Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 13, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Sidney J. Catts Read Out of the THE LITTLE MUSICIAN( :\ .\ Y COMPLETE. First Shot Fired Wednesday

Democratic Party by Over- "The Little Musicians" held the first The laying of sewer pipe beneaththe Morning-Scores Low on t

whelming Vote.G meeting of the term Tuesday after- BRITISH ADMIRALTY PRO- ALLIES TAKING MEASURESTO Jackson street railway crossing I Account of Weather.

noon, October 10th, in the club room has just been completed and this was i
in the High School building.As CEEDING WITH CAUTIONThere PROTECT THEIR FLEET the last pipe line to be carried across

P. RANEY MADE RINGING no special program had been arranged I' the track, the other crossings being SOUTHERN CHAMPION IS

FOR DEMOCRACY an impromptu program was Is At I'respnt0 Indication of Greece Is Also Ordered to Turn Over Orange street, Call street, Tenth street A GEORGIA CAVALRYMAN '
enjoyed much. and Eighth street. The automatic
Submarine Lingering in U. S. Control of the Piraeus-Larissa
The program was as follows: flush tanks are almost all built, the

Effort to Get Calls' Name on Ticket Piano solo, "Dorothy"-Elizabeth Coastal Waters. Railroad for Allies Use. only work remaining on them being Aggregate Score in Rapid Fire 600

Party Nominee, W. V. Knott, Brownlee. water main connection and the instal- and 1,000 Yard Matches, Was 272! -
With Piano solo, "Star of the East"Lucile lation of siphons in some of them. The
Defeated by Vote of Three to One- Tatum. NEW YORK, Oct. 11.-Although no LONDON, Oct. 11.-Vice Admiral second and last of the septic tanks A. N. Dow, of Jacksonville Chilian
indication is shown that the U-53 is DuFournet commander of the Anglo-
Determined Effort Was Made of Duet, "Over Hill and Dale"-Cleo will probably be finished this week. Club, Won the 1,000-Yard ContestU. -
Matthews. still lurking off the American coast, French fleet in the Mediterranean has
Mitchell Florence
Friends of Catts.JACKSONVILLE. ,solo and shipping interests believe she has presented an ultimatum to Greece de- Marines: "Ch-ane.! I'p." ,;
Piano Frances Colley. BUSINESS IS BOOMING.
Piano solo, "Tulip"- Florence An- headed for Heligoland, there is evidence manding that Greece hand over the

that the British admiralty is entire Greek fleet, except the armored s
Oct. 7.-S. J. drews. JACKSONVILLE, Oct. 11-Prompt- f1'-
proceeding with caution in allowingBritish : cruiser Averoff and battleships Lem- Starke's business men are enjoying
candidate for Reading-Mrs. Hughes. ly at 7 o'clock yesterday morning the i'
Catts, independent governor ships to leave Atlantic ports. mos and Kilkis, to the Allies by one their share of the business prosperitythat
morning read out At the conclusion of the program of- first shot in the 1U! <> national rifle
was yesterday Two British has come to this section. A num-
ships due to sail today o'clock Wednesday afternoon, accord- '
in Florida by ficers for the term were elected as follows tournament, when riflemen from
ef the Democratic party were detained and shipping circles ing to a Reuter dispatch.A ber of our merchants report the best manystates
His friends on : went to the firing' point on the
the state committee. have heard that Admiral Browning, demand was also made for con- business that they have ever had, the
bat- President, Lucile Tatum. big Florida range for the rapid fire I" .
the committee put up a desperate at Halifax, who is commanding the trol of the Piraeus-Larissa railroad. banks are having a large increase in
Vice President, Kathleen Alvarez. match, the first event on the
win single
tle, but were unable to a Brownlee. British fleet off the coast, has ordered The dispatch quotes the Greek Minis- deposits and business conditions are program'
Secretary, Elizabeth of the Southern Rifle A&sociation.The
the meeting was P'
point. As soon as Club Aileen Alvarez. that British shipping remain in port. ter of Marine as saying the demandswill generally as fine as could be expect-
in the Seminole hotelat Reporter, skies were overcast and a high wind
called to order Verification of this, however, has not be complied with. The demandsare
Program Committee, Maud Williams ed.No blowing down the
Chairman GeorgeP. keeping scores,
o'clock by the hasa
10:30 been obtained.A said to be precautionary measuresto town of its size in state
Hal W. Adams, Ethel Griffin, Margaret Livingston. consequently no records were in danger -
Raney, of Tampa, dozen ships cleared today, but insure the safety of the allied larger range of merchandising es
Committee, Kate Young
Decorating through the firing.
introduced reso-
of Lafayette county a tablishments. People can find here
with the exception of the White Star
started the fireworksand Viverette Floyd, Florence Matthews, fleet.The The rapid-fire match brought out ISO
olution which liner Adriatic, their date of sailingwas Greek navy consists of five bat- everything they need to supply their
about the first test of Cleo Mitchell.W. competitors, each firing two stringsof
brought not fixed. The Adriatic sails at tleships, one armored cruiser a coast wants and in many case the prices are
A. Mozart the to shots '
was 10 each
resolution proposedthat composer at 200 yards. This ,
strength. noon tomorrow. defense ship, two small cruisers, ten much less than in the cities, where -
of both Mr. Knott and Mr. be studied at the next meeting. The heavier. contest was won by First Lieut. Walter -
names nine of handling are
Catts go on the tickets. The point of club adjourned to meet October 24th. gunboats boats, seventeen and three destroyers submarines., expenses Meyers, First Iowa Infantry, who j .

order was made that the resolution AILEEN ALVAREZ simply meet here and do nothing? If torpedo Plumbing supplies at Quigley Lumber scored 90 out of a possible lon, receiving -

could not be voted upon until after a Club Reporter. the democratic executive committee of & Supply Co.UNITEDSTATES. a medal ar.d $3.75; in ca.h.

credentials committee had been named Florida has any duty at all it is to aid REPUBLICAN SPEAKING. Sergt. Archie Farqueson, U. S. M. C., f

and the proxies had been passed up- in the election of the democratic ca*i- finishing second with & score of 89

on. The point was sustained by the BRITAIN ASKING didates. If the democratic executive and Private E. E. Waters, First :Mississippi ) -

chair. committee of Florida has not the courage Wednesday was the day set for republican Infantry, third,: with a score i i

L. W. Duval, II. H. Wells and A. B. nor the backbone, nor the man- campaign speaking in Starke, of ?8.

Brown were named by the chairman I FORWARCREDIT hood to stand up and fight for demo- and Hon. Geo. W. Allen, candidate for w F

to examine the proxies. All were reported cratic candidates that it had best dis governor, and Hon Wm. :M. Gober, 1ILLNOTACCEPTTERMS\ t t

as in due form, save of Mr. N. solve. candidate for congressman of the second :\1RS.DlI,S ENTERTAINS CIVIC

L Ponder. Mr. Tender held a proxy "You ask me why I said in that call district, spoke at the court housein CLUB.Wednesday I, .

from Monroe county, and he is a registered $1,500,000,000GERMANY that the democratic party was in danger the afternoon. Though their com- OF ALLIES u r

voter in Duval county. All I never heard S. J. Catts speak ing had been but little advertised, a I

were seated save Mr. Tender, and but once and then only about five min- good crowd greeted the speakers and afternoon at 3 o'clock, '

Monroe county went unrepresented.As ASKS FOR AN APPROPRIATION utes. I was passing along: the side- their words were listened to with at her home on North Walnut street, it L

soon as this matter had been attended -. walk in Tampa more than a month ago great attention. IN REGARD TO U-BOATS Mrs. A. Z. Adkins entertained the Civ-

to, the resolution was agair : OF 3 BILLIONSince and I heard him standing on that plat- WATERSNation ic Club, this being their business meeting '
read by Mr. Adams. There was a form and tell the people to practice for the month of October. t

wonderful flow of oratory from both War Began GermanyHas Spent writing his name so that if he did not W. ?M. Parker, of New River, was The hostess seated her guests in the ;

factions in the committee. Catts' sup get on the ticket by the democratic among the visitors in Starke Monday.Mr. Not Able to Distinguish Be- parlor and sitting room where vises

porters talked themselves hoarse. $16,000,000,000; England Runs nomination that they could write it Parker is developing into one of tween Neutral and BelligerentSubs of antignon and Mexican roses lent a m

The point of order was made that Close With $13,660,000,000.: ., there. That was enough: for me. the county's most extensive farmers. vivid note of color. This! was a very

the committee could not say whose "You tell me that there is any fair- He has lately acquired a large tract to be Held Responsible. enthusiastic meeting and plans were .{

name should appear upon the ballotsas ness in a man proposing to go in a of fine farm land in addition to his discussed for civic cieanlir.ess; and '"

the nominee of the party, as that LONDON, Oct. 11-Premier Asquith contest with another for the demo- former holdings. Besides growing a helping the school. 1 wenty-two ladies Li ': F,

was not within the province of the I introduced in the House of Commons cratic nomination in the primary and large acreage of cotton next year Mr.: ed WASHINGTON State has Oct.declined 10-The Unit- were present and five nero members t'' 1. '

committee. The point was sustained, today a vote of credit for approximately then say: 'If I win the nomination I Parker expects to devote more atten- flatly to accept were added to the roll.

and Mr. Adams appealed from the a billion, five hundred million dol- rece \'e'the support of the democrats, tion than ever before to stock rais- the terms of the recent note of the Officers to serve for one year were ,

chair. lars. This is the thirteenth credit but if I don't win the nomination I ing. Allies, exhorting all neutral governments elected as follows: ,

Upon roll call the chair was sustained asked: since the war started bringingthe have the right to run against you in "to take efficacious measures President, Mrs. J. R. Halligan. t .

by a vote of 31 to 10. Mr. Adams' total to approximately fifteen billion the general election?'And that is whatS. J 1 tending to prevent belligerent subma- Vice President, :Mrs.! A. Z. Adki s. x i

resolution was as follows: six hundred and sixty million dol- J. Catts did himself And then you and rines, regardless of their use, to avail Recording Secretary, Mrs. C.' A.
themselves of neutral waters road-
Resolution by Adams lars.A. tell me that Catts is not an indepen- Whereas, it has been judicially determined Futch. '1-

Whereas, W. V. Knott and S. J. Catts bill for credit of twelve billion dent candidate? by the courts of this state steads and harbors. Treasurer, Mrs. 0. J. Griffin. I'

each hold a certificate of nominationas marks will be presented the German "I saw a letter written by Coffin of after a fair, full and impartial investigation In reply to the allied note, whichwas Corresponding Secretary Mrs. R. .
the Democratic nominee for governor Reichstag which brings Ger- signed by France, Great Britain, A. Weeks.'J
soon, the prohibition party saying that Mr. of the contest for the demo

of Florida, and man's total, since the war started, to Butler, with whom they are trying to cratic nomination for governor that Russia and Japan, the state department Press Reporter, Mrs. D. R. Edwards. ,

Whereas, great political unrest has sixty-four billion marks. defeat Judge Taylor, was recommended the lIon. W. V. Knott is justly entitledto memorandum, just issued says: Librarian, Mrs. J. R. Davis./ ;
"In the of the United States
been produced in Florida by the con- by leading supporters of S. J. such nomination and opinion The November met ting will be held 4'
test to the nomination for -- of letter the government the allied powers do not with Mrs. J. S. Brown.At $ yA
relative Catts. I have a copy that Whereas, the courts are regular is the ..
set forth circumstances, npr
bolter and who leading
governor, andWhereas independent was and it is now in the possession of Mr. established tribunal created by the any the close of the business sessiona
of the United States
there are hundreds of loyal many good democrats from the Davis. Mr. Adams says that he will people for the settlement of all disputed government at social half hour was enjoyed, during f .

democrats who believe W. V. Knottto party fold. not follow Catts or other Catts' followers c.utsiions: invi/I.-r.; ; g '.'-.e rightsof present aware of any circumstances, which time Mrs. Adkins, assisted by i) .

be the rightful nominee and hun- Haney Left the Chair in ooposing Judge Taylor and the people: and cencerning the use of war or mer- Mesdames D. R. Edwards, L. E. Rob- '
which would
chant render
dreds of just as loyal democrats who Several of the Catts committeemen Frank Clark and other, nominees of Whereas, the high character and erts and 0. J. Griffin, served an ice
believe S. J. Catts to be the rightful began to call for a statement from the the existing rules of international law. e
the party. We know that are some ability t":l htrgrity of the judges cf course.
nominee, andWhereas chair as to why the meeting was call- followers of Mr. Catts who are as desirous the supreme court and the other courts inapplicable to them.
ed. Mr. called Mr. Duval Discussing the situation further the .
in order to settle the con- Raney to ,
of defeating all the democratic of the state of Florida is such as to
the chair and took the floor. In note states "that the government of +
troversy in a truly democratic man- explaining PEARCE-DEES. lr
nominees a? they are of defeating W. command the confidence and respectof 1
ner and in order that the people may why the meeting was called V. Knott, and f deem it an honor to every fair-minded citizen of this the United States reserves its libertyof -
for and he had stated that the Dem- action in all respects and will treat
themselves settle at the ballot box why
serve as the chairman of this committee state, r.cv.-, therefore, be it with such vessel as in its opinion be- Mr. Ocie Pearce, of Guilford and t .
ocratic in he said
the question whom will party was danger :
to they
as as long as you have the courageto Resolved, by the democratic execu- comes the action of the which Miss Jessie Dees, of Ft. Call, were
choose "I did not to Jacksonville to power
for that come
governor, and in order perform our duty fearlessly, fairly tive committee of Florida, That the married
Sunday, October 1st Mr.
be said to have taken the first
for the of
strife and discord may not continue a speech nor purpose and courageously. I would rather win action of the lIon. W. V. Knott in instituting may the R. T. Taylor, at his home at W 'rth- t
towards establishing prin-
in the ranks of Florida democracy, making explanations. I am not givento : I steps
in behalf of democracy but I would and carrying to a conclusionthe ington. They drove in auto and
therefore Our is ciples of neutrality. In concludingthe up an
be making explanations. duty
it rather be defated than lay down recent contest in the courts for the ; after the conclusion of the
it I note calls attention to that portion ceremony j -
Resolved the democratic plain and our duty is to perform
by state
the front. I of : ; the
when called to judicially determining
duty purpose which boarded the 4:30 m. train to Jark-
of the allied memorandum, p. ,
the best of
executive committee, That it is the to our ability. Getting
urge upon you the adoption of the res- true democratic nominee for governorwas intimated that American submarine sonville. Mr. and :Mrs. Pearce are -
sense of this committee that both the back to answer Mr. Bowden's ques-
Davis. It in order to and
olution offered bIr. states necessary protect
poular people and have
tames of W. V. Knott and S. J. Catts tion and the questions propounded by might: be mistaken for a belligerent very young
the truth and it is in the interest of secure the rights of the individual of the best wishes of their friends.
submarine because of the nature many ,
be :Mr. When chair issued
printed on the ballots for the November Hodges. the continued supremacy of the dem- democratic i voters cf Florida. De it
election and by that means let that call it did state that the demo- warfare against submersibles. The
ocratic party in Florida. It recognizesand further
the cratic for the first time in American note says distinctly that a
settle all time the party prob-
people for ques- upholds the courts of this state, Recslved, That the state democratic nation able to distinguish between Messrs. J. H. and C. S. Kelly, of i / L
tion as to which of these aspirants for ably thirty or thirty-six years was in not
whose committee endorsesall the
of integrity executive heartily Brooker section
courts composed men neutral submarineswill were among the
the governor's office is the choice of danger. Perhaps not very serious and ability is unquestioned by all of the democratic nominees, national belligerent and visitors to Starke Wednesday.
the democracy of Florida. danger, but in danger nevertheless.Some here- be held responsible for its acts. .
Hodges' Resolution of these people have taken occasion the said !
Davis Resolution Adopted by pledge to loyally support r 1
Following the defeat of the Adams to say whom they voted for.I Chairman Raney: was frequently interrupted nominees in the ensuing general elec- CARD OF THANKS.We TO THOSE IT MAY CONCERN.
resolution H. R. Hodges introduced a am willing to say whom I voted for.I .
during the course of his remarks tion. Be it further

resolution which he asked the committee voted for Mr. Hudson first choiceir.d I I by the applause of the committ- Resolved, That all democrats in the desire to express our heartfelt Rev. D. 1.. Phillips is striving; to
to adopt pledging that body to do Mr. Knott second choice and when their thanks to our friends and sympathizers -
teeinen and the crowd of democrats state of Florida should give active have the Woodlawn Baptist church
nothing in the matter of endorsing a I cast that vote I know that I was absolutely [ and towards the elec- for their assistance and words of
present. During r. Raney's remarks aid support built, and therefore rails on all embraced s
candidate for governor on the demo- bound by the oath to abide by sympathy to us extended during the
democratic nominees
;: he was interrupted by )Ir.HodJ'e tion of all of said in the territory of the
cratic ticket on the ground that the the result of the primary election. the bereavement which we have just undergone -
::, who wanted to ask him a and thereby continue suprem- church to contribute money for the
contest was still pending in the su- "These gentlemen who are speakingin quetion.Ir.. McCall followed by ask- acy of the democratic party. Be it fur in the loss of our wife, daughter building. As churches are far apart '
preme court of the state. Speaking behalf of Mr. Catts attempted to and sister, Mrs. Blanche Sapp, nee
; Mr. if he would to that section
r prove a great
l. in support of his resolution, he made split hairs. I would like to ask them ;support: the decision of the supreme therResolved, That all nominees of the Brooks, who died at Palmetto Sept. :27. convenience and it is hoped Mr. Phil- (
s heated in favor of S. one: question. When individuals when I HIRIAM
argument J. SAPP
in the recent -
Catts court and Mr. Hodges refused to answer democratic party primary lips will receive enough encouragement -
and urged the committee to municipalities when any political MRS. J. J. BROOKSW.
other than to say he was sup- I election are particularly called in the way of money to erect, the
1 adopt the resolution. body have disputes and controversies
Tvv-tinz the voice of the people. Unon upon to lend their active support and 0. BROOKS temple. The farmers" out that way
i. E. W. Davis offered as a substitutea which they cannot settle amicably roll call the substitute resolution ofTernd -I assistance to the candidacy of Wood- 0. V. BROOKSJ. are prosperous and probably will not

resolution endorsing President Wilson among themselves, to what authorityprovided by Mr. Davis and approved by the i row Wilson for president. W. V. Knott A. BROOKSW. forget their duty to the Lord.

