Bradford County telegraph
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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 28, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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John P. Coffin Pledges $30,000 For.

AGAINST DODGEOne Champions ond Game of to City Locals League By Scoreof Lost Sec- LEARNING MANY NEW THINGS Campaign Fund OF COMMERCEUnited :

I 4 to 2 Bradford county, Florida, is famed
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Alleges the Embezzlement I!: The Starke Tigers won another ROOKIES TRAINING HARD er. Here a crowd of militiamen areenjoying never advertises herself intentionally, States to Like Vigorous ;

game from the Jacksonville Gas team themselves immensely as yet in spite of her endeavors to keepin : I

of Twentv-five Hundred last Thursday afternoon at Duncan AND PLAYING BASEBALL they watch a gang of dirty little Mexicans the background she occasionallygets Steps to Protect American

Park, the score being to 2. scramble for pennies thrown in into the limelight Her straw- I

DollarsJACKSONVILLE The Gas boys have lately won the the dust. There a fierce-looking Mexican berries have international fame, shewas Firms

championship of the Jacksonville Sand Storms, Creeping Things, Stray who might be one of Villa's the first county in Florida tocrl'ate

bloodiest cut-throats, is humbly offering a drainage district, she has
League of all the of
} July 21.Threenew composed Bullets, etc.. Are Only a Few of WASHINGTON] 2-1.--\dmiIJ-
the"gringo" the state
ice-cream cones to within her borders prison
the and the feel penny
city, Tigers naturally istration officials gavefurther evidence ,
indictmer were J-eturned by rather enemy. farm, and she is known for several .. ,
chesty after winning two the Interesting FeaturesEL
that Were
here today they ;
Federal grand jury today
the from them. Soldiers Banter MexicansThe other things which we cannot now
i I straights
against Eugene D. Dodge, former clerk !1 i The game Thursday afternoon wasa attitude of the soldiers toward enumerate. But a new honor has to tae vigorous American action firms to prevent injury t
to through Eng-
of the United States Court, each of fine exhibition of amateur base ball PASO.-Uncle Sam's National the Mexicans whom they meet is in bei thrust upon her, that of furnish- land' promulgation ot commercial ..

the three charging embezzlement. and the fans present got the full Guardsmen have settled down for ang general one of good-natured raillery.And ing the sinews of war in the present blacklist under the trading a with the .

Dodge is here awaiting arraingmentin worth of the price of admission. /) stay on the Mexican borde.\ the latter reciprocate accordingto campaign of the prohibition party, act. President Wilson told
Federal Court Monday, when JudgeW. and this in spite of being the most enemy
here expecting But their individual natures. A
Following is an account of the game They came war. num- callers that he was much concerned
of will sit
W. Lamdin, Georgia the has and all ber of the have uncompromising democratic county in
by innings: war scare passed guardsmen a smattering the ;iif the British:
for Judge Rhydon M. Call, disqualifiedon Jax. First Inning. Bradrwine first they can do now is to watch and wait. of Spanish and when they beginto the state. If you don't believe it read over order and possibilities there were indications at
been his
account of Dodge having up, takes three healthy swings and Nobody knows when they will return chatter with Mexicans the latterare this dispatch: the state departm'nthat some step

appointee.One I, sits down. Meeks drive long fly to home. Probably not until Carranza reatly amused by the crudenessof ST. PAUL, Minn., July 20.-Sixty might be taken soon unless a reply
of the new indictments charges else sets things in order the Yankees' speech. About he thousand dollars was subscribed to the "i
right field and is out. Haley gets on or some one I was forthcoming to the informal inquiries -
that Dudge embezzled 114.25 paid in- by an error, goes to second and south of the Rio Grande. In the mean- only phrase the soldiers can pronouncewith prohibition party's campaign' fund at on the subject made by Ambassador -
the court in settlement of final decree the held in the audi- I
to mass
time passing the long hot assurance of correctness is
third on errors, Zavarthy up and getsa they are any Page at London. Senator
in the of Geo. Sweeting '"s.schoon'r ni ht.Ir.. and Mrs
case torium here last
days in such pleases the Fenor.
manner as
single, scoring Haley. Schulenburgout Hoke Smith, who said he spoke only
Frences E, judgment for that John P. Coffin of Johnstown, Fla.
amount having been decreed to the by long fly to left field. military powers that be. Sitting on a Powder KegIt I ; ., for himself, declared. ufter seeing the
pledged $30,000.The
He is indicted on three Starke First Inning. Alderman out They are drilling and maneuveringand is like sitting on a powder keg j president, that he thought the Issue

plaintiff. Another by grounder to second, Johns out by hardening themselves to the cli- while people are smoking all around prohibition convention took would be settled by withdrawal or
counts on charge.of in the charges grounder to pitcher, Heaton takes mate. They are patrolling the border and throwing away lighted matches. place at St. Paul last week. They modification of the blacklist. '
embezzlement $304.90 case
Bales three swings and is out. and learning many things about Mexico Almost every night one hears shotson nominated a president and vicepresident Already the department has accu-
of the United States vs. Four
I Jax. Second Inning. Wescott fans, and Mexican bandits. They are the Mexican side, and once in a and now since the progressive mulated information regarding the
of Tobacco the it is alleged,
money with hit, Jenningsout used brush and cactus I tfhile bullet falls American soil arty has been absorbed by the republican -
I the Ingram gets on a getting to sage a on blacklist, sufficient, it was said by one
into court
having been paid registry
for his by fly to second Hooper strikes. sand storms, scorpions, tarantulas, I often the work of some "gringohater" party the prohis believe they official tonight, to warrant action if
and kept by Dodge own
This indictment also was out. I "greasers" and other delights of this who fires into the air for pot will hold the balance of power, and there was no promise of an immediate

purposes. Starke Second Inning. White out delightful region. Not all of the 75- luck, hoping that his bullet accidentally will carry on an aggressive campaign. explanation. It was intimated that

returned on three counts. The third deposit by grounder to pitcher, Wall follows 000 citizen soldiers are in love with may find a mark. In certain reg- Their intention to slay the demonrum some announcement might be made to-
failed to
indictment alleges Dodge -
with fly to second, Baisden flies out the life, but they admit that as sum- ions, if a Mexican encounters a sold- is praiseworthy, but like many morrow.

$2,500 registry funds, which wasa ;. to left field. mer camps these gatherings at San ier at the line and is safe on his own well-intentioned people they are, Information reaching the depart-
of total court deposit of
portion the a National Bankof Jax. Third Inning. Brandrwine Antonio, Brownsville, El Paso, Laredo ground, he reviles the American in politically speaking, poor in worldly ment indicates that tlw allied nationsare
$8,744. grounded out to pitcher Meeks gets and elsewhere are in a class by them- the obscenity of a tongue rich in foul goods. They have no rich brewers planning for united action. Offi-
Key West. He was indicted on I
on with single, Haley flies out to sec- selves, and that CarraRza has unwit- words. If the Mexican is on this side and distillers and liquor merchants in cials realize that such a development

three counts on this charge also. i 1 ond, Zavarthy grounded to pitcher. tingly performed a great service to of the border. he is silent and- sullen.Everywhere -- .---. their ranks to furnish campaign fund. might complicate diplomatic negotia-

Starke Third Inning. Kickliter fans, American preparedness.Along is evident the tension be- So that :Mr. Coffin's generous offer tions.

TO COUNTY, TOWN BOOSTERS AND BASEBALL Canova out by grounder to pitcher, the 1,100-mile Rio Grande tween the two races is thoroughly an- nust have been very welcome, indeed. The principle of a boycott of firms

I Pierce takes three and is out. boundary and west of the international tagonistic in word, thought and habit. Mr. and Mrs. Coffin are active temperance incorporated under American law en-

Schulenburg opens up with a home line, one finds many varieties of Therefore it is the duty of our soldier workers. They live at Johns- gaged in legitimate trade is particularly -

Why should Bradford county with run over left field fence, Wescott getson climate. It is warm at his season of lads to bear much in the way of pro- town, a little place between Lake But- obnoxious to oft icls here. In-
four snappy base ball teams sit back Ingram hit by pitchedball vocation and to the other cheek ler and Raiford on the A. C. L. rail-
by an error, the year, let here be no doubt about turn formation is desired ?s to just how
and only watch the box scores of other first Wescott going to whatever be their desire way. Mr. Coffin is the owner of a
taking that; but the border country is by no may personal far the British trading with the enemy
county leagues? Getting together is second Jennings fans Hooper gets on for large tract of land around that place,
means all an arid desert. The wife, a fight. act will go beyond the primary effect
all that is required to inaugurate a bases filled Brandrwine flies Let the false notionof which was named for him. We admire
by error, mother or sweetheart who is worrying people get no upon the British merchant. If it is
Bradford County League, comprisedof out to short stop and Wescott tagged about he health of her boy in the the Rio Grande as a barrier betweenthe 'the enthusiasm and optimism which to affect American (doing business
Raiford, Hampton, Starke and steal home. this of I prompted Mr. and Mrs. Coffin to make
while trying to "Mexican wilderness" may as well two countries. At season with a neutral country it is believed
Lawtey FO why not get together. Starke Fourth Inning. Aldermanout make up her mind that he is enjoying the year it is hardly more than a I the sacrifice for the cause they es certain insistent representations will

Base ball is a game without equalin by long fly to left field, Johns a very healthful and a very profitable brook, and in many places a man pouse. result.

developing the boys and young men grounds out to pitcher, Heaton getson summer. Take El Paso, for instance. could almost leap over it. There is The Cincinnati Post' ran the follow- The lengths to whirh the federal

of a town. While friction is possible, by error, White grounds out to This place is not a dingy, filthy little little more difficulty in crossing the ing story concerning Mr. and Mrs. government went during the civil war
due to some grouch, a continuance in I John P. Coffin of Johnston, Fla., in
pitcher.Jax. border town, but an up to date city ; Rio Grande now than in crossing the in prohibiting American. citizens from
the game will do more to cheer and Fifth Inning. Meeks gets on with beautiful streets, avenues lined barbed wire fence. The men who its issue of .July 20: trading with the Confederate<< states

correct that grouch, than what should with clean single, Haley gets on by with handsome villas, fine hotels, res- guard the border must be constantlyon ST. PAUL, Minn., July 20.-The may be taken as a measure; by the de

1 have happened on father's knee. i I error, advancing Meeks to second, taurants and stores. the alert for any sign of trouble. No prohibition national convention is go- I partment.

: A league between towns of a county Zavtrthy gets on by error, filling one can tell what night Mexican ban- ing to nominate some one-likely J. ,

gets people in each town much better bases, Schulenburg flies out to left The El Paso militia camp is spick dits, believing the guardsmen not on Frank Hanly, of Indiana-for president NEWN W.\I IUr.IIT JOINS TIlE

acquainted with the good people in Wes- and span. Gangs of carpenters have but a little old man from Johns-
fU'ld :Meeks out stealing home the job, may attempt to rush them and NAVY
neighboring towns and in that way built mess houses, post exchanges andofficers' ton. Fla., is its hero.
cott pops out to short stop. shoot up the camp. Under these conditions -
advances the co-operation necessaryto quarters. Cooks have fixed up This little, old man sat pretty far I -
Staike Fifth Inning. Wall gets only it behooves our soldiers to have
capacious ice boxes and water coolers. and I To the surprise of hi* many friends:,
lines of back in the qonvention today
advancment along countyimprovement. field
error, Raisden hits to right their rifles and ammunition belts in
I secondson
Electricians have installed telephones early in July Newn Wiinright,
of court- talked to his gray-haired,
Let the sense
advancing Wall to third and gets out reach at all times. Yet all the Cleft
and electric lights Paving has been little wife, who shared the of Mr. and Mrs. N. I Wainright,
esy 1-e remembered by both playersand trying to steal second, Beasley out bullets that make devilish music over lookirg Savannah where he
laid around water taps and incinerating Starke for
rooters, and theie can be nothingbut l.y grounder to pitcher, Wall coming their heads are not hostile. Frequently I honors. and f
pits. Incidentally much of the the United Stale- Navy,
and joined
John P. Coffin
and to the were:
good, to the individual fans. They
the play Canova they simply who of a
home on are an
work has been done Mexican laborers I from Savannah was hem to Port Royal -
such series of by who 12t'0i' ) ) acres of land in Flor-
from own
county come takes
Jax. Sixth Inning. Ingram little dispute the Mexicans are: settling -
men who, in case of hostilkies, ida, but act and look just like the rest S. C., where he is ii; training in a
games. :three healthy swipes and iout, Jen- among themselves.El .
Another point in favor of such a would he the er.mies of the troops of the "home folks" who are attending marine corps.
ings gets on by error, out stealing Paso Filled With Mexicans and mental
they are working for. And the boss the convention.This Uncle Sam's physical
league is that the weekly auto tripsbetween the second Hooper gets on but is caught; i' of these laborers is none other than About 40 per cent of the population was all they did: examination is very rigid, but the examining -

the different towns is by mighty stealing second. I' :'Ien.: Joe de! la Luz Blanco, famous of El Paso i Mexican.. Consequentlythe I The prohibitionists need money to officer was mu,'Ji pleased with .
i players and their rooters, Pierce r
Sixth gets on,
Ining. I American citizenai'C doing the genouM: intelligence
Villa leader! and exile. The chairman had this applicant's ;
pliable them with the run a I
to so disgust left field, Johns
Alderman flies out to
l As the water Laredo is same thing as: the soltliers-l\'oidin : and patriotic spirit. Alter spendingawhile
at supposedto
for contributions and they were
thata called
c: condition of their county : grounds out to pitcher, Heaton flies I tl'ouhlE'Il'xil'ans: in I the y ,
much needed agitation for better l be contaminated, the guardsmen are everywhere coming in slowly. A voice back in I in training at frt Royal,

roads will be started. out to short stop.. have orders to buy no soft drinks bottled I the town. They rea good third ofevery the hall said something about ,0,000.: ( corps to which our Starke boy belongs -

I Jax. Seventh Inning. Urandrwino locally. But the Mexicans street crowd. You see the women the crowd shouted.Coffin's will likely \bo sortt on a cruiseto
mar.agers.I constantly "What's that,
The attention of all
team '-'KPS three healthy grunts and sits I black Islands.
the slipping along in their man- from Hawaii or the I'hii'ppine
swarm camp, selling watermelons head popped up
layers and rooters is requested to down with a frown, Meeks out by I soda pop, cakes. bread l and tillas ard yiu feel that you are in a the Florida gray delegation. Newn Wainright has.completed the

the following! suggested agreement, grounder to first, Haley repeats: the "real Mexican tobacco" grown in Con I foreign land. The men lounge about "Yes, that's what I said." he said. i Junior High Schol in :Starke, and was .j.jcx

and schedule. Corrections are reques- Brandrwine stunt. necticut. The soldiers' drinking wateris the corners and in the cafes. Their "Pvi down for S3; (),OuO." I ('(>din l)' fond of r'a'l .especially I
ted them in at once
but please send
Starke Seventh Inning. White getson. boiled and then iced, and there isplenty rolling Spanish i is to be heard e\ery- 1 he convention 'hered and dele- history, current events and national

with your views concerning such a Wall singles. White going to second of it, yet he hawkers of wet I v'!here. There is constant friction, and toppled over their chairs to get affairs.! He felt his country's call
be inaugurated jrvlt
league. If such a league is to flies out to left field,
Baisden soldiers -
goods do a brisk business in spite of the presence of United States tj Coffin. They picked him up ani to service and responded with patriotic
should take
the first games 'oring White and Wall on bad throw, doesn't matters. admiic1 the of
then warning from officials.On certainly ease I cMried him to tho platform. Jlrs j joy. We nerve
place on August 3rd as it will Beasley pops out to short stop, Cano- the street leading from the One meets with considerable; embarrassed JUt they this brave youth and.) predict for hima
campto ,
Cf.fiin looked
: ke until Sept. 7th to play a
(I iVa I grounds out to pitcher. ence of opinion about the ) differ-I and noble future. f
the Laredo plaza there lives Red carried her bright
a and
her up
short 't-hedule of home and r.kled up, too,
one fans
game '
Inning. Zavarthy .
i! Jax. Eighth j Cross She has !' various! sections of the border r ..
one return with each team. nurse. a sign on her there with him. 1--- -- .....
game :Schulenburg::: fans, Wescott groundsto : the I
In the McAllen (Tex.) district LONG CYPRESS LOS;
Agreed: That no team shall em- short house, "Boiled Ice Water, Free for with 1 1I Coffin's contribution is believed; thelar2'est
stop. Soldiers" and she ard several girl natives have welcomed the troops made for a prohibition -
outside ever
cr use more 1 Starke Eighth Inninir. White walks I'I
t players in any game. steals second and third. Alderman flies friends serve water to the passing men open arms, but they show a ( aropaign. His pledge started the tallc.ilng The Seaboard company are shipping -

That each team will be as near a and she has also installed tables in lack of interest in the Mexican .- and funds rollpJ i i-i aftr that. cypress piling from Willeford,
: out to second, Johns gives up a sacritice -
Home Team as possible. field White her yard where the soldiers may sit siuation as it is understood e\\here. The collection wa-s just like one of on the Wannee branch, to Hamlet and .
scoring ,
I to center ,
and write their letters. The :i Many of them regard the bandit ques- have fir I North Carolina where '
., That each team shall defray its own Heaton fouls out to catcher. men say i with which those donation parties they other places in

;;_ expense* when on the road' i Jax. Ninth Inning. Ingram groundsout they have not experienced so service- 1 tion as a personal affair country ministers. trestles have to be "built in place of .

That the home team shall furnish pitcher Jennings grounds to I ble or kindly act since they came to I' they themselves are able to cope. Those who didn't have rponej ga\e those washed away by the floods. The ..
to ,
4. '.- at least two new balls for each game. second. Hooper gets a hit to centerfield the border. I 1 Prominent ranch owners and cattle other things. One man tosset1 into U e piles are from TO to nfriily 80 feet in i

That there shall be two umpires Brandrwine out by grounder to San Antonio Thronged With Soldiers i buyers openly favor self-appointed pot a mitrtgage for $l3R.i; OS on srme length and are loaded o-t two flat cars. J

.3 f. for each game; one home and one visiting short The present military center of the t posses to deal with the Mexican out- Illinois: law books and told the collectors The cars and the space .between them

i' man, who shall alternate on stop. TOTALSI United States is San Antonio, famedas laws. Typical frontiersmen-great to get after the money. amount 0 83 feet in I'-T'.gth and some

1 .. :. balls and bases. I lIRE the site of Fort Sam Houston and strapping fellows-stalk about thestreets Out of a mats! of evolutions plated of the piles occupy nearly all of this

:. That each team shall deposit with ; Jacksonville\ 5 :2 7 the headquarters of Maj. Gen. Fun- :, every hip pocket bulging withl before the convention, the resolutions space.
ston. The city noimally boasts a weapon. Their bu.iness-like appearance had vli I worked out
its local l.ankr a central hank to Staike :2 4 fJacksonville. ; a population ccmmittee fairly \

I be selected a sum not less than $10 \ Stolen base, 4 sacrifice of 150,000, but to-day it is is a powerful argument for law its platform. The Suai Anthony suffrage REVIVAL 1IKJLBRONN)

nor more than $2;) (the exact sum to hits, 1 swarming with regular and militia- I and order. One almost feels that the amendment, an el lt.ho\Jr day Rev. Donley will btgm a revival
'" sildiors. supernumeraries.
;. I' be agreed upon management. of Starke Stolen bases1 sacrifice men. Army motor trucks go'rattling I r 'arp of Guardsmen for workingmen, a pr<, rt.n of ri>epertdnefs meeting at Heilbronn thurch Wednes-

: ? each team) which will act as guaran- hits 3 across the market place and excite no T"o Tjpes is for peace only, an.l govfnmei.t ; day night: before thr third Sunday in

.:k tee. of. each team's fulfillment of its mere. curiosity:- than a load of hay.- Perhaps nowhere on the border ownership of arnor plates wi-ie August. All are weW-ne to attend. 4

I : :, scnedule, and which shall be turned EARLY COTTON Droves of hordes trot through the there a greater contrast between our the principal clauses deci.hlupn and Other preachers will probably assistat
streets to the remount station. Half militiamen than at McAllen. On the r.ational -, !llIJiti"n.
; over to the winning team at the completion Editor Telegraph. I of course, ) he meeting.
. of the of the people you meet in the hotels steep, sun-baked banks of the Rio .
schedule. J Please allow me space in your and "movies" are in uniform. The I Grande a few days ago, I saw a meet- rifle and the pistol. They have the
Notice that each has three MARY HAS A LITTLE VOTE
l. team H. Fowler
Mr. ;
t tome paper to give souvenir stores crowded with the ing of two groups of Americans. One !stride of regulars and the color of the
r" games. As it has been the rule the praise of having the earliest open are The voters of Illinois!working undera
I that ride so
.i I for. home guardsmen, buying Mexican lucky j : roup came from New York city. They tough roan ponies they
1 teams to defray visiting cotton I have heard of. I saw whereone $ and well.It. township option law, have driven
represented Broadway, Longacre
.c trinkets 1
other and
stones and slowly
I teams expenses, which this plan re- | Miller section had the their 1,430:
man in the demolishing the hugh piles of rakish i'' the white lights. Some of them were was an odd meeting. Both sides the saloon from 1,240 of
1 'Verses, the guarantee deposit amounts but Mr.: Fowler lives of the 102
earliest blossom, under townships. Fifty-three
bore that stand for bit diffident at first but
r to less sombreros, all of which at some timeor rich jjpd names were a
r than would be required to pay in the Brooker section and has cotton Thei and in the counties of the state ire entirely dry.
in the world they know. the spell of the occasion
the ether have been worn by Pancho i I power
) expenses of three visiting teams. : July 21. Villa. ether group bespoke the freedom of knowledge of their common service to Under a county optron lay-which
I Schedule of games to be played is A READERTo j will work for inthe: next legis
I'i and the chaparal wilder. their soon warmed: they
.as follows I ILtwtej The post office is lined with new military .. the plains country they up.
: claim
- i were lean, heat-dried fellows There could be no doubt as to which lature-the anti-liquor leaders
read down arrivals their turn to
dates ;
SUrW, Hampton Raiford find visiting elections
1 the first round of
that in
r and open-handed. loked most like soldiers. YetI
I' sinewy
fi.s 8.24 8-31 home dates, across.Respectfully. mail Mexican post cards back to the: rangy group wiH Where
L I IhIllPton submitted home folks.Ien in uniform crowd I They know the mesquite and sagebrush the lads from New York reminded me ninety-six counties go dry.
8.24 9.7 8-10 I I ever "Mary's vote get in, John Barleycorn -
the others know Fifth avenue
Starke bulletin and as
around the a i
RANDALLPres. government
Lt 8-31 8-3 S-17 H. D. "
l.&Wtey 8-10 8-17 9-7 Lawtey Booster Club. I good many around the baseball tick. ind they seemed to be born to the -.--- _(Continued W. -on page, _5._) f-- bets- -..-out.- .. --.t

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BILL IS SIGNED tions Two will state be held BE LOCATED AT MIDDLEBURG IN BAD FIX with

one will be in

: b BY PRESIDENT the minister November state,to drawing 21 the to Plantations Corporation !I STRICKLAND'S BIG MELON Cave-ins Wreck-Homes, Busi- MagnoliaBalm. .

