Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 8, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:02037
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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County irtrgrapt ,

Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75 Cents. Payable in Advance. E. S. Matthews, Editor and Proprietor=:J




BUSY TIESEPTEMBERS Farmers Will Exhibit Wares at : KNOTT BY THE CONGRESS IS Extension of Line ad Construction OPERATION i

County Display in Fall of Bunnell Railroad is



I BRIDGE TO BE ERECTED -Preparations for the approachingfair MANDAMUS PROCEEDINGS SESSION WILL PROBABLY cial.)-Standardization of the Dupont -
are going forward and every indication i railroad from OiJinge Hammock east FLORIDA FRUIT PRESERVING -
ACROSS OLUSTEE CREEK points to a successful event. BEFORE SUPREME COURT CLOSE DURING THE WEEK to Haw Creek Farms has started and CO., WILL OPEN IN JAX

The officers are busy on the plans and 'i the Dowling-Shands Lumber Company I

New Public Road Granted in farmers are getting their exhibits in Board Must Show Cause Whyit LaFollete's Threat to Filibuster!!I. has 100 men at wiork. From the Will Place Trade Name in Ev- '
shape. I '
to the dock at St. Johns Park, -
Southeastern Portion of There will be a number of exhibits, Should Not be Compelledto Causes Omission of Admin- I a road will be built. giving new con- ery State of America and -
particularly along livestock and -I Make'Recount.TALLAHASSEE istration
County. agricultural Measure. nections. Ultimately Over Globe. '
lines. Many; visitors are expected Bunnell capitalists will build a rail-

The county commissioners met September including several capitalistsfrom Sept. /q.-Attorneys WASHINGTON, Sept. 5.-The only road from Bunnell to a point four What has heretofore-
4th with all members present. Ohio. for \V. V. Knott yesterday after- important piece of woik standing in miles east of St. Johns Park. been an overlooked :

The following j is a synopsis of the i noon demanded of the state canvassing the way of adjournment of Congress, 'I This work will give farmers west opportunity will 1'ecome a profitable -
fact, when the Florida Fruit
transactions, a full account of which ST. M.RK'S4Rev. board that it meet and recanvass which probably will occur tomorrow, and southwest of Bunnell direct railroad ,
will appear in our next: M. M. Fryer, rector. Morning the returns as amended by the re- or possjbly even late tonight, '','.1..<; facilities to their farms enabling in this city Company on October begins i. It operation will be j
Bill cf D. N. Horn, $60, for bridge prayer and sermon, 11 o'clock. counts. The board refused and the the smoothing out today of House and them to ship direct from their ,
a corporation with '
lumber put off till next meeting, Commissioner The public is cordially invited to at- Supreme Court issued an alternativewrit Senate differences on the administration fields and to bring seed and fertilizerto a capital stock of
$: to $50,000, which is to ,
Crews to investigate the tend. of mandamus returnable Friday emergency revenue bill, providing their places without the necessityof in the manufacture of marmalades engage and f,
matter. morning, September 8, at 10 o'clock, for the raising of $20.1,000,000 annually long hauls by wagon. from
jellies the citrus fruits grown in
Bill for $:!8 for payment of inspec- addressed to the board to show cause the creation of a tariff commission : I Florida. f
tors of Starke, Lake Butler, New Ri- BOISEYLONGON why it should not be compelled to and other important economic Announcement i
HIGH SCHOOL TO of this new concern
ver and Palestine on account of recount make the recount. It is a perfectly principles.This II was made yesterday afternoon by E.liening .
Q of primary votes laid over till friendly proceeding so far as the bill, passed last night in the
Smith, who stated that attorneys -
next meeting. ,TRIAL FOR LIFEKiller state canvassing board is concerned. enate by a vote of 42 to 1(5( with five
OPEN ON MONDAY are now drawing up incorporation -
The committee to investigate the Republicans voting for it, went to conference papers preparatory to the firm's

necessity for buying a traction enginefor Recount in Hi1I borouJth. today. It is believed the starting in business. Mr. Smith is tone
county road work, recommendedthat of Alachua Deputy Sher- TAMPA, Sept. 6.-Writ of manda- House conferees will accept most of president and general managei of

no purchase should be made. iff mus ordering recount in twenty pre- the Senate amendments, including Interesting Program Will Be the company, while C L. Farnsworth,
Cmmittee to confer with the commissioners Arraigned Wednesdayat cincts of this (Hillsborough) countywas those adopted yesterday, directed Given on Opening Day in I of Tavares, is to be general superintendent -
of Columbia county abouta Gainesville. issued by Circuit Judge Robles against allied interference with American and have actual charge of .
bridge: across Olustee creek, at here Tuesday in favor of W. V. Knott trade. Addition to Short Talks.As manufacturing the product.

Clyatt ford, reported that the cost GAINESVILLE, Sept. 6. (Special.A .) who is contesting the Democratic nom- Final consideration of the measurein I Although it has betn known among ,
would be $1,000. Resolved, that Bradford grand jury was yesterday selected ination for Governor with the declared the Senate last night was markedby stated in last week's issue of the 'a few for a number of months that

.meet Columbia county in con- to consider the case of Boisey Long, nominee, Rev. Sidney J. Catts. The vain fights of Senator Underwoodto Telegraph, school will begin here Monday -I ja company was in process of formu-
struction of such a bridge, the workto charged with killing Deputy SheriffS. writ was made returnable September20th. eliminate the tariff commission sec- September 11th. A full corps of lation, nothing of the actual organi-
be done with convict labor, and not G. Wynne and seriously woundingDr. The petitioner alleges irregu- tion, and of Senator Husting to estab- teachers have been selected and every- I I ition was made pullic until yesterday :
to exceed $1,000 in cost.A. L. G. Harris. As the venire was larities in the primray of June G, last. lish publicity of income tax returns; thing will be in readiness for the first ; when Mr. Smith made his an .
A. Durden and B. Y. Saxon, for practically exhausted when the grand ?rd by abandonment, under Senator day. It is hoped that the patrons will nouncement. With the latter comes : -

the. town of Hampton, proposed to jury had been completed a new venireas FIVE MEN ACQUITTEDOF LaFollette's threat to filjsbuster, of send their children in the first dayor realization of the vast possibilities for .
clay one-quarter mile of road leading ,,- ordered drawn for petit jurors. CHARGE the administration plan to include as as soon thereafter as possible, be- placing a Florida product on the markets
from depot of Hampton east for $H O. Judge J. T. Wills, after conveningcourt GAMBLING an amendment the Webb bill, which cause an early beginning is of great of the United States and the

Proposition accepted by majority vote. spoke 'on the import/mce of would permit American exporters to value. !I world, and the chances for this state { .
J. T. Lewis, manager of the Tribune legally handling such cases as Long's Testified That They Were Only organize joint selling agencies for foreign The school begins this year with receiving unlimited advertising *

Publishing Company of Raiford, sub- and in his charge to the grand jury Playing Innocent Game of trade. splendid prospects for a successfulyear. through publicity given what is boundto
mitted the proposition to produce an laid special stress against summary While the conference committee was The high school will very prob- become a nationally advertised pro-
illustrated booklet of 5,000 copies, set- justice. "Set Back" When Arrested at work on the revenue bill today, ably be the largest in many jears. duct. ,

ting forth the advantages of Bradford Long was brought back here Frday; Senator Owen expected to make a last The course of study will of course Inception of Factor ..
county, ar.d distribute the copies, for by Sheriff Ramsey from Jacksonville Sunday afternoon Sheriff Denmark attempt to. calI up the corrupt practic be practically the same as last year, :Mr. Smith has been a resident of ,
$100. Preposition accepted and the where he had been jailed for Fafo got word that some men were gambling bill, but :Senate::: leaders felt certain but this year an especial effort will he Jacksonville for a number of months, .
clerk was instructed to draw warrantfor keeping, as fears were felt for his in the woods a short distance east that a majority of both Demo- made to fit it to the needs of the in- having come here when' the Alabama- ,
$100, payable to the Tribune Publishing ifcty if he remained in Alachua count of W. A. Dubose's place south of town I crats and Republicans would vote dixidual child. This will consist of Georgia; Syrup Company, of Montgomery '

Co. for the work. )'. :Mr. Denmark sent Deputies M. Cameron against consideration. Senator Smithof I modifying, supplementing and adding Ala., established their branch hpro
State pension claim of :Mrs. Julia --- ------ I and 0. L. Xash to arrest the I South Carolina wanted to get action I other branches to the course. The aim lIe is vice president of this concern.
Knight approved. rose road, near Dixon's branch. Petition party. They found the men arrested I on the immigration bill, but indications in view is to prepare the student for i After had been in Florida for several -
Report of clerk for fees collected granted on condition that ll" I them and brought them to town, whcieeaih I were that even if this should I j the actual duties of life. :, months, as he began to realize

from candidates and amounts paid Ollt road he put in good tl'antil'gcon -I gave a bond for his appearance 1 o passed it would die in conference j Thi:* year we expect to surpass even '!ho possibilities for preserving Florida

for primary election expenses onlerr' tion without expense to the county in Judge Gardiner's: court Tuesday 'when adjournment c"mes.I I the brilliant record made by the school citrus fruits and adopting a trademark .
filed.C.. J. M. Shaw asked that his assessment moining. The accused were, II. C.I The Senate also expected to find last year in athletics. Basket ball and which would ultimately become

L Norton ct al presented p"1-: be reduced, and it was reduced Waters. Lacy Austin. Tate Denmaik, I time to pass the Porto Rican citizenship 'I base ball teams will he organized and "' household word throughout the Un'f- ,
tion askirc: for public road from CI-:* from $1,500 to $1,000. Isham Ogden Geo. Cowart and: S. M. Sasser. I measure, already passed by the I propose to meet the bet: teams in the ed States. The organization of the '
county line west, on line between sec- and Chas. S. Swain made complaint Arraigned before Judge Gardiner use, and possibly several other minor state. In additior for those students!': Florida Fruit Perserving Company is
tions 2o. 3fi( 2fi and 3:;, township: T. I but changes in valuation were refus I each of the accused pleaded not guilty.A bills on the calendar. -- _

range 22, as far as Starke and Mel- I led. I. jury was then empanelled consisting ; I (Continued on Page 4.) (Continued on Page 4.)

_. of the following gentlemen: A. WASHINGTON, Sept. (J ProspocU: :
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I :M. Blanchard. foremanV.. B. :McKinney -'I' for adjourning! congress today went

; ff.V.KNOTTWILLNATION DErdAr riOMI J. B. Cowart, L. E. Roberts;, Jas. 'I glimmering when the house and senate BRITISH MAKE ADVANCES CAPTOR- It
Hornsliy and I). O. MeRae. The ease: I l'o"fel'e'g"an informal discussions II ,
A. S. Crews, and the bill.
was prosecuted by on revenue

CERTIFICATE FEW% DAYS, I the defendants were represented I The house did! rot ir tthrough formally !ING WHOLE OF GERMAN SECOND UNE
E.1.. Johns. The officers who made : sending tre bill! to conference I,
the arrcs testified that they had seen before Republican Leader Mann objected ,

; ; .' .. ; ! '. '. ,. Tate De;'Mark pick up some money that he had nol had time to readit. .:; :; . ;. .. :; .. '! .'! ... ,
Candidate For Governor Has from the round, hut the defendants Th? conferees discussed it infor- .. Russians Also Take Several of

Made Net Gain of 481 Votes '.' SEXTON WHO WORKED UP '!' all denied playing for money, claiming mally, however, but found some obstacles 4. DOUBLE ZEPPELINS FORMAIL '. I the Carpathian Mountain ,
,. TO 106TH YEAR DIES AT that tJ.ol'Y had only played a, social which leaders hoped would be SERVICE TO UNITED 1 Heights
By Recounts. I AGE OF 107. <.' game of "t back." The jury lftnr smoothed out tomorrow. The house i STATES. ,. I
4' a short dnlberation returned a verdictof meanwhile put in the time hearing '** i -
;. HARRISBURG, Va., Sept. 5.- y. political speeches.The CHICAGO, Sept. 6.-Two dou- .
CAME UP WEDNESDAY <.. George Manro gave up his job as The case occupied the time of the bill was called up at the out- '., ble Zeppelins, unarmed and each CAPTUREOF4,500TEUTONS
.. sexton of the Catholic church !' court for practically the whole of the set of the session of the house, on a :J with a carrying capacity of sixty <* -' :
day. Securing a jury satisfactory to motion of Democratic Leader Kitchinto 'i. tons, have been built in Germany I
Contests Have Been Closed in Twenty here when he was 106 years old. '! Berlin Concedes the Loss of Chilly:
t. the of 44. both sides consumed the time from send it to conference. Republican 'i. to 'carry mail between Berlin '. i I
He died at -
of Fifty-two Counties in Florida- yesterday age 10 o'clock until 2:30.PAINFUL Leader Mann wanted time to read the <* and the United States, according .. I to the French TroolllBulgarlBnsClaim '
107. His mind still clear
was '
Mandamus Proceedings Pending in and active, and he was able to .. bill and Mr. Kitchin temporarily with 18. to a statement here by Mor- .. to Have Defeated the Rou ,
ACCIDENT. drew the motion. With ranking mem- '. ris of German- manians in First Clash Rouman. J
Oweola County and Three Other 4' walk about as late as last Wed-- r. Epstein, agent on -
of the and means committeehe '. who returned I
Counties. ; nesday. He was born in Scotland bers ways I I American Alliance; i ian Soil.
James Hornsby, a well known far- went over to the senate for an informal .;- from Europe yesterday. *> ll
4' and came to this country in 1863. ; .
I i mer living east of Starke. carries l his conference on the bill. I I '. Epstein said the Zeppelins had '. i -

JACKSONVILLE, Sept. 6.-W. V.Knott. I (. ... ,i. .' !' .' . .- .;, '. right arm in a sling on account of an Pending developments, Mr. Kitchin I been christened "Amerika" s j LONDON, Sept. 5.The British \'
who has been contesting the accident which took place 3 few days I with held the concurrent resolution for I :;, "Deutschland." He was permit- continue to make gains in the neighborhood -

nomination of S. J. Catts for the office next few days at which time Mr. ago.Mr.: adjournment of congress, but expressed 4, ted to view them, de declared. '. of Guillemont, on the Somme 'I'
of Governor on the democratic Knott will demand his certificate of Hornsby rind some neighbors; the opinion that probably it would 4- Their engines are powerfully front, it was officially announced 'ii. j i
I in the woods to round The conferees" day. They pushed forward to within -
were out up adjourn tomorrow. encountered ( equipped and they can make the
nomination for the office of '
ticket, is expected to make a demand i gOVl'rnorfrom which fifteen hundred yaids of Guille\: .
the state canvassing board. their hogs ani mark) the mall pig? several obstacles aerial voyage between Berlin '!'
nis Upon the state canvassing board for' (-ne pig in particular was hart to make it improbable that final actioncan and New York in seventy-two mont from the east. Farther south
certificate within the next ten The twenty counties in which Mr. around Falfemont Farm they captured ; j
catch, and while :Mr. Hornsby was he taken before tomorrow. House days. He has conducted contests in Knott made his net gain of 431 are the German woiks on the three _
l lying on his knees he made a grab conferees insist on the tax on copper "They are so constructed." he
twenty counties, and has some five as follows: Bradford, Clay, DeSoto, thousand front. The French ;
yard report
3' the animal. The turn of the body and the original munitions tax in placeof said, "that they can rise higher' --
others now pepding. Up to date th3 i lUival, Hamilton, Holmes':, Jackson, he the repulse of German counterattacks .,
HLS awkward and as soon as grab- tho: senate substitute. than any aercpkne and thus escape >
total net gain made by Mr. Knott is Leon, Madison, Nassau, Okaloosa, Or- the with
Somme front
b -i the pig's: legs the arm got out Representative Brynes, Tennesw. hostile aviators. They can on t
481. This !gain was made during the ange, Polk, Putnam, Santa Rosa, St. heavy losses. The Russians report
of joint at the shoulder. democrat, urged on the house the necessity also descend to the water and
recounts and the corrected returns Johns, St. Lucie, Sumter, Suwannee the of than 4,500 Teu- '
lIe was brought to his home in a of the senate's anti-Britirh i travel there under their own. capture more j.
been certified to the state canvassing and Volusia.On .. tons the Velhynian front. They !
wagon as soon as possible, while Dr.J. blacklisting amendment. He said the power." A on .'
board by the county canvass2 the first count Mr. Catts' ma- also record the first clash between I
C. Wills, of Starke, was summoned. British blacklisting was unlawful and Epstein said the postage char- *
boards. ioritv was placed at 2CO vat"s. Mr. An attempt to slip the arm back arbitrary and vitally affected his sec- grs for this service had already I Bulgarians and Russians in Roumania -
Ballots! in six precincts in Holmes Knott now has a majority o'-er M11 into i its socket was made before the tion of the country. ; been arranged and would be the 4 a Russian calavry sabering a Bulgarian .

county have been recounted and the Catts of 221. This will no doubt be doctor came but was not successful.Dr. By a vote of thirty-two to fourteen i' regular international postage. cavalry outpost. The Bulgarians -

Question of recounting the remaining increased by the recounts, which :" Wills soon got things right again the senate today decided to take up .' plus one mark, or 25 cents for .; claim to have defeated the Rou
Jones"rennets will be argued before Judge pending. The reports show that Mr. and Mr. Hornsby will have the full I I Serctor Owens corrupt practice bill ; each letter. manians in the first clashes on Rou t
this morning. The judge will Knott has contested the counting and manian soil. The British bureau '
use! of his arm in a short while. greatly curtailing campaign expencM- :; press i
mine Personally take testimony to deter tabulating of the ballots in practie- *urns and imposing heavy penaltiesfor .. 4 -;. .. ." e .. i .-. .. 4 4 .. ... says another Zeppel.n besides the or.e .
whether ,or not a recount shall o-e-half of the fifty-two counties o' T. J. Moore, of the Heilbronn violations. destroyed, was damaged on Saturday t.
W ordered for these remaining pre- the state. It is expected that as SOl night.
Springs section, was in town Thurs Seven republicans voted with demo- i
cincts.also A Mandamus proceedings/ is as the certificate: of nomination i is day and called to renew his subscription crt to take up the bill and seven Now is a good time to repair and The British claim that since Su-day
pending in Osceola county and :warded the camnaign to elect the to the Telegraph. He has 10 deir.ocT.t3 voted against the motion. paint your building. Give the carpenter they have captured the whole of the r
three other counties. All ofthese are I mmin.ee of the Democratic party will acres of cotton that promises a yieldcf I !? and painters work and put somei -
I exFected to be disposed of within the te opened in earnest. 700 rowd to the acre. fror.tir.ued on Pare 4.) i morey in circulation. (Continued en Pore 4.) !I.I'I.

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trouble." j For they couldn't get votes for one of, the gases rise into a chamber shut off Mesdames H G. Stone,
f.jl Hand'f
cold does not getwell itself. The .
.1 DYSPFPSIAMAN'Si Tanlac is sold exsluslvely in Starkeby their kind; from the outside air, so that there Miss Pauline Colton and Mr. Claret;
of wearing out cold
C. P. Cason; in Lake Butler by process out, and cough a becomes wears ser- I But when the true man goes up to the. will be no evil smell around the tank. Ritch all of Aaiford, and :\Ir, lobi{

i Tom1inson-:I8ines Drug Co.; in Hamp- you ious if neglected.your Hacking coughs I polls The water, freed from the sludge Ritch of NeaN. were guests dura

GREATEST ENEMY ton by the Hampton Pharmacy; in drain the energy and sap the vitality.For t The wave of defeat over that candidate flows off into the creek. Once or the week of Mr. N. T. Ritch and fj.

k Lawtey by the Cash Drug Store; in 47 the happy combinationof rolls. twice a year, as occasion demands, ily. I

Raiford by the Weaver Drug Co.; years the sludge at the bottom will be pumpI : .

r and in Worthington by R. T. Taylor.C. soothing antiseptic balsams in Dr.King's We don't know these mon that you I out by means of a diaphragm pumpit Mrs. 0. J. and; ;;; ;

; Distressing Malady Has Baffled A. Smith, Sampson, Fla-Adv. New Discovery has healed I call Guardeens will then be so well rotted as to several days the first of this week vis.
relined Old
i ijf ijfI; the Medical Profession roughs and young and can testify congestion.to the effectiveness I We bet they are men you can't boxlike be almost odorless, but if necessary, iting Mrs J. F.. Kickliter, at Kings! '
be used the time. lake.fr .
CAN FRUIT WITHOUT SUGAR 1 I Sardines; disinfectant may at
i i for Many Years. of Dr. King's New Discovery fori
Or hand them in bundles to Ward This type of tank is called the Imhoff
i I coughs and colds. Buy a bottle todayat :
i f ---- Heeler Pat, tank and is the best known for thepurpose. CASKETf
Canning Specialists Say Boiling Wa-
f your druggist 50c. ((1)) COFFINS _
Explaining the record-breaking demand ter May be Used Instead of Sjrup. A Nor take up the Shillalah at the drop : ,
'. it. for Tanlac, G. F. Willis southern I[ of your hat. There is to be another tank besides) i I And a full line of -
; representative for L. T. Cooper i i Ii We guess they are men that would the one described, located some disc Undertakers' Supplies .
for use in pies or salads or ,
; I manufacturer of the celebrated med- | feel right cheap j tance southwest of the foot of Water I
as stewed fruit can be put up or canned | The sale of land on which taxes I II Always on hand. The best ser
icine, stated recently! in Atlanta, that If they could be handled like bunches street. Work on this tank has!' begun
the thousands of that without the use of any sugar at! for 1915; had not been paid, took place I vice at the lowest prices. Special j
questions were of
4 being asked all over the South regarding all, according to the canning special- ,' Monday. Only a very few parcels reverted I sheep. Lax-Fos, A Mild, Effective laxative I Liver Tonic attention to telegraph orders.

