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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 30, 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)-
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.VOLUME 38. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1916. NUMBER 52.

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FLORIDA TROOPS I I MEETING OF THE VETERANS CERTIFICATE OF NOMINATION% NATIONAL-POSTER DAY FORMER VILLABANDITSGOING :


They Offfer Services to Gov- Local Organizations Will Stage

HELD UP ON EVE ernment in Case of War. AWARDED CAllS LAST TUESDAYState Patriotic Pageant.

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The members of J. J. Dickison Monday: July 3rd, has been desig-
OF DEPARTURE Camp U. C. V., held their quarterly Canvassing Board Finds I nated at National Temperance Poster TO CARRANZA

meeting Wednesday forenoon at the yesterday and each Day and the W. C. T. U. of Starkeis
court house. The following comrades The DeFuniak Man High by attorneys. Oral was arguments represented were making arrangements to have this --.j.

DEFINITE AS TO answered to the roll call: W. T. On Count. heard at the conclusion of which day fittingly observed.
NOTHING Weeks, S. F. Morgan: John Croft, D. Judge Love announced that sufficient The Boy Scouts of the local camp BANDING TOGETHER AND

!THEIR LEAVING LEARNED J. Byrd, L. U, Morgan, L. W. Kick- showing had not been made far an in. will lead the parade which will form APPROACHING THE BORDER
liter, A. McKinney, F. C. Haislop, INJUNCTION SOUGHT BY unction writ. His decision was handed promptly at 7:30 p. m. and march .

From General Wood Causes G. Hollingsworth, Henry Varnes J. KNOTT'S COUNSEL DENIED ; down about 9:30, and a few hears through the principal business streetsof -
Orders II. Roberts, T. W. Sweat, G. W. Dyal. ;later the State Supreme Court the town. Uncle Sam will come "Dynamite Squads" |?eing OrganizedBy
Halt in Movement of Regiment The minutes of last meeting were 1 him, denying the injunction. upheld down from Washington to take partin Carranza to Destroy RailwaysIn

From Black Point. read and adopted, after which some Courts Refused to Grant Request That Mandamus for Recount. the parade and will view the fea- Case of an Invasion by U. S.

routine business was transacted. The Board be Enjoined from Declaring Mandamus proceedings have been ture., .attractions, from some position at .
bond of A. McKinney as treasurer, the intersection of Call and Walnut -
instituted and under in Leon
Sidney J. Catts the Nominee-Catts are way ,
JACKSONVILLE, June 27.-Owing successor to Wm. Tison, deceased, was Suwannee, Hamilton and Madison streets. EL PASO. Tex., Tune 28.Freshcause
to dispatches received last night from approved, and it was ordered that the Majority: Over Knott Was Declaredto counties, and action may be started There are several unique attractionsthe for appz-ehens'im was found ;
the department of the East, Governor's bank account, $26.88, be turned over be 260 Votes.JACKSONVILLE. elsewhere. Mr. Knott's advisers hold nature of which will not be made along the border in news of the gath- i
Island the Second Florida regimentdid to Mr. McKinney.The that owing to ignorance regarding the public now, but besides these there will ering of strong forces of former Vil-
not entrain this morning for the ladies of W. T. Weeks ChapterU. method of counting first and second be music by the band, several patriotic la sympathizers under notorious chief-
border. Preparations to make a de- D. C., extended an invitation to the June 27.-W. V. choice votes irregularities obtained in addresses by Boy Scouts and a tem- tains in the vicinity of Juarez and

parture at 10 o'clock today had been veterans to a dinner. The invitationwas Knott's efforts to restrain the State I many precincts, and they express the perance solo. close survellance of civil and military'
made on receipt of instructions to that accepted, and after a vote of Canvassing Board from certifying the belief that when a recount is made The entire evening's program pro- I authorities on former adherents, who
effect received yesterday, these or- thanks to the ladies the veterans nomination as Governor of Sidney J. the majority will fall away from Cattsin ises to be one of unusual merit and are now refugees in lEI Paso.
'ders being: countermanded by the later marched to Rowand's Cafe, where a Catts, yesterday failed when writ of favor of their candidate. worth and is sure to be very interest- General Jose Floras, commanding
dispatches.The tempting and bountiful meal awaited injunction was denied by Judge Love, Yesterday's injunction proceedings ing to the spectators. There are a 800 infantrymen is reported in Juarez;
latest orders intimated that them, which was very much enjoyed. of the Second Judicial Circuit, and the merely sought to restrain the can- number of organizations taking part after making peace \ith the de facto
there is a probability of the regiment After the dinner the old soldiers felt decision upheld by the State Supreme vassing board from announcing the in this work with the W. C. T. U. and government. Gen'ralIanuel' Banda,

being moved at an early date, though I so good that they unanimously offered Court on appeal. nominee until recounts are made. everyone connected with the fun mak- once a Villa subordinate, is known to
nothing definite can be learned as to their services to the government in The canvassing board will now pro- Where Mr. Knott Expects Gains. ing department is of the opinion that be across the Rio GrAnde and Manuel t,
the time or the destination. Officersat case of a war with Mexico. ceed with its canvass and, on the face Returning last evening from Quincy none can afford to miss any part of Medinavietta and Joe Ysabel Robles
Black Point yesterday stated their The next regular meeting will be of the returns will declare Sidney J. and Tallahassee, Thomas B. Adamsof what promises to be an unprecedented also have taken ad\ajtage of the am- "

instructions were to proceed to San September 27th. Catts the party nominee as the resultof this city, and one of the attorneysfor demonstration for patriotism and tem- nesty granted by Cairanza.| Still an-
Antonio, wherethey expected to re- S. MORGAN the primary of June 6. Mr. Knott Mr. Knott said: perance. other former Villa leader, Colonel
cejye further orders. Adjutant. will continue mandamus proceedingsin "Many: good lawyers of the state Maximo Castillo, hay joined General j '
Owing to the lack of equipment for several counties looking to a recount have entertained the opinion that Mr. NEWS FROM THE COURT HOUSE. onzales' garrison in Juarez. Castillo
recruits, the regiment will move DEATH OF MRS. THOMAS. of the votes. Should such recounts Knott could by injunction prevent the who has been blamed for the dynamiting '0
should orders come within the next give him a majority it will bea state canvassing board from proceeding Realty Transfers.The of the Cumbre tilmel in Februaryof

few days ,at peace strength, the Mrs. Louise Thomas died at her simple matter for the canvassing I. with the canvass of the returns ast following deeds have been recorded 1914, in which 2-1 Americans and
rookies being held at the state camp home on Black Creek, Clay county, board to recall its certificate of nomi- othe office of governor until amended in the office of the county clerk 50 Mexicans lost their lives, recently
grounds awaiting the arrival of rifles June 12th, aged 84 years. The inter- nation and declare Mr. Knott the suc- returns had been sent in from the this week: returned to Mexico vio Vera Cruz

and accoutrements. When such ar- ment was at Beulah cemetery Rev.L. cessful candidate.In several counties where mandamus prQ. R. H. Green and wife to S. V. An- from Cuba, where he went after being -
rive, it is expected, they will immed- W. Kickliter of Starke, officiating.The such an event Catts will have the ceedin!}s to secure recounts have been drews, northwest quarter of south- released after the Cumbre crime.
iately proceed to join the balance of deceased lost her husband in same privilege and is expected to pray filed or are contemplated. Mr. Knott, west quarter of sec 32, tp 6 S, R 20 The bandit raid near Machita which d
the command. I the Civil war, and the burden of sup- for mandamus for recounts, and the desiring that a certificate of nomina- E, containing 40 acres consideration resulted in he murder of William Par-
General Foster yesterday issued a port and the bringing up of six chil- prospect leaves open the possibility of tion be not issued until it is finally $500.J ; ker and his bride, still was a subject
statement dealing with the Florida her. with cross mandamuses and injunctions for entitled of speculation today in connection
dren fell on But a brave determined who is justly to F. Brooks and Minnie L. Brooksto
military system. The statement de- I spirit and unflagging industry she an indefinite period. the nomination, did at 9 o'clock filea Thos. R. Collins, lot 7, block 16 in ; with the presence of the former Villa
clared that preparations continue for went to work and the Lord blessed her Figures Announced. bill for injunction before Judge Love Brooker; consideration $340. followers in Juarez and the apparent '
sending the regiment to the border as effort, giving her not only enough of Figures before the canvassing board of the Second judicial circuit at Quin- Rhoda Sapp to John S. McCormickwest lack of protection afforded the border
soon as orders come, and that when material comfort, but enabled her to yesterday gave Catts a majority of half bf northwest quarter of from bandit raids. Their probable activities t
such instructions are received no time train her children in the way they 260 votes. Knott received, on the cy."The bill recited the holding of the I northwest quarter, except 2',4 acres in in the event o: hostilities gave
will be lost in carrying them out. The should go and giving each of them a face of the returns, a total of 33,169 primary election; that he and Mr. : the southeast cor, one hundred and five rise to numerous alarming theories.
Second regiment, when the mobilization start in life. Her life was spared to votes, of which 24,720 were first and Catts of the five candidates were the yards square of sec 20 tp 5S, R 21 E, Although the embargo on munitionsstill
order came, was weakened on account let her enjoy the fruits of her life's 8,449 were second choice. Catts received high men, etc. The bill also set up containing 18 acres; consideration $5 is rigidly enforced! at points of entry
of several companies having recently labors, and seeing her children and 33,329 votes, 30,092 first and that numerous mandamus proceedings': and other valuable considerations.D. that regarding food is not. Sev-

been disbanded, and last Sun- grandchildren grow up around her, 3,337 second choice. are now pending in Leon, Suwannee, A. Barry and J. C. Barry to H. eral wagon loads of foodstuffs held up
day the total strength was five hun- and when she peacefully closed here Mr. Knott's petition for injunctionset Hamilton and Madison counties to secure P. Gainey, southwest quarter of north- at the international bridges were released -

I dred. Since then four new companieshave 'es for the last time, was laid to rest forth that in many precincts irregularities recounts, together with the gainsin eaist quarter, sec 28, tp 7, R 21 E, today after the consignors re-
teen mustered in and the regi- by the beloved church which she help- and errors have been discovered second choice votes he will makein containing 40 acres; consideration ceived permission from Washingtonto
fourteen 0 and that in to himself send them acros in response to f
ment now numbers nearly ed to organize 53 years ago. justice each place. $300. .
hundred men, about half of which are Of near relatives the deceased leavesto and his supporters, a recount should "The bill also set up the facts as to Laura A. Wilson and J. E. Wilsonto protests against detention of the sup- j
untrained. Only the peace strengthof mourn her departure, Mr.: Jesse be had and the canvassing board restrained other places where he expects by further D. Davis and R. L. Summerlin plies. That the food shortage is be-
men who have had some previous Thomas, of Starke, and Messrs. Pink, from certifying Catts J.he mandamus proceeding to secure northeast quarter of northwest quarterand coming more acute in the interior of ,.
training will be sent to the border and Lafayette and Roland Thomas, of Clay nominee until such recount or recountsare recounts with the gains he will makeat that portion of northwest quarterof Mexico was declared by arrivals from
the balance held at the camp groundsfor county, also one daughter.Irs.. Polly I made. each place. In other words, the bill northeast quarter west of S. A. L. the South, who told ff bread lines in i9

instruction. Tillis. of Clay county. The deceasedwas Both candidates were present in R. R., less 3% acres in northeast cor Chihuahua City, Duriingo and Torreon
Regarding the matter of discharges widely known and much beloved, person at the hearings at Tallahassee (Continued on Page 7.) belonging to R. F. Martin, and 1 acre and brought photographs to substantiate : -

for which there have been quitea and a host of friends join the bereaved sold to Mary Jane Robinson, said land their !statement \\
few applications, General Foster's relatives in mourning the death of I lying: and being in sec 2fi, tp 5 S. R Mexican: refugees f\,ho reached the
statement follows: their mother. COMPLIED consider border today from thf mining districtsof
WITH 22: E, containing 40/2 acres;
Many cases have arisen where it CARRANZA HAS ation $2,000.Mattie Southern Chihuahua, brought stories -
appears that the call for service involves STARKE TIGERS WIN BALL GAME: D. Clemmens and J. M. Clemmens of the organization of "dynamite
: serious sacrifices for those con- and Kelly to heirs of squads" in General Ticvino's army. It
Joseph
cerned. There are a number of instances Will Play Jacksonville Team Here on u. s. DEMANDS TO FREE SOLDIERS John O. Kelley, deceased: and D. W. is said they plan that should it become
where young soldiers have southeast of northeast apparent in the event of war that the
Fourth of July. Kelley, quarter
been compelled to leave those depen- quarter and southeast quarter of sec de facto troops could not hold the rail-
dent upon them and members of their 21 southwest of northeast roads to destroy them and tha de-
families who are ill. These cases have Wednesday afternoon the Starke PRISONERS TAKEN AT CAR- quarter; and northwest quarter quarter of tachments now stationed along the

naturally appealed to the sympathiesof Tigers romped away with the second RIZAL ON WAY TO BORDER mediate break with Mexico has been southeast quarter and west half of I Mexican Central anal l the Mexican
the of ball played this season. The the with the I Northwestern will he concentrated at
governor, the adjutant generaland game ; averted by compliance I see 22: ; northwest quarter of sec 27;
all concerned but under the operation Booger-Bottom team from a settle- oJ :Ame"iran demand for the release of and east half of northeast quarter of Chihuahua City. Bomls and hand grenades -
of the federal law, the powerto ment east of Starke was not able to Whether War Has Been Prevented the twenty-three troopers captured at see 28. tp 6 S, R 20 E, containing in it was said, was being made by "
deal with such cases does not rest stand the rapid fire attack of pitcherJim Only Postponed no Officials in I('n nizal. all !840 acres; consideration $1,200. plugging the ends of :'mall pipes after
with the state authorities and discharges Kickliter and the deadly slugging Washington Will Predict. Whether war has been prevented rr New Suit*. filling them with ponder, nails and
cannot be given except by or- of the "big end" of the batting line iron. ,
merely postponed none here will attempt The following suits have been instituted scrap
der of the Secretary of War. Some and so succumbed to the inevitable. to say tonight, as official information this week in the circuit court: Arrival of the first Rational Guardsmen -
letters have been ;received claimingthat Although the frequent rains of the SAN ANTONIO, Tex., June 28.-Gen- ns to Carranza's attitude is V. .1. Jones et al vs W. P. Lee fore- is leingawaiu' soldiers were physically: unfit far i last several days have prevented the eral Funston tonight received a report lacking, and until Carranza's reply to closure of attachments; amount involved Arrangement virtually! have been com-
service, and in reply it may be stated boys from getting the desired amountof from General Bell at El Paso Secretary Lansing's note which was $590.03.P. pleted for their camp sites, provisioning -
that the entire day yesterday was de- practice the entire team made avery stating that he had been notified by sent Sunday is received there will be, A. Williams vs Willis Jacksonand and drilling by regular army officer -
Toted to the physical examination of creditable showing and should ben Mexican Consul Garcia that the troopers rTo decision on whether President Wilson T. B. Jordan, partners doing business ?.
the members of the regiment. This excellent trim for the next game. taken at Carrizal were on their will lay the crisis before Con- in firm name Magnolia Lumber The largest guard ,!nce the present!
examination has been most rigid and The line-up of the Tigers was as follows "i- way to Juarez and probably would arrive gress. Co.; attachment suit involving crisis developed wa," stationed last
all men who are shown as the result : tomorrow. According to the : although
report Press dispatches announcing the release $350. night at the international bridges,
thereof to be unfit for service will he Jay Alderman c. Johns, 2b, Chancey
Garcia received from General of the prisoners caused an un- Removal of disabilities of C. B. no fear was expressed that
discharjrd forthwith under authority ,b, II. Watt cf, G. Beasley If, Kick-
Trevino, the prisoners are to be delivered disguised relief here and are acceptedas Hayes; granted. should an outbreak occur an attempt
which has alr'adheen given the federal liter p, A. Canova ss, C. Beasley rf,
the American authorities
to at true although no announcementof Frank Adams Annie Eliza Adams would be made to ru:>h the structure.
government'official,; by the War Freeman lb. once. official It was believed that should a foray
their release has come through suit for divorce.
the Tigers -
On the Fourth of July
Department. Will Not Affect Movement of Militia.
sources. While tension is lessened occur the attempt would be made at
AH of the and letters, will bring to their camp here the husky
telegrams There are no indications at other along the river.
army somewhat, the question of Car- some points ,
known in Jacksonville HONOR OF MISS LEWIS.On .
which have been written to the governor bunch of ball players headquarters that the liberation of ranza's 'attitude toward General Per- IN i
and the adjutant general will be as the Gas Company team. the prisoners will affect in any way shinjr's expedition is still unsettled. If :MRS. BROWNLEE :ENTERTAINS :
replied to a!=: soon as it is physically: This team is conceded to be one of in the movement of guardsmen to the Carranza stands upon his orders to Tuesday evening :Mrs. J. C. Rob- AT ROOK. j

possible to do so. the fastest amateur aggregations border. The first contingents of the attack Pershing's men when they move inson entertained charmingly in compliment -
the state and is sure to put up a fast I Eastern troops will enter Texas tomorrow otherwise than toward the border, the to her sister, Miss Hilda -
the local outfit.However of Tuesday
IMPROMPTU :MrSICALE. article of ball aganst i. or the next day. It has been situation is just where it was befo/e.< Lewi:::, of Jasper, who is the attractive A oelightful occasion
for a. informal Rook party
the
Tigers ready evening
are was an
announced that the Missouri troops house guest of Mr. and :Mrs. Rob-
of '
good fight, such as the Fourth of July However, there is a possibility set- given by :\11'5. I II. L. Brownlee at her
will to Laredo. I West Madison street.
go this through negotia- inson, on
An
informal gathering at the homeof battle promises to be, and are very tling question home on South street.
Mr J. :\Mitchell and :Mrs. R. 0.
the ?
Col. tions which did not exist while
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C. L. Peek last Tuesday evenWR the outcome.
the -
optomistic as to Daniel assisted Mrs. Robinson in look- The earlier hours <\f evening
proved to be a most delightful The boys have not yet selected the Prisoners Expected Today. Americans were held prisoners. after the pleasure of the guests. were spent at Rook an'l many closely
occasion. Because of the many tainted battery for this game but it is a sure- EL PASO, June 28.-General Trev Preparations of the United States ing decorated contested games were enjoyed before
The were tastefully
musicians present the evening ty that the artists selected will be the ino has ordered that the American for war will j go: steadily forward.If with rooms beautiful roses and graceful pot- the attention of the young folks was
was devoted almost entirely to musical best that can be obtained in the state.A prisoners interned in the Chihuahua negotiations are taken up the The finally turned to informal conversationon .
ted plants. evening passed away
numbers given by the various guests TIGER. penitentiary be taken to Juarez and United States will insist upon the most pleasantly in social conversation selected subjects. Time passed almost i'
one of the most'enjoyable of which released. This information was received freedoms movements for General Miss i ii unnoticed, so hen was the interest -
and playing progressive games,
"as a selection given bv the hors SOME MELON.In tonight at Juarez. Pershing-'s expedition, during any per- i J'annettl'Iatthews winning first displayed in the games and conversation -
Quartette. The Mexican authorities asserted of and it'a.. a late hour
iod delay. ,
addition to being a very enter- prize and Charlie Beasley the "booby.
During the that General Bell had been notified of served dainty refreshments -
: evening: Miss Lois Peek Mr. John Shriver fruit served when guests were
merchant Refreshing punch was
prising
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and Mrs. S. L. Peek served punch and Trevino's order and that the prisoners : DAVIS TO CARRY MAIL. at the of peach ice cream and
and
himself the entire
of Brooker, is proving a suc- during evening,
wafers. are expected to reach the border to- cake. After number of popular .
I a
cessful farmer so far, at least, as the close of the games the hostess served
Those morrow. General Bell did not deny which Miss WItherington: was
,
I present were Misses Doris growing of watermelons goes. On M. of Starke's i cream and wafers. songs
Ellery Davis
Law the but refused to discuss it. one the departed
and report, to sing, guests
!I Lois Peek Mesdames af- prevailed upon
and Monday he sent the editor of the Tel- received his Those enjoying this delightful
popular men,
I Duncan, of Springfield Mo. W. II. He said that any report on Mexican very young Alvarez all hearty in their appreciation -
egraph a beauty that weighed 48 appointment papers this week from fair were, Misses Kathleen ,
I Phillips, S. L Peek, and F. H. Long, pounds. In a letter Mr. Shriver states pdvices would be made' by General Washington, D. C., giving him the con- Agnes Gardiner, Clara Mae Durden, of of the evening so pleasantly spent
Funston. There are twenty-three negro their hostess.
XTV Messrs. Luther Powell W. H. that he is expecting a yield of six tract to carry mail on the three Tampa, Hilda Lewis, of Jasper, Clara with
of the Tenth held
Phillips, Blanchard Law and Ellery carloads from 10 acres and that the troopers pris- routes running out of Starke which Moitt, Onie Edwards, Jeannette.Matthews Those enjoying thl e'eningth
Davis. oners and Lem Spillsburg, a Mormon ? Misses Ruth
melons showing an average weight of will be known hereafter as Route A. Mesdames J.1.. Mitchell and Mrs. Brownlee were: 4 L .
35 pounds. He says the market is scout. Mr. Davis has purchased a new Ford R. O. Daniel; Messrs. Charlie Beasley, French, Lena Chancey. Agnes Wither-
. Hon. A. D. Andrews and little grand fine for fancy melons. It certainly Roadster from the Anderson garage Cliff Chancey, Allan Canova Rodney ington and Kate French and Messrs.
. son, Phillip Robbins, of Raiford, were looks like he has what the markets Immediate Break Prevented. and will begin carrying the mail over Turner, Henry Freeman, Harold Wall Jim Kickliter, Homer Limbaugh Raw-
i 10 Davis and Gary h nnis. ,
Starke Thursday. want. WASHINGTON, June 28.-An im- his route on July 1st. and Powell Carpenter. som
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FRIDAY JVNE 3D, 1516. I H
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAHKE, FLORIDA. PACK THBEI :


MANY PERISH OX STEAMER DRUG PLANTS MAY BE PROFITABLE I fl

I News of Florida in Short GLAD THAT SHE M ,

,nITiWHi-i FWSi"i reTOSy raP'l: The Mercury With 800 .Aboard Sinksin .,
Black Sea.
: HEEDED ADVICEOF Since the European war began ;
a Live State News l les I there has been a steady increase in. Worn Out? t .
PETROGRAD via
J I London June 23. the prices of many of the drug plants

S > >wax S>gaS Sg ga ? ? tsxssasapsz.rsdsrses. -The loss of life on the steamer Mercury and essential oils used in perfumeries.At No doubt you are, tf ,.

