Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 29, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02040
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Established 1879. Subscription-Pef Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75 Cents. Payable in Advance. E. S. Matthews, Editor and Proprietor.

29, 1916. NUMBER 13.
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Property Owners Petitioned for 'GATOR SWAMP PROBED FROM GERMANSGERMAN "TIGER" NOT CONVICTED Circuit Court-Denies Catts Writ

Substitution of Brick For -

Wood and Pine Needles Foundat Will Groves Said He War to Force Inspectors to Cer-
Great Depth. the tify to Sixty-Nine Votes. .
Alligator swamp, which borders CANDIDATES WILL GET ALL r
Saturday night Deputy Sheriff j
Orders Troops From CHANGE Sapp
War Department MADE BY COUNCIL British
Troops Drive
Starke on -the south and east and then on Farther and of Lawtey, sent word to Sheriff Den- VOTES CAST FOR THEM '
Fifteen States to BorderOthers continues on to the big swamp sur- Take Two More Towns From the mark that he had in custody Will

Will Return Home. City's Engineer Strongly Recom- Groves, white, charged with selling -
rounding Rowell and Crosby lakes, has Teutons, in French .Advance. Writ of Circuit Court
mends Widening of Paving in been the whiskey, and that his conviction wouldbe Directing
same as long the
as oldest
sure as there was plenty of evi- Recount in Alachua County jfijj ';
JACKSONVILLE, Sept. 27.-No of- Business District. Thinks Call inhabitant can recollect, nearly a quar- LONDON, Sept. 27.-With the fall dence against him. :Mr. Denmark and Has
Priority Over
ficial notification ordering Florida Street Paving Should be Forty ter mile in places, cut through by old into the hands of the French and Brit- Deputy Cameron went to Lawtey and Writ-31'
to border has been received ish of the brought their to the Votes Gained by Knctt in that
troops Feet Wide.A channels, but otherwise flat. But while important town of Combles, man county jail.
here. It will be two or three days into which Later Oscar Griffis
the they had virtually poureda was arrested on a County Through Recount.
digging the
: before the railriads can get ready. septic tank a little mass of shot and shell, it is announced similar charge.On ,

:, change in the material to be usedin west of Water street has been goingon that both Thieval at the northwestend the trial before Judge Gardiner ,

WASHINGTON, Sept. 27.-The war paving the streets of Starke is un- indications have been found that in of the British lines and the forti- Monday: Will Groves pleaded not guil- TALLAHASSEE, Sept. '*G-Statins:
I : department has ordered the national der consideration. The change that is by gone days its level was much lower fied town of Gueles Court northwestof ty. The following men were then that it is the right of a iMndidate hia t

guard organizations from Virginia, in contemplation is the substitution of than now and that it has been filled up Les Bouef; have also been taken sworn in as jurymen in the case: H. primary election to hats the voU-js '. '

Alabama, Georgia, Florida, New vitrified brick for sheet asphalt. The from washings from the higher ground by the British. The British drove on A. Hewitt, Frank :Morgan, Olen White, cast for him accurately counted ar-'l
Hampshire, Pennsylvania, New Jersey matter was brought to the attentionof on each side. From 12 to 15 feet eastward from Thieval and took the R. H. Taylor, Henry Brown. Nat Wil- that the Alachua county Circuit court

Mstrict of Columbia, New York, Con- the council by a petition signed bya down was alluvial soil in which was Zollern redoubt, while the French a.l- liams. A. S. Crews, Esq., prosecutedthe is a court of concurrent iurisdictio'j, ,

necticut, Michigan, Minnesota, Colorado large number of the property own I found pine knots, stumps and, strangeto I vanced beyond Frogicourt and with case and D. E. Knight, Esq., was the supreme court here today denial(
I and California to the Mexican ers of the city, asking that brick be say, pine straw. The pine knots other nearby advances nipped off an- the defendant's attorney.As the peremptory writ sough; by counsel 1 _
f border. Included in the order were substituted if the contract could still I were so impregnated with water that I other portion of the German lire of it was proved by witnesses that for Sidney J. Catts to compel inspectors -:

the Second Florida infantry and the be let at the price originally bid for! they were almost as easy to cut as communication to the south from Ba- Groves had sold whiskey, he did not in precinct No. 3, Alajhua county,
first battalion of Georgia field artil- brick. I J cheese, but after being dried out the paume. deny it, but claimed that he had only to certify to sixty-nine fetes whit
lery. General Funston was ordered At a called meeting of the council' wood became firm and tough again. The German casualties are declaredto delivered the whiskey for Oscar Grif- :Mr. Catts claims were los>| to him ami ; ; '

t to select upon the arrival of these or- :Monday night it was ordered that the The pine straw crumbled under the have been heavy and besides a large fis. After hearing the evidence the not counted because the election officials 1

ganizations at the border, 10,000 in- change be made on condition that the touch, yet it was easy to recognize. quantity of war material the British jury retired and after some delibera- had failed to sign tiw" necessary. #

fantrymen now on duty and return contractors do the work at the price o How long it has taken for the swamp announce they captured more than tion decided that Groves was not guil- certificate. "_

them to their state mobilizationcamps. originally bid for brick. The contractors to reach its present level cannot even 1,500 prisoners and the French more ty. The supreme court head that the
: were at once advised of the be guessed at. When the ground along than 1,200. Groves was discharged from custodyand writ of the Alachua county c cu:1t

The troops ordered to the border council's action and they now have the its borders was much higher than now While Russia remains silent regard- so was Griffis. The judge thought court directing a recojntjof the gubernatorial ,

total about 6,000 and include virtually matter under discussion with the city's and the rainfall heavier, the accretion ing the operations on the Eastern that, probably, as the man tried was vote in every";precinct i n

all of the guardsmen in the mobilization engineer.If went on comparatively fast, but later front, Germany and Austria announce not convicted, Griffis would adopt the that county had priority +ver the supreme ;-
in the states named. This will the change is finally made it will at an infinetissemal rate yearly, and that they repulsed strong Russian attacks same line of defense and also be declared court writ. This :means that

leave about 10,000 in all the country necessarily delay the completion of the the wood found at the bottom of the in Volhynia, in Galicia and in j innocent. the recount of the entire vote will pro-
who have not been to the border for work for something like thirty days, pit has probably lain there for thou- the Carpathians. The Rumanian en-i ceed in Alachua and th'tit all votes

service. The remainder will probablybe but the difference in the cost will per- sands of years. At that time the circling movement compelled the Aus- SHIPMENT OF GOATS. which W. V. Knott and M-I Catts are
ordered out soon. mit of an extension of the paving. A creek must have had a deep valley tro-Germans to evacuate the Vulcat entitled to will be count l for thenand

feature of the new arrangement and the flow of the water was per- and Szurduk passes of the Transyl- I proper returns made Jo the state u i
strongly advised by the city's engineers ennial, coming from springs. A thin vania Alps. Bulgaria announces that Tuesday John Gleason, who lives canvassing board. ft
CASE OF CRUELTY TO CHILD the widening of the pavement i in stratum of clay encountered seems to her armies have forced the Russian:I east of Starke, shipped a carload of History of the Case

the business district. The engineer indicate that it was brought there bya and Rumanian armies northward near I goats to a stock farm in Duval county, It was yesterday morning the canv5ng '
thinks: the paving on Call street shouldbe land slide. Dobrudja. via Jacksonville. There were over 100 board of Alachua "
Jury Disagreed and New Trial I head in the herd. They were of the Ilusty by its i K- .
at least 40 feet wide, which would aiton.eys tendered both j-i demurrer .>
Will be Held Tuesday. place the curb line within two feet of common pine woods variety that can and an answer in respansc 1 to the alternative k

the change present would meet sidewalk with line.the cordial This SUPREME COURT FINDS MACK ANDHAYESGUILTYCOlEiPTwCOURT I i line make on a anything valuable, anywhere acquisition, and to will the court. writ issued ly the. supreme ,' ,!

J. M. McMillan, who lives near Law- stock farm. ,
of acounsel ftn ... r/
approval perhaps every property arl'umpnh: f\f i':" ,10m""r. r
tey, was up before Judge Gardiner in the business district for ; :- !
owner they for Mr. Carts asljed leave to \'j t
Wednesday charged with "unnecessary have all\ along favored a wider pave- TO TE.CHERSXl> SCHOOL PA amend the alternative writ by rt'I" ;$
and excessive chastising" of his 17- .
ment. TRONS.All drafting the commanding part of it. ;
year old daughter, Miss Beulah Mc '
Millan, the charge having been Leave was granted hira >.y the court !' 't-f
EXODUS OF LABORERS. WEDNESDAY! to do so. The court then allowed th <'
schools in session ; e ..
ferred Iher., Witnesses testified that Recount Will Proceed Under VETERANS MET not are required i
attorney for the
canvassing board
Mr. McMillan is subject to fits of ungovernable to open on the first :Monday in i I. t
temper and at such times At 2:30 Tuesday morning a special Judge Wills' OrderFlournoy October. In order to get the best 2:30 p. m. to communicate by WHO ,
f i apt*to chastise his'children severely train: going north passed through Elected Officers and Enjoyed a practical results to the children of the v. his clients as to Whether th; y 0

last Friday Miss Beulah, while playing Starke. This train carried colored is Discouraged. county we have ever had (which is desired to amend the answer' which ,\ '
Good Dinner. had been .3.3iiJl
with her little brother, had unintentionally laborers who had been hired by the my aim), it is necessary to not let the in the tendered. Whe,, court opened ; II ; :

hurt him, which caused: Pennsylvania railway company for FLOURNOY'S WRIT TO RECOUNT children miss: a day if pos:,;ible. I aska the board, afternoon the attorneys far !
came back wit
her father to flog her with a mule construction work. The train startedat The regular meeting of J. J. Dicki- close copl'.tion between every pa- a new iV- ;
whip, causing scars and welts, and Ocala where a large number of ALACHUA DENIED I son Camp, Ifil", was held at the courts trn and your teacher in the correction murrer tendered.to the writ as amended, also I tA

using severe language toward her, it men, hired by an agent of the com- hcurse in Starke Wednesday forenoon. 0 end teaching of your children. A nation end demurrer! After Mr.argument of the si -- ; 'R t1;

was alleged. pany mentioned, came on board; at Minutes of last meeting read and ap wide study and investigation has Catts' attorney asked : _
Recount Marion: Show leave _
County to make further
shown that the mnendment* \ .
The defendant pleaded not guilty Waldo another contingent boarded thetrain proved. children are not taughtnow
Net Gain of Thirty Votes for to obey and and to the alternative writ and the cour' : ;,
and a jury composed of the following and at Starke the addition consisted The following comrades answered to respect parents
allowed him to do The
men wore empaneled: Perry Dover, of 30 or 40 men. At Baldwin Inott-Supreme Court Will the roll call: W. T. Weeks, S. F. that honesty, obedience, are not taughtin being out of so.th* demurrers, J. R. Hover, J. W. Edwards, II. 0. another addition was expected. Moran, L. W. Kickliter, John Croft,' the homes and schools now as they vat t f.
Pass Sentence on Mack and steer the board; as Ene.v'uvas! ,
should be. The of ;
Smith, V. J. Moore and Will Crews. Those who went from Starke were neglect teaching our -
T. P. Rpgistser, J. M. Rimes, I). J. fil PI .",
After a lengthy deliberation the jury- men of the hard working class and Hayes Shortly.TALLAHASSEE. Byrd, J. W. Nichols, J. E. Townsend,, children good morals and these fundamental The alternative writ, js-last amended i!J
men returned with the that their employers were loath to part principles of character i is -tE
message H. C. Surrency, L. U. Morgan, G. W. ordered that the Ala-hua .
they could not with them. The agent has promisedto shown in the great increase of con- county 4J.
agree.A Sept. 2(5.( -Mack, Dyal!, A. J. McKinney:: T. F. Iansel1.I canvassing/ hoard allow the inspectors r "
new trial is set for next Tuesday, return for more laborers and it is I G: Hollingsworth. victs over the land. I..
October 3rd, and McMillan's bond for to be hoped that he then will rid us of and Hayes were found guilty by the We must co-operate closely with ou roral of precinct No. 3 to certify their org :
Court but Stokes the I The following were elected delegates returns and then to make
Supreme attorney teachers who teach up an
are required to .
the class who their
appearance loafing depend
was fixed at $100. A. Z. on
for the to the reunion in Tampa of the Florida amended return for the whole
chang- county, :
newspapermen obedience ,.4-
honesty and
Adkins, Esq., is the defendant's attor- women for support.The I industry good
ney. exodus of superfluous laborers ed his mcd of tactics in the morning o division, October 17, 18 and 19: L. morals in their daily work. It is the using as the basis therefor the orig '

will-- .have a tendency- to raise- session and offered profuse explana- W. Kickliter, J. E. Townsend; alter- aim of the schools to make better citizens inal returns from all th remaining
wagesto tions for the newspaper men, who are nates, John Croft, D. J. Byrd. better men and women. We all precincts of that county. ,
point that will enable both white
DEATH OF H. J. DUKES. a charged with of Officers for elected The amended answer of the canvassing -
and black laborers to live. contempt cou$: ensuing year were should wake up to a closer cooperation
Stokes said that Hayes did not know' as follows: in this great work. board explained why:the returns '

Henry Jackson Dukes, age 25 years, PARNELL OUT ON BOND.It what was happening in Tallahassee i' Captain, W. T. Weeks. All teachers are required to keep of precinct No. 3 were not, in the first I
died at the home of his parents, Mr. and that he considered Mack reliable First Lieutenant, T. P. Register. posted in each class room a programof instance, included in their original rEturns ,
and Mrs. W. D. Dukes, at Worthington -The attorney said that Mack did not I I Second Lieutenant, John Croft. the daily recitations to familiarizethe for the county. The answer 1
Springs, on last Thursday even- will be remembered that Thomas mean what he wrote, that he did not Third Lieutenant, D. J. Byrd. children with their daily work and then further set up that on September 1
Jog at 11:30, after a long illness of Parnell, who shot and killed V. J. Sapp express himself clearly, and that he I Adjutant, S. F. Morgan. for the inspection of the superintendent. 5, some fifteen days prior to the writ I'

tuberculosis Mr. Dukes had been ill :at New River station on the morningof / did not question the honesty or mean Quartermaster, W. G. Green. To keep the registers in the issued by the supreme court, Judge
for some time but only for the past 10 July 19th, after being exoneratedand that the court was partisan as to the Chaplain, L. W. Kickliter. school room and to work not less than Wills of the circuit court, had on petition -
days was confined to his bed. He was discharged by the coroner's jury, litigants. Treasurer, A. J. McKinney. six hours exclusive of recess. of W. V. Knott issued an alttr- '
reared in Worthington and was loved was arrested on a charge of man- Judge Cockrell said it showed the Color Bearer, L. U. Morgan. F. G. SCHELL native writ directing a correct count,
by'all who knew him, for his noble slaughter, preferred by County Judge danger of an inexperienced person try- Sergeant Major F. C. Haislop. Superintendent. tally and return of the sate cast for a
Christian character. He is survived. Geo. A. Gardiner. His bond was fixedin ing to report the impressions of the Vidette, J. M. Rimes. governor in every precinct in that

by seven sisters and five brothers, be- the sum of $1,000, but until Mon- court proceedings. Judge Ellis said Memorial committee's report presented county, including Alachua precinct
Bides his parents to mourn his loss. day of this week he had been unableto he realized that the court could not and approved. After a rising NO SURFACE INDICATIONS OF No. 3. That under and i in pursuance F

The funeral was held at New Hope procure bondsmen, and has been compel respect by imposing punish vote of thanks to W. T. Weeks Chap- TIE UP IN N. Y. of the writ of the circuit court, precinct L

church by the Rev. J. R. Dukes and confined to the county jail. MondayW. ment, but that the courts belonged to ter U. D. C., for their invitation to a No. 25 was recounted on Friday "* fl

the W. 0. W. camp of Worthington M. Parker, of New River, and aMr. the people and must be maintained i in dinner, the camp broke in good order NEW YORK, Sept. 27.-Although resulting in a net gain of eleven votes t
Springs, No. 294. The remains were : Parnell, of Georgia, relative of honor and respect. The court said i it and marched to Rowand's Cafe, where labor leaders tonight insisted that the for W. V. Knott; that on Saturday

gently laid to rest in the family burying the prisoner, furnished the bond, and would announce the sentence of Hayes they enjoyed a splendid meal. general strike of trades unionists to I precinct No. 7 was recounted with a ;,
ground at the church. Parnell is free until the sitting of the and Mack later. Covers for sixteen were laid, each aid the car men, who quit on September net gain for W. V. Knott of threw t

fall term of the circuit court. j I Stokes this morning made a motion table being centered by a case of red 6th, would eventually involve a votes; precincts 9 and li rcounted

IN NEW QUARTERS. to quash and paid a tribute to the and white roses. Confederate flags half million\ workers, there were no with no change for the office of gov
PAINFUL: ACCIDENT. freedom of the press and attacked the were also used in the decoration of surface indications of a tie-up of the ernor, and that on yesterday upto 2 .,

Mr. H. C. Richard order of the court as not being good the room. Mesdames R. A. Weeks, city's industries as was threatened. p. m. eleven precincts hgd been recounted -
lately sold his
one-half interest in the stone office Wednesday, while J. T. Quigley was in law, but this afternoon his attiudewas A. V. Long, J. P. Tomlinson and Miss After the announcement today that with further changes and that
.building on Call street, hitherto assisting in rolling a log onto the car the opposite. He was humble and Amelia Ray acted as a committee to the strike had begun the union lead eight precincts on advice ,>)f their attorney

: by the offices of himself and occupied riage of his saw mill, his right foot apologetic, because, as he said after arrange for the dinner and receive the ers claimed 125,000 quit today, but the The had refused further to rec setup(unt.

-; State Attorney A. V. Long, to Mr. got under the log and was partiallycrushed. the court, he saw his clients were to guests. police say there are no reports to sub recount answer under the circuit]'court that th'- '
long, who will hereafter be the sole From the instep down the be sent to jail. S. MORGAN, stantiate that report. The fact that pro-
ceedings had that
r occupant of the building. foot was badly mangled, and the big The court today denied :Mr. Flour- Adjutant. one hundred thousand Jewish workersare > originalinspectors'
Mr. Richard has rented offices toe was almost severed. Dr. Tomlinson noy's peremptory writ for precinct celebrating their New Year has returns wem ; inaccurate .
over and did not show the tru-J number of
:' the post office, where he will conduct was called and dressed the wound, three of Alachua county. This leaves county recount was completed today confused the situation. votes received by the resjective
his and it is hoped that Mr. will the recount to proceed under Judge can- ;
insurance business and be glad to Quigley and the final tally shows a net gain didates; that it was impossible for
: he his friends. regain the full use of his foot again, Wills' order. Nothing will be done i for Mr. Knott of thirty votes. Eleven
RALLY DAY SERVICE AT PRESBYTERIAN the canvassing board to itake a true
though at this: writing the full extentof here until the Alachua county recount votes were gained in the precincts i
return of all the votes cas} for the office
has ended.
the injury is not known. nineteen
canvassed and to-
OF BOTTLING 1 yesterday of to the
governor state of-
' PLANTS. The wound is very painful and the Mr. Flournoy is at the end of his day.: Of the five precincts canvassed ficials until the recount proper was

patient is confined to his home. But rope and is visibly discouraged. The today but one showed any change and There will be a combination sen-ice and further that if they there completed ordered
: D -- he takes the thing like a true philoso Knott-Catts case in the Supreme court ihft was Pedro. At Pedro the first next Sunday morning, October 1st, at to make a return using
' .'Rattling' C. Jones Works, owner of the Starke pher and conducts his business bye seems to be near an end and advices I j i tally sheets showed that Catts had received the Presbyterian church, beginning the original up returns ,only, AS as first a basin cer-

Rant has purchased th 'j:' 1o:1e. ; received here today say that the recounts ..;; all the second choice votes but promptly at ten o'clock, the occasion tified by the several sets f
'. and business of the i in :Marion and other counties' inspectors
Coca Cola
? showed that Catts had being Sunday school
the a rally ex
.. ballots received day such order would in effect
; theM
.: .itling Works and will combine tJ e Hon. A. D. Andrews, of Raiford, will show that Knott will be in the!,'! no second choice votes and Mr.I I ercise. to make a false and uompel of
. .'f6es to This will enable Mr. was a business visitor to Starke Mon lead even if precinct three is counted. ; Knott had received eleven of them. The pastor Dr. Denison, is sendingout the vote cast in that untrue; return t
fk th Supply the special Products day. Mr. Andrews is one of the county' -! .'This resulted in a loss to !Mr. Cattsof I to the members of his church and Mr. Catts' couay. attack
attorney j
ahed plants. The business will le e largest cotton buyers and on last Knott Makes Further Gains in Mari. eight votes and a gain to Mr. Knott Sunday school a choice lot of invita the sufficiency of the an ver by the }*
< 'k.Bottling under the name of Coca Saturday paid out more than $5,000 ion. of eleven, or a net gain of nineteen tion cards, and all are anticipating an! #
: R Fr Works. for cotton. OCALA, Sept. 26.Thelarion i in this precinct. unusually interesting: service. (Continued on Page- 4.)




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= W:: BLOCKADE, BLACKLIST AND CEN- and mails Shanghai broken are violated open.and that between The sealed Chamber that poucheswere city of 500 VILLA SYM-- PROGRAMOF 1

r. I r rT Commerce of San Francisco has com

plained to me that closed mail recently PATHIZERSHAVEBEENEXECUTED

T f : i:1; :, :. SORSHIPOFUNITED STATES MAIL agency sent at from Shanghai the United to Seattle States, Wash.postal, NEW RIVER MISSIONARY "

on the British steamer Empress of
RESULTINPLANSFOR RETALIATION Russia, was opened in transit, probably Ai\D "

4 iff at Victoria, B. C., and all of the
{ first class mail was opened, censoredand UNION .
resealed under the censor's la-

I postage stamps and the postmark of MADE ON CHIHUAHUA CITY

; I Mistress of the Seas Seizes Neutral Correspondence and Illegally the United States postal agency at NEW RIVER CHURCH "j,
This postal is as
J Shanghai. agency
4 I Obtains Commercial Secrets Which She Uses to Secure Business purely a United States post office as General Bell Reports that 300 Were OCT. 2 -.2829.96

: of Firms Throttled by So-Called War Measures-Orders any in an American city and this Executed" -Skirmishes at Arena

Cloaks to Cover Greed-Eng route has always been regarded as exactly \ t fr J
: : in Council Are Really up Have Been Reported.EL tl
r : the same as one between other .'* f
? l ; : land's Policy Is Having a Blighting Effect on All Business. United States post offices. The infor- .

I I 'f if mation thus secured will be of the PASO, Sept. 20.General Bell

I 1 ; WASHINGTON, Sept. 28.-It i is becoming more evident every greatest future .efforts value to to control Great Britain the trade in her of has received a report saying that five I

; i'I day that Great Britain is waging a trade war against the U. the Pacific." hundred villa adherents have been executed FRIDAY

? S. By her blockade of enemy an I neutral ports, by her blacklist Senator Chamberlain, of Oregon, author in Chihuahua City since the 10 :: Devotional Services -------------_____1). \\'. Pinhol,
: 1: Villa attack that The
of one of the retaliatory provis- on city. report
I'' of American business firms and by her censorship of our mails- ions of the revenue bill, declared, "I says that 'nan others have l been ar 11 : Introductory Sermon ___________Elder W. L, Overstrettl

t all alleged to be violations of in ernational law by reason of the have no doubt\ that the information rested. 12:00: Noon Recess :
t arrogant manner in which they are conducted-the "mistress of coming i into possession of this government General Bell also has a report of a
I will force the United Statesto skirmish, said to have taken place at 1:30:; -Business Session of Union
; the seas" is believed by a rapidly growing number of people in make effective use of the retaliatory Arena, ten miles outh of Juarez on
; i this country to be using her so-c died "war measures" to throttle measures. Sunday night The report said that 2:00: -Subject: Study to Show Thyself a \\rkman-Opened! I

j i the commerce of America and to gobble it up herself. Orders) for Goods; Stolen and Filled wounded Carranza soldiers had been B. C. Scarborough Discussed by J. 'Kelley j
"My correspondence( is filled," he brought back to Juarez, but, the Car-
: :; But the United States government, aroused by the exasperating continued, "with letters showing how ranza officials in Juarez insist these :3:00: -Subject : Can Stated Prayer SemVes be Maintained? .

