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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 1, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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VOLUME 38. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 1916 NUMBER 9.


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STRIKE ON LABOR DAY, SEPT. 4TH. ITALY DECLARES WAR ON GERMANY I FOR HOMES BEFORE STRIKE BEGINS if.*<


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Undetermined Whether Legis- BATTLE OF ANCIENT CITY If Rumania Gets What She Has Italy's Allies Were DissatisfiedWith BREMEN IS l COMING TO U. S. Hundreds of Thousands of the _

Been For She Her Share and Break !
Can Prevent Threat- Bargaining Floating Population Are .
lation
Starke Victors in Two
Tigers Submarine Bound for Baltimore
ened Strike. Will Double Population. Was Inevitable. Leaving Daily. ,
Games.The With Cargo of Dyes.
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HAVEN REFUSES PLAN TO HIT AUSTRIA AND HAS REALLY BEEN WAR- OFFICIALS SAY FOOD
NEW Starke Tigers won best two out I BERLIN, Aug '7-By( Wireless)) .
TO RECEIVE FREIGHT of three games played with St. Au- BULGARIA IN NEW QUARTER RING FOR SEVERAL MONTHSPrince -The Cologne Gazette as quoted by TRAINS CAN BE HANDLED.

gustine August"24th, 23th;: and 2Cth. the Overseas News Agency says the

That Cannot Be Delivered Before 7 First Game-Starke 6; St. Augus- Rumania Makes Fourteenth Nation in Von Buelow, an Able States- German merchant submarine Bremens I Estimated That City Will( Rid Itself of
tine 5. Fast fielding and good hittingof now on her to the United States
way
l A. M I. sept. 4-Every Effort Being Tigers too much for Ancient City Great War-Germany Declares a' man of Germany, Kept Her Out with a cargo of dyestuffs. 330,000; People Before Sept. 4th- c -

Made to Bring the Railroads and Boys. State of War Between Herself and And Made Favorable Terms Regarding Railroad Executives Hopeful of Supplying I '
Au- BERLIN, Aug. 27.-(Via London)
Second Game-Starke 11; St.
Together in Rumania Gives Russians a Gate German Property Italy-
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Employees With Food Milk ,
Railroad City
gustine 2. Starke Tigers' hitting won -The Berliner Tageblatt today printsan Supply -

Some Form of Agreement. this game, getting 15 hits off of Davis way to Attack the Bulgarians. Seizes Interned German Vessels. interview with Director Lohmann, Given First Consideration. .

who was pitching for St. Augustine. of the company owning the submarine i
hitting of Bremen, in which he says the Bremenis II I
WASHINGTON, Auj 29.-Presi- Feature of games were also good BERLIN, Germany, (via London), ROME: Italy, Aug. 28.-A communication on her way to Baltimore, and that NEW YORK, AUf :SO.-Railroad I'
Starke and base running,
dent Wilson, in laying the railway pitching of Gus Beasley, who gave Aug. 28.-((10:23 a. m.)-Rumania declared published by the Stefani Agency trade by means of a submarine fleet traffic both to and from New York ;
lefore Congress to- war on Austria-Hungary on and addressed by the Italian government -
situation showed feverish
City activity todayin
strike only 3 hits. This was the first soon will be :increased materially.The t.
day with recommendations for" legis- up but he Sunday evening, it is announced officially to the Swiss government requests anticipation of a general trikc. It
ever pitched
Beasley
the crisis to a game here as follows: the Swiss government to inform -
has advanced is estimated that before September
lation, showed so well that in all probabilities Missionary Society of the
up
stage where developments depend on he will pitch again.In "The Rumanian government yester- the German government that Methodist church will hold its regular this city will rid itself of a floatingpopulation
two points, whether the legislation he this Heaton starred with day evening declared war on Austria Italy considers herself at war with monthly meeting at the Methodist of nearly 3.")(tlOOO and receive -
and if enacted game Hungary. The federal council has Germany from and after August 28. +
be passed, home about the same number of
can church 7th
proposes the Willows, getting 5 hits out of 5 Thursday, September at
will it be effective to prevent the! times been immediately convoked for an important four o'clock. residents who have been vacations..

strike already called for 7 a. m. on up. sitting" I Germany Announces It. Passenger traffic just before Labor

September 4th. These questions could ) 'S> 00000000 000000 BERLIN, Germany, Aug. 28, (via i. . . Day is always heavy even under nor- '

not be answered tonight.The i GermanyComes Back. wireless).-The following official an- 0 mal circumstances.

brotherhood heads themselvesere ... OHIO MOB THREATENS TO ,.- BERLIN Grmany'ia( London), nouncement was made Sunday. ORDERS RETURN: OF 15,000 Unless the situating; changes radi-

puzzled whether enactment would HANG SHERIFF. .. Aug. 28.-((7:10 p. m.-Germany has "The Italian government has declared GUARDSMEN. cally it is expected that the other

prevent it, while the railway presi- .. declared war on Rumania. through the Swiss government thatit '. Eastern railroads will follow the example -

'ents think it would make it difficultfor LIMA, Ohio, Aug. 30.-A mob The German federal council met this considers itself from August 28 at WASHINGTON, Aug. :30.-:: of the New York, New Haven ,!
the strike to begin. President Wil- .. .' & Hartford and declare a freight am-
of three thousand persons cap- morning upon receipt of news that war with Germany. Orders for the return to State '
discontinued his efforts to bargo to take effect September The v ,
has not .
eon ; tured Sheriff Ely late tonight, Rumania had declared war on Aus- mobilization camps of fifteen
'bring the railroads and the employees j took him to the public square and tria-Hungary. The Rumanian lega- thousand National Guardsmen management of the New York Central i
together on some form of agreement .. the Italy in Odd Position. .. the Mexican border will consider this question today upon
'; placed a around his neck, tion in Berlin is guarded by policeas now on were
Efforts described as almost superhuman ';, threatening rope to hang him unless >:. stones were thrown through the Italy's position has been anomalous .. issued tonight by the War De- the return of President A. II. Smith

are being exerted to that end to- he disclosed the whereabouts of windows of the Italian embassy in since she withdrew from the triple par tment. General Funston was from Washington.
night. alliance and declared war on Austria. .' Railroad executives here expressed ;
Charles Daniels, a negro held for Berlin yesterday.A directed to return one regiment
The President has recommended the !' assaulting white woman, and message from the same source Although by this act she arrayed her- from Louisiana, three from New. hope today that if a strike were called g

enlargement of the commerce com the had a been spirited away. says word has been received from Berlin self against her former allies Ger- York, two from Illinois, two from they could run eiiough food trainsto 4
nine members. The establishment negro many and Austria, she remained officially the city from privation. The
mission to ;, The sheriff yielded and left townin I that Gernnny will hand his pass New Jersey'two from Missouri! keep ,
of an eight-hour day as a an automobile to reveal the .. I Inegro's ports to the Rumanian minister today.'I at peace with Germany until and one each from California, Oregon [ city's milk supply, they promised '
legal basis of work and wages for today. Germany exerted every efforto .. and Washington. would be the first to receive consider- I ;
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railway employees operating trains; hiding place. 6oo I induce her to remain neutral, sending C> N ation. The big milk companies have t
the President ofa Rumania Makes Fourteenth. Prince von Buelow, of the I the situation :
the appointment by i> o ooooo000 one .4 (4 (!: oooo't! been organizing to meet i
commission to observe the opera- I> Rumania becomes the fourteeenth ablest statesmen of Germany to Rome. I' ever since the strike became imminent !

tion of the eight:: hour day and to re- nation to join in the war. Her In- I The prince for some time averted war Drivers of milk wagons! have been instructed -

port to congress without recommendation ANDREWSTHINKSCOTTONMAYG9! vfvention eL-'er on the side of the between Austria rnd Italy and when HIGHSCHOOLTOSTARTUP | to make a census of the ba-

; the approval by congress of the allies or the central powers has been he saw a rupture was inevitable he i hies on their routes and I they will be
consideration of the Interstate Commerce awaited with symptoms of concern by negotiated a special agreement, under I| attended to first. The milk companieshave
Commission of the increase of :I'oth since the beginning of the great which in case of war between Austria arranged to obtain hundreds of .
freight rates to meet the expenses of 'onflict. This is due not entirely to and Italy, Germany; and Italy AGAINSEPTEMBER motor trucks which will be used to

the eight-hour day; the amendment of Rumania's military strength, but also pledged themselves to respect the I collect milk from the territory surrounding
the Federal statute providing for the to the strategic advantages of her properties and lives of their respective New York if the regular

investigation) of industrial disputes, TO 10 CENTS LB. geographical position and the fact her subjects in each other's domains. This 11A milk train service fails.:
prohibiting strikes or lockouts during entryopens to the Russian army a meant for Germans guarantee of Daily Milk Usage.!

f- the investigation; providing the Presrjinlident !Gateway through Rumania to attack many millions of dollars worth of New York consumes 2.-r'00,000 quarts '

with power, in case of military the Bulgarians: from the north while properties in Italy and for Italy the ;i of milk per Jay and it is estimated

necessity, to take over the railroad' BELIEVES THAT FARMERS the allied\ army having its base at safety of :30,000 Italians in Germany. FULL FACULTY HAS BEEN I I that 25: per cent of thiS goes to babies M

and to operate them for military pur- j'.Saloniki:;; attacks them and their German Was :Steadily Drifting TowardVar SELECTED BY TRUSTEESTrustees and onother 25 per cent to children
SHOULD REAP BENEFITS allies from the\ south. who depend largely on milk for fllOI!.
poses. Italy and Germany haw been drifting -
4 Ha OUT Half Million MenNevJthclos.s The it
police departn.ent, was announced -
j steadily toward war. In fact,
NEW YORK, Aug. 20.-Announceweit Offers to Make Liberal Advances to l;umal1la's military i Italy's) formal declaration amounts to I Urge A Full Attendance of today is prepared: if ned +'

made here tonight l hy the XI'lIa'en \\' Farmers Who Want to Hold -trength i is by no means little more than official recognition ofa Pupils on Ollt'ningDay For I arises to assume virtual control of
able. The has inronSider-\ fuel For thispurpose bi
the country a \ the food and supply.
railroad that because of For Top Price. state of affairs which already ex .
all 6,: P0,000( ( and her army Better Classification.The it has made a canvass to ascertain -
impendniff strike it would refuse isted. The declaration became inevitable
be Umatid at ; ,fJ.OOI.!) It often has been I the stock of lolhtulTs now rN
which cannot when -
shipments of freight Italyrecently sent troopsto
4, I give this as opinion of the described as one of the most thorough- I' available here and it has a list of :all Il .
delivered before 1 a. m. September my Saloniki to co-operate in the campaign Bradford County high
brought out the fact that similar actions price of Sea Island cotton: b' equipped and disciplined armies in on the Macedonian: front, as will open on September\ llth. Sl'hooll,I motor trucksnd other vehicles that I

were being considered \I.y other I see there is quite a little excitement Europe but recent information from Germany is directing the opposing patrons are urgently requested to can be used to carry freight and of
has thrown doubt other vesselsthat )
roads entering the city. over the marketing of Sea 1-1 Bucharest some up- forces and has troops on this battle make all necessary an.igements to lighters, towboats and
been
has
Inquiry among financial interests land cotton. My opinion is that !, on its quality. Latelyit line. have their children on hand the first can be pressed into service in i #
stated that Rumanian officers are ill the waters surrounding the city. i
affiliated with the railroads indicatedno farmers have for a long time wanted : According to unffil'iall'eports Italy'sallies day of school that all may be placedin
Rumania
trained and undisciplined tljit In the wholesale and commission 4
change from the stand upholdingthe to sell their cotton at 10 cents per were dissatisfied and asked the their proper classes without inter- grocery I '
has artillery and that it reportedthat
I heavy district today was
no
principle of arbitration, come what pound in the !seed and I see no reason its flying service is inferior. Some Italian representatives at the Paris rupting the progress of the school by restaurants, hotels and boardinghouses d
may. why, with careful management! that entente conference why their nation having pupils come in late and behind I
in
advocateof Rumania's participationin were beginning to lay huge
cannot be done this season. And I was not at war with Germany. Italy their fellow classmates.
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have asserted that she
the Wholesale}
w: r stocks of food. grocers are
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ST. MARK'S i CIIL'UCII.Mornin for thinking
will give my reasons already had not to conclude
agreed
a The have endeavored to
trustees
million
lizc
obtained could mol : as many as one not disposed to agree with the predic-
that the ahopri'e can be separate peace and at the !Paris conference choose each and teacher because -
men. Th? mobilization of her army every tion that in the event of a railroad
prayer and address, 11 for good white cotton. has l been in progress for months anda sanctioned the plan for a per- of fitness to teach and we ear- tie-up there would be a food famine

o'clock. First, there is already a scarcity of few day ago was reported to be manent high council of the entente nestly urge all patrons of the schoolto here in a week. If the milk supplyfor
Evensong and address to children, cotton goods already manufactured. I complete.The powers for future conduct of the war. co-operate with teachers by hav- children could be assured, it was

4p.m. Second the Egyptian cotton is quoted -; motive which prompts Rumaniat The increasing co-operation among the ing their children on hand daily with said that the rest of New York could >,
Sunday SchDol,10 a. m. at about 32 cents per pound right oenter the war is the satisfaction of entente allies and the necessity for well prepared lessons, by so doing the find food enough here or within easy
The public is cordially invited to attend now, and I have been informed the her "natioral aspirations" described bringing into service Italy's surplusof school can be kept thoroughly graded reaching distance to last for a month.
the services.PRIMARY. mills will use our cotton at the same by Take Jonescue, the Rumanian liberal I troops, which could not be employed and thus reach its highest point of ef
I prices as the Egyptian cotton if they leader as the "policy of national' on the other fronts without bring- ficiency.
it. ing on war with Germany, gradually invite in other
can get instinct. We those living sec- CANDIDATECATFSMAKES
; REGIS- In the coming season there will bea Concisely this means expansion. In brought Italy into such a position thatit tions of the county desiring to take -

big demand for cotton goods, as peo- the southern half of Bukowina, the became evident a declaration of hos- work in higher branches, to enter the

ple have bought very light this sum- Austrian crown lands, the Rumaniansare tilities against Germany was only a first day of school and full benefits of STARKEHIS
TRATION HELDASINSUFFICIENT the dominant race. The mass of matter of time. the school will be accorded them as

mer.We will admit that on the first of people in eastern Transylvania, a part The first overt act in this direction this is The Bradford County High '

August the manufacturers had 25,000 of Hungary, is Rumanian by race and occurred/shortly after the Paris conference School maintained for the benefit of !
hales in their mills, and there was language. It is said that 4.000,000 probably as a result of it. On the entire county. THIRDVISIT :

10,000 bales held in storage, but that Rumanians live in Transylvania. February 29, Italy requisitioned thir- The following faculty have been selected -

being true we will not rush our cottonon Rumania has been credited with a ty-four of the thirty-seven German : A
the market all at once. They will long cherished ambition to annex the steamships interned in Italian watersto S. S. howling, Principal.Miss I'

REGISTRATION OFFICER soon use up this surplus and will need above provinces and at the same time help meet the pressing needs of Sunolia Vaughn, English and ADDRESSED SMALL CROWD

cotton to manufacture.But liberate the Rumanians now under the allies for !Chipping facilities. Other History. CITIZENS MONDAY NIGHTCall
HAS APPOINTED DEPUTIESTo should we rush our cotton on Austrian domination. Recently it was indications of approaching war have Miss Delle Stroman.E. OF

the market the speculator will see the reported that Russia had offered Czer- been observed in recent weeks, one of C. Warren, Principal Grammar

Vote at General Election Persons condition and cotton will soon drop nowitz to Rumania as a reward if she which was the denouncing of the cornmereial School. For Show of Hands Disclosed i1
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down, although the crops from all reports would enter with the entente. Rumania agreement providing for mu- Miss Frances Clark. Eleven Converts-Will Not Ghe
Must Register in General Books. are very light this year. also covets Bessarabia, the extreme tual respect of each other's subjects. Miss Alma Clark.
Nomination.
Deputies in Each Di trid. In order to keep the farmers from southwestern province of Russia The final step was the sending of Miss Emma Darby. Up Certificate of

sacrificing their cotton they can !gin on the Black Sea, which was taken Italian troops to Saloniki. Mrs. 0. L. Stuck, subject to exami- I

their (cotton (one bale or as many as from her by the Berlin treaty of 1878 Although officially at peace, Italy nation. The third public appearance :n
Under an amendment to the election they wish) and \\e will advance them Reports have stated that Russia also and Germany severed diplomatic relations Mrs. J. C. Poppell. Starke of Sidney J., Catts, candidate'
: law it had bet4:1: expected that the very near the marketing price and has; consented to restore Bessarabiaa :: last yeir. That was why Italy Miss Mildred Crosby. I for governor of Florida, took place

names of persons registering in the let the cotton be held until they see. .. a war prize, with its population of adopted the usual procedure of asking :Miss Olive Ray. :Monday evening. This was the fiat
i primary election books could be transferred -', fit to sell it. two million, mostly Rumanians and an j Switzerland to inform Germany of her Trustees School, time his coming had been announcedin

to the general registration' It must be, that cotton is going to area of 20.000 square miles. This, declaration of war By J. C. Poppell Secretary. advance and his ahdiEnce was tone

books and that such persons would be rise or there would not be so many with Transylvania would give Ru- what larger than on former occasion

,' Qualified to vote at the general elec- agents over the county trying to buy,' mania a total population of approximately WORK ALLIGATOR TRESTLE.The SAPP WITHDRAWS.At I He has lately become the owner of s.n

tion without the formality re-registering and why not the farmer have the rise 13000000. automobile and spoke from his c-ir
: second stage of the rebuildingof
but the attorney general of instead of the speculator. Bradford lark.
of the
1 the time tof in front County
: the state has rendered an opinion' 1 believe farmer should be The district books will I* sent out to Alligator trestle south of Starke making my an-
every has arrived and floor of 6x12 nouncement for Marshal and Tax Col- Mr. Catts' mission at this time
a creo-
that required
tie amendment is not constitutional conservative and when he feels he is these deputies and they are
1 and registration officers throughout offered for his cotton what it is actually to keep the books open in the several soted timbers is being laid upon the lector I believed that I was eligibleto seems to be to denounce and discreditthe
j 'the state have been advised to worth taking into consideration the districts at least two days in each cap sills. On this floor will be placed hold the office, but I have since recount of the votes now in progress -
, ballast and the ties laid the ballast, found that temporary removal as a result of the contest instituted -
give my
notice to the class of voters re- of cotton goods I believe it a week from the first Monday in Sep on ..
1| ferred'to that they must register in good prices time to sell. A. D. ANDREWS. tember 'until the second Saturday in after which the bridge gang will have from the town disqualifies me. I am, by Mr. Knott; to promulgate the '
II i the general books if they wish to vote October. Persons Interested will do nothing more to do with the trestle therefore, withdrawing my candidacy.In idea that Mr. Knott is receiving the

"J, at the election in November. This general books are not required to register well to call early and register. I for many years unless! in case of fire, doing so wish to tender my very money necessary to carry on his con-
the track there being worked the sincere thanks to those citizens who test from the Roman Catholics
ll refers, of course, only to persons who : again.C. Precinct No. 1, Lawtey-Louis H. by
! here registered in the primary books, A. Knight! registration officer Hill section men. The work is being donein had pledged me their support. through Cardinal Gibbons, and to

but not in the general books. Those. for Bradford county, has: appointed the a substantial and permanent man Very respectfully,
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If. : PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER l, lilt

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:r ': : i TO SUBSCRIBERS.On OBITUARY. j -- -

i KNOTT WOULD SUFFERED FORTWENTY

Sacred to the Memory of "Poor Lizzie"Mr i
i! each copy of the Telegrph sent

t to a subscriber his name is stamped, H. S. Pinkston is the owner of \ '
i HAVE GAINED also the time when his subscription ex YEARS : pr $,j A r ,,1
a fine Hampshire male hog. He was j
pires. For instance if a is
paper
i also the owner of poor Lizzie, a faithful -
stamped "John Smith Iaugl6," it catch dog. On Wednesday of last'
; means that John Smith has paid
GLENST.MARYSBELIEVES I up
week Mr. Pinkston thought he would
I to August 1, 1916, and that he is due Smothering Spells Almost Set weigh his hog as there had been much

i E : to make pay another in advance.payment If ,he as sends we require in- Me Wild", He Says-Takes speculation as to what he would weigh. Immense Profits in StrawberriesStart

Accordingly! he undertook to drive his
BOXES WERE $1.50 for another year's subscription, Tanlac and Says He is Now
hog to the scales: of the Brown Gin
if he looks at the coming the With Kind of Plants
paper Co., but on arrival he refused to be Right
ROBBED TO INJURE HIM Well and
'; first or the second week after the payment Strong."For .
I weighed and made a start for home, rich in color delicious in flavor large and I
he will find the expiration date Luscious strawberries, sound
'i when )Ir. Pinkston to'd' his faithful are the kind produced by plants raised in the Trge! nurseries! at Pitts-
1 changed to "lau 17, meaning that he
Expected to Gain on Second Choice. twenty I have suffered
t years dog to catch him. Tingle plants mature early, yield abundantly! and
i has to 1 1917. This are
:1 paid up August with catarrh in head and throat. absolutely
: Votes.-Candidate Makes Statement I my According to orders the dog caughtthe true to name.
should be easily understood and no Everybody who knows me, and I knowa hog, but only to meet her death. Plants
In Florida Use Tingle
I in Regard to Matter. one needs to be in the dark when his of knows this
great people, The
many hog being very tyirge and the
I I subscription expires. to be a fact," said C. F. Cartwright, dog very small it was impossible for Northern Grown Plants Are Big Money Makers

.i i I JACKSONVILLE Aug. 28.-W. V. \ A week or so before the expirationof who lives in Alton Park, Chattanooga, her to stop him. The hog made a pass Tingle plants are Northern Strawberries from Tingle plan
the subscription we send the sub- Tenn. reliable and vigorous. plants are gooi for from S7ui to$1UJ8
Knott, candidate for issued at the dog and cut her throat with his grown true, >
I governor scriber a post card, notifying him of "Every night my head would be so Large' tusk, knocking her loose from Missionary and Klondyke are favoran acre every sea..t.n. First: on mar. '
i a statement last evening in which he the fact, also that he is due to send stopped up I could hardly breathe andI him. but she caught him again and ites. Good shippers and fine flavor. ket, thy always bring good prices.
declared he believed would have gained
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t I had the ballots of Glen St. Mary his :subscription in advance, if he would have d choking feeling and a held on until she fell, supposedly dead. Free Booklet on Strawberry Growing
wishes" continue take the
precinct been recounted. In discussing to to paper, shortness of breath that nearly droveme In a few minutes she rallied and liv- Tats attractively Illustrated booklet covers the election of soil, terti. ..
i or to notify us to stop it if he wantsit wild. I I had catarrh of the Using eprayin cultivating picking, packing and marketer It tell|
ed about hours
guess
two which time
during
I the theft of the bal'ots' Mr. Knott explained stopped. Ten after the subscription about leading varieties and describes Tingle plants in detail yeid tOlJ.J
days -
I I that the returns showed the stomach, too, because I had indigestion Mr. Pinkston done everything possibleto for this book and price list.
expires, if we have heard of the time. In fact I have
mot save her life but to no avai1. Thisis LEAMON G. TINGLE
I second choice votes to have been incorrectly 506 Pine St. Pittsvint
: nothing from him, we send a second bid
had well for and have
not a day years, a great loss to Mr. Pinkston, as he
i counted and as a result not Grower oi Choice Strawberry PlsntsBook
notice. If withina
no response conies been and restless I simply
so nervous raises a great number of hogs in the
counted in the final returns. There
I reasonable length of time, we take I dreaded to see night come, because I river and it is to
swamp necessary
is no chance of throwing out entire
his name off the list if he is
I except could and to tell the truthI
not sleep,
have a well trained dog.
county because of the robbing of ballot
; i well known to valid who
us as a man
weak and run-down I have
was so To show his for faithful
? box in one precinct according to )Ir. I respect a
intends to for the extended sub- '"
pay not been able to do work for I
; : Knott. any dog she was kept over night and at a "
scription. The notifications he has received don't know ho,v IonXo/ kind of medicine suitable hour and place was ''aid to
Mr. Knott's Statement. ,
!i besides the time marked on and I took nearly everything, rest in a suitable coffin Mr. Pinks- t on Strawberry Growing
: The statement of .Mr. Knott the '
is as paper, debars him from saving! I
I I seemed to help me a particle until ton wishes for her a safe journey to (
follows: that he did not want the paper anddidn't ', heard of this Tanlac. ily son-in-law dog heaven. REPORTER. \ This FREE book tells about soils and how best to

"The statement made by me recent'y know his subscription had run ] induced] me to try it, as he had been (T* pare these. Practical information regarding plants, fertiliz.pre.

,I concerning the missing ballots out, when we send him a bill. hearing a lot about it. OFFICER SHOT BY WOMAN. I(a ing, setting, cultivating and spraying.If .
1t from the Glen St. : thapave A has the
: Marys precinct publsiher disadvantageover "I have used two bottles of this i interested in strawberries-the
Mr. Catts a majority had refer- other business men that you are big money
t many medicine, and am proud to say I be- MACON Ga. 2-3. I( .
should
Aug. : -Captain crop -you have this book. Serd for it today.
to the between his few
.. ence only race myself customers, except a very lieve I am as well and strong as I =
Edgar J. F. Fifth
j and :Mr. Catts and had no reference to out of his sight and can only be reached and Spratlin, Company j WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.
.
: ever was. My appetite digestionhave Regiment, National Guard of Georgia,; .
the vote received 'Mr.: Hudson the mails. We
by as through spend a
I ; Manufacture of Ideal
and right Fertilizer
improved am gaining shot and instantly killed here in''' ,
his name no longer figures in the ques- good many dollars for postage during was ( Dealer* in Fertilizer Materials,Spraying Implements and Insecticides
along. I at and
sleep good night can
his tent at today by Mrs. H. C.i,
tion of who was the Democratic nomi- the year in order to collect what is breathe fine. I have those noon > JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
no longer Adams, of Atlanta, which place is al- ( ,
nee for o\'ernor. The returns bear due us, as many subscribers seem to
1 choking, smothering sensations like I so the home of Captain Spratlin. I j, "" "" "" "" ''
out this statement, :Mr. Catts being regard their dues to the publisher of used to have. '
:Mrs. Adams it is said here
i credited with and came
seventy-nine first less importance than their dues in !
: "Everybody certainly ought to know from Atlanta today, and went to the
second choice votes cred-
to forty-six other directions. This is wrong. Our I
about this medicnie for it has
\ surely tent occupied by Sprat'in' and recog-
.' ,. ited to me. claims on your consideration are as done wonders for me. The only thing. nized him in uniform, and is said toi I

i t "The second choice votes were incorrectly just as any others. The honest man or I hate is that I did not hear about i it I have exclaimed "You have ruined
,
tabulated' the tally sheets woman is honest in small things as my I A7eZinnce
years ago, as I believe it would have home," and then fired twice at the of-
i showing ten second choice votes well as in the large. (
on saved me lots of sufferin ficer with a thirty-eight calibre re-'!
eight first choice ballots cast for Far
Tanlac is sold
-- -- exclusively in Starkeby volver. The first bullet entered his ,
ris and five second choice votes on two DOES SLO,AN'S LINIMENT HELP C. P. Cason; in Lake Butler by neck, severing the jugular vein, and
first choice ballots cast for Wood. RHEUMATISM Tomlinson-Maines Drug Co.; in Hampton -
the second entered his mouth killing j
"I believed when I asked for by the Hampton Pharmacy; in
a recount -
Ask the wlio it he knows. him almost instantly.
man uses Lawtey by the Cash Drug Store in t
of the ballots in this Glen St. ; The Method of
"To think I suffered all these years Raiford by the Weaver Drug Co.; Mrs. Adams, who has a husband and! approved handling busi-

Marys precinct that a correct count and in Worthington by R. T. Taylor. three children Atlanta' was arrested ness finances is to bank all receipts

when 25 cent bottle of Sloan'sI.iniment
would be to my advantage and I still one C. A. Smith, Sampson, Fla-Adv. and placed in jail on the charge of
k f believe it would have been had not cured me," writes one grateful : murder, and tonight was hystericaland promptly, drawing out

the ballot box been robbed. The fact user. If you have rheumatism or Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up SystemThe I cried for her husband. She said enough cash to take :are of or-

that the ballots were stolen in this suffer from neuralgia, backache, sore- Old Standard general! -strengthening tonic to the officers that "Captain Spratlinwas dinary daily requirements and
Y precinct was not only a surprise buta GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TOXIC,drive ou. our family physician and was a
ness and stiffness, don't put off gettinga paying all bills of size
great disappointment to me. :Malaria.enriches the Mood.and builds up the sysTO. smooth man, and had taken advantageof any on
"' A true toni For adults an.1 children. -1
"I do not know where or how these bottle of Sloan's. It will give you : SOc me. I cannot tell' all, but the wom- separate checks.

ballots were taken from the ballot such welcome relief. It warms and en will understand. When the tesi-

a box. I do know that I deserve recount Special Sale on Men's and Boy's out I feel that the''' .
a soothes the sore, stiff, painful places mony comes sure Many individuals follow this method in
of these ballots and am firm in Palm Beach suits at Stump's.Read public will be with me, and I am confident -
and feel t
so much better. it
you Buy their
finances
: the conviction that a recount would that I will go free." The hus : personal with

have been to my advantape. This advantage at any drug store, only 25c. (1)) th > Teleerap -$1.50 a veal band of the woman, who works in a i profit and satisfaction.

