Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 11, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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IMPORTANT The J. B.Work McCrary-Difficult company's men, TO UNCLE SAM; COST $25,000,000 Hollow Log I MET IN REGULAR 1

W. W. Baisden who lives 1
just west I
are constructing sewer sys- I
SESSIONMONDAY tem for Starke had of Starke, is a successful hog raiser.
task until, they a struck comparativelyeasy Jackson WASHINGTON, Aug. 4-Acting tiations between the United States and I; He knows, to a pound what it takes to | SESSION

I Secretary Polk today announced that Denmark for many years.It keep a hog growing, and to fatten it, l I I
and which Thompson streets the soil of the treaty by which the United Statesis is hnderstood that the administration -I but he has only recently learned how I

TOTAL ASSESSMENT proved to be nothing but quicksand to purchase the Danish West Indies will wk for ratification by the long a pig can live on nothing. The I -- ,

without any cohesiveness. The from Denmark for $2 ,OOOOOO, was Senate before the end of the present acquisition of this information came I!j SUSPENSION OPFLAGGING <
FOR 1916 IS $3,122,105 trenches there were not very deep and signed at New York this
morning by session and while there may be some about as follows: I I
i the walls might have stood up had the Secretary Lansing and Minister Con- to the ORDINANCE FOR 60 DAYS .
soil objection price, no really serious On July 22d: he marked a litter of i
Exclusive of Special Levies County I it unmanageable been dry, but and heavy the slow rains made stantin Brun. :i j opposition is expected. pigs two months old. They were mixture j. .
processof The treaty provides for tJ1e transferto Secretry Lansing, who has been of Berkshire apd stock
is 17'i\ Mills, and common Mayor :Issue
Levy sheeting had to be employed. Instructed In Proclamation

the United States of three islands, spending his vacation at Watertown, and were kept in a pasture near Mr. I j I

State Levy 6't\ Mills pared Yet that with was Water a child's street.work A com-good St. Thomas, St. Croix and St. John, \. Y., went to New York to meet Dai den's home. That same evening !i for City section: to be
which have been the subject of nego- Minister Brun. he found two of the pigs missing. The i
deal of the trench there is 12 Vs feet
next and several times afterward Held September 12thI
The board of county commissionersmet deep, and all the ground water in the -- -
he looked all over the and I :
at the court house Monday, August town seemed to have run into the deep pasture
7th, with all members present.The quicksand that overlies the clay there, KNOH GAINED FIVE VOTES BY around the farm for the pigs, hut I: The Council--
session was a very busy and important and the quicksand and part of the clay they could not be found. Thursday of i 1 City met in regular! session -
last week, twelve days after the pigs on August 1st with all members
and it has not pos-
one had to be retained by stout sheeting
sible for the clerk to get up the full to keep it from caving, while two RECOUNT IN had been lost, a couple of turpentine present.
COUNTY Minutes of the
below negroes came into the pasture to chip I Ii<- meeting were
minutes, but we give a summary power pumps and a couple of hand read and approved.Mr. .
pines, and Mr. Baisden asked themto '
of the more important transac- pumps had to be used getting rid of
Parsons DhiAon
look for the bodies of the pigs as Superintendent
full minutes will
tions. The appearin the water which trickled down -
everywhere they went along, in the belief that of the Seaboard .r Line railway,
our next.Petition and came down in jets in Result of Recount Shows That
many Inspectors Did Their Work i they had died. Presently one of the was present and asked: for a suspension -
Hazen for assist- The darkies who stood
of II. C. places. husky
Remarkably Well I negroes said that he scented "some- of Ordinance N't. 8.1: requiring
refused. ankle deep in the slush in the bottom
ance the of
flagging Call street'
thing dead, and the place where the crossing.
of D. N. lu'rris, of Dukes, for had no enviable job. Onlookers who Upon motion
Bill scent came from proved to be a fallen by Mr. Andrews, sec-
Lumber for nu llic road, $GO, laid over never before could see the use of the In a recount of the vote for governor Palestine-Catts gained 1 first cypress tree, having a hollow stem onded by Mr. Will, it was ordered

and referred to Commissioner Crews long handles of the shovels, found cast at the June primary in choice; Knott gained 1 first choice. about ten feet long and a fork. Near that enforcement tfhe Ordinancebe

for investigation.An that: in this instance they were too seven out of eleven precincts in By the recount Knott made a gainof the fork was a crack, and what looked suspended for sixty! days from Aug.

appropriation of $5, for August., short, and platforms had to be placed Bradford county, W. V. Knott madea
was made in favor of Hardy Sweat," halfway down the ditch on which net gain of five votes. leaving him a net gain of 1"ote in side. A section of the tree was carefully Murrhee and HTS. Brooks were

injured. the men at the bottom deposited the Starke, Lawtey, Hampton, Graham, the county. This leaves Knott a net cut out, and there was one of allowed widows' exertption on 1915
Application of A. S. Crews, Esq., dirt they dug out, for men on the New River, Lake Butler and Palestineare gain of 5 votes in the county. the pigs. Ire was blind from the taxes. .

for county attorneyship for the remainder platforms to further throw out on the the precincts that were recounted.The The recount of the vote was made darkness and very weak, but a little The Clerk was instructed to draw
of the side of the ditch. The pipe, in two- recount was made Wednesday under order of the scrip
of the incumbency an courts and the nursing soon brought him around and on general fasid in favor of
board, was accepted at $50 per year. joint lengths, strongly cemented together ternoon and Thursday morning and inspectors proceeded to their work the blindness vanished. Bradford County Bank for $91.06.

Bond of 0. L. Ncsh fo.- deputy sher- had to be lowered by block was conducted by the same inspectorswho without Mnterference or suggestionsfrom The dead tree was again attacked, This amount being an !>rror in assess-

iff approved.Fire and tackle. Where cement joints held the election in these pre- anyone. The errors that were and in one of the limbs forming the ment for 1915. '

arms bond of J. H. Bennett proved impracticable on account of the cincts. found were all purely clerical and fork, and which was hollow, the putrid The treasurer was' instructed to

not accepted. rapid ingress of.the water, an asphalt Following is the result of the recount were just such as might be expectedto carcass of the other pig was found. transfer from the several funds to

Petition by J. C Crews and others composition, which set immediately, in detail: be found in the same amount of He had crawled in as far as he could, the general fund the right propotionto

asked for a new public road from the was used. Starke-Catts gained 2 first choice work done by anyone who had not and being unable to turn around, had take care of the above $91.06.
Swift creek bridge to the Columbia I Engineers Freeman and Goodwinand votes; Hudson gained 1 first choice checked his work over. In fact the perished from lack of air. The crack Assessment of the Bank of Starke

county line, to parallel the G. S. & F. foremen Dodge and Burnsed have Lawtey-No change. recount amounted to nothing but a mentioned had supplied air to the was reduced from to $18-
railway, also a bridge across Olustee had a very trying time to do things Hampton-Wood lost 1 second checking of the work done hurriedly other pig and kept him alive. 980.88.

i,' Creek, and that th- present public road right under, adverse circumstancesand choice. by the inspectors on the night of the Mr. Baisden and his family vouch The Mayor was ir.M n cted to issue

>> from Swift creek bridge to southeast Engineer Gray, inspector for the Graham-No change. election. for the truth of this statement. Piggyis his proclamation for the city electionto

Y t r corner of 0. F. Ritch's fence be dis- town, has been faithfully on the job. New River-Catts lost 1 second The result of the recount shows a great eater, but if he can get be held September 12th. Inspectorswere

('ontinl1"d. Petition granted, on con- I choice; Knott gained 3 first choice; that Bradford county election inspec- nothing to eat he can get along just appointed as (fvtiows: T. N.
: dition that the new road be put in CIRCULATING LIBRARY FOR I Farris gained 1 first choice. tors did their work remarkably well. the same. This may be a hint to other Kendrick, J. L. Peek and F. P. Shaffer.

good condition without expense to the STARKE _u_,_-_-__- -- farmers who lose pigs, as hollow cyp- Councilman Wills presented a cer-
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county. I- ress logs are abundant in hog pas- tain Ordinance and after it being read
Petition by W. H. Shallar and othxrs Our town is due a vote of thanks to GOOD; PRICE FOR COTTON I :BOY SCOUTS' HIKE tures. by the Clerk, moved that! the rules be

t c asked that the board join Colum- Dr. E. T. Campbell who has supplieda suspended and the unftinmous consentof

da county in the construction of aridge long felt want of many of our peopleby George W. Alderman, the well Last Saturday evening Scout Master OPERATING AT PEARL RIVER all members present-le obtained to *

r across Olustee creek, on the opening a circulating library, same known and popular cashier of the I T. H. Halligan took the Soy consider the Ordinance: IS read with-

posed Dixie highway, between being in the waiting room of his office Farmers and Dealers Bank at Lake !Scouts on a hike out to Sampson Lake. Cypress Company Mill May Keep out referring same to the Committeeon

t !"fro\dence and Ellisville. After con- which is upstairs over the hardware Butler, was transacting business in The boys carried a seine and caught: Busy for Fifteen Years Rules, Laws and Ordinances; the
.Jering the petition Oommissoners store, reached by the stairway just Starke Tuesday. In conversation ;an abundance of fishwhich was cooked said motion being seconded by Councilman -

kv; l; 'illiams, Pinholster and Crews were back of the office of the Bradford I with a representative of the Telegraph < in camp style. During the night Bryan, Chairman stated the

i };',;'.. ponted to confer with the Columbia' County Abstract Company.This Mr. Alderman told of a sale of cotton 1 there was a heavy rain accompanied PEARL RIVER, La., July 29.-The motion and called for aw and nay vote
s j;t immissioners in the matter. library consists of seventy-four made !by him a few days ago that 1 by thunder and lightning, which !save mill of Crandall & Brown Cypress Co., and the motio.i prevailed I, each of said

r y Commissioners Crews and fowling volumes, but will be added to in the !speaks well for the coming season. 1 the boys a taste of some of the dIscomforts Inc., began operation here last week Councilmen voted aye in favor of the

:\1'. pointed to investigate the propriety future. The rules governing the use Mr. Alderman had a bale of No. 4 < of real camp life. They returned The plant consists: of a saw, lath and said motion. Thereupon! Councilman

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a pairing the public roads, and to re- cents is paid for each book, which can i over from last season. It was sold a i and some of the party were soldiers forty thousand feet of lumber per day. be adopted, the said r.n'tion being seconded -

,\\t,,'Jlprt at next :meeting. I le kept two weeks; if persons desireto I I few days ago and brought 29': i: centsa i enough to attend church services. The timber at present controlled will by Councilman White, and then

x *lf:stTax Assessor N. D. Wainright filed keep books longer than two weeksan pound. The boys accompanying Mr. Halli give life to the plant of approximatelyfifteen and there put to a veto of the "ayes"

:. j"th the board the total assessment additional charge of ten cents will Everything indicates: that the sea gan were Harold Wall, Hrayton Col- years. and "nays." the roll I".ffcalled, the

r:: Bradford; county for IfHli, a* fol- be mad for each week. island! cotton growers will have a ley, Ray Colley, Carr Colley, Francis James L. Crandall and Frederick L. said Ordinance was unanimously adopted -

',. s: : )1:111of the hooks in this libraryare prosperous season The price of Halligan. Everett Waillp"ictor Kuhl, Brown, of Chicago, president and by a vote of all mtmhers i of the

i '1Value of real tatehuu$1,4iII.5jJ'i! ; noted classics, and all are interesting first grade cotton is now 30Is i centsin Clareni"IlegUter.. Cyrus Hoover, treasurer of the company, left for Chi Council present, each r;i-said! members!

iit Value of personal, property .r,0S,4f; :, and instructive for both old the markets and the seed are up fus' Tatum, Tolfair Long, J. E. nU-1 cago July 20 after spending several voted "aye" and there being no votes
Valu3 of railroads and telegraphs and young ,1 l low $10 per ton. If these prices holdup Hollis Knight, Wilbur Scott and Horace days here overlooking the plant. Oth- "nay," which said vote is recorded as

J ; .|{ 82'5,0i.>r Below we give a list of the books I dm ing the season the cotton crop Wilson.IN c-r members of the firm are George II. follows:
1 now ready for the public use: j will bring half a million dollars in Stockstill of Picayune, Miss., and T. \yes"-J. W. Andrews, .Jr., S. A.

tf Total ._ .",,122.10:5: The Winning of Barbara Worth, :I I Bradford county. HONOR( ( OF J. K. MAIXES. JR. E. Murrhee, of Pearl Ri"tC'r.11'. Bryan E. R. Matthews. L W. White,
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+I'5 e assessment for 19K' was fixedfollows That Printer of Udell's The Calling of Murrhre is resident manager and has J. ('. Wills.

t : I>.;n Matthews The Sky Pilot, The I Last Tuesday! afternoon, HollisKnk'ht active charge of the plant. "Xavs"Xone.The'1'aid .
r leneral funt.! ._ :S1 mill Man From Glentrary; The Doctor, I gave a very enjoyable party, The above is from the New Orleans Ordinance i is* in the following
I,. iad and bridge------: :l-% mills Black Rock, Down to the Sea, Masters i I. at the home of hN parents, Mr. and Picayune. Mr. Murrhee is a :Starke;; words and figures; .> wit:
The Wrw"f! the Titan, The I Deaf Mni Struck by Tailing Tree boy, son of the late J. M. Murrhee, Ordinance N'.. 8G
of )lel ,
me and forfeiture __ 1' mills Mrs. I>. E.: Knight, for his friend and
I: itstanding indebtedness :2 mills Clansman, Where Ai.jels Fear to While Clearing Land house irup-4, :. E. Maines, .Jr.. of I and his many friends here will be glad Ordinance providiiijr for the construction -

lounty school fund __ 7 mills Tread, The Traitor, Thy: Men of Moss Lake Butler. I to learn of his promotion. of certain Street improvements -

Hags, The Sticket Minister, The Honorable j Han ibers.on! a negro about CO I II Assisting Mrs. Knight and Ilolli! in in the Town of three, Florida,

Total county levy 17':! mills Peter Sterling, The Christain, I! years t'.ii: came to his death Tue.-day looking j.fter the plea sure of their I 1 I PREACHER TAMED SNAKES ard the assessment olj; a portion of

Ipecial levies: are: The Deemster, The (;rent K. & A. from i c.-, crushed under a falling \ guests were Mrs. .1. P. Tomlinson the total cost thereof against!' the

11 1 bonded di.-tricts __ 8 mills Train Robbery, Lucile, John Halifax, [ tree Mi--ses Florence Canovr and Leslie, Rattler and Moccasin Had No Terrors; property abutting and' fronting the

f., II other school districts_ :3 mills Gentleman My Friend I'ro"p"l'o, Alice i Roberson, with two or three other I Jackson of Ocala. The young folks for Minister of Gospel; said improvement. L-;

t i'; Ft Starke Drainage District of Old Vincennrs. Dred The Little [ l laborers, was at work clearing land were entertained by genres of pit'anI | Collections were 1'"'1 t'd for July

z r per acre __ u_ SO cent Minister, The Days of Auld Lang for Postmaster J.V.. Alvarez. He rook, which was! followed by several I;e\'. J. J. Culpepper, of the Pen- p" .follows:

x- State levy will be (1i1* mills, ac Ylw. Sonny" The Little Shepherd ofKingdom had several stumps afire and went musical selections. Miss Florence tacostal church Valdosta, ,1., proved Interest inter,- t from from RnilfnM Rank nr(,St.t.-n. lI.nknnS_ Si.FS::r.50

ling to which the total state and< Come, Ra\'ena-The Outcast i! from one to another "mending"> the Canova delighted all by rendering to the satisfaction of certain "un- Kini-s _huuh, _..h_ .... __nn_u_ 63,01'\
" ity levy will amount to :24 mills Redeemed. Intra Muros, The Physi fire. While he was in the act of adding most charmingly the 1'610.ome:;; lelievers" that the Scripture which Taxes _..__ hUU.uu<_. _-h_ "IIIII

1 the dollar. cian'sVife, The Rubaiyat of Doc. i I fuel to a certain stump, the I where a Voice i is Calling." A piano says, "Ye shall take up serpents, and I T' tal Collections __u__.X______ -3.f'-:2iS5Thn
I Sifeits:; Hugh Wynn-The Quaker, I stump of a standirg pine was burning and violin sextet was excellently rendered -i if ye drink poison it shall not harm Treasurer's report was ordered
ION MEETING OF CENTRAIjt The Light That Failed, Mildred, The about 30; feet away and the last roots by the following young mu!'i-1 I thee," is true. i iI I filed as follows: ,-

ASSOCIATION :Snow;; Image, The Pride of Jennico, I' that held the tree were burned through; cians: Piano. Ck-o Mitchell, Florence I I During a recent service, when the Taro l .t, to amount fanrral on tat-il.Vuni __ 51.11

-This P.ock Haven, The :Mysterious Island ; Roberson!. was deaf or he would have Cal'oHaz1: ; Brown; violin, PittTomlinson t minister was preaching from this text, July ,11, rifi-iwd fin.s__ ? __'_.h_u f3.fli;
body met at Antioch Church, The Celebrity, Initials Only, I July 51. recdi.-il tax-s. -.., ______
Valda :jheaid the popping of the roots and Hollis Knight and Marie scoffers! brought in a moccasin. The il..1H
"lay 28:!
July : at 10:40 a. m., withrayer
service being Ten Years of a Life Time, Mr. Isaacs, taken warning; as it was the tree Lh"ingston.10; a much enjoyed 1 Rev.: Culpepper handled the snake, butit Total nUh__.1 nn__ 'i .___._ Mlt.SI
seer Harris. Then' followed conducted by Free Joe. Only the Governess, Lorna i I fell across his Inuk, one of the larg" violin duct by J. E. Maines. Jr., and made no attempt to strike rim. : July :!:!. Hy amt pail out__.:, .-__-__ _M8.3I.