: counties as far Organized With Half I Thursday afternoon of last week ness Blocks and Public .

son, Madison, and Messrs. A. M. Darby and D. C. Jones I

:. BILL TO BE KNOWN convention will Million Capital were on Kingsley lake and got into a Buildings Look as good av- your city; col1l 1
\, motor boat in quest of some water- matter if you do Tan n& j

: !, AS THE FARM LOAN ACT will November be the 23rd to melons. They had read in the Tele- Balm will surely kilr or your Freckle,kiQ Mq,. II

t the election of BE A MODERN graph that Mr. A. S. Strickland had Disastrous mine caves, brought Heals Sunburn, t-U. just put Ltte! *

I very large melons and they steered a about, it is alleged/ by the robbing of your face and ruK it off again befor dry,
business is
Is Intended 4o Enable Farmers to Simple and sure Ja please.
: These meetings AND UP-TO-DATE FARM i course to his landing on the north pillars in the anthracite coal mines ; to-day and Legi the impfOvelellt Try. 1

: Secure Money at Low Interest terdenominational side of the lake. under the city of Scranton, threaten once. White. P.ii and Roae.Red It

A I II Mr. Strickland told them modestlythat the destruction of one of the largestand 75 cents at Drug 1.1s or b,1111il
, Plantation Will Be Conducted ; _
I From Banks state are entitled I j he had only one large melon ripe, one of the most thrifty municipalities :
A number of On the Most Scientific but perhaps it would be all they want in Pennsylvania. The situationis FREE 1:1

have already been ed. This melon had been thumped a novel one. Thousands of resi- LYON MFC. CO 4,,S..5*St. i

WASHINGTON, D. C.-The much more will be Principles I enrday for two weeks until the dents of the communnity are livingin I BtooUnJi.jp J

discussed and long awaited rural cred- !speaker at both proper stage of ripeness had arrived.It houses that any night or day may -

its bill after having passed both John L. Alexander was too large to thump with the collapse and their business, houses maybe takes them 'h. loan companies call

houses of Congress with remarkablylittle the International Clay county is to have another : fingers so Mr. Strickland had used a '; wrecked, as scores have -been during the loans aid the property holder

opposition was signed by President lie has had a and modern farm, or that is the '\mallet from his cooper shop. / the past few weeks. And they are loses all.

: Wilson today, and now becomes handling of young purpose of the organization. Mr. G. C. Livingston happened to powerless to remedy the threat held The Jraff rjirace Co., lost
I some
a law to be known as the farm loan place much stress have been filed with the clerk I be at Strickland's and they all went ver them, because the coal companies SUOUO one :1I
act. education of the \ the Circuit Court, in which the to the melon patch. The melon in own the anthracite under the buildingsand sued to mover: They, like all before

I, It i is conservatively! estimated that state. Another I Artesian Farm Land Com question was as large as a barrel and I I the streets and have enjoyed the them who had --'ached the State So

, 40,000,000,000 worth or real property and worker will be transfers to the Southern Plan- the four men had to exert themselves I! privilege/ of mining it out without regard preme court.fe told; "When

I is made liquid as basis of credit Atlanta, who is I| Corporation 10,000 acres of 'rolling it down to the boat. When ; to surface damage Or injury. build QH'r.Q!. jno you must aL*

by this legislation, that farm property the Georgia I I located in the northern part of I there it was found" that... if the melon r city of 125.000' people, to be; blown tIE"'f' f
I long regarded as the black sheep among I II I was left entire It Would in the Scranton, a Scores of K-nnwlies '!
tion, and who is count, bordering on the Duval I burst has been living on this volcano for a Suggested'11
securities; : for long time Joans, I I u of the boat Mr. Strick- .\ sorts of ,.
j our neighbor, state. lies in solid (ttom and The peoplei .ans have t been offered
line. The lan a of a century.
it for I ( quarter *
will be used under as security
'I II i I land fetched cross-cut Whilehe for the relief of the
< I ent speaker will have said will be a saw. have been fighting half-heartedly, Unable I people of Scran- t p
and we I i
term loans at low rates of interest ( as
long and Mr. sawing the I ton. City onli-'j-nces! have ;
Darby was
of Birmingham I relief against been
the I : for model farm. to obtain they say, passed
of a
that the whole complexion I melon in two Jones all ports of laws have
in the I Capt. got some business for coal ; been
rtary The Southern Plantation Corpora- the might of big enacted
rural life in America may be changed poles to strengthen the bottom of the I and effort made
the Presbyterian of Florida i is capitalized at $500- rules the Lackawanna valley. Now through this '.
as a result o'f its operation. these boat, and Mr. Livingston, who is that the time is channel to oUa.ti; relief, only to have
to determined
men, ) and the officers are, Ex-Governor they are
In the final vote in the senate there famous as a ditcher, cut a channel in technicality afritechnicality .
denominational S. Jennings, president of the Jen- ripe for something to happen. They come op
were only five dissenting votes and in with the bottom of the lake to deep water. be to baffle and d-JVat them. An injunc. '
together Artesian Farm Land Company; that the city shall not .
the house with its much larger membership One-half of the melon was placednear propose tion was ake: veral
ministers, L. Bryan, secretary; J. W. Busard I doomed because of the greed of a few years ago to
were only ten. the of the boat and the the under '
o prow stop mining certain
take part. and T. E. Gordon. coal barons who are preparing to remove proper-
What is the Federal farm loan act? manager: the divide ties. The
other half near stern, to injunction
was denied.
has already of the Guaranty Trust and last pillar from under To _.
I: In the words of one man who has I I the weight. Mr. Darby, who was the every Less than CO d'H-s: later the .
the :
at heart of the properties
i with the movement eing s Bank of Jacksonville, treas- I acres of land in the yery I
been connected heavy was placed amid- for whose safely the
Dr. Edward and Duncan M. Stewart presi business section of Scranton. waj
from its inception, its purpose is to ; ships, and Capt. Jones, neatly arrayed sought collai-st.1 in
I Mr. J. C. Lanier, of the banking firm of Duncan M. Blow Most Severe : a cavein.It t,
of Recent
liquify $40,000,000,000 worth in a cork jacket, took his place at the has been reposed time
f' the & Co., Inc., New York, Vice- I sectons; of the and again r
farm property in the United States as both tiller. The lake being calm, the boat Durinma:1Y/ years that the people buy the coal under
time mortgage pear on The board of directors is have been visited by cave-ins, buta
basis for credit long with city
its made
a precious Darby'slanding of
of the cargo city Scranjvn.! But there is I
C. too
Fagg, and
exceptionally strong one /guar- in the last
loans at low rates of interest on series of such accidents
:: safely and was welcomed bya much involved
Home and Mr. money ,
J that the company will push for- to
aroused the
have fighting
the un amortization_m plan. State Christian crowd hungry for melons. I i few I the ,people_ cont'l fled. It \vac. ... nrnn.i ..<..
When farm property is made liquid the purposes of the corporation. spirit of the people of Scranton. Sec- f -- -- f.vfrvatu '.

f 1:! J f as a basis of credit it means that the are also expected company has ample capital to single plantation in Florida, and will tions in three parts of the city col to citizens levy and an insurance th Peoples'fund Coal from the.

; old state of affairs by which a farm Amongthe out their full plans. certainly be the most modern and up- lapsed. West Scranton suffered most. company
: was reluctantly received by conventions will be .I issued prospectus of the Cor- to-date. On its success will depend There an entire square of Main avenue agreed to subscribe $12,000 annual-
mortgage it.
Ilr to Bui the
j' exhibits and ; people refused to
most banks as securities for a loan is I says: "The Corpoif.tion's other enterprises .of a similar kind in clmposinthe/ houses on both
i done away with. When such mortgage ture will be the I is to develop its lands into a other parts of the state. sidos of the strcet.dropped 12 feet. i subscribe to coitions{; they contended

. 1! was accepted the loan was usually nu'nse state map I plantation. Its ambition is to I Truly Clay county is forging to the The surface of the avenue, one of the I i should not ex.,.-t. Another plan suggested .

a short time loan which meant that be /given to the I: it one of the greatest enterpri- front with rapid strides. Five yearsago main thoroughfares of the city, resembles -I mine by W. P. Bowland, a former
t the state which : of its kind in the South. The it had the Several side owner involved the taxing of
I the farmer had heavy payments to Plan-I only turpentine indus- !, a roller coaster. anthracite coal
I make and often had to overwork the I gains along/ the will be run on modern est camphor farm in the ...world the'i'get I streets appear as though an earthquake I mined in Lackawanna
during the past )' I with up-to-date labor saI \'- cattle county 25 cents a ton to raise a fund
soil his family and himself in order ranch in the United had shaken them. Public
r I. I to get, enough money out of the three state convention in I machinery, and will pursue thli States, within its borders it is to have I school No. 16, one of the largest of !' of $5,5rtOOW tA c.ire for surface right
: I ;but this .
Last rejected.I
to meet his obligations in the specified reported. scientific methods of intensive the largest and most modern planta- the city was. wrecked for the second I I I.

'- f time. ported. This year j I j Every department will be I tion in Florida and it has the finest time. Water mains were broken and j i i i,: Now a conference of operators, cIty :.
, '., : made to get j (' the direct supervision of j health officials, property owners affected by
an ex-
"Low rates of interest" speaks for i I spring on earth. the roadways were flooded. Gas pipes ,,
; all of the counties. I! the cave-ins .Tj 1 owners of
itself. and each branch must produce Some record this, but more is yet were torn up, crippling the service i property

I In the amortization feature of the The Florida ,:;i profits." I Ii I to come. The development has only and filling the air with fumes. Busi- which may 1-4 affected is suggestedas
L ciation, under largest'' the best rrnjans' for bringing about
i probably be the ,begun.-Green 1
system lies one of its most important Cove Times. ress houses, that less than! a week be '
conventions will j I II I I a satisfactor i-ordition.! In addition
and advantageous points.By fOJe the cave-in were thriving centers
; is year give a better.t't" --- I I the governor if the state and a Federal .,
amortization in this case I or trade, were twistedand left stand- ,
before of the work representative from the Bureau
the payment of the principal ; with their walls torn apart. In
ment Hundreds of niy 1 of mines be included in the dis-
of a loan in small periodical payments throughout: the South Scranton the damage was great cussion. ;
J, _
along with interest. and in the center of the city the large 1
county has felt the I
The farmer who borrows mor.ey under -g I' organization armory of the National Guard of + + + + + + + + + + + + *

the new system will pay interest life. upon Pennsylvania was damaged to the extent 1 + ; .

I much as he did under the old regime. I of $40,000. The state is now .
Railroads will
I only at the end of a term of years spending double this amount in shoring -

'.- these payments will not only have covered for Loth these 1 ..4 up the magnificient structure. I I: FOR SALE :

I' the interest but also wiped out It was this series of cave-ins that

the principal of his debt, so that instead I NEGRO I aroused the people of Scranton to theI .

/ of being/ as deeply in debt as | ____ I I piorror of what is sure to happen if + 40 acres :-fn Lawtey and Lake f

I ever he finds himself an unencumbered i Provost Guard the Peoples' Coal Mining company is (! + Butler rci'd, 3 miles west of +
land owner. I allowedto continue its policy of rob- + Lawtey. :. t

H In order to borrow money under the __ bing coal pillars, thus menacing/ and 1+ 25 acres{ion Lawtey lend Highland f :

new act the borrower must subscribe I SAN ANTONIO, destroying buildings worth many + road, "National Highway: ,
for stock in a farm loan association :ifro soldiers, I thousands of dollars for pillars that J + One-half t.iilo north of depot. *
r I to an amount equal to five per cent of Illinois National at most are worth only a few thousand + $600 cash ov terms. *

the loan he desires to make. night by a squad of I dollars each. j I 20 acres on Lawtey and Highland iiW
If the for the loan is i
application + road "National +
come to rescue Scranton Lid Coming Off i
granted-a question determined by I the soldiers were I The Viligance party in Scranton I + One mile north of Lawtey. About t
expert appraisal of the security-offer- ( + *
six cash
r'cared. or
"" ed-the aplicant becomes the owner !I milifia camp. None-- .' .. --7 ,_ ..-.".....,..-!-.. I'I; : : I which is fighting for surface rights, + terms acres $600 1 f
all the
has declared that the lid will come off ,
t of stock in the loan association to the + *
I of share for legs.The A few specimens! of tick infested Florida native cows, photographed in good and hard within a few weeks. I k H. HILL ;
amount one $100 + *
r every
trouble began county during the last week in June. These cows had been Heretofore they have dreaded to let Lawtey Florid
that he borrows for which he oft. f
t pays Henne, a lawyer of good wire grass range with plenty of water all season, but are quite the outside world knowthe facts. It 1.|+
course $5 a share and which has hence due largely to the amount of vitality consumed by the ticks. In + + + + + +- + + + + + + + + .tt
Tex., passed a was said it would hurt business. The
\ a par value of $5. when the grass is not so plentiful they have a hard time
.__1_ This stock i k taken by the loan association -. diers in the street. enough material to support the ticks and keep blood flowing throujh gath- Chamber of Commeice, it is asserted, 'r. =-: =
I' one of them threw own veins in considerable always depreciated anything in the
)i- as additional security for the : resulting shortage of the calf crop. Un. COFFINSCASKETS
payment of the loan but when the loan struck the rear of their present condition of reduced flesh, some of these cows will fail nature of an exposure. But the people -
I I rected his driver to breed this season. And! a full line of
have now gotten to" the
:: is paid in full the association in turn point, according -

;t redeems the stock at par value. ed. He was met future / to those affected, where they Undertakers' Supplies
he ran into a saloon. development of Florida Life Preservation FirstA I are determined to have the row out.
-U As long as the loan runs the borrower best
Always oa hand. The ser
.t owns the stock though: the asso- As he ran, Henne very largely upon the calf temporary shortage of grass is not They say they are going after the

'!: ciation holds it and he gets dividendson one of the men call which at present Is restricted so important of itself if ticks are not operators and after the courts. Al- vice at th lowest prices. Special

y[ it to prosperity of I he's unarmed. Let's considerable extent by the pres present. Where the ticks are permitted ready they have found that Judge attention, to telegraph orders.
according te. to draw
; the limited
of on
cattle quantities
Inside the ticks.
H. M.
: Edwards
>>; S that particular association.The of blood a | recently conveyed to
poor cow converts from the RegisteredEmbalmer
.; national farm loan associations the bartender and trees often bloom freely, but rations she is able to gather the drain I!i I the Peoples' Coal company by deed .
to set much fruit '
other '
of owing to some
occupant certain coal
on her vitality property under Main
" are not private enterprises as might becomt's'ery burden- ave- DeWITT C. JONESSue'sr
' tance, but they condition or other destructive some, and the I I nue. They
: casually be assumed. They are created cow devotes all of her point to this in view ofI Co
: I by the new law as of its bar, leaving Henne beyond human control at energies to providing for her own life, I the fact that a long, hard fight hasf' to ;-G.: C. Livingston 4

S S machinery. Persons desiring part/ borrow groes, by that time I of bloom and the year's crop Is rather than making provision for off- II I been made by the people to preserve j $tarke, Fla.General .
to that spring. Nature
the doorway.The extent. takes care of life first. the streets from being I:
money under the provisions! of undermined, -i-
- little of mature cow which falls to Increased calf crop on one farm i''in I -
the law may be organized into suchan been increased group a calf each year lessens the or cattle ranch is not dependent upon which however. they have almost ;. -
by ten invariably lost.
general tick
of the crop, and the amount of eradication throughout the
I There will be created in the treasury I' same' regiment when on the investment in the herd entire district, but each cattle owner I In South Scranton, residents say, it InsuranceI

S '. department by the law a new bureau "> provost guard can influence the crop by eradicating is of common occurrence for the rep- FIRST
infantry rushed I expense for her upkeep through the ticks from his own herd. resentatives of coal represent none but
known the up
as federal farm loan bureau unfruitful Is companies to call ,
which will ': poured into the year practically as Start Tick Eradication Now at a man's home to him CLASS companies and will be
be notify
under the to vacate .
supervision as if she raised This is
a calf. an
: of federal men to quarter, the opportune time to make the house he has bought I constantly on the alert to promote
loan and
a board and eradication will help to solve I a start towards tick eradication paid :
: ;. here I their guns as clubs. i so for 'because the ).ou'r interests. Guarantee
will in
center general adminis- I problem so the matter of insur the cows will be entirely I free before company a day or
; tration of the system. The board will negroes out into the large calf crop rests within the the next breeding season. AW two will begin to mine under it. And, courteous treatment to all pa'

; consist of five members one of whom I inforced until perhaps of man. this is an opportune time to start so as these messengers:; explain, "some I trons. A well written policy by
\ 2o; or 30, the that the cows which hate bf, d) thioseason I thing might hacnen. firsti -
: will be the secretary of the treasury j the ticks all killed the -- -- --- -In.. nil. the.. a, a first-cia t agent in a
.: and the other four appointed by the regulars. Again can give their to plus will be able to use all the sur I cafes the peopleiiave heen 'powerless;; :: i class company sometimes meant
energy repro
president, with the advice and consent move on and failure of their kind and to nourish winter energy for increased they develop vitality this fall ofhe and ?I because their deeds grant the right I much in case of loss by fire.
lowed by the order
'. of the senate. Not more than before and after birth. calf crop. which is being developed to the coal companies to mine the coal

i two of these four men may belong to 1 Four of the mob Ticks Lower Vitality within them for next season's produc from under their foundations. H. C. RICHARD, Starke
the same political party. Each of the tion. Mines Safer Than Streets

L them will receive an annual salary of guard ammunition, a the cow is emaciated and has Vow "SafetF'irst": has become a worldwide Even the dead are not allowed to --_--

? 10000. i I II. I munition. at breeding time, the proba slogan in all lines of endeavor rest in peace in Scranton, according

I. :e Besides the board the act creates a are that her reproductive or wherp there is danger of injury from to a statement by John F. Durkan
F" system of federal land banks which Read the wiTl not respond and consequent- any this cau -e. It i* jut! as important in head of the Protect ire association. Recently PT1-
the will fail to state-wide cattle tick eradication -
f eraph- home produce a calf the
Ere expected.to bear somewhat the : year. campaign for tbe prevention of loss stood in the Cathedral cemetery ;

same relation to agriculture/ that the Such federal land person who has studied the on the calf crop. over a large opening, where 24 I Brokut&ls Duplitattd
1" '., regional banks created by the federal signaled by the of t.cks knows that the para Florida ought to have several times bodies had dropped into a mine below I I Sarre Day &s RtcicvcdW J
reserve and bear to commerce and in- I, ury as government the present number of cattle to con in a heap. At the little Indian church I Spdilae/ A" ,fal I Orders-W fly h*&
are insistent :
: dustry. The continental United States very upon getting sume the wasted forage crops. The in Dunmore he attended t 9_____ IO W. rORSYTH St -
their of business a funeral |
scope toll of blood so long as the cow cheapest! way to get increased --
and Alaska will be divided into herds where eight members tl
'- twelve limited by restrictions blood in her veins. is to raise stock from tick free of one family The Strong Withstand tile "

{ federal land bank districts and in each ,,' act. number of reasons are given by injuring! a much larger crop each lOws year, were laid side by side, the result ofa Summes Better Than thO W.

f' district the federal farm loan board i| Provision is also owners when the calf crop than is being obtained at present. gas explosion, caused by a mine Old pcoplewho: are feeble,and yO

will establish a federal land bank, tot tablishment of joint is unusually large but the If you do not own any cattle you cave.Many people who we weak.will be stren,

; ? handle the farm loan business of that I I for the business of important influence causing it ran help to arouse enthusiasm for cat. small prcperty holders have and enatled.to go through the :uc' I..tr
: ?: district insofar as it is transacted under : mortgages and for state is ticks which can be tle tick eradication because Increased! I been made bankrupt by the collapseof ing heat of rammer br tawgGrove's
1 i calf 1 It
crops mean increased Tonic.
1 Taslfless
the provisions of the new act. loan bonds. eradicated. : for prosperity their homes. They are compelled to bU1i' d
and and I
lttj.ri your community and for the state. make loans and enriches the blood fi
,\.. .. Ii -- disaster over- the whole system. &'oe.:1
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15Z5 ephone, ordering a hearse to meet I they are not as numerous\ a.they "

I of Florida in Short Paragraphs. him, and driving to a point which he BLACK LIST ISKEPTBYBRITISH BREATH I should be in Floridaj Other farmers

'- had evidently picked out, R. W. Hutch- buy hay and stili others do withoutit. 'J

inson, former chief gerdener for the Neither practic4 is profitable. .

