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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 14, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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<** VOLUME 38. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1916. NUMBER 2. 1 ii

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i i COUNTY TO ACCEPT PROMISSORY STEPS TOWARD OPENING CONFER I DESERTION FROM DE FACTO FORCES.i\i.




f NOTE OF $5,750 FROM THE STATE ENCES IN MEX. CRISIS POSTPONEDACTING BRINGS POSSIBILITY OF NEW% CRISIS :


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; < Petition Asking For Bridge to, SCHOOL BOARD SECRETARY POLK AND AMBASSADOR ARREDONDO TOWN COUNCIL-- Thousands of-Cajranzistas Go- '

I Cross Santa Fe River Into
I HAVE INFORMAL DISCUSSION BUT ABSENCE OF ing to Villa and Bandit is

Alachua Was Continued. ASSIGN TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONS FROM DE FACTO GOVERNMENTIS MET WEDNESDAY Gaining Strength Fast t

:1 CAUSING DELAY-NO
DEFINITE
: REVENUES FROM ALL FUNDS STEPS. --Y

-_ BORDER OFFICIALS SEE AD- ;
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ESTIMATED TO BE $2,050 L. R. Green Appointed Princi- WASHIXGTOX, July lO.-Actinj::: Secretary Polk of the State Depart- Action Cow DITIONAL COMPLICATIONS
on Ordinance laid
F ment and Eliseo Arredondo Mexican
ambassador
t ; designate, conferred tonal i
Board Established Part of Lake pal at Hampton With Two day briefly, but in the absence of fort instructions to the ambasssadorwere Over Until Next Meetingof t
,
I Assistants. from Gen. Carranza no definite steps taken toward If Carranza is Overthrown and Pre ;
: Butler Road-Col.! A. V. Long Appointed beginning the pro- the Council.The
posed negotiations for settlement of d tferences between: the two govern- dictions are Made that Villa Will
'. to Defend County in Suits' i

Brought Against Board for NonPayment -I' Board met pursuant to adjournmenton ments.The conference was informal tall c and followed the ambassador's visits city council met in adjourned Attain the Ascendency Within 60 v r

of Bills Presented. ent.July 3rd, with all members pres- t othe department with further from his government regarding the session July 5th, 101i, with the following Days-Officials Tear Carranza Can- j

I' operations of Villa bands near Carral itos, Mexico. The de facto authori- members present.J. not Carry out Promises.EL .
, Minutes of last meeting read and ties, Mr. Arredondo said, had obtaine 1:more definite information to the ef- W. Andrews, Jr., S. A. Bryan, J. ..
Board of County Commissioners met approved. feet that the bands were headed town)rd Boqi'illas or some point near therer W. White, J. C. Wills. ----:

at the court house Monday, July 3rd, Patrons of the Providence school on the Texas border. The ambassadoi renewed the warning previouslys Upon motion :Mr.: White acted as PASO, Texas, July ll.-Whole- !

1916, and was called to order by Chair- submitted a disagreement on the selection I given to American military and save: assurances that Carranzak chairman pro tem. sale desertions and mutiny within the

man J. B. Crews at 10 o'clock a. m., of a principal for their school. troops would make every effort to the the attempted raid. Minutes of the last meeting were army of the de facto government is 1

with all members present to-wit: S. The board referred the matter back to Villa Xot MentionedThe --------'.-.- --- _- read and approved.Mr. becoming alarming in the northern i
T. Howling, A. H. Williams,.D. W. the trustees and patrons.The substance of the message was Andrews, chairman of the street part of Mexico and the prediction is t

Pinholster and J. L. Underbill. trustees of Heilbronn school appeared forwarded to Gen. Funston. It contained AUTHORITIESFIGHTING committee, presented deed from A. M. being freely made that within CO days

Minutes of last meeting read and before the board on a disagreement no estimate of the bandit forces Darby to one acre land for installing Francisco Villa will again attain the

approved. of a choice of principal, and made no mention of Villa I a septic tank. The deed vas approved ascendency in the war-torn republic.In I

'. Bond of M. J. Sapp for Justice of which was settled by the recommendation himself. I and the clerk instructed to have any event it is predicted that Vil-
'-(; the Peace for election district No. 10 of the trustees of L. A. Davis for The ambassador also assured Mr. INFAN- same recorded. la will shortly be in control of the .

i, and bond of Lonnie Summers for not principal, Rossie Rosier andIiss Polk that the searching of Mexican Scrip was ordered drawn in favorof northern part of the republic and that {

; ary public were approved. Johnson for assistants. sailing vessel near Guaymas by offi. Mr. Darby for $150 in full settle- the border guard will again have cause
Resolution presented to the board Boatdrain trustees asked that A. J. cers from an American gunboat had TILE PARALYSIS ment for the above land. to be constantly on ,the alert to pre- .

and adopted as follows: Griffis he assiened to their school with- been satisfactorily explained.Mr. Mr. Bryan made a motion and Mr. vent further incursions into this; coun- .

Whereas, we have been informed by out any assistant. A. J. Griffis was Arredondo momentarily is ex- Wills seconded said motion, allowing)) try.Villa's t
our attorney employed by this board assigned at a salary of $65 per month. pecting the word from his government Night Marshal Burnsed a vacation of rapid ascension to power in t

under resolution to collect certain By petition the following teacherswere which will make it possible to begin JAX. HEALTH OFFICERS TO ten days. Motion carried allowing some sections already threatens to I

money due this county upon railroad assigned to the following schools the diplomatic negotiations now open KEEP SCOURGE OUT STATE Mr. Burnsed vacation on full pay. give a new twist to: diplomatic rela-
bonds now held by said county and Hampton-L. R. Green, principal; by both sides. The state departmenthad The ordinance prohibiting the roam- tions in that Carranzk will not be ableto

aggregating the sum of $3,750.00, thatan Mamie Pinholster and Ada. Nimmo, as- no intimation &:, to the form ing of cows on the streets of StarkeWPS carry out his premise to conserve
offer has been made to other coun- sistants. which would be followed, though the All Children Under Six Years Arriving lM ught up for discussion. Said peace along the entire border if this 1

ties to which the State of Florida is Pine Hill-Carl Scaff and Edna Bax- delay was taken to mean that a formal by Boat or Train Will Be ordinance laid over to the next regular country will but Withdraw troops t

similarly indebted to execute and de- ter. joint conference might be proposed Examined in Jacksonville. meeting.Mrs. from the soil of Mexico. )

liver to said counties a promissory Pine Grove-Edith Townsend. rather than a series of informal talks Wells was allowed a widow's Mexican authorities at Juarez de- 1

note for such indebtedness.!' That Johnstown-Bessie McGruder. between Mr. Polk and Mr. Arredondo, exemption on taxes for 1915, and scrip clare that nothing hs been heard of

1 T' whereas other counties have accepted Dowling-Alga Thomas. the procedure favored here as makingfor JACKSONVILLE. July 12.-Fear- was ordered drawn for reimbursementof 3,000 Carranzistas wfco were engaged f

r. such evidence of indebtedness, there- Swift Creek-Sarah Jordan. quick action. ing that the scourge of infantile pa- same. with Villistas near Corralitos Satur- I

fore be it resolved, That we, the said I Futch Mrs. Perkins. Improper Care Denied ralysis, which is now raging in New Bill of the Bradford County Tele- day. The Carranzista: have seemingly

,1 board of County Commissioners of I Rosier-Elisha Wilkinson. Published reports that National York City, may spread beyond that graph for printing and publishing disappeared and it feared: here that

,. Bradford County, Florida, in regular Brannen-D. W. G. Martin. Guardsmen mobilized for border duty city, Jacksonville health authoritieshave laid over to next meeting.The they have gone: over to the Villistas.

i session assembled to hereby instruct Liberty-Shep Hodges. were not being properly fed were de- decided to take sufficient precau- following bills were paid: -- <,C'
said A. V. to Nebo-Roland Anderson. nied in war department statement tions to the disease General Fund
i'Ir attorney Long, accept a prevent being
'! Providence Mrs. Fannie Martin M. E. S. :lfatthl'ml'm council __ __ 3.00J. ,EL PASO, Texas, July 11.-Mexican ,
1 said promissory note payable to the issued during the day. brought here. Dr. C. E. Terry __ uu
city W. Andrews do ______ _____ 300 authorities in Chihuahua I
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said county of Bradford in a sum 'Richard, :Mrs.: Lon Summers. "Although no official complaint to health officer, said yesterday that he & A. Bryan do _______nnu____._ 2.no City believe -
I Starke (Col)-0. A. Jenkins, :M.: D. received it said J. W while do _u_____-______ _____ 3.00 that Villa is directing, if not actually -
did -
4t equal to amount of indebtedness due this effect has been not expect the disease to get here, J. C. Will do u.___________________ 1.00A leading the bandits in their
iif us upon said railroad bonds payable 'Paul, Josie Keller. "the war department has investigatedthese but on the other hand every effort S. Crews treas salary uunun 7-50 op-
; ( t Randolph-Albert Dubose. instances and would be Silas Kite salary and fees ____ 5600 erations in Southern Chihuahua, according -
to said county of Bradford in accord- alleged can report made to keep it out. No uu -
Shaw Ed urns.salary and fw ____ __ 53.00 I to an American: in close touch
B. Gertrude
ance with the settlement accepted by ;I Little Springs-A. them absolutely unfounded. Every- quarantine has been established, but Frank Ilurnsrd Fpial officer __un_u___ 1.50C. with Mexican affairs uho
the other counties. : Thomas, Delie Beilling. where the troops are being excellently it has been decided to examine all F. Hnovrr mayor's fees __un_- 12.00 reached the
i Brooker-Eunice Hazen Mildredj C. A. Futeh clerk's fees _________ ___ 13.63: border from the state capital today.
Done and ordered this the 3rd day j j cared for and the men themselves haveno children under the age of six years Johns Furn. Co. 1 box shells ____u_u_ ..50Dr I He said that General Trevino
I--t of July, A. D. 191G. i j Crosby, Loca Johnson. Principal not complaints to make. Such rumors arriving either by train or boat from <,w Co. mayor's docket _un___ : com-
selected. and Starke Tel. Co. phone rent ______n____ manding the government troops in <
alarm the the Nortfc. .Ji
: CREWS parents
;; J. B. unjustifiably A. E. Mmtt repnirinK and iiaintinprhose 1.50)j Northern Mexico has
Chairman, ?v ard of County Commis- I Brooks" -X. W. Hall. relatives of the militiamen and act as All children found to be, suffering cart _.______ _____ _________ that received official
11th, 1H! ( Starke Hwil Co. chair ottoms, reports before the clash at Jimi-
sioners' of Bradford County, Florida. July a deterrent upon recruiting. from any degree of fever will he segregated uun_ 1.15 ,
Pnnk of Starke frt on disinfectant ___ .IS 66 nez the Villa forces captured and sack-
4 The following petition presented to Board met pursuant to adjournment and watched for several days. Mrs. M. E. Wells refund of tapes __ 4.00
and with all members present. Dr. W. I.. Wall fire chief _____ ____n___ fi.Ofl ed the town of Diaz, several miles to t
the board signed by A. J. Nimmo May Work Out Patrol Terry explained that there was E. B. !Shipnoan fireman ____uu__________ _.OO the north, and cut off ;the ears: nf the
It
SAX ANTONIO. Tex., July 10I .- little danger of the disease reachingthi I ;
(Continued on Page G.) ( Continued on Page 4.) I Without formal agreement it appeared scity because of the fact that proI (Continued on Page 4.) (Continued Froni Page 1.) 1 1I

i probable today that the plan of a I plo did not travel southward in the
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L1 WORLD'S FIRST UNDERSEA CARGO I I joint proposed guarding by Gen.of the Fun border>ton and country Gen. |I Bummer Thom! tim arriving?. by train will be examined THOUSANDS HOMELESS ANDDEATH !

i Scott during their conferences at El at the t'nion :station. T1'inspectors -

Paso might be worked out by officeri will take their temperatures :

t BOAT ARRIVES BALTIMORE PORT I I of commanding'the international troops on line.opposite Gen. sirs Refl I'carefully.and otherwise The steamers examine may them be :stopped most- I LIST GROWING IN WAKE\ OF STORM

at Mayport quarantine station and
I I at El Paso already has discussed with I II
i I Gen. Gonzales a plan of cooperative aT of the children: examined. I .

GOETHALS WILL RESIGN work and Cai't. A. V. Anderson, commanding State authoritins have also decided -
Fleet CATTS MAY RUN
Eludes Allied Blockading AS AN
the American troops at Presidio to take a hand in the precautionary Government Begins To Take ,

and Various Cruisers on talked with Col Raja", com- measures.! Dr. J. T. Porter, State I INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE Account of Serious Condition
Had Conference With the Pres- mander of the :Mexican: garrison: at j Health officer! has sent out letter to -

Lookout for Boat. the the opposite side ]tall physicians: : in the state requesting in the South.
ident on the Matter. Ojinaga, town on !
:them to all of infantile Gubernatorial Nominee Says I TA
of the rive-- <"' :? best weens of preventing report cases --

SUBMARINE MADE TRANSATLANTIC raids. i paralysis promptly. He Intends to Fight to .
WASHIXGTOX, I II. C., July 12.: i The letter to the physicians of the SIX SOUTHERN STATES

TRIP IN 16 DAYS President Wilson today agreed to accept -! :' state is as follows: the Very Last. AFFECTED
BY
Band. BIG FLOOD
the resignation Major-General:: : Pursuing! Villa | "The widespread epidemic of anterior -
EL PASO, 10. Gen. :Matias:
July -
Goethals as governor of the Panama poliomyelitis; in Xew York City
Plan to Carry Cargo of Xickel and Ramos, nephew of Gen Ignacio Ramos::, j JACKSONVILLE, July 1:!.-That
canal at an early date to be fixed by I and the high mortality incident thereto Damage at IVnsacoIa Estimated at
Crude Rubber on Return Voyage the general. General Goethals called who was killed in the recent Corrali- has been the cause of much apprehension he might again carry his caSe to the
tos fight\ is pursuing a Villa hand un- people of Florida in the general elec- $300,000-Crews Still Mining at
Flew German :Merchant Flag-Pub. at the White House and again urged among the health authorities
der Calixto Contrearas into the mountains tion in November if he is counted out Sea-Infant Killed by Bolt of Light
the
his desire to resign governorshipand ,troughout the country. The seriousness -
lie Xot be Allowed to Inspect
Likely to

to tele- of the nomination in
of Durango, according a gubernatorial recounts -
retire from the active list of the I of the situation and the'possibility ning-Thousands of Acres in Southwest .
Ship-Carries Xo Guns. gram received today by Gen. Gonzalesat from petition fled by W. V.
army now that his work of buildingthe I of its spread to contiguous territory -
has 1,500 Knott would not be although Georgia Under Water. ,
Ramos men. surprising,
Juarez.
canal has been t finished. Later the and to other portion .of the Unit- s x
Villa appeared in Piminez after it Sidney J. Catts refuses to answer
president authorized the statement he ed States have called forth prompt action -
BALTIMORE, Mr., July 9.-The bandits according to the .
to
directly question.By
world's first submarine merchantman, reluctantly had left the matter in was captured by by the national, state and municipal With thousands homeless and the
Carranzista
General Goethals' hands. Colonel La Democrata. a organ health the recounts authorized alreadyMr.
the German underwater liner Deutschland -i organizations. death list growing the United States !
published at Chihuahua City, a copy Knott is in the lead and the
Chester handing of I general -
now engineer
anchored below Baltimore to- Paso j "While as yet no cases have been government yesterday took official no-
of which reached El today. I is that the
night after coming safely across the maintenance in the canal zone, probably This states that after anni- reported in the South, the disease may supposition state canvassing tice of he serious flood conditions in '
will be
Atlantic, passing the allied blockading : will he appointed governor. paper the le facto force under Gen. I make its appearance in Florida at any board ordered to reconvene the Southern States. At the requestof !
hilating retabulate
General Goethals was promoted and it is essential that im- to returns, and in '
squadrons and eluding cruis- :time, and an Senator Underwood the war de-
enemy the bandits
Ramos at Corralitos, entered this event it ;is predicted KnoU'scounsel
given the right to retire by act ofcongress by
an mediate be made to the State ordered
ers watching for her off the American the to I report partment i.n engineer) to investigate -
town
Jiminez tacked put
: lie planned to give his and friends that Mr. Knott t
up I of the of the
coast. She carries mail and a car- officials and Health Officer occurrence any CataAba and Alabama
work several months but with- death the Carranza avE''the will he awarded a certificate of nomination -
go of 750; tons of costly chemicals and ago Carranza soldiers their i;leases or suspected cases of infantile river valleys. The flood reached to
drew his request because of renewed I captured in order that which will supercede that one Xorth Carolina where the
dyestuffs and is to back home paralysis, a representative French
carry choice of joining;: their party or hatingtheir awarded to Mr. Catts. This will
in the canal. thinks the hap-
slides He
a similar amount of nickel and crude' now is | of the state hoard of health may Broad river cut i'S banks and six
danger of serious: slides has been right ears cropped. Villa pictured pen in all probability, if certain steps I 1
rubber, sorely needed by the German :lie immediately detailed for a thorough Southern States were affected.
crutches
eliminated and does not expect to return as having walked on !' investigation and the institution which Mr. Catts and his chief counsel,
army. to Panama and as having seemed badly crippled.In I W. W. Flournoy, of DeFuniak Springs' The death of an infant reported killed -
Sixteen of the proper measures for the control by a bolt of lightning in Decatur 1'
days out from Bremerhav- this account the Villa force was have in mind. Saturday afternoonMr.

. ,en to Baltimore, the submarine reached PROPERTY CHANGES HAXDS. estimated at 2,000 men. ;of the disease.' Catts stated that he will fight for county, Georgia, with twelve reported
health offerer: will therefore
the Virginia capes at 1:45 o'clock The arrival at Fort Bliss today of i i "The state the nomination to the very last, and earlier yesterday, brought the death
' this in the National i deem it an espceial favor if you toll up to 80, dead and missing. Of "
morning, passing on surface the First artillery, Pensylvania he has several things to spring whichhe
' :Mr.: W. L. Wall has sold his fine ; will immediately report to him by
these 5 members of
covered by darkness, which settled Guard brought the number of is not.at liberty to divulge.GUARDSMEN i.rews of 10 r
over the entrance of the bay with residence, corner< Cherry and Seventh state troops encamped here up to 1-1,- j j wire, any such cases or suspected case schooners reported unaccounted for on t
the setting of the moon. Once inside streets, to Joe Hill Williams, Esq. Xo 000. :-I.I.I I.I I.I the gulf coast. Will Dunn, a Geneva,
the visitor threw aaution aside and definite time has as yet been fixed I ACCUSED OF 11.\V- Ala., farmer was killed instantly by

began shrieking his siren, signalling for possession, though it will prob- Transport Departs. tI I, JAKE TOTES THE GUX. INC YELLOW STREAK lightning yesterday.The .

a pilot and the time attract rbly be in the near future. I most serious
at
same TAMPA, July 10.-One hundred and situation now appears
ing the attention of the tug Thomas ten of the refugees who arrived here I Jacob Johns, who was nominated for BALTIMORE, July 6.-About, 140 to be in Middle Alabama and
f. Timmins, which had been waitingin SOME OXIOXS. members of the Maryland national southeast and southwest Georgia.
from Mexico on the transport Sumner j constable for election district No. 6, is
i the lower bay for nearly two weeks Thursday, steamed on the Sumner at already in harness. Constable Sapp guard in camp at Laurel refused to North Montgomery is partly flooded.

to greet the Deutschland and convoyoer R. D. Strickland, who lives on the noon today for Xew Orleans. Theyare resigned and Mr. Johns has been appointed take the oath containing the three Selma citizens are Lusy rescuing relief ,

into port. Kingsley lake road presented us witha destined for the border and far to fill the unexpired term of years reserve clause. Several of parties. Prattsvilli', Ala, is mostly

{ Three hours later the big submarine bunch of onions grown by himself. western states. One, a. Porto Rican I Mr. Sapp's. He promises to keep an them were banded together and strips covered by water from the Augusta

started up the bay with the German They were large and of good shape woman, will be sent from New Or- eye peeled for blind tigers. of yellow tied to their uniforms. creek. In southwest ;Georgia, the

I merchant flag flying, under her own and their tear-compelling qualitieswere leans to her home, probably on the I They then were marched through the Flint river is out of Its banks and

Power, piloted by Capt. Frederick D. above criticism. As "ingins" go transport which -it is understood will ing awaiting a chance to get back to company streets while their comrades thousands of acres are covered. In

I Cooke, of the Virginia Pilots' Association they could not be surpassed. proceed there, from New Orleans. (:Mexico.: Many of the women in the yelled "Se the yellow streak in them." middle and west Georina the Oemul- oJ

I and convoyed by the Timmins. Trains out of Tampa have been carrying party are locating here, until sent for gee is said to be going to flood and

Messrs. A. V. Long and G. C. Livingston away scores of the 545 who left l'by their husbands who remained in C. R. Sapp, of Lawtey, was transacting some damage is done Macon and j

F (Continued on Page 7.) spent Monday in Jacksonville., the transport here but many are stay- [Mexico. business in Starke Monday. south of there. _, J 4.s.;


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; t' PAlE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. _FRIDAY JULVIiig._ _


TRY IT! SUBSTITUTEFOR I HADDANGEROUS A NEW GRASS FORMER BRADFORD MAN ,' 1


; 1, !: FUDGE HELD FOR MURDER OF mst NASTY- CALOMEL TAMPA MAN Col. Peek Says-Sudan Grass is DISPOSES-OF----BOND ISSUE :!



; I1 DAUGHTERS HARROWING DETAILS Starts your Liver Without Making TRIPC. A Great Success.Editor A. C. Odom, Jr., Formerly Pas. :j

r ; You Sick and Can- tor of Baptist Church, Sells j

Telegraph-A few days ago : I
Salivate. St. -i
not farmof i Petersburg Bonds. :
the
the writer visited ten acre
t F PENSACOLA July 10.-That E. J. dow and told the boy to enter and un- A. Belmont Penetrated Mex- i
Mr. Albert Bronke in east suburbof iI ?
;: Fudge murdered his two little daughters -'lock the front door.entered The boy returningin said he Every druggist in town-your drug- ican Lines Disguised as a Starke to learn what success he had 1 I A recent number o? the St. PetersI

Ethel and Tenny, and that the did so and Fudge gist and everybody's druggist has no- burg Times contains the
: I following in'I r J
.. and the girls had made with Sudan grass as a forage
saying Watermelon Peddler.
moment
for
motive two insurance policies a '
was ticed a great falling off in the sale teresting account of a bond sale,
$350 each, i is the charge made by both killed themselves. The police of calomel. They all give the same crop.Mr. I'I by Mr. A. C. Odom, Jr.engineered 1,

Coroner Will L. Johnson, who says were then notified. That the eldest Dodson's Liver Tone is Bronke was cutting the crop a i.
takingits I Bradford
reason. formerly
TAMPA. 10. C. A. Belmont man, pastor of the
the and July 't
in day -
killed early
that sufficient evidence has been secured girl was place. with a hand German scythe blade, I I First Baptist church of Stark
I president of the Florida State Federa- : Et
> t to convict. Fudge is held in ; the younger later in the afternoon is "Calomel is dangerous and people sweeping cuts getting every part of i I Six per cent m"le to the extent 1
of the fact that tion of Labor, returned last nightI o! i
l jail while the coroner's jury continues the belief, because stiff while the other know it, while Dodson's Liver Tone is I from San Ignacio, Tex., where he has r the growth clean within less than two $75,000 has jut -rrved in St. Petersburg ?
cold and I 1
h. r its investigation* of the most cruel !: one was \sheu the officers ar perfectly safe and gives better results -I been visiting his parents, who own a inches of the ground.The I from Cincinnati i and has been 'j
still
and foul murder known in the history was warm ," said a prominent local drug- in I II I the Home
seed sowed broadcast used by Security ?
show rived. The eldest had evidently fought I ranch near that town on the Rio I was Companyto J
of this county. Developments Dodson's Liver Tone is ''
gist. person- stands five feet' take up an 8 jeicent
to six
hard for her life, and at least one bullet Grande. Belmont reached San Ignacio April, and now mortgage of '!
1 that Fudge's wife died in Nashville ally guaranteed by druggist who I I "
fired at her which went wide every !t just in time to take part in theI high, just commencing to seed, and' that amount. The fix per cent money' i
nearly a year ago under very peculiar was sells: it. A large bottle costs 50 cents, Uthe cash realized from the
: embedded I fight between bandits led by De La will several tons ond is. ti
found
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,. circumstances and that her life was of its mark, for' it was and if it fails to give easy relief in the one cutting yield which the IJcnu H
,I also insured for 1000. Ba com in the wall. Finger marks were case of liver sluggishness and i Rosa and two troops of American caI \'- I of best class hay. A second and some sue ; ecurity Company -
her every I airy in which the bandits were disastrously has just floated, the bonds be-
Fudge, 10 years of age, the only remaining -plainly visible on the girl's neck, constipation, you have only to ask for times a third cutting will follow. Il "
I for uul
ten subject
ing years to call
in
I face marked with scratches and beaten, as told by him a JJ
of the is the was of seed
child couple, back. takes fifteen to twenty pounds
money
\ I bruised where she was your letter to The Times a couple of weeks I ,1at the end of three years, so that thecompany
wrists
her
", strongest witness for the state against Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant- I to sow one acre. The seed was bought can either renew :
His of the battlein or increase
11! his father. lie declares that on the | grasped. tasting, purely vegetable remedy, ago. description of seed house and deliveredat I "
the moonlight on the banks of the a Western its issue at t h" '!, as it so desires. .
: the murder he was never here from Nashville harmless to both children and adults. ,
day cf permitted Fudge came
cents ,, 4'
Rio G"ande fine piece of work. a cost of ten per pound, pure The successful limiting: of the big
I to enter the house. Early in !i about eight months ago. He has never Take a spoonful at night and wake was a I the .:
guaranteed, government inspected Lond issue by Heine Security Com.
; the morning he was sent on successive -i been known to work and lived in a up feeling fine; no biliousness, sick Beimont, who has seen service with I
far that the
1 seed. It is best not to and save and the bonds sold
errands that kept him from the small rented cottage in the northeas- headache, acid stomach or constipated i the Rough Riders in the Madero Mexican try pany
J '
, 'I' home until 10 o'clock. The house was t, tern section of the city, fully three bowels. It doesn't gripe or cause 1 I revolution and in the Philippines seed, but to order same each year.. readily to northern r.vestors at 6 mile'r per

His hated to return to quiet days of If left to mature, the plants produce i: cent ia regarded a': a significant ;
I loikftl when he returned and his father I i miles from the business district. inconvenience all the next day like peacein I the fii.aioal .
in
: histoiy
then told him to accompany him i children were cruelly treated by him. violent calomel. Take a dose of calomel ': Tampa and if there had been a heavily seeded" tops and many bushels : stone and
J the Sum .ine It
\, p to the navy yard, but they had only according to the little boy, who said today and tomorrow you will feel I I chance for active service soon it is i per acre good as wheat. Ground as growth of City.that is the '
has
,, gone a few blocks when his father I they were beaten with a cat-o'-nine weak, sick and nauseated. Don't losea I more than probable he would not be ; flour the seed, resembling wheat kernels -i( first six per cent wr.ey ever
in
St. Petu&urg
said he had to return to the house and i tails, and this instrument of torture day's work! Take Dodson's Liver here now. If war was declared, he make excellent bread. come into thus any large
For it
wouldbe had lit Tone and feel fine full of said last night, he might try to raisea I' lump sum. reason is regarded -
told P.8scom to go ahead and he was found in the house. They Instead vigor I Mr. Bronke also has nearly one acre as being irii..:-ative of the fact
overtaken. The two spent most of tie to eat and a serch of the house and ambition. (14-5 company and get to the front.
native crab that will yield
of investors have
grass that northern come to
the down town, returning home showed that if the children had any "But no camp duty for me," he declared. ,
day
about .1 o'clock in the afternoon, when breakfast on the day of their murder VALUE OF TRUE FRIENDSHIP I I "There is no fun in that." .I a splendid hay crop. On less than !' realize the real -p.bility and perma.
"
two he makes the abun- of this city and to consider big
the father told the boy to go to Bay'iew that they consumed the last; crumb i While on the border Belmont, whose acres greatest I nency "
Beware That Person Who Avoids His II class for horse .loans here to be v< a most desirable
said to have dance of best hay one
Park for the girls. The boy The three notes, supposed; love of adventure has been by no t
Acquaintances When They Are I kind. It is doubtk a forerunner of
in which and two and then some. By !
did look in the house been written by the children, means cured by several years of peace cows
his father not
Him.A inn here ,
Ready to Help other similar >ments at the
before giving him this order. The they stated they would suicide, are took part in a risky adventure that'I having plenty of hay for feed and j' rate of intcret.