,_ I lost by the robbery. The .--- -- ''aundry in Atlanta, is expected here I ,
-- --
statement that on account of the rob- --- tonight to be with his wife. Let Pus explain the

l cry of this bal'ot' box that the vote of I advantages of the

4 the entire county should or could be CATTLE TICKS ARE MAIN CAUSE FOR Clear Skin Comes From Within. { pay-by-check plan.

thrown out is the merest bosh. No It is foolish to think you can gain a J .

recount being possible now on account good clear complexion by the use of '

of these ballots being missing the returns POOR QUALITY OF FLORIDA BEEFFine face powder. Get at the root of the ( : g

as first made must stand. The trouble and thoroughly cleanse the: '

I theft of the Glen St. Marys ba'lots' system with a treatment of Dr. King's t Bank f Starve .

: was to my injury and whoever committed quality cuts of beef have increased in cost to the consumer about New Life Pills. Gentle and mild inaction

I the crime knew it and did it 67 per cent during the last few months. The price for beef on the hoof do not gripe, yet they relieve t'

for the purpose of defeating a recount has also increased to a considerable extent for the grade of cattle which the: liver by their action on the bowels. ( .

I which was almost certain to increasemy will supply some of that kind of meat. Good for young; adults ,and aged. Go { Starke, :-: Florida

vote. Respectfully, But Florida tick-infested steers are not drawing much premium, as they after a clear complexion tvda '. ?5c at ,

: f "W. V. KNOTT." do not carry the quality of meat required for this special trade. It is true your druggist. (1) 1
that ; >OOC
every beef carcass has a section of tenderloin and porterhouse steak,
; but the small size and ,--- ---
I poor quality of --
WILL meat in the three or four-year-old tick- ..
.: MY CHILD TAKE DR. KING'SNEW infested --- -
r.r.r.I .
animal does not command a premium on the cutting block. The

j. DlSCo'ERY1The bulk of Florida steers class as canners and cutters at the packing houses.
best answer is Dr. King's New P ince Albert
Discovery itself. It's a pleasant sweet Kecentl.v large number of Florida "The more progressive farmers in gives
i I steers were sold on the St. Louis mar sections where the cattle tick has
\ syrup, easy to take. It contains the
i medicines which of ket, a few of the heaviest animals, been eradicated have purchased good smokers such
years experienceI %
averaging 630 pounds, bringing $5.40 i bulls to use in grading up their herds.
I proven best for coughs and colds. The result has been wonderful. High-

i Those who have used Dr. King's New per) hundred weight. A lot of them grade cows, producing deep, broad, \ delight becauseits
sold '
I l ; : Discovery longest are its best friends. as low as $4.70 per hundred I I i blocky calves that mature into 800 ,
i eight.
; 1, I Besides every bottle is guaranteed. If to 900 pound steers at two years old
1r On the same market several hundred have now replaced the small, cheap
r don't satisfaction I
i iI you get you get flavor is sa different and M _
Texas and scrubs that
Oklahoma the
steers, averaging were formerly on
back. But bottle
I I your money a use
i as directed. Keep what is left for from 1,025 to 1,275 pounds, farm. delightfully goodit ;
went over the scales at $7.35 "Scrub calves that were formerly
to
$8.30
1 r cough and cold insurance. ( can't bite
rP (1)) your tongueit ;
r per hundred pounds, while a load of worth from $4 to $7 at 12 months of

I corn belt tick-free yearling steers, averaging age are I supplanted by the grade beef can't parch your throat; :
'I calves that weigh 450 to 600 poundsat I
922 pounds, sold for $10
J hundred weignt p. per a year old and sell for $15 to $30a _you can smoke it as long and, !

Ticks Retard Development. head., : as hard as you like without sale
"Such grade calves have been mar.
Florida cattle owners have a lot of keted for several years by the Bureau '' comeback but real tobacco :

Colds native piny woods and grade cows on of Animal Industry in the Alabama .. : piness haI

the ranges which can be used as the cattle-feeding experiment at

should basis for better grade herds in the .prices ranging from $25 to $36 a head On the reverse side of every ..d

be "nipped In the future if the cattle ticks are eradicated when fattened before being,:mt on the Albert package you will read: rr'..
bud" for if allowed to market. Good profits made on q
run were
that beef I
pure-bred bulls
so
type PROCESS PATENTED .-
I TI unchecked serious results can be brought in from above the raising and feeding them." \ :' JULY 30TH, 1907" yf

j ji may follow. Numerouscases quarantine line to breed up the qual Comparative Costs That means to you a lot of tobacco &; e h
i of Mr. Ward has prepared some comparative (
consumption, pneumonia ity. joyment. Prince Albert has always beea j.
and other fatal diseases \V. F. Ward, senior animal husband. costs for raising calves and sold without Wt'
young stock in various sections of the coupons or premiums. (
I can be traced back to man, animal husbandry division, Bu country, based on actual results. prefer to give quality I

cold At the first sign of a reau cf Animal Industry, who has The average cost per 100 pounds .

!. cold protect yourself by studied the beef production problemof raising calf to weaning time was : '
he southern fur numberof
states a
I thoroughly cleansing $9.10 in corn belt; $7.22 in Pennsylvania -
your ;
I years. says: ; $3,53 in North Alabama; and ARINGE
with few doses of
; system a "Tue native southern cattle are ALBERTthe
$3.57 in West Alabama. Both Ala .
small in MZIvariable in color, usually -
I bama tests were made with tick-free
I
I WORD'S I poor in milking qualities, slow of stock.
t growth and poor in quality from the
standpoint of beef production. This The average cost per 100 pounds to national joy smoke ,, .
4 ""' IIIVOU'LL '
raise the
I calf to 12 or 15 months of
may be due to a number of causes,
age: $11.79 in corn belt; $7.24 in Pennsylvania -
11111 BLACK find
very prominent among which stands a cheery howdy-do on tap no
the cattle tick. ; $4.4'l in North Alabama ; Z matter how much of a stranger you are in the '
and $469 in West Alabama. in goodness and neck of the woods you drop into For Prince C I l II 1\h\ 0
"TLe : i
e animals could not Albert
grow normally it right there-at the first place you .
The
: while young nor develop when charges included feed, labor, pass that sells tobacco! The toppy red ,
1 DRAUGHT older! while they were infested with 'I' equipment taxes, risk depreciation, in pipe satisfaction bat hnforadrmethenthere'ehehenJis sells for a clceland the tidy red TOEACCO I5 DRfPl1l
11111 veterinarian fees, bull service and sixI -
ticks, which not only decreased thevitality I all we or its enthusiastic tome pound and half-pound tin FORSMOKUM
'f per cent interest on investment. I II. -
\ of the animals by the drain humidors and the pound PROCESS DBCWEKg
I I upon the blood supply, but weakeneJ I. Under tick-free conditions in Florida friends ever claimed crystal-flats humidor with MAIONGEXPEIDItEAi)
I'I'I I the old reliable, vegetable 1 and stunted them by transmitting the the calves and yearlings can be sponge-moistener that keeps the top to'PRODUCETlIEMOs' '
I raised cheaper than in Alabama and for it I
iver powder. I protozoa of Texas fever. I II bacco in such .
ra the packing plants which will be In banf-up tnm UCHTFULAXDr
f Mr. Chas. A. Ragland, o. I I "Scrub cattle were, therefore, ac- operation Jacksonville other afl-th.SOMETOBAuDf
at and ,
.
.1- Madison Heights, Va., says: ctptc-d.tut because not because the cattle they tick were, frequently wanted i Florida cities this winter will afford It answers every smoke desire you : .AR

i "I have been using Th dr combined with i i a nearby market for good quality beef.
poor treatment, Immature PROCESS
or other
r ford'S Black-Draught for .. breeding under range condition, i Florida has an abundance of water any man ever had It is so o''cool

stomach troubles, indigestion and often inbreeding: for generations and shade. The climate is equable, and fragrant and
with no destructive blizzards. Past'urnee appealing to your uRJMWlWOBl .
: scrubs as a result.
: and colds, and Find ittc gave
in general is plentiful and where
be the very best medicine I II Improvement Of The Cattle : lacking can easily be supplied by forage smokeappetite that you will get chummy with > j,,.

ever used. makes ai old "However, the u I bulls upon these herds of scrub cows soils. '
.1 I _
man fed like a young one. ,
}i especially! when the herd has been I Are you going to continue raising .0;
;1 li Insist oo Thedford's the kept free of ticks has resulted in I. cattle ticks and low priced canned Will you invest 5c or lOc to '-
;', original and genuine E-61 such an Improvement in the calves, I I beef, or are you going to eradicate prove out our say- > b::;-i

4lY J both as to size and quality that the j the ticks a"d raise !some hieh-priced: so on the national joy smoke? t nae.lhrPatat.d* Prp ?e/rM

old notion that good cattle could not quality beef Why not eradicate the too,... ..d r.afia.tint 1 D1 .
be rai=f"'. in the south Is rapidly being I ticks in thi community and raise hBukiat PriM'-a **ttt,_A,
i dispelled.; some good R. J. REYNOLDS
TOBACCO CO. tkiau.t .
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i FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1. 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE THREE +i


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"that political scalawag" did not get + + + + + .. + + + + + + + + + + 'Bated copy thereof. .I 4

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. quite a third of the democratic vote,1'MAN VICTIM OF + LEGAL NOTICES Section to the Z. Constitution Upon the: adoption the Legislature of this amendment shall
but it is also fact that in first choice
.. .. a + + + + + + + 40NOTICE + + + + + + + enact appropriate laws \(- carry the purpose
;1 -AM33 -' o22xwoooooZy2Y52' '1 ir a25 5t552R52 g i votes he beat out worthy comptroller: of this amendment into eflect. j

, about six thousand, which is not so bad PECULIAR OF ELECTIONWHEREAS. The votes fast in compiarue; with the proposed -

1 !; Live S tateJ ewsJ J for a stranger. What did you say? DEATHOscar The Legislature of 1915. under ;. and amendments returns thereof and. tie shall canvass be ,subjected declaration ,,

,! Now as to water seeking its 'evel.I the Constitution of 18S5. of the State of Florida to the same regulations and restrictions as
u did pass three Joint Resolutions propos- are provided by law fur
tK-cton
Mr. Catts to the general : \ in I
came see us us
-- yes, ,
2,(0LIII' T : I nit amendments to the Constitution of the the State of Florida.
Told by Our Exchanges.; : J common people, (and there sure is a j Keene Found Dead Near State of Florida and the same were aitrrrd to IN TESTIVONY WHEREOF. I t
by a vole of three-fifths of all the members have hereunto
bunch of us) and in his forceful and set my ham) and
elected! to each house; ; that the votes on said affixed the Great Seal of the
aaaaa> aaaaaa> ...raaaa ar.F7' clear cut logic convinced us that a ; His Home in Vicinity of
'-- --- Joint; Resolutions were entered upon their respective (SB.XL State of Flitiila. at Tallahassee

)1YERS.-Aecording to figures J also immense private beds owned in change in the way things were going i I Journals with the yeas and nays the Capito, this the twtnty-
Itchtucknee Springs.LAKE thereon and they did determine: and direct fifth day of July. A. D. 1916.
'. announced by the Lee county Farmers that bay where parties had secured would be to our betterment and we that the said Joint Resolutions be submitted H. CLAY CRAWFORD.

Truckers Association, 500 acres plants from Louisiana and other sections had to believe him, as we were already -, to the electors of the State at the General 8. .lU Secretary of State. .

!" and will be planted to truck in Lee county and entered extensively into the convinced that it could not get I CITY.-A most mysterious Election NOW. in THEREFORE.November 1916.1. H. CLAY CRAWFORD NOTICE OF FINAi, DISCHARGE.Six .

the coming season. The ..reports' industT)'. worse. We did not hear him say that murder was what dawned upon the Secretary of State of the State of months after date hereof on to-W.t. the

during increase In he was not like other men, that he I. minds of those who found Oscar Florida do hE''by.e notice that a 14th day of January 1917. i will present my
show a larger pep- GENERAL ELECTIONwill vouchers and
than in any other crop. only wanted a man who was born a 1 Keene dead about three and one-half loe held in each county in Florida on A. Gardiner.final County account Judge to the of Honorableieo. Bradford f

pers JASPER.-Mr. Richard Roberts democrat to vote for him. No, he is I miles from Itchtucknee Springs and Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday in county Florida as administrator of the! estate .

who lives one mile north of Marion, one of us, and promised to work for near his home last Sunday morning. VovmWr, ).. D. 1916 the said Tuesday being of D. S. Wheeler dieeastd. and asked to

BRO 50X. Eighteen thousand was knocked off the railroad by the our betterment.Mr. He had evidently been shot throughthe the SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER be This dhchraged the 14th a day such of administrator.July: 1916.D. .

cubic centimeters of serum was ordered northbound local freight at Marion on Knott was in office while I was I neck with his own gun, and the for the ratification or rejection of the said W, M\NNINo.

last week for use in stamping out last Tuesday and was instantly killed still and has still Joint Resolutions proposing amendments ta Administrator of the estate of D. S. \htI'r.df"Cease .
in pinafores, sat and i most generally accepted theory seemsto the Constitution of the State of Florida, viz: T-14-6mj '
hog cholera in the Morristown sectionof III' and his brother, Edd Roberts, had today I am paying 100 per cant more be that he was either sleeping or

Levy county, where the disease has started home from Marion and were taxes than my ancestors paid, still' resting, and his assailant took advantage .\ JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an Amendment MASTER'S SALE
It is to Section 9 of Article 9 of the Notice is hereby given that under and by
threatened to become epidemic. walking between the main line and he comes out this year of our Lord of the situation and killed him State Constitution. Relating to Taxation virtue of that certain final of foreclosure

said that several hundred hogs will side track. The train was pulling in and promised to reduce taxes. Why with his own gun. and Finance. made and rendered Irf 1914. by
the Be it Resolved by the Legislature of the Stateof the Judge of the Circuit Court of the Eighth i
be lost through
ravagesof the side
probably on track and when within has he not already reduced them ? The gun was beside him, and a num- Florida: Judicial Circuit of FlorHa. in and for Bradford F

the disease. about thirty feet of them Richard Pray tell me if you can. Mr. Catts' her of shot had been fired through his That the following amendment of Section County in Chancery sitting, in favor of Ef
Roberts the side track in 9 of Article 9 of the Constitution of the State, C. W. Zaring & Co.. a corporation. complainant -
stepped on candidacy was received with ridicule, neck, entering on the neck and stopping relating to Taxation and Finance, is hereby I' and James A. Wainright and Lettie

OC.\L-\-The Federal Sugar Company front of the train and was killed. He he was not allowed any showing at when they struck the ground. agreed to and shall be submitted to the electors Vainright. hi wife and J. B. Rhoden. defendants -

a new corporation, has leased undoubtedly thought the train was on the political meetings, he was treatedto Seven shot of this fatal load were of the State for adoption or rejection at undersigned will offer for sale ;
the election hereafter that is to
next general
and
; before the Court House door at
3,000 acres of muck and hammock landon the main line and stepped on the sidetrack silent contempt by the state press gathered by Sheriff Perry and will' beheld kay, that Section 9 of Article 9 of the Con- s..1, Bradford county Florida during the

the Oklawaha river near Stark's to get out of the way and made and when he did have a chance to pending further investigation. To stitution of the State. be amended to read as legal hours of sale on Monday,

Ferry, in Marion county and has be- i the mistake which cost him his life. speak to an audience, he was greeted most of those who viewed the awful follows"Section: 9. There shall be exempt from to the highest SEPTEMBER and best bidder Uh. 1916., for eah. the .' ;

gun the development there of a sugar He was about 71 years of age, was a vith round after round of applause, scene, it seemed unbelievable that he taxation property to the value of five hundred following described land lying and being in j

cane plantation a large truck farm a good man in all the relations of life and never a word about it in the papers could have shot himself, as the gun dollars to every widow that has a family Bradford County Forida. a description :
dtndent on her for support and to every i of which is
sugar mill and canning factory. The and many will regret to hear of his while Mr. Knott could read his was heavy and evidently handled ata person who is a bona fide resident of the State Part of six t61 8 acres foll."s.of land towit, eomn.ncinl: I J

lands have been leased by the company death. little manuscript to a sloopy crowd close range position that would have and has lost a limb or been disabled in war at NE corner of land, formerly owned by T. :

for M )'e.lrs.BROSOX.A. and the papers would proclaim himan !been impossible for him. or by misfortune." W.Section Sweat 28 and and running 29 ; thtnce East Sooth to a line on d--idm.Section: j!,. J

FERXANDINA. orator, and say he brought down Sheriff Perry and Judge Ives went A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an amendment line 220 yards ; thence WVt to SE corner of
of
industry a interests to Sections 2, 3 and 4 of Article VII land formerly owned by T. W. thence
the house. The money were down and held the inquest. The ver- SI..al. I
bond issue of $10- manufacturing nature with prospectsfor of the Constitution of the State of Florida. North to the starting ; all being in Sec-
000 for the erection of a modern schoolin growth and development into an against Mr. Catts, the corporations, dict of the jury was that the deceasedcame Relating to Census and Apportionment 'ion 29. Township 6.pint "1 ; containing
the Be it Revolved by the Legislature of the State four acres, being the 1_. I
the railroads and especially political to his death at the hands of un- same more or
this city was carried by almost an immense plant of its kind in the early of Florida: JOE HIIX SVILLI:MS. I i

unanimous vote here, only two dissenting future, has been established in this ring that has dominated the dem- known parties. That the following amendment to the Constitution Special Master in Chancery f
The ocratic party so long, until it thinksit His wife and two other ladies together of the State of Florida be, and the !i. E. FUTCH.
votes being polled. building city b11'. R. McDonell who is to 1 .;
match. same are hereby agreed to, and the same shall Solicitor for Compla nant.
the whole
owns shooting with several children went to
when completed will be an ornament Le congratulated upon taking the ini- lie submitted to the electors of the State at ---.- ----- -- -- .
to the community and will have all the tiative in this particular line of busi- Consequently, we, the common herd, Itchtucknee Springs to enjoy a bath,, i the general election in 1916 for ratification or pA OR'S PROCLAMATION 1 ,
turned to Mr. Catts, because there was and Mr. Keene accompanied them as I Rejection: I, C. Hoover, Mayor of the town of I
advantages of any other school in the ness. Tie enterprise in question is a Section 2 of Article VII is hereby amended Starke Florida by virtue of the ,
a-ithority I
state. cooperage plant for the manufacture I, nothing else in sight. far as the end of a lane adjacent to so as to read as follows: vested. in me by law Tic hereby call an election
i Let me propound a conundrum or his property, where he left them to "The Legislature that shall convene in the to be held at the TOWN HALL in the I
of barrels to be used the fishing 1 ,
I by i 1919 and thereafter shall consist of
year onem..m..r aforesaid tOI.n. ny the qtalifted voters th"re'n. ;;
two and tell me if you can. Right hunt for some hogs and he ladies returning -
PEXSACOLA. receiver of the trade in the shipping of fish and : pray of the Senate from each county in m Tuesday, the 12th day of spt..m.r. 1916. :
here in Alachua county, where the inspectors after their bath, went about the State and of one member of the Houseof for the of electing officers i
There has
shrimp. been folowhlll
long steady
defunct First National Bank of Pen- a in five precincts failed' to sign their usual duties, but about sundown Representatives from each county in the : lurp
sacola has declared another dividendthis daily demand here for a large number State for every ten thousand of population One Mayor. .'
of barrels and at times the the return sheet. Why, yes, why was Mrs. Keene heard a shot in the direc- therein, or the major fraction thereof where One Clerk. I
pro- :
time of five per cent, and the the one that gave Catts a majority tion in which the remains of her hus- there may lie a major fraction left over after One Marshal and Collector. '
kind of barrels could be had
checks for amounts due depositors are per not dividing the whole number of population of Three Aldermen. : '
t
thrown and the four that
out band found afterwards
at any price the fishermen and ship- gave were thoughat the county by the number ten thousand ; Provided One A8 8r.
being sent out. The new dividend to- the of Knott a majority counted? When a the time she did not think of the that each county shall have at least one Inspectors of said ejection J. I.. Peek ;1 l
having to to
tals a little over $93,000. This makesa pers resort use check that Catts gave: a lady stenog- tragedy that had come over her life. Representative and that no county shall havemore F. I' Shafer and T. N. Kendrick. 'I{ .
of thus other barrels and boxes which rendered than three Representatives in the Houseof In t. whell. I hereunto subscribe '
dividend
total 60 per cent shipments unsafe and hand- rapher was turned down for lack of However, when dark came and he had Representatives. She members of the Houseof my name and cause the seal of the said II .
very
far realized from the assets and declared funds with which to meet it, why was not returned she became nervous and Representatives shall be elected for a term town to be hereunto affixed this 8th day of
for the benefit of depositors. ling quite unsatisfactory. of two years and the members of the Senate August. 1916.
that fact heralded over the state as after waiting a reasonable time, wentto hal! he elected for a term of four years, except C. F.
HOOVER
common news item, and twelve good a neighbor's and told the family as hereinafter provided. The election for Mayor n f ..

PLANT CITY-Mrs. Ellen P. Crow- ANSWER TO MR. McDONALD. men and true made oath that the bal- that he had failed to return which she time members and for places.each bnrch The term shall of be office at the of same Senators (SEAL) 8-ll-5t

der an old resident of this place died lot boxes in Madison county had been could not account for, as he was a man elected in 1916 shall expire on the first NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED ;

less than twenty-four hours after the tampered with? Why did not those of regular habits and a great home Monday in April, 1919. The term of officeof UNDER SECTION 8 Of CHAPTErf 4$**. r
LaCrosse, Fla., Aug. 21, 1916. Senators elected in 1918 from the follow. LAWS OP FLORIDA I
death of her brother, John C. Tever, Editor Telegraph: same papers make a news item out of lover, and not known to have an enemy t Inir counties toEseambia; Cadsden, Notice U hereby given that O. W. Thomas. J I I

a member of the local camp Unite that ? in the world. i Jackson, Leon, Madison, Lafayette, Taylor Columbia purchaser of Tax Cllit'cate No. IV, dated f
Confederate Veterans. had made If you will give me space, I will try When the bosses in Nassau, Duval Marion, Sumpter. Jefferson the 3rd day of August, A. D., 1M4, bas fled J '
They political were The then instituted
to answer in part, some of the ques- neighbors a Lee Monroe. Putnam. Volusia Hamilton. said certificate in my tifT.ce. and has made application
their home together,: for many yean tions which the Lake Butler poet has control and solidly against Catts and search which was without results until Alachua, Ilronard. Liberty, Hernando for tax deed to issue in accordance ,

and some time ago purchased coffins had the privilege of appointing the about daylight in the morning when Pinella. Brevard Palm Beach and Levy shalexpire with law. Said certificate embrace the following -
propounded in your last issue. First, the first in described situated
on Mcr.day April. 1921 ; all proiirty in Bradford
from a local undertaking establish- though, I would like for you to correcta men who held the election, when the they discovered his dead body about other Senators to be elected in the year 1918 County Florida to witE i of SW and ,

ment. Their names were inscribed on little mistake that I believed county canvassing board, when the three and a half miles from Itchtucknee their term of office shall expire on the firs SWi4 of SEl See. 4. lp 7. S. R. 20 E.. li .
you Monday in April, 1923. All members of the acres The said land ling assessed at the
had numberof state canvassing board and in fact' .
monuments they placed
a .
made. If you will look up that spasmof Springs.The House of Representatives elected at the general date of the issuance uch certificate;e in the
years ago in Oaklawn cemetery. his'n again, you will notice that every one who had any thing to do deceased left a wife and two election in 1918. their term of office shall name of UNKNOWN o Unless said Certificate -,

you with counting the votes were solid for small children in straitened cir expire on the first Monday in April, 1921, anthereafter fhal be fl.D. aceirdinl to law. 'tax deed ;
made a foot line instead of a head- very .
the term of office of all members of issui- on day pf September. i
KISSIMMEE. Active work will begin line to it. Right at the bottom you Knott. How can they accuse the cumstances. the House of Represtntatives shall Commence A. D.. 1916. .
Catts crowd of stealing the polls' ? Vigilant inquiry is being pursued as on the first Tuesday after the first Monday; Witness in? >tficia! fh'natul and seal this
this "A
at once upon plans for the holding put literary nightmare and The of the American in April next succeding the election. At the the 10th day of Augt'st. A. D.. ,
sympathy great the of the murderers.- 191'1.
of the first annual Osceola count I insist that it should have headed that to identity general election in H>20 and thereafter all W.: T. ,
people with a few exceptions, Lake Index. Senators to be elected shall be elected! Court Bradford .
fair. Bids for of suitable poetical gem from Lake Butler.To City for a Cle.: Circuit County, Florida. i
forty acres term of four the
.
are and ever have l been with the underdog years term to begin on the !
land located near the railroad and start with this "sweet singer"wants first Tuesday after the first Monday in Aprilof (SEAL) 8-ll-5t i

public road are now being sought bythe to know why a polecat stinks. and the common people flockingto COURT HOUSE NEWS. the following year except that when a new --
the Catts' standard is only as water county is created the Legislature shall at that NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED fr
I have heard the and
in dim
board of directors of the Fair Association uncer- time fix the length of the UNDER
seeking its level. :Mr. Catts got 90 Real Estate Tran,rt'rs. term of the first SECTION fc OF CHAPTER 43S3.
held in the City Council HalBetween tain past that in the original crea- Senator to be elected therefrom at two or four LAWS 01' FLORIDA
tion of this peculiar species of ani- out of 104 votes cast here, and I fee A. E. Surrency to John W. Lewis, years wth; the end in ,'il'of keeping the Notice is hereby given that E. A. Kennedy
ti,000 and $7,000 of the cap- safe in saying tha tin November he Interest in northwest quarter of south number of old Senators in balance: with the purchaser of Tax Certificate No. ]hS. dated .
ital stock of $10,000 has been subscribed mals that he was endowed with :1 'west number of the new" the 3rd -lay' of August V D.. 19H. ha> filed
less of
I mink moans of defense and that will' get 10:5.: As we insist on sup- quarter, 5 acres south Section '1 of Article VII of the (""n titu. said in m* lrice, and hal made ,
and 02: shares were represented at as a : e'rlifcat.
ootil1the peoples nominee and not railroad and south half of southwest lion is hereby, amended so as to read as follows .. tax drc to issue in accordance
the meeting. is r.boit all that ho uses it for as the<
: with law.
the courts' maybe I will not be quarter of northwest quarter in sec. 9 Sail certificate embracesthe
convicted '
one who disturbs him must invariably The regular session of the Legislature that fol.v.-11 uetcrilnil \Irr..rlyiluated in
take the "offensive." You can, however of high treason: if I say that 7 20; warranty deed; consideration shall mitt in 1917 shall apportion the representation Brdfod < ), Florida to wit: Com at t