on by Rev. C.V.. S. Ware, on a serM tre- Doon, A Cardinal of Sin, The Gentle- ,! limbs of the tree striking him, killing I Mi,,s Marie Livingston, piano accompanist Later they caught a hugh rattler and July :SI. To amt nn tend __: .___.n -j.-
f" :Qucinxion man From Indiana The Last Days of him instantly. The deceased was one :Miss Hazel Brown. teased it until the reptile was thoroughly Road and Itri.tgf' I'und11N
of Christ. I 1 Tn __ __ ____
q:!;*\Dismission at 1:30::! for dinner. Cal- Pompeii, The Jungle, Sixes and Sev- ''of the old-time, hard working and inoffensive The invited guests were'Misses Hazel I angered. This they offered toi July ::i. Ri-f amt,.iv(on. t 4 to order ens, A Girl of Virginia Jane Eyre, I colored men and leaves a Brown. Florence Canova, Marie I i iLivinfrton the minister and the snake sank its
at 1:5:> p. m. by the moderator Total .. -, 1.11/M
J. H. Cason. After attending Tw<'l'olum,5 of Dickens, Eight volumes family. (10Iitchell, DorrisScott j fangs into the flesh of hi! hand three r'.'" "1. Ry amt ..aid! out a .u.h___ t.r.fjS,
':'topusiness on hand, hearing of George Elliott.M.II'D Sheriff Denmark was immediate! Lucile Tatum, Leslie Jackson, : times. The poison injected caused only -------
reports I of Ocala. Florence Matthews Aileen but the Rev. July '1. To amt nn hard,- .-----_ 529.H
from slight nausea Culpep
z the separate churches, meeting notified! and went to the scene of the Interest Ford
,. .., ) urned at 3:33 p. m., until 7HO Mfl.LER STINGbland I j cats-trophe. He taw no reason why Alvarez Ella May Long, Emma Pow- per declares he felt no ill effects! other- '..'.- 1"t R.. amt on han.L.' 2.1.59'
p.4n. Muller, or. a summer's day j Gladys; Gardiner, Messrs.: Telfair! wise. July. 31.. Reed Bradford Co. Bunk Int 2-a5: .
for should held. .
$ an inquest 1 .
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preaching services, Rev. : Bank of 'ar1: Int. '7.50
! 1 h Sheffield Watched the hired man rake up hay; j Long, Pitt Tomlinson John Powell, This i is said to be the first time in '-ilv, t 1. Rrt'd for taU4-,. 1lSJAO/)
being selected de.the
.r. to She laughed and giggled in her glee.I I j Carr Colley, Ray Colley, Paul Ca- the history of the country that snakeshave :'
sermon. : July 31. To amt on ....noJ. ______ 3'iw:
kv ,11M again Saturday When up his pants' leg crawled a bee. WEDDING] INVITATIONMr. nova, Charlie Johns, of Alachua, Levy been brought into church to Sinking I'unit/
morning at 10 farm hand laughed in turn, i '..' 1 Tn .._____
1O'dock with Later the Canova Wilbur Scott. prove te truth of a passage in Scrip amt on hand 71").:27
devotional services, being crawled !l July :31, R.e'd of Silax Kite to f'I.__ 4?2,90I
When grasshopper
r Wwacted by J.1.. a big up | and Mrs. ,J. B. Crews request ture.
.business was disposed of until Regu-11 her'n..-Gage Reading. |.i the honor of the presence of their TIGERS AC.AI.V VICTORIOUSA : I;I July :11. Tn amt on lame! '_ 1.222.17
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s i lo'clo'ek when meeting adjourned for '-On Sunday- --morning-- a Sunday School j! friends at the marriage of their double-header game of ball was RAILROAD MEN IN FAVOR OF ,. '"I. l To amt on hand.......______ BIOS4
I, ling daughter Ina Belle to :\11'. Maston STRIKE July 31. Read for tari-n_ M4.31)
sen-ices j. S. I
ReJ.. L. Norris mass meeting was held followed by I j played last Thursday between the I _
C selected by program committee a Missionary sermon by Rev. R. )1.I'i Hayes, Sunday, August 27, 1916, at Strike Tigers and the JacksonvilleWest 1 July! 31. To amt on hand._ --.u___ 601.94
-J fI.o. Preach. Lewis. The messengers, visitors, aril I,I 4 p. m., at their residence.Mr. End Club. At the end of the NEW YORK, Aug. 7.-The votes of i July 1. Tn amt nn Bond hand Fund. .",:_____ 4HI21.21'\
.;Afterpartaking of a sumptuous din- all seemed to enjoy the entire meeting. i j I I first game the score stood 4 to 2 in 400,000 railroad men on the questionof 'July ::11. By amt paid out__ i _____ *.'aa.5t

,l:' !l eeting was called to order by This Association meets in regular ,I Francis Warren, Miss Onie. favor of Starke, and the second game striking if demands are not met i i July 81.: To amt on h nd/-_ :5-...75.s7:
igM'-oderatoratl:40p.m. After the session on Friday, Saturday and Sunday i j I.I dwards, Misses Mabel and Carrie resulted in a score of 9 to 2 in Starke's were finally counted and it is said Scrip was issued for the following
routine. of business, discus- Octobed 27, 28, and 29th, at the Darby and Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Daniel favor. they were overwhelmingly in favor ofa bills. ..; 1
etc, meeting was dismissed unLtbat Bradford Church, in a Union capacity, went over to Black Point Sunday af- The weather! fine and the games strike. No action will be taken until 1 ', General I'ant .

& {;OTe night reet for preaching Rev W.delivering J. H. CASON, Moderator, 'I ternoon to see the Second Regiment fast. The Jacksonville boys took their I further negotiations are had with the E. S. Matthews Mm of Coun' ..:._____ IM

the sermon. CARL SCAFF, Clerk pro tern. iat dress parade. defeat as true sportsmen. roads.
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dispatch from El Paso, Tex., to |: position from the very moment the Sounding of Prison Bell '
Cross Sereth and Take Some: FOREST FIRES IN ( Was
I FLORIDA LEADS he New York Sun, quotes General act of swearing in these men to a six- ,'
Met With ,
Five Thousand German r. II. Blitch, Assistant Chief of Staff, year Government service was committed. Mingled Groans ,_
I is saying: It knew enough of human nature and Hoots <
Prisoners I l By Crowd
IN4PHOSPHATE I am going to recommend to the to know that there could be no other CANADA KILL 200

Secretary of War that all guardsmen I result than that of a growing spirit I

J1INo. BRITISH DEFEAT TURKISH )n the border who are discontentedwith 1 of dissatisfaction and of lessening interest LAST WORDS WERE "I| _

camp life be sent back home as in the protection of the nation DIE FOR 1VIY
FORCE ON SUEZ CANAL Supplies Most of the Product of soon as military exigency permits.The '! under the conditions existing. i iI Several Towns Wiped Out- COUNTRY",.

U. S. and Exceed the Outputof same dispatch to the Sun reports -I It is not possible for any student i ii Definite Figures of Damage --
Capture Twenty-five Hundred Prisoners that applications for release j of human life, who has an average I Was Con\ict of Conspiring f0 Camj

I and Inflict a Crushing Any Foreign Country from service as guardsmen are pour- I degree of intelligence, not to recognize Are Lacking ,\ArmJ Revolt In

f ng into army hearquarters at San An- that the man who feels that he has I, Ireland I

1In Defeat Phosphorus, one of the most important onio at the rate of 1500 a week.If | been tricked or swindled grows more EXGLEHART, Ont.-Definite figures .
General Bliss carries out the and more discontented-and justly so in'' --
elements required L:; plants, I regarding the loss of life "
1] !! LOXJOX.-In northern Galicia the is obtained from phosphate rock statement quoted, it would be just as -as he is made to suffer the effect of Xorthern Ontario through the wiping LUXI>OX, Auj '{.-Roger: Cas;

j Russians: have struck another hard which is mined at many places in the well for him to recommend that all of? the trick. It would be so in privatelife I out of half a dozen towns by bush I ment, former Bri-Uh knight and co& :

". blow at the Teutonic Allies and occupied United States and in foreign countries. the National Guardsmen be sent back and it is unquestionably true of fires still were lacking today. Figures sul, was han /'I at 9 clock thia.
along the Sereth and Graberki Florida supplies most of the productof home without clela] >, for if all who are the feeling which a large number of on hand indicate that at least :200? per. I! morning in I'eniofuille jail] for higi

I' Rivers, south of Brody, six villagesand the United States, and its output contented with the conditions under t j the, members' of the National Guard sons are dead. treason. He was; convicted of con.?:
Fl'' I the entire ridge on which they are exceed that of any foreign country. vhich they were tricked into the present -I' and their families and others will have I,[ It was learned that there had been ,' spiring to cause an armed revolt in j;
: ]located. The normal annual output of Floridain situation should apply for reC'aseI] in regard to the way in which they \ loss!' of life also at Porcupine Junci Ireland, and witli; having sought GerJ

fom Furious fighting narked the engagement recent years has l II(>C'n'alul'c.l at between there would be little, if anything left : were called out and sworn into six i tion. Outlying places are expected to man aid to tEat end.
to represent the National Guardsmen years' service and then rushed to the j! I Before the evwution !
I the Russians Leing forcedI $S ,UOn,000 and $10,0'iO,000. i swell the lists materially when rescue a great crowd
I I I in the villages to drive their antago- I A most interesting question is the on the border. 'j border where it was reported they |[ parties return. Iroquois Falls, where of men women and children gathered f
fLU. i I jiNt from house to house. The Aus- mode of origin of the rock. Examination When the inexcusable blunder was were in immediate danger of conflict' paper mills are located, was not entirely before the prison gates. Twenty mint*

f tro-Germans at last reports, were of samples dredged from the lade of dishonorably tricking the ; with eaont.J and trained soldiers destroyed, advices today stating utes before Casement mounted the:

OHa I bombarding violently their ]last; posi- bottom of the sea show that there are u-mbers of the state Militia into sign- ,I of Mexico, though they were untrain- j that the paper mills and one store was scaffold, the great prison bell com.i

I tions. j now accumulating in the Florida ing a six-year oath into the Federal] ('(1, unequipped and wholly unprepared saved. Late reports today say that the menced to toll.: The tolling was greed .}

a ''j In the fighting the Russians, captur- Straits and elsewhere nodules of service, the seed was sown for just;:; for any such emergency. Had these I fires continue in many directions, but with cheers! from the crowd, mJnj.?,
1. which identicalin (iscontent which must, by the very men been compelled, in this sta.te of j led with some At ''
ed a regimental commander and 1401otr.er I phosphate of lime are it is believed the worst is over. Some groans. one minute -
officers and more than ;5,500 composition with the pure phos.. nature of mankind continue to grow. ( unpreparedness and physicial unfitness rain fell during the night and helpedthe after 9 o'clock! a single stroke of the-:
men and also took numerous machine I phate rock of commerce. It is impossible for the men who by reason of lack of hardeningand fire fighters. ; bell announced that the trap had beef

I guns and bomb throwers. I The process of formation of these through this dishonorable] trick of training, to meet the Mexican I sprung. It .VL.I a signal for a mocking :'
Berlin admits that the Russians did phosphate podules is not thoroughly] I moral compulsion] when they were soldiers, who for years have been I II JOHN ASHLEY HAS BEEN t jeering yel) from the crowd whici;|

,,' gain the left bank of the Sereth River understood, but is believed to be in compelled to sign this six-year oathor I fighting and who are able to endure t suddenly died away into silence. !
I I but asserts that the Germans have some manner connected with living else appear as cowards, without an every hardship of army life, the result GRANTED A NEW TRIAL Casement met his death with eajcourage -:

f, made progress against the French in organisms that swarm in sea waterin opportunity of studying the matter or would have been cold murder on ;, according to eyewitnesses;
the Chaptire wood near Verdun and countless numbers. These marine consulting their families of their bus. :.f[ the part of the American people, and Eaily in the iDi-rning, two priests of-
Supreme Court Hands Down
I in mining operations against them in organisms 'appear to have been especially iness associates, not to feel that the, every man responsible, directly or in- the Roman Catholic Church adminii-'i;

t' the Argonne; that the Russians have abundant long ago when the entire plan of calling them out and : directly, for this condition would have Decision Reverse to Thatof tered the hut rites in the cell of the'

been driven from positions along the peninsula of Florida was completely swearing them into this six-year serVice -j i had to share the burden of the blood Lower Court condemned man, and shortly afterward -']

Stokhod river south of Zarecze and submerged beneath the sea and the secured their oath under what, in j! of these men. a warden on either side, headed
that in the Carpathians the Germans waves from the Atlantic rolled unim- the business world, would be counted |I It is the knowledge of all these facts '"by the clergymen, proceeded to the w"\\

: are still operating successfully. paired into the Gulf] of Mexico for as false pretense and so dishonorablethat i i and many others of equal import thatis After many months of delay, during ecution shed. The priests recited the-

Slight] advances for the British in the sands which were then depositedon the business institution that corn- growing in the hearts of the National which John Ashley has been confinedin litany of the dying, Casement re-'

High wood and east of Pozieres on the the bottom of the sea and have mitted it would justly deserve bank Guardsmen. They may be held in the Dade county jail at Miami, spending in lo\\' tones:

Somme front and by the French southwest since been converted into dry land ruptcy or its officers severe punish. Texas by the power of the same moral under sentence of death, the supreme '. "Lord have mercy on my soul" :;

I of Estrees south of the Somme contain many nodules of phosphate ment. I compulsion which made them swear court of Florida has handed down the According: to one of those present]
II 'f and to the northwest of Thiaumontnear rock that are in all respects similar It is not necessary to mince words to the six years' service; they may become decision which reverses the finding of Casement's laJ: words were: !'

I 1 Verdun, are recorded in the Brit- I to those being formed today.: These because it is a Government act, since j. faithful soldiers to the best of the lower court. This means, briefly "I die for my country."
i ish and French communications. In I, phosphatic sands contain in most this very act has sown broadcast i their ability, but in their hearts in stated, that Ashley] will once more As the party! reached the8
I through the nation the seed of discon- ] this bitter realization that they have come into court to stand trial for the
I the section northwest of Poziers the places too ]little phosphate to be of I I where the gallows was erected t
Germans, in an attack in which ]liquid I ('ommerdal'aluC', but they are believed tent, in these men and in all the peo- I Leen unfairly, even dishonestly, treated fifth time for tre alleged murder of special executioner, a hair-dres
I HF I Ii fire was used, forced the British back to be the scource from whicr the pie] connected with them, as to the j! and from these men will)] go forth, I I fifth time for the alleged murder of named Elli, approached Casemet

r along one of their trenches, but later important deposits of Florida phosphate honesty of the Government and those i' of necessity a fear and distrust of : DeSoto Tiger, a Seminole, on Decem- and quickly pinioned him. The ti

t i. the British regained the ground lost. rock have been derived. responsible for this work. But, more the whole__ m military_ n_ situation which can I This case is one that has been- much m.u chaplains. the u1 er-sheriff_ of Lon
F tI Ru!&.>ians Adtance in Asiatic TurkeyIn During the latter stages of the accumulation than that, it has created throughoutthe only] be overcome by intelligent actioni in the public eye. Its history as given and- the undfr-snerm- of Jliaalesejj

I Asiatic Turkey the Russians report -. ] of these sands, Florida country a fear of indentificationwith i i I which right now will)] recognire the upon the witness stand has been published then took up their positions in frrai

the capture at various places, of I I was inhabited by some very large ani- the army, and it has been the ; mistake! that was made and Jo the ut- many times-and each time of the scaffoKt Casement mount'
4I new Turkish positions. In the Kialkit- i ma's! that are now either extinct or hardest I.lothat has been given, in I most .to correct it. Shi'.ly-shallyin! ; there have been new points drawn out. the gallows steps firmly, and eoth
I i iI I Chia River basin positions protected known only in other continents. this generation at least, to the spiritof I I methods or attempts to cover ur triP The tale might well be written in blood mended his spirit to God as he stepped

by five lines of trenches were wrested I: A mong these were the mastodon and patriotism among the people of the i! matter or denounce the men who would -for brave men have fallen]) becauseof on the traji. A moment later tl*
: from the Turks while south of Erzin-, rhinoceros. The teeth of these animals land. Men may be willing to risk; I''e-Taiie, from the irsult of the tiiok i results brought about by the trial lever was -ull-jd.. ,|

I gm and west of the village] of Ofnut ] together with those of species of their lives as a sacrifice for the safe- .i! or t( tell of the r!cnor of .se-vmg tr.e and conviction. I! Immediately after the trap raj

additional trenches and two heights horses that have entirely disappeared, ty of the nation, provided they know i I iccuriry in this '.viy, wil! on.y react sprung the prison engineer and hr-

were captured in the region of Musa j have been uncovered in some of the deposits. that they are honestly a U honorably] ,, and intensify cordtions.; TIll QuinIne That Does Not Affect The Hsaj sician descended into the pit, whertjj
; and Bitlis, the Turks have assumed the .-New York Sun. treated; but when they find that they j!j A blunder'has le'1 made, if, indeed, Because BR0MO of its QUININE tonic and is Illative better than effect.ordinary LAXATIVK after the application of the usual testjj

(.fl''r'sive, but Petrograd: says they are are neither honestly nor honorably'a cime has not been coirrutIts Quinine in auC does not caus: ? Dervousne!! nrr Casement was pronounced dead it
held the Russian fire. treated patriotism is, for the time being complete correction to the limit is the nre-ng head. Remembtt the full name aij
being by DOES SLOAN'S LINIMENT HELP look foi the SliDE'ure of E.V., GKOVf- Jv nine minutes after nine.
I The 14,000 Turkish troops operatingon RHEUMATISM? at least lessened, if not destroyed.The only salvation of the situation.-Manufacturers -
J Jf Manufacturers Record took this Record.DETROIT .
a seven-mile front from the east ,
Ask the wTio it he knows.
ma-n uses -
p4. against the Suez Canal also have met ''' '''''' "" ""
"To think I suffered all these years -- -- -- -- -
with defeat at the hands of the Brit!
f ish and have been forced to flee, ]leaving -I when one 25 cent bottle of Sloan's ALABAMA GUARDSMEN BANDITS GET $ Book on Strawberry Growing

more than 2,500 prisoners behind I Liniment cured me," writes one grateful FIGHT WITH NEGROES $33,000 AND ESCAPE

them, including some Germans, says user. If you have rheumatism or This FREE bock tells about tolls and Jew best to prepare -

I the British official statement. In addition I I suffer from neuralgia] backache, sore- $ these. Practical infcimaticn regarding plants, fertilizing -

the. Ottomans suffered heavy casualties. -i I ness and stiffness, don't put off getting Corporal and Two Privates Injured I Held Up Motor Pay Car of the setting, cultivatirg! and spraying.

