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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 23, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME 38. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1916. NUMBER 51.

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QUESTION OF WAR BETWEEN U. S. I NEARLY QUARTER OF A MILLION




AND MEXICO UP TO CARRANZA SPENT BY FLORIDA CANDIDATES "




PRIMARY ELECTION PLANIS
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BOY SCOUTS PUT ONE OVER ;
I AN EXPENSIVE LUXURYFinal

ORDINANCE 2ND. REGIMENT FIRST NINE; SCORE 7 TO 4

VIRTUALLY ALL MOBILE TROOPS ,
'I Campaign Expense: Statements

Youngsters Were Right On the:. Were Filed Last Friday Bj

OF THE VARIOUS STATES ARE AT TO BE DRAFTED ORDERED OUT Job Throughout Game At Office Seekers.



BY ATTORNEYROAMING BY GEN.FOSTER Duncan-Park According to their sworn statements

PRESENT MOBILIZING AT CAMPS The local camp of boy scouts gavea candidates in Bradford; for county county and district spent $offices :!,--

i good account of themselves last fl::.83: as campaign expenses.

OF COWS WILL REGIMENT IS MOBILIZING Thursday afternoon by defeating the Takingnl'adfold'ls an average
Guardsmen will Concentrate at I newly organized first team by a score county and multiplying by the numberof
NOT BE ALLOWED IN CITY': AT BLACK POINT CAMP 7 to 4. Good fielding and base run- counties in the state it is found that
EXAMINATION
Respective Camps From CONCLUDED i iI ning coupled with consistent hitting, candidates: for county and district offices -
I proved too much for the older team, throughout the tate spent $12"-:
Committee on Waterworks Will Con- Seven Starke Young Men have Enlisted 178,1(5 in their efforts: to be nominated.
Will Be
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Which They : handicapped it the
Certificates Awarded to Twen- as was by absenceof statements
According ; filed with the
fer With Bond Trustees i Concerning For Service in Machine a number of its regular players.The :
secretary of state candidates for state
dered to the Border.
ty-three Examinees. Water Meters Gun Company.The game, which was called at 4 and national offices spent 8331763.

o'clock by umpire )Moitt proved to be This makes a grand total of $210,495-:

The June examination at the Starke intensely interesting throughout. The 7;!) expended to accomplish the nomi-
NATIONAL GUARD High School of applicants for teach- The city council met in adjourned : Jacksonville :Metropolis of Monday scouts opened up the first inning witha nation of democratic candidates for

ers' certificates came to a close Mon session June Pth, with the following contained the following anent the slugging bee which, with a couple of national state and. county offices in
FOR PATROL DUTYNo day. Those who received. certificatesare members present: j mobilization of the Second Florida errors by the first team, enabled themto he state of Florida'',
as follows: E. Matthews: chairman; J. W. | regiment, following a hurry calll for shove five the Last Friday was the day for filing
First Grade. Andrews Jr., S. A. Bryan J. \VI| more troops by General Funston: When the first runs team across for plate. final statements under the Trammell S
in their
White. Companies comprising the Second came practices law. The
Carl Scaff. | corrupt statementsof
half of the inning with the
Additional Troop MovementInto Second Grade. Minutes of the last meeting read Regiment Florida National Guard boated expresssed Bradford county candidates show
Mrs. Bynum Perkins Misses Rossie and approved. I at Ocala Brooksville Orlando, intention of evening up the score, onlyto that they made the following expendi-
Mexico Contemplated at Rosier Eunice Robinson, Meta Hodges The committee on waterworks was Lakeland, Plant City Starke, Wau- be retired in the one, two, three tures:

This Time-Daniels Orders Minnie Dowling, Mildred Crosby, Sar- instructed to confer with the bond chula St. Petersburg, Tampa, Miami, order, excitement on the side lines For state senator:. A. D. Andrews,
ah Jordan Messrs. L. E. Crosby Shep trustees as to the purchase of water'I Key West Arcadia and West Palm went to fever heat and remained there $198.80; W. E. Middfcton\ $62.65.

Several Warships to Both Thomas Roland Anderson Julian Collins meters. I Beach have received orders to reportat throughout the game. With the exception For member hous of representatives I
Chief of Police Silas Kite was instructed their respective armories prepare of three runs tallied in two : D. F. McDonald $21.90; W. G,
Mexican Coasts.WASHINGTON Third Grade. to have the necessary repairs I equipment and get ready to proceed to innings, the: scout battery and infield Seals, 51.64; Joe HiU Willliams $61.-
Misses Eva Williams, Bernice Par- made on chairs in the council room. j Jacksonville for mobilization at Black held the first team scoreless, while 87; E. L. Crosby :$31,05:; ; A. S. Crews
The tax collector was instructed to [ Point, near this city. Orders were issued $30.25.;
ker, Gertrude Thomas McKinney the
May -j ( good hitting and base running of
June 18. Virtually
Julia Anderson Eunice Hazen advertise lands delinquent for taxes by General Foster following the For county judge T. J. Dekle $40.-
the entire mobile strength of the Messrs. Louis Taylor B. M. Hazen, to sell the first Monday in August, !:' receipt of instructions from Governor the youngsters increased their totalto 60; Geo. A. Gardiner $60.
National Guard of all the states and Steve Lewis Alga Thomas. Trammell, commander in chief of the seven runs. For sheriff: S. B. Denmark 152.
the District of Columbia was ordered The grading committee were, Mes 1916.Reductions were allowed on property National Guard. Governor Trammell The pitching of Jim Kickliter was 50; W. J. Epperson !V1G9.85.

mustered into the Federal service to- srs. S. S. Dowling, and :M. S. Hayes of N. B. Hull as follows: I| was last night apprised by Secretary the sensational feature of the game, For clerk of circuit court: H. C.
night by President Wilson. About and :Miss Gracie Fogg. !. Fractional block 3, from $360 to1 I 1 of War Baker of the calling out of and it was largely due to his efforts Richard $288.10V.. ?. Weeks $231.39.:

expected to respondto Those who tried for certificates numbered $150. i f|! the National Guard in every state that the first team failed to pass thirdin For school superintendent: 0. L.
100,000 men are forty at first. Then Mr. Brink- Lots 10 and 11, block 16, I... T. & and was requested to cause the mobilization seven innings of play. The workof Mizell $51.20; E. R.- Poppell $l,O.62;
will be mobilized
the call. They Co. addition from $4:: 0 to $300.: i i. of at least cne regiment. F. G. Schell $70.36; K A. Scott $151.-
ley Hayes dropped out on account ofa Charles behind the
bat and
immediately for such service on the serious and Mr. Lots 2 and 4 and West forty feet of ;[;I General Foster this afternoon issued Ensey 50. t
injury Gray Kelley
Mexican border as may be assignedto fainted in the examination room and lots 6 and 8, block 15, from $6000 to a formal statement to the Florida Metropolis the clean fielding and hitting of Harold For county tax assessor: J. C. Byrd

them. j[ had to be carried home from illness.Of $5500. i I|I stating that a recruiting sta- Wall deserve special mention and $68.65; N. D. Wainwright $94.60. d
General Funston commanding the the remaining thirty-eight it is The city attorney was instructed to tion has been opened: at Tampa to recruit if kept up will soon put them in line For county tax collector: B.\1. SI

border forces, will designate the time probable that some were too much affected draft ordinance to prohibit the roam the companies in the Second regiment for promotion to first-nine position. Dowling $83.80; G. \V. Hazen $63.45;
of the streets of Starke. I to full footing and to Although this only J. Vernon Jones $80.0. t
and place for movements of guardsmen by the shock caused by their ing cows on I up peace was a practice
comrades' misfortune to do their best, Silas Kite was allowed $50 on his secure sufficient enrollments for full game, it showed conclusively that For county surveyor: Geo. E. Kel-
International line the
to the as I
I and the extremely hot weather duringthe commission for collecting taxes for war footing. Instructions calling for Starke has some excellent material. ley $6.For.
occasion: shall require.In the opening of similar station in this member school board: L. W.
time was also against active brain I
announcing the orders Secretary work. However, the showing is, 1915.Ordinance No. 84 was read the first city for like service in connection with MR. FOSS IS DEAD. Kickliter $8; J. C. McRae $13; J. E. 'o''
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Baker said the state forces would be the whole, good. time by its title, "To be entitled an the First regiment will be issued this Douglass $18.50; X. E. Roberts $18; p
employed only to guard the border i f m ordinance requiring abutting property afternoon. Chesley Fog$8; T. B. Pinholster ,

and that no additional troop movementinto Ed. Thomas, a merchant of Lake General Foster stated that several Words come from Boston Mass., 1915.
entered into the that Mr. James H. Foss died commissioner; J. J.
Mexico reasons designationof there For county :
were contemplated exceptin Butler was in town Tuesday. (Continued on Page 4.)
pursuit of raiders.Simultaneously the Second regiment, which does recently. Mr. Foss will be remember Blackwelder $13: ; A. H. Willliams ;l
with the National -- --- not include any of the Jacksonville ed by the older citizens of Lawtey as $13.99; W. R. Alderman! $13.00;
I' companies, the first being that its a large land owner and investor there R. J. Andrews $2// .20; J. B. Crews $9; y'
Guard call Secretary Daniels of the j GUBERNATIONAL CONTEST NOT commander is the senior in line in the during the 80's, and it was he who C. A. Roberts $15.2:.: S. T. Dowling
navy department ordered additionalwar I Florida National Guard. The second platted sixteen sections in the north- $14; J. H. Moore $32: ; M. :M. Griffis
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vessels Mexican: waters on both reason advanced is that the Second ern and western portion of township $8; J. L. Underhill $>>: JE.. Adkins
coasts to safeguard American lives. regiment carried a full complement of 5, range 22: into "Woodlawn Park. $11.50; II. D. :May $11.75: ; James: Reynolds -
At the war, navy and state YET SETTLED BEYOND DOUBT i officers, whereas this is not so in the He wrote a book on Florida which S13.4fi; A. Surrency!: $9.75.:
ment it was stated that no depart-I First regiment. The third reason assigned though erratic, was interesting. He For justice of the pence: W. F. Mal-
vices as to the situation in :Mexico at the last regular inspectionit I did much for the upbuilding of thee phurs $1; J. C. Poppell $1.45; W. T.
, had to the appeared that a large number of th Lav.ley section. Reaves SI; J. K. Stephens $1: B. D. S
new or
I come precipitate t- '" nnie' in the Second regimen t Kelley SI ; :M. J. ?alp; $1; II. I.. GatI -
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. ders.Within were better equipped for federal sec.j :\lr..J. T. Amberson a successful I I lin SI: : B. L. Blanchard $1.
the last week, however
two
; BE MADE NEXT MONDAY ..ic('. electrician of Birmingham, Alabama, For constable: II, B. Bennett SI;
I I tension has been increasing steadily.The U. S. SOLDIERS Tl. designation: of the Second Florida -" recently joined his wife and child here: J. II. Lowery S(:: J. f. Prevatt S2.: I 0;
crisis presented I by Gen. Carran- regiment for f first duty on the'at' the home of his father-in-law: ., I .Ju'oh.J. Johns $I0; M.? :M. :Morgan SI;
za's note demanding the recall of '[\nolt Still Holds to Belief That The Mexic: \border was received with di s-i:iJames Kite, for a two-weeks' vaca1 G. :M. Richard St.: .'.0'i.: W. Sapp SI;
! Gen. Pershing's expeditionary force KILLED BY MEX.:1: Lira tlisuppointmi nt by both officers: 1 tinmiI He i i.< accompanied! by his friend,, I I.em Sap! SI : J. ;M. Rogers ?1 : C. N.
Second Choit'ott'' Will !Put '
has teen followed !by a virtual ultimatum and n "n of theksonville po.-t. Al i:' i :Mr. L. 1.. Watkins also: of Binning- -- k
served on the American officer Him in the Lead. reparation had! !been made for th, I ham. (Continued on Page 4.)
mobil; ation of the First Infantry. Tharmor < I
Gen. Tiexino the :Mexican -
by commander I '
: : hlE' rr.Uv i ;, rosy place -
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; in Chihuahua. To this was Clash Occurred at Carrizal 90' The conte.-t for the govornor.-hip issill 'luring the last 21 I l huuia, ur since the (,I

added yesterday the possibility that un.-ettled, and probably' will not receipt of th* first news that President : PRESiDE \\VILSOr NOMINATED
American and :Mexican troops had Miles Below the Border, l 1,1.: definitely determined\ before next "'.'i1.:()'r hn- de-rod! ort t I hi "\i-I

clashed acros.the border' from San Wednesday Morning.EL ; :Monday, when the: state canvassing itin i:r eopiucti'm with the :Mtcan: i t"
I Benito Tex.Administration. \board compo.-ed of the comptroller situation. I '
,'' officials made no attempt i the secretary of state aiVl attorney General; Foster; Las: given the second ,] BY DEMOCRATS IN SESSION
to conceal their relit tonightover : PASO Tex, June 21.-A detachment !! general will meet in Tallahassee and regime: units two d.vs in which t'prepare !
t' the safe return of Maj. .Ander {American cavalry da.-h- make the official canvas. The primate to move to Black \Point for ,
son's cavalry squadron to Brownsville ed with the Carranza forces at Carrizal law provides that this board mnhil.z:_iion. To the :lletrop.'li-- -
; after their successful bandit chase. about ninety miles south of the ,, shall meet on the twentieth day after aft'f'M'1 General Footer declared! that | MARSHALL ON TICKET
border early today, both, sides suffering : a primary election is held, or'soonerif ; he considered l this necessary as the I
The troopers crossed in pursuit of I heavy casualties, according to all returns are received and proceed order.fi\\ the War Department gaveno SCHOOL BOARDAPPROPRIATIONS FOR VICE-PRESIDENT
bandits in the face of intimations that {!( reports received here by General Francisco to the canvass. At last accountstwo ?|H"-inc time for mobilization. I
eJ they would be attacked if they did so. i I Gonzales, the Carranza comman- j or three counties had not yet forwarded The including of the Starke company -
r' Gen. Funston himself reported i that he der at Juarez tonight. i their returns. Way a mistake. It was!' mustered l Kern Forgets a Cardullr Prepared

4 anticipated fighting presumably with Gonzales announced officially that From the unofficial tabulations that out months ago on account of shortage i Speech and Simply} Says "I
Carranza Americans had been taken of mcTibcrship! \ every man honorably I
I troops. seventeen have been made Catts seems to have Nominate Marshall"COLISEUM I
Will Release Regular prisoners and that General Felix Go- a small lead over Knott, but :Mr. Knott discharged.;;
mez, the Carranza general, had been and his friends are still hopeful that Tu'''day! Sergeant Sam Raie. r.f I -
r, Mobilization of the National Guardsmen (;Gainesville! was ordered to Starke 1 by
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killed. According to Mexican authorities the official
canvass will show him toe School Board Met Monday and
: ST. L:iUIS
: .John W. Blanding, of the Second June.16-
r, to support Gen. Funston's line forty Americans were killed by h in the lead. Neither of them has Major
VicePresidentMarshall
is wil1l pave the way for releasing some machine gun fire in a surprise attack received a majority of the votes. Upwards regiment for the purpose:, of enlisting Made Appropriations for President Wilson and
but the :Mexican casualties not recruits for a machine guncompm were nominated by acclamation -
S0,00i regulars for immediate serviced 1 were of 80,0(10( people voted on thgoernorship <
to attached to the Sec- County Schools.The tonight the Democratic National -
d heay.I ) by
Mexico in the event of open hostilities so and the vote of neitherof
e with the Carranza government. I The American force is said to have the two high candidates reaches ond lejriment. The officer had the I Convention tft" ticket being
good luck to enlist seven recruits in a ".
been of scout patrol from Guzman 10,000. This situation arises from the completed four irinut"s before mid- '
p The guardsmen themselves could not part a short while, namely Levy John. Per board of public instruction met "
f returning to Pershing's line of fact that only a very small percentageof II night. ,.
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used Joe Willie! .
beyond the line without authority ry Kite C. Kite, Carter on June If'th' pursuant to adjournment -
communication. Carrazal is about nine the voters cast a second choice vote
i l of thehad Sendrv. Leroy Coleman and Bert Contrary to expectations, however,
congress and until in special session for the ;
miles west of Yillahumada, the Mexican I purposeof
lt' The latest public announcementfrom who : Gainesville; and the convention did net t finish its work
volunteered for that duty as they are field base in Chihuahua where either of the candidates is from I II John: w\nt to making the appropriation for the I
called out under the old militia'law.. the American prisoners are said to :Mr. Knott and was published in the from there to Black Point. different schools and all other school !because the platftrni was not ready,

