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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 6, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Established- 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75 Cents. Payable in Advance. E. S.




VOLUME 38. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1916.




COMMISSIONERS-- ORDER J. CA TIS' WILLIAM LAKECHARGED DESPITE CATTS' CHANGE IN PAVING




NAME PUT ON ELECTION BALLOTS WITH : GAINS, KNOTT'STAYS STILL UNDER J +




Petition Received- From Duval DOWLING-SHANDS' FIRE I ROBBING MAILSCAUGHTTAKINGMAILFROM IN LEAD THE MCMILLAN CASE .



County Bearing Signaturesof
Green Cove Mill Complete Loss Tried Before Eighteen Jurymen
500 Voters. SATURDAY LAST DAY FOR
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From Fire. Pronounced Not Guilty.In .
THE STARKE POST OFFICE THE COURT PROCEEDINGS

BOARD AGREES TO AGAIN
GREEN COVE, Oct. 5.-Fire which I last week's Telegraph was an account ;

LEASE STATE CONVICTS originated in the fuel room of the Escaped From County Jail Before the Attorneys for Gubernatorial Contenders of a trial before County Judge

saw mill of the Dowling-Shands Com- Now in Tallahassee for Final Geo. A. Gardiner of J. :M. McMillan,
-
Federal Authorities Took Him Into -1
Refused Payment of Inspectorsand pany, this morning, totally destroyedthe Moves in Famous Case. of near Lawtey, charged, with "unnec-
Board sawmill, entailing a loss of prop- Custody for Trial. essary and excessive chastising" of his ';

Clerks' Bill-Banks of County erty valued at approximately $150- 17-year old daughter. He was arrested -

Must Bid for Depository of County 000, with partial insurance. No lum- TALLAHASSEE, Oct. 4.-T. B. on a warrant sworn out by his
ber other than that which in the William Lake, a well known char- daughter but pleaded not to ihe
Named Managers and was Adams, chief counsel for W. V. Knott, guilty
Funds-Board mill for handling, was lost, and none acter in Starke, was arrested last and W. W. Flournoy, for Sidney J. charge. The jury in the case could

Clerks for General Election. of the other buildings of the companywere Thursday night on the charge of stealing Tatts, are in Tallahassee tonight fortlIe not agree. .
mail out of the drawers and boxesof The second trial took
damaged.The place Tuesday
[ final moves tomorrow in the gubernatorial -
fire was discovered about 4:40 the Starke post office and was put contest. Who will .nake forenoon and was a reptition of the
Monday, October 2nd, at 10 o'clocka. in the county jail. Yesterday (Thursday -
o'clock by the night watchman who the first move and what its nature will first. Witnesses swore that McMillan:
called to order
the board was I ) morning he was found to have
m. turned in the alarm. Heroic effortsof be is unknown tonight. The had used a mule whip in an unsparingway
situationlooks
J. B. Crews, chairman, with all made his from the jail in
by some
escape had
volunteers and mill employes sav- like checker on his daughter, the latter
members present, to-wit: A. H. Wil- ed loss and the flames manner and had vanished like thin an expert game the marks of the whip her
,
greater were with the players' attention closely riv- on person .
W. Pinholster, S. T. Dowl- .
liams, D. : confined to the building in which they air. eted on the board, watching for the and the accused himself acknowledgedthat
ing and J. L. Underhill. iriginated. Had to other About two weeks ago Night :MarshalEd he have the girla
they spread might whipped
of last meeting read and play the other is going to make, and
Minutes buildings and the lumber yard the Burnsed, going on duty about 6 the possible effect it may have on his little too hard. A. Z. Adkins, Esq.,

approved.The loss would have been many times that p. m., went to the postoffice to get the prospect of winning the game.1.... was the defendant's attorney and the '
for for lumber furnished I
bill
$60 mail. In the box he found
packagefor
which was entailed. a Flournoy said he expected Catts' 69 case was prosecuted by County Attor- :
from Dukesto
road leading
on public The sawmill was a modern plant of the daughter of his brother, Frank votes from Alachua county to get in ney A. S. Crews. The jury in the case ;
Butler and laid over to be investigated -
Lake Crews about 125,000 feet daily capacity, and Burnsed. He put the package back here tonight; that he would proceedat were, J. S. Thompson, J. R. Bryan, A. ;
Commissioner i
by was one of the largest in this section. into the box and locked the box. The once to have the state canvassingboard L. Bradley, S. J. Prescott, L. E. Rob-
that there was an error as
reported All the machinery was destroyed, or next morning when Frank Burnsedcame ertsV., E. Griffis. They returned
of the who fur- count them, which, if done and I
to the name and party recommendedthat so badly damaged it will be useless, to get the package it was gone, there is nothing else coming from Mr. I with the message that they could not
lumber
nished the the of, said bill be refused. and plans have not yet been made by having evidently been stolen from the Knott will make Catts the nominee agree. Three were forfi three against

payment : the company concerning the replacingof box.Last : again by fortyeight'otes.. conviction, it was said. At the pre-
and second the
motion report -
Upon the mill. It is believed, however, Wednesday evening Dr. 0. L. Something Else Coming. vious trial the majority was said to be
of Commissioner Crews acceptedand Haynes, dentist, opened his box to get
though not officially stated, that the Adams for conviction.
According to Mr. however,
of bill refused.Bill .
payment his mail. Among the matter he found
and laid over from mill will be replaced as soon as possi- there is something else coming, not- The county attorney decided to have ;
presented ble. a package of burrs, or points used on I withstanding. Flournoy's conten- yet another trial of the case in the afternoon :
last meeting for the sum of $25 forpayment the dental drill. As he not
was going
the entire of Green !. of the This trial
Practically town same day.
of tion that Mr. Knott has had his day at
of inspectors and clerks
Cove Springs turned out to assist in back to his office he put the package court on his recount proceeding. He was a repetition of the preceding two.

Starke, Lake Butler for, New services River on and account fighting the flames, and for two hours into the box again, locked the box and says the canvassing board is not going The jurors this time were, J. M. Al- :
Palestine
precincts the volunteers battled in a terrific went home. to count :Mr. Catts' sixtynine votes 1 varez, 0. 0. Stokes, T. N. Kendrick,
of the recount of the votes cast
heat to save the destruction of the other The following morning he went to just so right off the bat. There is I 0. B. Sweat, A. L. Alvarez, R. J. An-
,
held June 6
election i
in the primary his mail but found the
get package
buildings of the big lumber com- some mandamusing coming, and drews. It must be acknowledged thatit
motion and second more
1916. refused.Upon pay- pany, which is the town's principal in- .. gone. He reported the matter to PostMaster the board is not going to canvass any must be hard for some juries to decide -
ment J. W. Alvarez. .
dustry. body's amended returns until it is or- on whether punishment of a child :
committee appointed by the
The Officials of the this ,Every frequenter of the postoffice is really and excessive."
company morn- dered to do so by the court. The "unnecessary ,
commissionersof position
meet with the ,
board to knows that Lake never failed to be in :
ing stated that insurance companies The last jury in their predicamentwere
is identical as it was on June
Columbia county for to the prepare building plans ofa which held policies covering the mill the corridor of the office while the 26, when it canvassed the returns of probably guided by the precept I : ; j
and specifications
the had been notified of the fire and that mail was being distributed, keenly the primary and declared Mr. Catts "Spare the rod and spoil the child,",j
Olustee creek at
across
bridge adjustments probably would be made watching those who opened boxes and nominee. discharged and consequently brought in a verdictfor 1
the Its duty was then -
Ford reported that the committees -
Clyatt drawers. On several occasions he had I I
the defendant of "not and
guilty
speedily. and its is the II
had agreed and that plans and position now
been known to help children and
negrn '
the latter was discharged.The .
when Mr. Knott brought in
were published and the I same as
specifications servant girls to open boxes when they trials created much interest and -
of NEGRO LABORERS RETURN his amended returns short time
grading of the road and building a ago.
could not do it themselves, thus show I
With recounts in Lee, Clay, were largely attended. '
recent
the best
the bridge would be let to ing that he was acquainted with the

bidder Wednesday, October 4th, at the Many Who Went North Coming combinations of many of the box's. Washington Palm Beach, Marion, PRIZES OFFERED. i"a;
Hillsborough and Alachua counties, .
Ford.
Clyatt This fact caused Postmaster Alvarezto
Bill presented by Jacob J. Johns for Back to Savannah.Doing suspect him as being the thief. Mr. Adams claims for Mr. Knott a p.

damages to horse and buggy on public He talked the matter over with majority of thirty-six, after givingMr. The W. T. Weeks Chapter U. D. C., :
track work in Pennsylvania is I
TOad. Upon motion and second pay- not the soft it was claimed to be Marshals Kite and Burnsed and it was Catts his sixty-nine in Alachua.It is offering a prize of $5 in gold to the
snap is not understood whether one case
fifth sixth seventh and
ment refused. eighth gradesin
decided that a trap should be set for
and large numbers of the who .
negroes will be made of Mr. Knott's gains and
Bill of A. L. Crews balance claimedfor the thief. After the mail brought by the Starke High School, for the pu- !
went from Savannah some time
ago Mr. Catts sixty-nine votes to require ;
registering voters in precinct No. pil who answers the greatest number
the Cedar train in the
eveningMr.
Key I I
are finding even the first touch of fall
the canvassing board to make another
8. Upon motion payment refused. I i of questions on Southern history, cor
and the winds that down from Alvarez put a fake package in a I
Petition signed by W. U. Hammonsand the Alleghanies sweep remindersthat box having a sound combination lock. canvass. rectly. Questions to be given by the I
which readsas very good One Situation historian in sets of five each
others was presented, Lake "batched" upstairs in the old I Chapter ,
Savannah
Georgia, and especially i
follows: We, the patrons of district Very likely Mr. Knott's attorneyswill :: month. I[ ,
are good places during the winter school house, and Mr. Alvarez con- 1 .:
No. 1, respectfully ask that the months, so they are trekking back. cluded that Lake would watch him try to have the whole situation For September and October, the : ,;

bridge across Olustee creek known as Those who have already arrived-and pass the school house about 6:15, when considered together, while Mr. Flour- questions are on the Confederate navy|I|I : ;
the Lamb bridge be moved to a point | noy will try to limit it to Mr. Catts and follows j
are as :
:Mr. Alvarez went home to |
they are arriving in small batches every supper I
I I
;
said creekto sixty-nine votes and then his contention -
about one half mile down September-
day-are just as glad to get backas then after he had passed, Lake would ( |j ..'
road will be out before the ;
the argued supreme -
correspond with public 1. ( ) What Southern first of-
a man
likely slip down to the post office and 1
and :
they were to go away, prob-i I
whether Mr. Knott
Harden'slane court to
L. as
running west throcgh J. ably will not venture North again. probably find the corridor empty. ferrd plans for an iron clad war ship? 1 !

to the present bridge. After be- Savannah News. I Chief Kite agreed to watch the office : can come into court and again open (b) When were they finally accepted -; J c

ing considered by the board, upon mo- during the postmaster's absence. up his recount case after it has already ? .:. ',

tion and second petition granted. District No. 9, Worthington J. About 6:3011': Lurnsed came down I been decided by the court. After these 2. What was the name of the vessel j I i :

Notary Public bonds presented by Parrish, clerk; B. M. Leverett, G. and went on guard while Chief Kite arguments:; the matter will be passed before and after being converted into I I[ "

F. B. Lane and J. R. Bevill were ap- Frank McLeod and James Brown, in- went home to eat his evening meal. ,: upon by the court. There has got to a warship? ,( i ry

proved. spectors. Everything turned out as expected.Mr. i I be some fast operations to accomplishall 3. (a) Name of first Confederate

Bond of E. L. Stewart for justice of District No. 10, New River-M. J. Alvarez stopped some distance this before Saturday; that is, se- commander of a warship. :.

I the peace for 11th district, was approved. Sapp, clerk; W. M. Parker, J. E. Ad- from the school house and soon saw cure mandamuses against the state (b) His fate. j I[ ;
' '.I canvassing boad and have decisions 4. Relate first encounter and '.
kins and Robt. Andrews, inspegtors. Lake wend his way to the postoffice. ;
; The board of commissionersand .i rendered for not later than Saturdaythe re-I'|
county '! suIt.
District No. 11, Graham-W. T. lie followed\ and watched him enter
.
board of public instruction of Wasden, clerk; F. T. Abernathy, L. C. the corridor. Mr. Burnsed also watched secretary of state has to certify .11 5. (a) What was the first successful

Bradford county met in joint session Smith and J. R. Bevill, inspectors. from a hidden position. When Lake the nominee to the various counties as submarine? I.j

: October 2nd, 1916, at Starke and pass- District No. 12, There sa-Sam Roebuck came out he had a package in his required by law. (b) Where constructed?.

ed the following resolution: clerk; W. A. Jones, C. A. Young- hand. The two officials examined the I I I Knott's Majority is Thirty-six: (c) When?
"That the clerk of the board of county I According to Mr. Adams' figures on I
I blood and Ed Owsley, inspectors. box in which the fake package had (d) What did she accomplish?
f commissioners be instructed and recent recounts, Mr. Knott has gained
The board agreed to hire from the been put, and found the box empty. (e) Her fate?
i authorized to notify each bank doing state ten convicts, No. 3 grade, to work Here was a clear case against Lake ''in Lee county, 11 votes; in Clay, 3; October-

business in Bradford county that said upon the public roads of said county for stealing mail, and Officer Burnsed ,, in Washington, 3; Palm Beach, 2; Marion 1. Who was Raphael Semmes?
I boards will meet in joint session onE 1: 35 Hillsboro, 28; making a total
I. and instructed the clerk to make application forthwith arrested him and turned him ; 2. What vessel in two days captured !

E i the first Monday in December, 1916, to the board of commissioners over to Sheriff Denmark, pending the.I. of 81. A net gain in Alachua of 16 seven ships loaded with molasses I

y at Starke, to receive bids from said of state institutions for said con- action of the United States authori- and subtracting this 16 from Mr. : and sugar, and in 28 days captured 9

\ banks for county deposits in accord- victs. Catts' 69, leaves Mr. Catts 53 aheadin more? i

ance with Chapter 6932, Laws of 1915 On petition of the required numberof ties.Mr.. Alvarez wired for a Alachua. Add to Mr. Knott's ma- 3. What ship carried the Confede-
postoffice
Any bank desiring to become a coun- voters it was ordered that the inspector, who to Starke Saturday jority of 21, as shown by recent recan- rate flag around the world? +
came -
ty depository of the funds of said t names of the following candidates for After hearing the evidence'I.!I vass of the board, his 81 shown above, 4. Where was a navy yard far away It

county will file their application by presidential electors be printed on the against Lake the inspector said that gives him 102. Subtract from this result from the sea? I <

(, said date as required and in conformity official ballots for the election to be he would probably be given a prelim- ''.: Mr. Catts lead of 53 from Ala- 5. What vessel fired the last gun of I t

with the law as above referred to. held November 7th, 1916 to-wit: J. inary hearing, but was otherwise I chua, plus his gain of 13, on recountin the Confederacy? I i

; The board appointed the following Turner Butler, Martin Caraballo, J, P. reticent. very II Dade, leaves Mr. Knott in the lead (b) When? I

named persons as managers and clerks Clarkson Frank Harris, Milton H. Lake on being arrested put up a'' by 38. The answers must be in by the end j

1 for the general election to be held on Mabry, Sr., and Will H. Price.A (Treat bluff about wanting to commit of the third week in each month for

November 7th, 1916, in the several petition from 500 voters of Duval suicide, but soon cooled down. For along SILVER WEDDING.In grading. i
districts as follows: Using the term "Civil War" will
having been received
county asking time he had been living on char-
District No. 1, L'wteO. L. Thomas count ten off the final count "War
that the of ; say
name Sidney Catts, can- itv extended by some of the citizensof memory of the 25th anniversaryof
', clerk J. E. J. Wainwright, Char I Between the States.
; didate for be printed the of C.
Henry Peeplesand
lie governor on Starke and the good meals given the marriage
;J Sapp, and J. L. Stabby. Inspec bnllots for the election Pupils may receive suggestions as '
i on November I him by the generous Sheriff Denmarkwere :May Emma Wainwright, which
I.' tors. 7th 1916. it was ordered that the name the best he had had for month!' I' was on the 23rd day of September, to where answers may be found, but ]
District No. 2, Lake Butler-J. D. I must read on the subject, thereby
Cobb of the said Sidney J. Catts be printedon The United States marshal was dai- just passed, their married children 1
clerk Jesse Cason, C. H. Register training thorough knowledge Con- !
a of
;
the said ballots.\ ly expected to come for Lake, but he Russell C. Peeples, of Tavares, Ruby "
and R. E. Dell
inspectors. The board will meet in session on Id not put in an appearance and it Sullivan, of Theressa; Edna Feagle. of federate History. \
District No. 3 Palestine-Wesley :MRS. J. M. ALVAREZ
,
October 18th. 1916, to revise the reg- began to look as though the case was Fort White; and Edith Holder, of :Miami ,
W.
l Williams, clerk; J. C. Clemons, :M. istration books.In forgotten. Thursday!" morning Lake presented them with a 26 piece Historian, W. T. Weeks Chapter. IREADY I 4'i
V. Courson and :M.
A.
Weeks
inspect the matter relating to cost bills I was found missing from the jail. His Refers Bros- silver set, which is much !
?
t; I FOR
1; i District in the case S. B. Denmark the commissioners fellow prisoners" could not tell how he appreciated by Hon. and Mrs H. C- BUSINESS.Col. i {
I No. 4, Providence :M.
of Bradford county, A. V. had escaped. I Peeples, and gives them something ever -- I I
. ; Williams, clerk Sam Osteen T. (;. M. v
t Gay and W. F.; Smith Long Esq.. representing the commissioners ; In Lake's quarters at the schoolhouse present to remind them that 25 C. L. Peek has just received I I

: District inspectors advised that if the sheriff : were found charred remains of I years of married life has passed and some new machinery for his big farm I
No. 5, Bro-kr- L Col- I
: son, clerk would accept $ 3.90 in full settlement letters and wrappings of packagesthat although their children have left the in the Alfalfa section, comprising a 1!

;'t{ and E.; Albert M. Hazen Surrency, J. J. Morgan of the sheriff's costs of execution ofI I he had burned. family altar and gone out into the 10-horsepower gasoline engine, rice i

District No. inspectors. warrants cited in the case, that the Wm. Lake is about 73 years of age. world to build homes of their own. thresher, huller and polisher and a '
6 Starke
J. L. Peek.
,
clerk' F. P. Shaffer board should pay him said amount. He came to this section about 40 years they have not forgotten papa and feed mill. He is now ready to prepare
; T. N. Kendrick
it and J. W. Ordered, that Mr. Denmark'; attorney as-o. He has been away for years at mama. rice for market for himself and those

.t; District Andrews No.7 Jr., inspectors. be advised that the board would pay different times but always returned to who wish to patronize him, and grind )

:, s Hampton John him $73.90, in full settlement of his Starke. CIVIC CLUB NEXT WEDNESDAY.The feed. The apparatus is the best than
cott' :
!;}, clerk; J. Allen, Perry Johns :
and demands in the case. Civic Club will meet next Wed- can be procured.
C.
E.
'.- District No.Harper 8 inspectors. I The board adjourned until October Judge J. T. Wills and State Attor- nesdav afternoon. October 11th, at 3 The engine will also be used for run- :
Raiford-W. C. Whit-
ten, clerk J. W. Nichols ISth, 1916. ney A. V. Long have been in Bronson n'elock at the residence of Mrs. A. Z. ning the cane mill. A great deal of

and 0. B.;Gordon, inspectors., J. P. Bryan, W. T. WEEKS, during the week holding circuit court Adkins. All members earnestly requested cane has been grown on the farm this

Clerk and Auditor. for Levy county. to be present. season, which will be made into syrup.
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; I NATIONAL GOVERNMENT IS UKSPONSIHLE .
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j fb I'. POSSE SURROUNDS BANK ROBBERS FOR NEGROES; I SWEDEN AND THE -

II: ; LEAVING SOUTH. CURIOUS BITS I ............".,........ f....." ...

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t. ; TWO KILLED IN FIGHT LAST FRIDAYLeLand It would seem that the movement of ALLIES AT GRIPSEvery OF HISTORYA ; : t;
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11 negroes from the South to the North "i: fi, : t :. :

--- .-- has!" to a considerable extent, been FAMINE IN NEW ENGLAND.By .: .. ,. '1... .; '.' .t' ta
-i I' brought about by the Department of =

: Rice Killed and Frank EVERYBODY MUST FIGHT THE! Labor at Washington. According to a Indication Points to The A. W. MACY.It -; : l Iwro. t...... .' .