1' ... a acts of Britain's naval authorities, which, in spite of prJr the business of American citizens has wounded were brought to Crihuahua Discussed by E. L. Wilson and M.V..Lee

j I tests have increased rather thai diminished, has given England been interfered with and diverted into City after the Villa fijrht. A report SATURDAY :
r other channels. The British government I from Chihuahua that General I Ramos
L to !understand that action will: so m take the place of words unless has taken from our mails not returned to the state capitol with only !9:30: -Devotional Services by B. D. Law

there is an early modification of her illegal orders-in-council. only letters but drafts, important papers i thirt '-five of his original command of
,p dras-.ir retaliatory measures were incorporated actual money and whatever they I three hundred and fifty men has also 10:00-Subject : The Business Man's Place in: the Kingdom-Dij.
Before Congress adjourned,
could get their hands on. been received.PETITE cussed by J. E. Futch and L. W. KickJiter.
in the revenue bill, g'ving the President wide powersto "I have a letter from a prominent ,

I I combat foreign aggression on American trade and, if necessary business man in Pennsylvania, telling CARNIVAL A HUGE SUC 11:00: -Sermon .

to use the land and naval forces to carry out the retaliatory how his business has been ruined. This CESS. 12:00: -Noon Recess1:30Business
i I man has a house in Amsterdam and .
j provisions against any offending nation. has been in business there for more of the Union *' f r \ r--.

':.. I I r t'. +': I I I "To submit to a lawless practice of than 20 years. His goods are not in Last Friday evening the people of 2:00Subject'hat of Moderr Church Discipline?-Discus
contraband. Not only has
.. i any sense Starke and vicinity "home-
Hit Back this character would the door tot'pl'ated enjoyed a
Many Ways to open the British government rifled his letters made" carnival that by Elder G. A. Prevatt and W. L. Overstreet
violations of international very closely resembled -
authorizations as
these are
r' Tn
'i t t. :: follows:: ((1)) Whenever a country shall lawx by the belligerent powers on the the ,mails but it and has stopped taken all samples intercourse from, the genuine article. Indeed, :3:00: -Subject: To What Extent Are We Our Brother's Keeper!

I prohibit the importation of any commodity ground of military necessity, of which .between his Amsterdam establishmentand when the band was playing and the Discussed! by Elder L. A. Donerly, Elder P. M. Riggs.,
: from the United States, the 'he violator would be the sole judge. director ('aIlingthrough a megaphoneto rj
I' his manufacturing plant in Penn- "Hurry! Hurry!" to certain tent SUNDAY
president shall have power to prohibit Manifestly a neutral nation cannot a ;ft
States its rights the high seas to sylvania. This policy has put an endto one felt the true enthusiastic carni-
i importations into the United permit on his export business. Not only that, val spirit. !:30-Prayer: and Praise Service -----_________E. C. Saunders _
of similar commodities, or, in case the be determined by belligerents, or the
t similar I i exercise of those rights to be permitted but the mails coming to him have been The lawn surrounding Mr. and Mrs. 10:00 School Work ___
United States does not import : -Sunday --------_ ___________B.D.Lw
I stolen and the orders with the
II commodities, then other commodities I or denied arbitrarily by the government placed J. R. Davis' home was brilliantly lit Alternate-E. C. Saunders.
'I l of such country. ((2): ) Persons of a warring nation. The' British manufacturing" establishmentsand | up with electricity, and the different

I I ink/ a proclamation of the Violat-I 'p-hts of neutrals are ui sacred as the, there filled. attractions ware arranged in tents, 11:00MissionarySermon.: .
prohibiting importation of certain rights of warring nations, and must :I England's far-ieaching policy of I and on a large platform. To the I left
blacklisting has had its \ ef-1 I Ift'lt '
t commodities shall be liable to a fine! be strictly I observed. Only a radical blighting I on entering the gate was a Japanese
> I of not less than $:'OOO, nor more than change in the present British and on every phase of New York city's tr-nt. which was in charge of Mesdames -
4 i: $50,000, or imprisonment not to exceed -I French policy will satisfy this gov business life-in shipping, banking,1 G. C. Livingston, .1. I:. }Davis t
two years or \both. ((3): ) Foreign ernment." dry goods, importing and exporting. :Misses Ella May Long and l i7l l
has had effect Any firm refusing;: to agree/ to the British I Brown: each wearing Japanese
1't'I;; which decline to carry the I II Yet this protest no a costuml' Speaking of
a i desire to knife the blacklisted concerns .
goods of blacklisted American firms whatever and the only "change" +
,; t may be refused clearance from American been for the worst. In parliament a is subject to similar treatment.) Xext came the home made candy -
1 port ((4)) The president also has I few days ago, Lloyd-George, Britain's I Through control of the sea and predominance tent, which was presided over by Mrs. <
'; authority to deny American facilities : secretaryof w.r, frankly declared his in international trade .J. :-:. Brown, MUsts Marie Livingstonand Crop ProfitNet
Great Britain is able to enforce her
,', of commerce to citizens in the Unitt'dStatt.s government had a right to use trade dl'-I : Emma Powell.
of nation which u-ciets obtained by rifling neutral nand. American companies not Mesdames Angie Sternburg. P.
+ nates against American disrrimi-I mails. These are his words:: sympathy with the British plan, and I II Wall and J. M. Truly\ were in charger Return
even those which have been injured, .25c
the refreshment booth where tht'"old -
Clear Against Britain ,
tR As a basis for these measures of ret Case : )
tulhtion, the State department i U understood "It is the practice to communicateto I hesitate to allow their names tobe i iI coffee, sandwiches, cake and ice Cost to Produce 8c
I used for publication, because to do I I'
to have information of a most other departments concerned any so rream. Your NET PROFIT
I I authentic character to prove that: I information of public interest which means a tightening of the screws. Everyone was sui prised to see in the' .17c

: 1-The British government, by its. may be obtained through the censorship Business Men are Terrorized person of Pitt Tomlinson the "Fat,'I
Q.., E I I blacklist, and by delaying American [ for such use to be made of it as Only the State department at Washington Lady;" while the noted :Mutt and Jeff, You grow crops for net profit. A z.ooo-quart

'' !!, mails, has prevented the consummation the particular department may consider the has complete data concerning I Harold! Brown ard Harry Canova, alsooccupied I crop grown on ONE acre costs less per
widespread application of the
of business transactions by the j advisable. The government is perfectly the same tent. quart and makes
t than
more net profit
blacklist which involves less I 2,000
within its rights in using ostensibly The fortune teller from
i American firms so that British subjects any a gypsy
i I than 00 companies and individuals, but quarts grown on TWO acres; you know that.
., 11 f might enter bids and seize the information which comes into its possession Karnak, Egypt, was represented by Good
business. j by means of letters opened. in in reality effects hundreds of others.I Carr Colley, who has a remarkablegift commercial fertilizer, rightly used,
((1: : Open Mails for Double Purpose this way." Banking and shipping circles are familiar for telling incidents in the past usually makes the difference between 1,000

A i ; :J-The British War Office, through I Although the American governmenthas with the list, although it is and future.A Quarts, or less, and 2,000 quarts, or more, per

I t its censorship of the mails, has gathered I contended against the wholesade kept secret through fear of a stormof tent of aborigines created much acre-the fertilizer cuts down that each quart
; for British governmental departments detentions and seizures of mails be- public protest. It is stated: on good interest and the pantomime and song costs you !
1 trade information that enable tween neutral countries as violations authority that the British policy is injuring I rendered by them were excellent. The

them to carry on a commercial war- cf international law, so far there has the normal commerce of this following;: persons, dressed in Indian The better your fertilizer, the more quarts
t fare with the United States. been no formal charge that improperuse country to the extent of uncalculated I co'tumE's'pre in this tenlI's.. C. you get from each acre and the less each

3-This commercial warfare could was being;: made of facts gleaned millions of dollars. R. Ensey, Misses Anna Canova, Minnie v "" (..Oilyou.. Armour Fertilizer, (the
I not be waged as at present except by from opened neutral correspondence.It American ship companies are refusing Bessent, Louise Bessent, Margaret result of more than 30 years'manufacturing
information thus obtained, and the is understood now, however, that to charter vessels to blacklisted Long, Messrs. Harold Wall and Gary experience-25 in Florida-careful
methods employed constitute a violation the State department takes a most .firms because. .. of. the threat that.coaling Ennis. Mesdames J. E. Futch and II. I needs years studyof
I of comity as well as of the uniVersal serious view of Lloyd-George's interpretation privileges in England; would be C. Jones assisted with the music. crop by trained scientists, and the
postal union's regulations. j of the British war office's I denied them on voyages to and from Everett Waid did a good "stunt" as work of a nation-wide organiztion), makes

&!i S 4-British naval authorities, while, power. A report of his statements Europe. Their ships also would run the Coney Island Coon, while Joe Tru- most quarts with biggest cash difference
declaring that they will not seize gen Came after Congress had passed its the risk of finding themselves on the I by also dressed in coon style, did some FOR YOU between cost and net return.
uine correspondence on the high seas, measures of retaliation. If it had blacklist. For the same reason American amusing acts. Make Armour Fertilizer YOUR fertilizer. '

seek to evade this assurance by seizing come beforehand, members say thereis steamship concerns have announced Barney, the wonderful horse, Irish Booklets free.Armour. ;
t and confiscating mails from vessels little doubt that there would have that they would refuse shipments bats and white rats were displayedin

in port instead of at sea. They' been passed an amendment, offered from blacklisted firms. the same tent, and were an excellent -
fI do this by compelling neutral ship tot by Senator Phelan, of California, but W. Thompson, commercial attacheat attraction.The .
enter British ports, or induce shipping rejected, empowering President to the Hague, says that American feature of the evening was the
: lines by some form of duress to sendmail deny the facilities of United States goods to Holland, though consigned to acting of Messrs. J. :M. Mitchell X. Fertilizer

ships by way of British ports. mails, cables, telegraph, wireless and the Netherlands Oversea Trust, will Sternberg, C. A. Marks and GeorgeC. Works
tt i I i Thus they acquire by force or unjustifiable express companies to citizens of nations almost certainly go to the British Livingston. Mr. Mitchell was Jacksonville, Fla.
t, i l''I means an illegal jurisdiction. illegally interfering with American prize court. I During the last few days dressed with a high silk hat, lonj
L' I Policy Condemned by Administration mails. England has actually refused to allow coat, etc., and I took the part of the
k !I : The disastrous results of this policy Would Wreck U. S. Trade With Australia the trust to accept American consign pompous medicine seller. Messrs.! ,
1 and the stand taken by the State department ments. Shippers see in this development Sternberg, Marks and Livingstonwere ArmourFertilisers

i : I against illegal mail seizures Senator Phelan's amendment actually -i I a move to restrain the growthof costumed as sporty coons, and
.- I, are set forth in a note sent to the AlI was passed by the senate but was': the American merchant marine and gave a great variety of speech mak-
I 1 lied powers by Secretary Lansing. Although lost in the conference committee on the to give Great Britain more complete ing, music and side-splitting antics.
France and the other alliesare ground that it might invite reprisalson control over Dutch trade. The performance of these four gentlemen .

included in the communication, American citizens abroad. Secret Blacklist Deadly would throw in the shade any

i f England from the first has been the Speaking of proofs in his possessionthat Drygoods valued at $1,000,000, con- of their professional brothers, and the
:l ring leader and arch offender. Mr. Britain is breaking open American signed from an American house to the crowd thoroughly enjoyed their performance -
j Lansing declared: mails "for the purpose of discovering branch of a German house in Havti., from beginning to end. _
,' ] I "Important papers which can never trade secrets and private and have been held up by operation of the ........i.

?& 1 be duplicated, or can be duplicated only confidential information, with a viewto blacklist. Previous to the war there of England if the reprisal provision;, -
i l with great difficulty, such as United rehabilitating her own commerce were two shipping lines running to passed by Congress should\ be put InP1Ition
States patents for inventions, rare after the war," and is using this information -
I Hayti. but now there i is only one-th.; ( may be gained from the<
f documents, legal papers relating to: in connection with her Royal Dutch line-which publicly stated -. grave diplomatic conflict that has ,a risen -
I the settlement of estates, powers of i blacklist, Senator Phelan said: that it would not carry goods to a between the British government HULL'S DEPARTMENT
I p attorney, fire insurance claims, income "There is no war in the Pacific, yet blacklisted firm. In consequence, the ard Sweden over the latter's retaliation : -
fax returns and similar matters, hate England has put its ban upon the American trade with this concern i iI is for mail seizures. British! has
I \been lost."I'elays. shipments of oil. for instance, out of
I I destroyed, although it has been established served notice on Sweden that the prac- STORENeither
i 1 in receiving documents San Francisco Australia, because
shipping to a for years, and the cotton goodsare tice of detaining British mails en
have caused loss and inconvenience blacklisted firm stock in the oil
great owns used
exclusively in Hayti, wihout route to Russia through Sweden must
t by preventing prompt delivery company, namely, the Petroleum Prod- possible benefit to busi
Germany.An he suspended as a condition precedentto Catts or Knott have affected our ,
of goods."Business 11'! ts! Company of California, which
I instance of the operation of the the arbitration of existing quarrels.
I: opportunities are lost by I I had l contracts for delivery in Austral- secret blacklist is the case of L. Blitz Thus Britain protests because the ness. We have a fine grocery trade and have fine .
failure to transmit promptly bids, specifications I ia. The parties to the contract in Australia of Xew York, :'
importer of rubber. His i-wedish government stops an offending groceries. We sell for cash. We have a good line
and contracts. I advised the consignor to have
name has not been
> placed on theblacklist belligerent's mail in Sweden, although -
I "Checks, drafts, money orders, securities the business handled by Balfour, Guth- yet his business has suffered she herself has the audacity to of Furniture, Hardware, Crockery and Glassware, |
and similar property are lost : ne & Company or Straus & Company,
,I or detained for weeks and months..I I doing business in San Francisco, the "I seriously.have been followed by spies for hold the up high the seas.neutral mails of Americaon Feeds, Fertilizers, A Solid Car of Phoslime (Soft j

I Business correspondence relating to',' herds of both concerns being membersof months, and numerous investigationsof Lord Robert Cecil summed up hisI'o'ernment's Phosphate and Lime) put up in 100 pound white.|
l legitimate trade between neutral countries the British house of commons. The "
i: correspondence of a personal', blacklisted firm in this instance, owning :Mr.my Blitz.dealings"I! have have been practically made. been said America a few arrogant days ago attitude when he toward said, sacks, Get our Prices. Brick and Lime, Paits, Oils )

rture and also certain official corres-: stock in the Petroleum Products put out of business by the secret black with regard to a ship not accepting Gasoline. We buy Country Produce, Eggs, sweetJ
pondence, such as money order lists j Cmpany is an old and longestablished list I not
only from
I prevented eight from a blacklisted firm to
i a!:d other matter forwarded by goJ \'-. American concern, George McXearid trading with British subjects, but my South America: Potatoes, Corn, Etc. :
eminent departments detained, ; Company, of San Francisco. This
regular customers in America have "I am afraid that a refusal of the Yours for the Square Deal
lost or possibly destroyed. is clearly an attempt, done with much been terrorized to the point where they United States to permit the clearanceof ,
Only a Radical Change Will Satisfy I premeditation, to break down American refuse to trade with
I me, in spite of a vessel refusing such a consign-
;' 'I 1 "Not only are American commer-| trade with Australia, and it bearsno the fact that I
\ am an American citizen ment would cause friction between the
cial interests injured, but rights of, relation to the war. Bankers here have refused to two countries. It is not likely that N. B. HULL
i property are violated and the rules of Government Postal Routes Violated"I finance trade."
Great Britain will change her blacklist
I' : international law and custom are palpably have letters from San Francisco Britain
Defiantly Talks
of "Friction"Some policy at the request of the United
which disclose the
disregarded. that American
i I II idea of the probable attitude States." 11IIK
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of Florida in Short Paragraphs. 1 FLORIDA WOMAN CALOMEL? HORRIBLE!
r News :Mamie :Mott, who was before Adtentures of Two :Men Crossing Alligator

SK5gseSgsa5asaaaMSZSaseBg5e M-a-sseaeacacscaBaE' acjEa ..Siie5t525252525a, her marriage Miss :Mamie Hewitt, was Swamp. -

GAINS21 POUNDSGoes born February 27, 1870 at Barnes- Calomel is Quicksilver and Acts
Live State News G ville\ S. C. She was unitel! with us -
at Sardis church by baptism at an ear Sunday morning Mr. J. J. Johns anda Like Dynamite On

L- .. ... ,E11-I-1-,7.mTCTB- nc.o p6 .jCTwgp Told by Our Exchanges. From 96 to 117 Pounds until her death. After an illness of nlrroescap(> from serious injury
crossing Alligator a
several months she died at her home
and Is Now Well and .
near Lake Butler, on Sunday night, buggy.Mr. Calomel loses you a day! You know '
February 27, 1'Jlfi! and buried at Johns had been to his place what calomel is. It's '
I OKEECHOBEE.-The purchase by -Doctors Had Pronounced was rr.ercury; gaick-
LEESBURG. 1,000-acre corn | south of town and was on his
way '
Oklawaha river near this Capt. J. II. Walker, of Osceola county, Elzey's Chapel Monday, February 28. silver. Calomel is dangerous. It
the home when he overtook Jones
field on upward of So.OOO I of the entire stock of cattle belonging I Her Case Hopeless."My She leaves to mourn her departure, Larry crashes into sour bile like dynamite, '
will produce who asked for ride and the
a negro
city it is said. At the I to the Skipper-Roberts Cattle Company her husband, one son her mother and cramping and sickening you. Calomel
bushels of corn, was permitted to get into the buggy.In
market price the field is worth I of the Okeechubee section, which daughterIrs.: John Kcisel had several brothers and sisters, and a crossing what is termed "the double attacks the bones and should: never be

about present$50,700.EOYETTE.1'armers. transfer has just been recorded in thecounty fallen off until she weighed only nine- number of other relatives and friends. bridge" Mr. Johns pulled his horseto put into your s 'ster.l, i

clerk's office, marks the biggest ty-six pounds and was so weak she the left to keep him off an insecure When you feel bilious, sluggish, con- a
stock deal that has taken place inSt. couldn't take nourishment. But when Cassie Winnifred, Dubose was bornto stipated and all knocked out and believe '
this place. But in stepping another
considerable section Lucie county for some time, involving she left Jacksonville yesterday she :Mr. and :Mrs. S. W. Uubose August plank, that threatened to break under you need a dose of dangerous

propose to plant a it is said, 1:: 00 head of cattle anda was twenty-one pounds heavier and 21 lf 04 and was united with us at the animal's feet, he shied to the left, calomel just remember that your druggist -

acreage to normarda punctata the, a plant consideration of approximately $20- she was a perfect picture of health.I Sardis Baptist church by baptism: July and in stepping on the end of a loose: sells for 50 cents a large bottleof
distillation popular
which yields by which during the 000. The legal papers making the don't guess her husband and friends 8,191'! ', and lived a consistent member plank, went down, and the horse slipping Dodson's Liver Ton, which is entirely i

antiseptic thymol, in market transfer of ownership were signed on will know her when she reaches her until her death. She had a sudden attack and stumbling, fell into the deep vegetable and pleasant to take
present war has increased on the Gth and by the terms of the iomf. It certainly is wonderful what of illness for only a few days, ditch. and is a perfect substitute for calooiel.

price from $2 to $9 per pound. transaction, Capt. Walker purchasesall Tanlac has done for her." when our blessed Lord and Redeemersaw The buggy was dragged down also It is guaranteed to start your liver

stocks of cattle ranging in St. Lu The above statement was made !y fit to take her to Himself in and o'erturned.Ir.. Johns fell on top without stirring you up inside, and '

MOORE I1AYE .-This new townon cie and Osceola counties belonging to Mrs. Annie Harris, Tesidinp at .16 Glory to await our call. She died May of the negro and escaped with a few can not salivate. '

Lake Okeechobee, is to have elec- E. E. Skipper, et al. Cattle raising Davis Street, while talking to the Tan- SO, 1910/ and was buried May 31, at contusions and scratches on his face Don't take calomel! It makes you

tric lights, an ice plant and a cold is one of the important industries in lac representative in Bettes Pharmacy Olustee cemetery. She leaves to and hands, and was soon able to drag sick the next day; it loses you a day's

storage warehouse. It is stated thata this section and is being extensively last Saturday. mourn her loss a father, one brother, the negro out of the water. The latter work. Dodson's Liver Tone straightens j'

company has already been organized developed. "For several months," continuedIrs. a sister and several half brothers and I'' happily escaped with a mud bath you right up and you feel great. ,

for the construction of plants and : Harris, "my daughter suffered 1 sisters, and a host of other dear relatives -I and a few contusions. The horse was Give it to the children because it ; : '

that work will\ be begun at an early 5,000C1CES NATAL HAY BEING with stomach trouble and loss of appetite and near friends. i the greatest sufferer, for the splintersof I it perfectly harmless and does not
until she became almost gripe. (10-1% ) i iI
date. physical
CULTIVATE HFKNAN150.Irooksille a i one of the shafts in_ breaking_ penetrated .
wreck. The physicians at home James Underhill Stephens was born I his side, and he was badly f :. \1
CITY.-The weather condi- pronounced her case very serious and bruised the ironwork of the ;: ,
PLANT March S, 1S4S, in Alachua county. He against ,
tions at this time are said to be the ( Argus) hopele s. They said she couldn't live was united with us by letter at Sardis I buggy in trying to get up. The horse I, ; It' I

most ideal so far as to setting of the Many readers of the Southern Argus and of course wishing to do all I Baptist church, November 4, 1\)13\ After may yet die from his injuries. I| ;. ,. :.;

terry plants that has ever blessed the passing along the Brooksville- could I hurried south with her toacksonville. a short illness\ he passed from this Nearly a year ago, when the road $ psI .

growers of this section. The precipitation Tampa hard road have observed signsf She had fearful painsin life June 8, 1910!) and was buried at was repaired across the swamp the !I ITrleirraph I ul

here Sunday and :Monday aggregated activity in clearing and development her right side and complained of Old Newmansville cemetery June 9th.He suggested that new and secure -

two inches. Sunday after- work about. five miles out of the shortness of breath and dizzy head- leaves to mourn his departure his bridges be built across the r 'I

noon and evening the fall was .00 of city and want to know what is going aches. We thought she would die before wife, .1 son, his mother several sisters -,I d banisters placed along the \\hol I, ESPECIALLY i

an inch, while on Monday the fall was on. she got to Jacksonville because: I f and brothers, two grand children I length of the road across the swa"ip.
she: was so weak and I ADAPTED :
1.40 inches. :nd friends. but this suggestion was, not hooded
Inquiry on the part of the editor of had read of the marvelous resultsof and the road is dangerous to t IT vol. FOR YOUR STATE : :

up-to-I! the Argus has developed the fact that Tanlac amon;t, our friends in the t especially after dark. Strangers coming a ai .

Ar.CADIA.the most the motto of the Argus-Always a North and 1 concluded to give it to my Precious loved ones, they have left us, I from the south, in crossing these ,
for tick eradicationto
date dipping vats Boost for Florida and Hernando cow> auphter. I declare it acted more like Left us, yes, for evermore; ramshackle bridges, get a poor imprecion -i' FREE
in the state is
be found anywhere in l'articular"-has a miracle than medicine and she began But we hope to meet our loved ones .
ty been adopted of the town before entering it on ,
located just one mile east of city On that bright and happy shore. 1
improving right from the start. She -I'
farm by the Florida Natal Hay Associationand this account.
the H. G. Gates trucking ,
near its sales took five or six bottles and I never saw I I OUR INSTRUCTIVE
constructed by the Parker general agents, the Inter II
and was anything like it. She went right Oh! how lonely the day and sad the I
Brothers of this city, who are among state Land and Investment Co., of in weight from ninety-six pounds to up a hours, WHERE HE WAS WRONG I CATALOGUE ANDWEEKLY "
extensive cattle raisers to be Lakeland.The .
the most hundred and seventeen-an actual grain Since our dear ones have gone; I
found in the state, and Wednesday afternoon officers of the Florida Natal or twenty-one pounds-and is strong But ah! a brighter home than ours Young Physician Failed to Heed the .

