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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 20, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME 38. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1916. NUMBEER. 16. '

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SHIPS SUNK, SMAL CRAff DAMAGED I[CENSORSHIP REPLY 'GLADES LAND EXPLOSION IN MAINE COAST TOWN '



AND ONE LIFE LOST IN HURRICANE MEETS WITHDISAPPROVAL BUYERS CANNOT REVEALS SECRET EXPLOSIVE PLANT


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U. S. Aeronautical- Station at FOR THE CANNING CLUBS SUE THIS STATE SCHOOL BOARD MEETING Efforts to Ascertain Ownership jt' :

of Building Have So Far
Pensacola Withstood a Gale County Commissioners Give Board Met With Commissionersto : J.
PRESIDENT TO HOLD REPLY FEDERAL SUPREME COURT Proved a Failure. ; t.g
Blowing 114 Miles Hour. $25 For Prizes.Mrs. Arrange for Depository.
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TILL ELECTION IS OVER
DENIES THEIR PETITION ; J ij

HURRIIED DEPARTURES .
ONE LIFE REPORTED LOST T. E. Waldrup, home demon- Board of public instruction met Oct. ,
Declaration States That It Is Almost Everglades Land Buyers Claim State 2nd to .
stration agent, attended the meetingof pursuant adjournment.The DESTROYER CAUSES TALK ;L :
AND PROPERTY DAMAGED the county commissioners Wednes- Impossible to Act in Any Way Violated Agreement with U. S. minutes of last meeting were .i

in the interest of the girls' can- read and approved.The J
day Positive Till After Campaign. Government for Reclamation. Favorite Region for Secret Wireless I
Weather Bureau at Pensacola Destroyed ning clubs, asking that the board board was asked for teachers at .'
make an appropriation for prizes. Saxton Union Stations and Submarine Bases- .
Visited by Hurricane for Chapel, and Davis I .,
-Mobile Twenty-five dollars was appropriatedfor WASHINGTON, Oct. 15.-The result WASHINGTON, Oct. 16.-The Supreme schools which was granted, and the Suggests Important Developments I .i
Two Hours, Blowing 110 Miles an this purpose, to be used as Mrs. of the examination of the allies' Court today denied the applica- superintendent requested to furnishthe ."'
in Connection With the
fit. She is thankful for note on the censorship of the mails, as AlfredB. Wanhip'sNeutrality I,
Hour-Earthquake Shocks Felt at Waldrup sees tion of Clair D. Valletta and said schools with teachers as ear- !
Little Damage the appropriation and commends the made public this morning, has broughtout Quinton, representing land ownersin ly as possible.It Patrol Along Coast : '.s: .sJ !

Birmingham, Causing board for their liberality. a feeling among the officials thatit the Florida Everglades, for hearingof was ordered that one month's
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does not satisfactorily meet the pro- motion to file suit against the rAn
a salary of Brannen school be
STRIKE OF BLACKS IN CANAL test set forth in the United States' of Florida to drainage by appro- EAST MACHIAS, Me., Oct.
state compel
PENSACOLA, Oct. 18-Several ves- priated to the building of said school. explosion which shook this \. .t\
THINGS note of Wednesday, May 24, which the state of Florida of certain sectionsof IG.'I''I'
sunk and num- ZONE IS TIEING UP
sels in the harbor were suffered said that "only a redical change restoring the Everglades.The The board met in joint conferencewith last Saturday has since revealed \1 i ia
bers of small craft damage to the United States its full applicants charged the state the county commissioners in regard building at the head of 1-
and one life lost in the terrific tropical PANAMA, Oct. 15.-The strike rights neutral will to bonding and arranging for the on the East Machias: river has been .. 1 s
as a power, satisfy with violating agreements with the S
hurricane which struck here today. started by negro workers on the Pan- this government." for reclamation of the depositories of all county and district used secretly as a stcrehouse for some I!f : "
The wind at one time reached a ve- Canal is Five hun- government funds for .
ama spreading. The has watched next year. powerful explosive. Efforts to ascertain t
state
department and that the Supreme -
Everglades proposed
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locity of one hundred in dred street car employes have gone with interest, however, the British Court appoint a receiver to con- All teachers are requested to have the ownership of the explosive -4;
miles hour. Property damage out completely tying the road. have been unsuccessful, the authori- ; -
per up government's informal arrangementsand duct the drainage work. bill and teacher's reports forwardedto .
this city, however, is confined chieflyto The bakers threaten to walk out to- is understood to feel that the resentment me properly made out and vouchedfor ties placing little credence in the sug- 1 ;
win-
roofs blown off and plate glass gestions that hidden cache for sub-
night. of American citizens over to Starke, so as to reach me on a I
dows destroyed. The police today closed the head the allied censorship has greatly les COTTON PRICES SOAR SKY HIGH Saturday before the meeting of said marine warfare had been discovered. \ .
Reports from the navy aeronautic quarters of the strikers in order to sened.It board. Reports that boats had been heard i

station here said that it had escapedwith The prevent street assemblies. Prisonersare is thought that the United States Sea Island Brings 39 Cents-Highest Bills and teachers' reports were examined passing up the river during a heavy t
comparatively little damage. cleaning the streets of Panama, will Price in Rears. storm Friday night and Saturday ((f
send no reply in the three weeks Forty approved and ordered paid and
newly completed permanent hangars In the regular cleaners having quit work.;: before election.In warrants were issued for same. The morning could not DC confirmed. I ;"
the storm in good shape.
withstood inclination
There is
a general among
this connection diplomats attach disbursements will in .'extweek's
hurt the week cotton has ad- appear
several were During past '
persons There
Pensacola work.
the to were
negroes stop '<
much significance to President Wil- Telegraph. Destroyer Leaves Suddenly
being blown through windows.The in Panama but vanced from 16% to 1G cents per
by fights today no
wind, after reaching a velocityof many fatalities.The son's declaration of yesterday that it pound, the highest price obtained for F. G. SCHELL, BAR HARBOR, Me., Oct. 16.-The ".

one hundred miles an hour died out strike has not interrupted the is almost impossible to do anything in the fleecy staple in forty years. Even Secretary. abrupt recall of a liberty party from
then the field of foreign affairs during the being refused, the destroyer McDougall and the sub- .
to fourteen miles an hour and dredging in the canal. offers at this price are .'.
. ten minutes later it blew at the rate campaign.All and indications still point to an up- sequent departure of the ship at full ''
of ninety-eight miles an hour from information reaching the state ward trend. Sales for the week for REGISTRATIONBOOKSREVISED speed today, suggested developmentsin

another direction. The weather bureau CLARK COMINGHERE department is understood to indicate Sea Island are reported down, only 2- connection with the warship's neutrality f"'

I on the top of an office buildingwas that the allies are determined to main- 182 bales being sold in Savannah, patrol.The ..
destroyed soon afterwards. tain their firmest attitude on the subject where the price is a shade higher than wild coast line in this region ,.,

TO -and the officials are said to feel that quoted here. Good middling spot h. "
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Battered. SPEAK that any farther step by the United cotton, short staple, sold here yesterday gions picked out by rumor for hidden :4

Mobile States might bring the controversy to for 17U cents per pound another wireless stations and secret submarine '.;
MOBILE, Ala., Oct. 18-Mobile was a much more critical stage. record-breaking price, and the high- Ticket For November Election bases. ,
battered for about two hours this p
hurricane and when the Congressman Has Challenged est obtained for many years.A Made Up by CommissionersThe ,'
morning by a SURPRISE PARTY FOR POPULAR representative of the WilsonMason GRAY IS COOLING OFF .
storm cleared it was found that less merchants of this 1"-
had Coffin to Prove Charges.In YOUNG LADY.A Company, cotton :
than ten thousand dollars damage i and
city, verified the prices quoted board of county commissionersmet
been done in the city proper. I number of friends of Miss Ella stated that the prospects were en- in special session October 18th, In Jail For Offensive Language ,

There was one fatality. A negro a poster that is being distributed May Long planned a surprise party couraging for a still further arvance. 1916, and was called to order by Chair- and Resisting Officer.
woman was killed by a live wire. about town Congressman Frank Clark for her, which took place last Friday There is no telling where the price man J. B. Crews with all members :;

announces that hell be in Starke evening, and was indeed a surprise to will go before the climax is reached. present, to-wit: A. II. Williams, D.
Storm Warnings Ordered Down. next :Monday morning to address the the charming young honoree. while the market is very active, there W. Pinholster, J. L. Underhill and S. Sunday afternoon Constable Jake l

Storm I people. The meeting is announced for Forty-five of the younger set were seems to be but little cotton being of- T. Dowling, and proceeded to revise Johns took a promenade along Alligator -
WASHINGTON, Oct. 18. -Fla. to o'clock. invited guests, and the evening pass- fered in any of the cotton markets of the registration books as provided for Swamp. The weather was fine and I,.

warnings from Carrabelle ordered, down, 110 Francis Coffin, prohibition candidatefor ed merrily with games and music. Re- the south. Prices in all the cities of by law.C. he expected to come across some 1 I"tit

New Orleans, La., were the congress, has been circulating a freshments of wafers and fruit punch the cotton belt report a decided ad- A. Knight, county supervisor of gamblers, whom he would compel to I If.

tonight, but they are still Savannah up on and poster derogatory to Mr. Clark. In were served at the close of the even- vance in price.-Jacksonville Metropolis registration, was present with the reg- contribute to the county's fine andforfeitgre : j
Atlantic coast between reference to this :Mr. Clark demands ing. istration books and board proceeded to fund and cidentally: to his I .
recordedin
Norfolk. Heavy rains were that Mr. Coffin be present at the meet- revise said books, erasing therefromthe own exchequer. He stopped occasionally l'
weather -
several sections and colder substantiate the --------- -- listening for such expressions as, '
Ing Monday and ------ names of persons who had died ,
is now promised. charges he has made or stand convicted and those that had moved from. the "High, low, Jack and the game," but J I

of falsification. Personal notice of CONFEDERATE VETERANS HOLDING county and transferring the names of heard none. i'

Earthquake Felt at Birmingham. the meeting has been served on Cof- persons that had moved from one dis- But what was that? Far in the ,I ::9"1

BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Oct. 18.-Birmingham fin. It seems probable, therefore, that trict to another district of said coun- west he heard cussings, not deep but ,

and this section of Alabama those who attend will have the oppor- THEIR ANNUAL SESSION AT TAMPAMIAMI ty. After completing said list it was loud, screams and shots. Somethingwas

had the severest earthquake in the tunity of hearing joint debate be- ordered that same be published as pro- going on there which demanded II. this .

history of the section today, and although tween these candidates. vided for by law. interference. Jake examined his .
little property damage was Congressman Clark is always an interesting It was ordered that the names of all trusty Smith & Wesson and went I.fY?.

caused, other than the destruction of speaker and when he is AND JACKSONVILLE BOTH IN THE FIELD FOR 1917 candidates certified by the secretaryof west. !'1
chimneys and windows, great excite- smarting under what he holds to be an state and the county supervisor of In a ,cottage south of the Wens "t ,

ment prevailed. The reports of ser- unjust accusation he is even more so. CONVENTION-GENERAL ALFRED AYER, OF OCALA, registration and the names of all who place lives one C. K.: Gray, colored. I :!.

ious mine explosions proved to be er Those who attend the meeting Mondaymay had filed petitions in conformity with Gray was full of blind tiger dope and !It:,
roneous. expect to hear about the warmest SEEMS TO BE THE CHOI CE FOR COMMANDER.TAMPA the law be printed on the official ballot had cruelly beaten his wife and chil- j t;,

I speech of the present campaign. for the general election to be held I dren. When the ccnstable arrived f.1

HONOR ROLL Additional November 7th, 1916. It was further Gray stood on the public road using ...fe
I Oct. 18.- arriv- meeting.The '
AFTER WAR PLANS DISCUSSED als of veterans yesterday and todayto blue and the gray will exchange ordered that the said certificates and language of the most sulphurous description I I ,.;
festive petitions be filed as part of the rec- and when the officer invited ,
For attend the annual state reunion of fraternal handclasps across the
First Month of Bradford County '
him to him to the county I
Germany Prepares For Transition of the Florida Division, United Confed- board tomorrow afternoon at Plant ords of said board. I accompany :;
High School appropriation jail, he averred that:no d-d cracker -
The board made an
the parade, when an ,Ito
Industries to Peace Basis. erate Veterans, brought the attendanceup Field, following
threatened
could arrest him, and
roasted of $25 to assist the girl's demonstration -
to nearly 500 veterans, and more old-time barbecue, with fresh
Lower First Grade-Elise Jones, than that number of Daughters and meats and poultry and all the good canning club of said county. Said strike the officer with a bottle. But t
BERLIN, Oct. 15.-Via London, Oct. amount to be paid when called for. Jake knew what to do in such cases
Mills Cecil Gaskins
George Carlyle Sons from all sections of the state. things that go to make up a genuine
Ritch, Elizabeth Kendrick, Elzie Aus- 16.-Germany already has made plans Little business was transacted today feast will be served. N. D. Wainwright, county assessorof and soon thereafter had his man be-
for the transitions of Germany's industries taxes, presented the tax books for hind the bars of the county jail. Even '
tin.Second the main feature of the day being The local camp of Grand Army of
Grade-Owen Griffin, Mary from a war to a peace basis recreation and pleasure. Several the year 1916, which were examinedand then the negro cursed Jake and Dep-

Ella Edwards, Eugene Matthews, Sammy Dr. Karl Heifferich, the vice chancellor hundred of the veterans, Sons and the Republic veterans, A. H. Terry received. It was ordered that the uty Cameron. I{

Sternberg, Kenneth Register, Gus- yesterday addressed the budget com- Daughters went down the bay todayon post, has been invited to participateand books be distributed as directed by Tuesday forenoon Gray was given a

sie May Bennett, Kate Chase, Isla mittee of the Reichstag on the situa- the Favorite line steamboat Poka- has accepted. The Invitation was law.The hearing before County Judge Geo. A. 1 j'

Poppell, Bertha Wilson, Harriet Ritch, tion, saying the transition would be noket. Lunch was served on board by made in most gracious spirit and has board adjourned until Friday, Gardiner on two charges-using pro-
Florence Andrews, Lester Austin, made under the government's partici- the Daughters of the Confederacy. A been as graciously accepted. The G. A. October 27th, when it will be in session fane language on public road and resisting -
pation and supervision.A I to hear complaints from persons an officer on duty. He pleaded
Mary Canova.
feature of the trip was a memorial R. reunion was held here earlier in the
Third Grade-Eugene Williams, Lee special imperial commissioner has service. and the Confederates were at who may have been erroneously guilty to both. For the first offensehe
Mott, Laurie Tomlinson, Roy Miner, been appointed to take charge of the Miami is most prominently spokenof that year time guests of the Union vete- stricken from the registration books.W. was fined $1 and costs, and for the i
Charles Lois task. He will be assisted by a large T. WEEKS, the second he was held for the circuit j
Marks, Hugh Brownlee,
the
Indeed
as the 1917 meeting place of the rans. during two reun- November Oth
which ,
of selected Clerk. court, convenes I'
Williams, Eva Pearl Thrower, Ruth advisory committee men '
veterans. 'Jacksonville is also men- ions it has been a common sight to .
this: offense is the jurisdiction -
beyond
from all of business with as tj
Poppell Martha Hodges, Madeline departments tioned for the convention. The beliefis find the blue and the gray veterans
Green, Fannie Darby, Francis Colley. the function of examining and giving in the WONDERFUL CITRUS GROWTH.Mr. of the county judge.'s I
strong that Miami will be awardedthe paired off and enjoying things ..IS.
Fourth Grade-Lot Ensey, Alfred expert opinion on all proposed econo- .
I honor at tomorrow's business true spirit of fraternity.TOM CHURCIi.
CHRISTIAN L.
Green, Hamilton Ritch mic measures.Dr. .
Berry Kilby, ,
Heiffereich indicated that the -- Hiram Hunter, who lives a mile Rev. Homer F. Cook, state evange- 'iJ
Vandi Williams -- -----
Margaret Livingston,
FO-R I north of Raiford, on one of Bradford of the Christian; church, will
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list
committee have of 'IIXEES.I
Dolly McRae, Marie Parker, Winnifred would some sort COMMISSIONERS HEMINGWAY DOING WELL. farms fJ
little off ,
fertile ,
Mott, Mardi Thrower, Free Wynn. control over imports with a view to I II county's sent speak every evening this week at 7 ti
Fifth Grade-Louise Andrews Iris keeping foreign exchange rates within I to a nursery in Rockford, Ill., about o'clock, and Sunday at 11 a. in. and 7
It developed at their meeting Wed- T. F. Hemingway, a well known carpenter I two years ago and bought three treesa s
Epperson Alma Elizabeth safe limits, so as to protect the p.m.
Culbreth
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Brownlee gold basis and Germany's nesday that the county commissionersof I ,.a couple of years ago became guava, an orange and a lemon. Following this Rev. John Mulladywill
Agin Emma Townsend, Willie system. currency Bradford county are strong on sup I tired of looking for jobs in his trade I Sending North for tropical fruit begin a series of meetings Monday 4.
Sinah
Irma, Moore, Pearl Culbreth, The representatives of all the porting the democratic nominees.When I. and bought a 3-acre place in Johns trees is a bit unusual, but the trees evening, October 23rd, to continue at
Julian Canova Nellie par-
:Mott Stilly, ties expressed themselves as in accord the petition of S. J. Catts to. sub-division, near the southeast cor- i appear to be enjoying the change froman least two weeks.
have his name placed on the election ner of Starke. He was not brought! uncongenial clime to their natural The regular county convention of
with Dr. Heifferich's
Sixth I
Grad program.
Edwards El- I
la Manning.Seventh -Dorothy ballots was reached in the regular or- up as a farmer and last year was j home. The orange tree, which was Christian churches of Bradford county

der of business Chairman Crews called spent in more or less unsuccessful ex- : supposed to be a dwarf, has grown to will be held in Starke Saturday and ,
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Paul Grade-Augustus Long, :McCormick Arch Proctor, Sam Summers for a motion and a second to have the periments. But this year he has done be over five feet high and has ten Sunday, October 28th and 29th, whena

Canova. G. B. Colson, Henry name so printed. Commissioner Un- well. He has made 50 bushels of corn, j i well formed oranges and a number of:. large attendance is expected.All .
Eighth Grade-Maude Manning, M. Andrews. L. A. ,\ Redding'j'C. i derhill the bushels and his fallen off proved
Alice made motion, but there was 100 sweet potatoes 'i others have as they are cordially invited to attend
Thornton. Pearce, R. M.: Alvarez, Jr., J. F. Summers no second, and Chairman Crews ruled cane will yield him two barrels of sy- .too great a burden for the little tree .
L. G. Sibley, Jesse Cason W. H. ,that he motion was lost for the want rup. Besides, his garden is full of |i to hear. factor in the citrus crop of the state,
JURY LIST. Norman J. E. Gay, D. C. Hood J. J.i! of a second.It vegetables and the crab grass in the.i The remarkable growth, however, but since the freeze of twentyoneyears

Silcox, J. S. Roebuck G. W. Hall Edgar is suspected that Chairman corn field keeps his horse in good con- j has been made by the lemon tree, ago very little attention has

The following 36 names were drawn Clark, Chas. H. Register, John Crews took this action merely to test dition. He has also sold wood and had which is seven feet high and has fifty been paid to this branch of agricul-

from a list of 300 names, selected from D. Smith E. L. Green, A. A. Willis, S. i out the sentiment of the board. The. the necessary fuel from his land. lemons of all sizes, from fruit just ture. Citrus fruit growing, chiefly

the list of registered voters of Bradford L. Griffis, J. C. Barry, D. B. Brown- r law is mandatory as to the printingof Mr. Hemingway used no fertilizer set to fruit as large as grapefruit. oranges, is slowly coming back into

county, for the sake of serving on ing, E. L. Ware, Frank M. Chancey, names on the ticket where peti- whatever on his crops. His land has a Besides this there are half a dozen the county, as is shown by the agricultural -

the grand and petit juries at the fall 0. W. Dyal, A. A. McDonald, J. H. tions in proper form have been filed. good natural drainage and good sub- bunches of bloom, showing that the report, which gives the crop of

term of the circuit court, to conveneat Lowery, G. W. Harden, S. T. Dukes, The petition of Mr. Catts was in pro- soil. The work of tending his crops ,.tree will be ever-bearing and will fur- 1914 as amounting to $12,492.00. Mr.

the court house in Starke on Mon- John H. Williams. per form and it was afterward ordered has consumed only part of his time, I nish a continuous crop of fruit Hunter has shown that lemons, as wellas

day, November 6th, 1916: that his name be printed on the bal- giving him plenty of opportunity to throughout the year. oranges, can be made a paying crop
, A. 0. Andreu, T. M. Hagan, J. D. I Read the TelePuph-$1.50 t vear. lots. work at his trade. Bradford county was at one time a I I in this county.-Raiford Tribune '


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L' i PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY: TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, Me.

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feeling scarcely at home until the occupation REST AND HEALTH ROOM.

t 1 ; k TEUTONS SUCCEED RECAPTURING Willis reports of the that British it consisted, when Captain of "for- Through the kindness of the Brad- @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@.

ty huts thatched' with palmetto leaves

; ..,I\\. GROUND LOST TO THE ROUMANIANS whole and barracks surrounded" for a small by a garrison stockade, the of ford fluor County of has the been fair Fair provided building.Association in the With, second a restroom the JOB PRINTING .

pine posts. Attempts at cultivationwas p
\: I co-operation of the Woman's Club of
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art confined to few gardens. I
a I Lake Duller, exhibit and confer- @
t. t WISHING: I'EACE YET DISLIKING The other Spanish city of Floridawas an I c'
Roumanians Have Gained De- I ence will be held in this room all during -
'I ; TERMS GERMANY; WILL FIGHT St. Augustine: with a populationof fair week. Every attending ,
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f 5,700 people, composed of whites, person @
; r [ cided Advantages at Several the fair is cordially invited to"is-
Intention of Ha\inj a
Allies Show No blacks, mulattoes and Indians and of .
it this rest and health 'D
!I''i Points. Settlement Except on Own Terms. these the garrison constituted of :!,;jOO. I will be present during room.the entire @} .
Within the town was HOG houses,
a
VIENNA, Austria, Oct. 15.; -With a majority of two stories, with two week and will be very glad to give advice @ -i-i Neatly airl Artistically @}
Ii t information, instruction, and lit-
THAT keen longing for has a i
ROUMANIA ADMITS peace come rooms on a floor, large windows and "
!i persistent speculation in Germany and wide balconies; many had stone porticoes erature along the lines of health and @ T \ Done...Give Us a Trial! b bIM @

f HER FORCES HAVE RETIRED Austria as to the manner in which to ; there were three churches anda sanitation.
obtain this blessing. I will be especially glad to meet all @
convent. The streets were regularlylaid @
I mothers with small children, and -
I anyone
German and Austrian politicians
Austro-German Forces Recapture the out, but narrow and there was a
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I t having tuberculosis. @ c5
: emphatically set their teeth when square in the middle of the town wih @.
t Heights of Smotrec-Both Side peace is mentioned, not of fear of losing the governor's house on one side. Please do not fail to visit this room

\ f Claim Successes in the Violen the war, but because the entente These were the fruits of a Spanish; while at the fair. @ i @'

I, Fighting in Yolh 'nia-lkrIin Say'sI allies have on shown any basis no inclination that will to l leave negotiate occupation years if we include of nearly a settlement two hundred of St. .MRS.Respectfully F. A. SCOTT, @ SraJifnri 1 (Cmmtyof: [rlrgrapI! @. "

t Attacks Were Repelled. central Europe as it was before the Josenhs.. another at St. Marks, on the 2t. Dist. Public Health Xurse.

