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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 3, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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"l DANGER OF DEMOCRATIC SPLIT Preacher-Politician Gets in Bad Minneapolis -Concern Offering DOCKED WEDNESDAY AT N. LONDONBRADFORD


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PRONOUNCE-FOR NOMINEES LAKE BUTLER DEMOCRATS County Paper. Federal Officers. COUNTY FAIR THE DEUTSCHLAND MADE -

. ORGANIZE CAMPAIGN J CLUB CLOSED LAST SATURDAY TRIP WITHOUT INCIDENT
IN NO UNCERTAIN LANGUAGE The Rev. John Mullady, preacher- Many local women have been vic-

politician, proved Monday night the timized by a mail order concern in --
",y; Trammell Says Democratic Party Has Adopt Resolutions Pledging correctness of the Telegraph's asser- Minneapolis, which has gone out of County Fair Directors Should Undersea Boat Left Bremen on Oct 10 t

:. tion that men of his stamp know noth- business, according to Postmaster E. -Is Said'to Carry a Large Cargoof
Years of Issue Premium List By
Given State Forty Support to Every Party A. of Thousandsof
, ing about political conditions in this Purdy, Minneapolis. Chemicals.'j

Good Government. Nominee.The state and that their leadership is un- women throughout the country have March 1st, of Each Year. '
I I. safe. lie proved this or he proved "bitten" on this proposition, accordingto --

that he did not scruple at imposing on Minneapols postmaster, and NEW LONDON, Conn., N\v. 1.- t
; United States Senator Duncan U. Lake Butler Democratic Club his audience to carry a point. In either Jacksonville women are no exceptionto The Bradford County Fair of 1916is The German merchant submarine, the .

I' 1 s Fletcher and Governor Park TrammellI was organized Monday with 60 mem- case the danger of following such the rule, a number of this city hav- a thing of the past. We all agree Deutschland, arrived here early this s,

I pronounced for the democratic bers. Hon. John Croft, chairman of leadership was proven. ing contributed their dimes to a con- that everybody had a good time and morning and Captain Paul Kcenig, of
nominees in no uncertain terms. Thi ir the county democratic executive com Egged on by a few supporters of cern which closed its doors only a few feel nearer and dearer to each other, the submersible, said that he lift Bre-

I :; letters to lion. George P. Raney, chairman mittee was elected president of the Mr. Catts :\Mullady seems to have days ahead of federal investigation.The than ever before in the history of the men on October 10th and that the trip r'f
: executive ,
of the state democratic club and Dr. J. E. Maines, secretary. conceived the notion that he had been National Mail Order Brokerage county. We are finding out what can was made without any especial inci- t '

; committee, are as follows: Resolutions were passed pledging divinely called to mount the political Exchange, 50 Globe Building, Minneapolis be done and what the people are doingin dent. The crew cf the undersea boat t

'.? Jacksonville, Fla., Oct. 26, 1916. the hearty support of the club to the rostrum and administer a rebuke to is the firm, and the following is the county. Sorry to say the far- comprises twenty-fhe men.

;: lion. George P. Raney, Chairman, entire democratic ticket. Following is the Telegraph. For what reason we a copy of the letters it sent out, start- mers were negligent in the agricul- I The Deutschland appeared in the '

. State Democratic Executive Committee the full text of the resolutions: do not know, except that the Tele- ing an endless chain of letters and tural department. There is many citi- outer harbor shortly after midnightand

I : Jacksonville, Fla. Resolved,That the Lake Butler dem- graph is supporting the candidates of dimes: zens who have fine produce that did proceeded to the dock of the Eastern -
Dear Mr. Rainey: I have had no ocratic club in meeting assembled, en- the organized democratic party. In "To introduce our readytoweargoods not carry anything at all. The ladies Forwarding Company, the Amer- ,

. part in the recent democratic primary dorses each and every one of the dem- fact he referred to the paper as the in the least time, we will giveto work could not be beat anywhere, it ican representatives of the nr.frchant 4

I in Florida, or in the contests which ocratic nominees, national, state and only democratic paper in the county. anyone complying with the condi- was just grand. submarine line between Amei-a and

I followed it. It is my firm conviction county, and pledges to loyally support This was intended as sarcasm, but the tions herein stated our 1914 model silk The Lake Butler band did their part Germany.

': however, that it is the duty of the work for, and vote for the election of Rev. John hit the nail on the head that petticoat, which retails for $4.50. Give I well in furnishing music, both afternoon Captain F. Hirch, of the Eastern

,; democrats to support the nominees of all those candidates whose names are time, and told the plain unvarnishedtruth. size, skirt length and color wanted. i and evening. Mr. II. Blake, the Forwarding Company: accompanied by

. the party as determined by the su- placed upon the ticket in the electionto The other two papers in the I Make, five copies of this and send to I artist, deserves praise for the great Dr. R. E. Black, the local health offi-

t preme court of Florida; the final action be held on Tuesday, November 7, county are not only opposing Mr. five friends, then mail the names to interest manifested in his departmentof ver and other officials, met the submarine e
of the state canvassing board and nominees of the demo- the :National Mail Order work. We do not hesitate to say
I. 1916, as the Knott for governor, but are opposing Brokerage on a tug. The usual quarantine '
t endorsed by the state democratic executive cratic party. And be it further Frank Clark, democratic nominee for Exchange, 520 Globe Building, Minneapolis that each officer of the association did regulations were waived and the ,

t: committee. The supreme court Resolved, That we lend our active congress, about whose nomination Minn., with 10 cents in silver all in their power to make the Fair a Deutschland tied up at the dock: of
r and the state committee are the final support and assistance to the candi- there has been no contest.If and receive silk petticoat without fur- success, and we believe that it has the Eastern Forwarding Company,

and only tribunals to determine dis- dacy of Woodrow Wilson for Presi- the Rev. John had stopped there ther expense. This offer is good for awakened the people all over the coun- alongside the German steamer Wille-

putes as to the results of primary dent, W. V. Knott for Governor, R. F. he would have saved himself, but he anyone complying with the request. ty with higher aspirations in the line had. The Willehad is an interned L

I.t.- elections, and their conclusions are Taylor for Justice of the Supreme was not satisfied with his effort at sar- Must be written the day after you receive of agriculture and stock raising.We German freighter. The Deutschland r

" ':; binding upon the party. The life of Court, and Frank Clark for Congress, casm and undertook to impeach the this letter." venture to say to the intelligentmen is said to have a large cargo of chem
.' "' the democratic party depends upon the for the reason that the candidates just veracity of the Telegraph. To do this Minneapolis postmaster was recently we have at the head of our Fair icals on board. '

e'; ready acceptance by every democratic mentioned are being subject to' violent he took up the statement of this pa- quoted in regard to this mail Association, that they won't fail to

. candidate and voter of the results of attacks by Independents, Prohibitionists per that Jap Allen, a life-long, deep- order fraud, as follows: get out their pamphlets of premiums, UNDERH ILL-OLIVER.
the primary election as determined by Republicans, Socialists and other dyed republican, had been making "The volume of mail for the exchangeis etc., by the first of March, so the far-
r. the existing law and the highest authority mers will know how to arrange their ,i4
Democratic the club. growing said PostmasterE.
enemies of the party. speeches to Hampton Catts rapidly ,
of the party. Not only the crops and have something to give them A quiet wedding took place at the
He. did not deny that Mr. Allen had A. Purdy, Minneapolis, "and to-
I but the continued existence high ambitions. There is home of Mrs. Alice Oliver, about five .
: success a numberof i
he received enclos-
CIVIC CLUB NOTES. been making the speeches, but as- day we 25,000 letters z
e': of the present system of white democratic important improvements needed in miles west of Stark, Wednesday, No-
: sured his hearers that Mr. Allen]] had ing 25,000 dimes. Thousands of these
e. primaries depends upon the loyalty At a call meeting of the Civic Club : always voted with the democrats. letters have been returned to the writers this line of farming, poultry raising vember 1st, when her daughter, Miss

I,, of the members of the or anizar last week, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins was appointed Now, it so happens that there is but a large majority carry no return and stock raising. Many things could Sarah Oliver, was given in marriageto
Mr.. J. L. Underhill. Rev. ,
tion. delegate to the State Convention documentary evidence to prove that marks and as a result the dead be said about those who earned prem- Collins
f 1 Therefore, it is my purpose to vote of Women's Federated clubs, to this statement made by :Mr. Mullady letter office is becoming clogged. Other iums, showing them to be worthy citizens performed the ceremony in the pres-
' for candidate of the democratic also about the fine display of ence of a small]] gathering of relativesand
d every be held in Miami this month. in his effort to injure the standing of mail channels of the postoffice are
:, I party nominated at the June primaries The Club has failed to find a satis- the Telegraph is wholly incorrect. As choked daily by the influx of mail for canned foods. But we will leave that friends. ,
t: as determined by the decisions of the factory answer to the ever recurring everyone knows we have registrationbooks the exchange.-Jacksonville Metropolis. for our visitors to tell, for hundredsof Mr. Underhill]) is one of the promi-

: supreme court, the final action of the question "Why the city's weeds cannotbe for the registration of electors people visited the Fair from all nent men of the county, serving his Ik

It state canvassing board and the endorsement cut?" It is hoped this will be accomplished who wish to vote in primary elections. The' Telegraph understands that a over the country. first and being nominated for the
second term as commissioner for district
of the state democratic'ex. at an early date. These' books are open to all political number of Starke women were caughtby -
:. ecutive committee. The Woman's Club of New Smyrna parties that wish to make nominationsby this swindle and that several dimes KNOTT AND CATTS MEET No. 6. His bride is a popular
lady who will make her hus-
Yours sincerely, have adopted this motto: "Live pure, primary election. No party has yet were sent away from here, for whichno young U

I (Signed) DUNCAN U. FLETCHER. speak truth, right wrong, else wherefore taken advantage of the law except the silk petticoat has yet been received. The Kissimmee correspondent of the "band friends an of excellent the nowly helpmate.wedded The many
, born." The following! is a clip democratic party. This system has couple a
Tampa Times gives the following account wish them much happiness.
Hon, George P. Raney, chairman, democratic ping from Sunday's 'limes-Union and been in force since 1914. Two demo- uu..L 01 I'TO.lion. .w... v.. YP.Knott.. speech. in. .

''I campaign committee, Jacksonville is worthy of being copied in our paper cratic primaries have been held under GOOD OFFER FOR COTTON.J. that city last Thursday:
f Florida. and work. It is a civic alphabet issued the system. On the registration book BAPTIST CHURCH. -
Dear Sir: Answering your com- in the year book of the Woman's for the Hampton district, where Mr. Pointing his index finger at Rev. '

munication of recent date I beg to say Civic League of Orlando, Mrs. Leon B. Allen resides, his name does not ap Newsom, who rents the Reaves Sidney J. Catts, who was in the throng There will ti
be the
which services
Kissimmee Thurs- regular
to in
I am always ready to champion the Forte, president. pear. If he had been a democrat he : place about two miles south of Starke, came on
to attend the democratic next Sunday, morning and l
cause of democracy and to work for A-Abandon the care of your back certainly would have wanted to take I was in town Wednesday. He had just day rally, evening,
lion. W. V. Knott demanded the to which the public is cordially; invit- .
the democratic party, and while the of- yard and you pave the way for typhoid part in the nomination of his party's returned from a trip to Live Oak and name I's
ficial demands upon me at the present fever. candidates and he would have qualified told of how cotton buyers there almost of the party who informed Catts that ed.The
services last
Cardinal Gibbons had donated fundsto Sunday well
time are numerous, I shall be glad, if B-Better observe a general "cleanup himself to vote in the primary elec- begged him to sell his cotton to them, were
attended.
: my official duties will permit, to make day" this year than have cause for tions. There is just one reason why that they would pay him 15 cents a Knott's campaign or contest. Mr. both services The interest was good at i
Knott exclaimed "In and the music was W
dramatically :
one or more speeches in behalf of the regret hereafter. Mr. Allen's name does not appear on pound for it and also pay the freighton fine. espec-
; democratic party and the principles it C-Civic improvement calls for the these books. lIe is a -publican.. Thatis i* to Live Oak and the haulage: to Lakeland Mr. Catts stated Cardinal ially The
New River
Gibbons contributed certain union closed Sun- ,
on
advocates.In best efforts of humanity. the reason, the statement of Rev. the Starke depot. Mr. Newsom is a a sum-
in Winter Haven another sum-in this day with a sermon from Rev. Kick-
President Wilson our party has D-Do your work well and disregardthe Mullady]] to the contrary notwithstanding. good farmer, cultivates rich land and liter. It
place another until somewhere was a profitable meeting.
furnished the nation the greatest pres- critic. Mr. Allen will not tell anyone has grown a great deal of cotton this sum
along the road he had raised the figures Important subjects were discussed" ,
ident who has occupied the White E-Educate people not to throw pa- that he ever in his life voted in a gen- year, but most of it has been sold at a
thousand dollars when such "Prayer in all the
to eighty as meetings
House for half a century. During his per or trash on the street, but to placeit eral election for a democratic presi- much smaller price than the Live Oak Churches I.
there has been single cent con- "Sunday School, "Church -
never
term more good legislation has been in receptacles. dential elector and he will not say that men offered him. He has some cotton a ,
Discipline, "To What Extent
Cardinal Gibbons 1My
tributed by or am
enacted than in any other similar per- F-Fire prevention saves life and he ever in his life voted for a demo- left, however, for which he will en- other cardinal.] ", any Brother's Keeper?" interspersedwith
iod during the history of the republic. property. cratic candidate for congressman or deavor to secure the top price.
sermons and devotion.
Under democratic administrations G-Good roads will add materiallyto governor, unless it was at some time Rev. Catts was as silent as the
,
for forty years, our own state has been the prosperity of your town. when his party had no candidate. tomb. -
-,, blessed with good government and a II-Hearty Co-operation of citizensand If any further proof is needed that ing the boys to whoop 'em up for Continuing, Mr. Knott stated that STOCK ARRIVED ON TIME. ',

't faithful administration of the public club members in work undertakenwill Mr. Allen is a republican, just as the Catts? he had treated all of his opponentswith

r affairs. I feel that there is every rea- effect wonderful results. Telegraph stated that be is, we can As long as the democratic party : all possible courtesy, but that The carload of mules bought! by J.