1,500 cattle were dipped. Hay Association spent nearly a yearin and well\ as if she had never }been sick In Heaven is now their own. I Patient's Symptoms. I ,, -. PRICE LIST ,-.

the invesstigation of Natal grass as II dayHer appetite is fine and she We, the committee on the report of I ." t. 4

PENSACOLA. hat found beside a forage crop for Florida and adapta- sleeps all night long and she has gone our dead, request that a blank page' "What is your diagnosis?" asked c i SEND FOR ;1

the body. of a ian at Calera, Ala., bility to Florida climate and soils. back home a changed woman in every in our record book be left in memory ; the older physician of his young con- I 1

Monday morning is said to have led to From government reports, state experiments -; respect and a praiser of Tanlac." of our dead, also a copy of this obit- frere, who is earnest but inexperienced -I THEM TODAY. I .i:

the identification of the corpse as that and the Tanlac is sold exsluslvely! in Starke uary be sent to each bereaved home. and who has been called in consul- i I .
experience of
of James Emmett, formerly secretaryof actual -: hy C. P. Cason; in Lake Butler by Fraternally :yours, tation. f1c
the West Florida Chamber of Commerce growers, they became convinced I Tomlinson-Maines J. I. DUBOSE. yell the medico, flf1A.'UIN sun (O :
I Drug Co. in Hampton says younger .
; -
and that the editor of the that the growing: of Natal hay in Florida :MRS. ZEDA DUBOSE. '
prior the "there doesn't seem to be much the ti
Pensacola News. Emmett disappeared affords the solution to one of the by Hampton Pharmacy; in REV. S. W. SHEFFIELD, matter The patient has a slight fever JACi SONVi1LL. FLA. ... :
Lawtey by the Cash Drug Store; in Committee. '
# ole'r'
several weeks ago. greatest problems of Florida. I and some light tightness of the the r
After a search of months for Jaiford by the Weaver Drug Co.;
many I should there nothing
was more
SAXFORD.-That over 1,000 acres a tract of land that would be perfectly 1 and in Worthington by R. T. Taylor.C. Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up SystemThe than a cold say bothering him." i THE fLORIDAMETAlPRODUasCo.I I l'' 'tt:

of celery was raised here the seasonof adapted to the raiding of the best A. Smith, Sampson, Fla-Adv. Old Standard general strengthening tonic, "My boy," said the older man, kind MANUFACTURE .
quality of Natal hay, they selected GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC,drives outMalariaenriches I 1 ...
about it
1015-16, the winter and spring celery ly, "you have gone wrong r.
the Mood.and builds the I
included, and with the fine showersof ard purchased a tract of land of over QUALITY. QUANTITY. .. .. A true tonic. For adulti anl children.up ays'n. sac Note these symptoms: A white ma' METAL 10"J:
rr.in that have just 3,000 acres in the beautiful undulating ble stairway in the entrance hall, gold* CEILINGS ,

purposes, together with the manye'I pine hills of Hernando county, and the :Many housewives make a vital mistake 1 Read the Bradford County Tele- furniture in the parlor, cut glass a". : 1f1II
tensive improvements estimates contractors are now engaged in clear- in choosing some of their foodstuffs graph-the home paper. silver galore in the dining room, twi CUIVERTS.5HIN6LE5 ,.;,A-
30 cent i ing and preparing this land for Natal automobiles in the sideyard, a oic!
there will be at least a per I! on the basis of quantity.It AND OTHER I. If
increase in the acreage this season': g:1The : gave the following result for destruction mahogany- t
fcrd the celery delta will produce the I I Florida Natal Hay Associationis has been proven time and again of stalks in controlling the wee "But what has that to do with the SHEET METAL : 4i;

largest shipments ever sent from this I a Florida corporation, headed by that the cheapest is always the most sickness of Mr. Gumpurse?" 1 BUILDING .
; I vils. The experiment plot consistedof
m&rket Early celery i is being set in some of the best known men in Flori expensive, while the highest price is I "It has lots to do with it. The n::' I I

the} field now and October 1 will see da-men who most Floridians know as not always the best.There's 400 acres. The check'plot was :30:: has congestion of the bank account WRITE TODAY MATERIAf AND SPECIAL' 'e.,
men <>f integrity, experience and good miles away. All the stalks on the 400 and the for to mak' i .
evidences of much progress. Cauli- a happy medium in every- proper move us I II CATALOGUES QUOTATIONS I
business judgment.The acre plot were destroyed during the is to relieve that as much as possible." JACKSONVILLE.FLA.. ':
flower, bell peppers, egg plants and hing. When you select foods, be care- I ',
Association is authorized by first ten days of October. During the t
other early fall crops have been planted ful. Don't choose any particular brand' I I +- f ;
and a large acreage with an earlier its charter to develop for its members I' following May a careful l search disclosed t- I JI
of, say Baking Powder, for example, I I I'"
crop of lettuce will also be ready for at the actual cost of the work, : one weevil on the 1(1e( :urcwhile I I More In Silence. Small! Fpcts About Horses. I '
,000 acres of this land, held in just because you get a big can for a : .i.
forty ,
market. small .II the check plot was so badly infested ,, :A man who lives right, and Is right, Gray hop-p? ?r< *" l l-n;<'.=t lived!. :; { sand
acre tracts, under individual deeds to price. I I
that almost all the squares had has more In his silence than anotherby cream f "I' r. '!;.. >a.."t :af- ,, :
the members. The Association is developing The risk take in I.j
signaling you ruining your dropped. his words.-Phillips Brooks. eucte- t.' I .. '. ': ..-' ,
this land in a series of tractsof entire baking and losing the cost of I 4It.c
the beginning of direct continuous I ___ _h_ .
each. A --- -- -
1,000 acres portion of the I the materials involved is not -I "e'"sa
trace between this city and South first series has already been sold to anywhere Y__ *. ,
equal to the small amount savedon ii
American the steamship Admiral :
ports, ''
p: rtits in the North and to Lakeland r CcprrtiMinibr
Sebree, Captain Hansen, dockedat citizens. the price of the Baking Powder. "' B.I.iuju>Idi T Tobue C*.

the Seaboard Air Line Railway The clearing of the first 1,000 acres Then again, because the price is Slip a few Prince Albert r

wharf Saturday morning from Tocop- is now going on under the personal high, don't think the quality: is best. .

illa Chile, with a cargo of nitrate for direction of Mr. Fredt'. Pope, one of Some women do, and they are losing smokes into your system : : .

the Nitrate Agencies Company, of the best known and must successful money. ,

which E. C. Ingliss is local manager. farmers in Florida. The Associations Look for the happy medium. You'll ",' .

The cargo was shipped by W. l K. I '. particularly fortunate in being find it. Choose a brand that costs a heard many an earful about the Prince Albert ; ,

Grace & Co., of New York and T. J. able! to secure the services of Mr. Popeas moderate price and you'll find it more ; patented process that cuts olit bite and parch and lets you ; :
is here the .
signors. This is representing the first cargo: of con-nitrate field manager, and all the work economic: to buy and more economical smoke your fill without a comeback! Stake your bank roll that C'
of direct be done under his personal super to use. it out hour of the day.
soda ever coming ;o vision. proves every

this! port from South America and will We must admit that the state of The best baking powder in the world Prince Albert has always been sold t ti
be practically all used in Florida.ST. can be made so as to sell for 23 cents CRINGE i
Florida like most of the other SouthErn without coupons or premiums. We a
states, has for de- per pound.DESTRI'CTION 1
many years prefer to give quality 1 Vt
AUGUSTINE. While high almost
i ended entirely upon one or "

'winds prevailed here last Tuesday and two special products such as citrus OF THE CUliu.V There's sport smoking a pipe or rolling

the barometer was very low, it was fruits and winter vegetables and the STALKS CURTAILS WEEVILS.The .
not known until Wednesday that a rowing of staple crops, like corn and : your own, but you know that you've got ALBERT1 _:

small cyclone tore up the forest about loahas been neglected. The consequence i to have the right tobacco We tell you ;

five miles south of here. Residents has been that now and for several first weevils which attack the ; Prince Albert will bang the doors wide ..
from that section state that a swath years the state has been im- rJ;
I cotton in spring are those which
crop for to come in on good time ;
150 mile in open you the national smokeYou've tt
yards wide and over a PCI ting large quantities of hay an- have wintered in the adult stage and joy
length was cut by the terrific wind. ruaVy and paying for the same at the \ firing up every little so often, without a 'i t .' )
these adults depend the late cotton .
Trees in the path of the cyclone snap- rate of $2: <>.00 to $30 per ton. for existence until time to into regret! Yowl feel like your smoke past t E'.
ped off like twigs, or were torn up by It has been demonstrated by exper- go
has been wasted
and will
winter quarters. Enough weevils willlive sorry you cannot
the the
roots and the lane opened by iments covering a period of twenty
cyclone looks as if a giant reaper had years: that not only is Natal grass especially l through this winter to infest the back up for a fresh start. f

been at work. A portion of the Jordan adapted to the Florida soil crop next year and insure the spreadof .

Davis home was carried away by the and climate, but that Natal hay, when the pest to new areas. V You swing on this say-so like it was a tip to a R

blast and a barn on the piat.e'was properly grown and harvested, is a If the stalks are destroyed early the IIthousanddollar bill It's worth that in happiness -

blown down, but no deaths or injuriesare hay which contains more of the nutritious weevils will starve before frost, I I' '' and contentment to you, to every man .'

reported. elements known as protein cause they eat nothing but cotton and who knows what be
than does the which is can ri
timothy hay
they do not into winter '
.. nLTOXews reached the city 'l cing imported.The until frost comes. Consequently, t gotten out of a chummy r

Wednesday morning of a sad tragedy Interstate Land and Investment farmer reduce the 0 e o jimmy pipe or a makin's
can materially number \
, that occurred at the home of Mr. I Company is selling this developed body cigarette with
; H. Weaver, citizen of the of \'l1d l l in tracts of 40 acres fully developed of weevils that attack his crop o
J a prominent and planted to Natal next year. A community can insure a o Prince Albert for"packing"l r
county, living near Munson. It appears I \ D
\ that Mrs. Alice Weaver, wife :Mr. Asress, the president of the com fair crop by co-operating: in destroying '

it Mr. I. H. Weaver, after eating hor t'any. has been frequent visitor to the stalks, according to S, E. Pace. 1I 1\\\\\\\\ Q P R D 1 ', THE Prtaast tidy

breakfast, went to her room and laid !?rook vil'e. during the working out of '!Ixtiic': agent for the University or \ 15 PR ERtNE L1.RETNOLDSTOEA000CO. r' red tin, and laThU
1 CCQ N i wuetoa-Sales, N. C. f fact, every Prtnc
the preliminaries of the "s
down. compan 't
f. Mrs. Black a daughter of :Mrs. Florida Extension Division. ,IE> S t' Albert package bM
Weaver, after finishing her meal stepped rbn;*. and is already well known to The stalks should be plowed under I jQ 5 QV ER If the reverae j' a rnl metsagetoyonon t
t' R ride of the tidy You'llread
I .h' tuner.e.
Of local It is 550SC ENSS I ..
into the hall, when she heard two "zne our people. our red tinwse -"Proceti Patented
four inches with two horse :
I shots in :Mrs. Weaver's bedroom. She belief thct this company is ep'aJ'ed or more a I -s II \ ,1 Q OCEO ,PER o ', 1 July y Ih.1907." Th.Unana
F plow A spike tooth or disk harn.-A t; !" that the Mimed StateiGuternmeot -
in an enterprise which will not only l>o
ran to the and entering
I '
room upon of the p \V ,1 hat gianted patent on the
should be ahead I
i found :Mrs. Weaver in bed with her a profitable one to those who may )become run plow so 1 0 OV process by witch Prince Albert I*

dress on fire and a "S-calibre pistol ly1 interested I ut that a development that the !stalk" can be turned under \ Q eeo made.throat And perch by which aro cut ton out u.I bite Every and

ing beside her. She was unconscious of this character will be of great readily. It is advisable to plow the : I tItl\\\\ ', jto BA Q wheraobsecobaaldyoellhnd.

{. but soon re'ivt'd.Ir.: Weaver asked good to the state of Florida in bring stalks under and thus conserve the organic II S OM4 aRE S 0 \a; Prince In t'roryredbagsSctidy Albert awaitin yo

hr why she had shot herself-she was ing into prominence one of its most matter for the soil. If'the far- ''I o StE S pptElt 1J tl'' \)\ red tint, lOc; handrcn
' pound and half-pou
.. shot twice just above the heart, both valuable natural resources. mer is not equipped for plowing the i 1 eUR tN 1 p1PEA QR00 1190 ? tin humidor* and

;: bullets in one place-to which she replied stalks under, he may cut and windrow I 1 E T 0 LQ that clever cryitaglasthumidor.wUh
Ln-Fos,A Mild, EtfactM uxativi t Liver Tonic
that she didn't know. She talk- poBgemoiatnertop
them. As the leaves and the
Does Not Disturb Stomach. soon as .tb.
, Gripe nor that ae p
ed to the children before she died, living (
) IB addition to other properties, Lax-Pos lighter parts have browned enough to tobacco In aucb F
some twenty-five or thirty minutes : R"y1t11i I 1 nee condition--

Before her death Mrs. Weaver had contains Cascara in acceptable form a i burn, fire should be run through them. \ .Iwayal'z

been time stimulating Laxative andTonic, Lax-Fos This will save the heavier parts of the
despondent for some on account -
acts effectively and does not gripe nor .
of bad health. The remains were stalks for turning under.
disturb stomach. At the same time, it aid
laid the Sullivan An experiment by the United States :
to rest in cemetery digestionarouses the liver and secretion :
i il
Friday. She leaves a large family. and restores the healirr n.acticns. 50. Department jf Agriculture in Texas, s

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!. ; i sioners, are in the same dilemma Muchof \'ETER.XSXD U. D. C. ENTERTAINED RECOUNT* OF ALACHUA'COUNTY BE OPTIMISTIC
Bradford County Telegraph the is literally AT COL WEEKS' HOME. HAS BEEN ORDERED
: taxpayers'
:+ ) money Here's Good News for Starke Residents
i thrown away by the incompetent and For Ladies fients'Let
f I
I careless managers. Is it not time for Wednesday afternoon at two-thirty, (Continued From Page 1.)
\ ; Published Weekly and entered as second
'i J the towns and counties to adopt a bet- Mrs. Jos. E. Wilson entertained the Have you pain in the small of the me "IT' your tailor and(

: t! I : I,k class matter at the post-office at ter system of management, so that veterans and Daughters of the Con- canvassing board by filing a motionto back? have the satisfaction of know,

Starke Florida. the tax burden be decreased or so that federacy at the beautiful home of ler strike part of the answer as irreve- Headaches, dizziness and nervous ing you have the neatest

,. the taxpayers receive the value of father, Col. W. T. Weeks, on Cherry lant, also by a motion for a perem- spells? made to order suit in town.

i i I E. .MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner their money? street. decorated argument tory writ, also the court by a demurrer.took the matter After weak Are? you languid, irritable and Your pressing, alterations
The house was elaborately
II. E. LAGERGREX, Associate Editor DATA. this business solicited.::
SOME TOPOGRAPHICAL under advisement until morningat
.1 with large and small flags, ferns and Annoyed by urinary disorders?
'I roses:: n the front veranda was placed 10 o'clock, when the following opin- Don't despair-profit by Starke ex-' The United
ion rendered the Tailoring Co[
The Starke Telegraph says it looks From the controversy between a large punch bowl, and Mrs. J. M. was by : periences. I

.I like the Almighty had set his canons I "Greencoveite"1 and "Middleburger"in Brownlee served the arriving guests Supreme Court's OpinionIn Starke people know Doan's Kidney Phone 83

I I i. against bridging the St. Lawrence at : the Green Cove Times we gather with this refreshing beverage.The the supreme court of Florida- Pills-have used them-recommend i
( June term A. D. 1rState rel I Across Street from P.
Quebec. If the Canadians will employ that there is some disagreement about chapter historian, Mrs J. M. ex them. o.

I a competent Yankee engineer, the Almighty where the Clay county courot hesu Alvarez, arranged a program suitableto S. J. Catts, relator vs II. G. Mason et Here's a Starke resident's statement I

will withdraw his objections.- where the Clay county court house' the occasion, which was the anniversary al, respondents."The : \:

i 1 Ocala Star. The first bridge was the should be located. From an expres- of the Battle of Marianna,I lator demurrer the interposed of by the re-is I W. W. Baisden, Starke, says: "I j I ...... --! -r ; -
to answer
;' I work of Yankee engineers, brother sion' by one of the writers we infer 'and was as follows: overruled. The motion to strike used Doan's Kidney Pills about four j jyears
Benjamin. that "the cause of the war" was the Invocation, Rev. W. G. Law. cer-, I COMER L :
for PEES
I tain of the and the ago kidney complaint. They <
I.I portions answer .
r I --+--- cussedness of the East Starke Drainage "A Medley of Southern Airs"Played -
I : Great Britain now declines to allow motion for a peremptorywrit are de did ma a world of good, curing all I .
drain *
.. District in boosting the by Victrola. Florida Real Estate, Und
Ij uj
c the United States to ship goods to instead nied. symptoms promptly.Iy back was .
water toward the Gulf of Mexico Solo, "Somewhere a Voice is Cal-
: : Sweden, Denmark and Holland "The alternative writ commandsthe strengthened and I felt better in every -i e Tinber
s t : t Norway, of toward :Middleburg via ling"-Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Elpert. :
: I contending that these neutral nations inspectors of precinct No. 3, inlachua way.
r Kingsley lake. Clay county politics A on the Battle Marianna,
; : have received during the firstseven paper .\ county, to sign the returns Price 50c at all dealers. Don't S3 years Experience at Starki ;
f must be a fearful and wonderful thing, written by Mr. H.[ Robinson, of Jacksonville '.
of the than and the canvassing board to simply ask for a kidney remedygetDoan's I
months more county
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be vain for to Confederate
which it would us try :: sole surviving r "U'ixy..W"W'\.t;. ,,
I I There is make out in duplicate new returns of Kidney Pills-the that .g
ordinary year's supply.
to understand, but as a portion of participant, read by Mrs. R. A. Weeks. -- ---- ..
I no doubt that Great Britain has also "MiddleburgerV letter conveys some Paper, "Wrongs of History Righted"Mrs. all the votes cast for governor in said Mr. Baisden had. Foster Milburn Co., j r. -_

I secured many times the ordinary rather astonishing topographical information J. M. Alvarez. county, so that said new returns shall Props., Buffalo N. Y. 301 I
from the United include the votes cast for General InsuranceI
of a5
supplies governor
t amount tlGold" n --- ---
of interest to some of on r Song, "Silver Threads Among 1-------
States during the year and an embargo '. readers, we reproduce it below: ; -Victrola. shown by the original first and sonly i 1.i'acct matter, prior to the order of the but
represent none
should be placed on all goods returns from said precinct No. ::3 court, that the FIRST
'Greencoveite, in airing his Solo, "Mother \lrCn'e"-\Irs. A. Z. I supreme supreme CLASS
consigned to this arrogant and domineering Latin, the cause of war is Adkins. -and shall include the votes cast for court had no right to take the matter companies and will be
I nation immediately, or Amer- says the candidates for governor in all oth, I the constantly ou the alert to
fa! that the Drainage District at The approach of refreshments was: out of circuit judge's hands or pro
ican shippers should be advised by our Starke is conveying the water to announced by white paper napkins being er precincts of said county at said I to make any orders which might conflict mote your interests. Guarantee

I government to pay no heed to Great the Gulf that should come down distributed among the guests by election as shown and only as shown with the orders already made or courteous treatment to all pi-

,, : Britain's orders and that country the North Prong of Black creekto the following little people: S. T. Del by the original returns made by the I that may be made by Judge Wills in trons. A well written policy bya
: should be commanded to keep hands inspectors of the said several precincts' the matter now before him. first-class
Middlebur to float logs to mar- Jr., of Gainesville, Milton Brownie, I agent in a first-
i off or a declaration of war would follow ket. Jr., and little Miss Annie Long. Irs. of said county. For these reasons the supreme court class company sometimes means

any further interference with our "There never was anything Wilson, assisted by her sisters, :\Ies-: "The respondent's answer in substance declined to make any order setting a I much in case of loss by fire.
commerce. But President Wilson is : That prior to the application day for taking testimony before them
further removed from the court dames W. L. Wall, J. M. Brownlee and
1 t' about as neutral as Republican Leader house question than the above S. T. Dell, of Gainesville, served sandwiches for a writ of mandamus in this until the suit pending before Judge H, C. RICHARD Starke
: Mann said he was, and it is not likely statement. We do not see any and coffee with whipped cream cause, an application was made by Wills is determined, ,
: I I! r that anything more than a milk warm connection whatever between the The veterans thoroughly appreciate another party who was a candidate i i in Such being the rulings and decisionof -:4

I I': I protest will be made.. -Quincy Times. Drainage District at Starke or ed the occasion and were enthusiast! the same primary election, to the circuit the supreme court, the proceedingsbefore r. ----;

r q I Ii THE RIGHT-TO LIBOR.i Lawtey and the removal of the in their praise of the honors show court for Alachua county for a Judge Wills will doubtless COFFINS CASKETSAnd
I I I court house. But, as the 'Greencoveite' them. writ of mandamus to be directed move rapidly, resulting in a recountof full line
.-. i .I I I has made the statement against all inspectors and clerks call the whole county, including Ala- A of
I : One of the best editorials ever appearing that Starke is 75 feet lower than precincts in said county and the chua precinct No. 3. If this is done Undertakers' Supplies

1 I; i in the Starke Telegraph was Kingsley lake, I will say that all county canvassing board to compel< Mr. Catts will get whatever majorityhe Always hand. The
: i in its issue of August; 25th, in which Government surveys, so I am told Repartee at the Card Club. them to correct errors and inaccuracies is entitled to from Alachua pre- on sei-

f' ::' the Telegraph, among other things by Mr. G. R. Frisbee, Sr., C. E., At a card club the other day a "'omIn in the original returns and the cinct and Mr. Knott will get all that vice at the lowest prices. Special

: equally as good, said: "Some of the claim that Kingsley-lake is 84 feet tried to add the score, failed, am canvass! thereof; that said alternativwrit he is entitled to by a correct count of attention to telegraph orders.

.. II i state papers are condemning; the above sea level, and that would passed it to another woman, who likewise was issued and at the time of the remaining precincts.
j I' movement of laborers to the north, make Starke only 9 feet above sea failed. The third added it without the answer was being complied with; Word was received here today that Registered Embalmer

't i and several places are up in arms level. As Starke is only six miles trouble. "Pardon me." said No. 1; that the original returns were incorrect the recount of eleven precincts in

\ i against the men who hire them. The from the lake a drop of 75 feet sweetly "but would you mind telllm and that to comply with the writ Alachua county showed a net gain for DeWITT C. JONES

+I i inducement is higher wages. Not all in six miles would be some drop me whether you were a bookkeeper or in this case would be to perpetuate an Mr. Knott of twenty-one votes. There Suc'sr to G. C. Livingston &: Co

; the emigrants are colored, but whether for this part of Florida, believe!! a teacher before you were married" error and confirm an untruth. will doubtless be further gains in the Starke Fla.