In Austro-Italian: theater the II I a bottle of Sloan's. It will give you When Negroes Fired Burroughs Adding Machine If you are interested in stra\vbeirict big money
... ,'such welcome relief. It warms and $ crop..you should have this beck. Serd fcr it tc Austrians are heavily bombarding the Upon Them Company
soothes the sore, stiff, painful places
Italian lines between the Adige and & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.
and you feel so much better. Buy it ,
upper Isonzo rivers, and the Pasubioarea 'II' Manraclurna efW alFett.ifr) |;; '
while in the Sugana Valley and at any drug store, only 25c. ((1)) MONTGOMERY, Ala., Aug. R.- DETROIT, Aug. 5.-The five automobile Uealeis in Feitilixt r Matui.'., Srrtyirr Iirpli trtait .rd Inicclicitf 0\
Corporal Stroneker, Company C. Second bandits who, armed with rifles,
vpper Cordevole Valley they launched by the French i q\ local operations JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
regiment, Alabama] National held motor of the Burroughs
up a pay car fl
These infantry attacks attacks, against according the to Italians.Rome, Verdun northeast front of Thiaumont was announced work by on the the Guard, was seriously] wounded tonightand Adding Machine company near ."%%%%%%, %%%%%% "

two privates were slightly hurt the plant yesterday afternoon and got
were repulsed. War Office today. A German counter
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when guardsmen from the mobiliza-. between $33,000: and $. 4OOO in cash
t Unofficial advices from Saloniki] says attack in this section was repulsed. >OO<>OO<>OO< .
tion camp engaged in an altercation are still at large today. The robberywas >OO< >COC
that the Serbians have taken from the Progress of the French southwest of .
j Bulgarians the village] of Temli, on Estrees, on the Somme front, as a result -' with a crowd of negroes. accomplished quickly, before the ,
the Macedonian front. of small also The soldiers were fired upon after ; guards could interfere. Many people
engagements was they had jumped from a street car who saw the robbery thought that A '
anrounced. The text of the statement Financial Balance
4'i follows and pursued the negroes who had they were witnessing a movie scen
I German Line Holding on Eastern : bombarded{ the car with bricks. Priorto ario. The police intimate that the job
South of the Somme two smal b-
FrontPETROGRAD. this the guardsmen and the "inside .
negroes was an one, pulled by
cal operations have enabled] us to
.-Since the loss of gress into German trenches southwestof pro had engaged in a wordy argument. someone connected with the company.the .
Brody by Austrians and the successful I Stroneker was wounded with bird A *
operations of the Russians againstthe Estrees. "t.' Jim Gosha, a was caught checking account frequently operates as a financial
negro present time the is said to
"Xorthwest of Aisne / army
j Germans which have resulted in an enemy surprise in his doorway, immediately in frontof he short nothing except tent cots. :balance.
attack our positions the
i ) their gaining the whole of th-> line Vacullerc Plateau failed under the on curtain which the shooting occured, with 'I! These are not kept in stock and an order
along] the Stokhod, the situation on a double barreled shot gun in his for 100.000 is too large to fill im
: of fire of our artillery. The check-book for
provides method
the Russian General] BrussiloiT's fi oat "On the right bank of the Meuse hands. His son. Jim Gosha, Jr., also | mediately. Hence. the shortage. a ,convenient

: has rt'ma'nec1 virtually unaltered.] I during patrol fighting at some pointswe was placed under arrest. I Mosquito-- bars are another article I meeting one's obligations but by accurately

The' Kus-s-ans have not lost the: initiative have sensibly] enlarged our ground Henry Gosha, another son of Jim issued to soldiers. One hundred thousand and .
bat another wave of mast: energetic conquered northwest of Thiaumont.We Gosha boarded a car in the heart of of them cost something too. permanently recording expenditures

German resistance has srt in. and have repulsed a counter-attack in the city about the time of the shoot- i Double] ones are obtained for ?2.29 it also serves to discourage careless
f t h(' r.cwly-organized! German army, the same region. i ing. He is said to have sat in the lap i j and single ones for $2.11(>. Double refers -
.. ed cf all available] and of Knox spending.
!Iipo- reserves "1:1: the region of Fleury] and in the Major following which he :I to weight and not to size. Each
fresh :eerd'ts has undertake he task sectors of Chapitre and Chenois artillery alleges Major Knox threw him off the i mosquito bar is for one bunk. One

"' of changing its tactics from passive fighting continues without any infantry car. Henry Gosha hurried to police j j hundred thousand: single bars-and the Maintain a balance in your personal) financesadvise -
. resistance to a most active counter of- actions. headquarters and swore out a warrantfor government may have double that

.fensive. Field Marshall von Hindenburg's ', "On the night of August o-<; our air Major Knox who made bond for number-cost $211>,000. with us in regard opening a per-

I- personal direction of the operations squadrons dropped forty shells in the his appearance. When Henry Gosha 'I' Gasoline costs: the government from sonal Checking account.
is quite apparent, but it is not entered the police station the
T I region of Combles, eighty-four on the to get 21 to 2'5; cents a gallon according to
t"t thought possible by the Russians olservers station of Xoyon, thirty on the stations warrant, he found his fathej- and where it is delivered. That deliveredat
that he con more than tem- brother there, being searched and
of Stenay: and Sedan, forty San Antonio i is 2:! cents a gallon. i
eiWk th- advance r/f the Ru;: on locked
t iH-iarily
,. : forces the station at Metz and the railwayostabli.hments up. The previous contract price was nine '
' Fm upo.i Ko-fl. there and forty on the -e".ts a gallon.A Bank oj Starke
.. I The Austr'an: co.icentratinji on the I IrI.1ds
- to Lemberg. are endeavorng t ) I military establishments of Rombach HIS JOB TO SPEND MONEY J

hold their opponents in the region of i north of 3letz."Several Neat Definition."A V
f Sereth River, a few miles southwestof of these squadron made Col. Ropers, of Gen. Fun!'ton's Staff, i skeleton is bones with the man 'I Starke Florida
two consecutive raids. One of them robbed off," said Mary In the physiology :-: X
Brody. The Russians already have I made no less than seven raids duringthe Buss Supplies for Army I class.
scored miror in this continuation
$I '. of the Brody battle, but the same night. oooo _
I "On the Col. Harry L. Rogers
". ,i Somme front our aeroplanes chief quarter-
Austrian defense leaves the THE "
I strong in set on fire two captive German bal I master of the Southern department of FLORIDAMETAlPRODuasCo.I __ ___ __ n __ ___ __ __ ___ _
doubt. I
I j, the U. S.
loons. army, is rated as the "big
The extreme southern flank of the '..\ German balloon four gest spender in Texas." He is member -, U FACTU RE SCHOOL''
Austrian forces under General Pflan- I I bombs on Baccarat. There was no of Gen. Funston's staff and is ac- I METAL

zer.the which fall were of Czernowitz so badly shattered, havepartly after ca.ualties" and the damage was insignificant. cutomed:: to dealing out triflling sums CEILINGS UNIVERSITY OF FLORID.FLORID..\ STATE COLLEGE !
I like ?25.0flO and $; 0,0O0 with as much '
; reorganized and are making a new attack feeling of I GainesvilleInvestigate I WOMEN i
pride as comes to the average CULVERTS.SHIN61E5
r the left wing of General The 'I -4.
upon Strong Withstand the Heat 01 man when he parts with 25 or its Advantages BeforeChoosing
Brussiloff's forces southwest of Kuty. Summer Better Than the Weak :50; cents. Here are some of the articles AND OTHER I An institution of the highest; II4
This attack is by small numbers of Old people who are feeble,and younger with which Col. Rogers deals: SHEET METAL Your College I the education of Young WOII
men and military] en'ers think that people who areweak,will be strengthened Trere 436 students from 51 Florida] counties Florid coun '
are 75.000 1 j 589 students from 52
I and enabled to through the pairs of army shoesin
there is slight hope of effecting depress. BUILDING 81S
and 24 states
any and foreign countries
San Total
ing heat of summer by taking regularly and :20.000? pairs at I and 11 states 1915-16. __
change in the situation. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It purifies Fort Sam Houston. Each pair cost WRITE TODAY MATERIAL AND SPECIAL 1915-16.; Total 818 including Summer J eluding Summer School.] WiltS
French Official Statement and enriches the blood and builds up the government S .81. The deal was FOR CATALOGLE$ QUOTATIONS School. Write at once for catalog. for Catalog. '.

PARIS.-A further gain of ground the-_whole-system. SQc. --, carried through by Col. Rogers.' At JACKSONVILLE: .. ..FI.As I A. A. }!MURPHREE Pres. I EDWARD CO '


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II I, ;r_ News of Florida in Short Paragraphs.- PEACEFUL SETTLEMENT OF ALL MRS. M'DONALD Good Looks I.- are Easy- V


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UI ( Told by Our Exchanges. Nations May Name Six Com SIXTY ARE DEADIN Contractor's Wife Was Almosta .
".. -- I -- missioners to Adjust Their Living Skeleton Before I .

i' PALM BEACII.-Aaron Bradley, a BAKER.-Confronted by losses that Differences Tanlac"I
Taking I Look as good as your city cousins. No
\ keeper of a second-hand store on Second -: would virtually destroy all hopes of I ICARRANZA'S TEM FLOOD! I matter if you do Tan or Freckle Magnolia

,J'' avenue, was struck by the tender a successful crop season, cotton be n.:? I Balm will surely cjear! !your ikin inrflandy.
I of a moving locomotive while crossingthe wiped cut and corn greatly damaged SUGGESTIONSARE I I II don's believe, there is another Heals Sunburn, too. just put a little on

/ railroad .at First avenue about by fired and storm, business men and ACCEPTED BY THE U. S' I medicine in the world that would do your face and rub it of again before dry.
\ sustaining farnurs of this section Water Sweeps Out Dam and for me what Tanlac has done. When Simple and sure to p'ease. Try a bottle
11U:! yesterday morning, are tuJay (istrirg i
, ;.: his death into of 1 I began taking it a few weeks ago I j to-day and begin the improvement at
resulted in an state
< n.juries that a "preparedness"for Carries All Property in once. White. Pick and Rose-Red Colors.
American Troops Will Meanwhile.: was in a terrible run-down state of
hospital. the winter which will
hour later at the Emergency coming include 75 cents at Druggift or by mail direct
I Its Path health and had fallen off until I only .
a systematic plan for feeding Remain Along the Mexican I
and caring for livestock. It i is agreed Border. I weighed Ji5.; pound. Today I weigh j SAMPLE FREE.
XARCOOSEE.-Lieutenant S. J. I 115 pounds. which is an actual gain of
that hogs and cattle will be the salvation I
is believer KNOXVILLE, Tenn., Aug. 4-With LYON MFC. CO., 4C S.. 5th Brooklyn.N.Y.
Entrikin, of a of the worst damaged section in I twenty pounds, and I have only taken
He has just bought' sixty known dead and a property loss ... ___
stock. this
in blooded settlement of all five bottles! Besides Tanlac has
Florida this The peaceful -
and questions
season already
of of the .
$100,000, of
people Big
and i i many
hogs -- -
Duroc Jersey troubles that have
of been
176 overcome on
I issue between the United
and had them shipped i preparations are being made to raise at Barren creek, in Caiborne county, are O. .i.i '. .. ; ; .
I. for the six
eight Jersey cows the Mexico is confidently! me past years.
1 I production of livestock to the max- I States and expected homeless. After rainstorm in which .
to his ranch at Lake Hart. This imum. in Washington, as a result of a i The above statement was made a ..

-Y stock will give him one of the largest I the acceptance by the United States .1 fourteen inches of rain are reportedby few' days ago to the Tanlac representative I
the Weather Bureau officials R. Davis
herds of fine, blooded hogs in the coun- I of General Carranza's suggestion that to by Mrs. J. McDonald, residing ; J.
PEXSACOLA have fallen flood which
-Escambia taxpayers a awaya
1921 :Market street Jackson-
international commission of three at : ,
II'd | are all up in the air over a decision an I Solfoot dam surged down the valley,
ville.Irs.: :McDonald's husband is one
from each nation be appointed to ,
rendered by Judge Campbell in Cir- men carrying ruin in its wake. ; &CcmpanyINSURANCIi *
of the contractors of Jacksonville .
leading -
II.UII-J.ivE'lr bidding and good 1 settle border difficulties. While the
I I cult. Court that the tax levies of Es- The damage was first represented to of if.
characterizing the early handled by FrankL. where he erected some tI
note of ,
prices are cambia in and acceptance have been the result of
1907 I cloudburst
county possibly a
Ie in this section !I of state to the laigest public and private structures T ,
of grapefruit Polk, acting secretary .
II buying 1 all of those since then have been technically but although a hole ;oO feet deep and 1
the Duval
expressedthat Eli.seo Arredondo the ambassador designate I among them being I i
with confidence generally ,
I- :j illegal in that the commissioners ( l.'O: feet long was torn in the ground school
t. the coming season will be a profitable did not name the amount that I i of Mexico, gives the impressionthat j in one place the people' of that section ;i building." McDonald I* .
'Yes sir, continued Mrs. .
both the formal ( -
. fur agreement on
one each millage assessment would reported that the the hard-
returnto storm was
with chronic di- .
.e and the jrrower. Frait men are the county treasurer. A test case plan will not bo reached until the I est that could have hel'n. without being -i "I suffered terribly Starke, :-: Florida ;
have in
that Dade county has consideredthe gestion and been a general ;
Caranza government
united in the opinion .
Ie'n i was made when some property sold a cloudburst. The flood waters -
tired and
will have nearly if not as large a :n T.tOT for taxes was contested for in American proposal, it is under- confined in a narrcw valley a quarterto run-down condition. I was .! .? +i+ .!+. + .' .! ..
. this as last, with the pricesa stood that assent has been assured in I languid all the time and was so nervous -I --
( yield year the courts. In the tPial before the a half mile wide surged to their that knew what it
I -
I was
I never
conferences !
great! deal better. Court Record :Monroe lecided advance through frequent) outlet in
of Judge ( Clinch river, ten miles below -
Mr. Arredondo.In I to get a full night's rest. I had to YOU
hetnenIr.. Polk and CAN BE CUREDT
hm j i that the levy was legal. The at which point the effect of the such milk. toast: and
it is understood that live on things as ; A srmu.m vrico PO..F.'I-
GAINESVILLE-Willie Turner, the matter will now be taken to the Su- Washington in flood was dissipated. Five flouring cereals, and even that often caused hES THE KXI'EKIKNCK OF \KAK-i.
will lose time
... negro convicted at the spring term of pmne Court as hundreds of other President Wilson no j mills and three sawmills, many residences in stomach. This kind of The KIliHT kind experience-Joint ..
I commission which he pain my the lame thizt the right way
ofs Circuit Court for the murder of F. C. cases will be involved.JACKSONVILLE.Eugene. naming the I and granaries and all crops nourish hundreds or pirhajft thoiuanJs of
eating didn't seem to me any
iron all dif-
will be able to out time
Avery, the aged turfman whose body I hopes 'have been destroyed in the section. and I lost strength and fell off untilI fiOXT TOC TIIIMtIf
the two republics.Meanwhile
e unearthed from stable stall on ': ficulties }between When isolated points have been heard TIME TO CJKT1KKKIU11T
was a D. I becameso ,
Dodge, National Guard will only weighed 95 pounds! TREATMENT '.
the fair grounds last winter, will pay from it is believed that the loss of : Aren't rot.rj "
| clerk of the United States could about the
'r.ed formerly remain on the border to aid in repel- weak I hardly get j of PAY1M1 for
' the penalty on the scaffold Friday, district court here, yesterday was acquitted the of Mexican human life will include sixty or more house. :My heart would palpitate so e fdl-ur.i? Make MBpn
3e 25th unless there be some successful ''ing incursions on part residents of the valley.A i >v' that mj uieth-
xhe August : i in the second case charging bandits. I at times I would really become fright- o-U are absolutely
execution of the Miraculous I I reh I CAN DO IT.
move to stay ..
JudiM I
embezzlement to be tried before Large ; ened. This was the very srape was 1 BLOOi IOIm" -
Scope of Negotiations J""t&! ,
' warrant received Thursday by D. C. Edmonds, whose wife and four ; ;
death I Larnbdin in federal court .this week. in when I began taking Tanlac. --- i.i.i.i.iv* nu
; the I
The original proposal on partof J.e.on4I1e s K 1 N DISKES!;
Sheriff Perry G. Ramsey.KISSIMMEE. (! A verdict of acquittal also resulted ;n Gen. Carranza that the United children were 'drowned, escaped after ] "But today I am a well woman andI since 1U08. KID\KT: end It LADDER -

I the first case, v/nich: was tried Thurs- submit their differences being washed for five miles among attribute it all to Tanlac, and will TROLiilK NtliVlCSNES4:o i!> CAT4RUILALDLSE14ES
States and Mexico ; ant
nt, .-Kissimmee will exterminate -: day. The jury brought in a verdict of commission" suggested the driftwood. Two of Edmonds' children i always praise the day I bought my GENERAL DKHIMrV.: I tprrlallze
to In the
a contrrratKr
non-urffir tr.at.nient
drift timber three *
found alive
all insect pests. A health : not guilty late yesterday afternoon, for the withdrawalof were on first bottle of it. I have a good appe- of RtTTrilF. 1MLES. all RECTA -
will be made and after for the had conferees arrange miles from home. Edmonds said he eat and !. db"Uf'4 an.) Special Ulsnae of
the prosecution tite and anything
survey of city attorneys United States troops from Mexico, now, every- )IE. and \VOMf.\
led steps taken to prevent the breeding I concluded their arguments and Judge was awakened at 3 o'clock this morning tring I want and suffer no bad after I attribute a large degree of myiucceu
scheme for
that it formulate a co-oper-I to the fact that I pn.onaJlulwllne
.heer the roaring of the flood. Water
of both flies and mosquitoes. It is I Lambdin had charged the jury. Several ation in guarding the border, and thatit by :i effeits. I am not nervous like I vas every pirsoa I treat. (.

likely that all open storm sewers of i witnesses were heard in rho case investigate the causes leading to I 'vas all around his house, and a foot and sleep fine and get up every morn- Dr. Geo. L. Dickerson

the city will be treated to a coat of oil j in the opening. Among these was W. the Columbus raid, the battle between deep on the floor. Before he could ing feeling just as well and strong as Ul W JACKSONVILLE Fortyth H. <>pp. Heard Bank.
at stated periods and that all standing R. Devore, who succeeded Mr. Prwlge -.nerican and Mexican troops at Car- awaken his family, the building was anybody."As I .
to clerk of the court and who served floating down the stream. Edmonds I I have told I went
water will be moved in order prevent as that had I already you, .
other incidents
rizal and ,0 --
mosquitoes from breeding. as a deputy under him.MIAMLProbabilities. hostilities heJ ween said the creek was full of driftwoodand from 95; pounds to 115 pounds on only :::
nearly produced '
other debris and that he does not'five bottles of Tanlac, and actually I I \ COFFINS CASKETS -
the two governments.In know how he of the building,
T.UIPA.-Au 18 has been named : of a strikeon its note of acceptance the United i got have had to let out all my clothes a And a full line of
how he the bank.
was piled on "
as the date for the hanging of Charles the Florida East Coast railroad are States suggests that these matters be few inches to get them on. 1 Undertakers' Supplies

H. Haines, the negro sentenced to beI I I remote, in the opinion of F. W. Kirk- be included in the subjects to be considered I Tanlac is sold exsluslvely in Starkeby
CENT MILEAGE ON TilE C. P. Cason in Lake Butler by Always on hand. The best service
hanged for the murder of :MarshallJoe land, assistant to vice-president by the commission. It also is TWO ;

Halker! at Port Tampa City in ||: of the railway company, but even suggested that, in the event of a sat- L. & X. RAILROAD Tomlinson-Maines Drug Co.; in Hampton at the lowest prices. Special t

hj! September, 1915. The hanging will'. should a strike be called in sympathywith I i isfastory agreement, the commission by the Hampton Pharmacy; in attention telegraph orders.

ere] be inside the jail at ampa on the new railroad men on other systems proceed to adjust other matters at issue An announcement is made by II. C. Lawtey by the Cash Drug Store; in I

the last public throughout the country there, will be the These the Weaver Drug Co. RegisteredmbaImer
; gallows fitted up after between two republics. I! Bretney, Florida Passenger! Agent of Raiford by ; \

stat hanging in Ilillsboro county. The execution no tieup on the line through Miami would include an understanding as to i I j I the Louisville and Nashville at Jack- and in Worthington by R. T. Taylor.C. DeWITT C; JONESSuc'sr : .

will be private, only officials and trains will run on schedule timeas the reciprocal crossing! of the frontierby j jI |; sonville, who has issued the following A. Smith, Sampson, Fla-Adv. f

and newspaper men being present.FT. at present, aicording to this high the forces of both countries, the | circular letter to all passenger and to G. C. Livingston & Co .

i official of the road. While the officialsof 1 I fixing of blame for the incursions into ticket agents in the state: FAILURES: COME THROUGH; UNEXPECTED Starke, Fla.

