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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 21, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME 38. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY JULY 21. 1916. NUMBER 3.




f FLOODS- IN NORTH CAROLINA I TOTAL OF EIGHTY-FIVE THOUSAND I VERNON E. SAPP KILLED-BY THOMAS" ,





f CLAIM .NUMBER OF VICTIMS VOTES CAST IN RECENT PRIMARYFlorida PARNELL AT NEW%%' RIVER WED., 19TH ,


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Hundreds of People Rendered), -WORK OX BIG CATTLE RANCH ( Metropolis) A. P. Jordan _______-__23,618 FORD BURNED( Dread Castroohe Was a Resultof

BEING TRESSED FORWARD Florida voters in the primary of jl

Homeless When Rivers June 6, which is being kept fresh in Crawford majority ___ 23,524 ,-' L. R. Katch, who lives near Hampton Bad Blood of Long ,

Flood Several Towns Company Has Already Expended One their minds by the contest of W. V. For State Treasurer: had the misfortune Sunday nightof Standina

Hundred Thousand Dollars in Knott for the nomination for Governor J. C. Luning __________39,790 having his Ford car partly destroyed ,

LINES ImprovementsThe cast nearly ten thousand more J. S. Griner ___________29,628Luning by fire.Ir.. Kalch had put on the I'.

COMMUNICATION votes than the best estimators forecasted lights and then proceeded to fill the JUSTIFIABLE HOMICIDE !

DOWN EVERYWHEREProperty Southern Cattle Feeding Com- for the gubernatorial race, majority _____ 10,162 tank with gasoline. A few drops of 3

pany are pressing forward with the there having been 83,372 first choice For School Superintendent: the fiery fluid were spilled on one of WAS VERDICT OF JURY 1,

Damage Runs Into Millions; work of fencing their great ranch in ballots, according to the latest figures. W. X. Sheats __________38,312J. the lights, and the car was afire in a __ i

thousands This is the record for the State.In L. Kelly ____________37,325 twinkling. The upholstery and all or
Foundations Clay county. They are fencing a
Houses, Torn From I the Senatorial race 81,378 first the wood work burned up. The car Parnell Not Discharged i but Hi'M on i
of acres in the southwest por-
Are Swept Away tion of Clay and will enclose a few choice votes were cast. Sheats majority _____ 987 'was towed to the Ford Garage in this Warrant Issued by Coroner Charg- "

The largest; previous vote was 63- city for hospital treatment.
ing Him With Manslaughter
sections in the eastern part of Brad- For Comptroller: +
000 in round numbers and the June {
ASHEVILLE, X. C. July 16.-Taking ford. When the present plans are Ernest Amos-
G increase evidences the interest RICH YIELD OF HAY
a toll of five human lives with l! completed there will be 125 miles of great First choice _________26.088 Wednesday morning our community
Florida voters took in the contestsfor
a property loss estimated from $6- I the fence, and this may greatly en- Second choice ________ 5,075 was shocked over the .news that Mr.

000,000 to $12,000,000, and with hundreds larged upon as the corporation is said political preferment decided on Some time ago Albert Bronke, who V. E. Sapp, a well kncwn citizen living -

of people rendered homeless by to have purchased 70,000 acres more that date. Total Amos _________ 31,163 lives in the northeastern portion of near New River station, and who .

the destruction of more than one hun- of land from the Dowling-Shands Co. The most recent tabulation, com- I A. J. Angle- Starke, plowed under a part of his had been seen in Starke only a day or I.
from the official returns of the
dred houses, the worst flood in the i The company i& buying all the cat- piled First choice _________19,041 strawberry vines and planted cowpeasfor two before, had been killed early that I .

history of the state swept the river tle at present on the range when the State canvassing hoard, is interestingin Second choice ________ 3,644 hay. The peas came up, so did ; morning by Thomas Parnell. We give

, sectien of Asheville and the French owners will sell them and it is esti- many ways, mainly, however, be- the crabgrass, and the grass assumed I below a summary of the deplorable oc- ; J

, Broad valley early this morning, and mated that they nohave about 5,000 cause it shows an increase of nearly Total Angle _________ 22,685 I entire charge!: of the plat. Last week currance. I

.. at 8 o'clock tonight the waters of the I head. Wm. Edwards, of this city, late 20,000"otl'S over the previous tabulation record. Mr. Bronke cut the grass, which was Mr. Sapp came to New River station i.j

Swannanoa and French Broad rivers ly sold them 230: head, and Theo. Tis- The canvassing board's Amos majority _______ 8,478 waist-high and grew so thick that cutting about 6:30 that morning to take the .

were fifteen feet above their banks, 'I! on, who lives east of town\ sold them : shows 1,092 first and 3.337 second C. B. Gwynn was a slow process, and succeeded G. S. & F. train for Lake Butler.

. although believed to be receding. Reports 150 head some time ago. choice votes cast for Catts there, a total listed of First choice __________14,612E. in curing and housing it in fine There he met up with Thomas Parnell. ,a

1 from towns in the French Broad I The company is said to have expened 33,429. For Knott, second are choicevotes P. Thagard __________11,927 shape. The hay yield was enormous. There had been bad blued between the .
24,720 first and 8,449
valley, covering a territory from the $100,000 on their holdings since For Railroad Commissioner two men for some time. Parnell had I
1 I a total of 33,169. Knott received THE MARKS BUICK CO. -
section to Hot January 1st. It begins to look like
Lake.Toxaway Springs choice vote I Royal C. Dunn- been in partnership with Sapp in the
the largest second
near the Tennessee line, put the property I the day of big developments has dawned the First choice __________24,938 sawmill business and three months i"I

'' losses at nearly $10,000,000. Reports I I in Florida. of any candidate of the, and margin owing between to I Second choice -------- 4,425 C. A. Marks. i is about to open up an 1 I ago they had a disagreement: endingin
narrowness
i from these sections are difficultto agency; for Buick cars, of which G. C. an assault by Sapp on Parnell, in
the nominee declaredby
himself and as
obtain owing to the interruption of this section. The tunnels ut Old Fort Total Dunn _______-_- 29,363 Livingston will be the manager. The which Sapp had beaten the latter and f
board is contestingthe
s Telegraph and telephone communication ''I are blocked with a mass of wreckage the canvassing A. S. Wells- concern will be located at the corner threatened to strike him with a pieceof I
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of throwingout
lines being down everywhere. At carried down by the food, and slides election, in hopes the Catts votes to First choice __________17,692 of Thompson and Madison streets, iron. At the meeting: of the men I,. ,

.1 o'clock today the Western Union from Saluda mountain are still com sufficient of the nomi- Second choice ________ 7,151 where the D. C. Jones hardware store Wednesday morning Sapp advanced ,

Telegraph Company succeeded in loop- i ing. The railway officials her can have himself declared party was formerly kept. G. C. Livingston, toward Parnell, saying: "What do you I

ing up a telephone wire to Atlanta, give no definite information as to nee.Qne of the Total Wells -________ 24,843Dunn the owner of the building, has been remodeling mean by telling all those lies about ;

If thds getting the only wire service when traffic in and out of the city of the closest contests it for the accoomtflodation. me?" Parnell denied the accusation,

to the outside world up to that time. I will be resumed. If flood conditions primary was that between J. N.Lake Feg- majority; ______ 4,520S. of the new enterprise. and then Sapp sprang kt him, strikinghim
Forest
1 1 An estimated rainfall of from six improve, it is thought that trains will arty, of Key West, and District A. Bryan- with his fists an'1) kicking him. ;
Fourth WALLACE PROMOTEDWallace
of Sanford candidates for MILLS .
3 to eight inches throughout the French :I be in operation by Tuesday or Wed Congressman, in which race Con First choice ______--__17,014 ._.... A negro by the name of Joe Ster- .,t

i Broad valley during the last week was > nesday. Bridge and culverts ara reported B. J. Ford- ricks stood near by aad Parnell ran

the primary cause of the floods which to have been washed away in gressman W. J. Sears,.the present incumbent -. First choice -._________13,160For :Mills, local delivery for around him and placed himself so that
J several places! though confirmation is was returned to Washington.As the Southern Express Co., drives a-
reached their highest point shortly after -I resulted Lake second Justice Supreme Court: the negro was between him and Sapp
the vote was
These lacking. round in a new regulation express and drew pistol. Sapp said "If
a ; I
daybreak this morning. Jefferson B. Browne ___41,580
conditions were further aggravatedwhen Asheville in No Danger. I Ii I i man and Fogarty: third, though a favor difference R. S. Cockrell __________24,559 wagon, which adds to the city of get hold of you: again I'll do you up"
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of 41 votes in.Fogarty's Starke. This is the fruit of t
wagon
the dams holding back the wat- i i The city of Asheville proper is in --.- ; -- wOrse than I did the last time." As
been sufficient to Jose \:. ':_ -
t ers of Lake Osceola at Hendersonvilleand no danger from the flood, the waters would have the second place. Brown majority ___-__- 17,021 a persistent demand for one by Express the men Stood fai-inf each other Par- a

Kanuga: lake at -Kanu a, were being confined to the cotton mill district Lake from I Agent A. P. Hoffman, and considering nell fired his pistol et Sapp twice,
For Governor: For National Committeeman
carried away, the tides thus liberated and railway sections of the city. : I ; how good a customer Starke one shot went wild, the bullet from
J. T. G. Crawford ______
sweeping down through the French Residents of these sections who have S. J. Catts- 35,740 ; is to the company, this recognitionwas the other struck Sap in the left
First choice _________30,092 Cromwell Gibbons ______24,194 undeserved. J'
Broad valley, through Henderson been made homeless are being housed not shoulder, ranged aroun.l the neck and
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Second choice _____ 3,337Total
Asheville and into the and fed' by relief committees in the houlder}
county past came out at the right killing
Crawford majority ____
11,532
I' of Madison. city high school. PAY YOUR TAXES him :
adjoining county I 1[ Catts _________ 33,429 For Congress, First District : The delinquent county and city ] instantly.
The total to cotton mills, I
Communication with the latter sefI damage W. V. H. J. Drane ____________11,660S. lists will be given to the printer next'' Parnell thwn went to Deputy Sheriff
woodworking plants and lumber mills
tion by either telephone or telegraphhas Knott'I Sam Crews and himself ,
First M. Sparkman ________10,290! Friday, July 28th, and their first publication gave up
not been established, but it is along; the French Broad and Swanan- that he had to kill to
yet stating Sapp save
Second choice ________ 8,449!! will be August 4th. Pay ;
I feared that the entire town of Marshall noa rivers is estimated from a million Drane majority ______ 1,361For up 1 himself from being killed by him.
in time and save advertising charges. I
and half to two million dollars.
> has been wiped off the a I Crews brought his prisoner to thecounty
map. Total Knott _________ 33,169 Congress, Third District: :
Hundreds of children from the cot- This does not include losses sustainedby J. W. Kehoe- I jail in this city.
REGISTER HAS CLOSED
ton mill section of the city, whose plants outside the county whence Catts majority ________, 200 First choice ___ _______ 0,313 County Judge Geo. A. Gardiner soon 1
definite have not been leceiwd.
homes were swept away early this reports I. L. Fan-is Second choice ________ 1,333; received news of the affair, with request -
In and around the village of Biltmorethe I. I). Register closed his store
morning crowded the city hall this First choice __________13,049! to come to New' River to hold
loss, including woodworking morning and went into volun-
Monday
afternoon. Hastily formed relief committees property F. Wood-- Total Kehoe _______._ 7,048/ ; an inquest, and he wed out there accompanied -

are making every arrangement plants and lumber yards, is esi- First choice ______u__ 7,701 J. 11. !SmithwkkFirs tary bankruptcy. Some years ago he by Constal Jake Johns,
: mated at 100.00ft.: The damage sus- moved to South Florida, but it proveda e
for the sheltering and feedingof F.1.. Hudson- -t choice __________ 4.999!) Kohert Cone and J. 0. Kralick. Sheriff -
tained by the big Vanderbilt estate losing! venture and after his return '
thecity's homeless. First choice ____Un 7,410 Second choice ______n l,=r.o Denmark was absent to Jacksonvilleat
r The town of Biltmoro, laid outtwentyth'e around Biltmore: > cannot he aSl'ertain-1 For Vice-President here he has not been able to catchup the time. '

ed until the waters recede, : although; exerting; himself to the
years ago by the late Geo.; Elliot W. Major -______10,803 Total Smithwick _____ 0.339:;:;! After arriving; at Up scene of the
Vanderbilt is almost entirely under believed that the Biltmore nurseries I utmost to do so, and he found it best
Thomas R. Marshall __.47,189 Judge Garaincr impaneleda
have suffered much damage. The for his creditors and himself to take catastrophe
water, ranging: in depth from Kohoe majority ______ 1,089Y. jury comp'',,ed of the following -
worst sufferers in the flooded district this !step.
three to five feet, and is completely Marshall! majority ____ 36, 94 L. Watson citizens; : W. Ji. Parker, J. O. r
of this city the Hans Rees tannery Mr. Register is not badly involved .
cut ofT from the city of Asheville by a are For United States Senator: First choice __________ 4,229J. Fralick, \\'. J. Johns' Joe Hodges\ ,
office at Xew York and he to clear
matters
hopes
of the Swan- having an soon up
raging torrent water, ; X. P. Bryan D. Stephens- Mack Johns, S. X. I1 ,nt. Joe Ster-
the Asheville Power and Light and business! again No one y
annoa which at sonic points is nowa city; First choice __________19,530( ; / First choice __________ 3,302 open up ricks the principal \\ 1:ness, had left
the Graham County Lumber has letter reputation for integritythan
Company a
mile wide. It was here the first I Second tht'cc: __.._ :3,747 For Congress, Fourth District : I fur parts unknown and Constable
National Casket he his friends
the has and
Company, many areorry
loss life far recorded -
of so reported was Total Bryan 23,283 W. J. Sears- Johns had to chase hilt for ten miles
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when Capt. Lipe and two Company, the Azalea Woodworking I Park Trammell I First choice __________10,371 ? over his temporary embarrassment before he caught; up tith him. The t
Lumber Com- he will be "terra
Company. the McEwan and hope soon on -
daughters were drowned in ,an effortto First choice _________37,373; ; Second choice ________ 2,407 testimony: of witnesses told the occurrence
home the Carolina\ Machine: Company, firma" again. .)
escape by boat from their pang Second choice ________ 6,014 I substantially *is given above. !
W. M. Jones Woodworking Company, '
which was swept from its foundationby Total Sears _________ 12,978Forpt I Sapp had been unarmed and was a little I
the Citizens TWIN CANTALOUPES
..J.t Hestall Company, j
the rapidly rising waters. Three the American Feed Total Trammell ______ 43,589Trammell's Lake- old, weak man, while Parnell\ a ,

I women who reached the tree tops Lumber Company, First choice __________ 0,917 I strong man in the prune of life, but

.j from the second; floor of their house Milling Company, the Biltmore the Sawmills majority __ 20, 06 Second choice ________ l,0t 3 L. V. Moore, who owns a splendid it !seemed that Parnell ,tood in a pec-
across the road from the Lipe home ] W. M. Westall & Co., Car- farm just east of Powell's still, has After
aiitvironist.
P. G. Wall- uliar dread of his;

. a vere rescued this afternoon by boat- ,' olina Ler Company Coal Company, the Standard, the Pisgah'Lum-Oil Company First choice __________14,404 Total Lake ____.' ____ 8,380 I among Yam other truck a Two patch of Eastern 'I''I'I weighing; the testimony carefully the I

: men. 'I and : A. W. Gilchrist- ;( cantaloupes. cantaloupeshad jury gave as their verdict "justifiable

!!!!!,. Property Loss Appalling. the Southern railway shops Company First choice ________ 9,803 i I Soars majority _______ 4,395!) grown together; Siamese twin : homicide," but Parm1!! was ordered
The losses of lumber and the French Broad Manufacturing fashion and they were presented: to
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property : the
I For Secretary of State: IJ. X. Fogarty- held under a warrantissued: by

industrial" plants throughout the section -I the latter having branches at II. C. Crawford ________47,142 \I First choice __________ 0,877 the Telegraph as a vegetable curios- I Coroner charging manslaughter.Mr. !! .
will reach an appalling total. New York city. ity. They were of excellent flavor, i
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OJ Woodworking plants along! the French The W. M. Jones Woodworking large and smooth. II Sapp was about ft! years of age,
and had al-
entire born in this county
: Broad river were washed away, thousands Company was practically an COURT HOUSE NEWS AS TO WHEAT was

of dollars worth of lumber being I Ior' loss, the greater part of the plant being .. ROSENBERG'S SALE ways lived here. lit( farmed on a I
the river. large scale and was! Very enterprising : -
down
( i, dashed against the abutments of con One swept hundred homes in the cotton The following realty transfers have Q".rte: tl number of farmers in this man as well as ingenious. Besides i

crete and steel bridges which span i mill district washed taken place during the last week: sectien:: r-i al !some wheit this year, Sam flo'" -. the enterprising farming he ran a blacksmith ;
were away. #
i q the French Broad at this point. : Chas. G. Holland to Chas. Rimes: olF...rvetro Southern Star of Ozark, manager Iti t; Cash Department I shop and at times a lo"al sawmill. lie

as The municipal gas; and electric light lot 1C or Wte of XW' of SW of Alad i.,:ds "that they are now r-t- :'t- "-.-. ad.e. ; j another sale. He was quiet, kind-henrtt'd man, but ofa
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plants} are, half under water and the Crops! Suffered Heavily. I I mr.de biscuits ,' r Ml : inouncemnt of the
1e1 lime r .us a
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temperament.
Sec. 10, tp. fi, range 22, warranty'd?ed; : I I.1 I somewhat peculiar'
; city tonight is without gas and electric I SPARTE BURG, S. C., July 16.( consideration $500. >> \.1.'"t jrrovn on thei- < ale in tci : 'j Tc'2graph:: and is cov- I He was a well known and much respected -

power. All plants depending upon have suffered great damage, *., th 'n fne ",. '. withI
ding
. Crops I I (,i r:' f-ni* a ? ?u ; country citizen and hid untimely deatk
electric motive power, including; the highway bridges have been washed Chas. G. Holland to Chas. Rogers! :.:: ,1' !v f) J-i ?o ri I thousand !large posters turnedaph's i is much deplored. lIe leaves his widow -

.f newspaper offices of the Ashville Citizen -: away and railroad service has been west half of west half or northwest > r .' : .* S :lb"-n <,?; 'J bo<. i'i: job printing and daughter, who have thesympathy

a and the Asheville Times are out ; badly interrupted by the unprecedented quarter of northwest quarter of Sec. I T- '.he it .. omical buyers will a of all in their bereavement.we .

