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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 7, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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t Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75 Cents. Payable in Advance. E. S. Matthews, Editor and Proprietor. ;

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VOLUME 38. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1916. NUMBER 1 1.
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} AUSTRIAN ATTACK ON AMERICAN I CONCILIATORY REPLY IS. SENT U. S. COUNSEL FOR KNOTT ASK FOR REc9TINPRECINCTSOF27000NTIES- !. "

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;, SHIP HELD AN INSULT TO U.S. FLAG INREPLYTONOTESENTCARRANZADiplomatic r i.


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f- : PUNISHMENT OF SUBMA- INTERESTING CASE Differences Brought Up to Date and Demand of TWO SERIOUS FIRES i iJ MANY MISTAKES- ARE DISCOVERED '

: RINE COMMANDER ASKED DeFacto Government for Withdrawal of U. S. Troops is IN TABULATION '
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I Z.. :I Sister Sues Brother for Alleged Not Mentioned-May Mean Settlement Soon. Residences of Mrs. Hemingwayand i -

!-' Rejoinder to Dual Monarchy's Note to, Beating.Last I. L. Williamson Burned.Two Knott Headquarters Expresses Belief I

'J' i Ambassador Penfield Recently by I I'f. CARRANZA PROMISES TO BRING That a Recount in Questioned Pre I

;; .: Secretary Lansing Requests Prompt Friday's Metropolis containsthe fires this week, two good residences cincts of Four Count ids Will Be I

; Apology for Attempt to Destroy the following account of a court pro- ORDER TO NORTHERN BORDERS burned up, two more bare Sufficient to Overcome Catt's Leadof :
1 I! ceeding, which is of interest to Starke chimneys to mark the places where ..
Tank Steamer Petrolite.
260 Votes-Warm Ahead..
I people because the principals once before were happy homes.
.J I Ii lived here and are well known to mostof Embassy Officials Believe Carranza Himself Framed the Doc The first fire took place shortly after

-i WASHIXGTOX.The American our citizens: ument Following President Wilson's Speech in New York I 3 o'clock Sunday morning when While the state canvassing board
-i rejoinder to Austria regarding the : Teeming with sensational testimony flames shot suddenly toward the sky last week accorded S. J. Catts 2CO
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Last Tone.
J Austrian submarine attack on the and rife with dramatic situations is Week-Diplomatic I from the two-story residence of :Mrs votes majority over W. V. Knott in the

American steamer Petrolite, made the case of Mrs Gussie Ryals and Lucy Hemingway, on Broadway street race for governor, Mr. Knott is not ,
i public by the state department, describes her husband, William B. Ryals, against WASHINGTON, July 4.-A note to the U-Sted:: States from the defacto The progress of the flames were .so satisfied but has instituted proceed- ;
the act as "a deliberate insult I I Henry H. Elarbee, in an action for government of Mexico reached Eliseo Arredondo, the Mexican ambassador rapid that when the firemen had reeled ings for a recount of the votes in
to the flag of the United States $:;0,000 for an alleged assault, now on designate here, today, and probably will be delivered to the State Depart- out their long lines of hose nothing certain precincts in at;! least 27 coun- !t.

and an invasion of the rights of all trial in the circuit court before Judge ment tomorrow.The could be done to save the building andit ties of the state, according to T. B. '
American citizens" and requests a Gibbs. communication is described by persons close to the embassy as be- was burned to the ground. It was Adams, Esq., of the :Knott counsel.
prompt apology, punishment of the I I The case was begun yesterday and ing conciliatory in tone, and designed to offer the basis of an amicable set- occupied by Mrs. Hemingway and her Among other irregularities charged !is

submarine commander and payment of ; the principals, Mrs. Ryals and Elar- tlement of the differences between the two go'-crnments. daughter, but they were not at homeat Bradford, where, it is alleged, "second
.,+ an indemnity. I j bee, are brother and sister. The suit It is in reply to both the last two notes sent to the de facto govern- the time, and no one else was in the choice votes not properly tallied in a
, vigorous language the commun- I i had,its inception over accusations. ment by Secretary Lansing, and is said to brhg the issue between the two building. Nothing was saved. number of precincts, rInd gross irregularities -
ication sent a week ago makes it clear I I Ryals claims were made against her governments down to date. The origin of the fire is a mystery. in Lake Butler precinct.:' Mr.
that the United States government believes by Mrs. Bessie Thompson, a sister to Promises to restore order in northern Mexico and to protect American From the circumstance that traces of Knott hopes that a correct counting of
the facts of the case entirely the plaintiff, and culminated in the territory from raids are renewed, with the suggestion that the presence of certain valuables which Mrs. Hemingway the votes will award him the nomination -
1 different from what the Austrian sub- alleged assault on the 4th of May, American troops Mexican soil is largely responsible for unsettled condi- kept in a trunk, cannot be for governor.

marine commander reported them to 1915. Mrs. Ryals claims that, besides tions, and that their withdrawal would go far toward eliminating sourcesof found, it looks as though someone had Records in Hamilton, Madison and

be and that immediate amends are being assaulted by her brother th; friction and difficulty. entered the building for the sake of Suwannee counties and in two prE- 4
expected.The her sister, Mrs. Thompson, also hada There is said to be no specific renewal of the demands for recall of the plunder and then set fire to it to cover cincts in Leon have already been authorized -
Austrian claim that the Petrol- hand in the fight.A Pershing expedition, or threat of attacks, but at the same time the requestof up the theft. and the Knott headquarters!
ite's captain voluntarily gave up sup- torn shirtwaist belonging to Mrs. Secretary Lansing for a statement of intentions is met by a general discussion There was an insurance of $1,000( express the belief that if the ques-
, plies taken from the steamer by the Ryals and a badly disfigured skirt of the situation, rather than by a direct announcement of purposes. on the building, which will partly tioned precincts in these counties alone
I submarine commander is flatly con- claimed by Mrs. Thompson were silent The Mexican government states that it has accepted in principle sugges- cover the loss of it. The furniture, are recorded he will have enough to
tradicted, as are the claims that warn- witnesses introduced as evidence of a tions of mediation from other American republics and invites the United valued at nearly $700, carried an insurance I i overcome the 2CO-vote lead accredited
shots fired the Pe- Witnesses testimony States likewise to recover itself. It adds, however, that direct negotiations of
ing were across struggle. giving $400. : to Mr. Catts by the state board. However -
trolite's bow before she was shelled I in the case were Mrs. Ryals, Dr. S. between the two governments concerned should bring more satisfactory results I The second fire took place at 2 I it is not the intention of the

and that her appearance was such as A. Morris, Mrs. Martell Willis, W. B. than mediation. I I o'clock Tuesday morning and burned counsel for Mr. Knott to stop there,
f to justify the submarine commanderin Ryals and W. J. Griffin for the plaintiff Embassy officials believe General -- --- almost to the ground the residence of but a fight for every single vote in

mistaking her for a cruiser. I. and Mrs. Bessie Thompson, J. B. Carranza himself framed the languageof PISTOL TOTER CAUGHT. I. L. Williamson, corner Cherry and the state will be made, where it is be-
The attack on the Petrolite, a Stan-' Schuman and H. H. Elarbee for the the note. It is said to be much more dard oil tanker made in the Mediterranean diplomatic in terms and tone than any Jacksonville and Arch
was defendant.The Sheriff Denmark and his po se were family were at exist. : .
December 5. A protest I closing arguments of counsel of the recent Mexican communications. out Saturday hunting a colored cul Kite and Perry Kite, Jr., slept in the The worst irregularities are alleged -

sent soon afterward on preliminary reports were begun this forenoon by R. E. Secretary Lansing was told infor- prit. On their journey they found building. How the fire originated is in Polk, Holmes and Hillsborough .( ..' ,
from the tanker's captain and; Stillman for plaintiff and was follow mally of the arrival of the note, and that another colored man, Dowling : not known, but its progress was so counties, where it is alleged that several :a.
crew brought the Austrian commun- I ed by W. C. Hodges for the defend of what was understood to be its con- Brockington, toted a pistol. lie was I rapid that the occupants had barely] I hundred non-democrat voters evidently I
ication to which the new Americannote ant. Major A. St. Clair Abrams, for tents. He seemed highly gratified, arrested, the pistol taken from him time to escape. The firemen were cast a vote. It is cited that the i
replies. The rejoinder, which is i plaintiff, will follow Mr. Hodges andG. but would not comment, pending. its and he was given a hearing before soon on the ground, but though they registration books in those counties ; ?
in the form of a memorandum from : C. Bedell or the defense will close. delivery to him.FUNSTON Judge Gardiner. The judge sentenced i saved the building from burning entirely show certain numbers of democrat voters -

Secretary Lansing to Ambassador I Arguments made by counsel this him to a fine of $lOO( and costs or six I to the ground, their exertions in each precinct and that the total -
Penfield at Vienna says: morning were very dramatic and CONTINUES WORKOF months in the chaingang. Brockington i availed but little. vote in a number of instances was
"Evidence obtained from the cap- brought tears to the eyes of the principals was allowed to furnish a 90 days''' : The loss of the building is partly I far in excess of the number which
tain and members of the crew of the at one time and laughter at an- MOBILIZING VOLNTEERS stay bond. covered by insurance. I should have been authorized to vote

steamer Petrolite and from an exami- other. SAN ANTONIO, Tex., July 4.-Not I under the law. It is alleged that a is
nation made of the vessel under direction I The case will go to the jury this yet in receipt of orders to relinquishany Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson spent ; Mr. L. A. Davis made a visit to Fer- large number of socialists and republicans -
of the navy department, convinces afternoon. The principals in the case part of his command, General I im- one day this week in Jacksonville i nandina last week. took part in the election in those
this government that the Aus- are all prominent people of this city. ston continued today the direction of I ,I counties.

tro-Hungarvm government has obtained I mobilization of national guard-wen: "Mr. Knott only wants tie, votes
an incorrect report of the attack from the Gulf of Mexico to lower Cal- which were cast for him in the primary Fs'' t''
JAL GAS BOYS FRICOURT IS TAKE I 1 BY THE BRITISH
on the steamer. With particular ifornia. The usual routine reports ; election. These he proposes to
reference to the explanation made by from General Pershing and from com- I see are properly accl"" ted h him; ,
the foreign office, the following information manding officers along the 1,800 milesof and he believes that when the se votes
raOUSANDSQFIE UTOfiS CAPTUREDTELEGRAPH'S I I
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briefly stated, has been obtained LOSE FAST Gi4f,1EI, bonier line continued to arrive and i are given him, as entitled, he will eas-
from sworn statements of the I I from the desk of the chief of staff I II I t ily be the nominee for the party by
captain and members of the crew: I I went forth the customary batch of or- several hundred votes to spare," paid
Xo Warning Given TO THE TIGERSHOME I ders. Early I morning information I'I ADDITIONAL SUCCESSES HONOR ROLL Mr. Adams.

"No :,hut was fired across:; the bow reaching General Fun=ton indicated I
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MADE BY THE RUSSIANS
f of the steamer as a signal to stop. I another night of quiet at all points. II Names of Those Who Paid Up I FREEMAN PROMOTED
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3: When the first shot was fired the captain TEAM WON SIGNAL II'I Army ollicers were frank in th" expression I .
I Sh'add"oncl..' in Both the Subscription During June.
I I:; was under the impression that an FOURTHScore of their skt'ptici"m'concern- I Report i i Will Have Charge of Science Courses
had taken in the en- VICTORY ON THE I Ii French and British Statements
.' explosion place ing the reports that the administrationis I in HilNb >roujh; High School.! E
'. gii.e room. Not until the second shot I i; planning an early withdrawal of I German War Office Admit "Some W. F. Harnage, J. B. Davis, V. E.
and Stood 11 to1 in Favor of Home Sapp, L. G. Ware, S. T. Thomas, W I
.: was f.ml did the captain crew General; Pcrshing's troops. In view Points" Have Been Occupied-Aerial The Tampa Tribune of Tuesday, in
;, sight; the submaiinehich was astern Tt'am-\ "itor!> Pleased With of the declaration of General Funston I W. Ward, Is-ham Wilson, Prof. L. A. I an account of the appointment of the
: * Forces Active. Davis, G. W. Andrews, J. C. Alvarez
of the steamer Treatment Received.On that his chief object in recommendingthe i I teachers for the Hillsborouj-h county
did not swing around S. J. Johnson, Thomas Murphy, A. A.Hazen .
"The steamer division; of authority along the I schools, makes it known that Prof.
in a course directed toward the submarine border! was to enable three high ranking I LONDON, July 4.-Tht' Anglo- P. J. Floyd, :\lrs.Iaud i II. E. Freeman has been appointed to
;\ as alleged in the report obtained the glorious Fourth, before one officers to organize tactical units, French offensive in France continued Graves, Lawtey State Bank, W. T.1 take charge of the science courses at
,' of the largest crowds ever assembled with unabated Dryden, Mrs. S. Sjdboten, Alvin Leon-
by the Austro-Hungarian government surround themselves with competent last night and today the Hillsborough High School of Tam-
tr! but the captain at once stopped at Duncan Park, the valiant Starke staffs and othe\\i.;;e prepare for possible : intensity. Fricourt, an important city ard, Lucian Wainright, J. J. Bielling, succeeding Prof. Witzel, resigned.
: the engines and swung the vessel Tigers; walked off with the biggestball general operations in Mexico, they I three miles eat of Alht'rt" has fallento Dchlia Keller, John P. Sapp, J. C. pa Prof. Freeman a Starke boy, son

'E broadside, to the submarine and at game of the season, defeating the regard the acceptance of the suggestion the British aims, while the French Barry, L. L. Witt, Ed Burnsed, Mrs.T. : of Dr. and Mrs.: A. II. Freeman, graduated -
'' right angles to the course of the vessel Jacksonville Gas Company's team, one by the War Department as more have taken Cur lu, to the southeast. D. Clark, J, E. Robinson, L. D. from the University of Florida
1 in order to show its neutral mark- of the best amateur organizations in indicative of preparation for war than The fighting at the south end of the P.t'g'isterIrs, Harry Barney, C. E. I with high honors in 1915. Shortly after -
ings.: * On the steamer was Jacksonville, by the decisive score of of any yielding to demands for with- British lines where it is in contact Muihce, C. A Youngblood, Miriam his graduation he accepted a posi-
j painted its name in letters approxin7ately 11 to 4. With the exception of a light drawal. with the French, i is of the fiercest nature Sapp, Florida Cattle Tick Eradication ion at the Plant City Hif-h School,
six feet long, and the name of shower of rain in the eighth inning, Two more trainloads of Missouriinfantry : tremendous artillery actions preceding Committee, Frank Murphy, M. M. where during the last term he taught

the hailing port, and as has previously afternoon was perfect for the occas- and one of Maine troops passed ;- all the infantry attacks. Crosby, J. E. Clemons, J. F. Canova, sciences and athletics. That his efforts i "
i been made known to the Austro- ion and a crowd of nearly five hundred here today for Laredo. The sec- -Both the French and British war of Mrs. L. A. Reynolds, H. R. Sapp, II. were well directed and perfectlysatisfactory
1 hr.d gathered in the grandstand and A. Conner, J. S. Brown, R. A. Griffis, I
the steamer
llungarian government,
ond battery of New York field artillery fices report a steady advance at cer- to the board of educationof
the side lines when the was A. E. Moitt J. 0. Luke
distance on game S. S. Dowling, ,
,. carried two large flags some arrived on its way to Brownsvilleas tain points between the Somme and Hillsborough county, as well as to
t above the water line which it is posi- called. The young ladies of the town did the first squadron of New York Ancre sectors, where the drive began Mrs. Ellen Padgett, Henry Brown, W. the patrons of the school, is conclusively -

ively stated by the officers and crew were grouped in the grandstand well I'cavalry, also going to Brownsville.EL I Saturday morning, but speak also of A. Bessent, II. N. Abraham, E. M. proved by his new aIpo l\1ment.
armed with cowbells and other instru- Hazen S. M. Churchill W. R. Steck-
:i' were flying before the first shot was the formidable German resistance.The Prof. Freeman is yet a'ery young
fired and were not hoisted after the ments of noise and were very: instru- ert, Rev. II. C. Earl, J. A. Tyler. will
r but hit tact and efficiency
French have taken 6,000 prisoners man,
PASO EXPERIENCES AN
the the
mental in effecting victory of
first shot stated by the submarine ;
f as according to the latest estimates cause him to discharge Irs exacting
i-ommander. day, never once letting up in their AIR OF UNCERTAINTYEL i' while the British though reporting the GOOD; NEWS TO MANY duties to the full satisfaction of all
t "The submarine commander admits concentrated cheering during the nine 'I
concerned. His Starke friends
innings of pl.1Y.Promptl PASO, Tex., July 4".-Uncertain capture of 3,500, later declared that many fare
R that the steamer stopped her engines. The county commissioners met Monday proud of his record and wish him.
low.
i the estimates were too Owingto
denies at 3 o'clock, Umpire Burnsed's ty enveloped the border today alter l
l The captain of the Petrolite and after the day's session ad- unbounded SJccess.PRESBY1ERIAN.
of the
the nature battle it is"not
of had been given thoroughly -
call baU"sounded opportunity
the vessel ever headed toward "play across to at-
tlfit was I jurned until Thursday morning
" the submarine and the xamina- the diamond. Three minutes later, to digest the significance of the latest doubted that the casualties are very tend to unfinished business. Minutesa MANSE FOR

'tion of the steamer made by an Amer- three proud representatives of Jack- de\elopni3nts: in the Mexican sit- high.Germans Continue Their Efforts to board of equalization. The minutes STARKE.The I
I ican naval constructor corroborates sonville had been retired to the bench uation. will be given by the Telegraph next
While the uninterrupted stream of Take Verdun.Notwithstanding members of the Presbyterianchurch
hat.
this statement." and it was the Tiger's turn at
week.
I; The note shot which hit thePetrolite Alderman, the first up, sent a hot one National Guardsmen being rushed to I the heavy attacks have made arrargements to '
I says who them in the the Owing to the fact that the tax collections build a mange on the lots south of the
r a this.Flew to short, who could not handle it, and border points encouraged those against Somme region
prove American Flag Jay was safe at first. Capt. Johns believe a break with the Carranza Germans have not ceased their efforts have been unusually slow, Collector Presbyterian church, facing Cherry.r

:; ... "The captain states,", the note adds' stepped to the plate and laced out a government near, to hold to their the- around Verdun. They have bombarded Dowling is under the necessityof street. TV- contract has: been givento
the submarine appeared to beemaneuvering clean single, advancing Alderman to ory, rumors of the imminent abandon- several of the Verdun sectors and keeping his books open for :yet an J. R. Tison, and the building is to
"that
I to direct her shots second and putting himself on the ment of Gen. J. J. Pershing's punitive have launched infantry attacks againstthe other month. They will be closed on be completed by September first. The
i so as French the last day of July, the tax sale ad- plan cf the house is a nvnlified bung
The sub- initial sack. Chancey followed with a expedition did much to soften their trenches. While Berlin declares
from ahead of the steamer.
;! in the Tele-
twelve beautiful double to center field and assertions.The that the French attacks againstthe vertisement will appear alow, with modern improvements.Cost
marine fired approximately
; graph during August and the sale will
. of the shots Alderman scored. Gus Beasley was latest withdrawal rumor came famous Thiaumont work were re- about $1,500.
. shots. The majority from Columbus and pulsed by curtains of fire the French take place the first. Monday in September. The Presbyterians arc to be con
were fired after the ship had stoppedand next at the bat and his sacrifice fly although uncon- '
had broadside.and while, to right allowed Johns, who had tag- firmed, was given serious considerationas War Office announces that this strat- gratulated on their energy and gen- ,
the swung commander of the subma- ged up at third: to come home. The it is said to have come from the egic position has been recaptured bj As will be seen by notice elsewherethe erosity in arranging to have this com-
as even
their
equalization of taxes by the board fortable and attractive home for .

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1I PAGE TWO __BRADFORD COUNTY_TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA._, _FRIO.JtLy 7, 1910. i



.Fr; GRANDFATHER CLAUSE AMENDMENT DISTRICT-NURSES. CALOMEL SLUGGISH DYNAMITESA LIVER JAX. MAN SAYSTANLACPUTHIM IN NEED OF F.QUIPMENTfi: ...

National Guard of Florida :I
The modern nurse is the missionaryof i is Mo .
the glad tidings of better health Inadequately Supplied. ;)

4 i TOCONSTIUJTIONTOBEVOTEDONtt conditions to the world. Crashes Into Sour Bile, makingYou .Ni.

Several months ago the State Boardof JACKSONVILLE, June : I'::..
Sick and You Losea 2i.-Ge1l.
I Health divided the state into six J. C. R. Foster said this !" '
FEET afternoon :
ft $ THREE AMENDMENTS ed States, whichever is the last taken, general districts and assigned to eacha Day's Work. ON HIS that telegrams from Washington ,. -

in the several counties of the state, nurse, or district superintendentwhose vise that equipment for the ad. "
Second
tr : BE PRESENTED TO and these that shall meet every year business seek -
: primarily was to Calomel salivates! It's mercury. Regiment has been shipped, and that
o. thereafter shall apportion the representative out the tuberculosis patients, each Calomel Known Contractor Says it arrives
acts like dynamite on a sluggish Well as soon as those men .
! Property of Widows to the in the manner in this article within her own district, with the purpose liver. When calomel comes into have had military who, '

,, ;!' $500 Shall be Exempt provided and which apportionmentshall of advising and persuading to contact with sour bile it crashes intoit He Was Flat on Back for will be dispatched to training.Iikell a mol ilization-,' .