; they be white or black, they should me! Any school boy in Florida "Neither," was the reply. "I was "Now the right of a candidate in a precincts yet to be recounted.It ,
i! I be free to go if they wish, as long as knows that Starke is more than merely educated." Kansas City primary election is to have the vote was also learned that writs have I ---

i I t they do not run away from debts or nine feet above sea level. As a Times. cast:: for him accurately counted and 1/ren granted on petitions of Mr. Knott ;

i Ii : break contracts." We agree with this matter of fact Starke is 22: feet proper return thereof duly made; this for recounts in Seminole, Franklin,I

I i k\ absolutely. We believe that labor is lower than Lake Kingsley." I is the public! duty which the officer: Hillsborough and, perhaps, two or
!' worth all it will bring, and that it As no ..g-o\'?rnment survey" has evr MRS. WIIITE ENTERTAINS TilE of the election owe to the public and< three other counties. Optician i Tested
'I should be paid for in cash. It is of- taken the elevation of the surfacef LT.i.. the duty which the candidates (equall;:
't ten paid far less than it is really Il.r ? have to have Xo
right performed.
the Last:
Kingsleylake above the sea : Friday afternoon, :Mrs. J. W CLEAR BAD SKIFIWI: WITHINPimply Broken Lenses
worth, and we for one never expectto candidate have writ of mandamus Duplicated
1 elevation only be guessed at.On White entertained the young people ol may a
can Same
true due Day as R use our voice in helping to hold the against election officer to< muddy complexions are .
; west side of the Loyal Temperance Legion, also ii any
I the road along the We Specialize fid Orders We
on Poshfc
back whenever think with to impurities in the blood. Clear I fly
they inconsistenwith
people he lake the U. S. Geological Surveyestablished attendance was a committee of ladies compel him to do any act up y 140 *. rOR3YTt sr.His
!' reason, they can do better somewhere a bench mark at an eleva- from the W. C. T. U., who brought a correct and accurate perform the skin by taking Dr. King's New

else.-Madison_ Enterprise-Recorder.. ion of 215.04 feet above sea level. flowers and delicacies to be sent:: to the ance of duty. If the original canvass Life Pills. Their mild laxative qual- ------
IS C.\TTS SANE? From there to the lake is a drop 01- aged and shut-ins. Immediately after of the Alachua county primary ities remove the poisons from the system -

about 3;i feet. On the north side of : the meeting closed the children election returns was based upon inaccurate and brighten the eye. A full, Guess.Bill"What .

the lake another bench mark was established went to different parts of the town returns of the vote cast ai free, non-griping bowel movement in
In his speech in Gainesville last elevation of 210.86 distributing the gifts. the different precincts then obviously do yon suppose those
at an the is the
of dose
Wednesday night Rev. Sidney J. Catts,, From there to the lake is a :Mrs. E. W. Stewart presided overthe the county canvass was erroneous, and morning reward a European soldiers do when they find
I candidate for governor, stated that hey feet. of about 30 feet, as near as can meeting, and a short program was the court will not compel the respondents of Dr. King's New Life Pills the night: the trenches filled with water?" 1iDv.l1y -

4 .I had taken about every epithet except drop be guessed, which should make the carried out as follows: to perform an act which is admittedly jefore. At your druggist, 25c. ((1) I they fill I reckon. '
that of a "s. of b." (He never abbreviated based error. I
a surface of Kingsley lake about 18'' Chorus, "Battle of the Centuries"L. upon
the words) but would never the sea. As to the eleva T. I.. "The circuit court for Alachua county ----- - -
i j take that. There were about two hun- tion feet of the lake above Starke there is; A story of the Childhood Life of t in this matter, a court of concur r- --- sssuauraarmgsa"STAR

t dred ladies in the audience and the work. A U. S. CoasSurvey Hon. Neal Dow. the Father of Prohibition rent jurisdiction with the supreme

j use of such language in their presence some more bench guess mark near the depot (no -:Miss Olive Ray. ourt, had already taken jurisdictionf TH GUARANflID

was a severe shock to even Catts' most highest spot in town) declare!: Piano, "Christian Endeavor"-Miss the cause which has for its! pur- LIFE"

i ardent supporters. How any sane man on the there to be K.4.9'24: feet Dorothy Edwards.A pose the correction of the election returns -

: i could! so far forget himself as to usesuch the elevation 16;: fl'et.Iany: years Temperance Story-:Mrs. White. and the returns of th<; county .i

__"... vulgar language in the presenceS or practically tried to find the difference :Mrs. I D. II.: Edwards will be the anvassin gboard as based:: thereon I
S ladies, in a public address, is beyond ago surveyor elevation between Stark manager of the L. T. L. for the com "These allegations of fact are a
the comprehension of decent peo in and he declared it to he ing year, the meetings to be held the nitted by the demurrer and motion I
Mr. Catts is said to have at onetime and the lake writ of the alleged
; I pIe. his rodman said he first Friday in each month, at the for peremptory
been confined in a hospital forI 34 feet. But down as to the lake on ac home of :Mrs. Edwards on N. Walnut 'acts are true they constitute a compete A I STELLA VITAE atsdireetlyon the female organs IIId replatdJ

I i! the insane, and the only excuse the never went of a big alligator ::.I't'l.t. On this occasion the names ofa answer to the alternative writ .r the functions peculiar s.od: to women. itbtopiwat icgrel'ereadanteo- !
count of the presence DUg suppression. bani-hes the terron of thu e perlOl1s so dread '
: Sun can see for his using such lan- his first rod away up on number of new members were added. Filed Joinder of Issue t by weak nervous run down women It has ht'lro tousans of iuf -
I I guage in the presence of ladies is that but the the roll. erers and is guaranteed to help you. Voar money bacK on the ntr
believe to
; his ofmind. the hill we are inclined to After the court's decision counselor firet bottle if you are not benefited-U at four dealer's.THACHER .
he has again lost equilibrium
n1 I," I figures wrong. Later another surveyor The hostess, assisted by Mrs. 0. W. Mr. Catts asked for thirty minutesn MEDICINE CO., Chattanooga, T.IW
,:; i took levels to find if the water of! White, Misses Dorothy Edwards and which to file a joinder of issue on
At rate there no excuse for
any lake could be led to Starke Ethel Griffin" served:: the guests with he matters of fact set up in the answer -
r. i the Mr. use Catts of last such indecent Wednesday language night.-by He[ found the lake six feet higher than ice cream and cake. The little folks of the canvassing board. In the ... !.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!. !.!.!.!.!. !.!.!.!.!.i.!.
:s the highest point in Starke. But as played games on the lawn and thoroughly oiner of issue or reply he set up

I Gainesville Sun. it is believed that he began his work enjoyed the afternoon.The hat the only true returns from the f.

I .\ CHANGE NEEDED. at the bottom of the lake, where the out of town !guests presentwere several precincts of Alachua county A. L. CREWS I I.
I water was deep and where the "in- Mesdames Annie Richard and were the original returns and that the

t f There big farms in the take" should have been located if the Bruce Norman. new returns made pursuant to the recount BLACKSMITH AND WHEELWRIGHT
many for supplying -" -. under Judge Wills' order were
country the annual expenditure on lake had been used HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY
Starke with water, these figures must intrue.
which that of small cities.
i I If these surpasses farms were managed the also be discarded, and our gUN, un The reply, however, did not deny SATISFACTION GUARANTEED :
I til we have the facts, is that the sur hat,: the circuit court had, some fifteen -
the cities how long
as are
1 same way it before would become face of Kingsley lake is 12 feet above : days prior to the supreme court's i RAIFORD FLORIDA
would be they :
i bankrupt? Do the managers trust the highest point in Starke. Worn Out? action, taken jurisdiction of the whob -0

the work to be done to incompetent According "MiddleburgerV au subject matter of correcting the inaccuracies .!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.! ...!.!.!.!+!.!.!. .!.!.!+fS
Starke's elevation above the No doubt if of all the precinct returnsf
i and irresponsible persons, and do they thority you are -
have the work done in such a slipshod sea should be only 62 feet. Bosh! Beside you suffer from any of the the county in order that a true and -
I the U P numerous ailments to romplele return of the whole county
the Coast survey
I that it must immediately be Jf
done manner over again? Do they pay for S. Canal Survey bench mark at the which au women are backache subject night be forwarded by the canvassingoard ooo cc<>OO< -I

i court house gives the elevation as 160.- Headache > to the proper state officials. Nor .
work and supplies before they are inspected sideache
4 lid the reply deny that progress
? Do they have unnecessary feet.A. weak tired feeling, I
the circuit court
r work done just to furnish jobs for fav- little farther on "Middleburger'says are some ot the symptoms been made under

,i orites? Do they delay an improvement : and YOU must rid proceedings to the extent indicated in I
1 until it will cost twice as much as "I have no doubt that a little yourself of them in orderto the answer nor did it deny that those Bank f Starve II III

i if it had been done in time? Do they I conversation I had a few da'sago feel well. who Thousandsof have proceedings are still pending before i
J Wills.
t abstain from making certain improvements with one, of the public servants been benefited this Fudge
in which I stated that in my P by Counsel for Mr. Catts then relt't- .
because: an outsider would to Florida
remedy, urge you not Starve :-: I
i rather not have them? Do they buy humble opinion that we would ed the court to immediately set:: ,

supplies they do not need or supplies never have the extreme high water TAKECardui ater than Thursday morning for the I :
in Black Creek again as we i aking:: of testimony on the issue tendered -
they know nothing about because a '
flick-tongued agent persuades them to had, that much timber had been by his reply. Negotiable Investments.
do so? Are there parts of the farms removed, and that the canals in Counsel for Mr. Knott was in court .
much in need of improvements that and around Lawtey would carry S I IThe and argued that the pleadings in thecae I I

the managers never visit? off some of the water instead of before the court admitted that I There are many investments

i The managers of large farms mint: letting it dribble in Black Creek, the: prior proceedings before Judge which are unfit for short term
be, competent men who keep their eyeson had the effect of fanning into Wills was undertermined. lie also

every part of the farms to see that flame the distinguished Latin Woman's TonicMrs. stated that he had just received notice.y I investments because they are .

nothing is neglected. Everycontem- scholar's literary efforts above wire from a Gainesville lawyer,
plated improvement is carefullv stilll'' referred to" Sylvania Woods :\Ir. Williams, for argument before .

ied and the cost of and profit from it As it happens that the waters ol P Clifton Mills Ky., says: fudge[ Wills: cf certain demurrers ana

i is considered before inaugurated. Everything the Lawtey section have the habit 01 "Before taking Cardul.I motions, etc., presumably filed by the is not the case with the .

bought is inspected before running away from Kingsley lake and I was, at times so weak I nspectors who refused to recount \\>*

paid for. The laborers must work Black creek, instead of to them,. could hardly walk, and nquired whether the supreme court Time Certificates issued1 by the

full: time. If a contingency! arises ":\liddle urJt'r": is wrong again. II the pain [in my back and would undertake to try the issue ten- Bank of Starke. They are [

; when the manneer himself is not ableto some Middleburg: men really believed 4 .head nearly killed me. dnred l by Mr. Catts' counsel, while the
decide he does not "go it blind." that the drain water of the Starke am After taking three bottlesof circuit court was at the same time 2 always worth their face value;

but engages! an expert to decide for Lawtey sections could be made to rur Cardui the pains dis- rearing the pleadings and trying is- if allowed to mature they
. : lake ::=:ues involving the same subject mat-
him. lie i* pu-fcd: by the princirl.hat to Kingsley they should have
. '.-. a sti.ch: in time $:1\c.> r.ir.e." Every Len on hand in time with offers tc appeared. Now i feel as t n* *i.. yield 4 per cent interest. I

4 / dollar spent for labor or purchases contribute to the payment of the extra well asl lever did. Every The court then announced that, s t ".

must bring a profit. cost of digging! canals 40 feet deep I suffering woman should stated in its opinion, the circuit court

Bow different are the towns managed in places, and much longer: than they try CarduL" Qdabottte its matters of mandamus, had concurrent E. S. Matthews, Pres. Ted H. Halligan, Cashier

under the prevailing system of now are, but they did not show up. today. E-68 jurisdiction and equal power to I J"

aldermen! But the towns are not the enforce the rights of complaining parties 1

i 1 only! mismanaged institutions. The : Read the Bradford County Tele < T.J I : that the circuit court having acquired xW<< Pooooooi oooo >oo
entire sub-
counties, "run" by boards of commis-j graph-the home paper..ter'c jurisdiction of the

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A. J. Underhill was in Jacksonville HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS.The '! ! !' !- !' '!-' '! 'I THE LADIES' MUSICALE

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Girls Athletic Association of ?' BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES. Will meet Monday, October end, at t4'

Bits of LocalInformation Mr.several Ruric Wells here, of this Jacksonville.week visiting the Bradford County High School was .t i. ... .,., n 3 o'clock at the residence i of Mrs. A. !
spent days recently reorganized for the 1916-17 i Js i' ; l' i> >J> M. Darby. '

friends. term by the election of the following Last week the following persons All members are earnestly

named officer: left for school, Arch Thomas for ed to be present at this first m :
Everything Shriver sells has a money Florence Matthews Gainesville, Homer Limbaugh for At-
president. of the season, as very important bu I
guarantee back of it. We handle Hazel Brown, lanta and Blanchard Law for Lake
secretary. ness will come bef 01 e the club, as
c.HNMI.. P,._,.. 2&1".1.1 ...ftrya.a only first class goods and we give you Clara Moitt, treasurer.The City.Mrs. I I as discussion of pkus for the '
M w. c...." aM r.... service. captain of the basket ball team J. E. Futch and Mrs. T. N. work.

has not yet been elected. Practice Limbaugh are visiting at Daytona. I New members arE urged to come r
I Shiver has the store, stock and ser- games are being held and the team Most persons have returned from that they may get in touch with !
II vice. Then why not buy your needs will probably be selected in a few vacation trips and all services are work.A .
, Sunday in from him and keep your money at days. pretty well attended. There
Sale at Stump's.J. Dr. 0. Haynes spent were goodly attend,uice is
: Remnant Jacksonville.J. home. We save you money and you The boys association has been reorganized more than 100 at Sunday school last by the president ard other officerSTOP -:
in see what you are getting. Think it by the election of the following Sunday, with fair audiences at both
R. Dover, of Hampton, was W. Nichols, of Raiford, was in over and see Shriver. officers: morning and evening services. THE FIRST COLD.

, town Wednesday. town Wednesday.J. Prof. S. S. Dowling, president. !i There will be the observance of the I A cold does not getwell itself. (1)f y

I! from Dixie? Yes, so is Ruric A. Wells, of Hampton Springs, Gus Beasley, Secretary-treasurer. Lord's Supper at the close of the 'I I' of wearing out a cold a ;
Are you O. Turner went on a trip to was a visitor to Starke Monday. Mr. Raymond Spear, captain of the foot morning sermon next Sunday. The process
Shriver. Waycross, Ga., Wednesday.Mr. Wells is in the employ of the Southern ball team. evening service will be hereafter at 7 you out, and your cough becomes ,
I ious if neglected. Hacking cou J
in Express Company and runs as a instead of 7:30.
of Lawtey, was
j 0. J. Phillips, and Mrs. W. L. Breeden, of messenger between Hampton Springsand LELAND SOFT PHOSPHATE. The B. Y. P. U. will meet at 6:15 drain the energy and sap the

I town Thursday. Brooker, were In town Monday. Adel, Ga. instead of 6:45. Let all interestedtake For 47 years the happy
Sternberg- notice. of soothing antiseptic balsams in }

1 I Mr. and Mrs.Jacksonville.N. spent U. D. Miner, the jeweler, was in Mrs. C. P. Cason has returned home Mr. E. L. Bouchard, vicepresidentof The following officers for the B. Y. King's New Discovery has
I Thursday business. the Seminole Phosphate Co., of P. U. were lately installed:
f Jacksonville Tuesday on after a sojourn with her daughter, coughs and relieved congestion.
Croom, Fla., in Starke Albert '
i was Thursdayon Dubose, president.
:Mrs. J. R. Garris of .
visitor Philadelphia.While etfrd f
! J. F. White, of Lawtey, was a business and and young can testify
the Mildred
Special Sale on Ladles' high grade North Mrs. Cason also visited paid Telegraph Crosby, Vice President. '
to Starke Wednesday. office a call. The Seminole Georgia Mills ness of Dr. King's'e1\' Discovery s
Company ,
olippers-$1.-I9 at Stump's.B. New York and other places of inter- .
is manufacturing "Leland Soft Phos- Charles Powell, treasurer. coughs and colds. Buy a bottle

L. L. Sapp, Jr., marshal of Lawtey, est. phate" as a fertilizer and is putting Doris Law, pianist. I I I at your druggist, 50c.
was a visitor to Starke Monday.A. D. Kelley, of Raiford, was trans- it on the market at a very reasonable
acting business in Starke Tuesday.J. J. J. Rigdon has harvested his crop price. It is claimed that their product -- "

W. Anderson, manager of the of broom corn from 11 acres. He is contains 25; per cent of available phos- v

Ford Garage, was in Jacksonville on W. Andrews, Sr., was a business well satisfied with the result and will phoric acid and that when it is mixed

Thursday.Mrs. visitor to the metropolis Thursday.Mrs. work up the product into brooms. Mr. with cotton seed meal or applied to y

Rigdon also made a heavy crop of soil that is well charged with humus I

A. Reinoehl, of Jacksonville, J. J. Cone, of Apopka, is visiting corn. that it is a very complete fertilizer. ANNOUNCEMENTA

spent thge past week here visiting relatives in Starke and vicinity. The company has issued a booklet containing h

I friends.Mr. Mrs. J. M. Truby, Messrs. Joe Tru I very high recommendationsfrom

I I D. E. Knight, Esq., was in Jackson- by and Brooks Shipman spent the past truck growers all over the state CORDIAL INVITATION IS GIVEN
III Walter McDonald spent Sun- ville Thursday on professional busi week at Kingsley lake, and while and from strawberry growers of the
II : day here with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kick- ness. there Mrs. Truby had an addition builtto Plant City section. YOU TO VISIT MY STORE ON

i liter. her cottage, also other improve- Leland Soft Phosphate is sold at $10
Don't forget Lane's opening day, ments made. ptr ton in car lots or $11 in less than

Sale on Ladies slippers, $1.19 and I I Tuesday, October 3rd. I car lots. The subject seems worth TOINSPECTTHENEWFALLMILLINERY

I $1.49 at Stump's. I II Tuesday Ralph and Owen Dyal, of while the investigation of our farmers -
1 I Mrs. D. T. Clark, of Savannah, is the Florida Cattle Feeding Co., Bel- \ t

I d Miss Leila Dyal, of Fernandina, has visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. more, passed through Starke with r

returned home after spending a week D, Wainwright.Mr. eleven large draft mares. The animalswere U. BURROWS LANE'SSTARKE .

I with Miss Ethel Griffin. to be taken to Live Oak to be
I ,! J. F. Canova and family motor- bred to a jack. FLA. ;
:: Mr. L. Pharr, hitherto of Milltown.Ga. ed over to Sanderson last Sunday, returning Automobiles Repaired

I ., is now a member of the Tele- home the fame day. Tire Furnished and Repaired
:Miss Anita Wills went to Jacksonville
graph's mechanical department.Mrs. Supplies of All Kinds
to visit her sister,
churches Wednesday Will Your .
Beginning October 1st the Appreciate Patronage
Mrs. E. Harris. She
was accompanied
N. W. Francis, of Jackson- will commence evening services at STARKE, FLORIDA.IT ;
by the latter's infant, who had been
ville, spent several days this week seven instead of seven-thirty.
some time with its grandparent: Dr.
with her mother, Mrs. Lee. PATTERN :
Mrs. J. C. Wills.
= and WAS TWINS.
1 Special Sale on Ladies' high grade

I tm M. M. Hale, county enumerator, is slippers-$1.49 at Stump's. I HATS
11' taking the agricultural statistics in A. L. Bradley has contributed a bun- I Wednesday morning, the :2.5th:; int: '|

this section. Judge J. T. Wills is having some repairs dU of rice to the agricultural exhibitat Mr. Gi'o.; L. Massey, proprietor of the IL A.SPECIALITY.
the Bank of Sarke.* Arrangements
and remodeling done to his resi- Starke Cigar Co., came down town
Hon. W. G. Seals, nominee for rep- dence on Pennsylvania avenue. are being made by E. S. Matthews, wearing a joyful expression and hold- AS
resentative, was a business visitor to president of the Bank of Starke, for a ing up two fingers. His friends at

, small display! ( of agricultural products first he had
,' Starke \S dnesday.K motored thought received an order
Mr. C. A. Marks and family -
: i
c. in the lobby of the bank building and
for two millions of his famous "A. P.II. ; ,
: Gainesville last Sunday and
over to
K Miss Kate Livingston, of Jacksonville with relatives and the farmers of this section are invit- ." cigars, but he soon explained that
the day
;'i is in Starke visiting relatives friends.spent ed to bring in specimens of their his joy was caused by something that ,

and looking after property interests. products. A little history of each would not go up in smoke. Two girls >

_ j returned home product should be furnished in order had arrived to bless his home, and ,- -

J Peautiful pattern hats on display at Miss Cassie White twomonths' that it 11131!be written on a card as they were strong and lively and the :I -- ._- -_.-
from delightful I'
yesterday a
those who call to inspect
j Lane's, Tuesday, October 3rd. stay in the mountains of information to mother doing well. As Mr. Masseyis .wl.II.IFl.PlIFsI.IuulIlI.ullMIlNI.l.
the exhibit. known to be very found of children, -
North Carolina.
: James Reynolds, of Graham, passed his many friends warmly, congratulated r
I through Starke Thursday on his C1IAS. MARKS JR.. CELEBRATES him on the event. .
D. C. Chase has opened a grocery
way to Jacksonville.Mrs. I store and fish market on Ninth street, BIRTHDAY.On .

in the store recently occupied by the CARD m'TII.\XKS. ; l'

_ I J. F. Bullock, of Fayetteville, Sanitary Market. Monday afternoon from three- A. D. ANDREWS
- N. C., is visiting at the home of herI' thirty to five-thirty, at the home of his To the people of this county-We

I brother, Mr. A. A. Culbreth. Mrs. I D. P. Mitchell had as guests parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Marks, can't say enough to repay our feeling; I i'

during the past week her brother and on Tenth street, Charles Marks, Jr., to you all for your extended kindness MERCANTILE COMPANY .
I Mrs. R. L. Lockhart, of Haines City, fhterIr.. John Brandeis and Miss celebrated his ninth birthday by entertaining also the undivided time and patient j I

I spent the past week at the home of Yiney Brandeis, of Callahan.Rev. a large party of his friends. of Dr. Seeber King, through the sick- > : 1
her uncle, Mr. N. T. Ritch. This party had all the delightful ness and death of our wife and sister, '' j RAIFORD FLORIDA.

Caslor of Jacksonville, Ethel Andrews. I !
A. D. features which 10 with children's par-
Messrs G. C]. Livingston, C. A.I spent the first of the week here with ties. There were jolly games on the S. V. ANDREWS: j ........ .
Marks and N. T. Ritch motored up to his friend Dr. M. M. Fryer. Mr. Cas- lawn that made the children laugh and T. L. GODWIN I I -- -i

Lawtey on a business trip Wednesday I lor preached at the Episcopal church squeal; ice cream served in cones, j I "

morning.Mr. Wednesday evening. iced cake cut in squares and a large DON'T NEGLECT YOUR COLD.I'i 5 We have some young MARES, MULES and
white cake on which was burning nine '
and Mrs. 0. J. Griffin had as They all tell you if you want to pink candles-all this made the children Neglected colds get worse, insteadof GOOD HORSES and some balky HORSESwe : ,1JI I i

their guests this week Mrs. J.: II. find what you want to go to Shriver's.Mr. glad! they were living. better. A stuffed head, a tight '
Jones of Messrs. Ralph want to sell. Anyone to .;
Tampa, and wanting buy
The popular young host received a chest must be relieved at once. Dr. i. ..' .
and Owen Dyal, of Belmore. I I David Wills spent Sunday at ,large l and varied assortment of both I Bell's Pine Tar Honey is nature's HORSES MULES OR BUGGIEScome
Rocky Point with :Mrs. Wills and her 'beautiful and useful gifts, and the occasion remedy. Honey and glycerine heal I
Levy Dyal and son, Herbert, of Fer- mother. Mrs.l Wills accompanied him will ever be remembered by to see us. We will sell for : '
the irritated membrane, antiseptic I
. nandina, stopped over with Chief Silas home, greatly improved in health. him as one of the "red letter" daysof : I
. Kite Wednesday night, while on an his life. i tar loosens the phlegm, you breathed GOOD PAPERS or CASH

p.|' 11: auto trip to South Florida. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Graham and Mrs. T. B. Ellis, Jr., of Gainesville, easier and your cold is broken up.i ,

f I' little son, Billy, and Miss Carrie Mc and Mrs. A. C. Adams, of Decatur, Pleasant to take, Dr. Bell's Pine Tar I .
Special Sale on Men's and Boy's Kay motored over to Raiford last Ga., assisted Mrs. Marks in entertaining Honey is an ideal remedy for children j -, .'

t Palm Beach suits at Stump's. Sunday, returning home in the after! and serving the little people. as well as grown-ups. At your druggist I We will pay you highest prices t'cr .
.> '' noon. The invited guests were as follows: 25c. ((11') I ; ;
Mr. Henry Freeman has gone to I 'I Margaret Livingston, Elise Jones, ;i el 1 SEED COTTON. We bought fifty.one .
. Tampa to take up his work of teaching W. A. Dubose and son, south of G. Elizabeth Brownlee, Fanny Darby, Lu- Read the 'l1raJlh-S1.50 f rear '
science and athletics in the Tampa C. Livingston's, are now in positionto cile Mitchell, Margaret Long, Vivi- __ i I I thousand pounds last Saturday: 't
; High School. do all rice hulling, grits grindingand rette Floyd, Ethel Griffin, Mary Ca- 1 \
" + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
. 4 feed crushing. They do your work nova, Eloise Hitch Virginia Weeks, + + I September, 23rd. s i' r

.i iMi; :! Jackson Moody, of Green Cove while you wait. 9-29-2t. Harriett Ritch, Ruth Poppell, Frances + '
Springs, was in Starke Saturday. He Colle:,', Dorothy Edwards, Anita Ellis CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING :

= is under treatment of Dr. E. T. Campbell Mrs. C. A. Marks had as her guests of Gainesville, Joe Sistrunk, Lau- + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + '
I for cancer. this week Mrs. T. B. Ellis, Jr., and rie Tomlinson, Hollis Knight, Paul I We will sell you the best COTTON d
, little daughter, Anita, of Gainesville, Canova, Julian Canova, Hamilton FOR SALE.-Good horse. D. C. :
; Mrs. N. B. Hull returned home last and :Mrs. A. C. Adams and little son, Ritch, Carlyle Ritch, James William Jones, Starke. 7-14-tf. SEED. And don't forget that when : ,. 'i.

r Friday afternoon, after spending some A. C. Jr., of Decatur Ga. Brownlee. Morrell Smith, Mervin Reg- I I )
FOR rises
' time in New York visiting her sis- I ister, Ruffin Edwards, Hugh Brownlee,, SALE OR EXXCIL\XGE-Fine cotton ; [ it rises at t,
ter. Thomas Limbaugh, Hamilton Darby, Berkshire pig. Ira W. Andrew,
r i" Wm. Thomas, of Waller, Clay county Raiford
of Jacksonville, Charles Darby, Sammy Starke, Fla. : ,
to marketa
was in town Wednesday I II
Mrs. A. H. Freeman went to Tallahassee Sternbere, Russell Daniel Eugene
load of cotton. The cotton crown strawberry ,
last Saturday morning, where Matthews Don Hoover, Leo Witkoski, i FOR SALE-Klondyke
this year in the western part of Clay G. C. Cady, R. F. D. No 3, \
she will visit her L. A. plants. i
daughter, Mrs. is marketed in Starke. of Jacksonville, Hart Newman, Roy
\ county being Starke 9-1-tf '"
:: Yates. Newman, Joe Wainwright Owen Grif- i WE HAVE a LARGE STOCK -

fin, Augustus Long, S. T. Dell, Jr., i
FOR RENT Store room on Call :
I of the Primitive I
Mrs. Annie Richard and daughter, The yearly meeting of Gainesville, Telfair Long, Comer vacated by J. S. Brown 'I of all kinds of new goods to select ,
.:: church, near Heilbronn street lately
Mrs. Bruce Norman, of Jacksonville Baptist Long, A. C. Adams, Jr., Decatur, Ga.,
The to J. E. Futch. 8-4-tf.| WE WILL BUY
held two weeks Apply from. WHATyou
; Springs, was ago.
were guests the past week of :Mrs. D. Misses Emma Darby, Amelia Ray and
R. Edwards and :Mrs. E. Matthews.. following! Starke people went out toattend Mrs. Kate Stuck.FORGET .
the meeting: Mr. and Mrs. I FOR SALE-The Sydboten place;I have to sell and sell you what you have
Starke. Address Mrs

,". Gordon Johnson, a well known citizen Arch Ritch Green and family and family J. H., Mr.Ritch.N.S. T.L. YOUR ACHES. M.Cherry I' McCook street,, Gainesville, Fla.. for to buy. WE ARE OUT FOR BUSINESS.A :-
of the Dukes section was trans- 9. 9-'t.
Peek )I $Mattie Warren, Mr. and Stiff knees, aching limbs, lame bad prict '
;"' : business and what do
in Starke Wednes- Come;to see us see we can for you
',; : day. Mrs. W. G. Brooks Mr.: and Mrs: Rob make life a burden. If you suffei FOR SALE-Good clean Klondyke ,

I, Cone and J. B. Mills. from rheumatism, gout, lumbago, neuralgia strawberry plants, by bed or count.

i I. You are all invited to Lane's opening get a bottle cf Sloan's Lini T. A. Crawford, Route 1, Starke,

Tuesday next. There is more Catarrh In this section mont, the universal remedy for pain near Brownlee's place. 9-1514t.
C of the country than all otter diseases Easy: to apply; it penetrates without A. D. ANDREWS
and for It -
;,; I R. II. Taylor, of the Lake Butler put together to be incurable.years Doctors was supposed prescribed rubbing and soothes the tender flesh LOST-Red setter dog; left town Fri-

section, was in Starke Monday and local remedies and by constantly Cleaner and more effective than mus day morning, September 25th; n'I I
called to renew his subscription to the fa.ling to cureith local treatment collar, answers' to the na
came on
,., < pronounced It incurable. Catarrh Is a sy: ointments or poultices. For strain MERCANTILE COMPANYTHE
Telegraph. local disease greatly influenced by constitutional of Blease. Reward for return or ir-
muscles wrench J I
or sprains, sore or
and therefore
conditions requires formation. A. Z. Adkins, Starke. It
constitutional treatment. Hall' from strenuou (( BRICKSTCRE)
The ligaments, resulting s:
Women's Christian Temperance Catarrh Cure, manufactured ty F. J
f Union will meet next Monday afternoon Cheney &: Co., Toledo, Ohio. is a constitutional exercise, Sloan's Liniment gives quid SALESMAN: WANTED-Industrious F'LORIDAr
r three o'clock, at the Methodist remedy, ts taken the internallyand Mucous relief. Keep it on hand for emergen, man to give part time to sale of RAIFORD,
acts thru the on I
-: third':: Surfaces of the System. One Hundred cies. At your druggist, 25c. ((11 lubricating oil ,and grease, special*
Dollars reward Is'offered for any case ties and paint. Commission bfis, I

H The Missionary Society of the that Send Hall's for circulars Catarrh and Cure testimonials.F. fails to .cure. To Cure a Cold In One Day until ability is established. pertrta-I e

( i Methodist church will be held next J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. OMo.Sold Tike LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It Itopt tb e nent position and wide
Thursday afternoon October 5th, at Cough aDd Headache tad works off the Cold qualified if desired. Riverside. Re-I
bv Pnisrpisls.j 7>
Dmggitts refund money if it fails to cure .
three o'clock, at the church. lull's TanCy: r:is for consilpailou. E. W. GROVE'S signature on each boi. 2c: fining' Company, Cleveland, I

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tW1.! las Best ran baking powder biscuit ___-___--___________-_______--____ .75 .5' I f

139 Best loaf corn \bread1___-_______-__--____._______________-_____ .50 :5 a 3

, 140 Best pan raised biscuit _-____Unnnh_-_______-_____ .50 .-5: 4I
141 Best loaf of bread ________________________________._____._______ .50 .23 HAVE ESCAPED '".

Bradford County Fair 142 lust collection! of candy not less than CANDY.four kinds _______ X1.00 .50
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rV I" 143 Best collection of candy by girl under twehe years old ________ 1.00 .50

=" t 144 Best apple pie __.____._ -_.__________________-__________ .50 .25: i .,..

145 Best lemon pie _____00 __-_____________________-__________ .i0 .25
"*' i To be Held at Lake Butler 14ti Best pumpkin pie ---u____________-______________ .50 .23 !

147 Best peach pe; u_-_______________________-___________ .50 .25 TO BE HEADING .;
x 14S Rost home made talail drts.-in. _-_____________________ .50 .23:!: .

V t it il October 23-24-25-26-27-28 1916. 149 Be.st; quart grape| wine __-___-____u_____________________ *1.00 FOR THOUSAND ISLANDS

&. 130) Best quart blacKlierry, wine _-_______________________-______ 1.00

H 131; Brat quart home made vinegar __-_________-__u_____________ L"1'
I AGRICULTURAL FINE ARTS. Sheriffs and Possemen Still on

152:: IItot..iI; painting, animal copied ___.__u______________________ l.f'0 .30' lr
I umber let :lad 3rd 153 Best: oil Iaintinl11m\<1'5 copied ___-__ -_-----_____-_____--_____ 1.00 .50 Search But Have About I .

: I 1 For the best most compute and artistically arranged collective individual tat Best: oil painting fruit copied _____ ________________________ 1.00 .:i'l' ,
u -
agricultural display ____ ______ _________________ __ $ O.OO $10.00 $5.00s.ou
-- Abandoned
t -- 153: But oil paintiny, game copied ____UhU_________________ l.0 .;;,} Hopes.
,i', of in the 70 Ibs. to the bushel I "S-O-M-E !
t :2 For the largest yield corn .ar. produced 136 Itist pen and ink drawing ____----_________-----___--_--__.____-- l.f'O .30 -- normal"
on a measured acre, not less than three bushels in the ear 157: Best land-eape water color painting ______nu___________ ____ l.flO .30) "Anytime; you tilt
1 _____ .. 4.00 :..00I :MIAMI Sept. 24. The impression rerloodiC'S'u
to be. exhibited: ------------------- ------ ------ -- 135: Bret landscape, crayon work _____-___________________uu_____ 1.00 .50' : general :e Calumc1 B
collective exhibit of Brain seeds from one farm 3.00 2.00 1.00t' is that the Home. tead ban; inC
I 3 For btt-t --------- FLOWERS AND PLANTS. ;: J>o dld'! My motheruset
;1 in ____________ ____________ 2.00 ; itshe's -
4 Best bushel react btans |pod> --- 13:1: ricer begonias, iivarieties ____ _________ ___________ __ 1.00 .30:; robbers have made their final getawaybut tried all otheIshe'
1 -- -- -- -
,, __ ________________________________________ 1.00 \
5 Ik peck
; i uu 160 Best funeral bouquet ___ ____________ ___ ______ ____ 1.00 .*$ in spite" of this fact Sheriff Hardie learned: her lesson
--- -- --- -- -- -)iow
of __ ______ _____ __________________.._ l.OII ihi
6 Best display ,
lioKorn 161 Rest treraniums Iie8ri..ti,, ___nn__-_____________________ 1.00'" .5,) and his posse: are still" on the ground slicks to. Calumet
7 Best bale Sea Kland Cotton _._________--____----__________--_-__ 5.00 :.00
16 i2: Best) selected flowers of kind most tastefully arranged ____ 1.00 .50' "Un for
any u hoping that they will be able to iualled
i bolls attached __________________ 2.00 1.00 yet making
: S t Best 3 stalks Sea Islanld cotton 163 Rat display of roses __--_-______--___-____________ ______--___ l.hll .50 bring in the robbers. Sheriff Hardie tender srholesome. l light; bak
of cotton stalks bolls
I !I Largest and most attractive display on matured

t and unmatured _____-______n__________________________ 2.00 l.oo( SCHOOL WORK-PENCIL DRAWING. has been joined by Sheriff Jaycox, of ings. Wonderful leavening
1 Hit First Grade. Sphere., circle, bhowinx diiTennt: objects Pram them__ and raising qualities .
10 Best 12 stalks of corn general purpose ______________u________ 2.00 l.HO Key West, who brought with him fife -uniform
; 165 Second Grade. Triangle, cylinder, showing different objectsfrom results. ;Mother
.;r,_ ___ ___ _____________________________ 2.110 1.00 cone : say Calumet
au 11 Best bushel oats -- -- -- -- -- them ______-_____nunn________________________ teen or twenty picked men and the b the moot ti-oncmical to bay-mot Hoomiral
12: Best sheaf oats --__________--_________--___----__-________ 1.00 1M Third Grade. Half circles, half half cylinders, showing different two sheriffs are now working together. lo inc. Try it at cmtllccetred
a 13 Brat bushel __ ___ __ _________________ -___________ 2.00 1.00 cones Highest Award
rye h ------
objects from them __________ ____ ___ __ ____ It is thought now that the robbers -
-- ---- -- -- -
z i 14 Best three bundles of sorghum grain attached ____.__________ 1.00" 11,41 C..I B..I ,,,;- "
167 Fourth irade. Ovalsasis. cups pitchers urns etc. __--______-- have escaped to the Thousand Is S.. s.'., .. Aim/ Can
15 Best three bundles Gtrn.an millt-t.: grain attached __..__________.. 1.00
IKS Fifth Grade. Squares cubts. d.amonds. rectangles objects from
__ ________ __________ __________ 2,1111 1.00 lands and if this is a fact there is lit-
-t 15 heat bushel rough rice ---- -- -- them __ ______ ____________-_________ __________________ *
s : I' 17 Bt>t bushel field jwas ---___ -___--______-___---________________ 2.HO' 1.00 169 Sixth Grad Ovals closeness to circles also cylinders obj..ctsfrom tle hope of capturing them. Sheriff .L ;

__ ______________ .___ __________ 2440 LUll Hardie has shown wonderful bravery.
1< Btst ten stalks \broom corn _
-- them ___._____ ______ __.___--.. ________--________--____ a1'u -
bushel _____ _____________ ___ ____ ___ 2.1111 l.oo venturing into where his
19 Best peanuts -- -- -- places men
t 'I Seventh Grade coheres, objecU. : from them _______-_________. __
__________________ 5.00
20 Rest display of home ra'sed nuat (50( pounds! u 171 Eighth Grade. Triangles! pyramids) cones, etc. _____-_uu__ would not follow, risking his life hop
; I 21 I-arjrest and most attractive display and gnatestariety of foral!'". S First I'rize. R.bbon. Second Prize Ribbon.OBJECTIVE ing to secure the robbers. Few can
1 one bale of (I.ch'ari..ty to be exhibited: _____________-____n 5.00 2.00
l' realize the
DRAWING-PENCIL. hardships which the sheriff
s : : __ _______ _______ __ _____ 1,00' -
:i'J Itvst lard, not under 5 pounds un 172:! First Grade. Balls apples, etc ___h-_______-________________-___ .23; and his men ave stood in their ef
; i 23 Best five pounds honey -,-____--_. ,________.__________nunnn 1.1,1)e "
i 173; Second Grodt-- Tent ttc. ___________ __ '
cnp. -------------a
forts the
: i 24 Best display of fresh vegetables raised on one film ____________-_ :3.MO: 2.00 to capture bandits. These islands -
1 174 Third Grade. Bowl half half apple, etc. __ ___________ .25 '
r I 23:: Best bushel swett potatoes --_--___--_-____--__________________ ..u0 1.IHI egg nu have almost impenetrable thick -
I j 175; Fourth Grade. Ovals vases, cups pitchers etc. ______________ -:!:; 4ING
+ l ; 1 :: Best: i>eck onions ____ ___nnn_______________-________________-__- 1.00/ n ets of saw grass and mangrove. The '
I I I:6 16 Fifth Grade. Iloxes.: stairs baskets, houses, books _______.____. ___ -:!5 f 19
I i 27 Best display pumpkins. 3 or more .......---------------------- 1.00 clothing of the men is torn into shreds"
177 Sixth Grade. Cylinders placed besides spheres, itc. ________ .25: 8 I R)
I stalks __ _______ __________ __ _________ 2.00 1.011 1 .
f :2s! Btst ten sugar cane -- ---- S while millions of made vicious ,
i 17S: !Seventh Grade. Spheres placed besides, books vases, etc ____-___ .23: : mosquitoes -
t I : 2:::1 Best half gallon cane syrup. in glass _________-___n_____________ 1.00 .50 '
Grade. __ attacks them both
17'J: Eighth Triangles cones, pyramids besides other objects\ ::5 upon day annight. test
;, : 30 Best display of sugar cane syrup not less than five gallons in glass 2.50 1.00 -Ribbon.
Food was hard to loaf
1 get.
; 31 Best pl'Ckach of bolted meal and Brits. Bradford County product 1.01 a NOT t

32.: Best box oranges __ _____ _________________-______________--__ 1.00') COLORED DRAWINGS.: of dry bread beingthe only food forvs.
-- -- Isl First Grade. Green field and blue sky _____________________ '
I I :33: Best dozen grape fruit __n____________-________________________-_ 1.00 uh The guards know full well that
1*:2 Second trade.; Leaves, any sort __________________________ ___ $ r
34 Best quart kumquats ___________________________________u______ ..50I' should the robbers sight them, that M4
I 1 IS3; Third Grade Trees any sort _______.______________ _________ I
t' 35 Best exhibit pecans ____-___-_______--______________uu_ 1.00 .!ill e quickly a bullet will follow the dis
i 1 !lIt Fourth Grade. Grasses especially native; _________________._____
36 Best display of farming implements manufactured in Bradford 1S5 Fifth Grade. Stem leaf and flowers __________h_______________ covery. Every officer and guard has
County ___ _________nn_____-------------------------- 2.50lit e taken his life in his hands.
i ___ __ There is
\ I lab Sixth Grade. Stem leaf and flowers in pot ____ _- _____ _
LIVE STOCK. 11 Seventh Grade. Spray of traces, specialize shading _____________ also danger from the guards themselves -

Number 2nd 3rd 139 Eighth Grade. Spray of leaves with flowers ________________n____ e a sthey will shoot the first
i 37 Best stallion. 3 years old or over __________________________ 4.MO -First prize. Ribbon. 'Second prize Ribbon. I'man they see knowing that their life asrM1CAd

!i Si Best stallion under 3 years old _____--____________--______ 2.00 PEN AND INK: DRAWINGS. ,

:39: Best mare or gelding, 3 years old or over _____________uu__ 4.00" 189 First year Hiiih School ______________________T__ ___________-___ ..">) depends upon securing the first shot "

40 Best mare or gelding under 3 years old ____uu_____-_______- 2.00 I'.io! Second year High School __ _____________--______________-- ..501U At this writing there is little hope of

41 Best. horse colt under one year old n_____________________-_____ 2.00 Third year High' School _____.__________un__-_______-___________ .50 securing the robbers, either dead or

; 1 42: Best mare cold. under one year old _uu________________ :..00t l'J2:! Fourth year High School __________hU____________-_________ .50) e alive. The total rewards offered for t
: 43 Best mule. three years old or over _________________________ 4.00 e-Ribbon. 'heir capture amounts now to $1,000,

I I 44 Best mule colt under one year old ________________--_____ :2.00: WRITING. out the sheriffs and their men are not

R; 1! : 43; Best bull three >ears old or over _____________________________ S.oo 193 Best written copy in each grade from first to twelfth each. Total $3. .25: seeking the detection of the robbersfor
; 46 Best bull calf under one year1old _________________________ 2.00 .-Ribbon. the
rewards offered but
; 47 Best cow, three, years old or over ___nU____________________ 3.00 ARITHMETIC. are risk-
\ 4$ Best heifer calf under one year old hUuu________________ 2.00 194 Best written number work in each of the three, fiat tirades each ing their lives from a sense of duty.JACKSONVILLE.According .

: t 49 Best boar over one year old __-_______-________-_u____________ 2.00 Total) 75 cents ____hnnu________________________________ .25 >
; i 50 Best boar under one year old _________________________________ 1.00 195 Best original illustrated problem in each tirade of 4th. 5th, 6th to

: 51 Best sow over one year old ___n_______uu________-_-___ 2.UH 7th. Mh grades each. Total 1.25: ._____-___uu_________-__ .25 the :Manufacturers Record, Florida

I 5J:! Best sow under one year old __-n_____________.--__-----_______ 1.00 196 Rest original illustrated problem analysis given step by stej., by ranks second among sixteen southern

I I 53 Best sow and pigs.not( less than six pigsi, ____________uu____ 4.00 2.00 high school h____-_ --_--_._____________--_--_______________-__ .50 states, including the District of Co- .
POULTRY. 197 Best First Grade language paper ---------------------------------5: lumbia, in the per capita gain of cap- Cheap and big c canBaldngPoj-ders

.F ENTRY: FEES--A charge of ten cents for each fowl will be made 19* Be-.t Second and Third Grade language par[ tach. Total 511c___ .23;; ital invested in manufacturingenter- save you money? Cclumett'rz-.l-it'.PcI'f
'I_ for entries in this Department. 199 Best booklet in each grade 4th 5th 6th 7th, 8th showing regular -
+.V prises, from 1909 to 1914. The total and far sup n=f to sour nl>.old coda
Number 1st 2nd 3rd class work in at least five studies one or more pages to each

al" I I 54 Best |tn chickens any variety: ____n____________v___________- ::!.511 1.50 study. Booklet cover and entire work of construction to be work amount of capital invested in manu- _:,

V 53; Best pair barred Plymouth Hocks --__________--________-______ l.uo .50" of Pint! each. Total H.:::!;; ________-_--__--__________--_.___- __ .25; facturing in the state in 1914 was $3- rr !: ,
r t f' 56 Best pair White PI>mouth Rocks _____-__________________u_____ 1.00 50 200 Historical sketch of Florida from its discovery to the present time. IST.l-lG.OOO, and the total amount of ; t

5; Best pair Rhode Island Reds ____________________________ LUll 50 Eighth Grade pupils _--__--- ____.--__-- ___ _____--_--_------__ .23:! i capital invested in 1909 was $:?, 8-:; Full Supply 1f

i 5s Best pair Cartridge Cochins u-_______________-___________ 1.00" ..511I 201: Geographical sketch of Flor.da.; high school pupils ____n__________ .511 9'r:! .oon. Florida shows a gain of ::!1l'el' .

{ V f I i V 5U; Rest pair Brown Leghorns _____________________________- LUll/ 50 :'II:: Sketch of Florida's gnat men ____u ..nnnn_________-__ .:.;0 cent in capital invested. COFFINS '111'D OKKETS

I 6n Best pair Black :MinorcaBJ -. _____________-______-___-______- 1.00 .:50 2113< Sketch of Florida's resources, Specially those of Bradford County .30 e f'

1! : Be-t pair White LvKliorns --__--_____--_______-______-______- l.n") .30o'l 204 Bradford County of the future _________ __________________________ .30 I
4 t I' tit> Best pair, White Orpingtons ______________________________- 1.00 .' 205:: ;; Btst map of Bradford County, showing Count Scat and ten largest Tin: GOLDEN; EGG DESTROYED. All Size:* and Qualities

I.. Ii;5 Btst fair Black OrpingtonsH6 .; __.____________________ _______ 1./ln> ..5"I towns rivers, lakes railroads, passing: through the county and >.

l Btst pair While Came Bantams --__--__________-___--__________ -- 1.00$ ..5'I ) any other feature that would make a map interesting ____Un__ 1.011 Always: on Had
I / : Best: pair While Indian Runner Ducks nnn____________- 1.00 .50 2<>6 Bt-st exhibit of language work of any school each grade to be rtprtstnted Apalachicolans for many years had --

1" tr : hS Best: pair Penciled Indian Runner Ducks n________-_._______-- 1.00' .5'1 l by three papaw showing work of three different pupils nature's smokehouse in the bay in the

v ti'.t lift pair :\Iu..coDllc"s _--_--_______________________________-- 1.1)'' ..MJ each paper showing progression of work ________________________ 1.00 shape" of millions of mullet, and thes PRICES REJSO&IBLEJ.; : ;
;\ Bt-st pair Bronze Turkeys, ___._________________-___________n__. 1.00' .50: -07: Best exhjb:t of booklet original to school containing not less than 1 '. .
fish I
71 Best pair White Turkeys __ __--_______________________-_____---. i.o'o .30 ton pages any number more if desired giving name of school belonged to any men who owneda .
r' 1 NEEDLE WORK. rosttr of pupils age of each and grade name of teacher! work (". tr.et or a seine! and who had Clergy I J. C:. CONK

Number + 1st 2nd 3rJ accomplished to one week bfeore fair. Aim in view for school for enough to row a boat h hunt':..' Liwteyi :-: Florida. *

I 72 Bert apron embroidery ___n_____ __ _________________ .50 .23:! this term and length of term. Location of town as to state and the.-e fish. Xo restrictions were plac- I, J
73 Best collar and cult embroidery .30:; :'JS: county imputation of town and names of trustees. Resources of ed the .
1 --------------------------- on fishermen as to seasons or inthe
74 Btst napkins .3t embroidered --______-_____ -------------- 1.50 .23:! i town, natural advantages, attractions and hopes for the future. -
I 1 73; Best set sheet and pillow cases embroidered __________________ 1,00 ..s.0i / Each chapter or part of above booklet to be written by different size of the mesh cf his net. Smal! ; '!) ... ,() 0 t ..4 i 611946-

I 76 Best pillowslips, embroidered and trimmed ___________________ .50 ..25I ; pupils if ixKsible. Covers to be characteristic of town or school)__ 1.00 e fish as well as large ones were caught, 0 ;

77 Brat towel cro S"liICh..J ____n________-_______________________ .50' .25: :208 Turpentine from the pine tree to the consumer and its u.es there millions of the latter being thrown .

