Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 27, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02044
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Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; Six: Months, 75 Cents. Payable in Advance. E. S. Matthews, Editor and Proprietor.

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b Noel A. Mitchell, independent I How to feed the 4,200 patients *. I'I' t ti

V y candidate for governor, has an- (s> in the state hospital for the inr V

NOVEMBER 6TH :5> nounced that he intends to file COFFIN CHARGESHOWS WONBYCIVILIANHUNDREDS 4. sane at Milledgeville and keep
v mandamus proceedings against <> within the state's allowance was f

'$ every board of county commis- .. one of the big problems before i' i
4 sioners in the state that refuses b .. the trustees of -
that institution at 4
CRIMINAL DOCKET FOR THE <> to place his name on the ballot. THAT STATEMENTSIN OF PERSONS IN ... their meeting held recently.
(!J He has already taken steps in 3Q > !' The trustees found that the *
> that direction in two cases where <' !' grocery bill for the state hospital I' SAID TO BE THE ASSASSINSpecial

S> his nomination have s> I'!'
petitions for the insane is 75 per cent + -
Proceedings of Court and the County 4 been turned down on account of 0 Discussion of National Legislation and V. II. Spencer, of St. Louis, Outshot greater this year than a year ago
Boards Will Be Interesting and $ technicality of form. Volusia 3 Mention of President's Name Best Marksmen of the Nation. :, !' -principally due to the increased <$, Meeting of thr Cabinet :held +

4> and Monroe are the twd counties 'So ., cost of food products and partly Shortly After the Murder-Dead ;L }
Crowds Expected. Greeted by Hearty ApplauseThe Established New Record.
Large !
$ from which he has received no- 4> I+ due to an increase of patients. t' Official Was Very Prominent.

?' tice that he was refused a place ion i'' The trustees will begin to weed '?'

The fall term of the circuit court ,?, the ballot. JACKSONVILLE, Oct. 24.-A civilian out all patients not dangerous. '?. -V V r

for Bradford county will convene in <$> 4 court room at the county court W. H. Spencer, of the Mound City o ,; BERLIN, Oct. Sl.-By( Sayv;lle.) If1!i
house in Starke was filled to overflowing '
444444444 x444 '!' 44)4444444444.4DEMOCRATIC! -Count Karl '
Starke Monday, November 6th. The Rifle Club, St. Louis, Mo., is the new ; j Stu rgkfi, the Au can g
citizens from
Monday morning by
champion rifle shot of the United premier, was shot anp l killed today,
will probably be of the
civil all parts of the county, who had been
States. Spencer outshot 929 competi-. while at dinner, l.y the editorof; a F
same length as usual, but the criminal attracted to hear Hon. Frank Clark
MNTTDROWNWHEN% tors-a record number of entriesinthe Vienna newspaper, named Adler, says
docket will be rather voluminous. answer the charges made in a circular national individual match yesterday the Overseas News Agency. .
There will be no capital cases be- that is being distributed by Francis
fore the court at this session. The Coffin, prohibition nominee for congress on the giant Florida range, scoring -t .
274 out of a possible 300 points. !,i ELECTORS ARE
most interesting .case will be that of STEAMERSINKS from the second congressional besides the title of champion, Spencer I I Was Killed) In! who killed Vernon Sappat
Tom Pamell, district. VIENNA via Berlin to London
receives a gold medal and $80 in cash. : Oct
New River station'July 19th. Par- The Coffin circular charges that Mr. First Sergeant F. L. Manon, First Del- I I 21.-The Austrian Dernier! Count
exonerated by the coroner's Clark absented himself from LEGALLY NAMED
was ON ERIE congresson aware infantry, finished second with Stuergkh, who was assassinated ;whileat
but arrested on a charge of the pretense of having serious ill-
jury, dinner
today Adler!
271 points and gets a gold medal and by Ludwig a t
preferred by County ness in his family, when as matterof
manslaughter a
"- shot
publisher time The
$75 in cash. Third place went to Ser- was three
Judge Geo. A. Gardiner. Among oth- fact he came to Florida to defend : I
geant Raymond Lecuyer, U. S. Marine count was dining si a hotel when the ;
er cases of interest will be the following George W. Russell, who was charged NO DANGER OF THEIR BEING
CAPTAIN ONLY ONE OF THEVESSEL'S corps, who scored 270 points. He getsa publisher attacked, him. Three shots

: with a heinous crime. gold medal and $70. ,This match, were fired, all of which took effect, t .
Dell colored, assault with intent received of this cir- LOST TO THE PRESIDENTDeclares
Amos CREW SAVED Having a copy the first on the program of the Na- j the premier dying :ins nt1y. .
murder. cular from friend in this Mr.
to a tional Board for the promotion of rifle Prominent in Politics
John Little, white, grand larceny. Clark at once served notice on Mr. r
Crairman Count Karl the: Aus-
the Stuergkh
practice is, in point of interest, the Raney-Says was
Captain and Two Others Get
Sam Thomas, colored, breaking and Away on Coffin that he would address the peo- trian premier. His formed
most important of the tournament, andis ministry was -
entering. Raft-Other Ships Went Downon ple of Bradford county at Starke at Democrats of State Will Elect
also the most valuable in prizes, as November 3, 1911, and was ire- I
Delbert Chesser, white, shooting do- "Black Friday." 10 o'clock a. m. on Monday, October the first one hundred competitors making I' Entire Ticket. organized November 39, 1915.
mestic animals. 23rd, and demanded that Coffin be
the highest aggregate scores, are Count Stuergkh has been a prominent .
Sambo Griffis, white, aggravated as- -- present to make good his charges or in the money. In all, forty-five med- figure in Austrian. political affairs.

sault. CLEVELAND, 0., Oct. 22.-Twen- stand convicted as a deliberate falsi- als and cash are awarded. The first TAMPA, Oct. 23.-lIon. George P. for years. He was minister of public J

Forrest Shallar, white, culpable neg- ty-one members of the crew of the fier. fifteen get gold medals and cash, ranging Raney, chairman of the state demo- works in the cabinet formed ir- 1909, .

ligence. Shallar had run his automo- steamer James B. Colgate were drowned Young Mr. Coffin, accompanied by from $80 down to $10; the second cratic executive committee, reached at the retirement of \ihich; in October p ,

bile against a horse a man was driv- in Lake Erie Friday night, when the his father, was present at the meet- fifteen each gets a silver medal and home Sunday from Jacksonville, of 1911, he was askew to forma new

ing and broken the animal's legs. Colgate, bound from Buffalo to Fort :ng. $10; the third fifteen each a bronze where he has been working steadfastly ministry. I. '

Arch Kite, aggravated assault. William, Ontario, with coal went downin J. E. Futch, county member of the medal and $5 and the remaining fifty- getting the democrats throughoutthe Telegraphing fr.pm Vienna a few | ,

Elmer Hornsby, white, embezzle- a storm off Erie, Pa. The tragedy state democratic committee, presidedand five each. $5.CANNING. state lined up for the struggle be- days ago, a corresponlent of the Vos-

ment, two charges.C. became known only today, when Cap- in calling the meeting to order ing waged for the governorship be- sische Zeitung, of Berlin, said a min-

E. Gray, colored., resisting officer tain Walter Grashaw of Cleveland;, stated that it was Mr. Clark's meeting, DEMONSTRATION tween W. V. Knott, the democratic isterial crisis in Austria was coiiMder- i iy

when on duty. sole survivor, was picked up by a fer- but that he had consented to divide !nominee, and S. J. Catts, the prohibi .ed unavoidable. The Dispatch did, not ,
Ed. Rigdon, white, selling cotton un- Ohio after time with Mr. Coffin. It was stated _____ '
ry and taken to Conneaut, tion-independent nominee, principally, specify the reasons ard little information /5.
der lien. being afloat about thirty-four hours on that: Mr. Clark would open in an ad- All Sorts of Goodies on Exhibibitiorvat and he told a Tribune man last night i has reached this Country in regardto :'-.

Lawrence Moore colored, breaking a life raft.Captain. dress of fifteen minutes and would ,that he is entirely sanguine of the i the current Austrian!; political con- ij

t and entering. Grashaw, who had been then: yield the floor to Mr. Coffin for Court House Friday. outcome of the state election of November I ditions, although them have been sev- J wu'

Reuben Davis, colored,.breaking and master of the Colgate for only two 45 minutes, after which Mr. Clark -. (i 7th, believing that every nom- eral dispatches in regard to the political "|I jtl

entering. weeks, became unconscious soon after would reply. inee of the democratic party will win. strife in Hungary. The Austrian ,I

Five negroes, sent in by Justice being picked up but was able to tell When Mr. Clark had spoken about A canning club demonstration took He returns to Jacksonville today. Mr. parliament has been in session 4- '

Seals, of Hampton, had organized I part of the story of the disaster. Nine- 18 minutes he offered to yield the floor place at the court house in Starke on Raney gave out the following state- since before the:! 1 'It :VI:
themselves into a gang of burglars for I teen of the crew, he said, were drowned to Mr. Coffin, but the elder Coffin was : Friday and was presided over by Miss ment: ...

stealing goods from G. S. & F. cars when the big whaleback vessel instantly on his feet declaring that Harris, state demonstrator, while "The claim of the Catts organizationthat Motives i'nknown.
while running between Hampton and foundered, and two others, Second En- they were not there for any joint debate Mrs. Waldrup, the county demonstrator the names of Judge M. H. Mabry, '' L

Sampson City. The trial of these men gineer Harry Ossman of Cleveland, and insisting that Mr. Clark make had charge of the details. An Hon. W. H. Price and Hon. Frank LONDON, Oct.Nothing'is; yet L

is expected to consume much time. and an unnamed coal passer, were his speech and that he and his son audience og many farmers, their wives Harris, democratic candidates for pres- known in Vienna at." j the motrfor t'
Avery Hankinson, colored, assault would then address the crowd. Mr. the assassination o Premier Stijergkh .,4
washed from the life raft, after expos- and daughters, greeted the demon- idential electors on the WilsonMarshall -
with attempt to murder. ure and exhaustion rendered them Clark demanded to know if they were strators.On ticket, are not entitled to be plac- according to a Cell'$r: l News d: patch j (

Lawrence Green, colored, attemptedrape. helpless. there to make good their charges. Cof- long tables were placed exhibitsof ed on the ballot in the general elec- from Amsterdam. Emperor 1'iancisJoseph I J
Green acted improperly in Han- fin said that they were there for that was inforr {immediately; .ly of l'jthe
The Colgate went down the nightof the Starke Canning Club, intendedfor tion by virtue of their endoresementby +
Tdnson's home a night some time ago, what has become known in marine purpose. Mr. Clark then demanded the county fair in Lake Butler. the state democratic executive committee death of the i &'I;>ier and v.3s affected '

and while trying to eject him Hankin- circles as "Black Friday." Six men that they proceed in order that hE' ,' They consisted of cans, jars and glasses and on the petitions filed with deeply. Ap;-cial meeting of :.i'

IOn shot him twice in the leg. The were lost when the steamer Filer sankin might have an opportunity to reply of preserves and jellies to the num- the boards of county commissioners in the Austrian cabin" was: held ..during i" 1io.

episode took place a short distance Lake Erie Friday, and on the same to what they had to say, but Coffin re- ber of about 125, all nicely put up and each county of the state is, of course, the afternoon. itf;

south of Starke. day the steamer Marshal F. Butters fused flatly to comply with the rulesof placed in an attractive manner. Sam- .absolutely untrue; as a matter of fact Special editions iwye issued in Vienna t. j

Two white men will also come before foundered, but its crew of thirteen the debate as announced by the ples of some of the products had been :the names of these gentlemen, together and Budapest tie dspatdl.adds. J
the with wife de- chairman of the meeting. On this refusal announcing the mirder "as tremendous C,
court charged were saved. opened for visitors to taste, and they \ with the names of Messrs. Carabalilo V .
sertion. Less than an hour after the Filer Mr. Clark stated that he would were excellent. i Clarkson and Butler, have already and FensatiotL'May ..;

Beside those who will have to attend sank, the Colgate, by far the largest proceed with his speech and that he Rev. L. W. Kickliter, chairman of been ordered placed on the official bal- -.- i

the court in the capacity of jurors and of the three lost vessels, went down. would try to make it warm enough to the school board, was present at the I,lot as democratic candidates for pres- Affect I? nth of Wal. i Ii'j

witnesses, many will come to attend There was no wireless on the boat and satisfy the Coffins. And it was warm. forenoon session. While ''after din- idential electors by every board of ROME, Oct. 21.the assassinationof '

the sessions of the county boards and nothing was learned of the tragedy un- He played rough with the Coffins, but ner" speakers are not uncommon,, Mr.J I county commissioners in the state of the Austrian purnjer, Count5tuer--

others as spectators. Starke will be til Captain Grashaw was rescued, half excused himself for the rough play by Kickliter, in a happy little talk, de- Florida. gkh, caused a di "p'mpressio here, ,
crowded with people during court showing that they started the trou- monstrated that he I .. ... S'.uertrkh the
Count headof
dead from his long fight for life. was a "before din I "If it were true that the petitions i although was
week, and our merchants, anticipatingthis ble. ner" speaker as well. His principal referred to in the paid advertisements' the governing which is :jftaly's

have their stores well stocked Starke and section andit Replying to the Coffin circular Mr theme was the woman's work, espec- of the Catts organization which appeared bitterest enemy. Thehewspapefg com-
surrounding -
with goods at low prices. There is but is doubtful if industry Clark exhibited the Congressional Rec- ially in regard to preparing wholesomeand in the Tribune recently 'were ment on the tragedy a signof! the
little to do the farms this time of our strawberry ord for'three successive days. In the
on could have reached its gigantic appetizing foods, and the necessityfor not worth the paper that they are disintegration of Austria, r resulting.
the year, and the farmers can well af- proportions except for the ice it fur- issue for the first day through an er- knowing how to do this. But he written on,' then and in that event the from the war.

; ford to take a day or two off, go to nished when it wanted and at ror it was shown that he was excusedon also remarked that it was the duty of national democratic ticket would cer- At the Vatican, where Pope Benedict i

I Starke, see what is going on, meet old reasonable price.was The cold storage a account ef illness. In the issue of the head of the family to provide the tainly lose three electoral voters from I and the papal sectary of stajv., Car-

.friends, buy goods and pay debts. And facilities also valuable and the second day it was shown that his raw material for the dishes, and that this state. dinal Gasprri, received telegraphic ad-
all are welcome. well patronized. very colleague, Congressman Sears of the many a good and willing cook was ata Says Catts "Organ" Attacks Trammell"It vices, the news c -sp.3 a profound feeling -

fourth district, undertook to have a disadvantage on account of having as it is thought that the tragedy
While the loss from the fire is part- will be observed that this ques-
correction made, but that the house nothing to prepare dainties from. Mr. might have an important beating. on
covered insurance the Wall the WilsonMarshall
tion raised
ly by against -
adjourned before he succeeded the Kickliter's masterly of describingthe the continuation 'A t tie war.
way .
brothers have not yet decided whetherto been that electors in this state is identicalas ;
point of order having made of .
importance food
good f
our J
rebuild or not, as such work will be that raised by the republican or- t
.: there was not a quorum present. In in life forth much of devil ,
drew wiles the
progress as potter's clay tilth. i
expensive. It is to be hoped that ganization through one of its chief
c PARTLY BURNEDFire very the issue of the third day it was :shown mirth from the audience. ,' and furtht-, that 'Governor t
ice L. Anderson. Evi-
they will resume making soon, as spokesmen, Herbert
that Mr. Sears had the correction not-b4
Miss Harris the
next Trammell but
speaker, cor- may a figurehead
the section have depend of action be-
town and come to dently a great harmony
made and that Mr. Clark was excusedon roborated what Mr. Kickliter had said he is merely kjlliff of the invisible
on it too much to be able to wend tween the republicans and the Catts
account of business. The business and further the throne of diabol;raj 1 etc.
without their product. pursued same subject, organization in their attack upon the a despotism, ,.
that brought Mr. Clark to Floridawas after which she touched the sani- has of
on etc., certainly jjtened eyes V
Early Tuesday Night De- democratic national ticket in this
Deliver an address at a banquet tation of the homes, which also be- many democrats tt.nJlrhout this state '
COTTON MARKET STILL STRONG.The state. However, this does not surpriseme )
stroys Greater Part of Local given by the Chamber of Commerce at longed to the woman's sphere.In at all, for the gubernatorial candi- who have heretofore! been fooled; by
Ocala. He said that he went Ocala
to the afternoon Miss Harris and date of the independentprohibitionparty Mr. Catts' unfourdcl claims to the 4j
Ice and Storage Plant. cotton market shows no signsof and delivered the address as he had democratic nomination and by his It ,
Messrs. F. G. Schell, J. C. Poppell, E. has on many occasions violently pro-
weakening it is likely that our been requested by citizens of Ocala ti
testations of loyalty to the democratic
S. Matthews and L. W. Kickliter each assailed the democratic
and unjustly -
farmers will be able to sell every to do; that he was in Jacksonville on
:\t>out 10:30 p. m. Tuesday, the fire made a short talk on the importanceof candidate for president. When taken f
"nrd they have at the fine prices his way back to Washington when Democrat Support Well Organized '
alarm the women knowing how to in connection with the
soinded for a "o"flajaretion .it hat bi'e been prevailing for the past Russell, who was on trial charged witha prepare recent at- feceived Jack- 1
"Reports already st
the ice plant. The firemen reached dainties and the fine progress already tack of the Jacksonville Free Press, l .
several weeks.: The Telegraph violation of the :Mann: white slave '
reporter ce
somille to leaving there
the made in this line in the county, thanksto the official Catts Governor prior my on
place at their: usual rapid steed, organ, upon -
sale Wednesday of 5,000 law him and asked him to
one called
saw on
Saturday night last indicated that' the
the zealous and efficient
. but work of Trammell, the democratic candi- ;
were unable to save more than T'nnrrlo: *' I1* cents per pound. It is address the jury in his behalf. He told democrats had
a'i I. :Mrs.: T. E. Waldrup, well thoroughly ,
portion of the building. as as prais- date for the United States senate, it
The doubtful if first:dass cotton will go Russell that he could not comply with ing the display before them. shows that the more than two-thirds, of the counties : I
fire conclusively
seemed have started Catts organization -
to n
below this and there is chance the he had his tickets
some request as in the state, and Reports f rail: oth- i
the :Mrs.: Waldrup then asked each is in fact
upper portion of the high main i as actively opposed -
that it vi'l advance. and reservation
bought sleeping
funding and the mass of heavy timi car young lady who had a part in the dis- to the election not only of :Mr.: er counties, save tvfo or three very )
The whole country is enjoying this made for the train that left Jacksonville -
small ones, advised that orgasirationwas
i berg there play to tell of her process of makingthe Knott, but of Governor Trammell, lIon
was burning fiercely when. '
fine democratic prosperity. Mr. Ted early the next morning. Russell
being rapidly perfected all for
. the Frank Clark R. F. ;
firemen preserves. Judge Pres-
arrived, and the multitude Taylor,
Halligan, cashier of tb Bank of then protested his innocence of the the
the of supporting Straight
i of ident Wilson and in fact the entire purpose
piping prevented the streams from The occasion was a happy one and
Starke, received a letter Thursday charge and reminded him of his longstanding democratic ticket; wile the counties :
the hose democratic ticket. It shows further
from reaching the fire efi similar gatherings for the promotionof
from a friend in Kentucky, who said friendship for him and his report a steady drift'to; Mr. Knott and
fectively. when taken in Mr.Catts' .
the science connection with
The upper structure was that short cotton at 18, culinary will be more
was selling support of him in every campaign that the democrats are thoroughly \
wholly consumed by the flames, so and hogs at 9 cents that he in frequent as the time advances. Mrs. statement on the stump and the
cents per pound : had ever been appealing to aroused to the fact ,that the fght is
i Was also the western portion of the Waldrup has saved us from hog and filing of his independent petitions
per pound on the hoof and that the him not to desert him in his hour of being waged by our; enemies on the
building, which diet. prior to the time that the gubernatorial -
held hominy
th cold storage farmers had never seen such prosperous trouble. as a steady entire democratic ticket." .-: Tampa
rooms. The contest decided that Catts and
office and the engine room was ,
times. "When he placed the matter on this Tribune.
Were partly consumed, but the portion of these brethren basis his aggregation never had any intention -
And yet some pious said Mr. Clark, "I told him
holding CHRISTIAN CHURCH SERVICES.Rev. of the result of the I
" the abiding by
freezing tanks
was the inside of
who never see a I that I had never yet turned the back EPISCOPAL [CHURCH.
; much damaged and the. engines almost church want us to vote against Wilson I of my hand to a friend in a time of primary unless the same was favor- I

s unhurt '' 'V.! : : because Tumulty is a Catholic, and I trouble and that God being my helper John Mullady, of Hampton, has able to them. ,

;'"1 Four or five years tigo'theiceacCory : want us to tear up our democratic I would not turn it to him." Mr. Clark held daily services at the Christian "The recent attack on Governor M. M. Fryer, miniiCer. I i

burned to the ground:but was TC- party in Florida because old man Cattsis I referred briefly to the trial, saying. Trammell by the Catts organ in which Morning prayer,arid address, 11. :
(t built at much expense by Messrs. W. making faces at the Catholic church.. that the young women involved in 't.. church during the week and they the democratic candidate for United Sunday schgo1,10'a.'m.Wednesday ( '.

i E. and A. E. Wall, the oWnerS? The Scat! We haven't got time to commi1political .1 I been well attended.! The services will States senator is referred to as 'pup- evening litany, ?. '

f faeto? hat been or great benefit to suicide just at this writing. (Continued on Page 10.) be continued until further notice. pet of despotism and perfidity, pliant Thursday morning:,;:communion, 8. '.