WIXTER HA\'EX.-Work has bee we, the common people, have some $;)0.I in the House of Representatives as NE Cur of SE'! of f. 24 and run S. 161 ires.
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avoid his odor by keeping a in th s Article provided which apportionment ., thence W. 20 .. thence N. 160 rds.,
started at this place on the survey for respectable di.-tanc('. voice in making the courts.I I J. B. Thomas to John W. Lewis interest '' all l>e based upon the last cersus taken by th.ncl E. 20 rd to it of leg Set 24, Tp 8.

the forty-seven miles of sheet asphalt This modern "Lonir" fellow would suggest to would-be officeholders in preceding lands; warranty the Slate of Fluriiia! or by the United States, R. L'?, 2n ae. The lid land lieinu assessedat
ncasks \ which ever U the last taken, in the several *ne date of the isMiiir.ce }f such certificatein
road fur the of which bond to have soft stoves' when deed; consideration $50.;
building a ; why water runs down bill.:1- on courtiis of the State, and those that shall the 1m. of Mrs t. N. Payne Unless
election! will be held. It will be knownas ter. like character habits and multitude handling any thing as delicate as the ;M. C. Hunter to John W. Lewis, interest tent every ten years thereafter shall aiinnr-, raid certificate hal 1 redeimea aeror.linl
in preceding lands tion the representation in the House of Rent 10 law tax died :< i-bUt thereon on the 4
warrantydeed
the Winter Haven special road and votes of "gardoens" other organizations ;
of other things, always has and .- ,,t ri'dlitf-- in the manner in this Article provided IJtli; day! of Setitenl-er .A. D., lilt.vVitmM .
bridge district, and the amount of always' will seek its level and by the as to trifle with them may ter- : consideration $:;0. which apportionment shall be based upon my officiil i.n"tur. and 'tal this s

the bonds to be voted for will be $::100,- minate a "brilliant political career"as R. P. Lewis to John W. Lewis, inter- the last census enumeration taken by the the lath day ofUK.i A. D.. 1'<1R
way that partly explains why so many State of Florida, or by the United States, T. \NKK: ".
000. As about 75 per cent of the qual- voted for that "Alabaman." More is the case with our junior senator est in preceding land*;; warranty deed; w h'ch ever is the last taken before the Cer! :> Circuit (""'1.1, i'a4r'vrd! County. Flor

ified voters have signed the petition about that later. ns well as others who were "high up." consideration: $50.L. ; Legislature so apportioning the rojiiferitiU"n ida.

the carrying of the election is an assured I E. S. GAINEY. n, Lewis and wife to John W. shall convene." J V i'j R. A. Wr7.K3 .v
Next the is certainmen
on menu "why Section 1 of Article VII of the Constitution Deputy
fact.KISSIMMEE.. are opposed to light." Away Lewis, interest in preceding ]lands, w hereby amended so as to pal B' follows 1 '.5EAI.t_ t'ri.
1.IH.t
!back in the 1:; A. D. the great warranty deed; consideration $50.: : I -- -
year UGH CALOMEL MAKES Chanty Lewis to John \V. Lewis interest "When any new county is created by the NOTICE OF FIVAL DISCHARGE
,
.-C. 15. Elam an ex- Teacher made this remark, "Men love Legislature it shall be entitled to one Senator Six months after this date to-wit, on the
tensive cattle dealer and ranchman of darkness rather than light and will! YOU DEATHLY SICK in preceding 'lands; guardian'sdeed. and one member of the House; of Representatives 29th day of January Itl7, I will present to ..
unt I the next enumeration provided for the Honorable George A. Gardiner County
Houston Texas, has been a big pur- not come to the light lest their deeds in Section 5, of this Article, that thall betaken Judge of Bradford ((I.lv. FI"rda. my a voucher
J. E. Andrews wife W.
and to John
chaser of cattle in this section duringthe should be made known," and this prob- after the creation of the said new and final accounU neulor of the last
those Madison Stop Using Dangerous Drug Lewis, interest in preceding lands, county or until the next census enumerationthat will and testament of W. H. Rive-n. deceased,
ably explains why county -
present season. With the train- shall be taken by the United States of and ask to be as such etrcutor.
deed consideration di"ar..d
load of 1.000 head shipped Thursdayto votes did not look the same after Before It Salivates You! warranty ; $50. America after the creation of the said new This the Slat day July, 1916. '
E. J. Lewis to John W. Lewis inter- county whichever shall the be taken
sooner
his spending a few nights in the court J. E. FLITCH j
ranch miles northwest
twenty It's Horrible. after the creation of the said new county when Executor of the
est in precednig lands warranty deed last and Testament of j
of Houston he has bought from the house. Also the fact that the gains ; ; it shall be entitled to one member of the W. H. Rivers, ''..Wi. 7--8-6mo.

cattlemen of this section during the come in groups of five and ten and consideration $50. Haute of Representatives for every ten thous- -- --
other numbers that easily' tabulnt You're bilious, sluggish, constipatedand Hiram E. Fortner to B. J. Alder- and of population or the major fraction NAMES STRICKEN OUT ;
summer no less than 7,000 head. lIe are thereof the same as other counties" I
expects to buy 3,000 head more before ed. And again, that attorney for )Ir. believe you need vile, dangerous man, in sec. 25 8 22; quit claim deed; A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an amendment Notice 'a hereby given that at a meeting of p

the close of the Knott in Hamilton county being in a calomel to start your liver and clean consideration $100.D. to Section 1 of Article VI of the the Town Council held August 1th. 1916.
season. Constitution of the State of Florida as the following the
were
bowels. C. Melvin to II. C. Parker south n.m.
make oath to what your ,
to
as
position amended by Joint Resolution No. 2, Acta registration book.
would be found in a ballot box, if re- Here's my guarantee! Ask your half' of northeast quarter of northeast of 1893 Relating to Suffrage and Eligi Alvarez, A. B. reiroved.

LIVE OAK.-That rich deposit of for quarter and northwest quarter of bility. Carter J. C dee I
a counted I hold that darkness is re- druggist a 50 cent bottle of Dod- BE it Resolved fcy th. Legislature of the State Edwa-d. '
phosphate has been discovered in Su sponsible.As son's Liver Tone and take a spoonful southeast quarter and northeast quarter of Florida: Fowler, W. N.renl-e.d

wannee county is the belief of H. G. tonight. If it doesn't start liver of southwest quarter and southeast That the following amendment to Section: 1 Harter Dock
to "why Tom Watson accept your of Article VI of the Constitution of
the State Frierson, W. J. do. aFerrell
Drawdy, who lives about three miles quarter ')f northwest quarter of
and straighten right better of Florida be and the is
not one cent of toll, I confess that you up same hereby agreed W. A. do
east of McAlpin, on whose place the than calomel and without griping sec 22 7 20; warranty deed; consdieration to and shall be submitted to the electors of Hemmingway, T. F. 4
is or
find was made. He brought it to Live a new one on me. I didn't know $1600.S. the State at the general election In 1916 for Johns E. B. do .i
there was a mortal on earth who would making you sick I want you to go ratification or rejection : Kite Holt. do '
Oak a quantity of it and persons who refuse his toll. But why elucidate further back to the stare and get your mon- T. Dowling to R. B. Roberts, Section 1. Every male person of the age of Moitt. C. L. Jo.
saw it pronounced it phosphate of a southeast quarter of northwest quar- twenty-one years and upwards who is a eit'- Mott. R. L.
on these convulsions from a zen of the United States at the time he applies Mattox. P. Jo
good ey.Take ter and southwest of northeast R
quality. Mr. Drawdy thinks he quarter to register shall be deemed F. der ad.Ojigley. .
would-be J. W. Riley, the Second ? I calomel today and tomorrowyou a qualified Massey, C <
has quite a quantity of it on his place quarter and north half of south- elector at all elections under the Constitutionof T. tot a citizen
have read them over and they have will feel weak and sick and nau- the State of Florida. roviHed. that he J. T. rt"nox"i.RSoden. .
of northeast posswra R..ayl
which he east and of
has ninety quarter quarter I
eighty
some or the effect of a drink of "briar cave." seated. Don't lose a day's work. Takea the following qualifications: J. B. .Jo
acres, and it is very probable that adjoining of southwest quarter of sec 2 5 20; warranty i He shall have resided and had his permanent Rob'neon, J. E. d}
harmless
They would be excellent to take in spoonful vegetable Dod-
lands also hiding much of deed; consideration 3000. home and place of abode in the State of Sparkman. J. J. debased. tj
are pwimming I drowns son's Liver Tone tonight and wake Flor da for and in the J. B. .
as a nan: never along up I one year eoul.l, wherein Sapp. removed.
this valuable stuff.PENSACOLAThe. as his head swims. .. feeling great. It's perfectly harmless A. B. Boney and wife to Drew H. he applies to register for six months pre- Smith. I-.. J. doWitkouski
Dukes all southwest quarter of south vious thereto. ; B. diWainruht.
R
I think Bro. McDonald is trying task l so give it to your children any west quarter east of A. C. L. railway,I He must be able to rtal write and interpret J. doWarren ,!
I time. It can't salivate let any Section of the Constitution of the J. HoWilliaou. '
oyster industry why Catts beat Knott. To start ,. so them L
also feet of southeast
west 210 quar- State of Florida at th; I'mhe applies to register do ,:
in this section has been done untold with, Catts cot the most votes. Of eat'anything afterwards. (11-4)) ter "southwest quarter of sec 33 6 and vote. The Council ..i b ir session Friday night I

damage by the heavy rains of the past course do nid not object to converts He must own in his own right property to Sertemb 1st Jll at 7:30 o'cUicn to restore ..
19 deed consideration
$400
; warranty ; the value of not less than five hundred dollars any naml al may ha>e teen erroneously
month. For miles the oyster beds ap- coming into the democratic fold. a>u Bad to Have a Cold Hang On. David Howell and wife to Florida which fact shall be dcterm'ned only by stricken from the registration cook J"

pear to le clear of live oysters. The gladly welcomed all that subscribed to the assessment books of the county at the C. A. FUTCH.
Don't let
your cold hang on, rack Hart, southwest quarter and west half
time he applies to Town Clerk. I'
register
bivalves have all been killed and vote. ; !l
apparently the oath, and registered as democrats. your system and become chronic when of southeast quarter and southwest He must not have been convicted previousto NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE ; ,

by the immense quantities of freshWater I failed to notice in any of :Mr. Knott's Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey will help quarter of northeast quarter of sec 8 the time he applies to register or ,vote of Six months after Bate I will present to the J I

that came from the rivers and speeches, or writings, where he oh- larceny robbery, forgery, perjury or bribery Hon. (ieo. A. <-.rdi.l"r. u County Judve rf r
It 21'
heals the 7 deed
consideration
$10
inflammation and warranty
you. in
; ; any of the courts of any State or of theInit..d and
creeks Bradford county Florida
during the month of July when :ected to such votes. I really believe soothes the cough and loosens the and other valuable consideration. States, or if to convicted he must final as Administratrix my cf.uehen the es'ale 1

there was a record rainfall for this be would have accepted a few vote phlegm. You breathe easier at once. W. L. Wall and wife to A. E. Wa). ship."ave been restored to the rights of citizen of S.acefun'. '.t. of Bradford county, .
section. Fords. deceased, and a Oystermen out r
prospecting from the While I know di.ehar.t
for "gardeens.: Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey is a laxa- northeast quarter of sec 1 7 22; warranty Provded. however That no person or lin- as such -dmin ltratrh.
the coming season have gore to nothing of "gard pnery" and do not .l! descendant of any neb who was .
on
tive tar syrup, the pine tar balsam deed; consideration $10 and person This the 18th day of August. I91C.AN..IE
former beds and immense January first 186;. or prior thereto entitledto STERNBl'RG.Administratrix .
pulled up like them for their secret meetings, other ,
heals the raw spots, loosens the mu- valuable consideration.W. vote under the Constitution and laws of of the estate of-". J. Stern-
quantities of oysters, but all were still should I ever ask the people to cous and prevents irritation of the A. Dekle' to Iva Townsend in any of the States or Territories or entitled burr, deceased. 8-Il-6m
dead and the outlook is anything but fleet office I would 'n vote under any form of government' or are .
to certainly
promising me an bronchial tubes. Justs get a bottle of sec 30 5 20; warranty deed; consider- naturalized citizen or his descendants hall The Strode Withstand the Heat o

known for this winter. It is not flellike I was already defeated should D-. Bell's Pine Tar Honey today. It's ation $10 and other valuable consid: be denied the right to register and vote because Summer Better Than the Weak

how the Choctowatchee bay I tell them that I did not want their eration. he shall not be alle to read, write and Old people who tre feeble,and younger
juaranteed to help At
drug-
oyster fared. you. interpret any Section of the Constitut of '
Fully 50 cent of the for I think there bunch of
per votes is a who wed: strengthened
bivalves eists. (1)) New Suits.J. the State of Florida, as above provided or because people are .
brought to Pensacola each them. In fact tbey may outnumberthe C. Gainey vs. Amanda Gainey; di- ; he shall not own property of the ta'ueaboe and enabled to RO through tie depressing .

year come from the latter place but Knights of Columbus and if they vorce. specified ; naturalized citizens of the beat of surnirpr by taking regularly

the choicest ones have always been do, that is another reason why Catts Special Sale on Ladies' high grade X. J. Johnson vs. Febbie:: Johnson, United before State they, how shall't'r.be at admitted the time to they register aoplyand Grove's Tasteless Chi Toni"builds parities 0

taken from Escambia bay. There are the is that slippers $1.49 shall the and enriches the. blo no
got most vote. It a fact I I at Stump's. divorct present to registration officer certificate *
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f t. ; : PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA. FRID.\Y. SEPTEMBER I, Il1L I

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. n:t'j. Bradford County Telegraph .I the last profuse brethren number in their of of the the sympathy.Sun press Bro.have Rube In been has the CANDIDATE STARKE CATTS HIS MAKE THIRD VISIT LAMY NEGRO I i Thousands of Suffering Wome


this to Continued From Page 1.)
: Published Weekly, and entered as second say. (
i "For the benefit of Avery Powell
HELD FOR COURTPlead
t. class matter at the post-office at Have Found
editorial
,' and the other numerous circulate stories derogatory to Knott's
-j i Starke Florida. brethren who have extended their
character and official.
'I _________ ____ ,.-- heartfelt sympathy to us in our bereavement Mr. Catts as is a a man ready speaker public, is never Relief! by SteIIati:

E. S. MATTHEWS. Editor and Owner in the loss of our much- and 1
at a loss for a word, and keeps the Guilty of Breaking
H. E. LAGERGREN, Associate Editor needed pants and underlying strata of sequence of his subject without a (Using> ;;
cuticle, we take pleasure in assuring break.In Entering Residence of A. A. >

them that the Palmetto Clothing Com- his speech }here :Monday nighthe Smith of Lawtey. This medicine guaranteed to do for YOU what it has done for o'hers. It rarrect the '
Caricaturists have never yet hit up- pany sent us a new pair of pants asserted that he will never give nbrities peculiar to women;tones,strengthens ant viuiaes the WonarJy I unctjo IS;l"8oret-- .''
on picturing an editor's facial expresI' -, which gives a stately attractivenessto up the certificate of nomination awarded petite,clears the.-oroplexion.and tuiMa up the wasted energies.: Tour irony lAck if*oo:ttl* '
kecefited. Got it today.$1 at your dealers'. Your dealer will exi lain; the -< j
sion when he sees of his pet editorials God is doing guarant.eTHACHER
one underpinning.
our to him on June 26th, and that if Law'nceIoore: a young
I !l copied by another paper, and the rest." his name is not placed on the official about 19 years of age, was brought I' : MEDICINE CO., CHATTANOOGA. TENS
: ; ;''I i then when he looks at the bottom line "The mills of the Lord grind slowly ballot at the general election in November before Justice B. L. --- I IWe

I and finds that another editor has received ," says the poet, so we dare not as "stickers" will be furnishedto day and plead guilty to the charge of i ... !..,!:.!.!,,...!...,!..!".!,!..!. ..! . . . ..! : : .":.! -:tai. ...;:::::
, i I the credit.According yet hope that Bro. Allyn is "resting those who wish to vote for him, but breaking and entering into the dwel-i ,.: ;ih
I i -- ..- easy.. But now is a good time for who cannot write his name. He also ling house of Mr. A. A. Smith some .

i ; to the New York World, him to have a full-length picture said that Secretary of State Crawfordwill time Sunday, and was bound over in Have Received
: i 72: 00 cats have been killed in New taken. Let's see how you look in your refuse to annul his certificate and the sum of 500 to await the action of Just a Carloadof

I York since the epidemic of infantile new pants, brother. issue another to :Mr. Knott, even if the grand jury at the fall term of ...,
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1 paralysis began, because suspected of Crawford has to go to jail for not court. Being unable to furnish bond ,
I I carrying germs. If that many felines THESE MEN HOPELESS. obeying an order of the courts. At this :Moore was taken to the county jail at '...

: l had been withdrawn from circulation juncture he put in an oar for the secretary Starke.

i in Starke, there would hardly have Editor Jordan, of the Punta Gorda of state, asserting again that :Mr. and Mrs. Smith spent the day
"I } I been enough: left for paters familias Herald doesn't see a bit of harm in he would be the next governor and Sunday with relatives at Kingsleylake f PHOSLIMETHE'NATURAL

r to pet Sunday afternoons. fishing on Sunday. No more harm, that after he had served his term and when they returned home

I Bro. Jordan, than gathering a mess of Crawford would be the logical man for late Sunday afternoon they found J
I ,. Many and small farms have been collards from your garden on Sunday. the governorship.Mr. that every drawer and box in the :;' FERTILIZER
I i ; proven to be most conducive to a coun- Ask Rube Allyn.-Macclenny Stan- Catts dwelt at length on the alleged house had been rifled and about $;) in :..,,
I ,! ty's prosperity and happiness. Florida tampering with ballot boxes in dimes were missing.The .

I I ji has been called the poor man's dard.You have this editor confused :Madison, Suwannee and Hamilton officers were called in and looked i' For Distribution to the

I I" country, and may still be called so, Brother Powell, with another preacher counties, saying that he had had detectives the situation over, and early Monday : .
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i 1 but the tendency seems to be to establish whose views were quoted in this in these counties who had unearthed morning while on a tour of investigation .
I immense ranches, where it can paper. Commercial fishing on Sunday gross frauds. it was found that young ; Small Consumer

f be done, and leaving the man with is evidently against the spirit of the That he has little time for readingthe :Moore had changed 10 dimes for one ... i

j small means out. In Bradford county Bible; but, if one fishes merely for newspapers of the state is plain, dollar at three different places, and .
i the small land owner predominatesand mental recreation, he may not be sin- for he stated that every newspaper in before' eight o'clock was arrested by ;., SEE FOR PRICES AND PARTICULARS

land can be bought in small par- ning, which was the argument of an the state is opposed to him. Some Deputy L. L. Sapp. i '..
cels and at reasonable prices. Home- excellent Baptist preacher, whose eight or ten papers are supportinghim. :Moore was sent to the reform school ,

seekers would do well to investigate words, as stated were quoted in this at Marianna about two years ago fort I : : N. B. HULLAGENT
what we have to offer before going paper.-Punta Gorda Herald. Mr. Catts does not very clearly define the larceny of money from the ,

:. elsewhere. Our opinion is Sunday is a punk day his platform, except that he. of Lawrence Griffis, serving six : ;
for fishing. The good fishing placesare makes the old, old "promise of doing ; months there.BOWLING I ...

. i! The Miami Ministerial Association crowded so on Sunday with ama- everything possible for the dear peo- i T STARKE :-: FLORIDA
; has passed resolutions condemning teurs who do not know how to bait a ple. On one point, however, he was GREEN; H.WILD .. ,
the immodest bathing suits some of hook for bottom fish or bottom positive-he would tear the present ',..
or try WEST PERFORMANCE.
i I the women and, gfrh wear on the feeders and one's time is taken an- primary law into smithereens.His + !..!..! +!'!-!'!'!'!'! !'.'!'.'!'H--! !>!'! ... ... !'! !-!-!.! !,! H'4..1#"

( 1 ocean beach. Such bathing attire, the swering fool questions. The best day speech was not particularly intemperate i -- '-----

i : resolution says, "is forbidden by public for fishing is a moonlight night on though toward the close he BOWLING GREEN-Bowling Green ,:'!'!' '!'H'H+d'! !'! d'!'.'! !--.H..H..'! s !'H'! N
sentiment even on Coney Island." the incoming tide.-Sarasota Sun. could not resist the temptation to indulge has quieted after the excitement of a '.

I I 'I' Those women who are immodest -.-----_ in some q/ the clap-trap that real wild west show given by i its peo- I
t' enough to give rise to censure are totally PRIXTERS NOT THE ONLY SUF- has been common to candidates for ple last week. In the heart of the :! SEED POTATOES
;\ I indifferent to it and will keep FERERS. time out of memory. He received fre- cattle country, the little city is noted ,
i I offending good taste, and Miami beach quent applause, and when he felt for its horses and horsemen and the I I :r FOR FALL PLANTING IRISH COBBLER. VIRGINIA GROWN
will be patronized more than ever before that he had the boys at the right heat performance was of the highest order i ::: SPAULDINC.'S NO. ROSE, FLORIDA GROWN.
j I by males who wish to see sights Many are the suggestions which are he asked those who tyad voted for with more than 1,000 spectators from These are the small second crop seed that arc planted whole! for fall In

\ i too rich even for Coney Island. given gratis to every manufacturing. Knott before, but wo would vote for the city and surrounding towns. The : Florida, and give best results planted in this Wa}. Price
company by well meaning friends. show such success that two other .
J Catts at the November election, to was a of Each Variety as Follows:
: t! West Palm Beach and Arcadia are Here is an extract from a letter recently hold up their hands. There were eleven cities have asked that i it be repeated I : Fi\e Bag Lots, $3.2.i; Per Bag. Single Bag Lots, $.150 per Bag .

(! enjoying a famine of candidates for I received by a well-known trac- responses to this call for converts.The for the lenel*;; of the women's .. Ten Bag Lots, $3.00 Per Bag
: 1! aldermen for the coming elections. tor manufacturing company. result was evidently something clubs. In lieu of a sidewall, which !
I NEW CROP TURNIP SEED CABBAGE.; PEPPER. EGG; PLANT.
ii The growing desire for efficiency in "Now please imagine an engine of a disappointment to Mr. Catts but I, could not be found in the state the ::
Our Descriptive Catalogue Free
on Request.
. t all lines has probably caused the citi- r with two or four plows, either one or he passed the subject off with some people took things into their own (i

zens of those cities to demand better !. two at each end. It does not require pleasantry and did not ask for another hands and built a fence around the I : .
service from their municipal executives much imagination. Machine is so built showing of hands. enclosure out of 2,000 orange boxes, E. A MARTIN SEED CO.
r !: than they lave hitherto given. that it will work both ways-few which served the purpose well. I .

,. hence the unwillingness to serve as I things do. If you had a kind of skyrocket :MR. CATTS CALLED DOWN Tom ]Haynes, an old re dent and' ; OLDEST ESTABLISHED!' AND LARGEST SEED HOUSE FLA.
wheel underneath which would the i .: BELL Phone 4277. 206 East Stret't.utom.ltic M2368.
aldermen when slipshod ways are no i AT JASPER SATURDAY one of the pioneer showmen of Bay

}longer tolerated. The time will come I catch into a chan which was fastened country, was responsible for the pro. I .. .. ...... ... ... ,., ,
somewhere-if such wheel 1 ! ! !+!'!'! !'! !'! t.! J. ; i-!!+H+Hi
: when the antiquated and inefficientway skyrocket duction, and everything was carried I .
!
Information reached Live Oak this ,

I of now managing in vogue town will and have county to givewy affairs ,',: were bushel driven of carrots by such the machine whole ,business I'll beta week to the effect that an exciting out Jesse in professional Harrina, one style.of the best riders || .. !.! !'! !,!.! !.! e-..! !,. ... -... .-!.-. ....-. :4 +;, .
incident occurred in Jasper last Sat-
1 for something better. I would move. Such machines built in the section, gave a wonderful I I !. TRADE MARK REGISTEREDPHOSLIME
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S. Catts making
!... -. o! .._u_,__ right would be a good help to relieve urday while Rev. J. was exhibition of roping; picking up hats ;
I I,i r_ of the miserable workof a speech in his campaign for gov i'
rses or oxen while by, sharpsbootinc-
"I l Said the president of one of our error. :Mr. Catts was speaking in the speeding : j
machine with
great universities, in addressing his plownig, so a say other wild west tricks that are known i
air and there was a good crowd
'J open
eight-horse power, climbing monkeylike in Florida well they are !
as as anywhere
students, "Show me the man .:;
young out to hear the address. In his speechMr.
4. along a fastened chain, could pull else. J. II. Harrina and Gene*I
I who has had failure and has now
discussed the recounts of
Catts :!
J two twelve-inch plows and FOR
along
go !Hayes[ rode the bucking broncos, real ,
won his way to success, and I willi the ballots that had taken place in .
back him." A man who has never had pretty deep at that. What do you buckers, too, and not the trained kind:
think of such a ghost?Harvester :Madison, Suwanr.ee and Hamilton hat the circus carries along.Lemar : POTATOES -
any failure, whose course has been World. counties. lie is said to have charged average j
Haven with Nellie, the fast-i .
one of unbroken prosperity, has not
that the ballots had been tamperedwith ..
'. the resources of strength and endurance -! and that thire was evidence to est cattle horse in the section gave '.
PUBLIC SPIIUT.Among
stored away in his life that he I that effect and that the evidence implicated an exhibition of fine riding and Miss, :: .vj:;. Flare nt\f found any fertilizer that has given such satufaction ti
has who has suffered defeats and then!' Thelma Starke, Miss Self and Miss ,:
has risen again and pressed forward]II the ingredients necessaryfor a friend or attorney of lIon. Kittie Albretter, looked and acted the' '! your Phoslime. Planted during the spring season thrt-e and onl>.haIf acrts ,
mad his
I W. V. Knott. Mr. Catts remarks -
to victory. The latter has been grow- progress public spirit stands first, so pointed tha tCol. I. J. )Ic- part of cow girls to the queen's taste. j : in potatoes, andgot from that piece of ground mere than six hundred bushels.
ing manhood while he was suffering and should, therefore, be one of the Bareback riding and falling off a ,
the Jasper
'nt member of -
Call
earthly defeat. A true man never can j themes touched on in the schools. In a pronie asked if he horse going at high speed was well!! '.
I I bar, halted him and
1 be really defeated. lIe may fail in''I many of the Florida counties progressis done by some of the riders and Ruben : IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
referred to him. Mr. Catts paused
business, but not in character.-J. R.|: very great, but in the counties Coyle and Hick Howard kept the spec ..
the
Miller. i where the influx of enterprising men and replied that the report around tutors in an uproar with their clownish t, Prices F. O. B. Phoslime, Fla., In Bags
I McCal
that effect. Mr.
__ state was to .
s I has been little or none, progress does i stunts AI Hayes drove the olds I .. .. .
I then said "You other -
: or any person 1
The Tampa Tribune, after quoting not seem to exist. If we cannot expect stage like a veteran and during the
an: editorial from the Telegraph on '' much from the present generation, let that says that I have" tampered with course of the performance there were I : CARLOAD LESS THAN CARLOAD 1 1I
"Wild and Wooly Florida" us at least instill the principles of any ballots is a liar. horses in the
says. I I as many as fifty-two
The Telegraph could add to its list progress into the coming men and The atmosphere grew tense and Mr ring at one time. I $9.00 Per Ton $10,00 Per Ton

the lynching of five negroes, men and I I women and give them seeing eyes, Catts replied to the effect that he did The whole show was a great success -I.

