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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 4, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME 38. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1916. .o'i NUMBER 5. A i



NOMORESTATE 'HIGH i SPRINGS LOST GAME LOSS IN EXPLOSION OF MUNITIONS" -I FLAGGING ORDINANCE 1'T

U.S. TROOPS
i,, TO STARKE LAST THURSDAY SUSPENDED FOR 60 DAYSS. AID



CONVICTS TO BE Only Seven Innings Played on : HAS BEEN PLACED AT$25,000,000 A. L. Superintendent Prom- EDBYMEXICANSIN t

Account of Weather-5 to i
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USED ONROADSCOMMISSIONERS 2 Represented Score.A |j Terrific Blasts---of- Ammunition',\ MARSHAL GOT THE SWAG- Four Mile Speed Limit.At BANDIT RAID)


threatening sky Thursday after-I on Black Tom Island Caus- the .
i regular
noon made the High Springs ball team j Sharp Woman no Match for monthly meeting of .
DECIDE TO ed by Explosion Boat. the town council held :
fear they had had their journey for on Monday night BANDITS ATTEMPT
Mind Officer. Mr.: Parsons division RAID ON
RETURN STATE CONVICTS nothing, yet seven innings were played Reading superintendentof
before the downpour came to end NUMBER the Seaboard Air Line Railway, RANCH OVER THE BORDER
PERSONS KILLED .
the game. Below is a succinct historyof j Chief Kite is rather reticent about a was present and asked for a suspension -
Commissioners Met as Board of Equalization the event: AND WOUNDED UNKNOWN : clever capture he made last Friday of the enfoicemenet of the ordinance -
U. S. Customs
High Springs-First Guard Killed and
InningEllisfirst One
!morning, but the requiring his to
flag
Monday; Millage for Different drives grounder short Telegraph reporter i-- company
to
up stop has managed to worm out of him the their trains across the Call street U. S. Cavalrj .-Four Desperados -
Funds at Next MeetingThe and out; Burney follows with three Fire Following Crash Burns 12 Build substance of the which !'
occurrence, is crossing. In the :\11'.1 I
making ,
swings at pill; Roach up and drives : as follows request Slab in Fight.
liner to short stop and out. in Merchandise Stored in Warehouses The : Parsons promised the council that he I
in
I morning question Lacy Simmons
board of county commissionersmet Starke-Alderman first up and out destroyed by Flames! Miles a colored man living east of would issue rigid orders to all enginedrivers 1

in special session at the court by long fly to deep center; Johns next of Streets Manhattan Strewn town, came to Chief Kite and asked requiring them to observe a 1 SAN ANTONIO; Tex., July 31.-
house Monday, July :24th, 1916, at 9 and out by taking three strikes; Kick- him to try to recover jai; from a cou- four-mile speed limit through the Carranza! and United States troops .
liter duplicates Johns' order by fan With Glass and Shattered fought side by sidcyn the engagement
o'clock a. m., and was called to order Signs. ple of colored women. Simmons had town, and that he would co-operate ; Mexican ;
J. B. Crews with all ning. been bands south of Fort
by chairman mem- i walking to town on Kingsley | fully with the town officers in a rigid Hancock Tex.
High Springs-Second InningHodes ca" v today, according
bers present, to-wit: D.V.. Pinhol- | street. lie had $37: in his watch pocket -
ster, A. II. Williams, S. T. Dowlingand lup and drives rounder to short NEW YORK, July SO.-Property'' but there was a rent in the pocket- enforcement of this regulation. On to the official import from Brig-
J. L. Underbill. stop and is thrown out; Feogles up loss estimated at $25,000,000 was caus- and he occasionally felt for his wad to the assurance of Mr. Parsons that he j adier General Gec.i.-f Bell Jr., :It El
N. D. Wainwright, tax assessor of and fans; Evills fans. ed early today by a series of terrific see that it was still there. Near the would take every precaution to safeguard j' Paso, to :Major GOP' Funston tonight.

Bradford county, was present with the Stark-Wall up and swings at ball explosions of ammunition awaiting bridge across :Miner ditch he felt for the street crossings the council The incident markiil the first time
three times and sits down; Pierce re- shipment to the entente allies and it Carranza troops he co-operated in
assessment roll for the year 1916. due again, but it was gone. He turned agreed to suspend the enforcementof
notice haying been given as providedfor peats Wall's batting and is out; Ca- stored on Black Tom island, a small back and carefully searched the pursuing bandits (lJi;} American soil.
nova and out by grounder to the of the ordinance for CO days from After the bandit had been surrounded
up land
by law for hearing complaints and strip jutting into New York ground as far as to the place where
receiving testimony as to the raise of pi:('her. bay off Jersey City. The loss of life he last ascertained that the wad I August loth. At that time such fur- in a ranch house on the American -
High Springs-Third Inning Beo- was ther action be taken the cir- side of the RI7'CJrande; river and
any property as fixed and assessed by still was problematical tonight. It in place, but failed to find it. Two may as I
the county assessor of taxes. files up and is out by grounder to will not be determined definitely until women, one black and one yellow, cumstances seem to warrant. j an American custoE's guard had been
short: Rozier UD. but there was something there has been apportunity to checkup had I killed another customs! guard named
of an
Representatives A. B. Fletcher, followed behind him; he was sure Under suspension of the rules a |
< trustee, appeared before the board and the matter and he fans; Veri- the workmen employed on the island they had found the money and asked lengthy ordinance relative to the street j I| Bean, ran down to the river bank and
made complaint as to the valuation gan third man and is another of1'ierce's and on boats moored nearby. them to return it. But they both aver- paving The ordinance I I called to a detachment of Carl anzaI
passed.
placed upon their lands by the assessor victims. Three are known to be dead and at red their complete innocence. He was J' soldiers on the Mexican side to comeover
.. After hearing the testimony of Starke-Heaton up and drives ball least five more are missing. Scoresof found Mr. Kite near the depot and he provides for the assessment of two- I and assist the American troops.A .
said representatives, the board sus- to deep left and goes to second; Raw- persons were injured some of them immediately started toward the thirds of the cost of the proposed captain and right soldiers re
tained the assessment made by the ley up and is out by fanning; Baisdenup probably mortally.The en whom he soon met. wom- street paving against the owners of sponded. They jo:ased in the fighting

t assessor on the lands for taxes for and is out by sacrifice fly to center; detonations, which were felt in On his demand that they give up abutting property. It is published in which soon became reneral.' Soon, the
year 1916. Heaton comes home; Alderman up five states, began with a continuous the money or he would put them in I full in today's edition of the Tele- report says, the ba:J its fled from the .
There being no other complaintsmade and gets to first by error and stealssecond rapid fire of small shells, then the jail, they disclaimed all knowledge of ranch house and retreated over the
graph and should be read by those in-
to the board against valuations ; Johns up but same old story: blowing up of great quantities of dynamite the swag. The marshal then told river, leaving behind four dead.

!; placed by the assessor, the board be- he fans. trinitol tunine and other explosives them that he was a mind reader and terested. The American d-vd numbered two,
t gan reviewing and equalizing the assessment High Springs-Fourth Inning-Ellis followed by the bursting of knew the }'had the money. The little The mayor was instructed to issue Private John Twoni-9. F Troop, Eighth:
and continued in session for up and gets on by one base hit; thousands of shrapnel shells which yelltow woman then took him aside and his proclamation for the annual election United State!' cavalry, was seriously
that purpose from day to day until Burney next but is out by grounderto showered the surrounding country and said the black woman, whose name is of officers to be held on Tuesday, wounded. He was made the target: of

Wednesday, July 27th. Having com pitcher, Ellis Advances; Roach up waters for miles around. Hannah Williams, had it. But Hannah September 12th. J. L. Peek, F. P. three bullets. f
pleted equalizing said assessment roll and out by fly ball to catcher; Hodges Fire that started soon after the protested her innocence again and I Shaffer and T. N. Kendrick were The report to Gen. Funston does
the board filed list of assessment up, takes three swings and goes first great crash destroyed thirteen of :Mr. Kite took her into the home of a appointed not make clear the manner in which
changed by the board of equalization, to his position. the huge warehouses of the National colored woman living at the corner of as inspectors of election. the fight, which tock place about 1:30
upon the real and personal property Starke-Kickliter up but is out by Storage Company on Black Tom island Cherry and Tenth street to have her a. m., began, nor does it indicate the
for year 1916, for publication as pro- catcher to first; Wall gets on by an er in which were stored merchandise searched. The woman would not sub- DAVIS BUILDS BARN. object of the bandits: in crossing to i
scibed by law. ror; Pierce up and is out by grounderto valued between $12,000,000 and mit to be searched but when she saw- the American sidi.nn.. Funstor. saidit

Board adjourned as a board of second; Canova up and strikes $15,000,000. The flames shooting into that further deception was futile, she was possible! however, that the
three times at the air and takes his the quickly The largest private barn in this sec bandits were surprised by the Americans -
equalization and organized as a boardof clouds were reflected against New stepped behind a door and extracted -
county commissioners.Bonds position on the field. York's "sky line" of towering office the wad, which had been very tion is being built for L. A. Davis by in an attempt {i escape from the

of C, A. Knight, supervisorof High Springs-Fifth Inning-Feo buildings, which only a few moments cleverly concealed about her person.It Contractor R. D. Rawley. The first Carranza troops win. + later engaged
gles up and is out by fanning; Evills before shaken their contained : will consist of stalls in the battle.
registration and W. M. Wainwright were to foundations $:17, and it was given back story numerous
repeats with an out by long fly to if :Miles! to Simmons. The latter had beat in pursuit of the
notary public, were approved.The as by an earthquake. for horses and cows, garage and sheds
right field; Beogles up and takes a of streets in Manhattan Chief Kite is marauders for se\einl days.!
board after considering the were strewn no lawyer and
was for vehicles, farm tools and machinery.
walk off Pierce Rozier but is The American : consisted of
out fiyr
; up '
with broken much
of the glass and shattered puzzled
proposition working state con- signs. over on what charge to'
The will the
second house
by grounder to short story corn command of
under Sergeant
victs upon the public roads of 8aidcounty stop. Early reports of heavy loss of life, arrest the woman, who had not stolen I I I.i eight men
of Starke Heaton up and gets on by a the only denied that and forage: grown on the place. Thompson, two hospital corps men
upon motion D. W. Pinhol- were impossible of verification, and money, she had I I I'i I
ster and seconded by A. II. Williams, hit; Hawley repeats with a hit advancing the authorities asserted the number i found it. She had only lied, and Sol-'Rion j I I '. Davis' farm in the western por- and the two custoi.-i guards. They
ordered that the ten state convicts be Heaton; Paisden is out by fly of death would probably be small. Itwas omon said that "all men are liars," of Starke is not extensiye, but speedily surrounded the Mexicans in
to second, Heaton to third ; the ranch bouse. W< (i-ls was the first
returned to the: state on September goes on said that owing to the extent of which means that one must not be too he compels the soil to yield its utmost.
error. Rawley to second Aldermanun I laid low hard it who hade
1st, 191! *", and that the contract with ; the wreckage, it might be several daysI'fore severe on liars. So re decided to let Of the crops so far gathered may b to fall, by n
and A
gets to first by pretty hit, slipped outside to airs-at him. moment -
: [ the
Board of Commissioners of State Institutions the could be ob woman go upon paying the cost '
exact figures mentioned eleven large stacks of crabgrass
of the State of Florida be scoring Rawlry and Heaton; Johns tained. of his trouble. I' later one of the hospital corpsmen y
,
un and is out by grounder to pitcher; and peavine hay. This, with shot down the Vandit.Mr. .
cancelled Pinholster Williams and j
Cause Not DeterminedThe
Kickliter repeats with an out by, fan : what will be harvested later, will feed l _
Crews voted for the motion. Underhill PICNIC FOR MISS HAZEL BROWN
of the disaster had not :1 ,
and. Dowling voted against. It was ning. cause I animals when in the stalls! and : J. F. Kicklitei, .tnd family have
been i determined tonight. Officials of
further ordered that the clerk of said High Springs-Sixth Inning-Veri- i! the fertilizer furnished:: by them willi 1 moved! to their K'n.i'f.vifry' ;; lake cottage

board notify the boar dof commis- Last Thursday evening several of'i:enrich the fields I I for the remainder of the summer.
sioners of state institutions of the (Continued on raze .1)) (Continued on Page 2.) Miss Hazel Brown's friends gave a I|i .

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state of Florida of this action. n picnic at Kingsley lake in honor ofj
The millage for the year 1916, for this popular young lady. I.I

the regular based several upon meeting funds the budget August will le made made 7th, at at 191 this the(., DEUTSCHLAND?, I.OADED I WITH 1 RICH Register Mesdames chaperor.ed J. S. Brown the party and L.who D. .!RAILROAD STRIKESEE? LNE 'IT9. [;



meet and The script in;?following. ordered bills drawn were for approved same: ) CARGO HAKES'; HER DASH FOR SEA 1 spent, t bathing a.:most.(' delicious, !singing pleasant pi and; lic evening doing supper.boating justice -- : uLE IFDGrr1AN, DS ARE NOT hi'?ANTED I 1t


f General Fund Those p.rticip.tinjr in this happy
A. H. Williams 3 days com and event were Misses Etta I I I ---
nv'leafe ___h______ __. 18.0 ---- Register, :SIR ROGER CASEjMENT RE-
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here. Whether or not they from, Wille William*, of Fort Meade, Lun- President Wilson and Federal
came
J. B. Clew do ______ ______ 1UC Captain of Underwater Boat '
S. T )howling do _____n_______ 14.21D. the armored cruiser North Carolinaor ette R-'fcUter:: Beth Wimberly, of High I|: Officials are Watching De- I PORTED HUNG FOR TREASON
I D. W. Confident That He Will cnoSof the allied land, Hilda Lewis of Kathleen .i / c
Pinholster dc __UUhU 1 r;.2i I) cruisers on patroloff | Jasper, ____ m

J. 1.. Underhill do _______ 'h 12.S"" Elude Enemy Vessels. the Virginia capes could not be as Alvarez, LouisrBossant; Hazel velopments Closely. ; Is
N. I Waiiiwright bal Lord Cecil Says ;Casement
due on certained. Brown, Elsie;: Steams. Messrs. Pow-j --- t

W.1013 II.; Miner tax books ink etc-for clerks : The machines manuevered back and j ell Carpenter, Harold Brown. Rawson i I i STRONG MEASURES SAID More Hostile Than Irishmen

office ___-____--______--___ 1.00 EIGHT CRUISERS WAITINGOF forth over the water at a moderatealtitude. Davis Clare>ifC If'j-i.;;ter. Lucius Ad-I' NEEDED'1'Ihose Caught With Arms. t
THE COAST FOR HIM kinson, Lory Register:: Drayton Cul-I| TO BE URGENTLY

Total -._______--__-______- :aFO;: f) I J i ley, Harold Wall and Allen Canova. j jI I --- -
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Road and Bridge Fund I in Charge Dl'clare"ole WillI LONDON, Aug.: 'J.- -Sir Roger Case-
M.: W. :Mann balance due on Aeroplanes Circling in Lower Hampton I'as.zs Solomon's Island I I Mrs.! P. W. (Hodges, of Tampa is. ment will be hang"'d Thursday morning

lumber __________________- 10.00 Roads But Identity I'nkiiownPassenger BALTIMORE, Aug. 2.-The )Deutschland visiting: relatives in Starke. I Show an Almost Unanimous Vote at 9 o'clock, in- the Pcntenville rl I

Covinjrton Co. pants and shirts was! reported as passing Solo -- fcr :-trib.ing-U.; S. Chamber of for high trea;.on.
for convicts ________n_____ :fi.V29: : : on Old Dominion Liner mon's Island, Maryland, about I prison t
eighty I-annan brouht; up the rear to prevent Commerce Urges an Inquiry Int.1) Lord Cecil toM tbe Associated Press

Total _h -_________-_______ 45.29: : Allege They Saw Buoys Supporting j miles from the Virginia capes, at 2:30: undue crowding by the fleet of I. the Controversy. today that it was rot the British government's
()OutMandin Indebtedness Fund :Supposedly, dire :.Netting j i lo'dcck this miming launches that followed. I| purpose! K reprieve Case-

W. O. Tison int on script for j I The !Solomon Island dispatch said 1 Annapolis, thirty miles youth of here i --- ment. The condt'iniiM man H i sentenced -

$l00( due Oct. 1, 1915: ._ _u r.",1: that the Deutschland was steaming ata reported that the )Deutschland passed I[ WASHINGTON, Aug. 2.-President'I Ii to die on a charge of assisting y

W. O. TUon int on script atrgresratine NEWPORT NEWS: Va., Aug. 1!.- I speed of about sixteen knots an there at R: !." o'(lock, steaming about i Federal officials the Germans to fom'i.t a rebellion in
.)i1.ln due Jan- The German merchant submarine, the hour that there indication Wilson and other are ,, 1
; was no t'r1miles an hour. The tug Tim- 1 Ireland, according to ;ord Cecil.In
uary 1. IllI.u( 20 n:! I I watching closely the developments
U huu Deutschland, was sighted off Tangier when she would stop and that it appeared mirs alone was convoying and only a statement try the Associated

Total ___ ______ __ ___ 27.2"::!: :Sound at fi o'clock this morning. She she was going right down to one vessel was following a newspaper connected with thousand the demands railroad of the ?re' I ord Cecil said: "Casement
Thp board adiourned until! the first was still heading toward* the Virgin- I the capes. dispatch boat. Weather conditions at four hundred em- was more hostile to l ngland than the

Monday' in Aujust.:: 191(. i i. eapt's at a high rate of speed. Tan- I :Sailing: plans of the Deutschland thai time were favorable. j ployes who have voted on whether to Irish leaders who were caught with

r-- W. T. WEEKS. : gier Sound is about ?"> miles! above were a carefully guarded secret, but Spies Were on Guard; .I >t'-ike if the:: road, do not give an arms in their hand { He visited! Ger- n
= Clerk! and Auditor. the I' working day and time anda tried
eight-hour to
capes. when she left Baltimore there was a'' Capt. Koenig and his crew, of twen- man military prison'snd I.t
Passengers arriving this morning on I belief that she would proceed: direct to ty.-c-ven men, put to sea with the half for overtime. induce the Irish piU;
THE TELI:GR.II'Iis HONOR ROLL an Old Dominion liner from New York Newport News. On the other handthere knowledge that a man had telephonede The Department of Labor and Fed- their allegiance to Coat Britain, and

reported that when they approachedthe I was an expectation: in somquarters agents of the entente allies that the eral Board Mediation: and Conciliation there. is no ground, (t jjblic or private,

Name of Those Who Paid Subscription Virginia capes only one foreign that the submersible wouldj Deutschland> had started. They knew are watching the situation, but ''I which to mitigate, Casement's

During July warship was anywhere in sight. A j'I seek a quiet cover or inlet somewhere how he had watched at the end of a !j they announced tonight that rotting crime." '* _

peculiar looking; object lying low in I in lower Chesapeake Bay and therei nearby pier, day and night, but teh 'I can be done now tIle ballots are being I The West----End: --ball- X j-am--of-Jackson-

T. F. Gaskins. J. I.. Green: C. A. the w.ter, with two mats \'iihlt' was i i j' await a favorable opportunity to makethe captain went out of Baltimore harbor I counted. I II |[jville i and the Star!.e .;tigers played a
Boy,). J. S! observed and it was noticed that the dash through the allies' blockadeoff his ,
Price. S. W .Tillis, A. O. smiling aid! wavirg cap. His last Timothy Sha, whi i is in charm of i|!r double-header Thnr.sddy' afternoon, but
Jer.ki'1s.1.: A. Blackwelder. foreign cruiser was heading directly; the the harbor
D. W. capes. words in were of praise for '
Hazon I counting, estimates that the returns ii the forms were clo.e(!;l-efflre the score
F. C. Hollingsworth, W. J. towards it. Persons on the liners Sailed Late Yesterday i 1 America and for his treatment there '
Jorsyth. J. A. Tyler Rome J. An- could ret make out what the objectwas. The Deutschland sailed from Baltimore iby customs authorities. He said he i will show almost a unanimous vote was learned. .
strike. --- -" -- ---- --
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A favoring
B. a
Boney. X. .
L. Undl'rhill.11': ,.. F. :M.Sternberg.Whit,. J. L. It appeared to resemble a submarine late yesterday afternoon with a came here "dubious about his recep- II President Wilson today forwarded I tice C. A. Crocker, at "Newberry, without -
Barnes. J. R. Dukes. D. B. Warren. but looked more like two huge declaration from her commander, Capt, tio!'." bail awaiting action: of the grand
Labor appeal
the
P. Fouts. Perry Dover, :Mrs. C. S. buoys! with masts above Whether or Paul Koenig, that he would take her ('apt. Koenig said he had learned : to Department an of I! jury. r
Com-
received from the Chamber
:\lcCnrmack. :Miss Addle Bai.den. J. B not they could have been floaters supporting safely home in spite of the allied warships : that eight warships of the entente al- I The warrant upon:which the commitment I

McCrary Co., I. W. Andreu, II. H. a net was the more interestin waiting for her off the Virginiacapes. lies were waiting for him at the edged merce of America urging an inquiry I was issued ;alleges that on t

Thoma A. *. J. D. Smith. W. J. Epperson. .speculation discussed among the pas The submersible was towed the three-mile limit, spread' out in into the controversy between the roads July 2C'th the accused :nade an a.=ault
H. Edwards. J. :M. and the employes and declaring a
an'ot"klrs.: Traylor D. W. sengers. Whatever the object wait s out of the slip where she was berthed I a radius of five miles. "We shall have "and did feloniously attempt to commit
W. II. Ste'en"onlrs.: "unless
strike was inevitable some
ManJ Kite. II. 0.: Alderman. B. M: lay just! outsid-j the three mile limit, twenty-three days ago at 5:40 o'clock to pass unseen within that radius in strong measures of intervention are a felony! to-wit: jape. A young

JTomberlin. W, 0. Silcox.! J. S. Elixon, where the channel is very narrow. this afternoon, and it is expected willput i order to escape," he said. "We shall introduced." I white woman is invoSred! as the pros-

R. I.. :MeNeal. J. L. Stalsby.. W. Pin- into Newport News between 8 and have to make that passage under conditions speedily ecuting witness, particulars i were

holster! Jr., J. C. Alvarez.. G. Be11..plrs. 9 o'clock tomorrow morning. After> not entirely advantageous to not given out. ;
M. V. Hazel, W. P. Gifford H. P. Aeroplanes on Guard. getting into midstream the tow line: us. Were the water at that point GEO. KNIGHT NEWBERRY MAN, It was said Weditsday: afternoon

NEWPORT NEWS, Va., Aug. 2.- of the tug Thomas F. Timmins was deeper it would be easier. We could HELD FOR ASSAULT. that Knight will probably seek release:

Two aeroplanes were seen flying over cast off and the Deutschland proceeded submerge deeply enough to pass underneath through habeas corpu? procedure. t

Miss Hilda Lewis returned to her : lower Chesapeake Bay and Hampton 11 down the Patapsco river under her( the warships. But the water GAINESVILLE, Aug. 3.-George Knight was a candidate for consta-

home, Jasper, Tuesday, after spend- : Roads shortly after daybreak this I own power. The Timmins went to one there i b rot 150 feet deep. We shall Knieht, a white man of Newberry, '" in District No. 6 tJ
'lag several weeks with her sister, morning. They were not from the I side, the coast guard cutter Wissasicken therefore, have to pass between the was brought to the county jail Wed-I primary, but was defeated by S. G.

I.rs. J. c. Robinson. Atlantic Coast aeronautical station r to the other, and the police boat warship;." ne'day, having been committed by Jus- Wynne, the incuml*n.*. i ,


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I PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, ALXIST 4, 1916.

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Etery Starke Resident Should Read I I I NOTICE OF ELECTION.

tGp9 KILLS HUNDRED What a Neighbor says YORKISSEENTOBE !i Acts Like Dynamite on a Sluggish !, I with
of 1915. umlrr
I WHEREAS. The Legislature i
,1 Liver and You Lose 1! the CoriBtitution of If fa. of the Slate of Flor-:
,l I ida. did pass three Joint Resolutions proposin i MagnoliaBalm.
0'U Mrs. M. Johns, Starke, says: "I INCREASING Day's Work. in!* amendments to the Constitution of the

MORE RESIDENTS was bothered by kidney disorders and I' l'I State of florida. and the same were aitrwd toby i ,
I a vote of three-fifths of all the members ,
f suffered from backache and severe !|I I elected to each House : that the totes on aaid : c
;;: ;: I II
.Uc* pains in my limbs. I used two boxes i i i There's no r why a person Joint Evolutions were entered upon their re- 1 .

i of Doan's Kidney Pills with the best'' should take sickening, salivating cal- :I spectue Journals. with the yeas and and direct nays ,
PHYSICIANS FROM OTHER' thereon and tm-y did determine Look as good as your city cousins. i
HORSES DIE ON STREETS of results. They relieved the kidney I omel when 50 cents buys a large bottle that the said Joint Resolution be subm'tte.lI matter if you do Tan or Freckle No .

LI FROM THE TERRIFIC HEAT difficulty and removed the backache(.I CITIES HAVE BEEN CALLED I I ,: of Dodson's Liver Tone-a perfect !I I to Elrctum the electors in November.of the I91o.State at the Genleral I' Balm will surely dear your skin; in M:1rnolit ,

March substitute for calomel. H. CLAY CRI .\\\-1 Heals Sunburn too. Just
and pains. (Statement given i j 1 1I I :':THEREFORE. I. put a little t
ietoitS I": 10, 1911.) Treatment With Adrenalin Proven to It is a pleasant, vegetable liquid 1 I I FORD Secretary of State of the State of I your face and rub it off again before dry*
Thermometer Reaches 102 Degrees- which will liver Florida do hereby tine notice that a Simple and sure topl-ase. Try bout
start as
Over Three Years Later I your just sure- GENERAL ELECTION' t a
Promise of Relief From Torrid Mrs. Johns said: "Doan's Kidney be Succe-sful in Fifty Ca".es i ly as calomel, but it doesn't make you nil!! be field in ach county in Florida <>nTuesday i to-day and begin the improvement at f
I White P r.k and
Where it Was Tested. sick next uccfedn the /first Monday in once. IW-Rcd Cokr. ,
and can not salivate. I
Weather Given by Bureau. Pills have done me a lot of good and j i November, A. D. 191'*. the aid Tuesday' being 75 cents at Drug l 'S or by mail dir ;
Children and folks
1 I recommend them as highly now as I, | grown up can the
1 take Dodson's Liver Tone, because it I SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER I SAMPLE FREE. i iI
e\'er. XEW YORK. July 31.-The city fur the ratification or reject.on of the ,;aul

CHICAGO July 30.-Promise of Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't health authorities and Mayor Mitchel: is perfectly harmless. I I Joint Re-olutions pn>."<> LYON MFG. CO..
relief from the torrid weather that has todain the Calomel is a dangerous drug. It is ,. Con-titution of the State of Honda vu i I 405SthSt..Brookln.Nr.:
simply ak for a kidney remedy-get' conferred regard to composition .
I! -
prevailed for more than a week came Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that of a list of 15 or :!O prominent t mercury and attacks your bones. Take ,, .\ JOINT RESOLUTION I'ru.in an .\men.l- -rFORSME- -

tonight at the end of a day during Mrs. Johns has twice publicly recom- i physicians who will be invited to come i a dose of nasty calomel today and you I nu-nt to Section 1 I of Article! 9 nf the i + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ++

which the themometer reached a point to New York from different parts of f' will feel weak, sick, and nauseated to- State Constitution Relating to Taxation +

within a fraction of a degree of the mended. Foster-Milburn Co., Props., the country and join the battle against t morrow. Don't lose a day's work. I it and Retailed l Finance.Be by. the Lrfiilature of the Stateof

highest ever recorded in the Chicago Buffalo, N. Y. 29 infantile paralysis. The visiting physicians Take a spoonful of Dodson's Liver1 I I Flonda: +

forecast district.As will receive all their I That the fol'mrmir! a-""n.twnt nf Section +
expenses. j jJo
Tone instead and will wake
a result of the protracted heat Commissioner of Health Emerson said you up :i 9 iif Article 9 of the C ,n-litutu.n of the State. :
asPi in maximum of Closing out our children's white [ feeling great. No more biliousness, '! relating to Tauton: and Finance is herebyaerted +
I I ,
culminating a that he hoped to hold the conferenceon
l.1..1'tor'
to and shall -ubmitttd" to tin +
I 102 degrees at 4 p. m. today the human dresses at cost. Sternberg'sThe Thursday or Friday of next week. constipation, sluggishness, headache, .I I of the State for adoption or r-.HCtir-n at f

peml death rate reached a point where In his letter to Mayor Mitchel Spestinp -! coated tongue or our stomach. Your !' the next general election hereafter : that is to +

county morgue officials said there was ;- the- conference, Dr. Emerson"The :druggist says if you don't find Dodson' : say. that Section !; of Article! 9 of the Const + acres on Lawtey and Lake fI
Quinine That Does Not Affect The Helll
tution of the State le amended to r.a,1 l asfollows "
no more room in the institution for Because of its tonic and laxative effect. LAXATIVE !aui: 1! ;; Liver Tone nets better than hor- I + Butler road, miles west of +

ftC / bodies. BRQMO QCIXINElf i better than ordinary.. opinion of capable physicians i | rible calomel your money is waiting "S.-,.ti"n 'f. There -ha'.l be exempt from + Lawtey. +
( I increased rio- QUInine a..e! does not cansprrvor ne ncr taxation to the \al\if of the hundred
Prostrations greatly and scientists in this city and else- 'for you. (12-44) property + 25 acres en Lawtey: j.r.d Highland f
in bead Remembn the 1\1:1: name 'jloo I
ncg'.nz dollars to everv widow that has a familydepemknt
ri'ot tious scenes at lake shore beaches ( for the siwure of 2. W. GKOiK 2V where is to the effect that advancein I on her for support. and to try + road, "National. Highway" +