II i I ists of the department. They, therefore to the state, and a smaller 1 Does Not Gripe nor Disturb the Stomach.In --- -
it made imperative that some explanation We have oft
heard this and it'si
cry Registered Embalmer
o. i advise those who, because of the amount of parcels than common were addition to other properties,Lax-Fos I:
be made to satisfy the pub- i! high price of sugar, have been thinking sold to private bidders. The list of i nearly the same, : contains Cascara in acceptable form, a '
lic interest. of : "Why didn't the home team win thei stimulating Laxative andTonic. Lax-Fos I DeWITT /JONES
reducing the of fruitI
of he said "Thou- | advertised lands was as voluminous as i acts effectively:: and does net nor
Speaking Tanlac : i game? gripe Suc'sr to (J. C. Livingston & Co
sands of the most I they put up to can as much of their ever this year, but near the time for disturb stomnch. At the same time, it aids [
prominent peoplein "That cheated of
I : umpire us out a Starke Fla.
',. surplus as possible by the uSe of boiling the tax sale the taxes on the greater : di etioJarouses: the liver and secretions ,
fact-in the cities of the '
1 leading score: and restores the healtly fncticrs SPc.
water when sugar sirup is beyond of the parcels were paid. ;: ---
country, where this celebrated medicine part "Our man would have licked had there
I t' their means. Any fruit, they say, i t -
has lien accomplishing such remarkable -( been one round more!" .. I'
; may be successfully sterlized and retained CLEAR: BAD) KiN FROM WITHIN _
!i results, are even more enthusiastic "Why couldn't the eleven see thingsmy
in the pack by simply adding Pimply, muddy complexions are due
Tanlac that Mr.
over Cooper -
I i, boiling water instead of the hot syrup. to impurities in the blood.! Clear up ,, way,
r himself. As I served with them the
The use of the sugar, of course, i is;:; desirable the skin by taking Dr. Kings Xt'wI on jury to- HULL'S DEPARTMENT.
Ii "In explanation of this, it shouldbe I day?"
in the canning of all kinds of Life Pills. Their mild laxative qualities j
stated that Tanlac is believed to
fruits and makes a better and ready remove the poisons from the system -
1 be the first actually direct specific for It's hard to tell you all we think STORENeither
I sweetened product. Moreover, most and brighten the eye. A full,
catarrhal inflammation of the stomach When we have to confine it to printer's -
of the fruits do not retain their natural free, non-griping bowel movement in '

j. or what is more commonly known as flavor, texture and color as well a, the morning is the reward of a do;;e'' ink;
dyspepsia, and the complications that fruit in Fruit canned But free from the Polecat and Pre- Catts or Knott have affected our busi
Ia put up syrup. of Dr. King's New Life Pills the night
.I follow it. I without sugar to be used for sauces before. At your druggist, 2oc. ( ) |I judice, I ness. We have a fine grocery trade and have fine
:I At this point Mr. Willis quoted I (1)I Ii When votes can't be bought for
desserts must be sweetened. i any
from one of Mr. Cooper's recent lectures I I price; groceries. We sell for cash. We have a good line
Canning Fruits Without Syrup CANOVA BUSY. j
i in which he said: "Of all the Then when things are deterrnired of Furniture Hardware Crockery and Glassware
I Can the product the same day it I ,

manity distressing, chronic conditions dyspepsia that is afflict probably hu-I I clean is picked.the fruit Cull by, stem and it in seed large I J. F. Canova has already ginned out I We'll put downward pressure to spill behind, them and Feeds, Fertilizers, A Solid Car of Phoslime (Soft .

the most prevalent. This most universal i- strainer and pouring placing water over a several bales of cotton since he start run them up hill. j! Phosphate and Lime) put up in 100 pound white

has baffled the medical' ed up work a few days ago. His gin-
malady until it is clean. Pack the product since the I S.V. TILLIS. sacks, Get our Prices. Brick and Lime Paits. Oils
i is complete, and
I profession for years, and the most nery very I Loughman, Florida.

skilled specialists have been unable !J Jj until thoroughly they are in full glass use jars the or handle tin cans ofa canning apparatus was sold and 1'1'-1 Gasoline. We buy Country Produce,. Eggs, Sweet

j to cope with it successfully. I II' ; moved, there is plenty of room. FIRST OF Potatoes Corn Etc.
"Hours might be consumed in describing -I tablespoon, wooden ladle or table now has two new double gins, tendedby I ,. ,

: I the sufferings, mental and i knife for packing purposes. Pour over careful men, and the ginning could' NOW READY FOR USE Yours for the Square Deal,
I the fruit boiling water from a kettle, ,
: physical, of the sufferers of chronic !! not be improved upon. Mr. Canova 1--- :j I
rubbers in !ipartially
place and
i i' their failure hprpto- 'I caps also the highest market price 1 j jI
w dyspepsia, and pays Difficult
----- Piece of Work Completed
i seal if using glass jars, seal N. B. HULL :
I fore to get relief. A morbid, unreal, 1 for cotton.
whimsical and melancholy condition of completely if using tin cans. Place I by Engineer Moore. :'
l Ii :i the containers in a sterlizing vat, such COLD. !
i, the mind, aside from the nervousnessand I 1I0 NEGLECT YOUR I For the City. : .
wash boiler with false bottom
as a mother instead I
physical 'suffering, is the usual Neglected colds get worse, i ___ -
receptacle improvised for the I JIi J
better. A stuffed head, a tighti
condition of the average dyspeptic, i lof : Engineer W. L. Moore who is in
If using hot-water bathI .
purpose. a I i chest t be relieved at once. )Ir.Bell's -
and life seem* scarcely worth living. I outfit, for :30 minutes cou'H'boiling mu charge of the conStruction of the settling ... ,
process i ,
; Pine Tar Honey is nature'sremedy. A\ rr.1 r : I' :
\ \ @ 'I
Dyspepsia, indigestion, as the casemay :
point; the water must coverthe (or septic) tanks into which tin @ @
: heal
i 1 Honey and glycerine
be is caused the of too
;- by taking l highest jar in container. After : sewage of the town will be discharged. ;
i much food, or unsuitable focd, and the 1 the irritated membrane, antiseptic;:; 'has completed his first tank whkh'i @ @
sterlizing remove packs, seal glass
; mucous membrane of the stomach becomes 'tar loosens;:; the phlegm, you breathe Ii.i ;situated:; in line with
jars, in to bleaching | a Ora JOB PRINTING
prevent -
wrap paper
j easier and your cold is broken up. .1' @
irritated, and there is set an 1 @
and store in a dry cool place. rest about 150 feet north of AT'.
Dr. Bell's Fne! Tar
Pleasant to take,
; I acute or sub-acute gastric catarrhal I If you are canning in tin cans it will for children gator creek. The work was begun at : .0)} : : @
is ideal remedy
Honey an
condition which the
prevents I
proper improve the product to plunge the the time of the bid rains and the M I
digestion of the food. This food is a< well as grown-ups. At your druggist -
cans quickly into cold water immediately I (Ol) selected for the tank happened to t lieOM @ 4r47'yi: \ { @
'J5c.: I .
ferment and
apt to and decompose, asa
i after sterilization. When usinga I an ancient creek bed, where th.'rc II |
I result the familiar, distressing sym- but @ :
was nothing @
steam pressure canner instead of t' ,, THE REASON WilY.I i quicksand, through
ptims of dyspepsia may arise. In hot water bath, sterilize for 10 minute i[ which the water flowed freely. In-:1* I'
, I. mild cases there is nothing more than .'\! with 5 pounds of steam pressure. I difficulty was found! in building tne I' @ ; Neatly an Attisticdly @
uncomfortable feeling) in the stomach Yes, Friend McDonald, we can tell you
an caisson: inside: of which !
;; the
;; tank
I Never allow the to was ; qcp
pressure go
with a certain! amount of depression pounds. I why, built, for the pressure of the liquid 1; Done.Give t s/s a Trial.1! @ -

1 headache, loss of appetite- 'er'M -i,,10 Since you ask! the question, we will j sand on the sides was enormous and' @ ,

hops belching of gas and occasional''l! A USEFUL PAIN. make a reply. ': the water entered faster than it couldbe ,M ) @ .
omitin There also Since want to know it clears;:; our :
.. \ may be accompanying i you pumped out at times. : @ q @ ;

intestinal symptoms, such as; skirts, The tank is
15 feet
i j deep and
constipation, pains in the back, coloc i Starke People Should Heed its Warn We will not feel badly if the true an- @
S feet @
I': ing. :; across strong concrete. To I :
the familiarlioarthurn hurts. :
etc. There be only swer
may describe
due to the inflammation rf.1 t The ability to ask questions was givento ; without a its diagram construction, but it is has impossible on the ,' @ IDrallfur (Smutty ertwjrajijfi @

the tomach from excessive of Have you a sharp pain or a dull mankind : ;
gases inside .
I number of baffle the
,. cache ] a plate, @
r fermentation or putrefaction. In the across the small of your back? To furnish him knowledge, to enlighten : purpose of which is to keep the sew Oo

'$ a I most a day severe or two-the cases-those symptoms that last enumerated over : sign Do you of realize kidney that weakness it's often? a Prompt timely his mind. :!age tank from, thus moving allowing fast the, as heavy it enters solidsto the @ o o o@@@a@@(@@a n''@0

dF I' may be much more intense.! treatment is a safeguard against more Your naming the Polecat is quite apt- sink to the bottom. The gases arising uh" ..

i The distress may be marked, and the serious kidney troubles. Use Doan's ly done, I during the decay of the sludge I.:,,. "Hi 1 H' H 4.! H 1.1 !.! '1.1.1 !"1 1'11.1'!"! H+! -' +H ':+" .
general constitutional symptoms more Kidney Pills. Profit by a Starke res- We have met this beast when we hud 4 .
; cannot reach the outer air on account "
evident. When this stage is reached, 'ident's experience. I not a gun. |: of a diaphragm, the rim of which is : SEED POTATOESFOR

: I the loss of appetite, the mental depression :Mrs. A. E. Moitt, W. Call Street, We may beat, we may scatter this \I close to the wall of the tank and 'urI ,' ::

and the general uncomfcrt- Starke, says: "I had kidney trouble beast all we will j ,
j '' rounded by water, creating what i is FALL PLANTING IRISH COBBLER, VIRGINIA CROWN.SPAULDING'S .
able feeling in the stomach are mu-'h and suffered from dull nagging back- But the scent it is born with will cling : ::
technically termed a "water seal, but NO. 4 ROSE, FLORIDA GROWN.
more pronounced. This is particularlytrue aches. I was also distressed by head- to it still.. I I I' .. These the small
-- --- -- are second crop seed that are planted whole for fall in
in gastritis | aches. I used (Dean's Kidney Pills So all we can do is to watch where it Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up System i ,. Florida, and give best results planted in this way. True

"It frequently occurs from contin- and they relieved the kidney annoyance goes i l Tbe Old Standard general strengthening tonic, ,: of Each Variety as Follows:

ued errors in diet that this condition I and rid me of the backaches." And keep chasing it out and holding i i CROVE'S TASTELESS TONIC drivei out | ,.: Five Bag Lots, $3.25 Per Bag. Single Bag Lots, $3':;0 per Bag
\becomes chronic, and the symptoms I (Statement given March 10, 1911.) our nose. i! 'MalariaenrichesthetJoodoadbuildsnplhesps A ',, Ten Bag Lots, $3.00 Per Bag. ;
-1. true tonic. Fe:adults and chit; persist for an indefinite period; the I I Lasting Benefit. !I ,... NEW CROP TURNIP SEED, CABBAGE, PEPPER EGG PLANT. ;

I appetite is very apt to be'varied, although j.i Over three years later, Mrs. Moitt When you mention religion, we takeoff i Our Descriptive Cata logue Free on Request.t !

at times very good. Heartburn said, "I haven't suffered to amount to our hat

;i' is frequent, if not constant; the stomach '' anything from any symptoms of kidney To one who's a Christian first, then I ... E. A MARTIN SEED CO.

f is painful on pressure, the tongueis complaint since Doan's KidneyI Democrat.For .

i i coated, there is a bad taste in the i I Pills made a cure of my case." Prayer and the Ballot will readily | "Cured"Mr OLDEST ESTABLISHED LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLA.

I mouth, and there are changes in the Price 50 cents at all dealers. Don't mix BELL Phone 4277. 206 East Bay Street. Automatic :M-2368.

: J. amount of the ralivary secretion. Constipation 'simply ask for a kidney remedy-get But keep Creed and Sect out of POIiI Mr Jay McGee,of StephI"..............'..-.........,........_..... '............................................ ..................._ ..,..;......;."..."c.. ...t'v.; .

I is also usually present, although 'Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that :'I tics. / envillc Texas, writes: "For -:
I : diarrhoea may alternate. i :'IlrsIoitt has twice publicly recom- The name, Democrat means ruled by
nine (9J I
I I years, with
t mended. Foster-Milburn: Co. )000(>00000oOO<>00<)00)0<<
"Most of
I I cases dyspepsia can be Props., the people womanly trouble. I had terrible .

i, ( cured if the diet is properly looked Buffalo, N Y. ((31)) And not to be governed by any church ( hezdaches, and pains in

I I after, and with the proper treatment. I steeple.We my back, etc. It seemed as II BUILDING

: Proper eating and the proper amount I TRAFFIC IS NOW NORMAL. I would die, I suffered so. At BUSINESS

} of food are the most important features can forget Party, Power and Pelf last I decided to try Cardul,

!? ;:; in the treatment. Most people NEW YORK, Sept. 4.-The freight And every good man will think for' the woman's tonic, and it PRESTIGEA
r : eat too fast and eat too much. I. I himself.
traffic on all railroads ('nteringXt'\\- helped me right away. The

i! "One of the most pernicious of all : York, interrupted by strike embargoes I For as the old crew grows bolder and full treatment not only helpedme

I practices in the treatment of dyspepsia I I were moving!: on normal schedules bolder, but it cured me."

: i is;:; the promiscuous;:; ;:; taking of so today. The railroad men say lit. I They will think all the rest of us checking account with the Bank of ,

i".iny of the so-called proprietary i I tI.e.congestion: was caused. The nroI shoulder to shoulder. TAKE Starke '
more an agent of convenience -
:. medicines which are blatantly advertised I vision dealers say the market will! Why: should we sit down in peace and

in the daily press;:;;:;, many of them slump in the next few days because content I in financial transactions it is a ,

1.eing nothing more than alcoholic speculators will dump a large quan-: While our Commonwealth's ruled by Cardul Ii reputation-builder t'

j beverages, and their use is not unat- ti'y on the market. the 2ft per cent?

tended with a great deal of danger. I I It signifies systematic management of ,

The treatment of constipation that i is FORGET YOUR ACHES. i i Scalawag, Carpetbagger, are names The Woman's Tonic business affairs, a sound banking ccn- )
so frequently an accompaniment of Stiff knees, aching limbs;:;, lame back obsolete

t (J Jvanepsia;:; ;:; by means of patent pills::, make. life a burden. If you suffer They are handed out now by Humbugs .. necticn and a good standing in the com 1.

i calomel, powders and purgatives is from rheumatism, gout, lum-bago, neu- j j that's beat. Cardul helps women in time munity.Our I

: positively harmful. I jralgia. !get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment ,, Why stick to these nicknames of days of greatest need, because U f

"I n"'!i convinced," continued Mr. the universal remedy for pain. |I that are past? contains ingredients which act Officers will be glad to discuss these

I 1. r-Opl'r, "that the stomach regulates j Easy to apply; it penetrates without j I If you once had a hobby, why hold it specifically, yet gently, on the features with you. k

r the condition: of the blood and is the I J rubbing and soothes the tender flesh. j so fast? weakened womanly organs.So .

f'-ur.tain head of health or disease.;:; l.:, j Cleaner and more effective than mus- l I If it were not for imported energy if you feel discouraged,

i tl) e case may !-t'. My medicine is ir.- I sy ointments or poultices. For strains I' and brains blue, out-of-sorts. unable to 4

i j f...-.J d ,'+:-: rily for the regulation ,I'! er sprains! sore muscles or wrenched You'd be riding on mules instead of in do your household work, on .1

I of the stomach and the correction :! ligaments! resulting from strenuous I'I trains. account of your condition, stop Bank of Starke
t I
catarrhal inflammation, but i it is r><> exercise, Sloan's Liniment gives quick There's many a good man goes downin worrying. give Cardui a'
trial. It has
ncommon thing for persons who have relief. Keep it on hand for emergen- the fight I helped thousandsof :

ised it to come to me and explain i il > cies. At your druggist, 25c. ((1)) Because he is backed by a gang that's women,-why not you ?

:<-s relieved them of rheumatism not right. Try Cardul. 2-11 I Starke, :-: Florida j jOOOOO

J"'anailments not generally rer 7ni- Special Sale on Ladles' high grade The gang picks on a man who has o

t'' td as having their origin in stoauu-'i: I I Hppers-U9 at Stump's. clean mind, j I j > <



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News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. I ankle.. The negro has not been captured I SPRINGS. PRESIDENT .WILSON SIGNED THE

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r- y 1 loml'-o\\ of Sydney J. Catts Brings

"1 Live State News I Jj FORT LAUDERDALE.-A barge Nest of Kittens Into the World. ADAMSONEIGHI-HOUR MEASURE

\6-L- load of eighty-fire fat hogs of the I l : .

-- razor-back variety, came into port
F'- AS RRUI (Special to the Florida Record.) -
I Told by Our Exchanges. here from Forked River hog ranch in I DeFUNIAK general chairmen who remainedhere
I Aug. 31.- Length of Peace is Dependenton as members of the last committee -
the upper 'glades. The hogs were the
1 __ advertising for a week or more
of hnmt '.four also have
of Huff who Tests The RailroadsAre gone
I property and Hague keep and buttonholing! nearly everyone on home. 'I

G NESVILLE.-A large number J Superintendent Parsons, of the Florida more than 2,000 head on their ranchall the streets the night of organization, Planning. '
Among those who
of the colored farmers of Alachua I division at Tampa, whose position the time and make shipments practically I i I the Cat!:, Club met at the courthouse departed from

county met in Gainesville last week j jand I j i is being taken by Mr. Teague, goes to every month in the year. They at DeFuniak Springs, he home town 'I I,I Washington early today was a delegation

formed a canning club. the Charlotte Harbor & Northern were purchased by Maize & Cooperand .: of Mr. Catts, with approximately ;3C EMPLOYES WILL STRIKE IF of the Order cf Railway Conductors i'r

Railway general went out of here rail to Jack-i'i from the northwest who came
as manager. by people present. The whole attendance LAW IS DECLARED INVALID
TAlIPA.-Lucille Sherrill, four- sonville. A large crowd collected on I consisted of here yesterday to proc to Mr. (;ar- I f
j mostly Baptists, Republicans retson
against a strike They arrived
of Joseph W. Sher I\ISSDDIEE-Work is progressingon the dock to watch the transfer from : 14
daughter two
year-old i Baptist preachers, young Brotherhood Leaders Will Probably about the time the senate in the :
of public instruction the new dipping vat which is being the barge to the car, very few of was
superintendent boys under 21 of and
rill, years age, men Mark Time Pending Initial Move by last stapes of the pa sage of the bill t
of Lee county, died here of trn-- built near the Atlantic Coast Line whom had ever seen real hazel splitting who are alleged to be slated to receive ;
The Carriers which will 'J! \l' them ten hours
matic pneumonia, due to the child I shipping pens north of the city. 1 razor backs.JACKSONVILLE.The. 'I fat jobs at the hands of Mr. Catts -No Ceremony Attended for eight hours work and pay II.

swallowing a coin several days ago. I vat is being built by B. F. Lester, of jf-hould I he be successful, as well as Signing of the Bill by the Mr. Garretson. He declined called onI ;
today to
, Montgomery, Ala., who is a large buyer Southesatern people from country precincts, and PCl'sidl'nt-Four Pens Used. I :
discuss the conversation which follr.v-
WINTER HAVEN".-C. V. Ethredgeand of cattle in Osceola county, and E. Film Corporation, capitalized at I from beyond the limits of Walton !i, ed. .W'

D. B. Vickers have rented the I). Malloy, a prominent cattle raiserof $300,000: was formed in Jacksonville county. WASHINGTON, Sept. 3.-The Adamson ,_ ,

Third street and this county. The vat will be used Friday afternoon. The stockholdersare John C. McSween, who for i I
Truesdell building on a number 8-hour-day bill, exacted from.! DISPOSAL I OF DEAD .\ DI.\I.S. ;
will start a furniture factory. At the for the dipping of cattle about to be prominent business men from various of years has been a political corpse congress last week by the railroad 1.af

will make a specialty of ta- shipped and will prove to be a great sections of the state. The cor- was "ring-tail") leader of the meeting -
start they brotherhoods the of j
I as price calling Often when animals die on the farm 1 1L tI
convenience both to the owners and poration will be affiliated with another and other j
Their specially made machinesare ; among things he stated
bles. off the nationwide strike ordered for i no disposal is made or their carcases I!
and will soon be placed to others who will be allowed to use organization known as the Garrick I "that since the Civil War the Stateof
Monday, was signed by President Wil- other than
to drag them into fieldor I
the vat at stated fee. Studios and will have its a
a Company, Florida had been
They will sell their run by the rail-
ready to run.
and son today in his private car at the nearby woods, where they are l't'ton
through the medium of trav- headquarters in this city. The cor- roads and courts, and that the time
products union station where he his
stopped on the surface of the ground to decom-
OCALA. This is to poration and its allied interests will had come when should !
salesmen. city going soon we put a
eling from Shadow Lawn N. J. to
way pose t obe eaten by buzzards, dogs,
have the tallest chimney between be three-fold in its purpose: to oper- to it." R. W. Storrs,. who was defeated t
That there be
Hodgenville, Ky.
may lows and other scavengers, or animals -
Jacksonville and Tampa, so far as our ate studios; own and operate moving for State Senator by approxi-
far- the of the
GAINESVILLE a no question as to: legality which feed on carrion.
knowledge extends. The chimney for picture theatres; and to distribute the mately 2 to 1 in the recent primary,
mer of LaCrosse, who was in the city measure as a result of it having been | This practice cannot )bf too severely
our combined electric light plant and films. The moving picture industry i h, was selected as secretary of the meet- 1
to the Sun that he the will :
Monday reported signed on Sunday, president condemned, because it contributes
water works is to be one hundred feet getting to be one of the most impor- ing. : 1
has just gathered seventy-three bushels affix his signature again upon his return seriously the dissemination of JiIe <- 6
high, and is now nearing completion.The tant in Florida and new producing or Resolutions had been drawn up and
of land !
of corn one acre Washington next Tuesday. ( perms and the perpetuation of
work on it is proceeding rapidly, promoting concerns are being organized were in hand, but the meeting finally I '
500 bun-
from which he had gathered I How long peace shall reign as a result infectious diseases.
and to those who have never seen how every week.ARCADIA.Mr. adjourned without either passing or I
This is the best the is #
dles of fodder. yieldof of bill apparently dependent The carcasses of animals which have

corn thus far reported to the Sun, I I these chimneys are constructed the adopting any resolutions, and from upon developments in the proposed succumbed to infectious diseases like

and we wonder who will beat it. sight will prove interesting. The chim- S. J. Letson, who the best that can be obtained, practically -I!I move to test the constitutionality anthrax, hog cholera, blackleg, tuberculosis -

i ney is being built of fine fire brick. It was lost from camp last Tuesday from nothing was done, except the I 1 I of the act. Should the railroads take etc(, are charged with myriads -

is higher than the famous tower of the Pierce camp, in the cabbage woods generating of a little gas. ''I action but await the beginning of of
PALM BEACH-A realty deal ift virulent disease germs, and
I Babel. the of the Mr. McSween, who is chairman of
was found in heart saw
which has been held in abeyance for i! an investigation of the workings of just as long as they remain where zi
grass at a 'gator hole, where he was the Democratic Executive Committee, I
the 8-hour the special commis-
some time was consummated when day by I scavengers can reach them and portions
trying to get water. A cow hunter, stated that the committee did not '
CRAWFORDVILLE.-Tuesday be- the
for which
tion when the City Builders' Realty sion measure provides, of them can le carried away
Company, of Indianapolis, Ind., pur- tween 11 and 1 o'clock, an airship who had been observing his actions care to meet and endorse Mr. Catts, } the brotherhoods will remain inactive. :'! promiscuously, they are a dangerous

chased from William S. Bogart and painted red, passed over this place. thought them peculiar, and, knowing because it would not pay them to do I The employes, leaders declare, however .': menace over a large territory to all

wife, the Stillman property, Palm Mrs. P. Edwards( and Miss Sarah that a man was lost, took his boys so. He also stated that some of them that should the law be held unconstitutional animals which are liable to be attacked -

Beach, situated immediately south of Walker got a plain view of it. The over and investigated. They found "were for Mr. Knott, and some for I i I and the railroads attempt by disease germs. Even carcasses t,
him by little pool of water in a one thing and some for another." In I I
Poinciana Park. The consideration two ladies said that it looked to them a to restore the 10-hour day on of animals which have died from other

mentioned is $79,000. like they had lost their course, and state of delirium. When the men told other words, judging from his talk, he their lines a strike will follow prompt- I causes than infectious diseases, unless

that they turned and went in a differ- him he was lost he promptly denied thought it advisable not to try to get'' ly. i iI 'I!; they are disposed of in a proper way,
direction. We have heard the fact. He was taken to a cabin the committee together, because hey I I
ent no ac- i Brotherhood heads in circular let-
MIAMI. The Florida Fiber Com- I a are a source of danger., Left on the
count where a ship was coming this occupied by the cow hunters. From was afraid they would not endorseMr. members made
ter to their today, no ; surface of the ground their odor soon
pany is putting in 500 acres of Sisal I(I way and we are unable to account for the time he wandered off to the time Catts. The writer was present'at comment on the measure as passed.t l I invites scavengers to congregate and yt
Palm Dade
hemp at Silver county. it, unless it belongs to the Allies and he was found was exactly fifty hours. the meeting as an onlooker, and out that it would
They merely pointed to bring with them the infectious material -
It is said this has options on
of company land in that sectionand I I was trying to sight the German sub- I He was lost Monday at noon and was this report of the meeting is just as not become effective until next Jan- with which they may have become -
10,000 acres
!, marine reported headed towards Pen- found Thursday at 4 o'clock. The it was and can be backed up. might
will increase its hemp uary 1, and that many things contaminated by eating carrion i
acreage sacola. next morning they prevailed on him Among those present were: Republicans ,''I occur between now and thei ,, elsewhere.
materially. When the crop is ready to drink sweet milk. This 2 Baptist preachers 2 boys ,
I some gave ; ;
would materially i Dead
for harvest the will, it is i I change any suggestions animals on the farm should
company him strength, and the next day he not 21, 2 non-residents, 1 job hun- !'
) ; ; comment they might make. | be buried
said factory for the lO TICELLO.-Joel. Walker, | or deep enough to prevent them
put a manu-
up I'
all ters, 2 people, 4. I i
facture of rope, twine and other hemp local manager for the Standard Oil was right.SINKING ; country None of the brotherhood leaders from being dug up again; or they
There have been Re-
Company, who had been missing since I I might more ; witnessed the signing of the bill.They should be burned. To burn large carcasses ;
products. OF THE "BILLOW"Boat publicans, but the writer is sure that
Tuesday night, was found dead Friday I i had expected, according to tentative like those of dead horses and
morning by his little boy in the company's .I two of those present are and have arrangements made by Secretary W'J cattle is difficult and laborious and require -