\ ; Taxes of Any Kind. be based upon the last census rational treatment of each case, both causing cramping and nausea.If Five Weeks. point on the border, .-.. .
L enumeration taken by the state of for the relief of the patient and for you feel bilious, headachy, con General Foster declared '
? Florida or by the United States, which stipated and all knocked out, just go that the. :
the protection against infection of oth- Hundreds of Jacksonville people, members of thf regiment! who '
Three amendments to the is the last taken next before the to your druggist and get a 50 cent are ea. 1
: ever It but natural that the ad- "
I, ers. was both men and women, are now taking trained will Lt held here J
constitution are to be voted the bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone, whichis until'hel
legislature so apportioning repre- vice of these trained should be
women Tanlac Mr. Cooper's new medicine, are able to reach the
:
general election in November a harmless vegetable substitute for classification of
I. sentation shall !
: One relates to finance and convene. sought for on almost every ailment dangerous calomel. Take a spoonfuland with the most astonishing and gratifying semi-trained soldiers, and that !
Section of article 7 of the consti- as
and provides for the that flesh is heir to. Mothers asked if it doesn't start your liver and results, and numbers have call- quickly as possible after that\ time t
I I taxation of to the : tution is hereby amended so as to readas help for their sick babies and men for straighten you up better and quicker ed in the past few days to tell what they: will be called into service. irt'M

propeity ] follows: their sick cows, and trouble beside! than nasty calomel and without mak- it has done for them. Among the days, it is belie veil, should suffice
$500 to widow who has fcrii'! '
: I every a When any new county is created by those of the her ing sick just back and get
body were brought to you you go
Mr. Thomas Kicklighter such
whk-h
number was training, will be \
to support, and to every bona the legislature it shall be entitled to adminil.. I
your money.
for solution.
the well known and popular contractor tered in an intensive 'J
.ident who has lost limb manner.
a or one senator and one member of the Within the next month, twelve white I If you take calomel today you'll be
abled in war or by misfortune. house of representatives, until the I sick and nauseated tomorrow; besidesit who lives in Panama Park, Jacksonville Minus uniforms, rifles, aid other4j

.. One relates to census and next enumeration provided for in sec- nurses will the be on duty in various may salivate you, while if you take R. F. D. Xo. 2, Box 175. equipment, a large portion of the ma 4
of state and colored
parts one Dodson's Liver Tone will wake "Yes, I can actually eat cabbage and encamped at Blac ; Point
. ment, and provides for tion 5 of this article, that shall be you up aie wholly -
.. membership of the Florida taken after the creation of said new I woman will be ready for assignment feeling great, full of ambition and I bacon for the first time in years; it's unprepared to go into service. Tht
to wherever her services be
duty may ready for work play. It's harmless Tanlac has
giving a state senator to each or just wonderful the way rookies present a sight bordering '
until the next on
instead of by districts as at eration county, or shall be taken by census the United enum- most needed from time to time. The pleasant and safe to give to children; helped me," said :Mr.: Kicklighter, in the pathetic. Tho-e! above the peace
experiences of the past year or more they like it. ((13-4&)
his statement to the Tanlac the Uvelve
interesting of
. strength
and increasing that body from companies fo
States of America after the creationof
, have demonstrated the usefulness and
two to fifty-two members, I' the said new county, when it shall the heretofore PAY OF SOLDIERS. representative."I camp are without military mipment
unappreciated necessityof
additional member for each new be entitled to one member of the houseof this form of public service and was flat on my back for five long They are drilled :jn civilan's clothe I
ty created. It would also t weeks, suffering with fever and in a and are without rifles. With
1,400
representatives for every ten thou the wisdom! of extending it as rapidlyand Brigadier general, $16.67 a day.
membership of the house of general run down condition," continued men encamped, "ith equipment
sand of population or major fraction for :
as widely as women fitted for the Colonel, $11.11 a day.
tatives, giving each county one thereof, the same as other counties. Mr. Kicklighter, "and this long only a small portit-n of them about a
the .
work be found and "
can means provided Lieutenant colonel
_ ber for each ten thousand of Grandfather Clause $9.72 a day. spell left me very weak and with a hundred recruits -ire being received
for their maintenance has been -
! tion or major fraction, prov I Majors, $8.33 a day. very bad stomach. :My: appetite was daily.
Amendment to section 1 of article recognized.But .
I no county shall have less Captains, $6.67 a day. poor, and the little I ate did me more The fault, however, does not lie
6 to and
relating suffrage eligibility no longer is the handling of tubercular -
member nor any county more follows First lieutenant, $5.56 a day. harm than good. I was barely able to with the commanding officers, the men
: patients to be their sole wo
r three members.The Second lieutenant, $4.72 a day. drag myself about, and about gave up nor with the stat With the proper '.
of the
Section male
1-Every person to the exclusion of adyice and work in
third amendment relates Privates, 50 cents a day. all hope of ever getting my strengthback equipment on haH work can go on i
age of twenty-one years and upward other sections. Indeed, so broad is the
. frage and eligibility, and I who is a citizen of the United States cope of their mission that at first Privates in hospital corps, 53 centsa again as I am eighty-eight years! rapidly and the un'.rained men are expected .
it educational, property and I lay. old and am getting up in years. I to round rapidly into shape for'
the time he applies to register shall thought it seems to make them confi- I
h';I father clauses. be deemed a qualified elector at all dential advisors to the people on every first class privates in engineers or tried Beef Wine and Iron and many military duties once they arc supplied

Full text of the three under the constitution pf the subject, excepting those of poli- signal corps, 60 cents a day. other tonics, but nothing did me any with rifles and n--cessary tccoontre-

1 .. follows: of Florida, provided that he pos tics and religion. Corporals of infantry, 70 cents a.. good, and I just kept going down hill ments.

i .. Finance and Taxation day. all the time. Several days, aL'least, are expected
the following qualifications; That this work is important, even
Amend section 9 of article 9 He shall have resided and had his vital to the best interests of the people -. Corporals of engineers, signal or "I didn't think I would aver be ableto now to elapse before movirg orders;

1.1' as follows: home and place of abode of Florida, appears to have been hospital corps, 80 cents a day. work again, but since taking TanlacI come for the regiment. Sueh order *

,: i Section 9-There shall be the state of Florida for one year, proven in the past months of effort Sergeants of infantry, $1 a day. have changed my mind. I am a reader are not expected until equij ment ITX

.' from taxation property to the the county wherein he applies to that have been more than experimental. Sergeant of engineers, signal or .I of the Atlanta Constitution and had rives, and that is an unknown eqna-/,

. .t : $500 to every widow that has a I for six months previous there- It is in line with work that has hospital corps, $1.20 a day. seen a lot about Tanlac, but I had no tion which the ollcers, have to deal J

dependent upon her for support I been undertaken in several progressive Battalion sergeant, majors of field idea I would take it, for I had about with. I

- i to every person who is a I I He must be able to read, write and northern states and in Florida artillery, chief trumpeters and principal lost faith in medicines. But, after I In the meantime the men are working $5

I 1 resident of the state and has I any section of the constitu particularly two objects stand out musicians, 1.33 a day. had heard that it was helping so many.I conscientiously trying to break |

I limb or been disabled in war I of the state of Florida at the among others in which it will be ef Quartermaster sergeant, first class people right here in Jacksonville, I themselves into the military grind |

: misfortune. he applies to register and vote. fective. sergeants, sergeant majors of signal got a bottle andJ)egan taking it. I noticed with what little equipment they have,' $

: S i ; Legislative Apportionment. He must own in his own right prop The State Board of Health for corps and first class musicians, $1.50a a wonderful improvement before in hope of soon being ordered into active !;

\ I I i Amend sections 2, 3 and 4 of to the value of not less than five years has conducted a campaign of day. the bottle was finished, and realized service. f'

: 7 as follows: I dollars, which fact shall be education through its own publications First class sergeants of hospital that my old time strength was fast .

I I : ._ : Section 2 of Article 7 is only by the assessment 'I on various subjects of health. corps and sergeants of field musicians1.67 returning. It gave me all appetiteand SELECT SEED CORN IN THE '

; amended to read as follows: of the county at the time he and sanitation and through the liber- a day. I got so I could eat anything I FIELD. >'

;II' The legislature that shall to register and vote. ality of the state press, which has First class sergeants of engineerscorps wanted and everything agreed with

1: : in the year 1919 and thereafter He must not have been convicted, giv n freely of its space. It is admitted $2.17 a day. me perfectly and strengthened me. I A pedigree for' an ear cf corn is 1

i t; consist of one member of the I to the time he applies to that such education must Le Master\ electricians, quartermasterof began to gain flesh and took a new just as important as a pedigree for :

;: from each county in the state or vote, of larceny, robbery, more effective when it is brought by coast artillery, master signal elec- lease on life. I now sleep fine and an animal. Perhaps it is more im-

one member of the house of I or bribery in any of the courts a person of intelligence, of sympathy trician and chief musician, $2.50 a get up every morning feeling refresh portant for the corn, because the animal 1

tatives from each county in the any state of the United States, or and ability to comprehend quickly the day. ed. itself is some indication of the -|

j for ever ythousand of population I II I so convicted, he must have been re conditions in individual cases. "My neighbors are talking about the offspring it will produce. Bit the ear j

I in, or the major fraction thereof I to the rights of citizenship. Another splendid advantage of this OVER ONE THOUSAND CARS OF wonderful change in my conditionsome of corn is full of surprises.Big :i

f I there may be a major fraction Provided, however, that no person method of personal work is the opportunity VEGETABLES IN ONE WEEK. say I even look better than I ears are desirable if they were ,

. -. t over after dividing the whole lineal descendant of any person who it affords to observe local did before I was taken down with fever produced under conditions similar to vj

1 ber of population of the county on January 1st, 1867, or prior conditions and with this knowledge to JACKSONVILLE.-Good prices in and think it is remarkable for a which their offspring will be subject-:...|

number ten thousand; provided c"I entitled to vote under the con- advise and direct toward better sanitary northern markets are causing heavy man of my advanced years to get wellso ed. If they are grown under favor- -,

t I each county shall have at least and laws of any of the states surroundings. It is in emphasizing shipments of mixed vegetables to go quickly. I feel so well that I am able conditions they should be avoid-.,_

representative, and that no territories, or entitled to vote un the greatest advance has been accomplished forward to eastern and northern mar- going on a visit to my son in Raiford ed. Now if the farmer waits until j

shall have more than three any form of government or any for many years in medical kets within the past few weeks, reports where he has a big strawberry farm.I next spring to select his corn he e&t.,,

tatives in the house of citizen or his descendants and sanitary science, that it is wiser, showing that no less than 117": certainly am going to take my Tan select only for size and apparent con-1

The members of the house of be denied the right to register better and more economical to prevent cars of truck passed through Jack- lac along with me, for I am going to dition of the grain. Most of the earI:"-

sentatives shall be elected for a vote because he shall not be able disease than to let it alone and fight I sonville'during the past week. This keep right up with the treatment. I selected from the crib are big an4l

I I of two years, and the members of I read, write and interpret any sec it afterward. movement was made up as follows: haven't weighed since my recovery, were produced under favorable condij

I. efnate shall be elected for a n of the constitution of the state of Women, with their larger sympa- Beans and mixed, 105 cars; tomatoes, but from what people tell me and from tions. Such ears probably were gram. j|

,: i four years, except as hereinafter as above provided, or because thies, their quicker ability to understand 78 cars; celery, 1 car; pineapples, 137 the way I feel I know I have gained on stalks that received an abundant ||

vided. The election for shall not own property of the value social and economic conditionsin cars; melons, 833 cars; cantaloupes, substantially in weight. After my visit of food, plenty of moisture and sun- Jfc

each branch shall be at the same specified; naturalized citizens individual cases, their more responsive 23 cars. to Raiford I am going back to my light. \;

and place. The term of office of the United States, however, at the' resourcefulness as compared with The past week has been very activein work as a contractor. C. K. McQuarrie, state agent for tiR

ators elected in 1916 shall they apply, and before they shall I men, can accomplish greater resultsin the shipping of pineapples from I "Another thing which I almost for. University of Florida Extension DmV: Jf j

i the first Monday in April, 1919. admitted to register, shall present working where personal contact the east coast section, around ten carsa got to mention-until recentlymywife ion, recommends that every farmery.<

.r turn of office of senators the registration officer certificate and acquaintance must give them a day being the average. Good prices was in such a rundown condition know the parentage of every ear from*;,

.: ;. 1918 from the following counties his nautralization or a duly authen I working leverage. This larger undertaking prevail. that she could hardly look after the which he plants. The only way 0./,_.

wit: Escambia, Gadsden, copy thereto. I under the direction of the State This week commences the trainload housework. After she saw what Tan know the parents is to go into thfr.

Leon, Madison, Lafayette, Taylor, Board, means a brighter prospect than shipping of melons from Suwannee lac had done for me she began taking field and select the seed while th*;| '

: f lumbia, Nassau, Duval, Marion, SUB-IRRIGATION SYSTEM ever before in a practical way to county, a movement of thirteen cars it, and has gained strength and feels stalks are still growing and when the.it

ter, Jefferson, Lee, Monroe, spread the Gospel of Good Health to going forward today for distributionto better in every way. She, like myself conditions under which the ears vert f

f .Volusia, Hamilton, Alachua, i Under the above caption, the Florida all the people of Florida. the different marketi. is very enthusiastic over Tan produced can be determined. ._ ,J::
; !J of June 22nd / JOSEPH. Y. PORTER Ten solid cars of peppers were shipped No ear a stalk wnica ....
f t! Liberty, I f\*> Beatf: j' shall published 'I lac."I grown upon -
?ire ::. tie first Monday 'April ; I interesting and instructive edi State Health Officer. from Alachua county and the'gro..ers am certainly glad that you have enjoys advantages of rich soil, plenty 4
the of automatic are realizing as much as put Tanlac on sale in Jacksonville. It of room and moisture should be select- :.
all other senators to be elected in on discovery
I their term of office by B. Z. Matthews, of Rai- WHAT THEY EAT. $1.45 per crate for them. certainly has put me on my feet and ed. Its offspring will not enjoy W&"Jf
1918
year Six cars of sweet corn shipped last' there is no doubt about it." advantages. A big ear does not indicate .
expire on the first Monday in We beg to correct the Times- (
week to New York and Boston were Tanlac is sold in much but big ear produced
exsluslvely a
I Starke ,
All members of the house of ion on one point: "The farmer The state troops will be fed according !
the by C. P. Cason other
,
among contribution of Florid ; in Lake Butler by on stalk in competition with
sentatives in the general election be careful to have the piece of to the allowance provided for the I Tomlmson-Maines a .
:iI I truckers in and around Starke. T1 "sis Drug Co.; in Hampton stalks is good ear for seed. ;;
shall in the well no longer than will soldiers of the by the a
United
1918, their term of office regular States ,_ Hampton Pharmacy; in pOd'
quite in the
an industry Bradford to :
coty. Attention should be paid
on the first Monday in April, I the upper end to be two or three army. Col. S. 0. Tripp cites tha average Lawtey by the Cash Drug Store; in
All members of the house of I below the surface of the ground, daily food each soldier will receive and Raiford by the Weaver Drug Co.; sition of the stalk, the stalk, ]leavu--shuck-tj
in
Worthington by R. T. Taylor. position of ear on stalk, ear, jM
4 sentatveS elected at the general of the way of the plow. : C. A. Smith, Sampson, Fla-Adv. and shank. Ears that are selected <*-
: tion in 1918, their term of office pipe is mentioned in connection Fourteen uonces of fish. further election :
I Good Looks should be marked so that .
I expire on the first Monday in this system in any article ap Eighteen ounces of salt beef. are Easywith PREPARE FOR FALL TRUCK be made when they have 1-

r I 1921, and there after the term of in the Tribune, except a small Sixteen ounces of fresh beef. CROPS. beln matured.can ,.'" .

f L of all members of the house of to be used as a handle to the au One egg. ... ----r. ,.
:: resentatives shall commence on when boring through the clay. A One ounce of coffee. available. Celery, lettuce and other

t .; first Tuesday after the first ) in the hole is not only unneces! lOne ounce of rice. MagnoliaBalm. Fertilizers probably will remain truck crops also respond to rotted sta5 .

i;: in April next succeeding the but would be a detriment, as the One ounce of potatoes. I t high throughout the summer and fall. ble manure. .\.

(: At the general election in 1920 of the wells depend on the ca- Two ounces of beans and butter. ; I especially Since a large Irish acreage of vegetables, Manure is not so rich in plant foodS : .

[ th after, all senators to be attraction of the particles of Three ounces of sugar. the potatoes, is promised, according to its bulk as commercial 6:

,'t shall be elected for a term of to raise the moisture to the sur- Fourteen ouncas of cornmeal. Look; supply will be relatively shorter fertilizers and consequently marJ or A
as good as your city cousins. No I I than it has been '
t years, the term to begin on the and a pipe would preclude this Bread. matter if you do Tan or Freckle Magnolia during the last sea it should be applied. Mr. Spencer j,-
:1 Tuesday after the first Monday if it extended above the water! Balm will surely clear your skin inftantly. son. Farmers should prepare to meet recommends from six to ten tons tGjthe

i April of the following year, !! which might be ten feet below I SHOULD SLOAN'S LINIMENT GO Heala Sunburn, too. just put a little on the shortage. Truck growers who The'amount necessary ww::
your face and rub it off again before dry. have manure acre.
.. i that when a new county is I! surface of the ground. The hole I I ALONG? Simple and sure to please. Try a bottle not feel the or who can obtain it will depend on the C'inditiolof the manor .$

t 1 I the legislature shall at that time the clay will stand indefinite- 10f course it should! For after a to-day and begin the improvement at those shortage so keenly as and the protection it had. Exposure -'i'

:I the length of the term of the !! l without the help of a pipe and the 1 I strenuous day when your muscles have once. White Pink and Rose-Red Colon. who must depend on commercial to rain and sun will make it less,val (>J

/i senator to be elected therefrom at j of this expense is one of the.'been exercised to the limit an application 75 cants at DniggiAs or by mail dire<3. fertilizers. uable. From 50 to 60 per cent of the?<
or four years with the end in view \"e features of the system.t of Sloan's Linament will take SAMPLE FREE.LYON Manure will supply nitrogen and fertilizing materials will escape in a ;
: keeping the number of old I Tribune. I( the soreness and stiffness away and limited amounts of other plant foods. it should be r
. II in fine for MFG.CO..40 So.5th Brooklyn.N.Y. It short time. Consequently :
: I in a balance with the number of I j get you shape the morrow. will also supply organic matter :
l I) You should use it for a sudden attack which truck protected. ,
; t new. ENDORSE crops need. However, it \
of toothache, stiff neck backache '
is
t Section 3 of article 7 of the HUGHES AT CONVENTION I stings, bites and the many accidents The Strong Withstand the flea. to not land advisable to apply .w manure LOOK GOOD-FEEL GOOD :

, tution is hereby Amended so as that are incidental to a vacation. "We Summer Better Than the Weak A. immediately before truck crops No Cither feel good or look ;
P. one can
read as follows: .-The national commit would as soon leave our baggage as Old people who are feeble,and yc Spencer, district agent for the from constipa: j
the a vacation or out withoutSloan's people who arewtak.will be strengt: University of Florida Extension Di. good while suffering
of on
The regular session of the Progressive' party endorsed go camp dray. ;
Linament." and enabled to go through the de: vision, recommends that tion. Get ri.f: of that tired
Writes
I ture that shall meet in 1917 shall' E. Hughes for president and one va ing heat of summer by taking stable ma- of DR :
repc! be treatment
! portion the representation in the party born four years ago practic. cationist: "We use it for everythingfrom Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It p nue well rotted before it is usedon lifeless feeling by a box.i: jl
cramps to toothache." Pat a and enriches such crops. I.ife Pills. Buy a
/: of representatives, as in the went out of existence as a na- the blood and buL King's New .
I
bottle in bag be and the whole
your prepared system. 50c. Those pills W&-
who two
I to take one or
: provided, which apportionment political organization. The vote have expect use it on Irish today,
no regrets. 2 feel'irig
.. r be based upon the last census 32 to 6 with nine members de potatoes should let if rot at least six In the morning that stuffed, dull ;
You all the
the state of Florida by the to get important hat weeks before planting time. and feel better at .
by or vote. I Rerid the Telegraph-$1.50 year ; state, county news in the Telej. give the This will is gone you 2 I
plant foods
time to become once. 25c. at;; your druggist. ?

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FLAY, JULY 7, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA. P4CE THREE
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11." .110' Told by Our Exchanges. Agency Will Be Established as rf delight, iecatrse .
11 .iI"
, :..: Result of Southern Railway
-its flavor is to different J nd so
d : DAYTO .-The county division council have accepted a bid of $51,110: Meeting.Details delightfully good; '
question is coming to the fore in V< and accrued interest for a $50,000 i issue i.

::1 I. lusia county, Daytona being mention. of street improvement bonds from of a new plan for aiding i in -it can't bite your tongue?.? ',

0p.. 1 ed as the probable county seat of the the United States Trust and SangsBank ,the agricultural upbuilding of the i -it can't parch your throat; ;
n:'.., proposed new county.JACKSONVILLE.They've. of Jacksonville. Contract for 1
.-"1ej South through a special organizath -you can smoke it as long and
!( the construction of the streets was let '
of farm products and mart hard
agents
'Ii ( as as you like without I
any
by the council to William P. :\lcDon-
went : who will their '
agents give entire time comeback but real
tobacco
I: shoved Pleas. Holt out of the aid Construction Company of 1.10untVernon I happiness .
C and to assisting farmers and producers i i in .
; 1'I presid'-ncy of Jacksonville's city count N. Y. The contract calls for< finding markets for their products' ,,, .

. -ti; eil. Things are just getting awful in about 40,000 square yards of asphalt were worked out at a meeting in Atlanta \ s On the reverse side of every Prince
!I for the old that has concrete pavement and 27,000 lineal Albert .
( Jacksonville gang Friday by the freight traffic officers package you will read: .
ruled its mufortures so long. feet of curb and gutter. The work i is and heads of the agricultural; tti7Co' "PROCESS PATENTED .

: 't, to be completed by December 1. department of Southern Railway Company JULY 30TH.1907"

GAINESVILLE.Nathan Richard. and affiliated lines.A That means to you a lot of tobacco en.