4 crude imitations and it is believed helped bring news of the forces of..' bedding he accumulates from his same
could not be found at thepark man's friends ought to be his for | The bond issue <4 $75,000 was made j
girls were written by Fudge in an effortto Mexicans across the border from Laredo I I horse and cows almost enough fertilizer .
tifications in time of distress and they Home Secuiity Company in
the or-
I
by
neighbor'sand
so the boy was sent to a his innocence. The coroner'sjury and few miles back from the
prove a for his ten
acres.
its inves- usually are. At any rate when you der to do just exa-r; y what it has doneto f
remained for two hours. When will shortly conclude river. peddler of watermelons -
: Disguised as a I He has only few acres in corn
1 find a man in trouble who is afraid to a exchange (eiplt per cent money

,: he returned the father raised a win- tigation. go to his friends, or those who oughtto and wearing a Mexican hat .. but it yields fifty to sixty-five bushels for six per cent -tone)'. The issue j'

be his friends because he has lived and costume, Belmont, who s>:L aks all he needs denominations
and I I per acre-easily making was made in $1,000 and
United States ;
COUNTIES IN WHICH KNOTT ballots found in precincts 8 and 9. with them and worked with them. Spanish officer perfectly crossed the a border and for bread, chickens, horses, cows and was secured by a'j rust deed so that

Duval Second choice votesit there is good reason to be suspicious. army I hogs/ SHis the bonds would be<< just as stable and
RECOUNT OF VOTE: county not only got accurate information regarding I :
DEMANDS
I
Especially Is this true If he is asking city Jaunty bonds. The
is alleged, improperly counted in the two or three batteries of principal money crops are secure as ot
five precincts. Recount will be asked strangers for relief. There is. you maybe three-inch the Mexicans '.i strawberries, vegetables and sweet entire plan was \;rked out and put
: possessed by -
I. The following shows a list of the sure. something in his life that he guns ,through by A. C. fiiom, Jr., vice president -
in other in Jacksonville. there but photographed of potatoes. His place is model of
precincts some a
>
Is ashamed of habit .
1 counties in which action may be expected -soma t>r some and general manager of the
a !I .,
assigned DeSoto countSecond choice votes, action: that he knows is sufficient to them and got good news of the number economy, thrift and intelligent cultivation ( Mr. Odom
and the reason : Home Security .ornpany.
it is alleged, improperly tallied in.. several alienate those who know him best. of troops there. It was a most always resulting in abundant I made a special trij: to Cincinr.ati recently ..
claimed that in
Polk county-It is risky adventure and might have cost'the I
, : small precincts. We are all liable to misfortune but crops. I and cam? J'-jme with the assurance -
second choic their had I
Ft. Mead precinct Jackson county-Second choice votesit if we have done our best there is noth men lives they been Instead of burning off his fields after that he ls.d succeeded. Bi3-

p voles were not counted at all and it is is alleged, improperly tallied. Recount ing to be ashamed of. We can look caught. Belmont also later penetrated the grass is dry, he annually i i ability in handli':4 the matter is to

heKl that when counted, will show ;a i thcte who best know us squarely in as far as Monterey', where he found all"the in view of
will be asked on second choice I plows under all grasses and waste vegetable be more cr>"nended

substantial gain for Mr. Knott. votes in three precincts.Leon the face tell them our story and confidently food conditions and general fearful so far is as concerned lack of growth before frost, and this the fact that Lon-t issues of private
I anarchy
is also that in Lakelam! expect that the helping hand .ch harder to place
It nf
I reported county-Second choke'ot,5, It was his exploits in this line thai makes his land richer each season. : corporations are

i precinct there were 630 registers: it is alleged improperly tallied and recount will be given. That is the way, thank resulted in his return home. He was Mr. Bronke remarked that as longas than are muni God. that and
, democrats 400 republicans and socialists ordered in precincts 7 and 11. structed. They men admire women the strong.are con-but. having a good time, but his father and our farmers continue to swap potatoes I is business a common concerns pKittice to in secure the North loans ,;.'

and something over 950 vote;$ that the mother alarmed for his safety, wired strawberries sweet and for
I It is reported unofficially second they are sympathetic with those whom i corn through a bond Uvje rather than a ;

; ca far it is somewhatrare ,it

: At Winter Ha\en it is reported 30i one o these precincts, which shows a They would rather see a worthy man that he come back at once. lard. meats, sugar rice, or other in the South'The 1',

: registered democrats, 200 registemre"niblicai gain for Knott of five, votes. thrive than bid him go in want. They He believes that it will be necessaryfor products that can be njade on the farm I bonds w M?. fold through the

: and !:oeialist::, 410 vote: Marion county-Second choice votes, like to know that a man has done his the United States to intervene in just SO long they will remain cramped t American Saving/ !Bank and Trust 1

t were cast. it is claimed, improperly tallied and best. and they are willing to help that Mexico eventually, or in some way to Company of Xe'f1rt'a.! ., and were j
he may do his best. even if his failure help bring about order in that coun I, financiall'I'I \ individuals in j
These two precincts went 2 to 1 or recount will be asked in four pre- purchased by private
has come through some fault of his try. He does not believe that there
more in favor of Catts. An effort u'iU.be .I cincts. proven a success in South Florida, and ; Cincinnati. The factual money from
own. But there is not much for themto will be any peace on the border until sale arr\'ed! here Saturdayand
made to eliminate the alleged illegal Nassau second high thin sandy soils and is the bond
count-Recount of on proving -;
hope for in a man who avoids those better conditions are brought aboutin Lien paid over to W.
\'Qtes. thereby; reducing the majorities : choice votes in three precincts, it is to be worth millions of dollars has already
who know him and asks help only] of Mexico and says that there does j S. Heathcote, wh held the 8 per cent ..
in favor of Catts. i t said, show an estimated gain of 7 to strangers. He may say he is too proudto not appear to be any man in that annually to the state. Mr. Bronke has ( mortgage, whichwas) thereby taken ;-

llillsborough county-In Hillsbor- 10 votes for Knott. tell them he is in straits. But he country now capable of bringing about proven that Sudan grass grows to perfection i .

4 ough county the conditions stated as Osceola county Second choice votes Is deceiving himself; it is not pride, peace. and in great abundance on the I 1p. ; )--

to Lakeland and Winter Haven in Polk it is alleged, incoirectly: tallied in one but shame, that moves him. .....i...-* I.I That the United States troops, when I' clay sub-soil flatwoods lands of this : CLOGGED DITCHES) FLOOD LAND.

; I county- are reported to have existed ir I I precinct. Recount will be asked. they do cross the border, will have to section. C. L. PEEK. I II -" !.

7 several precincts of Hillsborougli Okaloosa county-Second choic II I TAKE AN EFFICIENT SHAVE face bullets bearing the "Made inI I Starke, July 4, 1916.i i Ditches throng'!*' flatwoods land will

county. It is reported that in several votes, it i is claimed, incorrectly tallied America" stamp is a deplorable fea- need close attentfih; during the rainy :

precincts outside of the city of Tam in four precincts. Other alleged ir- Usual Method Is Full of Lost Motionsand ture of the affair, according to him, -$> fr $ <$> Q $ Q $ ? > >?> <\> <* $> : season. Crops ol such land will not -,

,' 4 pa many hundreds of voters for the i regularities. Demand for recount ol Wasted Time-Many Need and he condemns very strongly the ,> Prompt Attention, Please. '!> : be damaged if tV| water is removed
: acts of the government in permittingthe > /;> but ('the ditches become
last will be made and in other instances less Flourishes. immediately,
the
nominees of other parties at some the )Ie d- ,
of ammunition to -
sale that
!' The Telegraph's subscribers '*> clogged with wetf.'s: and trash so
election registered and votedas to throw out the vote entire-
general
American
American rifles and ruined
One of the most fantastic persons in cans. are requested to give prompt attention 4 I the water stand they may be ..
democrats in the late primary. Several 1)'. will be turned ,
on our troops
cannon Farmers us- ;
mailed & damaged.
the world is the public official who, be- to statements to ar seriously
.
lawyers of Tampa take the view Sumter county-Alleged error in when they cross the border and the > ab&t the ditches after
I fore he can write a postal order or a 4 them from this office. We are that under Section 41 of the primarylaw I tabulating when corrected shows gain tax receipt has to make preliminarycurls pacification of Mexico will be by n 4. trying to hold the Telegraph 3 the crop is laiA by. That is when ,1

such voters were not qualifiedto of six votes in Knott's favor. ot penmanship ip th? air. Observed means easy, in his opinion.-Tampa 4 right: up to the standard of flush ,?> ,weeds and gras grow fastest The ,

vote in the late primary. The precincts Taylor county-One precinct recounted by the scientific eye we are I Tribune. .. i.. times. We need your prompt help -f I litches will become clogged in a short ,

in question gave large majority shows, it is said gain of eight much more fantastic ourselves. If our .. to do this. The frequent mailing :ime. i ;

I votes for Knott. effective motions could be registered 4' of statements takes time and I A. P. Spencer.District agent for the 'J
for Catts.Holmes
Recuperation Often Necessary. 4 Don't let have to in- Tfyrida! '
this the I PftSOO counh'-Examination of tallies on a visual target, our record would be money. us University
f county-In county "So you favor an absolutely honest I the ditchese i'o
4' this recomrvefjs that
cur expense.s ,
found to reeetnble that of who unnecessary ,
alleged conditions reported were much books and records, it is alleged, savages administration of city affairs?* This ;
4' We Please possible.
use ammunition without a sight on serve you promptly. 1 > cultivated as 'ing as
than in other in the I refused. Irregularities reported in "Sure." replied Boss McXabb. "That '
*
county WI
Lt worse any their guns. If we think that the ordinary 4 treat us in the same way. A I will keep them pen so that the
1 state. On account of not counting flail number of precincts and second choice soldiers' marksmanship is la. for awhile. You can't keep taking it 'e-i4 . 4 $4 4 .i ter; will be rented immediately. Incase

or on account of inproperly returning votes improperly tallied in others. wasteful we may well look to our- from the people all the time. You'vegot of heavy .n-ins it will be advis-
to let and then and give I I
second choice votes, recounts will i Putnam county-Inspection of tallies selves. Our life is peppered with motions np now more.I I BIG SQUASH.W. ible to watch 2twoods land carefol-
them chance
a to get some
be asked in about half of the precincts : and poll list refused. Many irreg- that fly wide and wild. It beginson Washington Star. lr. Corn will sl&w the effects of waterlogged -

:I of the county, which will result in! ularities alleged. Second choice votesit awaking. We ought to utilize that H. Green, who lives 4 miles southwest I land 'in about two days. -

substantial gains for Mr. Knott it i* is alleged, incorrectly tallied and gesture for polishing our shoes. We Still Recruiting. of Starke, brought to our office a Other crops are also sensitive to drain W

I said. In about five or six precincts of I I when properly counted will, it is said, should rub our eyes on Sunday for the "What is that army officer who had squash of the "Butter Ball" variety, xcess. If the: prater: does not should
/ rest of the week. But it is in processes which he said weighed 22\ off immediately] ; the ditches
!. that county the irregularities and i show substantial gain for Knott. charge of the enlistments doing on scklea"e ? pounds. '
like shaving that scientific management This variety of squash is round. tastes be examined.
1 legalities were declared so flagrant i Santa Rosa county-Second choice ? !

:-r i' that the entire vote of such precincts votes, it is claimed, improperly tallied is really needed. Men flatter "Still working his job.:' good at all stages of ripeness, is very I .
themselves that they shave with the prolific and keeps well. AT BLACK POINT. :
is held subject to be thrown out en- and other alleged errors in three pre- minimum of flows thatTHes
gesture. They believe his health.BalUomOTt. Mr. Green came to our office whenit -
tirely. All the precincts in question I I cir.cts. Recount will be asked. Alleged -I that they complete the operation un American.recruiting I was closed up at dinner time. He All of thp companies comprising l'

0 in Holmes county gave large majori- i thai more than 100 votes were o der five minutes. But excusing their ,I left the squash on the threshold of the he Second Uepjment of the Nationil "

ties for Mr. Catts, and the contemplated I'thrown out on account of alleged improper -I| inaccuracy, do they know that under Near a Decline. door, but the sacred town cow soon I Guard of Flor-ia.! now m camp at i

..,..- action in that county will result !| marking. some of which were the inspection of the scientific mana-I "I'm ntlit-r nfr-iul: Clara Vefe Ac ,. discovered it and rolled it out on the I lack Point. tether with the h2$J- ;;

1. greatly in favor of Mr. Knott. I|' improperly marked for other offk.i ger their performance would look as Vere N ;,;'n..: iun a tlttline.Vliv ." street. She gouged it open with her quarters unit, }Hospital corps and re?>- f-

Alachua county-Alleged irregularities than that of governor. Jagged as their razor blade under the "\ .]tI. "'I think so?" horns and ate it with great relish. i nental ban.i. lave: been fonMMfij

t. in LaCrosse precinct which it is I Lafayette county Irregularities arrive miscroscope? The day will probably "I'm !:..!.iIr"p".e| to her thi Why not take this at a hint for owners mustered intoM > service of the United $|

claimed may throw out the entire I and errors alleged. Recount expected with one when a superman will shave ->vi"ijif I jr,.t n ehnnee.".Indie.. of milch cows ? Why not have a I I States by ( pt. Geo. H. HoUey, '; "*

: to show gains for Knott. superb motion as delightful patch of squashes for the cows ? :pector-Snstrjt for Florida. **2i|
to the
, vote.Bay county-Second choice votes,I Claim :Examination Denied I orange skin soul in as one the long uncoiling unbroken of peel.ani Ch,".,...,. a'xatht! > way that sevmthi I neans that tl.v regiment has ceasN !

it is claimed improperly tallied in I It is stated that in Baker and Pjt- I: I.. .' N.\\ T-t.r TI'un it may be.- Miss Ellen Gnann has gone to visit ;' to be a statx'prce but is now under 5"

t. some precincts and alleged irregulari. I rain counties: examination of th Okahumpka.
.
ties in Lynn Haven precinct. sheets of certain precinct wa? denied '
if; I is to be feared that the recreation I\-.J.ur.ts between the'rnment gOY'
[ Alleged irregularities | and Mr. Adams will Mr. Knott's Story of a Novelist. Property 1:
Baker plead
r. county for S* be-
. \ children. so much talked about Mrs. Henry Wood author of "East and Art state are: rapi<
in Sanderson, Macclenny, Glen St. cause in these counties on the following these OthtT .
: days. will. if watched and l;
not closely .
LjiiLe. the "lt',t !-eIIer! of) its generitl np adjuste-1. |fce equipment __ .
.: :r Mary precincts. Election officials it ground: interfere with their education. says n. wu, forty and a 'wtfe and mother Good Looks are Easy roperty in -;tLssession of the lolt.F1'1i! .

is claimed deny inspection of tallybooks i Chapter 5942. laws of 109, sections Columbus Journal. It is well to do a before !he turned her hand to novelg. rent, which ?* charged !o. the staU

and poll lists.Bradford ,( 1 and 2, provide as follows: little thinking in this direction, seeing "ritin and her m"-t f.tmoulHk with >being taken fAer by the United Statel}

t county-Second choice Section: 1. That all state. county that youth has its own way of providing seemtil have Wvn wntten: to s.'ntte I md Strieker from the property rt-; ..

votes, it is alleged not properly tallied and municipal records at all times be for recreation and does not depend the weariness of a *e\'ere i'lues: MUh! MagnoliaBalm. c urns of th?' ;tate.-Wauchulaate. Ad

in number of precincts. Allege open for a personal inspection of any upon the new methods of enticing of it iudreJ wa-s eouu.s.il ia t-rd. and '*

J irregularities in Lake Butler citizen of Florida. and those in chare it to fun and activity. Besides, the writer t' ::lrl'l'y: h")jt-d to live tocompete .,. ------- ,-
gross it is good for a boy to rig his ..'.., Coufhs.
of such records shall r.ot refuse this up own : it. Alter ruLi.ins: ansenre \ Doctor'* Remedy for i-
; pnvinct. methods of amusement. Catering to e'ur.t> in a l'I.tl.y mazazim I II I As ior coughs and coIdlell's Dt..:
Clay county-Alleged error in pcinct -tJ privilege to any citizen. a CUT
boys and girls with all sorts of devicesto the story was refUM-d by'versl pub Pine T-'r Honey ccrabines tb ,!
it is claimed Section 2. That official who} I Look as good as your city cousin No ,
No. 5, will give any amuse them does them more harm Ushers and am-fted only with '-"Did !, matter if do Tan Freckle Magnolia emedies ir '; ?t the risht propo l
: Knott five additional votes. shall violate the provisions of sec than good. Turn them loose give them you or the cst good for summer i tv'' "
;_ eraMe; tui-:1\'in; t-y Iluhanl Butley. &bn will surely! clear skin instantly. to do ir:
J Calhoun county-Alleged irregular.ities tion 1 of this act shall be subject ts liberty let them enjoy themselves, and It fell flat until >vmt' one reviewed it Heals Sunburn too. Just your put a little oa md couehs- TA trial will pro1'! ,t1Ir..

in number of precincts. Second removal or impeachment. they will be stronger and better for itIa eEtau>ia>tically in tie Loiidou, Times. your face and rub it off again before dry. alue of thivplendid co'igh med1-dill;

choice' votes, it is claimed incorrectly -- these days of pleasure and amusement and then the printers worked nidit Simple and sure to pleae. Try a bottle Ir. Bell's Pi\:. Tar Honey soothetrritation

t where 59 Drives Out Malaria. Builds Up System it would be better for the youth and day to t''t' with tte demand: to-day and begin the improvement at stcus; your cough, kiI1sd
tallied. St. Joe precinct
1: o The Old SUnJird genera strectthenmt tonic ''U 1 it were restrained a little rather once. White. Pink and Rose-Red Colors. old germs .i does you aood.
Within: short time East
were qualified, cast 140 cote Other GROVE'S TASTELESS eaui TOXIC an"ei out than encouraged. dependent a't'ry 75 cents at Druggi&s or by mail dire& A 2.'v bottle will more _____
Making .
a boy -
M Uri*, srkkestb l!, 6m. .i.a ,$bolLci le Lyuue'a" into almost onvince i
in county, it is alleged. more Int. yov -'t rill ston your __ _
i precincts Atrueto"ie. For adtts 4""''.'ren. 5Cc. I 1 upon others for fun will tend every l.inruase! ia Kuvp and as boot SAMPLE FREE.LYON U druggists. : -
( votes were cast than were qualified. i| to make him dependent for his needs : I
:2nday: its ','uarit3ha known EC i -.
: ;:-' Dade county-Alleged irregularities Come every day, July 10 to 22, and i, In afterlife. Education without self. ..iipae: -.rq.u.4ct. MFC.CO..40 s.. Stfc St.BroeUm N.Y. You ret s.1 \,the important r<** '-_

No. 10. Alleged unofficial find tarsraini. Brown's. T-T-2t: I' reliance is iiirzrt.
jo in precinct & ------ state, cou>it JJ. $ews In the Tele"! _

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FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. ; PAGE '1. ;

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i News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. ISZS2SZ5 STORM IN WEST FLORIDA I'FAT MAN'S CLUBNOWSUGGESTED PREPARE TO ERADICATE THE TICKS : i


r i Ti.cj ?5ZS2SIS2S 5Z525H25aaS252SZSZSa S2SZS1SZ5SSZSZ9SZKSZS2SZS2SZSZ&S2SZ3 *- Wind Blew 104 Miles an Houi .... ..

at Pensacola. I ,i. .. ,.

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b :oco",,"" ""COC ? PENSACOLA, July 9.-The work !

Told by Our Exchanges. of repairing the damage resulting Prospects Fine for a Bio Mem t
from Wednesday's hurricane has begun -
bership-Many ReportingBig
--- in earnest available laborer I
every : II .
I QUIXCY.-The tobacco harvest is I II I JACKSONVILLE.-Skinner Bros,, being pressed into service by those Gains in Weight .

I under way in Gadsden county, afford- I of Jacksonville, have just completed who have suffered. The wind blew I The white portion of the map p TF

ing labor for a large number of peo- I the work of fencing 5,000 acres of l04 miles an hour. Partial electric So many people have reported an shows where preparedness for raisIng -

ple. The yield is said to be excellentin pasture land in the extreme northeastern light and telephone service was restored : extraordinary gain in weight during tick free cattle and for diversified -

quantity and quality section of St. Johns county. this morning, but it will probably the! past few weeks as a result: cf taking farming has been made pos L -I
It is said that these l be twenty-four hours more before Bible by eradicating the ticks. The
gentlemen are going Tanlac, that one of the clerks; at dark portion shows where the tick .
ST. FETESSBURG. consignment into the stock raising business on cars can be operated and a longer Ilettes': Pharmacy, in Jacksonville<< : are inviting battle by daily raiding .

of 3,000,000 additional brick for an exceedingly large scale and at an i, time before lighting is extended to jokingly suggested yesterday: that a the cattle. "Watchful 1 waiting'

the construction of Pinellas county's early date will'\ fence an additional the residential sections of the city. &'I'atlan': Club" be organized here. never will kill any ticks. Concerted r \

brick highways is scheduled to arrive 5,000 acres of the 30,000-acre tract The Pensacola Electric Company is Only a few days ago Capt. CharlesJ. :: action is necessary to extermi SPu

this week. The entire output of two owned by them. Xatal grass and velvet the heaviest sufferer from the storm.It Heeks, the well known engineer for nate them and there are enough
left in the
defenders" stateto
"home
is estimated that will
beans are being planted for forage repairs re- 'the Seaboard Air Line railroad, running -
southern factories is being utilized and
quire an expenditure of at least $20- do the work, if each one will do
the road work will be continued with- crops. between Jacksonville and Tampa, his share."Preparedness".
000. The telephone is alsoa
company
made the remarkable statement that
interruption.
out heavy loser, but the companies oper-
BUNNELL.-That section of St. he had gained twenty pounds on seven ArM
ating fishing vessels have suffered has become sl&
Johns lying east bottles of Tanlac, and felt better than a aojtD
county immediately
l\II.UII.-Struck on the head by a losses that will run into many thou- Weeks gan throughout., the United States,, *
he had fifteen
in
Capt.
of Bunnell was visited by a veritable years.
heavy wooden girder which supportedthe sands. originated far the purpose of havingan a
further stated that Tanlac had overcome -
cloudburst
about So
roof of the old Airdome theatre Tuesday noon. adequately armed force to successfully -
the fall of water that the indigestion and other troub- t
great was
a sec- ,
Twelfth Albert C. defend the nation's
street
building on tion of the new county highway was MARIANNA, July 9-This city and les that had been upon him for twenty dignity\
Engle carpenter, rooming at 1804 1.2 Preparedness has called some of
section received but little of the effects -
washed out and flooded about two years.
this Florida's best to the colors
D was fatally injured men
Avenue young
,
of the gulf storm, except for the Just a few days previous to this
miles east of Bunnell. The county
I
morning and died a few minutes after and they have gone quickly and {enthu
convicts were immediately summonedand torrential rains that accompanied and :Mr. Henry E. Lee, who for many them will be raked i !o utilize the lux-
taken to the slastically.
hospital.
being put to work at repairing the dam- followed it. Beginning on the morning years was engaged in a contracting However Florida is sorely in need'uriant forage crops which can be produced .

age. The water rose in the woods of the oth,the rains have contin- business in Jacksonville, and at pres- of another form of preparedness; that on this land. t

LAKELAND. jumping off the and was running through the culverts ued almost incessantly for four days ent running a large poultry farm on of cattle tick eradication so the livestock Foreign capital will be attracted! to :