,''t, war, except that Poland be mud.1 an Gulf; the hamlet at Picolati, and sev- formed under the American occupa @ @.

i Roumanians LONDON,in Oct.northeast 10.-Although Transylvania thef now autonomous be said to government.be the only This possiblecondition can I eral St. Augustine.aggregations In of 17 inhabitants'>:3 there were near tion. Volusia Perhaps Volu and went gave with his name the settlers to- @@@@t@@@@@@@@@@@@@

on which Germany and Aus- probably; () ) white people in Florida
f that site-it is almost certain that
continue to fall back before the AustroGermans -
tria are ready for peace-with the proviso Under the lith!* article of the treaty the name was taken from this settlement ,
forces in this region, all
that and Serbia Le -
also Belgium ;
the Catholics of Florida granted -
were for the We have di- ;
county. no
j along the battle line to the vicinity o f
of that neither
so taken care can ever freedom of religion such existed inEngland
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as rect statement in the record that0
: i Orsovo, on the Danube, they not alone otherwise, )C >OO<
t again, innocently or cause
with for all
,; are giving battle to their adversaries, protection proper lusia or the county was named from '"
I I r i. any trouble rights. But they had long confided in \'olus or the settlement, but the nameis
but several violent
at points by counter -
Germany; and Austria are stil! cjn- '
the for and when
garrisons
protection peculiar and a more probable ex-
: [ attacks, have/gained an advantageover 1
t fident that the allies cannot break
them. these were' to be removed the people planation is not to be found.
I them down. chose to go with them. In Pensacola Other noted Englishmen who aspired
: Bucharest: admits the retirement' of 1I
all the former inhabitants departed; to take part in the developmentof Bank Starv ;
!
the Roumanian forces in the Kalimai .
'!' !' ! '
in St. Augustine only five remained
i
mountains, on the northwest front, .:. ,: I ; Florida were Lords Granville Eg- I
the abandonment\ of the populationleft
mont Tcmpk'ton Hillsborough and
but says further south infantry of the : ..
UNDER THE ItlilTlSH FLAG.; the English a free hand. Hawke, the of the
marquis Hastings,
Teutonic allies was put to flight bj ... .. Starve FloridaNegotiable
r' their artillery fire. Successes also .. . The first effort towards developmentwas marquis( of Waterford the ear of :-:
!' '!' !' !' !' '! !' '!' '!' the grant of land to the a
: were obtained by the Roumanians in army; Cassilisand, Lord John Ilolle. who obtained -
: V None of the parties at interest realized field officer had 5,000 acres, captain
a grants, but found their efforts
the Oituse and Jiui valleys, where violent -
I attacks were repulsed with heavy how hcain possibilities was 3,000, even a private had an allotmentat threatened by the rebellion of the colonies Investments.
the price exacted by England from her the end of the descending scale. Immigrants -
1 casualties. On both sides of the Szur- to the north. Some of these men
adversaries the of Paris in began to in these
at and
j ,: duk the Roumanians continue on treaty pour have left their names on our maps.
pass 17i;::. France made the the of theSt.
generally
February preferred valley
the offensive, but Berlin their Another effort that illustrated the occupation There are many investments
says
,; I attacks have been repelled. Mississippi the boundary line betweenher Johns and the neighborhood of St. of the English was the estah-
possessions and those of England Augustine. Five after the first which are unfit for short term
: : In the Carpathians the Austro-Ger- years lisment of the Turnbull colony at New
1\Ii I : t, mans have recaptured the height of while Spain gave in exchange for Cuba settlement: up the ricer was at Spaulding's Smyrna. Dr. William Turnbull was I investments because they are
-whose chief held England stare, Palatka,
,'. Smotrec. In Volhynia violent fighting city was by nearly opposite an Englishman practicing medicine at
I has again broken out. Here both the both the Floridas, which she had fifteen miles from this was Rollestown Smyrna, in Asia Minor, where he had NOT READILY NEGOTIABLE.
tried: so long to settle and develop. founded by Dennis Rolles of Devon-
:: : Russians and Teutonic allies claim married the daughter of a Greek merchant -
England thus held all the Atlantic shire, who held a grant of forty thou- Hearing attractive accounts of
successes. Petrograd says that north I This is not the case with the
coast of the continent and was assuredof sand acres with indefinite boun-
; t .a of Korytniza the Russians captured a very opportunities he conceived the idea of
the rest the character of the self daries. After the death of the foundera
:; German trench, inflicting a heavy casualty by founding a colony with settlers from Time Certificates issued by the
,l sustaining colonies she had founded. few years afterwards his heirs sent the east. An association for this
on its occupants. Along the pur-
Bank of
!i Stokhod, says Berlin, Russian attacks What an empire would be hers today over a vessel with offers of free trans- pose was formed in which Sir William Starke. They are

ii I were repulsed. had not the obstinacy of a minister portation for all colonists who wishedit Duncan was interested. Business principles i always worth their face value;
working on the fond heart of a fool announcing that no further sup- : were observed; the colonists expected -
'i I HARVESTING AND STORING OF king changed the course which might port would be given from the estate. i iI to support themselves by transplanting if allowed to mature they ::!

I i i SWEET POTATOES. have led civilization before this to the I A majority accepted the offer but some the products of the Mediterranean yield 4 per cent interest.
: condition fairly represented on a smaller 'remained and struggled on in the ef- region to the Xew World, being 2
I scale in the United States. fort to make a 1 livelihood from the supposed adapted' to the climate

., !! i WASHINGTON, D. C. Oct. 19. By the ropal proclamation of Oct. cultivation of indigo. The most efficient and the neighborhood of the sea. The E. S. Mattheics Pres.
Ted H.
: Sweet potatoes must be harvested and 7, 17l: Great Britain organized her man of this remnant was a Swiss colonists were bound by the contract I Halligan Cashier

a i stored with the utmost care, say specialists '- new possessions into provinces of Que- named Volus, who playe lIthe role of to return the cost of their transportation '
I f of the U.S. department of agriculture Il'cs and East and West Florida. But .John Smith of Virginia, with some and suppport to the company after -

) I if their production is to prove British[ Florida embraced that portion success; funding their lands on the I a specified time and to receive an >OC< >OOOO< '
x : .'" profitable. Any bruising of the roots of Louhiana'alley of the Chattahoo- St. Johns unproductive they made an- 'allotment of lands. Fifteen hundred

I either in the field or in storage will hee river above the delta, southern other settlement on Lake Beresfordand : Greeks; Mino-cads and sonic others, _-- .. ,,;"fJ 1
-
-
--
I greatly increase, the percentage of Mississippi and southern Alabama to some went to DeLeon Springs. men, women and children, were collected --- -- --- ------ -- ---- -- -- "

I t loss. In storage the temperature at the Carolina grant as well as the present Others of the Dennis Rollc colony l and brought over and Turnbull was

i, which the potatoes are kept is also an state of Florida, surely a "fairly founded the settlement of Volusia given a grant 6f :20,000 acres by the t
i : important factor in determining their and rich possession" in its itself. The above big Lake George; and this settlement liritish crown with the understandingthat : :- ., ', ; j. ; .'",-,-. : :
f keeping qualities. capital of West Florida was Pensa- was considered the most promising he would! accompany the settlers I .
( Harvesting Methods! Recommended cola, which had been founded by Don when the county of Voluia'a and look after their interests. lie was i

Y Throughout most of the sweet potato Tristam de Luna, undei orders from ---- -- given the office of colonial receiver of
r producing region the harvest will the viceroy of Mexico on the shore of quit rents for his own support- an office -
t! take place within the next six weeks 'uerta (d'Anchusi August, ir: :>!) The r.I I COFFINS CASKETSAnd I that was expected to provide him I t

.. or two months. Growers should be- force at hand consisted of :2,000 soldiers a full line ofUndertakers' with $:r.ono a year. The site selected A. D. ANDREWSMERCANTILE
; : sure before Jigging that the roots and a crowd of ecclesiastics and I was named New Smyrna and the company -

I arc mature, and they should select a the spot selected was probably that Supplies spent much money in providing a

time when the ground is dry and the known as Barrancas, but of home life Always on hand. The best ser- stone wharf, sugar mills, indigo vats COMPANY (

i day is bright. If frost nips the plants there could have been scarcely a trace. vice at the lowest prices. Special and in opening canals. The labor was II I

the roots should be dug within the As usual the colonists soon'suffered attention to telegraph orders. performed by the colonists, but they

t h next few days and, if this is impossible from lack of food; their time was occupied returned no revenue, so that after the RAIFORD FLORIDA.
,' the dead plants should be cut off in wandering about the country Registered Embalmer completion the laborers were still in ,
at the ground with a hoe so that in looking for gold and then sending out debt to the capital originally invested. 1

rotting they will not carry the decayto requests for food to Cuba and Mexico DeWITT C. JONES They had the means to handle crops, I ;1

the root In 1G%( lion Andres d'Arriola came Suc'sr to G. C. Livingston & Co but the ]land on which there were to be

i Care should be taken in plowing and built "a square fort with bastions" grown were still covered wit the primeval We have some young MARES MULES and
out the potatoes to avoid all bruising -certainly at Barrancas. Also he Starke, Fla. forest; of course, the colony could .i
.
I i 1-y contact between_the_ implements. us- built a church from whose tower it is --- ) not be self supporting even though it GOOD HORSES and some balky.HORSESwe
i ed and the roots. The soil should then probable the first church bell sounded had stone buildings. In the apprehension "..
t be Mrratched away from the potatoes within the present territory of the that the labor was unending some want to sell. Anyone wanting to buy ::1

and they should be left exposed for United States, from 1559; to 156:!. If COMER L. PEES of the colonists tried to escape to the
F several hours to dry. Picking should The first Pensacola was the town West Indies, an overseer was maimed HORSES MULES OR BUGGIEScome J

t c I be in padded boxes, baskets or crates. of DeLuna; that of Arriola is rankedas Florida Real Estate Land and 4 and a cow shot, then a deputation to We
The roots should be carefully placed, the second tho it was only are- visited St. Augustine and appealed to see us. will sell for }

i ; not thrown into the picking recepta- susitation. Both these were settled 1. Timber Expert. .. Attorney General Yonge for relief, alleging GOOD PAPERS or CASH f:

cles. Although sweet potatoes do not largely with outcasts and criminals S3 Starke. that they kept a contract which
Experience at
have the appearance of being easily controlled by the soldiers and terrorized years ; the company had violated, that the

; injured, they require, in fact, as careful by the savage inhabitants of the war had cut off their communicationswith f

1 "r handling as oranges and apples. neighboring woods, the purpose after home and that the time had not We will
,i Handling should be minimized to as the hope of gold had evaporated was Ii arrived for giving allotments of land. pay you highest prices for ,

great an extent as possible. This the holding of the shores of the gulf. The court nullified the indentures, but SEED COTTON. We bought f
makes desirable a rough sorting in But! in 1719,, before the governor of half of the number had migrated to fiftyone -

the field by placing the largest potatoes Pensacola had learned of the declaration St. Augustine where they were given thousand pounds last Saturday

l in one picking container, the of war, a French fleet entered the Worn Out? lots and their descendants remain. Dr. ,
: t smaller in another, and the bruised bay, demanded the surrender of the Turnbull removed to Charleston and September, 23rd.

roots in a third. In no case should Spanish fort and transported the inhabitants resumed the practice of medicine.But .
, sacks be used either Cuba. There the French No doubt you are, If the
as temporary to you suffer from any of the people of Florida were disturbed -
f' containers or for marketing purposes. vessels were seized and a return stroke P numerous ailments to by the excitement in the colonies -

Diseased potatoes should be placed in delivered; the Spanish fleet entered which ail women are sub- to the north which finally gave We will sell you the best COTTONSEED
l none of the assortments. Such roots the harbor of Pensacola and demandedthe ject. Headache, backache birth to the Revolution. The grand

should not be left permanently in the surrender of the fort. In August 44 sideache: nervous- jury at St. Augustine made present- And don't forget that when
field, however, to contaminate the soil the Spaniards were again in possessionbut ness, weak, tired feeling, ments of popular rights and asked for
but should be gathered and fed to the in September the French came in are some and of the symptoms nd representation in the government Gov. cotton rises elsewhere it rises at
YOU must
pigs. gain and again the garrison was sent yourself of them in orderto Moultrie permitted the election of legislators -
t
to Cuba, being exchanged for the feel well. Thousandsof for a term of three years. A Raiford
Frenchmen seized in the former trans- women who have like demand was made inVest Flor-

I action. To avoid a repetition of the been benefited by this ida and an election was held in 1773.
RUB OUT PAIN occupation, Bienville burned the town remedy, urge you to In both provinces the effect was a I

I I and blew up the fort hoping there dead lock between the royal governorsand r WE HAVE LARGE
TAKECardui STOCKof
with good oil liniment. That'sthe ( a
would not be another Spanish Pensa the popular representatives. As
surest way to stop them. I events tended towards war with the all kinds of
new goods
[The best rubbing liniment is cola.But five months after peace was mother country, loyalists took refugein to select -

made between France and Spain, and! S I IMrs. Florida and there was soon a valuable I from. WE WILL BUY WHAT
i r in January. 172: :;, formal restoration body of strong pioneers engagedin

1! MUSTANGLINIMENT was made to the Spaniards. But now the development of East Florida. I you have to sell and sell you what you have

the Spaniards built on Santa Rosa island The sympathy: of the people was with
I to buy. WE ARE OUT FOR BUSINESS.
f as the more defensible po.ition: the mother country; the principal inhabitants -

tijI fresh water wis obtained from well,, The Woman's TonIc held grants from the crown Come to and what
us
I see see we do for
can
and the landing was on the bayside, that would be forfeited! by rebellion you,
Sylvania Woods
where the vessels, of that day could and all hid been allowed a free handin ,
I p of Clifton Mills, Ky., : I
says
ride near the shore. The drawing of making settlements and clearing !
I Good for the Ailments of Dom Serres shows that in 174:! this "Before taking Car dui f, lands. In 177: thee was a great mi- !'I II

Horses, Mules Cattle Etc. town contained the fort, the i-hun-h. I was, at times, so weak I trration of loyalist- Florida and the II I
,
' ( the governor's house, the house of the could hardly walk, and tate of Georgia confiscated the lands A. D. ANDREWS

'I Good for your own Aches, commandmant and about forty resi the pain in my back and and other property these had !left behind I

; Pains, Rheumatism, Sprains, dences. This settlement was destroyed head nearly killed me. them. Names afterward pro" I

Cuts, Burns, Etc. by a hurricane in 1754; and the surviving After taking three bottlesof nent in our history are included in the MERCANTILE COMPANY
} inhabitants crossed the bay Carded, the pails dis- lists of these immigrants who resumed I \
25c. SOc. $1. At all I
Dealers.
again and settled "on a crescent shaped appeared. Now 1 feel as here the manners and habit, the industry (THE BRICK STORE)

, .. body of, land about an eighth of a well as lever did. Every and enterprise that had made I
;
.__._ mile wide in its widest part, formed by suffering woman shouldtryCarduL" them valuable in other colonies. Much I RAIFORD, FLORIDArl :J
: the bay and a titi swamp;" much of progress had been made toward the I
Oet bottle
. His
Guess.
the titi swamp is still in evidence so settlement of the country, when, in 1
i Bill-"What do ;you suppose those enduring is the work of nature as compared today E-68 1783 England restored the Floridas to |

European soldiers do when they find with that of man. Here the vii Spain and there was an exodus of ,
I ; I the trenches filled with water?" Jlll- Harrison in the Florida Times-Union English settlers while Spaniards returned ,

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. rAGE TlIREII,
i'1 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 191G. ::. J


.- NEW RIVER BAPTIST TOM :MORE LACEY SUNDAY KILLED AT BY BEL-WOMAN

! News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. f ,
B. Z. MATTHEWS !
5ZS"25Z5i! Row Started Because of Anothere I

ASSOCIATION gro on Premises Where He Lived.
f Live State News i Artesian Well Driller "

, >SZSas szQS n"!S25Z25RR5ia GREEN COVE SPRINGS, Oct. 13. iI
r ms ss zseTold Our Exchanges. -As the result of a difficulty at Bel- I have had twenty-four years experience ia i : I
by
; I Held Sessions Last Week With more Sunday Tom Lacey was: killed :, .J

by a negro woman named Stella Wil- \Vell drilling in Florida. ; (
; China Grove Church. liams. From information obtainablea
TA\IPA.-As: was expected the directors !
Pros
.
HAVEN'Hooray
I
WINTER occurred between
last. of the Florida Citrus Exchange : misunderstanding I all ;
struck the Chief at guarantee to satisfactorily complete
.;' perity has the two over another negro who was t
without dissenting vote
decided, a ,
with
' The shop has been equipped a I The New River Baptist Associationmet on the premises. Lacey got bad as a I
and most logical
: that this city is the best CONTRACTS _:
: nice new tin drinking cup. By next I for the headquarters of with the China Grove chuch on result of hot words and shot at the :t tl.
location
.:. summer we will be rich enough to buy taken' the 11,12 and 13th of this month. Every woman and the woman in turn de- :
I a little piece of ice to put in the water on the September exchange.20th! This, after action three was monthsof church in this Association was represented fended herself with a small knife she l,, Raiford :-: Florida ;

..' about once a week. deliberation and after giving a either by letter or messenger happened to have in her hand, striking ....
committee two months to present full or both. Lacy with the knife in the right .1
PAUl BEACH.-The Atlantic Fish information concerning the advantagesand The Association organized by electing temple.
Company shipped another car of blue disadvantages of the various cities Rev. L. W. Kickliter moderator Badly frightened the woman took : : ;1'

; fish yesterday. Charles Kennedy the considered as a possible location. J. C. Poppell, Clerk and J. F. Kick- refuge under the bed and realizingthat ,, >
president of the company, has 250 men This is pleasing news to the growers liter Treasurer.The he was badly hurt Lacy left the --: .-- {
'; now engaged in the fishing businessand and to the citizens of Tampa and it is introductory sermon was delivered house and went down the road presumably -
; has 25 more employed in his grocery the hope of the board of trade that by Rev. Donnelly, from the in search of medical assis r
; business making a regular pay the! exchange will profit more and se- text "And they continued steadfastin tance. About half a mile from the
: roll of 275 men. The next largest employer cue more co-operation in the future the Apostles' doctrine" Acts .:42.: house he fell in the roa dand died.
:, in this city is E. P. Maule,'who than it has in the past.JACKSONVILLEMusician. "Our belief must be backed, by the Sheriff King was notified and he Offer II
: has 200 men now engaged in county Word of God" was emphasized.Some i went to the scene of the tragedy. A Special :
work. of the letters showed progress coroner's jury was empanelled and after -
Coautsof of their churches other did not. The a full investigation of the circum- : :
the Coast Artillery from Fort Monroe various committees reported on missions stances the woman was released ,it !f
J ST. AUGUSTI .-Emma Taylor found with his skull crushed temperance aged ministers being plain that she had acted in self ,
little girl of 11 years, is entitled to the main ; '
Saturday morning on
a early literature. defense.
i I| a Carnegie medal having saved the line of the Atlantic Coast Line railway deaths Rev. orphanage Postell preached on Wednes- ., -\

afternoun two miles from camp died at :: t.Luke's day night a very good sermon. HEAVIEST SHIPBUILDING INCO1'NTRVs

hospital early last night. Every Thursday morning, after the usual HISTORY.
boy fell from a bridge into Oyster effort was made to save his life, routine of business Rev. Law pr'achi ilayRakes '
and the little i
Creek in New Augustine She but the fracture was a triple one and ed on ministerial support Deut. 25:4.; 1
girl jumped in and rescued somehow him. her the operation of Major R. C. Turck "Thou shalt not muzzle the ox when On the 1st of August there were un-

j could not swim but the and Dr. Ralph Green availed nothing. he treadeth out the corn." The speaker der construction in the shipyards of ;,
courage enabled her to drag boy The body was found lying on the led up to efficiency, and at his request the United States, according to a report -
II
the bank.
j from the deep water to tracks by section hands who notified J. C. Poppell made a fine ad- from the Bureau of Navigation, ,
1 i camp officers. The unfortunate artilleryman :- dress on the subject of "Efficiency," 389 merchant ships which will havean ,
CALLAHAN News was received' was rushed to St. LukeV. hcs- giving the Starke church as an exam- aggregate tonnage of lI: &( O, 178. I am overstocked on Hay Rakes and am offering .1
fom Newberry Thursday of the tragic pital where he was operated upon nn- This does not include the many wooden -

death of Mr. D. L. Wingate whose P'ediately. The body will not ue turn- ple.The afternoon was given to the regular sailing vessels under construction them at a GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE forcash: (a ,

neck was broken when he was thrown ed over to the undertakers at once as business. Rev. Scarborough delivered but only steel boats.In .
t" with great violence from a log cart. an effort will be made to ascertainthe a fine sermon to a full houseat this long list, the greatest ever time price will be made.) !

Mr. Wingate was engaged in getting manner in which the wounds were night, taking for his text John reported in the history of the country, II ,
;' out pine logs for piling, and was rid- inflicted as foul play is suspected. The 14:1 "Let not your heart be troub- the only yards south of the Chesa-
ing on a log cart when the chain broke sheriff's force is also working on the led." peake Bay mentioned are the Merrill 6i ft Self Dump Rake !

i and the lever flew up knocking him off case. The devotion on Friday morningwas Stevens Company of Jacksonville
neck broken and which has under contract steamers
the cart. His was led by Mr. Silcox a young man .. .
. death was almost instantaneous. MIAMI.-That the suit filed in the full of zeal for the work of the kingdom with an aggregate tonnage of 2500 .
United States Supreme Court by C. D. after which the Association resumed and the Tampa Foundry & MachineCo. '
probablybeen Vallette and Alfred B. Quinton ask- business until the eleven o'clock I ., 1 steamer with a tonnage of 2000.
f BUSHNELL.-here harvested nas in this vicinity ing permission to file original suit in hour when Rev. Kickliter preached Along the stretch of coast from the "
more corn
than before and the name of the United States govern- from Acts 20:35; "It is more blessedto Capes to the Chesapeake to the end
this ever
year meat The ment to compel the state of Florida to give than to receive." This was avery of Texas nearly three fifths of the $19.95 I,
likewise more produced.
: ocean and gulf coast line of the United
of certain He said "Lifeis
fine and fine hogs to be carry cut the drainage sec- helpful sermon.
corn crops
i States these are the only two yards
filed made and receiving.
all sides encourages one to tions of Everglades land was upof giving I
seen on
feel that the world's disasters are far with the intention of forcing the drain- The afternoon session closed the reported as having steel steamers under -

.. entire section is Association. The next association will construction.In I
'glades
and of age of the
hope
; from falling on us, prosperity
,, and contentment gives this the statement. It is alleged in the petition be held in the Starke Baptist church. the Chesapeake Bay there are a
that the state has violated the Rev. L. W. Kickliter was chosen a number of yards with a large amountof
community friendliness an that air is of not independence often seen and in agreement by which the Everglades I: member of the state board. Rev. W. work under way. These include the Present selling price $27.50. It will pay you to buy I

the United G. Law and Col. J. E. Futch Bethlehem Steel Co.'s plant at Spar-
were deeded to the state by were
such rural sections as ours. States government. According to a chosen as messengers to the Southern rows Point near Baltimore with 12 now and store till next season. Prices next season

comprehensive story printed in the, Baptist convention which meets atNew steamers of 73,409 tons; the Baltimore will be around $30.00. Why not save $10.05? This .
Drydock and Shipbuilding Co., 7
sad
FORT PIERCE.-Tuesday a accident Miami Herald the suit will tend t'> Orleans.L. .
occurred at Sewell's Point resulting clarify greatly the situation and is C. Powell J. C. Poppell Mr. Sil steamers of 24,500 tons; the Ellicott offer is for a short time only.
hi the death of one of the local supposed to bring the Everglades I cox, Rev. Riggs Scarborough, D. Machine Corporation, Baltimore 2
workmen. In some manner this proposition to a point where effective W. Pinholster Frank Pinholster were steamers, 500 tons; the Newport News

man fell into the water where there laws can be passed by the next state I elected messengers to attend. the state Shipbuilding & Drydock Co., 16 steamers Dewitt. C. Jones : .
were sharks-and before he could be legislature looking to a permanent I convention at Orlando. with 11,957 tons and the Spedden
saved from injury one of them grab- drainage. Dinner was served on the ground Shipbuilding Co., of Baltimore 3
bed him and a moment later had severed each day and all seemed to enjoy steamers of 730 tons. Hardware Starke FloridaHULL'S
-
one of the victim's legs. Promptly oldest themselves. It truly was a feast of These yards on the Chesapeake Bay
at possible the horribly injured man FORT LAUDERALE.-The fat things as well as of spiritual thus have a total of 40 steamers under I
was rushed to Fort Pierce for medical settlement in the Everglades at Daviein things. ccnrtruction. These figures it si'.ouldbo

treatment but died before reaching' Broward county has again been remembered, do not include Government ; .
drowned out by flood waters from the work, but only merchant shirs.
this point. Details of the gruesome accident -
are lacking.TAMPA.Saturating. upper glades coming down the drain- The Newport News ShipBuilding Co. -_u_____ __ __ ____ __ __ '_ __;- I
age canals. The heavy rains at Da- has a large amount of naval shipbuilding -
vie the past week in themselves would! Full Supply of under way in addition to the merchant -
her clothingand probably not have caused as serious ships reported. i,
with Mrs Antoin- but when these local rains CASKETS
body gasoline damage to COFFINS AND With an enormous expenditure for .
ette Pried-Alvarez wife of Francisco were added high waters from the up-
the building of a commensuratewith
Alvarez Lime and Hanava avenues, per glades the result was the overflowing All Sizes and Qualities the country's navy wealth and positionin DEPARTMENTSTORE
struck a match and set fire to horselfFriday of the land and a damage of at
world affairs, the larger shipyardsof
and probably will die 'least ;) to the early fall Hand
night $ .OOO cropsin Always on the East and probably of the Pacific
from the effects of her burns accord- that vicinity which were almost
Coast will secure an amount of Gov-
ing to Dr. A. F. Higgins the attend- ready to ship. The lock in the lower their
ernment work which added to
ing physician. She had been sick for North New River canal being closed PRICES REASONABLEJ.
merchant shipbuilding activities, will Neither Catts Knott have affected bus'-
several days and unable to eat any- helped to aggravate the flood condi- tax their fullest capacity. Many of or our '

thing, according to her husband and tions. As soon as word could be sent C. CONE these yards will have to largely increase ness. We have a fine grocery trade and have fine
had told him she her mind. Chief Elliott at
was losing to Drainage Engineer
Florida
Lawtey :-:
existing facilities to take
Just before making a human torch of Tallahassee the locks were opened 'J of Government contracts. This care will groceries. We sell for cash. We have a good/ 1e
herself she went to his bedside kissed thus forestalling to a limited extent -- =
open a still wider opportunity for the pf Furniture, Hardware, Crockery and Glassware' ,
him and her two children good-bye and further damage.OCALA.Capt.. -
of the South At-
smaller
walked the where she shipyards 'Feeds Fertilizers A Solid Car of Phoslime (Soft
out onto piazza + !' lantic and Gulf Coast to secure contracts .
stuck a match and lit herself.TALLAHASSEE. T. D. Briggs of () for smaller boats both steel and Phosphate and Lime) put up in 100 pound white

