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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 16, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME 38. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 16. 1916. NUMBER 50.

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JAIL DELIVERY YOUNG SCHOOL TEACHERHAS COMMISSIONERS MUST IMPROVE OF INTEREST TO PROP-
GENERAL NEWS
LEG CRUSHED BY TRAIN ERTY OWNERS OF STARKE


TOOK PLACE ON Brinkley Hayes, of Brooker THE CONDITION OF CONVICT CAMP Things to be Looked After Be- ITEMS Of WEEK

Falls Under Moving Train fore Streets are Paved-

SUNDAY NIGHT Severing Left Leg. IMPROVEMENTS WILL BE Examine Water Pipes.In FROM LAWTEY

MADE AS FINANCES PERMIT some improvements. The clerk of said I
Brinkley Hayes, son of Mr. X. G. board, was instructed to notify the' this issue of the Telegraph will\ -
THREE PRISONERS BROKE I ilayes, of the Brooker section, was commissioner that the board would be found published two ordinances
the victim of an unfortunate accident Bradford Fair .\s'oociationsJ.s For DEATH OF MR. CHARLES J.
take the
: matter up and make the improvements just passed by the city authorities,
OUT OF COUNTY BASTILE last Thursday night, the effects of Ul'l'oonabll'mount in MakingUp as soon" as the finances of and we ask property owners in townto I TEARE OCCURRED THURS.

which will be felt as long as he lives. the: road found would permit. I read them carefully.The I I II .--0.'
Budget for 1917. ---t :
The Fourth Refused to Leave and Mr. Ilayes was here to take theteacher's The name of Mrs. P. R. Parmenterwas first ordinance obligates owners I Cattle Thief Broujht'Lp Before Justice .

Gave the Alarm, But examination and was getting placed upon the pauper roll and I of property abutting on streets to 4

Late along remarkably well. lie lives i At 10 clock a. m., )Monday, June ordered paid S3= per month. be.. paved. to make connections from Blanchard and Sound Overto
Too while here at the Commercial hotel. ;oth the board of county commissioners Petition !signed by J. C. Ward and the water mains to their- lots if such Face Crand; '-Jury. .

Thursday: night was very hot_ and he was called to order by ChairmanJ. others asking for a public road beginning do not already exist, within thirty \.
and another young man stayed up late at the Samuel Summers house days after the -- .
evening when Tate Den- B. Crews with all members pres- approval of the ordinance .
Sunday waiting for the air to cool off before ent, to-wit: A. II. Willliams, S. T. and run east on or near land line and (It was approved by Mayor Death of Mr. !'l'aTt'. .
mark, son of Sheriff Denmark, went they retired. About 10:;O they start- Howling, J. L. Underhill and D.V.. to intersect with public road at or nearJ. I Hoover June 14th.) If the property The death of Mr. Claries J. Teare !
up in the jail to lock up his prisoners, ed on a walk down the track. A southbound Pinholster. E. Gay's house. Upon recommen- owners will not do so, the city author- occurred early last Thursday morningat
who had had the privilege of the corridor I freight train came on and the dation of A. II. Williams, commissioner ities will have the connections madeat his late home in tast Lawtey,
he asked, "Are you all in?" stepped off the track and Minutes of last meeting read and of said district the fa
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young men petition was beir
I I the owners' expense, the property creeping paralysis ** the cause of
and the answer was "yes, upon whichhe walked on the east side of it. but apparently approved.The granted. being a lien for payment.The his death. The deceased!: was born in
locked the cage door, believing that I:I .too close to the rails for safe following bills were presented I State pension claims of Mrs. Lydia second ordinance obligates own- Liverpool, Englaid, va September, a jj
all four prisoners were safely In On the north of Madison for payment: Quigley Lumber and Johns
ty. edge approved. ers of property abutting on streets to 1S63, and came to the j United States
the iron cells. But it seems that one I street is short ditch at right angle Supply Co., for screen doors and laborat bonds
a a Notary public presented byJ. be paved to have examined and If when a boy. He was arMethodist, and i
of the prisoners was still in the corridor with the track; it was dark, and the county jail, $3.05; Ashe Disinfectant E. Wilson and E. W. Hayes were necessary, renewed water connections a member while in Chicago of the Oli
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bent on setting himself and the darkness being enchanced by the shad- Company for $?03.JO: ; DeWitt C. approved. already existing, at least thirty days Methodist chul ch. :;Being a broadminded ,

others at liberty.In ows from the cars, Mr. Hayes did not Jones balance due on burial expensesof Upon motion and second the board before the paving of the streets. If and liberal map; and while living J it I

the middle of the night Deputy see the ditch but stepped into it and A. J. Braiden. Upon motion and dispersed with the employment of this is not done by the owners, the''' nearer a Congregational church :
Sheriff M. Cameron, who lives on in such that his left leg second the payment of the above bills for of
slipped a way County Attorney board county town bond trustees will see to the than one of his choice, he was for thir-
Court street opposite the jail, was came over the rail and it was crushedto was refused. commissioners.F. matter at the owners' expense, the teen years a trustee of the Congregational

awakened by Rufus McLeod, one of a pulp by a wheel, the cut takinga Communication from W. A. McRae, M. Rivers, president of the Brad properties being a lien for payment.The church. ,

the prisoners at the jail and the deputywas diagonal direction from a few inches Commissioner of Agriculture, to the ford County Fair Association, was be- reason for these ordinances is For twentynine years he rode his

told of a jail delivery- that had below the knee downward, and he was board of county commissioners calling fore the board in the interest of said simple and good: After we have engine, fearless of death for he was a
taken place shortly before. Mr. Cam- dragged along by the train for a few their attention to the condition of the association and appealed to said board the of the goneto Christian and not afraid of death. 1
expense paving streets,
eron immediately ran to the jail and feet. county convict camp, as per the reportof that in making up budget for fiscal we do not want them torn for the Ire leaves a wife and three cousins 'I' I

awakened the sheriff, who lives in the His comrade assisted him to his the State Inspector of Convicts, sake of digging trenches, up for when in the United States, and one brother .
lower story of the jail building. They room and Dr. A. II. Freeman was recommending that the board make (Continued on Page 6.) once an concrete-asphalt pavement is and two sisters in the "Old Country." I

both went upstairs and found the cage sent for. The doctor found that am- thus disturbed it cannot The funeral was held af his late home
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door open, the lock of which had been putation was necessary and the patientwas / made perfect, and the replacing of the Friday morning and th*: body was interred -
broken, and a hole through the brick removed to his office, where the 'I surface materials is a costly business at Kingsley Take- cemetery.
wall under of the front windows, : *
one leg was taken off four or five inches I I As .'*
and the only remaining prisoner was below the knee, after which the wounded Do You Know This? laid anyway on one side the of water the streets mains, were Servant of God, well done, '. d
! many
Rufus McLeod, who is in for assault young man was brought to the I trenches would have to been dug clean I Thy glorious warfare's past; ,
with attempt to murder; he had refus- hotel. The battle's the
fought is
ed to take advantage of the chancefor : Do the business men of Starke know that the I across the pavement. As for inspecting I And thou art crowned, at race last. won, C
still have
He is there and may to the connections, of them
0 liberty.himself The cutside prisoner had who had remain for yet another week before he : Telegraph's pay roll is the largest weekly pay roll in were made at the time the many mains were I
secreted probablyhad
e can be moved to his home near Brooker. i! II laid, and the joints have had plentyof Jesus, while our hearts are bleeding,
. possession of a piece of iron, with He is getting along as well as the town and that very few institutions within the time to rust out, and the pipes- O'er the spoils that death has won;

r which the soft the brick lock wall had below been broken the window and could be expected and his father, one I f town pay as much per annum in salaries as we do? which are of the smallest bore that We would at this solemn meeting E
e brother, Mr. W. II. Hayes, lately returned I I could be made to lead the water-are Calmly say, "Thy will lay done."
.. grating was easily cut through with from Graceville, Tenn., wherehe These statements are facts, and we.hope we may be more less t
or clogged by incrustations ,
up -
r the same had crawled iron, after out which on the the veranda fugitives had held a responsible position, I pardoned if we suggest to the business men that I for though: the city water is By thy hands the boon was given,
and another brother, Prof. M. S. l Thou hast taken but Thane own
e very pure, it still contains enough of ;
roof and descended to the ground.The 'I such an institution deserves consideration when they Lord of earth x'
e Hayes, one of the instructors of those I minerals to clog up a small pipe in and God of' Heaven

1 went sheriff in and pursuit his of deputy the fugitives.One immediately -. taking the teachers' examination, are : need anything in our line. It is quite impossible, of course, of years. The intention is to Evermore, "Thy will be :done." 1 1i 111Continued
with him most of the time, besides leave the pavement undisturbed for
'. of the latter, Jim Franklin, had friends, so that he receives the best : course, for our employees to trade with every mer- I five years. It is hoped that property lr "
i Negro Charged With Cattle Thievery. .
been the home of his at
J'r at parents of care and it is hoped he will soon chant in town but owners will comply with the 'city's
Temples Mill a short time before. Mr. be able to be around again. our employees are loyal to the quest within the time limits and thus re- I Isiah Cornell was brought; before
Cameron thinks he could have caught Justice B. L. Blanchard day last
business one
e general interests of the town and spend avoid trouble, for these ordinanceswill I r
Franklin that night, but he was still week charged with stealing cattle.
,,rr more anxious to catch Henry Bing, ODD FELLOWS MEMORIAL EXER- their money here. No matter who they spend it with, be enforced.As Cornell was in the act of shipping two II

a notorious car robber. But it being CISES. it gets into the channels of trade and operates to for sewer connections on streetsto I cow hides when Deputy :Sheriff L. L.
'Iir. Sunday night, when it is 1'10work be paved the city will have such i' Sapp, who is also inspector of marks -

r.P.. to get telegraph and telegraphic connections May Lodge Xo. 10, Independent Order swell_. the volume of business. ; I connections made to the sides of the ': and brands, appeared on the scene j

P.t.. so much time was occupiedwith : of Odd Fellows, will hold memorial There is another side to the matter too. The j streets, at proper intervals while the :I and inquired what he haJ in the box. -
I sewer work is going on, and when
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a
notifying officers elsewhere that exercises in the Baptist church Sun- Cornell told him that Jif had a few
In.! the fugitives got a good start and day night, June Ihth" at 7:=10 p. m. Telegraph is always ready with a defense of the town property owner wishes to connect with goat hides and a cow bide that Mr.

n.P, Everybody\ cordially invited to attend if it stands in need of defense and it is depended on : 1 these branches the city charges him I I
,
e.f. (Continued on Page 8.) these sen'ices. ; for part already laid to main sewer. ( on Page 4.)
to exploit any and every enterprise looking to the I'' I .


.Il MORE TROOPS ORDERED TO THE instrument general welfare.for the For good a newspaper of its town to it must be an have effective bus- I\YILSON\ AND MARSHALL ARE CHOICE( .



E Y MEXICAN LINE; UNEASINESS GROWS% I iness.and It cannot its force retain of employees skilled men must on niggardly be paid regu-salaries OF THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION '


-eo I I larly. There are hundreds of other items of expense .-.

)i1Ie that must be met promptly. To give idea of I
some
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TROOPS ORDERED OUT
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: TO REINFORCE THE PATROL -!' !' expense maintaining an establishmentlike I .; ;. ;' ,;, .t' WELCOME DELEGATES

the Telegraph amounts to take into I, ; It.
we
:No More \\hUki-j Ads.At you our PrompttI'ntion., 1'Iea-t. .
.eM fur Spreads' That Anti-Amcrnran .. confidence far enough to say that the expendituresfor I. Democrats in Good; Spirit Confident .. "

.i- Uprising Will Culminate in Attack .. the expiration of existing .. the first five months of the present year for labor ", The Tt-lcjraph't. subscribers .. of Winning in Fall l'-ction- '
weeks the
contractJ.OIHP
no! to give attention
are requested prompt -
11- on I'trshins's Trw>|ii.WASHIXGTOX supplies and I I Huge Crowds .\ttl'ldin .
of Telegraph placed the ban on necessary betterments to the plant have to statements mailed to

of whiskey adxeitisements- It will averaged $115 per week. This, we think, should them from this (Ifl \e. We are ., :
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se June 12.: -Secretary hereafter be the policy of the pa- make it plain to those who are interested in the I trying to hold the Telegraph I ST. LOUIS, June 14.* WiNon and
of Baker yesterday announced that per not to admit this class: of advertising right up to the standard of flush Marshall and \idor in November! ,
1,000 additional coast artillerymen and to its columns, and the .. maintenance of a representative paper in Starke times. We need your prompt help was the program of the I..il'gates.h..> ''

Gilh.1il a battalion from Washington hail been .. .. agencies through whom the business .. that the Telegraph needs the loyal support of every : to do this. The frequent mailingof crowded int the big coli.'uni here today ...
h.ct ordered to the Mexican border. About wa sent to us have been so business man in the town. I statements takes time and for the opening !'(';i-'In; of the
, 1,400 have been added to Funston's : e notified. j mOlenon't let us have to incur Democratic National onvention. .
ed command. Baker said the additional : w The Telegraph is here to the .
: I, serve best inter- I this unnecessary expense.i There probably was not 01.e Democrat
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troops i> '. \! !' ;. !' ;. !' ,
,00be would be used to strengthenthe : ests of the town. The better we are patronized the I We serve you promptly. Please present who could recallAlien a national -
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guard along the American sidt\ better we can serve. treat us in the frame way. (convention of that ,: uty entered -

.:II- The ordering of new troops to the ENGLISH DELL BEFORE I \ 4aa3A upon its work with nww harmony
ilihe border is coincident I :, JJi3"sEJ"sSTARKE :>>
with the continuing + e than that prevailing today. The candidates t.
: reports of the rapid spread of COUNTY JUDGE SATURDAY I - - for President! amJ'irt President j '.

anti-American uprisings inll'xko.. I i have been deeideiupon! and, :
Last night the administration officials I:! BALL ASSOCIATION ; according to the \leaders there will be
;
I. asines8.made no attempt to conceal their un1 I!1.. Found Guilty of Having Shot GUBERNATIONAL NOMINATION FAR I i --- :: no friction otter the part;, ', declaration -

Fannie Lloyd and Will i of principles. Only the phraseology ;
} There is a growing alarm that the : Prospect for Good Games if of few planks in the platform
a

1a I.J. agitation lerbhing's may expedition.produce an Part attack of the on .1' Face Grand Jury. FROM SOLUTION; BOTH CLAIM LEADThe II Support is Given. I'II I remains Despite to the be agreed expected upon cut and dried .t.I.

apprehension is due to the renewed I
raids in the Laredo All day Saturday County Judge Gar- proceedings which the pai'y! managers
region. An enthusiastic base ball meetingwas
It diner's court was occupied with thepreliminary I hope to enliven by calling upon oldcampaigners
- has been stated officially that, Jacksonville Metropolis of Wednesday count chows him to be leading." held Friday night June 9th, and i
deliver ringing speeches
hearing of Dell to : -
| English ,
new troops will be ordered to the Laredo gives the following informa- I L. E. Roberts, A. W. Anderson and R
ith : Wh'-ii asked
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i as to whether odd ,
|I accused of having shot in the leg Fannie tion to the status of or not to the delegates at moments
section as Knott
border1 aid
to '
increase elected of
the Weeks
rtns. :: a formal statement figures' A. were managers of the -onventionwas
Patrol. Lloyd on the night of May 24th. Catts, who received the giving the sereeant-at-arms
: I j I! A large number of witnesses; were examined for in the highest vote would: be issued this afternoon, Mr. the Starke Base Call Association, Ted prepared to handle I large crowdsat '
governor of Tues-
1ptf.- on Secretary Lansing Is still at work : and the judge's office was so day of last week primary j i I Jackson answered that he did not Halligan secretary and treasurer.I' all of the meetings tlvery seat
a reply to Carranza's note de- i crowded with spectators that life was : I think this probable Practice was held Monday afternoonand has been allotted and arrangements
- manding the withdrawal of American I II made a burden there on that hot day. Both Sidney J. Catts and W. V. I Realizing that legal proceedings E. Markley Johns was elected cap- were made to take care of hundred in
ida troops and it is indicated that the re-I Knott today claim the nomination as I With the and officers in the
I might be the outcome tain. managers back of the seats end ,
The found of the spaces
ply' will judge finally English Dell guberna- .
next Governor of Florida
ellto- not be sent for ten as a result ball .
days guilty of assault with attempt to mur- of the tional contest, Attorney General West elected there should be some good aisles. The interior of the Coliseum.was ;
Democratic
, f primary election on Starke this !.
has seen in season. handsomely decorated.Called
telegraphed instruction
der and fixed his bail for appearance June 6th. All counties have to all the
atsa.-. Raider a Carranza Officer. before the grand jury at the fall term heard from, been county judges in the state to hold the Starke should get together one of1| to Order at .Voon.J .

;-tt. LAREDO, Texas, June 13.-0ne of of the circuit court at $400. The bond and Mr. Catts'including headquarters Hillsborough this, ballot\ boxes and election records in the best amateur teams in the state J I The plans for the opening day's session .
three bandits killed I was given and English discharged accordance with the law. and all should help this cause. We Ii provided for the convention to be -;.
- in the declared
yesterday I morning that a tabulation of William
o'clock -
credi- called order at 12 : by
chase to
of have acquitted ourselves very
the from
lds.e" outlaws who custody. their His telegrams reads follows
raided Cole-I figures showed Mr. Catts the as : the '
> far and will do so yet if pro- : h F. McConbs, of New York,
ranch tably
so
: :' northwest of Laredo, Sun,: nominee by 417 votes. "In view of the close vote for some charman of the National Com
day the players. retiring
is given
night
encouragement f
I : wore a Carranza uniform posse and the bandits fought desperately W. H. offices, I suggest the importance of per a
1ds.If i and has" i Jackson, attorney for Mr. Baseball is a royal sport, interesting mittee. The call for the convention
. by one of identified at Webb, Texas, no attempt being made to escape Knott, stated just after 11 o'clock this preserving the original ballot returns even to those who do not play, U to be read by J. Bruce Kremer, the '
ge' Ueute the bandits captured, as until the leader and two others morning that the count in that officeis and papers as required by second par- but it requires some means for a good secretary of the National Committee +
use nt Colonel Villareal, of the were killed. Captain Bell with detachment agraph of section 44, election for the
; ,'Carra a being re-tabulated today, but would primary start, and when the managers come to Then the program called open- Y
z
fot IUlJlriaed while army. The Mexicans were of the Fourteenth cavalry give no figures. "You can just say law, as amended in 1915. see the business men about assistance, ing prayer by the Rev. James W. L e.
( ) bridge trying to burn a railtoed is scouring the country in this sec that Mr. Knott will be declared the THOMAS F. WEST, it is to be hoped that what they ask

(1)J r near Webb. A sheriff's tion. nominee," said Mr. Jackson. "His "Attorney General." be granted without stint. 1 (Continued on Page.P 4.) .






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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY JUNE 16,

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r t REPUBLICANS NOMINATE HUGHES MYSTERIOUS PARS AND ACHES EVER CALOMEL SALIVATED? HORRIBLE BY -


IIII Make Life Hard to Bear For Many


r- AS CANDIDATE FOR PRESIDENTi Starke Women Calomel is Quicksilver and Acts PURE ICE a '}

-1 Too many women mistake their Like Dynamite On
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Is Made
Out
, I ,. pains and aches for troubles peculiarto of Steam, Steam Is a apor

,i .' ;' ROOSEVELT REFUSES NOMINATION the sex. More often disordered Your Liver. Generated From Water and Purified by 11
: ; !; NATAL GRASSU. kidneys are causing the aching back, eal.

.i OF PROGRESSIVES dizzy spells, headaches and irregular s .1
Calomel ]loses You know ;
a day
'j you
I, ( S. Departmtnt of Agriculture.) urination. Kidney weakness becomes what calomel is. It's quicksilver Ice made from well water is no cleaner
mercury
, ;
I :i I Fairbanks Nominated For Vive-Presi' WASHINGTON, D. C.-Natal grass dangerous if neglected. Use a time- Calomel is dangerous. It than the water itself. Limes Chlorides !i
; ,
in the of of the tried kidney remedy-Doan's Kidney ,
opinion specialists
idency by Republicans; Parker I crashes into sour bile ]like dynamite Nitrates Sand
II'II'j j U. S. Department of Agriculture, is Pills. Hosts of people testify to their or any germ-life found in II
and Calomel
cramping sickening
By Progressives lthe I most valuable hay grass for the merit. Read a Starke case: you. wells will "go-over" into Raw-Waterlce.
attacks the bones and should never be
I I j ---- sandy soils of Florida that has yet Mrs M. V. Hazel, Broadway, Starke put into system. I .
your
been found. It should also : "I have used Doan's Kidney
. CHICAGO, June 10.-The Republicans prove suc- I says
When feel bilious sluggish OUR ICE IS
you con- MADE OF STEAMIT
F today nominated Justice cessful along the Gulf Coast to Southern Pills on different occasions for backache --- _
stipated and all knocked out and believe '. .
Hughes and Chas W. Fairbanks, and Texas, and futher tests of the and other symptons of kidney need dose of dangerous IS PURE A\D UWLESOME
you a
, I ; at almost the same time Roosevelt was I plant in Arizona and California wouldbe complaint and they have given me calomel just remember that druggist

i nominated by the Progressives, and'I' desirable. The hay from this grassis great relief." I Staten nt given Mar. your
sells for 50 cents a large bottleof
later in the day John M. Parker of of excellent quality for feeding pur- 10, 1911.) Dodson's Liver Tone, which is entirely IT LASTS LONGER
to fill out the somewhat richer in protein than Results That Remain. i
I Louisiana, was named po:es, vegetable and pleasant to take
r VicePresident.The attractive in and Over three later, Mrs.! Hazel
Progressive ticket for timothy, appearance years and is a perfect substitute for calomel.It .
Republicans required a ballot, very palatable. In those markets in said: "I have the !same high praisefor
is guaranteed to start liver
( the third of the convention, while the which it is known it now brings as Doan's Kidney Pills now as I did without stirring inside your and Starve Ice Company

, i I Progressive nomination was made by much, and sometimes more, than tim- when I'E' them my endorsement can not salivate.Don't you up l

acclamation. Both conventions adjourned othy. As it is still unfamiliar in most sometime ago. They have given me take calomel! It makes you

sections of the however the lasting results."
: ; this aftel'l1oonI" country, ,
sick the it loses
next day; :you a day'swork.
I Roosevelt sent a message to the demand for it can be extended only by Price SOc, at all dealers. Don't Dodson's Liver Tone straightens -

I Progressive convention declining the offering hay of bright color and well simply ask for a kidney remedy-get you right up and you feel great. -- -- =

I nomination conditionally, and it was cured. Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that
G;live' it to the children because it
.' i wishes. This and heavy Mrs. Hazel has twice publicly
I' accepted at Roosevelt's A quick vigorous growth recom- it perfectly harmless and does not

;: i provisional declination is believed to yields are characteristics of Natal mended. Foster Milburn Co., Props.,
gripe.
I ((10-4'2)
r
I leave the door open for the eventual gracs. From 2 to o tons per acre is I Uuffalo, N. Y. ,;jErEX I

: \: withdrawal of the third ticket, in the the average production for the year, !
I LIEUTENANT S.UTLEY
I event Hughes' position on what the but double these quantities are some TO THE SEEDS ON THE KIf.LEU.hiator

f. Progressives believe to be the vital times secured. On the other hand the SEA

I. I issues of the campaign, meet their grass cannot be recommended for per- Was One of the Best ILning

approval. To this extent the leaders manent pasture since it does not grow Broken Many Records "There5
1_ t I of both parties believe that efforts at well unless the land has been recently Everybody in Florida is well acquainted t a good.
with cocoanuts ought to
I or
harmony may yet be realized. plowed. It can be grown on many PEXSACOLA, June 9.-LieutenanII. .
be how know
I Roosevelt's to the Progressive kinds of soil but reseeds itself freelyonly yet many why a cocoanut j4i Farmer !
: message C.
.. has three eyes ? Luther Burbank Saufley, a nal'iator, was ;
convention is in part: "I cannot on well-drained sandy types.
i s explains it this killed here late today in the machinein

accept at this time, as I do not know Moreover, it requires a long and warm Cocoanuts, he way-notes, generally growat which he is said to habroken As you drive t'tp.iiji, ; the Country it's
the attitude of the Republican candi- season for it to grow, and severe win-
i the edge of the sea or river. The several world's hydro-aeroplane rec- easy to rick out tie; fjrmers who are -
of the day, ters natural re-seeding. On : progressive .
date toward questions prevent
: ords. The .
nuts surrounded with thick husk aeroplane fell seven hundred and e'roIIs. A
[ shiftless
are
I a prod
immediate this it is not to becomeof man
therefore if desire an account likely
i; you with a waterproof covering so that feet, landing on Santa Rosa allows his building to I-''
I :come shabby and
I decision I must decline the nomination much importance as a field crop except Island. One I '
when they drop into the water they tailpiece of the machinewas weather-beaten f he
tor
farmer
I t ifty
but if you prefer it I suggest along the Gulf coast and perhapsit be keeps
will float. In floating the three reported to disarranged, causing -
eyes everything neatU
, .. my conditional refusal be placed in is possible to grow it as far north as the accident. The body was found ;1JIIII'tJith
are always on top.
the hands of the Progressive National Washington, D. C.
f I I Once the cocoanut is in the water, Ily persons witnessing the fall who
Committee. If Justice Hughes' statements In planting Natal grass it is bestto !
i went to the island in /W
motor boat.
: From of the a
I. nature gets busy. one
'I the committee that it the in the best
satisfy put ground possible tj
shoot which develops On March 25th Saufley ascended to ) r'r '
there
I,'I'/,I It is for the interests of the country condition before sowing the seed. The eyes broad leaves comas like a sails. The wind- a height of sixteen thousand feet r \viYJ\ 1
I
I act surface should be made fine mel- .
that he .be elected, they can accordingly as which .
is !said to be the world's record. .
thesails and the
catches wafts
and treat refusal as def- low and even as possible. If the soil cocoanut ;: .rW t .. r 1 ;"-
.
I rl} my sometimes He is thirty-two years of and ___ : :: ..;J\. ._ 7' : .
age
on a journey many : :
If not satisfied is heavy it should be harrowed
initely accepted. they are or cloddy
;, it sails the other two came from Kentucky. Saufley leavesa I ,
miles As
long. LEAD
Z :
the AND
. they can confer with partyand thoroughly, and if the field has widow. PAINT

1 I' me and then determine on their been, used for crops grown in rows it eyes develop roots, which at first grow crw R CMJjQHS -1.Ga 48 LONGER,
,
,. action." The Progressive! convention should be disked and harrowed untilno along the woody fibers, of the husk.In .

: accepted this and adjourned sine die. trace of these rows can he seen. A good season the cocoanut is ilTISH:" STEAMSHIP CHASED BY Of course, any pJr.t ton j r ut -on i, better thanno .

I i The Republicans, who took two haIr ('omI110:111I'actin' i is to plow the ground swept upon another shore, perhaps on TORPEDOES painr. Hat for lon, I <.:,tistacrrrv servicewe

r lots last night, with the growing indication after the last cutting in the fall and another i-land. The roots imbed them- always recomn.uid I >ufl. I l.l"td: .nd Zinc Paint
likely to to plant it to oats winter i-elve.s in the !soft earth, the sail becomes becau.sce *
that Hughes was or some crop. PEXS.COLWith can L
: a great holein gu.irant.-c I 11 .C ?(.luttly
l win the third ballot when the convention After the crop has been removed in the the trunk, 'nd a cocoanut palm I Ii her hull It cont-ins pure.
i on ., near the rudder post and no \\ hit:!'. t, :--a.: other ;"
I opened today, found- mis I spring, the land is given a shallow i is growing where none grew lieiore. I only a few inches above water line, worthier a-Hurunt-/\ ,, f; ;\ h'\ acv

I-i morning that the "favorite son" combination plowing or disking and is harrowed Fringing many a Florida Key arethese another through the smokestack the : ,.vne paint
KOIS M) nuuf.rthi' I ,
d.
.n. : J
,
cocoanuts which were launched M : : longer
and the delegates until smooth With this
been broken
had plan no receding port quarter| ripped out and sleeping, than op:;mar ii"-.
l I. ; !\ flopped rapidly to Hughes. By is necessary to an old field) of as free sea rovers from some other quarters of the crew almost demoli-h- p

t the time New Jersey was reached in Natal grass, as the fall plowing buries shore Whispering through their cd, the British steamer Mercian reach Ct'i'.u u. ..nd It- -i- t I }I. _- l.rtlc: it will costSTARKE

i the roll call Hughes had received the the scattered !seed in the ground. On graceful fronds are breezes telling of ed here and the captain told of being von n r 11:1 t'irt'evol: '

I necessary -194 votes, and many of the I fields treated in this way the first cutting other !seed-craft which are traveling chased by a German U boat in the '

members wanted to make it unanimous for hay can lie made in about two every day to new homes seed-craft )Iedit'l'r n'an. The Mercian, he said, HARDWARE CO.

I but it was insisted that the balance -I months after the spring disking, and which are vastly more marvelous than was ploughing along at a fair rate of

j of the States be polled. I' later cuttings from Ii< to 8 weeks apart any work of man, and which somehow, speed about ::1 o'clock in the afternoon STARKE, FLORIDA
,
i When Hughes was nominated no 'if the crop is truck, instead of oats, somewhere, were thought out by the when the lookout sighted a submarine '

I I word had come as to whether he had I the grass will be later in maturing. In Master:; Mind and designed as was the approaching from the I i '.
port
quarter.The f '
'I accepted, but his acceptance came 'I such cases a little care and cultivation cocoanut with its "three eyes, so vessel's course was changed and ,

. I shortly after with the announcement will leave the ground sufficiently wisely planned.-Miami Metropolis.: all steam crowded on and! the race for A. A.t }

that he would accept and had resigned i smooth for the use of a mowing machine life was begun. The steamer dodgedthe }

from the Supreme COUl.t.I' I and the hay can he cut about two WANT CLOCKS SET AHEAD ONE torpedoes fired five minutes afterwards

Fairbanks, who earlier in the day had I months after the last cultivation of II HOUR. by taking zigzag course and- ,

i I 'requested that his name not be placedin the truck crop. then the U boat, opened fire with her

; nomination for the Vive-Presidency, It is desirable! to plow the Natal in 3-inch guns More than a dozen shots #
NEW YORK.-A campaign ;
.. I : accepted when he was notified that he grass field every two years. If the bill before, support were fired, some screaming over the
of the Borland ,
i had been nominated. Roosevelt's proposal ground is not plowed in the fall, earl- now clo'ksal1 heads of the crew, but the master r.
to set the nation's refused -
: of Senator Lodge as a compromise ier cuttings can be made in the spring, Congress, to surrender. The submarinethen
I f i <'ad an hour has been started hereby
candidate, while received with but after the second or third year oth. fired another torpedo, which miss
labor
of organizations -
i i cheers in the gallery, could not h'adI' er grasses: and weeds will come in and representatives merchants associations and city ed. Finding the steamer would not 12!