BOLL WEEVIL. the daily A''I. ...... -.:.. {, .'
dispatch" from Washington to Is generally -uppwed that ,.: .': l.
: Rice Wounded Situation '1. t""J
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Mortally Becoming Very ... .
said that the first important amine has t" "'1. "
: II I papers, it is such a thing as ... .....J t .-. ?
:.. :, Trying to Escape. Indications point to a large acreageof effort made by the department of Tense. never occurred In this country, I -:. r
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J I : cotton next year. This will be induced labor to !-l'cul'm'n: for Northern em- yet there was ... serious one In .!
i1"-'- t '. by the prospect of high prices ployers was to fill an application which New Engl.na 'uring the winterof ;! "'f

I CAPTURE OF REMAINING However, the increased acreage will came from the Erie Railroad and that LONDON, Oct. :Correspondence( 1816-17. The weather was Intensely 1.---: -.J. .c d -, :. .._.' ..- --- .... <
'. avail little if !something is not done to this was shortly; afterward followedby I of the Associated Prl'ss-The) relations cold, and It is said :here ;:

'; TWO MEMBERS EXPECTED control the boll weevil. Experience has a !similar application from the Penn between Sweden and the Alliesare was frct every month of the ""o.t4. .. ; ..,.b.ii" Q:

I ,I' demonstrated again and again that theboll railroad. By the time a thousand ne- attracting unusual attention and year. The corn crop had ueen a *1Ji.,

I !! r Relieved Other Two Bandits Who RobE \ wl'e'ils'i1I destroy a large pro- groes had been moved! North, however, there is every indication that the situation complete failure, and there was :',; ".... J.yq
portion of the crops the second year the department of labor awoke to a threatens to become' tense. not more than half a crop of o! k'l.', t f P;
i bed Homestead: Hank and Killed l lI that there werea With the oats, hay, potatoes, e'tc. Food :: : ;".. c:'. ,;" ;. .:
after they enter new territory. By the realization of the fact dispute over the mail seizures : : :: "' .... .
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I Three Members of Sheriff's Fosse, ; third year the damage reaches disas- comparatively few unemployed negroes unsettled, there now arises a could be procured along Jthe se'- '.;;" ":....-,-,.. ....... .. ''T'; t...):.-: '
.: the South, and the department charge by the Allies thai Sweden's board, bet the means of transportation .--.
1 Can't Escape From Chokoloski-e: Island trous proportions. in ;h': ::': I:t: it 44., 1 r'r "f
I According to E. S. Pace, district inducted its agents to confine neutrality is not as impartial as it were very poor In ..,. .. ,

Where They are Surrounded. agent of the University of Florida extension their activities to securing: employment should l.e. This charge has drawn those day, and there was great .h.;. -: AVktdf. : t iridaI .f.. =

division, the spread of the insect for negroes in their immediate from Sweden a reply as crisp as the suffering In the Interior. Many: I I :i::: gt WCIS t iae: {er. .tip. .
t t FT. MYERS Rice and the damage from it may j be sections. notes in the mail controversy, which of the Inhabitants! became disheartened ::: ,.. ,. .-., .
Sl'pt.Frank: (
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greatly curtailed by the destruction of Thus the Southern' cities which have Viscount trey; characterized as not : and there was a stampede 4p.::.r. .:t c 4 .l".1SLL trtl4li.. t:.
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: a brother of Leland Rice, was !brought .. .. ,. ". ,.. .. I11 ..
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S1 to Ft. Myers at 8 o'clock last night, the cotton stalks early in the fall. Thisprocedure : been .vigorously undertaking to sup- usually being found in diplomatic cor- : fcr the west, which then :.r:; ......'.:... ::. ..... u.- I... ,,,. J
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I will be effective fora the who were drawing negroes respondence. meant the Ohio count ', the fob -.... "" .. ; ':
a I following; attempt to board a fishing not so press! agents :',,. {C.-I'1" ." '. '\ro"e "t:
;l j : single farmer, but a number (of farmers away from this !section under the The now point of contact is the outgrowth lowing spring. Mar., of those j.: fit N iiI-I" i:?
in
boat off Chokoloskee 9 o
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employedby who/ thus forccok: their homes "\ ..
: can ; the morning, when he was perhaps I iFf
.. :;, wounded Fred Hirsch[ It would be advisable to obtain Eastern railroads and manufacturing shipping; in using the Swedish territorial and started west In wagons were ::?:' !iC.' Ire. |
fatally by .
I of the boat. Leland Rice captain was action from all\ farmers in a county. If concerns are up against the fact water. for all Baltic traffic. poorly equipped for the journey, 10$. Armour FertibzericI 8nvillc ,}

I shot and killed un Chokoloskee island the stalks are destroyed during the that the department! of labor admits The Allies have protested Sweden's and some died:! en the way. Others :!.:; I
by Roily Wiggins, who sent three buckshot first few days of October it is probable that it is the responsible organizationfor determination to mine the Kogrund reached the: promised: land ,i:::. !s .
into Rice's neck when he refused that the damage next year would be i undertaking to supply negro: lal. ':Jr channel, or to close! the channel to all and became sturdy western pioneers :'tl Jack !! !FIa. M x
the South to the Erie an.l !but Swedish ard the ancestors of ,
greatly decreased.! The crop is infested ers from shipping. many
tt
i to when ordered. .'
stop :
;l each year from the weevils that Pennsylvania. railroads thus drainingthis well-to-do people of today. ..".:..... .f !.!:...,. .. If'Of. f. ;
Hugh Alderman and Jim Tucker .
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1 1ti the other members\ of the bandit live over winter. Those weevils\ depend section of labor !badly needed ": : .\,:-::: :.:.. : ?; ...\ ..
I : two SYNOPSIS OF THE (GAME; : LAW. ; .,\\, ;......:.:..:.... )
on the stalks" that are left standing home
i that robbed the Bank of Homestead -
c gang on September IS shot Will and after the crop is picked for food This is but one more illustration\ of 'j Head the Bradford County Tel
Allen Henderson and C. R. Williams until frost.! If this food is destroyed, the fact that the (Government; is often 1. The title of all wild birds and graph-the home paper. -

'. s at Everglades/ station and then made only a small percentage of the adults 0 Cutting into things which it does not i game is vested: in the various counties I -
boat will live till frost when they go into understand and which should be left to of the state." I
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a a good escape in an unguarded ,
work out to 2. The following only I II ,
are on a small island in Chokoloskeebay. winter quarters. economic conditions to a are panic
final solution. The government's activities I birds. Swan, geese, brant, ducks rail I
.
They are surrounded by a
I posei are becoming altogether too coots, mud hens, gallinulas, shore
commanded by Sheriff Tippins of Lee
'' !i I birds, plovers, surf birds, woodcocks,
; county, and although the two bandits COTTON GINNING.;) ; multitudinous. j i
!' From Birmingham come reports ota sand pipers, tattlers, curlews, turkeys, I
I are heavily armed, the posse is confident ANDREWS
t I shortage of unskilled labor in that grouse, pheasants, quail and turtledoves A. D.
of them
E II ., killing or capturing as According to the latest government district because of the exodus of between .
have in which
boat
they no to get
; report the ginning of cotton in Florida 4.000 and 5,000 negroes drawn :3. It is a $.")'0 fine to catch kill, shipor -

I! !( I away.Camped on Island Wednesday prior to September :2.,th for the last from that section by prospects of work have in possession any game bird MERCANTILE COMPANYRAlFORDTfFITOT ;;
four years has: been as follows: the plumage, skin" nests thereof t
at high wages on Pennsylvania eggs or
j Inland Rice, with Frank Rice, Tucker ]1913: ---- ---_-_________ ___l and Anderman, camped on a small I 1914! _-__h_-_ ___ _______:?;),5'9; in the coal fields of Kentucky and of 4. Open season November :20th to ; ) -- ,

i island in Chokoloskee bay on Wednes 1915! _ _ _ _ 1!IOO: Pennsylvania.The I :March[ 10th, following, for deer wild r L l :i:l

; day.for Leland supplies Rice, the landed other at three Chokoloskee men- 1910; __ __ _-_1 R1:18, :! Birmingham district is not th> turkeys, (ouail doves swan, geese, -- ... .. '.""

of the South from which brant, rails, coots sand" -. -.'
only section" pipers curlews --- ---- -
waiting for him to return to the island : _-:.- :-
Leland spent about two hours the negroes are emigrating, and a I snipe, ducks, and plover Novem- :- ..- --. -' '.'

: at Chokoloskee on Wednesday after- statement of the case as it appears to..I beg 2uth to December 20th following, We [have some young'MARESMULES and .
noon and told several residents where GENERAL STRIKE a Pennsylvania is found in letter\ by i|'I for pheasants: and October 1st to

th> rest of the gang were located. Rev. Howard Wayne Smith in the Pub- i'' :March 1st following for squirrels.) It GOODfHORSES and some bally HORSES rf
He attributes is unlawful to kill in
; lie Ledger of Philadelphia. squirrels any
'" i When ordered Rice started him to to leave stop.Roily Rice Wiggins attempted : FAILED IN N. Y. this movement of populationfrom I public! or private park at any time. we want to sell. Anyone wanting to buy

to draw his gun and Wiggins the South to the East to war conditions j j I .".. [It is a fine of $:.:; to capture, kill HORSES MULES

j:. fired, hitting Rice in the neck with in Europe which have stopped or injure any game: bird or animal !by I [ OR BUGGIES
immigration to this county. In former pitfall deadfall scaffold, cape, snare
I three buckshot killing him instantly. I 1 come to We will AI
see for
I us.
4, A posse was organized to go to the Labor Leaders Recommend days track laborers and constructiongangs I net, salt lick, blind pen, baited hook. [ n

a ; small island after the rest of the gang, were largely made up of for baited field, drug, poison, chemicals,, GOOD PAPERS or CASH
II and it i is expected that Tucker and Alderman Every Union Man Be Assessed eigners. Now the Slavs and the Hun- explosives or similar devices. .
F "t ii I will be killed or captured $1 For Strikers. gj'rians and the Italians, instead\ of'' (Ii. It is a $25: : fine to catch, hunt or
t I i II, within a few hours crowding to our shores and doing the kill any game bird or animal between
tough work of this country, are in Europe dark and daylight the following da '.
: )
f Alter I
the killing We
of Leland Rice at will "
ea j .11' Chokoloskee the other three men spent NEW YORK Oct. :1'.-Tacit admis- or at least those who are alive I j 7. It is a $:25 fine to kill more than pay }'ou highest Aces| for

j :i the night on the small island. Thurs. sion of the failure of the "general" are there, doing the rough work of, one deer, two turkeys, twenty I SEED COTTON. We bought fifty-
; i day morning about 9:30: o'clock Fred sympathetic strike in New York in war. I or twenty-five birds of any one spe-I" ,
I I Hirsch, captain of the fishing boat,I behalf of the striking street car men The scarcity of labor in the nuni- cies in any one day. It is a $500 tinl'1; I one thousand pounds last Saturday
i
t ': Powell, saw Frank Rice wading out was made in a report late today to a I tion factories of the East has resultedin to kill more than three deee, ten tur- ,

5 to the boat, which was anchored off I conference of labor leaders which discussed i these enterprises drawing upon all keys, or three hundred of any other September, 23rd. 5

i; I I Chokoloskee bay. Just as the bandit I/ the general situation. The leaders available labor at high rates of wages game bird in one open season.
:. I climbed aboard the boat Hirsch fired, recommended that every union and men have crowded from other industries j I 8. It is a $25: ; fine to hunt outside -

'. I bringing him down with the first shot, member of the city be assessed $1 for \ into the munition plants to '. of your voting precinct without a license es-t
: I which passed through Rice's side, inflicting the benefit of the subway, elevated get the exorbitant} prices that have ; a $:!5 fine to change or alter a We will sell you the f OTTQN

: I what is believed to be a mortal and surface cars employes who are on : J been, paid by reason of Europe's de- license.
I wound. Hirsch then took the bandit strike Manhattan: [ the Bronx and II mand for war supplies. With a rl'duc-I j 10. It i is a $:?.. fine to transport SEED. And don't forget that when ;

i to Marco, where he met the local parts of Westchester county. ed supply of labor, drawn from other within or without this state any game ,
sheriff who deputized two members of Xo decision as to further efforts to industries and from railroad work, in- without a proper license. It is a $10i cotton rises !elsewhere it rises at :

'" i the posse to bring Rice to Ft. Myers. call out all\ unionists in sympathy with j to munition factories, and the cutting fine for any common carries to receive Raiford

/ I il I He arrived here at 8 o'clock last night the strikers was taken and there was I otT of immigration, some big such game for transportation. : 1

!1// and was placed in the county jail. He no formal admission that the strike railroad and industrial, in conc'rns'l 11. The witnesses furnishing evidence -
: stated that he went to the fishing boat plan had collapsed.In and West, aided by the National Government -] to convict for any violation of 11

I to give himselt up but the supposition its report to the meeting the general and by individuals have had the game laws !shall" have half of thefine .
I
; is that he expected to capture the boat, strike committee said: their agents throughout the South offering imposed. WE HAVE a LARGE STOCK
get Tucker and Alderman and make "The committee still believes in the high pay and easy conditionsto I 12.: Persons residing" in the state

1 good their escape. Leland Rice, who sincerity of the assurances given by negro labor. The result has beena 12 months and in the county: six moth of all kinds of new goods : to se.

was killed by Wiggins, was buried on representatives of important unions.It very heavy movement of negroes may, on payment of $1 to the county
.' I Chokoloskee island. is our opinion that the rank and file I from the South to the East and to the I| judge, receive a "Resident License;" a lect from. WE WILL BUY WHATyou

,7. : Leland! Rice Had $1,000. of labor is in full\ sympathy with the West. "Non-Resident License" for $3: and a
'1 i A search revealed about $1,000 on street car men in their fight to main- It was recently stated that over 700; Non-Resident Hunter's License for have to sell and sell you what you haveto
.
r. ; the body of Leland Rice. Hugh Alderman tain their rights under the agreementof negroes from the South had been placed $15. No license good except in county buy. WE ARE OUT FOR BUSINESS.
R I and Jim Tucker, the remaining August I 0) and 7, underwritten by in the tobacco fields of Connecticut. issued. No license! required of resi-

t members of the gang on the*small island the mayor and the chairman of the and an appeal was made for cooperation I dent Confederate veterans. Come to see us and see what we can do for
: in the bay, are said to be heavily public service commission, which if '. to help in looking after them. 13.: County judge to have 25c, ;SOc, : you,
: : armed. Frank Rice said that one of lived up to by the traction companiesof I The negro problem has been largelya and $1 respectively for each license is- ,,
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f them had a high powered rifle. Sheriff -I New York would have preventedthe Southern problem. The North and sued balance goes to county school -- -

; Tippins and a posse expected to strike and general industrial un- West have not understood it. :Many fund.
1 have a hard fight, but as the bandits rest. Northern and Western people have I!| 11. The sheriff is ex-officio county A. D. ANDREWS

i' have no }boat it is believed their capture "Organized labor did not want to been bitter against the South because game warden. I
: !t i is certain.rranK help the street car men provided a definite they did not understand the negro )| 1" All grades of license shall be of

t' t: f nice made a statement after plan had been decided: and agreed: tuestion) nor the negro character. Tht different color, contain a synopsis of
being jailed here to the effect that upon." massing of negroes in the South is a I II the ame law printed on the hack. and! MERCANTILE COMPANY

Tucker and Alderman robbed him after The report declared the introductionof I disadvantage to this section from several i shall he good only for the open seasonor
x F Leland failed to return from Cho- individual contracts by the Inter- points of view. The scattering fraction thereof immediately fol. rr (THE BRICK STOJ ')

'3 koloskee on Wednesday afternoon and borough Rapid Transit Company was I the negro population into other sections j I lowing their issue. RAIFORD FL &

drove him off the little island. lie also an attack upon trade unionism. of the country will be an advantage IDAHULL'S.

'I stated" that following the escape of I j" Police headquarters announced thata I to the South, partly offsetting the Jl'ST SOME TATIONS.
the four men from the east coast posse canvass made by policemen showed loss" of these" men as laborers.

at Jewfish the gang boarded a I that only -108 men had responded to I The scattering of the negroes into -

schooner and went to Key West where I I the call for a general strike. North and West will make the negro I.To shave face and brush your I
1 they remained for three and one-half :More than 100.000 members of the I question a national problem instead of hair,
days. Frank Rice declared that he I United Ih'lrTradl's, returned to !i a !sectional one, and the whole country I And then your Sunday clothes to wear .

t had: nothing to do with the bank rob} 'work after three three-day holiday as will then the better understand the difficulties That's preparation.And I --

; t;. fiery, but asserted that Leland\ Rice, did 3,100 brewery workers. under which the South has then upon the cars to rideA
I Tucker :Alderman robbed the bank' labored in handling! the negro quesi mile or two to walk beside.

and did the shooting which resulted in shot and dangerously wounded whenhe i I tion. So long as the North and West i That's transportation.And *

the killing of three members of the attempted to board 1 schooner I know nothing by practical experience ,, then before the door to smile" DEPARTMENT
east coast posse at Everglades station. the island.Alder.nan. a near I I. (;-f this question !they: will never unl'r-I! : I And think you'll stay a while
stand the South's dIfficultIes. r That's .
\ expectation.And
said today that he and "
Last of Bandits Surrenders. Tucker 1 lri. d to swim the river together as soon as nl'g'roes.arl' sufficiently | then,to find! her not at home- STORENeither
scattered over the North and West to -t J 919 11
FORT MYERS, Oct. :?.Chase for and t.a'! ht was ahead. When in !bring the -
tl'e four bandits who robbed bank at the s. ;it'ar.ll.I"rman said he called toTucker question directly before the i That's thunderation.
a J people of these sections, there will be I Plant Catts or Knott have affected
a busi
Homestead 1; City Spokesman. our
I on September loth of $t-. anti asked him if he thou-r1.' national .
t Imo' ended today when the body of .I he could hold out until he reached the of a sectional f.tudof study the, as problem has heretofore instead i iI ness. We have a fine grocery trade and have fine ;
Jarros Tucker one of the robber} *, wn, I opposite bank. Tucker !said" he could. been | the cultivation of a smaller !
I: necessary.There acreage groceries. We sell for cash.
found in. i That the bv We have a good line i
Lopez river and Hugh Alderman i was last Alderman\ said hej, intensive farming: method rather
I
!' ,- who police say confessed his i !saw of him. Tucker's body was found connection are with some this other features in than a large acreage by wasteful: I of Furniture, Hardware, Crockery and Glassware (
negro movement ,
part in the crime, surrendered. Tucker I i bv Charles Tigerta. an Indian boy. i to the North methods. In many cases on the farm I
and West which Feeds
Fertilizers
will al- A Solid
was drowned while trying to swim Alderman got across safely and wentto : so be of advantage and in the factory where manual la- Car of Phoslime ( Soft '
to the
+ the river.Tucker's. a house on Turner's island and arrived i j section" has depended too largely South. This hor has been used because of the Phosphate and Lime) put up in 100 pound white '
death makes: five resulting during the absence of the Lopez !! manual labor upon abundance and low price of negro labor 5 f'
and in .
frcm the robbery. During their flight family the occupants. When Alfonso upon slip. hod farming methods many respects: i it will now become necessary" to sacks, Get our Prices. Brick and Lime, Paits Oils,
I
down the Florida East Coa<;t the }bandits and Joseph Lopez with II. T. Whidd"i. tenants. by negro substitute mechanical equipment of Gasoline. We
There '' buy
has
}been Country Produce
a dispo- Sweet
; fought several" went to the Eggs
pistol fights with house Alderman called I ition to buy every industry in the South.If ,
: and three I out that he wished up large tracts of land Potatoes Corn Etc.
pursuers to the
pos.semen were I surrender fearing I and farm it by negro tenants negroes who go North and ,
who had
E killed. They escaped from that section he would be shot if he continuedto no interest other than what thecould West should find that they have not Yours for the Square Deal '
;-,. went to Key West and started ) try to get away. The three men get out of one year's reached the Garden of Eden., as they ,
un the West Coast.!" Inland Rice, said" brought him to jail here. to whether crop, uncertainas had expected and later
on return
; I they would to
t i I to have been the leader of the band Alderman and Tucker had been two the land remain on the South, they will have a higher
next
t i' I was shot and killed by a resident of I days and nights without food when lessening the year supply or not.of With a' of their advantages?: in this appreciation N. B. HULL
tenants
Chokoloskee island, Sept. 28 and the section than
i 1 I' there will be a tendency they had before, and will
t } ,, next day Rice's brother Frank, was j ji j pur-" of energy and towards work concentration !i i be better and more faithful in their

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I.I( ( 1 SIX OLD LADIES FALL WEB WORM TREES.DAMAGES TilE I!'FLORIDA TROOPS-I UGH! CALOMEL.MAKES


I News of Florida in Short Paragraphs.9S2SZ52SSZ2SI 1CL j I I YOU DEATHLY SICK

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Th fall web worm can be ('asih'de'clefl

'State News jI Lj REGAINHEALTH spins in the by trees.the web As mass a rule which growers it" J I OFF FOR BORDER Stop Using Dangerous Drug

Before It Salivates You!
burn the nests and the caterpillars on j

the tree with a torch-if they try to It's Horrible.

I Told by Our Exchanges. Famous Medicine Accomplishes control them at all. They should be First Section of Train Left at -

Wonderful Results in the( taken out of the trees. but not with I Three O'clock for You're bilious, sluggish, constipated
'---- fire. Fire should not \Ill' used especially Monday I
F. W TAMPA. Work the and I and believe you need vile, dangerous
ORANGE.-Colonel on Tampa Treating of Infirmities of Old in
PORT pecan trees, since it is apt to injure -
Laredo Texas.JACKSONVILLE. calomel to start liver and dean
will your
United States army, retired Eastern Interurban railway probably the ,
Hoe, of the wood and :hupa'"e the en-I
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committed suicide by shooting ,at start within six weeks, accordingto Age. tiunct. for insects and diseases.J. your bowels.

: early today. He was an In- the statement of F. M. Williams, R. Wat-'on. entomologist to theUniversity I Here's my guarantee! Ask your
his home Oct. 2.-Four druggist for a 50 cent bottle of [) Json's -
of the
of
! Burial will be in Washington OLe the promoters project.Contract For the past year or so several of of Florida experiment station : -
valid.
trains, bearing the Second Florida infantry Liver Tone and take
spoonful
for the construction of the a
i I the more elderly ladies of the Old La- recommends that a pole with some
to Laredo, Texas, will If it doesn't
I racks awarded time begin tonight. start your liver
was borne ago. dies' Pike Nashville
eBACB-A coroners Home on Rutledge sort of hook arrangement be used!" to t
WEST PALM leaving the state camp grounds at and straighten right better
Tenn., have been in feeble the you up
nets
Geo. Smith a very pull and the caterpillars out
impaneled by Justice Black! Point at 3 o'clock this after- than calomel and without griping
Se verdict that Frank Flynn, the SA\FOIW.-Thc drainage of the delicate state of health borderingat of the tree. Then they may be burned I or
noon.
the making sick I want tJ
St. Johns lands is times on what might be termed a dropped in vese't you you go
discovered floating Upper now an assured or a containing watt -
body was The first section will Le ofbaggage
whose ( the
i back to store and
get mon-
man in Lake Worth about fifty feet fact, according to the following general decline. overlaid with kerosene.FARMERS' ; cars, Pullmans and tourishl your

from the foot of Evernia: street, came from :Sunday's Times-Union. The first Their failing health was due, no sleepers, bearing Colonel A. II. Ulan! ey.Take calomel today and tomorrowyou
accidental drowning. stage in the upper St. Johns drainagecase doubt, in a large measure to the general U\Yo
by ding. the headquarters staff the
death
to his infirmities of advanced and machine will feel weak and sick and nau-
was completed yesterday when age I
gun and supply companies. Following seated. Don't lose day's work. Takea
the although they received every possiblecare a
war department approved plans
The crate mill of State of Florida, Executive Office. the first train the First Bntta- harmless
W\UCHULA.- submitted by the engineers and authorized and attention they seemed to be spoonful of vegetable Dod-
Manufacturing and Tim I'y the GO\'ernor-A Proclamation. lion in command of Major J. W. son's Liver Tone tonight and wake
the Wauchula issuance of permit for beyond the reach of the treatment or- up
ber Company started up Monday, after with the work.a This propect procedure dinarily administered in such cases. WHEREAS, The Florida Legislature Blanding, will be the next to leave. feeling great. It's perfectly harmless -

having laid idle men summer involves the expenditure of approximately At the suggestion of Mrs. Colton, at its last session recognizing the Then the Second Battalion, commanded so give it to your children any "

season. A good force of wee put :;OUO,000 and will mean the the matron of the institution they great importance of agriculture and ) by Major Vivian. 15. Collins, and time. It can't salivate, so let them

to work and it is expected to be run- creation of about $2t: ,500,000() in new concluded to try Tanlac and it was a I its inestimable value to the very life Cass.the Third, in command of Major C. W. eat anything afterwards.! ((11-4))
full force by the end of the and permanency of our state and the I-
ning in wealth for the state.KISSIMMEE.Last. happy decision indeed when they didso.
t, coming week. The reconstructive powers of the nation, and as a well merited and deserving There probably will be no stop in II I

tribute to our farmers set Jacksonville save, perhaps, a wait ofa
medicine were at once in evidence and J
Wednesday few minutes at the Union Statil'n.and ,
aside and designated certain day in
Librarywhich almost to eat' a
Carnegie they began immediately
OCALA.-The Rarest Violins In World.
head of stock arrived in'this to' the Florida Regiment will
pure-bred each be departfor
: day as a legal holiday
is better feel better and rest better
been opened, pro- ,
has just The violins in the worll
rarest are
city for distribution several known and Mexican border without ostentation -
among Farmers'
of the handsomest of its Since: that time the treatment has beercontinued as Day. ; I
nounced one to the prominent .stockmen. The cattle all with WHEREAS, It i is proper that all though in a highly efficient man- those which were made by Guarneriusdel
the astonishing
addition
size in the country. In are bulls of Hereford, Durham, and In- most citizens imbued with public spirit and ner. Gesu only about forty of them be-
it containsa results but let then
helf and gratifying ,
reading and rooms dia Brahman breeds.. All are young, with regard for the future advancement Camp Place of ActhityRisinp ling known to exist. One of these instruments
and : tell their stories in their individual
auditorium, a room own own -
good-sized mixed ages, and are to be used for of our state and our country, a- at reveille in the half light was purchased by Ysaye for
fitted Their statements
in the basement will be up as breeding purposes. They were obtained way. are well as for the material interest of the of a murky pray morning; the r'j'iment $0000.! Two famous Stradivarius instruments

the children's department. from I'. F. Lester of Houston Texas. undoubtedly. Houser interesting.Mrs. one of the first tiu.e particular .ection in which they l live. this morning; swallowed breakfast which wore used by Sara- !
was
Their average cost is $1(>j per head should be zealous and untiring the and turned to the task in hand of sate during his great concert tours,
the medicine, and being at
QU1 'cY.-The pecan crop of Gads- /The India Brahman breed is said to advanced her trouble had a beermore wry promotion of all movements to benefitour preparing to entrain. Yesterday, too, were sold. One of these the Ilolssier.is .

den county will be unusually large 1 bo immune from the ravages of the age, and difficult to treat, varied agricultural, horticultural was busily spent in making ready the in a museum at Madrid. It is valued K'

