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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 15, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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-BOISEY LONG TO PAY DEATH PEN- ELEVEN LIVES LOST WHEN\ BRIDGE! SUPREME COURT WILLTAKE1ST1MONYINGUBERNATORIALCOWT5ST! 1--: .



ALTYFORMURDER OF S. G. 'WYNNE SPAN 1 PLUNGES TO RIVER BOTTOM .l

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Found Guilty of Murder in First CITY INREGULARSESSION- : MASSIVE CENTER SECTION OF STRUCTURE, BEING. PLACI, 'I TEACHERS FORFEIT Board Must Prove That Ballots

Degree-Death Sentence I I ED ACROSS ST. LAWRENCE RIVER AT QUEBEC COLLAPSES i Were Tampered With Following !- "

Passed b$ Judge Wills. ; SEVENTY-NINE PERSONS ARE RESCUED. : WARRANTS the Primary.
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DATE OF EXECUTION WILL QUEBEC, Sept. 11.-With the loss jacks. These had begun to raise the !i VOTERS FROM MADISON ON
of eleven lives today, the second attempt ., big span while the crowds shouted;' I 13rJiI
BE SET BY THE GOVERNOR Ordinances Passed and General to bridge the St. Lawrence river thinking I that they had seen the most ': When They Leave Summer HAND READY TO TESTIFY i A }
here resulted in failure when i I! of the :
of a impressive ceremony bridge i -
Line Business Dis-
Schools for Other PositionsIn
Long, Charged With Hog Stealing, the massive center span, weighing 5- ; raising. The spectators began to leave': Makers Affidavits Alleging Fraud + -
Shot Deputy Sheriff Wynne and Dr. posed Of. 100 tons, suddenly collapsed and fell when suddenly there was a roar ofi; the Fall in Connection With Amendi-d Gubernatorial : : '
into the river. Of the ninety men on roaking steel and the span dived into i iI r.
L G. Harris, Who Went to Arrest Vote in Madison and #+
The city council met in regular ses- the span when it began to sway all I| the water. I The board of public instruction met
Him-Entire Time of Trial .Consumed sion September 5th, with the follow- were rescued except eleven and of The ninety or more men who were pursuant to adjournment, September4th Hamilton Counties, Will Be Placed ;

Two Hours and 37 Minutes.GAINESVILLE ing members present: E. Matthews, these only four bodies have been 'I on the span were thrown into the river with all members present. I'pon! the Stand. +"

chairman, S. A. Bryan, J. W. White. found. and about sixty-five were rescuedby The minutes "of last meeting were

Sept. 8.Circuitcourt Xftnutes of last meeting were read The span was being raised from pleasure craft. read and approved.The JACKSONVILLE, Sept. 12.-Having j
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and approved. pontoons and was about fifteen feet Late tonight eleven were listed as ,
of
order patrons Saxon Union
was called to Thursday Chapeland raised and presented the issue of '
Plumbing Inspector Philips above the water when from some un- dead! and missing. First reports were
morning at 9:30 and proceeded at once was Davis school applied to the board fraud in connection with amended returns 1
present and requested certain changes known cause it collapsed and sank into much exaggerated and the list
to the selection of a jury to try..Boisey gave for teachers for the present year. The from Madison and Hamilton
Long, the negro who on Tuesday was .' in the plumbing regulations. Mr. the river, which is 200 feet deep at of dead as eighty or ninety.P. i superintendent was requested to supply counties in the gubernatorial nomi- I
indicted for the murder of Deputy Philips was infracted to take the this place. F. Johnson, president of the St. I them.L. nation contest between W. V. Knott
matter with the and The St. Lawrence river was filled Lawrence and Dominion Bridge Companies -' .
city attorney W.
up Kickliter rendered
Sheriff S. G. Wynn of Newberry, on a report I. and S. J. Catts, the state canvassing '
have the amendments drafted with boats at the time of the ac- accompanied by a number of
the morning of August 18th. necessary many on the Saxon school location. After board will next Friday morning attempt +
Sheriff Ramsey had summoned fifty and placed before the council at cident, and on the hills along the engineers, inspected the anchor arms examining the territory he found thata to establish the proof of its 4
the next regular shore were hundreds of who of the bridge yesterday. Tonight he
meeting.The
men from which the jury was to be persons central location was in Section Ten averments that the ballots in these 4
selected, and so far as possible he got treasurer was instructed to came by rail and automobile to see said of the accident: I on the public road running from Law- counties were tampered with follow- i
transfer from the bond fund to the the culmination of the mighty engineering "We are at a total loss to account
them from the east and south side of I tey to Starke, but owning to the late- ing the June 6th primary.
general fund $344.50. Said amount to project. The big steel frame for it. The lifting apparatus is still of
the county. It took just one hour and ness the season the patrons could It will be recalled that the alternative
reimburse the general fund for items was taken in town to the whichit in place and is practically uninjured.It .
fifteen minutes to select the jury the gap not build now, and that it would be writ of mandamus served upon t
that should have been of the was expected to fill. is hard to whether the bridge +
out
defense .exhausting seven of its ten paid say best to grant the Saxon and Union the canvassing board by the supreme
bond fund. Shortly after eight o'clock the pon- slipped off or whether the trusses of Chapel patrons a temporary teacherfor
challenges. court called upon its members to show ,
Councilman Bryan presented a cer- toons reached the allotted place and the span failed." the with the understanding
At 10:45 the jury was completed as present year cause why it should not meet and re-
follows: G. A. Wiggins, F. W. Ty- tain ordinance and after its being read were withdrawn by tugs, leaving the Coroner Jolicor, of Quebec began an and agreement with both canvass amended retuins received } +
-on, C. C. Sherouse H. C. Forsyth, : by the clerk, moved that the rules be massive girder resting on hydraulic inquest this afternoon. neighborhoods that they will build a from some twenty counties in the .

L A. Sherouse, E. A. Flowers, B. W. suspended and the unanimous consentof ----- n house next year in Section Ten and state.
J. W. Sherouse all present be obtained to considerthe unite the two communities in one Burden
Waits, W. F. Beckman, of Proof .,
". C. Sparkman, C. F. Morrison, B. ordinnace as read without refer- I CONGRESS AD- GERAT BRITAIN I school. The patrons of both communities In its reply the board raised the
M. Chamberlain. ring same to the committee on rules, i were called together and they averment of fraud with reference to I '; '
the first witnessfor laws and ordinances, the said motion voted that they would unite and build Madison
G. H. Blount was and Hamilton rounties and -a
the state. He testified that on the being seconded by Councilman White. JOURNED FRIDAY WILL INSIST ON l the house next season L. W. Kick- the supreme court in its pinion handed ,.
night of August 17th he came to this The chairman stated the motion liter was instructed to secure a deedin down last Saturday placed the l burden -
city with Dr. L. G. Harris to meet and called for an "aye" and "nay" Section Ten on the public road as of proof upon tie canvassing +
Deputy Sheriff S. G. Wynne, who was vote, and the motion prevailed, each of SEPT. 8TH HER BLACK LIST heretofore set forth and agreed on. board. With i its reply to the supreme
returning from Jacksonville with Mills the said councilmen voting "aye" in The board ratified and confirmed the court the board filed a number of affidavits
their favor of the said motion. Thereupon report and instructed the chairman L from the
Dennis, a prisoner; that on way two counties involved + j
to Newberry Wynne said he had a Councilman Bryan moved that the or- W. Kickliter to secure the deed and which allege fraud in connection ;,
warrant for Boisey Long, and upon dinance be adopted, the said motion WILL RECONVENE EARLYIN WILL NOT CHANGE HER place the same on record. with the amended returns. i

reaching the Jonesville section Wynneand being seconded by Councilman White, DECEMBER, THIS YEAR POLICY OF BLACKLISTING The board instructed the superintendent I Counsel for Mr. Knott yesterday i iI
and then and there put to a vote of I to hold back the warrants of
Harris got out of the car and I I joined issue in the fraud allegations I ,
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went to Long's house. the "ayes" and "nays." The roll being Railroad Legislation, Will Be Dominating Lord Robert Cecil Says Blacklist Is I teachers who are forfeiting their con- and. Friday was named by the court I :f i k,
Blount, who stayed in the car, soon called the said ordinance was unan- tracts to leave the county for other the date for taking testimony in the : I
Feature of :Next Win- Purely War Measure and Not :
imously adopted by the vote of all schools after they have taught
eard four pistol shots and after an I sum- point of issue. i 1
interval two more shots. He called members of the council present, each ter's Se.sion.WASHINGTON Wedge for Trade Warfare. mer terms in Bradford county, where Secrecy of Ballot Involved.It i 1\L\

to Wynne, and Wynne replied: I am of the said members voting "aye," II they have been given places for the is stated that in the effort to I i''

shot; help me to save Harris, I am going there being no votes "nay." Each said Sept. 8.-No mat LONDON, Sept. 8.-Lord Robert fall term. prove fraud the canvassing board will h
: to die." This was at 1:45 a. m. :vote is recorded as follows: ter what the outcome of the Xo\'em-I Cecil, minister of war trade, told the i The treasurer's books were examin- I place upon the stand voters from i II IIi k
on the 18th of August. Wynne and Ayes-S. A. Bryan, E. S. :Matthewsand ber elections, the present Congress I j Associated Press today that "it was i led and unpaid warrants checked and i Madison who made the ari!
Harris came toward the car supporting J. W. White. has an ambitious program ahead of 1|j not likely that Great Britain will ; cancelled.The I connection with this intention the supreme #! "
each other, and Blount helped NaysMore.AhsentJ. I it when it reconvenes in December I I' change her black list policy at the re- following bills and teachers' reports court announced yesterday that J .' ..
them into the car and carried themto I W. Andrews, Jr., J. C. much of which it left over from the '' quest of the United States." Lord were examnied, approved and I the interesting question arises in such ,I.' ...

Newberry where a doctor was sum- session which adjourned today. j j Cecil stated that a reply to the black procedure as to whether or no' tr ..,:
moned. Wynne was brought to this (Continued on Page 2.) The immigration bill, the corrupt'' list protest made by the United States I (Continued on Page 2.) I secrecy of the ballot is to be violated! i rt r

city that morning and taken to Jacksonville bill be expected soon. I -
and bill
practices the to permitthe may
, IIN BEHALF OF W. A. CROSBY I TUESDAY'S ELECTION
where he died. I combination of American exporters I He said that the idea expressed in Tallahassee! DNpatch.
On cross examination Blount said I in order to meet foreign compe- 1 the American newspapers that Great TALLAHASSEE, Sept 12.--(ISpfcial "r ?

that the warrant for Long chargedhim Attorney Knight and Party Appear tition abroad, went over from the Britain was adopting a deliberate policy i It is Mayor Williams and Mar- i )-Next Friday morning the state k4

with stealing hogs. Before Pardoning Board. present session, and the leaders here to injure American trade w as'h- I shal Kite. canvassing board will attempt to establish 4''
T. W. Wynne, brother of the dead have agreed that the winter session est moonshine," and declared that the the proof of its averments of
officer, testified that he accompanied I would see railroad legislation a domi- blacklist was purely a war measure, I, fraud in the amended turns from:
his brother: to Dr. Rogers' sanitariumin Tuesday afternoon D. E. Knight, ,etin>r feature. and the impression that it is an enter- The town election Tuesday was very i :Madison and Hamilton counties, as i,
Jacksonville, where he died at 12:45: Esq., left for Tallahassee to appear Before the strike emergency arose: ing wedge for trade warfare after the quiet, as usual, there being no compe- set out in its return to the alternativewrit
p. m. Before the wounded man lost before the State Pardoning Board in Congress had created a joint committee war may be dismissed at once. tition for any of the offices except of mandamus served: upon it by !
behalf of W. A. Crosby, who was con that of marshal. The number of the'I II
consciousness, which he did when the I I to stud transportation problems, the supreme court in the contest proceedings -
train reached Burnett's lake, he said: victed of accessory before the fact of including the advisability of the own- PAVING WILL SOON BE.1N.Monday ; votes cast was 1G9, and the highest; : of W. V. Knott.In 1
"Tom, I am going to die. Boisey Long murder, with a recommendation to ership of public utilities. I number received by a candidate was I its opinion of Saturday; the mo-
shot me." mercy, at Gainesville, December 12, This committee has already set November Engineer T. L. Goodwin to- 144. The vote was as follows: tion of Mr. Knott for peremptorywrit
Dr. J. H. Hartman from Rogers' 1915, and sentenced to imprisonmentfor 20 as the date of its first gan taking cross sections of the For MayorJoe was denied by the court and he
sanitarium, Jacksonville, testified that life. With Mr. Knight went Messrs. meeting. Conservation legislation will streets! to be paved, so as to have nf- Hill Williams, 141. was given until today to join issue h
the body of Wynne had four wounds, Wr. T. Weeks, S. B. Denmark and N. also be given a place. essary data on hand when the \vork For AldermenD. the fraud allegations, which joinder I

one in the right side, one in the abdo- D. Wainwright, of Starke, and J. B. Democratic leaders today pointed to of paving begins. The main work of C. Jones, 141. of issue was filed today, and next Fri. .
men, one in the left side and one in Dowling, S. T. Dubose, W. L. Over- the session just ended as the most laying the sewer pipe is about completed E. S. Matthews, 127.J day set down by the court as date for r.i
, the wrist. Either of the three first street and W. C. Townsend, of Lake constructive of any Congress. The but there are several uncon- W. White, 126. the taking of testimony in the pointat
wounds would have produced death. Butler, to testify in Mr. Crosby's be- Republicans charged extravagance. nected places yet to be completed. For ClerkC. issue. t
Wynne was in a dying condition when half.The Where the sewers are laid beneath the A. Futch, 135. Although there was nothing happening I t.
h* reached the sanitarium and died convicted man has been at the Williams Bros., who own the former railway tracks cast iron pipes will be For TreasurerA. before the court today in which +:;
I soon after twelve o'clock.L i i State Farm, near Raiford, since his I Busshardt place northeast of used. When the sewer work has all S. Crews, 144. they could take part two voters from ;
G. Harris testified: I know Boi- term of punishment began, and has I i' town, brought new syrup to the mar- been finished, or perhaps before, the For Assessor the Greenville precinct, Madison county &
= .trey Long; saw him on the morning of been a model prisoner, but is suffering ket last week. work of paving the streets will begin: X. D. Wainwright, 140. were in town so that they could be
!: August 18th. Wynne was marshal of from ill health. Mr. Knight believeshe I l For Marshal and CollectorT. in touch with the issue. They stated
Newberry, constable of the district has good grounds for procuring a I N. Kendrick, 45. to an outsider that fully !seventy oth-
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and a deputy sheriff. Went with him pardon for his client and the many Silas Kite, 124. er voters were ready to come here un.!
: to Long's house; had to climb two friends of the litter here, who before INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION Our next board of aldermen will testify Friday, also the county jud !e
fences. I went to guard the back of his misfortune, heard nothing but goodof consist of the following gentlemen: if called upon.CHCRCH .
the house and heard Wynne ask if him, hope to soon see him at liberty J. W. Andrews, Jr., S. A. Bryan, D. i
Mills was there._no A n voice _answered.nu.n_. I again. I MEETING AT TALLAHASSEE C. Jones, E. S. )Matthews and J. W. OF CHRIST MEETINGS.
," -Mills is not here." Heard Wynne ] White.
ask "Is that you, Boisey?" Boisey 113.000,000 DOZEN EGGS NOW ON Elder J. 0. Barnes, of the Church a

said. -yf s." Wynne said "I am looking COLD STORAGE.WASHINGTON.Nearly. i| BRADFORD COUNTY CITIZENS HAVE GONE TO MAKE A'i' ICE CREAM SALE. of Christ, of Lake City, has closed a
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for Mills; strike a light and letme series of meetings at the Union Chapel
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i in." Long lit a lamp and Wynne five million :I FIGHT FOR BETTER SHIPPING FACILITIES.I The l ladies of the :Methodist church northeast of Starke. Eight menhers : -

I 1 went in and said, "I ani after Mills, cases of eggs are held by 221 I I will give an ice cream and homemadecake were added to the church and
r but I have a warrant for you. Put firms in cold storage, according to the N. B. Hull J. :XL Truby, C. a delegation of twelve growers sale at the Hopson Theatre on they were set in working order, tc
rl# on your clothes and go with me." Boil latest reports of the agricultural de- ''S. Durling and E. S. Matthews:; of and shippers at the meeting.The Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 19, beginning hold meetings in the future. The congregation !
t Sey asked, "What for?" Wynne said. par'ment. This is about 14: ,OOOOOO hearing before the Interstate is in charge of Elder A. J.
Starke, Enoch Griffis, A. A. Smith andJ. at four o'clock.
l t\ For hOlt stealing. Wynne asked dozens, which is ten per cent less thana Commerce Commission, which began McKinney and XIr. L. L Leach, ar>'l l, +
of the is desired.
: Patronage public
month H. Moore, of Lawtey, left Wednes-
1; Long where his gun was, and while ago. yesterday at 10 o'clock, is the culmi- until a house of meeting can be built
j; t' long J was putting on his clothes he ; day morning to be present at a meeting nation of work begun more than a services will be held every Lord's hy
if ,(Wynne) bent over to raise the mattress ATTENTION, VETERANS. of the Interstate Commerce Commission I year ago by )Matthews with a view ST. MARK'S.The at Mr. L. U. Morgan's, north of !hand

j of the bed in search of Long's I i, which is being held to con- to securing better shipping facilitiesfor all are invited to attend. a
)i ",run when Long went to shooting. Har-I The comrades of J. J. Dickison sider the matter of strawberry transportation the strawberry crop of this sec- thirteenth Sunday after Trin- Elder Barnes' services here wc?<>
t j" was shot through the left lung and Camp No. 1617 will meet at the courthouse from Florida to the market tion. He has done a great deal of ity. well attended and it is the wish ff
toth: hands. When Harris droppedis in Starke Wednesday, September of the country. The Plant City growers work in gathering data on the subject Morning prayer and sermon, 11. many that he return to u- for another
I t (:\ Pistol Wynne said: "Come on, we 27th at 10 a. m. The election of have joined in the demand for bet. and if the effort set afoot by him Evening prayer and sermon, 7. series of meetings.It .
1ron't need our guns; he has killed officers, delegates for the state convention ter shipping facilities and will be rep- results in the establishment of such a The Rt. Rev. Ed. Win. G. Weed, D.
f. 'J bIe.It i and other important business: resented by a strong delegation at service as will be asked for at the D.. Bishop of the Diocese of Florida, will be interesting to the many
t Here the state rested. will be transacted so that the pres the meeting a: Tallahassee.. Matthews Tallahassee meeting it will probablyprove will preach at both morning and even- friends of Prof. B. B. Lane to know
t ", Lung was sworn and testifi.ed: ence of all who can come is desired. received a telegram Tuesday afternoon the most important Thing ever ir sen-ices. You will find these services that he is to be the principal of the
W. T. WEEKS, from Mr. Alonzo Wilder, of tto\ happen for the farmers of this see- helpfcl as well as pleasant.I Leon County High School TallahaJ-
(Continued on Page 2.) Captain Commander.e Plant City, saying that they would t i, tion. Come. see.

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: thews J. W. White. RESOLUTIONS. I was thlollng maybe I'd get you to "Do you know, Clarice, my 0" ,ti

; i I: THE VETERANS Nays, -None. EXPLORERS IN I trim up something for me, but I guess that ter, the one who has Jvcra) 'wa, b

couldn't do any better than boarding scaool! bought that
>. I) Absent-J.. Andrews, Jr., J. C. I Whereas, our Heavenly Father, ill I you hit
hat." noticed it the first thing. I

i'l! I Wills. RETURNAFTER His wise providence, has called tc I. "Oh. Blair, it would] be the hit of the you two girls to meet eaci IIIU1t..

I TO MEET IN OCT. The clerk was instructed to make the NORTH I''her eternal home our beloved Sistei show." some time. I know you Will\ j be /*

of the said ordi- Helen 3!. Hill therefore be it her .*
: proper publication I ; I :Maud agreed to buy the hat for friends. I believe Maud is going f

nances. Resolved, that the removal of such i J L brother. visiting this summer sometimei
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YEARSBATTLE
The cow ordinance was laid over to 3 'life from our midst leaves a vacancy Caste lines were but loosely drawn she wanted that raspberry hat

c All Three Brigades of State are the next regular meeting. ; in the Grace Methodist church Ladies; in Truxdale. The minister's daughter with one of her new dressea. tn fought

. to Gather in Tampa for Collections for August were reported j Aid Society of Lavvtey, Fla., that cannot .. had felt no hesitancy in marrying the to tav heard what she u

i Re-Union. as follows: HARBOR, Labrador, Sept.S. I be filled and is deeply realized bj, son of the grocer on the corner, the about it! 1 guess it is most too

i. ___ _____ __ felt It an honor to know to around here in
Lie. ...* -_ _--_ -- --_ __ ---- tOo The George B. all the members and friends of oui young doctor wear TrmdaleTfc j
t' Fines __nnnnn_______________ 40.0 Cluett- beaiinij' exploring the Crockerland ship expe- j society. the daughter; of old Dobbs. who drove Clarice, )'o'J don't want to jo on 11Q

;h The annual reunion of Florida Con- 4J30: the station wagon. that millinery business idea
; Total ..- Donald MacMulIan, n Resolved, that with sympathy for the of ,
will be held this ordered dition, headed by j in for her You know what I
federate Veterans The treasurer's report was j So Clarice :Miggins came am dihing at
- Mac- bereaved relatives of departed sis'ter -
our
entered Battle Harbor jesteiday.
i: year at Tampa on Oct. 17, 18 and 19, filed as follows: i share of the college fun-little bright or three of tin: seniors r.re going toS
I Mullan left New York July :2, 1913, we express our hope that even so I
I inclusive. This reunion includes all of Central Fund eyed, slender] Clarice, who had been married rgb': after college cl
.\utr. 1 to amt on hand .4' in search of th3 "Ciockerland, said to great a loss to us may be over-ruled'I i sweet.toothed boy in Commenci'mtHt is next a
three to
brig known
the veterans of this state, every week,
reed for fines -Sf oilAUK tA
\UK. :11 amt
;) I nlles.i ::1amt reed for Iicen.es-- 1.00\ have been seen by Admiral Peary on i i by Him who doeth all things well;;, college as the dispenser of his favorite then the senior! playA ill come Ie
the north Froma |I we who loved her shall long remember I, sundae. next night. I have
from pole. got
water to
his return : brand of soda or stay
i:, II General it Don MfLeod, of Crawfordville Total .________ 44.0 uaa
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his General Road and Bridge Fund. base at Etah! Greenland, in the her work among us, her kind voice,,I But Clarice had cherished ambition. for that-I'm the costumer and fat

and Adjutant \uir. 1 to amt on han .-_- ;oJ1;:!S ('1Au ppiing of 1914! MacMulIan with Ensign ; her ready sympathy; we place hernumoiy There was not enough scope for her is quite a bt to do-but, ten j,
of Staff T. J. Appleyard 'jJ:! i'lIntrrrat .
Chief hand
and :ol to amt on -
:' call- I Fund. Green of the navy, in his party, in an alabaster box and cherish imagination in the task of soda dispen Clarice, will you marry me the i* .