The new law, which would make them I| have been taken Times-Union of Wednesday. Following I' purpose For the different schools and it will meet again! at 11 o'clock
available for federal I IX THE CIRCUIT COURT.The the following appropriations were I I Friday morning.
; any duty under the | General Gonzales said the Americans is the interview with Mr. Knottas
Jo"ernmt'nt. goes into effect July opened the engagement. Gomez it appeared in the Times-Union: made for five months' term: I It was announced i" the convention
' 1. 'I sent a messenger demanding that the W. V. Knott. when !seen last night following suits have lately been Highland $175; ; Dowling 1,5; Thomas! :||I that the sub-commitic drafting the

a The entire mobile regular in Americans retire and when they refused by a representative of the TimesUnion instituted in the circuit court for S425: ; ; New Zion $175; Brannen $:2uO; platform had finished the work but
it the United States several army he sent a second messenger on and asked if he had anything to Bradford county: Long Bridge $225; Lake Butler, 10 that the entire resolutions committeewas
provisional; II
regiments of whom the Americans fired. Then Col- say concerning the present status of Lawtey State Bank vs John L. Stals- teachers, $2,775; ; Raiford fi teachers, not assembled toss upon it, andit
regular coast artillery, onel Rivas Gomez the second in com- : the: gubernational situation stated: by and W. R. Whitehead foreclosureof : $1,450;:; ; Elarbee $175; Pine Grove $175; ; not known what then could be
Guard serving as infantry and the National i a I mand began the attack. "My supporters and the Democratic mortgage; amount involved 81 ijll. Lawtey $1,450;:; ; Starke, 10 teachers, done.was President Wilson's own plank '
t of Texas New Mexico and Ariz- i General Bell commanding the U. S. electors who have recently recorded $3.225: ; Rising 2 teachers, $425; Vanderbilt :
ona now are on the border or in Mex- I forces here was first informed of the their votes for governor in the primary W. G. Seals vs Cornelius Young et $425; Heilbronn 3 teachers charging conspiracy among some for-
11 lc- Definite figures have never been fighting by Mexican Consul Garcia are possibly awaiting my conclusions al, foreclosure of mortgage; amount $750; New River $175; Five Mile $150 eign-born citizens for the (benefit of

< made public but it is understood that I who said that there was no questionbut from the result of the primary involved $2800. Rosier $225; Midway $225; ; Brooker foreign powers and '. 'nouncing any
)II Funston has about 40,000 regulars and I that the fight took place, but he so far known."I Lake Butler Bank vs D. C. Witt, W. $950; Providence $750; Theressa political party which >enefits by and
; proba)ly 5,000 was not inclined to believe that any would say," continued. Knott P. A. Witt and W. F. Smith assumpsit $400; Pine Hill $400; Johnstown $400; does not repudiate such a situation, -
r rft or guardsmen, of I
';? whom more Americans were captured. General l "that the tabulated statement accord- damages $1000. Swift Creek $175; Brooklyn $175; was incorporated in the platform just .
,';. Gen- ten thousand regulars are with Bell declared no military action wouldbe ing to our present information shows Progress Clothing Co. vs Harry Graham, 3 teachers $750; Starke col. the President himself had sent it
., Pershing or scattered along his taken in El Paso until orders had that the o"ernor's'ote is exceedinglyclose Baumstein assumpsit damages $300. $550; Wateroak col. $125; ; New River, as It understood -. .
a. line cf communications from Nami- been received from General Funston.He between S. J. Catts and myself, P. B. Prevatt vs A. S. Strickland, col. $125; Hopewell, col. $125; Providence from Washington. was ,
the t
, quips, Mex., to Columbus N.1.: said his forces were ready how- and that Mr. Catts is leading by less assu-npsit damages $300. col. $125; Lake Butler cot that the President insisted: plank the '., ,,
.,.! Telegrams calling for the militia ever, for any demonstration from the that 200 Votes. We also have infor- Suits for divorces have lately been $200; Nebo $175; Cason $100; Pales- should be put in the platform in 1
i Were sent tonight to the governors of Mexicans. mation from many sections of Florida instituted as follows: tine$225; Hampton, 3 teachers $750; way he had drawn it.
au Minnie Langford Walter Lang- Dobson 3 teachers $150 Bradford 3 There was doubt of Pres-
states the three whose which indicates that many irregularities vs ; never any .
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8ro rd3inen already have Messrs. E. Scott and H. Freeman and errors exist particularly relating ford.Ed. teachers $200; Laytey col. $525; Mil- ident Wilson's nomination tonight, but _
* been mustered Strong Francis Strong. ler St25 Brooker col. $100; Beiling that vice- It ,
In, after Mrs. Jay S. Brown and daughter Miss to the second choice rotes vs ; there was a possibility some
the an all-day conference at Hazel and Miss Louise Bessent mo- "The indications are that when Amy Schiller vs S. G. Schiller. $175: Davis $175; Enterprise $200: presidential booms m .-bt be brought ''\0':
I" war department attended by Sec- tored to Kingsley lake Monday after- these second choice votes are correctly Eugene Seley vs Alabama Seley. Thurston $125: Zif $150; Brooks $175: in opposition til Vice-President
rotary Baker, Maj. Gen. Scott chiefContinued noon and after enjoying a real camp I tallied and counted they will put Georgiana Brown vs James Brown. Little Springs $750; Hampton, col. out -

# luncheon spent several hours on the Continued on':page 6.) j
( on Page 6.) lake boating and swimming. (Continued on Page 4.) Read the Telegraph. (Continued on Page 4.) ( ..

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L i Saturday June 24 7:30 A.M
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._ .I.. I r And lasting Two Weeks only. Again I am offering you my Entire Stock of First Class Mer-

.t candise at greatly reduced prices. I am not spending this money on advertising to fake

;t r I{ the public as so many merchants are doing these days, but I am simply running this sale

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, -.1.I,, dry. goods and shoes going up daily you should not fail to attend this Grand Reduction Sale.

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'"- : 1! 5.00 Shoes ______ ____________ $3.65 Ladies, if you: need a Summer Hat here in an opMen's I Belts, 50c. Value B. V. D. Underwear, Regular Prie $1 pC
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i I At This Sale portunity the house must go you, regardless pass of up.cost,Every as we do not At This Sale------------------------ Per Suit-At This Sale _____.__,___ OJU
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*: $.J At.50 Shoes This S a 1.15 intend to carry any of them over. Men's At This Belts Sale, 25c.___Value___________________ 19c39c Balbriggan Per Suit-At Underwear This Sale, Regular_ _. Price ISpecial 50c 43e
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r $.J.OO Shoes Hose for the Family Men's Suspenders___,_50c._____Value"_____________ ;
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I 3.50 Shoes .69 At1"This Sale At This Sale______________________ 19c
At This Sale----------------------- am going to sell our new style wash
t : ;,' $3.00 Shoes 15c.At Hose This Sale_____________________ lie Work At This Gloves Sale, 50c.____Value__________________ 39c Skirts, all regular $1.50 values,rt this Sale 98c7c
.t: : 41 At This Sale______________________ $2.49 25c. .Hose ,
,' I, r $2.50 Shoes 1 At This Sale--------------------------- Work This Gloves SaleLadies' 25c._u ValueAt ___________________ 19c Ladies Underwear
98
: a At'This Sale----------------------- 35c At Hose This Sale___________________-__ 23c 1 At This Aprons SaleMen's ,__35c._____Value_______________ 19c Ladies' Gauze Vests, Regular P/ici lOc
i $?.00 Shoes _________________ $1.390 Hose At This
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At This Sale At This Sale_____________________ 39c At This Ties,SaleMen's 50c.__Value____________________ 39c Ladles Sale------u----------r--- 79c43c
\ Shoes ______________________
$1.50 At This Sale
;: r At This Sale______________________ $1.1589c $1.00 At This Hose Sale_____________________ 79c At This Ties,Sale 35c.___Value__1_________________ 19c Ladies' Gowns, 73c. Value
'. << $1. ."_- Children's Shoes At This Sale______________________
.. At This Sale______________________ Hats and Trunks and Bags Ladies' Underskirts,
>, ,' Caps At This Sale _$1::5_value..___u__ 79c
$l.AOOt CThhldreSnls Sale--------------------------Shoes Any At Hat This in Sale the_store_____regardless__________of___cost___ 98c I am discontinuing my line of Trunks and will sell Ladies' Underskirts, Regular 73e; Value.
; I. I every trunk in the house at and below cost. At This Sale I ______________________ 43c
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i To those of my customers who attended my last Reduction Sale in January I need ..


say nothing further, but to those who didn't I can only add, "Be on hand Saturday, June '

_i_. r 24th. If you can't come the first day, come any day while the sale is going on, and re- [

t member these prices are good only during the two weeks' sale."




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a PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COr TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA f :3,1916. 1

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k .9.' .' ,, COW ORDINANCE TO BE GUBERNATIONAL CONTEST I NEARLY QUARTER OF MILLION i CANNING )I.\CHI !' : J 1

1 Bradford ll I i ittal DRAFTED BY CITY ATTORNEY i NOT YET FULLY SETTLED SPENT BY FLA..CANDIDATES. j
County Telegraph I J. F. Canon !has sold the

.' I, I II = I i Continued From Page 1.) !\ 'Continued From Page l.t 4 Continued From Page 1. i and apparatus formerly 1

i I. j Starke Canning Co., to a
ts(, j and Long Distance PhoneNumber i and it was s ,
I W.vl. concern, I
all that te 'in the lead. For this the
40 'owners on streets are to rte purpose
paved in the town cf Starke, Bradford primary: law was enacted and if it i is; The expense accounts all include the i M onday. Mr. Canova will >:

'I = : < u.ty, Florida to make connection to l< observed as to the first choice :th ing fee required: to have the candiI' more room for his cotton : : l .;} I ;
't I : Published ,.etklr. and entered as with the water main on said street votes it certainly ought to be observed ''date's name placed! on the official tal- Tress' : and plans to add : i ; ;
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plant next fall.! This a : j 1 !
; ircond class matter at the post-office within thirty days after the passage concerning) the second choice votes and i lots' ;
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aid approval of this ordinance and in if: there are many error and irregular-. I The statements of national and| !| necessary as last season, {
c. it Starke, Florida \default thereof providing that said alES in connection with the stcond[ state candidates filed with the secre-! ;! good work, the Canova gins i i :! ;

+ = connections shall be made by the town choice tallying and counting; this casts i tary of tate show expenditures as foli 1- :'ror.ized beyond capacity. |; !
f'. .j E.: S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Ownerfl. ] council cf said town and that the cost a greater turden upon me in duty tom i !lows< : i ;j ] : : !

feV r E. LAGERGREN. Associate Editor 'ifhe same shall! become a lien upon \" friends to see that the law i is; i: For governor: F. M. Hudson S3.96J.30 : .- K. L. Gray assistant ] ; ,
t :, the abutting property for which said faithfully! observed and that the tallying :' ; : Ion L. Farris $3S60.26; W. Y.I the town of Starke; on the l I!
i II - --- -" i ',r.. ection is made and providing for i: and votes have been correctly] tal- I Kr.ott S3.635.33: Sidney J. Catts SIv now going on spent_ ; : i < :

;, I is IT WAR the collection of such costs; with rea1 1 lied and counted and my oppoV.er.ts; !, 75i.i'F.; : ; A. Wood S3.sl6.56. 'End pleasantly in .:: I ;
-o-.z.be: attorney's fees; and rjrovidiriL' are granted the same privilege. They For railroad commissioner: S. A. Pab'.o'! Beach. ( :
'.'. a: certain street pavements shall;1 too are entitled: to a correct tally!! and i Bryan $1.11.66>: Royal C. Dunn: $44a.-
While: there hay really:! teen: an informal \!.'.-: : : disturi/ed: for a period of nve to a correct count. ISM : A. S. Wells $:*75.55; E. J. Ford Joe E. Wilson, of the !'
I war between the United I years after lain for the purpose of I "Manv cf my friends are assistingm : 1. $762.54.;: County Abstract Co., has i ) i
States and Mexico for some months, i!making j such ccr.r.eetion, and thereaftrr ? in carryin? on an impartial investizatio" For comptroller! : Ernest Amo $1,- home from a trip to [ j
looks; as though a formal war, to follow l.t l. only upon uch conditions: as may : relatir.j! to the status of the ; 9 957.9: C. B. Gwynn S2.140.10: ; E. P. New Orleans.! While awa !

,. t' !: a regular! declaration! is boat to I (he provided:' \ the :bw,*. council. votes in rrdH that! they may te: correctly Thagard $:'/'6.ii; A. J. Angle; SI.ii .-- eluded negotiations; for .. ; j j jt :
e i tart, and both nations are hurryir.gr Upon motion the waived tallied!: counted. I ;
rues were and I fully! I :).23.: > loan ..-'w-roved real
troops to: the f.eld. It will! rot be a and the ordinance was passed to sec- arprcate: the splendid support given L; Fcr seerearof state: I H. Clay his ad in another column. ::
'I f :bloody: war, but yet a long and tire (lr d reading. me by my friends and electors Florida Crawford $';15.51' : Adrian P. Jordan I :
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yorr.e one. The Mexicans will] never The ordinance was read the second i and I would feel l :
:.t : ur.wortbof their Sl.42S.7i-: : Tall, purple flowered I
h t, know when they are whipped.: We take tire by its title. confidence and their vote if'l did net For superintendent public ir.struc- growing on vacant j I

;. it That the' Naior.al Guard will te distributed Upon motion the rules were further use ;ome effort to see that the will!! of tithe ( .: W. N. shoo*; Sl.546.75; J. L. town, and as many they are now I' : :: :
t 1 j line, the along infantry the will 1300 mile] boundary the vraved and the ordinance was passedto people: i is honestly! ofcyed. KeUey *I. :&,2:3. wind will soon scatter the j )

guard com- third reading. "I am r.ot seeking: any rotes" ;said: For state treasurer: J. C. Luring: d spread large for : } :
i I I 'munication- Mexico, and cavalry The ordinance was read the third M r. Kr.ott i in conclusion, that were $1.5-34.13: J. :. Grir.er $1,770.05. an It is hoped a that the crop ; ; j :
will as hitherto, be chasing the Mex-
time in full and put upon j its passage. r.tt cat; for: me and it is needless: tosay For state chemist: E. R. Rose H' I.- will these useless] \ :
I ; ; icans. There will probably be but few destroy
: The roll was called and the vote was ; that! I would! not accept the n mi. 90. : f I
r : pitched battle! Beset Americans j ly; plant*.
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I i recorded a? follows: rfc'.k-n on stch'ote::. X ihr'ould ,t For commissioner of agriculture: : ; i
I on all tides as well as in the interior: Aye? Andrews, Bryan. Matthews, I "or.sid.rr ,
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: ; a man worthy of the high Vcrtice A. McRae $379.30.: f
1 I the Mexicans will haw Alonzo! the little /) ;
to give :
uworer P> White. I
: of governor of Florida: who For adiutar.t general J. Clifford ; : ; :
; or later l and good old fatherly! Nays None. : ofIr.: aid Mrs. W. C. ) ? f
J' r..t parr; for him. E. Foster 150. :
I II Uncle! will! section died TUE- 1
irertrous Sam have to take Watero-ik
Ab fo'rt-J. C. Wills. ;
would: the nomination For assistant auditor )I. C.hlr.tosh ; l
accept or. votesGAINESVILLE. state :
1- i i them in hand and renv-del their (oun- The clerk was instructed; to preser.t 150. June :!0th. an I the remains

; ; : i ... try and put them on their feet again ;c.me to the mayor for his signature i ; June 21-i fEciallA i For United States senator' : Perry tend' Wednesday at the : i I
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. 1 ('n the Mexican side this will be a 1 at.d make the proper, record thereof. peculiar!: and interesting situation G. Wall S1.5S7.50; Park; Trammell S3.- tern' near Sampson City. : :
Fi.! J .. foolish, Quixotic war. On our side i it Ordinance :'o. 5o was read the :first in the governor'contest has arisen; i in 63:3.;'; Nathan :P. Bryan $3,944.47: ; ; friends! ; of the family )' 1 :

,. '. :' I will be a righteous measure. No matt me tits title! 1j.1\, "To te tr.itl&d'an Alarhua 1 county.: In five of the pre- Albert W. Gilchrist $3, 5-1.6S. thEm in their: ereavemei.t. i iMr. } :! !I II
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I w what may be said in some quar- ordinance requiring all property'1 cinch of the county the inspectors; and j:I I For congress Fourth district: For- i [' !
I. ters about the ''I
f government favoring ; owners on all streets that are to b e clerks failed! !o certify as to the re- :rest, Lake: $1,947.; ?>: W. J. Sears $1,- H. R. Newman and l
j the oil and mining interests in Mex- i J paved in the town of Starke, Bradford i iI i i suits as the law requires, through in- i 597.45.I ; lately'; moved to Starke I} ; :f t
ico, the fact remains that something Florida hereinafter have all advertence. In Alachua No. j j cupying the River r I
county, to precinct i I For congress; Third district: W. L. : ,! ] : i l
w' must be done to stop the raid;? G n \I water connections with the water 3, which i is the only precinct t\hic I and Walnut i' 5 !