JACKSONVILLE.-Florida exports large gasoline tank near the Will Be Raised by the Merrill- long been of the Republican party. I J son last night, to be present, but the : a large quantity fuel. In

during the month of July, accordingto A. C. L. and S. A. L depots. Just how I Stevens Company.On Some of the thirty-six were idle spectators president decided to attend to the bus- most instances it is more economical
figures just made public by the col- there out of
'his death occurred is a m'stery-the pure curiosity. ( iness at the railroad station, and news- 1 to bury them. All animals which have
lector bf customs, were valued at $3-
theory of accident, suicide and fouli : Friday, the twenty-fifth (why paper correspondents gave them their died of infectious diseases and ae t
182,301, a gain of nearly a million dol- SIMPLE: REMEDY) FOR CHUNG
i play! have all been advanced, but there ''not the thirteenth? ) the little steamer first information about it. The four i, buried should he covered with a heavy s
lars over the month previous and one RINGWORM.Ring .
seems to be no settled opinion on the '' "Billow," left Jacksonville at 2HO, i pens used by the president in signing; layer of lime before the graves are
one-half millions ,
and the
over corresponding -
subject. So far as could be learnedMr. on its regular trip buck to Middle- I the bill-one for each syllable of hip closed.Everywhere:

month of 1915. July imports Walker's accounts were all in good burp. The river looked calm, and the worm sometimes gives trouble rame-will he presented to the four : farmers should not only

showed a slight decline, as comparedwith shape. He had been in the employ of sprinkling rain which set in boded no I in Florida as in other states. It brotherhood heads, A. B. Garret., attend to the proper ai'd safe disposal)

the month previous, amountingto the oil company some two years and! evil. The black cloud of destiny visible ; is easily cured, however by a simple I\V.j I G. Le, W. S. Carter and W. S. j lof the bodies of their own animals j

$781,208, nearly double the amount' was well} thought of.ST. on the horizon was barely noticed ; remedy, iodine and glacial acetic acid. .'one, after being used for resignninp i which unfortunately die, but they

during! July of 1915. I j by the (crew nor by the unusually i C. Willouphby., professor of animal i the bill Tuesday.No 11 should insist on the proper disposal 1

AL'GUSTINE.-Assessment on small number of passengers, consisting husbandry in the University of Florid Ceremony at Signing of the bodies' of all animals which die! ,
TAMPA.-The project for further improvement with I College Agriculture! calls attrition No attended the signing r
50 cent of the full valuation on of :a young Middleburpians ceremony 'anywhere in the regions in which 1
at this point, involving the .2.000.000 worth of personal propprtv beards of ten days' growth raised ona to the following from the Min- today. It originally had been plannedi their farms are 10f'ated.-Wf't'kl

expenditure! of one million four hu- rf the late Henry :M. Flapleras or- campirg trip; two maidens returning nr_.ota station. i that the president should po to th" News Letter, U. S. Depart mert tf +t, c

dred and twenty-five thousand dollars d''red by the State Tax Commission from an eight weeks' trip to New I "Line worm appears most: common- Wbi'.e House, but this was changedand I Agriculture. *

within four years, was approved by and the board of county commissioners York, bearing with them, besides extensive ly ii : -,:tll' as a round slightly raised: instead Rudolph Forster, assistant -

the War Department in a report submitted of St. Johns county at St. Aupus- knowledge gathered at Columbia 'bald patch, and i is found particularlyon i secretary to the president, took W. S. )[()OIlE'S PLAN FOR P
to the House recently. An ini- the necks or heads of calves or the CURING PEAVINE '
ti*>e. It is probable, however, that instead University summer session, a i| the bill to the train. Near car OF HAY
tial appropriation of three hundred I yca.iTS.. Older cattle, other animals trainmen in their
of taxing the estate for sixteen well-filled trunk and two suit cases, | window a group -- I
thousand dollars was recommended.The I Iar' men are subject to the trouble.It in their work long I
million dollars in personal property, containing the results of various shopping I overalls paused Editor Gainesville Sun: Haying :
improvements provide for a depthof It Posed by minut" vegetable para- write times will be here. To
assessment will be levied at only fiv 1 tours to Fifth avenue; one enough to watch the president I soon cure pea-
twenty-seven feet as mean low wa- millions. In such event the State weighty citizen of the brickyard district site.-i which prow under the skin. his name. An engineer, passing on : vine hay is a trick. Various racks :

ter, and a width of five hundred feet an institute ; the father of a numerous fam- I "h'ng' worm can be cured by giving yard engine, celebrated the occasion are used. :My plan 13 the best I knowof. i
Tax Commission will at once
on the bar, and three hundred feet ily at Sunnyside, and two colored ; the spots a good scrubbing with with several prolonged blasts of his It is this: Dig three holes Wanting )
width in Tampa Bay. mandamus proceedings to force a levy soft soap and water each day, followed whistle.It to the center about: a foot and one- ,I
Ion full 50 cent of the total. 'omen. half to make bace of
{ a per I I deep, so as a :
I Soon these rain drops thickened, by an application of equal parts developed today that the brotherhoods about six feet triangle. In each hole

TAMPA.-Superintendent Oscar R. causing the passengers to huddle to- of iodine and glacial acetic acid. The before being summoned to the put the larger end of a fence rail. y
JACKSONVILLE. promisesto I
Teague, of the Alabama division of gether in the two square feet of dry I treatment may be repeated until de- I' capital by President Wilson three Have the 'rails Cross so as to make

the Seaboard Air Line Railway with be one of the most important celebrations I cabin space left. Terrific flashes of Fired results are obtained." weeks ago had agreed to call a strike about three feet of each rail extend !

headquarters at 'Savannah for some of live stock raisers held in lightning made the timid ones shud- I cfessor Willoughby suggests that I effective August 20. The orders they up and out, making arms of the rick. :

time, has been ordered to Tampa to the state in years is to take place in der. One blinding flash which was tli'3 iodine alone is not penetrating drafted were used when the strike fin- At the meeting point of the rails bind I

assume the superintendency of the this city October 19th and 20th, when thought to have struck the boat, seemed enough and that the glacial acetic ally was set for Labor Day. AfterCaving them'together with strong wire; large i
the Southeastern Stock Raisers meet- telegraph wire is 0. K., or two
Florida be omitted. Farmers who
division of the same railway. ( to be the breaking up of the storm, acid not been printed in preparation lor

Master Mechanic C. S. Patton, at ing and celebration and the Florida but, alas, the worse was yet to come! hive show animals should not permit the proposed strike on August 20. wlil three do.hay-bale Put the wires peavines twisted as together soon as

Savannah, will be promoted to super- Livestock Association is are to convene.from The wind gathered strength, shifted, ringworm or any other skin diseases they were locked in a vault in New cut, if you wish, 'on this rack, which t

intendent of the Alabama division. 'A large attendance expected and with one sudden gust, turned the ihat will detract from their appear- York. Decision a week ago last Sat- will hold more than a large hay cock. t

CALOMEL Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina "Billow" over on its side. The cabin r ce, to remain. urday to order a strike the next day, The vines can be cured some if desired .

SALIVATESAND I and all parts of Florida. A pure bred filled with water immediately and the when the majority of the committee as they will fork better and be

MAKES YOU SICK stock sale is to be one of the features passengers and baggage were immersed WEEDS DAMAGE SWEET POTA- of (540 were leaving for their homes lighter. Fill the rack full so as to

I of the celebration. Among the promi- in the turbulent flood. TOES. was followed by a hasty trip to New make it quite sloping from the top.
nent men who will be invited to attend the This forms a water shed. On top of I
Acts Like i all of the York by two representatives
Dynamite Fortunately
on a Slug- passengerstook
the of the states this put pine straw or soft hay, enoughto
are governors ;
Weeds and will cut the sweet The strike date, Sep-
I the soaking calmly. There I grass brotherhoods.
gish Liver and You Losea mentioned, several congressmen and very cover the top. B* sure to cover the
if allowed to filled with rubber
stock authorities. Reduced were no signs of panic or confusion. potato yield they are mber 4, was a arms will, or the water will run down 1. ,
Day's Work. prominent When it was found that the "Billow"had I I grow. With the prevailing rains the stamp, but the original date of the these and rot the hay. f
mile 35
rates of three cents plus
per sunk in shallow water, some of fields are becoming foul with foreign call, August 14, was not changed. This rack is easy and convenient to
for the round trip have been
cents assured
There's no reason why a them sought the high and dry spotsof growth, and C. McQuarrie, state Leaders are Congratulated make and can be easily removed to

should take sickening, salivating person calomel by all the railroads enteringthe the boat, while others swam to the agent for the University of Florida Hundreds of telegrams came to .' other ''hay fields. It should last for

city. Division recommends thatit leaders their hotel to- years. It will hold all you can put on
when 50 cents buys a large bottle distant shore, aided by life preserversand Extension brotherhood at
of Dodson's Liver Tone-a perfect a canoe. t he removed. It is probable that cul- day. Most of them were congratulatory. it; will not kick up at the feet; will ,
not blow down. I freshly cut beg-
substitute for calomel. T.UIPA.Revenge is generally Kind people took pity on the shipwrecked tivation will not be practicable be- One or two were from locals garweed this cure also. The rails
It way
which is.a pleasant, vegetable liquid 1 believed to have been the motive for ones and received them cause it will disturb the root systems.In who had received no notice that the must be sound and strong to bear the

l 13? as calcmel will start your liver just as sure one of the boldest daylight robberies warmly, with true Southern hospitality. the heavy wining varieties the only strike was off, so tomorrow morningin pressure. W. S. MOORE

sick and can ,not but salivate.it doesn't make you 1 here in some time, perpetrated upon By this tmie the rain had ceased means of removing weeds is with the some far, far away sections of the Hawthorne, Fla.

Children: and the home of Judge Lee J. Gibson, of and a beautiful rainbow spannedthe hoe. Rut a cultivator in careful hands country there may be temporary dif

take Dodson's Liver grown Tone up, because folks can it\, the Criminal Court of Record, Wednesday heavens. may be used in fields planted to tr ficulties. Efforts were being mad John P. Coffin, of Johnstown, who f

M perfectly harmless. afternoon at 2 o'clock. The robbery i Alas, for the silent tears for water lighter vining varieties.In 1to communicate with all of these has promised to furnish the sinews of j ,

Calomel is a dangerous drug. It is, was committed by a negro, who,', soaked cameras, never to be regained each case the grower will h" points.A war for the prohibition party, was i., ''

mercury and attacks'your bones. Takea > it is supposed, was sentenced by, photographs, silks and satins, souve- to be the judge as to how the weed circular letter, drafted by W. G Starke Monday Mr. Coffin says his .t.

dose! of nasty calomel today and YOWill \]i Judge Gibson. Three bureaus wererifled 1 nirs of a camping trip, tenderly packed should be removed, but they should Lee and giving the complete detailof late notoriety has placed Johnstown on r

feel weak, sick, and nauseated to-. a silver purse, an heirloom, a souvenirs of a summer vacation be taknn out if they are numerou! negotiations since last August 1 the map and has also furnished a good :

Take morrow. Don't lose a day's work. valuable gold watch and a revolver : and other worldly wealth. enorgh to injure the crop. and a copy of the Adamson bill, wagb"in'r advertisement for Bradford county.

Ton a spoonful of Dodson's Live were stolen. Mrs. R. S. Gibson, sister-, t The Merrill-Stevens Company, of mailed to all members of the

reeling instead great.and No you more will biliousness wake ui' inlan.cf .Mrs.: Lee .1;. Gibson, was', Jacksonville, began the work Wednesday AT LAWTEY TONIGHT.The brotherhood tonight. After completing The. Summer Strong Better Withstand Than theWaskOldpeoplewhoarefeebleandyounger the Heat of -

constipation, sluggishness, headache' standing in the doorway with her baby of raising the "Billow," which is this work, Mr. Lee left for hip I

coated tongue or sour stomach. Youi r' when the black rushed from the house, the property of the Jacksonville-Mid-! Lawtey Woman's Club will hav Vme in Cleveland. The other three people who are weak,will be strenetbtned

druggist says if you don't find Dod. The negro: aimed a blow at her with a' I dlebursr Steamship Company.-Green a carri'-al on Mrs. M. E. Edward Brotherhood heads will leave here tomorrow and enabled to go through the depreii-

sons Liver Tone acts better than hor revolver, which she narrowly escaped,: I i Cove Times. lawn Friday evening, September *th or Tuesday. Railroad execu- ing Grove's heat Tasteless of summer Chill bv Tonic.taking It regularly purifies

for nble calomel your money is waiting j When she heard screams, Jude Giv- A royal good time is promised. Everybody tives called here by the president left and enriches the blood and builds so

I you. (12-4 Jt ]| son's wife appeared and chased the M! j Read the Telegraph -$1.50 a yeat invited. No admission fee. yesterday.. Virtually all of the thir- the whole system. SOc. ,

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which made our lives valuable to BRITISH .MAKE ADVANCE.: : C\f.

t .:.:, Bradford County Telegraph'r' others as well as ourselves, had to be RECORD} SALE OF : TURING GERMAN SECOND: ( LIX$

.-.- neglected. Yet the man was not to

t. Published Weekly, and entered as second blame. In the scheme of destiny we i Who Owns Mexico (Continued From Page ,. '

'! ;\ class matter at the post-office at ch have a mission to fulfill and the REVENUESTAMPSInternal : -

.. i remaining German .second line d<-feta
Starke Florida. money grubber can i.o more help getting -
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t : the front from
sex on MououtFarm;
: than the
l money spendthrift
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I = iI to a junction with the Fren,,
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I E. S. )IA TTIIEWS, Editor and Owner help spending it. The spendthrift-I I Revenue DepartmentSold H4
I gets more out of life and is more }beloved I The plain citizen has no determining lien, no war talk. There would be no Russians report the capture of !sew

I H. E. LGERGREssociatl' Editor than the hoarder, and the latter i voice on the is,ae of war or peace. '! occasion for the clouds! that darken so $12,000 Worth of Cigar | eral 'more Carpathian R."ur.taia;

H -- i For more than fifty American homes today. Investment heights and also fierce
-- should be pitied. Neither one should I ; years money many Stamps Wednesday. | say fighting u

I '. Avery G. Powell, formerly of the I I be held up for emulation. The best i has been powerful enough to force ?, in these plutocratic times, are" progressing in the Caucasu*.

Macclenny: Standard, has leased the II course to steer on life's sea is midway star upon any country at any time. vastly more important than citizens. i Berlin reports the allies :.-,. at.

.f Bradford County Times and will take between the two. The students of world politics will! and it i is no tto protect citizens, but TAMPA, S->pt. 6.-The lid was torn tacking an eighteen mil-! frc .' .in the

'j I full charge i is editor and publisher on find that practically all] modern wars to j'rctect investments that our boys off! the record cabinet in the internaln Somme region The> con .Je the

September 4th. I CANE GROWING AND( SUGAR. have been dictated by great financial in Khaki have been forced into action. \' department'! today and from loss of Chilly to the Frnch..

I I + -- |! interests. Tha tin the truth of it. 'I l e minute the office was opened O. I ---- -- .

I '. A Miami concern will manufacture R. E. Rose, state chemist, has writ, As long as capital finds its best These American investors in Mexico I.. knight, deputy collector in charge ADJOl RNMENT OF COMIESS: ; I

;. : from sawgrass and palmettos, beside ten a highly interesting pamphlet on '! field for profit in its own country, the millionaires-ae using every uri oi the stamp department and Tucker EXPKITEII: : SHORTLY]

: i i I I -tru'iwiit! theyan control-their .-'.;wage, tkputy collector! in charge of -- T
of that is reasonably se-
other things, "guncotton, dynamite cane growing and sugar making. Mr.Hoie ; peace country I J'ro--
I' their their ma'/a- tie local o.lke, had their hand full (Continued Page <
: i celluite (a new high explosive) and : is a practical sugar producer cure. But whenever the financial in- money newspapers .

!j cellulose solutions." Hitherto nothing and knows whereof he speaks. Whib: : tUl'ts have acquired such a control 4'ne; *. their poli'ici': influence a'!' the I d'peninjr: !stamps" which reached a

t more deadly than explosive language he tvtols Florida cane producingI \>*, the national resources of their own d:>i-k aid d vio.iways-to bring: ,I ." and total by noon of ?13,340.t.of: =:: : The sate to take it *ip *day ,[ ?.$ Wort j
as a ,
!: I has been called forth from contact country and dwells the caq- and i country and such mastery over the in about intervention. Intervention!i I'which ?!:2.72)7: i was for cigar stamp necessarily forecast de'.iy'! in ..ijournJ
I upon !
I with these plants. [ cheapness with which cane can be 1 <:i trial and commercial affairs of mean;: war. War means blood and a b"ttor: record IJ1101) than any nient of congreas *ne ><>' .it, hail 1

J their own people that they can exact killing and )bereaved, families and unmentionable ''o'her d">y n the history of the Waioffice. ; nothing else Lefnv .t, i"it aJi.'instrsJlion :
i I
here he wasteful
prdouced deplores our I
i" 1 profits at will, such interests seek ne,\' horrors. And all for !! Stamps for jut .J;?-I:1,1f1n: cij !loader said thr; n:, then opnion,
The girls have formed habit of of working the cane juice into -
a way ', :elds for their surplus capital. what? Profits! Privilege profits! i tars were !sold' before noon. while S-'I::-:O it could! not reach a vote. Rep: ,',!lica>t
the windows of the the little two-
using plate glass sugar or syrup, as
( : Privilege exploits us folks here il1';' went for beer stamps and $2.;>1.3: for leaders in. i>tej 'hat the Y wo '.i:: never
Herald office as a mirror, all of which roller mill generally emplyoed does This excess capital which has been (
own United States. And Privilege documentary stamps.In let it reach one.
makes it difficult to keep the cubs in never express more than 50 per cent ground out of an exploited country and our I
makes !so" much money out of us thatit speaking of this increase, which It was planned In adept .ncnr. '
t the office at work. Every time a girl ] of the juice and often much less, and its people-if retained at home-- .
;;, creates; a huge surplus. Privilege far outshadows any previous day's record rent resolution! t xin walks up "to the window, pulls down the open kettle and the skimmer causethe would reduce interests; and farmers,
rever satiated, wants this surplus to in the history of the office here, 1 journm ?nt a> soon a- the rtu: c con
one corner of her hat and twists her l waste of 40 per cent of the juice. merchants and other small business
be at work bringing in still more prof-Mr. Savage and Mr. Knight both attribute ferry. indicate ivhtn! hey ran: reachan
face around to see if her eyebrows He says that this process is as crude enterpriser could borrow upon reasonable (i .
j it?. Weak, and undeveloped (and unexploited the record to the fact that the agreement.: Such a r. >?!Iution
I are on straight. a cub pies something. a* that used in Mexico and other be- rates. ,
I I ) countries offer the biggest; cigar industry is increasing by kaps 'would check any attempted i,i muster
t ( j -Ft. Lauderdale Herald. | nighted countries. But the masters of finance consid, r I
returns. So Privilege buys a foreign j end bound*. A fine increase was on th? corrupt practice and w 'IJ end
I )Ir. Rose says that a modern sugar little else besides their own profits. I
I' "concession." Cheap! The !system" !shown" in the stamp sales for last week debate.

i The young men of DeLand who i factory, having machinery and appli- j The people of the United States dj looks to that bargain! nut to main and it was thought at firs the cigar j i

: think they are poor because, they have ances for making finished granulated : not want war with Mexico. The MeI \- tain the great profits, it i is ordinarily manufacturers were workingtn the HIGH(; SCHOOL TO OPEN

a'' no bank account, little understand the sugar, ready for the market, can be lean people do nut want war with uc.I arm" i I
I necessary to resort to "strong i, l-'mit to get their shipments off before (1NEXT MONDAY
i I. value of God's free gift of health and erected for $ IJOOOO, not such a large I And both President Wilson and Car- methods. Sometimes people (like the the threatened railroad strike set

strength; little appreciate the fact that sum these days. Such a factory j ranza have manifestly done everything workers in the mining districts of Col in, but now that the increase has come (Continued! Fiom Page 1. t

t I the brightest and best of he country would extract twice as much juice i in their power to avert war. orado, Michigan and West Virginia) again with nothing in view to hamper ,j

are self-made, and come to the notice from the cane as a private sugar ma- What is it then, that menaces t'!"
I resist oppression!" and exploitation. production or shipments, the recordcan do not care to take a part .n these

I of the world from just such beginning. ker can get Moreover, the factory pence of these neighboring, countries? chine guns become the order of the be attributed to nothing more thana activities, tenr.U courts \\'iIll built.

j ; Go carefully to work, perfecting yourself could produce the finished white gran- I It dates far back of the Columbus tar. And, after all, our present Mexican general increase in business. Under the direction of Mr?. Hughes
; work and become ulated sugar, ready for the market, I
in chosen
; your raid That outrage upon the residents situation is only a "Ludlow" on The fact that Monday was, a holiday of the music dpjrtment, the follow. _

11'' .! so useful to those about you that your at a smaller price than the privateman of one of our border towns was the a bigger scale. Privilege is today try- with the office closed all day could ing short program in addition to short -

l II services will always be in demand, can produce saw sugar.
logical outcome of conditions of which ing to shape public !sentiment" so that I have little to do with the big jump talks by some tf the citizen*, will) be :
On the list of counties of Florida '
j ( hether it be in the shop the plat
t on Bradford stands sixth in the Mexican people were in nowise re "our boys" shall be made to march I for Monday's[ stamp sales!' are usually given Monday, hel,:inning at & o'clock.
; : I form, behind the counter, in the banker pro- sponsible. Worse: than that! The down into Mexico and offer up their' light and frequently less than $1,000. ; Piano solo, "Salute a Pe,.kM-ByCanova.
duction. We from 15 to
kitchen for all honorable alike. can produce I
; ,t are Mexican people were really innocent of the '
lives-for the purpose placing men in charge of the local office look .
I 35 tons of to the with aneasy
cane acre
-DeLand Record. .
f : of 20 tons. A ton of victims of traitors in our mid*t. I or I ruarantee of the United States gogrr"nl | forward to a record breaking figurewhen Piano duet, "Ovir Hill and Dale"Cleo -

I average cane will, with improved apparatus, "nt behind gold i the total* are made up Saturday. Mitchell and Florence Matthews.Cornet : J
'j From a communcation to the Green that the raid was inspired and arranged and make the' .
I I I of ether concessions to andioin! duet-:.Ir. Blanchard -
produce ISO pounds granulated I
Cove Times, we understand that certain -
in this countryDo profits of Privilege secure. |; Law end Miss!i Doris 1
I which at the low price of five NEW FACTORY TO REGIS Law.
I men r.round Middleburg are disgruntled I sugar, you get the full meaning if thrt Who Mexico? Really owns ;
owns Reading-alias Dlanche
cents pound amounts to $9!
because the East Starke per per
statement ? Benedict Arnold was not it ? Let us glance at a few figures I; _
) : District did not lead its I I ton of cane, or $180 and upward .J
Drainage canals -
1 'the acre. )Ir. Rose suggests of cen- more guilty of treason. Dollars, they are-mlilions and mil-I' (Continued From Page 1.) I'. I D C. MEETING WITH MRS. R. ,
and ditches to Kingsley lake and
j I The secret service of this .
{ government lion of them. And they tell the I \. WEEKS
trally located factories within easy "
swell the volume of the Xorth
\ thereby has;;; a long arm and a strong of ,
What follows shows the wealth
he result of he idea, which ho I lejran
reach of the farmers, where they can
Prong of Black creek, so that logs
arm. The net yet be drawn on of
may Mexico to nationality
to at that time. ,
' !' might be floated to market on its wa : sell their cane for more than they develop The United! Daughters of the Confederacy _
the } is fair
"hiaher It ;
to assume;;
up. o-v'M rshin. It i* taken from the Unit-// Associated
with )Ir Smith, a* ore
would get for the made by held their
; Ii ters. But alas for the rafters, water: syrup that President Wi-on! did not discloeall September meeting .
t'dtates: consular report Xo. li';iR i-i
of the large stockholders, will be L.
I 1' them eh't's from the cane. : lat !
; 'oes not hill. If it could have Wednesday afternoon, from '
; run up the facts;;; in his possession;;; when he Consul Marion !
sued .J-'ly 18, 1012! by '
]Whitfield president of the Alah-r
| Capitalists seeking profitable investmel"t four to six the
; r bten led to the lake, after it had dclared few after : at residence of Mrs.R. .
spread that it I I should look over the? situation officially a days I.ptcber of Chihuahua. This table was | Georgia; Syrup Company which, however A. Weeks.
over great expanse,
'I' the raid that- r :pared by William] ]f. Seamon, late is not connected with the
in Bradford county, and then ( new The Mrs. L.
; might have raised the level of Black : "There along the bor- president. A. Davis, or-
t j were persons ff Chihuahua, who, according to the
The other stockholders
would doubt find it favorable for company ,
no cupied the chair and after attending '
creek inch not enough ,
perhaps one ,
\.. ; der actively engaged in creating friction has
!statement" of this consular report, i whose have
not been made
,, to improve rafting facilities. I the establishment of one or more, sug- between the of theCrited names vet to the usual routine of business the