Lakeland-Fort Meade jitney bus near like a mill race in some places overflowing with the downpour at times terrific. R. F. D. No. 4, stated that his wife, industry may become an important Sunny Florida for i investment in both ,
his home between Homeland and Ft. the roadway.BROOKSVILLE.Inspection. The trains on the P. and A. divisionof who had suffered for years with a bad land and live )stock ;.and the animal-
of
factor in the wealth production "
Meade on last Friday afternoon, Geo. the Louisville and Nashville, be- form ,)f rheumatism: had gained ten the state. made fertilizer will I'.erease the yields
-uits.
W. Conner's foot became caught on tween River Junction and Pensacola, pounds on two bottles of Tanlac, and of vegetables sod (' 4
of the The cattle ticks In Florida are wast- The pre'entvpr.f.ge farm wealth
the machine In some way hurling him have been stopped"gince the afternoonof had been relieved of her troubles ing more than 100,000,000 pounds of of Florida is only $300 compared with J I
Standard and Hernando railroad
by
against the rock road, fracturing his the 5th, all of the trains being ma- Mr. E. M. Lee, another well known cattle blood in addition to the $3,000 in Iowa, where tillage\ of tile
I Seaboard Air Line engineers is under a year
skull and causing death. rooned by the high water near Milton. Seaboard Air Line engineer, residingat annulatus variety of ticks soil is halted by busts for at least t
I way preparatory to the Seaboard taking Yesterday a train was made up from No. -Maplewood avenue, just out- margaropus four months in tl'l''ear., but they
over the former, in accordancewith the causing heavy death losses from Tex- raise fine cattle: fry of ticks and
the Seaboard Air Line and made told of his
side cf the
(\CALA.-Z. C Chambliss & Co. city, recently fever fever bloody
a transfer'made Saturday. The through bringing the Eastern as splenetic mur- are not subject to cattle tick quaran
today fold to Miller & Perry of Haines Standard and Hernando operates trip gain of seven pounds on Tanlac and rian or tick fever, the various terms

City, 17 head of Jersey cattle. Thisis through one of the richest phosphate mail, but last night the train was further stated that he was taking on being used in different sections of the tine.When a farmer in; that- tale sells a I

the last of the herd bought by the sections in the state, running from stopped by a washout thirly miles more flesh every day. lie also said state to describe the same disease In fat steer he increases his bank account
Chambliss company from II. H. Hhit- west of here on Holmes creek. It is that Tanlac had relieved him of ser- cattle. at least $.5, but when a Florida
Hernando to through the
Inglis coun- :
not now known when train service on ious stomach trouble. farmer sells a tick)' ,teer he is luckyto
worth. The specializes in While other state in which
company ties of Marion Citrus and The every
Levy.
this division will be resajned and in get $25, and the majority of our
Mr. E. A. well known employee
Murray, a t
short horn, but bought the Jerseys at miles in this fever exists has taken steps to
road is approximately 50 than
stock does not .bring more
the meantime the city is cut off from ticky
of the Florida East Coast railway -
the Whitworth sale recently and has eradicate it from their herds, Floridapeople .
length and has been in operation for communication with the outside world $20 per head at the farm.
since disposed of all that were bought. a number of residing at 2813 Fisher street, have accepted it as a necessaryevil \Ve have an army of ticks scattered
years. except for one wire working to Jack- that his wife who had
recently stated and done very little towards removing through this state ;more numerous
'
-- sonville. been suffering for seven years with the cause, eradication of the than the Mexicans 'la the sage brush I
PEXSACOLA. petition of citizens FT. IE.\DE.-W. P. Wilhite, of The official report of the rainfall is stomach trouble and indigestion, had tick and cactus on the plains of that country

of Molino and other sections of this city, has been missing since May 7.58 inches, more than four inches of been relieved of this trouble and had The latest United States DEpartment which need immediate attentionto

the county for a bridge across the (5 and his wife has appealed to the authorities which fell last night. The Chipola gained, twelve pounds on three bottlesof of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal prevent their front continued raiding

Escambia river at Molino was grantedby in her search for him. She river is rising at the rate of a foot an Tanlac, and that she had improvedso of our live stock.
the board of county commissionersat fears foul play. Mr. Wilhite left his hour and will shut off all passage to much in that some of Industry map of government Tex- The federal govirnment: will furnish
way during
every fever issued
as quarantined area,
a number of trained. officers to i
their meeting of Monday night. home on the morning of May 6, osten- the east. The weather is still unset- her friends hardly knew her. last December, shows all c( Flor- supervise this warfare if we can or-

The board appropriated the amount sibly in search of employment. He tled and threatening. "I have gained ten pounds on Tan- ida colored in red which signifies ganize the workers und if we cannot

'from the 1916 budget, the bridge to has not been heard from since. The lac and feel like a new man," said Mr. that valuable cattle blood is being kill every "mot hers' son" of a tick .

cost about $15,000. missing man is five feet, eleven inches matters are now actively working in Charles A. Evans, resident at No. 7, sacrificed all over the state to cattle along with their wives and offspring

tall weighs 200 pounds, is of dark behalf of the $600,000 bond issue thatis The Columns apartment, at 111 East ticks.A within two years, we will be poor

\IEADE.-\Ir.. and Mrs. Paul complexion, has dark mustache, black to be voted upon by the county on Forsyth street, recently. Mr. Evans, small section of the state, em- fighters. :
Wilson of Agricola suffered loss of black hair slightly mixed with July 25th. The proposed bond issue and cashier for Just as soon as the quarantine is
eyes who is bookkeeper a bracing all of Dade and Broward coun- lifted from Florida the cattle in the
their two-year-old baby Friday in a gray, and walks slow with a plodding contemplates the building of twenty- local concern, stated that he had suf- ties and a portion of Palm Beach state will increase fn value at least

peculiar accident. A flower pot on movement. Mrs. Wilhite offers a reward four miles of brick and sixty-five milesof fered for twenty years with chronic county, has been released from quarantine $5,000,000 which is bout $5 a head.

the porch shelf was pulled down by to his whereabouts. sand-asphalt roads in various sec- indigestion, and that Tanlac had en- this year, because they have Every cattle owner can figure what

the baby, the same falling on the tions of the county and the gradingand tirely overcome this trouble.Mr. eradicated the tic, s. this means to him, whether he has one

child's head crushing the skull and drainage of practically all of the Frush Route 4 St. Johns cow or 10,000 head. i
YO.-"Old One Eyed Joe, a J. P. If the same preparedness is carried I
public roads in the county. The Dix- You can help la thia great state-wills
probably breaking the neck. The un- monster alligator who had been a ter- considerablework avenue, recently declared that he had on in every other county improvedand campaign of preparedness by working

fortunate little girl lived only thirty ror of Adams Lake for a number of ie Highway, on which done is gained twelve pounds on Tanlac and unimproved farm lands will increase up a lot of enthusiasm for the t

minutes after the fatal mishap. years, was killed several days ago after has already been com-mile felt forty years younger than he did in value, better cattle can be complete eradication of all cattle ticks 1
and
for
an exciting chase. The fun start- pletely provided every the day he took his first dosHe brought into the state and more ofPURE in this neighborhood.

KISSIMMEE.-During the present I ed when Mellu Pees went down to a of this important thoroughfare will stated that he had suffered with chronic --- -- ---- i

week over 2000 head of Cattle were fish gourd he had set ard after quite be hard surfaced. catarrh of the stomach and indi- .
-
dipped at the vat located on the ranchof I a chase caught up with it, but instead gestion for years but that since taking IIF -

Steve Partin, east of the city. lr.1 I of a fine trout he found that he had a DADE CITY.-:\ /George Vernon, Tanlac his troubles had left him. I

Partin is one of the enthusiastic supporters I rotor and went back for assistance.Alex I II of near Dade City, seems to have discovered Mrs C. II. Critchlow, of 1207 Rushing 1

of the tick eradication idea. Sapp. Jeff Walker and others the modus operandi by which street, whose husband is a skilled ICEIs .

and the improvement already notedin I I joined in the chase armed with shotguns the growing of grapes can be made a cabinet maker and erecting engineer, ,

the cattle in his section caused him I I and Winchester rifles and soon profitable industry in Florida. Heretofore declared that Tanlac had overcome a w
]
to say this week that the dipping vat 'I' made Mr. 'One Eyed Joe" their cap- it has not been successful;: because general run-down condition that had Made Out of Steam, Steams a Vapor

was the greatest thing that has yet tive. He measured 11 fort and 6 although the grapes did well been upon her for some time and that

been discovered to aid cattle raiders.QUIXCY. : inches in length. for a year or so. they soon ran out she had gained five pounds on the Generated From f Water and Purified by Heal.

\ and the vines died.] It seemed impossible -I medicine, and that she was taking on

Meadervmnipsr to keep them alive long enoughto more weight and strength almost every Ice made from well is cleaner
.-Planting, growing and FT. :\JF.A nF.-Fri\1a\ water no
I profit on their operations.Mr. day. I
tobacco in three factory pent carload of canned reap a
harvesting a crop a : Vernon overcomes this difficulty Commenting on the above statements I than the water itself. Limes, Chlorides,

months is going some to say the least I beans and saner kraut to wholesale the commercial varieties Mr. G. F. Willis, Southern distributor I Nitrates Sand or germ-life found in
budding
by any
but that is the record made by E. A. merchants at Tampa who in turn !
of on the native wild grape.Vineyards of Tanlac, said: wells will into Raw-Water Ice.
grapes
Florida "go-over"
and the to
Hargrove, who lives in Quincy I will distribute cans remarkable
in Florida put "There 1 is nothing really
directs the cultivation of his plantation I retail trade. For the past week or can grapeson s
of the above statementsas -
about
the market earlier than another any
six miles from town. His three j two tomatoes, beans and peas have section, and by improving the culture thousands of others have used Tan- OIK ICE IS MADE OF STEAMIT -
acres of shade tobacco was planted on been put up. Tomatoes will be, probably I with the astonishing results.
lac same /
all in the : item until and by scientific budding, a variety IS PURE A.\D I ll'HOL&QME.IT .
March 20 and June 'JO was 1 be the largest canning
the of F. C. McGavock,
I should be developed that will fruit "Take case j
barns. Mr. Hargrove estimates his the regular fruit season comes on. A !
farmer -
I the when their for instance, a well known dairy
during dry season,
tobacco\. to average 1,500: pounds to the i winning feature of the canning fac- of Columbia Tenn., who gained
will be
ijiiality and flavor) unsurpassed.
acre. t j II tory i is the fact that right at the side thirty-five pounds on five bottles, or LASTS LONGER

door i"i located a wholesale grocery I that of Miss LaReu Davis of 280Looney :!

J ACK OX\lLLE.-A new trust house and this new enterprise offered :\ILUII.-It pays to he a judge or a"l'nueIemphis: Tenn., who 'I

company, having a capital of ioO,000(; j Ito take care of all canned good not clerk at a primary, not only because gained thirty-one pounds, or that of I Starve Ice Company rOOOb1OVW1INdOOOlcc
I otherwise di>pn5Pd!' of by the canning the county commissioners have decided } -
is the latest business enterprise to be Capt. A. 11. Miller, Southern railway IL J .
located in Jacksonville. The new company j people. that they ought to he paid ?4 a day conductor of Knoxville, who ,,ui>H-d :

which will be one of the largestin i I each but mainly on account of the twenty-three pounds on seven bottles,

the state, will be known a* the I MIAMI.: -An effort to save the life I grub, for the meals they ate were or that of Mr. O. McIIaffey.. chief -

Federal Trust and Title Company It Sir Casement, whom something fine. The officials atDrake's engineer of the Life and Casualty =-' .
of Roger upon -
-- --- -- ------ -- --- -- -- ---
absorbs the Florida Abstract and Title death 'sentence was recently passedin warehouse fared the best, according building Nashville who gained forty

Insurance company and acquires England for connection with the to the itemized menu furnished pounds, or that of Henry Warner of OOOC
the assets of the IealtyTitle and Sin Fien or Irish uprising;: i i" being! the commissioners by the restau- Hit:! Fourth avenue, North Nashville,

Trust company, both of Jacksonville. I made on the part of American negroes rant serving the meals there, but the who gained thirty pounds, or :Mrs. 0. I

Forest Lake, of Sanford, is presidentof I under the leadership of Dr. A. P. officials in other city precincts also C. Cason of Acworth, da., who gained For Those Who SaveUnusual ,

the new 'concern.CIEARVATER.The. :, Holly of )Miami a well known and evidently had good grub as the restaurant thirty-five pounds, or Miss ,Etta

I II reputable negro physician and formerconsul I serving those meals charged I,Schmidd of Chicamauga. Ga., who

jury in the I; for Hayti. This effort is out of : SI per meal, and it was all fur food gained forty pounds, or Mrs. G. W.

held in connectionwith gratitude to Sir Roger Casement for I as $15 extra was charged for delivering Williams, of Gadsden:; Ala., who gained -

coroner's the death inquest of Frank Osborn and I having secured more humane treatment the meals. Here's the bill of fare forty-eight pounds, or Mrs. Nettie safety and liberal profit are combined in

verdict that I of the natives by his fearless at Drake's warehouse: Five sirloin :McGarr. who lives at IROfi 18th ave.,

Tan Loth these Curl, men returned came a to their deathat ;, exposure of the notorious atrocitiesof I'I'I steaks, five roast chickens six cuts of Nashville, who gained thirtyfive'pounds our Certificates of Deposit. Each Certificate 5

The I I the Congo, which bestirred the roast pork, four crawfish salads, four and scores of others too num-

killing the hands took place of Wilbur at a country Cooper.dance I I chancellories of Europe and the United combination salads, three chicken salads erous to mention." is our guarantee for the safety of prin,. .pal and .

five orders of ham and eggs, two Tanlac is sold exsluslvely in StarkQby
Sutherland Wednesday night, :: States to make vigorous representations -
near shot Os to thp government of Belgium, pies, six slices of watermelon ten C. P. Cason; in Lake Butler by payment of interest.
Cooper it is claimed, having ;:
of coffee ten glasses:; of ice tea. Tomlinson-Maines Drug Co.; in Hamp-
cups
born, and a stray shot fired by him I resulting in remedial action.K1SSIMMCE. I Pharmacy in
There are three inspector and one ton by the Hampton ;
striking Curl. Cooper was a constable I --- clerk in each polling place. It cost Lawtey by the Cash Drug Store: in t

at Tarpon Springs. 'He is now .-The first regular 20.15 for the nourishment provided I Raiford by the Weaver Drug Co.; Issued for the convenience of thrifty people, these

in jail at Clearwater I passenger train to run over the new these officials at Drape warehouse, and in Worthington by R. T. Taylor.C. i
A. Smith, Sampson, Fla-Adv. certificates offer a particularly a 11 r active i'
line of the South Florida nd Gulf ril- and in addition it cost $7.0( for the
:\1I.UII.-Extensive deposits of one
of the finest grades of sienna that is I I I road in Osceola county, made the run automobile to take the load of grub WATERMELONS PLENTIFUL form of investment. Full particulars givenon
a few days ago from the headquartersof from the restaurant on Avenue D near
of the I
known manufacturers I
to
United States paint have Men discovered in the company at Kenansville\ to a Thirteenth street to the polling placeon request. Call at the bank.
I i point twenty-four mile southwest, Sixth street between Avenues C This season has far exceeded all

Dade county, and using this as Fordham one of crossing the great prairie section of and D, a distance of seven blocks previous ones in watermelon production -
the the
ingredients new the country. Arrangements had been and the market has been well

paint factory in the northern part of made by the president of the new com- When You Have a Cold. supplied. Under ordinary circum-

.e P. the city will begin to manufacture the pany to have a barbacue and picnic at Give it attention, avoid exposure be i stances they would have gone beggingon

paint some time during current Pine island, where the construction regular and careful of your diet also account of the superabundant sup- Bank of Starke
week. There is about 25,000:! tons in I
I camp has been located for some time, commence taking Dr. King's New Dis ply, but the forty to fifty colored men
j, the deposit. The deposits were discovered and the train returned from the south covery. It contains pine tar, antiseptic working on the sewer system who are
i' by H. F. Fordham, builder of oils and balsams. Is slightly lax-
the where to keep
end of road at noon more great lovers of melons, tend
';: the new factory, who had many years than 300 persons were guests of the ative. Dr. King's New Discover eas- the prices high enough for profit. No Starve Florida
cough soothes throat :-:
experience in the manufacture of es your your ,
president at an old fashioned barbacue. Bronchial tubes checks cold melons have been shipped away, but
of valuable and your
paints the inventor
being a -
dinner. starts to clear your head. In a short we can grow them here in any amount,
the bottom
formula for tr
treating
', time you know your cold is better. It's and it is hoped that they will next
of vessels and barges. Just where the standard family cough medicinein be added to our shipping staples.
'! the deposits have been found has not PERRY.-An epidemic of "Good Get bot- year -.'
use for over forty years. a :Melons are easy to grow and have a
,. been announced, but Mr. Fordham roads" fever, remarkable for its intensity tle today. Keep it in your house asa ready sale. Mr. W. W. MacDonald, of Jackson- Walter W., Jr., and little Charles Kick- s

states this information will be given is spreading over Taylor coun- cold insurance. Sold at your drug- ville, after a visit with Mr. and Mrs.J. liter, for a visit to the metropolis.
,R out as soon as the deeds to the pro- ty from boundary line to boundary line gist. (3)
o who You get a'} the important national, F. Kickliter, left Monday for his Mrs. Kickliter j iced them in Jack.
,a.. petty in question have formally pass- in all directions. People never Tele accompanied by his little son, ,sonville Wednesday
before manifested any interest in such Read the Telegraph-51.50 a year state, county news in the taph. home, J

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rAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH-, STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JULY. 14, 1916.



000 students who have the opportunityof [ crave for sympathy and are never so MITCHELL AN INDEPENDENT

Bradford County Telegraph earning the biggest money of their happy as when they can parade their' BRITISH MAKE CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR DEUTSCHLANDTOTAKE

lives in the harvest fields. The sug- many ills and show their arrays of .

gestion is a happy one. Aside from empty medicine bottles. But while

Published Weekly, and entered as second its economic phase it possesses another more or less real condolence and sympathy ADVANCESTEUTONLOSSHEAVY; St. Petersburg Man AnnouncesHis ON CARGO !

IP class matter at the post-office at akin to patriotism. Next to fight- are bestowed upon them by per-
ing for their country what greater opportunity sons who believe that illness is neces- Candidacy for the

Starke. Florida. for service than to conserve sarily a visitation by Providence, Governor's Office. AND SLIP TO SEA

the country's resources ?-Ex. they get none frcrn those who can see
0 E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner I into the true state of things. -

H. E. LAGERGREN, Associate Editor THE ELECTION CONTEST. Some persons have the reputationof ST. PETERSBURG, July 12.-Noel -- i

never suffering from illness. Such VIOLENT FIGHTING STILL A. Mitchell, of this city, today announced WORK OF UNLOADING SHIPCOMPLETEDWEDNESDAY. II
L I There has been some adverse criticism persons do not exist; every man and himself as an independent

With Germany sending Carranza of the effort being made by Hon. woman is ill at times, but many do CONTINUES NEAR VERDUNGen. candidate for the governorship of :

ammunition and machine guns, and W. V. Knott to ascertain the real result not desire to make a mountain of a Florida. -

Uncle Sam leaning him money, he can of the late primary election. The mole hill and go about complaining, Haig's Forces Gain Control of Nickel and Rubber Will be Taken
stroke his whiskers in pleasant contemplation i but with determination to not giveup onBoard
Telegraph! does not hold with these a KNOW IT WELL
t of mundane mutations. .Haaietz Wood and Also Make for G..rman-Time
critics at all. Mr. Knott seems to keep going, in hope that the illness of

I "PREPAREDNESS." have had good reason to believe that will soon leave them. And in Progress in Trones Wood. Familiar Features Well Known to Departure Kept Secret. r

I Ii there had been irregularities in making such cases like all others "fortune Hundreds of Starke Citizens.A I
,[ the returns and happily the lawI favors the brave," and they soon be-
i We have become tired and utterly. well again. But they so I, LONDON, July 12.-Fighting: desperately BALTIMORE, Md., July 12: .-That
I i I I provides a means of correcting such come are familiar burden in many a home, i
with the twaddle about in the face of determined German I plans were afoot to reload
disgusted the
f
seldom ill because they to avoid super-
I Irregularities.: Mr. Knott has simply try The burden of a "bad back. I I t
I attacks the submersible
"preparedness. employed the provided by the causes for illness. They never sit ina forces under Gencial back Deutschland and slip her <
means A lame weak or aching
L- : If nation is with MEN .i Haig succeeded yesterday in gaining a an I' out speedily on her return
I Ii
peopled ,
if
a
draft when warm never themselves I voyage to
law, and the results thus far attained gorge Often tells you of kidney ills.Doan's .
i it is "prepared." If its alleged men I ice control of the Mametz wood; which I Germany was irdicated tonight
with A
i amply! justify his course. Enough irregularities water, never over-eat, Kidney Pills are for weak I r '
are only two-legged animals, preparation I have already bean uncovered take regular exercise avoid exceses'and had been entered the previous night special permit was obtained for continuing : !
is impossible. I! by the Germans. In the same region kidneys. the unloading of the vessel
overwork and live health tonight ._ !
to show that a full investigation among Here is good testimony to it:
When the Confederate occurred I northeast of the Somme the British prove and it was .'
war expected
I
that
will have a wholesome effect on future ful surroundings.Of : I I J. T. Shaw, farmer, R. F. D. No. 6, she 1
Southern in fifty knew made some progress in the Trones would be ready by dawn
not one man I elections. The irregularities do not what u'=e is a vessel that alwa'sleaks Box No. 54 Gainesville Fla., : tomorrow to-
says
the difference between "right face"and wood and repulsed two heavy attacks begin taking of
I, necessarily show that there has been and will not float unless eased I "I have to be on my feet a great partof on a cargo nickel and
"about face." We knew absolutely against Contalmalson. The Germans rubber.Xo .
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I dishonesty, but it certainly has beeh by the pump? Likewise, what do persons the time and I think that is the
nothing of military tactics. We are reported to have lost heavily in I one in authority would
: shown that there has been a misunderstanding amount to who can never learn direct of kidneys becoming say when
had practically no munitions of war, of the provisions of the to take care of themselves but are their attacks on Trones wood. I I disordered.cause I first my noticed pains in the vessel would depart and the only.:,"

!, and long after the fighting began men .primary law, or gross carelessness. In always ailing? Follow the simple :I I Th? French r.nd! German forces my back, which bothered me when I positive statement in that connection -
would into battle without weapon I south of the Somme apparently contained in '
go any either event the investigation will put rules of health which we all know and. are The secretionswere was Capt. Koeni 3 declaration :
I and wait till a comrade was shot I election officers of the future on notice here will be little illness among uf.! ::{ resting as there has been almost no stooped irregular over. in kidney Doan's to the local customs officers

down to get arms to fight with. that they must follow the law. There are many good "patent medi- activity in the region of Picardy since passage. relief. that he expected to sail "within tenda's.
Pills brought me quick
Yet 650,000 Confederates fought 2- I the first of the week. Kidney I ." The Thomas
The contest will serve also to steady cines, and they have been called "the The pains in back left and the tug F. Timmins
Federals four fought I I Around Verdun, however and my
750,000 years; party matters. If Mr. Knott is shownto poor mans friends. The medicines especially action became regular." completed repairs todiy and took up
; until our rations gave out and starvation : have received a majority of the are all right for the ailments they on the right bank of the kidney all dealers. Don't ;'.a osition: directly in front of the
Price 50 cents at
I made us cease the conflict.'Preparednessl" votes cast he should have the nomi. claim te cure; but when you use any, Meuse, bitter and heavy fighting is in I Deutschland. When the Timmins en.
simply ask for a kidney remedy-getDoan's :
nation is always between the forces of the
A
nation and in that event we believe he be sure you use them in the right progress Pills the that i tered dry dock it was reported that
Kidney same
prepared, if it has :MEN.-Jasper German crown prince and the French she
would be elected bv. an overwhelming place. When in doubt see the 'doctor. :Mr. Shaw had. Foster-Milburn Co., was getting r.adyto return to the
I News. defenders of the fortress. The Ger-
S vicinity of the
majority because there can be little capes to convoy into
,
Buffalo N. Y. (28))
S WHAT THEY THINK OF US. mans, following their in the Props., ,
I doubt that, as between him and :Mr.: up success the Chesapeake, as she did the Deut-

GERMAN VIRILITY. Catts, he is the actual choice of a very region of the Damloup battery, have COUNCIL IX REGULAR SESSION. schland, the submarine Bremen, which ;
undertaken a strong offensive toward is said to be four dyg her f
large majority of the democrats of the That the Mexicans consider the on way
Just as we read of the big drive of state. If, on the other hand, the recount Amercians as lazy, dull, beer-seaked, I Fort Souville, the possession of which (Continued From Page 1.) to this country. -
\ the allies against the Germans, and would strengthen their position for a The air of
of the votes shows that Mr. money chasing immoralists, i is indicated mystery surrounding all
feel good because the war will soon be Mr. Knott further advance on Verdun. Will Moitt do __________0000000000 :tOOWill discussion of the Deut chland's {
Catts still has a lead over by a story of a conversation be- Wainwright _nnnnn________ 2.00 depar-
ended, as Germany's resources must he will be accepted with a great: deal tween two Mexicans told by John Al- Chas Beasley do _nnnn_________ 3.00 ture was deepened tcday by reports
peter out comes the news that a better grace than ha would if he were len, of Puerta, Mexico, a refugee from BANK STATEMENT. Allen Cano\a do ____nn_______. 3.00.us that her clearance papers may not be
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___
German submarine freight carrier has to go: on to the general: election with Mexico, who Inaded at Port Tampa Report of the condition of the Brad- (Leo Beasley Cano\a] do do nnnnnUn__--__--__.____--____ 3.00 2.00Ab made public when filed, thus prevent-
i arrived in Baltimore with a much doubt in the minds of the, people as to Saturday afternoon and visited JudgeW. ford County Bank, at Starke, in the Sydbotem do nnnn____._ 3.00 ing advance notice of her leaving being -
I of :Markley! Johns do ___________________ 3.00Drf'w
needed of dyestuffs and other state Slorida, at the close of busi- obtained.It .
cargo whether he came by his nomination L. Pierce of this city Sunday.Mr. Alvarez do ....____________00_ 3.00
things, as well as mail. It had taken honestly or not. A majority of the Allen is superintendent of oil ness June 30, 1916. Will Baisden do _____________________ 1.00 became known late today that
the craft only sixteen days to cross I II people, and a very considerable majority distribution for the Pearson company, Resources Frank Lane do __nn____________ 1.09 several conferences have been held

the ocean, and it had broken through too, do not accept Mr. Catts Lord Cowdray's concern of England, Loans on real estate ______ 62,330.00: Total ____--_----___________----__-- 251.27 here between representatives of the
the blockade along the European I' Loans on collateral security Road and Bridge FundJ. Ocean Navibation
I with perfectly good grace. He may and it is necessary for a close watch Company ar.d of the
___ _____
and eluded watchful entente' other than real estate ____ S. Mercer str work nn 13.93:
coasts be ever so good a man, and might to be kept on the tanks of oil at the 12,122.00All Mercer & Strickland sprinkling streets 1.00 Krupp Steel Company'and Simon Lake :
: warships on the ocean. When the I make the state an ideal governor: but port from which large shipments to other loans and discounts 57,180.71 Quiirley Lumber Go. lumber nails 0000 4.53J. inventor of the submarine. This gave

craft returns she will be loaded with Overdrafts _______________ 343.81 W. Andrews & Son hauling ____nn 4.50V. rise
the fact remains that a large majorityof made He said to reports that a was in
Europe are regularly. \ F. :Mutt scav work _--______.____-- 3.20 company
r rubber and nickel, so much needed in I the citizens of the state look upon : that one night as te was going: about State, county and municipal process of formation for the purposeof

Germany for carrying: on the war. him as a sort of political interloper.I the tanks he saw two Mexicans, whomhe bonds __________________ 2,000.00 Total -_______________________________107.1S carrying on undersea: commerce be.

t Perhaps the war will not be ended j jj If the contest instituted by Mr. Knot't had hired as watchmen, talking: together Banking house, furnitureand A. M. Darby land Bond for septic Fond tank ____ 130.00: tween this country and Germany and

so soon after all. It won't do to gamble shows that Mr. Catts really receivedmore very intently, and secretly he fixtures ____________ 20,790.00 The council adjourned.C. that Mr. Lake had teen invited to accept .

