time. N. II. Stokes presided he was hungry and
,
I courteously take the for I
to punishment
my
imported grains and grasses, etc. The Mr. P. M. Padgett has installed on willing
The new wall supple- over the rostrum in the thanked the "
introducing deputy sheriffs
who were ill deeds and the quicker that punishment 4
orchids his farm
the wooden bulkhead which has costing thousands of dollars, one mile east of town, a dipping with him ,
speakers. during his hours in "
:200-acre estate is to be a combinationof vat for cattle and other stock. court. comes the better. I
holding the big fill along the botanical and horticultural garden This is the second vat in Bradford, 'I Walter R. Deuel, the young dentist's With regard to Waite's demeanor I
up to this time ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS FOR A chief counsel, said that the :
verdict was since his arrest Ju'ius Bremel, head
and aviary Mr. B. ,E. Brown, of the Miller section 11
I having installed one some time ago. BUSHEL OF CORN. proper, and that all could be done for keeper of the Tombs, said: J *

.-Francis B. McIntosh, age It is hoped that these vats will be installed the defendant had been done. One of "I've seen them come and go, but I

an insurance adjuster, PF.XSACOLA.-Falling a hundred by a great many farmers in The Heard National Bank of Jacksonville Mr. Deuel's assistants stated, however never saw a man, not even Lieut. Becker \
and
himself on the of his child fifty feet, Lieut. J. V. Rockwll, that preparations were being made for who had this man's nerve." ,
grave aviator-student at the Pensacola different sections of the county, as is offering $100 for the best I
aero an appeal.
cemetary at 12:25; o'- the eradication of ticks and other insects bushel of corn grown in Florida, $76
this afternoon. The child had station, was immediately killed Tues- When Waite heard Dry goods, notions, furnishings
from stock for the second of these
deal best and the
means a great $50 for prepara- I
afternoon. The shoes rtc. at cost. am
day fatality took clothing, ,
dead eleven years. He was rush- to Butler third best to be shucked the tions he issued a statement saying:
our county.-Lake Times.X. corn on going out of business and am closing .
place directly in front of the station,
the Gordon Keller hospital in "I am satisfied with the verdict anddon't is 4
Here
and within fifteen minutes the unfor- out my stock. your oppor-
police ambulance, where it was S. Wainwright, heretofore of car.The object in this is to get the far- I want any appeal made by Wal- tunity for bargains. M. Leviton. 11
tunate medical
man was receiving attention
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that the ball had gone through but without avail. Death Tampa, was in Starke the latter part mers away from so much cotton and --- i
was .
He died at 2:50 o'clock. of last week to visit his brothers, N. D. to raise better crops; the more crops
due to shock; no bones being broken.
The cause of the death was probablya and \V. Wainright, before going to Florida raises and better crops, the I .
SPRINGS.Max From- make his home at Toledo, 0. Mr. better your business and theirs.
broken aileron; the machine was one .
has a niece piece of natal grass. of the oldest in the sen-ice. He is I Wainright had to seek a northern climate There are several things to be considered -
last March he : on account of health. in raising corn that will be :
ago planted a survived by a wife and three children, poor up PURE ICE tIs
of acres of natal grass seed, the oldest being seven years of age. to standard and could compete for a

which time he has harvested two This is the fourth fatality in the aero- RubIyTismntiseptiJ, Anodyne prize.
crops and has another ripe for plane branch of the navy, and the -Kills pain, stops putrefaction. Corn must be true to type in shapeof Made Out.of Steam, Steam Is a Vapor l

This natal grass is located cars, length, color and the color of i
sandy soil, but in spite of the third in Pensacola animal that attacked him. The nightwas the cob. Generated From J Water and Purified by Heat I\ _\ } ,.

the grass has grown splen- dark and he could see only the It must be well cultivated to give it

and during the year his grass :\lI.UII.-Although thirteen miles. outlines. As panthers have been seen tbe weight, and to be sound don't pull Ice made from well water is no cleaner
yielded him a nice profit. of streets are already being built or :j! in these woods there are people who the fodder if you want your corn to

paved with the eil-sand method, and .| believe that Mr. Harrell's visitor was have the right weight. than the water itself. Limes, Chlorides,

--0 bids for ten miles more will be received -i I one of this species.BRADFORD.Some. In selecting corn, care must be takento I Nitrates, Sand or any germ-life found in
An
unfavorable report on by the council on June 13:;, a have each ear exactly alike, so that
wells will "go-over" into Raw-Water Ice.
li ation for a canal from Silver
third district of street I ,
improvementsis time between in a bushel you can't tell one ear from
*, Marion county, to Ocala, a being prepared by City Engineer 2 and 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon a another. I

!! of about six miles, has been Klyce and Street Committeeman, I fearful accident occurred on Santa Fe Corn production is the basis of a OUR ICE IS MADE OF STEAM- r.

by Secretary of War Baker. It Wharton. "We will keep every team river, about five miles below this place, cheaper food supply, and the produc- t
that the cost to the IT IS PURE AND WHOLESOME
( govern and wagon in the county busy until in which John M. Hall, one of Suwan- tion of an abundant supply is one of 6 Iq.
1'r would be out of proportion to i next winter's farming operations begin t: ne&'s oldest and most highly respected the essentials of good farming.For 4

I advantages gained. It was desired ," declared Mr. Klyce this morning farmers, lost his life. Some time after information in regards to this IT LASTS LONGER
, the
canal in order ob-
to I "Horses and mules will have no timeto the noon-day meal he told his wife corn prize and if you want to get in
for Ocala the of
I advantages water play this summer. The work we he was going down to the river to geta line to put Bradford county on the t

I tition in freight rates. will do this summer will be limited few fish and when he failed to return map in corn production, write or call

r only by the help and equipment that home at dark his family became on your Demonstration Agent D. R. Starve Ice Company i

Y MJGL'STINE.-Judge GiIII, ::. in we can get." alarmed and a search was begun, and McQuarrie.Read .

iph his decision Saturday in the I about midnight he was found on the

ipr ipr of the State versus Sister Mary I PALATKA-The big launch Varuna liank.here he had crawled about fifty the Telegrap. -$1.50 a year.

-ine, charged with teachin col- has been purchased of Capt. W. 331 1. feet from the water, still alive with

children in a negro school at St. his head arms and breast terribly \
toto I Miller of Crescent lity and today or -- -- -- --- -- ---
(' held that the law .. a
invoked mutilated from
a premature dischargeof +
will take the of the
tomorrow place ., .. > _, 1
1I no jurisdiction over the work of I Harry Lee between Palatka and We- dynamite. He lived only a few minutes 5. tl\PrIrhlllll; b,
schools or individuals and was after being found. Mr. Hall --- R..1Ieln4tdaTabetcACq
llaka, Georgetown Drayton. Island and enjoyed I. few
+ intended to apply tn public I way ports Capt. ('aus(' will lie in the confidence and respect of all Slip a Prince Albert

I supported by state or munici command. The Varuna has been in his vast acquaintance. lIe was: about

. taxation. 75; years of age a native Floridian, smokes into '
Palatka for several days. It is a : system {
1 your
fommodius launch and has every comfort and had lived in this, Suwannee coun-

:\ ..\ .-The Ifi' miles "f for passenger?, together with ample ty, about forty years. lie leaves a You've heard "
an earful about the Prince Albert "
I Cape able: highway in thevioii.itv I freight ileok. It will be remember- wife eight grown sons, and a large i many ,

Florida City and Homestead.. cil that Capt. Hi.-cock has secured a number of grandchildren and other .' patented process that cuts out bite and parch and lets you "..

the first of .J UI1('. \1of\ i i i fine mail contract en Mobile, Bay and relatives to mourn his untimely end. smoke your fill without comeback! Stake your bank roll thatit

work has ken" done dm\ 'un.r the i some time ago: announced his intention proves out every hour of the day. 'i

: t four months and always
. ; .! much of tin LM div;: jc'Wt'l'l1 I; The Varuna will carry the mail to the in this city were grieved! to

net..'ad aml'.loal: : I'aim hamnv-ik I up river points named.JACKSONVILI learn Sunday that he had been killed without coupons or premiums. We RINEE '

1-eei. done 11:,;.... \voo.loii bridges. : early that morning in Perry, where he prefer to give quality E ;

'i Loon complr ,"l l a1 tho f.Tu'lii.ir: I was night policeman. A man by the

.' on the w.-.;t ilo of the bam- E.-Visions of that name of Mclod and one by name of There's sport smoking a pipe or rolling \

: ( :n. promised land north of the MasonDixon Johns were drinking and Mr. Rauler- your own but know that you've A Ito
R I line fluttered lefore the eyes of you got I RR1'Prince
son went into a garage where the men ;
have the tobacco We
literally hundreds of freedmen Wednesday ; right tell you :
about :
\ \ O \'II.UThe: good ladies were > o'clock in the morning
packed the Albert will ... ..1If. .I
they .
..Jackom'illt":11')' of blushes and morning as arrest or to get them to keep quiet : bang the doors wide ,

: because of the }repul fourth building.floor Feet corridor shifted of and the perspiration Federal- when the difficulty which resulted in open for you to come in on a good time the national joy smche. ;. !It 1

pictures which have come to be! ktn-amed but the line held. No the death of Loth"nauleri'on and Mc- firing up every little so often, without a ;
rule rather than the Leod started. When men who heard ...
exception I have broken it. Thursday You'll feel like
those appearing on the moving- charge could the shots arrived on the scene :McLeodwas ':. regret your smoke past :

screens all over the country, forty-five negroes sailed aboard
LI.t LI. engaged in the good work of try I the Lat Clyde week line twenty-five steamer for went New York.there out and Raulerson who had walkedout back up for a fresh start. .'

to bring about a change. They !I of the garage and sat down on the

endeavoring to induce the mo\ing'- i where they made their first stop on running-board of an automobile was it' You swing on this say-so like it was a tip to a i .,
the to construction of the \
producers, many of which are Erie way Railway System, which camps is callingfor in a dying condition.: He had three ? thousand-dollar bill It's worth that in happiness i :t
located bullet wounds: ;in his
in Jacksonville ; body. He remained '
to cut out '
the :Southern: offices 11l and contentment
laborers through p to you, to every man 3
vile and replace it; if njt with the conscious for about half a half an .
of the Immigration bureau. Five hour and died hour who knows what begotten
at least with the decent. an and a half later. can
hundred and more local negroes have He told the of I''' I ''
how
the \
story trouble I!. out of a chummy
filed application with the local Immigration .

ATEE.-l'nusual progress, has I office, which is also the office and started shot when him down McLeod and drew how he his killed gun D I'' tt ) U 1. .,I-l" jimmy pipe or a makin's .,

made during the )past year on of the government free employment his assailant after falling to the floor. 1 "Il, .- o cigarette with .

Potter Palmer's extensive land agency, for thee jobs on the Erie. John, who was the only witness to l I-II- 0 Prince for"packing" I
:, in the vicinity of Sara;:ota. An ol'l'ai'ionalhit(' man drifts in. but the e bert" 1 .
tragedy, was arrested but was released !
addition to other large tracts in the the applications are mostly negroes.APALACIIICOLA Sundav. y i r iQ ,: Prlnet
i L 'THE
; section, Mrs. Palmer has :2::,OoO ', II I tidyrerf
res of ,REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. tin. and to L
Myakka prairie and flats en- Wuulo.-S.U-. C. aet>>very PrinceAlbert'packag
Mr. James Har- I
'
into hat
five pastures. She has al- rell reports that several nights ago YOUR FAMILY DOCTORs li ,li the rtrtneidc a real rrr, deetoyouoniUrevr !
I
oy constructed one dipping vat and l' \ of the udjrrrdtln .*e.ide. Youll
while he was asleep the hatch of .
i on readPr" Patented
|| add others. Twentypurebred YOVK rnOTEfTIOV. rs" loyal to
his boat in one of the creeks up river, him. but do POI :*: this :.ova'.tyaus' m Juiyynhi J7/? That meant
Angus bulls and seven pure- you ntlnu"d s>rtT.?rlni;. In the treatment 4 that the Un.ted pistes Govern
Hereford a large animal, name unknown to him, of \rpt al.mcn II 1 -' ment has granted It'L atent on the '
bulls '
. are now on the Itr 1, process by whicr Pt\f"C Albert it
;
\ came on the boat and woke him up by <' he cannot bosjrpa
reThis '
herd of pure-breeds will : fd, In th* made. which < Aue blte..dthroat .
rubbing his noe on his11'( Harrell's) Tratrniir nt "h-onlf l parch s.ecq out! Everywhere !
I completed> by the addition of a face. Aroused from his slumbers Mr. I ?a "'." ."'. I ""RI' ,..>\ I I I1 tobacco i*eld. youll find ':;
mber of pure-bred heifers. KAKN HIS ABILITY. i Prince Albert Va waiting yon l
Harrell pushed the animal away with for It Is to theic particular I ? 4 E.D' ;G In toppy re* fcagt.Sc: tidy 1
his arm. The animal showed fight ailments that I 1 o I 1 It, + .TSB redfnsit: Hudson r
111.1 haltpou
fcavr devoted the b<>t- pound '
QSSIMMEE.Through the enter- and clawed at Mr. Harrell, splittingthe tar. part of mv if! ,1 I B rtN GP1P Q 'tK ,. tin hu'.don and .
Hf an I I SHOIL. I O "11$11t CM Uat revel crytta
of Run Bass which he Jacksonville ,, "' 1 6 11IP a ; (, t
the cattle of Osce- sail under was sleeping.By .. ar1 o know how to 1t t [( ,1'' lu.tumldor.witlt! .
.
-'
: county will be improved during the this time Mr. Harrell was fully fclnce 1H >\VTfcK: them. ll Itf, 't'C'jbt>rq a ',, tpone.ihst moiitenertop. keeps tbe I
,
I In smh dlaeaaea he ?
few specialize M I
tears as the result of the inJunction awake and he saw the animal whichhe doe not rare to treat, and In nrhdlM t ;c't11 tab reo In inch .

of a car load of Brahman describes as being larger than a to Ar*tall a. In yellERYOI'1.which: h. U .moat BLOOD llablr e ,1t ulIr l' 1'\ t ftnDd1ttoD a'waytl. ".

Thirty-two head of Brahman full grown dog, standing some distance and "SKIN IIIaEAa1.9.: IU.\DDEKnd I ,I 4
ailment Pfl.F.S and .
U45 were KIDNEY ;
brought to Kissimmee this away. The animal finally walk- all RECTAL DISEASES of ;MEN and ,
. elk from Texas bi' Mr- Bass and sold ed on the gang plank that led ashore WOMEN. .IIIIIIoi.... ,-
. the Consultation! >la free aaj strictlyDr.Geo.L.Dickerson
. leading cattlemen of the county. and disappeared in the darkness. Mr. :J .-

proVlI:1ent of the breed of the nat- Harrell does not know the species of !
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I, GOOD NEAP .TO FARMERS. Z- .-: .;. L:7: ::: The canvassing board met Thursday morning at the court house in Starke and proceeded to
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S-tr5 fcrr ...*r* :zOii::: *,?> : canvass of the returns from Tuesday's primary election. Following is a tabulation of the
,., .... .,.. vote for j
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E.1r; .l r"-::"..! aG :...:: fa: Go"' ad7 7.i 1:1 ...': :: :::. ;.:: :;, .. .::..''=.:'-: :,::_ For Senate i

z: Go: :; ::_;, E--: ': ::.;, ": A. D..... Adr::" ____ __ Uu_ 1:2: 1':3 3T ii i.:' 3.5: ?" la- 3 l: I:! I let).)