C Told by Our Exchanges. sunk by a mine in the Black sea HER FRIENDStrong present many of these prices range you suffer front any of tho '.

has been undoubtedly large from late frow two to four times higher, than numerous ailments to 1 .

s. L1a1.. reports received in regard to the disaster they were before the war. The Unit which ail women are tub'

ARCADIA.-Parker Brothers who SANFORD.-Seminole county has ed States has depended almost entirely lect Headache, back-

are among the largest cattle raisersof the reputation now of having some of The Mercury was enroute from Statement Is Given by I upon European countries for these ache, sideache tired nervous-

South Florida last week shipped the finest thoroughbred cattle in the Odessa to Kherson with 800 passenger Jacksonville Woman Has materials and the present shortage are some the fey g, ,

from Arcadia 1,009 head of cattle to state and better still we have some of ;;. She struck the mine 13 miles Gained Over 5 Pounds On is felt very keenly by the large chemical toms and you must rid

a Texas firm.LEESBURG.hiss. the finest grazing lands in the state. from Odessa and two miles off shorein companies.Dr. yourself of them In order ;

And furthermore we are now buildingsilos a rough sea, and sank in five min Tanlac./ E. R. Flint, professor of chemistry to feel well. Thousandsof
in which utes. Only two lifeboats were launched in the women, who bare
Daisy James of we expect to place some College of Arts and Sciences -
: been benefitfd by this!
near Leesburg recently shipped the of the finest corn and other silage to and both laden with passengers When so many well known peopleof University of Florida thinks P remedy, urge you to

first carload of watermelons porn supplement the grazing lands for cat were overturned. unquestioned character and integrity there may be an opening in this line

Lake county this season. The melons tle feed that will fatten the cattle as Boats rescued passengers who: were make statement after statement for some Florida farmers. The growing I TAKECardiii

for 5450ORLANDO.The. they have never been fatened before. strong swimmers or who floated to each and every one of them testifyingto of drug plants and flowers for
sold
them on fragments of wreckage. In the same thing day after day, then their essential oils is a specializedform

MIAMI.-War trucks and this way a majority of the passengers I 11 the truth of such statements can not of farming and a great deal of
on heavy
United States were saved, but a large number are is i4 I
Protective Association is log wagons which tear thecounty'soiled longer be doubted. experience required before they can
Automobile boulevards was declared by the unaccounted for. What is true of other large cities is be raised successfully. With the pres. .

the name of a new concern recently bord( iof county commissioners: of also true of Jacksonville. Since the ent high prices it would probably pay
Orlando for the :
in 300.000
organized purpose Dade last week when JEWS FIGHTING introduction of Tanlac in that city a to begin experimenting with some of
county a resolution -
of apprehending and bringing to just. was passed instructing the few weeks ago its sales have increased these plants in a small way. There The Womaj's TonicMrs.

ice automobile thieves.PESACOLAThere. county attorney to file an injunction It is estimated that the number of L y leaps and bounds and a number of has been little of this work done in Wood

asking.thecourt to restrain C. C At- Jews in the world at the beginning of reliable people from all walks of life the United States and no definite information Sylvia ,
'
: sailed from kinson from continuing his practice of 1915 was 10,431,829, of whom nearly have come forward and added their can be given on the subject daiftonMHL Ky., says:

Pensacola recently the Norwegian hauling heavy logs from near Arch one-half were residents in Russia testimony to the thousands of others "Before takifljCardul,

steamer Bufjord loaded with rosin for Creek to Buena Vista over the Dixie 1,994,378 were in Austria-Hungary, throughout the South who have given I Some of the products that might be I was, at time, so weak I

England. There were over tS.OOU bar- highway. and 1,1;6.240 in the United States. this remarkable medicine their unqual. produced in Florida are thyme peppermint could bardl.1o'alk.; and

rels of rosin in the cargo and the ship About 500,000 Jews are fighting in the ified endorsement.One lemon grass spearmint sassafras I the pain In tay back and

was in a hurry to sail.OKALOOSA.Three. war 20,000 being with the British of the latest to testify is Mrs.T. rose geranium oil, orange and head nearly MIed me.
CLEARWATER.-The applicationfor force. H. Crichlow 1207 Rushing street lemon peel oil. Large drug and chemical After taking Ira bottles' I

hundred dollars ellas an injunction to restrain the Pin- whose husband is a skilled cabinet companies like Eimer & Amend of Cardul, the'' pates dis

have been appropriated by the ceeding county with cammissioners the construction from of pro-a REQUIESCAT: IN PACE maker and erecting engineer of this !03; 3rd Ave., N. Y., and Synflour Scientific appeared. Nj.feelaswellasIevcTilld.
city. Laboratories )Monticello N. Y.
,
board of Okaloosa in Every
school county court house last
at Clearwater
was
the interests of home demonstrationwork. week denied by Judge 0. K. Reaves (By "Thorn" in Palm Beach Post) "I've been in a terrible run down would handle such products and might suffering wotaan shouldtryCarduL"
condition for a long time" said :Mrs. be> able to supply some information on '
The had closed in
will subscribe polls 'Oeiaboffie
town
The state an and there is now nothing to preventthe every ;
Crichlow "and I have tried end of the .
no subject.It
amount. Miss Myrtle Warren commissioners To quiet all had settled down; E68GEN.CRANTSAID
equal from the proceeding may

medicines but nothing gave me relief will be some time before the i I
When in the booth o'er th'phone
will be in charge.ST. with the erection of the building came
i until a friend persuaded meto try American farmer can hope to compete -
with the proceeds of the recently voted These words in most sepulchraltone i Tanlac. My stomach seemed to go with the European growers of these

PETERSBURG.-Citizens here $160,000 bond issue as contemplated. back on me entirely and I was all materials but with the present high

are buying automobiles at a lively "How's Catts?" down and out but this medicine has prices to foster the industry, it seems

rate judging by the number of garages made me gain in weight and I now possible that he may be able to compete -
being erected. The city clerk GREEN COVE One of the feel with the .
big- "Good Heavens! Do not ask me that! a hundred per cent better."I imported products aftera
issued during May permits for the gest lumber deals consumated in this ""I'm but a pure-food democrat!" couldn't eat anything that didn't few years.SWEET .

construction of eight garages. During section of the country in some time each "He sour on my stomach and make me miserable
I Replied man: stands no
the month there were permits was announced Saturday when the show- and I didn't seem to get any POTATO VARIETIESSHOULD "LET US SMOKE IN THIS
issued for eight new residences. Carpenter and O'Brien Lumber Company nourishment from food. I
"So; how in thunder do I know- my was : XOT BE MIXED "
at Eastport placed an order "How's Catts?" weak and run down from this conditionand WORLD, NOT IN THE NEXT.

BARTOW.-Engineers of the Bar- for (5,000,000 feet of yard stock with I.. .... ",,' nothing I could take seemed to do -

tow Lakeland and Winter Haven Interurban the Dowling-Shands Lumber Company Some--said 'twas Knott and some said me any good at all. All varieties of sweetpotatoes do
Street Car Line have completed at Green Cove Springs for imme- not; "Finally I got to looking so bad and not mature at the same time. Farmers Smoke the Old/ Reliable
diate The lumber is destined had lost much who have not had enough vines
surveys between Lakeland and shipment. Some said that Wood would take th so weight and strengththat to
Winter Haven and between Winter for the New York markets and will pot; a friend of mine began to tell plant their crop have been in the habitof "A. P. H."

Haven and Bartow. The surveyingcrews he carried on the steamer William O'- And some said Hudson smooth and me about Tanlac, and said it was the obtaining additional ones from their CIGARA

are now making surveys be- Brien, which is owned by the purchasing thrifty very thing for me, so I decided to tryit neighbors. Frequently they mix varieties

'tween Bartow and Lakeland and expect company.-Jacksonville Met. Would split with Farris fifty-fifty- for I knew I couldn't go on as I and as ;a result the potatoes do ( Pure Havana) ..l.lI

to have these completed by the "How's Catts ?" was and tha tsomething had to be not mature at the same time. I '

17th. PLANT CITY.-Even Plant City done."I Some will not be mature at digging II

hens have the progressive spirit and No mighty man in all the Jbunch am now on my fifth bottle and time and as a result they will spoil in I Made by the

are out for championship records. This Would e'en admit he'd had a hunch- my improvement is something remarkable storage. C K. McQuarrie, state agent r
SARASOTA.-Work will be startedin and I want everybody to know for the University of Florida Extension
is shown by the accomplishment of a Until he heard come o'er the wire
a tVw days on the $250,000 road and hen belonging to II. A. Lanier which "Say tell me quick as house-afire- what this medicine will do. It's simply Division, reminds farmers that STARKECIGARCO.

bridge system for the SarasotaVenicedistrict has laid an egg measuring nearly two "How's Catts ?" splendid. I have gained 5 poundsand there is a great loss in storage every t
of Manatee county. This will probably several more, for I didn't from immature Furthermore
and one-half inches in diameter over year potatoes. GEO. L.
MASSEY I
give about fifty miles of good roadsof the first time until had takenit Prop. ]
I
I. three inches in length, and over nine "Oh stay the tongues!" the judges weigh the potatoes cannot be stan- ,
which about thirty will be sand- inches in circumference (the long yell about two weeks. At that time I dardized as long as varieties are mix STARKE

asphalt with concrete base. Amongthe I wayThis) monster egg weighed "How do you think that we can tell weighed 115 pounds but I must have ed. If vines must be obtained from FLORIDA.. !
,
bridges will be one over Sarasota fully four ounces. However, the remarkable "The man who's whipped-the manwho's picked up a lot even then. I now different sources they should all be

bay to the gulf beach on Sarasota features of this productionare won- weigh 120, and the medicine has doneme of the same variety. I Drives Out Malaria Builds Up System

key. still to be recorded. Inside of the "Till we have all th' countin' done""How's no end of good in just every way. I I The Old Standard general itreagtheninf tonic '

shell were two large yolks and one Catts ?" It has" braced me up and made me feel You get a'l the important national|,I GROVES TASTELESS shill TONIC drhu out
!
MIAMI.-One of the largest pouli' i fully developed, hardboiled egg. fine. state county news in the Telegraph., tem.Milanaenrichethebloatandbuilds A true tonic. For up the iyv t.
acalu and
try farms in south Florida is the aim I Above their grave I've raised a Referring to this case, Mr. G. F. __ ( children SOc. .
of W. C. )Mechale who is developing a plank- Willis said: u -- -- t- ..
DUNXELLON. M. Bryan, who
piece of land at the head of the South was employed by the Rodman Lumber To fully prove my feelings rank; "The approach of spring and the
Fork of the Miami river on the edgeof with Men who'd insist on simple plea- many ailments attacking mankind at tl 11 i bI
Company at Steen met a
the Everglades. Six incubators are fatal accident Tuesday. While ( I've killed four men who asked of me"now's this season of the year prompts me to I I I' + ky
'n-I lay special stress the merits of '
upon
running constantly on this place and paged in logging the slack of the Catts? Tanlac as a spring tonic. Mmtln, ; nif+ ,
1,000
young chickens are already his left else+ rr"Rtikd+ d 1
caught him crushing ;
rope "It has wonderful reconstructive I
chirping around in the little yards BENSON.-As a climax to the
which their owner has providud. side and internally injuring! him so building! boom which has made a thriving properties and as a general tonic for ,
that death came to him on Thursday weak and down and anemic
town out of what was a year ago run persons -
I morning. The body was conveyed to merely the "siding" of Benson, the and as a tissue builder blood -r-
NEW SMYRNA.-The $2f)0,0t)0; ) issue Martel, where he had resided many
citizens of that place are going! aftera purifier and strength giver, Tanlac is

of road bends voted by the peo- years, and services were held in St. modern station building, and an appeal excellent at this time of the year. -. :5i' .:.. \ .;:.. .::
pIe' of New Smyrna special district John's church, and he was tenderlylaid will shortly be made to the state 1 specially suggest its use now by SUMMEJR
LOW ROUND TRIP RATES
last October was sold I by the Volusia I to n-st Thursday in the presenceof railroad commission to that end. In i persons who are in a run down and 111
hoard of county commissioners at large number of friends and re- FROM JACKSONVILLE
an I a support of their contention for better weakened condition following the severe ,
adjourned! meeting held of latives. ,l l I.. .___. _.... r
Monday l..i..1 A n | n SOII CI i..rt. M 1/
winter."It CbiMt '
last railroad (equipment the citizens of I IJ..>.,.-_.____ 51 WI Si K..l__.._.. 116 6f t...'"''. .._. .._ 3I.M ;
'week the bonds bringing 1 j ,.... __ .. .., .... _
Color.
a premium Benson will represent to the railroad has been my experience and ob- 5..i. 11oG D.I..k 6i 70 lie.-! 21 40
of S.It L.k.CUT.._..- 7V" "IMIP.|_._ 17 8.I.1..I.. ._._ 3,3Sl
$2,000. This amount will lie MAYIafayctte( county has!' long commission that not less than 200 car- servation that such persons receive dl..el.w.---. 1.......__ 41 9K iw ..'...01.)6\0.
.. W .... _._.._ .
added to th. Porllud | 10 IM 01 .1!- 'S F. L..k. is.''
? original issue. lid-n proud of the distinction of being loards of fruit and vegetables was the most gratifying lesulb and if they &""'..-1 40 1..01 PrfoifceT.-..-..._, !HAI ro/d.._.... .._ .. f1j ,_,__ .._
,
Lot 03' 1"110 50 40 Dt"
the center of "hominy, ham gravy, shipped out of Benson: during the take thefull course of six bottles they r/ 10.. Aq.l..l 1',......1 11.011': x910 M.ckn.OBul.l.. .._- ...._.._ .. vo Cb.uquo I _._ 4) M M)
.... .. .
I t' I CI...., Park--_ IMS N..IH K.ll. .. wvaLow M..k C. .. 3091i
SARASOTA-This will lit'| a busy sweet potato and cane syrup" sectionof last season, and that the outlook i is; will never have cause to regret it. run .. .,.... Color.4a, C.bl...... C... .. I.....". ..d Mieki;,....i.; ...
Fumnu-r in and around Sarasota. Visitors Florida. Now the good old county that the production will increase!' from Tanlac is sold exslusively in Starke I i ;i t th.....Id.Cc...l l.k. ..4 Iwky M.......... Froportioiui.lT low ,,... Iou,,".'k.' p".,, I.

next season will find it possibleto \ has another claim to fame of which year to year.INVERNESS.. by C. P. Cason; in Lake Butler by r 1 I Tick.li..ale 4.ilr...il S.ol.30. ...... hoiit; 0... It. t

reach the main points of the Sara- it i is more proud than of any other.In Tomlinson-Maines Drug Co.; in Hampton III I VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVFR.ALT IAKF-.COLORADO:
sota-Venice district over thirty miles. I the teachers examinationjust : .-A very unusual; and by the Hampton Pharmacy; in .Jr J.PR1NGS. i.os AN<;ELI.S. s..\ FRNCISUJ.fURFLAND : ,
of county I Lawtey by the Cash Drug Store; inRaifotd I, : SEA PILE, L1C.troolk .
sanJasphalt road in addition to the !' closed Miss Inez Folsom the 12- altogether peculiar occurance took I I by the Weaver Drug Co.; I 1 Coi., '' S. L.ai..,.<...i.|torook Ckico, o. .:... ...... LiWr.1 ..toyT _
rock and brick roads built:\ under the year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.A. place out at the Southern mine near and in Worthington by R. T. Taylor.C. .rl ...11 tick,..

old, county bond issue an.I nearly 12 I T. Folsom, living near Mayo, successfully town on last Friday evening. Mr. A. Smith:; Sampson Fla-Adv.BREKD i cbeicc TO of.THE",...NOITII,,1.,... ,.AND.1... NOITHftEST IkrM .II-.url tkrouik truce dub:
miles of I R. L. Clark +1 "THB SOUTHLAND" Cki..,. ..4 r.dia..d"a. "rI..... Kooi-
asphalt and bricktri'tts in the teachers' examination bookkeeper for the company I.
passed + LI i. rule. Lo.ioille. C ......'I u> P....,1....>Lt.... ton J..ko."It.I|[ M
Sarasota.IKIN'G.. and granted a third grade sat with his family on the front .l t. M..urmCkiap.t45.M.
I was SOWS FOR FALL LITTER r .... .. .... I..... ...... .
.
porch of his residence when Y "01X11: PLYl" .i.; A.! C < .II., E || ,
certificate, lacking only four points of a pole tl haVIJRk1a,111./r. M..>rrl..> '"k,.... 1 u AM.,
\' scouring second grade certificate. cat dashed up the steps and attackedhim. I I "ST. LOUIS FXP1BSS" ... Mooionorr. .Jir.nlK.., N.i.nll.,
.-Considerable mnn y has!' a Farmers \\ho are planning two lit- Br..J.!li..ha...Juk.oattl.5.20 r. M.. >m,r.M. ..... ) .ll A. M.
.
|been expended l I. The animal seized him hv the 'tern of pigs should breed their n I Tkro .tllr tow. I. .". Ink..r. lh,ouli N.w Orl..l UwiMll.d
by ut ViVjng.fh a ; .
year
a ...
company j ... .... 0.
foot and inflicted a severe wound before '1 I' di.l| ear .r.ie Put ko.k kill.ti :N i Ixiti. No L.t aI'
.. .. ......., .. .... ,.
the ,
OAL.-\-At held! here within the how auk Iho 4J II kildioao
erection of and a meeting sows next week two according wk.ro Iptad
a buii-lin it (could be killed. Fearing rabies, or N 1 li..".,..kooklcl.of .....r toornt ,.,o-'., ..,... >'..pi.| Car ....10.....*
installation of modern machinery for the bankers representing the five Mr. Clark had the to Jhn1.: Scott, animal industrialist I u<..M,Ufurvuio.. Spocilr *.."L. 4 N." wk o,..k.T low'i.k....
'I pole cat beheadedand
a planing mill. The course o" the Ok- banks of Marion county agreed to set the head sent to the state board to the University of Florida H. c. BRETNEY,

lawaha river has been ch.vicr,d! ten I aside 1,000 to be pro rated accordingt for examination. Their has I Experiment Station. This will 4it)I'' C I FUcidi PUIUIH Armt.

miles. to make way for 1,0'M acres of otheir assets to be used in the pig! been received, pronouncing rejort the animal l bring the pigs some time in October. L.ntU.iNuM:11.R.R 114 V....|)!I., SI',....
corn which has been planted to furnish club work in this county. The bankers Then the sows will be ready in timeto JAI SO'iu1LLEELI.:
i
rabid and advising! immediate treat 't I1 ) II ,,,.. ..... ... .. .... .
,
feed for the stock 'i.-e j in transPorting together! with the county agent, talked ment. breed for the April litter. I 0 Sp.ci.1 L. 40i. Ik. I. 'lo rrar U

lumber and for other labcr. I the proposition over and agreed! that Since a packing house for Jacksonville I

it would be for the best interest of the GAINESVILLE.-The first carload is assured, farmers need not ___ _n_
--- --
I county that one breed he selected andan of I hesitate: to raise more pigs. By raising -
PEXSACOLV. shipment watermelons from the
"You j
sentenced =
'I 18 months in 1011." This was the mew attempt made to make Marion Trenton section went forward and I two litters they can turntheir mon I.IF

note written at the bottom of an invitation ( county famous!' for that particular according to reports received here the ey twice and keep the sows busy.
breed. The !breed will be decided
home the
upon With a market first litter
to growers shipped eight The I
attend the cars.
graduating
of one of the most< famous exercises and every boy now in the corn club movement from now on through the can 1-e ready to ship by the time the PURE ICEs '
law j will be furnished a registered bred second!
it i is comes.
will
colleges in the United tate.;. It season thought, range from
was received by Judge E. D. ] !rilt. ten to twenty cars per day, accordingto
kgg! \
Is
and demonstrated that the convict of the weather conditions. The acreage Bad to Have a Cold Hang On.Don't / Made Out of Steam, Steam a I'aloj

19J1} had made good and! will soon NEW SIYRXA.-Last Friday afternoon is quite large and the crop is in let your cold hang on, rack Generated From H'alerand Purified by

leave the university at which he has the Spruce creek section was fair condition and should prices holdup your system and become chronic hln -

studied and become a lawyer. visited by a hail-storm which caused there will be much money addedto Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey will help

much damage to the crops. The hail the wealth of the people of that us- you. It heals the inflammation and Ice made from well water is no clever

LIVE was of unusual size and was accompanied ually prosperous community. The I soothes the cough and loosens the than the water itself. Limes, Chlorides,
OAK.
-With a few more by heavy fall of rain. On first solid of
a
car cantaloupes of the phlegm. You breathe easier at once.
manufacturing plants in Live Oak I David Jackson's place and others the season moved from Trenton Wednes- Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey is a laxative Nitrates, Sand or any germ-life fouryj in

carrying, with them the usual payrolls fodder was stripped! rom thecorn and day. The car was loaded by S. G. tar syrup the pine tar balsam wells will "go.over" into Raw-Watei; Ice.