.} son for democrats to feel proud of the I-Improve school rooms and the cite a bit of Bradford county republican -: stays in solid alignment and upholdsthe I Mr. Catts had gone up and down the W. Andrews & Son at St. I/mis, Mo.,

E' splendid record of achievements made grounds so they will be attractive to I history. It is this: A few years hands of its organization it can- state calling him a robber and a thief, arrived Monday morning. The animals \I

'; by their party, and to cause them to both citizens and children. 1 1I ago when an effort was being madein not be defeated. With a divided party and he was sick and tired of it. Refer- 26 in number<< had come throughthe

wily]] to the support of its nominees in I J-Join civic improvement clubs. this county to organize a white republican there is a chance of the republicans ring to the matter of Hayes Lewis jourdney without a scratch and

the present campaign.For I You are needed. party Mr. Allen]] was a mem- organizing and qualifying the negro having ordered him out of his office were glad to be released frrm their '

the good of the nation and the K-Knock on the unsightly billboardand ber of a conference held in Starke. vote and once more carrying the state. and of his (Knott) breaking down and confinement. After they had carefully '

good of our own state, I trust that ev continue to knock. When resolutions excluding the negro Jap Allen is shrewd enough to know crying, which Mr. Knott said Rev. ]) walked down the chute, into the

ery Florida democrat will go to the L-Lead a crusade for the city beau- from the organization were presentedat this, as do other republicans who are Catts had circulated, "Any man who pen, a few mouthfuls of graas. was firstin i'

polls on November 7th, and assist in tiful. this conference Mr. Allen was the doing what they can to encourage a told Mr. Catts such a thing, or who order, then a r.)ll.

:, giving to our party nominees a great M-Make your club a factor in only member to raise objections to the split in the democratic party. Whether spread such a statement, tells a lie." The mules were mostly 05 medium ,

Victory. your town liCe.XXever resolutions. The ground of his ob- I : or not it is good policy to give them Rev. Catts was still as silent as the size, with a few small ones: : Several

x Yours very truly, say quit when it is a ques- jection was that the resolution would this chance is the question that the tomb. head have already been sold-and have s

(Signed) PARK TRAMMELL.RICHARDCHERRY tion of health and beauty for your cost the party too many votes. If he I'.democrats themselves must settle next The sensation of the day was sprung begun their task of working for Brad t


WEDDINGSOLEMNIZED. 0-On with beauty, cleanliness and acting with the republican party? If think it is good policy to do so and ites sent men disguised, made up as -

.. health. I he is a democrat why does he not qual- I]I we have said so. For so doing we Catholic priests into shops and factories B.SKETU.. TOMOKUOW. '

,'1, I P-Push, pull and perseverancewill ify himself to vote in democratic primary have no apologies to make. to ask the people to support Mr.

make your town a model. elections? There is just one an- j I As to the Rev. John Mullady, we Knott for governor, so they would get The Bradford fish School
County
1 The many friends of Miss Juliette Q-Quit criticising and begin work answer to these questions: Mr. Jap have no unkind criticism to make of the impressiin the Catholic clergy was i will begin its basket ball season on the '

> N "'. Cherry and Mr. William r.icha'd ing. Allen is a lift-long, deep-dyed, uncompromising -: him. He is all right in his way, but as in politics in his behalf.CONGRESSMAN home grounds, Saturday, November4th .

r will lc interested ta( l learn of their :I P.-I Inquest the city authorities to republican. That is the a political leader in a state where he with two games of basket ball.

marriage, which was solemni7"d Monday enforce the sanitary laws. answer.In i knows nothing about conditions that CLARK AND The girls' team will) meet the team
P:-?oc thr.t your premises are above what we have said regarding Mr. !
ij morning at ten o'clock at the homo j have existed and that threaten to come from Green Cove Springs and the i
cf the bride's parents, Mr. md Mrs. criticj"m. Allen's political affiliations we have :again into existence, we do not think COFFIN IN NEAR SCRAP boys will have their opponents the
as
al; A. L. T-The tin can districts become the had no thought of criticising him. lie His opinion of this .
Cherry much.
122 East Ninth "crt, |he weighs Hampton High School team ....,
'c.' in Springfield Rev. W. L. C. Mahon. ""TI breeders; banish them from your has a full right to his political views .paper is a matter of supreme unimportance 1 t
pastor of the Main street Baptist town. and we have not a word of criticismof [ to us. lie'is here now and maybe lIon. Frank Clark addressed a large The teams are putting in s. week of I

I church, officiating.The U-Use every effort to have all eat- him for holding fast to them. The a thousand miles away in a few and enthusiastic crowd at Lake Butler strenuous practice and wilt be in

; bride was charming in a cos- ables that are exposed for sale screened. Telegraph said he was a republicanand I weeks. The interests of those who Friday, and in the course of his remarks splendid condition the ga'}res. Theyare ;

j time of blue silk, with which were it knew what it was talking about. (are permanent citizens and must live he made some caustic state- confident of winning both games.
worn accessories to match. V-Vines and roses will beautifyyour The incident of this good republican here under whatever conditions may ments in reference to the elder Coffin, The games will begin at ;:15 p. m. j
I Price of admission will be t.5 and 25
premises. speeches at a Catts club is .
: Both the bride and the making (come, is what we are interested in. father of his opponent for congress.At f
j have hosts of friends who bridegroom will be interested ; -Wage war on flies, mosquitoesand important only as showing that all]] the I the conclusion of his address, andas cents. Seats will be provided for the :

to learn of their and weeds, for they carry and cause political elements in Florida opposedto he was leaving the platform, JohnP. ladies. : _
marriage I Relatives here have received news
will disease. the democratic party are giving aid Coffin arose for the of .
purpose
c extend congratulations and best the death of Mrs. Anna E. Droke, CONTRACT LET TO BUILD HOME. I
wishes for their X-Xpect help from every person in and comfort to the members of the of making a "correction," and broadly intimated -
future and her
1 happiness the efforts to help make the town san- party who have rebelled against the of Chattanooga, Tenn., who with that Mr. Clark had lied.

}':' prosperity. itary. organization. As a matter of practical family of five children resided here Mr. Clark returned to the Last week Mr J. R. Tion was i
Mr. Richard, who has resided inS number of and will be remembered Thereupon
Z Zeal exhibited at the annual politics it is good policy for themto for a years
Mrs. platform and seized the speaker by the awarded contract to build fr Mr. D.
.
i Jacksonville for some time past, is clean-up days will put your town in a follow this course. If in this way by many friends.
and of lit throat, stating that no man could call]) R. Edwards a six room bung},;!ow, with
.. educated
sow connected with the Charleston sanitary condition. they can rout the democratic organization Droke was highly .
it. Be- screened
ability, having contributed stor- him a liar and get away with sleeping porch, dirJng room
the
.American and he and his bride left and hopelessly divide mem- erary and written fore he could strjke, however, bystan- and other modem conveniences. This
', Percell]] Gardiner, who had been visiting bers of the party there will be more ies to various magazines ,
situated.,
; crowd cheered house will)) be directly
immediately after the ceremony for them being "The ders separated th m. The new
A. Gardiner of into control of few books, among
uncle Geo. chance them a
his Judge getting
Gainesville]] west of Dr. A. L. Scott's residence, and
Charleston and "On Mr. Clark vociferously-
-: where they will make their left Thursday for his home in the state. Who can blame Jap Allen I Story of a Minister's" Wife, Sun. i will)) face Ninth street I

? future home.-Jacksonville Metropolis.. I Maryland. -good republican that he is-for tell- Lone Mountain. 1

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i '' ; PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, ST.\RKE, FLORID.\. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER ::3, 1916-
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' I | MORE TII.WOOD COMES Ford farm, personally owned by :Mes NORWAY IS VERY BITTER ---

1..I t ; CONGRESS MAY i OUT: OF THE FORESTS OF U. S. srs.time Young this year& Ford planted, and on is a for large the scaleto first @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@;

corn. An elbow in the course of Submarine War has Cost it 121
Little Known Forest Products Widely the river has made it possible for this ,

:. f ORDER EMBARGO Used Everywhere.11ASIIINGTON tract of land to be drained. A canal Ships and Many Lives. I JOB PRINTING I !

) has been cut from each point of the

1111111 : D. C., Oct. CO.-In elbow and the river course diverted CIIHISTIAXIA, Norway, Oct. SO.- @
r f ON FOODSTUFFS into this canal. The old river couse @t
addition to the ordinary uses of wood Never before has the Norwegian pressSo
with which we are familiar, mankind now serves as a drainage for the elands unanimously: expressed the resent- @

; 1 1I is dependent upon the forest for a variety and the lateral ditches are drained mer.t arounsed in Norway, by the last
'; f 0 I I of products whose appearance into the old river bed. A dike is steps in the German submarine war- @ 5&1ui @I
I'I THINK ACTION 1 NECESSARY does not indicate their origin, say the formed at one end, and not only is fare. The Orebladet calls it piracy -

members of the forest service. Numerous drainage obtained, but by the manipu- and says that it is the general opinion @ Neatly and Artistically I
Ii t TO STOP THE RISING COST as these products are, and as lation of the dike dJrngdQ! weather (I I that German war against mercantile. @

extensive, as is their use at the- pres- water can be placed back on the land I ships is directed especially against @ 1-l'\ Done-Give Us a Trial! @

I Government Heed! Nation-Wide Complaint ent time, science is constantly learningnew for irrigating purposes. !j Norway, adding,

I and is Planning Legislative constituents which enter into the The soil is simply the decayed vegetation -I "This continual torpedoing: of Norwegian @ j @

I' makeup of wood and is finding new of centuries. It ranges: from 20 ships deprives Germany of
Action This Winter.ll 4'') feet of solid muck. When I@
to deep "
/, uses to which these constituents and I friends in Norway. @i
those already known can be put. Powder drained it is accessible for cultivationwith The Tidens Tegn says bitterness has
for munitions or blasting, disinfec- either mules and plows or trac- been provoked elsewhere the @
A serious effort to control the increasing by de- @i
j i".. high cost of living will be tants for protection against contagious tors, and it is sufficiently porous to struction of Norwegian property and
"I made following the election, it is reported diseases, and artificial silk for cloth- take off rainfall without discomfort or j the lives of Norwegian sailors in the @ Sraiifnr& (Cmwttj"EXACT [1'1l'grapI1 @ J
ing are the products obtainedin interference with the crops. Arctic ocean and vehemently
in official circles in Washington among urges
( I. I
involving the Departments of Jus- whole or in part from wood. Last ;year from 4l!: acres planted to the government to move. @ @

t t tice Federal, Labor Trade, and commission.Commerce and All the the Charcoal for, the as everyone manufacture knows of, is black essential corn corn an per average acre was yield obtained of fertilizer.142: bushels withoutthe This of I'I'I has The substituted Verdens Gang for! international asserts Germany law @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@I

, ; facts dealing with the alleged manipulation gunpowder. All of the acetone used as application of any and old recognized ethical principles
of prices by speculators will be a solvent in making nitrocellulose pow- year 1100 acres is solidly planted to !the principle power as the basis of
i acid corn which averages over the entire its warfare ---- - --- .- .
prepared for congressional action if ders, is derived from acetic a pro- recognizing no other stan- --- -'--
o this should prove U be necessary. The duct of hardwood distillation. Great i acreage better than 100 bushels to the dard of morals than what its own interests -

j big question of an embargo on the ex- Britain, it is said, is dependent upon acre, all without any commercial fer- dictate. Others papers say the
I the United States, for acetone used in tilizer. It is a sight to behold! The German government's
!, port of foodstuffs will, for the first secret agents
I I. : time, come in for serious consideraI making cordite. Black walnut is a cornstalks stand in almost solid mass who report sailings of Norwegian ,
I I standard for gunstocks, and has beenso from 12: to 15; feet in height, and the ships are tolerated everywhere, while I

;, i r Certain leaders of the master bakers much in demand for the past two quality of the corn is all that could be such agents have been expelled from I

organization of the country and the years that our supply of this valuable desired. Holland and that when Norwegianpress CHANGE"The
wood has been considerably reduced Receding back from this vast acre-
the
: : ; wholesale grocers have urged for correspondents attempt to keep
I': : past several months that President and other woods, notably birch, are be- age of fertile soil the sand soil with ship officers and owners posted as to