.t among the thousands seeking relief in our knowledge of the disease. infantile I RATTLER KILLED NEGRO person who is a bona fide resident of the State + One-half m.4e orth of depot 4
a the lake and made necessary the services at the time, but all of these except paralysis, might be obtainedas I II ant ha- !I..t a limb or been disabled: in war +
cash
I St-'OO tH'f ;.
a !I of extra police, while the health two have been accounted for." the result of a conference in this i or by misfortune"_ I or +

.. department announced that hundredsof I The body of an unidentified man was city during the present epidemic, of Body of Negro Turpentine Man Found I II ;- 20 acres en I I.. -"tey and Highland +

horses were lying in the streets recovered from the water near the leaders in scientific thought and investigation With Hands Clutching Snake.' A JOINT RESOLUTION Froposinit an Amendment -, + road. "Na'.or.af Highway." *
to Actions J. :3 and 4 of Article VII
1'I where they had fallen dead from the Lehigh Valley pier. A child in Jersey : in this country. There are I I of the Constitution of the State of Florida + One mie! north J Lawtey. About +
,, .,,_..__. .. _. _.. ._ ... ._. ,,_ .
I
'from 15: to 20 from to 1... .i.. +
heat.Charles City according to the police, died from men Chicago fle:4 uIr.1 LU .u u" a" nypu. L flinrl" six acres c1 arPo1. $hOI) cash or +
I L Mitchell assistant forecaster shock after the first explosion. ;, Boston in the medical centers who I BAINBRIDGE, Ga.-Local negroes I Be it KcviKcd by the Legislature! of the Stateof I + terms 4

of the local weather bureau have made inportant contributions to refused to work in a turpentine camp Florida:
Many men told stories of having: I +
That the following amendments) to the Con- L. H. HILL
+
( said indications were that Monday been blown hundreds of feet over land j I| various phases of preventive mediI I near here because they were aware ofthe stitution of the Stare of Florida be. and I +

; would be cloudy and prow gradually: and water. I} cines. I believe their presence here 'I prevalence of rattlesnakes. The, same are hereby agreed; to. and the same Ih"l: Lawtey Florida. 4

cooler and that Tuesday would be Most of the sixty or more injured ', in New York for two or three days : turpentine company imported a rang be submitted to the electors of the State + 4

i pleasant. Other points in his district taken to Jersey City hospitals were : would result in organized efforts in I I of South Carolina negroes who did not the fen-Tal election in 1'1\6. for ratification + + + + + + + 4'l' + + + + + + +
rejection
( had shown record temperatures, Mr. various laboratories to supplement the !, know of the danger. The first day's :
struck by shrapnel, falling glass or I 1 Section 2 of Article VCI! li hereby a'nen.kaiCo !
,i Mitchell said. An area of high pres- debris. Nearly all were in the rail- work that is being; done under the work had been started after which aq to read a-t follows- 'j. r.

sure forming in the northwest was road yards or or. craft moored near I committees of research in this city." : one of the negroes failed to return at The I.firslaturn that shall convene in the j COFFINS CASKETSAnd
niht. A search: the next day led year 1919 and thereafter shall consist of onemember
to
bringing relief according to the fore- island. Adrenalin Successful
the Included them area
among of the Senate from each county in a idll line of
the
,
I caster. few women and children whose Marked success has attended the discovery of the body of the negro the State and of one member of the Houseof |

Out of 185; deaths reported today homes were on barges. I treatment of fifty patients with intra- I at the foot of a pine tree. A huge R..r..t'nlati\t's from each county in the i Undertakers' Supplies

upwards of a hundred were said to be Every window in the pedestal of spinal injections of adrenalin. the remedy rattlesnake with nineteen rattles, hada State for every ten thousand of population ,
therein the fraction thereof wh.rethere
major I
due directly or indirectly to the heat. the !Statue: of Liberty, on Bedloes island 1 recently suggested by Dr. S. J. death hold on the negro's lifeless nw or be a major fraction left over afterditiding ( Always on hacd. The best service -

Dr. John Dill Robertson. health commissioner opposite Black Tom was broken. I Meltzer, according to a report to the side, while the negro's hands clutchedthe the whole number of population of'' at the lowest prices.: Special

I said fifty babies had died and the main door, made of iron and I Health Department by Dr. Edward J. reptile around the neck. Both had the county by the number ten thousand : Pro-'' attention to telegraph orders.
been dead several hours. M'drd. that each county shall have at lea.t oneRiprentative
II of heat in the twenty-four hours end- weighing almost a ton, was blown off I i Bermingrham. In 35 cases the reportsays. j and that no county hal ha- --

in? yesterday morning. its hinges. The statue itself however the symptoms completely sub- more than three Representative in the Houseof Registered Embalmer
I : nection with the
Police reserves who answered a riot was not damaged except from the' sidtd. while the other infants are said epidemic, making a R..prt-kentatues. The meiiber of the H'>u".-

call used their clubs to control the I. rain of shrapnel which bespattered it. | to bf speedily recovering. j i total of twenty-one surgeons now on of Ripresentat; : shal! be elected! for a term DeWlftcTjONES
S the staff. IIf tWO years and the members of thiSenate
j crowd which stormed the Clarendon ,' Although the plant which furnished !' "We feel that Dr. Meltzen's theory I -hall be elected for a term of four year e,- .

municipal bath house on the north i i power for Bedloes island was shaken has been sustained." Dr. Bermingham I .\ Doctor's Remedy for Coughs. cent as hereinafter pro.h'd. The election fi'r Suc'sr to <;J. C Livingston &: Co

shore after thousands of persons had I and partly put out of commission. the said. "We will be- I member> for each branch shall le at the --arm'
not Starke Fla.GeneraHnsurance
,
stood in line for hours without gaining: ,!' famou* "lieht of liberty" burned on'' say proven I, As a cure for coughs and colds Dr. I time. and ulacs. The term of office ..f :Senators '
j'I cause fifty caes can not prove suchan Bell's Pine Tar Honey combines these elected in l1l.11:111! expire. on the fir-t = ,
admission. i I| steadily throughout the hours of con- important matter." I remedies in the I Monday! inpril.!. 1919. The term of "*!',- -------- -
children fainted from I just right proportion
Women and .
fusion. I of S..nao" elected in 1'1)< from the fc'' o- .
the heat and excitement. I i It is expected the scope of the experiments to do the most good for summer colds ;
I Most of the damage at the irriiigra- : in.r count' ': to-wit : E.-caiil. Gad'-dt-n.
will be widened and the and coujrh A trial will the I .Ia : I.- .
; prove ''-on. < i n. Madi-nn. Lafayette Tav'nr c. -
station in
tion wrl'ckeil'alk* and' 1-
wa
:, treatment administered to a larger value of this splendid: cough medicine. I I :i'ltibia. Xa ,an. Du a'. Marion =" 'imU" 1. '-
LOSS IX EXPLOSIO\OF MUNITION'S buildings and shattered windows and '. r... f
j number. of sufferers. Three more surgeons -j j Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey soothes the -" -nn. <' Munnw. I"tnam."IUla. Ham -
.
PL.CED1' S2J.OOO.OOO i doorways. Two barge.! ablaze nrd ton. ,\a! "hua. ;3ro'''ard. Liberty. Hernandu! I repre.'ent-none but FIRST
I have joined the staff of Dr.
1ln.. \vi'h shrapnel "helI. drifted to :; irritation stops your cough, kills the i I'm lj: P'-eva!. I'alm Fach anil Levyhall
.4 Charles Bank*. senior surgeon of the ,!, cold germs' and does you a world of |j'" tnr m the /firt :Monday in .\pril. I'd! a" CLASS companies and will be
(Continued From Page 1.) i 1 the island. An explosion on one of the United States Public Health ervicf. I 1! good. A :!.jc bottle will more than I otheSenator Tn be ..!...-ted in the year 1 '1" II constantly on the alert to promote -
I II barge* damaged the structure housing in charge of the j their term of office -f-a'l! expire on the fiiMM.indav !
t. government's bureau convince
the National Storage Company and the the power plant. you-it yill\ stop your cough.At I in Apnl. Iii:!:!. .All mmh.-r? of the I your interests. Guarantee

Lehigh Valley! railway which also suffered Patients Were RemovedTwo for regulating; interstate travel in con- druggists. ((3)) H"''i>e of Rpprt"entail-1 elieted at the pen- courttous treatment; to all pa-
eral elerton in ISl". their term of office ha"expire ::
I heavily through loss of propertydeikied other fire-swept craft groundedon on the first I'n.lay in \pril. l">:;i. and tror.s. A well written policy by
that reports to them showed the southwest corner of the island, thertafter the term (If office of a'l: Tiember of
fire started shortly after 1 o'clock the H .f u first-class agent in a first-
a i which contains the contagious disease "'ii-e i R..rl't's.ntalh-t. hall commence
; L this morning on a barge belonging: to hospital. The medical staff removedthe CALVES SACRIFICED TO TICKSA nn th first Tuesday after the. first Mondayin class company sometimes means
\t nl nt\t succ..dir,1t the .I..ction.t the;
an independent towing company that i 450 immigrants on the island to cr .neral flection in VJand tber after a I, much in case of loss by fire.tH. .

had been moored alongside: a dock us- i I the Battery. Senators to he electedshall be .''''CI.." fo' .i r-
ed by the railroads to transfer arn- I term <.f four the term btcin tb
( I Many small craft as well as several ears. to on C. RICHARD Starke
I munition shipments from trains to good-sized |I fir-t T'ie-d.iy after the 5r't Monday! in \pn 1 ,
steamers and sailing vessels .
f _
of tv { :' \vin ytar. txopt that u"-n a n
vessels, in the hatbor. I
| were badly damaged. Crews on county' is created the Leir Iature shaH at thai
The barge it was stated was there the rug ocean liners anchored in the time 15' the length of the term of the firtSerator

j jf without authority either of the tail- harbor or docked along the New Jer- a to be elected: therefrom at two or fouiJtars I
read the The officials i with the end :n10.."- of ;neepine fh Ask Your G'rocer0
: or storage company. sey and New York water fronts, declared n in-1 M .. old} S'nato" in a balance with then
f / refused to disclose the name of that when the first two great r of the new." ,

the independent towing; company, saying explosion occurred: it appeared as if Section .t of .\rtic!.. VII "f the "onsti; i- J

r they were investigating "to ascertain their i ':'ps_el.-: were literally picked up ti >n n la hE'' by amended a* to real a- f' !I.

: whether the barge purposely had out of the water and then hurled back. low'The* ferula'! *e--sion of th. Legislature that
"
1 een set on fire as the result of a plot. ) All Nnw York and citie within a shal1 rr.-et in Hti'shal: al'\l .rti..n the reire"trtat CHEEINEACSTHEfLORIDAflETALPRODliasOl

I A statement i ism'd tonight by the I."- radius of twenty-five miles were awakened >n >n the HDIIMof Repits-entatue" ain ..

j high Valley railrcad company said: :j by the explosion. Within an this Article! provided! which apportionmenishal1
"Thirteen brick warehouses' ; be lased! run the !la1- census taken by
storage j hour fi.'iOO telephone calls went over the Statt if Florida! or by the United Stat'
out of the twenty-four owned and operated j thr rolice wire from excited inquirers.: WI :h .' ci,' i ithe !a-t taen.: in tht >ee aico

bv the National Storage Company -j I Hundred* of thousands of persons.many ni1: .f tie "tr'.', and the-,. -I at 51 l a,
and six piers owned by the stor1! 1, of them scantily clad niifi ;er ttn years th.l't.aft..r M'al ap ,.
excitedly
ran -
and leased to the Le- ti m the '*'"rt.fntati.n in the 11,)',-. .)f R: i.rtentatnts .
aCre company ,, through the streets while automobile in the manner n thisrtict <..

high Valley road. were destroyed.Zev- ;(1eral 1: .*. containing policemen, firemen \idid.( which apiKirtionment: shall ne ba--ed '. S S .
others of the brick warehouses and others dashed! along. Dete on tie la-t ctn>us mumeration la' "n h} tl I. IS

wer badly damaged: and some minor i .tive.: were rushed to :Maiden Lane. Sta' >Honi'a.. o' Iv the I'nited Stateswh'ch .
ill the la-t taken .
ever next t.f,1't tl
t
damage was done to the .l..ehi Valley !i j th\: home of th" jewelry industry to Legislature so apportH>nnu the reprv-entati

grain elevator! In addition as far as i t j uard against thieves. 'ebo''' ..nn'Qn....H ....."
i is known. eighty-five loaded cars were! In the downtown section countless Section 4 of .\l'tic:1''II: of the On.ti'ution .
destroyed."M.! :> is r, rety aim,Kil >., a> to read a? -
w-------
4 windows were broken. Scarcely office lo .
T. Henley. night general yardmaster "- MANUFACTURE
building from the Fif- When
Battery to any m.c''unty is created b'ht
for the New York division of I ;tiath trplt escaped damage. demonstration that tick eradication pays. This photograph was taken Lem'ature! it shall: be entitled! to one S the Lehigh Valley railroad. was on June 13th J. and one member of the House of Representatives flETAL
More than a score of persons according on the dairy farm of C. DeBevolse, St. John's Park, Jack.
the pier wh1. the fire startedHe to the sonville. The ten weeks old, tick Infested calf at left had until the next enumeration providid for
police, were injured in just been pur. in Section S. of this Article! that shall! betaken CllLINGSCUIVERTS.SHIN61E5
said the explosion which occurred at :Manhattan and Brooklyn by flying chased at Greenville, Florida. The twelve weeks old tick free calf at after the creation. of the
: 2:0'. was in the barge where the fire I I glass. right was raised on Mr. OeBevoise's farm. Notice the much larger growth county. or until the next census enumeration

I II started. ..._ ..__. ____.. ... '
T1.1L1UU4LiU.J." VI J! pt"l'VU"" :111 c1t'r"t'y.1l T ro: )' attained by the tick free calf. Both were sired by Jersey bulls and were that shall be ta't'n' by the United Slates o'

Removed Loaded Cars I I fl"d to tha park pfter the first ex out of mature cows about the same size. Mr. OeBevoise built his dippingvat I America, whichever after the shall creation the of sooner the said be taken newcounty VIO OTrJER

"Mr. Henley's first thought was to''' plosion. Panic stricken women wheel- early In the year 1913 for the particular purpose of saving his heifer I after the creation of said new county. whenit SHEET METAL

remove the loaded cars on the flier I'.'I "d t.?carriapos about. SO'T'e of them calves from the ticks, and says that it has been the best investment shall be entitled to: one member of thelou.se
from the danger gone. He said that praying and others screaming.The he ever made. I } of Representatives for every ten thousand I BUILDING

when he reached the end of the pier /fire on Black Tom island still | '. -- thereof of the population.tame as or othtr the counties major fraction j .

i'I I the barge was burning fiercely all over raged tonight. The large railroad One of the greatest financial and corn belt make it unprofitable for WBlTt TODAY"MMfitt .-NO *"""-

and the fire was beginning communicate yards of the Lehigh Valley and the, re- (economic wastes in Florida is the those farmers to raise large herds of A JOINT RESOLt'TIOX to Section 1 of Propos\rtic'e:ne! an VI Amendmmt of the. FOR CATAlOGUU QUOTA OW
itself to some of the claimed JACKSONVlLLC.---FI.A.
; cars meadow land for miles around
I large number of calves of various beef cattle to produce calves and feeder Constitution of the State of florida as ,
ages
the
nearest barge. virtually were covered with great piles stock amended by Joint Resolution No. :2. Acts -
"Two long cuts of cars were successfully -, of wreckage, and countless shrapnel which are sacrificed annually to the to consume the galn and of l 93. Relating to Sutfraire and Ellinbil.ty. ca:" of his n.turn''ization. or a duly IlIthcsti-

removed from the danger ht'lls. many of which had not ex-1 zore before the rapidly spreading fire ploded. i The pasturage cost for carrying the Be it Resolved It y the Legislature of the Stat Section J. ,>" the adoption of this *lt'lll-
When tick infestation is especially of Florida: meat to the Cors'.itution.' the Leg, sliture MU
erienlfed the balance."It C. W Yeyden. chief of the Lehigh: ] breeding cows Is too high on the ei- That the following amendment to Section 1 enact appro' lat# !as to carry the purl***
I hag not as vet been definitely Valley railroad police. was killed heavy the deaths from Texas fever pensive land. The cheap land ranges of Article VI of the Constitution of the Sta' of thi am..ncm.into effect.

determined lust what the 'I1(1nloss while aiding: : an engine crew mat- 'and exhaustion run as high as ten can produce calves more cheaply, for of Florida be. and the same is hereby airre>*,
to and shall be said
( submitted to the electors of The with PtP'
votts c-ist compliance
will be. Some 40.000 tons of raw sugar temptir.e to number of freight' 1 per cent. That is lot of vealto which If
save a a good the grain belt farmers are willing the State at the general election in 1916 for posed amendi-ient* and the canvu d!cI
valued at approximated ?:a,4O.000. .- car fr">7i the fire. A quantity of ratification or --ejecti- be IUb7.d
: i convert Into fertilizer, when the to pay high prices, u they preferto I turns and return thereof shail
is krown to be lost. It is believed dvnnrpito exploded rear where he was Section 1. Every male person' of the age of I to the same rtgu'atioiu and mtneUOl* "
'. that the other con'ert of the standing it was said. i j state U importing annually about 10- feed out the crops on their farms twenty-one vea-s and upward. who is a citizen i are provided by l 18. for general elettioni

warehouses destroyed will greatly increase The Lehigh I 000 dressed veal carcasses to help during the winter months, so that they of the United Stairs at the time he applies the State of Fton.'a.
Valley railroad tonight
WHEREOF.
to reirifter :
:{ f. this amount. There were no explosives sent n teleiram to the bureau of safe- feed the people.A can keep the fertility on the land. elictor ill all "It'ct'ons shall under be deemed the Constitutionof a qualified IN1 ba'e TESTIMONY hereunto set my barf "

'.< stored in the warehouse Two hIf the Interstate Commerce Com- j' little tick is very insignificant in I The nnuhed cattle are marketed the State of florida. prouded. that he possess .T,' ed the Great Seal el t

';t .. t. f of the cars destroyed were loaded with mi*;;ion. inviting: co-operation in the I| i iinve appearance but a number of them on early in the spring and the entire farm shall the following have additional! qualificationsHe : (tEAL State of florida. at T&ilihI'! ''

r I shrapnel which woull not hive been I !' !ration as to the of the i a calf acreage is again given over to producing resided and had his permanent tb. Capital. this the t'
cause sap a lot of its vitality, stunt j home and place of abode in the State of fi3h day of July.! A. D. 1ft" ,
: ,. o'!rC'e of danger but for outside the. explosions and more crops. Florida foone I
fire. .
:. I Ing the growth if they do not even >taand in the county wherein H. CLAY CR.\\\FORD.1e...,. )
('t-. ., The other cars destroyed were loaded tually kill the animal. Ticky Calves Not Wanted he applies to register for sit months. previous 8-4-141 1
thereto' --
-
. principally with salt and -------------------------
. Edmund L. Mackenzie pork.president Will Sloan's Liniment Relieve Pain? :i Inuring the former days when matured The grain belt farmers are turning He "nut le able to ru.1.rit... and inter- NOTICE tlF GUARD.V SALtThirty '
of Try it and their eyes toward Florida for their fu- i ptt *r'v Section of the Conrtjtuton: of the *
the National Storage Company declared I see-one application tick infested piney woods cat- ture fettling State of Florida! at the time. he applies to day a"-r .!ate herwf on W-i* _
rejr-
,; tonight that the r-bnt "f hjeo"e prove more than a column of claims. tie sold for around $11' a head it did stock as the western biter and vote 2Ist day of .\I1.\\t. 1'i5. I will apply.' ,'..i
James S. Ferguson Phila.. Pa., writes idLges are leing cut up into farms, but He must own i"l his right Honorable! C,." A. Gardiner County Judie :-,'
not make
> valued 7.IfI0whilE'> toO much difference if own property to ,
t rn ua : at ? a considerable
the **
i "I have had wonderful relief since I buyers do not want calves or feed- th.8lue of not less than five hundred dol Bra Jlord Ccjut1. Flonda. for aa Or .*
: the contents of the warehouse w re 'tued Sloan's Liniment number of calves and older I" tcg steers which have been stunted lars which tact -ha'.l: .... determined only by sell at private ,.!!le the one-se.enth UBW- -
T""cb1h' Worth lc n <"VlVW| \ Or-a ftf on my knees. cattle died each from Texas fe tHasssment books of the interest each o Tulee Smith. Ethel 5II'I' ..:ic
: To think\: after all these years"of year I m growth from ltd infestation as they county at the fred rtle SBJ: '
:
v } pain time he applies to register Smth. Lu'n< Smith.I>
and
the warehouse which vote.
remains
: intact ver but since the cattle have cannot make i
I one application gave me'relief. Many owners any prom feeding eapensire H. must not have been convicted Edwin Smith. minor heirs of Mmdeceased
h > sa'iL' i i. previous
< filed '
t wth"Tii! B"- thanks for what your remedy has awakened to the advantages cf breeding I grain to that kind of stock. if the t mo he applies to register or vote of in and to the following/
;
[ ". des the great quantity of raw sugar done for me." Don't "suffer- better quality stock the grade They will pay good prices for good !art'.nrt.Lf>t.ry. fnrvery. perjury' or bribery land. Situa ed n Bradford County.
J i Ii > "r ed. there were :!J4. Apply Liniment where calves in thrifty condition at on tick- : of :':orth Southt
" ; } much matting f"*", r1,',, ....f> weaning Stat or if 'o convicted he must lU: quirter of quartt:1
-f.: .T:'r a*> ..nd other mt'rl'Qnrl! ; :! Th your pain is and notice how quick you time are worth. from $15 to $25 a less cut-over umber lands in this state, have betntlr.d to the 'uhts of Citizen.shio. Ststii.n iJJt: : Township ((61 S.. K* If....
, t I get relief. Penetrates without rub- i i here vie. can produce at least a million t t'a.-t. contain nr i all uie Acre mereJuly !
I ln That
4. ; bing. Buy it at drugstore. 25 a year, after the ticks no person or lineal -
. any .
.. -. said. ; a b:? hole in the possible income descendant of such PACE sMir7i5t ___
partly any
.- t'I f j Mackenzie was cox-- cent?. have been entirely eradicated, so tick person who was on id :
(3)) January first 1>';7. : ; Guardian! fur the! afoft5&
; .1 T ered bv in.ura"cLoss .' Iron the!: cattle industry. free calves or prior thereto entit'ed' -,
; ; can devote all of
their to vote under the Constitutions -- "-
T !t. l't of life Not C teat. The Strong Withstand the Heat of Building Vats To Save Calves Wood to building muscle and bone. any of the States or Territonties.and or laws ent ted!of NOTICE OK FI.vii.: DISCHARCt ,

f' .. L ; ".-'* far a* I have been able to as- Summer Better Than the Weak Progressive owners are building dip Are you so strongly in favor of the to vote under any form of itovernmeit, or any Six month tJ'.tr date hereof on W--if. :

' I I certain." said Mr. Mackenzie "there Old people who ire feeble,and younger ping vats to save their cahe:* from ticks that you are going to continue be raturalired denied the citizen right or his descendaiu. s"ill I 14th day of J.mary. 111-:: I trill pf'fIIId'
"
to
pr-parfrttlv has net been a ere?* lo..* people who are weak will be strengthened the ticks and at the raising calves to feed them or are he shall not be able register and vote because vouchers sal final account to t.H .
same time aredipping to read. write of
1 1.- I.f i cf life. This urdoubtedlv wa* fy" to and enabled to go through the depress > all of their stcck you going to eradicate the ticks, Increase interpret any Section of the Constitution and of Ceo. A. Florida.Gardiner. County adaiiniilrttor Jad te* el"t_>> __

: 1 the fact thpt few pr.::ons 1h'0 'n the ing heat of summer by taking regularly ; obtaining your profits! and the food supply the State of Florida as above provided or because county.tate of D. S. Wheeler.as deceased. iM -,It

immediate vicinity of oi'r "hit. 'Pia**' Grove's Tasteless Chill Toni It purifies ; larger we.ght gains frciu the grass ) c>f the country and help w> make he shall not own property of the value be dischraged: u such tdminiitrttor. 1

.:i.,,. were of course a number of Dr'qto and enriches the blood and builds up ,consumed. I Florida one of the greatest lire stock i United above specified States however; natural at zed the time ciliztn they* ef the This the 14th day of Juy. 191''t! J:

< watchmen and firemen on the grourd the whole system. 5Cc. I' Intensive forming conJiticns in th1 J, states in America. i,i and before they shall be admitted to register aoply. Admin atra'r oi the estate D. W.of MANNita.D. S. .,.,.1'-
.l shall "
i present to the registration officer eertji1 deeeued.'T7. f.


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FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. !'.\GE THREE

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News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. 11 I Isuss U TRADE MARK REGISTERED 0 ;



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Lessaaasesaesasa +aac>sa o.ro e, -..raaresasxsxseaaasrTold + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

I by Our Exchanges.: I II Mrs. Fox Suffered Years With + LEGAL NOTICES O o .
PEANUTS Q .

.. H B BI Bi B _- -- the Rheumatism and Could + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 0O 0"I o _
I BILL FOR DIVORCE.In .