'atI LAUDERDALE.-Flol"ida tomatoes the F. E. C. do not expect a strike, I I the United States to date, the questionof "I take pleasure in announcing thaton ) SOURCES .___ Jr.

I which arrived recently were said Mr. Kirkland they have polled indemnification for damage to the or about September 1st, lldfi, the -: ::- -
$ th" office employees of the road to secure ( of Americans, the question .
the chief attraction to buyers on the property Louisville and Nashville railroad will Few would imagine, even though General Insurance
volunteers to operate trains if of turning the railroad properties of '
the Z books
Seattle market this morning. They become a party to mileage they stopped to consider the matter,
there should be the need, though thisis the right owners, the
Mexico over to will be both and honoring
condition in spite and an issuing -
were in excellent that the dread epidemic which has I represent none but FiRST
: of long shipment and were offered by a mere matter of precaution. I question of returning embargo properties of dol-- carrier. been so prevalent throughout the CLASS companies and will be I

dealers at $-t per crate. AsparagusCOfltifluCd I which amount to millions "We give you this information asadvance north would have resulted in closing constantly on the alert to
in big demand. Florida I'\DIETTO.-The body of Will I lars, back to their rightful owners, I notice. Definite and detailed the large number of movingpictureshow pro- !
mote interests. Guarantee
green top celery of recent arrival wasa lioridas: negro, better known as "Big and the problem of security for the information will, of course, be contained houses. Yet such is the report your
and found Saturday: morningin future to Americans and other for- in mileage tariff or supple- I courteous treatment to all pa. 1,
1 favorite with buyers. Spinach Boy, was ; a new sent out by .he press. ,
cauliflower were plentiful.P.RADEXTOWX. a field of the Manatee Fruit Co. !, t-iirners. ninit to the one now in effect, in due New York; city has a multiplicity trons. A well written policy by I

The body was badly mangled. The In Washington;: it is believed that I course. We ask that you give this as of theso showhouses whore the great II a first-class agent in a first- I

Manatee count iH'irro was (employed in hlowmir i ituinps i --uch. a commission would require many I nvjrh publicity as possible with the !bulk of patronage comes from children. I class company sometimes means

( have-made application!j ;; on that morning and it I is supposed j i i weeks to reach conclusions, hut it is traveling public." They are, it is true, the cheap much in case of loss by fire.

commissioners th"ar Department for the construction that he miscalculated allowing thought that the method would\ bring Tin7. mileage has: for a numberof class catering to the five-cent trade; [ H. C.: RICHARD tke J

to of 1 bridges across himself to be near the dynamite at I about permanent peace and afford years, been the most popular form ; but the give pleasure to countless ,

- the Sarasota-seven Venice special the time of explosion. It i is reportedthat Mexico an opportunity to receive the I, of tran.-nortation available in the thousands each day and the profits .

streams in bridge district, the petitions he has had a !-,'\'I'atPal\ of experience j j. dvice of eminent citizens of both na- ;i I Southeast not alone with the commercial !suppoit those whose money and interests ........ W.-!. .' W....-
road and I
in blowing stumps with dynamite tions. traveler, but with the general invested. a 6

having I ecu gotten into shape in the S. and everyone was surprised to I'I I Quiet on the Texas Border I i public: a* wt'll. This ri':. age is interchangeable Since are infantile paralysis commenced COMEF; I. PEEK 6
H. Lalhie. U. I '
office IfIajol': W. learn that he happened to this acci I, Indications are that the National j|! with a few exceptions, on its contagious work many of these .

engineer in charge of the Florida shortly district dent. There was no one near him at''' iuard; will remain on the Texas border 1: all lines in the territory east ,.f the j jMi houses;: have l ben forced to close. Several florIda Real Eftnte, Land and 4
anti will be the exact details of for several months. Already ar.d south of thf Ohio and' 6 6
Practically all the the time and so 0\1'-1 I > -is.sippi! ; hundred of these places of amusement Timber Expert. .
Washington. I I '
the accident are unknown. The cor- I coats and othe" winter clothing Potomac rivers. But for certain reas- have l been pushed to the wall; 6 ..,
bridges ate to have concrete spans.JACKSNVII.LE.Senator V.IJT'S declared that he met his jag prepared for the army. In some I II I < the Louisville and Nashville has the
jury j I I oi # I the doors rave been closed and 33 years Experience at Starke. 6
'1. doath by accidental explosion of dyna- :.I eases those supplies have been deliver- j!I never herC'tofol'l'een fit to sell or I hers deserted. The patronage that 6 .

Fletcher mite. ird to headquarters: indicating that the !| accert it generally over its entire fys- has been theirs stopped: parents housed $4f:I-t4444' +*i4". V

intends to make a vigorous effortto I troops will be required at lea"t until \i j tern, although they do honor through i ii j jj their children wherever it was possible -

secure the establishment of a Federal T.UlrA-Statin that he was wanted !; cold weather strikes northern Mexico I j mileage exchange tickets issued hy'' ; and the trade of the house depreciated. .

land bank at Jacksonville. Twelveof at Kaufman, Tex., on a charge of ; and the border: states. !1 connecting lin'-s south of Atlanta. Ga I And not only in the case of Full Supply of I

these banks are to be organized in murder and that he had )learned that In a brush this week between a ,lelachment ..to ('el tin points such as CincinnatiI :1, -se howhouses has the diminution 1 (

the country as a nucleus of the new suit was being brought against his \ of American cavalrymen and Knoxville, Louisville, Evansville, St.Louis !! of trade been felt; for hundreds of tiny COFFINS Ash CASKETSAll { !

rural credits system. As the south bondsmen, A. W. Avant. who had been | a group of bandits, five miles below El and Memphis. But the mileage I i stores, catering almost! wholly to the J

has oue-thi1'll.o'f the nation's productive conducting a rooming house! on Frank- I r-do, Tex.. Private John Tworey. of I| i is not good for southbound passage I i i -hild-trade, have found their receiptsso Sizes and Qualities 1 ;

farming: area Senator Fletcher lyn street, surrendered to Deputy I Il'f Troop F, E'chth U. S. Cavalry and from these points nor -locally on the lessened that it is only! by a hard }

thinks it would be fair and equitableto \ Sheriff McKay. Mr. :McKay wired RobertootIs.! United States custom line. struggle that some of them will tide Always on Hand I i
establish one-third of the banks in killed and five bandits
inspectorvere condition.
learned the tightened
the sheriff at Kaufman, over
that section. This would give the i that Avant had jumped a bond of 5- were shot from their saddles. CALOMEL DYNAMITESA I The trade of the children, especially PRICES R&\SONABLE t
south four Federal land banks.MILLIGAX. The of Villa! is said (by Carleaders -
pursuit is far
noO there last November. After word [ SLUGGISH LIVER i i I in the larger population-centers, .

I i! had been received that.an officer! would l I ranza to be nearing a successful iI I I greater than the ordinary person im J. C. CONE ftt'

: .-The county commissioners -' !lt' sent for Avant he accompaniedMcKay termination. It is claimed that he I agines. It i is not only the "shrinking" Lawtey, Florida 'I

of Okaloosa county, sitting at to the county jail. He gave j 'iwl a band of :!OO men have been sur- Crashes Into Sour Bile making : nickel but the "squeezed" cent as well *
and ,
MilHgan.: after a three day canvass no detail of the crime with which he rounded by 10.li)0) loyal troops that builds up immense institutions.Paln .-
finished that Villa will soon be eliminated. You Sick and You Lose .
and tabulation, have just is charged and Wai officials express-j Reach Post.5ICCESFI'L

checking the petition requesting the ed considerable curiosity regarding the ira j Another rumor that has reached the Day's Work. I

calling of an election to designate: a >{'. as it is very rare for bond to be border is that Carranza soon will retire BEE MAN I.A

site for the feat. The complete of as commander of the constitutionalist -i -
county allowed a man under! a charge mur- j <
tabulation to favor the ', ;: forces and become a candidatefor Calomel salivates! It's mercury
seems der. E. Ault, of Bradcntown, is the
conclusion that there are nine more I II I I the presidency; of Mexico. Calomel acts like dynamite on a sluggish owner of seven colon!'':? of Italian IJee<;.

than the proper number of voters PEN'S -\CI.A.-In the Court of Record i liver. When calomel comes into One apiary i is located at Cortez Mr. CHEEfNEACSCOrfEES
duly An election Had to Have a Cold Hang On. contact with sour bile it crashes into IIal
qualified on the list. started this with :!ih \es
the case of H. C. Harper. former I II III Ault apiary
nust now be called for after at least of the Century school. \'sthl' Don't let your cold hansr on, rack I it, causing cramping and nausea.. j and it has increased until n :SO Crest- principal ''I and Income chronic whenlr. If feel bilious, headachy, con '
and system
days' notice. Milligan your you
board of public instruction of Es 37; hives. Friday made the fourth rob-
view are hot contenders. Bell's Pine Tar Honey will help stipated and all knocked out, just go
trial. since March, with 400, WO, 1,100andl.tOO
placed on bery
cambia county was I
you. It heals the inflammation and to your druggist and get a 50 cent al
: that his reputation as a pounds respectively amount-
Claiming soothes the cough and loosens the bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone, whichis
r J\ISSDDIEE.-Ad\'it'es from Tallahassee -, teacher was hurt by dismissal from ing to over 3,500 pounds in all, with
'phlejrm. You breathe easier at once. a harmless vegetable substitute for
Ulnk state that a charter has been the principalship, the plaintiff sues i the wax. Mr. Ault claims more money Best By Every Test
is laxative
) Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey a dangerous calomel. Take a spoonfuland .
issued to the Kissimmee Oil Company. for $2,500 damages. It was stated tar syrup, the pine tar balsam if it doesn't start your liver and made from the wax than tre honey.He .

This is the company recently organized that Prof. Harper held a contract to has a tent pitched away fro mthe
j[i j heals the raw spots, loosens the mucous straighten you up better and quicker 1
to take over the of the defunct -' months and had only in which he has a separatorthat ."
property teach for eight and prevents irritation of the than nasty calomel and without making apiary
company which was boring for four"months when his services I revolves and extracts the honey,
I I ught bronchial tubes. Justs get a bottle of you sick, you just go back and get
i tnen. near Kissimmee Park. The new I i were dispensed with on the ground Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey today. It's your money.If returning the same combs to the hives. Optician Tested

company expects to begin operations that he could not maintain disciplinethe I guaranteed to help you. At drug- you take calomel today you'll be Mr. Ault also states that rainless JACKSONVILLE ,FLA. f
at an early date and continue th" school. He sues for the balance sick and nauseated tomorrow; besidesit weather is better for the bees than to j

ountil! work started by the former company alleged to be due on the contract and Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up System may salivate you, wile if you take "ve a wet season. Friday fourteen Broken Same Ltrv'aecjDuplic&ttd"* u RecievedWi5z.

818 frat !Jn trying to locate oil. The company asks to be recompensed for the mental j The Old Standard general strengthening TONIC,drivel toule.GRoVE'S out. Dodson's Liver Tone you will wake up sixty-pound cans were filled and a ontider.We': !. PtJ Posta(.

*? Js incorporated for $12,000 and the officers -. anguish he suffered and the damagehis Milaria.enriches TASTELESS the blood Chill.and builds tip the astA'11. feeling great, full of ambition and lare iron barrel was filled in bulk 140 W--P3SYTM:-_ _$1._ _
I are: C. W. Ward president; prestige as a teacher sustained on A true tonic For adults and children. 50<:. ready for work or play. It's harmless, besides.; This is the best robbing he -- -- '

pr* ; John M. Lee, vice-president and G. F. account of his treatment by the board pleasant and safe to give to children; has had from his colony of bees.Cortez Read the Brwiford County Tele ..

*rlbbs, secretary and treasurer. cf instruction. I Read the Tele raD'* -S1.50 a yeai. they like it. ((13- 4>i) Correspondent in Tampa Tribune. graph-the horw :.paper. V


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Bradford no better advertising for the county ; state after the Civil War, was shown II odd coincidence, was the year of Good- RAIFORI NEWS visitor to Jach"'t1\ ille Monday: I

County TelegraphPublished could be had than the generous actionof by the returns to have been defeated.It year's birth. Half a century later a Editor J. T.I Rwis, of the Tribune

the bond trustees.. was believed that the returns were Boston navigator brought from Brazila (Continued From Page 8)) was a business' vi.-itor to Johnsto!

Weekly, and entered as second The bond trustees are Messrs. E. L. I fraudulent and a contest was institu- number of pairs of boots which had Tuesday .

Ferran, E. E. Edge, and R. F. E. ted with the result that Mr. Drew was been coated with the milk of the rub I :Mr. and Mrs. Luther Pinholster and Hon. A, V. fling- and Mr. ,
at H '
i class matter at the post-office 'ocke. They accepted their trust two I j shown to have been elected. In due ber tree. Their popularity was immediate little son, of Lake Butler, are the Richard, of SU.Xfe, were visitors c.

-- S Starke, Florida.E. years ago arid have discharged to the season he was inaugurated as governor on account of their imperviousness guests of friends here this week. Raiford Satunb.v! to

satisfaction of all the strenuous task and the state .was redeemed from to water. But no more than two Miss Nannie Andrews is visiting Mr. and Mrs. ,f, W. Martin, of Rai

S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner of arranging for and supervising the the control of as corrupt a band of centuries previously the fact that the i relatives in Worthington this week. ford, were visitiu- relatives in Worth.

H. E. LAGERGREX, Associate Editor building of a system of hard-surfaced j plunderers as ever disgraced the Spaniards in the New World made a Miss Mazie Simmons, who has been ngton Saturday and Sunday.

I -- roads gridironing the county. This j I earth. It is worthy of note, too, that practice of waxing their canvass coats the guest of her aunt, Mrs. A. D. Corporal Hoi./: Smith left Tuesday

II I I has required so much work and so ;|. the supreme court judges who passed j! with rubber juice to keep out the rain. Andrews, forseveral weeks, ]left ]last to resume .his ri-Jif in the Coast Artillery .

r I The Okeechobee branch of the" Coast much financial ability that even $;)000 ,:! on the Drew contest were republicans. j Our common noun "mackintosh" is a week for Jacksonville. We under- in Pan r';a.

Line railway may not be a "scenic would have been a ridiculously low ,I If the supreme court judges of 187G tribute to the canniness of a Scotchman stand Miss Simmons will teach in : .-'----

"i 1 route," but it is certainly a melodious salary and they have disbursed halfa I could give a decision that meant the Charles Mackintosh, who improved Duval Bounty this year. CITY COUNlT', MET

I one. Even harsh-voiced cowboy flag million dollars, and $45,000; besides, end of their party's control in this on this early raincoat by dissolvinga IN KWSULAR; ;

t ; men must turn euphonious when they for interest and sinking ufnd. The I state, surely we can believe that noth- thin layer of the solution between Miss Louamanda Pinholster, of _L_-...VContinu SESSION

, : announce stations with such names as $075 they have accepted just about I ing but the highest considerations of two pieces of cloth. From the double Lake Butler, was the guest of friends ( #NJom; Page 1.

} Chuluota, Pacataw, Wewahotee, Salof- pays for the gas they have used for justice will move our state courts at I thickness he made water-proofs that here several days this week. 7_ )

I i ke, Lokosee, Hilolo, etc. There is aplace their cars. this time in deciding a contest between I won world-wide popularity.The W. S. Graham and son visited Jack- J.V.. Andrew*. J-..' d.) -----"".