Pennsylvania railway system, com- [ sure sign Northern farmers sometimes say that
C: Live State News 1A 1 mited suicide here by shooting him- BADIA f inactive they cannot afford to raise hay. That .t'

self. Hutchinson, who it is allegedwas ,biliousness is true, sometimes, for the price may
i--Toidb --- once inmate of insane be too low them for the trouble
an an asylum and to pay
I l Our Exchanges."lUAINESVILLE. J J .( telephoned to Mr. Marlatt, of the New York Exporters Tell How v similar disorders. Remove, the I of harvesting it. But in Florida the .t J

I East Coast Undertaking Company, cause in its early stages, do margin of profit, sweetened by freight i
I : -- ." ; -, h: telling him that he knew where there the Mistress of the Seas Has not allow the organs to get in rates, is always Hide enough to make !
I .-A military 'com- :\IADISOX.-Levy Bass and Ross I chronic state. A few doses of
was a dead body and to meet him and Interfered With Neutrals home production profitable. ,
I pany has been organized among the Carter of Moseley Hall reported in : he would accompany him on his mis- I Suppose that Northern hay is sellmg -

I students of the University summer the city Monday that one day last. sion. Marlatt met Hutchinson by ap- i DR. THACHER'St I I for $:'O a ton. Suppose again that

I school at Gainesville. "The University week in San Pedro swamp in Taylor. pointment and they drove to an old NEW YORK.-A number of mer- f the Florida farmer can produce a ton

; Rifles" is the name selected for county, a panther killed and devouredall wreck about five miles down the chants recently placed on the British t LIVER AND BLOOD i of hay for $10 to $1;). He could sell

the new company. but the hands and feet of Clayton Leach, Hutchinson then alighted, tell- black list for trading with the enemy I himself that hay at cost and Keep the .,

I McDonald, a young white man. They ing Marlatt to drive on and turn : have their headquarters in New York difference, which he would have to

BRADENTOWN. commissioners i also said that friends of the man, around and he would find the body ;i city. They expressed no surprise at SYRUP pay for northern hay in his pocket.

of Manatee county have levied a ;I worried over the failure to return, Hutchinson walked immediately be- this action. One importer said: will restore the affected That five or ten dollars is worth sav-

half nil! tax to be used for the promo- found his carcass in the swamp and hind an old house and in a few minutes ) "This blacklist has been in the to a healthy condition.It organs ing. It is probably also that the profit ;

tion of agriculture in that county. It watched for the panther to come back Marlatt heard the report of a' hands of bankers all over the world is a gentle laxative, purely would be greater since the price of

will amount to about $3,500 annually.\ and killed it. They stated that the revolver. Rushing to the scene he for a year, to my*personal knowledge. vegetable, tonic in effect. northern hay is usually higher than
animal measured 11 feet from tip to found Hutchinson dead. I have known for more than a year Search far and near and you $:!O and hay probably:; ran be producedin

tip. John Pickles was in town Tues- I that I, for one have been black listedI will not find a preparation to I Florida cheaper than $10 a ton.
TA IPAThe Tampa Tribune Pub- day and made the and this tried and true old .
same equal
report DE LAND.-Tuesday evening at am and have been for twenty yearsan P. II. Rolfs, dean of the Universityof
lishing Company has just purchaseda nothing more definite has as yet been seven o'clock great excitement American citizen. Not only has home tonic. Florida College of Agriculture,
whole block in the very heart of learned here. pre ) business which with Get a bottle today-put suggests that excess that be
vailed throughout the business sec- my was mainly any may
Tampa, and proposes at an early dateto I In convenient sizes, 50c and OJ'' will find market. ,
tion of the town. Long unused opera China, Japan and far eastern countries produced a ready
erect a fine building upon it, to be DE FUNIAK SPRINGS.-The Walton glasses, field glasses and telescopeswere I been broken off completely by seizureof Buyers do not care where hay is pro-

used as the home of the company, and : Land & Timber Company, J. D.- hurridly resurrected from their goods but I have been unable to duced if it is good. They will)) pay

for rental purposes. Russ and the Freeport Naval Stores resting places and pressed into ser- buy bills of exchange or in any other northern prices pius the freight and

Co., are heavy losers by the high water vice, for, floating high over the erst- way settle my affairs. Others have and the girl who cares, perhaps a few commissions for good

TARPON SPRI GS.-The sale of that has in many cases backed up over while calm little city, an aeroplanehad been unable to get bills of exchange Who mixes in life's busy whirl; home grown hay.A .

sponges on the local exchange Tuesday their boxes, washing out the gum and been sighted. Rigged out in all through me." Who made you feel better large acreage of melons and vegetables :

amounted to $20,400.: It is expec- injuring what is left. For some reas- the paraphernalia of the craft, with Seize Goods and Return Mail The minute you met her, have been harvested this.

ted that sales amounting to around on the turpentine that is made of the its monster searchlight turned full !I Alfred Richter, a trader with Chinese Because she was-that kind of girl! year. Any of that land which is not ",

! lCOi1o will take place tomorrow. gum after the exposure of water is upon the gazing citizens, the monsterof and Japanese merchants, made a occupied will yield! good returns if

i i The July catch is not as large as usual of a yellowish cast and must be clari- the air dipped and soared grace- similar complaint. SELL YOURSELF SOME HAY prepared for hay crops..

I but the prices for sponges is better fied, cutting down the already narrow fully. But then came the blow-for, "My goods have been seized at
i from the hands of Mr. R. E. Good- Hongkong and elsewhere regularly," WHY ENDURE :SUMMER COLDS?
| than a year ago. margin betwen cost and selling priceat Folks like bargains. If they can
j man and for the pleasure of little he said, "until I stopped doing busi- will It isn't necessary to have a stuffed
j present. A cyclone that fortunately buy at cost they often go to town
!I I TALLAHASSEE.The checks given I was narrow in its path struck northof Otto Erhart Hadley, had come this ness. My mail to my agents in Can- and load up with things they do not I head, running nose To cough your

! to Tallahassee girls who did the Claroy one day last week and destroyed wonder, which proved to be a toy bal- ton, Tientsin and other cities was returned need just because they are cheap. If I head off as it were. All you need to
I considerable timber. That loon born upward by the gas from to me. The reason, so far as the merchant placards his goods at
\ stenographic work for one Rev. S. do is to use Dr. Bell's Pine Tar-Hon
m f J. Catts here at the time of the official blown down was so badly split by be- burning cotton, which saturated with I can guess, is that once almost thirty cost he has no trouble in seling his I ey. The soothing unit healing lalsams

, coun*., have been returned from the ing twisted off that it cannot even be gasoline, furnished the light mistaken years ago"I was connected with a Ger- stock and a great many farmers take open the clogged air passages and ina a
The used for cross for the searchlight by the wonder- man firm. advantage of the great sacrifice that short time you get relief and starton
banks young lady typists ties ing sky Mr. Richter said he had ben a citi-
I gazers.BONIFAY.With be made in 30
were embarrassed because they must days. the road to recovery. Your nose
wanted the they had earned. I zen of the United States for twenty- It is funny that there are so many stops running, you cough less and you
I money ST PETERSBURG.-From St. Pet- a rainfall of over I five years. who never think ot selling themselves know you are getiirg better. Get a

ersburg comes the story of an alli- twenty-five inches in less than four John S. Scully of Zimmerman & something at cost. Take hay for in- bottle, use as directed. Keep what is

PENSACOLA. vast amount of I gator 12 feet and 2 inches long, said days, Holmes county last week suf- I Forshay, prominent German bankers, stance. Some farmers raise hay but I left as a cough and cold insurance. 2 5S

ii' mail matter was handled recently by to be the largest ever caught there, fered the heaviest loss by high watersin said: _.
the Pensacola postoffice force. The was captured at Salt lake. The saur- all her history. So far no lives I "All of the officers of our companyare --

train arriving last night brought all ian was not injured and now is in a have been reported lost in this county, American citizens. Of course

the mail that had accumulated at Flo- pen. It weighs 487 pounds and is but property damage, it is conserva- much of our- business has been done

maton since the storm and this was very lean. The hunters stuck a pole tively estimated, will exceed one hun- with Germany, naturally, but for sev- '

hauled to the office and work of distribution down the alligator's hole. The ani- dred thousand dollars. Hundreds of eral years we have had business rela-

began. The forces worked mal grabbed it and the men snaked it heads of hogs and cattle along the tions with England and many of her PURE ICE

all night and by this morning at 11 out and bound its feet, tied its head Choctawhatchie streams were swept colonies, as well)) as other countriesnow

I o'clock had boxed all the mail. It put it in a delivery car and broughtit away and whole farms in the forks of included in the war and those I Is Made Out of Steam Steam 11
that Persons intimate with which have held aloof." a
consisted of ten or fifteen automobile to city. Wright's creek and river were inun-

a loads. the habits of alligators declare that it I dated for two days or more. Familieswere Cables Interfered With I Generated From Water and Purified Heat.

Ii ____ -' probably will not eat before October, left without food supplies and "We are considering means of tak-
? now that it has been taken into capti- from ing the matter up with the state de-
! Mr..UlI.-The agitation for the vity. Hunters are said to have triedto I many which were rescued they had been perilous forced positions to partment within a day or two," said Ice made from well water is no cleaner

'N Torrens law of land registration was capture the big 'gator many times, I take because of the rising waters. Oscar Geubelman of Knauth, Nachod than the water itself. Limes, Chlorides,
begun by the North Miami Improvement which was well known to those who & Kuhne, bankers. "We feel that we
'I association, of which Mr. Bakeris Crops generally throughout the coun- Nitrates, Sand or any germ-life found in
Salt lake and it showed been unfairly discriminated
frequent sev- have
ty have been damaged at least twentyfive -
prE'sidentnd when the delegates will "go.over" into Raw-Water
eral scars which are said to be bullet cent and in sections against. We have information that
u to the convention of the East Coast per some interferedwith.
wounds. cent. Miles of fenc- many of our cables were
told of probably fifty per
Chamber of Commerce were
washed and
ing growing crops
law voted away
the features of the they
Charles Hardy, a metal importer,
left the of cat
I for its:, practically unanimously. Un- BONI FAY.-Death stared several I were at mercy range said the only reason he could thinkof IT IS PURE AND WHOLESOME. ;
der the Torrens law, in force in several Bonifay boys in the face last Saturday I for the presence of his name on the

I northern states, the securing of I evening when they were swept list, was that he had been cabling
I an expensive abstract every time apiece from the railroad right-of-way in the ST. AUGUSTINE.-The body i f a money to relatives in GermanylRead I IT LASTS LONGER

Ii of property is sold will not be flood below the city, became entangledin white man was found in the marsh of I a

necessary. a barbed wire fence and spent more San Sebastian river opposite Barnard A

than an hour in the water before they street. The face was so disfiguredit the Telegraph. Starke Ice CompanyThe
succeeded in extricating themselves was impossible to establish the iden- a
D.-\P.TOW.-Final plans have been TIlE CTRL WHO IS MOST WORTHWHILE
from the swift current. Emmett tity of the unfortunate man. Several
Adopted and contract awarded for the I
I Johnson was the first to be swept off nights ago a man was chased in North
Peace Creek Drainage District} of
| his feet while trying to cross a swift City by several residents who found
Polk Fla. offices at Bartow.
County, I place in the current. He was hurled him trespassing on private premises.The The following verses have been copied ,
!: The supervisors have approved plansan against a barbed wire fence below the indentity of the fugitive was not I by many periodicals during the -- t
specifications by C. G.! Elliot of t
11 i 11 ight-of-way: and not being a good discovered, but it was stated that he past year with "selected": or "ex-
the Elliot & Harman Engineering Co. I
; swimmer was unable to get out. Price had jumped into the river and attempted change" attached to them. Their reproduction -
Peoria, 111., and Washington, n. C.:I
Hickman, Mack Alford and Wilmer to swim to the opposite bank. in a number of Florida
and awarded the construction con- Terry went to his assistance. The As to whether the body discovered this papers has excited much admirationand

tract will be to twenty-two his company.miles The long main to canal the I boys were unable to get back to the morning is that of the man who was I' pleasing comment. It has only Safe Investment ; i iIn

i track and finally succeeded in swimming pursued there is no means of ascertaining recently been learned that the authoris
center of the District, and there will
j to some trees belowthe track. as in neither instance was the Mrs. Knott, of Tallahassee, the
be 120:! miles of laterals etc.. to re I'I'I
: Then two of the boys made their way I indentity established., ) : inquest was trifttd wife of the state comptroller.The .
claimlS.Ot.iO of land for forage
acres .o shore and procured assistance. All required( as the body bore no evidence inspiration of the verses is a Flor-

and truck crops. I were thankful W be out alive when I' of foul play. The remains were turned I' ida-born product, and there are others nine cases out of ten money is required if one is

they returned: to Bonifay later Saturday I over to Undertaker Ponce for bur like her growing daily into the world
OCALA.-Thirty !live boys ret one night. .. ial. He was unable to restore the fea- and its work. to take advantage of opportunity.
morning recentlyat 10:"O o'clock at I tures and all efforts to determine the To the fairest girl r

the office of theMarion County Board : indentity: of the man wer abandoned' and the rarest girl,

of Trade to tart what bids! fair to be I WFOIW\ll.LE.-SheriIT An- as nothing on his person indicated who To the girl of innocent mirth; I The individual who invests in the Time Deposit issued Y p
Morrison of
i county
of the i CHS
one most important movementsever he wive.TAMIAr. To the neatest girl
started in that 'ounty-the pig ;' was shut and seriously injured saturday and the sweetest girl, by the Bank of Starke is prepared to '
club the standardization of I night by John Raiker who cscaprd. -
work and for And the grandest girl on earth!
lyingiJle a
hogs to the, of the | Raiki-r and several young nuiii I"
extent making coun- from unusual opportunities his securities
week, because of being driven grasp ; are
i in difficulty in the early |i
ty famous for one breed. The boys i hud engaged a the fishing grounds off Key West by To the purest girl .I,
who will Le members of the pig club :evening, when the sheriff persuaded'Ii I i and the surest girl, always negotiable, dollar for dollar. Our Officers 1
i Raiker is said to I II I
Raiker to home.
ne:11'1a1l members of the go
corn schoon-er To the girl who is not afraid;
club. There about forty-one membersof I have remarked "I will go, but will you I cordially invite consultation the above ="I
ventured out again, in the hope that To the :gravest girl on
the pig club all told!: and thirty being I lite here when I get back? The slurl better luck be encountered thanon and the bravest girl .
preientt, the meeting made a i l itF replied that he would. Raikor I may made question. P
the last trip. Jaiin Savarese, proprietor And the: best girl ever ;
fine showing.FT. soon returned with a shot gun whi/n! .
of the Savare.se Fish Company,
he had taken from the home of a
that Agliana and his To the funniest girl I A
:states: Captain
the ts
neighbor and discharged cont ;
PIERCE.-Approximately .tiO: I new reported that the schooner was I and the sunniest girl,
carloads "f pineapples have lien shipped -, I at the: sheriff. He then ran, threw the followed by hundreds of sharks, and To the girl that's most worth while; '
the of the home from
yard i
from :St. Lucie county during th e,, gun which it had been taken and escaped. that they were forced to return to Who fills her place Bank of Starve
exclusive of impossibility with a winsome grace, ,
presenteason, express I Several months Raiker killed a port, profitable fishing being an -
shipments at the rate of several hundred ago Sheriff because the sharks devoured And conquers the world with a smile! I I .
worked for
: j negro man
crates daily. Express shipment: trial in Tallahassee, the fish as fast as they were Starve Florida
I Morrison: but on ;
from Ft. Pierce, now average about 10; I was found! to have committed the deed caught, and a good 1 part of the time To the girl who wears i 1 :-: I IIx
crates daily. The bulk of the cro gobbled the bait, taking hook and all, and the girl who dares,
in self defense.
has been, shipped and shipments e i in many instances. Mr. Savarese Who seeks no admiration; I _)COOOOI < i

now beirg made at the rate of only al L I said that Captain Agliana) declared To the steady girl

few carloads daily. While the produc. i i DO IFA Y.-.J. 1.. Phillips, in tryi the sharks were in greater numbers and the ready girl. ,I

tion has been far below normal, price;; i '- tn cross Allisra'.or cif.x, is reporteil than he had ever seen them before. And the best girl in creation! I --H

ha\e been fairly good throughout th> I' to have spent Saturb. ni; nt ona "Captain Agliana told me" said Mr. Ii II i

$eaon.: and the quality of the frui t log; in the oreek. Quick work in get- Savarese, "that at one time there To the shyest girl I

much better than last vear.HE :ell'!! cut the trash: \?'\ logs at the culvert ; !- must have been fully a thousand of and the spryest girl, i B. Z. MATTHEWS {
at the depot probably, saved it them about the W. D. Cash. Some of To the girl who can hold her own;

FUNIAK SPRl GS.-The an,. a.'il\ the water an"! : i'-:;!''I r. li:art. The the sharks being from fifteen to eighteen To the growing girl

nual wool sale last Fridaybrought! II i tiil'r came within !sir! > mono tf '1,3 feet long, and they could not 1 t.e and the knowing girl. Artesian JVell Driller
.1 t.ad". Water was "iw fet Jeep in frightened To the girl who can stand alone. i
) away.
Practically all the sheep men of
on county here and something lik<, | I'ickr.m's blacksmith shop} Sat..nhy I have had twenty-four years experience in
a dozen representatives of buyers an d i I Morning and reached up to the floo"rI"n A HACKING COUGH WEAKENSTHE :; To the brightl'st'irl
Chief and the rightest girl,
Mr. Mahoon's residence.
the present condition of the wool mar- SYSTEM Nell drilling in Florida.I .
ket ., j was out with a big force :\Ioni To the girl that's always kind;
I lendiri? unusual interest to thi Don't suffer with a hacking cough
repair ing' town bridges. :22:!::! wove Who meets divisions
i Hilay
occasion. The bidding started at 3 II to satisfactorily complete all
I summoned on street tax for work. The that has weakened your system-get with bold decisions, guarantee
cents cents and went by five an ten points until it reached up $35.05 pe r I' L. & N. Railroad started a force of a bottle of Dr. King's New Discoveryin And fearlessly speaks her mind. .CONTRACTS==

hundred it men working Saturday on the wash- use over 40 years, and benefittingto
pounds at which price wa S
knocked off to Harvey Bros., of Mob_ outs. The culvert below the turpentine all)) who use it the soothing pine To the girl of nerve Raiford. :-: Florida 4
plant was the first job. The next big heal the irritated air Who can live and serve,
de. balsam tar -
Delivery of all the first shearinj
g \
started at the trestle. Some 301 Her world-wide sisters and brothers; J
: job
is to be made July 14. and the rem '' passages-soothes the raw spots,
yards of the tracK was washed off the To the fearless girl
nant thirty days later, Mr. Cawthoi n loosens the mucous and prevents rack- and the peerless girl
load bed.VET. ,
assuming to weigh: the last lot withou t ing the body with coughing. Dr. And the girl who can live for other I -
expense to the buyers. The wool a tl -
Florala will be delivered on the following I P \D BEACH.-After caiir.g -. King's New Discovery induces natural who shares Read The Tetegraph1.50 per year.
day. up a local undertaker on ,the tel sleep and aids nature to cure you. 2 To the girl I, i



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I they fill so slowly that stock have i I PREVENTION OF INFANTILE A STARKEUI> COMES TO

Bradford County Telegraph plenty of up time to getaway from the PARALYSISTo I High School EssayJust Tin: i BO.NT

floods. We live at the head of a -

Published Weekly, and entered as second stream system and water can never control the present epidemic of I Every Starke Hcndent Should Read

accumulate to any damaging extent infantile paralysis, according to a What a Neighbor sayS
class matter at the post-office
3 I before it has left our boundaries. The statement issued by the United States --
Starke Florida. before the close of the last vention of its people. By these facts
water runs away from us, not towardus. Public Health Service to day, the I I Mrs. M. Johns, Starke
term of Starke High School, the W. T. it is shown that the constitution wasa says: "i
t chain of infection between persons was bothered by kidney
.1 k E. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner Those who study such things find harboring germs of the disease and Week's Chapter U. D. C., offered a compact between the states as Sov- suffered from backache disorders and and
for the best Jefferson The Federal government being severe
prize on
H. E. LAGERGREX, Associate Editor"Kultur" that about a hundred years ago, prob- the well members of the community essay pains in my limbs. I used two
for the transac-
I Davis the requirements being: common agent boxesof
ably in conjunction with the general should be broken. Infantile paralysisis within Doan's Kidney Pills: with the
earthquake in 1811, we had a rain probably caused by a very minute ((1)) The essay shall not exceed eight tion of their common of results. They relieved the best
be horse medicine, the limits of the given it by i kidney
a power
a may storm of such magnitude that signs organism found in the nasal, mouth pages foolscap. difficulty and removed the
but to those who can stand it it cer- I of it are still visible in places. But and bowel discharges of those who ((2)) To give the life of Davis. these states. The new states that pains." (Statement given backacheand

t tainly imparts a lot of "pep." I I even should such a storm recur, itt have the disease or who are carriersof ((3)) To clearly vindicate President were admitted into the Union inheritedthe 10, 1911.) March

e I much under Davis of charge of treason and complicity states sovereignly and were plac-
I could not damage us as the germ without themselves suffering Over Three Years Later
Two Cleveland men: who signed only with the original
the new order of things the water from the ailment. All of the in the death of President Lincoln ed on equal footing Mrs Johns said: "Doan's
i in letter to
their initials a Kidney
would pass away through the drains steps in the spread of the 'infectionare and of cruelty to Federal prisoners states. Pills hadODo me a lot of
periodically good
a newspaper that they were wives.-Press < and streams almost as fast asit fell. not known but if this germ can be in Andersonville prison. I The main objects of the Constitution I recommend them as highly and
-; spanked by ,:I The violent tropical showers which prevented from passing from the infected (4)) That full credit be given for of the United States were, "to ever." now as

Di?patch. Give 'em fall here at times never do damageas to the well person, the disease quotations used. I( establish justice, secure domestic Price 50cit ail dealers.