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, : :.L a.*, -.,,-.-*: fir ass l. :.'. -.::.e :.a:- SAD LOSS TO ENGLAND Ditto: Sr.d; Choice: Vote.1: 0) 0 6 3 4 4 0 3 0 0 0 i 23 701
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par: r. r; "": :' -r. ::.oc :r. For Representative-Group :2 i

::' :; c :.rGZ.!. t :. Eari Kitctener Lost on Cruiser A. ::. Crev- uuuuu_ 121 I. o; 37 339 .n 151 21 i 1' i 875 .
aJ: SES : tYaa: :/ ::_ E. L. Crosby ;:) -
-------------.J_ 151 53 55 l 54 l' :.
L on Way to Russia. -.t: ) 67 23 836
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rJ"y a:4 ; :.' r': j:7 :j ;:0.a1 ;..: For County Judge :
!: cf i Tirtct kisdi isc !T K' r'r ":.a' Dale ;
: 1 ;.: :.r. T. J. --------------.J"1 211 64 23 76 13 15 126 37 9 24 739
? U)NiX)N. J,.: :: --A.; .:G.: :-i- Geo.
A.
Ht! :- :.!.:? a rr, : .:..r.G.: i:: :': :. .orr.r'-a.r.cer cf *. .* Bn':: ?h rTir.df Gardiner i uu 143 96 21 69 65 390 95 102 65 21 1? 10S5
For Sheriff
Bniford coiztj. tzt7i !:A.! ::/jr<--, :*.. r i i o--"r.-:. i to ti* fedr i shTbi I
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h* tr'J v.:: ':1-t! r t6"aJ: ...21 ::.. : : th*. Er.ti-h crier HarphJre..th '-. B. ..LI".1: 15 16 42 290OpO s 92 29 13 15 650

.' r i.* very f*T :! a-y *b *p ::: jir. "Jr. Earl 1.'l.l-_:: :.'. Er.tiih ::::r:;: rcf \'". J. Etpersos ---------- 116 2t' ) 73 75 Ifl" 55 150 74 16 26

.'::), i Lr: : :LE rag cf u.'ii: a:ii was, iic his *u s abcaro, ba_= br.lot For Clerk 11F2m

::.a r.Crl: .: taE a vL: r7f::a::E Cff 'the 7.I.EJC.ry:. H.. C. Richard: uuu._1 173 46 27 oo- 151 54 137 51 15 15 '

Friar ".ati, -:re s**:: Vi I ease *..htHampshire. \\ T. Weeks: 111 12: 40 69 59 3.3;;: ;: :)
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52 11 1026
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: ;: f.:: : !::'JE: ;!': r-t: a htavy: 5% -..? ;-;-.-. For School Superintendent .
;!* :* triith cf fir::: practicaiy ,' ( I
as
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; r.o'iin i deer ,_.. L'Iz-l} -- ---- 15 29 37 1: 11 26 : -
? away f.'on the F44, : ..Cre _4 J_... I ------ 6 2 59 ? ) f 232
lull, for -That is fc 'J.th I EP. A PvJJ s ___ Ol iXDhrc 175 36 41 ::
: a JrilstcrsM is Earl Ktcht::er was ;'.'. hi- Taj :rJ *uuu 207 35 140 31 26 19 592
: !* tht! *&y cf = -77: *. In ...-a14.' Airira! Jellies:: : rpcru: th'r* :' _Second Choice! Vote; 6 14 5 3 7 12 2 0 25 2 1,9; 971

I, the fare cf a f1i tar; !A Wise :'. ;f :: ;a:>: !::re ::.J.! :h:" seat try ir :: :- F. (S. SCli: ---------------2;_;: 72 3 .-) 13 29 o_ 0, 0 0 160

I costly: !: lap-crtiit V., nuk*. prr.-'_':;'... Fred A. Scott 46Ditto 12 31 33 o .
--- 249
-------- 27o 66 )03 13 2-) 555
fi? aj e.ith ; I
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f e* piM.tle. Li:::*- of th: d2.Kr! cf Eir'j: j -Second. Choice "rJt&'J 'J 5 12 0 12 0_ 3 -, 0 a 50106S 605 j,

.- rt '::::H'i j':,;f ha-e !'.t;.: yet KIrepc. .. For Tax Assessor : '

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DAY BEFORE THE BATTLE !; : Sir.U. ,0" .r, Ir. J. Byrd ___uuu__ 65X. 176 52 12 40 f 91 45 195 26 9 10
.f !!& iWp<:r.J.l .a i: 1:: u:1j: ::. IA' Waimnright 119 120 34
uu :0 101 429 67 39 76 21 3-1. 1120 I
:=-r.l Jt':1i.--s :o : z- :' For Ta c Collector
candidates Were Here: Monday to Put n.:r.Jjj10T: I
I Their Houi B. M. Dov.-lir.g --_ _______ 1 JJ ; 191 37 'j-j 70 65 357 16 166 5- 25 2') (
i in Order.Monday "I hav* v rf<;r.a.th cep rET E t I j jCaptaia '
i i !:.a t li !::4 ey'! r.ti Ha.:pew'a' I Ditto-Second: Choice Vote4 1 1 0 0 17 11 0 1 I} 3 3* 1106

was a.tEr cand..:..:E!' Herbert J. Sari!!. R. S.. TritLord 1 1d G. W. Hazen uuu___ 5; 95' 43 49 74 55 5 56 39 3 17 ; 524
Kitckr.r cay for Stark The coutty; 'Jarr ar. S o:: | 15 10 1 0 3 41 565
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teat tht and nary rotrs Irca all aas eur.k:: last nht a: abouto'clock Ei2h; : J. Vernon Jones -----_-___ _)1 23 5 13 3 69 90 10. i _o -I 250

part cf the cosily were in wm, givjr : to trHt Lf the. OiL;!, For Commissioner, Dist. 1

? th: ea.vtdat an opportur.ity to trther: ij a rair.e: or; _a t5rpfso. J. J. Blactorelder _uu__ _u___.___u_ 64 31 ___u _uu- ______ ______ ____ ______ _____ 95
Bare a Ian word with the douttfaloi. ; "Fo r !t>oatssrere ***m by o&5: :rrerson A. H. Williams -
-----------------2:3: 64 _____ _____ ______ _____ ___ 87
j The voters are the candidates'ra. shore to !kav* :r.t' ship.: The xirAs ; I For Commissioner Dist. :2 ____ ___ ______

1 .* rnaEriaL Sonvs cf them: havt r.orth-r.onhTfest; : and h,ayas, 1
f' .....,.... .. \V. R. Alderman _________ ______ 30 ______ ____ "
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inr.ht: grair. are oft and can h* R'ErE .....:..?. Patrol v :5_=*.!s art ditroytrs ___ ______ ___-__ __"" 19 __''_' 491S3
worked at once proceeded to; the : .I R. Andrews ----------- ------ 112 -----------------------------I. "II"Ditto
:: with any kind cf tool, others VJ _____ 60 __...- 172
t are full cf knot and twist, req irir..? '', ar.d a party was feet ..lIJ!.? the: : C'.AtI -Second: Choice Vote __u__ 9 16

harp mis ar.d careful haLd irg, ar
Other! voters: will warp so badly if not capsized beat have been: found :p to C. A. Roberts Uuuu _uu 117 --____ _u_-_ _____'______ __==_= ====== 5 ___=== ====== 122
[ the As the nrhole shore ha :
atthd that they will turn over and presEri. = Ditto Second Choice: Votes
___ 14 __ __
u u uu Uu u____ 6 ____ ___ ?') 142
roll of Leer marched from the airard. I ------ uu u u
oct sight. I j For Commissioner Dist. :J '
Thot who ran for the same oficeatch greatly fear that there is little hope cf I
S. T. '
Doling uuuuu 34 ____ ______ _____
d their sharply.! The there t-ein? ar.y surdvors. ------ -- -u 2"' 243

weapons to fight opponents the rcorr4w's tattle! ( 'I' .1. H. Moore -_________---- 147 '_uu_ uu_ ---_-_ _-___ _u___ _===== 29 ===-- -- =_==== ====:: 176
For Commissioner Dist.t
with ranged all the way f1'ljmIJ-cE-r.- I MR. SCOTT THANKS VOTER : :

t.mewr guns to pine knots and mud I M. M. Griffis ------------ ------ ------ -- _____ :21S ______ 218
I t ---- --- ______ ____ .---___ ______
; pi-s. Some; intrenched:! themselves !1' J wish: to thank rr.y friends: for the ,, J. L. Underhill ---------- ------'--____ ______ ____-_ _____ 297 ______ ______ ____ ______ ______..t 297
}" v.ell that neither shell could reach For Commissioner Dist. :5
CtIT.pHnttary"oe: gives !r.4 e for superir.ter.dent .

:1 th-m, nor could they se the enemy, of public instrictior. and i j J. E. Adkins: ___ -______u ------ -----_ ____u ___u 1'1 __ ____ 21} 0 46
while lore were so sure of victorythat i H. """"
:o assure them cf my appreciation.: I II ---------------------1

;r .they Some took of no the precautionary candidates measures. :that '' the have consolation made! a of clear iti .\ir.z race and that hTave 1 I If!! Ja Ditto;. Reynolds-Second Choice 'otc- ------u' _-_u_ ___-I_ 3 HHH, 5 ====== =='== = t n o> o l' 110 13If: 123 I I

:. sere not so sure had aeroplanes! scout- have done my part in building up a': ; A. B. 10 ______ ____ 6 34 72 j ji
it ire; to f.r.d the enemy's and. i : Surrency --- --- --- _u___ 79 _
position real citizenship.: : -un un unu _____ un__ 4 9" Ml
-- spi-? to find his strength and kptsu i Ditto-Second Choice Vote -u___ _u __ ____ 4 Uu 116
I fetl that I had the support cf the j ------ -- u___ 3 0 9 16
,rillas bu: round the For School Board. Dist. 1 ------ ---- -
y to detached !
up majority of the best people of the! j s ;l

}!'- forces of the opponents and takethem county, and if the contest between'e : : L.V. Kickliter _unuu_ 65 _- _"___ ___u_ __ no 31T
: prisoners. all hri J. C --- ------ ------ -- ------ ---- .
They went : McRae .III -- --
thoe fret o+her o.aces had not been: so ------------- 95 -- 353:
sure of victory. Today's Telojrraph tisht.7 .ircvn. that I v.ould have rec-n I j For School Board. Dist. 2 ------ ------ ----- 0)I I
vdll tell how I ,, 1,
well they succeeded.
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\ your r. )e.ir.:e. J. E. Douglass __ ____ 91
' f 1 You Lne wade I uu u Si 70 ___u.______ __- _. 66 76 __': 354
your ('li':I?. \rir X. E. Roberts uun -
__ 205 '-
THURSDAY HALF HOLIDAYS.TV "v i.r.'T.Jc-r.t; will be mirt aid I will I I For School Board. Dist-uuuu 3 --- 7 19 _---- _u___ ------ 131)' -,) ___u_ _--___1. 331
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: d j all in rr-v r-ower to a'.d ,
help !1.r. 1he' '
Ik I' Chesley Fogg____uu__ _ 49 i I' 143
1. f\m weather has set in, the hod i-i.ard to further the ':aj>" ',f'' Uu -uu uu u _----- 5.J' :, q .

.\. election is over with and the springrush tJu<*aticr.: and for the best 'r.'P.rat cf i For Justice T. B.: Pinholster I uuuu ------..--_-__ ______ -___-- 103 ______ 47 -_-_-_-_-__- -__--__- _- ; 20 i' }i' lit

r"ly' of business is past and therefore the school! I, Dist.0.. 6 '. i .
-nerchants and other business men p.e -ecfuIIy. W. F. Ialph ur ; r!i
-- 224
l -------- ------ ------ ------ ------ 4 ; '
fj''i # of the city, who can do EO, have decided |. i' F. A. SCOTTy I J. C. Poppell -------------,-----_'______ _____", _-_--- -----'---- -"--,-O'-__--_--_--------'---- I'i------'I---_-_-_-i 250
close 12:30 For Justice. Dist. u ------ ---- ------ ---
to up at p. m., beginning 9 ; .

l ; Thursday, June 15th, and ev Clear Skin Comes From Within. \\". T. Reaves --_-____-___ -__u_'_ ___'_ I. 70
uu
(j.; Thursday following until and includingthe It i : u ----- ----- .------ 70
: j is foolish to think you can gain a Jno. K. Stephens T -----------I !1)3
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last in August. _
Thursday Buyers clear ---- 'I
[good complexion by the use of For Constable, Dist. 1 ------, ------ "w i-u -
... should try to remember this and maketheir ![face powder. Get at the root of tns.'tronble he H B. Bennett ------1|, 1,. ,, f
--t purchases Thursday forenoo : and thoroughly:! cleanse! the ------------' 32 --____,'______'------: : I t 32

:J Those who have agreed to close up system with a treatment of Dr. Kin 's J. H. Lottery------------ 94 'I------' '______' :::::>c----------I:::::-I---I I------i-----I :: 94
Ditto ---- ------ ------
{a are: |I New Life Pills. Gentle! and mild in --Second Choice Votes l''IHIII'I'II"1' a-, 95
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'11. J. C. Prevatt ----- ------ ------ ------ --- ------
; N. Sternberz: Ford Garage H.[ action do not _, 42 II' t ,
gripe, yet they relieve ----------- -- ____ ______ : 42
,!J. Baumstein, Fred F. Stump, A. M. Darby : the liver by their action on the bowel I D'tto--Sec Choice Votes, 3 ...I"_'_____-'n--__I -----,------------1------1---,------"------ ---- -i-----------I I -! 3 45

Johns Furniture Co., Starke Hardware : Good for young, adults ar.d aped. Go 1 I II For Constable Dist. 6 ------u---------u----i----1 1 -; .