Wilson had the right to prohibit ship- ing substituted. From Europe comes the yellow pine growth gradually oc where German submarines are I lying
I', J. ments of wheat. With the election the complaint that there is a shortageof curs. It is the purpose of the promo- in wait off the coast the censorship
be willow for making wooden legs. ters to engage in the livestock indus- their lack of "exact
I out of the way, the question will suppresses telegrams. change" is often a source
I seriously considered, and if it is determined Pure wood alcohol is the only sub- try extensively, and the higher lands The Shipping and Mercantile Ga-
5Jp of to'the
'|!|:; I that some such plan is neces- stance which can be converted com- adjoining afford excellent pasturage, zette says just before the new subma- annoyance individual without a
. : mercially into formaldehyde, which is'' and the corn taken from this land will, rine warfare Account.
i! ; sary to prevent flour and other necessities was inaugurated agentsof Checking
''p l universally used for disinfection of course, be fed to the hogs and cattle the German
it
I'' b !. of life going to panic prices, government appearedin
that will raised thereon. The famous
to against such contagious diseases as be its editorial office and threatened the
I : is likely that Congress, responsive
,1!! 'I I I| 8 Jj the will of the people, will be urged smallpox, scarlet fever and tubercu- cornfields of Illinois and Iowa, about paper and the country because of alleged The ever handy checkbook is always convenient t'

1 1 to take action when it meets in De- losis. The experts at the forest prod- which the American farmer has heard unfriendly feelings toward Ger and makes it to
keep
for fade into insignificance unnecessary
:. cember. ucts laboratory have conducted exten- a generation, many. :

.. Officials at Washington, for the first sive experiments on the production of as compared to the wonderful Public opinion in Norway is greatly money in large sums on hand for current _
I grain ethyl alcohol from wood and production of such land as is to be had excited and the
: time, now admit that the European or popular feeling toward -
,I t r in the river bed of the Oklawaha river. expenses. '
have been successful in experimentalwork Germany is far from
1'I; war will last all through next year I. friendly.
' I and possibly much longer. With crop in raising the yield and loweringthe The Young & Ford farm is the first Ship owners have decided not to per- ,'t'

i damages in this country increasing cost of production. If this processcan commercial drainage project which has [mit their vessels to sail to Russian Our officers will be glad to explain how the
with each report from the states at be put on a commercial basis, the been carried through to a successful' ports in the Arctic and the war insurance -
'I : )' large, it is certain that the United foresters say it will result in puttingthe conclusion in this river bed. There are company will take no risks on check-boak advances personal efficiency.

I I States will be denuded of all its foodstuffs millions of tons of coniferous saw- thousands of acres of just as good land ships or cargoes with such destina- yP
I unless something is done to prevent dust and other material which is now for a distance of 15 to 20 miles southof
. tion.The
:
this farm and contained in this
I it. wasted every year to a profitable use. Aftenposten says Norwav does
. -
I converting celluliose, of the same river bed, which require only the not much 4
The statement in British parliament By one so fear German submarine
I i
i i ," F by Chancellor McKenna, that his government elements of wood, into a gelatinous necessary amount expended to accom- warfare near the American coast as it Bank f Starke '
: j is spending on every working material known as vicose, a wide fieldis plish adequate drainage. Investors in must be supposed the United States is H

1 day $10,000,000 in the United States, opened up for the utilization of wood this part of Florida are just comingto better prepared than are the other
i i simply emphasizes all that has been waste, and a new line of products varying a full realization of the possibilitiesof neutral nations to prevent wholesale i
If.
y reported by the Department of Commerce al Ithe way from sausage casing these rich lands, and in a comparative torpedoing of neutral ships. Starve, :-: Florida

r about the enormous extent of tapestry, is added to the already short space of time the Oklawaha The German submarine warfare has 11

r foreign trade. Several millions a day lengthy list. Many of the the socalled river bed from Silver Springs to Lees- thus cost Norway 121 ships with a to- ,

t of this amount goes for food and clothing "silk" socks, neckties and fancy burg, in Lake county, will be a verita- tal tonnage of 325,000 and the lives of m C
i and other articles badly needed by braids now on the market contain arti- ble gold mine, producing staple cropsin 140 Norwegian sailors.
ficial silk made from wood. almost unbelievable quantities per
i the people of this country, and the
I price of which is already almost pro- About nine-tenths of all the paper acre.With
: t hibitive. which we use is made from wood. Be- 1,100 acres in a solid body and

l J" While the coming session of Con- sides the detailed investigations of the yielding an average of more than 100
i. methods of making newsprint bushels to the acre, Iowa and other I
!, gress will be a short one and will be paper
,' I i devoted largely to appropriation legislation and of the production of paper from Western states will have to admit that "Cured"MII.ay

t r various government officials of woods hitherto unused for the purpose, they have met their match, and that

r I the national capitol believe that it will which have been conducted, kraft pa- Florida the state which by many has

I ,. be possible to get needed legislation per, which compares favorably with been supposed to be given over mainlyto 5 McGee.of Stepb-

i' I affecting the cost of living through, the best on the market, has been produced citrus fruits and vegetables, has enville.Texas writes: "Pot

{ {I providing the government departments experimentally at the forest corn-raising possibilities which give nine ((9)) years, 1 suffered with A. D.
2 promise of that state of ANDREWS
making one :
products laboratory from long leaf
I' .i can agree upon the scope of such laws. womanly 'ouble. I had terrible
.s"I pine mill waste. This kraft paper is the rich corn-growing regions of the
brown in color and is very much stron- country. What has been done on this: headaches, and pains In
j R "OLD HOSS SALE." my back, etc. It seemed II
u MERCANTILE
i ger than ordinary papers. It is used particular tract of 5,000 acres can be COMPANY
I done in of Florida with I would die, I suffered so. At
for a variety of purposes, and, cut many portions
l f I; All Sorts of Wares: Bought by Citizens into strips, is spun and twisted into equally as good results, and it is be- last, I decided to try Cardui RAIFORD
thread which is then woven into onion ing done there and in other parts of the woman's tonic and It FLORIDA.
Saturday.
.
, ,i' and coffee bags, matting, suitcases and the South. helped me right away. The
ft" -------- wall covering similar to burlap, and full treatment not only helped

I : The "old hoss" sale at the express furniture closely resembling that made me, but it cured me."

office Saturday was a lively affair and from reeds, as well as other articlesof KeepingYourselfWeU We have
I provocation of a good deal of mirth. common use. TAKE I some young MARES MULES and

I f There were about 250 packages to be Within the past year the forest pro- GOOD HORSES and
I
1 sold by Auctioneer W. M. Bryan. As ducts laboratory has, by cooperatingwith THE FIRST STEP some balky HORSESwe

the contents of the packages were not i manufasturers, succeeded in get- Cardui want to sell. Anyone wanting to buy
: I known, it was literally to "buy a pig ting a dye from mill waste of osage Usually the first indication of a
i' j in a poke." Almost every buyer opened orange put on the market as a sub- lowering of health is found in the HORSES MULES OR BUGGIES ,
i his package on the platform in the stitute for fustic, which we import bowels and liver. Something goes J

i I midst of an interested crowd, anxiousto from Jamaica and Tehuantepec.There wrong-we eat too much, or work The Woman's Tonic come to see us. We will sell for

see how he came out. Some prom- are only a few examples of too hard-and the bowel action GOOD PAPERS
contained advert the various lines of work carried on weakens or the liver is sluggish. or CASH
ising packages only -
tising circulars. Big flat packages at the forest products laboratory, say That heavy feeling on arising in Cardui helps women in time

like thsoe containing suits of clothes the men in charge. Other activities the morning, dryness of the of greatest need because It ,
ranging all the way from the study of throat, with bad taste, a slight contains ingredients which act
from mail order tailors
were eagerly
i: f bought, but contained only advertis.- 'decay in wood to that of the resistanceof food headache has,fermented dull eyes-all in the show intes-that specifically yet gently, on the We will pay you highest prices for r

ing placards. Several packages mark- wood to fire, are in progress, and tines weakened womanly organs.So SEED
I I and that the body is man- COTTON We bought fifty-
ed "glass" and looking very much like new discoveries are constantly being ufacturing poisons instead of if you feel discouraged .
: those sent ,out to the thirsty from made. Incidentally, the forest products good blood. blue, out-of-sorts, unable to one thousand pounds last Saturday -
i Jacksonville found laboratory at Madison, Wisconsin, was Clear it all ,
were to contain out. Give the do your household work, on
{II the first of its kind in the world andis stomach and bowels fresh September 23rd.
: "liniment, good for man and beast. a start. account of your condition,stop ,
A suit case looked promising and sold probably still the best equipped. Encourage the liver ta go to and
worrying Cardui
With the possible exception of Ger- work. Manalin does all of this, give a
for $2, as the case itself was consid- trial It has
ered worth almost that much. It contained many, no country has done as muchas without griping or weakening.It's helped thousandsof
-
,
the ideal laxative and liver women,-why not ?
the United States systematically to you
several pairs of greasy overalls, tonic, because it follows Nature's Try Cardui. E-71 We will sell you the best COTTON.
investigate the possibilities of its for-
a jagged razor and a rat's nest. The plan, without discomfort inflam- .
! rat had entered through a neat round est resources. mation or forming a habit. Constipation SEED. And don't forget that when \
: t : hole in the bottom, which Mr. Bryan may be overcome with
declared would be thrown in for good RECLAIMED FLORIDA D NOW its use. cotton rises elsewhere it rises at;'

YIELDS 100 BUSHELS OF CORN.In rtable
measure. corom
141
MERCHANTMEN SUNK BY Raiford
1,1" Though few buyers profited by their The Tab- i
purchases, some nevertheless went lets like taste GERMANS DURING SEPTEMBER .
r i away satisfied. Chief Silas Kite got May, 1912, the writer visited a I Chlldrenllke candy. .
land reclamation operation some 10 them, and
or
box of barber's
containing
a supplies, BERLIN.-141 hostile merchantmen
, I enough of cosmetics to last him till 15 miles from Ocala, Fla., where the I safe.they are have been sunk or captured by Teutonic WE HAVE a LARGE STOCK :
course of river 10 and 25
a being
was straightened -
election, besides needed
, next a sorely submarines
or mines
cents. destroyed by
: "I bottle of hair tonic, guaranteed togrow and 5,000 acres of land which ordinarily Th Parana CoCoJumbu. during September, the German admiralty of all kinds of new goods to select -i
,f under
; hair door knob. A. P. Hoffman were water were being
on
a
: .. O. announced. 39 neutral
drained. ships were from. WE
The
WILL
o I thought he would risk 50 cents, plan was an attractiveone sunk for carrying contraband. BUY WHATyou
, i I and got a box containing seven vol- and even at that date gave pro- have sell and
to sell
mise of. remarkble Land you what have
i umes of an encyclopedia, worth, probably success. you
': I $14. A. J. McKinney bought a which had been under water waist r.I I COFFINS CASKETSAnd to buy. WE ARE OUT FOR BUSINESS.
*|11 ,| bag full of school books, crayons and deep had even then been reclaimed in full line 'Ask Your Grocer0
: and a of
jj 11 many other things used in the schools part some of it put under cultiva- Come to see us and see what we can do for
you,
tion. This
[Jll I ', and will sell them for several hundred development gave promiseof Undertakers' Supplies
I t cent But Aaron Coleman showing what could be done in reclamation -
: : per profit. Always on hand. The best ser-
It got the best bargain or all. For $1.50 work. vice at the lowest prices. Special
The
t he bought a box that held a grapho- success of this enterprise is now CHEEKNEAtSCOFFEES
attention
i, phone worth about $35, and the woods told in a letter to the Manufacturers to telegraph orders. A. D.
, 1 Record from ANDREWS
southeast of Starke already resound Mr. Edgar A. Wright, s
j i Registered Embalmer
editor of the
Florida Grower who
with "Casey Jones" and "The Mocking ,. "

I i r 1' : The Bird.sale brought in $71 to the exrtjj writes Ocala: a town of 5,000 or 6,000 pro DeWITT C. JONESSue'sr MERCANTILE COMPANYTHE

gressive citizens, is very properly to G. C. Livingston &; Co .