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x-71 fnn FicriiL ::. ray ir* iirrtrClds (,f JUt AB-Wiritr CcrrL Now Well September 23rd.

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Collars i r &, from Little 5iz Gro.- :f L-r. Stlit .:.t 71.! =ctY.. "! Bit-Drs

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: 2 have the proper style re: CCiE. r.L,,::: :'fL' ? '::Z' C' y r=::? L::: T-ft. 2i rtrts.PEOni: .: I .., 60: I cocii DOC wart .
for the occasion. : : { : : J: !"o:. 'i for
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LEARNING THE BOP .s 1. c-w: ::;* !::-T-. :-ttT.. :'.*
T. fill your needs immediately. i. 'i I S :'.::; I. to buy. WE ARE OUT FOR BUSINESS.Come .
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c t pearance. us g I I"* AsSafety F: =." if iis r=J--j;I j A j-Iai* to sleep P d to :-= f*-iAr -

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$ best 'OU."e have r.: clay jit" ?'.-=.*- d' ttir* .o_Js cfLa :.!:..-o: ve eeSde liTer t2zdnrt
t i f # bo=.*:. He LIE provided: Lis Fcrd : cot r.*: rlitrfcrtrtj aj #
the popular brands at %: _....-.. a cox .-.......--."... 'e: tat ELLe, aDdJE (t-o.o.C ,. reg g Irr ( s

r' rE t g standard prices. C* 1 if IT =i!::'Pg tit f i-jpe* ties rf be trer, stogy: 11III FLORIDA

ti-tQ..d: Jrrtr !ort: er>trifT Irak*, j i j i I woixkr if: be= fLr l::? pars; bores far ortf 70 jc2rs. Get ,

r:;ii iito a clay Laik ti* car -sriH !!! IT tii rrelre tf s is EIte rays.TYtTe a b2y. Isiist OB theErTnIhThe4rd's. 5s
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aid there is E-70
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News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. FIVE NEGROESKIllED

j" Live State News] IN WRECK TANLAC WEEK '

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Told by Our Exchanges. Log Train of DowlingShandsLumber } .r

H Florida Normal and I ST. PETERSBURG JRCBERThe Co. Jumps Track THIS IS TANLAC WEEK-And over Eight Thousand Tanla<* Stores t
; se i
I Institute at this city, hay has passed the 114th mile stone, Mr Close to Trestle.
I )uJiness Will Join in Celebrating The Second Anniversity of Its Wonderful l "
te1y, been incorporated by eight othe Elias Bickley, of Cherryville, Pa., wili

leading businessmen of this city journey this winter to this sister to I GREEN COVE.-Five negroes were Sale-Fame of Celebrated Medicine Spreads over Whole Nation Like
visit her grand daughter, Mrs. Floi killed and a score injured Saturday

lILTON.-Tick eradication in this ence Vick, of Second Avenue, fort_ morning at 5 o'clock when a logging Great Tidal Wave and is Now Sold From Coast to ;
is going rapidly forward. Drsj At least so has she planned, and Mn, train of the Dowling-Shands Lumber f
county and H. F. Kern intend tan Vick, who recently returned from a, Company derailed at a trestle about
v. KnaPP visit with her declares that she six miles west of Green Cove Springs.
ri-to educational meetings campaign will be held atonce. young enough and active enough looks to I Seven cars and the engine fell from This is Tanlac week and over Eight Thousand of the leading dealers of the country 1 ,

public the county. make the trip if she wishes to do stTALLAHASSEE. the trestle about 3 feet.-The cars were who are agents for Tanlac will join in celebrating the second anniversary of the greatest ;.
throughout practically all demolished and the en- "'
-- selling medicine of all time.
gine damaged. Charlie Myers, the ;

TAMPA-Explosion of a boiler oi of agriculture estimates.-The department engineer, escaped without injury. Everybody has heard of Tanlac and the wonders it has accomplished. Everybody has

the tanker James M. Gucey of the Gulf Florida's cotton The logging train left the company'sstation also heard of how hundreds thousands of and have restored
Company caused the deathof crop this year at 48 per cent of a near Green Cove Springs early suffering men women been _

jefining one man, a negro, and severe scald normal, compared with 62 per cent Saturday morning with seven cars and to health and happiness by its use. ; ; ;
ing of another. The cooked man who the was 70 per year cent., and This a ten was years a average falling off of about fifty woodsmen, mostly all col- From coast to coast and from the Gulf to the Great Lakes Tanlac is known and holy f ;
literally by escaping ored. The woodsmen were riding on
killed was steam.SgBRING.The. of 10 per cent during September. Th a flat car, the first from the engine. ored. Millions have taken it and have pronounced it the greatest medicine that has ev'been *r

Florida 86 yield per acre is estimated at The other cars were the usual log given to the people. No matter where you go Tanlac is a household worn and it is t r '
pounds, lint, compared with 120: '
extension of the pounds last year and ten year average with cars, long consisting couplings.of trucks connected now unquestionably the most widely talked of medicine in the world today. : }

Atlantic Coast''Immokalee Line,railway a distance from of this 85 of 123. The Florida acreage this According to officials of the lumber Although placed on the market a little less than two years ago over Seven ana a

miles point,to has already begun and about than year last is 207,000 year or 5 per cent more company dinary speed, the,train having was left running the stationon at or- Quarter Million bottles have been sold, and its record as a seller has probably never bean l

twenty-five miles of the road bed hasten in the of this .
and five miles of rails time. The trip was made every equalled history country. ;,

laid south graded of Sebring. NEW SMYRNA.-Although the water morning and numerous trips over the In six Southern states alone, Tennessee, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and
mains in the city have been laid lines were made daily with log cars.
Arkansas Tanlac is now selling at the phenomenal rate of over a million bottles
for several months, reservoir completed No accidents had ever occurred, and per year t
DANIA.-This place intends to dou and a tank erected, the city is still as the track was in constant use it and the demand is constantly increasing. Through the Atlanta office over eighty carloads: '

ble her crop of potatoes this fall. The without water for domestic purposes was kept in good condition. Approaching have been sold and distributed since last October.
other big crops will be principally tomatoes The well drilled to a depth of 1,20'' Peters creek, about six miles
beans and peppers. The feet-proved a failure, and after a number from the city, the road crosses a low Tanlac dealers in practically all the larger cities of the South are now buying it in o'arload

marsh lands between the Dixie High of experiments excellent water stretch of ground, and at the point lots, and right here in your home town, ;
Atlantic all being where the accident occurred the rails
way and the are was found three miles west of the city;
cleared up and will be planted to crops; and at this place twenty acres of lam are not more than three feet from the

this fall was purchased on which to locate the< ground, it is said. Whether a loose c. P. c A s o N :H
well. /The distance from which tb rail caused the accident, or whether ,
it was from some other cause, has not:
DeLAND.-According to the News water will have to be piped into the
will take a prominent part city will require a much greater out been determined. The flat car on ;
the in the negroes coming election. Within a few lay of money than was at first antic) which the negroes were riding was the Has Sold and Delivered Since Feb. 25th, 1916. tit
first to jump the track, pulling the
registered in the pated. ; .
216 negroes I
days engine with it. The six cars follow-
DeLand precinct and they are regis -- J ; .
ing piled up on the negroes, killing
and the 701 BOTTLES
tering all over the county PALATKA.-P. M. Hagan, deput; five outright and injuring a score
News contends will vote according to collector of internal revenue, has tendered more. Medical aid was summoned immediately ,
the dictates of one man. his resignation which has been from Green Cove and an- tJ

accepted by H. H. Lewis, rollector of: other train was run to the scene of J
TAMPA.-Sam Gutierrez, of this internal revenue, the resignation effective the accident, bringing the dead to the If you want to know more about Tanlac just ask sections of the earth-the Alps, Pyrenees, Russian: -

city, while riding a motorcycle Tues October 15th. Mr. Hagan in little town, where undertakers took this well known firm. They will tell you it has not Asia, Jamaica, Europe, Brazil, West Indies, Mountain
day, struck an automobile and was quitting this service, leaves with the< charge of the bodies. The injured only proven the greatest seller but that it has given States near the Rocky Mountains, Asia! Minor, Persia ,

thrown through an iron //lamp post,, highest recommendation, inasmuch as: were removed to their homes at .the the best satisfaction of any medicine they have ever India, Mexico, Columbia and Peru, contribute the
it/ off as though it were a he is considered one of the most efficient lumber company's settlement.
clipping sold and that they are today selling more Tanlac principal properties of the preparation. _i
deputies in the service. Being I"
match and passing through the postslid than any other six medicines put together. They Tanlac aids the natural digestive process
for feet. Both legs were the nominee for the office of sheriff of:
thirty will also tell of scores of people right in through its prompt though gently corrective action ; .
broken and he was otherwise severely Putnam county, he remained in the< Strauss, who is an influential busi- you your ;
inj 1red. service as long as possible, but find; ness man, has disappeared, and sev- own community who have been benefitted by its use. bodily nourishment is derived through the proper assimilation -

that: he will have to return to this city; eral posses, headed by officers, are Ask your neighbors about it and they will tell you of wholesome food. If you' are weak, rundown '' i
to look after his interests. hard on his trail. At last accounts he the same thing. '
J.UAMI-The Biscayne Construction had been trailed to Potter's swamp, and debilitated and need a good tonic and system 1
of roots barks and
this Tanlac is composed entirely ,
Company leased the prisoners of near Jupiter, and capture was expected purifier try Tanlac, and you wilhadd your testimonial :- 1 b
county for two months, and for the MIAMI.-The body of Edward Kin herbs and contains no minerals or harmful drugs as
prisoners and some mules and road sey was found on the Miami cana Strauss'at any connection time. Reports with the concerning crime are do many other medicines. The ingredients, or medicinal to the thousands of others who have been restored ,
the bank Tuesday afternoon. There wen which make Tanlac from remote to health i
building equipment was to pay conflicting, but enough evidence was elements come by its use.
for four bullet wounds in the body and it
After them
county $800.
to the coroner's
the two months the Biscayne Company was Kinsey evident was that seen before in Hbrdieville the shooting bj; presented bringing in justify the verdict. Carter juryin has Tanlac is Sold in Starke Exclusively by C. P. Cason h
the owes the company
figures county
been a resident of this city for about .
several people. Nothing more wa:
2000.. two and r t.
years was very popular.
until his lifeless
seen of him body; STREET PREACHERS IN
was discovered on the canal bank -

HASTINGS.-The serious shortageof Marion Ogle, Jack Arnold, Joe Schacl JACKSONVILLE.-Having obtained MIDST.
the potato crop in some sections of and Frieda Manuel have been arrested
States this and the a 101 per cent calf crop from sixty
the United season
in others and placed in jail. Kinsey had beer Holstein cows anti heifers on his farmin The first one of the season
almost total loss Florida of a crop planteran active in assisting the police in raiding tick-free Dade county this year, J. on the streets of Jasper last

gives advantage to the in conditions potato which will blind tigers, and had made many; H. Bright is very optimistic about the The approach of cool weather ; :
enemies. future of that district as a cattle- him this way and he will make
bring good prices. Hastings growersare
rounds of the state without work,
breeding country. passed through
planting all available acres to po-
tatoes this MILTON.-While not strictly in the this city this week with another car- people will contribute to his needs
season.ORLANDO.The show business, Sheriff Harvell may be load of cows he had purchased in their; own hurt, and when warm
said to have secured a good sized menagerie Kentucky to augment his herd. Com- time; arrives he will depart for
Orange County Sunday when he landed nineteen menting upon the live stock develop- fields to spit forth his poisonous

Strawberry Growers' Association, : blind tigers in the county jail ment of the tick-free portion of the to a misguided people.No .
through the Orlando board of trade, These dispensers of thirst quenchers state, while in conversation with Dr. one knows where he came ;

has launched a campaign to teach the were of all shades, from the light mulatto E. M. Nighbert, inspector in charge,, no one knows whether he is an i '
farmers of that section that more ber- to the shiny black, and were nol Bureau of Animal Industry, and a representative ed convict br lunatic, the people
ries mean more money. It is expectedthat confined to the masculine gender; of the Times-Union, he nothing of his past life or his

the movement will result in more alone, both sexes being representedt said: "I would not be taking these nections, whether he is a sheep t+y. r
strawberries being grown this season ; appears that Mr. Harvell has had fine registered cows down to the farmif goat, tadpole or hyena, yet, they 1
than during any previous season. his eyes on a number of these offenders there were ticks on it. We never listen to him and contribute to y.

but not until now had sufficient have had any ticks on the farm, as support and this keep him from i 1 .
PALM BEACH.-R. J. Bolles. one evidence that he felt confident of con we got it protected from tick infesta- ing a dollar by honest toil.
of the pioneer investors in the Ever- viction. tion as soon as the water was drainedoff These preachers who travel i j j.r.

glades, and one of the largest owners by the canal, but I have had an our state every year care nothing
,has secured the services of an experienced awful time getting cattle through the your welfare, as a rule they are w
grower of lettuce and celery TALLAHASSEE. the annual state without having them unloaded in ant of the teachings of the li
of the State Road Department Book, they talk upon subjects
to coach the farmers in the Everglades meeting tick-infested yards.
in the culture of these money of Florida held in this city on they: think are popular only to ,
Hon. Ed. Scott, of Arcadia from the pockets of our people
crops. This man is at the service of Wednesday,
every man in the 'Glades and without representing the First Congressional 1'.1' $$ hey may escape work.
cost to them. district, was re-elected chairman )::: .. jvjH'JiUVMpM........ The present unrest of our people .
I and Hon. Jefferson D. Smith, of JS'"1F. l': :th .....7..1.11'.' ':S traceable direct to the band of j
the Third g.i' .. \ crites that yearly infest our fair
TAMPA.-Governor Park Trammell Marianna, representing reelectedsecretary (I They are a greater curse than
Congressional district, was You don't have to be
suspended John Branch, tax collectorof The full loll weevil. They becloud the
HiHsboro county on a complaintthat membership of of the department.department was in a College professor, f| and sow seeds of discord. (2)t.J

Branch was short in his accounts. attendance, the other members being or even an expert jgg They are worse enemies to our
The state auditor is now diligently Live Oak, Second : than the citrus canker. A diseased ,
Capt. W. J. Hillman, of rR farmer to get paying p
working on the books of the county to district Hon. M. M. ; is cut down and cast into the fire. r
Congressional ;
discover the amount,of the alleged crops with diseased human mind, warped by \
Orlando Fourth Congressitmal -
Smith of ,
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shortage, said to be about 80000. district and Hon. F. 0. Miller,, udice and superstition transplants
The county is secured by a $30,000 ; doctrine into other minds and it is
bond. Df Jacksonville, state at large. .drsnotrFertilizers possible of eradication.We .

legislate to stamp out the :!: I
CITY, Local dealers report
PLANT canker, we employ agents at
MARCO.-The large clam factory of that demands for cabbage seed expense to fight the boll weevil,
E. F. Burnham and Company at Cax- ire greater |now than any previous work to eradicate the cattle tick, .

ambas was completely destroyed by eason, and this, with the present indications Mj Our48specialbrands || we believe it the duty of our I .
fire Saturday morning. The entire of a favorable market, wille ture to impose a license on the '
building and contents, valued at $20- > the means of increasing the acreage tej are designed to getbiggestpossiblepro m preachers and make it high

000, partially covered by insurance, to a considerable extent. Little $ j! that our people will be protected.asper

were destroyed. This fire has thrownout ertilizer for cabbage has been sold, B| fit in the hands of :Sj News.Sloan's .
of employment about 100 people he sales so far being for use in the '':" ',
who little > average Florida |r .
were dependent upon the industry seed-bed preparation. However, a Liniment for Neuralgia Ach :
for their livelihood. later, when setting of plants begins ii.: growers under averK

he fertilizer men anticipate a fine age Florida condi- &j I The dull throb of neuralgia is
msiness. The soil here is very fertile
GAINESVILLE.-tifonday morning I but to vegetables in competition .._? tions. Among our Wg ; ly relieved by Sloan's Liniment,

about. 6:30 o'clock, Frank R. Sadler with those grow sections which have to use | formulas are some gi il. I universal remedy for pain. Easy

Was found by the pump in his yard soil enrichers, the Plant City producers 3! that fit YOUR needs p apply; it quickly penetrates
northeast of the city, lying in a poolof lnd it advantageous to employ such :: rubbing and soothes the sore

blood and clutching a short barrel brands as are recommended to rush | Booklet is free. ;H 1 Cleaner and more promptly '

32 calibre rifle. The discovery was he plants to maturity. Ik Armour Fertilizer |1 than mussy plasters or ointments

made by his oldest son, and help was *!$ WorksJacksonville .. 1 does[ not stain the skin or clog
at once summoned. It was found that : For stiff muscles, chronic
\, pores.> !
bullet had in the right side of PALM BEACH.-Jack Carter, chief
gone Fla.
; i matism, gout, lumbago, sprains
his head and lodged in the left side, mechanic for the Automobile Service .. '" .
tom whence it was extracted by phyJjeians Company' of this city, was found dead 'If :t!' strains it gives quick relief.
the ball having gone straight' with a gunshot wound in his left '. ltt" mf ): Liniment reduces the pain and

Hugh the brain. The wounded man breast by a policeman Wednesday. A W ..lJriJ" mation in insect bites, bruises,

I never regained consciousness, and at coroner's jury returned a verdict at and other minor injuries to

I } = Ptt.. he passed away, although everything Thursday noon, accusing Andrew H. Read the Bradford County Tele- Get a bottle today at your
I \ was done that medical skill Strauss, proprietor of a cleaning and
I could devise. dyeing establishment of the crime. graph-the home paper. 25 cents. I

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l' .: W. V. Knott, the democratic candidate A large number of Bradford county fairs are not discussed-it is supposed ally the republicans, with the most: hat elected if Catts by the had democrat been !*: people and

; Bradford County Telegraj for governor, will carry at least people were influenced to vote for Mr. that he knows best what course he votes, will dominate the Catts fusion will iominee he would have owed declared the
the should And this is, no doubt, party, and naturally negro hit 1 po.
counties in the state and will be Catts in the June primary by crusade pursue.
I forty This ,ition to mistake and not to
its the
of not less against the Catholic church. This one of the reasons why one who lea\'es cut a wide swath in 1ri11
elected majority
# Published Weekly and entered usee. by a for of line-up will bring us back if the people.-Times Union. .
than ten thousand votes. Let's see crusade was led by Mr. Catts and by Starke after having lived here sort a '

ond class matter at the poetofficeStarke at that old Bradford is in the democra one Billie Parker. Mr. Catts is a minister some time, almost invariably returns. to where we started from in 1876, and

Florida. column. From our earliest history we in one of our protestant churches Jut there are many communities where it is almost certain to come to this If he if EDGAR 'YES

1 democratic and has been for Did a person needs only to sneeze to ha\'e Mr. Catts is elected governor.
have been one of the rock-ribbed : many years. Optician Af.JACKSONVILLEFU. -
I I. house should be elected, does anyone suppose:
allow of ever hear of Mr. Catts his actions discussed in every
counties. Let's not a any you .
MATTHEWS, Editor and Ownt"ri : satisfiedNot !
E. S. cold? that his ambition would be
to lead us from leading a crusade against the Catholic and every street. Has got a
I H. E. LAGERGREN, Associate Editor few foreign agitators fathers. church before he wanted us to elect How did he catch it? Does he take at all. He would want to continue Broken Lerxaea Duplicated

, i the house of our. him to the governorship? o.0- anything for it? Bet he is too stingy to dominate and control our political San* Day u Relieved
atfeil I .....
asked for Speci&liu Orders-M'e P
affairs. When he again
'' DEMOCRATIC TICKET valued contemporaries: body ever heard of any such thing. to go to a doctor. If he didn't stay e 10 w. toRSYT" err.y'
: I Some of our tithe Until this election year did anyoneer the impression -
J I are laboring under he wouldn't catch the democratic party. Then would -
be know of Billie Parker rushing down no doubt) : a
candidates must
National State and County. names of ballot here from Pennsylvania to save uS cold, etc. If his suspenders break and come his movement for a new part
; printed on the general order. There is no from the Catholics? Not at all. Billie i he buys a new pair it starts the and a combination with all the elements I

; r in alphabetical election never came near us until he scented 'tongues wagging. Why did he buy anew now opposed to the democrat

I President- such provision in the general commissioners a mess of political pottage. Is it pair? Couldn't he fix his old party. Of course, he could not carryall
of -
.. Woodrow Wilson. law. The boards county with arrangi not plain, friends, that the whole< "galluses" with a string? Men as of his present following disaffected : -
are charged he have been known to wear democrats with him, but he
; and placed on good as
movement was planned
: Vice President- and the only direction the I
ballot disaffected
the of
number : -
He 50 cents would a large
paid carry
foot for alone? only one
political purposes i
Thos. R. Marshall. is that all candidates
them who
I \ law gives I for them when a 25 cents pair would democrats and all of those
Presidential ;ElectorsJ. for a given office shall be grouped to- in affairs but
Mr. Catts the independent candi- have served just as well-no wonder now take part our party
of these ,
T. Butler. gether. The arrangement he is If he paid cash for the who are not at heart democrats. Thes
left entirely to their disci 3at for governor, was on a speechmaking ,. poor.
is .
M. whit
names in the lower East Coast suspenders the wonder is where he combined with the republicans,
for tour
P. Clarkson. tion. The primary law provides section last week. At Ft. Pierce and got the money-sold something that and black, would come pretty near to

t F. E. Harris. the alphabetical arrangement. it West Palm Beach he promised to he had stolen, very likely. If he bought controlling our elections. .