American tfo'rritorand' if American I| mains on said streets and all joints i in went for Catts and which went fo h'N:,. ; ; Stephens ; !;! ewman i is engaged in the j i >! I
b :" citizenship means anything we mu"t: i I said connecting pipes out to and beyond him by a large majority, this precinctwas Walter Kehoe $1.510.61. crosstie: business: out on i'
i surely put a stop to the wholesale; !' \ the curbing adjoining the property thrown out as to the Governor's For congress First district: S. M. ranch: of the Seaboard Air |[ ; !

i murders and cruel extortions perpe- of each owner respectively: exam- vote, and the other four precincts left i I Sparkman $1,130.95; Herbert J. Drane way. 1 ; t i
a trated on our countrymen in Mexico I j \wed and placed in good first class intact. The action of the canvassing I' S1.9S1.85. t II
s The Lord knows we have teen patient I i I condition at l least thirty days prior toi board didn't throw out the precinct as |I For congress Second district: Frank ODD FELLOWS ) ) 'Ci { 'f

t enough. i the paving; of said streets respectively, t othe entire ticket. Clark 225. I' VICE. :

GUARDING THE PORK BARREL. and in default of the said abutting On the petition of Sidney. Catts For judge Fourth circuit: Charles I I I l

property owners to have said connection for a writ of mandamus, Judge J. T. E. Pelot i 519.0; : George Couper Gibbs The memorial I
service of
I and joints inspected and placed Wills issued an alternative writ of j $40.84.; ,!
: The notorious rivers and harbors; i in good first class condition within the mandamus directed to H. G. )Mason For justice court Robert i 0. Fv May Lodge No. 10 '!I Ilast : I
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supreme
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: bill which was recently: passed by con- 1gress. me above required, said connection county judge, Oscar Morris, supervisor C. Cockrell Sl.115.05: Jefferson: B. ] Sunday evening in
appropriating nearly 344.000OOfi -1 I! and joints shall be inspected and placI of registration and R. B. Hodgson,, Browne $1,696.99: R. F. Taylor $:3 i5. ,> church, by: ReJohn ) t I I ; I
.I I After beautiful
t I' for work on rivers, creeks anr died I i in good first class condition by the county commissioner, a; the County For judge First circuit: Kirke Monroe Hampton a '
hart or?, nearly one half 1 of which is board of bond trustees: of the town of Canvassing Board, commanding them j I $337.76:: J. T. Wiggins' S594.66: !:rice, Mr. L. W. Kickliter. ] ;

,!' an unne'Esarvtene.; ; has brought t' Staike, Bradford county, Florida and to< forthwith allow the inspectors of JA. G .Car,"',bell $517.16: D. Stuart I I I of, the lodge, read a !
I' I out the fact that there are, after all], j! 1 the exrjense of same shall be a lien I the Alachua precinct No. 3 to certify I! Gillis' $592.26: : John S. Blard1Sjitj.. | to the deceased members of 1 I
f nearly as many honest men in conpress I, upon the abutting property, and proj j to their returns and to recanvass the i I For judge Ninth circuit: D. J. Jor.e ||1 J. F. Bennett, E. E. J I j .1' !
; as there are grafters and ;sel!f- riding for the collection of ;same with j I I'attorney's vote including this precinct or show $402.35; ; H. L. Grace $505.82.; 1 Jones, Wm. Tison, John I
: peeking politician For on its; final 1'' fee, and providing that'i'aid cause ;why they had not done so on I For judge Terth circuit: R. E. I i Bailey and H. W. Epperson '!
passage' the vote wa :','> in favor of i connections and jointshall be Thursday, June ?3. 1910, at 9 a. m. i i Brown $56.1.42; ; : John S. Edwards I j ing the only deaths in the !

the bill: to :;52 oppo-ed. with 29 !'enatorsr i repaired after the paving of ;such The petition: was filed on behalf of';' S.V: ';VO; W. D. Bel! $554.16.:; I Ii its organization here. : :: : l i
not voting. !streets only upon the terns and condition }Ir. Cam by Col. Furman Y. Smith, !i j'of For iud" Thirteenth circuit: FrancK Brother Mullady! then dE-l '
:\ I r Several senators spoke against the .- hereafter provided< ty the said Alachua, and Williams & Horde ': M. Roblpg $150.60. memorial sermon, taking | I II
&: bill in no uncertain term; Amon 1 town council. of this city. The contention of the at-1,I 1 For fudge Seventh circuit: James i and text from Luke 10th I Ito j'
"? : other Senator Kenton, of Iowa, said: : :., Upon: motion: the rules were waivedand I torr.eys for the relator is that the Suprern W. Perkins ?240.i i 32 verses. ;'' 1
., "This senate is about to pats a bill : the ordinance;; passed; to sec- <.> Court of Florida has decided For Seventeenth circuit C. L. The theme of his sermon ,' :: ;
judge :
t ,' which few senators had the terrerity 'ond reading.: that inspectors are appointed to pEr-1 i! ] $213.14.; lows j : On the road from ;,

.: to defend. You are appropriating i The ordinance was read the second form certain duties, that these duties I j jWil.-on.Fcr judge Second circuit: E. C. Love down to Jericho there .
hundreds of thousands of dollars f Gr''' 1 time by its title. are continuing, and until fully per I' $216. ', been a canyon or defile, a j I !

.;., streams where Congress has ordered Upon motion the rules were further | formed that they are still inspectors For judge Eleventh circuit: H. p. j, place for strangers to pass ] ;
-{ the re-examination and no report has waived and the ordinance passed to'> and that they have a right now to Bran $226.90. 1 The one side dangerous,
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f as vet }been: filed by the engineer;?. 1 third reading. I II come in and supply anything left out For judge 1g :: Fifth circuit: W. S. Bullock I cause' overhanging cliffs
., You are dumping hundreds of thouFar.d.5 I- 1 The ordinance was read the third 1 j I through inadvertence. $215.For light. Dark ]ledges and I
i : of dollars into !streams where 1 time in full and put upon its passage; I II II judge Eighth circuit: James T. I behind and withh which I

.1' commerce is constantly growing les I The roll was called and the vote re-1 JACKSONVILLE, June 21.-The I Wills $?15.5?. I rollers might hide. The er ,
.' and in some cases i is practically! not h- t f ir.cY u are makin- appropriations: Ayes-Andrews, Bryan, Matthews, I Gainesville :involve a seventy-four ma- I; Reeves $215. j i I travel. When the man had, ; I
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rt f for streams not over 1 foot in dept h. White. jority for Catts !in the precinct in ques For judge Third circuit: M. i i reason gone down on the i
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You I been attacked and left 'v'1;
are appropriating for others Nays-None. I tion. Home $265.
., where the tetimonb..fore; the Hou=e'' ent-WiI1s. It was stated at Mr. Catts' headquarters For presidential elector: M. Carra-j 1 neither i priest or Levite I

committee was that"you could not tell 1 The clerk was instructed to present: \i this morning that no similarproceedings ballo $.20: J. P. Clarkson $.50; H. L. ,j the danger of a similar oe !
: I when you crossed the river. You are i said ordinance to the mayor for his had been instituted in another y I Bethel $.25 J. Turner Butler, none. i i parsed down on the other 1 !
I' I appropriating!' hundred of thousand; approval and to make the proper publication section of the state. I For delegate; at large: Pat Murphy I' great thoroughfare of our [ '

i of dollars for projects which the army 1 of same. A number of Mr. Knott's friends and none John C. Ccoper $.78 E.L. capitol, Pennsylvania, some : !
'I! engineers have condemned. You are The collector reported collections admirers are in Jacksonville today for I Jones; $.08. ; '! was in like condition. i I

:. i about to vote from the treasury, in a for May: the purpose of attending a meetingthe 1 For Democratic national committee-1 Capitol street and four and j ji i i
( q f time of great national stress and :! From county for road and purpose of which it is said is i to mar.: Cromwell Gibbons $348.36 i| street, the lurking place for e I Ii
: strain, at least 20,000,000 in unjustifiable '! bridge tax .$621.72 decide finally upon the course to be. I John T. Crawfora none. ; i thieves j and here the \' i I'

projects. A fight against this :,s'From Silas Kite, fines 195.0 pursued since it is apparent that JI Ir" For delegate First district John A. j|' bag and other weapons :
method of From Sias! Kite licenses 14.25 | will : while only a hundred and
appropriating public mo n. Carts be accredited with the Graham! $::3.2' James W. Morris, Jr., i I
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'r ev is coins (,n. I risk the prophecy i| From Silas Kite, taxes _1024.80/ nation when the state canvassing ?.20. I: way, beneath bright lights i '
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1 that thisis the last river and harbor 1 board meets next Monday. I -.F delegate Second district L. A. throngs, lighthearted and : '
bill framed along the lines of the present I Total ._- __ _____ 1855.79 t Freleigh r $13.51; T. C. Merchant: $5.19. and women' "Passed by on i i! ;

I bill that will ever pass Congress.! The treasurer's: report was ordHedI YOUNG BOYS ARRESTED FOR For delegate! Third district: J. Will 1 side: .
Some day a Congress will be here that I filed as follows: Yen $9.24 Jo W. Williams I So the great highway of \
STEALING RIDE none. I
x, : will!! not consider those the greatest j General Fund ON TRAIN For delegate; Fourth district: John sides, on one is happiness, t )

I I statesmen who get the most out oft I i May, 1, to amt on hand uu__ 413.:21 Three Starke L. McWhorter Sl.rb.d contentment; on the other I j
the national treasury. Some day a j May 31, t oamt recd, fines __._ 1f15.0I young boys:! d'cidingthat row and despair and death: \ \
For state First circuit R.
; Congress will think along national} May 31, do, licenses __uu__ 14.25'May they would test the strength an P. Stout S303.18 attorney Robert H. Anderson: side, love and strength [e;

lines and not state and district lines, I'I 31, do, taxes u______-_ 256.20; truthfulness of thi warning published $! 8'.95; R. A. McGeachy: S507.46 W. snip, on the other, hatred, ?
.. t and that day is coming just as certainly i in the last issue of the Telegraps, M. Hurtenbach; S592.07. ; ness and fear. Into these I

; I: as tomorrow's sun will ripe. Total __- __ ,_______-_____-__878.69 attempted to steal a ride on a southbound For state Fourth circuit fellowship sprang, God- j
There are, of course, plenty of rivers May 31, amt paid out ______-_ 844.25 train last Thursday afternoon. Frank L. Dancy attorney S418.95; Arthur Y.: for the lifting up and giving '
and harbors that need be improved They found the statements entirely Milam 56430. and courage to the dying I
and which 31 hand ______ 34.44 and womanhood
upon money is well spent May amt on on "the
correct in and For Ninth
circuit
every respect were given state attorney :
But Road and Bridge Fund. Founded alone the '
improvements are often made on
where hand _.__ I a short time in the city calabose i in Alonzo W. Weeks $307.70; A. D. Carmichael God's it I j'
they do no good, simply to May 1, to amt on --$284.15 word stands, and I
$318.05 Ira A. Hutchinson
I please !some communities or corporations I May 31, recd from Co., Road & which to think over their rash behavior 38525. ; stood, to put into practical I *

f which the congressmen wish to bridge tax ___ __ ___________ 621.72May For attorneThirteenth circuit great lessons, of Scripture. l I
r favor or in which they themselves are 31, taxes --_____n___-_ 153.;? The city officials dislike very muchto : H.state C. Gordon $72. ODD
financially interested. It i is true that I be forced to such action especiallyin For Sixth

the army engineers examine and pass Total ___--______________-_1059.59 the case of young boys, but the A. McMullen tate attorney$357.95; W. R.circuit Rowland: M GILLESPIE-
upon the merits of proposed improvements I May 31, by amt paid out uu 34;.69 law is made for the safety of the public $467.65. -

?' for the guidance of the lawmakers and will be enforced, no matter For stnte: attorney Third circuit: One of the prettiest
: t but engineers in charge! of I :May 31, to amt on hand _u_ 751.70 who the offender. Stafford Caldwell $234.72.For have ever taken place in '
districts are but human after all and Interest Fund. ,
state Seventh circuit
cannot alwys be brave and !strorg I' May 1. to amt on hand _--___S17S6.00) Joseph H. Jones attorney$588.22.For : June solemnized 18th. at 9:30 Sunday I 1
.l enough to stand repeated assaults in May 31, reed for taxes _____ 409.g? HAYES IMPROVING. Not that it |
state Second circuit
attorney : presence of a large crowd, '
?l. the way of unfriendly treatment, I Brinkley Hayes! who had the misfortune 1 George W. Walker $120. few near relatives i < ,
newspaper attacks and social and business ;iMay 31, to amt on hand ______21.75.92 I to have his leg crushed by the For : tate attorney Fourteenth circuit because any elaborate were I''

ostracism.One Sinking Fund. train two weeks ago, and had it amputated !, : R. H. Biforl; 5125 had been made, but
of the Iiz I May 1. to amt on hand ____$635.55 is fast I I
most interesting a. impro'ing'ery and is I The following candidates have n itof maiden who gave her hand,
tures of the debate of the bill! wasotter the 1 j May 31, reed for taxes! uu__ 153.'' becoming reconciled to the prospect j I filed their third statements and thee the gift of her heart to her I

of several amendment looking )I having to use an artificial limb for ti 1 time was up Friday: was one of the sweetest and
to better method of May 31. to amt on hand ____.89.-' of his He is !
some distributingFederal ; 1 rest days. able to see and i A. D. Penny. CPI didate for state at.tornf'Y loved of Starke's daughters.
annroTJT ations. Senator Sh T. I[Iytat Waterworks Fund. be cheered by company, and has many | Seventh c tcuit.J. Miss Mabel Colley who
1, to amt hand ______$;455. o :
on I
roth, of Colorado offered this amendment callers His has much
case created \. Foparty: for congress, Fourth tinies with her childhood's I
Mai" 31 recd for taxes 51.'4 i
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: I ------ interest and every one in town is solicitous 'II i district Samuel Gillespie. |j

"That each of the appropriations for his welfare. He appreciates H. C. Sparkman, for delegate 11 The weddinj took place at ;
i 31 to amt hand ____ 540.64 '
May on
contained in this bill shall become 'I| Bond Fund. I this \'eTmuch. and thanks the large to national convention. I j jof the bride's parents, Mr.
available only in the event the states !Starke people for their interest; he i is ,, I I W. A. Colley in the southea
: :May! 1. to amt on hand __$44,747.00 also
I counties, (cities or individuals shall I thankful to Dr. Freeman, his ph c-1 i CARDS OF THANKS. i i per of Starke: and Rev. J. (
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122.80
May 31. by amt paid out i sician, and to Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Fr
r r pw into the treasury as part of the pastor of the First :\
oho'
same 20 per cent of the amount thereof. !I vatt, of the Commercial Hotel w' pronounced the solemn !
May 81 to amt hand 44,624.20Bills 'I
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." I on -- spare no pains to make him comfort To the Democratic voters and myli made man and wife of two I
were paid as follows
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This amendment was; warmlv applauded General Fund. !I j 1 iaN i: friends throughout the state-I want I ]beauty of the bride was I
Erinkley's 1 rrther. Prof. M. c. to thank you for i'e'1lm ]
your support her
as excellent in raiment
mlncae; !: butimpracticable E. ?. Matthew counciL 2.00 a ;
in some. Another amendment. ,1. W. mom 2.00.' Have[ *, is with him. They will probably at the primary election }held June' i cort suit white georgette I
Andrews
bv Senator Kenyon. of Iowa. J.v.. White do Jr_do 2.00 yet'rrn to Brook !'. their home, ina rth I cppreciate: this in the highest and accessories to match. ( ; ; ,

provided for the creation of a rermaro J. C. Wills do 2.00, -few days. degree. S. A. BRYAN. I After the hearty con I I

.' t w.t"I"'?:commission of fiverrpmtpl' A. S. Crews, treas. salary ____ 7.50 Drew Alvarez do ________--__ 4.00 tendd by those present
.I <5t uhoduty should bo to Invectiirate cuss Kite, salary: and fees ._ 68.00 Will Wainwright do ____-u_ 4.(Q I want to thank the voters of my ouple departed to take the : I

K> the entire sulu'ect of Federalwaterway Ed Burnsed, salary and fees __ MM !,, Allen Canova do _____n_____ 3.000Leo ( commissioner's district for their sup-' | board express: for -I
ti improvements and report to f. F. Hoover, mayor's fees __ ? > ;:!: Canova do ___ 3.00 port in the late election and especially ,' t they will! ;;1Iadef Folkdays >

% cfllress' their merits. Whateverr1T r. A. Futch clerk's! fees ----- 19.09) ''I''s i Will Baisden do ---u---_--_______ 5.00, those who so faithfully and voluntarily ing to Ft.
,r 5 are taken it is safe to presume D. E. Knight, atty fees case Ab Sydboten do __-_________ 5.00 bored for nomination.. I appreciat. i futrre home.
that in the future the. lid will be rut Robt. Leonard _. 10.00 the fact that I >:secured the nonation The groom is a pro perou; }

on the "pork barrel... Stake Telephone Co., phone Total 1 _._ 312.23, without any trading or combi- a young man of sterling
rent and long distance messages Road and Bridge Fund. nation whatever from friends or sup-j ; popular and much respected}
c A Doctor's Remedy for Coughs. -._-. 3.93 J. W. Andrews & Son, hauling S.! ,5 porters. R. J. ANDREWS. j j I known. The bride is one of

t t As a cure for coughs and colds Dr.Bell's John} Griffis, witness fee case I J. W. White, files and shovels 1.Quigley .60; lovable young ladies, of a :

