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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 22, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME====38.= STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPT. 22, 1916. NUMBER 12.y *?

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STRAWBERRY SHIPPING RATES ATTEMPTS SUICIDESUNDAY- FIGHT NEAR THE PUBLISHER MAY BE SUED FOR LIBEL &fl


CITYSATURDAYAVERY
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CHARGES BROUGHT BY W. S. MURROW, STATE AUDITOR, ; ,+
PRESENT RATES SHOWN BY THE
, MANY DISCEPRANCIES IN AND M. P. HUNTER, COUNTY CLERK. 4

.: HEARING AT TALLAHASSEE. TIMELY INTERFERENCE BY HANKINSON SHOT
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WIFE PREVENTED THE ACT LAWRENCE GREEN IN LEG '
THEY DENY TAMPERING WITH BALLOTS
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; CARLOAD FREIGHT RATE
PRESENT Tired of Life on Account of Uncon- Green Alleged to Hate Acted Improp
LOCAL EDITOR GETS IN "HOT WATER"J.
: HIGHER THAN PACKAGE EXPRESS RATE genial Marriage, Cause of Attempt erly in Hankinson's Home-

of Own Life. Wounds Not Serious. '.

I C. Barton of Jasper, Held Under $500 Bond For Perjury'ti

I Starke-Lawtey Representatives Return Home Convinced That An attempt at suicide took place a Saturday evening Avery Hankin- Witness Swore He Saw Hunter and Murrow Tampering -
t Relief Will Be Given by Interstate Commerce Com- short distance east of Starke Sunday i son, colored, who delivers groceriesfor ,
afternoon which proved nearly fatal, :Mr. J. F. Kickliter, got anotherman With Ballots, When in Reality Murrow P
Commission Making Vigorous
I mission-State and may yet cause death. It spreada to do his work so that he could Was Auditing Clerk's Books.
1 Fight for Berry Growers. gloom over our community as such attend the Knights of Pythias lodgein
events always do. Lincoln City, and went home south-

t Joseph Brown, a young man, some I east of town, to change his clothes.On TALLAHASSEE.. Sept.. .19.-Today's sensation in the Catfc-Knott; gubernatorcal -
} Messrs. J. M. Truby, Enoch Griffis, A. A. Smith, J. II. :Moore, N. B. Hull three or four years ago, married Miss his arrival he found Lawrence proceedings, which have taken the form of an attempt to force the
and E. S. Matthews, who represented the Bradfoid county strawberry growers Kate lIaislop, daughter of Mr.: F. C.l,Green, a young colored man living in state canvassing board to recanvass the returns of the primary June 6, was
at a hearing before the Interstate Commerce Commission held in Tallahassee Haislop, a well known veteran of the I Lincoln City, there with his (Han the arrest on a charge, of perjury of J. C. Barton,.of Jasper, Hamilton county, '
last week, are back home and without exception are convinced that a changefor Civil war. The union proved not a I kinson's) wife, and his actions seemedto who swore yesterday that on the night of June 17, between 10 and 11 o'clock, ;'
the better in the matter of transportation will result from the hearing.The happy one, and :Mr. and Mrs. Brown indicate that he had come with he saw W. Murrow: and M. P. Hunter in. the courthouse at Jasper, making +
hearing began Thursday morning at 11 o'clock and closed for the time -'narated about a year ago, she moving -I criminal intentions. Hankinson immediately changes, as he supposed, in the vote of June 6th. :Murrow is auditor of county
.' being Saturday night about 8:30. Another witness is to be examined in New with her baby to the home of her came to his wife's defense finances, employed in the office of State Comptroller Knott, and Hunter is
Orleans tomorrow and the case will be left open for the testimony of a couple parents a short distance east of Starke' and ordered Green out of the house. !I clerk of the court of Hamilton county.
; of witnesses from New York, which it is expected to take in Washington about -midway between the Kingsley and This gave rise to high words and a I I Neither Mr. Knott nor his attorneys are connected with the case aguinst .
.: November 1st. The witness to be examined in New Orleans tomorrow is C. the Bessent roads. Mr. Brown had scuffle began. Hankinson grabbed his Barton, who is charged with perjury. The charge is made by Messrs. Mur: s
L Campbell, formerly traffic manager of the American Express Company, but been in Jacksonville of late, but paid a revolver from the table and fired at row and Hunter. Barton was released on $500 bond, which was made ui; by ;
now manager for the Independence Growers Association. The New York wit- visit to his wife Sunday at her home. I Green three times, two of the balls four Jasper men, and Barton waived a preliminary examination this morningand
,: nqsses are well known commission merchants who have had large experiencein lie had importuned her to come and taking effect, striking the latter in the his case will come up in circuit court of this county on November 27.
handling Florida strawberries.One live with him again, which she had re- upper part of the leg. A Mr. Knowles from Jasper testified yesterday to much the same state of !
of the principal disceprancies in the present rate on strawberrieswas fused. When he left his wife accom- Sheriff Denmark got word of the facts as did Barton with the exception that he thought the dale was the 4th.
shown to be that the less than car load express rate is 4 cents per hun- panied him a short distance, and it is fracas and went out to the scene of the "However, he swore that he did not know and could not tell whether the two $ i
dred weight lower than the car load freight rate, exclusive of refrigeration supposed he renewed his importunations -I disturbance and arrested both Hankinson men he saw in the courthouse were working on ballot boxes and ballots or
charges. The refrigeration charge is, of course, a separate and distinct mat- for a reunion while she was firm and Green and put them in jail. something. else. No warrant was made against him today.
ter and goes to the refrigeration company. in her refusal, when he suddenly drew I The latter is not seriously hurt, yet Murrow and Hunter went on the stand after Barton and Knowles had fin-
: Another strong point in favor of a revision of the rate is that the Inter- his pocket knife and with a small, painfully, and a hearing before Judge ished their testimony yesterday and swore they were busy on the regular audit .,
,; state Commerce Commission is already on record as having expressed the sharp-pointed blade stabbed himselfin I Gardiner was put off until Green could of. the. .office. which it is Murrow's. duty to make of all the off.ces of county '
opinion that $270 would be a fair earning per car for both freight and refrig- the breast. His wife then seized his appear before the court. Meanwhile clerks in the state. --or
eration, whereas the present rate of $1.80 per crate to New York, on a mini- arms with all the strength she was I Hankinson ,vas released upon a bond They swore that then were adding r m ,
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mum_ car of. .175_ crates, yields. a total _________ capable of, while she franti catty of $500) and Green on a $300 bond. nachines slips and receipt blanks on I'.
of F31a: ; or $45 in excess of the amount'fixed 'I screamed for help. Her parents heard I The above account is substantially CATTS' WITNESS t he table at which they were working, tl I
by the Commission asl fair VILLA'S STIRRING her cries and ran to the scene as fastas as given by Hankinson. Further par- but nothing that in any further way 4
taming. ticulars will be revealed at the trial. denied I.
they were able, and succeeded in resembled ballots, ard that the
Still another disceprancy in the |''I. taking the knife away from the unfor- II UNDER ARREST ]allot boxes were in the room or that I
present rate was.shown to have creptin !I ACTIVELY AGAINi tunate man, while he begged them to : PETITE CARNIVAL TONIGHT.Come hey had anything to do with the bal- r-
through a revision of the rate nude 1 let him complete his work, as he did !ots. The testimony of both men was i'I ,.
.. some years ago. At that time the i not wish to live. lie was bleeding pro- i out and see the big attractions t to the effect that on the night of June I I
carload minimum was fixed at 100 fusely and was brought back to the i at the Petite Carnival tonight.The Man Who Swore to Ballot Tam- ]17th they were working on the audit {rand .
crates; and the rate to New York was Funston Wouldn't Bei Haislop home. I most stupendous array of marvelous pering is Held under Bond : on nothing else others wer in tithe
$2.56 per crate, or a total of $' 5( per i I! Surprised if Carranza's As soon as possible Dr. A. II. Freeman sights that the Starke people have : room with them part of the time 1\\ '
car. Complaint was made to the rail- I was sent for. The doctor found .I. ever had the opportunity to witness. I II on Perjury Charge. and they testified that the ballot lion- I. '. .
roads of this excessive rate and they ;, Line is Pierced. 'hat the knife had penetrated the I| Following are some of the splendid 4?s were not in the room at all. but I. '
\ promulgated a new rate of SI.80 per flesh on the left side of the chest just attractions: I'I'I TALLAHASSEE, Sept. 19.-The ]locked up in the supervisor's office. \ ''t
crate to New York, but raised the CHIHUAHUA CITY, Sept. !below the heart. The wound was I Barney, the Wonderful Horse; The : sensation here today in the Catts- On cross-examination AttorneyFlourney \ 1
minimum load to 200 crates. This Revolutionary attacks were made O'-I dressed and will not prove fatal un- I Fortune Teller: The Coney Island Knott gubernatorial contest proceedings attempted to impeach the 1 I i
manipulation lowered the per crate Guadalajara, Tampico and Vera 1 %"s blood poisoning should take place.At 1 Coon; The Fat Lady; The Lean Lady; was the arrest last night of J. 1 1'I testimony of Murrnw by asking hits \ t.....,
rate but at the same time increasedthe on September Hi, simultaneously with I, this writing: the pateient is resting The Japanese! Tent; A Tent of Abori- C. Barton, of Hamilton county, who I certain questions with regard to where Ii, ..e:
car earning from $25fi/ to $:WO. Villa's Hidalgo Day attack upon this I I easy. gines. 'I testified yesterday afternoon that on I he was and what he was doing on the :::11
This meant that on a movement of city, according to reports received|i All the actors in this carnival are I the night of June 17, he had seen W. I dates prior to beginning his official 1 !
50,000 crates the carriers would move here today by General Trevino. No WELL EO.riPPEI) FARM. composed of home talent, and the proceeds S. Murrow and :M. P. Hunter in the audit at Jasp r. This question was '
just one-half the number of cars, butwould : details were received. will go into the treasury of the !: courthouse at Jasper with ballots and objected to by Attorney Adam, !but : {!i.
receive about 73 per cent of th", < General Trevino today announced One of the best equipped farms in Presbyterian Ladies Aid. Ice cream, :; !boxes, making changes, as he believed when Mr. Flotirrey explained) his purpose I :
revenue that they received under the, a revised list of the casualties! in Sat- South Florida is the Sunny Side Farm ccke: sandwiches, coffee, and home-!I j in the vote of June 6. h' was permitted i b.,the co-irt to ,r '\f.:'.
old minimum of 100 crates to the cirThe urday's engagement here. The g- saving to the shipper was entirelyat losses in killed and woundedhe is owned and operated by Newman Remember the time and the place- and is employed by the state comptroller the witwss said he helped the f'
the expense of service, because ex placed at fifty-three, while the Villa Bros., and they now have a large sup- tonight on the lawn surrounding Mr. :I while Hunter is clerk of the court county canvassing loan! tally the returns .
perience has fully demonstrated that t; casualties he estimated! at between ply of Missionary strawberry plants and Mrs.: J. R. Davis' residence, N. for Hamilton county. Mr. Knott, nor of the county and after the fI'I I.
the refrigeration with the larger loadis I I 200 r.nd 250;) i including ninety-four ready for shipment.-Fruit and Produce Walnut street. his attorneys, are connected with the turns were sent in to the state canvassing -
not nearly as effective as with the prisoners taken and executed. He asserted I .Journal. arrest of Barton, the warrant having board he went back to tne ,
smaller load. that he had learned from cap'I'S \ The Messrs. Newman formerly liv- The colored band Will' play at the been sworn out by Murrow and Hun- county judge and asked him to let i
Later, in 1908, the Interstate Commerce ''\ that bandits, who are reported to pd in Stprkp! and have many friends Carnival tonight: and do so as a free ter. The charge on which Barton is him see the tally Shff'tThe judge
Commission on application of: be: organizing in the Sierra de la Silla, here who will be pleased to know that will offering to the Presbyterian arrested is perjury. He was releasedon told him he did not think he had aright ,
the shippers, ordered a reduction of f.have,: with them about 150 wounded, they are prospering, at Plant City. I church.COUNHRETURNSORDER. $500 bond, made returnable before to do that, but finally consented. i
- the minimum car load to 175 crates at I who have neither medical attention. or county judge here next Saturday. The witness said he checked them over
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the same per crate rate. This reduced medical supplies. Knowles, who was called to corro- again and found an error of eleven! 1
the car earning from $360 to $315\\ Government patrols are operating MABISON borate the testimony of Barton, is not votes though the error was against I
which amount is still $45 more everywhere within a radius of ten molested by the warrant charging per- Knott and if it had been corrected '\
than in the opinion of the Commission' miles of the city. While it is not gen- jury, for KnoAles swore that he did would have given him eleven votes 4
is a fair earning per car. At the time erally believed that Villa will soon PROCEEDINGS not know whether they were ballots less. ,
I '. this change in the minimum load was make another attack, orders have been ED STRICKEN FROM and boxes Murrow and Hunter were Much Feeling Over Matter-
: made the Commission expressed the i issued to take every precaution, artil- working. on or not, and. t.esides ,he con There is considerable feeling over
opinion that the strawberry rate from lery having been mounted in the hills tradicted Barton as to the date on I the matter here between local peopleand
I Florida was too high, but declined to I and heavy outposts being maintained. Mr. Knott Stated He Was Un- turn during the afternoon proceedingswhen which they passer the courthouse and : between the hordes of witnesses 1 ,
filed
for Mr. Knott a
interfere with it, because the shippers Statements were issued at the com- counsel these in there.SISTER'S who are here for one side or the other.Murrow's .
I had willing to Accept Any Votes motion to strike Madison from the saw men
asked I'
only for a reduction of the mandancia today denying border reports counsel are investigatingthe
I minimum load at the rate of $1.80 that Villa had made a second at- Carrying Slightest Taint. contest proceedings. If the amended advisability of starting a criminal i
per crate. The shippers who made this tack upon the town yesterday and that returns from Madison county are eli- libel suit against Milton Smith, pub
nolication were convinced that the there had been defection in the garrison. minated from the amended canvass DEATH i lisher of the Tallahassee Daily Record
0 safe carriage of the fruit demanded a It was also said that no armsor GUBERNATORIAL CONTEST before the state canvassing board, according -,I -which printed a story today that s
lowering of the load and for fear of ammunition were seized at the Hi- TOOK INTERESTING TURNi ( to the figures by Attorney hinted at a Knott office employe haying j
defeating this concession did not ask! dalgo Day engagement and that the i Adams, Mr. Knott will have lead over i!!; HALTS WILSON'SSPEAKINGTOUR; tampered with the Hamilton coun- .
for a lowering of the rate. forces from the Catts of twenty-four votes. I ballots. ;
.. government captured i Knott Still Leads Catts by 24 Votes- ty
i n view or these circumstances it is bandits a quantity of high-powered rifles :Mr. Knott's gains in the recounts of Murrow and Smith in the presenceof '
i regarded as almost certain that thenearing and cartridges, which apparentlyhad Canvassing Board Must Now Show all the counties is 457. His gain on I'' a number of witnesses had a heated : '
will result in a lowering of the been manufactured in the United i Cause Why it Still Refuses to Re- recount in Madison county was 173; I personal encounter, and it was feared :
for he present sen-ice. Regard"K Mates. I canvass Amended ReturnsFailureto deducting the Madison county gain I they might come to Mows. : 1
;"K the inauguration, of express refrigerator Announcement was made of a report Show Cause Will Give Knott the leaves a gain of 284 votes. DeductingMr. LONG BRANCH, N. J., Sept. 17.- The court is still eominin? witnesses I ,
car service the ground does from Gen. Hilario Rodriguez in San I Nomination For Governor. Catts' lead of 260 as shown by the Cancelling\ all engagements for the in the case, both sides apparently I'i
"ot seem so certain. This involves a Fartolo, Durango, saying that the returns on June 26, leaves Mr. Knott :! first part of this week, President Wilson -, being supplied with plenty of them. : t
! Very radical change in railway opt'raI' campaign, against the remnants of the j: in the lead twenty-four votes. Again made plans for leaving for Columbia -I Several witnesses from Hamilton t
tion and the carriers are making ai I II anuto Reyes band in that section had I j TALLAHASSEE, Sept. 19-Follow- on recount of fifty two votes for :\Ir.1 of county were examined in the recount \ .I
S. C. to attend the funeral
.. strong fight against it. It also in- been completed and that only a small ing a motion by Attorney Thomas B. Krott in Hamilton county is involvedso i proceedings this morning, but no noteworthy I .
I :! wolves the question of the Commis- | *-rce under :Margarito Salinas remains ': Adams to strike :Madison county re- the biggest slice comes off in elim- his sister, Mrs. Anna Howe, who died developments in the affair had .
; .' S'I'S power to require specific equipwhich in the field. turns from the mandamus proceedings 'nating Madison county.Respondent I yesterday morning' in New London, occurred up to the noon recess of the ,
i'. ;' 'rent. is now before the su-i brought by W. V. Knott in the i Rested' I I Conn. i court. r
I 14I i preme court of the United States. I!I LEANS LOSE TO F.\TS. I!; gubernatorial contest, the supreme At the convening of the court this The president had planned to speak I No ballot boxes of any county have I I"

a,i With the testimony of Mr. Campbell, !, The game scheduled for yesterday court here today handed down a per- afternoon, W. W. Flournoy, counselfor at St. Louis Wednesday, but arranged yet been permitted to be opened. The .o'
1 |j* taken at New Orleans tomorrow, afternoon between the "Leans" and emptory writ to the state canvassing the canvassing board, said that re- with Secretary Baker to take hi* examination of witnesses is rather
:. is expected that a strong showing "Fats" resulted in a splendid displayof board to convene and recanvass the spordents rested as to Hamilton and nlace. He expects to fill his speaking tedious, and the case is proceeding: ;
I, : '' *ill be made in favor of this class of baseball tactics and a score of 16 amended returns from the various "'riison counties, with the suggestionthat engagements before the National slowly.
'i. I transportation for the carriage of to 10 in favor of the "Fats." counties in which Mr. Knott brought written evidences before him were Grain Dealers Association in Balti- -t
1_;s ..strawberries to distant markets. Prac- proceedings for a recount. If this is ufficient to justify making same alle- I FLORIDA STATE COLEGE l I.
.i. .wcally) all sections of the country, ex- through their attorney, Hon. Don C. done Mr. Knott will receive the dem- gations as to Suwannee county; that more September resident will 25. oin the funeral TALLAHASSEE, Sept. 21.The
,., apt that covered by the Southern Express McMullen, are making a strong fight ocratic nomination for governor. The **-e witnesses had not arrived, that is, The .. Columbia Florida State College for Women
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J; Company now have this class for the berry growers of the state and writ is returnable tomorrow morningat all of them and he would ask no delay its regular session for the fall
the First Pres- opened
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Ai of transportation, but it has been voluntarily nothing will be left undone in the effort 10 o'clock. but that, if the relators took up :rvices will be held term 1916-17 Wednesday morning at
: I Kvt"5an church and the burial will be
inaugurated by the carriers. to secure an improvement in the Took Decided' TurnI -- 9 o'clock with a record-breaking at'i' y
,,1- The Florida Railroad Commission, transportation conditions. I The case took the decidedly new (Continued on page 5.) in the graveyard adjacent. I
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_PAGE TWO BRADFORD COI"fY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA FIUD.\Y, SEPTEMBER 22, :

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: .i' ;: AMERICAN SHIPMENTS NEW DREADED BRITISH MACHINES PROHIBITION formation folks who with can names supply and more.addressesof I Division sideration, recomrrends the Indian for Run your er )Cf14.'

e. i'} Still you have not decided which From 200 to 250 eggs a bird i ii iat


il I L.r'. TO HOLLANDMUSTSTOP- j MADE IN THE U. S. FOR FARM WORK ADOPTS TICKET the breed best will meat.supply In the other most words eggs you and is an properly uncommon the handled.average The when eggs the!art'8
have been looking for a dual purpose cepted in markets in place of Wepps.
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I I animal. This discussion is meant to Bakerus find ready USe fGt

I i : Implements of Agriculture, Immense UNCLE SAM COMPLETES FOR NOVEMBERFRANCIS add just a littlet more to your store them. Two duck eggs are IUPPGlei!

; GREAT WIRELESS PLANT of advice upon the best breed. Per- to be worth three hen eggs in faoie!

p, 1 Caterpillar Tractors, I haps you have been asking about, value and for cooking.The .

GREAT BRITAIN WILL DECLINE Turned to War's Uses. P. COFFIN FOR chickens. Well, here is somethingthat hen reaches her meximnnj m.
San Diego Station Another Linkin will beat the average hen all hcl- duction about thj second year. j..

}i'' .. 'I TO GRANT LETTERS CONGRESS AGAINST CLARK low in production and will make dian Runners retain their normal
Chain Connecting Phil- egg I prj.
t .1 CRAWLS OVER DITCHES AS
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k2. duction t( seven or eight
I the choicest meat that can be produced I up y yen.
ij ; I" Of Assurance for American Shipments EASILY AS ON THE ROAD ippines With Washington j Convention. Held in Jacksonville Last in the back yard. : They are hardy and are seldom toft
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I ?I ; Destined for Scandinavia-Applies ,i Week by Crowd Known as "The A! P. Spencer, district agent for I ered by disease and parasites.