I + They deserve spanking. the land is not sufficiently hilly to will cease. One error was made in the subject ]I tranquility, provide for the common ak for a Kidney Dontsimply

It more of it. the itself-in instances-but the defense and promote the general welfare remedyget
suffer from wash and water never Infantile paralysis is not a diseaseof some Doan's Kidney Pills-the
I I II rises beyond the stream valleys. itself so well followed the sub- j of the people." When the laws !same that
I A Chicago preacher is quoted as recent origin. Sporadic or scattered I essay Mrs. Johns has twice publicly

4', saying "I believe in the baptism of Farms, roads, railroads, buildings and cases have occurred throughout the ject assigned that the Historian asked (! passed by these United States were mended. Fust Milburn Co., props reeom-

; blood-that death in battle atones for human and animal life are safe from country for many years but is is that the judges overlook this point, t for the benefit of one section of the Buffalo, X. Y. ,

fi all previous sins and that the souls of the elements in Bradford county. The only during the last decade that the as it arose through!; a misunderstanding. !'country and detrimental to the other, ---------- 29
j in the is 200 feet ':'is the Constitution serving the pur- -------
warriors straight to heaven." But highest point county infection has assumed epidemic pro- could not procure any evidence. ,
go They
r what about Christian ministers who and the lowest probably not below 130 portions in the United States. The The subject given was Jefferson pOSe for which it was originated ? Is tried to bribe WUz; with his own life

preach such a doctorine? Where doC feet above the sea. level. present epidemic in Xew York City, Davis but asked that special emphasis ''it not the "inaleniable rights" of the if he would implicate Davis, but Wisz
on account of its magnitude and viru- be given his vindication. There suffering sections to withdraw from
they go- ommoner. THE )I.XI1E.D was enough of a gentleman to reply
t 'ence, has awakened the residents of were six contestants from the eleventhand the compact? "Mr. Davis had nr thing to do with :

W. E. Bradley, formerly of the -" many communities to the danger of twelfth grades. I, Because of the Berlin and lila'mdecrees or what was done at Andersonville me,

Stuart Messenger, is now the editor The "Man Ahead! Did you ever the importation of the disease into The essays were all so good that it the orders in council, the embargo and I will not, even to save my

e and manager, .t; well as part owner honestly figure out how he got there ? their own midst. This danger is real, has been a difficult task to arrive ata act and the war of 1812: it became life, give false testimony against own

\ of the Stuart Times. The businessmen Is it not a fact that in a majority of but if due precautions are exercised it decision as to which essay excelledthe ( almost impossible for the people : innocent man.'' an

t of the town own the balance of cases he came up the back stairs of i is believed that the epidemic will sub others. J of the whole country to get manufac- I If the prisoners failed to .M
I of the front get their
I the paper and the former publisher, industry instead elevatorof side.The I First a committee was chosen from !: tured articles that were necessary, and full rations and had only those of inferior
"Bill" Stevens, has sold out. The idolence? actual control of the present three towns in the state. Composedof ;! at that time it was against the laws quality, the Confederate soldiers

Times under its new management is I Is the "Man Ahead" the one who epidemic must be left to the city, members of Kirby-Smith: Anna { of England for any of its machineryi fared exactly the sane
neat and newsy and has ample adver- tries to see how much time he can put State and Federal health authorities. Dummett and Martha Reid chapters.This i to be sent to this country. For these This condition v'as the result of way.the

tising patronage. A new c 'linderpro.s into his work, rather than how much These organizations will properly committee did not agree. reasons all the Americans decided toencourage Federal policy of destroying and de-

and linotype machine will soon' work he can put into his time? quarantine and care for affected per- I Two citizens of Starke were then and uphold manufacturingin vastating wherever they could reach in

be' installed. Success to Bro. Bradley.The Is he the man who makes it neces- 'ons. prescribe sanitary measures and added to the committee. This addi- New England. The leaders of the order to starve the Confederates into

sary to employ another to see to it limit as may be necessary the travelof I ion resulted in a tie; two of the committee South were the first in helping to passa submission. The deaths jn the

editor of a local paper can't find that he honestly performs the duties individuals in order to protect were for No. 6 and two for No. tariff for the protection of our manufacturing prisons three southierr -

out everything that happens. Don'tthink for which he is paid? neighboring districts from the infec- 1, and one for Xo. 3. industries which were in j less than the were deaths over in the per cent

that because your name does not Is he the man who wastes material, tion. Individuals and communities, Still another was added to the committee Xew England. In the course of time resulting from northern .
I prisons,
appear in the paper that you are intentionally misplaces tools, leaves unnecessary however, can do much toward their and a decision was finally reachedin the restrictive laws of England were the control of the authorities.
slighted. We try to get lights burning 'and utterly ignoresthe Medicine
own protection. favor of Xo. 6. repealed and there was no longer!; a declared
. every item of local news, yet it is impossible rights and comforts of others? Poliomyelitis is probably spread directly Xumbers one and two, following in need of this "protective tariff" The and was the South could a contraband of
I to pet them all. You could Is he the man who considers it be- war get no medi
the med- close succession.
through had
or indirectly, New England states gained a cine. The Federal
help us out in this matter if you will neath his dignity to do the little things ium of infective secretions. Account There was great diversity of opinionbut firm foot-hold and were flourishing, government refused -
j to exchange sick and
: I only tell us what you know. You may which everybody considers nobody's must! therefore be taken by commun- the three essays were highly praised but the North was too pleased with condition when woundedon

., neglect this, taking for granted that duty? ities of every means by which such in varying degrees, according to the arrangements and could not secit ( any even told that
: because know it the editor does Is he the who is not willing to I, the southerners were unable to proi .
you secretions are dis emi ated. Promiscuous the opinion of the judges. in the right light The Nt therners'and | for the
vide She
also. In this you are often mistaken. learn something from anyone, and to i prisoners. even re
4 expectorations should be con ) Some of the other essays received southerners lath carred their

, t We appreciate our friends telling us share his knowledge with everyone ? trolled. The common drinking cup complimentary mention, and all gave ; products, : by sea ;,! the same town for fused south to without carry for men. out of the
I e.hange.
i news items they know.-Bartow Rec Is he the man who believes that affords a method for the interchange i I proof of the excellent English work nvirl>i-ting. Thnoithern mar was al-I'1, southerners the
. I ord. "Efficiency" means no more than the of material of this nature and should i done under Miss Leola Faulk, the English I kneed t r, land his l' 'oduct; duty:! irce. were to prisoners.In .
North where there
; was
-- I plenty,
t ability to shift responsibility onto oth- therefore be abolished. Rigid clean- teacher of last term.
A West Florida carries Tn j Luc the routhernor was -eiaired toVnvt the prisoners starved
paper were and cruelly
and from under" him- I
large type at thetop of its first page self ers "get: out liness of glasses and utensils at soda | The Chapter greatly appreciatesthe I cr.e-fortieth of hU; produces in' punished, not only with the knowledgebut

contemplating ? fountains, in saloons and other public interest shown by the High 'I '.',p ,ir-.om hou<;(>. Everything carried -
the following "If are under the orders of
: : you Is he the man who knows the E. M. Stanton,
home it will places should be enforced. Flies I School. in southern ships was taxed for
buying a pay you Secretary of War.
of no other tool than the "hammer, roaches and other vermin by coming | On opening the envelope. containingthe the of the northern citi-
I to come to K-. In looking over the and tune the "anvil chorm' "protection" But there is no need of all these
save in contact with infective secretions, and numbers of the contes- After twelve the
names ten
what the town has to offer zen. or years
I I paper to see of discontent ? I lines to vindicate Davis from the unjust
the homeseekers we find just three Isn't it after all the behind" may possibly convey them to our food I I tants, it was found that Xo. 6, the :I I protest of the southern states effected charges of his enemies,, for the
t home ads being realty and thus directly bring about the development -j i successful contestant, was Miss Mildred a compromise which lessened but did
one a company, who makes the "man ahead" Federal (court confessed his innocenceby
r pos- of disease. Therefore eliminate Crosby; Xo. 1, Homer Limbaughand not abolish this tax. i
another was a title company and the sible? Plate :Makers Criterion. i I' j refusing to rive him trial and allowing ,
other ad was for a pressing club. Now insects. Street and house dust ; Xo. :3, Edith Warren. I Fifteen years before the war is i is' ; him to vindicate himself and

who in the thunder would want to buya WAR AXI J) COMMERCE I hear a definite relation to the spread] Following is the essay written by officially stated by the treasury department his people.

home in a town that did not have a i. of many infections and it }js not un- I| Miss Crosby, which the Chapter takes I in Washington,: that hv the tariff -

store in it ? Why a South Florida Some time of reasonable to presume that they may pleasure in showing the public: then in force the self-supporting CHURCH SALE

t cemetery is livilier than such a town ago representatives be a factor in the dissemination of Jefferson Davis industries of the United State:; were
the Entente allies met to confer about
as that.-Florida Advocate fantile paralysis. Maintain in-I Jefferson Davis, an American states- annually taxed in this direct way I
t how to regain and hold their trade
cleanliness of streets, yards and alleys man, and President of the Confederate : $80,000,000. Xone of this money going The ladies of the Episcopal church !

THE ORPET CASE after the war ended, and it was decreed in order to prevent the breeding of insects I States, was born in Todd to the treasury of the government will sell cakes and pies Saturday afternoon ,

.. to do everything possible to and other vermin. See that all county, Kentucky, June 3, 1808. A I I but into the pockets of the July _9-begining at 2:30: 1
freeze out the Central allies and the
Ii The Orpet trial at Waukegan, 111., neutral countries. The Central allies garbage and waste are properly cared I I few years after his birth his father "protected" manufacturer. The South o'clock-at A, M. Darby's store.

which ended last week with the acquittal have likewise their for and collected at regular and fre- moved to Mississippi Territory and he more over complained of the unequal
of Orpet, was one of those occurrences do all they signified to hurt the quent intervals. Guard all food sup- grew up as a citizen of :Mississippi.At distribution of the public expendi MISS MAKIi: LIVINGSTON EXj .

I which come periodically to ,. of the Entente can allies and commerce the- plies, especially milk and other per- the age of sixteen he entered West tures. For every mile of sea coast in j j I TEKT.UNS

sicken and disgust the American pub- neutrals. However, the interdepen- ishable products. Digestive troubles Point and graduated in 1828. After the north there were four miles in the I I
of children arising from the ingestionof I his graduation he served seven yearson south the I Last
lic. Many of those who followed the dence of the countries of the world yet north had four dockyards Monday evening the beautiful
I of trial believe that food of questionable quality the frontier, where the Indians had the south's home of
progress the upon each other makes the freezing may I to one. Vast sums ,,I Mr. :ard Mrs. G. C. Livingston

young Orpet is a conscienceless and out (supposing the conferees lower resistance. Assemblies of child- become unfriendly and troublesome.; of money had been used for the northern '!r was the scene of a delightful party '

( consummate scoundrel who really com I should process live to their agreements]) ren in affected localities are to be discouraged -, 1835 he resigned his commission, but little for the southern defense. given by :Mis Marie Livingston, in

mitted the deed he was accused of, much easier up to decide upon than to if not actually forbidden. I returned home and married a daughterof The more dangerous southern coasts ,, compliment to }her house guests, Missi ,

and the jury has often been censured executeOf/ the neutral countriesthe While the above measures are in a Colonel Taylor. He cultivated cot- were poorly lighted and were never i i es Marguerite Manning and Aileen

for acquitting him. Yet the jury could United States has little to fear, general, and applicable to many epi- I ton until 1845 when he became a con- even surveyed by the government until Cramer, of Waldo.

hardly do otherwise, for in the absence -I for what we have to sell can in some demic diseases, their importance gressman.; He re-married that year, the northern ship owners were I The time passed happily while the

of absolute certainty it was bet- cases not be supplied from other should not be overlooked. his first wife having died a few months furnished good charts for navigatingtheir guests played ,games: and at the close

ter to lean toward the side of mercy, j sources, and in others they can be sup- Individual preventive measures may Ii Iibe after their marriage. At the begin- waters and entering their har- of the evening the gracious hostesf 1&'"

as declaring men guilty on circumstantial plied by us to more satisfaction than thus summarized: ning of the Mexican war he left con- bors.The served ice cream and cake. %

; evidence alone is a very risky by any other countries. Summon a physician at once and "ress and went as colonel of the 1st population of the north had become The fortunate guests of the evening

I. action. I That Germany, for one has intention immediately notify the health officer :Mississippi Regiment. He won dis- so great, because of the number were Misses Marguerite Manning and I'
If Orpet really was guilty of first i to restrict trade with no the- of_ the.___ presence of__ the_n_ _diseasE._____. .If. thE".._ ; I tinction as a brave officer under Gen. of foreigners- -__ induced to__ settle: there, I Aileen Cran-ei', of Waldo. Stella'GaJ.

wronging a girl who loved him not United States has been well illustratedby disease is present in the community, Taylor. After his return from Mexico that the south had lost all power in lagher, of Savannah, Gladys Gardiner,
wisely but too well, then desertingher I I medical aid should be sought whenevera he was elected to the United States in
her desperate action of sendingan Congress, every branch of the government -I Ruth French, Florence Matthews, Ella ,
then killing her to get rid of her I undersea freighter to us laden with child is sick no matter how light the Senate and he became the leader of the and left at the mercy of an Hay Long, Emma Powell, Inez and :
and using most fiendish ingenuity in illness; many cases of infantile Southern party in the slavery and
per- \\aIJ.
I goods we are in great need of, and unscrupulous majority for the rightsin Clara :Moitt. Messrs. Harold
trying to let it appear that she killed buying from us what we have in alysis begin with a slight indisposition. tate rights question. He was Secretary the Union. In 1860 the Xorth elected Jim KickliU-r Guy Prescott, Drayton

I t herself, he will bear the mark of Cainas II abundance but which Germany lacks, Should the illness prove to be f of War during Pierce's administration I their section President Abraham Colley, Francis Halligan, Everett

long he lives. He not have, infantile paralysis, isolate the patientand and while holding that posi-
as may I and using it as a return cargo. More I' Lincoln. The southern states now re- Waide, George White, Charley Bean ;

a conscience to accuse him, but his such shiploads have been promised, place a competent person in tion made many improvements in mil- fused to remain in the Union, the. Icy, Homer Limbaugh, Allen Canon.
fellows will shun him and his guilt charge. Reduce all communicationwith itary tactics. When the Southern | Xorth .
I and they will come for Germany fears having: control of the govern- Carl Colley.
will rise before him wherever he the sick room to minimum. states seceded, he resigned from the
may that necessity will teach us how to I ment. To add to the just indignationof .
I' I be, not from remorse but from fear produce certain chemicals and dye Hospital care is preferable, not only Senate and was made President of the the South, the northern people be- DEATH OF INFANTThe

.i of being suspected, and he will have stuffs which she has hitherto supplied for the child but in order to better Confederacy. During the war he gan to tamper with the negro and interfere -

:, no rest. Better death than such a and wishes safeguard against the spread of the : showed good judgment and devotion in the domestic
to in !
I supply the future affairs of the little old son of Mr. d
life. disease. The sick should ba well to principle. "He 5-year
room was especially anx- South. the
Even that has made Finally
one cargo aggressive spirit east
and Mrs Geo. Strickland, living a
t/ ventilated and screened. Nasal and ious to mitigate suffering and
sorrow in
", i NO FLOODS IN BRADFORDt much difference in certain industries mouth secretions should be received in I' caused by the war." the Xorth came to the South mur- of Starke, did Monday, July 24, ofI
here, for Bahama logwood, used for dered the citizens, encouraged the buried
t cloths, placed in a paper bag and I At the close of the war, Davis with slaves to rise I cholera ir.fa itum and was
dyeing, before the Deutsch- up and burn and pillage Thr
; When we read of the great damageto land's arrival burned. The clothing of the child, his family and .few soldiers and from their I I Tuesday at 1 KLngsley cemetery. o
cost $50 per ton, is now masters. The leader
was sympathy t
. farms, crops, timber, railroads, the bed linen, and the excretions friends was going from Washington, :. bereaved parents have the
down to ?5 per ton. It is to be hoped caught, tried and hanged, yet most
fri dirt roads, etc., Mill the los* and inconvenience that future cargoes will include pot- should be disinfected in the same man- |! Georgia, and traveling south through. northern people regard him of all
as a martyr -
:, r caused by rainstorms in 1 I ash for fertilizer.Yet ner as for typhoid fever, that is by I that state. On May 9, 1865, they' in a religious cause. FL

' _. Wost Florida, we feel! praK-ful over j it behooves us to do everything boiling, the long continued applicationof reached the vicinity of Irvinville, Can you blame the southern peoplefor (
:. living in a part of the state which, | 5 per cent carbolic, or other well ., which was a territory exempt from
possible to hold our foreign trade and 'j! wishing to withdraw from such r.
unlike West and South Florida, is out recognized disinfectant. The same is''1 capture, and camped for the night. Union a
reach out for more. Xow is the timeto ? Yet Davis and the rest of
of the path of storms. But even if I true for dishes and drinking vessels The next morning, just at dawn, a par- the
. act while the war lasts. While the j I southern leaders tried to effect
..': t; ,'iolentnJ protracted rain storms Nurses should exercise the same pre- ;::: ty of Union soldiers captured the I a
has been ir
I|I fighting going on in Europe compromise that would heal the
should strike us, they could only do inconsiderable the cautions as regards cleanliness of the camp. Mr. Davis was then carried to breach.
manufacturers there have not been But no 1 h
compromise could be [
: The is (I hands in for infantile Macon CHEK-NEAS
damage. caring and
reason I paralysisas from there to Fortress
I idle, but have worked until they have found to satisfy the "injured" north 1t /
I. in Bradford county's happy situation?IA for those afflicted with other ini i Monroe, where he was imprisoned on ,
1 immense stocks of goods, which will and secession was the
' lying on the talus of Tail Ridge, the [ be thrown the market fectous diseases. i, May 19, 1865. Here he was kept for the southerner. only way opento
upon as soon The seceding of
back-bone of the state with a con the A child may convey the disease to two years and never given the semblance their
as war stops. forefathers from the COFFEES r
', stant slope from the ridge on the east'' --- I others even after a lapse of several of a trial. Empire had British lt
set southerners
toward the west. With the exceptionof SHOULD SLO.\ 'S LINIMENT GO I weeks For this reason quarantine |! Davis was and has been accused of example and which -- a- good lf
Santa Fe river south I should be maintained for :'being, traitor. by rights left
our boundary, ( ALONG: a considerable a But was he ? When them by their forefathers
and Olustee creek, our west boundary, period, usually from six to eight :; the thirteen original colonies threw they had aright .Best By EveryTes
Of should '
i coarse it For after a to do. Was Davis traitor
('wrone of our streams may be said I weeks, and the above precautions :: off their allegiance to Great Britain a be- fr
to head within the strenuous day when your muscles have should be adhered cause he was chosen leader by these _
.. county, and they to during this time. they became and were recognized by
are therefore, too short to accumulate been exercised to the limit an application Disinfection of the room following Great Britain as separate and independent states, that had withdrawn '
much water before they debouch into \ of Sloan's Linament will take recovery is advisable. states. Each state being separately a of disagreeable their compact, as President THE rLORmAMETALP i SMANUFACTURE .

E the boundary streams. New river, the soreness and stiffness away and I I,I named in the treaty that ended I withdraw from Confederacy ? If you ,.;

. ? which carries immense amounts of. in fine LOOK GOOD-FEEL GOOD .,, the Revolutionary "The a partnership because f
shape for the war. articlesof
'get you morrow. I your partner is not fair
< : f water at times, has a deep valley, You should use it for a sudden attack j No one can either feel good or look ,,I Confederation" which were drawn start a business for and just, then METAL
. (1' t: f capacious enough to hold all, and the good while suffering from between the yourself, are your
r of toothache, sttff neck, backache ; constipation. > up states and ratified by I I employees traitors CEILINGS
f Santa Fe and Olustee have for sources Get rid of that them to the first busi- ,
stings; bites and the many accidents tired, draggy?, in 1781 declared that "each state ness? Xo
'..e' lakes, which rise but slowly, and their that are incidental to a vacation. "We lifeless feeling by a treatment of Dr. retains its soverignity, freedom and in Davis they are not and neitherwas CULVERTS, SHINGIE5 -f

: .:I valleys are ample to care for all water ,i would as soon leave our baggage as I King's New Life Pills. Buy a box dependance," and the constitution of I only was Davis a traitor to the Union. Xot "<

f k ever likely to come into them. The ', go on a vacation or camp out without today, take one or two pills tonight. the United States which was drawn traitor charged with being a :'".P

fall of the streams is from two tot Sloan's Linament. Writes one "3- In the morning that stuffed, dull. feel I soon after'this, was adopted by a convention up- I I prisoners", but also with "cruelty to the ffirw

.V three feet per mile, enough to carry :,cationist: "We use it for everything ing is gone and you feel better at | of the States. Each state the during the war between

L & away the water swiftly but not enough, from cramps to toothache." Put a I once 25c. at your druggist. 2 casting one vote proposing it asa the states assination and with "complicity with ItATEWAL :

I to cause impounding anywhere Xo bottle in your bag, be prepared and plan of government and then each enemies of Mr. Lincoln." His WRlTt TODAY D SeEtIAC

one lives in the stream valleys and have no regrets. 2 Read the Telegraph. i state ratifying it wished to destroy him on CATALOGUES QU0T'J
.. separately by a con- : these! Jnimped charges, but thy AGKSOM VIUK **' =




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Special Sale on Men's and Boy's GUARDSMEN ON THE BORDER I'I I i x.j
i Stationery an/Printing Record Books
Palm Beach pants at Stump's. LEARNING MANY NEW THINGS : Stationery and Printing: Ad.'ert tiing )
I YOU DEATHLY SICK 'Required by Law and raid for b>' .
I County -___ : 35<>'OJ .
Bits ofInformation Local Miss Kathleen Alvarez has been the (Continued From Page 1.) Commissions Paid to OtTu-ers / i
Tu Assessor -..'..__.__.,_____... IwOOJ ,
guest of Miss Hilda Lewis this week. Stop Using Dangerous Drug Tax Collector ____________________ iMO.OJ
of that old poem, "The Dandy Fifth," Clerk Circuit Court. K&oro.:n and 1
Before It Salivates You! General Court Work ,_._
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State Attorney A. V. Long was in and I knew that if the real test shouldme Expenses of Election _________.___ t-ii; >.o>i 1,.
Jacksonville Wednesday on legal bus- they would be found beside the It's Horrible. R8t'ffor Command- __ ,____ ::*'I.M

II c..1ftI o.. "..,.. &I"'UI ea6 iness. ".exans wherever duty called for men. You're bilious-, sluggish, constipatedand Total 1.>,:S'4 SO '
f'NlPUI" W Gsq.44 r.... Negro Guardsmen on the JobI ROAD FIND .<
J JEggs
believe you needle, dangerous Paid to County Comm I'.oaIDoIlfor .
Miss Caroline Richard has returnedto saw still another type of the na- ca.omel to start your liver and clean Road Inspection _____ _.__..______ :130).011 ;;,
her home in Jacksonville after a tion's defenders detrain at San Anto- bowels. Con.truction and Maintenance III Roads
your and Bridget
visit with relatives here. nio. It was the Eighth Illinois infantry Here's my guarantee! Ask your Cost of Material ______ .__________ 1.I.O
taken in trade at Sternberg's. Are negro dough-boys with their Tools and Machinery, i."iI and Repairs )
you looking for bargains? druggist for 50 cent bottle of Dod-
a _______,,______ -_ I')}.iI\I
/ Then try Sternberg's. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roberts and Mr. "Jaz band" of tinkling ram-a-tams. son's Liver Tone and take a spoonful Lite Stock, Cost and Cue and Feeding .