I. I M. H. Mabry. drain the Everglades if he is elected. them on credit, then he will be sure If you think this view of ours is farfetched -
W: H. Price.U. If wish days to be many: the right her
I you your ;It to that we heard this to never pay, and so forth. If he consider signs
occurs us
I. i S. Senator- in the land, and peaceable, start a promise made twelve years ago by a goes away on a trip his family are at home: Jap Allen, a life-long, deep I i

: Park Trammell.For newspaper and get every body to subscribe andidate for governor. The resourc besieged with questions about ,,-here dyed republican, 'making speeches to

I Congressman, 2nd Congressior 1 for it. This is whenever a peace insurance subscriber hat: wIre to be used to do this job of he has gone and it is darkly hinted Catts Clubs; Catts leaders all over the

policy. Then a Irainage have been practically exhausted that he will never return. county swearing that they will not

; DistrictFrank Clark. thinks he ought to develop a and some of the advocateshe of Tattling would not be so reprehensible vote for Frank Clark or Judge Taylor -

grudge against you, instead of cussing if the busybodies did not in- and some of them going so far as
to bond
project are now asking us
GovernorWm.. V. Knott. you out or doing you bodily This harm, 1 he he state for money to carry the work variably ascribe sinister motives forerson's a to declare that they will not vote for 'Goodies!"

Secretary of StateH. simply stops his paper. process m. The Telegraph predicted several every action. Even actions< the democratic presidential electors;
will not hurt you any worse than a stigmatized Lake Butler Times avowed Catt
Crawford. this. prompted by pure kindness are the ,
Clay the )'ears ago that it would come to :
flea-bite hurts an elephant, but Fran!
as the fruits of hypocrisyis or supporter, openly opposing
:Jr. Catts is promising the East Coast
" ; Comptroller- that but'
know ,
subscriber does not having a "string tied" to them. Clark democratic nominee for congress -
that he will drain
Amos. people unequivocably
; Ernest thinks that he has taken a terrible revenge whose nominatioi f'd
he Everglades if he is elected. The; Communities where busybodies prevail and
I Treasurer- and hurt you beyond a "com standstill retrogressing there contest the Raifor* r
for him to raise enough are either at a or was no ;
i" J. C. Luning.Superintendent back." money to do the work would be tobond -, both in a material anc a Tribune, devoted Catts organ, showing -

: Public Instruction- the entire state. Better watch spiritual sense, for few men have 1 the decided leaning against Frank]

i ; W. N. Sheats. A good many of the young men and )our cork, Bradford county democrat emerity to suggest or start anything Clark, democratic nominee for con '.

., i Justice Supreme Court- some; of the new comers to Florid, We have enough to do to pay for our of benefit to themselves or the community gress, and neutral on other part
Jefferson B. Browne. vho are supporting Catts are doing so when they know beforeha nominees.

; g I R. F. Taylor. just for the novelty of the thing. ]It wn drainage. hat their actions will be misjudged or What of these things; what do they;

I Railroad Commissioner- won't be so very nice and novel if yo LET US LIVE AT HOME. ondemned by evil tongues. First one mean? If they do not mean that the

I I' Royal C. Dunn. should wake up after a while and find of those who have a backbone will 1 become coalition of all the forces opposed to

hat you have turned your state o\'er before the disgusted and move away, then the straight democratic party of the -
little talk
SenatorA. In
For State a
'. D. Andrews. to Joe Lee republicanism. For the information itarke Canning Club Friday, Rev. i L.W. another, until only the limp and passive state is already brewing then this paper 11goodies that just
; of those who do not know other jelly-fishes remain. New settlers cannot read the signs of the m-e-I-t in your mouth

\ For Representatives-A. S. Crews.W. who Joe Lee is, it may be stated that hings. Kickliter, pointed, among out that few pertinei farmers rill get tired of being supervisi, times. -light, fluffy; tender

t G. Seals. foe is a very black and very smart erive the whole benefit from what: alked about and to be subject of a Now is the time to nip this thingin cakes, biscuits and

Clerk Circuit CourtW. negro, who under republican rule was hey produce. A farmer should not< never ending inquisition, and will the bud and Bradford county, rock doughnuts that just

T. Weeks. hrewd enough to keep his white republican top with producing the raw materia, leave, not neglecting to advise friends ribbed democratic county that it has keep you hanging

; County Judge- associates horned off while he he should manufacture it also. So far to stay away from the place.If always been, ought to do its full share 'round: the pantry-all

I' Geo. A. Gardiner. held down the best paying go\'ernment very farmer manufactures syru "Mrs. Grundy" is the ruler of towards the nipping. made with Calumet:

: position in Florida. rom his cane and pork, eggs and our community, depose her right the safest, purest, most

, SheriffW.. J. Epperson.Tax hickens from a part of his corn, potatoes way. Where she rules there is neither KNOTT AND CATTS. economical Biting Pow-

Assessor- At a meeting of the Hamilton county and pinders, but there are many ontentment or progress. der. Try it-dme mj

I N. D. Wainwright. democratic executive committee other products he could make whereb bake-day failures.

1 1. Tax Collector- held in Jasper last Monday, W. T. he could also derive a middleman'sprofit. STAY ON THE SAFE SIDE. Every case that is litigated in Florida Rewired. Hit k see Awwdtfftt
louse resigned from the chairman goes to the supreme court unless
M. Dowling.
B. He could make his own s gar -- Cook fa-Jt Prey
Schools- hip of the committee because he i is the loser in a lower court accepts its Stt Slip rout cm.BAKI .
Superintendent fruit the
and use it in preserving for Had you ever noticed that those
Catts for We decision without The litiganthas
E. R. Poppell. upporting governor. market; he could sell canned sweet potatoes who are loudest in support of J!lr. appeal.
f do not know Mr. Rouse, but we admire a right not only to submit his case
County beans, tomatoes and sugar corn atts are generally young men or newcomers -
E. Kelly. him for his action. If he is no material he couldsell to the court but to carry it to the final lt;
as well as the raw ; to our state? They don't kncnything
member of the organized democracy ourt. So one blames ham for going
Commissioners- longer a
County \ pickles, rice and preserves, instead about the trials that we
R. J. Andrews.J. and is opposed to its candidates io: the courts with his claims. Thereis
he does Ill'could
r : of buying, as now. passed through in getting our state NOJ.
Blackwelder. then he ought not continue to nowhere else to The courts
J. go.
as well sell bacon as to sell live government out of the hands of a lotof THE TRH
S. T. Dowling. hold an official position in its organ were; organized to decide litigated
hogs. He could supply the home mar.ket plunderers and establishing once
p .I H. D. May.J. :ation. Mr. Rouse shows himself to with butter, etc. white man's juestions.
L. Underhill. .be an honest man and when he is done'with ( worth more a governmerhese When a case is taken before a court
These hints acting
are ; outsiders, such for instance ;as r
Member School BoardJ. running after false leaders am and decided the presumption is that its
: feasible and it
upon. They are requires that fellow Bruderly, who tarried awhile
_, E. Douglass. false issues we hope he will return tothe only little and planning others decided right. When a citizen hearst
a energy at Lake Butler, and some -
J. C. :McRae.T. democratic party.Many The case has been decided in favor of'A"
: them about. women
to bring that we could mention, would follow
B. Pinholster. and he knows nothing to the conrary -
would have to becom
folks who
i I Catts or else straight into
\. Justice of the Peace, 6th. DistrictJ. of the most prominent democrats partners in the family manufacturing the Joe Lee republican anyone camp, and car.ry he takes it for granted that "A"
} C. Poppell. in the state, among them Thos cheerfully enterthe vas in the right. Why? Because
firms, would probably us with them, if they could, for a
Constable 6th. District- general J. C. Lung 'A's"' has been investigated and
F. West, attorney ; project, as it promises the mean: of political pottage. They are alot
Jacob J. Johns. W. A. McRae, mess hose who have investigated it "A"
state treasurer; It would not bewise say
for a better living. of adventurers, and many of them:
NOTE-If nominees for justice of commissioner of agriculture; W. N was right. What would be thought of
.1 this late day, to say that a farmer neyer drew a democratic breath i in
the and constable in other dis heats state school superintendent;; man who would that a
peace should himself tan the hides ofthe : ,eir lives. Their voting with the a presume
tricts of the county will send in thei R. M. Rose, state chemist; ex-Cover- cattle he kill and make his ownshoes ourt had done wrong? He would be
I names we will be glad to publish their ex-Congressman C.1.. mJcratic party now is a pretenseand written down anarchist.A .
nor ; curious thinking
but it looks to a sham, which they have been ableto G PO
I m Congressman Frank Clark litigant is not apt to think a case
I Cooper; tsiders how many opportunities foi virtue of the lax er -
practice by
: Your cartoon in last week's Lak and Congressman Joseph Sears, have ttering himself the farmer oyerlooks. recement of primary electio ecided against him has been decided MEBAKiNGF00t QChICAGJ I
: Butler Times was good, and no doub ndered their services to the democratic our ight. Self-interest prejudices him.

true, Avery, but why the wet towe state campaign committee towork law.In But! the man without prejudice if notn
1 S the they are publishing,
dome-like head? election of the entire papers
around your for the anarchist will believe a decision is
HOW PERFECTLY LOVELY. from the pulpits, some of them are o<-
democratic ticket. If the contest between the highways and bywa's just unless he knows or has strong heap and big canBaVlngPowdersdonotsave

', In a Miami court the other day a Knott and Catts was just a title cup'ingand on reason for believing to the contrary. ,ou money. meftdoesit'sPcre!!
these adventurers are trying by
i' cur dog was classed with "parrots, family affair these men would notcare In[ reporting the speech of Mr. Catts All this is as true of politics as of and LIT superior to sEwr milk and iOEa.'f .
t singing birds and canaries." Why not to mix up in it. They see breaks at West Palm Beach the Sun says that ever}' means to create among us a business affairs. It will not do to presume }

class him with the English sparrows ahead for both the democraticrty 1 the independent candidate scored Mr. 'condition of discord and distrust. They; that the courts are straight as

and abate him? and the state. That is the reason :Knott fore and aft and spoke very goo so far as to tell us our courts are to business matters and crooked as to

they have tendered their services. J kindly of Mr. Allen, the republican 'corrupt and they traduce and vilif;)' clitics. There is more reason why a
ididate. Rather peculiar state of afrairs. I eyery man who ventures to opposethem
mdidate who is not satisfied that hehas
Catts is such tear down that
Mr. a ? in their nefarious effort to gain..
Mr. Catts down the East Coast
Billie Parker frightened some folksmost legally lost should his caseto
he might tear down the price of cottonif itrol of our state through the election carry
talking nice about Candidate Allen and I IMr.
elect him. Suppose we let him out of their wits by telling them Weave i the courts than why he should carry
we of Catts the governorship.
I Iin io
ahead tearing his shirt about any that President Wilson's private secre- Jap Allen, life-long republican up a law suit over property to them. Inthe
go ] no harsh criticism of those of ourpeople : '
Bradford attending meetings -
thing and everything tha he wants to,, tarIr.. Tumulty, was a Catholic, county, latter case he alone is concerned,
who have followed oft'after the .
and that this private secretary was of Hampton Catts Club and talk- : and if he is willing to forego his rights '
while we engage W. V. Knott, a good, ]dership of these adventurers. Theyave 'd
steady-going democrat, to be our gov- running the government. In his speechre i ing: nice about Mr. Catts. How perrectIy he; has a perfect right to. No one is 1
t ] been honestly misled by such
j lovely for brethren to dwell toether -
Monday Hon. Frank Clark, whos volved but himself. In the former
: ernor. s-statements that made by Billie
been on the ground throughout the I Ifour in such unity. as case when he gives up his own rights
I I We hear that Jeems Alexander of years of Wilson's administration Look here, old time Bradford coun- Parker when he said that 85 per cent he s gives up the right of his friends as

Volusia, is the leader of the Catts for- assured his hearers that the idea of 1 1Secretary ly democrats, you had better read the I Df the employes of the government
I r The first time ] idwriting on the wall and swing inline were Catholics, and a lot of other stuffequally well.Mr.
ces in that county. we Tumulty dictating to the Knott had good reason to believe
I he 1 1described lo for the ticket from to I Ibottom as false. But we do ask then-
for ridiculous. party top
ever saw Jeems was hurrahing president was utterly He that if the votes cast in the primary
1 before it is too late. Let Mr.C'atts I to stop and consider the leadership
an independent candidate for governor. Secretary Tumulty as a rosy had been correctly counted and reportit -
of : win the race and nothing would I Ibe the) are following. What do you know ShirtsVe
He was a red-hot supporter cheeked, nice looking little man andsaid it would have been found that the
Frank Pope when that gentleman ran that the idea of this sweet-faced, I easier than for him to form a coalition I Df this man Catts? Ever hear of himbefore majority of the democrats of Florida

against General Edward A. Perry, the dimpled young fellow dictating to a with the republicans and control 1 he came around to make themodest had expressed the desire that he bethe

democratic nominee, in 1884. tall 1, raw-boned intellectual giant like the state for years to come. It must request that you turn )'ourstate party candidate for governor. Heknew on
lIe remembered that there are thouands government over to him? Whatabout specialize .i
----- Woodrow Wilson was laughable tothose the difficulties under which the i
Under democratic rule the nation is who know the two men. This of men in Florida who have beenI'oting Billie Parker? Ever hear ofhim inspectors labored and he knew that shirts for discriminating i i

\ prosperous. Let's hew to the line and disposes of another of the Parkertts with the democratic party i before he came down from Pennsylvania it would be unreasonable to doubt thatunder When

keep Florida in the straight demo- bug-a-boos. merely as a matter of policy-because to play on religious prejudice the circumstances many mistakes people; you | i

cratic column. Vote for the Wilson the party was so largely in the majority and I sell his books? No. None of usever had been made. The inspectors buy a shirt from us you

presidential electors for W. V. Knott The Telegraph called attention lastweek they fell in with us to be hale fellows I heard of them. Then why should could not correct these mistakes. Whenthe wearing quality, I
.r. "'e run off after them? Why not stay get
While have ,'otedwith
well met. they
and for Frank Clark for Allen last vote recorded and
for governor, to the fact that Mr. Jap alifelong was theyhad fit
I the safe side by electing the demotic comfort and I
know what kind us they have prayed for a timen Dn style,
congress. We don't republican, had lately been delivered the ballot boxes to their .

:: I I of mess we might get into if we follow one of the speakers at a meeting of theCatts ? the party would run onto the life nominee has been for governor an book a manwhose i illthis proper custodian their work was finished. at a price that will slutyou !
rocks of discord and Thisdass as open
II off after a crowd that we know Club at Hampton. We asked very disruption. They could only see whetherthey
:I r I nothing about.Remember irteously how it happened that thislifelong added to the republicans and the state for more than a generation. : had made a mistake by counting equally: well. I
I Iat rrauntled democrats who could bedepended I
republican was speechifyinga these' votes over again and seeing ifthey by
I 'f I Ihavl' on to follow off after a crafty READ THE SIGNS. Our shirts are made .
that you do not meeting of the Catts Club. We had been properly recorded. They
j for president vice-president.. had no answer to the question. I eader of the Catts type would make could do this only when ordered by the best makers in

You vote for the presidential electors Our Hampton friends may not know it.but a ine-up that the democratic partyild If you do not believe there is danger the' court to do it. All the court had America and as a result '

f and they meet later and cast the vote t your Uncle Jap is a pretty shrewd find it hard to defeat. To have of us being plunged into a reign to do with the matter was to tell he

I of the state for president and vice- politician. If he could work thingsaround the democratic party ousted by any :Df Foe Lee republicanism in this stateconsider inspectors to look over their work and you get perfect

. president. The democratic electors to where he could make you belie'c such line-up would mean a virtual return the facts for a moment. )Olr.Catts see if they had made any mistakes, workmanship and corerect

this year are J. Turner Butler, Mar- the republicans were the best 1 1democrats to the hateful days of reconstruc-I has placed himself outside of and if they had made them to correctthem.

Frank tion. Do we want to return to any I the democratic organization. He The did look style..
t. tin Carraballo, J. P. Clarkson, in the state and that the can- inspectors overtheir

f Harris Milton H. Mabry, Sr., and Will republicans and Catts people ought such conditions? We are headed that'ay not hereafter be recognized as a demDcrat. work and did find errors and didcorrect what the

1 H. Price. Vote for all six of them. to form a' little combination, he'd bejust \\ and will land there if we do not I To continue his activities inFlorida them, and with the corrected No matter -

11 shrewd enough to do it, and the I aIl a halt. politics he must build up aparty returns Knott was ahead of Catts. occasion, :whether you

When the great politicians and first thing you knew he would have : of his own. Where will he go to Under the circumstances what sense desire a shirt for dress

statesmen who are trying to disruptthe Bradford county republicanized, un- BUSYBODIES.Am I get the material for this party? He is there in shouting fraud when nospecific

democratic party come around and der spme softer sounding name, per.haps \\'ill take the democrats who are wilting proof ,or even indication offraud i f outingorworkourlargeassortment

want you to vote for Catts and Coffin but republicanized just the same.Other I my brother's keeper?" asked 1 1Cain. to blindly follow hif lead and forma can be given? What sense isthere is sure to

r I! and Hughes tell them that times are shrewd politicians would attend I Ito Yes, you are, if your brother : coalition with the republicans andother in talking about a court-made

r/ L too good to risk a change from the the combination in other counties, 1 Deeds a keeper, but if he does not, you I Ishould political organizations in thestate. nominee when the same men who i,, supply }our want. __ 1

[ good old democratic party. This is the and I presently the whole state would befixed. let his affairs alone. Starke, When he has done this he willha'e counted the votes in the first case --- ------- --- ------

first time in years that our party has That is the sort of thing that it has been observed by many, is a ] back of him a force that it willrequire counted them again and found theirown I

"I' been in the saddle and we are having is likely to happen when democrats refuse place singularly free from busybodies. I. ; another 1876 battle to dislodge.N'ext errors? Sensible people cannot STERNBERGSTARKE

r' the best times ever known in the coun to stand by their party organiza- Here a man or woman is allowed to doe to the democratic party the repub1icans be deceived by this kind of nonsense. .

try. Let's stay in the saddle a while. tion and begin to take counsel of members as or she things right, and as long with the negro vote, is thestrongest They know that Knott is not the IIU.preme FLA.