U1I.-Contracts for over $4,000 I Iwrt most swallow up a buggy, while auto- Scarcely Walk at All-Now Circuit Court, sth Judicial Circuit: : of have also used it on Peanuts and Corn with splendid tt utS.
Florida.
advertising were signed by ists have to jeopardize life and property Bradford county. r
President of E. G. Sewell of the chamber i,; by "looping the loop" if they Feels Ten Years Younger.One Nora Jones va I! "I 1 have been using the Phoslime unpulverized but bow that it

of commerce recently l as the first move cross the chasms.TAMEAThe. Pope IonsBd1 would have given much better results had it been pulverized to 100 meh "
for DitorccNotice
in the big advertising campaign which inaugurated ': sensational; statement after an- to Appear O for the reason that it would be in much better form to be taken up more o
: by the organization, I crop of candidates other is being made daily in connec- The State of Floridi to Pore Jones Greetinz "
is expe:ted to bring even a larger incident to the spring campaign was tion with Tanlac, the new medicine : D readily D
crowd to this city next season than above the average, although the yieldof that is accomplishing such remarkable It havinjr been shown by affidavit that the o o
Dtfendant Pope Jones i is a non-resident of the
t was here during the past winter.JACKSONVILLE.Just nominations showed no increase, results. Among the latest who have State of Florida and that the residence of IMMEDIATE DELIVERY

I and the several counties made some testified to the benefits derived from said defendant ii is at \Vaycro Oeoruia. that

one week !' money in the deal. As to Hillsborough the use of the medicine is Mrs. M. H. there Flor da! is the no service person of residing a subpoena\ in this upon State whom cf Prices F. O. B. Phoslime, Fla., In Bags .

after the first public the Tribune says: "Figures on the Fox. of 010) Gilmore street, Jackson until bind aid defendant and that said defendant -
workmen began nnouncement'l total expenses of the county in con- ville. is over the age of twenty-one years.

dations of the packing Ar.1 nection with the recent primary show "I have suffered for years and It is therefore ordered considered and adjudged o CARLOAD LESS THAN CARLOAD o
Company on Talleyrand that the county is the gainer by $2- years with a very bad form of rheumatism that the aid defendant Pope Jones do.
and to the Complainant's mIl! of Complaint D
mour j appear! Q
avenue, thus establishing a new record 576.12, as the receipts from candidateswere ," said Mrs. Fox, "and my herein on or before the 14th day of $9.00 Per Ton $10.00 Per Ton I
for rapid movements, and further considerably in excess of the ex not sleep well at night. I tried most August A. D. 1916. in default whereof a decree o o
emphasizing the importance attachedto penditures. The total receipts were everything I could hear of trying to pro confes will be entered against: the
$6,890, while the totalled but well but nothing seemed to reach said Pope Jones. WRITE FOR BOOKLET
this new plant, which i is to be ready expenses get It is further ordered that this notice be
for operation: by October 1, 191C. $4,40'J.91. The balance on hand will my trouble, and I just kept going from published in the Bradford County Teleitraph.
be turned into the general fund of the bad to worse all the time. I lost about a newspaper' published at Starke. in Bradford FLORIDA SOFT PHOSPHATE & LIME COMPANY
county." all the strength I had and had to give County Florida once each week for five eonseeutive -

T.UIPA-According to dispatches I. up all my housework. My whole system IN WITNESS weeks. WHEREOF. I have hereuntoset o BOX 462 OCALA, FLA. o
Rev! J. E. Wray, formerly pastor of WEST. The local seemed run down and debilitatedand my hand and affned the seal of our Cir- U
Methodist church at Orlando, has KEY gas com- .1 I cuit Court this the kith of A. D. u
the being unable to the personaltax finally I got so crippled up on day July EI01 XOEIOl 0=0. .O IOC aorr:
the Federal grand pany, pay 1916.
been indicted by could scarcely walk at all. I despaired ..
Jacksonville, for sending obscene of $1,505, had some of its property (SeaD W WEEKS
at well and
of day
jury ever seeing a --1 f-St.: Clerk.
seized the marshal. He levied
through the mails. It by up-
matter
I would l be able to walk
thought never
in behalf of Mr. Wray that on two of the automobile trucks themronager's NOTICE X
is stated and the around again. In Circuit Court Htn Judicial Circuit of
he has been suffering from a nervous I I car, one motorcycle "My daughter, who lives in another Florida Bradford County. I
trouble for several months and is now furniture and fixtures. It was announced three bottles of Tanlac :Mrs Sallle Alvarez by her ne\t
city, sent me
I that should the levy be made friend D. W. Alvarez her hu.-Land. :
Hospital for the Insaneat
at the State through the mail and wrote me that VS.
the service would be discontinuedand I
Chattahoochee.: I gas this caused a run on other fuels. she had heard of several cases where Mr Fannie L. Ho|",nn and her I A Financial BalanceA
left in Tanlac had done much good and ask husband B. B. Hopson. and :Mrs.
The property levied upon was Lucy r.iwell. a widow, and theBank I
OCALA.-A three foot alligator, or, the custody of the company without ed me to try it. I began taking the of Starke. a corporation ,

as Mrs. Malaprop would say. a three bond upon the assurance of S. P. medicine and in a few days noticed im- Bill For
foot aligory blew into the Star office Vecker a representative of the company provement. The pains seemed to gradually Notice to Appear Foredosure.1 I
disappear and sleep got bet- The State of Florida to :Mrs. Lucy Powell I i
shortly after noon today. An alligator that it would be delivered when- my
checking account financial
a widow. Greeting: frequently operates as a -
ter. I began to gain strength and was I
can blow into a place, can't it? ever the city requested it. It having been shown by affidavit that the
When first seen the reptile was making feeling better and stronger every day. Defendant: ,.,.. Lucy Powell a widow non- balance.
its way up the stairs to the editorial Besides relieving the rheumatism Tan .i It was discovered by C. MACCLENNY.-Last Sunday night lac seemed to give me a lot of energ" resiilenc- aid defendant is at Lenoir. State I
rooms. of North Carolina. and that there is j
the depot here was entered by a thiefor and made me feel at least ten no per'son '
E. Harris on his return from dinner. years in the Stat of Florida the service of a I The check-book provides a convenient method for
Mr. Harris was perfectly sober, too. thieves bent upon securing $500, younger. Why, I can now run up and .ubpoena upon whom would bind said defendant -i'

I The staff can vouch for that fact. which they thought was locked up in down the steps as lively as anybody. and that said defendant is over twenty meeting one's obligations, but by accurately
the strong box in the office. The rob- I feel like a new woman in every way one y.'ars.

bers were badly fooled, however, for and all the neighbors are talking indited It is that therefore the said ordered defendant.considered Mrs. Lucy and Powell ad- I, and permanently recording xpendi-
ESVILLE.-Florida farmersare with his usual foresight. Agent Vining about wonderful I
I recovery. ,
my a widow do appear to the Complainant'sKill tures it also
building: silos. That statement. had sent the money to Jacksonville on I "When I finished up the three bottles of Complaint h.rein on or before the !i serves to discourage; careless

does not apply to small sections but the night train for safe keeping. The my daughter sent me I hurried 4th day of September A. D.. 191?. in default spending.
whereof decree confesso will be entered
to practically the whole state from party or parties entering the depot, down to Betts' Pharmacy to get against the said Mrs.pro Lucy Powell a widow.It .
Wauchula and Fort Pierce to Pensa- unlocked the outside door with a key. of the medicine, for I don't want to is further ordered that this notice be published

cola. The extension division of the They entered the office and forced the miss a single dose, for I am /going to in the Bradford County Telegraph a Maintain a balance in your personal financesadvise -
University of Florida has been keep padlock on the strong box with a jim- keep right on with the treatment; I newspaper, published at Starke. in Bradford
Florida each week for five
ing records of the number built. Last mie, or some like instrument. There want to know Dositively that I am county secutixe weeks. once con- with us in regard to opening a personal

year a special agent was sent out togive was nothing in the box but some pa- permanently well." IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto
f demonstrations and to aid farmers pers and nothing else in the office was set my hand and affixed the seal of our Circuit Checking account.
who wished to build silos. disturbed. Tanlac is sold exsluslvely in Starkeby Court on this the 22nd day of July, A. D.
C. P. Cason; in Lake Butler by 1916.
Tomlinson-Maines Drug Co.; in Hamp-- SEAL W. T. WEEKS.Clerk

DeLAND.-Claiming self defense as ton by the Hampton Pharmacy; in D. E. KNIGHT
TALLAHASSEE. A very sad Solicitor for Ci-nplainanti. i- *-.5tMASTER'S
death occurred here Sunday night. A a justification for his act, M. Luck, Lawtey by the Cash Drug Store; in SALE. '

negro) man living on Mr. C. W. Bell'splace of Ostene, in the southern part of this Raiford by the Weaver Drug Co.; Notice is hereby given that under and by Bank of Starv

started home on Saturday after county, is in jail here, charged with and in Worthington by R. T. Taylor.C. virtue of a final decree of foreclosure! made

noon about six o'clock with his wife, the murder of his employer, E. G. Ivey A. Smith, Sampson, Fla-Adv. and entered in a certa'n cause pending in the
Court of Florida. of Bradford County
who with his brother was ofa Circuit
owner
,
when a rattlesnake bit him on the on the Chancery side of said court. wherein .
ankle. Dr. Brown was called and everything large turpentine still at Ostene. The FLORIDA GETS NICE SUM FOR The American Trust Company a corporation. Starve, :-: Florida
that could possibly be done shooting followed as alleged by Luck Administrator of the estate of G. F. Markillie t
a long dispute running Rack several GOOD ROADS. is complainant and G. W. Johns anti hiewife .
his life but
was used to save to no .
defendants the under.signed
Alter Johns
are
months. Luck who was employed as
avail. I : as Special Master will sell before the )C- OOOOCOOOoo <
bookkeeper and secretary by Iveyj WASHIXGTOX.-Southern Stateshave court house door of Bradford County, Florida
r I j Bros., claims that he has not been been allotted $8:>0.9:13: of the $5.- on :Monday August 7th, 1916. between the le .
j JASPER.-Does anybody in Hamilton able to collect his salary and that 000,000 federal road fund availablefor gal hours of sale, to the highest and best kidder -- -- ---

' county know the man referred to there has been numerous arguments this fiscal year under the new fed for situated cash and the following being in described Bradford real county estate WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL

I in the following dispatch which we over the matter between himself and eral aid road act, the department of described as follows to-wit: ?
5 clipped from last Saturday's Jackson- his employers. The night of the mur- agriculture announced recently. Southwest quarter of the southeast quarter

5 tulle Metropolis? "Camp Harris Ga.. i dpr he said that in the commissary of Georgia received the largest sum, and the of southeast Section Fifteen quarter and of the the north""tQuarter southwe.tcluart..r UNIVERSITY OF FLORID.FLORID..\ STATE' COLLEGE FOR

tie July 14.-William Summerlin of Hami I the still he renewed his claim for a its allotment being $134,3:29: : while of the northeast quarter of Section GainesvilleInvestigate i I WOM.f'N

::i ilton co :nty, Florida joined the GovI settlement an argument ensued which North Carolina was second with $114381. ,- Twenty-two. all in Township Six. South of j Tallahassee
I ernor's Horse Guard today. After a I rapidly became heated. Tennessee received $114.153: Range 20 Fast containing one hundred and its Advantages Before .
hike of one and fifty miles ; twenty acres more or less! : together with r'\\ An institution of th. highest rank for
1 j hundred I Alabama $104.14: Virginia. $99.fifiO; and singular the tenements hereditament end Choosing Your College
from his home, he is emaciated from j j43C the education of Young Women.
.-\P.L.CIIICOL.Tht' Chatta- South Carolina. S71.807; Mississippi, anpurtenanccs thereto belonging or in anywise
J| the lack of food and his hair and hoochee. Flint and Chipola rivers aided $88,905' ; ; }Louisiana. $(7,474; and Florida anpertaining.\ students from 51 Florida counties 589 students from 52 Florida counties
"
The above will bt,101 to ufafy
j beard hung down to his shoulders. t I j by the many creeks tributary, have $5o,97) >. Besides these states, the final decree property in above case and costs. Term1 and 24 states and foreign countries and 11 states 1S13-K! ; Total 818 in-

I[ poured their floods of water into the Texas received $291,927: Oklahoma. cash purchaser paving for title.EVFRETT 191516. Total 818 including Sumner eluding Summer Sc'cool. Write at once
I 1 with the result 11.l:9rkan; : $*? G89 and M. JOHNS.
Apalachicola river, ; as. : .
:\IAm.-\ .
-This city was visited Special Master in Chan "Y. School. Write at once for catalog. 'for Catalog.
that the Apalachicola is higher than Kentucky $97,471 I
Wednesday afternoon by the heaviest \. V LONG.
rainstorm in its history. The for many years pa.vt. Farms near theriver apportionment was; made by Solicitor for Co-tiplainant. "-:-:a. I A. MURPHREE, Pres. I .... EDWARD H.'NRADL Pres.
cloudburst lasted forty-five minutes have been completely covered states as required by the law. one-

during which time from six to eight l\v this flood of water, and crops have thud in ratio of area, onethird in I -

incites of rain fell. The streets were been destroyed and! live stock drowned the ration of population and onethirdn -

flocded and many stores were coveredto entailing severe losses upon the ; the ratio of mileage of rural delivery P

a depth of several inches. Several owners. In the river swamps where routes and star routes. The largest bonier

large washouts occurred on embankments there arc located many timberml'ns'i sum that went to any state was a.J-aeyau'asr.barac.
few
on the main streets of the city. i i (' the logmen were routed from that given to Texas. Slip a Prince Albert

The extent of the storm is unknown.The their camps and forced to seer refuge The total fund contain $;:;,0110,1104
lsewhere.] Several of these camps and in future it will be divided
storm began at ;5 o'clock and was years smokes into !
over .before 6 o'clock.i'EXSACOLA.Capt.. consist of shnnties erected ten or as follows: 1918, SlO.OOO.OnO: 1919.! your system c -
I twelve feet above the ground. When si.i.oon.ooo: lo-jo! : s-20: .nnn.noo, and in

the water crept in the doorways of the I 1921.: S25.000.000.: ( The' act requiresthat : You've heard many an earful about the Prince Albert
R. O. Farrell vhintips the occupants took to their I the apportionment for each year ,

and crew of eight men of the American (I.nut.. to escape being washed away by shall b made in the sam mH"nC'r.I :: patented process that cuts out bite and parch and lets you ,

schooner Bradford C. French have the rising waters. Above Ai>ah< hicoh I smoke your fill without a comeback! Stake your bank roll that ; tit
landed few miles the river is like vast inland ,
at Panama City, after beingout a a '
Are looking for bargains? out hour of the :
at sea for five days in an open sea. stretching for miles beyond you proves every day.

boat their vessel. being a victim of the both banks of the river proper. 'Then try Sternberg'*. Prince Albert has always been sold
L' ?
nui'iicare of July 11th. She earned a _. without
i cargo of 4.000 barrels. of molasses.The coupons or premiums. We RINEE >

crew only had an opportunity |I prefer to give quality !
putting in the boat a small quantity, TOWN TAX NOTICE. ejI

of sea biscuit and a cask of water and There's sport smoking a pipe or rolling

their !'l'lntsUl1plit's had become. ex oTln: i, hereby given that the following d ,eri1..J lanL< rill I.. .old at Publieuetion your own, but you know that you've got
hautt'lhen they reached PanaintCity. : ,, an the Ftrat :Monday in I'h'ml..r.1l1.! .;. ''I I."nl the! nh day or said month at Starke: in ALBERT'open
tlw County or I'r\.r,1 State of Florida' ,'r .o much th..n..f as will It. n'Ct..ar to pay th" to have the right tobacco We tell you '
amount tue. fur tauh.. run ,et op1'osite tham.., together with th'! c..t Hf such sale and
I
;tluutant. Prince Albert will bang the doors wide Y;
SILAS KITE. :MaivVial and ('oll.
MIAMI-Development of the largest tor. for you to come in on a good time the national joy smokem f, f
avocado' \business in the
United States nursery i is the ain of a corpor- i, UEsCRIPTOS T K A OVVSER T & (' firing 'up every little so often, without a 'f

atiun formed t..t 11 Hlk H I.. T. &' IV add( -_'-. 6 O-l. E. Alderman ______u tall You'll I feel
nohping' headed bvLlovd regret like smoke :
I tarts l J :i 4 and :N' I._ of lot 5 in Jom-s your past
G. Tenney of Orlando, and 1V.1, add _.. __ .u__ ._= f 2S2 :Mrs. E. C. Croft -: has been wasted and will be cannot e
J. Krome of Homestead. An extensive -: K at a iH.int !"+' ft VV of N\V err sorry you
tract in the Porrine grant has been of :Madison' and Broadway 'H and back up for a fresh start.
r'lIWI"':j ft to Ornirr St. X M"
optioned and will be used for the development = I .
E1t'ft.N11111ft.E9Ift.Z
of the nursery business and ft.:'I'' ft to I't of tn -----------------g 6 James \\". Eddy _--_____ 2 6.>>; = = You swing on this say-so like it was a tip to a ,' '
the elopme.it of croves. The cor- Urt5 .. 7 .>. Tk! 1' --- ---g 6 22 11rs..1. Kloreos __--__-- :46'"
pt'r\tiln will be capitalized at *50.000; Com at NE cor of wt.: of NVV, of i thousand-dollar bill 1 It's worth that in I happiness -
An SE, of NK:', and run W l'V ft. "" i and
office has been leased in the real contentment to to
S.Mi; ft, t: 1'"' ft. X 215 ft. to you, everyman
estate I Collinwhere the new com fag ---------------------2'. 6 2 Josephine! Gloier _Uh_ C."" who knows what begotten
panil! have for a time at least, -----Lot: Uk 4.! I.. T. & Cn'. sub .._ -..usKnt.t 6 22 Julia Goodwine _'____n._ 1.5 can-
their headluarters. lots \ IS C H I'.lk J VVjrn's ,,, Inu11 i out of
add u h __ U_ ._. t IM a chummy
-- I ::'I. \ land bound,.d Ihy: :Myrtle St 2s 6 22 R. C. Heawer _'_h__ L"+ jimmy pipe or a makin's
Madison St. W l land of
S b <\
( LE!')h) .-Friday afternoon G.:.1 l>a\is> and X l>y '; Sec line --------29i 6 ::: L. M. Little ___u______ 1'.4'') ;'' '' cigarette with ;
I. :McDonald} foreman of the Evans X land Com at SW cor :Myrtle! ''I I III
& Brace Lumber Company's plant of I and Madison: its and run S lay i D o Prince Albert for"packing" {
this plate ft. W 1";5 ft. S Irt5; ft. VV 105' : ft "
and Sam Fa'rrell.
,
night: \ Jl'i ft. E JI" ft to INK ---------.9 6 :!"- L. M. Little 4.5' i D r* r
watchman at the mill engaged in .' all lot 3 1 1 a pHB friaM
a }v'. of lot1 and 4. I I Pp 1
fit fight It'lk VV'., of lot.1 and i PR Albert tidy
over some difficulty. McDon- : I: and 1 \ [ TOBACCO CO. r red tin, ltd la

ald. who had: \ gotten the best of Farrell i all lot 3 4 Hlk'lL.___ T.____&___Co's_____ .....-Sele.. N. C. f fact every Prince
in the i tub .--._.__.--. __-- 2 6 D. 1' lliltum 24.4' Albert pack,&-, hit
mix-up started to walk Com at NE cor of VV i.: of NVV', of V' I If the reverse ;% i teal meiugr-to-you
away and as he did so. Farrell grabbed >E'i: of %1a"d: run W Irtii ft. l' 1 of U>(Udj IJ' unltereversetde.Youll
{ up a wagon !standard and rave for \ him ft. S 307 ft. E I.''" ft. X ;2i II'i ft I ,a July 30 b, 1907." That man
a smashing blow the right
cheek on to IXK -. : Richard Ki-jnulJi! 4 b,i f/ I I that the United Statei Ocvern-
!smashing: the bones on that Lots 4 and farts of lots 6 and ment hat granted patent ou the
!;idef procett by whkh Prince Albert i*
the face hemorrhage .
producing > Hlk ------------------------2! 6 :2 W. H. Risen Est .
from which he died very shoitlvefterwards. 10! Islk I S of Railroad Our ____.___ :s 6 ;; Canning ractory.. i.4vinStarke : .4;;;: l II + 1 made.thnut And parch by which a", cut tongue out I fire Everywhere end
.
Lil1 Blk: 45 ana lots J < elk I 'II find ll
II tobitco n sold you
4o. L. T. & Co's sub .___._---_____2< 6 George Scott tCoH .. :.4;3 I II Prince Albert: awaiting you
6 A land in Nh cor of SE', of SE I I ? ;S 1+ EQ to brppy red bags 3c; tidy
o
less t, A in NE cur, bounded E re J owe lOc; handtoa
GAIXES\lLLE.-Unless something by See line dmdin Sees ,'x ands \ pound and half:POll
is done toward repairing the damage :; '. S by S. A. L. Ry. W by Butch tin humidor tad
,
done to roads by the rains it is place, in Ee-ry' add __U'UUU 2Blk < 6 2! J..1. VVainriiihtMrs. __ 12.1! i that clever cr/iti
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that some of them will soon y Temple' add n..n. -hU :> 6 22 Eunice Camna ____ 61.: ? 1 T11 G eponfe-moistener
1 lot 105 ft square in Scor of
have to he closed to traffic. The road S\\'', of SVV'I4 _::--,_--._--.----.__2-1 6 2; E W. Driiriccn Bat ?_ LSI/ utr y' topthatkeepeths tobacco In such '
leading: from Gainesville to the Ben- 5 A in SE cor of SE', of SE' --.2 9 Ii 2 Mrs. X. E. Drillll"rs IsU 7r- \ due coniStUoaalwayll
n>ngton section is reported to be almost -t Lots 5 6 7 S Blk 4. Alvarez's add __._2-< 6> 2::. M. B. Wilder _00___==== 46; / ''llA 1 In11 w''lllr \' 1
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miles opposite the Thrasher farm, a few Special Sale on Ladles' high grade: Special Sale on glen and .t f
out of the city.: Here, it is said. Boy'sslippers / S
srullys have been washed that will al- -$1.49 at Stump's. }| Palm Beach pants at Stump's. '0


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-_ PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST; 4, 1916. .



The brains and brawn of the American -! WHAT IS YOUR WIFE W'Jniri/; I -! + + + + 'p + + + + + + + + + fI 1 I con-ider any objections that may be filed on I I r IMPROVEMENT -;::- --

or before the date therein named by persons I nrmnCAT OF .
Bradford County Telegraph people can pioduce: anything, but I + LEGAL NOTICES interested against the e sm.nt proposedto I.
1
unfortunately, we are careless. So Wisconsin Professor Has Tried to + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + b levie Any prcperty owner or any person I THE TOOF Iu..d by

. will supply needsat II Estimate Uxorial Value in therein, who STARE
, long as someone our (I shal b disut-I I For Improvement
I I
Published Weekly, and entered as sec a reasonable price we are contentto Dollars and Cents. I PUBLIC NOTICE. ,, bte improvement with the apportionment hall have the opportunity !I I'roiwrty of rit Within In\

let them perform the labor, and it BE IT REMEMBEKED. That at a resularmettmit Auewd
ond class matter at the post-office at and lie required within the time prescribed by t

Starke. Florida. is only the when trouble the of necessity manufacturing arises we at I A Wisconsin professor of home economics I I Starke. County of the Town of Birdford.Council State of the of Town Florida cf ''I| this in 'ritinl.Ordinance gpecncally to file with and the clearly Town, any Clerk.ob- I.1 ==:-:: -========:::=-===:::: : ==: -

go to has made an exact estimateof hviil on the 1st day of Auirik-t. A. D. I51!". ,.' he may desire to urge aainrtuh In.tlmenl : :
-- -------- -- home those things we have been buying { at ita refrular! place of m.tinl. in said Tow n I. .jection apportionment. 1-J________________ dde-----
what a wife is worth to her husband .
E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Onrur abroad. at 7 :3" o'clock p. m.. there being then and ;1 SECTION IV.t the meeting of the Town :-$------------ cbe___. ___ lt 11-
But, with this dye business, we were in dollars and cents, says the I r.1 pre-ent the following m.mbr of said Council fixed for the hearing hereinbeforespecified 3-s---------------- tte--------------

H. E. L.GERGREX.s"ociate Editor to immediately supplythe Indianapolis Star. It is asserted that council : I. o at any time to which the hearing 4-s---------------- clue5 ==::--- ::
not prepared J.V.. Andrews.. Jr. S. A. Brjan E. S. of objections to said special. assessments t -<..-____. (; ---- "
-- --- reed. To establish a plant to mate she should be credited with earningthe Matthews J. W. White J. C. Wills. AWnt.Nore be adjourned the Town Counc1 e -- *.ue--1: -

the dyes as good as those furnished by difference between the cost of raw i, may give each objector an opportunity to if h.hal -;:-::::::::-: --- due:-::=:= ::

Taylor county did herself proud Germany requires a lot of money. Capital material and the finished product that I At which meeting certain proceedings were a to any objection that shall have been filed s-j-___-_-. duep --.::_ : :=l
other day by voting for $ OOuOO roads There is no certiintyhjw h. among which were the f.lo.inl. to and shall! hear and determine any and all -* due---.-- \1-
bonds. There is no better proof of the I,. is cautious. the j she turns out. wit Councilman Willis presented cerain such objections that shall hae been filed to 1 10 I---------------. d'.te--------------"-:" _'iJStatke. i::
would last and I
long the war and after its read l the
Ordinance being : ,
>y .
and intelligence of the peo- Just what this is he learn : the an i rtionment < f such sr..cial a- .; m T.ts | .
prosperity can by florida-------- ,
not willing Clerk moved that the Rules suspended and
men with the money were I b and after such hearing confirm RECEIVED _
ple of a county than the building of tie up capital in dye works and !' estimating food items; for example I the unan:mous consent of m.mt.r pre.- the uss.ment a: ipdicnted in.ith.r the r.s..u. i,j the sum of----------------------OF----------------------___
!jto
*1i 1io1 god roads.- _.. ---'- I then have the war end soon and Germany -:, by noting the difference between the !i ent read be", oLtaine to consider same to the the Ordinance Conmittee a* tun, 3- published or if nece ary and ,'.iuit-1' beng: the frt lnw' instai'lment[of -
I ihout referrnl able so to do shall amend the ame and r"i j dial and Pr
Various counties in Florida have step in and undersell them. They cost of a barrel of flour and the cost I I on Ordinances : the sait apportion: such assessment before such con- ,.f .ndebtedness. IS sl cir.d in thi eT.ft

voted an aggregate of $12.000,000 in demanded a protective tariff on dyes of bakers' ]loaves made from the contents I motion t.inl seconded by Councilman Brjan. firmat'on so that the apport.onment that =pal! I I L'y-------------------------
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stated and called
the Chairman the motion
) good roads bond issues during the and dye 'tatf:*. Matters are now being of such a barrel. A more direct |o for an ae and nay xote and the 10tin" pn'- Council be nnaliy shall made: be and confle- the UtAien Tr uun.r, Tn of Star }_
made Ford
1 American Ju-t
I. J pam eighteen months.:; It doesn't mat- adjusted and soon method however is by hiring a house. vailed each of the said Councilmen \oted ai<- the different puc-s of property abutting and ,! Sta-ke. IloriJa. -----

I N 1 1i ter very much who is chosen governorin dyes; jut as good as any made anywhere keeper to do the cooking and dress in fa' 'r If a ,I motion. Thereutxn. Council.. f-tnum the -aid im, rovenunt and vi that'' T"rl"-ED (IF------------------ ':
I'I. l lin' b. :: sum cf
mann.I..5 that the Ordinance
market.
will be the mOl..d --------- DOLLAfiT
\ Ga. on 'I e "-ment charted against and all ----
likt that. Savannah ( ) any a; any
: H! a state and other labors ', I ling the stctinrt annual .t'ipVnt Jf
Mean while those big factories that making performed !" !! the "aid motion being stond..1 h' pieces of property assessed shall be not more in< rf n.: .'
Iro News. of German by the wife. Unfortunately this is.. Councilman Whitp, ant then and there put to than the tiju'table proportion of the bmeir-; i I. a. and interest a sp-cified in this !
sufficient supply 'I "
had of inde-l.tedness. crfct
S a a vote of the "a)' and "nays the t"i !! .

James Whitcomb Riley is dead and (dye were tempted by high prices to !i seldom done until the wife has gone I i tHimcalled. the said( Ordinance unaai- that.. hall :have provided been conr.rnd ho\ter. that VI'd n o 1 ..,'i'rvem'fl14 .h-1 L;___ __ ___..._.______ ____ ':.

th' country is at present without one supply the needs of Great Britain and | to beaten so that she fails to bene- m..u- a.t! : .t K a \.'ttof a'.l: members of amendment increase the amount to besJeciaI Treasurer. Tcwn of StarkiStarke .
shal Frd
de-erving "the title of poet. Rilcy's France and let the American buyer : fit by the husband's discovery.There I I tr> O voted'iin! ire-ent." and each there of beinir the said noot members ,-- !!)' a.-l il air a nst tier propefy. I florida -._----"_ -

treated of hustle for what he could get. "a\ ,' :t rr ti'" cinfinTV'iti ',.* tS apportionment I j jnr RECEIVED OF------- ._____"-_
but they which'.shl
simple .
afol
poems were j "n vote r"clrJt,1 "
Is reason to believe however. I i the said a-sf ment by the City Counri.1 I the sum of----------------------
and interpreted the tenderest feelingsof When retail dealers of this countrywent I. lows: forthwith being the third annual
the Town Clerk shall once instalment!
the markets to buy colored : that no wife who holds herself in1 I "Aves" J. W .n.Iriv-. I-,, ?. \. Brvan.E publsh and of tn.
heart. He was poet into the ( rips interest
the human I II III 'i'i 'h.rra".l' ) 11:1) T I 'Hafh newspaper -i| a fl.ril.d in thisof
J, White.. J. C. WIN. rate
S Matthew
| due respect will accept this so-called !
forced
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of the people and as such he will be hosiery fabric etc.. they were I None publihe in the said of 'n.I.I.tedn.ss.
that j scientific estimate of her value to the Nays to said property By--n__ ._- _
of his from smaller factories \ --h
m* roiled more than was any predecessors to buy 'j[ Theaid Ordinance ii in the follow!. dicating FI.rlta. that the apportionment of Slarke'l Treasurer, lon of Surke.hU "_

fi in the lyric field. were throusrh necessity. using infer- family. She knows very well that she' words and figures, to-wit: sessments among the different piece'f Stsrke Honda. Ford
Ir.o..r
S ior dye*. These factories, however I' is worth more in actual money than Ordinance No. 86. ha' .' (ten conSrmtd by 'r. Town j RECEIVED OF-__ -h---I

c i io Lafayette county has the shortest were honest about it and would not the difference between the raw mate- ORDINANCE. I'KOVlDINfi FOR THY TON- Council Jh'inl the date of said confirmation } the sum cf------------------------ D 6LLA8a
r delinquent tax list:; of any we have iruarantee the color! to hold. The retailer i -TFI '-nov OF CERT STREET IMPROVEMENTS and upon publication thereof the -nul atnvrt -- i I bein.the fourth annual installment---, of prmt
rials and the finished products and i 1THE TOWN OFvRivF ..
seen yet this year, only a trifle over to supply the demands of his I .. : ;- :11".r. d and continred hall| cipal anj inVrest a> 3.if..1 l in "i- pr. M
'I HKMNO THE ASSESSMENT .
.1 the of I eerft
In event
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that if she wore pail'. what she really b fnal any I'ar u,1I" of ind.j.t.dnHs.
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a two columns in the Mayo Free Press. customers was forced to buy these OF .\ PORTION OF TIE TOT\I. a.(--' nt 'ha!! I* foind to be invalid I By---------------------------

a : Osceola tounty three or four years goods but he too is honest and candidly earns her compensation would include I COST THEREOFCIST ,I'ROT" < muF'ent., ;n whoie: or in !"art. for any | Treasurer. Town of Star.e.; _
: list all that of teacher. nurse. seamstress EPTV Mil TTIVO \\n FRONTING THE whatsoever the Town Council ma at Frd
11 ago, had no delinquent tax at tells his customers that he can- IMPROVEMENTBE na-on : iar Stirke. Florida. __ ,
$ but the people there are noted for rot guarantee! that the colors will! not ]laundress cook housemaid and general -, S.\I > time. afar ait prafranle to s I RECEIVED. OF----------------------- --___
- IT ORDMVED HY THE TOW COUNCIL i'_ '; : la'"n; vu'ed! for ir. Ile 1f\inl! .
for publisher* and I .
their consideration -
fade or run.Therefore utility person. OF THE TOWN OF ST\RKE. IX of an orvipiu a-'e-'mtn. cause a new asi I \m. DOLLAEi
have thought better over the matter. buyers! who demand the :>: Of course few husbands can affordto I THE STATE OF FLORID\ : i; sessment to, be made and levied which when King cipal: and the irtere-f fifth armal instaKfTTt: of pnn-
This their tax list occupies:; five in fabric made. have like form and effect as a'i a. |l.eCitled in ''MS c.rifct
year !right color hosiery or the SECTION 1. That the following strett 'r hal .f : d. ted ness.
put services of their wives on .' :
pages in the Kis;:;immee Gazette. bought now should not blame the portions thereof. Ivin? and btinir situate within ,, i .starnen By_ ____ ._ '__h_
this purely commercial basis and unfortunately the limits of the Town of StarkeJ'oridi SECTION V That each of sa'd assessments -
hold T'-ea-':rer. Tiwn S. r'--:
merchant if the color does not as cof/orat. FtonJa.
for aid shall be payable r
.
The heat wave that has of late beset long as the fabric. Some will; some I' fe'wives have any I asphalt, .. mpro\ed in such by form the and rontrction manner asis of : within thirty iTn impr'em.nt day after the first publication -I !'aKt. Florida ,------- IS_