I 7> Best Ud room sit.:........... crochetedliest _--____________________--_._____ .50 .25 after. Also the products made from the residue and their uses1.40) away. Finally laws were made to restrict I. R. Davis

\ 79! bedspread crocheted _____________________________________ 1.00' .50 209 Cotton from the Reed to the dry goods shelf -.____________________ i.on the ;

r4 Best centerpiece crocheted _--_______________________-____--__ 5$) .25::: 210 Corn from the seed to a can in the grocery store __________________ .50 catches and the sizes to be /

: at Btst) handbag, crocheted ___ _______ _____ _____ ---- .50 .25 211 Sugar cane from the seed to a jar of fine granulated sugar in the caught. But alas and alack! Juries | & Company

,11 s2! Best head scarf. crocheted __________________u-_____-________ .50 .23:!: grocery store __--_--______--__-- --- -----____ -- ----_--_--_____ .511 would not convict the men who transgressed ;

II 443 Bt+t doily dmnur" _.__nn________________________________ .50/ ...j 212'el.t beans from the bean to the barn and its uses .hhn__ .30;) : the law, and the destruction of .
b4 Best 1'llIosham, drawn work --_____________. ____-s.0 :::!5 213 The Ideal) Farm Home. Its location, surroundings btt trees the <

r I .5 Best sideboard cover drawn work _____-_______-______-._._u__. .5l: ,) .25A around home pure water screens if necessary. Why? Large small fish continued. The law wasa INSURANCE

r b6 Best table cloth drawn work _______u____________________- 1.00 ..541i rooms in house, need ventilation, sanitary out houses, prevention dead letter. The fish got scarce, and i

I s; Best centerpiece battenburg -..___un______________________ .50 .23:; of fly and mosquito how to prevent their breeding fruit, finally there was nothing for the fish-

:: ;r ,I ; t 1j Best centerpiece, tatting __._______-__'__________________ .50 .23::; vegetables, home made butter, milk clean houses clean tables. erman to do. He must perforce seek | *. -
k MI Best pillowslip, tatting tr mmed .... .50) .:5II clean people, beauty indoors and out, flowers and teaching children
----- ---------------------
I ) Rest bedspread, knitted ___________________---- 1.(11) .v..,) to care for them ________________________________________ l.oo e other pursuits or find new fields wherehe i Starke :-: Florida i ii

I j 9l Best pillowslips knitted and trimmed _____________-____________ .30 .25; 214 Best display of work by any school other than a high school. could locate fish in paying quan i 4

; !I J Best shawl, !knitted -----________________________________ .50) :.25 showing work in each grade __----_----_______________________ 10.00/ tities. The goose that laid the golden e.J. + +i.! ..!. ;.t+

j 93 Best baby pillow ------------_____________---_____-______- .50 .25 215 Best display of work by any high school showing work in each egg had been destroyed. The fisher-

94 Most practical kitchen apron -____ ____________________________ .50) .25 grade from First to Twelfth __--_--_______-_--_______--_______ 10.00 men destroyed him, and the juries witha -

f : 95 Best fancy apron --__-_._____-________________----______________ .50 .25 216 Best display by negro school showing work in each grade ____u__ 5.00 e
mistaken idea that
i I '{ ; 96 Best bead work ------------------______________-__________ .50 .2:; -Ribbon. fisherman

P7 Fanciest work bag -.______--_________________________________ .50 .25 SPEED PROGRAM. needed the sympathy voted to put him RUB OUT PAIN

t 93 Fanciest laundry bag _n________________________________________ .50) .25 ENTRANCE FEES-10 per cent of purse offered on each race to out of business.-Apalachicola Times.
j 99 Best Quilt. cotton patchwork ----_____----____________________--_ 1.00 .50 be paid on entry by each one entering race. Purse shall be total with good oil liniment That'

100 Best Quilt. wool patchwork -______--________--__--_____--_--____ 1.00 .50 amount of premiums offered for each race.THURSDAY. the surest the*
i 101 Quilt handsomest in any work ----------______________________ 1.00 .50 OCT. 26th. PE.\ (;T.FED HOGS DISCRIMINATED way to stop
I, 102 Quilt best made by lady over 70 years old ____-_________________ 1.00 .50 2 :1111 P. M.-Mule race, no entrance fee. free for all. half mile ________ 4.00 I 2.00 AGAINST. The best rubbing liniment V ,

J Following\ seven numbers by girls under 16 yean of tge:- 2 :3'') p. :M.-Horse race half mile best two out of three ________________ 10.00

1(>3 Best specimen outline work ---------------------------------------5) .23: FRIDAY, OCT. 27th.

I lOt Best dressed dull -oounn_______________ .50/ .25 :! :00 P. M.-Florida bred stock only. Pace or trot. Best two out of Meat MUSTANGLINIMENT'

I 1 1. 103; Best specimen plain sewing _mhh____-_=============== :.50' .25 three, half mile _____--______-___.________________________-__ 5.{ofl 2.50 packers have always objectedto

lilt Best specimen knitting _________________________________________ .50 '::5I 2:30: P. :M.--Florida bred stock, running, best two out of three half mile 5.00.5.t,' peanut-fed hogs, because the meat

I i 4 1ft; Best quilt patchwork .._.-._-- -_--_-----______-_--_________--___ .50 .23 i SATURDAY: Oct. 2sth. and lard are too soft and oily. This

i liH Best crocheted lace ___---_____-_______--____- _______ ---------- .50) ."5i :2:00: p. M.-Free for all. trot or pace half mile best two out of three_ 5.00' 2.511 objection is more frequently met i in

i i l 109 Rest knit lace _______-_______________-_____________ =----------- .50 .:-;) :-:30: : 1'. M.-Florida bred stock running race, half mile best two out of hogs that in

!i 1 JELLIES PRESERVES PICKLES. CANNED GOODS. three -----------------__--____---______--_______-_--____-__ 5.onft they were poor condition when
BABY SHOW. were turned on the peanuts. If
j i : 1st :2nd 3rd

: I ll\umbrr.) Best orange Jelly ----_____--_-________________________-_________ .50 Best FRIDAY. P. it!.. (Main Building). they have been fed well all summer Card for the Ailments of

,; 111 Best plum jelly __- __--_----_-_--______________________--_____ .:;0 Best looking girl baby from 1 to 2 years old ------__._______--_______ j.(?) before pasturing the peanuts the meat Horses Mules Cattle >Ete.

1 i 112 Best strawberry jelly __--____-____--____-___-_______________ .50 lookinlboy baby from 1 to 2 years old --------___--_----____--- j.ft,) and lard will not be so oily. I ,

113 Bt-st blackberry jelly _________-_n_________.____________ ..51)lit SATURDAY. 1 P. M. Good for own A dies,
j __ Best looking girl baby under 1 year old -_ _- .. __.. ______ ___ __ In any case A. P. Spencer district your
IVst praw, fruit jelly! _________-u________ _________ .50 ---- -- j fIJ Pains
115: Best exhibit of jellies greatestariety ._-______________M 2.00 Best looking boy baby under 1 year old\ --.- ------ -_____----____--__ 1."? agent for the University of Florida 1 j Rheumatism, Sprao*l
Best pair twins under 1 year old __ __ ___ Cuts Burns Etc.
.u Uh __ '
116 Best grapefruit marmalade ___ .50 -- --- -- 1.511 Extension Division ,
1 --------------------- .o advises feeding

I( 11; Best orange marmalade ______-_u___________________-- .50 ."5I corn with the 2Sc. 5<)c. $1!I. At all
I 1111-* Best huckelU-rry jam _n_______________________________----- -.;*' .: Chronic peanuts. Sweet pota-
.v Catarrh is toes will also produce firm fat and it'
I ? Best strawberry jam .50 Curable Dealers'H
------------------------------ ---- "si
i 120 Best blackberry Jam _____u______________=_ .".v.; 25: j'' it is a good practice to have peanuts
Nothing is -
tnorediatresaingto! i the
121: Best tach ..... sufferer and his and
I pre-erves ------- ------------------- .5'' _3 catarrh Usystemic-thatU. it is present throughout A Chroni! sweet potatoes in adjoining fields'
122: Best watermelon rind .30' it may manifest itself in a local the y though\
preservesBt ---------------- .23 ulceration. >
so that the
123 -t fig presentsB _uu _h______________._____-______________--- .v,<') .25 Local Only a constitutional! treatment Well overcome hogs can harvest the two
1 U'l: t strawlierr __ .5:) ." treatments sometimes help the acute ma f Sn'n'C, but catarrh. together. Without some such provis-J' AsRYourGroce
preservesRest ------ ------------------------ 3 cannot overcome tie systemic:duaorer they |
123: cr>.talized figs -___________--__-_________________-= .5:) 25C ; ion the hogs cannot be marketed ad-

;, 1:6:: Be-t canned peaches in glass ____u__-_________________________ ,T>* 25t :? PERUNA Has Helped Thousands vantageously and may be discriminated -

;, ; 127: Bts-t' canned tomato**. in glass _____________________u_________ .50 25 Iti.a foe to catarrh.
': : 12Best exhibit of canned vegetables not less than six varieties ______ 2.00 S. tablieh...tba Peruna benefit8 The voluntary ill a testimony otperunibuilds against so seriously as to make the

t, 129: Btst sour cucumber pickles -----_--------------------------- .30 25:! tiptedamtionrestoresthestreagthand helps of 1I'a5.Put the $.-?' ; production a loss. CHEEEAL'SCOFFEES

t' 130 Best sweet cucumber pickles __________-____u______________. .50 ..d' k. Peruna las special m Packers require that the animals be
1':1 Best tomato pickles, sweet .50 .25:? value in catarrh It
I : I. 13: Best tomato pickles sour _____________________--______________ .50 25 r-fia lives to the vitality membranes to the and system enables, restores tone finished on corn or sweet potatoes the

: i 133 Best peach pickl.. sour _____________________________--__- .50 .25 their unctions. In many these eaae.to perform i ; last few weeks before they are placed |
I ,3; Hist each rckea.: sweet _____ .50 .:.25I Oa warreaaaasoswwa beneStebegieatones, and it rarely fails on the market. It is best S
f r ---------------------------------- S Diarnoors when treatment ia continued to give
I 123; Btst mixed pickles .50 ,:.251C The PCr1na properly
I ---------------------------r---------------- L Medical Department 1I'rUbe some of these feeds along with the
Best chow chow ___-______._____--_-_______________________-- .50 .23 17. __ glad to agist you toovereome tb dieesee1a
:;: "' The doctor'a advice II free. peanuts and the final change. to the
137 Best exhibit of canned vegetables, fruits preserves and jellies by ter. a tment. Don't delay Best lev

one exhibitor: ______-- h____________________________________ u_ 5.00 :.00 THEPERUNA finishing feeds should be made grad- By Every
Co.. Cohunw o. ually over sixty or more days.

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+ + + + + + + + + + for the rat:fixation or rejection of the laid 1916. and approved on August 2. 1916, and declared to be disorderly guilty of
g + + Resolutions amendments to duly promulgated thereafter prn. A FAITHFUL HORSE. .
'oin proposing in compliance with disorderly conduct within of this !" !' !' f '
+ LEGAL NOTICES Constitution of the State of Flonda. viz: the provisions therein contained. The Town Section. The owner. lessee meaning or !

+ + + + + + + + + + + + + Counci met in its regular place of meeting !or of any house of i alent or house prprie prem '
# Amendment sid Town at 7:30 o'clock P. M. on the WEEK. ,
i \ JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an wee or places used the of 1 CLEAN-UP ;
to Section 9 ot Article 9 of the 5th day of September. 1916. there being then of lewd character a rr, shall persons Recently a small force of United .

16 '.1. MASTER'S SAE State Constitution. Relating to Taxation said and there council present: the following m.mbr of sidered a a keeper a of a disorderly b, con-and States colored troops was attacked bya $ i' '!' f ., .! e. .;.,
that under and and Finance. any person !!
guea upon conviction of being such
j \otice fa herecy b S. A. Bryan E. S. Matthews, and J. W. much larger force of Mexicans. A
foreclosure Be it Resolved by the of the State of
: virt1L of a final decree Lrilatue White. keeper a disorderly house, or of frequent few Clean up week in Florida! 4
a certain in of Florida: ing or being found in the same shall be of our colored boys escaped, and
entered in raw pn.linl pun-
.1 end Court of Florida Dr ord That the follotr'nir amendment of Section Wills.Absent: J. W. Andrews Jr.. and J. C. ihe by fine not exceeding two hundred and here is the told by one of them: The cvics department of the Florida

th Ciruit the chancery side of Mid court 9 of Article 9 of the Constitution of the State, dollars or by iriprisonroent not exceed stol' Federation of Clubs is
on At "Our Womel's sponsor -
.y Cunty.nd rendered on the 2Kth day nf ABlf relating to Taxation and Finance is hereby meeting certain proceedings \"r ing sixty days. or by both such fine and imprisonment troop with Captain Boyd com for
i, mal D. 1916. wherein W. G. Seals is com agreed to and shall be submitted to the elec- had among which were the following towit : in the discretion of the Mayor. manding: had pulled up before Carri- it With their feminine instinctive -

.!; t Youn Ellen 3.young. tOn of the State for adoption or rejection at Councilman Bryan presented a certain ordinance I'assl by the Town Council of Starke, zal. dislike of d'rt: they haw recognized -
i Llnt. Ino IE. Cornihus Young.fj the next general election hereafter: that is to and after its being read by the clerk, this the 5th day of September 1916. The captain ordered everyone to the

Agnes Young.I J. H. Pollard and Inez I t.ay. that Section 9 of Article 9 of the Constitution moved that the rle b suspended and the E. S. MATTHEWS. dismount, and we al got down. I wasa necessity and hanput

., Annie roi.aru.E the S. B. Hubbard Company. a of the State b amended to read a obtained unanimous to consider the present ordinance members read be Chairman Town Council. horse holder I took charge of the idea into working order by designating
underbln. follows as Attest
the :
;' crraton. are d"fendant.will before tne "Section 9. There shall be exempt from without referring same to the emmit. on C,:.\. some animals while the riders stood at I I the six w 01 kiJJ days, from '

,.'I f 'i mlter. county Florida cour taxation property to the value of five hundred Rules, Laws and Ordinances said motion FtTCH attention. Monday, October 9th, Saturday the
of Cltrk.
4 house d.lr 2. 1916. dollars to widow that a family being seconded by Councilman White. The Approved 14th, as the time for all
MONDAY. OCTOBER ever ha stated by me this the 6th day of Scp- "The I knew the shooting Florida cities
.iJ the hirnest dependent for support and to Chairmn the motion and called for ;
hour of sale. to on every timber. 1916. thing
i' betwu n the bidder legal for cash, the following deMrib.tBle. person who is a bona hde resident of the Stat an "a>e" and "nay" vote and the motion) prevailed -I I C. F. had started.
\ and bt Mtuattd and being in J.ratJfordTclu -. and ha lost a limb" or been disabled in war "aye". in each favor of the ef the said Cuncilm.n'otin. \ HOOVER.Mayor.. Boyd was down and I could not cans and trash and hide them or letter .
I and fol.J. or by mi Th.re- -S-5t, to
I y. Florida d''erib.J & forunc. upon Councilman Major.NOTICE. yet, destroy then
.1 Bryan movl that the ordinance see him. I kept on There
4 .. tvit: the southwest nuar- b adopted the motion being 100kinJ. The women at first proposed to invoke -
The sutheat auarteof \ TOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an amcsd- seconded Councilman White, and then and were easily seven :Ifiran!
aid of
ji In Cirluit! the
southwest quar- Court Eighth Judilial state
nd the Circuit ( f authoritiesto
ter or ion sxtrn. of \en- meet to Sections 2. 3 and 4 of Article VII there put to a vote of "ayes" and "nays. the Florida. Bradford around us. They had come up right .
the south"at quarter Motion of the Constitution of the State of (.1 being called, the said ordinance aunanimowly ccunty. set aside a week for general housecleaning of
4 tar c and the north half' of the northastU Forid The American IrtiM Company a corI I out of the ground, forming a half cir ;

quarter and the Be it Resolved by the Legislature of the Stateof j resent. each of the said of G. F. falng. but it was decided U' .
"rTter at it the
of the northwest members was business '
northeast quarter of Florida : voting aye, there being no votes Markillie'a first shot came from a gun. Jt .
the "
luthwet quarter of half of thertCesVauarteraof That the following amendments to the Con. "nay. each said vote is recorded as follows: I M. Lynn I of each municipnlity to take care ;
the north ".\yes" S. A. Mary J. Inn. Chicago Por- "It was not more than two minutesbefore ; "'j
less stitution of the State of Florida be and the Bryan, E S. Matthews, J. of its own ,
ectiOfl twenty-ne. W.Vmte.. trait Cempany. a corporation. I the Mexicans had surroundedus. washing, and so the n ajor 1; ,
all in same are hereby agreed to. and the same i
quarter : shal Notice
in the Boutha.st to Appear of city that has
!u t'eIJe' acreS south of ranKe twenty-two tie submitted to the electors of the "aKln' The State of Florida to Chicago Portrait We were right there in the middle ever a mayor has : "1
: TownshiP R.\'en hundred and eightyeihfM the general (lection in 1916. for ratification orrejection The said O-( :r"nce i in the ('.'!! ':n wo'dsan Company asked to start the proposition in ,
containinl two 'l to-wit a cOrM.ration. greeting : fighting like the dickens. around : .3
eat IeS -" : Iure It having by affidavit that the Al its own bailiwick and leave
eaj mor or EVERETT M JOBS Section 2 of Article VI i hereby amended Ordinance No. 6*. defendant. Chicago ho\'n Portrait Company, a eorx the horses were rearing plunging. i'tl the
tnt Special Master '0 as to read "An ordinance confirming the provisions and > is little horse governor to proclaim a day general .A
LOSG. a requirements of | ration. I non-resident of the State of Florida Every bit a or man would :
t- A. Y. "The Legislature that shall convene in the ordinance number S6 of the
i Solicitor. and that the residence of said defendantis thmksgh'inghln the ;
9-1-it cleaning i is '
Complainants ordinances bullet and down.
of Starke. Florida. passed the get a I could not
'C's >tar 1919 and thereafter shal consist of one on i in the City of Chicago Illinois and that go done.
member of the Senate each county in I"t day of August. 1916. which l.n'i.l. for there is no person in the State of Floridathe fight, for I had to keep those 110unts. i"'
sb1 1
OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED the State and of one member of the House construction of certain street improvermnts service of The state board of health not *
t OTIE SECTION OF CHAPTER ff R"pl"ntath'l from each county in the in the Town of Starke. Forida. and for bind said defendant.subpoena upon whom would I'r3ty soon my own horse, a greit heartily favors the only 4t:

in. i : 4p b$. LAWS OF FLORIDA.PU7Xely State for "\'er ten thousand of ppulatonth.tn the a"se-M.nient of a jiortion th. crttht.f It is thl.rtfo. ordered considered and adjudged lug fellow, staggered and whinnied. that plan and urges I }:1
that D.V.. Moore.ing or major fraction theref whtre auainst 'he property abutting 11.1 1 every city shall set aside this par-
aa notice i given fronting the said that the sail d.fendant. Chicago Portrait They had hit him in the neck. i put i.
; He"by certihCat numbered hl.J may he a major fraction left afterdividing improwement"WHEREAS. ticular week for this
sale o\.r
do to particular
of a work
ta rorporaton. appear hind the where the I loo.l :
: 19. and I 198 issued by the the whole number of population of Town Council of the Townof the my on spot but ;
18i. Cnnplainart's' hereinon it also
1 >,' for Bradford Cunty. Florida. the county by the number ten thousand : Provided Starke Florida did on the first day of or before the 'Uh day of A. D. was spouting. Just then they nit me seriously endorses the intention :)
1a Col.tor 3rd that each have least August 1916. and in of the Orobr. of
' certificates the county shal at one1I'pns'ntatt pursuance imwersconferred 1916. in default whe-reof the Women Clubs through
I bin. a d.or. pro confffo in the shoulder.
_ each filed the said and that county have by the Charter of said Town and
day of AUIWt.my A. D :and has made applicattOn more thrl Representatives in shal House the general laws of the State of Florida relative wil Company lie entir.o"ain"t a corporation.the said Chicago "We did not have a show in the out Florida, to make clean-up week t t ,;'

r certifiCat ofir. issue in accordance of Representatives. The members of the House thereto adopted an ordinance providing not an annual, but a semi-annual institution
for ta" d.o for the It is further nro..d that this notice be world, and I saw I cut the horses Jk
reepectivelyU of elected for construction of certain street improvements it
a term
certificates Representatives
The said 1 shl b published in the County Telegraph fixing sjch period for the
with jEW. in the Town of loose climbed and ;
following land in Bradford of two years and m.ml.n of the Senate Starke. Florida. oml and on my animal i :
embrace the of the l elected for term of four the assessment of a portion of the total cost a n..spal.r published at Starke in Bradford "brushing-up" every spring and .
; 'Iorida. asesed at the date hel >e a y.ar. ex- county Florida. once each week for con. hit for the thinnest part of the circle. every J
couoty. in the cept as hereinafter. ided. The election for thereof against the property abutting and I\.t autumn.
certifiCatt rspt l.\
jat.anee of such fronting the said secut ire wrc'ls. I went right through the Mexicans.My : ,
particularly act forth. numbers for each br&rch shall be at the same impr\.ment. the said ordinance In the :1 1'
hereinafter IN S WHEREOF. I have hereunto days
'ely time and places. The term of office of Senators being designated as ordinance num horse brushed two of them out of years that a'l gone, .Ij f
sit hand and affixed the seal of
: No. 181 embraces the W'L ofSWI. elIde in 1916 expire on the first her 86 of the ordinances of the Town of my our individual cities and towns in Florida U i'
CERTIFICATE and ES of shal. The term of office Starke ; andWHEREAS Circuit our on this the 2nd day of September. the way as we charged. I owe my life have had .
of SEIf Apri. occasional
and NW'4 SWI A. of cleanliness
@. It 22 E. acrrs. of Senators ele d in 1918 from the follow by the provisions of section 9 to that horse, sure as you live. Don't spasms '
Tp. 10 I
Sec. 5. W. T. WEEKS. which f
( SWI. Co. ing counties to-wit : Escambia. Gadsden of the said ordinance number 86, the town had splendid advertising -
ManufactUflg 9-8-r.t.: a* M.lr. No. 19. embraces the SWI Jackson. Leon Madison r.afayete. Taylor. C clerk was instructed immediately upon the value at least. But such efforts

CERTIFICATE and Lota 1 2 3 4 See. 22. Tp. 8. S. lumbia. Nassau Duval Smptr. passage and approval thereof by the Town NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.The and bighearted that he carried me for have been spasmodic -
; of NE14 assessed Melrose Manufacturing ferson. Lee. Monroe. 1'utnam. Council and Mayor respectively, to publish ten miles before he settled down to a and with few ex- < : ,<
j R 22 E. 235 acre ton. Alachua. liroward, Liberty Hernando. said ordinance once a week for four consecutive -I joint hoards of county cnmmisi"npr of ceptions these have not been permanently .
Co. and weeks weeks in the Columbia and Bradford counties receive walk. Five miles farther on his legs
( No. 148 embrace Lots 5 l'inl.IW. Brevard. Palm Beach and Levy shal Bradford County wi Now that the ,
4 CERTIFICATE S. R 22 E. 80 acres assessed ,xllir on the first Mcr.day in April. 1921 Telegraph, a newspaper published in the Town stalid bids for the construction 215 feet just gave out and he went down. recurring. women
i5 6. Sec. 1.Manufaetuling Tp. 9. Co. .I her Snator to b elected in the y.a 1918 of Stark.*. Bradford County. Florida. in order of hridenrk ani 1301( cubic yards of Ian I don't have to by organized effort 'have undertaken to

I :lthO certificateS be redeemed ac. : their t.rm shal expire on the frt that the property owners or other persons in I c-ra.ie. work O'lst. creek lit ClyattsFord hope you ever spread this practice, there is little
1 Unless said shal issue thereon 'Monday in April. All members of ttrttr might lie afforded notice of the pro- I on Dixie Highway between J'rvillenc. say good-bye to a horse like that at a doubt that

I cording to law.of tax October.dld A. D. 1916. House of Reprecentatives elected at the general and requirements of the said onli. i inance ( and Elhsvlile. on Wedmsday. October 4th. time and place like that. It seemedto it will Income permanent,

1 on the 2nd day official signature and seal this election in 191S. their term of office shall and have ample opportunity to present ] 1916. at hri.hp Fife. said work to be con- regular, efficient and of immense value .
f Witne my of August. A. D. 1916. expire on the frt Monday in April. 19J1 and objections against the enforcement of the ri.- Ftru"tp 1'.Irdill to the folmwinir plans and me I couldn't leave him. I knelt to the state. More
the 24th day W. T. WEEKS. thereafter the of office ot all members of quire menu of the said ordinance which sniilobiections "! : down and poured a little water from than this:, it
J1 Clerk Circuit Court. the Hou.se of Representatives shall commenceon by the terms of the ordinanc.le I I Bills w:1: lie received until 10 o'clock on will make Florida among the first if
his :
canteen tongue. was
(SEAL) to be submitted my on .
1 the first Tuesday after the first Monday n wrainV to Town Council said! dat. not the first state in the Union