::f,;t Co., H. G. Mason, Quigley Lumber ( after a clear complexion! today. :25c! at I Jacob J. Johns ---_____--_ -u_'______'_ '_ 3Q 5 I 385
and Supply Co., M. Leviton, City your druggist i) \1. \1. Morgan ----- ---"- -----
.-- 1o3103,
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FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE FIVE

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UNDERHILL IS GRATEFUL. A VOTER FROM WASHINGTON.Mr. 1........................: j


I Bits of LocalInformation I At the ChurchesST. 1 I want to thank-the voters of Starke C. F. Pace-, of Washington, D. :. tatitfaciion For prompt hip return FRUIT and PRO- > i 7
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district for the generous support accorded C., was in Starke Tuesday Mr. Pace DUCE, CHICKENS and EGGS 'iI 1

1 me at the primary, and in return owns valuable property here, which he to t

I MARK'S.No I promise faithful and honest service came to look after, but his principal I Atlantic Produce Co. i '

services Sunday. Sunday schoolat to one and all. reason for coming was to cast his vote Jackionvitlt, :: Florida

.-----,........: the usual hour. J. L. UNDERBILL. here. In the District of Columbia thereis :.......................... J, '.
c.HrftMl.. ".. ,.. fU"'UI, ... no voting and those who came from .
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1 ,"NlMlIM ttf,. C,.*n
zenship of their former homes.
services at the First Baptist COMER L. PEEK .
friends Mr. Pace, though born in Starke,
who
church last Sunday were well attended my many so loyally .
stood by me at the primary I expressmy has made Washington his home for Florida Real Estate, Land and '
L Gaskins, Esq., spent Tuesdayin Sweet beans bones both morning and evening.. The
P. corn, and are the warm thanks and assure them that years. At first he was interested in a .
Starke. principal products exported from pastor preached in the morning and I highly appreciate their efforts in my publishing business with his brother, Timber Ex rL. f"!
Starke just Miss Yearian delivered a splendid address I !
now. Father
behalf. J. C. BYRD. Edward Pace, but of late he
II. W. Raiford, of Raiford, was in on rescue work at night. The has held an important auditorship under S3 years Experience at Starke. Ii : '

town Monday. Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson and lecture was greatly enjoyed by those CARD the government.Mr. .
who heard her. She is thoroughly acquainted OF THANKS.I +t4444"t'+!4 $ .
I children and :Mrs.: D. E. Knight motored Pace left for Jacksonville, to
Col. C. L. Peek was in Jacksonville |I l over to Jacksonville one day of with and thoroughly inter- attend to some business, and from I

Wednesday. ]last week, the doctor having been called ested in her work. She handled her sincerely thank my many friendsfor there he went for a short sojourn at YouV'Grocei8COTFES
i there on important business. subject in a way that all felt that she their support at the primary, and Pablo Beach. His friends here O'Ask .j f

T. M. Hagan, of Hampton, was inI I j I Ii knew what she was talking about. Her I assure them that they shall have no were glad to greet many him. ..

town Monday.W. >i| Among those living elsewhere who manner is that of a Christian lady. reason to regret their choice.A. .

i came here to vote Tuesday were R. A. We wish her God-speed on her work. S. CREWS. "FANNY AND THE SERVANT GIRL

T. Dryden, of Theressa, was in j Wells, Hampton Springs, 0. W. Alvarez One was given the hand of fellow- PROBLEM.
Starke Tuesday. and Jack Smith, of Jacksonvilleand ship at the morning sen-ice. The sub- CARD OF THANKS. 4 ANN

( Lucian Wainright, of Pablo Beach. ject for the morning service was "Why ,/

Mr. II. L. Brownlee and family spent | people attend church.: The students from the Gainesville i
I want to let friends know how
lake. i Next Sunday morning he will preach my High School put on a very attract te i
last week at Kingsley j Mrs. I). E. Knight and children, Hol much I appreciate their efforts in
''lis and Paul Ernest, are spending theweek on "Why people do not attend church." behalf and to thanks my for play at the High School auditoruim .*;

Banker X. T. Pitch has a fine patchof in Jacksonville, the guests of A special invitation is given to all heir splendid vork express in the my primary of here on Wednesday night, May 31st.
:
millet Temple street. 1 : church to attend this ser- The jolly crowd came over from .
pearl on Mrs. Chas. Larson. While away they non goers June 6th. .
i: will at' vice. Gainesville in a transfer truck. They Best By
spend part of the time Pablo Very respectfully, Every Testc. ,
Miss: Ruth Otwell, of Palm Beach, i I Beach. Subject for the evening, "No man H. C. RICHARD. were chaperoned bylr.. and Mrs. |

visiting: her sister Mrs. J. L. Peek. |I cares for my soul! The public is cor- Cheves. i .

X. B. Hull has a patch of sweet corn dially invited. A very fair crowd greeted the young j jpkiyers r. !

Little Miss Emma Hoffman of Dun- ': Oxofl on Thompson alley, the most DENMARK THANKS FRIENDS. considering the scant publicity COFFINS -r CASKETS ..r'

nellon, is visiting her uncle, Mr. T. P. j flourishing we have ever seen. The I II AT NEW ZION given. Every actor played his or her (
And full line of
Wall. i place had been, used as a chicken lot I highly appreciate the loyalty of role to perfection, showing close and a *

I during the winter, which accounts for my friends in endeavoring to reelectme painstaking study, and those who were Undertakers' Supplies ,
New Zion Methodist church in the
Messrs. Goodman and II. Freemanare its richness.TO. for sheriff. While I failed in election lucky enough to witness the play were
Always on hand. The best service ;
of this last Sun-
western part county
stopping at the City Hotel, Xorth it is a source of great satisfaction highly elated. .t
day, was the place and scene of the I The cast of characters follows at the lowest P!lees. Special
Starke. DOG OWNERS. for me to know that the friends I :
I largest gathering that had assembled have are real, and I heartily thank Fanny, Edith Parker. attention to telegraph orders. .1

Col. A. V. Long and family have there for years. The occasion was that them for their efforts in my behalf.S. Lord Warren Bantock, her husband,
I Owners of dogs are hereafter required of the "Memorial Sermon" of the late Robert Swanson. Registered Embalmer ,
moved out to Kingsley lake for the B. DENMARK
to keep their dogs muzzled. Bro. Henry P. Kerce. ReJ.. A. The Misses Wetherell, Vernon's it <

summer. I Any dog found unmuzzled on the ,' Hendry, of the Methodist church in aunts, Ida Crompton, Cecil Cobb. DeWITT C. !JONESSuc'sr I

A. A. Durden, one of Hampton's I streets of Starke will be killed. This Starke', preached the sermon from 2nd BRANDEIS TAKES SEAT ON Bennett, the butler, Albert Dorman.Dr. to G. C. Livingston & Co j.I

solid citizens, had busines sin Starke I is for the safety of the public. Timothy 4:6-8" "I am ready to be offered SUPREME COURT BENCH Freemantle, the family physician Starke, Fla.'J
SILAS KITE
Monday. etc. Paul Willoughby. _
; 2t. Chief of Police. The theme was that of a finished life WASHINGTON, June C.-Louis D. George P. Newte, her former busi- !1-- l

W. U. Hammons, a prominent citi- I and its reward. The congregation was Brandeis of Boston, yesterday took his ness manager, Carl Perry ,

zen of the Lulu section, was in town SUMMER NORMAL TERM AT made up of people from Georgia, Lake seat as an associate justice of the Su- :Mrs: Bennett, the housekeeper, Au- General InsuranceI It I-

Wednesday. I KEUKA.Term Butler, Havana and Worthington and preme court, the sixty-second citizen drey Che'es.Bullard. t

surrounding county. The preacher to achieve this honor. The ceremonieswere represent none but FIRST 1 t

A gentle and copious rain fell over begins June 19 and continues impressed the truth of greatness by precisely; the same as for the Jane, her ladyship's maid, Grace I CLASS companies and will be 1

this section Thursday and made every- eleven weeks. Reasonable rates. Class goodness, victory by struggle, victoryby last generation. The chief justice of Honoria, the under house maid, constantly on the alert to pro- i
body happy.Mr. will be small and you will fare better faith in Jesus Christ. chambers administered the oath of allegiance Louise Fleming. mote interests. Guarantee
your e
than where classes are large. 18 miles Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kearn entertained -
to the country. None but Ernest, the footman, Billie Glass.
all
treatment to
west of Palatka on A. C. L. Have courteous pa
the preacher at their beautiful members of the court witnessed this
E. P. Duncan, bank examiner,
been very successful in this work. trons. A well written policy bya
of Tallahassee, has been in Starke dur- Come and enjoy a term with us. I country home dui ing his stay in the part of the ceremony, which took place CARD OF THANKS.We first-class agent in a first-
ing the week. I Address community.Rev. a few minutes before noon. When the
I Hendry was formerly presiding the bench class company sometimes means
J. X. OVERHULTZ, I court marched to at noon
Messrs. A. A., E.M. and G. W. Ha- ;5194t. Interlachen, Fla. elder here and the people were the r.e'.v justice, following close behind wish to thank our many friends much in case of loss by fire.

t- zen Starke, of Monday.Brooker, had business i n i THE JUNE EXAMINATION. I him glad again.of the opportunity of hearing .clerk took of a seat the court.beside James D. :Maher for ing their the illness kindness and and death sympathy of our dear dur- l H. C. RICHARD, Ike J

Henry P. Kerce had for "Z; years little Clifford. Though: our hearts ale I
dished by sadness we Lave the blessed
I been faithful member of the Methodist
Mrs Oscar Alvarez and little son, The June examination of applicants a No 666 will cure Malaria or Bilious assurance that Jesus doeth all: 4..N...........11Z ......
church and beloved by those
\T of Jacksonville spent Sunday in Starke for teachers' certificates is going cr> at was Fever.. It kills the germs. things well, and our little darling'ssufferings ..
2T
who knew him. A FRIEND.
with relatives. I the High! School, under the leadership are over. t (Sanitary MarketW.

[lof Superintendent F. G. Schell, assi.-t- among tho e who joined after its organization His sZ
i parents,
I Mrs G. C. Livingston and little ed ly Rev. L. W. Kickliter and Mr. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH HOLDS viz: Vasco Alvarez, Ma- J. M. DUBOSE, J R. Strickland

daughter are in Jacksonville this week Chesley Fogg, of the school board, and HISTORICAL MEETING linda Blitch, Atlanta Blitch, J. L. N. E. DUBOSE. i i
Fresh Meats Sau Hams
visiting friends. Prof. Albert Dubose. The examina- Brownlee, Henry Baxter, Mary Alice ge,

I tion began Tuesday afternoon and will On Wednesday evening of last week Burke, Bessie Davis, Virginia Ensey, DOES SLOAN'S LINIMENT HELP t and Fish. i
Mrs. Cora Sanders of Jacksonville, Jennie Goss John W. Hull 1t
continue until Saturday. Twenty-five Mary E.
there held at the
Presbyterian
spent Sunday with her friends, the was RHEUMATISM? | Highest Price Paid for Poultry i r
ladies and fifteen gentlemen are tak- church historical meeting that was Johnson, Hattie J. Johns, Augustus ,
I Misses Baisden. I ing the examination. In next week's a The Knight, T. A. Knight, Lula Miller, A. Ask the man who uses it, he knows. and
exceedingly interesting. pastor, "To think I suffered all these i Egg .
issue of the E. : John P. Pratt Carrie L. years
Telegraph we will probably ReII.. G. Denison arranged Morgan, ,
:Miss Mabel Colley and little sister, I be able to give the names of the relative to the, history of a program the- Reinoehl, L. Emma Truby, Anna Ti- when one cured 25 cent"bottle of Sloan'sLiniment $ One door east o/C. A. Darling

Lois, visited relatives and friends in successful ones and their rating.EVERETTCHASE. son, Adolph Von Kirn, Henry Wilson, me, writes one grate-
Church of Starke
Lawtey last week. I First Presbyterian Lille A. Wall. ful user. If you have rheumatism or Ninth S!!, Starke. 24N
which was as follows: suffer from neuralgia, backache .
Miss Amelia Ray spent several days Hymn No. 358, read by Mrs. H. G. gation.Hymn No. 425, sang by the congre- ness and stiffness, don't put off gettinga sore- .... .N...4.4.........

.
this week at Kingsley lake, the guestof Denison. "The Church of Tomorrow," Miss bottle of Sloan's. It will-give you Whenever You Need a General Tonic
Mrs. A. V. Long. A pretty wedding took place at the Hymn No. 300, sang by the con n'e- Hazel Brown. This was an interest- such welcome relief. It warms and Take ()ro"e'sThe
home of Mr.: and Mrs. D. C. Chase gation. soothes the stiff
I ing prophecy of what the members of sore, painful places Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
Edwin Freeman, who has been at- | Sunday afternoon, when their daughter Psalter 55 read in concert. the Sunday school will do in the fu and you feel so much better. Buy it dull Tonic is equally valuable as a

tending the University of Florida, has i Miss Lila, was given in marriage Prayer by Senior Elder J. M. Truby. ture. at any drug store, only 25c. ((1)) General Tonic because it contains the
returned home for the summer vaca- j UoMr. Chas. D. Everett. The ceremony Isaiah, 35th chapter, read by Mrs well known tonic properties QUININ
"What the foes of the church?
are and IRON. It acts tbs Liver, Drives
tion. j performed by Dr. A. 0. Worthing, of E. T. Campbell. You on
al
get the
An indifferent important national
community, a worldly out Malaria, Enriches the Stood and
the writ-
"Data from ,
the a
Episcopal church, witnessedby past paper
was
Sunday, an unused Bible, the grip of state, county news in the Telegraph. Builds up the Whole System. SO cents
invited ten by Miss Ella May: Long, from
and
We made the mistake in our last issue many guests, the scene business.
Discussed Rev. H. G.
the had which are the following extracts: by ,
of saying that "Grandma" Chase was very pretty, as parlor Denison. ------- -- --
been decorated in honor of the event The First Presbyterian church of I
was a Presbyterian. She is an Episco- j
Mrs. J. R. Halligan read Numbers
-
palian. and the bride, the principal figure, Starke, Florida, was organized December H,9
15th the M. church 13th chapter and 30th verse, and gavea .
looked more charming than ever in 1884, in E.
Mr. her tasteful: bridal raiments. where the Episcopal church now practical talk on the subject
Roy Murdaugh, of Bradentown, Hymn No. 359 the B. Z. MATTHEWS r
by
The is stands. It was organized by Rev. A. sang congre-
is the guest of his brother, Mrs Newton groom a popular young
Murdaugh, proprietor of the City builder of Jacksonville and the newly W. Sproul and R. B. Mattice, Rev. gation.Benediction.
HotelA. wedded couple took the afternoon Mattice being the first pastor. The Artesian Well DrillerI

train for the metropolis, where they organization was completed with 23

L Alvarez has bought a fine will make their future home. The members, as follows: +.++++ 1I II NIMH IM +++++ I have had twenty-four experience in

young Jersey bull from L. C. Powell, bride will be much missed among her Katherine Dohm, Carolina Dohm, + years

which will be used for improving the many friends here, but all unite in Ludwick Dohm, Mrs. Dickman, Geo. + CHURCHES. +

breed of cattle. wishing Mr. and Mrs. Everett all hap- C. Hamm, Jennie Hamm, L. C. Hull, + + Well drilling in Florida. -

piness in their journey through life. Mary C. Hull, N. B. Hull, Rosa Klein- BAPTIST-Rev. W. G. Law. + ,

Last Sunday morning :Mr. T. P. Wall schmidt, G. W. Livingston, Emaline + Sunday school, 9:45 A.1.: I guarantee to satisfactorily complete all .

WM formally ordained elder and be- STARKE HAS Y. M. C. A. OFFICERBy Livingston, Kate Livingston, Kate + Morning service, 11:00; Sun- + !

came a member of the session of the Mattice, Jennie L. Pickering, J. M. + day 7:30 P.1.. Visitors cor- + ---CONTRACTS

Presbyterian church. Truby, William Wright, Abraham + dially invited to attend. *
the visit Wednesday of 0. E. Bailey, Mrs. M. E. Truby, Helen E. + + Raiford, :-: Florida
Maple, state secretary of the Florida i .
Mr. and Mrs. Dodge, of Atlanta, State Young Men's Christian Assso- Davis, Thos. Hopkins, Mary Hopkins, + CHRISTIAN-W. H. Coleman, + ...
are stopping withIrs.: Elizabeth Augusta Von Kirn. + minister. Preaching the first + ..
whose
ciatiop, office is in Jacksonville,
Johns. Mr.: Dodge is assisting in the Starke has a representative of that The first elders to be ordained and + and third Sundays in each +
city sewerage work. installed were George W. Livingston, + month. Forenoon sermon at 11 + -
organization.. Albert Dubose was ) )OO(
I Levi C. Hull, Wm. Wright, and J. \1. + and evening sermon at 7:30. + COOcOOOOCOCOOOOCOO<
.
appointed correp Master Hollis Knight returned duties will be to notify the state office Truby. Elder George W. Livingstonwas + Church board meeting the first +
Saturday morning from a delightfulvisit when appointed to attend the first meet- + Sunday in each month. Loyal +

with Earl Hendry on their big from this a community man or young to another man moves com- ing of Presbytery, which was held at Daughters meet every Friday + Prevent Accidental LossTo

farrm near Gainesville. Eustis. + afternoon at 4 o'clock. Ladies +
munity or city, or goes to college. The
Among those who gave memorial + Aid Society meets the first Fri- + J.
state office of Y. M. C. A. then asks its
Miss Kate Livingston Mrs. Susan! windows to the church were Mrs. Wil- + day in each month at 3:30 p. m. +
in the man's
representative keep a considerable
new of
young amount
Voorhees of bur Mrs. Goss Miss Storm money on hand
Jacksonville, and Miss home whether in this state or another Mrs. Farris + Sunday school every Sundayat +
Marie Livingston sailed Tuesday on and others. + 10 a. m. Everybody welcomeat + '
state look him is bothersome
to and introducehim
up dangerous and
the Arapahoe for New York. The pastors who have served this + these services.EPISCOPALRev. + altogether un ,.
I to good people and the pastor and
church from the time of its
organization *
+
Little members of the church of his choice. necessary.The .
Nellie and Winnifred, daugh- I The Florida state association has are as follows: Richard B. lattice + A. Osmond of.

ters of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Mott. have been at work only since October, but j A. K. Strong, S. C. Farris, D. D., + Worthing, priest in charge. + '1
returned from Winter Garden JG. W. Snodgrass J. A. Wm.I
where Hughes .
,
has established nineteen representa- I + Sunday school, 9:30 a m. Morning + convenient and safe of
they visited their aunt, Mrs.: T. A. I tives. | Lindsey, Ph. D., p. D., E. G. McI way meeting obligationsis
I + and +
Martin.Prof. sermon, 11:00
prayer
R. H. Morris J. C.
Kinley,
,
I Gourley,
I + o'clock. by in the bank and check book in
I iC. P. Beard II. Broad, J. C. DorwardRev. Evening prayer and + money a ..