Hon. A. D. Andrews, of Raiford, and Mrs. A. C. Crews, of Graham, Uncheered but watched with more tonight. If it doesn't start your liver Paid for____u Free_____Labor'____u ,otner_______than___ iiO.oit .:.

was in Starke Monday Mr. W. H. Struth and family have were visitors to Starke Wednesday. interest and curiosity than another and straighten you right up better Guards _________._____ __________ I.IHM.IHI
moved back to Waldo. Adam Green guardsmen that had yet arrived, the than calomel and without griping or Pay of Convict Guards_____'___ l.i-oO.rtrt

Joe Hil: Williams, Esq., had legal will live on and take care of his place Mrs U. J. Beckham and little colored regiment, a long khaki centi- I making you sick I want you to go feeding Roads and_____Care_uu_Of_.___toimcu:__________on_ ,5;<>\). daughter, Katherine, of Hardeeville, pede, swung to its campground and back to the store and get I'at'merits on Account "'. UiccianretiConvicts
just of mon
in Jacksonville Saturday. west Starke. your
business I __ ___ _
Leased __ _____ UVMii
pitched into -
I S. C., are on a visit to her aunt, MissE. pup tents. In its ranks are Paid to Incorporated Olios and

S. Tison, at the home of )Ir. L. C. preachers, musicians, postal clerks, ey.Take calomel today and tomorrowyou Towns u________...' ____'__n_ 2flOrtm
You can find bargains at Sternberg's Miss Eva Powell and Mrs. Maud Powell.Mr. porters, bellhops, doctors, lawyers will feel weak and sick and nau- Reserved for Contmg enO!:,:.. -. 'u__ _l.t )').0">
all the time. Fields, her sister, left Tuesday for and -
day seated. lose
Don't a day's work. Takea Total 4 ll.410.0n

I Newton relatives., N. C., where they will visit and Mrs.; R. L. Mott, of Carbur, Arrangements Completed spoonful of harmless, vegetable Dod- FINE and AND Drl'util'9.I FORF TORE IdlU FUNDSheriff in:

L. G. Powell spent Sunday at Fla., were in Starke a few days this Reconciled to the long stay on the son's Liver Tone tonight and wake up Criminal Cases ___h_M____ _u_. IF00.Ou i
Gainesville.Mrs. week visiting their parents, )Ir. and border feeling great. It's perfectly harm- Constables Cost Bills .1 CnminulCases :
I Special Sale on Ladies' high grade most of the regiments have -----___.________ ,_____---- :2P.OUClerk !! ,
Mrs. B. L. Mott and Mr. and Mrs. made arrangements for their food, less, so give it to your children any or the Circuit Cl>u.', Cotl Bills
J. T. Wills, of Gainesville, slippers-$1.49 at Stump's. Dan Sasser.F. laundry and store purchases. AS time. It can't salivate, so let them in Criminal Cases ____,__________ F0.?') -

fpent several days here last week. j I rule, each man is allowed about 27 a eat anything afterwards. ((114)is ) County Cases Judne____+,:_Cost__uu Bills_____in___Criminal,_ ,___ :!50.M.
Mrs. L. A. Yates, of Tallahassee, C. Carter and John Underhill cents a day for his rations. Fresh Justice of tile Peace Cost bills in
who has been Criminal .Cases ________________ 50.(Ml.
out children's white visiting her parents Dr. have in the form of two-inch: club.
Closing our I gone to Elmira, N. Y., where meat, ice and several thousand gal- a Witness Fu6s u______________h____", s. 'll1.fI""
dresses at cost. Sternberg's and Mrs. A. H. Freeman, has returned they: will work in a machine shop. lons of water delivered daily While speaking of mules and other Court Stenographer in oUencjr.ei

I II I home. These young men are intelligent and each regiment. are The tents have been to pests" it would not do to forget the Cases f___________--on--__Fire n___,__etc.___., 50.001Sheriff'sCommission

T. G. I'utch, Esq., of Leesburg, had |I industrious and will, no doubt, do well. floored with wood and the men marvelous variety of creeping, crawl- ColIecM _________________________ 200,O'l
business in Starke Friday. Mrs. C. W. Liddon left last Satur- Their many friends wish them good plied with cots, bedding, sweaters sup-and ing things that insist! on sharing the Pa Feeding> J Prisoners Juror >_n__-Criminal-_____--_.u Cases__ 1.6"0.l1I> ..
day for Camilla Ga. where she will soldiers bed and board. While the
I luck. all the necessities for comfortablecamp Cou t1 and Justice of the Peace
John I'. Sapp, of Sapp Station, was visit her daughter, Mrs. Phil E. Bai- life. Some of the companies guardsmen are not at work they spend Courts -____--_________-____--__ 200.VOReserfed
for Contmgtncus ._ __ 3HO.Of)
in town Friday ley. The cows pasturing on the idyllic receive special funds for "extras" much of their time catching horned u --

i meadows of Starke give aromatic and from their home towns. Camp exchanges toads for mascots, asking questions Total. 6.='10.1"1

Roger Wells, of Jacksonville, was 'I Little Miss Clara Wainright, who medicinal milk. Banana peels, rotten supply everything from a about the habits of rattlesnakes and NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGESix

in Starke the first of the week. lives near South Jacksonville, is visi- onions and pineappfts, printers rollers, shoe lace to a hat. But, of course, watching the little gray lizards shoot : months after this late to-wit. on the

I ting her grandmother, Mrs. Wainrighton paper wand sawdust is a food combi- the little home-like trifles are missing about. A number of men report hot 29th day of January 191T. 1 will present to
the Honorable George: A. Oardi'ier, County
Special Sale on Men's and Boy's North Walnut street. nation that should make a drug store unless they are sent by members of engagements with scorpions and tar- Judge of Bradford Courty n"- .la. my as touch

Palm Beach suits at Stump's.J. out of any cow. the soldiers families. All contribu- antulas, and it's nothing unusual for ers and final accounts as executor of the tat

Special Sale on Men's and Boy'sPalm tions from skillful feminine hands them to see snakes. Corp. Ross, ofa and will ask and to testament be discharged ofV.. as H.Fieh Ilivers.executor.deceased, I

T. Reaves, of Gainesville, was in Beach pants at Stump's. Mr. J. M. Truby left Tuesday for thankfully received. New York company complained to This the Tlst day of July 1916.J. .

Starke Tuesday.Mr. Emlenton and other places in Pensyl- The regular camp routine is generally his captain the other day that he was Executor of the last Will am. S.Testament FLITCH ..fW

Mrs. Dalton Clark, of Savannah, vania and New York to visit relatives.On as follows: Reveille sounds at 5 seeing too many reptiles. When the H. Rivers deceased T-'JX-Bmo.

J. L. Peek and family are out has returned home after a visit with his return home he will go by o'clock a. m. The men breakfast at officer pooh-poohed the complaint, NOTICEIn

at Kinksley lake for a stay of several her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. DI Waynesville, N. C., to visit Mr. and 5:30. Sick call is at <6. Then the Ross exclaimed: "Why, I'm standingon Circuit Court 8th Judicial Circuit of

weeks. right. Mrs.. J. W. Killian. He will be one now." Whereupon he stepped Florida. Bradford County.
I away camp is policed (cleaned up). This Mrs. Sallie Alvarez by her rests
about thirty days. usually takes about an hour. Drills aside and a yellow adder fastened its friend D. W. Alvarez her hu l'Bnd.i I
Mrs T. A. Knight spent Wednes- Special Sale on Ladies' high grade fangs in the captain's boot.A VS. I
follow from 7 to 11. After mess, Mrs. Fannip L. Hopson and herr
day in the metropolis with friendsand slippers-$1.49 at Stump's.Mr. Roy Edwards, of Gainesville has which comes at 12, the soldiers rest Scorpion TaleI husband B. B. HopM, and 1.1

relatives.No been in town during the week, visiting until 3. During these hours it is too know a lieutenant who declares Bank Lucy of Powell Starke, a, a widow corporation and l 1"1I.//

W. B. Haynes had time to greeta relatives and renewing acquaintances.Mr. hot to work, and the Mexican siesta I some of thee creatures would make Bill For Foreclosure.

666 will cure Malaria or Bilious ;, few friends Monday morning while Edwards is a plumber of many under tents or shade trees (where I excellent baggage handlers. He was Notice (o Appear
The State of Florida. to MM 1
I Lucy Powell
Fever._ It kills the germs. he passed through Starke on his way years experience and is looking over there are any trees) is the only relief busily engaged in his tent this week, a ...widow firwtinp: .

I I home to Vidalia, Ga. He had been the ground with a possible view of returning from the wilting sun. After the siesta (, he says, when he was startled to seethe It having been shown by atiidavit that the
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L. A. Jordan, of the Young Trading ; at Hampton to visit his mother. to Starke to practice his there is another practice period of I I kit containing his personal effects/ Defendant si.l.-lit of the MrLucy State of Powell Florida a, and widow that non-the

Co., was in Jacksonville on busi- trade. lbout two hours. At 5 the !, rock methodically from side to side. reMdtnc- said defendant is at Lenoir State
I p. m. camp
ness Wednesday. )Ir. James Patterson and daughter, again is policed. All garbage is burn j I Rubbing his eyes, he looked again. of North in the Carolina State of and Florida that tV there service H no of person a-

Miss Ruby, of Pidcock, Ga., have been Special Sale on Men's and Bo>'s ed in earth trench incinerators. The 1 I The kit began to move away. In his himena upon whom would bind said defendant -

Mrs. F. F. Stump returned Wednes- recent guests at the home of Col. and Palm Beach suits at Stump's.E. latrines are cleaned by oil and fire lunge to rescue his property the lieu- ,v
visit with relatives and Mrs. C. L. Peek. Mr. Patterson isMr. tenant bottle of ink considered
day from a daily. At 5:30 the regiments eat sup- upset a over a is therefore ordtred. and adi. -
friends in Virginia. Peek's brother. M. Thomas has returned home I I the is inspected 1: batch of official papers it had taken i dyed that the said defendant :'ofr!!. Lucy Powell
per. After supper camp a widow. do appear to the Complainant'sBill
from Laurensburg, S. C., his stay from end to end by sanitary :him hours to prepare. Then he discovered I of Complaint hi rein on or before the
Special Sale on Men's and Boy's Mrs. Angie Sternburg has returned there having been shortened by the First call soundsat !' that an orderly had placed whereof of SiptemUer A. D., Istlfi in di.fault
officers. to
quarters a di-eree pro eonf<' fe> will lie entendairainst
Palm Beach suits at Stump's.J. from a visit to Jacksonville. She was floods that have prevailed in that partof 9, and at 9:30 taps sends everybodyto i the kit on the sandy-colored back of : the said Mrs. Lucy Powell a widow.
accompanied home by her daughter, the country. When the flood conditions a large scorpion. It is further ordered that this notice be pubii..ht'd t
S. Elexon, a citizen of the Lake.. Mrs. R. H. Barbour and children, who began to be serious Mrs. Thomas I Sand storms rank next to reptiles newspaper in the published Bradford at Ccmntv Stake Telegraph in Bradford a .

Butler section, had business in Starke will spend two weeks in Starke. and the children were sent to Or- Troops Undergo Hard Training as provokers of profanity. Few pointson I, county. Florida once each week for five consecutive
The drills the branch of weeks
Saturday II I lando and Mr. Thomas went to New depend which on the border are free from them and I I IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto '
No. 666 will cure Chills and Fever.It York on a business mission. He the service to a regiment sometimes they break up drills. I set my hand and affixed the seal of our Cir
R. the Alfalfa naval I know. longs. The infantry already has had .'I cuit Court on this the 22nd day of July A. D.
S. Humphrey, is the most speedy remedy we : reached Jacksonville Tuesday night experienced one of these storms at El 1916.

stores operator, was in Jacksonville on a train that was twelve hours late. strenuous training in extended order I Paso. It could be seen coming several SEAL W. T. VFEKSCUrkD. i0.

Monday.Mrs. The streets of Starke are worked In passing through the Carolinas on and skirmish line tactics under condi- miles off-a great cloud of brown dust E. KNIGHT =
for :*.5t
Solicitor ConpIamanU. -
tions would in event of
by the hydraulic process. The heavy the return trip there was water every- it experience I hat obscured the view like a fog andI -

C. A. Mixon left last Sunday I I rains fill up the ruts, wash off the mud where and the rain was still coming war. Each company is drilled in the 'I swirled along before a high wind. Notice of First Meeting of Creditors
the In the District Court of United States for a
forms of
for a visit with relatives in Gaines- and level off the thoroughfares nicelyat down. Mr. Thomas will leave short- different advancing When it struck the camp the effect/ The Southern District of Flurila. In Bankruptcy .
ville, Georgia. no cost to the city. ly to join his family in Orlando and skirmish line by squad and platoon I' visually was like that of a snow .
and and col In themallt.rorL.D.nt.fri.'t.r. of Starke.
rushes platoon
f look after the interests of his firm in. by squad storm. Men and tents 20 feet away Florida in the County of Bradford District
Mr. Neadam Nixon, of Dundee, Fla., Mr. Dalton C. Clark spent this week the orange deal. umns. The artillery and cavalry maneuvers were blotted out. Soldiers in the aforesaid bankrupt.

visited his brother, Mr. C. A. Mixon, end in Starke, at the home of Mr. and are equally thorough. Par- open turned their backs to the chok- 1916 Notice the is said hereby L. D.given Register that on was July duly l adjudged th.-

last week. Mrs. N. D. Wainright. Mr. Clark, NEW EPISCOPAL RECTOR ticular attention is being given to the ing blast, gasping, and fled to their bankrupt and that the first me tmu of

accompanied by his wife, returned to machine gun and to rifle marksman- tents with handkerchiefs over their his Clerk creditors of said will Court be ir.held the in Government the office of building the-

Mr. I. W. Pinholster Jr. and family Savannah last ship. Many a "watermelon" cactus ,
Monday. mouths. in the City of Jacksonvil.e.! : Duval County
Dr. M. M. and family
of Brooker motored to Starke has been riddled with bullets. Honda on August 4th. 1916. at 10 o'clocka.
over Lawtey, have moved to Starke and are the activities of the m.. at which time shid creditors may attend
Tuesday afternoon. Special Sale on Ladies' high grade located in the One of chief + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + prove their claims, appoint a trustee examine O
at Stump's.More pleasantly Episcopal cavalry is the breaking of horses and the bankrupt and transact si"h other business -
+ *
parsonage on Church street. Dr. and as may properly e<.me before said meeting
mules. It is cruel work for men
Why pay more, we sell it for lessat Fryer has been called to the rector- + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Jacksonville Florida July 24th. 1916. O
Sternberg's.Mrs. i cotton than of' recent animals, but it is made necessary by CHAS S. M\MS.!'
years I ship of the Episcopal church, and he TAX BUDGET. I 7-28-lt Referee in Bankruptcy 4 4SHERIFF'S
I has been planted in this section this ; the fact that Europe has fairly strip- Notice is hereby given that the Board of. 0.-
and his estimable family will make County. tommiMsioners in and for Bradford
of well-broken
the border
M. Leviton and little daughter It late and is not ped country SALE
season.: : was planted
I county m a meeting held on July 24th. Itlfi
a valuable addition to Starke society. the stuntis Notice is hereby ptvtn that bt virtue of that
Rose, have returned home from well forward, but the plants are looking mounts. Usually breaking prepared the follow inz' budiret of expenditures certain decree issuing out of and under the x

their visit to Nailor, Ga. good. + + + + + # + + + + + + + + + + done by experienced cavalrymen, covering as requimf the\General r by Chapter Fund.6814 the/. Acts Road of ISIS and seal of the Circuit of Bradford county. State of
but the "rookies" have had their turn Florida beannir date of July 22. A. D. 111?,
+ + Bridge Fund and the Fine and Forfeiture Fund in that certain cause pending wherein. W. M
at it. I beheld ssme hairraisingscenes for the fiscal year September *<>th. 1917- Redding is Complainant and Henry B Bennettis r
C. A. Smith, the Sampson naval Mallory Jones, of Jacksonville, a + CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING GENERAL FCSalary 1D
Me Allen when "mule-skin- Defendent. I. S. B. Den.Tiark. Sheriff of
stores operator, had business in Starke detective attached to Sheriff Dow- at a of Clerk of tte Circuif Court as Bradford County Florida have under attachment
Tuesday. ling's office, was in Starke during last + + + + + .. + . + + + ner's" committee, made up of million- County Auditor a ld Clerk to Coun- and will offer for Bile to the highest" j
Wfl fid
aire members of a New York city ty Comm Mileaiet4fComm-- $ and best bidder for cash, on Monday August .-
week, visiting with parents, Mr. Per Diem and 650.00 7th, 1916 at the Will'amo am Renfroe spur /
FOR SALE.-Good horse. D. C. turned out to try their hands Attorney for County Ccnjoiikmoners __ 50.no ./
company A. C. L. Ry. Elarheu. Florida between '
Mrs Rebecca Alvarez is in Jacksonville Mrs. J. T. Jones, and renewing ac- on near /
Jones, Starke. 7-14-tf. I at broncho busting. Supervisor of R Kistrati nd 124.An: the legal hours of s.t!., all of the following L/
visiting at the home of Mr. quaintances.C. Repairs to County Cuildilra' : CourtHouse named
I __2. __ ________ 10000 property:
R. Fleming Bowden.RabMy.TismAntiseptis. A Battle With a Mule I Jail \ Five hundred fifty-four pine cross tie
FOR SALE-Strawberry plants, by
Furniture and Fixtures fdr Court
S. Durling has during the week the Klon- Thornton Brown, Cousin of J. P. I I House __ __ 7- __ \ 250.00 S B DENMVRK.Sheriff. : .I/
bed or 1,000. Improved --- ---- -- ----- Bradf-rd County Pa
Anodyne shipped away good many crates of dike. See J. B.1ills, Starke, Morgan, singled out a drowsylookingmule Furniture of and Coujl'y Figures Buildings for JaH: yani-__u 1"0.00Ernes J. C. POPPELL, t
-Kills pain, stops putrefaction. sweet corn from crops planted late, Fla. 3t-7-28 that appeared on first blush to tors and Othefr' Attendants Y__ .200.Oft Sol. for Complainant. 7-28-lt
which shows that this cereal can be be a model of patience and sweettemper. j Expenses of Cc 6nty Buildings LII ht.Fut'l BAPTIST CHURCH
I and Water ___ __u\_ 250.00
Mrs. W. H. Barrett and little made a summer as well as a spring FOR SALE-Farm tools and Furni- But Brown made a mistake. After -I Expenses of un Buildings Ins ut-
I 1 county_ ._ On of the 5th Sunday meet- _
daughter, Stella Elizabeth, are guestsat crop. ture on my place northeast of a 20-minute catchascatchcancontest ance ---.. -- A 50.00 account z

the home of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Starke, also the farm, cheap, or for in which the gallant guardsman Care Made of to/Taupe-s County Poor Outside i Allowance of PoorHouse \\ ing at Kingsley lake, there will be no

Ernest Gohlke, who lives in the rent. F. E. Aldrich, 336 W. Adams bit the dust! three times, heagrt'ed -1------------------------- /goo.oo morning service next Sunday but I
Mrs. Italian settlement between Lawteyand Jacksonville Fla. 7-28-2t with an interested native that coroner .inquests: Fees of Officers, \ there will be the regular service at '
Susan Williams and children, street, JumrsAnd Witnesses '_______ ___ 1"0: .Oft
of Sopchoppy, are visiting at the homeof Highland, was in town Saturday moral suasion is the only way to impart Inanity/Imtuii4s : Fees of Officers: .. night to which the public: is very cordially -
of the FOR SALE-Comfortable house with knowledge tc member of the ard fnmmittw* _____ __ _______ no: vi ) invited.
her brother, Col. A. Z. Adkins. selling grapes. They were a
Stabone \
Concord variety and had the biggest eight rooms and bath and 51* acre I mule family-provided moral suasion I S'ationti-y Blanko and I'tintm, ate250.110: General ) W. G. LAW, Pastor.
lot in Reasonable terms.
Miss Elsa Schneider, who has been bunches and the largest berries we Hampton. I _
spending the past week with Mrs. have ever seen in that kind of grape. Write Mrs. Annie E. Young, Hampton -

, C. F. Sayles and Miss Lois Peek, has Fla. 3-31-tf. XFX .If1I y.fl.
returned to her home in Ocala. Mrs. Janie Clyatt left Monday to FOR SALE-House and lot and 2 &

, spend a few weeks at Worthington vacant lots, known as :Mrs. L. C.Hull's .

Help your Sunday dinner by buy and points in Georgia. Ernie, her home. Bargain of a lifetimeif

ing a cake or pie from the Episcopal little daughter, will spend the summer -
taken at once. Mrs. Jay S. Brown.
ladies' Saturday afternoon at A. M.Darby's with her aunt, Mrs. G. D. Wyse, 7-7-3t. ? PLUMBING

. store. I on the East Coast.

" STRAYED Three black and white-
I -
'. ,t The dirt hauled from Q _
surplus away spotted shoats; one marked crop- ,r

( IF YOU ARE ILL some of the streets in which sewer split in one ear, split and underbitin ,-

. t pipes have been laid could be used to the other; two unmarked. Suit- m !

"His Is for YOU' good advantage on lower Call street able reward for information of
: For rcafy: twenty t
4 1 lea and:i iiuriv 1 ra\e:: 'Derr.a 'V diiotSasny tria'ment time of Temple street extension north of Pratt whereabouts. J. N. Stephens, Route My Plumbing Department will be in charge ofm

i4 Chrome' 11... ac.a of Mtn anI w'o Ben. street and on Lafayette street along 1, Starke, Fla. 7-28-2t
, 1ne.ut r.* Xervouj.Pool the at its west end.
swamp -
- an' !=kn; D'!,-

:.. ,, 36.S and. C.:'-.".ral rnrr I "Dfttt'y as !-- and Messrs. $100 Reward, $100The H an Experienced Plumber, who is a member of the Master rI .
Miss Marie Livingston
t. tree NOS-" <;it"'Al< readers of this paper will be
Iii treatment of a'l R..I'Ii Charles and Gus Beasley have gone to pleased to learn that there is at least

;a-.'!list a-'>ufi 1 JV\c such: '"v tteases dlxases!doctor: Lake Alta, near Waldo, to be guests one been dreaded able to cure disease in: all that its science stages and has 0 Plumbers Association. This is Plumbing Insurance for jou.h2z .
Mr. and that Is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly
i (!("> not care to treat. at a house party given by
influenced by ronst'tutional conditions
I hate tern .ucee.4.
I t Jackuntiitlef0'1' "' '* ulilrncrd br Mrs S. L. Kreamer at heir summer requires constitutional treatment.
f''f" ,lnc" 1908. f1' fart! that I tiara residence on the lake. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internallyand I
# been In Juekaonvllleeentinu.ualy acts thru the Blood on the Mucous
J. iilnpe 190n.tf.it say ('UT Surfaces of the System thereby destroying
t Official, tlercrman or reliable hiwU Lu-Fos, A Mild Effective LuutM t Lhrer Tonic the foundation of the disease DelVitt C. Jones
man jour friend ot your netgbsbow Does Not GrIpe nor Disturb fit Stomach.In giving the patient strength by buildingup :
) U Lax Fos the constitution and assisting nature >
t you appreciate such W1 aj t addition to other properties, -
J*** to otter I ml'l: be clad to Dave form In doing its workThe proprie- rvJpjiJi Hardware Paints and Oils. Plumbing and Electric ll'irjng. ,
Ton cons,') me free either la ? ncatW contains Cascara in acceptable a tors have so much faith In the curative ,
3335 by maiL stimulating Laxative and Tonic. Lax-Fos powers of Hall's Catarrh Cure that *
and does not nor they offer One Hundred Dollars for any
Dr. acts effectively gripe

111CSg Geo.Flln-tb sYILLE L.At., .Dickerson Opp' IIl'ard l'LOKmA.Balik. I disturb digestion stomach.,arouses At the the liver same and time secretions,it aids of case Address testimonials.that:it F fails J. CHEXET.to cure. *Send CO. for Toledo.list tSz f @ @ 0I0>>Itl 10I@) (@i

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To hook a monster alligator which,,, Pecan scab :

minus a good portion of his tail, was out the
W c MAY PURCHASE nine feet ten inches long and to pull FORTY INJURED BY EXPLOSION likely to TOSTff !!

i him out of the water onto dry land Stevens,

f with a Ford automobile was the feat I iversity of
iI'l t BORDER STATES accomplished yesterday by Joe and I tion, 2

Dan Davis, sons of Attorney J. S. Bomb Concealed in Suitcase: GOLD HUNTERS HADTERRIBLE pare for the MOJ'J}

Davis. The boys hooked the big 'ga- Was to Exolode During TIME it was found
tor in Lake Maggorie at --
a point near sure to
''a BILL IN CONGRESS URGES their home, which is practically on Parade The OF THE

PURCHASE FROM MEXICO the banks of the lake and hauled him Return Half Dead With Fever which grows !