I ar factories. In the meantime w( governments had long experience in Mexico as a I public, are said to be prominent in- hostess served her guests with .
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|: hope that the experts of the Statei |. States and the de facto government mining engineer: i vestors of the East and Virginia. It frehingfruit
A Bradentown man is said to have of Mexico for the of punch and wafers.
M .. !: invented that i i Farm will try out the best way for\ purpose Amount of is probable that their names and thoseof
a plow successfully) re- I bringing about intervention in th> interest I
II smallcale I Nationality Investment the directors will be made known
making sugar and syrup on a
Perhaps it will
moxes palmettos.
:I where the palmettos are so scattered I $ for the help of our farmers. ropert'ies.of certain" owners of Mexican American ___________ __?1,0-57,770,000::; before the first meeting to be held u Politico! Annouiicemeiils

[ English uunou_ 321, 0 ,800 few weeks hence

; that the plow can take a breathing I TELEGRAPH'S HONOR ROLL j There you have i it! The gentlemenwho ; French n_ __ ._u___ 143.44fi.000 j Pride to the State"I
spell after has been removed and
r one want war with Mexico are tl-)" Mexican ___ .__ __ __ ___ 793.187,242;! : think that Jacksonville justly For Mtithal and Collector
until the next one is reached. But '' may I' b nby t'Jr candidate
gentlemen who "have Mexican annOLncmY as a
prop- Other Nations __ 118.5.ir: ,3SO
u.no he proud of the acquisition of the for Marshal and Collector: for Starke. I la
where the palmettos are close as Names Thoe "
as of Who Paid Sub
-crip-t-rtie;;. .
They are a very powerful Hold fast to these figures. 11'hatrger now Ecrvinx my third term as marshal Ihar
sardines in a box, and grow in lay ion (During Augu...t. lot. They own most of the United I Florida Fruit Preserving Company, inK previously served as nijrht marshal\ mi .
may be urged upon you in these .;, said )Ir. Smith in discussing the cor- have endeavored to fll my di'tU both u
,. ers, even a railway snow plow pushed I: States and a good big slice of Mex- trying times by way of justifying in chief of police and as tax coll.ctor: : to thbest
\ t by two locomotives would become poration.Ve expect to push the of my abilit). I thank the Stat! voter
' Dr. J. P. Tomlinson : ico. They are our captains of indus- tervention, keep in mind this big outstanding business over a broad territory. We for their choice of me in the post and hope

' stalled. Unless dynamite is used a )1 rs. M. L. Sa'ssee i try; our masters of finance. They own fact: (that my j.rtatnt tll II, has ghtn so mack
negro. with a mattock is the only j plan to feature guava, orange, grap"fiait
- Richard Albert or control our great newspapers. They American financeers!' have more money r.d marmalades and fart' at the vnau ig town election.Respectfully : .
'I r-c:>n" for removing such growth. R. L .:\IottJ. are for a "strong Mexican policy," a invested in Mexico than the Mexicans ;:: kumquat SIMS KITE.I ,
i The formulas be
I : orange jellies. to
Moral in Bradford
\Jr : Buy your land II. i "strong foreign policy," big ( hereby for
Kelley i a army. themselves 1 have-fp64o82,7.58 announce myself a
those }
clad discovered Mr.
j county, where there are no palmettos. | are by the( office of Marshal and Collector for tit'Town '
{ Diller Lang a big navy. American inve=tTents are biggestof : I Farnsworth, who came to this state of Starke .ind n-spwtfully a.-.k the sop '

)lrs. T. H. Willis i They prate about patriotism. They all in that unhappy, syseni rid'!er ,, port of the votrrs at the coming election j
i\!\ Again President Wilson, through I acme twenty years ago and tec?" September< 12th. If elected: I promise jo! ,
B. clamor for
I W. Hodges preparedness. They have coutir-. I i faithful -ice. i
; his statesmanship and has perimenting with this kind of product. sen Rvftpectfully.
energy, John : tried the N. J. MOOBE I
ShriverW. I to plunge country into a This; American money i is found in )
"After shaH
averted a calamity at least I we begin operations, I
0. Tison hysteria of fear that we are going: to i'!ror.d bonds mints I
stocks and
f 1:; national -
devote entire time l FOR
I rrrily.! and this: time one which would I ;| my to this busi- MARSHAL AND COLLECTOR
. )I. P. Stokes be thrown into war with Germany or bonds, ranches, smelters, timber i 1 hereby announce myself a candidate faj f
there is
have been the greatest since the Civil ress. Ultimately no reason ;Marshal and Collector of the Town of Starfce.
Mrs. J. E. WilsonU. I England or Japan. They have con lands factories oil rubber insur- El t
War. The country again breathes .why we cannot introduce these preserved I hate tarn a iro rertl owner and taipver: .
r D. Miner press "on the run." ance and other enterprises.Let '' of Starke for tars.. and hope that I an M I
t. easy, but the threat of the railway fruits of Florida to the entire favorably known that the voters will believe r
, N. D. Wainwright, Jr. These privileged interests are no us glance at a few more figures when I dutirt
strike opened the of the I world. The United States annually me pro-n'se to discharge: mj t
eyes public N. T. Ritch j taxing the people of the United States from the same authority: 'I, to the best of my ability i if elected: I tvapeet-
and showed us that we in an economical I imports between $15,000,000 and $18.-I fully solicit your support at the comineke-
sense stand on the brink of an Miss Olive RayF. i I for their great army and navy plans Railway stocks-Mexican money invested 000,000 worth! of mramalades from 1 tion. T. N. KF.NORICK.

c. I II I abyss. When greed takes posse sic! A. Hess ;; to fight Germany, England or Japan. 51:!5,tt0,000; American money other countries, which is an indicatio-i I

: of men patriotism and humanity gc J. S. Starling j''I They have other plans for the r'ent. invested, $? a,56.4,000. there are not sufficient home factorie- !" --- -
A. J. Miller They have the irons the American
on bonds Mexican monpig
I to the winds. Perhaps after this experience Railway ', making this product to supply the demand Full Supply of I ICOFFINS
I certain theories, which before Wm. Whitehead ]I: people. They control the price* vested, Sl!,?i5,000; American money .

E. L. Crosby : of labor and the products of labor and invested, 408.926,000.Mines I CASKETSAll
I To Adopt Trade Mark AND
seemed extravagant and idle, relating 1 I
H. D. Wasdin J: control the cost of necessity of Mexican invested .1
every f
.i! to the full national control of money "We will adopt an easily remembered -
T. J. Popped life. They the coal the oil. th" :I
own $7.500.000 American invested
I I public utilities, will be exploited and I ; money trade mark for our oods. We will Sizes and Qualities I
J. L. Scotten !: timber. the water powers. Their profits $223,000,000. I I I
I if possible, put into practice. then begin introducing ourselves to "

j, t .-- T. C. HazenW. I ere so enormous that they muef National bonds Mexican. money invested I I i I the American public and thus Jacksonville Always on Hand, : (

M. Bryan lower interest rates or else-invest in $!IOOOOOO; American money ,
A USCO CEPTlO. I' and Florida will receive an
Mrs. J. H. PughF. foreign countries. The timber, oil. invested, $5,000,000.SmeltrsMexican. I introduction such PRICES REASONABLE -
I as they have n--'
A. FisherG. coal and mineral wealth of :Mexico and money invested, :"
t received through any other source.
An exchange says: M. Sistrunk i lof Central and South American
cour- $7.200,000 American invested
: money J. C. CONE
;: "One of the most successful i Mr. Smith also stated that he is now
Miss Dora Clark j tries inviting in
are most every a ay. SI: ,50OOO.{ j I _I.
of America when asked to Tat to close a deal for a site fo- Lawtey, :-: Florida
men Mrs. T. R. SweatE. : The
governments are poor; the Timber lands-Mexican money invested J.t
plant, which will have large daily =:
what he attributed hsi success re a -.J
I R. Popped 'i i is cheap as !slave" labor. $5/00,000; American money =
capacity. Each fruit will be taken in

1: dial plied of: 'I built watch.my Seconds fortune became on the L. C. KickliterDr. : I There i;: iust one risk. And thrt invested, $S,100,000. I season and! the preservation work <*. .t'Y'O;......;..i14.q. i.t.}141srt

my J. PoehlsJ. i is a larre risk. The governments are Factories ( Miscellaneous)-Mexican'I' ,

I' pennies, minutes became dimes, S. Mercer j j most of them weak. Revolution in money invested, ;.' lOOO; American pushed material: as fast and long as the raw 2<
i is available. In addition to ;
I hours became dollars. I
pave amoney J. F. BennettR. many of them are frequent; property money invested, $9,600,000. j.R. Davis
I ( the orange, gunva. grapefruit and the 4
4. value to tick and B.
every SullivanJ. right ..
t I are insecure. Oil-Mexican money invested, $ .50- :
t i took advantage of everything that R. :\Il'CI'najl'hanE. (; But a scheme has been worked out 000; American money invested, $15- kumquat preserves, the company is to f .
economized time. I put up strawberries and other perishables | & Company
never procrastinate. H. Clemons I i by the masters of fn.cnce to make for- 000,000.
1 i i I look well into whatever I W. E. Lewis I' risn investments in season. In this way the pos-
i' as good as a royem- Rubber Mexican money invested,
looks( good to me and when E. L. I sibilities of giving outsiders a taste ofFlorida's I .>
I : my Ware | r-c't boiH. .J J-t jut the Stars and $4,500,000; American money invested, 17i >

I ;lodgment approves I act promptly : E. W. Turner '':Stripes! I lack of them! $15,000,000. frui .offerings is unlimited Sand INSURANCE-

'f.1 ard: with decision. I don't J. J. Silcox I j There capable of nettng large profit4 i :?
was i time when the -luiran! Insurance-Mexican money invested _
know that there is any particular W. II. i Although no announcement of any < <'i
I of "j'-it'crj '
makers "Tr& folIcws
I was : r' $2,000,000; American invested,
I' rule or law of success, but I am Irs. D. M. Cone tr t) Flag." That cut the romrKrnYl $4.000,000. money contemplated adv'rtisingcampaien |[ Starke florida ;

s a pretty sure that one of the foundation : Mrs. S. Gillespie; I''I l interests behind the raw.. 1'it"rvn In the ownership of Mexico we find was made by Mr. Smith, it was intim-
:; principles is Don't lose I.imt' I A. W. Luke ated that the American people will be .' ...H :
1"1 .
-- Wd :a .ia
i new Thi ennow the real menace to the peace between s.: elio:+:. :. .
I I Wm. DeSueI 1 introduced to the good:? through the .
: -: "The Flag! follows the ir.\pst- :Mexico and the United Statse. Amer- --- .
11, That's the sort of bunk so-called j I A. Flitch :: 'T:(nt ican national magazines. If this plan i ispamod '
"sclf-made" money grubbers ladle out i H D. Jiott11r. I V.'e wM project are desperately attempting Florida will monthly have an -S"i
| citizen
I our oWdAsjuwi'v to have the flag follow their *
M f I tc ',*--H-7:: r"d.! "S.T.Vr-"?->r what That introduction into thousands and thousands PEES } |
I is our bound p di'tv. investments. | COMER L _
k i clue he had been "successful" in besides I! J. W. Andrews, Jr., has returned I' ;ifAP to of home*.-Jacksonville Times- 4 --'.
II I are uphold tho tar.d: :>7 pdc'ijmiiy They who own Iexico are the : n4 *
o' ; acquiring money? Nothing, '1 home after a stay of several davs!" of our one I Union, Sept. 7. Florida Real Egttle Und I ( ||
government a't crg tbp who want war. !i '*.
: probably, for when every second, minute : with his family at Hendersonville, N. other ration! .if the worl'tron. bet I i +.k
( ,
J or these powerful interests ExpertH3 .
; Timber -
t and hour were devoted to the ac- C. Friends of Mrs. Andrews are delighted w;>ak. But. i if the protection Drives Out Malaria Builds Up System
of "cit permited succeed in their .
to plot- .
cultivation of the to krow that her The Old Standard general strengthening tonic Surk
ouisition of pain, health isready izens" at s
were our only concern tVwcu'd -t) TWrt M. LaFollette in LaFollette's GROVE'S TAS7ELIX-S chill: TOXIC,drives out ymr Experience .t .
f i virtues: and graces, the possession; of ; l improved. IP Ma'an.: ,rrricV'th"'.!'"*! ndbtiiMoptfcervs-- .I
t ;I r.o raids no mobiliza- 1fa azine. ....r.. ;. :..t :;::.: I.. :," ni t" '.n, :'Jc. If.................... 4 t+ :

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I Mrs. C. W. Liddon came down from CIVIC CLUB MEETIXG. ycunFYc..t child. They live in Welborn. GOT THEIR :\IO\ Ers WORTH.

i' Jacksonville last Wednesday and :Mr. Strickland is conducting a reviv.at .

while here will be the guest of her The Civic Club will T.V Evergreen church this week.
meet next Speaking getting the worth of ,
Bits of LocalInformation sister, Mrs. A. H. Freeman. nesday afternoon, the 13th instant, a' Everybody enjoyed a good day as your money, the fan: who went o-t; to

three-thirty, with .Mrs. J. R. Halligan.As they all brought well filled baskets I Duncan Park yesterday afternoon got I a

S. B. Woodard, of Theressa, was in this is the first meeting of the fall for the cccasi n. We hope that we may it. The game was l Mween the Tigers ,

town Thursday to get a line on the season, all members be able to celebrate several more of r
I are earnestly requested and a picked team from Taml a. After i
I cotton market. He has about 2.000 Mr. Carter's he is well s
to be present. birthdays, as hammering away for fifteen innings ; "

c-.hV Omr ?... .. 2",11 eM pounds picked and ready to sell. liked by all who know him. when darkness forced the calling u

PNj" Mrs. Moore
i Mr. and Taylor I
: 2. The unanimous verdict; i is that it '
little son, of Jacksonville came last
On :Monday evening, friends of Miss t I' was the finest game of the -eas"n.
Monday to visit Mrs. J. R. Davis. Mrs. '..
Margaret:: Livingston tendered her ,
Remnant Sale at Stump's.J. 1 Editor Lewis, of the Raiford Tribune | Moore was formerly Miss Fanric Hoff- avery
enjoyable surprise party. About machinery for hulling and pol- TRAFFIC IS \O\\ NORMAL '
was a business visitor to Starke 1 man. .
W. Nichols, of Raiford, was in : Monday. twenty of the younger set were present bhingrice for market, hulling velvet

Starke Monday. I Mr.V.. A. Colley and family returned all spending! a gay e'eningWitl: beans, manufacturing sugar cane syrup NEW YORK, Sept. 4.-The freight v
I the popular hostess.MILLSTHOMAS.. grinding corn shuck and cob f"feed
:Mr. J. I:. Tounsend; and daughter, I home Tuesday from their trip young traffic on all railroad. ('ntC'l'ingX..w
Miss Lawsie Rigdon is visiting relatives of Lake Butler, were visitors to Starke I to Havana and other places in Cuba. thrashing rice, oats, peas and! Took, interrupted by '.strike embargoes +
: beans, will lie in operation on the Peel;
in Lake City.: Monday.A. I The trip was pleasant as well as in- were moving! on normal -ciicd-
farm, eat of Humphrey's still: within ;
I teresting.Dr. ules today. The railroad men sy little -
Read the Telegraph. A. Wainwright, the Heilbronn Mr. J. D. Mills nndIiss Edna Tho- j the next SO days. congestion was U.ItSI'tJ.: ] Tb.ii ro-

. merchant, visited friends in Starke I A. II. Freeman has returned mas were quietly married at Orlando I y-8-lt. C. L. PEEK. vision dealers say the market will t

:Mr. and Mrs. Sim Gardiner spent Sunday. : home after spending his vacation in Sunday evening, the 3rd inst. slump in the next fe:>V days because
Gainesville. I MADE LONG SWIM.
Sunday in j Clayton, Ga., and a short visit! with The groom is a young business man speculators will dump a large '.nn- 'Jil: :

State Attorney A. V. Long has attended his daughter, Mrs. L. A. Yates: of of Starke, well known and respected. tity on the market. :
Win. Whitehead, of Lake Butler, I The bride I Chas. Ensey Jr., who has the
special court at Gainesvillethis i Tallahassee.Miss is a daughter of )lr. and spent

was in town Monday. week.F. I Mrs. E. M. Thomas, of Orlando, formerly summer at Kingsley lake, tried out his TA\IPA.-Lucille: felierrill} four- I' 'i

Sale Men's and I Blanche I'attishall, of Geneva of Starke. Both groom and I pr iwess as a swimmer Tuesday, when year-old daughter of J-.V'-eph W. Sher- 4. :
Special on Boy's :
Beach suits at Stump's. M. Rivers, the Lake Butler plow is the attractive guest of Mrs. Hughesand bride are very popular and their many I he swam across the lake and back rill, superintendent ..f" public instruction ,

Palm and carriage manufacturer, was i i" :Mrs. Hamrick this week. Miss friends wish them all happiness. again, a distance of something like of Lee died here of t-1:.>.- I'ii .t"1;
Gary Ennis has returned home aftera town Monday i Pattishall, formerly of the Starke -- four miles. lie made the swim acrossin matic pneumonia, (!iu i to the vhild .

month's stay in Tampa.Mrs. I High School faculty, teaches at Sanford LOST TO PALATKA. one hour and twenty-three minutes swallowing a coin several days ;,co.; >

Messrs. A. A., G. W. and E. M. Ha- this year. and lowered this time by one minuteon ,", 1i' \

Mabel Duncan spent several zen, of Brooker: were in Starke Monday ;I The game of ball between Palatka the return trip. This lowers the I| Read the Bradfo.- County Tele- ) ,f-i'.!'

das this week in Lake City. on business. :Messrs. E. E. Canova and family, and the Tigers played last Thursday record for both time and distance. The !1 graph-the home paper.. :=.,

i E. Matthews and family, A. V. afternoon on the locla diamond resulted record had been held by Leo Canovn. I .. !

Mrs. Hamrick's kindergarten school I Xo 666 will cure Malaria or Bilious Long and family, J. F. Kickliter and in a score of G to 3 in favor o'' who swam across the lake in one hour ;! + + + + + + + + + + + + + + .,

will open next Monday morning.D. Fever._ It kills the germs. family, J. M. Alvarez and family, :Mrs Palatka. The Gem City team puts upa and twenty-seven minutes. No one + e + -:
A. H. Freeman and Mr. Henry Free- good game of ball, otherwise they has heretofore undertaken the return :CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING J ;
I Xavjl 1 store, produced by J. M.
E. Knight, Esq., and son, Holli.s, man have returned home after spending would have carried home no scalps trip.
+ + + + + P + + {' 1 + + + + t
Truby and R. S. Humphrey, have been
spent Tuesday in Jacksonville. the summer season at their Kings- from here. This is only the fourth i I

I shipped this week. ley lake cottages.Mr. game lost by the Tigers during the WIFE DESERTER IX JAIL. FOR SALE.-Good horse D C. .
II Jones, Starke. 7-14-tf.
R. V. Turner, of Inverness, has Ij present season.
F. F. Stump is i in New York buying -
been in Starke during the week. and Mrs. J. T. Wills, Jr., and Jack Padgett, a young man of the FOR SALE-Klondike strawberry;: ;
and stock of fall
large complete
|, a little son, of Jacksonville, are visiting WILLS-CROWX. Raiford section, is in the county jail plants. G. C. Cady; R. F. D. N'o 3, j ;;

A. Hercules, of Jacksonville, had ?lId winter goods. I j at the home of his parents, Judge charged with wife desertion. Padgett Starke .:_1df. ,,:

business in Starke Wednesday j I Sheriff Denmark and :Marshal Kite !: and Mrs. J. T. Wills. Mr. Wills had Mr. David Wills, of this city, and i was married a few weeks ago by FOR SALE-Klon.like strawberry 1J

1 the misfortune to dislocate his shoulder Miss Minnie Crown were quietly married 'Judge Gardiner to a young girl whr
bed th +usand. W. A.
were in Jacksonville Monday eveningon plants, cr
Mrs. 0. L. Stuck went down to official business.i I| a few days ago, while atte"din,' Thursday night at eight-thirn! i I had brought a serious charge against Bessent, Starke. S-iMf

Gainesville last Monday afternoon.M. i ____- __ I to his duties on the S. A. I.. railway. I in the office of County Judge Mason at :j him. Immediately afterward he de- -.- ,
I I the court house, George F. Mason performing I i serted his bride and went to Jackson- FOR REXT-Stort room on Call I
F. Seals Madison has been
P. Matheny was among the I Judge J. T. Wills and family are I the ceremony. j I vil'.e.! The wife sworeout, warrant street lately vacate)! by J. S. Brown
in Starke of I late, looking after prop-
Brooker visitors to Starke Monday.A erty interests here. I now occupying their residence on The groom is a son of Judge JamesT. for his arrest> charging him with de- Apply to J. E. Fut -h. S-4-tf.

i Pennsylvania avenue. Judge Wills Wills, and the bride is an attractive srrtion. Sheriff Denmark was in FOR SALE-Fine driving horse. V.

little son was born to Mr. and Mr. E.1.. Thomas and family, of has pert the week in Gainesville. young lady of Rocky Point. .' Jacksonville Monday and succeeded in God qualities and can be broken to J
Mrs. A. A. Culbreath last Thursday. Arcadia, are spending a few days holding spccVl] court to try IJoisv '-'''jfi'da cf the happy young couple I locating Padgett. He took the young any kind of work. 1-;:. S. Matthews, it a l- ,

Long, a negro, for.the murder of Dep- wish them long-lived happiness and man into custody and brought him to Starke. b-252t: :
here with relatives.Mrs. _____ : _,_ i
Special Sale on Ladies' high grade I I uty Sheriff S. G. Wynne, near Xew- prl'prritGaines'iUe Sun. Starke Tuesday afternoon !

slippers-$1.49 at Stump's.A. berry, a short time ago. M1. and Irs. David Wills are now I FOR SALE-I have; a secor.l-hand R :
; Crown, of Rocky Point, ;is Chalmers five-pasfciger automohile
fe with her in Staike visiting at the home ofJudg' i SLEEPY ToW. fo f' :
daughter trade mules
spending; a >v days for sale or 1 C.
C. Hicks, of Hampton, was trans- i Chief of Police Silas Kite is feelinir ;.
] (' and Mrs. J. T. Wills, and their 1 1 ;
:Mrs. David Wills. Sweat, Starke, Fla. !-l-lt. :.;.
acting business in Starke Thursday. | chesty over the news frum Tampa friends here join in congratulations .. '
I I "Kind friends, ha\e you heard of -- -- .
'It.-...! his grandchild awarded the FOR SALE.-Two rl> ; tie : ; .
Rub. ly-Tismntiseptisnod'n4 was I and .good: wishes for the nowly-wiil( : the town of Xo-Good on the banks of ungmuoj "
Marshal Burnsed is able to lumber ..'art, Mcd't-mick : :
Night prize at a baby show for being the wagon
-Kills pain steps putrefaction.H. couple.rMIKKIULL | the river Slow, where the Some-time-
be out again after his recent illness j finest baby in its class. The content I cr-cthcr mowing machine, disc harrow and 1.-+
--- scents the and the ft
I st Mott 1 !;
I rake, cheap for rath. II. D. : rf
-- -- I). May, nominated county ('0'" n as put on by one of the moving pi '- : DENIES REPORT. | (;Jo-eaies grow? It lies in the valley Starke. J.1't. .4 .