R. A. Green who has lately Mrs. J. H. Ritch and children left :\McCombs.. R. H. Nassau. DIX + sermon, 7:00 o'clock. Choir re- +
,
graduated from the Florida University Thursday Boach. for a sojourn at Daytona W. Morgan, B. B. Staats and H. + hersal, Saturday, 3:30 P. M. + the pocket.

passed through Starke Monday: G. Denison. + +
on his The church was incorporated January + METHODIST-Rev. John A. +
way from Gainesville to New -
River, his home. How's This ? 14th, 1916. There was originally; + Hendry, pastor. Sunday schoolat + Our Officers invite those who aim for efficiency in _

:23: charter members, and there has + 9:45 A. M. Morning ser- *
We offer One Hundred PoIIars Re- the administration of their personal finances to .
Mr c. been added, at different times 175
S. Durling + vice, 11:00 o'clock +
went to Jackson- ward for any case of Catarrh that can- ; evening
iJ1c last Tuesday not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. more, making a total of 198 members *
and sailed on the + service, 7:30 o'clock. '
Arapahoe for New Hall's Catarrh Cure has been taken since organization. open a Checking Account in this Institution
York, where she by catarrh sufferers for the + +
will visit l her son until the first of October thirty-five years, and has become past "In memoriam," by J.1.. Truby + PRESBYTERIAN-Rev. H. G. + *
known as the most reliable remedy for This paper stated that 13 of the char- rI
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure acts thru + Dennison, Pastor. Sunday +
ter members have died
follows
the Blood on the Mucous surfaces expelling as : + school at 9:45 A. M. Preaching .
(this the Poison Abram Bailey Katherine Dohm -
Mabel from the Blood and Lud- Bank of Starv
undo to Colley left Tuesday for healing the diseased portions. wick Dohm, Mrs. Dickman, George C. + services: at regular hours. +
her attend the wedding of After you have ta'ien Hall's CataTrhCure Hamm. Jennie Hamm, L. C. Hull + Morning service at 11 A. M.; +
,
wsm Miss for a short will
time see t
Lillie to you agreat ,
May Colley,
bi : Basil improvement in your general i Mary C. Hull, Thomas Hopkins, G. W. + Evening service, 7. Visitors +
bride has May, of Homosassa. The health. Start taking Hall's: Catarrh Livingston, Emeline Livingston Jen- : + cordially invited to worship + Starke Florida .
many friends in Staie who Cure at once IIn.1.t rid of catarrh. i :-:
: i congratulations Send for testimonials, free. i nie Pickering, Wm. Wright, Helen E. + with us. +
them to the pair and F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo Ohio. I Davis. + +-

happiness through life. Sold by all Druggists. Tic. I The church has lost 23 by death, +++++ 11111111 tIt ) i++4++ ooocQoooQooc4oc.ooocoo4
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L> PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRID.\. JL'XE 9, Wlt I


!I HARD FIGHTING EXTENDS BRADFORD GRADUATES JACKSONVILLE SPENDS $3.000,000 !

I SHE REJOICES MANY BATTLEFIELDS -
OVER
When Work is Complete Will Have
I a r
Three Young Men Honored by Modern Wharf System. Used Cais i-

CAUSE Austrian Advance Has Been I University of Florida.The I

F
Slowed Up by Italians- Nearly $3,000,000 of combined pub .
College Agriculture and the lie and private capital is being expended c .
ING IS Turks Repulsed.The Teachers' College of the University of at the present time in Jacksonville ..- !

Florida graduated: three Bradford I for the construction of terminal Cars of standard make and dep iabf "
same bitter righting has been county young men on June f. Last '! and docking facilities. : : 'r quality when n< ,,
in good
going on at Verdun, with the French year there were six graduates from When this work is finished Jacksonville repair; give better
r Mrs. Pegg Couldn't Find and the Germans locked in a struggle Bradford. The Bradford County Clubat !!; will have a complete modern sys1 : r service than new cars of uncertain ; 1':
r
Cause of Terrible '!'of such even proportions that neither the University has been active this 1 II tern of docks and terminals. I formances. We take in ; r'
; j
Face side can gain other than a trifling year in keeping up the college spirit Railroad tracks, cotton ware houses new Cadillac cars automobiles for
Blistered Her many
momentary advantage. But fightingof and endevoring to get other young and compresses; with docks, wharves i the } ft ;
'.- Evidence Valuable. a more or less violent nature hasbeen men to enroll. Those who are still I and ware houses all municipally owned ': t-" best makes, which are in good conk t

spreading to other sections of there are Sidney D. Padgett and Low- I are part of a general scheme to tion. These are.put into first class .

I want half a dozen bottles 1' (' enormous war zone of Europe and ell Hodge?, of Lake Butler Edwin W. I give the city of Jacksonville shippin I in our own repair shops before shape ;

lac, for I am going to continue Asia although Verdun still is rated Freeman, of Starke, Lacy G. Thomas, facilities unrestricted by private in- they are .' ."
offered
self and start the rest of my I j the chief military operation. and 0. B. Hazen, of Brooker. I'terests. It is estimated that 80 percent I again for sale under a : :

on it," was the somewhat The Austrians are continuing their of the whole project is complete '.'
statement of Mrs. Peter P. : attempts to batter through the Italian I t odate and it is expected to formally

West 24th street, wife of a left and get out of the Alps on to the open it for public use on July 4, 1911i( ,
vile carpenter who is well Venetian plains, Northern Italy, but 'iur i tlawr with a celebration and ceremonies. The Money-BackCuarant

among the builders of this the Italian: now back in their main I total investment will approximate $!,-
positions in the territory south of 500,000. .

city."For five long years," I Trent and Riverto, have so greatly The congestion of the other shipping

Mrs Pejrpr, "I have suffered slowed up the force of the invaders' i points in Jacksonville however, has These used
; that the Austrians barely be even in its cars are guaranteed to
most awful headaches any poor ; blows can present uncompleted state .. give
tal ever had and it seemed like said to be making headway. The cen- made it necessarythat the municipal purchaser satisfaction. If they fail to do

ing on earth in the way of ter of the army is carrying out the plant be used to store and ship lum so the purchase price will be refunded
treatment would give any eI Austrian offensive move is not finding ber. The "Thelma". a three masted at ,
or time in
couldn't find out what caused progress very difficult but the Italian I sailing vessel I from Boston, has the any seven days. A booklet we

i' for one would say one thing wings have so held back the Austrian honor of being the first to load at the : have just issued gives this "moneyback"guarantee

I would say another. A doctor flanks that the center is in danger I new dock. She cleared last: week witha in full and explains
the trouble was caused by my I of envelopment. lead of lumber for Boston. why we'
can
--- -- protect purchasers witn
as I have had to sew a good ; I i The war spirit has struck the Balkan : The site of the municipal docks and it. Write or ".
since I took Tanlac I have region too. The Bulgars, largely i terminals comprises 141 acres 44 of call for free copy of this booklet before :

think different. I reinforced and aided by German artillery : which were reclaimed from the St. you buy a car.

"The hurting in my head and German officer: have advanced Johns river, which it face.It is located

so bad that I have actually from Bulgarian to Greek territory k just outside the city limits:, three ,

my face in the hope of in the direction of Kavala, to the V I'i. miles from the city's center. Used Car Department .
pain. I took all kinds of : ;:;t of Saloniki, evidently bent on I \ .. : r' ". When all the wharfage constructed ; ,,

things like pills and headache ;:; the extreme right wing of over the interlocking steel bulkhead i is

I and the like, but never got any ]I he llritish-French-Serbian force en- BARNETT II. ADAMS.\ completed it will have a length of 7- ,iet r t CLAUDE NOLAN .

than a little temporary relief. ( on the hills surrounding the Barnett D. Adams of Hampton has 700 feet. To date 5,200 feet have been Xs'aa.

I headaches would come back and' :eaport. the distinction; of being the only University completed. An average depth of thir : : Nolan Building, Main Street
get so bad I thought they would It is not known yet whether this ad- graduate JIampton has ever ty feet of water will be secured along Jacksonville
Fla
, ; me crazy. '(> of the Bulgarians, which has had. He has the esteem of all his the front facing the docks.In 9 if!

I "About three months ago I (' nothing but a few companies of classmates. lie was vice-president of I the center of the line, stretching 118 E. Broughton St. Savannah Jj
to hear and read a lot about ;rf'(>k soldiers so far, is an attempt by Peabody Club and of the Bradford from one end of the property to the Gas

and I made up my mind to try Central powers to take the initi- County Club in 1915-1(5. "Runt," as other, along the river front, the piers Distributor
cause I've been constipated a \'e in the Balkan region, or whether the boys call him did his work in and ware houses have been located. Cadillac Cars

i deal and my stomach hadn't is intended to forestall the Allied three years and three months. He dida There are two filled piers 260 feet

i good order for a long time. northward, arrangements for little high school work at Lake Butler wide and 1,000 feet long each. On one "Ite House of UtoUB Svc" ,
taking just one bottle I felt are still being carried out. but practically all of it was finished of the piers there is located two ware ;
. than I'd felt in a year and I .' has protested to the Central in the Georgia Normal College and houses. Each ware house is 9:] feet .lfj

have any more headaches than over this new desecration of Business Institute of Douglass, Ga., wide by 1,000 feet long; steel frame
. never heard of such a thing. : soil: but it is evident that King where he graduated in the Scientific corrugated iron sides and paved with

1 "I've been sewing right along is not contemplating any Course in 191:!. Mr. Adams has beena grouted brick. They are served by H-----
beginning on Tanlac, but it don't resistance to the move. teacher since 1908. During his college three railroad tracks running the
to have any had effect. The In Armenia and Northern Persia the career he has taught during the length of the piers. The other pier 1

; regulated my stomach and !:, by a series of counter-attacks, summer in Gad.-den county, and for will be used for handling the less per- E 6rr
the headaches been attempting oust the Rus ishable materials and will
constipation and that reason entered college one month have cov- s /
E H
i I That's the reason I'm back here from some of the territory the late each year. He received the degreeof red ware houses for the present.
,! more Tanlac. I need a little "' troops have occupied but the Bachelor of Arts in Education anda The two piers form a large slip,

I self to get me in the best have met with defeat in ev State Certificate. He, too, will continue which; ....;accommodate\ several shipsat

i some of the others haven't been instance. his teaching profession. one time. It has an average depth Make '.1,
II I best of health and I Want a There is scarcely any activity along of thirty feet. Constructed around the I your family 1 y

I, use on them. battle line in Russia, while only piers and forming the slip is a thirty- 0.
I "I think Tanlac is the most sporadic conflicts of minor nature have foot marginal wharf which acts bothas proud of their home t
! ful medicine I ever used and ; /(' reported along the northern part ;, a buffer for the piers and furnishes

, ready to recommend it to any the line in France, where the British unloading space between the ware I YOur wife and children cannot take a I
* woman that suffers as I did and the Germans are facing each houses and the ships. The marginal pride in their home if the house is faded

t\ certainly will do what they But the slaughter at Verdun wharf is constructed of cypress, with and \\eather-beaten. That means no- i, I

f will." (24)I goes on, the Germans still seeking foundation laid on cresoted pine pit paint. And for mansion or cottage, the I I
Tanlac is sold exslusively in to break through the French po.-i- ing. Since the whole project was started best paint is: ,,
I I by C. P. Cason; in Lake I I between Douaumont and Vaux it has been found necessary to
I Tomlinson-Maines Drug Co.; in of the Meuse river and to drive build 1,199 additional lineal feet of

I ton by the Hampton Ficnch from the A\ocourt-Dead wharfage, and the work is now under \filO
Lawtey by the Cash Drug 'I Man's[ Hill No. "04-Cumieres line on gE' t : II l.
:
Raiford by the Weaver Drug way.Back
f .
of the ,
west bank stream. Occas from the water front the ,- '
I and in Worthington by R. T. pier.and ;; {! '" l
1: C. A. Smith, Sampson, Fla- gains made by both sides are I I the ware houses about one-fifth of ---- -M: -r "'. 9v
whittled to nothing the mile LEAD 1
I t tI away by a the cotton compress and warehou"p AND ZINC PAINT
lta'k". The losses !
German;
i is located. Between the two FIWtB --LLOh5 WEARS LONGER
rottoUIHECTIOXS IN ) .\ 1
! Verdun are now rated! as high at point buck runways will be constructed
i i OR USING; CATTLE DIP. OOOOi men, while the French are be and electric trucks will be used i in K

'" to have lost between l."iliOO) ( transporting the cotton to and from guarantee Dc\oc Lead and Zinc Paint to.'u

1! I One Florida farmer lost three /\ 1 i.it)011 \ the! water front. absoltittlv ptuc. When you paint with Do e

! I recently by arsenic poUoning. The depress building is of reinforced you save palmiltOCf'lfewt f callons to buy: \,Ill
I vas attempting to rid thorn of PROHIBITION ONVF.yriON. \ II I concrete 420{: feet i by !MI feet save labor-noncv-frwfr! gallons: to spreaJ l; \'*>u P

I :old they absorbed the poison S.S I In addition to capacity for compressing ; pet a better Imkinz; paltlt-.. -pure paint ; and it IWe
their skins. Instead of dipping By the power vt.-ted in me by the B 1 .\, IIl'1\ ES.: JI J ISO balean hour the building will \\ill be a longer time I before .\oa need anotiurpaintjo
animals or spraying them, as I Central Committee of the Pro 'i hold ,000; baL-s of: uncompressed cut l',).
tions suggest, he applied the dip Party of Florida I hereby\ I grad-uate: I ton, ,0t'0: ( bales of ordinary compre.ss'ed -
a cloth. ( a convention of the Pruhibitioni.-ts\ I from the ('olll'gof Agriculture, ,' cotton and 1-V'OO' bales of cotton Whv have :i i1lhh\ househrn! it will: cnr"U

Hither the dip was not the state of Florida! to meet at received the Bachelor's: degree from "Imprl'ssul on the high-density pi'ess. I so little t'> make it attnrmc with lX-voc- : ,
| I enough or it was rubbed too much I that college. He did his high schoolwork I Thenare two in toJJlnd Sr-ip
; ksonvillc, Fla., Tuesday, June :2"0"). I c conipies-.es; ordinary Itt us iveou color card .IUJ
i I the animals' skin. John M. Scott ( at the Alachuu High School and! and the I
: other
i ;. at ID o'clock a. m., for the !)Ul'- / a highden.ity"press. : show you several harmonious combinations.
i imal industrialist to the :; :-' of nominating (candidate for in the preparatory classes at the L'ni- An artesian well will furnish II !
i I Florida Experiment: Station says I and.! national oiTu-e.- and for the ver-ity. In the fall of 15H2, he entered I water for the: compress building. STARKE HARDWARE CO.
I there is very little danger from IOU of delegates and alteinates to the Fl'l'-hman cla-s at the University I Work on the municipal docks and I ,

; t .'erne poisoninghon the dip i is I II "' piohibitioti national convention, to of Florida! registering in the College j terminals began alout three years, ago STARKE, FLORIDA

I I{ and applied according to diu'ftion.Th held at St. Paul. Minnesota, July Agrirultuie.. i'' K | <' following pivcuutioiis (' --_':;. liiir! ) During his; collegiatecour.e, I.e hasbeen charge; of Mr. J. C. O'Dell. foryears I -I.