I I to Certain Articles. British Purchased 1,000 Tractors, Armor The third of five links in the long-I' Prohis. of Florida." the University of Florida Extension I I Read the Telegraph!

i est chain in the 'orlJ-from ___ __ .
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t I i WASHINGTON, Sept. 13.-Dispatches -Soldiers Call These "Land Battle Panama Canal-has just been completed i i, JACKSONVILLE, Sept. 15.-Prohibitionists )OOC< ?OO<> >OOI <

l I from London, evidently delayed ships" the "Tanks"-Were Formerly at San Diego, Cal. i, Tuesday prepared their fight

!: 1 until accompanied today by explanations Used to Tow Big Guns. The chain is the Navy's and the upon Representative Clark of the sec- I

i from Lord Robert Cecil, Minister links are wireless stations that will ond district, when the second convention THE BUSINESS OF THE WORLD

.. Trade considerable assembled in the Patriotic Order
: of War caused enable United States fleets all o'er'he
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':! comment here by renouncing theIr WASHINGTON{ Sept. 18. The world to keep in touch with Wash- Sons of America hall, nominated Mr.
:Ir : i British "tanks", the armored motorcars Francis P. Coffin the Bradford
: American shipments to Holland would county I
ington without the aid of carrier pigeons -
: j l>e stopped. In addition to this Great used in recent assaults on Ger- mails or prestidigitation. j school teacher and farmer, and for- Progressive individuals realize the advantage of

,1 [ ) Britain will decline to. grant. lettersi I man successfully trenches as in to Northern attract world-wide France so San Diego's: link consists of three merly attache Men's of the Jacksonville methods the time money and worry-saving
Young : Christian Association.
i- assurance lor American
snipmenia owers each GOO feet high. will
/S r I tention, were built for the most partat They of which have been fully tested and .
destined for Scandinavia. connect with the two stations already I Inworking The convention also endorsed the 2 values
l'eor Ill., as caterpillar tractors,
i According to delayed London dis- designed f1' before the war i : order at Arlington, Va., I platform adopted by the first meetinghe
many years proven.
; patches this is the British plan of near Washington, and in the Canal platform adopted by the national
began to meet some of the difficult I
;; i rationing the neutral countries of Xor- Zone, halfway between the canal's Atlantic 'convention in St. Paul, and nominated
of modern Except
p.- 1 j j way, Sweden, Denmark and Holland problems for the armor, their farming.machine gun- .. and Pacific. terminals. and with'' 'other candidates to form a state tick That is the reason nine-tenths of the business of the

i under which plan no further licenses in1?' et.
proposed nuge station at Pearl
and their thousands like them
I i crews world is transacted by check.
t I will be granted, for the present t> Harbor, Honolulu. The Honolulu sta- I The meeting was attended by a
are in use today in the United States, 1
I British exporters. This plan has now in plowing, digging ditches and other tion will connect the Philippines with number of representative prohibitionists -

'1 f i i been applied to the United States. labors less heroic than war. the United States. and was called to order by JohnP. To save time avoid annoyance register profit and'\

I I' Neutral diplomats 1 in London believer I The San Diego radio cost Uncle Sam Coffin, father of the second district
:M. M. Baker of the
vice-president
I that two reasons induced Great Britt $250,000. congressional chairman. Charlotte R. create prestige handle money malters
Holt Manufacturing Company, explained
I': ain to adopt this plan. The first is When the wireless chain is completethe I Coffin was designated as secretary.In .
Account with this
here today that it was ma- through a Checking Insti-
I I its simplicity, which enables the go-- United States will be far ahead of reaffirming(' already adopted
'hines made by his company at its
I ernment to control supplies at their Peoria plant that had hurdled German .I all other nations in this respect. platform of the party, which it was tution.

f r;. source, and second, because of the trenches, walked through forests and The formal opening of the big radio : voted to call in future""The Prohibi-

: neutral's bills for demurrage on ships. station at San Diego will take place tionists of Florida," the resolutions declare -
crawled shell the
1 I over craters in face
taken to Kirkwall. I' later, possibly not before Dec. 1, when
it be
J to "a Etrongwise and able
of intense rifle and machine fire.
j gun
Lord Cecil, in his explanation, said the first messages will be sent out to 'I document and fully covering the needs Bank f Starve
t "We have sold about 1,000 cater- the '
world
i tha tthe orders applied only to certain by the proprietor, Uncle 'of the day, and also a platform truly
I pillar tractors to the British
,. II ; prohibited articles and not to trade government Sam.A. democratic in its planks and can be
said :\11'. Baker. "We have had
,
.
'! : I in general. He said the neutrals in force of twenty operators will be endorsed by any party which has the Starke Florida
nothing to do with putting armor on :-:
I seven months have already received on duty at the station. The equip- welfare of the people at heart." I
I them, or placing machine guns, buts ment provides for the
j I. years, of supplies! in certain articles, reception and Relative to the national platform it
dispatch of
messages at the same 00<)4GOOOOOCiXSpeaking >OC.
therefore it was not logical to
f stop recently were notified that the time. The flashes will travel says: "It is the opinion of this con-
: the British' export of these articles practically vention that the said platform is wise,
British
government: intended to armor !
around the earth at the of
and let America continue to send speed
bread and statesmanlike, and that it is
some of the tractors and use them light. I'

f" I them..In the absence of- information. here for work other than the usual towingof : Lieut. J. M. Ashley of the Navy will truly ment."democratic in its pronounce

'. big guns. be in command at San Diego.
officials how
know
do
not heavily the
:- |I "Germany had some of these trac- The resolution also pet forth the

.:' American exporters will suffer, but I tors before the war l began: and al- fact that the party polled less than five of
steps to get information have been ..1 OUR COURTS
j j though I do not understand just howi per cent of the votes cast in Floridain

i taken by the State Department, which i it occurred, I believe she may have I s the last general election, and, according -

has called today's news dispatches to : got others since then. We have sent When thugs begin to curse the courts to members in attendance it Crop ProfitNet

a the attention of the British embassy. | some to France and some to Russia. I -the bulwark of the land, I is the intention of the adherents to I

Views are expressed that the order So far as I know, up until the recent I Then it is time all decent men should seek to increase the vote in the next

-.$ 9 seriously American trade complicates controversy.the British pppearance of the armored cars the at "Attention!" stand. balloting. Return .25c

I tractors were used to tow big guns. I I Relative to the eelection of nominees Cost to Produce .8c .:

J.tl11'HOLES.ILERS understand that Germany used about With shame I say ten thousand men! fo rthe party in the general elec- --
WILL
BUY
BLACK-EYED forty of them in their work before within our state alone tion in November, the document says: Your NET PROFIT .17c
PEAS. in the Have aid! "to hell" with all our
I Liege early war and recent "Resolved, That in accordance with

f b -wholesale itish photographs show that they courts which have true justice said selections of said executive committee You grow crops for net profit. A s.oooquartcrop
TJ 4 t Jacksonville merchants shown.
of them
are using some for the
same aforesaid this convention hereby grown on ONE acre costs less
t \ care agreed to handle the Florida crop r per
sr purpose. I, nominates candidates to be voted and makes
, quart more net profit than 2,000
i of black-eyed peas to encourage the I :Mr. Baker said he did not know how [ Great Kaiser Bill no court regards;
I I for in general election of November TWO
t our quarts grown on acres; you know that.
I growers Of this particular crop. The of the ',I no court sapower's I
many 1,000 tractors sent to' arm;
7, A. D. 1916 follows Good commercial fertilizer
as
: used
tightly ,
trouble with with the .Florida-grown England had been armored and put in No court in Belgium's fate was seen, i

.1 I crop has been in the crude way it has I service as "land battleships," nor did which gave the world alarm. I Park Trammell for United States usually makes the difference between 1,000

; i Pin handled, and its subsequent deF he know what equipment the British senator. ct'rts. or less, and 2,000 quarts, or more, per

I !I struction weevils it is said. No II. J. Drane for acre-the fertilizer cuts down what each quart
by .. War Office had placed upon cars to be court to Jesse; James was knownno representative from
1 The Consolidated Grocery Company used in this work. court for Robert Ford; the First Congressional district of the costs you !

I. i gives out the information that the Can Go Anywhere."It The only court that ruffians greet is state of Florida. The better your fertilizer, the more quarts

;, dealers here will be glad to handle the is true" said Mr. Baker, "that pistol shot or sword. I I Francis P. Coffin for representative you get from each acre and the less each

home-grown products if it is properly j I these tractors can go ahead over almost I. from the Second conlgressional districtof _..?. costs, you. Armour Fertilizer, (the

prepared, as about $100,000 is paid anything. They can straddle a Shall we submit our courts into the the state of Florida. result of more than 30 years' manufacturing

1 '"t annually to California growers of (I trench, go through a swamp, roll over lawless, wicked handsOf I Walter Kehoe as representativefrom I experience-25 years in Florida--careful study .

blackeye peas by Florida dealers, and >I logs, or climb through shell craters. expert shots who tell us how they the Third congressional districtof of crop needs by trained scientists, and the

it is the desire of local wholesale I, It looks uncanny to see them crawl "shoot up" sardine cans? the state of Florida. work of a nation-wide organization), makts
dealers to this
keep at home.
money I along: the ground, just like a huge W. J. Sears as representative from most quarts with biggest cash difference
The Florida crop is estimated to be caterpillar. In thick if No court would take ten thousand men
forest
I I a they the Fourth congressional district of FOR YOU between cost and net return.
worth about
f $50,000 annually, but encounter trees could brush with badges or with guns
I they not the state of Florida. Make Armour Fertilizer YOUR
much of this is lost on account of it out of their could And seat a bizot governor to humble fertilizer.
,
way they easily Sidney J. Catts for! governor of the Booklets free.Armour.
not being properly cured. Florida j uproot them and clear their own Florida's sons. state of Florida.
i farmers are at a great disadvantage "
paths. II. Clay Crawford for secretary of '
t ; h not having access to dry kilns for | :Mr. Baker said the tractors sent to Our daughters, too, no court would state of the state of Florida.
:
curing peas and other like crops, but England weigh about 18,000 pounds dare to slander or abuse Ernest Amos for comptroller of the
}
; a plant has recently been establishedat each, develop 120 horsepower and are Because hygiene had planned their state of Florida.J. Fertilizer Works

:. Gainesville by Williamson and Den- built of steel. The caterpillar feature, skirts somewhat above their C. Luning for state treasurer of Jacksonville

: ns for this work and they are now he explained is of the utmost importance. knees. the state of Florida. Fla. ,

Innd1inglarge shipments of Florida Speaking broadly, the tractor W. X. Sheats for state superintendent 1 >'

Fc i! products that require this treatment crawls on two belts with corrugated Thank God! we have true manhood I.. of public! instruction of the state
1
efore being marketed. surfaces, on either side of the. body. yet who honor all our laws of Florida. ,1rlnourF'Iertilizers

Peas are at present costing(' broker The corrugated surface is on the And uphold old decisions of our courts William A. McRae for commissionerof .,

t' $2.75 per bushel, and at this price ground. On the inside of the belts, on made in the people's cause. agriculture for the state of Flor

owers can make a good profit. Flor either side of the body, are two lines D. F. MCDONALD.Lake ida.

y' I I Butler, Fla. I _. u_
of steel rails, makingfour lines inau.
peagrow _II .... 'L t I Thomas F. West for attorney gen-
t ; inese rails are in snort sections, eral of the state of Florida.
i little expense and several crops a year I jointed and operate over a cogged Changing Seasons Bring Cold Jefferson B. Browne for justice of I
can be produced. The wholesalers
and
brokers mechanism that actually lays them Stuffed-up head clogged-up nose, the supreme court of the state of Flor-
.
want to stress the far.i
upon down with their belt attachment as tight chest, sore throat, are sure signs ida. -

--S that they must know how to dispose the tractor moves ahead and picks of cold and Dr. Kings New Discoveryis Fred W. Butler for justice of the :=.---'.
their products i if they want tosecure ..:..
them rp again so that the car runs sure relief. A dose of this combination supreme court of the state of Florida! .
A
fair
a price. They must learn ..
on its self-made track
: how own contimiou.sly. of antiseptic balsams soothesthe Presidential electors nominated are
to clean
grade and pack their .
stuff. The short joints in the rails irritated membrane, clears the as follows. Washington Clark, Ernest i

t Another difficulty make it easy to turn to the right or head loosens the phlegm, you breathe Thornquist, Joseph A. Lucas, W '
experienced the
by
'"i-al dealers is the small quantities left.The easier and realize your cold is broken -I' R.: r'ryan, Wesley: C. Richards, L. M. HULL'S DEPARTMENT ,
body is supported by trucks
up. Treat a cold persistently; Ste\fcns.:
any one product shipped them. If
with five wheels like
something rail
half-way
measures
are not completeand
the same could be handled in large STORE
quantities the road trucks. leave a lingering cough. Take INDIAN RUNNER: DUCKS GOOD .
shipper and dealer
flow They Crawl I her a Trench Dr. King's New Discovery until L.U ERS. ,
i your
would both
pet better results.DEI'TSCIIL.tNO'S .
I These wheels never touch the groundbut t-oi'gh is gone. For 47 years the favorite ---- Neither Catts or Knott have affected our busi ;f'::'
run upon the steel rails. In the remedy for old. At If
DEEDS young and you are an experiencel) poultry-
)i WORLD'S l LARGEST BOOK.FILLED 1(ordinary tractor about seven feet of your druggist/ 50c. ((3)) I man and loaded with stores of poultry ness. We have a fine grocery trade and have fine.-.

I belt and rails is on the ground at one knowledge this discussion will not groceries. We sell for cash. We have a good line .;
---- time.11'.
I I The exploits of the Peutschland chine would Baker bridge said that trench the that ma- I less than that of the foot of either he of interest *o you. You have your of Furniture, Hardware, Crockery and Glassware! "1
any man or horse. He suggested that the prejudices and have
I you already made
j Germany's submarine* that completeda was not wider than the length of the British authorities probably had now UD your n:"d about the l best: breedsof Feeds, Fertilizers, A Solid Car of Phoslime (Soft -j
a voyage across the Atlantic, will be track it .
laid
the
n..hl down to posterity in the largest time. The "bow"on might ground hit the at one far used lengthened in tl1'nch01 the track k on the tractors fowls. Therefore it would be a Phosphate and Lime) put up in 100 pound white! _.
giving
j them evengreater waste of time and waste of
book in the world. This unique side of the trench far below the top. power to surmount obstacles. space for you a to read it.newspaper It is- sacks, Get our Prices. Brick and Lime, Paits, Oils,
volume is the
size of .
ard the.tern"
grand
a pianoand
would
undoubtedly saga "We'been making these tractorsfor not intended for you. Gasoline. We buy Country Produce Eggs Sweet
is
,
.i mounted with silver. It contains little, but the tenacity of the tractor the British
: government for a longtime / But if you are a beginner and hopeto
.' clippings from the Potatoes Corn Etc.
American he declared would ,
1r 'I enable it to go said Mr.\ Baker, "and have not raise poultry extensively in ,
J "'ess commenting .ne exploits of ahead and climb your
cut. talked much Yours for the
I about it. back yard. are urged to continue. Square Deal
the you ,
Deutschland, every !line printed The width of the track used on the
I Although Mr. Baker would not discuss You probably have sought advice of
sw concerning(' underseas voyage of machines sent to England Mr. Baker
I the submarine appearing in this heroic said was twenty-four inches. He declared the matter, it was understood the all your poultry raising neighbors and
United States War N. B.
Department is have HULL
experimenting received as many different repliesas
I volume. It will be sent to Germany that the ground pressure i is with armored tractors have 3
neighbors. You have
you :
; and installed in the
Royal Ii- about three pounds inch
per square somewhat
like
those in the
use on
: probably written to half a dozen farm
cf Berln.: '
brary
where a thirty-inch track is used, o" British battleline.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE THREE'i
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I II' line between here and River Junc- THE REAL ISSUE NOW. : !. !' !, ! r. i TRY
IT!

( News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. 1 1f 'i. according to announcement made '. FOR SUBSTITUTE NASTY'CALOMEL

recently by G. Z. Phillips, assistant !I Whatever have been the issues of YEARS AND AGE. !'

f----- acaoaoono 5ZSZRR.L general pi.Si.erRer agent This line is this presidential campaign, the real '. ,.

208 miles long and the new rail, 'I . .. . Starts
i Live State News I::) issue now is: "Government of, by and your Liver Without Making
which is heavier and comfort-
J : more for all the people. This issue was created I How old are you ? You Sick and Can-
able will enable the line handle
nszJ to by the surrender of President We measure our youth by years and
fi
Told ;Our Exchanges. | heavier motive power than formerly. Wilson and Congress 400,000 train- I '" .. middle life by the same standard not Salivate.

IJ icse new rails have been laid to replace men-a surrender of rights, prerogatives '1 but the rest of our lives by the vigorof r

rails averaging 56, 60 and 70 i and principles, of institutionaland our bodies and minds-by what we Every druggist in town-your druggist J.t

RAIFORD.-By a recent order of I I able interest throughout the state, as pounds. It is the custom of the road I II constitutional government with all can do. and everybody's druggist has noticed
the town council, trees are being puton a number of suits against different j -emove rails of certain weight from I of which they were entrusted by the It's a hard proposition-this growing I a great falling off in the sale!

all the principal streets of Raiford. I I counties have been pending in the I sections after they have been in use I people." As has been well said, "it old-hard to realize and harder I of calomel. They all give the same .

have I ,ourts for time. .or a year or two to lines remote from still to accommodate ourselves to
Over a hundred wateroaks recently some I was a surrender of reason to brute ; aI-I reason. Dodson's Liver Tone is takingits ,

been planted.11ANATEE.It the heavier traffic. The average life strength, or order to disorder, of fair- most as hard to realize as the place. !If,

BARTOW.-The work preliminary of a ,rail is about eighteen to nineteen I ness to unfairness, of courage to cowardice that our children are growing up and "Calomel is dangerous and people I r f "

is estimated that to starting the new mines of the Phos- years. ." Indeed, it was a surrender of are crowding us out .of the strenuous know it, while Dodson's Liver Tone is : ,..

TOO; acres of celery' will be planted phate Mining Company, at Phosmico, I II.RIAXXA.R'alizing democracy to moboracy, and the great things of life.Americans perfectly safe and gives better results '-""

fully in this I are credited with the am- ," said a prominent local druggist ,. J
in the Manatee section next sea- just east of this city, was completedlast the absolute -I question presidential campaign "

which will be considerably in excess week and Cal tain John G. Gatts- necessity of a modernly equipped now is-Which shall the country bition to "die in the harness." It usedto Dodson's Liver Tone is personally i

son, have? be in the old western days, to meet guaranteed by every druggist who
Walles and his of hospital with of experienced ,
of last season's acreage. crew men are preparing a corps i "
sells it. A large bottle costs 50 cents,
to of the physicians and trained the I There should the end with our "boots on. And why l "
commence operations nurses I be no mistake about and if it fails to give easy relief in Itqr.
mines at The work of Marianna Hospital will be formally this issue. There should not? Why should the last ten or twen- .
JUPITER.-The Jupiter Cattle Co. new once. removing I be no con- every case of liver sluggishness and ;

organized with a capital the overburden is in progressand opened for the reception of patients founding treachery to the people with ty years of an active life be spent in constipation, you have nrly to ask for
been I
has of $25,000 and will soon be carrying it is hoped that a big force of at an early date. The institution will the eight-hour question.They are as useless activity? Why should any of your money back. 1.

stock the business of raising oat- men will soon be kept busy. The new be located in the second story of Dr. widely separated as far as popular us lose even a part of the tense interest Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant- '

on large scale. mine is equipped with the very latest :;. A. Baltzell's handsome home in interest is concerned as the North is in human activities that filled our tasting, purely vegetable remedy,
and sheep on a
tie, hogs design of machinery and is pronounced West End. The entire upper portionof I from the South. The one involves ev- best years? harmless to both children and adults. ,

to be superior to any of equal capacity the house has been entirely over- ery fundamental principle of popular There's a good reason why many, if Take a spoonful at right and wake 0f: .t-

ll.UII-Four thousand miles in a not most, of us do. It's because we up feeling fine; no biliousness sick ,
in the county. It is stated that tuled and. renovated so as to give government, the other merely an econ- --l
and 'paunch: in one year, have wasted headache, acid stomach or constipated '
houseboat our czpital-our physical ,
the mine of the different the The
at Export, just west Bar- apartments most omic question. one determinesthe !
months, is the record of F. A. it in the I bowels. It doesn't gripe or cause d'c .
used
nine capital-or too lavishly .
tow, will open at once. home-like appearance possible, and welfare of every man, woman and inconvenience all the next day like j ....
and friends, who arrived 1 : .
Stiles, family prime of life, and it is exhausted when .IIi \
aided by the beautiful surroundingsith child in this country, the other the : '
I violent calomel. Take a dose of calo- 1s
their former home in .
here from should have
still
we splendid i
downstream I'ALATKA-John Muller, the man- which the building is enclosed, working condition of only a compraa- a reserve. mel today and tomorrow you will feel s -

Mandan, N. i). They and came have no intention iac who murdered his father and vprything will have a tendency to relieve tively small number of men. I I When we should still be active, our weak, sick and nausea*..?d. Don't losea : l1: ,f.
the
all way mother and buried their bodies, was the patients of the oppressed Such differentiation will certainly own physical weaknesses concern us to day's work! Take Dod-'on's; Liver
of returning against the current I the exhaustion of wider and bigger Tone instead and feel Poe full of I itL:1
here make before Justice J. Marshall on Tues- feeling many encounter when theyare appeal to the intelligence of the Amer- I vigor .
as they have come to things. Soon we are forgotten and and ambition. 5
(14 j
go ( -
carried to for ican when
day and given a preliminary hearing.Of i some large city people they come soberlyto ,
home. -- -
their 1to the before time.Is .
scrap heap our
course he was held over to the "cat ment. think of the extraordinary prece- 1\

\ grand jury on the charge of first degree dent established in administrative gov there anything more pitiable I Overcome Chronic J ,
ENTERPRISE.-The board of trus- than a man of 50 or f-0: tottering about
ernment. The wonder is that
murder there was nothing else more
Methodist Orphanage has ; FT. PIERCE.-From August 21st with the weakness of 80 ,
tees of the I years complaining Constipation
people especially have
,
to be done though the is wage earners
of land man an undoubted to September 2nd, 1,433: barrels, or 1 of his
tract of 17 acres o own private assortment'of
purchased a
of
maniac with criminal tenden- iot already a better appreciation
located near this town, the site of the -'SSJOO( pounds of fish were shipped ills and a nuisance to everybody? I Don't continue to create a bad
)
cies. There is little change in his what such yielding of democracy *o I
from Fort Pierce. Shipments during habit of strong purgatives. They
institution which will be improvedfor On the other hand, what is grander I
conduct, though an occasional seeming mobocracy really means to them and I relieve, and that is all. And they
the week have totaled from 100
Other im- past than the of 70; 80 smiling -
,
man or
orphanage purposes. years I
flash of intelligence the the country. If there had been land- call for increased dmge. A sensible -
be made the gives impression to 110 barrels daily, making the total :, and loved I :
active
orovements are to on orphanage ed on the shores of the Potomac a for- by all taking an treatment will arouse the liver
that he at least knows what he
grounds and buildings at an shipments from August 21st to Sep- I and intelligent interest and sympathy and give tone and strength to the
has done but that he does not realize eign army of 400,000 men who marched "
bowels. It is
offered
early date. About CO children are be- ; tember 8th fully 1,943 barrels, equiv- I in the affairs of younger men and giv- in
the awful character of his crime is to the National Capital and com-
ing cared for here. alent to 388,600 pounds or slightlyover e I ing no advice unless it is asked for? ,.,-..-
pelled legislation of equal disregard to 'I
apparent to all who have observed
-- 11 H> carloads. Figures recently I Under present conditions of health .IJj rS
him. American rights and privileges, the
published in the Tribune gave the total I and sanitation of
knowledge ,
TAMPA.-Work has just been completed American people would have risen as one ev- +uYalGerlth
estimated shipments from St. Lu- I four Americans dies before he is :{ ria+es
atlas of Hillsborough ery
on an one man and driven the invaders into I
-awe
PENSACOLA. plant of the cie county from June 1st to August five old and one-third never ------mss.va
1 county which will show every piece of the sea. Yet only 640 representativesof years s.r---.ne. .=.
Robinson Point Lumber ISth 79 1-5 "'" 15".r." -
Company was at 1,980,000 pounds, or complete their twentieth It is
in the county, together with 400,000 trainmen, mere handful, year. .
property a .
.. ,
fire. located carloads. The total from I "
The work destroyed by It is about shipments only the fittest that survive to do the
of the
the name owner. invaded the National Capital and,
show the location of all riv- twenty miles from this city on Black- the county to date may be conserva- real work of life. Take he soldiers Many years have shown the usefulness -
will also with mere threat of force, compelled
I water Bay, and was a plant that had 'ively estimated at 3,100,000 pounds or I that make our armies they are picked of this remedy. It's the
ers, lakes, section lines, public high- Congress to legislate for that for ideal laxative geii'J'e. effeotneaid
is been in operation for many years, although 124 carloads The winter outlook is men. But why shouldn't the strengthening. ?low it may be I
etc. Hillsborough county which there is warrant in either
ways, no obtained in tablet form, for convenience -
the machinery and equipmentwas very encouraging and it is expected picked, the fit, be larger proportionof
a
in
r
said to be the first in the state to havea constitution or law. It is not possiblethat taking.
all been that will be made Slanalin will not form a habitof
new, having destroyedby many big shipments those who start in the race ?
work of this description and magnitude the enormity of this offense cathartics. l'ke as directed,
the market. fire three years ago. It was owned rom Indian river and Okeechobee. I Most of the babies die because theydon't tile sufferer may reasonably expect -
compiled and put on against the American people will be
not only Immediate relief
by A. D, and G. Tomasello the
and underestimated. tolerated by them I have a fair start in life from I but fie re-torma.on ,

loss, above all insurance, will amount MIAMI.-Prominent in the exhibitof unfit parentage. This inheritance may of proper habits, inv : ".a
:rhey not punish its the natural way. ,
meet- perpetratorsbut
GAINESVILLE a special may i/i\i
to about $15,000. The loss included be made | have its influence to mature but
Dade county products to years LJqjid if desire I '
Commis- I !, they should certainly hold to accountability you
f the State Highway
. ing ) the mill plant, dry kilns, planer boil- in a hotel in Phil dephia during the 1 when a man's strength carries him /7J\r\ it, $1 and 35e. k 1 1'L
held in this city Thursday of last senators and congressmenwho
sion I i er and machine shops and 200,000 superficial convention this week of the Deeper through the first score of years, i it' A Tablets,2Sc and lOc l
surrendered.And
"eek, held for the purpose of locatingand I feet of lumber. The fire Waterways association will be two largely his own fault if it doesn't take Carrr a box with lt
the roads I for these reasons: First, because 't Constipation livf
deciding upon uponch you. e.
started in the dry kiln and the latter huge bunches of dates donated by Mrs him to his rightful three score and lamely a matter ofSvfy I .
to expend the $;;51.;jjO05.555555; ; the senate and house have established habit You can overcome -
> was partially destroyed when the :Mary Brickw ell, each bunch weighinga ,i C s
force in Pk .4 !t with Manalin's -
federal government by a
which to expend the $5fi,000 ten.The
appropriation available for this state I flames were discovered. little over 43: pounds. J. C. Baile, I country whose fundamental law is I conservation of energy, the conservative r'ir help.

who is the exhibits, I use of one's physical The Pnuu Comp&ar.
I gathering secured -
this it was decided to appropriate based upon the expressed consent of
1 $14,000 year for the completion of the I j' PLANT CITY.-The plant of the the dates and he says they are the. i I its citizens. Second, they have substi- !! strength, adds to that strength. It Columbus, Ohio