.' of commission and the city streets rainfall in the Piedmont sectionof 10, tp. 6, range 22, warranty deed: '. ,.. .. ......1'" 3St them in the an-

t win be in darkness tonight. Tomor- I South Carolina during the past consideration. $10 and other valuaFconsideration. f, 'c ': -I ', FbrV-} sale. See the an- must not only have large atten-

row morning's four page issue of the I forty-eight hours. "'r -:-- ,"-. : t.*" 2 6th page of toi.ic must char' 10 and 20 +

Citizen is being made up in a local The Gaston Shoals plant of the Mrs };. E. Mahone to A. L. 'It,'. ,.:,:.! __ : "r.'!" .'. ,. '.. ,'1'. dance, but admission. The l'pistures will

job plant where the press is run by a South Carolina Light, Power and Railway about 8 acres south of ..!..;. ." i .,: _' -- .. --- .. ----, cents for of several reel each, will be

gasoline engine. Company, furnishing power to Baisden's and north of L :' v -'; PI'. ". . ." .' '. ,: educational consist well as entertaining: and

< Early this morning a two-story I Spartenburg and Gaffney and operating consideration $500. I/ "% : t \.] in: as thank
We
i hi h-class in resp"> ct.
house was swept through Biltmore is threatened by the section 29, tp. 6, range .'. every
mills .
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.i many : '? anxious to for your support i ia the past and
with three men sitting on the roof rising Broad river. The big plant of Mrs. N. E. Mahore ; T -, .. '; ''LI "- .:, ; ..i .. can only be i hope you that you will co-of erate with us

frantically waving to onlookers anding the Southern Power Company is flood- west half of north: ,! ,. ". .r .'_ ? '.. >" .: 'J' -i'-. the public. so that we can bring about the improvement -

for help. As they passed the ed. This company operates the in- quarter of north' -. ',. -.. : ,-., ..t r' ..: s '.-.- J :ad to put on mentioned.
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Biltmore road the men leaped from between 29, tp. 6, range 22. v : .: .
terurban railway system ,
the -. ViM-* *>-- f" f : -re. o' ;:lie elaborate MRS. B. Ij. HOPSOX.
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house and were picked up by and Greenwood, S. C., 10 acres; considev 4 '. ',
boats Spartenburg r : -a' t,-- r.. vV---.. ;- T- .;tin;: p odnctions of

t ** Two minutes later the house and Gastonia and Charlotte and lights Ne't .e'. -:i : '. r- .. ', ; ''ei...\-t rf *'""* :.';u. :;;> P.1: .> Co., f flowed by a BAPTIST CH'JRCH
smashed Nora P >
Jones vs :
thewncrete
to pieces against several cities. .. .,- :ion Friday
'. c s.tu tvry
'f V rlr] ". Ho >, 1'ft }
piers of Biltmore bridge; it- The Parr Shoals Development Com- divorce. : : T i' or.a.varrants it. There will be the regular services
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entirely under water. Colum- Jim Glover vs : > ar morning sin pany, from which the city of .-.. tV.ncs interested in. this ? if t>.e-3 filn; comes veryIt' I next Sunday
The Southern -<. "-.-- -. > s ** incited.T .
Railway U the lieav- railway, trespass q. : : T < which the public is
t -* pe it. : a 2 v> e. ., .- :. .put them on
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FRIDAY JULY 21, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE THlw I:

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News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. KISSED 971 SOLDIERS :RIVER MAN i .
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Told Our I Ii OF EXPERIENCECapt.
j by Exchanges. I
Cars of standard make and dependable 2

\.. ------ J i 1 As the third section of a troop train quality when in good repair give better '
carrying the Sixth Pennsylvania infantry
RIDGE-Thirteen carloadsof When it gets to work it will be the : I -I_ :: uncertain
GRAND National Guard, pulled out of J. P. Sharp Tes!! of His : service than new cars of per-
melons were tent out on one train ,, whole: l show, as its capacityputs it in
- the station at Clearfield, Pa., f 0 sturdy I Trouble-'Tanlac Has Made formances. We take in exchange for
the class
recently, making fifteen for day, a by itself. Our road men are
king the largest shipment in one dayin putting on the best of apparatus, ;owe soldiers the massed in a'e'ent the rear to car deep and ''I New Man of Me.' He Says new Cadillac cars many automobiles of
platform,
on
the history of the town, and "moreto may look forward, confidently, to { -- :- the best makes, which are in geed condition :
foJloPrices are still good. Ten having the best of roads. roans of disappointment and Razed I : .
loaded. enviously at 27o: of their comrades, Almost; every man, woman and These are put into first cuss shape
now being
carloads are I i each of whom wore a smile. : child along the course of the St. k in our own repair shops before. they are

I 31I. II.-All visitors' permits to Down the track, speeding toward; Johns river are either personally: acquainted r : ;
offered for sale under
T.UII'-\-Wm. Black Jr., son of the James Deering house and grounds the concentration camp at Mt. Gretna, with, or have heard of Capt. again a

Mr. and Mrs.; W. C. Black, died here''' in the south part of Miami have been were the first and second sections, I .:. P. Sharp, of Jacksonville, who fcr t.: L

from the effects! of a shock sustained j: revoked: and the practice of issuing each bearing: a full load of boys in' more than sixteen years has been master : -

when he died! into a pool at Wall I them discontinued. Even employeesof khaki and each boy wearing a similar of steamers and dredges for the

Springs last Sunday and struck his I the contractor in charge of the smile. In all there were !971> smiles. U. S. Engineering Department.. Cap- Money-Back Cuamntcc .
the bottom. He suffered four million-dollar will
head again development ?
i Why tain Sharp callf-d at the U tte3'

paralysis of the lower limbs not be permitted to take friends in Ask Miss :Mary Hainsey, aged 19 : Pharmacy, and in an interesting conversation 1 -

the place. Announcement of the new years, one of the prettiest girls in with Ill" E. B. EMi-r: the ,

CRYSTAL SPRINGS.-A. B. Hawkof ruling. has just been made along with : town. Miss Mary herself wore a look Tanlac representative, made th- following ; : These used cars are guarantee:! to give
has been indictedin explanation that the improvement of exultation for she had just
Crystal; Springs happy statement. r. .
has!" now reached stage where it is purchaser satisfaction. If they fail to do
a
the federal! court for the misuse of I I demonstrated her patriotism by kiss- "I suffered with chronic indigestionand .

the mails in connection! with the business 'I not to the best interests of the contractor 'ling !971 youthful volunteers in Uncle stomach trouble, for t five year so the purchase price will be refunded at

of the Co-ojerative HomesteadCo. to have strangers continually Sam's behalf squarely the mouth .. time in A }booklet
: passing: through. { on and found n thin;:: that would }help/ any seven days. we
., of which he is secretary. He ; i I in the period of two hours and thirty ne until I was told! about Taniar. Ipm have just issued gives this "rnorjey-back"
mad claim? l.e was unable to backup This the rate of : !
I I minutes. was at now on my second bottle of the
l and he i i- held under a bond of JACKSotNVILLE.According to : slightly less than (0.43 kisses per min- medicine and fl'cllike a different man. : guarantee' in full and explains'why we ..

S $;;,(luO. figures announced Saturday by the ute and is believed in Clearfield to be "Before I began taking -Tar.lac, I : .. can protect purchasers with it. Write or

j Comptroller_ of Currency, John Skel- i ja record. Miss IFainsey blushingly wa;? always upset, nervous and out call for free copy of this booklet before
ATI LI.A The Umatilla ton Williams, during the past six announced that her previous experience .
UM Orangeand of shape. I suffered a great deal! withLiiliouMicss buy a car.
l I years Florida's number of bank_depositors limited which made you
Grapefruit Land Company has had been and constipation, my appetite .
contracted with C. L. Griffin & Co., off has increased 117 per cent. her performance all the more remark I was:: poor and my ueal:, hardly -. i
This is but
another of the evidences
Macclenny, Fla., for 70,000 peach treesto many ever agreed with me. I finally gotio Used Car Depar.mentCLAUDE \
which to show the wonderful able.Miss
go ..
be delivered in January and February -I Hainsey began only a few min- ner>oua that I actna'ly 1 dreaded
strides Florida is making. Floridais
1917. The trees are mainly of utes after the first:: section of the train night to come as I could not sleep. '
the Jewell variety, the earliest known. rapidly taking place among the ul- the She NOLAN 'I
tra-progressive States of the Union. stopped at Clearfield depot. Gas would form on my stomach, causing *
When set out this orchard will be the when the third section ,
still going uncomfortable
was a heavy, feeling
She is not only becoming one of the '' .G ea Nolan
Maia
largest in Florida. but had to off the with Building, Street
States in this category, but she is assuming pulled out jump a burning sensation. I was also ct. '

I the lead rapidly in things that rear platform with three score un- troubled a good deal with heart burn Jacksonville, Ha.

FT. MEAHE-W. II. Lewis and I make for progress and development. kissed. The engine driver had spoiledher and was often overcome with dizzy b'

I ( IL A.- Liirhtsev shinned 490 cattle record. spells. I lost a good deal of strengthand ., c? 118 E. Broughton St., Savannah, Ga.M 4

I from Lake Wales this'week to J. G. wasn't myself at all

I Boyd at Baldwin, Fla., who is startinga ,I APALACHICOLA. -" "Do sharks WHY SCHOOL TEACHERS GET "I became interested in Tanlac thru > Distributor Cadillac Cars
cut the shrimp- Jets? replied. Mr.
stock ranch at that point. These WRINKLES several friends of mine who had bewr
Joseph Gibson to the Times man Wed-
cattle brought the owners nearly $8- benefited the medicine. -
by Since taking t
nesday. "I should smile. Phillie andI Ik House of Pafutedservi!
000. Another big sale of cattle was Tanlac I actually feel like I have I
had made a strike and had the net Some answers; can you guess the
made at Bartow this week. Such been made all over again. I no longer --
full of shrimp. We were bailing the 'questions? asks the New York Amer- -"
deals help to make our county more suffer with indigestion, my appetiteis --... --- --- ---- -----
shrimp out of the net with scoop nets .
prosperous. and suddenly the heavy weights slack, ican.A triangle is a circle with three good and I sleep well at night.

ened. I knew that a shark had struck corners to it. Tanlac has helped more than anythingelse

OKEECIIOBEE.-There is every the net and examination showed thata The alimentary canal connects Lake I have ever taken, but I am goingto

indication that the East & West Coast shark had cut a large hole in the net Erie with the Hudson river. continue to take it because I am

J railroad from Bradentown to Arcadia where the shrimp were the thickest.We The government of a country thatis satisfied that I will get even better PURE ICE

will be extended to Miami in the near not only lost a lot of shrimp but ruled by a king is a monkey. results. I expect to tell all my friends

future, according to information sent we lost a good portion of our net; andit i A saxaphone is an instrument played about what it has done for me." h Made Out of Steam, Steam Is a Vapor

""I' to this city by R. 0. Turner, assistant took some time to patch that hole." upon by the early Saxons.A Tanlac is sold exsluslvely in Starkeby I ,

cashier of the First National Bank of mountain range is a big cooking C. P. Cason; in Lake Butler by Generated From J Water and Purified by Heat.

Arcadia, in a letter to II. M. Van stove used in a hotel. Tomlinson- Iaines Drug Co.; in Hamp--
Court of this city. A considerable MIAMI.-With 87 new or remodeledtore The torrid zone is caused by the ton by the Hampton Pharmacy; in
fronts installed or built duringthe Lawtey by the Cash; Drug Store; in Ice made from well water is no cleaner
amount of is now being spenton of the which
money friction equator, runs
Miami's business district Raiford by the Weaver Drug Co.
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summer.
the survey sa'sIr.. Turner. .Mil hardly be recognizable by winter around the earth in the middle. and in Worthington by R. T. Taylor. than the water itself. Limes, Chlorides,

residents when they return late in the Longitude and Latitude are imaginary -' C. A. Smith, Sampson, Fla-Adv. Nitrates, Sand or any germ-life found in '
TARPON SPRl GS.-The Rev J. lines on the earth that show ;you '
fall. Never in the history of the city wells will "go-over" into Raw-Water

Antle has resigned the pastorate of has any summer worked such marvelous which way you are going.A SWEET POTATOES STAPLE CROPIf .

Trinity M. E. Church. lie will be change:: in the business district vacum is an empty place with
-cceeded by the Rev. B. F. Davis of nothing in it. OUR ICE IS MADE OF STEAMIT ---
and the total is astounding. Fourteen there is a strip of land that has

Los Animas, Colo.,-the ministers exchanging of the new fronts are being or are to A Mr. Newton invented gravity escaped a crop up to date, plant sweet IS PURE AND WJlOLES lE. t
with the aid of apple.
an
pulpits by mutual arrange be installed in old buildings, but all potatoes. Sweet potatoes have been 4 tIT
ments. Rev. Antle will leave for his There was no such man as Hamlet. -
, the rest are in new concrete or tile delayed this year on account of the
- new field July 19 and his successor I I buildings. Not a single frame building He lived in Denmark. spring drouth. Some farmers failedto LASTS LONGER

will occupy the local pulpit July 30.i has been built in the business district A curve is a straight line that has obtain draws and vines and others j
been bent.Bimonthly.
I Both ministers and their families expect or is; planned to be built this became' discouraged and planted their
installment
the
to be benefitted: by the change summer. means land to some other crop. As a result
plan. I it is probable that there will be a good Starke Ice Company
The climate is caused by hot and
OCALA.-With the exception of a I LIVE OAK.-Mr. I. F. Williams, of cold weather. demand for sweet potatoes this fall. 'l L J

I few finishing; touches, such as staining I the Padlock settlement, was in the The Pagans were a contented race There is usually a good market forfweet I i

some of the womhvbik and I removing !I'I 'city Saturday, exhibiting an eggplant, until the Christians came among them.A potatoes. They are a staple .
md those" which not .
crot'! are consumed
some litter in the basement left by i the largest; one ever grown perhaps. moat was something like a wart -
. handsome;: It four and half pounds, t for human food can be fed to ,
the contractor. Ocala's weighed a which grew on barons. <
j ifs. According to C. K. McQuarrio.farmers altl V\1 11 OO l .
r} public library building is complete and ;and was a beauty in size and smoothness. A boy who is amphibious can use e

ready to move in. The library board There is nothing small about all of his hands. have not found sweet" potatoes /

hopes to have the furniture in place I, Mr. Williams, if we get a little of his The days are shorter in winter because profitable, hog feed at ".> cents I
and in their correctly as farmer and a as a rule, but that depends on the l The Investment
the books' catalogued and history a cold contracts. Safe
l(
if the
fe"ds. However
of other ,
cases within the next ten days, whena family-man. We have been told! that Hold was discovered in California price 4,

public reception! will be given in he is the father of twenty-five child- before anyone knew it was there. market price of potatoes drops below

order that our citizens may view thenew I renand while he is not a very robustman Mars is the name or a star so far 33 cents. the pigs afford a profitablemarket. t

building. I he has succeeded in doing a good off it would take a million years to
other -
The West Indian Yam and the ,
all of them that lived, and only train.A .
pert by in
walk there
an express I coarse fleshed varieties will be, In nine cases out of ten money is required if, one is
lot two three of the as they is that
or covey miracle something some- r
CLEARWATER. suit for l the : r'
$ found best for stock food if potatoes -
W)0 I'inellas O-1, grew up. one does that can't be done. for take of _
damages against are to be grown primarily to advantage opportunity. ;
i fire it is call-
When volcano spits
will be' filed !by the J. S. Miller n animal: Y
struction company; of Tampa, Con-\\I FT. PIERCE.-The pin-ap-ade factory ed saliva. .. +

their attorneys. Wilson & :Mack of 1 i', in Fort Pierce is now in operation Epidermis Is what keeps your skinon. SELECT SEED CORN BEFORE THE The individual who invests in the Time Deposit issued -

this city. Thi* suit is one more growing I,:land pineapple growers are finding it .
PLANT DIES
out of the contract let by the j.a sure outlet for their ripe fruit. Thefactory ,e by the Bank of Starke is prepared to
has capacity of l.r.ot: TIMES TO SCARE JOKERS AND .
three upeounty commissioners, Lowe, [ a per 4-l
Coachman and Yincon, in 1914.! for I\j I day but through the present pineapple KILLS HERSELF The corn stalk is the machinery l by, grasp unusual opportunities; his securities i are I

the erection of a court house and jail reason the output will daily be ;;00 which the ear is produced. It is the I
I' article telling of the T1FTON, C.A.-Playfully pointinga of the ear and the size of the
at Clearwater. It makes the nine- gallons. In an parent always negotiable, dollar for dollar. Our Officers -
teenth suit to date filed against the ;factory the Fort Pierce news says: rifle butt forward out of a windowto ear is limited only I by the ability of I

county commissioners.PANAMA j'"Wednesday afternoon, in the presence scare two neighbors: who had been the stalk to make It big. That is whyit cordially invite consultation on the above

of__ _interested u crowers: and business tapping on the window jokingly, trying I is important to know .something

I men, the plant of the Florida to scare her, Mrs. Samuel Goode, about the stalk upon which the seed question. I

CITY.-Bay county is :I Fruit Syrup Company was pitin wife of a prominent farmer of Tift ears were produced. If selection is I t

to have: one of the largest turpentine i motion for the first time, immediately county, was shot in the heart: and instantly mnd" in the crib, no notion can be had }

extracting plants ever established in' following the hurry-up installment of killed when: the hammer of whether the ears were produced on l

Florida the A E. Turner Company of the machinery in order to handle the the rifle caught in the window sill and desirable!" stalks.If .