: off the stampede for Hughes! once the quality of hay will deteriorate. !submit, no more attempts made
were
their ballot had gotten under way. Without fall plowing the growth of departments at a meeting called by I by l the U boat to fire torpedoes but

/ Governor Johnson of California, who the plants in the spring is also unevenat Borough President Marks. her 3-inch LOW ROUND TRIP SUMMER RATES
I guns were brought into
declared play
New York city, it was ,
,
; had been informed beforehand of the time, of the first cutting and and !shot after shot fired, several of t1 FROM JACKSONVILLE .
for light
I ;, Roosevelt's attitude toward the Progressive some of the stems will bo old and dry would save $1.100,000 a year which found the It. Laa!.'...._.11; n C.M; ,.._. ,. J U :A ClHUMli. ..-. )u M
ing if the clocks were set ahead an vessel, but fortunate- I I 0......_.__ fit Si. ,..1_. _. M irf Lout,ill.....- 11 M
i/ i nomination, declined to let and others only partly grown.Natal ly for the Mercian 4 1 C.Ior.doSDrl.6..... ?160 1/.1.16.-: "SDi hoanlle.----- II*
I his be hour. The examples of England, Germany -I none struck the I S.ItL.Ctty........ 11dO Ajsup,|. --.. --.IF B..M, II* ---.M.N
(II name used for a running mate. glass seed is always sown machinery, nor did of them ex. YcllKilau. > 71M Torral...... 44 and any
I Austria-Hungary and ..... .. $41i
Peril.
broadcast *!- '|MU1 IMOt M..tr..telk R.orILIeL. -
t -- as the seeds are apt to plode. The chase continued se.nl.-- 4.fO 106 fJ M .. 4ti
: Cleveland and Detroit in this for over i l M Puab/- Told. -+
countrywere L.Arln..l 01601 ...... .,.,,. .
stick together and will feed i 1.10 M. .u. 154 fO P. -- J.JJ
, I Hughes Denounces Foreign Policy of not evenly quoted by the speakers.A three hours but the :Mercian: a big II S.* F,...,.**( m.Wi m II Bt.t.- a O ChninwM.aaaik --- /1 1II
i ....... M
1
through a drill. To overcome this, vessel with Cl.ci.r P.rY11.15 Ni.<*r* P.III M SJ C.
Administration. the seeds committee was named to consider powerful engines, made as r Low met I* mk.r Calar.d, (:alllaIlia. I .<...'.. ili ua"ala <) Micklu! P.l.1*.
WASHINGTON, June 10.--Justice with wood ashes are dampened before and mixed: the question with the idea of startinga good speed and darkness at last ended 1 i I I the Fluid.G.at. L.1.* ..d R.e1T M..Main. Prap.rtl.nlet. L. rata 4..4Mr P 1r.

I Hughes today resigned from the Supreme sowing.Iany campaign for the adoption of the I the chase.! The Mercian will undergo II i I Tlclul...Ml*d.ily (Mil Spl.M. 1..bidOct. 31.
.
I planters think it better to leave the
I uencn and accepted the Republican plan throughout the countrv.-Flor repairs here and then take a cargo for i III I VARIABLE ROtTE TO PENVFR. S/I.T \KE..COLORADO
I' rams to cover the seed but others roll England 1 SPRINGS. LOS ANGEI M S\N IRVSCISCO,
: 'I nomination for President.In the field or drag it with a plank.At Metropolis.. I ; It PORfLAND. SEATTLK:, LTC.Goi .

I a telegram denouncing the Administration's the time seed I Ill i i .| ikr. |k Si. Lai.,re.r.d./tbro.tb Cbv.t or l ioa >cr>*. Llrl M*>
present imported
\ I I.! foreign policy and declaring A HACKING COrGII WEAKENS TOMB BROUGHT FROM EGYPT IS i I nri S.a llekeu. iTO
S usually cost about a dollar a pound, III ii i THE NORTH AND NOiTH EST. ikrn.ilUml sMulb nuu MOD
for thorough-going Americanism, THE SYSTEM FORTY CENTURIES OLD I I ekoic. at tbra .ifir.m raoiri."TH .
I
while
i ordinary Florida grown seed is I .LH
'*
I. he gave his decision to Chairman sold for from 25: to 50 cents a pound.As Don't suffer with a hacking cough 1 4 < rill, L..Isdl.SOUTHLAND"t.Cbiw..1iediu.rob.At1s. Ci.ci.n.n ud P,.< I.ro..Luu. I..u J..btouO1.R!
Harding, breaking his long silence P.t4., ui...Ckl..| H5 A. M.
a matter of fact, Florida can that has weakened your 'stem-ret An tomb ( j .. Rur'Ob
pro- Egyptian approximately "niXIB FLYIK" .1. AII..I. r>.i ae/ \M> iH>
] which has kept his party leaders in duce as good seed as can be obtained a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery 4..*>00 years old, which arrived in New iMYm'J.ekHKill*B M P. M..arr,..(1''g101 A. M."ST. .. .
the dark to his LOUIS EXPHHM" ao'l B'rfiik. N'BT.KI '
as attitude. i. r.r
|
anywhere else, and the existingpl'ef. in use over 40 years, and benefiting York in August; 1913, has finally been ||.,1..,..J..k..i11.t M. oroe,St.lo.n I 411 A.M..
His
letter of resignation was scarce- erence for the imported variety is to all who use it, the soothing pine reconstructed in the :Museum: of Art ThrM.J.ilr nun I*Ik. t..t.nrl. n>rikik. N.w Oil'dlaiil <... UMIMIW. L. M
ly more than twelve ear .rict. Fun lint Kuck b>l4i! N* D>M N D"ko
.
lines long, and largely due to carelessness in gathering I balsam with tar heal the irritated air in that city. It is the tomb of Perneb, /- -- wS.r.roa wi.k la reed 16."e.., ',..J .e,awl .*a4.p., r..r.W I.adM.aI W
President Wilson's lluilrid b.o *f .a..r tome r.H.C.BRFJNEY' ntre .I?
reply accepting the !| and handling the domestic! pro- passages-soothes the raw spots a chamberlain of one of the Pharaohs. '- --'y I a.l ekrl.or Ienaio... S..a61 n."L af..M6 Pa IN/T r poL.K

I length.resignation was. about the same ; duct. Good seed should show 80 toI loosens the mucous and prevents racking Only two other tombs of this characterand ,

]I !I'O' cent of germination, but the body with coughing. Dr. I .
per as a of equal importance have ever I I I { mil Fkndi P.iMi, r Afral.Oilur
.
Roosevelt's Judge Hughes conditional was told today of matter of fact, many samples show King's New Discovery induces natural been taken out of the Nile country, it 1l I Ii! I t.ainJl. Its Jt Nuhdl4l Vlul B.R., SIIHI.Ryr

declination of less than 10 per cent. Well ripened, sleep and aids nature to cure you. 2 is said. This monument is a valued 1 I HCKSO11.LE FLL

the Progressive nomination, but he declined I, fresh seed, however, which has been art treasure because; of its profuse and t ii l' l l j l 1 II Spccwl L.. R.M/d.n.1M ...., i*CMRHKMB. ...

'' I of to comment on it. His telegram properly cured always germinateswell. in the cocks from 20(; to 48 hours, but remarkably well preserved mural decorations -

i reiteration acceptance was practically a A safe rule is never to gatherthe field curing often requires a longer and because most other

in the of the principles inculcated seed<<1 until the deep crimson color time. It may t be considered completed tombs of similar age in the vicinity - -

Republican platform. :, of the immature heads begins to fade when the stems are so dry that they from which this came have been de

I Hughes was born in ISt.?. He is to a paler red and until their glossy" I will break wh n a small wisp of hay troyelI.-From the June Popular A

t I four years younger than Roosevelt appearance is dulled by the spreading '' is twisted slightly, when the hay does Mechanics Magazine

1' ;I and six years younger than President! ]airs of the ripe heads. If the grass 'I not feel cool when pressed to the .. Z. MATTHEWSArtesian

I Wilson. He was first known to the has made a good growth, about 100 cheek; and when stirring it slightly SHERIFF FIGHTS
I WITH COACH-
)' public in IfiO.'i; and 190t! >, when he was pounds of seed per acre may be strip- j j produces a "dry" rust II'. In the barn

engaged in New Lork for an investigation ped from it with but little injury to i the hay should remain in the mow until WHIP ON FENCE J Well DrillerI

of the insurance companies unearthing the hay. ., ,. I I it goes through a sweat, which not I I -

t' nation-wide scandals.Mr. A ton of seed per, acre, it is"said. I II I i only develops a sweeter aroma, but is SWAT NSBORO, GA.-Sheriff R. W. I have had twenty-four( years experience} in

r- Hughes was twice governor of can be gathered if the crop is allowed safeguard against heating and mould ; Coursey yesterday had a thrilling-

r New York, and from there he was to go uncut through the whole sum-" ing in the bale. In a humid section counter with a snake, while creeping \Vell drilling in Florida.

.I appointed to the Supreme I>ench.Am mer. Under existing conditions there like Florida it 1 is never safe to hale hay along a rail fence on the edge of a

I,: on 8- ]1.< r1 st important decisions : should be a fair profit in the production I directly from the field or within a dayor swamp, five miles from town, where / all

are Pate rate cases! the pure food : of the seed in addition to the two after cutting, as is sometimes he suspected a "moonshine still" was guarantee to satisfactorily comphte

.1 law decision and the Virginia-West value of the grass for hay. done in the dry climate of the West. in operation, he was suddenly confronted = -
:=
( .CO.VTRACTS-- ==
'
? Virginia debt cases. To insure the greatest quantity and Thorough care in this respect as; well by a coachwhip, which rosr '

,: the highest quality of hay throughout as in the field curing are important almost! erect before striking at the Raiford Flon-la

.. f WHY ENDURE SUMMER COLDS? the :year, Natal grass should be mowd factors in the production of high grade officer. \ :-:

f. It isn't necessary to have a stuffed '. {the' as soon as a considerable part of hay.As The sheriff threw up his arm to pro.
- seed begins to ripen. The last I I has been said, Natal is not
l head, running nose To cough your grass tect his face as the snake struck" it
cutting, however suitable
be for
may delayed un. permanent pastures::: andis
head) off as it were. All you need to ana instantly wound about it squirming i --!
fr til a few days before frost is I I of only moderate -==---
value -
---- -- -- -- -
"e expected.
do is to use Dr Bell's Pine Tar-Hon or temporary toward his face all the time. Th -- -- --

e)'. The soothing and healing balsams : This should leave a good supply of pasture. Its chief value is for hay. sheriff seized the snake back of thr 'I ..t tt444'e+t044 "'j
f. ceed on the ground ready for germination While the grass is it ; EDGAR jEYES .
open the clogged air passages and in persistent, never head with his left hand while he ra* i

Pit II a short time you get relief and start In the following! spring. becomes a troublesome weed. A !single toward a nearby house for help, al Optician TestedJACKSONVILLEFLA. COMER L pEEK j
I favorable we r*her it is best to plowing followed .
;1' cultivation in
on the road though the
to reptile
recovery. Your nose! mow in the was lashing hilT 1 Real Estate band ad '
Y stops morning and to windrow other crops through a' whole season Florida ,
running furiously and
cough less spitting
you and you 'the and venom. Broken Lenses .
; know grass pile it in haycocks in will eliminate it.RubMyTismAntiseptis. Duplicated ,
' you are getting better. Get a the afternoon. Uiukr very favorable Coursey finally choked the snake or Same Day as Rtcicved Timber Expert. ,

': bottle, use as directed. Keep what is weather conditions it be a barbed wire fence and then killer W.Sptcializ 01\flel,I Orden-We pay f'gstate .

left as a cough and cold insurance. 2 t haul it to the barn after'it may has safe to Anodyne it. The snake was six feet and one 140 w. roA5YT1t ST. a 33! years Experience at SUrUr" ,
been -Kills pain, stops' putrefaction. "
inch
,. --.- '0 -q long. Read the 'fele rap'>-$1.60 a )'ear. I t.w.i#!+t+H." "" .



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"FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE THREE



-- MRS. W. FRANCIS BROWN KILL \ patches of Friday, when he went to' NIGHT FLYING: AND ITS SENSATIONS : .

rl News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. 1 1C ED BY 0. A. RICHARDS I iiy Westminster members of palance the House to be of questioned Commons I MEXICANS AND

-
J>J J'OgJC sjai-iJSKiZSjCTSgSgSg5gSZ mSgSgSgCT 'i'g'iaSgS who were not satisfied with the '
I.-1..GSsg5g con-
Wednesday morning at about sevea I t.uct of the No intimation Told By Airmen. 1
war. was
o'clock U. .\. liicLui'ua shot to death AMERICANS ARE 4
lI -
( [Live State News Mrs. w. Francis Brown, a charge of I g land..ven tiiat ho intended to leave Eng I Night flying and its eerie sensations :

buckshot her head and face to
| tearing The Orkney islands, off which the !] while scouting for Zeppelins is the

I Told by Our Exchanges. J pieces., W.Richards Francis also Brown shot, about her hUsband the ,' Hampshire went down, are off the i i subject of an interesting article contributed MOREFRIENDLYCARRANZA i

north coast of Scotland. The Hampshire to the Daily Chronicle by "An

head and face, inflicting injuries I was on her way into the Atlantic i Airman." .
which it is feared will result in death. "
I and around the northern end of the I It was a telephone that
The Florida Fruit j GAIXESlLLECountr message
CITY.- Agent\\ I
HALVES The shooting occured at truck '
a HAS TROUBLE
Haines City is 1 Burgis, has just returned from Scandinavian peninsula into the White warned us of the approach of Zepplinsand
Products Company, farm on Lake Hunter, just at the I
enjoying such a prosperous business I over the west side of the county, and I edge of town. The farm was owned Sea. Earl Kitchener probably intended incidentally carried us away froma WITH GENERAL ZAPATA j
and farm conditions in to debark at Archangel. i rubber of bridge to a more exciting I
the capital stock will be increased reports crops Brown and Richards I
cropping
that
by was I, ---
The Hampshire was one of the Devonshire game. Five minutes later I at
was
1OOOOO.JACKSONILLE.The. fine shape farmers expressing
$50,000 to $ many shares. It is stated that Richards
from on 1 Carranza Not: at .\Anxious For A i1
the belief that they have the best refused to allow Brown to have his I class of six cruisers. She was \j the aerodrome with my pilot, and our

prospects in ten years or more. Cat- built in 1903: and normally carried 635; ; !I machine was being taken out of the Speedy Reply to Hs Last :Note t !
share of the and there has been
six steam- ,
crop .o
tie well and thereare men. She displaced 10,850;:; tons, was I !
doing mOl'ehogs
are
ships of the Clyde Steamship Companywill and better hogs, than ever be- some time. feeling on this Brown account told for Richards some 450 feet long, 69 feet beam and drew I I shed.Mechanics hurry into and out of the -Troops Will Remain. .

be converted into oil burners as Yesterday feet. She armed with four 7.3; darkness laden J
0 with
fore. No cases of cholera were reported : was i bombs, machine --- .
that he must off the and I
get place,
fast as the necessary machinery can and every farmer is working inch, six 6-inch, two 12-pound and i guns, ammunition and other accesso- Despite the threatening tone of Gen.
there word*, Richards
be installed upon them, according to hard to make feed for his extra large were some angry to strike- ..c..iy :o-pound; guns and two torpedo ries to a Zeppelin chase. We wrap Carranza's latest note to Washington i

information obtained recently.ST. bunch of swine.TALLA1ASSEF.The. Brown finally with hammer.attempting Brown wardedoff ubes. She cost $4,250,000.: ; ourselves in our leather coats, put on insisting on a withdrawal rf American -

a The Hampshire has been in use as a face masks as a protection againstthe troops from Mexico, affairs below
the blow took the hammer
AL'GUSTINE.-Mrs. Henry .away scout boat and for carrying officials on biting cold, and, taking our maps the border are progressing in the Usual f
Florida and nailed the house which Rich-
3!. Flagler and Dr. Anderson have up various missions, having ample accommodations and electric torches we stride over to manner. President; Wilson has revealed -
shell Fish Commission has written a ards had been occupying.That .
each donated $10,000 towards the rebuilding for the latter purpose. the aeroplane.A no disposition: to heed the note
letter to the officers of the Xational morning Mr. and Mrs. Brown
the Flagler hospital at St. She was too old to take a place on the dim group gathers round while and Carranza has taken no steps to
Shoe Retailers' Association with Frank Arel who
suggesting together was
Augustine which was recently destroy I fighting line. When the war broke the pilot tests the engines and I examine enforce it. Officials believe that the
the skin of the shark available working far Brown drove out to the
as an ,
ed by fire. Additional funds will be out she was in the Far East, and was the bomb rack and Lewis gun. head of the de facto government is insisting -
substitute for cowhide. It is said that farm and found that dur- ,
in a wagon -
raised. .. .. reported to have been worsted in a .Everything satisfactory. that Gen. IVrshmgs forces
the of leather indicates an ing the night the house had been .
scarcity with Germans in the South China'seas. WTare last. 4
fight ready at "Contact! leave Mexico mainly because he wishes -
increase in the of broken into and Richards and his
enormous price ,
She was one of the British calls the pilot and a second later the to put on a good face as the champion -
LAKELAND.-That $1,500,000 of choe.s and other leather goods, and its wife were were in possession. Rich-
sent to this for the propeller is round. The
squadron country racing
pilot of his national
rights
good roads to be built in Polk county i i (.ssible:: that the suprly of cow-hide ards was hoeing in the garden, and people's ,
Jamestown Exposition in 11)07.\ waves his arm the two chocks are pull. and that to force
will add not less than $10,000,000 to \vll: le practically exhausted with: a when Brown's wagon came in sight any attempt use
Earl Kitchener born June :24 ed from under the wheels
was and we tear against the American is far
the value of the lands of that wise few months. The shark skin i i.. very: Mrs. Richards called her husband who troops ,
1850:: in County Kerry, Ireland, a fact across the aerodrome. from his mind.
bailiwick right off the bat and will Lovpl. and it is believed'that, i if it can I came on a run, entered the house anda l\-
that rise to general belief that Now have and I
gave a : we "flying speed": The Washington administration's
.
make future values cumulative to I.e properly tanned it will furri;:h a.. little later appeared with a gun presented .
i
he was of Irish blood, but his parentswere I can rise with safety. With a strangefelling determination thep Perching on the
double\ that amount.BARTOW.I'Olk. I cheap! and an almost unlimited supply Richards commanded theBrown's ;
of French and ,English descent. that nothing is real I watch other side of tho boundary until the
leather substitute. not to out of the
get
as wagon. His father was a soldier, but of no the ground recede in the halflightand country is cleared of bandits and the
Neither Mr. Mrs. Brown made
county took the Mr.or Brown is rather deaf any very high rank. He had managed to grow more and more shadowy, Carranza government proves it is the .

most important forward step in her DE FUNIAK SPRUGS.For several response- climb to the lieutenant-colonelcy ofa until it merges into a blackness only master of the situation, appears to be
and have heard what Richards
history, when, by an overwhelming years past, reports have been may not dragoon regiment, when he retiredto relieved by the flares that have been bearing fruit. The Mexican military

majority, she voted to bond in the sum made from various quarters of the said. Brown started to leave the the estate in Ireland, where Hora- lit for our guidance. forces in Chihuahua are being disposed -:

of one and one-half million dollars, presence of a belled buzzard and lastTiursday wagon, whereupon Richards openedfire tion Herbert Kitchener was born. Much Depends Upon Engine. in general accord with the plan disclosed i
his twice. One
for the construction of a system of it was caught io a trap on discharging gun Young Kitchener received his fundamental A hundred feet up. We know that by Gen. Obregon during his .

217 miles of sheet asphalt road... the Davis and Wickersham farm near load of buck-shot struck Mrs. Brownin military education at WoolwichOn I the pitch darkness immediately belowus conference at El Paso with Gens.
the head and face "
Ponce de Leon by John Baker. The inflicting injur- graduating he received a commission hides a wood. Pray Heaven the Scott and Funston. This was shown 1
ies which caused death in few min-
MELBOURNE.-The Florida East Lell was fastened around its neck bya utes. Theother load took effect a in the in the Royal Engineers, but when engine is all that it should be, for if when Gen. Funston announced that -./ ..

Cost Oil, Gas and Mineral Co., i is the leather strap wired together aul on side of Brown's face. His injuriesare not yet 21 years of age he attached it peters out at this stage of the gamewe the 20,000 Carranza soldiers, recently ,

name of a concern recently organizedat the bell were the letters HHNX, out serious and fatal. Just himself to a French army in the Fran- shall be too low to glide into the mobolized at Chihuahua City, had been -i

Melbourne for the purpose of dril- no hint as to when placed or wtCl'e. the may prove Arel co-Russian war. open and so avoid crashing on the spread over the reg'oa: not controlledby
before shooting began jump.
ling wells for gas, oil and mineralsand Of course there may possibly more ed from the and None of In 1874 when a British expeditionwas treetops.We Gen. Pershing's column in such a

selling same. The concern is capitalized than one belled buzzard but if not this wagon of the ran. had sent out to survey Western Pal- begin climbing in earnest. way as to carry out an active pursuit
the
at $50,000 and has been granted bird has been wearing the bell for at occupants whatever. wagon any estine, Kitchener was one of the eager Though we are still below 500 feet, of bandits.In .

a state charter.UMATILLA.A. least 15 years. The bell was taken weapons Brown turned the and with volunteers accepted for this service. It the earth is invisible and seems miles fact, so far as the military forcesof 'i 1

off and the bird turned loose.MIAMI.Preparations wagon was while there, in 1882, that he took away. I have the fancy that I am be the two nations are concerned, friction -
vehicle
his wife in the
dying attempted -
car of Florida to drive towards town. Arel overtook his first step on the path that was to ing hurled through space on the wingsof apparently has been reduced to a \
lead him eventually to Khartum. Trou- nightmare. Everything is black
being a minimum. The Mexican authorities, \
peaches have just been shipped from are the and brought the dead "
wagon
ble was already brewing in the Sudan. and I cannot : hand if I hold it
see the "
Umatilla. The car, refrigerated, goesto made for the inauguration of a new woman and injuied man to their my following example of (Jtn. Per-
northern marketsand the peachesare boat line from Miami to Lake Okee- I home in the old Lakeland Hotel build- Hearing that the Egyptian army was before my face, though I can feel the shing's troops, are taking great precautions I 1

chobee via the Miami canal and the being organized by Sir Evelyn Wood, rush of wind as we force our way to prevent clashes.. According I
said to be the first ever shippedout ing. .. .. .. any. .
of this state by freight and in a first boat or this line is now under construction Richards and his wife came to town young Kitchener saw his opportunity through it at eighty miles an hour. I to a decree jast issued by uen.

car lot. Heretofore what peaches have in a local boat yard. M. F. jind surrendered to the authorities, with unerring instinct and lost no timein I run my hand along the side of the Jacinto Trevino, division commander

been shipped have been forwarded by Meyer is at the head of the new enter- and he is now in jail. offering his services. As an intelligence fuselage for the satisfaction of touch. at Chihuahua City, any Carranza soldier

in small lots. prise. Of necessity the boats to be The facts as above were broughtout officer Kitchener accompanied ing something solid. i who fires on an American shall be

express used on this line will be of shallow I at an inquest impanneled by Herbert Stewart's desert column on It is not too much to say that nobody put to death, and any civilian attack ( *

draft since only the mud have been Judge Thompson and made of the that heroic but disastrous enterprise can pass through his first exper- ing Americans shall be subject to
OCALA.-It looks as though the up known as the Gordon Relief Expedition ience of night flying and all .
of
taken out of this canal. The boat I following: J. H. Davis, J. W. Martin, escape charges treason, punishable also by
the largest corn ciop in the history of uDder construction at the present time -the relief of General Gordon symptoms of "cold feet." I tell myself execution. This is the second devel-
Dan Johnson G. W. Friend W. J. Es-
the country will be produced this year, will draw six inches of water loaded and ,Dr. Scarborough. The from Khartum where he had been en- that if the engine fails we shall be unable opment from the Pershing-Gavira conference 1r

and while oats were a very poor crop light and only twelve inches when i'jtridge principal testimony was given by the tangled during the evacuation of the to find a landing ground in the at Neuvo Ca>*te Grandes last

the farmers appear determined to have loaded heavy. It has a ten foot beam I only two witnesses to the affair, Sudan. In 1886 he became governorof darkness and can scarcely avoid a bad week, the first having been the ap.
more and betjgr'hziy! than ever before, eye the Red Sea territories and set in crash. I realize the shall
and is thirty feet long over all. It Mr. Arel and Boyd Heath, the twelve- difficulty we pointment of Gen. Gavira, at the sug-
said R. W. 1&cklock, U. S. depart. will be used for freight and passen j, year-old son of Mr.V., H. Heath, who motion a series of raids on the notorious have in landing even when the flares gestion of Gen. Perching, personallyto

ment of agriculture, when asked today Osman Digna, the dervish have guided us back to our aerodrome. undertake the campaign against the J
gers. j had been hired to haul some potatoes I
for his conditions in
opinion on crop I for Richards.Mr. leader. I think of a friend who, after lookingfor followers of Villa. :f ..

this country.. By this time much was heard in Zeppelins on just such a night, Gen. Gavira has already gone to the .
here from
The local Brown Tampa
1-T. MEADE. f came
cannery < COl-\\
England of Kitchener's work in Eg'ptand lided with tree he ;
a as came bandit zone to !tgin operations. He t l.
the : ort Meade Canning Co. ?.; proving about three years ago, and has con-
JACKSONVILLE-Since the recent whon he returned there for a short and was fatally injured. declared that these eperations wouldbe
business.
f the ducted general planting
to he source ) prosperity to a '
a f "
in Jacksonville rest he was received with honor andnominated But these sombre thoughts, born of
began
dog campaign so vigorously prosecuted as to leave
fann.-rs as well! as the 'ters "ft'e fie and his wife have always deporteethemselves
prom -
more than forty people have been fined enterprise. It is incorporate'! andits in such a way as to command aide de camp of Queen the surrounding darkness, only last a no doubt in any mind as to the abilityof

by Judge Anderson in the municipal the and friendship of Victoria. With his health recruited few seconds. I remember I am up to Csu-ranza forces to deal with any .
stockboli't-rFs some of th-i city'smost respect ,
court for violations of the dog onlinance. -icinbusiness are It is all. he went back to Egypt, where, on the !I look for raiding airships, not to give form of disorder in the state. lIe said
I
cnterj. : men.
It is usual each summer for Richard has been in Lakeland resignation of Sir r'rancis Grenfell, way to nerves. I switch on my electric that his command would number between -
managed! I by Judge S. P. King, an fl \- *
tre i'<>;I-ce: to conduct a crusade agz''ns! two Little i is known he was appointed Sirdar (commander) torch, and examine the altimeter, 8,000 and 10,000 men, and that
l ( rt ranninf flu tory man who earne about years. o I.
dogs running wild in the streets, in here with his family two ywus ao his past Some time ago the Richr'lS' of the Egyptian army. His really I the compass, the machine gun and the the entire force vouM be spread out
order to the public fro.n the great career dates from that time. drums of ammunition.
protect from San L'oniU, Texas. The cannery li\pc l in the lakeland Hotel I as patrols over "every foot of groundin
possibility: of hydrophobia.! The Kitchener campaign that ended Three things are oddly comforting Western Chihuahua, searching every -
II! ? enjoying::; first season and a busyone building and at that timo it is said he
with the recapture of Khartum was and help to counteract the sense; of unreality cave, tree rot k. ravine, settlement -
it has lieen. It i is'; equipped with had !serious trouble with his wife, bu I ,
Considered military experts as perfectly the moonlight that has
KISSIMMEE. The first annual modern t'anningmH'hinel'y and has a they evidently were reunited. by pale I and house \\here a bandit could

state touramont of the Florida Trap- daily output of : ,nlO cans. Eight The corr.orer's jury Wednesday afternoon -I organized and faultlessly con- just _come out from behind a bank of hide." The troop 'u- a""l.'rt".I"lulJ!
shooters ducted. clouds] the searchlights and the loud ojieratp along the i lines: which inude
Association, held! recently in thousand cans of sauer kraut have already rendered a verdict of murder !
V.'i :: t'w'' eaptUio of Khartum, cap- hum of the engine. A freakish twist the old Mexican rurales eifecth'e-
Kissimmee, was a success from every been put up and *oM} and several in the first degree in the case of 0. A. so
angle. A large number of trapshoot- thousand cans will be put up just IS Hil.hanlhl) shot Mr. and Mrs.1 ital of Sudan, which meant. the rt-es-i of'\ of memory makes the engine's! roar a hard pursuit and a quick finish.

ers were on huml from all parts of :.he ,! 50011 a> the workmen can get to the Brown yesterday morning. The preliminary tablL-Uiiu-iit'' : of British: possession suggest to my subconscious-ness some Considerable) uneasiness! : has be. *'n

state and the enthusiasm was great.T task. I I hoarjngjll i probably liehr.hil tbe.-e: : i j run-lies of the Nile. Kitch- } lines from a Chesterton ballad and I I caused i in Northern Mexico and alongContinued eO
i j t'ner became the object of hero worship Muldonly! : find myself murmuring:
II. ,
Evans of Orlando, won the .tate : tomorrow.-lakeland News.
championship with a score ff t'l' out I in England. )Mandragon, the millionaire, I am ( o-i Page I C.)
of-a possible 100.CLEARWATKU.. I :3,1AMI.i : -John I Hanun, the rhoeir.M'ufaeturer For his' triumps in the Sudan hl'l happy to say is dead 1_ __
GREAT: BRITAIN SUFFERS A
I i is anxious. ; to gei tii'njjs' ; was raised to the peerage as I lie enjoyed a quiet funeral in a crematorium :ia hurry tle anti-aircraft gun are

-u'"tr<: on his new winter home on Alton 1- LOSS) IN KITCHENER'S:: DEATH Kitchener of Khartum, and received I shed: j iett! We eruisit around for about

: .- Approximately! Peach! and has wimi Architect the thanks tit Parliament and a grant I Ar.d be lie: ? there fluffy! and soft and ten minutes and then finding that the

S6,0H) acres of lain! in northern II iIl- I August Geiger; : to push the work as Karl: I Kiti-her.er was appointed secretaiy ( ?l."iOOuO. Shortly afterward he was grey and certainly quite refined. i Zeppelins have left onr part of the air, ,

borough and Phiellas counties were rapidly as possible. Mr.I Hanan spout of state for war on August; S, promoted lieutenant general and then I When bo might have !>.,(,:\ rotting to we turn for home.

acquired by the Reo Farms Company, I some weeks! in Miami last winter becoming lull t, a few days after Great Britain's: chief of htaif to Lord Roberts in the I (lowers and fruit with Adam and all The compass pon.ls our direction,

of Lansing, Mich., according to the I much attached to this place. declaration of war on (;ermany. He South African war, and on return of mankind. anti we begin to dest'ent 4,000 &'
terms! of a deed filed in the office of the He invested in number of enterprises
a in November
circuit I was regarded as England's greatest Lord Roberts to England 2,500; Feet in Air feet my breath is taken away as an ungainly -

Revenue clerk of llillsborough recently. I and also bought a tract of ocean front soldier, and the decision of the goveriiuient II'UO! / ), succeeded him as commander inthief The altimeter now registers :2,:00 and siniste1' hape rushes pastabout

stamps totaling 81110"t're I land nn the beach. Mr. Geiger; has to entrust him with the supreme in that field. By constructing a ft'C't.'e are right over a populouspart thirty yards away. We have

attached to the deed, indicating a consideration drawn plans or the Hanan residence diitctioii of the ar was received with three thousand! and five hundred mile of the town. The twinkling of nearly collided with another aeroplane.
of approximately SNl ,OOO.( there which will he one of the finestin unanimous chain of block houses he stopped the i
approval.As the myriad street lamps and shop J I When we get lower the horrid

this section. There will be several th" war progressed and Great boer raids and virtually ended the war I lights: makes it look like a monstrou* j! doubts! begin to reassert themselves ....