There are several promising orchards cattle tick and is said to thrive upon persistent than of the others. Mrs i'nd trucking industries, and; kitchen cars, and visitors at Black I at $ O.OlO. The other is in a i i

, in the county. One Quincy resident palmetto, shrub and other wild pas- perhaps, any WHEREAS. It is desirable that I. Point Sunday saw something of mili- museum in Paris. There are only 29
Houser said
gathered 927 pounds of nuts from a turasre.JACKSONVILLE.. : Farmers' Day become generally observed tary efficiency in breaking camp. I Stradivarius cellos in the world. Of
"I had been in weak, nervousstate :
tree in his yard and these were soldat a very and celebrated throughout the I Tourist sleepers for the enlisted the 300 Stradivarius violins that were
for and have suffered .
ten cents a pound. An effort is being .-The Kissimmee principally several years from stomach trou- State, and that appropriate public assemblages men had not been placed the middle :, made more than 200! have been bought

made to increase the yield and to be planned at which proper i of the morning, but railway officials and sold by one dealer. +?
Island 1 Cattle livestock
Company, a new ble. I would go for months at a time
enlarge the groves over the county. recognition shall be extended to assured the regiment commander that 0;
has been formed here
concern, without eating any solid food and up
and those interested will soon apply to a short time ago, spent most of mjt'.TC our farmers and encouragement offered equipment would he shifted to the Driving Screws by Compressed Air l lA

FENSACOLA.-One hundred busi- for charter to the governor, such application : ir i T.V room, as I was too weakto to these of our citizens who form camp ground tracks in plenty of time leading American automobile manufacturer 1
and developers from will the |basic strength of the nation's economic for the regiment to entrain and begin ,
ness men, farmers I to state that 500,000; come down stairs. I ate some cornbread has found it advantageous to ,
the nine counties of West Florida and j be the capital stock. The company is and spare ribs for dinner today /greatness, its progress and power leaoingat :3 o'clock. Baggage cars : install a compressed air device for .J

two Alabama counties, owning over a'' headed by W. J. Kelley, a well known end they seemed to agree with me perfectly and who are potent factors in the have been on the siding for over a driving wood screws and machine (

million acres of land, met in Muscogee local business man, and the office of as I have suffered no bad aftereffects official and social life of our republic; month, and in these surplus equipmentwas screws and nuts. The compressed I

Thursday of last week and formed the the company will be in Jacksonville. whatever. The horrible headaches THEREFORE, I, park Tram- yesterdaypacked and camp stoves I engine can be fitted with any attachment II -

West Florida Stock rowers.' Associa- while fenced ranges, breeding farms, and nervousness are gone and 1 I mell, Governor of the State of Florida, erected, fire wood, water and supplies I best suited for the work at hand. 1

The object of the organization is and will be maintained do hereby publish and proclaim Fri- stored. En route the regiment will be of 75
tion. fattening yards am feeling so much better in every It is reported that a saving r
to foster, encourage and develop the in a number of places. Charles L. way" day, October 13th, 1916, as Farmers' well fed and the 48-hour journey is per cent in labor cost over the usual ])

live stock industry of that section. Gaines; is named as vice-president; J. Mrs. Martin, who was the next to Day. and respectfully call upon and I I expected to prove a pleasant jaunt I manual operation has been effected iI

A. Tripp, secretary and J. H. Bur- testify, said: urge the people of Florida to arrange for the soldiers.A. I by the installation. 1
for the celebration of said day in a C. L. Handles Trains
OCALA-A carload of 23 pure-bred roughs treasurer. "I have suffered a great deal from The Atlantic Coast Line railroad I
and
appropriate to commen- --
Aberdeen-Angus cattle has been received hard, driving pains in my head and manner
will handle the in
surate with the importance of such movement conjunction l
by L. K. Edwards of this city, LIVE OAK-This year's cotton had had stomach trouble. I hardlyever
Florida.
crop day. And suggestion is made that with other lines outside EDGAR EYESOpticiarv
from Virginia. This increases his is proving a rich one for the farmersof have a pain now, the catarrh no picnics and general meetings be had The route lies out of Jacksonville to i
75 head of AberdeenAngusMany Suwannee the longer troubles me and my appetite is Tesu dJACKSONVILLE'fLA
stock to county; acreage in the several communities of the state Montgomery, New Orleans, Houstonand
"
pure-bred stock are being intro- I planted was about normal, but devel- much better. for the purpose of promoting the San Antonio. About 48 hours will | 1

duced into Marion county. Recentlya oped early. During the early part of: Mrs. Fink says: and general observance of the be consumed in making the trip, andno Broken Lenses DuplicatedSame ,
carload of Hampshire hogs was distributed -' the summer, the prospect was for a "I was sick all last summer and I I proper discomfortis anticipated, as the Day as RtcitvcdW 1

among the pig club boys of large crop, but was damaged by the new feel better and stronger than in day.In testimonywhereof, I have here- trains will consist of tourist sleepingcars Spend a on foil Odcrs pay fotttl*
the county. I exceedingly dry weather. However, months. I no longer suffer from the with Pull [9 140 W. W.1ORSYrN
unto set my hand and caused the seal for the enlisted men, !
I the damage was not as great as was headaches I had so much. of the state of Florida to be affixed at mans for the officers. All troops mov- -- -

JACKSONVILLE.-J. C. Oliver,, at first feared making a normal yield Mrs. Wallis seemed to be especially consti- Tallahassee, the capital, this the 30th ing to the border have been handledin t'f

proprietor of the automobile garage i The price started in around 8 cents delicate and had a veryweak day of September, A. D. 1916. such cars and none have made com-

at 23 East Beaver street, was electrocuted -I and advanced to 12: ; however, the bulk tution and weak stomach. Mrs. Wal- PARK TRAMMELL: plaint of the accommodations. I : Ask Your Grocer R 1t

in his place of business at about of the cotton crop moved at 10 to 11 'us said: Governor.By Hospital Stays Awhile :
cents in the seed, which is the highest "In only one week after taking your ,-"
'
7 o'clock Saturday night while repair I im the Governor, attest: The movement of the First Florida For
)1t'dirine.l feel
electric light. Mr. Oliver -'," price that has been paid within the ) began to greatly Field unit from t
, ing a damaged H. CLAY CRAWFORD, Hospital, a separate ti
much stronger,,
was dead when a physician and memory of the citizens of the county proved. I fE'el"Cry Secretary of State. the Second Regiment, probably will be ,.
and to rest /
meals seem
policemen with the city pulmotor arrived enjoy my more I delayed somewhat. It is stated that CHEEKNEAtSCOFFEES. I,'
letter at night. I expect to continue lb'
upon the scene.JACKSONVILLE. TAMPA.-More than :!,:iOO peoplesaw CONVENTION AT PALATKA.: certain changes in the equipment of
Tanlac. I
l
; the huge hull of the steamship taking the hospital make it necessary for the
In referring to the above statementsMr. ;
launched from the Tam- command remain in until new tlf
from Poughkeepsie to camp
.
Exports '
: G; .F. Willis, who is now personally ; Arrangements are being completedfor : f
Florida during the month of Augustwere pa Foundry and Machine Company'sways directing the introduction of Tan- the national convention of the Far- (equipment arrive, but this contingentalso tlJ

valued at $2,770,187, a little morethan on the estuaryand joined ;h,' : throughout: the South, said: I mers' Educational and Cooperative will see border duty, it is declared. -
rthe month harbor craft in shrill welcome to the .
than fo
a
less
$300,000
"I consider the statements of these Union of America, which is to be held
previous, and a gain of more than new sea queen, the) largest ship eve Best Test -J
the remarkable that I'alatka
old ladies! most November 21, 22: 2:5: and 24 at By Every
$700,000 over the corresponding built south of the Virginia yards. I
have ever come under my observation. Florida. The fact that the convention -
month of 1915. Imports were valuedat With flags flying: and every man I Read the Telegraph.
do not hesitate to say that 1 believethese i j.: to l lt' held in Florida has stimulated r 'ftI
$824,997, gain over the previous woman and child straining every eye
a endorsements to be the strongest interest in organization) and cooperation -
month of 1915. Key West led in ex- to catch the first sign of motion;, the -- i
received of the
.
that have ever been by a proprietary among the growers 4o ,
ports and Tampa in imports. last block was knocked out as the I
: medicine of any character. Peninsular state.
clock ticked off lon: o'clock. With
, Quoting from one of Mr. ('I'oper'sll'ltures For some time a movement has tio''n
the first perceptible sign i of motion I
; TAMPA.-Demanding an increaseof Mr. Willis said: I well under way to make Florida a real t
, little Marguerite Kreher, the
$1 to $7 on various sizes, 1,000 cigar pretty "When people grow to a ripe old i factor in the Union one of its strongholds -
four old daughter of President
; makers in fipe factories went out on year tire their digestive organs l'k'ital- I in the sate being in Putnam t
Kreher of the building ,
i strike last week, though a committee concern swung ity, and i i.vtrin to act more slowly and county, of which Palatka is the county -
the
the bottle of against
champagne
j' from both sides was trying to make a !less effectually than in youth. The sent. When the national organization -

i i settlement. Making mold cigars has prow and pronounced" the name circulation becomes poor the bloodrets I learned of the activity Putnam

: recently been introduced here and prices "Poughkeepsie. thin, the appetite fails and the county Palatka was decided upon as p

; have not been standardized with digestion is weak. I the logical I place to hold the coming ,a ooe

the all-hand made sizes. There are I)A VIE.-Celery growers of Davie "Tanlac. the powerful reconstructive convention.The .

f. nearly 15,000 men in all the local factories Farms are beginning to plant their toni" i i" .he ideal strengthener ard i Palatka Board of Trade, one cf iil ee n 0

but a small portion of which are seed and will continue planting seed bodbuildl'l' for old folks, because it I the most progressive bodies in Florida -

j affected. ht'ds1')' two weeks thereafter so created a good healthy appetite, and I extended an invitation to the Un- I 5 == (

, that the celery will not ripen all at one strengthens the digestion, enriches the ion, promising its aid in every way to

f LIVE OAK.-According to Charles time. Theacreage will be doubled ov- blood and in this natural manner it I make the convention the most success-

1 1 Baisden and Dr. Hayne, who have just er last year's planting. Davie growers builds up, strengthens and invigorates I ful ever held by that organization. At

returned fom a trip into Clay county, shipped twenty cars last winter feeble run down, nervous people, andis least one other Florida city made an I
! and expect to ship at last fifty this. an unfailing source of comfort to effort to get the big meeting, but Pa ( Oil Cookers .

extensive The muck soil of the Everglades has the aged and infirm." latka won the prize. ,

, Feeding than been found to possess the necessary Tanlac is sold exsluslvely in Starke National President C. S. Barrett, of
Company, already more
I M MMMBM "" IMi M i MVMi iMHBiMMhMM WM
.000 acres of the 55,0000 acre tract amount of moisture and mellowness hy C. P. Cason; in Lake Butler by., Union City, Ga., and State PresidentJ. f

adapted to celery which will be the I'omlinKon-Maines Co. in : L. Shepard of Greensboro, Florida, gvJ fl
! ve been; cleared and placed under Drug ; Hampton -
; cultivation. This has been done since I! principal crop. Certain varieties of by the Hampton Pharmacy; in will be in Palatka, September 30, to Try not make the work of
garden have been with Trade and the
peas grown meet with the Board of
the first of the when the work of
! year, .awtey by the Cash Drug Store; in
treat success, $-1Si having been made committee of the Putnam County m-

?; ed.improving Beans,the peas vast, corn acreage and other was start-crops from one and an eighth acre by a aiford by the Weaver Drug Co.; ion, for the purpose of officially passing the home lighter by providing an
and in R. T. P
: Worthington by Taylor.
: have been planted and more than 1,000 grower at Davie last season. Peppers on the program. On this day there

breed sows, 1,000 head of fine cdttl(': and eggplants will also figure prominently l'. A. Smith, Sampson! Fla-Adv. trill also be held a mass meeting of all easy way of preparing a meal?

1 and other stock have been placed on as well as potatoes in the Ev- members of the Union in this sectionof

. the farm. glades this winter. the state, the call having been issued -

JACKSONVILLE. New York by F. F. Tenny, president of the An oil or gasoline cooker '

; KEY WEST.-By the conclusion ofa dispatch dated the :25th; says: Fifteen county organization. A receptionvill 1;

: G.\IXES\1LLE.-Will Turner, the college! men will undergo a thoroughraning also be given to Messrs. Barrett and
I big deal that has been under
negro who murdered F. C. Avery, the waylor aviation in this will this and Ir
: old turfman ( the last two years the Tatum Bros.Real in city, bE'ginning Shepard at which the public] is invitedto accomplish our
: on the Alachua county November 1st, through the 4
is
Mr. Barrett
\ fair Estate & Investment Co., has leonie genroisity ; I lie present. a splen-
grounds in this city last November the of (' of W. Earl Dodge, of the firm 1M and forceful speaker, influential in
owner ';;.OOO acres of key stock desirable {
offers assort-
, be and buried his hodin a stall. will land! containing about 100 island*, big of Phelps. Dodgde and Company who I affairs of the nation and his discussion a
:- hanged Friday. October 'JO. Sheriff has i announced through the Aero club and
of the educational cooperativemovement
nd! little, and comprising about half i I
:, Ramsey received the death warrant he key land l between Cape Florida of America his intention of starting a : of the Union will lie most ment from which to make a
( Tuesday afternoon from the governor, private for air rookies. The
Plattsburg benficial,
''.r.cl\ KeyVest.. Within the next six I interesting and especially-
fixing the
;:' date as above. This is the reeks the Tatum Companywill )begin raining school, which Mr. Dodge will the farmers.
second
selection.
J death warrant issued for Tur- he of thi finance is to be absolutely free to the Concluding; these meetings will beheld .
, ner. The survey property, checking
first fixed his date of
; one sixteen who are chosen to become its which Messrs. Bar-
. execution "!> the rwernment survey and obtaining a banquet at
t on August :25. and was revoked pupils The Aero Club of Americahas rett and Shepard will he the guests of
: additional data about the character
,) Set because just a Turner's few days before the date of the !land. Just what line of- been asked to make the selection wnrr. This affair will be given under You look at them be f oreoubuy

" attorneys had development l the will follow ff the men. the auspices of the Palatka Boardof

,::' taken a writ the of case error.to the The supreme court promptly court on h handling its new company property has not trade and the Farmers' Union of and back of them is cur

S been announced but of the is- utrn.m county. It is proposed to
dismissed many
the writ, but it had the ef- sx-Fos A ft Liver
: Mild. Effective Laxative Tonic
,
I make the baiquet thoroughly -
amis
will doubtless be sold representative
i feet of giving the doomed briefreprieve to wealthy Does Not Disturb the Stomach t
man a northerners for winter fishing Gripe nor of the city and county and in guaranty of quality.
There camps,
r is no legal barrier In addition to other properties,Lax-Fos
this the of cooperation
bringabout spirit
f in the way this time, however, and several such camps ha'ingbeen already contains Cascara in acceptable form, a way ,
between the city and county -
Burner must the established among the many s mulatin Laxati"e and Tonic. Lax-Fos
pay penalty for his ?
l crime committed eleven months ago, keys Fishermen declare that the waters acts effectively and does not gripe nor for which the union stands. D. C. Jones

on October 20, at : near the Florida Keys provide disturb stomach. At the same time,it aids The Program for the convention will !
r one minute after 12oclock.
. the finest winter fishing grounds in digestion,arouses the liver and secretions! made public as soon after the 30;hIS *.

! the world. and restores the healthy functions. 50c. possible. Starke Fla.

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need emphasis, but isn't it pitiful to sened if farmers had heeded the SHERIFF'S SALE. ..
J. Bradford County Telegraph Notice is hereby give nthat I. S. B. Denmark -
; Florida farmers havein NEGRO LABORERS CARRIED
lit see a promising business go to sticks warning. sheriff of Bradford county, state of
i because of a lack of understanding on their power the means of NORTH ARE DISSATISFIEDFound Florida. under and by ,virtue of that certain
the part of the proprietors of the checking the weevil.In writ of execution iasued out of and under Wafch
li Published Weekly and entered as see the seal of the Circuit court of Bradford coun-
the College -
"invitations" the appeal to editors,
IH.. need of to get patron- ty. Florvli. against C. G. Holland. and in fator -
:. ond class matter at the post-office at of Agriculture : and dated the 13th day
'I says Jobs There Not as of W C. Taylor ...
age.The in sectionis of November. 1915. will offer for pale andiel
4 Starke Florida. prospective buyer might passa The cotton industry your
best bidder for Cashat
and
Had Been !i to the highest
real estate office or a mercantile threatened. Unless something Tempting as the court hou" door in the Town of S'arke

I E. S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner house every day for a year and not done to stop the ravages and spread of Pictured. Bradford county. Florida., on being Monday lepal NoxemH sale>-.
: the boll weevil farmers will have to r 6th. 191S. the ame a
'I I H. E. LAGERGREN Associate Editor know that it has something that it day of said court. dunn the legal hours or!
would pay him to buy. Most of the discontinue the culture of cotton. ,ale. the following described real estate ntuated. -

4, shelf-worn goods in the country are Nothing that has been said or done up BAINBRIDGE, Ga., Oct. 4.Decatur being and lyinfc in Bradford county.

t I ; : If ever a paragraph contained the shelf-worn and depreciated in value to date has moved them to effective ,I county furnished her quota of the ter Florida of to-III northeast itorth quarter half of of Section Southeast Sixteen qu: r-

'- truth the whole truth and nothing but because its owner has not "invited" action, yet their indfference makes the laborers taken from Georgia to the Town-hip Seven. Sout Range twenty-one E..

: the truth it is this one from the Lake- people to come and buy them. destruction of the crop inevitable. North early in the summer, but ad- containing twenty acres.S.more B DENMARK.or less

land Telegram: "The same merchant Yet small\ town merchants complainof Community action in destroying cotton vices received from negroes taken out 111.1-5t. Sheriff. Bradford County. Fla.

.: -.. who sold us twenty pounds of sugar the mail order houses. And little stalks early in the fall has been effective of this county to Connecticut and to '

business the world complainof in checking the pest. .Massachusetts indicate that they are i'
.i for a dollar some time back and gives men over PrBLIC NOTICE.
,; us nine of ten pounds for the same the way people give their patronageto The newspapers as the leading and far from saisfied an'd most of themare Notice is heriby given that at their regular ;
if business. In the meantime the guiding educational institutions of anxious to return to Georgia. mi-etmir on October 2nd. ItlS. the CountyCommissioners
steer big .
i : : money will kick like a bay i in and for Bradford county appointed _
i, L he finds we have charged him 25 cents mail order houses and other big busi- their respective communities can effect Most of the negroes Carried from ; the follow me inspectors and clerks! to _-- _
this taken from the tobacco !Id I the ireneral election in the several lotinir -
more on an order for a thousand let- ness houses spend enormous sums tell- this community action and by county were
;; 'j' r the farmers the danger save belt in the lower part of the countyon precinct of said county on Tu..dayO
; terheads on envelopes.-Fernandina ing the people what they have in showing can .mher 7th. l'l) 5:
News-Record. way of extrafine'alues.. the cotton industry to their counties.It account of their knowledge of tobacco District N'o I. Lawtiy O I.. Thomi. elcr OUR Iir:: of watchesfor
i culture. All kinds of flattering J. E. VVainwnirht.. Charlie Sapp. J. L. StaU-! .f
that the .
I ( S The "Buy at Home" slogan is, of has been predicted weevils !
by. inspectors
i For the information of those who course, the only one, if the people will infest every cotton section of I inducements were held out to get District i N... 2. Lake Butler J. D. O.bbc' men, women

request that certain articles be printed would have their own home intereststo the state this year, and from present I them, but upon reaching the north !.'rk : Jesse Canon. C. H Rrjri-ter R. E >'l. and children includes

on the first page of the Times we wish prosper, but there is really some indications the prediction will come I they found that conditions were far inspectorsDistrict. \o. :1. Palestine Wesley VV Williams ,

I to announce that we consider one page excuse for intelligent people patronizing true. from ideal and the negro is not lionized clerk : J. C. Cltmons. M V. CoursonM styles to suit ever>ene.

I of this paper as good as the other andI the mail order houses, if they are as they hoped would be the case. District-'i. Weeks:-a. 4.inspectors.Prfovidncpn. M William' We can give you Vour

I will not promise to place any news not "invited" to buy of firms near S They found, too, that they had been -'rk : 'am Osteen T. G. M Gay. WF

\ item in any certain position. We pre- JlOme.IiamiIetropolis.: : LET US DO BETTER. taken to help break a strike and unpleasant Smith inspectors.Dh.trict choice of either opentfaceor
in features encountered in No 5. BoolrF.. L. Col;on. clerk
fer to use our own judgment regardto were
Albert Surrenc>. J. J. Morgan. E. M. Hazen hunting style case
; the makeup of this paper, and are NEED OF CHRISTIAN CII.ARITY. In an address to teachers and school this connection. insntctors.District. .
I imbued with sufficient conceit to believe patrons in the Telegraph last week, No 6. Starke-J. L. -Peek- clerk fitted with any of- the
>. : P Shaffer. T. N Kendrick J. W. Andrews
i that our own judgment is better Superintendent F. G. Schell said a few DEATH OF MRS. BlUXXI. G. Jr. inspectors. standard
Every once in a while we see the sad movements of
: : than that of the average layman. No words that were very significant.: District No 7. H.mptonJohn Scotten
J spectacle of a woman in court tryingto clerk J. Allen. Perry Johns. C. E. Harper.inspectprs .
I, I .; offense meant.-Quincy. Times. compel her seducer to contribute to Schell is an educator uf many years'standing Mrs. D. L. Brannmg died at the ; few jewels or many.

v / and knows whereof he speaks i hum of her daughter Mrs, \alter Dt'lfict No S, Raifnrd W' C. VVh'tten And
the support of his child, after he has ? we can furnish
Wauchula is
Geo. numbered -
Goolsby, The address included the following I clerk : J. W. Nichols J. P. Bryan. O B fiorilon -
:
t those true Americans contemptuously refused to fulfill his Wills, of Tampa, Sunday, September inspectors
among often repeated and sworn promises to "A nation-wide study and investigation 30th. District No t. A'orthmirton N. J. Parri.h. solid silver, gold, plated
$ who have the fullest confidence in our has shown that the clerk ; B M Leverett. J. Frank )feL.'O<1. James
American resourcefulness let come make the woman his wife. No promises The deceased was born at Middle- mwn. in \t'ttnN. or novelty cases.

what In the Advocate he no oaths were spared before the children are not taught now to burg, Clay county, in 1844, being a District N. 10 New RiverM.. J. Sapp.
may. says obey and respect parents and that clerk : W. M Parker. J. E. .Vlkins. R.hert
forgotten of Mr. and Mrs. Ozias Bud- Don't
but after-then all daughter
;: "A new horror was added to the European conquest, was obedience in ; Andrews. insp?<'tors.Di.trt't buy a watch
... last week, and as usual it and instead of love and sympa- honesty, industry are ington. Later she went to Connecticut No 11. Graham -W. T. \Vaden.clerk .
;" I war American invention. Had thy fo rthe wronged one there was not taught in the homes and the and was educated at one of the : F. T. Abernathy, L C. Smith. J. R.Revill. until you get our prices.We .
was an .
nothing but coldness and contempt, schools now as they should be. principal colleges o! that state.. In inspectors.District ,
America been one of the warring nations No 12. Theressa Sam Rot buck
t I the it would have should be natural is absent. While The neglect of teaching our chil- I1! : she was marr.ed to ReTJ L.Pra clerkV.: .\. Jones, C. .\. YounJ<(blood. EdOwsley. hive
past two years also compltit*wttcfi
1 thrills that it would the girl cries her eyes out in despair, dren good morals and these fun- .unng and made ler home with! himaL inspectors.
r T invented enough damental principles of characteris J. B CREWS. outfits, bnttlcis, vitffhes,
have enemies left to try the thrills the vile libertine who robbed her, Taupa and Jacksonville but fur Chairman Board County CommissionersAttest
no 'ha1nicAamis
shown in the great increase of the Waldo where Mr. : Bradford county.W etc.
I, on by this time.-Plant City Courier. through his l'ingof all that is dear- greater part in T. WEEKS. .
convicts the land.
est to a woman, boasts of his conquestand over u" I Btumung died about seven :years ago. Clerk. 10-6-St
I THE PUBLIC PAYS THE COST. goes away in search for other The prime requisite for .civilizing Mrs. Branning continued to live at U.D.MINER
the child, is obedience. There can be
I trusting victims. While a murderer Waldo until over a year ago since I
no teaching the child what it should Mr.: Archibald Thomas, who graduated -
takes life quickly and often has to suf- which time she had made her home .
Says"More the trainman and to less the time.owner" : fer the consequences, the seducer destroys know or what to avoid before it has with Mrs. J. W. Morgan, her daughter / from the Starke high school two STARKE, FLA

II money the all that life is worth living for, learned to obey. Some children are I in Starke, most of the time. ""1.1. years ago, has gone to Gainesville to ., -
the shipper
::
to
Says owner
I obedient in school for fear of the take course in agriculture at the
"Your rate's to climb." not in one who had done him injury, last days of her life were sprt in a
freight got
.; : Says the shipper to the dealer: but in one who loved him and a future teacher, but are the reverse at home. Tampa with her daughters, Mrs. WilU University of Florida. Jt-st, So.