Pensacola, now being in negotiation ready by-products of St. Lucie county, the rifle was discharged. :Mrs. Goode selection is made in the field before ii

with citizens of Panama City for the I the great pineapple belt of America." leaves four young children. the stalks die the performanceof Bank of Starke

!"selection, a site. A. E. Turner already -I each stalk can be noted and the

has given assurance:: that if pro- i SACOLA.-lIow safe is the keeping very quiet about a merry-I performance of the crop producedfrom

per terms are made the factory will .noknn; expedition which occurred : seed thus selected can be guar Florida :
is demonstrated Starve
cattle-plus-silage proposition, : :
i I -
1* established\ at Panama City, this i by the case of \V. C. Barri- Monday night. And thereby hangs a anteed. Most farmers like! big ears t

being a logical shipping and handling I of modern agriculturists tale. Recently A. W. Bailey, the gentlemanly bi'c 'n'e! they make big .ield.;. Consequently -
point for a factory that will have a neau, one our agent of the Southern Express they hunt for big ears in the j
who owns a splendid place near
payroll of more than $10OOO monthly. Company, brought a charming I crib. Most of the crib selected ears
Barrineau had
1
i Park.11' i
jBarrineau
: '... under extremely favorable ---- _
to Kissimmee and began house- I were produced _
which he
|:2r.O:!I acres of corn from expected -
I 325: Mabbette In conditions. Now almost any _
street. __
keeping at
QUiNCY The Overland touring I a yield of O.OoO: + bushels:: which
keeping with the old-time custom the I stalk can produce a big ear when it is \
car of Dr. R. L. :Munroe went up in I were laid flat by the terrible wind. with I
moist fertile place
smoke this side of Little River Sunday Most of this is a total loss:: from a young people planned a surprise for 1 funding in stalks a within, dozen feet of B. z. MATTHEWS
the newly-weds and prepared a serenade -'no other a
afternoon. The doctor and Mrs. Mun grain standpoint, as the corn was at whether it
knows
of tin cans, and other I ifBut no one
roe when and the pollen was i iI pans
were returning from a drive the pollen stage
if it had }been
would a big ear
utensils. For almost produce
noise-making an Nell Driller
an explosion occured while coming I all thrashed off. The older corn, however Artesian
under less favorable circum-
hour they kept their din before the
i up grown
through a ht'ansand bed. lie shut while it presents a very sad appearance t

off the engine immediately and both lying flat on the ground, house;night.at 323:The Mabbette neighbors street were on drivento Monday stances.To eliminate. just such chances as I have had twenty-four years experience m

got out of the nevertheless make good ears. The
horridly will
car as as pos C. K. McQuarrie, state
distraction, but there was no response that is'hy
sible." It was only short time before six thousand bushels of corn represents Florida.I
a from the home of the newly- agent for the University of Florida Well drilling in .
the
i auto was ablaze and was completely approximately $6,000. Mr. Bar selec-
until the Extension Division, urges! field
weds. It was &ot next morning -
-\ destroyed. The car had been rineau, however, has silos and will The and performanceof satisfactorily complec! ail
i that the truth was learned. Then tion. parentage guarantee to
m will make silageof
"I I use for ten months and was insured erect other silos, and field
be guaranteed by
that the had each ear can
the facts came out party
for will be worth at the
$600. which
1 the of
crop been serenading a house devoid of oc- selections. Nothing can be known -CONTRACT
'
least $10 net, an acre, or 2/500.:
't... very cupants. Mr. Bailey was busily en- the parentage of the ear in crib selec-
the stalks
form on
ZOLFO.-Improved machinery ir Small ears may gaged at his duties at the express tion. Raiford :-: Florida
I and the feed value will be very high; '
..
very avenue of human effort has become waste into beef office, while Mrs. Bailey was visiting :
and turning the storm Drives Out Malaria,Builds Up SystemThe
1
so little relatives in Tampa.The .
common as to cause deal better than to seeingthe toulc.GROVE'S 'iL ----
is a great Old Standard general strengthening
J comment, but the big "Catipillar'traction ,drives out :
stalks rot on the ground. Quinine That Does Not Affect The HetdBecause TASTELESS chill TOXIC ._
engine to be used on the of its tonic ana laxative effect LAXATIVE Malariaenriches the Mood.and build up they"
-
Toads of District 5, has caused many BROUOQCIyiNEis better than ordinary -m. A true tonic. Foradultaandcbiaren. SOc. L50
..$
to is of Quinine and doe not cause nervousness ncr Read The Telegraph per year.
I wonder if it is not the limit of its! KISSIMMEE.-There a party ringing in head. Remember the full name and Head the Telejrraph-11.50 year
: kind. It came on a flat all to itself, young people in Kissimmee who are look for the ssmi*ure of ::t, W. GROVE. 25C. t


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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY JCL. ZI, 1916.

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THE GOAT AS A GARDENERThe : FLOODS IN NORTH CAROLINA I'a radius of fifty miles north and west I of all the rest. II I I KNOW IT 'WELL --

Bradford : CLAIMS NUMBER OF VICTIMS of Charlotte. He is a small man, about five feet --

County Telegraph I i i Just above the Southern's bridge, five inches in height, his eyelids con- Familiar Features Well Knows
u
following dispatch from New I i (Continued From Page 1.) the Piedmont and Northern Interurban ceal about half of '* eyes and he Hundreds of Stake; Citizens.
York Saturday shows that some peo- To look at
in low monotone.
and the talks a
Published I bridge Seaboard bridge
Weekly, and entered as second I burden
ple begin to think for themselves in below the were washed Farther the him one would think he wouldr.'s! ham A familiar \n many a home
I bia derives its power lies away. up '
class matter at the poet-office atStarkt hearth matters. The burden of a "fad back."
Southern plant on the Broad river [river, near Mooresville! and Statesville'two a fly. I
Florida.E. and r.ew A lame weak
"One hundred forty-four a or an aching
back
i and the floods are rushing it tonight. : highway bridges went out, while
cases of infantile paralysis and twenty EPISCOPAL I Often tells you of ;idr.ey ills.Doar.'s .
Catawaba the Southern's
at bridge
1 A break in the island side of the on
S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner -;e"e-n deaths were reported today. I Kidney PiSK! are for weak
the line washed
dam of the Gaston Shoales plant of i Salisbury-Asheville was Marks Church Sun
Services at St.
i The residents of Brooklyn today began kidneys. j jHere
H. E. L.GERGREs.tt.iatt' Editor war on the health inspectors declaring j I the South Carolina Light. Power and away.At I day, 23rd, at 11 a. m., Dr. Fryer officiating. I! is good testimony to prove it
'I six miles north of Mor.do. below Catawba, the West :
Railway Company, ,
that they germs of the disease I 1 J. T. Shaw, farrne; R. F. D. .V0. i
carry :'Caffney late Mor.do cotton mill of 5.000 spindles is :
i -
S. C., was reported tonight -
able-bodied and well-cul- Box No. 54
What an from one district to another. Galr.e\lJe, Fla.
below notified -|under water and the East Mondo mill says:
and all
; plants were
LABEL
I tivated imagination can do is exem- If there is anything in the germ : LAWN PARTY FOR MISS "I have to be on my SV ta great part
of the possible danger. The re- 1 across the river, is almost submerged,
I EDWARDS the time I think
plified by the. following observation theory the complaints were probably: of and that is the
been verified. This dam while a cotton warehouse with 400'
has not
; M I from the Tallahassee Record: One Justified.MISLEADING. port I direct cause of rry L:-ireys becomWdisordered.
holds body of water six miles long. bales of cotton has been washed away. :
a I first .tic.
a
I can tell the difference now that Uncle 1 Last Tuesday afternoon from fourto pains in
of mile wide with Still farther the Catawba the Lila-
i I \ Joe Dixon is back on the desk of the HEADLINESAs a quarter a a depth dawn and up under' six, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins; entertaineda my back, which: ooth'-red me when I
|i of thirty feet. Farmers of this section : Alspaugh! mills are The
i) Lakeland Telegram." We regret to say few of the young people for her sister stooped over. j.-idr.'y secretionswere ;
all highway bridges water.i
!
| reported
t that Uncle Joe hasn't put in an appearance one-third of the American pop i little Miss Mabel Edwards, o irregular 1:1: }as=age. Doan'a
I ; yet. We would like to hear ulation is foreign born and a large 1: wiped away by the flood. Dams Give Way. Lawtey.The Kidney Pills brought ne ':::1i: relief.!
f
t I The damage to the mills is laid to a '
something about him. as he started percentage of these people are naturalized children had a jolly time playing The pains i in rny te.l: left and the

homeward several weeks ao, and we I and ..voters the head-line ex- i Water Supply Endangered. water spout in Alexander county that i games on the lawn and later in the kidney action bean;? regular."
: caused a section of the earth embankment i
have had no tidings of him sr.ce.-! perts of many daily democratic papers CHARLESTON S. C. July 1irety : on the Lookout shoals afternoon Mrs. Adkins, assisted by Price 50; cents at *:l dealers! Don't

Lakeland News.According should! not hurt the democratic cause i:, \ per cent of the potable water plant of the Southern Power Companyto power Mrs. 0. J. Griffin, served the happy simply ask for a kidney remedygetDoar.'s

by such head-lines a; this, which is 'supplied the city is endangered by a gathering with lemonade wafers ar.d Kidney filltht sane that
to many accounts sharksare I frequently seen: "President Wilson break in the dam across Goose creek. : !give away today adding fifteen feet candy. )lr. Shaw had. Fo er- 1iIb1rn Co,

becoming too numerous alor.g our i Attain Denounces Foreigners: :' Such I[1 fourteen mile from the citThe. ; of twenty-foot water to tide the in already the catawba.more That than Those enjoying this affair with the Props., Buffalo, :.. Y. (-91}

shores for safety. Why not follow assertions are unjust to our president break i js due to the cloudburst that :volume of water also caused the last charming little honoree were Dorothy

the suggestion to capture sharks for who only finds fault with the perni- occurred in this section Friday: after- two or three of the bridges to Edwards. Mary Ella Edwards. Ethel RIVER JUNCTION ENJOYING

the sake of their hides ? The meat I Ial chus activity of a very few belongingto noon. j Reports of loss; of life in Hender-go. Griffin. Owen Grim Hazel Adkins. i LIFE IN IMPROVISED BOATS

o.as a value, as in Californiayour one or two foreign nations and the The city authorities, the water cor- sonviHe and Toxaway sections have Margaret Long Elizabeth Browr.lee --
sharks when canned dyed and beneath the misleading and the Seaboard Air Line !
? dispatches poration not been confirmed as there is no tel- and Vivarette Floyd. River Junction i is ill: on he map,

treated with cotton seed oil make a head-lines allays explain this fact. railway are cooperating to repair the egraph or telephone service in that ardless! of the fact that lasir.es! *

good brand of Columbia river salmon. But many read only the head-lines in damage, ar.d it is hoped that the dam territory. Dams at Kanuga and Os- MRS. JONES ENTERTAINS IN is being transacted uj.on one of Flor-
The old shark would make good fer the and if they offend will be replaced before the impoundedwater
i daily papers;; ceola lakes near Hendersonville, went I HONOR OF MISS: RICHARD :da'* unsalted eas. The recent heavy
tilizer. The thinning out of the sharks i the subject: matter is sure not to te: will have teen mixed with tidal rains have the
I out last night and early today. The I put usually placidChattahoochee
would ler.efit the food fishing: industry read and the foreign born voter is apt salt water. r
I. i! ;, Drano Power Company's dam on the I Complimenting! Miss Caroline P.ithr on a iar.paze and almost -
I.to believe that the democratic party Broad river near Shilby went out ard of Jacksonville a charming:: submerged the ousir.es district :
is hostile toward him.s many of i I East Tennessee Affected to-I of the thriving little railroad
the Southern
The other day a member of the Second American : day, mer.ancing iting girl. Mrs. D. C. Jones entertained city. .
excellent
Florida from .' these people make j KNOXVILLE Tenn., July 16.-Upper i i Company's slant near Blacksburg i I most delightfully! by giving; a Knee pants, rubier boots and life ;
infantry came I
up
should be done t)
citizens nothing East Tennessee felt its first effects C. preservers are worn by the
e porch party last Friday ever.'r.g at people,
Black Point and went into a Jacksonville fold. i5. ,.
of the democratic
them out
barber shop annexed to a hotel. keep I of the Carolina storm today when the I her summer cottage at Kingsley lake. and those who are prohibited from
STATE Blue! Ridge mountain let loose floods traveling on submarines or merchantmen
and asked for a shave. He was in INTERESTING PUBLICATIONS i. i YirJinia1$0 Suffers. I The porch was profusely decoratedwith -
of water that put streams and rivers a quantity of greens, moss and are at a dnaivitage if they do( -
uniform and service was denied him. I .
ROANOKE.. W. Practically
July
on the rampage as they had not beenin palms while Japanese lanterns tided not own their craft. Many of the bus.
: After all the /gush and slobber about all railway tramc. in southwest
is this the those thirty years. Elisabethton and several -II much v> the beauty of the scene. Conversation iness houses are used as docks, traffic
patriotism, way are Hon. W. A. llcRae, state commissioner other towns were threatened with .. Virginia and eastern West Virginia and an advertisement gamepleasantly is monnalor.g/ nicely and everjbodyenjoying
treated who show their love for their
of agriculture does not make I serious damage while: various rail. was tied up today by washouts and employed the attention of the novelty of living as Noah
deeds instead of hot air?
t country by his office a sinecure by any means. He i roads have suffered !severe losses from : slides resulting: from the heavy ra ns :he guests. In guessing advertisements did before reaching the hill where .

It seems that the regiment alluded to i issues a "Quarterly Bulletin," from i washouts and slides that blocked traf- ''of the past week. Many bridges have I Miss Kathleen! Alvarez wonr olive trees flout ished. Venice 13 her

{: has already suffered enough for its which may be learned a few of the 1 fie. All trains into Bristol on the ; been carried away by swollen! creeks I *, =t r-rize-a box of corro.pJKdeicecids purple prime of ]luxury traveling in
without to stand
patriotism having !! .
f' contumely from snobs. !I thins; he has to attend to, but a I Redford division of the Norfolk and and rivers, telephone wires are down I Miss Richard as honor ,rue.-t, gondolas! is nothir? compared with

i multitude of the items going throughhis ;i Western railroad were annulled today. and a heavy crop damage has been re- : wa- presented wit: a set of dressingtabls ; River Junction with its elite society

I The Macclenr.y Standard says it "I office: are never heard of outside. trains being unable to pass Redford, : ported. So far as known here there' i accessories. folks gliding up to n cold! drink stand

\ that The Bulletin keeps tab on matters where the of New river threatened has been no loss of life. .
does not know South Florida is; waters Vies Ella May Long. Kat" AIvriC2 :- and ordering a "Jc.t"twhich ,3 the

: growing faster than We.-t Florida ar.! agricultural in the state, gives agricultural steel bridge and covered the On the Norfolk and Western railway !- and Floren-e; Mathew aS_istet' Junctonian on';- form cf di=sI: ation.

r that "Baker county will stack her 1! statistics: analyse of food I tracks around the river bend to a near Hadord"a.., the junction i Mr?. Jones in -...ir.-: -iuiMj; ice With these unusual conditions thereis

'Ii. cards with the best of them and we and feed stuffs, fertilizers etc.. as depth of ten feet. Bridges ar.d trestles point for the New River division, Rad- : cause no murmuring:: saior.g the inhabi

r are not afraid of losing the jack pot." : well as interesting- articles for fanr'ers were washed out on the Tennessee ford to Bluefield.. Va., and the Those enjoying this pretty courtesj tarts taking the situation rh'! !;',soph-

And yet the Standard, published for and business men. We have al- division of the Virginia! and South- Radford division to Bristol. Tenn. j of Mrs. Jones were: Mr. and i Mrs. ically-eating. seeping: and making

fifteen years; at the county seat of ready commented on an article appearing : western. Traffic; also was tied up on about five miles of trackage is reported j Sinclair Peek, Mr. and Mr Cat lyI", merry, for tomorrow it Yr.araL'1.: .

Baker county and by one of the brightest : i i in the latest Bulletin. | the Virginia-Carolira railway, the washed away. completely tying up > Peek.; Mrs. Fred Sayles. Misses: :iois Reports up to th* t'me of gj.5 to ..

writers in Florida! is a four page j I "The Fourth Census of the State of East Tennessee and Western North traffic on }lath division: j I i Pees Jear.ette MatthewsIrsT..-! Dar press indicate that River Junon is ..

paper and carries one home advertise Florida": has !lately! been issued and is J Carolina! and the Carolina. Clinchfield !' bee Carrie Darb) Arne i Dariy.: Stella! sailing smoothly! and with bnzV skies

t ment. We would advise Powell, of very complete: in giving the popula- i' and Ohio railroads. The tides in various SEED CORN SELECTION RAISES'YIELD I iI Gallagher, of Savannah Mal-el ;larl y. and fair wind terra firma w-.i: *:abe :on

' ( Macclenny: Storr. of Pe Funiak tion of 115; and preceeding census streams ran from fifteen to twenty Ii i Kathleen Alvarez. Ella May Long siehted.: -Q-.incy: Times.