Warnell Lumber and Veneer Company best he ever saw in this part of the of small I makes him ready to meet emergenciesthat
Dixie! Highway in Baker county andUMO tuted the interests a minorityof ) 4.J
? west of the Apalachicola riv- -one of the largest of the kind in the country. Though far from being ripe citizens for the welfare of the large I demand the greatest continued

'state-and the enterprisehieh furnishes le dates are large and it is Mr. I i exertion. Engineers calculate the deterioration -
er. Disposal of the remaining :!8- I I majority, thereby ignoring the principle RUB OUT PAIN
000 was not definitely decided upon. i, Plant City her biggest pay- HaileV opinion that the two clusters: i of the greatest good to the greatest I of rapidly moving machinery -

;' toll. resumed operations Monday September will attract much attention. He experienced I : number. Third, because they have :i at :20 per cent or more each year. with good oil liniment. That's

11th, after a period of two some trouble in getting the The slower machine may last ten or the
1
r TAMPA. Accoidinsr the State : established the precedent of legislating -( surest way to stop them ,

to month, during which the machinery I' tes as the trees on which they greware I' for a class, thus encouraging1 further twenty years. [ The best rubbing liniment isj
Census of 1915, figures of which havejust I All of which suggests that the human -
was thoroughly overhauled and everything over 40 feet tall and they were at I
demands for class legislation,
made this city hasi {
been public, attended to that will be contributory I thn top of the trees. Mr. Baile b;'s extreme machine, more complicated than :
I possibly of an even more na-
'h i largest white population of any to the coming fall and win- also secvred a bunch of cocoanuts, trre. Fourth because they have legislated I any yet devised of man-requires a MUSTANGLINIMENT ;i

city in the state, and 'the smallest te"'" work, which it is believed will I weighing over ::00, pounds which he without deliberate consideration -I careful watching. The strenuous ex- "1'i"jI

proportion of negro population of any be the most successful in the long rarer -I, hi< shipped to Philadelphia for the ex- I of effects upon the country a* a ertions and anxieties of the thirties I t1
cities. The ,
of the larger towns or of this large concern. The planti hibit. will end forties overtax the fifties and sixties -
whoIrth'han' acted first and
available figures given out show a I i I the final breakdown tenor ;
and bring
i* hut down each summer during the investig-ate' ,
i j ( ? ) afterwards. Fifth, because ;
of 4S-
population for Tampa proper before it is due. The
"between seasons" period!, in order to I W.HClIUL.-\-This city was startled in all thy have done they have I twenty years I ;
and
white
160 of whcih ,
36,210
are of ;
11,160; colored; less than onethirdThis mike needed repairs and alterations, ; by the news that Mr. T. J. Lee I put politics before public duty, imposing prudent man heeds the warnings Good for the Ailments of I 1. "t,1: !
I hardening arteries and stiffening muscles -
additions, etc., can be made without had been assast-inated at his home the burden in- Hones Mules
just upon people a I Cattle Etc.
makes Tampa the white metrop- hindrance of the headaches that come after ..
II north of the Chase packing house. The | creasing the hisrh cost of H\ing. Sixth
olis of the state by a majority of ;5- ; I prolonged mental effort, of failing eyesight Good for goat own Aches, "
crime v.: ; commi'ted about eight because they have been recreant to the
412. I I and of the inability to do or endure Pains Rheumatism
| JACKSONVILLE.The Seaboard o'clock. M" Lee and his wife had i trust reposed in them by the people. j Sprains,

:lr Line railway has about complet- ; been to the picture show and soon I And these six reasons why senators I what once was easy. And the Cuts, Burns, Etc.
nUlI-One of the most beautiful faces the fact that these
1 laying 75; and 83-pound; rails on ufter ret-'in, home, Mrs. Lee wentto and congressmen should be held accountable prudent man 2 C. SOc. $I. At all Dealers.OQ 1
estates to be found anywhere in the I warnings are to be found, whether or
--- her r couth is being developed by James II. not he may sense them himself. .
-
in the with his back is issue in this
sit'hg room neara a new presidential -
Snowden the multi-millionaire oil I Always the oncoming years, whether -; r;
window :'-d had pulled off one she- campaign really I live issue one t
king of Pittsburgh and New York, onthe or not they seem to be as full of El3 aig1S
"then the assassin fired a load of buck- vital to the welfare of the people, the I -1 i 1i
}, beach north of the town of Miami vigor as those that are gone, bring the I %' J o1
shot th'wh his tack, killing him in- continuance of democratic government -
'
Beach. Construction is now going on wise necessity of becoming a closer 'S3NS ? 31i O
Coldsshould ( M
st:>ntly. The perpetrator of the das- I and the life of the nation.
on four buildings-the main residence, 1 intimate of the family doctor. With --
1I I t-rly: crime evidently knew the habitsof Already public opinion is crystallizing -'
a large garage, a boat house and thekeE'per's his training he will detect the warn- Jaw qw3 paJalSfiaH!
be "Dipped la he the Lees and had planned the hel- as this new issue is given consid-
cottage. Nearly fifty man ings that don't believe exist-yet. ---
lish work well. He or she had evidently eration. In the light of industrial disturbances you
bud" for if allowed to nm 'h *
qdVJ oj
are take nover from Miami every day We, all of us, have to face the inevi- 'U3pJO [ t uopuaiisaoud
hidden in the yard awaiting throughout the country, inspired -
in auto trucks to work on the big de unchecked serious results table ending of life, and all of us hopeto IVPfS Si-\Ol[ lq11W note
follow. Numerous eir return. A stand of flowers and by Congress' approval of force,
the may Few of -.139 11131 ilq.L 'putrq uo aJamltsaiIddnS
velopment. It is expected that put it off and off. us get
plants on the little porch afforded a conclusions! are gradually being" reached -
cases of consumption, pneumonia
place will be ready to receive its own- 0:0 tired of life that we are willing and sJayelJapuRJo
and other fatal diseases screen' for them to sneak up to their as to the possible ultimate resultsof ,
er by one from this fall. waiting for its ending. But the real
year can be traced back to victim and a pot of coleus was used the substitution of mobocracy for 3uji i il"J( W puySi3)ISVO
way to postpone the end is to be pre I
a cold. At the first sign of I for a rest for the murderous gun, democracy. The Maine election shows machine the SNIJdOO
JACKSONVILLE. result of pared to live, to keep u.c ,
a cold, protect yourself by which was not over a dozen feet from which way the political wind is blow- -,...__ -)
the mind in repair.
the body and good I I
visit to Washington bv P. L. -- -
thoroughly cleansing your I the object of their fiendish spite. ing. Changes of party allegiance of
I Above all. don't worry, be at peace s
Sutherland and ether Floridians in-
with a few doses of j in every commun-
system representative men I I I THEFLORIOAHETALPROKCTS&1MANUFACTURE
with yourself and with all men that )
ti'iwe/i in the eradication of cattle SOME OF LHH'ORNOM'S NEW ARGUMENTS. the demand that I
ity presage government
the be long in the tand.I .-
t'rk. the days may
government along
campaign .
WORD'S be, returned to the peoplethatit
the same lines in Georgia and Florida I State Board of Health.A !
'I' be of, by and for them. Sew leaders _

has been divorced as applied to these "Silliness run to seed." Thus epi- are appearing, sounding the alarm, Clogged System Must Be Cleared. C El LINGS

two states and a new district comprising BLACK- trrammatically, does Mrs. Lora La i foretelling danger and urging the peo- i| You will find Dr. King's New Life .
Florida with i in
headquarters
:Mance, prohibition campaigner and organizer j pie to rise in self defense. There is apossibility Pills a gentle but effective laxativefor
Jacksonville
has been created. Dr.
,
for the National. C. T. U.. that this issue will eventually removing impurities from the sys ANl) OTHER
F.. I k
M 1. Nisrhbert, who is at located '
present DRAUGHT sum up in The Union Signal, objec- I establish at Washington a higher tem. Accumulated waste poisons the METAL-
in Atlanta in charge of the tick SHEET
eradication I net, with which liquorites are defending { standard of statesmanship than has blood; dizziness, biliousness and pimply '

campaign covering Georjria themselves against the tremendous ', characterized either the Senate or the muddy complexions are the dis- BUILDING
r' and Florida will his force j I 'J
move the old reliable vegetable drive of the prohibition allies Former House for some years, a statesmanship ressing effects. A dose of Dr. Kings
! 1 Florida within the next week or ten WRlTt TODAY VtAfidHi ANO SPECIAL
I days. aver: powder. arguments of the enemy" she points that will defend the principles of New Life Pills will assure you a free roRCATAiosuES QUOTATIONS

f; Mr Chas. A. Ragland o out are worn threadbare hence it has our democratic form of governmentand full! bowel movement in the morning.At JA.CKSONVILLE.f..A..

, Madison Heights Va., says: become necessary to manufacture anew the constitutional rights of the your druggist, 25c.; (3)

's I \I.L\n.\SSEE.-\ccordin to a "1 have been using Thed- set. "One which is being worked people.--:Ex. I

[ ruling made few the saloon. This, it seems, is being industriously EDGAR EYES
a days ago by ford's' Black-Draught for : "v 'rtime in Montana, South Dakota, en

:;i supreme court i in the case of James stomach troubles, indigestion and Nebraska is that Des Moines, la., stale 'cs cf the silly slurs at 'bank- used against prohibitionin Optician Tested

w; Keggin against the county olHillsborough f and colds and find it te a state dry but a few months has issued rupt' Iowa are seen in the fact that the seven states which vote on the JACKSONVILLE, ,FlA

i i a Florida county cannot be the very best medicine I bonds for $100.000 and thereforemust three is probably not a town of 10000 ,- question in November, as well as 8rokcflc..tsc.a Duplicated

be sued, inasmuch as counties are not ever used. It makes ai old be bankrupt. Wet Omaha itself, i inhabitants in the United States against national prohibition. It is Sam Day AS Rtcitvcd

(incorporated but merely political and t man feel like a young one." .'1 Y'bsterl'dver with bonds that it that has not issued bonds. It is there rot likely to knock out any dry votes 9 Sptdalia_ 140 on w. lo.dtr3.We rcftamt IT.FW fWafii :4i

tovernmental: ) divisions of the state,, Insist oa Thedlord's, the looks out squint-eyed at the rest of ?" :'-iz'd business way of raising i -"he difficulties attending home brew- -- (i

y The opinion was written Vy Chief Justice original and genuine. E-61 e Vo world! fairly frothes at the mouth mrney for street paving, public im- eries and distilleries being to apparI Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up SystemI

I I. Taylor and was concurred in b,' because Des Moires has pit a tenthas (\\' ne-t?, waterworks buildings." I, The American voter, when not I I Old Standard ,"D..ral trenitheninz tonic.GROVE'S .

.' Notices: Shackleford, Cockrell ant'rrt.eld. I much in bonds as has already beenr.t The rewest argument-and "the I eCnioilrd by alcohol, has common )Malana.cnnchcs TASTELI.SS:xxi.i-vl shill TOXIC.build aptbc drives'out r-

rr The rulings of consider weakest" the kitch- : <;e. AUdCUmc. Fr..dutt..debiidreu. JOc.
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. .1'1 1i. i f BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORID.-\ FRlD\Y, 5EJ\IUER: :, 19Id,'tj j

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Il .. V i a'! ': Telegraphy 1 1i things, you who cannot afford them I GERMANS LOSE i I II! SCAT! DEDICATION OF IX MEMORIAM. j
1 Bradford '
County
t h'l : : should not buy them, even though I illness of r,10J
) your wife and children, who are not i Our lady limericker says today After an several 1
I with finances, tell There was an old duffer named Catts Mrs. Hill has .. ore away. When i.J
i:; Published! Weekly, and entered as second acquainted your HEAVILY IN ATTACKONFRENCH THECLUBHOUSELAWTEY
R post-office at I you they're "ashamed to have anyone Whose head was a storehouse for bats.I I the harvest field of grace and trt'could
', t 1 : class matter at the the
.1'" come into the house to see how poorlyit The misguided man 1 angel gleaners have found ,

\! : r r1; Starke, Florida. is furnished, while the neighbor'shome For governor ran, CLUB riper leaf? .-

;! i =or-a-n -- looks like a" palace" It is your But all the best people cried "Rats!" I Mrs. Hill was a faithful worker in

\1 E. S. MATTHEWS, ti OwnerH. duty for the benefit of all concernedto Lakeland Telegram church, Sunday school, W. C. T.

I E. LAGERGREX, Associate Editor have enough of moral courage to and in all work foR: the betterment oft'

t I Ij withstand such attacks. But do not TEUTONS CLAIM TO HAVE WESLEY BIBLE CLASSES I LAWTEY WOMAN'S CLUB IS her town. In truth a worker in all*

I': In the days when "Gadzooks" was hurt yourself and family by doi'g: REPULSED SLAV ASSAULTSLaunch SECOND OLDEST IN STATE things uplifting fi->r the gun. Of the .

considered a potent and sufficient cuss without things thit yon and they Great Gathering in Ocala October 10- community. 4

word the gasoline engine had not been >h'>ud! have and which you can afforJ. I I 12th-Fine Program. i I Therefore, 1 be it resolved, That wil, .
invented. Even borrowing money for such a Violent Cunterttacks Over !t| Visitor Were Taken to State Farm the Lawtey W. C. T. U, has lost t' .

I __.._- pu 'pose is justified if you see your a Three-Quarter Mile Front in Field Secretary A. H. Cole predictsan Automobiles! ; Ladies Serving friend, a sister and one of our best'

I "Dimitracopolous is in no hurry to way clear to pay the debt. If you i Region of Priez Farm. attendance of ;.300 or l OI) Wesley | Refreshments on Return. i workers We feel her loss deeply!
I':I of of turn some manesloose for clearingnew Servant of Gad: well done,
I i; assume uneasy seat. premier Bible Class men and women at the II 1 1I iI
j 't I Gieece." says a news head line. The land, buying improved stock, big federation in Ocala October 10- I, ---- I I Thy glorious warfare'pa .
I of the ditchingfertilizer, building, fencing, In an effort to retrieve in part their A most impressive and delightful'e'remcny The battle hougnt.; the vicuryAmi : ron
'
i linotypers and proof-readers 1_. There are about 400 classes in
furniture clothes, subscription lost territory the Germans Wednesday was witnessed at Lawtey. thou art home at last.
the back- ,
in painting
country hope he will keep Florida, and of course everyclass
I to good papers, and paying your d*"pite the bad weather, made violent j Thursday, September 14th, it beingi : MRS. (G. W. BROWN,
; ground. should be represented. This is a self-
j debts, you will profit by it and feel counter attacks against the Frenchover entertaining body and each class or i the "la'ingof the corner stone"and I Ij MRS CHAS. DIXKLVS,
less and fellows will a three mile front in the regionof i the formal dedication of the new home : MRS. A. 4 The railroad trainmen strike is off pessimistic your individual will provide for the -
i, the Priez farm and Gouchve'snes, expenses of the Woman's Club. i -- -- -
have cured !
for a time at the least. Somehow we callou: blessed for you of the trip. Ocala hotels will give -
north of the Somme. This club is the second oldest in the ,
"hard times. We who have no wars,
i never could get much enthused over low rates for the two days. A fineprogram .
i In mass formation the Teutons threw state of Florida, and three years ago :
but
f.ninl' propitious ,
the grievance of the trainmen, but if no no pestilence a has been arranged and a t
climate aid soil would attack after attack along the line from when a lot was given; the organization -r For LadiRs & fients
i i. the depot agents, clerks, telegraph operators a generous good time is expected. Those who are ,
t feel if was spent 9 o'clock in the morning until dark, by Mrs M. E. Edwards, new life i
i 1 and trackmen, and especiallythe r0 stringency money promoting the federation leaving
for legitimate instead of be- and at the end of the day the French are and enthusiasm was infused into all : Let me "B" Vote tailor and
latter, will strike, the Advocate purposes nothing undone to make it a great
; hoarded. j were everywhere holding their positior.s the working departments. Mrs. 1I0w-1 have the satis'action of towing -
I will donate $5 per week to the cause. inn success. Ocala is making preparation
I| according Paris and the battlefield ard Peace was president at the you tae the ne-itest
-- aIN -- -- J
hn trackmen are the worst paid fur giving these Sunday school forces
t Advocate MEMIRIAM. I at points was covered with the givingof the lot, and eleven cents; made to orite' -uit mm..
workers in Florida.-Wauchula cordial welcome. The Sunday school
t I German dead. I a was the first deposit for the building I Your pressing, alte atmnshuiiness
: I workers, especially those belonging, !
I .
Duringthe tightingthe Germans fund. |j it-iii iteil
, t t --. After an illness of several months, organized Bible classes, who do not
I\ ) f You cannot sue a county in Florida. Mrs. Helen Hill passed quietly into I penetrated the northeastern part of include the federation in their plans 1 The club house is built of cypress j ji I The United Tailoring Co
I I I the village of Bouchavesnes, but here logs i with hand hewn shingles and ,
f/ The supreme court says so. The rea- the Great Beyond, the iJth of August. I will miss the most helpful event cr -
I the French met them with the bayonet j wide log step, with an auditorium Phone S3
, \ son you cannot sue a county is because 1916. the I
I\ I and dislodged them. Four assaults year. :25x30: which has a big. deep fire plcae.
I not corporation. Thus She had lived at Lawtey for almost
a countyis a I Across Street From P. 0.
1 the Priez farm in which the Germans I!
j'at -I There is a library and a screen porch
i if a county owes you money or breaks forty years and was identified with i j SHIPMENTS RESUME
came on in waves were repulsedby i| that is going to be used as a tea room,
: ; a contract, or leaves a hole in the every good growing interest in the I 1
the French, whose observers : kitchen. All these
as- adjoining a tiny ..
I road and break noses there town. Her interest in the church and .
you your
; 1 sert that the Germans as least with- !' For some time past no shipments of i' rooms give the house an appearanceof ..... t.....
}. I in, you have no recourse through theII' Sunday school was vital and of sustaining has been made fromI .
drew in disorder, leaving many dead any produce ; spaciousness that is very attractive. .
\ I courts. It is most interesting decision To the women of the
a grace. behind them. i I, Starke, except the inevitable coop of COMER L. PETE .
The morning trains were met at the
] I I;! : and sets us to wondering how a town, organized first as a Village Im- chickens and box of hides from Brooker .
l i t I county can make binding contracts, provement Society and afterwards becoming On the British front the inclement station where automobiles were waiting t Florida Real Estate Land and .
''I but the normal order of things,
weather still holds the opposingsides theisitors first the
take
to to .
not being responsible.Miami Metropolis. the Woman's Club, her innu-
\ t felt. A I to artillery duels.Teutons ,I that of exporting something every State Farm, returning for lunch, which .. Timber EipertW .
ence was strongly charter has been resumed. J. F. Canova i
I day,
,"ii. and visitors -
Claim SuccessIn I was served to all members
I
member, she helped to have the ships cotton, The Powell-Smith Co.,. years Eif erien 'e at Starke.
1 i the eastern section in Russia and in the Tea Room, by the membersof 4
; The Palm Beach Post says a negrof streets laid out so uniform; helped in R. S. Humphrey and J. M. Truby ship ,
I the local club.immediately f.M .1tt4t, aD W" ttst#" >s/1
:; fireman "shakes down" higher monthly getting trees planted over the towi! Galicia, both Berlin and Vienna report naval stores, II. L. Stevenson, Japan
t than bank cashier and in make j the repulse of heavy Russian attacksin : j after lunch the assembly -
to
! wages a re- and every way helped a persimmons, J. Keenan Williams ships ,
t marks: "Still it is education that firm foundation for future work. I the Lutsk sector of Volhynia and was called to order by Prof. Terry !
II sweet and J. M. Truby. Ask Your
: ( t counts in the \\rld-so the great leaders For years she was secretary of the ] southeast of Lemberg Galicia. Local TPW X. B. Hull.potatoes C. S. Durlin-r and I Brown I and the laying of the corner stone was Grqceir .

;: of learning in ail the countries inform I i organization and her records are a successes for the Russians in the & Son and conducted by the president, Mrs Howard *. *
ship strawbf'rryplant" ,
us." It isn't education that I I valued possession of the present club. I Carpathians are conceded by the Teutonic all of potatoes which brings into Randall. A copy of the deed and '' '' 'i

" counts, brother, it is unionism. The ,, During recent years ,Mrs. Hill was allies, who say, however, that on Starke and neighborhood.money of the charter, the program of the

ro.dmaster who works night and day \ chairman of education, and her knowld I the whole the Russian attacks in this day, and personal cards from the CHEEWEAtS4t
I 1 Pretty soon Mr. Truby will as generally -
to keep up the track, and who must ; e of the homes and their condilio': : region were repulsed.Down the fall I members some from state officers! and
in sweet
: ship
I I have education and experience: re- was a great factor in her usefulne.--- j in Transylvania, where thei by the carload.potatoesand As j one from the General Federation wereI w' ,

s ci-ives less pay than many fireman i :Never: aggressive: but jut dependable i Rumanians haw been fighting against sugar cane I placed in the hand made copper box,
his former.hipmer.ts were limited on- COFFEES
j the tro-Hungarians.!! the invadersI I I before it was placed within the stone
1 and brakemen; the civil engineer in made her a force to be feL al'1 I
the of this
I have with serious ly by supplythose, year i j and the last trowel full of cement
i charge of work often receives only : rejoiced over. A good neighbor, a I apparently met a will be, heavier than ever before as was ,
half the pay the carpenter or bricklayer faithful Christian, a dependable club: | reverse: in th? region: of Hatszeg, i i placed by Mrs. W. S. Jennings! presij
J. I I' working under him gets for woman a conscientious chairman: i where they have I een driven back by the acreage of both potatoes and cane i j dent of the State Federation, and the : Best By Every Test
i i. larger this than any former season. :1
"," : ;,I shorter hours and no responsibility there can be no future for these plaIT !. the Teutonic allies to the TransylvaniaI This is encouraging new.*. It is i corner stone was sealed.

1 I :; and so on. But while the union men : without missing her influence. I Alps and the town of Petroseny and j During the singing of Dixie the as-
hope! that those who neod to ha'pwork
1\ I take care that the supply of workmen Yet we rejoice in the memory of I I the Szurduk pass: through which they of kind done, as well a.. I[ -rally! went into the auditorium

; stall l>e kept down, young engineers her life, and so, we walk softly, aswe entered Transylvania in this regionrecaptured ,, purchase any to make will loosen their where: the dedicatory services were

and material for bank cashiers are, remember, with faces lifted that from them.In held. The two pastors. Rev. Lawrenceand
strings and some in I
turned out by the thou- ':.is irom the, I some of the glory of her "abundance Dobrudja, where the Ruian"and purse put money Rev. Wright, also Mr. J. T. Mooreone
circulation by hiring workmen and
colleges yearlyto swell the ranks of f entrance" may fall upon us and continue Rumanians have been heavily reinforced of the honorary members who
patronizing the business men, and
.. the unemployed, and adequate salaro the work she has so well be- along the line south of the I I gave the words of welcome, were on
thus silence the of "hard
put on
\ ies under such circumstances are out, gun. I Constanza railway from the Black sea I times." cry i the stage with Mrs. Jennings, State ESPECIAILLYADAPTED

of the question.A I| We recommend that a copy of this ]I to the Danube, the tide of the battlf ; President; Mrs. Howard Randall pres-I I

_ ..1 t:I I memorial be sent to each of her two' is fluctuating. Sofia reports successe:; er\where we held our positions. J ident of the local club; Miss Louie-

CURE FOR ""HARD TIME" ; sons. to the Times-Union, and to the I' for the arms of the Bulgars at certainpoints I "The battle was particularly violent belle Brown, secretary, who gave the I FOR YOUR STATE

county paper. while Bucharest claims a vie- at the edge of Priez farm and in the history of the club during the last

For some time past the cry has been I 1 MRS. GEORGE BROWX, I tory for the Rumanians:; near Enigra region of Bouchavesnes.! In front of twenty-three years; Mrs J. D. Randall i

"hard times"-not that such a C0'11-1 MRS. EMILY SAYLES I Violent Fighting ContinuesThe Priez farm four assaulting waves were !, chairman of Finance and House I FREEOUR

plaint is anything unusual, for it is t I MRS. M. E. EDWARDS. ,f 1 western: end of the Macedonia I successfully smashed by our fire. The I Committee, and Mrs. M. E.: Edwards,

chronic, but it has been louder than I ont still is the scene of violent com, enemy attack could be seen from our I giver of the lot and Honorary Vice i INSTRUCTIVE I (

t common. Is there any valid ground Rheumatism FolloWS Exposure.In I lats. The Bulgarians, according, side to break up and flow back in dis- ', President of the local club. After the

.o: for the complaint ? We believe not. I the rain all day is generally followed -I Athens: have hastily evacuated Vig- order behind a forest, leaving the I' dedication by Mrs. Howard Randal!. CATALOGUE ANDWEEKLY I

: The farmers have had an unusually by painful twinges of rheuma- litsa, at the extreme end of the line, ground covered with corpses. frs. W. S. Jennings gave an address (

I- good season, causing the crops to tism or neuralgia. Sloan's Linimentwill and fallen back upon Syedsa for a "In the sector of Bouchavesnes the and declared the house dedicated. PRICE LIST ,
ck.1
I" e : I heavy, no disease among the t give you quick relief and preventthe stand in pr.viously prepared entrenchments enemy, who after several sanguinary Duringthe evening the club members -I i '

! good market for everthingthey have twinges from becoming torture. It which if (captured will defeats had succeeded about 1 o'clock kept "open house" for the young I,I
SEND
\ to sell and consequently good prices. quickly penetrates without rubbingand necessitate the evacuation of Monastir in the afternoon in setting foot in the people and a most delightful time wasenjoyed FOR

\ Those who have cotton-and cotton soothes the sore and aching joints Serbia. northeastern part of the village, was ( : by everybody. The husbandsof I THEM TODAY.EAItfINSEED .

has been more generally planted this For sore, stiff, exhausted muscles that Berlin reports that the Germanswho dislodged with the bayonet in our ir- the active members are honorary

Q t than for many seasons past-rl'ceive'' ache and throb from overwork, Sloans are co-operating with the Bulgarians resistaible attacks. Fifty prisoners, members and during the evening sev- ar.