: f have issued general order No. 5, ,AUK 31 to amt on hcnd -_-:1W;;.67 made 1"0 mile dash across the polar : it as a precious: ointment, understanding ser. So when an apprentice was needed next day. And then wh!'a I start eton
f I the attention of the veterans to \UK 31 by amt paid out .:2nd.00 a '
irg she left : that new j"b of mine I
: that loss i is Heaven'spain. at Crindle's millinery shop west '
\. ,; I ice, but failed to find the land described our hm
I the dates and rates for the gathering. Total .-1-5: ,67 the fountain on a day's notice. Blair to go alon"
;MacMulIan[ : [ then triedto I
: The Seaboard Air Line railroad has Sinking Fund. by Peary. i satisfaction in Her acceptance of bin
: I Tuttle could but feel a
: 12-2! .1" Resolved that a of these resolutions proposas!
: Auir 1 to amt on h.md : : leach Finlay Land, 1,400 miles! copy
1-etn selected as the official route for knowing that hereafter those bright helped Blair vrry materially: ate.raspbern'.sundae
- the First Brigade. Total .___n_-.1:!:!:317 away, and the Cluett was sent to his I be plead on the minutes, a eyes of hers would shine only] for : hat difficulty.! ,
: Waterworks Fund. be sent to the bereaved familyand '
.; I Thf general order follows, and all \utt. 1. to amt on hsnd __._unn- 'i t.q escuf copy haughty Mrs. Crindle and her other (Copyright r:>m bv the M Clure :\e....
-S. 'I Only Captain Pickles and crew were a copy to the papers. |I sistants the occasional woman as'r'r'r'I per: Sjndlca-' ) ,
I. vc-Prans are requested to read !ame I or
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Total _. ----- "'II4Ilond MacMulIan) and Dr. ;MRS. J. I D. RANDALL. .
erd t"kp advantage of this uniting) Fund. aboard the Cluett i, 1 i per.wh came in to try on the -- -- Art Critics.'cnen' ...

if not ..\ue I to amt ->n hund ,-_-_h\: 3").57 E. 0. Ho\ey, who l led the relief expedition -AIRS. T. IJ. LAWRENCE, mfllinery."I '-" I II OrctEnl-
i on's
J whichi ibe\\ one of the last, ;iitun; "RatI

the It-st that many of the old heiue* Total _________.___________________3ii3.5i; and other scientists, remained Committee. I am so perfectly happy tonight," I i.:' was exhibited ut the AcaiW!
I ordered drawn for in Northern Grcenland.I I told Blair when he called at .
of the lost, loved cause will ever at- Scrip was pay- : Clarice artist w.18 Htrnllin. through!; t ilia
-. i i; } tend. merit of tho following bills: I,! A I'SEH'L: I'.UN.People I her boarding house to take her to the ins One day w'11t'1lI./ .. jw, to Q
f t I Nash witness I 1c--------------- 1.;
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i General Fund.K do __ 130; I movies, that single source of evening II'PI. a it excitetl 'mit- :'. -ipner ti.
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:; t : S. Mitthvw* nwm council __nU._._ J.II<> 1 I. O hral'ck! auto hire for haulingprisoners I tark Should Heed its WarnIng 1 diversion in Truxdale. "The most wonderful .: toward lim uit'i, 'reItening!
I HOISKY LONG TO PAY DEATH J.v.. Andrews Jr. dj ____--_--____... 2.,11< _______ ____ ____ MII. 1 II |.
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L : : S. A. Krjan do ._ ____.__ __ ::1.11" -- thing has My i and bl'ItDdi..IIi1tltk: ai ..
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. : PENALTY! FOR MURDER! J.v.. White ilo I ______.__ __ 3.0'J G, Mason pillows for Jail hnnn: 1 I I worked on I ,
; i : -- -- -- -- T. VV 'eks recording d..L--------_ 423Silas my very own hat-that I._. "Ah, j.r, he c\ Mined; "Itl
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1 J. C. ttiUs! do ------------------------.O': ) I .
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Kite feeding I prjsfcners --.------- :3: 2'tStaike so hard has been sold. I ; : I A. S. Crows truu sa'ary! ___huun_ >.Wilas _______ 1.V lIlt you I M>>
I : :. I : -IContinued( From Page 1.) > k'ti> salary and fs n_. __nn_ 5'*.1I.1 W. I,. Til Wall Co.fire phone chief rl__nt._uu___--____--_ 14.0<) 1 Have you a sharp pain or a dull I young lady that bought it, but the :1 i' .1 picture lk: '" tl.tr! I would< mst --
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; ; Fd. Rurn'..d salary and' fees_ _. __ 51 DOC F. B. Shipman fireman ______u.n .Ol) ache across" the small of your hack I girl who waited on her said she looked i skull: tills Instjnt: .
K Hoover fees 111.110 .
mayor* ___ _._.__ )
I; I; I ;, "They came that night ar.d woke m!.' ('. ,\. Futch cl.'rks fies _hh.n__ 2:!.13: Un'w Ab SyiItiotcn Alvarez do doviiI ----nU..nn____--____--_____ ..hll.t. Do you realize that it's often a timely I like a fashion plate, with a hat that ,viM Murray a Ho: ) Ml .\c deInidai.I .
; : where :Mills I said Bradford Co TeleKrai printing and I \ VVainwrmht do nnnn.nn__ .'.",'1 i must have come from New York. Isn'tthat i once( painting; m I'ic.nrly *na ti j j'v
I up and asked was. put>li-.hinK ___ 21.11'1.)
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-- n -- nnnn Cliff Chnncey do 1 _hnnu___ b.l'lWill sign of kidney weakness Prompt wonderful?" .
c t I I did not know. Said he struck a light Bradford Co Ttlttcraph minute book___ n_ \ ).Mt',I :Mutt do --____.--____--_______-- i.11I1' > I of canvas bo".me exhaust(
N.: SternbcrK blanket for jail n n 1.1111 ____ ___ treitment is a safeguard: against more i Blair had than before "_ ilt-sJroua of 'urhi J
r more once : an
Frank Lane do : 1mpr
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' ,.<. _nnrl_ thev iWvnr.e, ,, and Harris) came I nunnn.n __ n .. __'_
-00-" Will Baisdtn do h___nnnunh T.II.1 ferious kianey irouoies. ut-e i>oans tried to his to tell the "' for use later In
; i in. Said his pistol was on a chair behind I I MarkUv Johndo __u____________ 5.011 i get courage up : a l'J'rlamb\tlclJ\
I Allan Canova do __ __ _______ 3.1111( ) Kidney Pills.\ Profit by a Starke res- high-spirited little girl that she was ::1 lupt the artM <1i,! one bit OB 1 1 1luIkiRhief
: I I t the door with his shirt, and when The A D D. Andrews I I killHiasUy; do .___-_______T_______nn Soil' ident's experience part of his own plans for happinessand t.itk til iu a Btretchal
he stooped to get his shirt he had to Chas Hia.ley do _____ _______ 6,1111 I
kL Harold, Wall do --____nu--___._--_____ 3.1.11 Mrs.[ A. E. Moitt[ W. Call Street, : that In the career he was about to .' .n his retuni to (11\11111 this p1I :I
: I I. 1 pick up his pistol and as he did so I Jay Aldeiman do nnnnun______ -.II.I' I Starke, says: "I had kidney trouble i start after his graduation from college l work was !being: IIH(ted, with o&

I L I Wynne shot aim He then went to Total I 2'l774I | and suffered from dull, nagging backjaches. I II i i he needed her encouragement .. by H wealthy oM hdy, wbo&j
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1 :' shooting both ways and ran. After Mercantile Co I I -Ro-d.I iridF d. I was also distressed by head- i more than anything. '-M d n d.-sire to purchase: It. 1fuf' !

-. ,i. .' t I he got away from the house some one 1.1 !'. ,Mtrcer. streit work! 00000000, __'_ 49.50Lumicr \ 'I' I "But, Clarice, I don't want you to be ': thought! it athk; !111!e to tell teV
f Qui"r. Co. lumler nail, 11.119v. aches. I used Dean's Kidney Pills
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I I J shot twice. Does not know how many I \ I.. Molt sca\ work .___--____--__ .I.OII I i independent. I don't want you to gc :' t it had IKHMI 1'Ilnt'luII: his! pocks{
: relieved the .
I 1 i' ; shots were fired in the house." Raiford FloridaWe __ ____. __ _____ 111.5"Bond I and they kidney annoyance "I- I on this way." I "'Hlu-rchlef "0", \" :.r )locket hu4 |
Total the backaches.
rid of "
f -- -- -- -- ---- -- and me ; ,
S. B. Kennard testified that Lons! Fund. I I Clarke was too full of the enthusiasm .' :i'-f: -xi i.iiuiL-1 Ih, old la41,
.. (Statement given March[ 10, 1911.) ,I 111 I'm neil, MInne ruined IMMurniv.
\ I Harliv. ::1 percent on 1791.6l1 pd I of achievement to be stilled.. j
confessed him in the jail II
to county ttJ.. B :MeCnary Co __un.-n_ ;3;:{.7'i; Lasting t Dem-fit. i. "I do wish had seen it beforeIt I .. : Tbr i I' I he shot B Co. 5 rctnt i you
Sunday moinmg that Wynne J McCreary pe cnmplmd -
pay the hiqhest price f for I work to &"|.t. 2 Uh -I.n.l R6 i I I Over three years later, :Mrs. :Moitt was sold, that hat i of* mine. Thfii: : off.1"-! UijCOFFIfJS ] i : as he was stooping down to turn up Bradford Co. Telegraph ..ul.IIzhngI.avn' I
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[ ; Cotton. Eqgs (and all kinds of 1 said) "I hawn't'suffered to amount to silk was just the color of the rasp. _-
; i the bed in search of his (Long's..) gun, ; ordinance -----------------1": > ,r;. -
I :: :: anything: from any symptoms of kid- : berry sirup we used"at the fo 1t in.1. i!
: t and that he then shot Harris. Country Produce.We Total ___-___ --_--__.___-- --_--__--I'l'im\ I Suddenly Blair realized that this: CASKETS

S At 11:45: all the evidence was in, buy our flour direct from I i Tax As>.es-or R. A. Weeks presented ..I fey Pills complaint made since of Doan's "Kidney j masterpiece of Clarice's was none 'I And a full line otUndertakers'

; .5. and by agieement of counsel no argument the mills! and are therefore in a his book for 191'!) The council took !!i Price ;r;l 0 cents a cure at ell my dealers.: case. Don'tiirply I; other than the_ property hat he had at : Supplies

was made to the jury except that up the work of equalization and ad- I present stowed away in his own room.
to make YOU better
State's Atorney A. V. Long said: "The position ,' jourred to FiKLy night, Sept. 8th. 'I'' a-k for a kidney 1"l'medy-g'et ; What :Maud had said to him about it Always on hand. The best to-

\. '- state has proven every allegation inr I prices. i'I' C. A. rUTCII. }Iliian's Kidney Pills-the !same that came back with vividness. What it I, vice at the lowest prices. Special

I r its indictment, and it will be your duty OUR FLOUR IS GUARAN rl'rk.1 :'Il's.[ Moitt has twice publicly lecommerded. 'I Clarice knew? What if she ever found attention to telegraph orders -

:J I I to tiring in a verdict of guilty of murder TEED. I I ter-Milbuin; Co., Props., out that this hat on which she had' --
i I'jffalo: X. Y. ((31)) much :
I spent so thought and care, and RqiteredEmbalmerDeWITT
: in the first degree. TEAChERS WILL I j I
I We have iust bought a verv I on which she had banked such hopes --
: Judge Wills read his charge to the FORFEIT WARRANTS: '
i. \ i jury and that body retired at 12 : large assortment of LADIES' THIS: :MAY BE Tin'F.. of future success, was bought only] C. JONES

I because it was a caricature? Blair uc'sr to G. C. Livingston 4 Co
.4 ; t o'clock, and after seven minutes le- D-iESS GOODS which it will (Continued From Page 1.) I tried to think of a scheme / .
f with verdict of follows before ATLANTA, Sept. 13.-R. E. Barry, whereby Starke. Fla.HULL'S .
i turned a guilty as pay you to inspect buy- I her feelings might be saved.
for the _
chief
po-.toffice inspector
-4i t i : ing. Our prices are RIGHT. warrants drawn for same: -- ----i
S I General School Fund. Southern division, whose headquarters -
t "We the jury find the defendant
; ? We have:: the largest line ofLadies' :May :lrKirn..y I'llsetine ___hnn-__ 4"canb ;;.''>> and home are in Atlanta, was awakened -
::: 4 t I guilty of murder in the first degieo. I 'onion! !Swift Ciek -____---_- :35.01;
-r So we all. G. A. Wiggins, Foie- and Men's'SHOES inI York CoKon Thomas _.n.nn__ rut I.rtrt at J o'clock in the morning by
.- say ______ "..
Kunice Robinson do Unn : oiA > .
man." I the county. If you need shoes I II C. 1\I.y! VewRivpr icoli __n___ ::i."'< the ringing of his telephone.Getting
I J The entire time consumed in the J. R Tlavi & ('o. insurance Brnnmn ."< up in his pajamas and barking -
; come in and look at our Stock. DEPARTMENT
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: 3. R. Da.K & Co. .h Liberty n.U_ 1I..5; I
i J trial two hours and thirty-seven I I ,,,,. _. ; his shins on a chair, the inspector
4 -. ; was Our line of Men's Hats are : Austin Ftaif'e! [1..1"' nhhn :3100\ ,
'. minutes and will the Rose Mary Hull Lawtey 0000______ MM ansvvoicd the summons in no very
Boisey Long
';, .; : death penalty for his crime. pay I.I up-to-date and the prices are HtI Rurnice I. n Terrv DtSha'o do____nnnun_ n__.____'___U 'I.IIII 40.111)"" pba! >ant frame of mind. I STORE .

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This disposition of theca i v 'tie' Stalsbv do ---- -- i<) no "Hello, said the inspector.
summary I
low.We Riba Brown do MM
q >e 5 iti very gratifying to all law are headquarters for R. H T.'rreI... -nhnun_---___--_______--__ .ftnHcifice ) "Hello is that 'ou. Mr. Barry?" t
abiding citizens. rutch Rising 00______________ '15.0;; "l "Yes; what is it ?" Neither Catts or Knott have affected our busi
I STOVES. Cooking Utensils. '. H. Futch do ;; I
-j The court room was packed with I t'railfonl Co Tdeirraph unhnnu printing! finan- 1"1'i This i is Blank, postmaster at Blank ness. We have a fine grocery trade and have fine
Nails. Files and all kinds of c:al statement _-_-- _____-___0000_ ..l"iFMe'l Florida," giving the of the
e:.i-r.est spectators during the morning Lamer k..lle> -_ -_-nnnn .!;"i.11'11 t : name postmaster groceries. We sell for cash. We nood line
I' have a
.1 session, and so tager was everyone Hardware.Get Bradford Co Tank interest nUn_ '..11.11Fnnip in a small town in the extreme'

: present to hear every word of the evidence your McClellan Tree Fdith Summers Martin I'rovultnce do .._____nnuU._..._.______ "4,1.11! >. 'It southern: '.ip of that state. ,I of Furniture, Hardware, Crockery and Glassware! ,

: .! that men almost appeared to Saddles from us. also your M.V.. J.H.GritTis Richard Boatdrai do nhn.UUU i _...____nn___ .JO.">.'",") I "Well, what is it ?" I Feeds, Fertilizers, A Solid Car of Phoslime (Soft
hold their breath, and through it all I *Ira Thomas Dowlinif :11\ .n' "The postoffice is burning down!
V: : the doomed man sat apparently the Buggy! Harness WaQon Harness : York Colson Thomas n- .uh.n_._nuhh- 511.11'1 What shall I do?" Phosphate and Lime) put up in 100 pound white
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Samnson : *
;: most composed one in the crowd. Hesiowed I Ii Plow Harness. Collars, !I I LilluCrosby.eon Th'>ma. :Midwav _City-_u.un..n un 3.110'1'> "Pour water on it, you fool! Good sacks, Get our Prices. Brick and Lime, Paits, Oils,
i Bridles. Leathers Eva Inv William Vnnderh.lt! __ :31. "tLizie bye." I
: Stirrup tra- -- ?
nct the least of
sign perturbation -
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: Mip-hall HamIlton 'icoli u..'_ 2:>. when the fatal words of the ver- ces. hames. or any: other piece John Oiwer Klarbt-e _._UhUn 3";;."0 And the inspector hung up the telephone buy Country Produce Eggs,
I ,I fI'e'\' ('n. ledger for office K.22! '
of his
dict were read. of Harness. WE HAVE THEM ;i \ W' Hill Brook --_.___nunn.----__--__ SI.lu ; ; but instead expressing Potatoes, Corn, Etc.
; Court reconvened at 2 o'clock when Plindtnd.r'on \:..lw> _n_U_n'n_. v!> fttiFdith f mind concerning that postmaster, he'lay
; ALL IN STOCK. T ''n.n.1 Tine Grove __ 3.1111; Yours for the Square Deal
:; the death sentence was pasesd on Long Ori. Smith \'w Zion .___uhn n..n_- jn.nil 'i in bed and chuckled and whooped I ,

and nothing remains now but for the We always have a good supply F p IVriii..U I.nn Pi!dire ._....._nn 41>.flftElisha with !laughter for an hour.
i Wilkinson) ___: __.
Rosier 4i: mi | I
1 : Governor to set the day for his execuI of Horse Feed. Cow Feed. F. G. Schtll ttlefranis postage-- .tc-- -__ r> V t N. B. HULL

;, I tion. II. L G." Rdllinir! ------_--____----_ 11; .miIjany ++t+++++f+'f+
Chicken Feed and our goods j HarrM Rnrev _..-.u.u-__. -1! .f"
.\, B Shaw Little Rnnnifs hhn____ !l0 doGtitruile RASpooom'llIII
CITY COUNCIL IN and prices satisfy. Thoma do _hhn_._._.._ jn" .fiftDelia THE
It4lln.. do .-_._._.._.-._._.--__ 4'l.CmT *
f REGULAR SESSION Ask for our Special Priceson I. Otrdtn Vandnrbil ..----.--_. ____ .in nnD ___,I._ _
VV Moore bniHin material Theres >."" -
Flour Bacon by the side.
L. A, Dais Heilbronr: __ :' In I'
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(Continued From Page 1.) Matches Lard KO"sit'i Rosier do nuu_ ___ 22 "0
and OLIVE
Tobaccos KENNSET.
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I Dora Johnson do __- :;:; By >OC<
I Ie h- --- -- J2 IMI )C >OO<>OC<)()OOO(
J Wills.- Washing Powders and lots ofl' 11..1.\! Fot'ir board spnice -""-===:: "1''
;, J, E. Doiirlas. do ---_----___----_---- !I.fiOI, r+*+**++f**++fffff+f*++**+++** }
I The title of said ordinance is in the other necessities. I L. W" kickliter do aid ctm-nittee work *,IIU ,
\ "Sihell When Blair Tuttle's sister :Maud
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F 0 salary! sUj.t n.n 1011 (III I
;, following! words and figures to-wit: Get your Lard Cans from us ;: -larH Co Bank borrowed momy ._liiftonft came home from finishing school she Protect Your
Rrda ford Co Bink ii lo 1"IMI no Money
"An ordinance confirming the provisions -we bought before the market i C. .\. Knight cle-iral work--'.-.-=.-=:===.- :25.00 unquestionably" had been thoroughly

and requirements of ordinanceXo Bradford Co Bank borrowed nv>ne2Vo: ;; on "finished.
advanced and sell them I,
can ---- Maud had always been content to
Sti of the ordinances of Starke. Total ______--_n_.'--._________--_.fioft4.S7
'EAP. I Special Tn School wear hats that came from Mrs. Crin-
Fla., passed on the first day of Aug- District
.1. c. Gaim y pump Porti'ram! _.1: .;"rt dIe's, but since she had brought home
S 4 u,.t, 191<>, whkh provides for the con- We will buy your Syrup. Bradford Co Te'e! ",raph puhli-hinc nn n firincnl I From the designs of the get-rich-quick
two hats from Madam Rose's in New .
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stiuction of certain street improv Sweet statim -nt n:1:\: II'
Potatoes and all other I.ill\! C-oslv saTVon City u-_ ___ :J'!;;.'nil York she hadn't any use for Crmdlestvle. promoter.
;:1 uent in the Town of Starke, Florida, COUNTRY PRODUCE have % W, Hill Brooks .._?-_--.n_-__-____ lino; I
you .I 1 2
W. :Morvan Vine Grove ::1..1!
and for the assessment of a portionof Edith hn.n_ ____._ "Isn't that the most impossible hat
fo sell. Tnwnst Iino (;ro\e 1't on' If have investigate -
the total co"t thereof against the I: It 1'1\11..11 i> I.onir Itriilin, _hU__. 'iA.flJohn you ever saw," she said one day when you money to invest,
We bought Outing last : (i-oH'r Elar..e __---___-------- 1111111, the advantages of the! Time Deposits
property abutting and fronting the our York Colson! Th"imas -." "'> she was passing :Mrs. Crindle's with I I" -

said implements." spring while it was cheap. I leon V. B Th..ma s hTvv Little Vli.luav Sin---| _:=_=__==:.-_.. 2n!-':.on." that big, g hearted brother of hers, issued by this Institution.

Ordinance No. SS being an ordinance 0 \\'. hh .u who was now in the graduating classat
We are HEADQUARTERSfor Moore huiM mattral Thi':'"s.a n.*""
I amending Section 100 of the Codified 1 I I. O/d, ,. nI.'rl..11 __________u_. ;1;.'>'i Truxdale captain of the football I

I. Ordinances! of a General Xature of the Furniture and are expectinga Eva May I I.umhcrrnr Williams,. dMnlectant do ?___--__Lawtey_--_-- 21 5.fliOuiirltv ""'> team and one of the most popular men. 6 They offer absolute safety for princi-

I Town of Starke, relating to houses of carload at any time. I \\.r R"|ieison !'looki! sHmKon| City __ $ '_. "It looks just like a raspberry sun i pal, a stable rate of interest and are
.1. I II l 1'iarce lu-nlier etc 1horra< n____ '>.1;; dae and it is quite as insipid and ab-
4 1 ill fame. We solicit a part of everv" Tomhnson \la n.B Dut Co. free \>osThomas I, readily negotiable for their full face

The ----__._____..______._- _--.__ 11\.lIt surd. 4:
.1 oidiPi.nre was read the first bodv's business. and WE WILL S. E. :Sun-mers work and incidentalsIroviil.nce Blair was more attentive to Maud'a value.

I tin'e by its title. Upon motion and APPRECIATE YOUR PATRON- -____--_--________--____ ::1.35 little tirade than she had expected. 2

second the rules were waived and thflc'dirance AGE. Total' _.__nn___. -_____.--_--.n :!:6.5 "You ought to know, I suppose," Our Officers will be glad to give
S ) was passed to second read: I F. G. SCHELL.Secretarv. agreed Blair. "Now, I'll tell you whyI X you

ing. The ordinance was lead Ae ser- am interested. You know our senior further details.Bank .

ord time by its title. Uponnotion: play. Of course, no one is supposedto

I' and second the rules were further: The A A. D, Andrews COTTON KEPORT. know what it is about, but I have

waived and the ordinance passed to I got to get your help. For some reason -

-v thiid leading. There were ;54 bales of cotton >gi'i-I I am in charge of the costumes.I i oj Starke
have got to that the fellows
see
get
Mercantile Co
.,', The ordinance was read the third ; ncd in Bradford county, from thp crop the right sort of thing to wear for
::. time in full, and put upon its of '9tli, I
pas- I prior to September 1, 19K] their parts. Now, one of the charac.

sage. THE BRICK STORE I as compared with 45 lales ginned to ters is a young gawk of a country I Starke :-: FloridaL't

a The roll was called and the vote recorded September 1, 1915 girl, and her part calls for Just the ,

as follows: Raiford Florida N. D. WAI.N WRIGHT. kind of thing that you seem to think

; Ayes-S. A. Bryan. E. S. Mat- -- Special Aper.t. that raspberry-sundae hat stands for Xooooc<)oooo ?<)OC(

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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER I 13; 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE THREE

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::E: public, and Thos. J. Dekle for justiceof THE COUNTRY GRAVEYARD AM -

l MINUTES OF CO.COMMISSIONERS the peace, district No. 2, were approved. COMMUNITY SPIRIT. Keepinffiuntifmti
Short
i News of Florida in Paragraphs I .

oaiebT5i4.R52fi252. xa a-ao .22525575252a25t52s2R 25252s5a -[
I. Ervir. IIigginbotham's name was rpI. We hardly ever travel a couple of
i:..-tated upon the pauper roll and ordered DRIVING OUT CATARRH
hours in district withou
any country :
CL a Live State News J paid $2: per month. If people knew hew tv! presence 1'of
j having some neglected country graveyard catarrh is a constant menace,
I I Report of the clerk for fees collected ]j remind us of Dr. Knapp cay- they would have nona of it. It !
asrszszsess cs o ++ o. szszszszsxsaszsz m Infests some part of the delicately
Told by Our Exchanges.SARA50TA. j I I Complete Minutes of Meeting from candidates for the sevrnl offices ,: that "the average country graveyard I adjusted bojy and mikcsit useless, ;''
thus throwing on th.j ether '
and amount paid out for the ex- organs
L in the South looks if it didn'tbelieve
as I more than their share r-f work. It l-f
___ ___ i Held Monday, September I ease of primary was app soled and i in a resunection." : affords a carefully prepared seedbed -
I for the perms vt colds, grip,
.-Geo. L. Roberts, a hands of the Internal Improvement i Fourth. sj.me ordered filed. I I[ The family burying ground ought tuberculosis and pneumonia. It so

Sarasota boat builder, is organizinga Board and place it in the hands of a j I The fallowing petition' armed i by really to give way everywhere to Un dlearrangesature's to make possible dc-Icat.asthma! plansas hay

?50( ,
size of his: yards and to better facilitate -j I validate a bond issue of $3,000,000 for of county commissioners met at the the board. -first, because almost any farm may systemic, thus involving many or- s
the and debilitating the entire
We the vans
citizens and
undersigned
the handling of this class of 1 continuing the work. court house and was called to order by taxpayers pass into the hands of new, uncaring system with serious results

work. i Chairman J. B. Crews, with all members petition your honorable body I owners to whom the sacred mounds Catarrh rarely gets is easily well neglected of Itself., ant It tIt ,