1 Springs and Gargile.! of Lake City to years of counties! towns and districts feet hish. A telegram tonight from i r'loreice Matthews, M*?sr.-; Morwr.

come down to South Florida where races and nations, children of school Elisabethton! reported that the Virginia ,' The more corn a farmer raises and I Darby Frank Lane. El;ry Da\5 i MILITIAMEN RAID STORES x

: t hustle and merit are arpreciated.I .- .t&se, and so on. The commissioner, and Southwestern bridge at Butler. the greater the yield, the better he I Blanchard Law, George; Anderson.
Wauchula Advocate. ''anxious to put a glossy finish to his eighteen miles! east of that place, was can afford to select his seed corn in Charlie and George Chaiker. of Mid-[ CLEVELAND, 0.. July 13.-Sevea

I -S census statistics gives also "females 1 washed away together with five hundred the f.eld. The increase in yield from'! dleburg L. A. Jordan, Joe Truby. hundred' militiamen from New York

The Bradentown board of trade recently of voting age." Thus the future candidates feet of railroad track. I field selection has been estimated by'' Bro ks Shipman, Robert G.-;\. )laneu- passing through Cleveland, !left their r

invited lids on :\((II) :24-page of Bradford county may have A tide: of twenty feet is predicted the Missouri Station at 10 to 12 per j I Brown. trains this afte.T.ocr at the kcal depOt :

booklets descriptive of the town ard win whit | for the Tennessee at this point tomor- ,, cei.t. L !.Utf conditions in this state ; and raided rcarbv stores and commission .
to 3-1S2
to lay plans over : i
surro'Jdings.It' the the be increased houses, taking: food ana merchandise
? liters : row. yield can even more SNAKE DISPUTES POSSESSION
female! voters, and good looks and winning I
were four Florida printers The contract i I I because the Florida farmer does not and destroying what! they
OF A CHICKENFew
!
; : smiles will be necessary. The
i was awarded to a firm up ii Vir. I of the book Crop Damage Severe I need to pay so much attention to earlymaturity did: not earnaway..
first is a condeneedj i
I gir.ia. "whose bid was so much lower part : and can select the teit yielding Riot calls were tuned in aiu! ,;uads
history! of Florida! EENVILLE.. S. C.. July 16.- j have
ever
persons a more of policemen answr-jj in
._ than the others that it was not a dif i- I I strains.Now :: { etrerzencypatrols.
i Along with decer.ss Undetailed reports from points near I thrilling experience than the following !.
salt matter to make the awards : report comes j : i is this 10 to 12 per cent worth .

printers, wh n bidding on a piece! 'f a new sectional. I map of Florida. This Greenville! indicate that the damageto trying for. Let us see how much : The soldiers: were driven ':..ck t.

work have nver been known t* ask : map is up-to-date. While the fifty- crops lecaue of Saturdays storm. corn that would make. The state av- '! Mrs. W. R. Burns, who resides in the train by a squad of twenty armed

more than a very small profit above 1' second and: newest county, Okaloosa.i '' is severe. Great stretches of bottomland erage last year was 15 bushels to the ; their suburban home a few miles from men ordered out by Maj. T. J Moyn-

actual cost, we take it that the firm not included i in the census reports. are inundated while roads and acre. A ten jjer cent increase would t i Eustis, was out in the grove hunting ahan commanding .h* train. >, me of

because the referendum vote required bridges have been badly damaged.. bushel half. guinea when she heard of the soldier said
that captured the job will do it for less I mean a ar.d a At average a nest one they had r.t eaten

f than cost. It is such insane cut-th-oat ly: the legislature before the new Greenville county however, seems to corn prices even that small increase her half-grown chickens give a seriesof in thirty-six hours.:

competition that ruins the county cold Icon: established have escaped with less damage than would be worth while if the squeaks like being: caught. A wild Raided Stands at Kansas City.

printing :could be taken; before the time was suffered in western North Caroli- farmer raised much i cat had been the
visiting
.' trade. We believe that the! booklet! not as as ten acres. j place at night KANSAS CITY. Mo.. July 1Pol-
!limit for the census taking }had ex- ', ra and some of the counties of South But most farmers are not satisfied and Mrs. Burrs thinking it possiblethat ice called
would be today : -
a better advertisement torBradentown : were to acres trooper
t and the state if it bore :| pired. .l: is on the new map. all right, II i iar.d Carolina. None of the rivers from with the state average. A good:: farmer j the cat mia'M have returned in sof Eighth Infait\v, )lass:: :}asetts
:
t the imprint of a Florida Fintine! > Milligar., the! county site suh. North Carolina! run through this coun: can make _5 to 30 bushels! to the J the moraine, acting impulsively, rushed National Guard ,,1-fJ' Cterthrew fruit

1 house. sports a dark point in the center of ty. Service over the Southern rail- acre. That would be an increase of :, toward the lake border to ascertain'the stands near the Union Star duringa
: ; way is badly! disrupted. Other roads :24 to 3 bushels to the acreThe i A of
marked Natal
I the Jtile: : white circle which : cause. large clump brief stop of their: train ].ere. A

j t.: Sserift Smith, of Lake county ha? f I I!;.3t a common, ordinary: yi"age or.'the ; report delayed trains. ; greater the number of acres that '; hay obstructed the view and as she few of the gjkru!ten; were arrested
I increase is obtained the '
on
L. & X. railway. Broward county 'I'[ greaterthe rushed along could only see the grasswaving. and taken police headquarters bat
r.llr I r own language teat I to
cannot .. I .
in will te the profits of seed corn selec!
be misunderstood that he will prosecute is also shown, and we can imagine the : Train Service Suspended Imagine her horror as she all were released: and the regiment
tion.
stteirpdng heart-aches of all concerned before1' WASHINGTON. July 1t>.-All service stepped around the grass to have a resumed its jourr.ey to El P;.so, Ten.f .
anyone catching or I I I I According: to:: C. K. McQuarrie. the large cotton-mouth moccasin spring
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to catch fish with trot !line "or trot i its south boar was determined. 'I over the Southern railway lines farmer can well afford to select his I and coil its body around both her ankles + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

't lline-" Ahem. Lake county came I i Other features we happen to notice between Spartenburg and Asheville, 'seed corn in the field. He cannot hope j + LEGAL NOTICES *
her Besides ;5 on the is a new railroad! from and between Salisbury and Asheville.has 1 !' so quickly that she could not jump
; honestly by: name. big : map : to obtain maximum yields by crib
e + + +
+ +
+ + +
I case of the away. The snake drew its coil so + + + + + + +
. lakes entirely within her boundaries Brader.:own to Arcadia: and extensions -| been suspended se'.ection.: It i is entirely possible that'I II .
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SUE.Thir.j
tight she was unable to move ar.d NOTICE OF Gl 4.RDUV
she is part owner of several other tie: !II of the Seaboard east ar.d southI : washouts and slides resulting from the individual farmer can increase his ;'I days after da:. t-wf 5 wt the

lakes, the half of a long stretch of the I of Bartow. The ill twd.va-ne' :i the foods in western North Carolina : yield even more than 10 per cent by ;' then drawing back its head, with 21st day cf Aatr '-. : ".', If... aiD r M the
: or
I 'Ira mouth thrown wide struck at Hor.r rate: Ceo. A Gar :tr Cocv.j 3it
open
f.: St. Johns river and of small lakes .1'.\" e', officials of the railway!! announced to judicious: selection. !' Bradford County F.. -w...- fcr 12 Order tos.

she probably owns a hundred, so in th I II night.! An embargo: against the sale .. I her. Fortunately, in her position, she *.: at prh'x: Vne-ae7f nn.nt :
had thrown her kn9es few. aeh of YJ! ?: ,::. Eth. !Ith. AI'
a H a
should wh: on the 1913 of tickets to and from all points on ADMITS KILL- apart : *
( that the sheriff really mean state appeared ,, COUNTERFEITER : fJ J S::: th. Ludioa..--tn. M1r.f 5-thtad
if to live up to his threat. he would I''rr.ap: and which we thought had been'marked : these two lines was put into effect i INC THOUSAND PEOPLE inches, and thehead struck between EJ1&n 5m.th. minor t.c-,:? _f Y..ne Snit
them, only coming in contact with the drtcai.. in and u tie ftland. :-'''''tC dose r.
the late and will remain in force
:-t te compelled to have a dozen "Roamer i ly a mistake i is also on today : S.tuattd ir U:, :' 'rd -::1) Honda.s. .
I' *." and half hundred deputies onaeroplane I| r.ew mar. and perhaps there is a railwav until service can be restored. I i dreis goods. Instantly thereafter the '.. The Souh >f .. !: J.H Qoart
I. ; i Several trains marooned _\TLXT.l'e committedone snake loosened its coils and darted t \tat .-...irte' .t *:, ":--el: .;.:a ttr.fS .
were
locate and catch the offenders. I after all. passenger "1-tfa
' ? to 5. Psr r e
6It
. : thousand murders claims man ti's' : Tairstn
a : back to the chicken! which it had injured -
the \ *
lines but
tonight two or
.
But : is never eaten as I The three publications mentionedf on t et "1air.ir.1l n a It Aetrr -s. M
soup who life sentence in the
f. .. .., officials! said all! trains were safe and is serving a so badly! it could not escape. a::.) :. ....5
hot it is cocked and Lake i .. within I .
as county [ ... 'I' very complete: references United: States pententiary in Atlanta.He PACE SV'TH.COFFEES:
i h : : : Mrs. Burns thin found she had voice.
that order had been the train :
to Y udI
sent -. tfid
,/- citizens will not suffer from want their scope in Florida matters.: But has confided to one of his guards ..- Gas n.r tU a.

. of catfish. \both the census report and the: map: crews to care for the passengers at that in th* course of his bloody career and her screams brought men who
kindly! ended the or.ster'cali"T..
. '* hotel or other convenient place -
will yivn vecon-.e "Vacknumbers. asjf.ve a* one if the greatest counterfeiterin -
.' "PARLOUS" TIMES I All lines these branch Eustis Lake Region.:
telegraph on e
: years f-r each census and two the history of the world, he put to S

r... s. i| years: for each map are too long timeir.tcrva'.s road were down today and official death no less than one thousand people .

That the heroes' are ret all or. th-I < for our fast growing state. here were ur.ahl to say to what extent calmly. deliberately, cold blooded- DOES SLOAN'S LINIMENT HELP. 0
.r the roads had been damaged. : RHEUMATISM
battle field may be seer from thfollowing e ,
: .....".. .,. FLOODS IX WEST FLORIDA described the flood in that territory .
.t t; "l:..t'Z'.w" ;" \ Milt:n, They T':: a* the '.forst i in their exper, "To think I suffered all these A
. ; Tires: he i? believed!: to have committed at years

ati' The Time force has enjoyed twhoi 0 Mr. E. P. Duncan, state bank ex- ience. !least one hundred murders and ins when one 25!; cent bottle of Sloan's

.'\ \ :day; this; week-the srloriou; ...,..;....."..... was at Blountstown or. Julyf Service or. the main line throuer t'.uded among them were his mother, Liniment cured me." writes one grateful -
t<:
t :. Fourth and the stormy f.!:!:. Tb iSth and writing: a friend here made Charlotte to Atlanta was normal to his wife and his" slster-al in o'e uer. If you have rheumatism or

6i' fourth was !lovely and we weN tcxpatriotic ) i j I the following: reference the dam- day. suffer frcm neuralgia: backache, soreness -

. .'.: t,' even think of work an*.1 l'; azir.9 foods that have !lately visited cay."Th>-v have a }hundred murders ar.d stiffness, don't put off gettinga ;

r Wednesday how could one work ar.i it( ir western Flori ,. Eighteen Men Mining. against me on t''d bottle of Sloan's. It will give you

t watch the water creeping, creetin.uctn ;; I "I rave read of oo-is. but you can't CHARLOTTE. N. C., July loEichtetr. r te guard in question "b:; that's r.rtmore such welcome relief. It warms and Best By IveryTest
k of thwind i than one-tenth cf all I killed.According soothes the sore, stiff, painful place
him amid the shriek 2 !
!i \::-fJe the situation until: you have : men. fourteen: contructior I
the blinding curtains of ralrard .1( nddeover a r.a1'cor.'l field in all official: and employees: cf the o therrrail1l'ey I to fa weerda in his en"th and you feel so much better. Buy it

r: the ratt'.e: of our tir.-roof whit, !h:: row boat with the corn tassels! jutstickir and four !linemen of the West ;"= man scent more thin:f. a T.illioic at any drug store, only :!5c. o.ill THE fiORtDAMETAlPRoooasCBMANUF"ACTURE
-, 'f eccKesfelt before he
the wind at every guest threatened troll ; out above:: the water. The ern Union Telegraph Company a re money :
f was cught. He claim! that he now The Strong Withstand the Heat of
back as a scroll. Those wercarious" ? floods have destroyed thousands ofI" missing tonight and are either ma.
Summer
Better Than
..:1'.' IT.*,' times', my f.t'1-1 I ,.....0-," of com alorg the ChattihoochreI rooted in trees: en the C.tawata river .. 'vas'hout.: two million" and dollars has repeatedly worth cf of-i* Old people who are feeble the, and Weak younger METAL

"'.: 'f' stood to our guns until the drip tri]> I Ordinarily: the river is about about twelve mile from Charlotteor people who are weak.will be s strengthened
fered to disclose its location: to theguard
' f x' of the water drove us from our ca3 I, "(,,) yards wide. It is now from five drowned. The! river is ruinsr rap and enabled to go through the depressing CEILINGS :'i..
V the latter would I
r F- a; and six inches of water stood npoiabvut n to seven miles wide." idly. 1mAn were wept into thE[ go. heat of summer by taking regularly *
: : CUIYERTS.SHIN6U5
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The r.aa it is stated was a perfect
Grove's
Tasteless ChillTonic. Itpariae'sand
J half floor While all this was taking: pace in river late when
c ; our space. today the Soothe:::1 1
tatty iac on the subject cf making cosnterfe enriches the blood and builds
- : r :!' Bro. Childerson's floor is. apparent Western Florida this section has hade railway sail lire bridge was washed t money. Every time a person the whole systen. 50c. tp AND OTn R IM

l of level. Why not rais good seasons. We ere: sire- tIETALk
". ly, sadly! out < unusually away. discovered him or suspected him he SHEET ,. .
t tt ::/ the lower half fix inches and drive a i early! Uessed! in this section, anyway. J I. What are said to be the worst foodever :s! would he declared kill that person Drives Out Malaria Builds Up System .tt. -

l., few more nails in the tin roof, ari(I N'o stor-r.s ..f cor.5ouence and 10, known in the Catawaba anl 1' and destroy the body with quick liT.e.Qse Tit 0j Staovlird geseral t trtojtfcenisf tonic BUILOING. .h.
GROVE'S TASTELESS efcCl TONIC dues v 1::
fe; you will not have to desert your g urn oodr.Read. l Broad rivers today has done dainaii e day his mother. his wife aid 1h1ana.ernde.tteIood.aad hands ap the IntI1. cot- MITt y' Jh'J SPeJAL >

:}.i *; the next time the roaring Blackwate r i t till run into hundreds of thousands his sister accidentally made the dis- A true tack. Fcr a ialt aDd ebiMrta. 5c'I\:. tDNta'aLC54ES GuaTF( $ .

'" creeps up to your printery. the: Telegraph-$1.50 year of dollars in the territory withL- cvery and he.says they went the way Read the Telegraph ,JACKSONVILLE fiii
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FRIDAY JULY 21, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE FIVE !!I :i

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Dr. and Mrs. Tomlinson and :Mrs.J. Miss Ida Hicks, of Waldo, is spending F
I I M. Mitchell were visitors to Jacksonville a few days with Miss Hazel Brown i!
the first of the week.

lit Bits of LocalInformation Messrs. Louis H. Hill and J. C. Cone RAILROADr

I Miss Lorena Alvarez visited friends and little son, of Lawtey, were visitors -
II I and relatives in the Wateroak section to Starke Monday

i last week. WAGES i

No 666 will cure Malaria or Bilious

C..n.11b$, 0. ".__t.. fU"'U ... Arrange quick for anything you Fever.. It kill the germs.
r"N.6 Ire AN C.aq .. r..... I want, our time is short. Brown's It

Mr. W. H. Shaller and family, of
Mrs. J. R. Williams, of Citra, is vis- Providence, were visitors to Starke Shall they be determined by

I III. iting :Mrs. F. A. Scott at Kingsleylake Monday ,,? : "it
For Bargains see Brown quick. It | Eggs taken in trade at Sternberg'sMrs. this week.J. .
Master Ruffin and Billy Edwardsare Industrial Warfare or

E. Golphin, of Olustee, was in J. F. Kiekliter spent several C. Barry and Dr. Thomas, of visiting their grandmother, Mrs.

town Wednesday.Col. days at Pablo Beach last week.! Staike Graham Wednesday., were transacting business in M. E. Edwards, of Lawtey. Federal Inquiry ?


C. L. Peek was in Gainesville i -Mr. G. M. Bennett went last: weekto Save money while you can, Brown's.Mr. .

Monday on business. visit relatives in Una
here during the week looking after spending the week at the Kickliter ,
Mrs. T. F. Stark, of Lawtey, was a Mrs. C. P. Tison, of Jacksonville is his property interests.No. .
visitor to Starke Wednesday.Come cottage on Kingsley lake. Do you believe in arbitration or indus; ,
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.

last chance- E. )Ioitt.R. 666 will cure Chills and Fever.It Misses Hilda Lewis and Gladys trial warfare ?

Brown's.tlmorrow'our It is the most speedy remedy we know. Prescott are guests of Misses Kath- The train employes on all the railroadsare "

m, m m S. Humphrey has made a big leen Alvarez at Kingsley lake. voting whether they will give their leaders
I
shipment of spirits and rosin this has .
Mrs. S. M. Wells returned home
E. Knight business
D. was a
visitor Col. to Jacksonville Wednesday. week. after a visit of several months with Special Sale on Ladies' high grade authority to tie up the commerce of.: the

relatives at Wadley, Ga. clippers-$1.49 at Stump's. country to enforce their demands for a 100
Green coffee 20 to 33; cent less
Mrs A. M. Darby and little daughter per million dollar increase.
have returned home after a visit than you can duplicate it. Brown's. Mr. Norman Rouch, of Brooklyn, Little Miss Mabel Edwards, of Law- wage f

with friends in Lake City. N. Y., was a week-end guest at the tey, spent several days this week with The railroads are in the public service-
Mrs. Florida Sessions, of Jackson- home of Mr. N. T. Ritch. her sister, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins.
service. This of is in
ville, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. your army employes
Grand Bargains tomorrowour
Some -
last Jay, Brown's It Walter Turner. Miss May Peek, of Daytona, left The many friends of Dr. J. 0. the public service-your service.
Monday after a visit with her brother Haynes regret to know that he is nowa You for rail transportation 3 billion
Dr. and Mrs. Boyd of Jacksonville, Mesdames A. II. Freeman and L. Col. C. L. Peek and family.Mr. patient at Rogers' Hospital, Jackson- pay
will be the guests of Dr. and Mrs. A. Yates, are spending a fortnight at ville. dollars a year, and 44 cents out of every
Kingsley lake. J. M. Alvarez and family hare
dollar from the
J. P. Tomlinson Sunday.Dr. you goes to employes.
gone; out Magnolia Lodge, their Little Miss Mary,ElIa! Edwards wasa

Jl: P. Tomlinson and son, Laurie, Mr. E. E. Canova asd family have summer cottage at Kingsley lake. recent visitor at the home of Maj. On all the Southern railroads in 1915, seventy-five percent of the

were visitors to Dasher, Ga., Sunday, gone out to Kingsley lake for a and Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Kingsley train employes earned these wages (lowest, highest and average I
returning Sunday night. lengthy star.Special Special Sale on Ladies' high grade lake of all) as shown by the payrolls

slippers-$1.49 at Stump's. Ptunger Frlht Yard. .
Sale on Ladies' high grade A Beautiful Cut Glass Water Set
Sale and
Special on Men's Boy'sPalm
Beach suits at Stump's. slippers-$1.49 at Stump's. Mrs. D. D. Weeks, of LaCrosse, about one-half price. Brown's It Ra.,. A....... R.... A..,... R.al' A..a,.

spent several days here last week Engineers. $19i2 $1455 $115 t
Little Miss Mildred Gill, of Savan- After a pleasant visit here: Mr. with her sister, Miss\ Hattie Wills.J. Mrs. T. S. Williams has bought the 3810 $2306 3505 $1916 2424 $1566

nah, is spending a fortnight with her and Mrs. Carlyle Peek left last Sat- cold drink parlor, corner Call and
aunt, Mrs. Joe Edwards. urc'ay for Chicago. W. Edwards has moved his livery Walnut streets, from Mr. J. P. Rob- Conductors 1552 1847 1353 1580 1055 1245
business from his former Call street inson. eSpecial 2696 2358 li49 f

Miss Susie Darby came over from Miss Stella Gallagher, of Savannah, :. stand to his residence on Cherry street
Gainesville to spend the week-end at is the guest of Mrs. G. C. Livingston. Sale on Men's and Boy's Firemen 9-13 1209 649 979 406 777
Kingsley lake with her parents.W. Mr. M. Leviton has returned from Palm Beach suits at Stump's.Mr. l 1652! 1638 1302
White Canvass Shoes at Brown's Naylor, Ga., where Mrs. Leviton and &
E. Norman and T. F. Gaskins, less than cost. It little daughter, Rose, are visiting relatives and Mrs. S. T. Dell and Mr. and Brakemen 1731 1109 755 958 75-1 990

of the Wateroak section, were among Mrs. Hartfield, of Gainesville, spent 1854 1405
the visitors to Starke Thursday Mr. and Mrs. II, C. Rivchanl! spent Sunday at the Weeks cottage on

las: week at their attractive summer Engineer Tatum and family have Kingsley lake. The average; yearly wage payments to all Southern train em-

GOc. Brooms, 33c, Brown's tomor- cottage at Kingtley lake. moved into the Wills house on South ployes (including those who worked only part of the lear) as
row. It street. Mr. Tatum runs the Wannee George and Don Mozo, who have fchown by the 1915 payrolls were--
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Powell, Mrs branch engine. been visiting their Grandmother.
Rev. II. J. Thomas will preach at C. S. Tison; and John Powell spent C. W. Lidon, returned to Jacksonville Paitenger Freight Yard

Union Chapel school house on the 5th Monday in Jacksonville.Mrs. !Special Sale on Men's\ and Boy's last Tuesday. Engineers. $2144 $1712 $1313

Sunday and Saturday night before. Palm Beach pants at Stump's.The Conductors 1723 14f,8 1157
T. W. Oliver and sons, of Sar- Mrs. C. U. Wilson and children, who a

Miss Susie Davis, of Valdosta, who dis, Ga., have been guests during the work of the Presbyterianmanse had been visiting Captain J. T. Hickey Firemen to 1096 865 688

has been visiting at the home of Mr. week of Mrs. S. L. Hamrick. is going forward. The foun- and family, left Tuesday for Hawthorne Brakemen. 1013 845 868 i
N. T. Ritch, returned home Saturday.Mrs. dation of pressed brick is ready for their home.
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and little daughter the superstructure.Mr. .
A 100 million dollar increase for
J. P. Tomlinson and son, Pitt Hazel, have returned home aftera Big cut on Hanmocks tomorrow at wage
and Mrs. D. E. Knight and :Master te ndays visit to Mrs. Adkins' mother and Mrs. W. N. Murdaugh returned Brown's it men in freight and yard service (less than

. John Powell were guests of Mrs. J. Mrs. M. E. Edwards, of Lawtey.Hal last Friday from i visit to one-fifth of all employes) is equal to a 5, per
:Mrs. Ine Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brooker left ]last
sifter
E. Maines of Lake Butler, Sunday.Mrs. Mrs.\ Murdaugh's > ,
Maines, who has been spend- Bowers, of Brunson, S. C. week for Jacksonville where they intend cent advance in all freight rates.