I, 'if] the press packages company.was The$112.14 charges, so the against sale termed the center of the agriculturaland Starke, Fla. Best By Every Test (( BRICK STORE) ;i

I was one "not for profit. stock raising section of Florida. __ 'J RAIFORD
hi What is without doubt the richest ,
I ILI body of land under cultivation in this FLORIDA'f

i Drives Out Malaria Builds Up System country is located about fifteen miles To Cure a Cold In One Day TM QohlM Tint DOM Not Affect TIle Hud
t The Old Standard general lengthening tonic southeast of Ocala, in the abandoned Became of its tonic and laxative effect. LAXA. tx
i GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC dries out Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stops the TIVE BROMO QtININEilllettnthln ordinary "'
I It << balitiaenrtchntheblood.andbuildSuptheSri.i river bed of the Oklawaha River. This Cough ind Headache and worka off the Cold. Quinine lad does not cause nervousness ncr :It,

r I : t-m. A true tonic. For adult and cbil rCII. SOc. property is known as the Young & E.Druggist W. GROVE'S refund; signature money if on it etch fails be to:&.cure.25c. look ncglog for in the braeS signature Remember of E. the W. full GROVE.name 2Sc and w-: .', F{;i

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FRIDAY NOVEMBER 3, 1916.. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA. PAGE THREB



while fifty or a hundred men were try- THE WORLD-WIDE SHORTAGE OF

ing to save the building, six hundred PAPER. r
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. pounds of dynamite, stored in an ad-

-." ..,, ac.o aooQaaovo e joining building, exploded wrecking .
The scarcity of paper, which is so Breakfast Foods fl
buildings for six hundred feet in every
seriously affecting the of [r 5
Live State News direction. Strange to say, the men newspapers
i I I5iP who were near the building escaped the United States, is not confined to and Cereals
this
country, nor even to Europe. Re-
unhurt.
Jones
HZ52S252S252R52Si5Z5i! oS25i! ? szszg practically Casey an .
ports to the United States
Told by Our Exchanges. engineer, was the most seriously hurt, governmentshow
that there is serious
a very scarcity -
being badly cut about the face.. The
in Brazil, and there are signs thata
shock was felt in this city, fourteen
-- paper crisis is approaching. It is .
ORLANDO-Bishop Cameron Mann PLAST CITY.-Plant City growers miles away, Windows were cracked suggested in that country that tile
have been shipping large lots of corn. and buildings twisted seven miles from
is in the north-has anonunced print smaller Editions
who newspapers in
the The writer started for the
another $5,000; gift to the fund of the Corn importation from other states camp. order to economize on paper. Reports Little bodies
will soon be unneccessary, owing to camp at 7:30, but met parties of peo-
St. Luke Hospital of this city, making from Spain indicate that the manu-
ple in with the that
in within eight days. increased attention being given the coming news no facturers of have
$10,000 gifts paper advised the have
crp in this state.JACKSONVILLE.The. one was hurt seriously. With half a government that, in view of the short must the bestof r
hundred men within seventy-five feet
SACOLA.-Large quantities of -- of the explosion of six hundred poundsof supply of paper, they are willing to nourishment to make F t c
will be imported this first inter- discontinue the export trade, and have
mahogany logs dynamite, while homes nearby were
fall and winter through this city, add- state shipment from Florida of cattle filled with women and children, it : asked the government to fix a price on zzc them strongand healthyto j

to the activity along under certification of the federal gov- paper. A commission has been appointed build
ing considerably seems a miracle that dozens were not them up to ,
waterfront of the Deep Water ernment took place last week under direction killed. Blame consisting of representativesof
the is laid to the fire in the robust manhood andwomanhood.
of Dr. E. M. Nighbert, inspector the government, the paper manu-
city. commissary, caused, it is supposed by
'
in charge of the Florida headquarters facturers, newspaper publishers, and .
rats, as no one had been in the build-
of the animal industry, Jackson- book publishers to pass on all com- yCa
of Polk ing during the day.
The grand jury
BARTOW.-
ville. plaints formulated, and to investigatethe t itt
county charges J. C. Swindell of Lake-, entire subject. In Spain wood pulp And folks need

land, chairman of the county commis- DESERTER'S UNIQUE DEFENSE is reported as having increased 85 grown
ZELLWOOD.-Progressive Orange per
sioners, with illegal conduct. It is alleged cent since the war began. More than it sustain their
to
he hired histeams to Polk county is boasting of the latest move vitalityand f
that on the checker board, which is the for- Officers Couldn't Teach Him to Drill half of the supply of wood pulp in that "
county in other men's names. The popular ,
country has been coming from Sweden energy.
mation of a new corporation, to be Englishman Told Judge.
known as the Zellwood Florida Farms, while Germany and Norway furnisheda \\'tA11t breakfast foods and cereals t.

SARASOTA.-There was unloadedat with a capitalization of $5,000,000.Chas. : considerable portion. the needs of both '
There is meet
something rather fine about
in this
warehouse These
John Saverete's H. Jones will be local manager conditions in Europe and in -.
week 43,000 pounds of the excuse made by a deserter who South America young and old.
place, last over with headquarters at Zellwood, in the are indicative of the ?
f
barrelswere was charged at Willesden police court world-wide
and ninety
fish. Two hundred western part of Orange county. It is paper situation. Readersof
the
shipped from the warehouse to says London Globe. This unfor- newspapers, magazines and adver- UF
the project of the corporation to p
points in the Southern states. The I chase farm lands, sell farm products pur-, which tunate was unable to read or write, tisers should recognize this situation. ,, ; RICE We have them in all
mullet trout, Span- just shows that education can When the
of
fish were mostly price pig-iron advancesthe
manufacture barrels, boxes, twine etc.
ish mackerel and bottom fish. have no influence on the qualities of makers of machinery increaseon til = their tasty goodness the

the heart. He told the bench that he their prices. When the price of ,

Several ;;T. AUGUSTINE. enc'ursging left the army because he was so sorry cotton advances, cotton manufacturersare wheat foods, corn, oats, rice,
SPRINGS.
DeFUXIAK news has just been conveyed to the for the officers. A captain, two lieu- barley etc. Include '
to the estateof necessarily compelled to increase one or
belonging
head of cattle people of St. Augustine that Mrs. tenants, a sergeant major, two ser- the
price of the finished
and
Sheriff Bell in the Dar- goods, so more packages in
the late your
Mary Lily Flagler will rebuild the geants and three corporals had tried to runs the rule all through the business -

lington section, were horribly unknown mutilated Flagler hospital, recently destroyed by teach him to drill, but he was totally world, except in the publishingend next order.
week
one night last by be fire, as a memorial to her husband, the unable to learn it. and here it would seem that pub-

parties. No reason can assignedfor late Henry Morrison Flagler. Nothing Why, argued this man, illiterate but lishers out of the desire to into
run
the act unless it was pure cussed- further than this important announce- of noble mind, waste the time of those bankruptcy are expected, regardless of Telephone Orders Given Prompt Attention

ness. ment is known here as yet, no details able officers on useless labor? Why impose the price of raw materials, not to ad-

having been included in the first news on them the Sisyphean toil of vance the price of their papers nor A. M. DARBY

AVON PARK.-The first shipmentof The plans, exact cost and other details trying to drill the undrillable? He their advertising rates. In any .M.her

grapefruit for the season was billed will no doubt be supplied in the near could imagine the enthusiasm with line of business the man who follows ,

from here Wednesday. The fruit was I future. It is safe to assume, however, which they turned to the instructionof this policy would go into well deserved STARKE FLA.

ripe when packed in the car and of i that Mrs. Flagler will build a magnifi- more teachable recruits. bankruptcy, and the business world ,

splendid quality. With the first car already sent structure, along modern lines, We could wish there were more like would say that he justly deserved his

shipped it will only be a short with all the latest improvements us- him, says the Globe. There are those fate for his lack of business sense. -

time before the regular heavy ship- ual to a first class hospital. who are unable to learn, but cannot Possibly the newspapers of the coun-

, ments will begin to roll. recognize it. You may tell a certain try will soon recognize the situation LELAND SOFT PHOSPHATE'THE

LIVE, OAK.-The pig club work is type of office boy four thousand timesto anr meet it in exactly the same way

PLANT CITY.-The Seaboard Air developing rapidly and,fifteen countiesare put the waste basket on the right that other producing interests haveto

; Line already has sidetracks in this represented in the membership.Only side of your desk, and on the four meet the advanced cost of labor and
GREAT NATURAL PLANT FOODMakes
' city to hold upwards of four hundred five counties, Marion, Hillsboro, thousand and first time he will placeit materials, and if business men of good

I cars, but that is insufficient to accommodate Hernando, Suwannee and Duval, are on the left, as ever. But he will not sound, common sense will study the "

I efficiently the business of the preparing to hold contests this year, dream of removing himself. How different situation, they will recognize the necessity big crops and permanently improves the soil.

1 road. Work has been started on two according to G. L. Herrington, boys' from the deserter of Willesden! of meeting this problem as Our SOFT PHOSPHATE is supplying a long felt want among the 1

I additional sidings, each of which will club agent for the university of Flor- other manufacturers meet advancingcosts
farmers and who want natural which is
a cheap phosphate
Pine Tar Relieves growers
Cold.
I have capacity for at least thirty cars. ida extension division. This pig club a of raw materials.The .

work is new in Florida, since it was Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey contains importance of the publishing softer and more soluble than the ordinary ground phosphate or {

I MADISON Sheriff Stanton Monday started only about a year ago. It is all the soothing elements of the pine industry is shown in the fact that the floats and which is free from the objectionable chemicals so often to "
value of the
probable that more members could products of the newspaperand
of beer 140 barrels
carload -
seized ,
i a forest. It heals the irritated
I at the Georgia and Florida depot have been enrolled if just any kind of mem- periodical, book and job printing be found in commercial or mined manures.
had been admitted. The aim has brane, and by its antiseptic proper- industry of the country for 1914, according '
from
and has the same to-ked upon the pig. LELAND SOFT PHOSPHATE is mined our own rich deposits
bcTi: to the production of ties loosens the phlegm, you breathe to the census reports, amounted -
here. The beer had been shipped encourage
track of Soft Phosphate in Hernando ccounty. We pulverize it to fine
from Jacksonville via Valdosta and pure bred animals and to see that each easier, and what promised to be a to $810,508,111, a gain of 22.3 per a

was consigned to John Williams, Mad- member had enough feed and proper severe cold has been broken up. For cent over the output for 1909. powder and sell direct to the grower. .

ison, Fla. The name John Williams, facilities for raising the pig. that stuffed up feeling, tight chest or The amount of money expended for Write us for literature and prices.

is supposed to be fictitious. sore throat take a dose of Dr. Bell's advertising through these publicationswas

-- FORT LAUDERDALE.-The inde- Pine Tar Honey and prevent a wear- advertising 255954082.figures are As, large they are as smal-these SEMINOLE PHOSPHATE COMPANY, CROOM, FLORIDA ,

KISSIMMEE. The citrus exchange pendent ticket in Broward county received ing, hacking cough dragging throughthe
ler
I than they should be. The
packing house at this place has received a stunning blow when the boardof winter. At your druggist, 25c. ((3)WANTED) is only beginning to appreciate country the creative D. W. ALVAREZ, Agent, Starke, Flay
I county commissioners refused to
all machinery and equipment value of advertising. Manufac-

! and will be ready to open for business permit any names to be printed upon turers, merchants, railroads, towns #
-- -- --- --
! on November 1st. It is said that this the official ballot for the coming elec- and cities are all beginning to awakento IE bIdli'

packing house when completed, will be tion other than the democratic nomi- the fact that the mightiest r '
power
: one of the best in this part of the state.It nated in the primary of last June. This available for the development of busi-

will have the capacity of three car- action of the commissioners puts a ness is advertising. The more thoroughly SMOKE
loads quietus upon the ambitions of republicans at once - -
! per day.LARGO.A this is appreciated the larger
independents and socialists andif will be the prosperity of the t

! the permitted to stand means the unani- 500 MENfor Manufacturers Record.IT country.
new organization, mous election of every county officer in ALL PURE HAVANAThe

I Murphy Manufacturing Company, will Broward county. However, legal action -
MAKES ME TIRE
begin operation soon in the manufacture -
can be taken to compel the com- clearing land, fencing, ditch-
I
of grapefruit juict products at -
missioners to recede from the stand ing, etc., and for farm
general
of the South. Made the
will popular cigar by
this place, which they estimate they have taken and there promises to It makes me tired to sit in church half

i amount to 60,000 gallons during the be a lively fight in the coming elec- work. $1.33 per day paid for day blinded by big hats, STARKE CIGAR COMPANYGeo.

season. The plan is to make byproducts tion. laborers, and large amount of It makes me tired to be disturbed by

I out of the citrus fruit under the contract work being done and noisy, wicked brats,

most modern methods. The pasteurizing MIAMI.-Throughout- the county much larger wages can be earned.A It makes me tired to hear those guys L Massey, Prop. . Starke, Fla.
methods will be adopted. who are not democratsAll
there will be a large crop of early to- number of foremen also wan- ,
boost and praise that grand old