1 t tP tS up quite a grade to their alligator sometimes on TROUBLES

I pen. The Davis auto, a dependableFord I BUILDINGS DEMOLISHED and Malarial Trouble With- recognized b) ,NOW

: t furnished the motive power by growth.
Representative Caldwell Introduced a which the saurian was dragged from BY FORCE OF EXPLOSIONCrazed out Precious MetalST. Spraying ; and Goes Back
4 4o to
I his watery home to the pen where he mixture is
Bill Providing Commissioners to "-If Feeling Like
now rests a captire. "Exiles" PETERSBURG, Julr 1 ease has not a
{ Negotiate With Mexico: It dosen't take much of a studentin dead from the ravages of malarial weeks, Man 'i"

geometry to figure out that this Attempt Wholesale Destructionin fever and without any of the precious en, although

Itr t J I 'gator was a long one in his original metal in search of which so many I :n check.

4 Purchase of Lower California and state, for at least three feet of his San Francisco men have given their lives, a party of per carbonate l of that TanIat"] 7

1 I' the northern states of Mexico, urged | tail is missing. He has evidently been St. Petersburg gold seekers returned the bordeaux of South JjcW ;"

1 for some time by business men of the I in a battle in some earlier stage of Wednesday from Spanish Hondurasand stick as well into Bettes'RjZ'

United States and citizens of Arizona I his career, a battle to which his stub- SAX FRANCISCO, July 22 -At are now devoting their efforts to quent ago. "After
I. i tail hole either side least six were killed and more than getting well. All the were ill seem,
and California, took definite form i in I by and a deep on j party Growers who has done for ni
Washington a few days ago when I of his body bear mute testimony. The forty injured here today when a timed I for seven months, practically all the he disease will help me fotj !
Davis boys are expert alligator hunt- bomb. exploded in the midst of a crowd I time they were in Honduras. They ft y
e Representative Crldwell, of New York, I II til it appears, troubles that !
tit introduced a bill providing for a commission ers and their big catch which they accomplished viewing a preparedness parade. The ( were never able to do anything toward er to check him for jaR '

to of five to negotiate with :Mexico I I unaided is due to skill and : explosion occured at the corner of ;| digging for gold and the machinery Clean : whose over Dint
and Market street San that taken with them \ addreak I r i
much Stuart on
experience. was
''otnt for the sale of her northern states. deal in ill, is a well kn
The measure suggest that the commission When they located the big saurian Francisco's main thoroughfare.The was left on the beach to rust. Whether If the citizen. i'::1

r ? Vielude one senator and one rep- they teased him until he grabbed at a bomb, concealed in a suitcase the men will ever go back to Honduras I they should : } -

rese'ntative among the five members. heavy 'gator hook on the end of a packed with cartridges, gas pipe, iron is doubtful Iti the party were This will continued years od! .1 i
cre The government of :Mexico is asked i L twenty foot pole. Twice in succession and glass blew a gap in the crawd, W. W. Elbon and wife and five chil- tack next ) same as I it t

of; I to name a similar commission. The I I I he straightened out this heavy hook. injuring men, women and babies. The then, Leonard Allen and wife and should be '; trade myself.amforl I

a bill further provides $22,000: for the I I I The third time it took firm hold ands suit.<*ase stood against a one-story I child and A. B. Elbon. j the leaves had the J9

a' :, expenses of the commission which i I+I the 'gator was dragged out from his' brick building which was demolishedby The Elbons left St. Petersburg last t ,- .', and here worst CM..6.

I. asked to report to the next Congress I lair, fighting mad. He grabbed a I II the explosion.The I October on, a schooner which took eo do much !! work. Two lately

While the proposition has gotton I heavy oar and bit it squarely in two. 1 1I civil war veterans, waiting in them and their mining machinery to was on simply made bottle at

little beyond this stage, it is understood ,I Finally he was lassoed securely and Stuart street to fall in line, narrowly Honduras. They landed on the beach greeting and he has t net

I. that those back of the proposed j the other end of the rope fastened to escaped death. The force of the explosion and the machines was unloaded.( The "The gold is having to gone fetf t

purchase feel that $200,000,000 would j! the Ford. The auto chugged up the was terrific. The police say Elbons owned valuable mines jn Honduras white man lay jf

I. be a fair price for the land. Half of I hill with its burden and after much i that it is possible that some of the and there is undoubtedly goldin climate will has been >-

this sum the United States could retain I effort, the boys finally succeeded in elevating bodies were. entirely destroyed. plenty in the mines. The men of soon as he on him but gettirq -
i, for the payment of indemnities'against their prize until they were Communications signed "the deter- the party, with the aid of the natives, to get the suffered, with forthb'

I the Mexican government and I able to roll it into the pen. mined exiles from militaristic governments did some preliminary work at the fever. I may stomach serai f

the remainder could be used in building The captors of the big 'gator displayed !'- of Italy, Germany, the United mines, getting ready to set up the definite plans. that and eoaU ';,
; up :Mexico their skill by landing two alli- tates and Russia" were received by machinery and start work. But in a stand the would ape

Senator Ashurst, of Arizona, is one gators, four and six feet long respectively all of the newspapers yesterday warn- few days after their arrival the entire gold I would belch seem to 6dy '

of the principal backers of the proposed I by hand.-St. Petersburg Times. ing against holding the preparedness party became ill with malarial fever. and hare &!

: purchase. He points out that parade and threatened "direct actionto :Mr. and :Mrs. Allen and the baby joiner WHY just all >the>
: er is sent on to the next one to whom show that militarism cannot be forced the the .
such annexation of would Elbons in early spring.They
territory I; the car was consigned. This little the most
straighten the southern boundary line on us or our children"a were taken ill soon after they paint B
r, of Lower California. It would also 1 I printer failing to bring results in The police took the necessary pre- arrived. The entire party, children the doctor w4! It

;, te4 I ; give Arizona the northern reasonable length of time, a man cautions but the innocent looking suit and grown persons, were ill all the Copper, of appendicitis ft
a port on .22 .25 .32
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known as a tracer is sent after it. nervous all the time
case was not noticed. Frank Josephson time in Honduras
I part of the Gulf of California and alsbring they were being
cartridges are
under American control the The tracer is really railroad-car de a lodger at a sailor's boarding confined to their beds burning with cents seemed to puB tiJ

4 mouth of the Colorado river and the''I tectit e. house was arrested tonight.the fever and shaking with chills. They per ; off to almost.
vanced to 30
And sometimes it is more difficultto able to work W
entire Imperial valley irrigation finally grew strong enough to leave
sys- Spelter
track a runaway car than a crimin from million fields. And worse all the time
tern, with thousands of of a and were carried aboard a native boat
many acres
to make all
agricultural land in Lower California. al. There are tens of thousands of the legalized liquor traffic is the ruthless I and taken to an island where condi- about Tanlae .r i-.
miles of railways, and hundreds of cases, sold it seemed to '
help is
of It
destroyer youth. begins tions better.
"Purchase of this property not only were They grew strong
t would give this country a vast amountof thousands of freight cars, and to find the work of destruction before birth, enough to undertake the journey home the war, is and now yoow
one carrying a certain number is often and per pound. know him. Beta" <
undeveloped rescources, equal to handicaps boys girls physicallyand and boarded a schooner which was .
like hunting for the needle in the hay morally and renders tens of Antimony, lot in weight ui
any in the world, and give Arizona a bound for Tampa with a cargo of co-
t seaport, but would give the United stack. The tracer may arrive in a city thousands not only unable to produce coanuts. The local persons reached per and spelter a pain in hij slag .

States government the immensely valuable where the runaway is supposed to be, or conserve their quota of $8,000, buts Tampa yesterday and came to St. vanced from 0 else. H. eats 11I1'

'I of Magdelena at the very moment when the car i makes of them dependents and unde- I Petersburg. They are all weak and pound. is looking itoste
property bay, "
I leaving it in the opposite direction. sirables economic loss to the nation still in hardening I've him for
which, if ever there is an attack on an bad shape. W. W. Elbon is seen I k
It may cross his track on a parallelline 1 and a menace to its stability. the only who is Lead, which
our western boundary, will be the most I one strong enough .
or dodge around him short has -
on a
now and is wiwti
strategic .. '
point"The I line. It may be headed south while he 788. To to tke-
a job Iijia '
j suggested purchase would culminate
4 is north used in 12
traveling or rolling merrily
the original treaty of James I toward the Pacific while he is going 75; pounds of there. Ifbl:
Gadsden, through whom all of Arizona INCREASE PROFITS BY KILLING TICKS case proves to B B
,, i south of the Gila river, was purchased toward the Atlantic. shells, at an fine medicine 01
A runaway car apparently is as depraved pound in lead 3
in 185.1; from :Mexico, and now it a good chw fc
is known as the Gadsden as any criminal. It hides on a ; essary advance for I know it ti
I Purchase of the property north purchase.of the lonely siding, or gets lost in a short I DIPPING CATTLEHow I t4i 4 } loaded shells, 2"f '-
swamp line. One such runaway rested box of 23: i
thirt '-t rEt: parellel was urged by Mr.Cadsden exsluslvely in Stark
nearly a year on a siding in southern Powder has
; but his recommendation was would you like to make an additional in Lake Botlertf
cLj disregarded. Texas simply'; because it got lost, and 25 to 50 per cent profit per cent. Drug Co.;in Essf-

I no one seemed to know just what to Tear on your out tie investments_ Mercury, ; Pharmacy; I

I GOPHERS KILLED WITH AUTOMOBILE I do with it. The nearest freight agenth I The United States"I Department' ot. gun caps are I Drug Store Ct; i
Weaver Drug :
: d no record of it, and no tracer had Agriculture officials that it s-ible to secure
says can
: FUMES i by R. T. Taft
requested its!' return. Going on the easily be accomplished by eradicatingthe Paper, from Fla-AJr. i

, principle that what is "everybody's: ticks. A are made, has ) : f

Using automobiles as gopher killing business: : is nobody's business" this Everybody in Florida has been in- f cent. Some I II I" ( _. r,.'!

machines is the novel 1 service to which local I agent made no effort to hunt up terested in the recent mobilization of advanced from )
I cars have been, put by Oregon farmers received;' tate troops: for service if war i is declared I pound. I into Ammo sf
I i'
who have set about to kill bison! which are at
} against :Mexico, but we have in I.ahorThe
and other burrowing animals that injure 1 have obeyed, but lacking orders he Florida a large army of cattle ticks y :,M 1 work are the nearei

I their crops. A car, preferablyone t! ]loft it on the siding. In the course of which are increasing rapidly every Lumber} species are m
that is light, is driven into the I' time that should : FR Rf i or South .Amaift
it was!' occupied by a family ofsquatters I III season, receive a war dec- 'a.-es are :
field where the gophers li\e. The i who lived quite comfoitablyin laration at once.We siderably, and .

I I, engine i is allowed to continue running II it for six months, and were routed ought to start preparedness parades c be used for I preservative 'y
and one erd of hose is of cattle ; es of these iu!
a attached to out only when, quite )by accident, the through the dipping tion. .L.
the exhaust: ; pipe while the other end ', car tracT discovered it.George E. tats to kill the ticks before they do If it were I I geologistbi IJ:'

i is inserted in a gopher hole and packed \ Wtd.-h. in the August Popular :Me- more damage to the live stock indus- American of the format ft H

about with a cloth and a little dirt.In '' ('hanil'lagazinE': try. iri. are charging ; human relics,

a.hort time the fumes penetratethe I Beginning with a pair of healthy, mol'fOl' ) these animaliw !

a various and issue from well-fed cattle ticks in the spring, it export / is believed by "
passages I I BOLL) WEEVIL INCREASING: ; : fix,Y e'y tic business, KM
Is; !', than from _;
1 other holes. These are then pluggedup possible to increase the tick familyby I still higher to ; '

f ; after this has been done the bases I: \lahama.1 a great many thousand before cool men. ; of the ittrpozb' ,
Doing Damage in Arkansas, ,
i to Pm
penetrate' to the ,'en'Jltf't ( lengthens their normal cycleof necessary
) and the inhabitants are sufT 'hamhel'l. Texas, Louisiana Mississippi: life, so the easiest way to eradicatethe HItEI.I.IW:; in the state 'F I

Fiom! the Au!rust Popular Mechanics ticks is to prevent them from .
.Magazine.TRACING. !):image to cotton from )boll weevilis maturing on the s-tock ADDITION that is attack i

( I increasing:; according to a bulletin I Two little seed ticks sleeping on a : ; scientists is is
I IJ I5y some
RUNAWAY IJXILWAY issued recently: by the Agricultural blade of grass in the spring are awakened made very that the Amax ,
CARS I department. The bulletin says: by the warm sunshine and heara : I the oldest arf+l'" g
3 3A nouncement of
t J "The light rainfall in the northern cow grazing in their vicinity They E. II. scienti6e- 8*

iqY I part of the cotton belt allowed much- welcome her coming wirti wild gesticulations July issue Sellards, uses Dr. Sefl<*
At times when the scarcity of of their of a
feet and she
needed cultivation.! In parts of the as : the leading '
fieitrht cars causes the railroads to I brushes against their winter abode Science, it is & drsty
central and southern cotton area, cul :; : These
Place an embargo upon retain classes they make a quick transfer to her the home val ahle *
timtionIS hindered and the fields} i most
of good, the problem of keeping track I warm skin, instinct telling tlvm that longer geologic of the W*
are grassy.:: Weather was favorable there is I I
i warm just inside the tofore been
of its cars to see that they do not runaway I I SU.: the*
.. and in most places:; however, and cotton I hide which they puncture with ease. These di"co\" made
ht'rO'l1war1lll'n'rs the "
upon I made a satisfactory growth. Owing and start fearing. preparedness parade of native cat of human
face of the earth is tones ,.
, a stupendous one Within a few days shed their tle
. they
to earlier unfavorable conditions the I through dipping vat in Columbia ,
are much
I for each company. I I the fields are irregular and in places old coats and in the transformationget county, to rid them of ticks. This was older ; "'T '11(111
M When a freight car is built, it isgiven another pair of legs to help irritate ,! the beginning of work to clean 23- previously
the up;
plants small
are and backward.
f a number before it leaves the I the cow They now are knownas ,000 acres of fenced, cut-over timber The human >>e
shop, and thereafter it is always I The( plants are blooming in central nymps and disport themselves ;' land, so better beef cattle can be raised Vero in St. :.- i that we at.to
. known that number I South Carolina, arc forming 1 bolls in gleefully as they coitinue to feast on 'I on those pastures light as the ticket in the rtJf,
by until it is '
'.. ... t' worn Georgia and are fruiting well in the rich, warm blood of their host. of The Ba.
. .. I a drainage ( |
. out! and erapped. When time
- In they think
. a new car Louisiana. a few days nature removes the they hear dinner com dian strongly
'" receives its number t veil! ing. They have len River fjl
and starts out up- "The of innocence from them through known to live |
damage the ,boll weevil i isincreasing
J. en its business career, it is entered inI by another molting; of their skin and they the months in the summer and considerably sils are found in + precinct j
. the record book and a careful account' in Texas and :Mississippi., enter the bands of matrimony.Mrs. longer in cool weather, waiting nal and belong :

:... I of its wanderings and earning powers'' Weevil are reported in Alabama and' Margaropus Annulatus then for that delayed opportunity toH geologist, to 1 county
,. Arkansas and el image continues in proceeds to gorge herself with the g a meal. known as the the '
are kept there. This record book is a' Louisiana. Cotton lice are reported in 'I good blood of the cow, while preparing I If all of the four or five thousand The first t1 '

history of the car and by consulting it some sections of Alabama." I for generous reproduction of her kind.. HUh seed- ticks as* fortunate and g:;eton found !
If' one can learn how many trips it has I 1 and her !'('agon'having been fulfilled a hot in a short: time, one can ber by :Mr.: | more ,,,)"

: made, what cities it has visited, how;, ehe drops to the ground to deliver herself estimate about how many little seed 1915 and is already P'!
many times it has been to the repair COUNTRY'S r.lm.TESTSSET of the several thousand eggs. ticks will result in the next cycle of were made by ) : ; the low.
Selecting a nice shady location, protected life, and so on during the entire sum- M. Weills and hold that
shop and also where it i is supposed to Life insurance : t
that ,
be experts figure from enemies, she conclude! April and June, and po'
at given time. I mer.They
any each young man and woman of good her mission in life by laying! the eggs, are not very particular whether Not only "
are candidate
.) Rut in spite of all this care in keeping habits and sound and then
; ( physique is an asset I dies. their hoiy is a calf. its mother, fa- this place but in rule.
, :-. a record each car, now and then to the nation as a producer or con- As the weather continues warm, the ther, older Brother or sister: ; whether contain also f same t

; ft for some unexplained reason, one disappears -I I server of wealth to the amount of I large cluster of eggs complete incui !; it i is a horse or mule, as they grow the animals the the Imt'
" i bation in about three I II fat on of those that wiUprt '
( l from sight-literally running $8,000. There are in the United States week's. The seed any animals, but cause time I 'J.
l;. I ticks remain near the Texas fever which were
i Some of the I nest for a few only in cattle. -f
,: away. big companies children
1 employ and &
young people days and then climb those now
the However
nearest pieceof all of the living <
j r : 'I above-mentioned preventiDl' -
.: f car tracers, but as a rule a print- under twenty-five years of age. At I'I'I vegetation to wait for a victim, intent animals OH every farm should be Among the an4,
i I It I
ed tracer is first sent after the car to $8,000 apiece they are an asset of upon going to dinner as soon as I treated to the tick e/adication method ing in Florida : .
,I t !-ring it back home. This printed I$400,000,000,000.. In mere dollars and possible. 'used so that no guilty female tick escapes sil remains as l < certainly is|'

f-ioer, in a blue envelope is sent to I i cents the youth of our nation are However, they hate the rare virtueof to reproduce large numbers of were elephants ticks .,

M1 trSv '. person in whose jurisdiction the I I worth more"than our coal, our iron, stick-t--iUveness and strong vitality additional ticks. ferent kinds of, ( : thi Pnn ...
?o If they do not aM =
get anything to The stock r-
will now
r was last supposed to be, ana if it silver have more vitality
our ,
[ij. f our gold; more than the j eat for several weeks they are Just and be worth more money'after camels, peccaries 3-
S passed out of his district the the
r.. r r t tract cattle on a thousand hills; more than la cheerful and Just as active every ticks are thoroughly eradicated. 'With sloths,the wolves "

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.I..L"' '"'''"'''''''''' I I I t
i vivid terror until he had recovered I
TO LIVE AT HOME the south door of the Bradford County Court
t f
LOVER his normal wits. House in the town of Starke. Bradford Coun
The next morning Ted hurried away TOM AND DICK ty Florida on the Seventh day of August.; .\. y
Small Farm of C. X. Cooper Gives D. 1916, the same being the first' Monday inss.d
) "Old Andy" from home, bright and early He month, and a :regal ewes Oar, witiir. the
made two visits. One was to the Good Living to Owner 1 legal hours of sale, to the hit-best and best 4"
bidder for cash all of the right title and interest .
By ELIZABETH E:. HOYT. town livery stable keeper, the otherto .of the aaid V, E. fapp in and to the
a wealthy magnate who had a mansion By ISABEL LEE.Tom's :. The Telegraph mentioned last week following described property.to-wit:

i with great grounds, and a tame about o good crop of Sudan grass quarter Two acres of northeast in southeast quarter corner extending of northwest(ne

Molly Foss was one of seven girls fawn and a pet fox. Ted propoundeda grown by C. X. Cooper, east of Tem- acre north and south by two Jicres cast and
peculiar question to both of these wife sat before her dressing Mill. west and south vest quarter of north tast 1.
bad up together in Easton. ples Mr. Cooper cultivates only
who grown table putting the finishing touches to quarter and east half of northwest Quarter
Molly albne had shown no signs of persons. It was: about fifteen acres in all, and besides and southeast quarter except west lit:. acres.

her heart. She had studied VANE "What would you give for a real live her afternoon toilet. strawberries and food and forage Section 14. Township 6. South of Range 2'9 .- #
losing East. Bradford
I "Little do you know how worried I County State of Florida.
nursing. And. of course, she might"jhare i! Ly: )lion T"And am" Tom's wife sighed pathetically. crops enough for his needs, he also and The above described proper: levied upon
nursing peaceably for- they laughed at and Harvests being sold to satisfy said execution nd
him do him.
gone t _. won- "But' I won't bother you with my enough hay to costa

ever had not Dr. Richard Randall (Copyright. 1916 by \V. G. Chapman.) dered what quaint Idea had got Into troubles. You have so much to be Of the hay harvested last year he has S. B. DENM\.U.
the little fellow's head. Sheriff, Bradford County, Fla.:
town. still left last until Christ-
come to "It is the only way, John, dear, and happy about and so many plans to enough to A. V. LONG 4 E. A!. JOHNS r
Molly apparently did not reciprocate you must not rebel. Only four months That night, when the others were In make for the wedding." mas.He Attorneys for Plair.tiT.NOTICE .';.;.t

Dr. Richard Randall's devotion. -why, it will pass before we knowIt the house fast asleep Ted stole cau- Dick's fiancee bit her pretty lips. I I planted peas in his corn field NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.Six -. .