Mrs. T. J. Griffin returned Sunday missioner for Hampton district, ha 1 t'ire theatres and first and last some !' of What's-the-use, in the province ;, -_ i 1..1

afternoon from a visit to Balsam, N. business in town Monday. : thing like :H.oOO babies were entered.Mr. !. I have been informed that there i is of Let-her-slide; it's the home of the FOR SALE-Good
C. I a report in circulation to the effect i strawberry plants lorI new land from ".
reckless, don't care, where the Gi T 'f'I i ,..
J. M. Groover, of Brooker, was its I : W. J. Epperson, nominee for that I was absent at the time the it-ups abide. The town is as old as | nursery stock ore year.. One dollar .t"i ,

Miss Edyth Warren, of Brooker, i Starke Monday and paid the TeU- ', sheriff, has moved his family to Start\ I board of county commissioners acted the human race, and it grows with the and twenty-five C *PS per thoi.'-r.'d. r b ", t1 i

spending several days in Starke this ion., /!i efJ.re .. pcta't! : call. I in order that the children may enterschool. upon the question of continuing the flight of years; it is wrapped in the !|' T. M. Cauthen: WaQo, )+la.S2t.' t i
week. Sheriff'I ,_ _, 4
They are occupying I employment of stale convicts on the fog of the idler's dream, its streets --- --- (
!1 | Denniaik's corner of Sanderson roads of the This FOR SAL E OR RF/KT-Place) frr- II
:Mr. F. H. Long and children, Ttf! cottage public county. re- are paved with discarded schemes, I
Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson and son, Laurie : Jackson streets. Mr. I merly owned by :rt:rs. We-t on .
fair, Margaret and Comer, are spend and Epperson loit is untru The minutes of the and are sprinkled with useless tears." "

are spending the week in Valdosta ing the week at Smith Lake. 'I is an assistant superintendent: r' ( meeting show that Commissioners It is useless to say that the above Kingsley road, just beyond Powell's :i 1 f:"

j the State Farm and will not relinquish i j Dowling and Underhill voted in favor still. Four acres cleared lani, o-ie .
does not to town
description apply our +
this until he is ready to iof of the in strawberries, ej''ellingar.1 l outbuildings n -
Miss Eunice Robinson returned 1 position as- continuing employment wide-awake citizens II'II'I
: as are t
our arranging -I
0. Gardiner has placed some new the duties of the sheriff's oflic" good water Will M-ll on II
Monday from Folkston, Ga., after .f'l sume j state convicts and that Commissioner to the streets with something
and up-to-date fixtures in his meat convenient terms rent. Apply i
pleasant stay of several days. | I Crews, Pinholster and Williams voted more tnagible than "discarded or i ,
market. :Mr., and :Mrs. R. 0. Daniel and son,""in favor of discontinuing the employ- to Rev. L. W. Kkijiter, Starke. !: 4:
I! Mr. Blanchard Law went ever to R!' -sell, Miss Onie Edwards and :Mr. I meet of said convicts. I 9-8-tf. i .J :..,
Mrs. C. A. Knight is visiting rela- -- 1
tives and friends at Live Oak and Lake City l last Monday: afternoon, to Francis Warren returned to StarkeI Very respectfully, j The sale of land on which taxes I FOR SALE-Meat market; contains :" ',.

Mcyo. spend several days with friends. I Monday night after an extended trip I J. L. UXDERHILL, for 1915 had not been paid, took place: I good refrigerater, block, computing _1-.

i to Georgia in Mr. Warren's car. They j Co. Com. Starke District. :Monday. Only a very few parcels reverted scalEr, mall refrigerator for fish, I 1'::

I Vorr.on Jones, one of Hampton's visited several towns in Georgia, z- to the state, and a smaller money drawer, three knives three'

Miss Esther Struth, of Waldo wasa well known business men, was transacting : well as the mountain near Atlanta I ELECTION TIKETI.Im: UP. amount of parcels than common weresold saws, two cleavers, two steel) paper I r lkr:

recent visitor to her aunt, Mrs. Arch business in Starke Thursday. I which is being sculptured into a great to private bidders. The list of stand, eighteen meat hooks and ." .
Green. I other butchering tools, enough wire '.f
Confederate monument. Their travels
At of the town
+ a special meeting advertised lands was as voluminous as .;
L. G. Sibley and family have moved I extended miles. to scree mirket separate in Building. ,
over 1300:
council held last Friday night petitions this but the time for -
ever near
Xe year market
If want good
ginghams for school dresses at you a
Stump's.E. from Theressa to the Bryan place on I'I I I were received from candidates the tax sale the taxes on the greater gee me. W. R. Strickland, Lawtey,
I I'
the Kingsley road recently bought LyIr. Quite a party of Starke people motored -I who desire their names printed on the part of the parcels were paid. Fla. i)-1=f.

R. Poppell, nominated superin- :\ Sibley.i I over to Black Point last Sunday official ballot, and the town clerk was -

iness tendent before of public the instruction school board, had Mon bus- 1 i L. C.. Powell left Tuesday for :, of afternoon the Second to witness Regiment the,dress Florida parade:\at" j j' instructed,' the ballots to make for the up and election have, which print-: '', io@@@*@'@@'@@o@@i@ o

day. Hardeeville, S. C., where he will spend I t tional Guard. The party was compost [ will be held next Tuesday.. The official -

i;' a week or more with :Mr. and Mrs : of the following persons: Mr. and ;I ballot will contain the following!' @ @

Little Miss R. E. Gahagan. Mrs T. X. Limbaugh, Homer and Tho- PRINTING
Katie Belle and Allie : names: II' i JOB @
May Green were in Waldo this wek I' mas Limbaugh. Mrs. C R. Ensey and For mayor, Joe Hill Williams. li

visiting their grandmother, Mrs. W. G. I Mrs. G. C. Crawford and daughter,''i i sons Charles and Lot, Mr. and Mrs. I' For aldermen, D. C. Jones, E. S. I @ I @
Miss Belle Crawford, are guests a* 'I
Green. I H. L. Brownlee and family, Miss Ruth Matthews, J. W. White.

!| the home of their cousins, Mr. and I French, J. M. Brownlee and family. For clerk, C. A. Futch. @ 4q4 @ .

Misses Olga and Thelma Ward attractive I Mrs. J. W. White. I' Col. W. T. Weeks, Ellery M. Davis, For treasurer, A. S. Crews. .

.. young ladies of Brooker, are George White, Chas. Beasley and L. For tax assessor, X. I). Wainwright.For @ @

house guests. of )lr. and Mrs J. T. I Mrs. J. E. Haines who has been 1 i; W. Adkinson. I marshal and tax collector, T. X : I

Quigley. I spending several days in Starke, the Kendrick, Sila: Kite. @) Neatly an Artistically t 1

guest of friends, returned to her home 1 j! During the past week the Kingsley I
Mrs. i in Lake Butler Friday. lake have been There will be no contest except for t' ) Done..-Give Us a T p'ial! iQ
Pomeroy, of Jacksonville, has summer sojourners \ the office of marshal and collector.
returned home, after spending several i moving back toward town and by the I II l : 1 5

days in Starke the Sale on Ladies slippers. $1.19 and 1 erd of the present week, practically I i \ *
guest of Mrs. J.M. j 1 FAMILY REUNION.: r+ ; :
$U9 ; j
I. Mitchell. at Stump's.Mrs. i all of them will have deserted thp l lkfj I (,fS. fA)
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until next This fine little I I !Lft.r't
I E. W. Harris and little son, j summer. I On Friday August 25thhere was:
airs J. }1. Mitchell and daughter, resort; was more popular the past sea- tp @
j of Jacksonville returned home last
1 enjoyable time given at the nome I .
Lucille, Mr. and :Mrs. F. P. i than before and it is i an
Shaffer. son ever expected -
a dIrs.. Pom roy. of Jacksonville! j Monday after a \'ii'itith her parents;, that several new cottages will bo cf Mr. Daltcn Carter on account: cT I II Sraftfflrii ((mmti} 'l'll'gruid: (i I Dr. and Mrs J. C. Wills. his father's birthday being celebrated
'motored Mdison: last Friday, returning ( erected in tine for occupancy next | j @
few of his children. Tho e who
I by a
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that evening. sea so,. In addition to the regular cottagers I
.i !1 H. B. Wiggins, of Tampa was an | there were several house par- attended were as follows: I i @@@@@@@ @@@@ @ @@@
Xo. 6Sfi will appreciated caller ct the Telegraph of- I :Mrs. Jeff Johns, Mrs. Geo. W. Bali'j j -..:::... ....... .. / '_ .'
cure Chills and Fever. ties toward the close of the seaon.including !': (
It is the most speedy remedy we know. j flee :\Io'1da11': Wiggins is in the from Green I den and Miss Rosa Baisden, of Starke: \ .
two parties Cove
cigar business and is prosperous. Beside I Mr. and Mrs. Sam Norman and ChilI '

, Dr W. H. Resell is having his: rental renewing acquaintances in Stark; i' Springs i iI I I dren of near Raiford; Mrs. Meana /

r property opposite the light plant I he port several days at Hampton, I L.IHESID NEXT TUESDAY. I I'I Vanderploug, of Jacksonville; and f -1 1I %

}. refinished I where he formerly l lived. M. D. Carter and family, ard :Mr. '
1 inside and plumbed. The .. Ii I II I :Mr. B. Z. MATTHEWSArlesianJVellDriller
Work has been in charge of The Quig- I L. J. Smith and family. Being given I :
r $100 Reward SlOe The Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian '
lfy Lumber I for
& Supply Co. I such short notice it.as impossible
i iMM
J I The readers of this paper will bepleased church will hold their first I! all of the children to be present. Mr.
to : tht thforj MMMWBM MMMMI >
earn s at least:
Edwin Freeman has returned homePreparatory one dreaded J'a<- t'.at' science has meeting after the summer vacation j jwi'h i Carter is one among! the oldest men
. been able to curt in all: !'s stages, and I :Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, Tuesday, 'II' I have: had twenty-four experience i ift '
to resuming studies at that is ('alarr:1.ro.lt rr1 lein; greatlvintluncil around this part of the country, be'ne years
te Ur'versitv: of Florida.! Daring th" by 11lit'londl! mndtfonsrequires : I' September 12th, at two-thirty p. m. A I Ii 77; years of age.

*un>m r he has been a clerk at 'VCotinental Hall's! Catarrh constitutional Cur.. is taKen treatment.Jntrrmlly full attendance is desired. I :Mr. Carter vns raised in Clay county Well drilling in Florida. j
and acts thru the BI..1Od! the Mu >
on < "u i
Hotel at Atlantic Beach. Surfaces of the System thereby ,V but moved to Bradford about 28
stroying the foundation of tne o'i'Sco.egixing j Whenever You Need a General Tonic years: ago, where he has resided ever / guarantee to satisfactorily complete alA
Ms; the patient strt-nsjth hv b-iildin Take Grove'sThe ;
Margaret Hamrick. after up the oonsf t'.on and tis'\\z nature Old since. He has raised 12 children, of
Standard Grove's Tasteless -.COVVTRA(7' 'i
spending the here with her lr. dOIng its wr rk. The prprie-
summer he also has
which eleven living
chill Tonic is valuable ;
tors have so mu> h filth in th curative equally as a
mother, Mrs. S. L. Hamrick left thi powers of Hall's Catarrh Cure that General Tonic l' -caus-? it contains thewellkanwnlcr.pr'rvr'i ol grand-children and 14 great grand Raiford Florida '! :
week for they offer One hundred Dollars for any ,.'
Douglass, Ga., where sb? ? SaI1'and :
teaches in the of case testimonials.that it falls! to cure. Send for list ]RO". 1. -tsr-r. t!> !.:'.. r. 7':ive' children. I
G. W. C. and B. I. Col- Strickland and wife
:Mr. Raymond
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!'i1l' support such a strike. The Pennsyl- cartrdidges, at the same place he got hobnob with ihe black' : "

. vania railroad claims to have a !list YOUNGMANMURDERS I I t I the wire, two hours later, or a!'ot't

volunteers from ether classes of its 1 noon. Can you tell me wry I they di-ia't like

r May Peace Be Purchased employes sufficient to fill the vacancies According to G :ol'geJuIler, who that poem there of Mac's?

). in the train service twice over if PARENTSGerman is no relative, but a friend of the famI And took a colutrn.and a half to cir

all the men threatening to strke: i I ily, the elder Mr. Taller called at his cumvent the facts.--?

: At Too High A Price J should go out. home as he was coming from his work That really bore up.n the case, minus

11 I There is some reason to believe also Couple Near Palatka at the bucket factory, at 5:13, and a flaws and cracks;

that a large proportion of the usual stopped for a minute or two to Now, tell me why; some men are like ''I

; -- members of the trainmen's brotherhoods Met Death At Hands of Son pass greetings.; A few moments after the artist moulder's wax? I

\ 1 ..\. :l.. '!OlJ h::: witnessed an unpre- ,' !:c has a false: idea of the contro- have regarded the whole matter Thought to Be Insane. he left John Muller, the murderer, n. p. MCDONALD.Lake .

: ii.t..t.d .pecta.:le luring the! I la."attempt: : a !big game of bluff on the part of came along and asked! him if he had Butler, Fla.

"I fortr.i'rLt.i } There !have been assent'; '.le their officials to get something for PALATKA, Sept. 1.-The most dastardly seen his father. He replied that hr

:.: Washington the heads of the broth :t to get higher wages from their employers them, which of course they would be tragedy in the criminal annalsof had just left. John Muller had on at,

cihoous of railway trainmen and over the railway companies! Card very glad to have; but when it actually the county occurred on! Pah' ka overcoat, which evidently hid the gun

1 a hundred railway presidents anj i while there may Le a temporary !loss( comes to the pinch, they will Heights late Wednesday .afternoon. He then walked on and it would seem .
.I with the Preside -, .'A aihvay-ccmpany profits if this and !.e slow to actually forfeit the lucrative that he caught up with his father ami a I
.1 discussing when
j : managers, t an aged t {'rmat l.'ouple11': and
it: i.t of the United States the demandmade other demands for more pay are grant positions they have so long held.If Mrs. Mulier, were murdered by their committed the crime where he r-

k i y the brotherhoods for an increase i-
c, -:11 "e to }be operated, and the pUl-> probability, for a few day and known in the Mr. Muller says that the I ullerst'am
i : in wages.7V.c city.
f. '! I for'R !'" r''.,: pay the entire cost of ojKrJat1' !I'crhaps for weeks, much disorganization to this country from Germ1.'TV
U-ues at stake are great Though: ; evidently insance, youngMulier
I t ;: them with enough profit l be- : of train service and resulting about eight years ago and located in j
both of the parties to controversyn had carefully planned the gruesome -
at 1 j s' but they are greater for the public tragedy, even going so far as todig'
: ., t. I involved vir.gs in addition railway faciliti I'trsons. Yet i is;; not the sacrifice justified job as a janitor in a }building. lIe then
immediately the graves for his intE'nded'ic
The sum! -
j lare.in the controversy are vast. Esti- | i-'>. !In the long run, therefore, it i i-- ; ? shall! any organization be per- tims the day before. purchased some: land from the New ( I Ii
stocks ri.itted to contributions from South Farm and
ate: public and not the railway exact IIome Company and
I from 50,000,000; : to $1000- The crime was committed as planned -
i.. ,: 1 1 in.tesuy i :. .d herd holders! who must give up the public in proportion to its ability came here four years ago. He did i
but this sum and the son Luried the mother
( (/\lHli d annum; dd
) per the millions which the trainmen demand to cause disaster if its demands are not like the land and it is understood
4 small in comparison with the amount only a few hundred feet from the I
if the railway presidents yield. refused? That way lies anarchy.Engineering .- got his money back with which he
i which the public will have eventually home while the body, of the father Catarrh means inflammation.
: is astray, too, on News. purchased a place near Wigs lake,
The sadly
[ public
result of the precedent established was carried nearly two miles and bur-
to pa" as a Inflammation >s the sta: tion
: nt?
; .. demands aregranted. ....."nth. ..."!., "chart of the (controversy and ied the limits. The where they since resided. i
the -- -- near city
present newlY of
\I' blood-thegorgmg of '
John Mulier their
I for this also President Wilson is chief was only son: an<1
made of the father
AS VAGRANTS. grave was fount I circulation with impure blood
, ; ; he who has be- was considerably spoilt by his mother
It is
' i the railway engine-drivers 1 ly: responsible. before night, but the place where thE, Of course you :ln't be well under d
1 For if the idea She wanted him to be minister .1 I
with a Baptist
1 conductors and bn.ke- clouded tie public mind remains of the mother were placed., this condition. Ii means, hc-idarhes, i
1 j and fnrmch and that what the men are fighting for istli" ST. PETERSBURG. idle boy was not located until about 11 o'clock Although a printer by trade, ant indigestion, kidney trouble, coughs 1

, men, merely by the threat to bring e'.ght-hour: day. He said in histatener.t problem is causing the police quite alot much money was !spent in books, etc' colds, etc.
; railroad strike, : of concern, according to Chief E. Wednesday night. I
'15 about} a nation-wide to the public on August! 19: All their !'ninsVa!; in the bank i ir
to their wages, J. Easters. If the youths who loaf News of Killing Given; Local Authorities PerunaB IIShUn
t can add $50,000,000 "I have recommended the concession 'he boy's name but so far as is known r: ,
debate the and give trouble cannot find anything nutrition |n;
s I while they refuse to fairly entitled question of the eight-hour day be- else to do they will be given employment Shortly after six o'clock J. B. Perdue ; I he took no advantage of it until about tM M creases the circulation+ iavigoiates thes"St'm +

whether they are 1 rau':e I believe the concession on the streets, says the chief. to the I two weeks ago when he bought a and
t it is safer came county jail reported
/;. t such an increase or not, 1 ii-jht.! The eight-hour day now "We have a bunch of boys from 14 and when asked where he got the brightens you up.
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to DeputJinton that while I
will be ten I
\ i 1 i to say that similar action employes. i 1 1 ':doait"dly has the sanction of to 18 years old who do nothing but he was on his way home he saw one ,I money, he said he drew it out of the Over 44 Years f te

I by other bodies' of railway 1 '11(. judgment of sfc'ety' in its favor tread the streets from one pool room white shoot another I bank. At about the same time hwent Of service to the public entitles! It to i '
would be justified, man on the Fran- {
I Such 'action to another and loaf around the
as a on to Jacksonville and St. Augustine place with you.
should be adopted
moreover, since these other employesare lynches and smoke cigarettes," he explained cis road and that two others and himself I
t' 1 t, receiving lower rates of wages in basis for wa eg." "They are pool room artists had seen the murderers drag the and squandered some more of it. It Makes Good I

i, / to the work done and the In this statement, destined to be who do not want work and would not body away. During this report R. C. Yesterday was seen in the bank, The Peruni Company Columbus Ohio I

' 'i r proportion carried than are the widely quoted everywhere for years take it if they could find it. Just such Woolwine came in and said that but for what purpose is as yet unknown You can get Fertma in tablet form

} responsibility I I to come, whenever a controversy over idleness is the cause of a great deal and a Mr. Saunders actually saw John unless it was to draw money for con tenience.
trainmen. I arise the President of the which has with which to purchase the rifle and
r I tae hours of labor pilfering been goingon. Muller kill his father, Albert Mulier.
f... It has been plainly evident in the in words that he supports the To stop this it is necessary to
says They had walked them and short- wire.Mr.
t I. negotiations at Washington that the eight-hour: day in order to settle the stop the idleness. There is a vagrancy past : George Muller further stated HI* Prom et l"g Outlook.
the ; law ly afterward they heard a shot. They "Did you make any money oat <(<
chief party in interest-towit, which he and it will have to be applied that he knows, almost to o
_ 'f" but the proposition a
dispute; here. In these took no notice until a second shot was ,| that land development stock 1011'
i The rail- many cases boys' fath- I
public-is largely ignored. has that the father had life insurance in 1
been reported as has asked theirailroads to accept ers will not give them money, they fired, when they turned around and I I bought" "Not yet, but It looks good
way presidents have nothing whatever in it to establishthe will not work for it, and therefore saw the old man on the ground ar.d Germany and kept up payments or I I found cut so i: 'i about the company

.I willing to grant the demands of the t" ht-hour dayWhat he asks the they steal to get it. the son pumping two or three bulles I, the policy. tlsar i..' .'<'\ :k tne Into till
receive f
trainmen, provided they could railways t odo is to increase the hourly "What kind. of men can be expected into him. I[ Justice Marshall held an inquestover I firm "

!i-; absolute assurance from the Presidentand rate of wages: so that they would to develop from- this kind of 'outh"If :\11'Iinton, Coroner Marshall anda the body of :Mr. Muller yesterday I,

't : Congress that a rate increase pay as much wages for eight hours' they are idle now, when they be jurycomposed of J. B. Perdue, 0. morning, and after hearing all the I II j

would be permitted sufficient to repay work as they now pay for ten hours. he l expected to go to work? I wantto P. Fowler evidence available, the jury rendered ;I DO 'YOUHAVE I
it. S. S. Haefer, G. S. Davis, j i
.. the companies for their added outlayin 1st omitted the brotherhoods original see them try to make somethingout a verdict, holding 'oungIuller for !
U. :
and W. Martin
!, Strange, H. ;
of themselves
if bat if
words they they
wages. In other time-and-a-half rate for cannotsee murder.
'' o cl; w.rd for a their clear to in (foreman) rushed out to the scene and i j(
from the public way
to collect engage some SICK'HEADACHE '
f were allowed overtime work. Hence under the ar- I The second inquest followed the
; useful after the !
trainmen occupation, they will feel the viewing body adjourned to I
the sum demanded by the which he the death of Mrs. Muller end similar
Miieement proposes hand of the law." i a
Thursday morning 9 The
f at a. m. |
J they were willing to give in. They railways would have no incentive to deputy together with others, then'j' verdict to the first was rendered. The I II

should not }be too severely blamed for the working hours of general opinion is that Muller is in
reduce present
the TIMBER IN DEMAND went to theJuller's home, about two ,
1'' this, for they have been fighting sane.-Palatka Times-Herald.
I the trainmen.An .
,. miles further on, close to Wiglake; i
, public's }battles a good while and receiving elementary arithmetical computation I \ Who of us does:notsuffer times I

I"I no thanks. shows that increasing the hour- East Coast Co. to Cut Cypressin and:Muller made but a thorough search for11'5'1: j CAN YOl TELL ME WHY? I from this awfd pain? Alla?e subject M f
the railway officers no one was to to it-a tlisordered stomach t
))0 For one thing much j-
, commended, and ly late so that a man earns as Wolf Bay. Everything in the house looked in order I inactive live., constipation are B ti
i cannot be too highly
: I i ill tight hours' work a? he formtny But heidaches ari i
clothes causes. mere 1
the linein
were hanging
,. U for their strong support of the on Can tell me why writers '
that is you some i
in hours' work eqiivr-
'a.red ten warnings something
it I J. C. Tillis has the yard and the table set for I njcre Be JJ
of industrial contract sup- do
of arbitration adhere
principle !... t to an increased wage rate of 2:!;jper now not to facts? i rious. Q
1 I disputes.! The brotherhood officers, on for the cutting; of the right of way, per. Search was ma.l<> around the Hut prate and rave for a reprobatp i .1iTHACiE 'S ,

!i". t t the other hand, deserve; the severest cent.If President Wilson! : lielit'vethat iiifoims us that the East Coast Lumber house but no signs found. The party | who decent honor lacks? I I Dr. j

I!r" their absolute re : Co. are building a new tramroad then returned to the city and decide!! And boastful will r
: u.iuK'innation for every word praise!
! t'o! eitjht-hour day is th* real questionrt : I
; !: fusal.to submit their case to arbitra'I issue then he must believe that PI through the eastern portion of the to go oiu later and gee if they could for the schemer whom he backs !' k Liver and Blood rj
: .
I county. They have had for find the son, when about eight o'clock f
! And tell
, i tion. of the trainmen who years a me why that man should| !
''t: f The reponsbiility of defending the large, ; proportion! these demands work- tramroad joining the Seaboard} at on driving up Lemon street and reaching think the Governor levies! tax ? Syrupand .
"iiik'ng are
l : ii ten'of; the public in this great. i j.-v r much longer than eight hours Thurston and extending southeasters Seventh, Clarence Merwin, who head ofT thy more serlou.9aiI- .
I: The new tram will branch was in his car alongside that of :Mr.Minton's. .
/ out This
has fallen President Can tell farmers ments. preparation positively -
me why send
controversy upon 'iml! would therefore be, entitled to this! you our !
I Wilson and apparently l because of his from the old near the E. B. Dees place : exclaimed, "There he i is!" up North for mules and jacks i relieves ell perils of constipation ,
; 'In "o increase. in their rate. Yet I
: !: wage and itskinjred, disorders and
a \ I Mief} that a strike must be prevent : "d run by the Cowart place and eastf ('n turning around John Muller was, When all around throughout the' .
h- .1)< 'iiar.ilpfl that the railways: should restores the system to its normal
> 'f.f:' :' I. <',! at any cost he has failed to realize put his proposition in force and give f the Matt Griflis; place to Wolf bay, seen walking down Lemon street with they stand in piles and stacks ? t condition-gently but thoroughly.Jt '
,'i. pl'dl'e be purchased at tonI ti.s far as their lands extend in that rifle in hand, full-<'ock'd11'. :Mi- And when bum
I that may a or faker comes they
trial i is SOe
it a because, forsooth no one f LoWe loJay. Two sizes! ,
direction. A skidder will be used for ton jumped out and grabbed his man
I high a price. When the railway presidents wice enough in advance of such a step right in his tracks .. a.d:1. AJdea'cri. )
him to and apply g'ttingthe usable cypress timber out :Muller made no protest, but seemed I As Nelson Mile and .
accept Parker
urged trial to determine whether the cot to ? too wh ...4w VJ D; mJI/JIIIIIfI-
1 the: principle that all industrial disputes the railways would be material! of Wolf bay, and all the timber on surprised. asked why he had killed 1 .

i j should be submitted to arbitration the land that can be used will }be cut. his father he said, "I had to do it to !
T President Wilson declares that society -
I'' E he could rot of course deny the favors the eight-hour day! If and the stumps will be extracted and get the war tax." Asked further what

t soundness of the principle, but he de- he that statement that the converted into retort products. he had done with his mother he re
means by
} impossible The old tramroad is to be extendedby plied: "She is here." Other questions
Gated that arbitration was
majority of voters favor the general
; because the brotherhoods would not way of Lakeside to Putnam Hall. elicited no sane replies, "war" evidently Speaking of
of the
principle eight-hour
day as a
: bring on his mind.
accept it! movement toward bettering the conditions :
is time for to and in- f fCHCRCIIES. The rifle, a .22 calibre, was examined '
It men stop +
r : of the workingman generally, he
+ 4 and found to contain eight cartrid- Crop Profit
I ivire seriously, when an organizationI is very likely right. It is true also
I demands that the public hand over to that the best experts on efficiency a ges. seven of which had been used.A .