JACKSOXII.UTht' Florida large buildings on the tract in additionto Britain's deficiencies in certain directions in :South Africa. This added to his Chinese garden. The moving flashes, j Where (on earth i is the line of il.ires

Metropolis announces that W. It. Carter the main house while the hole especially in regard to the shortage popularity and prestige; at home, and we suppose. mu>t como from trams '" that marks our aerodrome? If the ...

an! Rufus A. RusK-11. founders of I tract will be developed along the most of artillery ammunition, became ho was rewarded by the title of Vis and busses. Away to the right we can I! orderly officer haforgotten to keep

the Metropolis, who retired rom active -: modern landscape gardening ideas. apparent Earl Kitchener was subjectto count promotion to the rank of general see a I bond of the soft-shimmering river. -$I'I them alight shall we be all to attract

management of the paper on July The Hanan estate on the beach will severe criticism, led by Lord North- for distinguished services, the I I attention, and if m>t how long will our

21, ltU3, in favor of George .\. Mc- I probably cost in the neighborhood of cliife. The secretary was charged with thankf of Parliament and a grant of At 1' ,i1lt1l' feet an outburst of frightfulness I )petrol last:: ?
.. ,
Clellan. hava returned control acquiring I $150,000' and Mr. Hanan hopes to be responsibility for failure to foresee the $2:)(),""'0. by the u.-\n'hies"lanti-air-1( -s; we near tr.(- l.oini-ioot'' level y i

the interest of Mr. McClellan. Mr. able to occupy the house next winter. extraordinary demand for heavy shells Immediately after the peace General ; craft guns ) warns us that a Zeppelin i fire off Very's light in the hopeof! f 't

Carter resumes his old duties as editor I and as a result the ministry of munitions Kitchener went to India as com- may be somewhere near. Three dull; being seen. It rhOdes and winds I

and Mr. Russell his former position as LIVE: OAK.-The river, famed in was formed with David Lluyd- manll ;'-in-'hicf of the British forces explosions from far below confirm the its way earthwaid i in a red stream, i1

business manager. song, flows to the north west anti George; at its head. there. On le.wingIndia in lltO'j he supposition and tells us:: that Gorman; 'I but there is no answering fia-h. At Ji

south of the county a distance of Had Friction With General; French. was promoted field marshal and appointed bombs are destroying British homes.I I 500 feet we are still in the dark-and

PESACOLATWO hundred thous- some eighty-five milts.. It i>: deep, Earl Kitchener's responsibilities conimander-in-chief and high I see red and long for a chance to so is i : our landing gnjand.; ;

and gallons of gasoline will be kept in !| swift, running through a fertile coun- were further lessened by the appointment commissioner in the Mediterranean, avenge! the outrage.I There it is at lat, 'Jhe thin red line .

storage in the four underground tanks i tiy, over a rock bottom. In former of General; Sir William Robert- and later on took a tour of inspection note with joy that we are ?,(')) of flares that represent safety; the

ling installed now at the navy aero- years and before the advent of the Hill, as chief of the imperial staff in of the forces of the entire empire fret up and near the favorite altitudeof flares grow bigger as we go lower 1

plane station at Pensacola. This is I railroads) steamboats navigated) the Decem'oer) of last year. It was reported drawing up a scheme of defenses of the night raiders. Another loud and lower. Now the engine i is shutoff

equal to five tank cars." Work on as- river as far as the mouth of the With- at that time that friction had arisen the overseas dominions. thud below j is preceded by bright ar.dw are glid! ng down, our pathway

sembling thenew Thomas tractor aero I lacoochee river. A few hundred thous- \between Earl Kitchener: and Field lIe then returned to Egypt, the scene flash on our own level, and we race I being in the shape of an elongated

plane is progressing rapidly at the : and dollars would make it navigablefor Marshal French, then in command of of his fir..t triumph, in the capacity (If upward and onward in the direction I "S." I hit tight and hope that we will

aero station. The Thomas i is a .' ,OOO I vessels or considerable size and the British forces in France. Shortly British agent nid consul general in thus shown. not meet with our old friend, the v./od ..

pound machine. There are two of j draft. This matter may be taken up after the appointment of General Robertson Caii virtually a governorship gen- But a wandering searchlight snatch: just before touching! the earth \

them at the vard.LEESBURG. II Field Marshal French relin- eral-hip of Egypt-and !led in the eco- another bump, a I
j, before the congress. some time in the. . es away our opportunity; we are A sharp bump,
future, but- it does not appear to i.e quis.hed- his command. norrical development of the country, caught in its beams and half blinded short spurt along the ground and we

Actiuty in forming I ru-eiving attention at this time. Tli3 Notwithstanding the criticsm directed building new roads and irrigation project I by the sudden glare. The pilot loses; pull up with a j vk. The undercar-

lines"as never greater in Lake county stream, besides affording ample drain against Earl Kitchener his great .- on a large scale. control while banking and we fall intoa riaze i is smashed, lut otherwise we are

accomplishments during the side I receive painful slap inthe safe and sound. Leaving the machineto
than- at present. New ground is age. giving the sportsman many days war are slip. a '
"ing broken in every section of the outing. It abounds with fish of many recognized universally. Foremost of Lake 'In Havcalfan Crater.. face from the icy cold air as we the tender mercies o the mechar.ic* .

c-iuuty and thousands of acres will bead kinds which are caught all the year. his achievements is the creation from Walapele. or Green lake, on the la rush downward diagonally, and I bite we climb out very fcuberly and walk :'

ewl to the total improved during the Suwannee river fish are esteemed England's untrained manhood of a land of Hawaii. Is a body of fresh wa my tongue from shock. In two seconds across to the sheds, where the orderly!

present year. One of the most no e- highly, because they come from the huge arm '. At the beginning of the ter In the pit of an old crater near the machine has righted itself officer informs us cheerfully that all

woithy steps of the past week was deep, running, cool waters. I war Great Britain had only a few Kopoho. This lake covers an area and I thank whatever gods there be the night flyers have come home to -, .

the organization at Grovtland )f the I hundred thousand trained men. Today of about five acres and is fed by that it is of the "automatically stable' roost.

Central Florida Truckm' Association TIM QidaiM That Dots Not Affect The Iliad more than five million men are enrolled springs below the surface. A pumpIng type which has evoked such c .ustic Over kottoffee and cigaretts we have exchange -

The territory embraced in this Association Bectlse of its tonic and laxative effect. LAXA. for the various branches of the plant takes water from thla lake criticism. yarns with others who
extends from TIVE BR9MO QUIXINBii better than ordinary I sen-ice. for donstic! use and for irrigation Begin Climb Again. been air scouting. And so to bed,
Groveland to Linden '
Quinine and does not ca1K oerrousncsa oar hour a
,i tbout twelve nvles! ar.d ple ringing in head. Remember the nil name a IK! There have been no recent reportsof purposes When the aeroplane has found itselfwe more tired out by half an .
have g&s look for the (impure of :I. W. CKOVE. 23c. time night flying than by an average day'a 4.
the
been made for thirty-five acres I Earl Kitchener's movements. He begin to climb again. By ; j

of strawberries for next season. Read the Telegraph-$1.50 a Tear. was last mentioned in the cable dis- Bead the Telegraph- $1.60 year i we reach the altitude we left in such I I work. -a




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MYSTERIOUS PAINS AND ACHES EVER SALIVATED BY --

t REPUBLICANS NOMINATE HUGHES ID-
f; CALOMEL? HORRIBLE!

Make Life Hard to Bear For Many

14 AS CANDIDATE FOR PRESIDENT Starke Women PURE ICE
< Calomel is Quicksilver and Acts .


Yt'-, pains Too and many aches women for troubles mistake peculiarto their Like Dynamite On Is Made Out of Steam, Steam h a J I'opor

t p n the sex. More often disordered Your Liver. '
i ROOSEVELT REFUSES NOMINATION Generated From Water and Purified .
J.t I NATAL GRASSU. kidneys are causing the aching back, by l h j/
4
OF PROGRESSIVES dizzy spells headaches and irregular

f i'I' of urination. Kidney weakness becomes Calomel loses you a day! You know Ice made from well
: i ( S. Departmtnt Agriculture.) what calomel is. It's mercury; quick- water is no cleaner
Fairbanks Nominated For Vive-Pres WASHINGTON. D. C.-Natal grass dangerous if neglected. Use a time-
i. f I silver. Calomel is dangerous. It than the water itself. Limes Chlorides
in the opinion of specialists of the tried kidney remedy-Doan's Kidney ,
I
Parker j
idency by Republicans; crashes into bile like
sour dynamite Nitrates Sand
U. S. Department of Agriculture, is Pills. Hosts of people testify to their or any germ-life found in

I By Progressives J the most valuable hay grass for the merit. Read a Starke case: attacks cramping the and bones sickening and should you. never Calomel be wells will "go-over" into Raw-Waterlce.

,I sandy soils of Florida that has yetbeen Mrs. M. V. Hazel, Broadway, Starke
into .
put your system
found. It should also : "I have used Doan's Kidney
says
CHICAGO June .-The Republicans prove successful -
When you feel bilious sluggish con- OUR ICE IS MADE OF STEAMIT
Pills different occasions for backache ---
today nominated Justice along the Gulf Coast to Southern on -
stipated and all knocked out and believe -
and Texas and futher tests of the and other symptons of kidney
Hushes and Chas W. Fairbanks, you need a dose of dangerous IS PURE AND WHOLESOME
at almost the same time Roosevelt was I plant in Arizona and California would complaint and they have given me calomel just remember that druggist
1, I and be desirable. The from this great relief." ( Statement given Mar your -
;, nominated by the Progressives, hay grassis sells for 50 cents a large bottle
,1 later in the day John M. Parker of of excellent quality for feeding purposes 10, 1911.) II of Dodson's Liver Tone which is entirely IT LASTS LONGER

I Louisiana was named to fill out the somewhat richer in protein than Results That Remain. : vegetable and pleasant to take

f..' ,'.. I Progressive ticket for VicePresident.The timothy, attractive in appearance and Over three years later, Mrs. Hazel I and is a perfect substitute for calomel.
Republicans required a ballot, very palatable. In those markets in said: "I have the same" high praise
I It is guaranteed; to start liver
I I I the third of the convention, while the which it is known it now brings as for Doan's Kidney Pills now as I did without stirring you up inside your, and Starve Ice Company

Progressive nomination was made by much, and sometimes more, than tim- when I gave them my endorsement can not salivate.Don't l

I, acclamation. Both conventions ad- I othy. As it is still unfamiliar in most sometime" ago. They have given me i take calomel! It makes you

journed this afternoon sections of the country, however, the lasting results."
sick the it loses
next
day; you a day'swork
. I" Roosevelt sent a message to the I demand for it can be extended only by Price iiOc, at all dealers. Don'1 II Dod: on's Liver Tone straightens -
---
I Progressive convention declining the offering hay of bright color and well simply' ask for a kidney remedy-get you right up and you feel great.Gh'e. ------..
i nomination conditionally and it was cured. Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that '
it to the children because it
1 A j. accepted at Roosevelt's wishes. This A quick vigorous growth and heavy Mrs. Hazel has twice publicly recom it perfectly harmless and does nogripe.

.. I provisional declination is believed to yields are characteristics of Natal mended. Foster :Milburn: Co., Prop, ((10P2)I.IErnX.XT 111

leave the door open for the eventual grass. From 2! to u tons per acre is Buffalo, N. Y. :2::

t H withdrawal of the third ticket, in the i the average production for the year, I EH

j' event Hughes' position on what the but double these quantities arc some- EVEN TO THE SEEDS ON THE : SAITLEY KILLED: ; _

Progressives believe to be the vital times secured. On the other hand the SEA -

I ,' issues of the campaign, meet their grass cannot be recommended for per- .h iator Was One of the Best, Hating _

I approval. To this extent the leaders manent pasture since: it does not grow Broken :Many: I Record. S "There's
_ in Florida is well
Everybody acquainted a good
of both parties believe that efforts at well unless the land has been recently j ,
( with cocoanuts, or ought to
harmony may yet be realized. plowed. It can be grown on many l'EXS.COL.June 9.-Lieutenant I 191; .
be how know
,
yet why [i
-
many a cocoanut
Roosevelt's to the Progressive kinds of soil but reseeds itself freely Farmer
message R. C. '
:
has three eyes ? Luther Burbank Saufley a navy aviator, was
o convention is in part: "I cannot only on well-drained sandy types. explains it this killed here late today in the machinein

I accept at this time, as I do not know Moreover, it requires a long and warm he wayCocoanuts notes, generally which he is said to have broken As you drive through the it's
country
grow
attitude of the Republican candidate season! for it to grow and severe win- -
the
at the edge of the sea or river. The several world's hydro-aeroplane rec- easy to pick out the farmers who are pro-
toward questions of the day, ters prevent natural re-seeding. On 11
:.1 nuts are surrounded with a thick husk ords. The aeroplane fell seven hun- pressive and prosperous. shiftless man
immediate this account it is not likely to becomeof
if desire an
therefore
you dred feet
with landing on Santa Rosa allows his
I a waterproof covering so that buildings to Become shabby and
I decision I must decline the nomination much importance as a field crop except -
Island.
when drop into the water One tailpiece of the machinewas wcather hcaten.
I they hey The thiifty fanner
but if prefer it I suggest along the Gulf coast and perhapsit keeps
you
be
will In the three reported to disarranged caus-
my conditional refusal be placed in is possible to grow it as far north as are always float. on floating top.Once eyes ing the accident. The body was found everything neatly painiid with .

I the hands of the Progressive National Washington, D. C. the cocoanut is in the water by persons witnessing the fall who

Committee. If the Justice committee Hughes'that statements it- to In put planting the ground Natal in the grass best it possible is best nature gets busy From one of the, I went to the island in a motor boat :
satisfy !
On March 25th r\rj:
.J there shoot which develops Saufley ascended to i l J
comas -
eyes a
before the
condition seed.
is for the interests of the country sowing The
of Jti-
l ., broail leaves like sails. The wind a height sixteen thousand feet,
act surface should be made fine mellow l-
I that he .be elected, they can accordingly as catches thesails and wafts the which is said to be the world's record. .,
t tt! and treat my refusal as def- and even as possible. If the soilis cocoanut He is thirty-two of and .- .Jlr".I\:-: r: n. \..."" /.'. L"rr-: L-
on a journey sometimes many years age .
not satisfied it should har- -
t initely accepted. If they are heavy or cloddy be
1 ; they can confer with the partyand rowed thoroughly, and if the field has miles long. As it sails the other two a came widow.from Kentucky. Saufley leave LEAD ANA ZUAINT!

their been, used for in it eyes develop roots which at first grow .
determine FEWER
me and then on crops grown rows ClJ.I.OHS ...tS1-i: i-NCiA
action." The Progressive convention should be disked! and harrowed untilno along the woody fibers of the husk.
sine die. of these be I In good season the cocoanut i is BRITISH STEAMSHIP: CHASED BY Of course i"i
accepted this and adjourned trace rows can seen. A any 1 letter than

The Republicans, who took two bal- common practice is to plow the ground swept upon another shore, perhaps on TORPEDOES no paint. But for ;) service

e lots last night, with the growing indication after the last; cutting in the fall and another island. The roots;: imbed themselves wee always rccomn;(: ;and Zinc Paint

that Hughes was likely to to plant it to oats or some winter crop. I in the soft'; earth, the sail'; becomes PEXS.\COLA.-With a great holein because \\e can : I ;,outtly]

the third ballot when the con- After the has been removed in the the trunk, rml a cocoanut palmis It pure.
I i win on crop her hull near the rudder/ post and contains no \\ : T: other : '

l \ention opened today, found this spring, the land is given a shallow growing where none grew before. only a few inches above water line, \\ortMti ; -,' eoe"n 'x.any\'oe paint
'L morning that the "favorite son" combination plowing or disking and is harrowed Fringing many: a Florida Key are another "
, I / through the smokestack, the ;;ots M> nun'! f' rth I 'dl
these cocoanuts which were launchedas \I :; longer
and the delegates until smooth. With this
had been broken plan no re-
.. u from other port quarter ripped out and sleeping than urcinar- p..if.
I i seeding is to old field of free sea rovers some
flopped rapidly to iiugnes. >y necessary an quarters of the crew almost demolished -

:1 the time New Jersey was reached in Natal grass, as the fall plowing buries shore Whispering through their the British steamer Mercian reached Come ii. ;nd !t't' 1 : : it will costSTARKE

, the roll call Hughes had received the the: scattered'; seed in the ground. On graceful fronds are breezes telling of here and the captain told of being colt TO piiiT with ')

I necessary 494 votes and many of the fields treated in this way the first cutting other seed-craft which are traveling I chased by a German U boat in the

i I members wanted to make it unanimous -, for hay can be made in about two every day to new homes-seed-craft'; Mediterranean. The :Mercian he said, HARDWARE CO.
r that balance months after the which are vastly more marvelous;: than
insisted the
but it was spring disking and was ploughing along at a fair rate of
i of the States be polled. later cuttings from 6 to 8 weeks apart. i any work of man, and which somehow speed about 3 o'clock in the afternoon, STARKE, FLORIDA

I When Hughes was nominated no ,. I f the crop is truck, instead of oats I II somewhere, were thought out by the when the lookout sighted a submarine

I word had come as to whether he had I(I the grass will be later in maturing. In Master :Mind: and designed as was the approaching from the port quarter.

4 I accepted, but his acceptance came I such caes a little care and cultivation cocoanut with its "three eyes," so The vessel's course was changed and

shortly after with the announcement I will leave the ground sufficiently wisely; plann'd.-\Iiami:: Metropolis. all steam crowded on and the race for - 'q. .----1

that he would accept and had resigned I smooth for the use of a mowing machine lire was begun. The steamer dodged

from the Supreme Court. and the hay can be cut about two WANT CLOCKS SET AHEAD ONE the torpedoes fired five minutes afterwards I' Vf fibs,

Fairbanks who earlier in the day had months after the last cultivation of HOUR. by taking a zigzag course and

I .requested that his name not be placed the truck crop. then the U boat opened fire with her I ''I
q
in nomination for the Vive-Presidency It is desirable to plow the Natal 3-inch s, ti
More than
dozen
'i guns. shots
1 in a ,
NEW YORK.-A campaign S&H&I i J
sup- eel
accepted when he was notified that he grass field every two years. If the of the Borland bill, now before were fired, some screaming over the l ){j.. '1 y
port
:I had been nominated. Roosevelt's proposal ground is not plowed in the fall, earl- to set the nation's clocks heads of the crew, but the master refused rt $

of Senator Lodge as a compro- ier cuttings can be made in the spring, Congress hour has been started hereby to surrender. The submarine
ahead
mise candidate while received with but after the second or third year oth- an labor then fired another torpedo, which miss A
of organizations -
cheers in the gallery, could not head er grasses and weeds will come in and representatives ed. Finding the steamer would not -=. -

, .' off the stampede for Hughes, once the quality of hay will deteriorate. ;: merchants at associations meeting called and city by submit, no more attempts were made ... a: 3.+{ --=wlf .;

Ii their ballot had gotten under way. Without fall plowing the growth of departments a IJY the U boat to fire torpedoes luther w

t Governor: Johnson of California, who the plants in the spring is also unevenat Borough President Marks. 3-inch guns were brought into play LOW ROUND TRIP SUMMER RATES
New York city, it was declared,
. I had been informed beforehand of the time of the first cutting and and shot after shot fired, several of FROM JACKSONVILLE .

I Roosevelt's attitude toward the Pro- some of the stems will be old and dry would save luOO,000 a year for lighting which found the vessel but \\ It. t.. ..__., 17.71 Cloi"1 t3o1! Cuaistui.)11.MUm.er.
fortunately ...,._.
.
if the clocks were set ahead an -? 51 M Si. '..1-.-. --.--. ttt! Looio.illo.__ II*
gressive nomination declined to let and others only partly grown. for the Mercian none struck the 'I 1 Colarido SprLJ....- Sd 60 Dohih.- ._-.-.- 6570 lnoi.,llo. -- 31
hour. The examples of England, Ger- 1 S..LokoCtry., ___ 7\60 "iu'PO'M__ 6311 Ev .. _.HZ uJi
. his name be used for a running mate. Natal grass seed is always sown machinery nor did any of them Yollow.iooo._M 71 M T.,.....__- 411 'It! l.d..I>i illo.,....-. J4J)
many and Austria-Hungary and ex- Fortliod._.lo' '" iO> IMM Mo.tr.. _._.. .. a Nt
55 Prentk Lick.
broadcast.. ,,,as the. seeds... are ,apt to Detroit in this I plode. The chase continued for over t &....1..__...( HM IMM ,....k.,__.__-- 52 jIJ T.I.4._.--I" 41'N
Cleveland and countrywere .Aofclxi. /1.601 14 10 ..... ...__ J4 H D..,... ,_.__ UN
Hughes Denounces Foreign Policy of I SUCK together and will not feed evenly the three hours but the :Mercian: a_ bisr_. i s.. F,... u Ii'
+ f I through a drill. To this quoted by speakers.A vessel with Cl.ci.r Jsr.__ SJ.TS N..|... Pdb.-- p M..10 C....._ *.
Administration. overcome committee was named to considerthe powerful engines, made as Low run .. ..ho, Colorido, Colitorm. C..iJi. Mioonolt ud Micklfuoolon
WASHINGTON the seeds are dampened and mixed with the idea of startinga rood speed and darkness at last ended I'' Ik.Croot Lo.... oo4 tart M..i.l.i. Proportioo.u.i low ,.... ifoa oikor own ;
June 10.Justice question Florldo.
I
Hughes today resigned from the Supreme with wood ashes before sowing. Many campaign for the adoption of the the chase. The Mercian will undergo l //i iI TI...,...Mlo ..11,....I I....10. ._.Ii...0... 31.
planters think it better to leave the repairs here
and then take for '
a
; ; Bench and accepted the Re- plan throughout the countrFlorida cargo VARIABLEROU1ETODENVERsAL1.1ASECOLORADO
i rains to cover the seed but others roll England. SPRINGS LOS ANGELES'\ JRANCIStO:
.{ publican nomination for President. the field or drag it .with a plank.At Metropolis. I I PORTLAND SEATTLE ITC.
: : In a telegram denouncing the Admin- Goi.ftb-.ghSt.L..bt..rd.ftbralhChcs..rvicesir., LIsnimir
the present time imported seed .
'i :: istration's foreign i policy and declaring i A HACKING COUGH WEAKENSTHE TOMB BROUGHT FROM EGYPT IS .tr.a.11Ncbn.TO THE NOITH AND ,.. .. 1rh1
usually cost about a dollar a pound, / NORTHWEST tlo .11..011 lkr |k HUMS
I ., ..
I' for thorough-going Americanism SYSTEM FORTY CENTURIES OLD laic of tkrr fo. !racer ,
while ordinary Florida grown seed is 4 I "THI SOUTHLAND" t.CIoI.... nt IndiiMixilii... "tI._.I.-
he gave his decision to Chairman sold for from 25 to 50 cents a pound.As Don't suffer with a hacking cough 1' .P ill.iL..rriv.. L..I..I.! C.ociiuti u4 .P..u.1.l ui.LIM.. !..... Jickioiiilto$

Harding, breaking his long silence a matter of fact, Florida can produce I that has weakened your systemgeta An Egyptian tomb approximately t? (1IuN PL YII"Mi ri.A. M."QlXIB Ail..... Ck.r....*,... V..k.IU. EtuntUi,
which has kept his party leaders in bottle of Dr. King's New Discoveryin 1.500 old which b.T.(''J.eklo.ill..M P. M...".".. CIo.....I OJ A. M.
as good seed as can be obtained years arrived in New '
..., ..
the dark as to his attitude. anywhere else, and the existing preference use over 40 years, and benefitting York in August; 1913 has finally been ....."ST..ill.,lava LOUIS Juk.EXMtll";...JII.St11'OJ.'. M.M..rd, .rt i..i rr.!It.1.rni-rt.. I Of A.. NMirilU M. ;

His letter of resignation was scarcely for the imported variety is to all who use it, the soothing pine reconstructed in the Museum of Art :0.- Thro..il,Ir.i.l ..tko ".rlo..... tkro.fb N.. 0,..... UoitotM
.I.i., .., let. Put .. Kaik b.I.! ... N.D..t. 4.Dirt. L*> M.
,i more than twelve lines long, and I largely due to carelessness in gathering I balsam with tar heal the irritated air in that city. It is the tomb of Perneb, i J 1 Low wkora" Mr.>oi wiib. .........tl...tko ...... aid. .....will ......toII.rtr.td rOMrvttiooi uofcoao
"booklet of
.I
President Wilson's er loarift rviort. v re r piB|
:
reply accepting the : and handling the domestic pro- passages-soothes the raw spots, a chamberlain of one of the Pharaohs. ri -- 004 Olket lifarltlioo. Spotify*.. "L. a N." 'b..T 0. ..,T.or Hokrth

resignation was about the same i I I duct. Good seed should show 80 to loosens the mucous and prevents racking Only two other tombs of this characterand ?>:xV H. C. BRETNEY
,
,I length. ('0 per cent of germination, but as a the body with coughing. Dr. of equal importance have ever l IE] flM id 6V. Piit.>|* Agent,
Judge Hughes was told today of1Roosevelt's matter of fact, many samples show King's New Discovery! induces natural been taken out of the Nile country, its .- i .......11.!. Nnhtdlo R. R, .
Strnt.JACKSONVILLE
B
Koil
l m I conditional declination of less! than 10 per cent. Well ripened, sleep and aids nature to cure you. 2 said. This monument is a valued t fitOlkor

the Progressive nomination, but he dpI fresh. wwl, however which has been art treasure because of its profuse and I Il f I I i ? Spooul Low I.... 4.i..tko II.......t.toonolioM ...

L I dined to comment on it. His telegram properly cured always germinates in the cocks from 26 to 48 hours, but remarkably well preserved mural dec-

I of acceptance was practically a we-11. A safe rule i is never to gatherthe field curing often requires a longer orations, and because most other

r I reiteration of the principles inculcated seed until the deep crimson color time. It may he considered completed tombs of similar age in the vicinity -

I in the Republican platform. ]! of the immature heads begins to fadeto when the stems are so dry that they from which this came have been de'troyed.From ....rrraera

t Hughes was born in 18G,2. He H a paler red and until their glossy I' will break when a small wisp of hay the June Popular

four years :younger than Roosevelt appearance! is dulled by the spreading '' is twisted slightly, when the hay does :Mechanics: Magazine.
# 'I'
and six years younger than President hairs of the ripe heads. If the grass I' not feel cool when pressed to the B. Z. MATTHEWS

i" Wilson. He \\as first known to the has made a good growth, about 100 i i cheek; and when stirring it slightly SHERIFF FIGHTS WITH CO.CIIWillI' -

public in 1!>0. and Iflftfi! when he was pounds of seed per acre may be stripped produces a "dry" rustle. In the barn
i I ON
engaged in New Lork for an investi- from it with but little injury to i the hay should remain in the mow until FENCE Artesian Well DrillerI

gation of the insurance companies un- the hay. .4. I I it goes through a sweat, which not -

earthing nation-wide scandals.Mr. ( A ton of seed per acre, it is sald'i, only develops a sweeter aroma, but is SWAINSBORO, GA.-Sheriff R. W. I have had twenty-four years experience in

Hughes was twice governor of can be gathered if the crop is allowed safeguard against heating and mould- Coursey yesterday had a thrilling en-

New York, and from there he was to go uncut through the whole sum- I ing in the bale. In a humid section I counter with a snake while creeping Well drilling in Florida.

appointed to the Supreme Bench. mer. Under existing conditions there like Florida it is never safe to hale hay i along a rail fence on the edge of a

Am<"ir l.}" r" st important decisions should be a fair profit in the produc- directly from the field or within a dayor I swamp, five miles from town, where I
all
e are State rat" eases, the pure food 'Lion of the seed in addition to the two after cutting, as is sometimes: he suspected a "moonshine still" was guarantee to satisfactorily complete

law decision' and the Virginia-West value of the grass for hay. done in the dry climate of the West. in operation, he was suddenly con. ..
CONTRACTS =
Virginia debt cases. I To insure the greatest quantity and Thorough care in this respect as wellas fronted by a coachwhip, which rosr -

1 the highest quality of hay throughout in the field curing are important almost erect before striking at thf \' Raiford Florida'

e WHY ENDURE SUMMER COLDS i the year, Natal grass should be mowed factors in the production of high grade officer. :-:

It isn't necessary to have a stuffed : the as soon as a considerable part of hay.As The sheriff threw up his arm to protect \
seed
head, running nose To cough begins to ripen. The last has been said Natal grass is not his face as the snake struck it
1
your cutting, however, may be suitable for n
delayed permanent and
un- pastures and
head off as it were. All you need to til few instantly wound about it squirm- _. .
a days before frost! is is of only moderate -
value ---- -- --
f. expected. or temporary -- --- -- -- -- --
toward his face all the
: do is to use Dr. Bell's Pine Tar-Hon This ng time. Th' r
.
I should leave a good supply ofceed pasture. Its chief value is for .
hay. sheriff !
(I), The soothing and healing balsams seized the snake back of thr ( .
on the ground ready for germination While the grass is it EDGAR EYES .
persistent
i open the clogged air passages and in the never head with his left hand while he rar
following spring. becomes a troublesome weed. A single CCMStt: 1.. PEES :
} a short time you get relief and start I In favorable wcr.'her it toward a nearby house for help, although Optician TestedJACKSONVlllEFlA. .
is best to plowing followed
r grti on the road to recovery. Your nose.tops mow in the morning and to windrow other through by whole cultivation in the reptile was lashing hilT Florida Ken! Estate, Und ad :"'
;: running, less and crops a season furiously and spitting venom.
cough
you you the grass and pile it in haycocks in will eliminate it.RubSlyTismAntiseptic. Broken Lenses Duplicated t'
t know you are getting better. Get a the afternoon. Under very favorable Coursey finally choked the snake or Same Day as R.cicved; Timber Expert. ,L

bottle use as directed. Keep what i is. I weather conditions it be a barbed wire fence and then killer" WeSpccillize on flail I Order-We R y Pbst/_ 1a
left !' may safe to i g 140 W. rOBSYTM JT. 83 at Starke. :
as a cough and cold insurance. 2 haul it to the barn after it Anodyne it. The snake was six feet and one years Experience
has
been -Kills_ pain_ stops_ Dutrt fattion.I : inch long. - .. ........ '
t Read the Telegrap$1.60 a year. f..+t>tct f. T.)