! j ing dipping are issued I by the Each: county is entitled to two ik-le- I an active member of the Agricultural j with the Central of Georgia; ,

I !' Hoard: of IIt'althlIimal. should "'s and! an additional for each 25: club, the Bradford County Club] i railroad, ard from time: to time con- .. -
,! )be dipped when they are oLI' or fraction thereof, cast for Eu and of the Tennis club He has I a en i i nerted with important construction

I They should 1 be watered before 'nl' W. Chafin in the election of ll.ll> :!. an active member of the r.1.: I'. .\. j project- the South. Mr. J. K. Craig
I are dipped :so that: they will not It is my desire to I''c''ifrl1m ev He was li Lieutenant of his cumpany it construction engineer. r liyT. riSlt
!! the dip. Animal .should\ not bo prohibitionist of the state, advance in the University Battalion where he j i "Our present tlevelopment said r< 11 / tc N
i pod' during rain unless they had! three years military training. !I Hubliard)
a (I.'I'st i""s as to our platform, also j I' "is simply the basis for
j 1 loused 1 immediately upon ('\ : as to who can attend the Shortly; after graduation, he expectsto ) 'I plftiou of ll.fll) foot of bulkhead we c c' ,,
! from the vat. They should lonvention. enter a" special agent in the citrus a murh greater one. With the comrill *

: turned on pasture until they l The number of delegate to each canker; eradication work in Floiitla.lle I \ hive a total of 4,200 fuet. The -

dried or the drip may fall upon is apportioned! as follow: ,I was beneficiary! of the (;i. S. & F. docks will rise on an average of five b L-i
.' grass and kill the grazing I Alachua; ; Baker :;; Bay :!; Brad- -iholar-hip.! feet above. the water and the average
., Weak or pregnant animal imild : ) ', .">; Bievard '1; Biovvard :j; Cal- depth of water will bo .",0 feet.
l la dipped: but should be : (, i Citrus ,'! Columbia 4 i iI "The bulkhead ROUND
; ; Clay; ; i I i are being constructed LOW TRIP SUMMER RATES
: washed down instead. I ,\ (' r.; DeSoto fi:; Diival i'; Escainbia1'ra iI I of steel and concrete. The Seaboard 1 /1 -
j FROM
: ; nklin ::: Cad-den; ". Hamilton I j I )Dredging Co., of Jacksonville JACKSONVILLE
: PROFIT( HY TIIInon' :-, ; ; I IaWI1'l,1! was k. U.i.....-.. ..?.$ IT.75 CYrotde.. -. .... I'1..< C,..,.....Ii ._SUN
lltniandit .
; 4; Hill-bui-nugh !fig: ]Holmes the dredging contract la tugu"t 11.. ., '-'.. .. -n ow S..P..I. M .i 1.,1. .. II-II
I .. .
; !; Jackson 7; Jcffer-on : Lafayette .\ and Messrs. trade C.lr.J Spri.g.. 'A w 1>. .:k *s7? hu..II..e. t9S.hL.heGry
; II flower & 11. ...., un
\\'a<,11'notlwr Dav. WIBBIPCI Mil el I'
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; Lake Wade ,78'" T ... )
; :); Lee 4: Leon : ; Levy 4; railroad eontracttors, of Jacksonville Po..I..4_.. WW 1MI M......t. SG.411 VT> 1.4-Fr.... Licks J5 .a
When you me worried)" ., -!- :'.; Madison! :i; Manatee '); y. t have the contract to con.-truct t'1 S..nl... ...-, .' 9'II: M W 106 d ot 10 "t..q.....".. Si;6 11 i It.lr.it ruled ....._-. 41 4!M I*
. P lameness 'iou *Ii Monroe Nassau :: ( ka- the retaining bulkheads. Sra Fn.e ...l I.... W l 41 HLO.AOKI.
, y and urinary ; ; ; Bdf.l. 4* t J C tuvl.aq"
I i CUci.r 1'... .......... ,.>.;s N.u. Fllll .. 4H Vl.aBMkCot 1191
Don't experiment Yo ith an \ :,; Orange 7; O-ceola 4: Palm .\. G.; :Mendenhall is the engineer i intharge I1 1 L.w runt t. sibs C.l i medicine.i : 4; Pasco 4; Pinellas .">: IVlk ;'f; of the work. r 1 the 1'10..4.G'lOt. l... ..' KCk< Ml>..1.'". Fr.>.rti>...l.I'l ,... ..... I.....Wkrc .... "u
i () thousand of : .">; Santa: Puss >' Semino'.e'! :' l i; .. .
l) as people <: >; T.cL. o> .10 d.il.il Sopt.O. ......1,..,i O'{. JlVARURI
, '. John.J I I't.; I.ui-je :i Suniu-i V. I:. Sapp. of NewRiver .
: IIII! ; : I '! has: for FHOlTFTOnFVAFR.l <;\l Tl Ala:.(:OLOR.'DO
!1 U>e Doan's Kidney Pilis. : \1\\:1111"1' 4; Taylor 4; \'ulu"ia:1; ; sale hog cholera[ medicine! which he i' SPftl\'CLRCA\fftf.S. SVN \Mlstil..
I'' I'UR rL.\\). Sfc T'l'
\nil: C.
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'will
Head I this Gainrg'illt''t'ill.'nt' :I; Walton 7 Wa.-hintrton; sill; at 1 '
: ; per quart for the 11 e. .. .
I next f Ml ..... ; lkrsaS St. Uni, r>l r>ii| lkri.(h Ch'co:. .. tin .cr... L'Mrd.tN'l
perience: The c'convention will be held! at the three months. Try it. l M.11 tickclt.
D. M. Phifer. grocer Railroad o. S. of A. hall lr:: Ka-t: Bay I V 4! tk.er; TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST, itr* s:,>-....l tit....* tru ifo

i Gainesville; Fla., says: 'or Jacksonville, Fla. :Mr. Bruce Davis, of Tampa. was the .. \ lo Ck;..|. ..d li' ............. 4r1..... !_
4 II I 5 ;!! LI..I. c..c..d PC.IIIfm. I Vl. !..... b.kto.rd.11S
S years my kidneys were more or JOHN P. COFFIN.State) Guest. of relatives here last Sunday. I'T f t ;o\: :;. r. M.. .rr,... Ch i disordered and I suffered a lot Chairman. i' '111l' I i "DIXII FLVERAI'LI... Cn..1 t,, N.S.l'e. E..M>iDb
i -- 'I I 4a.LJundle( W P. M.........Ck,..<.7 1 A. M,
i pain in my back and riirht! side. .- n, Fla. pl I left college pait of one year to accept : "ST. lOt'H FXPRISS-. M>i y.t., Hr.iMh.iB. ,\.h; .;lK
I! could the position: of ,.-- I,. Bvui.il.,U..i J..kamiN t-M P. M..r...<. V. tut 7 tV A. M.
:
I hardly straighten I assistant; chief
up clerk 'Ii
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l4uerlk/
I /) TkrM .il IriiM Ik. S.llkxfkr. .. !-e. (hI.
-.toopinp without support. At A conference of the of the legislatureFortunate is he -- -- :*lie'' *.'.* '" """.. Fut !'... Rack h.l.r /,. O..t.o Q, L...,.
women of the who -- i !1 .BOW .her. ,.. wnfc| lp.id tk. .....r ..a all teal i..\ultd
the of the kidney can go through J'- < I l ....., r. i
passages will he held in connection with college without / .l ', .U.t..t fcoollcu) of loyiM i"t". drpr./. c.r "Mr'U'Bd '
, were too frequent and I was prohibition convention, under the '- getting a nickname. His classmates ;- J 1 Biker lBfuiif.tioB. S".lym.U.\o..T. fei f>>'tuhtAH.
Jr\; : !
to pet up several times during .- of the Womens Prohibition R. A. GREEN.R. liked to call him "Political Pea Green." < : I C. BRETNEYl:

: night. I used Doan's Kidney Pills Full informatibn will he A. Green of Starke was He won the admiration and respect of :r;',..-- //1\11\ I _' Fleriol.Le..u.P._..,..r..r..h..JIo.'. R. I..
president
t I could tell from the first that I upon application to Mrs. John P. of the club and graduated all who knew him as is shown by the I\ UoIl"..i, Slrool.
with
[ being helped. I am never position of honor he had. He I I | jACKSONVILL FLLa
State
Secretary Johnstown. the degree of Bachelor of Science in was ,'I J I 0,. s.t L.. KMM du i.| Ik* E..J1.t .eoimiiMM .t'
i Doan's Kidney Pills on hand, Education and I member of the Y. M. C. A. and of the t
k value them most highly." Out Malaria Builds Up System .uucaie.:4: _"_ ne TL. received, a State Cer- William A. Owens Camp of Sons of
laugnt school before en- ,r> _*--t___*- .. -
t Price 50 cents; at all dealers. Old Standard f enei trengnhcninz tonic tering the University and -ulIu'ut'rille v eierans. lie was a cor- =-
since {
i' simply: ask for a kidney remedy .' TASTELESS, chill TONIC, drivel out has succeeded in completing his then poral of Company "A" of the batta- Glee Club elected him rice-president in 191516. He was especially fortonat

f, Doan's Kidney Pills-the same A true torn:the. Par Mood.adults aDd an builds J chi\up- rel the. m-SOc. in less time than any of his classmates course the lion in 1913-14 and was a member of 191415. The combined senior class to complete his Opurse: without an unexcused -
I Mr. Phifer had. Foster Milburn During this time he has been scrub football team the same year. elected him secretary-treasurer for class absence or a demerit. lIe

!.' Props., Buffalo N. Y. Read Uw 'felegnph-$1.50 e vear enumerator of Bradford county county and football Last year team.he was on the junior class 1913-16. The presidency of Peabody expects to continue to teach in Brad
The
t; members of the
Club
for tachers was given him in ford county. REPORTER.

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FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE SEVEN .



HOUSE WILL A BIG INDUSTRY. which latter everything in dry goods 1 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + R. R. THEDI: ,
BE BUILT
PACKING BY Nothing, shoes, groceries furniture { + LEGAL NOTICES O. THEDE, : r

i it Just two miles east of Lake City, house furnishings farm implements, 1 + + + + + 'P + + + + + + + + + + JAMES T. MOORE I
field fence and a variety of innumerable Proposed' Charter of Thede-Moore
on the Seaboard Air Line direct service 1
ARMOUR CO. IN JACKSONVILLE merchandise is carried. A first- MASTER'S SALE. Company.The .
I'e between capital and coast, are to Notice is hereby gen that under aDd by undersigned hereby associate
I'r .... be observed spread out in bewilderingarray I class meat market is run in connection virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure together for the ;
of with the store wherein is also located made and rendered :May 3rd. 1916. by themselves purposeof
'J manufacturing shops and I the judge of the circuit: court Bradford county forming a corporation under and by
yards over a large acreage the indus- the U. S. posto'fice. A fruit and candy Florida in chancery in favor of N. T. virtue of the State of Florida, with
1 ANNOUNCEMENT MADE trial works of the store in the adjoining building catersto Ritch Sr.. eomplainant and against J. G. the charter ,
I I That however, is only] one step in East Coast Lumber Ritch J. H. Bitch, Amy Bitch hia wife. andA. following proposed : :
ro.f., SATURDAY BY MANAGER the direction of progress. The next Company, forming what are probablythe the wants of Watertown residentsin Z. Adkins a itruitee. defendants the un- Article 1. : .
this respect. An up-to-date hospital dersigned will offer for tale The name of this corporation shall f'
I I and more important step is not only to largest mills in the state of Flor- in front of the
.. with court bOWIe door in Starke. Florida during be THEDE-MOORE COMPANY and
: Expected That Contract Will Be Let make cattle, but to make beef, and ida and among the largest in the en- been competent surgeons has also the legal hours of tale on Monday, the 5th day its business shall be transacted: and
erected
, tire South. This by the enterprising man- of June. 1916. the following described real
beef can be made with incorporated company -
o. Will Be Erected I as great a profit of this estate situated in Bradford county, Florida conducted in the State cf Florida and f .
30 Days. agement big
concern.
Within j I
. j as the most prolific product of the finds steady employment for a to-wit: other States of the Urited States of +

Near Tallyrand Ave. South. total staff of 1,500 men hauling logs Technical Data The Southeast quarter of the Northwest America wherever profitable, necessary iJi
The company had here originallysome Quarter of Sec. 7. Tp. 5. S. R. 21 East.J. .
the thousands its
Sell By.Products by over own tracks C. POPPELL or convenient the principal placeif !
Two of the things which have stood I from a distance of 50 miles north in quarter-million acres of long- Special blaster in Chancery. business shall be in the Town rf '

The following from Sunday's Jack- in the way of this heretofore have i the state, where big timber is prolific, leaf yellow pine interspersed with occasional A. S.Solicitor CREWS.for Complainant. Lawtey, Bradford county, Florida.Article .

sonville Metropolis will be good newsto been distances from the big markets and on reaching the base of operations cypress swamps. The Florida 6-5-St. 2. .