; Pine Tar Honey combines these Prbt. Leonard ..... /-O ; Lumber Co., lumber Four Bowels Should Move Once a Day: position and charming
a remedies in just the right proportionto S. B. Denmark feed > has been \'enactive in
prisoner 3. 0 and nails 5.aS A free easy movement of the bo I i
do the most good for summer colds wand prominent! in social
J. C.
Wills auto service 1.00 N. D. Wainwright, bal on land els day is sign of
every a good health.
and coughs. A trial will prove the Silas Kite, feeding prisoners.. ;.00 for street _._ 42:!.6.; Dr. King's New Life Pillls will give will be much missed, but
value of this splendid cough medicine. ( Ford Garage; auto service 1.00 W. F. felt, scat work 86.40: you a gentle laxative effect without wishes of all her many 1
j
Dr. Bell's Pine Tar HoneoothE's the her and her husband.
+ Silas Kite, com on taxes 1915 50.00W. > griping and free The
irritation stops your cough, kill the L. Wall fire chief 10.00) Total ____ 524.77 poisons, your blood system of blood school mates in South
---- -- purify your ,
overcomecon'tipation
cold germs and does you a world of Markley Johns, fireman 5.00> The council adjourned to the next have their friendship was such
good. A 25 ic bottle will more than O aq Pf>,,elpv dn 3. regular meeting night! effect on the and entire an excellent tonic not fade by separation but
system. Makes
convince you-it yill stop your cough.! rh",. Ppplev do ..____._ 3. 10U C. A. FUTCH. I feel like li '. to love instead. The
you \nl! Only 25c at dru g- ;
At happy future for
: druggists. ((3)) Will Moitt do .. 5.00> Town Clerk. gists. t' the young

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FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. rAGE FIVE # IJ

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COCHRAN-LAMB ANOTHER SALE AT STERNBERGS STARKE'MAN BACK FROM 1 1


Bits of LocalInformation A romatic marriage- took place Friday 1 LAE the/ ChurchesBAPTIST. ] Large Stock to Prices.-be Sold at Sacrifice LONG. AUTOMOBILE TRIP J j ,

when Mr. Robert E. Cochran and 1

Miss Ethel Lamb were made man and Drove Car
Ralph Dyal Carrying
Readers of the Telegraph will not-
wife by A. Z. Adkins, Esq., a notary f
i public in Starke. The pair had arrived Good services morning and eveningat ice the page advertisement of X. Harry Sanders and Familyto

--,--.. in hot haste from Worthington to the Baptist church last Sunday. his Sternberp in this issue, announcing Home in Far West. 1'/1'f 1
The pastor preached in the morningand fourth semi-annual sale, to begin
c.un.1rtI Omr !u>rr.. "UhtUI ... have their wish to become partners Rev. Mr. tomorrow. The of these salesis 4
leye.ss Ire Mi .... .* r..... for life gratified, despite the object- ; Mullady preached at purpose -- .b t
night to the I. 0. 0. F. S
to clean the stock
up present to Mr. Ralph Dyal returned Monday
ions of the bride's, parents, Mr. and
There will be the usual services on make room for new goods, as Mr. by train from a month's trip to South
Mrs. I. F. Lamb. The in
was
groom next Sunday morning and evening to Sternberg's system of merchandisingallows Dakota, which was made in a Chevrolet i
his shirt sleeves, and the bride was which the public is cordially invited.
owned Mr.
of only fresh goods. touring car by Harry
Mr. R. A. Weeks is on the sick list T.1.. Hagan, of Hampton, was in not arrayed for the occasion, but the There will be the final report of the The sale will Sanders. Mr. Sanders brought his ; :
this week. town Thursday.Mr. flush of excitement had given a sparkle Finance Committee at the close of the present embrace everything family to Starke early last winter for

to her eyes and roses to he rcheeks I evening service next Sunday.A in the dry goods, clothingand a stay of several months and when ...

Mrs. D. L. Branning, who had been Jos. E. Wilson made a business which made unnecessary any artificial notions line. The ladies will findany'thing I they decided to make the return trip :

very ill, is improved.Rev. trip to Gainesville Wednesday.Louis enhancement of beauty. Sighs of relief SHORT SKETCH OF THE WAR they can reasonably wish for iii t otheir home in Silver City, South -

and satisfaction escaped the con- RECORD OF CAPT. J. W. WELLS.The in the way of dry goods, trimmings I Dakota employed Mr. Dyal to make

J. A. Hendry was in Gainesville H. Hill, Lawtey's real estate tracting parties after the notary had millinery, reaj '-made garments, un- 'the drive. The trip required three

:Monday on business. man, was in town Wednesday.A. tied the knot in the of few ( following derwear shoes, etc., also outfitting weeks' time but stops were made along
presence a paper was read by
I for children I i the route wherever there was bautiful
whether
Miss: Amelia boys or girls.
witnesses.The Ray at the June
Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Miss Florence I S. Crews, Esq., was in Lawtey I of the U. D. C. Capt. Wells has meeting beena The men will find clothing, hats, I country or historic landmarks to be
from Idaho and
last : in groom comes seen, thus reducing the actual running -
Monday Jackson I Thursday
Canova spent on professional business. resident shirts shoes and
of Starke for up-to-date furnish-
here he some
though a stranger made a years time considerably.In .
ripe Mrs. Ida good impression upon all he met, and past making his home with his daughter ings. The stock is a very large one I discussing the trip Mr. Dyal said,
William has
; to :Mrs. J. P.
gone
Miss Agnes Witherington of Apop- Hampton, X. C., to visit relatives. his true Western grit of winning a Tomlinson.) and so well assorted as to suit eachperson's "The best roads, by far, that were en-

la is visiting! her sister, Mrs. II. C. bride against obstacles was admired. Capt. J. W. Wells was bon in taste as well as pocketbook.Mr. countered on the trip, with the excep-

Waters. Miss Belle Kelly has returned home The bride is a handsome and accom- Lowndes County, Georgia, Xovember Sternberg began business here tion of some short stretches at various -

I from a visit of several weeks in Jack- plished young lady, very popular 2nd, 1836. When Mr. Wells was six- five years ago in a tenative way, but places, were those: cf Georgia and
Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Griffin and children :sonville. wherever known. She has many teen years of age he took charge of he soon found that he could not only} i( Tennessee. The road
returned Sunday from a trip to friends his father's plantation, and successfully do good business I erland mountains offered many obstacles
in Starke, who join those of here but that his that with difficulty
Jacksonville.Mr. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and little daughter her managed the work of a large business had his were o\t-ru'nie -
some town in wishing her and her number of slaves. The first he i': outgrown quartersand and in one sectionas so steep
went to Lawtey to visit relatives husband all year he had to look for
happiness.The had this a store havingroom and poorly constructed that two hours
responsibility he made
A. M. their Darby and family have at Thursday.Rev. happy pair have motored to hundred bales of cotton and kept one the enough for a large stock. This hard driving were required( to traverse i'i

moved out to summer cottage Henderson, X. C., to spend sometime, estate in excellent shape. he found in Perry Dover's remodeled two miles of road. In one place the
lake. D. J. Blocker of
Kingsley his mother Mrs,A. F.DeLand, visited after which they will go to Idaho, Early in the year 1802, Governor building, and he now occupies pala- road was so steep that the men in the

:Mr. E. M. Thomas and famliy have I. Wednesday.Mrs. ., Brockmeyer where Mr. Cochran is a successful Brown called on the state of Georgia tial quarters two doors east of the I car were several obliged to pet out and walk
for 100,000 soldiers. For hundred yards at a time
The
returned from a short visit to relatives -j business man. county of ]postoffice-though "Sternberg's" is so
Colquitt met in Moultrie Ga., and well known that it is to in order to negotiate the grade. But
in Palatka. 1 I Clyde Alvarez and children of unnecessary
1I ,
I HOOD-GARDIXER formed a company on or about March describe the location. we made up for it on the good stretches -
Jacksonville, are visiting Mr:?. M. L. 2nd, 1802. This was called on the other side and not one in the
Dr. James Chase of Jacksonville, 'Johns this week. Company "H" 50th company Georgia and J.I!!| And "Sternoerg's" will be better party regretted the time taken to tra-

spent last Friday with his daughter, 'I' The many friends of Miss Hester W. Wells was elected captain. The and better known all the time, for the verse the bad roads, for every mile of

Mrs. Joe Hoover.Dr. Mrs. Jamie Clyatt and little Emmie Gardiner, a former resident of Starke, men from Brooks and Lowndes coun- : 1 place retains old and is constantly it was interesting in tarn new way to
returned Tuesday from a week's visitto ties later all of Personally I thoroughly
will be interested in the following joined the company gaining new customers. The reasonis us. ;
U. G. Turner, of Gainesville, Worthington.Mr. her account Capt. Wells left his wife and childon a well assorted, new, clean stock enjoyed every minute of the trip and
of wedding as given in the ;
to professional business
attending another
would be
to start
was the plantation with no one to care the fact that the proprietor for glad one
here last Friday. : L. C. Ray who has spent the Gainesville Sun of June 17th: for and protect them but negroes the buys tomorrow."
An interesting event of Thursday, ; cash, which enables him to procure
past ten days in town, returned to his family slaves discharged this duty
W. B. Ryals and Francis Warren of I home in Dunedin. and one which will be of much interest well and nobly, showing the utmost the lowest prices in the great Northern UGH CALOMEL MAKES

Jacksonville were among the Sunday to the many friends in this city of 10and faithfulness to their charge markets, whuch allows him to sell

visitors to Starke. I State's Attorney A. V. Long was the young couple was the marriageof Capt. Wells and his company went to cheaply; because everything sold is YOU DEATHLY; SICK

attending to professional business in Miss Hester Gardiner and Mr. L. Camp Davis, thirty miles above Savannah just as represented, and on accountof ---- 1

Mrs. T. E. Underhill, who lives east Jacksonville Wednesday. Bethea Hood which was quietly sol- where they drilled and became courteous treatment and the great

of Starke has recently acquired a fine emnized Thursday at high noon in familiar with war tactics. While at pains taken to suit the buyers. Hence Stop Using Dangerous Drug

new canning outfit. Mr. J. II. Ritch has gone to Daytona the Catholic Cathedral in St. Augus- this camp thy were sorely afflicted "once a customer, always a customer," Before It Salivates You!

to join his family. They are ex- tine. .*. with measles whooping cough and and as "a pleased customer is the
Mr. Paul E. Canova left last Monday pected home at the end of the week. mumps, and their exposed mode of It's Horrible.
for a business trip to Valdostaand The bride and groom accompanied life greatly aggravated these diseases. best advertisment the Sternberg -

other points in Georgia. Mr. Dan W. Moore, of Theressa! has by the former's sister-in-law Mrs. I Later Company "II" 50th Georgia, store is well advertised.The You're bilious, sluggish. constipated i

I purchased a handsome Chevorlet touring Frank Gardiner, and Mrs. :Mark Hem- was called to Virginia and entered into proceeds from this sale will be and believe you need .i.?, dangerous

Claim Agent Harrison, of the Sea- car from the Fire Proof Garage.Mr. by, motored to the Ancient City and the very heart of the conflict fighting used by Mr. Sternberg, for buying for calomel; to start your jiver and'cleanyour "

board Railway, was in Starke last I the pretty ceremony was performedby gallantly in the battles of Fredericksburg cash, at the great Northern market bowels.

Friday in his official capacity.Mrs. and Mrs. W. M. Turner have Father O'Brien. Chancellorsville and Salem a new stock. The kind of goods he Here's my guarantee: Ask your

presented the local camp of Woodmen The bride was very attractive in a Church. This latter battle was foughton handles are liable to rise in price, but druggist for a 50 cent bottle of Dod-
J. F. Wilcox and little daughter with a large and handsome "Old Sunday afternoon, at which time he thinks
modish fawn-colored coat suit with Capt. Wells was sick with fever but that by buying large quan- son's Liver Tore and tike a spoonful
,
of Jacksonville are'isitin her Glory.. accessories" to match and with this she when his company was ordered into ties for cash, he will pet the good tonight. If it doesn't ,Jtart your liver
Mrs. E. F. Chase.
parents Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis and little daughter I wore a dainty Georgette crepe waist, the bloody conflict his valiant !spirit at such prices as have been ruling of and straighten you ri;;lit up better
the collar of which was clasped with triumphed Over his physical weaknessand ; late so that he can sell at the same than calomel and with lt griping or
Mrs. Duncan and little son, of 1 Ruby, have gone to Greenville .I
Springfield. Missouri, are visiting at I X. C.. where they will spend several a handsome pin of cameo setting, encircled he marched at the head of his prices now asked. making you sick I vnmt you to go

the home of Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Law. weeks. with peat Is. This piece of company, forming them into battle ar- The fourth semi-annual:: sale will be back to the store and j; tour money -
jewelry was her only ornament and ray in the face of a heavy tire from larger than any preceding ones i in I

CoL A. V. Long went down to I P.oadmater Aiken who relieved was the. gift of the groom. Immediately the They enemy.continued in this fierce I this store and prices will be so low Take calomel today add tomorrowyou
'I ( S. A. for the two after the and shvggles that you cannot afford to miss it. Be-
Gainesville last Monday to represent| Capt. Bryan past cert'monyIr. for two hours and twenty minute, will feel weak and, sick and nau
the state in a case before Judge month; has returned to his home in Irs. Hood left in their car for a wedding -much of the time having to lie down "ides"the lines! indicated above, there seated. Don't lose a day's work. Take l

WillS'j' Plant City. trip part of which time they will when doing their fi hlingA streamof are rugs::, matting, trunks valises and a spoonful of harmless, vegetable Dod-

Mrs. L A. Reynolds of spend at Kingsley Lake. water near them ran blood and the many other things too numerous to I son's Liver Tone tonight .,nd wake up ll
been visiting her mother, Mrs. E. F. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wypn and children The bride, formerly of Starke, has horrors of the situation were beyond mention. feeling great. It's harmless -
perfectly
Wednes-
motored Jacksonville
Walnut and South to
Johns, corner :
decription. One of his soldiers
streets.Dr. day to visit Mrs. Wynn's sister, Mrs.E. endeared herself to a large circle of praying when another called to him was so give it to your children any
A. Alexander.Mrs. friends since her residence in this "What for State of Ohio City of Toledo time. It can't salivate, so let them

Thomas who has recently located city, who wish her much happiness.The already are in you hell."praying John Croft? ,We one are of Lucas County, ss. eat anything afterra ((11-4)) }
I Frank makes oath that he
J. T. Wills Sr., of Gainesville groom holds a responsible position J. Cheney
his ,
in Graham to practice profession i Bradford county veterans, was a mem is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
was a business visitor here last i i is! here with her mother, who is in with the Gainesville city, water her of this company He was wounded Cheney & Co., doing business in the Queen Fruit Jars, 1.e"t'd: all, rec-

Saturday. I poor health and Judge Wills spent and light plant, and the news of his in this battle, and as Capt. Wells City! of Tol'Jo. County and State afore- ommended by Mrs. Waldrup! at J. F. I
said, and that said firm will pay the
I Sunday with her. marriage will come as a surprise to and his handful of men were retiring sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for Kickliter's 6-16-2t t
Mr. and Mrs. Allrad of Atlanta, many of his friends. from the field, Mr. Croft called to the each and every case of Catarrh that
the Hotel. Mr. The cattle thief mentioned in latweek's' I captain not to leave him behind. cannot be cured by the use of HALES +L- ;
are stopping at City A CATARRH CURE. FRANK J. CHENEY '. .! .!. !.;. .t +! !. ... :
Allrad is assisting in installing the Lawtey items turns out to l>e detachment was sent to carry him .
HONORING MISS DARBYThe Sworn to before me and subscribedIn t
city sewerage system. a white boy. The colored brother is from the battlefield, and when he my presence, this 6th day of December '
innocent this time. reached the hospital it was found necessary A. D. 18S6. A. W. GLEASON. Davis
Messrs. Clemens, Brown, Grooverand Gainesville Sun of June 17th to amputate his leg. Capt. Catarrh Cure is taken intern-
Lewis of Brooker, formed a party Miss Hattie Wills and Miss Carrie contained the following account of a Wells took :37 men into this engagement ally and acts through the Blood on the

motoring over to Starke Monday to attend Belle Weeks, of Waycross, and Miss arty> given in honor of Miss Susie and came out with only 10. Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send & |
i
to some business matters. Doke, of Gainesville are mid-week Miss Ottie Capt. Wells served for over three for testimonials free.F. j Company t
visitors to Starke this week. Darby by Gray formerlyof years but on account of rheumatismhis J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo O. ..
Starke and now one of Gainesville'smost Sold by all Druggists 75c.
Mrs. Louise Lindsay has returned health was so impaired that .he Hall's Family Pills. for constipation.
from Gainesville, where she has been I I The Telegraph is under obligationsto popular young ladies: resigned and came home just before

for some time nursing her son. James, Hoover Bros., the artist photographers Thursday e'eningIiss Ottie Gray the end of the war. He was elcted to ,.. .. | INSURANCE |

through an attack of typhoid fever. : for a large and well executed was hostess at a most delightful party the legislature in 1864, and at that YOU CAN BE CURED
picture of the State Farm near honoring Miss Susie Darby of time was the youngest member in the ;-- ::
BY A SPECIALIST WHO rO "FI:-
Prof. S. S. Dowling has gon for a Raiford. Starke. house. When Sherman marched SE8 THE EXPERIENCE OF \EAKS.