.. son, & negro arrested by Policeman MARIAN'NA-The recent fine rail farm products agency is to be joyment. Prince Albert has always been
Waites and incarcerated in the city; have been very favorable to a rapid substituted for the market agency at sold without coupons or premiu .}1.'J. We

: t jail to await trial on a charge of selling growth of the weed, but the presence Atlanta with Roland Turner, now agricultural prefer to give: quality I .

li-juor; burned his way to freedom of the boll weevil is every day more agent at Birmingham, as '

' during the night and the fire caused evident, only the earlier squares are chief farm products agent. The present : ,j
considerable damage to the jail. maturing, all later ones being punctured agricultural field agents, ten i in MI ALBERT
and falling off. This applies 1 to number will OprHrtl lilt
be appointed farm products by R.J... Kernotd* ;
TA IPA.-A moving picture film the "red lands" in the northern part agents, reporting to Mr. Turner. to) eo Co.
which of the county. In the middle and the This new department will work in cooperation -
company, was recently organized the national smoke "
in this city and after selling sev southern portion in the pine lands the with the market agencies at joy I,

eral hundred thousand dollars worth! weevil has not appeared to any great Washington, Cincinnati and St. Louis, YOU'LL: find a cheery howdy-do on
extent and where good attention i is Information to markets including much of a stranger you are
The as neck of the wood
into
of stock, suddenly collapsed. pro. in you drop For.
being given the crop bids fair to Le quantities, varieties, grades and pack goodness and Albert 13 nfht there-at the first place
motels evidently, worked a flimflamg'am pats that sale tobacco I The
on the unsuspecting public. almost normal. desired for different markets and alto in pipe satisfactionis bag tin tells fora for dmethenthere'a nickel and the* the, ;
freight rates and facilities will be tome pound and timal'I I ,
all we or its enthusiastic humidors and the
BOWLING GREEX.-This place is DUNEDIN.Attempts of women toI compiled and promulgated to producers eryst. -// '' ;
I through the farm products agency; friends ever claimed I .portl ,, i
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caused
save shade trees at this place
doing: better with the melon crop this: that keep. !
Season than ever in its history. Last a rumpus when city officials began to or direct, as circumstances may require for it bacco banf'tip in p i
and especial attention is to Lc 1
the brought twenty-five remove the trees. The women had .11 ( ,
year crop ;
small to
to
given aiding producers
thousand dollars, but this year, \\'ithle made an attempt to have a number of consolidate their products and market It answers every smoke desire you (. ""IHyinBflf lfllff** i

s acreage and much less fertilizer! beautiful oaks preserved, but the city cooperatively.The or any other man ever had It is so i .l ? PROCESS i ENTED HrIVLY
there have alreday been received thirty wanted them removed to make way ,
which has been
thousand dollars for the melon:! for street improvements. Recently the made by reorganization President Fairfax Harrison cool and fragrant and appealing to your .R

here. The crop is estimated to bring city marshal, acting on orders from that will iw'I'ORSut" ) C
with the view of strengthening the smokeappetite you get chummy with
thirty-five thousand dollars by the the city council, began cutting dow ES atej El ta'hs E
'" time the crop is harvested.. the trees. Women gathered around to agricultural service of the Southern it in a mighty short time I YYiji''iiii' | ((3
and associated companies, will become
stop the work and thereby started the e
f effective on July first, last. In con-
QUINCY.A colored woman and< trouble, which is said to have caused nection with the change, announce- Will you invest 5c or lOc to prove out our say. T"a U>. r fn '.ld* el tUPrinc
1.' much excitement. The work, it is un *Albert tidrrwi tU. Real
t her little family, consisting of twelve derstood for the time abandoned ment is made that T. 0. Plunkett will so on the national joy smoke "Pttalcd fYvcw'BMMf*.
was
! children, the oldest of which is ten continue as farm demonstration agent to-roa ud ratline what II ..*.*
years old, and the youngest only a with headquarters at Atlanta, for in making fiimca AJScrt M mttk
k.. few months attracted much attention MIAMI.\ Fred Roberts, better emergency work all over the system, R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Wiusson-Sa1ea, N. Q boear tiklMa .

in the court house here recently. The known as Pete, the Dann street flycatcher ; especially in localities where his advice -
i 30 of has is doing quite a service for -.. t
woman is only years age may be needed to aid the far
. given birth to twins four successive< the people of this city and incidentally; mers in combatting the cotton boll

,. times and four single shots. There is; earning a nice little sum of pocket weevil. Agricultural agent W. M. Federal Inquiry orRailroad

.. no telling how many more the future money for himself When the board Brown at Atlanta, G. W. Humphrey, ;
bring forth. of health offered special prizes for St
may at Birmingham, Carlton Ball, at I
! ..a.. dead flies Fred started il'the fly
rI 4 ; Louis, and Agricultural Field Agent J

OCALA.-Out'of a total acreage ot: ; catching business, secured! a number G. Shand, who will be appointed assistant Strike ?

nearly 200,000 planted in the luscious: ; of traps and got busy. Already h industrial and immigration .

watermelon, Florida stands second has just taken one gallon of dead flies agent at Mobile, in addition to their i

among states, according to the department to the board of health offices, bottlingthe present duties, will also aid in the location -
of agriculture reports, there flies up in quart bottles. Frei of farm settlers along the lines; Faced by demand from the conductors, engineers, firemen and brakementhat

being an increase of about 5,000 acres gets 25 cents a pint for the flies, and of the companies. The market agents; would impose on the country an additional burden in transportation costs of

3 planted in this fruit this season over at the same time will probably win and farm products agents will workin $100,000,000 a year, the railroads propose that this wage problem i' settled by .4
last. Georgia heads the list with 27- the first prize of $10 for bringing ii close co-operation with the bureau reference Federal tribunal.
to an impartial
533 acres and Florida comes next witha the most flies before July 1. in the United States Department ol '
total acreage of 20G.6. I IIELBOURXE. .. >r.... markets and rural organizations in With these employes, whose efficient service is acknowledged, the railroads 1
ol have no'differences that could not be considered fairly and decided justly by sucha
the States Department
officers in this United
lI.UlI-The traffic
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) .- Ernest Kouwer city are evidently alert. A few days: Agriculture and with the state agri- I r public body. ,. 'e :
r.A 6
Iloven who to this place several the summoned to cultural authorities. .h
came ago mayor was appear
month* ago with a view of developinga I for failure to haw the lights 01in Railroads Urge Public Inquiry and ArbitratiqnLI is .

sea side resort at some point in lower : automobile in illuminating condi First class goods at cut prices '
The formal proposal of the railroads to the employes for the settlement: of
Bro'ward county, has secured a large lion. The following from the Metroplis Sternberg's.CONCILIATORY :
tract of land comprising son;e five or I indicates that another official has the controversy is as follows: ..i

six hundred acres on the peninsula I come under the observance of the officer NOTE SENT U. "Our conferences hive demonstrated that we cannot harmonize our difference of opinion and that eventually the
directly opposite Malabar and has : "J. L. Billingsley, judge of the< S.; IX KLTLY C.UR.XZ.XOTE matter in controversy must be passed upon by other and disinterested agenciei. Therefore, we prol'oti.that jour
plans for developing one of the largest -I I criminal court of record, was arrested proposal and he proposition of the railways be disposed of by one or the other of the following methc:

::: and most beautiful beach l> resorts by the police for failing to display (Continued From Page 1.) 1. Preferably by submission to the Interstate Commerce Commission, the only tribunal which, by iea!on of its
accumulated information bearing on railway condition and its control of the revenue of the railways, u in i position
en the East Coast. I his license on the rear of his car. The< expedition itelf. According to the to consider and protect the rights and equities of all the interest affected, and to provide additional:: revenue
Judge had the license: under the seat,, Columbus report General Pershinp'f necessary: to meet the added cost of operation in case your proposals are found by the Commission to l<: just and .
the Interstate Commerce Commission cannot, under existing laws, act in tI! e premises,
jut was told by the policeman that reasonable; or, in the event
The
STUART.- pineapple industryin Forces will be withdrawn as soon as
consider and ;
be enable the ComrrUsiou to
that we jointly request Congress to take such action as may necessary to
Stuart i is I beginning to take on large the ordinance states that it should he the disposition! of the National Curds- promptly dispose of the questions involved; or : 4

proportions' approximately 50 cars displayed on the rear of the car. The men along the line is completed.To 2. by arbitration in accordance with the provisions of the Federal law" (The Newlandi Act)
having been shipped from this town I Judge left a deposit of $3: for his l appearance offset these rumors, interventionists .

fince the season opened, besides sev- in court." purported to see in the division Leaders Refuse Offer and Take Strike Vote

I tral hundred crates daily by. express of border authority among Generals
'J' Leaders of the train service brotherhoods at the joint conference held in New t!
The growers tell us that prices are as RODMAN.: -For more than a wool Funston, Pershing and Bell and the ,
, good as can be expected and all indication -I he lady postmistress at this place possibility that a commanding officer York, June 1-15, refused the offer of the railroads to submit the issue to arbitration j jor

,, ; point to the biggest season had been missing valuable mnil. The would be named to direct operations Federal review: and the employes are now voting on the question whether s
I i
experienced in many years from this nly way in which she could account (!oth on the order and in Mexico an authority shall be given these: leaders: to declare a nation-wide strike.

i ri section.ST. for the loss was through robbery bj indication that the government had The Interstate Commerce Commission is proposed: by the railroads as the
, some sneak thief. The mail had beer 10 intention of abandoning the Per-
i, which this issue ought to be referred for these reasons:
; PETERSBURG 0. Clark, 00 I aken from a box. She thought long hing expedition.In : public body to .

;. years old, who, until about two months I I and hard, and then hatched a plan to this connection it was pointed out No other, body with such an intimate know*edge plo)'es as wages: ; and the money to pay increased wage
( ago, when he came to this city, had resided atch the robber. She inserted a steel! at departmental headquarters that it. of railroad conditions has such an unquestioned position can come from no other source than 1)15) rates paid

Ii about eight miles from P.raden- spring: trap in the box and covered it would be impossible for General Perching in the public confidence by the public. _
i further north without The rates the railroads may charge the public for The Interstate Commerce Commission,with its con
few to move
for the 30 days
town a handkerchief. Same
past years with her day a
'
tran'porutlon are now largely fixed by this Govern trol over rates, is in a position to malt! a complete
ago had his first street car ride. The i oung boy of 15 years, who "got to abandoning his water supply unless ment board. investigation and render such decision ft would pro
thing that interested him most was 'eelin' around in the box," suddenly he came to the border. Out of every dollar received by the railroads from sect the interests of the railroad empl,,)C:., the owners
i: how the motorman knew where tostop felt something; the trap had clamped No Fear of Attack Now the public nearly one-half n paid directly to the em- of the railroads and the public.

the car. Before he came to Florida lown over his thumb. He tried to With regard to El Paso, anticipationof
i.I i. Mr. Clark resided in New Jersey'\ draw] out his arm, but he couldn't dot troulle here from across the river A Question For the.Public to Decide

it.I I and has relatives residing in that ; there wasn't room to pull the trar began to 1 lessen,; with the first National The: railroads feel that they have no right to grant a wage preferment: of

,I. state. I' hrough; and-well, he just let out a Guard arrivals and disappeared entirely $100,000,000 a year to these: : employes: now highly paid and constituting only

) idler, "Ough! Yeough! Help! Help!" with the announcement that a brigade one-fifth of all the: employes, without a clear mandate from a public 'tribunal that
.: KISSIMMEE.-Stock raisers have Help came-and then the boy !began to of field artillery will be formed
'" shall determine the merits of the case after a review of all the facts. I
icre. Across the Rio Grande in Juarez : :
''Jth in
certainly got a move on themselves realize of a certainty that "the way
!'I Osceola county and they seem deter- I of the transgressor is hard." everything is reported quiet with The single issue before the country is whether this controversy is to It' settled by animpartial

mined to eradicate the tick in a hur I :Mexican officials hopeful that the first Government inquiry or by industrial "warfare. :
i chief will find to placate the
a way
i'p i ry. A new at dipping the Shaker vat has Colony been constructed and I BARTOW.-Lakes, creeks, rivers United States. National Conference Committee of the Railways ;

4 and in the Peace Creek drainage the
swamps Interest was manifested in statement -
John LEE ChairmanP.
will be ready for business soon. ELISHA
district, Polk county, won't know last .._. N. MAI1F8.:. rtti-Frnlint.
the given out in Chihuahua City R.ALRRIGHT.C.aIShut.,. G. H. EMERSON G *'l!tI. ; .
Padgett has also ordered construc- Norfolk& tVtutra Railway.JAMtb '
Great Norther Railway.
which to turn when the Elliott & commander Atlantic Com Li c Rtilroid.
way General Trevino .
tion of a new vat for his stock.; These night by L W.BALDWIt.C.'iilu.t.r: C. H. \\ING.Cn'l Nattier. RUSSELL.G.uIM..atw.
; Harman Engineering Company, of north who instances of Philadelphia Kcadin Railway Jcovit A ItO Grande Rulroid.A.
vats that have )if the cited Centnl ol G orf>l Riilwiy.
w make a total of seven Washington, D. C., and Peoria, 111., begins the de facto government's campaign L. BARDO. G..' M..a,.. IL W.GKICB.. Cn'lStfl:Tr..s.. A. M.SCHOYER.i\t Lio..0'itilint eat.FWW.Fenairlvi .
t the
in
constructed Railroad. Cbeaapeak A Ohio Railway
: all recently been New t ork.:New Hivcn ft: HirtforJ
: the reclamation of 50,000 acres against banditry and the disposal of E. H CO\PM\N. W/'r W..I. A.S.GREIG.A..". it.""..... W.L.SEDL\ N. WiV.., .
Seaboard Air Lisa RailwayA.J
county. SL Loui..t S.. Fraaeiaco RailroadC.
of land in that district. Contracts for Southern HailoiTa
his troops to crush outlaw bands as STONE VifffrnUnl.
W.KOUNS.G.a'IMaaaa.:
his big drainage project have been proof> that his government had adopted COTTER.ahuli KaiUarf Cn'lVtmrU Achiion.T.peka A Sana F* Railway. Erie RMIVP'IJ
BARTOW.-D. II. Alford and John G. S. WAIL, ria-rm 9 Gt'l Ul
let and they provide for the harnessng effective means to comply with conditions CRnV> L.Aut.VKtPruUntNew H.WMcMASTER.Cu'1M1.Ifr. SIOMI Oatral Liaca
A. Moore have a fine patch of melons York Caoiril' R..i.., Whechof& Lake brie Railroad
of the creeks, the drainage of the set forth by the United Statesis j
near Lake Hancock from which they changing of the levels of the
swamps, necessary to the withdrawal of the
have shipped five car loads. Last akes and the building of over a hundred punitive expedition. The fact that the .
week in going over the patch Mr. miles of drainage ditches, lat. statement was given out at a time be- no chances will be taken that even an tant development last night was the tinues, otherwise the situation with

Moore found a very large melon and gals and branches. The project, for ieved to be opportune to affect the isolated case of too exuberant Americanism shooting up of the town of Nulo, seventy the} expeditionary force is quiet. a

marked it and said he was going to which preliminary work has been gong verdict to be rendered at Washington will mar the recent peaceful miles southeast of here by Mexi -

send it the next day to Mr. Catts, who nearly two will add 48- statu quo. can raiders. N. M -
on years, was recognized as part of General COLUMBUS July 3. Prep
is a personal friend. During. the nighta 00 acres arable land to the resources 'arranza's announced plan to avoid No announcement has been made by Sniping at various points along the arations to censor all mail and roundup

coon played havoc with it and so it of the state, increase the value of that army officials for any observance of border gave the newly arrived militia. Mexican spies were perfected here
develops that it takes a coon to get war.Extra the Fourth outside of the usual call real thrill.Thirtyfive .
land over $2,000,000 and entail an ex. precautions were taken byivil men a today. The sfeP is made necessary by s=-

ahead of a cat. sense of over a quarter million. Forge and army authorities here to preserve to the cjlors./ more carloads of state the fact that! the Mexican authorities

,, and truck crops will be grown on the peace on Independence day. troops arrived here today. have been Mly advised about all the r

II, SEBRING-The mayor and town the reclaimed land. EI Paso will have a "sane fourth," but EL PASO, July 3.-The mOlt impor- Sniping along Pershing's line con- American trop movements.
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA.
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tional five cents for transportation is ROBERTSCREWS.Mr. COURT HOUSE NEWS OFFICIAL RESULTS OF THE DEMO "

Bradford County Telegraph unavoidable, why is it necessary to

spend the additional 60 cents of the Roy Roberts and Miss Era Realty] Transfers.T. '

dollar as a "bribe," if you please, to Crews were quietly married Sifciday S. Davis and Olive Davis to Carl CRATIC PRIMARY OF JUNE 6TH

I Published netkly, and entered as the host of non-producers before we morning, July 2nd, at the home of the Moore, the south half of lot 12, in sec _,

second class matter at the post-office can get that which will keep us from bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. 14, tp. 5 S, R 22 E., containing 5 "

at Starke, Florida. starving to death? Sapp, near New River "station. The acres; consideration $10 and other

a j MATTHE" I IB. It has long been suspected and is ceremony was performed by Rev. L. valuable considerations. CANVASSING BOARD ANNOUNCES FIGURES. SHOWINGHOW "

E. S. S, Editor and Owner i I rapidly being proved that it is this C. Smith, of Giahrm. R. A. Weeks and wife to R. M. EI- LEADING CANDIDATES FARED IN BALLOTING.

E. LAGERGREN. Associate Editor i ii II constantly increasing army of middlemen The groom is the son of Mr. and lerson, lot 4, block 33, in Truby Livingston _

i - -- -- --- I.|I. which is forcing the cost of living Mrs. Brince Roberts, of Graham, and I & Co's. subdivision of north- TALLAHASSEE, June 27.-Spe-( X. P. Bryan --- ----- ---------23,283. '1|

with for sky high. They produce really is industrious young man, and east quarter of northeast quarter of
Publishers provided presses a very cial. Final and official results in the .;,
baling waste paper hail with delight 1 nothing for the CO cents they hold us successful farmer. sec 28, tp 6 S, R 22 E in Starke, .con- various)- state contests in the June Cth; Trammell's majoiity ------- UOUO ,\

I! the resurrection of the Congressional I up for, in fact they have been, termed The bride is a daughter of the lateP. sideration $200. I were announced and declaredby Comptruller -,

i The Record is longer a the "leeches that are bleeding our industrial born and reared George Mahon to Charles Straussof primary Ernest Amos .'. :.
t ; Record. no I S. Crews and was the state canvassing board here today -- ------ ----- _

1 joke, for it weighs six and a half and economic system into a in Bradford county. Since the deathof St. Paul, Minn., the northwest quarter -I follows: A. J. Angle ------ ------------23,085- :...-

: ounces, and less than three weigh a deplorable state of health." her father she has made her home of southwest quarter sec 14 tp 6, as Governor -

I pound. Some newspaper offices are J But they continue to hang on and with her uncle, Mr. John B. Crews, R 20 E, southeast quarter of northeast Amos' majority -. -------.-_ ,078 ,.
I ___________33,429
_
1 the time quarter and north half of southeast S. J. Catts _____ '
I favored with two copies of each issue multiply. At present they Jr. Railroad O>mmi<-innrrKoyal
I and C acres in northeast' quar- W. V. Knott ____________-___::13IG9Catt's
I, of this journal. The Wholesale Liquor are slyly taking unto themselves 00 This younEr couple have a host of quarter C. Dunn ---------- 29463 }*
1 Dealers Association and other bodies cents; on every dollar]] we spend for relatives and friends who wih;; them a I I ter sec 13; tp 6, R 20 E.; consideration I A.S.Weils.] -,- '
--- ------ 24,84Dunn's
200Secretary --
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contribute heavily with "literature"for food, the very first necessity of life, I II I happy and successful life. They will 1000. majority ,
1 and there is no telling when this figure P. L. and Amanda Thomas to RosaC. I of State -
the benefit of the baling press, make their home on their farm near majorit __
: and with old papers at one cent a shall mount even higher.-Ex.i Graham. Duncan, S of lot 5 and North half II. Clay Crawford ____________- -,h42 Supreme Court--- -Justice- ----- 4,620

and the of the rainy I : of lots 7 and 8 in sec 7 tp C S, R 20 El, A. P. Jordan -_____---------- 3j18 !.
pound, dampness Jefferson B. Browne .
j : i .\l'STHI.XTT.CI\ OX AMEK-! I II I containing 100 acres, also lots G and : --- ---- .41,500
season increasing the weight, prin- FAST Cockrell ____ __ __
LOSE
JAX GAS BOYS i
I ters to extent through these CAN SHIP HELD AS'AN- I north half of south half of lot 5 sec 71 Crawford's majority ________:23,324: ;:: --- .n ----- 24,555
I some i
I I GAME TO STARKE TIGERS j fi R 20! E containing 100 acres; -
. ; contributions, are recompensed for the SULT TO THE UNITED) STATES tp I Treasurer Brown's majoiity .
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j steady rise in the price of print pa- Continued From Page 1.) consideration! S275.A. ; J. C. Luning ______.________. :),jO: National Commit let-man
(
i Continued From 1. wife to P. J.j!
Page ) Durden and
I I per. I ( A. J. S. Griner __________________:29,023:!: : J. T. G. Crawford
I 1 I catcher made a vain attempt to stop Pearce. block 13, 14, !;j, 1C, 17, and --- ---- -----35,746
rine admits, the steamer was flyinc: additionto Cromwell Gibbons -- ------ 24,194Crawford's
MORE UNPREP.UZEINESS. field and Scandreth's ---
the of and
from IS
the wild throw Wright/
I the American flag. The captain of the I Lur.ing's majority -________.10,102
the on consideration $123.;; -
Chancey tallied, putting game Hampton; Public InstructionW.
denies that he advised the Supt.
An instance of monumental unpre- j commander steamer of the submarine that the ice for the day. White was hit by the Fred and August !shart;; to An- N. Sheats ___________-____:38,812: Certificates majoiity of nomination--------11,552

paredness close to home can be seen damage to the steamer was insignifi- pitcher but was caught trying to steal nie R. and Mary T. Williams, northwest J. L. Kelley ______..'..._____...37,323Sheats' ; today to the winners were issued
at Black Point now. A couple! of second. Wall punched and the side re- quarter of northwest quartersec as indi
i cant. He states that he advised him cated. Results in the
weeks orders came for immediate tired.In 20: tp C S R22: E, containing 40 congressional, f|
I. ago that steamer had been damaged, but majority ___________ 9S7 judgeships.and sac
senatorship
mobilization of the Second Florida in- I the second inning Pitchers Pearce acre: ; consideration 3000. races
United States Senator
I that he not then had an opportunity have not been ai.nounced, the

t fantry. The First infantry regimentwas I to ascertain the extent of the damage. and Cherry got in some good work Park Trammell ______________43,389 vass not being completed. can.
not called as for some ethical benched in Marriage Licences.
i and both sides were one,
I I The seaman who was struck by a
and because of not being so oiJcr. It until licenses issued
I reasons two and three was Eighteen marriage were - --

} well "prepared" as the Second, it was t i I fragment flesh wounds."If of. shell sustained severe Staike came up in the third that busi- during the month of June, thir- ;R1CO ;.TBRBRrrISII; I,; :; + + + ..pLEGAL+ + + + + + + .;;*