;. It feels good to be prosperous. s of other parties. as a person acts "straight" his af party in the state. Natur court nominee but the nominee ,

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OCTOBER 27, 1916. ,
FJlDAY ; e



ill The south end of Water street, until
WITH MURDER OF TWO DAUGHTERS' lately, led a hopeless existence. It i
I. went through Alligator swamp and DECLARED
I was wet and full of stumps and roots.
I --- ---------- Even the most optimistic of our citi- | 1

is Selected and Formal the His fourth contention is that Fudge is zens had no hope of the street being :
jury only living person who would anything but Indicted
profIt a "possible thorough- on Charge of fi
is Presented- by the death of the two girls, that fare." On the t
.Charge east side of it was a
there was no motive for any other line of rickety planks for pedestrianson ing His Father and ;
Pleads Not Guilty. person doing the crime.
west side
was a on
Counsel for the Defense Speaks which snakes Several Weeks Ago.
crawled up from the wa-
- oTMURDERING I Following the prosecution, L. W, ter and they snapped at those who .J't41
.... ACCUSED Nelson, counsel for Fudge, addressed passed in vehicles. PALATKA, Oct. 19.-The fall ..
I the jury, and denied wholly and of the circuit court concluded its f !
SECURE THE INSURANCE en- But when the sewer was laid downon
TO tirely the allegation of the state's at- the street it was found sion yesterday, after but three
torney. He said that not only were to dig a ditch on each side of necessary it. The business. The case attracting J L\
jfan's Son is Chnef Witness they based entirely on imagination interest that of John :Muller
j utj( but region being very low, the pipe was was t
The Two Girls that not a single statement in the was indicted for the murder of
Him Forced entire laid on the top of the ground the
Took story could be substantiaed, or ev- west side of the street, and covered mother and father.At ,1...
Saying They
Ie Write Notes en sufficient proof to warrant its ac- with a bank of dirt. This made the the afternoon session State .;
Ties and Exonerated Him From ceptance by the jury.Mrn street look somewhat, like a "snaking"mule torney A. V. Long stated that : ; jIIt

Bltme. Nelson said that the state at- that had one side "stove in" bya advising with the judge who \j
Afl torney had done exactly what he falling tree. Yet it was better than ted Muller, he decided that there
should not do, for he had filled the before, for some of the excavated dirt reason to doubt the defendant's
I pENSACOLA, Oct. 20.-With the minds of the jurymen witn a state- had been spread over it and raisedits and he, therefore, summoned Dr. i ,
court room overflowing, E. J. Fudge ment wnich could not be proved and level somewhat. But when good Marion Smith, senior assistant at
III nUeed on trial Wednesday after- made justice much more difficult to luck comes at all, it comes in chunks. Florida Hospital for the Insane. : t
,000 before -udge A. G. Campbell secure. Quigley's saw mill was started up Smith had been investigating and
for the murder of his daughters, Ethel That the defendant had very little and some disposition must be found amining :Muller since yesterday : J"
UJ Tennie, on June 27. Much time evidence with which to contradict the for the saw dust. Once during a squir- now brought in the following :
as consumed in the selection of a allegations of the state, Mr. Nelson rel hunt, :Mr. Quigley had discovered "To the Honorable J. T.
joy and it was late in the afternoon said was due to the fact that he was a i the street, and he decided to have the Judge."I .
before the case went to trial. stranger in a strange land, without sawdust hauled out upon it. have been requested by the ;''J.r..
it soon as the jury wash sworn injjjte money nd without friends. Mr. Nelson His Attorney, the Honorable A. V. .
teamster, who is
an engineer
Attorney John P. Stokes ad- then set up the contention of the born disposes the sawdust on the to make an examination of John :\ t h.!
jjgied the court, outlining in brief defense and said that the girls either street along the hump, and if the timber ler, the defendant in the case : : .
of the crime charged in the committed suicide or were murdered for the of
lie nature bolds out, there will be a "ligh and pending, purpose
,: fc&bnent of the grand jury. by some one. dry! street built of saw dust. Th.2 dirt ing his present mental condition.
: fr.Stokes said that the state would from the ditch ter a thorough and careful
the !
on east side
itfcmpt to prove that the children had LAWLESSNESS RAMPANT. le used as a curb. Mr. Quigley is may doing tion, I am in a position to state that )I i11
I or choked before they is in demenated insane state
I ten poisoned a good work and we hope he will a or
fete shot He said that he thought Just as West Florida seemed to be keep at it until it is completed. mind; he is laboring under a I
tit evidence would show that Tennie recovering from damaging charges of of poorly systematized and absurd .
1 -the older of the two, who was found lawlessness, there comes a recrudesence lusions, much of which is that y
the floor of a closet, had Whenever You Need a General Tonlr the of the world
cold upon in one of its most frightful forms Take cause war now
jed of poison and was afterwards .-that of arson. Grove'sThe waged in Europe; that it was
Dot through the heart so that it appeared Last week two school houses in San- chill Old Standard Grove's Tasteless sary for him to murder his
Tonic is valuable
she had committe dsuicide. ta Rosa county were set on fire, one General Tonic equally because it contains as the a that it was his duty to do so; that t,
spicious Actions of Defendant being completely destroyed and the well known tonic properties of QUINI J nand was compelled and constrained to .
He state's attorney then comm!ittd -' other damaged. Here in Panama City IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drivesout so to influence this war. He also .
upon the suspicious action of the scoundrelly villans fired the Pilot of- Malaria, Enriches the Blood and fested auditory and sensory sI '\"
defendant after he left his home on fice, causing the loss of $6,000 of prop- Builds up the Whole System V cents tions, and from the character of : .I

Tuesday morning, June 27. He reviewed erty, in building and contents, and of ------- -- -- delusions he displayed and the
.. the sending of Bascom, the 7- an adjoining building, containing two cal symptoms that I find the 1"
jeir-old son of Fudge to a distant business institutions, with a loss of DON'T THROW AWAY YOUR of dementina precox has been
neighbor for the purpose of selling a building and contents of probably $I.- This is a disease of the mind I ; 1; .
!bore, which he did, returning with 25 MONEY characterized by a gradual
'eats, the money gained by the trans- 000.In Santa Rosa county the authori- course and has progressed to ( ; -
action. Mr. Stokes said that Fudge ties offered a reward for any evidence point where the subject is mentally ) : 'I'?a

-.--ithout allowing Bascom to enter that would lead to the conviction of the by selling to Peddlers. You can get responsible.
the house immediately sent him backto fire the "H. MARION SMITH: ,
bugs, and sheriff and posse at much better
buy some milk. After Bascom returned once began an investigation. Nothing prices by shipping directto "Senior Assistant Physician,
Fudge made ready to go to of the kind appears to be thought of usWe Hospital for the Insane."
Pens cola, but, according to Mr. Judge Wills then swore in i i:1;
Stokes, forced him to wait until he here.Arson is one of the vilest crimes on buy Metals, Rubber, Rags, Smith and asked his a few

tied the dog. the calendar. It stalks its prey in the Sacks Bones, Etc Etc and to which he replied that he has
In going to the rear of the houseto darkness of night, applies the torch considerable experience in such ,.,,
tie the dog, Mr. Stokes asked the regardless of life or property, make Highest Prices & Give Prompt ters, that he had made a thorough' .,1
jury to bear in mind that the state living and doing business where it amination of John Muller, that ::1';
f contends that he went around the east goes unpunished, as risky a proposi- Returns.Price considers him to be at the ';
tide of the house. His reasons for tion as attempting to carry on busi- time insane, and that he considers fY
t ttretsing this point he did not divulge ness in lawless Mexico.Do List mailed on application. a dangerous person. : 1
.. bat tsrared the jury that it had an the respectable citizens of Bay tion by Attorney Blackwell, who I r.
( f important bearing on the case. county and West Florida realize what looking after Muller's interests, (2)t
. Did Not Go to Work. such conditions mean? Has a reign of THE PENINSULAR METAL CO. Smith stated that the probabilities (2)i
After leaving the house, Mr. Stokes incendiarism set in which will end the that Muller will never recover, .4t1)
said that Fudge went to the service prosperit yand development of the JACKSONVILLE, FLA. about only from one to two per !
dub of W. R. Ray, who delivered him country? Are there enough fearlessmen of such cases are ever restored to I._,
letter from a man at Warrington, in Bay county to thwart the dam- ity.Judge ; t "
stating that if he, Fudge, would cometo nable schemes of these fire bugs and Wills then rendered the ''

the navy yard at once, he could secure their emissaries? These are important Full of lowing decision, in writing: "It : ,
work. Mr. Stokes said that he questions for our citizens to settle Supply ing been suggested by the court

did not go, but that his reason were and if not settled in a way that will COFFINS AND CASKETSAll the question of the sanity of 4 .
not lack of money, for he had $1.50 end incendiarism, we need not look for dant at the present time will arise !
which he ha dreceived for selling a further immigration or investment in the case the court ordered the
dress and the brace and plane alreadymentioned. this section.-Panama City Pilot.ManufactureS Sizes and Qualities dant, John :Muller, who appeared

Instead of going to the HandPRICESSREASONABLE his own proper person, 7
yard, he went to the wharf where he on by his counsel, appeared before
"' ,
| engaged in assisting some man land a 't j f:1' judge of the said court, and the ju ; '
,r\\ :! '/
shark. Mr. Stokes said that he did j.j" 'r We of said court after hearing the
not take the job, because he knew K METAL ;b.o* dence being of the opinion that ,
what was at his home on East Hill and J. C. CONE said John :Muller is at the I Its!.
his conscience would not let him work. CEILINGSSMINGIESROOFING time insane and a dangerous *.
Stacia Bascom on Other Errands Lawter. :-: Florid to be allowed to go at large, it is :

Continuing, Mr. Stokes said that late __ 'J sidered by the court that the said

Tuesday afternoon Fudge and Bascom AND OTHER SHEET METAL _. :Muller be remanded to the custody
I returned home, but did not enter the the Superintendent of the Florida lP-I
house. Stopping to drink water at a BUILDING. MATERIAL *t+ +** pital for the Insane, there to be
faucet in the yard, the two proceededto Write To Day For CatnJogue. kept until he shall be restored to

the front porch and sat upon the and Special 1 Quotations, ity."

steps. According to Mr. Stokes, Bas- THE f MUAl PlawscD"aC".O"V'LU. J. R. Davis I State Attorney Long asked that ;
I t com was again sent on errands so that OQIOa case be put on the absentee docket,
7Il/a IIA.
!j 11 Fudge could reconnoitre. Bascom rej & judge granting the request. This
,I j turned and was sent to Bayview for : Company I done for the reason that should :\ r

I Jus sisters. Upon the return a sect ler ever be turned loose the (
t Ij j|I and time, his father suggested that he FOURTH CLASS POSTMASTER would have the right to bring it
get in the window and look throughthe EXAMINATION. INSURANCE light again. Muller will leave i I
house. Chattahoochee with Dr. Smith

Without hesitation, Mr. Stokes said morning. 1
I I Fudge went directly to the only open Saturday, November 11, 1916, at 10

Window in the house, and lifted Bas- A. M. Starke :-: Florida LOCAL REGISTRAR WANTED I
The United States Civil Service ,
I com into the house. The prosecuting EACH VOTING PRECINCT.The I

; attorney it asked was chance the that jury Fudge if wentjkjwtly theywoogkt date Commission above named announces an examination that on will the s. saI 4t4 state board of health is (

to the only open window, or be held at Palatka, Florida, as a resultof preparing to put into opera ) r
u did not know that it was the on- which it is expected to make certi- r throughout the state of Florida the .
ly one fication to fill a contemplated vacancyin tal statistics law, which requires -
open. He then took u the
grue- General Insurance n
some scene which greeted the small the position of fourth class post- I registration of all births and deaths.The

toy when he descended into that room master at Theressa, and other vacan- .represent none but FIRST law provides that a local
where his sister lay dead but warm on cies as they may occur at that office, CLASS companies and will be I strar shall be appointed in each
tt "floor, a bullet through her heart, unless it shall be decided( in the interests I cipality and voting precinct. It
and through the doer of the adjoining of the service to fill the vacancy constantly on the alert to pro- the duty of the local registrar to

closet, Tennie, doubled as in by reinstatement. The compensation mote your interests. Guarantee after the reporting of the births
but cold in d'ath. agony of the postmaster at this office courteous treatment to all pa deaths and for this service he
Vcon Fudgentr.nce into the was $207 for the last fiscal year. trons. A well written policy bya receive a fee of 25 cents for
house limit, 21 and the birth and death reported to the
M-. Stokes al- f.II.oratl'll I >! and Are years over on first-class agent in a first-
said that hovert directly to a book date of the examination, with the exception class company sometimes means board of healthIn I '
that in state where women many of the voting precincts -
Jying closed upon a table, and found much in case of loss by fire.
letters which <-.r?: declared by statute to be of full I towns no local registrar has yet
were supposed! to ex-
nerate hi-n, written upon the fi" !l""r age for all purposes at IS years, women H. C. RICHARD, Starke appointed and it may be possible
TheSe letters, Mr. Stokes said would 18 years of age on the date of the IIf :secure such appointment by
the state board of health. The
6e exhibited to the jury, and let them ei-rnnation; will be admitted. to
s:< for themselves whether not the Applicants must reside within the ords of births and deaths procured
girls whose names were affixed, really territory supplied by the post office -UWLflJ der this law will be of great value
Tote them. for which the examination is announc- legal purposes to citizens of the I. ..
and indispensable to the state
The State's Contention
:The state then outlined ed.The examination is open to all cit- of health in keeping in touch with
For Ladies & Gents
briefly the contention of the prosecution izens of the United States who can health conditions of each : IIII

and said that first of all the comply with the requirements. Let me "B" your tailor and
claim Application form and full information Constipation Dulls Your Brain.
would be advanced that it was have the satisfaction of know- I : j.
l not suicide, for it is not only improbable concerning the requirements of have the neatest That dull, listless, oppressed ,
but physically impossible for the the examination can be secured from ing you is due to impurities in your system F FN
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suit in
girls the at Theressa, or from made to order town.
to have killed themselves, for the postmaster sluggish liver, clogged intestines.
dIstance from the trigger to the muz- the U. S. Civil Service Commission, |Your pressing and alteration King's New Life Pills give prompt

I ale of the rifle, was four inches longer Washington, D. C. business solicited. lief. A mild, easy, non-griping, ;
than the Applications should be properly executed .
outstretched extreme arms.length of the girls'! and filed with the commissionat The United Tailoring Co. el movement will tone up your )' 5 i
clear muddy
and help to up your
In at least 7 days
further denial of the suicide theory Phone 83 Get bottle of ,
Mr. Stokes said that the letterswemselves the date of the examination, otherwiseit ly complexion. a
were incriminating for no may be impracticable to examine the Across Street From P. 0. King's New Life Pills today at
Suicide< in the world had ever written applicants.U. drugist, 25c. A dose tonight will :
fetter exonerating some other party.I S. CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION you cheerful at breakfast. )


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r Mrs. W. M. Harrell, of Brooker, was J. S. Wills stopped over in Starke

:a visitor to Starke Friday.F. Tuesday, while on his way to Jack- LELAND SOFT PHOSPHATE :

sonville from Gainesville, to visit his :

Bits of LocalInformation M. Crews and son, of Highland, parents, Judge and Mrs. J 1'. Wi ls.
were visitors to Starke Saturday. !
Sirs M. Cameron went to Jacksonville THE GREAT NATURAL PLANT FOOD:

Mrs. M. L. Johns has returned home Thursday to enter a sanatoriumfor
after a visit with relatives in Jackson- an ailment that made this course Makes big crops and permanently improves the soil. ri

1- ,-w r ville. nec ssary. DIr! S. B. Denmark, who Our SOFT PHOSPHATE is supplying a long felt want among the !

e.r} Omr lagQ. l fUlfIu ... had business in the metropolis, accompanied farmers and who ::
.... ,. ... c...." r....... We are pleased to announce to those her. Mrs. Cameron's many growers want a cheap natural phosphate which is l

-( -- ., who want brown bread that we are friends hope she will soon be restored softer and more soluble than the ordinary ground jhosphate or! !

. a 'now baking this bread. Bryan's Bakery to health. floats and which is free from the objectionable chemicals ?o often to
I L. G. Powell spent Tuesday in Jack Ben Kite, who tends the Fouts place ve> ,? Jv 00 i> v00 OCJ be found in cpmmercial or mined manures. /

sonville. west of Starke, made a shipment of Nice line of candies at Bryan's Bak- 0i LELAND SOFT PHOSPHATE is mined from our own rich deposits;
sugar cane, many of the stalks of ery. > HIGH SCHOOL NOTES. .
i> of Soft Phosphate in Hernando ccounty. We pulverize it to fine''
Miss Louise Bessent spent last Fri- which were two inches in diameter.Mrs. a
day in Jacksonville.Lester Mr. and Mrs. Raiford Reddish, of ,1 c? C '10 .i> n7(9 .i> i> 0 i> powder and sell direct to the grower. / t

S. L. Hamrick and daughters, Raiford, were visitors to Starke Wednesday Snakes, butterflies, worms, spiders, Write us for literature and prices.
Pinholster, of Belmore, was Mrs. Nell Hughes and Mrs. 0. L. all fall victims of the pupils of Miss r

in Starke the first of the week. Stuck, spent the week end with rela- Stroman's biology class. One bird, a SEMINOLE PHOSPHATE COMPANY GROOM FLORIDA .
tives and friends in Jacksonville What you buy in dry goods today hawk, was the latest specimen to be ,

Ladies Coat Suits at Stump's.M. and tomorrow will save you big moneyat examined.The D. W. ALVAREZ Agent Starke Fla.'GootrStoves
Fine line of boys' suits at Stump's. Brown's, our wind up. It basket ball girls, under Miss :

Z. Sullivan, of Theressa, was in Emma Powell as captain, are fast de ,_. .
Monday. Miss Kate Livingston, of Jackson- Mrs. R. E. Gahagan and little son, veloping into a winning team, some 0- :: '

town ville, was a visitor this week at the R. E. Jr., of Hardeeville, S. C., are ten or twelve girls reporting daily for ,, ..

Engineer H. B. Weest, of Hampton, home of her brother, Mr. G. C. Liv- guests at the home of her father, Mr. practice. I.._. 1 I Lt ;1;
visitor to Starke Monday. ingston.Rev. L. C. Powell. Quite a number of demerits will be .
was a worked off during the next week. 'S s. f Y k

Fish and Cedar Key oysters fresh and Mrs. H. G. Denison returned More magazines for less money if Twenty demerits mean two hundred cc j (af .f i
daily at Handy Brymer's. 10-13-tf. home last Fridaf after attending you act before November 10th. See written lines with eight words to the

Presbytery at St. Cloud and spend- Miss Nannie Howell. Phone 79. 2t. line. .. ,I
several Lake Alfred. Prof Schell visited the High School ut O 1
Chas. Smith, of Sampson, took in ing days at C j
the speaking here Monday. Mrs. G. B. Sapp, of Raiford, was a last Friday and gave lessons on the ,
Edward Edwards, of Gainesville, visitor to this city on Wednesday, latest improved methods of spelling, {i

Hon. A. D. Andrews, of Raiford, was spent Sunday here visiting his sister, and while here closed a deal with the for which the High School was very

in Starke Monday. Mrs.. A. Z. Adkins, and his brother, Ford Garage for one of the new model thankful.
Mr. D. R. Edwards. Ford touring cars. The seventh and eighth grades of ... i. /
the: High School have organized a ball i ?
Sheriff S.Denmark spent Saturday -
in Jacksonville. Mr. Levi D}'al, of Fernandina, was Reports of the fine condition of the club, which would like to get games
in town Wednesday, and while here strawberry plants in this section are with any other school teams of the 0 o f
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Halligan spent was the guest of his sister, Mrs. 0. J. coming in and the prospect for a big same grades. Rufus Tatum is the

last Friday in Jacksonville. Griffin.W. season next spring is very bright. Per- manager. 1 '
ry Newsom, who lives southeast of

Ladies and Children's Cloaks at A. Dubose and son, south of G. town; is said to have one of the finest BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES.

Stump's. C. Livingston's, are now in positionto patches ever seen in this community. -

do all rice hulling, grits grindingand Many others report fine patches. The services were quite well attended q?