!l A. Z. Adkins had as her guests ing some time in Starke, a guest of to make their future home. While The managers of the railroads, as trustees '
Hollis Knight and Pitt Tomlinson, returned has returned here they the of his uncle
last Monday her mother, Mrs. M. E. Mrs. William Sapp were guest "
Edwards, of Lawtey, and her sister, to his home in Lake Butler from visiting relatives in Jacksonvilleand Mr.\ M. M. Hudson. Mrs. Brooker was I for the public, have no right to place this

Mrs. U. G. Turner, of Gainesville. Sunday. was accompanied by her granddaughters formerly of Parkersburg, W. Va. burden on the cost of transportation to you t r

Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh has as guests Margaret Elizatoth, a little daughter Green, who, Edna are visiting Liell and Miss Lorena Gladys Bring us your eggs, they are justas without a clear mandate from a public tri-

4 at her Kingsley lake cottage, Miss of Mr. and Mrs. T. X. Kendrick, Alvarez. good as money at Sternberg's. bunal speaking for you.
r Ernestine of Williston and accompanied the family of Mr. Perry
Blitch, The railroads have the settle-
Mrs. Carrie Milligan, of Moultrie, Ga.Special Dover last week, and is visiting relatives Dull times are complained of Special Sale on Men's and Boy's proposed
!ij in North and South Carolina.A throughout the state, but from the Palm Beach suits at Stump's.For ment of this controversy either under the

i Sale Men's and way the freight room of the Starke
on Boy's law
line of Shoes arriving at existing national arbitration or by reference :: e
new the
month Mrs.
Palm Beach pants at Stump's.Mr. depot is filled up with goods and emptied past Harry Wilson ,
Sternberg's.Mr. again in quick succession thereare of Bartow, has entertained a to the Interstate Commerce Commis.

and Mrs. R. P. Daniel and little no dull times here. house party at the Kickliter cottage, sion. This offer has been refused by the e
C. P. Cason has returned home lakE'lrs.
Kingsley Wilson had
daughter, Miriam, and P. L. Gaskins, asher
Esq., all of Jacksonville, spent the from Philadeuphia, where he visited Newn Wainright, who is a clever guests her sisters, Mrs. Camp and employes' representatives. ;
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. II. C. his daughter, Mrs. J. R. Garris. Mrs boy and an artist on the typewriter, children, of White Springs, Mrs.
Richard. Cason, who accompanied him, will remain showed the Telegraph reporter a pic- White and children, of Winter Haven, Shall a nation-wide strike or an

there for two months longer. ture of a file of soldiers neatly printed and Miss Florence Powell, of Jackson- investigation under the Government -

Mrs. Chas. Ensey, who was in Jacksonville Mr. Cason also visited New York City on the typewriter, and subscribedthus ville. This house party broke up last this issue !r Y'r
and other of interest. determine
places
each
last week to meet her husbandhas : "Washington's soldiers march- week and of the ladies mentionedhave
returned and is ing through Ft. Bully." We hadn't returned to their respective
spending some
National Conference Committee of the Rail
Miss Elsa Schneider, of Ocala, is homes. aYI r
time at Kingsley lake with her children. thought Ft. Bully's history was so an- }
" Mr. Ensey is traveling in the a guest of Miss Louise Peek. Miss cient as that, but you never can tell EL1SHA LEE, Chairman. A. S. CRE1C ,...t. 10 Rerilwtyr.
North. Schneider was a member of Starke Bad to Have a Cold Hang On. .R. ALBRIGHT Cfgl Monorar.Atlantic St. Lorn t S.. FraariKV K-ilroai.
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School for several and has ( .1 Liar Railroad. C. W. KOl'.NS: Can-l Haiu-g?.
High years J. M. Alvarez, Joseph E. Wilson, Don't let your cold hang on, rack L W..1 BALD W'IN: C*.'f Vmmagtr.Cratral Atchiwn Toprka A Sa.ia !". Raflw.,.
Sunday was "as a rock in the desert" see her in tarke again. During thea A. E. Wall, S. A. Carter, of Starke, ; your system and become chronic when of Ceorgia Railway.C B. W. IfcMASTEK. c.../Ha..,g.r
host of friends who are pleased to I : L BAHDO, GVI Manap.r. !Ta.tllll| aid tike Erlf Railrnad.H .J/
t after a long period of damp, II. H. Hall, of Hampton, and W. C. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey will help New York>*w Hatra A Hartford Railroad. '
past term Miss Schneider was a mem- demons of the Wftteroak section, you. It heals the inflammation and B. .D. MASER In-rnuOfiH. t
sweltering heat. There was no rain ( E. COAPII4.d. Norfolk Western B>il.a>.
ber of the faculty of the high schoolat were sumoned for jury duty in the soothes the cough and loosens the Sttulhero Kailvaj.g. '
and the breezes cooled the temperature E. "R. JAMES RUSSELL, Co. '!Mjiufrr,
so that taking the air in the open Arcadia. United States court, convening at phlegm. You breathe easier at once. Wabaib cqn R..h..y.c..TMa.ae.r. OciTcr A Rio Crudrttailroad.
Was a pleasure. Jacksonville Monday. Messrs. Alvarez Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey is a laxa- T.E.CROV LEY AUL rUv-Pr.tld.iU, A. M.' 9CH01LR, R.Mld.nt.. n-Prt. .' '7:"
Rub-My-Tism-Antiseptis, Anodyne and Wilson were excused from tive tar syrup, the pine tar balsam New York eitral Railroad.G. PtumijlitniM *aM.
B. EMF HSO/. ...',Managtr, W. L SEJDO4.: ,.t-"d.-
Mrs. John Ritch, Miss Effie Ritch -Kills pain, stops putrefaction. serving and returned home Monday heals the raw spots, loosens the mucous Great :.NortlierB' Hail..,. Seaboard Air LIB.Railway.A. .
and Master Ritch who were afternoon. and prevents irritation of the H. EWINC. c..',ilanagrr, A. 1. STO\E, Yie.-Pruid.ny j #
Johnny Last Friday Col. A. Z. Adkins returned bronchial tubes. Justs get bottle of Pkiladelphia A Reading Railway. Ena Railroad. I.:. '
guests for the past week at the homeof home from a trip to Mobile, + + + + + 'P + + + + + + + + + t Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey today.a It's K. W. GRICE, Aaa ..Pntidtnl, C. S. RAID /'c.P,.., t.wn7 JtrfiMM.
Mr. N. T. Ritch, left Tuesday for Ckeaapeaka *Ohio Railway. Suael Ceitral Liaea.
pant City, where will visit Mrs. Alabama. During Col. Adkins stay + + guaranteed to help you. At drug __ h__ ____
they
Ritch's sister, Mrs.V.. M. Carlton.W. the storm city of wind was and visited rain.by The a terrific rail- :CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING : I gists.___ (1)) I Read the Telegrap>-J1.50 a year. Read the Teleeraph-$1.50 E year.

roads in Alabama and Georgia were + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
E. Wainright has returned to in such bad condition on account of Flg y.y? T W I
Starke after a trip to several South the recent storms that it was with I FOR SALE.-Good horse. D. C. i 4ifl *$lpff#"
Florida points.. After seeing around Jones, Starke. 'i14tf.i i i* a ""-A*- af* <
difficulty/:'ol. Adkins reached home. h mm P* ** Am *A*+ -* V t y < l.Cs /Ak "O
a bit Mr. Wainright reaches the conclusion '

that Bradfocnnty! farmersare Rev. F. B. Johns returned Tuesdayand FOR eight SALE-Comfortable and bath and house o1 t-i.. with
about the 'f r.f'l\le the rooms acre
in
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Mrs. R. S. Johns Wednesday; from
state. lot in Hampton. Reasonable terms. PLUMBING ?
T,.,.err 1CC. where they had been at the Write Mrs. Annie E. Young, Hampton -
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T'::;': -. i 11 i / ( "" a daugh- Fla. 331tf. 1
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MY SUCCESS}Y i ii ilR StCURITi{ t; rn.l"n l : very i'.1!! but are r.vv impm- FOR SALE-House and lot and 2"Tant

I AM grCf KSST; ThM *tat.':-:ent i| i i'Ir.:0 physicians coiAl not htini lots, known as Mrs. L. C. ,. ..a
4 qotrrytda IB .- t-f ",: -'jI.1 i [ th-1 litt'e me.:1': ) wa*; iui-iuntly! Hull's home. Eareain of a lifetimeif
oar, but 1 have as a I' ,.'r' ; an,. tl proivSjijr wor e, when Mr. Jo'i";: T.r'I..w'd >- taken at once. Mrs. Jay S. Bro,:*
fjc'l : bt '
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19uk: and you kt . i .11.1 -i: U I to call IT "Dr. Lord. He antI'u.t'J..or 773t. Plumbing Department will be in charge of
J II.b 6'!.tereJ ,,P ., .. ,.. .. !!! 1r.
for to lone. a per .' I!!i' minister: innituu a prayerLi' '.
.1 r. .r- h t'I 11 E11t I : 't;','.- rot the Turner home, asking 1 How'sThis ? r. Plumber t
Experienced who
u" '" : ,,': !I.CIIt :-';_ ,L: ML! "d'} mercy oa the child and i .on : is a member of the MasterS
... ..... We offer One Hundred Dollars He- 1
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... ,, ,., i ':v ?-:1"I'r answered, for '
T'. ; "".i I ward for any case If Catarrh that cannot I
: ,. .. ..;.. 'J I prtivemeiit lejran forthwith. .lin.. r'. be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. '1 ? Plumbers Association. This
Insurance
is
,. Plumbing for
al S. '.iI",'u'. ,- ">. "hi<. who has bl'l'n'ith her Hall's Catarrh Cure has been taken j you.
I' by catarrh sufferers for the"
'. past | t
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1t will
fer time return ,
daughter! some .,
lhirty-i\c years and has rome i
: mdL'komille T. '.... I ,'I' :,.t.' ..'- :. i home Sunday. known as tl. most reliable remedy fcr I .
81n.. 1:1011: T'1::-' "t Ca.err,1. Hill's! Ca'irrn Cur acts Una '4
RPEf11I. DI9g 1'Fsrrf "" ,:0" I'l lax Fos A Mild Effective Laxative t Uver Tonic the riuo.1 oi. rile :::,:,'\us surfans.-
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Wo 'tF.:::'. antI pellirsr the Poison from, the Blood and De Weft C.
", cERT: "- eulixly freo from l'nftO Does Not Gripe nor Disturb the Stomach. healing t?.e fii*-.is-f' ,,;.r'iors" t Jones
ylr i.u are al'.1.. '". wad i In addition to other properties,Lax-Fos' After you Vrv ",%.(11 Hall's' Catarr
more thal1 y "": '. '1: ';::1 r5. ii contains Cascara in acceptable form, a i Cure fc" a: -.r' r'r. .- .": *. .*' --T tigreat Hardy
tor tts ,. are-, pJnls and Oils. Plumbing and Electric Wiring.J.
Services o ...j. stimulatingorr !:er.eralhealth. }
: frat : ;-. <;: .j.', Catarri. '
.! pr.Geo.L. Dc! e SC4i effectively and does not gripe nor Cure at o"r: .' : .-' .of Cd t !.r-..
?", E. ('11" li, I Dank, disturb stomach. At the same time,it aids Send for terfrKTii; ,'' *:c-
J.lCX80snWj: )\. digestion,arouses the Hrcr and secretions i F. J. CHENTT ACO -ledo, Oho.
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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA e FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1911

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$15 and SIS n'fen Serge S------$1 0.98 $x.00 and"'OOUP.t -date Men's High andLemodeling
Price Low Quarter ShoesRemodeling
Sale Price ___nn_.. u_ $2.89 1
and $5.00 Men's Coats j ji
$4.00
\ Remodeling Sale Price ______n______ $2.79 $3.00 Men's Elk Skin Shoes $1 93 I!
i Remodeling Sale Price _nnnn__. .
t I $.:; and $i 3 Men Tailor Made Pants This Sale will be an event for the people I that
$3.98 $2.00 and $2.50 Work Shces
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Sale Price niri $1.49
Remodeling
1 --- Remodeling Sale ._____m...
will make the Cash Store the for i
I $:.50 and $3.00 len''s Pants Department magnet '
Remodeling Sale Price ___u__.:______ $2.49 $2.00 and $2.50 Sale: Men Price; Work___ShoesRemodeling ___ ______ $1.49
...those who who desire n
; $1.50 Men's PantsRemodeling buyers are thrifty to save :
______ ___ 98c $2.00 Boys' ShoesRemodeling
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,J Sale Price nU $1,6969c 1
Sale P.i'-e: .
from one-third one-half their of
'r I $1.00 and $1.50 Men's Dress ShirtsRemodeling to on purchases Dry -------- h

: Sale Price75c _u ___u_____ 89c Goods Clothing Shoes Etc. It will be a bargain feast $1.50 RemodeliSale Children's Shoes Price ___nu._ .. .--
;; and $1:00 Men's Dress ShirtsRemodeling ,
49c
$1.50 Old Ladies Comforts
Sale Price -------------- $1 .09
i such as you cannot afford to miss. A 15 Days sacRemodeling Sale Price .n.'" ._
Toe ShirtsRemodeling
Pongee ____________ 43c $4.00 and $->.00 Ladles High GraJ-.' .1003
1 j' Sale Price n rifice of Good Goods Shoes and $1.89
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Quality Dry Clothing Remodeling Sale Price ____u_. ___
: ;. 75c Work ShirtsRemodeling
I ___ _________ 43 e $2.00: and $::3.00 Ladies hoes
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! Sale Price n such the I of this section b $1.49 1
I as was never given people e- Remodeling Sale Price _nn_ .__ _n_ ,

SPECIALS fore. Economy demands that you take advantage of f $1.50 Remodeling: and $:!.OO Sale Ladies'Price Shoes'mh._-. ... 98cCHILDREN'S i

t this sale and respond to this announcement. The very
$1.50; and 32.00: Ialdes'; House Dresses l
4 Remodeling Sale Price nnn____ 79c nature of this sale demands your attendance. Our HOSE

I $3; and ?.: White Embroidery____Dresses $1.98 tremendous surplus stock will be sold at unheard of Size ;54 to 7, Black and Tan HoseRemodeling
Remodeling Sale Price nnn--- 7c
Sale Price __ _____. .
I $;).110 Men's Rain CoatsRemodeling
49 Size 7,8 and 9. Black. Only
i Sale Price ------------------a 9c
Remodeling Sale Pt''Ln .

-i I' FLEECE UNDERWEAR{ LOW PRICES 2'R"P.-ni' dihnp.-V Hop n '. : 1 lieMISCELLANEOUS


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$1."o; a 'd *:!.llll' Ladies'; Shirt Waits;;
-. RI'muh''w"ald'jl': .. .. _u_ ___ 97c Be on hand Saturday, July I 22nd, at 7 a. m. Store .