short visit to his home in Troy, Ala., Five tables were arranged on the through Georgia, the legislature in The RIGHT kind of up..rlence-do- I Starke, :-: Florida t

and wrom there will go to Nashvilleto Miss Clara May Durden, of Tampa, porch for the games of auction bridge. Milledgeville: was forced to make a log hundred the lame or perhaps thug the thousands right way tit .
is the house of Miss Agnes Gar- speedy adjournment, or in Capt. times ;. fl.-.+'!'
attend the Peabody Normal School. guest Miss Eleanor Crom and Mr. .:"? !" + .;";.t.
diner this week. These young ladies Finley Wells' words, "The Yankees ran us POX'T YOU THINK

Mr. L R. Trammell, who has been I spent Wednesday visiting friends and Cannon having highest scores at the out." The legislative body went to THE IT TTHE RIGHT TO TREAT GET ....1N....1N..4 Nt ......
conclusion of the box of dain- MET? Aren't
here for some time at the bedside of relatives in Hampton.Mr. game, a Macon and there struggled with the IF t.rtd cf F.UIN'O you for :

ser son, Herbert Alvarez, who died ty handkerchiefs was awarded to Miss many distressing problems that con- failures ;Make MB
last week returned Saturday to her L. M. Xoble and child, after Crom, and the gentleman's prize a fronted the South. prone that my absolutelynght methods Sanitary Market ; ;

home in Ocala. spending few days here this week box of cigars, to Mr. Cannon. The Capt. Wells suffered the loss of two are I CAN: DO IT. t

with friends, left today for Palmetto, honoree was presented with a dainty brothers, who died from camp fever SON I treat, tLl'ERand BI.OOU FOI- I W. R. StTick'crJ; : 11

Mrs. W. Wills of Tampa, and Mrs. where Mr. Xobles will practice his piece of lingerie. while Y. prisoners at Johnston Island, X. JIW'IuoODlle blare 1908. SKIN klllNEV: DI E,\"E**; Fresh Meals, Sausage, Hams 1

C. B. Peeler and son, of Jacksonville, profession, dentistry. Ferns and yellow daisies formed a TROU1IXX (VTARRIIALDt9EASE and BLADDER .
Ladies of the United Daughters of :
are guests of their sister, Mrs. J. W. beautiful decoration. !!>; J:1t\'O.S"ESY: an'; t and Fish.
.' -thorpn. Mr. W. Wills of i Everett M. Johns, Esq., was a pro- the Confederacy, the above sketch GENERAL PFBILITY. specialize
Sunday.Mr. was a guest fessional visitor to Fernandina and A delicious salad course and pine- gives us an idea of the early life of In the of rondrnatue RITTIRE.non-urjflcal PILES all treatmeat REC- : Highest Price Paid for Poultry ii
apple ice were served by the hostess. honored
Jacksonville Monday and Tuesday, one of our veterans, who is TAIdiaeaees and Special' DUeaae of

.J. F. Canova is in Sanderson for and in Gainesville last Friday to ap- Those participating in the game daily seen in our midst. Capt. Wells !IEalld I attribute\VOMEN.a &rge degree of my and Eggs\\ TOne
a couple of business and pear before Judge Wills in chancery were :Misses Susie Darby, Louise De- has reached the 80th milestone in his uccen to the fart that I personally
Mrs. Canova weeks and children on have, left Pass, Elizabeth Taylor, Lillian life, and is one of the modest, unassuming examine every person I treat. i door east of C A.'Dur- i

for Jacksonville: where they will remain Mr. George Wilkinson an enterpris- Clarke Eleanor Crom Mercedes Miller heroes of the war between the Dr. Geo. L. Dickerson ling Ninth 54, Starke.
states. His ripe experience, together St. Heard Bank, ,
111 W Forsyth Opp. Y
for two home inging merchant of Highland, recent- Julia
months returning Patton, Majorie Cannon JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
before the school term begins. ly purchased a five passenger Chevorlet Lillian Wyatt of Jacksonville Juanita with his fine character make him anEXcedingly ..........................
from Mr. Nash the interesting person and it
\ touring car Davis of Fayetteville, X. L. and
,
Mary is
a privilege to listen to him talk -
D. of the Fire Proof .
the W. Moore, of Theressa brought proprietor GarageA Belva Floyd and Messrs. James Ches- about the past and present of our fair 00<
first
L watermelons of the season to I nut, Sam )Mixson Finley Cannon J. Southland.
Starke Tuesday. Mr. Moore had made motoring party consisting of )Ir.
his melon patch of Xat Sternberg and wife, Mrs. A. H. Glover Taylor, Gibbes Chesnut Dr.
on a piece springy
land, where the plants had plenty of Freeman, James Kickliter and H. E. G. C. Tillman, Coite Hill, Reginald RESOLUTIONS OF THANKS.Be Certificates of Deposit\

moistare curing: the recent drouth. Freeman made a pleasure trip to Hamilton Martin Glass, Dr. Amis Dr.

Gainesville last Friday evening returning McDaniel, Charles and Bob Gray. it resolved, that we, the undersigned f,

Major W. E. Yarborough and wife the same night to Starke. teachers and applicants of '

Who recently moved here from Illinois Bradford county, take this method of Available for any amount from $1.00 up, Certificates ;
Miss Susie
of
Darby Starke
left ,
Mesdames H. M. Wilson of Jacksonville was
or. Springfield. 111.. where the expressing to the superintendent and
Major will take: charge of a battalion 0. M. White of Bartow, Raymond the honor guest! at a pretty dinner county board ofr public instructionour of Deposit offer safe profitable employmentfor
and prepare them for service on the Camp of White Springs, and party Wednesday! evening at which appreciation for their kindnessand ,
Mexican border I their children and Miss Florence Powell :Mrs. U. G. Turner entertained at her consideration:: during the present

of Jacksonville, are at the Kicklliter heme. examination.Be both large and small sums. '

Mr G' A. Chalker and sons, Albert i cottage on Kingsley lake for a The dining table, which was laid it resolved that we thank them

and Charles, of Lake City passed j I month's outing. with a pretty luncheon set, had for its for their manner of conducting said ,.

through Starke Monday afternoon on exquisite central decoration blue hydrangea an arrangement and maidenhair of examination by keeping it above reproach Issued for as short a period as three months, .they

their way to.Dade City, expecting to DeWitt C. Jones paved the way for fern. from or suspicion and dealing im-

rover 1l1 ght the remaining 150 miles before a new standard of service by purchasing to the Suspended four corners of the the Chandelier table- partially with each and every appli are especially attractive to individuals who ;
of the same day. a new Ford delivery truck thi
week. This is Starke's first motor: were festoons of pink crepe paper, cant.Further, we wish to express to them
idle.
producing an unusually artistic effect. have funds whicih are only temporarily ,
Chief Kite truck and its advent is a big stride our sincere appreciation for the effi-
was those who Other decorations in the
took advantage among ahead for this already up-to-date hard dining room ciency of the past administration and
of the excursion to carried out the French color motif of
Tampa last ware establishment. for their untiring interest in behalf of '
week and while in the blue
:utb Florida Metropolis purchased a Dainty and pink.place cards marked theuests' the public schools and the several The Bank of Starke's Certificates of Deposit are excellent -
handsome Mrs. Mabel Rice Duncan who is teachers.
light an
: us e weight uniform for xperienced teacher of voice places at the table and a dot Julian Collins Steve Lewis Roxie combine absolute
:" daring the summer. sigh icious dinner in four courses was as investments which .
singing, public school music and piano,, served. Hines, Agnes Wilkinson Mollie Hines::,

t PalPrO!. A. B. Shaw, who was princi announces give instruction that in she either is now of the ready abovementioned to After dinner the hostess the hon Sherrod Daisy Reynolds R. Dri eers.Frances Brady M.Murrhee Bryan,,r safety with fair returns and quick convertibility i ,
the Brooker oree and the guests repaired to the
'iI High School the
E.
branches. Arrangement Claude Crosby; Roland Anderson,
I I Si7 ear' was in town Monday attend Strand Theater, where they enjoyedthe
Gertrude Thomas
g for lessons may be made at the Baptist Emma Hazen. Daniel -
'# some "movies.
fa school matters. Mr. Shaw A share of pat Hurst, Eunice Robinson, Ethar
parsonage. your
; at soon Worthington to take charge of the school. ronage is solicited. 6-24-lt. Those enioying this pretty courtesy Sapp, Vera Surrency, Minnie Dowling H
nf Mrs. Turner St
Misses
!' Springs, at whichconsider were Susie of tar
''j place he willnormal Ottie May McKinney Eva Williams, She Bank e
to Darby, Gray Isabelle PadeettI ,
met opening a sum- No 666 will cure Malaria or Bilious! Maurine and Gracv. I Thomas, Ro!=sie M. Rosier, Alga
Gladys Elizabeth
Fever._ It kills the Thomas. Virfip Thoma Maggie Grif- *
germs. Taylor Lillian Wyatt. of Jacksonville
,I fis, E. W. Wilkinson, Mildred CrosbyIda [I
; Ptfe$ Coed Itt 6 to Tb QuUna That Does Not Affect Tin HenBeeinse Alberta Murphee and Mrs. J. C. Ad- Florida .
Days Starke
; t..,, d'uaist mil rdulld I.c of its tonic and laxative effect. LAXA kin?.-Gainesville Sun. Dowline.L.. C. TAYLOR :-:
r, O1xT1: !>r rtal;. money if PAlO TIVE BRO.MO QUININE is better than ordman i
a'ad to CUTe any case of Itchirr, Quinine ad doe C. C. SCAFF ,
1\1' : not caus- Ptrrvousne nc;
.4'-. :.".nerfProtrudiSPilerin6toIdars... nr rnz in head Rrmrmbet thefu'l name am Curtains for sleeping porches. J MRS. B. PERKiNS _)OO( ( jctf
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY.. JL-XE .'.3, 131s.

PAGE SIX .

CRIMINAL CARELESSNESS:: WILSON NOMINATED BY DEM. _
MILLION DOLLARS ; PRUNING: : HELPS PEACHES QUESTION OF WAK HE1'WEESr : OCKATS IN NIGHT SESSION
QUARTER 1TEn STVTF.S ANt> MEXICO Cood Looks

:0ll' TO CARRANXAtCor.ti \\ IH tne police endeavor to locate Continued From Page l.i are
F'.r the last; few years much attention ; (
Expended in Developing a LargeI ir.e man responsible for this latestiyi.aniite

I ? Tract Near Miami has; beer given to summer pruning -..ud Fror Pace l.t accident in Miami ? Witn- Marshall.! They melted away however with

, I '- of peach trees in Florida. It hssbeer i:; ir.e :-,;t three months lour accidents) when the convention got in ses-; ;

Within two weeks the big fill 1eir.g found to be a of valuable fruit.W. : sic: ir. in of sta:!. Maj.: ucr. l>'.i crea.ir.zthe yield and I'risr. Gen. Mills: child name had ken mentioned by a
n-.obilc s0fl 5
million dollar! arn-.y. .Uianii leaving at leat one ;
made on tse quarter cf horticulture ,
development; of James H. Snowder. L. Floyd University professor of Florida College l- chief: of the n:i'.itl division: general maimed for life. roaring chorus; of acclamation. Senator

. the multi-millionaire oil king who will of in the Agriculture believes: the practice *:atT. l ri.:. iu'v.. McCor.b president: And somebody is to blame. Some Kern. who rer.orr.ir.ated Mr. Marshall .

I hereafter make his home at Miami of the army; war collosro.: ah'1S convulted. several cor.tracturshave cast aside: a long prepared
to be taed on a sound scter.cprir.epie Sr.c Mr. Riser dd not find contractor, or ar.d simply declared: Look as .
t Beach will be completed.! The bulk.head ; peech goo.a your city t
r ar.d point out the work of r.ot checked out the dynamitecaps if dj
confer with the Thomas Riley Marshall matter you Tan or
; Ir.dian creek has been built it necessary: to ;1\ n "I nominate rretue M
} along Ira E. Soar of Dade City: to show how workmen and checked in Balm will tuJcl! '-
to
t the cleared. The big r '*:,:t'r.t after his \isit to the White given of Indiana. for Vice-President.: ar your skis '
and mangrove work well the tr.eorwo'k in actual prac lh'zt' Uto !last right it wa apparentthe those that were not used. Somebodyhas To President Wilson's rumination Heals Sunbufr. too. Just put JotT.*'
suction dredge; ? are now at pour tice. Mr. 5oa'r has used this! method! the militia in storing your face arpi .ub it off ag&ial hdaq .
and the low !and. decision to bring: out bees grossly careless there was only or.e dissenting; vote.
in:? sand water on Simple and tuetopleae. l5today
for the last few Try
, Mr. Snowden's new estate i is located with success year was reached then. the explosives. And somebody oughtto Robert Emmttt Burke of Il ;r.ois'l and Ir;-.n the imwawT
and has advocated its general
about one and or.e-half miles north of the uethroughout l>y the r.ew ,orders there. will replaced be punished if for r.o other reason who came to the convention amour. I once. V:rat*; Pir.lt and Rote-Red

the Collins pavilion on the peninsula state. at den. t .:::s'n1i'pl'' :11 two thai to make others more careful inc that he was opposed to the Pre I 1J cents at pruggisa or by mail dirl4.
Summer pruning i is ar. t'=.:it'way
I and between Indian: creek and the ::::1t't'r:'.:, and t\\l'rY-"lt': brigadier hereafter. dent. His; vote techJtally. made the
i ocean. The plans for his palatial residence cf conserving" the resources cf the w.erals! of r.ilil:1ih their! several occasions children President's nomination 1.031 to 1. SAMPLE FREE. .

.; ,I will be here sometime r.ext tree. The pru-r.e scon after the production ....'......;''.,,.t' infantry oomrr.ar.Js. The entire :- Upon sticks of dynamite: ir. rubbish I'r('*idfnt Wilson Comments. I LYON MFC C3, 40 So.5tliStBi .
of the crop will!! cause all; the : : : have found 41nijl.MANUFACTURE .
week when bids will be asked for ar.d ir.far.try divisions from New Yorka'i weeks3rc. \W.\5H1XGTOS.-Preider.t:
strength ito the reir.air.ir.: ir. Mir-jiii. A few
to zo ;: heap II
j work begun as soon as possible. )lr. Pennsylvania: : are called!; out. a* was notif.ed at 1 o'clock! tonight 'y .- -
j wood and the! fruit bud that are developed number cf sticks of dynamitewere
Snowden has registered as a voter in are fifteen full brigades from other a Secretary Tum.tthat! he and Vice-
, the Miami Beach precinct and will! few healthy on th?bud re. This which will will producea give: a state Ir. all eidity-eicht: : resrirr.er.tscf found in a house being moved President; Marshall 1 had beer re-r.om- THE aORDAMETALPRQV

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i hereafter be a citizen of this county. better crop than if the tree is compelled infantry with thirteen separater'r.talic'r.s from one part of the city to ar.f'ther ir.ated at the St. Louis Convention.