I on the defeat of such a resourceful I[ votes than Knott this feeling will climbed on the tank to where he could Other real estate u________ 5,711.50 A. FUTCH. the position of consulting engi-

j I and capable nation as the Ger- ; be largely dispelled, and most of those: hear what they were talking about. Claims and other resources Town Clerk.

. man. ."' j I It II i who now feel rebellious toward the One of the Mexicans was telling the Bradford county school neer.While no official announcement could

I1 4_ --- Alabama man will vote for him as a other about the American people, and scrip warrants __________ 17,229.60Due NEW COINS SOON IN CIRCULA- be obtained from Paul G. L. Hilken,

} t I _. > RBAL PATRIOTISM. i ii matter of party loyalty. this i? substantially what he said: "A from incorporated banks 60,147.33 '*?._ TIOX.WAShINGTON American representative of the sub-. ., I
!. --- the the the Checks and exchanges for marine interests, it is understood that
t I Altogether: Telegraph: thinks long: time ago North Americanswere I
i. American patriotism has proven itself contest instituted by Mr. Knott will strong, brave and hesrty. They clearing: --______________ 3,382.17 plans for the new venture will be sent

[ to be ncre than talk, and dollars have a wholesome effect, and we are lived in the forests, being mighty in I Cash on.. hand -___________ 8,476.69 coins of artistic design, July in the 12.-New dime, back to Germany on the Deutschland.

I and conveniences are freely sacrificedin ,glad that he disregarded the adverse stature and experts with the gun. 'r J Mr. Lake is said to have reached a
" behalf in this time I Total __ ________249,913.81 quarter and half-dollar denominationsnow with the
the country's of criticism and set the legal machinery I. Then they were shrewd and lived clean are being turned out by the -I satisfactory agreement own-
trouble with Mexico. Not only have in motion in an effort to have the lives. But later the forests were cleared Liabilities government ers of tke Deutschland, and to have

) the militiamen called {to the front i will of the voters properly recorded. away, towns began to grow up and Capital :stock paid in ______ 25,000.00 mints, under an order issued abandoned any intention of libelingI
rule but j Surplus fund ___ 9,000.00 by Secretary McAdoo, authorizing the the vessel. He left !for Bridgepert
freely responded, as a many the people began to live in the towns. uuu first change in design in twentyfiveyears. ,
employing firms have decided that the''j WHY ILLNESS ..... I Now they live in cities. They drink Undivided profits (less expenses Conn., and is expected to return here
On the face of the half-dollar
I -s and __
pay of their men who have been called beer all the time and are filled withit taxes paid 4,744.29 is in a few days.
full with back-
length Liberty
L Individual a a
out will go on at the" same rate as :, There 1!;as a time when a farmerI like a sponge. All they think of isjetting check deposits subjectto ground of the American flag. The reverse -

?*!ore,
employed by them when they return gloss of cattle, etc., and his brother ;. brightness and strength and their certificates of deposit. 8,825.00 a mountain with wings unfolded. Stewed prunes were stolen recently
Certified checks ______ ___ 89.55 crag
home. Musicians in Philadelphia and I farmers sympathized with him, pitying sense of honor. They will sell their Cashier's checks u The twenty-five cent piece bears a'ulllength from the home cf & deputy United

Boston, who refused to go with their'I poor Joe or Jim for his "bad luck," wives for money, and are crazy to be outstanding 378.09 Liberty with shield upraised States marshal of Lot Angeles, by a
I __ ______
regiments because they had engagements never dreaming that he himself was rich. They are cowards and will not Savings deposits u 69,8.34.81\\ while on the reverse side there isa barefoot burglar, who was frightened

; to play in parks and theatres, I mostly to blame for his reverses. That fight. They are stupid. ; from the residence upon the return
of
figure an eagle: in flight.: On both
___ _
Total ______249,913.81State
I which paid them better, were sum- sentiment is changed now, and one "The English are dull, too, but they -- -- -- the quarter and half dollar is the inscription of the family. From all appearancesthe

marily discharged both from their reg- I who comes out poorly at the end of a are not like the Americans. They of Florida, County of Bradford: "In God We Trust." On the burglar sat on the floor with the
I J. H. Ritch cashier of the
iments and their In like the Ameri above and threw the I
engagements. a. season when there are many reasons were not once bright dime is Liberty with winged jars of stewed prunes
'I Western state several guardsmen refused -; why he should have done well, findsno ; cans. They always were dull. They named bank, do solemnly swear that the fore side with a design a of axe cap and on pits about the room. When the fan-

to enlist in the Federal service I sympathy, but is apt to be metwith I do not drink beer like the Americans the above statement is true to the best faces the fly entered the front door he fled out
on reverse.
.
because would not leave their : i drink The of my knowledge and belief. the reveral of
they such declarations as these: "Why, though. They whiskey. back. carrying Jars

: t business, and they were drummed out'I,yu couldn't expect to snake anything I II I Mexicans do not need to fear! the ..) J. H. RITCH Cashier., SOME FEATURES OF MEXICO. prunes. with him.

:. of camp. Similar instances are plentiful -when you didn't fertilize and kill the North Americans or the English. i -
j The call the takes i I the Mexicans Subscribed and sworn to before me flIn
that
of country I grass," or, "Of course your crops were "It 1 is the Canadians Doubt. Mj
; precedence over dollars. 1 1t drowned out when you didn't ditch the have to fear. They live in the this 13th day of July, 1916. Editor R. H. Edmunds, of the Manufacturers "What mates you.k<:ep turning your jj

Thj apparently well paid trainmen I I It I water off," or, "if you had had decent forest and.are strong and brave. If D. E. KNIGHT, Record, in discussing the head?" asked the man at the ball -||

t of the railroads, who threaten to strike.I(fences the cattle and hogs would not they ever come to Mexico they will Notary Public. Mexican situation, relates some of the game. "Do you see anybody you

-' if their demands for further increase have entered your field and eaten up raise hell."-St. Petersburg Times. Correct-Attest. : interesting facts of Mexico as follows: know?" <

:: of pay and other advantages are not the crops," or, "as long as you worked W. T. WEEKS, Mexico is, roughly speaking: in area "Xo." answered his ;wife. "I'm study- *
chosen unsuitable CONCERNED OVER THE FOREIGN N. T. RITCH, about the size of the sixteen Southern can't be
I4. granted, have a very your mule to death and gave himI Ing tie facial exressons. I
I time for such business, for the i nothing to eat, what could he do but TRADE. "._ 0. J.. GRIFFIN, Directors. States. It is a country of vast mountain quite sure whether the people are
I ..**.> -- ranges, of vast deserts, of the extreme -
of expressingtheir
i: unimpeded working of the railroads die ?" and so on. STATEMENT. cheering the players or

? the country, for the transportation of Time will come when we will find WASHINGTON, July 11.-Serious BANK of tropical luxuriance and the feelings toward the umpire."
.
Report of tho condition of the Bankof
barrenness of mountains without -
men and supplies, is a necessity .fort much of the sympathy bestowed on in administrationcircles veg-
is
concern growing in the statt of I
Starke Starke
with Mexico. The at etation. It is a country of extremesin writer was informed, had for years
our success in a war sick people similarly wasted. A per- the assaults that will
would consider such over cer- Florida, at the close of business June wealth and in poverty, of educationand paid monthly dividends of 250 per cent
American nation be injured in an accident that trade
i
United States
son be made
may tainly on
30th, 1916: financial columns of the local
of densest ignorance. It is a and the
.r a strike as unpatriotic and frown up- I he could not prevent, or catch an infectious when the European war ends. Muchof Resources '
on it; but the railroad men, who havealways disease, or become the victimI the alarm is caused by reports that country of extremes of magnificent: papers quoted its stock at $25,000 a
I' __.55,622.13 .
Bills receivable ______
will homes of the rich and of the dreariest share. .
;r, before been reasonable, I be beset
incurable disease, or of
an the state
have to department
view the question in the I lof' old come State, county and municipal huts and adobe homes of the poor. Enrique C. Creel, the president of
. 1 probably )' the ailments attendant on age. the trade conference of the Allies recently -
bonds ___ 4,000.00Banking in the
The banks
uuu City of Mexico with of these $25,000,000
if popula- one
strike a
and off the he deserves
i light put In either of these cases held in Paris. It is believed
I house furniture and tion of about 400,000 is situated in City of Mexico, and also of a $4,000- -
strike to some more opportune he a
b l'same they have to sympathy. But too often brings that the entente powers:; will! boycott fixtures _________________ 8,466.37Other superbly beautiful valley, having an 000 bank at Chihurhua, at one time i

'. i ( time. I the diseases upon himself by disre- neutrals in order that their own trade real estate ___-__u__ 200.00 elevation of 7,500 feet. In the dis- was ambassador to the United States, 5
S I of health. Overeating
garding the rules from the effects of the
DISTRIBUTION OF LABOR. may recover Claims and other resources_ 1200.00 tance can be seen mountain peaks with owner of a ranch of 2,500,000acres 1
ut: of water liv-
drinking impure The federal trade commission, J'J'was
I surroundings are war. Due from incorporated banks13587.01 an elevation of 16,500 to 17,500 feet. of a cottonseed oil mill and f
L .ing among unhealthy the department of commerce and labor Checks and exchanges for $1,500,000,
Some ten or twelve when factory capitalized at 1
years ago
: W. A year ago little or nothing was fruitful sources of diseases. Or a and the s nate foreign committee will soap
__
clearing ___ 1044.60 at
heard"from districts ailment be neglected and uUu the writer was in the City of Mexico, an iron and steel plant capitalized f!
the agricultural trifling view to
great with
may hold investigation
a
an Cash hand ______ 4004.94 oth
9 until it be- on uuu I I it was accounted one of the most beau- the same amount, and of various
;. ". of the West regarding scarcity become aggravated defensive legislation. County warrants _______ __ 926.52 millions -
of labor. Today the whole West is ,comes difficult to cure. Reading cir- u tiful cities of the world, and was often industries representing! some I- 1

; harvest hands. Within a culars and calendars issued by patent 1 1j Come every day, July 10 to 22, and referred to as the Paris of America.Its of dollars. His father-in-law, | ]f
t calling industrial for conditions have materially I I'medicine makers may lead a person find bargains. Brown's. 7-7-2t Total __u_______________89,051.57Liabilities I I dry goods and jewelry stores very Governor Terrazza.. had a ranch of

: year changed. No man anywhere j believe he is afflicted with ailments far surpassed in size and beauty of 6,000,000 acres, and a cousin had a
' 1to 'I
E to is idle unless he chooses to be. Mobilization I which do not exist in his case, and DESERTION FROM DE FACTO Capital stock paid in u15,000.00'display any similar stores in Balti- ranch of 1,000,000 'acres, which was lfJj

l-f.: of troops has taken 2OOOtOi I the nostrums he takes to "cure".them FORCES BRINGS NEW CRISIS Surplus fund uuuu 3000.00 I more. Its magnificent boulevard, managed by Creel. This condition was

:'.:.. I. from peaceful pursuits. There well calculated to make him think Undivided profits (less expenseS stretching from the newer portion of typical of the magnitude of some of

l 4 i-, is men necessity for distribution of labor I tare he is sick indeed. Indigestion is a (Continued From Page 1.) and taxes paid)____ 1,032.63: 'I the city three miles to the Palace of the larger business operations in Mexico -

. national trouble, generally brought on Individual j deposits subject to I Chepultepec, is 600 feet wide, lined and of the men who in finance antigovernment
resources. common
to conserve I captives. !] check ___________________56.274.55: : with home" the country. i
.- And this necessity exists all the by over-eating and drinking too cold Substantiating the story of the superb Its wealthy people dominated

If more because, while every American ,I water. Often the gases generated interfere branding: of prisoners, was the storyof i Time certificates of deposit 13725.39 I educated their children abroad, Creel had broad atatemanlike qualitiesand

is employed, immigration is reduced with the action of the heart, a Mexican soldier who reported to I Cashier's:: checks outstanding 19.00I I largely in Paris. They live in luxury as a financier \.a3 a man of excep

: minimum. There is 'and then it is thought weak heart is i in homes that would do credit to Fifth tional ability.
I
practically to a General Gonzales. his arrival in
t, upon Total ____________u89,051.51I than
in- ( and instead of Dr. avenue. There are several banks in Mexico has longer coast line
taking
-, little or no common labor coming the matter Juarez, that his ears had hen cropped -I a
of Bradford
: 4.. tKc country. There are few immigrants Imhoffs Imperial Impelment for Indigestion after his capture at Jirvnez. The State of Florida. County : the City of Mexico, or were prior to that of the United States, excluding

to be distributed, and there is I the patient takes Dr. Petos- arrival said the anti-American sentiment -I I. Ted H. Halligan.; cashier of the I the war, each having a capital of $:!5.- Alaska, on the Atlantic, Pacific and

prospect of no greater number in the key's Prime Pellets for Palpitation in Chihuahua City had disap- above-named bank do solemnly swear 000,000 or over, and in various parts. the Gulf. It is a country of amazingly

,.. future. Countries from whcih immigrants for the assumed ailment, and the real peared. I that the above statement is true to of that country there were other great great mineral wealth and in some portions

: have come need every man. trouble is never known. Circulars intended Another American who arrived from I the best of my knowledge and belief. financial institutions commensurate in of equally a* great agriculturalpotentialities. : "'

1; : The only solution to the problem to boost nostrums for kidney the Casas: Grandes district said that TED H. HALLIGAN, capitalization and'influence with these With a population of ...

':- ;;: seems to be found in a different kind trouble can easily make any simpleminded the advent of rainy season had beena Cashier. big banks. There is one cotton mill about 16,000,000 cr 17.000,000, raW !:

of distribution than the country has person believe his kidneys are great: relief to the soldiers of the Subscribed and sworn to before me in Mexico with $15,000,000 capital saidto of whom during the last few years i.

: .... ever witnessed. So far as possible out of joint, whenever his back hurts American expeditionary command. this 12th day of July, 1916.A. have the largest equipment on one have been trained to war. who are '

ci. :: men have to leave their ordinary- him from much stooping or lifting: or some of whom were beginning to sicken floor of any in the world. There is a well equipped, hardened by actual
themselves to the S. CREWS, steel plant at Monterey built at knowing these F
f. cations and devote from touch of rheumatism. The with the continued dust storms, an fightine experience,
: ]
i4 A Western farming paper suggests medicines ) He added that natives in that district i Correct-Attest: other iron works, foundries and shops able to ndjrra the tortures of ,

., that the student body of the country, are sure to brine on such cling firmly to the belief that Villa is E. S. MATTHEWS, throughout Mexico. An illustration of the deserts and $f the heat of th f i'":

now on vacation enrage in the solution trouble in course of time. While he i is dead. the profit of some of their enterprisesis tropics, they can, if they unite again"this '"

)t of the harvest problem. This paper ,sick he loses time and makes all A. H. FREEMAN, seen in the fact that at the time of country, give t us very serious an",'"

1; estimates that there are at least 200-t around him miserable. Some persons Read the Telegraph. A. M. DARBY, Directors. this visit one mining company, so the long-time- __ trouble.-, __--c><

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FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE : t i
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ._ _ _ I FIVE.
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'--- -_ Mrs. M. E. Edwards, of Lawtey, BAPTIST CHURCH. + + + + + + + + +.. + + + + + + I

made a short stay in Starke last Mon CANDIDATES FOR + + .

day. The pastor attended the encamp- .:CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING *
Lt .
Bits of Local ment at Lake City two days last week.It .
Hon. P. L. Gaskins, of Jacksonville, was great, both intellectually and THE SOCIALIST + + + + + .p + + + + + + + 4

'was the week end guest of Mr. and spiritually. A very large number of ; !
Mrs. H. C. Richard. FOR SALE.-Good! horse.! D. C. '
for done
diplomas work
were givenout
Information Jones Starke. : 7-14-tf.
S as the result of work done in the TICKET SELECTED ,
Mrs. Charlie Moitt, of Hilliard is --
various lines of Teacher
Training, FOR SALE-Yourg jnule. wagon, 7
c..Mj 0. P..,,.. 2&1"1 ... spending a while at the home of Mr. Baptist Manual and Winning to Christ. harness tools! will sell ata
NI" Ire C.cr' aM r..... and Mrs. A. E. Moitt. There good services farming ,
were morningand
bargain. D. T. Clark, Starke.
evening last Sunday at the Bap- EXECUTIVE COMMITTEEMET

-- u The Baptist Sunday school went to tist church. The attendance was rood. i2t. :

jL- Kingsley lake yesterday for their an- -the music nice and the spirit fine. IN JACKSONVILLE FOR SALE-One Jerstj-cow and six- k.

Mrs. W. H. Graham spent last Mon- Mrs. N. M. Jones and son, Forrest, nual picnic. Quite a crowd of both Quite a number are on their vaca- months old heifer'calf. Cow gives

day in Jacksonville. I II Df Winter Haven, were week-end children and grown people enjoyedthe tions and are missed from the church C. C. Allen of St. Petersburg, Covernor 4 gallons milk Ptlays.. J. T. Quig- 1
I guests at the home of Rev. and Mrs. day's outing and the bountiful services. Others are planning to
.
go. 6- 0"tf.
ley. .j
; Attorney General, A. D.
0. B. Hazen, of Brooker, was a visitor W. G. Law. basket dinner. Regular services morning and even

to Starke Wednesday. I ing next Sunday. Miller of Ruskin. FOR SALE-Comfbie;: house with j I

Mr. Paul E. Canova and family have Mrs. R. M. Fugate, who has been eight rooms and 5)ctr and 54 acre j''

Miss Ellen Gnann has gone to visit !,I gone out to their summer cottage at ..visiting her sister, Mrs. Frank Colley, SAMMY STERNBERG'S BIRTHDAY I lot in Hampton. ,Reasonable terms. j
JACKSONVILLE
her sister, Mrs. Bertice Masters, of j Kingsley lake, where they will spend has returned to her home in Bronson. PARTY. July ;:!.-At the Write Mrs. Annj. E. Young, Hampton ,
recent meeting in this of the
.several weeks. Little will in city
Okahumpka. Grace Fugate remain Fla. 331tf. .
,
1 1'j.
Starke few state executive committee, of the So-
a days longer visiting .
\ Ladies it's Little Sammy Sternberg celebratedhis cialist party of Florida, considerable FOR SALE-House and lot and 2
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. a positive fact you can Frances Colley. j

A. G. Green Wednesday July 12th. buy from me now lace, ribbon, silks, sixth birthday Monday afternoonby business was transacted, includnig vacant lots, known a$ Mrs. L. C.

____ j II i ii dress goods or notions less than I Masters George and Don Mozo, of inviting the following little folks consideration: of matters pertaining to Hull's home. Bargain. of a lifetime '
i to come and with him the state ticket to be voted in the
play and on
A. L. Alvarez has shipped off a : could replace. Buy for fall needs and Jacksonville, are visiting; their grandmother enjoy if taken at once. Mrs..Jay S. Brown. j
the that his general election in November.
goodies Mr.
'large number of cow hides this week. '!save 25 to 50 per cent. Brown's. Mrs. C. A. Liddon, on Walnut parents and I 7-7-3t. : :
Mrs. All the candidates chosen
street. Sternberg provided: Sue Dodge, were selected .
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Everything at wholesale prices or ( Mrs. Nell Hughes returned home Virginia Weeks, Alma Clark, Elise by a referendum of the party LOST-S-year old, dun colored steer; .

less at Brown's Closing Out Sale. |Tuesday after a two months' stay with We will sell you blankets or dry Jones, Mary Canova, Eila Poppell, membership. The state ticket is white spot in face and on right
Margaret Ritch Miriam headed C. C. Allen of St. Peters-
friends in Atlanta and other pointsin goods cheaper than you can buy from I Ortegas, Ruth by flank; marked crop split underbitin ;
: the mills. Poppell, Lucile Mitchell, Fannie Darby burg, for governor; attorney general, in the other. t
Special Sale on Men's and Boy's Georgia.Mrs. Going out of business on- one ear and crop split
| Russell Daniel, Eugene :Matthews Admer D. Miller, of Ruskin; comptroller -
|
Palm Beach pants at Stump's. ly reason. Brown's. Reward for information to E. L.
i Yascoe Turner Johns CharlesI Angelo Leto of Tampa treasurer '
John Ritch and daughter, Miss i George ; Wilson, Starke. 6303t.
Marks Laurie Tomlinson Carl L. Harter of Ruskin Justice of
Lassiter .:
D. A. Denmark, of Ft. Pierce, was Effie, and Master Johnny Ritch, of Elam Glisson, of McRae, Clay county -f'Andrews ,

renewing acquaintances in Starke Sat- Valdosta, are guests at the home of was a business visitor to Starke Morrell Smith. supreme court, Joseph I. Granger, of STRAYED-Red heifer..1* years: oVl,

urday. I Mr. X. T. Ritch. Monday. He reports fine crops in his i Ice cream and cake and other refreshments Tampa; railroad commissioner, Char- upper slope and underbit in one ear,

, section.A were served, as well as les F. Schneider, of Ocala; presidential under slope and upper bit in the
I f!candy ad libitum and the electors, W. W. Gordon of Lemon
1,000 sheet music, standard value I Special Sale on Ladies' high grade [ ; youngstershad other, branded "I. A..on: fore-shoul- j i

25c up, 15 copies for 15c. Brown's slippers-$1.49 at Stump's. SiC saddle and bridle, $7.50 at such a fine time with their games City; Fred A. Coles, of Lake Worth; der and hind hip. Reward for recovery .
5
I and rompingg that they wished! Sam- Frank W. Cotton, of Green Cove
Brown's.M. Andreu I.
Out Sale. I by Ira R. 3, Starke. J
! Closing I 1 mv'S hirthdavs--- ------, \vnnld.. ____ rnmp.__ oftpnPY' Springs; Henry Dalloz, Jacksonville; .
.I Harold Wall went down to Gainesville tiaii; once a )'ear. They left nn.n'l, wishing Franklin Pimbley, of Tampa; and J. AMERICAN STEAMEU HITS AMINE -
.
D. Carter of the
I? Mr. Tom Bowman,. of Huntington, Tuesday to visit his aunt, Mrs. Wateroak section '
I their little host many happy returns.PADGETTJONES. II. Lastinger, of Fort Ogden. OFF THE CORDOUAX
West Virginia, is in town visiting IS.I T. Dell. lie was accompanied by was in town Monday and to a reporter ,
Congress: First district, Frank Sul-
friends. for the Telegraph stated that .
Jim Kickliter.
3, I livan, of Ruskin; Fourth district, A.
the crops in that section are the fin- PARIS, July 12.-The American
N. Jackson, of Jacksonville. For Unit-
Mrs. Mary Weeks has returned I Mrs. R. T. Richard, of Jacksonville, est in years. Crop reports from the ed States senator r.. L. Goodwin, of steamer Gold Shell struck a mine on .

borne from a visit with relatives at and Mrs. W. H. Hoffman, of Dunnel- entire county are most encouraging.The Mr. A. G. Padgett and Miss Pearl Fort Pierce. Monday night off Cordouan Island

I &tlant*. I lon, were guests of relatives in Starke county will produce more corn Jones were quietly married at Bush- Petitions in to be near the mouth of the Gironde. The '.
preparation
during last week. this year than in any previous year.: nell Sunday, July 2nd, at 2:30 o'clock. are forward part of the steamer was part-

No 666 win cure Malaria or Bilious i Nearly every farmer has fine corn. )lr. Padgett is a son of Mr. and Mrs.J. sent out for signatures in order to ly wrecked. She managed to get into -

Ferer.. It kilh the germs.B. Mr. E. M. Thomas and family left The cotton crop will probably be up C. Padgett, of the Graham settle- have the the ballot.names of candidates placedon the mouth of the Gironde, however, j '

I i:1 few days ago by automobile for to the average. Potatoes, sugar cane ment, and is an employee of the Seaboard Plans made for conducting where the cargo is being! lightered.