Miss Florence Canova spent last feed crushing. They do your work last Sunday morning and even- No matter how effident the
Friday in Jacksonville.Hon. while you wait. Wiley Williams, a prominent citi ing. Both the singing and the interest 1
zen of the Worthington section, was in were good. ; '

H. C. Peeples, of Worthington, Will give instruction in modern town Thursday and called to order There will be the regular services cook may be, her efforts are useless ,

was in Starke Monday to hear the dances, beginning Wednesday, November the Telegraph continued to his ad next Sunday morning and evening.

Clark-Coffin controversy. 1st, at Armory, and every Monday dress. Those who can attend the Fifth Sun if she works mth: a poor
and Wednesday nights at 7 p. m. day meeting do so; those who do not li
Dancing school opens Nov. 1st. thereafter. N. Sternberg. Every person who buys $1 worthor I go to that meeting, come to the ser t \& && '
over Saturday at Brown's will be vices here please. stove.

A. Sullivan, of Theressa, was in Dancing lessons-see N. Sternberg. given free, for the asking, a $l' package There will be a song service with :
of shampoo. Sale must be exclu- 1 ,
orchestral accompaniment just before
town Saturday, riding his fine 3yearold
stallion. Mr. A. A. Culbreth and family mov- sive of groceries. It. the preaching service at night. Please One of our c Q aVes or j r

out last week to the farm known as come early and enjoy it. ,

Editor A very G. Powell, of the Lake the 0. B. Sweat place. Mr. Culbrethwill I I J. O. Phillips, of Lawtey, was a Preaching, 11 a. m. in home will insure l; -
visitor Starke Mr. Phil ranges your
to Monday.
Butler Times, was in Starke Satur- cultivate this farm the coming Bible school, 9:45 a. m. .. e
year. lips is the Telegraph's Woodlawn Park B. Y. P. U., 6:15 p. m. -
day. correspondent.The Preaching, 7 p. m. well cooked meals and be the '

Judge B. L. Blanchard, of Lawtey, The pupils of Mrs. Ella Kate Stuck The general public is invited to attend M1
in Starke Monday to hear the and Miss Olive Ray sent a beautiful high price of flour has made it any or all of the services. houseke
pride of a good ? er.
Clark-Coffin controversy. cillection of writing, drawings and impossible for us to sell bread at less "Come with us and we will do you .
than 5 and 10 cents per loaf and after good." 1'j
handwork to the Bradford County
this week we will discontinue the sale
Plumbing supplies at Quigley Lum: Fair. You look at them
of bread tickets at cut prices. Bryan's STARKE GROWERS ASSOCIATION. before you
ber &: Supply Co. :
Mesdames A. H. Freeman, J. R. Hal- Bakery. '

Misses Stella and Grace Padgett, ligan, E. W. Stewart and D. E. Knight Mrs. Eugenia Martin, who has been All members and other persons interested buy, and back of them; ,is our 't
charming young ladies of Graham, motored over to Lake Butler last Monday in the Starke Growers Association n
her father Mr. B. L. Mott
visiting ,
were shopping in the city Monday. to attend the opening of the Brad- are requested to meet at the
has returned to her home in Winter guaranty of quality.
ford County Fair. council rooms in Starke on Saturday, ;
Mr. D. W. Moore and I family, of Garden. November 4th, for the discussion of I. ,,
Theressa, motored over to Starke on Last Sunday Mr. N. T. Ritch, Misses important matters, and for the pur '
Those fond of at
looking E
antiquesin S
Monday. Frances Clark, Alma Clark, Nannie pose of electing officers for the en- DEWITTC.J
the of firearms, clocks, watches r
Howell, Vivirette Floyd and Allie May way suing year. New members will be }
tools, etc., can find many things to
John Croft, of Lake Butler, a ster- Green motored over to Raiford and to Clark's accepted. ;
interest them in C. H. repair HARDWARE
ling democrat, listened to the speaking the State Farm. shop near the depot. Mr. Clark's place. C. N. COOPER President., .. ,

here Monday. I is real curiosity shop. #
W. T. Wasdin and little son, of Graham a ALBERT BRONKE, f t

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Marks announcethe were appreciated callers at the General Manager. #
birth of a little daughter on Sunday Telegraph office Saturday. Mr. Was- Mrs. Everett Markley Johns has issued 10-27-2t SMOKE : ri

October 22nd.J. lin came to renew his subscription to invitations to a miscellaneous - {
the democratic paper of the county. shower, in honor of Miss Florence Ca- THE LITTLE MUSICIANS. .

S. Griner came up from Brook nova, November 2nd, from threethirty

lyn Monday to hear the congressional Rev. Gus A. Davis, of Mac,.lenny, to five-thirty. Miss Canova's mar- The "Little Musicians" met Tues ALL PURE HAVANAThe

candidates.J. was in Starke Monday. Mr. Davis is riage to Mr. William Powell will be day, Oct. 24, in the club room of the
a Methodist minister of note and came an event of the eighth of November. High School building. They enjoyed a

E. Owsley and Mr. and Mrs. A. to assist Rev. J. A. Hendry, of this very delightful program, which was popular cigar of the South. Made by the
L Sullivan were among the Theressa city, in a series of meetings at Hampton. Roy V. Turner will hereafter do the as follows:

visitors to Starke Monday. baking at the Bryan Bakery. Reading, "Life of Mozart"Kathleen STARKE CIGAR COMPANY '

C. A. Smith, Sampson City naval A number of Starke people attendedthe
stores operator, had business in Starke Mr. F. H. Brooks and family have foot ball game in Gainesville last Piano Piano solo-Ruth solo-Maud Poppell.Williams. Geo. Massey, Prop. . Starke, Fla.Newest .
moved Worcester Mass. We
to regret Saturday. Among those who motoredover
to lose this, good, industrious Reading-Mrs. Hughes. ----J.} I II
were Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Johns, I
from town but Mr. L ooks' Piano solo-Jessie Mae Baisden.
family our t
Mr. and Ml' David Wills last Miss Neva Turner, Messrs. William .
$ spent Piano solo-Kate-Young. I
bua.i.ees was such that the nuve seemed
week with relatives in and around Wainwright, George White, Frank Reading, "Life of Mozart"Margaret i '.j
Gainesville.John necessary Lane and Prof. S. S. Dowling. Livingston.Piano ,
solo-Lucile Tatum. {. I
Kelly has established a shin- Mrs. N: B. Hull has as her guests Geo. A. Edwards, a former Lake Piano solo-Ethel Griffin. .

.. gle mill south of Starke on the railroad her mother, Mrs. B. Kosel, and her Butler boy, but now of Ellenton, Manatee Felix Mendelssohn is the composerto .

near Mt. Nebo church. sister, Miss Margaret Kosel, of Hemp- county, writes us that he is much be studied next time. .'
r stead, Long Island. After spending a pleased with his adopted town. Ellen- The club adjourned to meet with i iti
P. M. Hagan and A. A. McDonald while in Starke, Mrs) Kosel and Miss ton, while producing all the South Miss Kathleen Alvarez two weeks \\1 1l

were among the Hampton visitors to Kosel will go Homestead to visit other Florida staples in abundance, has also from Thursday. l
Starke relatives. the largest fuller's earth mines in the t .
Monday. AILEEN ALVAREZ, "...
world, the annual products of whichare Club Reporter.

Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Maines, of Lake Mrs.] F. A. Scott, District Public worth hundreds of thousands of .. .h j

Butler, were guests of friends here Health Nurse, went over to Lake But dollars. ffff ffffffffi + t

Monday. ler Monday to spend the entire weekat .. : .
the Bradford County Fair, where Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Dowling have
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Hallowe'en party tonight. Everybody she will give advice, information, instruction returned home from Jacksonville, CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING .
invited to masked. Admis- where Mr. Dowling spent some time
come and, literature along the lines fffft ffffff + + + 4 ,
sion 15 cents.Delicious of health and sanitation.R. at a sanitarium. His campaign, the 'v r c 1
arduous work in his office and the recent FOR SALE-Good horse. D. C. .

sandwiches, coffee, cocoa hot weather all combined to bringon Jones, Starke. 714tf. \ y.

and home made candy on sale at the B. Lee, of Theressa, was in nervous prostration, for which trou- ,
Starke Monday, and while here he
Armory tonight. ble he pu thimself under physicians'care WANTED-600 bushels potatoes. See
drew our attention to a mistake in the while Mrs. Dowling kept him Brown & Son. 2t.

Rev. and Mrs. T. B. Lawrence, ol Telegraph, where Messrs. Morgan ands company and nursed him. They areboth .----- 'r
'.. Lawtey,( were visiting friends in Jacob Lee had been designated as the in good health now, to the joy of
city sons of M. W. Lee, whereas their father their many friends. FOR SALE-Restaurant doing good
Wednesday. business. Will bear close investigation. Nedkw I"
"., is R. B. Lee. ar
Starke Fla. 10-13-tf. "
Box 131 ,
Mrs. George Thomas and children,, }Ir. and Mrs. S. J. Prescott, }Ir. Hi ., J

of Stuart, are visiting at the home oi Tta OnUM That Dots Not Affect Tin Hud ram Prescott and Miss Gladys Pres '- '
her father, Rev. L. W. Kkkliter. Became of It* tonic and laxative effect.LAXATIVE cott returned home Thursday, after a WOOD FOR SALE-Leave your or- We can show you the same
BRQMO QUININE i better than ordinary three weeks' auto trip through Geor- ders for stove and fireplace wood at
Quinine and does not cans nervousness ncr !
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Griffin, of Jack noting In head. Remember. the full name and gia. While away they visited Mr. J. C. Manning's store. 10202t. creations in la&es' : j

sonville, spent the week end with Mr look for the aumature of >+ W. GROVE. zxState and Mrs. N. T. Gill and family, of Savannah that would find in tlae
O. J. Griffin and,family. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. King and FOR SALE-Farm of 40 acres, 1% you J

of Ohio. City of Toledo Mr. Guy Prescott, of Brunswick, Mr. miles southwest of Lawtey, 14 acres big city stores. _i '
Lucas County sa.Frenk and Mrs. F. P. Prescott, of Waycross, in cultivation, dwelling, tenant i
See Stump's
the remnant counter at
J. Cheney makes oath that he and Mr. and Mrs. Raymcnd Prescott house, barn, smokehouse. Price .

Cheney Is senior A partner Co., doing of the business firm of In F.thee J. and family, of Valdosta. They were in l $1,200. R. M. Johnson, Lawtey, Fla. They include everything from the finest

Mr. L. L. Conner and wife of City of Toledo. County and State aforesaid the latter city during the fair. 10203t. '
Wateroalc section, were guests of Mr. ,Of and ONE that HUNDRED said firm DOLLARS will pay tho for lace or embroidered effects right dawn to J Jplain
N. T. Ritch last week. each and every case of Catarrh that WANTED-Shipments of good sweet !
cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S potatoes, fresh eggs, new syrup. white collars -something stylish at;
You will miss the time of your lif preaeneeothie and subscribedIn PLUMBING Write what kind of produce you any price you wish to pay. Come it}: 4 .
of Decem
my day have to sell. C. B. Hubbard, produce
If yoi fail to see the grand march lee ber. A. D. 1J86. A. W. GLEASON.
Notary Public. A* dealer, St. Petersburg, Fla. and see them.LANE'SSTARKEL.
by twenty ghosts at the HaUowe'er.party I (Seal) reasonable prices. ,
Hairs Catarrh Cure" is taken Internally F'rst-Class work and 10-27-2t.
tonight. and acts through the Blood on the '
',' Don't fail to go in the chamber oi f Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send ateriaL '
: for testimonials free. uigley Lumber & Supply Co. LOST-Large brown pointer, with
hoftQpa ha r
': ;..also be .ure. to e.YOUI.
P. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. white breast named "Brown."
JPicture made, only .10 cents-at thE Sold by all Drue-gist. 75c. on ; _; .
Reward Sim Gardiner Starke.
Annory.. Haa's Family Pills for conatlyatton.p by

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QUALIFIED ELECTORS. [\ agL... X. 1. h..nn..d JetherDraprr. CoUon. B. O. Forsyth, J. S. REST AND HEALTH ROOM.
; S. ."'-. K..I",. R. W. Cnwby. L.V.. Fow'.er G. A.
V)..... J. F. hIt. Elijah Cn.. 'y. P. A.CoUon. Fowler. W. C. Build for Winte
DR.. C. htl"< J' 31.t'd : J. G. Carney. H. 1'. Through the kindness cf the Up :
Following i is the list cf qualifielectors l't'. ,. J. It.\t. H. H. Cris.Vay: Gatlin. H. L Brad-
the cf DUllcan. L A. Lan\lf, rd. 11'. E. COLA n. F. L Gatlm. J. H. ford County Fair Association, a rest

of several precincts Dt-.I"! P. P. Lee. \\ n. Jr. Cn...by. E. L.Cwws. .Green. A. L. room has been provided in the second Clear out the congestion that has disturbed
Rrldf,1rdl1t Florida JamesCrmmor Ga.nry L R.Goodjre. your
: published In {1.-h"lt. John B. I.aaihoits.: w. FDrggtrs
W. J.Gainer. floor of the fair building With the breathing ar.d weakened digestion:
accordance with law: c. H. Lan"rd. J. A. *. J. E. your ani reinvigorate .
Du\.n' B. L lAT. D. L Car R'!**>ardCrews. H. co-operation of the Woman's Club of al! the bodily processe. to do thei-,
l'-b. :. T. Ian.. .\. I. C. J. Grwn. L R. I full
District No. 1. l'a E. W. )Iar ..,.. It. H. Con. W. 'S.Crby. Gn.io\er. J. R. Lake Butler, an exhibit and conference ; share in cold weather, and thus build yourself

\ndy'u. Jan S.Aspnvren. Lane. Wm. Vra-J. r. L 1Iar-.r.-. Jat o.s..>n C. F Ginn. W. L will be held in this room all during to perfect health. up

John A.Ar&non. Linton.I'. H. Ialft"J..>III E. Schell F. G. Ce!nmors. L Ginn. F. I. fair week. Every person attending -
Tom J. LuV*. F. L "urrr.Jn Shaw. J. J. Cunnicuha-n.: E. J. Hu n.\. A. PERUNA IS INVIGORATIONIt
Ardt-rwn. Robl. P.Aharvi. Mib*. J. M. )I"tt. J. It. Smith. X. J. Hut T. C. Frvscftt. S. L the fair is cordially invited to visit
A. B. M.vrx. J. H. Na>n. L K. :1cJ.an.i. :. A. Haren. G. W. Falmer.! L D.Uvtt. this rest and health room.I is a toe> tkat restores the rVar-e. tcyocrbodCy; hsr.oc; ,ektiavar
W .R. r.ho'ter. T. B. tic cute ea:;.* in yoc' ryt: -m.a:1: keyi you ip M iaer=a*.
J. H. J. B.
A.hfonL Ctv1e M Arr. J. T. Ia:> Sttphtrx'II. IL P. will be present durir.p the entire M e'er ar Wra. ) .. : 1. W.arlw.'I".I'+, J. 11.1tsen. Karen. E. M.Ha' Fedett. ;
\nJ\-s. \< .1.! ) :atrtbtaham tin {<:<.:1i: i; a naD.E.d in aI: t.1:rha I COII1tNU.. Tbt1rer.snce
.\ J. P. M'''t'l' J. Aire: O'S!"'_ H. J. ::. Path! Firhp'.s:. I. W. Jr.F.choUter. week and will be very glad to give advice pats tie! miylc-jr*. PEELS A tat rood tFpty

Abraham. H. X. Morton. T. H. Moan. It L ;:.m;.'r.. J. L HarrelL W. H. W. E. information instruction and lit- tf its: pZ ..... its va:.... Tab:et torn a I ccnv-i>tt foe ;
..kntittsan John xi.Wrfv. av.. 3Lrs. John Srciaad. B. O. Ha:*n. P. W. I. .:!C:> f'T D. W. 0'e Cy:ck.,_.. '..wow I Uiai; ic tale aid ea.-y to CL'rJ .
Fro-n. iVv W. Max! >n.. M. C. 1!...'r:. J. R S.1\"t e, C. Aleeks. Hs u.. S. Ftablcer. J. W. erature along the lines of health and 1 /2J..r. wiii you. r '
F'irtJ-arJ.! K. L. Moore. J. T. ) f. G. rici.sJ.! A. C. Hayes. X. G. Fnhosta. A. J. sanitation.: ;:: Mama Tab'eu are tie ida! Uiat:>*. Trey ecrTKt /

F1"ul.rJ" n MKR*. T. M. 3lddetor.: E. f. S; :* !
'. Farr-ett. J. C. especially glad to meet all You tt.gtLa the.:
Kthasnon. J. M. Mot C C. ei. F. f. 'a'INI. A. D. Ha L A. P. ."
P.nr.tt. D. Richard 3L'tt. X. C. Izrei.; J. R. $..a".ry. Get re Harre!!. W. M. R.:;;..ell A. F mothers with small children, and anyone Cobmbui Ohio Ir ,
Tie Peruaa Company :
K-tanncn.: John \\i\\tr.\ Let ':.)n.... J. I!. :ant.>n. H. X.Mai. Haien. O. B. R.er.ard. C. M.SherVy. having tuberculosis. r ,
J.of.. .tar.t.'ft. H. F.Jr. John L L T. B.Sfaw. .
I:, nnf.t. H B. Jr. MoCVuy.: J. B. ..
Ia:: ktoura. T. F. McC r.utei. John P. i 1-:: E. W. :..'::\.- f. S31aby. Jorw. U. D. J. )[. Sr.Shaw. Please do not fail to visit this room
liiwmnff.: T. B. Method. J. J. F. A. S.indrL W. H. Ko1!'.". J. H.KeV.y. J. C.Sirrency. while! at the fair. u- -
Mrr. t. )1. 31. u Ray : C. S. A. B.Sr.aw. :
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Faneu: -d. \. M.Ituriwjr MfCorm'.cV.' John B. - -:: -
Eterttt E. McCormif\.. Janirt 0.UClBdon. :snn. L Y. :-:t"art. W H. Ke"y: C. M. C. X. Respectfully,
II'n1tt. H. B. > J. Clwwning !of,..'h:. l' D. T>..n..r.J. T. J. Lccnca. E. Sr.a.A.. B.Sowel IRS. F. A. SCOTT.. - -

J. B.'eMtan.. J. M.Xorrr.r. 3a.ek11.. )I. M. T>'"T-.nJ. J. W. Lamb L L !. A. J.Sjrrency. :2t.:! Dist. Public Health Xurse.
1: >"!1. Mircn F. W. FI.thsnnrn. Mdt.nts. :Yo L TiI'. M. F. I.s. H. R. H. C.Sirrercy. I :
J. E. ">!'!nan. J. S. )'..(;111. Are!: t? Tem. W. A. Len i. G. W. L F. I '
1.1:0': Fran M. Neman. W. X. Mct\'tid.: P. r. Th.n >. C. A. Less. R. F. So u1l L W. Sash. Doors. Glass.
B gin.'E. L. N<.rm ... J. M.Xorrr.in. !oIo'S-. W. F. TayO>r. R. R. Lews.: L R. Snaw.: J. M. Jr. TRY IT! SUBSTITUTEFOR j
Kr\j Ferry H. S.Noimaa. !cGI:1. P. T. Tsn..nd. J R.Iclal. Lyna. Z. O :1: ""ncy. A. FLevis.
wrung. ) : F L T".n..nJ. J. Eo J. \V.Uwi Ssr.xer. J R .
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\ Brown. ?. W. I. X. )!cCa::. C. C. Th mas. I"A'ry *. E. J.Lews. Sr.er.ty.: P. F. ;
t etxer. Xtvh (\:t. \. A. New.'n:". F D. Tomiz: ; ,-'r. O. F. Steve S sw. J. McT.Steph Oils. Paints
}1..in.. J. B. Far J.. Jean Lar .:n.>re. G. F. _'n. C. G. I
Xrt.ts.: J It Towtecd. W. C. Lycn. M.Vathecy. 5:"\cn''. S. B. '
IRntt. G. W. r.anr*. it. T. Starts your Liver Without Making -
li'.ae l'um. J. S.H Ftam. G. Ha't'.d o F-i r'Y. R. L T ft.lIti. 0 A. M F. Srarwn: HaveyTw
ruul' P. L 1\..i.'m. F. T. TnaJ..s W. F- VeS.B.:G. W. >ra.O W.
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IV O.in: j'a arrsr.. H. H. \j'm. L C. T.'mlts.'t. ILO M.-ntac. L ; Mouldings.
Chao. Sa>!BonC Fa=tnt.,.. R. l'. ":">:!'ftt. W. !<(. T.JJ. G. W.l'.t..n. )!tIn.. P. C. .. J. P. Salivate.
Farce Kctt. S M. Tao:U$. P. B.
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;. Cprfo d. lu' W. F rrwr.-r. H. F.f..nt. Faiczt: :. J. P. TNi!""..'!!. c. 1' Yo:2J.. J. H. F Every druggist in to'l1YodIlg..
C.farur. Fes'e. H. C. ru! : 1'". G. \'. T".nJ. f M.Frtr'r. ValrKrf. W P. wi"a n. J. H.
.J.)I. P. I'a-n.ont..r. J F. J. W. Th'mu, T. 1' V.jrrhre. E-; B. Wari: E.; J. gist ad everybody's druggist has no- I .
V R. I'n ccr.A. F Tb'na.s.: S.:: :. NaiV.. S.Xewsois W''t. C F. t I
Cra forJ. W. R.Crauforvl. I'ry'-st tired of -
a great falling in the sale
r"lc"'t..r. H. F. TireIL J. FFa *. A. G. Ward. Ca-i
.. H.E. R.Traxfonl. s.. l'NU F-etstt.:iJ Jef. C. ",.e::. R \. Tay.- R. H. Xw .....re. Cart \\ a:1"L'n. W. FNed. I cf calomel' They all give the same I a Rough and Dressed
Wa'e: water T W.
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CT tbs. Fraa5s Pa.ton.Cry ; .M. I'-e.tt.l'.aA:1 hr C. Farr w f T. \'aT.n' VenFsrrsh. Vteec. L F. Wa-i T FWi. i reason. Dodson's Liver Tone is takingS j