. -.-The death war- the Homosassa result of died a blow there dealt Wednesday by a negro as i J. R. Davis ; wooden.We have before us a long period of sacks, Get our Prices. Brick and Lime, Paits, Oils, ;

.". rant for the execution of Boisy Long named Chisholm early the day before. A activity in naval construction and if Gasoline. We buy Country Produce, Eggs, Sweet '
was signed Tuesday afternoon and Chisholm had been hunting on the i & the South misses the greatest oppor- l'
Governor Trammell set the date for properties of the Rendezvous a hotel Company f: tunity which it has ever had or prob- Potatoes, Corn, Etc.

the execution as October 27th. The operated by Mr. Briggs and after + ably ever will have for developing its Yours for the Square Deal,
certified copy of the record of convic- Capt. Briggs had taken the negro to shipbuilding interests it will be left
tion and sentence was received from task an altercation occurred during INSURANCE far behind and probably never catchup ,
the clerk of the circuit court yester- which Chisholm struck Capt Briggs j with the activities of the East.- N. B. HULL

day morning, the clerk having awaitedthe with his fist. No serious results were f ) From Manufacturers Record. i
expiration of the thirty days allowed anticipated at first but it seems an t +
by the court in which to perfect an artery was broken which caused cere- I Starke, :-: Florida WHICH WILL THE PUBLIC BELIEVE -
appeal. No appeal was taken and the bral hemorrhages. Several hours after rus ? I if
governor issued the death warrant the he was struck Capt. Briggs began to .aa +i+i. 1Gesse1 f
same day he received the certified copy lose consciousness and never rallied. ,
of the record. Alachua county will Mr. Briggs had for a number of years The liquor organizations through !.',H'H"H'H+ 'H'! i.H.! H HV'H'H1o$.?..M-..

have two hangings during the month. been proprietor of the Rendezvous r liberal purchase of advertising space TRADE MARK REGISTERED ; (<,.
Willie Turner will be hung on Friday, moving to Homosassa from Virginia in General InsuranceI in newspapers which had not yet freed 10.r .
the 20th, and Boisy Long on Friday 1910. He was popular in the community -' themselves from liquor domination are
the 27th.STATE and with the traveling public.' represent none but FIRST trying to fool the public into l believing r PHOSLIME.ry i
Chisholm was brought to this city CLASS companies and will be that prohibition is a failure from ev- i

where he is now in jail. It is intimated constantly on the alert to promote ery point of view. Especially are they
NEWS that may be a lynching. your interests. Guarantee attacking the lain the newer prohi- FORSTAPLE

ST. PETERSBURG. Lightning courteous treatment to all pa bition states, even, in their desperation .:. CROPS :r.

struck the home of Chester Sawyer, BAPTIST cn nclI. A well written policy bya quoting 21-year-old newspaper :
trons. ; "After having used Phoslime for three years t-n grain t
bolster their arguments.: crops
on Lakeview avenue, Sunday afternoon articles to up ..
stunned first-class agent in a first- Their mis-tatements however, are so and potatoes not having used any commercial fertilizer, am still .
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years old, killed Ophelia the Sawyer cat, seven The Association at China Grove wasa class company sometimes means flagrant that they are overreaching :. of the opinion that it is a fertilizer of great value! after giving ;:
family singed
the hair of Herman the nine- success. The business transacted much in case of loss by fire. themselves. The advertisement claiming it this long test, and seeing crops on which it was used pass J
:: through severe drouhts safely, while of tht kind in :::
months old baby, and shocked Mrs. was dispatched without delay and "increase of arrests" in Dfn"Cr.for crops same
Sawyer besides ripping out the end harmony and good will reigned su H. C. RICHARD, Starke example is flatly contradicted by neighborhood suffered greatly, feel no hesitancy i io saying it has ,

'of one bed room and tearing four preme. The forward steps was the I. Denver official Mayor Speer is well :. the virtue of retaining moisture to a very great degree. This ;:::

holes in the roof. That the baby was instructing of the board to take under known as; a friend of the wets, yet, : in addition to its other" fertilizing qualities makes it a wonderful +
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not killed is regarded as a miracle.' the advisability of enploying an says the Denver Express, he "has been valuable fertilizer. :!:

The child has a mark extending up efficient man for the Association.The startled at prohibition's effect in decreasing :, IMMEDIATE DELIVERY :;

the shoulder left arm showing from the the course hand to of the the morning services and evening were interesting last Sunday.both For Ladies & Gents I, (quoting crime.further" Safety from Manager the Express Bailey )- :.. Prices F. 0. B. Phoslime, Fla., Irj Bags :t

electricity. The bolt went around the There will be the regular services Let "B" tailor and said "that he had been convinced ofprohibition's (y
me your
child's next Sunday, morning and evening. benefits through the jail
head over the left ear, burning have the satisfaction of know- E CARLOAD LESS THAJJI CARLOAD t
the baby's hair but without injuring Morning service at 11; Evening ser- reports. The county jail used to house .
the little one. That the mother vice at .. ing you have the neatest from 200 to 250: prisoners daily; it Z' $9.00 Per Ton $10.00 Per Ton '
: and baby, who were lying on the The Baptist Young People hold made to order suit in town. now houses one-third that number. 1

,, bed, were not killed, is believed to their regular meeting at 6:15. This |Your pressing and alteration r The city jail used to house about 100 !' (9'..
be due to the fact that they were on a is an interesting meeting for all our business solicited. prisoners a night; it now harbor r WRITE FOR BOOKLET l'
felt mattress. The bolt of lightning young people. PASTOR. about one-tenth that number. There
, split after entering the house over a The United Tailoring Co. were 71 prisoners in the county jail i: FLORIDA SOFT PHOSPHATE & LINE COMPANY ;y

.; telephone wire that crosses over the Phone 83 Thursday and 18 in the city jaiL""The : '
house. After ripping out the backroom Drives Out Malaria,Builds Up SystemThe two officials believe that if liquor BOX 462 : OCALA, FLA. 'yf

I. the bolt seemed to split and one GROVE'S Old Standard TASTELESS general chill strengthening TONIC,drivel tonic out, Across Street From P. 0. can be entirely will be eliminated reduced from to a ........;.,..."-".,;,.;.,.;...,.."...-;.-yo...-.;..;..". ,;..... ,!, ...,o/ 4'V H"' .. 4'e'f434!> ?p .
part passed through the room in which the city crime
M Uri ,f nriches the Moodand builds up the tystern. .
the little girl was sitting on the floor. A true tonic. For adults and children. 50c. su/prisingly low minimum.


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i: BR.\DFOIW COL'\TY TELEGRAPH, ST.\RIi, FLORID.\ FRIIU, OCTOUEH) 2//), 1916. j
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t.. \ i' --- . .! .. : lHPPY DAYS. District No. 3. D. Y.. d.ad.itoAi .
: entitled from precinct \\ : : U. i: 1.1..I f, .
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\ Catts was o'i. I Cr..ft. Sam Sr. dead. "n i wty.Silcot. .
r ':, Bradford County Telegraph !i iII. 3 of Alachua county, the case is ,. I .ultla.... A. C...\dead.., dead. District Xo. ;.
I, Moore Thomas hantJ1. Mark tra:',10
the TO snWKIKEKS.Occasionally : The in Florida ( r r.1 ui'a g.
stated. The reason supreme "e are "dippy"Ib 's
fairly I I
F --- _-_, IVarcv. E. M. moved from county. Dover, O. A., trov-iU from foirtyIhtvir. ,
II. ; : court did not order a recount of these I politics. Party organization and au- William?. I!. J.. dead. F. H.. dt idichorn. I.
H. Published Weekly, and entered as second II votes was'because it would also have I- a subscriber calls I jthority are being cast to the winds and District No..1.lfanden. G. (>o.. mmi! frau c. uy
at .. J. M.. moved from county. (Gail R. L.. m'"- ed r rom c. art
that
+ the post-office !
class matter at of other gains on us or writes, complaining claim the right to break over -
r. ; \ ; to permit a recount ... | men parity Markham. J,. T., moved from county.Markham. L. G.. transferred to N"- 6.
i R i!' lq Starke, Florida. I made by Mr. Knott, which gains would he missed getting a copy of the I lines notwithstanding that they J.s.., moved from county. Young. Cornelia!: jimvtd from mntJU'ritrt .
t ti i - = still\ leave Mr. Knott in the lead. In paper. We take all pains possi- haw obligated themselve.-: :.and by Markhnm ('. J., moved from county. Xo. 9.Altman. .
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f .. Lie the .. II Xe.*mith. J. IX, dead. D. 1... :a'>vtd from
have forward the copies to cartp.
E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner :other words Mr. Catts would not to the party organization, bat we think I'revatt, S. F.. moved from county. Altman. J. :;.. mood from r..' tj.l'r .
been relieved by further action of the address given us, and under our the Times-Union reached the climax !':Irri:an. J. L.. nu veil from com '>.
t. .! t e.. II. E. L.faHGnEs.ociatt': Editor I court, and there was no reason why I. system it is harder to miss mailing ''of "dippincss" Wednesday when it un- :J-tsn-ell.:; J. .D.. ,moved from county. Collins W. 1:., moved from coty.
moved from
rA. C. county. .
: Carlisle nyi.ed from
:: t I' the court should go through a procedure I ;! a copy right than to mail it. I Idertook to justify the bolting of the '1 :- I in the We expected to make good Ware L. G., moved from county. G., from ,. .
f DEMOCRATIC TICKET that would bring ro change) are j national ticket at the same time urging : Crawford novjd Co .ty.Denmark. '
f such losses caused the District) No. 5. R. J.. iJf.d.Dion. .
; This was logical by carelessness the importance of united .
stood.
it a a partysupport ..
matter
as .. .
I I i: ith. W. R., transferred to Xo. 6. S. \ intuit l from coo .
." I II and I commonsenseiew to take of the of the subscribers or ( of the state: nominees. The C'lmiuns W. II.. moved from county. Foleom. E. X., i-ioieil) from cm nty.
s National State and County. situation. Xo business man or farmer those they send to bring their% burden of the Times-Union's fearfully I'lemon: H. C., rooted from county. Fredell. J. I.. nto ed from co t.tyHoward.
lIod1 '. E.. transferred to No. 2.: T. II. n' '\hl from c.
I M. :( unij
lot of mail though there is no more land ,
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with "idiotor-
constructed
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I i would go through a wonderfully : lIalll.k.! J. U.. diad. Journey. .. W.. ni'ved from <' ur.'TJohns. "
r I time-consuming! work if he knew in I reason why we should do so than I bl" along this line is that Florida's John J. H, mined from county.MIHII C. .\., d'-tdj

.t;- President advance that it would result in noth that the baker should supply a I Vote in the electoral (college so small |ly, laane, moved from county.NiNnr. Kelley S. J., mi vtil: from cou- ''fo
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I Ii S. I', diad.XipinT. I.uca-s \ J., nimtil from coi.'Uy. j;
" Woodrow Wilson. ing. Let us keep our facts; straightand new loaf of bread for one that I as to be inconsiderable! in determiningthe i J. J.. moved from county. Lann. D. M.. dead.; "

not be to ready to do an injustice had been lost through the buyer's i result of the national election. Rut, Prescott, J. H. dead ) attox. J. J.. mmwd from com':'. '.;
\ : Vice President have their carelessness. I'.y: observing thefollowing if of its I'li.holMer. 1..1., moved from county. McL'ormick, J. C. 'moved. from i
Marshall. to men who spent as to give us proof complete Tilli-, \\ .\., moved from county.District county.O.steen. '
Thos. U. official advice will receive J. E.. mot from co '., ,
I whole lives am'JI1gus and whose! you u try into the spirit of the political No. C.II. .ityOtnn.

\ (1- Presidential Electors- acts have been unquestioned until the Telegraph regularly: silly season, it mention the fact that ..nn..tt, G. )!.. transferred to No. 12. 1'itts. .C.ferny. dead moyid front eirtl. '>.1

J. T. Duller. their duties happened to touch upon 1-Ha\e a box at the postotl l'e. the electoral vote of this state did on 1'!llIch. James E.. dikd.C'art Perry, J. }:.. IH"from cow 'Y. ..,
: a M. Canm-lla. which entirelytoo And box rent is so cheap that you in of the I r. .1. C", dead. Rosier, J. .1.. i kale! :
1 i. a political contest into one occasion the history; na- Uanota..t. ('., moved from County. Sweat. :M. .\.. d.a4.Tillis ""
t' J.P. Clarkson. much bitterness of feeling has! can atford to have one for your tion fettle a presidential conte.st. Of Covvart. M.. moved from county. S.V... itKvcJ from count}. 1

'''f F. K.: Harris. been injected. Our supreme court .. own 1 private use without sharing ; course it did not occur to the Times 1 ritix'n.V.. J., moved from county. Taylor. A. S., moved from comj.
I Cunttr; T. I).. moved from county. '
\ Walker. J. K. ntovtd from ci"> nt ; .
.... :1. II. :Mabry. judges were honored citizens of the it with other persons, for in the Union that history might repeat itself IlniK'i" I\. M., moved from county. Yates. J. W., moved from c.n.11)> ) ;

,., i\ W. II. Price. state long before Mr. Catts crossedthe .; latter case your mail will oftengo I this very year of grace, making Flor Jones. J. Hamilton, moved from county. Merritt J. R.. transferred to "P. ;;. '
.. Joms. John E.. moved from county.
[ t, t U. S. Senator- state line from Alabama and before astray. ida's'vote of the utmost: importance to Joins Mallory J., moved from county. Dirtritt X". J.Ettep. .
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S. I: dead.John l
.. \ I i Park Trammell. ::'Ilr: Knott became ambitious! to 2-Do not send children or irresponsible the democratic pal ty. :Mcfcic. I!. M.. dtnd.I'livvell >. James novel from co'.my.Stephen 4

; i i i i For Congressman, 2nd Congressional be governor. persons after your The Times-Union seems to be, hopelessly ,I!John. T.. II.mated, dead.Uaiie. from county.lj'i James \\'., dead.District i
r ; mail. They are apt to drop pa- at outs with I'n'itll.'nt"ilon -. Hirrmovtd front ci'imt.v Xo. 10 t
.1 n, .1 I r. i District- --- and letters and leave themat 1:001.1,111L: K.: moi..I from C"Ullt :Mi Tilt. J. I:.. tTi-i-t-rr.il. I to V 2M .
I v- f Frank Clark. pees and its: ,'ontinual"arf.I"( on him !ghe- '. '
Florida has ,,, r' \ E. I. : d f.
of :
The court : :5.i. d! F \ nn .1 l "Tii i-o 11.\ ;
I I 1 .. supreme calling places and forget! them. us the impression that it would lik-1! i ,. District :N'... 11 d
t I S. Ull I 1" I II Ml: u d i i 111 ere 111
t i Governorl rendered thousands of decisions, involving .. .. .
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I :!-When you wish your address to see a considerable number of democrats :>-, i al1..f .1 f. d I.i !'! .1 D. m t .1 I f: n o
I
''E I Wm. V. Knott. life and I
: both human property .
changed, omit to state '
l never yourformer to bolt the national ticket in nr- -
Secretary of StateII. until Billie Parker 1
; i rights, and never address for two reasons. der that it would have room to J hot,t '
: I Clay Crawford. and Mr. Catt appeared on the scene The first, to save us much trouble it I
of its influence. We think; \\ --ild f he I
I; '. Comptroller have we heard the integrity of the in finding name on our I
your just as unwise and disloyal for dl'lll-1
t '1'\1 Ernest Amos. court questioned. Xow we have many long lists of s-ubscribcis, and, sec- ocrats to follow the Tinge'-l'- NOTCE1As I
who have suddenly lost confidence .
Treasurer- people omlly because we may have other its madness as it would be for, themto I

j. J. C. Lunin in the court and are ready to subscribers having your name I follow the lesser journaii.-tit- high!i ,
I I
believe that it could not be, fair in a .
: I') t Public Instruction and initials and in such a case!' and the curb-stone politicians that areurging 1
Superintendent matter of no greater import than the how can we know who wants his .. I discredit the anal!
1.1 '\ :\. Shc-ats. ThTelegraph I / us to \ courts I II
trying of an election contest. \ -
1 address changed hy' t
disrupt our party organization
I
Justice Supreme CourtJefferson that its fri'I1fI"who -
I ( 15. Browne. suggests -1-When you move to a ncwplate I electing other than the party nomine! -
the Knott-
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trel that about .
way first to do in
the thing regard -
: to state o'lices.
I i R. F. Taylor. Catts contest take stock of themselves Francis P.Coffin
to mail service is to make Let's get back to the demoi-raoy <>four one
Railroad Commissioners before lo confidence in every .
I I they ? yourself: known to your new ]post daddies, which meant that when _
s Royal C. Dunn. established institution. If all of u- '
I j, I master He will then see to it the nominations were made we forgot
I, \ : For State Senator- do this we would soon drift into an- that your mail will not be givento petty grievances and personal choices! masquerading as the Candidate .

r A. 1) Andrews. archy. Let's rot allow ourselves to some ono else!: having the same and stood shoulder to shoulder for the
II"I t For Representatives be whipped into a white heat by po- ; similar Every: post .
or a name. : success of our party ticket.
i A. S. Crews. litical agitation.! Confidence is the oilier- daily! receives mail from of the Prohibition Party
"
!i W. G. Seals.' great support of our institutions, andif .. mail order houses or persons soliciting ..

'f. Clerk Circuit Court- we should all suddenly become agitators .. trade who write wrong initials BETTER HACK IT.

i I' W. T. Weeks. and malcontents the whole.tn.cture and spell names wrong! and for Congress; from the Second
i ( fall. This does .
i I t County Judire would paper unless a new arrival is known to The Ocala Banner: publishes a ru-
Geo. A. Gardiner. not ol:.icct altogether to s.t'.itoi: because ..
: i I a postmaster, the mail for the mor that Billie Parker is now doing District Florida
believe that certain: anvi.nt Congressional
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t I Sheriff we a new man may be given to an older : campaign! work for Mr. Allen, the re- ,
Ii of and fault-finding serves to .
kicking .
W. J. Epperson.
f resident of the same or a simi- publican nominee for governor. The
'i' Tax Assessor- keel ,trybody rtrhing to abiev> the lar name. Telegraph'knows nothing of the foun- has been distributing in Brad. ;
\ best results in the administration of .
X. I). Wainwright.
; 5-When you send us your address dation of this rumor, but it would not
t I' Tax Collector governmental affairs but we believe write it that .
. so plainly be surprised if it is founded on fact.
I 1 : B. :M. Dowling. also that it is best that the conservative there can be no mistake about it. We were all along under the impres- ford County circular of a false
a ;
element shall
SchoolsE. constructive remain .. .'
Superintendent be
: : If it happens to a postoflice sion that Parker was doing: a mock re
R. Poppell. in the majority. Men who believe .
; recently established! give the
j County SurveyorGeo. I in their communities, in their name of the county also. dole': and defamatory nature with.
and in themselves, and do rePublican
: E. Kelly. government: If you observe the above rules, campaign committee has
not lose too much of their time in finding .
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I t i County Commissioners and others that common'sense ;' money to pay for this; sort of thing
: R. J. Andrews. fault with others, are the men .. .; reference the I
i 'oJ will suggest, you will get your we do not think that Mr. Parker would to undersigned
; J. J. Blackwelder.S. who lead the way to progress and im ; ,
1 I t papers and letters. Postmasters hesitate for a moment to enter their
I, T. Dowling. provement. Those who want to tear .. '
and publishers are anxious employ.
I H. D. May. up and make-over everything! in the .. ; have written notice: that :
to give good service, but the pa- It may be, of course, that Catts and given
\1'\ J. L. Underhill.t universe rarely do.us any good. trons must do their part. Paperis ,;' Parker have made a coalition with the

; \ i : Member School Board- i; expensive now, anll'. republicans anil that
very together they
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MR. KNOTT IS THE: NOMINEE.W. of.
I shall address the people
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.. J. E. Douglass.J.
I stamps no cheaper than formerly, hope to carry the state. From a news

i i" C. McRac. ... so we cannot be expected to send ; item m the Hampton correspondence

\ T. B. Pinholster. V. Knott is the nominee of the .' you new copies to replace those .;;. published in today's Telegraph we

I.I/ Justice of the Peace, 6th. DistrictJ. democratic party for governor of this lost through others carelessness. ,; learn that Mr. Jap Allen made a Bradford County on

\ C. Poppell. state, as of the June 6 i primary. That 'M .. speech at a meeting of the Catts club

S i ; Constable 6th. District- has been finally determined after .?- + ?- !' !' .?- !' ;" ? '! .;, '!' + ,;.. held at that town Monday night: Mr.

.1 :: Jacob J. Johns. months of proceedings in the circuit Allen, as we all know, is a very excellent MONDAY OCT. 23rd 1916

t, XOTE-If nominees for justice of courts of the several counties and in citizen, but if we are not greatly ,

4 j ; ,t the peace and constable in other dis- the supreme court of the state. The )MOVIES. REALITY. mistaken he is a life-long republican,

I ; t tricts of the county will send in their state democratic executive committeethe dyed-in-the-wool and guaranteed not
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t :j i names we will be glad to publish them. highest constituted representative How glorious is the life of the to fadC'Ir.. Jap Allen has a namesake AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. AT STARKE

1' r- body of the party, has so recognized highwayman, as presentd by the moving of his own party running for ;

I II If there could be no court reviewof him, and it becomes the duty of pictures! How bold and dashing go\ernor. Mr. Catts is claiming to be J

't I the work of election inspectors the all democrats to accord him their sup- i it- the robber who, through his ir.tre- the democratic nominee for

I ITiltt t{ way would be opened for all manner port. This they must do if they are pedity and enterprise over-awes bank How does it happen that :Mr. Jap governor.Allen and have demanded of him that

I of election frauds. true to the pledge they took which wasa cashiers and trains fulls of people and was making a speech at a meeting of

i prerequisite to participation in the at one stroke rakes in more lucre than the 'atts club of Hampton ? Does t 11

'I. i Missouri a boy or girl must bee primary.The most men can earn in a life-time he really and truly desire the electionof he be then and there to

: 18 years of age to drive a motor car, Tribune recognizes Mr. Knottas through hard labor. "Wish I could be a democrat when his own party hasa present
q but here the babies cry for the steering the nominee of the and will "
party robber is the
of
a secret desire manya candidate for the same office ? Not
i ; Ex.wheel and bawl until they get it. support him as such.-Tampa Tribune. boy after seeing the planning and very much, :MaryAnn.It make his charges good or stand '

'::2 \ I execution of a spirited robbery, and begins to look to us as if they are

; We note that sO:1e: of our exchanges PREPARE FOR SCARCITY. the successful getaway, at a movie all tQ'ingto double-team the demo- *

1 show. cratic party and defeat and disorganize convicted deliberate falsi-
: l make use of leaves of the Congres- as a
( sional Record for wrapping their pai Provisions of all kinds are soaringin Nevertheless, robbing: is a glorious it. netter back un. fellows, before

; i pers. This is the First time we have price and there is no remedy in failure as a trade. All the "celebrated" you wake up to find that you have j;
robbers, including the James and pole cat in the sack, as Doc Crews fier.
..I ever seen this publication put to any sight. The reason is the great influxof
s 1 good use and it serves to show the gold: into this country, which lessens Younger boys, came to a sad end. would say. ,1.

of the purchasing of the dollar Their spoils were consumed as quickly '
scarcity power
1, '. paper. but thee hief cause is the exportations as snow in hot water, they often I DON'T NEGLECT YOUR COLD. Ladies and everybody in '

I Fellows, these times are too good of provisions to Europe and the starved, they were always fleeing: and

!, for us to afford to take any chances short wheat crop. The prices will con- in hiding, quarreled between them- Neglected! colds get worse, insteadof vited.
selves Come and hear the truth.
on Hughes, Catts or Allen. The good tinue to mount, and unless congress and trusted nobody. belter. A stuffed head, a tight

old democratic party is in the saddle puts a partial stop to the exports of The most picturesque robbery thatever chest must be relieved at once. Dr.nl.Jl's I,

and we are having the greatest prosperity wheat and meats, there may yet be happened was that of the Homestead -

ever known. We are just at the actual famine of these staples to all [bank a short time ago, when two Pine Tar Honey is nature'sremedy.