* Chief Justice Taylor, Frank Clark by law do they appeal?-the campaign committee was adopted by a for governor and R. F. Taylor for BROOKS
and W. V. Knott. lie that he courts of the land. The courts are the
if stated R. BROOKSA.
felt vote of 2S to 13. justice of the supreme court, and Hon. EPISCOPALMorning
have chagrined to find it necessary to constituted authorities to settle all' The substitute resolution is as follows Frank Hrk for congress! for the reason C. BROOKS ,
to ask the state committee of the disputes and controversies. Then you : that the democratic candidateslast DeWITT BROOKS -

, democratic party to adopt resolutions talk about the dE'mocratic'oters set- EVA BROOKS.Dr. prayer and sermon 11 a. m.
Whereas, the rules and provisions of above named are being subjectedto
to support the democratic nominees. tling this ouest ion. Didn't the demo- Sunday school at 10 a. m. ;
the primary election law, particularlywith violent attacks by independents, republicans -
However, he declared there were democrats cratic party originate the very law respect to the counting of the socialists and other enemiesof J. 0. Philips, R. T. Taylor andE. Come and worship 'A'ith us.

i;; who had declared their intention under which this contest was carried well of
L. Rogers, known citizens
?l "pcor.d choice votes, were not eenerallv the democratic partyand it is the
of bolting and that S. J. Catts 1 ;rto the courts by Mr. Knott? Certainly Worthington: were transacting busi-
the of of this committee fororjanVed
understood inspectors speaking
by sense
Mrs. J. C. Talbot of
.was Eureka Kansas
the it did.! democratic legislature
independents, after of ness in Starke Wednesday.Mrs. .
elections in the recent primary in democracy the state
!: will
arrive in
. to
.j.flJhng to secure enacted that law. As
the nomination of the
which candidates of the democraticpartv Florida, that all of such nominees: the
spend winter with Mrs. S.J..
| Party. Mr. Davis said law-abiding citizen I standby
that Mr. Catts propose to F. E. Bryan and Mrs. D. D
ti.had were nominated, and should properly respond to all requests Sternburg. Mrs. Tabot will be
circulated petitions to, have his the decisions of the court of this Whereas unin- Oliver, of Ft. Lauderdale, are guests

k the name placed on the ballot long before state. tentionally,made many by errors the inspectors were ineveral hereafter made upon them by the campaign of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. here as Miss Ethel Hariett.

contest had been decided the committee, to give active aid and her former frier.As will be :
by Fight or Dissolve : of the counties of this state in Bessent, and will spend several weeks glad

c courts and that he was therefore a "You tell me that it is our duty to tabulating and tallying such votes, and support in the present campaign. here. to see her again. 1

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Six Steamers, Four British and PARTY. : ; Starve, :-:

Norwegian and Dutch Were I I __ and the
Attacked Sunday. Last Friday afternoon from three to Negotiable Investments.
live, Laurie Tomlinson, little son of
Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson, cele- CrabBy
AMERICAN STEAMER HELD brated his eighth birthday by giving a Therefare many investments ,

UP BUT LATER RELEASED delightful friends. party to a number of his which are unfit for short term

I Misses Doris Law, Ella May Long! ,, investments because they are "
U-53,1 Brown and Ai- J. R. HAMILTONFormer
Eva Hazel
Submarine is Supposed to be the Epperson READILY NEGOTIABLE.This .
: leen Alvarez assisted in entertaining Advertising Manager of Wanamaker's, Philadelphia NOT
1 Which Put Into Newport, R I., on the children. A traveling ventriloquistwas -

I Saturday Afternoon, Returning to. employed to amuse the small peo- is not the case with the
: Vessels Warned ple with all kinds of "Tom and Jerry" Down around Monterey bay, the sea anemones are almost as
Before Night-
i I Sea Shore. tricks. They also played jolly games thick as the scientists who come to study them. Now, for the Time Certificates issued by the
to Make Dash for American and spent most happy afternoon in
, 'I' \ a The host receiveda benefit of those who have not spent four years in a laboratory Bank of Starke. They are
.l! .I every way. young
BOSTON, Oct.-8.-The submarinearm varied assortment of beautiful gifts cutting little animals into thin slices to study under a microscope always worth their face value;

of the imperial German navy ravaged from The his parlor guests.and dining room were let it be said here that a sell anemone is a cross betweena if allowed to mature they

shipping States off the today.eastern coast of decorated in white and yellow, the beautiful plant and a hungry animal and was created for the yield 4 per cent interest:
the United idea also being carried out in the re sole purpose of baffling young scientists and entertaining older
Dutch and one
. Fou, British, one freshments. Mrs. Tomlinson served

i '.:I bottom Norwegian or left steamers crippled were derelicts sent to the off cake Mesdames and punch Nell ,Hughes being assisted Ella Kate by ones.It is about as big as your fist. It lives under water attachedto I E. 5. Matthews, Pres. Ted H. Halligan, Cashier

; Nantucket Tonight, under shoals.the light of the Hun- Stuck, A. S. Crews, D. E. Knight W. a rock. It lies innocently open like a great chrysanthemumnot -

;, ter's moon, the destroyer flotilla of J.The Epperson invited and guests J. M. Mitchell.were Hamilton only presenting its stomach, instead of its heart, to the world, / >oG-c< 4 J

}! ; the United States Atlantic fleet was of Harriett and Carlyle Ritch, Virginia but the inside of its stomach at that. When any animal touches .
and crews
I picking up passengers vessels and bringing Weeks, Mary and Julian Canova, Ruf- I it, it closes up around that animal and immediately digests them.Reeently =' -- -- -_----:::-=-----=:==- -: z= -=
the destroyed
I. ; fin and Mary Ella Edwards, Ethel and
, them into Newport, R. I. Owen Griffin, Vivirette Floyd Charles I two scientists were watching a young crab wanderIng -

' So far as known there was no loss Lucian Kickliter, Walter McDonald, aimlessly about above a little garden of sea anemones. Like ;
1 of life, though at a late hour the crew
. ": i I of the British steamer Kingston had .Jr., Hollis and Paul Knight, Comer, all crabs and many people, he was walking backward and think- .I JA
( Margaret and Allan Long, Augustusand
! I f! i I not been accounted for. A submarine Annie Long, Hart and Roy Newman ing of something else, when he happened to step on the petals of ."
I : held up the American steamer Florence Andrews, Sammy and this innocent flower. Instantly this innocent flower grabbedhim
i I .;'I I bound from New York for Genoa with Ruth Sternberg, Eugene Matthews, A. D. ANDREWS
I t p steel for the Italian government, but Russell Daniel, Lucile Mitchell, Fanny and began closing its doors. Crabby put up a valiant fight-
i i! later, on establishing her identity, allowed and Charles Darby, Morrell Smith, he hit out with every leg-he performed surgical marvels with

l j I her to proceed. The Kansan George Johns, H. C. and Catherine his scissor claws, but it was of no use. The anemone closed over MERCANTILE COMPANY

! 'i I Ii :: for came her into usual Boston call here.harbor late tonight Waters, Lot Ensey, Herbert Culbreth, him and began covering him with a slimy digestive fluid, which
Brownlee, Margaret :
II Hugh and Elizabeth -
The hostile submarine is believed to Livingston, Ruth, Isla and Jos- it uses as a sauce on all its food. RAIFORD FLORIDA :
i # be the U-53, which paid a call to Newport ,
yesterday and disappeared at eph Poppell, Elise Jones, James Wil- When science, which for once had found a heart, finally .
Brownlee Don Hoover, Joe Sis-
liam ,
I sunset. Some naval men, however, declared trunk, Ruby Davis, Nevin Fryer, Iris released the little crab, he crawled weakly up on the rocks and : ."eWe

i, :: that at close least to two the submarines American Epperson, Maxine Young, LeRoy gave fervent thanks, like Jonah, for his deliverance.The ...

I are shore operating, though outside the three-mile Stewart, Charles Marks, Jr., and S. T. point to be illustrated is that in all towns there are have[ some young MARES, .. MULE and
of Gainesville.
I Dell, Jr.,
! limit. Submarine stores like the sea anemone, which are merely fastened to the GOODJHORSES some balky HORDES
Vessels Sunk by ? .
I t I The record of submarine warfare as street. It is hard to tell just why and what they are. They do > *
BAPTIST CHURCH. we want to sell. Anyone wanting to b$y
brought to land by wireless dispatches, not advertise-they do not stand for anything. They are composed -

follows: principally of a hungry stomach and you do not know HORSES [MULES OR BUGGIES:;
I The Strathdene, British freighter, Association is in session at China .
i torpedoed and sunk off Nantucket. Grove church this week. whether they are fish, fowl or good red herring. From the outside come to see us. We will s+ Il for \

' i Crew taken aboard Nantucket shoals The 5th Sunday meeting will beheld they look: as beautiful as a flower. When you get inside they \

I' lightship and later removed to Newport at New River church October, close up on you like a rapacious animal, and when you get out GOOD PAPERS or CASH jx
by torpedo boat destroyers. 0.(
t The Strathdene left New York yesterday wd Regular.J. services Sunday morningand again-if you ever do get out-you are inclined like Jonah and

for Bordeaux, and was attacked evening. the crab to give thanks for your deliverance.

The at 6 West a. m. Point, British freighter, W.,G. LAW. There is only one thing to do in business and that is to go to Wewill payyou highest prices fort

j torpedoed and sunk off Nantucket. -The ---- -and crews- -of destroyed -- the stores you know-to the stores that place themselves on record SEED COTTON. Webought: fifty-?'
i after Crew a abandoned warning shot ship from in small the subma-boats vessels were being brought in by advertising what they are. one thousand pounds last Saturday,'-

: : rine's Officers and men were ta- to Newport but were not expected to The stores that do not advertise are like flowers in the sea; ;

r ken nhoard gun. a destroyer. The vessel reach here until after_midnight.n. __ - -- they may be very beautiful and perfectly all right, and then again September, 23rd. I

I was attacked at 10:45 a. m. She was they may turn out to be merely a bunch of hungry tentacles that 3
bound from London for Newport News
',-- The Stephano, British passenger will close up on you, cover you with a slimy praise, and then pro-
pi liner, plying regularly between New ceed to digest you clear down to the lining of your pocketbook. We will sell you the best COTTONSEEDt
. York Halifax and St. Johns, N. F., (Copyrighted.)
I torpedoed southeast of Nantucket, And don't forget that when,
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f I ) while bound for New York.Passengers Reported and __ __ ._ n _. _. cotton rises [elsewhere it rises at
still afloat tonight. -
crew numbering about 140 were pickedup ARCADIANS ARE AGAINST ANNUAL FALL FESTIVAL, JACKSONVILLE Raiford

by the destroyer Balch and transferred OCT. 18, 19, 20th.
] to the destroyer Jenkins. The REMOVAL OF ORPHANAGE

, attack was made at 4:30 p. m. w..
k The Kingston, British freighter, torpedoed r .k h.i On October 19th, the meat packing t
and sunk southeast of Nan- Attempt Some Time Ago to As- .plant of Armour and Company and the WElHAVE; a LARGE STOCKof
tucket. Crew missing and destroyer Interstate stock yards will be formally -
searching for them. This vessel is not : L-V X sassinate Superintendent opened to the public. On this occasion all;kinds of new goods to select -

t accounted for in maritime registers Incensed Baptists. a barbecue will be held and
from.? WE WILL BUY WHATyou
} and may be the Kingstonian. The addresses will be delivered by speakersof ,
attack occurred at fi p. m.Bloomersdijk national prominence on subjects of have to sell and sell what haveto
.t Dutch freighter, tor- t ARCADIA, Oct. 6.-A great deal of interest to stock raisers and farmers.On you you
o, I pedoed and sunk south of Nantucket w feeling has been aroused among the the evening of October 19th, buy. WE ARE OUT FOR BUSINESS.
I, Crew taken aboard a destroyer. The citizens of this city over the move- United States. Senator Duncan U.
I steamer was bound from New York to : ment set on foot this week to take Fletcher will address a mass meetingin Come to see us and see what we can do for you,
Rotterdam, having sailed last night.: ; the Florida Baptist Orphanage away one of the down town auditoriumson .
The Chr Knudsen, Norwegian from Arcadia on account of the fail- the subject of "Rural Credits." -
1 freighter, torpedoed and sunk nea- ure of the authorities to apprehendthe On both October 19th and 20th,
when the Bloomersdijk went down. guilty party or parties who attempted auction sales of blooded cattle and
.. Cre\ ricked up by destroyers. to assassinate Rev. J. E. Trice hogs will be held at the Interstate A. D. ANDREWS
shock in Shipp'.ig Circles superintendent of the orphanage, last Stock Yards, stock being furnished by .
The sensation created yesterday January.The some of the most reliable and promi-
when. the U-53 quietly slipp.'l! nto "Oh Look! good people of Arcadia, especially nent growers in the southeast. MERCANTILE COMPANYTHE
Newport Harbor and as quietly slip- all those of the Baptist denomination Our annual fall festival will open
ped away three hours later was less I can eat 'em -theywon't feel that they have exerted every October 18th and continue through the ( BRICK STORE)
hurt That's because
: than the shock in shipping circles me effort to bring the criminal to jus- 19th. This will furnish amusementand
I when wireless reports of submarine they're made with Calu- tice, and regret very much that the high class entertainment each day RAIFORD FLORIDA
i attacks began to come into the naval met-and that's why they're town and church must suffer for trans- of the celebration. ,
,! radio stations just before noon today. pure, tempting, tasty, whole- gressions they had no power to pre-, During this time the National i
Within a few minutes the air was lit- some-that's why they won't Matches are being held at the State
! erally charged with electricity as wireless hurt any kid." vent.The Peace River Baptist Associa- Camp Grounds with teams from all A
messages of warning were broad- Received Highest Aw.rdi tion was in session last Wednesday, parts of the country. Visitors are always .
casted along the coast. N ru CM xi fnr Sit Slit Thursday and Friday, meeting with welcome. ,
The submarine, or submarines, had in Pond Cae.D the New Hope church five miles west
4 taken a position directly in the steamer of Arcadia. This association is com- -
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lanes when they could hardly miss prised of fifty churches located in De- Piles Cured in 6 to H Days A.
anything bound in for New York or Soto and Lee counties. Your drnrriit will refund money it PAZO
bound east from that port. The last OINTMENT ftllt to cure any nle of Itching .
BAKING b morning of the associationDr. BIIDd.BleediD 2 Protruding Piles in 6 to days..
Vessels of the entente allied nations A. M. Bennett of Fort Myers, introduced The firit application gives Ease; and Rest. :IOc.

; and neutral bottoms carrying contra- the following resolution: --- ,-
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: band of war scurried to get within the 1ADE6YEt4it1Bpao "Whereas, the Florida Baptist Orphanage of removing the Florida Baptist Or- HULL'S DEPARTMENT
i three-mile limit of the American shore NOT t located at Arcadia, has been phanage from its present location."
Several that were following the out- the occasion for some time of continual The offering of this resolution pro-
'tt side course shifted and made for the attacks by individuals residing in jected a heated discussion. The out- STORE'I
inside lane. The Stephano, of the Red I or within reach of Arcadia, and, of-town members vigorously opposedthe :
Cross line, however, was caught out- "Whereas, an attempt was made recently last last clause of the first para-
," side the neutral zone. The destruction r to assassinate the superinten-, graph reading, "or within reach of Ar- Neither Catts or Knott have affected our busi-

:. t of this vessel was perhaps the biggest dent. Rev. J. E. Trice, by reason of, cadia," and this was cut out of the ness. We have a fine grocery trade and have fine
the The craft had been which '
of .
l prize day. w he and others are now living in original resolution.It
i sold to the Russian government and mortal dread; and, was pointed out that the Peace groceries. We sell for cash. We have a good line
': would have been used as an ice breaker "Whereas, the citizens of DeSoto, River Association was loyal and faith-
of Furniture Hardware Crockery and Glassware,
r ,, after her present trip. county and Arcadia in particular,, ful to the Orphanage and had contrib- ,
Throughout the day and up to late have so far failed to secure evidence uted last year over $2,400 to its sup- Feeds, Fertilizers, A Solid Car of Phoslime (Soft
I tonight none of the patrolling fleet sufficient to convict the party or par-I! port, being one-fifth of he total i
maintained by the British and Frenchto ties of such an attempted crime; and,I amount contributed by the entire Phosphate and Lime) put up in 100 pound white

protect their own shipping and the "Whereas, the Orphanage is now be- state. After much discussion, the last sacks, Get our Prices. Brick and-Lime, Paits, Oils,
I American ships carrying! munitions of ing seriously injured and jeopardizedby part of the resolution was changed so
war had been sighted. Frantic ap- such unfortunate circumstances; as to condemn the attempted assassi- Gasoline. We buy Country Produce, Eggs, Sweet 0

peals were sent to Halifax, but the \V*>% therefore, I I nation of the superintendent and plac- Potatoes Corn Etc. .
,t commander of the British naval sta- "Be it resolved, that this association, ed unqualified endorsement of the <.
tion there refused to divulge what for the sake of the denomination at superintendent and management, and Yours for the Square Deal,
steps were being taken to meet the large, and the future welfare of the pledging: full and hearty cooperationin
submarine attack. The work of the Orphanage in particular, hereby ex-| the Orphanage work. Also calling
gf patrolling fleets was directed from presses its disapproval of such conflict upon the citizens of Arcadia and De- N. B. HULLr
Halifax and ever since the war began Cheap and big cafB ingPowdera do not and furthermore respectfully and Soto county to put forth a vigorousand
cruisers and auxiliary vessels of the gave you money. Calntnet does-it's Pure urgently requests the Florida Baptist continued effort until the wouldbe ,
British and French navies have moved Convention at its coming session in assassin was apprehended and pun-
and far superior to sour milk and soda. ,
up and down the coast line. Orlando, to consider the advisablity ished. --- .-"
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News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. I i, CORN CLl'B BOYS. RATE INCIIFASE.JACKSONVILLE Delicate Woman

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I have arranged to hold the contest '\t (-.-The

Live State News GAINS23POUNDSi for the Starke district, including the I Florida Press Association meeting Is Truly Grateful

schools of Starke, Boatdrain, Lawtey, here decided today to increase the advertising -

i-tssszsa ssazsxusu szsa xs sa szsxsezzsmsassz sxsesessaaa ,i I Randolph, Union Chapel, Rising and I rates and subscription rates
Told Our Southern Conductor, Heilbroiin! on October 'JO, which is Fri- of weeklies to meet the high cost of
by Exchanges. Railway
day.The I news print situation. Two dollars For Stella Vi'taMrs.

BBAPALACHICOLA. --- Says His Wonderful Restor- :I Lake Butler district, including early was decided upon as the rate eq'
V schools of Lake Butler Raiford, I for weeklies. The committee advertising '
on -
The shrimppackir. DeLANI).-Mrs. Vosburg, a student ation to Health is Talk of the ,
I I Long Briiijre, Sampson City, Graham, rates which also applies to .
I I Paralee Fraz'.rr, cf Lorp-
this in the Beelar Private School, has
plants at place are running ; just
: Yards. Ilrouker; Miller, Thomas and Palestine dailies will report tomorrow. view, Tex., who hd lcc.iinba-1
full blast. The shrimp, after completed a course in Isaac Pitman I ,
at I I I II on October :21, which i is Saturday.Club health for two y'r.'i'"r,3 th?
being canned, are sold to the northern I shorthand in eleven half days and onei I I day will be observed at the M. heartfelt lettcr'in b-.!lull of this j! y

markets by the car load. i whole day. The work has been most I "Yes, sir, it is a fact. I have taken Bradford County Fair, Lake Butler: LADIES WORKING BEES. ,, great preparation for f.'OI c.n. 0

I thoroughly done. Every exercise was seven bottles of Tanlac and have gain- October 25: which is Wednesday. I "I have taken a few Vctt'cj STFLL '
T.UIPA.-Radne S. Keenan, of worked several time and then the enreviewed- I ed enty-three pounds said Captain I want all the gills in both districts The ladies of the Methodist church 'ITAEand an rownjnu-t v'l frw.Ijnjrsi'geof ,\ a It.S1
I tire book was thoroughly have planned hold bazaar beforeChristmas Eickr.cs 1 rnnr.it ray t'0 : ..
suicide last week.Keenan A. H. Miller of the best known a
committed one .
this city, send their exhibits on the much for this'ondl'rfll neu.c < 1tad I : t.\. i
was twice wealthy, but was I every exercise being again worked on railway men in Knoxville. daylmtnti nei in their respective dis : and in order to make: thewoik taken other female me.. ::chc.,f ."tv'oyeaswith .1
when he took his life. He this review, and finally a test of one "Before 1 began it," he go pleasanterto and for the exchange no g oodresu.ted 1 EM tru'rrat' f' '.1t J
in poverty taking continued tri I have seen all of you personally I Jr the good Stl'Ua'itI'b wi nr".' 'rre:
I has a sister in Philadelphia that is a hundred words per minute made of "1 only weighed one hundred and have told you what to of practical ideas and common Sias.rAitnL l-'::... :al:' 'j"'l
I multimillionaire strange matter of average difficulty.This and fifty-one pounds. I now weighone bring, al cd interest working bees will be held STELLA VTTAi:isnuaranteed.

shows what can be done by a hundred and seventy-four poundsand books at once, and in getting from time to time durin gthis and next q If you are not bcneJlu cl v'::H the '

diligent, thorough going student under feel] like a sixteen-year old boy." uniforms read your month among the members. j first bottle, your money laek jf ... .
GROVELAND.-The South FloridaStrawberry correct methods. y The first will be with Mrs. wart it Do rot idaP. Begin l
Captain Millerho is the conductor A. H. I you '
While I would like t to have each of
Association with
Growers ,
Freeman at her home on Walnut street takin r it now. At y'eur deakra'is ;
trans ti
headquarters at this place, has placedan on g you present on the day of your respective next Thursray afternoon to which all $1 bottles.! ., ; 1
BRONSON. between Knoxville and Harriman
friends in on
of million many contests I must insist that all of *
order for a quarter a of Prof. C. the Southern had of the Methodist ladies and friends interested ,, THACHER MEDICINE CO..J 9 f
phnts. The intention is to Le\y county G. Home were Railway, just arrived you come, from both districts, on Club. I
shockwed to learn that he had been in Knoxville, checked out his Day, the 2oth: inst. I i are cordially invited to bring CHATTANOOGA!TENS. *| -;
this season. !) ,
plant 30 acres I shot to death Friday at Dellwood, in train and reached his attractive homeon Boys who are in the Corn Club will I their work and come at 2 o'clock. n....M'Ct+ir"/s jael_ l';

Jackson county, where he was teach- Scott street, when he was met by bring ten best ears of corn each as -- :
FORT PIERCE.-Robert Halliwell ing. The shooting was done by W. L. the Tanlac man. heretofore to these respective contests j'j

was killed and four other men hurt Messer, a patron and one of the trustees lam indeed glad you called," said for the girls, and same will be <'

Friday when a two story frame building of the school. It is said the trouble Capt. Miller, as he shook the hand of shown at the Fair. And on t'luh Day ,2II I ) "#

which was being remodeled here, arose from the teacher whippingone the Tanlac representative and invited your corn will be judged. Remember :\ PI_1j *.

was destroyed by a terrific rain and Messer's little daughters for him into his spacious parlor. "For I want all canned goods, fruits, etc., ;

wind storm. The property loss will be breaking one of the rules of the several weeks :Mrs.: Miller and myself in on the days mentioned above for V T n // ;:i i I'i l

about six thousand dollars.JACKSOXVILLE. !'chooI.lesspr is being held in the have been reading the testimonials of contest so that they can be displayed \ t /
t )
Marianna\ jail on the charge of mur- Knoxville citizens regarding the Leti-! at the Fair on opening day. { r( ) ) Ch r'r'

Florida Railway der. eficial effects derived fro taking this MRS. T. E. WALDRUP, \ ) ,

fifty miles, has been sold at auc- wonderful medicine, and I had promised Home Demonstration Agent. L"IO COC I O o ; : ;

tion for $35,000. Comptroller Knott \I1Am.-John R. O'Neil, a pioneer my wife to ?o up to the Kuhlman- ... tllg 0j &*j

Was the auctioneer and George L. resident of Dade county, was instantly Chambless Drug Company's drug store LITTLE MISSES DOROTHYXD ) m

Drew, of this city, the purchaser. Evidently killed when he lost control of his motorcycle and tell them what Tanlac had done MARY ELL"EUW.lms CELEBRATE !j flDt t o !( u !i

. not all railroads are bonanzas and fell to the hard surfaceof for me, but I have been too busy. THEIR BIRTHDAY. eo BrJDO j
restoration to health is the talk :f
for their owners. "My J
the highway two and a half miles j
] it
south of Dania Friday afternoon. He of the railroad yards, and every day I' : [
friends On afternoon from three- ) J" Ij
ARCADJA.-Some as fine fields of was coming south from Dania and at- am being congratulated by my Monday 4

,t rice as one need wish to see have been'grown tempted to pass an automobile driven upon how well I look. thirty to five-thirty, Dorothy and Mary L') I] ; nnnnao ri
in this locality from year to by Fred Mank. He succeeded in passing "I had for years been afflicted with Ella Edwards, the interesting little I u ijQ"eat i!