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4 JUNE 16, 1916. BRADFORD .
FRIDAY, COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA. ,PAGE THREE

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I MRS. W. FRANCIS BROWX KILL-I patches of Friday, when he went to' NIGHT FLYING AND ITS SENSATIONS 4

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. j ED BY 0. A. .\ Westminster palance to be questioned f MEXICANS AND
by members of the House of Commons ,

I who were not satisfied with the con '
Wednesday morning at about seven t.uct of the war. Xo intimation was I Told By Airmen.
o'clock 0. A. RicLaraa shot to death AMERICANS ARE '
State News .
Cl Live J Mrs. W. Francis Brown, a charge of g.ven tat h-i intended to leave Eng 9 l
Xight flying and its eerie sensations
buckshot tearing her head and face to land.The '
Orkney islands, off which the !. while scouting for Zeppelins is the

I I Told by Our Exchanges. I I pieces., W.Richards Francis also Brown shot, about her husband the- Hampshire went down, are off the j subject of an interesting article contributed MORE FRIENDLY (

.. "" head and face, inflicting injuries north coast of Scotland. The Hampshire -I ; "to the Daily Chronicle by "An j
was on her way into the Atlantic Airman. ,
which it is feared will result in death.
CITY. The Florida Fruit ESlLLE.County and around the northern end of the It "I
HAINES Agent, was a telephone message that
Products Company, Haines City, is I Burgis has just returned from a trip farm The on shooting Lake Hunter occured, just at a at truck the I i Scandinavian peninsula into the White I'. warned us of the approach of Zepplinsand CARRANZA HAS TROUBLE .
'
enjoying such a prosperous business over the west side of the county, and I Sea. Earl Kitchener probably intended incidentally carried us away from
edge of town. The farm was owned WITH GENERAL ZAPATA :
that the capital stock will be increased reports crops and farm conditions in by Brown, and Richards was cropping to debark at Archangel. i|I a rubber of bridge to a more exciting J

. from $50,000 to $1OOOOO.JACKSONVILLE.ThO. fine shape, many farmers expressing on shares. It is stated that Richards I I 1 he Hampshire was one of the Devonshire game. Five minutes later I was at ,
o the belief that they have the best class of six cruisers. She was the aerodrome with my pilot, and our Carranza Xot at A'l' Anxious For .\ f I ,
refused to allow Brown to have his I
six steam- prospects in ten years or more. Cat. share of the crop, and there has been built in 1003: and normally carried 035; machine was being taken out of the Speed f Reply to His Last Note ''I f : ,
tie are doing well and thereare more men. She displaced 10,850; tons, was
of the Clyde Steamship Company some feeling on this account for some shed.Mechanics -Troops Will Remain. '
ships be converted into oil burners as hogs, and Better hogs, than ever be- time. Yesterday Brown told Richards 450 feet long, 69 feet beam and drew I hurry into and out of the .

will fore. No cases of cholera were reported ::o' feet. She was armed with four i.51 darkness, laden with bombs, machine -
fast as the necessary machinery can that he must! get off the place, and .
and every farmer is working inch, six 6-inch, two 12-pound and guns, ammunition and other the
be installed upon them, according to there were some angry word R' h- accessories Despite threatening tone of Gen. ;
information obtained recently. hard to make feed for his extra large ards finally attempting to strike' k euiy 3-pound guns and two torpedo to a Zeppelin chase. We wrap Carranza's latest note to Washington, j ,

bunch of swine.TALLAI.ASSEE.The. Brown with a hammer. Brown wardedoff tubes. She cost $4,250,000. ourselves in our leather coats, put on insisting on a wstherawal: of: American -
-
The Hampshire has been in use as a face masks as a protection againstthe troops from Mexico affairi below
the blow, took the hammer .awa ,
ST. ACGUSTIXE.-Irs. HenryM. Florida and nailed up the house which Rich-) scout boat and for carrying officials on biting cold, and, taking our maps the border are prog; ssing in the usual '
Anderson have
Flagler and Dr. shell Fish Commission has written a ards had been occupying.That various missions, having ample accommodations and electric torches we stride over to manner. Preside Wilson has revealed -
each donated $10,000 towards the rebuilding letter to the for the latter purpose. the aeroplane.A disposition to heed
officers of the National morning Mr. and Mrs. Brown no the note
the Flagler hospital at St. Shoe Retailers' Association suggestingthe together with Frank Arel, who was She was too old to take a place on the dim group gathers round while and Carranza has: tiken no steps to

Augustine which was recently destroyed skin of the shark as an available working f* Brown, drove out to the fighting line. When the war broke the pilot tests the engines and I examine enforce it. Officials believe that the
by fire. Additional funds will be out bhe was in the Far East, and was the bomb rack and Lewis head of the de facto
substitute for cowhide. It is said that farm in a wagon and found that during gun.Ejierything government is insisting -
raised. the reported to have been worsted in a satisfactory.: that Gen.
scarcity of leather indicates an the night the house had been i'orshing's forces
fight with Germans in the South China'ieas. We are ready at last. "Contact! leave Mexico because -.
enormous increase in the price of broken into, and Richards and his mainly he wishes -
L\KELAXD.-That $1,300,000 of shoes and other leather goods, and it wife were were in possession. Rich- She was one of the British calls the pilot and a second later the to put on a good fsce as the champion -

good roads to be built in Polk county i i.s 11 ssible that the supply of cow-hide' ards was hoeing in the garden, and ,squadron sent to this country for the propeller is racing round. The pilot of his peo le'- national rights,

will add not less than $10,000,000 to vl!! le practically exhausted with: a when Brown's wagon came in sight Jamestown Exposition in ll>07. waves his arm the two chocks are pull- and that any attenpt to use force

the value of the lands of that wise few months. The shark skin i.. very; Mrs. Richards called her husband who Earl Kitchener was born:) June 24, ed from under the wheels and we tear against the American troops is far i.

bailiwick right off the bat and will tovpl.! and it is believed 'that, if it can came on a run, entered the house anda 1850; in County Kerry, Ireland, a fact across the aerodrome. from his mind. I'

make future values cumulative to be properly tanned, it will fun-ih a little later appeared with a gun pre that gave rise to a general belief that Xow we have "flying speed" and The Washington administration'sdetermination 1;
that amount.BARTOW.POk. he was of Irish blood, but his parentswere can rise with safety. With a strange to .
double cheap and an almost unlimited supply sented. Richards commanded theBrown's keep) Pershing on the
of French and ,English descent. felling that nothing is real I watch other side of i
as r leather: substitute. not to get out of the wagon. thtl l boundary until the
His father was a soldier, but of no the ground recede in the t':
county took the Xeither Mr. or Mrs. Brown made any ; halflightand country is cleared of bandits and the

most important forward step in her DE FUXIAK SPRIXGS. For response Mr. Brown is rather deaf very high rank. He had managed to grow more and more shadowy, Carranza government proves it is the
several -
climb to the lieutenant-colonelcy of until it merges into a blackness only master of the situation: ,
when by overwhelming and may not have heard what Rich- appears to be
history an have been
,
years past, reports a dragoon regiment, when he retiredto relieved by the flares that have
been bearing fruit. The Mexican <<
ards said. Brown started
the to leave the military
she voted to bond in sum '
majority, made from various quarters of the the :
estate in Ireland, where Hora- lit for our guidance.
forces in Chihuahua
and one-half million dollars wagon, whereupon Richards openedfire ire being dispos"I
,
of one presence of a belled buzzard and last tion Herbert Kitchener born.
Much
was Depends Upon Engine.A .
of of discharging his twice. One pd in general accc.rtith! the plan dis-
construction gun
the system
for a it ia
Thursday was caught a trap on
Young Kitchener received his fundamental hundred
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217 miles of sheet asphalt road.. the Davis and Wickersham farm near load of buck-shot struck Mrs. Brownin feet up. We know that closed by Gen. OI' 'tgon during his .
education WoolwichOn
at the
military darkness .
the head and face, inflicting injuries pitch immediately belowus conference at El Pa'-o with Gens.
Ponce de Leon by John Baker. The
graduating he received a commis- hides a wood. Pray Heaven the Scott and Funston. This shown
which caused death in few min was
a
MELBOURNE.-The Florida East bell was fastened around its neck bya utes. Theother load took effect in the sion in the Royal Engineers, but when engine is all that it should be, for if when Gen. Funstoa announced that

Cost Oil, Gas and Mineral Co., is the leather strap wired together aul on side of Brown's face. His injuriesare not yet 21 years of age he attached it peters out at this stage of the gamewe the 20,000 Carranza soldiers, recently 1

name of a concern recently organizedat the bell were the letters IIHXX, out serious and fatal. Just himself to a French army in the Fran- shall be too low to glide into the mobolized at Chihuat.ua City, had been
may prove
hint to when where.!
Melbourne for the of dril- no as placed or co-Russian
purpose war. open and so avoid crashing on the
before the shooting began Arel jumped spread over the region; not controlledby
ling wells for gas, oil and mineralsand Of course there may possibly mare In 1874 when a British expeditionwas treetops.We Gen.
Cflumn in such
Pershing's
from the and ran. None of a
selling same. The concern is capitalized than one belled buzzard but if not this wagon sent out to survey Western Pal- begin in
climbing earnest.
the occupants of the had way as to carry out *.n active pursuit
at $50,000 and has been granted bird has been wearing the bell for at whatever. wagon any estine, Kitchener was one of the eager Though we are still below 500 feet, of bandits.In .J

a state charter.UMATILLA.A. least 15 years. The bell was taken weapons volunteers accepted for this service. It the earth is invisible and seems miles fact far the
Brown turned the wagon and with so as military forces
off and the bird turned loose.MIAMI.Preparations was while there in 1882, that he took I have the that
fancy I be
his dying wife in the vehicle, attempted away. am of the two nations are concerned, fric-
car of Florida to drive towards town. Arel over- his first step on the path that was to ing hurled through space on the wingsof tion apparently has ;een reduced to a .

peaches have just been shipped from are being took the wagon and brought the dead lead him eventually to Khartum. Trouble a nightmare. Everything is black, minimum. The Mexican authorities, _

Umatilla. The car, refrigerated, goesto made for the inauguration of a new woman and injuied man to their was already brewing in the Sudan. and I cannot see my hand if I hold it.. following the example[ of flten. Per !

northern marketsand the peachesare boat line from Miami to Lake Okee- home in the old Lakeland Hotel build Hearing that the Egyptian army was before my face, though I can feel the : shing's troops, are taking great pre-

said to be the first ever shippedout chobee via the Miami canal, and the being organized by Sir Evelyn Wood, rush of wind as we force our way cautions to prevent any clashes.. Ac-

of this state by freight and in a first boat or this line is now under con- ing.Richards and his wife came to town young Kitchener saw his opportunitywith through it at eighty miles an hour. I.. cording to a decree jast issued by Gen.

-car lot. Heretofore what peaches have struction in a local boat yard. M. F. jind surrendered to the authorities, unerring instinct and lost no timein run my hand along the side of the Jacinto Trevino, division commanderat

been shipped have been forwarded by Meyer is at the head of the new enter- and he is now in jail. offering his services. As an intelli- fuselage for the satisfaction of touch- Chihuahua City, ii y Carranza soldier -

express in small lots. prise. Of necessity the boats to be The facts as above were broughtout gence officer Kitchener accompanied ing something solid. who fires on an American shall be J
this line will of shallow Herbert Stewart's desert column on It is not too much to that
used on be at an inquest impanneled by say nobody put to death, and an)' civilian attack- (
draft since only the mud have been that heroic but disastrous enterprise can through his first
OCALA.-It looks as though the Judge Thompson and made up of the pass experience ing Americans shall be subject to J
taken out of this canal. The boat I known as the Gordon Relief Expedition of night flying and escape all charges of treasor. ".nishable also
I the largest corn ciop in the history of following: J. H. Davis, J. W. Martin, | by
the country will be produced this under construction at the present time !, Dan Johnson, G. W. Friend, W. J. Es- -the relief of General Gordon symptoms of "cold feet." I tell myself execution. This is he: second development ,
year, will draw six inches of water loaded tridge and Dr. Scarborough. The from Khartum where he had been en- that if the engine fails we shall be unable from the Perahing-Gavira conference tt
and while oats
were a very poor crop light and only twelve inches when I J tangled during the evacuation of the to find a landing ground in the
the farmers determined to have principal testimony was given by the at Xeuvo Cat fe Grandes last
appear loaded It has ten foot beam Sudan. In 1886 he became governorof darkness and avoid bad 1 i
scarcely
heavy. a can a
more and beUgrhay than ever before, only two eye witnesses to the affair, week, the first having been the appointment -
; and is thirty feet long all. It the Red Sea territories and set in crash. I realize the shall
over difficulty we
said R. W. Hacklock, U. S. depart- Mr. Arel and Boyd Heath, the twelve- of Gen. Gavira, at the sug-
will be used for freight and passengers ( motion a series of raids on the no- have in landing even when the flares of Gen.
ment of agriculture, when asked todayfor I year-old son of Mr. W. H. Heath, who gestion Perching, personallyto
his opinion on crop conditions in ;had been hired to haul some potatoes torious Osman Digna, the dervish have guided us back to our aerodrome. undertake the campaign against the

this for Richards.Mr. leader. I think of a friend who, after lookingfor followers of Villa. :
country.
I- T. MEADE.-The local cannery < f Brown came here from Tampa By this time much was heard in Zeppelins on just such a night, collided Gen. Gavira has already gone to the .

the: Port Meade Canning Co. ?; prov- ;about three years ago, and has con- England of Kitchener's work in Egypt with a tree as he came down bandit zone to begin operations. He

JACKSONVILLE-Since the recent ii'g to be a source pf prosperity to the dog campaign began in Jacksonville, rest he received with honor and'
was these sombre thoughts born of
,
farm.-rs as well as the prom Iter! "ft'e lIe and his wife have always deported so vigorously pi oswuted as to leaveno
more than forty people have been fined nominated aide de of
camp Queen the surrounding darkness, only last a .
enterprise. It is incorporate'l! and themselves in such a way as to command doubt in any minaas to the ability -
by Judge Anderson in the municipal its stockholi'rrEs' are some of th. city's the respect and friendship of Victoiia. With his health recruitedhe few seconds. I remember I am up to of Carranza forces t;> deal with any .
court for violations of the dog ordi- went back to Egypt, where, on the look for raiding airships, not to give
most cntermin business men. It is all. I I form of disorder in tfn! state. He said
nance. It is usual each for of Francis Grenfell
summer Sir
: managed by Judge S. P. King, an orO' Richard ha?: been in Lakeland resignation way to nerves. I switch on my electric that his command would number between :
tie i-orce to conduct a crusade asra'nst he was appointed Sirdar (commander) torch and examine the altimeter
: canning Autory man, who lame about two years. Little is known 0'' 8,000 and lO.OW) men, and that :
dogs running wild in the street.;, in cf the Egyptian army. His really the the machine and the
r.u'C'ith his family two years ao his past. Some time ago the Rieh(1 compass, gun the entire force vouM! be spread out
erder to protect the public fro.n the dates from that time.
from San Lonita, Texas. The canneryIs :" ,;" liwl in the lakeland Hotel great career drums of ammunition. as patrols over "every foot of ground

possibility; of hydrophobia.KISSIMMEE. I enjoying its first season and a busyone building! and at that time it is said he The Kitchener campaign that ended Three thingare oddly comforting in Western Chihuah'M! searching every -

it has 1-een. It is equipped with had serious trouble with his; wife, hut with the recapture of Khartum was and help to counteract the sense of un cave, tree, rock\ : ravine, settlement -

.- The first annual modern! canning machinery and has a they evidently were reunited. considered by military experts as per- :. l'ealitth pale moonlight that has and house whew a bandit could

state tourament of the Florida Trap- daily output of 3,000 can Eight The corr.orer's jury Wednesday af- fectly organized and faultlessly conJ ju.-tcome out from behind a bank of hide. The troops IP as...erU-d. v>uld

shooters Association, held recently in I' thousand cans of sauer kraut have already tomoon rendered verdict of murderin uctt l;. clouiN, the searchlights: and the loud I operate along th( lines' which made

Kissimmee, was a success from every been put up and sold and several the first degree in the eao of O. A. V.'i :: t'i' <' ivptuio of Khartum, cap- I hum of the engine. A freakish twit the old Mexican rjraws so effective

'angle. A large number of trapshoot- thousand cans will be, put up just as Richard-: who shot Mr. and Mrs.' ital oi Sudan, which meant the rt-ts-j: 'j of nlf'mol'makes the engine's roar a hard pursuit and ;t quick finish.Considerable .
,, of'
ers were on hand from all parts of :he soon as the workmen can get to the Itrown: yesterday morning. The pre- tablMiir.fiit lif BritWi possession I suggest to my subconsciousne-.s; some uneasiness has ben,

state and the enthusiasm wa great i task. liminary hearing will probably, beheld these I n" loaches- the Nile. Kitch- j i lines from a Che.-teiton ballad, and I cau'Ii1l\ Northern Uexico and along

T. II.! Evans, of Orlando won the state I j tomorrow.-Lakeland News. oner became the object of hero worship "udlll'n1filHI myself murmuring: I ..

championship with a score of 01 out j in England. I Mandragon: the millionaire, I am
of -a possible 100. j i,I AMI.-John Hanan, the rnoemji'iifactuier For his' triumps in the Sudan he I happy to say, is tl'm1.I i ( Continued Oil l'agel.I; )
i:< anxious to get tli'nRSwtf CHEAT BRITAIN SUFFERS ,\ !1---
iai.-ed the Baron
was to peerage as lie funeral in
I enjoyed a quiet a crematorium -
| ) anti-aircraft
a hurry tle guns are
I ? : on his new winter home on Alton LOSS IX KITCHENER'S DEATH Kitchener of Khartum and received I
,
CLEARWATF.R.Approximately I shed; I si'e'tt.! We cruise Found for about
Ieach and has wired Architect:
the thanks of Parliament and a grant And he lies there and soft and
: fluffy
36,000( acres of land in northern Hills- I j ten minutes and then finding that the
the work
August Geiger: to push as Earl Kitchener was appointed scc- cf ?l."iOOOft.; Shortly afterward he was and certainly quite refin'fl.When .
,
grey of
borough and Pincllas! counties were Haixan I Zeppelins have left oar part the air, '
acquired the |I rapidly as possible. Mr. spent Fetal)' of state for war on August S. promoted lieutenant general and then I he mirht have been rotting to for home.
by Reo Farms Company, we turn
I weeks in Miami last winter becoming
of Lansing some 11)14! a few days after Great Britain's chief of stair to Lord Roberts in the f flowers and fruit with Adam and all The direction
Mich.
jioituf. ,
according to the i much attached to this place. compass our
declaration of South African and return of
I war on Germany. lie war, on mankind.
terms of a deed filed in the office of the : He invested in number of enterprisesand and we begin to d<."'''end. At 4,000
a was regarded as England's greatest Lord Roberts to England November, 2,500: Feet in Air
circuit ungainly
clerk of Hillsborough recently. I feet my breath is taken< away a!< an -
front
Revenue stamps totaling 400( were : also bought a tract of ocean soldier, and the dncision of the government ltVO! succeeded him as commander in The altimeter now registers 2,">0i') and sinister .&hape rushes past
land the beach. Mr. Geiger has
on entrust him with the chief in that field. By constructing
attached to the deed. indicating a consideration residence to supreme : a feet. We are right over a populouspart about thirty yards away. We haveI
drawn the Hanan
plans or diiection of the received withummimou three thousand and five hundred mile
of war was of the town. The twinkling of i collided with another aeroplane
approximately $400,000. I nearly
there, which will !be one of the finestin I
chain of block houses he the
; appioval.As stopped the myriad street lamps and shop I j When we get lower the horrid
this section. There will be several
th war progressed and Great l-oer raids and virtually ended the war lights makes it look like a monstt.ou'lChinpe ]!I[ doubts begin to reaert themselves
JACKSOX'ILLE.The Florida large: buildings on the tract in additionto Britain's deficiencies in certain direc- in :South Africa. This added to his 1-'
garden. The moving flashes j Where on earth i U the line of flares
Metropolis I I j
announces that W. R. Car. the main house, while the whole )) und ; at home and
I
tions, especially in regard to the shortage popularity prestige .
ter we suppose must come from trams that marks our aerodrome? If the ...
the and Rufus A. Russell founders of I I tract will lie developed alone/!: the most of artillery ammunition, became he was rewarded by the title of Viscount and busses. Away to the right we can ''orderly officer ha- forgotten' to keep

Metropolis, who retired rom modern landscape gardening idea apparent, Earl Kitchener was subjectto promotion to the rank of general river. ,
tive see a l "nd (If the soft-shimmering them alight shall we ) f able to attract
management of the paper on ftC-I I The Hanan estate on the beach will severe criticism, led by Lord Xorth- for distinguished services, the I how will
21, 1913, in favor in attention, and if not long our
of cost the of
George A. ) probably neighborhood
Clellan hava :- eliiFe. The secretary was charged with thank of Parliament and a grant of At 4 ,//IO( feet an outburst of frightfulness petrol last?
resumed control acquir-I I SL'0,000! and :Mr. Hanan hopes to be I
:
for OfltJO.
ing the interest responsibility failure to foresee theextraordinary : by "Archies"anti-air( As we near the 'JftO-foot level I
of Mr. McClellan. : able to the house next winter.
occupy
demand for heashells Immediately after the General -
Carter resumes his \lr.1!i, peace craft guns ( warns us that a Zeppelin j(i fire off a Very's light in the hope of '
old duties
as editor I I and as result the ministry of muni- Kitchener went to India as com
a be somewhere near. Three dull j It crackles and wind
and )Ir. Russell his I' may being seen.
business former position as LIVE OAK.-The river, famed in tions was formed with David Lloyd- nder-in-chief; of the British forces explosions from far Mow confirm the I i its way earthward i il a red stream, j

manager.PEXSACOLATw0 song, flows to the north west and George; at its head. there. On leaving India in 190i: he supposition and tells us that German but there is no answering fla>h. At '

south of the county, a distance of Had Friction With General French. was promoted field marshal and appointed bombs are destroying, British homes.I I 500 feet we are still in the daik-and

hundred thous- some eighty-five milts. It is deep, Earl Kitchener's responsibilitieswere commander-in-chief and high see red and long for a chance to SI) i? our landing rojnd.

and gallons of gasoline will be kept in !!! swift running through a fertile COuntry further lessened by the appointment commissioner in the Mediterranean, avenge the outrage.I There it is at lat, t the thin red line 4

storage in the four underground tanks I, over a rock bottom. In former of General Sir William Robertson and later on took a tour of inspectionof note with joy that we are s,000' of flares that represent :safety; the

being installed now at the navy aero- I| years: and before the advent of the as chief of the imperial staff in the forces of the entire empire. fret up and near the favorite altitudeof flares prow bigger a,* we go lower .i

Plane station at Pensacola. this is I railroads. steamboats navigated the December) of last! :year. It was reported drawins up a scheme of defenses of the night raiders. Another loud and lower. Now the engine is shut

qual to five tank cars. Work on assembling river as far as the mouth of the With- at that time that friction had arisen the overseas dominions. thud below is preceded by a bright off and we are glid'ng: down, our pa'h-

thenew Thomas tractor aero I lacoochee river. A few hundred thousand between Earl Kitchener and Field He then returned to Egypt, the scene flash: on our own level, and we race way being in the shape of an elongated

plane is progressing rapidly at the !| dollars would make it navigable Marshal French, then in command of of his first triumph, in the capacity of upward and onward in the direction "S." I sit tight and }hope: that we will

aero station. The Thomas is a 3,000 |I i for vessels of considerable size and the British forces in France. Shortly British agent p?d consul general in thus shown. not meet with our old friend, the ", .,oJ ,j

Pound machine. There are two of j draft. This matter may be taken up after the appoir.tment of General Robertson Cairo virtually a governorship gen- But a wandering searchlight snatches just before touching the earth.A .
them
at the yard.LEESBURG.Activity. before the congress some time in the Field Marshal French relinquished eral-hip of Egypt-and led in the eco- away our opportunity; we are sharp bump, another bump a

future, but it does not appear to i-e his command.Notwithstanding nOJr cal development of the country, caught in its beams and half blindedby short spurt along the ground and we

in forming reiving attention at this time. The the criticsm directed building new roads and irrigation pro- the sudden glare. The pilot loses pull up with a jerk. The undercarriage -

lines was never greater in Lake count stream, besides affording ample drainage against Earl Kitchener his great ject on a large scale. control while banking and we fall intoa is smashed, but otherwise we are

%' tharr at present. Xew ground is giving the sportsman many days accomplishments during the war are side slip. I receive a painful slap inthe safe and sound. Leaving the machineto .

teing broken in every section of the outing. It abounds with fish of many recognized universally. Foremost of Lake In Havtagan Crater. face from the icy cold air as we the tender mercies; t' the mechanics .

COunty and thousands of acres will be kinds, which are caught; all the year. his achievements is the creation from Walapele, or Green lake, on the Is rush downward diagonally, and I bite we climb out very f soberly! and walk

woe.1 1 to the total improved during the Suwannee river fish are esteemed England's untrained manhood of a land of Hawaii, Is a body of fresh water my tongue from shock. In two sec- across to the sheds, wlere the orderly

Present year. One of the most noteWorthy highly, because they come from the huge army. At the beginning of thei In the pit of an old crater nar onds the machine has righted itself officer informs us cheerfully that all

steps of the past week was deep, running, cool waters. ,i I war Great Britain had only a few Kopoho. This lake covers an area and I thank whatever gods there be the night flyers have come home to ... '

thO! organization at Grovtland )f the i,, hundred thousand trained men. Today of about five acres and is fed by that it is of the "automatically stable' roost.

Central Florida Truckm' Association. Tbs QuUM TM DOM Not Affoct Tbs Reid more than five million men are enrolled springs below the surface. A pumpIng type which has evoked such caustic Over kottoffee and cigaretts we exchange -

e territory embraced in this Assoclition Bectse of its tonic and laxative effect. LAXA.I|I for the various brandies of the plant takes water from thU lake criticism. yarns with others who have

extends from Groveland to Linwn TIVE Quinine BR9MO and doei QUININE not ca is o&better- nerronsnes than ordinary n rrincing I' ser-lce. for dOM tIe use and for irrigation Begin Climb Again. been air scouting. And so to bed,

bout twelve meg! ai.d pledges in head Remember the full name and I I There have been no recent reportsof purpose: When the aeroplane has found itselfwe more tired out by half an hour'sflying '
have took for the tiro tore of C. W. GROVE. 25c.I
of 7T ten made for thirty-five acres Earl Kitchener's movements. He begin to climb again. By the timewe night than by an average day & _

Strawberries for next season. Read the Telejnph-11.50 a Year. was last mentioned in the cable dis Bead the Telegraph-$1.60 year. reach the altitude we left in such work. .
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, II PAGE FOURBradford BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY JUNE 16I 1>1L

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GENERAL NEWS ITEMS OF CARDS OF THANKS.I --- ,
National Democratic Convention assembling -
WILSON AND MARSALL ARE Turn ant Turn About
here tomorrow. Efforts of THE WEEK FROM LAWTEY It
CHOICE OF DEM. CONVENTION was sonii'Unus the
County TelegraphLocal : custom Of .,
the old guard to displace Vice Presi- hereby express my sincere thanksto lessors iu fjrai t times ,,"'

(Continued From Page 1.) dent Marshall with Sullivan or some (Continued From Page 1.) the many in Bradford county and tickets for tut-Ir :' courses.that -

and Long Distance Phone -- other man more acceptable to the big the state, who showed by their votes was H.::,(.th'lps :l11\l l'l1. in "

Number 40 residing elder of the St. Louis Dis- interests were ruthlessly shattered by Jim Ritch of Raiford, had given him, at the late primary that they wishedme Book of Edinburgh; .\nl'l- lote!!" I 'ne .

trict Methodist Episcopal church the President when he told the mem- as the cow had died in the woods. for their state treasurer. I assure Watt tells how IV! famous: Dr'rallda..,..

, .' Soflth. The reading of the list of tem- brs of th Indiana delegation over the On investigation the deputy found these kind friends that I warmly ap- Barclay extrjun.rai lecturer lob

Published weekly, and entered as porary officers already agreed upon by long distance telephone that he is two cow hides and no goat hides, and preciate their support.J. omy at the CIlI- "I-ity of on ana;
second class matter at the post-office Vice President. Edinburp'etween
behind the
squarely further investigation that the
the National Committee was next in proved S. GRIXER. 1797 ai-I t 1";:;;. once
I at Starke, Florida. order. Then comes the keynote speechby This word passed along among the cattle belonged to Mr. J. E. Rosier, a humorous roiiftlre to an Impost apPlle4 J
delegates had the immediate effect of and that one of them had been shot .
I the temporary chairman, MartinII. of thin k lll1.
E. S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner stopping all opposition to Marshall be- twice. I take this method of expressing my
Glynn, of New York. sincere thanks to those who voted for lIe receiUNl a note from Dr '
fl. E. LAGERGREN Associate Editor Mr. Glynn's speech is expected to fore a serious fight developed which Cornell waived examination and was the well known antiquary, LaIne.
in the election
and reque&tbjr'a
me primary although
the chancesof -
might have injured party's placed under $500 bond in default of free
take up more than an hour. After he defeated I feel ticket for a young
thankfulfor
success. Big delegations are arriving which he was sent to the county jail very dent. medlclllt1-
concludes the roll of states is to be Barclay I rofid
the fact that those who himself dl {,
TilE COOK'S IMPORTANCE.Next all full of gin- supportedme
today. They were
at Starke to await the action of the lighted
called for representation on the com- to confer the favor, but "
The did so on qualification and invited.
and enthusiasm for Wilson. not
ger grand jury. the pupil to
mittees on credentials, permanent organization sicv-mipany him to
through sympathy.L. Dt
week there will be three daysof rules and order of business battle cry of "Peace, Prosperity andPreparedness" l..alnl bookshop! where he selected ,.
W. KICKLITER.
instruction in the culinary art in platform and committees to notify the has grown by leaps Miss Jessie Griffis left Friday for books on nuatonij to the exact value at .

Starke by Mrs. Waldrup and assistants candidates nominated. and bounds. North Georgia where she will spend a ticket for hicourse: of l lec tuht

and it is hoped that as many as Adjournment will be taken until several weeks with friends. I want to thank the voters of school Then sagely n-ia.irkiLg that Without

possible of our actual and prospective noon Thursday when the committeeswill Five Daily Calls to Prayer.At Rev. R. A. Carmine, District Superintendent -I' district No. 1 for the generous support textbooks his let'tttres were useless l be>

j housewives attend and learn all they report. Permanent organizationwill sunrise the light sleepers are Jacksonville District St. given me at the primary, and I will presented, the soaks to the astonished
,
i can. We have many good cooks and then be effected and after the I awakened bS the Ion;,', mellow cry of Johns River conference, will hold the try to serve them in a way that they youth as a gift ;rom Dr. Lalng. HI

many sorry ones, but good as well as permanent chairman: Senator Ollie i the muezzin from his tower: second quarterly conference at the will have no cause to regret their would not li-tcn! to the young man'i

poor cooks can learn valuable lessons James of Kentucky, delivers his God Is great: Methodist church next Saturday choice. J. C. McRAE.I expostulation: l.ui bundled him and tilt '
1 testify that there !Is no GCYt but God! even-
from the demonstrations. The cook speech, the convention may listen to I testify that Mohammed is the prophet ing at 7:30 o'clock and will preach books out "f the "hop. He did not fly
has the welfare of the household and of the It necessary to repeat the lesson.
some party's orators after of God!
both and
I morning evening on Sunday. hereby express my sincere thanksto ,..
the farm the success of her husband'sbusiness which adjournment will be taken un- Come 10 prayer! Everybody invited. the voters of the county for the
!
Come salvation
and her children's progressin til Friday morning when the platformwill Prayer to is better than sleep! :Mrs.: M. A. Torode who has been generous support given me in my race I Our Poiconoui Snakes.

her hands. One who has had the be read and adopted. Then'tech God Is most great: spending several months at the homeof for sheriff, which resulted in my nomination Raymond L. L'ftiuars curator of rep.
of visiting many of follow There Is Cal but God! tiles at the Xework
opportunity very a recess and the Presidential no zoological part
Mr.V.. E.
her son, Torode returnedto and in the discharge of my ,
the farmers in Bradford county says, nomination will come late Friday As one b .nrs live times each day her home in Alabama last week. duties you will find that confi- classified the poijjonous snakes of tin
that while some of the farmers have night. from the luhi.-iu-ts of. the mosques of your United States In K-veiiteen species
Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Finn who has dence is me was not misplaced.W. Of
only the commonest fare without any Whether the convention will adjourn Cairo this summons to prayer, as one been residents of Lawtey for about a J. EPPERSON. these, the l'ulllDl'A.l coral snake and th* I

,variation others live like princes and after President Wilson has been nominated behoMs the fiiithful reverently bowing year, returned to their home in Ken- Sonoran coral tiuike Inhal.J1t'the' southeastern

their tables fairly groan under bur- and a session held Saturday their bodies iu their shops or in the tucky last week. While here Mr. Finn : nod southwestern states respectively
dens of all sorts of good things, including the I wish to thank the voters of
? morning to name Vice Presidentor public highways, one readily perceives was in the mercantile business beinga many : the copperhead and the
home-made preserves. The whether the Cairo be is 1he heart of Bradford county for their loyal water mocciiin
convention will take that iu nc;" member of the Bradford Trading sup- arc in the east sad
first mentioned class have slovenly the Vice world. port in the past election also the :
up Presidency immediatelyafter the Moslem These )prayers oc Company. Mr. II. C. Peace boughtout people southeast; the dvarf rnttlesnakestli&tIs
surroundings and poor crops and suf- the President is named, has not cur at sunrise midday, 3:30 In the afternoon his interest. of the county for the courtesy and the n.a:''!'-. UJu'.tI and the pygmy-

fer from poor health, while the other yet been finally decided. A number of at sunset and an hour and a Marshall L. L. Sapp was transacting kindness shown me during the cam- Infest the cei.tru1 nnd southeastern regions

kind keep their premises in good repair the leaders desire to have the convention half after sunset The faithful must business in Starke last Friday.Col. paign. E. L. CROSBY. and the treven typical rattl*

have good crops and are strong complete its work late Friday attend their prayers with bows and J. C. of Starke snakes Jive in lit; east the southeast
Poppell, was
and healthy. The first kind present night or early Saturday morning so as prostrations to show perfect devotion. in Lawtey Monday on business. I wish to thank the voters of Lake the prairie reiunand, the great southwest -

all sort of excuses for not having vegetable I to avoid a Saturday session. -Clayton Cooper's "The Man of Rev. T. B. Lawrence Prof. :l: 1.1.. Butler precinct for the loyal support Of these the southwest, Indeed, f

gardens and fruits while with the all I Building! Platform. Egypt Fryer and Mr. A. A. Stokes went to they gave me over my opponent and holds sx-the! White the tiger, the
t. others surround themselves J'lattorm was continued black tailed. Prfre's the
building by his twelve green and
1 Tampa Monday morning on the excur- campaign managers. AlsoI
the bounties a generous soil and climate potential leaders of the party so as to Molasses For Shoe want to thank the five who voted for the horned. The\ other fire are the

e give those who help themselves.A have much of the work in readinessfor Shipping Louisiana molasses Into sion.Col. at timber rattlesnake?, the diamond back
Worthington .
A. Z. Adkins of Starke me precinct.C.
was a
man once invented a new bed ,. the consideration of the resolu- New England by the hogshead and visitor to A. ROBERTS. af the southeast the prairie, the Paciflc .
... wanted to advertise it so sending the back south Lawtey Monday
spring and tions committee. The cemmittee is same hogshead and the Tesiis.-Youth's ())mpu.
.. that it would sell. He used this catch 'expected to organize late today receive again with shoes were Incidents of the Rev. Alderman, of DeSoto county ton.