I beginning! of the great development', but the rich. men by over-awing the cashier and. Honey and glycerine heal '

i that is in store for Florida. Let's not The Telegraph therefore advises all his assistant secured $
trade horses in the middle of the who till land to grow all the provision 1 good their escape with their two confC'kratt.s. loosens the phlegm! you breathe FRANK CLARK 1

I stream. crops possible, as well as beef and They headed for a country, easier and your cold is broken up.

pork: and to be sure to keep a ;god which for perfect hiding: places, Pleasant to take, Dr. Dell's Pine Tar .
A presidential election year has always supply of these articles ahead. For leaves the famous Jackson's Hole in ,
Honey is ideal for children
I been regarded as a time of business i winter planting, put in all the oats: you Wyoming far behind. Why they did i as well as an grown-ups.remedy At your druggist Dem. Candidate for Congress i ip

I unrest, and people generally can, also a patch of wheat and onions, rot escape to safety i is a mystery, but i
have hard times. Under the after two weeks of 2.:>c. ( 1 ) r ri
I expected) : net forgetting! vegetables. Every family -: :starvation and incredible -

I present democratic administration this who can do /so. whether living in''i luird>hips of many kinds, one

I' 1 Spell! has been broken. In spite cf the the towns or the country should keep of them was shot to death, one drowned To Cure a Cold In One Day p,

I rational campaign: the country has as many pigs; and chickens as possi- > one fatally wounded, and the only Take LAXATIVE PROMO: Quinine. It stops the i --'fJ'fJOil }
, shaken off the war panic and is entering We. When tine of the four who was not hurt is Couch amt Headache au.lurV!i off the Cold.
; I spring comes plant plenty I r>ruiiiM< refund mnntif it fails to cure. Offer
t 1 I upon what will undoubtedly prove I of Irish potatoes, and lay plans for in jail waiting answer to a chargeof E.t.. CKIjVi; siyn-ituie ou each box. J c.riT.LIC Special

the most prosperous era in its his- I rousing: big crops of provisions and': murder in the first degree for participating .
: NOTICE.N.tk.
tory. I forage later on. As the boll ,,weevil|I in the killing of three men
.-- threatens r! cf the sheriff's posse. And that with i .> i iher..j riy y'in t! :it at a inert:nc: "' I
We UI Ierstard that the political agitation -I to invade this county next j the Ixian) of count commissioners in and '-"r
year, at l least in spots, the farmers: out being able to enjoy a dollar of liradfunl! county, Flur-ila.: held jn the 1 -h
that has held sway in Florida thf-ir ,day i'f Cook Stovesi\\i
j will act wisely in restricting their cot- ill-gotten gains. I October r.'lfi. the following name w. '
during the past several months has I l The affair .r,1! rd l stricken from the n d i-ti' itioi !I.,.'- .
ton in favor turned out dismally for .
acreage of provision of lid (
i i unsettled r. few democrat* on the rtie; -;- !i i II : county '1tht: reasons set opposite Saul'
crops. 1]: the robbers, the only glory being har- na1t'.s. Further notice j iinvtn that the boartlwill
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tir>n of national policies and that some I ..'
Our of the vested by the intrepid officers who be in sr ion on Friday October ::7, ISlii.;
part war tax has rot
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of Democratic them tr.1V l national of voting ticket against this fall.the 1 +o bp paid-there is no help for iWe i\i ''' hunted them to the de-atlf; but O! what I stricken to r.'tuft'Ieh from said ram books.tttt ti .Lave bit n erroneously! With each New Perfection or Puritian Oil! Stove purchased = ?

t have to look 1 I a stirring moving picture drama i' I I
to the for \ .
farmers : : j. B. CRCWS.W.
; This early -hows to what lengths the 1 I for cash to October 30th I will!! GIVE
would have T.
| sustenance, and it is their duty as well made, staged! as it was WEEKS. Chairman I"'ard up ,;
\ of issues '
agitation specious Clerk.
can carry I Co. Com.
rc-oplo when once they surrender :i .is privilege to furnish it. And it N ami'Ltiuh... .,porireou and wonderful Hitlrict XI). 1.har FREE, either a White Enamel Tea Kettle and SaucePan
;j'J.e duty of every person to do nh-t: s T'-rv! Y. i,j' ;k ,"'lit", different to'' \ 7. O M.. d"a.l.
themeVo< to the leadership, of agita j.t r>Davie:, :,'. !.. K. mi.\nl from .. Double a
1 tors. TheV'ilson administration hash 1 he can to produce eatables, even if it i-omt"' 'iihly! \ifirmit}' a movie sceneand .'.1. I" motel from nuinty.iJislnct countj.Mo' or a Boiler and Milk Pan-all white

only to "plant: a hen," also to stop all to !ni one Of 'h(. aroi The rob- Xo. 2. enamel.
who ; By next Oil Stove will have
:'tI its faults no doubt but cansay 'vaste of substances that be eaten ber's lif.I I iv not what it has beenicked ; 'nI". '\-. Fr.n'.. convicted of crime. spring prices
can
.i th'-t th' new currency law and the I'r:.' !10. S. r. dtail.I1' .
r! rural credits: law are not the biggestI 'I by man or beast.Duttt' : up to be.Broken !' -. MitcKll: W., dtaJ.H advanced Fifty per cent. BUY NOW.
; i is:; apt to heco111e'I'I', y .cH T <;.. m.ed from county.
.1 I legislative accomplishments of the !1'. :. 11- T r. muted fro m county.
I carve article, and we advi-c: farmei.to .- I'avzi1 .1.. ,.h ,
S. moved from
century. If the administration county.
past EYES
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r procure good milch cows for the EDGAR. G!,> r. !L. L.. motel from county. Dewitt C. Jones
had nothing else to its credit the enactment .
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M"1 '
v. moral from
t of these laws should sweep "roductfor: of this luxury-f..r it ",'ill I I Optician Tested : Mil'. Calvin dead.Millor county.

;,t' democratic back into uon be classed with the luxuries. Th" i ifarmer's JACKSONVILLE.FLA.Liisea R. J., moved from county.
the party
f power. time to prosper is at hand? I I Odom. E. I.., moved from county.fVIeby. .

t. 3 I When it is charged: that the supreme (hut we hope he will supply the nearby Day as Rtcieved DuplicatedSame fVsltby. W.J, S.F.,.moved moved from from county.county. HARDWARE

: i 'I( court would not permit the markets before he sends his productsto I'I WI Specialize on lt I OrdenWe P l Fb take (wens. W. A., moved from county. :'
140 'I'urdom L. J.. moved from
distant cities. q W FOII5YT1t IT.A county.
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votes
i counting of the 69 to Till s. R. R., dead. __ -J _
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: f I' lIJ.\Y. OCTOBER :0, 1916. DRAIJFORIJ, COCXT\" TELEGR.\l'I1. ST.\ltKE. FLO1UD.\. ; P.\GE I\'E .j:

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The shock sustained by Mrs. :.1:11-1: Judge Wills and State Attorney I + + + + + 4' + + + c + + + 4 + + .
phurs from her recent accident Ulg returned home Thursday from FLORIDAWOMAN\ + +
, serious than at first suspected. Palatka where t ,
nl: 'ic they had been hold P.!:: + +
; she i i-, still: confined to bed and undert.e the fall term of the circuit court f'"' CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING J Jt
Bits of LocalInformation t( j I : cure of her physician, Dr. E. T. Putnam '
county. .
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amplell. HAS GAINED + + + y + + + + + + 4 ;

FOR SAI.Eld horse. 1>. C.JOlt' .
The children's missionary; mite box
Starke. 714tf.FUR .
:. I :Mr. S. F. Haislop and daughters, opening will be held at the home i>;' ': ,
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.. Mr.s. Wm. Tison and Mrs. Kate Brown, Mrs. J. W. White, this afternoon, :,: SALE-Festurant doing jroodbusiness.

C..lttj Our 7'..,'.. z. /.1 ..s1Ta and the latur's little daughter, Mary, three o'clock. An interesting program Will b'.>ar close investigation. -
nJJ ifI fill Ctuniy un4 T...... have t.*'!! in Tampa this week, attending i by the little people has been preparedfor I Box 1:11: S-arke, Fla. lU-l'i-tf.:;
the Confederate reunion and visit- i the I ,
occasion. The mothers of
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Friends Marvel at Her Wonder.tullmprovementHas
ing relatives. I these children
are cordially invited to TO EXCHANGE-Jacksonville prop-
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I "* "1 J attend, also the members of the Missionary Suffered I erty. Owner wants: to sell or trade.

A. L. Alvarez was in Jacksonville :(I )Ir. Jim Brown aid wife with their Dr. L. J. Adams'etennary surgeon, Society 9-rooin home. Would consider- cot

Thur-day.; j two daughter! Misses Rhoda and Ree- was in town the first of the week. Dr. Almost Death. tage. Mrs.- A. J. StephensonTJ4:

i Lie, from Brooker, are in town.L. Adams now lives in Lake City. He Editor J. T. Lewis, of the Raiford Williams St., Jacksonville, Fla.

of Theressa, was in wishes through the Telegraph to Tribune, was in Starke Wednesday 10-l.VJt. ;
J.V.. Batten, I' "When I read: about Tanlac some-
town Monday. U. Morgan was one of the veterans I thank the Bradford county people for distributing his booklet descriptive of how I felt like it was just what I.

from :Starke: who was in Tampa their patronage.R. Bradford county and matters pertain- needed and I have not been the least WOOD FOI S.\LE--L'ave yo5r order -
| i this week attending the reunion. ing to the county fair to be held at ; for stove and fireplace \v3od at
has increased !
Jacksonville disappointed. It
in onf" ; my .
A. M. Darby was I J. C. Manning's ..tore.
lO./'O-it.:
i iI Lake Butler October 23: 2? inclu- '
business Tuesday.See W. Moseley showed the reporter, to weight thirty pounds and my friends I '-
f" W. \'. :McLean, an expert pressmanof I Wednesday, a ripe strawberry of the sive. The book is (Cx9) inches, CG paces, who hadn't seen me for some time i FOR SALE-I'am of 40 acre 1*.

is member of Klondyke variety, plucked from his with well gotten up matter and illus- astonished when they mile southwest- f 1-t
counter at Stump's.Ir. Jacksonville, now a seem see me ;, -> I.awtey, acres
t, the remnant he Telegraph's mechanical force.I patch near the depot. This is the only trations. The job was a big one for a now;' was the statement made by iI | in cultivation, dwelling, tenant

of Brooker instance we know of a Klondyke small! office and required energy tocarry Mrs. Lottie Morford, a poular member house: barn ;motehouse. Price
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Malphurs .
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W. ,
$ I '
tarried in town over Sunday.Mrs. I). Weeks, the popular station berry ripening so early in the season. Our out.line of shoes can't be beatSternberg's. of a Movie Film Co., and residing l,2uQ. It. M. Johnson, Lawte.T. Fla. ,
1423!: Laura Street Jacksonville."I I '
agent cf LaCrosse, was a pleasant caller at 10-20-St.:
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Headquarters for ladies coats atSternb'tg's.
J.P. Tomlinson spent part of at the Telegraph office Saturday.J. lm.i nj appetite," continued Mrs. -
week in Jacksonville.Dr. : :Morford, "and I suffered almost death | Read the Bradford County; Tele-

the past :M. Truby! is loading another car Sheriff S. B. Denmark spent last with stomach trouble and indigestion. graph-the home paper. t:
with sweet potatoes this week and E. W. Hayes[ of the Worthington week traveling in South Florida. He Nothing ate would remain on my '
J. O. Haynes went to St. Augustine i I Springs.ection, was a business visitor CLEAR IJA1) SKIN FROM N IIIX
has made his first shipment of sugar stopped over at several places in order stomach, not even milk or water. I .
Thursday to vkit ielati\es. cane. I to Starke: duri'tg the week. Mr.Hayes to find one where he could better him- fell off from one hundred and forty i Pimply, muddy lomplexions rie due i;,

I reports that the fine price of self if he moved there, but he found pounds to one hundred and was so to impurities in the Mood. Clear up t

Rev. T. B. Lawrence, of Lawtey, Miss Mary Warren, Route No. 1, !, cotton i is making the people in his section no place where the prospects came up weak I had to lie down nearly all the the skin by taking; t)r. King'i New k

was a visitor to Starke Monday.Mr. Starke, will do sewing at your home, : prosperous and happy. I with those he has here, and after his time. I was verynervous and could Life Pills. Their mill laxative( qualities t

and by the day. Good work guaran- term of sheriff i is out he will probably neither sleep or rest. Finally!! my condition !
and lira W. H. Miner spent teed. That all the big timber around I continue to make his home in old Bradford ; became so serious I was confined : remove the prisons from the system -
with relatives. Starke has not been used up, can dailybe and brighten tfte A full
Sunday in Law toy and it will please his many to my bed for two weeks and ray eye.

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Marks and son, seen at the Quigley Lumber and friends very much to have him and his family wanted to rush me to the hospital free.'non-griping ov\el movement in ;

Judge Win. F. Malphurs spent Wednesday Charles, were guests: Sunday at the !Supply Co's mill. Sawyer A. E. Wall excellent family with us. but I wouldn't consent the morning i is th-- "\\'atl of a dose i

in Jacksonville on business. home of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Ellis in I frequently inches wide,gets the capacity out heart of the flanks saw.22:! "It's the simple truth, I began feeling of Dr.] Kin'' \.I"- Life Pills the night ,

Gainesville.F. I rNio.ri HOUSE MOVING FEAT better almost as soon as I starts I before. At your druggist, 25c.: ) ;
Fish and Cedar: Key oysters' fresh .
on Tanlac and I could feel strength" I -
II :tlr. my
and :Mr.s. G. C. Livingston and
daily at Handy Brymer's. It-l;-tC. C. Hoover was in Lawtey Saturday -I returning: day. I have taken two
daughters Misses Marie and Puller every
Margaret Slump Used for Moving HeavyBuilding. I1)i
I taking a picture of the unique I bottles and haven't had an ache or a
)!i's. E. S. Matthews, Miss Florence
The Young Trading Company'sstore leadquarterbuilding! of the Womans .
since.
Matthews and Master Eugene :Matthews pain My appetite returned better -,
near the depot is undergoing re- Club. formed an automobile party to than ever and I'm hungry all the iR5! tj.

pairs. visit Gainesville last Sunday after- The work of moving a dwelling time and can eat without the last dis ,

Mr. and :Mrs. Robert} Crews spent noon.J. house is now going on, and as some comfort. The gas and all the distress Ii

Mr. C. II. Sistrunk has returned Saturday and Sunday in Starke, leaving features cf it are rather uncommon, have gone out of my stomach and now

home after spending sometime in for their home, Highland Sunday E. Harper, of Gainesville, was a it i is; daily viewed with interest by it's a genuine pleasure for mo to t-at t!

Georgia.Mr. night. visitor to Starke Thursday. Mr. harper :spectators.The I'm not nervous at all and I sleep fine. !
is the first I have gone in weight from '
building residenceof up one
lived in
formerly Stark and hasa
and Mrs. J. II. Brown and chil- Ladies Coat Suits at Stump's.Rev. large number of friends here who the late J. G. Alvarez. It was erected hundred pounds to one hundred andthirty 'r'. ; j ji

dren were visitors to Starke Mon are always glad to see him. He: is at about -.5: : years ago and is a ::iroomone.tory -and I'm still gaining. But the

day. L .W. Kickliter left Monday to present connected with one of Gainesville's cottage with dormer, ample best of it all is I'm over my awful suffering vas i itk

partake in the three day Confederate large mercantile! establishments.S. verandas and accessories. As Mr. Al- : and I just feel like a new woman -

J. H. Moore, a prominent citizen of reunion held in the South Florida ine- I \'arl'z'famil)' increased the house was in every way. I feel so gratefulover .

Lawtey, was in Starke Saturday on .rojolis. i 15. Hull m:kcs his pigs pay for found! too small and a two-story dwelling my recovery Fm telling all my i ii
------ friends what saved I Ij
business.The erected When
their feed by plowing land. They was and joined to it on the me. they

:Mrs. J. F. Canova and son, J. F. ('a- nicely turned over the dirt in an acre east side. The present owner, J. W. wonder at my improvement and a-k' l ,

public benefactor who will bringnew nova, Jr., left last Tuesday for Asheville strawberry patch, and now they are Andrews, Jr., found the residence impractically me what doctor I had I jut: say 'Tar.- \;

cane syrup to town, will find a N. C., where they will spend j 1 engaged on another acre-piece. The large and decided to mo'Cthe lac.' If anyone don't believe what 11 ""I!

ready sale for his product.C. some time. | hours original portion to the west partof say about my improvement just tell '
II pigs keep: no regular but work
i the lot, to the corner of Madison them to come to my home and take a f
night and day.
A. Smith, of Sampson City, was Mrs. A. Price has arrived in Starke and Bay streets. Contractor J. R. Tison I look at me and then ask my neighbors I

among the visitors to Starke Tues- from Kingston, Pa. She will make ,1 found the timbers in the building I how I looked before I took Tanlac." matter whetheryou
Don't forget the Hallowe'en
day. her home for the winter with Mr. and 1)'l'n at the partyto sound and accepted the job of moving I Tanlac is sold exsluslvely in Starke NO
Armory to
are going ;
Mrs. N. B. Hull. October. Friday I it. hy: C. P. Cason; in Lake Butler by
night, Come
)[r. and Mrs. S. F. Morgan attended revel of witch, ghosts and and hoh oL- In casting about for power, Wm. Tomlinson-Maines Drug Co.; in Hamp- buy an engagement ring, j
the Confederate reunion in Tampa Miss Nannie Howell and Vivirette Fisher ton the in
: lins. The best disguise gets the prize an old practicus, who knowsa by Hampton Pharmacy wedding ring, or merelya !
this week. Floyd went to Jacksonville last Friday I liven[ under the thing or two about mechanics, offered Lawtey by the Cash Drug Store; in
auspices of the
and while there were the guests of to the birthday ;ring, you
Ladies :Musicale. supply power and to use his Raiford by the Weaver Drug Co.;
Messrs. W. G. Seals and J. V. Jones, Mrs. N. W. Francis. I stump puller for the purpose. Mr. Ti- and in Worthington by R. T. Taylor.C. want to get full value

of Hampton, were business visitors to son went to work to loosen the fasten-
Starke I Henry Bridges, of Waynesville, X.C. A. Smith, Sampson, Fla-Adv. for the price you pay.
Tuesday. little
, Mrs. T. L. Woodward and ings between the buildings and to put
was in Starke He
Wednesday.
daughter, Elizabeth, who had been shores under the one to be mO'l'd.11'.
brought Saxton roadster for J. H. P. A. E. J. When come to our
a Ray- Kelly, Crosby, you
Mr. W. M. Parker and family, of visiting Mrs. J. F. Kickliter, left Monday Fisher fastened his chains to the building -
nor Lehr, member of the Williams Lewis and II. P. Gainey, well known
New River, were visitors to Starke for their home, Jacksonville. a and rigged up his puller, using a store you can be sure
Stock Co.Ir.. Bridges is a former citizens of the Brooker section, were
Sunday afternoon.The pecan tree 8 or 9 inches in diameterat of honest
getting mer-
: printer and took pleasure! in inspecting transacting business in Starke Mon
Messrs.: J. P. and Frances Coffin, of the base, for a "dead man." Mr.
the Telegraph printery.The day. While here :Messrs. and chandise. We
Kelley permitno
large pile of cross ties at the Johnstown, were in Starke Friday :Mr. Fisher and a small boy worked a long

; depot show that the timber is still Francis Coffin is a candidate for congressman iron lever: -and the building began to Gainey closed a deal whereby Mr. misrepresentations.
Ladies Musicale will Monday becomes the the
meet Kelly owner of Gainey
holding out.Goldwire. on the prohibition ticket. move. Archimedes himself would have .
And of
stand back
Octol er :tlHrd!: at the residence of farm. Mr. Gainey finds that real estate we
been proud of such of
Mrs. A. M. All members an application is active in
Darby. sufficiently
becoming
Colson of Brooker W. Andrews Jr. and little are I every guarantee we
was Mrs. J. power-the lever and the pulley com-
to be make final the Brooker section make
requested: to
present to -
transacting business in Starke Tuesday daughters, Elizabeth and Leila, have bined. an opening I make.
for the Hallowe'en fl' real and willprobab'v
arrangement party : a estate
agency
returned home after a summer pleas- The movement is about one inch in 1 d
which will be given by the Musicaleon engage in that business. I
antly spent at Hendersohville, N. C. the the minute. The pulling made heav- ? Get our prices first.
You can find the new effects in following Friday evening ier on account of the shape of the 1

: boots, patent, kid and white canvas at Fine line of boys' suits at Stump's.L. building and because most of the
: Steinberg's. A full line of ginghams, percalesand shoring is yielding planks. It is interesting 'I We can supply rings set %:ih

$ A. Scott has been in Tampa this outings at Sternber 's. to see that the small tree PLUMBINGA' any kind of a stone

,, Plumbing supplies at Quigley Lum- week to visit his brother, Rev. Geo. F. Among the visitors to town this stands up instead of being pulled over reasonable prices. or fancy design.

ber & Supply Co. Scott, who is ill at a sanatorium there : from the great pull on its stem. -rst-Class work and

and to take in the Confederate reun! week has lately was Mrs.leen Della in Sparkman.LaCrosse, She but The building, when in place, will be iaterial. U. D. MINER II

Messrs. Louis II. Hill and T J. Terry ion. stopped over here to visit old acquaintances ,' thoroughly renovated and used as a Quigley Lumber & Supply Co.

were among the Lawtey visitors to rental cottage. Much praise is due ft \
Starke Monday.Mrs. )Ir. W. E. Langford, of Lake Butler, before going to join her two Mr. Andrews for having the work doneas I STARKE, FLA.
in Jacksonville.
daughters Gladys
was in Starke Friday enroute to Wi- it gives employment to many men.
her niece her. .
Clyatt, accomfpanied
J. P. Tomlinson is spendingthe chita, Indiana, where he has accepteda : 1-----

week with Mrs. Charles Larson, position with the lodge AutomobileCo. A SLUGGISH LIVER
of Jacksonville. Apples have of late been selling at 1

50 cents a peck in Starke, while Irish CALOMEL DYNAMITES

Dr. 'of Winter potatoes have sold at 50 and 00 cents
and Mrs. E. T. Campbell motored Mrs EUg'eniaIartin, ,-
to Lawtey Sunday and spent the Garden, arrived here last Saturday to a peck. The same paradox is often \. ,
day with friends. be at the bedside of her father, Mr. B. seen in the spring of the year here, Crashes Into Sour Bile, making I I ;

L. :Mott, who is suffering from a strokeof when new Irish! potatoes cost 10 cent You Sick and You Losea
'.. while strawberries! .", .
R. M. a quart, sell at j
Johnson, who owns a fine paralysis. ;

strawberry farm west of Lawtey, was cents. Day's Work. s.1 :

in Starke Wednesday. Mi'3 Cleo Mitchell, who teaches the
. The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head f
class in the Methodist !Sunday -
primary I Because of its tonic an ; Mrs. Malphurs, of Campville, widow school, gah'r class a picnic at I I TIVK RRWMOQCIN1NE: is better than. ,orJ.nary, Calomel acts like dynamite on a sluggish -
of which I Quinine Biid does not causurn >L "K :i r
Judge Malphurs' eldest brother, is the park last Saturday, was
i I rins-nd in head Krmemt. the h I' nnvir ..n j liver. When calomel comes into
visiting in town. : much enjoyed by the little folk I j, leu' f'n the SIiJ1 ',ure uf .;, W (,KV>\. .I.M.; 1f
Y I i _______ __ contact: with sour bile it crashes intoit

',--:1: Col. C. L. Peek is tearing down his Toys' suits at bargain prices at- i M'N.! F. I.. P.i-hop. (,f Brooklyn NiY. causing fetl cramping bilious and headachy nausea.If I I I.

barn and will re-erect it on his place Stl'rr.b<'rg"s.' I .. who had bu-n viilin'Irs.' P.. OI you constipated It 1 V I.I
and all knocked out, just
Daniel other relatives go : _
< on Kingsley: I lake. aril hero, left I I
and 50 cent
druggist
to jour get a f
I Thursday for Jacksonville I to see her '
j i Mrs. J. A. Fisher and Mr. and Mrs. bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone, whichis '
Ladies and Children's Cloaks aStump's. (brother, Mr. R. C O. Daniel, before re- V ,
0- E. Fisher, of Lake City, arc visiting a harmless vegetable -.ibstitute for
;Iturnfag home. She was accompaniedI I 1'1'I
1 at the home of :Mr. and Mrs. II. 0. dangerous calomel. Take a spoonful 1JI ttffiHIu ,
!! to the metropolis by Mr. J. W. Ed- I II ,
' Smith. The first named is the mother I and if it doesn't start your liver and I ,

1 II. :M. Pinkston, a prominent farflier and :Mr. Fisher a brother of Mrs wards. straighten you up: better and quicker i I f
'f' of the western: end of.the I
county
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Smith. I than nasty calomel and without making -, \
I'! vas in Starke Tuesday. Mr. Percell Gardiner, of Charles I
!county, Md.. is in Starke, a guest of you sick, you just go back and get I L I \
. .J Col. C. L. Peek's advertisement of i your niDney. I :
Mrs. this uncle Judge G. A. Gardiner The !
M.
E. Edwards of :
Lawtey
I Jewet NedllwairWe
If take calomel today you'll be
"'i was the great of her daughter, Mrs. his rice preparing establishment: in ;I visitor has been gaged in several 1 1i you nauseated tomorrow besidesit ) << : ,
him sick and '
time ;
the Telegraph some ago got .
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commercial
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A. Z. Adkins. last :Monday. enterprises; and tra\( -; ,
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plenty of customers. Even in far off through Florida by automobile in the may salivate you, while if you take I II
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"f Mrs. F. I Levy county a farmer offers him allan :hope of finding a suitable locality for Dodson's Liver Tone you will woke up I i can show you the same '
A. Scott district public for I feeling full of ambition and .
:" quantity of rice to prepare home-making. great, 1
.- health nurse, spent Saturday anJ Sunday (' ready for work or play. It's harmless, I i creations In I ladies neckwearthat I
",1 at her home in Starke. I I ,
pleasant and safe to give to children;
1f i I FORGET YOn .ACHE. [ they like it. ((13-11: ) : you would find in 'the

:Mis Eunice Robinson left Friday for slog Reward S100 I Stiff knees, aching limbs, lame back i big city stores.
". Lulu reaJtrs of will ba II ,
The
t'1'1"1' I
where: sl e will teaching I
\ resume mak life burden. If suffer
pleased to loam that t'niv! 1.1 at least |I a you How Indians Purified Water. I
.f in the school at that place. one reaJt'J d.e.'..i.i..at science has 1 from rheumatism lumbago i ,
gout, ieuralgia. The IndIans had a way of purifying I
;'t'i been al.l" to pure 'n all itc stacand I !z !
that catarrh.. f.t irrh !>eins srivritlvinflutnced | : get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment water from a pond or swamp by dig i I They include everything from the finest

Mr. and Mrs E. M. Johns spout\ the bv consul'iuonal condition the universal remedy for pain. ging a hole about a foot across and
requires mnttt.t"ii..l tr.'atm..nt.Hall's lace embroidered effects right down t,
eek-end in Alachua with Annie or to ?
:Mrs. ,
Catarrh Cur 's ta!;,n internallyand : :i Easy to apply; it rentrates withoutrul'in down about six inches: below the wa j
. Petit and Mrs. A. J. William: acts thru the l'!.....j on the Ma' o:.' Iter level a few feet from the pond. .
J. Surfaces of the System therehv iistroysns -- and soothe? the tender flesh. plain white collars-something stylish at I
After it was filled with water they
; the foundation of 'he (liwase.glvifijr :
!
Cleaner and! effective than
i more mus-
: Mr.[ C. II. Harrison and family, of ; ; the patient! Mrnsrh h}' hat: In:z: bailed it out quickly, repeating the any price you wish to pay. Come in I
the Ft. up the (constitution and .i .stins nature sy ointments or poultices:; For strains;
Call about times.
1 scct'onvere visitors to bailing process three
In doing its work. The rroprie-
." Starke Sunday, driving over by automobile tors have so much faith in the curame i I or sprain', sore muscles or wrenched After the third bailing the hole wouldbe ?! and see them. i

., powers of Hall's Catarrh Cure that [ ligaments, resulting from strenuous filled with filtered water. Try it-
'. they offer One Hun!}-"I Dol'ars: for any
9 ri case that it fails to cure fend for list t exercise, Sloan's Liniment gives quick Boy Scout Handbook.