........e and will continue to receive higher Liniment affords quick relief. Bruises :;, have repulsed entente thrusts including several officers remained in eral of the younger men joined the

'.'. .:ices for the product than they have sprains, strains and other minor injuries near Florina, Greece. Rome admits our hands. honorary list. All are lookingfor- <5 JACKSONVILLE. FLA.

for years. For these reasons money to children are quickly soothedby that the Italians on the southern slop "According to observations made at ward to the club house being social -

i should be plentiful, yet collections are Sloan's LinimentGet a bottle of Monte Beles have been driven back the whole front and statements by the center for the welfare of the commun-

't" slow' and workmen cannot find em- today a: your druggist, _5c (3): ) by the Bulgarians. Artillery fighting prisoners, the enemy suffered heavy ity.The BREATHBADrl

ployment.The predominates on the British and the' losses. auditorium was decorated with f

times are dull only because the Ml'CH XEEDEI CONVENIENCE French fronts. j "The usual cannonade took place on the club colors-purple and gold. A

, money which should circulate is kept EST.\BLISII! ED. Aside from bombardments and iso- the remainder of the front. I: profusion of yellow flowers with ferns I A sure sign
I inactive
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an i :
".. { out of circulation and hoarded. There lated infantry attacks the situation I -- and purple streamers gave a glow of liver,biio9-: t

I is not one farmer or other man in the The United Tailoring Co., Rome J. remains unchanged on the Carso frontof British Statement i welcome to all who entered. the audi- ness, contl- I t

.! county who is not in need of something Andrews, proprietor, is to be found the Austro-Italian theatre, where ;.!I LONDON:: Sept. 20-The British of- torium. pation, and ; !

I in the way of buildings, repairsor on Call street between the City Bar- I the Italians are trying to reach ficial statement of today follows: similar disorders. Remove the do: ;

other improvements to his place, or ber shop and J. C. Manning's. Mr. Trieste. i i "The general situation is unchanged. BE OPTIMISTIC not cause allow in it3 the early orans stages to get, in 11 z.

tools, clothes, furniture and numerous Andrews has sold out his interest in Constantinople records successes South of the Ancre the enemy after I I chronic state. A few doses of > !

other things the possession of which the City Barber Shop and will devotehis for the Ottoman forces over the Rus- preliminary mbardment made Here's Good News for Starke Residents

would profit him, and there are comparatively time to serve those who wish to sians and British respectively in Per- several determined counter attacks: ", DR. T1ACR'S{ {; I III

i few who could not get have new suits made, or old suits re-I sia and along the Tigris. ;I during the night: which were repulsed. I

j those things, either by spending hoarded Paired, altered, cleaned and Two hostile gun emplacements have I Have you pain in the small of theI LIVER AND BLOOD

i money or by borrowing. It is also hats cleaned and blocked. A full I French Statement. been destroyed by our artillery and an back? II );

neither wise or charitable to do with- line of samples always on hand. All PARIS, Sept. 20-Via London, Sept. ammunition store has been exploJet I I Headaches, dizziness and nervous

: ojt what will add to our profit or orders executed promptly, in the best |, '_'Powerful counter attacks by the "A successful minor enterprise was i spells ? i SYRUP ,

comfort or health or happiness whenwe manner, and guaranteed. Starke has |I (Germans against the French in tihe carried out yesterday south of Arras, I; Are you languid, irritable and will reston-th-j affected organs ? :
weak?
have the means for getting them, long felt the need of such an estab- : neighborhood of Priez farm and Bou- 200 yards of the enemy's trenches- I! to a healthy condition. .

and it is even wise to borrow money T.cnt and the people of the city j I chavesnes, north of the Somme, today ing cleared and casualties being; inflicted ,: Annoyed Don't despaIr-profit by urinary by disorders Starke? ex It is a ge ntla laxative, purely \ .; .

for such purposes. If a little liberality and vicinity are sure to patronize the ; were beaten back according the of- : periences. vegetable;: tonic in effect ;
was exercised all who have I new enterprise liberally. The proprietor ficial Search far and near aM yoa' 1
goods statement issued by the war office "Yesterday afternoon the enemy exploded I Stark people know Doan's Kidney I will not find a preparation to '
services' or labor to sell would get a will appreciate your patronagevery tonight. The battle raged many a mine near Souchez. Xo dam- I Pills-have used them-recommend equal this tried and true old 1!

share of the wealth, goods would heI.ought much I hours along three-mile front and the, age was done and we occupied the : them. home tonic.

and debts paid. 1 1Wll.L Germans succeeded in getting a temporary near lip. Here's a Starke resident's statement Get a bottle today-put up

One cause of hard times is the buying RAISE WHEAT. foothold in part of Bouchaves, "A captured document signed by: : I convert nt !sizes, 50c and;1. '.!
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of unwarranted luxuries. Thu nes, but were dislodged with the bay Gen. von Falkenhaven, while chief of W. W. Baisden, Starke, says: "I IfICJf3'

ve sometimes see pianos organs and J. A. Ellington who lives northeastof the German general staff, dated August used Doan's Kidney Pills about four -7 i

phonographs in homes of men whomwe Starke, after noting the success of onet.The text reads: :24, states: : years ago for kidney complaint. They
know cannot afford such things; his neighbor, Wm. H. H. Whistler in 0 0rai..ing "Xcrth of the Somme the German-, ; 'The wastage of guns in the last did me a world of good, curing all r.

such cost a great deal and in nine wheat, has decided to grow today made a powerful effort to dis- few months has been considerably in !1 symptoms promptly. My back was General) Insurance .
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and I felt better in
strengthened ev-
caes' out of ten would not have I'er' one acre of that cereal for next sum- lodge! us from positions we had recentlv excess of our production. The same is I represent: none but FIRST

bought except for the seductive tall me"s' harvest. He will use the wheatin won. The battle lasted from 9 true of the ammunition in our reserves ery Price way.50c, at all dealers. Don't j I CLASS companies and will **

a of sharp agents and misrepresentations his household, have it ground as o'clock in the morning until nightfalon :f t of which there has been a ser I simply ask for a kidney remedy-get constantly on the alert to promote

as to terms of payment. Then fine as possible at some grist mill in ) a front of five kilometers bet weerPriez I ious diminution. It i* the duty of all I Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that your interests. Guarantee

costly! furniture is bought of mail or- this section and bolted, and the shorts farm and a point south of tht ranks-not only in the artillery-to j 1 i Mr. Baisden had. Foster Milburn Co., courteous treatment to all P**

der houses just because they can be left will be valuable for stock feed. farm of L'Abbe wood. endeavor to remedy this serious state ;, Props., Buffalo, X. Y. 30 Irons. A well written policy bynistclass

had on credit. While spending mo- While we do not believe that growing "Enemy masses made repeated attacks ., of things. All ranks must make a i i e agent in a first

, for useful articles is commendable, : wheat here on a large scale would preceded each time by violen t l: most serious endeavor to assist in the I His Guess. I I class company sometimes means '

a luxuries should be tabooed until yovrn be as profitable as the produce we are artillery preparation. Our indicated :I .
t troops re- preservation of material as I Bill-"What do you suppose those much in case of loss by tire.I
: afford them: Because a neighbor, accustomed to grow, yet a patch of sisted magnificently all the assaults, above, for otherwise making good the European soldiers do when they find

l who is better off in wealth than you wheat as well as a patch of rice would repulsing the attacks with a crosi s!;i losses and placing new formations in i the trenches filled with. water?" Jill- !I H. C. RICHARD, Starke

has bought some costly unnecessary 1be 1 a profitable adjunct to any farm. I fire of machine guns and artillery.- the field will be rendered impossible.' Why, they fish, 1 rev-sot.! .

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-- Miss Jeannette Matthews left Wed- MISS NEAL, STATE PRES- I MADISUX COUNTY RETURNS i! the integrity of th-; ballots: as recounted I'!

nesday for Tallahassee to resume her WERE ORDERED STRICKEN from several precincts of that

f studies at the Florida State Collegefor IDENT W. C. T. U., GIVES I county, I am unwilling to base any fur-
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Bits of Local fr1e Women. She was accompanied as: ADDRESS TO THE LADIES (Continued From Page 1.) ther reliance therein, or profit there- jji
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far as Jacksonville by her mother, : from, as you know I hate been furnished -

Mrs. E. S. Matthews. On Wednesday afternoon, at the the time of the court till tomorrow with evidenceand could produce -
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morning he desired to reserve the privilege the witnesses to show that I received -
Information A fl flM home of Col. and :Mrs. A. V. Long, on i
Miss Eva Powell has returned hqme North Walnut street, Miss Minnie E. if he deemed it advisable, to ,I more votes in Greenville pre- r.i

e..HrftMl o. ".. I.. "ruM."" .tIJ after spending several weeks as the Neal, State President W. C. T. U., ad- I make the allegation of the answer include cinct than were credited: to me by the

1i; ru" ... C. afar T.,"," guest of her sister, Hrs. P. 0. Car- :. dressed the ladies of the local union Suwannee county, but counselfor original returns from that precinct Y.Jr

penter at Newton, N. C. While away and a large number of invited guests. this purpose expressly stated that .".'!.ether the failure to credit me with :

i t I Miss _Powell visited Baltimore and Mrs. Long was assisted in receiving I he would only produce proof regarding all that I wa entitled to was due t<>

:: I New York with her sister. ; oy Mrs. E. W. Stewart, President Suwannee, in the event the relator, mistakes, or otherw .st, I, of course,

:< Remnant Sale at Stump's. I Mrs. R. S. Fernandez, who had been 1 t j' I of the Starke W. C. T. U. The rooms with his witnesses should take up the do not know. As you also know, I

f" : under medical care at Jacksonville Prof. A. L. Taylor will leave next lof the lower floor of this beautiful time of the court until the Suwannee have been furnished. with other evidences -

Remember the Carnival. has returned home, much improved in Tuesday for Campbellton, Jackson I home were thrown ensuite and made county witnesses arrived. : showing that a proper and

health. I county, near the Alabama line.11'. more attractive with cut flowers and Before taking the case under ad- correct count in other precinct- of

C. A. Smith, of Sampson! was in I Taylor is a noted teacher, having held II MS.: In the hall and drawing room visement, the court wished to know of :Madison county would undoubtedly' ..l

',: Thursday. i Special Sale! on Ladles' high grade responsible positions at Miami, and I were used choice roses, while in the attorney for Mr. Knott, whether hew have made gains in n-.y favor. Notwithstanding t.. .

town :, !-lippers-$1.49 at Stump's. the Campbellton school is to be con- I I dining room the lovely antignon lent i>hed to offer any evidence in rebut- this, however, it i. my

New ginghams for school dresses at I gratulated on its acquisition. I) a note of color. tj, whereupon. Adams asked for desire to relinquish h this! procet-dm-r

1 Stump's. L. E Roberts is having some repairs I Mrs. J. F. Canova and Miss Anna '.me: to confer with his client and associates the actual and true gains which I ;4..

and remodeling done to his Bishop Edwin G. Weed, D. D., of Canova opened the afternoon's exer- before answering this ques- should have had from Madison county p

I handsome villa on North Walnut Jacksonville, preached twice Sundayat cises ; rather than accept the benefit of
Joseph Bolt, of Brooklyn, was a with a spirited duet entitled,
d visitor to Starke Monday. street. I Ii the Episcopal church. Monday his "High School March." Mrs. Stewart -I any ballots against \\hich any suspi-

i ,i i I daughters, Misses Margaret and Marjorie then introduced Miss Xeal, whose ad- I tended to an hour, and, after one and I Icion of fraudulent tempering exist, P

W. T. Dryden, of Theressa, has beenin Miss Annie Vivian Graham, of '.al-' joined him here and made visitsto dress was the feature of the after- 'a I half hours consultation, counsel for reserving the right to open up th' w !

; Starke during the week. ford, is the guest of her brother and j the homes of Dr. M. M. Fryer, Mrs. I Mr. Knott came into court and Mr. i original mandamus proceeding instituted f;

sister-in-law: andIrs.. W. II. Emma Richard, Mr. C. F. Hoover and noon.Miss Xeal is a gifted speaker, and i Adorns stated: "I have a motion, I in that county so the question f.}

; firs M. E. Edwards, of Lawtey, wasa Graham.; I II :Mr. J. C. Hoover. While here they her low musical voice was distinctly I which if granted, will speedily terminate -'I of fraudulent tampering with the bal-

visitor to Starke Tuesday.Mrs. I I'. had their portraits taken at the Hoover heard by all. The work of the Woman's I this hearing, and I will present lots with reference to each precinct te

Thro. Tison has had the dirt floor studio. I Christian Temperance Union was discussed -! ''hat motion with the understanding. [ separately may be fully determined.

G. W. Thomas, of Stuart, is of his livery stable on Call street I in its different phases, and she that: no further amendments are to lie |Iin the circuit court cf the county r

visiting relatives in Starke. raised and otherwise improved the I On Thursday of last week, the Indies : appealed to the women to teach their I 'off red with respect to answer of re i Flournoy Accepted r11i

premises.A of Lawtey formally opened their children and use in their homes and I'spondents." Mr. Adams then presented Mr. Flournoy stated, in reply, thatI

I Rub-My-Ti.m-Antiseptis, Anodyne i beautiful new club house. The School community their influence for purity i I.. his motion to the court for leaveto I he would accept the }proposition made

-Kills pain stops putrefaction. ; party of Starke young people attended and Civic Club were invited to attend and especially against the drink habit. I' amend the relator's petition and al. by opposing counsel i if he would eliminate -

I a party at the home of Mr. the exercises and the following Starke The local union gained several new ,ative writ issued, by striking out from the motion Mr. Knott's

J. F. Williams of near Providence, and :Mrs J. L. Warren Wednesday ladies went up to Lawtey: MesdamesJ. members, and everyone was glad to the words Madison county whereverthe letter. This they did not agree to rI'l!

I was a visitor to Starke Friday.I evening.'. S. Brown, M. M. Fryer, Tatum, A. have the opportunity of hearing Miss same appears therein, stating the and Attorney Flourncy stated that he

I 'I Z. Adkins, 0. J. Griffin, L. E. Roberts, Xeal speak, as was evidenced by the motion: that it was based upon a per- would like then to confer with his

: A. Witherington of Atlanta, is Mrs. E. M. Johns, Mrs. T. J. Griffin G. M. Sistrunk, C. A. Futch, J. R. Hal- large assembly who listened with so sonal request directed to them as client, the !state canvassing! board, before )

visiting his sister, Mrs. H. C. Waters. and Mrs. A. J. Williams, of Alachua, ligan and G. C. Livingston. much interest. I counsel from the relator by the re- answering and asked for thirty

spent Tuesday in Jacksonville shop- When Miss Xeal finished her address lator's counsel. A copy of the request minutes to do this. He came back into -

;, Mr. Enoch Griffis, of Lawtey, was a ping. MOVED TO JACKSONVILLE.In Mr. A. Witherington, Atlanta. of the relator, Mr. Knott, was court and announced that he would Ir

business visitor to Starke Tuesday. favored the with some exquisite attached to the motion as an exhibitof accept the proposition made by coun-
:Mrs A. A. Williams, of Alachua, I order to have a larger field to company Mr.
violin music, being accompanied Knott's request in the form ofa sel on the other side, that he would
Mrs. Archibald Hendry and children was the guest this week of her brother operate in R. O. Daniel has moved his letter addressed to his counsel
as to eliminate Madison count
on the piano by his sister, Mrs. H. C. agree
.. are visiting Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Hend and sister-in-law. and Mrs E.I job printing plant to Jacksonville. His follows: with the
Waters. :Mr. Witherington rendered from the amended returns, j> ys
M. Johns. family will join him there in the near I
ry "My: Rosary." "Somewhere Voice is I Copy of Request understanding, as stated by Mr.
future. Mr. Daniel's Starke friends I Hon. T. B. Adams, \\'. J. Oven A.I 'ndnwnts
Calling," and several other much j Slams! that no further ar (
Sale o- Ladies slippers $f.9 and :Mrs. O. L. Haynes and little daughter wish him success in his new field. joyed selections. en-I B. and ('. C. Small. C. I D. Hlackwell::: I were to he offered, if Mr. Adams would
$1.49 at stump's.The Sarah Hope, returned Saturday -j I
Assisting :Mrs. Long in serving d> -I Iii.us Gentlemen:-I have heard part ol f agree not to put in any more amendments I-
from visit with her in IHKTIIDAY( PAKTY.
a parents j
suitable weather for haying has Fairburn Ga. I li!i fruit punch and cake were Mesdames ( -, the testimony with reference to th I Mr. Flournoy would agree to

, been taken advantage of by our far- |i Tuesday September 19th. little J. E.: Wilson. W. L. \\'all.Iiss i iDoiis HTount in Madison county and the re-' the same.
I | finder roC :hjvc reported to me fl'omtj't I I :Mr. Adams then said that he would % ,
I Law, Ella May Long and Anv
mers. Lud Wainright has returned Morrell, son of :Mr. and :Mrs. ]H. O. ,
I' e to time. In keeping with the po like to enter into- such an agrees -
{ -- home from Pablo Beach, here he was Smith celebrated! his fifth hhtru'ay by Canova. i -fret I'
North 'I' sitinn I have at ail times taken in this; i I ment unless he knew what later i
i The Morgan cottage on r'.pik'! during the summer at the Ocean ,: inviting a number! of friends, for play ,
1 Church street has undergone some n'i View hoti-1. 'I I aril enjoying of refreshments.:: The COL. JAMES: : IH'NCH TO SI'KAK muter I wish to :.l\hc you that I]I [ amended returns were lit the office of
I 1(10 not desire the benefit' of any bal. :' secretary. of state, whereupon Justice 1'f
i pairs. j; I I children had a fine time and enjoyed ON SrXDAY} SCHOOL \\ 01:1l'xt '. :
: ,! |Lt" or votes that may have been tarn Ellis asked him what that had tn
Mrs. S. T. Dell and little !'on. S. T. ;:; themselves to the utmost. Those present '
,I Messrs. J. T. Wills, Jr., and David It-red with, or may be tainted wit!1 i do with his motion to eliminate Madison -
Jr. will arrive two' 'wningat ,
today to !spend were: Saturday ( seventhirty '
I fraud. Since there has been evident*' : county. Mr. Fhurno.stated i ifs
\ Wills are, on Smith lake fishing this weeks at the home of her father Col. : Ruth and Sammy Fternberp/ Don j i iI at the :Methodist parsonage/ ;:1 ,I
submitted by many substantial citizen! counsel the other fide did not want ,
on
week. '
\\ T. Weeks. Hoover Joe Sistrunk Laurie Tomlhsoi. 1 1i ('ol..Tames II. Hunch District Secretary err
I I (; i T Madison county, which may ca.' to agree to the preposition not to
: ---- i i ., Morris and Elton Dubose. H. C. of the Wesleyan Bible movement :
doubt the integrity of the ballots amendments he did ;
will Malaria Bilious upon make more ,
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l cure or Mrs. J. E. Wilson and little Miss Waters! Jr., Paul Knight, Mary Lee will speak to Sunday school officers Fever.. It lulU the germs.Don't i 'I I I II j I as recounted from !some of thi e I' not care to. Mr. Adams finally stated -
i Virginia Weeks returned Wednesday ad Fred Wynn, Hugh Rrownlee, Jr., and teachers.Col. I
'I I ere,incts Madison I desir that he making
county, was no agreements
morning fron\, a visit in Gainl's\'iIle' Lee Roy and Louise Stewart, Kath- Hunch will also make an address I l'I
miss the carnival tonight. I 'that you, at the proper time, asl I "(1 I propositions to counsel on the
with Mrs.! S. T. Dell. : ryn Waters, Rivey Fralick, George at the :Methodic church next ,
"Laugh and the world \\aughs with I' | leave of the court to amend my petition -other[ side. He had made his motion S
I I :j Johns! Russell! Daniel, Marguerite Livingston Sunday morning at seven o'clock, on I!
you. and the alternative writ issue d 1 to the court striking outIadl:=onI
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The Petite Carnival will be held to-
'I Elise Jones, Julia Canova, Sunday school work. All are cordially ,
'-ig'nt on the lawn surrounding: Ben in'it'd.Read against the state canvassing board &county I ( and it was with the court tot 1'. _
Mrs. J.1.. Jones, of Interlachen, i I Sternberg. I r
eliminate claim benefij decide. '
'to to
J. R. Davis' home. Come out and seethe my any
was a guest, Sunday, of Mrs. Emma 'i .' the which had I Peremptory Writ Issued : r<
recount in tha t
j ( was
freaks in nature. I :MRS. :SWEAT GIVES SILVER TEA. the Bradford County Tel--, I
Richard. I I g-raph-thp home paper. I! county. I make this request withou tj I The court amended without leaving" :I'! :

Friends here will be interested to On Thursday afternoon of last weekat 1---' ("!sting- any reflection upon the officers their seats to accept the motion and :I ". ,

Jlon. N. A. Blitch, of Tallahassee, know that Mr. and :Mrs. B. J. Farmer I her home on East Madison street, I 11 + + + + + "' + + + + + + + + + + who had the custody of the ballot 'I counsel for Mr. Knott at once filed : r

was relatives.in Starke Wednesday, visiting have lately moved from St. Petersburg Mrs G. C. Sweat entertained the ladies + + !boxes between the date of the elec-I I petition for peiemptory writ and the 'i 'j

I, to Jacksonville.Mr. I of the Methodist Missionary Society CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING ;: tion and the date of the recount, al 1 I court ordered that peremptory write j ;' :

and large number of invited } j I' whom have testified in this cas<, issued. .'-4.
Meet me at the Carnival tonightand a 1 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I .
and Mrs. Walter Bryan, of r'Ultth or:asion being silver tea i i to the effect that the ballot boxe 8 Court Warned Press
let us together view the wonderful FOR SALE.-Good horse. D. C. <
attractions ; Archer have been visiting the formers I for the benefit of improvements on Starke. 714tf. were carefully preserved and were no t I Upon opt'ningthi3 morning the i....

parents, Capt. and Mrs S. A. the parsonage.! I 1-----Jones, t'-invu'd with.A court stated that it had been brought I It

Special Sale on Ladies' high grade I Bryan, during the week. I I II Vases of roses and graceful pink FOR SALE-Klondyke strawberry ; possible! doubt having now bee n i' to its attention hat some members of ;'<1

slippers-$1.49 at Stump's. i antignon lent a festive air to the par- plants.! G. C. Cady, R. F. i). Xo ?, .shown! by competent evidence in ,i a the press had misrepresented some oft

i While in town :Miss Minnie E. Neal, I lor where the hostess ushered her Starke 9-1-tf ,I II court of competent jurisdiction agains the evidence and wanted! to brine iI i'
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State President W. C. T. U., was a : n to the attention of the press, particularly ,
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also seated in the
Rev. D. J. Blocker, of DeLand, spent .gi'ests-many were WANTED TO EXCHANGE good f'.
Piles Cured In 6 to 14
Days it 1
"iiest at the homes of Mesdames i). E. I a Tallahassee paper that
Sunday with his mother, Mrs. A. F. hall Pond on the "l'randa.Irs.. Sweat buggy/ for cow and calf. A nice Your druggist will refund money If PAZ : .7'F
i if it
A. Z. Adkins. would itself to contempt
Knight and I subject
the following interesting OINTMENT alls to cureaa.use of Itchini
Brockrneyer. i i ranged black horse! for $75 cash. Mrs. Bessie .
I I I Blind.Bleeding Protruding Piles in 6 to Udayi misrepresented evidence l before the
i program, which was carried out in the McGruder, Hampton, Fla. It. The first application gives Ease and Rest Sft..
Mrs. J. I!'! Mesdames J. P. Tcmlinson and G.I'I indicated I I --, ----- court, or the remarks of court or coun-
M. Mitchell left yesterday order : II
C. Livingston went to Lake But- I Call Read the 'feleeraoh-SI .;><> >e V"KI sel.
over
RENT Store
j for a visit of a few days with friendsin i I Instrumental solo :Mrs. Nell FOR room on i
Jacksonville. Il'r i i l this week to attend the opening Hughes street lately vacated by J. S. Brown ,

'I of the Woman's Club Room. I Apply to J. E. Futch. 8-4-tf. ''

I Vocal "Somewhere a'oice is C:1I1- @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@( ) @
; C L. Moitt and family, of Dinsmore, Mrs. David Wills who has been ill i i I ing"-Mrs. J. F. CanonI \. FOR SALE.=Fine driving horse. I
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I were visiting relatives in Starke the Reading from Missionary Voice"- I God qualities and can be broken to.
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has to visit her mother Mrs. I r'rt
first of the week. gone :Mr. J. W. White. kind of work. E. S. Matthews,
1 | Crown, of Rocky Point, until she fully I I I- any
I Voice, "Mother: \lcCree"-lrs. F. Starke. 8-252t JOB P UNTING
I regains her wonted health.I .
The stucco work on the Odd Fellows II. Long. ---- -
, I I SALE-Good clean Klondjkf
hall has been repaired this week by Voice "The Gypsy Trail"-:Mrs. D. FOR @
Contractor I J. Andrews, nominee for county strawberry plants, by bed or count.