I its members a round fifty million dollars production are generally agreed that 4 hasty move was then made to gout 0
BAPTIST-Rev. W. G. Law. + to the home again and six
or sev- Net
refuses to arbitrate the Return
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l a year where employes are working day in + Sunday school .25c
9:45 A. M. + en cars of searchers rushed out there.
t question whether it has any just claim and day out the year round, in indus- + Morning service, 11:00; Sun- + Careful examination showed the Cost to Produce :,8c
k I on such a sum and announces its intention markof
ries requiring intense of nerves + 7:30
use day P. M. Visitors +
t t. of stopping railway-transpor + cor- a wheelbarrow, but about 25 yard Your NET PROFIT 17c
d rnd muscles, such as factory work under dially invited to attend.of'
I tation lines throughout the country modern high-pressure industrial 4 from the house they were lost. Ten /.

: unless its demands are granted forth-'{ condition requires, eight hours is aslong + CHRISTIAN-W. H. Coleman, + had minutes later Chief Livingston, wh" You grow crops for net profit. A a.ooo-quart -J
with. Where shall the interests of + minister. gone on his own and was about crop .
a working day as the average Preaching the first + grown on ONE acre costs less
I 't 1 tKe public find a defender when the tinploye can stand and continue effi- + and third Sundays in each + 300 feet from the house, shouted, quart and makes more net profit than per V
2,000 4
r President of the United States insists + month. Forenoon "Here it is! And he had found a
cient work. But the railway brake- sermon at 11 grown on TWO acres ; you know; that.
that this demand must be granted, not + and evening sermon at 7:30. + newly dug and filled in grave. Later : Good commercial 1
man, while he is on duty, has little or fertilizer, rightly used,
!t t 11-cs.use it is just, but because of the nothing to do so long as the train is ++ Church board meeting the first + the wheelbarrow was found close by, i usually makes the difference between .fjy ;
Sunday in each month. + and a spade and hoe found i 1,000 :,
dire results that will follow if the 1 in motion. He has not Loyal was along- auarts. or less and
.: as strong r 4' Daughters meet every Friday + I side the house. A 2,000 quarts, or more, per
threat was empanelled 1
is carried out ? Can right -
any : claim for the eight-hour the + acre-the fertilizer
as afternoon at 4 o'clock. cuts down what each
Ladies + and a car sent in quart i
was to j c
I thinking man justify such threat? bring out :
a I i workman in the car shop or the laborer + Aid Society meets the first Fri- + costs you 3
Coroner '
Marshall and >
: It differs from the threat of the highway in the section + day in each month Undertaker ,
at 3:30 +
t I robber only that it is made on a :I If President Wilson means that society + Sunday school every Sunday p.m. + Dais. Upon their arrival the body |! The better your fertilizer, the more. quarts .:

I i vastly larger scale, for it is a hundred I,' favors the universal eight-hour + at 10 a. m. Everybody welcomeat + was dug out and one of the mysteries you get from each acre and the l less each ;

+ was explained. John .... .. ..0:; ... :
; i trillion persons who are held up in- 'I Hay as a practical working proposi- these services. + Muller had : you. Armour Ferti'izc-r! (the '
bought 18 feet of wire from the Kpn1 result of than ;
I stead of one.Engineering. I tion he .- more 30
i is on unsafe ground. Everyone I --- ---- nn I years'manufacturing .
: : News has for + EPISCOPAL-Rev. rnerl Hardware Company that morning experience-25 years in Florida
more concedes the desijibility of a A. Osmond < i -car ul study ;

t / I th-in :30 years been a prominent and I i ;'orterol'!\ nlZ: day if the greater + northing, priest in charge. of and it was somewhat puzzling ns of crop needs by trained scientists, and the '4

1 outspoken advocate of better economic 'leisure it affords is rightly used; but + Sunday school 9:30 a m. Morning *I to the motive. The body of his mother i work of a na icn-\\ de organizatiot.!, nukes <,I

conditions for the great mass of the 'lest people prefer to work longer prayer and sermon, 11:00 wh-'n brought to the surface showd most quart with biggest: cash difference '_

f. r -ople, and especially for those who hours in order to earn more mone\-I o'clock. Evening prayer and that he had used this to tie her FOR YOU between cost and net' icturn. ,'

I. labor! with their hands. It has tkv .i] be aMe! to buy more of the sermon' 7:00 o'clock. Choir re4, fl'tth.. Three bullet wounds in Make Armour FertilIzer YOUR ffruliser. .

i ;. a leading l part in the long stride'n .hrw. :'rt. Trp- ... rnilu-n-._;.. .. ..,.....t"'in'-j:......10.. heral. Saturday, 3:30 P.1.: her head was the cause of death I Booklets free.Armour.
establish Cover control of F That both murders were premeditated i- :
I : mer.t pub- 11n"f'1\'(>s dt not want: shorte- ur< .

I .. :! ..: 1'" utilities and measures to pieve".t 11. lars r wi tes for their present + :METHODIST-Rev. John A. + and well nlanned i is< evidencedby

I public oppression, monopoly end ...t,- ...1::.. r.OU"3. + Hendry, pastor. Sunday school the fact that the grave of the''!

11! : rr abuses '"' rombinPriore: ff rn:'..1 !- rid'"g! th" omentous <"= at 9:45: .\\1.: Morning w father. which was about fifty feet I
:... qup Hoe. n-on from the road, had been Fertilizer
It ; either
recognizes the right nec's rn '\\'hp'J-!" o1- rot ro erne the de- O'clock: evening + dug Worlis

I. i of labor orirpr.irp.tions to pr-it../'t !ht.".. nnnd f tr railway! broth bo'>f5 it" service, 7:30 I o'clockPRESBYTERIANRev. !late Tuesday or early Wednesday;; for Jacksonville Fla. .

. 11 I ; from injustice and oppression: b- is proper of course to forecast the ,+ + passers-by state that they saw fresh ,

unhesitatingly condemns the attempt srls :if the\ demand is refused. re-i, + H. C. 4 dirt close to the roadside about 10

t.c 1 .' of combinations, either: of labor or of i 'drf rrihvav o cials in WashinTto" : + 4 n-"nison. Pastor. Sunday + o'clock Wednesday morning.: That the

.! 'I, ., capital, to exact from the public, M bot qvalififd to irdee as to th" +4 school at 9:45 A. M. Preach- mother was killed first was also evi ..4rlnourFertilizers

;'f I I d-r threat of violence, anything extent of the difficulties which will'I me cervices! at regular hours. + dent, for he could hardly have had!

f J ..' which they are not willing to un// result if the brotherhoods carry 1\1)* ++ Morning service at 11 A. M; + time to go back home and commit his

Evening: service, 7. Visitors + dastardly crime between the time
f .1' t 'ir right before an impartial their threats. It is very doubtful. + h"
cordially invited
to I
worship 4 killed his father and that
' nrl j whether other classes of railway em- + with when the
f of the nH 4 deputy went out in search of him. He ..
Undoubtedly a large part ployes would sympathize with and .'***++ +K.4.4
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+ + + + + + + + NOTICE OF ELECTION 101 this amendment into effect. I Now therefore be it ordained by tfie Town rstssseujssfstmtes.rs.s VERY HARD SUBMARINE WORK
; + The votes cast in compliance with the proposed Council of the Town of Slake in the Stateof

LEGAL NOTICES 1 The Legislature of 1915 under amendments and the en\us. declarationS Florila: 4
WHERES. Section 1. ordinance of CLOWNS AND CUPID
+ + + + + + + of of the State of Flor. and returns thereof shall be subjectedto I That
+ 1865,
.;: ; + + + + + + did three Joint Resolutions the same regulations and restrictions a the ordinances of the Town of Stark Fl-irid.i.: Germans Now Using Ther: Under-Sea-

amendments pass to the Constitution prlinK are provided by law for general elect.ons in passed on the first. day of AUIuct, 116 by the Boats to Strew Mines for
MASTER'S SALp. Town Council of the Town of and
the State of
; Starko
State of Florida and the same were agreed to Forda. Enemy Warships.
August 2. 1916. by Mayorof
and three-fifths of the members WHEREOF. I appr\'ed.
that under by by a of
Notice is firal hereey decree riven of fore-closure. made elected\'ot each house ; that al votes on said have hereunto set my hand and the said Town be. and the same is hereby By LOUISE OLIVER. C
4rte rif x affixed the Great Seal of theSEAL confirmed. i Mines have laid in
\ in certain cause in Joint: Resolutions were entered upon their respective 1,1'1 thp
. entered pn.lnl ( State of Florida at Section 2. That the Clerk is hereby instructed -
fh. Court of Journals with the y.a and nays Talahuse sea b vessels '.' for
Circuit FlorIda } ep
the Capitol this to this ordinance in the Bradford th the chancery side said thereon and they did determine and direct t\ent. puLJh
CunI. on ..It.d on the 2Hth day of court AUI that the said Joint Resolutions be submittedto fifth day of July A. D. It6. County a new'paJr published 1 Miss Lynda looked furtively at her that purpose. The powers of

S..I. is com the electors of the State at the General I CLAY CRAWFORD. weekly in the Town (1 Florida in Europe have built suhmaJines to kill!,
_., 1916 whe.rin.G.
A. D. Paran E. Young Ellen S. Election! in November 1916. 8-4-141 Secretary of State. such manner and for such tme as is customary niece in the pew beside her, then side
ph i'. M .t Ir..t in the promulgation of the ordinances and destructive engines of warfare
the I
y"un"Cornelius Youn. NOW THEREFORE. I. H. CLAY CRAW- i ways across the aisle to where
i"'E.' *"" 1 J. H. Pollard and Inez ]I FORD. Secretary of State of the State of NOTICE OF FISAi, DSCHARGE of the said Town. with they have proved to b(,. I
Younl. riori-a do hrr.-by notice that a Six month after date htrl toWI. the Section 3. This ordinance shall go into effect Langleys sat. Billy was there
S. BHubbard Company.Lmrmtion. a ci"c
PolUrd. and 14th 191.. I will immediately its and The Germans have recently utilizetl!
defendants the un.lemwd I Januar. present my upon passage an his father and the fact that his clear
are will sell Uforo tie court will GESERAL.LECTIS Florida on vourltr and account to the Honorable proval by the Mayor the best interest of the during submarines for mine-laying.! That
htld silent
muMt-r b tenor voice report
young was as
Gardiner County Judge of Bradford Tew. demanding it.
&lplal of Pra-lford county. Florida! on Tuesday next the first Monday in Gt.
bue MONDAY. OCTOBER 2. 1916. | olnu"r. /.. succedinl. said Tuesday being county. Florida a administrator of the estate Passed on this the oth day of September. the singing of the hymn as Sara's has not been rice long but as
hi-hosl of D. S. Wheeler, deceased and asked to far cs anyope can leirn is authen .
the -pal hour of sale to the the 1"1t own sweet soprano confirmed her suspicions i
bcteen be dischrased such administrator.This R. MATTHEWS.
and best bidder for cash and following )l.rad- j, for the rat.fication or rejection of the said the 14th day of July 1916.D. Attest Chairman. of C"unr:1: of two days' standing. There tic. Laying mines J>y this means would

real "tat.Florid.itu.t.i and "inl. fol- Joint Resolutions proposing amendments to W. MANNING. C.a. FUTCH. had been a not be impossible. anJ it is very probable -
county. & quarrel
for the Con.tituti.n of the State of Florida viz : Administrator of the estate of D. S. Wheeler. Town Clerk. that it is being dono in war
). twit: quarte- of the southwest quar. deceased. .-U. mo .Appro-.ed this: 6th d,, of Sentemlwr. 116.! "Bless their hearts, she sympathized Z.JI

T see'ion sixteen. and the southwest yuar- A JOINT! RESOLUTION Froposing an Amendment -- -- i C. F. HOOVFR. with her thoughts miles away waters today. The mines themsekes
qurrter of section en.utn of the NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE I :lnol of Town of Starke. FlorVaORDINANCE the are carried on the submarine. A ho
trr of the southeast .I\ to Section 1 of Article 9 Six months after date I will present to the 9.". r. from the song. "I wonder what
and the north half of the nothasl.Ynnrer State Constitution. Relating to Taxation low. airtight conipirtnifnt contains
the half of the nortfcaM: Hon. Ge-o. A. Gardiner. as County Judce ef trouble is. And her eyes. roving

.aarater! and of the s.utl northwest quarter anal the i Be it and Resolved Finance.by the Legislature of the Stateof final Bradford accounts county.Administratrix Florida my ,of ourh.n the and NO. R away from her book as though in the mines; the chamber or compartment -

quarter of the northeast quarter ofetinn Florida: eb'meef i t n ordinance ameneiinsection 160 of the is vertical, and the mitas are
outhwest S. J. Sternburg. late of Bradford county. i I search of the cause found
half of the of it
north 1 of general
and Codified Ordinance's
of Section a n.tuf
M twenty ; That the following amendment Flor da. and ask to dLscharge-j : above the other in the in-
Uatwtlte dl-l.a. b to houses of ill There he was-the stranger-In a placed one
section relating
northwest quarter of twenty-one 9 of Article 9 of the Constitution of the State such the Town of Stnrke. I
scrw in the south.-a.tt quarter : all in relating to Taxation and Finance is hereby as fameBe'. I just ahead to the right. closure. The submarine then sallies!
This the 18th day of August 1916. I pew l*
Township seven south of range twentytwotut agreed to and shall IM submitted to the electors STERNBURG.Administratrix it ordained and enacted t )the a1I'r'n forth with its dt-aih-dt-aliig load. &'
containing two hundred and eigity.eight of the State for adoption or rejection at AGE estate of S. J. 'of the Town of Starke'. in counci a.'mhl! r. I'I'I i j "Humph! concluded Miss I.ynda
more or lees. I the next general election hereafter ; that is to SI.rn- I Seton 1. That the said section with involuntary contempt, bet When the area designated for the

aer EVERETT M. JOIISsT' "I say. that Section 9 of Article 9 of the Constitution burg- -dotaed.- !-1- .6m- I ''.lf..1 Ordinances "eif General .tur. of fill ,I r that circus agent who has "Il here mines is reached and a mine is to be
A. V LONG. Sifci.il| t.lst-r. i of the State amended to read as the of Starkt relating to houses
Complainant's Solicitor. 913t. follows : b NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED fame. h.n'I' 's amended so as to read as a week and walked home with Sara laid the mine-layers M water Into the

I "S4 ction 9. There shall 1* exempt from UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4SS8 VecVion the other night is to blame for the chamber. The door which seals the
taxation to the \alue of five hun- ,
property 5.
UNDER SECTION OF FLORIDA. I j fitrrndrnt! on her for upport and to "", u'rcha1'er of Tax Certificate No. ( dated I ling. room premise's or other place- within too, that he won't walk home with her shell of the submarine's hull.
H>!t. LAWS who is a Imna f.de resident Of the S'at the 'trd! lay of Aug-jft. A. I).. 1914. has filed the limits nf said town used for the
Hereby notice i given that D. W. Moore. 11..r..n lost a limb or been disabled in war said! certificate in m> office and has made ;' of ".prostitution or "n.wl or ." purl"s"l after the sermon, either, if I can help This door is opened, and cnn after another

of sale certificates application for tax lied to issue in accordance the eif prostitute- the mines liberated from
purchaser taJ numl.r<1 or l.y mi.rortun. puted to resort It. Not I am in as good health as are
,tpccthclY 187. 194 and 198 ksu.d ty with law. Said certificate embracesthe sons of lewd character is. Ind the same is their submarine
"ax Ccllnrtor for Bradford County. Flurila. following eie erilied pmiwrty situated inBradford hereby declared to a disorderly house dwngereius I am this minute, he won't! prison. They are not

cub of .aid certificates Icing dated I \ JOINT RESOLUTION 'rl.linl| an amendment countv Florida to wit : Com. at to the IK nr." morals of the Town. The hymn closed and the sermon simply dropped into tho ocean a OM

day of Auttust. A. D. In4. has filed the said to Sections 2. 3 and 4 of Article VIi NE Cor of SEI, of Sec. 24 and run S. 161 I and all persons J.pi'v. residing in. frequent- Miss heard of it. might drop a stone; placing them
began. Lynda none
certificates in my otirt and ha made application | .f the Constitution of the State of rds.. th.nc. W. 20 rds.. thence N. 160 rds.. I I ing, or at any tim. f."nd in sameare hereby prop
fur ta' issue in accordanceith i Relating to Census and Apportionment.P thenot F 20 rds to pt of U-g. Slo 24. Tp 8. 1 declared! to be disorderly persons guilty of Her thoughts were busy. "here will erly takes care and skill and special

law. The said certificates resiwetivt-ly! it Resolved by the Legislature of the Stateof R. -2. 2't acre*. Thf'scid land l"ino assessed disorderly conduct wi'Mn the meaning of this have to be something done," she kept appliances.
embrace the following lands in Bradford Florida: it 'be <.lt. of the issuance .jf such certificate Scctii.n. The owner al'l nt, I.. or proprietor -. "
county foid. assessed at the date of the That the following amindments to the Con in the name of Mrs C. N. Payne. Unless of anv house of ill fame, or house premLe saying to herself. "Poor things! she Each mine has its anchor, which

Uiuance certificates in the names respectively stitution of the State of Florida be, and the said I ('rtifcltt shall br redeemed accoring ', or place used as the resort of persons. sighed. and glanced again at Sara. goes to the bottom. The "an
hereinafter particularly bet forth tame are hereby ditreed to. and the same bhal to law. ,'d will issue th..rn on of lewd character as aforesaid shall lx conJsidered soale
lx submitted to the ll.ctor of the Stat. U'th dav of Septc-n-U-r A. D., 1918.M'itno.t a keeper| of a disorderly house an.1any Her thoughts continued: "Of course chorage cable" is manipulated such
"CERTIFICATE No. 187 embraces the \VU o the general ,'election in 191&. for ratification grflfjection my offici.il eiornature and seal this I person B upon conviction of Iwing such talking to them will do about as much a way that i allows tho mine to float
NW' of SW% and K\3 of the IHth of August? A. D.. of '
NW'i and : day 1916. keeper of a disorderly house or fflu..nt-
good as trying to put out a fire with from its anchor at a certain specified
of Sec. 5. Tp. 8, S. R. 22 E. HO acres.a Section 2 of is hen by amended W. T. WEEKS. inc or being found in the same shall be punished

CERTIFICATE No. 194 embraces the SW'i I The shall convene in the ida. fifty d"l.r. or by mprisonment not exceeding there ought to be some way! The The complete secrecy insured by
of NE>4 and Lots 1 2 3 4 Sec. 22. Tp. 8. S. year 1919 and thereafter shall consist of one By R. A. WEEKS e>r by both such fine and imprisonment -
B. 22 E. 235 acres assessed Mel rose Manufacturing member of the Senate from each county in Deputy Clerk. I ) the discretion of the Mayor. circus Is Tuesday and Billy was to mine-laying in this method would appeal -

Co. I the State and of one mtmbr of the House .SE.\L I 8-11-ft Passed by the Town Council of Starke. take her, but he won't now. I believe particularly to any bdligerent, because
CERTIFICATE No. l'J8 embraces Lola 5 and 5th l of September. 1916.E. I
or county in the Florida this the clay
Re.s.ntath't lrm I i I have the taint glimmering of a plan! the more secret mine-laying can
S. R. 22 80 acres assessed S. MATTHEWS.Charman .
t. S. I. Tp. 9. E State for every ten thousand of populationtherein NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE
!. Manufacturing I or the major fraction thereof where Six months after this d.tt. to-wit on the I .Town Council. : Yes I have-the very thing!" be kept the more perilous i is to tha

Unless, said certificates shall be redeemed ac. j there may be a major fraction left over after 29th day of Januar. 1917. I will present to Attest : And that afternoon she called fluly's foe.
cording to law. ta deed will issue thereon !, dividing the whole number of population of the "" Ge.irire A. Gardiner as CountyJudee C. A. FUTCH. I
on the 2nd day of October. A. D. 1916. the county by the number ten thousand ; Provided of Bradford Cour.ty. Florida my vouchers -: Town Clerk.Approved father on the 'phone. After Lang-

Witness my official signature and seal this that each count shal have at least one and final accounts as executor of the tart by me- tl.is the' fith dav of September. ley concluded with: bad business

the 24th day of Auitust. A. D. 1916. j Jui.nsi-n'.atixe arid that county shal have will anf ltam"nt of W. H. Rivers, deea'.cd.and 1916. I i for to "Its their heads and THIS POEM IS OFTEN QUOTED
T. WEEKS. young men
C. F. ,
I iroro than three R1'.ntath.( in lou t to lie discharced as such executor. HOOVER.Mayor.

9-I.t of RI'I.rentativt shl b elected for a term J. E. FUTCH. !"- -::I. :Mayor. !, I know that. don't we?" "Out Where the West Begins" Seema

---- - -- - -- of two years and th. m'mb..J of the Senate Fxeri'tor of the last Will and Testami nt of --- --- I I to Have Touched Men's HeartsAll
NOTICE OF ELECTION. sha'l lie elected for a term of four )..ar. except W. H. Rivers, deceased.MAYOR'S .-2 -6mo. NOTICE OF .APPIICATION FOR TAX DEED "Yes, indeed. we should Henry, :1I

I as hereinafter: I.ru id..d. The election for -- UM'ER SECTION 8 OF (CHAPTERj I she an'svered. "Xow don't forget instructions. Over the World.

meml.r for each brarch sha'l Iw at the u". PROCLAMATION j $. LAWS OF FLORIDA. "
To the Sheriff of Bradford County of the time and places. The of office of Senators that Wm. Edward. .
t.n X. tice is hereby riven
I. C. F. hoover Mayor of the of
State of Florida: elected in 1916 on the town "f Tax C. N 172. dated On Tuesday at luncheon Miss Lynda In the American Magazine Is an account -
"hal t'Jir. frt l piii-hn er rtilrat. .
Star .
of the
B it known. That I. H. Clay Crawfor.l.Srtr Monday in .\,.ril. 1!> !! Tht tpr of I' Klori'la. >yirtw authority till 3rd day of \ugust. A. D. lull, has filed of Arthur Chapman, a Denver
of State of the State of Florida. lo l..I.1 in m" !'V la\v. ilo h..I.v call an election Fflid casually! over a forkful of
of Senators elected in 191S from the following made
in rffice and has arplira'ii.n -
said I my
notice that a counties to-wit Kscambia Gad,..I'n.Jackon. to heMil at the TOWN HALL in then'linenM salad. "I think to newspaper man, whoo poem entitled
: for ta\ .1. c-I! jester in a'r"r.bO'- Il go up Peter'saTd
: town nv th > thrre'n. .
ELECTIONwill > "
OEXERVL I.eon Madison. T.afaycttp. Taylor. Co r'altl'01"1 e-mhrace the following "Out Where the West ,
with lit*. Paid certificate exchange those gloves before circus Begins
be 'held in Bradford County. State ofFlorida -. Tr.Mlay.! the 12th ( !rI.ml.r. l'lfi.'or ap
Duva! Jef Bra'l-
Marion Sumpter : in '
lumbia. Xa.sau. pro] erty peared-in the Denver Tribune in
the lunt.0 .
of e'le'Ctinir officers .I.scri'd
on Tuesday next 8u the lro.1 time.
cdinl frt ferson. ( Monroe. 1'utnam Volo.ia. Hamil- lolown ford county. to-wit : of SE ,
Mone'iy in November A. D. 1916 the sa: ton. Alachua. Rroward. Liberty. Hemando. O"e: Iio". I iff SE'4. Sec. F.n.J". ". .. S. R. 22! E.. in acres. ",\\ ri/ht." arreed Sara languidly. Chapman has been reminded of his

Tuuday being the ; 1'infllas Brevard. Palm Beach and Levy shal rtn.. Clirk.One The- said land I.in\ a-se sse'd at the date eifj "I'" with poem ten thousand times since. For
SEVENT expire on the first Mt 19I! in the
r.lay j the issuance i eif such
For Senator from the Slat. inJri. al In.lal and Collector. I' c..rtiir"I' n"nl the verses were just starting on the
'nit.d Sltt other S.natot to b el.ted year Three ..Milermen.InsjH'Ctors I of M. Little. Xow this was exactly what Miss
of For Flor.la.Six Monday in All member of theIIUU.4e will issue thereonon
For one Representative of the Second Con- Apri. of Raid election. .1. L. Pek. c.r.lnl to tn. e.el waited moment before an- most popular bit of fugitive verse since
of Rl."r..ntat t rrc!>.ionul District of the State of Florida.in of P. Sh.t..r and T. N. Kendrick. th. Riley in his The New
of the United election in 191S their Urm office Fhal 'n I hereunto Witness my official s! .n"lur and se'al this swering: "I thought maybe youwouldn't was prime.
Sixty-fifth Congress 11''im"nvh"fof.
'h expire on the first Monday in April 1921. Fuhsei1 A. D. 1916. ,
the th day of York Sun which has always had ane'o
and t"e.a' rf S."I'mh.r. booties
my name1 cause th. mind taking those
Stt.. I I thcnafttr the term of office of all members of W. T. WEEKS. i .
p'-r Covernor of the State of Florida. i->-'I to be hereunto affixed this 8th day of alert to the merits of Chapman's
the House of Rl'pltntath't shall commence 9- t. iSEXLi Clerk Circuit C.t.ri. Just finished over to the new Martin
1916. I\'e
of State of the State of Xuv'ust. :
For Secretary the first after the first .
on Tuesday C. F. .--- : baby. I'd do only it's the other column, ran next week 'Out Where the
in April : the At the HOOVR i
Ford. n.t succldnl .Ilotion. I
General of the State of Flor- general 1 and thereafter all Mayor of NOTICE. direction." West Begins. Since then almost
torney el.tion
i.a. ; to b elected shall be elected for a SEAL) Ml-5t In i'iruit! Court. Eivhth Ju.I.1 {rc.lt ef : every paper .of consequence in the
Snator "Certainly fo. auntie, but
'or Comptroller of the Stal of Florida. four years the term to begin on the Florida. Bradford unty. i r we'\
For Treasurer of the of Florida.For tel first Tuesday after the first Monday! in April PUBLIC NOTICE. The \merican 1 rust Company. a cori! !: never get sonts together unless we country has repeated the little poem.