.} Read the Bradford County Tele of testimonials.Addrtst: F. J. CHEXET & CO. Toledo. i relief. Keep it on hand for eme' gen- I LANE'S STARKE' 11

j, graph-the home paper. Ohio. Sold by all DI"Jr! 'atl, ?5e. cies. At your druggist, ?5c. (1)) Read the Telegraph. I
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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, OCTOBER., 20, 1915. '

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AERATION BY DRAINAGE. "CURTAIN OF FIRE" SOMETHING ACQUIRING KNOWLEDGE.The ,, -
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HUMAN BEING CANNOT FACE t ::::.i .If:'"
: :X: .. 'I'm ..,'. ....= ::::' Preparedness!
A most important result obtained other day while the southbound ;,(jo=6 \ o,1.; \\ -': '
t from draining is the admission of air had :?fY" ,
Correspondent With British Army on forenoon train a heavy express Are ready for Winter? la

v into the soil. A waterlogged soil has The Somme Describes Warfare.The delivery to make, a Northern tourist gr You don't have to bey'e }:.: catarrh? you Have Summer colds left you your entirely system? Have clear woovercome a

the air places filled with water. The stepped out on the depot platform to f all effects of Summer foods?

majority of farm crops would die became look at the natives and the country's ... ,' a College professor, p If you haven't, restore your body to full vigor with tbt

roots breathe the same as do artillery commander drew his products. He noted some hampers of "s(; or even an expert jg;:* old standby
curtain of fire and in all
other parts of the plants. They obtain patent never beans, crates of persimmons and
oxygen from the air and throw the seven weeks of the Somme battle strawberry plants. Then he found a ,.1.R farmer to get paying p, PERUNA

off carbon dioxide gas. The amountof has the correspondent witnessed anything number of sacks full of wooden pegs, |g crops with41rmour jg Its the tonic that clears away the congestion,purifies tta

air available to the needs of the equal to the "show" as the of- used by the section hands for driving i'tV.Fertilizers. blood and invigorates your whole
e ems.
ficers call action, in the takingof
t plant roots depends principally upon every into old spike holes in the ties. He Peruna, In tablet form, la handy ta

i the condition of the soil. Deep drain- one of the spurs ofThiepval ridge wondered greatly tfhat they might be, a carry with you. It gives you a chance to

\ ing is essential for the same reason Ever since 'July 1, when the British and after having pinched and smelt .t check a cold when it starts

I, that deep-rooted crops are more of- failed in their efforts to storm it, the pegs he approached a darkey busy Manalin Tablet are the ideal hzatbei

ten the backbone of our food supply. Thiepval ridge has glared at the British weighing: sacks of sweet potatoes. They form no habit and have nouspkag.

Shallow rooted crops have to have who had kept hammering it with 'What's in those sacks over there?" ant effects. YourdruajistcansupplyygqT
fire. The Germans to set /y .
the same careful attention to insure gun seem he asked. ft; a Our48specialbrands Company, CcltuaLtu,Obfe
the same store by it as they did by the : |
I their welfare that hot house plants do. The darkey saw nothing but pota-
I I do not necessarily mean that because heights of Ginchy and Guillemont, on I toes around him and immediately an- I P;r:?i are designed to get.fi --- ,

I corn naturally roots deep that a crop their front other flank.In of the. conquered swered: :ii i; biggestpossiblepro-: -
position
( that roots more shallow is likely to yesterday the British infantry had "Porto Ricum yam 'taters, sah," gS.. fit in the hands of **

suffer; I speak comparatively. A letI' been decimated by machine fire "Why, are those long, pointed, hard i :( Florida Kw
gun average
; tuce crop that is grown on a well things potatoes? They look like woodto ? :
on July 7. The trenches were just aa Selected
aerated, well-drained soil is much me," said the tourist. us growers under average : J Teas andCoffees
strong as then with deep dugouts, the : ,, .
more hardy and consequently more 'taters gl Florida
results of two years' building. Pris- "Yessah, dat's de way sweet condipf ;
apt to be a paying crop than a lettuce grows-long and p'inted and hard, but :;0:
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taken in the offensive said i tions.
oners early Among our t 1
crop that is grown on a soil that the British could obtain foot- yo' cook 'em, and dey gits soft. I tell 1 1I j
t never a /
is in unsanitary condition on account hold on that ridge. Those taken yo'. yo' bake 'em and fry some of dem ;; formulas are some &!

of hallow drainage, acids near the yesterday & that fit _
: who had been at Verdun said smoked plates yo' git at fifteen cents .. YOUR needs. M A
!i surface and more apt to damage the ..a poun-" $* Booklet 1 1r
they suffered there nothing at all is free. Hi:
; ; in time of rains. A well-drained "
crop "All aboard! cried the conductor, !
equal to the deluge of British shells :
f soil to be dry, too dry to Armour Fertilizer r
may appear and that it was impossible for humanleings and the tourist boarded his Pullman .
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grow many crops on, that may be i>n again. .jJ Works %i I '
) to endure such tornadoes. For
f naturally drained land, but it is I-apossible I Correspondent Had Good; Seat lie then opened his notebook and "f1. .-....... 4 your own
: to drain low land : Jacksonville Fla ;: I t
i or swampy
| wrote: ,
On 100-yard front the first line
I too much. As the water is removedby i and the a support trench was taken. "After making the blunder in Baldwin Nail: !! ,fat. ,:rj ye::f..J:.. daily use or for special
drainage, air comes in to occupy the ;o; l\l 11 Lt'7Yl t1:A t'
of for alligators, 1tri'
could detail mistaking hogs
Human
eyes see no more ; .
that filled with water, '""i" :.. 6L1.Ao yI... \ :I :
occasions
spaces were ,than the correspondent saw yesterday I came near, in Starke of mistaking ......\01.....h'.' ___ when
the soil is for the following -
and improved
i The British and German forces were sweet potatoes for wooden pegs. I - -- -- -
reasons: Water, passing outlined as clearly as a play around find Florida a curious country and after you entertainyou want

p through the soil after a rain or afteran second base could be seen from the this will be very careful to not DON'T THROW AWAY YOUR .- the very best of Coffees t
ventilate the
irrigation tends to grandstand.With pose as ignorant. Along the track I and Teas for the s
soil by putting the air in motion. The travel in what MONEYby
the clear air of a bright after- frequently see people least

soil is inhabited by microorganismwhose noon sun over his shoulder one looked looks like ditches, but I may be mis- money.
work it is to break down humus
across the tiny valley across the slope. taken, they may be roads."
and other organic compounds. If
I There the bare ground was cut with selling to Peddlers. You can get
I there is lack of aeration, these organisms ,
a ,
!( t cannot do their work. Other the beyond slash that of,a across new British an area trench of dead and ,!' '!.4.,1-4'v0 S> 'S> 00 ,:, much better prices by shipping directto 'lr i Our Coffees are all high

I t i I organisms that grow only in an atmosphere grass and wavy maize was the old first c usWe
in develop, t r'A quality-finest flavor best
lacking
*; I oxygen line of German tr nches. GRACE METHODIST
1 ; I! causing harmful effects. A Niagara rush of swishing screams .. EPISCOPAL CHURCHOldest c.. buy Metals, Rubber, Rags, r elected beans, all evenly

I \ Other benefits derived by draining from capsules of concentrated hell .;, ( Church in Lawtey) 4 I'

I i farm lands: Too much water is detrimental tore through the air and began burst- ;. T. B. LAWRENCE, Pastor. *' Sacks, Bones, Etc, Etc, and pay r lC II/j, 11// roasted. No matter what

I i because it makes areas "o: soft ing over it. Their flashes hugged it :. a Highest Prices & Give Prompt. Zr q price you wish to pay
be cultivated it delays -
I that they cannot ; ..
in infernal it with !
school
I an ecstacy, sweeping 9:30-Sunday excellent we can please
it makes soils cold you.
cultivation ;
I j' k ; with myriads of bullets and fragmentsof ;, teachers for classes of all <. Returns.
i than half the heat that the soil
more shooting forked tongues of death ;, ages. Mr. Geo. Futch, Superin-
rer'ves is used to warm this uivierefsary into its burrows. To show a head and .; tendent. '; Price List mailed on application. I

water; the evaporation of water not be hit more than once was as hope- ., 10:30-Public worship, preach- And stock of Teas
heat that the soil could otherwise our
i consumes : less as to stand up in a hailstorm with .' ing by the pastor. f COF.

I'I'i t retain the ;entrance its presence and in downward the soil uot being hit with one of the icy pel ... 4 p. m.-Junior Epworth League <-" THE PENINSULAR METAL CO. II, %. ,' is made up of the choicest -

, ; prevents lets. The Germans preferred flight .c;- Mrs. Lottie Starke, Superin- ';
r movement of rainwater, which in the .. varieties of leaf-any-
rather than to stand up in the trenches tendent. JACKSONVILLE, FLAB
t t spring is usually warmer than the .. ,
, : when the first avalanche came. 6U-Epworth League, good thing want both
development you u to
i soil and it the deep-root -
prevents .. .
;
Those who attempted to run away leader-Don't miss it.Iiss En- '
I of plants. The watertable from this tempest of destruction were ,.. za Blanchard President. ,. c.y. flavor and price. Try us. 3

: I i i in the soil is indicated by the height struck down. '!' 7:15-Preaching by the pastor. '

I \i I to which the water will rise in an open First to be seen on the British side .., Good music. '0

i. post hole. When the vratertable is were the mushroom tinted khaki and ;, Wednesday evening prayer '; Telephone Orders Given Prompt Attention
: c: only a few inches below the surface of ,, :
helmets the British wear, croppingout meeting. <
! : > the ground during the early stages of over the trench tops and then the 'S> 0C A. M. DARBY
I life do not find it
the plant's plants
rush of the advance. They moved t C' 'J0 0000 .
I J necessary nor to their !Hkmg to send the of
field
; across dead grass brisklyand
: I : their roots down more than a fevv inch- steadily. No ominous, wicked star COTTON FARM STARKE FLA.
I the If perio.1 .>f
es into ground. a .
I cato of German machine guns coming f
! } drouth follows, the watertable is lowered into action were heard. No machine ALLIES LOSE SEVENTY-FOUR _.

t and these shallow rooted parts! gunner could live at his post in that FOR SALE CHEAPONE
SEPTEMBER;
MACHINES DURING
t i f' .V of suffer water.severely When and a may crop die dies for in lark this trench. The British line opened to go 0 Ask Your Grocer0r : THEFLORIDAdETALPROSliaS&i

around shell crates on other obstaclesand I
; way, farmers are apt to attribute it then closed MANUFACTUREMETAL
up. Occasionally a BERLIN, Oct. 16, via Say\'ilIe-i-I
much drainage. The real reason -
I to too I Ul
figure dropped. Right into the face GOOD CROP
I hostile aeroplanes, of which 21 were
is that the/e!: was not enoughdrainage :; of that curtain of death from shells
when .he! French and 53 were British, were shot I
I during the period CHUNGS
;
# going only a few feet above their AT PRESENT PRICES CHEEKNEAtSCOFFEES
i plant was developing its root system. down by the Germans during September -
heads
they were moving. Then as
according to an exact list com- CULVERTSSHINGlAD
thor
It is impossible to drain land too
suddenly it was laid, the curtainof SHOULD PAY FOR PROPERTYACT
The of that piled by the German military author-
( oughly. force rcpillaiity: shell lifted. Not a single shell had OTHER
draws kerosene ui a lamp wick is rl- burst short. ities, says an Oversea News Agency

s, way present to hold it in the <:,,:il as Went Over German Parapet statement today, as follows: QUICK 1 SHEET METAL,

much water as the plant can use. And Now the British "The German military authoritieshave BUILDING A
were point o'erthe
compiled an exact list of all hostile -
more water than this: would be injurious d
and less than this is found only German parapet, their bayonetsglistening aeroplanes which were shot down I j a WRITE TODAY 4 I Uk7AND SPECIAL
in the The
I in soils: too dry to admit of further to swallow sun. earth seemed and fell into German hands during the w. E. DAVIS fOR CATALOGUES. QUOTAtION '
them up. Little cloudsof .. .
drainage. Happily the force of capillarity smoke from bombs month of September. They number JACKSON LLE .r LA.r. .

fixes the !limit of drainage up to bursting rose I 74, of which 21 were French and 53
from the
trench. There was hot work :
i vhich drainage is necessary and beyond of British. STARKE FLORIDA. -H
proceeding out sight in the bur-
the French nine Cau-
which it is impossible. There "Among were ,
rows. dron machines, eleven Nieuports and SMOKE
arc very few soils that are not benefit- One after another
as though they
one Morane. Among the British were -
ted by some form of drainage. Heavy -
i were coming to the top of the stairs, *
VJl |, clay a"d muck soils are benefitted by one Nieuport, one Bristol, three A\"I'OS.
heads and shoulders
i appeared out of
drainage, but sandy soils having a sub seven Vickers, seven Martinsydes and
i the trench. Each German had his
, ifffj soil;! of clay are made warmer and aregreatly hands up and in file the prisoners mov- one Sopwith; eleven of type BE (Ble- ALL PURE HAVANA
riot eleven of FE
i improved by having the excess ed Briton experimental) ; type
past a standing on the parapet
soil water removed quickly.) The drainage Those (Farman experimental); two Farman
who
GermVns had not
I ; system shouid be so constructedas waited to be bombed out of their dug and"The one unknown. The popular cigar of the South. Made by the
. to provide for periods of excessive outs but publication, adds the state-
had
surrendered,
rainfall rather than for the average it came legging ment, "is illustrative of the worth of STARKE CIGAR COMPANYGeo.
at top speed back toward the
j of what might be expected. A fluc British first line trenches. the declaration recently made by Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days

tUltingwatertable is more objectionable Premier Asquith in the House of Your drngglit will refund money if PAZO
What about the Germans who had OINTMENT falls! to cure any cue of Itching
than a constant one, even when fled back towards the German Commons that the British aeroplaneshad Blind Bleeding Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 dl n. L Massey, Prop. Starke, Fla.

the latter occurrs high in the soil. port trenches? A light machine sup I, gained complete domination of the The grit application give Ease and Rest SOc. .J
gun
; It necessarily follows that if a crop the British had put up rattled into '. air. The entente powers never give

r is grown that roots deeply when it their backs. Ahead of them was the :j precise detailed reports regarding the -

; finds conditions favorable, the water- German forces who left the support I successes" they claim in the aerial 1-
table should be lowered sufficiently to warfare. 1I
trenches.
They seemed to
disappear] I
enable the plants to send roots as deep in the earth, some shot down, some THE FLORIDA TIMESUNIONDAILY

as is its habit of doing on a naturallywell wounded, others seeking security inI I shell craters.
drained soil. Potatoes will root
I Few survive. One figure alone holds
as deep as four feet. It is a matter AND SUNDAY.
when
the watertable had been
I kept ata the stage! for a fraction of a minute.
t>f business policy on the part of the
uniform depth below the .
surface. Tall .
and bold a German officer standsup
j farmer to see that his land is drain- About three feet was the lowest the on the edge of a communicationtrench. Full Associated Press Service-Complete State News Service.

r rd to that depth. Comparatively, there watertable could be lowered at that He looks about and goes down I

i are but few places that cannot be so time. Since then, conditions have altered -
abruptly as if hit a hard blow back -THE- I
;. treated that the increase! in yield won'tpay and the yields have been from of the knees.

for the work in the long: run. ten barrels to CO; barrels on the same':' Now British helmets rise from the PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN. EUROPEAN WAR .1

t In experiments conducted by the nlot. The only difference in the
Station: treatment German first line and start on with STATE ELECTIOX.IEXICAN SITUATION. j
Xl'Jel''e; Experiment to I
of the
crops was that the latter another charge to the German Ii
support
\ how the optimum moisture, the moisture .'n ps have had than the i
more optimum trenches. They will clean
I content was maintained at )be- ;amount: of moisture to contend) with, German; lurking in the craters up on any the Complete daily record and review of current events, large or small, I
j I tween five and eleven per cent. Thp and of course the acids
and toxic
substances way. They dim with
distance
grow seven days a week. j jTuesday's !
I highest yield was on the plot having '
being in closer contact with there. They have the support trenches ,
nine per cent moisture. This experiment potato roots because of the
higher wa- their signals and that bunchof
i was made on pure sand!, and ow- "rtablo. The watertable is now from running German say.prisoners coming and Thursday's Issue, Sunday's Issue,
!
] lug to the fact that sand will releaser
18
tot inches.-B.
J. in
Corey Fort toward the
, r moisture film more readily than a Pierce Tribune. is British rear as fast as they Agricultural Features. Magazine and Illustrated Features.
II can enveloped in some German; shell
: soil of high humus content, it follows I
I and in the fading light but they get
that on good lands having an averagehumus
} bursts. Those fairly out of of
i MAIL
J I' content the moisture content STOP THE FIRST COLD. j shell fire were smiling and range seemed SUBSCRIPTION RATES \ :
j should be correspondingly: higher,: This '
A cold does much relieved.
not getwell itself.
The
1 .1+ moisture content rises to the extrcii3 DAILY AND SUNDAY TWICE A WEEK. .
of Under Fire for Last Time
process wearing out a cold wears I
, i in muck soil, reaching as high a* ,0 out, and "They will have a good meal One year . . ... . $6.00 One =
' per cent in most cases, and when not you your cough becomes serious i I square year . . . .$1.00 j
'I''I'.i over in the by that clump of
properly drained it sometimes reachesthe if neglected. Hacking coughs'' trees tonight,camp" said the general, "and Six months . . . .$3.00 Six months . . . .50 .iI
! height of 87 cent. The best drain the energy and the .
per sap vitality.For I
j _j yields are uniformly on muck that is 47 years the happy combinationof time they have in this been war.under:' fire for the last I Three months . . .$1.50 SUNDAY ONLY.

1 '. as dry as it is possible to get it with soothing antiseptic balsams in Dr. :I I I Walking with them were the British One month . . . .60 One year .;-...-;... ... ... ,$1.50 '
i', a tile drainage system four feet below King's New Discovery has healed !I wounded, also smiling.Bit .

f : spaced the with surface the idea of the in mind ground to keep and coughs,: and relieved congestion. Old by bit gains are made betweenbig Give order to local subscription agent or send direct.

and attacks. The British
young can testify to the effectiveness now are ,
the watertable from three
1 and half
a of Dr. New within 1,000 yards of Thiepval, main-
I to four feet below the King's Discovery for
surface. Yields
, tain their positions in Guillemont and FLORIDA TIMES-UNION JACKSONVILLE
i hive been as high as 135; barrels of potatoes coughs and colds. Buy a bottle todayat are within three hundred yards of FLAP.

ls+ per acre on hammock land your druggist, 50c. ((1) Ginchy and Martinpuich. s,...




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BRADFORD COUNTY 1'ELEGRAPHuSTARKE FLORIDA. .
20 1916. ,
FRIDAY, OCTOBER I
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=: To Whom For What P;rod Licenie Total Amt Dup i I

REPORT OF LICENSES. Granted rurn e From .o To When Statf ounty NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGESix .

:0 T. :1 Ha.an -----------------Merchant Oct 1. 1915 Oct. 1. 10163.00 S 1.5u after date I will present to the t
of 2(13 A. Rat!)!! ----------------Merchant Oct 1. 1915 Oct. 1. 1916-----$ 3.UI S 1.60 Hon. month Gto. Gardiner as County Judge vf .
the Tax Collector duplicates
Bradford County by
204 Lake Butler Co Telephone
,t Licensese Telephone Bradford county. Florida. myouchers and
Report filed hSUlfor jude for the period beginning on the first day of System _----_.__________--______--_ Ot. 1. 1915 Oct. I, 19169.S0 S 4.0 final Administratrix of the i iI
bccn accounts as estate
' bich have A. D. 1915. and ending on the 3oth day of September A. V. 1916. ::(5 C. S. Austin __--_----___ Cream Cart 1. 1915 Oct 1. 1916-----5 3.01 I 1.Si) of S. J. Sttruur late of Bradford county ii i i 4
tobr' A. A. ._ ___ 1. 11 Oct. 1. 1916-----S 10.00 I 5.00
Period of License Total Due ;16 -dtm. ------- Lw.tr Oct I Honda ask to discharged
Gnlted For Purpose What From hen To When State Amt County 21' J. E Fut h ___--__--___________ ) Ot 1. 115 Oct. I, lOU-----f 10.00 $ 5.11 I as such d..c.n.e. b I District Xo. 1. Law try-O. IJ Thomas, cfeyk ;
Te Who \ 2f. W. 1 Blair ______________ terhant I, 1915 Oct. 1. 1016-----$ 3.1'1 S 151 This the 13th day of August. 1916. J. E. J. \Vainwritfht Charlie t-ipf, J. Ft\I .
Sn ________uuu___ I rchant Uct. 1. 11 Oct. 1. 1i16.__..S 3.00( $ 1.51 2119 1'. Marhal ----_--_--________ rhant Oct. I, 1915 Oct. I, 1916-----I 3.00 ; ANG1E b y. inspectors. I 1
-W. E. l ___ __ __ rhant Oct. 1, il Ot 1. 1\'IG.u.1 3.00 S :10 B. l''rkins _______----____ Mill Oct 1. 191 Oct. 1. t016-----S 5.01 S 2.i'l of the STERSBlRG.Adminilratri" Stern- District No. 2. Lake p. r '
Z C. :I'on _____________ .Merchant Uct. I, 1\1 Oct 1. 111ui 3.1" $ 1.50 : O. -----------Merchant Oct. 1. Oct. 1. 1016.-.S 1.50 $ .75 etate Jt-l3-6m Itrk : Jesse Cason, H. ButlrJ.. R. lK U.
G. '
S O. Crwk ___________ _!erchunt Oct. 1. 1\la ot I, 111-____$ 3.00 $ 1.50 212 J. :1 Tatom --------------Chiropractic Oct. 1. :95 Oct. 1. 1916-----5 5.t'1) S 2.511 dl'"ed. in II'ctor. C E I

I. G. I. Price.rIt__ ___________ _Merchant Oct ,,1 Oct 1. 1IC.h__ 3.01 $ 1.50 213 Ha\'k Stock Co --_____--_-- Oct. 1. 1'15 Oct. I, 1016-----S 30.00 $ 15.l'U -- District! No. 3. Palostin.- ,Ve leyV.. "'ilianis .
5 R __ Oil Dealers Oct. I, 11 Oct. 1. InGn_ 5.00 $ 1250 Oct. 11113 1916-----S 3.00 NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE .
Oil Company n Geo. Wm. --------------Merchant 1. Oct 1. 5 1.5' clerk: ; J.f.. Clem..us. V. Coupon,
6 Standar Oil Co ______Gasoline: Dtallr Oct. 1. 11 Oct. 1, 116__ _S 10.00 $ 5.00 21' J.)1 Brwnl e ----------------Merchant Oct. 1. 1915 1. 19141f 1.5') 5 5.. Six months after this date towit, on the )t. A. Weeks, 1 ;

1 Stn.lar Oil, (0 ____ __ Oil Dlaltr Oct. 1. 19. Oct. 1. 1916n_$ 25.0$) $ 1 .5 216 Andrews ----__--____ stable Oct 1. In5 Oct. I, 1P16-----S 2.5 $ 1.25 29th day of January, 1917, I will present to District Na. 4.t!1tOI. 1\VilliiTii i.