Few if any attempts to move shrub- to develop buds cr. all the new : and" r.ar.y separate companies ar.d were played with for an hour m His only comment was. "I am very ,t
such large scale atT.vted. srivinc total! of home venturesome boy METAL
l.efand trees on a wood. are a more grateful to my generous friends.: -
: :
l has been undertaken by Mr. Snow- 1.14S coir.par.ie each of which must who would! have husely enjoyed ar- few-
as I II There is little darsrer cf injuringthe : : : that rnisrht have Mr.[ Wilson had gone to bed a CEILINGSCUliRTSSHIN6U5
kr.own in this strength of sixty-five, raneir.? a Us noise
den have been county tree by, summer prunine if ordinary : have a minimum : death of minutes before, after spending; then.ni:1
with the
Cocoanut palms ar.d Washir.gtonia men when r.iutered into the federal been accompanied: his wife and of
with
: a party
care is used and if prur.ir.jr: is not !
: palms by the carload have been hauled! service. The total ebtf.'rl'e cf infantry several of them. And r.o one discovered : orf.cias! receiving returns from the I
too severe. I
I from all parts of this; section to the -- therefore would! i-e not less; who was responsible for the dynamite convention, and waiting for the! nomination :- XMO OTHER

:: Sr.owden estate and there utilized in' No. 656 will cure Chills and F eHr. than >;..t"r.cr.- reinsr left where children could! known to le comir.e. He returned SpEET METAL

; the big: landscape gardening plan I It i U the most speedy remedy "e know. Fe tluardsnun to Remain. appropriate it as a plaything.As however. or.ly after a telephone -! 1 Ii
: which the millionaire has; laid out scatteredthroughout for the dynamite: cap left in a BUILDING :
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Less than '10) u ntl'anie. had come giving satisfactory -
I.-1. Among: the unusual things; about this TESTIMONY[ OF LIFE INSURANCE: the will: not bemustered rock pit and d'-'Oryards in Riverside. message "TERUl 6
that reported
country
assurar.ces opposition
't. enterprise are the extra large oleanders COMPANIES r.o one has been held to blame and ; -I WSlTt TODaYFOSCATAICV. ANO SPtc
Guardcosst
, and the National to the emphatic terms of r")
.; : ; that have been planted alternatelywith i doubtless there are dynamite caps in QUOTAOIIS!
artillery cor.jar.ies have rot Americanism plank! would not be serious JACPSO1VILLE.-.F
cocoanut palms for a quarter of nar.o :er place! in Miami: waitir. \ a.
Statistics : sumr.ior.ed. All: of the field! ar- that the declaration condemning \
S a mile on the bank of the creek.When I II prepared by either: the 1 teen to injure-perhaps kill-some childinr.oeently ar.d I, -
wets or the drys are apt to be viewed ::i.ery.! cavalry engineer and sinal'tlcrs them. i : the political activities of citizens -
trimmed back for transplanting: playing near
1 with suspicion because both sides will be employed! as will many ; of foreign lineage would go into I
the oleanders stand about 10 feet high : are Tr.e Metropolis! lealizes that this is ;, GEN.SRA1S"LET
-f. and have been collected at a great ex biased. ;says Arthur Hunter of the f>f the militia field hospitals; and ambulance merely! another time when there seemsto the Democratic platform exactly as
New York Life Insurance Company. companies.: The war department he had drafted it.
! pense.: An attractive feature about be.nothing to do but urge greatercare
is board walk along But statistics; put ou: cy the life insurance has (lr. hand ample equipment i. Aroused early in the night by word
the development a on the part of men using dyna SMOKE
< companies are known to be and clothing to outfit and maintain from St. Louis that some party lead- fS IN THIS
; the very edge of the creek which i is I mite. A contractor should know how
I known as one of the most beautiful absolutely without! bias and the public t this force. I many caps are exploded and how many ers wanted to make the declarationless WORLD, fJOT IN THE NEXT"

t t streams to be found in the state. I has confidence in them. Mr. Hunter The call applies to sever.ty-r.ine batteiies : are returned to the man in charge of caustic and recast it into a more ..

; E} Mr. Snowden's first purchase included cites the experience of seven American of field artillery ninety-nine the work each day. There should t.er.o general stigmatization of such activities i

j,;-l a strip of land between the ocean companies and ore Canadian: troop of cavalry and or.e New York opportunity gen: for some irresponsible the Presider.t notified his personal Smok[ the Old Reliable

I tt t and the creek 1,400 feet long half of I company to show that mortality is cavalry machine: gun troop. twentyr.ine : workman to leave dynamite :' representatives at the convention -

, which has been enclosed in a massive from ten to thirty percent lower signal companies all with full' or dynamite caps where they should that he would consent to no emasculation !

Ii concrete wall which is estimated to among abstainers than anor.s non-ab equipment already: issued to them. not be left. I I of the plank.So "A. pl| H. CIGAR

1. have cost not less than 25,000. His ;;stainers. He shows further; that norta'.ity -i Twenty-six ambulance companies ar.d The punishment of a contractor or determined was the President

. last purcsase which was made last among total abstainers is markedly twenty-seven field hospitals! also have i il two for criminal: carelessness might upon the point that it was said that (A .Pure Havana)

[. winter, is 1,600 feet long, making a : lower than ?mor.g "temperate" been: ordered made ready for entrain- make the importance of this; watchfulness he was prepared to go to St. Louis I

t, total length of 3.000 feet, the average! :. drinkers, ar.d'fry much lower than rr.er.t. seem more real.-Miami Met. and carry his plea in person to the _

width of his holdings being 500 feet. : among "moderate" drinkers. The No indication was giver at the state f.oor of the convention should persistent i; -

Vines have been planted at frequent I mortality: among those who at the date department tonight of the course to be sailed: from Philadelphia for Key West; opposition develop. It was; apparent Made by theSTARfECIGARCO

t intervals along both sides of the wall op application for insurance took two pursedith regard to the reply toGen. early today: the scout cruiser Salem. however. that he did not an-

around this property and within a glasses of whiskey;' a day but did net Carranza's r.ote demanding the at Guantanamo. Cuba: the g"UnboatIolptin ticipate such a step would be necessary ;-

j short time will it is expected entirely drink to excess. -is eighty: per cent withdrawal of the American troops; [ enroute to Guantanamo from and the reports that came later .

it. I in of There now ir. :Mexico. It was prepared last San Domingo and transport Hancock of the 1
I cover excess the normal. is an : San Domingo. Three destroyers; will bore out his belief that most;

R. P. Van Camp. the millionaire: extra mortality of forty per cent week by Secretary Lansing and is still; be selected! from the fleet of six row leaders had favored acceptance of the GEO. LJ. MASSEY, Prop.,

I manufacture of "pork and beans. among the policy holders who drank i ir. President: Wilson's hands. It had ,: enroute to Key West from San Do- plank since it was telegraphed! to St.

: has workmen on his tract which ad- to excess at least five years prior to teen intended to dispatch it to MexicoCity 'I. rein. goo.I Louis yesterday.Litens STAflKE, FLORIDA!

joins Mr. Snowden's, plar.tir.e it to date cf application: for insurance, but tomorrow by pcial messenger.vut 'I Rear Admiral Winslow commander to Demonstration. 1.

grass; and shrubbery preparatory had teen very temperate for five recent developments may change of naval force on the west coast will the demonstration; for the ; -
During -
building. His tract is 200x370 fee;: years before acceptance. this; plan. choose four destroyers ar.d'e other r r
I President which followed Judge Westcott's ,
in size. Miami Metropolis. vessels to be despatched under his au I COFFINS CASKETS r
raids
that
I Oficia reports recent thority. I speech, a telephone wire con- : I 1Undertakers'.Supplies
Fruit jars, caps and rubbers. J. F. along the border! had created alarm r-ctir.;
THROUGH HISTORIC SECTION: OF Ki: :!ier. 6-16-4t. among American residents in Mexico Anti-American Demonstration White House switchboard was openedard : 11

ii STATE BY AUTO i; pines: to DeLar.d. college with City and elsewhere beyond the border OG.\LES. Ariz.. June IS.-All telephone the President.! Mrs. Wilson ar.dothers .
a town were rejected today in a message; received -I and telezraph! wires; leading of the White House partly listened ; Always or.. hand. The best sel'riceat -
t a \ery fine hotel; golf links, ar.d or
a: the Mexican embassfrom from the American to the Mexicanide and U?? lowest prices. Special
Edgar Heats of Conr.eaut, Ohio, anze groves many beautiful: homes Gen. Carranza. It stated that excitement -I of the! border have beer cut in in. The applause cheeringcould t attention' telegraph orders.RegiteredEmbalmer .
to
who has been a winter resident in this;; and f.owers. From there we went to prevailed! at the Mexican Sor.ora. Americans were beir.ai'vzht : be heard very plainly.!

I/o. city for the past three or four years Daytona over mrl and ;shell road; capital over the ominous signs i along' i i ir. automobile! to Nacozari Special wire facilities; tonight kept.

with property at Eig Bayou is or.e fjf which were not of the best. Saw many the border and asked Eliseo Arren- u'r.ere an a"ti-American demonstration the President in close touch with every J

themost enthusiastic motorists in th< turpentine: camps. pine barrens. dondo. amlasador izr.at to tell occurred today. Carranza authorities development at the St. Louis: conven '
and lake the first 'hi"f, what he had learned oft ref jed to furnish a train: for tior. t DeWITT C. JONES ,
Last fall he drove the entire: swamps
country. f.o irtertion: of the Washington the refusree totu. & Co
gov- Mr. Addree Convention. Suc'sr C. Livingston }
When Bryan
we within: mile and
distance from sis northern home to got a a .
toward Mexico. In reply Mr.Vt"rd :
this city in his Maxwell 1 car. and half of Daytor.a. we passed over a r--r-A-t )> i-.ciuded: a copy of Secre- Seize Railroad. The crowd yielded to the rapping: of tarke, Fla.

ridze: ard the Olr.trreeme.J t.- ..,... the gavel' Ions: er.nugh to hear the u
when the time came this spring: for ( < t ak: <1'rnerrent announcing the Tl'C50X.riz... June IS.-Sor.ora __=--
him to return he started in the sane : change. The tree* were mostly palms; ; Cii'.i; for the militia. nv.litttry:; autb.citie! have seized the prayer and then, renewed its
r i way, taking alonz his SI:1. Howard I of dlere.t'aretles. It was a beautiful (;er.. Carranza's note demanding: the Sc-jthern; Paviric of Mexico system ar.d : for speech from Mr. Bryan. 0 I;:

wh.) spent the .vir.ier :sere: with him.: sight. Daytona is; a fire winter recall of the American expedition asked c.t all; telv! ;':. ,'t::h wires: at the border : Senator Thompsonthen moved a General InsuranceI
of :. T..rdi-2 t.> p-ivate advices here late of the rules to permit Mr. : II
An interesting account of the journey resort built amor. the pairs live oak for a statement cf the purposes I suspension :

north, written by Mr. Heath i i-;; I and f.owt'rir.ir.e*. It has an ocean the United States and Secretary Bakers I. today. I Bryan to speak. When the! motion was reprient rene but'FIRSTCLASS ii
as it ha beer drafted The Mexican custom house records "Noes" but the fj-ipar.ies and will be
printed herewith: ; beach about two hundred feet wide response I : rut there were some ; S'

We left St. Y'eerkuTnursdav; I. and: thirty miles: long smooth as a :is Mexican;::l d?rstor.d ak virtually in the! plaftorm to restate adoptdd the- ,: have:Mex.. been to some transferred point south fr(' 'n of Noeales the international chairman ruled two-thirds: had votedor. II constants! on the alert to promote v.I .

morr.ir.sr:: March[ 22, at ';::?I} o'clock 'ocr. Autos! travel on i it at any rate the p Democratic national convention i line. : the favor.A i yo-'V interests. Guarantee bcourtJ

in a l&lo Maxwell:: automobile.: It of ?15ed they choose. We paraded up Vy at St. Lo\is. i A demonstration of armed civilians! I committee headed, ly Senator I :;" treatment to all p* a

was a bright spring morning; bird1were ar.d down the teach for about two The question: rt-maininsr:: be :settle i"i X.-.ales. Mex. ended early this ; Kern of Indiana: escorted Mr.: Bryanto I trons. --\1 well written policy bj {
.
. tinsir.jr:: ar.d all Nature in full hours, watchins: the Bather* and the <: i? whether Gen. Trenfwi: !! pro; morning. Boys 12 years old there the speaker's place while! : the f.oor firs-c. ia a first- I II
; bloom. We drove over marl. sard. I surf. The diferer.t::: costumes are a the limit of ordering an attack on Gen.Pershine's have been armed by the military ali -- ar.d :galleries roared their approv.il. I I a ,.<55 agent .J.

I r>ir.e teedehell: and brick roads to sight but. nature'.* role predominate.There troop There is no i indication -i thoritie;. Eighteen: carload. of "Mexican : : Senator James introduced Mr. Bryan : class (ori.a .y sometimes meanimuch a
I of weakening: of PreidentViI-. families: have been -tr.i south. the leading citizens of in fase cf loss by fire. tJ
f Tampa fifty-two miles! ; through scattering I are toll bridgeacross; to the Several! American* arrested there !at a* "ir.e of I Ij

, pine forests.; Passed many orar.ire beach twenty-five cents each. son in hs determination to kep teexpetion : night i were released! this morning.Gen. the world and America'* greatest. I H. C. ICHARD Stark

t and grapefruit proves; with rlteniErr a i We left l Daytona for St.:: .\uutir.et : where it i is. It is i also evident P. E'.ir:: :* ( alte.! corrmardinsri Democrat." ti-( ..

, fruit and blossoms! on trees t ()\ goodhell ar.d brick roads, however that the adniir.istrationha Sore : a ji-ii-'d at the b.-ider early: Mr. Bryanpoke: for frrty-r.ve min = == a

i and they were very fragrant. Al*<), I through orar.!: grove* with manypalm r.c-wfd no prevent activities purpose after bandit of orerr.z* by the re- .r-. n:":" 1"i: ,,- i :.if: :nr.nieiLt--:. fr uteamid loud cheers ar.d applause.Outside rives Out laari3. Buil Js Up Systrt' .

. saw many f.r.e poultry farm. Thi: : fees mixed! in. The groves; are column except in the lirr.ite-i -.-:ne in : the hall! meanwhile the i The 01.1 St,.n .1 gerai cengtheniUtGROVE *
CA .
... "' TOXICdrn
I 5 : ? ch :
part' of Florida is settling: up very fast ; surrounded by live oak to protect from which i it has been operating whic-- ".''.-, ',' .'. '' -hu., '.. h. I'! :'" :?.t. i'h had become so great that the I It. l' ria.el-i-\ ,.ELEs"." :::: a ':,u'tdsapte't rtefl.
r. northern We, frost. oil r.al! *.* for week G Pevshi .to. ,Lit X"iz. l-' I battled with l-eiegir.c!
and mostly; by people. i At many places they use succe some n. F.-.I *,.;> f tr : :; \.e: ? fairly Atrt'e
; arrived at Tampa at 11 a.m., took cas; stove to protect horn frost. There *-"-"* report have indicated th.,! h* : ( ;t..t\ : v.: -.s:*. Several arrests were made. I -,---_ n
En-nalme! Mora..
, 'HV tit
and oil, and s-ped on over good brie] I, i:;: more danger from frost on the Atlantic has succeeded in clearingut all:: r roads Plar.t and Harrow. than the gulf coast. I }band of outlaw* \\r.! the} '. ::- chi'.ce"rate of dollar P"n'"r. b
; to City anar.y \" coast or. :: one apiece.Mr. I j
., Greek ar.d Cu'-.ar.: ,, On this road there Ion stretches cir.ity: of his camp hi* SiflCt tit d
r.eerw-s ;; are ? Bryan opened by Expressir.cwrh'ia Tor.isht: : :..: the! :: : !!:e
here. i, of swamp grass., It looks like a fine The Mexican situation i. .c'tair.i wcc'rre .. ln of the honor!' conferred or.ver.titn egan: tr.c Ig hall 111 tJ
in corrresher. tht'o |
Plant Citi i;; the home of the straw. meadow but the land is useless except hues up resume active Iuir.ethis "Cured"Mrs. "Y the invitation to speak to the con complete! y 'It'd. S" vl. the dlstrib c.

berry. There are acres of them, : for rice growing. We saw lots of vention.Democratic i admL'"
many week. To defray the expenses d f mt!>- ion cf tiioupor.s :.O c-* 1 iet::.". the
a:1d.many fine groves; of oranges,, cr'.ws; and water fowl of nar.'arie- ilizin' the National Guard ar.d maintaining I Contention Lose Fl'3-t"E'ery ; h ut.; teen h.v.ied about i e