) year. Now that we have a rice mill the car, but lost control of his catarrh and stomach trouble," continued daughters of Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Edwards t.!""' ,., f'") .p.{\'(QI")'; J
celebrated their twelfth and "
in this city to prepare the grain for machine and struck upon his head af- Capt. Miller, "and when spring I
I f the market we are confidently looking ter turning over two or three times. came I was in a wretched run-down seventh birthdays respectively: each I :

forward to greater things from this Death was apparently instantaneous, condition, a walking skeleton, if you young lady inviting a fpof her |

i industry. as his neck was broken and his head please, and just had to drag myself friends to make merry with her. I' You cannot get the ffflmecfe!'

I crushed in at several places, !besides about. Before I became afflicted with The popularity of the two chapning
the terrible double complaint I weighed little girls giving the party was eidencctl :<
I there being number of minor
I MIAMI-This city boasts of a large ies. 190 pounds, mil was strong, robust !by the large number of boauti-' value of fuel from a poor or ,
increase in the number of building ,
per- ft'l :
and healthy. I went from bad to worse and u-tful presents they both re- y,
mits granted in one month, and well and occasionally was patched up, but coived. Miss Olive Ray asj"tel; in i
she for the record FT. LAUDERDALE. secret 1 worn-out stove.
should September nothing I took in the way of medical entertaining the merry iralherinrchildren : |
shows that permits for ninety build- which has been kept for years has treatment reached the spot, and I was and they romped and played I II t,
ings have been made in that city. This leaked out here, disclosing the fact circular the lawn until latent I
on the of taking an extended I games on
beats their previous record of eighty- that a vegetable silk has been growingin lay off from verge my duties."I the afternoon.Mrs. We handle a line of: liigh-

three permits in July. Broward county for many yearson could scarcely eat anything at all Edwards invited the children ;
the property of the Moore & Adams into the dining room where ttract heaters that fu&
and what I did eat seemed to sour on an grade insure
Company on the canal at Davie. The
FT. LAUDERDALE.-Coats leaving my stomach. I would fill up with gas t \ table was spread being centeredby pMe
this city for Lake Okeechobee are plants were originally brought from and seemed to be bloated all the time, a graceful arrangement of flowers
daily crowded with new farmers and Java years ago and have been growing and my suffering was intense. My aid ferps. I1->re Mrs. Edwards served economy, and any one of hen ,
since. Now after
luxuriantly ever ,
toP little folks with delicious sandwiches
stomach would pain me and burn likea
their farming equipment, going to the
drained proving the plant a success in this coal of fire. I was so constipated wafer aid fruit punch. will be
upper 'Glades lately to put climate, the company has purchased an ornament to yout:
in crops. It is stated that most of that I had to take a purgative pellet The guests entertained were Mary
11,520: acres, or eighteen sections of .
this night to temporary re- Canova, Isla Poprell, Ruth Poppell.
those settlers going to newly developed every get any
land in South Palm Beach county, near home.
Weeks Harriet Ritch, Havl]
Virginia ,
land own property there and lief. I was cross and fretful and so j
the Hillsborough canal, and will devel-
will be permanent settlers.APALACHICOLA.A nervous that I never enjoyed a night's Adkins, EUjeneIatthews, Russell
this is believed that within *
plant. It -
op Daniel, Lncile Mitchell Owen Griffin,
rleep. lIisingstl'&m, the noise of the blt
a few years Moore & Adams will train and the ringing of the bell grated William Edwards, Ethel Griffin, Sarah You look at them ore yob E

I: report of the have one of the largest industries in on my nerves and all through the Ilendry, Alda Fryer, Alma Culbreth, A

:1 soil survey of Franklin county has just the state. hours of the night I could hear these Kate Young, Elizabeth! Brownlee, Vi- and back them
been completed by the bureau of soil -_ noises. varette Floyd, Louise Andrews Louise buy, of rfl out

.of the U. S. department of agriculture APALACHICOLA departmentof "At times I-would have dizzy spells Fernandez Margaret Long, Ruffin Edwards

and will soon be published. It agriculture is after oyster shippersvho and would stagger and frequently had Maxine Young, Margaret Livingston guaranty of quality.D. .
covers thirty-one pages of text and includes have been engaging in the prac- palpitation of the heart. This was my and Fanny Darby.To .

a large colored map, showingthe tice of soaking oysters to increase the condition when I heard of Tanlac. I
location of the different types of size of the bivalves. Opposing the de- was willing to try anything to get Cure a Cold in One Day C. Jones
soils with reference to water courses, partment's order some of the dealers Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stop the
in bottle. Ina
well and started
on a Cough and Headache and works off the
railroads, schools, highways and other have asked the federal officers "How Cold. Starke Fla.
few days I noticed a marked improvement DrutrgiMs refund money if it fails to cure. I
landmarks. can you wash an oyster without swelling in my condition and sent :K.; W. GKOVK'S signature on each box. 2V j'a

f it to an extent that constitutes and bought seven more bottles. I -' I! .

JACKSO VILLE.-The name of adulteration?" The counter thrust of have taken seven bottles and here I J t tJ

S. J. Catts will appear on the ballotsin the dealers was futile. The agricultural am, in better health than I have enjoyed -
i ignored the remarkctpt :!
department J
the general election in November in for twenty years. j
Puval: county. This was decided by "\ to advise the dealers that they "I can eat anything, have gained! 2.1: 11 I !It..
should know without being told just I I told before not 'i'
the.loard of county commissioners' up- pounds, as you am .
on a petition\ being presented to them how much water to use on an oyster. I constipated at all, eat hearty, sleep 'I ,
The dealers do the
containing the names of 553 signers.E. prop- well and of mornings my wife has to i
B. Donnell, attorney for the board. amount of water they should use, but pull me out of bed I sleep so soundly.I .
fhn do not wish it to to the tobaccoenjoyment
y appear all night without hearing steam
presented the petition. He indicated! sleep v .;
department that they know what they :
that similar action would be taken in whistles and moving cars, and my
know. However, it is to the oyster ;'I'
up and I
every county in the state. nerves are now strong hardly
shippers to obey the mandate of the know mysnlf so great has been my '

department. If they do not, some of transformation from a weak, rundownman
ST. AUGUSTINE-The Chamberof them may get I legal instruction in oyster -
to a strong, robust, healthy con- :r + s
Commerce has recently organizeda soaking, and legal instruction is dition that it is the talk of all those as you never thought
building and loan association for very expensive.FERNANDINA.. who know me."
that city. Prominent business men could be is yours to
Tanlac is sold exsluslvely in Starkeby
were secured as incorporators, and ar- I
The shrimping command
ticles of I C. P. Cason; in Lake Butler by quick as
incorporation to be drawn up business of this place is now at its
at once are to he presented at a meeting zenith and an extra express car has Tomlinson-Maines Drug Co.; in Hampton you buy some Prince '

of this week. This movement was been put on the Seaboard railroad in by the Hampton Pharmacy; in Albert and ; $ .
highly endorsed by the majority of order to handle the daily shipmentsfrom Lawtey by the Cash Drug Store; in fire-up a r/ ; !

business men of the city and the association this place. It is said that for the Raiford by the Weaver Drug Co.; pipe or a home-made r

assured that a vast amount past week the daily catches have been and in Worthington by R. T. Taylor.C. cigarette !

ofbenefit will be the result.GAIN'ESVILLE. worth $2,000, which means f,0,000( per A. Smith, Sampson Fla-Adv. 0

month at the present rate of businessin Prince Albert ".-TV"/ rj ii\ri

It is often this line, with prospects of a much'etter gives
that lawyers are caught: on the wrong \bu.-ir.ess as the colder weatherjumronrhos. CALOMEL SALIVATESAND you every tobacco satisfaction ';"

side of the bar of justice but a few We are also said to have MAKES YOU SICK smoke- m
days ago eighteen lawyers of this excellent prospects for a good bluefish your *
city were I !u-ine.ss this winter, which, if it appetite
arrested for not having paid everhankeredNB
un the occupation licen!'''. Thos who proves true, will make Fernandina Acts Like Dynamite on a Sluggish for. That's becauseit's 7 r i / Coprrlg6tlpl '

tt some time or other had to employ prosperous even if the anticipated establishment Liver and' You Losea
an attorney to defend them for some of other industries here at made by a patented
infraction an early date should he postponed for Day's Work.There's On the reverse .ide
mint have had a good Ininrh that cuts out of tidy red tin
to think that the legal fraternity were i few months. But it is confidently ut will read: "Pro. .
expected and almost assured that conileral.le bite and Prince Albert has ceu P.tentedJulr Gti
caujrht in the sam fiThe cages of parch, always 30th, 1907;' which .
all the ; industrial development will no reason why a person hag made three men rr
it is attorneys a matter have of been rontin1H,1IInd take place here between this and should take sickening, salivating cal- been sold WithOut coupons or Premiums.amoke* pipes boforel whet..t lCMGBURnIlDiDEAND I "" ..

how the matter will turn conjecture out.JACKSONVILLE.iaeksnnville. just; Christmas} time and that \by the dawnof omel when 50 cents buys a large bottleof We prefer to give quality I -CICARETmOBACCOSuch
next year we will be enjoying the Dodson's Liver Tone-a perfect
substitute for calomel.It 5 5Ti
trreate.t prosperity in the history; of
and our fair city. is a pleasant, vegetable liquid Y..
DU\'al county will which will start your liver just as sure-
jointly spend $15.-
\\0 during the fall of 191fi nn.l the ly as calomel, but it doesn't make ;you NNCE ALBERT

surine of 1917 On a big ad.ertisingmpait'n COTTON REPORT. sick and can not salivate.

in which the advantages::: of Children and grown up folks can ;
ho+h the city and count will be told take Dodson's Liver Tone, because it
to the world in a truthful manner. The There were PI:5 bales of cotton ginned is perfectly harmless. the national joy smoke

fact that Duval county has ove 500- in Bradford county from the crop Calomel is a dangerous drug. It is

T" acres of tillable "land r.n.l only of 1911) prior to September _a. 191K mercury and attacks your bones. Takea has a flavor as different as it is delightful You never tasted the like of it! '
""out as compared with 849 bales ginnedo dose
1C.OOO acres in actual cultivation of nasty calomel today and ;you And
that isn't
September :';5, 1015. strange, either.
was brought to the attention will feel weak, sick, and nauseated to-
the board N. D. WAINWRIGHT, morrow. Don't lose a days work.
they decided of county that the commissioners and Special Agent. Take a spoonful of Dodson's Liver Men who think they can't smoke a pipe or roll a ciga- .

statement as to Florida past would exaggerated be discredited Tone instead and you will wake up where Bay Prince tobacco Albert it fold elle"Jrette in can smoke and will smoke if they use Prince

and the truth told, which in Lax-Fos Does,Not A Mild Gripe, EffectIve nor Disturb uxatti VIe Stomach.In Liver Tonic. feeling great. Xo more biliousness, toppy red bagi,Sc; tidy red Albert. And smokers who have not yet given P. A a tryout -
their constipation, sluggishness, headache tint, lOc handtomt poand
thousands. estimation is enough to bring addition to other properties,Lax-Fos coated tongue or sour stomach. Your and half-pound tin hami- certainly have a big surprise and a lot of enjoyment

TheY of settlers to the county contains Cascara in acceptable form, a druggist says if you don't find Dod- Jort-and that corking fine coming their way as soon as they invest in a supply.1 _

national, then advertising appropriated $5,000 for 'a acts stimulating effectively Lautive aDd does and Tonic.not gripe Lax-Fos nor son's Liver Tone acts better than hor-. p dor.und with cryital-gtaii tponge-moutener..JaumiPrince Albert tobacco will tell its own story 1 1 1;

the result campaign, with disturb stomach. At the same time,;t aids rible calomel your money is waiting top the tobacco
,10,000 for that the the city appropriated digestion,arouses the liver and secretions for you. (12-4&) im c6deuni -alwaytt R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO Coy Winston-Salem, N. C. .
same purpose. and restores the healthy functions. 50c.


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Bradford is one of the rock-ribbed an eye-witness to a fisticuff between I .'L. r
(t f Bradford County Telegraph democratic counties of the state and two very prominent members of the.

we do not believe any considerable der imination who had fallen out over !. Through the kindness of the Brad- Bradford To Be Great
i 'It ---=:-:_ scratchthe legislation, but he nevei '
number of our citizens will this proposed ford County Fair Association, a restroom ;
+i t Published Weekly, and entered as second democratic ticket at the November had a member of the Catholic churchto II+ has been provided in the second I .

: [ class matter at the post-office at election. We cannot afford to allow a approach him with reference to legislation floor cf the fair building. With the -----.;;

I Starke, Florida. few outsiders to come here and turnus in any wise affecting that de- i co-operation of the Woman's Club of
specious issue nomination. The editor of this paper : Lake Butler exhibit and confer
II = wrong-side out on some !i an i
\ j. E. S. MATTHEWS- Editor and Owner that has been raised solely for the does not know enough! about the Catholic ence will be held in this room all dur- i Stock Raising County

t i purpose of landing some one who has church to either defend or con-I I ing fair week. Every person attending -
: >. H. E. LGERGREXsSociatt no real merit into an office. demn it. but what we have stated the fair is cordially\! invited to visit I ------
I' ,1 is a fact, and makes it clear to our I this rest and health room.I ,

. + DEMOCRATIC TICKET Billie Parker, one of r. Catts' mind that all of the hub-bub about this will be present during the entire The Bank of Starke believes that the establishment of

I r ; campaign orators, lost no opportunityto denomination trying to get its hand:; week and will\ be very glad to J give advice I the Armour meat packing plant in Jacksonville opens to

condemn President Wilson. It seemsto on the throat of the government is po- I information, instruction, and literature : Bradford County farmers the greatest opportunity for moneymaking -
I I National State and County. us that the administration of Pres- litical buncomb, intending to prejudiceand along the lines of health and I:.I that they have ever had. It means a ready and I
be all right. At mislead The Telegraph
ident Wilson must people. sanitation.I '
: t I a" market for beef and hog that can be raised .
: least we are now getting the best prices thinks it would be unfortunate to elect will be especially glad to meet all constant every

j President- for the products of the South that a man to office on any such subterfugeIf mothers with small\ children, and anyone H Ii'! and with our splendid lands, so well adapted to the

'i Woodrow Wilson. have ever been known. Better let well he has nothing more than a fight on I having tuberculosis. I,i' growth of forage crops, there is no reason why the meat

;j .. Vice President- enough alone. We are quite sure that the Catholic church to commend him to 1 Please do not fail to visit this room : products of the county should not in a very few ytirs be

\ i Marshall. Billie and his crowd haven't anything our attention we had better let him I while at the fair. aaa worth more than all of our present money crops combined.To .

1. I. Thos. R. better to offer us.. alone. Such stuff as this does not Respectfully, j,ll! get information as to marketing conditions ,at the

Presidential ,Electors- nual:fy a man to hold office. If he MRS. F. A. SCOTT I! Armour plant for the benefit of Bradford county farmers
J. T. Butler.M. Hon. W. W. Flournoy, leading counsel make warfare on '
+ feels:; called upon to 2t. Dist. Public Health Nurse.A addressed letter
E. Matthews lately a
president to
: F' Caravella. for Catts, is too good a lawyer and the Catholics let him put on his war1)aint our ,

I J. P. Clarkson. too big a man to be willing for the impression and fire in, but there is no rea- Clogged System Must Be Cleared. {i.j.: Mr. Boekhotf, manager of the plant. Following is Mr. Boekhotl's -

I F. E. Harris. to go out that he approvedof son why we should put him into one You will find Dr. King's New Life reply :

'I I ;L M. H. Mabry.W. all this Free Press slush about the of our public! offices to persecute: ary- Pills gentle but effc.'tivo laxative "U a''

: H. Price.U. courts. A few days ago he made the one. That i is; contrary to the spirit of a the !' Mr. E. Matthews,
for from
removing impurities -
:: S. Senator- statement that he did not know whether our government. system !I
Accumulated waste poisons the :::1 President, Bank of Starke,
: Park Trammell. or not his client, Mr. Catts, was .- I
'. that blood dizziness, biliousness and pim- Starke, Florida.
I ashamed of the unjust criticism the ; ,
i f For Congressman, 2nd Congressional Nominees fo rthe legislature Sir
was being leveled at the supreme various counties of the state should be ply, muddy complexions are the dis- I" Dear :

District Frank Clark. court, but that he was heartily ashamed careful that they do not get themselves ressing effects. A dose of Dr. Kings !;' Referring to your letter of September 25th. It is certainly -
has handledthe 1,1: pleasure for us to note from same the interest I
of it. Mr. Flournoy into an embarassing:; situation New Life Pills will assure you n free a you

.'..-; Governor- case from !bcgi: :nig to end before through failure to support all of the full bowel movement in the morning. 11,1, are displaying in our proposition at Jacksonville. This plant-

Wm.of State-V. Knott. the supreme court and knows what he democratic nominees. The selection of At :your druggist, 25c. (3)) i"" not only has a bearing on the future development of your !

Secretary II. Clay Crawford. is talkingabout.. ... the president of the senate and the !I'': section, but of the entire state of Florida. This establishment .
-fact that speaker of the house of representatives I Good Work of Federal Bureau. '. has given to the farmers and stock raisers of Florida I
is a very
+ Comptroller-Ernest Amos. It number a singular of the men who are most is settled in a party caucus that The bureau of plant industry has a.- a golden opportunity and they surely ought: to take advantage -

large zealous in the religious crusade that is i held the night before the convening been Investigating the maize grown by : of it by putting up silos, raising corn to feed the cattle,

r Treasurer-J. C. Luning. brought Candidate Catts into promi- of the legislature. Only organizeddemocrats various tribes of American Indians, I"" fencing off their pastures, and also putting in dipping vats

: i i nence are men who rarely, if ever, see are permitted to take partin with a view to obtaining breeding material to eradicate the tick. Armour & Company are here to( stay tI

: Superintendent Public Instruction- the inside of a church. Are the good, this caucus. If a man failure puts himself for the improvement of commer- I:, and expect to slaughter cattle, hogs, and sheep every day in
W. N. Sheats. outside of the by to -
party support II
i Court- solid men of Bradford county going:: to the party nominees he is barred cial strains. Thirty varieties have ,!!!! the year except Sundays and holidays, so you can plainly see +
tl I Justice Supreme Jefferson B. Browne. be fooled into voting against the dem- from the caucus and consequently; has been studied, and it appears that they .: that the stock raisers of Florida will be assured: of a ready

I R. F. Taylor. ocratic nominees by any such stuff as no voice in choosing either the pre- include many adaptations, the valueof i market for their stock.Don't .
f: I I this? These fellows who are so con- which had been previously over- "
{ siding officers or the clerks and other you also think it advisable to keep your stock in I II
Railroad CommissionerI' matters oughtto ; looked. The Assiniboine and Mandan III
i cerned about religious
attaches. For senator or I the state of Florida ? For instance if "
I Royal C. Dunn. show themselves at church occasion- a represen- tribes have both sweet and field va a man can come into !