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Carry. iV\v W. F.t+r'e.Carr. E :. I Dodson's: Liver Tone is
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Sam J. Rails;. W. M..ri. Bat '!'. C. F. W: k n. F
J. M. J. FRi4rs. : J. A. -: !'!'1.!. J. B. guaranteed by druggist who
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Sar'ir.C.aN'L I.A.X. District No. 3.isleaa AaiT-.0.3. G'wee. Las l!13 day's work! Take | "The Happy Home Builders"HULL'S I
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VOTERS. Hutchinson W. E. Varnes \\'. A.Varnes Andrews F. A. Ioody. O. B. the State of Florida.
; D. A. M. Adkins .. E. Moody S. W. For one Railroad Commissioner of the the State of Florida or by the Unite States. 210 f. W 420 ft to beg. Sec. 5, Tp. 7, R.
f (Conti'iuedFrom Page 8.) Jones J. V. Wilson. J. H. Andrews. R. A. llathu, Robert of Florida. Stite which ever is the last taken several 22 acres assessed Mili-g Roberson. i
ti Johns. B. Banks counties of the State. and those that shall Unless said certificates shall be
Witt. F. M. J. J. Mabrey. Wm. For State Senator for 15th Senatorial District rrdifniedaccording
kf C. S. Kite RobertEdWrdS. Jones David Wynn. R. R. Crt'ws. S. L l'arJ-.er. W. 31. of the of meet eery ten year thereafter shal apportion to law tax deed ,'i:1: issue Utreon

". DliDg.. J. W. Kite. PerryKickliter. Jones Wm. Wilson. H. S. Crews S. C. Poppell T. J. For Two Stat'Ilember Forid House of Representatives the representation in the in the Houe of fp on the 13th day of Non-miier, A-. D. 191%'.
R. 51. L. ,V. Jones Wiley Weest. H. B. Edwards E. V.'. Renfroe J. B. of the State of Florida. rentati.e manner In thi Article pr Witness my official signiture and seal this
Ellenon. John A. Kelly, R .E. Johns. S. R. Williams H. B. Hedge W. 31. Renfroc E. B. For County Judge. vided. which apportionment be based up the llth day of October A. D. 1916. ,
.c. Ellington,Isaac Kite, Letter Johns Ruie Williams. A. M.Wyrm. Johns F. S. Renfroc B. F. For Sheriff. on the last censu enumeration taken by the (Seil) V. T. WEEKS.
1: State of
Edwards. I. R. Kite David Johns. P. E. H. C. Johns, C. C. Sapp B. B. For f\'tk\ of the Circuit or by the United States 10-12-St. Clerk Circuit O urt.
: which is the
last taken
ever before
& Edw$r> ft. F. Kite Perry. Jr. Johnson. J. F. Weeks. 0. M. D. Johns W. J. Sapp B. J. For County Assessor of Court. Legislature the -
l Edwards J. S. Kelly, D. G. Jones N. D.Kalchreufer Watterson 3!. L.Watlerson. Johns L D. Sapp X. J. For Tax Collector. so"apportioning the representationshall :. NOTICE OF APPLICATION"rOR TAX PEED

-; Elliott G. ";. Kite Arch Wm. J. W. Johns, C. A. Jr. Sap!". G. W. For County Superintendent of Public Instruction. Section convene.4 of Article VII UNDER SECTION S OF CHAPTER48sS. .
of the Constitu-
Ev11. S. Lake.ViIIiam Kalchreuter. L. H.Villiams.. A. B. Johns I. :'>1. Sapp. R. I.. LAWS OF FLORIDA. 411
:::1, Edwards. B.\\:. Mitch. Ion!'. A.i.. Kennedy. Robert Williams. E. W. Kelly D. W. Sterricks Joseph For County Surveyor.For lows tion :is hereby amended so as to read as fol. Hereby notice is given that H. M. Cl.attain
Edwards IL ullh. T. N. Maxwell J. 3!. Williams. Charles Kelly, L. R. Turner. W. T. Five County purchaser of tat sale emigrates numbered
C. Lim. "When
Easel Commisioner. any new county is created by the respectively 11;* and 119. UsunI
by the ticol
Lewis. H. H. Kelly Thomas J. J. For Three .:
wm. District No. Boardof Legislature
8. it be
i! Edwards entitled to Senator lector for
one Bradford
D. K.FaUh. Luke. J. O. Kelly B. J. Turner. R. J. Public and shal c <(. Edwards. Lee Charles Andrews. W. H. Jr. Addison. Ira Kelly James t'mphrie. Martin For Iltructo' one the House of Representalies. said certificates being dated the 3rd .lay of !
A. Peace in and for the
C. the
next enumeration provided for A.
Andrews, A. D. Andrews J. AuWt. D. 1914, has the said rti-
r llhtr. Wm.Freeman. Lewis Livingston, E. J.G. C. Addison Mack Adkins. Aleck E. District No. 11. following No. One.Justice Districts viz : in Section 5, of this Article, that shall be ficates in my office and .II..1 application,

"., A. H.Futch. Lonit. F. H. Andrews, B. B. Byrd. Jasper Abernathy. E. D. 3lcEver. W. T. No. Two. taken after the creation of the said new for tax deed to issue in accotdance with law. ; C
E. county. or until the
) J. next
census enumeration The
: : Anderson. G. W. Abernathy. S. J'. Pre'att. said certificates respectively embra-v the
M. J. Lewis. W. E. Byrd. Harmon Lacy No. Three. that shall be taken by the United
States f
Forsyth. ? following lands in Bradford
Addison. J. W. Byrd. D. J. Reynolds Forrest county. Hi-riJn.
E. Lattenntn. H. E. Bryan. B. M. No. Four. America after
Sam the
) Franklin. creation of the said new assessed at the date of issuance '
Roberts. B. F. Anderson. T. V. Bryan. J. P. Byrd. J. J. Roberts. Roy No. Five. whichever tie o' such
W. county. shall the
;, Lee G- Alvarez. J. C. Bishop. C. H. Reynolds. M. sooner b taken certificates in the respectively hereinafter -
Rembert. H. G. Browning D. B. No. Six after the creation of the said when .
R> new county. particularly! set fortn.
. Let Reynolds. Isaac Andrews. A. D. Jr. Byrd. Hardy Byrd. D. 31. Reynolds, James No. Se Let'Jeff to one member of
RiKire. P. M. Bloodworth. C. H. Kelly Blake Be'i\1.\ .. R. Roberts C. B. No. Eight. House of the Certificate No. 118 rmbafcs the following :
U* h. I. I.. Representatives for every ten thous- Com at NW cor of a.l"w'l and Myrtle .
ShatTer.F.P. Bloodworth W. M. Kite Bolus Barry J. C. Surrency J. H. No. Nine.No. and of sts
Lee.L.F. Sistrunk. G. M. Brooks J. A. Lennon. D. Crews. J. E. Stone George Ten. thereof ppulaton. or the major" fraction and run W along Madison St 210 f. thence
Let E.f.1'm I' Strickland. R. D. Bryan B. R. Lewis J. T. Crews. A. C. Stuart E. T. No. Eleven. A JOINT RESOLUTION eme other counties. S along said st 334 ft to I'l of / in Ga>-

Le..rla, E. C. Sal I). J. B. Byrd. PeterBrowning. Lewis T. E. Dyal T. A. Stokes H. B. For Constable 'n and for the following 'Jus ment to Section 1 of Proposing Article an VI amend of the N kins 334 add to thence Starke E 210 Sec.ft 2!'. Tn. 6. S. R:: E.
LeW l. to Myrtle
J. L .
Strickland. A. O. W. A. Lewis J. P. D'al O. W. Surrency tice Districts viI: Constitution of the State f
Jd Florida
Lewil. Byrd. J. C. Davis J. B. Smith I.. C. a 2 acres I.. M. I.u:.
;, Silcox.! D. L. Mann 3!. W. Number One. by Joint Resolution Acts asee
Let Carlos Simmons. Lacy Bryan. Wilson Morgan, Isom Fog, Chl'Sley Surr ncy. R. \V. Number Two. amende. Relating to No.2. 119 .mb.ct the following::
loore.*. H Silcux. James Bennett.. D. Moore.: C. F. Gray L Surrency J. H. Number Three. bility. Suffrage and Eligi Com at SW cor of Madison and Mjrtlv eta
", Miner. U. D.F. Silcox.! Walter Byrd. J. Ed. Moore F. H. Grnes. J. A. Thomas J. N. Number Four. BE it Resolved by the and run S along Myrtle .t 105 ft. tlu.re W
S. Legislature of toe Stateof
at right angles to said ut 105 ft.
Morgan. tbfiH-e
Sweat. O. B. Bryant J. L. Morgan.: M. M. Hilliard. Doc. Thomas. S. T. Number Five. Florida S
lICk M3SS F. Smith. J. F. Crews, A. L Mizell.: A. P. Jones, P. C. Watts J. W. Number Six. That the : parallel with said 8t 105 f:. thence W *..:right:
following amendment
to Section
Malpillirl. 1
angles to said st 105 ft. thence N 21" ft to '
Cason. D. Carl L A.
C. Jones
Wynn Number
J. M. Stump. F. F. Morgan W. M.Matthews. Seven. of Article VI of the Constitution of the State Madison
st. thence E Madison
alnntr st 210
)liDlOn Scott F. A.Smith Crawford C. : B. Z. Jones, Rufus Wynn X. Number of Florida be. and the
C. is
J. Eight same agreed ft to of in
hereby pt beg Gaskins aId to Start; S.2 .
Cobb. R. O. N. D. Wasdin.V.. T. -
Jones Number
Morgan, Lee .
C. A.1atthe. to and
r Henry Jr be submitted to the electors of
Mitchell shal Tp. 6. S. R. 22 E., as-essed L. M Lit-
Cannon K. C. Koon George Wasdin. T. W. Number Ten.
Mann J.
E. S. Sherman. II. C. F. the the general election in 1916 forratification
*' Crawford. J. M. : Lane A. Wasdin 11. D. Number Eleven.In .
A. Sweat. T. W.Stevenson Martin J. W.McKinney. or rejection : tle.Unl.'s said
May W.J. W. Henry Cason. W. C. W. B. Lamber. S. W. Wasdin R. S. testimony wherof. I have hereunto set Section 1. Every male person"of the age of according to certificates shal be ro.ltmf
tax issue
Morgan. Cone. T. J. !Mills Thomas s' hand and the deed ,'i (rn
Morgan John A. Sullivan. Clarence McCormick. J. S. my afixe Great Seal of the twenty-one yt'ar and upwards who is a citizen on the 13th day of D. 191C-
)lasse,. Geo. L Scott. A. L Cason. J. B. McCranie, J. H. District No. 12.Alderman State of ., Talahasse. the Capital. of the United States at the time he applies Witness my lo'emhet. and this
Cowart. Tom this the Sal
Sullivan. K. B. Newman, I. N. A. D. to register shall be deemed
Mitchell. Henry Sr. Augut. a qualifiedelector the llth day of October A. )>. 1916.
.. H. IiAlderman.
B. May.
Chester, J. A. 1915.
Frank Shipman. E. U Nichols. J. W. at all elections under the Constitution (
Morgan i.. V. Silcox. W. O. Crawford. J. W. Norman F. T. H. G. May. 31. E. H. CLAY CRA WFORDD. 'of the State of Florida pro,ided. that he posses Seal Clink W. T. WEEK .
Meore. Cone J. B. Bristow H. 3loore. D. W. (I.. S.) 10-13-5t Circuit Court
A. Snell W. E. Norman F. M. Secretary State. "ts the following qualifications: .
Mi l on.C.J. M. Sapp. WilliamYurrhce. Cone. C. H. Norman S. J.Newmans Bryant Walter Xeal. 1'. 11.80w'n. To S. B. DEXlIRK. Sheriff Bradford He shall have resided and had his permanent NOTICE FOR '-

Mitchell. C. E. Sternberu, N. Dyal. G. W. J. M. W. A. Norton C. L County. 9-1- home and place of abode in the State of Department of the P18rICATIX.. !s office: .
G. 31. J. E.
E. J. Silcox J. J. Dowlin. J. R Newmans. Jack Bennett Florida for,one year. and in the county where at Gainesville, Fla.. ?. 1916.
) urrhee. J. P.nn"An Oct ,.
W. F. Strong. R. O. Denmark J. H.Djal Norman. J. R.Nauright. Bolt Joseph,, Philips Notice in he applies to register for six months, previous Notice is hereby that William C. Starr
Miller. T t' Pil; ;nQ .J rCloversettle. of Application for Tax I
W. H. Steiens. J. N. G. E. J. R. : : Dee thereto.He of Starke. Florida who on July 15. 1911. made
Miner. C. A. Stokes. 0. O. Bowling. H. Norman. Everett Fred Philips, James Under Section 8 of Chapter must be able to read. write and inter- homestead entry No. 09>)I1, for NW quarter
Marks.. D. M. Swanbom, A. Dowlintr H. T. Norman, R. G. Cason. R. M. Philips, D. J. Laws Of Florida. pret any Section of the Constitution of the of section 10 Township 6 S. Range 23 V. Tallahassee -
loore* T. F. Smith.! L. J. Dixon D. M.Dowling. Osteen H. A. DryJen. W. T. Ridel!. J. B. State of Florida at th? time he applies to reg- Meridian has fled notice of inten-
Mansell. J. E. Gufford. S. P. Sullivan M. Z. Notice is hereby given that F. Flume later and .
D. W. Strickland. C. B. Parker. W. S. vote. ti' It to m&|.e ( H ftfnbl.sl
L. U. Strickland. Geo. Denmark P. S. Pettie. G. W. Gale. Robert Sullivan. A. purchaser of tax certificate No. 191,, He must own in his own right property to claim to the land above described, before Clerk
Morgan. W. W. Sweat. G. C. Dyal. & B. Prexatt J. W. Griner. J. S. Sullivan C.Griner. the value of not less than five hundred dol Circuit Court at Starke Florida on the 23rd
: Msnsell. Strickland Jess Dees. H. W. Padgett. G. W. J. S. Jr. Sullivan. A. L. dated the 3rd day of August, A. D. lars which fact shall b determined; only by day of November, 1911. .

:f Miner, Everett J. S. Slan -bt : Mercer. bowling, T. J. Hmson. G. W.Vashington.. R W. time he Starling, of Lawt'.y. Florida.
W. Scott E. C. Pelty Rance office and applies to register and vote. Joseph
has made for
f Mills. Itobert: Silcox. C. T. Dubose, W. I. Purvis. ClemPadgitt. Holder. J. B. Woodward. S. B. application He must pot have been convicted previous James Hornsby of Starke, Florida.
4. Mills. J.Aaron B. tllle! ). Ben Drake. M. M. W. M. Heiberger, R. C. Youngblood. C. A. tax deed to issue in accordance with, to the time he applies to register or vote of Hardy Williams of Starke. Florida.C. .

Minton.K. D. Stern August Dennbon. E. M. Purvis. 1)V.. Jones W. A. law. Said certificate embraces the following larceny, robbery forgery, perjury or bribery C. Ward of Stark Florida.
Mott W. A. Stern. HarryStrickland Eunice. E. J. Raiford. H. W.Rosier I hereby certify that the foregoingis in any of the courts of any State or of the ROPr. W. DAVl'3,
: Moitt, described situated in 10-13-5t
Farrelly. J. J. property United if
N. J. T. B. Sttes. or to convicted he must It.itH.
:: Mo tt. A.J. T.E. Sutrunk. C. H. Futch. L. C. Ritch. N. T. Jr. a true list of the registered and Bradford County, Florida, towit: have bn restored t the rights of citizen

Moody. Orville Selen. August Futch E. D. Rosier. B. J. qualified electors of Bradford county, South of NE ship.
)toitt, one-
: Silcox. S. S. Forsyth. D. J. Rosier M. C. three-quarters Provided however. That no person or lineal
MottY.Wallace. F. Starling B. J. Farnell. W. W. Rosier. J. E. to the best of my knowledge and in fourth of NE one-fourth, Sec. 12, Tp. descendant o a inch person who was on

Mo Mills.e\t'y.\ R. W. Scarborough B. C. Fulch. J. M. Reynolds. Lewis formation. 8, S. R. 2 E., 30 acres. said land January first prior thereto entitled
Swindcl L. F.lunkulh. Freddell. W. F. Reddish J. M. : Te to vote under the Constitution and laws of ps"ESPECIAILLY
J. $
Moore. N. A. KNIGHT assessed at the of the issuance $
C. being
W. N. Starling. Joe E. Futch. I.. H. Reddish, R. A. any of the States or T.rritrie. or entitled
)Morgan. M. M. Stevenson. Henry L. Fowler. M. P. Roberts. W. I. Supervisor of Registration of Electorsof of such certificate in the name to vote under any form government or any

Mott. B. L. Stewart. G. W. Gordon C. T. Rigdon. E. T. Bradford Florida. of Unknown. Unless said certificate naturalized citizen or his descendants shall
a G. Strickland. Charlie Griff, S. Ritch. W. T. be denied the right to register and vote because
Mason McKinney John A. JMcRa Smith. H. O. Griffis. E. W. Ritch. J. G. shall be redeemed according to law, he shall not be able to read write and

!. Harley M. Sullivan. J. E. Green Perry Hitch L. B. tax deed will issue there on on the interpret any Section of the Constitution of
M. J.McClenaghan Shaw. L. W. Griff. Bryant Ritch. J. H. the State of Florida a above provide or b
McRae. 30th day of October A. D. 1916.
he shall
J. R. Swanbom. .R. Griffis. E. D. Robier. G. W. cause not own ADAPTED
McRae. D. 0. Pa.sber DanSutherland. Graham W. S. Rosier. ElterReynolds COFFINS CASKETS Witness my official signature and above specified ; naturalized citizens of the -

McKae. J. C.Viney Sydboten. A.. J.C. J. Griffis.Gordon Willie 0. B. Roberts ,Isaac E. D. I And a full line ofUndertakers' seal this the 26th day of September, and United before States they, however shall be at admitted the time to they register apply FOR YOUR STATE

MeKinney. Ray Snellitrovea. G. W. Griffis. Joe Roberson S. R A. D. 1916. W. T. WEEKS, shall present to the registration officer certificate -

MeMillian.McKinney P. S. Seckinger. R. W. Gillyard. J. L. Register. S. J. Supplies Clerk Circuit Court. of his naturalization, or a duly authenticated -

Nasa.McKiuney.0. L.A. J. Sibley.Thompson.I.. G.J. S. Green Gunter. Gid J. N. Rosier.Raulerson.Brantley J. B. Always on hand. The best ser- (Seal) 9-29-5t Section copy 2.thereof.Upon the adoption of this amend. FREE ;!