:. I It almost the entire country is said will not. but the buyer must take the thought of demanding It. The most of i required I'a'inl by the plans and specilicatiorirovernmir 1 of the resolution aforesaid without in- RECEIVED OF_ _____________,_- H
be the severest in fifteen :; tere-t but all .uch not in the sum of--------------- _
to years on file with the Town Clerk a..m.nt pait ---- -
there same
risk. Times-nion. them is reason to believe are DiL\
and in the big cities numbers of people -- I' and which are hereby formally adopted hr .?.I .;thn the 'aid thirty 130< days shall i II.inl the sixth annual
i entirely satisfied when they sure the of cipal and interest as specified in
are the Town Council relative the said Itinuret at rate \ i.i per centum th-<
died from the heat. I th.r..to. crifct
and horses have LOST GAME TO
HIGH SPRINGS I 1 that their nusbanda like him of whom im'.nnt-nent- cotiM.-t of grading curbmir. I.-- a'lsvim from the date! of the first publication of indebtedness

; The streets, flanked as they are by tall STARKE LAST THURSDAY !:!. and ), as is therein nquirtd. The. ..i,1 rf the -ad c'utirn' aforesaid. The I fly------------------------------
buildings are made hot as furnacesby Solomon wrote value them far above I Street a'inl. or parts thereof being as follows, Tonn sV.all in caof defau't! 01 ,ia
the little sun that filters down to I 1 I rubles-so far that no thought of tl-wit : I. any installment when it becomes due also Florida. --- _19

the pavements and the air is stagnantand (Continued From Page 1.) : gross commercialism Is involved.IT '.,il -tr .t tbe paved thirty iS'nfeet have the right to declare! all out ta"dinJ in.stalm.ns I "CFIVED OF _______u_ ____-__-- I

I I wide 'includ.nx .vitritied brick putters) a immediately due payable the sum of------- :__ --__ ---DOLLARS,
I
foul smelling. Mines and long and be abe! and enforceablein
pan up and gets on by Pierce hitting I from the Nest side 01 ray streil to the t.at same. shal ra> ,I icing the e-enth ar.Ual ms'a'Inv-nt of
tunnels are ventilated by means of fans I I i fide of Cherr strwt. The total cot of doinir all a- rd'nsnr City ta'f or otherwise oi"al apd 'nter'-t aiecified IB this e! pra te
and out Verigan I
him Ellis ,
; up WAS REVERSE COMPLIMENTBut be J13.&H5.The total provided by law ; however. of indebtedness.
fans:; and it is time that powerful fans the work to :! a prvide.
I I r expelling the foul. hot air from the goes to second; Burney gets on by er-I' estimated cost pr foot front to the property it shall: be lawful for the ".pective o'tn.r'of I By -_ ___-_h_-__ .
.. ror, Verigan comes to third; Roach iih-mirv the street to be J &'\. any property so assessed for such im- Tras lr. Tcwn of Starke Florid*.
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streets and bringing down the cool, ,]? and is out by grounder to second, I the Stolid Young Lawyer Got an > Bi ,Walnut street to be paved twenty- ro'rment in the sum of Fifteen Dlar($l5' I Stark*. Florida. _1J_

pure air from above be installed in Verigan scores Hodges up and out by Acquittal for His Client Heldon 'J"1 fret wide tincludmz vuntied brick iruttersi o more at any time within thit) days i PECEIV2D OF'_______________h h_-_-_-_-_-__
; ) after the of said
from the South side of Madison publication the resolution -.
the health
the big cities for and comfort i street frt the sum of __
------------------ DOLLARS, .
fanning. i Murder Charge.A to .! with the Town Clerk if 'he '
to the North ciiiof t. The total
I' irth 5tr. the eight ariiual :: -
of the dwellers. i l.inl instalment of pri
Starke-Wall gets on by an error, eot of doing the s-aid work to be $!".:fllll. Town of Starke. P.orida. a written apphca-: cipal! and ..ntere as fHcified in this certificate. \|

I, ".MENTAL'ASSAULT." steals second tries to steal third and | young lawyer not noted for intelligence The property total .stimat.1 c,said t per street foot front to be >J.th.-I''. ton"a\: such to the es.-ment Town requesting in in-tallments.the privilege-1 whicn i cf :rdt'rtedness.j .

out; Pierce gets on steals second; Ca- | succeeded in petting a client I I C, Vmth Strut I. L paved tteenty.itfeet shall contain a statement of lots or M-.O. -. j I Treastrei.- -- -- Town-----of-- --.h-

f nova out by grounder to pitcher Pierce l26i wide bnct, ,v,.ttir1 or other convenient descriptors of the pmpr ta-ke. Florida.
A coroner's jury in Chicago, after 1 come sto third; Heaton gets on again. acquitted of murder. Meeting a frienda I' fr." the .bcu.lngitril..1. .i.l. Stn.ttn r'v nf t*'. arn'ican' ai-ses-ed for the COPstruction 1 Stark, Flcrida---------ig_ -

deliberating over the case of a woman i Pierce scores Rawley! gets on and few days afterward, the lawyer was I :he E.ist s\de of Cherry krtt. T'IC' totalCot of said improvement and -tat.. t:-f "FCEIVED OF.-hU _mu.h______
_
; _
the
be .' t" a'1' ''cap and >pnrtr o'' n,'r any sum of-- -
said work
who died: after being "talked about"by greeted with warm congratulations. of duinj the to J5.J !.. nat --.IOLLAR
llcaton steal! second and third and IMP'i ninth
Is I: I The ti .. ct pT root r.t tl the and all regularities of def n-.. J'in-d.ct rmil rn, inn-: ]
itt her neighbors! returned verdict comes home on an error; Baisden! out | "Yes" he said mopping his brow. > -.V .iliultmvr.the -aid street fr to be #J,:". or othernl-e. in the proceedings to contn'ttT cipa'! and ir.terr-t ?* -r reified in this certificate.

in which it was held that the woman | by deep fly to left field.high I! "I got him off, but it was a narrow SECTION II. That it has ten a.rertar; I .: pr me'-:'. fo' which said a,&.;meets .-f r.Ab'edness.
I
had been a victim of "mental assault." Spring-s-Sewnth Inning !I IFeogles :...j .I I,rmm. that the total cost of the entire ha' ." '.."'*d i t:'.ap'Mi.:'tiiinmtnt of thec Bv -- --___ --__----__
t .
1- I'i This. is something new in the realm of Evills and I! escape. I im'ro\ment to be so cOltrurt.j is ti.tim -: '*- tat the aii'ltcant and pr"I'.ry I Tna.tnr. Town of Slake, Flr
up and gets on; up "A narrow escape! How?" > of 131.3:30.6.: That of the total cost t'I owner acr*es to par -aid a-" --m-nt in ten Sia4. Florida _____--_1J_
criminology: and ps'chololrnew'rthe- out by grounder from catcher to first I Town of StarkFlorida.. .hal pay the entire ilOt equal annual installment- ti interest RECEIVED OF-----------------------_

i less it is plausible. Many a person has advances Feogles; Beogles up and out "Ah the tightest squeeze :you ever cost of rO'trctinl a'l int.r.CI' n- .IP I at the rte of six 'i' per centum per ann'.n.o the sum cf_____ __ _--_

been hounded almost to death bv verbal ; .ir.ing: Evills comes to third on :, saw. You know I examined the wit- ont'i i tne l.nir COt of constructing, t::.... etch application shall: be effective nor received -'.1 bin the ten annual in= "'--DOLUR
I _
I and filed ,
the Town
by Clerk if the
j the be impr.xi.1 total and interest
on streets to as
in certificatei
attacks made their character nesses and made the imprem.nt siiet
myself .i
argument
upon Rozier !
error, then home on error; up xciu-ri. .. the street mttr-tctions afon-aii!. amount of such a due to any I i i indebtedness
tsmen.
by the gossip of idle tongues. The and takes his medicine by fanning. II I II the plea being self-defense. The jury i| The r.maininl two-thirds of the total cost tn pre\'iou assessment for street impoverrertu I I tjv____--___________ __

Chicago woman was not sufficiently I Earned runs-Starke 5. High I| was out two whole days. Finally: : the ''I "..-,.--..1 t the property abutting the : -.r ass e ssei against the, same plJrty. Tr"3''IT'r. Town cf Stance, Florida.'

I strong to withstand the assaults and Springs :2; First on balls-Pierce I, judge called them before him and I raid t'nx strtets.each side one-third thereof.to the property al .tI -,i or tion remaining of said property unpaid shall as shown e coed tv Ih.tV 'pta --. ''!!: :ECT 0"1 Ppon tle'ial I .
i1 died from lacerated heart wounded : fctednes '
a Verigan 2 Struck out by pitcher- |I -nil of the unless r.rifcat. a aofaid. they -
: the
asked what the trouble was. I SECTION HI That upon the comphtion of To\n. n\'n.r >hiT i ii i 1 -
by the evil sayings of the neighbors.Is Pierce 11. Verigan 8; Errors-Starke I Ito I .. i the construction work. aforesaid and tbas- I i l.fol ma -ng such application la) .n ra-h. with- the p- Itain.d Town by the Town .iiE
j 'Only one thing my lord, repliedthe Treasurer in a _
not then one guilty of murder before High Springs 0; Stolen Baes! rt-RaiPiient of the actual coat charitable! pr into the tn'a.ur of said Town or County any I' fund known the '
I foreman. 'Was the prisoner's I foot front the and such excess or unpaid assessments o,' the i separate a "Improterotvt
God and man who thrusts the 3 Hits to abutting property in ( Fur.l.
Starke 8. High Springs ; '' and the certificates w> '*-
: aoirt
I order that the Town Council he rKand valuation as shown bsch la-t tax roll to'
( dagger of gossip! into the heart of' 1. counsel retained by him or appointedby may prop< be posited but fo an amount not ia
High Springs applied asrnt.
Starketo I finitely I advised a to the amounts ; on neourt o: any such outtaaJinl''
I
: xr--< thereof t"" Town sha'.l: issue
another? And should not character the court? improvement -
hitting e-ssmenu.
]I I Feature of game was by I specially there is hereby
a-stse. aJ1inF. ropds such form and details
assassins he punished as severely as I Heaton and base! running of Starke I 'No, gentlemen the prisoner is a : A. Engineer, shal SECTION VI. That upon the expiration of Ordinance may in be prescribed authorized t! ky

the man who takes a gun and shootsto team. Time 1 hour, 30 minutes; Umpire man of means,' said the judge 'and engaged I carefully the and! eqjitabl apportion: a-essd that I. I II .the--. "said n<- thirty are'3'payable>> days.! within without which intere-t.such'n by Chanter fi4. I..s of Flrida.a 1915
entire cost to specially to
1 death another man without just Burnsed. his b tr. there shall i is.ued against SECTION IThat in ordt the .,
I own counsel.: I different i.rt of benefittcd by aidir'I'.m.nt. 1.1 each piece of' t
projerty
cause? Bridle the tongue and prevent who hall pi" .:.'t,. -' a-'. ... i fi-i-Hcate- ind.ht.dItS. "r"rty ovp-f-. V other pe'--ins intenated,
"I could not see what bearing the thereby pniare an notice of the ""i-ions of this :
p
!
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heartaches soul weeping and sui- FARMS BY asies-ment indicating therein the names which shall theiein indicate the descrip-i Ornao
1 1L cide.-Fort Pierce News. I DESERTING THEIR question had on the evidence" contin- I of the owners. :f known, the de-criptions of .tion. of the property a.'.;.ed. the name of the and tions to by prt'id.them acirr-t ample the opportunity enforcement oi

--- i HUNDREDS.COLUMBUS! ued the lawyer "but ten minutes laterin the property abutting the said improvement per tht-reof. if known the total amoutt : ui'eropther.'TI contain, d. the Tow
I I and to tie assessed the m.mtr of front fttt as the amount of installment in each .
COMING LABOR SHORTAGE.The filed the tfe. C'erk! s>ai; imme the sadapproval
jury and what do you think :' each lot or parcel of land contains, the amount : tt. -iate wr.nth. same are payable! : the verdict ?" foot front the certificates bear interest at the of this Ordinance by the TrW e
was | chargeable and the
Ga.. July :31.-As a per th.nto. of shal cil a-i' "e'sr' !I''N th.-. .' on the
I total amount to be so specially which, rate sj\ ten cert per cent' per annum !
'I
world war rings in all kinds of result of the damage and in many instances "What.asked his friend. j said 3.sm'nt roll as soon a.s.1 completion until paid and shall be made payable' a' the ords of the Ton. pulli-h thus Ordnance owe

I economic changes. The latest is the i destruction of in'I' "Why not guilty on the ground of ,, of the work cf the said al.r To.'n Enz,nrer office -f Town Tra-urer the Town ofSar"e. a week for four consecutive .k in the
I total County Tel! --graph
exodus from Florida of laborers, mostly crops insanity" a shall be practicable shall be filid by h-m Pr.f.! ,1 C"'lftV. Florida, and each BrMon the a ne..Jr p'
Tan cf Starke
the Chattahoochee valley wrought by with the Town Council who shall consider i Ca"! : '.. shal be pavpble! in lsh.d Braofor
negroes, to the Xorth where they 8o. ty. Florida The Town the
and if found to be correct shall thtnupuP one two. three eight. : "1
I -
are offered work on railroad: and in the recent storm and floods, scores of' aml pass a RESOLUTION thereinthe nine and ten y.an after f'e. each sl'.n.installmertof 5th day of S.ptfll.r. 191*. at the hour o

mines at much higher wages than are tenant farmers are moving out and J Nicaraguan Statesman.Gen. information contained .mboyinl th. ass' .m.rt' principal and inters to be paid annually !' ,; :30 o'clock. 1. :1. inset at its regular plaf -

paid here. From Jack.sonville aloneat I communities, seeking work on railroads Emiliano Chamorro who seems I roll, fixing the definite amount J'o Co t fr..:"tcharveable until the ful amount -aid c' rtiSca'es shall j consider' pwtm.r and in Town of Starke and .:t hear
be any
I to each lot parcel of raid the owner of erty abut- j d..rnin" oj
least 250t) laborers have emigrated likely to be a candidate for the presidency -! or lan.llh..rin th p. tions wh-ch he in .
I t in the mills, and other industries described. Upon the passage of the ta d ting on the .t-*.t 'n :\ have the may fed 'rltlt J
and the loss of them begins to beserious. having their that werf of Nicaragua is now ministerto re."luli.o and ;n to afford differ n' right to pay the amount assessed against :, Town Council on or fore the date b
> orc.
crops .
named which
!he urged by
i I the United States. He has been property own.r >. property is propoi-. -Ito each piece of property so aeed i! cash t mty any
to July 5. in most promising a owner or other ivt'-on interested aeaiiat the
But negro laborers are not the only prior a be assessed, notice of the opportunity tofli as otherwise herein provided or at any time
condition, abandoned. conspicuous and popular figure in Nfc- any protest t they, or any of them may he s0 desires by paying the amount due. tn enforcement ff t'i. requirement' of th'j: Orfflriipce -
emigrants. Every week many young J araguan affairs ever since the Blue- I desire to tile against the levy of the a",es*. ""tht' with aeci'.ird interest h."n. rfvid-' at whwh IRe the said Town ron
white leave for the Thousands of of these lands if it deirs that tice right
men North where acres ment an i the apportionment of the same ed. that should the right of redemption r.i ju- or t ;
they receive remunerative employmentin all along the course! of the river were fields revolution which overthrew Ze- among the different pite of property at. .*- exerci-ed by the property owner between the : -amehuM T"fsl. :imend or confirm the pnions >- :

shop and offices and have laya and subsequently brought about ting and fronting the streets ordered to le elates when the in-talmen! become due. then : of this Ordoance.! provided, !o.e.
an opportunity under water for solid week. that such in-
a improved this interest shall be laid thereon until TO amendment shall *e
shall the
to learn useful! calling I I Where the water remained on the the present regime. He led the victorious -( b publi Orditanrl. they at at least onceproceed succeed n. intalmnt! period. next I amount to b specially assessed aga'nst; other

i We cannot help believing that this military forces in those strug-i once each week for two consecutive we- -, SECTIO1. The certificates cf indebted-' :property.
state the I growing crops of corn cotton and hay and -hall therein "' be Passed on tHs 1-t day of \UIU.t. lIt
of things is for best. The [ gles. He was a candidate for the name a day not I..s than Ut'i -ub-tap'ially the
negro population of Florida needs thin- I for several days, they are dead and for presidency thirty day g after the frt publication there'.' foo\inl form, to-wt: E. S \TTHEWS..
a time before the last elec Attest : Chairman of ous.
at which
nii out. Besides the colored : the loss has fallen heavily upon the time the will meet and UNITED STATES OF '!ERIC \
? met j jrr.tive tion. Adolfo C. 'e. FLTCI1tn. :
I Diaz however
was nomi-1 STATE OF FLORIDALsttUt1) ...,
to the state naval stores concerns land owner and the tenant. .h____ __' __u -' ('L.t.pprovedth2ndday'
: f and sawmillls have imported nated by the conservatives and General t'UL'NTYIMPROVEMENT : of AupuM 191$. 1

I Chamorro withdrew in CFRTI FTC kTE OF INDEBTEDNESS C. F.
the interests HOO\'R
them by. the thousands! from other .
Major. Town of
MEETING B.PTISTT KING- ta"e. fr
states, aid as they increase fast their OF of harmony pledging himself i i Issued by I E.\L' 44L.

; children! have glutted the labor market SLEY CHURCH I :to support Senor Diaz. He lived up to 1 THE TOWN OF STARKE ---- -

,: !!!! the injury of. the white_ labor'r.j:; ] I II his pledge. I Now Well THESE PRESETS CERTIFY ant male MASTER'S SALE. (
I nonn that the Town of
Starke.
The negroes! work for smaller wag'sthan I Notice is hereby given that and if
I The Fifth Sunday meeting of theI County. Forda. has cpused this certificate of virtue urdr tone--
the whites, and wherever a negro I i of that Cf rta final d.-ne
iI issued ,
.bl.dn under and bv
,, .I can be used he is. therefore, pre I New River Association and Sunday I Women Are Barred. of!
ferred. The thinning out of I oth : School Union met with the Kingsley Women are barred from entering the "Thedford's ir: act e.ttndinl and enlarlins the powers ., .t.;o.ir. JuI.a! of th<.'Circuit Florida Court in and th

o white and colored workmen will ci\e Lake Church Friday, Saturday and I business of swordmakers in Japan. the best Blk-D& 'I.a .I.) r'nnJs T' certificate is ,
the remaining white men a (chance I Sunday of last week. A number of Not only is prayer offered up before f a-rud medicine hereby declared: a lien superior to all other ,, ant.C. W.and Zann James 4 .. a Wainright eonw ation. tmow

pav will le higher and labor more re I' the work begins but 1 ''ena' and cee't tau<. \
various religious ever used writes I a\airs the fol- RhodeS.
I churches were represented at this J. A lowing described real estate, i Wainr rht. his .f. and J. B. d
sreetd. situated
rites in the
peculiar to the f offer for
Japanese + um'e'signed will
This condition will continu until meeting. formed in order that are per Steel of Pattonville f To_ '.n_ of_ Starke._ ___ _to-wit__ _: l and noanth.sell before. th. Court House door s a II
thin!!'* have found thHr level. Forth I The following subject were dis- I the swords when in tr. -'1m cf ______________________ i S'arc. Prd'.n! 'untv, Floida. durnf

V (' hiffhlv *muneratiinlustru cued finally completed may be said to havebeen "J suffered with liver la' fn'' -------------------POLLARS. 'egai houl ( a'f on Monday.SF"TEIF.ER "
s we I : "Why should I attend the terribly money of the I'nited States of America .

have nothing to say-thfir time for |: Fifth Sunday Union?" "What is the I, well and truly made. Even the troubles and could '.t.anl being the amount assessed I to the highest best bidrff 4th l16.for cash. efollowi -' ; ,
final get no relleL sa;d ,_ 8,1 .'
processes of th. fo- _
flouri pamw prlry uhhu lands lymcr and
Efficiency plan for financing our I ,. <.crl. bin .
. over; let thrm pay their lal'orers what 'churcheWill ening are characterized bJl'ertain: religious The doctors said I had con- -- -------------------- Bradford C"\I.I) Mate of F"-di. a tnpof
it work? "TheLord's ail as-.s.m.nt hl'inlo.n and duly
worth. It will be I II ,. .> mat. ti.n "hich i .s : 4 I.I I.
i"t they are worse for ceremonies and finally the r hy -. Tow n C' unn: Town of I ., folmn. \
I ( i -t -
ri.
the; farmer.. hut nec sitwill have j Day-how to use it. "Should! .,: weapons are offered: one by one. to sumption. I could not work Starve as required bv law. and is ray able! at I at SE coieof.1 i.*,arn owned omU-. W.1t
; to teach thorn better method! of work. there be two star.dards-one for the a t"ir.. of the Town Trea< of sail j fnfly
I ,
:i I the sword god to be blessed. The all. *< 'lrt I PV Sweat, and runi.in/ East t<' a lined ndD:
ceremony I n .
Finally tried lieen Into
Let them !Flump th :
payments ,
consists in ra the '' ,.. t
i|I placing the swords lar. ii W's' SE $
th.can up machinery and th-.n 11"1wit I The t. *"i 1 var.i'ire err
.
with u"h -iv .
program was interspersed J I I I in front of .f e -"' .iht. land .then*
the goddess of the Shintos nine formerly o-.d bv T \ Sweat .
and I I
h los: help. let them use better ten s'ter date respe-ctively.!
yt.ar
sped fertilize! with homo-made | devotion, preaching and excellent mus- : on the wall with an offering of sake, THEDFORD'BLCK. Th. interest on the above principal! amountat I I North to. thetar'i i..' [.unt e i being IO'f '
( compost 'ion > 6. Range :2
I Y led by the cornet and organ. !; rice and 'iti (f >i\ 16 tie r cent per cent per 'I I To'n.hir. entla
sweemeats. after fntr .
u-e more care in planting n".11 which annum acres nte same rows { "'
) thus i There was a large crowd in at- i scrolls a.vable annuaIy. It i i. undvrtJ JOE HILL WILLUMs. s,
"make every lick count. hster.d ] prayer are read and blessing tl 1' ..v PC ( a--es of wasting work + :"''' 'tt'ndan.e. and! the Union! closed with the h'"n the right to Special Matein Cb i
on oor. ;:va for upon work is invoked. '. pa.>. or redeem the total I J. E. FtTCH. t.
). ) crops. Ar>i' h't J h.!' rot Vist, 1m an out-door service with dinner on the j eate at any- time- before
; them ?et hard tirfacf\l road* "d nntomobile ': n-ou-id. The next Union will be held i Dollar to the TQ\n'j TIa-.re maturity of said Town by paying the ---- -
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truck !service *n thtt pvei Saved His Life. 'i" ".1 of the NOTK FOR PUBLICATION t }
: with the New River Baptist Church unpaid instalment! of f.- n-
t thoe farmer j Thomas Dunbar. a realty ra 'rV- wh of the Iflt
remote froM rail'va"stations agent attributes accrued interest on the to Serial No. "t', epatmnt
cnn grow ,high-rn'c' truck in October. to a silver dollar the saving tal unpaid. princ'pal to the next interest av- ion. t*. S. Lanl Cites! at CamtS--iUe/r!
I I"f i" I[I S'arke was represented at this 'II of his -j"1 In ca..of non-i.ayment of any June 24. 191< '.5.
life
of
crop "' top.l) only <5tr.pl"s. Tf th when Conrad
Leo a former interest II 1.I
I'I or any installment: upon this Cciii- Notice is r. "y given that Frank ,
threateninni1l'or! *carcify CTTI lift; th* I I'n-eeting b\ the following persons: restaurant keeper fired point blank at ficate, when due and ayable. it shall be ort ef Sampson ft, Horida. who. on April ;

Florida farrre- to th mn<\.--*, Level Rex- W. G. Law. Mrs. Mabel Duncan. his breast. Dunbar was stunned and to my surprise, 1 got better tna': with th holder hereof to consider the '"r made H imt, 'eacJ entry. No. Olll7L a.

*/Till'"ST.. it Will! prove 1 hl""cin!" I i' Mr. Blanchard Law, Miss Lois Peek the blow of the by and am n e nf 'aid -um exprs'ed in this certifice'e Vnrthea-t. qt.hr. Se-tion "I.F" Taist'i'
bullet to-day well as i irred'aUly due
striking and ri
; the silver a i anyman."Thedford'sBIack payable with inter- : Rant-- .- East. TaiThaoo4:
difeiii'. The nn-to-Hst f' ''Ii" ; ,
'' ''
"" ; n Mr. N. T. Ritch, little )1ies'a- coin in a vest pocket. -t (a. I i"i; Flu! noti-e o-' intention to niwYear T
Apparentlyunder j
nTJiod I
': u"t\I ''1 th West ivhorpbv', I TN Proof tabli'h claim to the
. WITNESS -o
"i', .,w. pgrii-ultnre ha* bent r1o.I l> H! profitable rette Floyd. Clara Wainrisrht, Margaret : the impression that Dunbar at is Cta' -, .'ut WHEREOF.' .*-- The and Ton of'" above describe !. 'before Clerk ot Circuit C<

.}'!: 1- ': there hid their inret1'jon from Long.! Mr. 0. J. Griffin and family, least had been wounded Leo shot himself Draught a general, cathartic, the same to be nned 1- by the.i.ic"l.Mayor attested caused at Starke. Flun-'a.,en the l"h day of AU tfH

Y. scarcity of labor. i Miss Nannie Howell. Mr. J. F. Kick- and died soon afterward.-Seattle vegetable liver medicine, that by the Clerk and the seal\ of said Town to b i I 19I. -
l -.. here':nto and this certificate I I Claimant Ttr+s u witnesses: 4
l"l ... : 6no --- ; liter and family. Mrs. Wainright. Mr. Post-Intelligencer. h been regulating Irregularities dated as ali'ld.t'ieday of -A. D.to 19--I (I. W' Andrews, of New River. FoF! ,
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i- 'T BLAME THE MERCHANT i and Mrs. J. H. Ritch and children.! = __ _______: === I I'nnce Matthews: of New River. flO" 1
.! : of the liver, stomach and Mayor. Town of Starke. Flondd. I William F4'crds. of New. River
. : i Waste Product of Sawmills. ATTEST: C. A. Smith wf Samnson City. FiOT -'

As the European: war progressed: S. F. Hall, of Jacksonville, was in'!' The waste product of sawmills in bowels, for over 70 years. Get ---------------------------------- 6306t.. ROBERT W. AVIS.C Ic--------------------

the people of tV United States awok the fret that hqd been depending
to we S7di.
t absolutely! iron Gl'rl"1nfM' o1dves :- the Telegraph's linotype operator and! I furnaces as fuel is estimated to be genuine-Thedford's. E-70 Number________ Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up a

coloring matter that will! r.t ame here to send his furniture, which j 36,000,000 cords per year. About half $----__.------------ The Old SUnOarl general treajth nlaGROVE'S "" d

fade or run. had been in storage, to Jacksonville.! of it has no use whatever but is usual- i UNITED STATE STATES OF OF FLORIDA AMERICA i.'alariaetriches TASTELESScbilTONIC.the t'ood.ind buiidgupIbt* a a d

ly burned to get rid of it. BRADFORD COUNTY "n. A true tocic. For adulu 5n4ch.

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGIaPH STARKE FLORIDA. PAGE FIVE

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:Miss Bertha Moore is \"isitbgIiss +++++++++++++ IIIJJIIIIIII+ 1 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 1

Florin Pridgen, of Jacksonville, this + + : + LEGAL NOTICES fREGISTRATION .".

t veek. At the Churches i i'tH + CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING : + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 1

Bits of LocalInformation NOTICE. '4
:Mrs. S. L. Edwards of Gainesville tt II ..M H-H 111I111111 I I I I M + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 1 Hereby notice is gutn that' the registration 1
i visiting Mr. and :Mrs: L. V. :Moore books for the town of StirVr, *il! he ciwn-J fat
s EPISCOPAL i FOR REXT-Store room on Call my office at the lumber *rd of the QM.K- .
this: week. ky Lumber & Supply Co. trim" July 12th to
street lately vacated by J. S. Brown
August lath, inclusive for ';"1 rritistration of
Sund S'hat Divine
10
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a. m.
w j. .
Apply to J. E. Futch. S-4-tf. : electors. C. A. HJTCH. :
:Mrs. R. V. Turner and little daughter service at 11 a. m. I -- --- --- -- Town Ci+rk.
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C--hII O.rIn P.t.. _htU.lPNI".I.I ..I of Inverness, are visiting at the M. :M. FRYER, Pastor. FOR SALE.-Good horse. D. C'I NOTICE OF-FINAL- DISCHARGE- 11_;

tk. Cimnir ., 4 T. home of )Ir. and Mrs. F. B. Johns. Jones Starke. 7-14-tf. Six months after this date, tn-wit. vn' the
I i \ day of January 191", I Rill I're.nt to
HALL-JOHNS the Honorable George A. Gant air, as County ti'jth
FOR SALE-Strawberr plants by
.. Mr. A. D. Powers and mother, Mrs: I Jud,(( of Bradford Com.ty, Florida, my vouchers -
If. R. D. Powers Macclenny, motoredover I the bed or 1,000. Improved Klon- and final accounts as e\icuur: of the last w'
I I La\-I: :Mr. X. B. Hall and Miss Lola Johns will and trstarm-nt of W. II. Sixers, deceased
dyke. See J. B. Mills Starke
,
Eggs taken in trade at Sternberg's. j jL. i Postmaster R. B. Jackson of last Sunday and were the guestof married afternoon I and ask to be discharged as ,wh executor. +
I were Sunday at the .
tey, was a business visitor to Starke :Mr. and :Mrs. Frank Rhoden. Fla. 3t-7-28 This the Hst day of July i91 '
1 home of Judge W. Malphurs: on'' J. E. FUTCH.
in Jacksonville
E. Jordan was :Monday.B. I
South the FOR SALE-Farm took and Furni- : Executor of' the lot Will a- I Testament of
Thompson street judge .
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Tuesday.Rev. I :Mrs. J. O. Milton and :Mrs. A. D. performing \V. H. Rivers, iK-ceit-cd. :-::<- mo.MASTER'S .
the ture on place northeast of
Hall my
E. Brown, of the Dukes section, Powers and little daughter, Leita, and : ceremony.lr. and -
J. his bride are residents of Lake Butler : Starke, also the farm cheap, or for : SHE
Hendry was a visitor to I was transacting business in Starke Maxine: Milton: Macclenny, were Notice is hut'loyt'n -Vnt under and by
rent. F. E. Aldrich 33G W. Adams
Gainesville Monday. Monday. week-end visitors of :Mrs. Frank Rho- and came to Starke by automobile. : virtue of a certain final dtcrtt if foreclosure
i They have many friends who will wish : street, Jacksonville, Fla. 7-28-2t made and rendered the 3rJ ii lay of July. A.
den last week. D. 1'16 by the jude of the circuit court of

M. Le\ iton was in the metropolis I Special Sale on Ladies' high grade them much happiness. FOR SALE-Comfortable house with ; the Eighth Judicial Circuit; of Florida and in
chancery, in favor of Corner L. Peek
Monday\ on business. s.lippers-Sl.19 at Stump's. :Mrs. F. A. Scott left Monday to as- i eight rooms and bath and 5U! acre Chas. A. Smith, complait at-u: and against

I -- sume her duties as District Health CHECKS WERE PAID.A iI lot in Hampton. Reasonable terms. I Bradford County Developn.t nt Co.. a corporation -
defendants, the und"\5iQned will offer
Mrs\ A. H. Freeman spent last Fri- :Mrs. A. Adams and little son Xurse, of the ;oth district composed of I, .Write Mrs. Annie E. Young Hampton j for tale in frunt of the court house door in

day at Atlantic Beach. I guests at the home of :Mr. and :Mrs.l: I Bradford, Baker, Columbia, Hamiltonand subscriber to the Telegraph, who ; Fla. 3-31-tf.1 Starke.hours Bradford of sale County.on Monday Florida! the during 7th day theUiial !