women, at Newberry; the attempt to I I broad minds and liberal hearts. not generally take the epithet appliedand and the people hope to repeat the r
destroy the dam and power house of., Everything intended for public betterment did not know that he would do performance at an early date. I.t WRITE FOR BOOKLET 1
: McCall that it
then. Mr. : replied
the Tampa Electric Company by several is started by someone who so
I was up to :Mr. Catts; tnat he (Mr. : FLORIDA SOFT PHOSPHATE & tiME COMPANf
masked men with guns and 200 "has an axe to grind, but let us not REYNOLDSMEN
PAY FOR
what he McCall) REGULAR I.
CMs had heard (
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of the robbery oft deny him that account
pounds dynamite; our help on 462 OCALAHAJOB
} that he would NATIONAL GUARD ;. BOX ,
I said. Mr. Catts replied : IN
and tampering with boxes in which! alone. Probably our own axes need .
are supposed to repore the records of I grinding, too, and may be put on the take it and went on with his speech. 'H-i.H.!"! .!,W..H+H..H.H.! !+!-!' !-.....H..HH.. ..

the will of the people, etcetera, etcet I stone at the same time. Co-operation According to reports that reach Letter Issued Announcing Regular -. ,--- - -- -,

{ era.We have had entirely too much of ie necessary for for the bringing many. about Railroads improvements -, Live exciting Oak convrsation the occasion affair and brought was connectionwith the aboutan chief Pay and Positions Intact.A @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@

I this uncivilized and unfavorable business !- roads, bridges, interurban communications topic of in
the address. Live Oak Citizen. leave of absence with full salaryor
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in Florida It is disturbing
recently. cheap transportation, drainage,
I to us at home and hurtful nearby ,markets, efficient educational wages and intact standing, has I PRINTING
abroad. Let's get back to enlighten institutions, churches, enforcement of BAD NEGRO CAUGHT been granted to all of the employeesof

nvnt; and progress. the laws, the individual cannot bring the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company -

I S- about, but he must have the help of Will Jones is a slick negro, who, who are members of the National @ @

I I i The railway employes are determined his fellows. But under present conditions some time ago stole goods out of a Guard, while they are performing @
"I \ on getting what they demand, or in the localities indicated, if box car near Starke and also a grip. military service under the recent call @
strike, and. the railway presidents are someone starts movement for the lIe was traced to Jacksonville and b y President Wilson. 90 .
I equally determined on not granting public weal, he is charged with havingan there arrested by Sheriff Dowling. This action which was taken yesterday @ @

\ the request-unless they be allowed to axe to grind or to be a crank. Sheriff Denmark: of Starke, was noai- by the directors of the company .
rare the freight rates. This they School children would imbibe teachings tied and went to Jacksonville for the was announced last night in a letter @ : ri: Neatly an Artistically @

will, of course, be allowed to do and of progress as they will imbibe prisoner. But when about to board delivered by Captain J. G. Wooten as @
they will see to it that it will be a anything else that their tutors tell the train at the union depot, Jones the train left the city at 8:30 o'clockto @ Done...Give Us a Trial! !

raying business fo them. The raise them of, and what time the teachers slipped away, dodged under a car and each of the members of the For- @
in'freight rates will furnish excuses could sperd for this purpose would be was gone. yth Riflemen, who are employees of @ j

for the manufacturer, the wholesaler, well spent. Themes in relation thereto Saturday the fugitive was locatedat the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. @ .
'he jobber and the retail grocery man should be given as compositions and Waldo. Sheriff Denmark was ill, These conditions include all of the @ JJ

for. raising out of proportion the al- for debating clubs. Cooperationshould i but cent Deputies Cameron, Nash and employees of the company, whether in @

eady exhorbitant prices of necessari be encouraged, for where it is Sapp there to capture the man. John- factories, offices, leaf houses, warehouses @

i The consumer, as usual, is the lacking in a community things are at son is in the business of general lawlessness and salesmen all over the @
only one who can not gain by the I i a standstill.As and was found selling whiskey United States, regardless of the capacity @ +Jraiifuril (fuuuty crlrgru111t ; #

I transaction i is: the only one who I i an instance of the drawbacks at Waldo. He was nabbed without in which they are employed.Xo @
loses. But he is an ox whose back is j i from lack of co-operation we need on- much difficulty anj placed in the coun- regard of length of time or previous @
made for the burden. There teem. to iI I ly mention the blind tiger evil. When jail at Starke. service for the company was
no limit to the strength of his back the officers of justice try to put it ty After completing the sentence taken into consideration Corporal G. @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@

'ixl to his patience< and gullibility. down they have O. Southern of the Forsyth Riflemen,
a hopeless task, for which will probably be plcaed upon I '____ ______H__ ____ ___ __ ___ = --:
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no one will help them locate the guilty him here, Jones will have to answer h a special de'ivery letter from hu ::
some Ime; ago Rube Allyn. the philosooher I: parties and witnesses for the state, for illegal whiskey selling in Alachua 'Greensboro; to The Journal last night: ,, I I"

of the Sarasota: Sun was if a case comes lefore a court, are county.NO. states th: he knows personally one I COFFINS CASKETSAnd I General Insurance

..' writing an editorial on the balmy very hard to get. Parents complain member of the company who has received a full line ofUndertakers' I FI&S'f -
-snmer climate of the West Coast, that whiskey procured from blind tigers -I STARVATION DANGER. one of the letters and who had 1 represent none but
i having a fan in his left hand and a ruins their sons, yet they will The railroad strike holds no terrors been in the employ of the Reynolds Supplies 'LASS companies and will be

. smudge fire under his chair. The' not come together and drive the evil from hunger for Jacksonville and Company for only five days. Always on hand. The best ser I''II( constantly on the alert to P'

weather was too hot for him to notice't"lt out. Florida. because- There are about 10,000 employees vice at the lowest prices. Special l! mote your interests. Gaarsn lt
the smudge had set fi-e to tV ;; S Wholesale of the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company t aD pi"
houses well stocked. to ,
are attention to orders. treatment:
i telegraph courteous
#. bottom of his chair, and sundry sting- Whenever You Take Need a General Tool Retailers! also have large stocks. in the United States, the larger A well written po1k1 b1.'
irs sensations felt where the boson Grove'sThe number of whom are employed in the troni.
Meat canned
on hand for six Embalmer
Registered in a
of his pants should have been, had *re. Old Standard Grove's Tasteless months. factories and offices in this city.I .- I a first-class agent
fire not devoured it was taken for I dull Tonic is equally valuable as a I From Winston-Salem, (N. C.) Jour- dais! company sometimes Ib
Plenty of cattle for slaughter. '
General Tonic because it contains the DeWITT C. JONES by 4re. ;. .
bites from horseflies and disregarded,! r.a1, Sunday June 25, 1916. much in case of loss
well known tonic Farm products in quahtities. ,
until time came when the propertiesof QUININE great Suc'sr to G. C. Livingston & Co
a serious-I and IRO '. Il :1\.10:1 tJ. Liver, Drive- Starkf -
: ness of the situation dawned him '. AndAn the Bradford Tele- Starke Fla. I H. C. RICHARD,
t upon nut jV.iiiI''ire :"<; .- !: ).'T* t.1 inexhaustible supply of fish.- Read County ..
He told of his mishap in the Sun and t..i:': ..:' ;., '.\ :.. ...: ... ., .. ..1.;..' Jacksonville Metropolis. 'raph-the home paper. I ---- .L
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FRIDAY: SEPTEMBER 1, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE fin

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Dr. J. P. Tomlinson was a profes- Xew ginghams for school dresses at +-K-H-I 1111111 M 11 inn 111r + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ,
sional visitor to Jacksonville Monday. Stump's. T +

::1 At the Churches$ CLASSIFIED +*
Bits of LocalInformation Sale on Ladies slippers, $1.19 and BANKS TO TAKE PLACE OF THE : ADVERTISING

$1.49 at Stump's. COUNTY; TREASURER. ,v+++t 11I1IIIIIII ++++t+ till i iI + + + + + .r + + + + + + + + + +

County depositories to handle the .
BAPTIST. -- --- -
Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight and Mrs.J. money of the county will be selectedby j I FOR SALE.-Good! horse. I'. C. '
E. Mains motored over to Gaines- Regular services morning and evening -
the
board of county commissioners Jones, Starke. 711tf.FOR ; .
ville and Hawthorne Thursday.W. between the first next Sunday. The pastor and _. _
and fifteenth of next ---- --
"! family have returned from their vaca-
II c.1reI Our P._',.. ).Jf111IJ .a/ December in conformity to the law SALE-Klo-dyhe straw t".". Ira at;. G.tty'.tw r.... J. Goodge, of the Sampson City passed by the last session of the legislature ('.1 tion. It was a pleasant stay at St. plants. G. C. Ca.I)', R. F. D. Xo 3,

section, was in town Tuesday on busi- which abolished the office of Augustine" but "There is no place like Starve! 0-1-tf
v home. Come.PRESBYTERIAN. 1------------ -
ness. county treasurer.
__ FOR RENT-Two cottages in Truby
-- The office of county treasurer will

Fresh Garden Seeds at White's.Mr. Remnant Sale at Stump's.D. Fred F. Stump leaves Saturday for cease to exist on January 1, 1917. After SERVICES NEXT N.and B.Livingston's Hull. jid-lition. App'; to

New York to buy fall and winter that date banks which are designated SUNDAY. .
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Bob Gray, of Gainesville, was F. :McDonald, of Lake Butler, was goods. will be required to pay two per FOR SALE-Seed !Irish Potatoes for t !

in town last Friday. in town Wednesday.Frank cent interest on balances and four percent Rev. and Mrs. H. G. Denison, who fall plnating, $1 per bushel. N. B. ;
Mr. Rawson Davis, who is clerkingin on funds that remain in bank !I Hull.

Bon A. V. Long spent Saturday in Jones, of Sampson City, was Inverness, spent last Sunday with three months or longer. The banks have months been at their spending home the in Lake past Alfred two: i i

Jacksonville on business.S. in town Wednesday.L. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Davis.A. will be required to give bond. Comp- will return to Staike today or tomorrow FOR SALE-Klondyke strawberry! ,

troller W. V. Knott has written the plants, bed or thousand. W. A.Bessent B

V. Andrews, of the Brooker sec- E. Jordan was a business visitorto L. Green, of the Brooker section, commissioners of the several countiesof Mr.. Denison will preach at the Pres- Starke. S-ll-tf P.,
tion was in town Tuesday.W. Jacksonville Wednesday.L. was transacting business in Starke the state a letter explaining the -- ---- -- -- '.
byterian church next Sunday morningand FOR SALE-Fine driving horse. ;
law.
Tuesday. The letter reads
new follows
as : Sunday school will be held at the God qualities and can be broken to ,;
J. Epperson, of Raiford, nomineefor F. Thomas of Belmore To the Honorable Board of County
was a usual hour. The members of the Presbyterian -
kind of work. E. S. Matthews .
of t
and G. M. Richard, any
sheriff, was in town Saturday. visitor to Starke Wednesday. J. F. Bennett Commissioners and Public Instructionof church and the town in gen-
Lake Butler, were business visitors to the Several Counties of the Stateof Starke. 8-_52t .
eral are glad to welcome :Mr. and Mrs. .
L D. Register has opened up his C. A. Smith, the Sampson City naval Starke Wednesday.L. Florida: Denison back to their field of labor. FOR SALE-I have a second-hand :

grocery store again at the old stand. stores man, had business in Starke Gentlemen-In order that you maybe Chalmers five-passenger automobile r .
A. Duncan, of Lake Butler, wasa to
prepared answer inquiries, you
Tuesday. for sale or trade for mules G. C. :
MILLIONS OF PEOPLE WILL
The very best hay ties, $1.25, at business visitor to Starke Wednes- are advised that Chapter 6932 of the Sweat, Starke, Fa.! 911t. ..:

White's. 8252tW. Messrs. :M. D. and Dalton Carter, of day. Laws of Florida, approved June 3'I BE THROWN OUT OF WORK -- .

near Lawtey, were vsiiting :Mrs. Jeff 1915, provides for County Depositor-I FOR SALE.-Two young mules, tie j
M. Parker, of New River, was Johns Monday. Misses :Marie Dyal and Aileen Oliver ies to be designated Railroads Throughout: Country Gathers wagon, lumber cart, McCormick .

transacting business in Starke Mon of Belmore, were week-end guestsof and fifteenth day of December, 1916, Forces to Oppose Strike. mowing machine, disc harrow and tj

day. Judge J. T. Wills and family are Mrs. 0. J. Griffin. and requires each depository to give ''I rake, cheap for cash 11. D. Mott, t

spending white at their home a separate surety company bond to Starke. !0-l-2t.
a on
John Ritch and daughter Miss XEW YORK, Aug. 30.-Representatives
Mrs.
Rev. 1) L. Phillips, of Woodlawn Enghth street. protect the funds under the control of I
Park a visitor to Starke Satur- Effie, left Wednesday afternoon for board of county commissioners and of New York and various industries FOR SALE-Two heifers about three
was
their home in Valdosta, Ga. the county board of public instruction, were making feverish efforts years old; seven shoats, two large
Dr. A. H. Freeman is
day. spending a respectively, according to designation.The tonight to prevent a complete paralysis barrows and ore large male] hog.

few days in Tallahassee before his return :Miss Lois Peek left yesterday for Act also provides for depositof of traffic in the event of the threatened Also one good t...u horse wagon N. JI
)Ir. W. A. Colley and family left to Starke.
where she will teach the Federal nation-wide railroad strike. Millions B. Hull.
Arcadia, state, county and munici- ;
last for to Havana _
Saturday trip
a ,
third grade during the coming school pal bonds in lieu of of persons, it is estimated will ---- 1
Cuba. Mr. J. C. Robinson and family, who : term.J. surety company be thrown out of work almost immediately FOR SALE-Meat market; contains
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had been visiting relatives in various given if the strike becomes a reality. good refrigerate, block, computing 1
Miss Eunice Robinson is spending sections of Georgia, have returned scales, small refrigerator for fish, ,
:M. Norman of the Wateroak sec- the Comptroller both to amount and
as
in Folkston Ga. with home.
several days money drawer, three knives, three :
tion, was in town Tuesday. Mr. Norman validity, and the Comptroller is given
friends. saws two cheaters two steels
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NOTICE OF DISCHARGE.United paper ? j
Mrs. Jeff Johns and son, Freeman, is among the farmers who have authority to require additional bonds State District Court Southern District stand, eighteen meat hooks and
fine island; cotton when those be- of Florida. i i
of
Hon A. D. Andrews, nominee for were visiting her parents, Mr. and promise a sea originally deposited In the matter of L. D. Register Bankrupt. I other butcherin!,' cols, enough wire
state senator was a visitor to Starke Mrs. G. W. H. Carter, near Lawtey, yield. come insufficient or inadequate and to I In the Matter of Petition for Final Dis- to screen market separate in build Ij j
prescribe such terms, conditions and ehftiye. I
Monday.No Friday.F. ing. If you want a good market !
Mrs. H. C. Richard has gone to At- penalties as may be necessary to enforce I On this 29th day of Auputt. A. D. IftlA. i
I [, on reading the foregoing petition: it is <>r'iltrcii I fee me. W. R. Strickland, Lawtey, I .:
lanta and other noted markets for compliance with the law in this the Court that hearing be had .
666 will cure Malaria or Bilious F. Stump has returned home by upon Fla. 9-1-tf. I
millinery good, to buy a fall and win- respect. j the same on the 29th day of September A.
Fever._ It kill the germs. from Inverness, where he had been 1 D. 191<. lore said court. Jacksonville in ,
ter supply for the Lane :Millinery The bond or bends when approved > FOR RENT {.tore Call f
for some time, looking after his flourishing raid di.-trict, at ten o'clock in the forenoon room on
Mr. A. M. Darby and family have store there. i Store. '. y the Comptroller in each case will and that notice thereof be published in the street lately! va.-ated by J. S. Crown
e hold by him subject to the terms I I''a'lford' County Trhirraph. a newspaperprinted I
Apply to J. E. FuH S-4-tf.
returned home after their outing at -- j in sad District and that all Known
Kingsley lake.J. Mr. W. M. Bryan and family have : :Mrs. W. T. Gill and children left and conditions of the Act. creditors and other irsons in interest mayi ----
appear. at said time and place and 5hocau.e \\ LOST Between 0. J. Griffin's and
Savannah, Wednesday, -
moved into the Boree cottage on Cherry for her home if any they hnwhy the prayer of
Vernon Jones, a prosperous street hitherto occupied by Mr. B. I after visiting her parents: Mr. and PRIMARY REGISTRATION; raid petitioner should not be granted.And Judge Gardiner's ri'hidencea friendship -
C. Willis and :Mrs. S. L. Prescott, near Sampson HEI.DS INSUFFICIENT it is further c.rdered by the court that link bracelet, on which; was I
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Hampton merchant, had business in family. the Clerk shall send t>y mail to all known
Starke Tuesday.E. City, and her itel'11'5.. J. "-. Edwards | creditors notice of said letitlon: and this order engraved, "Papa-Mama-O.: W. J." :
Mr. J. M. Truby has returned home of Starke. (Continued: From Page 1.) addressed to them at their places of risiUnoi Reward. Mrs. O. J. Griffin, Phone i f
< > as stated.
M. Johns, Esq., was in Gainesville ; after a trip to Emlenton, Pa., and a Precinct Xo. :2, Lake B\Jtll.-A. C. Witness the Honortible Rhythm M. Tail. 117. .
Monday on chancery business'; ,; before visit to his dauJ."btl'rIrs.. J. W. Kil- Rev. George; F. Scott of Arcadia, Strickland. Judge of said court and the sal thereof atJacUonxille. .-... ----- I
in said District on this 2'th # !-tteCyvSt.4 iyrd "Rpa
Judge Wills. lien; of Waynesville, X. C. spent: several days: this week visiting Precinct Xo. 3 I, Palestine John D. day ,,f .\UIlU>t. A. D. 191fi.EDWIN 6 :

-- -- his father, Dr. A. J. Scott. :'IIrSl'ott Perrce.Precinct. R. WILLIAMS OMER I... PEEK. 1
:Miss Louieb lIe Brown, of Lawte)'. Mrs. E. L. Qribb of Crystal River, has many: friend; here who are always Xo. 4, PrO\'idenc-W. O. fl-l-lt. (gEL Clerk. '

was a guest of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins the after visiting her daughtN'11's.. O. glad of the cpportunity to shake Crooks.Piecinct. I. Ht'flc! Real F.Ktalp. Land and .'

first of the week. Gardiner, left Wednesday for Georgia hands with him. : XI). 3, Brooker-A. A. Ha- I i .
for visit :th relatives. Tiratxr Expert. .
a w zc n. Full Supply of I Ii

Mr. W. C. Kerce, of the Guilford Mr. and Mrs.: Errol Alvarez who Precinct Xo. G, SukJ. f' Kick- 1 i ,
section, was a guest Saturday at the The Woman's Christian TemperanceUnion have been living with Mrs. Alvarez's liter. COFFINS AND CASKETS .4 C'o'! years!! Experience at Starke. ; "

home of Mr. N. T. Ritch. will hold its regular monthly parents, Mr. and :Mrs. M. C. John, Precinct Xo. 7, Hampton-A. A. H+iA Y 44<< ".;-i+"
meeting at the Methodist church Monday moved the Phil- Kr.tch. and
west of town have to I All Sizes Qualities
W. J. Stallings, a well known citizenof September 4th, at four o'clock. ips' cottage on West Madison street, Precinct Xo. S, Raiford J. A. I

Raiford, was rmong the business I and will be pleased to have their looks. Always cn Hand

visitors: to Starke Monday. Mrs. T. S. Williams has left for friends call on them. Precinct Xo. 9, Worthington-R. T. RUB OUT PAIN E
Culpepper, Va., to visit relatives. She Taylor.

Miss Anna C .r.o\"a spent: several will also visit Fredericksburg, Richmond Dr. and :Mrs. J. E. Maines and son Precinct Xo. 10, New River-M. J.I!I I PRICES REASONABLEJ. with good oil liniment. That's

days the past week with Miss Florence Washington and Baltimore before Sapp. i the surest
to them.
ofMr. .,
Hal, of Lake Butler, were guests way stop
Matthews at Kingsley lake. returning homo. \! and Mrs. D. E. Knight Monday.Mrs. Precinct Xo. 11, Grahan.-R. B. C. CONE The best rubbing liniment isjj ;

:Maines remained in town and Roberts Lawtey :-: Florida
Rub ly.Tism-Antisrptis, AnodyneKills Mr. B. C. Willis has had his run on will sometime with Mrs. Knight Precinct Xo. 12, Theressa-To be''' 'JI t

pain, stops putrefaction. the S. A. L. railway changed, thereforeit spend Tomlinson. i filled. i iI I MUSTANGLINIMENT
and! )II'*. J. P.
was necessary for :Mr. and Mrs.

Contractor J. R. Tison is adding an Willis to move to Jacksonville. Weregret

extension to the Humphrey cottage, to lose this family from our Prof. S. S. Howling, the efficient ,
of the Starke
and popular principal
corner Call and Broadway streets. midst.
.- High School, returned here yesterday.Mr. .

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Shaw and son, Rev. W. G. Law and family who Dowlir.g spent his summer in taking I HULL'S DEPARTMENT 4
,
the Peabody
John, and Miss Edyth Crosby, of have been spending several weeks in a special course at his I I Good for the Ailments of f
and visiting
Brooker, motored over to Starke :Monday St. Augustine, 'returned home last Normal in Nashville
Monday. We are glad to again have home in Troy, Alabama. STORENeither I Horses, Mules, Cattle, Etc. e

Mr. Law and his estimable family Good for your own Aches,
Miss Lottie .Chance, of Jacksonville, with us. W. 1'. Robinson, who has been with Pains Rheumatiam
has Catts or Knott have affected our busi- Sprains,
week-end for several months
was a visitor of Miss :Minnie ---- ---- the Telegraph Cuts

Roberts at her home on West Madison Mr. and :Mrs. J. M. Mitchell ard gone to Jacksonville to accept the ness. We have a fine grocery trade and have fine Burns, Etc.

street. little daughter, Lucile, Mrs M. L. position of book-keeper for the Cunningham 2Sc. SOc. $I. .At all Deal**
Johns and Miss Belle" Kelley formeda Furniture Co. Mr. Robin"on groceries. We sell for cash. We have a good line

N. Sternberg has returned from his pleasant house party at Kingsley is a young man of sterling dualities of Furniture Hardware Crockery and Glassware
lake. They occupynig the sum- - --- -
are wish him :
northern trip and portions of his large and his many friends : uc-

new stock of fall and winter goodsare mer home of Mr. P. E. Canova. cess. Feeds, Fertilizers, A Solid Car of Phoslime ( Soft .; y" "!. !+!'r..).

arriving daily. Mr. and Mr:. George Blount of Phosphate and Lime) put up in 100 pound white -i r
R. M. Alvarez, Jr., of the Wateroak
The Pompano, were guests this week of inquire I sacks Get Prices. Brick and Lime Paits Oils J. R. Davis ;
county boards will be in ses- left section, was in town Wednesday to our *
Mr. and Mrs 0. J. Griffin. They .
sion next Monday. The sale of lands about the condition of the cot- />
here afternoon for Waynes- Gasoline. We buy Country Produce Eggs Sweet
delinquent for taxes will also take Thursday I ton market. Mr. Alvarez and his t*>n- &
ville X. C. but enroute will stop in : Company 5
!
place on that day.I Savannah and other points. Mr. Blount ant, H. P. Padjrett have already picked Potatoes, Corn, Etc.
I I something over a bale of cotton.
formerly lived in Starke and at one Yours for the Deal
) R. D. Bower and family, of They will have about 10.000 pounds to Square ,
time owned the J. R. Halligan place.M. .
Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. sell. F. T. Norman. S. J. Norman.. INSURANCE

Prescott are spending the week at the X. Norman, I.awton Conner, F. M. I A,

Scott cottage, Khigsley lake. I II I Ga. Leviton His family has moved left last to Waycross week for,I:I Norman!locality, L. I,, Sapp have and fire others cotton of and the N. B. HULL <.., same I
I. visit relatives -
different of Georgia to
points
No. 666 will cure Chills and Fever.It and will join him at Waycross are already beginning to pick heavily. ; Starke, :-: Florida ;
is the most know.
speedy .
remedy we .,
'0>
to make their future home. The Levi- HAYES-CREWS. I .. .! .!+!. !. ..! +!. ..
tons have lived in Starke for seventeen -
Messrs. I- --- -
W. II. Graham and G. C.
years and have made many: -- --- l
White went to St. Augustine last
Thursday to witness the ball game friends who regret to lose: them, but I I An impo-ing wedding ceremony way @ Y Y Y -x ? Y i

between Starke and the "Ancient who wish them success in their new l!held i at the home of Hon. and )Jr!'. ..1.I JL Ydf1I J. .Jt&JI &

City." home. i i B. Crews at lone Bridie! on Sundav.Argust .. 1

I I :27. Hit(, when their d
Mr.' Editor J. T. Lewis of the Raiford Ina B. Crews became the wife of ($J -
Morgan Richard has returnedto
Tribune was a visitor to Starke Mon P'.of. Maston S. Haves of Brooker.
his homo in Jacksonville after I
n day. Mr. Lewis has an arrangementwith Over 2-V; friends of the young couple PLUMBING
pleasant visit with his aunt. Mrs. I D.
Fair Association
the Bradford County which
witnessed the ceremony, was
R. Edwards, and his uncle, Mr. E. S 9li.iy
the list for
Matthews.Mr. to print premium I performed on the porch of the home
the fair this fall. He proposes to elab- I the crowd being assembled: in the yard

orate on the book, writing up each at 4 p. m. 1
H. I I
L. Gra.anJ familof
Gainesville section of the county that patronizesthe The wedding march [vac: rendered .
motored through Starke
advertising pages. An edition of Mrs. Gertrude: Moore, sister of the
Jacksonville.Tuesday morning on their way to 5.000 of the books will be printed and Iby I bride. The young 'couple marched My Plumbing Department will be in charge

Rowand's Cafe.They took breakfast at distributed. I through the house to the porch where i 011 r r

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they were met by the bride's pastor.