"Small bills are double-crossed." which before it was withered by his Some are so stubborn that tired mothers and Mrs. Ennis. "How does jour wife propose to

I Says the dealer to the public: blasting breath appeared bright and and weak fathers cannot influence be I :Mrs. Branning was a refined and educated STARKE EVIDENCE FOR STARKE sperd! her summer vacation thli
but almost child
them. can
'" hopeful is irretrievably condemned to any and beside her of "
( "Now, darn you, PAY TIlE COST. of lady graces year? "With my hard-earned money
-Johnson City (Tenn.) Comet. sorrow and misery. For, be it known, made obedient by persistent efforts i mind, her heart was tender and sympathetic PEOPLEThe -that's how!"

j the seducer is not the only murderer, the parents. Honesty, which includes I and she was ever ready to

},' g\ FOR TilE VETERANS. for in the case of a woman who has truthfulness and reliability, is the } relieve the needy, console the sorrowing ( -
Statements of Starke ResidentsAre
chain that binds society together in a
nobody to and the down-hearted
seems
remem-
gone wrong | encourage
4t collective sense, and no individual can surely More Reliable Than Full Supply cf
t 4v' her Christ's words-"Her sins, whichare i She was a life-long Methodist and
elaborate
t t Tampans are making prcp- Those of Utter Strangers
I : of Confederate many, are forgiven, for she loved expect to prosper and gain respect practiced the teachings of her church.
nrations for the entertainment -
f veterans of Florida who will much, but to whom little is forgiven, ithout this attribute. As we are -iot i During the last years of her life she COFFINS AND CASKETS

/1 the loveth little. Place born honest as a rule, we must learn I cheerful Home testimony is real -
/J held their annual reunion in this city same ( emphasison was an invalid, but was ever proof.

; I ;' October 17 to 19, inclusive and a large the latter porticn.) At another time honesty-and there again comes in the : and submissive to the Lord's will. By Public statements of Starke people All Sizes and Qualities

; i :, attendance of veterans, sons and he said: "Whoever is without sin, let necessity for obedience. Industry is i I these traits she endeared herself to all, carry real weight.

of and visitors him throw the first stone." For the natural with some children, but the i and her many friends join the bereaved What a friend or neighbor says compels Always on Hand
. daughters veterans
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generally is expected. The railroadrate lack of Christian charity the poor greater number would rather idle I relatives in mourning her depar- respect. 11

woman is ostracised and looked down away their time. "All work and no The word of whose home
offered for the round trip from one is faraway PRICES REASONABLE
play makes Jack a dull boy" is a true I ture.Of
all sections of the state is one fare upon by the self-righteous Pharisees near relatives the deceased leaves invites your doubts.
t- around her, because she loved not saying, and children should have ample -I children Mrs. Lalla Chace Here's
25; cents with liberal time limit. seven : and a Starke man's statement.
plus a J. C. CONE :
while in the
time but
This will be one of the last reunions wisely but too well; a stigma is puton to play; j ''t'daIorgan., of Starke; Mrs. Susan And it's for Starke people's benefit.

held by the veterans many of whom the child born out of wedlock more school room there should be nothingbut I Wills and Mrs. Florence Ennis, of Such evidence is convincing.That' Lawtey :-: FlorxS

I !: have grown too old to attend, by reason especially if it is a female child, and earnest work-and this cannot I Tampa; Mrs. Irene Peeler, of Jacksonville the kind of proof that backs

of which Tampa invites all lovers even the woman's near relatives share take place without obedience to the orders and Mr. Ozias Brannirg, of loan's Kidney Pills. --- .--- --.- -

; of the "lost cause" to join in paying to some extent the treatment awardedher. What of the the teachers.teacher during the comparatively i I Atlanta Ga.; also one sister, Mrs. I Hansford -Austin, farmer, Starke. I I I I II "!+!+ ... ... !. +!..;...!+:-t'

:4' them tribute. Union veterans also will I 'I Emma Richard of Starke, and two ays: "I was having trouble from my :
"Love is blind," is a true sayingand short time he has chargeof ''i "others Mr. Waterman I : -
participate in the reunion, a feature of Budington, back all the time and Doan's Kidney
I bar also deaf, at times. Though woman the child can do toward inculcating of Middleburg, and Mr. Ozias Budington Pills cured Others of I
which will be a "Blue and Gray" and is, : me. the family J. R. Davis I
obedience honesty industry, I
:: becue. is, by general agreement, termed of Green Cove Springs. The many have also used this medicine with good
little and must not 9I
really parents
: SI "the weaker vessel, yet we require I friends of the relatives sympathizewith results. I "
glad to
am endorse it.
TO JOIN OR NOT TO JOIN. supernatural strength from her, andit think they can shift the responsibilityof I
them in their bereavement. Price 50c.. at all dealers. Don't I & Company j jvo
their children .
i bringing right
is indeed wonderful what strength up
The interment took place at Waldo
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
i 11 ), The Authors League is in a travail she puts forth to preserve her purity; from themselves to the teacher, and the Monday, Rev. B. T. Rape of the Meth- Doan's Kidney Pills-the same-that I It
blame him for shortcomings in
but if she
false
makes and falls
about whether its shall a step odL-t church officiating. An immense
membership cured Mr. Austin. Foster-Milburn Co.
children which it is their duty to ,
own
INSURANcE
at
should show
rare intervals we her
the American Federation of Labor concourse of friends had come to I
!.-, join the correct. The teacher's main duty is pay Props., Buffalo, X. Y. (22)
or not. So far the greater portion is same compassion we extend to men their last respects to the departed one _
to teach the school curriculum. Yet
I
who fall. Those who
have been fortunate and the floral offerings run and
Those who wish unionize were
r unwilling. to TELEGRAPH'S HONOR ROLL
I he can do much toward teaching morals -
advocate their lot with the enough to resist the tempter, superb.
.. k i structural iron casting workers. It is hard to or who have not been exposed to temp- through his own deportment to- t i Starke, :-: Florida ;

t see what the affinity be between tation should, instead of being inflated ward the children. lie can teach or- Names of Those Who Paid Subscription -

: can a over their probity, display Christian der, also justice by not having any Read the Telegraph. During September.A. .
j j )pencil pusher and a structural ironworker antag-onis'11I
toward their pets or .scapegoats. The
charity less fortunate
\ r unless it that both
is
they are -
. : sisters and not add to their burden. of the poor toward the rich which is ...+. 4.4 + 4444.t44444449i:
in the would
air. One member .
"up W. & G. W. AndersonW.
so evident, was often begun in the .
I One of the fruits of general woman I 6
i not join for fear that in the event of D. Carlton
I suffrage will be stricter laws against school room where children of purse- COMER L PEEK 6
strike of other workers the authors
a Harvey White
pround and position-proud parentswere 4 .
seducers
of women and against wife
would be called on to support the deserters. Let us hope the day will allowed to lord it over their less I.I'irida Real Estate. Land and II. B. Wiggins
strikers which he thinks their
pocketbooks fortunate comrades. 1 II. D. MayA.
could not stand. Another member come soon.COTTON Timber Expert 6 J. Griffis
Child nature is no harder to cope
would join on account of the eduction 6 J. M. GrooverJ.
it would give the authors. Better FARMERS FACING SERIOUS with now than in former years, but :W: years Experience at Starke. F. Kickliter % JJescp :
careless. Rude
parents are more man- .
let it alone, then as "a little LOSS. 6I' L. E. RobertsJ.
..
ners are often noted in children in t .. \
t knowledge is a dangerous thing." the school room, on the playground on R. Townsend : 'rt-g; \

For the good of the public we hope That the cotton industry of Floridais the streets, in the postoffice, in the P. A. Johanson

the authors will unionize as they seriously threatened and that the store. Respectfulness and consider- R. A. Griffis

would then be sure to go on a strike boll weevil will within a short time ateness seem to be lost graces, only :Mrs. E. F. JohnsR.

occasionally either on their own account permanently wipe out all cotton farms' W. Surrency
because they have not been taught in
or in smypathy with the hack is the information For Ladies & Gents T. J. MooreE.
startling sent out the homes, and the lack of them reflects -
drivers and gas fitters. Many of the by the University of Florida Collegeof the These unde- W. Lane

authors are becoming rusty and shouldbe Agriculture. Editors of Floridaare sirable upon traits are parents.noticed in girls as I Let me "B" your tailor and Roger Wells Neckties( I

Oslerized. Some of them could called upon to inform their readersof well as in boys-more so in the girls have the satisfaction of know- David Durban

write good dope, but as only the kind the situation and to call upon agri- because we expect better manners ; ing you have the neatest Jno. B. Crews I, I

of trashy novels termed "good sellers"are cultural interests to take immediate from them. The old-time Floridian, made to order suit in town. :Mrs. S. M. Wells
in demand, their better work is left S Your taste and individuality
steps to check the inroads of this pest. as a rule, is a man of his word and | Your pressing and alteration Lee Surrency
I undone. Such a strike would be hard An appeal also is addressed to the though he sometimes be unable to business solicited. J. F. Colley are usually

I on those who can only read prE.'diA'est'd -.I cotton farmers of the state: read or write, he is well-bred may and con- Rev. H. G. DenisonA. ::: expressed by the neck I
literature" the
"light during Here are some figures furnishedby The United Tailoring Co W. ComptonD.
siderate his intercourse with
others
ummer but it would be a blessing for I C C. Hare field agent for the to such in extent that it is I I). WoodardX. : ; tie you wear; hence its i
an always remarked -
be the rest of the public who might thus United States Bureau of Crop Estimates and praised by strangers. Let Phone 83 D. Davis i::: selection should be '

I compelled to read something really : Jackson county produced the Across Street From P 0. Levy Fralick
worth while. But there is little hope of not Southern chivalry, of which we : : carefui1ymade. ::
:25.000 bales of cotton in 1914. have boasted John W. KeenA. -
so long Income extinctin !I'
the scribblers for of :
unionizing. one Last year, the first year of weevil our children. But that there H. WilliamsMrs. X
them says, "we are not to be classed infestation that county produced who are Dora Tison : : We have devoted con- :) "
fully the
many parents recognize '
j with house painters, but with landscape only 15,000 bales reduction of :Mrs. J. R. RichardE. siderable
-a responsibility toward their children, :: thought .;
1 painters. Such highfalutin 10,000 bales in one year. The estimate and know how M. Thomas !
to them is
guide right this
I sentiments will not be endorsed by the for RUB : : part'of a man's atjj .f
this OUT Rev.
year is 3,000 bales daily seen in and PAIN F. C. EdwardsJ.
J gentle lady-like little -
I manual workers and the authors will with an increase in acreage over girls and respectful and clean littleboys. A. EllingtonE. ::: tire and have stocked a % 1

continue to enjoy. unfettered liberty. last year of 10 per cent! "It is the mind that makes the with good oil liniment. That's X. Anderson : : vast line of varied styles jj '1

The production of the surest to them. \Irs. .
way S. L.
BUSINESS GOES WHERE INVITED Jefferson body rich. said the great poet, and stop Stroupe .:. and colors that will
The
g
county in 1914 was 7,000 bales. parents should not neglect to confer best rubbing liniment isj j G. W. Spires I
This was cut last Dan please I the fastidV ii
year to 4,100 this wealth upon their children. SasserJ. : : most 8

, .A big advertiser said a WHO thing bales in spite of the 10 per cent J. RigdonJ. :: ious. -. I

the other day, reports the Kearney, increase in acreage. With the Bad (Colds from Little Sneezes Grow. MUSTANG M. Minton I... 1':4
(Neb.) :Morning Times in tht'sp'orll same increase in acreage this yearan B. B. LaneH.

_ ., "Business is sensitive; it never goes additional cut of a thousand Many colds that hang on all winter S. Hilliard I:::: We keep pace with the I'

4 -. where it is not invited, nor stays where bales is estimated. Leon county start with a sneeze, a sniffle, a sore M. L. Crews : : new patterns and -designs 8.

.4\ it is not well treated. produced 56,000 bales in 1914, 3tV throat, a tight chest. You know the LINIMENT Miss Esther LanierW. and of i' I
i "Many: a business the Times 000 last and the : assure you
man year estimate for symptoms, and you know prompt L. BreedenR.

:. 1 continues, "fails to observe the first this year is 22,000 bales. There treatment will break it up. Dr. Kings H. TaylorM. 1: their correctness -the I

- 1 nnrt of the proposition and thus puts was also an increase in acreage of New Discovery, with its soothing anti- [f Good for the Ailments of : W. LeeC. : price, of; course, being I\ .

-1 j as himself though in he as were unreasonable to make a elaborate position year.10 per cent this year and last septic balsams, has been breaking up Hones, Mule, Cattle, Etc O.. B A. HazenW. Boyd : consistent with the j '

.' I preparations to entertain guests without These figures could be furnished colds and healing coughs of young and mGJ for your own Aches, A. DuboseW. ;: value given. : .1'
I old
for 47
II sending them invitations. The immediately from the boll weevil years. Dr. King's New Pain, Rheumatism, Sprain F. Godwin

i, fj( 'good treatment' is necessary, but the count .. The story is the same. Discovery loosens the phlegm, clears Cut, Burn Etc. Louis Leggett N. STERNBERG .

I. j 'invitation' comes first. The Printed It is probable that the spread of the head, soothes the irritated membrane W. H. demons!

I Word does it." the insect and the accompanyingloss and makes breathing easier. At _25c. SOc. SI.! At all Dealer. C. A. Johnson

These facts are too well known to could have been greatly les- your druggist, 50 cents. ((2) -I E. T. Parrisji: STARKE, FLA. -


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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. .
PAGE FIVEI r
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Shoes with a guarantee at Shriver's. BOX SIPPERT GRAHAM ,r- ,
r.

I i 1i! C. S. Durling has made shipmentsof I General Insurance ] r---COFFINS CASKETSAnd '

I\ snap beans during the week. There will be an entertainment and I I full line
of
tl\ a
Bits of Local box supper at the Christian church at I represent none but FIRST

. ;; $ Next week is cleaning up week all Graham, Thursday evening, 12th inst., i CLASS companies and will be Undertakers' Supplies
IIill for the benefit of the church.
Mesdames
over the state. Health and constantly on the alert to
decency pro- Always on hand. The best ser-

Information 4 demand that your premises are clean. Abernathy G. W., E.Stone T. Stewart, C. B.,Roberts committee., C. mote your interests. Guarantee vice at the lowest prices. Special!

courteous treatment to all pa attention to telegraph orders.

l a ILI Gne..wla/, ".. ,.. 3arMsrr ... Dr. W. H. Clemons, of Okeechobee, LELAND SOFT PHOSPHATE. trons. A well written policy bya --
'i'-1 I r "NJPNI fa W c.wwtr Mrf r..... was in Starke Saturday on his way to first-class agent in a first- Registered Embalmer
Brooker to visit relatives and friends.J. class F
,I' D. W. Alvarez, of Starke, has accepted company sometimes means
'1: the much in case of loss by fire. DeWITT C. JONES ,
: local
, T. for the Semi-
who suffered
agency
Quigley
I: a pain-
Suc'sr to G. C. Livingston & CiJ
Shriver's. ful injury to his foot last week is able nole Phosphate Co., of Croom, and
; ; Car of bricks at Fine line of boys' suits at Stump's. H. C. RICHARD Starke
to be out again.D will book your orders for Leland Soft Starke, Fla.! LJ

u the remnant counter at Stump's. Phosphate, the great natural plant ____" "
See Hall
. Juniper of Sampson City, was .
-;.,I in town Thursday W. Hazen, of Brooker, has lately food, and give you any informationabout Mrs. W. F. Malphurs is confined to t .

I I! )lr. Paul E. Canova left last Monday bought a Buick car from the Marks it that you desire. See him. 'her bed by injuries received Wednes- '1'a

for a business trip in South Georgia Louis H. Hill. of Lawtey, was in Buick Co., of this city. I i day, when she fell from the doorstepsat His Guest
Starke Thursday.Chas. CAPTAIN WARD .MARRIED. her residence. In the fall she sustained Bill-"What do you suppose those :,
Blue granite slabs for curbing are 1 very painful brumes and will European soldiers do when they find 1: ;

,!: Miss Carrie Belle Weeks, of Lacrosse Smith, of Sampson, was in being distributed along the streets Friends here have received cards 'probably be confined to her room for the trenches filled with water?" Ji'l- : "

t has entered the high school Starke Monday.S. that are to be paved. from Mrs. Emma A. Johnson announcing -I several days. i "Why, they fish I reckon." i '.
.
I here. i the marriage of her daughter, Em- t# ,.

J J. Register of Raiford To Cure a Cold In One Day ma A. Taylor, to Captain Bloxham
in
..1 The court house premises look bet- town Monday.Mrs. was Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stops theCouch Ward, United States Army, on Friday, I x>OOOOOooo< >oo<>Oc>>OO<>OC< ><>C :<

ter after the annual hair cut and clean and refund Headache money and if works it fails off the to Cold.Druggists cur .. August 25th, 1916, at the Belmont Hotel -
,
shave. A. Z. Adkins made a trip to E. W. GROVE'S; signature on each box. 25c. New York., I t

Lawtey Thursday. The very best wishes of many s;
Let us figure your plumbing. Quig- T. N. Kendrick, as deputy for M. :M. friends, here will go with Captain t

Lumber & Supply Co. Ladies and Children's Cloaks at Hale, agricultural enumerator, is tak- Ward and his bride. Bank f Starke ,
Stump's. ing an agricultural census of Starke.

W. M. Parker, a solid citizen of New
River, was a visitor to Starke Mon :\!rs.1.. L. Johns is visiting rela- The Loyal Temperance Legion will Read the Bradford County Tele- Florida
day. tives in Jacksonville. meet this afternoon at three-thirty at graph-the home paper. Starke, :-:
the residence of Mrs. D. R. Edwards. ,

Are you from Dixie? Yes, so is Boys* blue serge suits just arrivedat

Shriver. Stump's.J. Lacy Mott and Chas. George, who Negotiable Investments. '{
had been in Duval county working on

.', Mrs. L M. Wainright and Mrs. F. R. Bevill was a Graham visitorto a road contract, returned to Starke

E. Henry, of Hampton, were shoppingin StarkeIonday.: Tuesday in their comfortable camp There are many investments

Starke Tuesday wagon. which are unfit for short term '
P. B. Hunt, the Hampton tie man,

County Superintendent F. G. Schell was in town Saturday.Hon. The Baptist Ladies Aid Society will investments because they are

J spent Saturday, Sunday and Monday meet at the home of Mrs. 0. J. Griffin .. NOT READILY NEGOTIABLE.
in Starke. Mr. Schell is a busy man. and Mrs. A. S. Crews, spent Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock, 10th A I

1t Thursday in the metropolis. inst. All members requested to be II # () 1
\d
; Shriver bought his stock before the present. ,. This is not the case with the
.. heavy advance and he can save you Jno. B. Crews was one of the Lake ;,. -Ai Sl
": money. Came and see.t' Butler visitors %to Starke Monday.Mr. Mrs Annie E. Young and daughter __ Time Certificates issued by the

Hiss Fay Ivy, of Lizelle, Ga., are Bank of Starke. They are Q -
I ;
Prof. E. R. Poppell, of Lake Butler, 0. J. Griffin and family spent at their old home, Hampton, where :
I our next county superintendent, had Sunday with relatives in Gainesville. they will spend some time with Mrs. S always worth their face value; 1

businss before the school board Mon Pollard. Mrs. Young was a visitorto ( Shirts I if allowed to mature they

4 day. Ladies Coat Suits at Stump's. Starke Monday.The .
'
ladies of Mark's Guild will i yield 4 per cent interest.