line: "One-third of your life is spentin drafts of planks and hand them shoe trade of Avon years ago. It was preached at the Lawtey Baptist I wish to thank the voters of school

bed; buy Peters' bed springs for over to a sub-committee for consider- back In 1840 when the present town church last Monday evening. district No. 3 of Bradford for their Work of the! Inventor.
had look- of Avon was East Stoughton, that two Mr. A. l!. Blanchard was transacting kind given in the
__ comfort. The public never ation. It is probable that a public hear support me primary.In Manufacturers ?re almost dally hi
ed at the matter in this light before- ing will be given, probably on Thursday brothers were in company manufac business in Jacksonville Tuesday. return I promise to discharge the receipt of communications! from inrea-

that a person who had attained the to suffragists, labor leaders and turing shoes and as a side line ran a Prof. Marcus Brown was a business duties of the office to the best of my tors inclosing patent: specification

age of 60 years had actually spent 20 others. Anti-suffragists will also be grocery and general store la a spot visitor to Starke Tuesday. ability. T. B. PINHOLST, arcutlon aimed I
covering an to !mpro"e -
and it thought where now stacks the postofflee bulM- Mr. L. II. Hill was transacting business -
in bed very
was
given
years a hearing, it is said. their produjt. It is a mistake ,
to make the beds as comfortable Ing. One of the brothers went south in Starke Tuesday.
wise Secretary of War Baker who arrived To the voters of manufacturers
Lawtey precinct- on the part of to view I
and Peters' springs sold and located in New Orleans In the :Mayor: B. D. Kelley of Raiford, wasa
as possible here last night from Washingtonwith Plen?e allow me to thank all who voted such inventors a:? Impostors. The position
business, visitor
his
grocery leaving brother to Lawtey Tuesday.The I
like hot cakes. (Peters later movedto
the
I planks drafted personally by here to manufacture shoes and Loots Philathea and Baraca classes for me on June 6th and to those that ",Ill outsider cannot know I
made fine
and
Lawtey a orange President Wilson, will submit them to who opposed me, have best more about our own business than 1
you
his according to E. Uextt-r Littleneld. The and a few invited friends gathered at my
of
: grove on the proceeds springs.) the resolutions committee when it is wishes. With kindest ourselves"' is that has }
brother who was in the South would the Methodist regards to all, I a fallacy no place t
: all of eat three times a day parsonage Tuesday
I Now us
appointed. Mr. Baker has
taken
extra -I am yours, J. II. MOORE.I in modern industrial management If
t and children much oftener. Every ship a hogshead ot inohsses; to hit evening where a most enjoyable even- t
precautions to prevent the text I brother in Avon aim the it were necessary to prove that sucha i
as soon as in
ing was etc. The
bill collector knows how much easier from the spent games oc-
it is to collect from a man who has reaching to the public before submission I hogshead was empty It would l'l'dl'an. casion was in honor of Miss Bertha take this method of thanking the position is a fallacy thousands of :
committee. On his way ed and would lie tilled with l>' of
who
Lawrence will Jacksonvillethis voters Bradford
just enjoyed a good meal, than from West he the go to county for the vote
kept under
I papers the the southern trade This revolutionary la
many
practice was i
one who is hungry or has dined off pillows of his berth while he week to theteachprs' training and support given me on June Cth. I
slept. kept up for years, and in this Industrial and products were
way a school.A shall endeavor to further show \pniressrs
:
stuff.
tasteless Cowboys
some indigestible, my ap-
Expressions of approval were heard good trade built for minds of
was p Avon foot first conceived in the men
miners and lumberjacks are not- today regarding the suggested party composed of :Mr.: E. L. preciation by the services I hope to
plansto wear.-Boston Globe
conul'.tt'/l with the
cot remotely
Crews and family Jack Davis and render in the future.E. even
ed for their fights and quarrels and win over members of the Progres- you Industries affected and(
most vitally
their grouchy nature has been tracedto sive family, Elias Crews Walter Crews R. POPPELL.
party by making
overtures to Saved by Artificial Breathing.Dr. benefited tllerehy-.Amerlcan: Machinist
Louis Crews :Miller: Davis and
Wash
badly cooked food. A man who them in the Democratic platform. Sec-
.
S.
F. Derioujinsky.
Russian
lives well considers that life is worth a Davis enjoyed a fish fry on the shoreof ,
Baker in I thank the
retary discussing this phaseof surgeon, reports the case of a peasantof II voters of Palestine and --- --
living is healthy, ambitious and cheerful the political situation said the Sampson lake recently. They report Providence voting precincts for their
par- twenty-one who.
following
an angina In the "Balance.
I
while one who has to put with a good catch and a good time gen- -
up
ty leaders hoped to loyal which
get support they in
Progressive
of
me .
probably diphtheritic origin, was I gave "Give me two s/fits In the balance
.. bailly cooked food feels disgusted with support by drawing a platform stricken erally. the primary of June 6.
. with
so paralysis. After two said a mnn. stepping\ up to the box of. \
Rev. T. S. Stark
life, lacks ambition and the indigestion that it will meet with their approval. weeks of total paralysis some movements preached at the J. J. BLACKWELDER.I fice wIIllItr.t'! over afternoon.
Methodist church at Saxton last Sunday
which always troubles him makes -
Denunciation of the use of the militia of the arms appeared, but a afternoon. "In the what?'': asked the ticket

him tion. grouchy and repugnant to exer- and armed guards against organized few days later respiratory trouble be The District Conference of the Jacksonville heartily thank the voters of district seller, fearing that; she had misunder

workers is contained in a .nronos-. gan. The breathing rose to forty to'the No. 6 for their confidence in stood. ,
I District of the
M. E. church. me
Ho you see, the family COOK, or sne ed industrial plank submitted by F. minute and became superficial shown "I said I wnntiHi two seats In thebal'ance. :
their
by
South is in session in support at the late
this
who superintends the cooking has the Lawtey t
P. Walsh former chairman of the with "
Federal momentary stops. It was neces- election. said the in.sa.
I them
welfare of the family in her hands. week from Wednesday morning to assure that I will
Industrial Relations Committeeto Jury to resort to artificial respiration fulfill The ticket seller racked her brain i
And knowing how to prepare food, she Senator Stone, who will be chair- With the assistance of pupils in the in Friday evening. The conference is my duties as an officer in a man- trying to solv tin puzzle and, finally i igt"lng
ner to convince them that
held in their confidence
will insist the being Grace church the -
on having proper ma- man of the resolutions committee. The I firmary school this wus kept up day use it up, she +ked the man to ex- : f
terials. She will have a vegetable proposed plank also declares the rightof i and night from Feb. 5 to Feb. 20. On of the church being kindly offered to was not misplaced. plain just what luj. wanted. tf !

garden containing esculents of diverse labor unions to organize."We I the latter day the patient began breathing them while in session here by the offi- JACOB JOHNS. "On this sin wt here it says balcony ';

kinds, also a strawberry bed, some demand the fullest encourage- naturally, but difficulty In swallow cial board. 23; cents for the first three rows. .;.j i

peach plum pear, orange and pecan ment," it reads "both in administrative ling arose about the same time. On. Mrs. Kathleen Cline spent several I am deeply grateful to the citizensof It says balance 15.; cents. I want twIn ) f

trees, while the wild berries, so abun- law and in the judicial process of Feb. :20 It became necessary to begin days in Starke this week as the guest the county for the cordial support. the balance." i

dant in Florida, are preserved by her. union labor. To make this declaration artificial respiration again. This was oof Mrs. J. C. McRae. given me in the senatorial contest. I Then the ticket. seller understood. 4:. ,

Men and women whether they work effective, we point out that today and maintained until March 1, when natural Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and little daughter thank: all who contributed to my elec- : Exchange.

I with their hands or their brains as in the past the power of courts and breathing returned, and the patient spent Sunday and Monday at the tion and I shall try to leave no room I t

a well as children, must be well fed with other legal processes has been used recovered home of Mrs. M. E. Edwards. for them to regret their action. I Bill's Terrible Condition.

. a variety of food, including a gener- against the rights of the workers to -- Mrs. E. E. Burney and children are A. D. ANDREWS. I There was only n thin partition be :

ous supply of meats; but fruits, freshor associate themselves in labor unions. Thackeray's Criticiim. spending this week with relatives and tween the bar parW and the taproomof I

preserved are necessary to supply We condemn these practices as being In ."Bar Bat and Bit. by the Hon. friends in the Wateroak section. I wish to to the suburban h5!:telry, writes "H.

" certain ingredients to the body and as in violation of the spirit, at least of Sir Edward Chandos Leigh, Is the fol- : Mr. E. Griffis was a business visitorto that I highly say appreciate my many the friends in the Manchester Guardian, so that I f

a corrective and assimilative. Fruits' the federal law Jawing Thackeray story: Starke Monday. support could not help henring what was perhaps !
: the
securing to workers given June 6th
me on and I
big and small are so easily grown in the legal right of voluntary Thackeray and others were great frequenters Messrs. T. J. Terry, Harry C. Pad- faithful service promise a confidence I'liout a certain Bfll't I
asso- member of the
as a
Florida or procured that no one should ; ciation. of Evans', in Covent Garden gett and H. B. Bennett Jr., went to school board. terrible condition the previous afternoon -
J. E.
do without them. And this takes us "The Alaska delegation will kept by Paddy Green, where the most Jacksonville Tuesday by auto. DOUGLASS. "Well to cut a long story f

back to the beginning and gives us a the platform committee presentto resolu- beautiful glees used to be sung. There Mr. W. E. Torode was transacting short said the voice, which ores f

second occasion for emphasizing the tion recommending the a of was a little coterie there and I was business in Hamilton county the first I wish to thank the many friends husky probably with emotion. "I had ;

necessity for attending the cooking only American labor employment honored by being allowed to Join that of the week. who gave me their support in the recent to set Iin on a- doorstep and leave In] f
t on government
demonstrations frequently given by construction work in Alaska." coterie. We used to devour chops Mr. 0. L. Thomas and children Es- primary and assure them that there. 'E must 'a' fell asleep and 'Is >, i S

our county demonstrator of domestic Will Bryan be Active. baked potatoes and other adjuncts to sie and J. C., are spending several their expression of confide ce is ap- 'at dropped on Uf footpath an", i

I science by all who cook or expect to a homely supper after the theater. days ill Watertown this week. preciated. My opponents are honor- would yer beli"ve it. when 'e woke W t

do so. Many Democrats familiar with the One night I found Thackeray alone at able and competent citizens, and I there was 11 j>f nc' In it." i

r r activities of William J. Bryan in oth- the table when up came a email, obse GOVERNOR PARK TRAMMELL feel honored to be nominated from -- t

NOTE FROM MR. DOWLIXG. er Democratic conventions are not quious gentleman, who rubbed his THANKFUL FOR HIS VICTORY' among that number. I shall strive to Bark of :he Dog. -..

--- sure that the former standard bearerof bands together and addressed Thack serve the best interests of all concerned Wild dogs 11't' bark-that Is to ". t
the party will not become active in with the most fulsome during the round so famillar to
To the Citizens of Bradford eray compli- Governor my incumbency of the office say. explosive
County the Park
present convention. Mr. Bryan ments. When he passed on I said to Trammell has issued for which I was ncminated. us in thebark" of our dogs is never i

I wish to thank you all for the sup- said he would not go on the floor witha Thackeray, "Pray tell me who Is that?" the following statement: II. D. MAY. heard from arty sfwies of wild dog. f

port given me in the primary. I have proxy but might speak to the delegates His answer was "He calls: himsalf an "I have tabulated the returns on the Wild dos prowl, KSarl. howl, but they 1

done the best I could during the long if invited. It was thought he artist but he paints as much in butteras Senatorial race from practically all never give n real bjrk. The true bark
and tedious campaign in which I might the counties and the I wish to thank my friends for their
have appear before the resolutions he does In oil." figures show that of the donif.tkiit<"'l dog is the resultof t
bee n involved. I trust there has been committee in advocacy of some of his I have carried 45 counties Bryan 6, support on the 6th of June. While the his bong as'orltion wJlman, ano f

nothing done or said by me that will ideas Mr. Bryan said he did not expect Arm and the Child. Wall 1, and Gilchrist none. The first vote I received was far from what of his attempt III 'vpeak" iu answer to :

.' cause any long and lingering preju- to present his views on prohibi- Girl scouts exist in Germany also. choice votes tabulated are as follows: was exncted I feel sure that the high his master's viice.-N't'W York Ameri ,,

dice.. I have been trying to handle tion to the committee, but was here Instead of camp fire girls they call Trammell ---------______.35,279 toned standard of my campaign and can.. ,.

my politics in such a manner as to only to observe and write his impressions them something that sounds like a Bryan -----------------__17,647 the progressive ideas advanced will be ----, -

not hurt the feelings of any one, and of the convention. The Nebraskan mixture of Fenimore Cooper and musical Wall ------------------_.11,959 of benefit to the school interest of the Quarrel.

I hope that in future meetings with since his arrival here early yesterday comedy-Patbfinderesses Is the literal Gilchrist _______-____-____ 8,269 county. I also wish to acknowledgemy "And when Locat.ng'\i ere abroad on your
you
my opponents or their friends, they has been busy receiving callers. translation. Apparently too they obligations to the many homes in honeymoon trip iHi.! you visit the palace "

can meet me with a smile and a hand Admhsion tickets to the Coliseumwere ., go In for being military with true Ger Total ------------------73,154 which I have been entertained and of at Tilt Hague?" asked the
clasp and that we can have the best selling today for $;) apiece. Fifty man thoroughness. One rends how ahead It will\ be seen from the above that hope in the future to return much of girl friend peace of tl c Hide just home from

feelings toward each other. I am un dollars was offered for a series of game warden presented himselfat I have close to a majority over all op- it. 0. L. MIZELL.I abroad.

able to express my full appreciationto tickets. Chairman McCombs of the the shop of a dealer In firearms in ponents of the first choice votes, twiceas "Oh. was rr e reply. "We bad
all the people of Bradford National Committee called the Berlin and desired to purchase first choice yes.
county upon a revolver. many votes as the next take this of our first quarrel tLl're.ronkerlStutesman.
for the large vote given me, and while city authorities to arrest all persons "A revolver said the dealer. high man, Senator Bryan, whom I am the citizens of opportunity Bradford thanking '

I shall serve you as your tax collector found selling the tickets. Mr. Mc "I'm sorry, sir. but I've Just sold the leading 17,623 first choice votes. their county for ___ I
I shall; endeavor to give you such efficient Combs also ordered an investigationto .last gross of revolvers In the shop to The returns also indicate that I late splendid support of me in the

service that you shall have no learn how the tickets reached the the Potsdam battalion of girl scouts.- am leading Senator Bryan on the sec- primary. I greatly appreciate How It Worked.llldSl&I1aH' that
their
reason to regret that New York Post kindness and confidence and shall you really found .
you again chose speculators. ond choice
votes. This is, of cone, fonder! ;
net betray the trust of the absence makes tin- heart prow
people.
me. There will be about 13,000: seats i in a wonderful I ,
victory and
am Charlie
Lastly I will say that I shall give all the Coliseum. There will be 512 seats A Sunny Disposition. foundly grateful to the people of pro this GEO. A. GARDINER.By Marjorie-Iiulffcd I've-learnwl r have! to Since love Jack J-

the people what they are looking for. on the platform, 472 seats in the section Willie-Paw. what Is a snnny disposition state for their expression of confi went away }

antI in such a way that when I get oldI I reserved for newspapers and press: ? Paw That Is something dence. My ambition and guiding star this method I wish to expressmy ever so much_III"rL'-rLil'\lilll'ott'S.___ __.____\ __ .f

shall have no record to be ashamedof. associations 238: for weekly papers which! Is possessed by a man who will continue to be the rendering to thanks to my friends and the voters i

Again, thanking you all for the and 2,158 for delegates and alternates points out the sliver lining In the cloud the people of the very best service generally for the support given Sarcastt RetortTVaiterWere bellsir '.;
kindness shown me at the election The remainder will be in and then borrows Trig rinsing the
J boxes and your umbrella before within my power. I appreciate me at the recent primary. I
very assure waitBH .
remain, sincerely your servant balconies. It starts to rain ? Customer IUft"r long ,<
< my son.-Cincln' deeply the assistance of friends in all that my feelings towards I
my toIling
B. M. flat Enquirer. you are Ing it! Great Scott. n-: I was f
Dowling.C.
the campaign and am sincerely thankful only of the best and are the same they It-I thought you v ere ad-Evel'1'! -

R. Sapp of Lawtey, was a busi ST. LOUIS June 13.-For Presi- for all support accorded me. With would have been had I been honored body's. > i
good will to all, I shall endeavor with the nomination. (.
ne.=visitor to Starke Tuesday.J. dent. Woodrow Wilson of New Jersey to --
for Vice President Thomas Keep Sunny. express my appreciation in faithful M. 1!. GRIFFIS. uuuiised evil. It- Y
Riley is
Hardship not au
F. Colley was in Gainesville on Marshall of Indiana. This will un Store the a little sunshine In your heartand service for the people of my beloved Is the native !: ilt manhood and NIl H
business Wednesday. gray days will be easier.-Co- state who have so
signally
doubtedly be the ticket honored '1
i named at the tun:bit E.ate. me. PARK Mosquito canopies and netting J. F. Yellanre.- Jolin NV tRead H
TRAMMELL. 'Kickliter. .
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ADJUDGED INSANE.W. DEATH OF MRS. STAXSBERRY. RAILROADERS VISIT STARKE i 11 i


1BitsofLoca1'/ [I At the ChurchesST. ] H. Bailey-, of Graham, aged 76 Early Wednesday morning, June Party Here to-Investigate l' Bus 1 '

years and a Confederate veteran, was 14th, Mrs Josephine Stansberry, wife 1

1 II before County Judge Geo. A. Gardiner of )Ir. B. A. Stansberry, breathed her iness Outlook. .'

MARK'S. Thursday to be examined for lunacy.Mr. last at her home just east of the Seaboard -

II II Information Next Sunday-Services at night, Bailey has a wife and two grown tracks, opposite the A. A. Johns
Last Friday two t uck automobiles
.7:30. children; the children are away from place, in the southern portion of :
Seaboard
C..urtaW O.r p mt.. l.1b1u. of I home and his wife, herself aged, could Starke. The cause of her death was containing important dail-
I r..I1UI"' ... c..." eM r.... BAPTIST. not take care of him, although he was a particularly virulent cancer in the way officials, were in, Starke. They -
I I Division Superintendent J. W. ,
not violent. were,
t left side of her face. -
j fi Regular services at the First Bap- Drs. Campbell and Tomlinson and The deceased was born in Indiana, Parsons, the division ',freight agent, J ,

tist church morning and evening next Deputy Sheriff Cameron were the June 20, 1851, her maiden name being division passenger ag *nt, the travel- r,

t A. Rosenberg, of Lawtey, was in Mrs. J. C. Wills, Miss Anita Wills, Sunday, to which the public is cordially commissioners appointed by the judge Josephine Bloomel. After having been ing freight agent, traveling passenger f

} town Tuesday.L Mrs. E. W. Harris and little son, of invited. for examining Bailey. He was found I twice widow, she was married to agent and division rr ineer. Bruce ,!
Jacksonville insane his mind been affectedby Davis, son of W. Eliery Davis, of Of
having
? left Sunday for Philadel- Mr. Stansberry in Oklahoma 25 years
F.Turner went on a trip to Jack phia, where they go to visit Mrs. Wills MRS. WALL ENTERTAINS U. D. C. a stroke of paralysis, and he will ago. Five years ago an incipient cancer Starke, stenographer far Mr. Parsons, t.

= sonville Tuesday daughter, Mrs. E. II. Smith. be taken to the asylum for the insaneat started in her face and the progress was one of the party. t

1 The United Daughters of the Con- Chattahoochee.This of the terrible disease was steady The railway men al.4' traveled over ..

i Mr. 0. W. White was a visitor to Prof. E. R. Poppell, of Lake But-, federacy met Wednesday afternoon, at is a sad ending of a long and and malignant. They moved to Florida the Wannee bran. h. *Their journey

ti Lawtey yesterday.Justice ler, nominee for county superintendent three-thirty, with Mrs. W. L. Wall, at useful life, and the many friends of a few years ago and bought their was one of inspection tracks and

was a visitor in Starke duringthe her home on Cherry street. Mr. Bailey and his family deeply sympathize present home eleven months ago. During other railway property: outlook of
3t f B. L. Blanchard, of Lawtey, week. Mr. Poppell will shortlymove Owing to the absence of the president with them. this time the deceased was helpless business for the road ;?nd to find, out

was; in town Monday.Jay with his family to Starke. the vice president, Mrs. J. P. from her disease, but had tender how, by helping the people; along the
routes, the railway rniifht increase its
Tomlinson, presided over the meeting. L.\WTEY HALF HOLIDAYS.We care of the family and friends who
Alderman spent Sunday with The friends here of Mrs. A. Price After the business of the Chapter had pitied her sad condition, and only business. It is hoped hat: some good

I relatives in Lake Butler. will regret very much to hear that she been transacted, Mrs. Wall assistedby the undersigned, agree to close through wonderful Christian faith and may accrue to this section from the
visit of the railway mvn.:
is suffering from a serious attack of Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Mrs. R. A. our places of business every Thurs- patience could she have sustained her .--

Mr. Robert Gray of Gainesville, was neuritis. Mrs. Price is at the homeof Weeks, served delicious cream and day afternoon at 1 o'clock, until Friday pains, knowing, as she did, that there -,

i a visitor to Starke Sunday.Mr. her son, Mr. B. 0. Price, Kingston, cake, and the guests enjoyed a social morning, during June, July and was no help for her and her lease of Substitute for emonL
Some
Penn. life her endurance.She years ago my;uncle, a physician
half hour with their delightful hostess. August. depended only on
I Marcus Brown, of Lawtey, was. Lawtey State Bank. leaves to mourn her loss and in a small town received a call

J a visitor to Starke Monday.Mrs. :Miss: Aileen Brown, who has been MRS. STUMP ENTERTAINS THE Thede-.Moore Co. bless her memory, her husband and to the country and asked me to accompany

visiting :Mrs.: A. Z. Adkins, has goneto LADIES AID W. E. Torode. one son by her last marriage, Mr. B. The him, writes aj correspondent.
J. F. Canova was in Jacksonville Lawtey to spend a week with her J. C. Cone. F. Stansberry.The patient was the Mfe of a very
liven
(
miserly man who in the back-
': Monday, visiting her son. aunt, Mrs. M. E. Edwards, after which Louis H. Hill. funeral took place Wednesday,
'. The Ladies Aid of the woods. My uncle advised the hus .
she will return to her home in Beau- Presbyterian 0. L. Thomas. Rev. J. A. Hendry, of the First Methodist -
J Mrs. J. T. Wills, Sr., of Gainesville, fort, S. C. Church met last Tuesday afternoon Bradford Trading Co. church, officiating. The intermentwas band to give his wife good, wholesome l'
with Mrs. F. F. Stump fourteen members food and to purchase s lme lemons for
has been in Starke during the week. P. L. Dinkins. at the McRae cemetery. her. '
The husband:: ald: "Won'tpickles
being
Mrs. Dolton Carter, of the Lawtey present.As Jackson & Godwin.E. *
Sarah Adkins of Lake Butler section in Starke June is the month for the annual SWEET CORN IN PLENTY do just as well I have pickles
Mrs. was Wednesday, accompanied ,E. Burney.C. '
is visiting her son, Col. A. Z. Adkins.Mr. by her two little boys, election of officers, this business was V. I. Market.GOODWINE. I as sour as any lemon.
twins 6 months old. The babies in order. Upon motion of Mrs. J. M.
weigh
Truby it was voted to re-elect all the Some time ago it looked as though + .+ + + + + + + t + + + + +
r.ndIrs.. B. P. Smith, of Daytona 17 pounds each and are fine, healthy IX TROUBLE ,
there would be little or no sweet corn + +
relatives in Starke. present officers, viz: Mrs. H. G. Den-
, are visiting youngsters ison, president; Mrs. R. S. Fernandez, produced in this section this season. + SEABOARD TIME TABLE. +
A. Goodwine known for But not only have the open express I I+ +
1
,'icepresidentIrs.. T. P. Wall, secretary a negro pug- -
;
Mr. E. S. Matthews and family T. P. Ward, one of the Seaboard'smachinists
and Mrs. N. B. Hull, treasurer.At nacious tendencies, had been in Tam- shipments been very heavy of late, + New time table takes effect +
the Kingsley lake colony. who had been with his
have joined II excursion and returned Tues- but enough was gathered together by ,+ 12:01 28 '16. +
j the close of the business session, pa on an a. m., Sunday, lay ,
family at Brooker for short time {
I a Mrs. Stump treated her guests to ice day evening drunk. A colored lad, J. M. Truby to fill a refrigerator car + Trains will arrive in Starke as +
x Blitch of Tallahassee passed through Starke ",
N. A.
Wednesday
,
Hon. on
and cake. After pleasant Jesse Colbert, for some reason did not with, and the car was sent on its way + follows: +
cream a
in Starke Friday, visiting rela- his way to Ways Station, Ga., to erecta
was
social half-hour the meeting adjournedto find favor in Goodwine's eyes, and the to New York Saturday. Mr. Truby + : +

, tives. pumping plant. meet in September with Mrs. J. M. latter picked up a pine root and sent off two carloads Wednesday. + Jacksonville to Tampa +

Mitchell.. whacked the boy over the back of the Besides the quantities sent away a I No.1 ........._.. 11:14 p. m. +
D. Andrews nominee for Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr. left Wednesday
Hon. A. head until the victim lay unconsciousfor great deal of sweet corn is being sold I No. 3 .____ ,10:40 a.m. +
State Senator, was a visitor to Starke for Hendersonville, N. C., I some time. in the local market and used by the : + No. 9 ._ 2:52 p. m. +

Tuesday. where she will spend the summer. She CREWS-MALPHURS. A warrant was sworn out against growers themselves. The showers we + -, +
will take and have her children I
I a cottage -- Goodwine, and he was arrested by have had of late quickly repaired what + Jacksonville to Cedar Key +
Miss Hilda Lewis, of Jasper, is in with her as soon as arrangements Miss Robert L. Crews and Miss Deputy M. Cameron. He was arraigned damage the long drouth may have + No. 15 _, 5:04 p. m. *
Starke visiting her sister, Mrs. J. C. for housekeeping can be made. Annie Malphurs were married by before Judge Gardiner Wednesdayand done. 0 + ; + .

Robinson.Mr. Judge Wm. F. Malphurs at his resi- was bound over to the fall term + Tampa te Jacksonville +

:Mrs.: J. P. Bennett, of :Miami: is in dence on Thompson street, Sunday afternoon of the circuit court on a charge of BRADFORD MEN ELECTED. + No. 2 ____________.; 4:54 a. m. +
W. D. Carlton and family, of Starke on a visit to relatives and at 2 o'clock in the
: presenceof assault with intent to murder, the + No. 4 3:42: p. m. +
Plant City, are visiting relatives in friends, who are glad to greet her. a number of relatives and friends. bond being $.>00. Several Bradford county men, now + No. 10 (Limited)._. 5:54: p. m. +
this section. While here :Mrs.: Bennett will have The ,groom: a son ofIr.. F.1.. residents of other counties, were nominated + -- +

some improvement done to her prop- Crews, of Highland, is a young/ man Mayor C. F. Hoover and his sons, for positions of honor-and trustat + Cedar Key to Jacksonville +
Miss Bessie Tribble, of Lake City, erties on South Walnut and Thompson of high character, much respected and Cyrus and Don, spent Thursday on the late primary election.B. + No. 14 _*.- 9:27a.m. +

spent several days last week with Miss street liked by all who know him. He is a Rowell canal fishing./ It was too D. fliers, born and reared in the + --- *

Emma Darby. farmer by occupation, hard workingand I windy to make fishing good, but the 'Worthington Springs section, was + Wannee Trains +
W. II. Green, who lives on the J. T. provided a comfortable home for fresh air they caught was declared 1 hy elected county judge of Alachua coun- + (Daily Except Sunday) t

Mrs. C. A. Knight is at Boston, Ga., Reaves place south of town, rejoicesin his bride. The bride, a daughter of the party as unsurpassed in quality ty. Both Mr. and Mrs. Hiers have + No. 101 Leaves Starle 6:45 a. m. +

visiting her former school mate, Miss the possession of a colt, which, although Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Malphurs:: of the as well as quantity. relatives and friends in the county + No. 104 arrives Starxe 2:45 p. m. +

Della Royal.L only 25 months old, weighs 900 Brooker section, and a niece of Judge! who will be pleased to know of his + T. J. GRIFFIN, Agent. +

pounds. The colt's mother was boughtout Wm. F. Malphurs, of this city, is a LAKE KIXGSLEY IMPROYEMEXT election, and who feel sure that he + +

C. Ray, cashier of the Bank of of a drove of Western horses very accomplished and popular young will wear the honors and perform the + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
Dunedin, was the guest of relatives about 26 months ago. lady. All those who knew the young duties of his office worthily.J. .

here during the week. couple agree that the match is an excellent Among the more recent improve- R. Kelley was re-elected county N1N/NNN.NN.N/N
Friends of County Judge J. R. Kelly one and their many friends ments to the property of Starke peo- judge of Madison county over two ii

Miss' Susie Darby has gone to l of Madison, are rejoicing over the wish them joy and success during life. ple on beautiful Lake Kingsley, are opponents. Judge Kelley is a son of. : Sanitary Market a x
Gainesville to attend the University news of his nomination to succeed Mr. and Mrs. Crews will make their two bath houses, both completed this Mr. G. E. Kelley, county surveyor of i
Training School for teachers.Mr. himself. Judge Kelly is a Bradford future home at Highland. week. One built by J. F. Kickliter i ia is this county, and his relatives and i W. R. StricklandJ 1 rt

boy: a son of Mr. Geo. E. Kelly, county commodious two-room structure, friends in the county are greatly :
Fresh Meats Hams
and Mrs. John Holton left Monday : surveyor. Judge Kelly was here having a pier running out to deep water pleased to know that he has done so Sausage,

for Tampa, where they will spenda the: first of the week visiting rela- BIRTHDAY PARTY. and the other, built by J. W. :Morgan : well as county judge that he won a 2 and Fish. i '

few days visiting relatives.Mr. tives. is a combination boat and bathhouse signal victory in his race for re-elec-
Last Saturday afternoon from fourto of unique design, and having a I Highest Price Paid for Poul- i

L. C. Ray, of Dunedin, is in Mr. D. P. Mitchell and family have six, Eugene Liddon Matthews celebrated short pier for the convenience of the tion.Pete Hagan, a former resident of : try and Eggs. tf

town the guest of his mother, Mrs.C. 'moved into their new residence on his seventh birthday at the bathers. the Theressa section, was nominatedfor

P. Ray, and other relatives. West Call street. It has been built home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. sheriff of Putnam county. He has Ohe/loor eas: of C A.\Dur- \:\
J. R. Tison in tasteful Matthews West Madison stsreet. MRS. WALDRUP IN STARKEMrs.
by a style and on many friends in this county who remember -
Mr. Jack Jones, of Cedar Keys, wasa convenient arrangement. Mr. Tison The young host was the recipientof him kindly and will rejoice .. ling, Ninth St., Starke. i

guest at the home of his mother, has also erected a garage and other many useful and pretty gifts from T. E. Waldrup, demonstratorof with him in his victory.J. ...11N......N<..N111.*. .
Mrs. Amanda Jones, last Sunday. buildings and fences for Mr. R. S. the large number of guests attendingthis domestic science, held appreciated Hampton Jones, a former resi- t