.. and pine forests about Bartow ...d I. ties. ; it ir. the federal sen-ice emergency Jay MeOce. of Steph- Democratic Convention is a onfusioi. II' Date- -.i'l and bidit n
: had the appearance of l being: a very i We passed through Hastings, whichi appropriations: will }i.e needed texas "For love feat to me." he said. speculatir.t While: : .'.Jreds of pel' V
enville writes
f busy place.! I i* a :great potato cc'ur.try. There were immediately.! Consrress granted the I : "It eive:* me an opportunity to meet pIe have W;p. clar.o.g at the"doe!! 0
nine I suffered with
(9)
V.'e started for Laka.e*, I jt got: i thousands of acres of them. Some war department liberal emergency years, and renew acquaintances; with: menwithwhom of Shave II
stuck in the and and had to returi were nearly! ripe: other? a'-out' half funds because of the border situation womanly trouble. I had ter.. I have been associated in for adir..ss.Jr., empty raws the ga1erltf!
streted thn.-.ih n
Then ,, one tine ::!!,). These art virtually rible headaches and in I :
Partow. il.mrCit.f
t*> we w .n t ) grown. Every farmer had large sheds pains hadob-
politics:: for m:>re than tWE.'r.twar;;. because : who tJ
r.Oar..j E.'eretlrEakel prob- ticrj-t
i ever rou-.h clay; aI'r' ,.} rod-. i I full of new barrels ready for shippingPotatoes. co.-.r.e my back etc. It seemed as if He paid his ; in complimentarymanner i spec'i.i's ti ktl f,
ai ly will submit: a largely jr Tea=edestimate respects tamed pos.sion of ::r.e prized
Saw narfone residences adj'I It is black; sandy : I would die, I suffered so. At
a
very within a few day*. N" otficinl to a number of Democrat of were hOIi-S: : then f r high ""ct50 r
lakes. also cypres* swamps. )'d: ; soil. We camped rear this place: and would hazard a cnies t- '" the last I decided to try Cardui ficersar..j leaders of the convention. decLS10 10O' '

our first camp at Lake Alfred: ?lep t
fine ir. our rew tent and folding; I eti-. I I <;r.d3.mc.rnir.!:. :Mcrch 2xSt. :!: The : Mr. said day to preyed with the r.otnmau-
helped me Bryan
right away. party. : of pro-
Our rtw camp stove worked ;.pe an(I I Augustine; : i is supposed to be the full After sixteen of waitir.z and finish in. tor.isrht. stead rt'
Prepare for Hostilities.EL treatment not only helped. years fur tn !
we found lots of jrood wood but had t() ; oldt city in the United State and 3ntrir.gr thti sessic through e
the House andfortunately
entered White I '
i PASO, Tex.. June lApparer.tpreparations me, but it cured me. party lethe do1 l
i atjrdajr,
;go a lorz way for water. we stayed there about two hours toth the Senate and row and pc. siMy
rein
; were ? made or we won unlo
Friday nionur.r we started earl FW.lar! tree ae '->ed for shade, and *des of th i-.ternatior.a': t.order here TAKE rhe House at the same time. Our par tars arl the"spptulators! s'
il
over rough ?.ard. sawdut ard da;. the street ure very narrow. The tonight fo- possible: h-jstilitjes.! The ty became responsible fnr rational af- heir: ticket Th:1 i :: Colisetn

roads, through; Hair.es City Lakear.Kissirr.mee < buildings: are of stone av.d brick mostly Juarez earrU..r. wa- reinf..rceu ty the ?&'."- a'-d now \Wcorr.e after three parked to tj" roofMoAhead a

;, : Orange City to Lak,? with! fine fresco work: The old arrival of about one hundred troops I year r.f labor to make our plan for I WithdrawsWhile a

Helen. Got thre about 4 p.m. Th? Spanish governor's mansion is just from Chihuahua City. while battery A CarduiThe the future and to submit to the Amer- fl\<' CiJr.\'er.,11, was .sse= 1.

roads; were fierce over barren pin irrand. with a !are court fenced in of 14"the ir.en.New ard:Mexico four: three-ir.i-h National! Guard.field II'an.people the claim of our party tocontinued lingit 1-ec.ime known: the Neb' t

waste lands. Our engine got hot an i with: a twe'.vf-foot: wall.! The old fort confidence. delegation .plar.r.ed t.> withdra
run and the First battalion of the G#'
We had to stop and cool it many ti're,. and soldier?: !'.:lrr ,'k; at* in fir.e repair Twentieth ir.far.try arrived from ( oItimbus "Whatever differences of opinion Vice Pve-icuirial candidacy of d s'

and we were hobbinc up ar.d down between for beir.s built: so long. N. M.. on the outskirts of El The Woman's Tonic mar Hit.lr; may have existed as to ernor More ad. The deleg3tlplair.ed 111-"" '"

heaven and earth continuallyOur '. : From 5 Augustine we went to Pcio. The battery :is the first of the partular! measure or particular act, that President: Wilson had a

nervous system wore threadbar Jacksonville! over fine brick roads. :state (organizations recently mustered Cardui helps women In time we are here to begin: the f.srht of 191fi asked for 1+\.* rtrorr.ination of !t

and our language was very bad. Bu t throueh a thinly: settled! cour.trof i ir t.) federal service to cross ir.to another t of greatest need. because it a united: party in every State in the 'resident Marshal:! when they brC4 IT

after trials reached the St., and stite for duty.Warships their 'verr.or's candidacy
many we | slashings scattering pine and palm contains ingredients which act Union ready for battle. out 0 "

Johns river, crossed the r.ew tol!I trees. Jacksonville is a hustling city I specifically yet gently. on the Clamoring Crowd Present. Before tlr: contention was c&1j, ;:
bridge and most of our troubles; wen? the gateway to Florida. There is a Given Orders. order the olieum was so lail 1
I
The convention shortly |
re-convened
Of
I weakened
over for that day, as we got into goo*i large alligator and I ostrich farm there. WASHINGTON. June 1?.-Secretary womanly organs. I the fire c 'rr-itraent permitted nto III :
after 9 o'clock tonight with the
,. shell road. I We had visited the city before so I Daniels tonight ordered ;seven So, if you feel discouraged, announced come in J

; At Lake Helen we found a Spiritualist didn't stop as we wanted to camp in destroyers and nine other small war blue out-of-sorts unable to I purpose of remaining in con- U1"* hi
tinuous session until it had William! J. Bryan however.
camp. and a fine old gent'ma!:1 Georgia. We had thirteen miles ofs vessels to Mexican waters to join do your household work, on renominat- usual uv c:
ed President Wilson and ('d to b.{ and his :
units the Vice-Prei- get got
of
:, I invited us to stay over night but a: shell road and the rest sand roads toWilder's Atlantic and Pacific fleets account of your condition stop took h i
already stationed in the and dent Marshall bus recep-Jon as he
II east west adopted a platform and
we had begun sleeping in our own ten t ferry across the St. Mary'sriver Mexican worrying and give Cardui a learned of th e e b
coasts. The secretary described transacted all other business.All Senator Jaies
,. we thought it best to continue to do sc'. I in a country mostly settled by the movement as "precaution trial It has helped thousands the Vice-Presidential booms except an's pliph and rescued hinu h.:

This is a beautiful place among th< negroes in very poor huts without ary." The vessels probably will be of women,-why not you? that of Governor of Missouri f Chairman -a1lII
Major, At 9:15 dock the
: sand hills. glass in the windows. This is lumbering used < 1\11
r a ; to bring home America refugees Try Cardui. E-7J order,
have been killed off to
effectually con\'ention
i We started from the camp Saturda;; section; cattle and hogs run should an emergency develop.On rapped the '" RRev.
by President Wilson's; announcementthat chaplain.01 .
W. J.'Hardesty.
morning at 11 o'c'ock and drove ore r wild and are a scrubby lot.-St. Pet- the east coast orders issued 111*** d'
were I he desired the renomination of Missouri Slnate offered the
tl
pine needle roads among scattererin ersburg Times. to the transport Dixie, which -,.A Marshall and Majors name only re- tion.. 1 t


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FRIDAY. JUNE 23, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA. PAGE SEVEN .

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ever, who l.t1ieit not improbable fr + + + + + + + + + + + + + .1.I repairs loe 1 made hereafter, after the pacing of I Notice Application for Tax Deed l rson, said board of directors may be

MEXICANS AGAIN I that Ruiz was carrying the papers f LEGAL NOTICES paid proPerly[ strut owner or -t..1'S.or owners without shall the first said pay abutting into Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888 hanged from time t,) tme;; by an

more as souvenirs of the days whenhe + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + the treasury of the said Town a sufficient Laws of Florida. a*nendment to the by-la-, but shall

was an officer in the Governmentarmy amount of money to replace and repair such Hereby notice is given that II. J.a t i; no time be less thai Three nor
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AMERICA than to show his authority now. ORDINANCE NO. U.AS urt/uns remove of or said injure iiavtiitnt ir making as may such be repairs necessaryto to Stewart, purchaser of tax certificates n lore: than Seven. The doctors shall
ORDINANCE ABUTTING
INVADE General Funston was not surprisedthat PROPERTY OWNERS REQUIRING ON ALL STREETS said connections oi joint or connections and numbered respectively 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 17, be j elected by the stock! hollers at each

THAT ARE TO BE PAVED IN THE TOWN joints. 43, and 80, issued by the tax collectorfor a inual meeting an all ether officers
a raid occurred. Several days 3F STARKE BRADFORD COUNTY. FLOR- Section 4. Ml ordircncts and parts of ordinances Bradford county, Florida each of ofm f this corporation shall! 1> elected an-

ago information reached army head- IDA.: TO MAKE CONNECTIONS WITH THE in conflict herewith are hereby re the said certificates being dated the ally by the board of *rectors; as

AND KILL THREE that de la Rosa to WATER. MAIN ON SAID STREETS WITHIN pealed'E. ) be after the Annual
quarters expected THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE PASSAGE AND S. MATTHEWS. 4th day of August A. D. 1913 has on as may meet-
make an attack but it was impossible .APPROVAL OF THIS ORDINANCE AND President of Town Council. filed the said certificates in my office ng of the stockholders. : The annual f

to determine at just what point he IN I DEFAULT THEREOF PROVIDING THAT Attest : C A. FI Tow.i rCH, Clerk. and has made application for tax deedto ti leeting of the stockholc>)'rs shall be
SAID CONNECTIONS SHALL BE MADE BY h old the Mondajj of
First
would strike. Parsed b> a majority vote of the Town Council issue in accordance with law. The on January

EIGHT MEXICANS WERE Gathered Band Under: Eyes of THE UND THAT TOWN THE COUNCIL COST OF OF SAME SAID SHALL TOWN the inh day of June A. D. 1!f16. said certificates respectively embracethe f each year or at a tim"* to be fixed
C. A. FLITCH the Until tie! officers
Carranza BECOME A LIEN UION THE ABUTTINGPROPERTY following lands in Bradford county y by-laws. toe

KILLED IN THE BATTLE FOR WHICH SAID CONNECTION by me this Hth day Town of June CItrk.Approved A.. Florida, assessed at the date of b elected at the first annual meeting

Recently it vas officially announced j' :\ IS MADE AND-PROVIDING FOR D. 1\116. C. F. HOOVER. the issuance of such certificates in the hall be elected and qualjtd the busi-
THE COLLECTION OF SUCH COSTS WITH
in :Mexico that de la Rosa had been I' ;RE\SO\\BLE ATroR EY'S FEES. AND I 6164t. Mavor. names respectively hereinafter par- ess of this corporation (hall be con-
100 De La Rosa Ban
Lively Battle of arrested Monterey: but no other Ji PROVIDING TILT CERTAIN STREET I LEGAL NOTICE.The ticularly set forth, to-wit: ucted by the following officers: e)
With TrooperLeader Once PAVEMENTS SHALL NOT HF niSTTRKFIl Certificate No. 1 embraces the XW R. I:. Thede, President.
dits confirmation was received here. In |I.j County Assessor fcf Tags for Bradford
I FOR A PERIOD OF FIVE YE\RS AFTER county, Florida, shall mId with the board of '4 of XE and X'i of XW'4, Sec. 0. Thede, Vice PresMen.
the he .
Federal Officer meantime concentrated ome 1 LAIN FOR THE PURPOSE OF :01 \KI\<
.\ James T. Moore SI and
.SUCH CONNECTION. AND THEREAI-TFR county cummi.sionel' for said county at the 20, Tp. 4. S. R. :21 East, 120 acres, assessed retary
hundreds of his bandit army at La I tj:ONLY UPON SUCH CONDITIONS M \YPE t'lt-rk. lfice in aid county on the .rd day of Unknown. Treasurer. Iiid

Jarita in a camp in sight of passengers !'ROVir>FI) BY THE TOWN COUNCIL July may continue A. D. 1'tlfi.in session at 10'from o'clock\ day a.to m.day, and for Certificate No. 2 embraces the X'2 :' the said R. R. Th(,c?: ", 0. Thede,

SAN ANTONIO, June H: -Lui* Mla and e\e.i the troops of the del]the BE Town IT ORDAINED of Starke by Bradford the Town County Council Stateof of one week or as long as shall be necessary, S\V4, Sec. 21, Tp. 4, S. P.. 21 't nd James T. Moore Directors.

Rosa today made good his threat to facto government who moved north Flotilla: for the purpose of hearing complaints and recuvinr East, SO acre, assessed Unknown. Article <>.

I Stctoi; 1. VI! of land abutting testimony as to the xalue of any Certificate Xo. 4 embraces of I The highest amount of :Indebtedness
raid the border when 100 of his men and south over the National Railroad. onrfis any property, real or personal, as fisted by thecountj SW't
attacked a small detachment of the It was reported that General Ricauto ; and M ctirtt. of saul Tnnn that are to le''! a.lessor "f tt.'es and of perftctinjr.rtviewmK 1 X\Pt and X':! of SW., Sec. 14, Tp. o n' liability to which this corporationan
laud shall! within after the !
thirty day
rconfeiml pas. and iqualu;nir the assessments for 5 S. P.. IS 120 assessedof at time i E'IfhaH be
East subject
acres c any
Fourteenth United States Cavalry at with de 1 la Rosa at La1. snits aj.e and approal of thiordinance, cook atI'o.t the tae year, A. D. lilfl.
M. II. Xettles. he of Fifteen and $15-
San Ignacio, forty miles southeast. of The immediate dispersal i of attacking >: one conmctmn with the water main <,n Given this ICth day of June A. D. 1916.N. sum i't (
the -aidtrctt or .h..t adjoining each lot of D. WAINWRIGHT. Certificate Xo. > embraces the E2 li 100.00)' ) Dollars. j
Laredo. His action cost him eightmen party today is a pursuance of the same land abutting thereon Countvssi 'sor of Taxes of SEU, Sec. 13, Tp. 5, S. R. 18 East The names and iesidenc of the sub-
several wounded and tactics adopted by the bandits who | Section 2. Such connection shall extend
killed and J. CREWS, SO acres assessed M. II. Xettles.Ceitificate <:cribing incorporators together with
from aid water main to and lejond I the curb
many horses and some equipment.The raided the border about Brownsville:: line in front of all lots abutting aid street Bradford Chairman Board Florida.of County Commissioners X,). 7 embraces XW i of | tXE'4 he amount subscribed fo are as fol- .
County C-16-Ct.
American loss was three killed last year. These raids were instigat- i or strett" so tint after such start or ftrttts Sec. 22, Tp. 5, S. R. 18 East "ows: a

and six wounded. ed by de la Rosa. I shall Have l.....n pared there* will:1.: .' no LEGAL NOTICE.The 40 acres, assessed: II. Xettles. R. R. Thede, Lawtey, Fl1rida. Twen-
necessity for int..rf..rinlwt: such
pD".nu'ntin Assessor of Taxes for the town of Certificate embraces v-five shares.
Xo. 17 theVM2 J
Dead: General Funston today ordered the any niamur in or"'tr to make such connection. Starke. Florida. will rr.fttith the board ofaldermen
of XW'i 25 5 S. R. 19 East 0. Thede Lawtey Florida ten
Sec. Tp.
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Private Minaden, Troop M. Thirteenth Infantry, which has been, for said town on the evening of ,
I Section 1. Should such property. owner orithtr July 4th. 1916. and continue session 80 acres, assessed Unknown. ::hares. 1
may in
Private Charles Flowers Troop M. held here for several weks, to Eagle I.. of them refuse or reflect to make at from day to day for one week or as long as Certificate Xo. 43: embraces 4 A in James T. Moore, Lawtey Florida,

Private Edward Kantanch, Troop :\1. Pass. least\I.lOn one such such street connection or streets for as each are to lot be abutting paved 'it shall IPO necessary and for the purpose of hearing SW. corner of Nt i of Lot 4, See 31, Fifteen shares. ; ,
complaints
receiving
testimony to
Wounded: for thirty dar after the pas-a e and nipro<.al the value of any property real or personal as Tp. 5, S. R. 20 East, 4 acres assessed R. R. THEDE,

Privates Thomas H. Ewing and I Warns U. S. to Stay Out. of this ordinance, paid Town Council shall as fixed ly the town assessor of taxes and ofperfecting Mrs. C. A. Knight (Heirs). 0. THEDE, r

James E. (Rouch troop 1 seriously; : forthwith make such connection or connections revievir.i.; and equalizing the assessments Certificate Xo. SO embraces the SJaof JAMES T. MO'ORE. 4
and aid town hall have a lien such
BROWNSVILLE, Texas, June 15- upon for the tat year, A. D. 1916. XE'i Sec. 18 Tp. G! S. R. 18 East Mate of Florida t
Oberlies Privates ,
Corporal William abutting property. conrection i is made thereto Given this 16th day of June, A. D. 1916.R. ,
William }Minnette Tony Havilina and One thousand Carranza soldiers or- for the rmornt fl 'he cost of such connection A. WEEKS. 80 acres, assessed' Wm. Perry. (:'ount) of Bradford, S3.

dered to the border some days ago to or connections which said lien may be enforced Town Tat Assessor. Unless said certificates shall be redeemed Before me, a Notary Public in and ,'