9.-5t _ in .\pri next sI'edinl the (election. At the on or before T :1ft o'clock P. M. the Fifth Clearing of Right of ttav. slipping fast, and I just told him how have all to
(. election in 1S20 and th.rafter. all day of September. 1916. pecifically and clenr-i 1 The tr,... '-tumns and all brush shall IK- I was. I thanked him for the its ctej swept and garnished !,
J' NOTICE OF ELECTION. &'nator to b elected shall be elected for a ly hl.tnl forth the reasons any property CHI at !lia-t two Ctrl 11.10. the grade line a sorry regularly often.
:: term of four years, the t.r to begin on the owner or other wrsons interested might have' v-iilth of fifty feet feet Ion/ mighty big favor he done me. Yes, But clean weeks

Sheriff of Bradford County of the first Tuesday after the fin>t Monday in Aprilof and desire to urge against the enforcemint of Disposal of Brush. sir; I thanked him like he was a hu- up means more
;: To the the provisions of the lir-jnh anti penshrMe matter than a popular effort
the following viar. rxcipt that when a new said ordinance. All timbers to remove trash
State of Florida:That I. H. Clay Crawford county is created the Legislature shall at that WHEREAS the said ordinance was published t'i 1". n n wed nuL-HI' of the right cf way and nr.n: and I guess he understood, for from the streets art'
known. I alleys. For af-
Be it of State of the State of Florida do time fix the length of the term of the first&nator as aforesaid in the Bradford County Til.:- Ii!I. d 1 suitable for burning. bo got that look in his eyes animal ter all -

,.: Secretary notice that a to be tl.ct.t tht-refrum at two or four !?rai.l>. th" publication thereof bdnl made on Bridie Specification have when they are loose dirt that is carried andscattered '
hereby give GENERVL ELECTION years wth: tht .nd in view of Keeping the the -111) llth. 1Mb. and 2.'th .laYI If ,\UKU>t. Trdvres! to U- erected in the folo\inl stations grateful by wry wind that blows
in Bradford County. State of number. of old Si'rotors in balance with the 11M6.: nnl the 1-t day of Se-ptemher lllfl ; and ; I wanted to stay longer. but he however ,
t will be held U HERE AS. the said Stations 't and 4. of ;3: ( It. Station disagreeable it may be is
Tuesday next succeeding the frt number of the new Town Counri did me t I a I.ridlt > ( was about gone, blood. No -
; Florida. on in November. A. D. 1916. the Sectinn 1 of Artcle1 of the Constitution at the time and place the or- I'. .".. / bride of 40 f"I't Stations and ]. roughing of those not the most serious menace to health
Monday theSEVENTH is hl'rl.ly to read as follows I mince aforesaid for the purpose of consult 1" a bridtre of i;
: Tuesday being DAY OF NOVEMBER : I inc' s..lattI!} each ander protest that : all I.rid,',' of it: feet. | Mexicans might catch up and get me. every city, in

States Senator from the State IK' regular session of the Legislature that m pht be properly acainst the enforce-- | Said hriuVes be set on round Jinl not I too and in I Florida or in other states. It is the
United I pain.
F.r for six years from March 4. 19'?. shall meet in 1917 shall apportion the r.rre-I mint of the f'rovioaand r'qui'ml'nL If' less tht tin inches in di.nwl.r at I was hlldinl things that don't fhow, the things
of Florida Presidential Electors. sentation in the House of Rl.pr..ntative. the said I rd'no"I'. but mi nppiarcd or1presented i least three ( .. in the. Irlnll Ml J.inl to I thanked and said goodbye.I have you
For Six (6) a II'I".n : to hunt for that do the
t Representative of the Second Con- in th's Article provided which apportionment any objections aKlin. tthe I'nf".rI| In"f h.'art either ) c>-, walked and walked. A few mileson real harm
_; For one of the State of Florida. ;hall lie based jpon the last cersus taken by mint thereof : i pn"s. Thn. pilings to l. se-t under each cap And in the thorough cleaning the
,l presi-ional Sixty-fifth District Congress of the United the State of Honda or by the United: States Now thl'rror. be it ordained by the Town sill All cap -ills! to I.e 6xR-12 feet long and I ran onto one of our animals: I women probably ,

in the which ever i.s the last taken in the several Council of the Town of Starke in the State the "mnl fluttcn-d on each fide to the cor- I Jumped on him and rode on. Pretty wi insist on week

';: States.Governor of the State of Florida. counties of the State. and those that shall of lion Ia : r"I"'n.lnO thickness of the cap Ills for a I into other survivorsand after will be the filling up or
For some
:y For Secretary of State of the State of meet t\'er ten year thereafter shal apportion Section 1. That ordinance number 86 of ttr. two feit. Clamps 2x6 r..t and I soon ran draining of water holes, the breeding .
t' representation in the of Rep- i the ordinances of the Town of Starke. Flnridl.1 right inches lent to IK securely nailed w:th4H went on.

I Florida.For Attorney General of the State of Flor rt .entatues in the iranner in this Aricl.provided :' passed on the first dav of August 1916. by the |i'nn> nails on each side of the center I Here is a beautiful story, told in the places for mosqjitos, the merding of

; y.hirh apportionment shall b..d up- Town Counci of the Town of Starke. and pilinu and the cap sill. broken sewers that don't do duty
ida.For Comptroller of the of Florida. on the last census enumeration taken by the a"ro\'t,1, August 2. 1M16. by the Major End pi'mg' to be 12 feet apart and 1 flattened I simplest way, of the love of a man fora the screening of heretofore thrr ,

j Treasurer of the Stat of Florida. State of Florida. or by the United States of the said Town. be. and the same is hereby ns center (.inl and clamps ext.ndll 2 feet J horse. We all know men who under unscreened ;
., For of Publ.c; Instruction oft "hifh e\.r is the last taken before the con II rmed. I 1 Itlow the cap sill and a distance of 3 feet''t earth closets which breed f!ies and
Superintendent the have
For Legislature so apportioning the representationshall Section. That the clerk is hereby instructI I I I.hnt the of the bridge for banister same conditions would given death. the
) the State Commissioner of Florida. of Agriculture of the convene." id to publish this ordinance in the Bradford P iosts. f.MlrinJ be 2x6-6'j feet long Securely I the poor horse a kick and a curse when I wi lean removal or the

e For of Florida. Section 4 of Arti.l. VI of the Constitution County Te-legraph a newspaper published I na led to pile and cap sill with 40( penny lio went down, and continued their repairing ulnitar home sur-

_ State Two of the Supreme Court of is hereby amended as to read as follows weekly in the Town of Starke. Florida in'' nails. I roundings ( increase the sick rate. '
I For Ju.tire Florida. : such manner and for such time as is cus- 1 .\1 bents to tie ten feet apart except under flight on across the desert without a Possibly it will
. the State of what '
For Railroad ComrpKMum f r of the Stite "When any new county is created by the t.mar in the promulgation of the ordinance's I the : foot bridge which ar to be 1.1..tnf"It I thought for the dying animal. But secure most "
_ one r.slatur it shl be entitled to one Senator t ht said Town. long. 'ity councils refuse to enforce by ordinancethe ,
of Florida. Senator for IMh Senatorial Dis- and one the house of Representstives. S.ction 3. This ordinance shall KO into ef I Ml IlrinVI'r to be 3xS and to lap one this colored, trooper was different. careful screening of
For State refuse -
State of Florida. unt:1:1 the next enumeration provided forin feet immediately upon its passage and ni>- foot at the joints said joints only to lie made Jeedlc- his own probable needs
tr For et of Two the Members of the Hou e of Representatives Section 5. of this .Article that shall be proval by the- Mayor the best interest of the '! over cap sills ani securely nailed with 6'I"'nny \ in he divided his precious from liury and other stables,

:'I of the State of Florida. taken after the cration of the said new Town demanding it. 'I j nails. which left uncove-ed releases its myriads -
Judh'0. county. or until the next census enumeration Passed on this the 5th day of S.p'm.r. i Fie stringers to lie placed under the full rater with the animal which had served of
For County manure-bred flies
" For Sheriff. that shall be taken by the United States itAmerica 1'16. Uni'th of the bridge. him so faithfully,, and left him on- the carriers -
: the Circuit Court. after the creation of the said new E. S. MATTHEWS. I Flnnnne to U 2x*< -12 feet long. of several highly fatal diseases.
For Clerk of when could be
. Assessor of Taxes. county. whichever shall the sooner be taken .Attest Chairan of Council. HanisUr to lie capped and boxed on two ly nothing more Many perhaps most of the -
For County unsanitary
after the creation of the said new county when C. .\. FUTCH. sdl' with 1x6. The gratituJe which the colored boy
For For Tax County Superintendent of Public In- t shal be entitled to one member of the Town Clerk. II \ hub board laG tc be placed at the proper felt toward the horse which had just neighborhood nuisances are maintained -

Representatives for t\'er ten thousand .\ppro-.ul this: 6th day of Septt'mls.r. I'M distance. on their own premise by individual -
frucion. Surveyor. of rpula\ion. or the major fraction C. F. HOOVER. 16'1 .\1 material to lie of solid hl'ar. pine lum- saved his life sprung from a real af
thereof th. other counties." Mayor of Town of Starke : which had existed long before. homekeepei If the evil re- ifjlj*
For Five County fl'cio'
Cmmi5sioner.For A JOINT RESOLUTION amendment t. \bulmenU. suits could confined to these house
Board Proposing an !! b i J
Three Few of indebted to the horse
to Section 1 of Article VI of theCon.titution \ ftindard timber abutment to I* placid us are holders. the would
o f Public Instruction.cr of the Peace in and for the of the State of Florida as NOTICE OF FAa DSCHARGE I at the end of all bridges. for such a service as this one renderedto punishment be kept ,
Justice amended by Joint Resolution No.2. Acts Six months after dat. .t,. r.d. qn..iR.tinn._ I hi! inflicted wheie it belongs, but un- -
viz '
: his soldier
Districts but of ,
fallowing Justice master most
Xo. One.. of 1893. Relating to Suffrage and Eligi 14th day of Januar. 1917: I will present mv I The grade tj H (. t- wide on top. and tunately these suits are carried to I ;
bility. vouchers and account to the Honorable i .rlnpe to lie 1, and the height to be owe much of our prosperity to theii r the

No. Three.No. Two. UE it Resolved by the Legislature of the State Geo. A. Gardiner County Judge of Bradford 110 i |per cent above the level of stakes now f..ton faithful work. Acknowledgment oj] unoffending rnghbors.If !.
J of Florida: county. Florida a administrator of the es ', raid survey for srinkale. except in sta- the women of Florida can discover !. t
No.. Five.Four. That the folo\'inl amendment to Section 1 tate of D. S. Wheeler deceased and asked to | tion 6. 1"RinninJ at .nd of br dge. it is this by good care and kind treatment a method of abating such nuisances

No. of Article Constitution of the Stateof be dischraged a such administrator. to b feet for SO feet for a pa- is not only payment in part of a verj r

No. Six Seven. Honda lie and the same is hereby agreedto This the 14th day of July. 19l. real debt but is the cultivation of --for compelling offenders to cease the
afentiment I
No. Eight and shal be submitted to the .I.ton of D. W. MANNING. sage.A I.r of 5 feet to be left on each side of sinning against nature, if they will
the Stte the gereral election in 1916 for Administrator of the estate of D. S. Wheeler trade of original unbroken earth. All ditches which will ennoble the life
No. Nine. and make
ratification or rejection deceased. from road 1 to 1. a public
No. Ten. : 7146moNOTICE to sloi>e of any man or boy.
No. Eleven. Section 1. Every male person of the age oft A bond of foOOOfl will be required of the sentiment for better municipal sanita- [

. For Constable and for the folowinl Jus- nty-one y.ar and upwards who is a citizen OF FINAL DISCHARGE successful bidder before entering into contract tion in Florida, they I
t vii of the United States at the time he applies Six months after date I will present to the for faithful performance of contrar. wi accomplish
. tier Ditrct. ; to register shall be deemed a qualifiedelector Hon. Geo. A. Gardiner as County Judge of The above work t h let to lo..t and BANK STATEMENT. more for the lasting of the state

; Number Two. at all elections under the Constitution I Bradford county. Florida. my \uch.r and jbest bidder but Hoard reserve the right Report of the condition of the Bankof : than the votes of their fathers and
. final "
of the State of Florida. provided that he pose accounts as Administratrix of the es'aeof I to reject any and all bid.i
;" Number Number Four.Three. r I'f wlnl .lfe.tons: S. J. Sternburg, late of Bradford county. i All bidd"r are to show separate Starke, at Starke, in the State oi rothers, and husbands have been able

f Number Five. He shall ha\e rnidl his r.ra- Flnr'da. deceased and ask to b dischargedas amounts for bridge. work. and for grade work.J. Florida, at the close of business September bring about up to this time. Andit
'f nent home and place abd. in the State of such Administratrix.This I B CREWS. has been
. Vunber generally observed that
': Six Florida for one year. and county wh.re the 18th day of An trust. 1916. Chairman Board County Cmmiioner. Bradford 12, 1916.
. .; Seven.
in he applies to register for six months pre ANGIE STERNBURG County. Florida Resources the women's rlubs in Florida: )'
Number Eight I usual
! c, Number Nine. ,'ioW thert. Administratrix of the estate of S. J. Stern- Per D. W. P1NHOLSTER Pro Tern finish what they start.

;.; Number Ten. He mut able to read write and inter burg, deceased. 8-l \ Section of the Constitution of the -
: In Number testimony Eleven.nhercof. I have hereunto set State any of Florida at th? time he allpll's to register NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR-TAX DEED Overdrafts _____ ___ 405.59 I Notice of Application for Tax j

! ,';, my hand and affixed the Great Seal of the and vote. Six months after this date. to-wit. on the UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER4S State, county and municipal Under Section 8 of Chapter Dee
the Capital. He must own in his own right property to 29th day of Januar 1917. 1 will present to g. LAWS OF FLORIDA. bonds ,
State of Flonda. at ___ __ __ 4,000.00Banking
; thi the Talahae. A. D. the value of not le-w than five hundred dollars the George A. Gardiner as County Hereby notice is given that W. M. Wain- -- Laws of Florida.

.\ 1914. ay AUlust. which fact shall b determined; only by Judee of Bradford Cour.ty. Florida, my vouchers I wrivht purchaser of tax sale certilrate numbered house, furniture & Notice is hereby given that F. Flume

H. CLAY CRAWFORDD.L. the assessment books the county at the and final accounts a executor of the last respectively 129 and the fixtures -_ ___ -_ 8,466.37 purchaser of
; he to register and ote. will and testament of W. Florida. tax certificate No. 191
of State. time H. Tax Collector for Bradford county _
Secretary apple Rh'er.
. .: ( To. S.)S. B. DE Sheriff. Bradford He have been convicted previous ask to be discharged a such eeutor.dl..e.a'.1 each of said certificates being dated the 3rd I Other real estate ____ __ 200.00 dated the 3rd day of August, A. D.

,. ; County. : IRK. 9-1- to the time he applies to register or vote. of This the fist day of July. 1916.J. day of August A. D. 191. has filed the said Claims and other resources 1,200.00Due 1914, has filed said certificate in

; larceny rbbr. forgery penury or bribr E. FUTCH. certificates in my has made appliCation from incorporatedbanks my
in any court of any State or Fverutor of the last Will and Testament of > for tax jed to issue in accordanceI office, and hag made application for

i NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED I'nited States or if so convicted he must W. H. R'er. .. 7-28-fimo. I i la. The said certificate respectivelyembrace --_ _______ 7,480.56 tax deed to hsue in accordance with -'
.: UNDER SECTION' 8 OF CHAPTER have been restored to the rights of citizen the following lands in Bradford Checks and exchanges for law
4: 4S88 LAWS OF FLORIDA.Notice ship. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED County Flonda. assessed at the date of the certificate embraces the following

': is hereby given that B. E Hall Provided however. That no person or linWenJant UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER ,i: i i-suance of such certificates in the names reIspectively clearing --_ _______ 1,420.42 described property situated in

purchaser of Tax Clltifcat.! No. 161. dated of any such person who was on 4'ee8. LAWS OF FLORIDA. I hereinafter. particularly, Ht forth Cash on hand ___ __ __ _. 2,113.20 Bradford County Florida tow it

:, the 3rd day of 1914. has filed Januar first lst 6i. or prior thereto entitledto NotIce is hereby cuen that Wm. Edwards. 1 I to-wit : County warrants ___ _-. 661.67 :
said crrtiticate AUlu.t.in my office and has made vote under the Constitution and laws of purchaser of Tax Cirtificate No. 17i dated C\.rifeat. No. 129 embraces the SW. or -- South three-quarters of N'E one-

!! application for tax. deed to issue in accordance any of the States or Terrtorie. or entitled the ?r day of August A. D l';14. has file! s. Tp. 6. S. R 2J E.. 40' acres as. fourth of NE one-fourth, Sec. 12, Tp.

t with law. Said embraces the *i nv under any form gO\.rnment,or any said cl.rilcRt. in my rffice and has made ai- sensed I L 1 Little. Total __ _$83,46'J.30
c.rifrat. 8 R.
S. 22 E. 30 The
' following drt-erilied pnptrty in Brad naturalized ciill.n or his dncncants. shall plrati.n deed to issue in accordance Certifcat. No. 174 embraces the NE | nf acres. said land

'I: county. Flo'ida. to-wit : r b denied to register \ b '. Said certificate embraces the fol Tp. 7, S. R. 2J E.. 40 acres, as- Liabilities being assessed Jt the date of the issuance -
I for ; of SE' .Sec. 25. TI' .. S. R. 21 E. I cause he shall not be al le to read write lowing described property tuated in Brad- fsmd L. M. Little. of such '
I.< 40 The said. land being assessed at the interpret any Section of the Constituton of (., county. Florida, to-wit : SU. of NE', Unless said certificates shall be redeemed Capital stock paid in ___ 15000.00 c rtifcat in the name

I # date acres.of i issuance of such certificate in the the State of Florida. as above provided or because of SEi ,. Sec. in. Tp. 7. S. R. 22 E.. 40 acres. I according to law, tax deed will issue thereon Surplus fund -___ 3,000.00 of Unknown. said certificate ,

1 name of N. I*. Cauthrn I he shall not own property of the value The said land brine assessed at the date of on the 16th day of October. A. D 1916. Undivided profits (less be redeemed to law,
I : above specified naturalized citizens of the the issuance of and seal this expenses shal accordinl
.: Unless said certificate shall rd.'med ac. ; such certificate in the name \\ itnl my official si"natur
, ; to law. tax di
!1 rorinl 2nd day of October A. D. 1916. and before they shall be admitted to register Unless said certificate shall b redeemed according W. T. WEEKS. Individual deposits subjectto 30th! day of October, A. I). 1U6.! '

Witness my official signature and seal this shall rr.rnt to the registration officer certificate to law. tax deed i..u. thereon SE\Li Clerk Circu Court. Witness
' 't the 29th day of Auiruti. A. D 1916. of his natural zation. or a duly authenticated (.n the !>th day of October. A. D. 1916.Witness check ---- -_____ 51,196.47 my official signature an'l!
; W. WEEKS.. copy thereof. my official signature; and seal this --- Time certificates of deposit 13.341.SO. seal; this the 20th day of September, _

.i. CWV Circuit Court. Bradford County. Fla. Section 2. Upon the adoption of this amendment the 6th day of September. A. D. 1916. NOTICE OF IUBLICATION.U. Cashier's checks outstanding 201.53 A. D. 1916. W. T. WEEKS,
the Oonstitut'on.: the shall
i SEAL) 9.1-51. Lelislatur W. T. WEEKS. S. Land Office at Gainesville. Florida. Clerk Circuit Court. ;
enact appropriate laws to purpose 9--it. (SEALi Clerk Circuit

! ELECTION of this amendment into September Notice is 16.hereby 1916.given that Colonel N. Shawof Total __ ____83463.30 I Seal) 9-29-3t. '
The votes cast in compliance with the proposed ORDINANCE NO. M. o"n'j Brooker. Flonda. who on July 2">. 1913. I
1 State of Florida Bradford
in County of :
amendments and the declarators section 160 of
WHEREAS. The Legislature of 1915. under cnvass. amen.jinl made adjoining farm homestead No. 012015.
and returns thereof, shall be subjectedto Ordinanr.s a general nature of. I T. II. Halligan cashier of the
the Constitution of ISSS. of the State of Flor Codif..d for 5 of Section 18. Township 7 S. Range ,
;t Ida did pass three Joint Resolutions proposing the same regulations and restrictions a fame.. of Starke. r.latinl to houses of il I / Lt. Tallahassee Meridian ha filed not ce above-named bank, do solemnly swear Substitute for Lemon

i'. ..' State a.ndm.nt of Florida and to the the same Constitution were agreed of the to are the State provided of Florda.! law for j.n.rl elections in Re it ordained and enacted by the aldermen j I| establish of intention claim to to make the Three land above Year described.before Prf. to. that the above statement i:true to the Some years ago my uncle, a phjil- _

I." ; l. vote of three-fifths of the members TEST fY WHEREOF. I o' the Town of Starke in council assembled Register & Receiver at GairesviMi best of my knowledge and belief.T. clan i a small town, received a
{ .1 Section
1. That the said cal
I ha\ my hand and section 160 of the 1916.
r clicked to each house : that \'ote on said htreunto on the 2nd day of o\"mLr. II. HALLIGAN' to country and asked
> : affixed the Great Seal of the "Codifed Ordinances of a General Nature of forida. me to accompany
witnesses :
their as
:: Jont; resolutions Journals"'er with entered the upon and nays respective SEAL State of Florida at Tallahassee tht Town of Starke.," J'latinl to houses cf D. M. Malphurs.names of Brooker. Florda.J. Cashier. him writes a correspondent

;i' : t'rmm and they did determ y.a:ne and .dirt I fifth the Capitol day of July.this A.the D. twenty.1916.H. ill follows fame: hereby ::1 so as to read as M. Shaw of Brooker Florida.. Sworn and subscribed to before me The patent: W:; the wife of a very

li i to that the the electors lid Joint of the Resolutions State at be the submitted General CLAY CRAWFORD. Section 160. HOUSES OF ILL FA IE.- L. T. Shaw.Crosby of. BrooVer.of Smoker Floni'a.Leonard Florida. this the 27th day of Sept. 1916.A. fclaerly! man who lived In the back _
., 8-4-Ht Secretary of State. E'tr howe of ill fame. and any house dwel I.nK. DAVIS woods.
: Elect-on in November. 1916. other ROBT. W. S. CREWS My uncle advised the husband
room premises or place
1, NOW. THEREFORE. I. H CLAY CRAW-of PUBLIC 'e limits of said town used for the wI"1 Relister. (Seal) Notary Public. to give his wifA good, wholesome -
the State SOTICE PUI'
;i. PORD.Florida Secretary do hrrrly give of notice that aGENERAL Starke. Florida Counci Chambr. September of prostitution or known or reputtd Cerrect-Attest: food and to purchase some lemons for
; 5. 1916. to be the resort of prostitutes or r<"r- ler.
: BE IT REMEMBERED that at a meeting fens of lewd rharctP. is. end the same is husband sail: "Won't

0 will b held in succeeding each county the first in Florida Monday on in i of the Town council of the Town of Starke .r'v declared to be a disorderly house dan- Optlmlitle ThoughtIn A. M. DARBY, pickles do jurt as well? I have pickle -
Ted next I Bradford Flonda. held in pursuance grroiw to the and morals of the Town the eddies where you least ex
A. D. 1S16 the said Tuesday being Cunty. Jae. A. H. FREEMAN, Directors. as sour as any lemon."
.. i of ?6 of the Ordin.nee of .id al person kepi g. res ding in. frequenting pect It, there cay be a f sh.

... th SEVENTH DAY OP NOVEMBER said Town passed on the first day of August, at any tim. in sane are hereby ,

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: ; i Mr. R. G. Norman, of Vanderbilt, :Miss Lois Wilson, of Jacksonville, The sand-clay surface work on our :McRae passed through Lake Butler
-. :. I was a business visitor here Tuesday.Mrs. is spending a few days in Lawtey as 'Plain street is progressing nicely. Our last Friday, returning from a \1sit of
r :: ;U'I J. E. Byrd and children returned the the guest of :Miss Nellie Roberts.Mr. citizens now wonder how we managedto inspection at the State Farm.