Humphrey, whose place joins :Mr.: happy affair. The little people demonstrations at Boatdrain school dent of Starke, was defeated in his

Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Petit and Mrs. Mitchell's on the west. thoroughly enjoyed out-door games, house the first of the week. Among race for representative from Nassau IF YOU ARE ILL
Thelma of Alachua, were after which they were served with a other things she showed the superiority county.

guests of relatives in Starke Sunday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Farmer and lit- delicious ice course. Mrs. Matthewswas of the "Queen" fruit jar above M. W. Griffis, for a number of years THIS II for TOU' Fcr early: twenty
tle daughter, Norma, were in Starke assisted in serving by Mrs. Robinson others and recommends that they be clerk of the court of Clay county, was rears 1 have been rievoiing! my time 4 b
A. E. Moitt returned home the first of the week. Mr. Farmer, Misses Anna Canova, Florence used for preserves exclusively.Mrs. defeated for re-nomination. end Chronic energy I>!'sras to
Tuesday after a few days' visit with though now a prominent real estate Matthews and Dorothy Edwards. Waldrup is in Starke making Senator W.1.. Igou, in whom a Inchidln' 'Nervoin.rioid ,
end l' ln ['11.
her daughter in Hampton, Mrs. P. E. I and insurance man of St. Petersburg, The invited guests were Russell arrangements for a series of lectures large number of Bradford county people HI'S '" oral: < D1:10 ,'-'.!-

Johns. was reared in Starke and was once one Daniel Dave Mitchell, Lucile Mitchell, and demonstrations in Starke to take feel a very friendly interest, was and XiiX-s-'URfSirAk;*;... CnnsfTvatlve -

of the proprietors of the Telegraph.Mrs. Merrill McMillan. Louise Peek. Flor. place June 21, 22 and 23. renominated for state senator from s treatment of a'1 Rectal

Mr. and Mrs. Boozer, of Lake City, Farmer was also reared in Starke ence Andrews, Julia Canova, Eliza- Lake county, defeating his opponentby -ju.t and IMvIc'ucl DI..n dl'I.el

were guests at the home of Mr. and Their friends, who had not seen themin beth Andrews, Kenneth Register, Leila a vote of two to one. U }our Tamil v doctor. q
+
++.++ 11111111111111 ++++ donut 'are to treat.I
Mrs. A. M. Darby, during the past fourteen years, were very /glad to Dea Andrews, Ruby Davis, Lucile + + hose ttrrn auceeeearkaenalle -
f'l. .n i I. rtiijenrrd by
vreek. greet them. Mr. Farmer and family Moore, Gussie May Bennett, Annie + CHURCHES.BAPTISTRev. Whenever You Need a General Tonic: J Ire\ fart that I have
left Thursday for Asheville, N. C. Belle Turner. Charles Lucian Kick- Take Grove'sThe dare llffill. brrn In Jirkonilllerontlnnotiriy
+ + ulnre 190. ...k any ('ltyOm.'la'
Miss Susie Darby has gone to liter, H. C. Waters, Jr., James William Old Standard Grove's Tasteless i Clergymen or reliable biit.1nrM -
+
Gainesville to attend the teachers'training I ATTENTION VETERANS.The Brownlee, Harriet Ritch, Allan W. G. Law. chill Tonic is equally valuable as a man, ;your friend or ;your neirii-
school at the University of Long, Carlyle Ritch, Charles Marks, + Sunday school, 9:45 A. M. + General Tonic because it contains the bor.If you appreciate such aklll r> !
Florida. Laurie Tomlinson Don Hoover, J. G. + Morning service, 11:00; Sun- + well known tonic propertiesef QUININE have to offer.' I wI I bo glad to have
consu't! me free, either la person
members of J. J. Dickison Camp Alvarez, Dorothy Edwards, Ruffin Edwards + day 7:30 P. M. Visitors cor- + and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives OT you by; malL .
No. 1617 will meet at the court housein + dially invited to attend. + out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and '
Mrs. S. F. Morgan, Mrs. F. C. Mary Canova, William Edwards -)' + Builds the Whole System. 1C cents .Geo. L. Dlckerson
Haislop and Miss Kate Haislop left Starke, at 10 a. m., Wednesday, Mary Ella Edwards, Lois Col up 111 W. Fonytn At", Op'"' JJeard Baak.
Monday for Tampa, where they will June 28th for the transaction of busi- ley, Lester Price Robinson Ruth + CHRISTIAN H. Coleman, + Read the Telegrap$1.50 a year. MCKSOJfVILI-E. l'LORIDA.
visit relatives.Mr. ness of importance. All who can are Sternburg, Virginia Weeks + minister. Preaching the first +
/ Sammy ___ __ __ __ ___ ,
cordially asked to be present.W Sternberg, Louise Stewart, Francis + and third Sundays in each T h

Henry Freeman, who taughtthe .T. WEEKS, Colley, Isla Poppell, Ruth Poppell, + month. Forenoon sermon at 11 # K

past term in Plant City, is in town Captain Commander. Owen Griffin, Fanny Darby and Elice + and evening sermon at 7:30. +
,visiting his parents, Dr. and Mrs.A. Jones. + Church board meeting the first +

H. Freeman. During the week sewer pipes have + Sunday in each month. Loyal +

been laid on parts of Orange, Wynn UNION SERVICES.The + Daughters meet every Friday + Certificates of DepositAvailable
Mr. Jos. E. Wilson of the Bradford Broadway Call, Walnut and Tenth + afternoon at 4 o'clock. Ladies +

County Abstract Co., is visiting Pen- streets. Thursday morning just two + Aid Society meets the first Fri- +

sacola and New Orleans this week in miles of trenches had been completed Presbyterian and Methodist + day in each month at 3:30 p. m. + for any amount from $1.00 up, Certificatesof

the interest of his company. since the work began, May 23rd. congregations united last Sunday + Sunday school every Sundayat +
evening at the Presbyterian church, + 10 a. m. Everybody welcomeat + Deposit offer safe profitable employmentfor
:
Mrs. 0. J. Griffin and children, Ethel Owing to the large number of young I Rev. J. A. Hendry occupying the pulpit + these services.EPISCOPALRev. + ,

and Owen, went to Jacksonville last ladies and gentlemen taking the teach- I and preaching/ on the subject of + both large and small sums.

Saturday, and while there will be the er's examination, and the rather rigid the coldness and indifference to the + A. Osmond f
j
guests of Mrs. W. J. Griffin. I requirements, the examination is not church. + Worthing, priest in charge. +

yet over, and well not be able to The sermon was calculated to start + Sunday school, 9:30 a m. Morn- + II Issued for as short a period as three months they'I
)Ir. and Mrs. R. S. Humphrey, Miss I /give the names of the successful ore to thinking, as some surprising f ing prayer and sermon, 11:00 +

Fannie made Wynn an and automobile Mr. Freeman tour during Register I aminees before next week. eX-I I I statements stated that were in former made.days Mr.some Hendry people + o'clock. Evening prayer and + are especially attractive to individuals! who

the week were charged with having "zeal + sermon, 7:00 o'clock. Choir re- + '
to Ocala 'I have iWe.I
and Williston. I funds whicih are only temporarily .
$100 Reward M. +
$100The without knowledge, but now they + hersal, Saturday, 3:30 P.

J. S. Mercer, one of Starke's far- readers of this paper will be have knowledge without zeal; that the + + lc I
pleased to learn
mers, is to the front with early cotton one dreaded disease that that there science is at least has' over-organization of the forces of the + METHODIST-Rev. John A. + The Bank of Starke's Certificates of Deposit are excellent

bloom. lIe brought a full blown that been is able catarrh.to cure Catarrh in all its being stages and church was a perplexing problem anda + Hendry, pastor. Sunday schoolat + I

bloom to the Telegraph office on Juno Influenced by constitutional condition's greatly spiritual drawback: that it cost + 9:45 A. M. Morning ser- I as investments which combine absolute
10th. requires constitutional trtatment. about eight times as much money to + .
Hall's Catarrh Cur is taken internally + vice, 11:00: o'clock; evening .
and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous gain a convert or church member in + service, 7:30 o'clock.vPRESBYTERIANRev. I safety with fair returns and quick convertibility
Miss May Peek has returned to her Surfaces of the System thereby destroying this country as it costs in foreign/ + ._
home at Daytona the foundation of the disease countries; that the hope of the churchis + \\T
Beach.
Margaret giving the patient strength by building + H. G. + I t 1
Long, Hamilton and Harriet Ritch up the constitution and assisting nature to go back to simple faithprayerand (
accompanied In doing its work. The proprietors earnest Christ-like work. + Dennison, Pastor. Sunday + X9 a

i?i- visit Miss Peek for a lengthy powers have of so Hall's much faith Catarrh in the Cure{curative that Rpv. H. G. Denison will preach next + school at 9:45 A. M. Preach- Bank of Starke

they offer One Hundred Dollars for any Sunday evening at the Methodist., + ing services at regular hours. +
case that it
falls to Send for
cure. list
_CoL D. E. Knight of testimonials. church. Subject "Apostolic Succes + Morning service at 11 A. }I.; + Ii
motor was a professional Addreaa- J. rilKXET CO". Toledo. sion." + Evening service, 7. Visitors +
to Gainesville Monday. From Ohio. Sold by all Druggists 75e. :
+ cordially invited to worship + Florida
there Starke
'I he. went to Tallahassee to meet + I :-:

1rith the pardoning board, returning No. 666 will cure Chills and Fever.It Queen Fruit Jars best of all, recommended + with us. '
home Tuesday night I is the by Mrs. Waldrup at J. F +
ii?: most speedy remedy we know. Kickliter's 6-16-21; +++++ 111111 Mi HIM +**+* )C



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I COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. fRID
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I PAGE SIX _ _ _- JUNE; 16, 1916.


i I LAKE COUNTY BANKERS. | COMMISSIONERS MUST IMPROVE PEAT DEPOSITS OF FLORIDA MEXICANS AND AMERICANSARE -j- --..:::::::

r III COMPLETE LIST CONDITION OF CONVICT CAMP MORE FRIENDLY --

indicate JACKSONVILLE, FLA.-The discovery Good Looks are .
Lake
from
Reports county (Continued From Page 1.) Continued From Easy
in Florida of millions of acres ( Page 3.;
who
that her bankers are of the type
! -- of peat of commercial value and the with
I OFLEGISLA1URENOWCOMPILED make their own business grow by
year, 1917, to provide in said budget a opportunity of utilizing it as fuel andas the border by news from Mexico City
the community.The
helping to developing Associa- reasonable amount to aid said county one of the basic ingredients of commercial that Emiliano Zapata and his forcesare

: Lake CountyBankers fair association.The fertilizer was told to a bodyof pressing their attacks hard againstthe MagnoliaBalm.
,1 tion, formed last week has two pur-
following bills were approvedand Jacksonville business men a fewa's Mexican capital. These reports

,1 general poses-to farming educate, and the live people stock as raising to- scrip ordered Pauper Allowance drawn for same. ago by Robert Ransom of St. .'. were followed by confidential orders I j

and to finance operations in these Mary Ward _________________________ *.22 Augustine, who has spent considerable to generals commanding Carranza i .
i Martha Gatlin _______________________ 3.00 time in his researches in this State. i i, forces to hold themselves in readiness I
LARGE NUMBER OF ITS field; Nancy Conner __________________. _____ 4.00[! Look as good M
For the educational campaign/ the Mary Hrooks _______________________ :!."* The fact that peat is a valuable fuel ; to sand south any troops they can, matter if do Tan your city coUliui.;_ N.
r MEMBERS SERVED BEFORE. Vimy Dyes ________________________ ;.'" and fertilizer agency, was more or less s-pare if called upon to do so. | you or Freckle Mop
bankers assessed themselves! a goodlysum Ervin Higginbotham __________________ ;'."" I Balm will surely clear your skin j .
I which they propose to expend in I..hn McLennon ______________________ ;fl.00Mrs. startling to the men who heard of Mr. I It is thought that the sudden daringof Heals Sunburn too. Just put "'*'
Breeze _________________________ -"" Ransom's discoveries, and it is prob- the Zapatistas in menacing Mexico your face and n-b it off little 0 .
Sixteen New Men Will Sit in Senate telling the people why Lake county is Amanda Thomas _____________________ :;:."" I Simple and again before di
a good farming and live stock sect- I.ee Crosby __________________________ IM'Kmi'line able that an organization to handle City may eventually result in the sure to please. Try'boule
-Two Elected and 14 Hold tion how it be made Criffia _____________________ 3- this natural prcduct commercially withdrawal of many :Mexican troops to-day and begin the rnprovelllelll.!
.. and may a greater __ __ __________ Whit Pink
On-rs-li: Hou-e Caroline GrifTis __ __ ___ 3.00 result from the gathering. Peat now engaged in the pursuit of outlawsin once. and FWe.Rd
producer of grains grasses and forage MB. D. M. McKnight: ________________ 3.00G. may 75 cents at Druggisls Cota
as well as of cattle, hogs J. Campbell ___________________-__ 3-ofl fields are found, notably in Duval the north. In this event the de or by aijl dirII\
I crops Banner Dyal _______________________ 5.00 county, where there are millions of j facto government would probably ;
The membership roll of the nextLepilature and sheep.This Sallie! Starling _____________ ______-_-' 3.00 recognize SAMPLE FREEi
campaign will be briefly conducted Wade Mck'Hight ___________________ :3.')') acres of this valuable fuel. j the value of having Americanforces
complete except two Lizzie Willis _________________________ 2.00 The possibilities of using peat in the patrol bandit-ridden regions. LYON MFG. CO.. 40 So.5th St.B"'n.l.t'
counties which have not been heaul in the newspapers of Lake Rufus Jackson _______________________ 3.00 I I --
frum'show. county in the form of paid advertis- Mrs. N. De...mans _________________ 5.00 manufacture of fertilizer was stressed! Therefore it i.: believed that the Mexican ,H

that this assembly will be ing. The is innova- Martha Riggs ________________________ 2.50 by the speaker. Fertilizer is composedof I foreign department for the presIfOnt -
one of the most experienced that will plan a pleasing Susan Kelley _______________________ ln three basic elements ammonia will -
have convened Tallahassee. tion in that it recognizes that newspaper Wm. Lang __________________________ 3.00 conveniently neglect to press THE aORIDAMETA1PROUCT
ever at men have to live and does not I.. I.. Hal No less than C4 of its members, including Rachel Stokes ________________________ 2.'' three times as strong as ammonia"- the by Fen. Carranza. Not MANUF'ACTURE
the 14 holdover; Senators, ask them to bear all the burden of a Joseph Bryant ___________.__________ 2.00' only -
movement which will benefit all lines. 'zzie Hunter ______-________________ 3.00. speaker explained, and is much cheap I neglect the matter, but the Mexican |
have had previous experience. Thereare the \v. J. Glisson _______________________ 3.00' er to obtain. As a fuel it has eight- I minister in Washington has secretly! PETAL
business. The editors
of mat I
18 new members of the Senate and Rachel Taylor _______________________ 2.00
bankers half-way by taking the advertising Elizabeth) Hunter 2.00 tenths the heating value of coal and asked Secretary Lansing to defer answering CEILINGSCUIYERTS.SHINGUS
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1C who served in the last House were for cent less than Florence Holton ______________________ 3.00J. twice that of gas. I the Carranza note as long as
returned. fifty per C. Hox\: __-________________________ 3.00 I I of Florida
The the the lowest space rates. John Wright ________________________ 2.00 Samples peat were shown possible. The note was really intend-I i
Metropolis today presents Each paper in the county will carryan Warren Hersey ______________________ 3.00. in comparison with samples from other ed for home consumption only; Car- A ID OTHER
first compilation of memhers of the Mrs. E. C. Crews' and daughter ______ 5./ 0 I j' peat fields in this and other I
next Legislature that has yet been ad each week during the next year.The Pock W.HM ________________-________.. r.OOJ I' country ranza was required to defy the grin- SHEET METAL
hankers state that as interest is Thomas Oval ______________-______-__ 4.00 countries. The marked difference in goes and he has done it and the '
published or assembled in the State: :Martha WH.ersun: __________ .______-__ 3.00'! favor of the Florida product was that are satisfied. If the American I BUILDING
House of Representatives, 1917. aroused and farmers get ready to buy AtfiScott __-_____- _-____-__ ___ __ 200 1! greasers -
improved breeding stock, silos, dipping I-aac C'ark _- ______________-__--___--__ 2.00 ;| it closely resembled coal, though was troops should show signs of withdrawing MATERIAL
.. Alachua Chritopher:; Matheson, vats the institutions joiningin Leonanl Altman _. ___' ________________ 2.00 slightly lighter in weight, while that Carranza would invent some WRITE TODAY AND SPEC AI,
Frank Clark, Jr., both of Gainesville. etc Newmans Children ____________________ 4.00Mrs. I from other rORCATALOGvt)
the effort will finance the ___ sections more nearly resembled sort of an excuse to delay their de QUOTATION
Baker-C. F. Barber. operations : 1'cUr rarnu-nter _-_________ 3.00 JACKSONVILLE . ...
on an equitable basis. In other :MrI!' E Jones burial lot for A. J.BraiJen I slabs of cork. parture. The American occupationturns .ft4
Bay-A. D. Weller, of Panama City pauper l __________-________. 5.00 Operations which would have devel- out be in
to
Bradford A. S. Crews Starke W. wordit is proposed to loan moneyto I a blessing disguisefor + + + + + + + + + + + + + + "

; farmers of good] character and habits T.-tal -._ _-'. ._ ._---______-_________ 150.00; oped greatly this industry in Florida the de facto chief. + 'tt
;. Seals
f
Hampton. on blooded live stock and; farmipiprovements. General Fund had been started but a short time be- Those who delight in frightening +
IJrevard-John B. Rhodes ( ? ) .1. I.. I'nderhill 1 nay board and mileage: 4. .0 fore the beginning of the
themselves!
Broward-\V. M. Marshall, Ft. Lau- : S. T. Dowlinir ln ___-______-_________ 6.20 European with spectres of a Japanese -
Lake county already i i. famous as .\. It. Williavs do __________-_________ 10.20 war by an English syndicate. This invasion. can find a titbit in the FOR SALE :
tiE rdale. D. E. Knight co atty ______________-_ 4.17 syndicate purchased in 1912 about following: + F;
the home natal which makes
of
Calhoun- grass, Dr. J. I'. Tomlinxm co physician) ______ 4.17F. +
Citrus-J. X. Barnes. fine hay. It is said that the countynow I.. Williams janitor ____-_________ 15.00 2000 acres of peat land containing the LAREDO, Texas, June 12.-George +
S. U. Denmark services ct l"t. sums equivalent of about 4,000,000 tons of Conover, American cowboy
captured
: Clay-J. Slater Smith Green Cove has more than nine thousand jury etc -----______-______-________. 19i.'iOCharll'y the mined + 40 acres on Lawtey and Lake .
Springs. acres sown to this gras Greater Smith bailiff ct ct __-_________ :!.511' product. Just before the by American bandits yesterdaywhen + Butler road. 3 miles
fame should come to Lake county because J. L. I'eek 2 days stenographic work war began the construction of a plantto he and Arthur ')Ie 'ers trailed west of *
Columbia-W. J. Roebuck, Lake ct ct __ ______ _________ 10.00 + Lawtey. #
----------- cost $400,000 for the of the marauders who raided the T. A.
of the and recovery
progressive spirit
._ City; A. G. Withee, Watertown. W. T. Weeks clerk. raid express, postage + 25
sane activities of her bankers. It will etc -----______-________________ 68.00 ammonia from peat was started on Coleman ranch at San Samuel, arrivedIn acres :;n Lawtey wid Highland f
; Dade-John. Watson, Miami. :M. Cameron ________ + road, National H ghwI1." *
he if other Florida :5 days bailiff ct ct 6.25 this property. Operations were suspended Laredo late last night, having escaped -
DeSoto-W. C. Langford, Arcadia. surprising communities C. .\. Knight supr registration _______. 10.40 + One-half mile north of 4
Duval-Telfair Stockton, Marion B. fail to promptly follow the J. B. Sapp a days bailiff ct ct ________ 6.5: in August, 1914, and have never from the Mexicans. depot
lead of Lake in the s. B. Denmark cost states F. N. Andrews been resumed. ,He said the band which sought tor. + $600 cash or terms. #

Jennings, both of Jacksonville. county organization ---___________________________ 5.30 Florida's fields + 20 acres 0:1 Lawtey and High-
close
lie .
peat to the tle 80 horses the border
Escambia-James M. Johnson, Pen- of their bankers to promote the T. N. Kendrick 2 days haililT ct ct __ 2.50 across ,
'. sacola live stock industry.-Times Union. B. :11. .Dow-line! com as tax_coil ________ 486.83 surface of the earth and the cost of was composed of five Mexicans and + land road, "National Highway." *
; M. 0. Baggett, Me David. .1. 1). C.'s 1 day with bd Dad + One mile north of
mileage 6.40 mining will be negligible as comparedwith two Japanese. The Japanese, he said Lawtey. About #
Franklin-E. R. L. Moore, ( ?) H. Austin 5 days bailiff ct ct ________ 6.25 +
Gadsden-S. H. Strum, GreenesboroAlex District 17-J. B. Johnson, Live Oak, Starke Telephone Co.. phones ______._ 3.50 the cost of bringing coal to the later were captured by the de facto six acres cleared.: $600 cash 6rt
(Suwannee), succeeds himself. I). W. I'mhoUter 1 dav bd and mileai 7.10 surface. government troops. He and Meyers + terms #
McPherson, Quincy. City Light Plant \lights ______________ 18.97A. I + L. H. HILL
District IS Ion L. Farris Jacksonville follow the I
attempted to
Hamilton W. M. Webb Bakers H. Williams 1 day looking after voting party making
(Duval). places -______________-_________ 2.00D. THREE NEW COIXS WILL BRING away with the horses and cause the + Lawtey Florida. #
Mill; C. A. Stephens, Jasper. W. I'mhoUter do __________________ 2.00' + *
Hernando-M. L. Dawson Brooks- District 15-Geo. W. Crawford, Conway OUT DEFENSE SPIRIT I animals to stampede, but they were.

ville, re-elected. (Orange, Seminole and Osceola). Total ------- _____- ----------_______886.59 captured. Conover said he was treat- I + *
*District 20-Glenn Terrell, Bush- Road and Bride Fund ed well by the Mexicans, but the two + + + + + + 10 + + + + + + ff11GEN.
Hillsborough-George H. Wilder, J. H. Wainrgiht lumber and nails ____ 64.81 WASHINGTON, D. C.Preparedness -
Plant Dr. nell, (:Marion and Sumter). :M. J. Markham build ntr 2 bridges ____ 4.00 Japanese bandits wanted to hang him.
City A. C. Hamlin coins
the
; Tampa. A. D. Andrew Mere. Co. nails ________ first ever struck, will
District 21-Dr. J. W. Turner, Bron- 2.is The bandits left him and Meyers at
Holmes-C. R. Mathis, Bonifay. J. It Yarnes repairing bridges and lumber go into circulation in the United '

Jackson-Amos E. Lewis, Marianna son (Levy county) ---------- _____-______-_________ 7.30 I States shortly after July 1. Secretary a secluded place and told the Americans GRANT SAID
*District 22: -J. R. :McEachern, J. W. Andrews: & Son. inst on scrip -? 33.96 to await their return. The Americans .
; Dr. E. Harris. :M. A. Weeks repairing bridge _____X. 2.00 McAdoo announced the forthcoming .
Jefferson-B. J. Hamrick, :\(onticel10 :Monticello, (Jefferson). A. H. Williams 2 days int-p bridges __ 4.00V. advent of the new coins, saying they then took flight, hiding in the

D. M. District 23-W. M. Igou, Eustis, \ K Pittwork on bridge ---_... :!.oO I j'brush when the band came back to "LET US SMOKE IN THIS
; Mayes. Jr. Ashville. are "intended to in
typify
(Lake), succeeds himself. Ury Redd.sh; buiHin: tridge ________ 4.87 a measure look for them. The searchers
Lafayette-McQueen Chaires, Mayo. Dave Woodard repairing bridges ____ 1.25: the awakening interest of the passedwithin "
Lake-J. A. Hanson *District 24-Dr. J. X. Fogorty, Henry Brown do ___-____ ___ ______ __ 7.on in country 15 yards of the refugees.A I WORLD, NOT IN THE NEXT.
Leesburg; L. Key West, (:Monroe and Lee 3. N. Kelley do ._._-________ ________ S.no its own protection. number of
D. Edge Groveland, (both re-elected.) ) T. I' Wall do _____-______________-_ 10.00 The new coins will be 23-cent; pieces armed citizens and 4
Lee-Francis W. Perry Ft. District 25-C. C. Mathis, Vernon, Juigley Lumber Co. lumber _-_________ 16.8* and will with state rangers were dispatched to Webb
Myers. (Washington, Calhoun and Bay). Bradford Co. Bank inst on scrip ____ 6.67 appear newly designed north of here, today on a report that Smoke the Old Reliable"A. .
Leon-A. ]I. Williams, John A. S. T. fowling 5 days road insp _____. 10.00' coins of the 10-cent and 50-cent denom I
Scruggs, both of Tallahassee. District 2G-W. Middleton: Pomona Ned Lewis repairing bridges ______-. 13.00 inations. These new designs will be railroad bridges were being burned.
(Putnam). W. E.: Lt-jrU lumber -________________ 10.75 The report was found groundless but I IA
Levy-W. J. Epperson, Williston. District J. L. Underhiil :C days road insp ____ 4.00 adopted in accordance with the law I P. H. CIGAR
27 the
-Crawford W. Parrish took in two Mexicans
Liberty-R. II. Weaver. T. B. Rosier repairing bridge ani nails 4.65 which permits alterations rangers custody .
:Madison V. Parrish, (DeSoto and Manatee). R. S. GntTis hauling lumber and repairing every quarter suppose3 to have been connected
E. Blanton, W. T. Kent District 8-James E. bridge ---____-______________ 16.50 of a century. I. with the
both of Lee.ManateeW.. Alexander, W. A. Spar km an do _-_______________-_ 5.00 The preparedness quarter will show band participating in the ( Pure Havana)
:\I. Taylor Sarasota. DeLand, (Volusia), succeeds J. B. Conrad E. P Ritidon lumber -___ ___ .__ ______ 33.32: the side i Coleman ranch raid.TRUSTEES .
obverse
on of
: ((2-year: term). I). W..lar.1 work on bridge ____ 3.13 a figure Liberty .
Marion-L. S. Light. Roddick; W.J. Je"e Sweat Tilling ditch _________ -_ .50 stepping -forward to the gateway of ORGANIZED.
lJistlidW.. E. Baker, Mel rose, Hi, () L. II.i Mode theSTARKE
Crosby, Citrus (re-elected). >nts extracting Ut-th f..r the with by
( Clay and Baker). nmxicts ------ ____--__-__________ ::.on country, left arm upraised t
Monroe-Arthur Gomez, (reelected *District D \\'. M-xire cutting out .". logs _. __.-. .on in defense.: In the right hand is an The trustees of the Staike High

) John G. Sawyer both of Key West.. :;i U-\\ II. Green, Jasper, S. I:. Iii-nmark delivering 6 conxict __ 24.00S olive branch and the words, "Liberty" School have organized, with Col. C. L. CO. '
: (Hamilton). T. ih.wlne feed for muk.----------..' CIGAR
Xasau:: -Glory B. Stewart, Hilliard; I'I'i District) :!1-W. MacWillliams: K: V ilkin.-i-n) repairing Iri.Ie.. ______-_ 22.uo>.7.:> and "In God We Trust," and the date, Peek as chairman, and J. C. Poppell,

.i D. T. Haddock. Jr., Callahan. .1. M. .UMIIVhois( for comicU ____ 23.7.:; "l!)tl(>." On the reverse side is an Esq., as se( Ietary. The remaining I

Orange-Seth Woodruff, Orlando; St. Augustine, (St. Johns). Strickland. and Rail." neiL.------------- l.no American eagle in full flight. member is Mr. L. C. Powell. GEO. L. MASSEY Prop.
I District :{ '-)D. (;i. Roland: Xewlieny D \\ I i ii h..1.t.r l > day mad and cutting ; ,
C. A. Roberts.:: Winter Garden. > nut I li>.N ---_______-______-_ 2.30: The new half dollar will show a full The trustees have been busy:: :since i -
Osceola-X. C. Bryan, Kissimmee, (IAlachua1'mh'rs ). J.J. If.1:. I Iktulini f"ednig e'n'jct------- 260.40 length Liberty) picture bearing the I I their organization. Prof. S. S. Dowl- STARE} FLORIDA.COFFINS. .
:\ fowling
who served in lf'l.' :> and discharging 7 comicts .. 21.00 ,
(re-elected) rc-dccfjd) for 1917 J. I!. Dmtling fi'cd for mulc ________ -N.73: American flag and carrying laurel and I jug, who was the assistant principal
Palm Bl'ath-J. C. Hancock, West : J. B. Howling pay captain and guards!" l.w.flfl: : oak branches on side and during the last term, has been elected) -l-
one
an eagle
.
II. G. .1. I! .
I Palm Beach. Putnam, Volusia.YV. Dowlmit 'ui"li.! forconxicts ____ 11.47
J. Crosby :Marion. M. \'. IV-irce hauling, lumU-r ---- ---- i'./to) I perched on a crag with spread) wings principal for the term 1910-17.! ; Thiswas
,
I'ascoPinellas- J. I*. Cr.>w< 2 daxs ins roads ________ 4.00 (In the other. A mountain pine a wie choice, as Prof. Howling, A I
-S. 1) Harm St. W. E.: R. Robson) Polk. Sam Nichols: cuttinuout log., __ _____ .:!:; I sap
1-urjr. Pcter- Arthur Gomez; :Monroe. Frwl Jack.-un cutttng: out log, ----------3,) ling growing Trom: the rock also i is on I'e:
(lir> reverse side.) The inscription "In endeared him-elf: to both pupils andparents
Pclk 1.. I 11. Edge: Luko. Total ..____ ______ I
Pa-id I _
Robson -- -
: Lakeland ( rejected Fine- --- --- t">9.:n God( We Trust: also The I : by his:: pleasant; mannIot:
J. A. Hanson, Lake.Cary and Fiirfriture Fond appears. I
)) ; A. .Morgan.. Lakeland. :'. 1!. rK-nmark d'sin .vhows I I.f the ha also
A. I Hardee Suwann '. guard at jail ___ -jo.o-i a new profile! of Liberty faculty : boon Delected,
l'utnw1-1I. S. MacKenzi"V.. (( S. I!. IVnmark feed l fur prisoners __ I
(;i. >0.0rt the I r.nd ,
Tilzhman II.I :?\d. McKenzio Putnam.W. W. o:. Si-aN j p ese Kamp Diuis h____ -.:!:! "1' obvorse and on the reverse a I as scon as all agroeniHit.have 1
< hothd"tt('.) I, Palatka. (J. Tilghman Putnam. I. F. Johnson d! s ,|I., _______ -_ :'.6\:: faeces, or" bumllos of I'Ofl N fa.-tened o-'j been fully madf) we "lull give theimes
,
Santa K ;:a-T. J. IVnn. Milton 1 J. Will !cf.1rr wit _____ .Ill-Ill of
; -?-- 1.') rc-thor, of thc tl'rngthat : the n< w teacher-
Geo.: t II. \ IlilNhorou'h.I I W. symbolic
T. Bryant. Milton.Feminole : ( C.; St'al: j p ca.-e Will John on"Ii.r! :;\
\\'. C". Langford, DeSoto.X. I. F. Johnson do _n________-________ 11.M lies in unity. Olive branches surround :
-F. L. Woodruff, Sanfonl.Sumter !'. E Johns witm-ss ___?_____-_____" j.no I the fasces.The : i I ( 'itrtain.foi !sloepinjr porihosJ..
-X. J. Wicker. Bushnell. C. Bryan, Osccohi.W. M. V. Kalcy do ------ ____ .._...___" i..0)(>: .
T. Cash, Taylor. J. T.'. John-oii ill) .. new hulf dollar and dime wore I' Kicklik-r. 0-KJ-lt.\;
I j Jill
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, UWanri'C'-Can' A. Hardeo, Live i!. I' Keliey: j p ea,'e Sam JonesI.III i'osignrd!
Weinman..
W. I I. 2.38: : :\ by A-lolph The
(;n'enelIamito1.!
Oak: M. A. Best! Branford. L. Papp c..n-l do ___-_______________ vtnthony : Sa'
Trvlor-\V. T. Cash Amos: E. Lewis, Jackson. \ ) Jom-s witness ______-_______, I'on, preparedness quarter was designed by I a
Perry. 15. J. Hamrick, Jefferson.M. I 1..1. II. IVnmark do --------_________ 1.00 llfiman I E. :McNeil.
/ Volu"ia-I>avid) Srholtz. I Ik'I-aml; Geo; .\. Gardiner case X. Moody ___ I -.U
.
: L. Dawson, Hernan o. S. B Ifc-nmarL ______ ,
H. C:. Putnam, (re-elected). Jo -- __ "I 7/J5 _
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Ernist May xvitnen _______ THE r- ::::
:Member who have in tie -- -__I.IIII :2'.40' CIGAR DKUMMSK'S HEAVENI
ser\'Cd.
Waukulla-N'at n. Walker ( ? ) Ch..rI"r Hox\ard d.. __-_______________ ->.4it Now CASKETSAnd
Oawfortlvillo.Walton! ) House of Representatives and State Jim Ci.N.I k do -------_________"______ 041) Well I -
Senate prior to 1913; session l hi.. .\. Gardiner ca- .
I'uris
A. Anderson. PoFuniak. ; e \loo.ly 2.3$) had s. J:. IVnmark do a h
L. S. LirhtIarion.: ------_____________ -.05
Washington A. Meyer, L. A. John Erwin witness _-___ 2.10 When everything was still
t.:: P.rwk. W. M. Taylor, Manatee.J. I Cliff McNVal do ------___IIIIII._"__"__ 2.1') I dreamed I saw a heaven bright "Thedford's Black-Draught Supplies!