B. Hopson the movie man, has Laurensburg, X. C., where they wlil and peanuts are generally unusually I > Railway, and is highly respected were the an
energetic throughout
campaign
returned home from an extended business -I spend several weeks. promising. bv> all that know him. Miss Jones is : NEW LAND IMPROVED. I
both of
state and also to have one or
of Plant
trip. one City's popular young
I Show cases must sell. Brown's. ladies and i is highly respected. They the national candidates to take part in II
.; $500 ran be saved by closjng a deal the campaign in the state. Allan L. I D. W. Alvarez has bought of J. M. \
, will make their home in Plant .
Mr.and Mrs. D. W. :Moore of The- City.Mr.
for my property within three weeks. for of wil dland
Benson is the Socialist candidate Truby about 31 acies :
the visitors to Special Sale on Ladies' high grade and Mrs. Padgett spent the '
ressa, were among i )11':;. Jay S. Brown.
president, and George R. Kirkpatrickfor most of which lies hPtaeen Temple ,
Starke"Wednesday. I slippers-$1.49 at Stump's. Fourth at Graham with the former's
vice president.The street and the railroad; torth of town. >

Mr. Henry Freeman is in Gaines parents. state; executive committee members This land, which is mostly swamp, has
1 Mrs. A. M. Darby and little daughter ville attending the University Summer Finest kind of show cases to !sell or is
Dalloz in Ir.h'arez and
are I. C. Baldwin, Henry been fenced by
Fannie, are visiting in Lake City, trade. Brown's. Show cases, fixture, etc., must be
. I School, where he is taking special and A. N. Jackson of .Jacksonville; E. being cleared and drained. The soil ,
of Mrs. R. T. Boozer. sold. Erow!:!'so 7-7-2t.;
guests work in and '
chemistry physics.Mr.
I Madison and C. A. Lellardy, of Palatka is very rich and epedally suitable
Special Sale on Men's and Boy'sPalm White of Jacksonville for strawberries tomatoes and
: and George cane,
'i If you want to save big money on I Hugh L. Brownlee was takenill Beach suits at Stump's. PAPER COST IS SOARING ITAILY. state secretary.The celery.

i i what "you buy, Brown's the place.- suddenly in Jacksonville a few days

I Closing out everything. ago, but has now sufficiently recoveredto BROOKERIELOS.. Some idea of the problem which first grapes brought to Starke CEMETERY NOTICE.
be brought to his home in this city. the
: newspapers are facing today may this season was by Bartol Watschonig -

. 1 Frank Moore, formerly of Starke, Brooker is destined to become famous be gleaned from the following well- Wednesday. They were bunch grapes All interested in the New ,

i i now of Jacksonville, was renewing The many friends of R. A. Weeks as a watermelon growing sec written explanation of the situation grown by him on his place in the Ger- Zion cemetery persons will gather there on |

: acquaintances here Monday. were glad to see him on the streets tion. Not long ago the Telegraph man which appeared recently in the Atlanta mantown settlement. Thursday, July 27, provided with tools

\ again Tuesday. Mr. Weeks' left eye was given a melon weighing 48 pounds Georgian: the etc. Also
for cleaning ground
J. J. Chaplin formerly of Starke, is still suffering, but he hopes to soon that was grown by John Shriver, a Not only is white paper far and OVER 23: PROSTRATION'S. bring baskets up for dinner on the

: nut now of Jacksonville, spent Friday have.i he full use of it. well known merchant at Brooker. On away more expensive today than it ever '

: in Starke on businness. Monday a 54-pounder was sent to us was before and likely to go still grounds. .
NEW YORK, July 12.-More than r* m
Dry goods, groceries, ehoes, hard by T. C. Hazen, the obliging SeaboardAir higher in price, but the gravity of the 0
'|| Miss Onie Edwards left Tuesday for 1 1i. ware to be sold out quickly at Brown's Line agent at Brooker. Mr. Ha- situation is still further increased by twenty-five prostrations, some of them SCHOOL BOARD
i. Jacksonville where she will be the severe, occurred here today, the hot- ASSIGNS TEACHERS j
;-7t.I zen owns a farm near the town and reason of the fact that it may becomea
guest of Miss Belle Kelley. I this melon proves that he knows how pressing problem in the near futureas test day of the year in New York city.

4 I Th__._ weather.. ___ _. bureau's___ kiosk re1t_ .. stern Continued From Page 1.)
I to cultivate it. to whether will be able (
Banker N. T. Ritch 'has for guests newspapers I ed 89'2 degrees at 3:30 o'clock this
I Mrs. "L. A. Davis and little daugh- this week Mr. and Mrs. John Ritch The melons from the Brooker section to get white paper at all. afternoon/ and even higher temperature Mrs. T. E. Waldrup was appointed

.ter, Ruby have returned home from and their two children, Miss Effie and have as fine flavor as those grown Every agency of the governmentthat for tomorrow. Canning Club Demonstrator for the t

19 a trip to Greensboro, N. C. Master John, also Miss Susie Ritch, anywhere and are in strong demand may be put into operation underour was promised coming year, to begin work October .

1 all of Valdosta, Ga. .Mr. John Ritchis wherever their excellence is known. present laws, as well as every con- WEAR BRITISH 1st and work until November 30th; t

1 You who want a horse buggy, cow a nephew of Mr. X. T. Ritch. trivance that private enterprise can AMERICANS work again February 15th
ccmmence
.1 or calves, rowboat launch, wagon, One lot second hand chicken wire, suggest; is at work seeking to relieve FLAGS TO PREVENT INSULTS 1917 and end work August 15, 1917. .

;'t lake or town property now is the time Mr. .and Mrs. Charles Cason have assorted sizes, cheap.. Brown's. this distressing situation in as large The treasurer was ordered to deposit -

'! .-Don't put it off. Brown's. gone to Philadelphia to visit their I measure as possible-but at least results COLUMBUS, N. M., July 12.- the interest and sinking! fund of

1 daughter, Mrs. J. R. Garris. They I Special Sale on Men's and Boy's cannot be expected to be partic- Americans living in Chihuahua and all the bonded districts in the banks

i Mr. George Hoffman, of Jacksonville will remain away about ten days Whileup PalmBeach suits at Stump's. ularly advantageous or helpful. other cities in northern Mexico are which have duly qualified and complied -

was the guest of his aunt, Mrs. north Mr. Cason will visit New The newspapers are being put to it wearing small British flags to ward off with the law enacted coveringsame.

.J J. R. Davis, one day'last week. I York City and other points of inter- CARLYLE PEEK as never before in their history to insults to themselves and their nationality .;

est. meet the demands of their constituencies according to a report broughthere The bills approvedand
following tere
I I Rub-My-ThmAnfiseptis, Anodyne and to supply to the public that today from Mexico. ordered drawn for same.F. .
scrip
!I -Kills pain, .stops putrefaction.F. If ono-balf the people realized the Former Starke Boy Graduates From quality of output the public demandsand G.'SCHELL!'. *

market tonditions and knew values, Chicago School of Architecture.Mr. has a right to expect even admit- SIX HUNDRED THOUSAND Secretary. r

F. L. Colson, of Brooker, and H. H. 50 clerks couldn't wait ou eager'buy tedly the stated necessities of strict NICKELS A' DAY FROM MINT 0-.

-J "Williams, of Guilford, were among ers at Brown's Closing Out Sate. Carlyle Peek left Starke m economy. Ux-Foj A Mild, Effective LUIfrt I liver Ton* r'

.1 the visitors in Starke Wednesday. 1912 and entered the Chicago School Every avenue through which white PHILADELPHIA, Pa., July 12.- VNtGnorDtztia1thathmach.Iu .

L. G. Sibley sold his farm at The- of Architecture, which is one of the paper may be conserved, therefore, is The report of coinage at the local mint addition to other properties,Lax-Fos

I Mesdames A. H. Freeman' and J. P. re.ssa some time ago and has now pur- best schools in this'line in the United being closely guarded-for not onlyis for the fiscal year ending June 30 contains Cascara in acceptable form a

:, Tomlinson spent the week end at chased the Newsom place three miles States, having as its president the it the duty of newspapers to meet made public by John Clark, superin- stimulating Laxative andttmic.' L&x-Foa facts

i" "Kingsley lake at the Freeman cottage. southeast of Starke. He will take noted Dr. Gunsaulus. the full requirements of the service tendent of coinage, shows 155,101,312 effectively and does ,not gripe nor J..

possession tf his new home'in the fall. After studying for four years, ineluding imposed upon them but it is a mat- pieces representing a value of $42- disturb stomach. At the satne time,it aids ,',
I Mr. of Tallahas- digestion,arouses the live and secretions 'f I
Flournoy Phillips, with them as well to hold
of
ter pride
Mr. Sibley is an expert strawberry two summer terms, Mr. Peek 384,876 were turned out. Of this total and restores the functions
50c
\ .lee, was hi town last Friday and Sat- everything to the maximum stan- healthy ,
grower and preferred to be.4 little finished this rigid course and grad up 46,032,892 pieces valued at $27-
friends and relatives.
\ 'U'da7 visiting nearer to the Starke market. uated the past June. While studyingin dard. 642,387 were for foreign account. Cuba

Chicago he made his expenses by Practically without exception every took more than 3,000,000 pieces of EDGAR EYES

,.4; Mr. John Croft, one of Lake But-I.. i If ;you have a Ford you want to working from fire to ten each evening material entering into the manufacture gold, silver and nickel with an aggregate -. Optician TestedJACKSONVILLEFLA.

ler's substantial citizens, was trade off see 'Brown.Mr. in the John Crerrar library.Mr. of white paper has advanced value of $25,958,585, while Cen- .
iting business in Starke Wednesday. I I within the past 12 to 18 months from
'Peek and wife have for the tral and South American countries Broken

I I and Mrs. Perry Dover, and past two weeks been visiting their 5(* to 300 per cent. took the remainder of the foreign Sam L .r\sc. Duplicated
$ Day 6$ RIGitvcd i
D. W. Hancock, a well known citi- daughter, Miss Ovella. left Thursday relatives and renewing oW acquaintances Inks were never so nigh, and the output. The coinage completed for Wt$pccialize on farOrdcrs I Pay PDstatc
*en of the Providence sectiot, was increase in price of materials used in 140 W.FO"VT" 't -
!morning for North Carolina. Thei1adies in Starke. Tomorrow they will the United States totalled 109,068,330

transacting business in Starke Mon will visit relatives in different leave for Chicago .here.1r. Peek will the art department (such as zinc), pieces with a value of $14,742,731. It
day. in the composing rm) (such as .......t4.t. ..
parts of that statt, but Mr. Dover will open an office and engage in his chosen and included all denomination from pen-

I.gti to Xorthern Minnesota, to visit his profession. We will watch his linotype metal, etc.) has been posi- nies to double eagles. During the last .. .

Miss Cliffie Goode and Ada Hiers, I son, Mr. P. C. Dover, until September course with a large measure of interest tively staggering. few weeks of the year the demand for COMER L. PEESFlorida ..

of Gaiiesville, who have been visiting 1st, when ;he will go to North Caio- feeling sure that he will maKe Sooie of the chemicals absolutely small coin was unprecedented, the average Real Estate Land and .

.; Miss Ella May Long, hate returned lina and with his wife and daughter good in this important branch of tt>; indispensible in the art departmenthave shipment of nickel five cent .

home. return to Starke. world's work. gone to all but prohibitive prices. pieces for fifteen days being 600,000a Timber Ezper' I

The -public is intensely and vitally day. Most of them were for sub- .

: Mrs. L. A. Yates, of Tallahassee, Special Sale on Lad es' high grade Special Sale on Men's and Boy's I I interested in these matters, becausethe treasuries in the Middle West. : : S3 yaara Experience .t Starke. :
; *ifl arrive today, and while here be daily newspaper is an altogether
: tie slippers-$1.49 at Stump's.E. Palm Beach pants at Stump's. institution-and S4444+t444W4444I +M+ .
Mrs. A. H. Free- never,
guest of Dr. and I indispensable! Many shipments of potato vines M.ri
in the history of the newspa- ._ .
perhaps have left Starke lately. the -
M. Thomas and J. J. Hornsby Among
OF MISS HARRISON.
IN HONOR
man.N I was it so vital a factor in every
lately made a trip by automobile to per heavy shippers are Williams Bros., YOU CAN BE CORED
666 will cure Chills and Fever. day life as it is today. BY A
the Everglades, visiting OkeechobeeCity who own the former Busshardt place SPECIALIST WHO POSSES
i H Is the most speedy remedy we know. A: very pleasant evening was spent The great European war-the I northeast of Starke. SES THE EXPERIENCE OF \EARM.
and crossing Lake Okeechobee by The K1OHT kind of expcrti-nce-do
-_ _. I I' from 630 to 9:30 at the home of Mrs.J. greatest in all history-has entailed I ing the same tbli? the light way
successful
Mr. is
Henry who has been the guest boat. Hornsby a evening in hon. a tremendous and hundred or perhaps thouiandi of
Gray, I Bradford county farmer and returned O. Fralick Tuesday upon newspapers Arrange Pleasant Memories. time

.of Augustus Long for the past week, I home more impressed than ever with or of her sister, Miss Elsie Harrison. i extraordinary expense-but the public It Is a witty and a keen saying that IT OOX'T TI'IE ror TO THIXK GET:

.. has returned to his home in Gaines- the fine lands of this section. He saw The guests enjoyed a !selection of par- must be kept as fully informed as to "pleasant memories must be arrangedfor Tire Riaiir. ,TREATMLXTf ,
1 i Ii1Ie. I of the gigantic : \- nt you Ie
After ice struggle
"
music.
lor and an the
nothing on his trip that made himanxious games progress In advance. The way to have a tr"d of PA>I.NG ftr
'':f- --I I and from course had been served, they were :.I as is possible, and so the expense is happy road to look back over Is to fal.'urtf: ? .''!lke MBl
sell
out
Cabrrh Cannot Be CuredAPPLICATIONS i I to move entertained by an auto ride and pic incurred and paid.It make It happy aa one travels along >rota arrtrht. that.. my thtoutej raethcdi :- :

I' :,5Ot LOCAL as they here. tures. is safe to say that, with these by doing kindly and loving things, treat. I C.\III\OOD HO fOf-IT.
ctarrh reach the seat of the disease. Those were, Misses Gladys extraordinary expenses added to the and soy. lU ERanil
f taw a local ,%Ileaced 14 by constitutional conditions. We have a h use refrigerator, cots Gardiner Emma Powell, Elsie Harrison tremendously increased cost of the for cheer and courage. SIM e 111011. KINEfiLli)-;

I tab III*n order internal to cure it you must lounge) sewing machine, china closet, Messrs. Drayton Colley, Gary white paper and collateral items, the IJlJilE.\"Ea DEB TP.o.u1 f..: CVTiniUIU.
HaWs Ca- ; tttvntt,4
TU? ,,Cure is taken remedy.internally and heating stoves. gasoline stove at bar- Ennis, Carr Colley. reader is getting from the newspapersof mendous financial burden from which GE>EJLU. DI:;SIJI1'I .p-rlalu.anu
lets
t..... the blood on the .ur- the public benefits in astonish- In the ronrrrrxtirp i<.r.-rnrc*! trntment -
-4-- tis11 of the mucous gain prices. See us at the store.- the country today far and away directly of KIPTI RE. 1'If.!'.<- all KEC-
system Hall's Catarrh Toelc value for the. ing measure. IlL dlfiKUM anilKvUl I>iw* et of
_prl'lltTibed bY one of the best Brown's. Whenever Yc* Need General above the greatest pricehe MEX aDd %%&4LN.
:"II. In this country for years. It Take Grove's pays than ever before-and far Just how much longer the newspa- 1 Attribute & :&rr degree cf my
-J Qsei of some of the best tonics I will be able strain is cccris, to the fact that I pcnoneia&use *!!/
., :. Combined with some of the 31 The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless greater than he had any right at any pers to bear the tvtrjr periOD I :-es..
$1aM.-ad purifiers. The perfect com- Only a few weeks left-On July chill Tonic is equally valuable as a I I time to expect or even anticipate, and problematical, but-certainly they are Dr. Geo. L Plckerson

.- I" 5th $Cure J the Is ingredients what produces In .Hall's such 1916, the special bargain offer of two General Tonic because it contains the really, far more than he is entitled to, deserving of the greatest measure of ill W Fonrth !'t. Oyy. Hr.M Bao ,

IlrfUI results in catarrhal condisend of Pictorial Review for only $2 well known tonic properties of QUININE from the standpoint of strritly good commendation and thanks for what JACKSONVILLE: rL RIDA.
years Drives
for and IRON. It acts on the Liver, -
letimonials. freol' 4
r. t.r .iii1 EEY &: CO.. Props., Toledo, 0. of this offer now. Miss annie How- out Malaria, Enriches the Blood anJ business and common sense. they have been able to do and for
; -. }giztI. 7Sc. Builds up th v\hole System. 'iO ceu.s The newspapers are carrying a tre- what they have done so far. Read the Telejmph 5V t iu .
am1ly ell 7'I
t. Pi\3\! for constipation.
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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRlIH Y. JLLY 1J, 1911.



COUNTY TO ACCEPT PROMISSORY Florence Holton _______u_____________ 3.0
KNOH FOUR MEN KILLEDF. I J. C.O'!: ___: _______________________ S.OO' yotr
ii: CLAIMS 3 COUNTIES SHOW HE NOTE FROM THE STATE John Wright ________________________ 200 DO

Warren Hersey ______________________ 3.00

E. C. Train Crashed Into an <(Continued< From Page 1.) o.lkrood Mrs. 'E. C. Crews___--_and_____daughter_____--__-__--_-_____ '5.1)'-00'

fl IS LEADING BY TWENTY EIGHT VOTES Thomas Dyal u_______-_____________ 4.00 HAVE
1( Automobile Near Elkton. others: Martha \\Ueraon ______________00____ 3.00Affie SICK
Hampton Fla. June 28 lliL! Scott _nn.. ___________u____ 2.00 ,
I I I l'aac C'ark _nn______________ 2.00
-J.nhI t ST. AUGUSTINE, July fi.-A terrible To the Honorable Board of County L'onill'JItman _. _n' ____nnnu___ 2.00!
I L'. S. SOLDIER RESEMBLES PACK I Commissioners, Starke, Florida. I| NVwmani Childrei ____--_--________--_ 4.00] IIEADAC1f4
ItI1 : j Catts Claims Fraud Has Been tragedy occuned shortly after 11 ntlemen II I Mrs. Peter TarmenUT __--______--____ 300
MULE o'clock this morning at the point : Hardy Sweat special for 1 month 00 00 5.00)I
=f UI Perpetrated and Hints of where the brick We. the undersigned citizens and
new county highway ; Who of U3 d'e3 notsufl'enttimet
I Total m.fJ'< >
: : Stuffing" of Boxes. Carries Twtntv Pounds of Bed, Dining crosses the tracks of the Florida tax payers of Bradford county, dohereby --n---G;-;;;i-F-;;dn-- -- 1! from this. af.lpain! AllareI ,, 13

::11 East Coast railway about two miles ask that your honorable board 1 City I.i.'ht Plant water and l Iiifht-! .- --;;91 I i ect to It-a c..aardered tomaQ :
Room Outfit and Wardrobe I' northeast of Elkton. order and provide funds to fill in andbridge Drew Co. books! blanks! fur clerk 9 office; t>:5.iiIIC. )4 )1 inactive 1 I.\'cr. ccnstipatioa lkcauses.

;; I KNOTT RIDICULES STATEMENT The dead are: that part of the Hampton and .\. Knight sup\r ror _____h_ .___ _, I1'.4'1 I I i : Bt headaches are mere | -;.
; 'G.: T. Whitfifld cost F. X. Andrew I of
r I i The United States soldier, regularor I E. C. Poe, owner of the McCallumI Orange Heights road at the point of i I Supreme' court oou.u_ B"" t sYariws: something InoreN.TiuUS. v
ilcod
o4 ,! ; OF UNFAIR METHODS militiaman on dress parade looks I farm at Pellicer Creek. i, crossing Santa Fe river from Bradford !- I William Mann Co. suprlies clrrkoffic, 1' MT tue warning, take k

,, I f' natty. In actual service much of i I I John New'cup, an employee of :Mr. county into Alschua county. On 1 I \V.etC T. -WitU-_--_--clerk______pd___-express-__--__-pot_:_>_taje__- fir- "" ::1 Dr. THACHEffSl1 1 !

i Rciteratch Charge That dross Inaccuracies this jauntiness vanishes and you think | POl' the Bradford county side a fill of about ''F. L. Williams janitor n__ ___ -_ H "0Lnuu
.
I .
j .
]{. Hill officer D. 1 !I.- "
$t
Crept in, Especially in the. of a pack mule when you see him on John Quigley formerly of :Moul- seventy yards is necessary 'I'A. C ::Strickland m do 2: __nnn_-_-__-_-- 1 I" "" Liver and Blood I
I I I the march. He carries his bed and I trie. more recently of Hastings. i After being considered by the board John D. Ptarce do 3 _nnnun 1" I I;

t f I Tabulation of Second Choice Votes dining room outfit with him, and his II. B. Paris, of St. Augustine. : upon motion and second, the further D. C. Williams do 4------------------ :.'>11
i A. A. Hazen do 5 ___--______--__--_ !" 'i'J Syrup k
-Is Expected to Demand Certificate entire wardrobe as well. Details were difficult to obtain until censideration )f said petition was con- |IJ. f. KickliU-r d.. 6 nnnhu. I'', "I' ;

)' If the civilian soldier i is well train- late this afternoon when C. A. La- tinued for further action of the board. 1 .\. A. Futch do 7 _____nnn_ '" : and head off the
I of Nomination. I .\. F.. Crews do S _________u____ __ 1" oiliR more seriona aft. 11
A resolution
ed, you cannot tell the difference between mont returned from the scene of the was passed transfer- i T. Taylor' do 9 __----_-____--____ 1000) 1- ments. Tliia preparation pojj, k .
a regular and a militiaman in accident. The facts arc that Mr. Poe ; ipg the following amounts in the different ''M. J. Saop' do 10 _______nun___._ =>. i I relieves all perils of constipt. I
: funds .\. C. 'I'"we *. 11 __ ______ -,10 111 and its kindred: <
the field. The militia uniform and follows 000000 disorders 1
: J.VKVONTII.LIJuly 7.Spe ( left the Lamont and Rutterfield as : ,. ......, ,. ..... wd
pa- /':" tt lfn..... .Of ._... .a.. t..._-. _nU__ *.M..._flT.,
I cial,1.: \Vi! ..l is certain to be one of equiment are identical with those uiltabout: 11 o'clock with New cup Jmeral; Fund A. JI. 'Ailltaiis: 1 day com and mileaze 10 JO' I' the system to its nona J

t. the bitter of the Federal nowadays a and Transfer from Insurance to Insanity S. T. Dowlmir do ____nnn__________ 6'J. .-* condition-gently but thoroughhf. I *
mot contests ever stagedin 1 army Quigley as It is
passengers. I _
B. Crews do ___ __ ______ 6.4'
, the South: will come out of the effort result of state laws which conform to presumed that Mr. Paris was pickedup inquests: Fees of officers, jurors: and Ceo. ,\. C-irdmer-in-rmty- -- W. II. Bailej:-- 2.00 ; II C-et a bottle ioitj. Two sizes ? ra&a

i ir It.ingma'e by Comptroller W. V. I the United States regulations. The en route to the railway station, j I witnesses: ?:;,0.00./ | F:. T. Campbell do ___un_ __ _u 'l.M I {1. Ail dealers. .,
____ _______ )
&
J 1' Toiilin>nn do -- -- 2.00 .
-
e1 Knott ar.d his friends to secure recount trend of recent years has been to make where it is probable that he intended ), I'or.d and Bridge Fund :M. Cameron de) _______ __hnun___ l.0 1 ;

(02 of the vote for governor cast in the militia as much like the Federal to board train No. :29 for Hastings, j I j Transfer from cost of material toi 5. B -nmirk!. ,1.! ___ unnnnn___ 66,'!

1! State-wide::: Democratic) primary of troops as possible, and the standard I I whither Mr. Poe was bound. The curtains i feeding and care of convicts on road, 1 Ceo.B. M..\.Diml Gardiner:nir com inqu.'t a" tax\\ .:.lli.Cole col _n_____ l\i.5'5.*OO>> II' THE FiORIDAMETA1PROUCTSCQ.

' JuneAccordilig'f. unniform is the result. of the Ford car were upon ac- \I $-100,0''). ''S.. It. Pi-nnnrk do _, ___nnoo.n 9.ft5

to statements issued at All enlisted men of companies or count of the rain and it is surmised !i i Transfer from tools and machinery, J. L. t'ndcrhill 1 ray com and mil:t-a e 4." MANUFACTURE
\v. T. W..ks cost oprin" term ct ct 4.'.')3; '
i
.i the headquaiters of Mr. Knott today. battalions: except first sergeants and that Mr. Poe failed to notice the approach cost of and repair to feeding and care Ito! "or 1 County TeWrar IruL reports I Ii j hETAL .

the recount completed in Suwannee musicians and all dismounted men of of freight train north jof on\icts on road. $.101). 130 > ,
4 f an extra | I D2J. -- ------- -- ------------ I II

1 Madison; and Hamilton counties, securcd -.I I mounted ordorly sections of haad- bound : It was was all over in a few t Transfer from reserved for cor.tin- I lalinla F.. Vi-iinir Mam.M! do\7it-i_inriutstillia___nUnnn Cole 1.00 l.:"' CEILINGSCUlYERTS,5HlN6lf5

L through ordnr of the Circuit Court, j: quarters companies, dismounted men seconds. I rencies to live stock, cost and care, ;Jlnnry Richant-nn do _nnnn___ 1.'"> II
''of drivers 1S100.i Sarah; nnjrli-h! d.! > ._ _________ 1.00 I
hali the lead of JoO supply companies except When the --- nn
[1. wiped out given engineer threw on the air Wrr..1 Ru-ten ,!., _____ __ ____ 1.00
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-, Sidr y .J. Catts by the State Canvass-1!" | and every member of the militia will brakes and the crew rushed to the i j Fine and Forfeiture Fund I J. M Mott jun>r _n_ __h_.__________ 1.00 AND OTHER
I ing Board, which certified him as the j jjrrliernatorial be fitted out with a full complement crossing they were greeted by a hor- j i Transfer from reserved for contingencies T. J. Town.end ?_ ___nnn__ '1.01 I I
J. R. Chatan do ____ ______ 1.00 SHEET METAL
: nominee of the party, 1] of these articles as they are accepted I rude sight. Three dead men, badly i I to witness fees, $200.::! ''H. .\. Hewitt do ____unun---- --_ l.oo I, L

I ard give*: Knott a lead l of twenty- for Federal service and each mutilated were strewn along the The clerk and auditor filed with the S. T. DuWe do ...__ _______nn____ 1.IM> I! 6UILDING_ _
ual will be held \board estimate of the Aba Wadsvorth do ._ ___-.u______ 1.11+
eight votes.Rev. responsible indivil-I south side of the ails, while another revenue and receipts i MATERIAL
I I Is. T. Diwlmtr i' 1 day com and mileage fi; J"
Catts, in statements i issued ,, One United States rifle, ; badly injured: has been: tossed to one other than taxes to be levied A. \Villhms tJI nn.n_ __n 10.2* WllTt TODAY 4NO SPECIAL

here, insists; that there have been unfair -, one front sight cover, one brush and I II side. The Ford was hurled about) 75., reasonably expected from the 1st day I iJ. U Ufidernill I Ju _u -- ------ - 4.)1, fOR CATAlOGIJ fSAsk QUOTAIJOH)
: D.V.. PinhoUter do _______ 720 JACKSONVILLE . .. :
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, and illegal methods used-hints! I thong, one oiler and thong case, one feet and was reduced to scrap. A of October to the 30th day of September I J. B Crews do -_. _____ _00___ ___ fi.4'1; .tl. ,

: at "stuffing" of the ballot boxes in gun sling, one bayonet, one bayonet passing automohile brought Mr. Paris I of the following year a' required D. W. PinhoUter do __nnh 7.20 -

;. Madison county, and has affidavits scabbard, one cartridge belt, caliber i to the East Coast Hospital, where by Section 1, Chapter K814, Total -763.74; ...
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ii I from certain election officials who presided I. .HO: infantry; one pair cartridge belt he was placed on the operating table I Acts of 1915. I --R I; dRrid ; FundT. Your Groce- -

, I at precincts of that county stat suspenders, one first aid packet; 90) this afternoon with the hope that his j I Same accepted and filed as follows: B. Rosier material _____ nuh 2.50 ftt
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1 .' jug that the returns of June 6 were ball cartridges, caliber .30; one canteen life could be saved but his back was II I Bradford county estimate of revenues 'V curta------: ] __in 3.00 i

. I' correct and that the new figures as infantry; ona haversack, one : found to be broken in two places and I for the fiscal years 191C and 1917 j V. W Mann lumber ____nnp-- 24.13: !