I to grant a public road as follows: Beginning : will be obstacles cultivation needs medicinal correction. t
I ) present, to-wit: S. T. bowling, I only to : proper ,
\II.UII.-By an overwhelming For almost half a century many
at county line of Bradford and
the of the Miami section last J. L. Underhill, D. W. I'inholster and and secondly, because we need to encourage thousands have found help in Pe-
FT. LAUDERDALE. a vote of voters I L A. Williams.. I 1 I Clay counties on section line leading in the South everything that rune a valuable tonic with epecUl t
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week week authorized $000,000 bond issue efficacy in catarrhal conditions.The .
3O! to 1 1I'D Broward county last a Minutes of last meeting read and west between sections :23, 35, 20 and looks to the development of the community aim is to clean nut waste matter -
voted to remain in the dry column. for the purpo of building a 1 :::.") intersecting with Starke and Mol- to dispel the catarrhal inflammation : I
approved.The spirit as distinguished from and tone up th9 whole ayr-
Not a angle precinct was carried by causeway across Biscayne bay, connecting I, rope road on said line at or near the the individualistic! tem. Its users willingly tectlfy t
bill of n. X. Horn for $liO for I family or spirit. :
it
result surpriseas the city of Miami with Miami that has done all this and even fti
The was no I
the wets. fold of Dixon branch. After being The idea of family having its more for catarrhal sufferers. Whatit
lumber for use of the public roads every
it was generally conceded the liquor Beach. The causeway will be three I I considered by the board motion has done is the bent proof of l
half miles and will leading from Dukes to Lake Butler, upon own cemetery is only another illustration what it will do. You ar-ay rely ca
would lose out. and a long con-
interests : and second road and it Peruna,
granted, was of the sentiment illu i f:
tain two openings of two thousand I upon motion and second, further time (I II narrow In tablet form It is pleasant to ti
further ordered that petitioners open trated the take and easy to administer.Manalfn. .,
I granted J. B. Crews to investigate and by prayer
feet each, at either end of the causeway -
ST. AUGUSTINE.-Sister Esther to enable the tide water to have I i I make report as to the payment of the and place said road in good traveling "God bless;; me and my wife Tablet are j 4

severely :shocked by i 1 I condition without any expense .to the Son John and his wife I the ideal
Carlotta was : free flow. Work will be commenced said bill. I I Inxative and

lightning at her home on Rhode avenue Dili presented for $28 for payment county. Us four liver tonic.
II I
the bond is avail-
as soon as money They have +
I Previous' notice been I' 4
during; the hea\y thunder storm of.I able. of inspectors and clerks of Starke, having given And no more." r>3 unpleasant

Wednesday afternoon, and is only now I Lake Butler; New' River and Palestine that the board would be in session the A friend told us the other day about *Council end do effects not ,

to from the effects i II I I first Monday in September to hear .frhe form a habit.
beginr.irg recover precincts for service on account of the a rural community cemetery in McKinney '

of the accident.MILTON MIAMI-Although Dade county citrus ] recount and correcting the returns of j complaints of any party or parties: County, Texas, the people of lOc 25c. %"t'
fruit will l be for whose valuation real! TitPernaaCo.Cohnnbui
( not ready hipI i the primary election held June G, 191
last made ment until the last of October, buyers :: : personal property had been changedby times to i it clam and
.-Florida year I I Upon motion and second bill laid over a year keep
are already bidding for the crop and < the board hitting as a board of I' - -
and this beautiful and know of another
12,00rii: ( > bushels of corn, until next meeting of the board. ; we
good prices have been offered for the; equalization. J. M. Shaw. Sr., -
year it is estimated she will produce I I' The committee appointed to investigate appeared rural community in which a trust fund

13,000,1100.! This is doing pretty well fruit on the trees. Several growers' proposition to purchase a trac- before the board and rendered com- of several thousand dollars has been Your Money Back ,

when it is considered that Florida is: have been offered $1.50 a box for the ', tion engine to be used upon the pub- j plaint as to the valuation of his real raised, the interest being used as a If Not Benefited
fruit for their entire estate. After examination the
r.ot essentially a corn state; corn being on trees crop, lie roads, presented their report and by perpetual maintenance fund for the
and others have been offered as high I I board it was ordered that the valuation -
one of the many crops that are I I recommended that the county do rot; '! burial grounds What we set out to We Guarantee

helping to enrich the Florida farmer.JACKSONVILLE I as $2: a box. Some growers have sold i i iI make the purchase: of said engine. I I'| of his real estate be, reduced suggest, however, is simply the opportunity -

at the prices offered by the early buyers from $lr 00 to $1,000. Isham Ogden for
I The committee appointed to meet cooperative work in redeeming ,
but others are holding for the and! harles S. Swain made coinplairts
.-A big ostrich, I with the committee appointed by the I these country graveyardsfrom
later prices, which they believe will be' i iI j but card refused to make any changes iW
this city from Chicago, board of Columbia county to investigate their present dreary hopelessness f trI
to
shipped I j I higher, owing to the short market. in the valuation.The I '
the proposition to build bridge of If there is
made things lively in the local express -I a appearance. a neg-

office Tuesday when he brokeup across Olustee creek at the Clyatt followingLilIs were approvedand Iccted family burying ground near you

the crate in which he was confinedand I TILLA.-Five hundred acres ford, reported that they met with the scrip ordered drawn for same. why not get a few neighbors to join For Sick Women

of peach trees will be set on land belonging Pauper Allowance I
for He was committee from Columbia county and with you some Saturday afternoon inputting
made a dash liberty. I Mary Ward _________________________ 400
finally subdued by express company to }lr. Harry E. Collins, of ;| investigated and estimated the cost of Martha Gatlin _______________________ 3.OOI] it into shape, or if it is a ; a

employes and delivered in the origi- Umatilla. One hundred men are now \ building said bridge at $1000. After Piney Nancy Conner Dyers ..__.......__.__________ 4.00 2.00 church cemetery, have the preacher fix'0 men's If you peculiar are suffering ills, we know from this wo-: +'
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nal package. at work clearing the land north of.I I being considered by the board and up- 'nhn McU-nnon ______________________ :;.00 I| a time for all the members to join in ;! medicine will brir.g YOU relief

this place on which the trees will be' it ordered Mrs. Breeze -------------------------- 7.00 because
on motion and second, was beautifying resolving in case it has helped thousandsof
Amanda Thomas _____________________ 3.00 any I
set. The Leesburg Commercial says i I that Bradford county meet Columbia Lee Crosby ____________-_-___________ 10.00F.mtlinl' I to plant some trees, shrubs, vines and other women for more than 30 i ;.
TAIPA.-For the first time in his- Mr. Collins has demonstrated the Griffis _____________________ 3.00, years. Its value has been proven, 'JFf
pos- county in making all fills and con- flowers ? I
is to become grain Caroline Griffis :3-00 and that is the dealer back-
Florida a exporting ----------------------- why ,
tory, sibilities of culture in this _____ __ ____._
peach sec- structing all bridges necessary across !II"" D. M. McKnight 3.00 I The graves of our fathers deserve )
state this fall. The corn crop tion with his of G. J. Campbell ___________________._ :S.CO: I ed by our own guarantee, will l
than 2,000 trees the Jewell i Olustee creek at what i known as 1e Banner Dyal far better care than we have given } positively refund your money if -
this is larger -----------------------
of Florida year I variety.. At two years these trees Clyatt ford. Said work to be done Sallie\! Starling ______________________ 3.001 I them. yoc are not benefited by the very .r
ever before. In view of this fact the I Wade McKniRht ________n__________ 3.00 first bottle. .
Air Line railway and the : gave him a :yield of $1 per tree and j! with convict labor, and said work not Lizzie Willis _________________________ 2.00n..fuq

Seaboard the .TacV'on _____.___.__._____.___. t,1
last season;: which was third year j ito exceed $1,000.A. 3.00 ARREST REVEALS THEFTOF TRY IT! THAT IS All, WE ASK. l
Atlantic Coast Line railway had newsidings Mrs.I X. D. Newmans _________________ 5.00 ,I, ..
the the trees have been out. this yield A. Durden and B. Y. Saxon, committee Ma;'ha RiKS ________________________ 2.50 U. S. MILITABYMAI'S I. $1 at your Dealers'. See them today. :
scales of rates, covering was doubled. the of Susan Kelley ________________________ 10.00 '- i
corn belt. These rates ran from 7 to I I' from town Hampton, appeared Wm. Lane .-_________________________ 3.00 I THACHER MEDICINE CO., ,:.tChattltnoo.a.
before, the board and submitted I,. L. Hasan _____u_________________ 2.SO Herbert Saur Son of \Ve tphalian No-! '
10 cents per 100 pounds. The rates Rachi-1 Stokes __________________._____ 2.00 > .Tann. (
were good from the corn belt to the I 1'EXSACOLA. American ship ,I the following proposition: That -Joseph Bryant __________.__________ 2.on bleman. Held on Charge. 1

Marcus L. Urann. which arrived' here the town of Hampton would clay one- Lizzie; Hunter ________________________ 3.00 I I .
cities of Jacksonville, Tampa and i W. J. Gliason _______________________ 3.00 I -- -- ,-
Pensacola, the distributing centers. Tuesday from Pernambuco, Brazil, fourth of a mile cf public road connecting Rachel Taylor _______________________ 2.00 NEW YORK Sept. 7.-The theft of ISa-
I stopped in the South Atlantic bya with public street leading Elizabeth Hunter ____________________ 2.nn ,, -
Florence Holton ___._______-_________. 3.00 eight secret military maps of the United -
British cruiser, and H. Harelssfn, a from the railroad depot east for the 1. C. HOT .uu______________________ :3.00 States, containing information of .
TALLAHASSEE.-There will !become ;i German; member of the Urann's sum of $1 )(), subject to the investigation I'John Wright _______________________ :2.00 the mp$ ': .d
crew waters around the Aleutian islands '
effective in few days on the warren Hersey ___-__________________ 3.00Mrs. 'I 1 '.1IJ.II ..
a was seized. Captain'Urann, who reported of the board or a cojnmittee; ap- E. C. Crews and daughter ____.. Son Alaska, was said to have been disclosed t if I

Seaboard Air Line railway and the the board. After being Thomas Oval ___u._. _--_.____--_____ 400 when Federal agents who .]I '
i the incident to the government pointed by recovered .IJ
Line railroad Martha Won]: ._____________ __ :1.00 .
Atlantic Coast a new ,| officials here, said the vessel was sixteen considered by the board upon motionof \fV "!rMt _u. nn. ______ ____ :!.Oo them confronted Herbert Sauer, in i I {

schedule of rates on corn in carloads ; Isaac C'ark _____________...-._____ ___ 2.00 jail here and accused him of stealing q ESPECIAILLYADAPTED a
1 days out of Norfolk when stop- D. W. Pinholster l and second by A. l.tiinan! AltTian .__ _._.__.. h_____ 2.00NVwmans thorn from ,
of minimum from coast guard officers The
40,0(10 pounds ,ped.. He said the officers who came on H. Williams that the board accej.t Childre hUhu.n 4.00 f
Florida points to Tampa and Jacksonville Mr 1'iter 1'armrnUr __hun._. __. :1.00 maps, it is said, were recovered in a .
board refused to give the name of the proposition submitted by the committee. _
Allen Eilwaris l ___ :110Erv'n
I hh..Uh.u rooming house in Baltimore where his
with the ide aof giving Flor- FOR YOUR STATE
cruiser, which was flying a British Williams, Pinholster and Crews Hi'/cinbotham u.uuu. :liar: said to have I lived. I I II
ida opportunity to com-
grown corn an flag, and appeared to be about a 1'V for same; bowling and Underhill voting T"tal .. ___. ______nnh 11:1')11 A coast guard codebook stolen at.. 1"1"
in the markets of Tampa and kZ
pete 0"0'( ton boat.DeLAXD.Monday. aganist proposition.: General Fund.Citv the time the maps disappeared from AtljIj I ,
Jacksonville with Western corn, which i I I K-H! flap !lights and ,x-loln-s. :3.72I" :
I!j J. T. Lewis, manager of the Tribune V Kr.ifbt.r:. rec _uuun ifl.in: the cutter Apache, also was found in ,I I.I I. i
reaches said markets almost exclusively I'\lblj.hin! Company of Raiford, :submitted : \v.I. t' ..,4s t erk paid txi Mxtaire rte 'n the rooming house, according to the' .
by cheap: water rates. morning at ten -1 1-'. I. Williams janitor __n_..._unn l.>.(" authorities.
o'clock at the home of Isacc Aiken, on to the board a proposition V Williams. 1 da com and milratre.-! 1.20 I OUR INSTRUCTIVECATALOGUE 11 I ;'::3I
I booklet of f't.Cn.. liooks for rlt-rk's office ___. ..W.rollBra.lr.r Sauer, who claims to be the son ofa
j the outskirts of Yemassee colored settlement make up an illustrated I
-tphalian arrested
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BRtOi SnLLE.-J. D. Hope ship- ; 2.000: copies setting forth the advantages I S. T Piiwlini.\ 1 day cm and mileage. K"" was
after1oln'cJe 'I i: little four-year old Thelma I. fnderhill do --___._.....__--_-__ 4.'-> here a few days ago in connection with i I I WEEKLYPRICE i :!j
ped to Tampa last Friday and possibilities:! of Bradford ______
Aiken was accidentally :hot and killed t> W. PinhiiNtrr do uun. ;-.I the my.terious death of Mrs. Caroline
car load of cattle. The car was for th3 of SlOt After .1. n. Crews do _unh.n.__ ';.lii j LIST
by her older brother Ophelia Aiken. county sum P.u"vut.'h.Addin/ Martine Co paler !" Tiark 7J: years: old. I r ii
sold to Nick Montleona and it is state : -
From little shreds of information at "being duly considered by the board,

ed that a good price was realized motion and second proposition Tutu! -! PAPER: MILL AT MARYS WILL !
ST. SEND
hand it seems that the boy, who i i.years i.7; upon Un.d and lridr Fund ? FOR if
from the sale of them. Mr. Hope has accepted and clerk of said board instructed IJradfiirJ Co Hank inti-n-st on .crip .___ fl. of age, had been playing around :SOON BE RUNNING I I I \-i
THEM
been for the several months making Priiir Store medicine for tnn4. !'; TODAY \
past draw warrant for the sum "
house to I)
the with a single barrel shotgun D"Ui'laKniyht r'd for mules and .
an average of a carload every of $100 payable to the Tribune Publishing "..imi'ifur, ; convicts ---___--_____ ":!. "
and had several times before the
J. H. S arl.roul'h repairing wagon etc At the mill the
week and states that he is still goingto accident occurred snapped the trigger Company for said work. fir convicts _n..n. .__.__ -- 7.H5: paper all machinery appears EHRTINSEEDCO; ii
be 1
to nearly placed and
ship as fast as he can secure the State:: claim of Mrs. Julia F. M. Hvirs 1'low C"i. rerai.-init; : roadsera1 ears
pension
without any resultant explosion. The animals. It seems that cattle raising little girl was; standing! in the door- Knight approved. I J. B. Powlintr feeding conic -_ 2fiViO! : <5> JACKSONVILLE FLAT .
DolinE of & 15.1.00; paper manufacture will begin: in I _
is in Hernandoand J. B. pay captain guards
a profitable industry
Bonds of H. 0. Brown for
way of the house when her brother J. R. Oo'vlinir supplies for convicts _. 11.43H. : few weeks' time. It is impressive
it should be followed by more of -- ----- .- -- --notary 1 D. Wacden repairing bridge ,,_h_ :3.00 a quite an -
leveled the at her and the cartridge THE FLORIDAMETAIPRODUCISCGMANUFACTURE
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gun __ of machines vats and
the :1 Hasid r> alen road work uuu 5.00W. array ,
people. i iJACKSONVILLE. I I exploded sending a load of shot'' A SLUGGISH LIVER H. Thomas repairing bridge: u___ 4.00 K-llers that extends 150 feet from the

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R. H. Thomas do 13.00
u h u.u
D into the left side of her head, tearing CALOMEL DYNAMITES I al.) ,' P.utU-r Hwd Co. supplies convicts lMi'0 first machine, which crushes, splits

.-A number of the top of her head off and death le- S. B. Denmark delivering cony nu' 12.0 and cuts in desired lengths the raw METAL
hitherto well behaved in the Miami '! I! StrirUand & Ball supplies for convicts 31.55 I
men sululted in few minutes. The little !
a j W. H. Andrews lumber and work _u__ !t.!'!> material, to the last roller that delivers CEILINGSCULVERTS.SHIN6LE5

company of the Second regimentmade girl was a grand daughter of Governor Crashes Into Sour Bile, making J. M Fralick,, house rent convicts etc __ fi.OO the finished product to the stor-
J. R. Cre -s 6 days road insp n.uu 12.00
a bad break the other day. They Aiken. You Sick and You Losea .1. R. rViwlinn repairing bridge unn 2.00 age house. The gangs of rollers can
decided to return home without leave, .Ta.ner Rrown cutting out log uun__ .25!
Work. .t. K Harris repairing: bridge __n__" 2.00! be governed in speed to deliver the f r
and deliberately marched off to Jack- Day's & Jonas Thornton lumber __.___ 12.38 ,
E.
BARTOW.-Judge Rhydon. Call, W. paper as rapidly as 300 running feet SHEET METAL
sonville, carrying their puns and part R. Y. Saran road work _____unU S.OO
of the United States District Court, I S. T. Doling committee work u.u__ s.,a per minute. And though the present
()f their equipment. They were rounded has rendered a decision which will > Calomel salivates! It's mercury R. H. Thomas yen road work ________ 15.85A. plant will be run for a time at five BUILDING .
up and brought back to and 1 H. Williams :3 day. insp roads __n ..00Ouirley MATERIAL
camp, cause the patent to a tract of one hundred Calomel acts like dynamite on a slug- Lumber Co. lumber __________ 1P.53: tons daily output it is capable of producing WRITE TODAY AND SPECIAL

given ninety days apiece. Their quar- i acres reputed to be valuable for gish liver. When calomel comes into H. F Parmenter cutting out 11 lops -. :!.U ten tons.Bullrushes (CATALOGUES QUOTATIONS i
termaster who the with bile D. C. Witt professional service convict R.50 I
led contact it crashes
escapade, was sour intoit JACKSONVILLEFLk
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phosphate deposits, and which is nowi fuifley Lumber Co. lumler nU.n__. 2."s or as more commonly
sentenced to a term in the federal causing cramping and nausea. "'-1"p; held by the Charleston Mining and ____ known, the common marsh reeds, that
prison at Fort Leavenworth.I I i | If you feel bilious, headachy, con- T> E Hall cutting out lollS nU l.oo
Manufacturing Company: to he can-1 Magnolia Lumber Co. lumter un.__. iO.'m cover thousands of acres of marsh 0 1
stipated and all knocked out, just go -= Ask Your
celled. according to information received j jto druggist and get a 50 cent I Total 779.04 hereabouts, is vegetation that the
| your ---u.-------- --
MAYO.-Out of three four-yoke ,, by United States District Attorney bottle of Dodson's Ltver Tone, whichis Drainage-F d------ I mill will start on. The reeds will be
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I Peoples Bank of Jacksonville! intereston For
teams of cattle belonging to the Mayo Herbert S. Phillips, of Tampa. a harmless vegetable substitute for bonds __n______________________ 336.00 unloaded at the dock into a conveyorin

Mill Company that were grouped to- The land which is located near Fort dargerous calomel. Take a spoonfuland Fine and Forfeiture Fund I which running artesian water will
< Geo. A. Gardiner case C. H. Crews _. 3.W"
1 gether during the electrical storm on Meade, is said to be cne of the richest if it doesn't start your liver and 1.. Pann const do _... uu.nuu 12.95 float it to the mill and into the crush-

Tuesday afternoon, a single bolt of tracts of phosphate land in the state. straighten you up better and quicker j' 1. R. Nauriirht wit_ _Ununnu____ 3.40 ing rollers. 1

electricity! killed eleven head. The Xo valuation was set on it in any r.f than nasty calomel and without making | Ben Walter! Andrews Howard do do uuunuu_. _uuu_______ 3.4"3.40 The building, 50x200 feet, that houses -

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entire -four head knocked you sick, you just go back and get Ren Osteen do u 3.4"
twenty were the court proceedings; but District I'I Jack Paduett do _u____________ ----- :3.40 the machinery, looks now like a car
down, but while considerably stunned Attorney Phillips, who conducted the your money. J. C. Cherry do ____.__-______________ 3.4* I shed, but \\lllater on be floored on COFFEES
"hirten of I If you take calomel today you'll be : E. Washington 1o .____nhh__ :3.40 ;
them recovered, while 11 suit for the United States, declares sick and nauseated tomorrow besides I II '..... Rnvnolds do --_____--___._____-__ :34'1' concrete foundations and the openings
I died. This is quite a severe loss to the its value will run well into six figures ; I .T. W. Edwards juror n______________ 1.00. enclosed with glass. Moreover if final
I I I it may salivate you, while if you take IM:: Greene do ______________________ 1.00. Best
company, not only because of their The government based its contentions Dodson's Liver Tone you will wake up ,t. Cowart do _______ ._.._..._.______ ]. /\ j jT plans aie carried out. the present By Every Test
i intrinsic value but because well trained : I r HaisV.p do ___. ____ __ I'" '
f the law-which forbids the sale -- -- ---- -- | will become
.i or feeling great, full of ambition and L R. Edwards _____-_uu-__.___ 1'/\1 I building one wingof a
l cattle are hard to get hold off now, homesteading of any lands valuablefor ready for work or play. It's harmless, L i Haves do __--.--__----______--_ l.Ort building three times as big and containing t

and it will require a considerable effort mineral except they be sold as pleasant and safe to give to children; Dr I. P. Tomlinon. county phyician4.1" I. a much larger mill.
A. S. C-*..< co ar.y ____ ___'___. ._.n 4.17 | EDGAR EYES
, to replace these teams. j mining lands. they like it. (13-44)) .T. F Kiekliter unj.lies for jail __.n_ "!.2" I The National Cellulose Companynow
', -- -- R. H .Denmark guard 8t jail _________ 20.00 I j Optician TesteJACKSONVILLEFLA 4
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j i market this season for their usualpurchases. M tchtll Druir Store medicine at jail__ 10.4' men employed s

, FT. LAUDERDALE.-W. H. Marshall I Q IXCY.-Th(> decision of the This information came at I Sar\e.Telephone Co. phone rent ..._ S.oo +| pay roll puts S350 in good hard cash .
I fieo \ C.aHiner case Lem Gocdine
state representative-elect from American Cigar Company to buy the I a time when the farmers were at a S. B O"nmark.1o __.___.____ ?____?__ 0 3.161.,'1'I| in circulation every Saturday night. Broken Ltrxsea Duplicated; I

Broward county, who is visiting each remainder of the run tobacco crop is loss to know whether to plant or not .Tulia:Monk Reynold Hood'vine wit do ___unnn___._________________ 1.301 1.301|j, The present! mill when in operation WcSptcilliu Same" "JOrders Day u Recie- vcdWtfyPbsUte

legislator in the .interests of Everglades one of the biggest things that has : and hailed the best of Felix Goodwine io ___________________ 1.30'; will employ at least fifty people.- 140 w. ro wvTH ST. I
was as news at
di"n Coodw-ine do ___ ._____n________ 1.30i I .
drainage, reports that he is happened in a long time for the far- : the time and those who had beer Wm Tison do n__._________________ 1.3'11 j i Southeast Georgian. -- --

I meeting with a great deal of encouragement mers of Gadsden well the two Minni Tison do ______._______._____ 1.30 The Strong Withstand the heat of
as as planting or disposing of their crops White juror ___________________ 1.11'1. Summer Better Than the Weak
t and that many of the legislAtors Georgia counties of Decatur and Grad "adily commenced to prepare to make J. S. Sanp do _n_____________________ 1.1)111) | Read the Telegraph. Old who feeble and
: have do .. __ ______.___. ____ 1-0 people are younger
pledged him to go on m .). Just before planting time repre- the very best tobacco that they had J H. C.D.Painey mingwr do u__n________-____ 1.01 j! Total ____________________________n T44.52 people who are weak,win be strengthenedand

i inspection trip through the 'glades "' "tat \'es of the American Cigar Co.gate ever made, and they did it, too. Not J. L. Roan do ______________________ 1 .001 j I The board adjourned until the first enabled to go through the depressing -
December 10th to 15th. Mr. Marshall A. J. S 1 Kinney do ___________________ 1.0' I heat of summer t>? taking regularly
out the information that unless Monday in October, 1916. .
did make the best but
I hDl'S only they they S. B. Denmark feed rjr prisoners _n_ 112.50S. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It purifies
to have the next legislature something unforseen happened to produced nearly twice as much per E. Denmark cost case J. G. Mitchell__ 3.15 W. T. WEEKS;, and enriches the blod and builds ED
tzke :2.0*
the Ceo..so. Gardiner rue John Haywood
drainage work out of the prevent that company would be in the acre as they had ever produced S. B. Denmark do ___________________ -93': Clerk and Auditor. the whole 5j'5t m. 50c. '
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railroad rates so as to enable it to tain expensive lobbies at legislative 'moral and cicic:.betterment in a I

fj c: ,,: r Bradford! County Telegraph regulate also railroad wages and labor centers. Juries are none too friendly OPENING OF THE BRADFORD COUNTY ber of lines. nq'I

i I __ -- conditions. The two activities prob- toward railroad interests and the best I: Mrs. Hallig.in- was assisted in Sen.