. S. Smith, Clay. UifC'KSapp.. : ; do __-u_- _____. _________ :,.4') The best ser
band.
Florida the hill. Always
Senate.
[ I-d''" d./ ------------------------1.0(1 A--hining on Is the best all-round medIcineI on
I *-Represent hold-over Senators. J. A. Hanson, Lake. G.-O.i A. f.ird.mr; ; etil' C. Town-i-nd ___ 347s vice at the lowest prices. Special
; .
: I!. Di-nmnrk do __ _______ "
Henry MacKenzie, Putnam. ___ fUO ever used writes I
, **-Klectfd to fill terms made vacant Sam Heart wit ___. _-___ _.III____ 1 00 It was a heaven for the boys J. A. attention to telegraph orders.
JII1IIY..
Watson. Dade.M. Jim Knirli. do ____ ___II" I .
I by death or otherwise.District -- j'oo Who travel on the cars Steelman of -
: O. Baggott: Escambia. W. II. MiilliiK juror ___111111111111 i.'no Pattonville,Texas.
:
1 --\\ A. McLeod. Milton \. L. And all their Registered EmbalmsrDeWlffCJONES!
,, Cha-e do ____ _____ give up earthly joys
Telfair ---
,1 ( Santa Rosa: )J. Stockton, ( J )Duval(, Senator J-) c.; (i..iny ,lo ______-_____III._"__"__"_ I.'HO j Oo That they may sell cigars. "I 1 suffered terribly with liver
I 9'')1-0i.v. L. Silcox: do ________ ,
Di trkt .loKn -- i o)
-- B. Jones, Pensacola. \ J. Epperson. Levy.S. Olin: W. White do _____ _IIIIIIII "III LOU i troubles,and could get no relief. I

( Kscaml'iat. H. Strum A. J. Harris d,, --------h __- j.tti) I thought I only had three towns Suc'sr to G. C. Livingston & Co
Gadsden.
District 0-.!. L. Moore DcFuniak.Springs The doctors said I had con-
,
; W. C. Lan ford. DeSoto. T..tal --------_____________________- 203.37 To make but once a year Starke, Fla.
! ;; ( Walton and Holmes) T. J. Fenn. Santa Rosa, T. J. Board adjourned until first :Monday And there were buyers without frownsTho' sumption. I could not work at
'District I 4-R. A. Willis, Green. Bryant in July, 19111. strange it doth ---
appear. -
f: ', wood. (Jackson )I. Santa Ro a, returns: same (lelegaSllL'l.D air. Finally I tried r------- -
W.
WEEKS..
i District 5 H. L. Oliver.!
-
r Apalachicola Clerk and Auditor. They greeted me with friendly hand Genera! InsuranceI
i ( Franklin Liberty. and Wakulla)I. SLOAN'S: LIXIMEXT: : CO; --- And took Tne out to lunch. WORD'S
**
Ili: trirtJ.. L. Sheppard, Gret- .ALOXG: LET THE CARS: ALOXH. They didn't tell me that my brand represent n.ne but FIRST

\t nl.IliotridO'ar(Jadsden; ). Of course it should! For after a Had somehow lost its punch. CLASS companies and will bf
M. Eaton Lake- II
>uid ( Polk). strenuous day when your muscles have The town authorities are determined BLACKS constantly o'. the alert to pro

L .1)j"trirt S.__.\. S. Well, Tallahassee been exercised to the limit an appli- to put a stop to the practice persisted No extra discounts they desired, mote your interests. Guarantee

: ( Leon). cation of Sloan's Linament will take in by certain men and boys of Nor urged a private label, courteous treatment to all P*

i IIitrid.Jlhl II. King, Inverness. the soreness' and stiffness away and petting on the trains when they: stopor Nor hint that their wives admiredA trons. A we'll written policy bya

i S ( Citrus If"flUII':.!.) and Pn>co). get you In fine shape for the morrow. slow up at the Call street crossing, set of Russian sable. DRAUGHTand first-class agent in a first-
You should USe it for for a free ride. This i is
a sudden attackof a dangerous
Di
>.triit 10-ChasE., Davis. Madi-ii class sometimes means ,_
i toothache, stiff neck. practice, only indulged in bv those company
son, Madi.on backache, They said
I. my prices were too low, much in of loss by firs.
case
, stings bites and the who haven't sense enough to take to r.y surprise I got better
I District) 11-Doyle E. Carlton, Tam many accidents care My sizes were too ample;

: a pa. ( Hillsborough and Pinellas). that are incidental to a vacation. "We of themselves, but the police will see They never said that trade was slow and am to-day as well as any [ H. C. RICHARD Starke
; would to it that the trains ,
a;; soon leave be let alone after .
District: 12 J. M. Gornto Mayo, our baggage ago Or asked to see a sample. man." Thedford's Black-
this else _
on or teach the
(Taylor and Lafayette). vacation or camp out without transgressors j -- -
Sloan's Linament." more wisdom by and Draught is a general cathartic r/
Writes arresting fining Heat
District 13-Dr. W. L. Hughlett, one va "No missionary work for The Strong Withstand the

Cocoa, ( Dade, Broward, Brevard, Palm cationist: "We use it for everything them. They said. "We'll do our you selling, vegetable liver medicine, that Summer Better Than the Weak

Beach and St. Lucie). from cramps to toothache." Put a This step is only: a following up of You've made sale ; has been regulating irregularities Old people wh, are feeble,and yoj TJ
the your ; you're through
*District I bottle in your bag, be prepared and measure taken some time ago, of All people who are wf ak.will be stren&theIP ,
14-M. L. Plympton. Lake have no regrets. 2 compelling the railroad company to over but the yelling. of the liver stomach and and enabled to RO through the depwr

City (Columbia). I.i send a warner ahead when a train bowels, for ovar 70 years. Get ing heat of sumier by taking regfl ".

District 15; -A. D. Andrews, RaU Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up SystemThe 1 is about to cross Call street, in orderto A million see-gars each they bought Grove'sTastelesChillTonic."riBf >

. ford, (Bradford). Old Standard general strengthening tonic prevent accidents. And cash they paid-no credit. a package today. Insist on the and enriches this blood and bu11dt" -

*District 16-J. GROVE'S TASTELESS No cancellations either! genuine Thedford's.70 the wholesysteus..-
E. Calkin, Fenian- chill TOXIC drives out What? : 1 t
dina, (Nassau). MaiarUenriches blood.and builds up the sys Fruit jars, caps and rubbers. J. F. That's Heaven? Say, you've said onaJ. ;:
tem. A true tonic. For adults and children. SOc. Kickliter. 6164t. it.-Exchange. You ret all the important u :

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-. FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. rAGE SEVEN 't



THE FIRST SETTLEMENT IN -dian chief named "Seloy" who received 1 + + + + + of + + + + + + + + + + LEGAL NOTICE. ida, against Cornelius'-Young, and in !

HER PEOPLE FLORIDA them with much kindness. The 1 + LEGAL NOTICES 4'P county The ,County Florida.Assessor shall! meet of Taxes with" for the Bradford board of favor of the S. B. Hulbard Hardware tl j

Spainards at once went to work to + + + + + + +4ORDINANCE + + + + + + + county commissioners for said county at the Co., a corporation, on and dated the

fortify a large Indian dwelling, pro clerk's office in ..aid county on the 3rd day of 2nd day of April 1915. will offer for
New Smyrna Has Strong Claims to I July, A. D. 1916. at 10 o'clock a. m.. and and will sell to tno highest bidder 'j
%WROTE HER TOTAKETANLAC That Honor. bably a communal house of the natives NO. 84. may continue in session from day to day for
which lay near the waters edge. AN ORDINANCE REQUIRING ABUTTING one week, or as long as shall be necessary, therefor for cash, at tIle court house r.sale r.
PROPERTY OWNERS ON ALL STREETS door in the Town of Siarke Bradford
for
the purpose of hril complaints! and re- ,
They dug a ditch around it and threwup I THAT ARE TO BE PAVED IN
THE TOWN ee tviog testimony a the value of any county, Florida, on July 3rd,
(New Smyrna Breeze) a breastwork of dirt and fagot. OF STARKE. BRADFORD COUNTY. FLOR- property real or personal, a fixed by the 1916 the same lOtdaYi sales day
I An inquiry as to the progress: I "These two good captains of ours IDA. TO MAKE CONNECTIONS WITH THEWATF.R county assessor of taxes and of perfecting, beirg
ihe hours
MAIN ON SAID STREETS WITHIN rvi..wing and the assessments for of said court, during legal
.
have been making in my investigations Gatino and San Vincenti "workingwith THIRTY DAYS AFTEh THE PASSAGE AND the tat year, eualzinj. of sale, the following described real .

I as to the history of the prehistoric such industry that with only the APPROVAL OF THIS ORDINANCE. AND Given this 16th day of June A. D. 1916. estate situated in Bradford county, 1-
IN DEFAULT THEREOF PROVIDING THAT
of J Jacksonville fort and the Spanish Mission, nails of their soldiers and without SAID CONNECTIONS SHALL BE MADE BY N.County D. WAINWRIGHT.Assessor of Taxes. Florida, to-wit: N'.z of NEU, and S ;

Mrs. Gregory, : within and near the corporate limitsof other tools, they made a fort for their THE TOWN COUNCIL OF SAID TOWN J. B. CREWS. WU of NEU, and S'4 of NEK of N

Felt Tired And Miserable All New Smyrna, both of which we defense," Mendoza. And this AND THAT THE COST OF SAME SHALL Chairman. Board of County Commissioners, WU less 2 acres in St.: corner of section J
says: BECOME A LIEN UI ON THE ABUTTING Bradford County Florida.
the Time Before Taking Tan- have valid reason to believe antedates was the birth of St. Augustine, the PROPERTY FOR WHICH SAID CONNECTION 61631LEGAL 20; all in contai township: 7 south, of 1
range 22 east. 138 acres. ,
IS MADE. AND inQ .
PROVIDING
those existing at St Augustine.For oldest city in the United States. Its FOR NOTICE.
lac-Feels Fine Now. THE COLLECTION OF SITu COSTS WITH The Assessor of Taxes for the town of more or less. i \
years this investigation has beenin ancient site can no longer be determined REASONABLE ATTORNEY'S FEES. AND Starke Florida. will meet with the board of S. : j .
B IW.OIRt\
progress; and has been the sub- but it is known to be such, that it I PROVIDING THAT CERTAIN STREET aldermen for said town on the .evening of Sheriff, df"fJ ., Ha.
PAVEMENTS SHALL NOT BE DISTURBED July 4th 1916. and continue in
"My people in West Florida wroteme ject of articles appearing in the New did not command the entrance to the'FOR A PERIOD OF FIVE YEARS AFTER From day to day for may one week, or as long session as 2-6-t ;.

to take Tanlac for my trouble, andthat's Smyrna Breeze, the Florida Times- harbor, could not be discovered from LAIN FOR THE PURPOSE OF MAKING it shall be necessary for the purpose of hear :
I'm well woman today Union and the SUCH CONNECTION AND ThEREAFTER ing complaint and receiving testimony to NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY \
why a n.agazines publishedby the sea, and was much exposed to the ONLY VPON SUCH CONDITIONS AS MAYBE the any property, real or personal a ,
Said Mrs. V. H. Gregory, 2822 Fisher : the Florida Historical Society over attacks of the Indians. When in May PROVIDED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL as fixed by the town stssor of taxes and of FOR LETTERS -1'ATEXT.

street, whose husband is with the COn- my signature.In of the following year the settlement BE IT ORDAINED by the Town Council of prCeding. 1vie.it1 and equalizing the as- Notice is hereby: givien that the undersigned -
of the Standard I the Town of Starke Bradford County, Stateof FI for the tax )'ea. A. D. 1916. to the Honorable
struction department antagonizing popular opinion, moved to a more advantageous position Florida: Given this 16th day of June. A. D. 1916. wi.applj

Oil Company, stationed in Jackson- which in a great measure assails the I the first location received the !Section 1. All! ownfrs f>f land abuttinp: any P. A. WEEKS. 1'ark Trammel GO\'error 1st of of the Stateof A.
Town Tax Assessor. day: July,
and all ctretts of said Town that
be
authenticity: of the claims of our sister of "Old St. Augustine" from the are to
name
ville.Mrs. a\l'd shall within thirty days after the ras- E. S. I.'IHEWS. D. 1916, for letters patent, incorporating
Gregory is a modest, refined city of St. Augustine as to being Spainards. Aviles at once began disembarking sage and approval of this ordinance, make at Chairman Board ol Altent'n, Starke, THEDE-MOOIiv COMPANY,

little ,,woman and has a great many: the "Oldest city: in the New World," his troops, landing two liat one connection with the water main on lori a. 6163t. under the following proposed charter,

friends in this city.: Like a great and consequently the "Mecca" of the hundred of them on Friday the 7th. land the aid abutting fctrett thereon or t-tret-ts adjoining each lot of BILL FO RFORECLOSURE. the original of which i i. now on file in

many others of her sex she shrinks archeoli- ist and {antiquarian whose lie sent his three smaller ships into Section 2. Such connection shall extend ''I In Circuit Court, 8th Judicial Circuit of the office of the Secre'.jiry of State of

from publicity: but feels it her duty to zeal in the investigation of this sub- the harbor, and three hundred more i|. from ,ai'l water main to and beyond the curb .Honda. JlrdCor County.W. Florida.
line in front of all lots abuttinz; ?ai let other suffering women know just ject is commendable, I feel I am war- Colonist were landed, along with the or street*, so tint after such street or streets '.
I shall hsue been paved there will be Sarah E. Young Ellen S. Young, 0. TIIEDE
what this exceptional medicine has ranted in continuing my investigationswith married men their wives and children noi ] 'MOORE.
i I necessity for interfering with such pavement Annes !Younir. Cornelius Young.tnhie JAMES T.
done for her. no small hope for the expected I and of the and ammuni- I I 1 j in ..
most artillery ar.) niarm-r in o "I had pains in my: limbs all the outcome; \'iz.,/ the establishment of I tion. Inez I. Pollard and B. Hub- Company.The .
I tion.On | Section :3. Should sr.rh property owner! or bard Company a corporation.
time," she continued "and was in a the fact the lately discovered fort Saturday, lady's day September !jeitKr ni th 'm refuse or r.inlect to make atll Bill for Fore
terrible run down condition. It just and the old Mission ante dates those 8th the balance of the Colonistwere : II'a-t one -u<'h ;onnectiop for each lot abuttinir Notice to Appear. themselves together Dir the purposeof
couldn't I upon such street nr 'trrets as are to be paved The State of Florida to Sarah E. Younir.E'len forming a corporal under and
St.
seemed like I digest anythingand : at Augustine. This has taken time II put ashore.he General himself by .
for thirty days after the passage and proval S. Younif Agnes M. Young. :
of
I Cordiu \irtue the State Florida with
I would have bad indigestion and and money to investigate: and also influence landed amidst the waving, of flags the ''of thi ordinance said Ton Council shall YmJnl and Anni E. Young. Greeting the 05 ,
I I forthwith make such Tnriection connections having been shown by affidavit that the following proposM charter:
or
severe pains in my stomach until it to obtain access to the several sounding of trumpets and other instru-
{ and said town shall hate a lien upon such D..fenJant Sarah E Young, Ellen S. Young .Article L
was simply impossible for me to get cathedrals in the city of Havana ments of war, and the salutes of the : abutting Vmrty correction is made thereto Afrnes :1.oun.. Corn..IiW5 Youn and' An The name of this cvporation shall

the proper strength and nourishmentfrom : where their most treasured church artillery. The chaplain, :Mendoza, for the rmount cf the cost of such\ connection nil E. Ycunl are non-residents of the State off'lorida. le, TIIEDE-MOORI3 COMPANY, and
or connections which said lien may be enforced that the residence of said defend
my food." pusessions were kept. Not alone the who had gone ashore the previous day, by suit at law or in equity in any ant Sarah E. Young. Ellen S. Young Agnes its business shall be ransacted and

"I was habitually' constipated andcouldn't information obtained from Havana, advanced to meet him chanting "Te j Court nf c< mpetent jurir-diction. and in all and Cornelius Young reside in the conducted in the State of Florida, and
such ca"i1* a reasonai attorney's fee shall be city cf Svlma. County ol laUw. and State of other States of the United States of
at all at night. :My but the past fforded
sleep opportunityto
year Deum Laudamus" and carrying a cross neco\erabe! ly the said Town in addition to Alabama and that the Annie E. '
limbs not only pained me a great deal visit many cf the missions on the that Aviles and ones with him reverently the r"rt of'ach C'in"ertion.S Y our'J is a resident of the town of Lizelle in America wherever p sufitable, necessary -
.ction 4. No tMstuibance interference t h of Georgia and that there i is or convenient tbe principal
actually swollen at times.In Pacific Coast where or ( no plac
but. were by comparisonsmade kissed their knees.
I : falling upon with! any shut asphalt street pavement hereafter person in the State of Florida service(' of subpoena f business shall lo !n the
the day time I would feel tired and as to the prevailing styles; of Then Menendez took possession in the contracted in said! Town shall be permitted UI|>on whom -onld bind said defendants Lawtey, Bradford county, Florida.

too weak and miserable! to do any mission architecture. church furni- king's name. The mass of Our Lady by the said Town Council for the space offixe or either of them and that said defendants Article ;p.
years after the con.-truction of said street are over the age of twenty-one
work. My color was bad. ture and other matters of historic chanted and the oath Yl'ar. The nature iof the businessr
very: an was solemnized, pavement for the purpose cf allowinn such It therefore> ord"re. considered and adjudged general
"I read some statements about Tan- nature whereby these ruins at XewSmY1'na was administered to the various offi- connections as aforesaid to be made and no that the dtfendants Saiah E ) businesses to be trwsacted or conducted -

lac in the but people in the might be investigated and of such connection hall thereafter be made except Young Ellen S. Younl. Agnes M. Young. by said corporation shall be to
papers my cials in the presence a large con- as may be provided for by the said Town nelius Young E. Young do appearto
western part of the state, who knew compared.To course of friendly Indians who immi- Council.: the Complainant's Bill of Complaint hereinon engagE in a wholesaleand; retail mer-
condition and this Rev. Section 5. All ordinances or parts of ordi- or be'ore the Wh day of July. A. D. 1916 cantile and commisicJ business, and
abeut my kept writing end M. J. Curley: Bishop tated the Spainards. The ceremonywas I ;
nanei" in conflict herewith are hereby re- in default whereof a decree r confesso will to carry on any trmlt or business incidental -
saying so much about the medicinethat of the Diocese of St. Augustine, concluded by: the serving out of pealed. be entered. again-tNhe said Sarah E. Young thereto or connected therewith -

I decided to give it a good test provided me with a general letter of food to the Colonists and the Indians E. !S.' TATTIIEWS.Preeidcnt : Youne Ellen S.and Young Annie Agnes E. Young.It M. .Young Cornelius to buy, sell, mortgage, exchange -

and see if it would help me. Nothing introduction, which, wherever presented alike. The negro slaves were quartered Atte-t : C. A. FUTCH. of Town Council. is further ordered that this notice be published for itself or as agent 4 for others all

could have been better, for it fitted my satisfied my: most ardent desirein in the huts of the Indian village, Town Clerk. in the Hradforti County Tele-graph a rinds of real or persoel property. to

needs exactly.: In fact my improvement the pursuit of my researches.' and the work on the defences were ra'.iJ bv a m'ljority'otE' of the Town Counc newspaper. Florida published once at each Starke.week for in Bradford five consecutive borrow money Ihe.iise of the company -
;I. ,h. t"tn day .f June. A. I). lil: cour '
( and to issue note other
has been remarkable and more Outside of the Mission Fathers, the proceeded with." C. A. FITCH. weeks. or secur-
than I dreamed it would be. credentials with the Town CI. "'', IN WITNESS: WHEREOF. I have hereuntoset ity therefor and to deal in mortgages,
rapid ever same photograph Here the main part of the narrative -!
,
I hand and affixed the seal of Circuit
my our otes stocks bonds or. other negotiable -
I Approved bv nit' ths14th tlav of June. A. ,
"I have taken only two bottles, but I and information the results of many I ceases, and an effort will lie made to D. 1"1';. C. F.' HOOVER Court on this the 12th day of June A. D. paper in connection'with the busi-

all the pains and swellings have gone :years reading and study, brought me I reconcile the natural con ttions as 6164t.__ MayerORDINANCE 1C-16. W. T. WEEKS t'ns of the corporation.

entirely and I feel a hundred per cent in touch with the most eminent authorities -:they; now exist with the topography ; NO S3.A : I '5..a1 Clerk. Arfirlo :(,

better just every: way. :My: complexion on the subject of Spanish i I of the locality.: j: >: orr>i\\NE rrot'iRi\fi: PROP-1,I T->. P n. A... \VFF.K5Deputy' Clerk.A. The capital stockofthis corporation

has cleared up and I am gaining Missions and the early history: of the I "It did not command the entrance nay OW"ERBI'TTIr.: ( OX A!.!. V. LONG shall be five thousa'1d /$5O00.O0)) Dollars

strength and weight every day. I I discovery of the new world. A personal I to the haiLor-could not be discovered ,; STREETS THTRE TO HE \VF.H IN C'lJlainant Solieitor 6-16-51. : to be divided inti fifty shares of
THF TOWN OF STARK PROFORO'COn.iY. - the value of Ore Hundred Dollars
sleep fine now and get up in the morn- interview with an individual j' from the sea, and was much exposedto FI.OR1OHERF. \FTF.R TO :NOTICE OF APPLICATION: FOR TAX DEED each par for stock
ings feeling fresh and rested. I cer- now investigating the Spanish Archives the attacks of the Indians." HAVE \U W \fER COX FTTIOXiWITH. UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER- payment said capital
be received in caHi in
tainly did find the right medicine this at Seville Spain, under the ju- j The iirthistoric: Rock House commanded i THE\Mt W"TEH1.Ii'I. .IOIXTS IN ON Sill SAIl CONNECTING STREETS; 4SS. LAWS OF FLORIDA. may, real or personal, at,a or fair and property just-
notice is that R. M. !
time. Tanlac is truly wonderful and mdiction of the University of California used 1'IITS OUT TO Xf BEYOND THE CURBING Hereby given Spark-
the Inlet, and was: as a I :* ,man. purchaser of tax sale number- filiation therefor, to be fixed by the -
too much can not be said about it." at Berkley: was had, and the I lookout. The circular tower or gun F.\CH \U.IOININ1 OWNER' I RESPECTFULLY.THE PROPERTY EXAMINED OF- .'id reSfCtivtly, 1-3. 127 certifcate. by the oard of Directors of this Corporation. '

Tanlac is sold exslusively: in Starkeby result that the matter of investigationof I traversal mentioned in the first i issue \XD PLACED IX C.OOD FIRST CLASS 'i.Tax Collector for Brsdford Ceunty Florida. .
raid dated the 4th
C. P. Cason; in Lake Butler by the :Mission at New Smyrna would i the New Smyrna Breeze. 18S7. was I CONDITION AT T.Y.\T THIRTY DAYS','.lay each of of AIII II.rtitlatpt".inll. "! II..d the said Article 4.
I PRIOR TO THE PAN ISO OF S\ID STREETS
Tomlinson-Maines Drug Co.; in Hampton be given attention. Personal effort evidently: a portion of its defense, the RFSPEfTIVEI.Y.ND: IX= fiEF'J'I.T OF )I'.certificates in my office and has application The term for which said Corporation -
the in I for tax deed to issue in accordance with
by Hampton Pharmacy
: ; was not discontinued but every available of William Bar- THE SMDXRl'TTIVC. PROPERTY OWN- shall exist sKill! '>e NinetyNineYears.
field by
spoken !
law. The said respectively embrse'
Lawtey by the Cash Drug Store; in open IRS TO JfnID CONNECTIONS: : AND cE'rtifrnt. : -
of literature the following County. Florida
Raiford by the Weaver Drug Co.; souice dwelling on train was the parade ground which JOINTS II'ECTED AND PLACED IN Brdord -
assessed at the i issuance of
and in Worthington by R. T. Taylor.C. : the early Spanish occupation of the in 1776 extended to the parade ground flOOD FIRST CMSS CONDITION WITH'N such in the names respectively( h..re Article !r.

A. Smith Sampson, Fla-Adv.THOSB new world was sought, and at this which in. 1776 extended to the Savanna'THE TIIETon>AND: JOINTS: REQUIRED SHALL SAIl BF.COVNF.CTIONS 1>:-- (ctrtifcaho. set forth to-wit: The business of til corporation ,. I

.,.. writing the interest taken has not where the ruins of the mission was 10-1 !'1'F.CTEDSD: PLACED IN COOH FIRTCI.S !' Certificate No. 123 embraces the Frac "VI. shall be conducted liy .Ile following of- .
of Blk. 2. S. of R. 2 E. Com at NW Cor of
Leers A President and
diminished but bids fair'to result in I CONDITION PY THE BO\RD OF : Secretary
: cated. The old fort with its rectangular Blk and run Southerly 210 ft to land d..de
AUTOMATIC WELLS BOND TRUSTEES OF THE TOWN OF board of three direc-
Treasurer and a
to H. Jones, thence E. along said line of
something tangible and profitable to evidence Jone
form and bastions are in :ST.\RKFRR\DFORD COUNTY.: FI.O11DX. the office of and Treasurer
thence road to1'ne tors,
351) Northerly along public
the interest of New and her AND THE EXPENSE OF S \\IF. SHML RE ft. Sclttry
Smyrna I covered with shell by the
after being between Blks 1 and 2. thence WetE'rlyalonJr may be held by one the same
I A LIEN UPON= THE ABUTTING PROP-
In our issue of March 23rd we an- residents, as in other matters pertaining I I Indians for centuries. ,TRTY. AND PROVIDING FOR THE: said line to pint of hJrinninl in Tem ; erson, said board of Directors may be .

nounced the :Matthew theory: of Auto- to the development of New Smyr-I The old well adjacent to the fort ; OI.t.FCTION OF MME WITH ATTOR. i ple's-rrs.sub-division.Assessed- C. M.. 21.Sparkman.. 2:' E.. .hanged from time tn time by an

matic irrigation. The idea was brief- na and vicinity: it has all been a laborof I with its subteranean passage, evidently I NESS CONNECTIONS fFKS.: AND ANP PROVIDING JOINTS THAT SHALL SAID BE I' : Certificate No. 127 unbraces Lots 5. 6. Blk amendment to tho b\" laws. but shay

ly this: Our soil is about two to love, only: too grateful that the abil- i furnished fresh water to the occu- REPAIRED AFTER THE PAVING OF SUCH 32 in Johns Add to Starke. !See T8, Tp 6. S. R. at no time be less than Three nor

three feet through; under this is a ty existed, and courage predominatedto of should 'I STREETS ONLY UPON THE TERMS!' AND JJ E.. a-'I'l.1 C. M. S"ar.man.c.rtitcate more than Seven. The directors shall
pants .during a state siege I No. 173 embraces 3 Acres com
layer of clay from 6 to 12 feet throughand make claims: where apparentlymore .I it It would naturally be exposed THF.CONDITIONS SAID( TOWN HF.RFFTER: COUNCIL.PROVIDED BY at Cfr of N\V', of XE' and run S 420f.t. be elected by the stockholders at each
occur. E. 63(. ft. X. 210 ft. W. 420 ft N 210 annual officersof
meeting, an
under this is stratum of water- '
a minds ridiculed and Pe it "rdaimd bv the Town Council of theTown I
gifted ig-
,
to the attacks of Indians as evidenced ft. W 210 fi. to pt of beg. in NW'i of NE'4, this corporation shs'l: be elected annually
'I of Starke. Bradford County. State of I
bearing sand. Mr. Matthews' idea nored.A by the r.umerouss shell mounds Florida' : !'I'f.'. 5. Tp. 7, S. R. 22 East 3 acres assessed by the board directors as .

was to bore holes through the clay, few citatbns as to times dates extending for miles along the river I Scetio.1.. \1 own. r. of land abutting any I C.Unless M. Sparkman.said certificates shall be redeemed ac. soon as may be after the annual meet

thus permitting the water from beneath and events may: serve to convince the and peninsula, then occupied as villa ,and be alltTets paved shall of *aM at Town lia'-t thirty that may days hereafter -, cnrdin; to law. tax deed will issue thereon on iir of the stockholder. The
to rise and replace the water of the readers that there I prior. the 17th day of July. A. D. 1916. stockholders shall be
reason : tl".tlha meeting of the
maybe ges. In excavating the interior of the to the pavirjr of such treet or < \( alii j
Witness official and seal this
signature
that was lost by evaporation. Several I connections with the water mains abutting my the First Monday of January
some shadow of truth in the claim fort, no remains of metal or debris the 12th day of June. A. D. 1916. held on
wells bored for I their respective lands on said streets and all cf each time to be fixed
experimental at
were made. W. T. WEEKS. year or a
of
shows, as: all valuable articles iron joint- of said connectir.it piirf- out to and bevond
purposes, notable among which The reference will be made from a would be transferred by water to the I thi curbing !n'-pected and placed in good: iSeaH By Clerk R. A.Circuit WEEKS.Court. hy the by-laws. UntiJ' the officers toe
was the! case of two bushes that had fir" (cia. condition lit the expense of the owner ', elected at the first "nnual meeting
work entitled "Spanish Settlement 166t. Clerk.
new location, the present site of new Deputy
of aid abutting Irnd respectively.Section shall be elected and qualified the busi-
recently been planted and which were within the present limits of the Un- ?. Should such
or
property owners
St. Augustine at the confluence of the Notice of Application for Tax ness of this corporation shall be con-
just to well ither of them refuse neglect have sad
begining A or to
Dee
!
grow. was ited States Florida 1562-1574
bored by: North and Matanzas Rivers, latitude{.:connections and joints inspected and placed] in Under Section 8 of Chapter Jucted by the following officers:
near one of the bushes while Woodbury Lowery. Putnam Sons 1915.It 29 degrees, 48 minutes north as narrated -i good fir-t class condition within the time above I Laws of Florida. R. R. Thede President.