." ., after the recount in i meat one knife, one he ; all funds: I T._ H. Ri,Mf i haulm I'imber and repair-
given are not accordance -j can, cup, one I died shortly afterwards.The I
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I' TIT hndife ________ 1.,11W.
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I with the actual vote cast. I foik, one spoon, one shelter tent, half; death of Mr. Poe is particularly General Fund-From occupation f. hitu-n & Co. nails nnu- 2.00J. CHEEKNEASCOFFEES[

, l At Knott headquarters the Compo j five shelter tent pins, one poncho, one distressing, for he leaves a wife and license! 87: 0.OO. '1. Moore repairing t ridge a.00

s troller ridicules the statement that the I.blanket, one cake of soap furnished several small children whom he had Road and Bridge Fund-From automobile .1.Bradford\\atterson Co Bank water interest for on mules scrip_ 6 l.fio.67;

' : ; ballot boxes have been tampered with. by man one pair of socks furnishedby just sent over to Dunnellon their for- license, $800.00 Joe Doi\iinz r..rairinubrid>oe ._ 11.50

. : He reiterates his statement made a man, one comb. furnished by man, mer home, on a visit to friends. The Fine and Forfeiture FundFromfines J.OUier: E Norman Jon, do do___ ._ _____ __ _h____ l.0 ion

t i few days after the election, that in- ''one towel, furnished by man, one late John Quigley was an uncle of $1.500.00.Total ; J. Lewis do _hn.n._.unu 11.-0

accuracies were committed in count-i whistle, for quarter master sergeantsand Chief of Police Quigley of St. AUg'us.1 I estimate revenue except tax- IF.. R. Sapp house rent for coniicts ;5.00Strickland
. & Ball 'It ______ ____ 1.10
t ing the votes, in that the second choice sergeants only, one indentificationtag tine. :I es, $:!.OO.OO.:; J. :M. Maxwell house na nnt convicts -u- 3.50 Best By EveryTe-
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, votes especially were not properly act I' with tape. I I I, W. T. Weeks, clerk of the Circuit I Baltimore Enamel Co. auto signs -- lO.fifl
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Town of Lawtey road tax 121.22
t counted. His counsel today issued Pack Weighs Twenty Pounds. court of Bradford do h
a I WHISKEY IN FENCE POSTS county, solemnlyswear I Is. B. Denmark deliv 2 convicts 00 h_. 800Town
I statement saying that in the Greenville Officers and non-commissioned officers I, that the abofe is a true estimate of Raiford .. half tax hn 14602/

, I f precinct of Madison county seven 'I in addition carry pistols sabers reasonably to be expected of the dif- .j'I' Mitchell Drug Store medicine convicts 4.40 COFFINS CASKETSAnd
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\ fi.V.. Huen com as treas 67.56 -
Moonshiners Find New
Georgia Wayof un
4 men signed the election returns, while j and other implements, the average ferent funds for the fiscal year from A. S. Strickland repairing bridve -- u_ 200
L the law allows only four to attach: weight of a full infantry equipmenti Concealing "Blockade Corn"The October 1, 1916 to September 30, 1917, 'I
, I their signatures. Other irregular-1! i about twenty pounds. according to best information I 1.J. B. Crews do __unnhn_ 2.fiO I
I'I my H. Iliams do 4 days _hh___ uu f iii) Supplies
I ties are charged. Mandamus proceedings i| The horse equipment for each enlisted versatility of the dispenser of knowledge and belief. |,I J. L. fnderhill\ 1 'ay -00.00 ______ ::.01)' I
, I [I' R Dowlinz' feed for convicts __ __ 21960 Always on hand. The best service
recount have been start- of feed and W. T. I n
to secure man consists one WEEKS.
moonshine in Atlanta is
I whiskey Ga., I .;, J. B Drmlinir pay captain and guards 133.00 at the lowest
ed by Mr. Knott in no less than eighteen grain bag, one halter headstall one shown by a recent exposure when 15 Subscribed and sworn to before me J. E. Dowlin;; dUcharzinir] 1 "conrict .. 300 prices. Special I

i counties, and others will be, : halter strap, one horse brush one lariat pipts of "blockade corn'.' were discovered -I this 10th day of July, 1916. '' .I. R B. Dow-line Doling supnlies medicine for for convicts convieU____._ 200 6.55 attention to telegraph orders. -I

., started in a few. days. Some twentrI I, one lariat strap one link, one in hollow fence posts in the rear i| GEO. A. GARDINER, I I.T. O L. Haynes i' bal due on extraction i'i'I

seven counties in all are involved, or j picket pin, one cavalry saddle, one of a barber shop. The posts were (L. S.) County Judge. I,I .teeth for convicts nuUhn :300' RegisteredEmbalmer_ I

more than fifty per cent of the entire pair saddle-bags, one saddle blanket, standing about 12: feet above ground. I' Tuesday. July 4th. being a legal\'I pr. B coniicts Colson feed for mules and suppliesfor 65.73; "I
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b number of counties in the state, Du- "! one surcingle two hor'ehOf's-one! They were so big and square that sus- holiday the board adjourned untilThursday. I I, Board; of Q I.SStt Institutions pay DeWITT C. JONES "
in- nf sta; comic' "'.::3 Suc'sr to G, C. A Co \
val and Hillsborough counties are j I fore and one hind-twt'h'e horseshoe picion was aroused and one detective July Pth. 1916. I: Hampton Pharmacy n medicine nnnhnn convicts 3>0fj. Livingston : .

eluded. i I nails. tapped a post with his leather billy.It Board met pursuant to adjournment i,, J. I"rlta"or.u/ -.. rent for convicts 300 Starke; Fla.
Knott Begins Action in Dmal I The field uniform of an enlistedman I II gave forth a hollow !sound and theinvestigations and called to order by Chairman J. B. i I \V. J. Nettles Jt'ttmi' < ut II loirs h -.SOV. ,
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\ E. MiddlHon ---
I A petition has been filed in the office consists of the following articles: I were pushed further. i Crews with all members present and j i I D. W. I'irholcter pmfe.eknnl:2 daj road serv insp conv- n. 6 4.0'3rtj ; --- ---

of Frank Brown clerk of the Circuit -I One waist belt one pair of woolen j Ten holes, each large enough to hide took up the regular order of business, I lack: ..on &. Crews lurrlr h __________ 4'l.flO

Court of Duval county, for the breeches and one pair of khaki breeches to-wit: I J. M \lvarezhoes for Convicts _h 11..1; General Insurance : j jI
1 i i and each hiding two pint bottles of | J. C Cone rrateral: h"nh__ ]:;.1\11'
1 granting of an alternative writ of I one woolen and one khaki service I liquor: were found in the posts. The I I Petition signed by G. W. Spires and E. D. Alwrnathy lurro.1'n _. 6.iO .
I mandamu;* to secure a recount of the hat cord for others the board 'I none but FIRSt
: coat. one card one tying i ii originator of the ingenious storing asking to investigatethe represent
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I Total _. __ _._ H'6'lDrainage ,
votes cat for W. V. Knott and Sid- j: service hat one service hat one pair j place had taken an auger and after claim; made in behalf of II. E. h n Fund- u -- CLASS companies and will be

ney J. Catts, candidates for governor i i of leather riding gloves, for mounted !j i- ipg the holes large enough to holdtvn 1 Hazen for assistance.; Upon motion fi V.". Hzrn com as tnas ______n____ 67.3S II constantly on the alert to promote

in the primary of June fi, certain :, men only, one pair of canvass leggi in:s: pints. had covered the posts with the petition referred to J. B. Crews I Outstanding Indebtedness Fund interests. Guarantee_
r \V hahn c< m atrcas ___ :.55.55; : I your
county precincts and city wards;: being'specified. !i two flannel !shirts! one pair of marching '' fence planks in regulation high I b, >ardf for investigation: rnd report the condition i' Fine and Forfeiture 'fund h courteous treatment to all p-.

.' !sboe" !>"., a-d! needs of the said H. C. Ha- i JS. !n. Dinmark f<-v| for prisoners __ il.! ') ,
manner. .
'Mitchell .-. trons. A well written policy bj
Drug Store n-idicne for j.n1 l
The jf the is "W. V.
r style case i I II zen at the n-xt regular meeting of > '
.1. R. Tiwin ". '
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4 j nat.Tial and labor jail 0 first-
, Knott vs II. 15. Phillips ei al." constituting OFR STATE COLLEGES.In .;aid board. I| S. H. Ik'nmjr guard at jail: _nh_ ?'1 in'S. a first-class agent in a -

the members, of the ctwaii:1! I, Thp former petition of James par- H. IVnmark a>binir blankets _._._. 1.fill; class company sometimes jneani
I II fl)1.4) c.> Prnk interest on scrip __ 7.5'
board for Duval county. Argument! ,1.Z -h presented- the.0:11'11/ for assistance. f;. W. Ha:<'n com as tress ____ ._. .-. much in case of loss by fire. -
i jc lies heard at 10 o'clock Saturday ; another column we an ad- I'lilftr Stati' Bank interest
to j I carry Upon motion and second was on scrip n 1 :;i1. II :
: .'. F. KcMilcr \\'o..l I : '..) I jiS H. C. RICHARD Start
morning before Judsre Dariol! \. Sim- ]I Yf'rtiOf'11".t of the State University at "Cored" ti cJpt tim' >!lv postponeil. B 'Drnpiark ice "lId nun phone m "- !" -- I '

mons. Mr. Knott will be represented.l Gainesville; \ and of the State College ( 'oft i l.iIJ; presentt'il in State rt c'f -. -1- I
l.y Thomas B. Adams ai'd Mr. Catts for Woni' ->t Tallahassee.! The !ta- "- case "'.trh,- Teln ih"n,; -Co.: -::Son*-rent-.__ '::o;' I I -- .
:r 'ioruias Jim Refuse
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( : State of ;.1'. I I. ToTunsoi cno.ity physic la r I ITi + + + I. + + + + + + + + + f4*
will be l't-pl'l'sl'ntl'd I.yY. W. Flournoy : -, ti.-tics thue given: how remarkable Mrs. Jay McGee! Steph- I Flcuda %'s Annie Reynolds and Charlotte I .' ". I' nJictmt Co ,jj ;n'ar I I Ia. + j g
4 of DeFuniak Spring I j growth i i'i l I.ot- institutions a"d al=oi Wil ls011 ; State of Florida vs SamJar' i ''. nribrr | .. '. I i[ ti
enviHe, Texas, writes: "For I.: I' +
i :I. B.ancha-x1 a-------- "J'
The granting! of the writ will !'('-i indicat" that hp un \witanrl. the 1
son. payment of said bills;: reiu e'I. 1. 1.. ? .1 ___
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I nine ((9) I suffered with an-> aL4 cure a recount of the vote cat in onlletv! b,"-p the confidence of a largo I ) years, State pension: claim. of :Mrs. :Sarah::: I It ?. I'revatt wit nn __--________--n i.f.V.ih ; i I FOR SALE 1 Tj
seven of the country precincts and in clientele in Florida. Courses offeredin womanly trouble. I !had terrible E. Thigpen : P.ulr., Jr do -" _n__ 1.1'1 ;
I headaches and in t appro\ed. i Cha.-. tonkins do n- _' ___________ i.nor ,
Waids :J, 4. (?, 7, 8. and 11 in Jacksonville. the university(' I.ihertlrt Atrriculturo. : pains The following petition signed by I ...,. Ru,',.-ll )1'------------------------ j.15;

; I" In the document it is alleged I L-w. Engineering.! Fiincap.nd my back, etc. It seemed as II Marion Reddish and others cmn. .\. Gardin," ca e Geo. Xittks ____ ::.H + ;.
was; presented S. P.. Denmark oJ. ..__ _______ _. .
I would die I suffered At ) hnU R 41)' + 40 and Lab'
that in the precincts the count tion +'ridurite Coure. and Courin so. acres on Lawtey :
: country the
j to 1 board. i| M. F. Knmn wit ._ .._- '.n_ .. fl.(ItlV oft .
'of the second choice votes was not intelligent ".. ;:: th. College! are LiIt'ralrts.. last, I decided to try Cardul I I Raiford. June: 9 101C.! ,\ T. Weks met li'O. Xettkb Ct Ct .G + Butler road, 3 miles west -

S. r.. r" nmnr'!\ do ___._____ __. ..s. -, + .t.
Lawtey.
\ and that the canvassing! F..luc:1tion. Homo Economics. Mus'c, the woman's tonic, and it To the Honoiable\. P.oard of County ? --
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Ixnmark case luck Johns ___ i.75S ; *
; board' could not credit any votes to'" .\rt. Expression. Pusiness;: and 1 Grndmtr helped me right away. The i ( ommisioneI's!" ;: : 1:. Penmprk ca=e Knoch Dial __h n__ 7. *> I + 25 acres on Lawtey aid Higb.'l'

: either candidate. It is also alleged fr.nr-ps. The catalogs will give full treatment not only helped I : !!. I.. B'ancl' 'ar-l) j p tae Dallas Walz_ 1 H I + land rojaj: "National Highly- t:
\\f. the below named citizens petition i- I. 1.. ta''(' I' .!., ___ __ Rl)4)Carl
t i; that in the specified city wards;: mistakes full PTticulnrs. me, but it cured me." your honorable !board to repstabli '| Prvxatt wit __-_-_un- __-_-_-_-_-_-__-_-_-.-. 1.15 + One-half mile north of depot.1|

v, were made in creditingthe rospective No boy or girl in Florida has any Calvin rre.att do --_______--___--___. I 15: + $600 cash or terms. '.*
I candidates with first jnd second to seek" college education beyond :-h the part of the Lake Butler road Vhjr Itutler J. _.--. ______--_____ _.. ].15 'p and HiP.
excuse: a I 20 acres on Lawtey
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TAKECardui hn _______ _
I commencing at the Raiford and Stnrkero < Rohannan do _n_ ____ n. 1.15
l'hoil''ott'S.. our state tin"s. for our state institutions 5. I*. L.nmark + land road "National
d at :Mr. Marion 7 ea-e Geo. :N'tttles ct ct .::0;) | Highwaj.J
Will Demand a Certificate of Nomina offer them thn bpst' advantages h or near i'dJih \ r. Cr-"fc j p case J C. M'tcholl! 2.151! ot One mile north of Lawtey. AbaJ|
place to the Starke and Raiford road! .1.I .'. Pond const do ____ 00___ ____ 4751; I
tion. for a broad and liberal collegeconrso. i at what i is known at the Whitten J. .1. Kr "it __--___._----__-_ __ u_ .=; + six acres cleared. $600 cash *-
:f It is presumed that should Mr. Knott't : free of nil pxppnse.: save that still. ;.j. E. Cn.us do .u. .-_____----___ 50 + terms j.'
claim ( This road is \'emuch needed for the Mr C. P. Roberts! do __ _______I I .5.1 t"
I.e successful in setting a of tho actual coat of living. I -- +
up tf. 'i. L. H. HILL
public\. travel. The distance i is;: only: : Denmark cage Rob OPerry h. U >;;; -
he votes than :Mr.1 that secured more A Tanimer; rI:> IVn Andrews tt al ".i + Lawtey Florid -
Catts in the primary, after the various al n it two mile Please!" establish : ;H D Kfllrjr j pelf) _______nn__ __. >-, +
PLANT COWPF\S JULY FOR The) Woman's Tonic Ihi- road so it can be kept up by the : !I..m :-""" CI'n,.t .10 ._ -u__ /J5/ f'l
: county returns have been recan- 11.\r. "...t..1'yrd wit _h--_-____------_ :{.411V +
t vassed he will make a demand upon I! I (conntv and we will ever thank you. j I'I'I'pon <\ ill Coleman do __n_______ "" 3.41) + + + + + + + + + + + + :
l-ewi- do ._ _______I. _?
Reynolds .
. of State II. L. Ci ford fur Cardul mltion: and !second" the above :3 40 -
I Secretary : aw helps women in time i \\i"! RnWrvon At l ___. __ ___ .
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TVo j is -- -- -- -- .o. ,. .
t. of nomination.. Craw-i no bettor hav than :goodirownen : petition granted, and road! declared ''I';. \\". lPrtJ.
.a certificate :i of greatest need because it a Rnisdcn juror ________________ i.on .
, t fo'-d has already issued such a certificate I' tw. Folks hear a !'ret deal public! road. ;, \. J. l'n>!,-rhill d.. -- -- -____-.---- l oo '.. i
contains ingredients which act J. M Undorhill do ___ _________ "
: :Mr. Catts asthe regular nomi- ,' about alfalfa theo to IV"v _.
specifically, yet gently, on the DOM r dn nn ---_ __ j 00r I R. Davis LI
' ree of the party. It i is probable! that rea< Trut it the rirh !staff" and I against thcounty for bills refused '' V. Phillips do I ___. ___I-.IIII" '. 1 00 ,
i'i'i" properly weakened womanly organs.So I 'I'W J. NVttlcs do ___ ______
handled make iust : l no
will into the to they TS: payment upon motion and !'erontwas ] -- -- -- --
Mr. Knott court ...
:1 go !; .\. I
if feel Gardiner tae Uaac Jordan ... n
discouraged
you ,
. riwpri issuance to him of such cer good, hay a' alfalfa. ordered that A. V. Dong lie emI s. I!. Denmark do _u_ __ _. 654: > + & Company] -
.1 tificate.Catt( I f I ,'>v> f>rf>>/>st trip ivjtb rownoi blue, out-of-sorts, unable toaccount I ployed ti defend the aid county. j 'Mary,., Jordan. do ____ _.hhUh unhu. _.,ti') I ;I
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"-." ?< ,"'..il'... ,t> t\t>ia.ts {d <1t't Gtt The \ Gardiner note Sam Oronms rt al J : -4
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ppriaf/v I(1
true (
: Will!( Fight! !
.f' Catts in a statement: tov.icht. in Florida diirin. the rainy season. of your condition, stop j arM fip ordered drawn? for sanao : ? lit.art wit _n-----_------------ I'} h VI \ -
and it is;:: during the rain :1'11"1'1 Ort worrying and give Cardui aI : Pauper Allowance I >nr\pv Hills do __--________ __ ] .)" { INSURANc
said the attempt of Mr. Knott tohow I Jim Enrh I !ary'al'd __________________ no 00 j QO :
th '
< Flori.h fnnnor trial.It has thousandsof ----- VJO) .
I r. himself to be the nominee: of the party wants to rnisp j helped -- Geo; \ Gardiner ca"e Roll Bradley; .
t Vartha Oatl-'n! ______________h_______ 3.nn 4 2: 15 .
is ridiculous. He said he wanted no cowpea But if thry are sown dn'inv woman,-why not you !? I Nancy Conner __________u____________ 4.09 I S B Dtnmark ifn ._ ---_------__--n 930 .
f' | ..11,1tllAv will "1"t'lr'p in the fall when Try Cardui. Vary R-ooks _________u_____________ 2.1111 4 | MahinU Cumrnahwit __Uh_______ 420 ; f
more than a deal and proposed -j E-71 Cora Marshal do _____ F'i'i4:!
square Vinjr riy S ________________ _._.. ------ ---- 4-jo:
, 200 I
to get that and that he would have i| thorp i i" f'"t !v." > much danger of ":lin.hp"I.eA j Emn Hieirinbotham n ______-__._?_______ I.flo 4 I'r.|' Susan.. .Soft do _...__00 __3____"J.I 4.20 Starke, :-:
. thousands of the: rainy season will havepassed. ", 'n McLennon _______________u_____ 5.no 4 o '\ Gardiner. ca.-.e Henry Brown .. 2.13
the backing of many __ S. V Denmark ca-e Henry Brown __ <
I Mrs Rrwre nnn___________ 7.flj)I n \ *i
r good Democrats the state over. lIe :J \manHa Thomas __----_______--______ :3.oo I'I i Rrln-cca Brown wit hU !
|1 .T.-'' 'T. ; I.ee ___ ____ : Eliah B-own do __.. __I.IIIIIIIIIII
' I said should it become neCE'sarh(' ScMt. -.Kimnl industrialist: - Crosby n _______________ 10.00' 1.311//
:. the Will Sloan's Liniment Relieve Pain Ernttne OrifTis ____ __ ______ Edna Bn>*n do --- -__ _
to University ? -- -- -- 3.00 I
p :: will carry the contest into the higher j of Florida F-vrwri- Caroline Onffis -__________________-_-_ 3.oo'I Geo. A. Gardiner case jack"Drawdy II 1.944 E'ti of
, f courts of the land. |Ii ment Sta+inn. re0'. 1rrpnf| ?;:: hnt rnwnoas I Try it and see-one application will :Vrv D. :\McKnight: ________________ 300 s;. H. Dtnmark do ___--__--_ 2.15 Supply ;
O. J. ____ _____ j IS. B. Dtiimark, "'&>bin W.'H. Baile/"I
be planted in rows from twentvfvir prove more than a column of claims. Campbell -- -- ________ 3.on 1.01Tnt.1
.., r':. : Banner _____ CAM
Dyal _______ COFFINS AND
James S. --------- 5.00
t r. Your Bowels Should Move Once a Day to thirty inches an.art. This will Ferguson, Phila., Pa., writes alEe Starhn ____hnn________ ___ 3.00 __----u ----_________-- 628.49: B aw. P "
1 ..' A free movement of the bowels ; require about half a bushel of sped 1"1 have had wonderful relief since I Wade McKnight --_____________1___ 300 Upon motion and second the board
easy used Sloan's Lizzie Willis __________
t Liniment ___ >. All Sizes and Qual&j
I on my knees. --- ?? no adjourned until
day is sign of good health. tn the aero. One two cultivations July 24, 1916, for the
a or
every I II To think after all these of Rufus Jackson ---_____________III___ ZOO
Dr. King's New Life Pillls! will give should be J''en.. Amon the best varieties one application years pain Mrs. N. D. Newmans --______________ 5.oo purpose of equalizing the taxes for Hand
.. ,_ a gentle laxative effect without I brabham gave me relief. Many Martha Rtees --------_______________ ,.50 1916. Always on
you and
; are iron. thanks
, for what your remedy has Susan Kelley _________
free system of blood ----------- ionn
; griping and your I TPP pens ivill not only furnih hay done for me." Don't keep on suffer- Wm. unf) ------------__________"__- 3.(11) W. T. WEEKS, -
; poisons, purify your blood, overcome I L. L. Kazan __________ Clerk
q hut they will protect r.nd pnri"h the ing. Apply Sloan's Liniment where -------- "" 2.50 and Auditor.Mr. PRICES REASON
! constipation and have an excellent ton : Rachel Stokes ________ Z'QQ
ri -------- *
Uf ic effect on the entire system. Makes la"d d'irin- 1,1':: your pain is and notice how quick you Joneph Bryant -----_____,____"III" 200 fma m a m
I get relief. Penetrates without rUb- Lizzie Hunter __.__.______
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4 ------ .nft CONE
;' L you ft'el1ike living. Only 23c= at drl1e-j bing. Buy it at any drugstore. 25 5J.. Glisson ----------____________ ,.?') and Mrs. Newton Murdaugh J. C.
:; : gists. ) j jI jw ReM the Telegraph-J1.50 year II cents. Rachel Taylor --------_______________ 2.00 have gone to visit Mr. Murdaugh's Lmrtey, :-: fl.riiSl
( (3)) Elizabeth Hunter ----________________ 2.00 mother in South "Carolina.