TAMPA.-Eight men are out for matoes and beans shipped this seasonif ted who can bring their own la- fraud, whose name is Sidney ,
unforseen trouble arises. A. R.
for no bor. Plenty of buildings for Catts.It .
the collector
office of county tax
Jones, of Little River, has fifty acres
Hillsborough county, since it is believed planted in tomatoes and twelve acres housing men, and permanent em- WRITE AT ONCE FOR
that J. L. Branc hwill be makes me tired to see the world f
perma- planted in beans. Both crops are do- ployment furnished. Labor paid
nently removed for shortage in his ac- leave business off for sports, li7
fine with evidence of abun- CATALOGUE
PREMIUM
ing an an every two weeks. Transportation
col- It makes me tired to read so much of
counts. The fact that the city tax :
dant yield of fruit. West and south-
furnished if desired. Apply im- armies, and forts,
lector shortin guns
was recently found $35,000 west from this city there has been Listing Hundreds of Valuable and Useful Articles Given for Securing
his account, and now the county tax mediately to the Southern Cattle And makes me tired to hear the stuffa
large acreages planted and so far they New Subscriptions to
collector is said to be $80,000 short, give evidence of unusual yield. In Feeding Company, Green Cove Catts-Hughes gang reports,
an
does from Their leading lie to fool the weak is [ 3r10riia
not seem to deter patriots lie i1lctrcpnlie
other parts of the county there are Springs, Fla., or to MeL Conoly, that "nominee of courts"

tackling the jojb.MIAMI. large fields of eggplant which are doing Belmore, Fla.General. Guaranteed articles for Every Possible Use and for Every

unusually well. At this time it Member of the Family.
It makes me tired, especially, to knowa
.-M. Pinder paid $550 to looks as though the acreage devoted to Southern
sell beer for in this Un- in Dade will be man
one day city. vegetables county 3Flnrtim
Would swallow all that rotten stuff wl1r illrtrnpn1is
der the city ordinance the license for greater than last year. The acreageto r. those Pennsylvanians "can"

selling near beer is $500 per year, and be devoted to Irish potatoes will be InsuranceI 1 To ship down here for democratsthat 9-11 East Forsyth Street Jacksonville, Fla. ,

the law provided that the license betaken much larger than in any previous dirty, wicked plan 4 tHULLS

away from any one violating years.MARIANNA.. represent none but FIRST Of fake religious politics the fires of .
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rny of the provisions of the law. Pincer -
CLASS companies and will be I hate to fan. ...
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took out license Saturday, violated Information -
was
the law by selling on Sunday and on brought to the city Tuesday by T. W. mote constantly interests.en the alert Guarantee to pro- That makes me tired, yet I feel sure

Monday was fined $50 and his license Coneley, Jr., carrier on Route D, from your the backbone of our state-

taken from him. this city of a deplorable accident at courteous treatment to all pa- The real manhood, who never fails,

Orange Hill in which Burns White, a trons. A well written policy bya which makes our country DEPARTMENT }

nXACOL.\-A new industry wars VOUPS: white man lost his life. The first-class agent in a first- great-

spend in this city on October 19th.! deceased who e home is in Chipley, class company sometimes means Will stand beside the party now and STORENeither

"hen the Fish Cannirg Factory of th "as a well digger, and had gone to much in case of loss by fire. vote the ticket straight

1:. E. Saunders Company commenced I O-a1"'e Hill for the purpose of clean May Catts and Hughes be made to feel

operation. The canning of fish chow- ing out \ well for Ed Everett Jr. The H. C. RICHARD, Starke our old-time strength and Catts or Knott have affected our busi. ,

d-r will be one of the chief products .wl] Was some :35; feet deep and the un- r weight.

ff the plant and this business is expected fO t"n"tp man was at 'the bottom D. McDOXALD.. ness. We have a fine grocery trade and have fine 1

to develop greatly as soon as busy when without warning the sides Lake Butler, Fla.
groceries. We sell for cash. We have a good line I
'
the merits of the chowder becomes pave way, burying the victim under

widely known. The will be several feet of dirt. He evidently and Glassware
supply was Changing Seasons Bring Colds. of Furniture, Hardware, Crockery j

racEd! within reach of all parts of the I smothered as hp: was only heard to Stuffed-up head, clogged-up nose,

United States.JACKSONVILLE.. groan once, and there were no bruiseson For Ladies & fientsLet tight chest, sore throat, are sure signs Feeds, Fertilizers, A Solid Car of Phoslime (Soft

his person. His helper at once of cold and Dr. King's New Discoveryis Phosphate and Lime) put up in 100 pound white
spread the news of the accident, and me "B" your tailor and
.-The erection in relief. A dose of this combination
sure -
the near future of a large meat-pack- the entire neighborhood responded.Men have the satisfaction of know- of antiseptic balsams soothesthe sacks, Get our Prices. Brick and Lime, Paits, Oils,.

UI''Sr house by Thomas E. Wilson & Co., :: worked'HI relays trying to releasethe ing you have the neatest irritated membrane, clears the Gasoline. We buy Country Produce, Eggs, Sweet
successors to Sulzberger & Sons, is victim before he died, but the con- made to order suit in town.
Announced by representatives of the dition the place was in required several }Your pressing and alteration head, loosens the phlegm, you breathe Potatoes, Corn, Etc.
hours before he could be gotten to the easier and realize your cold is bro- '
company, who have secured a large business solicited. Yours for the Square Deal,
tract of land in the manufacturing sec- surface and than it was too late, as ken up. Treat a cold persistently; .

tion of the city for suitable buildingsand all efforts to resuscitate him failed. The United Tailoring Co. half-way measures are not completeand

stockyards. The Wilson interest a Phone 83 leave a lingering cough. Take N. B. HULL

short time ago bought and consolidated PERRY.-Blue Creek log camp was D'r. King's New Discovery until your

a large number of independent practically destroyed by an explosionlast Across Street From P.O.iutrtrtrtruu. cough is gone. For 47 years the fav-

packers, and are now numbered among night at 10:55 o'clock. Fire was orite remedy for young and old. At

the largest packers in the country. discovered in the commissary and your druggist, 50c. (3)









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f PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COIr TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3'.1916. !

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J Bradford If Milton Smith, editor of the Tal- I We are still waiting for an answer I summoned to bring the original re- J I MISCONSTRUING WHAT THE j much he would fed that he owed :
jJ I County Telegraph lahassee Democrat will come down I!'to our question about Jap Allen mating turns. On a comparison of the recount 1 TELEG2S) SAID. I those who had jiven him litThi.to.' I

!here and tell the election inspectors of ; speeches at a meeting a Catts with the original returns they i j much he would fed that he owed 1

Published Weekly and entered as sec- this county that their recount of the \club. Jap is such a good republican were found to be identical. This, of I The Telegraph learns that an efforts a merciful God fur turning >.is footsteps to.
gubernatorial vote was "dirty" hell) that he would r.ot even register; on the course: ended the charge of fraud that in the way that he s1o..j:
: being made to construe something
.. \ : ond class matter at the post-office at get himself into a first class row. 'I primary election books for fear he had been so freely made by the inspector j that it has said into a reflection on, I j In all kindness fJ! spirit we dodicate g.

t 1 i Starke, Florida. I might be suspected of running with ;. I or criticism of, citizens who have come j! this thought to Rev. Mulled: J. for hit
the democrats, and yet he makes prayerful consideration.j : ;
here the their
t from North to make "
I and
U. Fletcher ,
I ; i r E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner Governor Ser.ator Park Duncan: Trammell have pronounced j i speeches at a meeting of a Catts club, TAXPAYERS, BEWARE! homes among us. Of course, the Tel-j We thir.k it has teen show that the

( H. E. LAGERGREX, Associate Editor themselves in favor of the :l J and this same Catts club passes reso- egraph has never said anything that religious crusade that brujght }Ir. :
: I \ ''lutions calling on all democrats to Catts into p rorr.i..e..ce is nethirg
could be construed rational bat
; election of the entire democratic ticket. fairly by a i
stand Mr. Catts because It is not surprising that Mr. Catts "
I by they say, I mind into such and of political buncorr.b. As such it should
thing, ,
elsewhere their letters any
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I TICKET We publish; himself: in favor
DEMOCRATIC he is the democratic nominee. Things pronounces of the 1! be dismissed from the milf
the Xo one particularly {course nothing could be further from every
'
subject.
on
be drainage of the Everglades. To
J seem to petting wonderfully mixed. carryon 'thoughtful citizen.
kIr.
the intentions of this We have
1..1 into family row. | ; paper.
enjoys getting a i;The safest thing for democrats to do this gigantic scheme would furnish '
r National State and County. If these gentlemen did not know that j I in a situation of this kind is to standby I just the opportunity for exploitation i i said and we still say that some of the ,I I ;:

the threatened disruption of the demo- I the democratic organization. Our that an adventurer is looking for. men who have drifted into the state I ) and Mrs. 0. A. Thorny Lake)

t cratic party menaced the best interests )(I state executive committee has recog- Twelve years and several millions of and are trying by appeal to religious I Butler were visitors to :take Mon;

I President: of this state they probably would 'i'['r.izedfr. Knott as the nominee of our dollars have already been expended in prejudice to elevate themselves to po day.
i. Woodrow Wilson.r hold aloof in the present unfortunate' draining the Everglades and still i litical leadership: are not safe leaders
I: : party and the thing for us to do is to theyare for who I .
our people, know from bitter -
' situation.
: Vice President ;;elect him. talking about drainage. The dan- -
Thos. P. Marshall. ger of the scheme now is that all the experience that owing to peculiar con
; : j ditions in Florida the ascendency of --V".'!..
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resources that could be diverted 4
toj I
; Presidential Electors- Governor Park Trammell was in a From the Ft Pierce Tribune I the democratic party is to JV21ffJ: ....,. ..
we this necessary .' I .
have ; \\J:
been exhausted, and ; :
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purpose .
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J. T. Butler.M. position to observe the election contest I the and the :"":' ...... t-.. .o-\-. .
learn that 4.9 9,800 pounds of fish the next move must be to bond the i growth prosperity of state "T....,::', <.,, :t \ ''A.... J.\.I'.! ...
'i Caravella. between Knott and Catts pretty close- were shipped from St. Lucie county state or tax its citizens. Looking to land the happiness of its citizens, ....:.:"-.t'f" .....\ .'

J. P. Clarkson. ly. In a signed letter he states posi- from June 1st to October 25th. Plac- this movement a member of the leg- I whether they are native born or Floridians U I- You don't have to be.
the entire
: I I F. E. Harris.M. tively that he will support ing the value of this fish at 6 cents per islature from of the .I !by adoption. We take it thatzany
which includes Mr. one Everglades jg a College .
H. Mabry.W. democratic ticket, ( professor,
pound we find that the fish shipmentsfrom counties time invited I I sane man, whether he was born
J H. Price. Knott. Is it probable that he woulddo some ago mem- in Florida in Maine that 1 or even an expert
St. Lucie county in less than five : bers from other counties to meet in a :',i or knows our
'I I j U. S. Senator- this if there was all the crookedness months were worth in round numbers conference to consider state bonds for 'I'negro population is not qualified togO"ern $1:f*. farmer to get paying fg j:
the Catts spell-
: ; Park Trammell. i about the contest that believe there I three hundred thousand dollars. These carrying on the drainage work. I(. and control a state, and yet M with S *oJ

J : Congressman, 2nd Congressional I II binders would have us fish belong to all the people of the This paper predicted several years such domination is invited wheneverwe crops till. if.
was? state, but because they happen to live disrupt and disorganize the democratic
;I I I ,j District i athat!' the accomplishment of this I
: : i I Frank Clark. I l on the coast the people of St. Lucie Everglades drainage scheme would require -!, party. It is better for every Armour .,
I county are the only who living man in the state, including the
profit
0 : Governor- The Telegraph has refrained from persons fifteen to twenty years and
!' t Wm. V. Knott. I,' personal criticism: of Mr. Catts. We I by the catching and selling of our fish. told millions of dollars. Twelve ) un-I negro himself, that the state government -

r.f Secretary of State- I*,have heard a good many things that Is it unreasonable to expect that the have elapsed since Governor should be in the hands of its Feiti1izerOur48specialbraads

i II. Clay Crawford. I IIt 'late' derogatory to him, but to call his I I:people of St. Lucie county who are was elected on the drainage issue and I white citizens

: ; Comptroller- I|I personal shortcomings into question making! money out of catching and every resource at the command of the I This consideration! has always been
Ernest Amos. has not been the object of this paper. selling our fish should pay a reason- Internal Improvement Board has been counted so important to the well-being ti J _i
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Treasurer- 1 I We believe that his election and the able license tax into our treasury for exhausted in prosecuting the work that of the state that until the religious !$5 are desiped to get m

I J. C. Luning.Superintendent consequent hopeless split of the demo- the privilege, and that they should be he promised us he could do in a few crusaders came among us there ?& bieeestDcssiblsDro-f")

I I cratic party would be a great required to take reasonable precau- months, and yet we still have a man was never a question as tt the course :: f.r
. : Public InstructionW. tune to this state. For that misfor-I tions to prevent the exhaustion of our running for governor with Everglades |'to be followed by democrats after the :-a't la the hands of

'. !! X. Sheats. have warned the members of the democratic i i j fish supply and the destruction of our drainage as the only constructive I party organization had spoken. The ijg. average Florida -.j

i : Justice Supreme Court- party against being misled on I oyster beds. Certainly it is not unrea plank in his platform. In the efforts !(pronouncement of the party organization sl growers under aver- : J;
I i ; I Jefferson B. Browne. issues that have no bearing on the po- sonable. But Candidate Catts, in order that have been made to accomplish !I! was the party law, and every
l R. F. Taylor. litical situation in this county or state. I to catch some votes, advocates the this drainage the entire Internal Im- member of the prty felt it to be his ; ; age Florida condi- tdf.

j 11.0 Railroad Commissioner- repealing of this law. provement fund of the state has been bounden duty to uphold and supportthe tions. Among oar r;: I

I. Royal C. Dunn. '0' If you are not yet convinced that spent and an effort to sell bonds based party organization. They knew formulas are some '

I. For State Senator- many of the men who are taking the On his last appearance in Starke on Everglades territory has failed. that safety lay in that direction. f.3 that fit YOUR needs
'I! :'1 A. D. Andrews. most prominent part in the Catts Mr. Catts stated positively and with- To carry on the efforts at drainage That our new-found leaders have