I; K ii! I) ': Published Weekly and entered as sec erly go together. The new situation legal talent of the country is placedon ing refeshmer.ts by her sons, Ftaq
t the of the railroads. Great HIGH SCHOOL 274 PUPILS ENTERED Halligan and Everttt t
of payrolls i
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. : f : ond class matter at the post-alfice at brought about b) the adjustment ; I cider "htI
;' railroad labor war seems to make such newspapers are owned by railroads to I waited on the ladies in s most til
Starke Florida. .1
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F3 I'I' ., a step inevitable. sway public sentiment and control the i loot manner. The hostess served QJ.

1'f3 1'f:: \io E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner I I Having got most of what they wanted political influence. Thus the lobby, Last Monday morning at !9 o'clock,. High School at Weaverville Washingj'i j' ]ly Varden and pound cake with'.lei i I

I! from the hands of Congress, the legal and publicity departments rep- the Bradford County High School 1 f ton, also the Weaverville College. Has :'cream. At the close of the mee n

: II. E. LAGERGREN, Associate Editor !I I brotherhoods will find that they have resent an enormous expense, which opened with a large attendance of pu taken teachers training in Gainesville !j jit was decided to meet with Mn, t I

E i ---- I must ultimately fall the publicat .1 Z. Adkins in September., !
--
1 i \ exchanged one master for anotherthe -- upon pils and patrons. The following program and Dade City. 'I

: Clay county is improving her lands railroads for the government. large in the making up of tariff : was carried out in the auditor-I Miss Alma Clark finished her higher I, Those enjoying the afUrnoon "elt !

', and roads rapidly. Before the improvement will doubt be rates. i' Mesdames[ G. M.[ Sistrunk
.!"r i Their new master no ium: ed.ication: : at Wea\erville College, L A. Da:

r., spirit cools off it is to be more exacting in making them live up There are many perplexing problems Instrumental Trio-Miss Doris Law, I in Washington state. Took the teach- vis. F. H. Brooks, A. M. Darby, A. ..

';'t': hope' that a good steel bridge will to their responsibilities. connected with this great sub- violin; :Mrs. Hughes, piano; Mr. Blanchard I ers training in Gainesville and in the ''Adkins! H. D.. Randall, of La 't- :,

'i";. I I l take the place of the ferry across From this time on, a railroad em- ject, but none of them ever seem to Law, cdrnet.De'otionalne I Central Xoimal School Dade Cit}". ': :\Irs. J. C. Aftlrw. -Gair.esvS. i

t : it I Black Creek at 1iddleburg.I ploye is definitely a public servant. reach the point of final settlement.The ,'. :M. :M. Fr}'er. I :Miss Emma Darb fromStaike Howard Randall, 1. of I.rvtey, !JjjjT i I

I f I Legislation will doubtless be enacted same old problems arise ever and Piano Duet-Misses Florence Matthews ) graduated Amelia Ray, )!l' -dames j. F. CoBn I II i
the Attended
t People who order goods from the next winter establishing this new anon and like Banquo's ghost will not and Cleo Mitchell. -j, the Gainesville High School school for C. A. Futch, f{; H. Long, J. F. )Kid! :

r t 'I' : stores by telephone should know what status.-Tampa Tribune. lie down. It is noteworthy to mention Recitation, "Why?"-Master Laurie term Holds second summer grade certificate.one liter, 0. J. (;Groin; (J. <"? Livingsta/ I Ir. :

t""! t I they want before they call up a store. --. that when a temporary settlement of ,iison.: J. S. Brown, J.W.';: White. J. R Davis :
of them is made the public M-!: '. (U. L. Stuck finished her higher / 1S.. :Matthew
t While they ask endless questions customers THE BOOKS THAT LIVE. anyone Instrumental Solo-Miss Anna Ca- ? and Mss; !XiDJ tif :

t in the store must wait. Some inevitably the goat. Transportationrates nova. education at Cox College, Atlanta. 1o'ell.! :. ',;

\ L of them have no time to wait and must Those grown-ups who would like to continue to rise from year to Trio-:Mrs. Hughes pianoliS5; Has taken teachers work in the ,i iGair.isille ..

i leave the store and go elsewhere to be acquire knowledge, but have not the year, but seldom indeed do you hear Doris Law, violin; Mr. Blanchard Law ; summer school. Bad Colds from, Little Ssee:s Grow I
of them reduced to I !j )lrs. J. C. Poppell teaches under .
being a i j!
'r any appreciable cornet. : cold that
Many ;
, s 't \ served. time or the energy needed to dig it rang o'In all!\ aiata :
I ] extent.If I Address on the subject of Discipline first grade certificate. Has had spe- start with :
: I out of text books, may acquire a passable '', a sneeze, a dffle, a mho'

1 I : Last Friday the Palm Beach Sun education by leading now Is. Wedo the roads show a good healthy I and Order-Prof. S. S. llo\\ling. cial training under Mrs. Hamilton, throat a tight( chest. You know th. ,,
; t
I dividend there i is never a thought/ of Address, "The Great of[ Misses Longmire/ and :Morrell. Mrs.
r Importance ,
symptoms s.n f knmv
.!j' came out with twenty-eight pages replete not mean the trashy productions of you prompt
f lowering the rates; it is grasped as Our Educational Work"-Rev. L. W.Kickliter. Poppell has had nine years experience treatment \\il''! creak it .
o; with matter descriptive of the the present day, but those written by UI Dr. hinge
I I another opportunity to sell more watered in primary work.
i town and section, all well illustrated. the masters of literature. Their fici New Discovery, with its soothingeati. ,
stock and when the roads Miss Mildred Crosby graduatedfrom '
I cannot Address Mr. J. C. Poppell. septic balsams: has been
F i il'1 with the
West Palm Beach got on the map in and essays, compared ; breaking m
1 I pay dividends on their fictitious Address Rev. W. G. Law. the Starke High! School. Holds colds
and hc ali
'
stuff written is like :g coughs of '
: 1893: ; now she has 4,090 permanent now a sermon bya I young and
Y, values, their distressed condition i is Address second grade certificate. Is an athletic -
"The Responsibility of the old for 47
I I inhabitants and during the winters real preacher to the rantings,: of a rears Dr. King's Xet :
i nude the basis of another appeal for Tl'acher"-Rev. J. A. Hendry. expert and coach for girls ba>ket Di:coverIcoseus
; nearly as many more tourists. The street pl'ea'her-like the summing-up/ i the )phlegm, clean '

1 f many advertisements: of this number by a real lawyer compared with the i an increase in rates. And there you Two hundred and seventy-four pupils ball team. the head, soothes the irritated mem

", I t. I of the Sun show that there are livebi'siness address of the pettifogger/ trying tobamhoozle are. were enrolled the first day and Miss Olive Ray was a student in the brane and rrak-es breathirg easier. At
What do about it ? Griffin (Ga.) High School. Attended
to
are going
we / /
I men. Hence the growth of a jury. it is expected by the opening of the your drupgiit:50 cents. Iq( ) :
i That is the most vital question before ; DeFuniak Normal School and Gaines-
I
I the lown. Scott and Irving teach history; second month to have three hundred '

!. .: ___ -I' --- -- Jules Verne geography' and science; the American public. Such an econo- and fifty. There are fifty pupils i in I ville Summer Normal. Holds Primary Read the Telegrafh.
", mic structure must become Life Certificate. Has had numbe"r
ultimately I
; i Ensign Green, of the United States:: Cooper, beside geography and history! the high school department, the lore a
top-heavy and collapse of its own of years experience in primary work.
moral and est number in the history of the,
; who accompanied the McMillan philosophy, deportment patriotism
j navy
I weight. It is a question that the great Mrs. Nell Hughes/ who is an
l exper-
-. i arctic expedition in 1913, is now home I. ; Dickens holds up a mirror in school, and an increase of 25 per cent
; minds of the day should and j ienced and thoroughly competent in- FullSupply of
grasp
: again. He avers that "Crocker Land" which we see our foibles and vices, over last year. The following brightyoun
: grapple with rather than evade and structor has charge of the music for
I i i discovered and mapped by Perry, does Thackeray} and :Mark Twain, the for- people compose the 1917 graduating .1 COFFINS.AND' CASKETS
delay action the school, Mrs.
I not exist, because he sailed over the mer with his sharp satire, the latter upon. class: Drayton Colley Doris, Hughes/ taught/ a -

\ I territory where it is alleged it should with his off-hand wit, roast conceit, The the only problem definite that and has final been solutionof offered Law; Clara :Moitt Eunice Robinson, very successful term here last }'ear All Sizes and Qualities

I I have been situated, but he saw a mirage sham, pride and humbug from every yet Bessie Terry and Lois Terry.
is government ownership or con MRS. HALLIGAN
: 1 that looked much like an island. conceivable angle/ until we cannot The faculty for the year 191f-17 ENTERTAINS Always on Hand
i trol. Against this solution valid
f! I' It must have been a mirage that Per help but see our own shortcomingsand many has been selected with great care, and SCHOOL AND CIVIC CLUB. -
; have been
I objections urged, but it is
I I ry saw. Whether Crocker Land exists try to cast them off. Gaining' very evdient to the thoughtful mind below we give the splendid educational 1 PRICES REASONABLE?

I : or not does not matter, but the knowledge from the books of these record of each teacher. Last Wednesday afternoon three- -
that solution affect at -
no can a
Q; I : I incident strengthens the belief off masters is like sitting down to a feastwe perma- Prof. S. S. Dowling attended the not her IJ J. C. CONE
i nent remedy that does not eliminatethe thirty, at hospitable suburban
I i I I many that Perry's discovery of the gain strength/ while we gratifythe ed Normal School Alabama home :Jlrs. 11 .
; conflicting/ interests of the stockholder at Troy J. R. Halligan entertained It LsMte:, Ftorid.
1 I Xorth Pole was also a myth. Perry palate; or like taking medicine for several finishing his college in
the employe and the public. | ;years a most delightful manner the t... = ;
:;
I was a hero in the public estimation through the medium of sugar-coated | education at the of School
I( If it takes public ownership or control | University and Civic Club. -- ,---- ..y
t
1 and a pet in certain influential quarters pills.There Virginia. Later he took special training I The hostess the .. (. ..
to do this, then ownership or control served arriving t"t. tt "t
r and he knew it. He knew his is a charm in the writings,: by i at Pcxtbodormal Nashville. '
with
must inevitably ctme. This conflict J guests refreshing;; lemonade, and ;
.4 i {j. t worshippers would believe anythinghe these masters of literature a charm I of interests which arises from human I i Prof. Dowling holds a state (certifi the parlors were filled with enthusiastic 'd ;

: told them-and why not take advaiitige that comes from natural, spontaneoustalent R. Davis
i I cate.: ladies J J.
1 I avarice is the root of the evils that who took a marked interest ;
'.r i of it, especially as his asser1ons which does not fade; and
; : ; confronts us. Miss: Sunolia Vaughn was a studentin in the work of the club. The pn=- '
; t would hard to dis- therefore we, after reading of *
be extremely one
t i I There are those, worthy of recognition / Bascobell College, Nashville.;;; Has I ident, :Mrs. Halligan, called the mee-* & Company

a i jn ovf ? I their books often return to it a second as economic thinkers who insist |I had special training/ in the su'nmerIichools ing to order and a short session of e |
j
I or third time, and each successive 'I
-- ---
I It that the federal government could assume of the Peabody Normal and hisiness was;; hold at which the ti! Nt' ;
t I It looks as though the Almighty reading finds new jewels of thought !
control of the great trunk line* Brown University with seven years : urer reported $4009 in the treasury
!
had "set his canons against" bridging which we had overlooked before. :Most I INSURANCE
I I' experience in high school work.
of I'ailroad-guaranteeinj each stock-i I and after roll call and payment rf
|
I
; the St. Lawrence river at Quebec. In of the latter day books reveal that
w j I holder a reasonable dividend on his j :Miss Delle Stroman, M. A,, is 11 i! dues it was found that the sum (.f' -
-
t 1J!?07 the first bridge collapsed soon after their authors wrote them while they 1 graduate of the
I im'estment-and at the present transportation Florida College for $GGO had been collected.i ;

i t the work had started causing the wore wet towels around their heads; rates make all these rail- Women at Tallahassee. Has a lif i I I The feature of the afternoon was an :-:
l I. death of some sixty men. The failure t'i3y show cudgeling of brains in trying ;
roads pay for themselves in fifteen certificate, and has taught five years.Mr. address by :Mrs. H. D. Randall, a .
I caused by faulty calculations of to pander to the taste of the simpering '
was years This claim is Lased upon the E. C. Warren finished his higher / prominent member of the LawteyWoman's i G "s"t.s.-i i+l.!N"s!.
\ strains. The bridge now under build- the morbid, the depraved, the
w enormous overhead which it education at the Sam Houston College Club. :Mrs Randall is .. 1
i expense a f .H+K O dc6 NS
I i irg has been the object of the greatest : unscrupulous reader to make them I .
; seems the roads are unable to avoid Huntsville Texas, and took see gifted speaker and charmed her listeners : .
care by the engineers and a cantilever "good/ sellers, and the thoughtful cial training for 'If L. PKEK: : .
} mediocrih,1 j under corporate management.The teaching a: the Normal with her practical talk on theear's COMER
'
-
t i span stretches out over the river person soon discovers the School 4 ; .
Madison.: -
enormous of Holds a special } work, taking for her slogan the
+ from each shore, but on Monday, of the author of such a book and power patronage / 4. Florida Real Estate, Land and .
which federal ownership or control 1 certificate in Junior High Schoolwork 1 I motto, "Help and be helped." Mrs. .
r when the span, C40 feet in length, throws it away before half read. Such .
would confer upon the party in poweris 1 Randall spoke very encouraginglv of .. Timber. E> I and weighing as much as fifty heavy hooks come and go by the myriads every .
:Miss f.
the strongest argument/ against the Frances Clark attended hichf'hool i the work the women were accomplishing -
; locomotives, which was to connect the year and are soon' forgotten while 83 Experience at Stark .
at Wen.itchce, Washington, for both in their : years
a proposition. This it is claimed by own towns ard '
the .
shore arms, was to be hoisted from classics will live forever.
Ii I some would bring greater evils upon three years, afterward the Okanopran; i throughout the state, touching on ....
k? it ., ,
pontoons something went wrong i(; I I ---- I "
I is known what it and the tne country man corporate ownershipand ---'
not -
was) I CONSIDER THE RAILROAD PRODLEM. ---- -- -- -
operation. But if the patronagepower flr
i span went to the bottom. As this top.a | I ; I If
: is the only serious objection to
heavy structure was to be raised near- j 1
t I --- I government ownership could this danger f
I
!Iv 150 feet from unstable pontoons in [ '
I I I The Atlantic Coast Line railroad has not be averted by disfranchising/ i II '''unlll I :
a rapid running river subject to tides |: i
declared dividend of .,
just 10
a cent
per government employes ? When a citizen -
I I
it is very doubtful that the work could i
on its common stock for the year end- enters public service he becomes 1 I

:#I i ther have is been it accomplished certain that the anyway.cantilever Nei ing/ June :CO, as against a dividend of I i iC6.2fi a public servant. Then why should he P. A. puts :jnew j joy /'

per cent for previous year. Thisi not relinquish his right as master?

arms would have been able to support '!i would represent a very reasonable The voter is the master and goes to %. j' ,TOBACCO IS PREPARED into the sport of
it. for .
from
: judging previous expert earning for the road if based the IFORSMOKERSUNDERTHE
upon a polls to express: his approval or r '
r; ience masses above certain weights,:
;: just valuation and every reasonable disapproval of the work of his ser I PROCESS DISCOVERED IN ; smoking !
r and certain strains are beyond pres. 'I
man likes to !see' our /great transportation vants. Why then should the public MAKING EXPERIMENTS .
: in calculation. Eleven ,
ent knwoledge
r ( I I lines prosper. servant vote than .(t P ROD UCE THE MOST DE-
more partyto
1! )lives were lost this time but if the, any a ii, may live to
But the trouble with the country lies a case in court should he be allowed /( ., IGNTFUL'ANDWHOL'E' YOU
: work had farther before ;
I ( progressed in the fact that a large percent of the to siton the jury ? 110and never
SOME TOBACCO FOR CIG-
the it have
: collapse happened might
>l r been many times that number. Engineers iI i- stock of these great railroads repre- These are subjects worthy of con- ; ETTEANDPIPESMOKERS.w feel old enough to

1 ent absolutely nothing but the greedof ideration at this time when the country '
x I have yet much to learn; sometimes the stock manipulators. The has -- PROCESS PATENTED vote, but :it's cer
earning been threatened with commercial "

;1 they attempt. too much. power of our railroads goes into ] paralysis and industrial chaos asa 1% I' Ii u Y3oTMlso ilq ll tain-sure you'll not

I THE PRICE THE BROTHERHOODS watered stock' rather than into a reduction i. result of a nation wide strike of rail -,, ,, i s RJ.R rNOtDSTol1l w ol PaN'f know the joy and
j I
I of transportation rates road brotherhoods The WlHSTONSAlEM.RC.U5A
:
country can : I
,
.1; I PAY.The ; contentment of a
To illustrate, let us it costs afford
not
to remain
Irh I say subject to dan ')
"''' DOES NOT BITE THE TONGUE -
I I .- $25,000 per mile to construct and to gers that might come to a crisis over ., i s o 0 i ;, q ,I friendly old jimmy
'
,II I railroad brotherhoods who are equip a line of railroad. These figures night. Those who call attention to u I I'' hand rolled
pipe or a
;r' J row jubilant over their "victory," represent an actual investment and these facts cannot be considered agitator i'' '

,I must make up their minds to pay the the public should be taxed a traffic :.. It is better to be aroused h)' I I cigarette unless you get on talking-terms

I price of it. They have not obtained rate that will bring a good dividendon the fire alarm than to perish in the ''I with Prince Albert tobacco!

,I 1 something for nothing The eight- the investment, keep the line i in flames.-Arcadia Enterprise. g i 1

hour day, whether it means a really, tip-top repair, and at the same time I ': P. A. comes to you with a real reason for all the

t I s shorter working day or merely high- pay ge"d salaries to the employes. But Some Notable Streets. goodness and satisfaction it offers. It is made by

i !i er pay, represents a clear gain which that is not the custom followed by the The highest street in the world ia I ii bite and !
I a patented that removes parch
l will hardly be taken from them whatever manipulators. They forthwith ins i Main street, in Denver; the richest is ,' process

be the verdict of the Fifth avenue, in New York city; the You can smoke it long and hard without a come-
i may commission $25.000 worth of additional stock on
widest is Market street. Philadelphia back! Prince been without
Albert has sold
I always
r appointed to study its oper fictitious values sod cut I. III
possible ,
every ,
and the shortest is the Rue Hie, In ?
I : ation. But for that flriumph they expense in order to make the road Paris The dirtiest street is that of I II ii Ill :; ; coupons or premiums. We prefer to give; quality!

,I 1 I must sacrifice some of their economic produce a dividend on this watered Tchanksti in banking: the cleanest Is % n I I I -
fII Prince Albert affords the keenest pipe and cigarette 'J.
I freedom. stock. Then the public must be taxeda the Via Castile; In Seville, Spain; the D ,, .
t The public in general is probably rate that will produce two dividends most aristocratic one is Grosvenor ',IONG BURRING PIPE enjoyment! And that flavor and fragrance and

I satisfied that the railroad men have instead of one. Thus step by step the: Place, In London; the most beautifulIs P''' iGARE TE 1'OBA000, coolness is as good as that sounds. P. A. just ,

f got this concessicn.: But the public fictitious value of our railroads climbs the Avenue des Champs Elysees!:, answers the universal demand for tobacco

is extremely ovensover the methods and the ParU; The narrowest street is Via J
If up managers are clamoringfor without bite parch or kick-back!
( Sol, Havana. Cuba which has width t
ly which they obtained it. Public an increase in the transportation a ,

I opinion, therefore, may be trust! !<' rates. The result i 1.tho American of no more than forty-two. !Inches Introduction to Prince Albert isn't any harder _1
-- -- Print Alkirt, it tolj .
i see to it that never again/ shall the public is paying two rates where they Drh'es Out-A'.slaria-: Builds--- -Up SystemThe in toper rod 60.'. Se*v; tidy rru>A rod r than to w at.into the nearest place I that sells

j transportation men be able to gain should not he taxed but The tint, toe; handiomt pound and "
one. Old Standard general strengthening tonic, Aalt-pound tin humidon-and- tobacco and ask for a supply I of P. A. You pay
1 their aims by coercion and disregardcf / : shippers of foregin countries can GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TOXIC,drives out that eltvtr cryttat-ttait pound '
the public welfare. Such victories: reach the Jialariaenrichesthe tdood.and builds up the sysm. humidor with tpongtmoitlentTtop out a little 1 change, to be sure, but It s the cheer-
:great market centers: of oarcartrr that Itttpt th. tabaeeoinoeA
r'' A true tonic For adults and children. SOc.
l'l'I: zs they may win hereafter mint bn cheaper tr-nn the ;shippers; and tpltndid condition. fullest investment you ever made I
:
t
I won b} logical and legal l proceses, r.o. "-'cd-cers: of Florida can reach *h"ii Wouldn't Buy a Veil.I .

; I by strikes or threats of strikes. >: .:e markets. We pay more for the knew an old lady who WM a

i-3 1' Not only will brotherhoods; hsven '-'nsportaf'on: of our products than tightwad. She was that
; : so stingy
; !r l tv aiyairsce: \'I..e i'vrm o. ;aap.j ,,- a"v other nation of the world. when her husband died she didn't t>RINCE ngeal LBERT

I sory adjudication of future demand. I The politician seeking popular favor want to buy a black veil. So while : :

: but they will presumably have to accept goes after the railroads (until he Hie minister was preaching she went

; general regulation by the gov- cets in office) and creates a prejudice ort of the back: door and took the

I i ernment. It is a natural step to extend in the public mind against the railroads crepe off of the front door and fixed R. J. Re eelda Tobacco C...Wiestoe-Salem. N. C Coprrfelit 1916 b, R. J. R ynoldt Tobacco Co.
I k on her hit. When
the
t undertakerwent
authority of the Ir.tersta.n r,,- in general. This prejudice forces .
1 I to r"t:" the rrerx he couldn't find
,I merce Commission, which reg.1..!* the roads in self-defense to main- !t-ChIc.--o Trfb: ..v .



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA.
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POST MORTEM 1 FAVORABLE-KATE OX CORN BRUTISH WAR VESSEL i i ANNOUNCEMENT.