I not ready to go. The mobilization of the ship had intended to ram the ness began to pick up again. It hap- teen being, to whites and five to colored MANY TEUTONS CAPTURED + NOTICES f i'

the Second was so rapid that in one pened this way: Alderman singled couples, as follows: I
t submarine she would not have stop. + + + + + + + + + + + + +
instance at least, a man who had been ped her engines and this must have to the center garden, Johns bunted Mr. Ela Griffis and Miss Mattie (Continued From Page 1.) LEGAL NOTICE. *

married a few minutes before was been evident to the submarine com and everybody safe. Chancey's driveto Griffis. the French and-is held by them. The County Asset'or of Taxes for Bradford

ruthlessly torn from his bride. Off to center forced Alderman at third. Mr. Volley]] Manning and Miss An- county. Florida. shall mettth the board of '.
mander. The
conduct of the
Referring to the AngloFrenchdrive county commissioners for said county at the
.. Black Point, then to the Mexican bor- submarine commander showed lack of The second baseman caught Beasley's nie Hilliard.Mr. the German official statementsays clerk's office in said county on the 24th day of
I der! Every smoke seen in the distance line drive on the knee cap and bases II. L. Crews and Miss Annie July ?. D. 1916, at 10 o'clock a. m.. and I
judgment, self control or wilful intent that at several points of the first may continue in *--?ion from day to day for
was thought to be that from a amounting to utter disregard of the were full.\ White sent up a sky rocket Malphurs.Mr. ]line trenches along the Somme, theenemy one Tvitk, or as Imp m shall be necessary,

train coming to take. the boys to the rights of a neutral. behind the plate and Johns taggedat W. II. Bethea and Miss RubyM. forces gained successes and cP for\'inlt'the purpose testimony of he.inntr as to the complaints\alue of and any re- ''

border line. the third and scored when the catcher Dekle. property, real or LIt' nal. as fi\ed by tbe
I. But they are at Black Point yet, fret "According the to sworn statements made the brilliant catch of Eddie's Mr. Robert E. Cochran and Miss were able to advance. A German division county assessor and of tate and of perfeetinc '1 1rcvicvunir
of captain of steamer and a sea- in this sector had to be with- I cnuali7ipg the tesmtriU for ,
ting over the delay and, no doubt, believing I' high one. Wall contributed with a Ethel Lamb. the tax: year A. D. Ii1! .. i
man who accompanied him to the sub material in the first line I G\c-n .
( .an, and this 6th da:' c f July. A. D. 1916.
that they have been trifled marine, the commander of the latter clean single to right, bringing/ in Chan- Mr. Norah Howard and Miss Alice which was immovable and which had N". U. WAIXWRIGHT / I i
p with. On closer inspection it was and Deasley. Moitt failed to make Crawford.Mr. Cr.nlv AF<*sor of Tnev! ;
,Istated that he mistook the steamer for cey I l>een rendered useless, was lost. J. V CREWS. '
found that the regiment lacked accoutrements a cruiser. This statement is at vari -, connection with the ball and the. side I J. E. Dowling and Miss Jennie In connection with the operationsnow I Chairman. Roanl of County Commissioner,.
I Bradford County. Honh.;
and other things, 7-7-St
many i iance with the statement in the Aus- retired. Reynolds.Mr. aerial I
I going activity
on
that the boys had not had sufficientpractice I I'tro-Hungarian government's note that The Tigers were outplaying the Gas .J. Roscoe! Sapp and Miss Avery was | Notice of First >Uf tine of Creditors. "*
marked. There have been air
that many In the district court r.t the United Slabs
I and many were physically i the captain of the submarine asserted Company boys in every part of the Thompson.Mr. fights and Berlin reports th.t eight <<". 'h.- Southern D f:cof Florida. in Bank
: unfit for soldier duty, and so on. I Wm. Arthur Dekle and Miss [ ruptcy.
a false maneuver on the part of the game, and it was not until the sixth I .
I official with British and three French machines | In the matter of A ,= u'hrHh. of Starkt.
We have an a highsounding i frUamer prompted the .;ubmaiine :o inning that the visitors were able to Beulah J. Finkley.Mr. down within the German I Florida in the COJnt.f Bradford, district
/ title and a Jove-like front; why continue: Earnest' Byrd and Miss Loony were brought a fon.-said. bankrupt.
fire.
does he not look after such mattersin to get a runner across the coveted pan. lines and that four others also were Notice is hereby vita n that on June 30th.
I. Forced to Deluer Provisions Weeks came up first in this inning and Smith. 1'iJfi. the said A. A. rllLn.th'a9 duly ad-
shot down. The British admit that
time. If the boys are not to go to Mr. S. Gillispie and Miss Mabel M. iud;!'td bankrupt and ,thst the first meetingof
"The with
I captain of the steamer swears happened to make connection one three of their machines are missing. his \'t'ditlJrs'U 1 I* held in the office of
the border in the near future, why not that he informed the commander of of Pearce's lenders. An error at second Colley.Mr. the Clerk of said u.in the porernment
let them return home to their : Additional successes are recordedby building in the City 'J Jackonville Duval
accus- i I E. Klados and Miss Angie Wil-
I the submarine that he in
had suffi- and single
only a by Hooper brought Petiograd, the official communication county. Florida. MIl'.y; loth. 1916 at 19
tomed duties, as this unprofitable o'clock a. m., at which time said creditors
cient provisions to reach the port of the only run of the period. may
\ L hardship on them son.Mr. announcing that Austrian positions attend prove their caini! appoint a trustee
eai4ir :: > a guct Lacy Reynolds and Miss Ethel
Algiers and that he would deliver .
l and those dependent them. I,j proVisions Some sensational fielding by Chance30' west of Kolomea, in Galicia, have examine the bankn.pt. nod tranFact such other
on only under HP Starling. business as may r.'t.jJf erly come before tail
-- I compulsion. together with perfect throwingby been taken by storm after intense rm*tint
i states positively in his affidavit and inconversation Clifford McFashion and Jenny Lee I Jack=on\ille, Fla., Ji:1\r :3th. IMS!
PLENTY OF TIMBER LEFT. the i infield enabled the boys to pullout Frazier. fighting, with the capture of two thousand ( HAS. S. ADAMS. .
I with officials of the department of several close places in the next prisoners. The AustroGermansin 7-7-11. Rtferee in Bankruptcy.
Will Anderson and Minnie Brown.
that he did ---- -- --
not give ---
Among other good things in the : provisions inning/ and excellent stick work by Calvin Bryant and Alice Williams. Yolhynia are making desperate Notice of First Merlin of Creditor
readily nor did he say it was MoittVall]] and Chancey, and food In the district court of the Vnited Stake
I latest Bulletin issued counter attacks, while in other sectionof
Quarterly
byW. the duty of one seaman to help another Johnson Kelley and Sarah Hump- I fur the Southern D.strict c>f Florida in Bank-
A. McRae, state commissioner of base :unning by every man who got on the Russian front there are constant ruptcy.
hrey.
and that he refused' payment because I In the matter of W n. Yonne. of Starke.
increased the lead to nine runs by the
is of Flor artillery and infantry engagements.The .
I. agriculture, An Inventory he was being compelled to deliver Jein Mathews and Sadie Porter. Florida in the Countr of Bradford district
-
ida's forests and the outlook for the I I seventh. It was here that Cherry, whohad Italians are pushing their strong afnre<;iaid. bankrupt .
food in violation of law. The Notice is hereby pi'en t'lat on June 30th, .
. : future," by Roland M. Harper, for- of the : been u'inge'er30' artifice knownto .i -r e < $' $> $> $ '? < > 3 < <$> <$ offensive in the Trentino and indeed, !"1. the raid W. II. Ymjnir ...ar-duly ad-
statement the Pe-
of
. merly of the state geological survey. captain twirlers to halt the Starke batters, $ along almost the entire Austro-Ital-I jutli-ed! bankrupt ind that the frt! meeting
trolite is entirely at variance with the I of his creditors will be held in th office of"
I Mr. Harper is not among the alarmists ; was called from the mound and replaced $ ian front the Italians are forcing the the Clerk of said court in the government

'nf who prophesy that Florida will i report of the submarine commander. by Zafathy. Three errors by the $> fighting, probably part of tl.e concerted building: in the City of JacVomille. Duval

r be denuded of timber in a few years. j "The correctness of the captain's locals and a home run by Zafathy net. < > <*> <#> $> <*> i$> 3> $ $ '?> 3 $ <$> <$3> 4> plan of the Entente allies to press county o'r'iifk! ,a.Florida.m.. at viHch o-' July time ISth.said creditors 118. at may 10

i opinion that the wounded seaman was three Mr. and Mrs. J. McCormick and attend prove their claims appoint a trustee.
ted the Gas boys runs and closed ,
L lie says that, of the 35,111,010 acres matters to a decision at all points. examine the and such oth-
I. i held as a hostage to guarantee the :Mr. Harris Hilliard and fam- bankrupt transact
of total land area the state contains, the scoringfor the afternoon in so family, ------- f r business as may prrerly! come t>foIIld' -

, about 27,000,000 is forest land, that delivery of food seems clear. Obvious. far as the out of town team was con- ily, and several others composed a and Worthington. Others, again, i meeting.Jacksonville.
Fla.. Julv Eth. !9Ccms.
i, ly the commander of the submarine I II Fourth could riot decide where to and
the state still contains immense bodies cerned. party who spent the at Sampson go stay s. :''vruvs.77lt. .
e I had no right to order the seaman to lake enjoying a sumptuous picnicof ed at home to see the ball game. A Referee in Hankraptey.
of first-growth yellow pine and Although Zafathy was being battedall ---- -- -
I remain on board. The fact that this their own. few, gifted with ingenious minds, hit REGISTRATION NOTICE.
that the forest fires now, since the ] over the field he had only one run
order was given showed that the commander and of Providence the novel plan of working like Hereby notice is pin that the "epistratioa
Mr. 0. B. Clark family, upon
"boxing" of the pine trees has been tallied against him in the eight and books for the town of Marke. it ill lIP openedat
insisted that food was to be visited his mother, Mrs. J. J. any other day. They were regardedas mv office at the lumber yard of the QuitfUy 4
abandoned, does little damage to tim. was saved further embarrassment by Lumber r & Surply Co. from Jjly: 12th to'
delivered him
otherwise
to the
.1-I 1 ber and that they are really of bene- sea- the home team refusing their half of Clark, Sunday.Mr. "bughouse. August I.th. Incliuivr for the reg;'tration ofelKtors. '
man would naturally have accompan- :: and Mrs. Tom Marten spent Almost every store in town was C. A. F :TCH,
fit to tine pi2e: timber as without their the ninth. Town Clerk.
. : !I I jed the captain back to his vessel. The I I'I Monday and Tuesday at Worthington closed. Flags floated from many

per!') !ic'l:: appearance the young pines outrageous conduct of the submarine Jacksonville came up in the last inning Springs.Mr. buildings, but no fireworks of any NOTICE OF SHI-RIFF'S SALE.and by
'I Notice is hereby mv(n that under
: springing up would be supplanted by commander and all the circumstances I with grim determination writ- and Mrs. J. D. McCormick visited kind. Chief Kite saw an unmuzzled virtue of that certain writ of execution issuing -
a hammocky growth of bushes and ten on their faces but to no avail, for out of and uniier the teal ot the Circuit -
of the attack on the Petrolite war- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sapp at Ever- stray dog and drew his gun to shoot Court in and for I'radford' County. State

.... trees of little value. ranted the captain in regarding himself -' Pearce had their number. Schayler green last Sunday.Mr. him, but put his weapon back again. of Florida. bearing dat of the Jfith day of
Mr, Harper also intimates that the went by the strike out route and In- June. A. D. 1916 in that certain cause therein
in order to has been He would not commit the sacrilege of
being McCormick
I as compelled J. 0. on |x ndinir where ):! Mean and Son Company
I forest area will be added to by drain avoid further violence to deliver food gram grounded to third, but was too the sick list for the past few days. disturbing the holy silence. a corporation is plaintiff and J. W. Boppell are! !
I Sapp
E.
V.
and
Floyd Green M. J. Sap
**l age, as the treeless marshes, when rid : to the commander of the submarine. slow to beat Canova's perfect peg to Anyone who wishes to see some of defendants. I S. H. nmark.? as Sheriff/ of .

of water, will, when not cultivated, I j Invasion of American Rights first. Zafathy, the home run lad, Bradford county's best cotton and corn I NEW CORPORATION. and upon for Bradford and shall Count offer).for Florida.rale and have sell levied at

& produce trees. Besides her many oth- I "In the absence of other and more drove a l long high one to right, but should visit the farm of J. D. McCormick -- the south door of the Bradford County CourtHouse

er resources Florida will, probably i satisfactory explanation of the attack Baisden was there waiting for it, and on the Raiford and Lawtey road. I Among the legal papers filed for Florida.in the on town the Se\of (ftarke nth!day Bradford of August County A.

forever, also have timber, as here, as i! on the steamer than that contained in the /game was over. There is to be a sing at Evergreennext record at the court house Tuesday was D. 191fi the samiIxinz the. first Monday tJoeI IIIFII'd
leeal iav w'tni"
and
month. a Fa t- <
even in the most thickly settled portions the note addressed to you by the for The summary and score by innings Sunday morning. Everybody is the charter of the Thede-Moore Co., of I legal hours of sab. to the highest and bert

of the world, there will alwaysbe eign office, the government of the follows: I invited.Mr. Lawtey recently organized for the bidder terest of for the cash said alt V.of E.:he Sapp right in title and and to we!fl-

waste lands. The Quarterly Bulletin -! United States is compelled to regard I ..- RUE and Mrs. J. D. McCormick were purpose of engaging in the mercantileand 1 following described JrQIN'rty.to.wit: northws

R* which is well worth reading, may j the conduct of ths commander of the Jax _____0 00001030 4 8 7 interested visitors in Bak ,r county on commission business. Mr. R. R. (Iuartl.'rC Two acres northeast in nthin--t quarter corner extending of M .

-. L be had free by application to the Commissioner !:I submarine in attacking the Petrolite I Starke _-3 0 30* 1 2 1 1 11 19 5 Wednesday.A Thede, president of the corporation, "acre....t north and south and south,,cst 1y quarter two acres of north east *ana M* _

,I [1 r of Agriculture. Tallahassee.. i and in coercing the captain as a de- Batteries: Cherry, Zafathy and Hail- has been successfully engaged in business quarter and east hr-lf of northwest west i't'i quarter acre.
and
southeast except
I libt>rate insult to the flag/ of the United FREAK EAR OF CORN. at Lawtey for some time past and quaiter of Rallze ZBEa
MIDDLEMEN'S: RAPACITY. I ey; Pearce and White. Hit by pitcher, Section 14. Township 1\\! South
.. I' 'i, States and an invasion of the rights j, Wall; home runs, Zafathy; two base the business established\ by him has I The-t. Bradford above described Cu.mty. State property of Florida.I levied! nP OD Jc

.t. j I! of American citizens_ for which thisgovernment : hit?. Chancey :2. Johns 1. Wild pitches Mrs. D. C. Kersey! who lives on been merged/ into the corporation. : and being sold to satisfy said execution ,1Id
According to John J. Dillion, commissioner The C(.tS. '
that officers of the Thede- foore Co.
I requests an apology Cherry 1. Umpire Burnsed; time Coffee Branch, has brought us an ear 'I S. R DENMXtK.Sheriff -
of foods and markets for by made; that the commander of the 1:20. of corn that is a full-fledged freak. are as follo-vs: R. R. Thede, president Bradford Coantr. Fli.
the state of New York, 65 cents of every -; 0. Thed vice A. V. LONG & r.1.: JOHNS .
submarine be punished; and that reparation Not only does the ear have four ; president; J. T. Attorneys fur "ia nWl. -5t
dollar expended for food in thatstate : be made for the injuries sustained ;; Moore, secretary and treasurer. The I --.
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I branches, but a fifth branch, tryingto .
. goes, not to the man who produces -: by the payment of a suitable Manaerer: O'Rourke and the Gas Co. outdo the.rest, has twisted itself into capital stock of the company is $5,000 '!>
.. the food, but for transportation baseball] team returned to this cityj i The officers all <:- Prompt Attention, Please.
,.t. l indemnity. dope! semblance of a small]] puffing are sterling young business ;. .
<
.z the of non-producers hiding last night from Starke, where they;
aid to array : "PIeae communicate with foreign adder. A near sighted person would men and a successful career for .., eubscribers _
behind such accounts as handling, defeated by the Starke boys by I The Telegraph's J '
were the
,4 office in sense of foregoing."You quickly throw the ear away to keep company is predicted. I (*' to give prompt at-
storing and selling. In other words i may add that this governmentbelieves the score of 11 to 4. Pearce, Starke'sold !| from being bitten, so great is the re- Attorneys A. V. Long and E. M. ,!. tention are requested to statements mailed to
3. cents worth of food on the farm or standby was in the points for the i l t
: > that the AustroHungariangovernment likeness it holds to a snake. Johns represented the company in se- them from this office. We are .
1 in the factory costs just an even dollar -1 / will promptly comply with I Bradford county boys and pitched WE'HI curing their charter. -*' trying to hold the Telegraph '

i by the time all the various "easy these requests, in view of their mani. during every inning of the ?nme. 1! I| ?> right up to the standard of flush v :'-
money" people have added their tolls]] Cherry and Zafathy worked for the THE FOURTH IN STARKE.The WHY ENDURE SUMMER prompt help '.:;
:; fest justice and the high sense ofj I II I COLDS? I I v times. We need lour
to the burden of the ultimate consumer. honor of that government which would ]Ii Jacksonville team and d id everythingin It isn't necessary to have a stuffed to- to do this. The frequent mailing J -<\

I j not, it is believed, permit an indignityto 1 their power to win the battle but I I Fourth of July just passed was head, running nose To cough your II I of statements takes time and '

The transportation item, not over be offered to the flag of a friendly the Starke boys managed to solve their! like all other Fourths in Starke, for head" off as it were. All you need to .. <%> money. Don't let us have to in- J j:

a few cents on the dollar]] is a necessity -t;1 power or wrongs to its nationals by an I I deliveries and consequently a defeatwas I on that day our citizens seem to think do is to use Dr. Bell's Pine Tar-lIon- 4 cur this unnecessary expense. .r

r but who dares say the same of i i Austro-Hungarian naval officer without I administered to the Duval county I that "there is no place like home," ey. The soothing and healing balsams , We serve you promptly. Please "- ;

the other 60 cents? Why is it necessary -| making immediate and ample players. Manager O'Rourke, of the and therefore go elsewhere to be en- open the clogged air passages and ina treat us in the same way. -: ;
'!> 4> + <2>
: than the original amends." 1, Gas Company stated last night thatnever ; tertained. The town was as destertedas short time you get relief and starton ]
; to pay more 'I the road to Your I wFOI: A Mild; [ffial'i. t aUVt I c
recovery. nose ,
his been treated when Zeppelin
of whole- before has boys an English village a "
of the fo'-d to the army I S
cost
; I stops running less and Does Mot GrIpe nor DIstJ tbt
cough
you I I
you
;: salers, commi :ion men, jobbers, retailers Ttw Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head so well as they were in Starke and he hovers over it. know you are getting better. Get a ,In addition to other propertiC8LV0contains :,

? and vMt nots before the man Because of its tonic and laaative effect. LAXATIVE sincerely hopes that it would be con- The question, "Where shall I go on ; bottle, use as directed. Keep what is Cascara in acceptablestimulatingLaxutiveandTonic. form I "

who needs the food can buy it ? Granted Quinine BROMO ado! does QUININE not cause is better nervousness h n ordinary ncr venient for Manager Ted H. Halligan the Fourth?" had kept many of our I left as a cough and cold insurance. 2 : Las-FOI 2 ,=<-

who or manu- risers it head Rem..mbfls the lull "ime ami to have his boys in their city againin citizens awake for nights. Some went acts effectively and does nrt.STipe .',<-'.
that the m 'n grows Jt !
look kr tre .
4 sieiu'ure of I! W. GROVE.: I disturb stomach At the same time,
factures the food is justified in his the near future.-Times-Union, i i to Black Point and Pablo Beach and You get a'l the important national, dig ,tioDarouStstheliverandsecretioJll :::- ..'

': charge of 35 cents and that an addi- I Read the Telegrap'.-$1.50 a year. Wednesday. | Kingsley lake, others to Green Cove state, county news in the Telegraph. and] restores the healthy func !onSo **-


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FRIDAY. JULY 7. 1916. j
:;r.';:i. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE FIVE !

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:Miss: Ellen Gnann is visiting rela- W. C. T. U. ENTERTAINMENT BIGGS-ROBERTS. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I
tives and friends in Starke. + + i
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tt Bits of LocalInformation Special Sale on Ladies' high gradeslippers$1.49 National Poster-DemonstrationA A marriage of interest to their many + + 1

friends throughout the state was that
? at Stump's.Everything FOR SALE
Great Success. of Miss Ida Lee Roberts, of Lawtey, : : -
l
and Dr. Earl L. Biggs, which was sol-
1I II Jm at bargain prices, must + +
An unprecedented demonstrationfor emnized on Wednesday, June 28th
,
be sold in 12 days. Brown's. It. + 40 acres on Lawtey and Lake +
s d patriotism and temperance took at the home of the bride's father,
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c..htI 0.. ?.."I.. ...lIftul ..1 + Butler road, 3 miles west of +
V U6'j M tt. c...." eN r.1irII. J. C. Cone, the Lawtey furnitureman place in an open air gathering in frontof which was exquisitely decorated with + Lawtey. +
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-.'< was in town Wednesday.Mr. the Bradford County Bank building palms, ferns, moss and trailing + 25 acres on Lawtey and High- +

in Starke on Monday evening, smilax, a profusion of cut flowers, + land road, "National Highway." +

'.";>.' D. R. Edwards made a business July 3rd. roses predominating, with white and + One-half mile north of depot. +

i S. A. Carter is running a tie camp :Mr.: X. T. Ritch and family and Mrs.J. trip to Lawtey last Thursday.A The program was arranged by Mrs.A. delicate pink flowers in vases and jar- + $600 cash or terms. +

near Rochelle. II. Ritch and children motored out H. Freeman, of the local Woman's dinieres, the stairway being entwined # 20 acres on Lawtey and Highland +

to Kingsley lake on the 4th. daughter was born to Mr. and Christian Temperance Union. Mrs. with moss and smilax.In I + road, "National Highway." +

1 Mrs. G. II. Bennett and children :Mrs.: J. :M.: Brawnlee Wednesday, June Freeman is not only a woman of culture the drawing room where the most .I' + One mile north of Lawtey. About + I

left Thursday for a visit to Unadilla, II. S. :Miller: the well known mer- 5th. and believer in true patriotism impressive ceremony took place, roses + six acres cleared. S600 cash or + '

Ga. chant at Miller, in the western partof but keeps abreast of the times in plan- and other cut flowers were used most I, + terms + ;

t the county, was transacting busi- Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Moitt, of Dins- ning and carrying out unique features. effectively with ferns and palms. At 1 ++ Lawtey L. II. HILL. Florida. ++ ;

Fruit jars, cap and rubbers. J. F. ness in StarkeIonday.. more, have been visiting relatives in After listening to several sprightly, one corner of the room was an impro. 'i + ;:

t Kickliter. 6-16-4t. Starke this week. well rendered selections by the band, vised altar of greenery. + + '

Misses Kate and Sue Liddon left the crowd looked toward the east and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins of Starke, sang + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ,
, Dollar ShirtS-all the new patterns last Get one of Jay S. Brown's circulars saw the "At "
. Sunday for Jacksonville, where poster parade coming. This Dawning, by Cadsman, in her
: -85 cents during the sale-Stern- I they will attend the Duval County read it, see the bargains-Going out was led by the local camp of Boy lovely clear voice with the accompan-

berg's.Harold. I Summer School for teachers. of business-only 12 selling days. It. Scouts, each carrying a large posteron iment played by her sister, Mrs. W. A. k Your Grocei

I which was printed trite temperance Barrett of Ocala.
Brown went to
on a trip
Jacksonville and Pablo Beach Mon:: I Mrs. F. M. White, who came to J. Vernon Jones, a well known truths. The bridal party included Miss Jewel

Starke to be with her sister, :Mrs: J. L. Hampton citizen was transacting business :Mr.: J. C. Poppell was master of I Tatum, of DeLand, bridesmaid.Miss .

i., day. f Underhill, during her last illness, left in Starke Wednesday.Miss ceremonies and managed the programin Nellie Roberts, maid of honor; A

for her home Miami a most capable and Mrs. W. E. Torode of matronof
at interesting man Lawtey
!. Thursday. II I ,
Messrs. G. W., E. :M.: and A. A. lIaI i Etta has the
Register spent ner. The first number was "America" honor, sister of the bride; Master
zen, of Brooker, were in town :Mon: J. past two weeks in Fernandina, visiting by the brass band. "Our Sinclair of
Varncs, one of the Telegraph'svalued Flag" wasa Harley, nephew the groom,
day. : Lake Butler subscribers, was :Mrs.: Whiting. beautiful poem which was well recited was ring bearer; little Miss Hazel 1

'in town Monday and called to order by Augustine Long. "A Tributeto Oliver, a niece of the bride, flower
Henry Gray, of Gainesville, is the Col. A. Z. Adkins left last Mondayfor
', the paper continued to his address. the Stars and Stripes" was another girl; Dr. A. C. McKinsie, of Jackson-
of Augustus Long at Kingsloy Hobile Alabama where he will
guest i well rendered selection by LcRoy, ville, best man; Zack J. Roberts, of Best By Every TestCOFFINS
lake.J. : visit his sister Mrs Emma Wimberly.Dry .
I I I The Sale lasts one more week at Stewart. An address by Horace Wil- .. Starke, groomsman.The I
:
I Sternberg's. son was a declamation of oratorical wedding party entered to the
': Smith, Juniper Hall and C. A. goods, groceries, shoes, hard- ;' S
I merit in which he told why he is proudto strains of the wedding march from
Smith of Sampson City, wer.e in town ware to be sold out quickly at Brown's
:Messrs.: M. A. Blackwelder and 0. be an American. A cornet solo, I Lohengrin, beautifully rendered by CASKETSAnd

( Monday. V. Brooks, well known citizens of the 7-7-2t. "The Star Spangled Banner;" by :Mr.: Mrs W. H. Edwards. During the a full line ofUndertakers' -

western part of the county, were Blanchard Law, was a most pleasing ceremony which was impressively per-
Sale on Men's and Boy'sPalm Special Sale on Ladies' high grade Supplies
, Special among the visitors to Starke Monday.Mrs. feature. :Mr.: Law also played "Dixie" formed by Rev. Ralph 0. Wright,
f Beach suits at Slump's.Miss slippers-$1.49 at Stump's.Miss Always on hand. The best ser-
and received hearty applause. "Flowers of Love" was played.
:: J. T. Wills, Sr., and family vice at the lowest prices. Special
Next followed delegations from the Miss Tatum was gowned in deli-
Effie :McLean: of Waldo, was a I :: Gladys Prescott and brother, attention to telegraph orders.
left Tuesday for their home, Gaines- various schools de chine with
Prescott Sunday bearing U. S. cate pink crepe gold
guest of Miss Gladys duringthe Guy, returned home Thursday, after --
ville, as the health of her mother, Mrs flags and posters relating to the dutyof lace. With this she wore a most be-
week.T. spending several days in the city with Registered Embalmer
A. F. Brockmeyer, is much improved.The relatives. our government toward the child- coming hat.