Mrs. W. C. Kerce, of Lake Butler How's This ? I Pev. John Mullady. pastor of the r.1 an Experienced Plumber, who is a member of the Master i !
Miss Sarah Jordan! of Havana and Christian church, who performed theirnrrpicive .
We offer One Hui'lre.l Dollars Reward
Miss :Marguerite Sh'rin r, of Brooker. for any case (.f Catarrh that can ceremony. I
'I
were week-end guests at the home of not be cured by Hall's Catarrh: Cure. The bride was: beautiful in a crown I I'I" Plumbers Association This is Plumbing Insurance for you. [
Mr. X. T. Ritch. Hall's Catarrh Cure has been taken of tale blue silk, while the groom
by catarrh sufferers for the past j'I" I'
w"re to n'>at Sttiie suit of black. F
thirty-five and has become -
years $
Mr. aid IrsT: ;;; Williams, of known as tl:" most re-lnMe remedy for |I .\pot fifty of the people remained

W"u'hula, and Mrs. Candace Weeks, Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure acts thru I to the ample supper servedat 5
the mood on the Mucnjs surfaces (<'t. j
Cr.Thk'oivillz. were firsts lat Wednesday p-lin? the Poison fort the Blood and o'clock. The guests in attendance were ; DelVitt C. ones. .
of Mrs. D. R. Edwards. healing! the diseased portions j I i far too numerous to name individually .
After you have fsVeu HiU'r Catarrh | ill the v ril'
: Of
j Y'e njp.viViT-i > s family
Mr Cure for a short tiny :you vill S'e aRreat i i Hardware Paints and Oils. Plumbing and Electric Wiring. ieX
J,
? M. Mitchell and little daugh- improvement in your general i i; w"re present except, one hro'her.
t"rIr.. and Mrs. F. P. Schaffer, of health. Start taUI;')T Hil''s Catarrh I I T .e vurg couple are both very roi.I .
- i tarkp, and :Mrs. of Jacksonville Ciiro at once ana pet rid! cf catarrh i "tar! and to their nphC'me at
Pomeroy -
go
Send for testimony;o. free I: .
spent the week-end at the F. J. CHENEY & ('0 Toledo, OMo. |; Brooker with tjie best wishes of yn:>n\'j -@ eIeIfK@r< er1. < <
Csr.ova: cottage; Kin sly lake. Sold: by all Urugg sta. 75e. friends. A GUEST. -



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NOTICE. NE'4 of NE'', -----------------_____.14 6 is 40 One Keith ____________ 4.41 Lot J of BIk 37 in J. M. Johns add.T.
j NWIt! of NW4! _____________________ .. _, i
W'y of NE'4 of ='Eli and 1IWlI to Starke ______n__________________ ________u_______ "
41'I I I 2'. A E of Ry in SW cor of SEll i
lands will be sold at Public Auction of XE'i and X I. of SW'U of XE'i-.17 6 18 80 R. W. Williams ________ 10.13' of SW' bounded ;
NOTICE is hereby gen that the following described ,, X by John's add
H courthouse 'SEI, of XW, ____________________ \
before the -
e 'I P much thereof as w.ii N'jj << ------------------- 3 6 18 80 Henry Weeks ________ 9.53
door at Starke. in the county of Bradford State of Florida or so ? by Sec line aid E by Church St, :
together with the S'2 of SW, of SW!'i ------______N; 6 1S 20 J. B. Crawford _____ i
Ir be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set poposite the same 1IWl& -_ 1.19 and lots 9 10 cf BIk 47 in Starke___
11' of XE'i __ ___________________ ,
cost of such sale and advertising. NWl of Lot 1 !, XWi4! -----------------___u 6 19 40 J. B. Crawford ________ '
t NWI of SEll _00 ____________-____ 5.r1 add to Starke ___.. ___-_____________________,._______ jrs> Sallie' Mawhpn / |
u Iuta181314ofBlk 16fL. T. ?
S'j of SE'i -------------------____-21 6 19 80 J. W. Johnson ________ 12.422:: 4.1t 1
E': .. of SE', and ': A in SW cor of and Co's add to Starke --------------___?________ v. T-:' Hull '. .
I 7. '. 7 SE'., of XE',, being 105 ft Sand Lots 10 11 of BIk 16 in L. T. and. --" '- ?.? t

I v. ; : S by 210 ft E: and W ---------_____27XW 6 19 81 J. \\'. Martin ________ 1').43 | Cos add to Slarke! -------------_____?______-?____ v' f.' HuB, *
Lot ll of BIk -- t
:.; ;.. IS in L. T. and Co'g '-- .
.. = :t I less 25 A in XE cor and 15 Ain --- li:(
DESCRIPTION OF LAND ; :.; ; OWNER l.4 SW cor -________________ _____ I j add to Starke ---------------------------------------- M-i H R. f t
< I 2 A in XW, of SW'i! E of Main j \\'I i. of loU 1 2 and all lots 3 4 of : Al-tratn __ I.IJ.I t

.-.. :$ j : I St and X of B. M. Lexmtt & Co., I BK! 17 and \li_. of lots 1 2 and ,
eI = and W of A. C. L. Rj or BIk "M"' j I I all lib 3 4 of Elk 18 in L. T. and '

rc. : :: < r- in Worthington ____nu_________JH 6 19 2 Unknown ________ 4.31:: i i Co's tub div ______n_________-___..___.______?_____ Ti. 1>' Pullum : .-
0000
I A in SE cor of NE'i! of SWi ____28 6 19 1 Jeftte Aaron _________ 1.955! ; Lot 1 4 or S'j of BIk 31 in L. T. -llQ
'. I NIV''. "f NE'. __________________..2: 4 19 40 John Coleman ________uU.O E': of SW, _00 _____________.._..____ l and Co's sub div ____nu______... ------------_ I'1.i.I!! Mack ."
I X\\'I, of NW'4! _____________________-23 4 19 401 John Coleman _________ 4.0 WIof NE'4 ________________________ j Lot2ofBlk42inL.T.andCoa ---------q |
i! N', and Eta of SW'4 and SEI& -___31 4 21 660 C. A. Anderson -------- 5u.i2 jE' I Lots 2 15 of BIk 1 in Ensey'k survey I sub div ---------------------------- --------------- -fukjs( Butler i

and SW tS 19 4 12 430i'. 1'. Clle ____u_____ 43.5 i of Worthington -_______--__-______31 6 19 Unknown _______.____ 3.71 I I Lots 6 7 of Elk 1 in Davis & Trubys "' ---- tee '
S t., : __====================== I Lot 3 of Blk 1 in En&ey'g surxey I add! to Starke ____uu___________ --_______________ J. -r. IS'IL "

I \E?, of SW?. _______..__________-2S 4 22 4.1 Unknown ____________ 6.H :! of Worthington ___________________ Li.t 1234 of Bik 4 in Temple add "----- JLJl %
sE'' "f SWI, and S\\'I of SE'l __ 9 I 5 18 EO D. M. Gunter ---------- IIS:! I Lots 7 10 of BIk 1 and all lot E of to Starke ____ ____._ __ ________ ,.

"EI "f XEI, _____uu___________ same to E. Ut St in BIk 9 of Patton I'k! V in Temples add! to Starke ------ n____________.___ )J rv. E. E. CI\III'ola '

4 8\\1& lf Nivtt and N': of SWI& -- I 's mrxe> of Worthington ______------------------__ Berry Wills ___-__00 ___ 4fll I Lot Starke-----------------------15 of BIk 14 m Temple add to --.3Rg

EI I NEI4 of "Et4 ______________________.22 5 13 40 Thos. :Murphy _____._00 __ 5.51 j jNCi1 I Lot 2 of BIk 13 in Worthington _--__-----------------... Unknown ._____________ .71 < 1 :2 -5f--r; ik-2--and land S --- --_ LU"!

t.f SEl, __hn_______________ jSW I Lot I of BIk 15 in Worthington ____-----------------.-_ Unknown! ______________ 121 of Itlk 2 to land line in J. G.
: I of.SEI& -u-n--------7'----.25 5 IS 40 J. C. Castles ______u__ 4.e4NI. i Lot 7 of BIk 15; in Worthmgton ______-------________ C. H. Campbell ________ 6.11 Alxarez add to Starke _oonh______.____ M-s. AKa| -\hHcz '"
.: If NE'; ', and XEI& of NIV'1& ____27 5 18 120 F. H. Douglass Jr. ---- 12..0 I Lots 3I of BIk 19 in Worthington __---------------____ Unknown ___-_________ lu.UI: Lots ;5678 of Blk3inJ.G..41. ., -- 11.:1art.z
XL'I IJf 5WI& and NW'4 of SEli21, Ii 1S 80 J. W, Blume __________ P.4 t Lots 7 b of BIk 23; in Worthington __-___________________ Mrs. E M. I'ettj ._____ 221b2 \ add to Starke ..------________.____............... Unknown ,
S12 "f S\I'4 ___nun_________ Lots 1 2 :i of BIk 27 in Worthmgton__-------------------_ Cox and Dubuae ________ Com at NW cor of Rapt at Parsonu "*"" '--- .

{ WI: of SE'1 of SEI. __unun_____ Lots 9 1'' ot BIk 37 in Worthington: __---_________________ Mrs. E :II. Petty ___-__ T.i4 and run X along raid St 210 ft .,

". 5EI& If XEl, ___--_______--_________ I IP Lot 3 of BIk 38 in Worthington ____-___________________ Unknown ______________ L9b to Sharpe land thence E along
\ : of =,\\11 _________unn_ Lot 8 of BIk 38 Worthington _--_--------____________ Mrs. E M. Petty .-____ 121: said land 210 ft. thence X 105 ft 1
NW14 I..t i2: __. _. ____ ___ _______ 6 5 20) Pl9 l'nlrowli ------------- 9.1' of SWi, and XW, of SE', ______ to Ry thence S 343; ft to land of x
XWI, cf 'EII and XE'. of XW?, S': of lot 5 and all! l lot >> and X'. of Adam Tison, thence W to 15 ft "
uceN 1 a on S side ______________ 8 :5; 20 79 Elijah Kite ____________ 7.45: i I I5W' lots 7 8 ___nuuoo.u___=_____ alley thence :X about 30 ft. thence i-

of ='EII and SE'1 of XWl, S''I.. of lot 3 and all lot 4 --__________ 7 6 20 120 Unknown ______________ 11.14 W to big m Slar!.... except a lot ?
and 1 A com 230 ft W of SE cor N'2 of SEi and SW of SE', and 70( ft X and S by 210( ft E and Win ri

t.f NE'4 of \WI. and run N 1.O'1 SEll of SW, ______. ..___________10 6 r 1) 160 Jas B. Stephtnun _____ 15.71 SW'cor -------------------------2. 6:2 V. B. H sii. ...;;
\s2lnftS1t"ftE2311ftto: SWi, of XWi Ires 4 A Ry right of ::1 .\ in Scor of XW, of S\\II in ------ -'UI?

I N f.f 1",1 ..nunnUn____ II 5 20 61 R. 11. Taylor _______00 ,,1;>111 way --_--_ -_____.._.._..__---____ Starke! less 2 lots _____h._ _______.:;!M" 6 22 IK" J. S.
.\ Sl: of SEll X of Ry __________-13 Ii 2" 40 Joe Junes Jr ____n____ ;..2"EI X'j of SW ___ooh ...nnu_ Htg at a point 200 ft W of XW: cor s. Wnns U7:| "*

of NE'4 _____________._________14 5 2'J.( W. Nichols _____u___ 6.H All of Blks 4 6 17 is 19 2') 21 22 13 ot Madison: and Broadway Sts and
E'! of NE' of SW'S If XWII ---15 5 2U 5 Ella M. Boland ____un -5NW'4 ; 33 1: :M; :37 :38 3D 40 5" 51 52 and lots ran \\' 14S ft to Orange St. X 110

of 5WII except 2 .\ in SW 1234567101112 of BIk 7 ft. ElOOft.( X 100; ft. E99ft.S

c"r ______________. _______.________I5 5 21J ;.. David 1'. ColYin ____u__ 1'.21 and lots 8 10 12 of Blk 10 and 210 ft to pt of beg in Starke _u___?s 6 "" J, If. f
I \\'': of N\1'' and S'2 of SEI, and lots 2 4 6 8 10 of BIk 12 and lots Com at NE cur of Orange and Mad- 1Jy: ,-.-- MlJ

X': of NE' of SW' and SE' 2 4 6 10 12: of BIk 13: and lot isin Sta and run X 110 ft to a pt'
I of 'EI of 5\\1. and N'2 of SE 12 of BIk 14 and lots 2 S 10 12 of big, thence E 110 ft. X 110 ft. ;

: I. of ::':W' and S\\'I. of iE': of of BIk 15 and lots 1 2 :3 4 7 S 9 W 1111 ft. S 10(1( ft. to pt of begin ,

S\\'I. _'" _--_____________________15 5 20( 220 Unknown --------- 20.50 I 111 II 12 of Klk Ifi. all!1 in New Vuungs add to Starke -----______"J, c 9" J ... '
_. sores
St. of EE'1: : 01- vi' and t**: 01 River ___--__'___--_-_ _____--__---:23! 24 Ii 2u :25:: W. M. Parker! _____n__ -.6 I lot in Starke hounded E by W', J.'n"liu 10JJ .
1 t FE', .21 5.20 lf') Unknown ___________ 10.\9 \\'II of SW''& ___._________________3.! 6 2u 41", l'nJ..no" ______________ G.H M Edwards. S bv D. P Mitchells i
.. W' < e NE1 and SW of XW K'2 of,1, of SWII ______________ 1 6 21 20 Ja'lIt'S Good"1Oe _______ 4.l4 an.! Mr, Hazel: and W by Broad- .'
anlt'E I'F.------------------, : of S S'2 oC SEI, _________________________ 2 6 21 e0 '.\'. EII.ry Davis ________ 1U.93 say St. and X by A. L, .Alxarez's f .j
_22SW 5 20' T80 Unknown ____________ 21U9i N'2 of WII except 15 A in SE land -------0.3 6 22 r.' .

i i-f SF'r' 5 20( 40 Mrs. Charlotte Coffin -- 7.!94N'l cur ________________________________ Com at X\Y cur of Madison and E. Wells ____ IJI
X>_ of X\P. except 2 A in SW SW-L, of NN'6: 21 40 A. L. Wynn Eet ______ 4.tQ Myrtle Sts and run W'nn :Madison _

cor ___________________. .___________ XWI, of S\\'I& and W?!, oC S\\!& St :210: ( ft. X 314 ft, E 210 ft : "i
\. : of XEM, and SI. of SE', -----2 :5; 2') 160 Unknown ______________ 15.41 of NW'- __________u______________ 2 6 22 60 IIrs. M. S. Brown ______ 6.99 : to :Myrtle St. thence S along said i .1
E'T of XE' and SW, of XE' NW4; of NE'S of 8W?& _____________ 2 6 22 10 It\ S. t.. Wolfe ______ 2.16 : St 3.54: ft to pt of beg -__----_______''9 6 22 r r. 'If!
and E' of SE', and EI'; of SW W'2 of NE'' and E'2 of NWI4 and Myrtle Sts and run S on Myrtle! : "

Com at PW cor of SW', of SW'' E'2 of SWI& and WI: of SEI& ____ 5 6 22 320 E. E. Cano\a _________ 34.99 St 10"; ft. W 10j: ft. S 105 ft, W

and run X 504 ft. thence E 420 SE', of XE'& _----__________--______ 6 6 22 40 Ch3.i. Anderson n______ 6.H K'5 ft. X 210 ft to Madison St.
t ft t o ant of kl(. thence X 2fi< XI: of SW'1SIC' _____ ___ ________ thence E on Madison St 210 ft tort
t f ft. E105ft.S260ft.W1O5ft: of XEII of XWII unu________ of beg in Gas kins add to Starke..'>9 6 22
to hit E': of XWII of SW'S and all NE4 l-ots 5 fi 7 8 9 10 11 12 in Exerly's I. M. Little ____ lee

IM 25 of BIk 4 in F. X. Andrews of S\\'II W of Ry ________________l-J 6 22 40 C. G. Holland __________ 4,95; add to Starke -------n___________"-">j 6 22
!' Add to Lake Butler S', of Si' leas 10 A in :SWur I lot of land T40 yds X and S by 120:! 3ary C. Hull Est Kl

i I'! Lot 1 of BIk 1 in F. :\. Andrewsadd ( _______________________________IU 6 22 50 Alice D. Swain ________ ..11:: >d* E and W in SE cor of SEI, of *
to Lake Butler W'2 of E'2 of 'E', and W'2! ofNE'4 SEi of --.. --- -_______ ______"_> 6 22 :
Lot 39 of BIk 4 in F. X. Andrewsadd of S\\I, ____________________i1 6 22 60 C. G. Holland __________ 6tEI I E1. ='EI.. of SW, Uh-.t- 6 5 51 n. A. E. beggedfill'
to Lake Butler -_________________ Unknown ______________ 1.10 : oC 8\\11 of XEi! ______________11 6 :!2 20 Mary N. Thorpe _u___ 2.5" E 1 A in SW cor of EI: of; N'W: of" 22 20 Richard Albeit U, .

LoU 27 and 2R of BIk 4 in F. X. SE'S of SEll __nn_______________ SE'0: .
Andrews add to Lake! Butler ______ .. W'of' W'2 of \EI& of SWI! ______12 6 :: 10 Mrs. E.. V. Smith ______ US I..-ts 3 4 of BIk 3 in Lincoln City ----. ____ 1 Laura Moor; '___ La..
Lou 14 11 1'1 of BIk ft in Epperon XWI& of SEI& ______________________12 6 22 40 L. A. E\alUl ________ 5.57 Lots 4 5 8 of BIk 5 in Lincoln City ----- ------_____" __ lIattie WilJiuns __ ll1 .
> add to Lake Butler 17..".1 IS'2 of SW I of SE'S ______________12 6 22 20 B. I'. ShacJ..ldord _____ ..' Lot ;{ of BIk 6 in Lincoln: City ______ ------ _____ John. Irwin .____ LIZ
lot 5 .._________________________-__-3 5 20 80 Unknown ------------- E'; of X\\'l. of SWI1 and EI of Lots 5 !* of BIk 11 in Lincoln C.ty -___ .'

All Blk :1 X of A. C. U Ry in Lake ____ H.21 W'2 of \EI& of S\\!, ___________12:: 6 22 30 Unknown ______________ 3.r Lots 5 8 of BIk 14 in Lincoln City .------ ;, "
B.itler! -.__________________------------------ Mrs. F E. Brown n 8\\1, of SEll __.____________________ 6 22 40 R. D. Strickland ______ 21.:.. Lots 1 4 5 of BIk 16 in Lincoln City ----- __ n.lno".n' ----h__ LU'-

I itt 24 21 of BIk 3 in McKmney's Butler Ice & Electric :\\\''. of \EI, of SW'i _____________11 6 22 10 Unknown ______________ 5.15 am at Xeor of NW'4 of XW U :.
a.to Lake Butler ---------------- Lake W'2 of EI:! of SE'y ofW!, _____-14 6 i'2 10 J. Homer Livingston __ 5.15 and run E 52i: ft. S 103 ft. W 525 .'
__________ __ HAO
Lt.t. 4 of BIk 4 in MeKmney's CoUnknown n X\\'II of \El, of SE". ____________16 6 22 10 Swallow & Hopkins ____ 1.4'1 ft. X 103; ft. to pt of beg- '..A----13 6
._.___ ______ 4.16 22 2 "
add to Lake Butler _-.___-------------------- -- SEI, Lot 41 42 4t 44 of Elk 3 in Mc- XEl& of SW'4 ______________________l8 6 22 40 innie Reynolds ___u___ 4.1 X 1... of SE', of X\\II and S\\'I, of 10 J, B. Stears ____ 1IJI.1 :

Kinl1.Y'II add to Lake Butler _____ E'2 of SEll of XE' _______________ls 6 22 20 Julia Goodwine ________ 6.H SE' of XW, and Ell of SW!, : '
LoU 10 11 of Elk 19 in :McKinney ,,7 Com 420 ft X of SE cur of S\\'I. ofW14 -------- __________--1Z 6 22 ,
.e ndd! to I ate Butler ------------- Jas. T. Starrest ------- 5. of 8WII and run X 60 ft. W 115ft : ': .\ in SW cor of SW'Y of NW4! 50 tJ, F. Seals '_____ r.JI.t

i BIks! 1 :: in D. E. Kni ht'8 add to *,31 8 6tt ft. E 115 ft. to pt of b..11'21 II 22 Clarence Ellerson ______ 4,48 W of Ry 00------ ___--________-.1 1' 6 22 .
________ Unknown -------------- I \ big SW 3. .Jiing:
{ Lake! Butler .---------- XWI, or BlkI S of R 2: and SW at cor of XW, of SE'1 han.rtr: ___ 4.1.
B'k! :3 :n D. E. Knight's add to Lake I 4 of 81k3Sof If2Wand66 See It and run X 510 ft. E 363 ft -t'jo .a' ..:. .
______ 10,99(
____
L. M. Stokes 9'
RutVr! ---------------- ft wide E and W Iy ::1:10: ft N andS S t"i: : ft to Sec line thence W 363 t' ontK f 8,... .

i Corn a* NE cor of lot 1 and run S 011 E side of SEll of Hlk 3 S ft to beg l -- .------ -- _U 6 1F22 ty. .t. '
TO ft to a pt of beg, thence W of It :3 W. abo that portion of ?'A' of NW, of XWfr! cept"N -t .Halie Wilflal1l8 _

H15' ft. S 70 ft. E 105 ft. N 70 ft SWI of gW' of XEII 1 contained 2' acts -------___________________14 6 a
to pt of lif in T. E. Dekle's 2nd in last 2 d.eeriptk.ns abu com w'. of s\\'i -------- ------ :t 6 8 Dr. J. C. 'HI:. __
add! tfl late Butler __uu__________ at apt 176 ft X of SE cur oC land NE' of SEll' except 5: A square'In 22 8., Mary C Aali Est Op'1.1"
Lot 11 X of Ry in T. E. Dekle's 2nd caned 11\ Jennie lIalaman and SI- -
4.1' ofrx\\ --- 6
Williams 22
add to Lake Butler _nu-------------------- Hattie -------- run N 4.6 rt. W jj25 ft. S 446 ft.F S\Pi 'rind'x'Tof'sWi 35 K. 1.. GritTir ------11.1'

4.\ in SW cur of N'1. of lot i _. __. : 025; fl to It or I..IC all in Tern'lee <\\'II of 8EI&1) t .

sub div n"u uh__________?1 6 22: 13 Unknown ________ 29.81 S'., of NE', and EI:. of XEI, of 22 4" L.\1.: LiWt' -_ ,"
4 A in SE cor of N'lj' of lot 1 \lying 1i.: 1 S of It I IC and 1-1.' of Blk 4 NWI .. ___ _____________ S I; ,
t E of SE Crabb and S of land own- S uf I: 2 W and BIJ. 5 and 6; g X\P, of NW'6 22 liJO .1. 1. Lin:.. '

.. 4 t id I 1..1.. (;. I'urxis _____- ___________31 5 20 4 Kinhie Lamar ______u_ 4.<" of It I Wand E'.. of IIIJ..s 5 6 S \. !. of NEi, of XW; -------______ I.; 6 Ii 20'J.. A. Cuban--__ Il1l
!S'' : ff NT' ___ __ ______n__________:34E 5 20 f 1'0 Unknown _______u_____ '.1:1: of R 2 W in Tlm-ple's :sub dior \l... of NEi' and EI: of XW,, --- 2 j 22 I.. Hicks, ____ IJI
; (.' NICK and SW', of XW, .___34IUk' 5 20 120 Unknown ________u____ 11.22 all X\\"I of SEI, \lying W'of fy 5'' of ='F.II and SE1 ', of XWi, ---_-_-_i] j 19 19 16' N. G. Haste '--11.11'

at SW cur of SE' of Sand \\'', and E of public road .-.___________ \ 8 2:1 30 Unknown _____ ;;.::.; ill ----___________--_____________-_ .1 j 20 6N 12.) I'nl\\n ..-----IUZ'
run X 70 jds. E 140 jds S C'm III XW I..r of land \\.1 byEmira m.Ial:; Stores

1 70 'd-. W 140 >'ds. to pt of IH-K- :: K1O.n 1hio': '.' uC Ryrght w. ..f sw --------- 4 Co. ----. ___ 57J1.-
2 A u_____ ___ _uunmu____ RSW 5 21 2 W. H. Harrtll _______u IAi I ; of way and run Easterly: and 1. of \\'I. and Mi, ofsE',-._"__--_- 4 7, 20 101) 1B.. .\nd"q ___. fill

of NE' ._____ ___hnu\') 5 21 40 K. I', We S'. of NW'4 of SE' and SW of I line of Sue :::1. thence X along said ,- '.1 i';'J.01"t :' and si."ofTit 10 II riq E. R. .And, 01 '____ La"

SE' except 1" \ in SW cur S of Sec line to Center Str..t. T.mplv's" ds X 12.1 ----.-------h _______ i : ,
'
nal I and E:', of X"" SW, except \\' 2 ,A ----.___--____17 5 21 63 G. C. Sapp ----------- 13.00 I H)' rght of way.. th.ncr S along '' .f :<>, Com at NW err of SE', of '\\I.. said right of aay t. .pt 0 O"'JC in X'; of lot'A and Si. ,.f lot 11 ?_" 20 20 ; t;. W. Ynli.rotlgh I.U

and run S 115 yds, thence E 70( I E:I 2 of XE'I. except lots or pieeraas i; ;.t :' Ain SE c..r- -__.____________ i ,
1Jr yd.. '0 n pt of be,?, theme E 70 I have heretofore been conveyed 21 6 22 H Lou_JI Gumn ___ Ut 2 (,f B.k; 1 in Ward City.. i 20 SS : 1nl.n..n fll
1'.1' -------- -------
.1:0 \'A W' "rt <1.. S Trt( : Lilt 4 lor Ilk:
s \ yda In .\ of 1 in Ward
com at ctnter Ry where ; City _____
to jt'of beg _h____:__:___:__:_=uli 5 21 1 Clara Sparkman _______ 421 I mile line of Sec 21. running! E and Lot 19! 211 21 of hik' It in Wart h.Cily_ ---_______________ Sam I:. \\ad .

1P Com 10 chs W of XE cor of XW W I..........s. tht nee \ along aid I.I I 2: of Blk II :n Wa..1 Cil iy u-- '_'
II of SEl, and run S !89 ft, thence I Ry 4"!'n i ft. thence 1at: right an- f.ots : of IIk: 12 in Karl City ...---_- ---______________ : =Sam It W..rd __ __ LII
\\' 2" d"I1I'f>f'S. S Its ft. thence glt!> to said R>. to the a d '.. mile. lot S; of 1m; 13: in War.1 City .- h_ u
X 72: ft. thence along right ofway I Cot III of llik l3:: in h I
line, thence W to of Wa..1 ,i
| beg City
pt
--------21 6 22 10 R. M. Jenkins _______
of .A. C. I* Ry to place of begin I (" .m on N line .parallel with Ry .!2 _._ 10.73;; I"". ;S 9 of elk U In Ward City'n.n____ _____ Sam R. Ward __w. JI

Jr XW of SE', ________________Ut 5 21 Mrs. Ella Mae Lennnn__ fi.7S ft X from SW cor of XW of hot j 6 of HI" I ; i\l Ward City ___ __ "
Com at NE cor of XE', of 5land I.ol 12 5; 6 of IN uu -- _____________ : Sam R.
lilk! 1 S of It 1 E and run S paral 1.- in Ward City __ \\.1 _____ Ji
run S 3 chns 3 ft, to Ry right 1..1ith Rj Iii:; ft. thence E at I.ot 1 of ilk 17 ill W.rd City ___ :. ,
of wax, thence W along said rightof right anglii. to said Ry 3U: ft. L.t ::1: l'; \Ilk 11! in Wad City _-u_______

<< wax14 chns> 24 ft, to a pt of thence N parallel with aid Ry Iii;; Lot 6 of Blk 21 in Ward City ______
ego thence X 3 disreis. E 210 ft ft. thence to pt of hot also N': of I...I. .-. 'I of "I' .-.n... Ward City :

thence W 210 \ariation 32 degrees M. of SWi Of Blk i s of It 2 NET: ; nr SE!I ----------_______-_-_-_-I1 1 20 ;
S, thence S 2M ft to said E: bring $2'._. ft X and S and 3:!<> EII' of XE', Ins 3 A in XW cor 40 ; l'ni.rown.____ III, '
right of way thtnce E along saidr ft E and W. also a piece of land and N'2 of SE'S ----------I_ i : .
F Kht
"f SW'', __. -I 5 21 1 Joe Jones Jr ______-___ 9.98N' IS'on S side of X1.' of SE' of ii and Iota 11.13..\ 1\: and lots :
': of lot fi of BIk 5 in Raiford ..__h 5 21 Mrs. M. F. Thompson __ ..goi Hlk 1 S of R 1 E in Ttmples sub A. H. C. D sub div oC lot Ii of Blk .