Superintendent of Public: Instruction of of the following year except that when a new Sarl.e. Florida. Council Chamlier. S"I.I-m. jiorati.m. a adniiniitrttor of the estate I i i meet somewhere." The verses have crowed the Pacific
the State of Florida. county is crested the Legislature shall at that ber 1. 1'11. of G. F. Markillie
".r Commissioner of Agriculture of the timi fix the length cf the term of the first flv: IT PF.MEMRF.RED that at a m.. !ngof \: 1 I I "I've thought of th't Tickets are to Australia and Hongkong, and the

State of Florida. Senator to In- .1.rt.f therefrom at two or four the Town Co-mcil of the Town eif StarVe. M. Lynn Mary I. I. nn. Chicago Portrait : on sale at Lynn's bookstore and Atlantic to England. All over the West
For Two Justices of the Supreme Court of Bradford Florida held in ( ,'miafly. coiporat'on.Notice I. Il i
wth; the end in view of Keeping the County. nursuanceP' I '
Yl'ar In and two I you may find the pinned on walls i
to Appear stop pet our together. poem
the State of Florida. number of in balance with the o-l'Tt-rrc number '.of the Ordinances of I
For one Railr-iad Comrrissiont-r of the State number of tht 01 new.S.n"tor: aid Town passed on the first day of August I The State of Florida to Chicago PortraitCenaPv can leave yours for you." and pasted in scrapbooks. I hangs in

of Florida. Section 1 of Article VII of the Constitution 1!>'6. and approved on August 2. li>16. nnd cor *>ratiein. ".affidavit.lnl: that thee'efendant. I I At lunch Mr. Henry Langley said to the office of the secretary of tlm interior -
Senator for 15th Senatorial Dis- It lie'en shown by
for State
i is hereby enuneKd so a to read follows duly promulgated thereafter in r"mpli.ne.with hu'inl
.tr'ct of the State of Florida.For :> > a the precisions therein ..ntain..1 The TovCexin''l Chicago. Portrait Ceitnpany. a corporation. his moody son over a chop: "Billy, I at Washingttn. I has been

Two Members of the House of Representatives "The regular Session of the Legislature that 1 n>tt in it* I'luar! place. of meeting i is a ntn'f.i.I..nt! eif of the said State defendant ef Flor can't pet away until the last second. quoted several times on the lloor of
of the State of Florida. I shall meet in 1:1. shall apportion the representation "aid Town at ::ii1' o'clock f. M on the ida. and that th. f.id'nre
For County Judge. in the House of Representatives as I[ -.t. HIV of Sept.-.nhf-r 1916.! th.r being then i is nth. City of Chicago Illinois and that so on my way downtown 11 stop at the house cf representatives and mayI

For Sheriff. 1'in th's Article provided which apportionment ansI there present the folo\inl m'ml..r of there is no Ion in the State of Florida would Lynn's and get the tickets and leave I dug cut of the fih.s of the Congressional -
For Clerk of the Circuit Court. the ser-ire subpoena upon
be based the last cersus taken by I I said : "
hal upon r"unli one for with! It. : Rccord. At least two
name on governors
you your
For County Asessor of Taxes. th. tate of Florida or by the United States I| S. Bryan. E. S. Matthews! and J.V.. bind said defendant.i .
Fur Tax Collector which ever is the last taken in the several White.. i I i i. t h.'rfor. ordered considered and ad- "Very well dad." Arthur Crpixr of Kansas and John

For County Superintendent of Public In- counties of the State and those that shall V";ent : J. W. .Andrews. Jr.. and J. C. judued that the -saM defendant do Chicago appear 1'or-to A little clever Juggling of tickets between 1". Kcidrick: of Vyc-miig-lia.ve I'
it"ictie.n. trait Company corimration. use
meet ten thereafter shall Wills. I
For County Surveyor.For ;I tion the every representation years in the House appr- V which mI. tinl certain l.rl'dinl.r the Complainant's' Bill of Complaint; hereinon the two older people and the 'Out \Vhre the West nf ins' as cam- II

Five County Commissioners.For r. -. .a': in the n.anner in this Article ; bad amonIhi.h were the fMlowinir toveit : or before the Pth day of Ort.l..r. A. 11. estranged lovers found themselves la.l-n m.lrial. High school boys declaim 1
M-mberi of the County certain ordinance 1916. in default whereof a decree! pro con. to
Thr Bard idd.vhch shall be ; Bryan presented a
aroriulnlnt ha'l,1 up I r''I.rima' the said Chicago gether. : it when they are graduated and SI
C'1ut'lie Instruction. em the last census enumeration; taken by after it< I'nl read! lv thr clerV. fesso w'll be entered against '
""r of the Peace in and for the Portrait Company. n corporation.It The around oniticmsts ( it at the bead of
Jus'irl Plate of Florida or by the United States, m. that the rules 1 suspended and the procession was starting ling
following Districts, viz : I -hrh is the last taken before the I >,-n-.jnv con-ent .f lie is further ordered! that this notice 1M'
Jutc ever is e present m..mllr in the Bradford County the ring with a blare of trumpets anda t. cir audiences. Enterprising firms I!
*o. One.vo. so apportioning the representation otiitini'l I to consider the orlinanre I. re.vl published T..ll'IMph.a .
Two. Ltlislatur convene." I without same to the committee on newspai published at Starke in Hrad.r(1 band. The look of indignation on have get it out on their advertising as I

No. Three. I Section 4 of Article VII of the Constitution -i Rules t.ws r..rtrrnl Ordinances the said motion county. Florida once each week for fve con. Sara's face and the amazement and touver.irs. You may pick nit on ,i
Four. hereby amended to read fol seconded by Councilman White. The s.'tuthe ..eks.IX i
so as
'. Five. Iow i a j: (b..inl'irrmnn the motion and ca'leil, to" WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto perplexity on Billy's were Instantly postal cards at curio stores and find i I

No Six. ; "When an new county is cratt by the I I j an "a v.. FtalM 0"" \"i.'" and the motion r>re- set mv hand and affixed the seal of our arrested. Primal instincts were obliterated on sofa pillows and birch bark ornaments. -
) of Septemlier. -
Vo. Seven. !! Legislature shall be entitled one Senator ait.-'i. rarh of t*>. *,-:'< I Co-.inc'lmen "ntno Circuit Court on this the 2nd day In the
No. !lht and one member of the House of Representatives "1\'"' favor of the paid mntol. Thereu'rn. A. D. 1916. I r magical parade before '

o unt'l the next enumeration proxide'd for I C"'lcilmAn Pn'*" ","rd that 'h<- ordinance W. T. WEEKS. them, a glittering pageant of fairest % :

';0 Ten. in Section R. of this Article that shal betaken be nd No Eleven. after the creation of the new I hv Councilman Whi'e. and Ih'n,1 --- '
For Constable :n and for the following Jus- county. or until the r.ext census enumeration i th.rt nut to a vote of "ayes"and "nnv ". the FEES AND COMMISSIONS OR OTHER REMUNERATIONS races of five colors animals of General InsuranceI

Ik. Distrcts. viz: that shall be taken by the United States if ,I f .1 beine' cal! "d. the aio nnfinan'-e v'aiI COLLECTED AND BY all countries with trappings right out I I
America after the creation of the said new I unanimously adopted by th. l',11 of all m"nKer COUNTY OFFICERS THEI j I
!umbr Two. I county whichever shall the sooner be taken .. of the Council | "'lt. ( rh of the paul OFFICIAL EXPE SFS. of the "Arabian Xights" and music represent none but FIRST

Three. after the creation of the said new county when 'mlnll1'ot'nV 1 "aye. th.r being no votes"nay. Statement shtll'inl the gross receipts calculated to lure the genii of Aladdin CLASS
Number Four. I total expenses and net amount of receipts companies and will be
t shall b entitled to one member of theI each saio \01. Is recoiled a* foliovsS. : ri Into the big
Numbr Fve I House of Representatives for every ten thousand -I "'\' "' Bryan E. S. Matthews. J. or amount the office has mao. in each h tent constantly on the 'alert pro-
of population or the major fraction i i W u",:.. cat. compiled for publication the reports Billy watched and munched. Sara, t

Number Seven. thereof the same as other counties." t i "Nays"- rr' of county otic.r_ of June Bradford 30th.countyfor 1916. giving herself up to the delights of the mote your interests. Guarantee i'

Number Eilht A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an amendment i Th. -ud 0":''"Ct i is in the if !io-.\ .n munis' the six courteous treatment all
Number to Section 1 of Ariclt VI of the and! figures to-wit : under Chapter 6><15 of the Laws of Florida. biggest show on earth. forgot her t pa
Number Ten. I. of Florida W. V. KNOTT and trons. A well written policy bya
Constitution the as I Ordinance No. R7."An neighbor gazed Intently at the
Number Eleven.In by Joint Resolution No. 2. Acts ordinance confirming the provisions Comptroller.
test'mony I hereunto set amendt a"f W. T. circu't court receipts. spectacle. The romp In the rings bean first-class agent in a first-
'hef'f ha\'t Relating to Suffrage and Eligi I 5emert.- r' .rdinsnce number $ of the 'VPk. cl.rl
my hand and < Great Seal of the bility.! ordinances of Slarke. FWi' r>a< .on tn. ? .R 3'1: EXI.n .s. $!:I.I. : Net receipts.8751l1. and heads were turning like class company sometimes means ,:

Ctite of Florida at T.lahuse. the Capital.this BE it Re.ohrd the Legislature of the State frst .'av of iiut l416 n-fcVi ,.-.t: knobs
on pivots to
b Sl.Mft.15 : trying see every- much in case of loss by fire.
t. A. D.IL S. Denmark receipts.
th tw.nty-fourh dlY AUlu : of Florida: the construction of certain street improvements i h.'rif. .
1911 I That the rol"winl am.ndment to Section 1 I in the Town of StarVe. Florida! and 'or evnenses, S"tS3.44 : rt'C.lpl. $ 34..1. thing at once. Bears rode bicycles,

s'H.. CLAY CRAWFORDD. I 101 Article Constitution of the Stateof the aSsessment of I portion of t*. total rot C;. A. Gardiner county judge re.int.. S745.- elephants had a ball game, ponies H. C. RICHARD Starke
( Secretary of State. Florida be and the same is hereby agreedto thereof ncninst 'he nroiiertv abutting S'll I 54 : ex".n..s. $35.0: net r.ipl $.19..3. ,
) S. B. DE Bradford G. W. Hazen CouMy treasurer receipts.'sv.iii.49 were living pictures Chinamen spun : _
I\RK. Sh.rif. and be submitted to the electors of ( .Iinl the said improvement. 1i
eT. 9.1 the shl the gtrl election in 1916 for "" 'UFTE The. T-.." Council or ... Ton : erpenses $li .('" : net receipts f.6.- by their hair equestrians did stunts,

ratification or rejection : of tart. FW'da Hid on the first elq.r' $1.- and acrobats risked their lives. + + + + + + + .
+ + + + + + +
Srrtion male on pf the are of 49.n tax c"n.ctor. receipts. .
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED 1 F'"I' I $ end in pursuance of 1"1 nowen1p 1 DO\lnl. $97.1.02. .
UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER twenty-one years .! upwards who is a citizen -, .nfr>>.d br the Cha-.r of F.i.1 Town andthe f: : .x..no.. 11.19' net receipts. ;. Then came tbe coW n whole dozen + +

4888. LAWS OF FLORIDA. I| of the United States at the time he applies -. ,', .rAI laws of the Sla'l of Florida r..Inlh. |- D. Wain\'rlht. lax a..OI. I-ts. of them with their ridiculous Jit- + SEABOARD TIME TABLfl
1 receipts none.
shall 1 deemed qualified ... : 1.5.10 net o
to register a theroto. oHinan < H .. nnn. e"'tns. (:
Notice is hereby given that B. E Hall. elector at all elections under the Constitution for ao..pld.* etnn' ptr'-.t :-n.' r.ments Justice of the Peare. noys, biby bucei, airships and patrol + +

purehIgr of Tax Certificate No. 161. dated tif the Stat of Florida i-rovide'd. that he ; tl. in ton.trl the Town of Florida o.l!.1i B. L. m.nrhard. d strict No. 1. receipts wagons. Hilly let out a snort of +
the p.M' Starlp. New time table takes effect +
3rd day of August. A. I). 1914. has none, ret rece-ipts. $
fl",1 \ eNpense-s. 1.:1.
: v\ng : t'a' of the total! l
Mid certificate in my office and has 0..1 He shall have resided and had his permanent -i tv.. r. ..r>. mrnt.nnst the a ronetlv ".n.lff ,; W. Lewis district No. 5. Io..i"t; ., 33..1: glee and Sara tittered. Another threwa + 12:01 a. m., Sunday May 28, 10. +

&"plication; for tax deed to i issue in accord- home and jJace of ahod. in the State of >nting the sa'd i""r"'nt. ahlltin.rhl or- e.xrenscs. 2.50 : net leceipts. $31.20. rubber rock on an Invisible string In + Trains will arrive in Starke as +

ante with law. Said c.rtilr.t.I.ml.rru the For! ca for one year end in the couMy wherein I ";"an I"n" dedeqte.d a.a"f.Far tm T. W. Sweat. district No. 6. r..i"ts.! $2.nO ; their direction and as they both
following +
d."rrl" d i-riperty in Bradford $2.00. : +
situaltd he applies to register for six months. previous her )- of the ordinances of the Town of eYN n'es. none : net rece-ipta.
county. Flor da. to-wit : thereto. Starve I. andMttrnpej W. G. Seals district No. 7. receipts. $39.43 ; dodg"d they bumped heads. The missile + +
SW'.4 of SEI ,. '.'.-,. .. S. R. 21 .:. -
? Tp none : net receipt I
49 He must be able to read \.ritl and intcrrr I ; > v the provisions of section 0 rx"ense-s. $3:1.4:1 retreated after coming within a +
aCr. The said land! being at theof district No. 8. Jacksonville to Tampa +
a.sl.s..d t Section; of the Con-titution of the I n. J'irt $11;
of the said I ordinance number fa. the t"il Il.\t
a. )
'. issuance of puch certificate in the State of Florida at th' tme; he applies to resister : -l c in-trticted. immed'ate'y itnr.n 'H.. ex-ienses. none : net I cfi.t. $10.v. foot of them. Sara screamed and' No. 1 .11:14 p. w. + l
name of N. I I". Cautren.Unless and xote.He ". \ T. Reaves district No. 9. rr.ipts. $3.20 ; then laughed hysterically. She felt
i i.n'i. nn"' approval thereof by the T.\ No. 3 __ _ n10:40n.m. +
said shall I I
c..rife31 I. rtH-nw.1 ac must own in hi. own right property 10 expenses. $ .27 : n.t receipts. $4.93.
ansi Mayor respectively to publ'-1
that she would
tr.nl. to law.. tax deed wi isu. thereon the value of not less than fhundrtd dollars Cnnnri nn"p w!<-.. frr tot rons.'. \. ( Crewslistrin No. 11, receipts '5..:: go crazy i shecouldn't + No. 9 2:52 p.w.: +
2nd day of October. P. 191C. nr.lirlnrf I receipts. $ ..35.Constable .
r Witness which fact shall be ( by ulh't'p.b weeks in the Bradford CotintvT | ne- $3.40. : ne't say something! to somebody. + +

the 2 9th my official signature and seal this ?V assessment books of the county at the !let'rai.h. new.p +
day of August. A. D. I No. 4. receipts. $12.& to Key
i I'l. I he aiplirs to register and J. Williams
ditrie :
ti.f \1. I 's' '. Pra-l-'ord Florida in order R
"_-... W. T. WEEKS. I He must not have been convicted previousto ,..lit .v.. nro'vr"v COII"or other persons interested exiK-nses none : let receipts $12.$5. his knee and declaring that something + No. 15 5:04 p. rn. -f

.SEAL)Circuit Court. Bradford County.9.1.51.F!:". the time he applies to register or vote. of might be O\'r.tor.l.t notice of theisits "r. C. N. Shaw distrct No. S. receipts $1 : was "rich." Evidently he was feeling I + +
larceny. forcerpe't'urv or ,,' expenses none : net receipts $4.
1.II.fl' blihr I vi J nil rcq'iir.-"en's the ad ordi. the same when he
, 1'in any .r tl court cf any State caner and have amok onnortunitr to tirsentobiection J. R Sapp d strict No.6. r.ipts. ione.expenses way was babbling + Tampa te Jacksonville +

( IrE OF APPLICATION FOR TDEFD ''":I. State*. or if 5 convicted he must against the enforcement of the reqnirements none : net receipts none. to himself. + No. 2 4:54: a. n. +
p. UNDER SECTION' S OF CHAPTER 4SSS, :i'.,. .. been restored to the rights of citize'n- of the said! which ..a"1"I. L. Sapp. di.-trict No. 8. receipts. $207.43 : What silly I -
ordinance geese they had been to
i LA,VS or FLORIDA shin. .'. tli" V.v the term-- of the orl'nanreerre expenses, none : net receipts. $207.45. + No. 4 .__u_ 3:42 p.m.No. +
' Notice is Riven that O. W. Thomas. however. That un. J. J. Byrd. district No. I 1. $3.60 : quarrel, and what a gay funny world
hereby l'nt.d. no Nreon or tl b submitted :n writ'ni' to the Town C-". receipts + 10 (LimiteJ: )_.. 5:5I'. TV +
Pnrchasor of Tax Certificate No. 1: dated 'rrndant of any such person who "'; cil on or before 7:30( o'clock P. M.. fi. Fifth exiiensec. $3.25 net receipts. $ ..85.Tax was after all.
the *
Srd day of Auinift. \. D. 1114, ha 4.5 commissions on I -
I 1M Januar first 1867 or prior thereto entitled day of September. 1<16. specifically and clearly Assessors are paid
ash c cert'ficate in my office and has made ap11.1.tll vote under the Constitution and laws of setting forth the na.on. any .. ,-.---''. current.tax assessment usually between the Along came a steam roller whichran + Cedar Key to Jack onit 4-

for t' dttd. tc issue in accordance any of the States or T.rritorif. or entitled owner or other ner ons miffht have first Monday in October and December 31,'. over rubes. Sara began to giggle + No. _. +
'ev. ..rifrale Imh..s tIe fo1a.ng -' '> -rder any form of go\'emmfnt or an- and d.i.! to ur re intefFt.t I nrore.m..nt of ad remaining 1-5 j generally paid after again and Billy looked sidewise. Their 1 :: a.m. h
i! scril d pro; rty si'nati-d P-a.lfor4 naturalized citirtn or his .sc.ndant! shall the ,\.i.ion. of the said ordinance. July let of the folo'nl year. + +
oumy, Flora, to witEU of SW'I and be denied the rii-'ht to register and vote h I WHF.PE .>- ai" njiM i.ed eyes met in a rapture of merriment."IsIsn't + Wannee Trains +
F* o.dnnnt.was -
of s. 4. Tp 7. S. R. 20 E. ra'ise he hall not be alle to read write "
"'. T<-, bdnl assessed at the internret any Section of the Constituton: cf rrjnt as a'orefa'd"ubl'Vution. the nr".JnrC""nty Tel '- Avoid Colds. I I silly? laughed Sara + (Daily Except Sur.day) 5

late name of Ih i.F".n. of tl cert:! R" the State of Florida: as above provided or be- the th. llth. l
of UNKNOWN. Unls said certificate cau'e he shall not own property of the value 1916. a"I the lt day of Feptember. 1 and caught the hand and gave a surreptitious -
: and + No. 104 4-
F arrives Starke 2:45
watch for the first sneezes i m.
deed house
brcording law.
111.b 1.llnlrf to tax above specified : naturalized! citizens of ,
th va3t'nrq. the fait Town Co'n"i! d4 ". tat }
18U. theln on the 12th day of Septem ] Un't'd State howe %er. at the time they I. the ti;>ne and elate mentioned in the ". try t keep tb.3 germs from spread squeeze. "Best thing I ever + T. J. CRIFFIN. Ajent. +
A. D.. 1916. and before admitted saw! he "I
they shall be to register agreed
nance f"the mimose of + +
\\ Make the victim cough sneezein enthusiastcaUy.
'tn. arol'lio ronsit..rinl ing. or
In itf'cial seal this
present to the registration officer certifiI
.ilnatur -
ta* 10th day,of AUlust. .. ant I shal of his natural zatlon. or a duly authenticated m rM separately nroperly each filed and ,\'er. the nrt.t-nfoi-e-lI"t his handkerchief, and after the was Just wondering if we couldn't + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I
T. WEEKS. ; hunt up our agent friend and get him
thereof. .
: ? copy ment the provisions and requirements handkerchiefs are soiled put them In '
C1e.Circuit. Court Bradford Cou-ty. ForIda. Section 2. Upon the adoption of this: attend- the aid ( rinant. but no person a"r*a'r-i es., In front of that roller!" with a grin. Read the Bradford County Te'.ej
i dish covE'th nl'h Crater
ment to the Constitution the Legislature shall a special ,
presented attains tthe "
l I SEAL s.n.5t enact appropriate laws to carry the purpose :I thereof any: objPtions enforcement and boil them for Cf a:a nl1utl!. "Let's for| t bin proposed Sara. graph-the home paper.




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I H "r.,. ...-t "',j-- :\I ,.,l's. E. E. Burney, Albert Mos- Mr. Walter :M. Graham, of St.wart Mr. L. A. Duncan will erect a laced i-Ir. i-...' Mr--. I' L. il-jring;: ; ad ;;
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I,. :;. I : -"' -ii -- -,- ley, of Lawtey. were .transacting is visiting l his parents, Mr. r'. c.i3Cious: : ] house in the near' t-: J. N. Lan fol'l were visitors to

,. I I)1"it ---" .,._.-..._---. _--. \ mess here Tuesday.: ':.Mr:. W. S. Graham, here this wek.Mr. on the vacant: lot where his: ot' ;.ia'c Farm T :e>ilay.j thi

, a. :!.''i : r l Ii I The Lawtey Telephone! Companyhas Raiford Reddish spent )lc: d"yin hens used to stand. ''I j Miss LouAnanda Pinholster 'l 1-4'

i' County News ItemsIfttcrcstintf -- I just finished installing seven new ::arke. 1 Mr. D. F. Floyd is spending this | tirday for Yellow Water in ??