Tit Oukrim That Does Dot Affect The HeadBecause lion. A. D. Andrews, of Raiford, celebrate Hallowe'en with a party to We specialize on ;:
of Its tonic and laxative effect LAXATIVE I transacted business in Starke :Mon be given in the Armory. The program

I Quinine BR9MO seal does QUININE not caus-is better ccrvor.snefs than ordinary ncr day. will be stated in next week's Tele- ". shirts for discriminating :; E. S. Matthews Pres. Ted H. Halligan Cashier Ells
I
ncgag in head. Remembet theft! name ar< graph. I I IC
look Jnr the siKCi'urr of 2: \".- la ov:;. zv :.: people. When you jjjj
J. S. Griner, of Brooklyn, had business
before the county boards Mon Friends here of Mr. Will Richard, of I ::: buy a shirt from us you >OC<
The ladies of the musicale will givea ) )OO(>OO<>OO< >OO<
day. Jacksonville, will be glad to know that :
Hallowe'en party in the armory he was offered the position of circulation i .. get wearing quality, |jj;

on Friday will October later.27th. The prog- Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins spent manager of the Charleston ;{ style, comfort and fit :$; -- ----- -- M is

ram appear Sunday in Gainesville visiting vela American, at a handsome salary, ;:: at a price that will suit :$ ...
4 tives.D. which position he has accepted, going + I ,;
j
Wm. Gillyard of the Lake Butler equally well. X ;
;]
to Charleston last Monday. Mr. Richard II you : .
;
section, was in town Monday and call ".
g
F. McDonald, the poet of the is a son of Mrs. Annie M. Richard .. .t >>
ed to enter his name on the Telegreph's Our shirts made b. I
':' are $ i
list. western reserve, paid Starke a visit who formerly ]lived in Starke, and a I'I '. I ,
subscription I ,
II I Monday. nephew of Mr. ,E. Matthews.: He[ :..;: the best makers ink $: !,

E. T. Parrish, of Lake Butler, was I II began his training in newspaper Ivor ,I' :.: America and as a re- :: ,,.I'-1
carrier for the Jacksonville'
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days as a boy :
I I a here visitor called to Starke to order Saturday the ,Telegraph and while Your druggist will refund money If PAZO Metropolis and was at the time of his; ,;| ;E: suit you get perfect :$:: ;
OINTMENT fails to cure case of Itching for Charleston .'
any departure assistant !
I. continued to his address. I Blind.Bleeding Protruding in 6 to 14days.I :; workmanship cor- ;*. "1iI
The first application gives Ease; and Rest. 5uc. circulation manager of that paper. l! t '
".' '. I :1
rect style. .
Shiver will cash your checks. I H ..
, x W. P. Robinson, of Jacksonville! Head off That .\11.Winter Cough. I :<
Special Sale on Men's and Boy's i iI j I spent Sunday with his parents, :Mr. At the first sign of sore throat :.:.: No matter what the :goccasion : ,. "

a < J. W. Edwards will open a meat and Mrs. J. P. Robinson.Mrs. tight chest or stuffed-up head take a .:: whether you $

. market door west of bakery dose of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. /
., one Bryan's P. E. Johns and little ; desire a shirt for dress, % lr ,
i tomorrow (Saturday) morning daughter I The healing pine tar, soothing honey v
w Jacob Bundel, the well known marketman of Hampton, are vi.itingher: parents, and glycerine quickly relieve the congestion ;::;: outingorworkourlarge ,:y.;: I
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Moitt. .+ I
. will cut the meat. I loosen: the phlegm and bren1' : : assortment is sure to to: ,I c v r *,41. ;

Miss Sarah Katz of up your cold. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar supply want. 4 >
. The Starke Growers Association Jacksonville, your 1 >!
will meet this coming Saturday, October spent Sunday in Starke with her Honey has all the benefits of the heal I H )IIjfz I-A'fa<'
: friend, :Miss Eunice Robinson. rig aroma from a pine forest, it i is r 1 Yo..
) 7th, at 2 p. m., at the city hall. N.STERNBERG'STARKE
1 All members are requested to be pres I pleasant to take and antiseptic. The .'J
ent. Awry G. Powell, editor of the LakeButler lieies coughs and colds. At your druggist } ;

Times, was an appreciated visitor 2;; cents. *:2)) FLA.
at the Telegraph office Monday.Mr. _, _
------ 'I
Expert plumbingdone Newest Nedkweaur
atmoderate -- + + + + + # + + + + + + + + + + :
cost. R. L. McDowell and family, of DEATH OF R. M. .\Lv'REZ.Ir. + '

Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. Jacksonville, have been recent visitorsat {CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING +
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. U g- ( j We can show you the same t II
:\ Roman M. Alvarez died at his
4. The millinery opening at Lane's on low. + + + + + .. + + + + + + + + + .
home in Jacksonville: last Thursday, creations in ladies.neckwear : "y
.j Tuesday, was well attended the en September ?Stn, of heart trouble an dBright's FOR SALE.-Good horse. D. C. ; :\
l; J. F. Dyess of the Lake Butler section ::
tire
day. There were many elegant Jones Starke. v7-14-tf. that would find in the i
f pattern hats on display, also stylish was in town Monday and calledto disease, from which he had j you

hats suitable for all occasions. order the Telegraph continued this o suffered for y ::1rS. FOR SALE-Klondyke strawberry big
ii: The deceased was born on New River ; ,' city stores. ;.
address.
; plants. G. C. Cady, R. F. D. No 3,
ftrl this county, 60 years ago, being

,ff vice.Shiver Then has why the store not buy, stock your and needs ser Everything Shriver sells has a mo nson of the late Mr. Joseph Alvarez.In Starke 9-1-tf ; They include everything from the finest
early manhood he married Miss
)q from him ey guarantee back of it. We handleonly FOR RENT-Store room on Call !I s-
: home. We and save keep your money and at first class goods and we give you Susan Reddish, and the union was street lately vacated by J. S. Brown I lace -'r embroidered effects right down to
you money you r
blessed with five children, of which
1,1 see what you are getting.; Think i ii. it service. Apply to J. E. Futch. 8-4-tf. white collars
plain
him
four survive viz., Messrs. Walton, -- ----- ; something stylish at
} over and Shriver.
see Messrs. L. A. Brown. J. J. Morgan Arthur and Ariel Alvarez and Miss FOR SALE-The Sydboten place, wish Come

: Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Davis of and A. A., G. W. and E. M. Hazen Ida Alvarez. The family lived i in Cherry street, Starke. Address Mrs i any price you to pay. in
l
were the Brooker visitors to Starke until about twelve years ag o, :M. McCook, Gainesville, Fla., for and them.
Tampa have ,. among see
.i rooms with Mr. and Mr
when they moved to Jacksonville. Bides price 9-29-2t. ,
' B. B. Hopson. :Mr. Davis the Starke Monday. :
is
4 in his'widow ,.
,,' and children the J -- -- --
,' asphalt paving business and will take FOR SALE-Good clean Klondike I
ceased I leaves to mourn his departure ,
little
lies Estella Williams and
,4 .', a less part brick in be the decided street paving here un daughter' Marguerite, of Macclenny, ore sister, Mrs. T. A. Knight, of strawberry plants, by bed or count. LANE'S STARKE

. on. were guests at the home of Mr. N. T. Starke. Mr. Alvarez had a large T. A. Crawford, Route 1, Starke, I) ,

'. Bitch last number of relatives and had made near Brownlee's place. 9-1514t.I
. J. L. Bryan, a well known farmer or Friday.D.
. numerous friends who deplore his -- -I 1 -- --- .
: the Raiford section business .., ,
was a /
LESLWAXTEDIndustrioug'
,, I visitor to Starke last Saturday. lr. Ritch Green, a former Starke death family.and sympathize with the bereaved \man to give part time to sale of +H':'Y--H'j-t-J-+JiI 'f !>!-.'H'H'*-!-;>i-i !-Y.i ii, "-,'!'. i. :rir"i i he I .,

:: Bryan recently sold his farm near boy, but now of Jacksonville, made a The i interment took place in Jacksonville I lubricating oil and grease, special-i j : TRADE MARK REGISTERED !:
his Mr. and Mrs. A.
Raiford visit ,
to parents
: to Thos. Andrews and will
ties; and paint. Commission basis '
Friday. Among those who attended :- ,
.ti. wove into Baker county. H. Green, last week. were Mrs. D. W. Alvarez and 1 until ability is established. Permanent -' j PHOSLIME

Mrs. J. R. Alvarez, of Starke. position and wide field when
i: Mr. The troublesome work of laying the
4
Morgan Lee, a former citizen qualified if desired. Riverside Re- .. .
:. of this beneath the five railway tracks ,
section, but for several yearsa sewer fining Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 'I -
i: resident of St. Augustine, was i in north of the depot was completed on THE LADIES MUSICALE. -'-- ; FORSTAPLE !
:: i town Thursday accompanied by his Wednesday. FOUSD-5 head stray cattle mark" t CROPS t'Z

:. : brother Jacob Lee. and his friend, Mr. smooth crop in one ear, swallow ; After :
having used Phoslime three
for
e: L. S. Masters of St. Augustine. M r. John Mue, a well known citizen The Ladies :Musicale held a mo.->t t fork in the other. Geo. E. Andrew, years on ;grain crops
and potatoes, not having used commercial fertilizer: still ::
am
any
. ; Lee is west of Lawtey, was in StarkeSaturday
:
living Starke. 1 t.
spending vacation interesting
ten-day meeting at the residence ;
a >
. __ ,__ I of the opinion that it is a fertilizer of great value, after fi'ingit r,
I with his laudable errand of I ?
Sirs. in the soliciting -
of Mrs.
parents, Mr. and }I. W. A. M. Darby, Monday after '
p. ; Lee of Lakeside. He drove over from subscriptions for a church.Sloan's noon. October 2nd. FARM FOR S.\LE-1 miles west :.: this long severe test, and seeing crops on which it was used pass

0: St. Augustine in his Pierce and This the of Lawtey, 20 acres, 12 under fence; i( through drouhts safely, while crops of the sane kind in r
first the
car was meeting of
: has been | 7 acres in strawberries, fruit trees, T neighborhood suffered greatly feel no hesitancy in saying has ::
.: finding much enjoyment i invisiting Liniment for Xeuralgiarhes.. season and was well attended, the time shade trees five houses and one the virtue of retaining moisture to a very great de V rll'. Thi .,

..t.I ..'''. the scenes of his youth. The dull throb of neuralgia is quickly being very profitably pent in plan- barn, also cane; patch and sweet PCl-I 1 : in addition to its other fertilizing qualities, makes it a wonderful : .
ni"5 the years work fo the '- ,
relieved by Sloan's Liniment, the valuable fertilizer. e
; Call write. J. M.
tato patch. or i
: : Catarrh cal.! ;
: Cannot Be CuredAPPLICATIONS : -
universal remedy for pain. Easy to Muse, Lawtey, Fla. 10-6-tfJ;
I.. ."' 1rlth LOCAL as they apply it quickly penetrates without Several new members were receivedat I t IMMEDIATE DELIVERY i:
;
..: ; cannot reach a local the seat of the disease.finiJSi and soothes the sore muscles. this time. 't Prices F. O. B. Phoslime, Fla., In Bags ;;
. .; Uv disease greatly I in- rubbing Mrs. U. G. Turner, of Gainesville, (?) "jsBpiBajq JB [njaaaip no..J

tt'. ..! ana ntin orderrototiCurenIt you conditions.must Cleaner and more promptly effectivethan nAs e'ecM directress and the club is a ciu IIJA! jqSiuoj! asop y -005; 'jsiJ! >n.ip ', .,
take
"t. i tarrh an Cure Internal is taken remedy Internally Hall's and Ca- mussy plasters or ointments and indeed fortunate to have her with too.\ V \BPO; slHd[[ a1ax! S) ut ti '! CARLOAD LESS THAN CARLOADv

J acts fa thru the blood IIn the mucous sur- does not stain the skin or clog the them in this capacity. At the closeof MO J aInoq[ tl 3a0 'uoxaduroa! [ .\}

ti !t, Cure*a wu of PrMwb'i the svstem.by one Hall's of the Catarrht best pores. For stiff muscles, chronic rheumatism the meeting Mrs. Darby, assisted 1 1duiid! Xppnm ano.{ dn aeap[ o; dial[ p.rB $9.00 Per Ton $10,00 Per Ton :Ya

';- Physicians 4 in this country for years. It gout, lumbago, sprains and by less D. C. Jones and Miss Em'11aOarty. wasSs anoX dn auoj it.[ \\ juaumoui 1 ?
k onpl'sed of som=' of the best tonics Sloan's served delicious Waldorf salad 'r t
I b 1I0"n.; combined! with some of the strains it gives quick relief. saltines q'8uldu8uou'Ssea'pllul! V ';alar !1 :, WRITE FOR BOOKLET Z .
it blond cocoa and whipped
l'unfirrsThe cream.
perfect com- Liniment reduces the pain and inflammation
lIa on % the infed't-ms In Hall'Catarrh The musicale will continue idtuoad a.vi3! smd[[ 3J13X! sBul!, ,
to
meet
Cure is what produces such in insect bites bruises, bumps 'sautisajutt pa$3oa[; 'J3.Is.8inIs' ![ [ 'f
E-: mderful r"1'Iults' in catarrhal condl- ft M.e. Darbys dripg the month of UQ FLORIDA SOFT PHOSPHATE & LIME mm
OIlL-fen r. J. HKNEY: & CO.. 1 rtpstrToledo. ":t BOX 462 OCALA FLA. :
t
)'' All O. a bottle today at your druggist. 1 o'clock. $unaaJ passsjddo 'ssarjsii! 'jjnp t euZ ,

Halls Druggists.Famt'i: 75o.'.s for constipation. 25 cents. (2) All members invited. ; 'UVJ8! jno.i sung uOJvdnsuoJ! "'yyy" , I
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f t t f PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. f FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1915.'ff .


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r" 11 : SPANISH RUINS GOLD MINE DAYS OVER 1 MASONIC. FREEMAN DRILLING TERRIERSQUAD. !! CLEAN UP. I -, "

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committee The ladies of the School and Civic i What Does I
the The I
.. !' t From New Smyrna northward to St. Moving Picture Industry Nearing undersigned are a .
- 4 the Grand Master of the Club ask the householders of Starke to
Augustine, some /00; miles as the crow \ Shoals of Disaster. appointed by Coach H. E. Freeman of the Ter-
ijrand Lodge Free and Accepted Masons clean up their premises, first, then as Catarrh Mean? s sIt
'e files be found
; can many remains off riers has switched the daily practiseat "
of Florida to receive all offers: of much more of their surroundings! as
'.j' Spanish rule in Florida. While the have been Plant field from the
Immense sums; of money donations of land and other inducements morning to they can. While many attend to these m BttRBOEBBK .
f hush of years has thrown its silent into the business the afternoon and deviationswill
pouring photoplay location of no more matters from native sense of order .
and
for the selection a
'.. t f t. spell over these old ruins, they mutely during the past few years, and inves- the Masonic Home and Orphanage to he made from the :3 o'clock hour,, 'and cleanliness, others must be urged I means inflammation: of a

I, speak of days long ago when Spain tors have discovered this season that it be established by the Grand Lodge. It except in case there is a baseball game to do so. j I mucous membrane somewhere .

I hiJ a flourishing colony along this in not returning to them in the way that the location will be at th" field, when the regular S o'clcii in the head, throat;
flowers which in
The
expected
is yellow
; I C'I i-t and when not a white man lived of lucrative dividends. The exhibitorso practice will take place again. grow bronchial tubes, stomach,.bit
the communication -
determined by next grand streets would -
along our enhance
i y .- here in Florida except here. Are ":!.- contend that there is less money in Jan- The boys are busy: this week with profusion : iary ducts orlJC wch. It always
I of the Grand Lodge the beauty of a country road,
: :! out from Port Orange we visited ,I: the business than ever before, ow- The selection of the loca- \rimmaeing in the line and Freeman i means stagnant Llood -the
1U7.! of street.
out city
but
: are place on a
uary
< the old! sugar mill with its huge driving I u-: : to the high prices exacted for films hopes to havp the choice of the line I blood that is full of
tion will depend upon transportation We the fathers will hire a frapurities.
t and rollers, set high above the level and! the demands of the public for better educational men by the end of the week. The backlit : hope city Left alone it -
facilities, healthfulness, machine to cut. extendsuntil :;
and mowing
{ man a
j. \ of the ground upon its coquina rock and still better pictures withoutany facilities and moral tone of the com Id has been going through play for- it is follow: .d by indigestion

f I I'B.-e, from which, in the olden days, corresponding increase in the rratons: and commencing; this after- the good taste to keep the grass tnm- colds,congestion (>r fe\.r. It n eikeni

I ran streams of rich cane juice into the "nee of admi-."ion. The price of films munity.The undersigned will be glad to receive noon Coach Freeman will instruct the good taste to keep the;; rass trim- the system enerI'1 Iv :nd:, spreads in '

near I.). rN'ei'ing'ats and from which vas steadily risen.: Many a small ex- investigate all olfers of 1 land them in picking holes in the line, a med along their sidewalk.many ore! operations until !. 1tr.IC catarrh QJ
and
: \.. f 't :Slowed into two rows of kettles still :' itor who once paid only S">t 0) fur a other inducements fur the locationof particular knack he has developed lect this and allow the grass to grow I an acute illness is I the: resultPeruna

.'. t pe firmly in place over furnaces, whose A'<."k's program is now paying that and this Masonic Home and Orphanage which i is going to count wonders inthe up on the walk and in the checks.

;l !I'I I I : fires died! out and were never kindled ..:'l!, for the releases of a single night Full! details as to the land offered, the tight places. His instruction will This confines the water during rams

if again after the Spanish landlords were i'ie' jnoducers are beginning to lop location thereof, accessibility, general teach the players to think quickly 'u'd make the walking sloppy. The

J i driven from these shores. Two tall of the and in grass should be trimmed oF. Is the nation's reliable
salaries
I i '. '!f expenses by cutting: 1: character of the :soil, healthfulness with good judgment a gain"as : : remedy; foe

r. chimneys, massively built in the high ;;!byers and there U a certainty: that I electric facilities,, fast as football, the ability to think Lot the renewed activity which follows this condition. It restores .ippctitt
supply
water gas or '
1 < arched walls of coquina rock, the material Salaries will drop much lower during I I also full ir.formationa and act in the same minute often wins the cool weather include a gen-i aids digestion, checks and'removes
t should be given; inflammation and thus
I. ;i used in the contraction of all :h" coming year. to transportation facilities, educational the victory. Signal practice will beheld ural! cleaning up of o-ir town. Starkeis : mEnbnnestblough: vi hick enables uv the

these old ruins, still stand as silent This, of course, does not apply too opportunities: and moral tone at the school tonight and tomor- too pretty a town to he neglectedin and through wb hour food breathe'* absorbed

f-er.tinHs; looking down on and seem'j -: t handsomely remunerated peopleI. I lof i the community making the offer.: row night with some blackboard work this rc"pwt.SNATCHED I to do their work properly.

i ingly brooding over the once busy :I.- moving picture stars who are the The proposed institution i.to be a i i\ed i in, shoving the various plays I Forty four years i-t t MirresSjUt-Jnho,,. '.

I scene; where America's first cane- 'i. t-arth. They get salaries! the tage I Masonic Home and Orphanage;: for the ii u I: d formations.An I sands of testimonials: ha- e es; blished!

t r I grinding was held, their tops high up o .ni i never touch, and they :get them I I care of aged and infirm :Masons and s verage cf thirty men have been ) FROM POVERTY BY : it as the home r'smed-Eve--Resdy.!

I. among the limbs of the lofty trees :y yearly contract, nut by the engage-; I| helpless orphans of deceased Mas,.n:". i ',III tir.g for practice during the pat WORTHLESS: PAPER. I to Take. Its %ecorij of :'succesa

I l row irrowing among the ruins; but no ti -I/, which may end at any time. The Grand Lodge has reached the week and the forty candidates which holds a proms: for j ou. :

S, It. smoke has risen for lo: these many Charlie Chaplin with his 8It ,(jIIf'( a I wh-re it wishes! to consider and} ("each Freeman has wanted are ex : THE PEHl' A COMPANY;

r years, from their funnels and the t-k, Mary Pkkfonl! with her fabu- point this pd'r:- r1 to turn Out aa soon a.-. schoo; : COLt \fi'US OHIO
I determine the location and coiir.iittee How old which
sound of cane grinding will no more be '1"< .- '"come and a number of lesser an mortgage paper I You nofa'-i; ; i \\i
t was appointed; to receive offers: oJ.enIany| : of the veterans are still had been long! hidden, turned! out to l rir. : -n tablet: form
; heard where once busy feet came and 1 niinane-, with salaries ranging from ;.or or- omcnce.ESPECIALLY. \
1 compilethe data and make full report at work and will not Le able to turnout 1 Ie the means of saving a family from I .
IJ i tent and tons of sugawere mad and l.l"uw0" to $.:;i,000 a week, certainly are -
; : t uthe nextGrand; Common i.-atii for the football! work until theyge dependence upon char ty is one of the
J
lishteml down the river and out to .. feeling hard times. :
of the lodge. Address all offers and latest found in the work of :
anchored failing vessels that plowed These *Oars however, are not many. : up their p.>.'ition-Tampn Time; :romance
in 'iiries to Stafford Caldwell <:ecrei the Associated Charities.Mr. .
11' i their way across the briny deep to old The majority of the people who make |
I ,' tary of Committee, Live Oak. Florida. : Jones whose isn't Jor-
( name
,
Spain. Nothing remains to tell of the m'ingpictures are not overpaid. -
W. R. O'NEAL, Chairman, ANOTHER HOLD-IT:? at all ), a long time ago: was a pros-
;
olden and
days the silent old mill
except .P' 'ling parts are played by mnn 4j-5p$
: t which a wonderful tale could unfold, ':".!mi'M! who earn from $luu to $:!)0) a II. S. CALDWELL. Sec'y., :' MOMS and pro'd business man of the
I C. E. ROWTON, Committee."I North but for various reasons he
1 ,
.1 I if only hammocks it could speak on which; even the the cane richblack' week; quite who competent have not actors achieved and any actresses -,' --'- Cine of the oldest proverbs has been found! the Southern climate: too greatan

reshaped by Saxon ancestors into
I our be withstood and five
t t was frown, have reverted to their original eat vogue but whose work is never- All HOLIER) THAN TI10LV hill attraction to
I tart dog Jown and beggar -
a every with his ?
arrived in Florida
: : l forest both to the year ago
primeval : and show no :h.l's'en'! acceptable will give him a kick." The United -
( sign of ever being cultivated. "..mpanies and to the public. The innumerable family. Thinking that agriculture was
t :
! It certainly gives me that languid :States: of America looks like an the promised fulfillment of his hopes ADAPTEDFOR

f Some ten miles to the south is New lesser parts pay still less: feeling to meet those people who labor avalanche as it rolls downward but he invested in a small piece of landin
remuneration ranging to YOUR STATEFREE
Smyrna, where two of these old ruins 110ne) the -. ;
under the delusion that they are bet when its president submits to one de- the southern of the state and ; -:
( t are to be found. An old fort covering >1.."0 a day people, who make up the part
ter than I am-or better than you are! mand and delivers another footpad to raise fruit.
about and raised crowds: and armies. In the aggregate; proceeded f
an acre about
twenty I that has a rightto promptly to present anotherweapon
grant every person appears Met Mr.I Jones was no agriculturist
: feet above the river bank, commlnd'st : the. expenditure foots: up an enormous think as they see fit; but I'm mightyBurn at her head. This time it is He failed to make the fruit grow and

t I a fine view across the river some two LIU. just the same.Talent sure that they have no right to the Briton taritf communion whose his little farm, takingin '1
irally selling
1' : miles to the Atlantic, and around the from the legitimate stage) has make me think as they think. That is secretary: offers the American public return enough to bring his OUR i INSTRUCTIVE''
money
been the of this
ot only
well extravagance
preserved walls the
savage Indian they have the right to try; but they through: the Springfield ( Mass.) Re- family to Jacksonville and a second
Keen competi-
I with his crude weapons of warfare u-ty young industry. have no right to get a pink enamelled publican the following: ultimatum: on the ten acres for the CA-fcALOGUEAND

I i the arrow and tomahawk, no lion among strong companies: all, up grouch on with me becau I can't see "America must make up her mindvery rest mortgage he arrived in the city and proceeded fILW ti
I few earning immense WEEKLY
i doubt more than once besieged the to a years ago,
everything through their shade of quickly which side she is on in his blunders.
I to to
forget
\ I' Spaniard with his small cannon and ;ems has led to lavish expenditure in glasses.: And some of these folks who this struggle. She cannot have it bothwa's. Dut there try was more trouble in store PRICE LIST
flintlock musket. This fort stands all lines. For example, a few )'earsago
I near opine that they are so much better Of course I recognize and th" ''or him. The work of his reverses
; ; ; the center of the toof\ New settings were made up with the
Smyrna. than I because I go to see a ball gameon responsible British statesmen all recognize and other difficulties brought on physical SENDFORTHEM
A mile and half southwest of help of paper mache and paint but -
i \ a townare Sunday, I notice will visit the garage the difficulties of her position, : breakdown Finally someone in ,
Now there is
much
without
t the ruins of an old mission, which expense. and buy gasoline on the same but the people of the country arc becoming despair of ever getting the family on TODAY.BB .
i I was the of the i passion for the genuine among the
center
religious life oft' r
lot of it and bitter against
t i day-or go out and burn a more more its own feet, asked the assistance of
the directors. Real carved doors, genuineantique
I \ t colony, where Spaniard and Indian
seeing how fast they can make their America. They feel that she is reaping Associated: Charities.On .
i' met around altar while the andirons, genuine tapestries:,
a common E
speedometer run without breaking any all the profit and bearing none of the first visit the charity workers -
I : bought for single settings. At WMVftAil WM ur V
padre chanted his Ire
litany and called
of the little dooflickers connected with the burden of the war. The feeling
discovered the story of the little
sinners least of the big companies has an TLA
i to repentance. The walls of one JACKSONVILLE ,
I the Yassir. the is really extraordinary
running throughout country
gear. farm and insisted that the old mortgage -
I ; t' this old mission, standing from'twelveto employe whose only duty is to attend .
here the bitter. I talking about
Why, a man was telling me was I be The family
produced. was
I r w: fifteen feet auctions and house sales and poke
I high, and in which there I
other day that at one time there was a this situation a few days: ago with That old
skeptical. mortgage was on-
ibout the and second hand
I I a are many arched windows and doorways antique minister in this here town (it was some American friends, and after I of
i. ,, ly a definite and painful reminder a THEfioRiOAMETALP U
in stores in earch of the rare and :
expen-
are good state
a of
: preservation. some town then, believe me) who'dgo had put it all before them I asked 'sad business mistake, which seemedto .
sive bits that will authentic
if Surrounding all is loosely give an MANUFACTURE
piled out in the field in afternoon after them where they thought America
be the starting point of their dif 1i
rock fence touch to the .
i enclosing about two pictures.Directors'
t he'd held church on Sunday and help would be when our new trade policywas ficulties. The charity worker, how-
NETAL
salaries have been another -
. I acres, and near the walls stand about the boys play ball. Said that the way in being. They replied that she ever carried the document away with 41
, : dozen soaring item. Where $200 used to
sweet seedling orange trees to make the boys get interested in would be in the soup. It is not too her and turned it over to the legal aid CEILING?
that be is
high weekly stipend $1,200
are perhaps twelve a ,
feet high and
him interested in America to decide throw
him was for to get late for to committee of the Associated Chari- 1
unusual And the chief art
:t1 bearing. cf not this now. seemed them. Some head on that guy, for her lot with the civilization of Eu- ties. The committee turned it into $500 CUIVERTS.SHINHJI5

w 4 I All of the old ruins we visited are on important functionary of sure. I always did think that a real rope, but it may soon be too late for and once more the Jones family faces I AND OTHER
to be to devise: spending
: lands new ways
belonging to private parties, of hypocrite was one of the uselessest: events will move very quickly. We life with a courage that springs from' METAL :;
SHEET
I and while signboards warned trespassers money, although devising ways things that ever traveled down the are not going to wait until the end of a bank account.-Jacksonville :Metropolis. v Y
his forte in
I axing it i is apt to become IwwaatE
to hands off their walls show turnpike of time. the war.Ve are out to smash: the :;

\ hat they have practically no protection the near future.As And speaking right along this line German empire and we do not propose MATERIAL 1.

i. ; ; from the American spirit of van- an example of the profligate expenditure the following clipping handed me by tn let consideration for neutrals TODAY .p+O SPECIALPoRCATALCGUES &

; \' dalism which does not appreciate thepreservation of money, a recent example o..e of the fair sex who frequently who have looked on while we were QUOTATIONS
i .:m tc cited. A brilliant young director Whenever You Need a General Took JACKSONVILLE .. .fLA.
\ : of antiquities. These old trembles at things she finds in this !lighting! f'\r our! existence stand in the
Take Grove'sThe
entrusted with the work of
I I walls with hundred of names and initials was .' ilumn-and then takes the Post the wav of our purpose. America must -- -

,M I. : t t scratched upon them, loudly verify ':u-.king a fanciful film with a tropical 'e\t; day! to see if she can find some cither come into the comity of Europe' Old Standard Grove's Tasteless'chill ...
.. : etting. He journeyed to an island, Tonic is equally valuable as a 1
the old
saying, "Fools' names, like piure of 'em-seems to express: : my fir stay out.Ve are going on. General Tonic b.caue: : :t contains the ':iterce.
hundreds of miles distant, taking a MM In
k, their faces are often seen in public .....itiments jut a* well!! as if I'd \',:-it- It i is more than probable that Pres well known tonic:: prnrerfiesof: QUI\I\E
oi east of more than .500 people with him. A r.nn1"I 1 ho r-s : .aht and Is rte
;i E! .I places.: tt.n it myself-which I didn't. Her.d it identViLon had a knowledge': of t.T1; and IRON It act" on tlj*. Liver, Drivesout .