1 c I. named Yeehaw, to be sure, but It is cheering to learn that the peo- two members of the democratic I II I i harvesting rubber consti- so'Aille Wednesday. S.J. A.W. Ir White>an ,do do-- -'...'_.0. _---. 1.00 fW

I after the passengers have been charm ple of Lake county fully appreciate party. I tutes a chapter in human experience Hon. A. D. Andrews was a business J. C. Wills. do.! -'.-Uh.-- _-_-_"-" J-W

ed by the trainmen's soft cooing, it ,, this magnanimous act of the bond ],I In making his contest :Mr. Knott is which for adventure, romance, suffering visitor to Jacksonville Wednesday.The Silas.\. S. Kite Cows Salary. Tn..alary "" i't5G?*
t rs.1 fea
t would be cruel to call out that place, ] trustees and give them unstinted acting entirely within his legal rights. i j and daring rivals that of the pur- ladies of the W. C. T. U., of fcj Burned Sal.l;"-_. and ."u......-- -" JJ-JJ
, and Yeehaw skipped. It is only a' praise therefor. Even the most gen-i Had :Mr. Catts been shown by the face suit of almost any other commodity Raiford, gave an ice cream supper I'. S. McMillan.S. .'lkl l )polic- _'_ lS.ot:r
C. F. 1100\' .
m' Mafees
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t flag: station, anyway I erous person will tire of giving money j of the returns to have been defeated, j prized by man the lure of gold alone Friday night, which as well as beinga Silas Kite, Ftwdm.ierisoner---." ttoo;:

and service if it is not appreciated. and, acting on the belief that there | t'xcepted. Under the direction and financial success was enjoyed by all Jake. Johns tt'itnGJ fffSu. 2.10 i'1R.
has invented I that attended. W. Mjsey.! Wit- ..s fees ..
A South Florida genius was; error or fraud in the returns, had spur of the white explorer and trader C. .\. Futch. Cl,-.k> fet-e-----------u" '

i" a "combination pipe, lighter, spirit I THREE GOOD POINTS : instituted a contest, he would have i the native rubber gatherers plunge I LittleIisse": :Mary Cordray and I Marshall & Bruce t'fax I**,!k.,- '"-"_ 13.04 22.30
. I knife blade and Eva KachelHoffer of Jacksonville, Hradford County 't :Wrai.h.
compass, cleaner, been acting entirely within his rights, through the snake-infested jungles of are and I'ulili.-hinir :\ _Printing .. .
.. : t t corkscrew." This combination has all I President Wilson's note to Great and he would have had no adverse the Amazon the Orinoco and the congo I the guest of their aunt, Mrs W. II. Starke. Telephone 1',-".--Tel-----not----' ---"" i!
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skinned mile. We suggest Harrell here this week. Mrs. :'olurrh... Reit'id
others & i criticism from this paper. If he believes taresBradford
black-listing making and inch half
'f Britain, protesting her : cuts and a Co. Hank T' .
balloon be added to j Dr. and :Mrs. W. W. Farnell and -fund tatcs-- minature ,
that a now that he has not received W. L.
of American manufacturers and long, three-eights of an inch and a Wall ('ireehitf---
I I support part of the weight of the pipe, 1,. tradesmen, contains three good points: I justice; in any part of the state, the II half long, three-eights of the bark of :Mrs. Clifford Jones, Misses Mae Dees, Gus Beasley. Fire:'*n-------------- 10.00 4,00
Chas _
lieas-ley do : __
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with all those Cora Connie ---
and Journeyand "-
which must be heavy much him Thompson -- 5.00
courts are just as open to
: First, citizens of the United Statesare i I the tropical trees. These trees some- Ab Sydboten. du.----------:
accessories. The balloon could be fill- iI j t i i bid :Messrs. J. L. Whitten and A. M. Johns do \ ___ 5.00
well within their rights in attempting as they are to Mr. Knott and we i times attain the height of GO feet and I II ---- l--.u.n- ____ 5.00
4 ed with smoke from the pipe. The him in legal and orderly i Jones, visited Kingsley lake Sunday. Will moitt. do .. _un.u. 5.00
to trade with the people, or ,; proceed a I a circumference of 8 feet, says the I Drew Alvarez do i*. ___ _" :
i lighter may serve to keep the smoker, the governments, of any of the nations;' manner to establish his rights. If Bulletin: of National Geographic So :Miss Penn Whitten returned to her Cliff Chancy .do ."-.--UUh_------_-"-__"_ tji
.i\ thej: home in Raiford after few Allen Canova. do __ '?:
when it is dark from sticking through such process he should over- I Beneath these "wounds" the Sunday a ; Uu-- -'u" 5.00
they comply ciety.
now at war, so long as K.: B. Shipman. ii.----------------| ,
knife blade into his mouth instead of with well-defined international prac- come the lead that :Mr. Knott now has native attaches small cups to catch week's visit with relatives in Georgia. Will lia'olen. do ri._n___""__ U..??

I the mouth-piece of the pipe. The combination the on him and be declared the rightful I the :Mesdames H. G. Stone and W. C. Wm. Wainriifht. i.; -____--- "_" ,.00 X
second rubber-milk which is the
tices and understandings ,
I ; sap Harold Wall do ___ I...;;
will excellent one Whitten Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Denmark ---- :.ot
the he ,
prove an safeguards which are provided by international nominee of democratic party of the tree. The average Para rubber Frank Lane, do --f u
for fishermen. Fish can be dressed would have the active support of every :Mr. and :Mrs. W. T. Ritch, :Miss Eva Koad at*: BridgeTu'nd"Quiifley lOO
law for neutral commercein tree yields two of milk
I ounces a day.
with the cleaner. The question, ) loyal democrat in the state. But it is in Byrd and Messrs. Earl Whitten and Lbr Co. J'tr and nail,. __. ..81
the smoke J.
!I time of war ought certainly to be thickening of a wood W. Andreusn.. Hauling _
"Who's got the corkscrew.?" will be which too much for :Mr. Catts to expect that lerbert Ritch spent Thursday at Frederick Disinfectant Co.. 1 Di.inr.i.-: Bop
utilized before resort to remedy I and palm nut fire this milk yields one-
_____ ,. _
I I heard and "Loan me the democrats the state will turna Kingsley lake. tant non i uu.h_ .
no more your of 58.11
well-de- .third its of the rubber
that weight W.
clearly implies some prized F. Molt, Sca\'"KH work-... _
4 pipe so I can open this bottle" will fined international practices and deaf ear to the decisions of the the normal annual production of a :Messrs. :Marcus and Bill Browne, Ifcjyl Fund 6l j

take its place. What the "spirit com courts and be guided by his lurid oratory Ed Edwards, Harold Pierce and Earn- A. F. Harley 3 l'nt of $2.731.85
held too lightly by tree being ten pounds of rubber and
understandings are I paid to J. B. Mcfary Co________
pass" might be used for is not quite Great Britain and too frequently- and wild charges of fraud. If he I the flow continues fairly constant for est Wells, of Lawtey, attended the J. B. McCreary Co > 13: per cent completed 82.SJ

clear, but it is probably a useful article regarded; third, resort to extraordinary hopes to command the attention of a a lumber of years. ice cream supper here last Friday H. E. Lagergren work to 4ir} 28, 1916___ I.751.8J

for the low-spirited and lost fisher- remedy can in the end be con majority of the democratic voters of While the most approved method of night. D. E. Knight, Att.recs.---------orveying------- 55.00 igj

men. strued only as confession of the inef- the state, and be by them elected to thehighest reducing the milk to rubber in South Mr. and Mrs. Elly :Minis and childrn Bradford Ceunty I<:4.;.. Draft attached

e office within their gift he must of Ft. Pierce, left for their home' to deed_for_ _one____ai_ W. land from B. F.
wonderful fectiveness of the blockade establishedby America is by thickening in smoke, Seals u ,:-;-----.u---,___ 151.00
The Deutschland, that meet orderly process with orderly Saturday after a few day's visit with The Council -journed!
Great Britain against the nations natives of Africa often resort to the : to August
I product of the hand and brain, is on I process and establish his right to this relatives and friend* here. 14th. -'
i with which she is at war. These three practice of covering their bodies with ; .
I her wpy; toward home after having consideration. He will be able Mrs. S. Smith and little -
not to W. daughters
indict- the is taken the J'r. A. FUTCH
I j i; points might be counts in an fluid as it from tree.
successfully: eluded the enemy ships bulldose and brow-beat people into Kathleen and Sarah, are visiting '
|: ment charging the deliberate disregard -j Then, after there has been enough I .V; Town Clerk.
bent on her destruction. The courage supporting him if it is shown by legal relatives in Jacksonville this week. .; _
the rubber residue is i
of neutral rights. evaporation,
self-confidence and skill of her officers that he is entitled to the :Messrs. Dennis Roberts and Emmon I
process I :Mrs. D. R.
I| The exact situation on the high seas I 'Taped off and molded into cubes. In EcJards. and little sons,
is no less remarkable than the craft Harrison and little Miss
I should not escape attention. For the nomination that he now holds through the Fiji Islands the rubber workersuse Russie Ware, Ruffiin and Wijttam. spent several
herself. "The water just outside of I the technical of the law. of Worthington, visited friends here
2 operations I days last week lake
, shallow that first time in history a nation at war their mouths as "retorts" or "sep- of{ Kingsley and
t the three-mile limit so has succeeded in absolutely prevent- I He has been challenged to establish I arators," the rubber pellets as they Tuesday. j while there wifthe guests of :Mrs.
, !r I can't dive under the bottom of the Mayor B. I).
'i? right to this nomination through Kelly was a business Edwards' brothelMr.
ing the nations with which she is at form being taken in the fingers and E. S. Matthews.
a cruisers; I'll have to go between from in on the courts. If he cannot do so, if the molded into balls.. Th wonderful'growth !'
engaging commerce
them, said the captain, and these I
i l legal proceedings now in progress
the high seas. Having accomplishedthis of "automobile industry has
, simple words are worthy of going into j show that :Mr. Knott is entitled to the .
the demand
increased for rub
much she now undertakes to regulate sharply
I I history along with Magellan's famous of neutrals disregard I nomination, then Mr. Catts is no longer j ber. I@I@lGl@II@r@x.@L@lt1m
the commerce to -
words anent the shape of the earth- entitled to consideration from the
international I '
their under -
' rights
j both expressing hope and confidence. their members of the democratic party, and COTTON CROP WILL BE SHORT.
law, and impose penalties upon
. I J Those who dared to risk treasury and citizens in violation of principles and I they should not, and will not, permit I SANITATION!_ I
valuable goods on an experimental
his ambition to be to disorganize
practices under the same law. If I governor Heavy damage to the growingcot-
undersea ship, beset on all sides by &&
and disrupt the that
party redeemed -
e '1'Great Britain is permitted to "get ton between June 25 and July I ii!
i enemies and mines, also deserve commendation their state from the hands of crop "
for their boldness and away" with this she will indeed become 25 has caused a reduction of 1,350,000 1
, j a set of political pirates and placed j
I the mistress of the sea. Thereis bales in the prospective production.The t
f faith. "Fortune favors the brave, ,, it on the road to the splendid growth \
j SftI
necessity, therefore, not only for August cotton of the De- j
says an old adage. It is to be hoped I and prosperity that it has since en- '. report I
4 ; that the other old adage, about the protest, but for combined action on partment of Agriculture announcedthis i! r& ,

i pitcher going to the well once too i, the part of all neutral countries to joyed. j week indicates a production of !
J On the other hand, if the legal pro-
protect their national rights and thoseof 12.016,000 equivalent to 500-pound
in the '
often, will not come true ceedings already instituted :Mr.
I' I.I Peutschland's case.CONSIDER. their citizens; and the principlesand by bales, compared with U.2l 6,000 bales
e ,I practices of international law. 1 I Knott, or that may hereafter be instituted -, forecast from the condition of the crop H .
Mr. should show Mr.
f THE BEEt ; Only as they succeed in so doing will by Catts, | June 25. The condition during the r
Catts be the nominee of It
to rightful
I J. I they have an opportunity to disposeof the democratic then believe I month dropped 8.8 per cent to 72.3 I!
surplus products in the markets of party we of a normal. t
1. In the past it was usual to see in that democrat should line i
the world. As the largest and most every up I That compares with 11,191,820 Let and
figure do
I Florida country stores cakes of bees behind :Mr. Catts and elect him by a us your Plumbi1JflLatest.and ,
influential nation among neutral nations bales, last year's final production, 16-
wax, which were common articles of triumphant majority over such other
the United States should take 134.930: in 1914 l-t,151-18i bales in most up-to-date methods.
V v barter along with cakes of tallow, candidates have hereafter j ;
as or
I may I
the lead in forcing Great Britain to 1913 and 12.703,421: bales in 1912. : Q
hide-bottomed chairs, yellow sugar, enter the field. This believes
J observe international law.-Exchange. paper Reviewing the crop conditions, the Good Plumbing insures the best Santifiry Conditions. .
arrowroot starch and several other ." that the preservation of the demo-
Bureau of Crop Estimates said:
home-made products which are not' CAPTAIN LEGISLATION cratic in Florida is f and
I. A party paramountto "The month ending July 25 has been Tining general repairing. h
seen now. Among the market quotations -- the political ambition of Mr. Knottor
only fair for cotton in most of the belt
in the Savannah News always :Mr. Catts other We
was or any man.
s Senators who voted for the rural wet of Mississippi: river and in R
headed "Florida cannot afford to have the torn
.. a department credits bill are being given exaggerated I I party Tennessee, and unfavorable east of the
Produce," and there beeswax and honey asunder and take the chance of lapsing eI
credit by the newspapers friendlyto river and in Louisiana.
to Almost : into such hateful conditionas 8 ,
were sure appear. every Journal in halfa any a
them. The Atlanta "East of he Missisipi; a severe
farmer then had few "bee gums" thrown off when F.
a was George I.
I column on the front page empha- tropical storm through portions of r
from which he once and awhile gather.' Drew succeeded in establishing his M
t sized the part played by Hoke Smithin I. Florida. Alabama and Mississippi, ear- Q IN
ed honey and wax. The bees had to election to the governorship throughan
its passage. That half-column did ly in July, and an extremely heavy
v subdued and killed smoke j to the courts.
be mostly by appeal
not mention Senator Fletcher and one tlo'.t nnour at mid-July in the Carolinas

before it was safe to "rob" the "gums"and unfamiliar with the bill would have together with heavy and almost con- .

y" the bees made the robbers pay NO MARKET FOR THEM: "
I been surprised to note that Senator stant rains during July throughoutthe

dearly for their booty. It was heroic I Fletcher received one of the two gold entire Eastern belt, have put the i

( work to handle bees in those days. | pens used by the President in signing The News receives nearly every crop badly in the grass, leached out .

I ,, like But bee keeping eJse.has The progressed modern the act of Congress, and Senator Hoke week, letters and phone messages ask much of the already deficient fertilizer Quigley Lumber & Suppl Co.

everything I Smith received none. ing about the sale of rags, newspapers, and greatly facilitated the activityof

1 hives can be emptied at any time with Senator Fletcher must be given most brass, etc. At the present time, we the boll weevil." 't
perfect safety and the combs come of the credit for the legislation whichis know of no rrurket where such waste 0 "The Happy Home Builders'.!
1 : out in SQuare, clean amber sheets. LET HOGS DIP THEMSELVESLice C* #
of such importance to the farmersof products can be sold at a profit. The
I' Yet few in this section _J'
t very men keep the nation. price offered for them is so little it

F bees nowadays, though it is hard to He is not a dreamer of dreams so does not pay to gather and ship them. and fleas are so prevalent in ] Xt) I e
tell The for bees
i : why. pastures are I much as he is a doer of deeds. He is The freight rates eat up the entire Florida that every hog farmer should ,
:et richer than former days and honey I
1 I not magnificently neutral like so many returns.If make some provision against them. -- -
and in demand. We advise I l
wax are -
members of legislative bodies whose the of Jacksonville
,, people or There are two ways of combattinglice. .
t every farmer to get a few improved dignified neutrality is broken only bya some other central point would get One is to pour oil over the '
e hives and some bees to give him movement toward the man who pays together and establish a paper mill, hogs at feeding time and the other is

honey for home use and to sell. out the $7,500 salary. A man who can there might be a market for the several to let the hogs dip themselves. Thisis Give Your Livera Cance
Bees also of value for
are great
distributing pollen from one flower to plan a piece of constructive legislationlike I thousand tons of old newspapers, the easiest way and it is perhapsmore

the rural credits bill and keep his magazines: rags, etc., now going to efficient.A. ,

' another kept'ery, and were field they and more garden generally shoulder against it, pushing it through I waste in Florida. But in Florida we I P. Spencer, district atent for Take a time tried and proven remedy for Liver fcbmplaints* Cost!
both Houses and past the executive is are all so intent on securing tourists the of Florida E.\ension h
: University Bad
planted for the sake of the seeds would i DienjSSi.BiIiousncss' Jaundice, Kidney Trouble Impure or .
a man of unusual power, a leader of and arranging for their pleasure, that Division that oil be Blood
suggests pouredover Pimples Indigestion If from take
l' yield heavier, as would also fruit and To suffering I sse
men. execute it-how different! have little
I we or no time to arrange the water in the hog wallow. Irthis
nut trees. The cost of a few hives is After you have the plans it takes almost for and encourage factories and farml'rs.IeLand the animals will the
small little way keep I j Dr. Thacher's Liver and mM
'y t.' they occupy space and genius to build a battle-cruiser. News.ROMANCE pests off without further trouble S vruD ,
: the work of caring for them is hardlyto I _
-- nn -
speaks of the labor required to j I the owner. Since the wallow is necIessary 1'1 I

o.: be considered. put an idea into marble or on canvass OF RUBBERIt II it had just as well be used as a" Your wbeD.Liter aelected and they Kidneys become are yo.r beat friends if yon keep them good eondition, Iud >,

.t or in words or in music-to give it your most dangerous enemies. IFj LAKE COUNTY'S GLORY form and dipping vat at the same time. ibpited you should immediately take this great preptrilion-SW J1- U dealers.
I I permanence. Objective re- is difficult to realize that rubber's: I, ,

i I ality. This labor is dusty, tiring, dis-I role in modern warfare has been played [ KNOCKING THE DELINQUENTSUBSCRIBER ==

The Eustis Lake Region makes |I agree/-le. Only the great artist will j ji only during the last <>0 years. This- .... -- -= 3

much ado over the fact that the trus- :i. undertake it. followed that I
I II happy accident when I
tees having charge of, the $500,000 I I I Senator Fletcher has the energy, the Charles Goodyear, .
a Connecticut inventor !
bond issue for good roads in Lake purpose and application, the tact, the [ dropped a mixture of There is a story, for the historical

,p county will not accept the lawful fee poise, the air of common-sense, and i rubber on a hot stove and sulphurand accuracy of which we cannot vouch, B. z. MATTHEWt. .t

"' .._ of $5000 tendered them, and have only I the gift of common-sense necessary I! the long-sought discovered -that an editor once applied at the
I secret of s
put in a bill for their expenses, $675. to assemble the votes to give life to I which prevents the vulcanization door of hades for admission. "Well, Artesian Well Driller t rr: -I

We see nothing remarkable about it, law. | from becoming brittle in cold gum sir," replied his sable" majesty, the ,. .., ,

: for it is in line with so many: other | He is a Captain of legislation.-Harry stick when warm.It weatherand devil, "we let one of your professionin ;

:" public-spirited acts of Lake county' Floyd in Tampa .Tribune. j was during Columbus' second here years ago, and he kept up a I have had twenty-four years experience in

I. citizens. The leading men there work --- '. --- to the New World visit continual row with his former delinquent I 5':::' .