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J t FRIDAY. JULY _14. 1Q16. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. PAVE S} ,

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W RLD'S FIRST UNDERSEA GOVERNMENT TO FIGHT I INFANTILE CENTRAL ASSOCIATION NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE. cation for tax deed to issue in -crdanc with
BOAT ARRIVES IN PORT BIG BRITISH Notice is hereby riven that under and by; law. The said certificates reip-steely embrace !
CARGO PARALYSIS IN N. Y. virtue of that certain writ of execution issuing the following lands in Bradford County Flor.
Program of union meeting to be held out of and under the seal of the Circuit ida, assessed at the date of '!.> issuance of
Continued From Page/ 1.) Court. and for Bradford County. Stateof such certificates in the Dime r.;vti\ely hereinafter
\ ( at Antioch church on July 28th, 29th Florida. bearing date of the 2fith! day of particularly' set fort t.,.* t:
making more than twelve DRIVE NOW IN Will Try to Prevent It From and 30th, 1916. June, A. D. 1916. in that certain cause therein Certificate No 123 embrace !:uFrac; NW4
She was pending where E. Bean and Son Company, of BIke 2. S. of R. 2 E.. C..m -t .NW Cor of
: knots an hour and could have docked Spreading to Other States Friday, 10 a. m., Prayer service- a corporation. is plaintiff and J. W. Poppell. Bl'n. and run Southerly 210 ft to land deededto
tonight but arrangementLd Jasper Harris. Floyd Green. :M. J. Sapp. and V. E. Sapp are H. Jones. thence E.!: along s.,;. hne of Jones
Baltimore 11 defendants. I S. B. Denmark as Sheriff of 350 ft. thl'n Northerly, a'tns! t>i.blic road to
her with FULLPROGRESSNORTHWESTERN a. m. Introductory sermonG.W. .
receiving ,
been made for -Many Dying.NEW and for Bradford County, Florida have levied line, between Elks! 1 and 2, t"ltlCI' Westerly: :.
formal ceremonies tomorrow d her I I S. Ware. upon and shall offer for sale and sell at along said line to point cf iiftcining in Tem '
, 'was ordered to wait in the 12 m.-Refreshments on the ground I the south door of the Bradford County CourtHouse ple's sub-division. See. 21. '}'p. v S. R. --' E.
captain : I fORK, July Assistant in the town of Starke Bradford County J acres assented C. V. Spar'tP\ *n.1
: lower harbor. lie and his crew of ; Surgeon-General W. C. Rucker of the 1:30 p. m., Enrolling messengers.; !' Florida! on the Seventh day of August. A. Certificate No. 127 embra.'-Lt.tJI: 5. 6. Blk
4 men remained on board FRANCE 2:00 p. m., Query: Why are Orthodox D. 1916. the same being; the first :Monday in 32 in Johns Add to Starke. & ::;:( Tp 6. S. R.
twenty-nine public health service, came here today said month and 4 legal s>a-s day within the 22 E.. accessed C. M. Sparkmo.
j;- their craft. I BLOODY BATTLE FIELD from Washington to confer with Baptists called Selfish? leiral hours of sale. to the highest and best Certificate No. 173 embruit. :1 Acres c<.mat
. To Comply With RegulationsRegarding I I, 3:00 p. m., Reports from each bidder for cash, all of the right. title and in- NW Cor of NWU of NKV: and run 5 419
the local health officials and direct the church. teNet of the said V. E. Sapp in and to the feet. E. 610: ft. N. 210 ft. W 410 ft. N 210
. his vessel as a merchantman Attack Western six experts assigned by the national following described property.to-wit: ft. W J10 ft. to pt of beg. in 'tWH of NE4. '
subject to no unusual rest.rlctlons on Front Adds to 7:30 p. m., preaching. Two acres in southeast corner of northwsstquarter : Svc 5, Tp. 7.'S. R. 22 Eat.f 1 nerw assessed J'
the -
government to help combat
epidemic
whose name is said to be Pressure of Entente on Central Saturday, 9:30 a. m., Prayer and of northeast quarter extendmir ere C.1.. Sparkman. t :..
the skipper of infantile paralysis. The fed- acre north and south by two acres east and Unless said certificates shi'l V> redeemed according -
! Capt. Kairig, went up the Chesapeake Powers eral experts will concentrate their efforts devotional services. west' and south "vest quarter of north t'lItot ; to law. tax; deed! wilf ieuo thereon on
waiting to notify local cus- 10 a. m., F. B. M. A. .'.-G. W. S. quarter and east half of northwest quarter the 17th day of July. A. D. laU.
without upon preventing the spread of I and southeast quarter except west" t"'j: acres. Witness my official signatiiand sea1! this
toms and quarantine authorities of his the disease to other states. Ware and T. P. Register. Section 14. Townshm 6. South of Ran,.e JOEast. 'the 13th day of June. A. I'. li.
; He was five hours away before Europe in its two years of warfare I 11 a. m.-Sermon. Bradford County. State of Floru'a.! W. T WEEKS.
presence. "These inspectors of the govern- The above described property levied upon I Seal!) (ler;. Circuit Court.
) Norman Hamilton, collector at I has not seen fighting or such an extensive ment health service said Dr. Ha\e- 12 m., Refreshments. and being sold to satisfy said execution and By *- WEEKS.
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Norfolk and Newport News, heard the nature as is now raging within 1 :30 p. m., Menace of Blind TigerW. cost*. 6-16-5t. ; Deputy Clerk.
more Emerson, city health officer, ?. B DENS:! UK. _
H. Harrell.
a and started on his trail on board 'I' its borders. From every indicationit -'
news "are accredited to go anywhere and Sheriff Bradford Court,. F'a NOTICE.
the coast guard cutter Onondega. It is believed that the "big push" so allowed the 2:00 p. m., Our denominational .\. V. LONG & E. J. JOHN'S. In County Judge's Court afford Courty,
that she merely was long promised by the Entente allies adopt measures not experts Progress. Attorneys for PlaintfT.! "-7-'i State of !'lri.la. in Pn>bU-.
is understood II of our department. We cannotgo In Re: of J. C. (ar.-, Deceased.To .
ordered out to keep the strange craft against the Central powers is at last beyond the city limits." 3:15: : p. m., Question box. 1 I LEGAL NOTICE. Ceila Carter. Ada Cir.r Joseph Carter .
suneilbnce as a neutrality I'under way. Millions of shells TJO:: p. m., Sermon, PredestinationW. The County Assessor of Taxes for Bradford Laura Carter. Flonnri! I.r tr ani Pearl
pre are
under Dr. Emerson said he have
' hoped to county. Florida shall meet with the board of Carter and all other n.seu.ked parti '.
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T 1 caution. Quarantine and port regulations II sweeping a dozen battlefield and the situation under control within the Overstreet. county commissioners for said county at the Greeting: .
will be complied with when the men are falling by the thousands in Sunday, 9:30 a. m., Sunday school clerk! office in said county on the 24th day of You and each of you are .itaby notl.t
i next day or so as every physician and meeting. Jjly! .V. D. 191A. at 10 o'clock a. m. and that Ceila Carter as admit sl.jtfit of estate I
; vessel moves up to her dock tom or. I charge and counter-charge. surgeon, whether connected with the mass may continue in session from day to day for of J. C. Carter dectuu-4 site of Bradford I
!1 I The death-dealing activity of the 11 a. m., Missionary meeting. one week or as long as shall be necessary, County Florida has fi.i'j: jn the abw1
row. government, state or municipal service Everybody to discuss for the purpose of hearing cnmpla'nU and receiving named court a petition jiriyc( for '
come prepared orI'r
the Deutschland will return i|I British artillery hut: week when for
When testimony to the value of
I or not, were doing everything pos- as any of this court to be granted rrtionztng
" or whether it is planned to have her I i five days a million shells a day were sible to combat the epidemic. subjects. We will make it a pleasure property real or personal as fixed by the petitioner to take pt'5sif and sell. ac-
for you.B.tLLOT. county assessor of taxes and of perfectingreitwing cooIng to law, .. 'Facribed real .
fired the ; folowin
trans-Atlantic trips at German lines in Northern
make regular little attention to and the for .
I Experts paid reports equalizing: assessments estate as a portion tht :"t| of the said
)!r. Hiken refused to discuss. I France and Belgium, culminated early of isolated cases as it i is believ- the tax year. A. D. 1M6.! estate of J. C. Carter. deei-nsrd. Mid real estate

t "This project was conceived," he I II .'' this week in the beginning of what It'd the disease is effectively, blocked BOX OAK.STOLEN AT LIVE .ii\rn; this 6th day N of D.July WUNWRIGHT.A. D. 1916. ,I and lying described and being as in follows Pradfi rd :(.'.nty, Florida .

I said, "by German commercial interests promises to be a gigantic, long sustained spreading outside this city to County Assessor of The Northeast quarter of the uthea.-t quarter -
who wanted to reopen trade with attack. The section chosen is J. B. CREWS. T8'Ct'9'1 of the Southeast qua- ,} Section 21. .
any great extent. Kiirman! Board of County Commissioners. Township 6, South Range 2r E.wt.: the
the United State It is purely a 1 the German line lying between Arras. The shadow of death has been cast The news leaked out last Saturdaythat Bradford County Florida. 773t. North half of the South*ast o'. AI the

commercial proposition and that is all France, on the north and the Somme : children have contracted someone had forced an entrance Northeast quarter of Section ij Township 6.
e'ef'where.Iany BILL FOR DIVORCE.In South Range 22 East for the of
I there is to it." | river on the south, a front of about the disease in picture houses into the county registration officer's I Circuit Court. Mh Judicial Circuit of ing certain indebtedness of ea;purpose l ,estate. pay.

If present plans are carried out, 2;> miles, and the fighting on this and in the playgrounds of the city. room in the courthouse and made way I I Florida. Bradford count). Th..rfol. you and each of VHJ and all ether -

will not be allowed to inspect front has been of desperate charac- with the ballot box from District No. Nora Jones I Ivs interested parties are c"mla".I" that lay-
.'_' the public a Sixteen playground streets were closed I ing all other business aule, b and
j the undersea wonder, nor will ter all week, and the losses on both today and the opening of thirty- 11, whereupon our friend, Harmon Pone Jones > appear before me at my oji-i 1 Starke ;I

. anybody except the federal authori- sides very heavy. Register, is very much chagrined, stillno Bill for Divorce Bradford county, Florida on. 'Thursday the
nine more delayed. Childrens' roomsin Notice to Appear 20th day of July A. D 191S, at ten o'clock .
ties be allowed to board her. New System of Attack. public libraries and childrens' playhouses blame can be attached to this gen- The State of florida to I'ope Jones Greet A. M.. to show cause, if i.ny you can why Ishould .

The Deutschland is the first vessel The big British attack is proceeding closed. tleman. ing: not grant the prayer of said petition.
q I on public lots were It having been shown by affidavit that the Given under my hind ami. teal at Starke. 1..
under the German merchant flag to on ]lines entirely new in the present Chemicals have beeh sprinkled on the Now just what object there could Defendant Pope Jones is a non-resident of the Bradford County. Florida. T'.w. the 14th day ,

entlr an American port since the early war. There is no massing of artillery playgrounds in many sections to make have been in swiping this box is all a State of Florida. and that the residence of of June A. D. 1916. : I
said defendant ill at Waycross Georvia. that GEO A. G4KMNER.
ii days of the war. According to reports on a selected front, followedby them as dustless as possible. mystery to us. Surely nothing is to there is no person residing in this State of County Judge of Bradford ("itunty, Flonda.

r. another submarine is on the a terrific bombardment and then a be gained in behalf of anyone who Florida the service of a subpoena upon whom 6-16-St i SEL)

, way across and she and the Deutsch- grand rush by the infantry. On the I Germans, caught probably with a not may wish to contest. The returns were would bind is over said the defendant age of and twenty-one that said years.It defendant -I NOTICE OF GUARDIAN. SALE.

. land are members of a fleet of such I other hand, the entire German battlefront I over-strong line, because the sectionwas several weeks ago canvassed and the is therefore ordered considered and adjudged Thirty days after date her sjf. to-wit the ,

vesssels built or building which will I opposite the British is being the last most military leaders believed results declared and if it is a fact I that the saiil defendant 1'01' Jones doanisar 31st day of July. 1916. I. -undersigned, as
Bill of Complaint
be employed regularly in trans-At- thoroughly shelled every day, the artillerymen would be attacked have been that No. 11 was irregular, how is the I herein to the on Complainants or before the 14th day of-i iAultust. G.guardian Wiggins for minor Annie heirs L.igtr.tit.of tl.. H and Wigg'ns.deceased Frankie.

lantic trade as long as the war lasts. I' seeking to level the oppos- rushing reinforcements to their hard- fact to be proven without the box? :, A. D. 191A. in default whereof a decree -! will apply to H'-norable Geo. A.

Interview Was!' Denied ing trenches, cut wire entanglements pressed troops, and each succeeding A petition has been filed in the circuit -'said pro Pope confeoso Jones.It will be entered against the :, Gardiner, County Judge
Off the quarantine station both the destroy machine guns and artillery day's account shows that the battle court that district 11 be omitted I is further ordered that this notice he an Florida.0..1.,at to his sell office at in 5tarl8 one-third.

submarine and the tug Timmins drop- I positions and disorganize the defenders is increasing in violence. from the county returns by attorneys pitil-hid in the Bradford. County in Telegraph Bradford undivided interest each ofnnie L. Wigginsand
hed at Starke.
pabl -
ped anchor to wait until daylight. A generally. These bombardments The vxtreme left wing of the French representing. A. B. :McDuffie, candidate I I a County.newspaper Honda once each week for five conMCUtue in and Frankie to the G following. Wivg ni dt, minor as land aforesaid to-wit:

yacht with the Associated Press representatives | by day are followed by raids on the army that section of the republic's I for county tax collector. This WITNESS we"ks. WHEREOF. I have hereunto Lots one and two in bl.J nb" in town of

aboard met the Deutschland part of large scouting parties at night troops stationed along the line where case we understand. cannot be heard I sit my hand and affixed the seal of our Circuit -I Lawti-v.platted Bradford on the cuonty.publ.c Florida a of mappedand Brad .'

, and her convoy off Sandy Point '; and these bands of infantry, armed the French and British armies join before Judge Home of this circuit Court on this thl th day of July A. D. ford county Florida (ntai'ml nmJ one acre

- about 8 o'clock tonight anti attemptedto | with hand grenades and dynamite. up, are co-operating with the British I I because of his relationship to parties 1916. w. WEEKS more June or 30th less. 1916. .

. range alongside are seeking to complete the destruction in the attack, and they have been I in the litigation. I
"Hello, Deutschland!" the newspapermen begun by the artillery and then clearing up the German line south of I In the election contest proceedings/ 7-14-lt.: Guardian of Ann..> L Wiggins
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shouted. return to their own trenches before the Somme even more rapidly than I I no other officer in the county will be CLERK'S REPORT. and heirs Frankie of R. H G.Wfe-fins.:\'Kgin. minor

"Hello, what do :you want? "Who morning.In their allies to the north, where the I effected should No. 11 be thrown out, Starke. Ha. July 1. 116.RelHirt ;. 6-30-51. det-ae
of the clerk of the Circuit Court in
are you?" was the reply. the section sekted for the ground is more difficult to operate ov I except that of county tax collector. and for Bradford County Florida. on account NOTICE FOR "

"Where do you come from and main attack there has been many big I er. In the first two days of their at- All other candidates who are declaredthe of Taxes avev-ed for the year 1915. Serial No. 01167S. flIUr.IOS... Inter

when?" infantry charges, but there has been tack the French drove five miles into nominees have a good safe majority B. :\1. DO\VLINT.Tax Collector ior June U.24.S. 1916.Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.

"June 23, Helgoland." no attempted grand sweep by tens of the German line, capturing 6,500 prisoners without the No. 11 vote.-Live Oak County Proper Notice is hereby given that Frank :Murphy
accidents I Citizen. June 1. to bal due County Proper of Sampson City who, on April 24.
"Did you have any comingover thousands of men in close formation. and getting within three milesof Fund __-_-_m____ ______________$4.49334 1913. made f10rid No. 011679 for
?" From Arras south to the Somme river the outskirts of ""Peronne.- one of the By amt collided _____________-______ 127072 Northeast quarter entr.!4. Township 6,

"None." the advance has been effected by the I important German railroad points; be- ..a.++ 11111111111111-+++++ July 1, to bal due __uuu__-_ 1.222_62 South RanII e 20 of East.intention Tallhaneee.,to make Meridian.has Thive, ,
"Did you see any British or French raiding parties organized on a large hind the western front. + + Drainage Year Proof to establish data to the laid

ships?" scale, the infantry merely seeking to The French also are showing increased + CHURCHES. + June n1' to bal due County Drainage above dtrib. before Cltrk cf Circuit Cour
I __ __ __ 3..25:
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"None." clean the trench line aheadof in the Verdun sectorof + 4 Stake Florida .
up just activity By amt collected _uuu____-______ 58030
"Were you chased by any British it, organize the ground won for the line, where the same desperate 4. BAI'TIST-R W. G. Law. + 1916.Claimant names a witnesses:

11 or French vessels near the coast?" defense against a counter-attack, and fighting which has marked the last + Sunday school, 9:45 A. 01. + July 1. to County bal due Road_nu and___Bridge________ 2.553.95 G.Prince W. A d"W, of of New R/t'r. Florida.Flonda.

"No answered the officer with evident then lying low while the heavy artil- three months of the battle, there is + Morning service, 1100; Sun- + June 1. to bal due County Road and William Mathews. of New eJ, Rider\. Flonda

"I said I didn't Bridge Fund _- _-_-_n-__________ 4.:9ij: C. A. Edward, Cy. Flonda.
see moved the blasts Attack and counter attack
impatience from
continuous. +
; lery, up rear, + day 7:30 P. :M. Visitors cor- By amt collected .un__uh__._- 1,353.44 ROBERT. DAVIS.
( any enemy ships." away at the obstructions in front.Progress are following each other so close + dially invited to attend. P 6.30-1 Registrar.

At this point the submarine show Has Been Slow ly on both banks of the Meuse river 4 July 1. to hal due ___--_______--__-- 3.437.41 _ e

ered sparks from her exhaust pipe The result of this new method of north of the fortress that works of the + CHRISTIA -W. H. Coleman, 4 June 1. Outstanding to bal due Outstandnig IndeHedness Indebtedness Fund- MASTER'S SALE

and spurted ahead, cutting short the warfare has been that progress has first important, such as the famous + minister. Preaching the first 4 Fund -.--.__--______--___-- 3.i94.2\! : virtue Notice of is a certain hereby final given tecrr that under of foreclosure and by
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interview. At the same time the tug necessarily been much slower than Thiaumont position, have changed + and third Sundays in each By amt collected n hU 1.101.311July made and rendered th Srd o.iy of July. A.

Timmins approached the press boat that accompanying the first stagesof hands as many as five times in18 + month. Forenoon sermon at 11 4I I 1, to bal due ______ unn- :. 92.93 the D. 1916 Eignth by the Judicial Cm.the nit circuit of Flonda court of in I

and a man. on deck who said he was a grand assault, such as that of hours. The French are displaying activity + and evening sermon at 7:30. County School chancery, in favor of Coiner L. Peck and
4I June 1. to bal due County School Fund g.387.43
agent of the North GermanLloydline the French in the Champagne region in the Champagne region, justas + Church board meeting the first By amt collected ---.------ .n______ 2.372.02 Chas. A. Smith, compla,nartm.Co.and against t
4I County Develop'nen? a corpor
ordered the newspaper yacht to last fall the Germans on the Dunajac are the British from Ypres southto 'I Brdfor the ardenigced will offer
+ Sunday in each month. Loyal ,
July 1, to bal due _____ ___________ 6.015.46 defendant
keep off, saying that there would be river, or the recent drive of the Rus- Arras, but this probably is for the P Daughters meet every Friday Fine and Forfeiture u Fond for frnt of the court hOle door the in
4I Starke. Bradford
no news until morning. The yacht sians against the Austrian line. But purpose of preventing the Germans + afternoon at 4 o'clbcK. Ladies I June 1, to bal due Fine and Forfeiture legal hours of Cunty. FI.rida.,. durin.'th day
Fund ._._____ ____________ 1..97.31amt Mont
followed until the quarantine stationwas the British forces and the French, from sending troops to reinforce the + Aid Society meets-the first Fri4' By collected ___n--_______--_--_ 50859 of Aull'ut A. D. 1916. tL highest and

reached, but all other questionswere who have been acting in conjunctionwith army along the Somme river. + day in each month at 3:30 p. m. 4 bent situated for in cash Bradford the cooily foU"winl, d.rib
t
land Flord
July 1. to bal due ___ ___ 1.288.2Total
unanswered.The river their uuu
their allies along the Somme The Russians are continuing + Sunday school every Sunday 4 Sub School

big submarine presented a picturesque have pushed their line forward attacks on the eastern front, and, following + at 10 a. m. Everybody welcome 'June, to bal dje Tota! Sub School. 3.145.36 Lots 3 and 4, or fractional' N'WVi (eiccpt
4I 10 acres on Eat t side of L<> 31.) and Iota
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By amt ollected r
thru their
sight as she ploughed eating the of Kolomea described u
steadily, gradually way capture 4 at these services. and 6 or fractional S'of s.-ctioo /: LC

the tumbling white caps. Searchlightsfrom into the German positions.The as the southern gateway to I. 4 July 1, to bal due Total Sub School._ 3.145.36 1. 2. 3, and 4. or fractional SVi and E'

excursion steamers threw her gains thus far have been on a Lemberg, have pushed the Austrians EPISCOP AIr-Rev. A. Osmond 4 Total Sob School Bend School NE'4 of SWH section and 26 E:<4 Lots of SEi 1. A, and of section 4 0,fractional 7...
June bal due Total Sub
1. to
darkly painted hull into bold relief line not over 25 miles in length, and further back toward the Carpathiansinthis + Worthing priest in charge. 4 Bond __________-___________uu 2.46047 Lots 3 and 4. or SE' anI tf*. of SWU. and
against the blackness of a rainy night the average width'of the wedge pushed district of Galicia. Bukowinanow By amt collected --________________ SW!. of NWH SW4 of'fUion. 28; Lots ..
+ Sunday school, 9:30 a m. Morn'p 4 1 or EJ of SE%, section : Lots 1. 2 and
She was riding high out of the water into the German positions is not i is completely overrun by theczar's July 1, to bal due __ 246047W. N'.2 3, and E& of 3TVVK and SW1u.
and almost the whole ship's company over five miles. The number of Ger- troops, who are now'slon'ly ing prayer and sermon, 11:00 4 nuuu.n. T. WEEKS. of NW4. and SWi4 of SW*,. of section 33L4ut3 ,
1, 2. 3, and 4, or all of factional section,
walked about ,on the narrow deck. man prisoners taken is placed at between working their way northward aroundthe + o'clock. Evening prayer and 4 fSeall Clerk Circuit Court. 35 : Lots 1. 3. 4. 5, 6. 7. and 4, or fractional

I 15,000 and 20,000, while the flank of the German army of Gen. + sermon, 7:00 o'clock. Choir re4 BILL FO RFORECLOSURE.In NW>.. and MM, of NEV4. &fractional Sj

+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + hersal 3:30 P. M. 4 of section 36: ALL IN TOWNSHIP 6 SUT'OF
number of fortified towns and villages Von Bothmer, holding the Tarnopol Saturday, Circuit Court. Rth Judicial Circuit of RANGE 21 EAST. .

+ + wrested from the invaders numbera section of this battle line, farther to + 4 Florida. Bradford County. Lou 1. 2, 3. 4, 5. and 6, or rl of fracfona

+ SEABOARD TIME TABLE. + score, none of them of sufficient the north. + \IETHODIST-Rev. John A. 4 W. G. Seala vs I or section all of 1 ;fractional Lota 1, 2.section 3. 4. 31'(| Lots 5, and 1 and SE'2.

+ + prominence, however, to have earned The Germans, from Tarnopol northto Hendry, pastor. Sunday school 4 Sarah E. Young. Ellen S. Young. or fractional Ety and Lot ..: or the W'4 of ;1
+ New time table takes effect + place in previous war dispatches. Kovel, have presented the Uussians serP Agnes 't. Young. Com.IiWYoanll.. I fractional section 3 ; All /factional section .
any + at 9:45 A.1.. Morning Annie E. Yoang J. H. Pollard 4 (except lots sold in town plat of Sampson
+ 12:01 a. m., Sunday, May 28, '16. + The Battle Ground. from advancing further west, but at + vice, 11:00 o'clock; evening 4servboe Inn I. Pollard. and the S. B. Hub-' City and the WU. of NW! of SW14 and a "
+ Trains will arrive in Starke as + the'same time the Russians have succeeded bard Company a corporation. parcel of land dtrib in.|evi] recorded in
The selected Gen. Haig
region by Bill for Foreclosure
+ 7:30 o'clock. book 4. page JVblic of
+ +
follows: in throwing back counterattacks Notice to Appear. tt' RIL
the British corr.mander, for the attack 4 Bradford county. Florida scit l of
+ + + The State of Florida to Sarah E.!: Young par
NE',4 of NW'- lying north (
designed to recover lost ground.The a canal and that
lies
of the new English army + PRESBYTERIA -Rev. H. G. 4 E'l.-n S. Young Agnes M. Young. Cornelius part of. NW of
+ + 4 NE'4 lyinif north of canal
;
Jacksonville to Tampa fioia 00 to 80 miles north of Fv.i Russians claim a total of 220,000 : 4 Young and Anm, E. Young Greeting: NI of NE'J! of SW4. and Sti''i of NE'' of

No. 1 _____________11:14 p. m. + and is down toward the southern Austrian and German prisoners in + Dennison, Pastor. Sunday It having been shown by affidavit that the SE'4 of Section 5 ; '"14 of f.EVJ of Section a
+ way + school at 9:45 A. M. Preaching 4 Defendants Sarah E. Young, Ellen S. Young 11 of NEI.. and N'A of SW of
No.3 _______________10:40 a.m. before Gen. Brussiloffs offensive, while Ber- 1 ,4 NEV4,
end of the western line, just Aznrg M Young. Corneliuss Young and Annie and of NW'4. and N'z of SW".. of NW
+ No. 9 ___ __________ 2:52p.m. + Vienna state that Rus- + services at regular hours. + I
n it bends like an elbow and runs eastward lin and 20,000 E. Young are non-- idt'nts of the State of ard V: nf SEt of NWtf of.fwction
+ + the sians have been taken. + Morning service at 11 A. \f.; 4, FlorIda. and that the residence of laid defend IN TOWNSHIP 7. SOUTH OF RA 12LI )
toward and
Yerd-in Verges
ants Sarah E. Young. Ellen S. Young. Agnes EXSTM. .
+ Jacksonville to Cedar Key + mountains. It is the last spot that The Italians continue to advance in + Evening servke. 7. Visitors 4 M. Young and Comelim Young reside in the .. of NWM, and SWVof NW'.,. and /'

+ No. 15 ____________ 5:04 p. m. + the military observer would the Tyrol region of the Alps regaining cordially invited to worship 4 city cf Sclm County rt Dalian and State of SWi, of Section 6 ; Towrshr} 7. SOUTH OF
+ + average 4 Alabama and that the defendant Annie E. RAVE 22 EAST.
select for an attack of this characterfor territory captured by the Aus- + with us. Your* is a resident of the town of Lizt>lIe in Containing four thousand ( VOOO) acres more -

+ Tampa to JacksonvilleNo. + the reason that so much fightingis trians in their offense of a month ago. + '4 the State of r.POl'tliand that then ill no I /r !le**_ Terms cat>h, purchaser paying for tie

+ 2 _____________ 4:54 a. m. + I required before the gains made and there are signs of increasing- +++++ Its fttt, tttt++f++ person ui in.on the w'*Stae*m ,mild of Florida! hind paid service d<.f..of n<*.ir Mibpoena *-. I tie. A. "\'.

+ No. 4 ___ ______ ______ 3:42p.m. + I would begin to show their worth. The tivity along the Isonto front. especially I jor either of them and that sad: defendants 7-7-5t LONG.Master! .