1 ti I : For State SenatorA. ally. If they are so anxious to weaken tative to find himself in this predict.- rieties that are earlier than the com I your state, pick out a bunch of cattle, ship them away, fatI I
i meet would be embarassing not aloneto h'
: A. D. Andrews. the Catholic church the best way mercial varieties. Others, particularly I I! ten them and make a good profit, does it not stand to reason

, 'I 'I I For Representatives- in the world for them to do it wouldbe himself, but to .his county as well. the Omaha and Otoe tribes, have that with the excellent facilities Florida his to raise grain

I A. S. Crews. to build up the Protestant churches. LAW SHOULD; NOT BE REPEALEDOne varieties showing a remarkable development and forage crops, you could stand to make tfiis profit?

I W. G. Seals. Come along, boys, and show your of slender, leafy stalks suit The Interstate Stock Yards Company will be open October -

. 'j Clerk Circuit Court- faith by your works. There is plenty able for forage. 19th and at that time there will be :n their yards a
W. T. Weeks. of room in the churches for you. of the cardinal planks in the I
I shipment of six or eight cars of high grade bulls. They will
platform of Candidate Catts is the repeal -
; i County Judge- Marine Study. ii in all probability be sold to the stock raisers of Florida and
tell I
I Geo. A. Gardiner.Sheriff Some of the Catts politicians us of the fish and oyster laws of the
I : That the distinctly American sailing perhaps some of neighbors would like to take 'advantage
all for your -
, that the country people are state. Nothing could be more inadvisable .
f I -W. J. Epperson. Catts. We do not believe it. Whena than to repeal these laws. We. ship has disappeared from the high of this sale The packing establishment will also be

.y! I' 'e 'j Tax Assessor- fellow comes around to save them I I are referring now to the laws governing seas is evidenced in the fact that only la I thrown open for public inspection on that day, and in conjunction -
? 50 cent of the force of the United
i N. D. Wainwright. only when he wants an office the voters -! the taking of oysters and fish from per we will hold a barbecue. Every farmer, stock raiser
I States marines duty at Guantanamo
t t Tax Collector in the country take his measure I the coast waters of the state for com- on I and citizen of Florida and surrounding states is invited to
I Cuba, could tell the names of the
B. M. Dowling. pretty quick. We think the supportof mercial purposes. These fish and oysters attend this opening.
: masts at examination
i I Superintendent Schools- Mr. Catts is confined largely to the belong to the people of the whole seven cently held there., an There are now re no .I The stock yards will be ready to receive killer stock
' t; E. R. Poppell. towns and especially to the larger state, just as state lands belong to all "
in I seven-masted schooners flying the l:1:1 about Monday, October 21st. Our buyer will buy all l stock at
''I I towns. There are two precincts the people. For years we had no law-
County Surveyor
Ii The this market and will all kinds from thin
American flag. Thomas Lawson buy cows and bulls
that have no townsof : license the of
.. Geo. E. Kelly. Bradford county imposing; a on taking I M
"' County Commissioners- any considerable size. In these two fish and oysters from these waters, I was the last of these. Fore, main, III I up to the choicest grade of steers. Will also buy hags and I

R. J. Andrews.J. precincts l.i
t J. Blackwelder. ernor at the June primay and Mr. used the state's fish and oyster resources I spanker are the names in order, running Iji' have to pursue the same methods used in other part of the

S, T. Dowling. Catts got 28 of them, which shows to make money out of without I fore and aft, of a seven masted I'f,l| country, that is, get in touch with a good reliable commission

I t.r.. II. D. May. that the vote was fi to 1 against him. paying a penny for the privilege. Someof I Ehip.-Army and Navy Journal. II" .man at the Interstate Stock Yards and let hint handle

" ,... i J. L. Underhill If Mr. Catts and his backers are depending them grew rich at the business of i CLERK'S REPORT. !II I!: your stock for you. There will be several of these finns here
Member School Board- on the democrats in the coun- selling the people's fish and oysters; I
I r Starke. Oct. 1. 1916. that you can pick from. It is not necessary to ship your
J. E. Douglass. try to go back on the party nominee to the people without paying a penny I Report of the clerk! of the circu.t court in "
stock in here first and then
touch with commission
.I will havea and for Bradford county, Florida, on account get a
5 J. C. McRae. and elect him we think they for the privilege. But this is not all I
e of Uses assessed for the 11)15. !I.L
year man. The best policy is to get in touch with him the day
them. to de- I
. T. B. Pinholster. little surprise coming to they did. They came very near B. M. DO\\LIXG.
Tax Collector. !I h! before, find out the market conditions and about what
, f' Justice of the Peace, f.th. District- stroying the supply of fish and oystersin I' your
t J. C. Poppell. If Mr. Catts, the independent candi- our coastal waters. A great; many S"It 1, to bal County due county Proper.proper ill stock would sell for, then if you think the price suitable! send

( Constable fith. District- date, should be elected he would be responsible of them acted like vandals. They wast- fund ____________________________ I,101.fi9 I k it into him and let the packers buy it through him. irou can
t I By amt collected ___________________ 2S6.28\
1 f1 Jacob J. Johns. to no party. He would be a ed the small fish instead of returning I ---- ;i get the rate on stock from the agent at your point of ship-

I! NOTE-If nominees for justice of political free lance and there is no them to the waters, and instead of replenishing Oct. 1 to bal due _Drainage.__________________ 804.M I ment. Would be glad to co-operate with you in any way pos i iII'I
the and constable in other dis- telling into what troubles he will leadus. the oyster beds by returning I .! sible in
peace Sept 1 to bal due County Drainage order to get the stock raisers started along the right
their We have been told that he is the shells to them, for this has to Fund 768.f'0
tricts of the will send in ---------------------------- Iii
county offices to his I By amt collected ____________________ 103.60 illine. Your cause is a worthy one and we thank you for your I
names we will be glad to publish them. already promising sup- be done to replant an oyster bed, they interest in
porters and it may be that the peopleof sold the shells for road building. It Oct. I, to bal due __________________ 664.4 same. \

i lh the state will be called on to pay i was to prevent the utter destructionof Sept I, to County bal due Road County and Road Bridge and I Yours truly, ; I

The Alachua County Press, succes the salaries of another batch of new the supply of fish and oysters as Undue Fund _________.___________ 1.174.45 J. H. BOEKHOJT.
1 sor of the Trenton West End, has been officers. If he should have sufficient well as to require the fish and oyster By amt collected ______________n____ 316.04 aIl -. I

established in Gainesville by A. J. influence with the legislature to secure dealers to pay into the treasury of the Oct. 1. to bal due _____ _-_____h____ 1058.41Fine ]
The Bank
Becker, editor and manager. The Press the creation of these offices he people reasonable revenue for tak- and Forfeiture of Starke will be glad to enoperatewith the

E, shows a good advertising patronage. would undoubtedly undertake to buildup ing and a selling to the people the peo- Sept.Fund 1, to___bal____due h__fine_____and____Forfeiture_________ 440.11 ::1 farmers in every possible way for the Development of a

e a political machine that would land ples' fish and oysters that'the presentlaw By amt collected! __________________ 118.51 i/I iIgreat/ stock raising industry, and in the marketing> : their

In today's Telegraph we are publishing him into some other office. We can- was enacted. Its enactment costa Oct. 1, to bal due __________________ 321.60 stock. Call on us if we can be of assistance to pou.;
at our mast head the democratic not afford to take such chances. We long and bitter fight in the legislature County School. "r I J'

: ticket, national, state and county. cannot afford to pay the price for having : and to repeal it would be one of Sept.Fund 1__to___-bal____due_____County_________School__-_- 2.fl552S! THE BANK OF : i
\ I ; These are the candidates that the Telegraph some one to sham a fight againsta the greatest pieces of folly ever com- By amt collected __________________ 553.07 I STARKE I

I proposes to support and they religious denomination that has a mitted in this or any other state. Oct. 1. to bal due ____.____________ 1.502.21 I! THE BANK OF HELPFUL SERVICE,: : j
; are the candidates that every demo- mere handful of members compared to It is for the poor fisherman that Mr. Outstanding Indebtedntt Fond. '

!! crat should support. When we voted the population of the state. Catts makes his tearful appeal. Asa Sept.ednesg 1, to Fund bal _due____Outstanding____________Indebt-______ 054.27 Iii j'
in the democratic primary we pledged matter of fact the law does not affect By amt collected ____________________ 156.78 !1'- .:. .:. .:::-= ::: : <>

I ourselves to support the nominees. A good joke at the expense of theCatts' the poor fisherman. imposes a Oct. 1, to bal due ___________________ 697.49 !; ::;
I supporters is being enjoyed by reasonable license on dealers or speculators Total Sub School. "
those who do not think the salvationof Sept. 1 to bal due total Sub School
Rudyard Kipling wrote his famous in fish and oysters and on the Fund --________ _________________ 683.0By
"Recessional" with the view of chiding the country depends upon the elec- owners of fishing boats. In the case amt collected __________._______ .

. his countrymen for their national ar- tion of the Alabama candidate. When of small boats, such as would likelybe Oct. 1, to bal due __________________ 683.70 ; :- ,1
I rogance. It is time that they now, John Stokes, of Pensacola, appeared owned and operated by men of very I
Uncle the before the supreme court in defense of the Total Sub School Bond. Sash. Doors.
while is Glass.
stroking Sam wrong moderate means, the license ______ ?
j Sept. 1. to bal due _______ 543.47
way of the fur, remember the last Mack and Hayes, the :young newspapermen princely sum of SI per year. This is By amt collected _______________ .r !
lines of the poem, "For frantic boast who were held in contempt of the for a boat 16 feet long and 4 feet beam Oct. 1, to bal due ______________hn 54847 t:* A ,:
and foolish word, Thy on Thy court, the Cattsites were tickled to W. T .WEEKS.
mercy Srall Clerk Circuit Court. Oils. Paints j f i
people, Lord." death over the way Stokes "sassed
r them old judges." For several days For each additional foot of length or R ;
tS It is understood that some of the Stokes was a hero among them, but t+ width of beam an additional charge of
1 county candidates nominated in the their feathers fell when they were told andCouncil 20 rents is made. Men employed on Columns. Mouldings.

June primary have been partisans of ; that Stokes was an orthodox memberof these boats as fishermen pay no li- .

Candidate Catts. It is all well and the Roman Catholic church. Stokes' cense. It will be seen, therefore, that ;. i .'
j i : good for us to differ as to candidates name is now nameless and the way he r the poor fishermen about whom Mr. -f -

( ; until our party nominations have been "sassed the judges" is already a forgotten Cctts has talked so much are not taxedone { :
t chapter of the campaign. The red cent. "
made. Then we should all be demo- .
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truth of the matter is that John Some such law as the present: one *
: crats, and most of all should party
f nominees stand by the entire party Stokes is a Catholic. lIe owns the 4r ought to have been enacted many Rough and Dressed \

: ticket. Pensacola News. The Pensacola News rears aeo. New York and Maryland, if

.- is a rabid supporter of Catts. Br'anand with. nothing like the seacoast that

: Mack are employes of the P'nsa- Florida has, derive a very large revenue -
Those who will be entitled to vote
I : in the next democratic primary will cola News and in their zeal to bolsterup from the fishing industry and at LUMBER! j
!. the campaign:: of Mr. Catts forgot /b the same time protect the! fish and oysters -
be those who vote for the democratic:
i themselves far to write matter in such as to insure
so as a way a continual ..
nominees, national, state and county. .r :; F
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i them in of the' supply. To for the statea ;
that secure
placed contempt .
: at the election on November 7th. They seal, with all it means to
I must affirm that they did so vote. This: court. We do not quite understandwhy the public, might well be pub reasonable revenue and to protect f;" t -
I Mr. Stokes, a Catholic, and a and foster the fish and oyster indu- .
is the law. Don't yourself out k'e i
put : on every bottle that containsPERUNA .
e, i of the party because Tom Watson, the prominent one at that is suppor in.Mr. try are the objects of the present ,. .
Catts, who professes to a desire Florida law. It is one of the widest L :
Georgia populist, and Billie Parker,
+o tear the Catholic church up rootnd laws ever enacted by our legislature,
: about whom you know absolute'vnothing Builders Hardware.
I !ranch. Mr. Catts must not dislik" 'rd its repeal would be a great mis- .*
: wants you to do this very the Catholic church so much as he: h1:''= No other remedy ever offered the for'une. .-.. Y
thing. Stand by colors.:;
+ + your told us. Perhaps he only wants:: OUT American people has more friends Th tendencies;: of Mr. Catts all Seem i c

; votes and is practicing a little! decep- after other two generations of success; no ,' to re destructive. So far as:; we know Plumbing. (

j Durng: the pendency of the contest *;lon on us. in the remedy homes of is the more people generally;no other used Pe has nct at any time daring his ramjaicn -

over the gubernatorial nomination this --- -- has been so enthusiastically endorsed offered any constructive sutrrestion. -
paper announced that it would sup- The editor of this paper has been a by the thousands.The : It is always to tear some- J!
the nominee whenever it member of the state legislature at .
port was ascertained reason h found in real merit. For thirg down, even Join so far as to
1 who the nominee was. This three sessions. During these sessionshe coughs colds catarrh whether local or ak! about organizing an army and f .(
had citizens of shade of opinion systemic and ceneral debility following any a
+ has been settled and Mr. every -
question of t he above Peruse will be found effective Nlungirc us !into a war among! our-
Knott is the regular democratic nomi- and engaged in every avocation, reliable and ease. for Irregular appetite elves. We submit to the good citizens Quigley Lumber & jipplyiCo.

/t poe. As a member of the democratic to talk with him about legislation, !is impaired an invaluable digestion toms and ruD-own system it who read this 'paper, that a man of I

S1 party the duty of this paper is plain. pending or proposed. He recalls\ that Peruna may be obtained in uch tendencies, and of such a temperament "The Happy Home Builder I
Mr. Knott, and every members of one of our protestant denominations
We shaH support tablet form for convenience. is not fitted to be governor .,. ..
i democrat who voted in the primary carried on a vigorous of our state. We are trying to buildup .

of June 6th should do the same campaign for the passage of some leg- Th. Penma Company, Co'-_ Ohio and we need builders in our high ...

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Friends in Starke will be.interestedto HIGH SCHOOL NOTES I ,- ,-"
know that Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Willis I
If of Jacksonville have little EDGAR EYES COFFINS CASKETS
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'ji :Miss Emma Powell defeated Miss
,.1 i Bits of LocalInformation f daughter at their home. Anna Canova for the captaincy of the Optician TestedJACKSONVILLE.FLA.. And a full line of ,: _

Starke High School basket ball team
:Mr. Mrs. II. L. Undertakers'SuppliesAlways .
, j and Gray, :Miss Ot- in an election held at the school on Broken Ltrxses DuplicatedSame
tie Gray and Mr. Robert Gray motored Thursday afternoon.The Day as Rccieved on hand rhe best service .
over from Gainesville Sunday and W"Specialize tied I Orders We k
High School will Green on Rw Postage at the lowest r ices. Special
play 140 W. rORSYTH IT. I
of friends here
::1 afternoon.were guests during the Cove on the 14th, and a victory is ex- I attention to telegrilph orders. .

GaatriM/ Omr Ttitb.fe 7uMasaftgn pected by the girls.CURIOUS. I
+. tin C.ser.tsi T.srts. I Registered Embalmer
Thos. :Mills, of Graham, was a busi- ..$ "!":+!. .?(i> .,

f ness visitor to Starke Monday.Dr. m. m+ 1 DeWITT CLONES
.. .
Li BITS Suc'sr to G. C. Livingston & Co
John Clemons, of Brooker, was T. Dryden, of Theressa, was in and Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson, Mrs.D. 5 J. R. Davis l
i Monday.J. the first of the week. E. Knight and Mrs. W. J. Eppersonwere OF HISTORYCAPE < > + Starke, Fla.. "
t town visitors to Lake Butler Monday. ':--.J.J
t Zelma Cason, of Island Grove, From there they motored over to GOOD HOPE DiSCOVERED & Company JI } .
M.Truby has been loading a X! w..
with s'v..et potatoes this week. guest of Mrs. J. C. Poppell. Worthington Springs, accompanied by BY MISTAKE.By .. t
Dr. and Mrs. J. E. :Maines.

I I' Vester Prevatt was among the J. C. Wills was in Jacksonville A. W. MA''V. I INSURANCE Ht
r visitors to Starke Wednesday. on professional business. Fine line of boys' suits at Stump's. For many centuries the needof I. Florida Real Estate. Land and .

tey a water route from Europe t i.it i.I. :
Timber Expert.
M. M. Hale of Dukes, a Wainwright has returned to Rheumatism Follows Exposure.In to India was keenly felt. Portuguese I' rt
enumerator, was in town from Pablo Beach and will re- the rain all day is generally followed navigators were especially it Starke, :-: Florida"General >83! years Experience at Star! e. 1'
here for the winter. by painful twinges of rheuma- active In search of one, .
tism or neuralgia. Sloan's Linimentwill and In 1487 five y. t before *i+$"*? ".** "'.. $"
Fish and Cedar Key oysters
Handy Brymer's. 10-13 A. II. Freeman returned home give you quick relief and prevent Columbus set out or his voyageof ;-
daily at : after a delightful visit in the twinges from becoming torture. It discovery, Bartholomew b iLnJuiuf m

Coat Suits at Stump's. with her daughter, :Mrs. quickly penetrates without rubbing, Diaz rounded Cape Good Hope, ; M3
Ladies Yates. and soothes the sore and aching joints. at the southern extremity of InsuranceI ] fit
For sore, stiff, exhausted muscles that Africa. He jid not know It at For Ladies& Gents .In
leave Starke
plants but FIRST
Strawberry friends of Mrs. Mack ache and throb from overwork Sloan's the time, being too far eut at represent none I i
large quantities daily. many CLASS companies and will be Let me "B" joilr tailor at.d
Liniment affords relief. Bruises sea. When tfca crew discovered
willI be pleased to know she has quick
from her recent illness. :Mrs. sprains' strains and other minor injuries they were on the wrong side constantly on the alert to pro- I have the satisfaction of knojv-; L s'
in Jacks
Sam Rosenberg was was nursed by her daughter, to children are quickly soothedby of the mainland ttrcy became mote your interests. Guarantee ing you hand the neatest ;
Tuesday on business. Errol Alvarez, during her illness. Sloan's Liniment. Get a bottle today panic-stricken, and I In4$4ed en courteous treatment to all pa- made to order suit in tow;. ''

L. Woodward and at your druggist, 2oc. ((3)) returning at cnce. They carried trons. A well written policy bya |Your pressing anj alteration '
Mrs. their point, ***n caught business solic:teEl. '
hounds should first-
Jacksonville visiting Mrs. of ejrg-sucking first-class agent in a
A of these tight of the c<*pe. Thun It came
F. Kickliter, Mrs. Woodward's them at home. couple Keeping Water Cool. class company sometimes means do.
4tw The United
that Diu discovered Capeof Tailoring ) a
and each
prowl! around town
much in of loss fire.
On sailing ships drinking water Is case
Good Hope wftU tailing
in T. :-J'. destroy eggs worth much Phone 83
The large pecan tree still cooled by hoisting a jug
homeward. If he had had a I
the dogs. H. C. RICHARD StarkeRead
; baugh's yard is overburdened wrapped in damp cloths to the mast bolder crew, and had kept on Across Street from P. 0, '
;I nuts. head. The idea of dampness and cool- sailing eastward, he might I

j. ness are associated with "The Spring have reached India and thus the
Telegraph. fIJl.ni
! X. B. Hull, C. S. Durlin* and House on the Farm" and "The Old solved the problem he had In : Iu1fc Lr
I .
and Son are daily shipping new Oaken Bucket' for the same reason, hand. Ten yu&rs later Vasco da -- --- -- -

: potatoes. I reasonable prices. but It was not until the eighteenth century Gama, another Portuguese navi-

'. First-Class work and that it came to be understoodthat gator, also dbufefed the cape.
Mesdames A. Z. Adkins and U. Material. evaporation, or gaseous expansion His crew was likewise cowardly :

Turner spent last Thursday in Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. reduced the temperature of and Mfe1ed. { but he evI- .

tey. things nearby because: the heat dently was a wan of more force

by which the evaporation was accomplished than Dlaz, far he quelled the
Mr. R. Ray White, of Orlando, had to be withdrawn from the mutiny and kept on sailing east

Sunday and Monday here with his 0. Daniel came up from Jack- surrounding objects. ward until he reached the
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. White. to spend Sunday with his fam- shores of India.