- ,is r r' together for the good of the county, ELECTION CONTESTS.When i the natives that of his Haiti sailors observed :! subscribers;i' and, as we have Well drilling in Florida. 5 i ,

; { \ hoping for reward later, on the principle with a ball of gum which playing more of that class of persons here f: '"

4 :... that one must sow before one you come to think of it elec-i extraordinary elastic possessed than any other, we have passed a law I guarantee to satisfactorily complelfallIo'4tIR. '
qualities. :
can reap. They are not self-seeking tion contests are not such bad things. years later when it was Many prohibiting the admission of editors. M

',r ,i: and penurious, but broad-minded and Florida was redeemed from the hid that this gum could be used discovered to rub Exchange.. I -----CONTRACTS. =1.

: ; 's. large-hearted and work for the good of eous night-mare of carpet bag repub- / pencil marks it was given the out > Drives Out Malaria--S, Builds Up
name of
; ;; all. The result is already seen in the lican rule through an appeal to the i I 'Indian rubber." Old SUadtid ft-ener ittnfthentag Ionic.GROVE'S Raiford, :-: Florid ':;

I tremendous strides toward eminencein courts. George F. Drew, the first ) Rubber was introduced into. the I TASTELESS Chill TONIC,drives out J

; in all directions of Lake county, and democratic governor elected in this United States in 1880 which I MaUm.enriches the Mood.and builds up the*ysn. .
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H. D. Wasdin came in from Graham ++l'I I III I Illllllll :' ->
Monday to transact business. years. Chief Penick's father died "Why," she .1sk'l, looking up at

when he was only eight years of age, him. :;

of Gladys Gardiner is visiting Geor- i\\AttheChurches. and he Was carried by his uncle to i Perhaps he wisht.| to tell the truth,
Bits Localnformation
gia Epperson at Lake Butler. +fI III lit Minim HIM the west coast where he came under perhaps he only Wished to see wat
the influence of Bishop Penick of the te little girl would;]o. At any rate

Prof. Maston Brooker ST. MARKS CHURCH Episcopal church, who later brought he said to her, quit frankly, "*! want
Hayes of
10 a. m., Sunday School. him to tlis country, where he entered to swear." *
business in Starke Monday.Mr. .
11 a. m., Morning prayer and ad- school and got an education. He worked I "Go ahead," rtpli(y the child; "don't

II ......"' 0. ?...t.. 3uku..1 J. L. Anderson of Lulu was a dress. his TO y through college, and tooka mind me. My fathe; has a motor too.
r NI" ids .... c...." .U 7>..... Jfc M. M. FRYER, Rector. high stand in his class, graduatingwith 'I
business visitor in Starke
: Monday hon Jr*. Later, he took a theo- + + + + + + txt + + + + +

t. We will sell either one o f our :, logical course and took his degree as + +

-iiii J. L. Stalsby, of Lawtey, was a homes here in Starke now at a price :'i: a doctor of divinity and has devoted + CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING *

K. C. Scott spent Sunday in Der r Smith Denmark, of Raiford, was business visitor to Starke Thursday. that wouldn't be considered in six I)I himself since that time to mission +

Land. in town Wednesday. month Jay S. Brown. it I work. + + + + + + + 4 + + + + + + +
0. W. Maines, of )Monteocha was
business in Starke Thurs- I I He has been back to his country FOR SALE-About?:20 head of meat
transacting + + + + + + + + + + + + + + since then
+ ; has
and established a hogs. D. Bow. hone
Sweet: corn is still being shipped I Miss Leslie Jackson, of Ocala, is day. ;I ): 3, Starke.lt
I + LEGAL NOTICES school there on the order of the Tusk-
Starke. visiting Miss Florence Canova.
from i iJ Gooei ,
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + egee institute presided over by Booker FOR SALE.- i horse. D. C. ;
T. W. Fielding, Esq., of Gainesville'bad "
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Washington. He has been for Jones, Starke. 714tf.
:. O. Daniel has been in Key West Mrs. Johnson departed for her legal business in Starke Thursday UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 48E'. his sent -. -. "
by people several times
during the week. home LArtS or FLORIDA to eturntriwl FOR SALE. Good jnilch
Mayo, Tuesday, after a visit and cow, three-
Notice is hereby given that O. W. Thomas.rurchawr take the government of the ,
with her daughter Mrs. C. A. fourths Jersey wih fine heifer calf.
Knight. of Tax Cutil'cate00.. 13!!. dated !! but he has declined in order de ,
Special Sale on Men's and Boy'sPalm Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard, of the 3rd day of AuRUft A. D., \1H has filed to 8-ll-3t / W. WHITE
Beach suits at Stump's. ] The Methodist Sunday School held 1 Lawtey were visitors to Starke Tuesday aid certificate in my office and has made application his time to helping his people to W .
I fur tax died to issue in accordance come civilized and to know the gospel.His FOR SALE-Klor.'jiyke; strawberry
treir annual picnic at the Matthews with law. Said certificate embraces the following -
J;ev. J. A. Ilendry made a trip to place on Kingsley lake last Thursday. Scribed projrrty situated in Bradford country is in the very heart of plants, bed or taousand.!' W. A.
County Florida to witE' of SW'4 and Africa and has
GainesvilleIonday.. Ancil Cone of Lake Butler was 8\\"' 5,000,000 inhabitants, Bessent Star e. S-ll-tf
of SE'i. See 4. Tp T, S. R. 20 E.. 120 of which .
he is the Christian. --
Wed- acres. The said land being assessed at the only He --
Vivarette Floyd and Clara Wain- transacting business in Starke
of had busine date of the issuance of such certificate in thennme :;j I is laboring to help them, and will re- FOR REXT-Stoie room on Call .1
S. T. Starling, Lawtey, .
right last week the nesday.Gen. of
were at
guests UNKNOWN.
Unless said certificate ]I
I turn to Farjah in the near future but street lately vacatfd by J. S. Brown
s in Starke Monday. j home shall lie re.lvem.-'l according; to law tat deed I 'I
of Mr. and Mrs J. F. Kickliter, I
will issuithereon on the 12th day of SeptemI I I I I will not take up the throne of his I Apply to J. E. Kutch. 8-4-tf.
at Kingsley lake. Chas. P. Lovell of Jacksonville her. A. D.. 1916. ,
W. M. StalFord: of Williston, has was a business visitor to Starke V.'itniTS in? rtf'cia: signature and !seal this father, but will labor among his peo- SEWING-We do! hem-stitching and
the 10th day of August A. D.. 1916. ple to help them improve and develop R
been in Starke this week. j i Special Sale on Men's and Bo"sPalm Monday W. T. WEEKS. their picot edge work. Samples on request -

Beach suits" at Stump's. Cleric Circuit Court Bradford County, Flor country. Singer Sifting Machine Co.. ,
Rev Pela Penick
is African of
Mr. O. W. White was a visitor to E. A. Kennedy, of Lake Geneva, ida. an Gainesville, Fb. S-4-2t
i SEAL F-113t the blackest hue. One needs
Jacksonville last Monday Miss Florence Lindsey has returned was among the visitors in Starke -- t'
NOTICE OF see him to realize that. He is intelligent FOR SALE i
home after a visit of several weeks Thursday.Mrs. APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED -Strawberry plants;, by
UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 48S. however, and has frank the I
Special Sale on Men's and Boy's with her sister, Mrs. I). J. Hunt, of LAWS OF FLORIDA a man- bed or 1,000. Improved Klon-
Palm Beach suits at Stump's. Jacksonville.Mrs. E. F. Pomeroy, of Jacksonville Nolice !s hereby mien that E. Kennedy, ner and is above the average negro dyke. See J. D. Mills, Starke, I
purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 11! :>. dated that travels around lecturing on Af- Fla.
will visit Mrs. J. M. Mitchell 3t-7:81I:1CH1ESItmtri
I the 3rd day of 'Aupast A. D.. 1914. has filed f
Cary; Ennis is in Tampa visitinghis ) X. W. Francis and her mother for several days next week. .mid certificate in mv office, and has made rica. While Roosevelt was on his t
I. application for tax deed to issue in accordance famous hunting trip in Africa, he by week or
pa'rents Mr. and Mrs. W. B. En-
;MrsLee, came: down to Stark last with law. Said certificate embracesthe
passed the borders of Penick's month. Sold n aerni" Good f
Postmaster J. W. Alvarez has following ii,''cril ed near
nis. i I !Sunday and are again at their rome > property situated in
Walnut bought the desirable property at the Bradford e'JUnh. Florida, to wit: Com atNE country, and Penick, who was in Far- allowances for old machines. Singer -
i on for of SEI of Sec. 24 and S. 161
Mrs. C. A. Mixcn sas returned home corner of Walnut and Jefferson rds.. thenceV.. 20 rds., thence N.run 160 rd>!., jah at that time, paid him a visit as Sewing Machine' Co., Gaines-

from a visit to relatives in Gainesville, j Rub- Tism-\ntis'ptis, Anodyne streets from Mrs. B. B. Hopson.Messrs. thence.' E. 20 rds to pt of bl'1!. Sec 24. Tp 8. cfits all honorable visitors to that ville, Fla., 8-4 2t
R. 20 acres. The Laid land being assessedat section of the world. He will tell a ---
' Ga. -Kills pain stops putrefaction.Mr. 'he date of the i."Ufir.ce Df such certificatein i iRoose'elt FOR SALE-Comft rtable house with
0.: J. Griffin and family, the name of Mrs C. N. Payne. Unless good deal about the expedition of rt"i
eight rooms and :51
caM certificate shall be redeemed accordingto acre
Mr. R. A. Weeks has returned rome | and Mrs. W. J. Griffin and son, W. J. Griffin and family?of Jackson- law tax deed will issue thereon on the and his hunt in Africa and lot in Hampton. : Reasonable terms

after spending two weeks.at White '; Eugene, of Jacksonville, were weekend ville, and X. T. Ritch and family, lf:' day of SenWnher .A. D., 1916. many other interesting things about Write Mrs Annie E. Young, Hampton

Springs. i guests at the home of Mr. and were guests of Mr. J. F. Kickliter and I thiinth witness day my of official Auirust.signature A. D.. and 1916.eal this his country. I II I I Fla. 331tf.

Mrs. 0. J. Griffin. family, last Sunday, at Kingsley lake. W. T. WEEKS ---" -
Ladies' t Tier':' Circuit Court Bradford County, Florida. XOTICE FOR SALE-40 acres of land
Special Sale on high grade j i good ,

slippers-$1.49 at Stump's.Mrs. j> M. Levitcn is in New York visiting'relatives. : Dr. L. L. Britt of Chipley)', Fla., arrived 1)> R. A. WEEKS Persons desiring to settle their ac- ]!; well timbered, near Humphrey's

It is probable that he will in Starke Thursday and will locale ,SEAM Deputy tllrtMAYOR'S Cler1. counts with me during my absence ,I still, very cheap; also 5-room cottage -

Annie Pettit, of Alachua, is make such: business arrangements as here for the practice of dentistry. tray make pa> ment.- at ih-n I Bask: '-f |I in Starke for sale cheap or .

his He will the offices lately vacajed I PROCLAMATION Starke. '!. for rent. MRS. R. R. IIOFFMAX: ,
An- New York occupy
visiting her mother, Mrs. J. W. to make permanent 1 C. F. lIo,.over :Mayor of the town of I.
1 Dr. U. G. Turner. ... DR. A. H. FREEI.8l12t Starke, Fla. 8-ll-2t
srews, Sr. home. : by SIar Florida by \irtue of the authority .. .
1 \fstt-d in me by law do hereby call an elect --- ---- -- t
I :"n to to* held at the TOWN HALL in the FOR SALE Klordyke strawberry
" Madison Shaw was among the Hiss Curtis Vpnlandingham, ..lacysonviile -' Professor T. J. Poppell, of Xew River af i-.-aid town ny tho qualified voters therein: GOSSIP PEDDLERYou plants from frl'-h. I
is the home of her in town Monday Mr. Popp"llhas "n T". -ilav. the 12th day of September. 111'1. I : nursery stroek. f
Brooker citizens who visited<< Starke a guest at was Will sell
fur the .urpo-e of eUctinx the following officer by bed or by thousand. S.
.'. Mondav. aunt Mrs. O. J. Griffin. Later Miss just completed a summer coins: I .*: will neter find a busy man meddling II.
Thompson, 3 miles of Law-
!j: Varlandingham will visit Mrs. H. P. at the University of Fldrida to better One :Mayor. with other peoples business: nor I t
I One Clerk.Ona tey on Lawtey :!'hd Raiford 1 road.
Mrs. 0. L. Haynes and daughterare Holbein in Gainesville. prepare him for his work as principal :Marshal and Collector. one who is wt'll't'r! t'd in general !ici- I 842t. J

visiting Mrs. Haynes' parents in of the Brevard High School at Three Aldermen.. ence._ A well stored mind has not the | __ 1
One Asessor.lnepertors
Fairburn, Ga.No. I| Special Sale on Ladies' high grade Titusville.Mr. of said election J. L. Peek, room for gabbing, nor has the mind ofa SPECIAL BARGAIN'S acres of [f;

I|I -lippers-lA9 at Stump's. V. I'. chatter and T. N. Kendrick.In busy man space for the need of tale first-class land; four acres cleared ,I

will Chills Fever.It i j L. C. Prescott treated the Telegraph testimony where-of I hereunto subscribemy bearing. Education and business .
666 cure and name and cause the seal of the saM pre. and stumped; cert.. wire fence around 1
is the most speedy remedy we know. '' Messrs.:; Johns and Lewis Shriver man to a bountiful sampleof town. to be hereunto affixed this 8th day of occupy and lift humanity above such all, three miles north of Starke. ;

I 1 I and J. M. Shaw, of Brooker, werej the bunch grapes grown on his \IIII'U>t. 1916. C. F. HOOVER low and debasing depravity. It is the Very low price if Purchased at once. :i

John M. Shaw, naval stores man, j:. visitors to Starke Tuesday. The place east ''of town. The grapes grown :Mayor of Town of Starke. idler who becomes a gossip peddler.His COMER L. FKEK! & SON, i

of Brooker, and son, John, were in'' Messrs. Shriver drove home/ a handsome by Mr. Prescott are delightful and iSEALi 8-ll-5t brain is the veritable workshop of 8-ll-2t i! Agents i.r

Starke Monday. !!! Buick touring car bought from demonstrate beyond doubt that bunch WILL MY CHILD TAKE DR. KING'S the devil. Backbiting, slandering, gossiping I-It

I I iC.I A. Marks. grapes can be successfully grown in NEW DISCOVERY and lying are not members of I.OST-One black and white listed r

Wm. Whitehead, a well known farmer ,II I Florida.Mr. The best answer is Dr. King's XewDisco'ery i busy, intelligent minds. Take the sow and 4 shoat about 10 months j i+;

of the Lake Butler section, was in :j i I Mrs. Dr. Boney, of Ocala was a itself. It's a pleasant sweets i street loafer and the tough, the coarse old; sow marked upper-bit in one f
and Mrs. Sam T. Dell Mr. and the ear, under-squaic. in the other i
i 1. Starke Monday. I guest of Mrs. J. W. Morgan for a easy to take. It contains the and vulgar, and you will find ;
I few days. Mrs. Coney was on her Mrs Jos. E. Wilson, )Ir. and Mrs. medicines which years of experiencehave where they dwell.-Tavares Herald.__ : shoats unmarred.). Last fen be-

, Mr. Levi Dyal, of Fernandina was wr.y home from Raiford.: where she Hartsfield, Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, Miss proven best for coughs and colds. tween Starke ,ir.J Wateroak. Re- ;.

in town Saturday visiting his sister, hn'J visited her daughter Mrs. :!emI Ella-May Long and :Messrs.: Harold Those who have used Dr. King's Xew WISE LITTLE GIRL ward to finder. J.). Boree, Stark. +1
Mrs. 0. J. Griffin. I Wall and James Kickliter formed a -- 1
I 'irvis. Discovery longest are its best friends. STRAYED-Three black and white-
I party to visit the military camp at Besides every bottle is guaranteed. If She Knew What Happened When the spotted shoats toe marked

Special Sale on Men's and Boy's I X. Sternberg left Thursday for Black Point Sunday afternoon. The I you don't pet satisfaction you get I Motor Wouldn't Work | split in one ear:, split and under-bit crop-

Palm Beach pants at Stump's.B. i: New York. His trip will combine business trip was made by automobile. your money back. But a bottle, use 1 I I in the other; two unmarked. Suitable -

I and pleasure, as he will buy a as directed. Keep what is left for Mr. Payne started out to enjoy a reward for, information of
C. Scarborough and and cold insurance.
cough ((1))
fall stock of goods and visit relatives spin on his motor not long apo. He whereabouts. J. X. Stephens, Route
Jacksonville work
have to to ,
gone i I and friends whom he has not seen in got on smoothly until he had got well 1, Starke, Fla. 7-28-2t
in a railroad, shop. I' many years. He will be away for two Here's r.oods for Starke Residents The Springy Eye. to the outskirts of the city, ratha'fnr -- -
or three weeks. :Flatbush-"How's your garden 1001 from then the FOR SALE-46-acre farm within two
a car line motor actuated -
Mrs. X. B. Hull left Tuesday for Ing?" Bensonhurst-"Well. I saw ft miles of Starke, will include with

Hempttead. Long Island, where she' I!!I The Methodist Sunday School gave< Have you pain in the small of the rooster looking at It through the pickets know, decided by motives that that it had only gene motor far the place good pa\,r of farm mules;

will visit relatives. j I1 picnic on Thursday of last week. back? of the fence this morning" and It enough. It stopped, and no pulling of small bunch of hogs; ; farm imple-

!i' The crowd went out to Kingsley lake Headaches, dizziness and nervous seemed to look good to him. levers or turning of cranks was sufficient ments and growf.ig crops, including
Wall left
Mrs. T. P. Saturday for in wagons and automobiles, stopping spells ? to induce it to farther. enough corn and forage to run.the ,
Hendersonville, N. C., to visit her I Mr. E. S. Matthews' landing, and AFRICAN KING TO LECTURE go place for a yeah sweet potatoes, ,
Are you languid, irritable and After fruitless efforts to get it to
mother, Mrs. A. E. Marks. i| enjoyed to the fullest extent the boat weak? / MONDAY NIGHT 'change its mind, )lr. Payne climbed sugar cane, strcnHierry' plants four

; ing bathing and bountiful basket din- Annoyed by urinary disorders? /' from his seat and worked around ihe acres of cotton, t and pindara and
No 666 will cure Malaria or Bilious i iFever. chufas
.. It kill the nero Don't despair-profit by Starke ex- Rev. Pela Penick, a real, genuine machine. Nothing seemed to do any : enough to- fatten 25 head of f
germs. meat hogs. !
periences. African king will lecture in Starke: good, and he was: rapidly getting irtoa Pac is located adja-
Special Sale on Men's and Boy's Starke know 14th state that is relieved! cent to Lest stock range in this sec
Doan's Kidney 7:30 at bv
Mr. A. G. Dyal and son, Ralph of people Monday night, August only srorglangruape.
tion. ion
Will sell
Belmore, were week-end guests at the Palm Beach pants at Stump's. Pills-have used them-recommend. Mt. )Mariah M. E. Church, colored, However, the struggleswith I for part Matthews

home of Mr. 0. J. Griffin. J I them. I lof which Rev. H. W. Bartley is pas- the motor had attracted a good easy terms E. S. ,
J. J. Truby and J. A. Howe motored I Here's a Starke resident's state- sized company of children, and Mr. I Starke, Fla. .844t... t1
I tor.His -----1 ..
Black Point after- -
Scppernong grapes are plentifulin over to Sunday ment: subject will be "Life in Africa Payne did nothing worse than think. i Clear Ski!. Comes From Wilhin.

the market and cheap. The pers non to see the soldier boys :n camp. I W. W. Baisden. Starke;. says:. "I and the condition of the people there." The children's interest grew as the I' It is foolish to think you can gain a

have also begun to come in. Willie Henry, a stepson of Mr. Howe used Doan's Kidney Pills about four The people of the city are invitedout : motorist tinkered. Among them wasa good clear complexion by the u=e of

.' is the only Starke boy in the Second I years ago for kidney complaint. They to hear Rev. Penick lecture. Special little girl with golden hair and deep 1 'face powder. Gtt 'at the root of the .