Griffis. J. H. ment to the Constitution. the Legislature shall
Neal. C. R. Thomas, Jesse Rowe J. A. vice at the lowest prices. Special
Thomas TrumanNorman. Griffis. R. S.Griffis Smith. Albert enact appropriate laws to carry the purpose ,
Neal Ed. Robert Smith. S. W. attention to telegraph orders. of this amendment into :
Newsom Perry Thomas. J. S. Green. H. S. Starling W. J. The votes eat in compliance with the proposed

Nelson. 0. T. Truby J. M. Griffis. Raymond Sweat, J. B. RegisteredEmbalmer WHEREAS. The Legislature of 1915 under amendments, and the canvass, declarations
Nevills. Richard Thomas. E. M. N. M. Sapp G. C.Griffis the Constitution of 1885. of the State of Florida and returns tht'rf. shall be subjectedto YhK CATALOGUE ANDWEEKL
Norman, W. H. Thomas. A. J. Sidney Sapp. L. L. did pass three Joint Resolutions the same regulations and restrictions as '
Newiom R. A. Tillis. G. C. Gordon. P. D. Sparkman W. A. DeWITT C. JONES \ amendments to the Constitution propinl are provided by law for general elections in UIL. Y :,,
Nash J. C. Truby. J. J. Gordon Cowart Smith E. L State of Florida and the game were agreed to the State of Florida.
Newtom, C. H. Tompkirs V.", I. Green H. L. Sapp. Lem Suc'sr to G. C. Livingston & Co by a vote of three-fifths of al the membraelected IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. Ihare P2. PRICE LIST

J. H. Tison. Theodore Green Levy Smith. C. T. Starke Fla. to each house ; that votes hereunto set my hand and ;
Nichols. Samuel Turner. J. O. Griff II. R. R. Sapp J. S. Joint Resolutions were entered upon their respective affixed the Great Seal of the
Neal. M. L. Tyler. J. A. Griffis. R. C. Starling, J. S. Journals, with the yeas and nays (SEAL State of Florida at Tallahassee, SEND FOR
Newmans' M. D. Tison SamNoitsis.n. Green R. J. Sapp. U. G.GaiJin. I thereon, and they did determine and dirt the Capitol thi the twenty-
J. W. Tison. Gad E. Smith, D. that the said Joint Resolutions be submittedto fifth day of A. D. 1916. THEMTooAy.kINSELDOX
Nl'W\!(>m. B. E. Turner. U. G. Griffis Lacy Stevenson S. G. the electors of the State at the General H. CLAY CRAWFORD. .
+ + + + + + + + + +
Fe'"b.m. 0. T. Tomlinson J. P. Griffis R. D. Stripling. R. A. + + + + + Election in November 1916. S-M4t Secretary of State.

tedri. I L.Oilman. Thomas. A. W. Griffis Joel Stokes R. D. + LEGAL NOTICES NOW THEREFORE. I. H. CLAY CRAWFORD -
G. H. Thomas. Geo. Green Truby Sapp A. T. Secretary of State of the State of
Oliver A. J. Thomas. J. J. Hilliard. D. P. Taylor. M. S. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Florida: do hereby give notice that a NOTICE OF FINAL. DSCHARGE I
Thrower. 0. A. Hunter. C. H. Taylor. B. I. ELECTIONwill Six months after date herf the
Oliver. Martin NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED \ 14th day of January. 1917 I will
Berry Thrower. E. D. Milliard. C. L. Thornton J. E. be held in each county in Florida on present my > FLA.
Oitcen. CHAPTER 8 of
L. Handley. T. B. Thornton H. P. UNDER vouchers and final account to the Honorable JACKONVI .
Onady, Lee Turner. Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday in
F. 4888 Gardiner. County Judge of Bradford
Harnage W. Thompson. E. PThornton.E.
J. N.
H. Thomas. the
PbiliH. W. November, A. D. 1916. said Tuesday being
r' Philips. C. M. Thomas. T. C. Hall. J. W. T. Hereby notice is given that W. C. Foster the county, Florida as administrator of the estate WHAT STARKE WANTS TO KNOW '

Prescott, S. J. Thomas J. N. Hollingsworth W. M. Thompson, J. H. purchaser of tax sale certificates numbered SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER of D. S Wheeler, deceased, and asked t ..
Harris Louis Thornton. Jonah 173 and 186 issued by be dischraged as such administrator. j
Parker. John Thomas. W. L. respectively 109 168 for the ratification or rejection of the laid
Praeott. L. C. Thrower J. K. Handley. D. R. Thornton. J. S. the Tax Collector for Bradford County Florida Joint Resolutions proposing amendments This the 14th day of July. 1916. The Answer i Found in the Statement .

Pallium D. P. Turner W. M. Howard. Walter Thomas J. M., each of said certificates being dated the the Constitution of the State of Florida t: D. W. MANING. of Starke Resident
PoppfU. J. C. Tison, William Howard. J. R. Tyson. E. J. 3rd day of August. A. D. 1914. has filed the Administrator of the estate of Wheler.

Pirki Jerry Varnes,'A. V. Harrell. W. H. Tyson Horace said certificates in my office and has made A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an Amend- deceased. 7-14-6mo :

Piee. C. F. Weeks R. A. Harney. J. A. Touchton, J. R. application for tax deed to issue in accordance ment to Section 9 of Article 9 of the From week to week from
PowelL L. G. Weeks. W. T. Harrington. W. S. Thompson L. A. with) law. The said certificates respectively State Constitution. Relating Taxationand NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE year to
,Powell. C. J. Williams.. Joe Hill Harrell. J. L. Taylor Henry Jr. embrace the following lands in Finance.Be t Six months after date I will present to the year, there have been appearing in -

Powell. L. C. Wills, J. T. Henderson. A. L. Tomlinson. R. T. Bradford county Florida assessed at the date it Resolved by the Legislature of the State Hon. Geo. A. Gardiner. a County Judge of these columns statements ma-Ie by
Peek S. I.. White. J. W. Hunter. Hiram Thornton. WilliamHarnington of the issuance of such certificates in the of Florida: Bradford county Florida. my vouchers and neighbors, which we have read
Peek. C. L. Wall. W. L. H. F. Varnes, L. B. names respectively hereinafter particularly set That the following amendment of accounts a Administratrix of the estate i with interest al
Seton great of I
Harrell. J. Q. Vining. JohnValencii forth to-wit: of S. J. late of Eradford us
Parrbh E. Wright John 9 of Article 9 of the Constitution of the Sternbul county.
Prevatt J. B. Wainw right. N. D.Pievat Harrington E. D. W. S. Certificate No. 109 embraces the NE'i of relating to Taxation and Finance is hereby Stte. Florida, ask t b diharedas :I with great profit. But what ws want

J. W.Villiams.. Kit Harris. Hardy Varnes Lacy SE f. Sec. 25, Tp. 6, S. R 22 E., 40 acres agreed to and shall be submitted to the elector such Administratrix.This to know is, do they stand the greatest-
Presall. R. R. Woods. Dock Hall. W. H. Whitten, W. C. assessed A. V. Long. of the State for adoption or rejection at the 18th day of August 1916. test of all-the test of time? Here
Peck J. L.Parruh. Whit. O. W. Home. W. C. Walker. Frank Certificate No. 169 embraces the SE'i of the next general election hereafter: that is to ANGIE STRNBURG. is conclusive evidence this
J. Wynn L. J. Hutchinson A. A. Whitten. J. L. NWI. See. 4. Tp. 7. S. R 22 E., 40 acr. say. that Section 9 of Article 9 of the Constitution Administratrix of the ette Stern- on point
Powell W. C. Wilson IsomWilliams Johnson. J. E. Wea>er. R. H. S. S. Chandler. of the State amended read burg deceased. 818fimfinal from a .woman:
Philips. Percy J. H. Jones, J. C. Wilkinson. Lewis Certificate No. 175 embraces the SW'. of follows: b t --- Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Madison Ave.,

Parrtah, 0. A. Ware.E.L. Johns. S. T. Waters Fred NE ; and SWI of SE% of NW4. Sec. 11. "Section 9. There shall be exempt from NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE Starke, says, "I feel justified in recommending .
Parker Marion Warren. J. L. Jordan C. H. Whitten. W. M. Tp. 7. S. E., 50 acres, assessed L. M. taxation property t the value of five hundred Six month after this date to-wit, on the Doan's
Kidney Pills.
Powell. R. S.Parrish Wall. A. E. Johns. W. S. Wilkinson. J. W. Little. dollars every widow that a family 29th dy J.nur 191. I will present to I
t b
R. B. Wilson. Joa. E. Johnson E. P. Wesler. E. L. Certificate No. 186 embraces the SE>4 of dependent her for support to every the Geore Gardiner as County I used, them for kidney complaint and
E. J. Wilson E. L. Johns Lehman Wells. E. W. NEVi! and W 2 of NE'4 and SE'J. Sec. 3. person who is a bona fide resident of the State Judge of Coutty Florida. my vouch backache and they proved very bene-
Padgett. H. P. Wills J. C 'Johns Brady Willis. Morgan Tp. 8. S. R 22 E.. 280 acres assessed Un and has lost a limb or been disabled in war era and final accounts a executor of the last ficial." (Statement given March 10
Johns. Wester L. B. will and testament of W. ,
Eunice Rivers
known. ,
Prevttt W
P. B. lls. J. W. or I decea
PUfoot. H. G. Williard. A. Johns W. L. Whitten. W. S. Unless said certificates shall be redeemed ac and ask to be discharged auch
Johnson H. Wester. E. N. This the Tlst day of Ju'y' 1916. Lasting Results.
Poppell. J. H. Woodward. D. D. cording to law ta deed will issue thereon A JOINT RESOLUTION amendment
-Richard. H. C. Wall. T. P.Zoberson Johns.'! L. Whitten H. E. on the 11th day of November A. D. 1916. to Sections 2. 3 PrJing;Article an VII J. E. FUTCH. Over three years later, lira. Andrews
Johns Lum Wester. J. J. Witness my official signature and seal this Executor of the last Will and Testament of said
J. W. Wills. E. E. of the Constitution of the State of Florida I : cure Doan's Kid-
Johns J. J. Wilkerson. E. L. the 24th day of October A. D. 1916. W. H. Rivers deceased. 7-28-m.
4 EaUliff. Albert Williams J. G. Johna. G. W. Yarborough. W. E. Relating to Census and Apprtionment ney Pills gave has proven lasting.I .
Roberts John H.Bitch. William F. L. W. T. WEEKS. it Resolved the -
Kelly. B. D. Yarborough F. T. B b Lerllatar th Stt am just as willing to recommend
N. T. Williams. T. M. 10.2i-5t (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. of Ford NOTICE OF ri'BLICATION.
Ander Yarborough. J. E. this medicine "
Rhoden. J. F. Wainrirht. C. L. Kite. That amendment t the Constitution U. S. Land Office Gainesville Florida, now as ever
Rising J. M. Warren. E. C. Kite. Homer of the State and the September 16, 1916. I Pc 50c at al dealers. Don't sim-
Robvnon Wash Wells. Rune District No 9. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED same are hereby agreed to. and the tame shl Notice is hereby given that Colonel N. Shawof for kidney remedy get
RhoJen. Wells Roger D. ,UNDER SECTION 8 of CHAPTER submitted to the el of the
Berryan be <'CtoJ Smoker, Florida, who on July 29. 1913. Doan's Kidney Pills the
Robertson Harry Williams. T. S. Boals.i : W. ft. Leverett. B. M. 4888. LAWS OF FLORIDA. the general election in 1916. for ratification or lade adjoining farm homestead No. 012015, Mrs. same tat
Ritch. J. H. Whistler. W. H. H. Brown J. S. Lamb. I. F. Hereby notice is given that T. J. Alderman ejection : for Lot 5 of Section 18. Township 7 S. Range Andrews ha.1 twc publicly

Rod CM. White. Walter Brown J .L. Langford. P. S. purchaser of tax sale certificates num- Section 2 of Article YI I hereby amendedso 20 E. Tallahassee Meridian has filed notice ommended. Co.,
. Ro non. Wiley Williams A. R. Brown. leom Langford. A. J. bered respectively 91 and 202. issue b theTa a to read as 1010' I of intention to make Three Year Proof. to Props., Buffalo, N. Y. ((23)
" Ro.and, C. A. Willis. B. C. Brown. Abraham Long H. S. Collector for Bradford Florid. "The shall convene in the : establish claim to the land above dfrib.before ,
Robertson W. J. Wainrixht. W. M. Brown, Irvin Mott. J. R Said certificates being dated August year 1919 and thereafter shall consist of one Register A Receiver at .
Rigdon. J. J. William NedWilliamson. Brooks Walter Mizell. O. I.. and October 5th. 1914 respectively, has filed member of the Senate from each county in Florida, on the 2nd day of November. 1916. + + + + .P + + + + 4h + + + + + +

Rboden. Fred I. L. Brown. J. M. Malphurs. J. 0. said certificates in my office and has made the State and of on* member of the House Claimant names as witnesses: + +
Rea,es. J. T. Williams. Nat RnnAv' a" R' '-talA_ II o application for ta deed to issue in accordance of Representatives.. from each county in the D. M. Malphurs of Brooker, Forida + SEABOARLITYMETABLE. + II
Rhode, Levi Wells. Berry Boyd.: J. G. Mizell, O.: A.McLeod. : with law. The said certificates respectively State for every ten thousand of populationtherein J. M. Shaw of Brooker. Florida
t Register. L. D. Waters. U. C. Brown. W. L.Cheseer. O. S. ambrace the following lands in Bradford or the major fraction thereof whether L. T. Shw. of Brooker. Florida + +

,. Roberta L. E. Wainright. W. E. T. B. McLeod. G. F. County Florida assessed at the date of the may be a major fraction left over after Lu!: 'b. of Brooker. Florida + New time table takes +
Rbrlen. S. M. Williams. Hardy Cox. J. J. McLeod. R IF.Crawford. issuance ef such certificates in the names respectively dividing the whole number of population of ROBT. W. DAVIS. efec f
Robert*. Z. J. Wallace John H. G. McLeod. E. B. hereinafter particularly set forth. the county by the number ten thousand ; Provided Register. + 12:01: a. m., Sunday, May 2B. +

Robinson. J. C. Williams. John W.Roberts. Clyatt D. L. Osleen C. L.Osleen. to-wit that each county shall have at least one + Trains will arrive in Starke 88 +
W. B. Young. Henry L.. Crawford. A. C. L. F. Certificate No. 91 embraces lots 3. 4 of Blk Representative and that no County shal have SHERIFF'S SALE. + follows 4
_ulenon. J. C. Carlton. W. I. Peeples. H. C. 19 in Worthington Springs,, assessed T. C. more than three Representatives in House Notice U hereby give nthat I. S. B. Den- : +
Brymer Handy Brockmeyer R. T. Colson. M. I.. Pinkston. H. M.Pinkaton. Douglass. of Representatives. 1 be members of the House mark, sheriff of Bradford county state of + +
Crawford. J. G. J. S.Pinkston Certificate No. 202 embraces the S1-. of NE'. of Representatives shall be elected for a term Florida under and b virtue of that certiii + Jacksonville to +
District No. 7.Adams. Clark. T. R. T. A.Pinkston. of SE14 and W' of SE of SW'4. Sec. 12, of two years and the members of the Senate writ of execution issue out of and under TamP e f
Dubo e. J. I. Thomas Tp. 5. S. R. 22:E., 40 acres assessed Un- shall be elected for a term of four years except the seal of the tit: or Bradford eoun- No. 1 ___________ p. m. +

Irley Middleton W. K.Aleiandr. Dukes W. D. Parrwh W. L. known. a hereinafter pr\ide The election for ty. f ion J t against C. G. Holland, and !r f p. No. 3 _____. _____10:40 a. m. +
W. B. Mullady. John Douglas. W. H. Parrish. J. H. Unless said certificates shall be redeemed ac m"mbr for each brlch be at the same von of W. C. Taylor and dated the 13th day
Admoi. Frank Marr. 0. Douglass, T. C. Parrish L. L.Duhece. cordinl to law, ta deed will issue thereon time places. Th term of office of Senators of November 1915 wi offer for sale and + No. 9 __--_______ 2:52p.m. +
i Bruncn, J. J. F. Marr. J. I. S. W. Parrish. M. J. CTth day of November A. D. 1916.Witness elected in abal expir on the frat eel! to the highest best bidder for cash + + .
Bedenbaugh. L. H. Mitchell. Morgan Dukes. P. O. Parrish. S. A. my official signature and eeal this Monday in April term of at the eour house door in the Town of Starke +
Brewn. L. B. McDonald. J. A. Dukes. W. D. Russell. S. J. the 24th day of October. A. D. 1916. of Senators elected in 1918 from the follow county, Forida on Monday. November Jacknvi. to Cedar Key +

Bot.. C. A. McCain. B. S. Douglas. J. F. Rimes. P. H. W. T. WEEKS. ing counties to-wrt: Escambia. Gadsden 6th 1916 sae being a legal"sales + No. _____.---___ 5:0- p. m. *
I .. W.Bellman. McCarr. W. E. Duk.... H. J. Roberts R B. 10-27-St. (Sal) Clerk Circuit Court Jackson, Leon, Madison Lafayette. Taylor C day of said court during the legal hours of + +
B. D. Nimmo. A. J. Dukes T. A. Rainey J. J. lumbia. Nassau, Duval Marion, Sumpter sale, the following described real estate tit-
I lIug. W. L.Clyatt. Nichols. W. F. Dukes. J. M. Raney. W. E. ferson. Lee Monroe, Putnam. Voluia, Hamilton uated, being and lying in Bradford county + Tampa t<) Jacksonville +

I G. W. O-Keefe. J. W. Dukes M. A. Heaves R M. NOTICE OF ELECTION. Alachua Broward Liberty Hernando, Florida to-wit: North half of Southeast quarter + No.2 ___________ 4:54 a. ra. +
I Burden. A. A. Pitta. W. P. Dukes Samuel Pinellas. Brevard. Palm Beach and Levy of northeast quarter of Section Sixteen
Dyil. U. D. Pollard. J. H. Dukes S. M. Heaves Rogers E.W.L.P. To the Sheriff of Bradford County, of the expire on the first Monday in ApriL 1921 lhl Township Seven South Range twenty-one E., + No. 4 _____________ 3:42p.m.No. : +

Darden. T. J.Dover. Pitts. S. J. Dukes. J. R Rogers. J. M. State of Florida: other Snltol t b ele in the year 1918 containing twenty acres, more or less. + 10 (Limited)___ 5:54 p. m. +
J. R. Pierce. T. J. Douglas. J. D. Stevens J. K.Dukes Be it known. That I, H. Clay Crawford. their ter slal expire on the first S. B. DENMARK + +
D'l. J. B.Dowley. Parrish J. P.Prevail. R E. L. Stokes. N. H. Secretary of State of the State of Florida, do Monday in April. All members of the 10-651 Sheriff Bradford County. Fla. -
Davis V. K.Fi.teb. Dukes D. H. Seat!. C. A. hereby give notice that a House of Representatives elected at the general + Ca Key to Jacksonville +

A. A. Rahme.. G. W. Dukes W. M. Shelley. W. G. GENERAL ELECTIONwill election in 1918 their term of office shall NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED + No. ____________ 9:27a.m. + -
)\ateh. W. S. Roebuck J. F. Dubose. I.. G. Taylor. R T. be held in Bradford County. State of expire on the first Monday in April, 1921 and UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 1
Fortner. H. E. Rawley. R. D. Dees. H. W. Thomas. A. M. Florida on Ted next succeeding the first thereafter the term of office of all members of 4888. LAWS OF FLORIDA. + *
Fortner. D. T. Seals, W. G. Dukes. M. C. Thompson. J. H. Monday in Novembr. A. D. 1916. the said the House of Representatives shall commence Hereby notice I given that A. Z. Adkins + Wannee Trains +
Fordham. W. F. Slade Oliver Dennison C. M. Thomas. Barney Tuesday binl on the first Tuesday after the first Mondayin purchaser of tax sale crtificat
Flume. F. F. Saxton. W. P.Sullitan. Douglas. J. M. Thomas, Roland. Jr SEVENT DAY OF NOVEMBER April next suceeding the elein At the respectively 29. 161 and by number (Daily Etcept Sunday) *