No. 10 (Limited)... 5:54 p. m. + I city of Albert, south of Arra, appears in the vicinity of Goritz, indicat* Special Sale on Men's and Boy\ I j 1are over the age of twenty-one years.It ____MASTER'S" -. :
+ + j I' Palm Beach suits at Stump's. is therefore ordered con id. red and adjudged SALE.Notice
+ to be the base from which the British I in; that another blow may soon fall 'i that the said defendant Sarah E.Young. is hereby ftivea thie ondtr ant

Cedar Key to JacksonvilleNo. + 'are making their drive, and the GeI !'-j on the Central powers. -+ + + +:-+ P + 4 + + 4 + + + 4 4 Ellen S. Young. Agnes lot Young Cornelius virtue of a final decree of oreclonure b
+ 14 --_________--_ 9:27a.m. + within i In Armenia and Mesopotamia the : Young and Anne E. Young do appear and .tend in a certain CO pending in the
+ I man line. which a week ago ran i + LEGAL NOTICES 1 Ito the Complainants Bill of Compaint! herein Circuit Court of Florida. "f Bradford County,
two miles of the city, has now been I Russians are busy stalling off a vicious on or bi'ore the l-t>i day of Ju'y! .X. D. 191S. on the Chancery side of sani court, wherein
Wannee Trains + back almost ten miles. counter-offense by the Turks + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + in default whereof a decree p"-o confesso will I The -mencan Trust Comrany. a corporation.dmint8trator I
+ (Daily Sunday) pushed REGISTRATION NOTICE. be entered against;: the said Sarah E. Young .\ of the estate of ,+ Except The battle which began on the western while two great armies continue to Hereby notice is piven that the I't'lti..trat File S. Younr. Agnes M. Your?. Cornellu i, lie is t'omplainant and G. W. Juhns and I his
No. 101 Leaves Starke 6:45 a. m. + line this week with the launchingof face each other north of Saloniki. books for the town of stirUe. wm !n> cn-..! ;, Younz and Annie E. Young. I w:f e. are defen&nts. the nnd>'r-
No. 104 arrives Starke 2:45: p. m. + Greece. The slowness of the Greeks at my office at the 'lumber yard of the Qui '- It i. further ordered that this notice be pjbIshed I signed as Special Master will v-11 bt-for the
+ the first British attacks, will develop Icy Lumber & Supply (0. from July 12th touJtu.t : in the nradforu County Telegraph a couhouse door of Bradford'County. Flonda.
+ T. J. GRIFFIN, Agent. into the mightiest struggle of he i in demobilizing their army probably .\ 12th inclusive for the registration cfelector. I newspajwr publa.hed: at Starke. in Bradford I II I on Monday, August 16 between the leirai -
+ Allied attack the .. C. A. Fl'TCH I county. Florida once tach week for five con- I II hours tf sale. to the and best lid-
+ + war, according to both London and I i is holding up any in Town Clerk.NOTICE rfeutive weeks.IN dtr for the following Af-ibed
+ + + + + + + + + + + + I ah. real estate
for the French and WITNESS i WHEREOF. I have hereunto,
Paris predictions. There is nothingof i! Balkan region --- I situated and being it tr'fo. eoun'y.
thrustnorthward OF FINAL DISCHARGE. I set my hand and affixed the seal of our Cir- described follows, to-wt:: -
loath begin
British to a
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sudden thrust: 4
The the nature of the : are ''euit Court Strong Heat of quarter the itheut u
Withstand the i Six i ; month after date hereof on to-t. th quarter
Greek hanging
about this new offensive move bit is with a army 1916. and the southeast quarter of the southwest
t Summer Better Than the Weak 14th day of January. 1917. I will! present myvouchers I
Old more in the nature of a slowly-ap j around their rear. especially when and final account to the HonorableCeo. W. T. WEEKS. quarvr of Section Fifteen and the *horthw
who feeble and MSea't: Clerk.
people of
are quarter the northeast
. younger County Judce of Bradford quarter of Section
P0Pleho push, gathering force ( there i is no telling at what moment A. Gardiner By R. A. WEEKS. Tw in ,.
: : are weak will be strengthened plied pressure county. Florida. as administrator of the estate nt.twa a Township Si ;. South of
I1Id enabled to go through the depress- and power as the opposition to its I King Constantine may attempt to of D S. Wheeler deceased and asked to 'i'A. V LOVG.i Deputy Cerk. Rnl'e- Eut containinl ( hundred and
inC heat aid his broth- dischraged iiich administrator. t.l'nt'lel. mol or I.; tether witb ,:1 I
; of regularly make a demonstration to be as
summer by taking movement increa es. Complainant Sol:citor. 6163tNOTICE and singular the and
I This the 14th day of July 1<>1S. tenement. h'leditament
"fOve Tasteless Chill Tonic. It er-in-law the of Germany. I
purifies Long Drawn Out Battle emperor D. W. M\VIGAdminUtrator 1 appurtenances b'on"il or in any
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3. ;W enriches the blood and builds up I II of the estate of D. S. Wheeler OF APPlICATION FOR TAX HEED I IIIoiO appertaining
th e hole 50c.1ftyshipmentsof. Critics predict that the new battle deceased. "-14-Smo UNDER SECTION 8 OP CHAPTER The above property will t sold to satsfythe
system. will be like the latter stages of thestruggle I The QuinIne! That Does Not Affect The Kent I 4q56. LAWS OF FLORIDA. final decree in above ease d cobts. Terms

vines around Verdun, with artillery -! Because of Us tonic ann laxative: effect. L\"I Dr. C. F. Sayles, of :Miami was a I. Hereby notice 11 given that R. M Spark. ca h. purchaser paying for tit!-..
potato j lIVE:: BRWMO: QUININE is better than purchaser of tax ale certificates numbered ERE' JOHNS,
man. -
have leftStarke the bulk ofthe work before Quinine 8u lately. Among the doing i I respectively! 123. 12 and 17?. issued by the Spial 11 ':
rtr2'Di in head Heraembei the full mmean1Ictk A. V.
LONG .
ivy shippers are Williams Bros., the infantry is called upon to clear I tnt the s'*'"$ ',TV ol .' \t" GKOV. Mrs. C. L. Peek. After a hort stay Tax Collector! for Bradford County. Florida. Solicitor for Complainant,:
each of said Certificates being dated the 4th 7-7-1
Iuq the I -- here Dr. Sayles left for trip to New ,
own the former Busshardt place the wreckage and make secure positions a I day rf August. A. D. 191) ha filed the laid
110ft east of Starke. against counter attack. The I Read the Telejrraph-$1.50 t Tear York. .eertifitVes in my cffjte: and has made app'i- Read the Telegraph. .
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day for Pablo Beach, after a pleasant ,, tion was successfully performed on'T'
I +- visit with friends here. his left eye. I'j :
/f Miss Eva Williams, who is teaching I j Mr. Arthur A. Griffis, of Plant City, |
near Starke, spent Sunday with her :, was a visitor at the home of his parents. @
parents here. Mr. and :Mrs. Enoch Griffis, last j
County News Items Miss Minnie Hodges is home again I Saturday. He left Monday for Macon !'

.after a pleasant visit at Macclenny.Mrs. where he will take a three-I Q Plumbing SuppliesToilets {q
i : J. H. Twiggs, of Bushnell sPent months course in a pharmaceutical :
a part of the week here, the guest of school at the study of pharmacy. I
I 1 .., Iata'uda. Facts Gathered During the Week by Our friends. I' Revival services are still going on ,

I, .. Regular Correspondent Mrs. N. T, King left Monday for her : at the M. E. church, south, under the '!
I home in Tampa. Mrs. King has beer. guiding hand of Rev. Storey, a noted I
i! the guest of her son, E. J. King, and i| evangelist. Rev. Say, of Jacksonville, .
I ,her brother, S. M. Rowe, for the past assisted him daring last week, but ret I t
; s s Gv00 J0000000Ai, brother, C. B. Cascn, and family. \'1''week.'I I turned to his pastorial duties Satur- '

I l' &,, .1 I Prof. and Mrs. L. II. Futch, of Rai- 'j Rev. and Mrs. Henderson passed;' day. The services will continue during -
I C.. HIGHLAND. oc I II ford, moved to Rising last week, 'I' through Hampton Monday enroute to : this week and probably next.
I 9.I where they opened the public school I j Chicago where they will spend the I Mr. James Shepard was a business Lavatories
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; < I I :Monday. j summer, the guests of Mrs. Hender- : visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday.
I, 1 I j i )Ir. J. R. Padgett, of Jacksonville, )Ir, and Mrs. J. H. Cone have taken i I son's parents. (..j :Mr. T. D. Randall was transacting '
I representing the Stringfellow-Padgett +!: rooms for light housekeeping in the The following officers have been business in Jacksonville the first of'

I Co., was calling on our merchants last residence of :Mrs. Dora Tison. I elected I to serve our town for the ensuing '; the week. Bath Tubs
I Ii Iil Mr. I I Mrs. T. B. Lawrence returned home' Q .
l Wednesday. Sidney Futch visited friends at year: Mayor, Dr. W. E. :Middleton :
i Mr. R. C. Padgett, the Highland Hcilbronn Springs Saturday.The ; Marshal, J. F. Johnson Clerk, A. .I Monday from Jacksonville, where she
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I corn king, is spending a ten days' vacation home of Mr. and :Mrs. Ira Mer- A. Futch; Treasurer, J. V. Jones; i has been spending several days with
I with his parents at Gainesville.Mr. ritt was gladdened Sunday by the arrival Councilmen, J. M. Maxwell, C. E. Harr 'i : :Maxwell Wimberly, of Green : of a fine baby girl. ;, and W. L. Bugg. 1 M". T. D. Wearen was transacting {
I l 0 Cove Springs, spent the week-end with Ii Rev. p. Q- Cason, of Palatka, is ReE.. M. Henderson filled his regular business in Jacksonville Tuesday. I
i his parents, :Mr. and :Mrs. H. C. \Timberly. assisting in a series of meetings in the I appointment here Sunday, preach- : t
\ I I Baptist church here this week. ingfi at the morning service and againat 1. -s, $> '!> '!> } i+ 4
:Mr. C. C. Butler, of Jacksonville, I :Miss Dora Johnson left Sunday for I four o'clock in the afternoon. Rev.B. RIGHTQuigley
was visitor here :Monday.Mrs. Heilbronn Springs, where she is an L. Adams conducted the evening LAKE BUTLER. !
: II. C. Wimberly and :Miss Ethel assistant teacher in the public school I service and delivered a sermon that 9a I
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Ricks were shopping in the metropolis there. was highly appreciated. ,; ;_ ?. !> e' "Y I
Saturday.Mr. Master 0. G. Smith left Saturdayfor Rev. W. H. Coleman, :Mrs. Coleman j j
: and Mrs. Scott, of Baldwin, a month's visit with his aunt, Mrs.J. and their son, Floyd, have moved to I
In Memory of W. H. Bailey.
were guests of Mr. and :Mrs. D. L. E. Conyer, of Jacksonville.A their home in Ocala. Rev. Coleman 1
Rigby Saturday night and Sunday. fine gill armed to brighten the W. II. Bailey came to Florida from has been the pastor of the Christian j j Lumber & Supply Co.
Miss Idell Ramis, of Live Oak, who home of Mr. and Mrs. 0. II. Knightlast Arkansas about thirty years ago and church here for nearly tiro years and'
has been visiting relatives for several i Thursday.G. first settled near Starke, later movingto 1: he will continue to preach here once 1 1I |
weeks returned to her home Sunday, W. Webb, representing the Sampson City, where he served the I j a month. These highly esteemed peo- "The Happy Home Bail Jen"
accompanied by :Miss Ella Marr. Groover-Stewart Drug Co., of Jacksonville Baptist church of which he was a pie. will be greatly missed from our j,
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Mr. Gordon Dicks spent Sunday at was calling on our retail menjber, as deacon and Sunday school I i I town.
Mavville with friend. druggistsloday.: superintendent for many years. He i I :Mr. Frances Edwards, of Ellington, I _
Mr. R. L. B'ck, of Gainesville, was Mr. Looney Sapp returned from was a consistent church: member anda i who has been visiting some time herewith '
a business visitor here :Monday.Mrs. Jack;;on\ille Saturday.Miss devoted Christian. ( relatives, is spending the week
G. H. Barker, of Jacksonville, I I [ Maziie: Simmons, of Sanderson About two years ago he was stricken -i with friends in. Worthington.Mr. .
is the house guest of Mrs. H. C. \Vim.A I'' i* visiting in the home of lIon. with paralysis and about two weeks P. B. :Moring and son, :Maxwell, -- -- -- -- -
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for several I' and :Mrs. A. D. Andrews here this he awhile with relatives ""
berly days. before his demise was sent to a are spending
--. Mr. and :Mrs. H. B. Hudson and :Mr. week. hospital for treatment, but developed and friends in Reidsville, Ga. @@@@@@@@@@@@@@
ard Mrs. F. L. Lang motored to Jacksonville Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Greene drove to pneumonia and on June SOth passed :Mrs. T. H. Willis and daughters,
1 on a business and pleasure I Live Oak Saturday in their car, to away. Maxine and Sara, who are spending
; trip Saturday.i visit Mrs. Greene's parents, :Mr. and I He is survived by a wife at Graham I spending some time with her mother, i PRINTING
i :Mrs. E. P. Groover, returning to Rai- Fla.. a son, W. A. Bailey and Mrs. Sarah Adkins, are _spending, the : @ JOB @1tt6i
I 'i' !> ',$> '!> !' !> -!' '!> i ford Sunday. two grandchildren, Thelma and Alva week end with friends in Brooker.
: G Miss Maud Farnell, of Ft. White, Bailey, of Lake Butler. He leaves a Miss Sarah Byrd, of Raiford, is \9* '.
i MILLER.I) is visiting her brother, Dr. W. W. Far host of friends who extend to the visiting her sister, Mrs. H. S. Adkins, :
w OC nell and family her this week. bereft ones their sympathy and pray- this week. @ '
t t' F OOOO J J00900 Miss[ Mamie Denmark, of Starke, is Mrs. M. E. Stewart, who has been 'i
-t Elder James Lindsey, of Trenton, 1 1t visiting relatives in Raiford this week. ers.Bro.. Bailey lived to the extreme old I visiting relatives in Alabama, returned @ H: @I
Alachua county, began a series of Miss Ruby Byrd is visiting relative age of seventy-six years, and truly his to her home here Saturday.Col. .
in Jacksonville this week. life. It inspiration t Adkins wife and son, J. @ Neatly and Artistically
I meetings at the church of Christ on I was a well spent was an J. C. 4LYt.i : @ii':
last Saturday. These meetings will County surveyor G. E. Kelley, rf to enjoy his association, and I C. Jr., of Gainesville, were visiting
continue over next Sunday. Starke, was a business itor to Rai- he was a true friend to the writer, their parents here, Mr. and Mrs H. S. @ Done-.Give Us a Trial! @ r

Large and appreciative audiences ford :Monday. who feels that he owes to him this I' Adkins, Sunday.Mr. A .
I greeted the speaker at each sermon. I10; A. D. Andrews was a business i token of appreciation of his friend- and Mrs. Andrew Dekle are @ @
Mr. and :Mrs. H. S. Miller attended visitor to Starke Monday.Mr. ship. A FRIEND. happy over the arrival of an eleven. :
k church Worthington Sunday. at-i I : and Mrs. W. M. Whitten, : I I pound boy, born July 5th. @ @f

1 Quite a number'of our people J. L. Whitten, Mr. Walter and \Irs.\\I Card of Thanks. I, Mrs. W. H. Fielding and daughter, .
Pearl Whitten, of Raiford, left of Alton this @ @
i tended the protracted meeting at Midway j Elizabeth, are spending :
church, which closed last Friday. week for an auto trip through Geor I Please allow me space in the Telegraph week with her sister.inlawIrs.. H. Ura&fnrfo
night.\ They all report a good meet- gia. They will visit relatives in Bullock to thank my friends for the I J. Stewart.Mr. @ County [rlrgrapq @ ,

.. ing. i l Tatnall, Liberty and Evans coun generous support given me in the town I P. H. Odcm, of Titusville is
Our school opened for a summer ties.Mr. election last Tuesday. I appreciate I! spending the week with his father, I @ @
3rd but broughtto I Ii' : and :Mrs. G. W. Wheeler, who the confidence expressed: by their bal-!I Mr. I. P. Odom.
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a halt by the school board in refusing j have been living in Raiford for several ,lot, and shall endeavor to give a service Mr. John Crews, of Starke. who re- @@@@@
to let a teacher teach the summer !. months, left Wednesday for Columbia 1 1I I to the people that will prove my 'cently took the motor mail route A, '
school unless the same teacher would I I county, where Mr. Wheeler has accept-I I appreciation. The best interest of all y'I' has moved his famliy here in the
I agree to teach the winter term. In I!i ed a position as superintendent I I the people shall have my constant at- Green cottage on Lake street.
other words they want the same I. Lichenstine farm. ,I tention. Respectfully, !!! Mr. H. K. Roberts and family have
; teacher to teach both summer and !i Rev. W. H. Coleman filled his regular !'I J. F. JOHNSON. moved to his farm at Guilford. Mr.
appointment at the Christian I I Mrs. Roberts have lived in
winter terms. However, we are having and our
t our school taught. The patrons church here Sunday, preaching both I. ; ; ; ; as '', .''' -!' !-; > '!' .. '!'I I i town for many years and they will

I came together and arranged for awomonths morning and evening.Mr. I 4'I p I II i be greatly missed by their many
r terms of school with Prof. : and :Mrs. J. E. Dowling have I I LITTLE SPRINGS. '?' i friends. M
and Mrs. W. B. Feagle as teachers "loved into the upper story of the J. Q I Miss Georgia Epperson is spending
I Mrs. T. E. Waldrup gave a canning E. Byrd residence en Jones street. I. i ;-. ';-' <;> ,S> ?* ';.> 3* ;. .> -; ;-,- .3I -, < the week end with friends in Starke. _
I demonstration at this place last Saturday Mrs. H. G. Stone. Mrs. W. C. VThit- I Little Spring; ;*ch.>ol is I 1 :Mi[ ::s Iris Epperson, who has been
in which she demonstrated the art I ten and Miss: Beatrice Boney and Dr. nicely. There i is an prcJrressing'1, I visiting her cousin: here, Georgia and i If
t I ?. L. and :Mr. Earl Whitten spent ;' Kate returned to her home
of canning the different vegetable i with more pupils to come in later. Epperson,
An unusually large crowd was present Tuesday at King '!ey lake. i Thp'e"a" no Sunday school at Sar- I fat Raiford Sunday.
and great intel est was manifested. I Little :Miss Wilma and :Mater; Car: ds! la.-t tlr.d1on account of the revival -! Mr. Jim Byrd, of Sumr.er, was a
Every community in the county should Andrews returned to their !home in services 'at Worthington Methodist 'visitor in our city Sunday. 1.k. l
take advantage of the opportunity of Lake Butler Monday, after a few churcfc.I I j I Dr. W. II. Lee and :Mr. F. M. Byrd ,

.. meeting with Mrs. Waldrup in these ( days visit with their grand parents, I I The revival is Ui.der the supervision '! spent several days this week fishing at 0 It
meeting I, lion. and Mrs. A. D. Andrew, of this; i Lake Geneva.
B. E. Brown and H. S. Millar madea place. i begin-ring !I :Miss: Eva Wilson, of Palatka, i is a

trip to Dukes on last Saturday. i 1 :Miss i Sadie Simmons returned to her ,i continue until next Sunday, Juy! It'.th.jor :, visitor of Mr. W. M. Overstreet this %=:::= Th4i # }
The heavy rains of the last three home in Raiford i Thursday, after a perhaps longer. week. :
weeks has done damage the \ r.eai'ant.It'; to relatives in :Sar.tierson. .
great to i I At the present writing no additional r-'
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I crops in this community. I !: member* have been received, but the I C. E. Topic C Lr j
Miss Loot Johnson returned to her
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I ': .-" ". .' ".,' ,.. .".' .. ..,' .., ...' ._.' .-.' ., '... ..,, home here Tuesday, after a week's (iing crowds: at each just sermon.simply overflow the build- t' For Sunday, July K'
I, I visit; to friends in Brooker. 'I Purity, Temperance and Strength.
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:2. Plenty of potatoes are Lei1et out iI Text- _Daniel___u __ -ls.,- :-?)--Bv. Lea_____er.n_ ; The Detroit Vapor Store Ms
', i; 0 IUIFOIW.s' 1 .. this: ;good weather, and some farmersare I Song.np' I 'f i
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also r.etweenhowers.. Burns Kero
i saving: hay Comment lesson. ene..Worles ike City
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NEW RIVER I Scripture quotations. I The Cleanest and Coolest Summer ;Cooker
.to Mrs. W. S. Valencia and :Miss Loca i' !'I held at Little Springs: church lat; What will help us to keep our ;

r Andersen returned Thursday from a i" j f- .* $ Saco air- s.s" :> I' Sunday, a forceful sermon being de I hearts pure ?Marion Richard. I We will demonstrate...Come in :j
visit to Pablo. livered'bv the pastor, Rev. R.->bt. L.I,. How may we cultivate habits of
t; Mr. R. B. Rol<>rts and family, ofWorthington. :Mr. R. T. Rardin, of Okahumpka, I I I I Dukes. Quite a large crowd was out, tt'mperanceIIul'rt Bennett. I m. DeWitt C. Jones : '
spent Sunday in'Rai- was visiting friends here last Friday. despite the unfavorable weather. How will purity and temperancehelp I
ford. Messrs. B. J. and V. E. Sapp were Hardware, Paints and Oil,--Plu us to be strong'-John Henderson. Q
i I Mr. J. II. Green, of Baker county, transacting business in Starke last ; !. t> !> y !' ,;, ."' .

) I .4 was a l.usinesi'i"itor to Raiford on. Friday._ e ea Season: of prayer. I *= *='! =*5V>= 5yK
I I :Misses Allie and Mary Moore, of ,? | ? y
t Monday. LAWTEY. Journey through _nd Cor. Sx { 1 ..
S Starke, the week end of W w.
g Dr. and :Mrs. P. C. Farnell and lit-I were guests O Bible drill.
.:, \ ), tie son and :Misses Dessie and Maud :Miss :Murlia Williams. .. to '!' '!> ;. !' Fame:, of Ft. White, were the guests Messrs. Jesse Thomas, C. A. Johns :Mrs. Annie Chapman Talley, who I' ---

of their brother: Dr. W. W. Farn ll and Cary Wynn attended church at has been spending several days as the B t rediction.FREE WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL
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here Hampton Thursday.Mr. ,
( Sunday. I guest of her daughter, Mrs. W. F.
Sheriff S. B. Denmark of Starke, I 1).T. Kellum, of Jacksonville, Godwin returned to her home in Atlanta SEED FIGHT BREAKS OUTAGAIN. UNIVERSITY. OF FLORID.FLORID..\ STATE COLLEGE F0
was in Raiford Sunday. i i was a visitor to New River last Monday Ga., last Saturday. Previousto Gainesville I
Mr. John Kersey, of Oneco, spent her visit here she had been spending j I I, :I ; WOMEN
Friday in Raiford. I I Mr. R. A. Townsend, of Wauchula, several months with relatives at i I Investigate its Advantages Before Tallahassee i
Mr.: Brince Roberts and family and arrived last Thursday to spend the Miami. WASHINGTON, July 12.-Free distribution An instititi.'p. of the highest rank f
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roberts, of Gra- rest of the summer with his family. Dr. and :Mrs. E. L. Biggs returned of garden seeds to the con- Choosing Your College the education of Young Women.:
?.. t ham. spent Sunday here, the guests He was accompanied by his daughter, home last Saturday from their wedding stituents of senators and representatives 43t5:: students from 51 Florida counties 5M j > studentv from 5:?? Florida counts
of Hon. and :Mrs. A. D. Andrew Mrs. Annie Rivers and little son, trip of about ten days duration. during the past four years has and 24 states and foreign countries and 11 stat' s 1013-1!! Total 818 j*
Mrs. J. K. Walker and little grand rhismn. ''I Postmaster A. B. Jackson and Liveryman I rest: the United States government 31- l l-IIj.; Total 818 including Summer eluding i Sar.!mer School. Write at oca
( daughter Elise Walker, returned to I Mr. George :Melvin and daughter, A. A. Stokes are the latest 110.91C.: There is a possibility that School. Write at once for catalog for CatalogEDWARD,
a their home in Jacksonville Saturday Miss :Minnie of Brooker. spent last 1 I who have bought autos, which makes this practice, termed by Senator Ke '- A. A. MURPHREE Pres. CONRADI, PreS-
after a several days' visit with her Sunday with his brother, Mr. Leonard :: 16 in this vicinity. yon as nothing short t 1 daughter :Mrs. J. A. Brooks, in Rai- Melvin.! I Mayor W. F. Godwin was transacting graft," may be abandoned i iias:>-, -Ji I
ford. 1.I I There was quite a surprise party at ,( i business in Jacksonville last Sat- as the se' "tp"t krocked out
: W. H. Dowling, of the Butler Flour the home of Mr. and :Mrs. W. T. Turner urday. the free pfd distribution: : clause of th-

Co.. of Jacksonville was a business I,I ':; last Saturday night. All engaged :Mr. J. S. Andrews was a business; agricultural: hill.!! Senator Kenyon.wh' !. i r 1"k
: visitor to Raiford :Monday.Mrs. 1 I in various gan es until a late hour, visitor to Starke Monday.Mrs. > Vd the fiTht araiist! : the am"idment. B. Z. MATTHEWSArtesian
F. B. Dense and Miss Dula after which the happy hearts deported William Reddi::h. (:f ';'.iterouk.was '' said. on the senat floor:
Jean Wactor, of Jacksonville: were !V: their respective homes reporting a visiting relatives i i" I.awtey Fri "' ',' *" is: KI TTV reason for send- .
visitors in Raiford Sunday. I I jolly good time. Those present were : ; '.. ?:' free ,:0 'Ii.- than fr sending Well Drille j

+ )Ir. John Kinlaw, of Jennings, is Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bennett, Mr. James day.Our fellow-townsman; R. K. Dl\'is''free clothespins or colic remedies."
I visiting; in the home of his uncle, )lr.1 Thomas and sister, Miss Nellie, Miss has proved himself quite a sunflower'ar.'v.e" i Corgressmrn. believing in the ::upi 1
+ T. B. Haftdle ', here this week.C. I Pearl and Phyla Renfroe, ar.d Mr. He has placed! on exhibition: i posed political advantage of making I have had twenty-four years experience in Ij

C. Carroll, of the CarrolBriggsCo. I Rob Andrews. in front of the bank tied to a telephone I gifts of seeds to the wives of farmer !
., of Jacksonville, was calling on our !I pole sample which measure constituents, are expected to re-insert Well drilling in Florida, .:
: retail grocers Monday. !' '? !' '!> i' !' ?- ? ?- ,;. I Ifteer fet in length and the stock is I. the frE' -di tribution clause.

S .-- Mr. J. A. Brooks and family and s over two inches in diameter. The / guarantee to satisfactorily complete all r:1:
: A Mrs. Alice Lee drove to Jacksonville ; HAMPTON flower is about a foot in diameter. Drives Out "Malaria Builds Up SystemThe -
Sunday in Mr. Brooks' car. ; Sheri! :! S. B. Dermark and Deputy Old Standird fenertl strengthening tonic .CONTRACTS=':--_
a S. ; ; S *> ; !' > 4 is J> J, ;. GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TOXIC,
Dan Johnson of Glen St. Mary, a7err>".. of :Mark, wr in I.awtey dmet out
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spent Sunday with his parents here. J. C. PoP<"), I\C :?: rke. w'C slaking >r*"'-o'"' f- ('**'?;?1 bur.o5S.Mr. : '-" Af-l-fi-HC the TJ,t.lond.811d Ta1fa"builds> r5 tl ul'the-..a.e sys1. k-, Raiford :-: Florida
Mr. Cecil Cason, of New River, hands with friends here Monday. 0. I.. Thomas was a visitor to
f i spent Friday here, the guest of his Miss Clara Mae Durden left Mon- Jacksonville I : Monday, where an opera Read the Telegraph-J1.50 year ,


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