'! I'rof. L. A. Davis, teacher of Heil- Regiment. He is a member of the did me a world of good, curingall seats will be arranged for the bliie eyes. She crowded close to :Mr. trouble and thoroughly clear*e the

& bronn school was an appreciated caller 'headquarters company and has been I symptoms promptly. My back was I white people. Admission will be 10 Payne as he worked. system with a treatment of Dr. King's

:1* at the Telegraph office Monday assigned to duty as a mounted order- strengthened and I felt better in every cents. Finally he became so exapeiatd: I New Life 'Pills. Gentle and mild) in

._ ly. I way." Penick is the heriditary ruler and that It seemed as if he really must: action, do not grip, yet they relieve

Mr. and Mrs. James Lindsey of Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't I crief of Farjah tribe inVest Central say something. He turned to the little! the liver by their action on the bowels.
During the week11':: X. T.
Gainesville, visited the former's mother past j simply ask for a kidney remedy-get Africa, and in his veins is the purest I girl."I Good for young, adults and' agM. Go
I Mrs. Louise Lindsey, Sunday. Ritch had as his guests Mrs. W. C. j I Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that j of African royal blood a strain that I wish you would run away, 1'ttle: > after a clear complexion today 25 at
1 Mr. Earl Whitten, Mr. HerBert i i Mr. Baisden had. Foster Milburn Co., has been kept pure for hundreds of I girl," he asked. your druggist 1)
Ritch. Mrs. Stone, :Mr.: J. G. '
;Props., Buffalo, X. Y. 30
Special Sale on Ladies' high grade Bitch Mr. X. T. Bitch, Jr., Mr. J. H. --- -' -

.' "Uppers-$1.49 at Stump's. Bitch, !Sr. and family, all of Raiford, + .. + + + + + + + + + + + + + : -- "-

: John Dekl<\ of Lake Btttler, John : + + I Hfeit j [(im': : @: :m m'Mm': : m m m; m 'm G.. .' 'ff'm' @. '

Miss Cassie White left Monday for Ritch. Valdosta, Mr. Roundtree, of + SEABOARD TIME TABLE. + .,.

I Edneyville, X. C., where she' will I Hawthorne. + ---- +

I fc spend the remainder of the sunl'ner.if 1 + Xew time table takes effect +

. I l X. Wiinrisht i visiting; ; :: relatives + 12:01 a. m., Sunday, May 2S, '16.I + I'

i. f[| Mrs[ Martha Clemens, formerly of here for a few days before proceed- I + Trains will arrive in Starke as + I ? PL UMBING ?
. | +[ Starke but of Alabama is visiting '!
i now in!* to Tam!):}. Mr. Wainright has + follows; +

: her. sifter, Mrs Annie Murrhee. i -ippft th<> past two months Toledo, 1!i I + _
i i' + Jacksonville to Tampa +
Ohio having gone to that city with

e 1' Miss Freda Morgan, of Daytona is the intention of becoming a permanent -I I" Xo. 1 _____________11:14 p. m. +

I spending some time witr Mr. T. X. I resident. He says that two Xo. 3 ______--_______10:40a.m. '+ i

. '; i Lirnbaufrh's family on Kinpsley lake. months of the northwestern summer + Xo. 9 __--_____--_--_ 2:52p.m. '+ S

't I climate was all that he could stand + + My Plumbing Department will be in charge of
Rev Wm. F. Malphurs will preach : and that he is back in Florida to stay. 1 + Jacksonville to Cedar Key + I I '

: I at Pine Level tomorrow ( Saturday)I I + Xo. 15 ____________ 5:04: p. m. of

'. and Sunday. All are invited to attend. Catarrhal local applications Deafness as Cannot they cannot Be Curedby reach !I ++ Tampa to--Jacksonville- ++ man 4r Experienced Plumber, who is a member of the Il-lasler'l

ReV. W. G. Law and family have the diseased portion of the car There + Xo. 2 _____________ 4:54 a. m. +

i|f gone to St. Augustine to spend a U and only that one la way by to a cure constitutional catarrhal deafness remedy.. j I + Xo. 4 _______________ 3:42p.m. + '.. i Plumbers Association. This is Plumbing Insurance for
Catarrhal Deafness It caused by an Inflamed you.
: month. Mr. Law will occupy the condition of the mucous lining of + Xo. 10 (Limited)... 5:54 p. m. +

Bat'st pulpit while the minister in the Eustachian Tube. When this tube IsInflamed 1 + +

jr charge is out of the city. Imperfect you hearing have and a rumbling nhm It Is sound entirelyclosed. or + Cedar Key to Jacksonville + i( yy

Deafness is the result. Unless the ; + Xo. 14 ______________ 9:27a.m. '+
In-Fos, A Wild, Effect* t Unr Tonic Inflammation can b< I' dittd and this lube i
UutM restored to its n, -m condition hearing I + ___ of i DeWitt C. Jones i
DOM Not Grip Disturb ffit Stomach. .
MT will be destroyed '*-r Many cats of + Wannee Trains + .
:; la addition to other deafness are r p < '3rrh. which Is
;t properties,LaxFosi'i an Inflamed c"'id': i '. ..' tar mucous sur- + (Daily Except Sunday) ofI
+; contains: Cascara in form .' I and Oils. and Electric I
acceptable a faces Hall's era' r. acts thru the Hardware, Paints Plumbing Wiring. iY&m&I0If
+ Xo. +
101 Leaves Starke 6:45 e.
'?J >tlBnl tin f Laxative and Tonic. Laz-Fos blood on the roct r'rfeta of the system m.
1 i", ash effectively and does not gripe nor We will give Idr. 'rwtars for I t :\ 104 arrives Starke 2:45 p. m. +
, *; datwb stomach. At the same time, it aids any case of Cataii. I.. U that cannot + T. J. GRIFFIN, Agent. + i
1 r:; cligestion.arouses the liver and secretion be free.cured.Aii bv Di'jrnsis Hall'. ''...... ( ure Circulars !. + + '1 I'!I -P >I@'CI( I@I P--er&m8I: .

K aDd restores the healthy function::. arc.at r J. CHUT. .. :O. Toledo o. 1 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +


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.'Z'L. __ ."... J Mr. J. S. Fagan, of Chiefland, was in a few days. I The matron of honor wore a tafetta ited his parents'here lastS i::

.." 1owM KgliMrSllr shaking hands with friends here :Mon-: Mr. Leonard Sapp and his son, EIli gown, draped with chiffon and carrieda and isunday.Mr. Saturdal
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Ai. '\} ,..\ | day. !i ery, motored over to our city Tues- bouquet of pink roses. ., :: Jane Shepard and

1 J Mrs. H. J. Stewart and family and day. i ii I The bridesmaids were exquisitely left last Thursday for son C

County News Items I i several of her friends are taking a II j!j i i The Baptism at the Springs Sunday attired in a pale pink and carried white where they will spend about .

1 ttwo: weeks outing at Worthington afternoon was witnessed by a large canes with white and pink asters tied weeks with relatives and friends,
Springs. I congregation. i i 1 I Shepard will
I in place with white tule. aW visit I
i Mr. B. Fienberg, the efficient manager :Mr.: A. A. Wainright and Miss Ad- Kentucky and West relatives '
"' The ring-bearer, who was immacu- Virginia
latlrtltln Facts Gathered During the Week by Our of the Cut Price Store, will leave I die Brown motored over to the State late in a white suit and the little returning.. before f}

Regular Correspondents. I' Thursday for Jacksonville where he I j Farm Sunday afternoon on a pleasure flower girl was daintily dressed in a :' 'roc. R. I'. Terry, of Lakeland .
will!! take a steamer for New York on I trip. ,visiting relatives \1a
pink frock and carried a basket of here the first
his annual trip to buy his fall and I Traveling salesman, Mr. F. H. Long* week. of the ;
pink and white rose petals which she
winter stol'k.11'1.: :: E. Fienberg, ofIunne'tlon paid his respects to our little city :Mr.: Jamw Lawrence t
before the bride. who
scattered i ,
6 000tu0000000Cv000 t + . ) ; will take charge of the Friday of last week. |' employed ir the Wilson's has beta
store his brother's absence. :Mr.: The young couple! were recipientsof Dry Goods J
Ui <> during I Orin Reddish: filled his regular store, of JacWmville

!, 4' PALESTINE.C'CtvJ000v00000G. (' HAMPTON. '> I :Miss Agnes Gardiner and :Mr. Zack I appointment last Sunday evening. many lovely and useful gift. few months, is" spending, for the, Paat *

c S> ? Taylor spent: Sunday with friends Messrs. W. C. Clemmons, W. Bradley i At the depot some ot the party received here this \,:,('('1at the home a few clan I::

.t !I"; !. ..' *t '\ ?v i> $>> ,$" ?> f' .J> <$> here.Miss I and Mr. Melvin, of Brooker, were the bride's trunk and decorated parents Rev. and :Mrs.: T of ** !

:\11'. X. Hurst and son, Daniel'made '' George T. Case, of Susquehanna, :: Lease Harvin is visiting her i transacting business here the first of it in the most approu'd style rence. He will leave in B. La 1" I

made a business trip to Olustee Sat Pa., is visiting at the home of Rev. grand-parents. and Mrs. J. R. this week. with great letters showing the couple for Oklahoma there he a few aceentS<&
urday. ,IJ. :Mullady.Mrs.: [ Terrel, this waek i j Mrs. W. E. Green and charming were just married, and on their approach a position. nas I

f, Misses Rebecca and Meltha Brannen :: W. II. Jones:, of Groveland, i is :Mrs.: Line Burges, of Blitchton, is daughter, :Miss: :Myrtle: were shopping were showered with rice. David ReJdifli returned I

spent Sunday with Eather Stafford.Mr. visiting her sister, :Mrs.V.: E. Mid- spending a short time with her daughter here on last Tuesday. I The limited train was stopped for Sunday from! North home ID!* ?

: Percy Wainright, of Wateroak dleton. :Mrs.: G. M. Richard. I I :Miss Vipla Raulerson: made a bus- the special benefit of the young couple :Mr.: : Tom Sapp, of Georgia. J

section, attended the sing at Cypress :Miss: Blanchard, of Lawtey, visited :Mr..J.: E. :Maines: Jr., is spending iness trip to Staike in her new auto.i who left for a fortnight's trip in the spending a' few Palmetto
days in bJJ
drove; Saturday.Mrs. here :Monday: the guest of :Miss: Ada several days with friends in Starke. i :\ Wade H. Wainright, \fho holdsa mountains of Xorth Carolina, and are Lawtey with relatives. and !J\

Zillie\ Crews and family spent :'immo. The revival at the Baptist church prominent position in Jacksonville, followed I by the best of wishes of their i Mr.: C. S. Hill. ,of Palmetto I$

t Saturday night with :Mrs.: X. II. Hurst :Miss: Clara Hunt left Tuesday for will close Thursday night. Rev. Holtis is spending his annual vacation with host of friends. On their return from ting relathes here this is fa

Mr. Sherod Drigger made :Miss: Lou- Mayo, where she will spend a well a man of wide experience and these hs parents here. the north, :Mr.: and :Mrs: de Beruff will :Mr.: John Stalsby and week. f f,

amanda Pinholster a pleasant call Sun- earned vacation. meeting heve been a great benefit to j Our debate Friday evening which reside in Riverside, in Jacksonville, moving in thv J. family Li *=

day.Mrs. I Miss Ressie Rogers spent Saturdayhere this community.Truck I I was cows vs horses, was decided in where the mother of the groom is this week. McCuIlev cottage '

Etta Brannen is the happy the guest of :Miss Clara Hunt. growers pnd farmers are now favor of the affirmative, with Messrs. erecting them a beautiful brick resi- .
mother of a fine boy, who arrived last :Miss: Rogers was formerly a teacher busy getting out seeds and plants. j Reddish, Clark and Carmichael as dence. 'rte .;, !, !'q' ;, 0 ;- f

Friday night, 4th inst. in the school here, and has a host of \tigust is the best time to put out j speakers, on the winning !'ideIf the ,or.. .. .

friends. strawberries in this section. i j question. I ; i
0, ,$> <> .>
.. C \ i is visiting her father, \V. E. spent Wndeesday with :Miss Luamanda I I family attended the meeting at Boat- The death angel visited the homeof : !- !. !. ,.' ." ,.!' !' \&! .4 '., '" I fI
(!. XEW RIVER.t' Hutcheson.Mrs.: Pinholster.Mr. drain the latter part of last week. Mr. and :Mrs.: Ira L. Merritt last & :> w ''JI' .. ;,

n :: :M.: B. Fancher, of Lakeland, is :: and :Mrs.: John Crews and the :Messrs.: Lacy Green and L. A. Davis Tuesday morning, August 1st, at 3:15and Mrs. Nellie Dints, of Ft. Pierce, a ;
; -$> . children in taken their little three week's old sister of :Mis.: W. M. Whitten, b vii-
visiting her mother here, Mrs. Mary spent Sunday Brooker with attended church at Rising Saturday
:Mr.: B. J. Sapp was transacting business Prevail. Mrs. Crews' parents. i i night. baby to Heaven where sufferings are i iting here this ;\eek.I r'r'i

i in Starke last :Monday.Mr. : J. A. Graw, of Theressa, has purchased :Mr.: W. H. John.-on is attending business ,, no more. Ij I :Mr.: H.] C. Richard, of Starke, and
Christian Church All medical aid done but to'W. L. Denham, of
Peter Yarborough, of Raiford, the blacksmith shop formerly in Jacksonville this week. I j I i was Gainesville, were
was a visitor to Xew River Sunday. owned and operated: by Arthur Smith.W. Good reports have reached us of I :Mr.: W. H. Wainright and Miss no avail. Nothing eased its sufferings in Raiford Tuesday.Rev. ,
the Lake Butler Sunday School for until God called the little one to W. L. (h'elstreet and
Bro. J. B. Crews filled his regular daughter '
T. Saxon has bought the City Gladys Hicks made pleasant
the last two Sunday's. We hope that a Heaven. came home Tuesday: from f
appointment at Graham Sunday morn- is school Worthing.
Market and restaurant, and conducting our : on last :Monday.:
full enrollment will soon be in regular | Tuesday morning at ;:la: God sent ton, where Rev. Overstreet has been
ing.Mr. the business in the most san- The Wainright and Clemmons saw-
:: A. :M.: Bennett, of Espanola, itary, and up-to-date manner. attendance. mill is kept busily engaged just his angel to bring in another to his assisting with -a revival meetings m
spent Saturday night and Sunday with Xext Sunday is our regular day at nowsupplying fold. The little one was laid to rest the Baptist church.:
:Mrs. J. A. King and Miss Lizzie material for the two nearby
Raiford, and we hope for a good day in the Pine Grove Rai- Dr. B. L. Whitten left '
his !'on11': J. II. Bennett. Rowe, of Tampa, were guests of :Mr. churches to be built in the near fu-1 i cemetery near Wednesday .
Mr. B. F. Renfroe was a visitor to S1.. Rowe and family during the in all departments of work. When a ture. I i ford. :Many: friends carried profuse ,(. for Ft. Pierce where he will) be (01. |f
church has preaching services only beautiful flowers the little nected with !
Starke last :Monday.: week. Rev. J. E. J. Wainright hisI i bouquets of ; a drug ,
past filled
Messrs. Jesse and James Thomas Hon. S. J. Catts delivered an addressat once a month, it is needful that the regular appointment in Clay county grave being almost hidden with I j I Hon. A. Andrews has installed j;:

made a flying trip to Lake City Saturday the :Masonic: Hall here August 1st, whole membership shall make the last Saturday and Sunday. large bouquets and wreaths. j i a new suction elevator to his cpttw "