Henry Matasoff, troop M. reinforce the Carranza border patrol, by suit at law or in equity in any E. S. MATTHEWS according to law. tax deed will For said County and Stat| personally
Court 01' competent jurisdiction, and in all!
Major Alozo Gray late today was Chairman Board of Aldermen, Town of Starke.
are somewhere south of San Ignacio, such CPS a reasonable altorrey'a fee shall be Florida, 6-16-3t. issue thereon on the 26th day of June upeared R. R. Thede, Of Thede and ,
using many of his little command in a eoverable by the said Town in addition tothe A. D. 1910. James T. )Moore to me wr'l! known to
there be thin
sweeping starch of the country about Texas, and should a co't of such connection.Stction BILL FO RFORECLOSURE.In Witness my official signature and I be the persons described f n and who
.
into
San Ignaci., for a "hot trail. If it is American punitive expedition with arty shirt 4 No asphalt disturbance street pavement or interference hereafter Circuit Court 8th Judicial Circuit of seal this the 25th dav of May A. D. >ubscribed their names tothe] foregoing a

discovered, a third punitive expeditionmay :Mexico the two bodies of troops would con'ructed in said Town shall! be permitted Florida Bradford County.W. 1010. W T, WEEKS. proposed Charter, and'they: severally -

enter Mexico, but at department clash, according to General Alfred Ri- by the said Town Council for the space of G. Seals (Seal) Clerk. acknowledged before i.ie that they
commander at )Matamoras to- five years after the construction of said street \ I I'S executed, the same for tee
headquarters General Funston and his caut, pavement for the purpose of allowing such Sarah E. Young, Ellen S. Young, By R. A. WEEKS. purposes
Agnes :M. Younir. Cornelius Young, 5265t. Deputy Clerk. therein expressed.IN .
night. connections as aforesaid to be made, and no
have
staff little hope that Major Gray Annie r H I
Young .T Pollard 1- WITNESS I have Itereunto set
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such connection shall thereafter be made
except -
will be able to in touch with the General Ricaut notified American Inez I. Pollard: and the S. B."H b-1
get as may be provided for by the said Town NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY my hand and affixed my ,('al this the
band. By daylight this morning the Consul Johnson of the march of these Council. bard Company, a corporation.Bill for Foreclosure. FOR LETTERS PATENT. list: day of May A. D. 1935.

attacking force had scattered like men and the information was convey- Section 5..j conflict 11 ordinances herewith or parts hereby of ordinances Notice to Appear.The H. C, PEACE !
in are repealed. Xotice is that
State of Florida to Sarah E. Young, hereby given the un-
quails. There was evidence to show e d otGeneral James Parker com- Notary Public.
Ellen S. YounA.nt'S M. Young. Corndius I dersigned will apply to the Honorable
district. E. S. MATTHEWS. Commission the JOth: of
Brownsville expires day
that a large portion had re-entered manding the
President of Town Council.Attest Young and Annie E. YounGreeting: Park Trammell Governor of the Stateof
Mexico hilt some apparently scattered : C. A. FUTCH. I It ha'inhPel shown by affidavit that the Florida on the 1st day of July A. October, A. D. 1919. \ t
Town Clerk. Defendants Sarah E. Young Ellen S. Young, (Seal) 1 I 624t. s
along the brush-covered country on Withdraw CompletedWASHINGTON D. 1916, for letters patent incorporating -
Note Refusing to Parsed by a mij'ontyote: of the Town Council .Agnes M. Young Corneliuss Young and Annie NOTICE. J
the American side. 15.-Secre- the !
The first shot fired the June C. A. FUTCH. Florida. and that the residence of said defendants under the following proposed charter, State of Florida in Probate.In {
attacking
by tary Lansing's draft of the note which Town Clerk. Sarah E. Young Ellen S. Young AgnesM. the original of which is file in Re: Estate of J. C. Carte. Deceased.
Party was at the corporal of the guard General Carranza's demandfor Approved by me this 14th day of June A. Young and Cornelius Young reside in the now on To Ceila Carter Ada Carter, Joseph Carter -
refuse
tt 2 a.m. will D. 1916. C. F. HOOVER. city of Selma. County o( Dalla and State of the office of the Secretary of State of Laura Carter, Florence Carter and Pearl
withdrawal of American troops 6-16-4t. Mayor. Alabama, and that the defendant Annie E.Youru Florida. Carter, and all other interested parties..
Fight Lasts Thirty Minutes.For from Mexico was laid before President ---- is a resident of the town of Lizelle in R. R. THEDE. Greeting: ,.
the State of Georgia. and that there is no You and each of you ae hereby notified
thirty minutes, according to a Wilson for his approval today almost ORDINANCE NO 85. person in the State of Florida service of sub- 0. THEDE, that Cetla Carter as administratrix. of the estate '

report made by Major Gray, a brisknja&ement simultaneously with receipt of (the AN OFDIVANCE PFQUIRING ALL PRO?- pot na uiion whom onld bind said defendants JAMES T. MOORE. of J. C. Carter deceased late of Brad- }

ensued. There were not another border raid in which ERTY OWNERS ABUTTING ON ALL or either of them and that said defendantsare Proposed Charter of Thede-Moore ford County Florida has filed in the above
news of STREETS THAT ARE TO RE PAVED IN over the age of twenty-one years.It Company.The named court a petition, praying for an orderof
Bore than eighty Americans in the the camp of the Fourteenth Cavalryat THE TOWN OF STARKE. BRADFORD ;s therefore ordered considered and adjudged this court to be granted authorizing said
associate
ttfflp. It was the camp of M. Troop, San Ignacio was attacked and kill- COUNTY FLORIDA. HEREAFTER TO that the said defendants Sarah E. undersigned hereby petitioner to take possession of and sell, according i
but HAVE ALL WATER CONNECTIONS WITH Young, Ellen S. Young, Agnes M. Young.! Cor- themselves together for the purposeof I to. law the following inscribed real
a part of that troop was on duty ing of three troopers.The THE WATER MAINS ON SAID STREETS nehus! Young and Annie E. Young do appearto forming a corporation under and by estate as a portion of the assets of the said

down the river. The remnant of that however immediately aNn ALL JOINTS IN SAID CONNECTING the Complainant's Bill of Complaint hereinon virtue of the State of Florida, with estate of J. C. Carter, deceased skid real estate
troop development, PIPES OUT TO AND BEYOND THE CURBING or be'ore the Ifth day of July. A. D. 1916.in lying and being in Bradford county, Florida
'was reinforced by troop 1, which was called to the attention of the I AD10IMNG THE PROPERTY OF default whereof a decree pro eonfesso will the following proposed! charter: and described as follows:

WIle from a station above. Government and will be one EACH OWNER RESPECTFULLY. EXAMIN- be entered against the said Sarah E. Young. Article 1. The Northeast quarter of the Southeast quarter -
The Americans fought from trenches t'e facto ED AND PLACED IN GOOD FIRST CLASS Ellen\ S. Young Agnes M. Young Cornelius The name of this corporation shall' of the Southeast quarter of Section :21.
into of the elements on which the Adminis- CONDITION AT LEAST THIRTY DAYS Young and Annie E. Young.It be THEDE-MOORE COMPANY and I Township 6, South Range i'2 East ; Also thb
which they were ordered immediately tratn-n in its reply to Carranza, will PRIOR TO THE PAVING OF SUD STREETS is further ordered that this notice be pub- !.North half of the Southeast quarter of the
after the attack began. RESPECTIVELY. IN DFF\ULT OF 1 shid in the Bradford County Telegraph a its business shall be transacted and Northeast quarter of Section 1'>*. Township 6.
When predicate its declaration that the time THE SAID ABUTTING PROPERTY OWNERS newspaper published at Starke, in Bradford conducted in the State of Florida, and I I I South Range 22 East ; for the purpose of pay
they moved out and began the for withdrawal is not yet ripe because TO HAVE SAID CONNECTIONS AND courty, Florida once each week for five consecutive other States of the United States of ing certain indebtedness of said estate.

offensive! the Mexicans had gone. Mexican not prjperly pr'!it- JOINTS INSPECTED AND PLACED IV weeks America wherever profitable necessary ,|I I Therefore, you and each of >o'i, and all other -
troops are -
GOOD; FIRST CLASS CONDITION WITHIN IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I hate hereunto interested part:es are commanded that laying -
Major Grey reported that the comIDInder ing the border. ,THE TIME \POVE REQUIRED SAID COV.FCTIONS sit my hand and affixed the seal of our Cir- or convenient the principal place ,j(i all other business aside, you\ will be and .
of a detachment of Carranza Crisis is Near. \ AND JOINTS SHALL BE INSPECTED cuit Court on this the 12th day of June A. D. ,f business shall be in the Town ('of','', appear before me at my off:'e in Starke
troops AND PLACED IV GOOD FIRST 1915. Bradford county Florida. i!' Bradford county Florida. cn Thursday the
on the Mexican side had informed Anti American demonstrations CLASS CONDITION PY THE BOARD OF i w. T. WEEKS. Lawtey, Article 2. I|'I with' day of July A. D. 1916. It ten o'clock

J him that his men already had which also BOND TRUSTEES OF THE TOWN OF (Seal) Clerk A. !of., to show cause if any you can. why I
the Republic
Wn down throughout STARKE BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORID By R. A. WEEKS. The general nature of the business should not grant the prayer of aid petition.
and shot four of the bandits. will back up this declaration, have AND THE EXPENSE OF SAME SHAIL BE I Deputy clerk.A. 'r businesses to be transacted or con- (men under my hind and seal at Starke.

Major Grey made no comment on worked with the growing seriousness A HEN UPON THE RUTTING PROP- v. LONG, ducted by said corporation shall be to Bradford County. Florida. This the 14th day 2;
the officer's I ERTY. AND PROVIDING FOR THE Complainant's SoIcitor.: 6-15-Jt. of June A. D. 1916. ,
statement. of economic conditions to produce SUdlI CnilFfTIOV OP SAME WITH \TTORNFY I engage in a wholesale and retail mer- CEO A. G\KDINER. Ij

The indentity of the raiding party a grave situation that officials hf'rcI I 'S FFES. \ND PROVIDING THAT SAID j I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED .'antiie and commission business and County Judge of Bradford C"imty, Florida.
.
established by the international upheaval and CONNECTIONS ANTJOINTS SHALL TIEnEI'T i I UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER to carry en any trade or business incidental -16-5t. .ISLU ) '
story of Vincent E.11aAwho fear new
a 1--
RED AFTER THE \VIVG OF SUCH
I 4'*'. LAWS OF FLORIDA. thereto or connected theieith -
entered the American camp have taken additional steps to protect TPFFTS OMY UPON THE TERMS: .\\nrOVniTIONS j H'nl.y notice is gi\en that R. M. Siart- sell exchangefor 1I. t t4Lr'Yf 2 Obe d rNr'M M
'I \ to buy mortgage,
several hours after the fight. According Amei leans. An army transport is being HEHF.\FTER PROVIDED IIY man. purchaser of tax sale certificates numbered I. .
itself agents for others all
to his THE SAID TOWN COUNCIL ri-lx-ctiiely\ 12"5.:::= 12": and 171: issued by the or as COMER L. PEEl '
story, Lira had been made held in readiness at Galveston to PC it 1'il.uncd! bv the Town Council of the Tax Collector for Brtdfonl County. F'onda! I ir,ls of real or personal property, to i. .
1
Pnsoner 1 t.y the bandits at La Jarita, proceed Mexican: ports for refugee. Town of Starke. Bradford Countj. State of each ur raid certificates King dated the 4th borrow money for the use of the com- .
a station I loridaSrttio": day of Aagust..A. D. 1911. has filed the saidrirtifcatis 'It Florida Real Estate, Lund and *
ordered to the vicinity issue other .
twenty miles southwest of another has been i j r>anv and to notes or secur-
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laredo 1. All owmrs of land abutting any in m> office and has mido application .
on the National Railway several of the Mexican west coast, and |anil all streets of aid Town that may henaf- for tax died to issue in accordance with I 1 ity therefor and to deal in mortgages, Timber Expert. .

days atro. He said the party left the natransport Hancock, now taking :'ter be paved shall at least thirty days prior law, Thi -aid ctrtificat.snspirbvelyembrac' 'des. stocks, bonds or other negotiable .
laJarita 'i'to the paving of ..uch street ortrwN.. have all the 'i !I'mintt lanes in Bradford County. Florida I paper in connection with the busis -
Monday night and moved marines to Santo Domingo, will I ronneetiona with the water mains abuttinir assessed at the date of the i issuance of of the corporation. *> 33 years Experience at Starke. *

steadily across the barren country from that port to Vera Cruz as soon their respective lands on said streets and all -i.ch rttticates in the names res-pectiuj! hereinafter .
itbout go : joints, oi said connecfr.p pipes out to and 1.yon.1 *.- inrticulai'v! set forth to-wit : I Article 3. eQMr A'.4't I I ; anything to eat, arriving at as she has completed her present mis- the cuibm 'nspi-cttd and placed in pood Ci 'nficate No. 12t mliraces the Fran XW'iof Thf capital stock of this corporationshall

point near the American camp about :! Ii.- da-- rendition :>t the e\inse of the owner I"!''.. 2. S. of R :2:: E. Com atW Cur of I be five thousand (S-'i.OOO.OO) Dol- t -
idnight. The sion.A of said abutting li-nd nsitctivtl Kl:: and run Southerly :210:: ft to land d...-d. l
t attack made within lars to be divided into fifty shares of
two was copy of the terse message from 1! Soetion :2. Should such property owners or to H. Joms, thence E. along said line of Junes EDGAR YES
hours after they ani\ed. General :Mann bringing the first ofti- ':'either of them refuse or neglect to have sad .tvi' ft thence Northerly along public road to the par value of One Hundred Dollars

He said that cnnnccti.irs; and }<--int infected and pi-iced togood Inc Wtween Blks 1 and 2, thence Westerly ath, payment for said capital stock Optician TestedJACKSONVILLE.FiA.
) is during the fight he est cial word of the San Ignacio raid, was first class condition within the time abovepn.vidcd along said line to point of beginning in Tem be received in cash or in
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jjrr Liras story was partly cr('( forwarded to Special Agent Rodgersin that the board of Bond Trustees of the ple's suMniaion, Sec 21. Tp. 6. S. R. :2E.. proper- .
real personal at fair and
by the : said Town said a--eeeeil C. M 'V. or a just .
American shall have connections andjoints .ten Sparkman.
e officers. He is :Mexico City for presentation to theM ;lation' therefor to be fixed by the Broken Lenses Duplicate
Mexican inspected; and placed in good first class Certificate NX 127: embraces Lots 5. 6. B'k 1
I Was who until a few months ago facto Government. Secretary Lansing condition and 'he said Town shall have a hen 32 in Johns Add to Starke, Sec r N. Tp 6, S. R Board of Directors of this Corpora- Same Day as Reti.'ed

. living in San Antonio. While declined to discuss representations I u'''>n such abuttin.r property for the cost of : : E. assessed C. M. Sparkman. 'tion. weSperiJizeonhail. I Orders.*e fry Post*& I ites
t. here he said inspection' and the placing of said cr"i ICertificate, No. 173= embraces 3 Acres com I 140 W rORStTM ST
. tttch represent himself as a snake that may have accompanied it. i nection and joints in good first class condition at NW Cor of SW', of NE' and run S 420: Article 4. _
t to' It is believed, however that it was which Fad lien may be enforced by suit f et. E. /;W ft, N. 210 ft. W 420: ft. V 210 The term for which said Corporation I
Leader Once a Federal Officer in line ft law r>r in (equity In any Court of comrxUntjuiisdiction. ft. W 210: ft, to pt of beir. in NW'i of NE'i. shall exist shall be Ninety-Nine The Strong Withstand the Heat of
to The presented without comment and in a'l! such cases a reasonable Sec. 5. Tp. 7. S. R. 22 East 3 acres a.<.'1'M'd rears Weak
thft
name of the leader of the bands with recent policy of callying every attome>'s fee shall bo recoverable by the said C. M Sparkman. i I.. Summer Better Than ;

p has lot hen reported. of anti-Arrerican outbreaks, Town in addition to the cost of such inspec- Unless said certificates shall be redeemed according -I Article 5. i I Oldpeoplewhotrefecble.eadjoungerpeople
l From the body case tion and repair. to law. tax deed will issue thereon on who areweak,will be strengthened t
one of The business of this corporation
II t l \v the Mexicans, papers were bandits operations or attacks upon Sect'on 3. That after the paring of amstreet the 17th day of July. A. D. 1916. I and enabled to through t te depress- ,
the officers go
en that of Witniss my official signature and seal this I hall be conducted by following -
indicated to the attention or streets saiu Town : completed andacc..ptPd
1/ : Rula that he was Cruz American towns or posts I by said Town such water connectionsand the 13th day of June A. D. 1916. : A President Secretary and ing heat of summer by taking regularly.

a- doe major in Carranza's army. Un- of the Carranza Government. and joints aforesaid shall be paired only un- W. T. WEEKS. Treasurer, and a board of three director Grove's Tasteless Chill TOnIc It purifiesand

this apportance was not attached to on the terms and conditions as may hereafter (Seal Clerk Circuit Court. *, the office of Secretary and Treasurer enriches the blood and builds up t ,
I lie imposed and fixed from time to time by By R. A. WEEKS. 50c.
discovery by army officers how- Read the Telejtraph-$1.50 e Tear said Town Council but in no case shall such ,6-16-5t. Deputy Clerk. I may be held by one and the same the whole sjstem. j .
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