8 Sln.lard,uthrn 13cl Tel. Co __Tdephone Systm Oet. 1. 1f5 o. 1. l'I.Lu5 .30' S 21. .\. A. Stokea nuuuLiv.r stable 1. 15 Oct. 1. 191..___. 5 1.25 the Honorable George A. Gardiner as County clerk : Sam rfaidlncl8. ). V.V F. ; .
Ot'n.
& ___ 11 (
3 J. uu____ Merchant Oct. 1. 1: Oct. 1. HlG 3.00 $ 1.50 21'4 R S. lumphr y ___ nuu Tur Still Oct. 1. 195 Oct 1. 11'16-----S O.OO S 10.111.21S Judge of Bradford Coiu.ty), Florida, my vouchers Smith in.'I'cwr. :
10 A. B. 1K.innty_------- Litery SlaLle Oct. I. Oct. 1. 1:6___ $ 5.00 $ 2.50 A. l'o"l r ___ _______ __:I rhant Oct. 1. 1915 Oct 1. 1916-----S 1.50 S 5...1 and final accounts as executor of the last District No. 5, Brooke r--F. T* Col.-on. crj- ;
1 T.Anircl D.R"Zaehala _uu__Merchant Oct. 1. l'la Oct. 1. 3.011 $ 1.50 :20 A. H. Froan _________-_ulh.sican Oct. 1. 1915 Oct. 1. 1916____$ 10.00 5 5..I wi and testament of \V. H. T'er. deceased, Surrency. J. J. Mown, M. lla'ord,

Ii E. D4ll ._____ ._____M.rchant Oct. 1. Oct. 1. 1916___ $ 3.f'l $ 1.50 2:1 S. J. Ruth --------________--__ lerhnt Oct. I, 1:15 Oct. 1. 1016-----S 1.50 5 .;; I ask to be discharged as Ulutor.I :InlletoN.\lort E :
R. Butler Hdw Co _u_ ---Merchant Oct 1. 1 ()c. 1. ::16u---$ 3.00 S 1.60 John T. Smith ___--________ Oct. 1. 195 O t I, HI6S 1.50 S .. I This the fist day of July 1916. District No. 6, Star-.' U. I'tk. f>rl; r
_______Merchant Oct. 1. Oct. 1. ___$ 4.50 S 2.25 Oct. 1915 Oct. 1916-----S 5 1.5'1 J. E. FUTCH. ; I
1 Stricklafld & 1'la 224 P. S. McMitlanMerchant 1. 1. 3.0t F. I1. Shaffer. T. N. J. W. .\nJ\ as. ;
MN. Onie la1______u___ .Merchant Oct. 1. : Oct. 1. 1Jt6_ __S 3.00 $ 1.50 221 W. W. Farnell _--__--_______ ). Oct. 1. Oct. I, 19160 10.00 : 5.10)' I Executor of the last Wi and Testament of Jr., inspectors.District h.'ndricJ.
} 10n Drug Co. Merchant MN. J. L. Lavender ----------Merchant Oet. I, 1915) Oct. 1. 1960$ 1.50 .75 W. H. Risers, d''ea> 72S6mo.He No. 7. Humi'tonJohn! Sci ttn.. 1"

1 Tomlnsn __line___________ ___ Oct. 1. 1! Oit. 1. l'llu___$ 4.50 $ 2.25 2:5 2:6 Felix Goodwine ---------------Merchant Oct. 1. 1015 OCI. 1. -_$ 1.50 S .5 I clerk ; J. Allen' Perry John.C.. .*-,.
Dr."i Lake t r Bank __u______ Banker Oct. I. : Oct 1. ____! 15.00 $ '.50 Ft. ,V. Mule ________--__--__: Oct. 1. 1915 Oct 1. 116-----S 1.50 5 .73 shall have resided and had his perma- E f.'iifltor. T

1 Lake But Dru Co.____ ___Merchant 224 harry IlaumsteinMerchant Oct. I, 1915 I, 10163.00 5 1.5" ntnt"homl and place of abode in the Slate of Ditrict No. ". KaiforJ .W. C. Whitun,
Butlt ts _______ ___ ___ __ __ Oct 1. 1"15 Oct. I, 1.16_ _$ 3.00 $ 150 229 Jim Clement __--_________ __) rchant Oct. I, 195 Oct. 1. 1916-----S 15' 5 .75 "londa, for one year, and in the county where. clerk : J. \V. Nichols. J. 1. t1'an. 0. B. Cur- J..
H.ru"Ii .________ Merchant 1. 1fr1) Ocl 1. 11.16_ $ 3.no S 1.5 :30 I'. Moody -------------------Merchant Oct. 1. Oct. 1. 1916-----S 1.5 5 .73 in i he applies to register for six months, pre- don. inspectors.District -.

21 1. .o.ler ___ ___ Merchant Oct. I, 1i15 Oct. 1. 1:16__ $ 3.M $ 231 J.un. Albtrt. ___--_ ___uBarur Oct. I, 1915 Oct. 1. 1916-----S .51 S .25 ,ious then to. No. 0. \\Vorthinirton. J. ,. J
It. K'rl
21 Ce Cut Price Store _____ ____ Merchant Oct. I, 1f5 Oct. 1. 1 llu____ _S 3.00 $ 1.50 232 Ja'- Kite Jr. ____--__--_--_ n.m Oct. 1. 1t415 Oct. 1. 1916-----$ 25.\t 3 12.50 He must be able to read write end inter- clerk : B. )1 u.\1t. J. rrankMcLeod.Iarrh. ,
____ Merchant Oct. 1. 1 Oct. 1. 1:16 $ 3.00 $ 1.50 ----------------Merchant Oct. Oct. I, 1916-----S 1.50 S .5
2; & Knight !; __ 233 S. It. 1. 19; >ret any Section of the Constitution of the Snmn. Insin-ctors. s
D.u.la. __ ___ Merchant Oct. 1. 1:15 Oct 1. $ 3.00 $ 1.50 Co-------------Merchant Oct. 1. Oct. I, 1016------ I. '} 5 .71 '
Will _____ 234 'a.h Grocery : Stale! of Florida! at thi time he to register District No. 10 New lti'.cr-M. J. app.
:4 Jont& Sinler uu______Merchant Oct. I, 11 Oct. 1. 1IG_ __$ 3.00 $ 1.50 235 Dr. E. L 13iga ____-_________Phy.ician Oct. I, 19: Ode I. InGu 10.01 3 5.00 and vote. ap.ll' UrkV.. M. Parker. J. E. Atlkins. Robert ;
25 6 Sbl & lulr ------------1vrchant Oc 1. 1915 OCL 1. 19163.00 S 1.50 2:16: Mrs. P. A. ----------Merchant Oct. 1. 1915 Oct. 1. 1i16-----8 1.51' 3 .'5 He must own in hU own property tothe .Vndrews, inspectors. ..

% Tc.mu. Vinin ____-____---_Ierhant Oct. 1. '21? Oct. 1. 2t16-----.3 3.00 $ 1.50 1237 Blue Fistcr AdCo.. ------Ilill 1unti Oct. I, 1141 Oct. I, 191)--------2.51) 5 1.25 ,'alu. of not lees than rilh hunoed dnl- District No. 11. Graham- -W. T. Wjs.11n.clerk ,
fce
2' O. LJrip'erS & Co --------Merchant Oct. 1. H'15 OCt. 1. 1916s.oo s 1.51 23 W. W. --__ __--____11ltat lark..t Oct. 1. 115 Oct. 1. 19160 2.50 8 1.25 lars, which fact shall b d'I'rm'nl.1 only bythe : F. T. Abtrnathy. L. C. Smith, J. K.Iivill .
2S Dt.1 King ____uul'hysician OCt. 1. 1'15 Oct 1. l.I610.00 $ 5.00 2I.: S. Warren _________uTurr Still Oct. 1. 1915 Oet. 1. 1t416------ 20.00 3 11.01 assessment books the county at theme inspectors.Di .

29 30 Dr. W.Nt'r H. Lee _____----____--_ Oct. 1. 1915 Oc. 1. 191610.O'p_ S 5.00 2'50Z :41 L. Lamb ----___ --__---- ) Oct. 1. 115 Oct. 1. 19160$ 10.00 0 5.00 he applies to register and vote.He tri--t No. 12. Thercssa -Sam R-wtock.
__ ________uR.-taurant Oct. 1. 1 15 1. 191 _- 5.00 S Starke Co. uDeal in Tobacco
Cigar .
KI.n.I..s r must not have been convicted previous clerk : W. A. Jones C. A. Youngbloo.1. M.Owsley
31 E Y. --------lerchant Oct. I. .1., Oet. 1. Je1 -_$ 3.11 $ 1.50 and Cigars ____--______--_______--_______ Oct I, 1915 Oct. 1. 16.__. _$ 5,10 5 2.50 to the time he applies to register of inspectors.
Barain 10le
M. ----------Merchant 0. I, !I. Oct I, 1:6_____: $ 150 212 A. H. Russell ___--______--_-- ).. 1. 1015 Oct. 1. 1'16-----S S 5.00 larceny), or'otl.or J. B. CREWS.
33 Ell P. Dinkin" & --------Merchant O.t. I. ;:91.: I. Ifn_ $ 3.00 $ 1.50 243 Norman IIankeronMerchani Oct. 1. 11: ; Oct 1. l16__ uS 10 S .;52H in any o ru\r.thl oltl.o any l'I'rJUl'State or brbr o thl Chairman Board County ( 'mmis.i.nereAttest

3 Bc"tick 1 Ilarity & Co ------Turp Still Oc. I. 1913 Oct. 1. 1916-----S 35.01( 17.50 itrooker Turpentine Co. _._.Turl' Still Oct. 1. 1915 1. J16S :)OJII) : 10.01) United States cours or so convicted he must : JraJforJ county.
--------Merchant Oct I, 11, Oct. 1. 1/16uo! $ 3.00 $ 1.50 ___ Oc I, Oct. 1. 5.00 2.50) .
Bostick Harley & 2)5 Jo. W. Edwards --uL Stable 1:15 1\110 have been restored to the rights of citizenhip. W. T. \YEEKS
36 ____ Oct. I, 191a Oct. I, 1t10----- 1.Oi S .50 .tr Oct. _____$ S 2.M
Wm. Thomas _--_--_ -- John L. ____ -_ _____ '\It Oct 1. 1. 196 Clerk. 19-6-St. _
S. D. J. -___________ Itrhant Ot. 1. 115 Oct. 1. j16____ :3.(',)- S 15) :4.:41 J. 1 Th"ma.lannon--_--_--_ _)!. Market Provided however, That no person or linil -
:
38 1:5'
39 Io.te Co --------M.rchant 0.. I, 1l. : 1. 1916-------.4.01) f ) and Cigari __ --__ _____ ---_ -__--_ Oct 1. 11! ; Oct 1. 11116-----5 2.0 3 1.23 descendant of any inch person who was on NOTICE FOR PUI1IICATIOV.P .
Ira'lford Oct. I. Oct. I, 191 $
__ __ -- 5.\0 2.5i of the inter.or I,'. S. Lan 4
n.y -- --: :lrl January If67. or prior thereto, entitled ''l>artment nffice
4"4t" E. E 5trkkland _-_ _u l at Ot._ I, 191. Oct. I, 1I16-----$ 5.f S ".51' We. Ceo. A. Gardiner. County Judge an'l B. M. Dow line. Tax Coll.ctor of said county to vote frt the Constitution and laws of at Gainesxille, Kla., Oct. 7. 191ii.

42 R. n___ --_' lt 1. HI: Oct. 1 H'lI __.3 :.11 g 1.50 .certify that the.foregoing ia "or.ft any of the or Territories or Notice is hereby yiven that William G. Starr
H J.a..rdt ___ MtiChant Oct. 1. 1tI5 Oct. 1. 1I0-----$ 3.00 S 1.5') seal of County Judfc-o. this 9th day of sept 1316. Statl lntit..dt. .
It ___ -_ -_ Given under our hand and vote ,' any of government of Starhr. Floriilu viho on July 13, tvl. tnaJo ,
43 S. __--__--__-- Stable Oct. 1. 11 Oct. 1. 1I6-----! : 5.00 $ 2:0: GARDINER. B M.. DO\LIM. naturalized citizen for or his descendants shall miMeatl entry Xo. will, for NW suartvr
44_ Mar. "-._SarlI----------u-n--"..h..1 (Jet. 1. Hia Oct. 1. 1'II! 3.f" $ 1.5 SEAL! County Ju.II". Tax Collector. I tp ,),'n..I lhi riifht to. rpii_tpr. And ,'nl. lx. of section 10. Township 6 S. Range 2.1 K. Talahassee .
45 J L .. Oct I Oct _____ .
tnnt 191 1. 1.16! S 3.f,1 S Meridian has fleil notice of inten- .j
10'G be and
R Thtde ------------ Amendment I cause he iha'.l nut able to read write
R -
It. l. Jackson-_-________ __ -:1 rchant (J ct. I. 1l5 Oct. 1. l41'------S 3.011 S 1.50 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + A :JO1M' hEbOLliUON 9 of i'roposmB Article an 9 of the nterprtt any Section of the Constitution of i: n tt* niuKt- ti\i> ycc.r p i>of. to tattusti
47 () t. I. 1'1- Oct. -.. to Section
1 it't.------
S S
claim to the land abo\e -scriln-d, before Clerk
nk 1Oi 'f
LI be-
State State of Florida above
as or
Lawtey uu Hanl..r Relating to Taxation thl pr'ide.l.
4 + LEGAL NOTICES State Constitution
OCI. I. 1915 Oct. 1. 3.0') 5 1.50 Court Starke 23rd
0 Thomu -____ -_ ---1 er 1liLoS he shall not own property of the value Circuit at FI.Tida on the
49'I' H. 1 fturnty arh'r ('d. 1. 1915 Oct. 1. HI6-----5. 1.1.10"' .50 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + and Finance. of the Stateof caU above specified ; naturalized citizens of the day of November, 191$.
() 1. 1"10 9. Ite it Resolved by Legislature
----------------i .t c. c. 1 1916----- '))1' 1-1) th Claimant names as witiues :
United States, howecer at the time apply
ii Ca.h DrT" 10. uu__ I_ Iru"Ii 'ct. 1. 1015 Oct. I. 1916u_$ $ Florida: they Juseph Ptarlinir. of l.avt >. Florida.
lcrhant :110 150 and before shall be admitted to register
:
W. E. nn --- That the following amendment of Section they
: Oct. 1. Oct. I. 1916-----S 5 James Horn.-.by of Stack,'. Florida.
53 H. H Bennett I C hant 1. 115 1914 Oct. 1. li16-----5 3.fI 5 15'1. NOTICE OF ELECTION. 9 of Article 9 of the Constitution of the State, hall present to the registration officer certifiCate Hardy Williams of Staike. Florida.C -
her Oct
I- G. &'sve' ------I. :: "d. 1. 10 t. 1. 1916-----5 If. 5 5.09 relating to Taxation and Finance is hereby of his naturalization or a duly authenti- C Ward of Starke. Florida.ROBT. .

ICrcktr .I: ()e. I lUl0>c. 1 1916_ 5.0(1( ._0 To the Sheriff of Bradford County, of the agreed to and shal be submitted to the electors rated copy thereof. W. DAVIS
f' r m M' rkds 6 al Market 01. .a Section 2. Upon the adoption of this amendment '
-
: at
: State of Florida of the adoption or Ki ister.
CrekH 11\ Oct. I.: 191 Oct. 1.: __$ $ : or rejection lM3-5t. -
5StI.h n --0 u : rh.tt (, 1. 11Ot. 1. 1960 _" 1'6"5 3.10' Be it known Tht.t I. H. Clay Crawford. the next general (election hereafter ; that is to to the Constitution the Legislature shall
Iarle T l l h on' Co _Telephoneytrn c. 0-- Secretary of State of the State of Florida do that Section 9 of Article 9 of the Constitution enact appropriate laws to carry the purpose
{__ ____ __ 0 c. I. 1"10 c. I. 1"1"_____$ v.00 "_.50 say.
,0 f this amendment into
,
1.J\tr 1' I'hoto.rnhtr hereby give notice that a of the State b amended to read a o efet

60 Ilollingsworth _Repair Shop Oct. 1. 191 Oct. 1. __$ 5.00 $ GENERAL ELECTIONwill follows : The votes cast in compliance with the proposed i
-_nn u___ ____u--- OcL 1. 11S; Oct. 1. 19110 1916u$ 10.lh' S .5 IK- ht1 in Bradford County, State of "Section 9. There shall be exempt from amendments and the canvass, d duclara-
61 Hunts. Brown ___ _______1 hyslclan Oct. 1. 1915 Oct. 1. 1L6-----S 3.UO 5 5.11, Florida, Tuesday next succeeding the first taxation property to thealue of five hundred tions and returns thereof, shall be subjected
62 .: J. Johnson .___ nnn Merchant Oct. 1. 1915 Oct. 1. 11l6-----$ 5 15,1 Inmlay in November A. D. 1916 the said dollars to every widow that has a family to the same regulations and restrictions a mv1sESF'ECIAILLY

63 1 C. Richard ____--uuInsurancl Agt Oct. 1. 1915 Oct. 1. 1q10-----$ 3.00 S 2.5) Tuesday Icing the dependent on her for support and to every are provided by law for general elections in
U H. Denmark __--uuu____ I..rchant Oct. 1. 1915 Oct. 1. 1916u 3.no S 1.51 SEVESTI DAY OF NOVEMBERFor person who is. a bona fide resident of the State the State of Florida.IN .
J. --------Merchant 15 Slatt Senator from the State and has lift a limb or been disabled in war WHEREOF I
65 1 Whiten & Oct. I, 1915 Oct. I. l'16----- ') 5 l'nitd TEST ISY
__ ___ Stll 21.1'1 10.11 from March 19"7. hand
66 J. Co. Turl' Oct. 1. 1915 Oct. 1. 1916-----S 3.tiu 5 o f Florida or six years 4. or by misfortune. ha\e ht"unto my and
61 W. W. FarndllDruggo.t Merchant Oct. 1. 115 Oct. 1. 19160$ s.oo S 150 For Six IS) Presidential Ell-or. affixed the Great Seal of the

68 M. F. McCknton ___--__ -__--:. Oet. I, 1l5 Oct. I, 1.16-----S 1\1 5 150. For one Representative of the Second Con- A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an amendment (SEAL State of Foridl at Tallahassee
69 J. 1'. fowling --__--------_--_-- Oct. 1. 1i15 Oct. 1. 1916-----S 3.01 $ "res>.ionul District of the State of Florida to Sections 2. 3 and 4 of Article VI the thi. the twenty-
50 Rilch Furniture -----------Merchant Ot. 1. 11 Oct. 1. 1:160 __$ 3.00' s 151. in the Sixty-fifth Congress of the United of the of the State of fifth day of July. A. D. 1916.H. ADAPTED
____ ) Consluho' CLAY CRAWFORD
n J. A. Brooks -- rhant i. 1. 1916-----$ 1.00 $ .50 States. and Apportionment.Be .
2 Jam. Cant _____-___ -____._ .r Ot.Ot. 1. 1915 Oct Oct 1. 19160$ 3.0" S For Ciivernor of the State of Florida. it Revolved by the Legislature of the Stateof -4-14t Secretary of State. FOR YOUR STATE
73 It r. Taylor) ----------Merchant Druggist Oct I, 115 1. 1916-----5 3.fl 150 For Sl-rcar of State of the State of Florida:
i 1.1
4 Riiford Bargain 1loue ___--nI..rhant 1. 115 Oct. 1. 1916-----s 3.11 Florida. That the following amendments to the Constitution NOTICE OF I 1 LC A TOS.
5 The Empire Store unn_- .rhant Oct. I. 1')5 Oct. 1. 116u_" S.\1 S 151 For Attorney General of the State of Florda. of the State of Florida be, and the U. S. Land Office Gainl'vih. Florida.

6 M. A. Dukes u_____ _____ Merchant Oct 1. 1915 Oct. 1. _--__$ 3.11 S 15" ; same are hen by agreed to, and the came shal September 16, 1916. FREE
__ ____ lerchant 10H of the State of Florida.For .
J. J. For Comptroller
Co' -- -- 1. 1915 Oct. 1. 116-----S 3.11 5 lie sulmitt'd to the electors of the Stat. Notice is hereby given that Colonel N. Shaw
;8 Roberta & llarrthonMerchant Oct. 1. I15 Oct. 1. In6nu$ 3.00 1:0 Tr'l.ur..r of the State of Florida. the election in 1916 for ratification or o f Bro.k'r. FI.rila. who en July 2'J. 1913.
9 W. S. Graham __ -___ __ I.rhant Oct.. 1. 115 Oct 1. 1916u 3.00 : 1.5 For Superintendent of IJ\c; Instruction of r.jictiinctiun I'n.'ral: i made adjoining farm homestead. No. 012015,

80 E. N. FolSm --------___--___-- lerhlnt Oct. 1. I. 1916-----S 4.50 5fi 110 t he State of Florida. : of Article VI is hereby amended for Lot 5 of Section 18. Township 7 S. Range OUR INSTRUCTIVE
::; of the :
W. C.Vhittn Co n --- )1.reliant Oct. Oct. For Commissioner of Agriculture )1. has filed notice:
& 1. 115 1. 1si6-----$ 3.11 1.51 so as to r'ao 8 : :0 E, Talahw.el ridian.
82: Wllvtr Druc Co ul.rhant Lrugist Oct. 1. 11 Oct. 1. 1316-----S 3.11) : 1.5'1) Stile of Florida. "The Ixtriidature that shall convene in the o f Three Year Proof to cqK CATALOGUE
83 S. F. Dwlng __--_ _--_--_--:. Chant Oct. I, 1)15 Oct. 1. itno15.0(1 $ .50 For Two Justices of the SUI"'mt Court of year I''ltf and thereafter shal consist of onemember ..stablish claim to the land all\l d..cril..1

84 Citizns or Rair.rd .- _1ank-N Oct. 1. 1915 Oct. 1. 1916------ 5.\1 2.5'' the State of Florida. of the Senate each county in 1..Cor. Register & Receiver, at Gaine\m ( RW .
85 1. Sarr __._ _____uLiH.r Stable Oct. 1. 1UIS Oct. 1. 1)16-----5) 3.fl) : 'l For one Railroad Camr.iion.r of the Stnte the Stnte. and of on member of the House }lorida on the 2nd day of November 1916. WEEKLY

86 A. Whit n __unn.__ .1a- Oct. t, \t 0 1. .16__ _$ -_',,.\, 1'.lf 1.5 of Florida. fit Representatives from each county in the Claimant names witnesses : i% PRIE LIST '
__ _____ < # Senatorial Dis- a
For Senator fur 15th
8; T. B. Han.ley --_ RI.l Oct. 1. Oct. 1. li)16-----5 Rt.t. State for ten thousand of population I). M. of Brooker, Florida.
$1; T. I ____________n__ I..rhant (let. 1. 1 :; Oct. 1. 1'16------ 3.40 1.11) : 151. trc: of the State of Florida. tlu-run or t\er the major fraction thereof where J. M. :hl\tlphur.Brooker, Florida. .
!
___ _______ : :0 For Two Members of the House! Heprcsentatiw'S -
Shop
89 Waters r left after
'r -- -- Uct. 1. 1 Oct. 1. lt,16-----$ ) there may lie a major fraction over L. T. Shaw of Bnx.ker. Florida.
91 .Ad.ILin ___--- -__--_ Shop oct I. 115 Oc. 1. 1.16n3:1.11' $ 14..5. of the State of Florida. I \hlir'l the whole number uf puation! of Leor.a-i Crosby, of HnwI'r, Florida i- )_ SEND FOR .
91 Godwin Harll Co uun__Turp Still Oct. 1. t15 OCI. 1. 1'10_ -_ $ I For County JuJ>e. the county by the number ten thousand : Provided ROBT. W. DA VIS.
92 Cothcin Co ------------Merchant Oct. 1. ItliS Oct. 1. 1116o! : 3.11 S 1:1. For SheriiT.For that each count shall hn\e at .."t one Register. THEMTODAY.
93 J. G. Roberta ----------------Merchant Oct. 1. 1'15 Oct. I. 1916u 3.uO S OIK of Iht) Circuit Court. Rt Rtpnenlative and that no .Bounty .hal have
9. R H. Gn.n __unUu_ _:I.rchant Oct. I. Oct. 1. _$ 151 For County Assessor of Ta" s. than three House SHERIFFS BALE.
1:1: 1'10 5.11 .51 nmn' il'rf"'nlat\
95 T. Shaw ___ __ ____ Marhit : : For Tax Collector.For the S. B. Denmark
1 -- -- : Oct. 1. 1'I! ; Oct. 1. 1916-----$ 3.10 $ 1.1 of R'-rr''l'ntat\ louse Notice hereby give nthat I. -
.
6 H. Colson ____ County Superintendent of Public In- elected for of OK
-- -- ---- -- Oct. I. 115 Oct 1. 116un 3.00 $ 151 of R'pr'ntatishal b a I'r sheriff of Bradford county. state
L. D. Vin"on ----------------Merchant Oct 1. 11'1: Oct. 1. __$ 3.01 'I 14 rod ion. of years membl'r of the Senate "lorida under and by virtue of that cer1:!!.
98 Shriver Co. _________----___--_Merchant o J. isis Oct I, 1'16A__--_$ ) : 11.511 For County Surveyor. be elected for a term of four years, ex writ of execution issued out of and under
110 hal
99 Valentine R. rrH.t __nBar.r Shop Oct. 1. 1915 1. 19160 3.11 $ 151'' For Five County Cvmmi"sinncr. as hereinafter Nt\id'd. The election for the seal of the ";-ilt (I'r of Bradford coun- 6> JACKSONVILLE FLA.
100 Chas. Simo'n) ___nu_ :I"rhant Oct. 1. H'13 Oct. I, 1916-----S 5.fO 5 2.5 For Thn-e :1'ml1r. of the County Board m.mu'r for each brarch shall be at the same t3. riO-III, against,C.. 'I. Holland and :p '1
101 J. W. .tnilrews- & Sin l.iviry tat,1t. Oct. 1. flIlS Oct. 1. 19160 lo.'o ,if Public 1 places. The Urm of office of SonBtors vor of W. C. Taylor and dated the 13th: ila> ST.tRKE'ANTS TO KNOW a i
5.11
102 HOon Theatre Moving Pcture Slow Ot. i. 1913 Oct. 1. 19165.0') $ For Justice of the Peace in and for the {elected in 1916 shal uIir on the first of Nnv.mL'r. 11; "i offer for Fall and WHAT ujj"

103 J. F. Kicklt r nU______ :I'rhant 1. 115 Oct. 1. 1'1i-----S 5.11 S 1511. ollo'vin, Justice Districts: viz : Monday in April The term of office ee'i! to the highest Ix'St bidder for cashat J ,
101 A. L .4lvar.z _____--_----) Iarrt Oct. 1. HI15 Oct. I. 1916-----S 3.11 S No. One. of S'nalo. elected in 1918 from the following the court house door in the Town of Starke Fouid
105 U. P. __ 150. No. Two. countiis tn-wit Escamhia. Gadsden The Answer is in the State- j
:ln.r -- Oct. 1. 115 Oct. 1. 1'1'------S 4./) 5 : c.unty. Florida; on Monday """'-
106 } -. --____----_ _Me.-chint. Oct. 1. ItilS Oct. I. \. __--_; ..:0 : 3..5; No. Three. Jackson Leon Midison. Lafay..tl. Taylor Columbia. lradCor. 1916. the same being a legal salet ment of a StarLe Resident. f'f.From [ .