Monday morning, on his return, + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 1/b\/

Miss Kate Livingston has to Highland with T. N. Lim- + + 'Copyright. JD11. by Joseph B. BowIesJ _
her premises with the Call street in thjb latter'r car. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING I
er main. s. /t '

will be no meeting of the + + + + + + + + + + + + + + f CURIOUS BITS f v tea
Mrs. Marion Carter
Mr. and
Club on next Monday, but the FOR SALE.-Good horse. D. C. i
Mrs. Dalton Carter, of near Monday they will meet at Jones, Starke. 7-14-tf. OF HISTORYPEGGY r
were visiting Mrs. Jeff Johns Darby's residence at the usual c'd.i a t.
II, I r12W
day. FOR SALE-Restaurant doing good
business. Will bear close investigation. O'NEAL AND THE ( ;

Lester Pinholster, of Belmore e J. T. Wills, besides having Box 131: Starke, Fla. 10-13-tf. CABINET.By ir r .
been in Starke during the week, -- -._.
his premises thoroughly cleaned
newing acquaintances. has had built a fine earth side- FOR SALE-Klondyke strawberry A. W. MACY. 1fr"4iIiifflHL
on Front street along his proper plants. G. C. Cady, R. F. D. No 3, For many years William
:Mr. and Mrs S. J. Norman and Starke 9-1-tf O'Neal kept a tavern In Wash- r

daughters, :Misses Alta and Ella, ington, where many congressmen
FOR RENT-Store room on Call A'*'
New River, were visiting :Mrs. i\I. Co'.vart and family have and senators found board
street vacated J. S. Brown
Johns :Monday. to Lakeland, where he will en- lately by and lodging. The landlord hada Newest Neckwear
Apply to J. E. Futch. 8-4-tf. :
in the brokerage business. The good-looking and sprightly k .
Boys' blues serge suits just friends of the family here wish --- -- ---- --- daughter, very lively In her de-

at Stump's.W. success in their new home. TO EXCIIAXGE-Jacksonville prop- portment. Her name was Margaret ''
erty. Owner wants to sell or trade. but she was always called We can show you the -..me _

B. Young-has suffered 9-room home. Would consider cot- "Peggy" O'Neal. Among the
and Children's Cloaks at creations in ladies'neck
the week with a sore eye, which tage. :Mrs. A. J. Stephenson, 434: boarders were Major John H. v6lt r

confined him to his room part of Williams St., Jacksonville, Fla. Eaton and Gen. Andrew Jack. that you would find inl the '

time. and :Mrs. H. G. Denison left 10-13-2t. son. Later on Peggy marrieda

first of the week for St. Cloud man named Timberlake, but big city stores. s
Misses Susie Darby and :May (3)W. they will attend the annual FARM FOR SALE-1:.4 miles west In 1828 she was left a widow.

left last Friday for Live Oak, While away they will al- of Lawtey, 20 acres, 12 under fence; The next year Major Eaton
they will teach in the school the a few days in Lake Alfred. 7 acres in strawberries, fruit trees, married her. When Jackson be- They include everything from the finest
ing term.R. shade trees; five houses and one came president he made Eaton
lace embroidered effects } down
meat market, in North barn, also cane patch and sweet po- his secretary of war. There- or right to

R. Hoffman is the agent for has been thoroughly remodel tato patch. Call or write. J.\1. upon ensued a great hubbub plain white collars -something; stylish at J

Southern Express Company while a new cement floor laid, a Muse, Lawtey, Fla. 106tf. among the ladies, and the ,.
father, A. P. Hoffman, is that will hold three other cabinet members refused any price you wish to pay. $: f'ome: in i '
vacation.J. to associate with Mrs. Eaton, rand r
installed and the entire place NOTICE FOR Pl' them.
screened. Department of the interior, U. S. Land officeat because of her lowly origin and see
F. Canova's gins are kept Gainesville! Fla.. Oct. T, 1916. because of certain ugly stories ,
Notice is hereby men that William G. Starrof
busy. Nearly 200 bales have Andreu, the barber, has sold Starke. Florida who on July 15. lull made that had been told about her. r
turned out since the cotton season hnnusteail entry No. OUilll. for NW quarterof The fiery president took her LANE'S STARRY;
in the Wateroak section to
section 10, Township 6 S, Range 23 E. Tallahassee ; f
gan. and has moved to Starke :Meridian has filid notice of inten- part and a Presbyterian minister ,
l. n !i> male fix.. ycr proof, to ('IoU.....->n led the fight against her.
his family. He has bought thp claim to the land above described, before Clerk
The Ford Garage has received a place, just east of the A. Circuit Court at Starke Florida on the :23rd There was terrific firing all -- ---- -- --- f -- .- ,,
load of the new style Fords, which place, in the southern por- day of November 1916.witn.\.es along the line on both sides, 4
Claimant names as : r rktI
of letters and
consisting chiefly
more handsome than the old style of town. Joseph Starling, of Lawtcy. Florida.
also contain some new James Hornsby of Starke, Florida. newspaper articles. It Is said ...
Hardy Williams of Starke. Florida. .
that President Jackson's letters I
friends here of Rev. Geo. C. C. Ward of StarkeFlorida.. ..'
Handy Brymer, the fish man, ROBT. W. DAVIS.. alone, most of them written by
regret to know that he is in
ed the reporter a monster 10-13-51. Register. his own hand would make
Keller hospital, Tampa. Mr.
mackerel. about 100 pages of ordinarybook
It was 23 inches long health has suffered serious r
weighed print. The dissolution of .
nearly seven pounds. from overwork, but we are It l'n l-
the cabinet a later on was
to state that his condition i9 i
Mr. J. T. Stansberry and improving. ,- not solely due to this affair, but
have left forMountain View, "Peggy" O'Neal was a contributing

ma. Mr. Stansberry sold his place Coldsshould cause.
southeastern Starke to A. 0. Elizabeth Dyess. of Oxford,
has been blind for some months .

The Temple street extension an operation for cataract be "nipped la the ..... ,rlt7 3

tween Pratt and Eighth streets, Saturday at the hands bud", for if allowed to run :'":::!:\o::10 ... .. ,.... 41.:fi.:I
: .. ,ou H: '
A. Mrs I. "
II. Freeman. is '
to be raised in places and the Dyess unchecked serious results !J." ,L'Iz.! .. .:r.\ 'r"'I'I.., ..,.,'''.;:''";:'
_,. .... :;;"
in-law \ .
cleaned out. of Mrs. W. IL Taylor, may follow.I Numerouscases "T"f;..,(.,, :t '''''i:(..; ''\. 3V
whom she is staying. t: "' ::
of consumption, pneumonia f! You don't have to be jjjj
Miss Ollie Mae Alvarez of and other fatal dis-
ville, has entered the Starke prf's; Agent A. P. Hoffman ac eases, can be traced back to p a College professor, p: ln,, Y

School and will make her home his by annual his "better vacation.halfj":Mr.is a cold. At the first sign of a f$ or even an expert jg*
the her brother present, Mr.school Errol term.Alvarez, will visit his orange grove cold, protect yourself by fe*. farmer to get paying p .

Pinellas county, after thoroughly cleansing your I :jg: crops with .t II'
he will go to Ft. :Myers, Wau- system with a few doses of .:!;.'.
Let us figure ycur plumbing. Charlotte Harbor and other o u 3

Lumber & Supply Co. in the interest of the Florida WORD'S I ArmourFertilizers StyH f sJh1 W mats

and Produce Co., of which he j

The freight room of the depot manager.

been full of goods this week, BLACK-I

our merchants, two draymen and the remnant counter at Stump's. Discriminating buyers will fie d our '
farmers have Icon hauling goods I Oar. ecialtrasds i;rare ;
I'::'> \lwr :-- :: of waists
all day long.: This shows a great f assortment complete in
('" and l relatives t: : designed tJ get fi. tit
provement in business DRAUGHTthe
.. .Tacksonvill".I f.:1C.' ( : I detail in of
M. Tucker of :iS; bisgestpossiblepro-: t ; every variety styles,

Changing Seasons Bring Colds. received: to Miss[an announcement Ada D. Siemonn.of hi o"* f:1 fit iu the hands of .-:?, materials, sizes and colorings.

Stuffcd-up head, clogged-up (', which recurred in that cit'" old reliable, vegetable'iver IS i 1 average Florida ?:

tight chest, sore throat, are sure 7th. Mr. Tucker is a na- powder.Mr. t; gravers under avert I Creations of 'lace silk de chine
of cold and Dr. King's New :, of Stnrko :1"clli\'Pcl hnr for many Chas. A. Ragland, o< crepe

is sure relief. A dose of this The T'lelranlI'.tend con- Madison Heights. Va., says: g! age Florida con<)iS i- .f...;. voile, etc., command your attention You I

nation of antiseptic balsams : nnd good wishes for fu- .I ford's"I have Black-Draught been using Thed-for .; ... tions. Among our .ti-.,;"= I will find attractive designs in embroidered ,
the irritated membrane, clears f formulas are some g:: !

head, loosens the phlegm, you I stomach_ and colds troubles, and, find indigestion it te- >#1 that fit YOUR needs. t.f:r Z as well as plain patterns-and the prices
easier and realize your cold is F Chr) "" rind warty were out n" : : Booklet is free. ::.t :
be the best medicine I 10 will please
very .
ken up. Treat a cold ; ev no"d fkhire! last week and you.Courtesy .
half-way measures are not rich hauls every day. The loc ever used. It makes at old" !0; Armour Fertilizers r. I

and leave a lingering cough. of this nord is known 0J'11to man feel like a young one. :f WorksJacksonville )? I* Our Watchword
', and those! who eo with him Insist on Thedford's the ... !
Dr. King's New until ''
Discovery ) srVrnit to be blindfolded when original and genuine. E-67 ::1 FIa.'r.1 and Quality Our StandardN.STERNBERG.
conch is gone. For 47 years the the pond. Going home he rd ,.f,1
I .,,' -;
orite remedy for and old. ': '!'
young to pet his hand bdy! ;o;:;;{ J-- '6 :m : ; i'. j\\-
your druggist 50c. when cranking his car. I '" ..," .ti.1\\ '.\I\y....r-'''.i i-' .



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PUNK PROSPERITY. anything, and then everything would I prices will at that time look very demand for foodstuffs. Which does I the American supply. This coupled Pine Tar Relieves a Cold. ;.;; :
t have been cheap. 'heap. The consumer can no more The Times prefer? i iOf I with a short crop this year, has naturally Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey "
The Times is, of course wrong in get cheap bread than The Times can course if, within the next few : brought about high prices for all the soothing elements of COltaiu" .
Under the heading of "Punk Prosperity that the advance in the cheap Both fact "the stern months, the Dardanelles that ; the Din.
supposing buy paper. should be wheat and it is absurd to say I
forest. It heals the
The Times of Tampa, Fla., expresses price of foodstuffs is due to market logic of facts" of "a condition, not a i opened by the allies and the vast storeof I the baker, with the heavy advance in I d membrane /.
.l I its disgust wtih the so-called manipulation. A moment's study of theory." I wheat released in Russia be poured his raw material can continue to sell and by its antisep'.ii i prop...,:'.
prosperity of the day. the matter would show it the error of There has been a general falling oil into the markets of Europe, the demand -; bread at as low a price as formerly.The 1! ties loosens the phlegm you treaty t I
'c : Does not The Times know as all its way. in our crops, due to unfavorable con- on this country would be !greatly newspaper, whose raw material i easier, and what promised' to be 4
I ; Food democratic papers should know Last year we raised over 1,011,000- ditions of the weather and the aggregate lessened and we might have enough has more than doubled in price, must : severe cold has been broken up. For" i
that, according to the statement of 000 bushels of wheat. This year's decline in all grain is considerably wheat to go around without any se"- increase its rates and decrease its op-I that stuffed up foiling, tight chest of
the democratic campaign textbook crop is 1,000,000 bushels, or 500- over I,0u0,0o0oy0 bushel, while ious advance! over present prices but crating costs or "bust," and "the baker sore throat take a dose of \t. Bgjj.. :
the country is enjoying "unparalleled 000,000 bushels short of last year's the heavy demand for labor increases; even that would! not, for this year, at and the butcher and the candlestick' Pine Tar Honey and ,
prosperity, ?" Does it not know that yield. This year's crop is scarcely labor's demand for food. The two least, bring cheaper bread. maker" are in the same boat. It is a''\ hacking cough dragging pre'O11 wearsjug
according to the same official publication equal to the actual consumption re- things necessarily spell high prices Russia annually raises nearly as hard situation but we might as well | the winter. At ycur druggist 25c.:hron i"l J
the country is rolling in wealth quirements of the country, even if we and very high prices, for foodstuffs. much wheat as our record crop of ht ((3))
face it.The
and that this "unparalleled prosper- did not export a single bushel of the Neither the democratic party nor the J year, or the neighborhood of 1,000- --
' ity" i is not due to war conditions? The wheat. Europe, however, is eagerly republican party is re.-ponsible. for the 000,000 bushels. Prior to the war its Times is on the wrong track
i Times will have to Le read out of the buying our wheat, and the exports out condition. No laws passed! by congress wheat was shipped via the Dardanellesto :Manufacturer's Record. ,
I party of it undertakes to publish such of this and the small balance They Surely Would;
year's crop can change it. The only possible other European countries but since
stuff the following found in a re- Societies that shut! out reporters
as brought over from last will thing that change it will be, the shutting off of these Russian a&j
cent issue: year / can to shipments Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up System I refuse to give out news the publlo
The banks of New York and leave this country so bare of wheat raise more foodstuffs during the com- England and France and other The Old Standard general strengthening tonic, I wants would be a\1 CuI mad If-the prep
other cities are reported to be before the next harvest time that its ing year or to bring about such industrial European countries have had to draw GROVE'S TASTELESS: chill TOXIC drives out were to let therh severely alone.*,
Malaria,?nriches the Mood.and builds up the sysnj. Milwaukee Sentlnrt.I ;
i } groaning beneath the weight of altogether probable that present depression as to lessen the more heavily than ever before upon t. A true tonic. For adults and..hi1dr n. 50c.
deposits, and in some sections I .
-- ----- :::::
--- ::
I j! large loans are being made at un-
I : precedentedly low interest rates.
t At the same time vast fortunes
"I are being made through furnishing -
,: Europe with food and war
; I supplies, and the United States is, r Telegram III
o for the first time, the creditor nation ;
; of the world.

That our country is in infinitely
; I better financial l condition than ever -
I 1' before is certain. No one can

:'I 1 doubt that, but-
j Where do the salary and wage- GRAND RE-OPENING
"., I. earning! men and their families ,
I come in?
:.I I For years the prices charged
i' 1 for foodstuffs! of all kinds, owingto
\ '- 1 market manipulation have been
all and in recent
I leyond reascn,
I months flour has bounded upward
until the five cent loaf of bread
r- will be a thing of the past within

i,i I" a few The weeks.prices charged for bread SATURDAY SALE OCT. 14th. .

I I ,. are in keeping with those charged
t 4 for other necessities and almost
! without exception they go higher
, I each month.

I Yes, the United States is in a .
I l wonderfully prosperous condition
1 but the average father strugglingunder
: ,
these price burdens, only
I II realizes the fact from "hearsay OF THE '
, evidence" and it is becoming daily -
j i i j i more evident that the next duty
a democratic congress will be
I'f I enact some law that will protect
I i: him and his loved ones from the .
i '' thieving sharks who manipulate .
j I. markets in foodstuffs as carelessly
! as a negro boy throws dice for a
I ten cent piece.
I The prosperity that does not I
_-- .
i reach the masses is-well, it is a -- -- _
I punk kind of prosperity.It STARKE lit
I I! : is very true ehat the prosperityof
the day is not the kind of prosperity -
r k: which the country really should The old stand of door to the ,
7 have. It is a prosperity which hast
been brought about by Europe's unprecedented FLORIDANext
demand for the production of J. C. CARTER SHOW
American farms and factories with
t; '0 which to carry on its war. This has
I flooded the country with gold and
brought, about wild gold inflation-an
I f inflation almost as rampant as wouldbe

'..' \\.hih greenback endangers of the country inflation the permanent unless an inflation the prosperity situation -- With a full line of Dry Goods, Clothing Shoes

r is very wisely handled. ,

The man of small fixed income, the

Ii!I: c salaried getting man any and of the many benefit others of are this not Hats and Ladies' and Children's Ready-to- Wear

"prosperity." They are being ground
between the "upper and nether mill-

stone." A Full Line of Groceries
The Times like all other newspapers -
t can speak from experience on
( the prosperity question with paper .
from 100 to 150 per cent above for- ...
mer prices causing every publisherto I
stand the II.TSXD
wonder how long he can CAPS.
strain of this so-called prosperity before $10 and $12 Men's Blue Serge Suits. : 4 Ladies Sweaters nn___ ________u______ 1.98
+ going to the poorhouse. Sale Price-----------------. -.--------. 10.0S S2..10 f and So: Ladies: Sweaters --________---- 1.49 31.30 and $2.00\1 ens' Hats ----_ "" ___ .98 -
1 The demand for employes in muni- ;$13 and $18 Men's Blue 1 Serge ....Ul t(0": 1 SI.o1); ( Boys Sweaters ..47BOY'S 83.00: and $.tOO\1 en':1:; Hats -_______________ 1.89
. tion factories has been so tremendous $10 Men's up-to-date Single Coats __uuu 3.98 | $:)'liO Indies: Palm Bea.ch Skirts --________-- .98 75c and $1: Men's and Boys' CapsMISCELLANEOUS.--________ .43
that exorbitant wages are being paid $4 and $) Men's Coats. __--_u---u------ 2.79 :
i and men are being drawn from other : LADIES HOSIERY.MEN'S ;

i pursuits. The steady advance in the :: PANTS. ijc Ladies Colored Hose u________________ .09.:Oc and 7oc Ladies and Girls Aprons __ __ :2,;
price of labor everywhere in this: country $5 and ?Men's: Tailor Made Pants -------- 3.98 GOc and 75c Ladies Lisle and Silk Hose ______ .23 50c Men's Belts ______u__________________ .23
is adding enormously to the cost of $2.50 and $300 Men's Pants ----____________ 1.98 LADIES' and GENTS' FLEECE UNDERWE.50c .\R. 33c and !JOeIen's Fine Suspenders .23 !
foodstuffs and all other products of $1.50len's: Extra Good Pants ___u_______ 93 and 75c; Ladies Underwear ________u__ .49 lOc Men's White Handkerchiefs _u_-_-_-_-_-__"__ .04

handling farm! and stuff factorand between to the the producer cost of PANTS. 75c; Men's Elastic Drawers u______________ .4'3 Assorted Cotton and Silk Threads __u______ .03; ,

30c Men's Balbriggan Underwear 22 Sic and SOc Gent's Ties __________________ 19
: and the consumer. And President Wilson $3.50: and $4 Boy's Pants ___________ __ 1.98 .
and lifted high the ban ________ Special Rubber Soled Tennis Slippers .4-)
f { congress $2.00 and $3.00 Bays Pants ? ______ 1.19 LADIES' WAISTS ------

ner of still higher prices when they $1.00 Boys Pants ____uuuuu_____ .59 $1.50; and $2 Ladies Shirt Waists __________ .89 CANNED GOODS AND GROCERIES.