'1/1 For Representatives- campaign are conniving at the disrup- out any qualification whatever that he there is nothing left but to tax the been able, on a mere appeal to relig- i i if Booklet is free. 1

' II A. S. Crews. tion of the democratic party in Florida had had a detective employed to hunt people of the whole state. This paper ious prejudice, to cause a very consid- : .;. Armour Fertilizer fl ,
1'1 W. G. Seals. then we call your attention to the fact down ballot box frauds and that this thinks that the property owners in erable number of democrats to take j

I. !! Clerk Circuit Court that the Hon. Leonidas Wade who detective had absolute proof that Israel Bradford county do not want to pay to their choice for the highest office WorksJacksonville :

'; i; I W. T. Weeks. spoke here Monday night for Catts McCall, of Jasper, had tampered any such tax and for that reason it within their gift a man about whom FJLDON'T I

County Judge- did not confine his opposition to Mr. with the ballot boxes of Hamilton again sounds a note of warning to they had never heard six months priorto "':\:", .
(I Geo. A. Gardiner. Knott. He also lambasted Frank county. No one can deny that Mr. them. We do not, of course, expectthe the primary election in June and -'t';*$ 'ft tr ?j.' ,.r"r.
'w !
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, I I Sheriff- Clark, democratic nominee for con- Catts made this statement. A few days Billie Parkers and John Mulladyswho about whom they still know nothing, ;'all ,.(A .,rrt. i1 '
(! j i W. J. Epperson. gress from the second district. If you later the election :-natter was before are so active in their support of except as he himself has told them; -

\j .:. ,r Tax Assessor- want a little more evidence along this the supreme court and Mr. Catts, instead Mr. Catts to pay any attention to this that they have been able to cause lifelong -

;s N. D. Wainwright.Tax line ask the Hon. John Mullady if he of making good his charge warning. If taxes were made so burdensome citizens of the state to lose confidence THROW AWAY YOUR
,
Collector- intends to vote for Frank Clark or i against Israel McCall, preferred as to be past endurance it.j I in their life-long neighbors,
s I t B. M. Dowling. Judge R. F. Taylor. charges against the clerk of the courtof would not affect them. But those of i I and that they have succeeded, througha MONEY
i '.: Superintendent School*- Hamilton county and an assistant us who have the taxes to pay should j continuous and systematic tirade of

, E. R. PoppelL After months of preaching the state auditor. Israel McCall's name be careful of what we do. abuse, in undermining the confidenceof -

t I County Surveyor was not even mentioned in the proceed many people in the integrity of our
doctrine of "tear down" Mr. Catts re-
by selling to Peddlers. You
;i Geo. E. Kelly. cently in speeches at Tampa ana Ocala ings. They found a trifling sort of WHO IS W. T. COWLES courts of justice, is the basis for the can get
I I County Commissioners- proclaimed himself a constructionist. ft how around Jasper who would swearthnr Telegraph's warning that their leader- much better prices by shipping directto
R. J. Andrews. h* saw the rJprV- nf the is
: "I\II" ship dangerous. We know nothingof usWe
The constructive plank that he addedto The
Democrat
'J. J. Blackwelder.S. and the assistant; ; has been asked whois their
I state auditor tam-. political affiliations where
I his platform is a promise to drain that man W. T. Cowles, who has
. i t T. Dowling. the Everglades. He said that he was uri.'g with ballot boxes and trey been sent out by theKnott: they came from;and if we follow this buy Metals, Rubber, Rags,
campaign
H. D. May.J. thought this was better than character of
a story leadership pell-mell
I' I we
in favor of employing Colonel Goe- committee.We .
I L. UnderhiIl.I they could tell on McCall. The clerkof know nothing about where they will Sacks, Bones, Etc, Etc, and pay
I I I thals, the army engineer, who was in answer: He is the same Cowles
School Board-
: Member the court and the assistant auditor land .
1 t J. E. Douglass. charge of the digging of the Panama proved that they were engaged in who manipulated the dirty recounts of us.Typical Highest Prices & Give Prompt ,
Canal, to carry on the Everglades Knott in the counties of Hamilton, of the leadership against
If' J. C. McRae.
drainage. The Colonel would be a checking some receipt stubs at the Bradford, Alachua and Suwannee.- which the Telegraph warned its read- Returns.Price .
T. B. Pinbolster. time the Catts witness
good man for the job, for while he thought theywere Tallahassee Democrat ers may be mentioned Candidate Catts
Justice of the Peace, 6th. DistrictJ. -
the 'Glades he would also tampering with ballots and bal- The himself, Billie Parker, the boss List mailed on application.
C. was draining foregoing is a fair sample of crusader -
Poppell. lot boxes. Is it not
drain the tax payers of the state. In very probable that what all this hurrah about fraudulent and Rev. John Mullady, who
Constable 6th. District- all the -
. talk have heard
the Panama Canal the Colo- we about bal- seems to be the main noiseof
C Jacob J. Johns. building lot box recounts is based upon. The Democrat guy or big
NOTE-If nominees for justice of nel spent five hundred million dollars. much foundation tampering has just about as speaks of Mr. Cowles manipulating the Catts organization in our own THE PENINSULAR METAL CO.
in fact the
I as state-
.
He is a good'spender.. the recount in Bradford county.It
the and constable in other districts Of
county.
peace ment made by Mr. Catts in Starke?
I of the county will send in their I We think it is natural that Mr. Catts course the Democrat had to speak of it cannot be claimed that Mr. Catts JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

I: names we will be glad to publish them. When it comes to foxiness you have I and his lieutenants would raise flurry as a "dirty recount." That is part of has ever performed any service that
I to hand the blue ribbon to Candidate !' a the game. It so happens that Mr. would commend him to our attention 'i.H+ PLsi9.. Fe0N0100/
I of this kind, but we do not see why .
. .f Catts. He brought himself into notice i Cowles was not present at the recount las a suitable man for governor of the .
people should believe it. 0
A
COMER L. PEES
The consensus of opinion seems to by a fight on the Catholics. He and of the that great many in Bradford county. In fact, we doubt I state, and it cannot be denied that he .
: be that it will be wise to vote against people they make ugly if Mr. I
t his chief lieutenant, the Hon. Billie charges against have lived here all Cowles has ever set foot on pained such public notice as he has Florida Real Erfak, Land u4 0
f all of the proposed constitutional Parker, went for President Wilson un- I their lives Bradford county soil. The recount in had mainly through a crusade againstthe 0 0
I : amendments. None of them seem to sparingly for having a Catholic for honor and and have occupied positionsof this county was made by the same in- Catholic church. There is nothing ,0 Timber Expert 0
trust without
have any special merit, and whe nthis his private secretary and told the people a breath of sj ectors who made the first count. Not to show that he ever led any such cru- 0
i I is the case it is just as well to let the that 85 per cent of the government suspicion ever attaching to their a single one of these inspectors raaa sade until he became a candidate forI I. 83 yean Experience .t Stirkl. ;

); : constitution stand as it is. employes under Wilson were Catholics, names. Why should we believe'stories any charge that the ballot boxes; had 'governor of Florida and adopted it asa .
about
them that are hatched and told been. I...tt...t+lt.t..H.Ou400N
t :: : which was absolutely untrue. Until for nothing but in any wise interferred with. In campaign slogan. If he were sincere
I effect
political ?
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I Within the last few Candidate just a few days ago we had never seen fac they all satisfied themseh-p! I-1 1 Jin his nreachment against: the- Cathy.
days -- ---
I II Catts has pronounced himself in favor where Mr. Catts had opened his mouthin fore proceeding with the recount: that lics his. own state' of Alabama offereda

; I of the re-election of President Wilson. favor of the re-election of Wilson. KEEP FACTS IN MIND. the boxes were in the same condition better field for his efforts than Flor-

: Mr. Wilson has not changed his secretary When he made his last speech at Tam- as when they were delivered at the ida, because there are four Catholics IW'j QifJ

and his secretary has not pa he came out flat-footed for Wilson. In considering the gubernatorial coJrt house by them the day following' in that state to one in Florida, or he

changed his religion. Tumulty is still Probably thought the news of his contest keep in mind that the same inspectors the election. In making the recount might simply have moved over into

the president's private secretary and change of heart would not get to the who held the election made errors were found. These were cor- Louisiana where the population is per-

; Tumulty is still a Catholic. After all, boys in the woods before election day. the recount of the votes. In doing rected, new returns were made and haps fully one-half Catholics, and .

we guess Brother Catts is not such a .- this they simply corrected errors that signed by the inspectors and these returns where his missionary efforts could

, i I ; rabid Catholic hater. He just wanted As-a sample of the political hysteria had been made in the hurry of the were forwarded to the state r?n- have had a much wider range than in
f to stir the boys up. that has taken hold of some peo- canvass on the night of the election. vr siing board at Tallahassee. That is this state.

I I ple we cite the fact that a newspaper The courts had absolutely nothing to the whole story of what the Tallahassee Billie Parker and the Rev. John ful-

1I I I down the East Coast, edited by a man do with the recount except that they paper calls a "dirty recount" in. lady, who have worked the Catholic
1 In his reference to the Telegraph at recently into the ordered it to be Bradford county. i crusade
imported state, callson made, as the law pro- over-time, are both from
1 the Catts meeting Monday night Rev. all members of the supreme court vides they shall do whenever the result And that is the whole story of the Pennsylvania, a state teeming with i'r

John Mullady spoke of it as the only of the state to resign because Mr. of an election is contested. We do recounts in other counties. The same Catholics. If Billie Parker were sin- f t

l democratic paper in the county. He Catts and J. A. Williams, one of his not hear the inspectors making inspectors who first counted the votes cere in his anti-Catholic efforts does 1k

I intended this as sarcasm, but it was lawyers, is making charges againstthe charges that the ballot boxes were recounted them. It was simply a re- it not occur to you that his talents

the absolute truth. Both of the other court. Did anyone ever see a litigant tampered with. These! charges come checking of their work, and when errors could have been more profitably em-

papers are supporting candidates outside that was pleased"when the decis- from the campaign spell binders. were found they were corrected ployed in his own state, where there

o of the democratic party. They ion of the court went against him? We The only places where the inspectorsmade without regard to who was affected by are perhaps a thousand Catholics to

o / are not only opposing Mr. Knott, butI' have often heard not only the litigant charges that the ballot boxes the correction. one in Florida? Who has ever heardof

they are opposing Frank Clark about himself but his lawyer, as well, berate had been tampered with was the We are glad to be able to reproduce him leading a crusade against Catholics -
whose nomination there was no contest jurors because their verdict had gone Greenville precinct of Madison county this paragraph from the Tallahassee in Pennsylvania? COMETHINGfortheNcwlyweds

I the wrong way. Those of us who have i and the Rochelle precinct of Alarhua i paper because it will show to those of And now we come to our own local. it'sa I

' not lost our mental balance in this county. The preponderance of evidence our readers who have been misled by j Moses, especially inspired, no doubt---, -

r t If our new-found political leaders campaign had better stand togetherfor showed that the Greenville box the Catts charges of fraud that the !j and sent here to array us in arms difficult problem to select

J \ are prompted in their support of Mr. the democratic nominees from the had been tampered with and just as charges have no foundation. There I against a little handful of people who a gift that will not
top to the bottom of the ticket. son as this testimony had been never was a cleaner transaction in the choose to
i! i Catts by only lofty motives, why are legally world j worship God as members of be duplicated by some
, '\ they opposing Frank Clark There S taken Mr. Knott had his attorney! than the recount of the votes in I the Catholic church, and to teach rock-
i '; was no contest about Mr. Clark's nom The editor of the Telegraph was not to strike Madison county from the this county, and yet we find that it is ribbed Florida democrats how to vote. one else.

o ination. Democrats who know the im- at the Catts meeting held Monday contest proceedings.' He did this notwithstanding classed as a "dirty recount. The same I The writer never heard of our Moses In our of experience -
f portance of maintaining a solid dem- night at the court house and was very that he had affidavits is undoubtedly true of the other coun- I chirping about the Catholic church until years
ocratic organization in this state will much surprised Tuesday when he from seven men who swore that they ties. The recounts are "dirty" simply after the campaign opened last we have helped

do well to study all the circumstances learned that the Hon. John Mullady, voted first choice votes for him.whereas because Mr. Knott gained enough spring, but we are now told that he many puzzled people

, ; attending and surrounding this cams preacher-politician, had made this pa- the returns gave him only votes to show that he was the nomi- claims to be a reformed Catholic and make judicious selec-

i paign. per the subject of comment in the five. I nee.In says that the other members of his
course of an address. To know thatso In the Rochelle precinct the inspectors St. Lucie county Mr. Catts mide family still belong to that denomina- tions. Let us help you

distinguished a personage as the were positive that the box had a gain of 10 votes and in Dade he tion. If this is true, then is it not to make yours. Our
Besides his promise to drain the Everglades Hon. John even deigned to notice this been tampered with. In his determi- pained 13 votes. No one has heard that the Rev. John is apparent -
I Candidate Catts has added paper or its editor well-nigh overcomesus. nation to get at the truth of the mat- Mr. Catts or any of his followers say i an 'important field for home neglecting mis-- stock comprise a thou-

) another plank to his platform. He Some have said that he "romped"on ter Judge Wills, who presided at the that these recounts were "dirty," and sionary work? sand and one different

wants us to have the recall for su- the Telegraph and others say that I proceedings, questioned the inspector! yet they were made just as the recounts The editor of this paper knows noth- articles that would prove

preme court judges. In other words, his criticisms were nice and mild. It exhaustively as; to the contents of the .! in other counties were made, ing about the Catholic church, but if
r+ when decision of the court did not makes the difference that Mr. both useful and highly ,
; a no particular difference to us box whe nthey delivered it at the being Catts he were a Catholic and thPLord God ;;
suit a litigant he could start a move- what the Hon John's attitude toward court house in Gainesville. The inspec- gained. of Hosts should cause the scales to fall acceptable. .