air boosters weekly and semi-monthly hot- the leaves of potato vines were riddledby Gay, and it is understood that the car heals the raw spots loosens the mucous
for the town will go into I the hail, while h'lrses and cattle brought $2 per crate f. o. b. Trenton. and prevents irritation of the .

retirement. That our little city already were rendered frantic by the punishment The acreage planted to cantaloupesin bronchial tubes. Justs get a bottle of OUR ICE IS MADE OF STEAMIT ":

the column occupies an enviable position in i they received, the cattle bellow- this section is far below the average Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey today. It's IS PURE AND WHOU:59tfE. .

towns in enumerating the very best ing in fright and pair and it is said the past two years. guaranteed to help you. At drug- -
Florida has been conceded I theconvicts who were tit work in the .
tl gists. ((1))
Live
continue Oak long since and she will 1 locality were actually reduced to tears Whenever You Need a General Tonic IT LASTS LONGER Y

place climb to a more conspicuous by the pain inflicted by the hailstones Take Grove's Piles Cared la 6 to 14 Days ,sI
the
lIer{ as months and years go by. ro shelter for the men within reach. The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless Yojr druggist will refund monty if PAZO 4
people are justly proud of past t Rollie Johnson says the loss of fruitin dull Tonic is equally valuable U OINTMENT fiilt to cure any cake of Itching, M.
achievements and General Tonic because it H'-nd.Re! *Hmznr Trotrudini Piles] in6tol4 davtt'l Ice CompanyI :
are working contains the Starke
togeth- the
J. N. Gamble and other .
groves I '* -. Fav ,- r t...
harmoniously for still greater was very heavy the ground beneath well known tonic properties QUININBand I L
things. Good for Live Oak-concert the IRON. It acts on the Liver. Drivel
of action and trees being covered with little out !Malaria Enriches the \ood and You ret all the important national
purpose always win. oranges after the storm. Builds up the Whole System. V) cents state county news in the Telegraph. sad



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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JUNE 30, I8ltf
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I I ernment and a big freight vessel, cost- 1 NOTABLE EVENT TRAINING CIVILIANS FOR NAVAL AN INTERESTING SKETCH Ten:clef Outdoor Lif.. ::

1r Bradford ing $250,000, for the Southern Steam- WARFARE.In Outdoor lift! contact with the

County Telegraph ship Co., are two other large contractsof Jacksonville Conference of Southern A Short Sketch of the Early Life and the digging, tie wheeling of a hII 'vwtolllng -. I

the Merrill-Stevens plant." Methodists Met at Lawtey.On order to lay the foundation for War Record of Col. W. T. Weeks. even the qji-t* contemplation of I
anlma :
Published weekly, and entered as the naval reserve of 100,000 men, and plant life, WM W
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ter tonics
second class matter at the postofficeat GRASS VS SCHOOLING Wednesday of last week the which military experts assert is essential (The following interesting paper has devised am I restorers than any IIIa r

I Starke, Florida. preachers and delegates to the Jacksonville to the proper defense of the was read at a recent meeting of the There wai
one
The local correspondent of a West District conference began to nation in the future, the Navy De- United Daughters of the Confederacy.Col. wonders for llmself gardener who tl

I:: S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner Florida village sends among other arrive and were comfortably enter- partment will undertake during the !. Weeks is the honored veteran for sale task of i j;gang; holes.at the very pro,
items the following to his paper: months of August and September, fora Through
i the homes of the good whom the Starke Chapter is named.) of thrt
fl. E. LAGERGREN, Associate Editor under tained at peo- period J- years he dug 400
"Our school opened Monday period of four weeks, a training bole
II ple of Lawtey.The William T. Weeks was born in Co- for trees and shrubs.! He .
the skillful management of Prof. T. M. cruise designed to instruct some 4,000 was
conference was held in the lumbia county, Florida, February 15, times as strong, he
rl aHS
.; The editor of the Estero Eagle had Murphy. The school is very small civilians of all classes of life, in the asserted,
Grace M. E. church, which was very 1838. His father, Theophilus Weeks, expiration of jthat time than
is still growingand of the mano'war'sman. ever U
this week duties modern
certain as grass
the temerity to criticize things "
cordially offered to the "Southerners. of South Carolina, and his mother fore, and he -veished twenty
about Dr. Porter's health train whenit looking green. This the first district confer- The pouoj.
was Elizabeth Ellis, a native of Georgia. more. improvement In
at Ft. Myers. Dr. Porter is It is not to be supposed that the The eight battleships carrying the bis im
was far know of, that has the of tude toward Jfe
ence, so as we Both parents came to state was too great Z t
I not "used" to criticism, instead, his children neglected school on accountof convened since the action of the gen- civilian sailors will leave from six Florida when quite young tlmate. to "
1 taken Bible admiring the green grass, but rather along the Atlantic coast-two
words have been as gospel ports
eral conference of the M. E. church at Theophilus Weeks was in the war of During all teat time he
I that they had to stay home and from Baston from Narra- had bW
these he naturally ships one
many years, so ,
Saratoga Springs, N. Y., which adopted 1812 and assisted in expelling the working in the
air
't became riled and hired someone to "fight" it in the fields, for the sal- gansett Bay, two from New York, one open he ha* r
with some further recommendations British from the St. Marys river. He "found"-altlouh this
write bulletin ridiculing the editor'scriticism. vation of the crops. For in spite of from Philadelphia, one from Norfolk, particular m.
a
the proposition of the1.: E. also took part in suppressing the In- dener was not poet, and didn't
J.I the anathemas that have been and onef either Charleston New expren
But here Dr. Porter caughta rom or ,
church, South, for organic union, and dian disturbances of those days, in- It in Just this fashion-'tongues 1
labor
child
tartar, for the editor of the Eagleis thundered out against Orleans-on August 15. From that i fa
this district conference was certainlya j eluding the Seminole War f 1835; to trees, books in the running brooks
not only a doctor himself, but also many farmers' children in Florida and date until September 12, the civilianson ser-
both of the
means of grace to He farmed on large scale and mOM in stones and good: ia
1' other states have to help make the I i'-12. a Oveq-
an all-round scientist, who withal board will be given daily drill in "
'I' congregations in helping on a broth- thing, incluliug
dealt in live stock His himself.XewPost
extensively
knows how to write and sometimes crops, and many farmers would not while the duties which would be expected )f ymrt t
their families if erly and fraternal spirit, many son, William T. Weeks, was reared on
The be able to support
dips his pen in vitriol. reply themselves of them in war time. -
expressed as hopeful the farm and educated in the
did not receive help from the country
from the Eagle man was a masterlyone they future. For two weeks they will be instructed -
real union in the near schools. For number Didn't Watch His Watch.
of
be-
and members able to do some work. So a years :
"distinctively individual" sot in the rudiments of seamanship un-
The conference was welcomed firston In a subway crowd
scathing and convincing that the that in, order to live many children der officers experienced in the handling fore his death his father was an invalid not long ago |

!] worthy head of the board of health, I must sacrifice their education. behalf of Grace church by Mr. Geo. of recruits and in company with and unable to attend to his duties New York man was .t uchE'd" for ha!
Futch in the absence of the watch. The
I. pastor. watch
therefore the was not intrinsic "
j when he again tackles the editor, will This is a bad state of affairs for a trained sailors, who are conversant management of *!
Rev T. B. Lawrence, and on behalf of ly valuable, but the New
affairs fell into the hands York
of his
i be sure to "diagnose" his antagonistfirst county reputed to he as wealthy as with naval life. At the end of this son, nua
such is the fact. It takes the city by the Mayor, Hon. W. F. and he looked after the estate until wanted it buck for sentimental reasons
to be sure he isn't loaded. ours, yet fortnight of preliminary training, the
of the1.. E. and
and behalf
Godwin inserted
divers
on 1859. In that he advertisements
three generations to make a full- will year went to San ]
I' ; SPENDING BECAUSE OTHER PEO. fledged farmer. The first "starts at church. South, by Mr. H. C. Peace. take squadron in the proceed annual to"war Newport game"in to Antonio, Texas, and subsequentlywhen in the papers offering $:A) for
I The to these was made byRe part I the return of the watch and
; response I "no
PLE DO the stump" and through heartbreakingwork which the entire Atlantic fleet will the troubles arose between the questions
I
of asked.
,. Buhrman Riverside
i and privations leaves the W. P. Texans and :Mexicans at Brownsville,
many
: ---- This will give the
participate. men
Park M. E. church, South, of Jackson- a The "dip" who had "lifted"
he the ,
his The enlisted under Col.!
nucleus of a farm to son. Ford's command -
And that's about the only taste of actual fighting conditions,
just rea- ville. The watch saw the
opening sermon was preached advertisements
latter improves and adds to what he to assist in defending the state. and
son some of us spend some of our by Rev. Gus. A. Davis, of Macclen- without the danger of the combat and concluded to take the $:-.0. He called]
got from his father and in turn leaves The company joined by him was the
money. It is a woman's business- will train them for the duties which on the New York handed
things in such shape for his son that Texas Rangers, and was musetered in man him tae-
: "Keeping up with the style. Back ny.Thursday the conference convenedat they will be expected to perform under timepiece and demanded the reward.
he is able to live well without com- in April, I860, and mustered out in
of it is the desire to be like fel- fire.
I !I our 9 o'clock, and was opened by an old The owner vt the watch was only-
t jl lows. Mixed with it is the dread of pelling the members of his family to fashioned experience meeting in whichall The war game, which will be held ona October of the same year. He returned too happy to give it to him. After ex-
do mental work. The sons and daugh- home in December, 1860.
adverse criticism for appearing as peculiar the preachers and many of the lay greater scale this year than ever be- aminlng the watch he returned It to.
I or like one's own self. At bottom ters of the third generation generally men of the district took part, after fore, will consume the third week of On the 15th day of May, 1801, he his pocket and handed over five tea-

of it there is an element of weak- receive a good education, often so which the president, Rev. H. G. Davis, the cruise and at the end of this time enlisted in Company F of the Fourth dollar bills. The "dip" pocketed tha-
and element of strength. The much of it that they go into profes- the will return their Florida Regiment, commanded by Ed-
ness an called the conference to order and the training ships to money and departed. There was little
.: ambition to do as well and to appear sional and business life rather than various committees appointed.At home ports, where the men will work ward Hopkins, and was stationed at said.
were
as doing as well as others is commendable farming. Florida is a new country 11 o'clock Rev. H. T. Gaines out problems of local defense with the Cedar Key Florida; the regiment be- A few minutes later the New Tort

-if held within proper bounds. and most of the farmers belong to the preached on "Let your light shine," a aid of the coast artillery and the various ing ordered to Fernandina the latter man reached for his watch.

The willingness to appear like others, first two classes mentioned. Poor seromn which shall long remain in motorboat organizations which part of December 1861, and leaving But k was gone.New York Tribune
people must forego many of the good several of the command sick in Cedar
of
without independence personal the navy is recruiting.This .
the hearts of those who heard this
.
things of life and education is one of : Key. After few in
character is a weakness. The ability a days Fernandina
I Godly man. final week of the cruise is considered Restfulness of Flower..
I to stand alone and be peculiar is a them. William Weeks was ordered back to Flowers in the home
At 2:30 p. m., after devotional ser- by naval experts as the most divert the mtafc!
I triumph of personal force. Many a Yet every child receives some Cedar Key to take care of the sick and rest the of
vices, the conference took up the orderof important of the entire four, inasmuchas weary eyes the housewife --
1 jJ family is kept poor by a silly and altogether schooling, and if the curriculum in the business, hearing the reports of the it will round off the rough edgesof soldiers who were left behind suffering and mutter-

I foolish effort to "keep up." common schools was put on a common- pastors of the various charges who the recruits and give them actual from measles. Being there with- A bouquet :n the sickroom aids Inc

These families would have more home sense basis, the working children could generally reported progress in spite practice in the localities to which they out ammunition to defend the island keeping the mind off the disease and

"comforts and be more at rest in their get enough education for common use. of the difficulty to locate ready money would be assigned in time of war. For and no money to leave, he was cap- often starts tL. brain on a new channel -
minds if had force If all the fancy flourishes in reading tured with part of the soldiers and
I own they enough of { the
I with which to carry on their work.A example, the vessel which starts from thought tiat puts patient oa.
about, them to defy public habit and writing and arithmetic were cut out, number of building enterpriseswere Norfolk will, at the conclusion of the carried to Key West and placed in the road to re 'nery.Flowers .

; criticism. "My neighbor has an auto- and only the meaty parts taught, they reported and among the debtsof war game, be, stationed at Hampton Fort Taylor, where he was kept for in the office or on the desk
mobile. Ergo I must have one, howbeit could soon be mastered, and the child six months, then paroled and afterwards of the weary'' clerk
to churches raised so far is $3,500 for Roads and the civilian sailors will obtain I or stenographerwill
I haven't enough money to buy who could get no more learning in Springfield church, and $15,000 for first hand experience in the handling exchanged. The following is a produce such II telling effect that
a postage stamp, let a few miles school would yet have a solid founda- copy of letter written by Col. Weeks
pass Riverside Park church, both of Jacksonville of the smaller units of the sec- by nrtuull'lmpuL.'ln more work is ae-
I of gasoline." I own up to my weakness tion for self-improvement later in life and $2,500 for the parsonageof ond line of defense-the mine sweepers relative to an exchange. This copy is conifllsluil! liy those whose eyes and 1
and that the other fellow if he she yearned for know- taken from the Official Records
tellsme or more St. Augustine church. dispatch boats, submarine chasers of the brains are rikiUl by the presence of-
when and how I )ledge. We have nothing against the War of the Rebellion
must
spend :
my There has been assumed a special etc., which are so essential to the those gifts Crow nature.
own money.-Lakeland Star. "frills," but they should be put off offering for foreign missions of $1,000 proper defense of the coast line. In Ellisville, Columbia County, Fla Artists visit Jle. parks and gardensto
.
BRADFORD MAN IX LIMELIGHT until the first essentials mentioned which has been partly secured, and this manner, the navy hopes to create July 12, 18C2. study the Colors! and their orbs are
had been' taught. As long as so many the To Honorable G. W. Randolph wonderfully tatted by the refreshIng -
also a special offering for home mis- basis of a reserve which not onlyis up
farmers cannot give their children a sions of SOO, $300 of which has been conversant with its duties but is also Secretary of War. glimpses o? the colors in nature

B. Z. Matthews, of Raiford, is attracting regular school attendance, the schools secured. familiar with the territory along Sir:-While in command of the andW artist !i's' ever been successful,

notice through his invention should meet them half-way on the island of Cedar Keys the Gulf who does colors in the beautiful
I The night service was given over to which it will be expected to work. The on not tidy "
of "Automatic irrigation." The principle linnes indicated above.Given the commissioner of education, Rev. department has secured the servicesof Coast of this state, with a detachmentof flowers.-Itiiladelphla Ledger.

that makes such irrigation effective the above improvement in W. G. Fletcher, who delivered a most a large number of motorboats from men from my company Fourth ---

and how it is brought about the school system, child work on the eloquent address on Christian educa- private individuals, and other small Fla. Regt. Vols., we were on the 15th Bad Disease .

have already been described in these I farm would not be an unmixed evil. tion, then the presiding elder took an vessels, which will work with the of January last, intercepted in attempting A well known rflilroad president once-

columns. The process will, when applied The farmer must possess more com- offering for two scholarships for some training squadron during the second to evacuate the island, by took occasion to visit a small southern-

to land of the proper formation, plex knowledge than any other man worthy young preachers, and of the week of September.In the United States steamer "Hatteras" town to enjoy the excellent fishing' J

prove very beneficial, but in any kind and much of his work requires train- $200 asked for, $145 was pledged.The order to take the cruise, a man and captured.The nenr !by. lIe t-artfrlly concealed his!

of land underlaid with clay or hard- ed hands and muscles. If he does not conference was addressed by must be between the ages of 19 and privates and non-officers were identity and wits consequently snubbedby

pan, where the natural drainage is begin learning his business while a Mrs. W. F. Newman, district secre- 45; must pass a prescribed physical taken to New York, myself being confined a "leading c'tlzen" with whom he-

not good, the process will insure child he will never learn it. There- tary of the W. M. S., telling of the examination; must be a graduate or I at Key West for sometime and attempted to strike up a conversation

drainage, at least, if not Irrigation. fore, if you see a little boy plowingor work of th s branch of the church. undergraduate of a college, university, then paroled, "Not to take up arms on the banks cf the stream. When

The invention has to the notice hoeing in a field, don't condemn his until regularly exchanged." leaving he secured the services of aa.
.; come Friday at 11 a. m., lion J. H. Bunch technical or high school, or, in lieu of
of the Times-Union, whose editor father or pity the boy too much for addressed the conference in the inter- this, must "demonstrate to the satis- I see that exchanges are frequentlymade aged black to carry his things from

reproduces articles from the Raiford the latter is really in a school wherehe est of the Sunday school and was followed faction of the recruiting officer suffi- and I have been here at home the hotel to the depot There the departing -

Tribune and the Telegraph explana- learns his life's work. If you joke by the field secretary of the cient knowledge of maritime mattersor anxiously awaiting an exchange.The visitor ciji'Kl't sight of the maa-

tory of the process, and furthermore with him he will laugh. If you ask Florida conference on Sunday school experience with water craft to war- late Colonel of my regiment who had given Mm the cold shoulder.

honors Mr. Matthews with a long him questions about things around work. rant enlistment." (Hopkins) assures me that he made "Poor Smith! be said smiling amus

and thorough-going editorial on the him you will he surprised over his intelligent The afternoon session of Friday was Ample opportunity will be providedin every effort he could to have it done, edly. "Suffering from an aggravated"

subject of his "automatic irrigation." answers. He takes great interest given over to routine work, and an effort the course of the day's routine for and the present Colonel (Joseph P. attack o{ egotism.." "Dat so? said

The Times-Union likes to see the sub- in his work and watches over was made to finish before night, specialization in different branches of Hunt), now at Mobile, promised to do Uncle Sfliis in surprise, following his-

ject well tried before it fully endorsesit things closely-for it is "our place" but there was still a little business naval work. In addition to instructionin the same. gaze. "He done lived broil knowed-more'1twenty -

; but Mr. Matthews does not claim and he considers himself part owner. left over for the night session, which signalling, navigation, radio work, Cannot something be done by your yeahs an'h nevnh

his process to be effective on all kindsof His work and the trust imposed upon was gracefully closed by the committee steam and electrical engineering, there Department, consistent with the interests afore dat be wuz a1lln.-.Argonaut.

land, and on such lands he claims it him makes him self-reliant, brave and on resolutions thanking in unstinted will be boat drills, gun drills, torpedo of the Government, to securean
will work have doubt that watchful and when he attains man's exchange ? Bleu the Baby.
we no it terms the good people of Lawteyfor practice, military formations, and the I sow
r will prove satisfactory estate he possesses these qualities the very hospitable entertainment manual of arms.-Popular Mechanics I am anxious to again enter the ser- Bless this little heart this white for

Mr. Matthews has refused to pat- needed in his calling and which he provided for them. Magazine. vice and shall be impatient to hear that has won tint kiss of heaven

ent his process, and although he is oould not have learned except by Very noticeable was the trend of the something. our earth. of the son ht
He loves the light
in the business to establish automatic working when a child. The same applies work of the Jacksonville district tinder BANKS CLOSE ON FOURTH. Very respectfully, mother's face
to his little sister, who learnsto the of (Signed) Wm. T. WEEKS, loves the sfght of his
irrigation systems, he does not holdback management the presiding Bank of Starke and the Bradford learned to despise tt-
He has not
;; any information whereby whoever perform a multitude of duties, elder, Rev. H. G. Davis D. D. Con- County Bank will both close next 2nd. Lieut. Co. "F" 4th. Fla. Reg. Vols. after gold.
on dust and to hunker
wishes to his do which knowledge will come handy servative as to the enterprises and William T. Weeks re-enlisted in Co."F" bless
t try system may Tuesday, July 4th, and open up again Clasp him to your heart and
so himself. This is a praise-worthy when she becomes a housewife. their management, yet with large opti- Wednesday morning. under Capt. Wm. H. Cone, attached -

.r action on his side, but careful land- Don't blame the parents for being mism and beloved by all the elder proceeds to Col. Geo. W. Scott's battalion him.lie has come Into this land of a hun-

owners will prefer to have him to look compelled to keep their children out on his way. As to doctrine he SHEATS PROMISES A REDUCTIONIN of cavalry. This battalion was dred crossroad-4.

over the ground first, and if it will be of school, but give them a school system is one of the sanest men in the conference PRICE OF SCHOOL BOOKS. engaged in several skirmishes and I know not how be chose you fromtoe

found suitable, to have him also direct whereby the children may be en- preaching a full gospel in a fights around Jacksonville, Middleburg cro' d. came to your door and-

the work of making the conduits. We abled to get the rudiments of an edu- clear, forceful manner that leaves no and other places.In Land to ask his way.

hope that in this way his invention cation when work is not so pressing. room for fanaticism. JACKSONVILLE, June 27.-A reduction February, 1864, he went throughthe grasped your follow laughing and

:J will prove profitable for him. All in all this district conferencewas in the price of those books used battle of Olustee, and after the talking He will and not n doubt you in his heart.