afternoon.Mr. and audience. most of it. Mr. J. II. I A FRIEND gin for unloading wagons. |'.
to a large appreciative Wainright and :Miss: Maud
:: C. A. Johns was transactingbusiness J I J. R. Register, of Elarbee, was t +
The hall, though spacious, could not Sapp attended church at Rising; Sun- j i.
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in Lake Butler last Tues- of The school :: business visitor to Raiford Saturday '
seat the crowd; and a purse thirty- day night. j Lawtey opened Monday
day.Messrs. two dollars was presented to him by s, 0 Messrs. Owen Parmenter, I. X. Norman with an assembly! of interested pat- i i Mr. Joe Crews, of Starke, was iaf i f
Rob Andrews and R. J. the Sunshine Club. I anxious children and town Saturday.
0 0o X. D. Green and Prof. L. A. rons, an earnest t
Turner spent Sunday in Raiford, and Rev. B. L. Adams is conducting a oooc ooooo Davis were in Starke :Monday: this corps of teachers. The enrollment I j Mr. Henry Taylor, son of Mr. and j
while there visited the 0 oe 1 : :Mrs.: B. F. Ta'vtor. !I
of Raiford. _
State Farm. kii
series the Black of which
of revival meetings week. 171
at was twenty-one were ;;
:Mr.: and11'5.:: Curtis :Muse: wo have : po-itlOn'
Creek Baptist Church this week. Bro. been in the High School. Devotional exercises accepted a in the mercantile! !
relatives friends
) ? p000000J000 visiting and (
establishment jf
0 00<> Adams recently moved here from Os- here for the last few weeks returnedto <> 'a' $ <$> 3> G <$ Q 0000Ci were conducted by Rev. T. B. i Lake Butler. Mr. Woodsworth, in f-,

borne, S. C. 0 4"o Lawrence, who delivered: an address.
'S' LITTLE SPRINGS. The excursion to Jacksonville on their. 0.home E. Rhoden at Sanford Wednesday.Mr. LA WTEY.t ) Rev. R. 0. Wright was also present l{ Misses Loca Cason and Leila Byrd,
0 0 was transacting .
., 40000t Aug. 1st, was well patronized from business in Starke Tuesday.Rev. 0 and gave an address, carrying inspiration of Raiford, are visiting relatives in
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here. Even the Telegraph correspon- . 004444'(3 '94) and encouragement. Mr. T. I Jacksonville thh week. '
The series of revivals that have D. L. Phillips filled his regular i >\
M. :\Moody
of Starke
'ij.i was a -
dent went, hence no Hampton notesin de Beruff-Wright Terry represented: the local school:
been appointment at Emanuel Satur- ;
conducted during the leek at I visitor here Saturday
last week's board.
Sardis church have been well attended paper. day and Sunday to a large congrega One of the most beautiful weddingsthat :Mr.: B. S. R Bier, of near '
Mrs. E. R. Jones, of Tampa, passed Prof. and Mrs. R. H. Terry have Elarbee
and much interest has been mani- ever occured in Lawtey took place
tion.Mr. was a business here Saturday.
suddenly last at charge of the School
fested. away on Saturday :: Griffin Phillips i is attending the Trursday afternoon High department
Something fifteen August I!, when
members Postmaster George W. Coffin, of
9 :,0 She former resident :Miss: Hull the I
: a. m. was a Rosemary gram-
have been added to the church. Lawtey High School this term. Miss Lucy Agnes Wright and Mr. Johnstown
waj: in Raiford Tuesday.
of this place and has host of grades Miss :Mattie: and
a mer Stalsby
The pastor, Rev. S. W. Sheffield has Mr. and :Mrs. E. D. Hilliard, of the Henry II. de Beruff were united in Mr. Henry Redding, of the Flat
friends here. Tre remains, Rl.ba Brown the intermediate and I
been assisted by Rev. W. L. Overstreetof accompanied : Wateroak section, were visitors ere the holy bonds of wedlock at GraceM.
section business visitor
Raiford. by her son, E. H. Jones, were Sunday. E. Church. t :Miss: :Mernice: deSha the primary. A was a
transferred at the union depot here '! goodly number of patrons were -; here Thursda,
present '
There was a good sized crowd that Saturday afternoon, enroute to the Elder C. A. Mosley filled his regular The church was prettily decorated who expressed themselves pleased :Mr. S. T. Walker, of Jacksonville,

gathered at Little Springs :Monday family burial grounds, near Provi- appointment at Highland Sun- I witr fern, bamboo and quantities of with the prospect of keeping theiryoung is \'isitingI'd itives here this week.

evening for Baptism. dence. dav.Mr. pink and white flowers. The bride in the home :Mr.: Drew Addison, pf Lake Butler,
Among the folks that were presentat :: O. J. Phillips has accepted a position and people town, as '
groom stood under a large made a business trip to Raiford Tue$-
:Mrs.: T. J. Thomas, Valdosta, Ga., greenbell an eleventh! grade has been added to
the Union Meeting of the Central with the Lawley Telephone Co., decorated with
is \"isitingher parents, :Mr: ,, and Mrs. bell-shaped the school. day.Mr.
Association, which convened at Antioch at Lawtey.. altea suspended from Lee of. Clearmont is
I O. Haynes.. a double arch :Misses: Reba Browne, of Island! Andy ,
church, were J. K. Stephens, G. of bamboo., visiting friend- in Raiford this week.
W. Ware, S. \V. Sheffeld :Mr.: and :Mrs: t. 0 ; 0 !' '!> .. !' !' !' ., !> Grove; and Bernice: deSha.! of Waldo, ?
The bride is the charming daughter who teachers :Mesdames: J. A. Brooks and J. E.
W. R. I Rowe-Su F are in the Lawtey school.iJ'I'i'et ,
Dubose and Carl miners.
Scatf. All ; .. of Rev and :Mrs. R. 0. Wright, of the here Saturday and Dmvling returned Thursday. afternoon
report a fine time. i Miss Belle Rowe and Sum- HIGHLAND.Mr. r.- are pleasantly .
i :M.: E. Church from Jacksonville, where they spent
: South, and is held in located at the home of :Mr. aril
The farmers
of this vicinity are mers were quietly married Satur- .
the highei-t esteem of host of & few da.'s'i.iting relatives!
certainly optimistic concerning their day. August 5th., at the residence of (, t (i> t 'I '0' t t 'I ,i ., .., ".' who have a friends Mrs. J. E. Brown. friends.Hon. .
cotton this Felix Long, of !Starke expressed their love and apI :Mr.: and Mr>. H K. Biggs and little
Let's all! A.
crops year. hope A. Futch. was a I prociation for her in A. I D. Andrews, Hon. S. T.
that King Cotton will\ come into its The bride :looked\ charming in her I.uht'ss"isitvr here Saturday; j sible. every way pos; daughter :Marirart-t.! were guests last; Dcwlintr, Meisrs. Joe Howling, Sr,
I ;
own this season and the :Mrs. H. C. Wimborly. :Miss Beth Sunday at the he mo of Mr. and :Airs.:
brighten dark blue tar; .'ta and was attended
The groom is one of Jacksonville's I.. Sapp, W. i:. Yarbor K.: T. Taylor
hearts of folks. her :Miss Wimberlyand Miss: Ethel Rilkf're !I BarleyJIr.. Bijres i is the manager -
many by sister Lizzie Rowe, of
T. Ili.-ier of Raiford were
rising young men, who holds l and 1 H. ,
a of the
Remember Sunday School at Sardis Tampa, as i briJ, l11aid. ::\11'\1.: L. visitors to the metropolis Wednesday. |I responsible Southern Cattle FeedingI'ompr.ny visitors Slarke :
: Monday.
with the to
church :Mr.: T. X. position S. A. L.fI)'. of Clv! counly. where they!
at 10l."i a. m. Everybody come \Vr:tter I I connection with this
railway begun have field "f :; 'rt0
l. .(
with a good lesson. the United Grocery Co., of acres. They
man. Jacksonj j about two years ago when he went E.: Dowlir.jrand .1. E. Byrd drove to
came by auto.
... , I After the eerc'nony, conducted !by ville. was calling on our merchants j jTontlay. j there from Savannah (;.a. : / ..Jakl '.vilk- lInd.in., Mr. Byrd's ..
p $* (? :* '} !' !' ; '; i| Bro. :Mullady: in his usual impressive :\ I \Ir? H. D. Rdal.: : and children! ..
.. I A number of
.. social functions
haIolt'n \e returned hOn last
a A Saturday from Atlanta
few car.Mis
Highlandites who theday -
j manner the h;.l'pr couple! motored toGainesville spent : : LuciU cf Gs,
.. I gig l'n in their honor recently inLawtey la.; where Whitten. Daisy,
BlWOJ\Elt at Kingsley lake spent'
i returning! home in time Sunday among which! i is u.siti'g h'<1 uncle and aunt, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert ("rews.Iis:: : was a miscellaneous :: : month. Owing to an automobile
to attend a reception which was given" Maggie -I Raiford ,
; a a a 1 shower for the bride and )11'1.. Whitten. in
npn : given wreck in which
+ Mrs.
t Randall
Cr' :Mrs. injured
in their honor, at the home of Bro. ws. : R. C. Wimberly. :Misses was ,
Mrs. A. A. Brooker left here last )1 ulla.1.v. Both and Winifred \\ mb'ly.; and I i j i by Mesdames! W. F. Godwin; and R.: I:. h'r .tay was prolonged longer thi A-ft-k.

Wedn"' Mr. ard :Mrs.: Summers are both Ricks. :Messrs.: G. E. Wilkinsonand 4.
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ville. Tenn. She will be, greatly missedas popular young people, and have a :Max: Wimberly.Mr. I bridal day evening ar the hotel for the Mrs.. J. C. Adkins, of (;Gainesville --- : "on -Page -

-h' had made her hom- herewith host of friends whose best wi.-hes G. E. Wilkinson made a busi- party, and a wedding breakfast was a guest Sunday of her mother

her son, :Mr.: J. S. Brooker, for will accompany: 'them through life. nl":s trip to Jacksonville Wednesday. I,i at 1'2: o'clock Thursday at the Mrs. M. E. Edwards.
the home of :Mrs.: J. D. Randall for the :Miss: :Mattie:
two i Stalsby returned
past years. j .- :Mr. R. I I.. Crews was a visitor to home

Mr. Julian! Collin is at home again. '!' !' .!' .'!' -!' !' ) .!' + :Starke::: : Saturday. |I bridal part lat Sunday! from Tallahassee. '

after a few weeks in Lake Butler: I J qt :Mr.: :Max: Wimberly was the guest of At 4 o'clock promptly, to the strainsof Prof. and :Mrs.: P.. II. Terry arrived

where he studied telegraphy. ] LAKE II JTLEIt.Mr. ,. Mr. Gilbert; II. Barker, in Jacksonville, Lohengrin's wedding march, rendered here last Friday from Gainesville and Colds

Mr.:: EMon Baxter of Ways, Ga., i iyjw Tuesday and Wednesday. | by Mrs. Howard C. Peace, the are pleasantly locr.ted in the Wm. H'dlin -

t me TWO werics at the nome &,, ,, .. ,, ,... .A4 ,& ,, Mr..1. bridal party entered in the following !r cottage which was recently ,
past '" '" 'W '!' B. Brinson. of Fiftone. wasa va- \ should be "nipped u m.the r
of his parent, Mr. and :Mrs.: J. D. Carr Colly and :Miss: Gladys Gar- business visitor here Tuesday.: I j order: The groomsmen Messrs. J. T. rated by Dr. :M.: :M.: Fryer and family. bud", for if allowed to nm I
Baxter. diner of : Lawtey; Charles Krell, of Mrs. Fred Treu and little daughter,
8tar kt'. are the guests: of Miss: Winifred Wimberly was; theJtll' p unchecked serious results
Mr. Z. 0. Lynn and children returned :Miss: Georgia Epperson this week. t fIiss:: Essie Thomas at Law- Jacksonville; James Godwin, Charles Vivian of Daytona, are spending a ,
I follow.J Numerous
home last week after an extended Mr. Clarence Edwards of Ellington ley Saturday. I I Shepard and Geoige; Roberts, of Law- few days as guests of :Mr.: and :Mrs.: may .
visit with relatives in Suwmree is 1 tey; the briJl'smaidsIisses:: Louie Enoch Griffis.; cases of consumption, pneumonia -
spending the week with his grandparents Mr. G. C. Woolen, of the C. E. Gul-
I Belle: Brown, of Lawtey; Arline lIen- Mis.: :M.: II. Terry of 'and other fatal diseases .
county. :, :Mr. and Mrs. F. :M. Rivers. ler Grocery Co., was a visitor here Lakeland, is ,
:Mrs.: E.: I.. Crosby returned honk'd:1'by ::Mrs.: S.\ C. Hewitt and :Miss: Ollie! : Tuesday. dry, of Cocoa, Xellie Roberts, Jessie:: spending a few days at the home of can be traced back to

\\\ after j> three,' weeks' visit Andrews returned :Monday: from :Madison I (;\'ims and Rose Mary Hull, of Law her son, Prof. R. II. Terry. cold. At the first sign oft

with friends and relatives in Moui- i where they have been visitingrelatives. .t !" !' '!' t' !' !' .;, ,, '! ,!. -&- tey; the maid of honor, Miss Myrtle :Miss: Louise Blanchard returned cold, protect yourself by

tri*. Ga.; and! Jasper, Fla. -, r. I Wright, a sister i of the bride; the home :Monday: from Jacksonville where thoroughly! cleansing your

:Mr.: Raiford Carver is in Brooker Miss Ruby: O'Quinn, of Jacksonville\ <:' HEILBRONN.1 ,.. matron of honor, :Mrs.: Pearl Pearre she spent several days with her sister. system with a few doses dTREDFDRD'S I
lI:1i:1. his .. Jones; the ring.bearl'rIaster:: St. :Mrs.: J. B.
pursuing Dye.
course in telegra! and ::\MattieChriste:: Valdosta. $>
phy.Mrs. v are the visitors of :Miss: :Marshal: Proc- & ;. $ ';> $ <$> <> $> -* .*> J> '51 Clair Harley; the flower girl, :Miss: :Mr, and :Mrs.: L. Fv Roberts, of '

L. R. Grren returned home last; tor this"l't'k. Mr. F. I II.: Robirson and daughter Bellie: Peace; and the bride entering Starke, were visiting relatives in Law II

Monday fl'lImoubi\ :, Ga.. where she: Miss: Clifford Ham 1 and :Mrs.: R. L. Miss Xotio, who have been on the on the arm of her father was met sil tey last Sunday.

1. ,1 I spei.t ton days with her si.-tr.: Honiker, of Gainesville, spent a few sick list, are able to be' out again. the altar by the groom and the test: Miss Enza Blanchard Il'ftIonday:: BlACK-

Miss Lily Crosby: wro is teaching hours in our city Saturday.Mss :Mr.: R. Schellie Rosier, of Rosier, man his brother. :Mr. Charles de Be- for Rodman where she will spend a

st Sampson City." spent the week' 1d :: Mae :McKinney: who is: teaching is attending school at this place. | ruff. few weeks with relatives. I

at the home or her parents school at Providence, spent Sun- The families Messrs.:: G. W. \rainri The ceremony, which was full If )Ir!'. L. Loadholtz spent several

Mrs. John Shriver son and daughter day with her uncle and aunt. ht and Drew Reddish motored over ritual including the betrothal and ring days last week with relatives in- Wy- DRAUGHTthe
have returned from to was performed by the father of the mauma.
a two week* Miss Edna Epperson, who has been P.isingchurch last Sunday. .
.. visit with relatives at Arcadia.Mr. attending school in Gainesville\ for Mr. and )11';;. Crews Wainright. of bride, Rev. R.
1.. A. Wynn of near Hampton the past two months returned to her app. passed through the latter part tre M. E. Church South assisted by business visitor to Lawtey Tuesday old reliable, vegetable

was in Brooker TUt'"daHe was ..icnpipar1' home here Saturday.. of last week on an extended visit to P.t'T.. B. Lawrence of the Grace :Mr.: L. H. Hill was transacting business 'liver j. 'der.

here by his sister-in-law: Miss Katherine Jackson, of Tampa Clay county.. i i M. E. Church. in Starke :\Ionday11' Mr. Oia. A. Ragland, o
Miss :Mamie: Pinholster.Rev. is the guest of :Mrs: H. X. Stanton :Mr. Bud Parmenter who has Leeh I I' The bride was charmingly. gownedin :\ R. O. Parish, of Lake Butler, Madison'Heights. Va., says:

.. '. A..J. Pinholster and son, Tru- this week. confined to his bed for the past several white silk with a silk lace tunic was a business visitor to 1.a1eJ.Ion. :: "I have! been using thed-

h'' were transacting business in Lake Mr.:: R. E. Dell and :Mr.: G. W. Alder- weeks through the misfortune of caught on either side with clusters of day. I ford's Black-Draught! for

Butler Tuesday. man made a business trip to Starke sticking a nail in his foot, is slowly orange blossoms The hand embroidered Mr. Geo. L. Massey, of Starke, was stomach: ] troubles, Indigestion
" Mr. Tom Chastain of Lake Butler, Tuesday.We improving and we hope to see him out bodice trimmed with pearls was transacting business in Lawtey Tues agar colds and find ittc i
was attending business here :Saturday to hear worn over a white tule waist. The day. I "
regret that our telephone Whenever You Need a General Tonic bride's veil held in I i I Mr. be the Very best medicine I >.
" I!I central, :Miss: Alice Langford, was place by bonds J. T. Moore, of the firm of
Messrs. C. A. Marks and G. C. Liv- i I is ill!\ this week and we hope to herat Take Grove's || of pearl and orange blossoms. The :j' Thede Moore Co., left last Friday for < ever irfad. it makes u old" ]

i i-cston, of Starke, were in town Sun- j' her post again soon. She deserves see dull The Tonic Old Standard is Grove's Tasteless '1 maid of honor was gowned in a simple j i Baltimore to purchase goods fOr) the man feet like a young one.

:. .. diy, enroute to Worthington Springs j I Iq i much credit for the careful attention General Tonic equally because it valuable contains as the a but effectively! embroidered white ,i fall and winter trade. I I Insist ::01 Thedford's, the

\, i she rives to her business. well known tonic properties of QUININE silk with white tule draperies. The Mr. James H. Moore left last Saturday original and genuine. EI -67

0 : Read the Bradford County Telegraph :Miss: Kate Eppf rson is spending the and IRON. It acts on tb: Liver, Drives bride and maid of honor carried con- to visit: his father, who is seriously '

' J.t -the home paper. !. week at Orange Springs with friends. out Malaria, Enrich the ?'o<>d anJ ventional bouquets of white roses and ill.
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