' I I Either the national, state or local laving found a suitable and perfectlyauthentic i-nd sec if it hits you even the ''eat- nnil'al,;Ilks! : her' wtlI111'r.e'1: : *vvaulted \:&;aril, 1's tK L"cwxl an- vets I' : 'San!! another
setting he proceeded to h'. rib i )' ks.
.. Builds un Iisr \ -1 tt'stf'MC by : )
j : municipal government should own and pst little bit: over the fn trade bar set only = -.n.s
Tila! whole city and hire a native
'
protect these most interesting relics Sometimes: wh'nh look roun an the Lfjltimore convention and a --.--
r I copulation with it. The finished product -
i E j of heroic and I' '-g'ont' &:ys. No tate cost the $730,000.; sees c", r.tiT" of mocratic precedent to

i r i eat of the :Mississippi i : has so many of Promoterhave company come to the conclusion De folks what's all fired Stay !land info the protection; ,amp where

: swine straight to glory hwas: hail 'd with joy under the :"ptvsition -
"j h, thorn as Florida. They are a real asset I however, that this gay business : Day'h right ; '

t s i to this state, and richly deserve :i.. about over; that the motion pictureindustry kase that he brought a party with ;

preservation. -s first I Dey am so pow'ful pure; !him. It was like him to reply to a JWMtsll7t
" I has passed through its
'" I When Ah look? at old! )Deacon .To-e. hrat by adopting, the policy proposed -
: : If it has not already been done, some I youth' and sowed its; wild oats. The ,
Who's crooked as a stick !but how much wiser and more con-
j i i'r! of the h.* (':.che" and the debts are now coming _
1 er capable doing iustic-1 to
; !i' rind he hv
know have
i An' sings hymns like he didn't ; 'nt appeared aocfpting for Dinner?
; and period of hard solid andconservative
; should i- on a
{ subject, gather all data '
pos, : A single hoss trade trick; the challenge; and returning a
ble obtained about these !, endeavor. The men at the
to be ; t'tand
: :
When Ah considers Deacon Smiff, Roland for the British Oliver One
head of the industry it will be
interesting remains of SpanUh say Who says he wouldn't stoop who urJ<:>r:,tood all! the rule of chivalric 1
rule along the coast of Florida I *: veil only by extensive reorganization
east ,
To do a wrong, but has been caughtIn warfare sets a former pupil in
and write of that he-1 Not only are the days of extravagant
a history most Ike Brown's checken coop; the rind: against his instructor and the
I pxnenditures over, but the system of
and romantic of American
OR period "
I When Ah takes stock of old man latter promptly strikes with the cry
history, when to venture these i coking' releases must be changed. Im- "
upon Hicks, "You taught me the blow. The master :-
shores took his life in his wrse sums are now wasted by the How times
a man own
swordsman to side and many
I Who exhorts wid a shout, leaps one f
I hards. History tells us that the Spaniard 'iainfenarc of rival offices in all i the
the head of the with
Hut has meen 'rested nineteen times, sweeps off enemy

I were more than once driven out principal cities.A Or at least thereabouts; the reply, "Fool. I taught you the have you asked: yourself :Jf''
of clearinghouses
co-operative
from his blood still system
Florida and
I yet Britain
When Ah looks at old Elder Jinks :stroke but not the parry.

'I Pows in the veins of many along this probably will be an importantf Who spen's: his time in prar, has long! complained of our tariff and this question ? Day |
f of the business in the future. _
coast, whose dark olive complexions -
eyes An' lets has wife take washin in comes hack at us with our own blow
I
and smooth, rythmical namesprove The business will, the heads of the after day week after week i
., From families neah and far; -why car.not President Wilson replyas _
smaller and
I ( that he is descendant of the 'ustry declare, pay a
i i' a Ah say, when Ah considers deco did such a master: artist as the Cow 'p'us it isA problem! that a 'con V
old Spaniards. ,,11'.1'(' certain return and produce a less t-
.a'
I extravagant and more interesting pic Ah somehow got a hunchIt cm ? itantJy confronting ;you.t \'

To wander among these old ruins ture. won't be safe fo' me to take Let the belligerents crowd into the '_

\ and let one's imagination picture the No chances wid dat bunch. economic fortifications{ us get out '<

thrilling scenes that took place in and If dis yere town dat's gwine to go of our walls and make of ourselves the O0.N 1 04 /

f around them in the long ago. impresses To glory! sure, well! then free exchange for all the world! Is I If f stock;:

one profoundly. No fiction ever Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up SystemThe i I somehow got a feelin' dat "(V. plain what must follow? The you were to i ,

written could l>e more thrilling than Old Standard general itrengtheninz tonic.GROVE'S i From all de things Ah knows, Merman combination will not admit us J shelves with good .
,drives outhlarlaenncheHhe i
a
TASTELESS: chill TONIC: your ;
what actually took place here: when MooJ.and builds up the iys- : Ah'Il! take mah chance; wid de crowd. aTwngheir friend because we refcsed II't' ,nt.u"-' ,,

/ the white man and the red man r.t '.m. A true t, uic. For alalna"t.b't, ren. SOc ,, No matter whar it goes. to stand{ by Germany in her hour : assortment ()f canned goods, :i

met. We know that it took heroism -Thorn in Palm Beach Post. ff d'lnrebut she must buy and c.*::1) would ha\e some'thine >-
- you 1'NaYIi
of tho stanches: kind to brave such t,1.?, or eit: rut her ewn heart; n-

f dangers as faced the early settlers! of i ?' nife, as he surrounded and nrii-, -- vite her to ('omhpre and buy what t on 'hand than your ;
'
.1" ; these unwelcorvisitors. d
our cout.try. Who knows but here in "f daring and Head the Bradford County Tele- -ho want The allies may insist on JIl folks would like. -
.-X. 0. Titer in Tavares lIerald. -
the long ago, amid the forests of pine. 'i;, : g at horn-*, but they iru:st buy and tI
.aph-the home
levy and magnolia, with the dull roar f'fln I ;'" paper. *"II!! or tag'natt--let u* offer! them a I

of old! ocean in the distance and beeuth '- i bet and propose a safe medium of '

!: the silver-toned bells! of the oldmi.yion. exchange; ., : Canned meats- canned

dark-eyed! Spanish senoritastwangoj Which will prove the greater Amer- "

their guitars and sang: their '(':i -*he one that copies from her past vegetables canned fruits \

hw l songs under the perfumed blos- Give Your LiveraTake Chance and her ccmpetitors like a school girl '
\ the
have them in ,
-we all
;-ons of these old orange trees while opy i-"t or she who stands alone witha ->

/ gallant Spanish dons listened and policy of her own, to receive tribute best known brands and *c price $

looked on with loving approval. Whe from all the others and to serve them '" j

knows but while some such scene as::; a time tried and proven rem.dylor Liver Complaints: Costiveness f"eph' in return ? Here we have a that will please you. Place J

this was being enacted and while the Biliousness, Jaundice, Kidney Troubles, Impure or Bad demonstration of the wisdom of Jef- your order *t once: /

earth was flooded with the rays of the Blood, Pimples Indigestion. If suffering from these take ferson and a proof that the Democratic -

silvery moon, and all nature was at- party needs to guide the nation,
Orders Given
Telephone Attendoa'f
L. t'TPii'to the song of the mocking bird Dr. Ttiacher's Liver and Blood Syrup ,I but alas! A temporary politician failsto Prompt '

8" the gentle sea breeze flowed past attain the elevation desired and she

there sud- is of the }fielding A. M. DARBY
levergreen boughs above, degraded in punishment -
Tear Lifer udKklaejs are your Mst wads if yea keep then in good condition but : .
jHity! arose on the soft south wind the whea selected tkey becem. ywnr Boat dugerou enemies. ell jom are bilious or eoolipttedyM to Bryan performpd at Baltimorethe

} fierce war cry of the savage Indian: tkenld imaedutely take this great preptntion-SOcudSl- Udetler*. first of many capitulationsTim'sl'nion. .- STARKE FLA. : .

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dollars. He still lored for the ratification or rejection of the said 1916. and approved on August 2. 1916, and. .!. be :
I iNUiUii.Wi"ii.Wi.'ii"WW""' iiWf : raised to thirty Joint Resolution( -lal to disorder persons, gui;:r < f
proposing to !
July promulgated ]I
aml.'ndment. in compliance with
I Lizzie and life without her had be- the Constitution thl'eaflt conduct wi'.hm th. m'anink 0 thi
I CURIOUS BITS of the State of Florida viz: the provisions therein containl The Town Section. The owner, .I. ,! ." or pryrit.

: gun to seem more Impossible than Counci met in its rgular of meeting :' tor of any house of ill :ime. or house, rrem-

ever. And then one day he saw her OF HISTORY A JOINT RESOLUTION Amendment Town at 7:30 o'clock I' M. on the e or places( used a tie r-sort of P"1
! r'ro\ing an 3th day of 1916, there being '
DEAD I spt.mbr. th.n' of lewd character as afni-esiid. shall b.; cor-
name In flaming letters outside a the- >_WnK a M State to Constitution Section 9 Relating Aricle to 9 Taxation of the and th.1 council present following m.mlr of sidered aa keeper ef a .h..trt.I hous.J anJ
:
ater. Miss Broughton was the new Fait any person upon cony ; surht
THE HARMONISTS. and Finance.Be binl
I A. Brjan. E. S. Matthews, and J.
W'I .. .
keeper of li.iu.-4e <
; FIRES I star. She had arrived. it Resolved by the Legislature of the Stateof White.. t a disorderly or fi\jse-n
ing or found in th* same punished -
I Florida: Absent : J. W. Andrews. Jr. and J. CWills. binJ .hal I
He saw this in the lunch hour and BY A. W. MACY. That the amendment of Section fnl. not \ceedine two '*n.|
folow'ni
t after his return the manager sent for 9 of Article titution of the State. A; which meeting certain werehad I i fifty d.lan. or by in pr. srlimerit not ei feeding -
: Ir.tinj I -h si.ch fine
; relating to Taxation and Finance is S lY ) or Ly > art jotI -
S him. Of the many communlitlo societies hl.'rby among which were the tow I: prioeinment in the ti"" of the Mavff.
: agreed to and shall be submitted to the t.ctor Councilman Bryan a certain ordinance I'I ci.n.
===-By------ .-:1' "Dickson's leaving" he said. "He that have sprung up and of the State for adoption or rejection at and after lU "s.ntet. by the clerk I Paed by the C'uncil of ir.e.florida. C'
) .
this the 'a
3th < > 0. 5ei.temher !'H*
got an appointment out West. Mr. flourished for a season, none Is the next general election hereafter ; that is to moied that the rules be suspended and the S. M\TlHE\\f I
say. that Section 9 of Article 9 of the Constitution E
LEAVITT cnantmojs consent of all present
JOHN P. Lewis, I'm going to try you in his more Interesting than the Har of the State b amended to read a. obtained to con-ider the m'mlr u b. Attest: rim T..n C.i.neiL, I

place-at the same salary. Three thou- monists. This society was follows : without rl.'fl.'rrin. same to the committee on C. .\. FUTCH. *
"I-'lIH..W'.I.I!. mm.II'.I!.'." !!.'.'.'!,'." founded In Ger "Section 9. There shall lie exempt from Rules. Laws and Ordinances the said motion Town Clerk. I
sand. You're a young man for the Wurtemberg, taxation property to the value of file hundred being by Councilman \\hite. The

(Copyright. 1316 by W. G. Chapman. I post but it's our policy to employ many. The first American set dollars to eHr widow that ha a family i ("'...rman s.conJd stated the motion and called! fur 1: Approved 1916.by me t.i the 6th elay ot 8. f fI

Lizzie Urcughton refused Dan have tlement was made In Penn >(- dependent on for support and to .\.r! an "ave" aol "na>"' vote and the motion p"evai timber
When i and I believe C. F. HOOVIT
young men you pl.'ron who i a b..r.a tile result nt of the S'.te !.". cacti of th.. aid Count '!men \ I j

Lewis because! she wanted a career I the power to make good." var.a, about t.vc.-.ty-fjve miles and had a limb or been dsabled: in war I.a>ein. favor of the said mot.on.: Thereupon oln. Iay.r I ISSt

upon the stage and duly left herfather's I Dan loft him suddenly overwhelmed. from Pittsburg. Here the members or by misfortune." Councilman Bran moved that the ordnance __ ____. _ _"" j jI

built substantial lieadopted. the said motion lieinir. F. !. :[
in North End for NewYork. dwellings, !
house
:UT
: His to run and tell by Councilman White
one impulse was Hcon.lt.t and then and ,
In Cirljit CireI
, Dan w'\pcd fcr a while. Then Lizzie. churches! mills, etc., and In 1805 o' M: l.SOLUTION Prpinl an amen.ln there put to a vote of "ayes"and 'na)s", the Florida. Bradford Cour.reuntj.i Etg-vh.Judi'.uI j j II

took oft! his overalls and laid down i the cct.-imunity: numbered about '!: t.. -sco-:.,ns J. :: and 4 of Article VII ..1 beinir calletl. the said ordinance. was Th.> Vmer'can: Trust Cn'ipany.; a corI j
he But it is not the easiest thing in the .,.1i.. ( .".ttiitmn; of the State of Florida. unan;moas!) adop'ed by the vcte of ail me.m- .iHto the estate
753.: After a few they I iioration as l.fminh :
announced that he. too. years i o
of
. and 'he Council each of the raid
' the plow : Census and I.r ( i i
world to find a theater star, and it was ratn. to Apportionment.Be .n. of (I. P. Markillie
; was going to New York-not to seek adopted celibacy and prohibitedthe by the Legislature of the State members" \otnl "aje. th'r bin) no votes -9 i I Ij
four days before he gained admissionto "nay > vote is follows
' cf tobacco thereby of Florida: tach as : I } Mary J. I .. Chicago Por- x 1
: who had duped him. but to use causing j 1 Ljnn. no. ;
Lizzie .iy&-S. A. Brian. E. S. J.
her presence. And then he beganto some to withdraw. In 18t4 That the folo"'ina! am..n.lm.nt to the Constitution W. White. Matthews. :trait Cempany. H co'Twiat.on.I t!
: likewise.
carve cut a career stammer out his of .' be. the I I Notice to tpprarThe ,
story. ant
made at they purchased a tract of 30,000 cam' a'e hereby agreed to, and the "Nays -Nrtv- j State of Flonda t., Chicago Portrait t
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shal '
His appearance was spasmodic The said o"r.qnce in the lo'io'! *.:) wed I .
"You said that when you'd made acres in Posey county, Indiana, 'ubmitle-d to the eI.ctor of the Stat. i Company I corporation .Iinl: ,
and
figures
; intervals and he always came good, dear" he suggested. "Why not?" and removed there the next the I n.rl.n .. tlictmn in 1916, for ratification or to-wit Ordinance No. S7."An I It ha'iol been shown b; affidavit tat tne ji iI j

suit and seemed particularly .'uv. .fendant. Chicago an Company a .r- fi |
in a new i I..r
I home "Why. Dan you are ridiculous she year. Ten years later they sold Setiun 2 of Article VI is hereby amended ordinance confirming the 11\sion. and i poration. is a non-resident of the State rf Flnr- '
I
his But on requirements of
flush with ; the
money. answered co' lly. "After all these yearsI 5i. to read as llinanc. numl.r ida. and that the .>f said ilef:ndan' j
out and returned to ..illr.
: Pennsyl ordinances of
of those occasions did he hear I The Levrijilatare! nat shall convene in the Starke. Florida parsed! on the is 'n the City of Illinois, an2 tha- ;
Chils.o
nono I have just achieved the object of my vania.: They fourished! for some year I'I' and th'r..aCte shal consist of one frt day of Au-tJst. 1'Ufi. which provides for th1 is pe'r-on in the State of aloriefai j.
Lizzie. n
; anythirg of efforts and now you want to marryme yrsf and at one time their ru .nl..r of the Senate each county in construction.. of certain strict improvements I the si'rieeof SUbpnl upon whom '\oul,'
of 191C i iI I the State and of member of the house in the To n of StareF'londa.. and for j ji
not till the summer 01- I bind aid ,' .
\ It was "
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and take me away! I I wealth jt
I five years after her disapearanee.that 1} State for ten thousand of thereof o-ain.-t 'he l're'perty| abutting 111 I ; IhelC.,1 ord.1 C
"But when then? faltered Dan $5.000,000: to 25000000. In 1\'Er populationtNrein. I that the t.'j.n isnt. Chicai reirt i j
returned. Her father was I fraction thereof fronting the said improvement.HERES. t : ..
Lizzie I or major wh..n trait t > ithe
Company
"There isn't else is there? after dwindled in a corp rtl'n.
anybody years they \\ The Town of the Townof *
; then may lie a major fraction over after C.unci Bill of1 Complaint wrin
who had been Itt
mother
her I ,
and ,
dead. "No Dan." she admitted. "But- numbers, and In 1893 they sold dividing the whole number of imputation! of Starke. Florda. did .n first day ofugust on or Cor.plainant9. 9th div.of: Ootober.\.

notified by wire prepared to welcome |;I well if ever I marry somehow I can't out all t!'sir holdings! to: a Pitts- the County b.. the number ten thousand Provided .\ !!'by 16, the and Charter in pursuance of of U-e Town|K"'NclnC.'rnt !I 1"IP. in.default wherei f '.t di J>rs> con- ,

the prodigal daughter. j I that each counts shal ha\1 at I..a-t one ait ant| fi sso ":H l>e entered owl in-> the said "icgoPortrait .
!
I laws of the State Florida
see anybody but you, and the old farm burg syndicate. Representative and that county Fhal ham" \. gf.nlral Company. a co.iatiim.. J
Behold Miss liroughton in the most i than in Houseof ative thereto adopted an ordinancevmo\jung
: once more. But not now Dan. three R.lt..ntath. I It i; Curh..r ordered that this noji-e be j
., of the House for the construction o: c. rain street improvements '- i
Maui Brndford T.l.ursrih.a
that staggered Representatiies. published County
stylish of gowns m.mLr th.
"When? in the Town of .
', Florida
o' : for term "ItIh. i
a I itar.e in Biidfordcounty.
1'pn.ntati\i Elltfd published it
seated under a tree upon the I'I shal1 at-sessme-nt of a rortion of the total cost n.\"pa'r
street of two and of the Senate
"When I'm tired of success, years m'ml..r .'I.r 'la. once each week for fie con.
lawn and entertaining her girlhood + + + + + + + + + + + + + ,I ;,: l)>. elected for a term of four years, except thereof airainst the property abutting and fe-cutive weeks. i

I answered. \ a.s h..r.1naCt provided. The election form fronting the sad itr-prove-ment. the said ordinance IN WITNESS WHEFEi'K. I have '.-reBn- '
friends with stories of her success on I LEGAL NOTICES f being designated ordinance number -
Dan went and the mlie r i shall' be at the samttime a to set my hand and nlfix-i the seal M our
the stage! away company + + + + + + + + + + + + + + and lnees. The term of office of Senators _' n'6. nn"of the ordinances of the Town of Circuit Court on this the 2nd day. of ?"pte'n-
went on tour. He lost Lizzie. Some- elected in 1916 expire on the first "n' n cumWHEREAS *

It happened that Dan came home at times he saw her reported as playingin Monday in Apri. shal. The term of office by the pr\'ision of section 9 ber. A. D. 1916. V. T. WEED'S.

the same time and. calling on Mrs. of S.nator el.- in 191S from the following of the said ordinance number M>. the town 95t. .''SEAI
the West sometimes in the South counties trv-wit : Escambia, Gadsden. r.rk'a"! in.trcEd. immediately upon the Cl.'rk

but he never saw her in Broadway NOTICE OF ELECTION. Jackson, I.ern. Madison TaCaYl.'t. Taylor. Co- passage approval thereof by the Town
lu'iiliia. Nassau. Duial Sumpter. Jefferson. Council and Mayor respectively! to publ sh NOTICE TO CONTR\CTORS.