Quigley.No. j commissioner from the Lake Butler- jE.I Knight. T. A. Crawford. Route 1, Starke, @ @) ,
I I Rf'adinJ.Iama's: Little
i Worthington district, was a business BOY"-I Brownlee's place. 9-15141.
666 will cure Chills and Ft'vt'r.I | :Mrs.! Hughes. near
It U visitor to Starke Thursday. I@ @
i; the most speedy remedy we know. Reading, "Lam- nobb '"-Mrs. E. FOR SALE-End cut shingle machine I --s-..-

I t: On Wednesday of last week, a son I No. Annie, when the surveyor on I T. Campbell.At I II capacity 10,000 per dayalso; suitablefor @ r Neatly arH ArtisticallyQ) t
the close of the afternoon, the and
: material
out crate ,
z was born to Mr. and Mrs II. R. Newman the street calls for "high ball, itdoesn't getting

on West Madison street. mean that he is thirsty, only I; hostess assisted by her sister-in-law, Fairbanks oil engine, all in perfect @ I)one...Give Us a Trial! (Qnutljj / i i iI
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that he wants the leveling rod held up. Miss Loca Sweat, and Mrs. Walter order. Practically new; will demon- I r
\ | I' Turner, served cream and cake. When I 1 strate. Write for particulars. J. R. @ <(tj j>
1.\ Levy Fralick, a well known citizen I, 1
of the western part of the county, had Mr. and Mrs G. C. Livingston, I the offerings were counted it was I Dover, Hampton. Fla. 9-lo-2t. (Qi

f business in Starke Friday. Mesdames J.1.. Truby and J. S. i I found that the nice sumof 12.30 had \ ) s9
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formerly
{ : Brown motored over to Green Cove i I been reaped, which completes the FOR"SALE. OR RENT-Place \ ( ) ,
of the debt the society incurred owned by Mrs. West on .,'/
I. airs C. in payment I -
V. Simpson and children of last Saturday morning, returning;

rainesville Mr. are guests of her parents, the afternoon. in in the the summer for improvements Kingsley. Four road acres, just cleared beyond land Powell1still. one" I I lira&t'nrii ((jj 1. [;rlrgr pI! @)i .

and Mrs. Wm. Edwards. I parsonage. I :
dwelling and outbuildings -
Mr. Homer Limbaugh left Tuesdayfor in strawberries I I@ \

Theodore BORX AT FT. LAl'DERDALE. good water. Will sell on ....... ..... -.. "' -.. -j
I Ennis of Tampa, is visiting Atlanta where he will be stu- "
his a convenient terms, or rent. Applyto I ';f !( )f ;f, :( 1( 5"I( i 9QQ,(,QQ\Q( ; ..QQ( )
brother, Gary Ennis, at the dent at the Georgia Technological I I -;_ 'I ) i
v, .. :Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Bryan were I Rev. L. W. Kickliter, Starke.98tf. .
, t "one of Mr. and! Mrs. J. W. Morgan.J. School. He was accompanied by :Mr. I '1
twelve
fine
with -
presented a pound .
J. Futch who to him i ..
E. went see comfortably -
11. Surrency, well known I: boy Friday morning. We hpartilyrong'ratul =
a located. contains
young S.\LE-\Il'at: market; .
tp the proud parents thatit FOR
I farmer of the Graham section, was good refrigerator, block, computing If
i is and we hope he l>e as
a boy may
transacting business in Starke Tues- scales, small refrigerator for fish,
B. Z. MATTHEWS I
,I day. Catarrhal: Deafness Cannot Be Cured handsome as his mother and as wise money drawer, three knives, three :,
i i by local applications, as they cannot reach as his father. We trust that he may steels I
two -
,
,
cleavers
two paper
the diseastd portion of the ear TtureII saws,
t! Special Sale on Men'5 and Boy's and only that one Is way by to a cure constitutional catarrhil' d.'atn r..m SI'1 I imbibe the traditions of the old South stand, eighteen meat hooks and Artesian Veil Driller

: .a Palm Beach suits at Stump's. Catarrhal lii-afrtts Is causal l>y an and not take up the modern ways that other butchering tools, enough wireto
I .. I flamed condition of thi' mucous lining of I I the destruction of the market separate in build-
i I the Euatachian Tube VVh'n this tube U are leading to screen ( 1 have had twenty-four years experience in
I .: The windy weather attendant uponthe | Inflimid: you here, r. rumbling sound (..rImperfect chivalry for which the South was not- ing.! If you want a good market I j
hearing end when It Is entirelyclosed. !
I
I ;; equinoctial season has cooled the ) D<.afmss is,,tt r..It"nl.... the ed. :May the youngman prove a comfort see me. W. R. Strickland, Lawtev, Well drilling in Florida.
.
i Inflammation can 1 1" t. JU(' d and this tubei 9-1-tf-
J atmosphere. This is a welcome stored to Its r ';.1 I rendition! hiarln? to his parents in the afternoonof Fla. -*

ehanjre after the hottest temperature I I! deafntaa mill be destrov artc '. ,r t't"nh Many. which CTS-S of is life.-Ft. Lauderdale Sentinel, -Whenever You Need a General Took j'(' I guarantee to satisfactorily ccxpldc ell 11I I I
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ever experienced here. an Inflamed con < the mucous surfaces 13th. Take Grove'sThe .
.. Sept.
: Hall's f'u..i- .' T" nets thru the j I
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I blood, on the n.u... ,o -1.. t >'<* of the s)sttm Mrs. Bryan Xva" before her marriage! Old Standard Grove's Tasteless -- .CONTRACT : -' ::I

:1 i Roy Edwards, of Gainesville, is We will givei i..:r. il Pnllars: for Miss Fannie Bessent, daughter of Mr. dull Tonic is equally valuable as aGeneral t I .

j here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I; be any cured caw l cf>y l'1\Hall's vt.< :.. ".I,ure.as that Circulars cannot and Mrs. W. A. Bes ent. The many Tonic tonic because propertiesQUININE it contains the Raiford ,-, Florida I
: well known
Wm. Edwards. Mr. Edwards is a free. All F..1.Drupeisis c.HCECO." ; < .. Toledo; O. friends here of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan and IRON. It act-.cn th..' Liver, Drives \ l '.
:1' skilled plumber and will probably I join the Sentinel in its well-wishes for out Malarh. T.i-.r: ", t !: F'n-d a-V
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.r : wove to Starke to practice his trade. Read the Telegraph the youngster. I Builds.P -.i. : '" r-

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; BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. 5-EJ'TEMBEB 22, lJIt1;
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r I n F. ROBBERS LOOT HOMESTEAD BANK; GANG OF BLACKMAIL : FLORIDA FARMER'S WIFE GAINS .:Dr.the Pin Bell1,Tar-Ire-! JCtlittes-Tar- Honey t Cold.2_


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... ;,'I .:'\ I:' ;. '1 TWO POSSEMEN KILLED !IN GLADES EXPERTSARE 28 POUNDS BY TAKING TANLACREVENUE ties forest r raar.d loosentftc It Yfz'the by: "e.ementi-! ar.ti irritated.* ptie of (the p ioitt.-'Pitt.:


't tl ,I I ____ phlegm, ,0n

[a j li l li i r While! Confederates Waited on EIGHT-- -- ---HOUR- DAY MAY ARRESTEDSAID STAMPS NOT f Louis Hartley-Says His Wife severe easier cold and ha what bean promised broker DB.to "p i_ i


I':;: 1 'I i i i .t .': Outside, Two Men Secured PROVE A BOOMERANGTo REQUIRED ANY LONGERTo that stuffed up ft ,,r.g, tight daT !
throat
:: Was Almost a Complete sore ta>- a dose of DRR _
I Over $6,000 and Fled. TO Be Placed Pir.e Tar Hor.ey and .
: HAVE SECURED on Telegrams Bills of prevent J
: t Wreck and Was Too Weak t i'J
the BrotherHoods Is View r ir.g i : hacking :' .;gh
: Lading Notes D *ds" Etc. dragging
( LARGE SUMS OF MONEY :
{ ROBBERS MADE THEIR ESCAPE I of Samuel 0. Dunn, GivenIn --- to Walk. tr.t wT-.ttr. \' : _"rdmggist'jx" '4t
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: I i, : INTO EVERGLADES An Local parties interested }have: received -. -
:1 1 Address. I Plan Was to Compromise Victim* and ..
. A' notices that the
new revenue testimonialsver
i One of the strongest
I' I I Threaten White Slave
J Prose act adopted at the recent session of Full Supply
; ofCOFFLSA.DCASKP.K
'I i Po-e Was Quick! Formt-d and Scour- lIAC4 INAr ISLAND Mich., Sept. given Tar.Iac was given at Bettes
I t cut ions. congress;; ; wert into: effect last night: at
f ine the Countrj-Poe Caught in 1"'.-?amuel 0. Dunn: editor of a rail- midnight, and documents which the Pharmacy Jacksonville! r ce.tlji'j'i

I i road magazine, and who acted in on well known and highly respected; far-
Trap and Two Killed and Two Bad- :; _. .. an documentary; stamps were formerly I
I .J. CHICAGO, Sept. IT.-Eight: members rr.er. who lives at Hogan. j miles! eat All Sizes End
: I I'oundtd Thi-\-s-Capture' required will!] longer lEm.Sir.t Qualities .
) bj resider no carry :
/I : of an alleged! blackmail gang 'f Jacksonville! o!. the ado Beach
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t
'l Boatload of ProtUion.. of Robbers. i ceded the pa--age of the damson lawsuggested d.arzt"ith using the beauty of their bills of:? socn after the European war road. Always on Hand .
I ladings, telegrams, express
-- in a speech here tor.isht MOTien members and the fascinating bills! "Th! ec've said a heap about? Tar.Iac -- .
i notes deed a d"ario s other
:..IIUtI.pt.! 15.-The Bank of//that the dzh -how- law may prove a powers of their male accomplices to instruments! have teen required to aid I've read a let a out i it in the pa- PRICES REASONABLE u

t t Homestead! was robbed!: this afternoon, ,1 oomerar.g to the brotherhoods. He mulct: wealthy men and women out of bear a documentary the denomination pr-:' I he said "but: what it's dare for -
stamp
t i : the roM/ers securing J5,50y.;: Four r.en s-ertej; that the law fixes an: eight-: more than J2J",<)W, are in custody of d pend rg upon the value of r-y wife is the beat of anything I've 11 J. C. CONE

; ir hour day and r.ot an eight-hour Federal authorities here today end heard said about it :I! .
0 0 i a: auto: stopped in fror.t of thekar.k. pay the document. Besides the ; ever fry any paperor L..t J. florid UJ.

s : I I and two of them entered the work day. will be taken to Philadelphia! : for trial.It the securing: of the stamps and expense the: attaching anybody; ard: if all my r.tloorsdidn't Ii -__

: ; lank, one going to a desk; and made :Mr. Dur.n's remarks were addressed: is charged that the chief: offenses and cancelling of them in )Know about it I don't believe! I'd -
accordance -
I I out a check. Both men then went tothe to delegates to the convention: of the occurred in that cty. with the law. was a co'sider.r.e tell you.: for lots of people! wouldn'tbelieve ; .. ....... .+ ...- +!+S

cashier's; Railway: Signal Association: The lard including five men: and : it. .
window
presenting; the cf troullp: !
01 amount! and the! busy;
check. E. Z, Croweil!, assistant cashitr ; "This law' said Mr. Dunn. "does three women, were arrested shortly business men will be glad that !he i? "It's the plain, simple! fact that she
ret, limit the .::mter of hours that !before: midnight last night ky a raid f J.1 R. Davis
called the cashier
and as he steppd r.o longer to be bothered:h this de was as near a complete! wreck as anyperson ,
ry Department: of Justice oifcials: in
forward the robbers railway err ployes nay work in the a
covered them tail. could oe to keep alive and she
day.: It merely limits the number cf fashionable South Side i apartment ho- ;
had gone down till she didn't weigh & Company
hard
hours; that the raiJwajnaj" require tel.] ;
Vut: ninety seven pounds and was so
,.. hem work before They are accused of fleecing! men NEW PACKING HOUSE NEARING .
to it them
robbers secured the money, jumped in pays a weak we had to help her to walk whenwe :
days wage.: In other words, it f.xes and women: of social prominence in COMPLETION.
I. the automobile: and wet down west took her to the hospital. That
an eight-hour Chicago; Baltimore, New York and I INSURANCE
f- d.iar.d not
pay : in
Homestead.
A '
cm : crowd was soon treatment ddr: t cure !her at all and

r gathered and followed, but at thiolo'ir !: : eight: -ho.r work day. Philadelphia; through organized; ef According to H. B. Minium general afl. r she got heck I starts Tcr: .

1. the robbers. have not been cap- .It is certain that under: this; law forts. Their scheme. according! to H. superintendent for Armour: & Company Tan '.c. She's taken seven v'--c-! 'f ..

'f it should te the G. Clalaugh! of the Department of in Florida it will
; \ II I tured.ft upheld railways 0:1)be a matter it and has trained twenty eight poundsfor Starke :-: Florida
I. h'vcto ray: a day's wa'Jr eirt Ju?*:ce. was to compromise their victims cf five or six; weeks before this she ;. ,
; the scales!
--- now tips ; at 125pour.Js. ::?
I HOMESTEAD, Sept. 15-While! two ,, hour work hut i is it r.ot equally obvious and then blackmail: ] them. Impersonation i company's new packing plant in Jacksonville .i+'s+: +r +!+;.i+i4i4A.

'r I that the law prohibits. them fromraying of Department of Justice offi- : : will: re eo:n.eted.! In order

., confederates waited outside in an automobile any: employe in the train ser- cials i is; another charge against! ; themen. that their: readers could: get a line on She had suTered: so tad with stom-

I i f two heavily armed men held ':ice a days wage before he has doneat : They ere said to have used the 'the progress of the construction! work. irf trouble and nervous indigestion! The A A. Andreii
up cffieii-ls cf the State Bank of Homestead ;- hat she could hardly eat anything at :
least eight hours' work;;: It says charrj of the women members; to winattentions Florida Farmer and Homeseeker published -
late today, robbed! the
1 i countersof ; al! without its making her sick and!
:7ht hours, no more and no less, shall from rich men and then to a photograph cf the plant in
$6,000) and escaped in the direction the fact is she
didn't take enough of
I
have threatened their victims with
le the
standard. It would appear : their last issue, which was taken on

;! of the Everglades.! '-r-efcre. that under this pro..ision.if prosecution under the Mann Act. August; :5th.:? The r.epar.t! is lo- nourishment to keep her up. The doctors Mercantile Go
I According to the authorities the OlRaiford
two said she had pellagra, but I do f
0 I I robbers who entered the bank forced the railways should pay any em- Those arrested gave the names of 'ated adjoining the plant of the Armour -
foot know whether! she did
butI
I H. r.. Priden vice ploye a days wage for less than eizht }fer.n.RJ. ell. Edward Donahue, Helen !- : Fertilizer! Works on Talleyrand or not.
president; and E, I do know: that she
H. hours' work they would violate the Evers. Msr. Frances Allen. Mrs avenue with a frontage on the St. was :a nervous
Crowley, cashier to face the wall floe
wreck
; i", 1 with their hands above their heads. AE law and subject: themselves to its pains Edward Donahue, James Christian Johns( river in the norheast part of and perfectly helpless.! ,

the iien left the bank Prigden fired and penalties." Frank Crocker and George Bland the city. The Armour plants are now "She would have dizzy headachesand ---

Many trainmen in alleged director the reached both the pains in her hips and side till she
six shots after them. passenger service of band is still at by Seaboard Air Line ,
it is said, receive full pay for large. and the Atlantic Coast Line railroads Would! hardly stand it. and she was constipated We pay the highest price for(

Posses, gave chase.assisted A by the that Miami police less than eight hours' work. I The chief charge agains tthe band i is :and they also have direct water transportation all the tiT.e. When I brought Cotton. Eggs and all kinds of f
report a racing -
i car containing four women was the alleged!! kidnapping Mrs. Regira via the river to the Atlanticocean. her' back and started her on Mr. coopers Country Produce. .

CANADIAN CENSORS AT VANCOUVER H. Clifford of Dock new medicine: she began to
Philadelphia, one of facilities for the ocean get We
i seen ten mile] west cf here eave rise buy our flour direct from
; fo the belief that the robbers OPEN U. S. NAVY MAILLetter their alleged victims: and wanted as a steamships and river boats are being tetter right away and now her ap-
had the mils! and thereforeina
are
; petite has picked and she has im- ,.
changed Go'err.mer.titness. She was spirited considerably increased at this time, oft up
dress
t
to confuse: the police.
!! Opened Were From Natal Attaches away to Canada it is charged a fording incre sed convenience for rap- proved until she's just like a r.ew position to make YOU better

I: at Hong Kong.IVA5HINGTON. the time: she} was wanted: to testify id and economical transportation.The '''',man. The change is actually the'prices

I Ii Two Poemen Killed.rilAMI. against; the band.Clabaugh talk! of the whole neighborhood forI'
;
3 i 1 new plant! will be in operation OUR FLOUR IS GUARAN

-, i! Sept. 17.-Two posse men Sept. R-On the ). said there were fifteen by, October 19th. It will be up- she's UD and going about all day andshe's TEED. '
were killed and two injured in an en.z : doing all her
known victims the own houseworkwithout
of ar.d that
eve cf Great Britain's: note replyingto gang to-date in every particular, special '
} 1 counter early today in the Everglades the United States protest on mail the amount obtained from thoe'ic; stress being laid on sanitation. Dressing ;- ; the least trouble. We have just bought a venf .-

I :! Utn four bar.dt south for nt.i"rv:> censorship; it was !earned today that turns: will reach probably $250,000. rooms are well ventilated and are "She sleeps! fire at night row and larne assortment of LADIES'OPESS

Irv i; of ?o,000 from the State Bank o'f .' = <"a-ad'ar; ce_:srra: : Vercouvf.British : 540/HV)) was obtained from one person equipped with modern lavatories and nothing she eats ever hurts her and GOODS which i it Wll! "'
Homestead
I. !last Friday. Reports said ar.d S'iS.OO'J' from another, Clabaugh shower baths. the pains and headaches have
The left her
Columbia bed
p fper.edh U sausage room
to ins ect before boy-
;! the bandits .,re,. f. ,rJ ambu=h ar.d pay you
.* ; c: :Navy mail from the Orient. '8'A will! t* one of the most! modern factories < -ireh' Tar.lae has built her up and
!
; then fd.Me.T.ters nn. Our prices are RIGHT.
j The 'ea<:n cpen,d were f.-'n ral :- Authorities refused: to reveal thnames e tote found anywhere. Strictlytptr.di made her strong, and I don't believe
I f of the pc?:? traiithe! of the victims. '}Cere's We have the largest line of
Seme
l \' ] r.rirr.e! at EoC'0:2'! : : and We it was machirery is being install anything in the world: I could

i I Lank robbers r.ear that section of the the ofScial :T.VV stamp. Admiral Benson said are prominent ]ir, political] life ed. All! floors are of cor.crttecor. !gay av.out the medicine !better: than Ladies' nr-d Ven's"SHOES; in
,
z it here Everglade' ; forty-three mile south; of said the matter had been: called who were victimized: while! at the Re- structior., with hot and cold water i in t telling you jut exactly what: it's done the counh. If you need shoe,

much of which is undrained: : apparently T". "he p'v-r.-r; -r of the: State Depart ru-.!:can convention: }here: last June. all department; thu making it sim- for her and letting it go at that. Shn in and I look at Stock. ,.
come
our
I were caught in a trap. Four: During the raid: an elaborate opium r'e!' to will tell! the '
ment.: The rosto ice dr2rnr.er.t: recently carry out Armour's principleof you same thing and so
; j shots M ere heard, followed! cuickly }lyanother. Our line of Men's Hats! are
taro:: found .sit;1
cancelled! the mail c" .tract- via: : was; in one of the apart- cea: Er.es. everybody in the whole neighbor-!:
; Allen! Anderson and W. C. ir.er.ts. !hed.." o-to-date and the prices art
.-iiiivrsun, de British Columbian: ports.To The people! of Jacksonville: and the
iK-nLtT5 w pusse. are
I dead while! Charles R. Williams; surrounding: country are very enthus-! Tirlae! ::: sold! exsluslvelv: in Stlr: ',e !
received DEMANDED: low.We
INCREASE WOULD
3 i five buckshot wojnds: in his left Cure a Cold In One Day MEAN THAT PAY WOULD astir ai-out this plant and eagerlyawait : >hC.. P. Casoi; i i-; Lake Butler hr are headcuarters for

i Tab LAXATIVE BROMO: Qaiaine.! It stops the the cpenirg date October! 11-th -o"1E> !><5or-Mai-e5! Drug; ('''. in Hamn-
side and : STOVES. UtensfcWai's.
arm aid William A"d'r'onwas Cough and Headache ant: works cff the! Cold. BE DOUBLED. CookinQ
I 1 shot DnJ8zi 'S refund money :f it fails to cu>e. and :20th.:? Stockmen are very keenly! ". Iv the Harpton! Pharmacy; inLvt
through the thigh. Williams of
t E. u GROVE 5 5atBre:; 03 each box. :5c. Fi'es and ail kinds
1 wa> said to be seriously;! injured. --- :r.:EI"= :tej over this new industry: re- y by the Cash: Drug: Stnre: !Jai
I Charles! :,!oouV! assistant to the :'rlizin the advar.tazes cf crtl by the Weaver Hardware.Get .
: a Drug Co.
year-round
I l Reorganizing his force. Sheriff DanT a- :I.e di.er'f; the automobile! whilein ;
general manager of the Central 1 of market for their livestock :rod in Worthirgton: l McClellan Tree
.t :: !'die. leader of the pursuers: i i'nir0diattly Homestead so the story of beir.i and the by R. T. Taylor. your

: started after the bandits, aided: tied to a tree is somewhat discounted. Georgia Railway: prepared for the feeding: of cattle hogs; and sheep isrectivirg ". A. .mih. Sampson: Fa!: -Adv.HARRY Saddles from us. also yoff

by scores of men from the habitable! The bank is fully insured, so that the Iorr.ir.ew: ; a table showing the : I!! monthly!: wages of w.e! train crew on eve rbfore in this territory. Armour : FLOYD RUNS AMUCK
section of the country where the bar.k11 lose
not in
at- anmonoy case !!
+- a certain run under the present scale & Company have assured us th "illle WITH A RAZOR.C. Plow H rpe s. Collars,,
tr.ck
took that the
place. Later the bandits robbers are not caught, and y
how much: the increase to the same 1 Brid'es. Leathers traces
in
a position to far Stirrup ,
a
were said to have been seen coming the money: pay price -

rth on the Florida East Coast railway returned crew would! be under the eight-hour: for all livestock offered, so there is H. B. Floyd, formerly a membercf hames. or ?nv other piece

v ": I I ; tracks, en route from Evergladeswater :MIAMI, Sept. IS.-The four: bank day ,with and what time and the percentage a half for of overtime increase duction.r.otHne to be feared from over-pro .he House of representatives from of Harness. WE HAVE THEM