! ment to have the judges ousted. This this paper was at that time or is at tors went fully into the matter, telling from his eyes, revealing the church to ..r
; would assure us of having elections every this time. The Telegraph will prob- how many votes there were in the box him as a hideous monster and "
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+ few days and would be a picnic ably survive, and we suspect that it for Mr: Catts, how many for Mr missioning him to go forth and preacha com- Step in tnd get ear faffftstio'V.tcfo r.j

for curbstone politicians ,and grafters, and its editor will be here long after .Knott, and how many were not counted Opt aBroken true gospel he would direct his efforts *you go tty farther.Wt .
. but it would keep us in'continual tur- the Hon. John has "folded his tent like ,because of being improperly marked to the salvation of those of his can place you.
moil. It occurs to us that Candidate the Arab and as silently stolen Then the
away. I judge instructed the inspectors L...rv sea Duplicated own flesh and blood before he took
V.D.MINERSTARKE
I Catts is promising ttrything that is Men like the Hon. John are with us to open the box and recount the Sam.. Day as Ruined time to dabble in the factional or -

a.I calculated to win a vote, regardless of for a season, but soon pass on, gen- 'I votes. They made the recount The WI Specialize on n..fOrders-!We ply fettfil tisan politics of a state hundreds par-of
i r' ; the soundness of the proposition. erally, unwept unhonored and unsung. supervisor of registration was then 10 W.POaYTII at
miles
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Dr. A. L. Scott has planted a large U. D. C. MEETING.The + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + WANTED TO RENT FARMSWehave

patch of rape on his place in the + + applications from parties desiring -

northern portion of town. The prog- United Daughters of the Confederacy + CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING to rent farms for next year.
ress of the rape, which is a new crop held their November business Must be listed with us promptly.

Bits of LocalInformation for interest.this section, will be watched with meeting on last Wednesday, at the + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 Comer L. Peek & Son. It.

I home of Mrs. R. A. Weeks. FOR SALE.-Good horse. D. C. -
I As this is the month designated for Jones, Starke. 7-14-tf. FOR SALE-Restaurant doing good t
BAPTIST BAZAAR.The business. Will bear dose invt! tiga.
annual election of officers, also reading -
tion. Box 131 Starke Fla. 10-13-tf.
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reports of the year's work, the en-
Ii Gs.. RMj Our b'.Mu..m. Ladies' Aid Society of the Bap- tire time was devoted to business. The WAXTED-500 bushels potatoes. See -

f'., ..u ,. .*. C...O" eA4 7"r.. tist church will hold its annual bazaar present incumbents in office were all Brown & Son. 2t. FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Pcland-

about the middle of December and requests re-elected for the coming year, and are China male hogs for sale Old

thrat each lady member of the as follows: WANTED TO BUY PECANS Bring enough for service. E. ('. \\n,

church will assist them by giving some President, Mrs. L. A. Davis. samples and I will make you prices.N. Hampton, Fla. l -3-3t. r

Perry Dover spent Wednesday at Paul E. Canova had business in article of useful or fancy work. Vice President, :Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson. D. Wainwright, Starke, Fla.

Hampton.J. Jacksonville Thursday.J. 11-3-tf. $$ 4 + .$+$. .r
HALLOWEEN PARTY A SUCCESS. Recording and Corresponding Sec- i" .a

H. Moore, of Lawtey, was in town :M.: McMillan:: of Lawtey, was in retary, Mrs. R. A. Weeks.

Monday.Mrs. town Wednesday. The Ladies Musicale gave a gay : Treasurer, Mrs. J. E. Wilson. FOR SALE-Farm of 40 acres, 11h i J. R. Davis i"

Hallowe'en party last Friday evening, Historian, Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. miles southwest of Lawtey, 14 acres

A. Price made a trip. to Jacksonville Lucian Wainright spent the first of at the armory and a large crowd of Registrar, Miss Olive Ray. in cultivation, dwelling, tenant :tt
Monday. the week in Jacksonville.Fine merry makers gathered to enjoy the Mrs. J. M. Brownlee invited the house, barn, smokehouse. Price & Company .\ .
Chapter to meet with her in Decemberand $1,200. R. M. Johnson, Lawtey, Fla. ti

Joseph Bolt, of Brooklyn, was in line of boys' suits at Stump's. fun.All sizes, colors, kinds and conditions the invitation was accepted. 10-20-3t.

Starke Tuesday.C. .' ot men ana women were represented I INSURANcE !
Sheriff S. B. Denmark was in Jacksonville by those who masked, and gues- HIGH SCHOOL NOTES. I WANTED-Shipments of good sweet i

R- Ensey is at home spendingsome Thursday on professional bus- sing their identity was the cause of potatoes, fresh eggs, new syrup. ,

time with his family here. iness. much merriment. When the grand The colors for the boys club are pur- Write what kind of produce you .
I march ended the judges decided that have to sell. C. Hubbard, produce Starke Florida I
ple and gold; for the girls, blue and :-:
Hon. A. D. Andrews, of Raiford, I County Surveyor Geo. E. Kelly took the prize, a box of candy, should be gold. Come and wear all of them.M. dealer, St. Petersburg, Fla. S

was in town Monday. in the sights. of the metropolis Thurs- awarded to Cyrus Hoover as the best B. Perry, of Georgia, representing 10272t. +v +s.3# h4.6 I '

day.See masked person in the procession. Carr the American Book Company, wasa --- -- *!
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J. M. Truby has loaded another car the remnant counter at Stump's.Mrs. Colley, who was dressed as a society visitor in the High School Monday. ii

with sugar cane this week. girl, received special mention. Among Many helpful suggestions were offered -

those who were considered exceptior by Mr. Perry, who is a graduate
Mrs. U. G. Turner, of Gainesville, C. A. Knight and Mrs. A. S. ally good were Miss Cassie White and from the University of Georgia. QUALITY and SERVICE

was in town last Thursday to give her Crews were visitors to Jacksonville little Etholin White, dressed as an In- Here are our new yells, just received -

voice class their weekly lesson. Wednesday. dian woman and her child, Etholin from the factory: '
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White being the youngest person One, two, three, four, WILSON COMPANY :
Ladies and Children's Cloaks at Special prices on lumber, etc., at masked. Mr. N. B. Hull was immenseas Two, four, three, four, : f
Quigley Lumber Co's. yard during No- S. Gainesville's Popular Store .
Stump's. a colored auntie, and Mrs. Jay What are we for
vember. Brown's costume was amusingly .
L gro- VICTORY.That's
i LEADERS IN :
Dr. J. P. Tomlinson and wife and tesque. the way you spell it,
Mrs. D. E. Knight motored to Jacksonville Fish and Cedar Key oysters fresh One of the attractions was the''That's the way you yell it.

last Wednesday to spend the day. daily at Handy Brymer's. 1013tf. chamber of horrors, presided over by Bradford High! Bradford High! Dry Goods, Notions, Ladies't.Readyt

k Gary Ennis, and was a place to make Rah! Rah! Rah!
,
i The damp, cloudy weather of late has Mrs. G. M. Sistrunk and little son, one's hair stand on end with terror. Wear and Millinery

, been beneficial to strawberry plants and Mrs. C. A. Futch and little son Mrs. E. M. Johns did the clever stuntof Ice cream, ginger ale, soda water, pop,

! and vegefhbles. spent Thursday in Jacksonville.Rev. acting the gypsy fortune teller, Bradford High School always on top; aii" MAIL I US YOU ORDERS '
! who obtained her surprising wisdom Stand 'em on their head, ,

T. W. Fielding, Esq., of Gainesville, Sidney J. Catts passed through from the stars and startled hir listeners Stand 'em on their feet,
All orders filled the received and
in Starke Tues- Starke his to Jacksonville of their same day postage express I
had legal business Wednesday on way by her knowledge past Bradford High School can't be beat! f
day. in the interest of his cam- and future. charges prepaid on all orders amounting to $3.00 and over. t

paign. The sum of $43.51 was realized, M. W. A. OYSTER SUPPER.The .
While in Gainesville make this
Walter Wills, of Tampa, has been which amount will be added to the store your headquarters

relatives at Starke and LaCrosse Ladies Coat Suits at Stump's.J. i fund for the payment of the piano
visiting lately. which the musicians has placed in the members of the local camp, :M.: Mail us the names and addresses of three of j'your friends and t

H. Lowery, of Lawtey, remindsthe high school auditorium.W. W. A., will have an oyster supper on receive a souvenier

The Presbyterian parsonage is near- citizens of district No. 1 that he next meeting night, November 15th. .
All members urged to be present. i WILSON COMPANY
completion. It is a commodious build- was duly nominated constable for the
district at the June primary. C. T. U. MOTHERS MEETING.
ing with all the modern improvements. THAT "GARDIAN" MOVEMENT. Gainesville, Florida
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D. F. McDonald, the Walt Whitmanof Large quantities of cross-ties and Instead of the regular meeting on ,
the western reserve, had businessin barrels of rosin, stored near the depot, the first Monday in the month, the W. Where did the "Gardian" movement
much for this section start where is its father's
Starke Monday. mean money ; --- --== 4 _,
Mothers Meetingat
C. T. U. will hold a
when they are sold. home? {
the home of Mrs. A. H. Freemanon
I Where is its birthplace, tell us this, I
Pecans bought by N. D. Wainwright. I next Friday afternoon, November10th
and he will make you We are pleased to announce to those whence comes its angry foam?
I Bring samples three o'clock.
who want brown bread. that we are at Born in the heart of the South's arch flOWERS fOR ALL OCCASIONS
prices. Besides the found below
now baking this bread. Bryan's Bakery program foe, who hates us base and dome H
the childrenof
there: will be features by
I A. B. Thrasher, Esq., of Gainesville, \ the L. T. L. Owing to the central How weak the son of a Southern man r''
j was in Starke Tuesday on business be- location and social half hour which who helps with its raking comb. MILLS THE FLORIST. INC.
Mr. A. F. Phillips of Tallahassee,
Wills.
fore Judge will follow the a very benefi-
visited relatives in Starke Monday. program i The act of Brutus in Caesar's death,
is antici-
cial and pleasant afternoon i
Mr. here from Fernan- the of Judas too JACKSONVILLE, FLA. -
More magazines for less money if Philips came pated. All ladies interested in this act ,
act before November 10th. See dina, where :Mrs. Philips is visiting rel invitedto Seem as the act of saints comparedto
you work are cordially
Important WE WANT AN AGENT IN YOUR TOWN
atives. His many friends here were the acts of this faithlesscrew
Miss Nannie Howell. Phone 79. 2t. be present. Following is the pro-
glad to meet him.J ; ..J t
Robinson Sundayin gram: Praise God we have some Florida sons r .
Miss Eunice spent Song service, using campaign songs. !
and ; W. Edwards has installed a new, of the old-time type yet true,
Mr.
Starke with her parents, Scripture reading, Psalm 147, a - ---- -- I ,
and refrigerator, Who will to the aid of the e
1 large up-to-date come partynow
Mrs. J. P. Robinson. built by the Hills Refrigerator Co., of psalm of thanksgiving and. praise. the party of George F. '.!.8.?.:."sf?.?fY. .i.s.1.?1s.?1$.?1$.;18.s+1 11.?1! f;
Prayer of thanksgiving.Music
Rev. J. D. Blocker, of DeLand, spent Trenton, N. J. This is a costly fixture piano solo. Drew. %
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Sunday with his mother, Mrs. A. F. and means that the market has come Roll call. Each member answeringby -
to stay. Jacob Bundel, the veteran That grand old clan that freed this .
Brockmeyer.The from the Bible.
repeating a verse
market man, cuts the meat. state in reconstruction days tt % si
Question box with the following ::: 4W
November meeting of the Civic Now looks to you, whose home must a> ,,
Nice line of candies at Bryan's Bak questions. be protected thus always +
Club will be held at the residence of What do you think of the practiceof ; > )
Mrs. Jay S. Brown on Wednesday, ery. sleeping with your windows wide No Southern man with honor left can '! tt ,
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November 8th, at 2:30 P. M. ? shirk our party's fraysOr :. :
Mrs. II. C. Waters and children were open give support to schemes and traps t i
What of the practice of sleeping out
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Larson and in Alachua county last week, visitingher of doors? that Catts through Parker lays.D. 1
little of Jacksonville will be the brother, Mr. Al. Witherington, McDONALD.
son, Is it advisable to take a baby or a %
week-end guests of Col. and Mrs. D. They were also guests of :Mr. and Mrs young child out in all weather? Lake Butler, Fla. i .
D. D. Weeks, of LaCrosse. A successful -
E. i
Knight.
Why does fresh air cure consump- Af.
Hallowe'en party was held at the tion, while we take cold when sittingin EVER SALIVATED BY .
Strawberry plants and potatoes, Weeks home for the purpose of raising a draught? CALOMEL? HORRIBLE! I
shipped mostly by C. S. Durling, have money for a new church.H. Solo or duet. WE ARE 601N6 TO MOVE j

left Starke in large quantities duringthe Is night air dangerous?

week. Freeman, engineer for the J. B. Why are plants unwholesome in a Calomel is Quicksilver and Acts :+
McCrary Co., went to Atlanta, Wed sleeping room? .
Messrs. H. C. Richard, Frank Lane nesday for a conference with the com Is it a good practice to air rooms in Like Dynamite On .

and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hoover com- pany in regard to the paving of streetsin the early summer mornings, then close Your Liver. Some Lumber and Building

posed an auto party from here, to the Starke. and darken them for all day? ,

fair grounds at Lake Butler Saturday. How can we get all the good thereis (.>

Roy V. Turner will hereafter do the from the air about us? Calomel loses you a day! You know Material at special Reduced 1 .
Blanchard Law came over from baking at the Bryan Bakery.Rev. Violin music with piano accompaniment. what calomel is. It's mercury; quick- i t.