C. A. :Marks. Suwannee counties with head- is an admirer and partisan of Rev uf August A. D. 1916. to the highest and
You can find bargains at Sternberg's I quarters in Lake City. Sidney J. Catts calls our attention to I FOR SALE-House and lot and 21 Fast bidder for cash the fo'iiminB! describe
lots Mrs lands situated in Bradford comity. Florida to-
vacant known L.
all the time. W. 15. Young of the Young Trading as C'I
I the fact that in our state news column I wit:
Co., had business in the metropolis I Mrs. F. R. Brown and little daughter we some time ago published an item Hull's home. Bargain of a lifetime I Lots 3 and 4. or fractional N\V' except
Marie left for if taken Mrs. S. Brown. 10 acres on East side of Ivt 3i, and lots 5
G. W. Hazen of Brooker was in Wednesday. Ruth Sunday at once. Jay .
t regardi'-: } the dishonoring of sow and 6 or fractional S1-. of section :23 : LoU
town on business Monday. Gair.es'illehere they were called on checks issued to lady stenographers 773t. I 1. .. 3. and 4. or fractional S' and E : of
I of illness of her mother :Mrs.L. young NE' of section 26 ; Lots 1. :3 and 4 or factional
account ,
Judge J. T. Wills from for work done for :Mr. Catts in
came up SW, and EU of SKof section 27 ;
A. McKinney: was among those : Gainesville Wednesday to look after II L. DeLoach. While here they were connection with the contest proceed- FOR SALE Klondyke strawberry'plants ; Lots :3 and 4. or SE J and F.': i.f SWtl. and
visited the metropolis :Monday. visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and from fresh nursery strock. i SW, of N\V, of S\V i of ration i< : Lots
who his interests here. ings now before the courts. The item '
1 or ELL. of SEt{, section !-: lots 1. 2 andN'
I I Mrs. M. :M. Hudson. Will sell by bed or by thousand. S. I ..
1 was published simply as a matter of of Lot 3. and EU rf NWi4 and SW'4of
and H. Thompson 3 miles west of Law- WII' and S\V>4 of S\V i. (.,f section 33 ;
Special Sale on Men's Boy'sPalm ; :Mrs. L. A. Wynn is visiting her sister news and without any intent to pre- road. Lots 1. 2, 3. and 4. or all of national section
Beach suits at Stump's. :Mrs.: E. X. Alexander in Jacksonville ; M. W. Lee brought in some very judice :Mr. Catts in the eyes of his admirers tey on Lawtey and Raiford 35; : Lots 1. 3. 4, 5, 6. 7, and tt. or fractional
I fine peaches a few days ago grown 8-4-2t. X\V14. and Nay of NE 4. and fractional S'..
this week. and we are very glad: to state of section 36LL IN: TOWNSHIP;; 6 SOUTH:
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M. JI. Chancy came up from Gainesville i on his place at Lakeside, Clay county I i now that the checks were afterward FOR SALE-tf-acre farm within two OF RANGE 21 EAST.
to spend Sunday with his fam Mr.: Lee is one of the most successful I Lots 1, .', 3. 4. 5, and 6. or all of fractional
Dorothy and Mary:: Ella Edwards paid.The miles of Starke; will include with section I : Lots 1, 2, 3. 4, and 5, and :SF.t
ily. I spent several days this week in Law- farmers and fruit growers in this sec- Telegraph's position on the the place good pair of farm mules; or all of fractional section -' : Lots 1 and 2.
tion. He seldom to town with- i or fractional E1 and Let 1. or the WI, of
comes this :!
the of relatives.RubMyTismAnliseptis Gubernatorial question is just :
teyq guests small bunch of hogs; farm impie- fractional section 3: All of fractional section
Mrs. Ila Linisey went to St. Augustine i out a load of marketable products.E. It believed that :Mr. Knott was the ments and gro\ng crops, including ,,4 (except lots sold in town plat of Sampson

last Tuesday to spend several lest qualified of all the candidates for the I! City, and the W'.. of N\V of S\V, and a
I Anodyne I enough corn and forage to run i parcel of land described in deed! it-corded in
days. -Kills pain, stops putrefaction. F. Chase gave the Telegraphman the position and it supported him for place for a year, sweet potatoes, book 4, page 548, of the Public Recnr-i-i: oft
I a basket: of delicious tomatoes the nomination. If it is shown by the strawberry plants four !I Bradford county Florida add that part of
sugar cane, ,
I ; NE' of N V'4 lying north of canal and that
Mrs. S. A. Crews is at home again Dr. A. L. Scott has a flourishing I i that can hardly be improved upon. Mr. recount of the votes, under process of acres of cotton, and pindars and part of N\V'4 of NE'i' lying l north of canal:

after spending several weeks in Jack- field of cowpeas and pearl millet which Chase plants what is 'known as the I the law, that he actually is the nominee chufa enough to fatten 25 head of N'.. of NE'{ of SW-4. and S\\ ', of NE', of
,
SE of Section 5 NE', of NEt; of S.Clooni
sonville. will yield an abundance of hay.J. Blight Proof tomato and after plant- and he is so declared by the meat hogs. Place is located adjacent 'i 11 ; 4 N 1. of NE'i and: XI;' of S\V'i of XE'.,
I! ing this variety for three years sayse I state canvassing: board, we shall sup- to best stock range: in this sec- i and X>, of NS%',, and NU of 8\\1, of NW>t
For fresh groceries go to A. J. :McKinney has never seen a wilted plant among him for election. On the other !I :...d N' of SEt, of NW'i (.Section! 12 : ALL
F. Williams and W. O. Brooks, of port I tion. Will sell for part cash, balance : IN TOWNSHIP T.; SOUTH OF RANGE 21
if Cherry street, opposite depot. ', the Providence section, were among them. hand, if the recount of the votes show on easy terms. E. Matthews: I EAST.
!, N'I. of NW'i, and S\V'i of XV.'i,. and
Prices right. 1\/1'/ Catts to have actually received
the visitors in Starke Monday.R. Starke, Fla. S-4-4t. !I WI. of Section 6; Township :. SOUTH OF
I :Mrs. :M. V. Hazel, who had beenin i the nomination, and the action of the ---- -- RANGE 22 EAST.

Mr. W. H. Graham and family have I W. Surrency, a well known citiZen Georgia for some time returned i state canvassing board in declaring SEWIXG-We do hem-stitching and or Containing l...s. Terms four cash thousand pirn'-wr H.dOti paying) acres for more tie

" moved to the Kickliter cottage on of the Graham section was ', home Thursday of last week, accompanied I him the nominee stands unrevoked, picot edge work. Samples on re tie
I l I
Clark street. I acting business in Starke tranS-I'I by her'r.ephew. Harry Dough : we shall support him. quest. Singer Sewing Machine Co., I I A. V. LONG.77ot. .
; Special Mvtcr.
I., erty. Harry was in Starke several I :Mr.: Knott is a democrat and will, of 1 I Ii 1 Gainesville, Fla. 8-4-2t ', -.,- -

Mrs. J. F. Kickliter and children Special Sale on :Men's and Boy's ': years ago and his many friend* were i inursp, not I be a candidate unless he I I 0-; REGISTIIATiO\'UTICF. .
; .1 MACHIXES! -Rented by week Notice is hereby jrivtn "' oe the r<;ri have returned home after a visit to him. He returned Friday has the democratic nomination but if .
" i Palm Beach suits at Stump's.Mr glad to greet Good! books of Bradford courty. Fi; rida. __ iill.* men
p-onth. Sold
| Pablo Coach.I I to Fitzgerald, Ga., where he holdsa I I he .-h' uld t nin as an independent this I' n easy aerms. for the reuistratiitn of .:! 'CI..1- from the fii>t
I allowances for old machines. Singer Monday inu"u..t until'tiwiav.! O.t"lotr'Uth.
E. M.: Edwards, of Lawtey, visited clerkship with the L. & X. railway.The i paper would not support him againstthe Machine Gainesville ,' at the Clark's oiTirein the county
I Why pay more, we sell it for less her daughterlr":: A. Z. Adkins, I. : democratic nominee. Followingthe i Sewing Co., court house at Starke, I..t"MI9 o'clock! : a. .

S at Sternberg's.Master Tuesday: and Wednesday of this week. Telegraph; man's !larder has; same !line of policy we will not I Fla., _____ .8-4 2t m.m. on and Monday.1'J m. and Friday o'clock a-id! !:at p Irday m.andep.of each:

'I .lately l been supplied with some very : support :Mr. Catts if he runs as anindependent STRAYED-Three black and white- and every wet-k.

J Ho'.lis Knight was the weekend Col. C. L. Peek and family have fine onions by R. D. Strickland, who or the candidate of any I, spotted shoats'; one marked crop- Supervisor C. A.of J\-I Ki-ifii&IIT..,tration.

I guest of Paul ,E. Canova Jr., at : gone out to their sumer home, atKingsley I lives four miles eait: of town. The party' : 'ithe>- than the democratic party I i plit in one ear split and underbitin S-4-2t._ : Bradford county. Flori.!".

\ Kingsley lake. I lake, to spend the month of onions were Australian Browns ar.d The Telegraph is a democratic I the other; two unmarked. Suitable --When- You Have--- -a Cold.--

I August.I Prize inkers. Mr.: Strickland recommends newspaper and believes that the pre-. reward for information of I Give it attention, avoid exposure, be

\ Mrs. F. A. Scott and children have I both varieties for their yield I Tvation of the party in Florida is I whereabouts. J. X. Stephens, Route regular and careful c.f your diet, also

I returned home after a months outing I U. :Morgan at Temples ill. is and keepingqualities.. vastly more important to the state 1, Starke Fla. 7-28-2t commence taking Dr. King's; Sew Dis

I at Kingsley lake. one of those who has planted cotton I than that either :Mr. Knctt or :Mr. I covery. It contains ]pine tar, antiseptic -

E I this He has fine field of :Mr.: A. V. Long and family and :Mr. Catts should lie the next governor. In I Your Bowels Should Move Once a DayA oils and balsams. I; slightly lax-

s After a visit in Starke Dr. and year. a very I and :Mrs. E. S. :Matthews and little I fact our mind is sufficiently poised and I free easy movement of the bowels ative. Dr. King's New Discovery eases -

I Mrs C. F. Sayles; have returned to the fleecy staple. son went over to Black Point Sunday !I at ease to entertain the suspicion that every day is a sign of good health.Dr. your cough soothes your throat M
I King's New Life Pillls will give i land Bronchial tubes, chvks your cold
I
Miami. the state would have moved along
! their home in : afternoon to the Second Regiment, I '
see
I 0. Gardiner's new residence is ready : you a gentle laxative effect without starts to clear your hencj. In a short
,". : for occupation. It is a handsome as I Florida National Guard, on dress par- I fairly well if one of the other three griping and free your system of bloodpoisons ., time you know your cold i is better. It's t

| :Mr. and :Mrs. G. W. Bennett and well as convenient building. C. X. ade. The trip was made by automobile I candidates had been nominated and + purify your blood, overcome'I the standard family cough medicine ji

j children have returned home after a and the party had an opportunity to elected. I constipation and have an excellent tonic i i in use for over forty years. Get a 'bottle -

J visit in Unadilla, Ga. i Cooper was the builder. II enjoy a spin over the marl road that I I effect on the entire system. :Makes j i today. Keep it in your house asa ,
I I feel like Irving. Only 25c at drug ': cold insurance. Sold at your { '-a-
Mrs. Sam Dell and little son, ofGainesville is being constructed across the east- 1 + + + + of' + + + + f + + + + + + you gists. ((3)) gist. (3)
! Special Sale on Men's and Boy'sPalm ; and the fine ( + 1I
j ern part of Clay county 1 + I I
I and :Mr. and :Mrs.: J. E. .-. ,
| Beach suits at Stump's.Irs. i -- --- ---
I Wilson, of Starke, are spending a : brick road that reaches from Orange + SEABOARD TIME TABLE. +
, Park to Jacksonville. The militaryceremony i + +
!
Sil weeks at the Weeks cottage.
l| : S. T. Dell, ef Gainesville, gave 'I at Black Point was attendedby I i + New time table takes effect + s'

I a house party this week at Col. Weeks I I Xo 666 will cure Malaria or Bilious several thousand people from Jacksonville 1| + 12:01) a. m., Sunday :May 28, '16. +

cottage at Kingsley lake.J. the I' and other near-by cities. The + Trains will arrive in Starke as +
i Fever._ It kilt germs. .
I Second Regiment is a fine body of men + follows: +

E. Mains, Jr., of Lake Butler, I i and certainly have the of i i + +
:Mrs.: Evelyn l Bennett is having her appearance .
is spending the week with Hcllis rental cotage on Walnut and Thompson -I being physically fit to do duty on the}. + Jacksonville! to Tampa + I :=: b--- C

Knight and Pitt Tomlinson.Mr. streets equipped with plumbing I Mexican: bord?r. The officers are expecting Xo. 1 .11:14 p. m. + C '
.
; Xo. 3 .10:40 a.m.I + ....
: The Quigley Lumber & Supply Co., I orders at any time to moveto .ar
Henry Freeman is at home the border.CONVICTED. I 1 + .,"\- !) _._ 'Jc. ..:i->_-) p. n1. + ,

again after completing special workat are the contractors.. + + I Immense Profits in StrawberriesStart .

the of Florida. i + Jacksonville to Cedar Key +
University
I W. A. Colley, division roadmasterfor OF EMBEZZLEMENT, + Xo. 15 5:04 p. m. .* With Right Kind of Plants

the Seaboard, is enjoying a vaca +
+
Special Sale on Ladies' high grade ;tion. :Mr. Colley and family contem- Fred Taylor a colored cropper for + Tampa to-Jacksonville + Luscious strawberries rich in color, delicious in flavor, large! and sour d.

slippers-$1.49 at Stump's. i I plate making a trip to Colorado and J. W. Bielling, of the western portion. + Xo. 2 4:54 a. m. + are tee rind produced by plants raised in the Tirgle: /; abun-Ja..tly nur eri''i,at and Pitts-are ,tf. ='
early yield
heated in the Rockies. I of the before vine, Maryland. iu: ieabsolutely plants mature
term
spend the countwas. CountyJudge j+ Xo. 4 ._ 3:42p.m. + 4
A. G. Dyal, of Belmore, was in I true to name.In .
Geo. A. Gardiner Monday t + Xo. 10 (Limited)___ 5:54 p. m. +
Starke Saturday in the interest of his I answer to a charge of embezzlement i i + + Florida Use Tingle; Plants:

property northeast of town.C. I Xo. 666 will cure Chills and Fever. i Taylor is not fond of work ar.d his ,i + Cedar Key to Jacksonville + Northern Grown Plants Are Big i Money Makers! !! ;

I It is the most speedy remedy we know. debts cause him no uneasiness.; He, + Xo. 14 9:27 a.m. + Tingie plants are Northern Strawberries f rum Tinpie: plants
W. Gunn, of Gainesville, representing i h nd succeeded in owing a store debt: ;; + f reliable and vigorous. plants are good u r f r m?7W! to JlWhj .
grown, true
the Singer SewinIachine': :Mrs.: Angie Sternburg, Mrs. W. n.1 of $60. Then he was given $9 to buy, + Wannee Trains + Missionary and Klondyke are favoran acre every se:st'n. First on market

Co., was in town Tuesday Young and children, Mrs. R. A. Bar- cotton seed with some time ago and. + (Daily Except Sunday) + ; ites. Good shippers and fine flavor. they always brir.g good prices. ,

bour and children of Jacksonville he bought ?<(5 worth, kept $3: and left + Xo. 101 Leaves Starke 6:45 a. m. + Free Booklet on Strawberry Growing

Mrs. E. W. Harris and little son, oft composed a house party who have goneto for parts unknown with! a \\'omm.A : I + Xo. 104 arrives !Ftarke== 2:45; p. m. + 10. This attractively illustrated booklet covers the selection! of soil, fertilizing -
t Jacksonville are guests: at the home for + cultivating, picking, packing and markvu.? It teas!
Kingsley lake for a stay or several warrant embezzlement in- + L J. GRIFFIN Agent. k sprayinp. ;
and describes Tingle plants in dctall"lId todayfor
it varieties
of her parents Dr. and Mrs. J. C. weeks. eluding the store debt and the ?3, was: : + + about this Iti.ding book and price list.

Wills. I sworn out against him in Justicf! l + + + + 'P + + + + + + + + + + + 506 Pine St. LEAMON G. TINGLE Faille! MA

I The lower portions of the pillars under -j Cobbs'court at Lake Butler. As soon: I Grower 01 Choice Strawberry Plants
: Special Sale lens and Boy'sPalm k
on
the water tank are rusting awayon as Taylor's whereabouts became Read the Bradford County Telegraph -
I Beach pants at Stump's.The I WII? ui.'ir= .tw.i 'Ji
he arrested
account of the water collecting and known was and lodged! i i:1 I -the home paper.

standing for months at a time in the the county jail. i
,, \V. C. T. U. will meet next pockets formed there by bracingplates. Judge Gardiner: considered! that th',

Monday afternoon at'3:00: : at the $3: was all that could be charge I
The weight the is
pillars
on -:: :: r r :
Methodist church, Miss Olive Ray, very great and if the rusting processis against the prisoner as embezzlement,: : : : : I : :
leader. "
r not checked the structure will topple : and he was: fined '- > and cot-- 11six !
I month in the road ganir. The!

i k Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair Peek have' cleaned over.of rust These painted pockets and should then filled be cost bill being heavy, the prisoner _

:, call moved to the Hodges! cottage on West with concrete.Mrs. : could not p.y: himself out. and ha:;s: I ? PLUMBING ? Iw :E
street hitherto occupied by :Mr. I gone to improve the county roads.

W H. Graham and family. -- ---- --- -- -- -....
: Susie Willis and children who r'

: .Dr. A. S. Freeman has gone to Clayton spent the past week at the home of -

Jr Ga., to rest up after a season: of Col. and :Mrs.: A. Z. Adkins, have gone MY m& m mm[ i _

I f strenuous professional work. He will to Lake Butler to visit Mrs.: Willis' i AM srrrr i Sarah Adkins after !> net made In a 'rt! be Mother :Mrs.
gone about four weeks. I ,
but as a tati m-'nt r-f jlain!
which will return to their home ,. will be in charge o/feg
they fa* s. I hnh.< r. r -r s.nce My Plumbing Department
i l'0i, 1 iJu know fa' 'ir ra .1 not
in .
J. S. Griner of Brooklyn! had busi- Sopchoppy.State
be bo.s: ri J HT "> rr''cn!'Ie success
II; l'Ie?s-in Starke Tuesday. Mr. Grinerl for so '**nw a period, > '

[ Mys the crops are looking well as far of Ohio, City of Toledo. I I H/tflalizo In te: ,r, S1 an Experienced Plumber, who is a member of the Master
r.i IS his observation extends. Lucas County ss. I treatment of fllj i- S/ft 1
; Frark J. Cheney naVes oath that he d 10 PIxEltKS:! : CATVKKH. "
is senior: partner of the firm of F. J. 'i 1 nrn!) end
Dr. J. 0. Haynes' friends are glad Cheney & Co.. dunS! business In the Kl\: 1)1"1-\: "": K *: .1 1 Plumbers Association. This is Plumbing Insurance for you.DeWitt .
t to know, that he returned home last City of Toledo. County and State aforesaid NFRIGC..11lL'1t.lry. !
and that slid firm will the and tJP'n olh? J
pay
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Sunday NON-"I'R'I\! .1 r
El from Rogers' Hospital, and SUM of ONE HI: DP.fD DOlLARS for '
mi-nt of IILF-i. Kl ; 6.1
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that. he is making a good recovery.Vfi : each cannot and tc cured every by case the of 11OP: Catarrh of HAT.T/S that daeksui"' tAL;III..Lu.v:,n'! ai!! IU.C-: ,}1 pr1 i .
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CATARRH CURE. FRANK J. CHENEY Since 1tIQ retment for the
i"- .*MM. Effect* uuutht+ t Uv*TonIC Sworn ti before me and subscribedIn SPECM ni..KA<.ES of MEN and C. Jones .
w Not firipi oor nstnrt till StomadL my rresfre.. this 6h daof rvretibtr. WOVEN Is entirely free f.-3Ri SLit I I
A. D IsSi A. ".. O LEA SON. GERY.
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; b addition to other properties,Lax-Foa *eali Notary Public. t 3.'y fees a' "ays r. _- '. i u W'ting.
k- rot more in V'.i w! T' ::: iay Hardware Paints and Oils. Plumbing
". .wns Cascara in acceptable form, a Hall's Catlrrhr? io taict-n internally for the Stf.cj ., ':J... .. c.Dr. :1 i; <
d tbg Laxa'eandTonic Liu-Pos and arts U.rouih the Ero-l! on the ;
,Ida Mucous Surface of the 'ystem. Send .Geo. L. Dicker: f '
ecbrely and does not gripe nor frr testimonials! fro-. 1H W. VomTth *t.. ( tfrard :I . .
orb lp" li'uii .
stomach. At the same time it p.'ds! F. J. CHCXKY -.1.. Toled.\. 'ACK (lS'1.LE, :'LW'I.1. '!I Ii.j. i reX@I@I@ @Xr ;i "
x cationarousestheliver cue secretior.s Sold by a'.l IirusziSi.- @
Mtestores the healthy fur.cticis.: 50c. HaIrs Family! I'ils! fur locstipation.

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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COU.NTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRID.tGrST 4.. .
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DESCRIPTION S T R A OWNER T 8E' C DESCRIPTION S T R A OWNER -

E NOTICE. \ of SE'6 1 t 40' Ozie Keith _________u_ 4.4;. I Lot 3 of Blk! 37 in J. M. Johns add t1

Et NW'4 Of \P. _____________________is 6 li 40 Doris Brin.-on _________ S.fl to Starke _nunUn.n______________-_ J. T. Qui i..y "
XVL. of NE1, of -'El. and XXV, 2': .\ E of Ry in SW cor of SE1, --' --ltq

I NOTICE is of N Elj and X1: of S\V4 of X I4__17 6 1- bO R. W. Williams ________ lu.U of SW'4, bounded N by Johns add
hereby given that the lands will be sold at Public AuctionI
following deicrfbed SEi' of NXV1, ________________._____B 6 It 40 Buck Williams ________ 4.4; to Starke, W by S. A. L. Ry. S
I the first Monday in September, 1916. it being the 4th day of said month, before the court-
: XL. of SE1, __ 2S 6 1? bO Henry Weeks __________ !>.s3 by Sec line and E by St.
houre --- ------------------- .Churh.
I door at Starke in the of Bradford. State of Florida much thereof as will\
L Uiitcesr&r county or BO 51:. of SXV, of SW' __000000 ________ 7 6XXVI 19 20 J. B. Crawford ________ l.;9 and lots 9 10 of BiK 47 in Stare-----------------------.djl.a
I cost of such) sale to pay and the advertising.amount due for taxes herein set poposite the bame. together with thee of XEi, ______________________H 6 19 40 Unknown ______________ o.sl Lot 1 of Blk 1 .n L. T. and Co's : f.hr _.__ l:

XSV'4 of XXX'i, _____________________lJ 6 1\1\ 44 J. B. Crawford ________ 5.!!l add to Starke __ ____________________________________ 1
r. 3lallhun
XXV, of SE1, _____ --_______________-21 6 1:1 40 J. H. Aiera ____________ 4.94 I LoU 1d1314of Blk l6inL.T. ale 111
----- 51:. of SE'. _______________________:21 6 19 BU J. XX" Johnson _____ 12.42: and Co's add to Starke! _n______.._.________________ \. I Hull
' : : T. E1-.. of SE'. and L 2 A in SW cor of V'J In 11 of Bik 16 in L. T. and -----_ -IOyO

rr. '. fa. SE1, of NEt,. being 105' ; ft X andS Co'add to Starke! ..___..______..__.___................ \.
h ; :. 1" C y by 210" ft E and XV n____________27 6 19 dl J. \\'. Martin __________ lu.43 Lot 1 of Blk 15 in L. T. and Co's n Hal --h. -11h
:.: XXV, Ie I sS: ;; A in NE cur and 15 Ain to Starke! .
= f-- ------ --------------------------- R.
\ I' II INSCRIPTION OF LAM fc :/ :;: : OWNER SXV cor _______--__---_________--:25 6 1: 12V' S. XV. Duke --______-- 15.71 \\ of loU 1 2 and all lots 3I bf ) 1 Alderman __ LI,1
: Z' ;; <: :; x A in XXV, of SXV1, E of MainSt 11. 17 and \\'L._ of lots 12 and

b.' .. I, t i ..: % and X ot B. M. Lexerelt & Co., lots 3 4 of Blk: 1in L. T. and
a sX <: <: and XV of A. C. L. Ry or BIn .. ")1" Co's sub div .___ ____ I' J'.
1 % ------ nn ------------------ Tullum .
I t S -crt Worthington ____n_________r_.:2i 6 19 2 Unknown --__--_____-- 4.34: Lou 1 4 or SL of Blk 31 in L. T. 0 -_- -1111

t \ I A in SE cor of NE1, of,1, ____2i 6 l 1 NWI4 I.ofE'. __________________.2:::: 4 19 40 John Coleman u________$4.04 I EL' of SXX'i, _______________________:2J 6 19 80 A. R. Mare ____________ 1 19 3 ; L.T. and Co' --- -731

4 XXVI4 cf XXVi _______________.'______:23XL. 4 19 40 John Coleman _______._ 4.U4 : XV 6 19 90 G. F. McLeod _________ 9.43Unknown Sub div ----'----- _--_ -___--___--___--________ Julltr Butler .
: I I and EI: of 5\\'!, and SE1, ____:'1 4 :21 560 C. Anderson ________ ;30.72; Lots 2 15 of Blk 1 in Ensey" >uneyof 6 7 of Blk 1 in a\j,; & Trubys -- .--__ t6

EL- and 5\\,1. ______________________1'I 12 4"0 W. P. Clyde ___________ 41.54 I Worthington ___0.3'1 6 19 _____________ :.';1 Iou to Starke! _--_-[--__----_______ ---------0-___ J. T. WJl
} t I SL, ______ ________________ _____;3NEk -I 22: 320 Mrs. Cather.ne Cook __ :26.13 Lot 3 of Blk 1 in Eniev's survey Lou 1 2! 3:; 4 of Blk 4 m Temple add ---h -_

of .\\'!, _________________-2s -I 22; 4'Ol Unknown ____________ 6.44 : of XX'orthinjtton ___________________:33: 6 IS S. W'. Dubose ________-- 2.23Berry to Starke ________ _-un-h------------oo---------- take
0 f .! SE1, of tXV1', and \\'I. of SE', __ y 5 1- 80 D. M. Gunter _____._.__ '.S:; Lot.-. 7 10 of Blk 1 and all lot E of Blk 9 in T.mjlt! add to Starke ._.____ __________ ____ -Cannin.. factr 1.
I i -'EI. of NE1, ____________________12SW 5 li, 4.. J. C. Crews -__________ 4.94 I came to E. 1st St in 1'.* 9 of Patton's Lot 13 of Blk in Temple: add to Cao a

i } if XXVi, and XL of SW, __14EL Ii 112U M. H. Nettles _________ 10.09It surrey of XX'orthmxton ______--------00 __ Wells ____________ 4.04 .Starke! 1 ---un__ _____. n_ __hnn___ Unknown .. __
: of SE"4 ___--___________ _______15XEi ; ;5 p" M. H. Nettles ---------- P.4S Lot 1 of Blk .11.in Worthington -__-------------------- Unknown _n__________ 1.95 Lots 12 56B :2 and land S L41of

f 1 of :Ei, _____..___..____________22 5 h 4'i' Thos. Murphy: _____00___ 5.1 !,I Lot 1 of Bik 13 in XVorthintctonLot _____-------------------- Unknown ______________ .7ii Ilk :2 to :and line in J. G.Alvarez .
NE: of SE'4 __________--___--__--__23SWi ; 5 1? 41* XV. H Nettles _____00 __ 4.94 1 of Mk 15 in Wurlhln ton ____.---------_________. Unknown .__.__________ 1.21 add to StarkeLoU ___---- Aa! Ahan- .
of .-E>4 _______________:23NL. ; 5 1* 4'l J. C. Castles oonoo____ 4.94 Lot 7 of Blk: 15 in XX'orthinnton: -_-__-------------------- C. H. Campbell _u_____ 6.14 567 b of Blk 3 J. G.1.oounn)1"- ____ IU