F. Gaskins, of the Raiford sec ren. Next in line were representations The maid of honor's gown was white DeWlfTcTjONES

latest addition to the Everglades frm othe W .C. T. U. and the net trimmed in pink satin folds. She ,
& Co
tion, was among the visitors to Starke Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and little daughter Suc'sr to G. C. Livingston .

Saturday. Reserve regiment, now being are spending a week in Lawtey, Civic Club, carrying posters bearing wore a pretty girlish hat trimmed in Starke Fla.
,
recruited at Ft. Bully, are Jacob Bun- visiting Mrs. Adkins' mother, Mrs M. on national and civic betterment. On pink and white. The matron of honor

bliss: Clime Goocle, of Gainesville, del and 0. B. Sweat. Mr. Sweat has E. Edwards. the sidewalk in front of the Bradford wore white silk net trimmed with j-, ----' =.- ;,

been elected cook. Doc. Wood thinksof County Bank an improvised stage had white satin folds and real lace her: ----
;
. is! the guest of :Miss: Ella :May: Long I
.>.i at Kingsley lake. joining to i become chief of the med- Miss :Margaret: Boston, of Bruns- been erected and was draped with national hat was Leghorn trimmed with rose- !'I General InsuranceI ]

',. ical staff. wick, Ga., and C. B. and Eugene Ilei- bunting and U. S. flags. buds. Little Miss Hazel Oliver was but FIRST

One of the most striking featureswas dainty in a dress of white hand embroidered I represent none
of Thercssa
Mrs. C. A. Knight has returned berger, spent Wednesdaywith CLASS companies and will be
. home after a pleasant: visit with relatives :Monday: was a busy day with the friends here. a dialogue between Uncle Sam: organdy with baby blue 1'0-1 II constantly on the alert to
county boards. An unusually large and the priceless policeman. This conversation settes. : pro-
in Boston and :Moultrie: Ga. Guarantee
interests.
mote ,
I number of citizens of the county were Mr. J. E. Robinson, of Jacksonville, was carried out by Wilbur The bride was given in marriage by : your

RublyTismntiseptisnod"ne I in town and nearly all of them had and Mr. R. :M.: Fugate and Louise Boyd Scott and Charles :Marks: the formerin her brother, L. E. Roberts, of Starke. j courteous treatment to all pa.
trons. A well written policy bya
-Kills pain, stops putrefaction. business before the boards. of Bronson, were guests of Mr. and a typical costume of stars and The bride was never lovelier than in I first-class agent in a first-

:Mrs.: Frank Colley Sunday. stripes, with the face made up to resemble her traveling suit of army blue, with
Special Sale on Men's and Bo)"' No 666 will cure Malaria or Bilious Uncle Sam, wearing a silk accessories to match. j class company sometimes means ;

Palm Beach pants at Stump's.L. Fever.. It kills the germs. )Ir. and Mrs. W. H. Graham and beaver hat and carrying a red um- Following ceremony a delirious : much in case of loss by fire. i

Miss Aileen Alvarez have returned to brella covered here and there by white ice course was served by Miss Agnes!.t [ H. C. RICHARD Starke "
Mrs. J. II. Roberts has the front .
H. Powell left :Monday: for Hardeeville I town after a two weeks' stay at :Magnolia : strips on which were written the Gardiner. Miss Durden and :Mrs.: L.I I tJ ,,
will yard of her home on :Madison: street
'S. C., where he spend a Lodge, Kingsley lake. names of the nineteen dry states. Un- E. Roberts presided at the punch bcwl. i| ;
flowers of themof
full of choice
many
while with relatives.Mr. cle Sam says he is tired of living un- After the reception Dr. and Mrs. Sighs THEFLORIDAMETAlPfWCISfoMANUFACTURE '
the old-fashioned kinds which are :
Show cases, fixtures, etc, must be der a protection which is so incom- left on the afternoon train for an ex- ': Ii I

and :Mrs.: G. C. Livingston have very scarce now. Chrysanthemumsare sold. Brown's. 772t. plete and longs for an entirely white tended trip to various points of interest ,

returned home after a stay of several especially abundant. in the north. I't
umbrella, which would mean a dry na- METAL .'
weeks in Jacksonville Mrs. F. F. Stump and little daughter tion. Charles :Marks: in a policeman's I The out of town guests werelisses:: I

A. S. Strickland, the Kingsley na- Evelyn Virginia, left on the Flor- costume and carrying a "billy" cheers Jewel\ Tatum, of DeLand, Parrie Johnson CEILINGSCUIVERT5.SHIN61E5 ,
Mrs. F. A. :Moore: and daughter, val stores operator, sold a load of :
idian Tuesday afternoon for Amherst, ,
: Uncle Sam by saying that in the near of Hawthorne, Agnes Gardiner,
. Miss Thelma of Jacksonville, are visiting watermelons to W. G. Brooks. Amongthe '
,
Va., where they will spend several future he will enjoy national constitu- of Starke, Miss Durden, of Tampa, AND OtHt*
that weighed 53
melons
relatives in Starke. was one I
weeks with relatives. tional prohobition, and that the police Mr. and :Mrs.: J. M. Oliver, of Bald- ,
I-' pounds. :Mr.: Strickland has larger SHEET METAL
men who cannot be bought are right win, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mr. and Mrs.L. .
A. C. Strickland, a well known Lake I melons :yet, though not fully ripe. :
:Master: Hollis Knight has been in BUILDING
here to back hint"up.. E. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Butler business man, was transacting Lake Butler the past week visiting "Not by :My: Vote" was a joint declamation Miner, of Starke, Mr. W. A. Farrell hATERUl v t\ '
business in Starke :Monday.: I Special Sale onIen's: and Boy's ( WRITE TODAY AND SPECIAL 1'1:
his friend J. E. Maines Jr. He is PI
expected '
Palm Beach pants at Stump's.Mr. by the Boy Scouts, led by Carr of Ocala, Dr. A. McKinsie:: of Jack-1 FOR CATALOGUES\ QUOTATIONS

I' home Saturday and will be ac- Colley. :Mr.: J. C. Poppell read a few sonville. I JACKSONVILLE . .. :FIA. ;'i.I
Special Sale on Men's and Boy'sPalm
Beach suits at Stump's. S. W. Tillis and family, who companied by J. E. and Hal Maines, of the striking posters carried by the II I I '

.: have leen visiting relatives at Raiford who will spend sometime with him boys and girls and commented upon CEMETERY WORKING.All I I : .........._ I tl1I'

Mrs. J. J. Sparkman and grandchildren -f and other points in Bradford county, and other friends here. them in a most charming manner. persons interested in the )ICKin-1 i[r.l ; _ies I. r 3 t r .

left :Monday: for a visit with will return to their home at Loughman The solo, "The Brewer's Big HorsesCan't ney cemetery will gather i I'I'l"i' 1. ,.;:j' M.. "t'J! .II'. II .
:Mr.: N. T. Ritch, Mr. and Mrs. Frank ..: .. l. ,; .. ..- -- .'
. relatives at St. Augustine. today. They made the trip up from Rhoden, Misses Nannie Howell, Viva- Run O"erIe:: was splendidly Thursday, July 13, provided with the Rfur TO."' H -n :1t.r'Y l a

Loughman by automobile and have en- rette Floyd and Allie May Green motored sung by Mr. Blanchard Law, who scor- tools for cleaning up the ground, repairing -I : -'..:\..e t'.. '.'d- i irfif'in? T\; -.time otarasiii .

J. J. Blackwelder, nominee for county joyed their vacation very much. ed a big success. fences, etc. Bring full basketsfor I.. (it >*. .. Awl ,, i'*nf nI ill
over to Macclenny last Sunday, ".n.' ?: r.i.U' I III i
commissioner from district No. 1, while "The Cost of the License" was along dinner on the grounds.A. fic ::10 : 1,1 F ,..4 D! i t
and there the of
were guests '. .
was a visitor to Starke Monday.T. One dollar buys two dollars worthof Mrs. A. D. Powers at the Hotel Annie.In and exceedingly well rendered J. McKINNEY. I ....ft1\ ii/ji E f :.' i'i If i Ptll-rvn- ; .:4
goods at Sternberg's Sale. reading by Miss Cliffie Goode, of &IV> "V \ V IX.'I.P.r;
the afternoon visitto LJ I it, r* '
they enjoyed a t nl" e'f Ree-
T. Blackburn, a well known citizen Gainesville, who graciously assisted in A VERY LARGE BEET. tt aa2PtwftD: '
Brothers' .
Friends of Lieutenant Bloxham Griffing Nursery -J'I" such dt .aaea
this entertainment.The .
of the Lawtey section, was trans- I .
The pa > .r fan doctor ,
culinary department the
will be to know that he at .
Ward pleased "end men" entertainers brought cn'B r >t rare to treat. .
acting business in Starke Saturday. in the having Special Sale on Ladies' high grade home of J. S. Brown has been struggling \: I liar lirrn dUTrnnfi'l '
.
is now a captain army round after round of applause. These U rtiilrnrril br
slippers-$1.49 Stump's.. wits the problem of cooking24pound ,1al'ltF'I"II'. II" fart that dare i i
to that rank on July a
"Ask your nei Steinberg's s been promoted were Everett Waide and Francis Hal- rlnrtlUOd.. I'I'PD' In jK> .....nvlMerrntlnpon
Cut 1st. Captain Ward is at present stationed ligan in the make of old coloredmen. beet. The beet was grownon lr *ln.-e 1'1011. A.k any CitrIMFiial {i
Price Store. Dr. B. L. Mrs. W. L. Whit- up (Irntjr.ian or rrlUhle biwUni
Whitney, the farm of Williams Bros. who 1 }
New
Governor Island, York nflgh-
at They pulled off a number of -t man, 19 ur !rld or your j
be ordered to the ney, Earl Whitney, Misses Stone and seem to be entitled to the blue ribbonin Lor. l:
. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Brooks and lit- but will probably dialect stunts, ending with a good one J{ you tf'P.I&I" such kul ai f t I I
of Ocala Starke Monday
Mexican border in the near future. Boney, drove to this particular branch of vegetable Lave to offer I "l'l br glad to bav& J'
tle daughter spent most of the weekin in the doctor's big Overland, and on the Kentucky colon":]. culture. In the garden where this you consult me fro, either In ?er..on 1 .
or by malLDr.
The W. C. T. U. wishes to thank all
Providence, the guests of relatives.Mr.
Special Sale on Men's and Boy's while here placed the car in the Ford those who so ably assisted in stagingthis monster was grown there are many .Gco.h' Dickerson j

Palm Beach suits at Stump's. Garage for adjustments. The party more beets that will weigh 10 to 151 111 W. ,. :., Opp. U -.r.l Rank. II
Over four hun- \
Charles Larson, who has been I spent several hours very pleasantly demonstration. pounds. ,JACKSO\SILIE IftORIDA.

,'isitingber sister, Mrs. D. E. Knight I J. J. Bielling, L. F. Fralick, Frank i here and returned to Ocala the same dred people were present at this unique I', J
I
returned to her home in Jacksonville I Osteen, John Harden, Dolphus Carver, afternoon. I open air entertainment, givingthe best --c- -----: ,
of attention and the heartiest
Sunday. AMiss P. :\I. Padgett, A. B. Surrency, G. W. ap-

Haen, Homer Gainey, J. C. Crews, C. Quite a number of Raiford young plause.DR. .

Marie Livingston has returned E. Crosby, and B. M. Williams were people have lately made automobile For Those Who
SaveUnusual
home after a trip to New York among the many citizens of (tie coun- trips to Kingsley to enjoy the super- WORTHING HAS LEFT US.

City with her aunt Miss Kate Living- i ty to have business in Starkt- Mon:: ior boating and bathing. The demandfor

stone j day. public accommodation at this Pn I Dr. A. 0. Worthing and family have .

watering place is steadily becoming gone to Fergus Falls :Minn.: to make

Col. and :\lr5.: C. L. Peek have as I $3.50 Shoes at $2.69-one more more urgent. With a good road from their future home the doctor having safety and liberal profit are combined inour j

their gllestsIr.:: and Mrs. Carlyle : week-Sttrnberg's. town to the lake and an uptodatehotel accepted a charge: under the dioceseof I.ffi

Peek, of Chicago, and Mrs. C. F. i at the lake Kingsley would be Duluth, Minn. He has for the past Certificates of Deposit. Each Certificate

Sayles, of Miami. i i Mrs. F. A. Scott, of this city, received one of the most popular resorts in two years benn the rector of St. IiI

: notice a few days ago from this part of Florida. Mark's church in this city, and he and i is our guarantee for the safety of principal and t
the State Board of Health that she : l
his have
made
No. 666 Fever.It family themselves so
will Chills and I
cure payment of interest.
!ia the most speedy remedy we know.If i had been appointed public health nursei beloved, here by all as to be missed i : .1
i for the fifth district composed of Baker FRUITSPINEAPPLES very much. They have the best wishes :

you miss the sale at Sternberg'syou ] Bradford, Columbia, Hamilton and of all for good luck in their new ,

lose a good opportunity to save :. Suwannee counties with headquarters home. Issued for the convenience of thrifty people, these

some at Lake City. Mrs. Scott will enter :5 cents
-money :: upon her duties on July 15th. certificates offer a particularly a t 1 r active '
BANANAS 20c Dozen ONLY ONE LEGAL SALE.

Thfre Is more Catarrh In this !section i j! form of investment. Full particulars given
of the country than all other diseases I I "A wise man investigates. don't"ait SATURDAYS all our our finest .,
Put together and for years It was sup- i any longer-Sternberg's Cut :Monday: was the regular monthly t.
posed to be incurable. Doctors on request. Call at the bank.
pre- Fruits at lowest market
prices. legal sales but business dull
day
ycribed local remedies, and by constant Price Store.C. was i
falling to cure with local treatment I I in the matter of forced sales, there '
Pronounced it incurable. Catarrh is a I Take some home with you!
loral .] A. Knight, for a long time a being only orc'l of ld.
ls6tast>. greatly influenced I.}' con- 1 one pr proper/ ? >
Quires Stitutlonal constitutional condition and treatment.therefor Hall's re- :'I member of the clerical force in the R. w. MILLS As special mietpr. Attorney A. S.

Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J county's clerk's office, has lately been Crews sold 222 nrres of lard belonging .

Cheney &remedv.Co.. Toledo.i" Ohio taken is internally a constitutIonal appointed deputy clerk, in which position to J. C. Crews for $325. The Bank of Starke :

and Sunaees acts thru the Blood on the Mucous he will serve during the illnessof Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Day property was FM under foreclosureof lr
of the System. One Hundred i
Dollars reward Is'offered for any case Deputy R. A. Weeks. Mr. Weeksis Yejr druggist will refund money if PAZO mortgage h -l.! by J. W. Townsendand
that Hall's Catarrh Cure fails with rheumatic affectionof : f I\TMF.N fails to cure any case of Itcbme.
to cure.
suffering a was brougl' in by J. C.
Send t ': ,1 Jet11'1I'.rI'r->!nrfi" Crews
for tPileiin6tolli.
circulars and I Florida
F. J. CHEXET & CO.testimonials.Toledo Ohio. i I one of his eyes and has been con : ,... ,. ? ; t-,+ ,-f! p.,. i" against whom 'v. suit was brought. Starve, :-:

fined to his home for couple of
a
Sold by .
Druggists. :3c.I I I
I Hairs Family Pills for constipation. j 1 1I I weeks. I Read the Telegraph-$1.50 year Trunks at co'Sternberg's. o






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PAGE SIX t BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1918. i




HAVE EYE ON THE FUTURE EFFECTIVE AIDS TO MEMORY I TRULY A WONDERFUL THING The lord The wardeiisliip Cinqu'j Ports If 'J" cirque Thousands of Suffering Wom;

Worker Must Not Forget That Conditioni By Their Use It Is Possible to Avoida ports gees back to the M.vin; period, _
Remarkable Instances of the Instinctof
Are Changing and He Mutt Good Deal of Domestic when the five iivrK inlwkh.. lIoH'r.Bytllt' -
Homing' Pigeons Told by :,
...... Keep With Them. Bickering.The Two Veracious Citizens. l oml1l'\. pull Martins. ('OutI- Have Found
.
*. ry.How's -- tutwl nil .soiitijl i part ?f K! IlUtr.

your job-pretty soft? old method of tying a string I The following should- be appreciatedby defense aRjiiM: rniiuv. The woml.'n Relief! byUsing. Ste11a"Vit

I What is your aim In life? about a finger to recall to mind some our friend the angler, who mISt was a highly imiwrlaut personage; who. : :
Are you satisfied if you earn enoughto task to be done at certain time has exercised civil i.iil.tirj and naval junsdictio .
be of his statements
I' weary having .
,'IWI.Ia'ril!, custoo
meet your everyday wants? been done away with. doubted.At !,. beius! -t \j

Does the position which you hold at The new way is to transfer a ring the monthly meeting of a certain rotulorum. l I.rl Hnm-iiMit: :III.J admiral This medicine is guaranteed to do for YOU what it has done for o'hrs. It corrects the fcclarities ,,-,
from one finger to another. On the accustomed -' \llellt'.tt'r iin.l 1ye!: in later days; were and vitalizes the
present look good to you for the next j homing society one of the members peculiar to women;tones,strengthens womanly functions;restore tie so-
fifteen years-when a younger man finger the ring feels natural related an interesting experience. He ailde tt> the the t"*' m. Lilt the name petite,clears the complexion and builds up the wasted energies. Your n et ey back if your art,Bat
will probably be called to fill and does not cause annoyance, but on :j remained diiijtierls, as of old.! In fcenefited. Get it today.U at your dealers'. Your dealer will explain the guarantee.
1 your had, he said, recently sold a couple
I place? any other finger! it slightly irritates. j of "squeakers"-very young pigeons the days of tUurt Edward these THACHER MEDICINE CO.. CHATTANOOGA TENN.
I This irritation will aid In port were LounJ to furuMi tifty-: e\'cn
constantly
It suits you but do feel so secure ..
; you to a man whose cote was 200 miles -. .
manned ottill'll' -
: recalling the task to be done. Just bhips fully equipped and ,
I in it that you think it foolish toT away. He sent them'off by train, and .
r.-t fur fifteen days, in COil.hllll'rltillll
It own
try once.Another
prepare yourself for something better in
was astounded to find them back
\
and more novel is to for whir h they were freed
1 + ? way the old cote a couple of days later!
I carry a colored ribbon in the coat from certain! taxes and granted tipl'Cialprh'i
These .
\ are some questions which There was a painful silence, brokenat r
I pocket. It',l'- .-}.* iitlt'U Standard.t :
you should ask yourself now. length by the president's "Wonder
i r I Etery year conditions are changing. Suppose, now, you are In your office. ful!" Iu'a'

I In a few years unless you lift yourself Your wife phones you to be sure and "You doubt my word?" demandedthe How the End Will Come i' r- -

I I out of the rut and add to results bring home a certain thing. Go to your narrator of the story. The jirofesfor of natural phenomenahad

through experience will be coat hanging on the office rack, take acquired a ;jrasoline car. J1
your you "Not a bit of it! was the reply.
; dumped back with the novices or out the ribbon and tie it tightly arounda "It's a strange coincidence that's all.I "The day is cumin." lie said to his .
t
I I numbered with the "has-beens." sleeve.At of class a few \rn-U later, "when the tir ;:
sold the very same man a sitting __ ':-1 \-1
Do you allow yourself to stand still? night when you start to go home eggs in the middle of June. Before will sal: and pmn-tiires pierce the inner ---. 4. -- ..