Bits of LocalInformation EXAMINATION OF developing large The proportions growing into of an that corn industry in the Florida of such is STEAMER HOLDS UP IN U.PHILIPPINE S. the Dr.honor and :of In the.-L.presence L. ;Lamb of requests their

railwaysand
friends at the marriage of their '

steamboat companies have givenit WASHINGTON, Sept. l'.- daughter, Mamie Graham, to Dir; UraD. i

NEGROVOfi1AN\ recognition by establishing a rate tion of American neutrality by Johns, Sunday afternoon, at three-

that will permit of corn shipmentsfrom British torpedo boat, which held thirty, Oct. 1, 1916, at Brooker, Fla. y}

{ c./rtl 0... "..,,.. 71..Mu./ this state to the East. The rate and examined the Philippine
PM/NIl" W c....tr..d T. announced
to New York| is 20 cents Cebu within the territorial

RUMOR HAD IT MURDER per 100 pounds or 10 cents per bushd. the Philippines, was reported to FELKELWAIRE.WKIJDUING

L Bradford county is one of the best War SOLEMNIZED.:
HAD CAUSED HER DEATH Department today by '
corn growing parts of the state and -
Remnant Sale at Stump's.T. M. Griffis, of Saxton, was in town General Harrison. The dispatch The (
it is prt .hat large shipments marriage of Miss Myrtle Warren : '
mediately was transmitted to the
Wednesday on business.L. Investigation; Revealed That Dcu-h: will be made from here in the next department and will be made the daughter of Mr and Mrs M. A.
J. Terry, of Lawtey, was in town few Warren of
Had Come From Natural years. ject of DeFunu.k Springs, aid -
Monday.J. T. Leggett, of Jacksonville, was Causes.A Britain. a vigorous protest to iMr. Holbert Felkel of Tallahassee, p

a visitor to Starke Wednesday.I Constipation Dulls Your Brain. was solemnized last Wfdne.-day ven: a

F. Carova was in Jacksonville I That dull, Unless, oppressed feeling KNIGHT AND WALL ARE ing at 6:30: o'clock, at the home tf the t w.
j F. Stump is home from New scene was enacted on is due
gruesome bride
Monday.No. to impurities in your system, a ER-JACKS. in DeFuniak .Springs. ,
i I' \IJl'k, where he bought a large stork Wednesday when the body of a negro sluggish liver, dogged intestines. Dr. The ceremony was performs by 1 ,

666 will cure Chills and Fever.It of fall and .'inter (;0'.ds. woman, supposed to have been mur- King's Xew Life Pills give prompt Rev. D. J. Blocker, of DeLand. and

is the most speedy remedy we know. I dered, was disinterred at a graveyard lief. A mild, easy, non-griping, re-I I The Knight and Wall base ball was witnessed only 1 y lelatives of the
Mrs. Spier, of :Maxville, was in in the extreme southwestern portion el :. of Tampa came up to Starke )
movement will tone couple.
Mr. E. K. Perrjman visiting his I StltkelonJay: attending the opening of the county, and examined for and help to clear up your up muddy your system pimply I to play a couple of games with Following the certmcny a reception '
exercises of the School. Mrs. Tigers. The first
High game was
sister, Mrs. L. A. Davis.C. wounds. I complexion. Get a bottle of Or.King's was held, during which the couple received -
Spier has a so.i and daughter who will :Monday afternoon and resulted '
The woman, Susie Goff by name, Xew Life Pills today at the congratLlations of their '
Le students here this term. your score of two to nothing in favor of #
S. Durling has made shipments' died about five weeks ago from blood drugist, 25c. A dose tonight will make many friends. Receiving with them +
Tampa boys, and Tuesday they
during the week. j poisoning, it was said. She had been you cheerful at breakfast. ((2)Mrs. were Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Warren, par- '
of grapes I I Special Sale on Men's and Boy'sPalm I better yet, the result being three
married to Robert Bradley for a year ents of the bride, and the officiating: !
Beach suits at Stump's.Miss nothing in favor of the visiting
New ginghams for school dresses at and had been continually ill-treated J. R. Tison and baby have goneto From the above it be set (2)i clergyman. -

Stump's. | : Delle Stroman, of Tallahassee, and exposed to many kinds of indignities. Charleston, W. Va., to visit rela- as granted that the Knight may and : Mr. and Mrs. Felkel left during the

arrived here last Friday to take Soon after her death the rumor tives. They will also visit relatives at crack evening for this city, where they have

Don't miss the Big Sale at New charge of her duties at one of the began to circulate that she had died Pittsburg, Pa. They were accompanied do boys not are feel a put out team by losing, and our to been spending their honeymoon. They

York Racket Store, Raiford.Mr. High School teachers. :Mrs. Stroman from a wound in the head inflicted by l to Jacksonville by :Mr.: Tison. expect to leave today for Tallahassee
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and that her skull found -- where they will make their home. i'
Bradley was
i is stopping, with :Mr. and Mrs. N. B.
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+ + + + + + BAPTIST CHURCH.
+ + + + + + + + +
of Gra- i
and Mrs. Chesley Fogg,
Hull. cracked by the women who preparedher + As Miss Warren, the bride is well
ham, were in town Tuesday. for sepulture. The sheriff's officein + We had an increased attendance known throughout the state. 'She is i '
:CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING the morning service last Sunday, I rF
-- i Misses Frances and Alma Clark, of Starke. and Marshal Chancey, of a graduate of the Florida State College -

Leo Surrency, of Graham, was a Dade City, have returned to Starke Lake Butler, had investigated the rumors + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 a very small audience at night, for Women, having received hermaster's

visitor to Starke Wednesday. :j and will teach in the grammar school and it was finally decided that FOR SALE.-Good horse. D. C. to the heavy rain, but the music degree from that institution,
fine and the service
department of the High School. The' the case was worth looking into in Jones, Starke. 7-14-tf. was very and was one of the charter members !
Judge Geo. A. Gardiner was in in spirit. We shall be glad to see of the Delta Pi the
in
Misses Clark are topping at the City earnest, and the circumstances being Alpha chapter
; Gainf'svilleIonday on business. i i Hotel. presented to State Attorney Long, he FOR SALE-Klondyke strawberry at the church next Sunday. Florida State College for Women. For
plants. G. C. Cady, R. F. D. No 3,
I advised a coroner's investigation, if several years she was connected with f
Contractor J. R. Tison has remodeled ; I Starke 9-1-tf Sloan's Liniment for Neuralgia At'
'' should be needed. the canning club demonstration workin
Col. ar.dIrs.. A' Z. Adkins went to one
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the Southern Express office at the The\: dull throb of neuralgia is
; Tallahassee last Sunday morning. I Wednesday morning County Judge FOR SALE-Klondyke strawberry'plants I the state and made many friends,
relieved Sloan's Liniment
depot. !\ While there :Mrs. Adkins will be the Geo. A. Gardiner, accompanied by ,Dr. bed or thousand. W. A.I' ly by who will wish he happiness in her .
I universal remedy for pain. Easy '
Miss Edyth Warren, of Brooker, guest of Mrs. L. A. Yates and :Mr. J. P. Tomlinson and M. E. Johns, Esq., Bessent- ,-Starke. 8-11-tf I apply; it quickly penetrates future life. .
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Adkins will attend to business before went out to the scene. Dt'puties\1.: I I Mr. Felkel, who is a prominent
the FOR
visited friends in Starke first of REXT-Store room on Call rubbing and soothes the sore
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the pardoning board. r- 0. L. Nash and J. B. young newspaper man, attended the
meron, Sapp street
week. I lately vacated by J. S. Brown Cleaner and more promptly
University of Florida in Gainesville! ;
I and a son of Mr. Cameron went to the Apply to J. E. Futch. 8-4-tf. than
plasters or ointments
Mrs. G. W. Crawford, of Orlando t 1 massy and is well known in college! circles.
about four -
No 666 will cure Malaria or Bilious !jucohcre Bradleylived, -- does not stain the skin clog
Fever._ It kite the germs.Be who has been visiting Mrs. J. W. !'miles west of Lake Butler, arrested FOR SALE-Fine driving horse. For stiff muscles chronic or He was for some time city editor of

White, returned to her home last ;, Bradley and two women inmates of Got! qualities and can be broken to pores. the Pensacola News, and is now on the 3#

ready for the "Petite" Carnivalon Monday. Mrs. Crawford is the wife I the house and brought them to Lake any kind; of work. E. S. )Matthews strains matism,it gout, lumbago relief., sprains Florida Record. He also has a host of i
Starke. gives quick
North Walnut street, Friday eve, of lion. George W. Crawford, the Butler, to hold them in custody. Then -- -_ __._ __u ,_ _8-232t Liniment reduces the pain and friends who will extend ,congratulations. -
22.: newly eleceted senator from Orange: FOR .-Jacksonville 'fim Sept. : : the body was exhumed. Over four SALE-Good; clean Klondjkstrawberry mation in insect i'its, bruises '
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and Osceola counties. weeks' interment during the hot plants, I by bed or count.T. and other minor in.':uric-; to !, Sept. 10.Head R

Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson returned home weather had caused it to be badly de- A. Crawford, Route 1, Starke. Get a Settle toih.y at Jr
after visit with relativesin Special Sale on Ladles' high grade yor ; the Bradford County Tele-
Saturday a fonipose'l, but not too much so for the near UrownU'e's: place. 9-loUt. 25;: cents. ( )
Valdosta, Ga. slippers-$1.49 at Stump's. determining: whether the death had raph-the home paper.

FOR SALE.-Two )'oungmules, tie .
t. n natural! or othenvise. Several
Messrs. G. W. Brown and Louis II. B!. E. Hosier, living :3'i milo* north scars were found on the scalp, but I wagon, !lumber: cart, McCormick __ I.1 ,,!
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I mowing machine: disc harrow alI: ,.! J- f ---- I _
Hill, of Lawtey, had business in west of Lawtey vas a visitor to the skull! was uninjured and Dr. Tom- -, & I -- JJI
j rake cheap for cash. II. I). Mot' q J' :" '\1 ,! "I.r.
Starke Wednesday. Starko Wl'dnechr.1'' Rosier enjoys '' .". s.f .
li: >:on declared that no blow had been -
Stark I yl "
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the distinction of being the tallest i ,, ,f I I. '
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received that: could have caused death. t f' -.. I
Misses Lois and Bessie Terry, oft white man in the county, his height Sores on one of the leg seemed to FOR SALE-Good strong Klondyko Ki fI /, "-: :t.

Lawtey, entered the Starke High being f fiU feet He is a successful I' indicate i that bU! >8d poisoning had been I strawberry plants on new land fl/: '-' > 1. fI .fi.,.," 'J I, I-- -" 'I oW! -

School last Monday.RubMyTi.nhAntiseptis. farmer and stockman. the! caa=;e of death, as first reported. nursery stock one year. One dol!': .- i "t-
I \ f
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', T'-e! women who had handled the body and twenty-fhe cents per thousandT. .=_ : I I i._..."'_ .-:, f :. "
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AnodyneKills Alligator trestle has now been ballasted when it was put into the coffin, and :M. Cauthen, Waldo, Fla.g-- \;

pain, stops putrefaction.Mrs. and looks like the rest of the' ---- ------ --- ]
who had tended the deceased during Immense Profits in Strawberries
track. Those colored brothers who FOR SALE-End cut shingle,: machinecapacity II
her last illness, could not be found to I
II. C. Richard has returned fciroerlv. ntheir way home to Lin 10,000 per dayjalso; suitable '
give their testimony, and no inquest Start With Right Kind of PlantsLuscious .
from a trip to Hendersonville, X. C., coIn City after dirk when slightly': -... held. The prisoners were released for getting out crate material, and !I .

where she visited M -s. Lane. "jug-l itten," preferred wading acrosthe :: Fairbanks; .oil engine, all in perfect strawberries, rich in color, delicious i in flavor, large and SOUT*. i t
frcm custody and the officers returned the kind raised in the Tingle nurseries at Pitt- !
--- creek to falling through the tre -I I order. Practically new; will demon are produced by plants 1 L
home. culls Maryland. Tingle plants mature early, yield abundantly, and av I.It' Z;
The copious showers that have fallen tie, cross it with perfect strate. Write for particulars. J. R. .
may pow t.
absolutely true to name. r
lately have caused the strawberrymen safety. I The rumor that prompted the examination Dover, Hampton, Fla. 9-l.-2t. !r' :
to get busy setting out plants.Mr. had I.eon given the more I In Florida Use Tingle Plants t; l' li

:Miss Louise Floreus, of Jacksonville ,'rc-liiv"! us Bradley had been before I FOR SALE: OR REXT-Plae formerly Northern Grown Plant Are Big MoRjy MikersStrawberries ; j : .1

and :Mrs. 0. J. Griffin and chil- a former Starke High School the court not !knig ago on the chargeof I owned by Mrs. West on Tingle plants are Northern from 11r.Jolel'l: w'r. ." ''I/ .I/

dren spent the week end with Mr. and graduate, is visiting :Mrs. Emma Rich having kidnaped a ,girl: to have asoncubine Kingsley road, just beyond Powel1' crown, true, reliable and vigorous. plants are good for from$700 to$1 U! "', A ':, .,1
I still. Four cleared land Missionary and Klondyke are favoran acre every season. First on n..r- .;
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Mrs. W. J. Griffin in Jacksonville. (' while still living with his acres one .
H
:1I'l1.liss Floreus has tauirht a number I in strawberries ites. Good shippers and fine flavor. ket, they always bring good price itf
wife. His reputation is unsavory, and dwelling and outbuildings 4

After a visit with relatives and holds of a years primary successfully life certificate and, now and thus the rumor gained importance. I good water. Will sell on Free Booklet on Strawberry Growing : ,J :l

friends C. W. Liddon returnedto convenient terms;, or rent. Apply This attractively Illustrated booklet covers the selection soil fer I t I'I't'e
Mrs.
the coming term she will be primary tiling, spraying cultivating picking packing and mark..th'It t. :.,; : '
her home in Jacksonville Tuesday. I COMING W. C. T. U. MEETING to Rev. L. W. Kickliter, Starke. about leading varieties and describes Tingle plants in detail. Send to- t 1 1Hitsvaie. I ti-s
teacher and instructor in sight read- 9-8-tf. for this book and price list. ; !;j'1

ing music in a school near Palatka.J. I LEAMON G. TINGLE
606 SL F.M
Special Sale on Ladies' high grade A delightful and profitable after- I Pine ''
| FOR SALE-:Meat market; contains Crower ol Choice Strawberry Plant l '
slippers $1.49 Stump's.Ir. .
at noon is being anticipated by the members -
Waters who is cultivating the I
Q. good refrigerator block, computingscales
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V. R. Reddish place in the Wateroa'! of the local Womans Christian I small refrigerator for fish,j jI

Edwin Freeman left Monday section, was in town Saturday and to I Temperance Union and their friends money drawer, three knives; three .

morning for Auburn, Alabama wherehe a representative of the Telegraph said because of the "get to work" meeting I saws, two cleavers, two steels, paper '

will enter the Polytechnic Institute. : that bushels hp had of just corn finished from gathering 4* acres 13 of<> ,:, which Col.! and will Mrs.be A.held V. at.he Long next home\Vednesday of!-I other stand butchering, eighteen tools meat, enough hooks wire and @@@@@@@@@@@@@(@@@ @

Miss Martha Fripp, of Tillman, S. 1 I to screen market separate in build-
land that had not been fertilized. This | : afternoon at :3:30 o'clock. j @ @ I :
C., has turned here to attend the ing. If you want a good market
is fine yield and :Mr.: Waters is to | Miss :Minnie: E. Neal, of Jackson- ]
Starke a ht'i| W. R. Strickland, Lawtey, JOB PRINTING
High School for the year 1916- see me. @
17. : congratulated. ville, State President of the W. C. T. .'I' Fla. 9-1-tf.

I I U., will be present and discuss Florida _
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I! The Bank of Starke has on di r.1\1 temperance ard it is hoped that. i@ t ,
Mr. Wallace Bruce, of Fernandina,
a prominent traveling man, was in several stalks of Texas seeded ribbon every woman in Starke who is inter ''i rI CURIOUS misCF @

Starke cane ,grown: by Williams' Bros. The ested in this great cause will be pres- .
this week attending to busi-
ness. i i cane from one-quarter acre has already ;, ent. I I HISTORYTHC @

been ground and yielded 80 galIons .

Closing out Seven Thousand Dollar of syrup, very similar to the old j Mr. Austin, the ice cream man, I STAR CHAMBER @) 7T; Neatly an i Artistically

fashioned sorghum. The is so planted! corn ci a rented lot on North !I
Stock of dry ,goods: clothing and no- cane COURT.By ((0) .. @ "
tions at New York Racket Store, Rai- tall that the reporter forgot the fie-1: Walnut street after his strawbeirytrop : ) Dons Give Us a Trial!

ford. urr!:. Mr. E. L. Ware, of the same was go\:!1<'r'll. The corn tUl'neI' A. W. MACY.At .
( }
i locality, had fine success this year out well. Wednesday he turned 7.;" one time the "Star Cham m )

Lead of cattle into the field to cleanit ber" wa almcst all-powerful in
I Mrs. C. S. Durling returned home with a crop of sorghum,: and placed sy- !: @ qPc @

last Tuesday, after spendingthp summer rup on the market something like r'' up. They ?te all! the( grass, al--o the : England. It was so called be-
rnrklpbarr! : srd Griffis weeds and mo7' cause its sessions were held in
month I @ @
months in Xew York with heron ago. a large chamber whose ceilingwas
of the ecru '
and-family. j'i CARD OF Tn\ KS. [I Ii preparing; tlv land for more straw! .e- sessions decorated were held with in stars.secret. Its It 1 irabfnri( ) ([limit j uirlrgraulr @

Miss Blanche Pattishall, who had ries. could settle cases without juries -
highly: appreciate the action of the1'i'I.Iic @ @
been visiting :Mrs. Hamrick and :'Ilrs. : and inflict torture at will,

where Hughes she, left will Wednesday teach. for Sanford. marshal in re-electing and} collector me to and the sinceiely office'of RUB OUT though death penalty.It could This not impose court fined the I @@8I;:@(@@@@ ... @@ .... @@

l thank all who voted for IIP. It PAIN I the bishop of Lincoln ;E 5,000

t: Sale on Ladies slippers, $1.19 and shell be my great alea.vare to Sl'ol"\' with good oil liniment. That's for calling Archbishop Laud

$1.19 at Stump's. my friends that their confidence in mewas the surest way to stop them. "the great Leviathan." It fined I

I not misplaced. Respectfully. [The best rubbing liniment is j John Lllburn, the agitator,
i:600, sentenced him to the pillory I.
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:\ SILAS KITE.
Irs.
S. :M. Wells has moved to Jacksonville B. Z. MATTHEWSArtesian
.- -- and to be whipped "from
i where she will house' for
keep "
State of Ohio. City of Toledo, I Fleet street to Westminster.
her MUSTANGLINIMENT
;
son, )Ir. Roger Well will
rt They Lucas County ss. The court was abolished by act Well Driller
J," live at jig Main street. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he of parliament in 1641. "Star tI
is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
i Cheney & Co., doing business in the Chamber" proceedings of any
Miss May Fripp, of Tillman, S. C.. City of Tolfdo. County and State afore- kind have never been popularin I i ave had twenty-four years experience in
said, and that said firm will pay the
fper.t the past week at the home of sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for America.
her uncle, Mr. L. C. Powell. Miss each and every case of Catarrh that Well drillng: in Florida. '
cannot be cured by the use of HLI.'S I I
Fripp will teach in Live Oak this CATARRH Cl'RE. FRANK J. CHCNEV Good for the Ailments of Copyright } 11. by Joseph B. BowIesJ
term. i i Sworn to before me and subscribed Whenever You Need a General Tom I guarantee to satisfactorily complete all
. I In my presence, this nth day of December I Horse, Mules, Cattle, Etc. Take Grove's
A. D. ItSC. A, W. OLE.\SOV.
Mr. and Mrs. Max :M.: Br-n;; and (Seal) Notary PublcHall's Good for your own Aches, The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless' ----CONTRA CTS '
Catarrh Cure is taken intern-i chill Tonic is equally valuable as a.
fl.: toy, Mr. E. W. Turner and Mr. I. R. ally and acts through the Birod! on the Pains, Rheumatism Sprain, General Tonic because it contains the''
;- Mucous Surfaces of the System.cop1: I Raiford :.: Florida ;
j Rhoden ,
! of Cut Burns
Macclenny, were in Starke for testimonials free. Etc well known tonic pn.pertiesofQUINLNE

Monday on business. They also attended F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo O. I' 2Sc. SOe. $1.At! all Dealer.. and IRON. It acts cn the Liver, Drives J
4 f. the ball Sold by all Drur?!!'ts. r-. I Iir out Malaria, Eri.h..s tie EV'l a-i
gc.rr.e.l Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Builds up 1.ap. \\hc-le System SC -.G.F i


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:..i r RESULT OF IGNORANCE '


{ I!1 I III TO STEAL COMMERCIAL! SECRETS f RAILWAY BROTHERHOODSRaising i.

II RELIGIOUS BIGOTRY BLACKENS NAME OF GEORGIA i -- ;

'ff'.t! I AS WELL AS FLORIDA. III I I !III I Railway Trainmen's Wages By ;

BRITAINS:
STAND SHOWN IN TRUE DIABOLICAL ASPECT
U\ (Editorial in The Augusta Chronicle, August 6, 191fi.! ) Jj.f Act of Congress.
f' I THROUGH WORDS OF YD-GEORGE WHICH WERE i! !

i iI == CENSORED OUT OF CABLE DISPATCHES.

I i! i' must be a sort of humiliation tothf small men were swept into office on [ I
I intelligent, constructive citizenship this wave; and for no better reason 1 WASHINGTON, Sept. 11.-Exten-'i it had been called to the attention of 1 The nation-wide railway strike ordered wages of street railway motormen,
2 I 'I of Georgia, regardless! of religions than that they could githeir sion of the British mail censorship' the State Department officially but he by the trainmen's brotherhoods | conductors, linemen and a hundred i ie ;
of oppon- from its original purpose of destroy-declined to make any comment at this j for Sept. 4 was called off because 36 i 'her classes of workmen in.the employ ;i
belief, that legislative body ents cards and
I a spades when it came j ing all trade to or from Germany to 1 time. j| 'hours before the time fixed, Congress, ( of public-utility companies. That :
i i I this state could, deliberately and with to cussin' the "nigger." the field of providing data for Great ,: It is understood, however, that the !I ]under the whip and spur of President is a far easier way to get a raise of 1;
i t I malice aforethought, pass such an obnoxious In the nature of things, however, Britain's fight for commercial supremacy -' 1 Department will take a most serious i' Wilson, passed a law compelling the wages than s1l ikirg-. Will the street ;

: J' I and wholly unnecessary measure the negro was soon removed as a political is seen here in admissions made view of Lloyd-George's interpretation: 'railways to grant to the trainmen car men and all other employes of pub .4.

J i I as the so-called \' azy "investi-iI : issue, and, then again, that by David Lloyd-George, the War Secretary -, of the British war office's power and! 'their principal demand. This demand, lic utility companies be deep in state I
I ij i gation" bill-directly aimed at a very breed of politicians who are always before Parliament, just received will protest more vigorously than ever 'chile it is called the eight-hour day politics from this time on ? Nothing !
j it f large and eminently useful body of looking for somebody or something in full in this country. Lloyd-'I against interference with neutral mail 'and so masquerades in the law passed is more certain. t

( I I : our citizens and their most helpful fight, had to strike out for a new is- George said: I on the high seas. Although the American by Congress, is, when stripped of Perhaps it i; well t.> turn "lack to t
J ; and worthy institutions. 1 1 sue.: '. "It is the practice to communicateto 1, i government has contended 1 technicalities, merely increase of 25 the question: Hi s Cor.gress the powtr .
I I other departments concerned cent in the hourly rate to all under the constitution to sucha
To be sure, a feeble effort was made j! Never constructive, any strongly against the wholesale deten-I per wage pas;
never "for"j j information matters of public interest tions train service law it rushed the :statute
I on 1 and seizures of mail between the 'railway employes engaged as uron
r ,; i I by some of the more enlightened something, they must have issue
an which may be obtained throughof i neutral countries, as violation of in interstate commerce. book It has not that power, if and 1
(! I a'ul. therefore, mar reprehensible ad- that will enable them to be against it as the particular department may i international: !'saw, so far there has Congress dropped all its other work where the effect of such a law will be !
i i vocates of this fool bill to "explain! something, for, as they rightly reason consider advisable. The government I. I been no formal charge that improper i and postponed! its day of adjournment I to reduce the: net earnings of a railway -
:.'Vi.j" the animus of it; but this rather -,more people will watch a dog fight i is perfectly within its riahts in using use i was being made of information i iirleT.'d inorder to enact: this law under the below a f.-iii; return on thr legitimate -
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strained view of the measure was than will, patiently and approvingly, any information! which comes to it in I from opened neutral corre.s- ;same compelling: motives that influenc- I investment. for that would! be

1 awkwardly dispelled by the member watch u man lay bricks on a wall. The I these conditions for any public and ]pondence. 1
from Tattnall who proudly admitted ,, public demands excitement in its politics rational purpose.; Officials here already were vexed at < to make the railway presidents : compensation:' 01"1that brief clause
, ,. i that "it can't hurt nothing" to I let it -and plenty of bitterness and bun- This statement made recently in response i England's long delay i in answering: the i giant the demands of the brotherhood of the constitution stands in the way .,
I bekniAxn that it was purposely aimed combe. to questions by members of American censorship note of May :!i>, I ?. lie believed that a nation-wide'I of confiscation of he railways and all
the Hou'-e of Common, created a stir and it is that into other utilities; of the
i probable an inquiry r-ilway strike must te averted at any public country;
:.t the Catholics; and who, further- Right at this juncture the railroads
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t I there. It apparently had Iel.n.n: 1 the new development will express that 4 ,, move, regaled the house with the weird cffered a shining: mark-for the poliI I >d out of cable dispatches i to the 1 feoling. A brief, preliminary note was i I, 1 the brotherhoods must: be granted, A nation wile railroad strike would :
: 'c.ry of a :?Wl'r in one of the principal tic'ans no longer rode on free passesso United States When asked the received i iif there i i
I about i July :20, but it wa inconclu- without stopping to i inquire whether or a vast: calamity; but might
cities of the State having: been for a few years, the pack ,set i mutter tonight Secretary Lansing said i ive. .: :r'.t- they were justified. t!Jlo a worse calamity.: To forsake the i
cleaned! out recently and a lot of hu- upon the railroads, and incidentally This remarkable piece of Congres- j piinciple- of right] and justice; to yield ;

t n.an I.A.HS. 'bring! found- in it"--evidently almost all other! corporate interests, 11 'nHI! legislation; which was rushed: : to the threat cf a \at labor r.i'.nopoly :
: taken by him to mean that they with lusty cry. cessfully played within her borders A KICK. i thot, 'h the Senate while the Brotherhoods for fear of i-mnidiatc! gorse .uences, !
(I
\ were the victims of the good Sister.of Hut. in time, this issue, too, died I i year after year, from one generationof leaders sat in one of the corn- v.-'th-iut foresi iht of other cn 1 Charity. May the good Lord have oat; for soon the railroads began to !, voters to another Brooker. Fla., Sept V::. ,fitter'; verms;:; ard] i issued orders as to cgs to follow--that may be far worse 1 1I

...""' mercy on his soul! 1 -,:'fter from the too drastic fight made Does it not, rather, hold up our be- Editor Telegraph: tIn t'.e fin the legislation 1 i : should! '.ak.- in the long run for the nation. i
your lust issue, in making a re- :: *.J the limit of time in which it < A anme1'i'llI1 51ateI
; rnu t i century ago '
:: Surely, right-minded Georgians can 'aoi: them, with the inevitable result I oidtate-which we are all proudto '
port of the proceedings of the ('ountycom'11isioners !Ire passed, had the desired! effect of man won undying fame bv declaring I II
find no satisfaction in the thought that that this wanton injury to the rail- think of the State of
as "Empire
l 1.0 ( I notice that a bill for ]postponing the strike The issues; that i. thr.t the Uni'e.1 I States lad millions I
1 I theirtate has been committed to the /"r:otis was reflected business 'he South"-to the scorn and contemp'of ,
upon gen- I ?:2X, from certain inspectors of the were raise by the legislature, and for defense; kIt not one ci-n' for trib-
preposterous and cruelly offensive vlly wheieupon the public called!! the ? At least that '
a country portion of that
., recent primary election, was laid over which must be passed: upon at an early ute. One lor.jrs to see a little r
>\;Lr C j -<'po-ition that there is !;oml.thinJri halt.It. of the that is not ?o afflicted at I Ii
\ country 1 until the next meeting of the board.I day Congress; ;; has turned its kIrk i !spirit among these in authority
a about the Catholic sisterhood and their began to look is if we were about, as we are in Georgia with ignorance, wish to register an objection to the ppor. for the present. I i i Washington satiny Engineering
1
I"'S i school* and hospitals that needs to I le to run out of issues; in Georgia-that prejudice, religious bigotry and hatred It was long ago said that nothing is ,, News.
payment of this; bill, and believe that I ,
> .l irvcsti;:ated by our grand juric, ;is, of the kind to arouse the passions I -- vi'h an ever present pack of politi- (over settled! until it is settled 'right. i,
voice the! sentiment of the
f.; And yet, this is exactly what has ar.d prejudice of the less enlightened cj.l bloodhounds eager to set upon any ; taxpayersin If the President and the: Congressmen j I GUARDSMEN; : OUT OF FEDERAL

been ne t>y the Georgia house of portion: of the public-but there was I j I t trail and rend any victim that offers ger.eral by so dointr. These men :.t Wiishinzton: imagine that they have Ii I SERVICE..