101 I Hul .---------__ _n.rcla't: Oct. 1. H'15 Oct. 1. 1916-----S 3.1'1 S 151) No. Four. NaK-au. Dmal trion, Slpter. Jef- day of said) court, during the legal hours ol
10 r __ -nnn._ laccry Oct. 1. 115 Oct. 1. 191600$ 3.00 s No. Five. fer on. IA'l. Monroe lu1nam.'oluia.. Hami- sale the following described real e tate Mtlated -

10. I ( Ma.olL ------------. :,.rhlnt Oct. I, is Oct. 1. 1 loun$ 4.5) S 10.:; No. Six. ton. Alachna. Lilt'rty. lernand. being and) lying in Bradford county. week to week, from year to
)1. [.r', _--___ __ -__'.:' rchat OcL 1. HI15 Oct. 1. $ 3.00 S No. Seven. Brexard. Palm Beach Florida to-wit : North half of Southeast quir- in
11 1\160 -- l'intlls. Lvy. shal there have bqcn appearing
.
1" itarr) 1.d (e _u_______ ___-.. cl.lt. Oct. 1. H'IS Oct. I, 19160__$ II.fIO' 4 5.fl 151) No. EisM.Krt. the first Mcr.day in I ; al ter of northeast quarter of Section Sixteen year, ya
\ For,) :llrllt .____--unu (,.... Oct. 1. 1! Oct. 1. 1'JI'i------ $.oiJ 5 il Xine.No. .,1 h... Senators to b elected in the year Township Seven. South Range twenty-one II. these columns statements made by raETMRTlNlSEED
!
Ill J S n., .--___--_----_" :' Oc. 1. It)15 Oct. 1. 116-----$ : $ Ten. their t'rm of shal expire on the firs containing twenty acres more or less.S. neighbors, which we have til road

14 A. _\. I aztn ________n______': -.t"nt Oct 1. 1915 Oct. 1. 1916-----5 :101 3.01 S 151 1.51 No. Eleven. Monday in Apri All members of the B. DENMARK, with great interest, 'iand many of us j Er"jwith
1 4 c Cnrt'r uu___u--\I.>rchnnt Cct. 1. 1:1 Oc. 1. li'16-----S 1.10' $ 7.59 For .n.taul. in anti for the following Justice Hou--e of Representatives elected at the general 10-6-51. Sheriff, Bradford County, Fla. great profit. But what vie want t !?
16 Bank of Slarko ___-__ ____ I. isis Oct. 1. 11fl6-----S 3.r10 5 1.50 Districts viz: election i! 191R. their term of office shall 4k1
11 Wm. H. Ii'.r __.--------------}I nhant Ot. Number One. l'li" on the frt Monday in Apri. 1921, and NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED to know is, do they 4ar>d the tneatest S
18 Quigley Lumber &Supply Co. ott. 1. 1915 Oct. 1. 13.11 S Number Two. thereafter the of office of of L'NDEIC SECTION I OF CHAPTER test of all-the test of time? Here v
Dealer _____ ______ 116uS_ : Number Three. shall OF FLORIDA. ; *
0 0 u --- --n Oct. 1. 1\15 Oct 1. 19110 3.fl 5 15 the House of Representatives commence 4SSS) LAWS is conclusive evidence on thiS point j
119 Quietcy Lumber &Supply Co _.Merchant Oct. 1.: 1915 Oct. 1. 16no $ 3.00 5 1.51 Number Four. on the first Tuesday after the first Mondayin Hereby notice is given that A. 7.. Adkins
Starke wonnfcn: k
120 J. M. Mitchell __ -_----______: net. 1. 1:15 Oct 1. 1$16-----S 5.0,1 2.50 Number Five. April next succeding the election. At the purchaser of tax sale ctrifcalt numberetrespectively from a y ; :
121 Rwand's Cafe --_____ -_ taurnt I. HI5 1. 4.51 : 2.25 Number Six. .nerl election in K>20 and thereafter, all 29 161 and by the Tax Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Madison Ave., -

122 C ___ -____oo Itrhant O. I, 1915 Oct 1. 1/6o 1\ILuu$ 2.fl S 101 Number Seven. "Snator to b elected shall be elected for a Colkctor for Bradford county Florida. each of Starke, says, "I feel jusstified in recommending .

123 Barber Shop __--------_--_ Oct. 1. 1915 1. ___--$ 6.00 $ Number Ei ht. ttr four years, the t.r to begin on the slid cfrlifcab' being dated the 3rd day o! Doan's Kidney JIUs. I
14 J. W. Moran ____ Number Nine. the first Monday in Apr. filed: the said eertifi
uu nMtrhant 'Ot. 1. In5 Oct. 1. 1916----- 4.5) 5 2.25 frt Tuesday after &ul't used them for kidney compbint and
125 J. W. White & Son __uuu11.rhant I, 1915 Oct. I, 116-----S 3.00 5 1.50 Number Ten. following year, except that when a new Cites my office and has made applicationfor
126 C. P. Ca-n ________ I rhant Drlti Oct. I, 1915 Oct I, 1916-----S 3.01 S 1.51) Number EleveB. county is created the i.latut sha.i at that tax deed to issue in accordance with law. backache and they proved very liene-
12i Phillip McCann --------------Merchant In testimony 'her. I have hereunto set time fix the length of the term of the firstSenator The said certificates respectively embrace the ficial." (Statement given March 10,

128 S. B. Stephens uHawker and VenOcL 1. 1915 Oct. 1. 1916-------25.00 5 12.50 my hand and afixe the Great Seal of the to be elected therefrom at two or four !olo\ino lands. in Bradford county. Florida 1911)). '

der ff Medicinea --__----_____.____--_ Oct. 1. 115 Oct 1. 191'0 __$ 4.5' S 2.5 State of Talahssll. the Capital. ).tar with the end in view of keeping the a.slSed the date of the issuance of such Lasting Results.
129 DWit C. --------------Merchant Oct 1. 1915 Ot 1. __....$ 5 : this the Autu t. A. D. number of old Snator in balance with the c.rilcatt in the names respectively h.r.in-
130 Stake Bottling Works Bottling Work Oct I, 1915 1. 1016-----S 10.00 $ 5.0t 1915. number of the ne. particularly set forth to-wit : Over three years later, Mrs. Andrews

11 Fireproof Garage _--_--_--_--_- -_ Ot. 1. 1915 Oct 1. 1916___$ 3.00 S 1.51J H. CLAY CRAWFORDD. Section 3 of Article VII of the Constitution Certificate No. 29 embraces lot 39 of Bll said: "The- cure Doan's Kid

13 Mrs. C. L. Lane __uuu___ I.rhant Ot. I, 1:15 o.t 1. 1910-----! $ 4.5') 5 2.25 (L. S.) Stn.tar of State. i hereby amended so as t read a fol- 4 in .'. N Andrews add to Lake Butler Sec ney Pills gave me has proven lasting.I .
.1. M. Alvarez To S. B. DENMARK. Sheriff Bradford R. 2)) E. assessed Unknown.
13 --nnuu ltrhant 1. 1. 1916-----S 10.00 $ 6.01 .owr: 29. Tp. ( '
recommend
Oct Ot
14 Wan Brue. _--______--_____ Factory i. 115 Oct 1. 1916-----S 10.00 S 5.00 County. 9-1- The regular session of the LU.ature that Certificate No. 161 embraces the SW'i of am just as willing to
Oct "
Starke Coca Cola Co __Botlnt Work shall meet in 191' .'.Jiu. apportion the repe. NE'i and SEI of NWt;. Sec. 28. Tp. 7. SR. this medicine now as ever.

136 Bradford Co Abstrct Abstrctoi Oct. 1. k915 Oct. 1. 1916uu 10.00 S 5.0f for Tax s"n*qti. : .n tnt House of Representatives, a 21 E.. 80 acres, assessed J. T. Lovelace.Certificate Price 50c at all dealers. Don't simply

of Tit s __________--__--______--__--_ Ot 1. 1915 Ot 1. 1916-----S 3.00 $ 15, Notice of Application Dtt in this Article pr\'ided. which apportionmentshall No. 169 embraces the following: ask for a kidney remedy-getDoan's
137 Jay Br.n ___uuu____Merchant Oct 1. 1915 Ot 1. 3916-----S 10,00 5 Under Section 8 of Chapter -888, be based upon the last census taken b Beginning 210 ft E.. of NW cor of NWi; oNEIJ Pills
the that
138 J. C. Foppell _________nnLawy.tr 1. li Oct 1. 1916uu$ 10.00 5 5.01 Laws of Florida. the State of Florida or by the United of Sec. 5 and run S 210 ft. E 420 ft. N Kidney same
139 Dr. O. 1 Haynes __--_ -__--__ 1. 1915 1. 1916-----S 10.00 $ 6.0f which ever is the last taken, in the several 210 f. W 420 ft to beg. Sec. 5. Tp. 7, S. R Mrs. Andrews has twice publicly rec
UO Dr. J. Haynes _nunDntst Oct Oct 1. 1915 Ot.Oct 1. 1916-----$ 3.00 S 1.50 Notice is hereby given that F. Flume counties of the State and those that shall 22 E, acres assessed Miles Roberson. ommended. Foster Milburn .Co.,

HI 1 D. Register & Co __--nn l.rhant 1. 115 1. 1916-----$ 3.00 5 1.51' purchaser of tax certificate No. 191, meet e'er ten years thereafter ahal apportion Unless said ctrilcatl shall be redeemedaeeordinr Props., Buffalo, N. Y. ((23)f )
----------------Merchant in the of Representatives will issue thereonon
HZ the representation ,
Strbr 1. 115 Oct. 1. 1916-----S 3.00 1.50 D. Houe to la\ ta. .d
U3 M. --____--_ --_--___: Ot I, 1915 Oct. 1. 1l16-----$ 10.00 : 5.00 dated the 3rd day of August, A. in the Dinner in thi Article pr the 13th day of Xo.tmur, A. D. 1916.
U4 D. E knight __------___ -__--__ r Oct. 1. 1915 Oct 1. 1i'1635.0'') S li.50 1914, has filed said certificate in my \'id.which apportionment be based up- Witness try signature and Beat this + + + + + + + + + + + + + 11r

U5 A. Witht& Co. _nu.Tur Still oct. 1. 1915 I, 1916-----S 3.00 S 1.50 office and has made application for on the last census enumeration taken by the the llth day of October A. D. 1916. + : +
U6 A. G. Witht&Co. -----__ -Merchant State of Florida or by the United States, lSe*!> W. T. WEEKS. :
1" S tax deed to issue in accordance with I which ever U the last taken before the 10-13-5t Clerk Circuit Court + SEABOARD1IMETAflLE. +
'Ie Oct. 1. 1915 Oct. 1. 1916-----S 3.00 1.50
18 W. H. Sot ----0-----0 _n ftrhant Oct. 1. 1915 1. 19IGu 3.00 : law. Said certificate embraces the following -I Legislature so apportioning the representationshall + +

19 T.Norwich It. Union -Ins._u__Co.Insurance_--_ _--_ rhant Oct. 1. 1915 Oc.Oc. 1. 1916-----S : 151. described property situated in Section r\'lIe 4 o"! Article VII of the Constitution NOTICE UNDER OF APPLICATION SECTION 8 OF FOR CHAPTER48sf. TAX DEED + New time table takes effect +

11 10 Grand Fir& Marine Ins. Co Insurnct Ot.Oct. 1.1. 1915 115 Oct.Oct. 1.1. 1916-----S 1916-----5 : 2.50 2.50 Bradford County, Florida, towit: i hereby amended- so a to read as follows LAWS OF FLORIDA.Hreby Chastain + 12:01 a. m., Sunday, May &, '16. +

12 Scottish Union & Nat! Ins. Co Insurance Ot. I, 1915 Oct. I, 1916-----$ $ 2.50 South three-quarters of NE one- : is created by the notice is given certificates that H. M. + Trains will arrive in Starke as +
--------Insurance "When any new county purchaser of tax sale numbre
154 Marland Fir.1an's Casualty Fund Ins Co CoInsurance Ot.. 1.1. 115 1'15 Oct Oct. 1.1. 1916-----8 1916u $$ 2.50 2.50 fourth of NE one-fourth. Sec. 12, Tp. Legislature it shall be entitled to one Senator respectively 118 and 119. i su"t by th + follows: + *i

155 PrmidnceVanington Ins Co Insurnce Oct. 1. 1915 Oct. 1. 1916u 3.00 $ 1.50 8, S. R. 22 E., 30 acres. Te said land and (.nl member of the House of Representatives for- lector for Bradford ciunty. each of! + +
enumeration dated the 3rd day
until the next provided said being o
157 156 Mis.Cold Eagle B. B.Gr.cer Hopson--------Merchant----------Merchant Oct. 1. 1915 Oct. 1. 1916-----S 3.01 : 15. being assessed at the of the issuance in Section 5. of this Aricl that shall betaken .\ cl'rtifcltt t 1914 ta filed the *aj1 Certi.Iicstes + Jacksonville to Tampa + ;
1915 Oct. 1916-----S 10.00
1. 1. iIV
158 Dr. E T. ___ _.-- an Ot. of such certificate in the name after the the said new my office and has made applicationfor No.Tl 11:14 p. m. + ,2
Canl1bl -- -- 1. 1915 Oct. 1. 1016-----5 S .50 -------------
__ __ Oc. 100 county. or until the r.ext census enumeration tax deed to issue in accordance with law
_
159 L -------- -- 1. Oct. 1. 1916u' $ of Unknown. Unless said certificate f No. 3 10:4-1 a.m. +
1 Oct 1:15 3.01 1.5 United States ?fAmerica embrace the ---- -------
160 A. Brown ___ ____ that shall be taken by th The said; c.rifcat.ti..ly ----
1 -- -- : 1. 1915 Oc. 1. 1016-----S 35.00 $ I.IO be redeemed according to law after the of the said I new Florida + j .
____ + No. 9 2:52p.m.
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161 rO"'tI. mith Co -- hl 1. 1915 Oct. 1. 1916u $ / sha1 olo.int : Brrdord ------- -------- h >!
3.01
__ _____ l Oct the county. whichever shall the sooner b taken a. at the date issuance of such
162 .. Co. -- -- -- r.h'nt 1. 115 Oct. 1. 1i'16-----S 10.M $ 5.00 deed will issue there on on + +
__ ____ Ot. after the creation of the said new county, wheftt certificates in the names respectively h.rin- m1.
163 Dr. W. F. Middl.ton -- -- Oct I 1915 Oct. 1. l'116-----5 $
164 G. W. Wainwri.'ht __ _____) : 3.1'1 1.5) 30th day of October, A. D. 1916. shall be entitled to one member of the after particularly pet forth to-wit : + Jacksonville to Cedar KyNo. +
-- -- Oct. I 1915 Oct. 1. 1914------S $
___ 11.01 5.UI official signature and Hiiro-e of for every ten thousand Certificate No. 118 mhraces the following : *
1" T. J. Town.end __un_ Gam". Oct. I. 1915 25.00 3 12.50 Witness my Representatives + 15 ------------ 5:04 P. m. t
fraction .
Oct 1 1.ILn the major Madison and Myrtle stand
of
167 166 W.W. F. I.alholtl ____000101__ Tablo sli ';' Oct. I, 1915 Oet 1\1L____$ 2.00 10 seal this the Gth day of September, thtreof of JJulation.. ; other or counties." Com run at NW W along cor Madison St 210 ft. thl'nctR + + '

E 1".di..ltz_____-_-_____-__-. ------__:.. Oct.Oct. 1.I, 115 115 Oct.Oct. 1.I, 1916-----1916-----$$ 3.01 $5 1.5 A. D. 191G. W. T. WEEKS, A JOINT RESOLlTOX Proposing an amend- along said st 334 f to pt of to.I in Cas + Tampa ta Jacksonville + 1
16.b C..tb 3.1 15 of Article VI c.f the Stark S, 29, Tp. 6. R. _': E. t
___ .___ Court. mint kins to
Circuit S-tion +
16\ Si"trnk u n J.rhat I. 1915 Oct. 1. )!'l-----S 35.UI 1'.50 Clerk a.1 + No. 2 4:54 a. m.
( of Florida ----
__ $ the State asamended N E 210 ft to Myrtle st. thence -------- -
I;') Harper & WiU.ms, nnn_ RI1 ott. 1. 1:15 Oct. 1. 1916------ 3.0 15,) y Joint Resolution No. 2. Act 2 acres:34 assessed th.nc. L. Little. + No. 4 3:4.2p.m.No. +
11 Dr. W. u _-- : i. 1915 Oct. 5. _$ ') :1. ---------- -----
Oc. 1116ou 15.f'l : ? to Suffrage and Eligi-: 119 mbraces the following'
of
Relating No.

1
93. fixate +
1.2 Bradford C"unty flankltanker4 1. 1915 Oct. 1. 1960 -$ 15.00 '.5.1 (.r + 10 (Limited) 5:54 p. m.
i M'.ity.HE .. at SW cor of Madison and Myrtle sts
11 271 Jur.a Fan r Ilndea& Ilaler_RankBankcr__ !" tlbl.! .. Oct. 1. 115 Oct. I, 1'1600 $ 25.") S 12.50 NOTICE OF ELECTION it Resolved by the Legislature of the Stateof and run S along Myrtle 1 st 1"5 ft. thence \ + -4-- +

1. C.ea.s" &--C-- --- !an t Or). I. 1915 Oct. 1. 191 ___--- 15.M t ..50 I IWHERE.5. I Florida : at right Ar.lt to said st 105 ft. thence + Cedar Key to Jackson* ille + 4

1.6, \ Drug Co. _---_-_-_---_-_--- : (). 1. 1915 Oct. 1. 1'16-----S 6.i'0 $ 3.00 The pisature! of 1915 un.Jtr :1 That the following amendment to Section 1 parallel with said ft II'; ft. th.nc.W at right + :

'.\Il. ____-_-__-_-_ ,' ,hant 0 c t 1. 1- (}ct. 1. It'16-----S ..00 S t.'".1 : of 1??5. of the State of Florida of Article VI of the Constitution of the State angles to sai.t 105 f. thence N 21'i' ft toMadison + No. 14 ------- -- ----- 9:2a.m.
on
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1R. F. :1 i Oct: 1. 1\11 Oct. 1. 191------S 10.00 5 5.00 diil pass three Joint Resolutions propos- of Florida be and the same is hereby agreed. E al.nl Madison st 21" + 'P

J. C.? -------------------"t____ __ Oct. 1. Oct. 1. 1916-----S 3.00 S 11 I inc annulments to the C'1 titution of the I 1 to an'shaH be submitted to the ellcl.r of ft to |it of lg in Gaskins a.lo to Starke. Sec. + Wanr.ee. Trains + '
19 ---- ( 1. 1"1Oct. 1. 3,34 -.50 the general: election in for R. 22 E.. assessed L. M. Lit
Shelley ruurnlS ., ___-' h 0 lt -- -' '" Stateof Florida and the same were agreed to the State at 1.11 2!>. Tp. )>, S.
hi Florida R1..et.n sh \__nu__ 'Wi''n,. ( 1 15 Ot. 1. 1.1.! ___- ..51 : ; ;I I by a \01. of thrre-fifths of al the members ratification or rejection : I tle. + (Daily Except Sunday) +

H2: S. L. Aha.z _!_hl\___ _----__---- :. Shol' lH'I': 1<1O.t t'l'1. 191l-----S 2.Ai,) 111 I e'ected to each hout-e : that ( votes on raid Stction 1 try mlle person of the age of I'nlefaid certificates shall be rfdcfmcdaccording + No. 101 Leaves Starke 6:43 a. m. +
1915 O 10163.114) 5 1.30 and upwards who is cit-; issue thereonon
entered their 1 a to law. tax died will
H.utiunsere! )
Joint: upon respective -
unu'I '
1'3 W. S. Smith ? t\enly-nt .ar
14.) McCafl flroa & C ____ T rhat O'.t' i. lt'lS; Oct't., t. 1. 1.----o "-,).0'1 1 11.00' II Journals. with the yeas and nays 1'z.n of the United States at the time he applies the 13th day of November. A. D. 1916. + No. 104 arrives Starke 2:45 p. m. +
(-- ur.Shl 0 ct..9. C..n 3 0.1 1.-,) register shall l 15 1ti o;. & Co. ___ ----- :: thereon and they di.dtterine and direct to my sitnatur. + T. J. Agent.
------: Oct'I' i
1'I Cal" .Iun __ .--________--__ ... 1. D. C. Chase ____ ______\. I"lhnt Ot 1. 1915 Oct 111'-----S 30'1 5 15!I to the t1.'tr of the State at the Gtneral j' of the State of Florida provided that he pe Seali W. T. WEEKS.
: u 1. _$ 3.00 5 1..1) 1 Circuit Court + + ftlaxFos + + + + + + + + + +
1S \m. hnai I, __--nnu__ :1,.rhant Oct. 1. HI" Ot. -- Election: in November. 1916. esit> th. 'r' .owing qualifications: 11-13-51 Clerk + +
; : Oct. 1. 1915 Oct. 1. 116-----$ $ .51' I I. H. CLAY CRAW-
J. 1... Data & ---------------n I-
?.( J" R. a,0. (0 unn__ lrort I ()c. 1. 1"1- Oct 1. 1"16-----S < "_.u"') i I OTHEREfRE.. cr"tar State of the State of II I NOTICE OF '. DSCnARCE Whenever You a General Tool: A Mild Effort uucvi % liver Tonic :
0. 1. 1'11Oct. 1. 1"16 012 t .J..5.1 I Florida do hereby give notice that a date the Ned
191 J. P fa\is & C" ________ nln. -gt t I Six months after hHP OoesNotC1lpen0tCttl1bthetcmath.In .
J. & C. ___-__----__ .t Oct. 1. Oct. 1. 1916____$ S :.50 GENERAL ELECTIONwill 14th day of January, 1317. I will present my
J. R R Dais\ t Cc -___ _--_ A"t Oct 1. Oct. 1. 1t ____$ S 2.50 I be held in each county in Florida onTuesday 'vouch.r and final account to the honorable! Te Old Standard Grove's Tasteless addition to other properties, Lax-Foa

194 J. R Dais & Co --_ _--__ -_ Alt Oct. 1. 1915 Oct. 1. 191.0 __$ : 2.50 I next suce.dins the first Monday in Geo. A. Cardiner. County Judge of Bradford Tonic is equally valuable a a contains Cascara in acceptable form, a
195 J. Davia & (e___ ___ .ln3 .t Oct. 1. 1915 Oct. 1. __$ 2.M | November. A. D. If 16 the said Tuesday being .county. Florida a administrator of the estate Tonic because it contains the stimulatinLaxative andTonic. LaxFosacts