1 :. of NE1, and NE'4 of NXVi ___27NE"1 5 11:1) F. H. Douxlass: Jr ____ 12.:;'} LoU '! 4 of Blk 19 in Uorthmnton ..------.._____--_--_ Unknown ______________ 10.9.1 \arez add to Starke --I_ _--________________-________ Uninowr. _
of SXVl and NXV, of SE127 5 11 SO J. W. Blume __________ ".H LoU 7 of Blk 23 in Worthington __------------------ Mrs. E M. Petty ______ 2.21: Com at XXV cor of Rapt st Parsonage --_ Ml .
S'.. of SW't4 ________________________ 6 3 19 70 J. C. Crews ____________ 7.94 Lots 1 1 a of Blk 27 in XX'orthinuton._------------------- Cox and Duboae -------- 6.42: lot on E side of Walnut Stand

: Wi;. of NXV1, and NE1, of XXVi, ____ ; 5 19 112 J. C. Crews ___________ 1"t:1: Lots 1 4 of Blk :il in Worthington __.------------------- Unknown -------------- 1.';; run X said St 210 ft
I, i S E', of :SE1; of SE1, _______________24 5 19 in 1.1. Mitchell __nn_ 1.X2: Lots 9 1" of Blk 37 Worthington __-------------------- Mrs. E M. Petty ______ ...1tLot to Sharpe al.nl, thence E along

SEI. of NE1. ________-______----___24XVL 5 1t 40' J. B. Chancey _________ 5.57 3 of Blk 3' in Worthington ___.----------------... Unknown -------------- 1.95 said land 21" ft. thence N 1"5 ft ,
- t.: :--\\1. __ ____ _____-___--____25 5 19 80 Unknown u____________ lUll Lot c of Blk: 3in Worthington ____-------------------- Mrs E M. Petty ____u 1.21N' to land of J. Truby. E
. NXV, of SWI. __--___--__________-_in :; 19 4" XX' H. Nettles __________ 4.47 of WI. of SW'4 and F.I.of to R)', thence S 1 343 ft to ti..nce of
Lo--------------------------------- 6 5 20: 80 Unknown _____________ !'.43 S\\'I.' and \\'I.' of SE1 ______35; 6SLj 19\ 100/ J. X. Gainey __________ 9.73 Adam TUon, thence XV to 15 ft
!'WI. (.f XE1, and EI. of XXV I of lot 5 and all: lot 6 and XL of alley! thence N about 3" ft. thenceXX'

exct-it 1 A on S side ____0000 ______ To 2" 79 Elijah Kite ____________ ;..45r : I lots ; s __nn_____ ___________:_____ 6 :20 :111)! Mrs. Airanda Thomas __ 19.49 to leg in Starke. except a lotuftNandSby:1"ftEandV
SXV of NEIL and SE'' of \\V.and S':. "of lot :3 and all lot 4 00__________ 6 20 120 Unknown! ___________n_ 11.16 ; :

; 1 A com 230 ft XV of SE cor XL(, of SE' and 5\\,1. of SE' and in SXX' cor _nnnnnu_____._ 22 I
of XE' of \\'I. and run N 190 ::"EI. of S\\I. ___________________-10 6 :1) 160 Jas B. Stephenson _____ 15.11SW' ::1 A in SXV cor of NXV I. of SXV, in : I : : Hal -------_ %&1

ft W 2> ft S 19" ft E 23": ft toI' of \P. 1..4 A Ry right oftray Starke less 2 lots ___ _._____ ____-2x 6 22 .-.Mrs.. J. S. Wynn _
pt of beg -._ ____o.nUU.u__ 5 20 II R. H. Taylor __________ 9.6. __ _____._________'* 6 20 36 Mrs. W. J. Thomas ____ 1.33 Beg at a point 200 ft XX" of XXV cor uil

I d All SL of SEll X of Ry --__________13SEi 5 20: 40' Joe Jones Jr _____u___ 7.:* Nit of SXX'i, _____ ________hU:3: 6All 2\1 80 Frasier KeKey; : ________ 7.94! of Madison and Broadway Sts and

;. .; f.fE', _______________________14 5 20 40 J. XX". Nichols _______h_ 6.44 of 61ks46171'12"212'2:3: run XX' 14* ft to Orange !'t. X llft
EI: of NE', of SXV, of XW'1 _.._:5XXVi 5 1:0;: 5 Ella M. Boland _______. .';;; ;io 36 37 3p 3i 4'i 5*' 51 ;52: and lots ft. E loo' ft. X 10" ft. E 99 ft. S

4 of SXX'i, except 2 A in SW '' 123456710111'ofBlk7 :210' f to pt of heir in Starke -----2. 6 12:: J. \\.. Eddy ___ ___
cor -------------------------------1;; r i 2 II 3S David I' Coffin ________ !8.24 and lot 8 10 12 of Blk 10 and Com XE cor of Orange Madison u SJJJan
WL. of NSV'4 and SL of SE1, and I lob :246C111ofRik12andlot.: Su and sun X 110 an.to apt

NL of NE1, of SXX'i and SE1 I 2461' 1612: of R1k13.andlot of I.". thence E 11" ft. X 110 ft.
of EI. of SXVl and N': of SE i 12: of Blk 14 and Ms 2 8 1"12: XV 110 ft. SIn. ft, to pt of beg .
i of SXV1, and SXV, of SE', of of Blk 15 and lots 1 2 :3 4 7 s 9 Younir's add to Starke -----2' 22 .
I 8WI. _____________________________15 5 2" 22": Unknown __________ 20.50 1" 11 12! of Blk 16. all in New 1 lot in Starke bounded E by XX" ( R..ynold----- D.jj

S'of SE1, of SXVl, and EL of River ________________ ------------3 24 6 :20 -a W. M. Parker! _________ 7.64NW' M. Edwards S by D. P. Mitchellsand

... SEi, _ooh_-_____ __----_--_--__1WL Ii :2 u Inn Unknown _____________ 10.9'! of SXVl. _____________________3EL 6 2"1'1" Unknown ______________ 6.44 Mrs. Hazel and W by Broadway
of NE1 and SXV of \\'I. of XXVi of SXV ____n______,_ 1 6 :21 20 James Good wine ....__; 4.94! St. and N by A. Alvarez

I J and XVL of SXVl and N': of S SL of SE'4 __--____--______--_______ 6 eU V. Entry Davis ________ I'}.';; land __ _____________ __ _
E".1-__--_____--_______________22 S 20 ;-/0'') Unknown _____-_____ :!IU9 N': of"I. except 15 A in SE 1a Com at NW hunnn.cor of Madison andMyrtle : I : F.E Well n __ U

I SWi of SE1 ------------------2! 5 20 4U Mrs. Charlotte Coffin __ ;.94 cor ___--__--_______________________"--J 6 76 Ceo. E. Kelley --------- K.24 Su and run W on MadisonSt21'ft.N331ft.E210ft
NL.' of XXVi, except :2: A in SW SXVl, of NXVi, ______________________29XWi 6 21 40 A. L. Wynn Est ______ 4.94
t cor ____----------------------------6 5 :20 78 F. M. Byrd -.__n______ 7.45;; i of SW'4 and XVL. of SXV, to Myrtle St. thence S along said .

NL.' of NEi and Sl: of SE1, ______:27 3 :20 160 Unknown ______________ 15.4 of XXVI: _n_______________________ :2XXVi 6 22 60Irs.. M. S. Brown ______ 6,69 St 334 ft to pt of twl ___n____._:! 22 L. Little ___
EI-: (.f XEi. and S\V4 of NE'i of NE1, of SXVl, _____________ 2 6 22 10) hev. b. r. Wolfe ------ 2.16 Com at SW cor Madison and : I f .0 IM

..: and E1of SWi, and SE', n____2- Ii 20 369 Unknown ______________ 37.fi s.4 of SE', _:__________00:1 6 22 40 Unknown __._.......___ 5.57 Myrtle Sts and run S on MyrtleS
WL of SE', and EL'; of SW' _____:.. 5 :20 16D Virgil Edwards ________ 34.5 XVL, of NE' and E'of. NIV'4 and 105 ft. XV 105 ft, S 105 ft. XV .
Com at SXV cor of SWi-i. of SXVl' E-I,. of Sand \ '':. of SE', ____ 5 6 O-l 320 E. E. Canova ---------- 34.8S 105 ft, X 210 ft to Madison St.

and run N 504 ft. thence E 424 I SEI,"of NEi, ________00_____________ 6 6 22 40 Chi Anderson ________ 6.44 thence E on Madison St 210: ft to

', ft t o apt of beg thence X 260 XL of SXVl, ___________00__________ 6 6 12 80 J. W. Hodges Est ____ T.6J pt of beg in Gal.ins add to : 6 22 L. 11. Little ___
ft, E 105 ft. S 260 ft, W 105 ft SR:I4 of XEi, of XXX'i. ______________ 6 22 10 Swallow & Hopkins .. 1.t!2! Lots 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 in \StaJe9 l"

S j f to bet; -------------------------23 5 20 J. B. Chancey -_________ 5'6' E'.. of XXV of SXV, and all XEi. add to Starke __.1________________29 6 22 Mary C Hull Eat UI
1 Lot 25 of Blk 4 in F. X. Andrews of SXV, XV of Ry ___ _____________WSL. 6 22 40 C. G. Holland -_________ 4.85 I lot of land 240 gds S and 8 by 120yds
t Add to Lake Butler nunu__.__.___________________ Virgil Brown __________ 1.10 of SXV, less 10 A in NXV E and W in SE cor of SE'ofSEt

Lot I'< of Blk 1 in F. X. Andrews Cor ____________-_____--___________ 6 22 'ill Alice D. Swain _______- i.9:! __ __ --6 22 S Mrs. A. E.
I, add to Lake Butler _______________n__________________ Virgil Brown __________ 1.10 WL of E'. of XEi, and \Vj ofNE'4 EI:: of NE1- --.-of---SWI-- -.-____-__-_-__-_-______ 6 22:! Richard Albert Dnner_.. 731
21
Lot 39 of Elk 4 in F. X. Andrews of SW's ____________________H 6 :2 60 C. G. Holland ______---_ 6.89 E 1 in SW cor of E'2 of WI. of l
add to Lake Butler ___________.____ __________ Unknown ______ ______ 1.111 X. ______ 2.50 .
I .___ .____ 00 E' of SW, of XE', ______________11SE"1 6 22: 20 Mary Thorpe SE'4 ____n___ _-__ ___ ___': 2 1 Laura Moore __ LI
I LoU 27 and 28 of Blk 4 in F. N. of SE1, _______________________12XVL. 6 -2! 40 Unknown ....__________ 5.57 Lots 3I of But 3 in-Lincoln City oon_._________I_______:______ Hattie f
Andrew add to Lake Butler ______.___________________ Mrs. Olea. T. Sprinkle __ 1.10 of XVL. of NEi', of SXV1, _____.12! 6 ::::! 10 Mrs. E. V. Smith -_____ 1.48 5 11 of Blk 5 in Lincoln Wilamt II
LtllI City _____________________ John _
: LoU 14 16 IS of Blk R in Eppersons NXV'i, of SEi, ______________________12: 6 22: : 40 L. A. Evans _________. 5.57 I.t of Blk 6 in Lincoln! City __ ________________ May Lwi I
} add to Lake Butler .. ___. ____ Virgil Brown _________ IAO 6 22 20 B. P. Shackleford _____ 2.50 000 Wiiam_ L.
u u.nnn \\ of SWi, of SEi, ________ ____12: Lou 5 of Blk 11 in Lincoln Cty: ____________________ .
) loOt 5 un.__________________________1ft: 6 20 (80 Unknown _____________ 17.5 E'" of NWi of SXVl and EL of Lots 5 !8 of Blk Ja'e JOhlD _
14 in
: Lincoln City ____ ____________ ____
All Blk! 21 N of A. C. L. Ry in Lake : 6 22!: 30' lnknown: ____________. 3,8SWl. : -- ---- n.n.n L
XVL. of XEi' of SXVl, ___________12: Lots 1I 5 of 16 in Lincoln __
City _
___________________ Anna __ _
Butler ____________-_______________.uu_______________ Mrs. F E. Brown ____ C1.2 ,"of SE'i ___________.___________13 6 22! 40 R. D. Strickland ______ 21.98 Com at NW BIl of NW'4 of NW'4 J"ne 1

Lots 24 25 of Elk 3 in McKinney's XXVi, of EI. of S\\I. _____________14 6 22: 10 Unknown -_____________ 5.15 and run E 55:! ft. S 1115 ft. W 525
Butler ___ __________________ Lake Butler Ice & Electric __ 5.15NW'
add to Lake nnun XVL. of EL of SEi, of'I., ______14 6 :2 Itf J. Homer Livingston ft. X 11)5 ft, to pt of beg--1..A..33 6 2Z 2 E. W. Fst..11J1
Lot 3 4 of Blk 4 in McKinney of XEi, of SEi, _____ _____16SEi. 6 2- 10 Swallow & Hopkins --__ 1.48 SE'. of SEI, of NW'6 Drgjr
::2: J. ___
I. add to Lake Butler nU._____ CoUnknown ______________ 14.4 ., of SW'6 :2 40 A. G. Green! __________ 8.99! N': of SE'. of NW'. and SW'4 of 10 B St 11

I Lots 41 42 43 44 of Blk 3 in Me- \EI. of SW, ____ ________________li 6 :2! 44 Annie Reynolds ______ 4.94! SE'. of NW'4 and EI of SAW

Kinney's add to Lake Butler ______._00________________ _________-___- .16 E1of SEi, of XEi, _______________is 6 22: 20 Julia Goodwine ___--_-. 6.44 of SWI- _:____ ____,__ :! _
Lots 10 11 of Blk 19 in MeKinney'gdd .____________,______ J. B. Dowlin ________ 14.4 Com 420:! ft S of SE cor of SWIof 3 A in SW-cor-----of---- of'I.-- 6 22 60 r. Seal _____ rJ

e. 'i to lake Butler __________________ __._.u____________ Jan. T. Seairrest u__-__ 5."; SWI and run X 60 ft. W 115 W of Ry S\, .
-----3 6 2 3 King Chandler! __.___
Hlks 1 : in D. E. Knight's: add to ft, S 611 ft, E 115 ft. to pt of ben.21XXVi 6 :22: Clarence Elltrson ...... 4.46 4 A beg at SW of of : : la
I Lake Butler _______________________ ___________________ Unknown -______ 4.33 of Blk 4 S of R :2 and SW Sec 33 and run cor N 510 NW's ft. E 3/3/SEI.ft
Blk 3 in D. E. Knight's add Lake
to
l of Bik3SofR2Wand66 S 455 ft to See
line.
t ___ ____ __ ____________ L. M. Stokes ___ 10.9!!, thence W 363
But'er ______________. .._ ft wide E and XV by 330 ft N andS ft to beg -__-____ __ __33 6 22 4 Hattie Williams __
-- --
----
Com at NE cor of lot 1 and run S on E side of SEI' of Blk 3 S S\\1. of XW', of except X U
\
70 ft to a pt of bell thence W ofSXX'i :
of R 3 XV. also that portion 2'2 acres
6 8 Dr. J. C. Will. LM
105 ft. S 70 ft. E 105 ft. X 70 ft --------------------3 '
t I. of SWI. of NE'4 containedin WI: of 5\\t. -----__--_____________-31 22: Mary C Hull fat 41.
i to rt of oe'sr in T. E. Dekle'g 2 dadd last 2 descriptions, also com 'E', of SE' 3 A I 10
___________________ Unknown _____ 5.56/ except square in
to Lake Butler ________________ -- X of SE of land SE .
l at 176 ft cor ____
a pt ror --- ----_--______________ 6 :2 35 L. ______ 1 LU
Lot 11 X of in T.
Ry E. Dekle's 2nd 1 GrJfi
Jennie and of !
owned by Hal 1 add to lake Butler _hnn_____ ____n____________ Hattie Williams ________ 4.111 X 46 ft. W 625: ft. S 4-6 ft. SW'4 5WI, of and N': of S\P, ----3ii 6 22 120 C. Gritl h_ U
run SE'4 ____________ _
--------- __37 6 22 41) L. _
A in SW of XL 4 Mrs. C. A. Knight Litle 111
4 cor of lotI __ ___11 6 20 E 625 ft to pt of beg -all in Tem St of NE' And EI :
of XEI
'lHeirs ____________ 3>i/; ple's sub div ______________________21: II 22 13 Unknown _________ 20.blBlk4SofR1WandE'2ofBlk4 \W't1 ___ ______ of
\ 4 A in SE cor of XL of lot 1 lying ----------- -- _______::. 6 :2 Iu', L Little ___
X\\'I 1
"
I E of SE Crabb and-S of land of \\, -h____________ ;; 6 22 4" J. Col.na __ .
owned -
S of R 2 Wand Blks 5 and 6 S \\1 of NE' .
1 I'v 1. G. Tunis __00 _____________11Si. 20 4 KiH.ie Lamar _________ 4.46 Blks5iS N' : of NW'4 ----_-________ I "2 211: P. L. Hickey ___ .
I' '. of NEi ___ huo.nu________:34 ii :20 80 Unknown ______________ ';.1>::1 of of R11VandE'of R 2 W in Temple's. sub div or e SI : of of NE', Rnt E'2 of \I, _00 2 19 161 S. G. Hayes .__ .
E', of XXVi and SXV of'I; ____34IteR 5 20 120: Unknown ______________ 11.2:! : Of SE' XV of : EI. EI. of S\\ -----_-! 'i 19 12'J Unknown _.___ flit
all XXX'i lying Ry
----- ________
\1 ----
a *t SXV cor of SE'i. of SXV, and E of public road ______________21 6 2D: SO Unknown ______ 5.:6: -------- -3 :0 64' SIuthern Naval Stops
and run X 70 yds E 140 yds. R Com at XXV cor of land owned by WI of SWt Co. _____ _. 5714
I 70 yK XV 140 yd;. to pt of be*- Elmira King on E side of Ry EI ,: ..f 7 :I PO E. B. .ondnu .
\\1. and
2 A _- -________ __ ___--__--____--___ P 5 21 2 XV. H. Harrell ______-- 6.47 andat EI S\\. of SEI------ 'i 12"" (''lo.no'n .._
rVht of and run Easterly of
SIftl4 of XE1, -------------------.I,. ii 21 4') K. P. West ____________ 7.9 way Kline EI. --------------------------5 7 0 E. B. Andlu ____ t.G
said
right angles to Ry to of 51
bf lot
:1: : 9! ansi S' of 1 kt Iii
SL of'I. of SEI. and S\\'I. of :
SE1 except in .\ in SXV cor S of I of Sec 21. thence X along said It-s X 12! A. ---- ---_______________ 7 :1'I, J. Shaw Jr __ tl

o road and E", of XL of SE1, of S tC line to Center Strett. Temple's 51 of It -I ------00-________________ 7 7 20 L. f. Shah ,____ Uf

I SW'1 except XV 2 A ------__--____17 5 :21 63 ('.. C. Sapp ____________ 15.fii sub Ry div right thence of way.XX'alone thence S said alone St Ito N\\1" of of \1 lot:Ii of and lot 4 ---______________ '; 'i 2f :4 (i. W. Yarborough I
I. of lot
Tom at XXV cur of SEi of NXV' :1: 1 u-
said; right of to pt o Org inEL .A
way
:
end run S: itS yds thence E 70 c..1 i' SE cur ---u_____ 7 :20 7. __ __
of XE' lots or pieces tnknc\\'n
uf
except ; 1 I
in
yd, to a pt of bee, thence E 70yds. _____ 15.42:! 11. Ward City ---n.n W. W. Ward .____
hewn __ 6 22:: It Louis Guyon
:
have heretofore conveyed 2! Lot ,
X 7" yis. W 70 yds. S ;0 yds I as L 4 of IIk 1 in Ward City ________ ._________._,_.-__ R. Wad ___ ,I

I to pt of l ire __h _________________l'; 5; 21: 1 Clara Sparkman ____u_ 4.2:: 1" .\ com at center Sic of Ry where E and> Lots 19.2" :I of Rk: a in War.1 Ciy___________________ M-int.r w __ 11
mile line of 21, running I of Rlk Sal
Com l>i chs XV of NE enc of NXV t..J 11 :n Ward __._ ______--___ R. ___
'i of SE1- and run S "9 ft. thence XV cross*. thence X along said; Lots 3 r 0f Blk 12 in Ward City .__ ____________________ \\.m. W. War--I j1.
Ry 4'"i ft. thence E at right: angles lot 5 of 13 in Ward ('it War .
W 20 derreec.I S V.! > ft. there BI w. W. __ ,
said itto the d I. mile Lo.t I"
to sa of I: in War
X ';: ft. trtnce alone! right of line, thence XV: to pt of IK :. .1 fi 22 16 r. M. Jenkins ______ 10.75; Lots ; !' ofBik WarJ City _0 ____-______._ Sam R. r____ ;
-- in
-- --
way of A. C. LRv to place of l>evr I War. Ci 1 _n_ ______________ IS W. Ward _____
with :32
in NW' of PE1 ._____ ._________ Mae Lccncn__ .7S Com on X line parallel! Ry Lot 6 I.t }k I3 CitY _
lc 5 Zl Mis. Ella SXV of'I of Lots \\'ald hh __________h_____. S.m P. '___ .Y
ft X from c..r 1 2 War
; Com atE cor of NE1 of SXV" Illk 1 S of R 1 E arid S parallel 0(f 11 15 in War,1 City --n______________ p;. W. ____ LI
run Lot
l' and run S 3 chnt :8 ft. to Ry right with Ry 163; ft. thence 1ut I of BJk 17 Ward Cit) ______ __________________ War__u .___ 1.1

e fa)', thence W slung said right right angles to aid Ry 330: ft.thence I..t 3 of Bil II in \\arl City __ -_ -- __ _-__________ W. W Ward .._ .
: df \\i.y 14 chns 21 ft. to a pt of X \ with said Ry 163: J.t I of Hk! :1 in'ard City _________ ___ W. W. __ .;
parallel
s.4 lep. thence rY :210 X :\ariation' di=rr.s.; E 32:210: dejrree !Itthence ft. thence to pt ..f tag: aUo X1" ofSI ..E'4" ;...1 f.f.lk,! 22: in Ward City ____ _______________ W. W. Wan War ___ LN _
7111
of WII of P..k I S of R 2 SEI. of NEI1 !-----1 :0 4" .. \ U' ____
S. tren'e! SI t ft to said
':. right of way thence E along! said E: Ifinu >:2L! ft X and S and 330: ant N'I" rf S __ L
u
'fI ;
:0 _
also of land -- J 31r. S E. Thigpen :
ft E and W a piece Lots
,j right of \'11to pi of leg -1 A inNE1 A n C div I.f lot of Blk 1:
.4.,.&, of WII ... __ -1" To 21 1 Jin- Jones Jr _..__eon I.l1I :!2 ft X and S and :3:"" ft E and ; anal 1,1 I A 1'1;;.\ :and lots
T.'L ff lot n of Ink! r. i in Kaifnnl ----I' 5 21 Mrs. M. F. ThonuisonJ. __ 411y XV on P tide of :XL of SE1 of A. R C. II ul dh of lot 17 of 11:k

I A in XW cor of SXV1 of SXV... __J5 :5 21 14D X. Lan f"rd E.-t ____ 1.fli Ilk 1 S of R 1 E in Tt nll'lu sub 6 and loB 11.\ a'ld lots A
div __ _____ __ 21 6 22 1 Ceo. Ruff _________ JUS: I
h -- ------- D E F .
: ? sub
__ .
i ?E11 of E':6 5 :SI J. X. Lanirford Est .43I ( diof lot 1\1\
+ t' I SL.. of MV! and SW of SEtS __ tnSXX'i 5 21 120: J. It'. NichuL--------- I'f"., .\ corn at NXV e-r <,f Center Stand 114.. .1 / of lot 21 of 1- Plate

l' I of NXV __ _____00___ ::! 1 S 21 40 T. J. West ____________ Ii.41 Lawtey and Slarke! public:: road I A 1. div of I.t Ilk of nlk 15

NE1, of XEi, e.\cei.t L .\ in NE arid run XV u.nlC..nt..r: St1'11 in Sampson City ---__ -______--____ 4 i :21 Jones and 1G, _
ft lard formerly! owned X.
by
to S
I f" cur and \\'I. of XE' except X til Bik H in E end of City br
a 'am".n
115 ft XV of public road and SL I>. lliiuaman. thence X along aid S of S. A. L. Ry __ ___________ .
-- 4 _
land 26" ft. thence Easterly! 4'M :!1 W. X. P.a'ley __
of NE1 ; and S 4i" ft of XE' of Sub div A H C II of lot 2 of Bik
d NIV'1 and S 44' ft of E1of. XXV ft to s-aid 1'101 thence S aonj! 17 in Samh.n City __ __ __ >
I. -I, of NXV, and X 1V1 ft of E'-_. -aid n aol to Iftr.nruiv.: lots :: b die of __ 4 21 :11 :Iar' C. Thm L
I __ ______ Joe Morris '." .lob lOt I bf 27 '
di2L 22 3
ple'sub acres :. 6 ---------- HI
.u
X ; ft f
and 130
;;, of SW, NXV, : il Samp.4In City ___ _______
--- 4 7 21 __ 1.1
A 53 ft from the S line of J. C.
"' '"' of NI1I4 u u ,_-.m m------_ ;r b 21 1.5 XX". EIU-ry Davis ._.__ 26.4Raley 1 Iyinl SE'0f NW' and NE' of Iur.h .
_
\P.
-I tVoodt en --.._____________1In" S 22: 19 Uaml>y Co----- 1.4+ EI. Blk :2 S of R1 E said :f.l, flfp. and E', of W'i 9 'i f j C. G. Holland ___ U

;; l' :22: in ""....oIawn|! ----------------U b "2 1/1 Unknown __________1___ 1.1" 1 kin\ 3S;11 ft E and W'and 1J2 and Wlf of 5E'4 --1La
0 ft X" and Sand tying just N of ----hhh__ :1 Unknown __ -....
i and SEI of XW --
SV. tf \
if Ni4 of \ and fl 10
. ar.i SXV of SE1, _--_ ______ .___12J81 5 22: 120 Unknown __-_________ 1.1:1: that own. by HInry' Jones also S'"\.I Wof\, ,: and of S\\ ----16 :1 C. L l..k ______ 1
NI. of
I. 17 ft N from Sn. tI
y of SXVl, of NXVI, and \\1. of : acre SW'4 01 NE' I
S and
..f NE' of Rk! 2S of R : E. said : of SEI, of
SE1 of XF-i and FI of SE1
.EL-
(.f NE'4 and J>L. of NE1:, of SE'1 L A bring :u'i ft E an.I XV and ', of-- -----------__--___--__ 21 CO tnlo.no\\'n' _____._ t1SW'
660; ft X and S in Temples sub XIV'6 ; 21 .0 _
"
of SE1 of SEE & of 10srJ..r
& NW'
XVL
, I SE1.XVL.,.f SW4,and XL, of SL of div 1L .\l'rt __ ____ ___ nu____22 ( C2 2 Mattie Johnson ________ 5.60 SF'4 t.f of SWI S\\, -and---------_____--____.16 21 4( W.f, Ald..rmul "

. SE'4 of SE1, and S' of NE'I. ofSE' N! of SE' of SXVl of SXVl except 5\\, of SE'4
of : l"' A off W end ",' A __ -22 6 22 4 Sam Harris Jr ______ 5. . Mt'L" 5 22: 133; Uninjwn ________ 20.9 : SW cor of SE' of .
SE' of SiV14 of SE' and E A SE'S ----- --l9 :1 72 H. D. f
. Lots 56 1" 11 12! and S'Il of lots : WI Wa..iD -
", 7 v XX'ooillawn __________________13M 5 2_: 70 Unknown: ._.._..__._... i.fl". 2 of :-\\1.' of SXV, of SE1 _______:_-*; I 2? 12 E L. Simmons ________ l..4' A: of NE 5W11 of NW'4 ---- ___--___ 'i 21 211 F'. p".yno:: --- 1
r \ IiI in XX'oodlawn -_______________13 ;5 22: 1\1 A. J. I'irotte ________ 2.1; XL. of SXVl I of !'EI. and S'" of WI, I of SW''cor of EI: of SEI ______:?, 7 21 f Mrs. 8. .\. {,Il 1
c y : of SE' and SE1, of NE', --------___ __--______ 21 Mrs. S..1. ; fl
XVoodlawn
t in
Lots 39 42 u.I. 5 :22 20 Unknown ______________ 3.g4 \\1 SIV'1 of SW' 10 Inn
'.- Lets 41 44 in XX'oofilawn! _h -------u 5 22 20 Unknown ______________ 2.8 I of SIVA, -_u__ ____hUh-_____"2 I 22: 50 E. L. Simmons ______ a:1.f: > IV' of SE' ---------hn:8 7 :1 .1 1'0,1, Jont" __ "
f- I Lots :37 3, in XX'omilawn ___ ___ .___is 5 22!: 20 Raley Hamby Co __ __ 2.S'' XL of SXXI of XE1 n hU____:! I 22NEi :20 O. B. Sweat __________ 16.34 N' : and 21 1.0 Muse \\II.lam. .
Lot 21 in XX'oodlawn: __u ---__-------IS S :22 10 Raley Iamb Co ___h___ 1.4' of XE1 _____ ______ _21 f :22XE' 40 R. R Strickland n____ :20.27: NW, of'I. of NE'. an a A in j;
-. Lot 26 in XVood'.awn! --__-------____16 5 :22 1" Kathtnne F. Taylor ____ 1.4( of SE'"i: : f :'> 40 Unknown ____________ 19.5Xf. of cur of NE' of and W