I ( No man can do that. Wake up before your fist will jam itself against the the end of the month those birds had tube and the casing/ Ulster-and 1 LOW ROUND TRIP SUMMER RATES

I it is too late. Originate something tied sleeve. "Oh yes" you will say to hatched out and had flown back to then this old) ea-tu of ours will haven ; FROM JACKSONVILLE;: I "I

I in your business; polish and improve yourself, "there's that cough sirup me! Homing instinct's a wonderful blowout that may shake the Dug! star k. L..I.-., f n Cki i_", ._ -i 4J 50 c*..... '__|tt.
I your new methods. Make a Molly told me to be sure and bring thing!" from its kennel and hurl the Hipper to i ....'.-.-- ;I" 5. r..I--_ 61 AT L"wnl4... -_ Ita

r '' position for yourself so progressive home tonight," and off you will go at kingdom: come:" Cleveland Plain '' 1, C.l.r.do R.I....SP'I Cint..p.51.W-- JJM Wimp Dell.6SN.-- all 1.-H...mIl.-' -..:'i Il 1141 ttvil.x.t. -i
..._.-_- T r.ol.. .__ M9Ini u.9yu/ .____ uM: 1
and so up to the minute that you are once to make the purchase.A Dealer. P."I..d9111O 116. Mwr.d- ...-- Si.45 F.tn.k Lick..>.._ II.4
man who is notoriously known to HAVE RESERVE TO DRAW ON --- --- -- g..iil., ._- .I 9e.<0 i'i- OI r..O '-- 5160 1.hd.___ /1.N
i indispensable. But can't to .. ,...__ S. JO II'.ic_, _
you M.
go 0910
LM A < I <-< i:601 41'a 1
... .. .. .. r............__
I "never forget to perform a mission requested Silence. I.. Pr..e. ( 81 119 l' 1.,1.! -- -- 41.
sleep on the job. Be alert. Set Consenting ) .,. .. ...
your Q....., r.ik_ 1-,* N.: t F.lli --- wo h..k v. ._ MJt
self a goal and fight to gain it.-Chi. by his wife" won his reputation New York Newspaper Gives Good Advice "Do you lM-ie\e! that silem-e gives \ Low run M sibs Cd" r.4.,C..Ii( r.i.. C..d.. Ui;..... u nd MickiM: r.l.... i
/ ,..., ...
cago American. by use of the above two methods. to Those Who Mint Fight consHit, DuliMeyV asked (;oslill i I / / Ik.r 1..e,.,...., Lake..4 Rcckr M..I.IM. Pr "" .1,I. li..MUr M..MU

Simply by transferring his finger ring for a Living. "Why, j es. The old sayiiis: says ao /i Tlcktn 01...>. tellf(Mil; S.,i.:M. ..,...Inii Oct.3!.

he has been known never to forget to WLr?" said: Dul.hley. i' I

BEWARE THE POPULAR MAN mail. her letters on the day they were A bank account is the ammunition "Then you may congratulate me on COLOR

given to him.BROUGHT needed by every worker in the battle my engagement: to Miss Monej bags. I ,. .
"Good Fellow" Makes.the Worst Kind for a livelihood. And this kind of pre wrote to her asking her to marry me ( .. I *

of Husband, According to TO LIFE BY LIGHT paredness can have no opponents. six months ago! and I haven't heand n 1 / cboie.4ikreJeratrwlec.TO THE NORTH! ACID NORTHWEST*, a5r r.t z.-*ill4."j :;Iii*.-.|4 t.triJii?. y.4rtn.

Sophisticated Widow. Those who are at the front of the word from her slm-e."-Judge. 'I "TH B S6UTHLAND".Ckic.|. >.. hA.o.6.h..iS Ad.....CM,.
I I I .ilte L..,..ill., C...ia.d ..4 P....' .....Ln.i, Ui..t JukMinDtlX .
fight for a living must have further p,kl., ..,....Ckleta I 46 A. M. -
I A sophisticated widow airing her Poppy Seeds Twenty Centuries Old, i "BIX11 FL YI." *(. A.I... Ch N..hillt. BiMfrlll.
to than just thoseon His
supplies depend on Disguise .n..oo'l.
Into Brilliant Bloom |MTnJicki...,II....r.M.,.......i Q,. M.
,I views in a New York paper declares Sprang their persons at present. There Miranda: -Couldn't ytthink of a r i "ST. LOl1'f.IIxr..u" .I.< d....|...rr,, 1I".i"" .... N_ fc, "
that the good fellow the clubable When Uncovered. BnuvilU,I f.M..rnm Si Inn fttt A.M.
man must be a source of supply to be brighter !idea. Reggie, ; than turning up I .. N.. .....
tk tnikwiii. tjimuik 0.
Tkra HT trite u t'mMMiimict
makes the very worst kind of husband. drawn on in casa of need. in your ordinary clothes? Reginald '- : .u*...1_ Put ri... ftxk b.lU., N.Om No Din. ... "

The type of man who is loved by men, Some years ago there was seen in a Workers, you should prepare your Here I say hold on: I've come as ( .- 5.0wl.br.t./.hN II.,...".b .k'.a.f...._..d.k, ..rlil...'n.lofd. ....,..awS. ......wJl.i..,.ad>|ares,.. .'....y.y*Mi I chiefly for his genial faults, is a terror silver mine of Laurium a curious instance selvas toward the time ot need. bally wal'r.-LoIlllun Bystander. ..4...., ... f_.b"."L.' Nk/ *.*..10.T fur Urtljk.H.CBRETNEY .

i to lire with, says this lady, who is of the resuscitating power of Whatever may be the national policy, ,, -" ,
r-I credited with considerable experience light after many years. The silver preparedness should be your personal' I I [II FUiUt PiM.f<. Aft.i.UriiTiU .
mines Sternberg's. 4N..i+.dle R.R.,
of Laurium were abandonedmore Trunks at cost-
Such a mas is quite Incapable ot: policy. "Safety first" must be your r I I 134
self.study and of self-criticism; he than 2,000 years ago as unworkable motto, and there is no safety in living I jrcicsoNviui. ELL
knows the men like hinflnd he can'tthink and were filled for the most part I from week to week, just waiting III Otb.r Sp./al/ Low a_,.,;..tk.la..r I....-i / OIl
with the slag from the workings of the
I why his wife doesn't. The man
: from one day to another. Your only
.- who is popular with men says this miners. I safety lies in having some money pat .
--- ----
lady, never gets on, either in business It was discovered,however that this ------ -
I by for that rainy day, which may
I or anything else. He takes pride in slag contained plenty of silver, which i coma at any tlme.-New York Evening Now Wall"Tbedfard'f
being a good spender and he cultivatesthe could easily be rendered available by Telegram.

art of generously spending, to the up-to-date appliances. Accordingly it
was removed to the.furnace,and when
detriment of the art of making. The
wife of such a man is forever anxious next the mine was visited, a wonderful Ream With Personality Btac*:-Drllugbt PURE ICEIs

about financial matters, usually neg. transformation was found to have ta The walls of the room were pre- .Is the best all-round medktaeI

lected, invariably unhappy. And the ken place. Instead of a heap of rub- paVed in faded gold, like an old man's
i.5 men are always so sorry for him, being bish, the mine had become gorgeous memory of a sunshiny day when his rer used" writes J.A. Made Out of Steam, Steam Is a Vapnr

r. tied to such a fussy wife. flower garden. The entire space was heart was young and the cretonnesat Steelman, of Pattoaville,Texts. Generated From J Water and Purified ly Heal.
I j covered with a brilliant show of pop the windows, once brave and gay

I pies. This profuse vegetable life, it is : la their coloring, were blurred, and "I suffered terribly with liter
The Schedule Crank.
asserted belonged to the age in which' dimmed, like memories ot the short, well is cleaner
I t The man who is living this life on troubles,and could get no relic Ice made from water no
I the mines were worked. Twenty centuries bright hours of youth flaming out,
I schedule time deserves to be an object than the itself. Limes Chlorides
The I water ,
doctor said had
old, therefore, were those poppy one after another, almost painfully con
of pity. I know of one creature who
i seeds; yet when the removal of the distinct, which the hand of time has I could work Nitrates, Sand or any germ-life found in
not at
; is so precise in his appointments that son.
i. slag allowed the light to fall upon woven into one indefinite pattern, wells will "go-over" into Raw-Water Ice.
.
he is actually living a month in advance
\I- them with all all. Finally I tried
they sprang into life and bloom the passionate joy and sharp
I of himself. You to him,
t say under its influence. regret washed out. The restless feet

- "Whatchergonado" tomorrer noon of youth had stamped out the designsin WORD'SBLACK OUR ICE IS MADE OF STEAMIT -.. .
Bill? and he'll consult his little Vest
the carpet and had worn a path
pocket engagement book and inform Delicious Pilaff. IS PURE AND WHOLESOME.
straight through the heart of the big,
you that he is filled up as far as next There are some dishes upon the
peaceful room to the front and
Wednesday at 10 p. m. (meaning engagements Turkish bill of fare which the returned open -
the wide pulsing world without. Like
ot course). Then you say, Westerner never wholly ceasesto IT LASTS LONGER
the incarnate spirit of the room, the
"I wanted you to lunch with nie tomorrow regret. Pilaff is one. It is a foodas
little hostess sat in the stiff, high-
at twelve!" "Let me see," national with the Turk as the potato -
backed chair of her great-grandfather,
says he, "I have a fifteen-minute can with the Irish, as the cabbage DRAUGHTand
celed engagement at that time so 111 with the German. It takes a multi fluttering her ivory-tinted hands Starke Ice Company
among the fragile china that had been J
accept your invitation; meanwhile tude of forms, but its basic quality,
the wedding present of her great-
you'll excuse me dear boy for I have its quality of being pilaff, is derived grandmother, while the youth of long to my surprise, I got better,
a directors' meeting on at 4:23: and from rice being cooked in such a way
ago smiled wisely down on her cut of and am to-day as well as any
f leave for Goplunk, N. J., at 5:48, but as to preserve each grain firm and dis- .
their black frames the
narrow, on
I'll be tinct. The rice is man."Thedford'sBIackDraught --------- -- ------ --
on hand at twelve sharp! And unpolished, and in
wall.-The Countrysidefagazlne..
he records it in his book. This schedule the cooking, takes on a gelatinouscoat. is a general, cathartic, .
crank has everything prearranged Sometimes, it is boiled in mutton EDGAR EYES .
liver medicine
vegetable that
L except his funeral, and if he happens fat, a rich, smooth, inviting dish. Thrill of Being Wet. Opticiarx TestedJACKSONVILLE y COMER L. PEEK .
' Sometimes bits of There is and has been regulating irregularities .
to have a previous engagement, Iii roast mutton are something rudimentary
r wager he'll disappoint the mournersby mingled with it, when it becomes a fundamental about having water of the liver stomach and ,FLA. Florida Real Estate, Land and .

postponing that!-"Zim," in Cartoons meat pudding of delicious flavor. It splashed down upon one, and getting bowels, for over 70 years. Get Broken Same Lenses Duplicate.cI.. Timber Expert.
Day Recieved
I- Magazine. is cooke with small currants and completely and deliciously wet. Not as

pine nuts, fragrant and eplcy. It is damp, not moist, but wet, wringingwet. a package today. Insist on the I 9 We Specialize 140 on Hail W. rORSYTN OrdersWe ST.J fey Post* .e S3 years Experience at Starke.Special .

Inebriate's stuffed with dates and flavored with You yourself when a child never genuine Thedford's. E-70 .
Dignity. --
"There old orange peel; but, whatever its form, enjoyed anything so much as your H J Q W< t4lQD >H
was Judge Ramsbottom, Sale on Men's and
stated the landlord of the Petunia tav it is one of the treasured memories first drenching in an unforeseen and Boj'sPalm .

ern. "The drunker he got the more of a visit to the near East. unavoidable raInstorm-the thrill of Beach pants at Stump's. Read the Telegraph.

vr dignified he became. One day he was being wet, the cool drive of the wateron -- --


the leaning picture against of dignity the sign and poet lit out up here like basket Naval slung Emblems.A from the. mainmast down shush your of your nose soaked neck, into, ;water-logged your and sleeves the Joyous boots., and :_ll, \ \\\mm\\l1Iml1l\ \\ If You Buy a Car from Nolan

a lighthouse. In trying to turn aroundhe head is a sailor's sign to notify that
tripped himself, fell off the walk the cargo has been loaded or discharged I Even the tedium of being rubbed with \ It Must Give Satisfaction
' alcohol, bundled and warned \\
ip
and rolled under a motor car. Insteadof as the case may be, and you
scrambling out he stayed under: that the ship is ready to start on her would catch your drain, did not diminish

S there and slid all around on his backin next trip. A generally mysterious emblem the event. You voted it better -:ke

the mud, carefully examining thunder is a besom lashed to a mainmast than the time you fell off the boat- Used Car I We many used cars of
dock; it lasted longer.-Atlantic ;
side of the
machine. Then he or bridge( railing. This is to Monthly. standard makes in part payment -
crawled forth, arose and gravely remarked signify that the'vessel is for sale. Oc ,

: 'Ah! I understand it all now,' casionally a dark blae stripe may be for new Cadillacs.

and wabbled off down the street per. seen running fore and aft on a vessel, To' Reduce Flesh Safely. These good cars we put in first-class shape making

fectly.satIsfied that he had fooled the as a matter of fact this is a sign of If one really wishes to reduce the ,.

inndtttit bystanders completely.- recent bereavement. Blue is the sail- flesh without injury, careful diet is ,them just about as serviceable as new, in our own

Kansas City Star. or's mourning, ,and the stripe of this absolutely rrecessary. Milk, eggs, fish, repair shops. Then they are sold under a .

color takes the place of the black fowl and fresh fruits are good, and .... L _
To Get On Well With Others. margin or band used by the landsman you must have lots of water, air and.

e "In order to be satisfied even with as a notification of death. sunlight. Bicycle riding is better i =

the best people we need to be con than walking, and dancing also helps I MoneyBackPurchasers Guarantee

tent with little and to bear a great Sermons in Ungainly Things.No to reduce.

deal," says the wise Fenelon. He it isn't hard to brighten up your Eat only simple, light foods without

. finds that there must be "a mutual, life if you try to see beauty in commonplace fats, greases, oils, starches and get a guarantee certificate binding us to refund money in .

j' loving forbearance. Frequent silence, things. There's very little gravies. Shun all liquors and hot seven days if the cars have not. given satisfaction. If of (
. buy one
habitual recollection, prayer self-de that couldn't seem beautiful if drinks-and eat nothing after five you
n' tachment, giving up all critical ten- pick out the best points and ignore, you the o'clock in the afternoon. Do not sleep these used cars of us, you must be pleased with it. The Nolan reputation -

dencies, faithfulness in putting aside disagreeable ones. There isn't a swamp over seven hours at night and avoidan and standing are behind it .-

"t all the idle imaginations of a jealous that hasn't some beautiful flowers afternoon nap as you would the

fastidious self-love, all these will go growing in it, and there are mighty plague. The juice of a lemon, takenin This Booklet Free
z.. fi far to maintain peace and union. How few unpainted weather-stained barns a glass of hot water with a tea-

:4'' many troubles would be avoided by that haven't got a swallow or two spoonful of rochelle salts at night is It tells all about our used-cars and
"i "t this simplicity! Happy is he who keeping house under the eaves. If also good. explains how we make teem ,
you
neither listens to himself nor to the open up the dullest gray oyster you so good they can be guaranteed. Copy free on applica

' 'J idle talk of others." may find a pearl in it, and if you look Hungarian Faces. tion-write or .call. \. r

at a buzzing, biting mosquito in the I have never seen such interestlnlphotographer's "

No Wonder It Was Different. right kind of a light you will see show windows as Used Oar Department' .

1% "Do you notice anything different what gauzy, chl any things its wings there are in Budapest. Partly this ts

E about the milk this morning, dear are. because the photographers are good, CLAUDE NOLAN ;

y asked a young wife. "Why, yes now but partly it must lie in the Hungarians ,..ed

you mention it!" replied her lord and Black Cats Own Island. themselves-such vivid, interesting Nolan Bldg., Mata St., Jacksonville Fla. '.'

master. "It's more-more-that is,, "The Island unconventional faces.
of Black Cats" is a name These 118 E. iroughton St.
it tastes-" "Quite so!" she cried,, applied to Chatham island in the Pa- people look as if they ought to do the Savannah Ga. ,

e with a triumphant ring in her voice. clfio ocean, about 730 miles west of the acting and write the music and novels Distributor Cadillac Oars' '' '

"Our last milk was so thin that fire coast of Ecuador. It is overrun with and plays and paint the pictures for

e days ago I tried a new milkman. He black cats; indeed, cats of no other all the rest of the world. If they \The House of Fwfeefcd Serrice."

: hid such splendid milk, George that color are seen there. These animals haven't done so, it must be because,

I took in a supply for a whole fortnUht live IB the crevices of the lava foundation alone with their natural talent, they ,

I've been wondering every near the. coast and subsist by have this indolence and tendency to ( MOD 8acktromNolaf

morning when you'd notice it-! catching fish and crabs. flop and not push things through.
Arthur Ruhe in Collier's Weekly Ctr Isi't as'Repreieoted 1 j

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!;: TAtkAGFDY; INVOLVING DEATH OF TWO BACKACHE IS DISCOURAGING + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + to the Complainant's Bill'of Complaint hereinon be the persons described-in-and---who.

+ LEGAL NOTICES in or default before whereof the lth a day decree of pro July,confesso A. D. 1916.will subscribed their names to the foregoing ., 1

But Not So Bad if You Know How to + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + be entered against the said Sarah E. Young. proposed Charter art! they sever-

, ; Ellen S. Young Agnes M. Young. Cornelius ally acknowledged before me that they ;
Reach the Cause. ORDINANCE NO. 84. Young and Annie E. Young.It ....
GIRLS STIRRING
; PENSACOLAPENSACOLA 'xecuted the same for the .
: AN purposes ,
LITRE ORDINANCE REQUIRING ABUTTING is further ordered that this notice be published
PROPERTY OWNERS ON ALL STREETS in the Bradford County Telegraph a therein expressed. ..

Nothing more discouraging that a THAT ARE TO BE PAVED IN THE TOWN newspaper published at Starke. in Bradford IN WITNESS I have hereunto set :
.' constant backache. Lame when OF STARKE BRADFORD COUNTY. FLOR county, Florida. ene each week for five consecutive my hand and affixed my seal this the "f

w July 1.-This city is a short time after the suicide, Fudge awaken, pains pierce you when you you WATER IDA. TO MAIN MAKE ON CONNECTIONS SAID STREETS WITH WITHIN THE IN WITNESS weeks. WHEREOF, I have hereunto Ust day of Mav, A. D. 1916. '

sensation the like of which said that his wife committed suicide bend or lift. It's hard to work or to THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE PASSAGE AND set my hand and affixed the seal of our Cir- H. C. PEACE 1
having a APPROVAL OF THIS cuit Court this the Public.
ORDINANCE, AND on 12th day of June A. D. Notary
it has never had before. The finding early in the morning, and while he rest. Backache often indicates bad IN DEFAULT THEREOF PROVIDING THAT 1916. Commission expires the 20th day of

, Ethel Fudge murdered was out of the house kidneys. Starke people recommend SAID CONNECTIONS SHALL BE MADE BY w. T. WEEKS October A. D. 1919.
: of Tennie and on an erand. He THE TOWN COUNCIL OF SAID TOWN (Seal) Clerk. 1
.
Doan's
deserted house and subsequent de- claimed at the time that his three Kidney Pills. Read this case: AND THAT THE COST OF SAME SHALL By B WEEKS.. (Seal) ,. 6-2-4t ,
jn a Mrs. Lucy Hemingway, W. Call St., BECOME A LIEN UPON THE ABUTTING Deputy Clerk.A. NOTICE.
, relopments led to the arrest of the small children, Tennie, Bascom and Starke : "I suffered from lame PROPERTY FOR WHICH SAID CONNECTION V. LONG, In County Judges Court Bradford County I

.t father of the children, E. J. Fudge. Ethel, were the only ones in the house and aching, says back and could hardly a get ,' THE COLLECTION IS MADE. AND OF SUCH PROVIDING COSTS WITH FOR Complainants Solicitor. 6-16-5t I, State In Re of:Florida.Estate of in J.Prolll C. >Carter.te. Deceased.

fie children were eight and elevenS when his wife swallowed the contentsof around. It hurt me to stoop and lift REASONABLE ATrOR "EY'S FEES. AND NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED To Ceila Carter. Ada Carter. Joseph Cr-
'. PROVIDING ter. Laura Carter. Florence Carter and Pearl
THAT CERTAIN
years of age, and left notes absolving a small bottle of strychnine, and and I felt miserable. My kidneys PAVEMENTS SHALL NOT BE DISTURBED STREET UNDER 4888.SECTION LAWS OF 8 OF FLORIDA.CHAPTER Carter. and all other interested parties.

i'" their father from blame and stating that they ran to the street and told didn't act right and caused me a lot FOR A PERIOD OF FIVE YEARS AFTER Greeting:
Hereby notice is given that R. M. Spark-
LAIN FOR THE PURPOSE OF MAKING You and each of you are hereby notified
i that they had killed themselves because him what had happened. He said whenhe of annoyance. Doan's Kidney Pills SUCH l'ONNECTIOAND THEREAFTER man purchaser of tax sale certificates numbered hat Ceila CartEr. as sdroin.stiatrix of the es-

did not wish to go to anorphans' returned a few minutes after his brought relief from the first and soon ONLY UPON SUCH CONDITIONS AS MAY respectively 123, 127 and ITS issued by the ate of J. C. Carter. deeea : they Tax Collector for Bradford County. Florida
BE PROVIDED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL i County. Florida hai fiio.1 in the above
the
i home. It now appears thatFudge's wife had swallowed the poison that aches and pains in my back left BE IT ORDAINED by the Town Council of each of said certificates being dated the 4th named court a petition I raying for an ordErof
and the other symptoms disappeared. he Town of Starke, Bradford County, Stateof day of August A. D. 1913 has filed the said this court to be grar.teil ttithorizing said
wife died at Nashville in Jan- she begged him to be left alone, as she ." Florida: certificates in my office and has made application petitioner to take pofiesiion oand, sell. according -