!II I tank toward Florida City. The Frar'lin county, and the writer of
f robbers who robbed the bank of Home- to each of the men would b ,, ALL IN STOCK.
a*t report of them was at 7:15 John Bcekhoi', who will be in chargeof fantastical biographs published in the
t : a. m. s.ejd of ?j.500 in cash Saturday afternoon i j
It In the case of the brakeman, the !' We always have a good sly
wc.s thought Armour & Tampa Tribune
Comnr.y's and
they were without food racking plant other papers :
ar.d shot; gave
and killed Will and
I -having led percentage of increase would be 111.11 in Jacksonville! with himself: : ply of Horse Feed. Cow Feet:
t. a trail through a tangled Allen Henderson in title of superintendent up to a mental tornado which

aJ II rora which made pursuit: difficult. sheriff's posse early a yesterday I'unfightith a pr cent, or more than: double hispresent has arrived in Jacksonville, the Bristol Free Press describes: |I Chicken Feed and our goods
1 morn- !
With
salary. the and
j. flagman
A boat loaded with provisions, and i'' and is busy getting ready to commend Last Sunday morning while and
t a ;
A g ? Everglades station on the Flor- conductor the increase would be pas- prices satisfy.
more
j I' "(':u;:ht to have belonged to the bandits ida East Coast, have made good their than 112 per cent operations by October 19th, the date =:er.ger! on the L. & X. excursion train j i Ask for our Special PriceS

t was found ar.d placed under set for the opening. Mr. Boekhog has on his way to Apalachicola frompoits
escape as originally planned by them the sib
In fol1o..ingtable the first column the
} guard.The. been in the in on Flour. Bacon by
employ of Armour & Co. West;; Florida, Harry Floydran ,
by
l.1'eakingthr: Jgh the
: cordon of : shows what the .
;, ;; reports received here late to- guards and gaining possession of the men receive now.he at their Omaha plant for seventeen amuck and threatened to use his ( Tobaccos. Matches Lard awj
'ecor.d column shows what the
I richt were to the eject that the bandits small' boat the desperadoes had left would be on a basis of en eight hourday pay years, working up from the ground old razor, and probably would have !j Washing Powders another lotS of
had been surrounded in dense floor to the position of assistant: done so had it not been for
; the
su-
a a'
ot miles south of quick
two
c J 4 Everglades with time and one-half for overtime ..u_ necessities.
!swamp: nine miles south perint nder.t. He is of their ilnlOn CI
of
Florida station. This one most mose gentlemen in tne?
:
little boat smoker -
which
the as demanded, and the last col- Get lIS'
; Lard Cans from
; your
City. A
large poe armed with sawed desperadoes had loaded with capable men and a; he is still a young: taking French ]leave.
t -oq: shotguns provisions umn shows the per cent increase demanded ''>, much is The little -we bought before the marts
and rifles gatheredaround :! and prepared for getting expected of him. He affair: occurred just above
away
the swamp from this section in, was discovered : has temporary offices with Amour & Hosford. and Mr. Floyd was arrested advanced and can sell they I
,
I Engineer .8210.00 ? 414.6S & 44 .
The robber on the of the ; Company at :310 West Street. but r.ot disarmed -
day robbery Bay
; :y a posse in charge of C. R. Fergua Fireman 115.50 228.04 97.44 owing to the fact 'EAP.
secured R. D. Siles to take them -. Theodore S. Hatzfield that after he realized what he
I j deputy sheriff. The posse carefully Conductor 143.00 for the past had We will
; .OO3.' 112.36 buy your Synj
; to Homestead. done, he
Before reaching: Horr.ev.i the :every! years with Armour & Company quickly: : handed the to
re-noved batteries in the razor
Flagman _
..: ''' S5.SO E .;j2 112.70 Sweet Potatoes and all ojw l
I 'd trtdrove oJ.h the itia-- boat and then went ]leaving it Tampa. Florida, will be: assistant i a passenger who was asleep! duringthe
away *.
Brakeman .t ;jO 102.
'O 111.11Total
have
ham road to a point several miles melee, or he would COUNTRY PRODUCE you
"'-'ruardd. the statement being made superintendent of the packing not have beenthere.

I south of Homestead, when they: informed .".:"' though plant of Armour & Company. Jack- *to sell. .
men were not on hand to .?> O?.90 $1.231.45' 10 .25
i s Mr. Niles; that they wanted to '.a: guard with the skiff. Thee sonville. Mr. Hatzne'.d'! has been in the It seems that Mr. Floyd had made We bounht our Outing I

i. u;=e hi* automobile: for ab sMax UUJOItpmueH'S! score slack '
nu! tvo hr.-" ; rf 'h:> pose apparently failed employ of Armour & Company aloute'een remark about a lady in :
cheap.r
spring while i it
,. and according to Mr. Xile story took to the:-.h that the bandit; could orate STORM STOPS WATCHES. years in various position* i ithe i' Pen> acola and C. W. Oliver of that was 'S

I 1'im ito the woods ..r.t! tied him to a a boat withcut batteries, or that !sales! department and is well ac- city who was a passenger on the train We are HEADQUARTER

I '" *ree with: a clothe>!line. The part retraced they could row or pole 'h":!" way 4o 'jp.ir.ted with Florida territory and: *nd seated' in the smoker told him :for Furniture and are expects
Mainsprings of
I their w-y! to Homestead where *" *v. lut a dispatch received fy R- within radius I/M'M watches; snapped will make Mr. Boekhof; valuable as- ""at he should not make such remarksAt : a carload: at any time. -:_
the a of mile; of
robbery tco': 'slate then :goirs on n. W.tso"; 'Tin sheriff: Dan Hardie Rfogling. twenty sistant.: this :Mr. Floyd got mad and.In We solicit part of eYbody's ,
s-uth to the point where: Mr. Xiles Okla., durir.e a recent electrical had his "old a
was at trusty"razor in
noon today stated that the display
I desperadv : WEWIU'
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previously! anj loosing; him from theree. had made good their storm. "Thi is not unusual. ed." said the jeweler, "during the He was not taken off by the deputyas business and
escape': ly -
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The party were soon lost to view getting hold of the boat and disap- his'id a jeweler as three men came to storm here but I shouldn't be surprised he was told that he had to te in APPRECIATE YOUR PATRO

,J r* they wended their: way southward. rer-irg down the hty. A boat from counter with "dead"watche;;. "All if 1,000 are out of order in this Carn.bcll? Monday mornins to makea AGE.
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n:: the! Middle! ;
r
West.
All the streams south: were guarded, M.-r".i; i was being fitted up at noon togo in other and probaMy l ,pp'ioAll! : day they have been com- sale cf some' lumber, and he was allowed !- -- J

I ns it is ;supposed the robber;?: hid at southward in pursuit but with a parts of the country, elec- ing to me, and in nearly every case ':: to go on his jO.Jrney.-Z: i

-' : rm?: coin a boat ready for their use four-hour start little hope is given the tric-il time 1 disturbancesplay of the day. I havoc with ws the same: trouble\ '! -a broken mair.-: Springs Truth. The A. D. Andre!

., FS a boat that one of the gars:! i is \-t the local] boat will do good. recall that a sprirg."
a charged with stealing ha : "' any few years ago: ir. Chicago a record Ln-Fos, A Mild Effect*
dsappeared.M 1 i is no outt? in the minds of officials The electrical storm, traveling] from unthrt ft Unr Trade 'i
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t I I". Niles ;said the parties! seemed to ] but what the four have was kept of the number of watches southeast to northwest and passingover ; Don Met Grip nor Dfctnrt tiM Stomach Co. :
1 men broken during an electrical] I* addition to other properties, Laz Pos Mercantile $
storm and -
rfe"tly familiar with
.. that soutk- "-ing! all the time to get aro'l d the Rirglirg! and the Healdton oil] contains Cascara in
acceptable form
number ,
l c-. section. Mr. Xiles is a 69 reached 2,500. All of them Md.! lasted less than a
man he Cape Sable country and this one and a half stimulating Laxative and Tonic. Lax-Fos

i '- "rs old and i it is said: that several '. hrs been: followed in all of the utes.stepped; within: period of fifteen min hour, beginning: about S o'clock, yet acts effectively and does not gripe act THE BRICK STORE. 1

roce! in Homestead recognized him >":,"d.r: to d i|! the number of watches brought in for disturb stomach. At the same time, it aids
i *'I can't tell how digestion,aronses the liver
and
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGC svr\: :

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-- + + + + + + + + + for the rat'fication or rejection of the said 1916. and approved on August 2, 1916 and I declared to be disorderly prn guilty of Mrs. Eunice E. C.noa-Blk 9 Temple add. ply it. A thousand i.ounds of unslak I
+ + + + Joint Resolutions proposing amendments t duly promulgated thereafter in compliance with disorderly conduct within of this I II From SlsUO to 2250.

LEGAL NOTICES + the Constitution of the State of Florida, liz: the provisions therein conlainl. The Town I Section. The owner. agent lessee or prpriej Mrs. Eunice E Canovr-I'enonal From $500 ed lime per acre is as little a? you t
4 met in its of meeting tor of house of ill fame. $.oo.
Cunci rgula I any or to I
should and would l l'e
+ + + + + .. + + + + + + + + + + \ JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an Amendment Town at .:30 o'clock P. M. on the I e or places used a the resort of personsof C. F. Cason-Personal From $1750 to $2500. use, 2,000 pounds 1 !

I, to Section 9 of Article 9 of the 5th day of September. 1916. there being then lewd character .aforesaid shall b considered L A. lJavis-h'ersonal. From $200 to $5110. nearer the right anuu>it. :
.
MASTER'S SALE. State Constitution Relating to Taxationand and there present the following members of .a keeper of a disorderly and : 5!. Darby-Personal. From $3o(>0 to $4' uO. Ground limestone is more desirable ,
Finance. said council : any person upon conviction of being such Robt Demolt-Lt 1236 and frac lots
Votiee a herecy given that under and made by Be it Rewired by the Legislature of the Statecf S. A. Bryan, E S. Matthews, and J. W. keeper of a orderly house, or of frequenting A B '_ add. From ISO) to than burnt limestom Thereforv-
viic ,.f a final decree of forloure. White. or being found in the same shall be punished I $1000.
and entered in a certain cause of pending Bradford in That Florida the following:! ; amendment of Section Absent: J. W. Andrews Jr., and J. C. by fine not eceedinl two hundred and S. B Denmark lot described by deed recorded you can secure it would rtcomind

the CirCuit Cur of Ford.of *aid court. 9 of Article 9 of the Constitution of the State, "Wills. fifty dolar. or prisonment not exeeed.ing in deed book No. 15 paiI 15;. of the ; that you use it in {.rtterence! to' the
County on relating Taxation and Finance. is hereby A: which meeting certain proceedings were or by both such fine and imprisonment -. county records. Frum $910 to $!>IIU.
nadc a' .t rendertd on the 2Kth day of Aug awrtid to to and shall be submitted to the elector had among which were the following towit : in the discretion of the Mayor. I R. M. EI.ron--Lt 3 4 blk 33 L. T. 8 Co's unslaked lime, lecause the grjund 4

*K A. D. 1916. wherein W. G. Seals Ellen ta com S. of the State for adoption or rjetion at Councilman Bryan presented a certain ordi. Passed by the Town Council of Starke i sub. f"rm 400. limestone does not burn out Ihe-: humus -
r a rt ."J Saral E. 'ounl. the next general election hereafter ; that to nance and after its being read by the clerk.mo.ed Florida, this the 5th day of September 1916.1E Wm. Ed\'ards-Ieronal From $311I) to ::11
Airne Ynung. Young. that the rules suspended and the S. in the soil as rap'illy' as the un
young, :t Pollard and Inn I cay that Section 9 of Article 9 of the Constitution b MATTHEWS Mrs. Frern-Lt 2 and 4 blk 10.
R Younn. J. H. unanimous consent of present : Town Council. I From $500 .
Annie i
of the State be amended read mtmlr L' slaked. You should about t'.vice
Hubbard Company. aMrooration. t a
B.
"\ Pollard. and the S. follows obtained to consider the a rad' Attest : A. H. FreemanPersonal.. From $1150 to Uj.e
are defendants the undersund.TYpeeial "Section: 9. There shall be exempt from without referring same to the committee on C. A. FUTCH. I $11110.It. i as much of the gf'II'1lnwtonc' a;
miuster. will Bell before tAe court to the value of five hundred Rules, Laws and Ordinances the said motion Town Clerk S. Fernandiz '., acre S by S tt.W .
taxation boundt of the
r.. \e rd.ff Bradford county. Florid.. unOSD. dollars property to every widow that ha a family being seconded by Ce'uncilman White. The : Approved by me this the 6th day of Sep. by l land of S. A. BI'an. by land of unslakttlml. Jf: you u.f; the

.\Y. OCTOBER sale 2.to the nr.-hest dependent on her for support and to Chairman stated the motion and called for tember. 1916. Mrs. Miller. From $50 to $3.10.Fireproof \ it is bet to
of .ver
Mween the leKal hour of the State an "aye" and vote and the motion prevailed C. F. Garage Personal. From $51111 to
who bona fide resident "nay
.nd bidder for cash the following dejcrib- person a in each said Councilman voting HOOVER.Mayor.. $250.Wm. i take the hard lumps a-j.l put in !piles
been disabled
bt J.rad- and lost a limb or war .
and bein in I
.,| estate MtuaUu and described M- or by ha misfortune." "aye" in favor of the said motion. Thereupon -S-5t.. Mayor. Fibh..J 2'A. E of r in SE'i of SW' and throw a small amount of soil ver
f .rd[ county. Florida. f Councilman Bryan moved that th. ordinance : bounded N by Johns add. by Ry. S bY'
*,.. towit: ,I be adopted the said motion beingseconded NOTICE! I sec line and E by Church st.\also lots 10blk it and let it remain until it crumMes.!

The southeast quarte- of the louthwtt quar.. II I \ JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an amend. by Councilman White and then and I In Cirluit Court. Ju.llal! Circait e f 47 Johns add. From ?-'<"> to *:350.ElUrt Never apply it in thiliimp.. (
of wc'ion "ttffl. l-nd the louthw.t quarter there Iut to a vote of "ayes" and "nays", the Florida. Bradford ceunty.
try of section nen- ment to Svctuma 2. : and 4 of Article VII I Gnann -Lot 3459 Ilk C. Risings add.
of the louth.at quprter north"astiaater of the Constitution of the Stat4 of Florida foil being called the said ordinance "aaunanimously The American host Company. a corI I I From {50 to $-" I
and the north half of the northeast! Relating to Census and Apportionment. adopted by the vote of all members I'rati.n, as ainiinitmor| of the estate I R. O. Gnann Lots I 2 3 blk 27 L. T. & Co'
and the south half of the of the Council each of the mid of G. F. Markillie; HEAVY nmx.
and the Be it Resolved by the Legislature of the Stateof I.rent. a.I.1 From $150 to $500. \ELI 01
ouriter of the northwest quarter members voting "aye. there no totes .
of Florida: Linl \3 P. Hicks -LoU 6 7 blk C Risings
,!outhw t quarter of the northeast quarter of the That the following to the Constitution "nay." each said vote is as follows: M. Lynn Mary J. I inn, Chicago Portrait From $120 to $150. I a.t fl'

.?CtjJfl( t".nty. and of section the north twenly-ne.half lIs of the State am.ndm'nt be, and the "Ayes"-S. A. Bryan E. S. Matthews. J. Company n corporation.: I D. C. Jones-E 21'2 ft of W'2 of lot : and L C. Powell, the i.aml l stores man, 1
northwest Quarter agreed to. and the Lame W.White. Notice to AppearThe 4 blk 19. From $1500 to $20(10.
all same are
hereby
in shal
t.tl'|.. "rru in the ,.uth'ast quarter: be submitted to the of the St.tl "XI< '-Nrnr-. State of Florida to Chicago Portrait D. C. JonesPersonal.. From $3t>n to $;31)1)9. has a field of corn on tho Bessent road, .
twentytwousl el.eol
TownshiP seven south hundred of range and eighty-eiulit the general election in 1916. for ratification or The said o ":fnee is in the (.!! '".:; wu'Js Company a coiroration. Kr'etinl: D. E. Knight--1 lot 70 ft N anr S by 210 ft just across the town limits, which will 1
containing t..o Dejection : and figures to-wit It ha'inl been shown by affidavit that the E and W. bounded Nand by lands of f
acr. more r EVERETT si. JOhNS.-- Section 2 of Article VI i hereby amended Ordinance No. 87. defendant Chicago Portrait Company a cor N. B. Hull. S by Baptist parsonage W by give a very heavy yield. The corn -
"An ordinance confirming the provisions and is non-resident of the State of Flor.
to read a Walnut street. From $2250 to $25 fl.
1thter.Complainants so as praton. in the
Special planted
\. V. LONG. "The Legislature a that convene in they requirements of ordinance number F6 of the that the residence of said defendantis D. E. Kniuht 3'-. acres in SEt, of SEI, and was very dOte rows so
Solicitor. 9.1.t ar 1919 and thereafter.hal consist of onemember i ordinance of Starke. Florida passed on the i in the City of Chicago Illinois and that 1 A in NE'5 of SE'i 29-6-22. From $500 to I close, in fact, that during the drouth
shal day of August. 1916. which provides for there is in the State of Florida
of the Senate frm each county in frt no person S750.O. .
:it
NOTICE OF APPlICATION FOR TAX DEED the State and of one membr of the Houseof I thl construction of certain street improvements the service of subpoena upon whom would R Knight W at NW cor Call and Wal. Was prophesied that the yield

UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER4SS8. Representatives f.m tach county in the in th.Town of Starke. Florida and for bind said defendant.It nut sts and run W on Cal st 149 ft. : in would be next to nothing, but the
: the ai-sessment of portion of the total cost is therefore ordered considered and adjudged .
a
LAWS OF FLORIDA. State for every ten thousand of population to a pt of bI and run f. W ft.
given that D. W. Moore. therein or the major fraction thereof where thereof against 'he property abutting sql that the said defendant, Chicago Portrait S 105 ft. E ft to beg. From to $750. timely showers sa\.d !jhu crop. The

Hereby notice of ,i sale certificates numbered there may he a major fraction left over after fronting the said improvement." Company a eorpration. do appear to F. H. Long--Personal. From $IOlO to $800.J. ears are very large r.iid two
uurehaser and 198 issued by the : dividing the whole number of population of WHEREAS. The Town Counci of the Townof the Complainant's herein S. Mercer Personal. From $50 to $150. most I
rospectively 187. 194. Starke. Florida. first day of before the 9th day of A. D. to the stalk. On one 100 t
spot
for Bradford County. Florida. the county by the number ten thousand : Provided rid on or Oclobr W. N. lurdauruIrronal. From $230 to squarefeet
rat Collector certificates being dated the 3rd that each county shal have at least one .\Ulu.t. 1916. and in pursuance of the Jwer 1916. in default whereof a .' pro con- $500. in area 2 big ears were counted, ;
each of said D. 1914 has filed the said n"I.r1l'ntalhl that county shal have conferred by the Charter of said frssn vv'll be entered against the said Chicago H. G. Mason Personal. From $300 to $750. ;
Jy of August. A. office and has made appli more than anc Rtp..nt.tive in House the general laws of the State of Florida relative Portrait Company a corporation.It A. J. McKinney -Lot 7 hIlt 1 L T. & CoOs only four square feet being required

crifcate in my deed to issue in accordance of Representatives. The members of the House thlr.to. adopted an ordinance providing is further ordered that this notice bepublished add. From $500 to $750.J. to produce
an ear.
utin ta said certificates resi>ectively of Rtpr.tntath.e shall be elected for a term for the construction of certain street improvements in the Bradford County T. Quilly.-Lt 8 blk 6. From $100 to $250.
.ih law.the The following lands in Bradford of two years and the members of the Cenate in the Town of Starke Florida ond a newspaper published at Starke in T.leJrPh.l &Supply Co.--E'j of lot I The crop is still ul- athtrtd. Ex- "
embrace assessed at the date of theissuance hal be elected for a term of four years, except the assessment of a portion of the total cost I county Florida once each week for five con all lots : 5 j 28. From $51)0 to Shill). for
' county. Florida such certificates in the names respectively herenaftcr provided. The election for thereof against the property abutting and I s.'utivt weeks. J. F. Rhodvn- I'l'ronal From $25 to $100.) cept spots where large oak .trets

of hereinafter particularly set forth, members a for each br&rch shall be at the same fronting the said impr'ement. the said or- IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto I P. M. Riggs- 7 talk 27. L T. & sapped and shaded the soil, the; corn
time and places. The term of office of Sen. I dinance being designated as ordinance number set my hand and affixed the seal of our Co's add. From $400 to $250.
to-wit CERTIFICATE: No. 187 embraces the W'i of'I ators elected in 1916 shal expire on the first 86 of the ordinances of the Town of Circuit Court on this the 2nd day of September J. C. WiI--Lt 6 7 blk 16. Temple's add. is heavy everywhere The foddei1 was

and NW'4 of SW i and E'.i of SEV4 Monday in April The term of office Starke : and A. D. 1916. Frm $l0O.In not pulled, and k-ans :were
See. 5. Tp. 8. S. R. 22 E. 140 acres..ssffsed of Senators elected in 1918 from the following WHEREAS. by the provisions of section 9 W. T. WEEKS. accordance with the laws of Florida the .eve
of. SW',.Melrose Manufacturing Co. counties to-wit: Eocambia, Gadaden, of the said ordinance number 86. the town 9-8-51. 'SEAL Clerk. board of aldermen will be in session at 7:30 planted between the ijows.. This, together -

CERTIFICATE No. 194 embraces the SW't Jackson Leon Madison, Lafayette Taylor Columbia clerk was instructed, immediately upon the o'clock, October 9, 1916 to hear any com- with beggar seed and
grass
and LoU 1 2 3 4 Sec. 22, Tp. 8, S. Nassau. Duval Marion. Sumpter. Jefferson. passage and approval thereof by the Town NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. plainu of the owners of said property, if any
of R. NE'i 22 E. 235 acres assessed 1.11 Manu.factoring Lee. Monroe, i'uinam. Volusia. Hamilton. Council and Mayor respectively, to publish I Thl joint boards of county commissioners of I there b. why the valuation of their propertyas will make good pi king for cattle af
Co. Alachua. Broward Liberty Heroando. said ordinance once a week for four consecutive Columbia! and Bradford counties wi receive by the board of aldermen should bechanged. the has been han ested.nOBERTS' .
corn
No. HIS embraces LoU 5 and Pinellas. Brevard. Palm Beach and Levy shall weeks weeks in the Bradford County staled bids for the construction 215 feet tel

CERrIFCATE. S. R. 22 E. 80 acres assessed expire on the first Me r.Jay in April 1921 : all Telcirrar.h. a newspaper published in the Townof of nri.Iire work and 1.300 cubic yards of J.v.. WHITE,
C...s. Manufacturing Co. other Senators to b elected in the year 191S Stark.*. Bradford County, Florida in ord..rthat erarte work across Olustl creek at Clyatt's C. A. FUTCH Chairman pro tern.
Unless said certificates shall be redeemed ac. their term of shal expire on the first the property owner or other persons interested Ford on Di\w Highway between 1I'idtncl Clerk. MEAT CURING ,TUO-

Cord' law. tax deed will issue thereon Monday in April. All members of the might .afforded notice of the Jr. I aid Ellisvlilp. Wednesday.. Oflobr -- CESS. )
the Dg t day of October. A. D. 1916. H.ul of Representatives elected at the gen vi.ia.snd requirements of the sad I 191A. at brides site, said work constructed NOTICE OF I UBLICATION. .
on Witness my official signature and seal this eral election in 1911. their term of office shall mince and have RmJlt. opportunity to prspntobj.ctions according to the! foliowiig plans and U. S. Land Office at Gainesville Florida !
expire the Monday in April. 1921. and thl enforcement of the requirements September 16. 1916.
day of August A. D. 1916. on frt swcifications:
!
the 24h W. T. WEEKS. thereafter the of office of all members of of the said ordinance which said Bids received until 10 o'clock on Notice is hereby given that Colonel N. Shaw B. F. Roberts lately}' killed ole