..F .. Lot 2; in \\\>odlawn ----__________ig 5 :.':> 1.1 I'r. Gei. H. Payne __.. 2.1'' of SXV' of NW-! --------------2'; fi 22 10 S. F. Morgan u_-____ !'.25 F.I.' Gul..y 'Branch 0---3 'i 21 2x If. D. W.dm --- 5
__ .\ of XXVi' of XE' S of public ---- ____________ 21 J. 4
. lots 4. 33;: in XX'oodlawn -1; 5 22 20 Raley Hamby Co ______ 2.2: :: 40 r. Alc"ral
\ro-7 Lot 2'.' in XX'ood'.awn: u -- ---------1,. 5 2:: 1'\ I.tr-\. HullU ____ __ I.!':; mad ___ __00 ____ _- ______--_____27 6 on_ 8 W. 1 Bryan _______ 13.64 SEt\ I: A of X'I of NE'. of S\\I, ____ : 0 22 13 : %I'illie H. SapP &
of SWI
!. N'.. CofEI., of SE', and E4 ofS'L 00 EL. of XE1 of SW of FII and --_. -.-___ __ ____ 22 411nlo.nown _. ___ I

., uf NE-i of SE' --------------_-, ,-t 22 ,...S C. R. Sapp ___nuu_ 9.29 3 A in XXV cor of SE', ', ..!7 I 22 B XX" M. Pryan ________- 7.10Josephine W1., of'I of ----u___________ 3 22 !) Mary C. Hull
EtJ1
t W'of XVI of SXVl, Of SEI, ---- ;. :!. 1" G. XX' Car IT __ ___ -.!':' T. 100) ft of X :J4S: ft of W': of XXV I !fI XE'3 7 22: J. C. Gan.y
b ;_ C:..u a: XW .:or of SW, 01 NEt, nn "f :E' of NF14"a 6 22 Glover ______ .11 : of'I. of S\\'I __________ 3 ; : : Henry Mitchell----J.
: dm X line of : of \ of NE'. It'so ;S Ain NE __ ;
; and run E S3 1-3: rds. thence S so on \\1. SE'4on "or 3 : :;; Unknown ----
tr: rd. thence XV 53 1-3 rds, thence X E side of and runS N'I Of 8\\1. of SE' _0 ____________ 4 7 2 Unknown --- i
.; s0 rds f Pt of beg ___n_--_______..jN'EI4 5 22 = Unknown 9.89! on said St 7i. ft. E 210! ft. X N' of N': of NE4 of NW', of ( : U
'
I ,..f'I., except 2 A in NE 7* ft. XV 210 f to pt of 1.1 in X15' -Acres! ---____ ---_____- t 7 22 3 Quil'lu Lamkr j S
r.J. cur Starke _'. .__ n unn________ B n Eugene Gnann _u_____ 2.S P.yCo.--.
I ------------------------------- Unknown 14.4i -
l I.lt 22! in Eat Lautey 00---00------- ----J___r3- L. L. Sapp-Jr 20.9':: lot C ot l>lk! 1 and land between : SI: of N'I: of NE' of NIVI, of

"i Lot 7 in Otts sub div of Ea-t law.tey lot C and Church St. except S iI.: : SW'2'.lcrs -----_____________ t 3 i rnl.nown _____

I '!' _________ _. ._ __h.n______ --________--_______ David M. Smith ... 2.4* ft in Star1. uunn:_____ _____________ A. 1 Wal ____________ 4.46 WIf; S\\'I. ()f'I, except 1.\ in I IJt'l
,i 1.oU. 1" 11 in O;ts sub div c-f Ea-t Lots, I : nl! X :tll_ ft of lot 5 of NE.c'.r --_____--__________________ 4 U' Francl Clark .- -

f tey ___h_.__ __ _nnu____ .___-_____- __ Tbad Nicholson 4.16 Rlk 2 in Star .. :n __ _____o.h___________..!_______ Unknown _n___________ 4.1; SE). (f. XW'4 7 : 1'1 S. S. Chdnd.er _---
)( '- .t XL of SXV" t.f'I. uhhn___ .7. 5 22- u 2' Le e Miller 3.H Lot 7 and S 21! ft of lot ; of Blk! 2_ _________________ Livingston & Jones ____ 5>9Qaitrley 1 A 5'1 I XE cur of a 5 A lot owned : .

\\'I. of Sllo[ XXXI _unu_J3 5 22 10 Sarah William .. Lot a of Blk 6 in Starke nuU____ .____ _?.___._____ Lumber & Sup I bye Andrew Jackson in SE cor
3 .
1'I: of :XXVi ,lf SE'S --------------9 5 2i: 1ftS Unknown 3>6 ply Co __00__________ M;; -f SEI, of NW'5 1 Quigley Lumber "J P i4I
4 ,. W 41': acres of XE1, of NV14 of -. > Lots 1 7; of Blk 7 in Starke ._______________________ Mrs. S E. Reybon _00__ :20.93 2 ply Co .- --- _.

. + '.: XW,4--------------------------, ',: 2'o 5 H. D. Randal Sal Lots 5 6 7 jt of Blk 10 in ta1 ________-- ---------- Mrs. A. Floreus ________ 14.10" SEI of NE'. and E'i i of SAW of :

;j NXV, of SW, ----- -- __h__________:26 5 22 411 L. L. Sapp Jr .. 1".69: Lots 2 4 and W1'1 f of ( S of SE' and Et2 of NEt. of NE'4 __ 5 22 5"' James C.arl ---- 01
.'-' Com at SXV cor of SE1 and run E Kk13! ; in Starke ?- __ -__--___--_ -N.- B Hull ________120.19 s 3 A. bf SW1, of SEI, E of R y ____ 5 3 Joe Johnson. Jr $;
'k. .. on Sec line 410 ft to a pt of b...: Com 3, 1.0 ft \ of SE cor of lot Beg at NW cur of NW'4 of SE' 2
i ,, F; thence X 1i61' ft. E !" ft. S 61i'1 7 of Blk 17 and run X 103 ft. XV and rl' S 52'tl... E I rd.. N 50 0rds

;' 5 f- 4 ft. XV 19-( ft to pt of UKEL n________:a 5 22 :1: James XX'. William ... 4.76 "n 1-3 ft. S 1 u 5 ft to CaI St. W :i rd t beg -_____________ 5 7 "2 II Thos. V. 1'ortet----ms's 4i

" of \Et, of SB1, _hhU_________::; 5 22 20 L. L. Sapp Jr ________ 7.2 thence E 30 1-3 ft to pt heir Lot 16 and 4 of lot'13 sub div of

. p-' 'tr lots 4 13 in Woodlawn ______________10 5 22 20 D. B. Johns 4.2l.'S l..tJ parallel with and at right NE'4 --------___ _____________ __ 'i ; 2: Peek & Truly
: Lot 5 in XX'oodlawnIota _mmn_______,2: 5 22 10 UnknownAnthony _nt ======= === angles to said Call St in Starke ________. J.' C. Cal.r ___________ 43.9S 1 A in NW enr of W'2 of XIV', of 1

I t/ 14 17 in Peet\ille: ______________T 5 _:!: ;5; Moore ... _-___ 3.5 Lots. 7 and part of lots 6 8 of Bk: NELS W of Ry _____________________ S 22 1 Millie JInes ---- -
:: -r Lot 9-71; acres in Peetsxille\ ______33L 5 22: '" Peter TUdale Jr. ______ 3>6 1; in Starke ---________________________________ Jennie Lou and Harry S\\'I. of NWt4 and S'2 of NW'4 of

! ;1 is t 24 in Peetsville __________________33 5 :?! 6 Lilly Tisdale __________ 2.16 Rh'fl _____________ 34.8Quipley ; SE'S _____oo ___________!___________ c 22 60 James Clark
.w WI: Of XEi, _____________00_________ 1 6 I' ..) E. M. Dennison IA. B. EL of lot 1 and lots 3 5 7 of Bik S'! of SE' of SE'i ------- -______10 7 22 20 L M. Little ----

f r ;k # WI", of XXVI, of 5WI. ______________ 4 6 10 Z/I! P..Fletcher M. Jenkins Trustee____I __._____. 10.93 4.94 / in Slarke ____u______________ __ I Lumber & Supply SW'4 NWL-of- NE'4------and-----SWJi------of---SEI----,-of__--ll 'i 22 51) L M. Little :--- 0 t'N'z

? 4t SW1i of XEti. and SU of SPt; __.. JK 6 1. Iu: R.)1. Jenkins ________ 1U7 Co ______________ 17.81 of XIV', of SWI& ------------1 'i 22 20 M. G. Griffis ,

'- of SW'ij of SEt; and SE'i of !Ik 31. ai extended on En.ey's map NE', of SE', ---------------------_-13 'i L 3f. Little '
.EI. u__________________________ 6 h 60 C. H. Malphurs ____ 9.73 .f Starke. 2 I
u ---------_--__--___ ________._________._ R. S. John ___________ 40.70
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FRlU-\Y, AUGUST 4, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE SEVEN

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PUBLIC NOTICE. (NOTICE Continued OF From TAX Page SALE.6.) REPORT OF SCHOOL FUNDS


DESCRIPTION S T R A OWNER T&: C

i1I i hereby P'ven to all concerned that the Board of County Commissioners in and SWU! of NW4 __ -11 .. 22 40 Mrs.
NOTICE ----------------- Elizabeth C. Gnf-
radord County. Florida. sitting at a Board of Equalization on Monday. July 24th 1916, fis ___________________ 24.13
for nUIn" ad such from day (o day until \\edntsday. July iTtht 1916, made the following 1'W?j of NW'U and SU of 1'W7 BRADFORD COUNTYThe

,nj com,; in the tax rolls, on file, with the County Assessor of Taxes. Further notice is given and NEU of SW'U ----------_____15 7 22 160 Mrs. E. B. Dees ______15.71
dung of County Commissioners will be in session on Monday, September 4th, 1916 SE,4; of swu ____15
7 22 40
the Hoard ------------------- F. M. Dees ____________ 4.94
that if any there be, why the valuations as fixed by them shall not stand.tohearcuiipiB.nu. :, SE' of %E'4 and SEU of NW'U!

J. B. CREWS and SW'U of NWU ____ _IS 7 22 12U E.
: ---------- B. IKts ____________ 11.53
AtUot Chairman Board County Commissioners Siof. NEU ____16 7 22 following of the Receipts and Disbursements of the School
WEEKS. SO Mrs. report Fun. of BRAD-
uT. ------------------- E. B. Dees __ _____ 9.43
Clerk. Bradford County Florida. SEU, of SW'U ------------___________16 7 22 40 Cornelius Young _____. 4.94 FORD COUNTY for the period ending December Slat 1915 with the Balances tnd the amountof
NEU of SE', ------------------_____17 7 22 40 L.l1. Little __________ 4.94 Warrants Outstanding; and a statement of the Assets and Liabilities and the value of the
SWV4 of SEU 17 7 22 40 School Property of said Bradford: County as reported the 31st of DeCemUr.
Cornelius on day by the
---------------------- Young ______ 4.94 1915
5'... A in SE'. of SE'. com 314 ft County School Board and the Superintendent of Public Instruction, is hearty published under
To E of SW cor of said SEU of SE the provisions of Chapter 6813 of the Laws of
U and run N 660 ft. E 846 ft, S 1915.W.. V KNOTT Comptl' l.r: .
-- 661) ft. W 346 ft to pt of beg in GENERAL FUND

DESCRIPTION / = +7 NAME RAISED Hampton --------------_--------_19 7 22 5 Mrs Annie E. Young __ 31.5s Treasurers balance June 3t1th, 1915 __________________________________ S 25'.00
:: 3 z a.. x Lot 3 of Hutson's add to Hamlton19 7 22: Harriet Walters ________ 3.44 Warrants outstanding ___u_____--___________--_--___----nu_n____ 5,675.b5
E 7. g From To N'2 of NEU and SWU of NEU
; < ;.. and S'. of NEU? of NW'4. less 14 Deficit June 30, IMS ____________________________________________ 6.417.65
a:I ? < A in SE cor 20 7 22 126 RH'eipta-June 30th to December 31. 1915:
Cornelius _
r. ::: ----------------------- Young ____ 12.29
1 1-3 acres in SE cor of SEU of S From R. R. and Td. and Tat Redemptions ______00__________________$ 1.11.10
1r'i ______n_____-_________________:!,\ ':' 22 1 Mollie Jones ____......_ 1.35 General taxes ___________________----________.____...___i-- 3. .!oj
of ____ S. Croft ___ 360 400
SW,", of NWU and SI2 SW's; 20 4 19 120V.: n N>(4 of N'4 --------------------- -21 7 :22: 80 Cornelius Young ______ 9.43 Hunting license _____-________________________---__-? 5 of NW1
SWt4 of N2U and SE'4 \\''. of SW of NW4 -------___-2727 7 22 20 Walter Hooker ________ 1.95 Clay county u___________________________________ SJ-.i:;
and NE' of S\\14 and NWU ofvwVS _____ 600 700 of NWU! of SE?. --------_-_ 7 2C20 Unknown ______________ 3.4J: Borrowed monty __--_________--____--_____________________ 16.46AIM
___;- 'T"oY_-------2: :l 4 1'JI'i 101C J. J. Hodges Beg at a pt 3ft: E of NW cor of 1 mill tax -_-n__________________________________-_______ 3.4W.20 JS.079.05
and""s ___ HaM _____ 450 500W.
\\ S\\I. 21 4 :
.V dNK.ofNWUofSE4andSWU 105, ft. S 224 ft. E 105 ft, N 225 Making balance _-- ._-u_____________________________u_________ 1; :;';1.10)Di.burs.m.ntJunc
Sw __________ __ ___ 4 19 200 S. Croft _______ 600 700 '
of U -- ft to pt of beg ------------__._____31) 7 22 T. J. Burden __________ 8.84 30th to December 31. 1915: '
pu. of !o F.I. and SW1, of SE'. and --W'I of NWU ----__--______________30 7 22 40 Geo. S. Yerger ________ 4.94 For talarits of teachers _-____________________________________ ?-_ 12tlT25:
'
__ __ 1300
< 1145
Lot 4 or S':: of SWU and SE4! __31) 4 19 34 W. S. Croft Beg at SE cor of NE'i of SE'i Sec New buildings _________________________________??._ C7S.SJ
cork of NE'i and SE'i ____________29 4 la 3s) W. S. Croft ______1140 1500 34 and run N 210 >'d. W 140 yds, Repairs to buildings ____.____________.._______.___...?_ 67.2.1
NEt of NEU less S 10 A and NW S 210 yd... E 140 yds, to pt of beg6- Furniture ---------__________._.?___.?_____.... tIS 17
of NE'i and NE'I of NWU ____ 9 5 IS 110 S. G. Smith _______ 400 450 6 __ __ Insurance __..________________ ___ .. __ __
Vi acres ------------_ ________34 1 22 6 E. J. McRae __________ 2.25 u .. .. ___?.__ 4 l,0'JIncid..ntals
E4 of NW'o _______________________10 5 H M) N. E. Pearce ______ 300 350 :NEU of'I E of Ry ______________ 2 8 22 40 N. P. Cauthan __ ____ 4.94 for school .,------_-------_________________ 223 34
WU of NW'i ______________________.10 :5 1* SIIS S. G. Smith _______ 300 350 SE'. of NWU and \W. of NWU 00 Library ---------------__________________-______-_?__ 37\SO

SW''i of NE' and SE1' of NWU and SWU ____hun_____________ 3 S 22 20 X. P. Cauthan _n_____ 24.33 Expense of administration- _
and !o E'4 of SW'i and NWU of \V': of NW'U and NW, of SWU Salary of superintendent _____________________--________ cOO.OO
____ 500 600
/ ----------------------------2: 5: 160! D. W. Williams ISW'4 | and E' of SEU of SWU ________ ;3 S 2= 140 Melrose Manufacturing Per diem and mileage members board _________________ 1:@ 4w'
__ 3611511
SWU'of NW1 and N2 of SW'U __II 5 IS 120 :t. H. Nettles u NE1'of NEU ______________n_______ Co. _____________ 14.28 Commissions of treasurer _________________________________ CM :D7
of NEU; andI; ., of SE'i ____23 5 IS 120IS N. B. Raulers.cn __. 4UO" 500 E'._. of NE'4 of Sand E':. of 6 8 2" 40 X. P. Cauthan _______-_ 4.H4 Incidentals for board and tupt ___________._____00______ isG.3

WLG of NEU and NW' and N'i of 'i E'! of SW'4 ________--______I-____ 8 S 22 60 Unknown ______________ 6.11 Printing ________________________________________________ 45.5"
SWI ________ ____________________-5 S IS 32'J D. W. Hancock __1000 1200' S ;I'ofE' and S Iof E', of Interest ______--_n________________________________........ 430.13
EU of SE1 except 2 A on E Ride of i SE', of NE', and :NW1, of \E14 Borrowed money ____________________.___________________ 16i6 800
JoE t t / CPI 1'* 5 7S Jesse J. Beilling .. 200 25" and W'2 of SW4 of 1'EI4 and Canning Club _--___-__--________________________________ 1l -7
SWK' of SWU'3! 5 19 40 P. H. Williams nu 100 150 NW' and NW of SW, and W Interest couinms Un_____________________________________ ':60.01)Error
514 of SWU ____ _____________________ 6WU 5 19 SO J. C. Crews ______ 2uO 300 400 I '.. of SWU of SWU __________n__ 9NW 8 22 320 Unknown n____________ 2J 13 in scrip No. 346 ________________________________ i.hO
of NVV'U and NE', of NW' __ 5 19 112 J. C. Crews ------ 250 __ ________ .___-_______________ 11 S 22 160 J. D. H.ltbrand _______ 13.28S" --'--
vu of NWU ________________________1" 5 19 N o) P. H. Williams _n 300 400 of NE', of NE', -----------____-12 8 22 :30 Unknown ______________ 3.15 Total disbursements ___n________________________________________ Uo;):: .:9
Eli of NEU and SWU of NE1', and All SWU; of NEt, N of Ry-26 A
SElf of NWU and E'.. of SE' __14 5 19 240 J. D. Knight ______ Sao 1000 and all SE', of NEU: ; S of Ry- Deficit December 31, 1915 __________________________________________ 15.4< NWvJ of SW1', less 1 A to school 2fi A. and 5 .\ in NE cur of S'i Warrants outstanding _____nn____________________________________ 17,743.60
and N.5 A of SW1, of SW1 ______21XWU :5 19 44 C. A. Hazen & J. of NE', of SE'4 and SI- of SEU!

II. Sandlin _____ 120 100 of SEUNU ___________________________ .11: 6 22 80i Unknown ______________ 9.69 Treasurer's balance December 31, 1915 _____________n__________ :,S.1
_____ __ 19 40 W. J. A. Johns ____ 150 200
of NEU _-h __ ______-* 5 of NWU of NEU and W.. andNW'1 SPECIAL SCHOOL TAX DISTRICTS

All of N'.. of SE', and NE'4 of of SEU ______________"______ .14 K :_" 3rd R. D. Clayton _________ 31.27 All districts except bonds)
SW14 S of publ'C mad ____________31 S 19 :0 John C. Brown ___ 200 300 SW, and NWU of SEI, ____________.16N'i 22 200 N. P. Cauthan ____n__ 16.52 Treasurers balance June 30. 1915 ___________________________________ I.A09.04
and SE1, of NEU and SE1, __36 S 19 33? J. W. Townsend __1100 1400 Less amount overdrawn in District No. C3 3 IS3
XW'i. 22: 8 22 235 Melrose Manufacturing ---------------------
SEX of NW1' of SEU _______n_____ 1 5 2>l 10 Mrs. Nellie M. Mor- SW, of NE'4 and lots 1 2 3 4 ______ Co _________________ 19.20 I
rell ____________ 30 100 XEI of NEU and E'_ of NW'. of Net balance in Treasurer's hands ____________________.... _,._, 3.227.71::
J'4 of lot and all lot S _____u_____ 6 5 20 120 Mrs. N. E. Rob NE1, ---------------_______________".5NWU 8 22 60 W.Kinlr ____n____ 7.15 Warrants outstanding June 30, 1916 ______________________ 5.24U.46
____________ 430 600
erts of NWX4 --____________________23SW4 8 22: 40 R. D. Clayton __ _____ 4.47
SEU of NEU and WIof NEtj of NW, _____________________23 8 2:? 40 Davis Donley ___u____00 4.47 Net deficit June 30. 1915 ___u___________________________ 2.021.75
and E'-i of NWU? except 4 A in 5 A in SE cor of N'.. of NW'i ofXWt Receipts-June 30th to December 31.1915:

NW corner also com at NW cor _____________1_______________2'> SNW'1 22 5 Walter Donley uu__ 2.09 All sources __nu_______________________________________ 2,569.80
of NWU of SEU and run S 475 of SE' -___.________________2fi 8 22 40 Unknown ____uu______ 4.47:
ft. E101.aft.S21)0ft.E265ft.N 1 9 22 80 Melrose Manufacturing Balance _____________________________________-___________.__ 64.OS
760 ft. W 1320 ft to beg and NEU Lots 5 6 __ ___ _____ __ Co ___ _.__ 7.15 Diiibunrmrnts-June 30'.h to December 31. 1915:
: of SEU except S 560 ft _______'_____1* 5 20 236 T. J. Andrews ____ 750 950 uun All purposes --____+, _--______-_______--_____________________?. 3,373.95
. JJWfc of SE' ___-_______--________2rt 5 20 41 Mrs. Emily Dowl- B. M. DOWLING. Tn Collector.
inK ___00_______ 150 250 Making deficit Dec. 31. 1915 _______-________--__--_________--__- i :. !;,9n
All that portion of' lot 4 Blk 2 An.drews Warrants outstanding Dec. 31, 1915 ______________________uu______ 5,41100
? DESCRIPTION S T R A OWNER From To
add to Lake Butler lying E .
t to the lone run N said line twin\ SE' of NW and 7 A in NE cor Treasurers balance DM 31. 1915 __________nnu________ :2. -I10
36 tt W of Wett'rn boundary of of SW, of NW4 and NE'4 of SPECIAL SCHOOL BOND: DISTRICTS

Odom St of F I'. Odm add to SWU -- ) 6 19 f>7 D. N. Harris _nn_ 33'> 4"0 Treasurers lalance June 30, 1915 _____u_____-__________________-_ ; H.S17.27
Lake Butler _______________________30 :5 20 J. B. Dowlinl ____ :50 150 NE' except 6 A in SE cor Wing Warrants outstanding ___--_____________--______________-.________.? 2,203.18
S ;; ____ __________--_____________-_ 5 20 30 J. W. Townsend __1111' 1"00SWti IAEandV by l'ANandS
and S'4 or SEI ______00 ______:::; 5 20 24' J. W. Townsend -- SnO 960 W of Rv --------------------------9 6 19 154 Jas H. Tomlinson liOO 700 Balance _______n___nn______________________________ 1)4,413.99
E'4 of NE'I and N1V14 orEI ; SEI of SE'. and WI2 of 8E', ______-") fl 19 120: CV.. S. Ware ____ Sun And Receipts-June 30th in December 31. 191S:

and N\\'I 14 and \\'I; of 8\\,1 and EL.: of NE' ________________________30 6 19 80 W. T. Reaves<< _____ 300 4iw All source _________u___________________________________________ 6,609 I'i::
' SWI4 cf SEll and E', of SEai __ G 5 :1 ISO D. C. Kinlaw & SW, of ---------------------3.: 19 40 N. D Wainwright UO 1511

Co _____________1440 19211WI. NE' and E>" of :NW, and SW'{ Making balance ________________"._________________._____.__ :::.4'.734; :
of :\\\Ij ______________:________12 5 .21 SO J. B. Rosier ____u_ 460" 31111 of NW, and S1. ;5 6 20 600 J. W. Townsend ___2/1011 2400 Disbursements-June 30'.h to December 31. 1915:
Com: at Nt'or or NE's i or NSV1iand N'.. of lots 456"and N'j of S'.. Al! purges h_____. ____ _____-- -___-___________--_________________ t9.t,?r.J:
4 run S 11. chains and 33 links of lot. 4 and :3 B Ii 2'') IrtO' T. J. Dt-kle _____n_ ,;nfl .00

to R. It right of way. thence E N'.. of SE' and SEU of SEU ______ 9 6 2') 120 1'. A. Williams ____ 4<"> Sun> Making balance, ________________________________________________ :,644.8: [
along said right or way Ii chains, NW and SE' except: W 17'.1 __ 11 6 20 I'ti:J V. E. app un__ 600 liniil Warrants outstanding ___ --__--_--____________--___________________ t 16.330. .firtTrrasurers
24 links to S boundary of said S'.. of lots 458 and all lot C and -- -

NE's o of NW'4. thence W 14 X'o of lot 1" and all S of lot 3 balance Dt'c. 31. 1915 _______000000________________ 19167.31
chains, 64 links to place of lays W (of LI'n.c Branch .-IS oj :>) 203;; J.l1. Rlm.s: __o.U 61111 1011 N..t. : See deta.lcd: Ftat.mC'nt of all districts including bond

1\ acres __ -_________________________17 5 :21 5 llrs. Florence Cobb lul 2110A'4 W'.. of NE', and NW and N' and interest and Finking fund attached for publication
of NE'4 --------------------L: :> 21 NJ J. N. Gunter ______ 30 4.IIJEI of St5'and :\\\11 of SE'4 ______11 6 20 3';t> J. T. R..BXK ______lf'-'> 12'") also.i .
or StV'4 and \\'I, of N\\14 ofSEI. X' of NE', and NE' of NW -2'JNW 6 21 I:!') Powell Smith Co __ 4VI 5dO' ASSETS AND LIABILITIES ,

: _- _________----______________ :; 21 HII X. D. Grt'pn ______ 3\: 4NEI. :;'\ of SW l IC)<* IU A in SW cor Assets .
of Eli .__ __ ________________It 6 H H T. H Waters __u_ 1511 25)NE'4 :; and SW4 of SW, .2S 6 21 :0 \. (',. Brown uu_ 2-) :S.Vti :; > Balance cash general school fund Dec. 31, 1915 ______________________ 2437.21I'ncollected t t
and SEll of N\\.lj and N 14 XW, ___________.__________ 6 22 160 R. S. Fernandez ___ 630:; 800 !
A of NW's of SE's _______________16 Ii 18 210 J. O. TIson _______ 61); ;(110NI Lots 1 :: :t 4 5 and SI_ of lots 6 and tae'Y
of SEE, of SW' and 1V'2 of lots b a Id 11 12: ________n________ 6 7 20 640 C. W. Hazen ____-2200' 252": Balance cash special tax: districts _______________________.___.. I,3"4.10
NE's or S\\lj' ____ ___ ____________-_ Ii 14 4'\ H'nryll. Jones __ 100 150 Lot 3 and E'... of N'j of lot 4 and all Uncollected taxes ________________________________________________ 17,219.70
1'E'4 and EI, or NE' of S\\'I lot 5 and S'.. o flat. 6 and all lots

and SEI i of X\\'I, _____________oo_ 1 6 iii 260 James S. Brown u 800 9.111WI ) 7 Sand N'l4 of lot 9 and X'- of Balance cash siH'cial bond district __nn_________________ _. 13,17.31
of NE1i of 1'\\1, and N1V'4 lot 111 and X 12 A of S'j of lot Uncollected taxes ____________________________________________--:1 fI5.tl: !
' of 1'\\,14 and S'2 of NW4 and 10 _. 7 7 2') 4'.': J. M. Shaw Sr ____1000 1475