". under mysterious circumstances.'A wanted to die, on account of ill health.He Section 1. All owners of land abutting any for tax deed to issue in accordance with to law. the following described real
nary (Statement given March 10, 1911.) and all streets of said Town that are to be I law. The said certificates respectively embrace estate as a portion of tie ass'ls of the said

special from Nashville says: also gave out a statement to Still Uses Doan's. paved shall within thirty days after the pas- the following lanis in Bradford County FlorIda estate of J. C. Carter. dee-asedsaid, real est at}
Pensacola authorities are sage and approval of this ordinance, make at I assessed at the date of the issuance of lying and being in Brad-'ord County Florida
Although the claiming that his wife OVER THREE YEARS LATER auch certificates in the
newspapers east one connection with the water main on names respectively herenafter and described as follows:
investigating the mysterious deaths ofTennie worried about his financial troubles. Mrs. Hemingway said: "I occasionally the said street or streets adjoining each lot of particularly! set forth. to-wit: The Northeast quarter tf the Southeast Quarter -
Certificate No. 123 embraces the
Frac
I NW4!
land abutting thereon tf the Southeast qjsrter tof Section 21.
Ethel Fudge, two former Mrs. take Doan's Kidney Pills as of Blk. 2. S. of R. 2 E.. Com NW Cor of
and Fudge died of poison before med a pre- Section 2. Such connection shall extend at Township 6. South Ran ft. 22 East ; Also the

Nashville children, which occurred in ical aid could be summoned. ventive of kidney trouble and they from said water main to and beyond the curb Blk and run Southerly 210 ft to land deededto North half of the Soutleast quarter of the
H. Jones. thence E. along said line of Jones
line in front of all lots abutting said streetor Northeast quarter of Section 13. Township 6,
that city yesterday, and are workingon keep me in good health. streets so th.it after such street or streets 'I 350! ft. thence Northerly along public road to South Range 22 East ; for the purpose of pay I
time in
Fudge at one was engaged a line between Blks 1 and 2, thence
that the mother Price 50 cents at all dealers. Don't shall have been pnved there will be no Westerly ng certain indebtedness of sid estate.
was
the theory large transfer and storage business in simply ask for necessity for interfering with such pavement I along said line to point of beginning in Tem Therefore you and tacit of you, and all other -
a kidney remedygetDoan's ple's sub-division. See. 21. Tp. 6. S. R. 2:?: E.
murdered here last January, that the in any manner in order to make such connec- interested parties are commanded that !ay-
Tallahassee, but lost control of his Kidney Pills-the same that tion. .1 2 acres assessed C. :M. Sparkman. ing all other business aside, iou be and ,

proceeds of an insurance policy mightbe company and sold his interest to his :Mrs. Hemingway has twice publicly Section 3. Should such property owners or Certificate No. 127 embraces Lots 5, 6. Blk appear before me at my cftiee wi Stark*.
by her husband E. J. either of them refuse or neglect to make at 32 in Johns Add to Starke Sec T8. Tp 6, S. R. Bradford county on Thursday the
Floriw.
secured brother. He then worked part of the recommended. Foster-Milburn Co., eaat one such connection for each lot abutting 22 E., assessed C.1.. Sparkman. Oth day of July >*. at ten o'c'..ek

Fudge. No suspicion was attachedto time as laborer in small salary Props., Buffalo, N. Y. ((27)) upon such street or streets as are to be paved Certificate No. 173 embraces 3 Acres com A. M., to show cause, if any you can why Isbould t
a a at NW Cor of NWi; of NE'., and run S 420
of the the for thirty days after the passage and approval not grant the prajer cf said petition.Gi't'n .
the death woman by and the children were insured in the of this ordinance. said Town Council shall feet E. 630 ft. N. 210 ft. W. 420 ft. N 210 under my band and seal at Starke. ,
Nashville police at the time that Mrs. Outrag.ous Fertunt. forthwith make such 'onnecticn or connections ft. W 210 ft. to pt of beg. in NWU of NEtf.Sec. County. Florida. This the 14th day ,
suicide taking of this city, but officials of the company Rastus was sorely wounded. Froa" and said town shall have a lien upon such 5. Tp. 7, S. R. 22 East, 3 acres assessed of June A. D. 1916.

Fudge committed by were unable to give the informa- abutting property connection is made thereto C. M. Sparkman. GEO. A. GARDINER.County .
his face flowed In rivulets and lathe .
The police did not learn of gore for the nmount ft the cost of uh connection Unless said certificates shall be redeemed according 1 Judge of Bradford I'ounty, Florida
poison. tion until their books examined.The to law tax deed will issue thereon
were outer covering of tits substantialhead or connections. which said lien may be enforced on 6-16-61. SEAL) ,
until the following night the 17th day of July. A. D. 1916. '
suicide
the and by suit at law or In equity in .
there were sundry gasses! any "
stated
Nashville superintendent Witness official signature and seal this
Court of competent jurisdiction: and in all my NOTICE OF GUARDIAN
after the body had been prepared for openings. He had been the victim of such reasonable the 13th day of June, A. D. 1916. SALE
eases a attorney'3 fee shall be
that investigation would be start- W. T. WEEKS. Thirty days after date htreuf, to-wit
local undertaker.In an recoverable the th
by
said Town in addition )
burial by a a brutal assault. cod of such connection.Section tohe (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. 31st day of July. 1916 I. the undt'rsigne.

a ,statement to a newspaper man, ed in this city. The physician who treated him foe 4. No disturbance or interferencewith By R. A. WEEKS guardian for Annie L. Wigins
6-16-Et Deputy Clerk. G. Wiggins, minor H. Wiggins, .
has wounds was sympathetic. any theet asphalt street pavement hereaf- -- J will apply to the Honorable Geo. A. .
d.es.
- --- --- "Great heavens!" be said. "Some- ter constructed in said Town shall be permitted County Judge of Bradford County 1
by the said Town Council NOTICE INTENTION TO APPLY
for the space of OF at his office in Starke Florida for
DADE CITY POSSE AFTER NEGRO WilY COMMERCIAL EDUCATION body has beaten you up la a terrific five years after the construction of said street Florida
I FOR LETTERS PATENT. an order to sell at private bale the one-third
IS POOR. manner. You must have been hit at pavement for the purpose of allowing such undivided interest each of Annie L. Wiggins I
connections as aforesaid to be made, and no I Notice is hereby given that the undersigned and Frankie G. Wigg'ns minor as aforesaid
of Photographer Choked and least nine or ten times. such connection shall thereafter be made except -
Wife will apply to the Honorable in and to the following described land to-wit:
"Dat ain't no Joke," said Rastus, as may be provided for by the'said Town Lots and two in bbc -Itwo. in
town of.awtey
Beaten-Escapes Injury. A newspaper devoted to the inter- Council. Park Trammell, Governor of the Stateof on :
who was BtUl trembling. 1 don't believe Section 5. All ordinances Florida the 1st of A. Bradford cuonty. } orida. as mapped I
ests of commercial schools discussesthe or parts of ordinances on day. July, and platted on the public of Bradford -
I wuz able to git out ob da way in conflict herewith are hereby re- D. 1916. for letters patent, incorporating county. Florida, rfr one acre.

DADE CITY, June 30.-Posses of question why business men are ob anything dat wuz throwed at me." pealed. THEDE-MOORE COMPANY, more or less. .
E. S.
this place are scouring the county and i continually complaining about their "Then you ought to learn a lesson President MATTHEWS.of Town Council. under the following proposed charter, June 30th.MRS.1916. WIGGINS.

descriptions have been sent broadcastin inaccurate and unintelligent stenogra- trom It," suggested the doctor. "Here Attest: C. A. FUTCH. the original of which is now on file in FRANCI'o A'ie L. Wiggins

finds fault Town Clerk. the office of the Secretary of State of and Frankie G. Wiggins, I
It minor
from
phersand bookkeepers. after ought to stay far away
an effort to apprehend a young negro you Parsed by a majority vote of the Town Council heirs .
Florida. of R. deceased.630St.
who brutally attacked Mrs. Bras- : with the tendency to overcrowd the people who Indulge In this sort of the 9th day of June, A.. D.A. 1916.C. FUTCH.. R. R. THEDE I.:Wigin. I

well, wife of the local photographer, I commercial schools with pupils secured thing." Town Clerk. 0. THEDE, NOTICE FOR Ft BUCATION.
: \ I ain't chance Rastus objected Approved by me this 14th day of June, A.
"Dar no ,
; solicitors. JAMES T. MOORE. Serial No. OUSTS of the Ir.teror -
her I by t'part."t
this afternoon
at 4 o'clock at D. 1916.
C. F.
"You boss. I HOOVER. U. 6. Land Office at Gainesville Fla.
gloomily. know Proposed Charter of Thede-Moore ,
Such agents are often paid 30 to 50 6164t. :Mayor.ORDINANCE .
; home just two doors from the county ain't de price of no d1\0.C6-rO- Company.The June 24. 1916. I
cent of tuition fees of pupils se- got Notice is hereby given that Frank :Murphy f
Sheriff P. S. Sturkie is afraid per
associate
jail. Dlar Magazine. NO 85. undersigned hereby of Sampson City. 110ri.l. \ho. on Apri 24,

that the miscreant will be l lynched if cured. The result is that they per- AN OFDIV4NCE PFQUIRTXO: ALL PROPERTY themselves together for the purposeof 913, made ', o for t

suade parents to take girls out of the OWNERS ABUTTING ON ALL forming a corporation under and by Northeast Quarter Section 34. Township 6.outh. .
falls into the hands of of the ,
he
the
.
any Sirius Mighty. STREETS THAT ARE TO RE PAVED IN virtue of the State of Florida with Range 20 East. Ikllbassee Merid'a.
local citizens, as the whole commun- public schools at an immature age. Writing In the London Times as to THE TOWN OF STARKE. BRADFORD the charter, ias filed notice of intention to Three
COUNTY. FLORID HEREAFTER TO following proposed : YEar Proof to establish *.!aim to the land f
ity as aroused over the affair. An impression prevails with many the effect upon the earth It the gigantic HAVE ALL WATER CONNECTIONS WITH Article 1. above dl'cribd. before C.t of Circuit Court

The negro, who is a stranger here people that anyone can do commercial star Sirius were as near to us as Is THE WATER :MMNS ON SAID STREETS The name of this corporation shall at Florida on t day of August I

asked Mrs. Braswell for a drink of work. This is far from being the case. our own sun. Mr. Scriven Delon says AND PIPES ALL OUT JOINTS TO AND IN BEYOND SAID CONNECTING THE CURBING 'Le THEDE-MOORE COMPANY, and 1916.Claimant names as wIngres I :

Few people can give intelli. that the change that would overcome ADJOINING' THE PROPERTY OF its business shall be transacted and G. W. Andrews, of River Florida.
water, and as he handed the cup back, young land and sky would transcend every EACH OWNER RESPECTFULLY. EXAMINED : conducted in the State of Florida, and Prince Matthews of Ne' River Florida.

seized her by the wrist. Her screams fent service in a business office unless dreamed of. In the AND PLACED IN GOOD FIRST CLASS other States of the United States of William Edwar. of :f. River Flarid. I
hitherto C. A. .
thing CONDITION AT LEAST THIRTY DAYS ,
education.It Florda.
they have had high school America wherever profitable
the but a neces-
brought neighbors to rescue R08E3T W. ,
,
heavens would be poised a brilliant PRIOR TO THE PAVING OF SAID STREETS 6.30.6t ,
not until Mrs. Braswell had been severely takes brains and experience, and RESPECTIVELY. AND IN DEFAULT OF sary or convenient, the principal place Registrar.
than
before globe twenty-five times larger I THE SAID ABUTTING PROPERTY OWN- f>f business shall be in the Town of -- I ,

beaten and choked, and scratched some maturity of thought, one the sun appears to us. emitting for ERS TO HAVE SAID CONNECTIONS AND Lawtey, Bradford county, Florida. MASTER'S ALE
hands. can master the details of a business Into gigantic JOINTS INSPECTED AND PLACED IN Notice is hereby given {hat under and by
about the face and millions of miles space GOOD FIRST CLASS CONDITION WITHIN Article 2. virtue of a certain final oreree of foreclosure

The boldness of the attack, at an I system. The manager does not wishto fire rays and coronal streamers. Bombarded THE TIME: ABOVE REQUIRED SAID CONNECTIONS The general nature of the business made and rendered the '\A day of July. A.

number of I spend his entire time explaininghis by terrible heat. the earth AND JOINTS SHALL BE INSPECTED rr businesses to be transacted or con- D. 1916, by the judge ofi..he circuit court of
when there
hour
were a AND PLACED IN GOOD FIRST the Eighth Judicial Ciroait of Florida in
people on the streets and the fact methods. After he gives an order would become red hot, Its atmosphere CLASS CONDITION BY THE BOARD OF ducted by said corporation shall be to chancery in favor of turner L. Peck and
in wholesale and retail
mercantile -
fol its vegetal covering erased BOND TRUSTEES OF THE TOWN OF engage a Chas. A. Smith. compls..nt. and against
it to be grasped and dissipated
that the Braswell home is only a few he expects STARKE. BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORID and commission business, and Bradford County Development Co.. a corporation -

feet from leads to the lowed. Ks ocean basins turned Into barren AND' THE EXPENSE OF SAME SHALL BE. to carry en any trade or business incidental defendants the ujirrsigned will offer
the jail
county like for sale in front of the court house door in
who wastes while iron would flow wa A LIEN UPON THE ABUTTING PROP- thereto connected therewith
: belief that the negro is an unusually I There are many girls in offices from of Sirius. ERTY. AND PROVIDING FOR THE or Starke Bradford Count Honda during the
can't seem to comprehend an idea ter. The distance us COLLECTION OF SAME WITH ATTOR to buy, sell, mortgage, exchangefor I legal hours of sale on Munday. the 'th day
desperate character and that he will the brightest of the fixed stars, is so I NEY'S FEES. AND PROVIDING' THAT SAID itself or as agents for others all. of August A. D. 1916. to the highest and

r not be taken without a fight, if his merely by having it stated to them. great that its rays require eight and a I CONNECTIONS AND JOINTS SHALL BE inds of real or personal property, to best bidder for cash th6'following dl'crib

:: whereabouts are discovered. A hurry They must be pulled through certain half years to reach us notwithstanding REPAIRED STREETS ONLY AFTER UPON THE PAVING THE TERMS OF SUCH AND borrow money for the use of the company land situated in Bradford- county F1orir. -

'. call was sent to Clearwater for bloodhounds processes until they acquire the cor that light travels 180,300 miles a CONDITIONS HEREAFTER PROVIDED BY and to issue notes or other secur- Lots 3 and 4. or fractional NW'i! except
THE SAID TOWN COUNCIL.Be ity therefor and to deal in mortgages, 10 acres on Eaet side o' Lot 31, and lots 5 -'
but up to a late hour tonight rect form by habit and doing a thing second. Sirius travels through spaceat it ordained by the Town Council of the ,'otes, stocks, bonds oi other negotiable and 6 or fractional S'arf section 25 ; Lots

they had not arrived. over and over. They nave little powerof 1,000 miles a minute. Town of Starke, Bradford County. State of in connection with the business 1. 2, 3, and 4. or fractal S'2 and EU of r
Florida: paper NE'i of section 26 ; Lot.l. 3, and 4 or frac-
The Braswell family is highly regarded attention, and are constantly mak- Section 1. All own,ra of land abutting any of the corporation. tional SW'4 and Ej ot SE'i of section 27;

ing wrong entries. This is costly of Mot of a Frenchman.It aid all streets of said Town ttat may hereafter Article 3. Lots 3 and 4. or SE.4 s>1 8of\ SW'4. and
here. be paved shall at least thirty days priorto SW'i of NW'4 of SW'i.of section 28; Lot
fact of
is r"t: Ilt'r a cruel history The capital stock of this corporationshall
that
time and it gives the impression the paving of such street or streets have all 1 or E> of eectkr. 82 ; Lot 1. 2 4
SE1.
that a lnrj:" proportion of the early be five thousand ($5,000.00)) Dol- > of SW'
business house is unsystematic and ; connections with the water mains abutting N a of Lot E'i NW4 ard .
; CHEAT CAUSEWAY TO BE a settlers in Australia were convicts their respective lands on said streets and all lars, to be divided into fifty shares of of NW and SW of.OW 4. of section 33 ;

AT MIAMI irregular.In who had failed to make good joints of raid connecting pipes out to and be- the par value of One Hundred Dollars Lots 1, 2. 3, and 4. )oZ.of fractional section
CONSTRUCTED and
the public schools men yond the curbing inspected and placed in good each payment for said capital stock 35 ; Lots 1, 3. 4, 5. I.po.. and 8, or fractional
many places at 1101111'n trJ.l1a was fixed: upon by fint clas condition at the expense of the own and N'-i of NE'i, and fractional Sij
may be received in cask or in property NWI. ALL TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH
maintain commercial departments. the Rri- h government as a suitable er of said abutting hind respectively.Section 36: -
MIA Announcement is made 2. Should such property owners or real or personal, at a fair and just OF RANGE 21 EAST. .".
the United They are apt to l>e hampered by insufficient spot for outcasts luK'nuse of Its extreme either of them refuse or neglect to have said jluation therefor, to be fixed by the Lot 1. 2, 3. 4, 5. and $. or al of fractional 1st'Cton

that Major W. B. Ladue of appropriations for teaching 4' .m<-e. Although It Is now connections and joints inspected and placed in Board of Directors of this Corporation. : I; Lots 1. 2. a 4. 6, end SEL,
States of engineers Jacksonville, good first class condition within the time above or all of fractional 8 2 ; Lots 1 and 2,
corps arrival of the last COB- lon
: force, and their graduates on the wholeare years s! the provided that the board of Bond Trustees of the or fractional E'i and.lt 4. or the WV4 of

has issued a permit to Dade county not equal to those of private busi- vlot I'llustrallans are still sensI- said Town shall have said connections and Article 4. fractional section 3 ; A'| fractional section

for the construction of a causeway live aN! this objectionable ue of joints Inspected and placed in good first elans The term for which said Corporation 4 (xeept lots sold in Pan plat of Sampson
ness schools. Business men demand a condition and the said Town shall have a lien shall exist shall be City and the WL-, (,f fcW'i of SWl and a
across Biscayne Bay from Miami to of stenographic and accounting tbelr covT. Apropos. C. E. Jacomb, upon such abutting property for the cost of NinetyNineYears. parcel of land descriU>4 in deed recorded in

believed the higher grade In hisAustral Australia, tells of an said Inspection and the placing of said con book 4. page 548, vibe Public Records of
Miami is jon
Beach. It cause-
work, and usually they are nection and joints in good Tret( class condition Article 5. Bradford county Fioi4ii. and that part of
way will cost between $6OOOOOand who. In conversation with which said lien may be enforced by suit NE',4 of NW',4 lying i. rth of canal and that
willing to pay for efficiency when they a Frei. an. wound up a long and let law or in equity in any Court of competent The business of this corporation part of NW 4 of NEVti'tying north of canal ;

700000. find it.-Gainesville Sun. the excellence of jurisdiction and in aI such ease* a reasonable hall be conducted by the following of- NI: of NE 4 of SWH., Lad SW'4 of NELl of

Plans for the causeway call for a boastfn rangue on attorney's fee shall be recoverable by the said ficers: A President, Secretary and SE>4 of Section I; N'V, of NEU of Section
his coi men by saying, 'fre are Town in addition to the cost of such inspection board of three directors 11 ; N'- of NEV4 snd.f'of SW4 of Nt4.
Treasurer and
structure 100 feet wide and nearly DEMAND FOR FLORIDA BOYS. the bv- :hwen race in the world." and repair. a and Nty of NW>4, infl A'K, of SW>4 of NW4
three miles long. There will be a Section 3. That after the pacing of any tha office of Secretary and Treas- and M:, of SE'i of N.VU of Section 12 ; ALL
"True; urmured the Frenchman. street or streets of said Town is completed and urer may be held by one and the same IN TOWNSHIP 7, E'iTH OF RANGE 21

division for foot passengers, one for "You most carefully chosen kjjlinh accepted by said Town such water connectionsand person, said board of directors may be EAST. :J
vehicles. It will doubtless be a surprise to joints aforesaid shall be repaired only upon NI/J of NW%. nei-SW'.i of NW'4. and
a street car line, and one for the l heat < Judgas. the terms and conditions as may hereafterbe changed from time to time by an
SWU of Section 6. Tf nship 7, orRANGE
of the Sun that firms
It
Twelfthand from the north are scouring Floridafor said Town Council but, in no case shall such no time be less than Three nor EST.Cntaining tho'MFd (4,000)) acres mon. I
mile north of ,t 'Strange at All.
street about
the'J'avinlt
one repairs be made hereafter after of
The directors shall or cash. paying for ti-
I than Seven.
111. Ter
more
will land the peninsula at Fifth the purpose of securing young Mrs. \ -efcr's family and tHe new said street or .ttrec'e without the raid abutting tle. .lhue .
on stockholders each
be elected the at
to work in shops. A sample of l discussed property owner or owners shall first pa* into I by A. V. LONG. !
men baby v eing freely by
street, following.ihe ship channel most the treasury of the said Town a sufficient annual meeting, an all other officersof 7-T-5t. Special Muter.NOTICE. .
work done in that line is the their n live neighbor."Isnt amount of to and suchportions t
of the the spoil bank of ttM the being money replace repair this corporation shall be elected an- --. -
way, the of Par- trange they didn't name the of said aveintnt as may be necessary the directors 1 -
fact that an agent of firm nually by board of as -
in such to .
to
injure making repairs
forming remote or
channel now being thrown up I Notice is hereby : that the undersigned
g"o
rich uncle said
baby a' tier one. be after the annual
said connections connections and soon as meet-
rish & Bingham, manufacturers of auto or joints or may .
will apply to the I'<*rd of Pardons of the '
the base of the causeway. "No; ooked at it and said he'd joints. i'g of the stockholders. The annual .
Ohio State of Florida f>r pardon for the crime
accessories Cleveland recently .
There will be 2,000 feet of piling ateach I give tt $15.600 not to.-Ldppln- Section 4. All ordinances and rarts of ordinances .. meeting of the stockholders shall beheld of shooting into a -filing for which I was '
in herewith
conflict
hereby
end of the causeway, providing secured no Itss than one hun- cott' are repeabd. on the First Monday of Januaryof convicted at the fall teem of the Circuit Court,