The first to speak to Molly about it !" tiously down the stairs, barefooted. "I'm not at all sure there is going to when the crop was laid by, and the months after date hereof on to-wit.; the :

who had He visited the pantry, and then, carefully 14th day of January, 1917, I Till C
was Carrie Smith been Carrie i The man addressed bowed his head be any wedding, she said I vines and crabgrass are very thick present my

Waters. Carrie's husband had had I and was silent. Pride and manlinesswere opening the back door, scuddedout "I don't even know whether to go and rank. They would make a large vouchers. A. Gardiner and final, County account Judge to the of HonorableCeo. BraI'<>r.:!

an attack of pneumonia, and Molly sorely wounded. He had come Into the dark, rainy night. He down to shop or not," added the quantity of hay if cut, and mos$ farmers county. Florida as administrator of the estate -
Carrie returned In about half an hour. I of D. S. Wheeler deceased; and asked to
to help out-and Doc
tad come squarely up against a situation neither younger woman. "Whats the use of would utilize them for that pur- be dischraged; as such administrator

tor Randall was the doctor. One had apprehended. Indecision, actual The next morning Mrs. Bascom getting the things when I don't know pose. But Mr. Cooper has more than This the 14th day of July. 1916.

night sbe told her friend just what she poverty shut them in completely.But complained of a missing loaf of bread, whether I shall want the-the-.wedding one way to calculate profits from his .\dmini trator of the estate D. W.of'D.\XXING.S. Wheeler.

thought of her indifference to the Rhoda brave, hopeful, industrious and Ted nearly choked on what he veil and white satin and the land, and when his corn is gatheredhe deceased 7-14-Fmo

young doctor. suggested the way out. was eating. His mother, by adoption, rest But don't talk about'poor little intends to enter the field with a '
"Molly, my dear" she said "I am They had been married in a quiet stared marveling at him as he left me. I'd so much rather know why disc harrow and cut up all this rich In Circuit Court ?th Judicial Circuit of

going to speak to you plainly. Let me way only three months agone. Then for school. you are worrying." vegetation, then plow it in to furnish Florida Nora Bradford Jones county '

tell you it is a great thing to have the John Bascom had what he considered "Mother," he said, "you won't go Tom's wife laughed softly "FirstIt vegetable matter for the soil vs i '

devotion of a man who is interestedin a life job with the furniture factory away until tomorrow, will you?" was the teacup," she said. "It was Mr. Coopers' land: was originallya Pope Jones I j I

I I "No, dear," answered Rhoda. "Whydo the he asked for aII'm. Rill for Divorce
the same things: you are. Think it morning me of sandy slash but
people, where he had been employedfor I piece very poor, Notice to AppearThe
ojer MolJr/dear.." two years. He had saved a little, you ask? on The next evening he had a mysterious -: he did not become discouraged but State of Florida to Tope Jones Greetin -

r It was Helen Lake who spoke the but this had gone to furnish the hum "Maybe I can raise some money by little package when he came built up his land year after year until ?It: having been shown l.y affidavit that the

next word to Molly about Doctor Rich ble little home they had rented. Then then, and you can stay with ns after home. It was a horrid, sticky, teacup. now it would be hard to beat for pro- Defendant Pope Jones i is non-resident of the
all for "Well, the next night it happened State of Florida and that th? residence of
"You ought to be thankful you see- .
ard. mighty bad come disaster. The factory had ductiveness. The improvement was said defendant is at \Vajcrot Georgia th?
Molly Foss" Helen said, "to havea burned dcwn one night. All work And then he clapped his hand to again-such a horrid old cup. That mostly made by adding vegetable mat- there is no person rt'sidinlin this State Ok

like Doctor Randall. He is his mouth as if fearful of unlooseningsome kept on for several days. I asked him Florida the service of a eubpiwna M\f>n nlirm
so it.
man was suspended until it could be re ter to the and draining would bind said defendart and that cain: defendant ,
secret, and darted outright 'what it was all about. ,
exactly the right size for Helen away.
you. built. is over the age of t..nty-on. ><>ai>.
sighed.A "Why, I do believe the boy has got I 'Well, you'have caught me snook- It is therefore ordered, ron-'.I"r..d and adjudged -
"You see, Jchn, we must not give I
that the said di-fi-ndant Tope Jones do
some wild idea in his head, the way ems, haven't you? Those were the .
week or two later Molly was calling up," Rhoda had said. "We owe near aniitar to the Complninant't Bill of Complaint
Betty Arnold Wister whose he acts!" spoke John, and, half an very words he used, and then he herein on or be ft,re tie 14th day of
on ly seventy dollars that counted
we on
hour later, walking down the main laughed a little, rather sheepishly, August A. D. 1916, in default whereof a decree
husband. Peter, had brought!: her much paying out cf next month's salary" pro eonftfso will be entered auamit the
street of the town, he was surprisedto and tried to kiss me. 'I didn't wantto
H said Pope Jones,
love and a salary of $15 a week. I "And there is next month's salary Worn Out?
no find Ted, not at school, but turnIng tell you at first,' he said. 'I thoughtyou'd It is further ordered that this notice bepublished
said "The
"Molly. Betty slightest I "
submitted John
in the ,
desolately. Bradford County: Telegraph
into the main printing office of make a fuss about It. But that
would send both the a published at Starve, in Bradford
mischance us to : newspaper
"Unless I earn It! cried Rhoda the village He followed him, to come new English secretary-' No doubt you are, U County, Florida once cacti wi-->'< for five con-

poorhouse. Doctor Randall is the most cheerily-"and that I can do. I will upon Ted in a businesslike way confronting "That new English secretary-and you suffer from any of tfie seeutive weeks.
prosperous person in Easton"Grace ailments to IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto
P numerous
simply go back to Bellvllle and take the publisher of the local pa- that was the first time that I had subject set my hand and afTitrd the seal of our Circuit '
McPherson overtook which au women are -
Molly my eld position in the millinery store. even heard of the creature-he said Court on this the lath tin of July A. D.
a few days later. "Molly," she said, per.John Headache, back- 1916.
You know I is
got good There
pay. drew to one side, In the had to have tea. They all do in London ache, sldeache, nervous- W. WEEKS.
"you may think it is none of my business no such chance for me here in Taun-
shadow of the big printing press, as he he said. ness, weak, tired feeling, (1St-an Clerk.
and I am awfully silly, but you ton. In the meantime must look 7-14-St.
you heard Ted the are some ot the
to symp
say publisher: 'You've never had tea with me, I
know I've seen quite a lot of Tom and rid -
after the house here. toms must
"Mr. Brown do you OF GUAUDUN SALE.
ycu ever give a said, 'and now for this brazen English
Sears lately, and I like him much. of them in orderto
very "And have it said that I livingon yourself after datt hereof, to-wit the
am fellow credit who wants to put a little secretary. But why make a fool of Thirty days
But Sundays he just stays at home wife?" resented John-"never!" feel! well Thousandsof 31st day of July. 1916 I. the and smokes, and when he' takes me my notice In your paper? yourself by bringing the cups home?" women, who have guardian for Annie L. Wipi-'s and FrankieG.
But Rhoda had finally prevailed.They "Why, yes, Ted, at times," pleasantly 'Thats where the Joke comes in,' been benefited by this Wiggins, minor heirs of K. H. Wiggins,
home from evening! meeting he always break P dectased, will apply to the Honorable Go. A. 4
must not she insisted.
answered Mr. Brown. "Going Into he said 'I of remedy to
laughing. thought getting urge you
waits outside the church door.I Gardiner County Judge of Bradford County,
And then John asked a pertinent ques business, and thinking of advertisingin Miss Stebbins to wash them, but Florida at his office in Starke.' Florida for
feel so wicked. Molly! Dr. Richard tion: the Beacon?" the rebelled: TAKEI an order to sell at private sa'r the one-third
Randall comes to church every Sun- I undivided interest each c.fnrlie L. Wiggins
"And what about Teddy?" "Oh, no sir," replied Ted soberly- 'Just because I am a woman, I and Frankie G. Wifg'ne, minor as aforeaid '

day. I envy you Molly. I For a moment Rhoda's fair brow "cnly I want to print a notice, and suppose think I must do the I in and to the following dt'5rrilopd land to--it :
Gertrude Fiske Ingraham called on you Lots one and two in hI..e.t't'n.\ in tovn of
deliver wrinkled with perplexity and concern. I've get no money, but I'm going to drudgery. I never washed a dish in i I Cardui I IThe l.autcy, Bradford CUllnt}.. Flonda. as nunped ;
to her
Molly on purpose message have a show, and that will bring in my: life If you want a servant you and platted on the public; cords of Bradford %
"I am going to tell you frankly, county Florida, ontaimng one acre,
she said "that don't half r < '' : some, and then I want to sell something should have hired one, and not a more or lees.
you appreciate -
I've got, and I want you to stenographer< ,' said Miss Stebbins. June 30th. 1916.
"i I
Dr. Richard Randall's family con- 66 write little what it MRS. FRAXCirS WIGGING
nections. I know a girl who lives in ; Is." a piece telling !! 'I am sure I don't at all blame Woman's TonicMrs. Guardian of Anni L. Wi.'eins
and Frankie G. Wiggins minor
Rye, where his family came from, !C" ') iUMc The proprietor was grinning, and Miss Stebbins: I said. heirs of R. H. Wuifins, dt't',a..ed.
and she said his mother had just reada "You did perfectly right said Sylvania Woods, 6-30-Bt.
the listening John was staring hard. _
paper before theOmen's club on Dick's fiancee. "I know all about it. P Clifton Mills, Ky., says: "
"What are you driving at, Ted? In- NOTICE FOR rUBLirVTIOX.
the mistake it was for relatives to quired the publisher; "what is it that I found Dick carrying not valy one, "Before taking Car d ui I, Serial No. 011679, epa'tmrnt of the 'nter-
but two cups home at night-his and times weak I ior. U S. Land Office at Crmrtville. Fla
come to live with a young couple. I you've got to sell?" I was, at so June 24, 1916.

vow I never spoke of this before, but "Well. I haven't told a soul yet" explained the secretary's. He even brought could hardly walk, and Notice (is hereby given that Frank Murphy: ,

what with Mother Ingraham and them around to wash, and then he In back and of Sampson City. Florida, won April 24,
Ted, lowering his voice and 44 the pain my s 1W13. made Homestead ....try. No. 01167! for
Grandmother and Cousin told me, Just as Tom did you, about
InRrahara; .
gazing about in a mysterious way. head neatly killed me. Northeast quarter Section 1" Town-hip 6,
Sophronia and Great-aunt Dorcas all the creature. Only he wouldn't say South Range 20 East, TalU.\SS4.'e Merid an,
"You have lot of. three bottlesof
the folks
see, a After taking
has filed notice of intention to make Three
much and I said less. I didn't want
living with and and all
Percy me troubles, and I want to help them, andI Cardui the pains dis Year Proof to establish claiii to the land
wanting to run the house, from pouring him to tell you that I was Jealous andit above described before C.erk: of Circuit Court,
wanted a
to surprise boys.
I appeared. Now 1 feel as at Starke, Florida, on tho 10th day of August
the tea to. bringing up the baby. ;t Is not really that. Only, of course,

I tell you sometimes it almost breaksmy I lr lion."A-lIon!" uttered the publisher In if that Is the kind of roan Dick IS, If well as I ever did. Every 1916.Claimant names as wrnepspi: y

heart" he is the sort who stoops to office flirtations Q suffering woman should <:. W. Andrews, of N t w River, Flori-la.
amazement Oetabotfle Prince Matthews of NVw River, Florida. 3:
Molly's dearest friend, Lou Thompson "Yes, sir-it's funny. I was Just tryCarduL" William Edward, of Ke'., liver Florida.

who was to be married in June, 0 ; ', scared to death three nights ago, "Have you seen her?" InquiredTom's today. E-68 6306t.C A. Smith of Samiiw.n ROBERT Oty.W.Florida DAVIS.

came to Molly a few weeks before the crossing the pasture lot with the old wife, patting away an Imaginary Regi.trar.MASTER'S .

tear through the meshes of her - -- -- -- -
wedding. "Molly, she said "I knowyou'll barn on it. There was a lion-yes,
SALE 3a '
understand why I tell you this, sir!" and Ted became desperately ex veil. Notice is htreby river that under and by

for I'm doing it not to hurt John, but cited. "A real, big, live lion! I "Heavens, no, and I don't want to. virtue of a certain final dttne of foreclosure
for your own sake. I love John, buthe's slammed the door shut on him and Of course, she Is a tall, willowy, ,; !. .!. !+f+ !+ +!+!+!.! made and rendered the 3rd Jay of Ju'y, A.
D. 1916 by the judge of toe circuit rO'lrt-of
so forgetful of little things that / : then looked in at the window The blonde. English women so often are. to> (0' the Eighth Judicial Ci.-cuit of Florida, in

sometimes he almost breaks my heart i lion didn't like the books say. The Idea seemed to occur to them chancery in fa\or of Comer L. Peek and +
J. R. Davis Chas. A. Smith, compl.iirumts, and against
both ; ;
He doesn't take off his hat as soon as lie sort of whined. I've been feeding at once of stealing unexpectedlyInto .. Bradford County Peveloiwrl Co., a corporation

he comes Into the house-and things I him since, and I've got right in with the office where Tom and Dick .> <.> defendants, the undersigned will offer

like that, you know. I never dreamed II him. He's tame as a cow. And I'm held their tea orgies every afternoon. & Company fur Starke tale, Bradford in front County.of the e Klurida..urt house. during dr the in

of speaking of this before. 1'ntilyou've I I "Why; Do You Ask?" going to have a show and charge two And in less than half an hour the'two \ Uzal hours of sale 'on Mun-lay, the Nth day s

bad an experience like mine cents. women had started downtown with all of Aujcuxt. A. D. 1916, to the highest and i
best bidder for cash the allowing: described
you won't know that manners can be Teddy was a waif, an orphan who had "Ted. what color is your lion?" demanded the intense excitement of a real ad tINSURANCE lands situated in Bradford county, Florila, to.l1I"it r

more aggravating than anything else limped into Taunton Just after the Mr. Brown, seizing Ted's arm, venture."It I ii I :
Lots 3 and 4. fractional JCWl 'except
in the world. And know wedding, ragged, hungry, with no past Isn't if doing or
you ought to and the excited one now. as we were any 10 acres on East side cf lx-t 31), and Iota 5

how important they are. Molly, for worth remembering, and no friends. "Yellow, with a white nose, and-" thing underhanded," assured Tom's and 6 or fractional gl;
Dr. Richard Randall has the best The forlorn little tramp had come wife. "For I am sure wife has a 1. 2. 3, and 4. or fractional 5'2-and K12 of
"I declare! gasped the publisher.And any i Starke Florida I NE1) of section 26 ; Lot 1. :3, and 4 or frac-
manners I ever saw in any man in all asking for food at the door. He had just then he caught sight of Mr. right to call at her husband's office. :-: tional SWi; and E4 of SK"i of section 27 ;

my life." been welcome to It-and more. He Bascom. "I !" he hailed him- Do you suppose they sent way to .., (.) Lots 3 and 4. or SE'4 and E'i of SW'., and
.;+!+;+;+i+;+;+ !.. ..!+;+4.. SWtJ of NWU of SW1i of section 28. Lots f
Then was bright accommodating, grateful. London for her? I don't see why '
Molly unburdened herself. "this fine lad of yours has made a 1 or EV of SE'.. secti'in ?2: Lots 1. :J and

"Dear Lou." she said "Richard Randall They had practically adopted him, had lucky find. Look here!" they couldn't have got some honest, N>.j of Lot 3, and Ell1 o* VWU and S\\'I, ,
of NW1 and SW& of SW' of section: 33. p
Is too perfect. He is interested dressed him, had sent him to school, The publisher stepped to one side deserving American girl who would Lots 1, 2, 3, and 4. or all of fractional section f .

In the right thing he is the right size and his laughing ways had made him and lifted from a freshly printed pilea have been quite satisfactory." Full Supply of 35: Lots I, 3, 4, 5, 6. 7. en,! 8, or fractional
NW 4. and N<-i of NE'J. end fractional SVi
he has a good income, he's got the quite an institution in the little home. handbill Just ready for distribution.It They had reached the office and of section 36: ALL IN TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTHOF

best kind of habits and the best kindof "You must try and keep him with offered three hundred dollars for Tom's wife went in first. Tom and COFFINS AND CASKETS RANGE 21 EAST.

relatives, and he's eugenic, and you, John. We should miss him dread. the return to the show at Bellville of Dick were both in and showed no end Lots I, 2, 3. 4. 6, and 6, cr all of fractional
feet on 1 ; Lots I, 2, 3, !, and g, and Spl'
fatherly and generous, and he has the fully in the better days to come, if Old Andy, the escaped menagerie lion. of pleasure at the visit. They took All Sizes and Qualities or alt cf fractional section i; Lots 1 ''n,. ?" .j i

best disposition in the world. And. we sent him away now. There he is "Crackety!" exploded loyal Ted, all them right into Tom's big, roomy of or fractional E'-i! and lot 4. or the \\V of t

to cap the climax, he has absolutely now," and the gay ringing voice of grins and chuckles as it was made fice. t. YtXp. Always on Hand 4 fractional(except section lots sold 3 ;in All t>wn of fractional plat of Simpson Section

flawless manners. Lou, I am not perfect their protege echoed outside, hailing plain to him that he was rich-for a 'Stick around for a half hour City, and the W4 of NW'i of SW'. and a f

myself, and I'm not going to mar some playmates. more" Tom said, "and you can have parcel of land described in deed recorded in
boy."Take book 4. page 548. of the Public Record of
ry a man who is. If I ever did a "Hey was the circus good? he it all!" he cried, with tearsof tea with us. Its a great institution, PRICES REASONABLEJ. Bradford county. Florida .lad that pert 01NEI.

thing that wasn't quite right, or accepted was calling out. Joy, to Jchn. "Oh, but I'm glad Isn't it, Dick?" of NW14 lying north <.f canal and that h
part of NW<4 of NE'. Ijir.i north of canal
you know, Richard would "Dandy!" came the prompt re and happy! And mother-she won't Both Tom's wife and Dick's fiancee C. CONE S'{: of NE'4 of SW'.. wi SWU of NE i of: .

never say a word, but I would feel sponse. "Such a clown-and, say the have to go away, after all!" smiled coldly. But it was part of Lawtrjr, ;-: Florid EI-I cf Section 5; NE1; of NE'i of :iectnn:

his reproach to the end of my days.If animals! There was an elephant as "Bread cn the waters!" solemnly their plot to stay They peered around and 11 ; N'N'j 2 of of NW4.NE1 and and NV N>?if of SW"4 SW, of of SW NT.",i.

I could only find one single little big as a house. And, say, the lion! observed the impressionable publisher. every curve and listened for every end Xi" of SE'4 of NW' of Section 1"ALL:

human failing in him I would marry My! but he was fierce End grcwled, "The incident will make a fine sound, expecting to see the willowy tttf + ofLEGAL+ + tftt + ftt EAST.IN TOWNSHIP 1, SOUTH OF RANGE 21

him, but I won't marry a perfect man, and roared, and tore, as the keeper editorial." blonde appear. But the only petti- + NOTICES + N'of NW'i. and SW'1 j of Wll' and ;

whipped him about the cage." 5\\1. of Section 6 Towiwljp j, SOUTH OF
and if I were you. Lou Thompson, coats they saw were worn by the ;
st + 'Ft'1M + + + + 1Ff'Ff4 + RANGE 22 EAST.Containing s'
decided that Rhoda should
I'd be thankful does It was On Being Natural. t
mighty that John sourfaced Miss Stebbins, who sat NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE. four thousand (4,000) acre" more J
sometimes forget to take off his hat. leave three days later. The decisiongot The world has established certain pounding away relentlessly at her Thirty days after date hereof on to-wit the or I less. Terms cash, purchaser paying for ti-

Dr. Richard Randall continued in about the town, and Ted heardof standards of etiquette for those who typewriter. '.'1st day of August, U'lfi. I will apply to the tle.
Honorable Ctn. A Gardiner County Judge or
his devotion and Molly Foss continuedIn it at schocl. He came home cryIng would be recognized as well bred and "Maybe we can get the ladies to Bradford County. Florida, for an Order to 7-7-5t. 'Spllrial Master.MASTER'S .

her and Rhoda had to tell him the cultured. The earlrgr in life these sell at private sale the one-seventh undivided ., -
indifference until early last wash up the dishes, suggested Tom,
int rn-t each of Yulee Smith. Ethel Alfred
July. On the Fourth they were Invited whole story. standards are adopted; the better for "It's such a nuisance to have to cart Smith: Ludi n Smith, :Myrtle Smith Smith and S'.LE.Notice .
"If I could only work to help is hereby given that under and by
you the Fortunate
to dinner several miles from woman. indeed is she them home with us." Edwin Smith minor leirs of Minnie Smith
virtue of final decree of foreclosure made
sobbed the faithful Teddy. "Say.can't dtceased in and to the following d-cni a
who has cultivated early in life
Easton. That night as they were driving a soft Toms wife had her cut and, while land. Situated in Bradford County Florida. I and entered in a certa cane pending in the
home in the soft summer dark I, mother? Say, I can help any- voice poise, grace of carriage and the"pretty" Dick's fiancee fairly trembled at what to-wit: The South-h&ll of North-vast Quarterof Circuit Court of Florida vf Bradford County: ,
the Chancery side cf laid court, wherein
I do with meal day. North-east of South-east of on
way. can cue a way of doing things. She quarter quarter ,
ness, for the seventh time Richard she felt was bound to follow, she be- Section >22i. Township ,6) S., Range tS-'i The American Trust Co-nrst.y, a corpr.ration,
Randall I've done it In the eld days, many a need have no fear that in a momentof I Adm'nUtrator of the estate of G. F. Markit-
asked Molly Foss to marry gan: cast containing in all Fhe Acres more or less.
him time." excitement she will forget herself July] 21, 1!/:6 : lie is complainant and G: W. Johns and his
to his infinite surprise she defendants, the undersigned 3
"It seems to me that the English! I wife Alter Johns are
said "Just be good and kind to John, and be guilty of a faux pas. Special Muter will sell bef..re the
yes without moment's hesita as
a secretary had better do the dishwashing T-21-5t for the aforesaid Minot
said. "He is house door of Belford County Florida,
Mrs. Baseom greatly worried Absolutely destructive of natural- court
tion.They since it was the English secre- REGISTRATION NOTICE I on Monday August 7th. If>16, between the If..
ness in is selfoonsciousness.This .
were married in Septemberand tary's idea to have tea." Hereby notice is given that the registrationbooks gal hours of sale, to the H/rhest and bt-t lid- ,
"You het I will! declared Ted. affliction amounts at times almost for the town of ituke. will he evened der for cash the following described rat estate -

their lived even more happily than He was silent and thoughtful after to an obsession. It causes women Tom and Dick began to laueh."That's at my office at the lumber yard of the Quigley -'1' situated and being !ii' Bradford cO'Jnty.d..rit..t .

friends had predicted. Richardwas that. The next evening, however, to shcut who wish to speak low; it a good one," said Tom, and Lumber- &: Supply Co. from July 12th to I| Southwest as quarter follows, of to-idl tit: :southeast quarter t
perfectly and August 12th, inclusive for the registration of
satisfied with
Molly when he came home from school he leads often to an assumption of then, at his summons, a tall, finelooking electors C. A. FUTCH, and the southeast quarter of the southwest
Molly was perfectly satisfied with I quarter of Section Fiftx and the northwest
Richard was on nettles with some intense secret bravado, causing criticism that may middle-aged well-tailored man Town Clerk._ quarter of the northeast quarter of Section
: but six months -- --
after one excitement. Rhoda attributed it be unjust, but is Invited and unavoid appeared. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE. I.| Twenty-two all in Towjijt.ip Six, South of
the wedding Richard looked at to her pending departure. If she had able. "The wife says you ought to wash Notice is hereby pnn that under and by Range 20 East. eontaiMns one hundred and t
his wife I 1 twenty acres, more or !eu ; together with ell: I
very seriously and asked, virtue of that certain writ of execution *-
"How cnly known! It is a gentle art the art of being the dishes, Tom repeated with a suing out of and under the seal of the Circuit and singular the tenement, hrI'Pditament.nd

was it that you said yes so For not a wink of sleep did Ted natural; one that is essential to every laugh, and then be introduced them Court in and for Bradford County, State t.| appurtenances thereto belonging! or in anywise

suddenly on the way home from Uncle have that night. He would smile, as woman, who wishes to be regarded as all You see it was Mr. Harry Harrison of Florida bearing date of,the 26th day of appertaining.The above property. wiii be sold to *at' fythe
Rufus King's?" Jane, A. D. 1916 in that certain cause therein -
if In eager anticipation of some approaching interesting, attractive and popular. the new London secretary of the pending where E. Bean and Son Company I final decree in above I.e and costs. Terms