CATTS CASE POSTPONEDThe rich in spiritual things and served in the high schools of Florida, as enemy was driven back to Jackson- Lad him straight ana
his tnut.
ENTERPRISING "JACKSONVILLE to bring in bonds of closer fellow- well as a change to others consideredmore ville, the battalion was ordered to bless Keep bl From '"Tlie Crescent Moon."

the entire fitted for the students attending Moseley\ Hall, Madison\ and rp.-
ship county
I hearing in the matter of the community. by Rablndrannth Tagore.Pox .
;: Until lately Florida has not manu- State of Florida ex rel. Sidney J. REPORTER. the publi l schools in this state, are there remained until January, 1865, ---- -"-- -

-! factured anything for export except Catts vs. the Board of Canvassers of matters that will receive immediate attention when same was ordered to Tallahassee Fire.

< lumber but in this Representative J. C. from Prof. W. N. Sheats, state where they remained until the white-
a beginning direction Alachua county, was set for Thursday Adkins and surren- hox: tre peuwally appears on a
--_ has been made by an engineering morning before Hon. James T. Wills, wife, of Gainesville, and Mr.\ W. A. superintendent of public instruction, der of Gen. Lee. .Col. W. T. Weeks oak stump which': Las decayed from

firm in Jacksonville Barrett, of Lawtey, according to an interview with him in then returned to his farm in Columbia glows
t by building barges Judge of the Eighth Circuit, but it were guests of within so that the -vuolf inttirtor
f and vessels, according to a news item was announced during the day that Col. A. Z. Adkins Sunday.Mr. the Jacksonville county, the date being May, 1865. like a crucible. At'llmes it scans to vibrate -

in the Manufacturers Record. The Attorneys Williams and Hardee and Florida has a law governing the and cluing like the DortbllrB-

Jacksonville business men are untir- Furman Y. Smith, who instituted the George L. Massey, maker of the cost of the books used in the grammar AMERICAN REFUGEES.KEY lights on a snitch scale, but it Is diw-
in reaching out for famous A. P. H. cigar left schools, which brought about a 40 percent r''
\ ing manufacturing mandamus proceeding on behalf of yesterday cult to( he sure -it thlll.FartD
of all kinds and it will for points in South Florida reduction, but the text books used "
enterprises Mr. Catts had requested that further to distribute WEST, June 25. The Danish rIt eJoo k.
in the high schools remains at the -
I' not he long before Florida's metropolis : action in the matter be indefinitely several thousand cigars steamer Jelling; Capt. Anderson .
old advanced prices. This mat- arrived -
same .
i- will be counted among the great postponed. The proceeding was instituted in port this afternoon from + .1. + . .

benefits to this section, as it gives us with a view to compel the Mr. J. Vernon Jones and wife, of ,I ter has been vigorously complained Mexico\ Progresso 0 ."
I about by parents, who daim that theyare having on board twenty -
a near market for our products, and I Board: of Canvassers to take such Hampton, were among the visitors ,. six refugees, er Prompt Attention, Pleas .' we have every reason for wishing steps as would cause the vote as said here this week. compelled to pay almost twice asmuch Peruvians and Cubans.mostly Americans, <&, ...__ *"
for the same books as is charged Dr. Light, on *
Jacksonville success The Record to have been cast for gubernatorial the quarantine steamer '!' The Telegraph's subscribers
Wisteria
in other states. visited -
says: candidates in tse primary ta Alachua Special Sale on Men's prompt at- *
and Boy'sPalm Asked why the high school books the vessel, but no one was allowed are requested to- give
"Contract to build a $75,000 steel precinct Xo. 3 included in the official Beach pants at Stump's. ashore. According I were not included in the statutory to a story told
barge for the Boston (Mass.) Molasses returns from the county at large. The regulation of prices, yesterday Prof. bythe mate, conditions at Progressoare *, them from this office. We are

' Co., has been received by the Mer- vote cast in that precinct relating to Mrs.\ D. C. Lennon and children, of Sheats said: "I understand that wasa exceedingly bad and unsafe for 1 trying to hold the Telegraph **.

y rm-! tf"'ens Company, Jacksonville, candidates for Governor was thrownout Raiford, spent the past week with part of the deal when the law Americans.The '?' right up to th' standard of flush +
was
Fla. This is the Jacksonville com when the board canvassed the returns Mrs. A. H. Green drafted but 1 shall '?' times. We nee work for American
pan "s' fifth large contract within the a protest having been filed t.y enactment that will legislative Crowell steamer Ramos, Capt. '*, to do this. The frequent mailing J
down also
cut reached
the ,
1 last several months, these orders now Attorneys Robt. E. Davis and Thos. ing and Davis filed a demurrer to the prices of high school port this after- S> of statements takes time and
books, for noon from Laguna Mexico '
totaling more than $1,000,000. The W. Fielding, who represented W. V. alternative writ in the proceedings. cost:; they havingon money. Don't let us have to incur -
our people too much board the
... barge will be of steel, 139 feet long Knott, oneof Mr. Catts' epponents. Eleven grounds were set forth why this is matter money, and who American vice consul, ' a I hope to is also held
get at the
L and 133 feet between perpendiculars I Attorneys Williams and Smith were the petition of Mr. Catts should not. at the next meeting of the adjusted station. up quarantine ,<*' We serve yoj promptly. Please *

s beams being 25 feet, with molded : not in the city Thursday, hence it was be granted the last of which was that ;I lature. I shall also! legis $; treat us in the same way.

depth of 9 feet. It will be driven by knot' l learned what action they expect to since the Board of Canvassers have in some of the recommend changes The torpedo boat destroyer Lansing *

steam engines and have a capacity of take. Col. L. P. )Hardee, associatedwith completed canvassing the returns, use, for I doll like text them.books" now in sailed this afternoon for Mexican wa o t.

i 60,000 gallons of molasses. Two other Col. Williams, said that beyondthe there is no su:h board in existence. It will be welcome ters.
will be fact that the hearing had been Gairesville June news to the par-
$65.000 each, Sun, 23rd.
barges costing ents of school children in Florida to TIM Catot That Does Net Affect TM Head Mr. R. D. W -Ils, of Jacksonville
for postponed, he able
at yards was not to
Merrill-Stevens say
built the I ) learn that something is going to be Because of its tonic and laxative: effect. LAXA 'was chatting with old friends here
the Cuba Distilling Co., of Havana. A i I more. You get all the important national, done to lower the price of school books TIVE Quinine BE0MO aul does VININE is better than ordinary following

lightship for the United States gov- I Thursday morning Attorneys Field- state, county news in the Telegraph J ki this state in the near future. I ringing in head Kenirmbti not caus*the nervorsn full name and ncr yesterday. Roger 13 now

Uk foi the ngoi'.ure H 2. W. CKGVE.: 25c. t:he vocation of hi| father, railroading.



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FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE FIVE i J

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One dollar buys two dollars' worth IMPORTANT CONVENTION. 1 STERNBERG'S SALE l 1
of goods at Sternberg's Sale. 1
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[ At the Churches 1] Fifth Annual Session-Florida Baptist The fourth semi-annual sale atSternberg's "
Bits of LocalInformation Messrs. T. R. Collins, C. ,E. Crosby, -
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L. A. Brown and L. L. Lamb, well Summer Assembly at Lake City. store ,two doors east of

known Brooker citizens, were trans- BAPTIST. the postoffice, which started Saturday a

acting business in Starke Tuesday. There With the coming of the first weekof morning had a very propitious beginning i'
will be the
t regular services from the crowds of buyers besieging it !
July, 1st to the 8th, the
------- ...... i Messrs. Harry and Willie Bulmer next which Sunday the public morning is invited.and evening Communion to beautiful college town of Lake City, all day long, and during.this week the .

e...,.,. 0.t. ?...t.. 3.Mui ... were guests of the Starke House this service will follow the and Columbia College in particular, trade has been good. Mr./Sternberg 'e .
PNlNH .. tW c..cr.. .4 T..... week, and are enroute to Georgia to I, morning will welcome large numbers of Flor- had advertised his sale well, thereby
... sermon.; '
excellent
-- buy peaches for the Northern houses ida Baptists, coming to attend the fifth drawing the crowds and

represented by them. Methodist annual session of the Summer Assembly goods at the lowest possible prices did
Missionary Society :Meets
the rest. ,
, For four years this Assembly e
j. S. Griner, of Brooklyn, was in E. M. Hazen, of Brooker, was a Don't fail to see the "Poster Pa- Nest Thursday.The has been a much anticipated event in The sale will be extended for one +

town Monday. visitor to Starke Tuesday.Mr. rade" next Monday evening at seven- the circles of Baptist workers. more week. Let no one be kept from ,

thirty, on Call street. See the paradeand Missionary Society of the The modern religious Assembly and coming in the belief that the stock is ;

L. E.Roberts was a visitor to the Jim Adkins, of New River, was hear the brass band. There will Methodist church meets next Thurs- Encampment but take the place of the exhausted, for it is a very large one

etropolisIonday. here on business Monday I be some amusing features in the pa- day, the 6th of July, at three-thirty, old-time camp meetings of some years and you may be pretty sure to find

rade. at the church. Subject: "Missionary ago. The Florida Baptist Summer Assembly what you wish, yet the sooner you

Mrs. B. B. Hopson has gone to Nay- Col. D. E. Knight was a professional Work among the Koreans in Americaand is distinctively a religious come the better.

lor, Ga., to visit relatives. visitor to Gainesville Tuesday Special Sale on Men's and Boy's their Native Country" All mem- meeting where the worker may get
Palm Beach suits at Stump's. bers urged to be present. Miss Olive instruction and inspiration for the DOES SLOAN'S LINIMENT HELP

Miss Esther Struth made a short I X. D. Wainwright was a business Ray, leader. many tasks that beset the present-day RHEUMATISM

visit in Jacksonville last week. visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday. Hon. Claude L'Engle has opened a Christian. Along with the religious Ask the man who xncs it, he knows.

new hotel, the "Waukeenah," at Tal- Presbyterian Sunday School Picnic. : atmosphere is the spirit of recreationthe "To think I suffered aU these years

Dr. E.. L. Biggs, of Lawtey, was Dr. J. 0. Haynes and wife spentone lahassee, where the cuisine and appointment vacation spirit-and this the when one 25 cent"bottle of Sloan'sLiniment

attending to business here Monday.Miss day this week in JacksonvilleM. are excellent. Starke peo- Thursday: of last week the Presby- Lake City Assembly will afford in cured me, writes one grate-

ple visiting the capital city should terian Sunday school enjoyed an all abundance. The management of the ful user. If you have rheumatism or

Claudia Ambrose, of Waldo, E. T. Knight of Lake Butler,, bear this in mind. day picnic at beautiful Lake Kings- Assembly has left nothing undone that suffer from neuralgia backache sore-

visited Mrs. J. C. Poppell last week. was here for a short while Wednes ley, Mr. J. M. Truby's landing being will make the occasion one of great ness and stiffness don't put off gettinga
bottle of Sloan's. It will
day. Miss Lottie Warren, who had taken the gathering place. joy and profit. give you

Thos. Cook, of Orlando, is now flag- the teacher's course at Stetson University Quite a large crowd attended this Each year sees on the platform new such welcome relief. !t warms and

man on the Wannee branch train. Special Sale on Men's and Boy's DeLand returned home Satur- pleasant annual affair, and boating speakers and teachers. For the first soothes the sore, stiff, painful places
and feel much l-etter. it
Palm Beach suits at Stump's.W. day. Miss Mary Warren, who had bathing and a bountiful dinner were time in the history of the Assembly, you so Buy
Mr. H. N. Hodges, of Lake Butler, spent some time in Jacksonville returned thoroughly enjoyed by both children two of the most prominent speakers at any drug store, only :25c. (1))

was a business visitor to Starke Mon M. Redding, of Lawtey, was the same day. and grown people.Presbjterian known to the religious world will delight Read the Telegraph 11.60 & .
year.COMER
day. transacting business in Starke Wed- and instruct the Assembly peo .

nesday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Larson and son, Pastor is Given a Vaca ple. From Philadelphia comes Rev. I "",M+W"I.
Mr. Harry Miner, of Jacksonville, of Jacksonville, arrived in Starke Sat. tion. Kerr Boyce Tupper D. D., L. L. D.,

was visiting his father and mother X. T. Ritch, Jr., of Raiford, was urday for a visit with Col. and Mrs. D. I one of the most polished and best informed I. L. PEEK .

Sunday.Mr. among the out of town visitors Wed- E. Knight. Mr. Larson returned home Rev. H. G. Denison and wife left Bible lecturers in the land. Dr. I I.

nesday. Monday. Mrs. Larson and baby will last Monday for Lake Alfred, where Tupper will speak each morning at I.I.I. Florida Real Estate Land and .

and Mrs. G. M. Bennett of The- remain for several days. they will spend a two months' vaca- 11:30 and three evenings of the weekat I II.I. .

ressa, were business visitors to Starke Judge J. T. Wills, of Gainesville, tion on Mr. Denison's farm, returningto 8.If. Timber Eijxrt. -.
Monday. spent Sunday night here with his Mrs. James Roberts, of Jacksonville Starke one were to ask thousands of
September first. 83 Experience .t Stark. .
miss Blanche Wain- immigrants in this who is the years
family. formerly Everyone here holds Mr. and Mrs. country .
Mrs. J. C. Wills and daughter, Miss right of this city, has enlisted as a Denison in high esteem and wish for most beloved missionary in the United t.........
Anita, have returned home from a Mesdames. L. H. Hill and Pearl Red Cross nurse in the second regiment them a pleasant vacation States the answer would be "Miss ....

visit to Philadelphia.Little Jones of Lawtey, were visitors to of Florida troops for service on Buhlmaier." We have borrowed for EDGAR 8'1'ES "
1 I I Starke Tuesday. the Mexican border. SATURDAY WAS MELON DAY the entire Assembly week this charm-

Miss Ruth Poppell returned ing and devoted missionary, Miss Marie Opticrar\ testedJACKSONVILLETIA

last week from a two weeks visit with Go down town to see the "Poster $3.30 Shoes at $2.69- one more Buhlmaier the missionary to the

relatives at New River. Parade" Monday night and see Uncle w eek-Sternberg's. Saturday was watermelon day in immigrants at the Port of Baltimore.She Broken Lenses DuplicatedSame

Sam's umbrella.The Starke. Until Friday evening few will address the Assembly each Day as Racitvtd

Special Sale on Men's and Boy's I The Woman's Christian TemperanceUnion melons had been for sale in town, and morning at 10:30 on the subject We SpeciAlize); on fal I Orders W< (V Pestle j
two price were charged:: for them. Mission m 140 w. roRami et JIff ,
Palm Beach pants at Stump's.Miss Sale lasts one more week at will give a demonstration on "Kindling Fires.
Sternberg's. the streets Monday night. The 4th of Then comes J. J. Morgan with a carload Dr. Tupper and Miss Buhlmaier are tf

Miriam Waters, an attractive July has been designated:: as "Poster of 300 fine melons from Brookerand but two of the many speakers and

young lady of Atlanta, is the house Mr. T. X. Limbaugh:: and family Day" and Starke is going:: to be right in bursted the market. The marketwas teachers. Every department of church SUCCESS YOUR S SECURITY

guest of Mrs. S. F. Hamrick.Mr. have gone:: to their cottage at Kingsleylake line with the up-to-date cities. furthermore smashed Saturday work will be represented in class room
for the summer. morning:: when melons came to town and. lecture periods. Sunday School I AM STCTE'WFn. This' statement
Is not made In a spirit 'of boastfulness -
and Mrs. T. B. Ellis Sr., of ".\ wise man investigates," don't from everywhere, the growers hopingto and Teacher Training work, Woman's but as a itateiirp pf plain:
wait sell them at a high:: price to the Missionary Union in charge of Mrs. facts. I have bun r'&I Jure since
Gainesville, were week-end guests:: of Miss Reba Connor of the Wateroak any longer-Sternberg's Cut 1908, and you know f.ti:'ire cou'J not
their daughter, Mrs. C. A. Marks.RubMyTismAnliseptis section, made a week end visit to Price Store. boys in the sewer trenches. As a result Peelman, Junior B. Y. P. U., Y. W. A,. be bo'.sterel up ti> st'ixble IUCC M )t
Miss Vivarette Floyd. the price fell so low that all Royal Ambassadors, and Sunbeams; for BO-long a period.I \
-
AnodyneKills Mrs. C. A. Liddon and daughters, could feast on melons. there will be a regular:: class in the B. nrwIiMlut! In thetreatment

pain, stops putrefaction.Messrs. Miss Sarah Sweat, of Inverness, Misses Kate and Sue Liddon, of Jack- Y. P. U. Manual and lectures on nISF.t.I.ttt of CUROV10 CATIRKIf. -- I' a

i wade a recent visit to her brother, Mr. sonville, have returned from a month's S. C. A. MEETING.The Church Finance. Since the Assembly HI.. llttn and t .

H. J. Stewart and D. F. 3.: C. Sweat, and family.S. outing on beautiful Kingsley:: lake, and meets the first week in July, those attending NHHOl"RRIOt'* IIKUIIITY.mul .K:: \SK.:

McDonald, of Lake Butler were among are spendingthe week end at their Starke Growers Association may avail themselves of the SONG the WaI.'nnirmillre. treatment -

the business visitors here Monda '. L. Prescott and little daughter, Walnut street residence before returning will meet at their usual place (City 4th of July rates issued by the rail- of IILE4. Kl PTIKE -
ami all KFC-
Avie, of Brooker, wereamong the visitors to Jacksonville. Hall) this coming Saturday, July 1, at roads. COMMITTEE. Nnce JSUS villa! TAL 1.1" \i.q. Mrtrentm

Mr. J. H. Ritch and family have returned 1: to Starke Wednesday.W. 2 p. m. The members are requested RFEtttl. DISK-\iE.'nt ot' MFV for and the

home after a pleasant visit In a letter to the Telegraph:: written to: be present. STARKE CEMETERY ASSOCIATION \\OMEN. la entirely fre.. from SIKCERY. -

with Miss May Peek of Daytona E. Torode, one of Lawtey's well with his own hand, Mr. S. M. Churchill My feel are always: r.as nabe! anJ

known and popular merchants was a of Lawtey, mentions that he will be DEMONSTRATION MEETING AT for not the more services than you you 1111:1. I' wiing'y receive.: : pay

Mrs. B. C. Willis left for Jackson visitor to Starke Tuesday. n:1>: years old on July 14th, next. Mr. 311 LLER. The Cemetery Association; recently Dr.Geo.L.Dlc1kerson
Saturday to visit her mother Churchill has been a citizen of Lawteyfor
organized has worked faithfully to 111 ,t'o ToniTth "St., Opp. heard lUak.JACKWiN .
Mrs. W. B. Ryals, a former residentof Engineers Freeman and Goodwin, of many years and has a host of \' JI. BIUA.jartran .
Mrs. T. Waldrup will give demonstration raise funds to hire a sexton to keep s I.p
friends who will wish him a -
Starke. he McCrary Engineering Company, many happy
in the cemetery in good condition. A
domestic science at Miller
pent Sunday at Pablo Beach. returns of the day. -
D. R. Green left for Jack- on July 8th, beginning:: at one few were very prompt. Some sending + + + + + + + + + + + + + ir +
Monday the maximum asked but !
amount .
sonville, where he has secured a posi- Mrs. R. M. Fugate and children and Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Sayl of Miami o'clock' p. m. All the ladies of the the the minimum. The + +

tion with the Merrill-Stevens Engineering : Miss Lucile Hardee, of Bronson, are are expected to arrive tomorrow community are specially invited to be majority, tCLASSIFIED ADVERTISING *
Association least medium
Co. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley. ''or a visit with relatives here. Mrs. present. Would also be glad:: for the expects at a -

Sayles was formerly Miss Louise Peek men to be present. amount subscribed-where one is + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
able. So far those sending the min-
"Ask your neighbor"-Sternberg's Prof. Frank A. Turnquist, of Daytona and her large circle of friends here TO TRADE-40 acres of land to trade
imum amount are not able to do
Cut Price Store. spent a couple of days here this will be glad to learn of her returnto HOGERS.Bn{\ SED. mjjre for automobile ai mile from Gra-
this with two tt-
week in the interest of Stetson Uni- Starke. year, perhaps one or ham. J. C. Barry, Gr.r>am. 616tf. t,
ceptions.. Only about a dozen people
Miss I.ois Peek returned Monday ersity. The many friends of :Mr. and Mrs. -
have responded at all and only two FOR SALE-One Fcrd
touring car, ,
from a very pleasant visit in Gainesville Dr. and Mrs. J.1.. Tatum, of Orlando G. W. Burnsed, a former resident of residents have acknowledged letters
horse. D. Starke
where she was the guest of B. W. Davis, of :Macon Ga., representing have been in Starke during theweek Starke will be interested in the following sent out by sending in their dues.It one good C. Jones,

Mrs. U. G. Turner. the G. S. & F. railway, had and will probably move here :: account of the wedding of their is still this 630tf. '
simply negligence, -
Business at the court house in Starke next month. Dr. Tatum is the engineer -
daughter Miss Mamie, as given in the will defeat the object of the as>om- FOR SALE-Klondj'ke strawberry
The date palm in the front yard of Vednesday. of the Wannee branch train. Clay County Times. tion. As the money received so far plants, by the thousand or by the

Col. W. T. Weeks is one of the sightsof They left Wednesday for a short sojourn An interesting event of Wednesday, wouldn't pay a sexton for even a bed. 0. Gardiner, Stfrke.: 6-30-11 a

the town. The top has now a dia- If you miss the sale at Sternberg'sou in Jacksonville. June 21st, and one which will be of ter of the if the fund isn't raised quar-
meter of about 30 feet. lose a good opportunity to save much interest to the many friends of year FOR SALE-One Jersey cow and six
all received will be
From advices from Waldo learn very soon money months old heifer calf. Cow
some money.Mr. we the young couple, was the marriage of returned.The gives
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Harvey and that Mrs. Morris, mother of Rev. Miss :Mamie: Burnsed and Mr. E. C.- members of the association 4 gallons milk per days. J. T. Quigley -