; 11 phones in our burg and are going to Mr. H. W. Raiford returned to his week at Glen St. Marys doing some'' county, where she will tearh.,

run their line on to Sapp Station, home here Tuesday! after a two- contract work. I I Mr. D'ewey Pinbolster] left 3 .turfjf

" which shows you that we are not dead weeks' visit in Georgia.G. Mr. P. :M. Padgett and family hive for Florahome Putnam countyvno:

t Facts Gathered During the Week by Our I C. Livingston, of Starke, w:.:, a returned from an extended auto trip he i.s gQingto teach.

Regular Correspondents.I here.There will be preaching at the tent Insine.ss'isitor here Tuesday.Mr. through North and South Carolina... j Mr. f.;; R. I'oppell and F. :'1. Rirei.t

,, Sunday at 11a. m. and 7SO:; p. m. All I J. L. Stalsby, of Lawtey, w.-< Mrs T. R. Kelley! and daughter! "here business visitors to Starke Man:

are invited to attend these services. transacting business in Raiford Saturday DeLoris, of Madison: have returned ( day. ;
I I j
The correspondent' has been on a home after spending a mos' pleasanttime :Miss: Inez Markey left
1 ; J OOCv000000Cv Friday fa
t, <'# !' '!' '!> '!' 1> 1);' 0 p vacation,, but will now be ready with :Mrs. J. T. Nelson and little dau:! !'- with her father and mother, Mr.! J Avon Park DI Soto county where Abe

'!' PALESTINE. '> LA11'TEl.Op the Woodlawn Park notes regular. ter, of Ocala, who have been visitins' and :Mrs. B. M. Dowling. ''I has accepted a position in the scho
< Q Look for them each week.HEILDRONN.. :Mrs. W. H. Andrews for some time, Mrs. F. N. Andrews and son, Ernest The cotton gins are running ever <

. '!.G JOCvO $ $> .3> <$)!> .yny $ $ $ $ <3> $ $ <$> 't' left for their home :Monday. of Valdosta, Ga.. wore visiting! day now and the farmers arc bring'
t There was preaching services at'j Miss; Ruth Gill returned to her home i- !> (
;I Palestine schoolhouse Friday night,, in Anthony the first of the week, af- of Lake Butler, was in town Friday. Mr. Charlie Manier, who hsa ''e,'n It sold as hich as 1114: Bents

i I Saturd.. y and Saturday night, and alsu i, I -ler 3cJdnenral: : weeks here as the ,<" The ladies of the Christian churchof working; at the Times office, is ,=pen 1- round last week. per

/ Johns of f' of hr sister: Mrs. II. C. Peace. Raiford will give an ice cream inn a few days in Jacksonville.\
'j I! I on Sunday by Rev. B. F. !, t .. '.' 0)0, 1: + '!' .!> sup
St&rke. j :Mrs. il. 1.:. Edwards and\ daughter, per Friday night. September 8th, i in Miss Rhona McDonald took ;:h,tr.rc: .. i. >?> '?> $> *> 4. s j f *. & 4
The of this vicinity certainly -
people are
I Mr. and Mrs. Anton Feagle attended .I, :Mrs. U. G. Turner, of Gainesville, retrrned blessed with the Whitten building.Mr. of the school Marietta: this week. '

the service at Palestine Saturday home last week from Damburgj most wonderfully: W. S. Graham has accepted a :\Ii Myrtle: Blair, one of :Macclen- HAMPTON.>> : }';
; the sick
rik'M and Sunda '. i j a: Heaufort, S. C., where they spent health hog aiul hominy, record position with the A. D. Andrews :Mercantile ny's handsome young ladies retan- .;
being clear'er'body's hogs are I." i. <, < > i <- ?' -9> $
s I Mi.-' Annie Drivers spent Sunday [ about! two w ?eks with relatives and !: Company astfotton buyer.\\ th ed home :Monday. f I ft 4.

;: j I \vich :Miss Florida I.Ioody.Mt'fsrs. friends. healthy, fat and fine with no disease Mr.: Graham and Mr. Andrews bothon Mrs.: J, E. :Maines and son, Ita!. School opened :Monday, September4th

4 Donald and Ulphin Crews, | Presiding Elder II. G. Davis of the raging among them; corn crops the the job their many friends can are at home( again, after spending I and is progressing! nicely with U
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best harvested and cotton goingat
I 5tteuled services at Palestine SUI'I' M. E. church, south, was a visitor to ever feel assured of prompt service when many pleasant days with friends in attendance of ninety pupils proL

i i' j I. wtey the first part of the week. ten cents for the first time ever, they come to the ginnery.Mr. Starke. Ii Green expects to increase the enro}}.'

\ fat M-SS Weltha Rrannen spent Satui- Mr. J. C. Cone was transacting business !- and still amid all these blessings some B. E. Dyal was a business visitor :Mrs. S. A. Richard U i visiting her ment at least 2.1 per cent by October

I say icht with Miss Eliza Rrannen. I in Jacksonville one day last week of us are wearing dry weather frownsto to Jacksonville\ :Monday.Mr. granddaughter at Guilford, Mrs. IL I,i t first.We
that it almost
"; 1' I' Mr. lien; Brannen attended service :\1 r. II. D. Randall was a business such an extent and- Mrs. Jeff Dowling Way- K. Roberts.Mr. are glad to report that ,little

!i Pa'estine Saturday. i 5-' or to Jacksonville Monday.Mr. amornts to grinning, though it ap- cross, Ga., who have been visiting relatives Hubert Edwards has just returned Leona :Mullady \\ ho has been sick for

l i 11 Wearer transacting pears that some people: worry just to here for several :Mon the past four weeks, is rapidly .
: Mr. M. II. Hurst made a business T. D. was days, left from Eastman, Ga., for the recoverinp .
{ ; Mr. Elijah Dobson Monday. business in Jacksonville last Saturday. be worrying, that's all. day. purpose of finishing his grade at the ; but Miss Beryl) is suffering

t I ; I trip Mr.to Sherod Driggcrs attended ser- ,I :Mr. A. R.' Johnson, of Nassau county airs Vicy Davis and her son, Floyd, lrs. Alice Lee, of St. Petersburg school here. from a similar\ case of fevfr.

,. ', Palestine. was a visitor last Friday and Sat- of Sanderson, paired: through Tuesday Va., is \..iitingthe family of J. A. Miss Sal ah Rivers, one of our real Mr. S. M. Rowe is seriously ill aj ..
I at 'uar'sy': at the home of his daughter, enroute to Starke, at which place! Brooks here this week. domestic girls, has been visiting relatives this writing. He has been a patient

I ;, :, ;, .., av 0 00 000e :Mr. O. L. Thomas. I of Mrs. Davis sick father was called Mr.to Dave the Johns.Several !bed sH"; I The family of W. J. Epperson, sher in Middleburg for two weeks, sufferer for the past three ytars.
her ,
I Postmaster and :Mrs. R. B. Jackson iff-elect of Bradford county, moved to has returned, :nd has as her guest her Mrs.: II. J. Bowden! left for her home

!' HIGHLAND. < Ir.d 1 son. Rufus, spent several days I of the pupils belonging) to Starke Wednesday.Mr. cousin, Miss Fannie Taratus. of Middle at :Macon, Ga., on Thursday morning,
have enrolled in the Hur-
this school
< 0 the first part of the week at White A. E. Sapp, of BlacLshear, Ga., burg.i after a pleasant visit with relative

t I is t 1> . Springs. ney school since our vacation for cotton is here visiting relatives this week. i Messrs. Gideon and Jim Prevatt and and friends here. I

II i Mr. J. P. Padgett, of Gainesville, i Mr. P. D. Franklin, of Vidalia Ga.: picking.!: f |i The A. I D. Andrews Company ha'ejust their ssiter" Mrs. Lula Timmins, mo- Miss Henrietta. !Dees) of Mayo, spent ,

''t was looking after his fanning interests representing the Sea Island Cotton We are certain that the friendsn < installed a fan elevator for unloading tored over from Middleburg!: last Friday the week-end with Miss Clara! Hunt
I Wardell Wairright will regret to
here Thursday. Gin Co., was a business visitor to Law- -- cotton from the wagons. to see their sister, Mrs. F. M. Mrs. Honiktr pent Monday here ill : '
t I know that he became sick and returned -
I: j' Messrs. George Wilkinson and Max tey the first of the week. i Miss Dessie Farnell, of Ft. White Rivers. It was a day of great; joy the interest of her music class. ;<

: : Wimberley spent Sunday with friends Mr. Ilenan Wynn, of Hampton, was to his home at Kin sllnd: Ga. I 5 i.* visiting her brother, Dr. W. \': for they had not seen each other in I :Mrs. S. L. Cook, of Chattanooga, ,

I I I in Jacksonville. j in Lawtey Monday on business. Prof. L. A Davis attended to busi- Farnell, and wife here this week. about ten years. I Tenn., accompanied)' l her son. Frank

i ij Mrs W. J. Hardee and little son Mr. J. D. Randall returned to C' "'.< in Sapp Station Monday of this I Prof. L. C- Futch and :Miss Dora Mary of our young people had a Cook, visited her daughter, :Mrs W. :

's ( c>f Gairesville, are visiting her parents !! cinnati, 0., last Saturday, after spend- I week. Johnson, spent :Monday in StyrkeI gala time last Friday night on the G. Seals, during the past week. Mrs.

' I Mr. and :Mrs. F. M.: Crews. : ing several weeks at his home in Eas' There wr.s baptizing at the springs Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Farnell and lake front boiling pinders. All hope Cook is a former resident of this plait
t the Freewill
a :Miss Agnes Wilkinson left Sunday Lawtey. Sunday afternoon by i I :Miss Dessie Farnell visited Kingsleylake !: for the same pleasure again soon. and has many friends here.

for Ia.ke City for a stay of several I 1 Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thede and :Miss Baptist denomination. : Tuesday afternoon. i :Miss Lillie Lillaberry, of St. Petersburg Rev. B. L. Adams is home again,

; 4 'I' wise!:,. Margaret Lawrence were visitors to W. C. Clemons attended to businessat ( j lion. A. D. Andrews has just com- is spending some time with after spending a week in a Seri.-.I

if i il l.'rs. Louis Marr is visiting relative.? Jacksonville Tuesda '. Brooker the latter part of last pleted a neat little cottage on his lo friends: ; in town. meeting near Green Cove Springs.

i at Citra this week. Mr. A. M. Blanchard was transacting week. | at his cotton gin plant, to be occupiedby :Messrs. Hugh Hall, Lenan Rivers Owing; to sickness in his family ;;

a I 1 :Mr. Cecil Nichols of Oxford, open- business in Hampton Tuesday. Mr. W. E. Davis and son. Ellery the foreman of the plant. and Ellsworth Harper and Misses Rev. :Mullady was not able to attend

I I fd the Bradford county school west of :Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Peace and chil- visited their large farm here Tuesdayof I I Mrs. W. N. Cone and daughter.! Snrh liver;?, Fannie Taratus and the district convention F. & A. M, at ;

}1E! here: Monday morning. dren, Virginia!: and Bettie, and Miss this week. ,I Miss Elizabeth, of Lake City, who visited Ccorgie!: Epperson made a flying; aut.' Green Cove Springs this week.
I wife of Starke.
Mr. Rowand and
i Ruth Gill, were visitors to WhiV- :Mr. and :Mrs. G. II. Cone, a few trip to' Middleburg returning :Mrs. W. W. Evans, of LeabvUle, ""
. ... ... .; ,;. t .s I made pleasant trip to the Springslast Sunday, -
1 js > :;> <$> a ; :Miss.
: ; days last week returned the
Springs: Sunday. to their : :Monday. They report that "old spent past ten days with

; : Col. and :Mrs: A. 7.. Adkins and little Tuesday. 'I home Wednesday last week. :Middbbrrg i is; the her sister, :Mrs. C. E. Harper.GRAHAM. .
rapidly coming to
i IIROOKER. Mr. G. W. Wair.right. of this place, I
last lIon. S. T.
daughter were guests Sundayat Dowling spent :Mondayin f! ":!-t."
r ; : : : is preparing!: to give top prices for Starke 1 . . .
I the home of Mrs. M. E. Edward I attending the county commis.iioners :Mrs. A. C.
fr Strickland and
I ; 4' jA <$ <5> *> A ?\ '?> i this baby, A. '
.. 'I! :Mr. A. A. Stokes was visitor to cftton year.Messrs. meeting.Mrs. .
at the :Missionary a C.. spent t. few days in Alachua with
The revival meeting | r"C.Iott: : and K..1. Nettles'rladr ''
Baptist church closed last Friday Whit Springs Sunday.Mrs. : R. I.. Lockhart, of Haine.- lv r-; -1;1T.. Mr*. J. L. Shaw this week 1ed:'i
r William! Thomas, of Baldwin, a t1yinct1'ip to Lawtey Tuesday City, visiting her sister :Mrs. I 11.I .
tli j Airs. Saxon'brother.. :Mr. .
night. There were no additions to < morning. Nichols, t ro i. ; ?' A ,j> ;, A A j!
i." spending few days at the home I Lennon, here this week. II
l l.cI a j <: Michiean[ ,
I. church, but much good seemed to Ouite number of the Vanderbilt spent a days this The farmer- :'.re very busy! now at t
rf I her son, :Mr. O. L. Thomas.. i{| a I :Mr. \\'. F. Reeves, of Edith. Grt.: wntk in this
accomplished.Rev. '' city. j ;irking; cotton and
c'a.v. attended the shgnt Union Sat setting strawi /
Richmond : \ left for '
Milling here
Tuesday spent the
I guest of hi
(,. W. S. Ware, of Worthington > j berry plants." / :
; Blair, S. C., where he has accepted a urday. sister, :Mrs. G. H. Cone. i
attended services at the Baptisthtrch i I I j i' Messrs.-. G.: 'V. and J. E..1. Wain- I I :Mr. C. U. Roberts' has ginned sever-
i position. Major J. T. Byrd and Mr. W. M. I i
< last Thursday.Mr. I, .bright. II. S. Hilliard( and N. D. Davie: Whitten. -vent to Green: RUB OUT PAIN |, al \lale.rf cott'+n already. .
I O. R. Hazen visited the Univer- i! made: a trip t otho county hi; b MM'day. :- !! Spring i Elder J'.hn .Mi! lady! closed a week'i jfj
!! Church Notes : Wednesday to attend the district with good oil
: convention liniment. That's '
city City last Friday. i I II meeting here last Saturday: that fee :
:alias: Sarah Jordan was the guest !!I The regular services will be held I" ; of the Masonic order :Major the surest way to'stop them. .salted in '
" | :Mr. and :Mrs.[ M.) D. Caitcr and, H sixteen additiois to thechurch. ;
at Grace :M. E. church Next Byrd is secretary of the district. [[ The best
of :\Marguerite Shriver last wsek. Sunday. ,I ichtnming; daughters. Mabel and Louie- rubbing liniment isjj We feel, that the meeting has '
I Miss Edyth Warren, Edyth Cro.byand Rev. T. B. Lawrence, pastor.At :Miss 0'iida Cone, of Lake City, is; done lastingIld..
belle, motored to Rosiertown Sunday
little Iris Brown visited Lake !I II 9:30::: a. m., Sunday school with visiting her brother, G. IF. Cone and
: I I':' :Mrs. Jar.o ''app. of Starke i is wife
excellent teachers for here this week. MUSTANGLINIMENT
j classes: of allges. I
'Itatler: last Thursday.
I I'I inc this week with her grand-daugh-1 :
4 P.ev. David Wilson, of LaCrosse, 2 Geo. L. Futch, Superintendent. :Mrs. :Mary Thompson left Sati"1day Everybody.
ter, Mrs Laura Wainwright. I
) lOtfO: Preaching. "A II j jHirthday for Jacksonville, where she I ,
,.., '. attended church services here Frid.Y.j I ws all the good tglkers; along this line'-'

6 Mr. Jno.: Shaw, Jr., visited Rufus Tt- lost and a Bad :Man Saved." Special Dinner. I+' is called to the ill.bedside of her son who that can be }present, at this meetings
t< in Starke last week. '
j : f Miss Olga Ward is spending this 4 p. m.-Junior Epworth League, A birthday dinner was served Sunday j :Mr. S. R. Jones, of Quincy, who now Saturday S. J. Catts night: Sept. 9th- .
the democratic nominee,
\t1 I. week in Starke, the guest of :Mrs. :Mrs. Lottie Stark, Supt. to a crowd of fifty persons at the:: holds a position at the State Farm, [[ Good for the Ailments of will!! !speak" at Graham on the 22nd of .>
home of Mr. and :Mrs. J. S. (Boas) moved his
.lack 7:15 p. m.-Epworth League, MHSKma ; family here Saturday. Theyare Horses .
\ Quigley.Rev. Mules
I Cattle Etc b'eptrm! er at 10 o'clock.On .
Rosier in honor of his sixty-second ,
: Blan-ha'tJ! :, President. stopping Hotel Tavoli at
A. J. Pinholster returned hwFriday I pres- '
I from South Florida, whore he 7-o.: !: Preaching. Subject, "A i'nn.kMe !iithday. Of this crowd the only ones ''e1't. 'I.t) w'll l row) ; I'));.- th' A'.i:! ;icon; hot xTI Good f or your OWn Aches, Mr. last Wednesday, August 30th;,

i *>w*. a couple of weeks recup"r"''- : Rob'.ery." nrl included in the family; ('in.le'l'r r):,-i!>io'i :-street" : h'ter. Pains, Rheumatism, Sprains, Thomas Graves and Miss Ben :
I Prof. L A. l Davis Cuts Koon were Ip l'tly married at Graham
and family and Mr.
I lie has: gone to Jark>onvile!! 'hiv:. -A! 70:: p. m., Wednesday. Prayer Burns, Etc.
Allio F. Peele employe of the F. E. .' .. ; .. ..;. J. R. Bevill officiating.!:
t+ for medical attention. meeting. Something new each time I .. 1> 2Sc. 50c. $1. At all Dealers.
C. Railway at St. Augustine.The a
:Messrs.' : L. A. Brown and) Claui-1! Come and see.: .. .. Read
I dirner consisted of all the niceiaiities LAKE HUTLER. .. the Telegraph.
.. Crosby attended business in Lake But, Friday evening, Sept. 15, at 7:30: p.
: m.. Rev. R. A. Carmine ( that could be thought of !bv -
1 ler Thursday. superintendent 1i"" .
.4. .
Mr. L. A. Wynn and family, of near Jacksonville District, I seven mothers, each preparing their Letters
in their homes and from a number of the C. 1-
respective ,
visit'ed will
Hampton, relatives i in BrookerWednesday. preach and the third quarterly
|l conference will be held after the then spreading same on a table so arranged workers indicate that the society
as to accommodate the crowd has trken on a good conviction and
preaching senices.WOODLAWN. ;
:Mrs. E. :\. Alexander and infantsrr
at one setting Uncle Boas he is row 01 the way to do fine work
says Are
f of Jacksonville <' | You
i sent are guests: Out
t and
develop of
m000J0 C OOOOOOOmn dan't wait over six months before a young:: peonle
e : Mrs Nellie Pinholster, :Mrs. AlexanI -
I I hiving; another re-union like this or.eand with a conviction that take on a concrete

I : i 1.j
:' I Trprea n 0 mistake not we counted exactly seven and His church.

I! : I i '":" to open a school there Mon- s. . ,; chicken gizzards on his plate at one The writer attended three church
1 day
{I I ;" I Miss :May Clemons, of Alachua, is Elder D. L. Phillips filled his regular ; time, that being his favorite piece of services last Sunday and two Sunda- ?

appointment at Emanuel Saturday he fowl. schools, preaching to full houses f
i visiting her parents near Brooker this
'f week. I and Sunday to a large congregation; appreciative listeners at the evening e

j Mrs. D. L. Phillips was in attenf'crce oeoeoooooooo service, as well as teaching class
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughter; t tIn
?t Emanuel church Sunday from 0 of about 30 in one of the Bible !school
several of last week !
-7. spent
here. RAIFORD. o Plans for dedication of the new You ought to be._ Do you !know that time
:t* Worthin;ton Springs; !guests: of 0 every you
:Mrs. W. :\. and children ,' Christian church at Lake Butler send of
Bray r are out town for lumber or building material
Mrs. A. B. Shaw. ; ;!> 'i> ; you'rerobbing
I S-extoL relatives now nearly complete.
are visiting and
Miss: Thema! Ward left Sunday for the community of something that belongs
The rightfully -
friends here this week. cotton ginning plant of the Andrews Br. Avery G. Powell, of Macclennv.will .
Orange Heights, where she will visit I to it?
I Messrs.. N. Bray, Dozier Forsyth Mercantile Company began the move to our town and take charge

fiend for several days. "f Saxton, and :Mrs J. S. Norman work for the season Wednesday.Miss I of the Bradford County Tines1 r. Your building material money spent here helps to
Mr. D. W. Hazen has purchased anew
from this place, Wl're'isitor.* t" *' Bessie Burke, of Live Oak, Powell is a well-known and hvstlinry" build good roads, schools, churches, taxes, etc. Sent outs ,
Buick touring car. i who has been visiting Mrs. R. J.rI' I
State Prison Farm afternoonThe newspaper man. Now watch Lake of
Sunday town it i is
:\lr.1.. Matheny: and family and' <>enp l loft for her home gone forever-you never get another; whackat
I j I II Wednesday( Butler grow. "Show
.Enterprise school at this place me aNewspaper' 'I.'vr : it.
Mr.: H. l.. Lewis and family motored of last
; week.
f wilt\' text [ and I will show
.1 onTi Mondiy mnrnir.e, Sept you a Your
I over to Orange Heights Sunday. Mrs. :Mr. dollars spent here from
T. B. go one mtrchant
llth. Handley was a businevisitor business an
lOlfi, with town. '
Mr. #
i B. M. Bryan, of
I t'\vi and children remained for in I I other. The lumber dealer
i '''Raiford' to Starke! Monday. The Methodist revival pays the grocer-the grocer -
ii as principal. All continues :
i "x';er.de visit with her parents, who parents are I to pays the butcher-the butcher hands
\ : urged to Mr. J. E. Powell, of :Mayo i ic'i- I run with interest it to the hardware '
j ; get their children in school great; manife<;te<
i five at that place. Monday morning so that he iting; his daughter, :Mrs. R. H. Weaver i The good; Baptist people have man-and finally it finds itsway to the farmer again to
Prof. and :Mrs. M. S. Hayes made: can get; here this week. giventhem pay for his produce. 1",
L i them graded up and will have them the use of their church, as their
i r: kisincss! trip to Starke,, Monday.Mrs. a1! cettingalong together. Plet.- Editor J. Y. Lewis made a busines I church was too small to accommodatethe That's looking out for No. 1 You are looking out for G
R. W. Morris and two daughters trip to Starke Monday.W. the "other fellow" when "
member the date. large crowds. Dr. Paul Kendall.the you buy out of town.

f of LaCrosse, visited in Brooker I, :Mr. W. H. Norman spent the niffh L. Denham, of Gainesville, representing pastor, is loved by all and T. R. We can give you just as good stock and as good prices to

-t last week. from in Lawtey Saturday as the guest of the New York Mutual, wa-- Kendall, his brother, known as the as any uot of town concern quality and freight char, .A s

I j jt A ccodly number of people relatives and friends.Mr. a visitor here Friday.Mr. "Little Preacher," is doing out town ges considered.
Frooker attended services at the New : .
i i 0. J. George Addison was a busines- and 4
Phillips, who is attending!: community much spiritual good.
1. 1 }Hop" Primitive Baptist church last the Lawtey High School, spent Sun visitor; to Starke Monday Mrs. Iva Sprinkle is building a

cuilay.Mr. I day here with his parents. :Mr. F. M. Rivers, of Lake Butler. handsome home on the corner. Quigley Lumber & Supply

I : Dan Byrd, of Graham, was -- --. president of the Bradford County F-: We need a hustling real estate CO.1,

f '"acting!: business in Brooker Mon- till QaWn Tbit Doss Not AfftctTfc Hutf Association, was a business visitor to to build houses in our town. man "The Happy Home
Because of its tonic: aDd laxative Manypeople
'. Raiford I Ji-
( 1\ Friday.Mr.
BR0MO QUININE is better have
I thin ordinary recently filled all the8
Mr. J. M. Shaw made a hurried bus- J-tfire :...' does: not ca"'* p""rrorc-i. nT : G. C. I -
.,. ,. Sapp was a business viso
'' i. cant houses.
:'e-t. Q''T'I Many
't 1P more
: want tr
r "
11"ss;! trip! to Jacksonville Friday. ... 'r : r.,". ; to Stark Monday. here l I I& j1J
,> ,I 'I II move and no houses for them. I Builders"x

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