., S'l Rl.'modt'.Ig'.111.t'O an .: *l.-: Lnde.Wai.t Price: -- __z---------: 39c will be closed Thursday and Friday preparing for the -,' t' ) .'n'- heir, 23c ,.

l.t .nrtlelir.g Salv Pi >e ________ __ .. .
e.. !' 7"and, sl.!:H'J Ladies'Sale Price WaistsRemudiiing : nnnnUnnn 23c big event. Come---these prices are for 15 Days only. "';' :t r.J 'il l' ;'"p.e.r! ;: 23c

t. ---. modeling: Sale Price _
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: :'ii.jt Sak- Pine50c .___--____--__-- 43e 1": White. Ilandkeu-hiefs 4c
1U modeling: Sale Price

1. t t I ; Ruined Men'-; .''ii.g Balm-lggan! : Salt: : P1*'..,Underwear, Unhnu 22c BOYS'PANTSLADIES' HATS AND CAPS Aborted Cotton and Silk-Threads 4c

f -_ Remodeling alePnce ..... .__
?::.'J(I a-d ?. 1.<)1 0 Boys' Pants #=1.50 anti .';::ilk :'1"!".'* Hats" '''car.J ?1 LaJjsTea.\pronsEra: !' oidRemodeling :'" d! 19c
SKIRTS Lem'ilelirg I Sale 1 Frk2.00 ..-u--------- 51 198 r. In I.U.1 I.: -g S."e: 1.11't' _._.__________ 98c Sale; Price ._
". : *: a-d ?;:}.Ot: Boy--;; PantsRemodeling .*':,tJO and $1.011 i MeHats: 75e;: and ?! (II) Gents' Ties
. I sT ;:r.ii $'''011 Ladie' Skirt? I Sale! Price _nu____.____ $1.1959c Rt-nv.I. v.;. I"'c.: u__ __________ $1.19 Remodeling: ; Sale Price .-. 39c :,
'".: Remodrlit.g;! Sale Pikv; _--_----__---- S2.39 ?!.i.tJ Boys' PantsRemodeling 7"ami i >:1. ((0 Men's and Boys' Caps2cai.d ;3.:)c and "Oe TiesRemodeling i iIIU !I
I :>4.!i n() anti s..oo' Ladies SkillsRemtikli" : Sale Price ... __ __ _.hUnun___. ______ 43c Sale Price -,_ 14c 1
::. ; : : 1 PriceS $1.49 : Special Price? on all Boys* Suits Iffl 1
? Sale -------------- *:'jIJ : 'd00:' Boys' Suits" Special RuM.er l Sled Tennis SlijpersRemodeling
_.______ __._ 51 .98 47c f
< :. )M aid />!dl'> Ladi-'s* SkirtsRmcdv'irg Renv deling! Sale Price u : Sale Pricv! -- :I
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Sale Price -------un--- 1.50 Union Made 1 I've.ull.Rmodoling : .-
-- .jlk I idif.Supporters LADIES'HATS Sale Pee: __ 93c

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, I Remodeling! Sale Pike: Unnu LADIES' SPECIALS --
' .",tlc ar.d 7"c Ladies'and Gents :?:-J.0; a..d1.O') Ladie HatsRcmodelir.s
Aprons
.t I PemodeunrSalePrice------------------; c riaT.115c l Seller at 74 and _____--___ Ec3ltllll Sale Price _UhUu___ $ 23cLADIES'HOSIERY
:! I yards of Ginghams and Dress Goods Sl.iiO Ladies' Silk Cap

: Remodeling Sale Price __h______ Special Prices Remodeling: Sale Puce hhn________ :,c Ladies Colored Hr :
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'!; FEED SUPPLIES Remodeling Sale Price n______._____ 9c
ROSENBERG'S SPECIAL PRAM FLOUR HIGH( GRADE; GROCERIES 25c: Ladies' HoeHomoJoling .

-.-' Pure Hi::J h Grade I Molasses!: :: Feed 21-1! >elf Rising Flour, Sale Price __:_______ .8G12H. Putrar, Hiirhot Grade npr pound____________ ,Gt.. :_. Sale Price hhuu 19c22c
______ $1 .63 .. -:elf : _______ ,
Per lute round:: : : Rising!; Flour! Sale Price u 141'5lb. l lle Full Grain; Rice Sale Price -unuu_ .G'- 50e and 75c: Ladi1.-' Lisle: and Silk HiseRemodeling
Plain Flour, Sale Price ______________ $3.15; ."t: and Sc Rice. Price5c -------------------1 1
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:. Scratch Per h$1 jtQQ 24-b.! Plain Hour, Sale: 1 Price ______________ 79 : Rice, Sale: I Price per pound! ____________ .04 : Sale Price n .
10 pounds of Navy hears, Lima* or Peas __ .03
& :\1' CANNED GOODS) All kinds of lOc Tobacco, Sale Price .03
i IpxI.'l'n; '.. _____________ _______ $1.89 1 I 2-poun-Js can Tomatoes, Sale Price ____ .03 Rest Grade Salt! Bacon, Sale Price -_-uu----_-- ,16 2 GENTS' HOSIERY
. u 15c Salmon Sale Price _____u_____________ .09 impound Lard Sale! Price 124: and _u___ ,1:;
Pure Wheat Bran We Maxwell House Coffee! Sale Price .50::: (Pur" Lard. Sale Price ___ .14 '<<
::t Per ln to i pounds __________ ___ __ V1 1 .53 "'0><' pound, can bliss Toffee! Sale Price---_-_-n- .?7 Dry Salt Butts. Sale! Price---_---_-__-_h n___ hn____ .12' 1-\1: (' ':.> HosieryRemodtliiig: 9c
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'a ::!tc Green Coffee! Sale Price ________________ .14 'Jri+". Sale I'r'u- (1. no'!' dMeal. I __uunhn-- __ .1?li Sale l Price u __ ____
t Pure Wheat Shorts Carnation and Pet Brand Milk. Sale Price .03 Sale : __
: I'mper p'-ur.d .21
'. $1.63 nhuh. :25e: Men's HoseRemodeling
, Per leu pounds Dime Brand:
Rod
and Cro- _
-- --u h u hh.- ? Condensed Milk, .0? [Lennox Sa.1 ;' \bar .5i) 19c23c
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:1'C;.nt.' ., Be Per 10) founds $2.10 Pea-. Beans.: Catsup.! Yineg-ir! Pickle, Jellitss t,1' gal',in U _____hU__ .22 50c Men's HoseRemodeling
r - --- -u -- ---- : nester Macaroni, per can or bottle__ .(1$ :L'".' and "Oe( Green C'free.ae: Price n_n___ .15 Sale Price U h. n_ .__n -


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I FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. I
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: ORPET NOT GUILTY OF THE EVER SALIVATED BY ONE-THIRD OF ALL PEOPLE INSTATES + + + + + ..pLEGAL+ + + + + + + + + + I ;
FIND ARE
CALOMEL? HORRIBLE! -FOREIGN BORN + NOTICES P HUSBAND RESCUED) j. j

+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I
Figures Compiled by National Geographic REGISTRATION NOTICE.

MURDER OF HIGH SCHOOL GIRL Calomel is Quicksilver and Acts Society Shows Interesting books Hereby for notice the town is given of Stirke that the will registration he cpen..J DESPAIRING WIFE

Facts on Americanism. at my office at the lumber yard of the Quit-
Like Dynamite On ley Lumber & Supply Co. from July 12th to
I ; August 12th. inclusive for the registration of
-: At Waukegan Was Five brought no relief; you brought no Your Liver. WASHINGTON, July 12.-While so electors. C. A. FUTCH

jury medicine; you brought no tendernessno much is being said and written Town Clerk. After Four Years of Di'1coungift. ,
upon --
\ Hours In Arriving At I'II words of love! Why did you the subject of Americanism, the National NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE. Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Care .

; a Verdict come?" Calomel loses: you a day! You know Geographical Society comes I Six months after date hereof on to-wit. the in Husband

_ I I On February 8, Orpet at Madison what calomel is. It's mercury quick forward with some figures concerningour : 14th day of January 1917 I will present my Up Despair.
I I silver. Calomel is dangerous. It vouchers and final account to the HonorableGeo. Came to Rescue.
.left three letters, post-dated February foreign population and their sons A. Gardiner. County Judge of Bradford
: WAS CHARGED WITH THE 9, with his friend, Otto Peterson, crashes into sour bile like dynamite, and daughters that are particularly county. Florida. as administrator of the estate .
cramping and of D. S. Wheeler deceased. and asked to
sickening Calomel
KILLING OF SWEETHEARTThe to be mailed on the latter date. One attacks the you. timely and authoritative. They bringout be dischraped as such administrator.This Catron, Ky.-In an interesting letter
bones
was to his mother, one was to Marion, put into system.and should never be some striking facts concerning the the 14th day of July.. W. MANNING.1916.D. Irom this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock '.:

Case in the Course of its Development and the third to Marion's friend, Jose- When your feel bilious makeup of our national body politic. Administrator of the estate of D. S. Wherler, writes as follows : "I suffered for four ,
you sluggish con-
Became One of Most Per. phine Davis. They were worded to stipated and all knocked out and, believe The society's bulletin on the subjectis deceased. 7llmo years, with womanly troubles, and during

make it appear that the writer was you need a dose of dangerous as follows: NOTICE OF SHERItF'S SALE. this'time, I could only sit up for a little
of
: pIning Annals Crime in Madison on February 9, the day he calomel just remember that your drug- "It is a fact not generally recog- virtue Notice of is that hereby certain men writ that of under execution and issuing by while, and could not walk anywhere at

kept his tryst in the woods with Marion gist sells for 50 cents a large bottleof nized that the foreign population of out of and under the seal of the Circuit all. At times, I would have severe pains

WAUKEGAX, Ill., July lo.-Wil- and she came to her death. Dodson's Liver Tone, which is en- the United States together with sons of Florida.Court in bearing and for date Bradford of the County.:26th day State of [In my left side.

liam H. Orpet, the University of Wisconsin Orpet explained on the stand that tirely vegetable and pleasant to take and daughters of parents one or both June A. D. 1916 in that certain cause therein The doctor was called, and his treatment .

.; student, charged with murder- the alibi letters, as they came to be and is a perfect substitute for calomel.It of constitutes whom are or were of foreign birth a corporation pending where is plaintiff E. Bean and and J.Son W.Company.Poppt'Il relieved me for a while, but I was
a third of the entire
ing Marion Lambert, a high school known, were written so that if by accident is guaranteed to start your liver ulation of the pop Floyd Green M. J. Sapp and V. E. Sapp are soon confined to my bed tgaln. After

girl and his former sweetheart, was he were seen at Forest Lake without stirring you up inside, and a number country."In of states. the peopleof and defendants.for Bradford I S. B.County.Denmark.Florida.as Sheriff have levied of. (that, nothing seemed to Co me any goodjI

guilty! tonight by in and word of the fact reached Marion'sparents can not salivate.Don't upon and shall offer for sale and sell at
found not a jury birth I had gotten so weak I could not stand,
foreign ,
mixed
or foreign
Iionnelly's court after five who objected to him, or his take calomel! It makes you or the south door of the Bradford County CourtHouse
Judge parentage exceed in numbers thoseor in the town of Starke Bradford County and I gave up in despair.
own parents, who expected him to remain sick the next day; it loses you a day's.work. _
hours deliberation.The Florida on the Sevtnth day of \UIlU. t. A.
At last husband bottle oi
native birth and This got m? a
faithful to college duties at Madison Dodson's Liver Tone straightens parentage.; D. 1916. the same being the first :Monday in my
case went to the jury without right and feel condition obtains in Massachusetts, said month. and a legal sa ss day, within thelopal Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I commenced .
from the State to they would accept the letters as you up you great. hours of sale to the highest and Lest
suggestion as where the
pen foreign element by birth or taking It. From Th first
conclusive evidence to the contrary.The Give it to the children because it bidder for cash. all of the right title and interest very
alty. Counsel for the defense said letter to it perfectly harmless and does not parentage is twice as great as the element of the said V. E. Sapp in and to the dose, I could tell it was helping me. I
Josephine to
that Judge: Donnelly's instructions to was corro- of unmixed lineage. That state following described propcrty.to-wit:
walk two miles without its
gripe. can now
borate that to Marion. Josephine testified ((10--172)) Two acres in southeast corner of northwest
I the Jury were tantamount to instructions that she received it. had, in 1910, 1,103,000 people both of quarter of northeast quarter extending tne tiring me, and am doing my work."
never whose acre north and south by two east and
to acquit. parents were born within the acres
On the afternoon of the eighth, ina CENTRAL ASSOCIATION. west and south "vest quarter of north east If you are...all run down from womanly .
I History of the Orpet Case United States, as compared with 2- quarter and east half of northwest Quarter troubles, don't give up in d spair. Try
The case of Marion Lambert and dark overcoat which he said he had 221,000 who were either born abroad and southeast quarter except west iT'i acres.Scetion Cardui, the woman's tonic. U has helped
borrowed to wear with a dress suit toa Program of union meeting to be held 14 Township 6, South of Rxnge 20 than
I William Orpet in the course of its development themselves, or had one or both parents East. Bradford County State of Florida. more a million women, in its W
became one of the most per- party which he expected to attendon at Antioch church on July 28th, 29th born abroad. The above described property levied upon years of wonderful success, and should

plexing in the annals of the criminal the twelfth, carrying the bottle of and 30th, 1916. "The same condition prevails in costs.and being sold to satisfy said execution end surely help you, too. Your druggist hu

history. Motive paralled motive, action molasses and water in his pocket, andcaving Friday, 10 a. m., Prayer service- Rhode Island. That state has a pop- S. B. DENMVIK: sold will Cardui do. Ask for years.him. He He knows will recommend whatit -

i behind him the alibi letters Jasper Harris. ulation of 159,821 of native ancestry Sheriff. Bradford Cour.ty. Fla.
paralled action, opportunity par- A. V. LONG & E. .1. JOHNS. it. Begin taking Cardui today.
ailed opportunity until the marks of and a bed rumpled to deceive his landlady 11 a. m., Introductory sermonG.W. against 372,671 of foreign birth or Attorneys for Plaintiff.rlt:
the student proceeded of S. Ware. WriU to: Chattanooga MtJl n. Co.. Udl'"
murder and of suicide became sub- by way lineage."In LEGAL NOTICE. Advisory Dept.. Chattanooca.. T tlD.. for SfKtiiiIiutructioni
stantially as one. Milwaukee, where he spent a half houror 12 m.-Refreshments on the ground Connecticut we find a pojmla-} The County Assessor of Taxes for Bradford on your"casa and.M.-page book. Hwn!*

In the end the guilt or innocence of so between trains, to Lake Forest. 1:30 p. m., Enrolling messengers. tion of native ancestry aggregating county Florida. shall meet with the board of treatment far Wom a. Mat In m wrapper Eb6-l I

the defendant, so far as the adductionof Arriving there he arrainged by tele- 2:00 p. m., Query: Why are Orthodox -. 395,000, and of foreign birth or ancestry clerk's county office commissioners in said county for said on the county 24th at day the of -- ------- I

actual fact was concerned, went to phone to meet Marion on her way to Baptists called Selfish? aggregating 703,000."In July A. D. 1916 at 10 o'clock a. m.. and
3:00 p. m., Reports from each may continue in session from day to day for Vour BackIf
school the next morning, walking New York there is a population Money
the jury on the mystifying niceties of one week or as long as shall be necessary,
and about for awhile to make certain that church. of native ancestry reaching a total for the purpose of hearing complaints and receiving Not Benefited
chemical analysis Orpet's own
The his parents had retired, and entered 7:30 p. m., preaching. of 3,230,000. Against this thereis testimony as to the value of any
compromising conduct. mystery property real or personal as fixed by the
attracted unusual interest in all partsof the; McCormick garage, where he spent Saturday, 9:30 a. m., Prayer and a population of foreign birth or county assessor of taxes and of perfecting We GuaranteeFor
the devotional services. foreign mixed amountingto reviewing and equalizing the assessments for
ancestry
night on a cot. or
the United States and Canada. the tax A. D. 1H6.
year
10 F. B. M. A. A.-G. W. S.
a. m.,
Trial the including selectionof In the morning he and Marion met 5,715,000. Given this 6th day of July. A. D. 1916.N. .
of
case I Ware and T. P. Register. .
"The balance in favor of the D. WAINWRIGHT.
and walked through the snow into the population
a jury occupied the better part of I 11 a. m.-Sermon. County Assessor of Taxes.
months. There in evidence woods. Orpet testified that there was of foreign birth or foreign ancestry J. B. CREWS.
two appeared -
12 m., Refreshments. in whole in in Newfersey Chairman. Board of County Commissioners.
little conversation and he could recol- : or part,
forty-four letters written by Or- 1:30 m., Menace of Blind TigerW. Bradford County. Florida. 7-7-31.
p. is 425,000:!; the population of
lect only the purport of it. lIe offered
to Marion over a period of a : -
pet year; II. Harrell.
native amounting to BILL FOR DIVORCE.In .
ancestry 1,010-
her the "medicine" and she refused it.
bottles and boxes containing samplesof 2:00 p. m., Our denominational Circuit Court -th Judicial Circuit of
000 as against 1,435,000) in the case. Sick WomenIf
cyanide from the McCormick estate lie started to leave but she called him Progress. Florida Bradford county.
of the foreign element. lora Jones I
asked if he _
Stack and
going to
was
the Peerfield High School
from :15 p. m., Question box. "Illinois also falls in the list of vs I
laboratory, from Kraft's drug store at write to her anymore. lie said there 7:30 p. m., Sermon, PredestinationW. states where the population of full Tope Jonts I I you are suffering: from wo-

Lake Forest and white powder scraped seemed to be no use of it and started .- L. Overstroet. native stock is smaller than that of Notice to Appear Bill for Divorce men's peculiar ills, we know this

from Marion's hand and from spotson away again.'Something. Sunday, 9:30 a. m., Sunday school foreign birth or foreign or partly The State or Florid to Pope Jones. Greeting I because medicine it will has bring helped YOU thousandsof relief
made look :
her cloak; the girl's garments; a me around-I', mass meeting. foreign ancestry. Its population of It having been shown ly affidavit that the other women for mire than :30

magazine article dealing with-"he use I[ don't know what-and I : I 11 a. m., Missionary meeting. native lineage amounts to 2600000. Defendant Tope Jones is a nen-resiilent of the years. Its value has (been proven,

of fumigator in lying on the snow," related the Everybody come prepared to discuss State of Florida ami that the resilience of and that is dealer
cyanide as a greenhouses dC'-1 I Against this there is a population of said defendant is at \Vaycnx-s. Cmrjria. that why thf- back
; the chemistry text books used:: fendant on the stand. "I I subjects. We will make it a pleasurefor foreign birth and ancestry of 2,925-;; there i ill no person residing in this State of ed by our own guarantee; will!

respectively by the high school girl kneeled over her for maybe a you.STORY. Florida! the service of a subpoena upon whom positively refund your money if
000, a difference of 321,000. would bind said defendant and that said defendant
I[ noticed the moist in the lines are not benefited by the
you very
of the powder
and the college student, a copy "Michigan also falls in this class, is over the ace of twenty-one years.
of her hand. Her It is therefore ordered considered! and a.I- first bottle.
glazed.
Wisconsin statute dealing with the eyes were TOLD BI>>ECILI.RKS of
with 1,560,000 wholly or partly
judged that the said defendant Pope Jones do
sale of poisons, and a bottle of molasses Then a kind of a fog came on my brain foreign birth or ancestry as compared nnpear, to the Complainant's Bill of ('om-I TRY IT! THAT IS Alt WE ASK.

and water. and I don't remember much after that with of native plaint herein on or before the Uth day of $1 at Dealers'. See them today.
Reliable information reached the office 1,22-1,000 pure August A. D. 1916. in default whereof a lie-, your
Five chemists all of whom were except that on reaching the road I ,
spe- ineage. cree pro confesso will be entered aaint the THACHER MEDICINE! CO.
of the Democrat last week that ,
cialists in toxicology J one alienist, threw away the "medicine" and made "Minnesota has nearly three timesas said Pope Jones. :
of the ballots, counted the second It is further ordered that this notice lIe Chattanooga.10.nn..iIo .
two surveyors, druggists:: street car my way on foot to Highland Park, many many people born abroad, or with imld'fched in the Bradford County Telegraph. '

men, an undertaker, school teacher, caught a train and that evening arrived time in Madison county under the one or both parents of foreign birth, a newspaper published at Starke, in Pradfnrd ,;,..
Knott mandamus County Florida. once each week for fi\e consecutive -
proceedings, were
police officers, reporters and friendsof back to Madison. I as she has sons and daughters of weeks.

the Orpets and Lamberts were Marion was missed that night and palpably a fraud, because the first and native stock. Her population of for IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereuntoset .!.i. !. !. !.i. !. .;
of witnesses her body found next morning. Or- second choice votes on them Were totals my hand and affixed the seal of our Circuit :
among the long array eigners and their children 1- Court on this the 10th day of July A. D. ..,
who testified. pet was arrested and told numerous marked with different pencils. 483,000 as compared with 575,000 for 191C. (

fealph \V. Dady, State's attorney of conflicting stories prior to the trial, Now comes a prominent citizen of the native element. (Seal) \V. WEEKS. Clerk. M. R. Davis ;t

Lake county; David R. Josylin, State's these being used against him at the that county who witnessed the second "Montana has 199,000 people of I 7-14-ot. j <.>

attorney of Mellenry county, and E. trial. During his cross-examination, count and makes affidavit that the different I foreign birth and foreign -or mixed SALE. .