Mrs. Forsyth motored here from Wal- D. C. Witt and Mr. J. M. Fra- Hugh :Morris, formerly the beloved Rogers, which took place at the home giving freely of their time and deriv-are 6-30-tf.
do last Saturday and spent several lick, prominent citizens of Providence, pastor of the Starke Presbyterianchurch of Mr. and Mrs. Burnsed on Wednes-
ing no benefit whatever and cannot
hours visiting with friends. were among the out of town visitors died there Monday. Rev. Morris day evening at 7:30. Rev. P. H. Dowl- hire sexton uncertainties., So if FOR SALE-Comfortable house with

here Wednesday.J. who is now in Pennsylvania, was ing, pastor of the Advent church, pro- a on eight rooms and bath and 5U acre I
are going to aid in this worthyand
Mrg. J. R. Alvarez has returned called to Waldo by telegram. nounced the solemn words that made you lot in Hampton. R?'sonable terms.
much needed do ,
from a two months visit with relatives C. Cone, W. H. Edwards and man and wife of the two lovers.At enterprise, so Write :Mrs. Annie E.Young, Hampton -

in Waldo and is now at home of Louis H. Hill, prominent Lawtey citizens Levy Johns, Perry Kite, C. Kite, the sound of the wedding march promptly, so the work may proceed. Fla. 3-31-tf.

her son, Mr. D. W. Alvarez. were transacting business in Joe Carter and Bert Johns, who went played by Miss Pearl Dowling, the All money received is acknowledged
at once and deposited in the Bank of LOST-3-year old, dun colored steer;
Starke Wednesday.Mr. to enlist in a Gainesville company bridal party descended the stairs and
N.. M will cure Chills and Fever. last week, have returned home, the marched under a beautiful arch which Starke. white spot in face and on right

It It the most speedy remedy we know. Marcus Brown, who is taking company having acquired its full number had been prepared. Miss Mazie Collins flank; marked crop split underbitin
the Miss Ella May Long is visiting in one ear and split in the oth-
the teachers training course at before their arrival. Leroy Cole- acted as bridesmaid and Mr. H. crop
visitorto Gainesville, a guest at the home of er. Reward for information to E. L.
Miss University of Florida, was a and Willie enlisted.
Susie Darby, who is attending man Henry L. Deaver as best man. Eulah and
Mj. and Mrs. Sam T. Dell. Wilson, Starke. 6303t.
the teachers summer school in Gainesville Starke Tuesday. Beulah, the little twin daughters of

motored up Sunday to visit her Trunks at cost-Sternberg's.IN Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pinkham, were --- -------- --=-------- -.- ----- .-

Parents Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby.Miss Messrs. X. T. Ritch, Lorenzo Green, flower girls each carrying a basketof __>0

ta KV H* B B V BB __B Misses Xannie Howell and Vivarette IIONOH OF MISS WITIIERI r.- pink and white roses and scattei ng::
Mamie Lou Tillis popular Floyd motored over to Raiford last TON. them in the path for the bride and
and< a Sunday and spent the day with Mr.J. to walk The bride was
attractive groom upon.
"d her little twin young sisters lady of Doris Waldo.and II. Ritch and family. One of the most delightful social dressed in gray silk, with accesoriesto For Those Who Save ,

Donne affairs of the month was a leap year match and carried beautiful bou-
are visiting Mrs. D. W. AIhrez a
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this week. Mrs. T. L. Woodward and daughter party given last Friday evening at the quet of white rose buds.

Miss Julia, who have been visiting home of :Mrs. H. C. Waters in honorof After hearty congratulations extended -

Mrs. F. D. Wainright, left Fridayfor Miss Agnes Witherington of .\popka. those delicious
dreu Messrs., havt J. J. Johns and A. 0. An- Valdosta, where they will spend Fla. freshments by were present served. Music rendered re-- Unusual safety and liberal profit are combined in

returned to their first love several weeks with relatives. The guests assembled early and Miss Pearl made the
MorialUm, and have leased the entertained during the by fowling our Certificates of Deposit. Each Certificate '
S. L. Alvarez were evening evening a pleasure. :Mrs. II. M. Smith
old 1 barber shop, where their No 666 will cure Malaria or Bilious hours with a variety of leap year rendered beautiful solo. While the
friends a
will find them. Fewer. It )kills the germs.. games, all of which were immensely guests were engaged:: in music the is our guarantee for the safety of principal and
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Mrs. Angie Sternburg has returned :Mrs. -J. G. Alvarez left--Monday forliendersonvillei close enjoyed of the by the games participants.Miss Witheringtonwith At the bride and groom attempted to quietly payment of interest.
from the crowd but
front slip away were
N. rio to join her
a Visit to her daughtt'r.trs.. R. ', ,
charmingt'ase and delighted
grace
hailed with rice entered the
as they
Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr.
J Harbour in Jacksonville. Mrs. daughter ,
those present with several vocal
car to leave for Bellmore where they
her ernburg little granddaughter was accompanied home Angie by I She was daughters accompanied, Leila by and the Florence latter'slittle and instrumental selections.A will make their future home. Issued for the convenience of thrifty people, feiese .

wbonr. Mary Andrews. dainty ice cream course served by The groom:: is a well respected me-

Mrs. Waters and Miss Hattie Wills chanic employed by the Cattle FeedingCo. :: certificates offer a particularly a 11 r active

% proved the climax of the evening's:: en of Bellmore and the bride is one
,
;; First class goods at cut pricesSternberg's.
&|jnto Deafness Cannot Be Cured joyment. After a short while spent in of our most lovable young ladies, and form of investment. Full particulars givenon

tt. Wet..sadlportion' ** thy cannot reach talk and laughter:: over the merrimentof the good:: wishes of all her many
It fly sae W'Y ot tbe ur dea'n.ss"Caianti the evening the guests departed, friends follow her and her husband. request. Call at the bank.
10
JP e that Cur catarrhal Mrs. R. L. McDowell and little son
1? by a cnMtitutional remedy very loth to leave the scene of such .
lam >i ??!"".. '. ""... 1>V an Inv and Mrs. Smith, her sister-in-law who pleasantry, and all voting:: Mrs. Wa-
tss tat4CL4n cif the mucous lining otlaaa. had been of McDowell's Special Sale on Men'g and Boy's
.
Tube, Wbrn the tube Is guests ters a most charming hostess.Among .
ed
rt.ct yoU have i rumbling sound or parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Uglow, returned those Misses Palm Beach suits at Stump's.T. .
were:
y0s. bearing' and when 1t l. entirely present
Wmallua D.at..? '! the vault tnlt" the to their home, Jacksonville, Lena Chancy, Doris Scott, Carrie Belle
t lA 14 B r.duced and this tube Saturday. Susie of Gainesville R. Collins was a Brooker-itcr of Stark
Weeks Doke
1III1 U normal condition. hrarlnR Bank
..-" *fcsJiVL. tatamtli dr'atruyrd* uu..d'"jr''*,>.r catarrh.Many hlch caa. of Is Ruth French, Elizabeth Prownlee, to Starke Tuesday.

& M.nCondlll"n. OfnrhEactsth surbl Messrs. D. C. Jones, C. A. Marks, Kate French. Elsie Harri...n, of
o4 Oli Calar'1! u the, W. L. Wall Abraham Bessent and Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson and children,
l.., the mucous surfaces of the ),- Worthington Hattie Wills and Messrs.
uW: :l1 rive On.. forjj Chauffeur Herbert Benton formed two Gary Ennis, Walter Weeks, Clifford Mrs. 0. L. Stuck, and Misses :Margaret: Slarke, :-: Florida

k tM hd' ot_ Catanloa i7., r. 1foru that cannut automobile parties Sunday for a jour- Chancy, Jim Kickliter, Rawson Davis, Hamrick and Miriam Waters are
AH [) catarrh 5c. Cure Circulars ney to Black Point, Pablo Beech and Dennis Roberts, Carr Colley and Wil- spending the week end at the Ed Ca-
J. CHENEY A: CO. Toledo. O. Jacksonville. bur Scott. nova cottage at Khg;:!ey bke.




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f I SOLDIERS FIRED THE FEET PLANT; CAPTURED CITY BOYS IX HAD LAKELAND COLD : I DIES OF POISONIN I, MILLIONS FOR GOOD ROADS '1; -.J j I

I Good Looks
Good road bond issues by the va- are til


f l FIRST SHOT AT CARRIZAL MEXICO Many two youths persons by witnessed Plant City the soldiersat arrestof I i EXPERIMENT t j few crows years counties aggregate of'Florida the sum in the of $10-past with -

the Lakeland station Tuesday, but 771,424.37.:

,. very few understood the circumstances. Ii I I Twenty-eight of the counties of the Magnolia
The following account of the state have issued bonds- and are ac-

II' II FIRST CHIEF SHOULDERS matter from the Plant City Courier Atlanta' Physician Attempted tively engaged in building improved

I RESPONSIBILITY OF ATTACK Nothing was seen of Lieut. Adair after will!! 1* of interest: I'I to Disprove Theory of highways.Polk Balm.

fight started, so man I saw stated. "When the summons to report to I Profession.Atlanta count} 's $1,500,000 issue votedon

i I am hiding in a hole 2,000 yards of the was sent out to Plant I June 1, increased the grand totalto Look rood ;
:; Commander of Troop K; Prepared De armory ; a. u your city .
the field and have one other wounded II $12,271,424.37.
I City's crack company of Guardsmen matter if you do Tan or Freckle It
" tails of Battle While Seriously man and three men with me. yesterday, many of the boys hurried Ga., June 21.-In the I Florida shown by reports of the Balm wIn prely clear your akin
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Wounded (SignedIOREY) Capt." to the armory, glad that the orders .midst of his experiments and demonstrations I federal government, is now expendingmore Heals Sunburn, too: Jutt put e 1iIIIi !
Carranza Shoulders Responsibility for which they had been waiting had j I to prove that arsenic is not money for good roads per capita your face and rub it off agaiabr p',,

i WASHISGTON, June 25.-A de- finally come. This was the case with II ja' deadly poison, the whole profession than any other state in the union. Simple aid sure please. jq...

SAN ANTONIO, TEX., June 25.- j, mand for the immediate release of the most, and it was just as well, fort (',\ 'of medicine and chemistry, to the contrary This tremendous roadbuilding activity once.to-day UlPmUnd and begin the itnptvtoe .

.. Mexican troops fired the first shot on American troopers taken prisoners a there was no chance to "duck" or notwithstanding, Dr. W. Jay is making the state of Floridathe 75 cent a Druggiib Roet
the troopers of the Tenth United Carrizal, coupled with a stern notifi take to the bay-heads to evade the j Bell, of Atlanta, is dead of a sudden boast of the good road advocates, : or LylDlit

States cavalry at Carrizal, but not un cation that the United States expectsan call, as was quickly demonstrated by illness. everywhere and will, ifl continued, SAMPLE FREE,
!' til the American force, fearing an am early statement of the purposes of two who thought to absent themselves. A few weeks ago the doctors of Atlanta place Florida at the head of the good

bush, had advanced in battle formation the Carranza government, was telegraphed | "The squad leader sent for E. P. ( and the State, were startled by roads states in the union. LYON Pot Fe. CO. 40 So.5th St.,Bn.Wn.(, .j

I according to a letter written on Mexico City today by Sec- Sparkman and Arthur C. Berry yesterday Dr. Bell's announcement that arsenic Following is the first complete and

I the day of the fight by Capt. Lewis retary Lansing.The afternoon when they failed to instead of being a deadly poison, is authentic statement ever printed of _-
I
" i Morey, commanding K troop of the note discloses that the state de appear at the armory, returned with I perfectly harmless, and forthwith he the actual amounts of good roads bond THE rLORIOANETAl(

I Tenth Cavalry, and forwarded to Gen. partment received yesterday a communication his detachment, reporting no trace of I proceeded with demonstrations to issued by the various counties of-Flor-

Funston by Gen. Pershing tonight. from the de-facto govern the men. prove his theory. ida. The information was obtained MANUF'ACTURE

Captain Morey wrote the letter at ment stating that the Carrizal fight "Captain Vestal summoned Lieut. Taking four healthy dogs, which from the state comptroller's office and METAL

9:15 a. m., June 21, while hiding in a was the direct result of orders to at L. E. Goodrich, instructed him to had been carefully fed and observedby from other official sources. It tellsa I

hole about 2,000 yards from the scene i tack American soldiers moving other- j.!i put on his side arms, select a detach- two reputable Atlanta veterinary story of the awakening of the people ..CEILINGSCUiVERTS.SHINGUS

, of the battle. Capt. Morey was wounded wise than toward the border ,personally ment, impress a car into service, and surgeons for two weeks, Dr. Bell con of Florida to greater and better
and had another wounded and issued by Gen. Carranza to Gen. I II'' find Sparkman and Berry and bring fined them in the inner court yard of things.

three unwounded men were picked up Trevino and by the latter communicated them to the armory. The orders were the Fulton county jail, and gave them Statement of Bonds Issued for Road AND OTHER

I 'II three unwound men were picken up to Gen. Pershing.In short, concise, with no explanation, graduated doses of arsenic under the Purposes in Counties of Florida. SHEET METAL

i i by a detachment under Lieut. Henry reply Secretary Lansing requiresthat I but to just find them and bring them observation of members of the State Alachua _uuhu S 40000.00 k '
.
i q; A. Meyer Jr., of the Tenth cavalry, I the defacto government transmit I. to .the armory. Prison Commission, the State vet- Brevard __uuu 150,000.00 BUILOWG '

.. 'I j and the letter brought to Gen. Per- a definite statement "as to the courseof "Corporal Amos A. Sparkman was I erinarian, the State chemist and several Broward __________h__ 165,000.00 MATERIAL 8

: :;! shing today. action it has determined upon," detailed and given a last opportunity I practicing veterinarians, including Clay ___uuu____ 150,000.00 want TODAY AHO S ttac.

! Capt.Iorey was left to die upon through the usual diplomatic channels before leaving to drive his father's those who furnished the dogs. DeSoto 760,000.00 FOAtATalObuta QUOTADQNs
uuuUuu
.
JACKSONVILLE ...
I I'I the desert from thirst and his wounds. and not through subordinate military big Studebaker Six, the car impressed, The dogs were run up to doses rang Duval -___-u_____-_- 1,000,000.00 ....fuCOFFIi .

\ I The men abandoned him at his own officers." and Artificer R. C. Hutchir.son selected i ing as high as 64 grains to one dog, Hernando ______________ 150,000.00

'. order. The three unwounded men had Friendly Mission Reaffirmed.The to complete the search part| )". 32 grains to another, 16 to another and Hillsboro _____________ 1,000,000.00 -f
-CASKETS
: carried him, according to their stories, Mexican communication is con Going to the homes of the boys the :8 to the other, and they emerged from Holmes ____hhhhh 40,000.00 i

I frcm the hole where he had hidden strued Secretary Lansing states, "asa only information elicited was that 1 the demonstration perfectly sound and Jackson _______u______ 354,000.00 And a full line of 1

I and made their way nearly two miles formal avowal of deliberately hostile each had gone down town at eleven well.At Lake hh_______-____ 500,000.00 Undertakers' Supplies I

I from the battlefield. action against the forces of the o'clock and had not returned. Some the time of his death Dr. Bell L Lee __-_______h______ 405,500.00
\ They were forced to stop and Capt. United States now in Mexico and their thirty minutes was required before a :and: the State veterinarian were con Leon ____uuu__ 200,000.00 Always -)n hand. The best let I

I s I Morey, believing himself hopelessly purpose to attack without provoca "hot trail" was discovered, and then I ducting another experiment to satisfy Manatee ______________ 250,000.00 vice at tie lowest prices. Special l

t wounded, ordered them to leave him. tion whenever they move from their the big car- was turned toward Lakeland j the latter as to Dr. Bell's theory. Nassau ______uuu___ 240,000.00 attention to telegraph orders I J

I, They also thought him about to die present position" despite the friendly and opened wide. Orange ---_-1______u__ 600,000.00
from loss of blood and thirst and mission on which they are engagedand "Chief Ellis, of Lakeland, was NOMINATING .\ PRESIEDNT Palm Beach ____hhu 800,000.00 Registered Embalmer r

.. obeyed. which is reaffirmed in the American awaiting, and had already sent outa Pasco _________________ 715,000.00 .
The stories of the rescued men to rejoinder. search in response to a call before Polk _UUhUUh_ 1,500,000.00 De ITT C. JONES f

Lieut. Meyers were very vague about Gen. Carranza is required to place the squad left Plant City. No trace A school textbook in common use Pinellas ____ ___ 715,000.00 Suc'sr to G. C. Livingston 4

the details of the fight according to himself on record formally, and the of the men had been found, but the contains this definition: Politics i is Putram ____UhU___________ 233000.00: Starke Fla.
a Gen. Pershing's report to Gen. Fun plain intimation lies behind the re t city was searched, and a second roundof the science of government." This defi St. Lucie _hUh_____ 197,000.00r c.l
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ston. strained language of Mr. Lansing's the most likely places to find the nition' millions has been of committed to mernorb Seminole ______________ 200000.00 -- -=:=:J--
I Junction Is Described. communication that force will be mete men was being made, when they were ) schoolboys only to be St. Johns ___ 662,934.00 r------

;, I. Capt. Morey's letter told of th with force. Apparently, however, the discovered in front of the depot. old questioned by them when they become Sumpter _____hhhU__________ 110,000.00 General InsuranceI
joining of C under Chas. Washington is determined "Approaching from the the officer enough to vote. Theoretically it i is
Troop Capt. government rear Volusia ______________ 1000000.00
T. Boyd and Troop K under his own that the defacto government shall not in charge of the party quietly comprehensive and correct; practically( Walton _________ 70,000.00 veer .ant nene but FIRST
it is --- ---
I command at Ojo Santo Domingo June evade responsibility before the world took each man by the sleeve and said, misleading, as every intelligent Wakulla ______ ___ 15,000.00Total CLASS dompanies and will bt
20 and the advance together toward if war is forced upon the United 'Well, boys let's go back to Plant voter knows. His experience has told Uhu
the
t him politics i is party having constantly on alert to era
management
Carrizal June 21. States. City. Publication of the replies of
to date $1,2.1,424.3i mote interests. Gum&ta
I ri He arrived in an open field a mile The note and the military situationof the two stairtled young soldiers is for its purpose the control of gov UOh your

from Carrizal at 6:30 in the morning. the United States were talked over forbidden by the censorship. Spark ernment. The average voter is a Republican courteous treatment to all p l* f

There they halted and Capt. Boydsent at the White House tonight by the man, however, six feet in height, declared a Democrat or a Progressive FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR trons. Atwell j written policy bj f

a courier into Carrizal asking president with Chairman Stone, of theo he stood pat and was not goinga for just this end and nothing else. WOMEN CATALOG.The a first-class agent in a first- I

permission of Gen Felix Gomez t senate foreign relations committee. foot, unless he carried him there As this paper is being read the one III class company' sometimes meant!

enter the town, saying he was going Senator Lodge, ranking Republican stretched out. The two were placed great question under discussion is: catalog of the Florida State :' much in 1 j'ase of loss by fire. I'

to Vill \ Ahumada. Gomez replied member, and Chairman Flood, of the under arrest, and with the assistanceof Will the Republican nominee for the College for Women for 1915-16, with [ RICHARD
that he would not be allowed to enter house committee on foreign affairs. the police officer forced in the car presidency be able to defeat the Dem I announcement for 191G-li, has come H. C. Stare

the town but might make a detour After the conference, which lasted and driven to the city hall. When the ocratic, or will he be defeated by him ? from the press and is being distribut- I
I
around it.Fearing. more than an hour, Senator Stone said car had stopped the lieutenant turnedto In discussing this question the nomi ed by the college. It is a neatly printed .t
that they were about to be the situation was "exceedingly acute." Chief Ellis and requested the loan nee simself; is given more consideration ; volume of 154 pages and attractively '' ft + t .fo tf4ttttf419f

trapped by the Mexicans who had sallied The president had felt it necessary to of a couple of pair of handcoffs, with than the platform of the party or the I II bound. Besides the State boards I + ..1'

out from the town during the par acquaint congress with the state of out a word to the two men urder ar- I ability of the party through Congress ''in, charge of the educational work of I

ley, the American troops deployed i in affairs and the action taken, through rest. Berry immediately spoke un and to give the country superior govern 'the State, it presents interesting statements j r: FOR SALE ::1'f(

battle formation, mounted and moved the foreign affairs committee. It was said he was ready to drive on to Plant ''I i mental sen ice. Indeed, more importance : as to the history, location, and i

forward. The Mexicans then opened indicated that he might desire to address City. Sparkman, however, was inclined I is attached to a presidential nom- equipment of the college. One notes +
fire, the engagement ]lasting about an a joint session of the house and to hesitate until he found out i: inee who, if elected, is but an executive with satisfaction larger equipment in f .

hour. senate in a day or two, but would no* that the handcuff business was no bluff than to the nominees for Con- several departments, and a list of faculty + 40 acres: on Lawtey and Lake f

Both C and t K troops advanced, the take this final step until the Mexican and that Uncle] Sam gave his ane"tI[|I: press constituting the real government members and officers and assistants + Butler road, 3 miles west of 1

I former to the position occupied by a government had been given an oppor- ing: officer a ..ti: automatic as; .. per- !i j Il'f the country because it is the law comprising GO names. Information + Lawtey. 1

Mexican machine gun and the latterclosing tunity to reply suder, and the car moved on with making body. In one way this is nat- important to those who expect + 25 acre on Lawtey uid Highland 1