: p.-esentatives: with only twenty-two still another in waitingWhen everything (the easiest piey. Such a brave pack have already been paid for the job, i' nude a permanent settlement: of thel'ailwaywage WASHINGTON( Sip 11-Fifteen
and if did do i it then !
they not right
question this
by legis-1
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mem'-crs: having the manhood and political else fails-bloody shirts, sectional of political bloodhounds! '!thousand numbers of the National
i f they should be willing to complete it' lation. they are sure to find the error i ij.ird
f i. courage to \ote against it. Thus issue, race issues, class! !': issues, corporation What is the remedy ? Well, there ;at "contract price." 'I; find it very quickly. Let us ur- .i I Guard who t awe Jut returned fromj _
has Georgia been stigmatized in the baiting, etc.-there is always j duty the Mexican border by order
on
I ie two, maybe. An educatioal qualification II. P. GAINEY. i, pose that in accordance with the Fres- .
eyes of the world. at /er-failing issue, "religious for voters is one. And com- dert's desires the railway companies of the war department, were ordered

I This miserable performance on the prejudice." I pulsory education is the other. I II re'ept and carry into effect the pro- mustered out of the federal service.
5 part of the Georgia house-a thing in- Of course, for religious prepudice to HUSBAND RESCUED s j visions of the law. Some very impor- The guardsmen remaining; on the border
Until then that
I 4 !.Tated t and egged on by the notorious '.p popular and therefore successful I' type of political tant questions are nevertheless bound will stay there for the presentThe

t :. om Watson-has set us to thinking:; it must be directed against a minority i "leaderGod save the marknowin 1 i I to be raised. troops affected by this order

I I has prompted us to hark back a generation religion. The smaller the minority, j I I the ascendency in this state, whosej DESPAIRING WIFEAfter i Has Congress the power, under the are three regiments from New York.
j
j I sole thought is to win and who regards interstate-commerce clause of the i I
constitution 1
or so in politics, to see what: the more effective is an issue directed ) two from New Jersey one from Maryland -
adherence to a "principle" as a to order a wage increase to i
it is that makes Georgia so peculiarly against them. i two from Illinois, Two from Misj -
II i sign of personal and political weakness a certain class of railway employes j
i susceptible to this sort of political agitation i- What was easier then in Georgia, will continue to follow the lines FOOT Years of Discouraging It has power to enact minimum wage I j I souri, one from California, one from '
I 1: and bitterness-so easily the where there are only about 25,000 of : Oregon, from Washington and
laws and hours
of service laws, unquestionably i j one
j of least resistance and make votes for j ji Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave |.
: I prey of the demagogue and political 1 them, than to make war on Catholics? ; but to pass a law that one from Lojjsiar.a. The fourteenth
I 'I ('hatll tan. i! In a country, for instance, where there i I j easiest himself to out hand.of any issue that comes j'i Up in Despair. Husband railway corporations shall raise the I!j I New York regiment was not mustered
4
For Georgia, it must be regretfully are perhaps not a dozen members of Came to Rescue.i wages of their employes is a very dif out because of the prevalence of typhoid

I I admitted, has long been fallow ground I this particular denomination, it requires I I ferent matter. I I fever.

l for that class of politician who makes no sort of political courage to WHAT ONE OLD HEN PRODUCED' ;i Catron, Ky.-In an interesting letter Suppose, however, it is decided by

I a practice of playing on the public's take sides again them. You have thee I I from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock j! the. courts that Congress has this power. \'ILL.II.S I'I.ESTor GUNS

passions and prejudices; whether h f majority with you at the start. And Eggs and Chickens to Market Value ,, writes as follows : "I suffered for four I', Congress In that case next winter the, we shall AND WILL RAISE I.nr.lR IY
see
does it with a sectional issue, a racial I you may yell as lustily as you like of S200.WIXSTED years, with womanly troubles, and during hours of labor legislating the wagesand
of railway :hopml'n -
:
issue, a class issue, or a religious isI that there ;;,OOfl! our of our 3.000,0'V' ) this time, I could only sit up for a little 'i switchmen, station agents, signalmen Bandit Leader Says He Will End the

,I sue. What did the small-fry poli'i 'of citiens: tr? about to capture the C'JI1n-A white hen while, and could not walk anywhere at 1< sectionmen. bridge gangs and' :

,' cians do for the issues in the yea: government. 1 oared t y C. X. Foote of Lee, :\las;,., ill. At times, I would have severe pain gore iti ? Well, let's see: i So it has\ teen in Georgia-the an- died a fnw days r-jo aed 16 years. In my left side. I empoyed! by railway companies. The -

"First, after the days of reconstruction r''.tholic issue has been one to eo!'- Mr. Foote sail that she had laid :2.2/0 i The doctor was called in, and his treatment humble officials may even come in for EL PASO, Texas, Sept 1.-Americp.ns -

\ I it was the "bloody !.hir':" thatcarried : '-.re"i h. It has Brought forth all pfftrs. which at "50 cents a dozer relieved me for a while, but I was > favorable bill or'two, for some of arrivin-r: here today report that

I .t.! I commonplace men into orricei .-*<: of thins*-the miserable Veazyivestigation rmounted to ??0.I) She raised 1'''O soon confined to my bed again. After i: them are drawing fewer dollars from i Villa! made a speech to the population -

i <>* i'1' the Yankee and fawning upon i '- bill being its latest, but chicken, which at 75; cent: (each were that, nothing seemed to do me any good. ; the monthly pay car than the enjrir.o 1 of Satevo, Cl iJSuahua i when his force
the old Confed, offered the gate worth S120.SHOOTS! runners for who e benefit the CongreSi'men that weeks ago,
open not its last spawn. I had gotten so weak I could not stand captured town two .
: to political preferment in Georgia for Along! wih thi, naturally a"d almost and 1 gave up in despair. j I I| worked o\'t'rtiml--and put off adjournment without and' ,! saying that h: was intended only W
extra
I many years. necessarily, came the anti-Jew SALT INTO ELOPER At last, my husband got me a bottle 01 i compensation either! ., punishing th-1 traitors and putting "

f I But as the old Confeds-may God I crusade: s irred to white heat by !1'? WHO WAS 92 YEARS OF AGE; Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I commenced i 1 Why should there be objection :end to Carranza. -'

I rest their souls-became less numerous Leo Frank ca o, and persistently kept taking it From the very first'! such legislation Each and every '. General Villa said: "I rate plenty

l J ', and the Yankee more \-the. .,1;.., jreei[ : ] e'h for political ad co'ni Angry Father, 96;, Thus Stop.. -Marriage dose, I could tell it was helping me. I class of railway employes is probably j of guns and will; soon have a large J

I latter moving in sH h"coming rd| ", .. ,:- ?',,-..r.;',.'''_ Hrtil] it ;s even now of Daughter, 78.EEAVER can now walk two miles without! its I I better entitled to a raise than! the train i j army. You aw neither grinifoes; nor '

FI and! suece.s.sfil! l'itizens-this i iF=ue teen chief if not ode issue i of one of tiring me, and am doing my work." [i I men. Shall these others be denied it: j Carranzistas; could! catch me when I

i. ; !J played out in time and it thaT! i.<--->i= vjv c''rr"torir! candidates.!' FALLS. !If f you are all run down from womanly merely because they have not threat- ;i was ill. The gringoes are hArder '

necessary for the mall-fry fello1) to .Vd FO i i- ?-e---always: on"thins 4ri-.lmph Pa.-Old ace troubles don't give up in despair. Try ened to tie up the entire commerce of fighters than the Carranzistas, but I
over young love in a pitched Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped the nation I
take up another cry. to arouse 'hs: pasinns and prejudice! battle in the clerk's bear them no animosity..
city office here more than a million women, in its 50 But the avalanche will not stop -.
Following the lines of least resi'tirce. of the people. Never anything wholes when! : Caleb Smith, aged 96, Civil War years of wonderful success, and should there. If Congress may enact such I Ul-Fflt, A IIIV, EffectM Ulltt 6-LMtt*
.. t.s this class of politicians pi- ""'to or constructive; no'hins for the veteran, appeared with a shotgun and surely help you, too. Your druggist has legislation, then state legislatures may Don Not Grip} nor Dialog! U't Sc .

I ways do they next jumped on the: benefit of mankind, or the upbuildnig halted the elopement of his daughter, it sold will Cardui do. Ask for years.him. He He knows will what pass laws raising wages of employesof la addition to other properties,Las.101. -.

I "-igger;" for, while the latter were of cvr stat; jut always against Miss Cynthia, 78, and Roman Williams mend it Begin taking Cardui today.recom all public-utility corporations with contains Cascara in wxeptablfito"*.* a'
( rumerous, he had no friends at court, r :-'"'h:;; or somebody.: I 92. Two charges of salt from I in their jurisdiction. Next winter, atimulatingLaxative andTontc. Ins F l :;
she shotgun fourd lodgment theI Writ! to: Chminooga Mrd'clnt!' Co.. acts effectively and does not grip -
in trio )
I .1 ""i it was, therefore an easy matter: Is it to Georgia credit that such flank of Williams' Advnory P pt., O.M.n,.<., Tenn.. for 2peeaal .,I. then, will see bills passed at Albany, disturb stomach. At the same titae,it$id<
position, the
as : .
t : I to make a political issue of him. Iar.rI n.crr.by: small politics can be sue- correspondents say. war trcitmtui 7 uifruc.'io t.for Wo on youn." .*.i>llii,nd.M-pift.uin wriopcr.imok. Eaba Horn and Harrisburg Sacramento, and digestion,arouses the liver and.',ecrttiol
I 't I I every other state capitol to raise the sod restores the healthy! functions.; SCAet'
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER I;, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN

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+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + I fur the ratification or rejection of the said 191$, and approved on August 2. 1916. and deelareel to be disorderly persons guilty of. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX -

4 .loin' Resolutions proposing amendments to duly promulgated thereafter in compliance with I disorderly conduct within the meaning of this I I'MIER SECTION OF DEE tip, maybe it woman i nave lrlgl ,..:lJ 4
NOTICES the Constitution of the State of Florida viz:: the therein I
LEGAL
+ 4 I pr'iion containe. The Town Section. The owner agent, lessee or proprie.tor 1t'ss. LAWS OF FLORIDA. me so." Then she surprised him: by 4a

+ 44 + + + + + + + + + + + + 1 JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an Amendment in said Town at it.:30 rRular o'clock P. of M. meeting on the of or any places house used of i fame the resort or house of prem Hereby notice U pivin that W. M. Wain- suddenly asking: "If somebody tried
a persom wrii-ht. purchaser of tax sale certificates
I 1.\ to Section 9 of Article 9 of the 5th day of 1916. there being then of lewd character numbered -
MASTERS and there Sptemlr. a aorlaid. shall be considered respectively 129 and 174. issued by the to make you marry a woman twite as
SALE State Constitution. Relating to Taxation prent following m.mbr bf! la a keeper of a disorderly house and Tax
Collector for
said council: Bradford county Florida.i old as you Just because she was rich
Notice is herecy given that under and by I I and Finance. any person upon tOn.jttion of being such i each of said being dated the 3rd
virtue of a final dtcrte of forelosur. made Be it Resolved by the Legislature of the Stateof White.S. A. Bryan. E. S. Matthews and J. W keei>er of 1 disorderly house or of (rqu'ntng day of August c.rifcatr. 1914. has filed the saidcertificates and influential what would you do?"

and ertered in a certain cue ptn.lnl! in Florida: or being found in the same shall be punished I in my. and made appl.- "I'm afraid I should 1 C
Absent J. W. olir. ha declne.
the Circuit Cour of Florida, rror That the following! : amendment of Seton Andrews Jr. and J. C. by fine not exceeding t".o hundred and catiem for tax issue in accordancewith

County on chancer side of laid cour. 9 of Article 9 of the Constitution of the Wills. fifty olan. or by inprisonment not exceeding law. The Je resincthelyembrace "But because Im young and silly
A I
2th day nf relating to Taxation and Finance is hereby : which meeting certain proceedings wen or by both such fine ctrilcat"
made iind nn.I"f. on th. -Ul had fl ) and imprisonm..nt the following and want to stay that nay, daddywon't
A. D. 1916. ''h rein W. G. Seals in com aimed to and shall be submitted to the electors among which were the following ton-it : in the discretion of the Mayor. County. assessed at the BraMort
Mt'ra'.t. ant San.1 E. Younit. Ellen S. of the State for adoption or rejection at Councilman Bryan presented a certain ordi- Passed by the Town Council of Starke, I Flord. certificates in the take me seriously when I de
pie Young. the next general election hereafter that is to nance and after its read by the clerk Florida, this iuanc. I names respectively .
Young \nr I Yi'unir. Cornelius : hinl the 5th clay: of September 1916. hereinafter particularly: set forth ; so I'm going to run away.
E Vounir. J. H. Pollard and Inez I .a)'. that Section 9 of Article 9 of the Constitution moved that the rl. b supnd..d and the E. S. MATTHEWS to-wit : cine "
Annie "Oh. don't do that he
of the State be amended to read unanimous consent of present be I pleaded
Pollard and the S. B. Hubbard ComlaIY. a 8 m.mb-r Chairman Town Council. Certificate Xo. 129 the SW' of
follows obtained to consider the as rca.! Attest .mbrace "Why not head off the old by
defendants, the I.d. : : man
eorporntion. are undl..i' without SE' Sec. 35. Tp. 6. S. 2 E. 40' acres assessed
H Vptcial master will sell before tile cour"Oo "Section 9. There shall lie exempt from referring same to the committee or C. A. }'UTCIT.Town I L. M. Little.Certificate R : marrying a one?"
of Knidfnni county. Florida, onMONDAY. taxation property to the value of five hundred Rules Laws and Ordinances, the said motion Clerk.Approved young

.I..r OCTOBER 2. l Jt. I dolar to every widow that has a family b.nj seconded by Councilman White. The by me tIde, the 6th day of Sep- I Sec. 13.X.Tp. 174 7. S..mbrnr.K. E..the 4t) acres XE' asse. ofNEi "Well, Im sure I don't want to mar .
stated the
of sale to the hif.'hnt .I"I her for support and to every motion and fen tembe-r. 1916. J :; .
&nthI kgal l hours ral..d I ."ed 1,. M. Little ry anybody just now, plaintively. A j
for cash the following described -! person who U a Uma tide! resident of the State an "aye"and "nay""nt and the mot preailel. C. HOOVER. I I .
and bfat bidder Unle-ss said! certificates shall IM- relernl!
each of th.i.1 Councilman: 1. moment later she stamped her
'ituatitl and I.inl in l.raICor -: and has lost a limb or been disabled in war votin-j according .nul
rn1tale 101j j misfortune." "aye" in favor of the said motion. ". < Mayor. I law tax deed will i-"u. thereon
by foot "And needn't
Th..f.
tounty. Florida. and descrilx-.l h or upon Councilman Bryan moved that the or- -t Mayor. -m the Hth clay of Octeiber. A. I. : defiantly. daJdy .s

to-wit: elinance be adopted the said motion | Witness my official signature seal this try to thrust me upon old John Mu\v .
of the Boulhwest quarter I.inl I NOTICE.
The southeast' qua e- \ .IOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an am'n.l.rwnt !- se-conded by Councilman White. and then ami! the: 24th day of August. A. D. 1U16 "
southwest In Cirluit bray.
of sec'.ionUrn.. jnd the quar- i Ce.urt Eighth Judilia! Circuit e I'Florida. W. T.
WEEKS.
southeast 111rrt..r ..f section to Sections :3 and 4 of Article VII there put to a vote of "ayes" and "nays". thefill Bradford! cc "
the l..n. : s KM.i:
ter of tnty. I I Clerk Circut ( ourt9133t "John Mowbray! exclaimed the
and\ the mirth half of the no'th"nstu'l.irtir of the Con.titutl'Jf of the State of Florida, II.inl cal.. the said ordinance wasunanimously The American TnM Company a cor- |I : .
< aid the south half nf the nnrt'nastouraur Relating to C.nsu and Apportionment.Be adopted by the vote of all mem II.rul.n. as adnnni-.ti-ntor! eif the estate I young man. Dorothy clapped her handover 'e 4

of the northwest quarter ami the I it Keioltrd by the Legislature of the Stateof 1"1 of the Council present each of the said o Markillie her mouth and tied.

southnest quarter of the north.a.t quarter of I Florida: membe'i-s" ,'ntinl "a'f." there kinl no votes I 14*4 4 44444444444444 4 4 4 4 4 'lj

and the north half of ihe That the following amendments to the Con "nay." each said ,'nt. i is r &ol1 tWIIIY. stitution of the State of Florida be. and the \ -S. A. Bryan. E. S. Ior- IrJfcl
lesstwehe .
northwest quarter of section twenty-one Iath ws. trait Ci-mpany.)'. I corrioration.: r rXoti.r | because of the scene at breakfast following
wens in the southeast quarter ; all in Mm.are hereby agreed! to. and the fame shal W. White. to Appear CHURCHES. 4

0 Township seven south n f range twentytwoeast -ubmitted to the chctors of the tatt "NaysXrne- Tt.1 State of Horida to Chicago Portrait + 4 their announcement that they )

containing two hundred and ,'hlhty.hlht the general dection in 1916. for ratification or Th. -aid o.-c'rnnce i.s in the t.i.! .11 wo-ds Company. a coriioratiem., greeting: had invited John Mowbray and his

or less. u Dejection : and figures to-wit I It hl'inl be-en she>wn by affidavit that the BAPTIST-Rev. W. G. Law. + widowed sister and hpr children to an
acr. mor Section 2 of Article VII is amended Ordinance No. 87."An .
EVERETT M. JOHN'S. hereby di-fe-ndant. Chicago Portrait +
Company. a corIKiratii.n. Sunday school, 9:4 A. M. +
Master.Complainant's to read follows ordinance confirming the provisions and ; informal dinner thit evening. They
A. V. LONfi. Special so as as : is a non-resident of the State of Flor-1
; Solicitor. 9-1-jt. I "The Legislature that shall convene in the requirements of ;r.liranlf number 86 of the i-la. and\ that the residence of said defendant + Morning service, 11:00; Sun4 also openly admitted that they had j '

)'ea 1919 and thereafter shal consist of one ordinances of Starke. Florida passed! em the is in the City of Chicago Illinois! and! that I + day 7:30 P. :M. Visitors cor. + .
I number of the g.nat. ( each county in I; first day of August. 1914.{ which rri.ll' for there is no person in the State of Florida! hopes of having John Mowbray for a

NOTICE OF APPUCATIX FOR TAX DEED the State and of one member of the House I the con-truction of certain street improvements the service- of subpoena upon whom would 1 + dially invited to attend. son-in-law and had reason to believt

r.VDEK SETr CHAPTER .C R'pl-.ntatn' from each county in the j I in the Town of Starke-. Florida and! for bind said ele-fe-mlant. 4 4

4is8. OF FLORIDA. I thousand of imputation the assessment of a portion of the total ce>st I i is cejnside-red! and! ad- that he also had such an ambition. *'

Ht'ivby notice is given that D.V.. Moore. therein or ever major fraction thereof wh.r I I thereof against 'he property abutting ail I jiiehe-d I that Ihlrort the aH nrd..rd.defemlant. Chicago I'or- + CHRISTIAN-W. II. Coleman, + Their precipitate mention of the plans !} t

purchaser of tax sale cl'rtilicat'1 numbered I tin re may Iw a major fraction left o\.r after fronting the said improvement." I I trait Company a torlration. do appear toI + minister. Proaching the first + caused Dorothy to begin at once to
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and 19S Issued ly theTa the whole number of of WHEREAS. The Town the Townof
iily 1ST. 194. dividing imputation Cnunri of I the !!! of Cemiplaint
n-llt CoOpltinans hl.in + and third in each +
\ Coll ctor fur Bradford County. f'lorhla.1 the tolnt. by the number ten thousand : Pro- StarKe. Florida. lid Ih. first day of I on or l.f"f the !It Hil.- of OcteilMT. A. O.t Sundays find excuse for despising her fther'sprofessional t .et

each of said certificate I.inl\ dated the 3rd .. each county shal ha't at least oneH"PrM.ntati.e August. 191fi. and in pursuanceof the powers I j t 1916. in default vvhereeif a de-cree pro conf. + month. Forenoon sermon at 1 4 friend whon she had

day of August A. D. 1911. has tiled the sai.lj and! that county shal have conferred by the Charter of said Town and ss'i will lie e-nVrt'd against the said Chicago I + and evening at
certificates in my office and has made apphtatiir. rioiv than three Repiesentatives in Ih. Houseof the general laws of the State e.f Honda\ re- Portrait '. a cor >oratiem. sermon : hitherto regarded with polite indiffer
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for tax deed to issue in accordancewith Representatives. The ml'mhtr of the House ath't there-to. ad.>pte-d an ordinance providing,I I is further. order,-.! that this notice lepublished + Church board meeting the first + ence. She passed an uncomfortableday J
said certificates nsp.-in'ly' of Representatives be elected for term for the construction of certain street improvements :
laThe shal a in the Bradford County Tt.I""rl.h. + Sunday in each month. Loyal +
and the dinner hour
embrace the following lands in Uradford of two years and tht m'mh..r of the Senate in the Town of Starke. Florida ond a ne-wspaiH-r published at in Bradford as approached (h,,

county. Florida assessed at the date of the shall lie elected for a term of four years except the assesment of a portion at the total cost I county. }Florida once each Stal.week for Io Daughters meet every Friday + she mentally pictured their 4 4

issuance of such certificates in the names reiltClHfV as hereinafter 1')'id.d. The election for thereof against the l.n'I'rty| auttinl an.l se'CUtive WU.kR.I f't Con + afternoon at 4 o'clock. Ladies + guests as a tiresome lot, although she '1hadn't
hereinafter l articularly set forth, membr for each ljrvh shall! be at the same fronting the said improvement the said! ordinance IN WITNESS'HEREOF.. I have hereunto + .
I I The of office of Senators being designated Aid Society meets the first Fri4 even about their number -
to wit: rlhces.: term as ordinanr. number -I se-t my hand! and! affi\e-el! the seal of our inquired
CERTIFICATE! N'o. 187 embraces the W- of [I elected in 1916 shal expire on the first bb of the ordinances of the Town of C'rciiit Cour on this the 2nd) day of Septe-m- + day in each month at 3:30 p. m. + their age or their sex.