N. Runyanl appeared as consul for which lasted three days, he repeatedlytook markings were plain and distinct ancestry, as against IG .OOO of native Thirty NOTICE days after OF GUARDIAN date hereof to-wit the .: & Company |:

the prosecution, and James II. Wilkerson refuge in "I don't remember." lIe and evidently made at different ancestry. Wyoming gets into the 31st day of July. 1916, I. the undersigned as 4' +

former United States district attorney spoke in a low voice, with apparently periods. same column by about the same pro- guardian. Wiggins for, minor Annie heirs L. Wiggins of R. H.and Wiggins FranleieG. +

at Chicago. Ralph F. Potter, studied effort, but nevertheless became The contestees would have the public portion. The state Washington leeeased! will apply to the Honorable Geo. A. INSURANC E

his law partner, and Leslie P. Hanna! involved at times and extricated him- I believe that when the voters went has 399,000 more of the foreign than Gardiner Florida at County his office Judge in of Starke Bradford, Florida County for 5: !

of Waukegan, for the defense. More self by "correcting my previous testi:: into the booth they marked all their of the native element, while California an order to sell at private sale the one-third t

than a thousand venire men were examined mony." His manner was nervous and first and second choice with one pen practically breaks even. undivided interest each of Annie Wiggins
,
and Frankie G. Wiggns minor as aforjeaid.in :
before the jury, said by coun- he rarely looked at his inquisitor, At- cil but when they,, came to the officeof "Taking the statistics of the nne and to the following described land to-wit: | Starke, :-: Florida f

sel upon its selection, to be above the torney Joslyn. governor they picked up another population twenty-one years of age Lots one and two in bloc ktwo in town of (.)
Florida. mapped
average in intelligence and characterwas Early in the case the State flevel- pencil to record their second choice and upward for the entire country, it and Lawtey platted Bradford on the cuonty public records as of Brad .! .!. ..! .!.!. $.. .. .;.

chosen. Judge Charles II. Don- oped the theory that Orpet purchaseda vote only. is found that only 48.9 per cent of ford county less. Florida containing one acre : --il\
more or
nelly, presided.The two-ounce bottle of cyanide from Oh, there are many ways of gettinga them are of straight, white native an- June 30th. 1916.

series of parallels started at Charles Hassinger, a friend employedin nomination.Tallahassee Democrat C9S r)'. The negro element adds 9.1 MRS. FRANCIES WIGGINS Full Supply of
Guardian of Annie L Witreiiui
Lake Forest, one of a series of aristo- a drug store at Madison, obtained perecent to this, and the remainder, and Frankie G. Wiggins minor r

cratic suburbs dotting the heavily cyanide of potassium from alleged We have a house refrigerator, cots, 41.3 per cent is represented by the 6-30-51. heirs of R. H. Wiggins deceased. COFFINS AND CASKETSAll

wooded bluffs along the west shore of men of foreign birth or the sons of I
supply in the greenhouse on the McCormick lounge, sewing machine, china closet, f

Lake Michigan from Chicago to Wau- estate and made a solutionof heating stoves. gasoline!: stove at bar- foreign or mixed parentage. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Sizes and Qualities
the different states, we Serial No. 0116 9. e part men t of the Interior
kegan, for Frank Lambers, father of it before retiring to bed in the gar- gain prices. See us at the store.- "Taking U. S. Land Office at Gainesville Fla. Hand
Marion of the find some striking statictics. In the June 24 1916. Always on
was superintendent It was charged that he either Brown's.ide .
age. birth for- Notice is hereby given that Frank Murphy
proportion of foreign or -
Edward 0.
Kuppenshire estate and
forced Marion to take it or deceived of Sampson City. Florida. who. on April 24.
Orpet, father of the defendant, superintendent her with the explanation that it was of potassium found in her stomach, eign or mixed anctfctry to native 1913. made Homestead entry. No. 011679 for PRICES REASONABLE
the men of twenty-one Northeast quarter, Section :14. Township 6,
both at Lake Forest. medicine.The Marion would have had to eaten two among years -
South. Range 20 East. Tallhassee Meridian.
Last summer young Orpet, then a pounds of the substance of the green- and upward, North Dakota takes lirrt has filed notice of intention to make Three
State was unable to persuadeany rank the states with 79.9 per Year Proof to establish claim to the lane J.C.CONE
of have among
pallid, slender youth of nineteen, house, or to drank two quarts ofa :
witness to come from Wisconsinand cent belonging to the former class.! above described. before Clerk of Circuit Court, Lawtey, :-: rlorida I
sharply regular features, somewhatvain solution made from it, it was admitted at Starke. Florida. on the 10th day of August -
repeatedly hinted that a sinister Minnesota ranks next with 78 percent
of his college opportunities and generally that this substance as 1916.Claimant
influence of the defense was at the and Wisconsin third with 77.7 names as witnesses: -- -
undisciplined as to character, returned the instrument of death had disap- G. W. Andrews of New River Florida.
bottom of it. Hassinger wanted with You all the
from the University of Wisconsin at peared from the case. per cent. Prince Matthews. of'New River Florida. get important national,
reference to the bottle, was among "Approximately two-thirds of the William Edwards. of New. River Florida. state, county news in the TeI(' raph. '
Madison for vacation at home. lie The fact that Orpet might
a young C. A. Smith. of Sampson City. Florida. -.
those who declined to and Rhode Island -- -
Massachusetts
testify, no in ,
fell madly in love with Marion, accord- have obtained the greenhouse cyanidehad men 6306t. ROBERT W. DAVIS. and N'i of N\V,. and N'_ of SWI i ,,f MVH
for and Utah
bottle other container the poison Connecticut New York are Registrar.MASTERS .
or
ing to his letters.:: She had completedher I its parallel in the laboratory of an.1 SI.., of SE' of S\\'I t-t Section U ; ALL
was even found. Otto Peterson like- eons or grandsons of foreign lands. SALE IS TOWNSHIP 7, SOUTH OF R\:\GE 21
junior at the Deerfield High the Deerfield High School attended ty
year EAST.
School and was then seventeen and I wise became a persistent absenter, despite Marion. The instrument of murder I In New Jersey, Illinois Michigan, Notice is hereby given that under and by X'i of NW,. and SW:, of NW'',. andSW' -
the need of his testimony regarding South Dakota and Montana the pro- virtue of a certain final decree of foreclosure of Section 6 ; TownOip= 7. SOl TH OF
"known for her gaiety and laughter- and the instrument of suicide were made and rendered the 3rd day of July. A. KANT.K: 22 EAST.Containing .
the alibi letters having from 61 cent to
and as portion ranges per D. 1916 by the judge of the circuit ot
court !
the witness
life of the party, as one equally available. The laboratory four thousand'(4.000)) aen*. moreor
to the latter 57 cent while in Nebraska, Nevada the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida in
seen Orpet, according per l I."s. Terms cash, imrcKvfr. payinir for ti .
put it.When the molasses substance was 97 per cent pure cyanide Washington and California i its chancery. in favor of Comer L. Peek and tle. j
concoct and water. ,
Chas. A. Smith complainants, I-
and
Orpi-t returned to college of potassium. Marion, on the at.-ain.-t A. V. LOX ;.

in the fall of 1913; frequent letters Dr. Ralph W. Webster and Dr. W. J. day before, her death, was alone in the slightly"In Utah more it falls than to half.48.9 per cent in Bradford. defendants County,Development the undersigned Co.. a will corporation offer- "-"-St. ; Spocial Master.MASTER'S

McXally, chemists, testified for the for sale in front of the --- -- -
were exchanged. Orpet destroyingher's laboratory out of hours in violation ofa court honse door in
Wyoming to 45.9 per cent. in Missouri i Starke. Bradford HnE.Sot .
County. Florida. thlegal
State that Marion dieiK of liquid during J
she saved! his remained .. cyanide
and they school rule.The .
; to 29.7 per cent, in Kansas to hours of sale on Monday, the 7th day ice is hereby given tht nmler and kjr
after her death to speak" of the great of potassium and that the spotson parallel of knowledge of cyanide 40.4 I of Auirust, ,\. D. 1916. to the highest and: virtue of a final decree of foreclose. made 4
her coat left of the :30.8 per cent, and in Oregon to U"-t bidder for cash the following described and entered in certain
fear of her. were by drops a cajj-e pending in the
exposure that came upon did not run so straight. Orpet, cent." lands s.tuated in Bradford county, Florida. to- Circuit Court of Florida. ..f Bradford County.on .
Orpet, in testifying, said that he was solution. Three defense chemists testified according to his testimony, had not I per I wit: I the Chancery iide of aid court. wh r in

certain that these fears were groundless. that the poison:: was taken in looked at chemistry book for two i Lots 3 and 4. or fractional NW'i (except The American Trust Company a eoriK>ra'ion. 4
a sills WILL FOUND TATTOED ON 10 acres on Ea..t side of Lot 3i, and lots ;Sand Administrator; of the esta'f of G. F. Mar il.
Once he mailed her a bottle of powder form and that- the importantand years, while Marion's next lesson I 6 or fractional S1of. section 23; : Lots lie is complainant anj {:. V/ Johns ami his

toobsses and water "to ease her mind' accusatory cyanide in the greenhouse which she preparing included the BACK 1. :i, :S.., and 4. or fractional S1-. and E1of wife, Alter Johns art dd.J'lants. th undir-
was :E:4 f section 26; Lots 1. 3, and for frae- signed as Special Master will sM l. f..ntie
and he brought a similar" compoundwith was not cyanide of potassiumat subject of cyanide of potassium. Or- i I tiunal SW'i and E'i of SE', of section 27 : court house door of Bradford County. Florida.

him for the same purpose whenhe all, but cyanide of sodium, with pet. however, knew of its use in the An ingenious and lasting methnd of j I I.nts :3 and 4. or SE1} and Eli! of SWiJ, and on :Monday. August 7th, 19!*. between tiu11.'-
faint and filing will revealed -| PW'I. of NW, of SYVH of section 29 Lots gal hours of sale to tie tytW and !<...! t ',1.
of Dr. executing
only trace potassium. I a was ]
entered woods Forest a .
Helm's near greenhouse as a fumigator, and had I 1 or EL. of SE'.. section 32: Lots 1. 2 and der for cash the following described real
Lake, with her, on the morning of McXally having made further experi- I read an article on its use in horticul- at Pittsburtf, Pai, recently< j I S'- of Lot 3. and EU of NW', and SW1.of situated and bei.ig Jn Bradford c<. .EState 'y-
Wednesday ments, voluntarily appeared for the when Dr. Shildocker, Coroner's physician -j j \\\1. and SW 4 of SWJ of section 33 : described as follows to-wit
February 9, last. ture. i It..- 1. :'. 3, and 4. or all of fractional section Southwest quarter (f the southeastand
Orpet testified that he made the defense" and corrected his previous found the last testament of I :!tc : Lots 1. :3. 4. 5. 6. 7. and H. or fractional the southeast quarter .,. the .."It qIi'tcr! west
trip to testimony with that of the Ballantyne HoO'f. who was |j NW,. and NU of NE'i. and fractional S>'.! quarter of Section Fifteen and the r..rth..ti't
allay her fears and to explain to agree George
Clear Skin Comes From Within.It i of section :.B: .\Lf.TOW .SHlP 6 SOUTH quarter of the north.-ast quarter of Swtion
a ttory which had reached Marion defense. and Dr. Webster:: recalled by is foolish to think !shot and fatally injured by robbers, OF RANGE 21 EAST. T 'enty-two.l..*!! in TownBhia, ; Six. South of .
, that he was engaged! to Celestia You- the State, did so in reply to a hypothetical you can gain a tattoed on his back. The will which |j Lots 1. 2. 3. 4. o, and 6. or all of fractional Range 20 East; containing ,one hund-ed and
good clear complexion by the use of sl'<'t.on 1 : Lots 1, 2. 3. 4. and 5, and SEH twenty acres more or lees :. to.therith r.:1!l
ker, but the elaborate efforts which question on crossexamination.t face powder. Get at the root of the was surrounded by beautiful scroll or all of fractional section 2 : Lots 1 and 2. and singular the tenemen's. -hereditamtnr

! t* roa5eo Keep the secret and N\as shovrjfvittfvQT 'vthout contradiction -. ark, read: "-\21 earthly posse.- nr fractional E'i and Lot 4. or the W'J offrcliMMtl appurtenances thereto beluhginz or 4 any
trip my ,
.
.
tTDDle ". .
nr.nTugn J l' an>ene **c \"tM\ C>( frtl\"X tettvoti ", \ \\\\\'&. cr' -
nls.subsequent conflicting statements by every chemist who hada system with a treatment of Dr. King's I sinus) I bequeath to my beloved{ mother. ,,4 'esceM lots sold (it town plat of Sampson Ties &bo.elta rty ....Ut'solj'; to,ut aCT

; ?f it to officers of the law developed hard in the examination Marion's:\ New Life Pills. Gentle and mild in ." I parcel Ci'y. and of the land\VU described of N\V't in deed of SW'i recorded and in a the cash final purchaser decree in 8ytfo'r above cas4.TtW i.l\OSts 1,ruts

i 1I1to.the most damaging evidenceagain stomcch content that cyanide of potas- action, do not gripe, yet they relieve I At first! it was thought that Hood I, bock 4. page 54S. of the Public Records of EVJ-.Rrrt.Jf.: JOHNS. -

t him. It led to the menacing sium caused her death. Only an inconsequent the l liver by their action on the bowels. I had died intestate. After the body I RTiford; of SWl county. Florida. aid that part ofNi4 Specal: ZUter. in CUncery.
I lying north of canal! and that A. V. LONG ?-<
t question of Mr. Joslyn, reiterated trace of sodium appeared. Good for young, adults and aged. Go : had been taken to the morgue! Dr. pn-t of NW'4 of XE'i lying north of canal : Solicitor for Complainant. 7-7-Et.

; agaIn and again-"Why ? Why ? When :it was shown in addition that after a clear complexion today. :2oc; at : Schildecker, in performing a postmortem I 1 N''r'''. of NE'4 of SW'. and SW of NE' of
of Section 5 : NE'i of NE 4 of Sect on
! Why? Why did you! come.? \:011 to have taken jn the amount: of cyan- your druggist. ((1)) examination, found the will. 11 N's of NE'. and NjJ! of SW'4 of NE'i Read the Telegraph. .


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-rounty News Items School Supt. and Mrs. W. II. Biggs, :Mrs. 0. M. Kelley, of Bartow, is'I :

of Green Cove Springs spent Saturdayand visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Sunday with relatives in Lawtey.Mr. F. P. Odom. She was accompaniedby

: and" :Mrs. J. B. Dye and little \ her children. I
Interesting Facts Gathered During the Week by Our !
J. B. Jr., of Jacksonville, are visitors Miss Mattie Moung, of Reidsville,

Regular Correspondents. this week at the home of :\11'. and Mrs. Ga., visiting her brother, Mr. P. B.
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A, M. Blanchard.Mrs. Moung and family. ;

----- : H. C. Peace and little daugh- Miss Lyma Flynn, of Trenton, Fla., '

., ,.. ., ,., ... , ters, Virginia and Betticy returned was the guest of :Miss Marguerite j
,j ; .ci\v <> '';''w' <_*> <_> v ;_ ;_ + <$> 0 0 0 \ QH
G home Tuesday from Anthony, after Duncan this week 4
spending sevral weeks with relatives.Mr. Mr. H. F. Preesten, of Bartow, was I
l *'> HAMPTON.: ( l lI *> IIIGHLA D.Ii ,
: Arthur Pearce returned home here last Sunday visiting his family. I
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("... ". ..',. .'0 ._., ."., ., .'_., j v.> .,.' .._ <0.. ,..' ro, ', !> .** 44',00004,4,00A0 Saturday from Gainesville, where he :Mrs Passavant, of Brooker, was We have added to our estab.m
I has been employed the America the of :Mrs. D. W. Pinholster
by guest
: : :Mrs. L. S. Carter and daughter, I I
visited\ in Starke Refrigerator Co., for set{'ral weeks. last week. Ilishment
> :< Miss Rosa, were shopping the services of Mr.
B.
who is
,
Pinholster
He will remain here during thesummer :Miss Loumanda
Mrs. Cameron and son, of Starke, Wednesday.Mrs.
but will enter the music at Providence, spent ,
season com- teaching
were visitors here Sunday. : D. L. Rigby was a visitor total'ke I
" was'a pany's employ in the fall. te week end with her parents here. M. Tomberlin of Jacksonville
Miss Fannie :Miley, of Milton, Thursday. ,
Mrs. James Sheppard and three lit- Mr. M. X. Strickland and wife, of ,
visitor here Tuesday. i :Mr. G. E. Wilkerson, Jr., made a
tle daughters left few for Alachua drove over in their Ford Sunday 0 Plumber and
W. F. Nickels left Tuesday for business trip to Starke Tuesday. I a days ago I an experienced will be
Mrs.
Philadelphia where he will spend theummel' .Mrs. G. II. Packer returned to her I Ellijay, Ga., where they will spend a afternoon, accompanied \by

with relatives. home in Jacksonville Thursday after'; few weeks with relatives.Mr. :Mott, of Santa Fe. I pleased to give estimates on your requirements
j 11. C. Peace spent Sunday with Misses; Robert and Enjilie Outlaw, +
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Smith, of Jacksonville a few days visit with friends here.
relatives in Anthony.Mrs. of Cecil Ga., are the guest of their in that line.eJ .
home \ Mrs. !
She accompanied by
visited Mrs Smith's parents, was: I
:M. E. Edwards was a visitorto sister, :Mrs A. R. Ware. @
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Durden, of this II. C. Wimberly.A and Marshall
Starke Monday. Mr. C. II. Driggers