I to one side K troop also was Allies Charge Germany With Being two very reluctant, but now very do- ,'' ural !because all vote indirectly forpresidenth.1 to go to college next year, is given as + road Highway.' :

attacked from the flank, while a detachment i Behind Mexican Row. cile young men, headed back towardsthe nominees; and in anotherW3 to various college organizations college + One-half Mile north of depot ;

of Mexicans from the town Strong pressure is being brought armory. rnotuMl if because the people seldom discipline, expenses of attendance, + $600 cash or terms. 1 t

reached the rear of the American line upon Carranza by representatives of "Recovering from his sullenness on idential ever actually while nominate a pre- and life in the college home. The organization 20 acreon Lawtey and Highland ; I 1

and stampeded; the led horses. The European power to prevent him forc- the way back, Sparkman turned t nominee they do moro e of the college comprises + road "National Highway. f
fully control
:Mexicans succeeded in checking the ing a break with the United States. Berry with, 'If you had stayed in the men and vote nominations directly for of congress_ the Graduate School; the College of + One mile rfirth of Lawtey. Ab ut 1 '
I or gainst! t
American advance and the Americanswere Indirect reports reaching the state department woods like I said we would not have them; and if they can control Congress Arts and Sciences; the School of Education + six acres |feared. $600 cash elf'',;

forced to fall back and finally told of these efforts and gotten caught.' Berry replied, 'Well, ; they can direct the president and Normal School having as + terms JL 1''t.

to scatter each for himself. said there is a possibility they would I just wanted to slip in town a minute but as politics nowadays neither subdivisions the Training School the + H. HILL 1
Following is the text of : and hear go they College High School, and the Review
Capt. Morey's be successful. the news. 'Well. I hope control Congress direct + Lawtej' Florida.' }
nor the Course for
letter Agencies: of thu entente allies, is is you're satisfied now that you have president elementary professional
I students the I I I"Askjfour
.,...:"Carrizal, :Mexico, June :21, 191., understood. are active for peace, purticulaily heard it.; was the short rejoinder."The It is a notorious fact that while the Expression; and special:Music School the: of Art, ftttf .
Division
"" it 01. ; of lfflftftf4f
because believe boys were soon reconciled to +
they Germany ; voters elect
formally delegates to Ishool.
College Extension
"To Commanding Officer, Ojo I:*'dl'- influence sought to inflame the their places in ranks, however, and national conventions, such election ; ; and the Summer --a.
A
,. rico: .My: ( troops reached Ojo Santo :Mexican government against the are now two of the first men to respond hardly more than ratification of selections s division department of Business, a I 1

Dumingo: nt .">:",(fI p. m., June _u. :Met United States with a \'i'wf prevent to roll call.-I.ahland. made by political ?: es who control division of of correspondence study, anda Grocer

Troop C, under.Capt. To} d. I came ing the United States gathering in the party and seek through this to high !school service are

under! 'apt. I.oyd's command andmTched the trade Germany formerly controlled HOW MINES ARE 1.10XU to control the -ot Ernment. la answerto announced inaugurated in the in 191G-1 and are ; For ; '

my" troop in rear for Carri in :Mexico and South Central Amct ica. Flln:!) this statement it may be claimed 1 A most important catalog. ,
zal atI I: !:> a. m. Reached open field It i K that "fa\orite and interesting
suggested thatCarranza sons"
southeast It mightavoid represent popular !section of the catalog is the register. !!
town at
fitffl a.m. war by ('aIlingfor international choice in their several states
an ,
and to CHEPEAI
This
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a shows
llojd! Ft'ilrl'dmhuh.! commission: to discuss the One of the ways in which the belligerent certain extent they do that for the year from
burden yet "favorite
nations lay mines in harbors ; June 13, 191;;;, to the present there
"Capl. Boyd sent in a note request situation as pro\ided for in thetreaty "'Oil" are gen--rally: the pawns of I
r politicians have
and other waters is described in the | been enrolled:: in all departments
ing permission to
: pass through the of 184S.It on the political chessboard cotes
tuwn. This was iefued. Stated wecould is definitely stated that 'arranza July Popular Mechanics :Magazine. manipulated by them in a game for ; 810 students, coming from ;32: counties
of
one deck of a vessel are several narrow i Florida, and from 1-1 other Mates
KTO around to the north is his ultimate choice of I
but noteat.t. doing best to protect Americans a man who will get The
Capt. Boyd said he was goin; in :Mexico City from popular attacks tracks supporting mines, each the most votes throughout the whole College of Arts and Sciences has
tn Ahumada at this i I of which is mounted on wheels. Each country had 191 students, the Normal College 1
time. and( in a
aiding Special Agent game cleverly covered Best TestI
Rodders
by
.:J "He!( was talking to Carranza'om- in potting trains to mine is in turn rolled to the stern manufactured enthusiasm, and 273, the Summer School of 1915, 259. ? y Every
American paid-
I carry and by means of special launching The rest of the number attended the
niander. len. Gomez .: for fireworks i
sent a writteninetisagi' refugees from the interior wsich cost hundreds of I
to Vera.
that Capt. Boyd could bring r, uz. In some quarters this is construed tracks, is dropped into the sea without thousands of dollars. It cost almostas various special schools and short : _
his force into the town and have '! tilting. A mine of the character much to nominate courses. ; !+;'libi t1i161s1c1:1s1i i !
a con : as evidence that Carranza is a presidential
ference. Capt. Buyd: feared an am- not bent upon provoking hostilities. described is made up of three parts: candidate as it does to elect him, The book contains a table of con- .. f' I
bu,h. He was under the impressionthat I Rodgers has A spherical floating chamber which further evidence that tents, and complete and valuable in- "
the
arranged for
the :Mexicans would 'tn a train is connected with the former by a cable came itself is political dex. I J. Rf DavisI
i run as soon carry Americans from :Mexico[ City about all the science
as we fired. to Vera Cruz 1 and a weighted sounding line. The there is to politics.
tomorrow and is As the '
', "We j promis- length of the latter is equal to the people Clear Skin Comes From Within.It .
formed for I the bills
attack, his intention Jed adequate protection from pay they come to I
bandits.
{ being to move up to the line of about | The corp of depth at which the mine is to float the fact and they them appreciate is foolish !o think you can gain a : Company
pay
newspaper correspondents when the end of the sooner or good clear &i
" 120 Mexicans on the edge of the town. I i have decided( to soundinglint' later. complexion by the use of
,
; We formed C troop on the left line of Citwith Roderers. stay in Mexico strikes bottom the lessening the Having manipulated the face powder. Get at the root of the ,
f. I skirmishers I 1 I pull throws a pall which presents the the primaries voters at trouble and thoroughly cleanse the
one platoon of K American the delegates
in
agents
troop on :Mexico to the
right of line and another echeloned) a I Hirh tension, but no attack on Amer-report I drum in the anchor chamber from convention and the "favorite sons" be- system with a treatment of Dr. King's |: INSURANCE Ii
I'' little to the rear. :! il'II1" paying out more cable to the snhere.Consequently for" the convention politicians New Life Pills. Gentle and mild inaction
i I It 1 the latter is drawn finally do not ..
"When under ret toother gripe, yet they relieve
\\e were within 300 yards of : Consul Guayant; I o" a party nominee
at l'rogn'soIe': [ I who
the Mexicans they opened fire and a reported that the rumor that the ( water to a depth equal to the j l may possess the strongest qualifications I the liver by their action on the bowels. : Starke :-: Florida

.' strong one "t.fore(1 fired a shot ernor of Yucatan had declared gov- length of the sounding line, as the for the office, but must have I Good for young, adults and aged. Go .
; I' :J.
.;. then we opened up. They did not run United States was false. war on I anchor chamber settles to the bottom.A ability to get votes. Sometimes these after a clear complexion today. 25c;: at .:;+;'ii0. r1r1.13.1'1'1bI I

but to make a long story short, after I page illustration in the July POD- :j requisites are found in one man, sometimes II your druggist (1) _

about an hour's fire, in which both '' WILL MY CHILD TAKE DR. KING'S i ular :Mechanics :Magazine denic.t- .---. i a vice presidential nominee-- mn...,_. t I I iticians, or abridgement, :++.....>< 11/111N11N
r J graphically this method I liecome of the exercise
of a practical -
had laying
troops advanced C troop to the I j XE\Y DISCOVERY: ;, complement. How of them If there
must be
position Mexican: machine gun and The best answer i is Dr. Kin 's New mines. II by ever the all this may be, the man named b)' party, popular control a government of- i Sanithry Market
K troop closing in slightly to the politicians is the nominee of is
Discovery itself. party *
It's t a prime essential '
a pleasant sweet the to good
R QUEER j Strickland
CUKES party whose
members
left, we were very busy the thereuponjro IVtft
on right syrup, easy to take. It contains the into government, for only when the people
, keeping off a flank attack. A group of medicines which wars of experience The cucumber-has the nominee the campaign be to win, whether themselves dictate government can J Fresh AfeJls. Sausage, Ham
always their
been
choice
left
Mexicans town, went around have regarded or not. there
our proven best for be
: led horses coughs and colds., as a cool and deliberate flood Republicans and good Democrats government of, by and for J and ish.t .
( rear and our left at a gal Those who have used Dr. King's New vegetable the people. Sometimes it -t
seems as
without can hardly
r lop. I( Discovery longest are its best friends. dencies and any impulsive ten- tions after question the nomina though Lincoln's conception of self- Price Paid for Poultry
r; "At about 9 o'clock one platoon of Besides every bottle is whatever it does may be having the politicians to government had been Highest
I{ guaranteed. If taken as the result make them the most of lost in popular
'f of ;
due them
,
troop K. which was on our right fell you don't meditation. desire indifference
get Eggs.
satisfaction get to be to political obligation i ald!
you Being of this belief good partisans which |
.s. said that he could we were astonished is frequently
back. Sergeant not | your money back. But bottle and in erroneous ideas
a as to what
I use
in their poli-
it stay there. Both platoons fell back i ias[ directed. Keep what is left for brought Saturday when 1!. J. Alvarez ymous with being own opinion, synon tics to-day actually is. Perhaps contemplation t 0/ieJoorLs/o/CA'Air-
71. about one thousand yards to the west :I cough and cold insurance. us five cucumbers growing ina a good citizen. of the Slafe
And proceedings of
and then together with some men of --a----.. ((1) cluster. What could have caused right here is the rub, as this great national conventions awaken the f ling, Ninth St.,
j has may
paper pointed -
t: troop C, who were there, these men tt Hurt Her Feeling* the "cukes" to huddle together in this I -a good partisan is out not time and seat some voters to a fuller realizationof 1NNNN1p11.NINN11Mnw -

scattered. I Fond Parent to Teachej1- manner we cannot understand, unless good citizen. Government necessarily a the part they now play in the selection .-
"Pleaserdon't
they had a prescience of by party, QttWot Tblf COM Not AffeCt TM
with of
"I was slightly wounded. Captain mark AHce'a a war which fir Taft presidential nominees. Should '
examples uronj I Mexico and believed says is in Because of its ton: tod luaU..e tSTIVE .
that necessary it do ...
$ told was killed. :ore. SU there is this so, they may decide that -
Boyd, a man me my is so sensitit- I I country, doesnot mean "poli- BJl )(O QUfSlMEis bettertb
strength in yielding of
union. tics is DenOIl.DetI :
political not the science of Quinine tad doe* *>t emit :
rights and privileges to pol- govern ringing in he.,i. ktmembcr the full tu!DC zsc,,
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fRIDAY JUNE 30, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN 'J

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? CROP OUTLOOK GOOD : CERTIFICATE OF NOMINATION BACKACHE IS DISCOURAGING * * * * Town Tax Assessor.E. 0. Thede Vice Preaident. i"

: i AWARDED TO CATTS TUESDAY + LEGAL NOTICES + Chairman Board of Aldermen. S. MATTHEWS., Town of Starke. James 4'. Moore, Secretary and .

Produce Grown in This Section But Not So Bad if You Know How to + + + + + .40. + + + + + Florida.. 6-16-3t Treasurer. Thede I
tfore (Continued From Page 1.) And the said R. R. Thede, 0. ,

Than Ever Before. I. Reach the Cause. ORDINANCE NO. 84. BILL FO RFORECLOSURE. and James T. Moore Directors. .

;, I showed that the returns now in the AN ORDINANCE REQUIRING ABUTTING In Circuit Court. 8th Judicial Circuit of Article 6.
.1 PROPERTY OWNERS ON ALL STREETS Florida. Bradford County.W. .
hands of the
for this section canvassing board are as The highest amount of indebtednessor
outlook
Nothing more discouraging that a THAT ARE TO BE PAVED IN THE TOWN G. Seals
The crop bright as it is this sea- I to many counties erroneous and also OF STARKE. BRADFORD COUNTY. FLOR. I liability to which this corporationcan
:.1I never so that the sum total of the constant backache. Lame when you IDA. TO MAKE CONNECTIONS WITH THE Sarah E. Young.1lIen: S. Young, at any time subject itself shall be \
The hot weather and the rains I errors and awaken, pains pierce you when you WATER MAIN ON SAID STREETS WITHIN Agms M. Young Cornelius Young the sum of Fifteen Thousand ($15- t ;
10110 at a tremen- I illegalities so far discovered would THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE PASSAGE AND Annie E. Young. J. H. Pollard / .
grow bend lift.
everything I It's hard to work to Dollars.
or or 000.00))
)DIke overcome the APPROVAL OF THIS ORDINANCE. AND Inn I. Pollard. and the S. B. Hub- d
rate The corn first planted is entirely now apparent rest. Backache often indicates bad IS DEFAULT THEREOF PROVIDING THAT bard Company a corporation. The names and residence of the sub. i :.
ouS far enough advanced for fodSrt .I lead of Mr. Catts and put Mr. Knott kidneys. Starke people reconmendDoan's SAID CONNECTIONS SHALL BE MADE BY Bill for Foreclosure. scribing incorporators together with .-
ost several hundred in the THE TOWN COUNCIL OF SAID TOWN Notice to Appear. '
of farmersJ. majority.Postponement the amount subscribed for are as fol- : 1
pulling, but many pur Kidney Pills. Read this case: AND THAT THE COST OF SAME SHALL The State of Florida to Sarah E. Young.
J. discarded old fogy otion about of Canvass Sought. Mrs. Lucy Hemingway W. Call St. BECOME A LIEN UFON THE ABUTTING Ellen S. Young Allnl'S1.. Young. Cornelius lows:
: ,e "The bill then PROPERTY FOR WHICH SAID CONNECTION R. Thede Florida Twen-
not be planted later sought to enjoin the Young and Annie E. Young. Greeting: R. Lawtey, ,
tot corn must Starke, says: "I suffered from a lame IS MADE. AND PROVIDING FOR It having been shown by affidavit that the fi'e shares.
board from -
certain time, and we see corn canvassing proceeding on and aching back and could hardly get THE COLLECTION OF SUCH COSTS WITH Defendants Sarah E. Young Ellen S. Young j' Florida ten
0. Thede
ij toa a not than two the canvass and to require them to REASONABLE VITORNEY'S FEES. AND Agnes M. Young, Corneliuss Young and Annie Lawtey, ,
more
'fl all sizes, some the around. It hurt me to stoop and lift PROVIDING THAT CERTAIN STREET E. Young are non-residents of the State of shares.
eeks old, and much of it planted on postpone canvass from day to day and I felt miserable. My kidneys PAVEMENTS SHALL NOT BE DISTURBEDFOR Florida. and that the residence of said defendants James T. Moore, Lawtey, Florida, :

Irtund that was "thrown out" some i for a reasonable time until the amended didn't act right and caused me a lot A PERIOD OF FIVE YEARS AFTER Sarah E. Young. Ellen S. Young. Agnes Fifteen shares.
returns could LAIN FOR THE PURPOSE OF MAKING M. Young and Cornelius Young reside in the ;
be sent in.
the drouth. So R. R. THEDE.
'time ago on account of of annoyance. Doan's Kidney Pills SUCH CONNECTION. AND THEREAFTER city of Selma County cl Dallas. and State of
will be plenty of corn made, Prompt Appeal Taken. brought relief from the first and soon ONLY UPON SUCH CONDITIONS AS MAYBE Alabama and that the defendant Annie E. THEDE, J V .
there "Judge Love denied the application PROVIDED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL Yourg is a resident of the town of Lizelle in JAMES T. MQO RE.
JIIuch more than at any former sea- the aches and pains in my back left BE IT ORDAINED by the Town Council of the State of Georgia and that there is no State of Florida
: The farmers have found out the for injunction at 9:30 o'clock. Withinan I and the other symptoms disappeared. the Town of Starke, Bradford County Stateof person in the State of Florida service of subpoena ,
Bradford SS.
IOn. field is hour afterward appeal had been Florida: upon whom" A'onld bind said d..ft>ndarts. County of ,
nIne of drainage: and every taken to the Section 1. All owners of land abutting any or either of them and that said defendantsare Before me, a Notary Public in and
ditched so that continuous rainsSi supreme court. A certified (Statement given March 10, 1911.) and all streets of said Town that are to be over the age of twenty-one years.It for said County and State, personally
the copy of the record made before Still Uses Doan's. paved shall within thirty days after the pas is therefore ordered considered and adjudged npeared R. R. Thede, 0. Thede and
not hurt crops. sage and approval of this ordinance make at that the said defendants Sarah E.
Sweet potatoes is another staple Judge Love was made and applicationfor OVER THREE YEARS LATER, east one connection with the water main on Young, Ellen S. Young Agnes M. Young, Cor James T. Moore, to me well known to

be produced in greater abun- injunction made to the supreme Mrs. Hemingway said: "I occasionally the[ said street or streets adjoining each lot of nelius Young and Anrie E. Young do appearto be the persons described in and who
tnitwill court land abutting thereon the Complainant's Bill of Complaint hereinon subscribed their to the foregoin
as auxilliary to its appellate names -
jur
than ever before, as the farmers take Doan's Kidney Pills as a pre- I Section 2. Such connection shall extend or before the iMh day of July A. D. 1916.
dance Charter and they seter-
taking advantage of the seaIOlIIble isdiction."At ventive of kidney trouble and they From said water main to and beyond the curb in default whereof a decree pro confesso will e proposed ,
are 1 o'clock m. the line in front of all lots abutting said streetor be entered strains the said Sarah E. Young ally acknowledged before ma that they
rains and have vines for plant- p. supreme keep me in good health." streets, so tint after such street or streetsshall Ellen S. Young. Agnes M. Young, Cornelius xecuted the same for t1} purposes
L plenty. The ease with which court also denied the injunction."In Price 50 cents at all dealers. Don't have been p"ved there will be no Young and Annie E. Yonsg. therein expressed.IN .
in denying the injunction Judge necessity for interfering with such pavementin I It is further ordered that this notice be pub-
i
its light tax upon simply ask for a kidney remedy-get WITNESS I have hEreunto set
,
is
this crop grown a..y manner in order to make such connec ..ished in the Bradford County Telegraph a
land and the great: demand for it Love held that it was not a case for a Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that tion. newspaper published at Starke. in Bradford my hand and affixed ray Real this the

the desirable staple to grow. court of equity to pass upon for the Mrs. Hemingway has twice publicly Section 3. Should such property owners or eourty Florida, .once each week for five consecutive Ust day of May, A. D. 1916. .
makes it a either of them refuse or neglect to make at weeks.
that H. C. PEACE
reason Mr. Knott has ,
sweet corn shipments are on the an adequate recommended. Foster-Milburn Co., least one such connection: for each lot abutting IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto
The carloads have been remedy at law; that although the can- Props. Buffalo N. Y. ((27) upon such street or streets as are to be I'a.edfor set my hand and affixed the seal of our Cir Nctary Public.
decline, yt two vassing board thirty days after the passage and approval cuit Court on this the 12th day of June A. D. Commission expires the 20th day of
this week by J. M. Truby, may now, upon can- of this ordinance said Town Council shall 1916. October A. D. 1919.
shipped ,
carloads for him this vassing the returns, declare Mr. Catts choice votes cast for all candidates for forthwith make such onnccticn or connections W. T. WEEKS Seal 6-2-4t. .
)
making eight: ship nominated, yet if Mr. Knott can by governor in that precinct. and said town shall have a lien upon such (Sea) Clerk. ( NOTICE. SIn
besides great quantities abutting property conrection: is made theretofor By R. A. WEEKS.
season, The prices have mandamus and contest proceedingssecure "Every legal voter has the same the pmpcnt cf he cost of rath connectionor Deputy Clerk. County Judges Court. Btn ford County. !
express. State of florida. in ProbaU.
ped by open the ears not merchantable enough errors and mistakes to right to have his second choice vote connections which said lien may be enforced ; A. V. LONG.Complainants. In Re: Estate of J. C. Carter Deceased.
and by suit at law in in Solicitor. 6-16-51.
equity
been good the stalks are excellentfeed overcome the present lead of Mr. Catts counted and returned as his first choice Court of competent jurisdiction or and in any all I To Ceila Carter Ada Carter. Joseph Carter
well as Laura Carter, Flonone."t1..r and Pearl
as then Mr. Knott could the and in this being done such cases a reasonaHe attorney's fee shall bereferable
insisting
horses cattle and hogs. The compel state upon NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Carter and all other interested parties
for whether final results be favorableto by the said Town in addition to UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER I
is not in the canvassing board to reconvene and declare the the cost of tach connection. Greeting> :
off quickly,
crop grows him to be the rightful nominee. myself or to my opponent, I am actuated Stction 4. No .disturbance interference 4888. LAWS OF FLORIDA. You and each of you fort! hereby notified
of anything else and has a ready Hereby notice is given that R. M. Spark- that CelIa! Carter! as admir.istr'trix of the estate -
way The supreme court's affirmance of by motives which cannot be with constructed any sheet asphalt in said street Town pavement shall be permitted hereafter man purchaser of tax sale certificates numbered of J. C. Carter, deceased* late of Bradford
-
sale. have beans Judge Love's decision and their prior fairly questioned, and with the deter- by the said Town Council for the space of respectively 123 127 and 173. issued by the County Florida has filed In the above
the farmers named court petition preying for orderof
an
of Tax Collector for Bradford County Florida, a
Some five after the construction of said
and tomatoes to sell, also opinions on the subject indicate that mination I have had at all times to pavement years for the of allowing street such each of said certificates being dated the 4th this court to be granted a.iithorizing! said

watermelons will they entertain the same views as accept in good faith the result of the' connections as aforesaid uurpose to be made. and no day of August A. D. 1913 has filed the said petitioner to take possession cf and sell. according -
New sweet potatoes certificates in my office and has made application to law the following described real
yrup. and such connection shall thereafter be made
Judge Love. primary election, as finally legally except
in then pears-something as be provided for by the said Town for tax deed to issue in accordance with estate as a portion of the asU of the said
soon ome the Mr. Knott Will Pursue His Remedies. determined. Council.may law. The said certificates respectively embrace estate of J. C. Carter deceased said real estate
here to bring in money year the following lands in Bradford County. Florida lying and being in Bradford i onnty.. Florida 4;
what is rightfullymine Section 5. All ordinances
"This decision does not in manner Desiring only or parts of ordinances .
any
farmer has and described! as follows:
Almost every a in conflict herewith assessed at the date of the issuance of
round. fattened the affect the remedies which Mr. and wishing my opponent to pealed. are hereby re- such certificates in the names respectively hereinafter The Northeast quarter of the Southeast quarter .,

number of hogs to be on Knott is now pursuing by mandamus.On have all that is rightfully his, I will E. S. f.\TTHEWg. particularly set forth to-wit: of the Southeast quarter "of Section 21,
and corn Township 6, South Range 22 East ; Also the
and sweet potatoes Certificate No. 123 embraces the Free NW'i
pinders President of Town Council.
are good the contrary, theexistence of his be willing and glad to enter into any Attest C. A. FUTCH. of Blk. 2. S. of R. 2 E.. Com at NW Cor of North half of the Southeast quarter of the
in the fall The prospects remedies by mandamus was the cause fair and equitable arrangement for de- : Town Clerk. Blk and run Southerly 210 ft to land deededto Northeast quarter of Section !<. Township 6. ,
of everything.MANPMULE H. Jones thence E. along said line of Jones South Range 22 East : for the Purpose of pay
for plenty of his failure to secure the remedy by tearmining finally and positively whois PafeJ. the 9th by a majority of vote of the Town Council 350 ft. thence Northerly along public road to ing certain indebtedness of sai? estate.