, our cattlemen: I and unfavorable freight facilities. I dumping them for storage purposes yellow pine runs around 4,000 feet to NOTICE OF ELECTION.By The general nature of the business ).
the power vested in them by the school ir businesses to be transacted or conducted -
is to have one of the the acre averaging about seven treesto :
I' Jacksonville These have kept many an ambitious into the large lake which is conveniently laws of Florida the Board of Public Instruction by said corporation shall be to '
modern, though not the largest, I the the thousand feet. All logs are of Bradford county hereby orders election '
most citizen out of the industry. adjacent to company's plantat an engage in a wholesale and retail mer- 1
plants in the country, Armour handled in three lengths and cut into to be held at Little Springs school houseon
packing All this is now overcome, with a Watertown. the 27th day of May. 1916. for the pur- antile and commission business, andto .
& Co., having decided to construct a market at our very doors. We shall Columbia county has long been a proper sizes at the mill. At its inception pose of voting on the extension of the boundaries carry en any trade business incidental -
here.Announcement this mill was equipped with of said district as follows, to-wit: thereto connected therewith
branch plant soon have an establishment capable of leader in this important industry, and or
of the intention to the central location of this, two circular saws. It has been addedto Commencing at NE corner of NW-4 of Sec. to buy, sell, mortgage, exchange
taking the entire production of the big con- 15. Tp 6 R 19 E. thence south V, mile to center -
begin the construction of a packing State and shipping the finished cern on the main arteries of traffic insures and improved out of all recognitionin of Sea 15. thence E on *4 section: limit for itself or as agents for others all
product recent and harbors Mill branch, thence down branch xinds of real or personal property, to
here within the next thirty days lumber fuel its years now two to New Riv.er.
and to
plant I I to outside markets, after taking cheap double cutting bands and Its thence along river to the present sub d.strict borrow money for the oe of the corn- ,!
was made Saturday afternoon by Manager care of the local requirementsbutleaving residents, settlers hereabouts having a gang. F. G. SCHELL any and to issue notes or other security -

H. B. Minium, of Armour & Co. !I in the State of Florida the the distinct advantage of being able daily capacity in yellow pine alone is 5-5-lt Secretary. therefor and to d.'ain! mortgages \+

The plant will be built near Talleyrandavenue purchase price of the live stock the to get everything needed in the line 125,000: : feet but the introduction of MASTERS SALE. otes, stocks, bonds or other negotiable '.

on property already owned by II i I labor of preparing it for market and direct from the mills at the lowest .'23,000: feet of cypress into a day'srun Notice is hereby given that under ard by paper in connection with the business ...
will virtue of a certain final deem of foreclosure
cut the production down to
which the
of the
the company and adjoins 1 I the fertilizer residue, which may be returned possible cost. The constant runningof made and rendered the 27th day of April A. corporation.
city docks. Armour & Co own twentytwo !I to the soil. I this industry in full swing also !'OOOO. This is because cypress; like D. 1916, by the judge of the Circuit Court of Article 3.
of land Talleyrand and I the yellow pine in California wears the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida in The capital stock of this corporationshall
near inducement
acres I I )ft'atEatt'rsIso Benefit.To proves a strong to pros- I chancery, in fa\or of the Dutton Bank a corporation be five thousand $5,000.00): ) Dollars
( -
its best lumber the
outside and demands "
on
when increased business demands enlargement the consuming public of Florida' pective locators ir. Columbia county, complainant. end against S. B. Denmark to be divided into fifty shares of t
will be I I I frequent turning on the saw as sheriff of Bradford County, Florida
] the space easily the advantages of an up-to-date local as it can easily be seen that anyone : to the and Ex-officio administrator of the estate of the par value of One Hundred Dollars '$.'

available. packinghouse will be particularly investing in a tract of land with a carriage, secure greatest; possible S. R. Estep. deceased, and M. B. Estep. defendants each, payment for ad capital stock e.

Manager Minium stated Saturday ratifying and advantageous. growth of timber on it has the addi- quantity of clear stuff. : the undersigned will offer for sale: may be received in cal h or in property -

afternoon that contracts have not yet Tourists from the Xorth, who continuously tional advantage of being able to dispose .. Xow, to log this timber and lay it in Bradford front of county the,court Florida house during door in the Starke.legal real or personal at a fair and just t

been let and he was unable to givea : pass to and fro through this of his logs at a good profit by in the natural lake at the mill requires hours of sale on Monday the 5th day of June, aluation therefor, to be fixed by the II

definite estimate of the cost of the getting them to the mills. fort '-t\\'o miles of mainline A. D. 1916. to the highest and best bidder for Board of Directors 0: this Corpora.
Gateway to the South, will be par- cash the following described lands situated in tion. a
railroad constructed of
,
packing plant but it is figured that ticularly gratified to learn that the The East Coast Lumber Companywas I fortypoundsteel Bradford county Florida, to-wit: Article .. -
the investment will represent no less first 18 laid on fifteen heart pine ties to Lots One, Two, Three Four Five, Seven
organized some years
whole line of fresh meat products are and and The term for which said
the rail. About ten miles of Eight Six in Block thirty-five in the Corporation -
than several hundred thousand dollars. being produced right here daily under ago, and has since proven one of the I spurs survey of the town of Worthington Springs : shall exist shall be Xinet '-Xine ]
branch off in the timber
Description of Plant.In the best sanitary and refrigerative main fcators in the business life of I among from as recorded in the public records of Bradford Years.
the main line. county Florida together with all and ,
with modem stand- psychological points on singular
acordance the community and the upbuilding of '
regulations and served in their ho- the tenements hereditaments and appurtenances Article 5.
ards of packing-house sanitation and tels as soon after production as if this portion of the state. The mill These spurs are similarly (constructed to the same belonging or in any wise The business of this corporation
efficiency and from the fact that this with its electric lighting plant plan- but laid with even joints so that they appertaining. ji I
they; were in New York. EVERETT M. JOHNS shall be conducted b> the following of-
be lifted laid in sections with
plant will be under United States government Sausage On the Market One Day Old. ing mill, dry kiln sheds and contiguous may and Special Master.A. ficers: A President Secretary and
the sanitary fea- the the aid of Ohio locomotive cranes two V. LONG & W. S. BRO :lIE.
inspection, Fresh sausage manufactured one buildings, and yards cover Solicitors fer Complainant ) Treasurer and a board cf three directors \
5-5-51.
tures will be given every attention.All day will be delivered the next into the I an area of some 40 acres. At the mill being employed on the job. These the office of Secretary and Treas-

departments will be light and hands of dealers. and logging camps nearly COO men are cranes lift and lay from 1,200 to 1,300 MASTERS SALE. urer may be held by one and the same \
feet of track a day at a total average Notice is hereby given that under and by !erson, said board of directors may be .a
airy and equipped with proper venti- The casual reader little realizes the i employed, the total payroll of the virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure j
I cost of $ji: a mile, including switches. changed from time to time by an
lation. Dressing rooms for employeeswill of the which company amounting to something like made and rendered May 2nd 1916 by the
immensity trade already This cost also includes a number of judge of the circuit court Bradford county, amendment to the by-laws, but shall l,
have all modern facilities. exists here for sweetbreads livers, $30,000: monthly, which would! provea miscellaneous done the Florida in chancery in favor of Louis 1'app at no time be less than Three nor .f

The power house: will contain two brains: tongues, calf head: kidneys, considerable impetus to any growing jobs by cranes, complainant and aainstrs. Annie R. Williams more than Seven. The directors shall
such as moving camphouses, etc. The A. R. Williams and O. B. Sweat defendants
one hundred H. P. boilers and a refrigerating tripe and other "meat products." community such as ours. the undersigned will offer for sale be elected by the stockholders at each

machine of from :50 to 50 The Southern business on these perishable I As is usually found in a large undertaking company has 125: ; movable shanties I in front cf the court house door in Starke.! annual meeting, an all other officersof
tons capacity. All of the machinerywill with shrewd business: men all of which are handled by the cranesat : Florida during the legal: hours of sale! on this corporation shall be: elected annually -
delicacies will be immediately time another. In addition I :Monday the 5th day of June 191S the following 41
to
one or by the board of directors as f
be up-to-date and motor driven. stimulated and greatly enlarged. Instead at its head not in any way crampedfor described real estate situated in Brad-
these Ohio cranes they employ the following ford Florida, soon as may be after the annual meet-
Two-Story Brick Building. capital, the htest improved machinery county. to-wit : The North half "
in intervals
of IJeing'hipprd at rod-locomo- let the swig of the of the stockholders. The annual
of Sec. ir
equipment: Seven ] NW't 22 Tp. r
On the first floor of this twostorybuilding from of on the market is installed 6. S. R. East.
some point production a meeting of the stockhtlders shall beheld
lives of assorted makes, three being
I
will be located the following thousand miles away, as hertofore. here in every department, and the I j I I E. M. JOHNS on the First Monday of Januaryof
'
in constant 100 skeleton log Special Master
use cars in
; ; Chancery-
, departments: they will be produced each day rightin whole plant may safely be regardedas I universal .\. S. CREW each year or at a tine to be fixed
II The ol! t'e. Jacksonville, refrigerated, packedin a perfect model of its kind no mat- and a Clyde single-line ca- Solicitor for Complainant. 5-5-Jt) ; : by the by-laws. Until the officers to
I II I A modern up-to-date sausage kitchen. ter what comparison may be made to I Heway: or double line ground skidder Sold by J. W. White & Son. Newell B. Hull. be elected at the first Annual meeting
wooden tin and
I packages: or pails I and loader. J. C. Manning L. D. Register. W. G. Brooks.
They eml.loseveral shall
be elected and qu4ified the business -
di tril'Uted: the morning after. other similar (concerns Xorth or i
I teams of oxen cleaning up corners in Notice of this corporctio-l shall be conducted i
Cellars for pork, beef and mutton. Government Inspection.It South. The annual capacity of the Application for Tax Deed
and hog-cutting departments. mills to ::JO,000,000 feet. the cypress, turning them looe to Under Section 8 of Chapter 4SSS by the following officers:
Sheep runs
may be interesting to some to graze in the woods when not wanted. Laws of l1orida.Hen'by I:. I,. hede, President
Oleo and lard refineries.Ice know that only about 00; cent of The company operates its own railroad O. Thede Vice President. '
,
per
I I Thtalo: have two mule teams to notice is given that H. J. yt
cellar. entire of this locomotives and cars, and the James T. Mocie and
the meat supply countryis clean the whereit Stewart, purchaser of tax certificates -Secretary
yellow pine corners
Engine room. guaranteed by the U. S. governmentto main line of its logging road extendsin would up not be profitable to derail a numbered respectively 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 17, Treasurer.And .
All dressing rooms. be free from disease or contamination a due northerly direction: to the 43: and 80, issued by the tax collectorfor the said R. R. Thede, 0. Thede,

On the second floor all killing of I and fit for human food. Think Georgia boundary line spur lines kidder for duty. Moves have to be Bradford county, Florida, each of and James T. Moore Directors. I

cattle hogs and sheep will be done, but I what this means to the high-class retail branching out on either side at inter- made so frequently in this small and I the said certificates being dated the Article tt. ;
scattered timber that it has been found 4th day of August A. D. has The highest amount If indebtedness {
in addition to this space will be provided butcher. who sells the as vals tapping new sections of the beltas i 1913
for the following: meat the necessities of the industry re- more economical to employ mules re- filed the said certificates in my office or liability to which thIs corporationcan

Meat-products coolers. well as to his customers who serveit quire.At hauling the lines. Ten moves a day and has made application for tax deed at any time sul ject itself shall be F

upon their tables.As are not infrequent and it seldom hap- to issue in accordance with law. The the sum of Fifteen Thousand ($15- t:
Pipe decks for chilling rooms. the base of operations quite a
a matter of fact the packers that machine falls below its said certificates respectively embracethe 000.00)) Dollars.
"Tank house" for both edible and whose establishments are regularly inspected town sprang up with the forming of pens a following lands in Bradford county The names and siJ"llce of the subscribing -
of then. Both
inedible products. lose 1 per cent, and sometimesmore the company and this is constantly increasing daily skidders quota "tasked"400 logs even this Florida assessed at the date of incorporators: together with s

There will be a modern closed load- of the total live stock they buy. in size from :year to year, its are averageof the issuance of such certificates in the the amount subscribed for are as fol- rl.

ing dock on one side of the plant with These animals which condemnedby modern built houses with commodious 400 tree-length logs. When they names respectively hereinafter par- lows:

facilities for handling six or eight cars the inspectors are unfit: for food I grounds for officials and employes exceed this total everyone on the machine ticularly set forth to-wit: R. R. Thede Lawtey, Florida Twen-

adily. as i alike tending to make this admirably gets an extra two-bits for that Certificate No. 1 embraces the XW v-five shares.

New Stock Yards.In must be thrown into the grease or tallow laid out townsite a pattern for other day's work (they usually succeed in :I '4 of XE1 and X'2 of XWU Sec. 0. Thede Lawtey, Florida ten

tanks and destroyed.It i exceeding.) :20: Tp. 4, S. R. 21 East, 120 acres, assessed shares.
with this modern similar centres of industry. A large
conjunction
has been proven conclusively in Tracks laid about' feet Unknown. James T. Moore, La'vtey, Florida
are 1.300
packing house and pure food plant a many places, that concerns producingmeat and substantial public school standson Certificate Xo. 2 embraces the X 1.2 Fifteen shares.R. .

private stock yards will be operated. food articles without government the main street with a neat church apart, since it is cheaper to lay tracks of SW 4, Sec. 21, Tp. 4, S. R. 21 R. THEDE. ,

principally for the acommodation of inspection do put some items on the building adjoining. A flourishing bank with the big cranes than to exceed a East 80 acres, assessed Unknown. 0. THEDE, i .
live stock and for Armour there look the cash skl Jing distance of 650 feet. All tim- Certificate Xo. 4 embraces of
bought by market that are diseased and unfit for is to after surplus I' SWU? JAMES T. MOORE.
& Company. food. and a fine modern hotel with excellent ber is felled in advance of the skidders XW'4 and X'2 of SWU? Sec. 14, Tp. State of Florida,

Arrangements: will be made, however Why'Carcasses Destroyed. cuisine and every comfort for traveleror at a fixed charge of 5 cents a log 15. S. R. 18 East, 120 acres assessed County of Bradford, SS.

for handling live stock that maybe because, resident, including a billiard and which is practically ;5 cents a tree (or M. H. Xettles. Before me, a Notary Public in and
Simply no person, not even about 40 cents thousand feet). Certificate Xo. 5 embraces the E'2 State
shipped direct to Armour & Com- reading room. per for said County and personally "
a butcher without veterinary trainingcan of SEU, Sec. 15, Tp. 5. S. R. 18 East
Everything down to an eigh-inch top speared R. R. Thede, 0. Thede and
via rail boat drive- The East Coast Lumber
pany, wagons or Company '
be a capable judge of the fitnessof 80 acres assessed M. H. Xettles.
James T. ) well known to
twenty feet up the tree is taken. Moore to me
beef mutton for food and operates its own electric light and Certificate Xo. 7 embraces NWU of
ins.A pork, or the oe the persons described in and who ,
system of accounts' similar to that no system of local inspection can be power plant waterworks ice plant, Complete costs for logging operation XEU? Sec. 22, Tp. 5, S. R. 18 East, subscribed their name: to the foregoing -

in vogue at other stock yards of the aid to compara with Federal-particularly grist mill and department store, in from woods to mill (excluding 40 acres assessed. H. Xettles. proposed Charter, and they severally
stumpage) run around 84 per Certificate Xo. 17 embraces the VfV
country will I be introduced making itunneeesary with the acknowledged before me that they
: for the shipper to accompany regard features.to antemortemand I vwIi thousand for the necessary mixture of of XWU? Sec. 25, Tp. 5, S. R. 19 East xecuted the same for the purposes

his live stock unless he sanitary cypress and pine. The company hasa 80 acres, assessed Unknown. therein expressed.

chooses to do Many a fat hog and some of the crew of 15 men skidding and loading Certificate Xo. 43 embraces 4 A in WITXESS I have hereunto set

Stock Raisers so. choicest (cattle which to the untrainedeye including one wood man and one \\'. corner of XH of Lot 4, Sec. 31, my hand and affixed ICy seal this the

Opportunity. should make the best pork or mule nurse. Six mules are worked to Tp. 5, S. R. 20 East, 4 acres, assessed 1st day of May, A. D. 1916. _