Flowers, Raleigh R. R. Dupree. B. Tetstone Gordon For Stte Senator from the Stateof general election in 1520 all Collector for Bradford county, Florida each of + No. 101 Leavts Starke 6:45 a. m. +
CuRo J. U Summer. J. P. Douglas J. M. Telstone. Joseph Flord for ai yean from March 4. 191 i. Senators to b elected shall be elected for a sid certificates being dated the 3rd day of + No. 104 arrives Starke 2:45 +
Ge iC@r. C. R. Saxon. B. Y. of four the term the August A. D. p. m.
Edenfield. J. F. Thomas. J. E. (6) Pridnt.1 Electors. term yean to begin on 1914. b filed the said certificates
C een. R. A. Saxon. J. H. Cillyard.\ J. L. Waters J. I.Glove. For one of the Second Congressional first Tuesday after the first Monday in Apr.i in my office ad has made applicationfor + T. J. GRIFFIN, Agent+
BtyitM. O. Seottcn. J. L. .. Foster Waters. D. J. District of the Stat of Florida, of the following year, except that when a new tax deed to issue in accordance with law. I+ +
Hagan P. M. Slade. Charley Hire R A. Williams. Wiley in the Sixty-fifth United county is the LegwlatCf i .a,1 at that The said certificates embrace the
HileU.. J. W. Seley. Eugene Howard.* J. S. Ware. G. W. S. States. tb time OX Cte term of the frt following lands in Bradford respectively county. Florida. I+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

:"U. E. Swindel. D. W. Hamilton. J. W. Waters T. H. For Governor of the State of norid Senator to b elect therefrom at two or assessed at the date of the issuance of such
-LA. Spieher. S. H. Haynes. E. W. Werts. A. C. For Secretary of State of Stte of years with in view of keeping the certificates in the names respectively herein 1"1.A MM. Eflirtn unflri & Unr TolilCsfWDztbth.$1m1cb. .
J. R. Saxon a W. Harrison. C. H. Werta, W. A.Winningham Florida number of old Senator in balance with the after particularly set forth to-wit: Net .
lun. w. H. Summers R. E. Johnson. P. P. C. D. For Attorney General of the State of Flor- number of the new." Certificate No. 29 embraces lot 39 of Blk
UHicb. Frank Summers. LeRoy Johnson. J. W. Ward. R L. 'da. Section 3 of Article VII of the Constitution 4 in F. N. Andrews add to Lake Butler. la addition to other properties, L.Po Jil
P. B. Speed. James Johnston. C. Y. Ward. J. K.Yarborough. For Comptroller of th Stt of Florida. is hereby amended 1 as t read as fol..r 29. Tp. 5. S. R. 20 E., assessed Unknown.&contains Cascara in acceptable for a
Hall. H. H.Bardin. Smith. B. J. For Treasurer of of Florida. Certificate No.
Kelly D. G. G. W. 16 ebrH th SW of ftimnlatixig Laxative aodTonic. Lax-Fos
A. E.Bawer. Smith. John Leverett, H. J. For Surerinten C. E. Speed. Oran the State of Florida. I shall met in 19P 'liu apportion th reprv R. E., .cr Lovelace. teYIDd D n
Haaaa. S. E. Scott. Charley District No. 10. For Commissioner of of the !s n'.' ".: .n tne House of Rprnttive. as Certificate No. 19 ae embre the following: d.t the tme it
...... B. E. Smith. J. T. State of Frd. A&tN in th'a: Article provid Beginning 210 ft .. of NW cor of NW4 of I INEofSce.6andrunS220ftE0ftN dgta.the liver

?111. A. C. Toney, J. E. Andrews, G., WLincbq..- ._W. N. For Jutce of the Supreme Court of .hal b based upn t last ceuut taken b I I rtre te hety functions. 50c.




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Ii I If A basket ball team has been organ- ]I Hampton. The Hampton boys will be ; have waited all this time to bring the j ment wag applauded 'gen

i zed by the girls of the school and officers ]I here tomorrow (Saturday) and another matter to the attention of the the crow I.

I, r\ elected as follows: Captain, Evelyn game will be played. j ities. He referred to the part author-I'j When the young man had "';

;l Seals; Manager, Beryl Mullady. A nice load of watermelons for this ; Coffin circular wherein it is stated that his address the father took
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Items'Lttawting A court has been built for them, and 1 time of the year was brought in town i' Russell deeded his property to his attorneys I'the wheel.! Mr. dark had trt"
County News hey: spend their noon hours at pracI I by Mr. Tyre and sold to Mr. R. E"i|' ? and skipped his bond saying i j ji the elder ToSn was act eft 1I.i4'

ice.; 1 i t i i that none of the property was deeded I vote under the laws i,' Florid
Dell.Mrs. ;
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Seals and Mr. A. H. Freeman and Mrs. Perry i'i'Ito him or to anybody for him. i i 1 een cor-icted of a fi :ony J in tht.,

and Mrs. David Jones were business t of Starke, representing the W. C. T. : He denounced the Coffins roundly era! district court ti>,d never'

Facts Gathered During the Week by Our visitors at Lake Butler Wednesday. 1 U., came over Monday to fix their for taking the fact that he made anj I len pardoned by the eat ,

Regular Correspondents. \ Rev. John Mullady is spending the 1 1 handsome W. C. T. U.: booth for the address to the Russell jury and weaving United States. Mr. Coffin con-...

week, at Starke, conducting revival services I Fair. / about it a mass of falsehoods intended I a good dial of time rt! eJ.Ia: )

J'_ I at the Christian: church there. Col. Thomas Fielding of Gainesville, to place him in an entirely t defalcations from the .Jo rStowl .. _

!I I spent Tuesday here with relatives fal-e light before the people of the ,office and undertook to show tJJu"

G Basket Ball Game.A Mr. A, L. Potts, of Lakeland, has second congressional district. The denunciation ; Florida law did tot debar h a '

i :accepted a position here with the Cut was plain ar.d bitter and voting. Mr. Clark interrupted :
RAIFORD. Price Store. him the .
: must have made his accusers feel exceedingly statute covering hia caae.
the school grounds here Saturday ,
? I'I i t tI with on the Lake Butler team against Mr. L. A. Duncan has ginned over uncomfortable. ;\stated Uxt he wo,!Id ** i dehrred

se-r. 0000000000 .I : I 500 bales of cotton up to Tuesday, Turning from the Coffin circular Mr. voting if anyone shcsld ct.aIlen>
{i Hampton. The line-up was as follows, j I:J ,
Mr. Powell of is in -
Georgia, ;; the 24th. Clark went into a review of the accom- j vote at the polls.! *
.. visiting his uncle, T. B. Handley. i Forwards, Mizell, Loadholtz vs Scot- Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Stewart, Mr. and I plishmpts of the democratic administration Mr. C' ark End r.c weed! the .
1 ten, Mullady guards, Mizell Dekle vs ( **
The high school girls held their ; Mrs. L. R. Parrish and Mr. and Mrs.G. headed by Woodrow Wilson. tion of $lOOO' md by Jfe .-

practice on the new basket ball i Williams Maxwell., Rawley During; cenjter the Townsend Hamp-I A. Epperson were visitors in Starke ; His references to the president were I to the canpaign fund of the mtSprohibition &JL
vs game
Friday. I on last Monday greeted bv hearty applause. He refer- party
ton substituted Witt for guard and and. vtntutj
Go,. Park Trammell made a business Hardin for Mrs. Sarah ,Douglass spent Sunday red particularly to the revision of the opinion that it was cnry a pliyfc*
trip to the State Farm i center. with her mother in Dukes. rural contribution; from thf
The score was Lake Butler 31, and tariff, the new currency law, the a national t S
I i. week. i Mr. Frank Byrd, J. F. Bennett andD. credits law, good roads appropriationsand I fund for young Coffin'!-.campaip. ?
8. Featurss of the
Editor and Mrs. J. T. Lewis went I Hampton game F. McDonald were business visitors the creation of a trade this Mr. Coffin entered. a podtUnial
were guarding by Townsend, and the .
1, Jacksonville Friday on a of Loadholtz the steadi- in Starke Monday.Mr. sion and said that in four commis-I saying that no c+ntributiot.
goal pitching
business and pleasure trip. ; D. F. Floyd and Mr. Wilks democrats had enacted more constructive been asked or received: .
of and the of Raw- ;
s Hon. S. T. Dowling spent a ness le,. Scotten speed spent last Saturday in Jacksonville.The legislation than the republicanshad In closing his addrMr.Coffia> t
in Jacksonville. Bradford County Fair is now in fifty around the Russell
i The Hampton team has only had placed on the statute books to >case, bat tad
Editor Powell of the on. This is Wednesday and larger substantiate the
a not
;. County Times of Lake Butler, was two weeks' practice, but hopes to do crowd is gathering day. Many years. ) i insLnuations damaging elm
every The applause that was given made
fr'l hand age
I visitor to Raiford Friday. I I : a better by and by. The second game exhibits are being brought from allover fe
Clark throughout his speech left no :Clark in this conrecpon.. He l-"
Mr. Carl Macclenny, of Macclenny will be played at Lake Butler October J) ,
the county. The Fair Association douot that he is still a strong favorite aloft a voluminous tytewrittenment
the fair. _
was in Raiford Monday on business.Mr. I 1 23 at laving secured the Lake Butler band with Bradford county democrats and and stated that i il was a

A. T. Mizell is in town 1, r week. He has been in Georgia for several I I 9 0 ieht. One exhibit of special interest whelmingly.At He said it showed? that ilr. Clark pied

weeks. being brought from the State Farm, ad- the witnesses thi
;. the conclusion of Mr. Clark's in case
1 i Miss Helen Nauright: who is at1. I LA WTEY.t> is a large hog weighing about 800 dress the Coffins, father and son, took i!fully and that the whose thing unsei new

tending school in Lake City, I pounds. Besides the exhibits there charge, not waiting for the chairman I I with degradation bend the
home + a t. . poof ,.
Saturday and Sunday at : will be horse racing and other interesting to introduce them. The father called those present to i iz agine
and Mrs J. R. auright. Mr. J. H. Moore took in the barbecueat ti .
1. her parents, Mr. features this week.
day the ] hibited he
every for an expression as to whether [' what said .was a catiiej :
the Armour in Jacksonvillelast .
plant Quite a number from around here crowd would hear their addresses at copy of the deed msd by Russell & "'1
i Messrs. Levis and Clarence Thursday.Rev. left Wednesday for Lake City where his I
the time or adjourn for dinner. Some attorneys conveying Russep'aerty
a I motored to Starke Tuesday. T. B.: Lawrence was in Jacksonville hey will attend the Christian Endeavor jwj.
wanted to go to dinner others yelled, hold.nfs: in Jac:; i i Postmaster George Coffin, of JohnI one day last week. Convention.Mr. "Let have it if have Clark interrupted to ask if
us now you any- this
I 1; I i stown, was a business visitor Rev W. L. Overstreet, of Raiford, A. C. Strickland ar.
spent Monday thing to say, and one fellow shouted tified copy showed a deed made .
Monday.Hon. filled his regular appointment at the in Jacksonville on business.Mr. that he didn't want to hear it at all. Russell to !him (dar;). Mr. Coli

A. D. Andrews was a Lawtey Baptist church last Saturdayand M. Darby, of Starke, was a visitor There was a good deal of uncertaintyas I answered that no such jleed wu then

I i visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday. Sunday.Mr. to our burg last Sunday.Mr. to the wishes of the crowd, but bthe rt cord, and teat he hid IGt t

I ; Mr. Joe Thornton, of Sapp C. R. Spp was in Jacksonvillelast Ed Byrd, W. S. Graham, W. H. young Coffin launched into his addressand claimed that such a deed had ever lea

was a business visitor to Raiford Thursday. Andrews and Mrs. Graham motored about two-thirds of the crowd made.

, Tuesday '- Messrs. Enoch Griffis, A. M. Blan- over from Raiford to attend the Fair stayed to hear him. He opened by During the progress of his
R H. Weaver and family moved chard, G. C. Wooten and R. B. Jack- Tuesday. rasub
I saying that whenever the of the elder Coffin undertook to
presence foBevfit{ .
to their new home Saturday.Dr. son were transacting busines in the :
, the Coffins was demanded at a place lead of the son by referring to In
I' and Mrs. W. W. Farnell i site Friday.
I county
FRANK CLARK REPLIESTO they would be found on hand. He Catts, but the Catts '
men rt
1 their guest, Miss Emma Rev. R. 0. Wright filled his regular COFFIN .
f' CHARGE spoke for ten or fifteen minutes, but dently thought this was getting toll)
I i several :days in Jacksonville appointment at the Raiford Methodist
1 spent
I did not touch upon the point that he too much Coffin for Catta and the
\ 'f week chruch, South, last Sunday.Rev. (Continued From Page 1.) had been invited to the meeting for, plause showed a very decided f !Hfc.!> i
of Lake
Mr. W. S. Cone City, W. Overstreet, of Raiford,
that is, the truth or falsity of the 1
Tuesday in town, visiting his son, visitor to Lawtey last Friday.Deputy off.The
t was
I a had every appearance of being castiiardened charges made in the circular issued in net result of the meeting tttai
j H. Cone. ; Sheriff Cameron and Jacob <
i ; i members of the underworld his behalf. He betrayed the fact that to have been to solidify the vote of fee
i" { Miss Emma Williams, of in Johns, of Starke, were in Lawtey Sat- s
I and that to then the innscent :
I compare to he for the :
1 t Mrs. W. W. Farnell hopes to get some votes by tieingto county straight deooenfit
\ is visiting urday summoning jurymen to
I appearat young girls of the second congressional the coat tails of Mr. Catts. He ticket. The ultra CaHs snpportea '
! week. is the circuit court in November.Mr. .
district, as the Coffin circular made two references to the independent were, of course not shaken from tier
Hon. A. D. Andrews spent James Goodfellow, who has beenin
! : does is insult
to good
an every woman candidate for governor and was determination to vote for Catts at H9
I in Starke. : several of the northern states for

of Raiford and girl in the district. He said that applauded by the Catts followers in cost, but it is believed that mazy'Il
: r Quite a number the past few months representing a the offense charged nu5-ell]I
> the audience. Mr. Clark had been those who have been mther nndeddd
Lake Butler ,
t. attended the Fair at commission house in Washington, D. -
I dated back for seven months and thai scathing in his arraignment of the as to how they would, vote were din
; week. C. is few at his home
a days if the young women involved had beer I elder Coffin, and in concluding his gusted with the evident effort to split .
C. Cason spent .
I'' Mr. and Mrs. D. here this week. He will leave for
I the innocent children that Coffin
eral of last week visiting in pictured speech the young man referred to his!the democratic party and rife icon .
days South Florida the latter part of the
'v .; them as being they would nol: father in endearing terms. This senti- for a fusion of its en mies.
sonville. week. .

r' )Ir. Chas Marks, of Starke, Justice B. D. Kelly, of Raiford was ,

: demonstrating a big Buick "6" a business visitor to Lawtey ope day I

I. l: Monday. last week.
\ '. Mr. Charles Bloodworth spent Rev. R. A. Carmine, district superintendent -

: l day on the farm with his parents. : of the St. Johns River Conference -
\ Major J. E. Byrd returned i o fthe Methodist Episcopal
I : i; from a trip to Jacksonville and church, will preach at the Lawtey M
':", points.Mr. C E. church Sunday, November 19th,

'. I and Mrs. W. 3!. Whitten I in morning and evening. The fourth

, ; I i Messrs. W. C. and Earl Whitten i quarterly conference will be held on Transit From St. Louis Market
i i i| Mrs. Colonel Johns drove to Saturday evening, November 18. Dr.

t1I' J! vile Tuesday in the Whitten car, .l't'J I Carmine has been the district superintendent -

: I attend the Armour celebration. for the past six years;, and v
)Ir. Jim Ritch and family and ) this will probably be the last opportunity -

I I: N. T. Ritch drove their car to ) : to hear him preach as he has

'I : sonville Thursday. fulfilled his limit in this district, and d .
. f t t\ Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Coffin and ) < everybody is invited to hear him at

t and Mrs. F. P. Coffin were in the: appointed time. 1

I I Monday. Frank Starling was transacting business 3i i
Little Miss; Miriam Sapp left in Jacksonville one day last
1 day for East Point, where she will week.

I it her sister, Mrs. A. F. Cranford.Mr. thi ] Long staple cotton has reached 12

I B. J. Sapp: of New River i cents per pound and everybody who

a business visitor to Raiford I has a cotton patch is consequent!

I ;1 day. I happy.Mr. .

I I to Geo. H. Beavers was transacting .
. { i.i 'i.J7nJI' i4 '!> '?> -i. L
I business in Jacksonville last ThursdayMr.
; 1 .,
i Lem Sapp, of Raiford, was a I
; *> BROOKER. i I at visitor to Lawtey last Friday.

I The annual election of officers for a
: ; @, 'S> .
.\' ) I the: town of Lawtey will be held on the itI
Searson and dauz I
Mr. Harry :
I 20th of November, and quite a large ..
,'I' Mrs. Mary Passavant, returned .j i crop of candidates have already announced 'l
x. Monday, after a week's tour in i iFlorida" i to. themselves for the different

; I j I If I I offices, and no doubt there will be several -
Mr. ar.d Mrs. G. B. Colson
f more announcements before the
; grandmother, Mrs. Nancy Harrell, election.

; tored up to Raiford Sunday and Messrs.
W F. Godwin, W. E. Torode,
I 1,, ; the day with relatives.Mr. J. C. Cone, R. B. Jackson, G. C. Woo- '!
H. C. Clemons of Dade
ten Enoch
Griffis W.
I E. E. Burney,
: former citizen ttf Brooker, 1
; a was
H. Edwards, 0. L. Thomas, J. E
i iting friends* and relatives here : Borwn, H. C. Peace, James Godwin, T.

; week. I D. Wearen, Geo. Clark and Andrew
i : Mrs. E. L. Crosby left Sunday for Lowery were among the Lawtey-ite c

I I i i few days visit with relatives. at ) j a who heard the debate of Congressman ,
: t cIenn .
1 i ) s Frank Clark and Francis P. Coffin in
II Mr. and Mrs. Jr.o. Shriver ar.d Starke last Monday

I J. L., and Miss Edyth Warren, I Mr. Jesse Reddish went to Starke

I 4.. ed up to Lake City Sunday and !last Saturdawith a small load of :-ft- 1t w +lrI +
ed Miss )!Marguerite Shriver v
at I 88e ton and reported when he returned he
bia College.Mr.
received ,
$12.50 100 Some "h
1' per pounds. l a 4 I
: Julian Collins spent the { tiJ price. t1 1 q 66 I CI'
'1 end at his home in Brooker. (

I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Shaw and of . . .
j, children, and Miss Edyth Crosby 0 0 Our Mr. J. W. Andrews, Sr., has been in the St. Louis "

tored down to Inverness Saturday for C; LAKE BUTLER. "

tives.Messrs.a short visit'! with friends and 8G .98000000049 market this week selecting a car load of choice Mules and :

L. A. Brown and L. Mr. J. R. I l
motored to Starke Sunday.Mr. a Ford.Chastain has lately purchased Horses. The stock will reach our barns in Starke and be

and Mrs. Roy Roberts and
I Mr. E. L. Odom, who has spent some '
", ter, Miss Eva Lee Crews, of time with friends
I shopping in Brooker Monday and relatives here ready for inspection on Monday Oct. 30th. I
were ,, returned to his home in St. Petersburg :; I
.i Mr. Lamb, of Worthington Friday. i'51'I!
business in Brooker )
; transacting a Editor A. G. Powell spent Saturday

;=; day.Mr.. H. S. Warren was called a in Mr.Starke.C. F. Rivers spent Sunday in These Mules and Horses are strictly high-grade stock, all brokenj j'

i. telegraph Sunday to the funeral of e Hampton with his children.Mr. .
Blake Warren and ready for work. You call and look them
brother, Mr. at Bobbett representative of then are invited to over.

1_ N. C., who died suddenly i Phoslime Company of Ocala, is here -

l night. at this week with his exhibits of Phos- .
1 Mr. and Mrs. Florence Ward g

t Plant City are visiting relatives lime.Miss Essie Kelly of Fayetteville, J. W. ANDREWS & SON .

Brooker this week. They were e N. C., was the guest of her brother- a .-

ried the 16th inst, and are t in-law, Mr. J. N. Cain, last week. STARKE
I from their honeymoon up in The Lake Butler royal basket ball FLORIDAk

Moines Iowa.Mesdames team defeated Hampton last Saturday It.

R. T. Taylor, J. 0. morning to the tune of 31 to 8, at

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