I' surrendered to the railroad men. They $t and $:) Boys Suits ______________________ 1.93 75c and $1 Ladies Waists __________________ .44 High Grade
simply intensified the situation and Sugar ___u_________ .08 I
Special pri'V on Boys' Suits.
added another heavy burden :o he CHILDREN'S HOSE. 12 Ib. Self Rising Flour ____________________ .56

consumers. MEN'S SIIIRTS. Size :51"; : to 7, Black and Tan Hose ___u___ .07 21 lb. Self Rising Flour --______--__________ i.ir
Tile salaried man cannot see any increase $1 and $1.)0Ien's; : Dress: Shirts ___ _____ ..S975c
u Size 789, Black only __________uuuu__ ,09 98 lb. Plain Flour ___ __ _____ __
4.18 .
in his income. except here a"d and I $1 Men's Dress Shirts ___--_____--_ .VJ 25c Rib Hose __ _____ __ ______ ___ .19 -- .
t there, but he finds a heavy increase ii 7oc Pongee Shirts ______uuuu___ .47:: -- -- -- -- -- 24 lb. Plain Flour ________________________ 1.08 :

t the prices of what he buys. 75c Work Shirts --__________ ____ ___ .49 LADIES AND CHILDREN'S HATS. 15c 3 Ib can best Tomatoes ________________ .10 ;

There are no laws with within the bo power red I $5: and ?G Ladies Hats _._ 1.19 lOc 2 lb. can Tomatoes ____________________ .08
of man's imrenuity can pa' OVERALLS.I S3: and $1 Ladies Hats ______ ____________ .98
to change this situation without; *bi, Sl.0 Union; Made Overalls: ____u__________ 98 ;..Young Ladies Hats _u .39 i, 15c Salmon __________u_________-_________ .09 ;

i I l 1 ringirg on of a ge"erul rvif1. and 'h< 7-;c Boys Overalls ------__________________ .._,'J" t I 40c Maxwell House Coffee ____u___________ .31 :'
fewer laws we have on the sub'1'
will ont'riic! coiditio" I SPECIAL TO TilE LADIES. "Oc 1 l Ib can Bliss Coffee __________________ .28
more quickly MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND ( liii'lIiI'SHOES.. ,
1 Yards of Dress Good Flan- '
light; themselves. Take the newsna. Milk------------09.
: : : ; : nls 15c;) sellers .09
I ,
l'ir for i"5tmcTh'v c.nnot \10I \
law ,force down the price of psi'"r'they cl.ppei: ___________ ____ ___ __ 1.39 i Special sale on entire stock of enamelware. Dime Brand and Red Cross Condensed Milk .09
nr ?t. to save thom elv "..."* >1 i! on a"d l $;,00 :Ski, Low and High Quarter o_.S9 j lOc Full Grained Rice ______u___________.__ OJ rot',2

rui-i, cut d I )\\-1 the amount l f ]\ re' ; ,IM Men's Elk Shoes ---_____________ 1.93MHO I LADIES' FURNISHINGS.r.Oc I All kinds of lOc Tobaccos u______________ .08
used until production exceed* COT. and S2...0 :Men's Work Shoes uuuu_ 1.71 ;:; Ladle; Corset Covers 22 ('All 5c Goods known and sold everywhere ____ .04
: sumption, and! thus get lower p' 1c s'nu! Boys' Shoes n-u______ 1M9'!! 75c; Ladies Petticbats Chemises and Gowns .-1-11!
Bet Grade Salt Bacon ____________________ :.
: for paper in that way, but i it i"i a killing S1.3U; Children's Shoes ____________________ .G9': '' ?1 and ?1.25: Embroidered Gowns .891+ .18
struggle while it lasts. .-l.:;;ii Old Ladies Comforts -----____--___-- 1.09: S4.00 and $5.00 t Ladies Skirts .._______ 1.93 Cum p oun d I lard, ]Ib ------------------------ .13>iZ ,

The democratic! party promised! a: 4i'0 and S.,.0rt' Ladie High Grade Shoes ____ 2/;:> 2.50! ; and S'i.UO' Ladies Skirts --u .97 j!' Pure Lard per pound ----___________----__ ,1]iJ'2 a;.

lower co-t of living, but we all know *-JIII( and S.I.W:; Ladies Shoes --nnh____. 1.49' "1.:23; American Beauty Corsets ______ 79 Dry: Salt Butts ___n______________________ .15

; that of li"inc0:1 it did not give the contrary.us any lower the cos cost -1 Litl and $2.: .00 Ladies Shoes -----n____ l4 ",Uc Ladies Supporters n_______ ___________ .23 Grits per pound ___UhU___________ 2l :: 1-

.!! of living has tremendously increase
in the lat fl'w'ar5., and this woul _.... __ __.!.""--.Jo. "' '''- I..... : ]

party have been had been the case in power.if the republican This is an extra cut price sale given as a gift to the entire community of Bradford County. ,.

} i The democratic party was stupidh

only foolish way when it which it made it could the pro have'rise.givera Tin Remember the sale begins at 8. A. M. SATURDAY OCTOBER, 14th :

lower cost of living would have: : been ...
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existed during the first two years of THE CASH DEPARTMENT STORE s
the present administration continuing -
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Warrants outstanding; for LIABILITIES. cation for tax deed to Brown. Inspectors. .1,
current expenses I
ne rOIJNTY FINANCE REPORT. Time warrants outstanding for borrowed money i l1.4J..65.15 142 with lal.. The said District No. H>, New Riier:1 J. Su.
Drainage interest bearing scrip outstanding 15.9.3! emuiace the following clerk ; W. M. larJ.r. J. E.dkir. Robert
m. Interest on bonds due and unpaid 3.73"'o) County, Florda. assessed Andrews in Ptor.Ditrict
The following report of the receipts and disbursements of the several funds of BRADFORD issuance o. 11. GrahanT Waaden.
I!1.. : for the period ending March 31. 1916. with the balances and the amount of war- Total liabilities -.------______--________ -____--_ spectively! hereinafter : cl.rk ; T. Abernathy L C. Smith J. J
he cotSTY. and a statement of the A_ *U and liabilities and the value of the property Value of county property not reported. d.I..O to-wit : Bev'ill. insl'tor. ,
:, Jnt COL'NTY a reported by the Clerk of the Circuit Couit and the County C.rtifcatt No. 129 District No. 12. TheresaSam Ru. bt.ck.
a i Confml.ione the 31st day of March, 1916. is hereby published under the pr\'biol of SE S. 35. Tp. 6. S. clerk W. A. .
'. on R ; Jones C. \
' 6813 of the Laws of 1915. + + + + + 'PLEGAL+ + + + + + + + + + I more than three Representatives in the House Bi-ssed L. :1 Little. O sley. Y"uIKblo. E
or ? Chapter W. V. KNOTT. Comlltroer,, of in.\'t"r.
+ NOTICES 'PNOTICE Repr.ntath'e. The members of the House C.rifcat. No. 174 J. B. CREWS
or tI't GENERAL FUND.Treasurer's of Representatives.shal b elected for a term 4 .- Tp. 7, S. R. Chairman Board
'. balance September 30. 1915 __--__--___-_______.--__ --_ $ .50 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + of two y.ar and m.mbr of the Senate sessed L. M. Litle.enl."s Attest : County llradfe-rd Commissioners
__ ______ 2568.30 county
September 31). Itftt elected for
ouutand.nif nnnUUu a four said
3N Warrants shal b t.r )'ear. ex- W. T. WEEKS.
; a hereinafter provided. The election for according to lata" deed
,-': Deficit September 30. 1915 ____--____________________________-- 2.56..hOJ1eipti. OF ELECTION. members for each brarch shall be at the same on the 16th day of Clerk 10.-3t
."b September JOth to March 3.t. 191S- time and places. The term of office of Senators Witness my official BILLS
Tax collector taxes ....__----_________--_____--_----__$ ..O.4..3 elected in 1916 the 24th PAID BR CotTt COMMISSIONERS
3) ,4l4 j Comptroller rdeml.tlonl etc ____nun_______ -1.JS ->.,1.1 State To the of Sh.ril of Bradford County, of the Monday in April, shal. The expire tlr on of the office first day of August, Pauper Allowance .

I baance! __ __ ________--____ O*)i..31Di.bur..m.n" Be it known. That I, H. Clay Crawford. of Senators elected in 1918 frm the following SEAL Mary Ward --_________________ 4 00
MaJin September h- SUt'h to-- March------3l".----- Secretary of State of the State of Florida do counties to-wit : Escambia. Gadsden, 9-1 .it Martha Gatlin __________________ 3.00

of clerk aa auditor __________196_________________ J'5-6 hereby give notice that a Jackson Leon, Madison Lafayette Taylor. Columbia Nancy Conner -_________.______.__ 4.00 i'
Salao and mileage ________________ ______________ GENERAL ELECTIONwill Nassau, Duval Marion Sumpter. Jef NOTICE OF Viney DYes _______?____..?___?_ 2.01-
Attorney for commissioners _______________________________ .-,aSuperviseir --,,- be held in Bradford County State ofFlorida. ern. Lee Monroe, I'ulnam. Volusia, Hamil U. S. Land Office John McLennon _-__.____."??______ 5.00 ,
of registration ___________-r------------------ 6.4'J on Tuesday next succeeding the first ton, Alachua Brward. Liberty Hernando. September 16 at Mrs. Br.z-----______________?. 7.00
in Pinellas, Brevard, I'alm Beach and Levy shall 1916. Amanda Thomas __________ 3.00
to County Buildings : Monday A. D. 1916, the said Notice ------ u
lo p.pair house ____________________ __________________ 29.60 Tuesday No\'embr expire on the first Mcr.day in April 1921 ; all of is hereby given I.. Crosby .--________-____________ 1000 ,'
II Cur_________??_?___??_.-_...____________ t .60 SEVENT lin DAY OF NOVEMBER other snator to b elected in the year 1918 made Brooker, Florida. who, Emetine Griffis -_______________ )
. Jai For Senator from the Stateof their ( Ihal expire on the first adjoining farm Carln.Griffis _________.____ 3.0' 1
. Expense ) BuidinK( (th.r at.ndant ________________________ ?.?? Florida for six years from March 4. 1917.( Monday in April. All members of the for Lot 5 of Section I*. Mr. M. McKnight _____u______ 3.00 .
Janitr Light fu.1 and _____________________n____ 1 H.O For Six 16) Presidential Electors. House of Reprt'entth'e elected at the peneral 20 E. Tallahassee G. J. Camphl ________________ ,
Insurance _____________________________________________ la- For one Representative of the Second Con- elltion 1918 their term of office shall of intention to make Banner _____-....____________ :..0 .
- of County Poor: gresMonul District of the State of Florida expire on the first Monday in April 1921. and establish claim to the Sale Starling __ _____h________ 3.00
Car Allowance made to paupers outside of prhoue and paid by in the Sixty-fifth Congress of the United thereafter the term of office of all members of I.for Register t \ad.e: McKaight ____.u_______.__. 3.00
warrants _0 ____________________________________ 8-8.50 States. the House of Representatives shall commenceon Florida, on the 2nd day Lzi. Willis __________u____________ J.oo

Coroners Jnqu.ts.: For Governor of the State of Florida. the frt Tuesday after the first Monday Claimant names Ruu Jackson _________?_.__ 3.00
Fees OtIC"r. jurors and wltntbt ________________ 39.5. For Ser.tar of State of the State of in Apri t succeding the election At the P. M. Ial hur. of Mrs. N. 0. Newmans __._.?..__..?? S.fltl I

Insanity Florida. .nerl election in 1520 and thereafter all J. M. Shaw of Smoker, Martha Riggs. -_________________._ ".50 -'
tees of and committees ____________________ 816a to elected shall be elected for Ih T. Shaw, of Brooker.
oficer For Attorney General of the State of Flor- S.nator b a Susan Kelley _____-._.-__-?____ ___ 10.00
Stationery and t.r of four the to begin on the Leonard. Crosby, of W'm. Lang __ ________.___
.ar. t.r ._.__
__ __ ________ 0.63 -- ?
etc ___________ ___ ida.For Tuesday 3.01
Stationer. blank.________________________________ 100.20 Comptroller of the Stl of Florida. frt following after the first Monday in Apri L. L. Hagan -____.____.______.__ :50
Advertising Rtord by law n________________________ ___ 49.14Commissions For Treasurer of the of Florida. year, except that when a Rachel Stokes ___________________ .
requir For Superintendent of Publc: Instruction of county is created, the L"islatur shall at that Jettcph Bryant -________________ ;.01 S
paid t oficer __ ____ the State of Florida. time fix the length t.r of the frt SHERIFF'S L.zzi. Hunter ___.___ ____ __ 3.09
Tax assessor --_--_____________--______ 1..14.13 Senator to be Notice is ?? ?
Tax collector _____________n_________________________ 5,2.4oCounty For Commissioner of Agriculture of the tlet.d therefrom at two or mark sheriff hereby of gh't W. J. Glisson -___?-?_..?___._?. 3.00
treasurer _nu____________________________ 60.36. State of Florida. y.ar with the end in \i.of kepinl the Florida under and Brdfur,1 Rachel Taylor ___________________--. :00 .
general court work ___________________,---- -'i'- -' For Two Justices of the Supreme Court of number of old Senators" in with the of by : Elzah.th Hunter ____h_______._ 2.O( .
Sh.rlf.( the court and general court work ______ 60.3.1: the State of Florida. number of the new. writ execution issued .10.nc. Holton ____n_ ._________ 3.(' i-(
CI.rk 1'aid out of r.-ordinl continl.ncit _____________________ 1S2.26 For one Railroad Camn.is.ion.of the Stile Section 3 of Articl.1 of the Constitution the seal of the Circuit court J. C. Box ---- __.__- -.__.?.-?_.? 3.00 -_
re.n'e of Florida. is hereby to read a follows ty. nur l. against C. G. John Wright --______________ ;j()

Total disbursements _nnnn________--___________________ 4.555.40 For State Senator for 15th Senatorial Dis.trct : vor C. Taylor and Warren Hersey _______________ JQO -
"The regular session of the Legislature that of November 1915 will Mrs. E. C. Crews
-- -- of the State of Florida. and laughter ___ 500
fcfcit _____n____ __-______-n_____---__________ 4,331.09 For Two Membe-rs of the House of Representatives shall meet in 1917 shall apportion the representation Fell to the highest and Thomas D>al ----_ __ ____ 4,nfl i '
Less waVrants transferred to outstanding indebtedness fund _____0___ 2.56K.30 of the State of Florida. in the H.us. of R"Pr't'ntath'e. a at the court house door in Martha Wlkerson --____--________ 300 '
For County Judge. in th's .\ricl. provided, which apportionmentshall lrdor county Florda; Affie Scott _hn__ -_______ :;oa
Making deficit _nn_____n.._--_--_------____--________--______ l'r'll For Sheriff. be ba.d upon the last cersus taken by I.r lth. 1916 the same Isaac Cark' __un______________ -,00 .
ttanb.rr to outatanding inll..btefne& fund __nn_________ jJ-oo For Clerk of the Circuit Court. the State of Honda or by the United States, day o said court during Leonard Altman -u_________ ;.00|
-- For Assessor of Taxes. which ever is the last taken in the several sale-, the following Newmans Children ____ _______
Actual deficit in fund March 31. 1916 __n_____________________ IH42.*5. For Tax County Collector.For ,! counties of 'the State, and those that shall uated, being and lying in Mr. Peter Parmenler _u_______ 3.00 4 (t !

Warrants outstanding March 31, 1916 __noon ___nnn________ l. 64.3jTreasurer's County Superintendent of Public In.struction. meet every ten y.ar thereafter Ihal apportion Florida towitNorth half Allen Edwards ___u_________ -?_ ;,0i)
- the represehtalion in the of ReprcMltati.s te-r of northeast quarter Er\n Higginbotham ___ ________ jj'otj
balance March 31. 1916-overdraft __n_ _..________ .1.11 For Surveyor. in the iranner In this Article provided Township 8.\.n, South '
FINE AND FORFEITURE FUN!). County which apportionment shall lie based upon containing twenty acres, Total ___ __
For Five County Commissioners.For -- ______ __
Treasurer's balance September 30. 1915 _unn_______________ 66.01 the last enumeration: taken by the S. General--' --- -- IJ.OI
_____________ 5,1.2.00 Tim Members of the County Boardof ct'nsu Fund
Warrants outstanding September 30. 1915 nnU __ Public State of Florida, or by the United Slates, 106St. Sheriff I. it. Bowling com .tat cull ________ .

Deficit &pt.mhe 30. 1915 ______n______________________ -5.1J3.91- For J"tice JnstructO' Peace in and for the legislature which ever so is apportioning thelast- taken the representationshall before the Statement- 'of the Ownership. J.W.W.T. White & 1 Son mo pad e'erk locks pd_n____ 2.i'.
Districts viz W.t express
Receipts, SOtb to March 31t 1916 folowin. Justice : Required hv the Act o postage __
Spt.mMr and Justice ____________________ 1.165.3 convene -h 0 ____ ___ SU.50'
Tax"ine. h.rit. taxes ____._ __________________ 59.64Comptroller. No. Two. Section 4 of Article VII of the Constitu- August 21. Co., auto license Lueiks ______ K07 :
nnn : Of Bradford W.
redemptions --_____--_--_______________--___ .IT 163.19 No. Three. tion is hereby amended so as to read as follows ly Count H. C.T. Weeks reed 1916 tx sale ________ 1.5
at Fla. for Richard
: Starke. mao on ;ail --______ r. $

Making deficit ___ _____ ________ __________ __ 3,342.2Dlsbur'ements. No.No. Five.Four. "Whe'n any new county is created by the State of Florida. County of Dr. J. I'. Tomhnson voinly physician -_-_ 4.1 1'11 .j
n -- --- --- --- -- -- F. L. Williams .
1"lillatur it shall be entitled to one Senator 1.or me, a notary jaltor h_._ ______ 13.1.1 I $1
30ih to March! 31. 1916
September No. Six.
Barnard 1 & Co
bills in criminal __________ lI2fi.S3Constables one member of the House of Representatives tat. county aforesaid I. | | clerks office jf
.1J Sheriff and. d"l.uti.bills cot in criminal cases __ case_____________ No.No. Eight.Seven until the next enumeration provided for ed H. E. Ll.rln'n. who A. S. Srews county ally __ _________ .1 7 -
cot -- .2.15 C. A. Knight
in Section 5 of this sworn law super _
that betaken
bills in criminal __________ Articl. actordinl rl n 10.11
Clerk of the court cot cases n :1.3: No. Nine. after the creation of the shal that be of Slarke T.I'phon. phone __n______ 5.1'!
County judge, cot bills in criminal cases __uuun No. Ten. new mlna".r D. C. Jones lawn _________
Justice of the cot bills in criminal cases ____________ 24.5'J No. Eleven. county or until the r.ext census enumerationthat ty Telegraph, and that the I J. Crews I mo\e n y u. ,:
day conand
Witness fees _I.ac.__--__________________________--____________ 917.SOSheriff's For Constable 'n and for the following Justice shall be taken by the United States of best of his kno\lc.dl" and J. 1 do ___mileage__________ 6.4. ) S
of L Ltd.rhi Uh
" commissions on fines collected ______ __ 65.92FPinl America after the creation of the said new ment th. ow n.rhip. 4 G. /
unn Districts viz: com tnas ______ ____
prisoners --_____<--_____--__--______--_______ 785.66 Number One. county which.\.er shall the sooner be taken the. aforesaid publication I'I Avery lak.n!. publishing a liidinotice_ :1.:6
Iay jurors in criminal CBe. Cou nty an I justice of the peace Number Two.Number after the creation of the said new county, when in the above caption, I A. H. % 10w.1 1 day com and 11.11

courts __----__-_--____--__----_________--_________ 44.00 Three. t shal h entitled to one member of the AUIut 21. 1912. embodied S. T. Dowling do ___ .______mileage_______ 10.20
Came Warden nnnnUu________________________ 32.KO Number Four. Representatives for every ten thousand Lawl and Regulations, I). W. Pinheilsler do _-_ ____ ____ 7 fi-'ij.2I 1)
]aid from contingencies (:IicelantuI ____________ 65.34 Number Five. of ppulation. or the major fraction verse side of this form Drew Co.. blanks for Co juelge's, u office 21 65 T
thereof same as other counties.. 1. That the names and
th. City Light
and _
i tights __ '
Total disbur.mt.nt u_0 ____________________________-____ 3.213.1 Number Number Six. A JOINT RESOLUTION! ].pinl an amendment publisher, editor, managing: Bradford Co Plantattr Telegraph publishing reports 2a.5i :

--- S.wn. to Section 1 VI of the manager are: etc ___ __________ 4.
Deficit _n__u_n__n_____0 ______________________________ 6.635.90 Number Eight. Constitution of the State of. Florida asamended )u.l.h'r. E. S. -- ----- js.25

Less warrants transferred out Out In.\.bt.dn"sl Fund ..-_____________ 5li2.HH Number Number Ten.Nine. by Joint Resolution No.2. Acts rditlr, .. S. \aUh.\s. Total H_" _. _______ 4J9.19 .
of 1893 Relating to Suffrage and Eligi Ilna"inl F.ih'r. .. Road and Bridce Fond.
Making deficit __----_--__----__________--__________________ 1.463.J( Number Eleven.In bility. .. E. J. J. bridge ____ ____ 8.00 .
Cash trans.rr to out ind..bt.dnt.1 fund _-_______-__________ >1.4: tef-t'mony .\herrof. have hereunto St.tmy BE it Resolved b the Legislature of the Stateof : That the own.n are S: T. 1 W..k Uti.r "Iairinl n___ .____ __n__u_ 1 p' I
hand and affixed the Great Seal of the ) 5.S
Florida : .:. S. Matthews, Starke. J. Ahar. shoes for ____ '
Actual deficit; March 31. 1916 _nn________________________ 1.512.3.1 5'tte of riorida. at Talahass.t the Capital That the ( amendment to Section 1 3. That the known M. Smith repairing convict________ f
March 1916\ ___________ ______ ___ 1.643.85Treasurer's : this the o A. D. ol\inJ bIII H.OI
Warrants outstanding 31. n ) AUlubt of Article VI th. Constitution of the State Vt' and other security 4 L. V. Moore de> __--_ __--_____--__ I.:: ..
191?. of Florida lie and the is I cent A. H. Williams 4 days in.sp roads ____
balance March 31. 1916 _n______________________ 1'1.50 H. CLAY CRA WFORDD.L. same hereby agreedto ing ix-r or more J. W. Nessmith repairing .1'1 I.
and be to the of lon.ls. or either bridge _
submit.d m.rt"aJ. un 11.111O.
ROAD FL'XD.Treasurer's S.) Secretary of State.To shal .I.tor
( A. Strickland do __ _______
balance September 30. 1915 _u_____________________ 1\J\ S. B. DENMARK, Bradford the Stat. the v.n.ral election for rgenthale-r Linotype I 0 u n 1.0
Warrants outstanding 30. 1915 ___n_____ 6.1T1.80 County. Sh.rif 9-1- ratification or rejection : J. H. Schrenter & Bro. I J. U Underhill 5 da>v rogd insp _u_ M.OI '.
spt.mhr --- Section 1. Every mule person of the age of H. K I I Baltimore Enamel I & Nc.elty Co auto .