I place Sunday. II II | few of the Seaboard employees I Miss Rosa Hall, of Starke, is spending .1. L'. Chancey visited Jacksonville this ,
Miss Linnie Hutcheson left Sunday and families who took advantage of
I a few days with relatives here week.
for Courtenay, where she will spend the picnic at Silver Springs Saturday, |I this week. :Mr..1. E. Harper, of Gainesville,
the summer with her sister, Mrs. E. R. were :Mr. and :Mrs. I). L. RI : last Wed- i
b11"1 here
I Mr. James Goodwin returned home was visiting his family
and :Mrs. Louis Marc and ,
Dyal. I, last Thursday from Atlanta, Ga., nesday.Mr. 1 > 4
:Miss! Iva Cameron of Micanopy, attended Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and :Misses Beth
I where he spent several weeks with rel- : T. P. Register took a trip to St.
services at the Christian and Winifield Wimberly. They all report week.
Petersburg this
Church here Sunday evening.Ve a fine time with plenty to eat. tives.Mr.. O. L. Thomas was business\ I Mr. Frances Edwards, who has been Lumber & Co.
\ it that :Mr. (I. W. I Quigley Supply
regret report Rev. James Strickland of Welborn, visitor to Starke Saturday:: spending some time with relatives # 0

t llinson is sneering with a carbuncle, filled his regular monthly appoint- :Mr. I.. II. Hill was transacting business and friends here, returned to his homein *

that has disabled\ him for the present.A ment at the Highland Baptist Church i I in Starke Monday.Mr. Ellington, Fla., Tuesday.; j "The Happy Home Builders ;

..' number' of young people spent Saturday and Sunday.Mr. I : Curtis :Muse, of Sanford, is Our Postmistress, Mrs. Sarah 0

last Sunday in .Alachua county, andJ''pN.t : and Mrs. J. 0. )McCormick of spending a few days with relatives in lass, spent Tuesday in DOUg-I

a most pleasant day. Waldo'sthird Wateroak were visiting: relatives here I and near Lawtey. Mrs. A. R. Ware and daughter, I leI: ( l r I T 1 (i JU i

The ball game Monday, Sunday. :Miss Beatrice Futch, of Jacksonvilleis in, also Misses Robert and Emilie Out- 1

nine V>. Hompton's third nine, :Misses Beth Wimberly, Ethel Ricks, ; visiting relatives in and near Law- law, spent Tuesday at Worthington.Mr. .-- t

was an unusually interesting game.It Winifield Wimberly and Messrs. D. L. I tey this week. C. D. May nnd family, of New- .'J

resulted V. Jones in was favor a of visitor Hampton.J. to .Jacksonville Rigby and G. E. Wilkinson composed j :Mesrs. II. B. Bennett, Jr., and Rob berry, passed through our city Wednesday @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ :\

a jolly crowd that motored to Starke ert Blanchard were visitors to :Middle- enroute to the Beach.

Tuesday.Rev. Friday night to the movies. i i burg last Sunday.Mr. Mrs.V.. II. Shaper, of Providence, @ @

I B. L. Adams returned Monday Mr. Maxwell Wimberly, of Green I Isaac Sterling was in tarke and Miss Celia Dees, of Gainesville, PRINTING

from Grace Creek where he conducted Cove Springs, is spending a few days i Monday on business. were the guest ef their niece, Mrs @ JOB @
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church.
the
services Sunday at Baptist with his parents here, :Mr. and Mrs. Prof. M. M. Fryer was a business J. E. Mains, this week. .

Mrs. Ida Swilley and family passed H. C. Wimberly. i iI visitor to tarke Tuesday. Mrs. D. Knight, of Starke, was the @ @

through here Tuesday enroute to Mr. 11. C. Wimberly, Jr., returned Mrs E. D. Sayles left Tuesday for guest of Mrs. J. E. Maines Sunday.Dr. ,

their home in Tampa. I Saturday from a three weeks visit f 'ablo Beach where she will remain J. P. Tomlinson, who has been @ @

Dr. W. E. Middleton made a hur- with relatives Madison.. sevral weeks enjoying the ocean visiting his mother in Dasher, Ga.,

t ried trip to Georgia on last Friday, to I I breeze. passed through our city Sunday en- @ @

i be present at the funeral of his brother t.i. 4,4,4,4,4,4,4,4 4.4.0K Little Miss Beula Futch invited a route to his home in Starke. Mrs,

The Doctor has the sympathy of 0 I II j I number of her little friends and playmates Tomlinson, who had been visiting Mrs. @ 71: Neatly and Artistically (@) ,

the entire community in his bereave- I ;, RAIFORD. 0 :{I I to her home last Monday afternoon Maines here, accompanied him home. @ T \ Done--Give Usa Trial! @ ,

ment. 4 0 from four to six o'clock. The Pitt Tomlinson and John Powell,

Mrs. Pr. E. R. Marshburn, of Crest- $ occasion being the little hostess' 9th of Starke, were guests of their little @ J4

\'iew.'isited her sister, Mrs. A. A. The little son of Owen Coff had the birthday and a very pleasant two friends, J. E. and Hal Maines, this @I

i Futch Monday. j misfortune to break his right arm Satarday. hours were spent in games, etc. Lem- week. @ % L
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... ; r' onade and cake were served as re- Dr. Taylor of Live Oak, state @I
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, 1 Mr. M. W. :Mann and family spent freshments.Mr. health department, passed throughour @

> Saturday in Jacksonville. | Charles Dinkins was transacting city Tuesday enroute to Jackson-

,.. -1 I LITTLE SPRINGS Col. A. Z. Adkins was a visitor in business in Starke last Thursday. ville. @ 1Bruifurh ffinmtlg! ) i!rlr9rttpq Q ,

,.. Raiford( Monday. i :MessrsJesse Reddish and R. K. Dr. and :Mis. W. S. York of Perry, .
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'. Miss Anna Maude lIen r l'ks is visiting Davis were visitors to Starke last have announced the arrival of a little @ @


,r: folks Worthington Quite attended a crowd last preaching Saturday of Little services and Springs Sunday at- The her sympathy aunt, Mrs.of the R. II.community Weaver. is Week.Mr. Henry Burney spent several daysin girl A this little week.son was born to Rev. and @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ E

extended to :Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Griffis; White Springs last week. :Mrs. L. A. Rawls last Friday. Mother
night. __ __ ,__ ,
in the loss of their little\ daughter u
The revival services which have been and child doing well.
Miss: Carrie Sloan, of :Mascotte,
Sunday. going on for the past three weeks at Mr. W. II. Shaller and daughter, o ClO' ::: t tU
Fla., is visiting with her brother-in-
J B. Z. Matthews is drilling a deep the :Methodist Church, closed Sunday Miss May, passed through here Tues- ;
j law and sister Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
well for a new mill on New Ricer this evening. Several new members were day enroute to Starke. 0 PHOSLIMEIODO
1 Howard of Dukes .
week taken in.That Miss Mollie Thomas, the popular
:Mr. of New River is
Grady Kelley, :Mrs. J. H. Stone, Dr. L'. L. Whitton,
was some hall game here last clerk of A. L. Driggers Co. Department II
attending school at Little !Springs, a.
: Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Whitten and Earl
Thursday 'l'I1Hon between the Law- Store, left Tuesday for her
i Mr. Steve Lewis of Brooker. I
I $ : Whittcn autood to White Springs last tey and Raiford tl'ams."e had noticed home at Green Cove Springs, where
I Mr. Joseph Williams made a huir j FOR
I Tuesday. that our boys had ben practicing she will spend most of her vacation.
__ ness trip to Bland one day last week. ::0
1 I cis-I' Cot poml Hoke Smith left Wednesdayfor more than usual a day or two previousto Miss; Thomas. who is a teacher of the PEANUTSa a
Mr. O. P. Halo! was; business
a
t, itor to Dukes lest week. I a visit with relatives on the East the game, and on making inquiry young men and women in the Methodist :! 0O !

I Coast., wr found that the Raiford team had a Sunday School also in the Baptist -t

I An interesting Sunday School wa: I i Mr. and Mrs. C. Purvis, of Brad- easy walk over with them the Thursday will \bo greatly mined' and all hI 1 have also used it on Peanuts and Corn with sj'!'tndid results.

held ing. at Everybody Sardis Church invited Sunday to ,) morn-I week.S.ford .1'al1lare biting in Ocala this afternoon before at Raiford to the hope Awl' a pleasant trip and a quick hI 1 have been using the Phoslime unpulverizct) but know that it, I ,
tune of :; to 2. That didn't
: set good return.
Sunday School.: Remember it meets I T. Do\\ling and family have gone with our boys, and the visiting team :Mrs. B. Fienberg and baby are I would have gen much better results had it been puNcrized to 100 mesh

; each Sunday morning at 10:20: to their country place, north of town, wa< a soft snap for them, Lawtey :spending some time at White Springs. o for the reason that it would be in much better form to be taken up more 0
There is bo
special
to a preaching to spend t\\0 weeks.Rev. winning 10 to 1. E. E. Burney and Miss Carland Tolbert of I.ake City, : D readily." D
I service at Sardis next Sunday, the
.' : P. Q. Cason has been helping I Roscoe Sapp was the \battery for the i is the guest of Miss larguerite Duncan :'o 0
2: rd. All cordially asked to t.e '
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present. ilev. Ovoi-ftreet in :series of meetings whole nine innings "oke Smith and this'l''k.. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY

.. ut the Baptist Church. Di!1 Farr.dl're the Iattel'for Rai )Ir. Brooks of Raiford. was a visitor -

r ; ; a ,;. ,.' ,.. ,.' !' !' .#. ,!* ,a Raiford base, \ball buys received their ford up to the 7th inning when J. E. in our city Wednesday.C. i i Prices F. O. B. Phoslime, Fla., In Bags
second defeat at the hands of the Law-
f
Bird: went in as; the twirler for the remaining -
r tey team hut Thursday but made goodon
f I \ imOOKEK. G the innings. E. Topic For July :!::1. !Io CARLOAD LESS THAN CARLOAD
@I home ground FriJII.v' defeating The fll'ultfor the Lawtehigh Enthusiasm-Its ....ralue.how culti- Ogi

; ? ; Macclenny 14 to _. The l ai- :School: which; will probably commence vate it: I.a. l'J-1-lt';. i 2 $9.00 Per Ton $10,0a Per Ton q0 q
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ford boy are in good form this year some time in has
August tool secured
\1. Mr. P.. G.; Lewis and family, of Ar-I i I.eadrr-Ii"s; Ruth Coffin.
and
are ready to against
go up any and are as: foIloProf.. R. H. Terryof
cadia. motored r.p to Brooker and I team in Central Florida.J. 1 '1k..1al1d.l'l'i1lipal: I R.: H. Terry Song Service. WRITE FOR BOOKLET
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Sentence :
I spent a couple of weeks with relatives I E. Byrd, with :Mr. Byrd's sister first assistant with : Prayers.: I
Misses Mattie
and returned: 1 homo last Monday.Mrs. Miss Eva, motored to JacksonvilleSunday StaKby and\ Rosemary Hull, of Law Bible Drill FLORIDA SOFT PHOSPHATE & LIME COMPANY
E.: I.. Cro"by is in Moultrie.Or. returning :Monday.WOODLAWX What is enthusiasm
tey. Mrs. Berniee DeSha of Waldo and without knowledge is 10 BOX 462 .'
r the guest of her daughter Mrs. Enthusiasm OCALAFLA. o
I Miss Reba Brown. All of the teachers Marion Richard
I. I.. Eubanks.Mrs. impossible- n
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1 E. J. Ward left last week for 0 are highly recommended and a Knowledge alone is not t-nough C o. PO=OQOnoc:3o=ol-moor

Columbia City where she will spend .' PARK. c most profitable term is looked for- Hubert Bennett I

j.J,1 I a fl'W'l'rks with relatives. V 8> ward to for 1010-17! and we feel sure Paul the Enthusiast-Evelyn Ben
I that the patrons and parents will do i WHERE SHALL I II IUNIVERSITY 0010 SCHOOL?
I :Mrs. Mary Passavant spent last ? ; ? ? i- >?> ? -*> 3> <$> nettThe
i I week in Lake Butler. jk |I :Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Muse, of Sanford their whole duty in cooperating with value of elthu5iam-Els\\'orth! i I iI
the board of trustees and witha FOB
faculty OF FLORIDA COLLEGE
I I Mr. J. M. Shaw wa* transactingbusiness are'iitin at the home of Mr. Harper | l1.onm.TTE:
view to the of the school in
success
y in Jacksonville Monday. and Mrs. John :Muse. Enthusiastic Christian Endeavor I GainesvilleInvestigate WOMEN

I II, Miss: Edyth! Crosby returned home Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Davis, of Law- every way.Whenever. Thflma nail(' '. ; TallahasseeAn

!last Monday after spending a coupleof tey visited relatives here Sunday. Soul winning enthusiasm-George i Advantages Before institution of the highest rank for'

k weeks at Jacksonville and Pablo Miss Nellie Bristow, of Theressa, You Take Need Grove's a General TonI Wm. Coffin. j Choosing; Your College I I1 j the edutatiovi. of Young Women.
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IVach.Messrs.. is Report of all south C. E. Conven 4-U: ? students from countiel
c' visiting Miss Debbie Phillips this The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless 51 Florida counties 5S9 students from 52: Florida

G. K. Colson and W' II.Harrcll week. chill Tonic is equally valuable as a tion. I and 24 states and foreign countries and 11 states 1&15-16. Total 818 including

-, made a hurried business trip :Miss Mabel Strickland, of Saxon, is General Tonic because it contains the 1915-10. Total SIS including Sunrner Summer School. Write at once

t. I to Starke Monday. visiting at the home of Mrs. J. S. ] well known" tonic propertiesof I\E SAVE THE MOISTI'IIE.tNll KILL School. Write at once for catalog. for .
Catalogi :
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' After spending a couple of months Norman this week. and IRO It acts on the Liver, Drives THE WEEDS -1
i out Malaria, Enriches the Flood and I A. A. MURPHREE, Pre i i EIUVAHD COXRADI, Pres.
r. with relatives in Brunswick. White Mrs. H. M. Hill of Williston. moved
Builds up the \\ hone Svstetn. SO ants As this reaches our readers: there '
{ Oak and other points, Miss Edyth with her family and will make this CEMETERY 1 NOTICE.All may 1 be in the soil plenty of water -- =-9

e Warren returned to her home at her home. for the needs of the crops; but regardless lump. Exactly the same thing occurs j!cause little \\ Jrr\ .

Clayno last Monday. I Mr. W. L. Bobbin left here last Saturday interested the of the present supply! it is safeto in our fields.} The soil, when left hard The second gmt object of culm-

3d, A party consisting of Mrs. Jno. for his home Goldsboro. N. C. Zion cemetery persons will gather In there Newj say that between now and their and unbroken like the lump of sugar, I tion is to desb>y grass and weeds
+ \ Shriver: and daughter Marguerite.Mr. Mr. M. D. Carter and family attended i oni there will time when i rapidly loses its moisture growths in our fields
but when
i i Thursday, July :2;. provided with tool maturity come a ; I These foreign
:' J. L. Shriver, Mrs. J. M. Shaw and I the movies at Starke Saturday will ': the surface i i' least three WJJI
from
I for cleaning up the ground etc. Also our crops utTer a shortageof kept finelypulverized i are harmful in at
little daughter Myrtle Il'ftItnday night. '; bring baskets for dinner on the moisture. In most of our territorythe by frequent cultivation, this upward They rob our 'crops of water, then

by auto for a few weeks stay at I Dr. Brown of Lawtey, was a prof- 1 grounds. annual rainfall is between 4i) to capillary movement is largely stopped I steal plant food! and they appropna*
,
; Crystal River, Inverness and other essional visitor here Wednesday I ;50 inches-an amount, were it all {and the seater is held for the use of to themJilve.s the sunlight and '*

South Florida points. Rev. D. L. Phillips filled his regular ; WILL MY CHILD TAKE DR. KING'S saved for the growing crops, consider II the growing plants. I that our plants need. A good.sised ,
Dr. L. L. Lamb and family and Mr. appointment at Emanuel Sunday.Hr. NEW The will steal II
DISCOVERY ably in excess of what is normally moisture supply a controlling weed or bunch of grass
''+' U. D. Johns Edward Hilliard Of I needed -
: motored to Raiford Monday the Water- The best answer is Dr. King's New needed. The trouble is that we let a I factor in crop production. Without much water ant plant food as U
afternoon and visited the State oak section, visited here Saturday.: ani
Discovery itself. It's a pleasant sweet large part of this moisture go to plenty of moisture at the right time by a stalk cf corn or cotton,
Farm that .
7 near place.Mr. waste and then in times of dry weather large yields are not possible. Consequently all it gives us in return is a bel'"
syrup easyto take. It contains the
Carl Ward has returned
to Way the
medicines which of our crops suffer. the maintenance of a dust crop of its seed to reinfest
Station. Ga., where he is years experiencehave
employed .. COMER L PEEK best for Those who have been following our mulch or dust blanket one and one- another year. The only safe plan
. proven coughs and colds.
Inthe S. A. L. Railway.
n Those who have used Dr. King's New series of articles on "Farm Facts Every half to two and one-half inches thickis the only sure: way to make certJ11

Rev. A. J. Pinholster was in Jacksonville Florida R al Estate, Land and Discovery longest are its best friends. Boy Should Know" will recall the at this season one of our most important that weeds are rot robbing us is new
last week the d0
of
_. guest his Umber Besides every bottle is guaranteed. If illustration showing how moisture will jobs. Break and thoroughly to let them get a start; but if they
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nephew, Mr. S. A. Pinholster. Expert
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to I you don't: get satisfaction you get rapidly rise through a lump of sugar, pulverize the crusts as soon after become threatening, clean them oat !.

I.u Mr.Amanda Dewey, of Pinholster Lake Butler and sister, 33 yean Experience at Stark your money back. But a bottle, use but that its upward movement is each rain as the soil is dry enough is quickly as possible and by 9n1 eWec.

r !t were in as directed. Keep what is left for greatly checked as soon as it reachesthe a fine rule to follow, and if it is care- tire means that will do least injurf

i Brooker the first of-the week .t..t..S...... .. cough. and cold insurance. (1)) powdered sugar on top of the fully followed ordinary drouths need to the growing .crop.
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