: .' It! I latcrcadn facts Gathered During the We.k by Our Saturday from a visit to Mrs. and Mrs W. F. Godwin were get along without hard roads. Rev. S. S. Prwtor return 4 la-'
t Byrd's father in Hawthorne.Mr. visitors to Sapp Station last Thurs- R. W. Norwood and W. B. Hicks Saturday from Baldwin, when te had
< ;it Regular
.! ) {, I I. Correspondents. : Howard F. Stanton, of Lake day.Mrs. left Monday for their homes in Plant been conducting a meeting in the BajTr
.( 1d' \l1 l1i It'l r Butler, was a business visitor to Rai- M. E. Edwards, with her little City. tin church, and I left the !"same 'Ft .--.-- ford Saturday. daughter and sons, Edward and Lauie -, The new machineryhas been installed Callahan where LC conducted aiothert i

i, t" ,I I"v .. .... Capt. and Mrs. D. W. Purvis spent moved to Gainesville this week at the water plant, and the revival. i
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-y Monday in Jacksonville. where they will reside. town is.now being well supplied with Mr. R.1.. Cason. of Lake Butler
t I I '.. .!. 6) Mrs R. L. Lockhart returned Tuesday Mrs Annie Chapman Talley, of water. has been filling the ,'acancn! the')
.. i\ LAKESIDE. BROOKER. o from a visit to relatives in Starke. Griffin. Ga., arrived here Monday and Mr. F. E. Henry, the new agent at express office caused" by the teilQa-
'! EI'aat i :Mr. B. J. Rosier, of the Rosier she will remain for some time as the the Union depot, has rented the tion of A. R.1Vare. 11. M. Brcwvnief
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.I '! + y Bridge section, was a business visitor guest of her daughter, Mrs. W. God- Adams home on East Main street and Lake Park, Ga., has arrived 'tithe tab
.II I 3I.V.. Lee finished marketing his::: People from all parts of this:; county I here Tuesday.Mrs. win.Rev. !: expects to make Hampton his home. A position and has rented crop of scuppernong grapes. He has and adjoining counties attended the : G. W. Brown and daughter, J. Pinholster, of Brooker, filled compliment to both Mr. Henry and Owen property recently! vacated: bJ"
been shipping and hauling to Starke association of the Primitive Baptist Miss Louie Belle, with a party of his regular appointment at the Lawtey the town.C. A. R. Ware. j
market ever since August first, realizing church at Rock last Sunday. The' friends, were visiting in Raiford Mon- Baptist church last Saturday eveningand E. Harper has bought a Ford. Mrs. Ira SprinkJi-? is having L j nice"
; t from start to finish extra good 'church building being inadequate to'! v afternoon. Sunday morning. i Both the Ford and owner are doing bungalow built for her home .which -
L prices, such as he never had before. accommodate all present an arbor was | Mrs John P. Coffin and daughter, Rev. W. L. Overstreet, of Raiford, ; well. will be equipped with modern'c4nyen.. '
: lie has hauled two loads; a week to 'constructed nearby, where a person's I Mrs. Francis, of Johnstown, spent I who has been called to the pastorate!'; I t I R. ,E. Summers, of Gainesville, iences. Thus Lake Butler grog,. ;
J : I : Staike and claims that the two fruit memories were readily called back toy, :Monday in town. of the Lawtey Baptist church for the spent Sunday here, the guest of his October fourth Lake ButM \V 1
: stand: in Starke, R. W. Mills and A. the days of John Wesley and George) Mrs. Lyla Walker left Monday for coming year, preached at said church I!j I friends. consider the matter of bonding i or an
1'. McMillan have rendered him such Whitefield in Georgia. j! her home in Georgia, after spendingtwo last Sunday evening.Mrs. I I I At this writing (Wednesday) Mrs. electric light plant I
service in the fruit trade as he never Cotton here is moving along well weeks in Raiford, the guest of her G. W. Teston left Sunday for.I Eli Hicks, who has been critically ill, The infant child of Mr. a.i'i M11.,
I I .., had before. They are both young and owing to the scarcity handsome I niece, :Mrs. S. T. Dowling.Dr. Jacksonville, where she was called on is slowly improving. Andrew Crawford died last FrMay |in
'; 1 men thr.t are sure to make good. prices are being realized. The ginnery j R. J. Greene spent Monday in account of the illness of her son I I Mr. A. A. :McDonald spent Sunday their home Midway.. I{
I fir The mill of Mr. J. W. Batten has of Mr. M. Matheny has turned out Starke. Green. with his family here. 1 Mr. D. F. McDonald spent ifjndayi '
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been washed out for quite a while. He over one hundred bales so far. i MessrsEnoch Griffis and G. C. Mr. T. J. Roberts visited relativesin II :Miss Rogers, of Putnam Hall, spent. in Glen St. Marys. iI
;. now has it in running order and is Rev. Mullady commenced services i'I Wooten, of Lawtey, were business visitors StarkeIontla)'. Saturday here, enroute to Nashville,j:i I I Miss Anna Lee, of :Melrose. came
: I I I prepared to give you the good: old time here Tuesday night which will continue here Saturday. Rev. E. L. Warren, of Zephyhills. ,.i Tenn., to visit her sisters, :Mrs. Roy ,j I Sunday to attend school: here.
1 water ground grits and meal. lIe also for several days. j Mesdames H. G. Stone and W. C. preached at Grace M. E. church last,; P. Gano, and :Mrs. Dr. II. L. Miller, ;" Mrs. Dr. Lamb and aughte ,;Mam-
I \ grinds your stock feed for you on :Mr. J. F. Hazen, of Alachua, was Whitten and Mr. Earl Whitten spent Sunday, both morning and evening, to :, foimei'ly of this place. I. ie, Mrs. Lynn and Mrs. Clyattl were
i short notice. attending to business here Tuesday. Monday in Jacksonville. quite large and interested congrega !j I The service at Methodist church visitors here :Monday. t
E '\ Our school is progressing nicely .Mr. and :Mrs. E. J. Ward left for I Hon. A. D. Andrews spent Mondayin tions. I ICo I conducted by the pastor, Rev. J. A. .I Miss Mae McKinney who hiji been
t t : with :Miss Grace E. Lanier as teacher. Jacksonville Tuesday, where Mrs.1 Starke. !. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, of : Hendry, on last Sunday, was well at- spending some time with re'ativei
I How is this for the sand hills? M. Ward will be in the hospital for some > :Mrs. Dona Browning returned Sat- Starke, were guests at the home of tended. I and friends in Raiford, returned<< home .
W. Lee has just housed the largest time. I urday from Lake Butler, where she :'oIl's.1.: E. Edwards last Sunday. I| The revival meeting: at the Baptist 1, Sunday *
; crop of corn he ever had. He did not Postmaster Collins an son, Judy, has been caring for a very sick pa- Miss Anna Jackson, who has been I j church will commerce Wednesday, .I :\lrs.\1. Singer, who has b -eij \visit.'I
1 i ; ,. use a pound of fertilizer and had very were attending to business in Starke' tient for some time. spending) several months in :Madisonand 1 October 4th, continuing a week or ten ing her son, San!, r.turnedJ her
: little rain on it. all we need around Thursday. j Alphonzo Jones left Monday for i Valdosta! Ga., joined her father,!I days. The services will be conducted home in Gainesville :Monday i
\' lakeside is more farmers who are lion. Sidney J. Catts spoke in this Charleston, S. C., where he will enter Mr.O. A. Jackson at the hotel where ,I by the pastor, Rev. E. M. Henderson. Rev. W. H. Coleman, pastor .f the
willing to go down for it. He has 3 town Friday afternoon at three o'clock. i the Carolina State :Medical College.Mr. she will spend some time. I.I Revival services will be held at the |I Christian church is the guest'.t the
I' i acres in sweet potatoes, already shipped His talk, short but very impressive, ]'i Oscar Brown, of Swift Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Charles de Beruff, of I I Methodist church beginning on the home of Mrs. .f. E. Harper, rr.d be
I 50 bushel at $1.20 per bushel delivered was highly applauded. was a visitor in Raiford Tuesday. Jacksonville, spent last Sunday in our Fourth Sunday in October and continuing preached the fist three sermons in
; at railroad station. Get to Mr. T. P .Ward returned home Sun- j I :Mayor J. E. Byrd drove his Saxon town as the guests of Rev. and Mrs.R. I indefinitely. the series of meetings as Rev-H. F.
.1 I I, farming boys. day from Jacksonville, where he has to Jacksonville Tuesday. 0. Wright.Mr. Cooke was detained over Sunday in
been employed.Mr. I I Dr. R. J. Greene and Mr. M. W. : E. L. Crews was transacting OG.4'. '3 Savannah, Ga. J
I : " '!" X000000000000 A. A. Hazen, one of Brooker's(I I :Mann went to Jacksonville in the business in Jacksonville last Friday. I. Nineteen thousand, ninety-focr dol-

tJ I' I f.\' o prominent merchants, was transacting Doctor's car Tuesday.Mr. Miss Rosa Hall, of Starke, spent a LAKE BUTLER.c!' lars and sixty cr'nts'as paid <>ut for ,
,,I c., HIGHLAND. (0) business in Jacksonville :Monday, returning -I and Mrs. N. T. Ritch of Starke few days last week as the guest of 0 (> cotton here by the two banks Satur-, *
home Tuesday night. were visiting in Raiford Tuesday.Mr. her sister, :Mrs. A. J. Lowery. 000000000000000A0Mr. day. j ,
T.t t ; !I' @ 0 1> 00000000000040i Mr. O. B. Hazen left for Nashville, : R. B. Roberts and son, Dennis, Messrs. W. E. Torode and V. R. Red- Barnett Adams, of Hampton, J. B. Moore went to Jacfcynvflle, -
.i l :Mrs. R. L. Crews returned from Tenn., last Tuesday, where he will attend were in Raiford Monday.Mr. dish, who sold their Ford cars a few spent Sunday here enroute to Perry. Sunday to meet Mrs. Moore :\n'-1 their "

fir 1 +tI 1 Brooker Saturday, after a week's vis- Vanderbilt University.Mrs. A. D. Alvarez, of Heilbronn months ago, have again joined the He has accepted a position in the high children, returning from Dallajs, TeL :
I : it with her parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Mal- : Anna Simmons, who has been Springs, was hauling cotton to the Ford gang by purchasing new cars. school there. Avery Powell, editor of the Times,
1 '. II' phurs. confined to her bed for several weeks, Andrews gins Tuesday.Rev. :Miss! Agnes Gardiner, of Starke, Mr. L. A. Duncan bought over six- spent Sunday in Eaiford. '
I Miss Mary Padgett returned to her seems to be improving.Dr. R. 0. Wright returned to Law- spent Sunday with friends in Lawtey. teen hundred dollars worth of cotton J. E. Crews left Sunday to begin
home!! here Monday, after an extended W. H. Clemons of Okeechobee, tey Tuesday after spending several Mr. Dalton Carter, of Wateroak, was last Saturday from one man. teaching school n$?ar Gainesville.Mrs. .
I' i I i I t visit with relatives in Starke. is visiting relatives and friends here I lays here. in Lawtey Saturday on Business.Mr. Yom Hazikown, or the Jewish New Nettie Manes left Tuesday to
:; i: ., Mr. Geo. E. Wilkinson motored to this week. I Mr. W. S. Moore, of Hawthorne, installed :: E. E. Burney was transacting Year, will be observed here by Mr. B. begin teaching nepr Sanford. I '
I I Starke Saturday on a business trip. Miss Gertrude Lealman, of St. Petersburg -I a light plant for J. A. Brooks business in Jacksonville last Friday. Fienberg and Sam Singer.Mr. Rev. II. F. Cooke, who is conducting :
l.i' :Mr. JX L. Rigby made a business was visiting her many this week. Rev. T. B. Lawrence was a visitorto Fienberg, wife and baby will the revival at the Christian fchurch
t:: t +I t' trip to Jacksonville Sunday. friends in Brooker last week. I Mr. R .R. Brown, of Heilbronn, wasa Stake Tuesday.Mr. :: spend Thursday and Friday in Dun- is being entertained at the h|me of
iJ i I :Mr. J. B. Padgett, of Gainesville, :Mr. S. B. Colson has made a sale of1is I business visitor here Monday.Mr. Fred Lucas, of Maxville, was a nellon and Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cason. {
11 i arrived Monday and will spend several :! skeeter car, but anticipates the S. J. Rosier, of the Evergreen visitor to Lawtey last Sunday.Mr. An auto party consisting of Mrs. '
I i '. days; here, looking after his farming purchase of another car soon. section, was a business visitor here : Urey Gunter, of Jacksonville, Allie Moore, Marion :Moore, Osella Shiver will cash your che$
I '! interests.: Regular services were conducted at Saturday.Mrs. was the guest of friends in Lawtey on Dover, Royal George, Col. Johns, Bob '
I I Mr. II. C. Wimberly, Jr., spent Saturday the Free Will Baptiset church last Sat- G. H. Cone returned Friday last Sunday.Mr. I Mills spent Sunday in Lake Butler. The Quinine That Does Not Affect Tsi Kttf "
I J in Jacksonville with friends. urday and Sunday by Rev. Walters. 1 afternoon, after a two weeks' visit Warren Jackson, of Jacksonville Miss Mattie Warren, of Starke, Because BROMO of its QUININE tonic and is laxative better than rffrci.Ordinal LAXATIVE .
1\ ,P; 1 :Messrs. Jno. Marr and Evan Wilkinson The fourth Sunday in next month is to with her parents in Georgia.Hr. spent Sunday in Lawtey with rel- spent Sunday with Miss Sarah Rivers. Quinine ajd does not educe nervMsiesj ncr
he the "big day". All are cordially I tirirng, in head. 1l D1 m1t I the f.11 r ,'eand
I j! : of Hampton, spent Sunday very Henry Redding, of Flat Ford, atives. :Mr. Warren Coffin, of Johnstovn, '00* '''I tht ffni ''ire e.f ;. W G1!!)" .""
i here with relatives. invited to attend. Dinner will be .as transacting business here Friday. Mr. A. :M. Blanchard was transacting -
Mrs. Susan Vooihees, an attache of j 1 1i served on the grounds.The j' Mr. Raymond Norman, of Vander- business in Starke Tuesday.Mr. I. ..
the State Board of Health, of Jack- Seventh Day Adventists held'| bilt, spent Friday and Saturday in R. S. Humphrey, of Alfalfa, wasa I.
; : Fonville, was here Tuesday on professional their quarterly meeting last Satur-' Raiford. visitor to Lawtey Wednesday.Mrs. LELAND SOFT PHOSPHATE
business. j ay. I : II. :McIntyre, of Godwin, N. C.,
\ :Mr. B. Padgett returned to his work :Mrs. I). B. Lynn is spending several )I I I Car of bricks at Shriver's.HEILBRONN. is a guest this week at the home of
v at Sampson City Monday, after spending days at :Micanopy with her ughters'l her brother, Mayor W. F. Godwin. -
I i several days with his family. Mrs J. J.lpper: is rela-I!I ';-0.0 . Mrs. II. Bain, of Wades, N. C., is THE GREAT NATURAL PLANT FOOD. a
tives here this week. II.I. 6' a guest at the home of Mayor and I a
:Mrs. R. L. Craig, after spending-'I.i ...
i r'O OOOJ000'
4 I : ( :Mrs.V.. F. Godwin.Mr. .
00e her I Makes big, crops and permanently improves the soil. .j
several weeks here has returned to r, 0 N. T. Ritch, of Starke, was a
ELARBEE. e home at Cedar Keys. : a : :, na.0 ,61 4> 0n0G business visitor to Lawtey Wednes Our SOFT PHOSPHATE is supplying a long felt, want among the p
Paptismal services were conductedat I Mr. C. L. Carter is suffering froman !
# day.Mr. farmers and growers who want a cheap natural phosphate which is
t ,: 0 000G000000000 the Ward Ford last Sunday morn- attack of asthma. Zack Roberts, of Starke, was i I:;
Health in the community is fine; ing. Miss Sarah Rivers of Lake Butler.is visiting relatives in Lawtey the first softer and more soluble than the ordinary ground phosphate or

the only ease of illness being that of Mrs .1. E. Crtws is visiting herparan's i \'isitingthe Warren home this week of the week.Messrs. I floats and which is free from the objectionable chemicals so often to *t
Mr. :M. A. Sweat, who has been suffering :Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Wilson, Mr. Ancel Wainwright, made his J. S. Rosier and Berry Rosier f
for several weeks with the grip.Wenreg this week. regular pleasure trip to Starke Satur- of near Raiford, were visitors to : be found in commercial or mined manures. .t
r'L'1 1 lad to state that he is improving Dr. W. II. Clemons and Mr. 0. B. day evening.: Lawtey Wednesday.Mr. LELAND SOFT PHOSPHATE is mined from our "own rich depositsof
s -. Ih.zen were attending to business in Among those who attended the Association : John Hall, of Starke, was a I
Alachua Saturday.Mrs. I I Soft Phosphate: in Hernando ccount '. We pulverize it to a fine
i Miss May Reid Futch was shopping at Little Rock church Sunday gi'pst last Sunday at the home of Mr.
I{ in Raiford Friday and Saturday.Mr. J. N. Osteen has returned to 1! were: Messrs. Henry Parmenter, and :Mrs. Andrew Lowery.Mr. powder and sell! direct to the grower. I
I and Ms. John Green, of Manning Gainesville after a stay of several N. D. Green, Levy Sweat and LloydMoore G. C. Livingston: rf Starke, 4
: spent Saturday and Sunday here weeks ith relatives here. : and :Miss Pearl Green. was transacting business in Lawtey Write us for literature and prices. .i
Mr. John of Manning, spent Mrs. C. S. Bevill, who has been visiting I
Sapp, Messrs. W. C. Clemons and S. P. I. Wednesday.Mr. '
I I Saturday and Sunday at Elarbee. her son near Bland for several Wall transacted business here Tuesday : L. H. Rosier was a business vis- SEMINOLE PHOSPHATE COMPANY .':d
Miss Maude Futch attended church days, has returned home. -. I itor to Starke Tuesday. ..
t .i at Heilbronn Saturday night and Sun- Mrs. Lonnie Futch, of Raiford, is Newn Mott and W. J. Nettles car- Mayor W. F. Godwin was a visitorto CROOM, FLORIDA
visiting! her parents, :Mr. and Mrs. P. I!
1 ried cotton to Lake Butler Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. .
t, day.Mrs.. Lassie Futch returned home A. Crosby, of near this place. Raiford. Saturdayvia R. >B. Jackson was transacting ________ u_ _._ ____ ____ __
from Macclenny Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Brooks attendedthe Misses .
Mattie Warren and Sarah business in Starke Monday.Mr.
:Miss :Maude Futch was in Raiford speaking of Hon. Catts here last Rivers visited our burg last Tues- : and Mrs. A. A. Smith visited
Monday shopping. Friday afternoon.Mr. relatives at Kingsley Thursday. I
Mr. Elisha Wilkerson was in Rai- L. :M. Andreson, a prosperous day.Mr.
1 D C.Iott and Miss Viola Raul- There will be the regular Sunday
ford Saturday. farmer of Alachua county, is havinga erson made a pleasure trip to Little school and preaching services at both L fes J
phone placed in his home. This Rock Saturday in the latter's car. the Methodist and M. E. South churches Are You Looking Out
t for the "hello"
cs t iOOOm4m4m0A040s means one more girlto :Mrs. Edith Holder, who spent sev- next Sunday morning. There will
answer. eral days here with relatives, has goneto also be services at both churches in
1 *'GRAHAM. Mr. N. D. Wainwright, tax collector, Worthington Springs where she the evening at the usual hour. Every-' For No. 1 :
< was in Brooker Monday getting the will stay awhile with her mother be- body is invited. !
i 4'040000000000 $ 4 4 cotton statistics.Mr. fore returning her home in Mi Mr. L. L. Sapp was transacting bus-
A. B. Shaw and family !
The farmers are making hay now spent iness in Starke Monday.The .
while the sun shines,'gathering corn Sunday in Brooker with friends. ami.The families of :Messrs. Drew Red- new cotton gin which has just
and picking cotton. Miss Edyth L. Crosby was the guestof dish, G. W. Wainwright and L. L. been completed for Messrs. Jackson .
Quite a lot of folks from Graham Miss Edyth Warren Sunday.The Sapp motored over to church at Evergreen and Godwin, was started in operationthe
visited the Primitive Association at Brooker school is expected to
Sunday. first part of last week, and they
I Rock church last Sunday.The open Monday morning. The facultyis Misses Peculia, Eula and Ruby Nor- have been ginning some ever since.
You ought to be._ Do know that! time
M. you every you
composed of S. Hayes, principal;
strawberry prospect is good at man, of Vanderbilt, attended the singing They are working a night shift this
Graham. Misses Olga Ward, Loca Johnson and school here. week to catch up the slack, as there send out of town for lumber or building material! you're

I, The cotton gins are running on full Eunice Hazen, assistants. Masters Levy Forsyth and Lonnie was from 15,000 to 20,000 pounds of, ri robbing the community of something that rightfully be-
i time at Graham now and C. B. Roberts Reddish made a trip to the State cotton on hand before they got the '
5* still paying 10 cents for seed cot- Shriver bought his stock before the Farm last Sunday afternoon. machinery in good working order and H longs to it?

,. ton. The farmers can raise cotton at heavy advance and he can save you :Messrs. Ellery Sapp and J. II. quite large quantities have been coming Q Your building material money spent here helps to Q
10 cents but when it goes below that money. Came and see. Wainwright: and :Misses Gladys Hicks'. daily. We did not know that there build good roads schools, churches, taxes rfc. Sent out
they: ought to stop planting it andplar.t and Maud Sapp attended Sunday.. was so much cotton planted in this
+ of town it is forever- never get another whack
I gone you
sweet and
potatoes cow peas. school Sunday afternoon.Mrs. section. The quality of the cotton is
, There is just one thing that the e. E. H. Clemons is spending a very good and the prices paid is from at it. ; .
voters of Graham precinct of Bradford LONG BRIDGE. I few days with her mother. 8 to 10 cents per pound in the seed, Your dollars spent here go from one merchant to an-
county wish to say now and here. i I Miss Dora and Freeda Clark made a mostly 10. Our farmers have awakento e other. The lumber dealer pays the grocer-the grocer
That is we are solid for Catts. Thereis 000044o6oooe business' call to our burg Tuesday.Mr. the fact that depending on just one pays the butcher-the butcher hands: it to the hardware .
not a Knott man in this precinct.If Mrs. Plunder Moore, or Orlando, is A. A. states that he is no grammarian crop does not pay, and every farmeris man-and finally it finds itsway to the farmer again to '
I there is he is ashamed to in the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. .
say so but will take pleasure in explaining making his own hay, meat, potatoesand for his
public. We know this because when 15. Crews, this week. the difference between "would corn, and some to tell, and greensof pay produce.
Sidney J. Catts spoke last Friday torn Mrs. W. P. Huckaby and little be" and "to be." nearly every description. As we That's looking out for No. I! You are lookyig( out for

audience that filled the Christiar! ujrhter, Willie. of Ocala; and :Mrs.J. Mrs. J. L. Parmenter, having received have said before, our soil will make the "other fellow" when you buy out of town. : ''
church past seating capacity, he asked L. lavender and baby, and Lois and all kinds and mak- '
a telegram that her daughterin of produce, we are We can give you just as good stock and as good prices Q
if there was a man there that intended Lo''ie Drake, of Raiford, were the Georgia is dangerously ill, left for ing them.
as uot of town concern, quality and freight char
to vote for Knott in November to hold quests; of :Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Merritt that place last Saturday.

up his hand and there was not a handto Saturday and Sunday Twelve were baptized at Evergreen Shoes with a guarantee at Shriver's. ges considered.
go up, and we think if the courts Mr. C. Hodge\ and family were the Sunday morning; and the popularity of
be allowed to elect our state officers ruests of relatives near Brooker Sun- their pastor, Rev. L. A. Donnelly, was Whenever You Need a General TonicTake i. Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. :: J
.\ the people don't need an election of cay.:! decidedly; shown by the church giving Crave'sThe
1 any kind. :Mr. J. H: Pitts was a business visitor him an indefinite call to serve them. Old Standard Grove's Tasteless I ,
t - -- to Raiford Saturday.Mr. chill Tonic is equally valuable as a "The Hop Builders" \
.' Pile Cured In 6 to 14 Days O. T. Reaves is anticipating'' Wedding bells General Tonic because it contains the Nappy V
4t are ringing, of
well known tonic QUINIJ
t Your druggist will refund money if PAZO trip through the country to Wauchulaand properties
So the little birdies
fr I OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching say; aDd IRON. It acts on tho Liver, Drives
i BlindBieedingorProtrudingPitesis6to11davs.The other places of interest in South "W" stands for the watchwordAnd out Malaria, Enriches the l'"o'Ii. an I ..
Ease and Ret SOc. .. .
first application fives Florida. "R" for ready most any day. gujVl vr tV.' V h.1A l Cr! .

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