injunction. the lawful nominee of the primary day June. C.A. D.A. 1918.FUTCH. line between Blks 1 and 2, thence Westerly Therefore you and each of )uu, and all oth. I
BLOWNTO
AND WAGON includ- along aid line to point of beginning in Tem er interested parties are commanded that laying
the .
BY DYNAMITE.Neil "This injunction theory being now election for governorship, Town Clt'rk.Appro'ed ple's sub-division See. 21, Tp. 6. S. R. 2C-: E., all other business aside. you) will be and
this 14th tin of
by A.
June.
me
ATOMS out of the way, Mr. Knott will pursue ing the recount of ballots in any or ID. 1916. C. F. HOOVER. I" acres. assessed C.1.. Sparkman. appear before ir.e at my oicc in Starke. I
I Certificate No. 127 embraces Lots 5. 6. B'.k Bradford county Florida on Thursday. the
!
there is evidenceoof
where
all 6-16-41. .
his remedies mandamus with precincts Mayor.ORDINANCE I
by renewed -
32 in Johns Add to Starke. Sec ::iI. Tp 6, S. R. 20th! day of July A. D. 1916. at ten o'clock
McCallum, of Salerno, Met Tragic vigor in an honest endeavor to irregularities, or any error however E.. a.-..'es>ed C.1.. Sparkman. A.1... to show cause if any fOil can why I
Death Last Saturday. have properly credited to him all the honest and unintentional, which NO H. 122 Certificate No. 173 embraces 3 Acres com should not grant the prayer of said petition.
AN OFDIVANCE PFQUIRING: ALL PROP- at NW Cor of NW'i of NE'i and run S 420: Given under my fond and seal at Starke I
second choice votes as well as the first j might serve to defeat the real choiceof ERTY OWNERS, ABUTTING ON ALL feet. E. 630 ft. N. 210 ft. W. 4.'rt: ft. N 210 Bradford County. Florida. Th-a the 14th day

Neil McCallum choice votes to which he is justly en- a majority of the legal voters. STREETS THAT ARE TO RE PXVED ISTHI' ft. W 210 ft. to pt of beg. in NW'. of NE'i. of June A. D. 1916. )
STUART, June 24.- ,, : TOWN OF STARKF. BRADFORD Sec. S. Tp. 7. S. R. 22 East, 3 acres assessedC. GEO. A. GARDINER.
of Salerno was literally blown to I titled. I This being the case I most respectfully COUNTY FLORIDA. HEREAFTER TO M. Sparkman. County Judge of Bradford County Florida. i,

this, morning by an explosionof l "As before stated, if Mr. Knott by i request your honorable body in HAVE ALL WATER CONNECTIONS. WITH Unless! said certificates shall be redeemed according ., 6-16-St. (3E.\, ;
pieces the exercise of rightful THE WATER MAINS ON SAID STRFETS: to law. tax deed wiU issue thereon on j
dynamite. He was driving a mule, these proceedings gains enough votes I your diSCre-\\ AXn ALL JOINTS IN !SAID CONNECTING I the 17th day of July A. D. 1916. + + + + + + *' + + + + j 11
had the explosive in the wagon I to overcome the present lead of Mr. tion to defer canvassing the PIPES OUT TO AND BEYOND THE CURBING Witness my official signature and seal this + + '
and the 13th of June, A. D. 1916.
and declaring the result Until ADJOINING THE PROPERTY OF day .WJ
with him, and drove to a point near Catts he can then compel the state governor EACH OWNER RESPECTFULLY. EXAMINED W. T. WEEKS. + SEABOARD TIME TABLE. +

the hotel Salerno. A negro tes- canvassing board to issue to him a : by agreement, court action or oth- AND PLACED IN GOOD FIRST CLASS .Seal Clerk Circuit Court. + +
new erwise, the questions at issue shall be CONDITION AT LEAST THIRTY DAYS By R. A. WEEKS. -
of nomination."Mr. .
tified he saw McCallum throw the box certificate determined PRIOR TO THE PAVING OF SAID STREETS: 6-16-fit. Deputy Clerk. + New time table takes effect +
and then Catts may then desire to resortto settled, and it shall be RESPECTIVELY. AND: IN DFFAULT OF '
the
from + +
of dynamite wagon 12:01 a. m., Sunday, May 28, 16.
be- finally who is the legal nominee of the THE SAID ABUTTING PROPERTY OWNERS
in his
left similar proceedings own NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
Nothing was +
came the explosion. honorable TO HAVE SAID CONNECTIONS AND + Trains will arrive in Starke as
of the wagon, and only scattered bits half. If by such proceedings he should primary for this office. Your JOINTS INSPECTED AND PLACED IN FOR LETTERS PATENT. + follows: +

of McCallum and the mule were found. lead )Ir.- Knott he would doubtless demand body will appreciate without extended GOOD FIRST CLASS COSIHTIOX'ITHIS Notice is hereby given that the undersigned + +
nominee THE TIME ABOVE REQUIRED SAID CON-
Deceased was one of the most prominent i- a second certificate of nomina- argument that the rightful NECTIOXS AND JOINTS SHALL BE INSPECTED will apply to the Honorable + Jacksonville: to Tampa +
tion and back and forth perhaps would lose nothing by such action be- AND PLACED IN GOOD FIRST Park Trammell] Governor of the Stateof
so on +
of Salerno. No. 11-14
men of 1 _____________ p. m.
ing deferred, while if a certificate CLASS CONDITION PY THE BOARD OF Florida on the 1st day of July A.
the whole summer. ,
during BOND TRUSTEES OF THE TOWN OF + No. 3 ____uuu_ ,__ 10:40 a.m. +
-DEATH TO GRI GOES." "The greater part of this confusionis nomination were issued to a candidate STARKF. BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. D. 1916." for letters patent, incorporating + No. 9 ______ __ 2:52p.m. + 1
uu
THEDE- IOORE COMPANY
brought about by a failure to understand who later would be found not to be AND THE EXPENSE OF SAME SHALL BE ,
certificate A LIEN UPON THE ABUTTING PROP. under the following proposed charter, + + I
entitled to such great con-
Torreon Demolished the second choice provisionsof ERTY. AND PROVIDING FOR THE the original of which is now on file in : + Jacksonville to Ce !ar Key +
American Consulate
at fusion would result, with corresponding COLLECTION OF SAME WITH ATTOR.
the new primary law. The next the of the of State of + No. 5:04 +
NEY'S FF.ES.ND PROVIDING THAT SAID office Secretary 15 ______uu__ : p. m.
Sunday. the nominee.
legislature would do a good piece of injury to rightful CONNECTIONS AST- JOINTS SHALL BE Florida. + +.

work to repeal the second choice provisions i Respectfully submitted, REPAIRED AFTER THE PAVING OF SUCH R. R. THEDE. + Tampa to Jacksonville: +

EAGLE PASS, Tex., June 26.-The of the primary law and returnto W. V. KNOTT. CONDITIONS STREETS ONLY HEREAFTER UPON THE PROVIDED TERMS AND BY 0. THEDE, + No. 2 _____________ 4:54 a. m.No. +

United States consulate at Torreon, the second primary system so that How Vote Stands. THE SAID TOWN COUNCIL i. JAMES T. MOORE. +
+ 4 _________ ______ 3:42 p. m.
The following is the report from the Be it ordained by the Town Council of the Proposed Charter of Thede-Moore
Mexico demolished could settle the mat-
on Sunday, the two high +
was men Town of Starke Bradford County State of Company.The No. 10 (Limited)... 3:54 p. ra. .
June 18 mob of several thousand in the second Times-Union correspondent of the
all
by a ter once for race. Florida: associate + +
undersigned hereby
proceedings yesterday: Ft'ctioi 1. All owrnr* of land abutting
natives. Mr. Knott Filed Statement.W. any *
+ Cedar Jacksonville
themselves together for the Key to
and all streets of said Town that may hereafter purposeof
June 26. Special I.
According to American refugees arriving V. Knott yesterday afternoon TALLASASSEE, -( I be paved shall. at least thirty days priorto forming a corporation under and by + No. 14 __________u__ 9:27: a.m. +
here today the mob was headedby filed the following statement with the ).-According to the figures: of the the paving of such street or streets' have all virtue of the State of Florida with + *

the mayor of Torreon and led by canvassing board: state canvassing board this afternoon, their connections respective with lands the on water said mains streets> abutting and all the following proposed charter: + Wannee Trains +

a band belonging to Carranza's army.It Tallahassee June 26, 916. in the June primary Sidney J. Catts'majority joints of paid connecting pipes out to and beyond Article 1. + (Daily Except Sunday) *
for is 260. W. V. the curbin inspected and placed in good The name of this corporation shall
rushed through the streets howling lion. II. Crawford secretaryof governor +
Clay fir;! class condition at the expense of the own- be THEDE-MOORE COMPANY and + No. 101 Leaves Starke 6:45 a. m.
"Death to the gringoes," and after it state, lion. Thomas F. West, attorney Knott is credited with 24,720 first er of said abutting fond respectively. its business shall be transacted, and + No. 104 arrives Starke 2:45 p. m. +

had wrecked the consulate congregated general lion. John C. Luning choice votes and 8,449 second choice, either Section of them 2. Should refuse such or neglect property to owners have aid or conducted in the State of Florida, and + T. J. GRIFFIN, Agent. +

in the central plaza. There it was state treasurer, as and constitutingthe or a total of 33,169; Catts 30,092 first connections and joints inspected and placed in other States of the United States of + .

addressed by the mayor, and other state board of canvassers of primary choice, 3,337, second choice, total of good first class condition within the time above America wherever profitable, necessary + + + + ,+ + + + + + + + + + + +
that the
provided board of Bond Trustees of the
prominent citizens, and the populace election: :33,429. *ai WM incited i to run all the Americansout Gentlemen: This morning Judge W. J. Oven and joints inspected and placed in rood first class .i business shall be in the Town r>i -a

of Mexico.. In view of- the. fact. that. -1 was a can- Thos. B. Adams, attorneys representing upon condition such and abuttini the said property Town shall for the have: cost a lien of Lawtey, Bradford county, Florida. +.**+*1II1111II I +fCHURCHES. ++++++.

The crowd was also urged to greater didate for governor in the Democratic W. V. Knott candidate .for governor said inspection and the placing of said connection Article 2.
to the courta and joints in good fir!'t class condition The general nature of the business +
demonstrations declined presented supreme
have ,
I
of hostility by soldiersof primary of June 6, 1916 -
which sad lien may be enforced by suit nr businesses to be transacted or conducted + *
the de facto governmentaccord- to serve as a member of the petition for a writ of injunction to lit law or in equity in any Court of competent by said corporation shall be to -

,ing to the refugee's story. state board of canvassers, and my colleagues prevent the state canvassing board jutisdiction and in a1)!) such cases a reasonableattoiney's engage in a wholesale and retail mer- 'P BAPTIST-Rev. W. G. Law. +
fee shall be
from canvassing at this time the returns recoverable by the said + Sunday school, 9:45 A. M. +
on the board have selected in Town in addition to the cost of such inspection cantile and commission business, and

APPROPRIATION OF $100,000,000 my place lion. John C. Luning, state of the June primary, so far as and repair. to carry en any trade or business in- + Morning service, 11:00; Sun- .
same relates to the office of governor Section 3. That after the paving of any I cidental thereto or connected therewith + day 7:30: P. M. Visitors cor- +
-
.- treasurer. street> or streets of saiu Town is completed and ,
II the Upon the face of the returns, the and from declaring the democratic accepted by said Town such water connectionsand to buy sell, mortgage, exchangefor dially invited to attend.of'
Estimated the
Need for Putting is claimed by nominee for governor. joints aforesaid shall be repaired only upon itself or as agents for others all 4. *
Army in Shape. nomination of governor the terms and conditions as may hereafterbe inds of real or personal property, to
lion Sidney J. Catts, by a lead of approximately The petition alleged that in the returns imposed sad fixed from time to time by borrow money for the use of the company CHRISTIAN-W. H. Coleman, +

I 260 first and second choice of the election officers in num- said Town Council but in no case shall such and issue other + minister. Preaching the first +
I to notes or secure
repairs be made hereafter after the paving of
WASHINGTON, June 26. The votes over the first and second choice erous designated precincts, there had said street or strcc's without the said abutting. ity therefor and to deal in mortgages, + and third Sundays in each +

House passed the annual army appro- votes cast for myself. Inasmuch as been discovered many errors and irregularities property owner or owners shall first pay into rotes, stocks, bonds or other negotiable + month. Forenoon sermon at 11 4

priation bill today with the additionof the total vote cast for governor (first j i which would materially 'amount the treasury of money of the to replace said Town and a repair sufficient such paper in connection with the busi-iss + and evening sermon at 7:30. +

six millions for emergency.An choice alone) amounted to more than I) affect the final result as to the nom- nort'ons. of said paveinent as may be necessary .<, of the corporation.Article + Church board meeting the first +

emergency deficiency bill, carrying have deemed it necessary and i. ination for governor. to remove or injure in making such repairs to 3. + Sunday in each month. Loyal +
70,000 said' connections joints connections and
or
or this
twenty-five millions to defray the in simple justice to myself and the I, The justices of supreeme court had joints. The be capital five thousand stock of (5000.00 corporationshall Dollars 'P Daughters meet evety Friday +

expenses of consequent in the calling out thousands of voters who expressed"! notice served on attorneys representing Section in 4. conflict All ordinances herewith and parts of ordinances to be divided into fifty shares of + afternoon at o'clock. Ladies +

the militia, is to be presented to- their preference for me, to institute Mr. Catts and on the attorney pealed. are hereby re- the par value of One Hundred Dollars + Aid Society meets the first Friday +

morrow. legal proceedings in certain counties I general that the petition for injunc- E. S. M\TTHEWS.P each, payment for said capital stock + in each month at 3:30 p. m. +

for The total estimates submitted today affecting the counting of votes in certain tion would be heard in oral argumentby Attest : C A. FITCH.ident of Town Council. may be received in cash or in propery + Sunday school every Sundayat +

the quartermasters department precincts, to ascertain whetheror the court at noon today. Such argument Tow Clerk. real or personal, at a fair and just + 10 a. m. Everybody welcomeat +

Hone exceeded one million dollars. the number of legal was had both Mr. Knott and Y' -st'd by a majority vote of the Town Council !luation therefor, to be fixed by the + these services.EPISCOPAL +
The not larger the 5-th day of June. A. D. 1916.C. nard of Directors of this
bill total of the army appropriation votes were actually cast for my opponent Mr. Catts being present in person, A. FUTCH. Corporation. 'P II

M passed by the House is $108- for myself. and both also being represented by Town Clerk.Approved Article 4. + -Rev. A. Osmond 'P
"W.OOO or by me this 14th day of June A.
which included the $500,000 to As is well known to your honorable I counsel. At the conclusion of the argument D. 1916. C. F. HOOVER. I The term for which said Corporation + Worthing, priest in charge. +

WJOO.OOO for training camps. body, the primary just held was the the court announced that no 6164t. Mayor. shall exist shall be Ninety-Nine + Sunday school, 9:30' & m. Morning .

*The tile Hay resolution for the drafting first in which the counting and canvassing I adequate showing had been made for LEGAL NOTICE. j Years. P prayer and sfnsoa, 11:00 .

militia into the federal service of "second choice votes" Under .the interposition of a court of equity The Cojnty Assessor oi Taxes for Bradford Article 5. + o'clock. Evening prayer and .

w amended the by the Senate to eliminate the act of 1913, and subsequent and ordered that the petition for injunction county commissioners Florida. shall! meet for aid with county the board at the ofcouty The business of this corporation sermon, 7:00 o'clock. Choir re- +

the J1'00.000( appropriation for amendments applied in the case of the be denied. clerk's! oftV in raid county on the 3rd day of shall be conducted by the following of- 3:10: P. M. .

dependents of the guardsmen and candidates for state offices, and your July. A. D. 1916. at 10 o'clock a. m.. and ficers: A President, Secretary and + hersal, Saturday,
authorizing may continue in session from day to day for Treasurer and board of three directors +
the discharge of the dependents honorable is also aware of the MIAMI, June 26.-Fearing that a a
body one week or as long as shall be necessary
instead. doubt and uncertainty and confusionhas fusion candidate may be put in the for the purpoee of hearing complaints and receiving the office of Secretary and Treas- + METHODIST-Rev. John A. +

This bill must go back to the House resulted from this fact and that field for Governor in the November testimony as to the value of any urer may be held by one and the same + Hendry, pastor. Sunday school + .
and the property real or personal as fixed by the erson, said board of directors may be
war department is chafing Under in many precincts in the state where election, the Dade county executive county a.sor i>f ta'es and of perfecting.reviewing changed from time to time by an + at 9:45 A. M. Morning ser'P

to the the delay in getting the troops in there is no suspicion of fraud or fraud- .' committee this morning decided to retain the' tax year.and A.equalizing D. 1S16. the assessments for amendment to the by-laws, but shallat vice, 11:00 o'clock; evening +

federal service. ulent intent the inspectors and clerks' $1,252: which was left over from Given this 16th day of Jane A. D. 1016. no time be less than Three nor + service, 7:30 o'clockPRESBYTERIANKev. ,.

The have either failed to include second 1! monies raised by assessing the candidates N. D. WAINWRIGHT. more than Seven. The directors shall + +
Strong Withstand of he used County Assessor of Taxes.J. be elected by the stockholders at each I '
Sallner the Heat choice votes in their returns, or have in the June primary, to B. CREWS. + H. G. .
e Better Than the Weak such that in the interest of Sidney J. Catts. The Chairman. Board of County Commissioners. annual meeting, an all other officersof +
included them in a manner + Dennison Pastor. Sunday
JPWpl*who are feeble,and younger I committee went on record as believingthe Bradford County Florida. 6163tLEGAL this corporation shall be elected an. .
Sr*who are weak,will be strengthened the county canvassing boards have -- nually by the board of directors as: + school at 9:45 A. M.: Preach- P

tDlble4 to through the depress- been unable to tabulate them and include i nomination of Catts fair and hon NOTICE.The soon as may be after the annual meet-. + ing services at regular hours. +

{fa?*heat' of summer by taking regularly in their returns to the state canvassing est. Starke. Assessor Florida will of \Taxes meet with for the the board town of of z of the stockholders. The annual t + Morning service at XI' A. M.; +

JJ* .Tute1ess Chill Tonic. It purifies board. As a specific instance, aldermen for sad town on the evening of epting\ of the stockholders shall bE: + Evening service, 7. Visitors +

the ttrfches the blood and builds up I wish to im'ite'our attention to the His Promising Outlook. July 4th. 1916. and may continue in session Vld on the First Monday of Januaryf cordially invited to worship +
whole from day to day for week. long be fixed I
Ivstem. SOc. one or as as each year or at a time to
fact in one precinct in this (Leon)r "Did you make any money out of it shall be necessary for the purpose of hearing 'vy the by-laws. Until the officers tc, + with us. +

county, a recount of the second choice that land development stock you complaints and receiving testimony as to } elected at the first annual meeting + .4
More the \alue of any property real or personal e
A. man In Silence. hallots under order of the circuit court bought "='ot yet. but it looks good.I as fixed Ly the town csstuor of taxes and oi shall be elected and qualified the busi' ..... 1I111111 ,(+4:***++*++

a$ who lives right and la rfcht, resulted in my gaining on second found out so inuch about the company perfecting reviewing and equalizing the as- ness of this corporation shall be con:

more In his silence than another that they touk me into the segments for the tax year. A. D. 1916. ''cted the following officers: i
v his choice votes alone a number equivalent Given this 16th day of June. A. D. 1916. bv Read the Telegraph-Sl.50 year.
word3.-PLiipS: Brooks. to one-tenth of the total first firm." R. A. WEEKS R. R. Thede, President








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,' .t. PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. JK"; >AY. JUNE 30,1lit, '

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' I.! mmtmm
f t af i automobile.Last .

f. Tuesday Mr. Tommie Hewitt e 1
went over to Jacksonville to drive Mr.