Armour and Company believe that beef, has been unequivocally condemned Worn Out? each skidder. The superintendent figures Mrs. C. A. Knight (Heirs). H. C. PEACE,
immediately it becomes an establishedfact of the efficient veterinaries Certificate Xo. 80 embraces the SU?
by one a cost of 60c! a thousand to skid of XE l. Sec. 18, Tp. 6 S. R. 18 East Notary Public.] : y
that they are going ahead with No doubt U ,
establishment
in inspected are, Commission the
operating an you expires 20th day of
: and load including labor fuel and I
assessed Wm. Perry.
this investment, the cattle you suffer from any oi the j$80 acres
growersof who throws the searchlight of October, A. D. 1919.
fee-each machine averaging about: Unless said certificates shall be redeemed -
the country will appreciate their P numerous ailments to (Seal) 6.24t.SEABOARD .
and
science
its
glands
upon organs which ail women are sub 50,000 feet daily. They have no trou- according to law tax deed will
responsibilities and will inturn set during the of slaughter. issue thereon the 26th of June
process ject. Headache back ble in logging the mill with I on day
about immediately to raise live stock present + + + + f + + + + + + + + + +
Armour & Co., by conforming with sldeache A. D. 1916.
ache nervousness
although
equipment never keepingmore
and a better grade of live stock. 4 Witness official signature and + +
this
rigid government inspection, lost weak, tired feeling, than ten ahead in the I my
The State officials are heartily in through condemnations during the are some of the aymp- days' run seal this the 25th dav of May A. D. + TIME: TABLE: +
: lake because of sinkers. A big boom
sympathy with the movement to improve year lt 15, over $1,000,000. In other toms, and you must nd 191R. W. T. WEEKS. + ---- +
the quality and quantity of our words animal for I II i! yourself of them in order broke away last summer threateninga : I (Seal) Clerk. + Xew time table takes effect + ..
every was paid at
stock in the State of Florida as evidenced I''at market and the I'I to feel well. Thousandsof log shortage and making it essen- I By R. A. WEEKS. + 12:01 a. m., Sunday.: May 28. '1i.. +
price ones
conjdemned -
who have tial to un the big machine on Sun- 5-2fl-5t. Deputy Clerk.SHERIFF'S .
) by their women : + Trains will arrive in Starke as +
magnanimous attityde i brought only what they yieldin been benefited by this day: and the old ahphorism about "the II I- + follows +
P
toward :
the tick eradication I SALE.
move- tallow or grease, instead of being remedy to : j
I urge you better the day" certainly made goodin I + +
ment. sold as food product The \'aluof Notice is hereby given that I, S. B.
More and Better Cat\\t\ -Slogan.Dr. 1| these carcasses in the tanks amountedto TAKECardui this i instance, since they skidded 5)5 Denmark sheriff of Bradford county, .f + Jackeonrille)]} to 'Tampa +

Dawson our health commissioner approximately: 20 cent of what logs running five to the thousand in 1 State of Florida, under: and by virtue j Xo. I ___________,.11:14 p. m. +

believes that this movement will paid for them. per this single I day 103,000: \ feet to the of that certain writ of execution is- (loti Xo. 3 _____ __ __ .10:40a.m. + .

do more was one machine! wd out of and under the seal of the + Xo. 9--------- :':;j p.n:. + .J.
to stimulate the -
than industry First! Inspection On the Hoof. I Now the mill i is equipped with two Circuit Court of Duval county, Florida -l j, + +

done anything by that could possibly\ be The: first inspection made of animals I d ublecuttingbands and a resaw. against Cornelius Young, and infavor j + Jacksonville to Cedar Key +

State movement any individual that might county l-e launch-or going to an inspected establishment is Lumber coming from it is edgeloaded of the S. B. Hubbard Hardware 1 1 + Xo. 13; _______-__ __ 5:04 p. rr. *
ed. an ante-molter inspection on the hoof. for the kilns by the simple expedient ('c> a (corporation on and dated the j I + r + ,
of will for
!id day April 1915 offer
This examination i is made on the delivery of allowing it to flow down a 1 i: + Jaekwniille +
And we believe that with such a The Woman's Tonic .aV and will sell to the highest bidder Tampa to

movement Dr. Dawsi.n will be able to of the live stock to the pack chain carrier composed of two-dogged I therefor for cash, at the court house + Xo. 2 ___________ __ 4:31 a. m. +

point out to the ers. Mrs. Sylvania Woods, chains and drop into place on a car door us the Town of Starke Bradford + Xo. 4'J:'t.! !.. n'. + .j

and stock men that Florida the time land owners is : Any animal showing symptoms of P Clifton! Mills, Ky., says: I pushed up against the place of stop co'j'.ty.'! Florida on Monday July 3rd:J i, + Xo. 10 (tLi ni:ttll5:5t p. m. +

when nownear disease or disabled condition are tagged "Before taking Card I page. A similarly simple and ingenious !:ll1i.! the same being a legal sales day \! + -- +

they should immediately\ and set apart for closer examin- unloader handles dried lumhrr.except uf said court, during the legal hours ;j + Cedar Key to JaksonvilleXo. +
their of I at times weak I ,
was so
,
hro\'e herds taking care of ale, the following described real
j ation. If, on later inspection, they.are the operation is reversed the + 14 y:27a.ir.Wannee : + ..
: i -- -- -
feeding them the same as could hardly walk, and estate situated in Bradford county. I
found to be in condition which
a l chains boards .
Northern ;| dogged ; catching the : + -
stock Florida to-wit X1 of XE'4. and 's 1
misers. the pain !In my back and : *
It would later require condemnation in and carrying them and along to + Trains +
cast no more to raise a good 1.000' head nearly killed up tit I.4 of NE'4. and S's of XEU of X ,1
pound steer than the slaughter house, they are condemned me. the sorting' shed. This chain carrier, :IW1* less': acres in SE corner of sec- !! + ( Daily Except :Sunday) *

Ibis Action a 600 pound scrub.1 before they are killed, and it After taking three bottles which runs' all the way down the center tiun :20: all in township 7 !south of + Xo. 101 Leaves Sta-fce C:45 a. rc. +
of
1 adapted the country is peculiarly is then necessary that they bu killed of Cardui, the pallS dis- I of the shed, is driven from an I independent (, range 22: east, containing 13S acres, + Xo. lOt arrhes StnrVe: 2:45: p. m. +

I bean to the growing of the velvet ]- separately, after all other killing is appeared. Now 1 feel as electric motor. It er.ai'k-s more or less. I + T. J. GRIt: ( FIX, Agent. + .

and the soy bean. These done for the day. &o as to avoid their well as I ever did. Every ]lumber to be sorted' anywhere along S. B. DENMARK, + + .

grains as !produce as good a /grade off coming in contact with carcasses Q suffering woman should the length of the shed or taken froma Sheriff, Bradford County, rar. + + + + .p + + + + 4- + + + + + +

,, \ o grain is belt produced of the in Middle the much West.talked which will be passed for food. tryCarduL" Oet a bottle "pigeon hole" and carried clear out : t. ...... -

Not Only Cattle, But Beef. I Animals having passed this ante- today. E-68 on to the loading platform, where roller l- 'NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY The Strong Withstand the Heat of "

It'IS. mortem examination are inspected ] carriers convey it into the cars: for i FOR LETTERS PATENT. Summer Better Than the Weak
incumbent 1
this upon the people of immediately aftekilling, when the shipment to the consumer.-Lake City that the Old people who are feeble,and youngerpeoplewhoareweakwiilbestrengthened
State Notice is hereby given undersigned
to set abo'it I ..
immediately tot hides are removed and the heads partly I Index. the Honorable

grow\* more of this food and fodder and ] severed so that veterinaries may I, I I Park Trammell will apply, Governor to of the State and enabled to /go through the depressing

J y-men big of people of the country-the make close examination of all small sent to the retaining room for a fur- I, The Quinine That Does Not Affect The head I of Florida, on the 1st day of July, A Grove's heat Tasteless of summer Chill by:Sating. It regularly purifiesand .

the state-those who have in the head and neck. It is in ther Because of its for letters incorpor-
waste' glands inspection of glands throughout tonic anJ laxative effect LAXA. !iD. 19th, patent enriches the bloo-l and builds np
{ land>< or have i' TIn: BRUMOQUNINK is better than canary: gating THEDE-MOORE COMPAXY.
could idle capital, these various glands that symptoms of Such parts as are diseased or condemned Quinine adds d,>es not camnrrvoinnff) nor : the whole system. SOc. 1
y. and we believe willO, / into tuberculosis, cholera etc., first appear. are tagged and stamped "con- nrg'ug iu bead Keinetnbet the fall inn.e snr; under the following proposed charterhe --- -
tattle and luck for the .'IiD' 'ure tl ;;. W. G O\'E. 2:c original of which is now on file In Bilious -
general l Malaria
eM forthwith. livestock busi- j If any evidence of disease appearsat : demned, and must be delivered im- ; 'he office of the Secretary of State of Xo 666 will cure or

this point the carca ss is tagged and''. mediately to the rendering room. Read the Telegraph$1.50 year Florida. Fever._ It kills the germs.I'; .
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PAGE EIGHT BR.\DFORD COUNTY TELEGR.\PH, STARKE FLORID..1. .\.

FR1I,; JUNE 9, 1916.f .

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: ANNOUNCEMENT If r7 H

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f Ii it Everything

.:- SEWER SYSTEM =
A Modern
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. ', i ,: Work on the sewer system has slarted. As soon as the work nears completion I } and

Q will have in stock a complete line of Plumbing Supplies, such as Toilets, Bath Tubs, Lao- =

: E atones and other accessories. Should
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i. I I will hale extra plumbers on the job just as soon as necessary and will be in posi-

I lion 10 do your DlOrk with an experienced plumber. e Carrjy
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. Do not let your plumbing contract until you figure with( me. ii. F Fj



.iJ DeWill C. Jones i

i. ; j Quigley Lumber & Su

r-: : i Hardware Paints and Oils. Plumhing and Electric Wiring. II pZt'



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f Automobiles- were-kept busy by our for- aid from the arbitrary action of I

county candidates.antl their friends on Carranza officials they incurred the %" %%%%"" "

I' Tuesday, going and coming from one enmity of officials to an extent that 44
.j, district to another, doing all they leads the American consul to believe
could for themselves and for their there is danger unless the United
County News Items friends at the final i Pure Ice
windup of one of States makes a show ow force to dens. !
the hardest fought campaigns that onstrate its intention of backing up

Bradford county has ever been up its diplomatic represi&1tatires
.
latcrcstin facts Gathered During the reek by Our against.All Secretary of War Baker today received -

I I RelUlar' Correspondent. who are interested are requested a report from General Funstoni'ing $ Our ice is made
- from water that has ;
I r, to meet at Evergreen cemetery on details of the first conference not 'een contaminated .
next Tuesday. June l:3th: for the
annual held between Gen John J. Pershing
with
boiler '
. II I ,1i cemetery working. and Gen. Gabriel Gavira, Carranza's compound or other frganic matter,

t: O J 0000000000000 te\'esting and amusing play entitled"The frontier.military commander, on the Chihuahua generally: found in a steam boder ;
I I II a Old Dairy Homestead' at the Postmaster R. B. Jackson was

I I ;' LAKE BUTLER.li school auditorium last Friday night transacting business in Jacksonville (;l'n. Funston said the conference I
. i J 4 Everybody was So highly pleased with last Friday and Saturda)'. had been frien ly. General Gal'a, hI $ Compare the prices you are now paying to ice with the

.: o oooooo oooooo 4 the play that the band boys will produce :Misses Jessie Griffis and Eunice Din- said. desired to extend his co-opera.
-I I Miss Winnie Townsend Entl"rtains. it again Wednesday e\'ening. kips were visitors to Starke last tion in making the border safer # prices you paid before U'e came 10 t4t4n.
I Although the American
On last Friday evening Miss Win Among those from here who spent Thursday. troop in
.. nie Townsend delightfully entertaineda Sunday at White Springs were :\lr. Miss Iabel Colley, oC Starke, spentse'eral Mexico are doing nothing spectacular We Are Here To Sty.
I days last week in Lawtey with they are effectively "holdin down the
number of her friends at a Rook and \lrs. Wm. Overstreet Misses Rub 1' :
party at the home oC her parents Mr. Ware, Idel Lindsey: and W. \. Bussey. relatives and friends lid" and are gradually picking off the
1 and 1rs. J. W. Townsend. lush was The Lake Butle1 normal has closed )Ir. H. B. Bennett was transacting bandits, big and little, that have so $ Co-operative Ice Manu/acluring/ Co
; long infested Northern
business \Iexico.
rendered by several of the young ladies and examinations started Tuesday in Jacksonville last Thurs A ,
search of five
and many interesting games were Quite a number from here went to I dal' weeks for one oC the j. Sims Gardiner "
;1 1I, p; played, after which two very delieiour s Lake City to take the teachers exam :\11'. R.. R. Thede is the latest to most dangerous oC these outlaws came Agent

f't'' > and dainty courses were ser\'ed. inatIOn.lrs. join the automobile line. He has t oa swift termination a few days ago $ Starke.
I
Those who enjoyed the hospitality oCt :\ Marguerite Lowery, oC GulfPort bought himself something-a :\Iax- when Co1. Candelario Cervantes andO JlI1riJa

., : Hiss Townsend were Misses Inez :\Iar- :\liss.. who has been attending well. :! Villa followers attacked an Amer- "' '
: key Ruth Page, Idel Lindsey, Vida school at this place returned to her tilt. and \Irs. T. J. Terry and little Iran detachment oC about half that '"'"" .

; Dekle, Edna EppersonIarguerite hl'Ye last Tuesday. I children. -went- to Fort White last Saturday number which was repairin.r the military --- -- .
i Clara Tlrs. J. E. \laines and her \Ir. Terry returned home the road near Las Cruces. -4 --
ri Lowery, Stewart, Annie Mae two sons, THE ELECTION
I Pogue, Rhona lcDonald; 1'lessrs. Carl Hal and J. E. Jr., returned last :Mon same day, but :\Irs. Terry and the In the 45 minutes' fight which en- MACHINERY .\X 1c'SUAL ESCAPE

r. Alderman, D. T. McGill, f'. 1'1. Towni" tiny, after a pleasant visit to her relatives children will visit relatives and friends sued, Cervantes and a follower nam- -

send, W. N. Bussey, Floyd Coleman, in Sanford. in Lake City, LaCrosse and High ed Juan Beaucome were killed! and Procedure at the Polls at Pri Airmen in tJe war have succeded to
Bertram Riherd, W. F. Townsend. :hiss Ida Compton, of Gainesville! Springs before their return. a number of others were wounded. On I an astonishnf degree in evading theanti.aircraft
i" is i the guest this week oC :Miss Joella :\11'. A. Hosenberg was transacting the American side, Lance Corporal Da.'is rnary Elections. :defenses operating a.