Deficit 30. 1915 nun____ _____________ twenty-one y.ar and upwards who is a cit.- license lags ---__-, _- ------_---_-- -- h1.7rt &
g'I.t.mhr to March JUt. 191J- 6.9t1 Notice of Application for Tax Zen of the United States at the time he applies Sworn to and suhscrilie-el S. R Denmark d'li\.rnl convicts n__ VII !

R.ctlpt Tax collector taxes _______ _________________________ 1.646.51 Her to register shall be* deemed a qualifiedelector 29th day of Se-ptemlx-r. ) j B. Dowling or ni tags __ ._ 1.2'J
Automobile license __ _n_0__________________________ 704.85 Under Section 8 of Chapter at all elections under the Constitution t ,'al! II Bradford Co Bank ins i en scrip __u_ 6 67 .
Comptroller redemptions etc _--______--__________________ 1.20 .: 2.r1 Laws of Florida. of the State of Florida. provided, that he poses My commission ." I J. B. Crews 2 days. load !insp _______ 4.H-.I
,wine miAllfimtinnR Oscar __ ____ .
s I : ----- Crll bridge n 1.50 h r
Making deficit -_ ___ --_______--_________________ 4. WsDburIm.nh. Notice is hereby given that F. Flume I He shall ha\s.t..in and had; his permanent NOTICE OF APPUCA10S n M. -\'' t repalt,1 shos .. convicts __ 7.2') t/
Stt.mb.30th to March 31. 1916- purchaser of tax certificate No. 191, I, home and place of abode in the Slate of UNDER I | 8 Dueling supplies for cu"vicI_ 3.1 s
to county cummissioner for road in |>ectiim _n___ lOit.im) ') dated the 3rd day of August, A. 1) Flor da for one year and in the county wherein 4011. LAWS OF B Bowling pay cal tain guards ./
of material lumber etc 4X11.53 he applies to register for six months Hereby nnt'ce is given I J. Dowling feed for convicU __ ____ !
Cot ---------------------------- previous n
Tools and machinery, cost and repair _unnnn 711.35Live : 1914., has filed said certificate in my th.Ik. purchaser of tax sale J. I Bowling discharging convicts: .. I.t 7.f

stock. clot care and feed ___ ____unnuu___ 1.4.21Pad office, and has made application for He must b able to read write and interpret respectively J9.! 161 and 169 I i I J. I Bowling supplie-s for convicts __ \..0I .5
.. for free labor other than guard _nn____________ 511.1' any Section of the Constitution of the Collector fur Bralford i|I R. D'I\il work on 1.10\1 for convict 2.*>i) l!
I'ay of convict tuar u'n _--___----__--____--_______-- h6H.OO) tax deed to issue in accordance with State of Florida at th? time he applies to register aid certificates I'inl 'J'I i|I Dr. Se-elier King professional sen ice
Feeding and care on roads __._____ l,5.il.fis: law. Said certificate embraces the following -
con\.ict uun and vote. 't A. D. 1911. con\'ict ___ __ _. nun 10.)")
Commissions of treasurer etc _____________________ 219.67 He .Ulu
-- -- described situated in must own in hi* own right property to in my office and has I j I Iail. Drul Co. medicine do 405 -
Payment on account of discharge convicts ___n_______ $;.Oll property thelue of not less than five hundred dollar for tax ele-eel to issue in I|I C. Manning t..1 ur mules ____ 80.41 .
Bradford County, Florida, towit: which fact shall lie determned only by The said certificates |' ; Gurney Crews __ 2.11'o
Total disbursement __ __uunnu____________________ 5,311.5tDftit > ". F. ) r.airnJ brils.
South three-quarters of NE one- he assessment books of the county at the folnwin- lands in ) Cul..y we> convict --__ 1.73 ,

___ __ unnnn______ 0 ._______. _- y.f.V.IS2 fourth of NE one-fourth. Sec. 12 Tp. time tie he must applies not to register and convicted vote. pr\'iou a-M..e 'at in the the date names of I'i j' J.mull W. __h_ __h&__Son.. _nu Itahl. rent___ _for_. 6.75Quitrley I '
Lea transferred to Out indebtedness fund _____________ ) hab.n
Y'arrants 6.9:1111Makin" S, S. R. 22 E., 30 acres. The said land to the time he al"I.l r"i.t.r or vote, of after particularly set forth, | Lumber Co., lumber etc ?u__ 1H.1H .F .

deficit __nnnnn____________________ 2.9mt: : assessed at the date of the is- lar ny, nlhr. ot.ry, or bribery Certificate No. 29! S. T. Dowling 2 das road insp ______ 4.00
Cash transferred to Out Indebtedness Fund _________________ 116.49 being certificate in any th. of any Stat or of the 4 in F. : Andrews add to -
!;ance of such in the name "niteej States, or if so he must 29. Tp. S. R. 2' E., I Total --------- ---------- 663.41 4

Actual deficit March 31. 1916 _uu_____________________ __ :1.04Ui) of Unknown. Unless said certificate have been restored to the rights of citizen C.rtiticat. No. 161 ," ) ;i.F.. -
Warrants outstanding March 31, 1916 ___--_______________- : ; shall be redeemed according to law ship. E'1 and SEll of NW' ,. G. W. H.izen com as tress __ u___ I6>7 .1-
Provided That lini' M-ssed Fine and Forfeiture Fund.
howr\.tr. no person or R. 21 E. W o acres, I 'y
Treasurer's balance March 31. 1916 __ nu__________ 622.94 tax deed will issue there on on the '' scendant of My such person wh4 was on C.riicat. No. Ifi'.l I A.1.. Darby blanket for jail _______ 2..; '.
BUIIDING FUND. 30th day of October, A. D. 1916. Januar first 1S67 or prior thereto, entitled ng 211 ft .:., of .S. 1 Denmark guard at jail _uu__ U.II -
Balance in hands of treasurer September 30, 1915 _____________ "a.'rnt outstanding September 30. 1915 _____________ _____n__ 4.030.00: Witness my official signature and any of the States or Territories, or tntt.e ft. W 4-'i) ft to Wg. litth.1 Drug Store me.licin. jail ___ 7.10J.
seal this the 26th day of September, 'n \01.under any form of government, 22 t:. 2 aCres, assessed .' ,- suppl tt .all -:____hU .73
Deficit spt.mbr 30, 1915 _____uuuu___________________ 3.1163.01) : naturalized citizen or his .I.c.ndant, shall 1'nle'ssaid ce-rtificates Ceo. A. Gardine-r en-e John Cluff _.___ 3.32 .
Receipts, to March 3it, 191S- A. D. 1916. W. T. WEEKS, b denied the right to register and vote because to law ta \ deed S. B. Denmark elo ____________n .,90 $ ,

NONE _____________h_______-_____________________ _____ Clerk Circuit Court he shall not be able to read write and (actnrln.th. day of ". H. D. Maya witness" ___hun___ 2. ,'l
Di.bar.m.nt. S.pt.mbr 30th to March 31. 1916- interpret any Section of the Constitution; of Witness try official I ;t' Hmson do _.. __________- 2.6/
E _______________n_____on______0 ______________ iSeal) 9-29-5t the State of Forida. as above provided or because I the llth day of October A. F. Johnson elo -- ------------ 2.4)
Deficit --_______--______u________-______unu_________- 3.063.01 he property of the value I I F P. Shaffer juror .- _-______n I.)") *t.
Cash transferred to outstanding ind..bt.dn.s fund --________--________ 6S.99!' NOTICE OF ELECTION above specified ; naturalized citizens of the t1.tl- : W. F Wainrifht do ___ ________ V" ,

United States, ho.e..r. at the time they apply R. Newsom do ___________________ 1.') 5
Making deficit _______ __nn___________________________ 4.0:1.10i: WHERE. The Legislature of 1915 under and bore they shall be admitted to register, NOTICE OF M. Alvarez ---- _unnn_______ l.flO ), 4
teas warrants transferred to outstanding indebtedness fund _____..__ 4.I )i.I.1 the Const tution of 1885. of the State of Florida shall present to the registration officer certificate UNDER SECTION 8 I U E. Miner elo _Uh___________ 1.00

Treasurer's balance March 31. 1916 __ ____ ____ __ did pass three Joint Resolutions proposing of his natural:tation. or a duly authenticated 4W. LAWS OF I ,. W. White elo h. ____n__________ 1.00
---- -- --
DRAINAGE FUND. amendments to the Constitution of the copy thereof. I reby notice is gven Ceo A. Gardiner u..A. Johnson .__ 2.2 -

Traurr. balance September 30, 1915 _n____________________ 4 68 State of Florida and the same Y'er agreed to Section 2. Upon the adoption of this amendment purchaser of tax sale i F. Williams .1., ___h____________ 11.55 ,
Warnt outstanding September 30, 1915 _h______________________ 1,467.29 by a vote of three-fifths of al the members to the Constitution the Legislature shall respectively 118 and 19. | Frank Tyler witD'i __________________ 3lil 0 ,
-. elected to each house : that \'otl on said enact appropriate laws to carry the purpose le-ctor for Bradford Ernest Williams do --_ nhh__ 7.HO I

Deficit September 30, 1915 uuuu___________________ 1462.61 Joint; Resolutions were entered upon their respective of this amendment into eet said certificates l.inl ; S B. Denmark caw Will Groves ____ 625
R.clpt September lOt). t March 3at 1J1S- Journal. with the yeas and nays The votes cast in compliance with the proposed August A. D. 1914. .a' I Denmark ease O. Gent ____n__ 4.01 ,
Tax collector ta"t _uun___________________ 1.152.36 thereon they did determine and direct amendment. and the canvass, declarations flcates in m)office and I Denmark ca.. John Parker ____ S.l'
Comptroller redemptions etc _u____________________ 78.05 1.230.4 that the said Joint Resolutions be submittedto returns thereof, shall be subjected for tax deed to issue in I R Denmark case H. C. Waters et al ln.fiS
the electors of the State at the General to the came regulations and restrictions The sa'd t.ritcat. ",. I Denmark feed for prison.r nu 19 .411'
Making deficit _----_________--_--_______ _______________ 232.20 Election in November, 1916. are provided by law for g.nerl elect'ons a in following lands Gt. A. Gardiner t.J case S. B. Denmark .
Il..b..nt.S.\t.mbr 30th to March 31. 1916- SOW THEREFORE. I. H. CLAY CRAW the State of Florida n, ,'ssed at the date of the i I v< county) _----________--__. 16 ,i .
as treasurer ____un________.________ 12.76 FORD. s.tar of State of the State of IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I certificates in the names Jae. J. Johns do- .. ___--__--.._ 11.51 '
Interest on scrip and warrants __ ___________________ 17.50 I'urr.ture
i 0 Florida, do hereby pi-'e notice that a have hereunto my hand and after particularly set forth, Co. co's for jail ____ 7.50
j ij Commissions as tax collector n____ _____________._______. 70.36 GENERAL ELECTIONwill affixed tb Great Itt Seal of the C.rifcal. No. 11 t P n.nmark case Will Iy ___e. _._ 7.2/
iI be held in each county in Florida onTu.day (SEAL State of at Tallahassee, Clm cor B. Denmark COt in cost bills in case .
I Total disbursements _--___--_____--___--_________________-___ 110.62 11.1.62Makng next succeeding the first Monday in the norda., the tw.ntfth ,- and run W along Madison S. B. Denmark vs county ___-__ _7 3.90'
f November A. D. Ifl6 the said Tuesday being day of July. A. D. 1916. S alone said st 334 to
deficit ________--___________--_--_--____ _____________ SI'.vJ the CLAY CRAWFORD. king to Rtarke. f Total __u _____ __ u_ ________ 429.61 .
Warrant transferred from bond fund scrip! _________n_________ iii,5i8.3, SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBERfor 8-4-14t Secretary of State. N al thence E S29.to ---- --.- -
-- the rat'fixation or rejection of the said % assessed L. M. NOTICE FOR rV
Deficit March 31. 1916 _Uh____________________________ 16921.15 'oint Resolutions proposing to 'aert. No. 119 t Department of the interior.LCATIS.. off'ce "
Warrnta oultandinl March 31. 1916 n_________________________ 1.377.79 the Constitution of the Slate am.ndmtnt C.rfrat. of FIX. Oct. 7. 191 S. Lnd
Scrip ______--____-_____--________--______________ 15.978.33 17,356.12Treasurer's Florida : NOTICE OF fAt DSCnARGE and run IW along cor Myrtle st Gainevie.htrby given that William G. Starr )
Six months after the Starke. Florida who on July 15. made
balance March 31. 1916 _nn.n_________________ 4-4-7 A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an Amend- 14th day of Januar. 1917 herf, I will present toWit. my at parallel rivht with angles to ft aid IllS ft.st hometead entry No. OJ911. for >'191.
ment to Section 9 of Article laid '
9 of the
f section 4
and the Honorable 10,
account to Township 6 S. Range 21 E Tal-
Tr..urr's balance September 30. 1915 ______u_____________ State Cnstitution. Relating to Taatonand vouc".r A. Gardiner. County Judge of anll. to said ft 105 ft. laha".e has filed notice of inten-, .
Interest due and unpaid ___--_--________ --_--______________________ 22.324.33 ( Florida administrator of Bradfor estate et. th.nc. E to M.rdui. Rear to .
ft of beg in Cast.ins prf.
a to nt .ta..h
-- Be it Resolved by the Lra.latare of the Stateof of D. S. Wheeler, deceased, and asked to 2't. Tp. 6, S. 22 t the land above described, befe> .
i September 30. 1915 22.328.33 Florida R } Court
----- ------------ : as such Ciruit at SUrke Florida, en the 23rd
Receipts. September 30th to ;;c-hsi.t. 1J1S: That the following amendment of Section b dischrl.d day of adminitrator.. tt.Vnl."s of Novemhr. 1918. .
certificates I
None Tis 1th said .
-------- 9 of Article 9 of the Constitution of the State. W. : .
D. nam. itn.t
lllbu".m.nt,. .Pt-'b, 30th to March--3119iG--------- relating to Taxation and Finance is hereby Administrator' of the estate of"f\NSJSG.. accord-np to law. tax deed Joseph Starling, a of 1 I.awtey. FlonVa. .
None ___------______- agreed to and shall be submitted to the electors Wheeler on t1'e nth day of ''\' James Hornsby of Starke, Florida
Warrants transferred to drainage fund (Script __n_____________ 16.378.33 of the State for adoption or rejection at deceased. 7-14-6mo Witness my official I Hardy Williams of Starke, Florida.
the next election hereafter that is to the llth day of October A. C. C. Dard of Florida. b -
Deficit March 31. 1916 _--_________-------_----_____________ 5.75000 say. that Section en.rl 9 of Article 9 of; the Con- NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE Seali) V. Strb.ROBT. W. DA\13.
Interest due and unpaid March 31, 1916 __nnn______________ 5,750.00: : stitution of the State be amended to read a Six month after date I will present to the 10-13-nt. 10.3.5t Register. .. -

Treasurer's balance March 31. 1916 __________________________ --- follows : Hon. Gro. (Gardiner a County judge rf -- -------
OUTSTANDING INDEBTEDNESS FUND. "Section 9. There shall be exempt from Bradford county, Florida my vouchers II.Ifnal PI'fLC
Treasurer's 1.alant. September 30. 1915 _nhu______ __._______ taxation property to thealue of five hundred accounts as Administratrix of the (tat. NVtice; is .. .
aant outstanding September 30. 1915 _hnn______________ dolar to every widow that ha a family J. Sternburg, late of Bradford county meeting on October 2nd. Full
her for and !10r da. deceased, and ask to discharged .. Supply of
.fpt.. September 30th to March 3'st. 1916Fmm support to ever b rpmmi ;/>npr in and 'or
comptroller redemptions etc _unnu________ 200.04 person who is a bona tide resident of the a* such Administratrix.This po'nted the following in. 1
' Tax collector taxes H. ___ ._ --_______--__._--_ 1,745.5sTransferred and has lost a limb or been disabled in war the 18th day of August 1916. tv-e v.n.ral election in ] COFFINS AND
.1 from t.nerl fund ___ hnhUnu___ 9.fi or by misfortune." AN'GIE STERNBCRG.Administratrix ing precincts of laid county CASKETS -
Transftnd from fine and forf.itur. ______-____________ of the estate of S. J. Stern- umKer. Tth 2916 :
Transferred from road and bridle fund nn____________ 1'1<.49 A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an amendment burg deceased. S-l<-6m I District No. I. Lawtiy -O. All Sizes and
I Transferred from building _n__________________ 'I66..i9 to Sections 2. :3 and 4 of Article VII -- I J. E. J. Wain\'rlht. Charlie Qualities :
Tran f.rr from building fund ________________________ .31: of the Constitution of the State of Florida. NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGESix by. instol.
Relating to Census and Apportionment. District No. 2, Lake Always on Hand
} Total receipts ___----_--_----___--_--__ _____--_____________ 3.177.53 Be it Revolved by the Legislature of the Stateof 29th day months of January after this, 1917 date, I, will to-wit present on the to clerk ; Jesse Cason. C. H. -

DI.bun.m.nt.. September 30th to March 31!, 1916 Florida: the Honorable! Gearire A. Gardiner County i inspectors.
Building fund warrant No. 4.21 _______________________ .2)1) That the following af.ndm.nt to the Con- Judge of Bradford Ccwr.ty, Florida, a vouchers District No.3. Palestine
Interest paid _____--uuuu___________________ 552.10Total stitution of the State c. be. and tt and final accounts a executor of my the Ia.t.i lams. clerk : J. C. demons PRICES REASONABLEJ.
fame are hereby agreed '0. and the tame of W. deceased, Weeks, insPtr.Distrct
disbulments -___--_--_------__------__----____--_______-_ 552.31 h submitted to the el.tor of the shal ask and to tttam.'nt be discharged H. such Rh'.r executor. Na. .
the election in 1916 for ratification or a tl.rk : T. G. C. CONE
Making balance in fund _--_----__--________________--____ 2.6:5.19 refection.n.rl: This the fist day of July. 1916. Smith, inl Oten.
Warrants transferred' from general fund _.___n______________-_ 2.56X.30 Section 2 of Article is hereby amended J. E. FUTCH. No.tr.Di 6. Brooker-F Lawter, !-: Florida
VI Executor of the last and Testament of
".arrant transferred from fine and forfeiture fund ______ 5.12.00.rrnts read Wi Albert Surrency J. J.
\\. transferred from road fund ________________ 6.921.80 so"The as to a(010. shall W. H. Ri\'er. dl. 7-2S-6mo. -- -'