196 J. R Davis & Co __________--ln3 Aft Oct. I. 1915 Oct. 1. It'16-----S $ :.5 I the of D. S. Wh.tItr. dl.uld and asked to Genera of E effectively and does not nor
19i J. I'aia Co ___-_ _____lns At Oct. 1. 1915 Oct 1. 1916-----I $ :. I SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBERfor be difehraged.d a such "el know properties QUININ gripe
198 J. R. Davis &Co _____ _--___ .\! Oct. 1. 191 Oct 1. 19160 S 2.50 the ratification: ,or rejection of the said This the 14th day of July 1916. IRON. It acton the Liver, Drivesout disturb stomach. At the same time. it aids
199 Spil I Joint Resolution proposing amendment to. i I D. W. MANNING.Administrator Malaria, Enriches the Food and digestion,arouses the liver and secretions

% Spied J the Constitution of the State o Fori.a, \ : l of the estate of D. S. Wheel? Builds the. \\ hole System V .nL" and restores the healthy funcli- ns. 50c.
? I \iams! ___________Merchant Oct. 1. 1915 Oct. 1. 196-__$ 3.00 $ 1.50 I 1 deceased. 7-14-6m up

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BRADFORD COUNTV TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 19U}

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. 9 I Mr. B. J. Rosier, of the Rosier I made their home, were all present and Mrs. Martha Williams were visitors tors to Jacksonville{ Tuesday i
Bridge section, was a business visitor with her when she died. to Starke last Friday. Mr. Walter Langford IoOk hia ii i

. : here Saturday.Mr. I The interment was made in New School Superintendent F. G. Schell, parture Saturday Lake Park, (4l
, J. W. Nichols attended the veterans Hope cemetery Tuesday in the presence of Lake Butler, was a visitor to the where he has accepted a !position .
reunion in Tampa this week. of a large crowd of people who Lawtey school Wednesday Col. W. T. Weeks, our efficient trap

Ii' VV .... vwa s Items Mr. Wm. Knight and family, of had gathered to pay the last sad trib- i' Messrs. E. E. Burney and W. II. Edwards ty clerk, and the: people's !!'iend.1rIi< ;
--07 Lake Butler, were visiting relativesin ute of love and respect to a most were visitors to Jacksonville transacting business in ,town .la$

' Raiford Sunday.Mr. worthy friend. I Wednesday.Mr week. .i .
C. B. Rigdon, of Sapp Station, Mrs. Wilson's life was adorned with I % J. H. Moore was a visitor to Mr. A. C. Strickland is having }?
: btUrcatinf Facts Gathered During the Week by Our was a business visitor here Tuesday. the many virtues of noble womanhood,,: Starke Wednesday. I handsome home : repainted Jjr. g./

Regular Correspondents. Mr. R. B. Roberts and family, of upholding the true principles of life:,II I I Blake is the contractor who! is nol tJ I
.1 i IV S Woi thiagton, were guests at the homeof and possessed with a living faith in! 04 i. 000000000400I4) for artistic work: '

i Mrs. Roberts' father, lIon. A. D. God which enabled her to patiently! 0 The fair associiition is working
I --- Andrews, in Raiford Sunday.Mrs. bear her afflictions; looking forwardto :, WOODLAWN PARK. to make next week one of the gy'

: e) .r000'000000000000 I Holland, came Saturday to be ready I A. F. Stanford, of Jacksonville, the time when her great soul would ''c: est in the hirtorj of Bradford cooa
\ t1 0 0 for school Monday. I spent the week-end with her parents, be free from its prison of clay to dwell 'C.i. 3 + 0C> 000> OF000000 Come, and join ;jn our galauvlu!
j I I s1 HAMPTON. oG Misses Mamie Denmark and Jessie Mr. and Mrs. L. Sapp, in Raiford. with the Saviour in a better land. Mr. dose Bennett, of White House, Mr. J. B. Dowling, who is at RaiLfat

;I << 0G Mae Baisden, Mrs. Adam Green and Mrs L. C. Taylor spent several days The funeral services were conducted visited at the home of Mr. D. L. Phil- present, s.ent.Sundaith his faze.1
t i i0000000 O i0000 Messrs. Dee Ritch Green and John of last week with her parents, Mr. and by Rev. A. J. Pinholster. lips Saturday and Sunday. ily here. '

: lIon. Francis P. Coffin, accompanied Baisden, of Starke, were pleasant visitors :Mrs. C. J. Knight, of Lake Butler. Mr. Eodus Green, of Jacksonville, Phone your news items! in to tile s.

I :, i by his father, spent a part of: to the Arthur Alvarez home Sat- Mr. and Mrs. L. Sapp spent from + 000004C 00000000 visited relatives and friends here Saturday Telegraph's ('orr spondent. i
i Monday and Tuesday here, in the interest urday and Sunday.Mr. Tuesday until Friday of last week on and Sunday.Mr. Mr. H. B. Downing, of Madisowy :
I I of his political campaign.Mrs. C. C. Thomas, from near Mon- an automobile trip, in which they visited o LAWTEY. J. S. Xorman was transacting a visitor here Sunday. '

I, Ruby Prince, of Dade City, is: iac, Ga., was looking over our vicinitythe Gainesville, Hawthorn, Palatka,, $ business in Starke Monday. Quite a number of delegates will|L
'I visiting friends and relatives here. first of this week in view of find- St. Augustine, East Port and Jack- <> 'j> <> $> <$ <> <$ & $ <3> .1' Elder D. L. Phillips is assisting in a tend the district Christian Endear

I' Miss Eva Williams left Saturday ing a future home. Mr. Thomas is one sonville. Mr. and Mrs.. W. H. :Miner, revival meeting at the Baptist churchat convention jt Lake City next ltd

I I for hor school near Starke, where of Baker's county's best farmers and Editor J. T. Lewis, of the Raiford Starke, were visiting relatives in our Theressa this week. nesday and Thursday.Mr. .
work was resumed Monday. we will gladly welcome him in our Tribune, spent Wednesday in Starke town last Sunday.Mr. The work on the Woodlawn Baptist and Mrs! H. K. Roberts wi

Our school is progressing nicely under midst. delivering the Bradford County book- Enoch Griffis attended the Bap- church is progressing nicely. It only daughter, Isola,. from Guilford, ITI
t Mrs. Crews, of Vanderbilt of that town. remains to be covered and the win- visiting at the home of
the able management of Prof. L. Mr. and Kirby lets to advertisers tist association near Starke last week. Mrs. S' i,
visiting here Sunday.Mr. Mrs. F. B. Dense and Miss Lula dows and doors put in. Richard.
j. R. Green. The attendance was so were Mr. A. A. Stokes was a visitor to ,
: : that the fourth teacher becaimnecessary L. L. Conner made a businesscall Jean Woctor, of Jacksonville, were Jacksonville last Saturday. Mr.: J. Q. Futch was transacting Mr. Nat Xewsom, of Jacksonvfl3,
great
C i and Miss Madeline Middleton to our burg the first of the week. visitors in Raiford Sunday. Deputy Sheriff Cameron, of Starke, business in Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. is in town this jveek, working up l the '
I has been added to the faculty. W. H. Johnson returned from Jacksonville Mrs. J. J. Brooks and daughter, of was in Lawtey last Friday on busi- and Mrs. G. C. Wooten, of Law- interest in the Modern Woodmen.
I ; has been built, Sunday.Mr. Providence, mother and sister of J. A. tey, motored out here Sunday night
i A basket ball court
I ; i and team organized with Ralph Williams A. B. Alvarez transacted busi- Brooks, are visiting Mr. Brooks and : ness.Mr.. W. F. Godwin was a business I as the guests of friends.Mr. )4)4 ;. <, 1> 4,4,4 oeil
:; ; a captain, and Cl'deIullady ness in Jacksonville the latter part of family in Raiford this week. visitor to Jacksonville last Thursday Brady Bryan, our school princi-I I 0
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They will play against theE last week. Hon. S. T. Dowling attended the morning.Mr. pal visited relatives and 4) MILLER. $

'p i 1 Lake manager.Butler team tomorrow, October Our school has begun with fair at- special meeting of the county commis- John P. Coffin, of Johnstown!" Raiford Saturday and Sunday.Mr. I 0 .

I i 'Jlst, the school grounds here. tendance with Prof. L. A. Davis prin- sioners in Starke Wednesday. was a visitor to Lawtey last Satur- 0. J. Phillips, of Lawtey, spent I 004,004.0000000111
Supt.on F. G. Schell visited our school( cipal and Mrs. Rossie Reddish and Sunday here as the guest of relativesand There will be preaching at Fort Call

p Tuesday and paid our teachers many Miss Dora Johnson assistants, as be- 'v v0 s 0000000000000BROOhER. day.Mr.. James H. Lowery was a visitorto friends. church on the fifth Sunday in this
v compliments.Rev. fore, and we hope to have the few absentees Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. Mrs. J.1.. Norman is on the sick month by Rfv. Mason, of Gainesville.

Homer F. Cooke delivered a with us at an early date, bearing ?> o and Mrs. J. C. Cone ad chil- list this week. We hope her a speedy Everybody is invited to be present it
i'i lecture at the Christian church here in mind the fact that, to the same $ $ dren spent Sunday with relatives at recovery. this meeting and bring dinner.: It lathe
r Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, and extent that schooling benefits us, will t. 0000c)00000 Wateroak. Dr. E. L. Biggs, of Lawtey, was a wishes of all interested to have i

L both were highly appreciated. losing or failing to take advantage of Mr. Harry Sessions and daughter, School Superintendent W. II. Biggs, professional visitor here Sunday even- good meeting at this time and place.

Rev. E. M. Henderson has resignedthe the opportunity injure us. Mrs. Mary Passavant, left Sunday for of Green Cove Springs, is spending a ing.Dr. As this is one of the oldest charehei] !
pastorate of the Baptist church There is going to be a singing con- Tampa and other South Florida few days with relatives in Lawtey.Mrs. G. W. Brown, of Lawtey was a in this part of.the county we ask the '

. here, and Rev. H. E. Ridenour, of vention at Olustee on fifth Sunday in points. M. E. Edwards, of Gainesville, professional visitor here !Sunday> even- hearty co-operation of everybody and
Waldo, has been called to the work as this month and Saturday before, with Messrs. P. M. Barefoot, Lawton Sur- was the guest of relatives in Lawtey ing.A ask them to come and brirg well filled
for the ensuing year. Rev. dinner both days, and a singing con- rency and Tom Osteen attended the Monday.Mr. large number from here attendedthe baskets.
t. pastor Henderson has accepted Waldo and test between the various societies rep- church services at Miller last Sunday. C. Macdenny, of Macclenny, Black Creek union of Baptist Mrs. Waldrup, canning club agent

; r II Hawthorne for half time each. resented, the winning class to be rewarded Dr. Middleton, of Hampton, was in was a visitor to Lawtey Tuesday.Mr. churches at Evergreen Saturday and held a meeting! ; with the ladies of this
f Phone news notes for the Telegraph with a $30 gold-tinseled silk Brooker Monday on professional busi- A. M. Blanchard was a visitorto Sunday. place on last: Friday afternoon, ia
I to your the correspondent. banner. Here's hoping that half of Jacksonville last Saturday.Mr. Phone your news notes fcr the Tel- which she collected exhibits for Brad

I 'I The Catts club met Monday evening Bradford may be present upon this occasion ness.Mrs.. Emma Hilton, of Scriven, Ga., L. L. Sapp was a visitor to egraph to the rrespondent. ford county fair. <

: ., j with forty-two members present and and that they may become suf- and Mrs. Moultrie Crews, of Newberry Starke Sunday.Mr. Mr. Eldriilge': Williams: and sister,;"
I those together with visitors from ficently enthused in connection with have been at the bedside of their J. B. Padgett, of Gainesville, 00000000000000000 Miss Etta, of Starke, visited at thrf! .
ashamed of their delinquentstate mother Mrs. J. H. Wilson, for the last 0 home of N. Hi Stokes
/t Starke, L'ke'Butler and Theressa, feeling was a visitor to Lawtey one day several days of I
taxed the seating capacity of the hall. along this line to form a resolu- past two months.Mr. week. LAKE BUTLER. ) this week. ) ,
After the routine business, addresses tion or determination that may be the Jno. Shriver and son, J. L., mO- Mr. J. H. Moore was transacting Mrs. J. S. lirown went to Jackson
were delivered by J. Allen, Dr. W. E. means of placing our boys and girlson tored to Hampton last Sunday. business in Starke last Saturday.Mr. 4,0000000000000000Mrs. ville Tuesday to be at the bedside of
.: Middleton, Hon. W. G. Seals and A. an equality with those of Baker in Miss Julia Anderson left Sundayfor J. R. ddings, of Gainesville, J. N. Cain and little daugh- her mother, Mrs. C. M. Clyatt, who
A. Durden. A liberal sum was do- regards to vocal music. Although this Guilford where she will teach this was transacting business in Lawteylast ters, Louise and Milliard, are spend- underwent an iteration at the Rogen
I nated to the campaign fund.I county leads Baker county in literary coming winter. week.. ing the week with the former's sisterin Sanitarium. Mss. Clyatt i*; reported to
I I t Beginning next Sunday a serial work, only a trip to the convention is Miss Karma Parker, of Lacrosse, Roadmaster S. A. Bryan, of Starke, St. Petersburg. be doing niceljMr. -.

: I meeting will be conducted at the Methodist needed to demonstrate the fact that was a week-end guest of her cousin, was in Lawtey Monday on business.Mr. Misses Marion and Ruth Richard and Mr1. I. E. Thomas visitedat
: church. Pastor Hendry will have we're not in it musically. Inez Abernathy.Mr. Henry Bennett was a visitor to spent the last week-end with Mrs. H. Alachua i several days this week.
i competent help and a cordial invitation T. J. Collins left Sunday to take Jacksonville last Saturday.Mr. K. Roberts at Guilford.Mr. Truman Stokes visited Brooker lutFuesday.
i
I 1 I is extended to all. Reddish-Rosier. charge of the Brooks school near Lake Claude Addison was a visitorto : and Mrs. Charles Edwards of i
, If j: Public improvements continue. The Butler. Jacksonville last Sunday. Bradford, were the guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mr ;. H. C. Temples visited
i Ii next will be a bond issue for a new Phone your news notes for the Tel- Mrs. C. J. Teare returned to her Mrs. A. C. Strickland last Saturdayand their son, R. C. Peeples, of Tararei,
;! : i. and modern school building. Help us Wedding bells were stilled Thursday egraph to the correspondent. 'home here last Thursday from Chi- Sunday. this week. Mr. Peeples i iti also attend

boost it. when Mr. Willie Reddish and Miss Mr. J. S. Forsyth purchased a Fordcar cago, where she has been spending Mesdames J. N. Langford, J. B. ing the reunion of the Confederate
The school literary society invites Rossie Rosier were joined in holy from Dr. L. L. Lamb last week. several weeks. Dowling and J. S. Howard were visi Veterans at T mpa.

I the patrons and public to attend the bonds of matrimony at the home of Mrs. Hattie Lynn and son, R. J., Mr. J. W. Andrews, of Starke, was 1 .
exercises Friday afternoon. the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. returned last week from Gainesville transacting business in Lawtey last -.
on
every _. r
I Rosier, Prof. L. A. Davis officiating.The where they spent several weeks with Saturday.Mr. --- - - - -
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most
I contracting parties were I relatives. Colon Miller returned here -
i, a i '" i> 000Q000000000A0 handsomely dressed, the groom wearing Prof. N. H. Hall, of Orange Ifeights, from Umatilla last Thursday, wherehe ,. ,
h M, a handsome suit of blue serge, arrived Saturday and accepted the spent several days. I '. '

3; $ HEILBRONN. .oi while the bride's suit was neatly madeof principalship of the Brooker high Mr. Ury Gunter, of Jacksonville, is j Sash. Doors. Glass.
j ) blue with accessories to match.
school. spending a few days in Lawtey this
: :- r 000x0000000000000 Attendants upon the occasion were Messrs. L. A. Brown and J. J. Morgan -I week. :

I ; t Mr. Perry Sweat and family departed Messrs. Orin Reddish and L. W. Williams and family were shopping in Mr. and Mrs. Charles de Beruff, of t Oils. 'Paints .

1 j '. for Hampton last Monday, at which and Misses Doris Rosier and GainesvilleIonday.. Jacksonville, spent Sunday in Lawtey
i I place they expect to reside in the fur Janie Sapp. Mrs. P. M. Barefoot spent the weekend with relatives. I

ture. After the ceremony was performedthe with relatives at Graham.Mr. Mr| Limbaugh, of Starke, was attending t
Prof. L. A. Davis and family and young couple left for their new : and Mrs. J. M. Shaw and Miss to busines sin Lawtey last I Columns. Mouldings.
F Mrs. Mary V. Andrews made a trip and beautiful home near Heilbronn Edyth Crosby motored to Gainesville :Monday. I '

I r to the Bradford Farms Sunday after- Springs, at which place the groom is Wednesday to do some shopping. Andrew Lowery was transacting I

numbered with our most successful business!" in Jacksonville last Saturday.Mr. .
noon.Mr.. F. B. Robinson, by receiving farmers and where the bride resumedher ;
Death of John A. Sasonni.A : Frances P. Coffin, of Jahnstown,
good prices for his large crop of cot- duties as teacher. Their many who is the Prohibition candidate for j (
l ton, has been enabled to pay outstand- friends join in wishing them much joy complication of diseases together the office of Congressman from this t

ing debts, purchase a tract of land ad- and happiness in their new phase of with old age brought about the deathof district, was a visitor to Lawtey last I Rough and Dressed
joining his farm, and is having lumber life.000Cr0000000000000. John A. Sasonni, at the home of Saturday in the interest of his candi- ,
Mr. T. J. Collins Saturday night about
sawed for the erection of a resi-
dence on same. Who says we can't 7 o'clock.Mr. dacy. :
There will
match
be at
spelling
a
Sasonni was born in Hungaryin H
i prosper during a democratic administration 0 0 impressed the school house auditorium Friday : LUMBERBuilders
? 9 RAIFORD. @ the year 1839. To escape being is invited
to
evening. Everybody come.
t From the way Jim's plate was heaped -' 0 into the military service at There will be an admission fee of 10
methinks the age of eighteen years, he ran away
at the big dinner Sunday 00000000000000000
cents and the winner of the contest
he might report swell times once more Mrs. J. H. Denmark and children from home and embarked on a ship will j
1-...... as second mate. He led the life of a receive a pumpkin pie.
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in life. the week-end with Mr. Denmark's
p spent )Ir. Luther Williams, of Macclenny,
Misses Maud and Pearl L. Green at- parents, Sheriff and Mrs. S. B. sailor, visiting many of the world'slargest visitor j
was a to Lawtey Tuesday.Mr.
tended the party at the E. W. Green Denmark, in Starke. seaport cities until the out- Reddish of Wateroak
Ury wasa
! home Friday night. Mr. Howard F. Stanton, of the Lake break of the War Between the States, business visitor to Lawtey last Fri- I
Mr. Oscar Andrews has moved back Butler Ice Co., was a business visitorto whereupon he offered his services to : Hardware.
i I the Federal government and was placed day.Phone j
to Starke and his old home is being Raiford Tuesday.Mrs. your news notes for the Telegraph -
occupied by a Mr. Sweat and family. R. E. Lassiter and Mrs. Tom on a warship as a common sailor. to the correspondent.Mr. ,
:Mr. Fisher Gaskins and little son, Comes, of New Smyrna, were visitorsin After the close of the war he went L. L. business visi- Plumbing.
I i Sapp was a 1I
wherever his wandering mind led him .
John L., made a business trip here on Raiford Sunday. .
r. tor to Raiford Tuesday.Mr.
until
Tuesday.Get Mr. J. W. Mann, of Sapp Station, he had visited practically every F. A. Fisher, of Jacksonville, I
j Mr. A. A. and Miss Dora to tell was a visitor to Raiford Tuesday.Mrs. state in the Union. He then settled business in ': -'
; transacting
: how they enjoyed their trip to church C. J. Knight, of Lake Butler, down to the life of a school teacher, few was days last week. Lawtey a j O' "::
I in the broke-down Ford Sunday. spent several days in Raiford last but soon grew tired of this and again Your mentioned
s r Mr. R. R. Brown and family, formerly week, the guest of her daughter, Mrs.L. took to traveling, this time on a bicycle few weeks correspondent that little a
of this place, have moved to Ft. C. and with a goodly number of tools ago a daughterhad -
Taylor.Mr.
i Lumber & Co.
which he arrived at the home of )Ir. and Quigley Supply :
with
watches
all to Denham of repaired clocks, -
: Pierce, and although we regret W. L. Gainesville, :Mrs. Steve Starling, about two miles .
leave old Brad- and all kinds of simple machinery.For 1'.
see the good people was a business visitor here the first
west of Mr. Star-
i ford, we have all right to believe that of the week.Postmaster. the past several years he con- Lawtey. Tuesday I "The Happy Home Builders"LELAND
informed that had been
ling us we
! f our salesman, Mr. Ancel, regrets tot Jackson and Marshal fined his travels to the Southern states misinformed, but now could
we men-
them about the worst of Sapp, of business visitors and principally to Florida. He was 1-- '
i see go any I Lawtey, were tion authentically that twins, boys, _ _
t t I and we doubt if he doesn't follow I here Tuesday. never married and leaves no relativesin -
were born to them Monday and that - - - -
I j i Little Misses Lucile and Rozell America.
suit.Mr. both mother and babies were getting ,
I I : E. H. Clemons is spending this : Douglass, if Lake Butler, spent several The remains were interred at the on all right. ---- -- -

I week at Carbur, Florida, prospecting. I days in Raiford last week, the Dedan cemetery Sunday at 11 a. m. On monday of this week about

I County Surveyor George Kelly hasbeen guests of their aunt, Mrs. L. C. Talor. )- funeral Rev. A.services.J. Pinholster conducted the twenty of the ladies of the communitywent SOFT PHOSPHATETHE
this week. .
j employed here to the home of Mr. and Mrs. G.
i :\Ir.1.. Hale, who is taking statisti- ] Mr. J. L. Douglass and family, cf II. Beavers as a surprise party. The
I r cal reports of farms, was transacting Lake Butler, spent Sunday in RaiforJ Death of Mrs. Sally Wilson. occasion was the 84th birthday of Mrs. '
\ business here the first of the week. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Tay- Mrs. Sally Wilson, wife of Mr. J. H. Sarah Cunnigham, mother ofIr.: GREAT NATURAL PLANT FOOD

; Mr. Newn Mott is making arrangements lor. Wilson, died at her home near Beavers. About six of the visitors

' to build and is continually singing :Messrs. B. D. Kelly and W. L. O. :r- er, on Monday, October 16. Brook-'I took dinner with the hostess, and the Makes big crops and permanently improves the aoil. 1
. the little song, "Any little girl street made a business trip to Lake Mrs. Wilson had been an remainder of the party came in later
r I that's a nice little girl is the right little Butler Tuesday afternoon. several years, and had been confinedto Mrs. Cunningham, although several Our SOFT PHOSPHATE is supplying a long felt want among the .,

i t girl for me." Editor J. T. Lewis, of the Raiford her bed most of the time for the past the allotted three score years and farmers and growers who want a cheap natural phosphate which is :t
The Baptist Association at Evergreen Tribune, made a business trip to Lake past year, suffering with 'a broken hip ten, is more active than a good manyat ,
of last week Butler softer and more soluble than the ordinary ground or
the latter part Monday. phosphate
t caused
by a fall, an injury from the age of fifty. She came to Law-
.. I which was witnessed by many from Miss Dora Johnson left Saturday for which she never recovered.On tey about two years ago from Illinois floats and which is free from the objectionable chemicals so often to t
this vicinity, proved to be a grand suc- Heilbronn Springs to resume her duties "'
. Sunday, October 7, she became and is at present making her home be found in commercial or mined manures.
i ces. I as teacher in the public school at desperately ill, and the doctor said with her son. After spending several
.t! Phone your news notes for the Tel- that place. she would soon be gone. Her childrenwere very pleasant hours, the visitors departed LELAND SOFT PHOSPHATE is mined from our own rich depositsof
egraph to the correspondent Phone your news notes for the Tel- summoned to her bedside and for their homes Mrs. i
wishing Soft
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We fine
ccounty. to
pulverize it a
den- the
Miss Mamie Langford is having egraph to correspondentMrs. Mr. Harry Wilson, wife and little son, Cunningham many more happy birth-
tal work done at Starke this week. M. D. Lassiter, who has been come up from Oneco, Fla. Mrs. Em- powder and sell direct to the grower. :

The sing at Mr. W. F. Harnage's spending several months here, left ma Hilton, a daughter, came from !days.A good rain now would be greatly Write us for literature and prices
t : Wednesday night was just fine. Saturday for New Smyrna, where she Scriven, Ga., and Mrs. Lizzie Crews, appreciated so as to give an opportunity :
' Mr. Billie Reddish made a trip to will spend several weeks. another daughter, from Newberry those who
came to want to plant some SEMINOLE PHOSPHATE COMPANY CROOM FLORIDAD.
the hub Tuesday. Col. Addison, of Fitzgerald. Ga. is ,
' county and Mr. David Wilson, of La- more strawberries, although a large
t i Our Second assistant, Miss Dora here visiting his father, Mr. John Ad- Crosse. These with her aged husbandand acreage has already been put out. w. ALVAREZ
Starke .Fla.
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