A in N'W cor of SW, of SW1, __:25! 6 21 1 J. N. Langford Est ___ 1.05SE' : du ..- __ __ ________ __.____ 6 and lots 10.\ 11\ and tots A J: :. ;
21 i 22 B
of SEi, ____________nnu.6 5 21 40 J. X. Langford Est ____ 9.41 ::1._ A com at -XW-- cur-- of Center Stand 1 Ceo. tuff ______n__ .1' C IJ E I'sub div of lot 19 and : J.: {

SL of SWi and SW of SE', ____3.1 5 21 120 J. W. Nichols ________ 10( .4t Lawtey and Starke public road lots A B of lot 21 of Ilk Ii Plats 'f ..
SWi, of XWi, -3! 6 21 40 T. J. West ____________ 6.41 and run W along Center St 410 1 I A B sub div of lot 16 of Blk 15 ,

NE'; of XEII except 1.. A in N'E ft to land formerly owned by X. in Sampson City --_--___--_______ I 7 21 "
For and N\\, of NE1, except X D. Hagaman. thence X along said ,\ Elk: U: in E end of Sampson City- Jon.s asw Ro.berta11 FN
115: ft W'of public road and S'.. S of S.
land 260 ft, thence Easterly 430 A. L. Ry ------- _________ 4
of SEll' and S 440 ft of NE', of ft to said road thence S along Sub die A BCD oC lot 2-- of<< Blk 7 Z1 W. 1'0. Bailey ur

i I NW' and S 440 ft of E', of XW said road to pt of beg'nnmg. Ttm- 1' in Sampson City .; .
Ii II of NW1, and X 150( ft of E': plea sub div-2j acres Lola :3 tI sub div of lot-------------4 6 of Elk 7:1 Ira. Mar C. Tho..... IJf,
i of SW1, of N'W, and N 150 ft oft 1 .V lying 55 ft from the-S---line----ofNE ----g2 6 22 II Joe Morris _________ S.flt( in Sampson City __ __ __27____

SEi, of XWi, _.u ?____..----_--_-- -; 21 1M5 W. Ellen Davis ______ 2649 ?, of BIk 2 S of R 2 E said of NW'S and SEli---- of- SWL, __ 4 7 21 J. C. Murphy LNE'4
Lot 34 in Woodlawn _______ _____.. _1n 5 22 10 Raley Hamby Co. ---- 1.41 1 being 330 ft E and W and 132 o.f NW'4 and SEI of 9 i 21 60 C. G. Holland UISEI
I...t :22 in Woodlawn ____.____________ii 5 22 10 Unknown _____________ 1.48! ft Nand S and being just N of and NWt, of SEti SWlj _
I SW'1, of XEVi and SEll of XW'i, that owned by Henry Junes also XW', ofWl, jnd Eli--,--of---SWI--------__ 9 0)_I 11> t nJ..nown -- ---- 11JZ j

I and SWi, of SEl, ________________I 5 22 129 Unknown ______________ 17.13 '.. acre \lying 187 ft N from S line 51: of NWL, of NE'. and NIl, of---16 7 l"1 120. C. L. Peek! _____.......1111
I
It t S of SWtj of XWVi and W'i of of XE i of BIk 2S of R 1 f E. said 5W'4 of NE', and N'2 of SEI; of .. tSWEI4 .
EEL, ? I.. A being 330 ft E and Wand -- ----------- _____
(NE'i and Si!!! of NE'i of SE' 660 ft X and S in Temples sub If WLi ------------ 7 21 60 l'nl..nowr. _____ IN
l. & W'1. of SE}. of SEE, & WI. of div-ILj; Acres __ __ .. of SW't- -------------------l6 7 21 40' W. M Parker -_ 4NSE'4
.it
I i SEt SE': ,, of SPI SW'i.: end and 01.SI. :of of\E1.S': nf off N':.. of SE1,.of SW.-?- of--SWi-----except------ 6 TA 2 Mattie JohKson ________ 560( of SWt4. -and----SW'y4-------of----SEt---,--_15 21 40 T. J. Aldrrrtea __ UfW' .

f EI'f: ---------------------P- 6 22:! 135 Unknown ____m_______ O.ltI SEll 1'off, of SW'1 W,end of -3i SE'.A, and------00-00:2 E 2 A 6 22 4 Sam Harris Jr ________ 5.65 except SW cor H of A SEiJ in NE of cor SEU and J> A i in
'9W.V."fSw"P
1 of SW, of SW'H of SEt, __________ W'ta of SW'i! of XW14 --- 7 21 ';2 H. D. W.din ___ fJC
Lots 5 6 9 10 11 12 al a 11 U 5 2!. -0 Unknown ______________ 7.92 X',. of of of ------------
SW'i SE'i and S' of E1?* of SE
\ lot 6,1' in Woodlawn -- _____ _____13 5 22 10 A. J. Pirotte _____u__ 2.11i :\WII of SE' and SE' of !, -----21; 7 21 I'Mi'll. S. *\. tifpttfO lit
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I I.ols 3:1 42 in Woodlawn --___________l:. 5 22 20 Unknown ________u____ 3.81i 'Eliof NWr'4 of ----------'- 4 j 21 FO Mn S. .\. Green fJC
SW _. S\\I& _
_________ __ ___________ '
----- ___
Iota 4:1: 44 in Wondlawn ____________u :5; 22 20 Unknown ______________ 2.84 N'2 of SW -- i\2 or and rir
Lot 3' :3't in \\'oodl..n ---_______--15 ii 22 20 Raley Hamby Co __ __ 2.50 of NE'2! 6 22 20 O. B. Sweat __________ l/ .34 N' of lEu4 of E'{ of SE1,::
I Lot 21 in WnOOI'n ________________16 5 22 10 Raley Hamby Co __u u__ 1.411 :1IEII of of SE'='EI.. ------- __ _____'I 6 22 40 R. D. Strickland _____ 20.27 NW: cor NWi4v NEli and 8 A in
\EII .
Lot 26 in Woodlawa ----____----____16 :5; 22 10 Katherine F. Taylor __ 1.48 NEi ,' -----0.0. nn ---------05 6 M 40 Unknown __u____ l">,*5 of Gull..y XEli of NE', and W .
t in W..OOlawn 00 of SWi of XW, _--___--______ ><} 6 22 10 S. F. gar________ Branch --------- _____.10 i l u
loOt 2i -------------_l6 5 :: 10 Dr Gt'O. H. Payne ____ 2.16 E 8! A ef XWi, of XE'' S of public 9.25 SE'4 of SW'- ____- _- 21 28 I! : H. D. ----
---- _____ AJe
: 1..IS 4:: ;55: in Wo..dla\\'n ------------1. 5 22 20 Ral..y Hamby Co __n__ 2,25I.l.t road ._._.... .., ____ __ '\' U: .\ of XI.! of NEt4-- -of- SW1 O i 21 40'. T. J.Willie. 'r u _-. &
2' Woodlawn -----_-__________18 5 22 10 Mary A. Hollis n______ 145t. \ : E1. of XE', of SW of NE' SEi, of 8\\'l1 ---_ :2 i 22 13 i H Sapp US
!. i "\1" of XE', of SE'I and E'of and '\' 2 7 22 40 } Unknown .._... -1f.2
gl 3 A in N'W cor of SE', of NE', __ of'l, _u__________________ ; : -
.US1
J or );E', of SEll -----------2 1 5 22 35 __ 3 7 22 .
C.
: R. Sapp ooUh !\.29 E 100 ft of X 245; ft of W. of XW SE', of XE', ___u_ ___________ 80 : Mary C. Hull Eft .-
I \\1. of1" of S\\'I. of SE'. 5 22
: -----2 10 G. W Car'.r PI.I! X 25 A
of SE' ofWI SWi
un.n of -
XEli_ --n-oo.2'J 6 22 of + __ ___ _
I Corn at xW cur of 8\\l, of NEL4I Com Josephine Closer ___u_ 4 It NW or u :
4A on N' line xf of NE'4 lees
and run E 53; : 1-3 rds l hence S 60 S\\'I. SEllon X', 5 A in \E cor_ 3 j 22 .36.:; 1nknown ..._---1T.q
E of S\\'I
side of of ---
Church SE"
rd.-. thous \\' 5:4: 1.3 r.t. thence Ni S on said St0 ft. E St 210 and ft run N =,1.'. f.f N'; of NE'', ---__NW[ 4 7 22 :=:0 l'nknowJ ___......-r UI
: Ca rate to I't of beg __nnu_______-2 5 22 ::1; Unknown ____ ___ u.\ ;oftC( : of of ., i;
nn 210 ft to pt of beg in NW2', Acres _____ aS'
1i f NE' d"I except 2 .1 in XE ____________
Starke
1 i 1 cur ________--_____________________ 5 22 3Q 1nJ..no. 11.41 ; Lot C ---.---- ----"land- be'tw'eVn__og 6 22 Eugene Gnann _____ 2.6* of XI
a Cot ::2: in Fast I.awl..y ______________ --.-________--____ L. L. 8al'p-j-; ==:=:=:=:..204:1Lot : lot C ot and BIk 1 and =:'WI.21; of XEli of NW", ofW'
Church St S ;, Acres _______ -
7 in Otts sub div of East Law- except 5:1" _-______ .

j 1hy _--____------- __________________ ______________ Da\id M. Smith __ ___ 2.46 Lots ft in 13 Starke! -----___._--____--______________--__________ -. E. WallUnknown ___________ 4.4fi ', of SWi, of SWsexcep1 A iNE n _.
00' and X 31'. ft of lot 5 of ."___________ ___ 4 J.II
Lots its 11 in Ottll sub div of East Vw j 22 19 Francis Clark ._. .
-
I.aatey hUu____________________________________ Tha.l Nicholson ____ __ ..11iXI loOt BIk 7 and 2 in S Starke 21 :----------________"_"____________--__ _____?_____. 4.16 !I'EII A of NEW-------___________ 4 '7 22 4 S' S. Chandler _-- ..,.
: of 5\\,11 of NW'' _________u___ n ft of lot 5 of Elk 2__.__________________ Livingston & Jones ____ 5,89 sq of a Ii A lot own.rd 1
S1\'Lt! of \\'II of SWI, ___________-::::; 5 22 10 Sarah Williams ____.__ 356I Lot li of BIk 6 in Starke 00 __________ If by Andrew Jackson in SE cop '

I; cof XWI cof SEI& _______!:6 :5; 2t 10 Unknown ___ SE'4 of XWI, ---__ __ ___ __ ;
x14 ------- : ___ _00 __ 3.86W' .ots 1 3 of Blk 7 in Starke __ .
-_ ___________-____________ Mrs. S E. Reybon ____ i '
41 : a.ru of XEI& of X\\'I& of Lots 5 6 7 !8 of BIk 10 in Starke ___ ____ __ "D.93 SEll of XEt, and ::
__ __ EtJ of
__ SW1
__
.. h Mrs. A. Floreus of
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=,\\ '. .. __hhn______________ Lu's21and\V40ftoflots69of ? u.m( SEll and 4.
NW'4 of SWI. ______________________26 5 ::210 L. 1. Sal'l' Jr _____h___ I" .';!' RIk 15 in Starke ______ S 3 A of X\\'I Ell of NEy of NEH __ 5 22 50 James Clark --- ":
rj S1I'cor of and ________ .. __________________ N. B. Hull ___ of SEll E of R, ____ 3 22 tI
E 120.19 Jr
Com at SEll run Com 38 1-6 ft W of SE cor"of lot --------- Reg at xW cat of NWL, of EL 3' Joe Johnson .
on Sec line 410 ft to a pt of beg 7 of Rlk 17 and and t!
S
run X 105 ft. W run 52 rile E 30 "-
rds. N
thence N 61i0 ft. E 199 ft. S 660 52
*
f
!> 1-1: ft. S
ft. W 19" ft toIt of beg _________:6 3 22: 3 James W. Williams ___ ..iliEI thence E 30 1.3 103 ft ft to to pt Call of beg.St. LnfTft to beg '----_________ 5 22 10, Th,* V. Porter -- ---iii J.

; of XEI& of SEI, ________________2i 5 2 'd L. L. Sa\l\l Jr ______00 -.211 bring parallel with and at right N'E'j.. of lot 13 sub du of _
j Iota 4 13 in Woodlawn ______________30 5 I : 2 D. B. Johns _______u__ 4.20Lot angle to said Call ....'
St in Starke _______________ 1 A in XW
__ of
5 in Woodlawn __________________32 5 22 10 Unknown ---_________-- 1.95 Lots 5 7 and of .. J. C. Cauer ___________ 41 P8! U' cor W3! ofxWU> of"
I cIs U 1: in Peets\'illt' ______________3. 6 22 5 Anthony Moore __ ____ 3.1'6 part lots 6 8 of Blk NEL, 0 f R y _____________________ S 7 22 1 Millie Jones I
h 18 in Starke --___ ________________._______-_________ Jennie Lou and SILL, of NW', and Sty of NW of ?; '
1.0t 9acres in Ppets\'ille _____35 :5; :22! 8 Peter T dale Jr ______ 3.S6 Harry SEl ..
I rt 24 in 'Peets\'ille __________________35 5 22:: 6 Lilly Ti dal. __________ 2.16W' I Rivera --__.__________ 34.98 q I- ofEl.------of--------_.____________ \I 7 22 60 James Clark u.ii1I ;
of NE'- E' of lot 1 and lots 3 5 7 of BIk : NEt ---------'___ j 22 20. L. M. Little __
; ------------------------ S\\'I. of 3W't
; and of SEI :
I in StarkeBIk _______ _________ ___ I XWt of
1 W''. of X\\'l. of S\\1i _____________ 4 6 19 21) R. M Jenkins -________ 4 44St'i4 II \1 ----'----------------------__ 'i 2' 1i0 L. M. Little I __. --.i
of NEt. and N' or SElf _u_ 5 6 19 120 R. M. Jenkins ________ 11.37 I : of'I of SW1* ---------"'" "."
1':14' of SW1.4 of SE'4 and SE% of 31 as extended on Ensey'j map XE'; of NEt. ---------- 13 7 c.t'1!
!
: : I ----------- 2' 40.L.. M. Utte -
SEl. ___________------------ 7 6 13 60 C. H Malphurs ------ tI.3 J of Starke _________________ ; -itI:

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN .

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;. + + + + + + + + + + + + + 1 July 31. by amt laid out ____ 273247 NOTICE OF TAX SALE son Interested therein who shal b dissatisfied THE TOWN OF STARKE ;

July 31. by bal ____: _____ 158 with the apportionment cost of
S.L LEGAL NOTICES -- (Continued From Page .) laid improvement shall have the opportunity I For Impr.ment of the Within Described.' 4..

f I + + + + + + + + + + + + + "I 2 08.60 2908.60 DESCRIPTION S T R A OWNER T I C and be required within the time prescribed by Property :
Ordinance file with the Town Clerk. \1te t

'! LIST the OF provision QUALIFIED of Section ELECTORS 10 a of AUK. 1. to bal ______0 ____ 159.68 SW4of.NW, % __________________ thi writing, specially t and clearly any cb- ,1 : ::::::::::==========--=::===::====:======.
.r : G. W. HAZE jection that he desire =
| may against
urge
"J Ji ordinances of the Town of Starke the Treasurer. NWi! of NWk and S12 of XWi4 such t i i| Installtuente1s

list of qualified electors is published : and XE of SW'V* apPrtionment I due.19..

foUowine NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED SE%of SW -1 22 40 F. M. Dees ____________ 44P. Council fixed .for th hearing meeting of hereinbefore the Town :, 2-1- die.19
Alxarez. A. L. 3-9---------------- EE1
of
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H. UNDER SECTION 8 OF specified :
CHAPTER at which the I
inctin or time to hearIing
Alv""Z. J. M. Andrews. J. W., Sr. 48. LAWS OF and SW 4 of NW i -16 22 120 E. B. Dees __________ 1...63SI' of objections any to said special assessments !! 4-$. die__--_________ '

Aiarz. J.S. W'L. Alvarez.Trro1 AUarez' : W. 'urchaser' Hereby notice of ta i sale given certificates FLORIA. numberedrt.I.titcly Moore SE4 of of NEV SW i_-16 7 22 40 Cornelius Young _____ A.94 give may each be adjourned the Town Council shall I I;I 5-6-$$_-..- die---------------j,!... -._19__

Alv.rtZ. Z. Adams. Hill of SE'4 ..___ 7 22 40 L. M. Little __________ 494 objector an opportunity to be heardas T-*-. .1.*. -._19_
A. 187. 194. and the rE 1 to objection
Adkin' 198 by any that shall hare
isue of 7 22 40 Young _____ 4.9351u b..n fled 8-S___. one 19_
SE'4
W. Jr. Ah'arez Guy -
ndrt'. J. \ Collector for Bradford Florida. SWl -1 Cm..lu and shall hear and determine any '!
. of SE >-* dje__ __.......19__
W. in i com -- _
each such
.D of said being dated the 3rd SEI 31 f objections that shall have been filed to
Alvarri. r..rtifcal. E of cor of said SE'. the ]*-?. di*____________19_ .
go of
day AUlu.t. has filed the raid a'orl.nm'nt of such special assessmentsand .
.,.A.n. G.V.. turns.illiam .. in my office and has made appli- >4 and run N 660 f. E 346 ft. S after such h..arin. shall either confirm Starke. HonJa. _.I9_
R. Brorke. Albert ali.n fur issue 660 ft.V 346 f pt of beg inKampton the < 'RECEIVED OF._
; J. : tax to in accordancenth H indicated in theeso.u
K i'Ed. Krown-3-s- law. The dt..d said respectively _______ _Til9 22 5 Mrs. Annie E. Young __ 31.53 tun published I-bm'nto if and : !the sum of_--__._POLL\RS. C
< or. -ij table -
lIundll' Jacob KrooU- W. G. embrace the following cerifcate in Bradford Lt 3 of HuUons add to Hampton. 2: Harriet Walters _______ 3.44 so to do shall amend necessary the same and ie be n* +he fir-t annual int.lm! ..nt of principal -

Bryan S. A. Bro'o\ n. William ounty. Florida. assessed at the dat of the \.. of XEi; and SW>4 of XE<.4 apportion such assessment before such confirmation ar d interest 8 EpiiMfii.l. in this! certiorate
and S' of NEU of NW!.. less of ndei-tednecs.
H. L. issuance of such in names re- 1 so that the apport;onment that shall >
Brownlee. certifcate A SE ___ 22 126 Cornelius Young ______ 12.29 .
in cor .20 E
C pecttxely h..rinaft..r particularly set forth. -------- be finally made and confirmed by the Town, V---------------------- .____
C. P. Cam! bell. E. T. o-wit: 1 1-3 acres in SE cor of SEW of S j Council be equitable and just between I| Treasurer, Town of Starke. Iida..
rmson
E. Colley. J. F.A CERTIFICATE Xo. the WU of \vie\ ____uun_________ the shal of
1S7 pieces and Starke. .
CanoP. property abutting Honds ___ _.
S. Chase D. C.Char.C and .mbrace NI of NW% _____________________21 7 22 80 Crelu Young ...._ 9.43 fronting. the _- 19
NW'4 XW'4 of SW'4 and E'j of SE'1of 1 said and that 'ECElLf': > OF-----------------------------
Cr.-ys. M. H. Clark C. H. j of SWi4 of NW'H _____________27 7 22 20 Hokt ________ 195 I imr'fHm..nt so
RN' 5, Tp. 8. S. R. 22 E. 140 acres.Melro.e any against and all the sum of _DOLLARS
. Cb* Crews. J. B. ais.e--.ed Nia of NW of SE ____________27 1 2T- 20 Unknown ____________ asslment of chat'd any -
tld. pieces 1 .
CruttlJ Manufacturing Co.CERTIFICATE property assessed shall be not more being the second annual i ih?tam.nt! r.f \ nna -
Cba Jin. J. J. Cart M. Xo. 144 embraces the SW' Beg at a pt .iSJ ft E of NW cor of.NE' than the equitable proportion of the benefits ', : a'J interest specified in this certiirate
Canoxa E. E. those. F. E. of NEi and Lit 1 2 3 4 S.c 22. Tp. 8, S. of NE'. Sec. 30 and run W that shall haxe been conferred by said im- of mdtbtednts. a
105 ft. S 224 ft. E 105 N
225
Canoxa. J. F. Chastam. H. M H. 22 E. 235 acres. assessed. Melrose Manu- ft. 1'imur.t nts ; proxided howexer that no such By---------------------------_ '
D fttoptofbeg _________________ I ?
,
amendment increase the amount be Treasurer Tcwn f Starke. F't: ia.Starke.
facIl'rill (0.CERTU'IC.1E anal to < $
of ____ I
W'4 Wh ___
J. M. Denmark. S. B. uuuu
DuB<-, Xo J n Lots 5 and specially against other property. I
'mhracl Beg at SE cor of IxE'4 of flurJa _______.19..
uncan. E. P. Darby J. M. 5. Sc I. Ii,. 9. S. R. 22 E. 80 acres assessedMeliose SEU S After the confirmation of the1 apportionment ]RECEIVED OF._. ._
34 and N 210 W 140 -
Darby. A. M. lJaL.. A., Jr. Co. run yd. yd.S of the said assessment by the City I j
Ianufacturnl Cunci.I |the sum of DOLI.VRS
.
Daxis J.R.R-O D Pai.>all. E.A. M.G. Unless c..rtitcausha1 be r..d..m..J ac_ 210 acr yd.___E__140__--__-,-_pt__of_bgI _______34NE'4 22 6 E. J. McRae __________ 225 the in the Town Clerk shall forthwith publsh once |I I' ]being the third- annnM installment- ..f rpn-
Bradford
Daniel. W. E. lk\er Perry cord ni to ta issue thereon of NWi4 E of Ry ____________ 2SE'4 8 22 40 N P. Cauthan _______ 4.94 County Telr newspaper cipal and interest a grtCiluil in this c.ritrat.
bavis. on 2nd day of October. A. D. 1916. of NW > and publihe in the said Tow of Starke of indebtedness.By .
of NW'. '
DowlmK B. 1.Edurds. E Witne-ss my official signature and seal this and SWt' __4 _0 __WI'___.________ 3 8 22 280 N. P. Cauthan _______ 24.B3 e to said property own.r in. -.-
heJ4th day of August. A. D. 1916. licating that the apportionment of eaid assessments
Treasurer. Itwn of Starke. Fonda
W>;. of Wand NW'i of SW 4
R. >
C.
W. F. Ensey. W. T. WEEKS. among the different pieces of
Wm. Kdwards, D. R. and E' of SEW of SW}. ______ 5NE' 8 2: 140 Melrose Manufacturing have been confirmed prop- Starke. Florida. _19_.
arty the
Edwards.Edwaids. W. M. Ellerson. R. M. 9-1-31.SEXLi Clerk Circuit Court. of NE'4 _____._______0 _______ C______________ 14.28 Council, giving the a date of said by confirmation Town i RECEIVED OF_
J. W. E' of NEi of XW'4 and EI of 6 8 22 40 N. Cauthan ________ 494 and the sum of-----------------------DOLLARS,
Edwards. F -- ---- -- - --- E': of SW 1-4 ____Hun__.____- 8 8 22 60 Unknown ______________ 6.1 upon the publication thereof the said assessment being the fourth annual installment of principal
NOTICE OF LI.ECT10N.To as al'11tior..o and confirmed shall
Futch. J. E. Fernandez R. S.frtt"tr.an. NE'4" of NEi, and S 1of- E"1, of be final. In the event any part of such special and. interest a Sltif.t in this c.rlfcat.
3' of NE'4 and NW' of of indt htrdness.
NE'4
,
A. H. Fureyth.V.. J. theSheriff of Bradford Count of the a"s.llm.nt shall b found to be invalid
'
an.1'I of SW of NE4 and By_
rutch. C. A. fisher. Wm of Florida 4 or insufficient in or in part for
: any
:t.lt Wand SWof\ SW'i4\ and W Treasurer, Town of Florida.
Hornd J. B. II it known. That I. II Clay Crawford. of SW'\. of SIV'. 9 8 22 ?20 Unknown _-________ 28.13 reason whatsoever the Town Council may at Starkto

G S-.tar of State of the State of Florida do : ________ __ __0000_________11 8 22 160 J. D. Itbrand _______ 13.28 any time. as far a it is practicable to so Starke Florida. ._.19_
,;rffin. O J. \I 4 -- do in the RECEIVED OF_
T. J. manner provided for the levying
Cnffm. in
ureby give notice that aGE S4 of NE'4\ of NE'4\ ____ ______12 8 22 30 Unknown --________ _
(.eorge, D W. 4arilirier.: !, d. A. \ER \L ELECTION ------ 35 of an original assessment cause a new assessment the sum of- .DOLL\RS.
Gardiner. 0. Gwann. E. will lie held in Bradford County. State of All SW'i of NE14 N of Ry-26 A to be made and lex'led. which when teeing the fifth annual Installment of principal -
Gwann. R. O. i.raham. W. H.loiieifl. Honda on Tuesday ret the and all SE'4 of NE1 S of Ry- made shall have like for and effect as an I I and interest as ciecifled in this certificate
lrcldinl frt 26 A. and 5 A cor of ".,
H S1. t of indebtedness.
Monday: in Nuxember A. 1916 the : original assessment.SECTION .
B. B. Hoffman R. R. of NE'i of SE'4 and S'-j of SE { V. That each of cad B1-------___ __ _______
} -
assess. -----
Icing theSEVENTH -- --
Ha) ('S. J. 0. Hicks. J. W. ruday DAY OF NOVEMBER of SE'J ____________________11 8 22 80 Unknown ____________ 9.69 menu for said impron'ment shall be payable Treasurer Town of Star e. Honda.Starke : .

Hull. X. B. Hendry. J. A.I1uocr. For I'nited Slates Ptnatoifrom the State N': of NW'4 of NE'4 and W>a and within thirty ( the first publication Florida .
(3II 19-
T2 380 D. Clayton _____ 3127
N\V '4 of SE 4 ____ ____14 _
C. F. Hollingsworth. G. -- I R of the resolution
of Florida for six from March 1917. aforesaid without interest RECEIVED OF-----------------------------
years 4. P. Cauthan _______ 16.52
22 200
Sand NW'4\ of SE'4 __________16 8 -
C. but all
C. Hollirriworth F. such
J. ,
Hoover. For Six (61| Presidential Electors.tor 22 8 22 2"S Melrose Manufacturing a m.nt not paid in the sum of-DOLLARS. ,

Hoffn- n. A. P. Hemmmgway. H D. one Kipn-sentalixe of the Second Con- SW >4 of NEV4 and Iou 1 2 3 4 ______ Co. ________________ 19.20 cash within the said thirty (30) days shall being the sixth annual installment .f .principai -
Roy Hayres, 0. L. t'-ionul District of the State of Flonda. NE of XE i4 and of NW'4 of bear interest at the rate of six ((6) per centumper and interest a,s'Ktifit-d in this certificateof
J 4 Eli annum from the date of the first -
in the Sixty-fifth Congress of the UnitedStates publication indebtedness.
XE14 ______ ___ ______
John M. L. J >nes. D. C. 0 of the said resolution aforesaid. The _________ __.___________ __ _
NWli of % _________--_______23SW 8 22 40 R. D. Clayton _________ 4.47 By __ __ _
\
Jon'Dave Jtn inb. A. 0. For fimernor of the State of Florida. &4 of NWH __________________23 8 22 40 Davis Donley _________ 4.47 Town shall in case of defaul of payment of Treasurer. Town of Starke Honda.
Johns A. Johns R. S.John. For Secretary of State of the State of any installment when due also :
H bome _
6 A in SE cor of N'j of Wli of Stark. Flonda -.19 _
.. Johns. F. B. have the right to declare installments
Florida. I. NW1. ___________________________2' 8 22 5 Walter Donley __--_ 209 RECEIVED _
John Jeff Johnson. Cliff.Keller. Iorttorney General of the State of Florida NW'4 of SE'4 ----____--_____--_26 8 22 40 Unknown u____________ -4.47 8 immediately due and payable the sum of___ __ '- .u.n.DOlL.\RS. :
K and
same shall payable and enforceablein
1 9 22 80 Melrose Manufacturing b I being the seventh anneal tallment of pnncipal -

J. hite. Ja-. Jr. Fur Comptroller of the State of Florida Lots 5 6 _____________.0 ____________ Co. __________._____ 7.15 all respects as ordinar City taxes or otherwise I I and interest as s.ii..d in this certificateof
J. how"'er.I
kite. Perr. Kic lter. F. Fur Treasurer of the State of Florida. a provided ; provided ;indebtedness.By .
Kite. Arh ; C. A. For Superintendent of Publ.c: Instruct.on of B. M. DOW LING. Tax Collector. it shall be lawful for the respective ownersof 1 .
David. Knight. D. E. property assessed for such I -
kite th.- State of Florida. any so improvement i Treasurer. Tcwn of Starke. Florida
) ite. Jas. Sr. kendrck. T. X. I Commissioner of Agriculture of the -- -- -- in the sum of Fifteen Dollars 11151! I Ior iI
Kite. Silas Kite. Lester State f of Honda. more at any time within thirty (30) day .j Starke Florida. _19__
kite. T. P. kite Benj. For Two of the Supreme Court of after the first publication of the said resolution -|j I RECEIVED OF_
L the State of J.tic.Florida. TOWN\ TAX NOTICE to file with the Town Clerk of the ![ the sum of.,.-..TDOLLARS. ,
H. E. Limlaugh T. N. Town of Florida written | being the eighth anrual in pnncipal .-
Lagt-rgren. For ine Railr-:ad Cmn>i<= ioni r of the !t'tt Starke. a applica-,j' talment
.
Lixingston. G. C. Lake Wm. of Florida. t on to the Town requesting the privilege to and Interest as I'cfltd in certificate

LUPK A. V. I ex'Hon. M 1. For State Senator for lith Senatorial Die- NOTICE is hereby given that the described lands sold at Public Auction lay such assessment in in talmt'nts. which J Jsiall i I of ind.'trdn"Fs.I .
foJo\inl wiii By ..
Long F. H. Kickliter. L. W. contain a statement blocksor --------------------- -
tret eif the State of Florida. < in or
in the 4th month Starke
.n the tnt Monday in September. 1 > day at Treasurer. Town of Starke. HorMaStark i
M r'r Two Mimlwrs ol the U..u' of Ripre- the Bralford. State of Flonda or so much th..of as will b necessary to pay the other convenient descriptions of the property I :
Moitt. W. A. Manning. J. C. of the applicant for the con- *. Fli'nda ____. 19__
"'nlati'.s of the State of Flonda amount iue for taxes herein set opposite the same together with the cost of such sale and! abS'sl .
Morgan. J. W. Marks. C. A. For TountJulg adxertismg. struction of said imsr\'ement. and state that i, RECEIVED OF.__

Mont A. E. M.-tt. W. F. Fur SILAS KITE. Marshal and Collector. the applicant and li waives any the sum of.-.DuILXRS.Ix'inir .
Malphurs. %V. F. Mills. Walac. Rhl'rif.F..r of the Circuit Court. and all ;rrJularitf of defenses jurisdictonzl the ninth ,innjal installment of pnncipal -

Matthews. E. S. Mills. Fur County .\<,t"".r of Ta' or .. proceedings to con lrtctsai.1 anil interest as .iccif>ed in this certiticate
Maik.! Moses "'r'r. J. S. For Tax ColNctor DESCRIPTION S T R A OWNER T & CLot improvements for which said assessments if 'nd..ledm'l.