the other was left alone. The dry sea- may be proper to state primarilythat : there being the interim betweenthe I I provided that the board of Bond Trustees of thesail Hereby notice is given that H. J. O. Thede, Vice President.James .
Tovn shall have said connections and
son through which have .
we just pass- the controlling powers or See of date of September 6, 1565 and joints inspected and placed in rood first class Stewart, purchaser of tax certificates T. Moore, Secretary and
ed has proven the efficacy of the the Jurisdiction of Rome were established condition and the said Town shall have a.lien Treasurer.
May: of 1556, as the period of occupancy numbered respectively 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 17,
wells. The bush by which the well Ul>fnlch nbuttinj property for the cost of And the said R. R. Tbede, 0. Thede,
and in futherance of these the being about nine 43, and 80, issued by the tax collector
average said inspection and the placing of said connection James T. Moore Directors.
was bored has made about four times institutions, Episcopal Sees had been months ample time for the erectionof and joints in rood first class condi for Bradford county, Florida, each of and Article 6.

the growth of the other bush, showing erected in the New World. tion. which said lien may be enforced by suit the said certificates being dated the .
Mission its the
the and defense fort
Pt law )r in equity in Court of compi'tentjuiisdiction. The highest amount indebtedness
beyond a question that the I any 4th day of August A. D. 1913, has 'f
was
one "In 1511 Sees were created in Cuba .
.
by estimated force of 500 men and in a'l! such ra..pa reasonablesttoinev's
an which this
the said certificates in office or liability to corporation t
getting the needed moisture while the my
Porto Rico and Santa Domingo.1"These fee shall bo recoverable bv tl'e adTo..n fled
To conclude find from the citation tim itself shall
other suffered for the want of water. we in addition to the cost of such inspection I has made application for tax deed can at any sMbj'-tl b
were followed in 1592 by the in reference to Herria's voyage and repair. to issue: in accordance with law. The 'he Fum of Fifteen Thousand (* ,

We feel confident that these wells creation of the Episcopal See of San- the latitude of 29 degrees is given Sect on 3. That after the paving of anv I said certificates respectively embrace 000.00) Dollars.
put under a strawberry bed will dou- street or streets of saiu Town :is completed and of the subscribing
which and residence
ble tiago de Cuba of diocese the I that of St. Augustine. The reference a11 ted by said Town such water connections the following lands in Bradford county The names -

the yield of berries in a dry season Florida peninsula became a part. Its l to the river to the north of Cape Canaveral and joints aforesaid shall be repaired onlv '1?- Florida assessed at the date of incorporators together with
and the expense of boring'11 not first Bishop was Fray Juan Umite. on the terms and conditions as may hereafter the issuance of such certificates in the the amount subscribed for are as follows -
I on his voyage up the coast be irmmsed and fixed from time to time by I I I
exceed ten dollars ( hereinafter :
acre.-Raiford respectively
an The of Mexico dated from 1530. names particularly -
see where he made inquiry of the Indians : said Town Council but in no case shall such } Thede Florida Twen-
Tribune. R. R.
It will be thus seen that the missionof J'(>1"ail'he made hereafter after the ravine; of set forth, to-wit: Lwte:, ,
to the location of the French fort I
I as said street or strot's: without the said abuttinz Certificate No. 1 embraces the NW -five shares.
Florida antedate that of Arizona shows he was: not unfamiliar with the I property owner or owners shall fir't pay into I| 1.i of NE'4 and NT4 of NV&, Sec. 0. Thede, Lawtey. Florida, ten
DEAD OIL MAX KNOCKS FRIEND and New Mexico by 8 years. Page river named "Sorrochos" the treasury of the mid Town a suTicient i i shares.
I or (Rio de I Ii 120, Tp. 4, S. R. 21 East, 120 acres, assessed -
amount of to replace and such
FROM DERRICK. 3S.; Lowery 15131561. [i la Cruz) which later, no doubt, resolved 'xrtitr. of raid money pavement a.' mav be repair pr*"sary I i Unknown. James T. Moore, Lawtey, Florida,

An expedition to drive the Frenchout | into "Rock House," remaining only ]j! to ff'moor inju-o in mnkinir such pairs It> i j,I Certificate No. 2 embraces the N', I. "ifteen shares.R. .

of Florida under Don Hernando said connections or joints or connections and of Soc. 21, Tp. 4. S. R. 21. R.
JENNINGS. LA.-While at workon as an early memory of pioneer Flor- ;| joints. .. SWI. THFDE.
Maurique de Rojas, in the latter acres, assessed Unknown. O. ,
the pinnacle I idians. : !Section 4. All ordinances and rar*< rf ndinanres !
of an oil derrick early half of May 1564 struck the Florida | in conflict herewith are hereby re- Certificate Xo. 4 embraces SW& of JAMES T. .JIOORE.
this morning Ed Shubert} died sudden- I Of one thing we are absolutely: cer- pcaltd.: XWU and X ,i of SW'.i, Sec. 14,.Tp. of Florida a .
tate
below Canaveral in lati- ,
ly of heart coast Cape tain. New the Fort F.. !S. M \TTHEW '
trouble. His lifeless body Smyrna possesses 5, S. R. IS East, 120 acres, assessedM. of Bradford Stf.lUfore .
tude 27 degrees 30 minutes. On the President of Town CouncilAttest Tounty
toppled from its position and struck I and Old Mission in architectual design : C A. FIJ rCII. |! H. Nettles. me, a Notar Public in ardor

Joseph A. Lee who was working upon 22nd of the month "reached the Rio j contemporaneous with those of I Tow-1. Clerk. Certificate No. S embraces the E'/ : said County and :State, personally

the derrick just below. de LaCruz in Latitude 29 degrees, Mexico, California and Havana also I Ti-sed by a majority vote of tve Town Cocn- of SEU, Sec. 15, Tp. 5, S. R. 18 East, pared R. R. Thed, 0. Thedo and
i i 11.I the S-th day of June, A, P. J9l! The bodies of the dead man and of probably Mosquito river. I the restored candlesticks found by I Ii I Ij C. A. FUTCH |180. acres, assessed M. II. NettlPB. I.. James T. Moore, to n>'e well known to

the living rumbled through the air. I The following citation from the Capt. Matthews and inherited by Miss i Town Clrr, Certificate No. 7 embraces NWU of I.I .e the persons descried in and who .ihscribed

Shubardt's I voyage of Juan de Herriera of 1576- j 1! Ida from her ;!I Approved by me this! lath day of June A. '; NE>4., Sec. 22, Tp. 5, S. R. 18 East, their names. to the forego-
lifeless Lourcey
body was picked : grandmother, iD, H'IS. C. F. HOOVER.
I J40 acres assessed M. H. Nettles.
15SC Bibliotica Nacional Madrid Mss '" Charter, and they s-e\er-
up. Lee was found to "be living but : Mrs. Capt. Matthews, late of New ., 6-18-4t. Mayer Certificate No. 17 embraces the \ proposed
that
lfo\e they
acknowledged
I me
4341.; folio 87, the writer after givingthe W1i ully
was dangerously' injured. i Smyrna.I of NW4, See. 25, Tp. 5. S. R. 19 xecuted the same the purposes
Both latitude of St. Augustine in 29 the above cific coast and in the various missior.s [ fe
men had been workers in theo I remarks and citations SO acres assessed Unknown. herein expressed.
l fields I idpgroes: of San Mateo> in 30 degreesof Certificate No. 43 embraces 4 A inSW.
for about fifteen years. The I we possess without doubt, a portion I I IN WITNESS I have hereunto set

accident is the first either has exper- St. Elna in 32 degrees and Gaule i, of the early history of these interesting also.The University of California at.: corner of N& of Lot 4, Sec. 31, .iv hand and affixed ray seal this, theist

ienced. which is between San Mateo and San- 1! ruins, the history of which will Berkeley, Cal., and at Santa Barbara Tn. 5. S. R. 20 East, 4 acres, assessed day of May, A. D. 1916.H. .
to Elena in 32 20 miutes Mrs. C. A. Knight (Heirs).
degrees
Appendix -i later be found in the "Archives of the where I obtained the number of Baptisms I' C. PEACE,
U. P. 439. I. Certificate No. 80 embraces the S4
SIC SEMPER PIIOOLISThe In the of Le 't Indies" at Seville, Spain when duly at New Smyrna during the Andrew j of NE'-i, Sec. 18. TD. C, S. R. 18 East, Notr Public.
Jacques de
map Moyne of
: translated. Turnbull 1CC7-1773.; expires day
occupancy i SO acres assessed Wm. Perry. j Commission tie
editor Marquees published: by De Bry in 1591 1 Nowhere in the cathedrals of Ha- I leave the reader to follow out his Unless said certificates shall be Octobr, A. D. !
of one of the smallest the river and town first north of Cape Cuba d"emed law. deed re-I. ( i C2-t
vana which I had the privilege of according: to tax
the ci- :
newspapers in the state is said to Canaveral is marked "Sorrochos"and I own course reasoning from -,
of ;i issue thereon the 26th day of -
on
have visiting as previously narrated y .
Time will
tations
received the following letter: "F. Sorrochos." I did I find one altar candlestick that i! quoted. eventually A. I). 1918. I LOOK GOOD- FFEL GOOD :

I "ease send me a few copies of the In the pursuit of Jean Ribeaut by I woufd correspond in ornate I determine when the proper records ;! Witness my official signature andrea No one can either ftf-1 good or look

Paper containing the death of my :Mer.er.dez the following narrative oc beauty and i ii I'.I are found and translated. !i ) this the 25th d.v of May A. D.I I good while suffering from constipation. ,.
i design to the photo of that restored -f -
; aunt J Also publish the enclosed clip- curs. (See page 158 Chapter IX.) ;. from the remains found I II i In the advancement and progress j HiG.] W. T. WEEKS. I Get rid of thatj tired, dr.iggy, -
P lDg of the marriage of by Capt. of New Smyrna I remain ( ? ) Clerk. tii-atment of Dr.King's .
niece who ,
lives my "The following day Thursday September -i I Matthews. Massive silver candalebra i lal [ lifeless feeling by: a
in Lebanon. And I wish C Ii i By R. A. WEEKS. I Pill Buy a box
after Life *
you sighting a second I John Y. Detwiller, New
6
would or 7 feet high and s-nailer, met ."-2 5-5t. Clerk. .
if It don't mention in your local column, French Vessel they made for a harbor -:, gaze, stored away in dark corners my of i, Hr.arIember Florida Historical ;|!,i Deputy I i I today, take one or twL pills tonight.In t

cost anything, that I have near at hard which; j the morning that stuffed, dull feel
proved to be SHERIFF'S
New Florida. I .
the vestries Society p
, *,<> bull calves hidden from the prying I : Smyrna, \IE at 8No.
for saK As my sub- that of St. Augustine and landing 1 I is and you feel better :
c on gaze: of those outside the pale of the Notice is hereby trven S. B. ing gore
"fnption is out please stop the paper. found that the other two vessels had church. I (! Denmark. sheriff of Bradford county, once. 25c. at your drggist. 2 r
Times Everywhere interest Piles Cured In I _
an was 6 to
are too hard to waste money on preceded them, having also arrived I 14 Day (, State of Florida. uH-.and by virtueof ,

; er.etc"".' papers."-Moultrie (Ga.) Observ- the same day, September 6. The harbor -I my shown visit when, with T explained the photograph the object of the of I OINTMENT Yojr druggist fat's will to refund cure my mocey cue of if Itclfc PAZO:*, I. that certain writ of execution is- 666 will cure CfcjIU and Fever. ;
rued out of and ur dr the seal of the
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I IJ and we hope to have this be red letter LIQUOR FLOWED I "' '''' ''' '' '' --
day for Lake Butler church. If '' '' ''' ''''""

J I' we are able to get into the church by
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Vast Store Found by Raiders at 1
that time due notice will be given in
Girard; Ala.
I i ii the papers. i Pure Ic

i County News Items The ladies of the Lake Butler church .

: will again serve ice cream in the park GIRARD, ALA., June S.-What i is

I, ,.: I next Saturday from .". to (t.: The proceeds probably the greatest liquor raid in .

will be applied on the building the history of the United States recently -

I" Interesting Facts Gathered During the Week by Our fund of the new church. I began in this little Alabama Our ice is made from water that has not hen contaminated

t Regular Correspondents. city, and is still under way. Led by

I' Junior C. E. ProgramFor State and Federal officers, a large with boiler compound or other organic matter
lA force of government agents and depu- ,
Sunday, June 18th, at 11 a. m. I
1 t ties swooped down on "the wettest generally found in steam boiler.
Forbearance Strong But : a
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the
444000000vJ040'C4 where they will spend summer.H. spot' of its size in the world" and con- '
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tress.
ow B. Weest has returned to Hampton fiscated strong drink to the value of
t 4 after an extensive trip to New Text, Ephesians: Winnie Mae Compare the
I' WCODLAWN PARK. at least $1,250,000.And prices you are now paying fir ice with the
4 4H Orleans, Philadelphia and New York. Cason. the end is not yet. Fresh raids ,

X4400000OOC OAOMr. On Tuesday evening Dr. and :Mrs.\ Song. have been made almost every day, as prices you paid before we came to town

; is business Middleten entertained a number of Lord's prayer. sleuths have ferreted out concealed :
W. L. Boffitt transacting :
in Highland and :Maxville this friends at their home on Church street Bible lesson read by all. stores of beer, whiskey, gin and other We Are Here To Stay. .
dinner Lesson story, part 1, Josie Bennett;
was serv-
i week. At 6:30:} a sumptuous brands of "wet goods," and it is expected -
} ed, the principal dish being an 8\k\ :2, Pearl Hunter; 3, Ruth Richard.
Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Rowe were visitors that many thousands' of dol- 1
in the Cracker Six section Sun- pound trout, stuffed and baked to a :Memorize: definition of forbearance, lars worth of alcoholic\ liquids will Co-operative Ice Co
delicious brown. Among the guestswere which is to control one's self when Manufacturing
I yet be discovered. The authoritieshave ,
day.Mrs.. L. Hicks, of Plant City, is visiting A. A. Durden, A. A. Futch, A. J. provoked. made rich hauls in almost every #
I with Bible J. Sims Gardiner '
i! : relatives and friends here. Nimmo and Mrs. Futch, Rawley and Questions answers: conceivable hidingplaceginneries, Agent.
The Dr. and 1lrs.Iiddleton Should we forbear each other? Col.
Ii : Mr. W. N. Parker, who has been Harper. store-rooms, outhouses, drug stores, Starve, Florida "
themselves social 3:13-Aubrey Dekle.
gifted en-
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visiting relatives and friends here, returned proved clubs, underground, behind blind par-
tertainers and the evening was a One reason for not getting into a
home to Pulaski, Tenn., Wed- titions and even at the rear of the "t
\ nesday. While here Billie made many most enjoyable affair. rage, Ecc. 7:9-Elmer: Adkins. home of :Mayor: Earl Morgan and on "", %%%%%%%
An election will be held July 11th What does the Bible of self con- -
say
4 friends who will greatly miss him. on Dekle. property owned by Tom Hudson, member I ____ ___ __ _____ __ ,
the of trol? Pro16:32WiIlie: -
for purpose electing a mayor,
r' Mr. J. C. Rowe was transacting of the Alabama legislature which
,e J I business in Starke Saturday. marshal, clerk and three aldermen.At Sentence prayers. passed the prohibition law designedto FODDER PULLING WASTEFUL + + + + 4-3' + + + + + + + .

t'l a mass meeting of the citizens of Bible drill.Business. PRACTICE. + LEGAL NOTICES f
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Crawford, of Miami drive the demon rum forever from .

:.' are visiting relative sand friends the candidates town the following were Dr. W.named E. Mid as the state. Events have proved that + + + + + + + + + + + + *
t, k here this week. : For mayor, the word Girard was virtually a Suppose that you took the lungs and

:Mr.:\ 0. J. Phillips was transacting dleton and A. A. MacDonald; marshal, C. E. Program. i synonym for "speak-easy" and "blind stomach out of an animal ? Would County .Ju I '' business in Starke Saturday. J. Frank Johnson; clerk, A. A. Futch; Sunday, June 18, at the home of tiger." : you expect it to thrive ? That wouldbe State of Florila. Hi Probate.In .
aldermen. C. E. Harper J. :M. :Maxwell Re Esttte 0 ,'. C. Deeeutd.
: Carter
r'.1 i Mrs. J. S. Mathis is on the sick list and W. L. Bugg. :Mrs.: Coleman, at G:;O p. m. When the raiding began, the militia a small loss to the animal compared To Cfila C.irtt Ada Carter. Joseph Cuter .
this week. We hope for a speedy re- Topic, The Usefulness of Good Cheer. was called out and the town was plac- with the loss of leaves to the corn Laura Carter' Florence Carter and Pearl
,. 'r. covery. Mrs. T. L. Barnhill, bf Fitzgerald, Text, John 16:24-33: : -Marion Rich- ed under martial law. During the disorders plant. Yet some farmers persist in Carter and all other interected parties,
Greeting
: :Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hilliard, of the Ga., is visiting her sisterinlawIrs.. ard. that attended : ;
the wholesale"cleanup" taking the leaves from their corn before You and each vf you are hereby totibJ
Wateroak section, visited here Satur- B. S. McCain. Song. one man was killed by a it is through using them. The that Ceila Carterr'as administratrix of UK .
L Children's Day exercises will be con- tale of J. C. Caner, deceased late of Bit* t
day. Prayer by leader. deputy. State troops are still guarding leaves of the corn plant are its food ford County Flo'ii'a.! has filed in the then
i ducted at the Christian church next
: t Miss Debbie Phillips visited at Bible lesson read in concern, expla- the vast stock of countrabandthat I factories. No matter how many rootsit named court J pdilion praying for an order
h Sunday night. A cordial invitation is of this court to !'e granted authorizing ltd I
t Lawtey Sunday afternoon. nation leader.Quotations has been collected. has
extended to the public. by Many arrests they can do nothing unless the Petitioner to take possession of and sell w .
I Miss Irene Rhoden and Mr. 0. J. on the subject, Bible or have been made, and several high officials leaves are present to elaborate the cording to law, the following described teal
.. Phillips visited in the Crcaker Six :Miss Beulah Dyal has returned to other literature, by all. are in danger of indictment. M. food which they gather. rotate as a p.>rti,!ti of the asset of the uH I
her home from Tampa, after a pleasant estate of J. C. Cai.rr. deceased, Ii 18 real out ,
I f section Sunday afternoon. visit with her grandparents Mr. Round table, What can I do to make .. Baughn, chief of the raider! declares C. McQuarrie: state agent for lying and being\ u> Eiadford county Fkmdi, t
t my community more cheerful ? that the town may be undermartial the University of Florida Extension and ili-scrilx-il as Mlows:
and Mrs.' T. J. Durden. Southeast
The Northeast garter; of the qairter
f + 4404J0900044044r Short talks' to be assigned. law for a year while the Division, reminds farmers that they of the Soutlion-t quarter of Section 17. "
r Season of prayer. countless I legal entanglements are Icing lose at least 48 per cent of the crop Township 6. ;South Range 22 East; Also the'
44 : ? C 4404C 040404 North half nf tF.* Southeast quarter of till
HIGHLAND. 44 Journey through Second Thess.' threshed out in courts. It i is:; not when they pull fodder. Fodder is us- Northeast quartet ,'Section IS, Township .
.. John Henderson. unlikely that the final settlement will ually pulled soon' after the the ear South Range L'2: L-ot : for the purpose of pif-
f" !' ;> 44444Mr. LAKE BUTLER. ing certain indebtedness of said estate. I
!> l' Bible drill.1'usiness. rest with the Supreme court of the passes the roatingear stage. The ear <,
4 Therefore. >ou end each of you, and all otttr -
: Harry Wim'.crly and little Miss A. A, United States. Yet this colossal booze i is not mature then and roots and stalk interested "I'art'-! are commanded thalt lty -,
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hp Winifred scandal has taken in ing all other u-iit>s aide, you will be ,
Wimberly went to Green place a so-called cannot mature it when the loaves are m' SUrkt
(On) laM Sriday evening Miss Mollie DEATH) : OP HERBERT: ALVAREZ.Heibcit appear before at my office! in 7lirndford
t Cove Springs Sunday to visit friends "dry" state."You' i county. J lorida, on Thursday the '*
for several days. Thomas gave a party in the park for would be, amazed! l beyond! power I gone.Mr.. McQuarrio recommends cuttingthe 'I' 2 uth day of .luly: V I>, l"li! .. at ten o'clock -
A. :M., to fhnx co,-e. if can why I i
any you
her Sund:1sl'hool class other
Mr. Robert L. Crews pave his many and [ ) Alvarez, a 'oungman) well of expression I to see' tho--o sevenwarehouses whole plant a little later insteadof I. should not truant *,.e. prayer 01 said petition.liven ;
I ,, friends here a surprise Sunday by going friend Many delightful outdoor Known and universally liked, died at stocked with ronfisiati-il: fodder pulling. If the stover is cut I (; uinlii. mx l hi nd and seat 1 at Starke, A

: a, I to Starke and bringingLatk a games were indulged in and delicious the home of his grandmother, Mrs. II.I. ). liquor| ." said Mr. Baughn a fear lays when the dow! i i.s off, shocked in .s' small' .Rrailfnnl.f June .\(.'",D.,,.1)11':'.! fi.iriila. THIS the 14th diy ,1: I

I !bride. Mrs. Crews was formerly :Miss refreshments were served. At a late L. Alvarez on Clark street, about ago. "And there is plenty sno.v to bo shocks, and tied well it will keep in <;i.O: A. \RDIXER. .' !

a. : Annie Malphurs, and is aery iharmir.g : hour all departed, declaring to the noon Thursday, ..TunlJth; the cause dug up from the cellars and tv; ? wuod spite of the general impression that f.-16-Jt.County; JIHTI ,:;! Bradford tSE.\L'C inty, Florid I'

t a 'ounglad '. hostess that they had spent a most enjoyable of his death being tuberculosis.The Squads of deputies are kept busy corn in Florida cannot be cured this: ------- -- -- -
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.,. t Mr. George Wilkinson was visiting evening. deceased;;; was!' born in Starke making new seizures, although; it will way. No GGG will rure Malaria or Bilious ,

:friends at Rjiford Sunday. :Misses Elvie Fowler Nettie Maines[ :May2'[ : :}, ISfMi! ; ;, a son of the late Mr. take almost a month to empty into the Fever._ It kilU the ,"

r :Messrs. Harry Wimberly and G. E. and Clara Stewart left Monday for fl'lIttI'al''z.: Two years ago he !became river what we have on na'I-l. But THE VERY: IIIG11'OS'f\ ; OF PRINTING --- germs..pf -

Wilkinson made a business trip to :Madison where they will attend school. victim of tuberculosis, and the the problem of disposing' of these + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
r "elhvood last week, leaving here on :Miss\ Edna Epperson left Mondayfor i dread disease constantly grew worse seizures will rot be solved vi'hout j! + + = r i
Wednesday and returning Thursday. Gainr-s\ ille to attend the summer I one of the hardest fought 1, t
and for the past five or six months ho legal attics + *
I They drove through;; in Mr. Wilkinson'sar. school there. I has !been confined to his room. Of ever seen' in Alabama. Very few buyers of printing really CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING ,
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,. Mrs Dr. Anderson and son, Thomas, know why prices are advancing. Someof
) late he had lingered between life and} "Tho dealers who are now bagging, ; + + *
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Rev James Strickland, of Welborn, of Live Oak are spending' a few days death and had often }boon for the state to spare their .ihisky them probably believe that the increase -
near dying.
was a business visitor h('re Saturday. with Grandma Richard.Mr. Thursday evening of last week deserve: no sympathy. Thoy knew that is an added profit for the printers. For Sale or Exchange

I :Mrs. II. C. Wimberly was Chopping : Hubert Edwards is spending one of these times and was Ithe I prohibition law went into effecton This is not true. In reality, the __ ....-.* i
: few days] in Gainesville this week. a report was I I printer has hard time his I
in Jacksonville! Monday. current that he had died, but which May 1, and they were warned in a making trade
I :Mrs. II.( K. Roberts and Miss :Marion usual small the TO TH.-\nE-: ; acres of land to I
in face
Messrs. II. A. Godwin, D. L. Ripby, fortunately, proved untrue at the time. time to get rid of the stock. The profit of the | Gra
t ;. Richard spent several days this increased cost of material. The for automobile.; mile from I
l E. Wilkinson and H. C. Wimberly, The deceased had the benefit of the trouble was;: that they had dependedupon high C16tLt
Jr. attended the week visiting:; relatives in Gainesville.Mrs. prices do not ham. J. C. I'-arry: Graham. i
W. 0. W. meeting at best medical talent and had the most men higher up who had promised mean more profit to ;: ,
Staike Friday night. [ R. L. Brooks and children, of tender and unremitting care, but it protection if the dealers continued} neither the printer, manufacturer or FOR SALE-Comfortable- house with I

,r. Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Godwin, of Winter Jacksonville, are spending some' time was decreed that he should not he long operations. And regarding these men dealer, as shown by the following table eight rooms aid bath and 5tt acre :; .

Haven, arrived Wednesday to with her parents, )11' 'and :Mrs J. R. for this world. higher up, there will be big surpriseswhen which gives past and present lot in Hampton. Reasonable terms. ', ,

speed some time with Mrs. Godwin's Terrell.Mr The they are exposed. They will costs of raw material: II
deceased leaves to mourn his Write :\Ir-. Annie E. Young, Hampton
father, :Mr.V.. F. Grand. : [ ?. II. T. Piiester and children are departure, among near relatives his in all probability, he prosecuted. Evidence Anniline Colors_____ _Normal 40c lb.Now Fla. '
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Mr. H. C. visiting relatives in Floradale.Mr. Ib. _
Wimberly was a business mother Mrs. L. is now being gathered against $20.00: -
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visitor to Jacksonville : and :Mrs. S. A. Draper and family Bleached: __ .
Thursday. a younger brother, and his: grandmother them. They combined for the purpose Sulphite Normal $:! n-; cwt. FOR SALE-Good; sound Florida
t ; Miss Agnes Wilkinson returned are spending several: weeks:: with Mrs. D. L. Alvarez, whose of supplying the whole of Alabama Now :{t7'i; to 4.2.3: ; cwt. raised hose: young and works gentle >r

t home from Brooker Friday, where she relatives at their old home in Tennessee. home was his.; as well as part of Georgia: with Bleaching: Powder______Normal 1'ic. everywhere; not afraid of automobiles
+ has Wen attending; normal school. Now l"c. and unobtainable after t
contraband
The funeral will take place this goods. ( ) \ and extra good in woods I
Mr. Joe Padgett of Jacksonville Miss Ruth Page, who has been' a Soda Ash----------Normal
was GoHenderson is fi.V.: cwt. Theressa. I
( Friday) morning, Rev. W. G. Law, strongly in favor cattle. J D- \V. Moore, !
seeing our merchants in the interestof teacher in our school, left last Fridayfor of the First Baptist church, to conduct of destroying: all of the contrabandthat Now 2aic lb. unobtainable) Fla. 6-2-Ct. !

the Stringfellow, Padgett Co., on her homo in Glasgow Kentucky. the services. The interment will has !been sei/ed, and so are other Rofcin_ _________:._.Normal 3.7o: 1 bbl.1 -j

Wtdnesday. :Mrs. J. T. CorllEttf, Lake Park, be' at Crosby cemetery.The officials. But the liquor interests are Now $r..75 bbl., For Rent !

P Ga., is spending a few days with her bereaved relatives have the determined to save it. There is Satin White_____ _____Normal "c lb. _._ __ __ __- i
s I :, sister, Mrs.[ A. R. Ware. a possibility in ,;
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4$441:1.\ 1,1 1Q i 4T sympathy of all and they will not be that the owners of the hugh Now 9c Ib. FOR r.EXTTbr angford place

? 4 :Mr. Sherrod Triggers spent Friday alone in mourning the loss of the stocks in question will make an effort Casein______________Normal fi'ic Ib. the western {.art of town. Six room i
and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. C. II. to Now lb. Lcrcs land. Ed Born- I|I
HAMPTON.: quiet, courteous, g-rnerous.boy, who secure relief from the legislature. Oc! house and 4 of
Driggers here. I has for all loved him. Some of them have pointed out thata Alum_____ ____________Normal Ic Ib. sed. : C-lWt. l
.' .?- '!> 'Y \!> 'r ,;., i' ,.54 :Mr. I). F. Floyd has taken the con- I gone. we precedent in such matters Now 3c lb. -+---- --- is !

Rev. L. W. Kickliter, of Stark, was tract to repair, the Masonic[ building.This I :Mrs.: E. M. Thomas and family, accompanied has!' been established, in that already during Fourdrinier Wires-Normal 29c!) sq. ft. 0. Gardiner; the market residence man i

shaking hands with friends here Mon will be a good improvement.Quite by Mrs. L. V. Moore, mo- the session of the legislature in 191. Now 39c lb. building an excision! to hn i

I day. a number of young people tored over to Palatka Thursday to a resolution was adopted granting Thirds and Blues____Normal $!.:;.' cwt on Cherry street, opposite thedepo I I.

Prof. R. A. Green, of Starke, wasa "pent Sunday in White Springs. Alsoa spend two weeks with relatives, going whiskey owners of Alabama time in Now 2'4c? lb. 9 or 10
number went to Worthington.Miss 35 old :height 5 fet
pleasant visitor here during the which to years ;
a past of
by the way Orange Heights and remove their large stocks wore
Irene Edwards is about : pounds;
130
week. visiting rel- and JAIL DELIVERY inches; weight
Hawthorne. Miss Edna Thomas, the dispose of them. TOOK PLACE Lake
y at \es in Norman Park, Ga. this week. small mustachp. At the 1914
F. G. Schell
Supt. was seen on our driver, made the trip in three hours LAST SUNDAY NIGHT old neg1
Butler fair he'robbed: and
streets Monday. -
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without a stop or breakdown PAPER VALUABLE
Rev. E. M. Henderson, of Waldo, Christian Church Notes. (Continued From Page 1.) beat him and ifft him for dead;

tilled his regiular appointment here The Sunday school at Raiford is JACKSOX'ILLE.The Florida case was continued from the circUItcourt sprin.r

1 last Saturday and Sunday. At the doing the best work for a long time.now Metropolis announces that W. R. Car- A Chicago firm is advertising for have not been caught at this writing. term to the fall term of the

t' Sunday night service the building was The attendance is better, the interest ter and Rufus A. Russell, founders of housewives to save their old news- Those who made thei rescape were: this year.

4. well filled, and the sermon has won growing and the teachers and officersare the Metropolis, who retired rom papers, books and magazines. The Henry Bing, between 28 and 40 i Jim or Joe ;Franklin, black color,

many compliments. reading special books along the management of the paper on July active company offers to pay Ic. a pound for years old; ginger cake color; height 18 to 22 years lId; height about 5 V* _.

:Mr.:\ and Mrs. C. M. Sparkman and lin3 cf religious education. 21, 1913, in favor of George A. Mc- books and magazines and 12c. a 6 feet or more; weight, 170 to 180 4 inches; has a-long peculiarly sbar._ j

Mrs. .Henderson, motored over from The Lake Butler building is not yet Clellan, have resumed control, acquiring pound for old newspapers and will pounds; wore small mustache and had head; no mustache. lIe is m for II" -i

Waldo, Sunday evening to attend ser- ready for use owing to the fact that the interest of Mr. McCIeUan. Mr. send a wagon to the homes to collect been a train brakeman. He is wanted sault with attempt to murder, assaw _|

vices. the windows had to be made to order.It Carter resumes his old duties as editor the papers. The war has shut off a by the S. A. L, A. C. L. and F. E. C. ing a sleeping colored track banj .|

Clifford Kalch and Cleon Penny- is now hoped to have the first ser- and Mr. Russell his former position as large percentage of the pulp making railways for stealing goods from cars. a work train car almost kilbngjalso

jvacker, left last week for Philadelphia vice the fourth Sunday in this month, 'business manager. material, and old newspapers, magazines Richard Simpkins, alias Richard charged with breaking ">
I etc., are valuable.
Schumpert, gingercake colored, 30 to of the car. "
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