ISE \LI) Clerk Circuit Court. the House of Representatives shall commenceon objections by the terms of the ordinance were :I saM w:1 b i of Brooker, Florida, .h on July 29. 1913. -hogs. The weather <':;* too warn for
the frt Tuesday after the first Mondayin to he submitted :n writing to the Town Council date.Clearing of Right of Way. mnilr adj..ininl farm ad. No. 012015. >
'.1.51 AI'ri \! auceedinirthe (. .' At the on or before j:30 o'clock P. M.. the Fifth The trees. stumps and all brush shall )1 fi r Lot 5 of Section 10. Township 7 S. Ranle firing :he meat by ir I r nary orOj
election in If20 and thereafter all day of September, l'.U6, specifically and el..ar- cut at I lea-'t two feet below the grate line 20 E. Tallahassee Meridian has filed not'ce but Mr. Roberts h.s of hi*
NOTICE OF ELECTION. I Senators to b elected shall be elected for a I ly Petting forth the reasons any property \iilh of fifty fet and 717 feet long. I of intention to make Three Year Proof to a mtho
term of four 'Ial the t.r to begin on the owner or other oersons interested might have Disposal of Brush. establish claim In the land al't '' l.I..or own that answers the purpose. He
To the Sheriff of Bradford County of the frt Tuesday after the first Monday in April: and desire to urge against the enforcement of AH timers. brush and perishable matterto Register & Receiver, at Gainesville has l 1 with :
I Ug strong far.l
State of Florida: following year. except that when a new the provisions of the said ordinance. be re ned outside of the right of way and ''a. e i the 2nd day of November. 1911. a a mn
Be it known That I. II. Clay Crawford. county is created the Legislature shall at that WHEREAS the said ordinance was published -, 1>:!. d! suitable; for burning I Claimant! na"l as witnesses : plug in the end of th' tube. So-in.1
Secretary of State of the State of Florida. do time fix the length of the term of the firstSenator as .t.o.ai.1 in the Bradford County Teleprajili. Bridge Specifications. 1. :I Malphurs. of Brooke Flnr'da.
hereby give notice that a to be elected therefrom at two or four th" publication tht ref bin made on I P.-'dges to b erected in the following sta- .r S'aw. of Florida. black gunpowder, -slightly dampened,
GENERAL ELECTIONwill years w'th the end in view of keeping the the 4th, 11th, 18th. and 2.'th ) of Aueust. ti-n: : I I I. T. Shnw. of ".Mi.r.> be held in Bradford County. State of lumber of old S"lltOr in balance with the 1916. send the l Florida on Tuesday next succeeding the frt nu-nlxr of the new. WHEREAS. the said Town Counci did inert I 5. a bridge of 40 feet. Stations 9 and ROBT. W. DU'IS.Register.. then a wad of moss, then a handful of

Monday in November, A. D. 1916. the sar: I Section 3 of ..Article VII of the Constitution at the time and place the ordi. 'I 10 a hri\1 of ICO feet. Making a total of The big end of the funnel is
Tuesday the is hereby amended so as to read a fol. I nance1 aforesaid for the purpose of considering all 213 feet. -- --- -- salt
b'inl DAY OF NOVEMBERS Bcturntely)' each and I'er protest that SaM l.rid\1.<.<.. to b. on round piling not BANK STATEMENT. then held near a side of pork or a ham,
S EYENT Senator from the Stateof lowsThe neular session of the Legislature that I m'irht be prp.rl filed against the enforcement I lose than,ten ." dia"lte and set at' !t."K>rt of the cord tion of the BraiKord I the
lnited State six years from March 4. 19'.. shall meet in 1917 shall apportion the repreentation of and requirements of least! three feet in the ground. All IIiD1 to' County Bank at Starkein the state of Flor- and charge.is hnt by means of a

11olda(6) Presidential Ellotr. in the House of Rl'Pr1.ntath'e. as the aid crdinanre. but no person apivarcd or I II lie ft h.nrt. either from yellow eyrTss. ii'a at the close of business Sept. 12th. 1916. match held to a touch-hole in the tube.
For one Representative of ConrnsMonul in th's Article provided, which apportionmflit I presented any objections againa tthe enforcement Three pilings te be set under each cap Resources
District of the State of Florida. hall be based opon the last cersus taken by : thereof : fill. All cap sills to I.t 6x812 feet long and I-'ins on real estate .?--___ __ _$6't.262.6 The following physical and chemical
in the Sixty-fifth Congress of the United the State of .Florida or by the tnitl States Now therefore be it ordained by the Town thepiling fiutten-d I each side to the corresponding Loans on collateral security other processes then take place:
Statti.Pnr. which e.r is the last taken. several Council of the Town of Starke in the State thickness of the cap sis for R' han :real estate -uuu __u _
1.3O.1
Cwernor of the State of Florida. counties of the State, and those that shall of Klori'la : distance of two feet. Clamps 2x6-. flt and All other loans and di.cc.unts _. -_ .OjI01 The shape of tht funnel causes the

For Secretary of State of the State of meet every ten y.ar thereafter Bhal appor- Section 1. That ordinance number R6 of : eight inches Ion to be securely nailed with Overdrafts _--_.__----___--______ 553. salt to scatter r a wide
tion the representation in the Houe of Rep- the ordinances of the Town of Starke. Fl.irid.l.; : 40 prnry nails .on pitch side of the center State. county and municipal bonds. o\ surf.ct
Florida ror Attorney General of the State of Flor. ... .Ial.... in the n.anner in this Article pn- passed on the first dv of August. 1916. by the pilinir and the cap sil Banking house furniture and f"tuJ 21.113.K4 ard it penetrates the >eat. The saltpeter H

i ida. vided which apportionment shall be based upon Town C unci of the Town of Starke. and End! pi'inl to be ff.t apar and flattened Other real estate unnn 5.711.50C' in the fumes of the
powder
of Florida. enumeration taken by the approved August 2. 1916. by the Mayorof 2 feet
For Comptroller of the Stal the last census ns center piling and txtlndinR :'ms and other resources Bradford
For Treasurer of the of Florida. State of Florida. or by the United States, the said Town, be, and the same is hereby I- low the cap sill and a 3 feet county school warrants and scrip IS.847.30 smoke preserves the meat and gives: j
For Superintendent of Public: Instruction of which ever is the last taken before the confirmed. I the flooring of the bridge for banister P"e from incorporated banks __ ._ 1
the State of Florid Hslature so apportioning the representationshall Section 2. That the Clirk is hereby in.tre- 10"1 JOst8. Clamps to be x6-6t- feet long, se- Iek. and exchanges for clearing 32.3.4. 21 red color. The sulphur fume contained -

rrr Cmmisioner of Agriculture of the convene." ed to publish this ordinance in the Bradford .I eUr.ly naIed to pile and cap sill with 40 pen .Ipr cash items _._. __. .nn 1>.92 in the powder smoke kill all
State of Section 4 of Article VII of the Conftitu- County Teleeraph. a newspaper published ny nails. Cash on hand .. _uhnn_____ 7.353.84
For Florda.JUtice of the Supreme Court of ton is hereby amended so as to read as fol. weekly in the Town of Starke. Florida in I' Al bents to be ten feet apart except under ; germs, and the charcoal! fumes smoke

the ?tate of Florida. ows: such manner and for such t'me as is cus- ; foot bridge, which are to b eleven Total ____h__ -- _____ _. ___ __234.753.67Liabilities the meat. The powder being dampened -
For one Railroad Comrr-issiontr of the State "When any new county is created by the tomary in the promulj ation of the ordinances feet long. I I

of Florida. Legislature it shall be entitled to one Senator of the said Town. : Ail .trinll to b 3)1 and to lap one Csntal stork paid in U h__ __--_--J25.000.0fl the volume of smoke is immense,
For State Senator for 15th Senatorial Die.tret and one member of the House of Representaives Section 3. This ordinance shall go into effect -, foot at the joints .aid joints only to be made S"rplu mud __nhn.u____. 10.000.00 and to keep it from discoloring the
of the State of Florida. unt'l the next enumeration provided for immediately upon its passage and approval over cap sills nni securely nailed with 60 ,, UidUiiod I n.s expenses and

For Two Members of the House of Repre- in Section 5. of this Article that shall betaken by the Mayor, the best interest of the penny nails. I I .ax?' .ai plL_ --_ _--_ __ ___ '! 3.1561 I meat the charge i is fired against the
of the State of Florida. after the creation of the said new Town d.'mandinJ it. I Fh'e stringers to be placed under the full IP liv''i' .'-""rite subject to <-heck.ll2.902.0T'ne
Inlath'f skin side. The little holes made
by
For County Judge. county. or until the rext census enumeration Passed on this the 9th day of September length of the bridge. certificates of deposit .u____ 1.3.5.0
Far Sheriff. that shall be taken by the United States "fAmerica 1916. I Flooring to be 2x8-12 feet long. !': Cr-hier's checks 0 ttan.linJ __ 1.1I2.S2 the grains of salt allow the smoke to
For. Clerk of the Circuit Court. after the creation of the said new E. S. MATTHEWS. I. Banister t< b cafled and boxed on two Fiu-ing.s posita n__ un_ un 74058.22
For County Assessor of Taxes. I county. whichever shall the sooner be taken Attest Chairman of Council. ides with 1x6. I penetrate every part of the meat. Mr.

I after the creation of the said new county when c. .\. FUTCH! be placed at the I _
For Tax Collector. I A hub board 1x6 to proper I Total _u_ __ _----_ --_ 23t.753.67 Roberts has used this process fore
For County Superintendent of Public In- t shall b entitled to one member of the Town Clerk. distance.All S.-Ie of Flurda. Count) o{ Bradord. ss :
jtrwtion. louse of Rlprls.ntati\ e"lr ten thousand A..r..r this 6th day' of Septemlwr. 1916. material t b of solid h.alt. pine lum. I i '. .* !!. Ritt cashier of ao'e named irty yearss and has never known it
For Surveyor. of or the major fraction s. F. HOOVER. : do that the stat.-
County ppulation. L bulk. rnl'mny swear ( He is willing to loan his fun-
For Five County Cmmilsioner.Fat hereof other counties." Mayor of Town of Starke. For'.la. \butmfnt. i in\nt i is true to the best of mv 1nm'I.dl( f.i1
Three M.mbr Coulty Board \ JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an amendment I' 9-><-5t. I A standard ti Tiber abutmtnt to be placed nH iielef. J. R. RITCH. rol I to responsible parties.

(' h'blic ". to Section 1 of Article VI of theConstitution at the end of all bridges. I ubscrilied and sworn tn b.fo. me this
ror Justice of the Peace in and for the of the State of Florida a NOTICE OF FISAi DSCHARCE Grade Specifications.The :" t day of September. 1916.
follo-viiu Justice Districts, viz: amended by Joint Resolution No. 2. Acts Six i months after date htrlf tow't. the I grade to b 14 feet wide on top. and i .3 One. of 1P93. Relating to Suffrage and Eligi 14th day of January. 1917. 1 will present mv slope to b I'.j to 1. and the height to b t Notary luLli \ILA1.CI SERIFS
N. Two. bility. vouchers and final account to the HonorableCeo. 10 per above the level of stakes now s.t Corbet Attest : --- I
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No. Three. BE it Resolved b the Legislature of the State A. Gardiner. County Judge of Bradford on survey for rnkale. except in station I' W. T. WEFKS.
No. Four. of Florida: county. Florida a administrator of the estate sair. beginning at of br .Ie. it is O. J. GRIFFIN. Tunston Fears Bandit May Cut Car- :

'. Five. That the following amendment to Section 1 of D. S. Wheeler, deceased, and asked to to be 20 feet wide for 50 feet pas N. T. RITCH Directors. I ranza's Line of Communication.SAN .
No. Six. of Article VI of the Constitution of the State be dischraged as such administrator.This I --- 1
':.. Seven. of Florida be. and the same is hereby agreedto the 14th day of July 1936. sage.A berm of 5 feet to be left on each side of
No. Eight and shal be submitted to the elector of D. W. MANNING. I of original unbroken earth. A I ditches GENT WAS GENTLE. I

Ni>. Nine the the general election in 1916 for Administrator of the estate of D. S. Wheeler, Ire slop from road 1 to 1. I ANTONIO, Sept. 20.-Belief

No. Ten ratification or rejection : deceased -1 1-6mo of SoOO.Ofl will be required of thesuccessful I that Francisco Villa will soon cut the
; Eleven. Section 1. Every male person of the ape of ---- --- bidder before entering into contract I State vs Obdin Gent, charged with :
'a Constable :n and for the folOWIR- ,Ul. twenty-one years and upwards who is a NOTICE OF FINAL JICHARrr for faithful performance of contract I the Carranza line of communications be i
tic* viz: zen of the United States at the time he applies Six months after date I \ vrHlnt thl. The work to L let to the lowest and using profane language on enclosed -
Ditretl. to register shall be deemed a qualifiedelector Hon. GH>. A. Gardiner as County Judge tf( best bidd.r.ao'e but the Jar< reserve the right premises of Sarah Scott, both tween Chihuahua City and Juarez, if

Number Two. at all elections under the Constitution Bradford county, Florida my ,'ouchtr mil to reject any and 'I he has not already done so, was suggested :
vumber Three. of the State of. Florida provided that he posM final accounts as Administratrix of the t'alt. All bidder are requested to show separate parties being colored, was tried before ,
Number Four. C..s ,'.. 'winl qUlcatoD of S. J. Sternburg. late of Bradford county amounts for bridge: work and for grade work. Judge Gardiner Tuesday. Sarah by Major-General Funston today j

Number He shall his permanent Flor'da. deceased and ask to b dischargedas J. B. CREWS. I after he had .read the report onVilla's ;
Vumber Fve. home and place of abode in the State of such Administratrix.This ; Chairman Boar County Commissioners. Bradford Ct objected to Gent coming to see

Number Seven. Florda for one year and in the county where the 18th day of Au"ust. 191fi. i her daughter and had told another Chihuahua engagement. received t .
Number E rbt in he applies to register for six months previous ANGIE STRSBURG. i,! Per D. W. PINHOLSTER, Pro Tern I from Bri Dell at El
Number thert. "Administratrix of the etate SI"rl. 91531. party what she thought of Gent. T' Brigadier-General .l
able to read wrtte and interpret burg. deceased. a Paso. J
Number Ten. He ,
mWt .I..6m -
came he went
of the DEED to the ears, and I
Dumber Eleven.In any Section of the Constitution -- NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORCAX later's Stories General Per- 1
test'mony Thereof. I have hereunto let State of Florida at tho time he applies to rep- NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE I TXDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER : to the house of the mother ih his inam-I gained by
my hand and afixl th Great Seal of the later and vote. Six months after th> date. to-wit on tht. 4S81. LAWS OF FLORIDA. I shing's forces in the interior were that
Fete of Talahase the Capital. He must own in hU own right property to 29th day of Januar. 1917 I will present tc Hi roby notice is given that W. M. Wainwritht -' 'ata Saturday t see about the mat ;
thi the y AUKut. A. D. the value of not less than five hundred dollars the GerJe A. Gardiner as Counts purchaser of tax sale certificates num- ter. He was unceremoniously run out General Carranza forces were driven -

1911 which fact shall be deternvned only by Judge of Bradford Cmuty. Florida my vouchers bered respectively 129 and 174. issued by the' out of Chihuahua City in Villa's Sat- j.
H. CLAY CRAWFORDD. the assessment books of the county at the and final accounts as executor of the last Tax Collector for Bradford county Florida, of the yard by both mother and daugh- ,

(L. S.) Secretary of State. time he applies to repieter and vote. 'I.'wi and testament of W. H. Ri.tr d.en-ed., ,I each of said certificates being dated the 3rd The witnesses for the state swore I urday attack and that they took

To S. I DENMARK Sheriff, Bradford He must not ha"t been convicted previous ask to be discharged a such executor. day of August A. D. 1914. has filed the ..aidc.rlifrall I. T. tion on a large hill outside the st'I'
County. 9-1- to the time he applies to register or vote of I This the fist day of July. 1916.J. in my office and has made appl- .4Vt Gent used cuss words on the oc- ;

larceny robbery forgery perjury or bribr E. FUTCH.Fveciitor canon tax Jeed to issue in accordance I he might have been excused from necessity at'd not from
in any of the courts of any State or of the last Will and Testament ol with law. The said certificates respectively ion-and
NOTICE OF APlM1CATIOV FOR TAX DEED States, If he must W. H. 7-28-fimo. in Bradford his witnesses as previous reports -aid.
United or so convicl. Rh'tr. del.a.l. embrace the lands for doing so-but own '
UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER > restored to of citizen folo.inl date f the The facto
been the had to
ia-e --- -- County. ed at (> I!I de troops ue artillery -
Florda. ase he did Th"i
4888. LAWS OF FLORIDA. that not.
ship. NOTICE OF APP ICATIOV FOR T\X DEED. issuance certificates in the names res.ectieely swore
Notice is hereby given' that B. t Hall Provided however. That no lon or lin. UXP-ER SECTION t OF CHAPTER. hereinafter part'eularly tet forth :I jury returned a verdict of not guilt-/. to dislodge the Villa troops .
purchaser of Tax C.Hilcat. No. Ifl. dated scpndant of any such person 'a was on 4'Sf>. LAWS FLORIDA. toit : I i from the town and conditions ore even r :
the Srd day of A UK us t. 1914. fled ; January first ixfl", or prior thereto entitled Notice is hereby given that Wm. Edwards.purchaser Certificate No. 129 embraces the S\\'i ofSKI1 ; A. S. Crews, Esq., prosecuted the :
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*v.l certificate in my oficI and ha to vote under the Constitution and laws of of Tax C. rifcat. No. 172. dated Sec. 3; Tp. 6, S. R 22 E., 40( acres as.M.MI i:j and Everett M. John, Esq., rpp- more serious than were admitted by
.i| ance with law. Said c.rifcat.embraces thef"Ilewing 'I. rt<- uni'er any form go"ernment or an- said certificate in my (ffice and has made an. Certificate 1 No. 174 embraces the NE'i ofNE' resented the defendant. I II ;
di-FCnlx-d: vnitrty in Bradr naturalized citizen or his 'nl county. Flo.-'da. to-wit : denied the right to register and vote b with law. Sad certificate embraces the fol 5OId L. M. Little. : down there/' said the enral. .
SWI4 of SEi,. S.c. 25 Tp. '. S. R. 21 E. cause he shall not be tle to read write lo\inl dcscrb"d property tuattd in Brad- > I'nUss sad; shall lee redeemed I lOTO APPLY LIME.
c.rifeatP '
4;t acres. The said land beitut assessed at the interpret any Section of the Constitut'on of county. Florida, to-wit : S'. of NE'i according to law tax dl'd will issue thereon General Bell's report was that \ !lh'

"a'. of isuunee of such certificate in the the State of Florida a ao1 provided or be e-f SE1 ,. ?ec. 10. Tp. 7. S. R. 22 E.. 40 acres. an the Ifith day of October. A. i>. 1916. I II I -- force last Sunday was estimated at
. Dame of N. I'. Cautt-en. cal't he shall not own property cf the valueabove The said land beinir assessed. at the date of! \', itm-.s my official signature and seal this [ A lartr proportion of the lard of ,
Unless said certificate; shall b n'd'lm..1 ac. specified : naturalized citizens of the ISisfuarce of such certificate in the name i the 24th day of August, A.. D. 1916. I I from 500 to 700 men. General Fun-
. eorinl to law tax deed issue thereon United State howe-'rr. at t"e time they apply <-f T. M. Little.I'rless I I W. T. WEEKS. I I[ thE South needs lime, but no one cm
2nd of A. D. 1916. shall be admitted to register : ston believes this force has grown after -
.. day Oet"br. and before they I said crrtifira'e shall redeemed a"- SF"lI.i Clerk Circu Court.i
: ;i whether the land needs it not
Witness my of t-innattire and seal this shall present to the registration officer certificate cording to law. tax dtr issue ther or I i I 11.15- t. 1 tel or the Chihualua battle. He- said ,
;, the 29th day August, A. D. 3916. of his natural zation. or a duly authenticated on the ith day of A. D. 1916. until it is tested. It is likely that it
"I' W. T. WEEKS. copy thlrlf. Witness my official "' naturp and seal this 1---- I I that in this case the 1 logical step for

"t r' -' Circuit Court. Bradford County. F'*. Section 2. Upon the adoption of this amendment the 6th day of September. .A. D. 19fi. i PUBLIC changed NOTICE.by the Board ', doe., hut the proper thing for you to to take would (he the severing' of
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of
(SEAL) to the Constitution. the shall W. T. WEEKS List a ".m.nt I I 1 Via
< 9-1-51 the experiment
I.islaturl Equalization of the Town of Starke. Flor- do is to send a sample to
of
of communications between
enact appropriate laws to purpose 9--Jt.; ( SEAL Clerk! Circuit "",. for the line
rarr ( Ida. upon the real and personal prry I station at Raleigh and ask them
l into
of this amendment r
NOTICE OF ELECTION I I'.ilfi. filed with the cl.rl for publication according -: Chihuahua: and Juarez. Thh would ;
, The vote cast in compliance with the proposed ORDINANCE NO. h. I to rte"t it ad see if it is sour. Then, .
i. and the declaration section ISO of thro law. give hiii control of the Mexico North- 11
WHEREAS. The of under amendments (.n'158. .rd'nanct a-tn.jnl ., W. Andrews SonCom at SW corner
5 ., th Omst'tution of I..ilatu.. tate 195. FlorJ. and returns th.f shall be subjected <): did three Joint Resolutions to the and restrictions as Town of Starke, relating to houses of Cal ant. dur- wC.er .anr.
J. 1. pass "rpl' same i 115 E 175 ft, N ft to 11'1. Fi'.m lime. It can be applied anytime
amendments to the Constitution tle provided by law for l.nerl e-lect'ons in fame. 1 I f. ((!, 'be c "risto the north would
.r 1750.
K- S'ate of Florida and the same were aem-d toh the State of FlonHn. I Be it nrdain.r and enated bv the aH'Ti'', J.f251). Andrews & Son Lt 1 blk I. J. S. I I ir.g the year, but preferably should be Lave .) -4nt.. ,.
j a vote of thr-fifth of the numbersv IN TESTIMONY WHEREOf. I of the Town { Starke in council assembled : From $5' .) $.0.). four months before '
.1 : Jones'adl to
.(.d 'o ho\t: that votis on said have hereunto set my hand and Section 1. That the said section 11.} of th< & Son--blk 29. From *105') applied two ___ ___ *
1
W. Andrews
Seal of the "Ce"fed Ordinances of a Nature .r l J. the Fall of the '
J.nt; Resolutions entered upon their affixed the Great G.nerl planting crop. ye3ri 1
Y'lr r'lth'e .
*1250.j.
S| Journals with the yeas and I.YS (SEAL State .of Florida at Tallahassee the Town of tarke" relating to houses ci 1 I r to Afraret--I'ersoral. From f?sl) to J4GOOA JuddSouthern Oxtn Cavalry Righnctt &
M. time Orange
i" fame, hereby 's amended so to read a'; i a good says ,,
f-'reon. and they did determ'ne and dirt the Capitol. this the tw-nty- a I. Mtarez-- h'cr'onal. Fnm f tAO to yfiIIO. I Madagascar has the unique distiafr i
I"at the raid mittrii fifth day of July. A. D. 1916. fellows: fl
Joint Resolutions su! 'I Xilert lronke-SWi4 of SEll of NE. 2622.. Farming.
to the CLAY CRAWFORD.. S ton 110. HOUSES OF ILL F tion of possesslcg the only oxen carlry -
General H.
electors of the State at the \ 'r.-- blk n.
lots 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 of
I We 42 and L broadcast and
Election! in November. 1916. 8-4-14t Secretary of State. Every house of ill fame and any house d\fl., ;! T. Co's add. From JWft to norA ,/ I It should be applied $ regiment in the world. Th

NOW THEREFORE I. H. CLAY CRAW. "ic room. prc"ies ( other i1are! with'l', Brorke--Pt'?onal. From t2 to f2.5. harrowed in. The best way to applyit unhealthy for horses 14.
climate
Is
tvf 'iir; .f pid tf n. used for t1"' \'rt BO
, FORD. Secretary of State of the State of PUBLIC NOTICE. { 'r" 1 From .T21) to J2000.
. Florida do hereby tie notice that a Starke. Florida. Council Chamber. September rr. pmMiPrtifi. o* ':ne>wi or nrtor'mHy r"t.d i. Pr"'n-llr.nal! 3 Ilk 35 T. Co's is with a lime spreader, but if youdon't that some sub titBt? had to be found.
W. &
hr of ; I! I'ar-Iot. L
er e-'
I GENERAL ELECTION 5. 191fi. 0 t' 'nr Tr"tt.t scatter it trained to maneu
to SSOfl. have this. can wiJ The have beet
f sill be held in each county In Florida or BE IT REMEMBERED that at a meet ng sons. of !nvd character pnd t*" same i i' .uFrm T. CosI you oxen ;
' Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday iniovembe of the Town Council of the Town of Starke. > .. Jx'red to be a disorderly! houso darfou -<. PaY Bone-Lots 3 4 to 12 tl0.blk 14. L & shovel or by hand. Most people ver with F'irK'i--: e. :.1.! but, of