Mitcrell. J. M. Mott. B. L For (oiintx Su-ierinttrdint: of Iullc In- 11 Bk 18 L T. & Co's all_ ___2s 6 22 E. E. Al..rman ______0 1.50 have be-on le-xud ..r the poitionmtnt) of the I i I I --------.--------------.-----
Miner. %V. H. M-selex. W. 'truction. Lots '.. of lot in Jones cit thereof ; that the applicant and property Treasurer. Town of Starke. Flonda.

Miner U. D. M;11s. H.V.. lei' (Co-intv Surxexor add:--------------------------2.1 C '..iKm Mrs.E.C.Croft unn IS.i"') owner a rl to jay said assessment in ten'I 1 I Starke. FUnda _____ ____19__ .I
Mi\e C. A. Miner. L E For Five County C.mmi..ion.l.F' at a point jiiii ft W of NW cor (10) equal annual installments w'th interest I 1 RECEIVED OF----------------------------

Murrhee, C. E :uon'. Three M.mlr< of the County Board of Mali-on and Proad.xav Sts and at the rate of six (61 rer c'ntul per annum. the sum of-----__ .0 __P< HL\RS. :
Mott. H. D. McKmney. A. J. ., ublic, Instruction. run W 145 to Oranire
G. For Justice of the p.ncE in and for the ft E 10 ft f. \ H"i ft. E t9 ft. S21't and filed by the Town Clerk if the to- and interest as specified' in this certificate

P Ju-fcf Di'trftsu: ft to pt of beg -_____ -_--_--2* 6 2L. Jamts W. Eddy! _n__ 2685Mr tal amount of such assessment due to any 1 of indebtedness. t"t"ciral
Pn-xatt. R. R. lvipt.lI. J. C. f.o'in.No. One. .!, 6 '. c Blk 1" _-.-._.--_--__23 6 22 A. lluna- n.h_ :1.tl previous assessment for street improxementsir By_._________. __ ______ .__.___ .
Phillips. W. 1 Iiek. S. L \'o Two. Com at NE cor of W' of'I, of -.w..1 assessed against the same 1rllrtyor i j Treasurer, Town of Starke. Florida
Parser. '. .. J. : r. unpaid shall exceed SECTION the issuance of the
L No. Three.v. SE'4 of NE1, and run W IftO ft. mininl th. I VII (1.1 J
leek, C. L. Parker. :. .>. Foor.o S 24J ft. E IOu"it ft. N 215 ft. to tion of said prprty. a: shown by the last .,. certificates of .L dn'M as aforesaid they

fare. Chas. F. legford. H. G. \ rh.... kl _on ___ __onUu.______ la'. roll of 'n. unless the owner shall I -hall Ie retained the Town and !. n Mteil :
pullham D. I'. No. Six. Llt Blk 42 L. T. & Co's sub --.___28 6:2 Juli- Good\int__n___ 130 I.r"or making such application pay in cash'I': with the Town Treisanr in a special and I
RRobcrt. N". Fract lots .\ BCD Blk 2 Wrnn'aadd into the tn'bur of said Town or County any l separate fund known a2 the "lml'rN'I."nt i {1

J. H. Jho..n. J. F. No Fivht.No. Se.tn.. ________. _._._._._______________ such excess or unpaid assessments over thll i Furd." and ala -t the certificates ,:..- .
r..tch. N. T. J. C. Xine.No 2'? A :land boundrd! E by Mji'lc St 28 6 22 R. C. Hdbrlt _______ f.t.3 x a mat ion as shown bv such last tax roll to poMttd. but an agerei.ate amnun not inexress f
.
Rich. J. H. Roberts. 1 E.Kill's. Ten. S by Madison St. W by land of he I anphed on account of any such outstandingSECTION j thereof the Town shall issue. ,nvroxenent ,

P M. Roberts. .. J. No. Elexen Daxia and X by Sec line ------__29 6 22 L. f Little ________ 849 'i" ."'enls. I bonds: in such f.rr and details a< by
R. .t..r. 1 D I'owand. C. A. For Constable! 'n am! for the following Jue- % .A land com at:SW cur Myrtle VI That upon the expiration of i Ord! nance may lie prescribed 8 authorizedby I .!
chard. C. Robm-on. J. W. tire Districts \iz: and Madison Sts and run S lAS 'he said thirty (30) days. within which such | Chanter h"'<4. laws of Florida It'll

S vumler One. ft. \\. Ida' ft, S 105 ft. W W ft. "-essmints are payable without interest. j SECTION IX. That in order t afford the t

Stump F. F. Sweat. G. C. vuniber Two. X 2Hi ft. E 210 ft to 1"1 -______29 6 22 L. M. Little __0 _____ 40 there shall be issued against each piece ofprot.rtv I I property own.r or other I"'I interested. .
fitirnberg. X c"Hhotten. A. C. umlier Three. W i.,: of lots I 2 and lot 3 4. sn assessed certificates of indibted- I not-re; of fie urov :*.i.nof this O-dmance i
Swiat T W. Strickland. (.. Number Four. Blk 17 and \V'. of lots and ness. which shall theiem indicate the description and to provide ample 01 portunity for objections .

Clolt. A. 1 Sce.lt F. A. N'-jmbe Fix'e.VumWr all lots 3 4 11k-I". L. T. & Cos of the property '-s."t. the name of the by them avamt the enforcement of the .

.trunk. M Stansberry. B. A. Six. sub ____ _______-.___--______28 6 22Cem D. P. Pullum ____--00 24.4; o-xner th,r.-f. if total amount requirements herein cintainid t&.. Town -
Shirman. E B. Smith. H. OSt Number Sevcn.'umtr at NE cor of \\1.. of'I.. of aei-e'see-eI. the amount of installment in each Clerk shall immediately upon the ra'.sgl and I
'Hey. !aer.. D. FurhtVi SE', of NE'4 and runV 1"0 ft. and the date when the same are payable : approval of this Ordnance by the Town Council i."
staffer.! F. P. Scott. E. C. .mher Nine. for po nt of 1..1. th.nc. W 100 the said cerifcat..s shall bear interest at tIe and the enrollment thereof on the records I I

Strickland. Jesse Ten.itnti ft. S 307 ft. 111 ft. N 24(9 f rate of si per clnt (16 per ( 't per annum of the Town. pullish this Ordinance once I f

T NumV-er" to beg _--_----_--_--_--_--____--_28 6 22 Richard Reynolds _____ 4 80 until and shall lie made payable' at the a week for four consecutive week* in the I
Tn'by. J. M furni r. 1 G. te.t'm..ny r Ele.tn.In xhen-of I have hereunto set Lets 2 4 7 and I'art of lots 6 and office of Town Tr.a.ur. n the Town of : Bradford County Telegraph a newspaper pub .

Thomas E. M T.rn r. L. and affixid the Oreat Seal of the I Blk IH _u.nnnnou______ 6 22 W. H. Rl\.tr Est 00 4".Wr 5lae. Bradford (01,1\ Flonda and each -i'e d in the Town' nf Starke, Brad. I (. ,-i- I'h'
Truby. J. J. Tomlmson. J. P. mx'; hall of Honda at Tallahassee the Hlk 4 S of Railroad Spur ______ 6:2 Starke Canning Factor, i.i.45 certificates b made payable in '. Florida The Town Counci wi on the '
Trtrner. J. 0 Turner. W. M. iMs ite the tliiy of \uinM.Capital. \1, 1 2 Blk .15 and lots 1 Blk onto two. three four. ,' six. sexen. eight 5
Timpkins W. G. Thomas. T. C. t".nty-f.lrth 46. T. & CoOs sub _--_:______--__13 6 22 George Scott ( Col -------0.4.1 nine and ten years after date. each ini.tahlmcrtof '. :30 o'cock. P. M. meet at Its reg-i'ar I.ac.!
W 11/ H. CLAY CRAWFORD. 6 A L! in cor of SE'4 of SE principal and interest to be paid annually I (.f ,. in the Town of Starke to hear. J.i J.

WiJn. J. E Williams. J. G. L. S.> Secretary of State lees a, A in J NE cor bounded Ely until the ful amount of said certificates shall '.. .rand determine any and all objections -
:lls. E. Wills i J C.Wiiar. S. r4N\I \RK. BradforcCeiunty Sec line Sees 2S and be paid. the owner of the property abutting [ whch may bt filed in writing with the
T. Sheriff.
Kit \\vnrght. C L. I **.'. : S bv S. A di\idinl. >. W by mitchilsee. on the street F paxed shall hax' the I Town Council on e.r before the date herein

Weeks. W. T. v'in. .1 H. in Exerlji add --------------2-< 4 22 J. A, \\amriirht 1215 right to pay the amount assessed against named which may be urged by any property
Wills. J. T. Wall. :\. Blk !' Temple's add -------------2 22 Mrs. Eunice Cano-.a on__ 6't! ,75 each pie-re of property so assessed in ca.h.j|.:. owner or other pirsem nterested as'qinet the
\ainr.ht. N. O.'t' "'Is. Ok CIFflKS RFPORT.Starke 1 lot 105 ft in SW cor of a otherwise herin proxidid. or at any time enforcement of the requirements nt of .hi- Ordinince. I B'

W.I. L. 'Willis B ta. Au.nist 1. 191G. S\\i of SW'squar, __--._--_--28 6 22 E. W. Drill'r &t ... 1.f 0 he so desires by paying the amount due. toKthir | at which time the all Town Cojncil.
J. W. :.,!. r. J C. nl'fr of the Clerk .. th. Circuit Court 5 A in SE cor of SE', of SE' _...29 6 22 Mrs A. Orilllr U, with accrued interest thereon pnixid- if it deems that j.tire.or right r.q'lir' the
;
R. A. \V..lIs. J. Florida account ed. that should the right of redemption I.ee'eercised :'came.. repeal nmtr-1 or confirm the pro !
\.s. in .r Bradford County Lots 6 7 8 Ilk 4. Alxarei's add ____28 6 2.? 1 B --_ ___-- 4.65 Ehal
Whitt. 0. W. \\ainright.. M.; of Taxes iseed for the year W ; Wid..r by the property owner between tf j! v:Finns this Ordinance proxidid. hnwrVr. ;4/

I C. A.. Futch. ngi-tration officer in enl B M DOWLIXG. --- -- --- --- date when the installments l.lmt due then ., no such ammdmr shall mmathe ''I ft.at f\
the Town of Starke. do hereby certify: Tax Collector interest. shall be laid thereon until the next to b specially Assessed against other ,' ;
that th above is a true list of the qualified County Proper + + + + + .p + + + + + + + + + 4 i r estimated cost per foot front to the property succeed installment period I property.

.iect... in and for said town as shown by Ju'x t. to bal due County Proper i, abutting the said street to be $2.90.Bl SECTION VII The certilcatl of Passed on this 1st day of August 6.

the records in my ofiCt.C. Fund __ un. ___ .___.un_-_ 3.22.62. + LEGAL NOTICES ( Walnut street to be paved twenty-six ness when issued. ial I. in ind.L"I-1 I E. :6 i MATTHEWS.Attest 1
A. FUTCH By amt collected ___ __. 1.--,-.5' 1 i2fii ft-el wide including vitrified brick gutters following form : Chairman of ('ouncil.C. .
-_. _- -- n + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I from the South side of Madison streetto UNITED STATES OF .' A. FUTCH. I.

MASTER'S SALE. 1. to lal, due _._--_.__ ----__ 1.19i.l: PUBLIC NOTICE. the North side of Ninth Street. The total STATE OF )ERIC Town Clerk.
Xrtice is herecy given that under and by \uJ. Drainage BE IT REMEMBERED. That at a rlular''| cost of doinl the said work to be $19.204.64. BRADFORD COUNTY Approved this 2n,l
\i"ue of a final decree of foreclure made li'.. 1 to bal due County Drainage m''linl of the Town Council of the j The etimat..d cost per foot front to the F. HOOVER. ,

and enter.d in a certain cwr pn.linl in fund ---------___ --__----_------ 2.55'115 County of Bradford. Slate of Florida. I property abutting the said street to b$2.4''. IMPROVEMENT DE CFRTFIATF. OF IN Mayor, Town of Starke, Florid,. t
the Circuit Court of Florida. By amt collided nm..h 1.21 held on the 1st day of Ausust A. D. 1916.at I 1C) Ninth Str..r to be paved twenty-six Issued! SEAL) *- .5t
by
County on the chancery side of said court : feet wide I .
its regular place of m.tin. in said Town (26) (including vitrified brick gutters THE TOWN OF STARKE -- --- -- --- --
made and rendered on the 2lth day of Aug 'uir 1. to hal due 0 ___ __ ____ 1.346.9.1 at i :30 o'clock p. m. th..r be:ng then and ) from tht West side of Walnut Streetto
ust. A. D 1916. wherein W. G. Seals is rom County Road and Bridge th.r present the following members of said I the East. s de of Cherry Street. The total THESE PRESENTS CERTIFY and make l.Fos. A Mil. Effectivt uxativa t Liver Tonic

-'. nant. an4 arah F.. Young. Ellen S. July 1. to bal .Iue Cn nty Road and council : cost of doing the said work to be 15.20!1 fO. known that the Town of Slarke nrad'or.1 Dos no D's the Stmac

YPUIB. Agnes M Young Cornelius Young Bridge Fund u____. __hun_ '. :i.n J. W. Andrews Jr. S. A. Br>an. E. S. ; The total estimated cost per foot front to the County. Flonda. has caused this certificate of In addition to other
'."'. E Young. J. H. Pollard and Ire I By amt _nnn.U_- 1.KAug :'.20' Matthews J. W. White. J. C. Wills. property abutting the said street t b f2.-59. indebtedness to be issued under and by \irt'll contains Cascara in rooe.
Pollard and the S B Hubbard Company a col..ctt Ab..nt.11one. of Chapter 7244. Laws of Florida. 1915. b a etle form a
SECTION II That it has been ascertain.cl
corporation defendants the undrrsizn"d. ___ __ ing an act extending and enlarging the poxt- Laxative Lax-Fos
are 1. to bal due -- u 1.111.2' At which meeting certain proceedings were and determined that the total cost of the entire stimulating Ind Toni.
will before tiie court I ers of the Town of Starke and Chanter 6Ki4.
a special master 1..1 Outstanding Indebtedness. Fund. had. among which were the following to- to constructed the and does gripe nor
*-ife d'-'- 0' Bradford Florida on Julv 1, to hal due O't.tandinl In- wit : Councilman Willis presented a certain sum impr\'emtnts of $38.330.76. b 5 of the total cost is the Laws of Florida 1115 whch certificate n disturb stomach. A t the same time, it aids
MONDAY OCTOBER 2. 191G. 2.QBy : hereby declared a lien superior to all other
debtednefs Fund and after its read by the
nn.nnn Ordinance
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between the legal hours of sale to the hi"hes amt collected --__._--_ _____ 1.322.10 Clerk moved that the Rule binJ suspended and Town cost of of Starke. Florida shall pay r-ections the entire and liens. save and except Ca'" aramft the following digeston.arosf the liver and secretions t -
,"d best bidder for cash the following eecnbed the unan mous consent of all members pres. constructing a: tin. described real estate, situated in the restore thy functions. 50c.
j I one-th rd of the entire cei t of constructing the
real estate situated and being in !;rad .ue. 1. to hal due h____ 1.470.83. ent be obtained to consider the Ordinance as I improxemenU on the streets to be improxedexclusue Town of Starke to-wit : ---- -.__-.--- -
fol.
ford. county. Horidt.. and d.'cri..j as 'ounty School read without referring same to the Committee of the street intersections afore.aid. -m_ -- + + + + + + + + + + + + +
I 1.<"s. to.it : School -th-s ;;; ioI'
Julv 1. to bal due County on Rules. Laws and Ordinances ; the said The two-thirds of the total cost to r of -- IXH.LARS.lawful ,
The southiat qIare- of the southwest qnar Fund .n_ -.__._u.h__ .__ 6.015.4.1 motion being seconded by Councilman Bran be n.iaininl the abutting the mOI.y of the United States of Am.r-I + +
property
n' w. ;ontiin. pnd the sOlth\'t quarIIT By amt colt'I' __________ _nu 284.Aut i.IO the Chairman stated Ihe motion and ., aid stnets."ld one-third to the property abut- ica. the same being the amount I.s...ed ,' + SEA OAHD TIME TABLE. +
of the southeast qurrter of section .-xenMn. for an aye and nay vote and the motion pre- t each Fide against the said property for_..__ __ -. __ I I'

and the north half of the nort'l.astqurl..r north-nst ?. 1 to hal I'ne _. __ _ 1,16.., xailid each of the said Councilmen voted axi SECTION. III th.rtf. upon the completion of ________ _, __ ______________________ I I.Id 1 + 4New i
". A".I ie fouth half of the thefouthwet Fine and Forfeiture Fund in favor (.f sad motion' Thereupon. Councilman the construction work aforesaid and the. a*- aeecesme.nt Iadn" 1..n made and el-.uy: + time table takes effect +
of the northwest quarter In,1 .IrK 1 to tal due I.nand Andrews moved that the Ordinance, I" .
Forf.'tur certainme-ni. of actual able ed the of the Town of
quarter ..f the nnrthla.t quarter e>f Fund ._ _nuh--_ __ -- 1.2M.'? the said motion being seconded lx th. cost coar' e rfoot by I.( i'i + 12:01: a. m., S.inday May :S. 'Ifl.l +
-- -- a.I'I.t.l. front to the abutting property and Starke \ law and is at'
.p..n txxenty and the north half of the By .mt collected uuuu.n_. _. 610.2' White. and then and thtrl put tea order that the Town Council may be properlyand the office a l.qu'r.of the< Town Tr"lsur..r pa.be< :,!l + Tiairs wa arrive in Starke as +

.northwest., .quarter of section twentyon.less all inwpji. \ote of the "ayes" and "nays. the ".': / di.finite!} ad .iced ato the amounts to Tmn and ha- been dixidtd into ten t'tur' + follows: + ; -
1. the 'foi.thiast quarter ; ... L to due ___ 67 being called the said unanimous .
,1 --hn.nn. Q.r: Orinanet -rxeially! assessed there h..lby appointed annual payments I a'I.I. to the hearein
i
T snuth of tacfltytO.1t +
+
\in rn"t Total :11 School adopted by a HIll .! of A. F. Harley" Toxxn EnliD..r. who one-. two three fou' fi e. six. .i"ht. 1 -
st\.n.
rNInin.; two h..n.lrtl and .gsey.iglitrens. .11"'" 1 to lal .hie Sub School the C''lci present ach of the Fid memo ca'-efiilK an l 'ntahlj! ai'l.n'n that fhal. nne' and tin )'car after date respectuely.nh + JaksoT\'ilt! to Tampa +
or 1.1. -- Fund __ ____ _. ._ .U "axe" and there being no xot .
m"r -- -- -- : !:' .fot..d the entire cost to be s| ficiay!! a.8.1-,1 to tIc.ditfen interest on the ahoxe principal amountat "i +
A. V E\ERE' M Speciil JOHN M.isterComplainant's ->x. fc-nt Iul.t..d _--__----_--_--_I,010.! : nny which ..ai.1.te i recorded! as follows nt peces of pmierty 1'n..ft,1 ly .-a;ttmproxemnts tho* rate n* sk '16 ret, cent tier rlntr N'o. 1 u__ '_ ._--_11:11 p. m.

LONG. who shall t" ana".II.nl.n nnn"im. payable annually. It is undertoodt i "Xo.3 _____ __ ___ __10J:> a.m. +
Solicitor 9-l-5t. \UI'. 1. / bnl due ._ ____.____nu__ 1.1.11.4! ..\>es"_-J. W Andre-ws Jr.. S. A. Brxan roll indicating there pr'paI the names the o"'n. of the aais'odre.vertv '1 + No. 9 2:52 m. +
-- Total Sub School Bonds E S. Matthews J.V.. White J. C. W 11s ownt if known. the d.- eription' i.f vixen the nirht to ray or redeem the total .- p.

for"1 TREASURER'S REPORT.T. I Jute 1. to hal due Total Sub School lys-Non. I the the fail mproxcrmnta'id "I.tldinl in'Mt'd'Hsi due on this ci-rt'fi- + +
property
'1.. H""rM.! Board of County Commissioners I B"ndl Fund ___n__ ._ .nu____. 2. 61s 4By T}. nd Ordinance is in the roowin; tu be a..1 ahutinl the number of front .teach ease at any tim. bt.fo. maturity ly jaymi. + Jacksonville to Cedar Key +

of Bradfor County. Florida : amt colll.d ---- 0 --- u. _!.; words and figure-s. to-wit : lot or t.ar" I bnd contains: the amojnlr 'o the Town's Treasurer of said Town. the + No. 15 5:04 m. *
I. the ; aurn of sai.l county Ordinance sa. foot front cha.abl. tnnito. and the amount of the unpaid installments "< -n. p.
__._.__. __. !
\g lease to submit the following renjrt. fIT Aug 1. to bal due -- S95.5 ORDINANCE PRm'III'G FOR THE CONSTRITTION I tolA amount to b s |.eeia'v aM>i-s
t"e r"onth ending June. 191G. on account C...n- W T. \\FEKS ; STREET 1'!. iM.ment roll as soon after the completion tal unpaid prin&pal: to the next interest ravimrt + Tampa to Jacksonrilie +
*.! Schral Fund 'F.1 Clerk Circuit Court I'RO\EMENTS IN THE TOOF of the work of the said Town Eng nee iK-riod In case of non-payment of any

.t.'ne I '" t'al __ 11.l- STARKE. FLORIDA AND THE ASSESS. a shall be practicabli, fcha'l!! be fil d Iv him interest or any installment upon this cini- | + No. 2 ._ 4:5, a. m. +

.'. 1 tx amt transferred toq4 NOTICE OF AP*'I.I'FOR TAX DEE VENT OF A PORTION OF THE TOTM- with the Town Counci who shall consult ficate. when due and f.lall. it shall be optimal + No. 4 .--_ 3 42pm. +
N., 1) 45."0 I'NPFR SF( COST THEREOF AGAINST THE PROPERTY same and if to I. correct shall there .ith the holder htlof to consider the
J'n. 1. -o amt reed of W. V. 11.8. LAWS OF FLORIIU.NVttce .\ G AND FRONTING THE u:.,p i'ass a RESOLUTION embodying thereinthe whole f.f said sum expressed in this clrifra't + No. 10 ( Limited). .. 5:3: p. m. +

Knott. rtdtmption I11! -3i is hereb gen' that B E. Hal' SAID IMPROVEMENT information contained in the assessment as immediately due and payable + +

.''me ui amt t-cd R:I. purchaser of Tax Certificate Xo 16'). dat..dthe BE IT ORDAINED BY THE TOWN con 1 re>ll. fixing the definite amount (.t fort front i Ht to date. 1 + Cedar Key to Jacksonville! +

TV-W'-I- Irl t No. SJ: --__--317502 Ird Jay of AuBUft A. P 1!14. ha* tIled! CIL OF THE TOWN OF STARKE. IN charvtable to each lot or parcel of land th rein i IN WITNESS \\HFRF.OF The Town of

-rt">fi. Ix amt paid eut -___ 33: .!3 I I' .,;.1 crr.iricate :n my office and ham H. THE STATE OF FLORIDA : I described Upon the ra-sa.-e of the s d S'arVe i issued this cenificate and caused 1+ : 14 __u_ __ 'J.27a.m. +
Jine :to. ly oxerdra't ..-_ -1641 plication for tax din>! to issue in accord SECTION 1. That the following tr.ts. o<- ,wluion! and 'n order to afford differ nt' 'I the ha IK signed bv the May"r. attested + 4
.
---- '! ance with law Said 1 certificate embraces the portions thereof bini and being situate within I property owners whose proper is proposed by the.AD"Clerk. and the seal of aid Town to +

33::. :: ::12.11 I I folowinl dfscnUd Ion I" rlr situated in Brad. the corporate limits of the Town of S-arke '", tie a>se-ssed. notice of the opportunity 10 hereunto affixed and this certificate to b l. + Wannee Trains

._- I > Flo: ,a. to-wit : Florida. b improved by the construction of fie any prote-t the/ or any <-f them may.1.tire dated as of the._ _daof-_--_ A. D. 1" + (Daily Except Sunday) *
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J.:. lyn-t-diaft _-._ 16A V: \\'I. of SE' S.*. X TP S. R 21 F asphalt pa'inl in such form and manner a* to f e against the lexv of t>. assess. I +
: --- + No. 101 Leaves Starke 6:45 a. m. i
G. W. HA7F.X. I'| 40 acres The said land being assessed at the is required by the plans and specificatior- mint and the apportionment of the sameamong | Mayor Town of Starke: Florida
TreasurerTREASVRFR'S I .. <. of <-suance of such certificate in the governing same on file with the Town Clcrl. the different pieces of property abul.I l" ATTEST: + No. 101 arrives Starke 2:45 p. m. +

.- j: name of X P. Cautren and which are hereby formally adopted I' ,| tint: and fronting the streets ordered to beI .______________________0 ____ + T. J. GRIFFIN, +
fOl'1 REPORT. !' Unless said certificate shall .rd..Dd a"_ the Town Council relative thereto the 'Bid I Imoro.d ty this Ordn ance. they shall at once Clerk Town of Starke, Flonda. Agent+