I'algett.: business in Gainesville last week. t Iarksbury was killed! and Privates gainst them; 111t quite a new manner

Christian Church Xotes.text 11tsr <.lara: Stewart spent a few days \lessr8. A. Z. Adkins and D. R. Ed- George F, Nicholson and George Hu. Many oC those who voted Tuesday of escaping cture in an aeroplane
Sunday, June 11th, is the regular last week in her wards were transacting business in lett were woundt'd. I was recently
Gaines'ille'isitinJ{ I are not conversant with the way tab 'rought out, in the decoration -
appointment at Raiford, and a Lawtey last As soon as Cervantes and his ,
I fri nd$. Thursday.Mr men is kept on the votes, and we therefore oC a yodng British aviator for
full attendance is expected. Miss Rosa Byrd returned last Sunday S. Chops was transacting busi- opened fire from a canyon the men of i i give an outline oC the procedure: a flight acron: llished in part in the
Last Sunday the Sunday school at after visiting relatives in Rai- ness in Jacksonville the first of the the American detachment dropped !! The inspectors and clerks have the company ot' nr' German officer. The
RaiCord was full oC interest and the week.Mr.. their tools, unslung their rifles, sprang 'I Ianchestel' (
registration books oC the urdian tells the story '
attendance increased. At the dose of fora.11' ( G. W. Parker behind rocks and took the fight. In precinct for
:Murray Turner and wife, of was visitor to up the primary and when an elector briefly:
:,the Sunday school four persons were Port Orange, art''isiting' relatives. I.awtey Tuesday.Mr. the meantime one oC the American proaches and gives his name it shall ap- The aviator had been obliged to de-

I I baptized by Re\ Coleman. Miss Lillie {'ohon who has been J. C Cone and family and :\11'. was sent as a courier to Las Cruces'I be the duty oC the inspector in charge scend within t"e German lines, and
The Lake Butler cottage prayer in Georgia for \V. E. TOI'ode and family where a United States garrison is sta. Was made
f.: some tim, arrivedhere went on a of the book to ascertain iC such elec- prisoner by a German officer
; meeting for Tuesday evening. June Ilit Friday. She; will spend the fishing trip to Sampson lake last week tioned. LiE'ut. T. B.: Merchant, with tor is registered. The clerk, whose The latter, t"t"'er in hand made the
IUh: will be held at the home oC Jesse timmel' here. They report a good time and a good a troop of Thirteenth cavalry, made a duty it is to keep the poll list, shall prisoner take:him in his aeroplane for
k Cason.
Quite it number of Iutlerites: at- catch oC trout. breakneck ride to the scene and chargeI enter consecutively the name of eacht'ledor a flight ahl\'e'the Allied! lines in order
i\ Owing to not being able to get the It'nl''ll I l the picnic at Worthing-ton last :\1 r. George Roberts came over from the bandits, driving them up the voting and the inspector inwhose to make ols"'ations.. Having sees
church winduws at Jacksonville the ,Jal'kson\'iII.' and ".H1 'on, Then a troop of the Eleventh
Saturday.Election pent and sufficient, the officer
Saturday I hands the registration book of the Kaiser ors
.. I Lake Butler Sunday school did not get I Sundae! at his home cavalry, under 'apt. Guy Cushman.Wf'pt I Iesred
, f. into the dUJI''h (passed otf very quidly htl'elat : here. l't'otshall enter the ttnll.hnnl mnn\.r.._... I the avi'tur' to turn his machine.In .
new last Sunda in -- -- --- H
: on TUl'-llay. A great deal of interest 311' henry Il'1nett: was transacting on the flank oC the outlaws I of each elector when he has order to do ,0). the aef'pl:1ne mounted .
r but are hopin; to I.e in the new church \business 'Starke and scattered them voted in
I in under
fuiladl' ofbullets.
] last a
I next Wa" taken in the .Il'l.tion. The Saturday. the column headed \ot.d:' higher ant sodt'enly' turned over ill
Iy .
t Sunday.C friend;; oC the candidates certainly :'lit- Roscoe Sapp had the misfortune Before: a ballot is delivered to a voter an admirable; 4'Op. On righting him
wo'hl'd faithfully. to sprain an ankle one day last )n a special wireless dispatch to thelittle one of the inspectors shall write self the pilot f'und that he was alone,

f I E. Program lrs. E. I.. Odum and grandson. Cecil week while playing' ball, from thet'lu.e \med'an detachment that held I in the consecutive number oC the l'al- the German o'hcer having been insufficiently .

FUI' Sunday, June 11th, at liiU p. Hil'k;:. of St. Petersburg, returned of which ,grain Iw will be conrptdled otf the bandits. Gen.; I'H-hinC' said: I lot on each of the stubs after the word I' sttapphdin. The aviator de.scendeJ -
l1Iel'tin be held to their hums lad to ire crutches to "Tht' killing of the notorious and danI "X "
m. tll at home IIf Jlrs.Coleman. Tuesday, after perannlulateauound umbel' and hall write upon the a'l (;uid..ly as possible into our
"I'( 11 ur; t\'I'I..t! V.tcks ia )Itittn'd! :.l1d fur a few (la'S.. .I (serous leader. {'anddal'io ('E'I'vant? U"I'l'rtub: the name of the voter and : lill( .-I.ituatnire t.
f Topic. The will anti the way this place lisiing relatives and friend: :I llt. Jame" odfellow; ; +t returned I I anti ontO of his lieutenants, Juan Iaul'onw : 011 the lower stub hi. initial
own I
i iI Text. Phil -1:1-1:1-\hllllll.! : : Itunter.Song. J. E. Ilal'lt'I'( who is i with the home last week from a business trip ranks :I" important almost as Then, lJt.tal'hingthl' stub OIL ("O'U'V" STII.I.FTER
the
I upper
'. ( to New would If' the death of \'illa himst'lf.s ."
:; ;aines'illl'l1l'I'I:\ Co", last York City. ballot hall
) came user be
: handed
.\ to the elector, (;ro'IIE1: l\ \\\I\ri.l.\ COUNTY
t Lesson read I by all. TI'I.Jay to vote.I C'r"Intps and ll'3u'O'11: are believed toad he shall retire to the most
Season of prayer.Quotations !I r. ('laude I 1Ilum, of Jacksonville, (;1\-: : I. E.: ('It (1R(11. L'TIr.Oldl..t : to have organized the outlaw voting booth to mark his convenient '.allot. -
r the .' iJ1"- Wa; 1 Lere last week visitinC' his ( bands in the Las (Crucl' region, it is 'f.\LI.\Il"\ sEE, .TunN \-The recent -
till \\ ElIs\\1: thIlarper. I'ar- fhun'h in 1'11n..) I I After the \ot'r has marked! his bal'lot
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I i I / entst t. allll M hs. F, P. Odom.Messrs. T. B. Lawrence. l'.btOI' hopl'd that this banditry ha, been stop- he should fold it -0 as to leave the announcement of striking of oil

Bible: terscs with \\'ol'd "\\ ill" 01'"war. Sdaey 1'.uk.tt anti Lowell !ti:0': : a. m.-Sunday school with ext'Ilent I''d for sonic time to comC' II I -tlU visible and On the outsidp. It I i'1 \'al'ulla c"wity i is resulting in the

." (lodges, who have been attending the teachers for classes of all ages. I i ,hall be, the duty of the inspector to organization of a company with a dertennined

I t Talks- ('"h't, I'"ity at Gainesville; \] \'l'turnetl// G.; I.. Futl'l1, Superintt'11IIt'nt. BU11.1)ING 1.0r. CARTSA. : j l'II'lIparl' the ballot when it ii returned et'OI to find the supposed
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I: Why houhl we t Il"" Chrbtli]" "?-F.v- home last week.Ms. IlIO: a. 111"-l'n'aching. Full ritual with the tuL which he ha. I'daill..1. oil 01' tas (!I"its thought to be be-
('Lyn It'nnttt.Wh : I : .1. 1 Frank Bennett: met with a service. Special muil' E.: 'tloitt: carriage and plow manuCactun'r. anti if hl' finds the name und numel't'oincitle ------ neath the earih in that vicinity. The

)' does humility lead to r'atI.e painful accident last Sunday while 700 p. 111-Young' 1'Ct..pll"S meeting of Stat'ke, is famed over a I he shall detach the remaining L:' nh('u.!' OJ.F Company are boring dally -

St s ?-\Ia\'ion: Richard.Raman tryil1l t pen a brood of tUl'key She and song service. large section of the state as a builder stub, hand the folded ballot' to the at the well il' Wakulla county, lOn! .

fol'l''S divine luve-\1iss: fP I: and diioratt&1 her I"u\\, irartllt'. .; :::::0 p. m.l'n'al'hingErang1is- of strong log cm-ts. Except for a voter to be deposited in the ballot box. day the company placed 120 feet of

:, llIth: l'oflin. ing the !hone.1LEc1 tic St'1'il'es.. quicker arrangement for lifting and At the close oC the ejection at each casing in tie \\t'll. This casing is of
:Minion study, oat ( lI-lIult'l'l : I'I'a dropping the large diameter and! is fur the
I II I tenIlt'tt. 'el' meeting t'er"t'dnesJa logs, the carts now used polling place the inspectors and clerks purpose
.
lox H.\r I'\SSES: OFF evening at iit.l'entacustal; : are of the sam pattern as were used shall immediately proceed to the oC operating the well to a depth of
open
Bible juUl'lwy through II TIl'ss.- (Ql'I ETI.rT 1.\WTEr services every Tuesday ;;,0 years ago, and which have been ballot box: and in the presence oC the =1.000 feet if necessary. The company

]ih I Ilenderson.ilsinc E\eninC' at .; :::.:0 found to L.e the best vehicles for the public, iC there I.e any present who de- has decided to 1.:0 to that depth if oil

: -s. ( Continued from I'ae! 11 Ladies Aid every Thursday after- transporting of heavy logs over rough sire to witness the canvass count the or gas is nl.t foand at a lesser depth.
B.ncdivtion.Junior: nOOn at ;3 o'clock.lverybody ground. ballots therein and continue said The drill is going through loose lock

such tlllle to make the voters wish : invited to these meet- :\11' Ioitt is now building three such without adjournment 01' intrrruption count formations at rrE''ent. It i5 expected

t'. E.: Program that they l'oul,1'ote for candidate ings.LINGt'AGC. carts for the Cummer Lumber ('0,. of until it is completed. First of all the that bed rock will; be reached soon and
i every Jatksunville. The I the estimate ,r the thickness' of the
For Sunday Jane 11th as ),erfel't harmony wheels are seven ballots hall le counted, the law directs I (
; at 11 U. 11. reigned HIpl'lIlIC I -
Topic, home lift. between th'I1I. ; : 01' (',\lmZ..\ I with locked grain, but the spoke and and if the total ballots exceeds I bed toi'o'k sari< from one to five hum

t. j Text, 1-l'h: ha: --\rlllil' Drkle.t'tryer. ] This barbecue was lot thought of :\OTEIoOITE: SI\'E felloes selected pine. I the number of persons who ha'e'oted I I dred fl'tt.ft'J' I aasing through this the
The
tiring oC the huge wheels as shown stratum the c1.npan will look for
(\ng'. until last :\IOI""I when a few oC OUI'latl'i'til' is an by the poll list, one of the "' "
i ) citizens got their heads together ( ('ontinut'l From Page 1) inches interesting sight. The tires are six inspectors shall publicly draw out and I usher.

1iilz h..n'l'<..ll Ity 1.ltll'l' I anti \\ithill H few hours enough broad, of half-inch iron, and after destroy unopened and unexamined, as -;;;
, of and they have been cut to the right many ballots as shall le + + + .4 + + + + + + ++ '+
Lesson uth 1I1\11l"y provisions
. :.toQ'--I HI\'hal'll. ..._ ., were contrib- cornmuniration length equal to the I ..
: J. I they are bent into ,
F'f' i Quotations with Bible answers: Ull'U to H'el we'nole count)', and by It Was thought prohable that Car- L.._ circular '
' I What is promised those oho I.onor 111 o'clock. that Jait looked like the ranza malt> compelled to withdraw shape l'.ne mi 111 l.a machine Th resembling a small When the canvass is completed the 'i rCLASSIFID ADVERTISING;:
\rt father and mothl'I' Ex. !0:1:!!-ElmerAdkins. wh.I. county was l here. some of the ;IOO troops he has concentrated n the ends are lapped vote for each candidate for office hall
and
r. We had plenty, anti \\hen all had in Chihuahua to reinforce work l'iwted. This i is very particular loe publicly proclaim'd The? oath in + + + + + + + + .. .. + + + .

\\'h'I does Sr'IJl1on say of obedience ni"hl there were several! baskets the capital g-anison. for a little allowance must he the back oC each oC the tally books
Itft. made for lack of and then must le For Sal or Exchange
" trueness subscribed
. lion. S-Frona Rin'rs. Another result oC this new Zapata 'the to by the inspec- f
This tire mUst Le 1si inches less than tors and clerk -- J
; tla'iU !he
Should we obey our l'ulers lick one of pleasant' ; reo activity is expected hy officials to be the
,- I, 13I'-Jo-ie; Dennett. membrane to aU the visitors and will lessening of the demands \C Carranza able circumference it of the wheel!, to en- One of the tally books shall then be FOR SALE--CmnCortable house with
" II I General discui'sion. show tll the outside world that the for withdrawal oC American troops. when shrunk on, to draw every placed in the envelope addressed to eight rooms .aod bath and a''. acre
I hearts; of part of the wheel to ether. The tire the supervisor oC 1 lot in lIanpt\lI. Reasonable termd
our
people is registration
I What is obedience and whom shall in the right Trouble from another quarter in i is laid and the r
,f place, on the ground and a hot wood other to the Write Mrs. Annie E. Hampton -
, I we obey ? :Mexico was reportEd to the Navy Department fire county judge and they I I Young
:\11' 11. C. Peace, as built around it. When heated hall be sealed and delivered Fla. 3414.
Sentence prayers.Business. I master oC ceremonies -, today when United States by one oC .
enough it is lifted the -
saw that out by means of inspectors without -- - --
every candidate was I Consul Dawson at Tampico asked that dl'lay. The poll
'. \lizpah. accorded the same privilege, and in a warship be sent to that port to long iron rods :md laid upon the wheel lists, oaths, ballot, ballot stubs, registration FOR SALE-ood: sO'lnd Florida
I. # inhodudng each candidate touched on tect the lives and interests of Ameri-pro and by means of prizing and hammering books and all papers used by raised horde;; young and works gen'
several interesting topics oC the day. cans is dri"en into place, for the heat the inspectors and clerk in connection tie everywhere; not afraid of auto- ,

A jolly crowd from here enjoyed a :\lrs. )1. E. Edwards and Sons, Edward Secretary Daniels ordered the causes the iron to expand so that the with the election shall be sealed up mobiles and extra good in woods stter

party at Mr. and \Irs. h. Tomlinson's and Laurie, and little Miss Mabel boat Marietta from Vera Cruz to Tam-gun- tire will fit. While some oC the work- and, together with the ballot boxes cattle. D, W. Moore, TbereSsa

country home last Saturday night. came up from Gainesville Tuesday pico. It is expected to arrive men ply their sledges to make the tire delivered br the same inspector to the Fla. : 6-2-4t.
, Re,'. B. R. Ioseley, of Melrose, fill.ed They will remain here for today there perfectly round ether cool it with supervisor of registration. --.- -
Rev. L. A. Rawls' place here at the some American interests 1 streams oC water When the tire has have proven best: for coughs and rolds

First Baptist church Sunday, preach- time.Mrs.: A A. Smith was visitor to imperilled by rea son of in the Tampico are cooled it is there to stay and the wheel WILL MY CHILD TAKE DR. KING'S Those who have used Dr. King's Nef
ing at both morning and evening services Kingsley lake Thursday. made by Americans recent protests is as solid as if it had grown in that NEW DISCOVERY Discovery long: st are its best friend'Besides
. which were enjoyed very much \11': Claude Hawkins oC against the shape instead oC being composed of every bottle is guaranteed It
Jacksonville recent Carranza tax The best
and land answer is Dr.
decrees.
heard them. many pieces. But no matter King.s New you dln.t get satisfaction you re'
by all who was shaking hands with his When these how Discovery itself.
many Americans It's
The city band presented a highly in- friends here Tuesday. held a mass strong it will need all its solidity for a pleasant sweet your money back.: But a bottle, tJjt
"i i- -- ..-.- -.-- v- ...... meeting and appealed to Washington. I the work ahead of it. syrup easy to take. It contains the. as directed. Klep what is left for,

f medicines\- .. which 4 _years-4_ oC -:experience. I cough and cold insuranct' (ill)

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