A. D. 191S the said Tuesday being Bradford County. Florida held in puuanct ? to the peace and morals c' t"t Towir .1. |' ,0. ft.m IIII Cenoca-Leets 4 5 6 7 blk : little lime when they do a'I'.T' course r.rn ... ..t s---. ily
Florence! too
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th of Ordinance number F8 of the Ordin.nte of "- '1 """on Jpp:, v. rca ding in. frq'J.nt. f. E. From $3500 to $4< apply !
SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER said Town passed on the first day of August. in:. eat any tme: found in same, are htreLj, 1 Matthews '


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-. n; .t. \. .t" ; 'J I Mrs E. D. Futch and nephew, Mas- ed in a color scheme of green and :Minday: there being no less than eight October 16th, on account of the
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.. 1>' \ "..Y'JMII -.w.u.i' '*'* :, t Markillie Johnson, are visiting rel- gold, the club colors. A number of interesting hundred people present. I amount of v\l rk jet to be done'oai
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\ I atives in Lawtey this week. contests and charades were )11;. Crews Wainwright, who madea farms. -t
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I Mrs. C. B. Cason was a business vis- enjoyed in the early part of the after- crop at Sapp Station passed throughur We wonder if the voters in

L ( t tl County News Items 1 : itor to Starke Tuesday. j noon. Tables were then arranged anda berg Tuesday bound' for Clay cinct have thought about registernta our p

,I!, :Mr. W. L. Denham, of Gainesville, delicious salad course, consisting of county at which place he expects to in order to assist In settling the
Catte
: N t : was transacting business here Tues- chicken salad, potato chips, cheese eside.! Knott controversy ? ;

I !' I day. straws, sandwiches and pickles, with Mr. Cleveland Mott has purchasedi
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I Interesting Facts Gathered During the Week by Our This section Bradford is in a gf
: ..i i j coffee and whipped cream were sen1- : tine horse. I
., ; i, Regular Correspondents. ". ed. :Mrs. Annie Leah Davis of this place, condition to put on a creditable -Jito) ,
', !' !' ; ; !) ?> !' ( 1> it at the conirgrail'. Who
will
",, I. 'V' C 1: Those present on this occasion were celebrated her birthday last Wednesday a part? tea

i .. LAKE UUTLEK. i' i Mesdames H. N. Stanton, J. E. :Mains by picking 09 pounds of Sea Island j
; I The sing at Mrs. T. J.i.esday .
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1'. B. Moring, T. J. Townsend, W. M. 1 1Overstrcet cotton. Ioores Wt4,
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$ 1 . . eWningtik,-
/.' ; !' 1 t> t' o ;} :' of "The Old Ti
6) 0 Seeber King, P. >1. Pad Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Clemons, near

BROOKER.Mi.s o KAIFORD. It is almost a positive fact that our : gett, H. J. Stewart, W. II. Bailey, William Brroker: visited their! son, E. II. Cle- ; Religion," was good: enough for 1I1t.1I

..' 0A .. i town has a 'bright future" in the Johnson, J. X. Cain, S. A. Draper ;mons, last: Sunday. I j Mr. A. A. Wainwright and bride

1 [ .. ooooa <> co .' :. $ <;. 5) <*v ;. $> i. <$ < form of electric lights. Our enthusiastic A. C. Strickland, R. E. Dell, and J. I' There was baptism at the springs ,' be took an excursion Sunday after:_

1 j Xettie Maines of Louise, was lion. A. I). Andrews was a business i citizens are waking up at last H-mlinson: G. C. Livingston and W. J. ;Sunday morning by the Primitive noon.

I theg nest of Miss Mary Collins last visitor to Jacksonville Thursday. *to realize that all towns have to have Epperson! of Starke, and Misses Irene Baptists.Mr. j I' There i is a dis-oa; doing a consider

: week. :Miss Mae Dees, of :Mayo, is visiting modern conveniences before they prow Edwards and Marshall Proctor.LAWTEY. : Levy Sweat made a flying tripto able amount of injury to the p ecQ

j Mr.[ R.V.. Pinholster, fif Tarpon i in the home of Mr. and :Mrs. T. B. to be cities. Just imagine for one -.-'!-.-t'--. i> i' the county hub Tuesday to see industry in this vicinity. ti4G00

Springs, visited friends in Brooker 1 Handley here. minute the difference in our town in 4 about some cow hides he had shipped -------- -

last: week. Mr.[ II. C. Richard was a business darkness and well lighted! Then, ,;, \ lately.G. '! .. ( < > ..

Mrs. H. L. Lewis and children returned visitor to Raiford Tuesday.Mrs. J imagine again how fast the town will W. Richardson and Rev. W. R.

;. ,I home Sunday, after spending : R. J. Greene is visiting her grow, with peonle starting businessand o. i 4 P.hoden of Baker county, attended LI rTI.E SPRINGS. ,'

f. : .' a couple of weeks with relatives at ]parents in Live Oak this week. buying homes, all together make A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. A. church here the latter part of last I >, It
;: times good for everybody. Last weekwe week. C E'4Ov4440 < > t ..
Orange Heights and Waldo B. D. Kelly visited Olustee and several J. Lowery last Sunday.Mrs.
e l Mr. Jno. Shaw, Jr., visited friends other points in Baker county this heard a business man of Palatkasay M. M. Fryer, of Starke, was Everybody invited to attend the The several gins in and around on

in Starke the first of the week. week. "Just as soon as Lake Butler in Lawtey last Friday in attendanceat Sacred Harp sing at Union next Sun- vicinity are busily engaged in ginning

: i :Mr. 1'. M. Barefoot and.. family, :Mr. Mr.[ T. B. Handley l was a business |gets lights I am going to start a big the dedication and laying of the
1. I i I l Lawton Surrency and family and :Mr. visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday.T. business there." Ako said "That cornerstone of the Woman's club- Richard Raulerson, of Glen St. I son.Mrs.

I t"i : i( Fred Hazen motored over to Miller J. Andrews was selling cotton town needs a hustling man, not afraidto house. :Marys, visited his mother, :Mrs. Raul- : R. A. fliers returned thUll'I .

; i last Sunday and attended church services and trading here Thursday.Mr. spend his money for its improve :Mrs. J. C. Adkins and little daughter erson, last Sunday. 'I day from a pleasant visit with rel*.

11 1 : at that place. Earl Whitten spent Sunday with ment"' : of Gainesville., spent several days W. H. Johnson made a trip to Jacksonville tives. at :Maccler.ny.A .

1.t. : : :Miss Loca Anderson, of Raiford, j friends in Starke. The daily conversation is the October last week here at the home of :Mrs. this week with a load of pro- number of Little Springs folk

\, i .1} spent I last week in Brooker, the guest Mr. H. W. Raiford left Sunday for J fair. Every citizen in the county f :M. E. Edward duce. attended char 'h services at Wortb .'

' I of her aunt, Mrs. T. C. Hazen. ]Lake Park. Ga., to visit Mrs. Raiford, should do all in their power to make A daughter was born to :Mr. and M
I. ; ; Mr. Dewey Pinholster and sister, who is seriously ill at their home at the fair a great success. Let each Mrs. J. Q. Futch last Sunday.Rev < to business here Tuesday last. Henry Dukes, who has been iJf

i. :Miss Lou Amanda, of Lake Butler, attended that place. i town in the county be well advertisedand P.. A. Carmine, district sup'rft'ndent ,, Rev. J. E. J. Wainwright has closed ,' for the past few weeks, seems to get

I i church services at the Baptist :Mrs. A. F. Crawford, of Jacksonville : highly represented. "-> of Jacksonville district, St. the first quarter (ten days) of singing no better. His many friends trulJ '

i church here last Saturday. is visiting her parents, :Mr. and The High School is filled with pupils .ir has River Conference of the M. E. school at Salem, Clay county, and reports -I hope for his permanent recovEry., ,

:0'i Mr. Julian Collins motored to :Mon- ;Mrs. L. Sapp, here this week. and they are doing a good work. Sev- church, preached at Grace church; last that his class is progressing I 1

I teocha l last Sunday and spent the day :Messrs. Ernest Wells and ,Everett 'eral of the students come from other Friday evening. The third quarterly Read Books in Old Days. ..

"I with friends. ;Rowe, of Lawtey, were business visi- states to attend school[ in our .quiet, conference was held immediately after fine.Mrs.. Pete Parmenter, who has beenin "The kind of books people read u.

:Miss Cordia Anderson left last j tors here Tuesday. I beautiful town. the preaching services. Hamilton county among relatives allays la rather startling." "Yes* rt"

I : where she will Miss Annie Hasken, of Tennessee, :Mr. Mrs. A. A. Smith piled Mrs. Mcdudley, "but I hays ay-
Sunday for Leesburg J. E. J. Wainwright, of Heilbronn, p and spent since July 1st, is back in the home of
!i' I spend the winter with her sister, :Mrs. was hauling cotton to the Andrews came Sunday to accept a place in the j Sunday with relatives at Kingsley J. L. Parmenter, where she will con- doubts whether read folks'em.stop dancln' bag
y enough to When I TM,
I I T. G. Futch. ,gins Saturday. .I school as teacher. i iI 1 lake. tinue to reside. young we used to red books and pie;
I :Mrs. Roy Godwin and three child Gov. Park Trammell and lion. W. Miss Marguerite Lowery, of :Mississippi -J i Mr. P. D. Franklin, representing the The trustees of our school have decided tend we dlda'L Now people pret4.

dren, of Webster, are visiting at theI' A. :McRae, commissioner of agriculture ; came Sunday to attend our -'ea Island Cotton Gin Company, of to prolong the vacation until they read 'eu and ricn't"

F home of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Matheny.Rev. were visitors to the State Farm High School. I jj Vidalia, Ga., was transacting businessin _..
I' U. ,Y. Everton, of Fletcher, i here Saturday. j I Mr. H. J. Stewart has bought a Lawtey last Friday and Saturday. -
preached to a large audience at the :Mr. N. E. Roberts, of Worthington, i handsome: Willis-Knight touring car, A daughter was born to :Mr. and + !+;.;. !. .;.!.!.; .;.!.'!.!.!.!.!+ .. .!. !. !.!. .tt

I Baptist church Sunday morning andevening. has bought the Will Andrews propI I aloIr.. S.1.. Carver has bought a Mrs. Steve Starling Sunday.Col. .

I I t ,erty on Division street. ,, ;Ford automobile. We do not see many J. C. Adkins, of Gainesville, : .AL.CREVS V I

t i :Mr. Charles Bloodsworth was visiting horses pulling vehicles these days. The spent Sunday at the home of :Mrs. :M. ,

i ... !' j I .' .. I Dr. J. P. Tomlinson and Mrs. Tom-
day. Postmaster R. B. Jackson was transacting HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY
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i ; HIGHLAND. ( linson, also Mr. George Livingston and I business in Starke Tuesday.
t, Mr. and :Mrs. W. M. Whitten and SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
:'olr5. Livingston and Mrs. W. J. Ep Mr. T. D. Weaver business
was
:Mr. Earl Whitten drove to :Middle-- a
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0
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person were in town Tuesday. The visitor to Jacksonville last Saturday. '
I burg Tuesday.
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RAIFORD FLORIDA
Regular: monthly preaching was :Misses Loca Anderson returned on good ladies attended the "Mothers' Presiding Elder II. G. Davis, of the i
'j I I held at the Highland Baptist church Club" social in honor of :Mrs. A. R. .
from Brooker, where she has M. E. church, South, preached at the
"..0 .'Ir 1 Saturday morning and Sunday. Rev. been mday' visiting relatives. Ware, while the gentlemen attendedto I town hall last Sunday evening. ... .;. . ... ... .. .. .-'. + ....
II : James Strickland, of Welborn, directed -
f I;I }I': the services.Mr. J. II. Denmark is building a new business. i :Mr. Henan Wynn, of Hampton, was;: <:!'!'-H'..!. ,!>H.1.H..H..H.H.+H. > .H+!'!,!.H.. '!. H'H+ .H'!'44 "
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: Little Anna Lee Wilson
\, fence in front of his home on Central' of Colum- in Lawtey last Saturday on business. .
: Gilbert H. Barker of Jacksonville TRADE: MARK REGISTEREDPHOSLIME
bia is :
avenue. spending a week with her Rev. T. B. Lawrence was transacting :
: i was a week-end guest of :Mr. brother :Mr.
Ray Wilson. business in Sanford the first of
Mr. J. A. Brooks drove his car to
: and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly.Miss :Miss Bessie Chancey, of Lake ,
City
'r',sonville Sunday and returned to the week. I I
: Lunette who has
I Register
xir'ted friend here Tuesday. 1
Raiford Tuesday.: :Mr. Heniy Durne '. who has .been
I been the attractive of :Miss 1 \,
guest ;
Air. Pinholster who
Dewey is teaching
J. II. Wainwright, of Heilbronn at Perry for the past two or three .
I. I I Po,:*h Wimberly for a week, returned -. Florabome FOR j
: t visited his '
I Springs, was selling cotton in town par'ntsSunday. months in business, is spending this
t to her home at Starke Saturday. .
Saturday. week with relatives here. : VEGETABLES"Uted
'j I r Mr. Joel R. Padgett, representing :Messrs. Sidney Padgett and Low- :Mr. Bennett is .
t transacting
. 4 Mr. F. :M. Rivers, of Lake Butler, Henry ;
Stringfellow-Padgett Co., of Jackson- was a business visitor Friday. ell'Ilodges left Sunday to attend the business in Ocala this week. .. your Phoslime alone on corn past sia. on, well pleased

I '-isle! was calling' on our merchants I Mrs. J. II. Denmark and little son Gainesville University.Mr. Marshal L. L. Sapp was in Starke :: with the results, in keeping the corn green, glowing tall, earing !
W pdnesda "
.. 1 "'d I daughter spending the week : and Mr.'. .Jack Chancey are rejoicing last Saturday on business. '
are
well. Ears
large fully
were developed, hanging heavy on
Mrs. Robert Crews left for ::
1 Friday 1 ., Stark the guests of Sheriff and over the arrival of a fine son. :Mr. W. L. Wall, of Starke, was in stalk.j
Brooker: where she will visit relatives :Mr. Kasper Duncan left Tuesdayfor corn by the side of it not having any fertilizer, very inferior, fail-
:or t'''. S. B. Denmark.J. ;wtey Wednesday on business.. 1
I ":.. for several weeks. I Hampton Jones, of Callahan ii is Southland, where he will enter the Deputy: Sheriff: :M. Cameron, of vegetables, sweet and Irish potatoes, gave good satisfaction." ':.Y
Mrs H. C. Wimberly and Miss[ Ethel
.visiting: in Raiford this week. Sutherland College.! / Starke, was a visitor to Lawtey Sat-
..M. i Ricks were shopping in the :'oletropoi i j! Miss: Dora Johnson made a business Misses! Thelma Si-hell, Elvie Fowler irday.: :; IMMEDIATE DELIVERY .s

! S ;, lis Thursday. trip t- *>':II'kf' Tuesdpv.I : i-ijtl :Mr. Carl Alderman are among Mr. L. II. Hill was a business: visitor I
r :Mr.[ G. E. Wilkinson was a visitorto : i I 'J r. E. M. Grnter is visiting with the ones that left Wednesday for Lake to Starke :Monday. :. Prices F. O. B. Phoslime, Fla., In Bags .1 J

I i, Lawtey Sunday. 1 :ills;; parents and other relatives this City to enter Columbia College. ;i: Mrs. J. McLeod: was a visitor to ." .-- !
: W. F. Grand and H. C. .. .
Wimberly Mrs. T. E.
week in Raiford. |' Waldrup and daughter, Starke last CARLOAD LESS CARLOAD
THAN
i attended a Masonic meeting at Baldwin I Grace Friday.i--- f
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'i :Mr. and :Mrs. Jud Knight, of Lake returned Saturday from an en- .:' i
:: .' Monday ni ht. Butler, were visiting their daughter, 'ovahle trip in Little Rock, Arkansas. '!' i '! !' + i' (!' $9.00 Per Ton $10.00 Per Ton ,1
t Mrs. W. J. Hardee returned to her : .
Mrs..J. 4
Kennedy is sick and y
\1 Lewis here very
rs. Taylor, Sunday.Mrs.
I home at Gainesville Wednesday, after her friends IIEILIlRGNN .a! :Z' "
: J. E. Byrd and children are many hope that she: will 1
.,
.i spending a couple of week here with soon be well again. 6)I .!. WRITE FOR BOOKLET
i visiting: Mrs. Byrd's parents at Haw- .
t her parents; :Mr. and :Mrs. F. :M. I Miss :Mary Fowler, who has been '.' .' 0.' ;, Ii) (0) .0) : <1> <30 0 .
:corn this week. :' FLORIDA SOFT PHOSPHATE & LIIIE COMPANY
e Crews.Mr. spending some time with Miss Elvie I Health' in community fine, the only
Mr. R. H. Weaver has bought the
J. B. Padgett, of Gainesville 'I dential! property formerly owned I Fowler here, has returned to her homein case being that of Mr. Bud I'anr.en- ; BOX 462 OCALA, FLA.
r was a business visitor here Monday.HAMPTON. Alachua. ter, who has been suffering for several .
..
I and occupied by :Mr. E. N. Folsom on months with bad foot and .'! : H'v Hi'; !'H'HH': H.: H' !' '!'!"!'!'!+ 'H"H+ H+s.-
i iI ii a we are
Editor Lewis of
ilroad street. I the Raiford Trib-
: \ < @> W < ; glad to note that he seems to be im- -- -
i :Mayor J. Ed Byrd and Mr. W. :M. une, was here on business Tuesday.
I Dr. II. C. Carver of Alachua proving just now under the careful
:Mann motored to Jacksonville Thurs- spentSunday
I 'y with parents here. j treatment of Dr. Biggs, of Lawtey.

I! I, ; :. :. . .. day.A beautiful baby daughter came i' Mr. Drew Beasley, of Lake City, I :Mrs. Edith Holden, of Worthington; ,
is spending a few days with relatives
: .1. T. Lewis, of the Raiford Tribune, to gladden the home of Hon. and Mrs was a visitor here tunday.I ) at this

i i spent Wednesday here in the interest '.. T. Dowling last Wednesday. i Mr. Tern Andrews was in Lake City j Mr. John place.:Mott, of Lake Butler, re- Are You Looking Out

': of the county advertising campaign. :Mr. J. F. Durrance, of Sapp station, Tuesday hunting cotton pickers.

f :Miss Rileen Jones, of Tamri) is was transacting business here Tues-[ Mr. W. T. Moring, who has beenspending turned home Sunday after spending a 9 For No.
1 ; short time with his mother, )Irs.Iary 1
some time with Mr. P. B.
1 : spending" the week here, the guest of Mott.
I the :Misses Hodges. day.Miss: McKinney, of Lake But- Moring, returned home Sunday. His k

i Attorney D. E. Knight, of Starke ; ler, is visiting the family of P. S. Den- daughter :Miss Nettie, returned home j The annual meeting of the Primitive ? t,1.h !
with hitn.i ) Baptist at Union was well attended
I was on our streets Wednesday. mark here thns week.J. I _

i Special Agents Eagle and Goolsby, D. Carmichael, of the Redding i' Mr. L. A. Duncan bought 50,000 INTERESTING COURT CASE. .

I i of the G. S. & F. Railway were here Bridge section, was hauling cotton to J rounds of cotton Saturday. i I

i or professional business Tuesday. 'I the Andrews gins here Friday. !I i* )Ir. Marion Dowling and York ColOn -I

I The Town Council has :Miss Anna Vivian Graham is visiting !' were initiated into the "Y. 0. W. County Judge Gardiner's court was
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I employed a 'the scene of much interest Friday, f You ought to be._ Do you know tliat every time you
number of men and teams and startedrxtersive relatives in Starke this week. Tuesday night. '
I I I' :Mr. Andrew Dekle traded Buickfor l when a cnse of l-.s ardy, in which a send out of town for lumber or building material you're
:Mr. his
1 improvements on t the streets I Alphonzo Jones spent Sunday '
=
They will have the co-operation of our and :Monday visiting relatives andfriends an E. M. F. this week. young woman of the western part of robbing the community of something that rightfully belongs

I public spirited citizens. I in Welborn and Lake City. : :Mr. J. R. Chastain: was a businessvisitor the county was the complainant and a to it? .
young man of Columbia county was
Twinkle, twinkle, little street lights, :Mr. E. II. Clemons of the Heilbronn to Jacksonville Tuesday. # Your building material money spent here helps to
the defendant. The who is #
how we wonder where Springs section, cotton to :Mrs. C. E. Taylor, of Pelham Ga., girl, very
you are. was hauling build
roads
good schools, churches
handsome had a pretty little baby taxes, etc. Sent out
returned
home
after
Some extensive improvements town Friday. an extended visit o-
arei" with Mrs. A. :McGill. about 15 months old and much sympathy of town it is gone forever-3ou never get another whack # :;
:Miss Sadie
added to our water plant. New Dowling, of Larkins, is
machinery is being installed.Dr. 1: visiting relatives here this week. :Mr. L. E. Parrifh, of Valdota(, was expressed in their behalf. at it.

W. E. Middleton and A. J. Xim-I j Mr. G. H. Cone visited his parents spent a few days with :Mr. and Mrs. She wished her seducer to either marry Your dollars spent here go from one merchant to an-

'no motored to Waldo Saturday evening yin Lake City Sunday. H. J. Stewart this week.A her or else' contribute to the sup- other. The lumber dealer pays the grocer-the grocer

to attend a meeting of Waldo :Mesdsme.s H. G. Stone and W. C. pinder boiling was given at the port of her child but he would do pays the butcher-the butcher hands it to the hardware

Lodge So. 10. It A. :M. i '\'hittt'n and Messrs. Clarence Ritch I home of :Mr. S. :M. Carver on last Friday l- neither, and the poor girl[ was compelled man-and finally it finds itsway to the farmer again to #

F. H. Spicher formerly agent at t' and Walter Whitten motored to the evening in honor of :Misses Blairs to invoke the law in her behalf. 1 pay for his produce.
She A. Z. Ad-
by
represented
was
this place, is now located at Mali err county seat Tuesday afternoon. and Fralick. A large number attended w That's looking out for No. 1 You are looking. out for
kins, while the defendant
Esq.,
.\. Mr. Walter M. Graham left :Monday and the evening was thoroughly en- was the "other fellow" when you buy oat of to n.
I represented by D. E. Knight, Esq.
Miss Liz'.ie Rowe. of is hereat for Stuart, after spending weekwith joyed. We
Tampa a Each of the lawyers did the best for can give you just as good stock and as good prices -
the bedside of her father S.1.: his parer.tsIr.. and :Mrs. W. S.
his client, trying to settle the case as any not of town concern, quality and freight char
i Rowe, who is seriously ill. j *'ham, here. Woman's Club Entertains.! of ges considered. t4"i
;
out court. This finally
was accomplished -
)Ir. and )[rs. Frank Rhoden, of Mr. S. J. Register, of Elarbee, was The Woman's Club
entertained Tuesday the defendant agreeing to 1
Starke, were here Wednesday, visitingfriends. in town Tuesday. afternoon from three to six at the give the girl $300, the costs; of the Lumber & Co.

1! A Mrs.fine baby Lewis boy Ritch was born to :Mr.and club room, honoring Mrs. A. R. Warewho ,I proceedings to be divided equally be- Q Quigley Supply
Tuesday
morn-'
has served the club
so faithfully tween the parties.
: TIN .MM. TM VMS Net Affiet Tbi to* ing. Mr. and Mrs. Ritch are receiving as "The Happy Home
10 kallle of Ita tonic and Itzttive effect. LAXATIVE the congratulations of their president for the past year, and II| A large number of persons from the Q
BR0MOQCtNINEI better than ordinary.. manyfriends who leaves shortly for Umatilla, Ga.,, western part of the county, where the
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0'iirine; .. "I'C.2 i'i. iei.l Rrri-"' vM t'- '...1' ....- r where she will reside in the future. parties are well known, were presentto
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". -.. ily. The
t room was beautifully decorat- witness the proceedings. Builders"a.


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