TtS- H 'norable' Board of County Commis"one's cording to law. tax deed issue thereon impro"t'tnt to consist of grading eurbmv .d to pjbl sh said r out'on! at least +
of< Bradford County. Florida : 'on the 2nd day of October A. D 1!16. paving a is therein required The sad :j I.r e ach week tot two consecutixe wevkfi Back of Certificate) + + + + 41 + + + + + + + + + +
and sal this Number___________
Witness official signature thereof being follows. lens than
the treasurer of said my streets or tarts as i and shall th..in name a dnv not
1 I. .undelilne the folowinl report Punty, the 2-th day of AuguM. \ .D.T.191&WEEKS. to-wit: i: thiry days after th frt publication thereo'. :; 9--------------__
UNITED OF AMERICA
t'' month July on acoUnt"wral at which time the Town Counc.l meet and STAT Neat Definition.
endinl i fleck! Circuit Court. Bradford County. Fla (iA) Call street to b sa.td thirty iVi w.1 FLORIDA A

Fund SEAL wide (including vitrified brick gutters' consider any objections that may b filed on BRADFORD COUNTY "A la' bones with the &
July 1. ty oxerdraft _________ 16.45, 9-1-51 fet keletor
July 3. by amt reed of B. M. from the West side of Bay street to the Eastside or before the date therein named by persons IMPROVEMENT CERTIFICATE OF IX- robbed off Bild Mary In the jhyslol*

D.1nl --.--- _--______2870.80 Special Sale on Ldles' high grade of Cherry etret-t. The total cost of doing interested against the ass fnvnU prpstdio DEBTEDXESS class. :

J" amt reed of L. W. slippers-$1.49 at Stump's. 113.91632. The total lex ltd. Any prtprty owner or any per- Issued by I
work
the said to b
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: PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLOlUU.\ mun, SEPTEMBER I, 1916. i

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I. t G:; ,t .-_ J"', -., tanned several of her friends at her sonville :Monday with a couple of hun- his children in Hampton. $
I -".c s..n....... +r_.-o.Al home at Clayno last Monday dred dozen Mr. Johnson makes "
; i -u Sa parents eggs. After an enjoyable
'I" I- _.-...... '.Ya.! -WM ...-.......-- tt \ afternoon in honor of her twelfth Political! Arnounc, ments. the trip in about three days and getsat ; friends and relatives :' jt here .nl-,
I !q birttday. Ice cream and cake were least 10 cents profit per dozen on i Ben Brannen and little 01and'1 daughter (*
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1 i iI served and were played on the the which makes it :
i games eggs, a paying turned t otheir home in :
I County News Item lawn until a late hour. They all\ declared For Marshal and Collector business. I Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Jackson.m:*-:

;i\\ little Hazel a very hospitable: I Marshal hereby announce and Collector myself for as Starke.a canJitlatffor I am Messrs. Newn Mott, Levy Sweat I :\ .. :. Lanirfonl are howling among &114Irs. '
hostess. now serving my third term as marshal (having and Miss Viola Rauler, on were in that spent Sunday: at Sift -
f I The services at the Free Will Bap- previously stned as night marshal and Starke Monday I last. I :Mr. J. J. Shannon. cf Cre t
: I ; InUreitinf Facts Gathered During the Week by Our tist church last Saturday and Sunday hate rndtaxorrd of 1olice and to as!Pll tax my collector duties both to the achief < Music: will 1 loe taught in the "old" Bakery of Gair.esville.: : pent the ta+:n:t"t _
Mp'
; I Regular Correspondents. conducted by Rev. Blanton, were \'Cry. best of my ability. I thank the StarKe! voters Sacred Harp song !book at Union Saturday here while m route to Starke. r
: for their choice of in the >ast. and hope : ,
me |
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attended and much
I largely enjoyed.The that my resent term has given so much by Prof. L. A. Davis. Mr. J. R. Kt hey and daughter ; r
I revival meeting at the Missionary satisfaction that I ten count on their support Mes.-rs.;: Drew, Willie, Ury. Orin and 1 loris, Madison, ate spending a'fet'days IV- :
-- Baptist church, which l began last at the ensu'ng town election.Ktspmfully Rufus Reddish motored Starke : ;
i SILAS KITE.' .o with Mr. and :Mrs. J. {>. !
r I ; : !, !' ':' OOOOOOOm4 Jacksonville, are spending a few days Sunday evennig is being well attended. : Monday evening to hear the lecture :Miss Bell Richar.pe't, Dowlhr.#! " : I with his parents, )lr. II. A. Brannen. Everybody invited to come and hear I hereby announce myself a candidate for of lion. Catts. Sundaykl J
of this section are Rev. Xorris. thi office of Marshal and Collector for the
, i .. The farmers
- LONG BRIDGE. ; Town of Starke and rapectfully ask the sup- Mr. George; Coflii.Cofli an.: Miss R..
j. ,. '!' getting busy gathering corn and pick- tort of the voters at the coming election. + @ ?' t il Septimber 12th.: If elided I promise .. SIILIb-
i!' '!' (!' '!> !' 0 ing cotton. / < 'dG4440 >i> 00000 you :
II faithful service. Respectfully.X.'
i Hayes-Crews. Palestine school closed Friday on i J. MOORE LAKE KUTLEIt. ( here.Mr.: Jim I1.M: |, f i\i;";
'rnmet bt
I. The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. [ account of cotton picking. LAWTEY.t 4, r.P spending! a few dayh' re with
I Crews was the scene of a beautiful 0 t"ORIRSIJ.L AND COLLECTORI '!> father, Mr. F. M. 1\1'<1. I
wedding Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock <8> 3> }, ,. J, t. (g, $ &, (J. < > ij (J) :\ hereby and announce Coll.-ctor myself of the Town a candidate of Starke.I for'Itr"hal The Methodist revival has startedin Little! Wilm-i ..,.d ( :ail I andrew.

\ I when their daughter, Ina Bell, was Q Mr. ..ll1d11'5.. Enoch Griffis and G. I have wen a property owner and taxpayer: earnest now. Sunday night Rev. who has I beet, .I 1" r iiing ,once toy,
"f and that 1
4 Starke for years hope am so
given in marriage to )lr. Maston S. ELARBEE. C. Wooten were visitors to Gainesville favorably known that the voters will believeme Paul Kendall filled the pulpit and a with their grandfather at P.aiford.eo
Hayes, Re1ullady, of Hampton, oft 0 v Monday.Mr. when I irornse; to dit-charye my dutiesto good sermon was heard. Monday turned horr.iYdnoJiIay!
ficiating. ; s4c 444' % 44i3444i 4 : II. C. Peace was transacting fully the solicit bent of your my support ability if at elected.the coming I resiwot-elec r.ightIr.. H. Blake, one of our citi- Mrs. L'. J S ..pp. cf NV-v River, m ..
The scene: was witnessed by a host The church services that started !business in Jaek on'i1IeIonday.. tion. T. X. KE DRICK. zens who has traveled the world over in town s-hopping Monday
r of friends and relatives. The bride' last Friday closed Sunday morning. A son was born to Mr. and :Mrs. W. several times and has had many interesting Mrs. H. F. PrieMer and childm- .
t is a charming young lady of the Long Mr.and :Mrs J. E. Futch, of Rai- I. Tomlinson Tuesday morning.Rev. moved here from Lake Rutler. Mr. experiences, gave a historic who have been spending several weds; '
I' Bridge section.: She has a host of ford, attended church Saturday night lIartman, of Waldo, preachedat Taylor will teach in the public school outline of his life, which was a great in Georgia; will return home today.
I r friends throughout the county. and Sunday. the Lawtey Baptist church last: here this year.Mesdames lesson to those that heard him. Mr. Mr. Pewty Pinh"Ister is spending
The is young Futch and Miss Vi- : H. G. Stone, W. C. Whit- II'I I Brooker
I groom a prosperous Miss Amanda Sunday. Blake is a very enthusiastic man andis a 's at this! week. '
I l businc: s man of the Brooker section. ] hra Thomas, of Lake Butler, took a :Miss Enza Blar.chard returned home ten, II. Dieffenbach and J. T. Lewis a valuable! citizen.Mr. i j .'-;Is- rs. D.) F. McDona!,I, J. F, Ben,
I ; Mr. and Mrs. Hayes have the con- pleasure trip Saturday afternoon.Mrs. !last Friday: from Rodman, where she and Mr. Walter Whitten motored to T. R. Kendall, ,of Georgia arrived -' nett. G. :M. (Ri- hard, and I I. A. Duncan
I, l i gratulations of their many friends. i Anderson, of Pope, is spending had !spent several weeks with rela- Starke Friday. Tuesday and will assist his were bu,ini'ssi itors in Starke Wetnpsday.
liI the week with Mrs. J.1.. Futch. tives. lion. W. G. Seals and daughters and brother in the series of meetings in .

s I t h I Mr. J. R. Merritt, of near Brooker, : :Mrs Rhoda: Xorman, of Sapp, spent Hugh and Xevin Fryer, of Starke, :Master W. G. Jr., were visitors here the revival.Mr. !, Mr.( : and Mr-I Sol Young and daugk-
t was a guest of his parents, Mr. and Sunday with Mrs. J. M. Futch. visited friends in Ijiwtey one day last last Friday.Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Draper and children ter of Lake City pre the guests of Jfc
I J Mrs. R. Merritt :Monday. | Mrs. J. :M. Futch and son. Linzie, week. J. L. Whitten and family and who have been spending the and :Mrs. :Math McKinney this we)l
1 I Mr. and Mrs. Starbird and family made a business trip to Raiford Sat- Mrs. :M. E. Edwards was a visitorto Miss Lillian Whitten drove- to White summer in Tennessee, returned home :Miss Mae McKinney, who is teething .

I I { and Mr. and Mrs. Plummerloore, of urday. Jacksonville the fir t of the week. I Springs Sunday.Dr. Monday. They say they have had\ a school at Providence is spending
. }: I attend Rev. J. M. Futch has'gone to Emerson Louis Leggett of Jacksonville, wasa and Mrs. W. W. Farnell have most enjoyable trip. I the week, here.
to
Orlando Friday night -
J came
up where he will hold two-weeks' visitor to Lawtl '. moved from their former residence. I The sch.f.l term will
a
tart
I I 1 the marriage of Mrs. Starbird I Mr. L. A. Duncan started to ginning here 01
;' i i I and Mrs. Moore's youngest sifter, Ina meeting. Mr. L. A. Sapp, of Xew River, wasa and have taken rooms at the home of cotton Tuesday. The cotton crop is : the llth or the iMh of Si-ptember. A
1 i a Belle Crews. Quite a number of folks from Pine visitor to Lawtey :Monday.Mr. Mrs. S. M. :\lorr1.11' ] short this year and those who are larger attend tnre is expected tha '
J Grove attended church here Saturday A. M. Blanchard was transactin :\ A. F. Cranford returned to his lucky enough to have cotton will geta year than ever I before
\ The meeting closed: last Sunday night and Sunday.Our business in Starke Monday.Rev. home in Jacksonville after a few days good price for it. It sold for 10 I :Mes.-rs. Anl l Cow, D. F. Floyd
I, t night at the Long Bridge schoolhouse.Rev. school closed here last Friday W. L. Overstreet, of Raiford, visit with friends here. cents per pound here this week. \Y. :M. Ovr.tret and I I urn Hewitt ,

t Mullady is an able speaker and so the pupils can pick cotton. Prof.J. has been called as pastor of the Iaw- .. Messrs. James and Ancel Wainwright Mr. G. M. Richard is having a general motored over f o Jacksonville! on basir ,
we feel that the preaching did lots M. Groover was our teacher and tey Baptist church. of Heilbronn: Springs, attended repairing of his homp at the Old ,.: last \\eek.'
I of good. He hope to be able to have was much beloved by both pupils and Hon. Sydney J. Catts, democratic services at the Methodist church Mill branch. i We are Clad to Jt'arhlt\ Mr[ J.C
r : him with us again, and we hope to patrons. He will spend a while with nominee for Governor of Florida,' here Tuesday nigljt. :Miss Sarah Rivers is spending a Jones, who has; l been quite sick, is oct
i I i soon establish: a church and have regular Mr. Orid Brooks is visiting in Jacksonville
his parents at Brooker. stopped over a little while Monday to few weeks with friends and relativesin again.YOUXG'S.
I services in the Long Bridge vi- Mrs. M. A. West spent from Fridaytill shake hands with his many supportersand I this woek.Rev. Middleburg.Mrs. I I
'II I cinity.Mrs.. friends. Mr. I J. T. Whitworth, of Callahan,
I Sunday at Lawtey. Catts was enroute J. E. Maines and son, Hal, are SELLING AT COST.
1 ; Smith Denmark and children, Quite a number of folks from Rai- to Starke, where he spoke Monday is assisting with the services at the spending the week in Starke with MrsJ. Those who have traded with.the
r. I ; of Raiford, attended! church at Long ford attended church here Friday evening. Methodist church here this week.
"I' P. Tomlinson and other friends.Mr. I Young Trading Co. when they chargeda
I Bridge Sunday. night and Saturday.Miss Marshal L. L. Sapp was transacting Miss: Ardelia Cain, who has been and Mrs. L. E. Parrish, of small\ profit will understand what
i : Miss Olga Ward, of near Brooker, Amanda Futch made a pleasure business in Starke Monday visiting relatives in Raiford for the Douglass, Ga., are spending some time it means tn buy there when they sell
i was the guest at the home of Mr. and trip to Raiford Sunday.Mr. Rev. T. B. Lawrence was transact- past two weeks, left Tuesday for Or- with the latter's sister, Mrs. H. J. at cost. They wish to ell out their
i i I" Mrs J. B. Crews 'last Saturday and J. J. Sapp, of Pope, spent Sat- ing business in Daytona several daysof bindale, where she will visit for a few' Steward.An stock quickly: and therefore offer nat -
j Sunday.Mr. urday and Sunday at Elarbee. this week. days before returning to her home in .
i i eight-pound girl was born to COST also. A word to the wise fa
: R. F. Merritt, of Long Bridge, Quite a large crowd from Manning Mrs. T. J. Terry, who has been Sebastian. :Mr. and :Mrs. R. F. Rivers Tuesday, I sides canned goods, such staples u'
4 I I was a business visitor to Lake Butler attended church here Sunday.Mr. spending several weeks in Lawtey at Revs. R. 0. Wright and J. T. Whit- August 29. Both mother and child flour, grits rice, bacon beans, coff e,
.: Saturday.Rev. Tom Crosby, of Brooker, is the home of her son, Prof. R. H. Terry worth are conducting a series of meet-I doing well. sugar, tote:loco, lard, soaps, also cotton
J. B. Crews, of Long Bridge, spending a few days with Mr. Gid left Friday for Jacksonville. ings at Methodist: church Miss Onie Pons. our milliner and seed hulls: and other stock feeds,
I was a business visitor to Jacksonvillelast Crawford. Quite a number from Lawtey wentto week. I Miss Hague, Alachua, returned on tubs:;, buckets etc. '
week. Starke Monday evening to hear Miss Mae Does, of Mayo, who has :
Saturday from Atlanta, where they Xow i is the time to buy fertfliar.
The Long Brdige school was closed j t 0000044444t the speaking by Hon. Sidney J. Catts.Messrs. been the guest of Mrs. T. B. Handley i': went to purchase their fall and win- The Young Trading Co. has on hand .
Friday, August 18th, for four weeks 0 E. E. Burney and W. H. Edwards for several weeks, left for her home' ter stock. a large stock of fertilizers! of the i1
Y on account of cotton picking.A LI FILE SPRINGS. 4 were !business visitors to Starke Saturdav. I II
I Miss .Jann <'e Parrish. of Worthington braids u?( d here, which will be sold .
tacky party was 1 given at the 0 : :Monday. Springs, was a visitor here Sun- at ( OST also A word to theist fa ,
home of Mr. and Mrs. Turners near ir <;> }> 00000404044 : P\'. J. Johnson, th.. "Boy Preach Town Election. : day. t'I'r.wh. '

a New River, Friday night. The prize The farmers around here are busy er" from Tennessee, is carrying on In the town election held here on j( People from all over the county attended Many: of th,- staples c:>n 1 he kept for kf fta
for the tackiest girl was awarded to gathering their cotton. Cotton is now levival services at the Methodist Wednesday, August :23rd!: the follow the !big August meeting at long time. Huy a good supply end
i Miss: Ova Ley Crews. The prize for bringing a good price this season and Episcopal; church this woek. ing officers were elected: Swift: Creek Sunday. Many went then you can :laugh a' railway strikes
the tackiest boy was won by Mr. Clyde therefore the cotton raisers are opti- Rev. R. 0. Wright filled his regular Mayor, J. E. T.oyd. fiom here. and other: vicissitudes hat may arise
Parker. Quite a large crowd attend- mistic. appointment! at the Raiford :Methodist Aldermen), J. A.: Brooks and S. H. I' MNs Bessie!' Kennedy, who has been I I to raise the prices of necessaries.All .
; ed. All report a nice time. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Scarborough. church Scuth. last Sunday. :Moore. > "J't'ndingSoml' time with friends in j \ saleill\ bo for cash. Dort ''.
Mr. and :Mrs. :\1.1.. Drake and children f Jacksonville few Miss I Ruith Gill, of Antholli i is '
P spent a days herewith : Clerk, J. J. Farrelly. i Cedar Keys, returned home last week i iH-iiled tips ridden opjM'rtunity. Et-
t f of Raiford, were the guests of :Mrs. Scarborough's father, :Mr. spending a few days here as the guest :Marshal, Lewis Reynolds. j Mr. C. F. Rivers spent Sunday with | member tie place. just west of depot
4 t Mrs. Drake's plrrnttr.: and Mrs. R. :M. M. Hale. last wc-t-k. of her sister, :Mrs.:; Howard C. Peace.Misses t
r F. Merritt, Sunday. :Mr. S. W. Dubose and Mrs. Cook, : Jessie Griffis and ]..nDin\ I -- -
t There were two rattlesnakes killed 'If Fort White, were united in the holy kins were visitorto Stark" last Sat- Tacky: Party. i
atr.. Jesse Cason's farm near \bond* of wedlock last Thursday! urday.Rov.. Last Friday evening the home of
Long Bridge last Thursday one having 'he home of the !bride. Their many J. M. Johnson of Tennessee, lion and :Mrs..1. E. Byrd was the : -*
1:: rattles and the other had twenty- friends wish them happiness. preached at th1.. E. church last scene of a very enjoyahle'e'enin the ,
four. This seems to be rather difficult There were regular Sunday school Sunday morning. occasion being a tackyparty in the
to I le'ieve' that a ratlesnake with services; at Sardis church last'Sunda\' course of which games and music prevailed WeNeed
:24 rattles had been in Bradford county. morning. Every person of this vicinity 4.4 6 444c > 0' i
I". aa is urgently asked to be present A prize was offered for the cough '
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next Sunday at 111::'1) a. m. ICAIFOKD.Hop. ( presenting the most!' suitable npf.::>ar- f
t (. i i'F'444044444'J0 Here i it goes: "Three more cheers i ance for the occasion. Parched peanuts -
I I C (iI for the Telegraph!" ;" : ., ?> ,;, .- ,. ,. were indulged in by all duringthe YOU

I PALESTINE. and Mrs. A. D. Andrews spent contest. ,
<* ; ; y 0 < j. < > %. }> ;, ,;. ,:, Mr..1.: S. Rosier: of the Evergreen was appointed: Misses Loca Johnson 'I

,i The little daughter of Mr. and :Mrs.' BROOKER. 4 sprtion was a !business: visitor here ad Lillian Whitten and Mr. J. NeedUs Q
Arthur: Brannen of the Palestine section ( Tuesday. H, Delmlrk'ho r.ftcr careful deliberation -
I died Thursday, August 17th, after ;, Mr. L. L. Sapp, of Wateroak, was elected that beyond a doubt,
i I an illness of only' a few days. She Postmaster Collins and son, Julian, in town Tuesday.Miss Miss Ruby Byrd andIr.. Cha/les'! s

i was only 14 months old and kind were transacting business in Lake : Ruby Bennett, of Theressa, is Blocdsworth had surpassed all p's-I! | Perfectly Plain-.- .
friends and medical aid did all possible Butler last Thursday. visiting relatives here this week. ent in doing I well the undertaking of j
to give her relief.' :'III'1.. Matheny and family motored Mrs. B. I D. Kelley returned Sunday the evening for which they were '

Misses Essie and Lizzie Hodges, of to Gainesville last Wednesday.Mis. after a week's visit to her sister, :\lrs.1 awarded the prizes. All report a very 7i We need you because you are necessary to
Moniac. Ga., are spending a few days Hattie Rivers and little daugh- G. :M. Bennett, at Theressa. pleasant evening spent. t tHEILRRONX. business
existence.
with their uncle and: aunt, Mr. and ?r. Mildred, of Fort Meade, have linen Dr. Tomlinson, of Starke, was a I our
:Mrs. X. II. Hurst. 1Mr "uests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. professional visitor here Sunday. i> .t . '!' ( %> (!> .!' ..
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: Daniel Hurst made a business B. Colson for the past week. Mrs. :Miss Effie Ritch, of Valdosta, Ga., ., r. 1 # need us because we can supply your :
trip to Lake City Friday. i ii Rivers is a sister of Mr. Colson. returned to Starke Friday, after sev- ,;, r- j Lumber and Building Material needs '

Messrs. Wardell" Otto and Percy I III :Miss Xellie Kite, of Gainesville, eral days' visit with relatives here. .. better than anyone around here.
1 I Wainwrjght; of Wateroak, attended spent last week with Miss Mamie :Master Broward Johns, is visitinghis l
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II I church Saturday, also attended the Pinholster at her home near Brooker aunt Mrs. B.\1. Dowling, in Our sick list of this week contains When you know what you want remember
; I ice cream supper at Mr. and Mrs. N.I 1. Mr. J. M. Shaw and family and Mrs.E. Starke this week. the names of the following: Miss I # have it. ,

H. Hursts. I Ii ;. L. Crosby were shopping in Gainesville :Mr. Thomas Sapp, of Palmetto, is Nettie Robinson, Messrs. Bud Parmenter we
i { Miss: Alexia Meese, of Geneva, is last Thursday.Dr. visiting relatives here this week. Wardell, Wainwright, and F. B. : Q When
I spending/ few days with her friend I II I L. L. Lamb motored to Hague Mr. Carl Macclenny was a visitorto Robinson 1 I.. you don't know, don't forget we are ':

I I Mips Arnie Driggers.Mr. : I II I Friday afternoon on professional bus- Raiford Tuesday.Hon. Mrs. Maggie Wainwright, who was i here to help you decide.
Jesse Durrance, of Lake City, ines"1 A. I). Andrews, Messrs. J. II. atte"d"d list week by Dr. Tomlinson !I .1 #'
I, spent last Saturday and Sunday with I 1 Miss Marguerite Shriver spent last Denmark and J. T. Lewis were business of Starke, is muck improved this week j : Estimates on any bill cheerfully given
: I his uncle, :Mr. X. II. Hurst. !i!. week with friends in Starke. visitors to Starke Monday.Tax and able to be out again. II
Miss Loyd Dowling, of Taylor, spent :Mrs. I. W. Pinholster and son, Guy, Collector B.1.. Dowling and i Mr. C. C. Mott is in the hay e4
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i t the week with her aunt, Mrs. W. S. .Mrs. P.1.. Barefoot and :'oli5ig'sla- wife, of Starke, were visitnig relatives at Worthington this week. business | I
.I Crews. ;> nve; Pinholster and Xellie Kite motored here Sunday and Monday. G. W. Wainwright has purchased I || Quigley Lumber & Supply Co.'The .
Quie a number, of people attended to Gainesville last Friday to do Little Misses Mary Cordry and Eva the Clomons one-half interest in the I

It preaching at Cypress Grove Saturday shopping.Mr. Kachelhofer, who have been visiting !sawmill located here. "
and Sunday and heard some very in'-i J. L. Whitten, naval stores man their aunt, Mrs. W. H. Harrell, Mr. E. D. Griffis has lately traded Happy Home Builder, p
terest-:; sermons by Rev. W. S. of Raiford. was transacting business for the past two weeks, left for their for the Westley Woods property on I
Crews Rev. Ruis and Rev. Clarity, ;m Brooker Saturday. home in Jacksonville Friday.Mrs. the Lawtey and Raiford Road and *WZ-T ?
( r'*-) a ve'-y good talk on Sunday schoo Mi<:s Edyth Warren spent last week Xellie :Mims. who has been will permanently locate there. Mr.Griflis ''I 3iP&7 A\5
work was given by Mr. Lem Owens, with friends in Starke. visiting her siterlrs.. W. M. Whit- is a noted church worker anda Z

4 of Lake City. :Mr. Chas. 1 II. Campbell, of Hastings ten, returned to her home Saturday.Mr. good neighbor and we are pleased =-=-
A number )f young folks gathered "ll! a former resident of Brooker, was John L. Gaskins, of across the to have him with us.
jit the home of Mr. and Mrs.: X. H. rere'ving acouaintances here last Sun- Redding Bridge, was in town Tuesday.Mrs. W. W. Wainright made an extended
Hurst Saturday night and enjoyed a I id.nand: Monday. W. H. Harrell and son, :Master: trip to Lake Butler, Dukes, Xew River ,
sing. Ice cream and cake were served :Amo"-r those who attended the Lewin Harrell, are visiting rs. Har- and other points, returning Mondayof
st the (;ose of the singing.Mr. H" 'l'sCr's'd.jin at Long BrideeVst rell's shterIrs.. Cordry, in Jacksonville this week. B. Z. MATTHEWS jI
: X. H. Hurst made a business ; Sunday afternoon were Misses \! this week. The revival meetings conducted by
triii! to Lake Butler Friday.Mr. ni-n and Tln-'nip. Ward Mama Lamb. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. White, of Law Rev. L. A. Donnelly, assisted! by Rev.R. .
: and Mrs. L. C. Taylor and Mr. >"d} 45V ('o'.iins; :Messrs. Ura Johns, *ey spent last Wednesday as the Strickland ?t our adjoining neigh- Artesian Well Driller III ,

Joseph Taylor spent Saturday night T. T. Collins and Durant Lamb guests ')f their daughter.lrs.. W. H. borhord, Rosier, closed Sunday night
.1* :he home of :\11'. X. II. Hurst. M". pr.d Mrs. M. S. Haves are tem- Andrews. and was crowned with many blessingsthe I have had twenty-four years experience in Ill
Mi"-es E'sie and Liezie Hodges are porarilv located at the home of Mr. :Miss Lillian Whitten, who has been following being the new addi-
spending a few days with Mrs. G. W. and )11'3L P. Matheny until the visiting relatives here for the past tions to the church: Sehellie, Britt, Well drilling in Florida.
t Ilrrst. comnletion of their new home. two weeks, left Sunday for White Horace, Mrs. Annie and Miss Doris
Quite a crowd of young folks gath- Messrs. L. A. Brown, C. E. Crosby, Springs: where she will visit for a Rosier, Miss Lilla Sapp, Percy Wain- I r
"-ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. .T. L. Douglass and Luther Sowell few days before returning to her homein wright and Ellis McCormick.W. guarantee satisfactorily complete all1'

k H. Hurst and enjoyed an ice cream transacted business in Starke Mon- Daisy, Ga. II. Johnson made a trip to Jack- _
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.. 1 F'.nper. day afternoon.Mr. Mrs. W. X. Cone and daughter, Miss CONTRACTSRaiford -.
Miss Mabel Taylor spent Sal!rday Geo. Crosby returned home on Elizabeth, of Lake City, are visiting I Tkt QuinlM That Von Not Affect The trIad
r-ht with Misses Rebecca and Weltha Sunday afternoon after a three weeks' Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Cone here this TILE Because BROMO of:it* QUININE tome and is laxative better: : than effect LAXI' : \. :-: Fatida;
Frannen.Mr. visit with relatives in Jacksonville.Little week. I' Quinine, a.d does not caovervo"tie.ordinary.. n-1 .

Ben Brannen and family, oft Miss Hazel Warren enter- Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Taylor have :rtccrng. k '": 'J head t "-""tare Rccienbei U .J the N'k fa'I 1 l'u.ni4 h -Cx :

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