NIT of SWI4 ____uu_________ 1 6 19 221) Ralph J. Glover __ 801) 900 S'*. of \Elj and SEll of XW -----10 7 20 120 F. S. Fowler ______ 3(011 411I1 l Total assets ____________________________________________ S5,5,0.0'J
SE's: of 1'EI4 and 1V'2 of NEi SE' of XE' _______________- 15NEU 7 20( 4" W. R. Warren ____ 120: 211U Liabilities
, and E'of 1'\\4 and 8WI4 of of SW4 ._________________15 7 20 40 R. P. Lewis ______ KO 2"'i Warrants outstanding current expenses ______u________________._ IT.. ''.6ft .
NW'4 and S'2 ____________________ 3 Ii 19 3M R. J. Andrews ___.1.00 20,10NW's S'1, of SWU of NEU and S'4 of Time Warrants borrowed money _________________.________ : .011l1.00 -;
and NEt+ of S\\I _____n____ 9 6 19 :200: R. J. Andrews --- 6uO 700WL SEU "f NW and NE' of SWU
of 1'EI and EI. or NW'4 and and NW of SEI lts 8 A W v of General Fund ____ __uuuu_____________________________ 8\1.:1! 111 "
NE': .. of SW)1 ____________________11 6 19 21j0 Dr. J. M. Mann __ 6110 :00SW' Bragg Branch and :2 A for Ihilanctnut Warrants outstanding current expenses _____________________________ 5.41'.00 .
of 1'\\,1, and SI; of SE'. of "ry _______________________1.; 7: 20 130 Sulu Chester Est 300 430IV Special' tax districts ,
NW'1 o and N\\'II of SW'4 ________1:1: 6 19 IIjO Mrs. M. \\. Dukes 3'\ 4"0NE's Lot 3 ________ 3 7 21 SO J. R. Price un__ 1J5eceit :; ) Warrants outstanding current issue ______________________________ H.G"j/l
or S\\'I less 3 A in 1'E cur S'. of SW, and S'.. of SE' and Special bond districts
sod XI, of SE'4 of NWI'; and :3 .;1" of NE of SE' .-.UW''of 7 21 190 T. F. Mansell ____ 5110 bud Bond outstanding larinir 6 ir cert inUreft _u___________________ U.Mlhl
' A in S\\ car of \\\'Ij of NE's :\E'In.1 NEU of S'tV'1and Special bond districts
and 2 .\ in X\\ Cur or S\\'I. of NW of SE1 ____u.uuu'T 7 21 1110) I. 1.. Ovrdtn: __n__ 4"fl 5'"i -- ;
NEti ____un__________________13 6 19 61 Jl1. Dukes ___00 20'3110 PW of .Si:1 and Frac NW n____23 7 21 171 David Jones ______ 5"0 6CIISI \ Total liabii'.i! March 31. 1116 __________________u__________w_ 12,3.f 'LJOVAIt'E -
All SE'4 of \Elj and XE', or SE'j of NE' exc.-i't' 1 lot to Harry OF SCHOOL PROPERTY
lying W or public road ____u_____n Ii 19 6') J. M. Rimes uun 10) 3'\ and 1 lot to J. T. Loveluce and 5 School houses and lots ___________________________________________ Td.SI'HiOf'chixil : J
SEll of S5V'4 and SW'4 or SEli __13 6 1:1: 60 Dank of Lake Butler .\ in SW cor of X\V' of SW., furniture ____________________________________nn____________ .80.0 .
_____________ :50 33':; ) and 8....' of NW, lw 1 .\ in School apparatus ______________.____________________________ _______ 1.S540H
WI of NE'4 and EI of :\WI. and NE cor and SW of S\\'I; ________:29 7 21 121 C. B. Roberta u___ 700 (11\) Other school pro|..-rt.v ..-- --_..--____-___ -____ __ ___________ 1.300.0
N1V'I? of S\\ _______ ___________16 6 19 2011 S.l1. Dukes ______ 11'1') 70(1NW'4 W''" of NE' of NE' and NW ofNEU J
: or 8E' and 4 --E'2 of S\\.lj andS'2 I..s 4 A in NW cor ______u 3NE' 7 :2: 56; Dr. Ida J. JI.b..r.i'H Total _h__u____-__0.un____________hUUU_____.___U U H.i' 0.00s
of SW' of SW'4 ____________1.; 6 19 IH Samud Dukes ---- 451 SAO uu_______ 130 211(1
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SW'1 of NW'4 and NWI of S\\'I. of NW and S'_ of NW'1 and
and N'2 of SW', of 5\\1. _________ l6 6 19 10'T. A. Pinkston -_- 30;; 400E'2 :NEU tor SW __ _: .______u__ i 22 ISO' Jos. W. Prexatt ____ 33":; 65" I-. .. ; +;.; ;. + .+ !. ;+ ;. ;.. ; Iff
of NE'1 _________---------------1' Ii 19 F0 I T A. I'inksh.n 00__ 211 51,11SI2 SWof S1V'C' 40 S. B. Woodard .... 1J::> JIMI' 4
or NE and SElj of NSV'1 _____1i 6 19 120 G. 'It; 'r..tst..ne ----- 36'') 450E'2 :; SE' ff SE' ___ ____nnun___ <.>
of SWI and 1V'2 of SE' anti S'.. of XW' III- 'I-I"" A 27i _I'_ 4" S. 1!. Woodard( ___ 123 200 i'I. I Full Supply of e

NE', of !;E'j ____--___ _____--______ ) 6 19: 200 T. H. Rimes ______ .00 8011NWI4 dust to Kc,,- Manningujr. 11, R. Davisto 1
"f XE' less 2'; A in XE H'\9! :.! 22:: 66 Fred Co\erstttle! __ 130; :'tat l I... J. I COFFINS AND CASKETS
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cur and E':: of 1'\\4 and E 1-3 ofWL
of NV'i --------------------2) 6 1.1 In R. W. lcL..od ____ 400 5111)1'WI4

II'\IS 1 S3 A on W side ofSW' ...M'e t hvjut. s !> of SWI anti 11 A on W
side S or S1V'4 of 4 NE's ________--_ :! Ii 1\1\ 154 M. M. Hate! _______ :51)0' 6511 EDGAR. EYES I Ij
SE'j of 1'EI.. and 8\\14 of NE4bss COMER L. PEEK j Always on Hand
W 16 A and N'2 of ______ :! 6 19: 144 B. J. Roberts _____ 40 550N' Opticiarx Tested .

or NW'4 and E'2 of 1'\\1 of SEli, and and N'2 all ofS,14 JACKSONVILLEFLA.Broken Florida Real! Estate, Land and I. INSURANCE I Ii PRICES
REASONABLE
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SE"4 of NE'4 Sand W of Lenses DuplicatedSame fll
branch: __--__--_____________________ : 6 19 2 05 Calvin llolt E.t __ 600 101111W' Day as RtcicvedWeSptciilize Timber Expert. I
and E' of 1'\\\'lj and .
of .
NE's NE's of SW4! ___._______________-4 6 19 20 Bank of Lake Butler on Hail I Orders We I' Pestt&e J. C. CONE
of 8\\,1", anti E' of S'land _____________ 600 700M4 9 140 W. rOBSVTM IT.J .. 83 years Experience at Starke. e. I | Starke, :-: Florida J i.J. a Lawtey, ;-; Florid

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SI- of NW4? __________________3\J 6 19 200 J. F Douglass ---- 650 700 head the 1eleirrap -UiO a year ;.!. .; .!. !. .;.. .;.;.-.1 I

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r.tri' EIGHT RKADFORn COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY AUGUST 4.. tote:, !
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Ar I I .I '.. .. 0 S S'4" !
at home Li Ocala 'estl'rJaand attended ,--
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_. "1.{ *,. ;1. the Lu.-iness; )!en's class in the I: v V 'I" : .Q' : G) @ "w..0'.1' (J': @ @: @ ..e. m <> .

----"*--'--- --.> I I i Methodist Sunday School. This class I I LAWTEY. '! : ,

'" has enrollment of 1"J and is doing '
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fine work.
.J County News Items I At 3 clock the writer conducted Misses Clarine and Nora Fraser, of SANITATION m

1, the funeral services of Mrs. Wilder, a Ir.terlachen, were guests at the home

former resident of Ocala, who died of 3Ir. and 31 rs. ';. Thomas; several:

l Intcreitinf facts Gathered During the 7/cek by Our I in St. Petersburg last Friday night. clays last week. '

Regular Correspondents.I K ,. We are now getting settled and will ::.1 r. :31. Levi on, of Stark', w.vs a .; Q

be able to give more time and thoughtto btsiressisitor to Lu \icy Ahnchy.31rs. .

the church work. : A. A. Smith and :Miss lioasie3ItCormick i iI

f I ... s .. I Let all remember the Church benefit i j I : were visiting; rcLuivi at .

\ i :'I .' / ( :Mrs. Victoria Pridgen and little sonG ,, supper to be given at Mrs. Richard's ,'I Kngsley lake Sunday. I
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)1l'.iHs. L. II. 1111 and A. 31. Ulanch-! :
,I !' of Jacksonville, are visiting relativesin : by the ladies of the Lake Butler I I
Christian ('hur h. These ladies haw [lard were transacting business in the 4
L NEW ItlVKR. Brooker this week. I! ::
t \I !. Little :Mary Shaw, Worthington,, been untiring in their zeal and have i metropolis Ionda}'. ,' ( .v
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. j 3Ir. Howard C. Peace was a busi-
1 <*> OG > JJv"s $> csM ':;:< the weekend guest of Mareeluimb. many responsibilities to meet and theymerit
I V. 31. Parker attended the un \ a hearty co-operation of the 1 I Hess visitor in Jacksonville 3Ionday.j I'Lei
., ion j I .Messrs. Enoch Griffis and Carl Pie- us figure and do Plum inQ-.. i
meeting at Kingsley lake last Saturday Mr. :M. P. Matheny and family andIrs. 1[ public. your Latest
and Sunday. |i vatt attended the Union meeting at
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:\ D. W. Pinholster and ,,
son, Guy
i 31 W. T. who has and most up-to-Jale methods.
r. Dryden, been 1 I the Kingsley Baptist Crurch last Saturday -
I t spending' several days with relatives I left last Thursday by auto for a few C C0 000' $ O IJ + '$ ? | .

J I and) friends here, returned to his home; (gays visit at Webster, Tampa, another [ -o !I i 31 r. Ernest Wells was a business Good Plumbing insures the best Synitary Con-
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at Theresa Saturday morning. points. RAIFORD.I '
F )!r. Jesse Thomas spent last Sat- Mrs. Miles Crews, of Lake Butler,, I'I'I visitor to Baldwin )Iondl '. : d'dions. Tining and general repairing '
I ,., .. !I Harold Thomas is this
spending
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vp'rv in Valdosta Ga. i. ;
right i visiting: her father, Mr. J. J. Morgan ( + I y $ '!> '!' ;> : tt.J.. B. Crews attended the con- week with relatives and friends at
this week. Senator and :Mrs. A. 'L. Adkins, of..
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,'cthn at Theressa Sunday morning I|i j Inteilathen. "
[ Mrs. P. :M. Barefoot and daughter"pt'nt Starke and :Mrs. Adkins' mother, :
31 r. J. R. Renfroe, who had been !: 3Iessrs.: George Roberts and A A.
i visiting different parts of West Florida last week with relatives at Lai Mrs. :M. E. Edwards, were visitors to'I' :1
Smith visited Kingsky lake Sunlit
.' stopped over for a few days with i tins.-e. Raiford Tuesday afternoon. y.
re!::'ives and friends here, returnin :Mrs. W. II. Pinholster returned last: I .\ fine little daughter was born to I I Mayor W. E. Godwin, with a force
w his home Wauchula ( of hands, is at Sapp Station this week
to ; at Saturday
Monday from Jacksonville, where she :Mr. and Mrs. G.; W. Anderson Satur- j' .
I mor rebuilding the turpentine still which I
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had been for a couple of weeks. While: d:1\'. : r
Tlr. II. .1. Sapp attended) the con- was destroyed by fire a few days ago.
I \ention at Theressa last Sunday. then she was the guest of her daughter Mr. J. A. Ul"ooks'as a business visitor '
:3Ir. Drew Reddish, of Water Oak,
:31 r. \\'. T. Turner and son, II. J. Tur- :Mrs. A, Alexander. to Jacksonville Thursday and Fri- relatives here : m
was visiting Sunday.
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Her visited the State Farm last Sun :)Ir. E. J.J Ward w;: transitir.g : I .
d..y.Dr. 3Ir. and )lr. J McCormick: of
.t t day. business in Gainesville last Wednesilav B. L. Whitten spent Sunday in : ; e
j :\11' E. R. Renfroe, of Raiford. wa! : and Thursday. Jacksonville. I' Wateroak were visiting at the home
visitor to Xew River last :Monday.I : I'of ::\11'. and 3Irs. Jesse Reddish last
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:\h's. J. H. Poppell and daughter :Messrs. L. A. Brown, Claude and :Messrs. L. Sapp, Fred Sapp and j! Saturday.The ; I! Quigley Lumber & Supply Co.

:Mi)j** P.uhIal': spent last Saturday' Ben Cro.s'iy, Harley and Fred Hazencomposed Cht'i-ley Smith drove to ,Jacksonville members and friends of the :

in Lake Butler. an automobile party who Thursday in Mr. SappV car, returningd I .
Lawtey Baptist School "
Sunday
left on th? first for Jacksonville an 1 Friday.Mt's.sr.s.. enjoyed "The Happy Home Buildli!"
I picnic at Kings-ley lake last
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( !' t. 1> i1> '!> 9 Pablo Beach. Felix Sapp and Chesleys
1 Thursday.
t .i :3Irs. O. L. Thomas is spending this
I PALESTINE. 1.l' 'he 1 I T4)T @I6
guest of her son, :Mr. J. M.Shaw, Saturdaj.I ,
week in Nassau the home
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county
l CI 4 end family I Rv.. W. I.. Overstrcct and daughter ,
I of her parents 3Ir. and 3Irs. A. R.
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; !' : *. X. H. Hurst and son, Donald, the the Johnson.J | .
: Union Meeting at Worthington, where :Mr. Overstreet is

made! a business. trip to Lake P.utlerSturday. i l last Antioch Sunday.Missionary Baptist Churchi in helping the Baptist with church a protected meeting i |business Marshal in L.Starke L. Sapp' Monday was transactin I|,: @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@


,\.. :Mrs. Ollie Hodires spent the week 1 Mr. Howard Denham, of Gainesville \Irs. J. H. Moore and little son, i;

end with her parents, :Mr. and Mrs C C OC' OO J40 1> 0 0 5 was visiting in Raiford Monday. David, were. visitors to Jacksonville '': JOB PRINTING I
Tuesday.Mr. J!
Joseph Crews. \ i> :Miss Sallie Walker, who has been ;

.Mrs.; Luana Gainey spent a few ;, LAKE KUTLER. <> visiting her sister, :Mrs..1. A. Brooks :: H. W. Burney left for Perry !;,

j days last week with her parents, :Mr. of this place, for several days left on last week to take charge of a barber @ @

and Mrs.: H. A. Brannen. j Tuesday for her home in Jacksonville. shop. I i
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:Misses Effie and Cassie Hurst, :\Ir.I :3I6ssrs. C. F. Rivers and E. C. Mr. Claude Adkins, of Gainesville, Misses Lois and Bessie Terry visited :,I@ d Q.
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I Lewis Alford and family attended the ,: Harper[ attended the Christian Church was a business visitor here Monday. I I relatives and friends in Ft. White I'* '
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I sirging convention at Sapp Saturday ( Convention at Theresa last Sunda:>' A fine boy was born to :Mr. and last week @ :

I and Sunday. ,j i and report that the meeting was a Mrs. C. B. Cason Sunday. : Ilogan, who has recently erected j '

,' :Mr. W. 0. Hodges, of Comer, who great sucess. These County Conventions :Mr. B. B. Wheeler returned Tuesday an up-todate mill a few miles out | @ Neatly an Artistically J : ,

1 has been spending a few days: with are beneficial spiritually to thei after a few days absence on a business of Lawtey on the :3Iiddleburg: road, i @

t home folks, returned Tuesday. i i i iMiss I people. trip to Lake Butler and other was a visitor in Lawtey Saturday. { Done..GivrUs. a Iriall@oi!

: Bessie Brannen attended the :, Hon. Sidney J. Catts, our nominee points. :3Ir. and 3Irs. G. W. Stokes returned : @ A

t services at Roberts school house Saturday :' for Governor, made an eloquent talk Mrs J, A. Brooks and little son, S. home Tuesday from Wymauma, aftera @;;

night. j II' i in the park Tuesday afternoon that t B., left Tuesday for Jacksonville, two months visit. !! : :
I. Pa'lestine is highly interesting. :Miss: Bertha Lawrence returned '! i ; .
I'I'I. school progressing nice- :j was where they will visitIrs.: Brooks'

I.--- ly under the management of :Miss MaiMcKinney. 1 :31 rs. }Iva Sprinkles, of Jacksonville! Ial'pnts11': and Mrs. W. 11. Walker. home Monday from Jacksonville, ': @ @);

.( I, was visiting at the home of her per- Corporal Hoke Smith returned Tuesday where she has been attending a normal '

Miss Ina Brannen attended churc h cots, :Mr. and :31rs. W. C. Townsend, from a business trip to points on- for the past six weeks. @ 1JJrn for 1 j 3Ir. 0.
Romback .
J at Roberts Sunday. II | this week. the East Coast. I was transacting

I I Little Joseph Hurst had the mis- :Mrs, Tommie Townsend and laughter ]H. O. Varnes, of Lake Butler, was business in Jacksonville Tuesday. @ @ !t
I fortune of have returned from Lake Weir l'oHla5t'r: R. II. Jackson I
moccasin ,
1 + Brake Friday goettingI.it but is rapidly by a improving. :where they have been spending some a business:Mr. II. II.visitor Tippins.here of Monday.the Foss Gin transacting business in Starke ,:31on-was 1 @@@@@@@@@@@ @@@@

! I day. i i3Ir. I Im
I The sirgingdas:: at Cypress Grove'is :time with her sister.Mr. Co., was a business -visitor here last
progressing nicely under the management 1' : W. G. Ball had as his guests'this Tuesday. 1 and :3Irs. Edward Stokes, of : I Ir

b of Mr. J. R. Stafford. Every' week :\11' Sydney Rivers and I' Miss Beatrice Boney, who has been Wymauma, are guests of relatives +

body invited to attend. daulhterliJtlred: from Ft. :Meade visiting relatives and friends in Rai- I here this week. i i II I
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:Mrs. J. F. Brannen: spent Saturdayand :Mrs. Fiink, of Alachua, was a vis fold for some time, returned to her 31'-. Limbaugh, of Starke, was transacting -- TV"r .
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: Sunday with her mother, Mrs. J. itor in our city Saturday. home in Ocala :Monday. i :: business in LawteyIonday.: 'I. : TAR "ll E';.. r: I a r t t ,

I Brannen, who has been ill for the last' :\11' and :Mrs Purvis of St. Peters :Mr. G. Malphurs: of Savannah, j Parent. patrons and school children ,-;;'. .. !J) ,- ..... 3\. :. t. .. : b
few days. I I burg, were visiting relatives and' remember that the Lawtey school / :.'. J1I
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I I1 Ga.; was transacting business here : I ." .r. "'If" ,$
friends! here this week. brgins next 3Iorday, AUg'ust'. > .or 4 .. F f
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l s. t !' ; i vGCG irJ JO G' 31 r. II. X. Stanton our hustling ice S. Walker of .Jacksonville 1. The services in both the :Methodist : it1 :- .J J.' ) i't Etj mtl.On 1 1I

<$. pl-i"t was in Jacksonville ]lastSaturday. t ,, :and 31. E. South churches well =I w rIlJ ;
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were
; \i.-ti! i p his sifter, Mrs.I J. .\. Brooks, ; \ ) } :.. di r ;. I': ;.j :ll n"
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ELAKUEE. w : 'tp)1lhll.lt Sunday morning, and :n S|I \ -\'l )
i'i !Raiford, Friday an.1atuna '. I ? \' :
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E :Mr. andItf': W. A. Wood, of :Miami i I the evening both pc z f. .. '. 'tAt'
Mr. '. congregations- *If .N t3\j { t'ijr'1.-! :p.-J'! '''''' '\? om3rld r
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Denham
.. I of Gainesville ... .
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i i i ; i 5' (J 4' '!> 'J> <) '!> $> > W3Ir. :lint several days with 31 Irs. Wood's waM hU"' lw.'S visitor herr :Monday; t tended the Methodist church. PastorI ":: I... ::,: :"ni'/1 I : '' I.', .".., ,,-c.l"\'fS_JS c.. re!'

J. D. Green and Miss }Ivy Groves,, ;raio'itMr., and :.Mrs. 11.! S. Adkins.Mrs. 111'\\ Tiie-dc'y.! i j I ]L-iWierce i livered an able\ discourse r) ...', ." '''''c'y I, ., ". ,. r '. k 1.4 r.erLsnd
i .r -"; ;t/ .. ,.., WZreJ
of r. ifol'tl, were visiting relatives and : I Roy! Roliortof: (;rahnll.'i"i- Little Miss Ellis\ Walker, rf Jack-1''j from the text, 'Thy will be dope on 1 I I "."-.:1 t. ', ., 1 v'!lc'",

friend i here Saturday and Sunday.Rev. ted at the home of 3Ir.: John Crews sont'ille. left Tuesday for hpr homo i earth as it is in He-iven." The church I I \, 1'. ',. :: [" tt '!" ga, Teet"lo
J. "31. Futch made a business la.-t Sundi.v. ''was fillod. \ tJ':. ............ _. "'" j'; ,;..r-
after K f"w" e1l'i: >-it with I.er nrr.t, ..
trip to Raiford Saturda}. :3sChailee" Floyd and FredDowling 1 :llrs..T. A. Brooks.Rov. -r* .

Miss Cora I Davis- spent Friday ar ttt"rtay 1 ; e+joyed bathing in Worthington I:. /O. (Vllon Gin; For La\\h' '
Wright: :m.1Ir.: 0. L.j ) | ::: :: ":' --: -.
in Luwtey. = "' -
: Springs last "
t Prof. J. :31. Gioovcr made bu.siness' ; Sunday. Thomas, of Lawtey were business Another long felt! need for l.::\'. tpyI' -
i a Misses: ; :Mattie and! Xina :3Iooring it'ir, here! Friday..Mr. "i-I about to be realized. And that isan I 1f
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trip to Raifoid Saturday.!
arc spending the week at Lake Gent -
J. E. Byrd drove to Jacksonville : up-to-date cotton gin. B. Z. MATTHWSArtesian
Mr. and :Mrs. J. D. Green; spoilt. )las t ::\ on a tih, lgtrip. last Every newcomer j ,
I Thursday in his Saxon, returning to Lawtey for the few
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week in I past
If 31acclenny )'I'turl1lngJtur: :Miss; :Mollie Thomas returned Toes
Friday. dears v.u'd' inquire! : "Can't raise ,
uay. you
I! from Green Cove Veil Dri'r
where
$. I ay Springs; Mrs. J. E. Dowling i is visiting rrlatius cotton rn the land in this vicinity ?" i iTh" .'
Quite a number from here attendedthe she has lpl'n'i"iting her parents.3Ir. '
in Juksonville- U.i"pek.. "
answer would bo "certair The
*inging convention at Srpn Sun- : Henry Fowler is the proud I Iy.
Mrs. Dr. Homey, of Ocala who hast I have had twenty-four : in
; day.! All report a nice time. frlher of IuncingI.al.. ., born, l:1 next t.w-tlon: would be, "v l.y not ? i iWhiih years .rrience
::\In. a ) 1 h">n visiting )I.cr ciaujrht, :M.-s.! Cit-m would bring the answer: "Xo |
; Sapp, of Jacksonville i-: I
I spending Friday.Miss:
e I a few days with her daughter, Mrs PrvN; in Raifni-il for sons timo...... vn.I cotton gin here, and the distance is Well drilling in Florida
I ; i Georgia Epperson has returned I turned to h"r home ; : ,
J. :31. Futch. Monday.Mrs. I too far for a profit lIener'ry !its
firm vi.-iti"g friends in Starke.
} J Mrs : W. S. Graham and daughter tie! cotton has been, raised., I guarantee to satisfactorily complete all
Lurrimoie turned to Mac- 'ok: R. :31. Padgett and family will!:1 IIi"s: Annaiwian I
.1 clenny last week after a'hort' and :.Mrs. .1. R. Messrs. P.. B. Jackson and W. F.
spending leave this week for their old home i inSouth
>c. Xauright, spent Wednesday In JackI Godwin; realizing the future ,CONTRACTJ:: _
{- visit here with her pro -
;, daughter.Miss lerity '
( ;Ie olir.a where they will spendsome :I onilic.3Ia .
_ : :Maud Futch returned latwul. of Luwtey and vicinity, are about I
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time with relatives} and friends.
;. from a pleasant to'3IaccIenny. : -ter Colonel 01111. who had: th,' to embark in the enterprise Tie 1 Raiford, :-: Florida
c./ trip
rt Much: good is being derived from I
t misfortune to break his arm threeweeks machinery is here, also the b
f" P.ev.: J.: :31. Futth: left for Graham; the; revival Ch-ircK meeting The meetings held; at are the 1 Baptist 'ein.g ago, is improving rapidly and and work on the erection of thp'Ililrf.- ': : r...
' :' will soon he able to use his in. m ing will '
. : atu'day, where he will conduct a arm air. commence in the near ;utlre.
carried let L. A. Hawkas
on by
e series of meetings. ,: Miss Dora Johnson, who is teachingin Whip' there i is no ta large acreage .
,
. > :-tcd I by Dr. Holt.! -
, :3Ir. and 3Irs. Vascoe (Cranfonl a All who wish to subscribe or renew Cu-the db.t)Heilbronn.[at! home.Springs; !school spent of cotton planted here this !season a ++4-H-+-H-++-H-H-+-H-+++++++++ +++++-H7-+++++++4 1111111 rf.

newly married couple from La\vety, large crop is anticipated next ::ea".
their :
, the | :
;;- subscription to Bradford I
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:-Mr.\ E. L'- :
visiting relatives nnun of Wodhn.gton.;
were and friends
County Telegraph will!! plea e call onr. ;I I I
here :; and : '. 'I PI't :\1nd:1in Raiford i his LOW COST
Saturday: -unda\ :. C. Hai p!'r, at R. E. Dees' groceryftore. visiting OF) L1VIXG I: Special Notice to: Public
. I 3 31 rs. J. 31. Futch was'u business Irothpr.Ir.. I). Lennon, and family. -

., .. ;;J J visitor in Raiford Tuesday.: )1 h-. H. F. Prifster. wife and children I :\1 r. Lacy flitch returned to his home Young Trading Co. Reduces Family :

: Amongtho>e that attended the ]k-ft in Raiford Saturday: after Expenses .
several
Wednc-sd.iy for points in Georgia; a at
i' Owing unavoidable
i sing r.t the home of 31 r. and 31 rs. Gid; where they will spend several weeks. months tours through the Xorthern to delays, coming up )

'lr"" Crawford Saturday night, were :Misses M v. Earn't l R Xere and daugh- and Western states.II. Arc you lying awake of nights the last moment I have decided to continue;;;
: thinking about how to reduce ,
Maud Fut : and Groves ;; :t
Ivy
Prof.
expenMS
t"rs.- Emily and Earnestine, of Tar :. 7.. :3Iatthews returned to Raiford
t.: J. :31. Groen('I'. :Master LonniiFutch : ? Does this high cost of )living business at the C. S. depot
." v' ;fprn! : s. were the visitors of :3Irs. Friday afternoon from a throo-days* 1 t: Durling \ tore near
ci.u rmi .:0,\t'. X. :; turn your hair err ? Go; to Young :

t. .i :31r. and 3Irs. R. C. Green were visiting Jr I". Chas.Stanton 3Ianire this neck Sj ent Surday i inStrnke. :I business('ount .. trip to the south side of the Trading Company's near the depot, :f for the time being, with Mr.: L. D. Register ,;

i relatives and friends in learn their prices of as good goods ,
Lawtey .
ll Lift week It scorned as a pleasant awakening as were brought to Starke, and you 'f as manager and in full char'e. Staple groceries -:;;

.; Miss 3Iamic Groves; spent lat week Monday'hi' to "Fee the pleasant faces: of will!! buy thorn and go away with a : will be filled in and lift will be able {oj
!5n Lawtey.31rs. ( hri ;!tian Church ( "kiddie; on the streets after an light heart. How can they sell so : i if

I ,. : J. E. Futch was visiting; horeTaturuay The Lake Butler Sunday School t quarantine.\1' -t-nce of two wicks, caused by the cheap? Because they know how 1hay supply your every day wants in Groceries or;

. and Sur.ua;:. b.'(' their first meeting last Sunday i in \ and never buy less than carload :f

the new d !.!Il'h. It is now expected j; The Raiford Tribune gave a treat lots. How can their goods always be ... Dry Goods. Thanking you..for past patronv!

.1 .. that all belonging the to the children of the town :Monday fresh Because they are sold almost : m
'" ) \!" .. .'' .' .' .- .' '.- to school will t and soliciting of needs =
.. age a portion
J Q. FCO-:! I e i 1 their places and that th afternoon. Over a hundred were serve as soon as received and haven't got your t

f. .) BROOKEIt. .; chiul will be, doing Letter work thanWI' I !Ti T.V-ith';It.ure office.ice cream and cake at the time to get old. :'. his behalf, I am yours respectfully :
After the
before.
( refreshments
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f, ;. ,? The goods they wish to draw the
. (r i .. ,! ?, ;> A > ,$> ';. ,;.. ,; ,. The writer of these notes remained j two picked teams of boys played a public's attention to just now are as

. .. i!; Misses Eunice nineinningame of ball that brought follows: Good Irish potatoes, 40
h ": and Jocie Turner, of Whenever You Need a General Toni. out nearly the entire town, who encouraged cents peck good buckets S. Brown
; Jacksonville, are the attractive a ; 15 cents Jay
guests i Take Grove's both sides with J I
enthu-
g equal each; bacon, coffee flour, rice grits
/r of their cousins, :Misses Olga and Thel- The Old 'Standard Grove's Tasteless Sia5mBoth old and mucha j
young tobacco white Tennessee
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coap shorts
rra Ward. chill Tonic is t
I equally valuable as !!,ioyed the afternoon, that proved to I
,I :Mrs. J.1.. Shaw and little daughter General Tonic because it contains the be npn Hur sweet feed, corn, oats, hay
a notable holiday for Raiford. tlllllllllllllllll t.. ++++++ t
t t II
well known Wale When need fertilizers this :
you
;.,: : :Myrtice, returned home last week propertissef QUININ E store 1.
after and IRO1: acts en tbv- Liver, Drivesout is headquarters.
spending a couple of weeks withrelatives -
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t-e P'ovl Read the
E at Inverness and Dade City. IS.U4..l.j V:> I--- Lj>. .;.;.t.:.:.: :;: ._=an..J.0. 'j graph-the home Bradford paper.County Tele- will Drop pay in you.and learn their prices. It Read The Teiegraph$1.50pery(, :.


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