again.If Lee. Monroe, l'utnam. Volu Hamilton. (- said ordinance once a week for four consecutive of
To the Sheriff of Bradford County of the !m. I Te joint. hon-ts rf crun.y comm'ssio
weeks weeks in the Bradford
he had home he have Rroward. Liberty. Hernando. CnlnlyT.I.trar.h. receive
gone might State r-f Florida r-bi| ard counties wi
: PMofor
:! : I'inillas! n.\ rd. Palm Reach and Levy shallc'pire a nesspauer IHLlbh..1 in the T.w. Lids for -J" feet
I. met a tired disillusioned woman Be it known That I, H. Clay Crawford of Star'",. Bralford County. Floriela. in order scaled co..lt'lcti.o
? of State of the State of Florida do"r..Ly on the first ltday inpri. 1121 : all of brides work and 1.SrtV cubic >:trds of
whose meteoric career had ended as H"'lar give notice that a I" r .nator to b .' year Ins that the property own.n or other persons in- I sTill work ncrev-s O'lMi! erw-k at Ovatt's
te might l afforded notice of
the
>e

it had when the ELECTION their term of .al p"r.i. on the fint r..t.o provisions Fort on Dixie Highwau tetwe-en .
swiftly as begun movIng C.ENKRXL. 1.i.I..r.C.
of the said ordi.nance _
I 'nill lie hild in Bradford County. State of Monday! in April. I9. : All m'ml.r of the "no tquirem'nl and Ellisihl.'. jn We'i'ni's.lnv.! O'.t..r .
knocked the bottom out \ ample opportunity to presenteibjections
pictures Florida Tuesday next succeeding the H u-e' of Re'pi'sentativeS elected at the general P'16.! at bridve site, said work to con-

of the theater business. Lizzie Brough Momlay. on in November, A. D. 1916 the frt election on the i!fi-st I'M"Mond-iv their term in A.pnl.of office 1921.shall andtrertnftir eiuirements atain.t of the the said.nCnr'm.nt ordinancewhich of the said re- -tru:tr cc.r.lir. to tue"oliowing |>Ll* and

ton had retired with a few thousand Fnt-,Iay I tint theSEVENTH t"lli. by the of the ordinance were specifications :
) the of office of all members of ,1.-tiul t.ml
, DAY OF NOVEMBER t'rr Kids will be reCe'iieei until If I o'clock em
dollars and was waiting hopelessly for States Senator from the State th Juu"f n .tntativis shall commence l sulmit.t! :'n .wrtnt; to the Town Council said : I
F.l'nitt.1 on 7 : ck I'. M.. the Fifth tatp.
the man whcm she had three times '>f Florida for six years from March -4. l'7.lor nn 't prl" !f n.,syrenitnir Tuesdiv after the the, first :Mondayin At the elay of .."trmbr.L.Corl. 1U6.! specifically and clearly ( (Cl-arin of Ja.f W T. stall 1 1
Six 6i Presidential El'ctor.F.r .I.ti'n. The trve-i stumns 8.1 ; I.r.h 1 .
I spurned. one Repre-.e>ntative of the Second Con- general election! in l'>20 and thereafter all setting the reasons. any propi, rty I. cut at least two feet I d b'v tn.e gnnL> line I
; owner or other intere-stetl might have .
Then came the Cay when the Phoenix ,'n-sional District of the State of Florida Senator to be elected hal be elected for a and desire tee .Jfnn.ngainu.t the nt of width of fifty feet and "!" fl. longDispnoal .
"f four the to l theti't UN. .nCor..n" I II
irm on
United term years ci flru.h.All .
of the t.r,1
; 1A company went to pieces after the ,in theSixtyfifth Congress T'l. jay aft,,. the first Mundav in April the ,",,'jiuns. of the said ordinance. I timber natter '
: 1..ri-hat
Ktates. :; \S. th' said ordinance 1
; O"t.11
ubl.-n-
which devastated of the >ear, except that when a new I Will was be ned right of va an.! :
great fire an entire r..1 ( "lerneir of the State of Florida. ruluwinC id as .. in the Bradford County Tel.- to re n tl. > .
of te of the State of C' -tty' .n.U..1 th'. Ittislatun shall at that .,1,1 > for burr in-. i
city. And Dan, with seven thousand For Secretary li-",' fi\ of the of the firstSi rrapu. th.! i ublication thereof IK ing male on uitl'I.rid-c
I.n\th tl.'n Speci
Florida. the- Ith. llth. Isth. and .Ilth of I .atilnM.
I I in the bank, resolved to seek his early 'r General of the State of Flor- nator to be electid thirefmm at two or four I I the days AUIU.I.Ia. Beto I. en-ctei' th the following sta- .
1 Mtorney vear vi th the end in view of keeping the an 1st ,1:1' of "I'I' mfwr. 1016 : and I:
home and forget all the ambitions that "! WHEREAS. the said Town did : I I tions: : II
I 'For Comptroller! of the Stat of Florida. n'l.rbi r of old! .,'r.ltur in balance' with the I at the time and place! C..unci the ni" Stations :1 ,nd I a :rMire of 53 ft'e Station | |

i ho had ever possessed. And there he Kir Treasurer of the of Florida. nuiilx r e.f the ne w. caneaoresail for n1ntun.t. of orti.1. .I 5. a brid/e of 4.> fe< t. Stathine 9 and : J,
I met Lizzie Broughtcn again. For Sa rint..n.l.'nt of In-truct.on of See'tion 1 of .\rir. VII of the Cen.'titutin -' purpe. nl :I 1'i -i l-r-d'e o' ':.> .t. Making a >.,ul of !
| e p.lr. fol-( ing -eparately each and <-' protect that .
as to as .r '
:- htnby so
His fourth 11 Mate of Florida.'i nat night lie properly fie! >d airainst the enforcement -'.I all I.r.I.. of Jli fe-et
| proposal was when they ,_ ;
ljv : I round piinnot!
of Agriculture of the Saul liriulge s to "t on t

: /; i were walking along! the country lane iiite r of Commissioner Florida.( : ... .--ular session of the LeRi!latii"e that th. said of e the irdmani provisioteand but no person 1"IOir'm'nts at>;"tn'.1 $orpreenteil if :, |I. ,s thin tin '>.,. 11 !..< 1 r an*. . the
.t For Two of the Supreme Court of -Ki'l( miet in 11 7 shal! aPI.'rti.n reprentati.m :. least three (cit in th.' eii,,n.t1 "i ng tel >
tthe enforce.ment
? f/i together, a pair of lovers no longer th.. e' of I.ar. either f.i PI or cy- 11press
there-ot :
The worth and of life PI th \rticle preivided. which apportionm.nl i I under each L
; .1
young. beauty 1'i T" Railroad Cjmnv' I I uII i. bait>il opon the last taken ly I nth'r..run. I '. sills It t 12 fe-et '.>nj jT
c.rFu I i can to *
of Florida.For Council of the Town I. .
had been extinguished for them, and .r Starve in the t1
State S.nator for l..th Senatorial Dig- the State of Florida or ly the t.nil.. Statvs. eit Flt\ri la : tt I'(I'th.. "ii'! flatten-l e>li ene-h snle to only the pale ashes of forgotten fires of the State of which tier i- thelast taVen. in the s'vl.'ri Section I thicVne"s ( he run ilt for a
'r 1. That
kindled their heartsat Two Memliers Fori.la.For House of R'pr.s""I"Ii.s ..- countie-s of the State and those that shallmeet !I or.IAanc. number > ot I di-tanr. two (' \6--2 J.t and
;: gleamed as they th. the ordinances of the Starke. FI.>::, i.tastel C..t :
of the State of Florida. e\'Er ten }.ar th..aCt..r shal apportion -, on the fir-t dav of 1916. by the .ilh inches lonj to le ecurelv naij-el wth
the scant flame. in the of \u-u-t.
For County Judge. representation Rep penny nails on -h side eif th! center
T."n Council I of the Town of Starke. and .
"111 tell you what the trouble was For Sheriff. ". .' :.it ;in the nanner In this Ari.l... In' 'I apnroved on .\u t 2. 191B., by the Major piling and the cap sill :
". which i.iiirtj.iriit'nt
hi. upon
with us, Lizzie," said Dan. "We wanted Tor Clerk County of Asvss the Circuit e-f (ourt.s. \ ile last c.n.us t. bhal taken by the I e>f the said Town, I. and the same i hereby End center pi'inir piling to be and 12 e-'uftips feitf a"ar e>,ttntil'and fatl.n.1M : feet
rlr
State of Florida or by the United States eonfrm.d .
feet
what isn't attainable.'e weren't the sill *
Tax hlo. cap
For
That the Clerk! is ant
"When I'm Tired of Success" She An Col.cur. Public In- 1.1.'ti ever the last taken before theI hereby in"tne. of bridge for tanister
happy when we were poor and we'werent For C"ulty :.rintend< nt of "is'iture so i the representation I ed to publish this ordinance in the Hra.nr.1 nbo'e thefloeiring I h. I
<
appori"ninJ .' pewts Clamps to tw "xfi1 feet litnK. securely -
swered. >true I i in <\unty Teleetranh. a newspaper pub'ished
when we were rich. And now Surie or. shall cOo'.Ie. I to pile and cap si'l: with .10 pen-
For County in
> we-e-kly the Town of in naill
Cuntitu-
of the
of tarl.
Section 4 Ftita.
Broughton encountered his old sweet we've had our lesson. Will you helpme For Fie County C'mmissi'ner. tien is Ari.l.. VI as to read as fol II I such manner and for such t me cus- | ny nail
Board hereby be- f.I rxcei.t unI.'rthe
\ to ten
Members of the County apart
Time in the
For h mary of the I !.nt
made try to forget all that has passed prmuilatiun or.lnancH 55 '" tob" eleven
heart. The guests laughingly a .f Public Instruction."or lowsVh'n is created by the i 'h. said Town. fist brilp. .' an
around them and the two afteran since the first time?" Justice of the Peace in and for the any new county Section 1. This ordinance co into efct f. feet long. .
Senatorand
ring be
I it to one Fhal ,
Lisatul .nlit..t Ml ftrinirers to and
viz .hal I I. toap orefoot
Justice DistrIcts, : immediate hI
Lizzie looked at him with her old of upon passaue and ai'-
Colo.\in. the Representatives i.
uncomfortable moment shook I e-ne ni ml..r l"u 1 I'reival( by the best interest of the at the joints raid jv'nts e nly to niadef
frankness. "Yes Dan and : unt I the next .num'rtiln l.rlhl'.1 for llyur. || I nailed with 61) 0
hands. In that moment all resentmentdied I'm-sorry, o. Two. SVotion; ".. of thi lie Town ,' over cap sis an se-unly
V
hal
she murmured. No. Three. H Artie.. Passed on this the 5th day! of September. penny .
out of Dan's heart and he determined No. Fii'ir. taken after the the > newcounty. 1916. Fie stringers to b<. placed under the full V

to make more of himself so V Fiie. or until the rest census enumerationthat length of the bridge.Flooring .
the States it E. S. M VTTHEWS.Mtv I
betaken by
hal lnit.t to be i\8 :J fe-e-t long.Itanieter .

that he could some day hope to win HONEST MAN IS HAPPIEST No.No. Six.Seien.No. .\ "the shall creation the sooner th. said be taken new .C. .\. FUTCH.Town Chairman of Council! to lie capped and O\t1 .0 two ll p

her again. county whcle\. sides; l\fi.
F.ight."o. CI..rkJ'JI..t "iti
rf the said whent ,
after the creation new county ..
Dan's story was known to everyone Conduct Character and Prosperity Are ". Nine. shall be entitled to one member of the .\ this: 5th day of Septemlier. 1UI8 A di.tan b.an.. KB ti I placed at lh proper tAll
No. Ten. C. F. HOOVER.
He had secured a place in tho Three Things Generally Foundin No. Eleien. House of of Representative's or the for e\ery major ten fraction thousand Mayor of Tow n of Starke. F'lor'da material be ol .'.It h'ar. pine lumber. -

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Phoenix Insurance company and now Conjunction.We For. Constable and for the following Jus- thereof I.'puiaton... same other counties." 1.Q.a, VbutM'ntn.A '

at assistant tic Districts.iz: .\ JOINT RESOLITT'OX Proposinc an amendment -----
twenty-nine, was already Number One. standard tiiibe-r .iliutmi nt to !; ii'acedat
to Section 1 of .\rir.1 of theConstitution NOTICE OF FISAi DISCHARGE.
manager, drawing some three thou- have noticed the happiest ma Number Two. ('C the .' as the end of all briiltis.
Six after date hereof on the
mt"t"s towit. Grade Spec5catinns.The .
sand dollars. It had been a meteoricrise. many a time. He works for his living Number Number Three.Four. amended bv Joint Resolution No. 2, Acts 14th day of January 1917, I nil present my grade t'. be 11 hit wide on top. and t 4sloiw

Dan's return was a day of pride and he gets a good one. One thingwe Number Five.Number of 1118.. Relating to Suffrage and Eligibility. vouc.r and final account to the Honorbl. to be I'.. to I. ind I the height lie- i

County Judge of Bradford Ill per cent above the le-iel of I
I! to North End. notice is he is a man of fine hab- Number Six.Seven. I'E it KeioUfd by tIes Legislature of the State county Flord.rartin.r... a administrator of the estate said survey for .i!. al" &alt cxct'It. now in sta-seton

But that Miss Broughton was drawing its; doesn't squander a cent. lie saves Number Eirht. cf Honda : Section 1 of . deceased and asked to thin fi. beginning at nc end of brdae, it ito
the amendment to !
five hundred dollars weekly staggered his and is Number Nine.Number That Culc.winl be dischraged as such administrator b I feet wile (.) 50 feet f,', pas
j. money getting ready to buy of ..Article \ Constitution of the State This the 14th day of July 1916 I

everybody and Dan not least. Ten. of FI.ri la I* and the same is hereby agreed D. W. MANNING.Administrator ..
He loves his home
; some property. Number Eleven.In of \ Iii rm of fet to left on each fide of
Dan had hereunto set to and shall 1. submitted to the .I.-tor of the estate of D. S. Wheeler traileof original unbroken earth. A'I(
gone to a good many theatersin plays with the children, reads good test:mony ihereof. I ha\1 the State at the general election in 1916 for ditchesto
the Great Seal of thestate d.r.aed. 7-ll-6mo sI'.pe| from reia.l It.) 1. IIs
New York and he had never heardof books and with his my hand and Kth.t ratification or rejection :
keeps company .'.
of Tallahassee. the Capital male of the age of -- A. bunt of il.OOii Is- requin-d of the .

Miss Broughton."I'm wife. Because of his good habits he this the \ ) day of .August, .\. D. Section 1 years Fiery and upwards pl.'ron who i is a cit.-: NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE bidder b.o. .nlpritl int" contract .

sure I congratulate you." he saves a little which will give him a 1916. zen h\'nty-n.of the States at the time he applies Six months after date I will present to the for. faithful performfctc.- c.of contrail
lnitl.'d Tvn above
work l-e'Iet
CLAY CRAWFORDD.I to t'i the l'.wes.t and .
aid to her. and any touch of dcubt chance to make an investment.And ( *. S.) I. S.'rtar of State. to at n'li.h'r all ,' 'shal be ,t.ml Constitutionof a qualifiedelector Hon.! Geo.county A. rar.'in-r.Florida,a my County,ou.hpr Jud' e and i fBradford test bnlder, but the P.mrds .rl. tbe right .

was swept away by the frankness of there is another thing-he is TS. H fE:1RK.. Sheriff. Bradford the State 4>f F'lorida. pr\id..1 that he pcwscsstw final accounts as \drmmstratnx of the esaie to reject any and al Uuls.

her smile. reliable lie does work. County. 9.1- t wing : of S. J. Sternburg. late of Bradford county All biI.lel ar I.'ie-ted to bhoo"rlrall..' I
a man. good for br d .
amounts e wor and for work
*
shall have resided and had for da. deceased! and ask to dischargedas Irld.
He
hi p.na. b -
"Thank you, answered the girl. lie will not smoth over bad work. He _. ---- nent home and place or atxxle in the Mate or such \dministratrix. -J. n. ,
Chairman Board Count ,
"And my congratulaticns: to you also." Is honest in whatever he does. Every F'lonla for one year and in the county wherein This the 18th day of Auvust. 1916. ford County. Floridb.:'. CommissionBrad

They had both planned to leave by NOTICE OF ELECTIONWHERE he applies to register for six months previous ANG1E STERNHURG.Administratrix Per D. W. l'IXI
dollar he gets represents just that thereto.He of the estate of S. J. Stern- LS1ER. P". Tern.

an early train the following morning. much honest labor. It is this largely \S. The Legislature of 1915. under must be able to read write and interpret burg. de-ceased. S-H-6m 9153t. C

Dan had perforce the task of seeing that makes him prosperous and happy. the Const tution of 18S5. of the State of Flor- anyti.n of the Constitution of the .__ .u .__ __ __ ---.- -
: Joint Resolutions State of Florida at th' time he applies to reirjster NOTICE OF FIVAL DISCIIRGE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Tn DEED
. Miss da. di I three ,
Broughton aboard. When the pass 11;
Water keeps its own level and so ing amendments to the Constitution th. and vote.He Six months after th's date, to-wit. on the I'NP-ER SE'TlIOF CHAPTER.

:, train had started and North End was does conduct and character and pros- ,tatt' of Florida and the same were agreed to I must own in hU own right property to 29th day of January, 1917. I will present to 4ss, LAWS OF FLORIDA! ;

! only a memory, the girl turned to him perity. If a man is mean and low. so by a vote of three-fifths of al the members the value of not lest than file hundl.d dol by the Honorable George A. Gardiner', a County Hereby notice is .". n that W. '.1Vain-
e'ccttd to each house : that totes on said :ar.'hi h fact shall tie c..t..r'n..1 only JU.11 of Bradford Cotnty. Flonda. my vouchers writ ht. purchaser of tat. tale certilirhnum-

and said: will the consequences be. lie cannotbe Joint; Resolutions were .nt.rl upon their respective -i' the ase-ssment books of at the and final accounts as executor of the last irred respectively 129 4'id l"4. issM(). |,y the /.

"I suppose you knew that I was not one thing and his experience an i Journals with th. yeas and nays time he applies to register and vote. will and testament of W H. Rivers deceased Tax Cedlee-tor for f.a.foro county, f'lorida, :

thereon and they did determ ne and direct I He must not la"1 been con\icl"1 pl'iou9to and ask to be dis-narged a* such utor. each of said ctr.fca'' date4he 3rd
I .
telling the truth abut myself? other. A low-lived! man may grow rich that the said Joint Resolutions be submitted the time he applies to Jli t.r vote of This the H-t day of July 191S. jay of \ugu.-t lil4. has fiief. the .air

Dan was startled. "I own I did SUSpect and happy, but it wili not be for long.An'bol to the .I.'tor of the State at the General larceny nI.h'ry. fonrery. per'nry or bril.r of the J. E. Ft'TCH "e r'l'i.a'es in my offici and has mAiiv a.tl.
he Noiember 1916. in any of the courts of any State or F..cttor "' the Vt Will Tenta-mnt of -ar for tax Jeed tf issue in .veordancee
admitted. "But afterward I !) can tell what's the matter Election NOW. in THEREFORE. I. II CLAY CRVW- i 'nited Stat,'. or if so convicted he must W. H. deceaid.NOTICE lt T-i'-fimo tl '',w The said ..rtificates r-vi>ectivelvni'iace I

had Implicit faith In you. You are not -itb. a man if he is with him a day; FORt Secretary of State of the State of '.,.1 be'en restored to the rights of citizenship nn.r. -- -- the f.owinl:! lan.l- in Bradfordi.i ;

making five hundred?" Florida do hen by gpe notice that aGESER.L : OF APPI ICATIOV FOR TAX HEEI "!Y. Flonda assetsH at the dt'e .,( the
he will soon: see if the other is a l'roe'el'd. however. That no person or lincendant .
ELECTIONwill UMJEK HCTIX OF \ issuance of such c rij"llt in the hi ne reetsetitelv -

"Not fifty," answered the girl wear spleen, a stomach an uplift or a hope be held in each county in Florida on '. of any such person who was on I'.s', FIORIIU.N'otice .' far lularly _t forth tj

ily. "1 have just an humble part in the -Ohio State Jcurnal. Tm day next surr''dinJ the first Monday in January frt I*'!, or prior th..to.and laws tnlitl..dto of is her, Ly cnen that Wm. E.Iwardpurcbaser to-wit : tCertificate

Nonnilier. A. D U'16 the said Tuesday I..in\ vote the Ccnstitution of Ta' Certificate No I;. dated! No. 129 embrace th .c'iv', i>f

company. I couldn't bear to go homo the any .' the States or Territories or ..ntitJ'd thetrd day of \ugust \. D I'>I. has filed: SE1 :o. :c:, II". 6, F. ::: E., aln. tt.sessed .

and let them think me a failure." Prayer of thr College Grad. SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER M'i under any form of government. tr an\ said certificate in my i,ffice and has made! .e>- L. t Little. -

"111 tell the naturalized citizen or his docendants.! shl nliratn: n for tax deed to i".u. in aecordaniMti 1 ('..rifcat. No. 174 tbrart the !E'. "f r

you trupj about myI Show me this day how to increasemy l. d..ni..e the right to register ane vote 1.- : law. Said certificate .ob.r. th- ful- NI:' !*. 1. Tp. -;. S 1t 4'> .. B ,
.
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: E 1.
self said Dan, giving back confidencefor vast store of polite: Impertinence .ause h. shall not be alle to write and 'uwirr discriU'd "roitrty that.'I in 1..< I s.-< d ,. Little. '

confidence. "Cf course I'm not Notice of Application for Tax ieedl'nder interpret any Section of the Constitut on eif ''or.l e-eiunty. Florida! to-wif, S' of NE'i filler* said certifieat 4 hal! lie it-eWmed
assistant to clever
Help me acquire a man
because
I Section 8 of Chapter the State of Florida as above providid. or of SEI ,. See |o. Tp. 7. S. R. 22 E. -i acres ac..rdll to law tat tied 'i is
I. manager. I'm getting twenty- ner of speech and style of dress that -888. he si-all not own property of the \'alu. The said! 'and I.inc a'p' si.el| at the "!ate of ." "C KHh day of Oct"bcr.; I>. ;!lR

live dollars and-I save up two dollars will make me ostentatiously unlike all Laws of Florida. al.,1 specified : nattralzec citizens e.f the the i.Fu.lnc. of such certificate in the' name '\ itnc s my official signature and teal this

Notice is hereby that F. Flume I'nited Statehow < r. .' time they apply ..f I., M Little.I'n'ess th JUh day cf August! A. I). 1916.
a week to make a splurge at home others of my kind. given and before they shall be admitted to register, said certificatehall; reileemid a- W. T. ECFC3.

when I go back, each summer. It's Increase my superiority over my purchaser of tax certificate Xo. 191, shall present to the mristratiem officer certificate ""r.lnl to law. tax deed wi issue the Teen SF'. ,.. Clerk fircn.t Coart.

quite ban ta: got through a hundred in elders, especially those who have not dated the :"rd day of August, A. D. of his therc-of.natural zatiun. or a dulv authenticated on Ih."th day of -tiber ). 1916. 9-15-51. ,
in copy \ tn.>s" my oTicial < mature and s.al this .
three days at home when one ofthem's risen above doing the commonplaceand 1914-, has filed said certificate my Section 2. Upon the adoption of this amend the ''h day of September .\. D W*. --- -

Sunday." office and\ has naJe application for nt to. the Constitution, the L.ciislatureshal! W. T. WEEKS. NOTICE OF I HIICATION.

nece'ssary things of !life. in accordance with enact" appropriate laws to rarr the purpose '..-- t. iSEAL' Clerk Circuit Court U S. Land Offc. al (;Umtsville-! Florida.September .

I The girl put out her hand and they I Lead me to the celebrities, that I tax deed to issue of this amendment into ; 16. 1916.
shook law Said certificate embraces the follow Notice is here-by given that ColoneV. Shawof
with the ORDINANCE
frankly. know them and speak of them Tie cast in compliance p! NO. t.t.
may \ott ; .
"Say. in described property situated in posed amendments and the (tanvass declara- n ordinance amending section I'M of the Brooker. F'londa. > '' .: July ?' 1913.
Lizzie. said Dan adopting I casually by their first names and thus ? towit t'.ons; returns thereof shall lie Fubjeh.dt" r,' !ili.d Or.inan.t of a ".n.rl nature of lade adjoining farm homestead. No "1: 1S.
the old Bradford County Florida. : ant for 5 of Sec'iem :*. Tovmrhip : S .
phraseology "you know I love increase my prestige among the the same reputations and restrictions as tK Town of t-tarke. relating to hot eif ill Lt > P.nj"
South three-quarter of XE one- law for general elect one in fame 2<> Talaha. Meridian, has Fttd not c"
you Just rrovided by
as much. t'an't ? are
we- set. who look at me for stand- make Three
younger of Year ijf'uof. to
one-fourth. Sec. 12. Tp. the State of Florida lie It and enacted by the aldermenof inl.ntion
She shook fourth of XE orain.'c establish claim! to tie (land
her head. "Not till I've ards. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I the Stark,. in council a-.mi.I..d. al.J'rt.d

made good. Dan" she answered. *. S. R. E., SO acres. Te said land have hereunto set my hand andaffixed Section That the aid section Ifi" of the'Codifieel before Register i ReOi-ivir, C.QiJ
Give which will : 1
me personality, enable
"And being assessed at the of the is- the Crest Seal of the Orilanct of a Gpf.rl Nature of Florida on the 2nd day of Xo,... .

then? me to assert myself in all mat- i SEAL State vvf florida at Tallahassee the Town :' relating to houses of Claimant names as witnesses :

"Perhaps." she answered enigmatically. ; ters-to "put it over" my friends and uanca of such certificate in the name the Capited. this the twenty- 'II 1! fame, hereby tarl. so a to read as I). ,I Mulphurs, .f 1r.kt (''r d. .