Wtl and NWIJ of SW, and E'3 of SE', !; Monday in April, The term of office Starke : andWHEREAS her. A. 191<5. + Sunday school every Sundayat + .
of SW i. Sec. 5. Tp. 8. S. R. 22 E. 140 acres. of S'nator elected in 1918 from th? follow by the provisions; of section 9 W. T. WEEKS. In a simple dinner gown of white net ,

avt>-i-l Melrose Manufacturing Co. I ICFRTIF1CATE jog tounl.i to-.it : flsil.sd.-n; of the said ordinance number $6. the town -5t. t SEA Ll Clerk. + 10 a. m. Everybody welcome with a blue girdle with her blond hair ,

No. 194 embraces the SW'i I L.on. Madison. LaraYltf. Taylor Columbia. clerk was instructed immediately upon| the.I + at these services. softly knotted at the back and with

of XE'4 and Lots 1 2 3 4 Sec. 2!. Tp. 8. S. Nassau Duva! 9mpl r. Jefferson r'L'Fa.t and approval thereof by the Town NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
I
B. 22 E. 235 acres, assessed Melrose Manu- Lee Monroe, Iltnam.'olu.ia.. Hamilt'.n. !!- Council and Mayor rll.th'ely. to publish The joint boards of county commissioners ofCeiltimhia 4 4 her blue eyes deeply srous. she entered ;

fBpturinu Co.CERTIFCA'r. Alachua. Brwar,1 Lil'rty. Itnando. saul ordinance once a week for four cnnse-c- I and Bradford! rountil' receive + EPISCOPAL-Rev. A. Osmond the living from the rear
N embraces Lots 5 and Pinellas B uliveweeks wetks in the Bradford wi root
> Br'ard. Lt\Y. County
< fhal
1,1 stilled! bids for the construction 215 feet
c. e. R. E. 80 acres assessed e'pi"on the first Mcr.day in April. l'J21 a T.I le oral h, a n'w,.,.no r published in the Townof of bridgework and cubic o yards ofi + Worthing, priest in charge. + just as her mother was greeting the

Meli.se Manufacturing Co. other snator to b elected) in the year 1918Ihl.ir Stark Br\'ord\ County Florida in order i t>raiework! ncnis-t lWI. ,' creek at Clyatt'sFord + Sunday school, 9:30 a m. Morning + i arriving guests. First, her mother
shall be redeemed ac. on the first that the ) owners or other iwrsons in-
Unless said certificates oirt tIir proiwrty
ter .hal 1
Dixie between her to Mrs. Elwood
cOIl to law. tax deed will issue thereon Monday April AI.m'mlr of the te-re'sti-d might h afforde-d notice of ti. provisions and Ellisvlili-em Hilhway.on dav.. Im.'idlnc. prayer and sermon, 11:00 + I presented a woman ,

on ni 2nd day of October. A. D. 1916. I House of Rlpre'ntatifleted general *n.1 l .requirements of the sad ordi. i. 1916! nt hriI\f File W.dn., said work O.t.l.r to lie constructed 4h.- + o'clock. Evening prayer and + of fifty; then ranie Miss Elsie El-
and seal this election i 191 S. their term of office shall nance and have opportunity to
Witness official signature amll. present
my !
to tie fol.owing plans and wood, in her early teens ant then
the -Jlth day of August. A. D. 1918. | expire on the first Monday in April 1921 and objections alain.t thf enforcement of the re .' ar.nr.lil1 4 sermon, 7:00 o'clock. Choir re4 "
W. T. WEEKS. 1 th. nafter the t-rm of office of all m..mhr of quire me-nts of the said! ordinance which said pileati.ns : from the hal entared John Mowbray
Bids cell lie until 10 ei'clock +
on hersal M. 4
(ELI Clerk Circuit Court. the Hmie of Representatives shall commenceon e>\l.j cli.nhy the termeif the ordinance wereto "ici.! n.rllo Saturday, 3:30 P. I II and Dorothy's father and with them

9-1-5L i the frt Tuesday after the first Mondayin I* s-ubmitte-d :n wrt'n': to the Town Council t"t. of + 4
Clearing of Right Way.
succeding the election. At the on or before 7 ::', o'cleick P. It!.. the Fifth came the young man whose glasses t
I Apri The trees, stumps and! brush shall! Ucti' '
---- general election in 1S20 and then-after all day of Si'ptemlier. I'.llfi.: specifically and clearly al I + METHODIST-Rev. John A. 4 phs had shivered that morning in the
ELECTION.To at le-i-t t'vo fe-t-t I. the grrtleline! a
NOTICE OF Senators to elected shall be elected for -=. ; forth the
reasons
a. .In" any pniK-rty + Hendr school +
I b viillh "f fifty feet and! 717 feet long. pastor. Sunday
term of four ).t'a" the I.r to begin on the : owner or other -x-rsons interested might hiiveand park

the Sheriff of Bradford County of the j r first Tuesday after the first Monday in Aprilof di-sirc. urire against th,' enfnrceme nt eifthe I. .\ liml..r.Disposal iirish of nel!lirunh.I iM-rishable. matter I + at 915 A.:1 Morning erI" "My nephew Jack Elwood, Miss Dorothy .

State of Florida : I the following year tc'pt that when a newCot.nty provisions of the said eirdinanfi I tl I,1. rl' n ic"-11! "utsi.I,' of the right of way and! vice, 11:00 o'clock; evening + I ," said John )\ and the '4
Be it known. That I. H. Clay Crwfor.l.s.tar i is crcited. the Lli.lalur shall at that \VIIFPF: \s th- 'o'jl| ordinance! was huhlbo. \wlray. '
of State of the State of florida. d.j time fix,the Itnuth of the ttn of the fiivt I .-,1 iifure-saM in tK> Rnidford! County Tele1- I ii'1 :tlal.h.Bridge for burinl.Snrrifiratiiins.V" service, 7:30 o'clock ,* i i embarrassment of the young people .

notice that a s. nator to be ...I.'rt.th.\ rl.fn.m at two or four 2rI.h. th" publit-atiein the ive>f U-ing male on : ,
.i\ j jr d.' "-' to be- ,erected in the ta- + + was happily unnoticed.When .
Ir.by fHL ELECTION run w th tt end in view of i..qinl the I th li I,. llth.I I iMh. and! 2.>th clays of August. C"lnwin!

will be held in Bradford County. State of number of oM g"I.tor. in \.aiulc, theIurl. I''lfi.: ni-1! the- 1-t day of Feptemlier. 1"11: and tii us Statiems and! 4. a bridge of 3' f.-e-t. Station -''f PRE BYTEmA -R \'. H. G. 4 | John Mnwbray became governor

Florida. on Tuesday next: succeeding the first of the YAHKREAS. the suid! Ton Council did me-t '. and! that fall, Dorothy's father was '
I .I. briilire eif 4H fee-t. Stali'n.! Dernison Pastor. 4 ,
Monday: in o\mllr. A. D. m6. the sad Section 1 of Article VII of the Constitution -I at thetime and place. mentione-d in the ordinance : Sunday j
,
: i t ,.n.lld rend follows aforesaid! for the f eonside-r- 1". a '.r.I"l' of Ifeet. Making a total of I appeased at losing him as a sun-in-law f,1
Tuesday I.inl the I litnly fo ato as purpose e> all! !I.ri..", 215 f.-e-t. + school at 9:4; A. M. Preach- 4 j .
DAY OF NOVEMBER :, : inc se-rarate-ly each every .protect thatm I II and rewarded fcr the political aid I
Sf\'fSll ant lie piling not +
Sn'ifindues tei se-t em inir services hours. 4
I rln.1 at regular
F.ir s Senator from the State | fhe ncaular session of the LegMatur.' tHat k-ht I* ..|H-rly Ill. "" the' e-nfiirce- .I I
le-s than tin inch.-s in cli.'ir.li'HT ami! set ntleast him the
by seeing Dorothy i.
of Florida for six years from March 4. 19'.. i shall meet in l.'l"shall apportion the representation me-nt of thtirovisii>iis tviiuin-me-ntss\ .fth. thnefeet in th. to + Morning service at A. M.; + given as .*i

For Six I fit Presidential EI.'tor. I| in the HOI," of Representatives, a$1 .- -said.! ..rdi na not'. but mi pel-son aPI.'an.t e>r lieol I-.art. either from,">)'.n,11 I.in.I.inl or cy- :' + Evening service, 7. 1 Visitors + wife of bis favoritu nlphew. preside
of the Second th's Article which presented any objections a"ains .'-
For one Representative Cn-I in provided apportionm.nt. Ih. I I press. Thn-e pilings to IMset unde-r each cap as the mistress of the governor's mansion ,
of the State of the last taken by.. me-nt thereof : + invited worship +
rrt.ionat Patriot hal! lie based upon cersus t
sill.: !I sills to be 6xS 12 feet long t'ordia1)
in 111 Sixty-fifth Congress of the United the State of Honda or by the United State's.uhirh Now therefore lie it ordained by the Town the piling\l/l'finite n--e| I'll each side to the corI ant- + us. But except themselves. nobodyever V

States. I Ir ; ever is the last taken. in the several Council of the Town of Starke in the State thickness of the fills for a knew why the locket that Dor
L'- Governor of the State of Florida. I counties of the State. and those that shall eif Fleiri InSection : I I r.pln.lnl cap..6't and! + +++++++$++444444+4*+* "
fe-e-t. Clamps 1
two Jack their
For Secretary of State of the State oft meet every te-n y'an thereafter shal apportion 1. That ordinance number f-6 of tight itanll inches.f l inr to lie securely nailed with othy gave on wedding day '

: the representation in the of Rep- the eirdinance-s the Town of Starke. 11.1.1.! each side of the c'nlpr"i" had a tiny black bear enameled on one .
Forida.A lornlY General of the State of Flor-i n- --'1' .'.- in the n.nnner in this Articl. provided pa.-se-d on the fir.-t day of : which apportionment shall \ Teivin of the Town of Starke. and cap
upon
da.for Comptroller of the Stat of Florida. the last enumeration h la.\ the appro.,1 Cnunci In August 2. 1916, by the Mayorof .1 EI.I! pi'ing' to t 12 feet apart and flattened feet (Copyright, 1916.! !>/ tV JtoClure XLWSFI i
c.nhW center piling 2 OF .
BECAUSE BRUIN
ror Trta-surtr of the Stat. of Florida. State of Florida. or by the United States, I the said Town be, and the sale is hereby as the sill" chml' t.n.linl 3 feet. per> yn-icate.) !
a
For Superintendent' of Public: Instruction of I which is the last the : ronfrm.d 11,11\ cap Ind I fb ,
e.tr tken.for the of the bridge for banisterIMists.
i
the State of Florida. Legislature so apportioning tf r'pret'nlalion That the Clerk is hereby)' instructed ah" foorinl -
'rto': be 2x6 61? fee-t long, securely !: Pleasant Old Custom .
J', of Agriculture of the shall convire." I this ordinance in the Camp, I! -
I Co"mi.siontr I Juhl.h nulorllC'unty to pile and! cap sill with 4< |*-n-
State of Florida. Section 4 ofri.I..- VI of the Constitution a newspaper ,lhl.h.< nails. i Hospital patients t! i.nliy are bet ;
of the Supreme Court of read follows in the Town of ,! ny I 4
For Two Ju-ticts is l.reLv 1m d as to as we-ekly Starke. I be-n's to lie te-n feet apart except By CATHARINE CRANMER.The ter off than their Hlh'I'StOr of "the
the State of Florida. | : uch manner and for such t'me as is cus \1 Int'r.
For one Railroad Comrrissiomr of the Sf t.| "When any new county is cr.at.by the t"m"I' in the promulgation of the ordinances I I tbe-feet! .long.: fist bridge\ which are to b.I..n CJIH! old tme. Mr. U'lu-atley in haiHH.k t

of Florida I Legislature. it shal be entitled! tn one Senator I of the said Town. I AH!! to In3x8 and! to lap one I on "London" 'iu' 's from a Scot- 1'W
For State Senator for loth Senatorial Dis- | and the House of Re-nresenta-. Section S. This ordinance shall into ef- .trinl"r
one
go I foot at the jeiinLs.. said! joints only to tie made most confirmed case of blues act of parliament of lSU to the 1
State of Florida.For I I the enumeration for its and tI-1
tr'ct of the ] tin unt next "mid0 feet imm'diatllv upon passage an. with 6'l
Two Members ol the Hou-e of RepreBentatives i in ,Section 5. of this Article- betaken > I uroval! by the Mayeir. the lest interest of the over cap sills an I securely nailed will fly in the face of a sunny spring frt: that "gif onj man brings to the I

of the State of Florida. | after the creation of the said Ton it. I penny nails. I.
new d..mandinI when the sufferer fi'.irkft swine < snlmoud :
I r
Five stringers to \xJilaced! un.l.r the full morning, especially corrupt > t ts
For County JuJ*?. county. or ur.til: the f.t cln.us enumerationthat Passed em this the "ith day of Se'ptemlier.
For Sheriff. shall 1* taken by the l'nit.d States ->f I 1916. le-nvth of the bridge.Fleieiring is a pretty girl of twenty. 14siiuld.! they sail tit- takm: liy the ; '.
I to lie 2x8 12 lest
For Clerk of the Circuit Court. America after the creation of the said new I E. S. MATTHEWS.Attest I Panister to lie.capped and IInl., on two Dorothy swung along over the l..!!lc. and incontinent without! cay I
For County Ass of Taxes. county whichever shall the sooner taken Chairman Cemnci! .
j b .f s'eK-s with 1x6.A often to gather urstion. sail si-ut to the leper
smooth slopes stooping :;
.
For Tax Collector.For after the crea'ion of the said new county whf-r I IC C. A. FUTCH. b
County Superintendent of Public Infunction. ![ shal be entitled }o one member of the I Town Clerk. I ,!hub I.\ro !v6 te: be Ilac-d at the Im wood violets or to listen to the singing f'.:K>. nnd i tH-r! IM no l(>ers thenn.ily '

I I I ( Representatives for every ten thousand ': Appro-.eel this 6th day of s'II.mIN.r.I. I per. Ii.lanrt.material to lie ol solid heart, I'in. lum- of the birds. 'sail they U.destroyed ut'rUe" I1Il
> For County Surveyor. of population! or the majo- fraction C. \1 I "
For Five County C"mmisinnft. thereof the same as the-r ceiuntle-s.; I I Mayor of Town of Starke Flor'eia. I her.C Vbu!me-nts. I "It's too lovely a world to be unhappy .- sime: pleasjut.ust.m uhtame! In t .

For Three I- Board A JOINT REOLVT'OX Proposing an -5t, in the fifteenth <-eutury, where .
IM..ndm.nt A
mhri A standard ti.nlier abutment to lie placid! I in, she murmured. squirrel (sorr .
I I Section of VI o' the
.bIic to 1
Instruction.
\ritl. I the end eif all brieige-s. nil putrid meat :tiiI: ti-li wls by stat
at bark.
and for the a harsh and saucy
.lustier of the p.act in Constitution of 11 tatt ( Florida as NOTICE ( FI>Ai. DISCHARGE. gave

following. Justice Districts vizo. : I amended by Joint Resolution Xo. 2. Acts I Six months date hereof on to-w't. the I! The Grade to IK- !prrlratona. on and I "That's right, little fellow" retorted ute MTt to St John's hospital ,

\ One.Vo. of IMS.! R.lllinl to Suffrage- nn.l Edi: 14th day of January, 1917.! I will present mv Irat. C..t "idl top.
I1to and the height to herself -- -
| slope J 1. b Dorothy seating on a park
Two. I bility. vouchers and final account to the Honorable
I i
No. Three. P.E it Rm.lvfd by the Legislature of the Stateof I Ge-o. A. Gardiner. County Judge of Bradford on 10 per said ,'survey above, for the&inkalt.I..t! of except talt in\Mation I bench; "just scold when things don'tsui New Or.1 For Him. 1r .

No. Four. Florida : : county. Florida a administrator of the ee- 6. beginning at e-ach of br'dge. it is you. I'm going to scold too and "Tbe climate hcr} i la salubrious.: Isn't ,
"0. Five.No. That the following ammilment U Section 1 I tate of D. S. Wheeler d'- and asked to Ino '
.a.d.
Six. of Article VI of the Cn.titution of the State be dischraged as such administrator. I i I to lie1. ::U feet wi-le for 51 feet for a pas- give mother and daddy to understandthat it?" remarked the tnurist. !

No. Seven. nf Florida 1. and nm. hereby agreed I This the 11th day of Julv. 1916. sage.A lierm of 5 feet to be left on each siele of I don't care how blue John Mow- "Say, friend." flplithe native, '
No. Eight. to and be submitted to the of D. W.
Xo. !me. the shar the general election l.lotor for I I Administrator of the estate of lAXISG.. .ler. I Ir.i.of original unln-oken earth. All ditches bray's blood is or how big his bank account "jest write that there word down tu
road 1 1.
front
to
"0. Ten. ratification or rejection : de-ceased. 7-14-6mo "A bond|' of ( required of the or how his chances to become me will yer? (11t tired o' swearin'I I
I of the of $5(1.fll wi b goo
Xo Eleven. Section 1. Every male age
person -- --- --
I I bidder b ( into contract at climate in the same old e
successful
For Constable and for the following Jus- twenty-one years and upwards who is a citizen NOTICE OF FINAL MSCHARGE of tntfrin. governor. ti way.

tw! Districts vii : of the United States at the time he applies Six months after date I will present to the for The faithful above work performance to be I let o to the lowest and Suddenly the chorus of birds endedin a new Ol" rhilnddphia Pre
i
Number One. to register shall be deemed a qualifiedelector I'Hon. Ceo A. Gardiner as County Judre e>f 1 the right Dorothy --- .
best but the Beiards reserve a quavering
Number Two. at all elections under the Constitutionof I! Bradford county. Florida my vouchers rnd! bidl.r. ci-chat
"umber Three. the State of Florida. provided that ht pos- final accounts as Adminitrtri' of the .1.1 I to reject any ano all bids. looked about and saw a full-grown General Insurance
All are to show .paral. ]
Number Four. ?.-, wing qualifications : of S. J. Sternhuro. o Number Five. He have residtd and had his perma- nor die ele-ce-ased. and ask to discharged .
"al
b J. B. CREWS. seat and
Number Six. ncn* and place of abode in the State of as such Administratrix. | I- her. She sprang from her 1 represent none but FIRST
Bra
Board Commissioners
Number Seven. Flor da for one year and in the coui.ty wherein This the 18th day of August., 1916. I Chairman.County. Florida County ran for the nearest roadway.She CLASS companies and will b<> .
Number Eight.Number he applies to register for six months previous ANGIE STERNBURG, Coro the
I Per D. W. P1NHOLSTER, Pro Tern. looked back once and saw
ine. thereto. -dministrlri' of the estate of S. J. Stern constantly on the alert to pro .

Number Ten. He must bt able to read, write and interpret burg deceased. M3-6m I 9-15-31.____ _._ _. ____._ bear galloping toward her but she did mote interests. Guarantee
Number Eleven.In Section of the Constitution of the your
any -- not laborers bearing
park
CLERK'S REPORT. see two
test'monyvhereof.. I hn"t hereunto et State of Florida at th.- time he applies to reaistcr NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE I. courteous treatment all pa ,
my hand and affixed the Great Seal of the and vote. Six months after this date to-wit. on the Stake Ha.. Sept. 1. 1916. down on him. Neither did she see a t

".Hte of Florida. at Talahas.t. the Capital. He reu>t own in hi. own right property to 29th day of January. In;. I will present to l.l "rl of the Clerk! of the Circuit Court lone young golfer strolling cityward trons. A well written policy bya

th'n the .. .. ( AUlu>t. A. D.19K the value of not less than five hundred dollar !- the Hornrabl. Georire A. Gardiner as County in and for BradtVid County Fioriila.! on acCount first-class agent in a first- -.
him.
?. which fact shal!! be eloterm'nrd only by Jui!. CO\.ty. Florida, my vouchers -I of taws assessed for the year 1915.B. until she rushed directly into

II. CLAY CR \\VFORPD.L. 'K Hxo-fMnent of the county at the I and final accounts as executor of the last M. DOWLIVG.Tax The force of their collision\ sent the class company sometimes means

( S.) Sl'.tar of State. tirt he ap\l.to mister and vote.He will and testament of W. H. Rivers de-ceased Colle-ctor. man's glasses flying and they much in case of loss by fire.
T.) S. B DEX \IRK. Sheriff. Bradford mo.t ha"f been rnR'ich',1 previous and ask to lie di-'Chareed as such t-xe-cutor. I County Proper young

County. M.-- to the time he applies to ,'ott. of This the Hst day of July. 1916. \u '. 1 to bal due County Proper broke into b1 I

-- ---.- larc. "v. robbery. C.r.'. ..r'ul i in any of the tour of any State or Iht Fxecutor of the. last and Testament of I i By amt collected -.-- 51I.131 devi"
NOTICE TAX DEED Wi "
OF AP M ICATION FOR
"nited\ States, or if so convicted he must W. H. Rivers dece' g.lmo. "Oh. I'm sorry. she gasped, "but i's --- -, '
UNDER SECTION 8 OF CurTER I ..... 1.101.09 -- ---- --- -
I". LAWS OF J-ave leen. re-s-tored to the rights of citizen- -- -- S"I.t. I to bal due really coming right after me.Vhats .
+ 4444444444444 +
I ship. NOTICE OF APPIICTIO\ TAX DEED I i Drainage. "
Notice is h.-rtby given that n E Ha:1! Provided: however. That no person or linicpnJant UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTERlcc. I \uvr. 1 to hal due County Drainage "\ coming? The devI? + +

Purchaser of Tax e.tincat. No. | of aDJ auch person who wa on <. LAWS OF FLORIDA.Xotice I Fund .-_--. .-.--- U46.CO "No, you stupid ; the bear"! Dorothy's I
the Srd day of -U I.t. A. D. 11'14. has filed j I January fir-t l'. prior thereto .ntt.t is here-by given that Wm. Edward. Uy amt collected _.- ,"UII: tension almost + SEABOARD rIiE TABLE. +

aid t.riliratl in my ofict and has made to vote under the Constitution and In1's purchaser eif Tax C. rtit.at. Xe 172. date-d high-wrought + 4
"plication for tax .t" issue in accordance of the States Territories entitlediniler 1 I I. 76".(,(' snapped and the toars hung on her _
any or or the 3rd day! of 'U-l t \ \ 1914. has fi'edsaid \ S.t. 1 to bal I d ut ---------------- '
with law. Said certificate .'mracl' the .i .. any form of go\'enm.nt. or anv 1 certificate in my iffice an.! bas malean-I ('ount, Road and rdRl. lashes. Seeing no bear or other cause + New tirre table takes effect +

(olowinl! diTcnKd unptrtjsittiated in Brad naturalized citiren or his descendants, shall! :, pKoati. n for tn\ .!.-e-l to i .ut in accordance! .\"'C. 1 to bal! due Ctiunty ani < + 12:01 a. m., Sur.day, May :?, '16. +

county Ho.-da. towitSWi : In- dt-n'ed the right: to register and ,'olt 1"-1 I with law S3'" certificate embraces the fol! i Bridge Fund! -. l.M'i.23 I Ii for her agitation, the young man + Trains will arrive in Starke +

..ff '-. Ti: -. .v R. _1 r.1' cause he shal not lie alle to reid. write and I I I.winl! .I"rrib projtrty s tuate-d in Bradford i "; "mt collected! -. W: '*. looked puzzled but the next instant as

41 acn*. Th. said land! heHir n..s.\ at the' interpret any Se-ction nf the Tonstitut'on! ofi i I to-wit : S1 of NE'i I + follows: + _

f.'. of i-sulnr. of such certificate in the the State of Florida a: abo-.e provide, J. or be--I I of SE'tount,. See. II.Floria.'. 7. S. R. 22 E.. 4'l acres. scpt. 1 to hal due -.-- 1.171.4 ; perplexity gave way to a riotous smile. + +

name of X. 1'. Cautt-rn. C.1.-"- be"Kill not euvn preine'rty if the value ; The said !and Icing a.-sesfed at the iat. .ftb I Fine and Forrrlur. Fund.Aug I Down the road came the two park la
I
l'nl.'. said certificate shall! be redii-med! nr. above MH-cified. naturaized!: citizens of the i such in I bal due .i + Jacksonville to Tampa +
> namee.f 1 to
r.rilral' borers with the captive bear. -
cOIInl to law. tax died will 'issue thereonon -'t.d !''tt. how ..:. at the time they apply I i !.. M. Little. Fund .-. >-'1By :I Xo. 1 __ ___ ---11:14 p. m. +
the 2nd day of Ort.I'r. .\. D. 191fi.Witness I and .f"rt they shall be admitted to register i Vnless saic reele-eme-d\ according amt collected .- 23(.41 quickly snatched a bill from her
my official and seal this I rikat.hal ill Xo. 3 _. ______ -10:40a.m. +
shall to the registration officer certificate
.ilnalure present I to law. d.d i.sl. thereonon and flung it at the astonished
the 2Sth day of AUYlt. 1916. of his naturalization or a doly authenticated -I the 9th day of October A. D. 1916. Sept. 1 to ba! due .-. 44 .ll purse + Xo. 9 _________ -__ !::2 p. m. 4

W. T. WEEKS. copy thereof. W"tness my official s I nature and seal this County School rounman.. + +

r'"lc Circuit Court. Bradford County. Fla. Section 2. Upon th' adoption of this; amendment the 6th day of September. A. D. 1916. \I'I. 1 to bal due County School "There! Pay for your old glasses _
(SEAL) 9-1-51 to the Constitution the' leli.Itur.shall W. WEEKS.. Fund .-. 3.167..6T 4 Jacksonville to Cedar Key +
---- She
.nar appropriate In'l ;'> carry tn. purpose t'--t. 'SEAL" Clerk Circuit COtf. r 4
NOTICE OF ELECTION of tiiis amendment into effect. behind the shrubbery and after her +

The votes cast in compliance with the proposed 1-- ORDINANCE XO. S*. Se-pt. 1 to bal due -. 2.e'53.21OutstandinK > went the young man. -

WHEREAS. The Lelilatur of 1915. under amendments, and the canvass declarations -,, *n ordrant. aml'nljinl section 160 of the indebtedness Fund. + Tampa t<> Jacksonville + ,

the Constitution of 18S5. thl State of Flora and returns thereof shall be subjected I I Codified Ordinances o a general nature of i Aug. 1 to bal! due County Outstanding "I say! he stammered as he + Xo. 2 ___ 4:51 a. m. +

did pass three Joint Resolutions to the same regulations and restrictions a, the Town of Starke. relating to howls of ill indebtedness Fund .--- ---- 1.470.SJBy reached her side and trotted along
lug amendment to the Constitution Jr.p. are provided by law for .nfrl elections: in''I, fame. I amt collected .- 516.56 about + Xo. 4 _____ __ __ 3:12p.m. 4
with "I'm I nasty
her
Stt e Florida and the tame were agreed to the State of Florida. I Re it ordained and tnacted by the aldermen sorry was 4 Xo. 10 ( Limited).._ 5:54 p. m. 4
.a vote of three-fifths of al the members I IX TESTIMONY WHEREOF I I of the Town of Starke. in council a-ss-emb'ed : Sept. 1 to bal due -. 934.27 the glasses and you must take this + 4Wannee I

elected to each house : that ,'ote on fait have hereunto set my hand and I Section 1. That. the said faction 1KO of the Total Sub School. back." -

Joint Resolutions '.r entered upon their roaphv. affixed the Great Seal of the 'COoi .d Ordinances of a General Nature n' A':. 1 to bal due Total Sub School + Cedar Kef to Jacksonville +

Journals with the yeas and nays SE \L Sate .\( orWi at Tallahasseethe the TI\'n of ta*." rlalinl to houses of Fund -. 1,134.43 His laugh was too Infectious to be + Xo. 14 0:27a.m.) +

thrn. and they did deternrne and direct Capitol this the twenty- ill fame, hereby 'a amtndM s as to read as Iy amt collected 1 1):1 resisted, and Dorothy laughed. too. --- -- -- ------- 'P
+
said Joint Resolutions tw s"' mi.t.o fifth day of July. A. D. 1916.H. follows : -
to the electors of the Stat at the Gtn.rl CLAY CRAWFORD. I Section 16.1 HOUSES OF ILL FAME Sept. 1 to bal due ._- SS3.70 They slowed up as they reached the + Trains 4

Elect-on & November. S-IH Secretary of State. r\r ho-ise of ill fame and any house. d\ Total SubSrbol Bonds. seat she had vacated and dropped intoit. + *
Sur.dav
895.58 ( Daily Except )
W. THEREFORE I. 'H. CLAY CRAW rr."i.t. or other lae wthtnCI 1 to bal .