"Dearest Richard" Molly said, kiss- event of interest and im Xo woman with an ounce cf brains company, whom Tom and Dick wanted a corporation, Is plaintiff and J. W. Poppell, cash purchaser paying BVERL'P1 foe title.M. JOHN'S. e
lug him. Floyd Green M. J. Sapp, and V. E. Sapp are
Peas lOft was because you ate your portance. Then, as he got drowsy, he will allow herself to become the vic I favorably to impress and not that defendants, I S. B. Denmark, as Sher.t2 of I Special Master in Chancery.

with a spoon." I would give a great start, come wide tim of affectation if she would get the mythical, willowy blonde at all. and for Bradford County. Florida. have lev- A. V. LONG. i 7-7-SL

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County News Items I I I A box supper will be given at the Mr. Lee Harrell, of Jacksonville, is. SANITATION

: J I residence of Mrs. S. A. Richard on visiting relatives in and around Brooker. Q

'. Friday night, Aug. 11th. The boxes .
InUrotintf Fact Gathered During the 7k by Our will be sold at 50 cents each. The Mr. and :Mrs. Wm. Cone and son,
: Regular Correspondents. proceeds of which is to be applied to C. H. Cone, of Plant City, are guests j

.... I the benefit of the Christian Church. of Mrs. Emily Abbott, the mother of I IIr.
All are cordially invited to help with ) Cone. I
this A band will furnish 0'
supper. string is
Miss Lois Kelly, of eRIver, .
J f. s,4 c!> c!> c!> c!> c!> c!> <> <8> <> c!> abounds in Lawtey and vicinity. The I music for the evening. spending awhile with her sister, :\Irs'j
I t 55' crops have never been letter thanat I Miss Irene Edwards has returned A. A. Hazen. 0H

; LAWTEY. o this time, nor the acreage larger. I from a long visit in Georgia, where Mr. J. S. Howard and family and I

: I 0040000000000 The prospect for a good strawberry I[i, she has had a most enjoyable time :Miss Carrie Sloan, of Dukes, attended 'I
c acreage is pood. Although early in with relatives and friends. church services'at the Free Will Bap- :

I Cot and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, of the season, plants were predicted to .I Dr. Seeber King and Mr. H. J. tist Church here Sunday. Lei us figure and Jo your Plumbing Latest
Starke, were visiting here lat Fri be short. Advantage has been taken'of Stewart have just returned from an ( ,
.. Lamb and Mr.
i Dr. and :Mrs. L. r.
I day. the recent rains and a good many extended visit Xorth. While away and :Mrs. G. W. Lewis motored toGaines"iIle and most up-to-date methods.
it :)Ir. A. R. Johnson, of Nassau County acres have already been set out. i their pleasure and sight seeing were I afternoonto
last Thursday
: was a guest last week at the home There will al;:o be a large crop of unbounded. Both of these gentlemen '! { Good Plumbing insures the best Sanitary Con.
of his daughter, Mrs 0. L. Thomas. 'ha)'. While the hay alone is a payin show traces of much happiness gained do some I
t I Mr. H. C. Peace was transacting crop, the stubbles plowed under has from a long needed vacation. Miss Bernice Parker, of LaCrosse, e ditions. Tining and general repairing. .

' business in Jacksonville last Thurs proved a good fertilizer for the land. Mr. C. F. Rivers, who has been was the week-end guest of Inez Ab-

/ day. I I spending several weeks with his sister ernathy. j

Mrs.: Younglove, of Gainesville wasa r3ccooocooooo000c : Mrs Tate Powell, in Murphey, Messrs. G. W. and 0. B. Hazen
guest at the home of Mrs. M. E. c X. C., made his return last Friday motored to Starke Monday on a hur-
" Edwards one day last week. i I roRn. l I and looks much improved from the ried business trip. i|H4 V
Mayor W. F. Goodwin, Rev. R. 0. ,> long needed rest. Mr. II. S. Warren had as his guest '

Wright and R. B. Jackson were visi- <$ .;> <, f G .c OOOOOO <% 3 <> $ I Xrs. R. R. Richard and children, of at his home at Clayno last week, his '

tors to Jacksonville one day last week. Messrs. Earnest Wells and Laurie Gainesville awhile with Brother, Mr. Isiah Warren, of Wash-
.r Mrs. J. C. Adkins, of Gainesville, Edwards, of Lawtey, were visitors i in !, relatives and, are friends.spending ington, D. C. |
was at the home of her mother Raiford Sunday. I <
. a guest I' .
Johns and M. S
Messrs. U. I)
Mrs. M. Edwards last :Mrs. D. W. Borum and children,
E. week.
Mr. Geo. Dyall was visiting in Rai transacting business in !
Hayes were
Mr. J. W. Andrews, Sr., of Starke, ford Monday i who have been spending some time j I
was a visitor to Lawtey Monday. Mrs. J.1..' Futch, of Elarbee, was'i away, returned here last Friday. the county seat Tuesday.
Mr. I.. L. Sapp was a visitor to Xew visiting here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. X. Cain and family Mrs Xancy Harrell invited her Lumber &
River Station Wednesday last week. lIon. S. T. Dowling was in Starke left :Monday for Auburn, Ga., where children, grand children and great p Quigley Supply Co,

Mayor B. D. Kelly and Mr. Hanon, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, attending i: they will spend several weeks grand children to a family reunion at V
cf Raiford, were busness visitors to the special session of the I I Mrs. Victor Scarboro and children, I Worthington Springs last Sunday.t "The Happy Home Builders"
Lawtey last Friday. 1 I County Commissioners.Rev. (lof Jacksonville, were visitors in our I This was given in honor of her son, ,

Mrs. U. G. Turner and children, oft II. L. Overstreet was a busi town last week. : Lee Harrell, of Jacksonville, who is J
Gainesville, were guests last week at ness visitor to Jacksonville two days I' :\Iri. D. E. Rogers and family, of her guest. I
the home of :Mrs. Turner's mother, of last week. I Richmond, Va., sister of Mr. A. C. The central office of the Brooker j
i Mrs. M. E. Edwards.Dr. Mr. Fred Cranford, of Jacksonville, I' Strickland, has been visiting Mr. and Telephone Co., has been moved into
M. }J. Fryer filled his regular was visiting friends here Sunday. | Mrs. A. C. Strickland for several days an annex to the store now occupieby
appointment at the Starke Episcopal Hon. A. D. Andrews visited his j i ii Col. Joe Hill Williams, of Starke, Mr. A. A. Hazen, and Mr. H. R.

church last Sunday.Mr. i mother at Dukes Sunday. I was shaking hands with friends in Brown, owner and manager can be

James Thomas, of Baldwin, is Mr. J. R. Register, of Elarbee, wasa V town Saturday. found only at the switchboardThe
a guest at the home of his brother, business visitor here Tuesday. I\' :Miss Corlan Tolbert, who has been revival meeting which was con- JOB PRINTING II
Mr. 0. L. Thomas. Mrs. H. W. Raiford is visiting relatives spending some time here with Miss ducted by Rev. Blanton, at the Free
- Misses Agn.?s and Helen Leggett, in Georgia. 1! Marguerite Duncan, returned to her Will Baptist Church, closed Sunday

; f of Jacksonville, are visiting friends in Mr. and Mrs. J. F. White, of La(vi home in Lake City, Sunday.Mr. night. There were several additions :

-; Lawtey this week. i tey, visited their daughter, Mrs. H. W. R. E. Dell made a business trip to the church during the meeting. I

Rev. J. A. Pinholster, of Brooker, Andrews, in Raiford Sunday. trip over to Gainesville Tuesday.i d
: filled his regular appointment at the Messrs. R. H. Weaver, Clarence i Claud Adkins, of Gainesville, oo ooooooo. oooozoG
1 Lawtey Baptist Church last Saturday Ritch and Dr. W. W. Farnell, were 'visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. <
I 1 and Sunday. i business visitors to Lake Butler Mon S. Adkins last Sunday. Col. A. 'Z.i > MILLER. r.-.
Prof. Marcus Brown, who is attending i i Adkins, of Starke, came over Sun- Neatly any Artistically V

the normal in Gainesville, spent day.Mr.. J. D. Padgett, of Lake Butler, day in his car to visit his mother and ', -i- C i' C'o e onn .;> an 0 "
! Saturday here at the home of his parents was visitor in Raiford Sunday. took home with him his sister ,Mrs. Prof. Carl Colson is teaching a 1 \ Done-Give Us a Trial!

Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown. I Mr. Joe Crews, of near Starke, wasa Willis and children. singing class at the Church of Christ, I4
t Mr. W. A. Barrett came up from business visitor here Monday. I' Mr. P. B. Mooring, our telephone at this place.

t Ocala and spent Sunday at the home Mrs. W. T. Ritch was visiting relatives manager spent Tuesday in Savannah.He Quite a number of our people attended cL /
\ J of Mrs. N. E. ,Edwards, where his at Worthington the latter part have no need to talk anymore church at Midway last Sun-
r : wife and little daughter is spending of last week. about dry weather for last Tuesdaywe .
i'i l' 'i I few weeks. i, Mr. Sidney Gordon, of Jacksonville, had a severe rain that lasted for day.Mr.. and Mrs. H. S. Miller attended
I Hon. A. D. Andrews and son, Champwere is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. several hours and the ground is; well Quarterly Conference of the Methodist iiJradfura (Umuthj! rlegrapl
visitors to Lawtey Monday.Mrs. 0. B. Gordon here this week. soaked; with water. church at Worthington Saturday and

A. A. Smith and niece, Miss Dr. and Mrs. Handley and little Mrs. SydneyRivers and daughter, Sunday.J.

Bessie McCormick, were visitors to son are taking a two weeks outing at Mildred, of Fort Meade, are visiting S. Brown, II. C. Peeples, !\. II.
GainesviUeIonda '. Pablo. relatives here this week. Stokes and Prof and Mrs. W. B. Fea- @

! :Mr. and :Mrs. J. B. Dye returned to Rev R. 0. Wright, of Lawtey, fill- Mr. Sam Fienberg Dunnellon, is gle motored over to Ft. White Satur-
!r ) their home in Jacksonville Monday, ed his regular appointment at the visiting his brother, Mr. B. Fienberg. I day to attend a barbacue given by the

{i. after spending about ten days hereas :Methodist Church here Sunday. i Mr. Alfred Swaverly, of Leesburg, MasonsV.. 0. W., K. of P., and M. WHERE SHALL I GO. TO
guests at the home of Mrs. Dyes Miss Maud Farnell, of Ft. White, i if; spending; a few days with his parents W. of A. The affair was a grand success SCHOOL??

parents, Mr. and Mrs. A, M. Blanchard. who has been visiting her brother, Mr. and Mrs. George Swaverly, lion. W. R. Doman, of Live ,
Miss Mary Stalsby has accepted a Dr. W. W. Farnell, and wife, of Rai- this week Oak, delivered an address on Wood- I
position as clerk in the Lawtey post- ford, for the past two weeks, returnedto C. W. Stephens. J. L. Shaw and craft which was highly interesting as Gainesville I WOMEN -

office. her home last 'Saturday. Dave Dukes from Alachua. was transacting well as instructive.The Investigate! its Advantages Before Tallahassee ;
I Mr. William Walz came over from Miss Sallie Walker, of Jacksonville, business! in our city Tuesday.Mr. protracted meeting at the An institution of the highest rank
.Jacksonville Saturday and is !spendinga : is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. A. i). W. Pinholster's family is church of Christ came to a close last Choosing Your College I the education of Young Women.;

few days at his home here.. | Brooks this week. on a pleasure trip through Georgiain Friday night. Several new memberswere 43G students from 51 Florida counties 589 students from 52 Florida conntitf
:Mr. A. A. Stokes was visitor to I Sheriff and :Mrs. S. B. Denmark, of their Ford car, while :Mr. Pinholsteri added to the church during the I' and 24 states and foreign countries : and 11 states 191516. Total 818 & _

I Gainesville; :Monday.! 1 Staike, were visiting in Raiford last i attending to business!: in Starke meeting. !j j 1 1915-10. Total 818 including Sunnier eluding Summer School. Write at art'

Quite a number of Lawteyites took Friday. this week.The :Mr. and :Mrs W.1.. Thomas, of i !School. Write at once for catalog. i for Catalog- : '
I in the excursion to Cedar Key last 1 \', l' are pleased to state that the little "Poverty Social" given by the Alachua, visited the latter's parents, [i :
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Sunday. son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Den- Lake Butler Woman's Club at the residonre Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Thomas, Sunday. .
Miss Wilmer Blanchard is i of Dr. and Mrs. Sei'ber I :;:
spending murk has been seriously ill for Kingon B. E. Brown visited Duke on LusiI -- -- -

a few days with relatives in Jacksonville. the past week, is rapidly improving. Wednesday evening, proved to bean ness! Tuesday.! i! ,+++++++++++++++++++....+++++HH-H I I++H44HI -+++++++*++*
:Mrs. J. R. Xanright and children occasion of much amusement and X. II. Stokes made a business trip +
... Dr. M. :\1. Fryer and family left I returned last week from a two months pleasure.: The many ragged and picturesque to Lake Butler Monday. | :

Wednesday for Starke where the Dr : visit\ \ in New Jersey. costumes;: wore entirely !in Mrs II. S. Miller spent several days |I j Special Notice to Public
l'' will bt m-tor of the Starke Episcopal 1! HenryGaskins and family of Guilford keeping with the povertyidea, as also of this week visiting her brother, :Mr. #

., church. Dr. Fryer and family have are visiting Mis. Gaskins' father were the decorations and refresh P. A, Hiers, at Dukes. :
been. residents here for the pasto: .]. G. Ritch; here this week. ments. Old fashioned frames were :Mi. and i Mrs Poland Thomas visited i al.f .
years, and their many friends wish l i S. J. Walker returned to his home in indulged in for several hours, after I their son, Leon, at Midway last : Owing to unavoidable delays coming up

them success in their new home. j Jacksonville Monday after a short visit which refreshments were served, consisting Sunday.I ;f; the last moment I have decided to continue

.' :Mr. R. 0. Daniels, of Starke, was I with, relatives here. of weak lemonade, served! from I ). W. Carver and wife and ,J, ,E. ,
: transacting business in Lawtc-y Tues I j Misses Eula and! Emma Williams, tin dippers and ginger bread. in tin Gay, of Providence, passed through ;t; business at the C. S. Durling store near depot
dayr -. !i of Williston, were the guests of Dr. plates. A large crowd enjoyed this here last!' Tuesday.I. R
V a I. Mr. Lem Sapp, of Raiford: was a'' and :Mrs. \\". \\". Farnell here Sunday. occasion, and a nice Sums; realized I E. Thomas;: had the misfortune to ::f: for the time being, with Mr. L. D. Register

visitor to Lawtey :Monday The friends of :Mr. and Mrs. D. B. which will po toward furnishing 1 lose his horse last Tuesday.
; Dr. J. C. Will, of Starke was a I Browning will Le pleased to learn of new club room now nearing comple: I ::t: as manager and in full charge. Staple groceries ;

professional visitor to Lawtey Sunday the convalescence of their little daughter tion. I MISS GARDIXER ENTERTAIN i i i';T t; will be filled in and he :will be able to 0'f
J and) :
:: Tuesday. I I Juanita, who has been quite ill I : ..
/ j rs. J. J. :McLeod was a visitor to for the past two weekr.Mr. C. E. Topic for July 30th. Miss Gladys -Gardiner ,! :11 supply your every day wants In Groceries or
w Stoke : entertained f
Monday C. LaFife, of Wauchula, is in How Missions are blessing.Our ,
:i: Mrs.! Charles Hess returned home I Raiford on a business trip this week. Xation-Luke 19:41:48. a few friends at her home on !North ::.: Dry Goods. Thanking you for past patronage .
i last week from Tarpon Springs and Hon. and Mrs A. D. Andrews spent Leader-Hubert Walnut street Tuesday evening in ,
.. Orange City where she spent several Monday in Starke. Song-"My Country Bennett.'Tis of Thee." I. honor of her guests, Miss Georgia ;t; and soliciting a portion of your needs in;;; !

weeks with relatives. j Mi Mr. A. Ro'enloerg" came over fromAlachua the guest of Miss Xanie Andrews, of Prayer. Elsie Harrison, of Worthington. The I :f am yours :: t tI
Tuesday and the evening was pleasantly spent with ,
f spent day Raiford, this week. Short talks
on subject all.
I with his family here I It' :Mr. Joe Griffis, of near Elarbee, was Sentence games and other amusements, and :
prayers. .
The Lawtey :Methodic Sunday a business visitor! to Jacksonville on Journey through Titus. light refreshments were served I;i t' S. Brown
School's annual picnic, which was givtrn Wednesday. Song. I

'.. .. at Kingsley lake on Thursday of Mr. and :Mrs. R. B. Roberts of Business. LOW COST OF LIVING :
: Jast week, was enjoyed by a largeMiss Worthington, were visiting here Tuesday Mizpah.
j'1 t' amber., '/ '. Young Trading Co. Reduces Family' H.IIII. ++++++mnmm-H--H 11 H. MH++.+UIi+1 I + -

:. : Lois Dinkins is spending a'' B. Matthews: returned Saturday r 1 ;. !' 000OO oC. > ExpensesAre ----- .
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.;; t'- few weeks with relatives at Bu.-hnell. after a weeks stay at the mill of W.; -

H:' Elder C. P. Thornton of Gainesvilleis H. Gatlin; & Co., where he drilled a ELARBEE SCHOOL HOUSE you lying awake of nights COURT HOUSE NEWS New corporation Suits TI is
: carrying on a melting the Second well for them. thinking about how Malsby Co., a (

', t;. .t Advent Church about one mile south Mr. J. II. Denmark was a business <$ "'.. e'' & .. J> "! & $> & $, &..' &- & *. .-:' .'."".. I IO' ? Does this high. to cost reduce of expenses livino-- i. The following real estate transfers I Jackson, replevin. pet oa, /:
., of town. visitor to JacksonvilleVpinp._ Irving non j have taken State of Florida upon ',
Thomas J.
and family visiting turn hair place during the 1.
Ii.. H ----'-- -- were your gray? Go to Young past Sheriff, '1
' The Lawtey school will begin its 1 Mr.: E. E. S. B. Denmark,
- Petty, of near Providence relatives here last week. Trading Company's near the week: L. Under'J
depot J.
i : li'16-17! term on Monday, AugustAn 7. v.-as in town Satnrday. :Mr. Petty reports Mrs. Larramore is \'isitingher learn their prices of Crews, S. T. Dowling, W.
as good
able corps of teachers have been a good crop and stated' that he daughter here, Mrs. Crawford. were brought to Starke, and goodsas W. T. Weeks to Edna Jackson, lot hill A. Williams: and of D.BraM! i
secured, and the parents and! patrons would begin you 4, block 32, holster, commissioners ff
picking cotton this week. Our free school started July 17th will buy there and go with Livingston, Truby & Co's :'
away 1
are requested to (\)-<>j'lerate with them Mr. B. B. Wheeler was a business with Prof. J. :M. Groover as teacher. light heart. How din a subdivision of north-east quarter of county, mandamus proceedings; ifriend
they sell her
in every way and help make this the visitor to Lake Butler Tuesday.Rev. :Miss Maud Futch is visiting relatives cheap Because they know how so I north-east quarter of sec. 28, tp. 6, Mrs. Sallie\ Alvarez by boS |
best and most profitable term in its W. L. to D. W. Alvarez, her JJ|
{ V Overstreet was"a busi- and friends at Macclenny.We buy and never buy less than carload range 22; warranty deed consideration aDd -4
history.If L. Hopson .
ness visitor to Lake Butler Saturday. had services lots. $100.J. vs Mrs. Fannie
hI by Elder J.1.. How can their goods always be J
large fields of corn, cotton, sweet Hon. A. D. Andrews was business Futch and brother fresh Lucy Powul, a widow, and JJvg
{ a Sunday at Elarbee Because Heming Brown
they are sold almostas and wife to J, W. .
', i potatoes and cow peas are a denota visitor to Jacksonville 1Ved esdav. school house. Thewere Andrews & Son of Starke, ,a corporation, , S tion of largelyat- !soon: as received and haven't got lot 5, block 1, Wynns' ;
prosperity, surely prosperity Mr. W. H. Harrell spent Thurs- tended. time to get old. addition to Starke Dtl3
}::: i day and Friday of last Prof. I ; warranty ; A vast am t
'.. week in Jacksonville. Groover made busi- The goods consideration -
a they wish $10.A.
,1"' '''''.,, .6.U..._..... to draw the
i "Y'V.I ness trip to Lake Butler Friday. public's attention to just now are as II S. Crews, commissioner mail matter was handled recen' ,'Ji
to F. =
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:; ;. + COMER L Many from here attended church at follows: Good Irish Goodwine the Pensaeola postoffice force.
;' PEEK + Whenever You Need a General Tonic potatoes, 40 north one-half of southeast brousM
:.j r' : : i Take Grove's Sapp last Sunday. cents a peck; good buckets, 15 cents quarter of northeast quarter of train arriving last night at

Florida Real Estate, Land and The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless Drives Out each; bacon, coffee, flour, rice, grits, 18, tp. 6, range22, 20 acres; commis-sec. the mail that: had acccmulated and tbu.! V
dull Tonic is equally valuable u a Malaria, Builds Up SystemThe soap, tobacco, white Tennessee shorts, sioner's deed; consideration maton since the storm tf
.X* Timber Expert General Tonic because Old Standard general Krengtlienini Ben $267.N. and work
it contains the toelc. Hur sweet feed, corn, oats, hauled to the office '
well known GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC driven hay. J. Glisson and wife *.
tonic properties of out to James The forcet"
QUI I\E When
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years Experience at Starke. 17V and IRON. It theMood.and builds up the iys- store Green, northwest
acts on the Liver, Drives quarter of nora>!lt
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Telelrapb-I.50: t ; warranty deed
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consisted of
--- pay you. ten or
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