for the dred and fifty young men at Zolfo and E. S. :MATTHEWS. each' year or at a time to be fixed .1915. in Bradford C.\ty, Florida.
of it is believed BOB
plenty space, President of Town Council. ', .l. CRAWFORD.
immediate vicinity. These men Needed y the by-laws. Until the officers to :
tide to wash in and out. Draw spans young Aif'iflg."Wnr Attest: C A. FIJ fCH. be elected at the first annual meeting ; -
MASI
week the lie with ?" da- Town Clerk. E"S
have already spent one as matter you SALE
are to be provided at each end of the Paired by a majority vote of the Town Council ; shall be elected and qualified the business Notice is hereby t i,en and byvirtue t
work and one of ttem wrote his man'ltH 0 --iu hotly. "I'w got a right of a final dece. of foreclosure, made
the of the 9th day of June, A. D. 191B. of this corporation shall be con-
causeway to permit passage father that he had made $19.50 as : to air i Minions haven't I?" C. A. FUTCH. i I lucted by the following officers and entered in a cl.r.,1 cause pending in the
vessels from of the bay to Town Clerk. : Circuit Court of ; of Bradford County .
one part
.
wages during the week and that he "Oh. .1 ii' wHirse. replied Brightly."Theyr' Approb7 me this 14th day of June A. R. R. Thede, President. on the Chancery lid.- 9f said court, wherein
the other. q n stale and they cer- Thede Vice The American Trust corporation.
The musty D. 1914. C. F. HOOVER. 0. President. ompsny. a
While the bay is now spanned by was delighted with the job. agent tainly in1.. lie is G. W. Johns hiswife.
stated that he expected to return to complainant fni and
the Collins bridge, the beach has beCOme ;\ Press. BILL FO RFORECLOSURE. Treasurer. .. Alter Johns are defendants the undersigned
of Miami's Florida about once a month and recruit I, \tid the said R. R. Thede, 0. Thede, as Special Msf>rr. will sell before the
such Important part In Circuit Court. fth Judiciaf Cirtuit of
an
James T. court house door of County. Florida,
at least one hundred young men Florida. Bradford County. and Moore Directors. UI'dfor
development that a more permanent Quite a Difference. on Monday. August iA between the leva
between it and the for positions in northern cities. This Ethelk told me that be never14wet1 W. G. Seals I Article 6. hours of sale t ;, highest and best Udder -
connection
vs
The highest amount of indebtednessor for cash the follawing described real estate -
wilt afford an outlet for surplus labor unv. one before. Marie-Well, Sarah E. Young. Ellen S. Young.Altnl" .
and situated and in Bradford
city is considered most desirable, M. Young. Cornelius '! liability to which this corporation bc county
which accumulated since excuse for saying BO, dear, but be I described as .. :
has our own folo. ,
the government permit will make such Annie E. Young, J. H. Yoanlo'j' can at any time subject itself shall be Southwest quarter iif the southeast
industries have been closed down, and and I were eogaged. EtW-Oh. Inez I. Pollard and the S. 1 he sum of Fifteen Thousand ($15- and the southeast iHsrter of the south quarter week
a thing '
possible.The
these young men will send large sums I didn x him about engagements. bard Company, a corporation.Bill for Foreclosure. COO.OO) Dollars. quarter of Section Feen and the northwest

county has-been given a stripof I only '1 him about lovjt-Boston Notice to Appear. The names and residence of the sub- quarter of the nert.\3t quarter cf Section
back into the state and thus
of money Twenty-two all in ttnniship Six. South of
land having 500 feet of riparian Trans*- The State of Florida to Sarah E.: Youtxr.E'len cribing incorporators together with
relieve the financial strain. Of courseit S. Young Agnes M. Young. Cornelius Range 20 East Cl7..iag ohe h'JI.dn andtwenty
the for fol,1's
land amount subscribed
rights which as -
300 feet deep, on to I are acres more ot less ; all
and Annie
Young E. Greetirg
Young, :
means application and hard workto : and singular the tton.>nts. hereditaments mid
the causeway at Fifth street, the beach The Gusher. It having been shown by affidavit that the in
hold the position, but it is worth S. Young I R. R. ThedP, Lawtey, Florida, Twen- appurtenances thtrer'belonging or tny
land companies being the donors. "Wh I gusher In an oil geld? Defendants Sarah E. Young Ellen wise appertaining.The .
the effort and the wages are ;1)Jl1.- Agnes M. Young, Comeliuss Young and A.- five shares. above properti will be sold t< sat.sfy:
Th. who writes the -
prospectus nie E. Young are non-residents of the State of 0. Thede, Lawtey, Florida, ten the final dt'C1 in abuit ease and cwts. T"ns

Whenever You Need General Tonic Gainesville Sun.IISSDDIEE.A. ." i he who had beei stung.Rim Florida and that the residence of said defendants 'hares. cash purchaser f.lil for tit...
Sarah E Young Ellen S. Young AgrM. < JOHNS. p
Take Grove'sThe ai Age-Herald. Young and Cornelius Young reside in the James T. -Moore, Lawtey, Florida, E\nE in Chancery.A. .
Spl-l utt
Old Standard Grove's Tasteless new company, city of Sel-na County cf Dallas, and Stat. 'ifteen shares. V. LONG. -
.. Alabama, and that the defendant Annie E. R. R. THEDE, for Complainant 7.'.5t. -
chill Tr ',taee of riches remains Solicitor
Tonic is equally valuable as a known as the Kissimmee Oil Companyhas Yours i is a r-i ient of the town of Lizelle 0. THEDE -, $-
General Tonic because it contains the and will with I I |.>rocured them. not with the State o' Georgia and that there is ,
been organized shortly JAMES T. MOORE. Piles Cured ta 6 to 14 Days
well known tonic properties QUINEs Band tlw hl'lr IH..nn. person in the State of Florida service of *'
IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drivu resume the work of boring for oil on poena '"rn '*..monld bind said defends tate of Florida, Yojr druggist wiJ: 'ffund money if KA7O
either of them and that said defendant, OINTMENT fails to S ure any case cf lubicf, ,
or Bradford SS.
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood andBuilds the east shore of Lake Tohopekaliga, Drive 0 alarla, Builds Up System are over the age of twenty-one years. 'ounty of B'ird.BleedingorI'rclTidiniPilfiin! tol4di ij. jJ

up the Whole System. SO cents time The Old i general treogtheninff toslc, Before me, a Notary Public in and (- -- .islcati r al F.t f'-_
The '
which was begun some ago. It if therefore ordered considered and a- said County and State "to ,
personally
GROVE ELESS chill TONIC,dri'e. out judged that the said defendants Sarah ir ,
You get all the important national, new concern is to be incorporated at Malaria. r tbeblood.aodbuitdgupthelYetim. Young Elien' !S. Young. Agnes M. Young. Cor 'peared R. R. Thede, 0. Thede and Read the Teles a year.

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PAM EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY JULY' 7, 1916.


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..\ 1 person or animal had been bitten by
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.: the dog, so far as known. xe j

;.. Rev. Wm. Malphurs has been
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called to the pastorate of the Pine o .
1 Level church. lie will preach Saturday J

1 Qa Cans Cans (tomorrow) and Sunday at the i i

(.. il usual hours. Plumbing Supplies 'J

Mr. Lee Hattiw anger and family,

t'; .' I of Gainesville, are visiting Mrs. Walter J ,<
: Underhill, Mrs. Hattiwanger's sis
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{ i H i : ter.! . .0. 'II Toilets i :

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. I Have In Stock No. 2 and No. 3 Packers Cans. 1> IL\ IPTOX.I J : t 1

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1: I I '!- 440004040040 I I Lavatories i 1. .

I ,@ Mrs. N. T. King and Mrs. J. II. Swil-I' r

t. I leyof Tampa, are visiting m ,
and friends here this week. I

1\1\ Miss Ina Alderman, of Lake But @) Bath Tubs

.E DeWitt C Jones i ler, spent:: the week end with her sis- I H 0 -i

ter, Mrs. A. A. Futch. : .

,. Hardware, Paints and Oils. Plumbing and Electric Wiring. Mrs. Spencer, of Jacksonville, spent Smks i etc.PRICES
t 1 Sunday with her mother, Mrs. V. K.Prevatt. i : '

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f A number of our young people
I 000 0 000 the Fourth at Lake Geneva and i
spent
I I' ATi A:33Ai: >:: .?**. <* **. .dk TVS KrS* report a most enjoyable time. I RIGHT : fi

i The ball game Hampton against I .

I week, returning home Saturday.Mrs. Alachua played on the diamond hereon II v

B. M. Wilson spent last Friday: the afternoon of the Fourth, rev i

visiting friends at Raiford.Mr. suited in a score of twelve to six in ,

Jim Byrd, of Sumner Fla., i is favor of Hampton.The I o'j

County News Items spending some time with his father Children's Day exercises at the Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. o. J
: Mr. F. M. Byrd, this week. Christian church Sunday night was I:

Mr. Claud Adkins, of Gainesville, well attended and has been highly

was in town Sunday visiting his parents complimented. I I11' I ,. "The Happy Home Builders" 5 0 r
Interes rtnf facts Gathered During the Week by Our
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Adkins. :\ and Mrs. A. A. Futch spent the

Regular Correspondent Mrs. Frank Moore and daughter, Fourth with Mrs. Futch's parents, :\11'.I ., 0

Thelma, of Jacksonville, are visiting and Mrs. G. W. Alderman, at Lake

ar Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Moore and familythis Butler. l r@r( rSr I
6 '! X4040004000000 I was 3 to 1 in favor of Lawtey. week. Mr. C. P. Sasser of Valdosta, attended I b

0 Quite a large number of the Lawtey Mr. Ellsworth C. Harper is spending services at the Christian church

LAWTEY. folks attended the ball betweenthe the first part of the week in Gainesville : Sunday.

<(0'$, '!' r0000000040m00Mrs. 0 Starke club and a club game from Jacksonville with his father, Mr. J. E. Harper, Mrs. Mary Geiger has returned froma @@@@@ @@@@@@@@II@t

on the Fourth. returning home Wednesday. pleasant visit in Atlanta.
E. E. Burney and her two little Quite crowd from M. L. Watterson, popular
Deputy Sheriff Cameron of Starke, a here spent Sunday our druggist
children left Monday for Bishop- at has had his Ford cut l I
was in Lawtey Tuesday on business. Worthington Springs.A touring car JOB PRINTING
vile! S. C., where they will spend several very large crowd from here spent down and transformed into a "Skele

days as guests of Mrs. Burney's A HACKING COUGH WEAKKNSTHE the glorious Fourth at WorthingtonSprings. ton" of the latest model. @ ;

parents, Elder V. R. Skipper. SYSTEM T. W. Scott, telegraph operator at b @

Ilavid Reddish left last Friday for Don't suffer with a hacking cough Growers of cantaloupes and melons the Union depot, left Tuesday for @ \ ;

Tannersville Ga., where he has secured that has weakened your system-get around Lake Butler making Meredith where he has accepted a similar @)
are preparations .
a position. a bottle of Dr. King's New Discoveryin for the beginning of the position. :Mr. Scott has made t @ P :
Mr!. Annie Talley, of Atlanta, Ga., use over 40 :years, and benefiting shipping many friends here, who regret to lose @ :
season. Despite the weatherthe
is a guest at the home of Mayor and to all who use it, the soothing pine dry @
Mrs. W. F. Godwin. Mrs. Godwin is balsam with tar heal the irritated air crops are considered good. him.Next Neatly and Artistically @

a daughter of Mrs. Talley.Mr. passages-soothes the raw spots I I Hollis Knight of Starke is spending i I Tuesday, July 11th, will be the @ IJ "1 Done...Give : -
loosens the mucous and prevents racking ] several days with his little friends,.I II city primary here, and the interestpromises Us Trial! @
A. M. Blanchard was transacting the body with coughing. Dr. I Hal and J. E. Maines this week. to rival that of the democrat @ A .
business in Jacksonville last: Sat New induces ic @
King's Discovery natural Mrs. Alice Langford was a visitorat primary.Mrs.

, urday. sleep and aids nature to cure you.s'000000J00400. 2 Jasper the first part of this week. James Durden, of Tampa, i is @
Mr. rnd Mrs. John Teston of Jacksonville @) :
Mr. Willie Williams who has been visiting relatives here. ,
} were visiting relatives here @
, last:: week. working for some time in Jackson- @

, Mr. .{eason Lastinger and children 4 LITTLE SPRINGS. vine has again accepted a position in X04 004040000000' @ Srabfori !
0GRAHA flJmmty
returned last week from Daytona after 0 4 the barber shop in our city. I. wrlrgrnpI, @
4.44044000400004The 4 Mr. J. W. Townsend purchased a five
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- spending about two weeks there .
with relatives.Mr. crops are all doing very well I passenger Ford car last week, making @

Enoch Griffis returned home on around recent wet Little weather.Springs, considering the a a trip few in days his car stay to with Orange his Springsfor family 1 The 004040000004044 farmers are busy since the: @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@

. last Saturday from and business and rains began plowing cotton and plant- t
There were regular preaching ser who ?re spending the summer months
r pleasure trip to New York City. inv potatoes.

I'\ visiting Mr. J.in C.different Cone and portions family of Georgia were vices Sunday at Sardis, which church were last well Saturdayand attend there.The fifty mile motor routes were W.We Dyal are is glad improving.Mr. to report. that Mr. 0. i WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL? I 1 1UNIVERSITY

ed. put on here last aid
Saturday are
last week in their Ford car. Dock Hilliard has been I OF FLORIDA
FLORID.STA'U
Mrs. James Each and every one cordially invited making:: good. There are two routes quite COLLEGE FOR. J
Lowery is visiting relatives sick, but is better. Gainesville
in Glen to come out and be at Sunday from the Lake Butler postoffice and of WOMEN ;,
St.Iar
's last Satur Mrs. Dan Thomas died
drool next Sunday at 10:13; a. m. course the farmers on these routes on the 30th Investigate Advantages Before TallahasseeAn ,

day.Mr.. (;. C. Wooten returned home Little Springs school began on tho are glad to see such an improvement of Mr.June.C. II. Choosing Your College institution of the highest rank for
of
2 last Sunday from McRae, Ga., where move with his famly to New York. 400: students from 51 Florida counties ,
she has Prof. A. B. Shaw and Miss Delah tag('. admn-I I 589 students from 52 Florida counties
been and 21
spending several weeks Mrs. states and foreign countries
Georgia Stone has
with itlativcs.Mr. Ilicllinpr and Miss Gertrude Thomas :Mr. Thomas Rivers i i"i:itil gone to 1913-1C.; Total I and 11 states 1915-10.. Total 818 including
spend" the week with 818 including Sumner
as assistants. uncli- and aunt, Mr. and ) her daughters at Summer School. Write at
[ lrt' F. :\1.Ii'rs School. once
and Mrs. Rosa L. Harman, of Hastings. Write at once for catalog.A. :
Jacksonville ,Everyone rports a big time on the in our city this week. j' for Catalog.
were visitors to Lawtey I Mr.V.. A. .
the first of the week. Fouith. :Mr. J. II. Marshburn is making a : to Graham.Mr. Barry., of Tampa, has returned MURPHREE, Pres. EDWARD rnXRADI, Pres.

I :\11Ed Schunk left last;; Saurdayfsi Just a little patience, dear readers, trip to Georgia for a few days. I J. C. has "
Barry --
Cleveland, Ohio, where he will more news from Little Springs next Mr. Ernest Wells, of Lawtey, was Elder J. B. Crews will bought preach a Ford.at 0 =0o = 10=0- 'O= :%0=I o
week. in our city part of
Saturday and Sun-
spend the summer months. He will 1 Graham; every first Sunday. TRADE MARK REGISTERED

I probably\ return about the first part day.Mrs. Mr. J. K. Bevill 0
of next year. I .00 0..1 Sarah E. Douglass made a attended the association -
pleasant trip to her home folks of growers at Starke Satur PHOSLIME
at
.Mr? Ed Plumous and cnnaren
spent LAKE UUTLEIt. 4 Dukes fi
last week at Kingslcy lake. ., Sunday.Mr. day.A
4 marriage took place at Graham
T. I'.
:\11'5.1.. M. Fryer and Mrs. J. II.Moore's <$, < v ?v '!> ,j> >$% > $* <> <$> Q Q Ada, are at home this week, O
Sunday school class of boys, ':\11';;. Harry J. Higgins:: of Gainesville after nolds and Miss Ethel Starling were O
accompanied by their teachers, enjoyed i is the spending:: some" time very pleasantly united in p D
guest of her sister, Mrs. marriage in the of I
with :Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Jonesat presence o __ _
a picnic at Kingsley lake last CORN=-=7-= =
Fri- Seeker King this week, and will leavein :\Iicanop11' )'. many relatives and friends. Elder J.I .!: =- 0

day.Mr. a very short time for Baltimoreon :\ Percy Rivers is back R. Bevill officiated. Good luck to the
W. N. :\Iillingreturned home again aftera
a visit to her home folks. young couple. I
last week from Manatee where he has pleasant trip to several of our state "PHOSLIME has
Mr. Albert Henderson, of Albany, cities. given better yields on CORN than
been employed for several months. Ga., ,
was greeting old friends here ---
Mr. A. A. Smith spent Sunday atKingsley Sunday.Mr. art I Dr., of Seeker this King city'left: and Mr.last II. J. Stew- + + + + +-*-+ -+-+ -+-+ -+-+-+- -+ -+ o any other source of Phosphoric Acid"o
lake. Saturday
Brady Markey, who holds + + n
from IMMEDIATE n
avery
Mr?:. W. II. McCormick, cf Gainesville Jacksonville on the steamship o DELIVERY
responsible position with the {CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING o
Somerset for Atlantic
the Beach, N. J.,
was last
guest Saturday and 1 Lijrgett-Myers Tobacco! Co., is Prices F. 0. B. Phoslime
Sunday of her sister, Mrs. A. A. several days with spending to attend the Witham Bankers Asso- + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Fla., In Bags
friends and relatives
Smith. ciation. They will visit places FOR SALE Row .
here this many boat, new one. Jay
week.
I
Mr. and Mrs. \\,. II. Parker and I Mrs.: A. Franklin and brother before" returning home. They expectto S. Brown. CARLOAD LESS THAN CARLOAD
I Roy \l.e
Mrs. C. gone about fifteen days.
J. Tea
for Chicaqro. 111.re left They a few will days ago' Phillips! and children of High Springs, Mrs. Coia :Marshburn and little son FOR SALE:-King.-Iey:: lake propertyand o $9.00 Per Ton $10.00 Per Ton o

return here in the fall. probably who are enroute to Glen St. Marys, ere visiting friends and relatives here launch. Jay S. Brown. O D _.,- D
made
short
a stop with )Ir. and Mrs. ----
this week. O
Mr. T. J. Terry and family were P.. E. TO TIL-\IJE-tO WRITE FOR BOOKLET
Dell last Saturday.Miss acres of land to trade f
visitors to Jacksonville: one day last:: Miss Hattie Feinberg, of Dunnellon, for automobile, ?; mile
i Jade Parrish from Gra- FLORIDA
several
0 week. They made the trip in their days in Raiford last week spent the was a visitor to her brother, Mr. B. ham. J. C. Barry, Graham. C-lC-tf. SOFT PHOSPHATE & LIME COMPANY '
guestof Feinberg, of
new Ford. our city this week. BOX 462
:Miss Nannie Andrews.Mr. I Rev. A. J. Holt FOR SALE-One Ford touring OCA LA, FLAoloo.
of
:Mi-s Bessie McCormick, of Gainesville Kissimmee will car, .
: C. F. Rivers left one good horse. D. *
for
C.
Sunday hold a special series Jones, Starke .oco..ocor
of
is meetings hereat (
spending a few this :: 'OCOxcOCo
days weekat
Murphy X. C. (G-30-tf.
for a visit with his sis the
Baptist;; church. ---
the home A .
of her uncle and aunt, ter. very large ,
y. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Smith. I Willie and l Raiford and much interested meeting expected. FOR SALE Milch[ cow, yearling- -and- ,. .'S. .. .;.. t" ;.;" .! ..> {
Epperson of .
the .
K- Mr. Enoch Everybodyhas a cordial invitation 9 month old calf .
Griflfis and family, :Mrs Sta'e Farm at once. Jay S. .,
are visiting friends and < Full
V. R. Reddish and family and :Mr. O. relatives v ... to attend each and everyone of Biown's. I Supply, of
this week.Mrs. ._
those services.Mr. -- M.f R. Davis
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L. Thomas and -
family enjoyed a fish Henry: C. FOR ; COFFINS AND
C:1r'rho has SALE CASKETS
been I Schell Carver has -Horse and buggy, or will /
fry on the shore of Sampson lake last "! i just receiveda <*>
;
visiting: here for several dan. was I line of the consider a trade for Ford.
Friday new latest a S.
? : Jay
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PvPnInr styles: in the
:Mr. Isom Reddish and I called! to her old home at Lakeland on jewelry line which will add very muchto Brown. t & Company | All Sizes nc-Qualities!
family of
account of the
4 I death of Mr. J. L. Hill. his shop. +:
Plant City, are visiting relative- in The Lake Butler FOR SALE-Young mule Always on Hand
Lodge No. 52, F. Mr. Dickson wagon,
and near Lawtey for a few days. & A. M. let Moore has been some harness, farming tools --.-
the contract for the will sell at INSURANCE
remodeling what indisposed for the I II
Mr. Murray Hagan of Lake Cit- of the Masonic hall to Mr. but still past few days a bargain. D. T. Clark Starke. I PRICES REASONABLEJ.
is manages to be the .
this on
a guest week at the home of I). F. Floyd, which is o.tt. 7-7-2t. l
nearing :
completion
his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. T. J'I I and will add a great deal to the- X44 44 a44 + t4 FOR SALE-One ]I Starke C. CONE
Terry. Jersey
cow and six Florida '
looks of the lot and building. It will 4 4 months old heifer calf. I :-: f Lawtey. ilorida'
Mr. D. R. Edwards Cow gives
of
Starke
was be *
one of the latest
colonial style of PINE LEVEL. *' 4 gallons mlk; days. J. T. 4 +H4"i w I
a business visitor to Lawtey Tuesday.The lodge halls. 0 A> ley. per 6-30-tf.Quig Mfi+i1s !+t+"sMi iN ; -

revival services which are be- -Dr. King has $ + < .?s/v'0404444444

ing conducted at the M. E. church, paint put on the just inside hadtwo of the coats Tomlin-of I Wednesday night a bulldog owned FOR SALE-Comfortable house with if 773t.taken at once. Mrs. Jay S. Brown. STRAYED-Small, rawboned red and

South will continue through this week son-Maines Drug Co's. by Sam Nichols kept prowling around : eight rooms and bath and 5U acre white male motherless calf unraark-

and probably longer. adds much to the attraction store and, which the Underhill settlement and showed I lot in Hampton. Reasonable terms. LOST-3-year old, dun colored steer- ed. Reward for information.: Mrs.

A baseball team from Raiford came of the popular Rexall store. beauty unmistakable signs of being afflicted Write Mrs. Annie E. Young, Hamp white spot in face and ; M. A. Baisden, Sta.'t ke. It.
x ton Fla. on right
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over here with crowd of with hydrophobia. At break of day 3-31-tf. -
a rooters to Miss Mildred Carmichael, of St. J. L. Underhill flank; marked crop split underbitin Come every day, Jijly 10 to 22, and
show the Lawtey team how to play George, Ga., the gathered a party, FOR SALE-House and lot and find bargains. Brown's} :
was guest of Miss armed with 2 one ear and crop split in the oth 772tTon .
ball. They went home shotguns and trailed the
sad.
The vacant
score Grace lots known "
Mrs. --
t Waldrup for several days last dog. He was found and killed. No I I I Hull's home. Bargain as of a lifetime L. C. er. Reward for information to E. L. get all the imjLrtant national

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