FORD. Sftar of State of the State of PUBLIC :OTICE .,..I.'T rm., ., rf ,a'o 'n"". used for th e lrlS By'Ul amt .col.ected .-. 34..1 Between bursts of laughter she + Xo. 101 Leaves Starke G:45 a. m.Xo. +

Florida hereby give notice that a Starke. Septem- of prostitution or known or J- explained that when the bear had +
GENERAL ELECTION 1..1 5. 1C1 Florda. Clunci puted to be the resort of prostitutes. or nor- Sept. 1 to hal due .-...._______ 68.4. toward 4 104 arrives Starke 2:4r p. m.
*pH be htid in < ai county in Florida! ciTunday PR IT REMEMBERED that at a meefng sons of lewd character i?. end t 'f same is W. T. frightene her I was galloping + T. J. GRIFFIX. Agent. + ; .

next futCUoinl the Srst Monday in of the Town Council of the Town of Starke, '.- i.4>.e''red to be a disorderly h"ol Ha'- I SEAL) Clerk Circuit Courl he wit never a keeper in sight + 4'P
Xoumber. t. the s'd Tue Bradford County. Florida held in to the and morals of tie Town I
pursuance gerous peace
'ay bin; "If I a'.reidy! been wrought + + + + + + + + + +
the + + + + +
of Or"iptnce number 'I of the Ordinances of and all persons keepiig. -!'di'l in. frequcntir.f. Read the 'elulph-Sl.5 p Tear. hat:- .

SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER said Town passed on the first day of August i cr at any time found in same, are hereby








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,-.."' Mi 1.:1. '. .n: ;..... ......__......r._....w._.. _,j ion last Wednesday night, the light I I II

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't Il I It'l... S[ \ !\! f r /Y 100 s- _w ..... 4... ...,. H. \. ,, Councilman! Dell introduced two resolutions -, I : f


}: \\iIT\\ ; I County News ItemsUttreittal .\ 't "That: the which president were passed appoint, .a as committee follows I SAVED HI FROM y

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cil, together with the EARLY GRAVE
j' mayor, to purchase ai
: ; Facts Gathered During the Wjek by Our i
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\': 1i 1y 1 I .Regular Correspondents. plant at a cost not to exceed ?.000,

'! same to be completed at the earliest I
:.' possible date. Father of Sixteen Thought End I !

t \ 'I :. b i ;;-' -Mr.-J. B. Rosier, of the Redding "That the mayor and finance committee Near-Told Wife What to i \ 1

,. ) 4> 1 Bridge section, was transacting business i- of the council to be a special Do With Children When He :: !
I LI fTLE SPRINGS. committee to provide the necessary
r I in Raiford Saturday. :j :
.' > funds to for the purchase and installation Died.
; U t' ,' :Mr. J. N. Gunter was a business pay i; / ,
: It -*' \ -?, $ $ <>> <$ -?> $. $ ?> <> of said plant."
visitor: here Saturday. : "
'. A peanut party was given at the |, :Mr. J. H. Sapp, of the Evergreen t i What is probably the most remarkable ,

I nome of Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Roberts section, was in town Saturday.Mr. Lake Butler School Opens. indorsement 4 ever given a proprietary I : :

kst Saturday night. A large crowd Ury Reddish brought in his The fall term of the Lake Butler medicine was the statement I

I of young folks was present, and each first load of cotton Saturday. High School opened :Monday morningat made recently by II. J. Williams, a 1:1: :)

one seemed to enjoy the patherinp. coai miner the Tennessee Coal V !
; Rev. J. C. Tutch, of Vanderbilt eight o'clock. While the opening at 'i ; : !
I Here's looking to another one. 1 section: was transacting business in a little; early as compared with pre- Iron Co., mine Xo. S, near Fairfield, I I II

Mrs. C. C. Stranherry, of Crystal Raifo'-d Saturday. vious opening dates, the attendancewas Alabama, in the Birmingham district. I I |

River, with her nipcl.liss: Lucia fire with far The of his wonderful restoration -
L j A fine boy came to gladden the a larger number in' story ; { I?
t ::1 Scarborough, Is visiting with her hcma of Mr. and :Mrs. D. B. Browning attendance than was really expected to health was told in his own I : (

ft father, Mr. M. M. Hale. 'I., Tuesday. because: of the fact that cotton picking words and is profoundly interesting. II' !

r q The annual big meeting of Little Mr. Joe Crews, of Starke, was visiting is yet in full blast and farmersare His statement follows:

i! Springs church was held Friday, Sat- ', : in Raiford Sunday. compelled to keep their childrenout 1 "I r.m 54 years of age, and am the I !

\ urday and Sunday of last week, and i, :Mr. Jim Conner, of the Conner a few days longer to pick the staple fath-r of sixteen children, eight living I

: .; large crowds attended each service i' Bridge section was in Raiford on bus- and eight dead. I came to Birmingham i! !
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:Mr. C. A. Scaff made to his Besides from East Tenressee and I
: a trip i ;iness Saturday. I I|I the children present a large I

'I ; parents in Hamilton county last week. Mr. John L. Gaskins, of the Redding number of parents were in attendanceto have followed mining for a good man/ : :

t '1 witness the opening exercises which years."About. :
Bridge section, was a business ; I !" : |
1 : i ; 8'v CtCt <> OOCt00e <% visitor here Saturday. were short. The exercises were opened ; two years ago I took sick. ; I

i I 1 O Miss Addie Rivers, of Edith, Ga., by Principal S. A. Draper, who The doctors at first thought I had the i : I

I .' i! : j '. LAWTEY.Mr. 0t. -ho has been visiting her sister, Mrs.H. spoke at some length regarding the tapeworm, then hookworm, and finally I |i l
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I. I' "i .. ,., ( !, <;> G. Con, in Raiford, for some time, past and present policy of the school, decided it was pellagra. I took treat- !
It left Sunday for her home. :Mrs. Coneaccoml outlining a general way the won ment .,'crn a well known Alabama Pellagra -I

1 r. \ I' D. C. Biggs, of Hastings, was anied her for a visit with her for the term, as well as reminding the 1 'Cure.' Lut got no benefit. The I I
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i, I t a visitor to Lawtey the first part of ., pu >rts. i!( rarents and! citizens that the facultyis doctors finally said they couldn't do

Ir ; : I I the week. j Mr. B. E. Dyal made a business trip almost entirely new and to them me any good, and I quit going to see I

F. I Prcf. R. H. Terry was transacting to Jacksonville Monday.Mr. (, and to the children, but he felt confident them. ,, .. r--,

I I f :d i business in Gainesville last Friday B. J. Rosier, of the Rosier that the coming term would be ,I "I suffered from a sort of numb I, .

: and Saturday.Mr. liidge section; was a business visitor ; in all respects satisfactory and suc : ""ccling all the time in my back, and I .

t I! and Mrs. Charles de BeruS: of h">r" Sa'urdlv.: ; cessful. I was dizzy-headed.: I couldn't stoop : Speaking of 'j

if. I t Jacksonville, spent Sunday here at the :Ir. Henry Gaskins, of Starke, was'a Mrs. P. M. Padgett, chairman of : over, or stand on my feet for any .

!Ii i home of Mrs. de Beruffs:: : parents, Rev. business visitor here Monday. ] the local board of education, also ad- !, length of time, and couldn't hardlyeat ;

. I ;, ari! Mrs. Ralph OWright.. .i Miss Ouida Cone, of Lake City, who dresed the meeting respecting the business anything and nothing tasted good.In Crop Profit 1

. I t t' Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkhs and ]little E.ent last week here the guest of her part of the school work. Mr.J. fact, I was slowly starving to :

, : daughter were visiting relatives in brother: G. H. Cone, and wife, left H. Scarborough also spoke along'the death. i ,

j L i Lawtey last Friday.Postmaster lor her home Saturday. !, same lines. Rev. Kendall, pastorof "I lost all of my strength and fell : J

l'I I i R. B. Jackson was a Mr. Tobe Xorman, of the Vanderbilt the Methodist church offered prayer I off 45 pounds in weight. I used to Net Return .2c

.it I : Business visitor to Jacksonville last ';section was a business visitor to for the success of the term.A weigh, when I was well, 133 pounds, Cost to Produce _a 8c :

.! \ Friday. Raiford: Saturday. I IMr full report of the organization of and got down to where I only weighed Your NET PROFIT .1'1c to--

: f :Mrs. J. J. McLeod was a visitor to : X. H. Shaw, cf Sapp Station, the various societies, clubs, etc., will 90 pounds, and was almost a walking : t,
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I Starke Monday. w a:< hauling: cotton to town Saturday.'r. be made next week. ; skeleton. j;
.. I ,.. f lrs.\J. C. Adkins and !little daughter > S. F. Johns ;Is swdmg this: j t i "I finally decided that there was nr You grow crops for net profit. A 2ooa-quart ;

i 'i; of Gainesville were guests at the 'reek in Jacksonville.Mr. i .4> / <$> $> ?> 0. more hope for me in this life, and I crop grown on ONE acre costs lets per
tl home of Mrs. M. E. Edwards Tuesday.Supt. quart and makes net profit thaj
: E. X. Folsom returned Tuesday gave my ring to my wife and told her more 2,000

i R W. H. Biggs, of Green CoveR from Tavare=, where he went on a LONG BRIDGE. .t' to put the children in the Odd Fellows quarts grown on TWO acres ; you knofr that. :

f, It I Springs, is spending a few days in business trip. I ., Home when I died. Good commercial fertilizer, rightly i used ,

f' Lawtey. .A. . "This is just the shape I was in. usually makes the difference between 1,000 ; ,

'I l :Mr. A. Rosenberg has closed out his ; a. t_, !.4.nanJ '\ '?> Jb Dr. J. O. Phillips, of Worthington, when one day my little daughter said: ouarts. or less and 2,000 quarts, or more, per t

{ II store here and has moved to Alachua, i <* was a professional visitor to LongDl'idge 'Papa, why.don't you try that new acre-the fertilizer cuts down what each} quart "

f. i: ; t will reopen here about January i LAKE BUTLER last Wednesday evening. He medicine everybody is talking about ? costs you i i

'I l r.. a .* is attending Mr. and Mrs.\ J. L. Laven It has helped so many people it might The better fertilizer the .J
: We are glad to learn t tliss $ >?> $ <$> $ $ .0. $ your more ;quarts
I der's baby, who has been sufferingwith help you. Of course; I had no faithin
'"Ivrtie app, who has been ill with ty- A pinder boiling was given at the the you get from each acre and the less each t
but
I' a severe eye trouble. anything, just to please
'Void fever for the past four weeks, home of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Duncan .-... cooii you. Armour Fertilizer; (the i
Mr. 0. T. Crews family I made trial and got
I arrived last Saturday : one more
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is improving.Owing !:' --Monday: night for the young folks result of more than 30 years' manufacturing :
his Tanlac. the Lord Mes-
morning from Wauchula wherehe May good
,. : to the illness of Rev. T. B. and they had a most enjoyable evening experience-25 years in Florida-careful study ;
) : has been visiting relatives.Mr. the d'y I go tthis medicine, for it way
'. -.\\ rence, Rev T. S. Stark preached I, boiling the peanuts and playing Joe Dowling. of Wauchula, is my salvation.; of crop needs by trained scientists, aced the
A Grace )f. E. church last Sunday games. work .of a nation-wide organization), makes
i !;spending few days with his father- "I got relief from the first bottle! ,
.. 4 t irorning. I :Mr. P. B. Dowling is spending a most quarts with biggest cash difference
in-law, Mr. J. B. Crews. and I began to eat and pick up right! -
The of thi takinp few days in Tallahassee this week. FOR YOU between cost and return. '
farmers vicinity are j net i
'1 :Mr. R. F. Mcnitt was a business from the tart. I am now on my fifty
L i of the showers j Mrs. Howard Spencer, of Punta Make Armour Fertilizer YOUR
f advantage heavy I visitor to Lake Butler last Friday. bottle, and have dually gained bark fertilizer. j
orda; and daughter, :Mrs. Xorwood, Booklets free.Armour.
cf the few and all hands and
past days
; II" ". Graw !: 115 .
\ of.Hampton, will preach :25 pounds, and now weigh pounL;
straw-i j visited Mrs. S. A. Richard last Sun
the cook are busy setting out
p.f the bong! Bridge; school house next It just looked like the more I took the
i day. Mrs. Xorwood was on her "
Urry plants. | way Saturday and Sunday. Everybody invited better I got, and I keep on picking stn! 1,.
The Woman's Club House which isi i if .. her home in Oklahoma.
to attend. every day.
will : Miss Emily! Fussel, of Leesburg,
this arAT1 -
about completed at writing, ,
Mr. C. Hodee and family were the "I went over to the mines yesterday -
.... ;t be dedicated Thursday of this week. i ; here Sunday. She has accepteda Fertilizer Works .
of relatives made to
trusts near Brooker Saturday and arrangements go .
Messrs. Enoch Griffis A. A. Smith position in the school here.
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and Sunday. hack to work. I am strong "'10t'! ) ,
in Tallahassee Mr. H. C. Carver, of Punta Gorda,
g and J. H. Moore are : J
Mrs. J. L. Lavender and baby, an-' walk around wherever I want to po. !
1 ; this business be- | spent Sunday with his .
.1. week transacting parents.Mr. Miss Lena Merritt will leave this weekto something I have not been able to ih
1 fore the railroad commissioners. J. P. Coffin and son, Frances
\ I visit their sister, :Mrs. M. :M. Drakeof for over a year, and that is a fccf.Tar.la : .ArJ710Ur
\ Messrs. 0. L. Thomas and V. R. cf Johr.stown, spent Saturday in town. i
. Raiford. Miss Merritt will attend ? 'mighty nigh' raised mo 'ro-n
i V.eddish; were business visitors to Mr. Coffin stated positively that his
school at Raiford this year.BROOKER. the grave that's just what it itas dine
Jacksonville Thursday. son would be a candidate for con- *
for Me. If you don't believe what:: I

S gress. I .i.r .,6. tC'1J'ou, just ask any of the morn F J
I% "v0000000000000 I Mr. A. B. Shaw, of Alachua, was in 4) ertilizersAre
around mine Xo. 8, and they will all
town Tuesday on business.
,; ;. o tell ycu the fix I was in and how must
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RAIFORD. I I The Bradford County Fair Associa- .
better off I
0 am now.

!r. ; ;. ,.. ,> C OOv nans C> I!> 01Mr. I tion met Tuesday and it was decidedto : .aa 00000 1> ( "Thank Cod; I will soon be able t-t _...
fence the fair grounds and make
; S. J. Knight, of Elarbee, was / Mrs. Roy Godwin and children of earn a iivn.jj; : for my family, ar.i! I will
other improvements. Knight & Wall _ .
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in Raiford on business Saturday. ; Webster, are visiting relatives in this owe it pll to this medicine, Tanlac. I
Hardware Co., of Tampa, are offer
t Hon. A. V. Long States Attorney, place this week. j have just written to a daughter of
I ing a handsome prize to the boys
corn
and Joe Hill Williams, Esq., of StarK: club. I Mr. Lester Pinholster, of Belmore, mine in LaFollette, Tenn., who needsa .

1 were professional visitors here Monday. Mr. R. R. Drake of Santa Fe, was was the guest of his brother, Mr. I. medicine like this, and I want her
j W. Pinholster to take it and get well.
: I II in town Tuesday. i and family last v/eek.

I Mr. J. H. Dowling, of Long Pond Miss Josie Parrish will go to Titus- !! Mr. Marcus E. Cone, of Palmetto, "I don't believe now I ever had pel- You Looking Out

was a business visitor here Saturday. ; vine, where she has accepted POSi- is at the home of his mother for a f\V. lagra, because I never did have any
a
)Ir. J. M. Rosier, of the Evergreen weeks. Irenkirg out of any kind. I don't believe

:, section: was in town Saturday. j tion Miss in the Gladys school.McGee, of Jacksonville Postmaster Collins and son, T. J., I had hookworm, either but -r For No. 1

\ Mr. Will Stallings, of the Rosier motored to Starke last Thursday af whatever it was, this Tanlac has certainly -
i is spending a few days with her
: T'ridge section, was transacting business j parents. ternoon on business. I fixed me. I don't think there

1 here Saturday. j 1 Mr. Mrs. S. W. Johnson of Jacksonville ever was a medicine on earth like the
and Mrs. C. L. Sykes, of Reids-
I Mr. Voly Reddish. of Lawtey. was vas last Tanlac. I will awlays bless the day
t 1 ville, Ga., are the guests of :Mr. and a guest week at the home of
a business visitor to Raiford Monday.Mr. Mrs. P. B. Moring this week. Mr. and Mrs E. L. Crosby. I 1 bought this medicine." :

I A. S. Crosby was in Raiford on ', Misses Mabel and Xita Blair and Miss Eunice Robinson, of Starke? Tarlac is sold exsluslvely[ in Starkeby t
business Monday. visited Miss Edyth Warren heri C. P. Cason; in Lake Butler byTomlinsonMaines -
!i Maud Fralick, of Providence, are at i You ought to be.. Do you know that every dime you .#
Mr. Louis Wilkinson was in town spending few the home at Clayno last week. I i Drug Co.; in Hampton
a days at home of
Monday! lie will soon begin handling 'I. Mr. and Mrs. S. :M. Carver, with their Misses Olga and Thelma Ward ha'-e j by the Hampton Pharmacy; in send out of town for lumber or building materiel )'ou're

cotton here. friend Miss Carrie Beasley.Mrs. I''t.:ned home after spending a week<; i I Lawtey by the Cash Drug Store; in e robbing the community of something that rightfully belongs Q

Messrs. John P. Coffin and son, F. C. Elites and daughter, With relatives in Starke. Raiford by the Weaver Drug Co.; H to it? }
Francis, of Johnstown, were business Prookfr I and R. T. ,
well Worthington by Taylor
the
Frances, of Jacksonville, spent a few was represented at Q Your building material money spent here -help to '
Visitors here Friday. Primitive f. A. Smith, Sampson, Fla-Adv.
iiv with Mrs. Baptist meeting at the Lit-
Capt. R. E. Rose, State Chemist, Misses Clam J. Stewart E. Harper and this week.Elive *le Springs church last Sunday. build good roads, schools, churches, taxes, etc. ;sent out

and his son, Edward, were business Fowler, who have been attending the Miss Edith Crosby is teaching a I Head off That All-Winter Cough. of town it is gone forever-jou never get another whackat

"visitors here Friday. school in Madison, have returned music class at Cooter Pond. I At the first sign of sore throat, it. .

Messrs. N. D. Davis, W. E. Norman home. Dr. L. L. Lamb motored to Hague ,, tight chest or stuffed-up head take a Your dollars spent here go from one merchant to an #

:.!:d R. X. Crawford, of Wateroak, 't Miss Ennie Mae Pogue of Thomas- Station Friday afternoon on prof''?- !| dose of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. other. The lumber dealer pays the grocer-th grocer

were hauling cotton here Friday.Mr. vine, Ala., arrived sional business. The healing pine tar, soothing honey pays the butcher-the butcher hands it to the Hardware t

W. R. Rosier, of Elarbee, was "barge of the music Saturday department to take in Tlerenn be services at the Mi-.- I!,[ and glycerine quickly relieve the congestion : J man-and finally it finds itsway to the farmer '-gain to # ___'

hauling cotton here to the Andrews the school. siorary Baptist church next Friday: ; loosen the phlegm and breakup pay for his produce. : '. }

jrn-.ery Saturday. j I 1 I :Miss Maud Hunter has just return- right Sept. 15th, conducted! by Rev. ]I your cold. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar I That's looking out for Xo. 1! You are looking out for J :

Mr. J. M. Futch, of Elarbee, was 'd from a most pleasant visit with U. Y. Egerton, of Fletcher. Everybody '! Honey has all the benefits of the healing I the "other fellow" when you buy out of town i

{ !erirg cotton in Raiford Saturday.Mr. '-.e-ds in Brooker. invited to come. aroma from a pine forest, it is @
We can give just stock and Ia
you as good as :good prices {
D. L. Griffin, of Johnstown, was I pleasant to take and antiseptic. The 1
as any not of town concern, quality and freight charges fi
i Vauling cotton to the Andrews gin- Sympathy.That formula on the botfll tells why it relieves -
Electric Light Plant considered.
reiy here Saturday.Dr. Assured. man haa the widest Infiuenc coughs and cords. At your druggist
It is
R. J. Greene and Messrs. A. probable that the electric light who hat the J.'if
deepest sympathy, forJiea 25 cents. ((2))
Jores, Walter Graham, J. H. Den- "lrnt will be installed here real soon. open their hearts to sympathy i Quigley Luifiber Supply Co.
The
council
I r-ark. Earl and W. C. Whitten, Clar- t city met in regular ses- M flowers open to the sun Sal{ Ancient Almanacs. .

I '-ce and Herbert Ritch, attended the till Qufcim nat-Don-- Not Affect Tit HIM Emerson: -"Its good to give a Almanacs are in existence that were r4 "The Happy Home Builder Ir
l : -" game in Lake City Friday. Becinse of Its tonic and lantin erect, LAXA stranger a meal or a night's lodging. compiled In the eleventh century but :

J. Hampton Jones, of Callahan, was TIVE 9-rpine BR0MOQUIXI.NEW.a.d does not ctus tterthll1 Fervonne rdiDlf7 nor -Tla tetter 10 De hospitable to his good I they are In manuscript; the first print: .t1

visitor! to Raiford Wednesday. 'I"4. n,s (ii hend. RfmemVi the lr!! oi-ne "nj meaning and thought, and gin com ed almanac was Issued about the year
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