I \ of Unknown. Unless said certificate fifth day of July. A. D. 1916. follows : J. :1 Shaw of Ir.lhr. C !

enemies upon all occasions especially according to law, H CLAY CRAWFORD. Section 160. HOUSES OF ILL FAME L. Shaw. of Br."h.r. F'lorida. '
redeemed
She left him at the station: and refused those who know not the limitations of !hall be .--4-4t Secretary of State house of ill fame and any house dw.t."ni. Leonard Cru-by. cf ".. FlordaFOBT.
will issue there on on the J..r W. l'A Vt5. !
; tax deed withinII. i
place
to room. premises or other
tell
him where she lived. college wisdom, but remain dumb .- -
I Thereafter he my "Oth day of October. A. D. l studied the of the -
casts before clevercess.
my Witness official signature and Starke. Florida Counci Chambr. September f( prostitution or known or notoriously renuted '- :

companies diligently but he never saw And finally help me to a big job In- my 5. jCj5. t be> the resort of pmfutt. or perens 0
Lizzie Broughton's zeal this the 2t5th day of September, FE IT REMEMBERED that at a meet'ng of lewd character i*. th. same ilef'artd -
name. And the work and responsibility, Optlmlitlc
volving great .
A. D. 1916. W. T. WEEKS, of the Town Council of the Town of Starke iv to be a disorderly house dan. Thought
next year when he went home she had which I can delegate to underlie?* Bradford County. Florida. held in pursuance verous to th peace and morals of the Town I the eddies.. l.ere you let expect -

not been there. and still draw for myself the large Clerk Circuit Court of Ordirance number j6 of the Ordinances of and all ntr-oni kepfg.. res'ding in, frequentin It. there cay Le I flsh. I

l. Two I Seal) 9-29-5t said Town passed on the first day of August, "-, or at any tm.: found in sr. are hereby
years passed. Dan had been w'vy attached thereto.-Life.













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-.;Vr J I :.i I[ ...,.",.t/J. ..*. ._...-", ..-mwrY.'wlfYf liberal. his bakery in Lake Butler. pent Sunday here with his parents, I IIr. several days trip-to Jacksonville' 3;
t I '" ... !>'#-t.. ..... The part of the church set apart and Mrs. ,W. C. Whitten was a business -1\ and Mrs. B. I. Ta'lor.liss points on the East Coast. 'iM
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r 1 \ now built is the annex and placed on visitor to Starke Monday.Mrs. ) Loca Johnson left Saturday for Six county convicts are calIJpeJ}

the rear of the lot. When the congregation R. II. Weaver received word Brooker, where she will teach in the Raiford and are working the roadt j
I ?-,i! County News 1 is able to luild the auditoriumin Friday night of the death of her father high school this year. tween here and I.ake Butler. '
Items
t front as planned, then the part of Mr. A. A. Parnell, of Lake City. I[' Mayor J. E. Byrd and family at- :Mrs. F. A. Si-ott: district nurse fj
: the church they now have will be cut Mrs.: Weaver left Wednesday morning tended the dedication of the new the State Board of Health, -spent" '

\! '"- into Sunday school rooms by partitions for Lake City. Christian church in Lake Butler Sun- day afternoon in Raiford.Irs.: _

'! i 1 latercatlntf facts Gathered During the Week by OurRegular so as to give the church a modern Mr. J. J. Thomas, of Wateroak, is day. I spoke to the children of the Raifor Seotf

i I! i.l Correspondent equipment for the Bible school and. visiting friends here this week. j! Mr. B. J. Rosier, of the RosierBridge school, on matters of health. { .
I lli 1 ( young people's special work. Miss Dora Johnson is filling) Mrs. ] section, was among the business Mr. H. C. Richard of Starke, ;

. I -,1 Rev. II. F. Cooke, assisted by the R. H. Weaver's place as teacher in the visitors here Monday.Mr. I a lousiness'i.itor to p.airordv_ay,
:
. 0 pastor, will continue the meetings school during Mrs. Weaver's absence.Mr. : B. D. Kelly left Thursday for day.
\ B through the week, including next Sun- J. D. Padgett, of Lake Butler, I
\9 \9 visitor to Lawtey last Sunday.Mrs. .
business visitor here .
'I I day. was a Monday.Mr.
J. McLeod in Starke
0 was
Attention of the ladies of Lake But- J. B. Koier, of the Redding '

,'., MILLER. o Tuesday. ler church is called to the preparationfor Bridge section' was a business visitor PUBLIC
SPEAKINGAT
Miss Ola Mathis visited relatives
0 the bazaar to be held by them during here Saturday.Mr. .
!-- '/ !' '!' + .!TI1I friends at Glen St. Marys Friday i the coming fair. R. J. Andrews, of Dukes, one

:. Militr school opened last Monday and Saturday.Mr. Xext Sunday is the regular preaching of Bradford county's most progressive -
with Prof. X.V.. Hall as principal 0. J. Phillips, who is working day for the Raiford church and farmers, was shaking hands with
\ I and Miss Kate Douglass as assistant. with the Lawtey Telephone Co., was a Rev. Coleman will fill the appointment friends: in Raiford Saturday.Mr. .

The opening attendance was not as visitor here Sunday.The preaching at the usual hours. W. A. Sparkman was hauling STARKE FLORIDA
school is
gcod as it should have been. We hopeto Enterprise progressing cotton to the Andrews gins here Sat- ,
under the of :Mr
nicely
management
have a full attendance by next urday.
Dedication Sen ices.
; Monday. Brady Bryan, of Raiford, as princi- Voluntary. Mr. M. J. Xewsom, district deputyof WEDNESDAY OCTOBER llth.

Several of the patrons were presentand pal. the Modern Woodman of America
)Ir. Jim Futch business Doxology.Invocation.
was transacting -
Hon. H. C. Peeples delivered an visiting here this week.
: address along educational lines which in Starke Monday.Mr. Mr. S. J. Rosier, of Evergreen, wasa
ONE O'CLOCK P. M
i way very instructive. Vasco Crawford was transactin Hymn, "Holy, Holy, Holy. business visitor here Saturday.Rev. -
business in Jacksonville Saturday Hymn, "I Love Thy Kingdom.
t Carl Brown and Earle Peeples, who and W. L. Overstreet, of Lake Butler -
;. t if't i have been attending school at Fort afternoon.Mr. Scripture "reading prayer. stopped over a short while in our
\ II. S. Billiard attended Quartette, 'Jesus Lover of my Soul"Sermon "
White and Mrs. HON. W. R. O'NEAL Republican Candidate -
his b
returned home last Saturday by II. F. Cooke. town Tuesday on return from occlenny ,
tn enter school here. I preaching at Emanuel Sunday. in where he preached Sunday.Mr. for U. S. Senator.
Dedicatory Congregation
notes for the prayer
have
i I If you any news
The ginning plant of the Brown Gin Tom Andrews was hauling cot-


i + T. H. Waters and family visited relatives I, lespondent.Mr. Rev. R. 0. Wright, of Lawtey, spent :. .
Remarks by'i'iting' ministers. J
; Brady Bryan, our school principal Governor of Florida.
: near Lake Butler last week. several l days here this w 'ek.
business in the Closing song, "Calling the Prodigal"Benediction.
was transacting .
Mrs. Mary Dixon, of Baker county, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Dowling and "
.1 sister of Mrs. Roland Thomas, was county seat Monday. daughter, Miss: Alice, were visiting at JUDGE JOHN M. CHENEY, Candidatefor
buried at Mt. Zion cemetery last Sat- Mrs. J. S. Mathis, who has been ill, t he home of Hon. S. T. Dowling! Sat-
urday. She had been confined to her \\n slowly improving.Mr. :Mr. F. F. Stump, of Starke, will urday.Mr.. Judge of the Supreme Court.

} bed for some time when death came to : J. S. Xorman was transacting move in the hardware store now occu- Will Stallinps, of the Rosier
end her sufferings.Mrs. ':us dn'ss in Starke Saturday.Mr. pied by Mr. J. H. Scarboro. Mr. Scar- Bridge section, was a business visitor JUDGE WILLIAM M. GOBER, Candidate 1

E. B. Hiers, of Dukes, visited J. M. Muse was attending to lioro will move his store into the Flor- here Monday.Mr. for Congress, Second Cong. Dist. ,
v-incss affairs in Starke last Satur-
i her daughter, Mrs. II. S. Miller several : ida Furniture Co. J. II. Denmark and family!
1 days of last week. da.'. Mrs. J. W. Hilton and children are drove to Starke Monday in their automobile. Assisted by other candidates on the REPUBLICAN
I Miss Virgie Thomas left last :Monday Mr. Alfred :Muse still makes his spending several months in the homeof ] .
daiy'its! to Lawtey in the interestf Mr. W. A. Bailey so the childrencan State Ticket will address the
to take charge of the Five :Mile Mr. Xathan Padgett, of Macclenny,
;I ,: School. -- his farm. attend school here.BROOKER.. was visiting !in Raiford Sunday. people of STARKE and BRADFORDon

ii. I, Jt Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Greene made .;'1
t I I ,? '"v0000000000000 ; y GcJJ 00 000J0 ,;' ,!' <> \9 ,> 0 trip to Live Oak in their auto last a the issues of the day. All persons,

., t @\ 6 week to visit Mrs. Greene's father.
0 regardless of political opinions :
<., HIGHLAND.u > LAKE BUTLER. a s Hon. J. C. Luning spent from Saturday are requested -

", I '!' oL to Monday night visiting at the to attend and hear these dis .
000OOOOOOOOOOA ,aA A0000ACaA0 r,
1 OOOOOOOOOOAAt state farm at Raiford. ''
I! A jolly party of Starke folks mo- :Mr. Virgil Edwards had the misfortune Mrs. J. B| Crews, of near Long Mrs. Dr. Handley and little son, tinguished speakers.Henry'S. .
t l i to mash his foot badly last Monday is the week with her
I tored to Highland Sunday and were Bridge, spending Tom, ]left Thursday for a visit with
the guests of :Mr. and :Mrs. H. C. Wim- by a log rolling on it. daughter, Mrs. M. S. Hayes, of this Mrs. Handley's mother, Mrs. M. F. : .. Chubb, Newell B. Hull,
I ( Mrs. II. R. Grny, of Jacksonville! place. Marshal in Decatur Ga.
berly. They were the Misses Lunette Chairman Rep. State Chairman forBradford
I Register and Etta Register and Miss passed through Lake" Butler Sunday, Mrs. G. W. Crawford, of Alachua, Mr. J. L. Douglass, of Lake Butlerwas
i Eva Powell; :Messrs. Ellery Davis and enroute to Providence to attend the was visiting at the home of her sister the guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Central Com. of Fla. Co.

I -; Powell Carpenter.Mrs. funeral of her bother's wife, Mrs. Hiram :Mrs. E. L. Crosby, the first of the Taylor, at Raiford Sunday.Mr. ______ u_ n_ u. __ ___ ______. __. ___ __ ._ _

:,, l ; Starke: Monday.L. A. Marr was shopping in Sapp Sapp died, who at Palmetto lives at ,Palmetto.but the body Mrs. week.Miss Edyth Warren was shopping in i I parents. E. :M.this Gunter week.is here visitinghis ........ +!.!+!+!+!+!+?+!+!+!+ + +!'+!+,.!.!+!.!+s.. + .

i Mr. T. N. Limbaugh was a business was brought and placed in the family Starke last Monday. Mrs. Pearl Branning, with her little

,, visitor here Monday.The burying ground at Providence.Mrs. Mrs. M.\ E. Crews, who has been daughter, Ida, and niece, Edna Starling f. AL.CREVSBLACKSMITH %
: W. II. Stewart, who has been I IZ
Seaboard Air Line is adding spending several days here with her were visiting the family of her
much to the appearance of our depot quite sick is much better. parents, returned to her home at Xew brother, Hon. S. T. Dowling, several Z AND WHEELWRIGHT
I by having it painted. Miss Gertrude Leahman, of St. Petersburg berry Tuesday morning. days of last week. .
l Miss Esther Thomas, of Lawtey, is spending a few days with Miss Julia Anderson is spending the The A. D. Andrews Mercantile Co. + HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY

was the'guest of Miss Winnifred Wim- Mrs. D. W. Pinholster.Mr. week with her uncle, Mr. L. M. An received a large shipment of furni- SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
berly Sunday. R. W. Pinholster, of Tarponpring's derson, of near Lacrosse. ture last week.

; 1 Mr. H. C. Wimberly, Jr., left Saturday spent a few days with his :Miss :Marguerite Shriver ]left last Mr. Asa Wadsworth, of Lake Butler :t RAIFORD FLORIDA
i to open the Jonesville school parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Pinhol Sunday by auto for Lake City where visited Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Taylor Sun-
\ Monday ster last week. shell enter Columbia College. day.
morning. *Ai1s"rE+t fi.!fiieA!.8+$+3ivA0 t OOtf 3h 1SfFF8'"
I t Dr. G. W. Brown, of Lawtey, was a Misses Agnes and Gladys Gardinerand :Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Thomas are Miss\ Thelma Knight, of Lake But-
Kathleen Alvarez, also Messrs spending several days with relatives; ler .
here -
,i business visitor here Friday. spent Saturday and Sunday --- --- ---- -- --- -.
J H. C. Wimberly was transacting Zack Roberts and Gary Ennis, o f near Dukes. the guest of her sister, Mrs. L. C.

business in Jacksonville Friday.Mr. Starke, visited Mr. and Mrs. G. A :Mr.: W. H. Hayes, of Alachua, was Taylor.Mr. LELAND SOFT PHOSPHATETHE

and Mrs. E. Carter are the Epperson and family last Sunday. in Brooker Tuesday buying cotton. : T. B. Handley made a business

I G'! proud parents of a little girl, who ar- Messrs. Percy and Leaman Rivers )Ir. T. L. Godwin is having lumber trip to Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. .
rived the 29th of September. and Jesse Cobb made a visit in Starke placed here preparatory to the building B. D. Kelly made a business

Tuesday evening. of two residences in East Brookerand trip to Olustee Tuesday. GREAT NATURAL PLANT FOODMakes

ms's ? 000000000000 Mr. J. W. Townsend and family facing main street. Mr. J. C. Byrd and family attendedthe : ,.
I t
'$> LAWTEY. $ Miss :Marguerite Lowery accompaniedthem. There will be a Sunday school celebration church in Lake Butler Sunday. big crops and permanently improves the soil.
0
0 at the Free Will Baptist Editor J. T. Lewis, of the Raiford Our SOFT PHOSPHATE is supp lying a long felt want ; the
I OOOOOOAOOOA00 Mr. Gordon McKinna, of Valdosta, church on Sunday, October 22. Afterthe 8ribune, spent several days in Starke among
:Mr. W. E. Torode spent Sunday here enroute to Brook sermon at eleven o'clock by Pea last wei'k.Mr. farmers and growers who want a cheap natural phosphate which is

business in Jacksonville was last transacting Thurs- I}n. where he will spend several 1 W. F. Walters, dinner veil the served Jim Conner, of the Conner softer and more soluble than th e ordinary ground phosphate or
day. weeks. on the ground Everybody invited to Bridge section' was a business visitor
Mr. Enoch :Miss Louise Sanders spent Sunday>' ;tter.d these services. here Saturday.Mr. floats and which is free from the o bjectionable chemicals so often to
1 Griffis was a visitor to
Starke :Monday.Mr. with relatives in Jacksonville. : Ja'ob'Varnes and little granddaughter I be found in commercial or mined manures.
: E. Dell and J. F. Bennett
Messrs. R. -
Reba Anderson, of JOhnS-
Ury Gunter, of Jacksonville, was John-.Lamb.t LELAND SOFT PHOSPHATE is mined from
Il spent Tuesday in Xewberry OT'! town, were visitors in Raiford Satur- cur own rich depositsof
in town Saturday and Sunday. .-\ the home of Dr. and :Mis L. L.
1: Mr. and : business. Soft Phosphate in Hernando c county. We pulverize it to fine
I Mrs. R. R. Thede were visitors Rev. W. H. Coleman left for his Lamb was the scene of a quiet butw'ry day.Mr.. W. H. Harrell and family have a
to Starke last Friday. beautiful wedding lat Sunday powder and sell direct to the .:
in Ocala He will grower.
home
Sunday. return -
returned from Jacksonville, where :Mr.Harrell .
Mr. A. M. Mire
Blanchard was visitor afternoon when their daughter, s
Wednesday.Mr. has Write us for literature and
to i I been working on the new prices. ;
4 Jacksonville last Thursday.Mr. Mamie Graham, was given in marriage
Ray Wilson will attend th picking house of the Armour Co. for
: Arthur A. Griffis, of Plant City to :Mr. Ura D. Johns.
"! "'xall association in Jacksonville on several months. I SEMINOLE PHOSPHATE COMPANY CROOM
spent' a few days in Lawtey the first He Promptly at 3:30 o'clock as the wedding I FLORIDAt
:
Wednesday. as a representa
goes Myor J. E. Byrd made to
of the week at the home of his parents I march was being softly played by a trip
live from Tomlinson-Maines': Drug Co. Jacksonville and Green Cove Springs D. W. ALVAREZ
Mr. and :Mrs. Enoch Agent Starke Fla.
Griffis. Mr. Grif Miss Olga Ward, the couple marchedout
who keep thee highly recommended in his Saxon Six last week. ,
; fis has just returned from Macon, Ga., medicines at all times.: on the veranda where the ceremony
:Mr. Henry Taylor, of Lake Butler
: where he took a three months course Messrs. Pitts and Jones' of Hamp was performed by Rev. F. B. .... -
:. I in a pharmaceutical school. attended the dedication of the Johns, of Starke. The reception hall I
l Mrs. Henry Bennett visited relativesin new church here Sunday. End veranda were profusely do Starke last week. plants and cut iloweis. Th m<
pot
Lake Butler High School hr t<,s a
< Mrs. J. H. :Moore was a visitor to '.o'al basket ball team. Look out fora guests being so numerous \\'el c con

: .Jacksonville the first part of the week. note from them next week. pelled to assemble in the front yardand Now Well

I .Mrs. J. A. Starling, of Starke, visited The community was shocked las street.
l relatives in Lawtey last Monday. The bride was charmingly gowned
Saturday evening to hear of the sud SASH
j'I AOOOOOOOm00m 0 den death of Mrs. Martha Collins. She ill white satin, while the groom wore "Thtdford's B1a p DOORS
(0\ 0 a suit of conventional bla'-''. Immediately ck.Draughty
was in good health as usual and died
.I .:, WOODLAWN PARK. o !late in the evening while sitting on after the ceremony the Kappe ta the best all-round medicine M OILS0GLASS

I her porch. Aunt Matt, the name sh young couple left by auto for their "
lever
( 00000 0 000 vas known by, was about 82 years old home near Xew River. used, writes J.A.

Rev. D. L. Phillips filled his regular and the angel of death came to cal} Miss Lamb was one of Brooker'scharming Steelman, of Patternville,Texas. PAINTS

r.npointment at Emanuel Saturday and his own, for she was a good Christian young ladies and was very
Sunday. woman. popular among her associates. Mr. "I suffered terribly with liver

Mrs. D. L. Phillips attended preaching Mr. and Mrs. Ulmer Parrish are Johns is a prosperous young farmerof troubles,and could get no relief.
t services' at Emanuel Sunday. happy over the arrival of a boy. the Xew River section. They both
I Messrs. J. S. and J. M. Xorman, Mr. and Mrs. M. Z. Courson, of Gull- have a host of friends who wish them The doctors said I had coo-

"rare called to Wildwood Friday to the rord. announce the arrival of a bo y I much happiness. sumption. I could not wort it ROUGH AND
fnreral of their niece Miss Edna Hud- "u"day. -

son, who had died with typhoid fever :Mr. Scott Andrews wishes to ex o o oooooooosoo. 0 afl. Finally tried

? ?h" had many friends here who will bined e i-eK3 his appreciation to the kim .
T>" to hear of her Wloin .' RAIFORD. <) WORD'SBLACK'
departure. e friends that helped so much in the
: her many friends and relatives sickness and death of his wife. DRESSED LUMBER
wi'" '!> + ;, -
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our sympathy. Messrs.;: A. G. Powell, D. F. MeDonald. \ \ ot q4
t :Master Laurimor Rhoden, who has D. W. Pinholster, S.1.. Car lion. S. T. Dowling spent Monday i in
''*>en ill! with appendicitis, has greatly 'er. Schell Carver, Henry Taylor and Starke, attending the meeting of the -

improved.Mr. Mrs. S. M. Carver were visitors to county commissioners.Mr. .
and Mrs. J. L. Whidden, of Rai- narke :Monday.: E. X. Folsom r.nd family left a

r ford, and little child, were visitors to )Ir. P. A. Barker, wife and children Tuesday for their new home in Ta- DRAUGHT COLUMNS, MOULDINGS
L:>wtey last Sunday. -pnt S"rday\ at Worthington Spring SMr. vares. ,

:Miss Emma Green, of Starke, is visiting A. C. Whitaker, our bake Mr. A. W. Journey and family moved
relatives in this ; to Ocala Tuesday, where Mr. Journey
Lawtey week. rent; Monday in Raiford on business -
and PLUMBING
to I better
my surprise, got
,
Mr. L. H. Hill was transacting busi- :Mr. V 1. McKinney, of Stark will work for the Ocala Wagon ;
ress in Jacksonville last Thursday.Mr. ont Tuesday with Mr. M. L. McKinney Works. and am to-day as well as any .,

: Geo. G. Xann of Starke, was a here. Messrs. J. p. and Frank Coffin, of man'Thedford'sBlack.I

jruoet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. Johnstown were in Raiford on busi Draught is a general, cathartic, BUILDERS HARDWARE. :;',",
Griffis first of the week. ness Monday.Mr. ;;;
+ r : Miss Margaret Peace returned tIewtey Christian Church. Howard F. Stanton, of the Lake vegetable liver medicine, that j.,.-;,-',"
i Last Sunday was a red letter day Butler Ice Co., in ;F-O Ii. .
this week from Key Wept was Raiford Mon has been regulating irregularities "', .
where she !spent: several weeks with for the Lake Butler Christian church day.Mr.: of the liver, stomach and Quigley & ,":
Lumber
relatives. She is a guest at the home The new building was dedicated. Special G. C. Sapp was a business visitor Supply Co. f

: of her brother. Mr. Howard C. Peace. music prepared by Mrs. Strickland'vas to Starke Saturday.J. bowels, for over 70 years. Get -;"-

; + I M'. T. J. Terry was transactinsrlvcine a feature all.of the The occasion and wa R. Reynolds, of Elarbee, was a package today. Insist on the "The Happy Home Builders" ,
enjoyed by splendid
sermonv
transacting business in Raiford Tues
!'s in Jacksonville one daylas t \ Rev. H. F. Cooke was well receivd. day. genuine Thedford's. E-70 ;or

i wk. ? All things considered, the offer )Ir. A. C. Whitaker
', 1} ; Mr. Edward Dyal of Rciford, was a 1ngs made in cash and pledges were merchants Monday in was the visiting interest our of '4 4f



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