J. W. Townsend's new car home. DRESSEDAND

: If Cans Cans Miss Kate Epperson spent several Q
days with friends in Raiford. Her )

cousin, Inez Epperson, came home
: : with her to make a short visit in the

. :i If home of Mr. G. A. Epperson. I Y a I

!i I 41 f Governor Park Trammell was shak- 4 1

ing hands with his many friends here

I f Wednesday.On .
;. last Tuesday morning Will Cole

I ''i I Have In Stock No. 2 and No. 3 Packers Cans.DelVitt I colored, was found dead in the bed. '

Sheriff Denmark and Judge Gardinerwere

notified at once and came to holda

H i coroner's inquest. The jury's verdictwas
I that he came to his death from an

attack of fits.

: s Mrs. J. N. Langford, is taking a
two weeks vacation with her sister in

t C. Jones i Jasper. 91'


I Hardware, Paints and Oils. Plumbing and Electric Wiring. Christian Church Notes. Ii

For the last eighteen months the

.. ; ___ ____ m second Sunday of each month has been
; our appointment at Raiford and onlylaving Everything Needed to Build t

0 : once a month appointment we

t shall he there to fill the appointmentif

I nothing happens.The Your House I Iit

windows for the church
new at
the week at the home of Rev and Mrs
Lake Butler are supposed to be some
D. L.
1 I I Phillips at Woodlawn.
where on the road, but up to this time
Mr. Ury Gunter, of Jacksonville
,
we have not been able to locate them
1
spent Sunday with friends here.
and have not used church.
Mr. and )lI"s. L. II. Hill were visitorsto our
I i County News Items Woodlawn Monday.Mr. .

and Mrs. A. A. Smith and their Junior C. E. ProgramFor Quigley Lumber & Supply Co.

I niece, little Miss Agnes McCormick, Sunday, July 2, 11 a. m.

were visiting relatives at Topic, Cleaving the
Kingsley to Good.
latnlldn, Facts Gathered During the Week by Our :
: lake last Sunday.Mr. Text, Rom. 12:9-11-Ruth Richard. 'The Happy Home

Regular Correspondent T. S. Stark preached at the Song, America.

. I II j Saxton Methodist church last Sunday Bible lesson read by all. Builds"

I j',I afternoon. Repeat Bible verses that would

I :Mrs. Henry Bennett and daughters make good laws.
O (. 0cZ' 000 00 friends in Jacksonville last week. ,
I Misses Clara and Pearl, are visiting Render to all their dues, Rom. 13:7:
0Y 0 Messrs. A. A. Stokes, W. L. Babbitt,
relatives in Alachua this Josie Bennett.
week. -
1 > HIGHLAND. O. J. Phillips and sister, Miss Debbie, county
,I -' 4 motored over to Kingsley lake Thursday Miss Dora Clark, of Wateroak wasa Be honest, Rom. 12:17-Willie De
visitor to Lawtey last .
G J0 00 00000t1 s ( U afternoon. Friday.Mr. kle.Obey
J. H. Lowery was transacting those in authority, 1 Peter 2:
Mr. G. E. Wilkinson Mr. W. L. Babbitt visited at Jack-
was transacting
business in Jacksonville last Sunday. 13-l-t-Ruth Richard.Do .
business in Jacksonville Thursday.Mr. sonville Wednesday.Mr. Messrs. 0. L. and J. S. Thomas visited good, lIeb. 13:1G-Aubrey De- Pure Ice
Dolph Addison of Lawtey vis-
.. G. Dicks visited friends at ,
Hampton
and Putnam
Hall last
Maxville Saturday. ited here' last week.A I kle.Turn
I Miss Essie Thomas of large number of Lawtey people Friday by auto. I away from evil, 1 Pet. 3:10-11:
Lawtey, returned Mr. D.
C. Biggs, of Hastings, was -Elmer Adkins.
r j to her home Tuesday. She attended the Sapp-Thompson'wedding
visiting relatives in Lawtey the first Stories of Bible patriots. a
has been the of Miss Winnifred here Sunday.
l. Wimberly for guest several days. Phone your news notes to 39-2. part of the week. The story of a good citizen-Ne- $ Our ice is made from voter thai has not hen contaminated .
Mrs. Waldrup, of Lake Butler, wasa holmiah.
Mrs. H. C. Wimberly was shoppingin
I guest at the home of Prof. and Mrs Business. with boiler
, Jacksonville Thursday. > ,0A0000 0c compound or other organic matter '
:M. M. Fryer Tuesday and Wednesday. ;
1 I' Messrs. G. E. Wilkinson and C. C.
Mr. J. S. Thomas, of Baldwin, was generally found in boiler.
steam
Oliver motored to Pablo Beach Sun- BROOKER. C. E. ProgramFor a "
visiting relatives in Lawtey last Friday
: day and spent the day. 3f' and Saturday.The Sunday, July 2, at 6:30 p. m.
H. C. Wimberly, Jr., left Monday 00000003C A000 Topic, How to make America the
entertainment under the auspices an J Compare prices you are now paying for ice with the
for Jacksonville where he will be the I Ideal Nation.
The farmers of this section
t are busy of the W. C. T. U. at the schoolhouse
guest of Mr. Gilbert Barker until shipping watermelons this week. It auditorium, which was previously Text, 1 Pet. 2:1-10: -John Hender prices you paid before we came to fawn

Tuesday, when he will go to Madisonfor is feared that the excessive rainfall announced for the evening of .
July
son.Song.
a two weeks' visit with relative will cause a shortage in the melon 4th, has been changed till Monday f We Are Here To
Messrs. D. L. Rigby and H. A. God Bible lesson read alternately Stay.
crop. evening, July 3rd. A beautiful
program
win were visitors to Jacksonville Sun Season of
Mr. Walter Pinholster of Trilby prayer.
which is being practiced daily,
day. was shaking hands with friends i in will be rendered. The small admission Comments on lesson by leader. t Co-operative Ice
:Miss Rena Marr returned home on Short talks Manufacturing Co.
Brooker one day last week. of 5 and 10 cents will be charged, :- { .
Thursday from Live Oak, where she Mr. A. B. Shaw and family have and the proceeds will be used in What is an ideal nation?Hubert

has of been visiting relatives for a couple moved to Worthington Springs. Mr. a large flag for the School-purchasing Bennett. $ / Sims Gardiner, Agent.PXGXOXOXO .
weeks.
"' Shaw opened a summer school at house. Everybody come and spendan Wherein does America fail to reach StaT
Dr. Turner is visiting relatives in that place last Monday. enjoyable evening. the idealJohn Henderson. e, ForMa

Jacksonville for several days. :Miss Mabel McKinney, of Louise, Little Miss Essie Thomas spent several What agencies help to elevate the 1 -

<$> .!> spent last week with :'tliss1)'rtie Ha- days at Highland the first of the nation?Evelyn Bennett. .

0 zen.Mrs. week at the home of :Mr. and Mrs. II I Is might right: for an ideal nation? ,-- -- -- -- -- -- ____ t __ __
-- -
Marion:
0o J. B. Crews, of Starke, visited C. Wimbrrly. Richard.
NEW RIVER. her father, Mr. J. J. Morgan last Journey through I Timothy-Maud
A Thp marriage of Mr. I'oscne Sap h ) O) OXGXOXOXGYOWGXOXG @
week. unter.
I oo ttiC co oooo o > Mr. J.1.[. Shaw made a hurried and('11 l Miss last! Avey Sunday Thompson afternoon was solenini"7 rt the- Bible drill. @ t @

II Mr. M. J. Sapp and niece, Miss Era business trip to Jacksonville last home of the 1.rifle's! parents :Mr.. c\) Business.Benediction.. ;

I Crews, attended church at Graham on Thursday. Mrs. Shad Thompson, in the ant 1- @ JOB PRINTING @a

last Sunday. Miss Elva Lee and Guerney Crewswere lawn section. Rev. Mr. Hartman, of I

Mrs. T. II. Willis and children, of week-end guests of Miss MyrtieMorgan. the Baptist church performed the cer fttff # + + + t'Fttt + + @ @;

Sopchoppy, are visiting her brother, emony. The happy couple went to + LEGAL NOTICES *l
Mr. J. E. Adkins, this week. Miss Sarah Jordan left last Wednesday housekeeping just south of town and @ 4\\
Mr. J. H. Bennett made a flying trip for her home in. Havana. their many friends wish them 'a ,long + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + @i

over to Lake Butler last Friday. Sheriff Denmark was in Brooker on long life of happiness and CLERK'S REPORT. @ ) @
prosperit Starke.! Fla., June 1, 1!>16. I
Mrs. T. E. Waldrup, the canning Sunday and added another convict to Quite a number of friends and relatives Report of the Clerk of the Circuit Court in Q f
club demonstrator, spent last Fridayat the gang. and for firadford County Florida. on account @
of both bride and
witnessed @
New River. Miss Marguerite Shriver visited the ceremony. groom of tapes assessed for the B.year M. DOWLIXfi.191:;. : Neatly an i Artistically 'I

Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Parker, )lissEra Miss Louise Leverett at Worthingtonlast Mr. T. Oliver and family, who have County Proper.May Tax Collector. @ Done.-Give Us a Trial! @j
Crews
and :\lrs.1.. L. week.
News 9n been residents here for the past six 1. to bal due County Proper Fund 7.841.0.1:;
motored over to Starke last :Monday.Mr. Mrs. L. L. Lamb and little daughter, or eight months, returned to their By amt collected -___________________ ::.:It\1 @ @

: and Mrs. G. W. Sapp, of Worth- :Marie, spent last week in Providenceand home in Tennessee the first of the June 1. to bal due __________________ 4.433.34 '
i i. ington Springs, visited Mr. and Mrs. Lake City. They returned Sunday week. Drainage. @ @
i B. J. Sapp last by automobile. May 1, to hat due County Drainage ..
Sunday.
Revival services' began at the :M. E. Fund -----______________________ S.O'ioS.-! :;
r I :Messrs. Fml Sapp and Wesley Norman Mrs. T. G. Futch and little son, of church, South, Wednesday. EvangelistStorey By amt collected _-____-_____-____-_ 606.4ft! ; @ @
1 :'olissesI 'rtle Yarborough and Leesburg, are visiting relatives i in -
Tressa Norman, all of Raiford, attended Brooker this week. will assist the pastor June 1. to County hat due Road____and______ridltt._______ 3.134.23: : @ Srabfnrb (tmtuty l'lftlrapl! @ -.

I church at Long Bridge Saturday Mr.: and :Mrs. E. Lennon and son, May 1. to hal due County Road and
night. Charles of cooc c oooc ooo 0$> <$> Briifce Fund __________.___ _____ 1I.I/l1I: / @ '
Worthington, were guests p By amt collected ____________________ 3.573.01 @ ,
Mr.. J. E. Adkins of Mr. J. M. Shawand

business in Lake Butler was last transacting Saturday. I Sunday. family last V LAKE BUTLER. June 1"Outstanding to hal jinn _Indebtedness_hh-u-----Fund.---- ..1."tl. ...;>...'". @@@@@@@@@@@ @@@@

I !III'.
[ Roberts and Mrs.
t Roy :Mr. Laurie L'aillarrison and little -
1 daughter <$> S> 3 000Cv0 : Bardin, of Graham, were visitors to of Gainesville, are visiting theformer's tplittflnos Fund __________________ 6.;9.31
By amt collected ____________________
: New River Sunday. mother, Mrs. D. B. Lynn. The Lake Butler citizens were 2,!'fl3.fls: > Apr 1, to Bal due Cour.ty School Fundl8.007.29 I more or I loss, 1

;; :Messrs. Jesse and James Thomas Mr. Raiford Carver, of Lake But- greatly surprised last Sunday after- June 1. to bal due ---______________ 3, !M.23! Hy amt collected ___________________ 336.03 June 3wth. 1516.( ,-, .

I spent last Sunday in Brooklyn.Rev. ler, is studying telegraphy under Mr. noon to hear that Mr. Arthur Dekle May 1. to bal County due County School. May 1, to bal due --------_--------14640.26 Lua MRh.'dian FR.XClESVIGGL of Annie L. W1U1. I
School
J. B. Crews attended churchat T. C. Hazen, our efficient agent. and Miss Beulah Finklea had quietly Fund _----------_ ___14.64ft.26 County Polls. a ndl Frankie! G. Wigrhw.reiii i
Graham Sunday After spending a couple of monthsin married at the home of the bride's By amt collected ___--_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-.-_-_-___ 6.232.78: By Apr amt 1. to collected hal due County-_____Polls_________________ 1072.00 232.00 6-30-Jt.; of R. H. Wiggins dees) .:.1

i Prof. E. R. Poppell opened up his Pennsylvania and New York, Mrs. sister, Mrs. J. Kennedy. Mr. Dekle is June 1, to bal due _-____._____._____-8.387.48 -:c'SOTlcr.lrOR
J May 1, to bal due .________________ nBLICATIOS.t
J school at Long Bridge last :Monday :Mary Passavant returned home Sunday. one of our best young men and Miss County Poll. 840.00
:May 1. to bal due __ Total Sub School. Serial No. iU',,;t. apartment of the B!# '
County Polls ___
i morning with a large attendance. She made the return trip by Finklea is one among the leading By amt collected ________________._ Sft3.no 840.00 Apr 1. to bal due Total Sub School B.772.96 fur, U. S. Lard Office Gainesville\ Fit- 'fe'
Remember, prayer meeting at Long steamer, sailing from New York Cityon young ladies of Honey Hill, S. C., and By amt collected -_____--________ 1.164.04 June 24. 191f. .

i Bridge. every Wednesday night at the "Lenape" last Thursday. their many friends wish them a most June 1, to bal Total due Sub____School.____________ 33700 May 1, to bal due --______-________ .6I1S.I:! Notice Sampson is t'it.1..,y Florida.riven that who Frank on April MMof fd ,

.*.,*)>A. Quite a number of folks from Miller happy and pl'Osperous'oyaJ'e: throughlife's May 1. to bal due Total Sub SchooL Fine and Forfeiture Fund. 1913. made 1I0nA>stead entry No. 011679.Northeast If
sea. By amt collected 5. Oil.9: Apr 1. to bal due _________________ 3858.71 qu.YrJr, Section 34. ToSmith. """'' !P. .
: were in Brooker Sunday to attend 2.463.56June By amt collected __________________ 721.61 Range C:y East Tailhassee 1Jeri&Iohas
: !> i> .!> l' services at the Free Will Baptist Dr. Henry Carver and wife, of Pun- 1, to bal due _______________- filed notice 'of intention to JIIIke T .
s --- 3.1U.36 :
May 1. to hal due ________________ hr
_
0 4 church. The services conducted ta Gorda, are spending a few days Total Sub School Bond .13:0: Year Proof to establish claim to for
were Miv: 1. to bal due ________.________ Total Sub Schools Bond above described, before Clerk of Circuit w\
> WOODLAWN PARK. !> by Rev. Walters of with his father and mother, Mr. and __ 4.044._->n Apr 1 to bal due ________ /l.Vf1A
Princeton, N. C. By amt collected __ _______._____ -- _______ 4,449.24 at Starke. Florida on the 10th day of ."
f 0 :Mrs. S.1.. Carver. '"Henry" is one h. U583.73 By amt collected _________________ 404.04 1916. .
of home June 1. to bal due ____._ Claimant names as witnesses: ., :;
.1' + -! our boys that has made 2.41O.4i
> $' ; a Fine and Forfeiture Fund. May I, to bal due _________________ 4.044.20 G. \V. Andrew, of New River Fton &. ':;'
:Mr. J. S. Norman was transacting great struggle to become an efficient :May 1. to bal due 3.137. :. W. T. WEEKS. Prince Matthews of New River. Fkmfl+ r..t
business in Lawtey Monday.Mr. .' LAWTEY.Mrs. and worthy young man and his many !1 1:> amt collected .3 1.:1:11.119.June : Sl'all> Clerk Circuit Court. William C. A. Ed vard of New City.River Florida noridao- .
Smith. Sampson
: Noah Stokes, of St. George, friends are proud to )know that he is 1. to bal due _-. _____________ 179731c COUNTY TREASURER'S REPORT.To fi-30-6t. ROBERT W. DAB =
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r Ga., attended the Sapp-Thompson wed-: : i !' '!' ;, !' making a success with his chosen pro- ( ". W. T. WEEKS. the Honorable Board of County Commis- _____,, ___ -t
Clerk sioners
fession. Dr. Carver and bride will Circuit Court. of Bradford County Florida :
here .
, ding Sunday.Mr. -
. J. C. Adkins, of Gainesville, I, the undersigned treasurer of said
0. J. Phillips was transacting spent Sunday at the home of her mother. stop over in Lakeland, St. Petersburgand CLERK'S REPORT. beg leave to submit the following report county.for
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Tampa on their return home. Starke Fla. May 1. 1916. the month ending April 30, FRUITS
1916
: business in Lawtey Tuesday. on account
:'tlrs.1.. E. Edwards. .ndT of the Clerk of the Circuit Court General School Fund
I Mr. in :
and :Mrs.
Dr. E. L. Bijrirs, of Lawtey, was a I Prof. Marcus Brown is attending Sashow and children, of laves Bradford County. Florida on account April 1. to bal -___________ 679.99 C
professional visitor here Sunday af the teachers' and Mr. :Murdock, of Lake City, spent assessed for the year 1915. April 3. to amt reed of B.
normal
I. at Gainesville. Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs B. M. BOWLING M. DowlinK recpt 48____ 1,524.55 ri.VEAPPLES 5 cents t
ternoon. ,. Misses Lois and Eunice Dinkins, J. D. Tax Collector. April 5. to amt reed of W.

Mr. Ury Gunter, of Jacksonville, Lucy and Myrtle Wright, Rose :Mary : .Padgett.Mr. M. H. Mattox of Rrr.1. ,to bal due County County Proper.Proper Fund 9646.82 1918 V. Knott, redemption_______Nov.___ BANANAS 20c Dozen :
Lake
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City
' was a visitor here Sunday. Hull, Myrtle Sapp, of Lawtey, and in town this collected _________________ 1.8'13.77 April 3n. by amt paid out 1.64S.93 finetl :
Miss Lily Stokes, of St. George, Miss Mary Kilgore, of Jacksonville : was week working for :May April 30, by bal --_______ 562.46 SATURDAYS-and all our our 1
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the interest of the Modern\ Woodmanof to bal due _______________ -.843.05
J Ga., visited relatives and friends here spent last week at Kingsley lake. Drainare. lpi
I America.Mr. Apr 1. to bal due 2211.39 2311.39: Fruits at lowest market prices.
. last week. They the County Drainage
were
guests of Mrs. Pearl : P. M. Padgett is spending Fund -------____ ___ __ ___ 3.92R.6 May 1. to bal _______- --
Mr. P. L- Wells of the State Plant Jones. By '"' 562.46 :
several days in Moultrie amt collected _.i.___.__________ 980 t Take some home with you! ;
Board transacting business here Mr. James Ga., this -
Lawrence NOTICE
was
came overJacksonville week attending the stock exhibits. :May 1. to bal due _________________-3.830.65 Thirty OF GUARDIAN SALE.
Tuesday. and spent Sunday with Uanty days after date hereof to-wit the
:I Miss Florence Addison, of Lawtey, his parents, Rev. and Mrs. T. B. Law Mrs. Jesse Cason and children, Apr 1. to bal due Road County and Road Bridee.and guardian 31st day of July 1916 I, the nndenltned, aa R. W.MILLS I
Winnie and for
,u Etheridge, returned Mon Bridge Fund ..... Annie L. Wiggins and Frankie
"is spending the week here. as the rence. day from an extended visit in south By amt collected _____-_-_--__--_-_-__--_--__--__10.289.92 1J924.02 G. Wiggins minor heirs of R. H. Wiggins, -,'J'
deceased
will apply to the ,.j
guest of friends. Mr. and Mrs.\ Hiram Bennett and Honorable Geo. A. ---

Elder L. Mosley, of Maxville, filled their little granddaughter, Jeannette lando Florida., Apopka While'away and they visited Or May 1. to bal due _________________-8.365.90OiUtandinc Florida Gardiner at County his office Judge in of Starke Bradford, Florida County for. Special Sal on Men's and B1 I

+. his appointment here Sunday.Mr. Bennett, spent several days last week Plymouth, and InrfeUedneu Fand.I -. an order to sell at private sale the one-third
other points in the undivided Palm Beach Stump'sDollar
Southland. Apr interest each of pants at 1.1
1. to bal due Annie L.
at Maxville I Outstanding In- Wiggins
Peeples, of Lawtey, visiting relatives
Starling
andriends. Miss Maud Milton, of Trenton, is debted.iess Fund ---______________ g.jgo.57 in and Frankie G. Wiggins; minor u aforesaid 'j
visited here Sunday. ( a By amt collected ______ and to tile following described
visitor of Miss Viney Dekle this ---- ________ 1563.26 Lots one and land to-wit: Shirts-all the new patt 1
two in
M. M. visited relatives and Miss Florence Addison is week. bloc ktwo. in town of
Mr. J. se
a spending Mr. J. W. Townsend was a visitor I May 1. to bal due Ctanty----ScbooL_______-t"-97.35 and Lawtey.platted Bradford on the euonty.public Florida record, as of mapped Brad- -85 cents during 1 theberg's. salr-St 1

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