Warrants transferred from building fund __________n__ 4.031.0 1.192.11W year 1919 and thereafter shal convene consist of in one the inspectors.District No. 6. Starke J. Whnever You Need a Jencral Tocir

Making d.fcit. _u.u__________________________ 16.06.91' member of the Senate frm each County in NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED p P Shaffer. T. N. Take Grove's
arntl ouutandta March 31. 1916 ________________________u___ the, State, and of on* member of the House UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER Jr.. inlptor. The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
16.0015 A R.rrentath.. from each county in the 4"-i, LAWS OF FLORIDA. Diftrc 7. Hampton
Treasurer', State for ten thousand of Hereby notice is given that W. M. WainwriKht. : ; Allen, ci Tonic is equally valuable as a
overdraft Mmreh SI. 1916 ______________________ 5.3 CCI population P.rr
ASSETS AND LIABILITIES. therein or major fraction thereof wh.r purchaser of tax sale Ctrifcatf numbered infptr. Tonic because it contains the

Bl in treasury all fund_______________________ 815.93 there may .I major fraction left O\'r after respectively 129 and 1 Florida, theTa -' Distret. No. 8. Raiford known tonic properties of CUININE '1
t nc<:taxes current year _____________________________: 36,084.67 dividing whole number of population of Collector for Bradford county. W. Nichols. J. P. IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
the county, by the number ten thousand : Provided each of said certificates being dated the 3rdlay don In.ptn.
Malaria Enriches the EVxi and
Total available assets ________............ that each count' lhl have at least one of August A. D. 19l. h filed the said 9. Worhin ,
--------------- the Whole System SO .en..a
1 3S.fOO.OO Representative and that county shall have certificates in my h made appl clerk : B. M. Leverett. J. cp :

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} .. !I ,_. I I II Mr. Dalton Carter, of Wateroak, Prof. and Mrs. M. S. Hayes left last
' -r\ was a visitor to Lawtey Tuesday.Mrs. I II Saturday for South Florida, where I THE FLORIDA N ETAl PROQUCtS
------ II. Bennett and daughter :Miss
j : I I they have accepted positions in a MANUFACTURE
Clara were visitors to Jacksonville I school.

j Tuesday.Mrs. Mr. II. S. Warren and daughter, i I .
t County News Items W. X. Milling and children left Miss Edyth, made a hurried business iI -

t : last week for Bradentown to join Mr. trip to Jacksonville last Friday I

:Milling, who has secured a situation :Mrs.: :Mary: Passavant returned to ESPECIAILLY ,I I
latucltln Facts Gathered Our at that place. her home Monday afternoon from
During the Week by
i :Mr. 0. L. Thomas was visitor to Lake Butler, where she had been visiting ADAPTEDFOR
", Regular Correspondents. Starke Tuesday. l I EETMETAt
I for several days.
I \ Mr. L. II. Hill was transacting busi- Dr. and Mrs. 0. J. Phillips, of YOUR STATE BUILDING ? J

j I ji ness in Starke last Saturday.Mrs. Worthington, visited Brooker Sunday ?
t ti W. II. Edwards and Miss Ave afternoon.Mr. .
if teaching again. Lee Moore were visitors to Jacksonville and Mrs P. A. Crosby and two FOR Cl.TALOGIJES. QWTATJONJ

I ( G Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Pinholster, of last :Monday.Mr. sons Ben and Ardell, were shoppingin JACKSONVILLE .. ...FiA
j (!' HEILimONN. o erooker'isited their parents, :Mr. and Albert Jennings, of Fort Pierce, Starke last Tuesday.Mr. ,
'.,' 0 Mis. D. W. I'inholster OUR INSTRUCTIVE --.
Monday.The is visiting in Lawtey this week.
D. W. Pinholster of Lake Butler
o, 1. 1> 0 ';, .. i. 'b 0 i,' of the is electric
topic day Mr. J. T. :Moore was a business visitor was transacting business in this cqK CATALOGUE AND *?Ask Your Gfcter
j, Health in community fine at this lights. Already many people are planning to Starke Wednesday. town Tuesday.Mr. '

writing, colds being the only com much improvements just as soon : and Mrs. W. G. Seals, of Hampton f WEEKLYPRICE -. **

plaint. as the town is supplied with lights. motored to Brooker Tuesday af- LIST ror
Mr. Jas. L. Parmenter is visitinghis Mr. J. II. Scarboro, who is always on /
ternoon attending to business.
daughter at St. George, Ga., this the alert for improvements, has arranged Mr. T. J. Collins made a business SEND CHEffiNEAtSCOFFEES
\\ee A. with Mr. Frank Kells to placea Wafchye Starke
trip to last Tuesday by auto.
Our school aftera electric his storeto
opens next Monday Delco plant near :Mrs.: L. L. Lamb was called to the THEM TODAY.
vacation of two months and both light that entire end of town temporarily bedside
of her sister Mrs. Ellie Hyatt -
pupils and patrons are expected to be for it is almost sure that the "
at Miller last Friday. She returned rE ,
present on that: day. entire town will be lighted by Januaryfirst. Sunday leaving her much im- : IN SEED CO:
Messrs. W. F. and J. A. Harnage .
lrowd. 'I I
: of Rising, made a business call here The fair association are full of en- Rufus Tatum. of Starke, was the B JACKSONVILLE. FLA. .

Mor.dny. 'hu!'iasm and doing all in their powerto guest of John Shaw last Saturday. -I I I- /
Among those who attended the big make the fair a great event for Mrs. 0. W. Maines, Monteocha: ,1 1 I Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days t t1

i meeting at South Prong, Baker county gn dfo'd county. Every citizen in the 1' was visiting in Brooker Monday.Mr. Your druggist will refund money it PAZO -- .
of --
list Sunday were, Messrs. T. J. county should do one or more things and Mrs. Harry Wilson, of OINTMENT BliDd.Ble orProtruding fails to cure any Piles case in 6to14days Itching |i Read the Teleeasph-l.6O t tu, t

1 :Moore, Will Bradley, Levy Sweat, L. 'o make this gala week a real success.Christian 1 VVflI3)) Sarasota, came up last week to be at The first application. gives Ease and Rest. SOc. ,
A. Davis Mrs. Raulerson and her -- -- --
the bedside of Mr. Wilson's mother I :
daughter, Miss Viola. Church. t who has been very low for some time. -C
1 Mrs. V. Andrews, of DeFun-
Mary The church at Lake Butler has done Mr. Carl Ward returned home Wednesday .
z iak Springs, is visiting her daughter, SMOKE
; the mot unusual thing for it has just I from Riceboro, Ga., where he ,
Mrs. Annie Leah Davis of this place. -
has been for time. I
, ... l' \V. K. left Tuesday for passed through a building enterprise ,
Johnson which taxed its utmost financial ability :Mr. and :Mrs. H. G. Hague return- :
I\ t Jacksonville at which place he will Yet far the (Monday after a short visit with
and patience. so as
of another load of chickens
I and eggs.The writer knows without any dissention. OUR line of watchesfor relatives at Hague Station and Ala- !

,: auto service on our route is Little differences, of opinion must of chua.Mr. .
necessity exist whenever any number men, women J. M. Shaw and family spent

just add further splendid conveniences and what we is now a post need office 'o:- of people engage in any enterprise, and children includes Sunday at Worthington. guests at the'i The popular cigar of the South. Made by the
: home of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Shaw.
but we rejoice that good sense and
in connection from unnecessarily with same, to havingto save brotherly love are now the dominating styles to suit everyone. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown motored STARKE CIGAR COMPANY :

so many influences in the church. over to New River Sunday afternoonand
go to Lawtey and elsewhere just! We can give you your
for the mail and here's hoping the The meeting just closed by Rev. II. visited friends.Dr. Geo. L. Massey, Prop. Starke, Fla. i.
this F. Cooke has done much good. No choice of either open faceor L. L. Lamb was attending to
authorities will consider
proper l large number of additions could be business in Graham and Starke Mon .,'
date and favor hunting style
matter at an early us case
looked for at this time, but the good
with Heilbronn Springs post office. day.Rev. "
series of sermons have been a special fitted with any of the G. R. Larramore preached to a --- -- J"

Prof. Davis will close his ten days uplift to the church and a help to the standard ( large audience at the Cooter Pond ..!.!.!.! !.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.! .!.!.;.!.;.!.!.!.!. ;
singing school at Vanderbilt next Saturday movements of
whole community. The church now school house last Sunday.

hear some and all good are singing.Mr. invited.to attend and faces the brightest outlook in its his- few jewels or many. There will 1 be services at the Baptist f. A L CREWS 1.0

church Saturday and Sunday ,
: Sog Griffis and son, Ernie, of tory.The And we can furnish
his usual morning' I the in charge, Rev.
pastor filled appointment I by pastor
near Elarbee, were attending to business I BLACKSMITH AND WHEELWRIGHT ;
at Raiford last Sunday. Let the solid silver, gold, platedor U. Y. E\erton. Everybody invited. I ,
here Wednesday.Mrs. !
ladies of the Lake Butler church bearin II HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY
Maggie Wainright novelty cases.
mind that the time is short for the --I SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
day morning and bade her old friendsMr. ;
: and Mrs. :McCormick a tender .I preparation necessary to make a suc- Don't buy a watch ,
of the bazaar at the fair.
farewell their departure.Mr. RAIFORD FLORIDA
upon I :
: G. C. Mott is south of Starke I until you get our prices.We .

this week baling hay for :Mr. Xewsom. Boys Basket! Ball. 't '.
Mr. F. B. Robinson had the misfor- .'.! !.!.!.!.!.o.!.!.! .!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!. .!. .,.
We know that it requires a good, also have complete'watch

tune last Friday night of losing nearly sound body to produce an active mind, outfits, bracelets, watches, '

. "oo pounds of seed cotton by leaving I therefore, the boys of the Lake ButlerHigh chains, charms etc.
i same in the field near the road. Night School have organized them- COTTON FARM LELAND SOFT PHOSPHATETHE

I rai lers made the haul. 'sehes into a basket ball team in orderto

'I :Mrs. :Mary Mott was called to the obtain this end. U. D& MINER ,[

l 1.ed-ide of her grand child at Lake The boys have been working hard FOR SALE CHEAPONE

Butler last Saturday.Mr. this month, and it seems that our STARKE FLA.KAIFORD. GREAT NATURAL PLANT FOOD y
and :Mrs. L. L. Sapp attendedthe neighboring teams are afraid of our ,*

rt big sheep sale at Sapp Station o boys. We have the material for one of 84,4 4 44 4,0004 44 44 4 1
,. Monday.Messrs.. the best high school teams in the state. 4' GOOD CROP Makes big crops and permanently improves the t Pl.!

t Ellery Sapp and J. II. Wain- What our boys need is some good Our SOFT PHOSPHATE[ is supplying a long felt want ami.ig the '

.: right and :Misses Gladys Hicks and coaching, and also the help, financialand 4 T AT PRESENT PRICES
farmers and growers who want a cheap natural phosphateAsich' is
Maud attended School
Sapp Sunday otherwise, of the citizens of Lake 4 44,04,404,4,4,4 4,4,4

l' here last Sunday afternoon.Mr. Butler. Wake up, good people, and Prof and Mrs. L. C. Futch, after SHOULD PAY FOR PROPERTYACT softer and more soluble than the ordinary gr u*'d phosphate or t A .; )
: J. McCormick and family give these boys helping hand. Let their in
t a spending vacation Raiford
floats and which is free from the
ch call
objectionable '; so c ren to
have moved to Baker county and their the Lake Butler High School boys left last Wednesday for Rising where I ? *.
"' old home is occupied by Mr. C. C. have the support of the town. Give they re-opened their school Monday.Mr. QUICK be found in commercial or mined manures. ,' :

;' Cowart and family. them some encouragement and we are G. M. Farmer of Baldwin, wasa LELAND SOFT PHOSPHATE is mined from Our'*\\'n rich i' Posits 'f
!sure that none of you will regret it. business visitor here Thursday.Mr. > j
> 000000000000 Our boys are the Lest yet. and Mrs. W. H. Harrell left \\v. E. DAVIS of Soft Phosphate in Hernando ccounty.: We pulverize it tf'a fine .1

4 0 last Thursday for Loughman, where direct
powder and sell to the grower. .... 5j
i> LAKE BUTLER. a 4,00044 0000
Mr. Harrell will work for the Dean '
Write us for literature and prices. ? ?
Turpentine Company.Mr. .. H
00 000000000AMrs. LAWTEY. 4 Carl Macclenny was a business STARKE FLORIDA. { -

: F. A. Scott, of Starke, state 9 <> \'isitorlflere Thursday. SEMINOLE PHOSPHATE COMPANY, CROOM, FLOIUDA .:
board of health inspector, is in town 44'40004 OO4000004 Mrs. R. II. Weaver returned from

this week. Mrs. Madeline Hall, of Atlanta, Ga., Lake City Saturday, where she had D. W. ALVAREZ, Agent, Starke, Fla.

Messrs. Willie Andrews, Purvis is a guest this week at the home of been to attend the funeral of her father !

:Mott Quinn Tomlinson, Neil Lang- I P.eand Mrs. T. B. Lawrence.Mr. Mr. A. A. Parnell.Mr. u_ ___.,. .'- _
ford and Hugh Hall made an overland : D. Edwards, of Starke, was Leonard Sapp of Wateroak wasa :

i trip to Ocala Sunday, returning Mon I, in Lawtey Monday. business visitor here Tuesday.Mr. ,,!

day.Mr. Dr. G. W. Brown was transacting Dennis Lemon has moved his -'iJ
R. F. Rivers spent Tuesday in business in Jacksonville Monday. repair business into the Saxon Ga- ,

Palatka on business.Dr. Rev. D.1.. Reed of Jacksonville
J. M. Mann made a professionaltrip preached at Grace M. E. church last rage.Mr.. R. II. Weaver spent several Everything for Your | |

to Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. Sunday, both morning and evening.Mr. days last week in Jacksonville, attending F RUB

Mack Prescott and son, Elbert, and Mrs. A. A. Smith spent last the meeting of the Rexall OUT PAIN Baking Needs T J

of Ayden N. C., visited the family of Sunday with relatives at Kingsleylake. dealers.Dr. II with good oil liniment. That's I .

J. E. Harper and J. F. Bennett last I Handley spent the week end in the aureik to them. I .
week. They were delighted\ with our Mr. 0. L. Thomas was transacting Jacksonville and points on the East The best way stop
,I town and said all that we lacked of business in Baldwin and Jacksonville Coast.W. rubbing liniment is

having a real city was electric lights Monday.Col. Malcolm: of Jacksonville, rep-
e and waterworks. J. C. Poppell, of Starke was resentative of the Remington Type-
I Mr. J. E. Harper, of Gainesville transacting business in Lawtey Tues- v riter Co..was in town Monday. MUSTANGLiNIMENT

Supply Co., visited his family here on day.Miss Mayor J. E. Byrd was a business Good homemade ;
last Friday and Saturday. Jessie Griffis spent from Friday visitor to Jacksonville Monday. .

: :Mr..and Mrs. D. W. Dubose are to Sunday in Jacksonville as the Mr. A.1.: Brash, of Johnstown, r

happy over the arrival of a fine girl guest of her cousin, Mrs Fred True. was in Raiford Saturday.Hon. I bread biscuit

baby.\ 'I Mr. S. Cline was a business visitor A. S. Crews, of Starke, was a ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crews, of New rn Jacksonville the first part of the professional visitor here Friday.Mr. I I r- and cookies always make a

( "''ver, attended church in Lake But- : week. Howard F. Stanton, of Lake Good for the Ailments of "hit" with husbands and

,' : ler last Sunday. I Mr. Marcus Brown, who is studyinglaw Butler was a business visitor here last Hones, Mules, Cattle, Eta t

; Miss Mattie Warren of Starke, I at Florida University at Gaines- Saturday I Good fa kiddies. And they're tic- -7 1
spent a few days with Miss Sarah I "lit" spent Saturday and Sunday at Mrs. L. A. Dees, of Mayo, spent Pairu your own i kled when you bake a
Rivers this week *ho home of his parents here. several days last week in Raiford visiting Sprains, I CAKCtou I, ?
Mr. Earl Whittcn. of Raiford, was Mr. Enoch Griffis was in Jackson- her daughterliss Mae Dee;, Cuts, Burns, Eta / R delicious cake. 4

a visitor. to our burg Tuesday. "melonday: purchasing brick and who is instructor of music in the high 25c. SOc $1'. At all Dealers.
Miss Louamanda Pinholster, of Yellow tser material with which to erect a'ostory school here.

. Water and Mr D.>wey Pi'1hol"tf'r.1 l t\, brick building directly wet Mr. Tate Denmark of Starke, spent =- If you are not gettingas l'

'! of Klornhome. spelt Sunday with their i f tl!) > postoffice. The building will b,' Monday and Tuesday visiting relative DON'T THROW AWAY YOUR I Ii I 'W rc.teet ;

I'' parents, :Mr. aid Mrs. D. V,'. Pinhol- ->\50 feet. The first story will beE here.Miss i. ,10U,,, good results as you :! .

': ster. "'i-d for a general store and the sec- Helen[ Xauright left Sunday MONEYi w i
j jnot
Miss Pasavar.t. of Rrook. nn 'd floor will be used for offices for Lake City, where she will enter lnur' ; would like to have, why .

i! the week-end guest of :Mr. and Mrs. I'I Mr.! R. R. Thede was a visitor! to 'he high school. i consult with us about the
Pinholster. I "'arke last Thursday. Mr. Will i Fl 0 t ,
Andrews is having an ad-
1F' a flour
'I Miss Louise Sanders one of our i Mr. Carl Wooten was visitor to dition built 01, his store building recently selling to Peddlers. You can get a you are using.
: popular teachers has been quite sick I Jacksonville. occupied: by S. T. Dowling. much better prices by shipping direct "

for several days, Int ,ware glad to I II :Mr. and Mr*. Charles: de Beruff, of I to usWe ?

: know that she:; is able to be at hr amt ,! Jacksonville spent Sunday with rel'ives ..' : !' '> %' r.r. I Wehave handled many

I -- -. --- --- i : in Lawtey.Mr. buy Metals, Rubber, Rags, ?It (4'i

How's This ? j i J.V.. Smith, of Lake Butler, BROOI\ER. 4'a I :: a different brands of flour
Sacks Bones. Etc Etc -
I Ii vp a visitor to Lawtey Tuesday.Mr. apd pay
I We offer One Hundred Dollars ReWard and meal and know just
i : :M. Carter and .. I
D. :1
of .
for any case of Catarrh that cannot I' family, A. h .A. 4 66 7
I: be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. I II Wateroak were visitors to Lawtey on Mr. and Mrs. M. P. :Matheny motored Highest Prices & Give Prompt which are giving the best satis
Hall's Catarrh Cure has been taken
I by catarrh sufferers for the past Tuesday.Mr. to Hampton last Monday after- Returns. r faction. We invite you t?
i f thirty-five years, and has become I IJ I and Mrs. Enoch Griffis were noon, combining business with pleas- f p
, known as the most reliable remedy for I I visitors to Starke Tuesday.Mr. Price List mailed on application.

t Catarrh.the Clood Hall's on the Catarrh Mucous Cure surfaces acts thruI ex-I I : G. C. Wooten, the Lawtey telephone ure.Messrs.: H. R. and L. A. Brown, J. / I

f polling the Poison from the Blood and man, was transacting business C. Clemons and L. T. Shaw were 1 i I .-
f healing the diseased portions. i: in Jacksonville Monday transacting business in Starke last. Orders Given Prompt Attention
After you have tiXcn I! Irs Catarrh Rev. THE PENINSULAR METAL CO.
and Mrs. T. B. Lawrence spent : .
j 1l t Cure for a short tlrr.fc you will s"e a Monday.Mrs. i
. great Improvement iu your general from Saturday to Monday in Jack- : E. J. Ward returned home on l':' JACKSONVILLE FLA. :
\ health. Start taUn?; Hill's: Catarrh : sonville.\ A. M. DARBYSTARKE
t Cure at once and get rid of catarrh. Sunday from Jacksonville where she -
I r Mr. R. 0. Daniel, formerly of Starke
I .,! Send F. J.for CHENEY testimonials& CO.free.. Toledo. Ohio. I but now of Jacksonville, was a business spent a couple of weeks with rela.j I Read the Bradford County Tele-
j FLA.
i t I Sold by aU Druggists. 7Sc.i visitor to Lawtey Monday. tives. graph-the home paper. I ,





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