Lake City and spent Sunday with his silver. Calomel is dangerous. It .

parents, Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Law. He John Mullady, who had been Recitation, "What Makes a City crashes into sour bile like dynamite, Prices for-CASH.
is enjoying his last year in college conducting a series of meetings in the Great and Strong?" cramping and sickening you. Calomel i

very much. Christian church, left Wednesday for Social half hour. attacks the bones and should never be i

Tampa to make political speeches in put into your system.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Livingston, Mrs.D. the interest of Candidate Catts. Rev.J. STARKE GROWERS ASSOCIATION When you feel bilious, sluggish, con- .

E. Knight and Miss Kate Living- A. Graw, of Hampton, took up the stipated and all knocked out and be- i If you need Lumber of any i

ston motored over to Lake Butler last work at the church where )Mullady All members and other persons interested lieve you need a dose of dangerous .
Friday to attend the Fair, and while left off. in the Starke Growers Asso- calomel just remember that your drug-
there were guests of Mrs. J. E. )faines.Jay ciation are requested to meet at the gist sells for 50 cents a large bottleof i kind Sash Doors Etc. take iI
Dodson's Liver Tone, which is en- ,1,1FRIDAY
The the latest to council rooms in Starke on Saturday,
following are acquire -
to take
Alderman is again with Jos. E. tirely vegetable and pleasant
4th for the discussion of
Wilson, proprietor of the Bradford new Ford cars: W. M. Reddish November and is a perfect substitute for calomel.It I these
matters, and for the pur- advantage of special
important
County Abstract Company as chief and J. W. Andrews & Son, of Starke, is guaranteed to start your liver prices.
Ritch Jr. of Raiford A. B. pose of electing officers for the ensuing -
N. T.
inside and ..
assistant. :Miss: Allie Moore is the members will be without stirring you up >
stenographer for the company. Shaw, of Brooker, J. R. Chastain, of I year. New can not salivate. t ,
Lake Butler, and John Browning, of accepted.
Don't take calomel! It makes

The Thomasville people complain of Lawtey.The C. N. COOPER President, sick the next day; it loses you a day's you t Lumber and

'possum that nightly steals chickens ALBERT BRONKE, work. Dodson's Liver Tone straightens Quigley Supply a I
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from them. The only advice we can : high price of flour has made it General Manager. you right up and you feel great. l.
give is to get either B. F. Roberts or impossible for us to sell bread at less Give it to the children because it t.
10-27-2t. harmless and does not !+?1 Vi+1+1 r 1s+1.!.?.i1rrlr. i1 .1f1" r !.:1fin
some of the Woodlawn Park expertsto than 5 and 10 cents per loaf and after it perfectly

capture the thief. this week we will discontinue the sale gripe. ((10-4%) II =
+ -
His Gueu. -
of bread tickets at cut prices. Bryan's
An automobile party composed of Bakery. Bill-"Whit do you suppose those t .

Messrs. Jos. E. Wilson, J. M. Brown- European soldiers do when they find r Full Supply of

lee and Will Stringfellow went to Mrs. R. W. Howell and children, of the trenches filled with water" ?" Jill- I
t.
Jacksonville Monday. Mr. Wilson went Valdosta, Ga., are visitors at the homeof "Why, they fish. I reckon. COFFINS AND CASKETSAll r B. Z. MATHEWS

there in the interest of his abstract her mother, Mrs. W. A. Crosby. .
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured
business. Sizes and Qualities Artesian JVell Driller
by local application, a s they cannot reach
Last week a large number of Starke the diseased portion of the ear. There Always on Hand
Ray Newsom was first this seasonto people went over to Lake Butler to attend li only one way to cure catarrhal deatneM.and ,
that li by a conitltutlonal remedy. I I have had twenty.four experience in
bring new cane syrup to Starke. He the Bradford County Fair. Among Catarrhal Deafneu ). caused by an Inflamed years
brought a wagon load of bottled sy- those who motored over were Col. and the Eustachian condition Tube.of the When mucous thus lining tube of la PRICES REASONABLEJ.

rup Friday and it was bought immed- Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, L. V. Moore and inflamed Imperfect you hearing have, and a rumbling when it la found entirely or Well drilling in Florida. > f II

iately by one of our merchants. The family, Mrs. John Uglow, Rev. and I cloied. Deaftifit la the reiult Unleaa: the C. CONELawtey
Inflammation can be reduced and this tube I to ati3fcdcrfJ lctc d! I ifi s
syrup was of excellent quality.The Mrs. L. W. Kickliter, Mrs. Angie restored to Ito normal condition, hearing :-: Florid guarantee com
Sternburg, N. T. Ritch, Clarence Ritch, will be destroyed fnrevcr. Many eases of '
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catarrh which la
deafneaa are causal by ----CONTRACTS-
Loyal Temperance Legion will Misses Viva Moore, Carrie Lee Green, an Inflamed condition of the mucous aur- --- -

meet this afternoon (Friday) .three- Nannie Howell, Vivirette Floyd, and face.blood on Hall's the mucous Catarrh surfaces Cure act.of thru the .the>.- Drives Out Malaria,Builds Up SystemThe Railorel Florida
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thirty, at the Baptist church. )Irs. D. Mr. George Thomas, of Stewart. tem.We will gIve One Hundred Dollar for Old Standard general strengthening toslc, .
R- Edwards is lady manager 'for the any cue of Catarrh IVafnrM that cannotbe GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC drirM out
L T. Land makes the meetings very Read the Bradford County Tele- cured by Hall's Crtirrh 75c Cure. Circularsfree. xataria.eDrkheithe tlood.snd builds up the iy.
All Drugglata sod children. 50c
interesting for the children. graph-the home paper. T. 3. CHENEY & CO. Toledo. O. rim. A true tonic. For adults
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4-++++ III+I++#I IIIIII I ++++ life; it helped me right from the start.
BRITISH SHIP WITH 50 AMERICANS + + LIVED ON MILK The medicine seemed to take hold of RUB OUT PAIN

+ CHURCHES. + me right at once and I could just feel

+ + myself getting better from day to day with good oil! liniment. TW

i ON BOARD TORP DOED BY GERMANS B.\l'TIST-Rc\ W. G. Law. + AND BREAD ONLYSpent Before I had finished my first bottle I the sureS1.. way to slop theJJL,

I I + Sunday school, 9:45: A. M. + 'got so I could eat anything put on the The best rubbing IiMUSTANC nent isI
wait for mealtime
table and could hardly
i I + Morning service, 11:00; Sun- +
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o\vrtrs of the Marina, she was a Ds?. + day 7SO::: P.\1. Visitors cordially + to come. I certainly bless the
I Marina Sunk Without Warning i H'.I1"on liner and carried horses and I + invited to attend. H' Over One Thousand Dollars 'day I got this medicine, for I believe I II
it has added to my life. Oh! I
+ years
i general cargo from this port. Cable to Get Relief f
and Submarine Trying much
Monday feel so much better and sleep so
advises reported the Marina leaving + CHRISTIAN H. Coleman, + I
I better, and not nervous like I was
Shelled the Lifeboats. ; Glasgow for Newport News on Octo + minuter. Preaching the first + From Chronic Dyspepsia-' am
: Just think, I have actually gained nine
ber 25; in ballast. + and third Sundays in each + 'i LINIMENT
The Marina was returning to Newport + month. Forenoon sermon at 11 Hand Takes Tanlac and Gains 9 j l ((9)) pounds and feel I strong in every

;t AMERICAN CONSUL HAS AFFIDAVITS News, according to a supplemental + evening sermon at 7:30. + way."My.
I much
Pounds."I neighbors were as sur- Good for the
statement of her local agents. Etc: + Church board meeting the first + Ailmcnb of <
Ii!( TO THAT EFFECT \ision board a part cargo of general + Sunday in each month Loyal + prised as I was and they are at my Horses, Mules, Cattle, Etc
how well
house
day, telling me ;
I every ,
-- merchandise for this port from Glasgow. + Daughters meet every Friday + told my husband that my Tanlac Good for
and:
I look. I counted up yesterday your oU'n Aches
.
Marina + afternoon at 4 o'clock. Ladies + was out and that I just had to to
i t Was on Her Way to the United go fourteen of them either taking Pains Rheumatism '
are
I Was Not a Transport + Aid Society meets the first Fri- + Birmingham to get me another bottle, j Spraajt
fotatl's-3t of the Crew of 101 have Tanlac will taking it as Cuts
' or commence Burns
i I' At the offices of the United States + day in each month at 3:30 p. m. + as I wouldn't be without it for any I Etc, '

:, Been Picked Up and Landed atJueenstown I pping Co., local agents for the Don- + Sunday school every Sundayat + amount of money, and that is why I and soon get as it.they Tanlac can go is certainly to Birmingham a won- | 2Sc. SOc. Sf. At all Dea1_ f<<

I ( -May Revive the Submarine ald-on line, owners of the Marina, it + 10 a. m. Everybody welcome am here today," said Mrs. II. B. Bar- derful medicine and everybody out our fm

l was stated today that the Marina was + at these services.EPISCOPALDr1.1.. + rett when she called at the Jacobs' ___ -m
Question.LONDON way is talking about it. You can put _
j not a British government transport. + .I Drug Store in Birmingham recentlyto i
this in the papers if you want to, be- )
She was a regular steamer plying + Fryer + get her second bottle. Mrs. Barrett
I know there thousands of !
t between here and Glasgow, it was said 4-' resides at Republic, suburb of Bir- cause are i
England. Oct. CO.-The priest in charge. Sunday schoolat + a women in the same bad fix that I had COTTON FARM
l American embassy today received a and was owned and operated as a mer- + 10 a. m. Morning prayer + mingham, and is well known."I been for so years." I
chantman the Donaldson line. She many
: report from Wesley Frost American by + and sermon, 11: o'clock. Evening + have only taken one bottle of I Tanlac is sold exclusively in Starke .
t carried general cargo and sometimes Tanlac and'have nine .
gained pounds.Yes
consul at Queenstown, that the British. + prayer and sermon, j:00 + by C. P. Cason; in Lake Butler by
without horses for the British government, sir, this Tanlac has done me more
steamship Marina had Leen sunk -
I + o'clock. Choir rehearsal. Wednesday + Tomlinson-Maines Drug Company; in
1 warning. A number of Americans but had not been commandeered.TIIHII.LI good than all the medicines I have I For Sale
+ 7 j). m. Come and wor- + Hampton by the Hampton Pharmacy;
were board. Only thirty-four members ever taken. During the past fourteen
on i
the Cash Store in
in
:\(; EXPERIENCE: OF THE + ship with us. Lawtey by Drug ; ,
I have spent more than $1,000 '
t of the crew of 104 have been picked years Raiford by the Weaver Drug Company -
CRAWFORD FAMILY IN THE + + trying to well of complaint that 1
up and landed at Crookhaven Is- get a in Worthington by R. T. Taylorand
+ :\IETIIODISTReJohn A. + ;
1 I GULF STORM. was sapping my strength. in Sampson City by C. A, Smith.
'1 land.Lloyd's reports that a steamer anchored + Hendry, pastor. Sunday schoolat + "For the past four years I have lived Advertisement. I, Cheap

f' off Crookhaven, Ireland sig PENSACOLA, Oct. 23.-(Special) + 9:45 A. M. Morning serof almost entirely on milk and bread

' I naIled that she had picked up the shipwrecked -For three days without food or wa- + vice 11:00 o'clock; evening + and finally! that got so it went againstme. GEORGIA COTTON FARMERS' ,
of the Marina I dared not eat meat or vegetables -
crew steamship + service, 7:30 o'clock
f ter and no place to sleep or 'helterthemslws GREAT PROSPERITY.At .
of Glaigow.Mr. + + of any kind and if I did I would r1
of
from the fierce raging -t
: Frost is now procuring affidavits + + suffer for hours afterwards. One
the elements and with mountainousseas PRESBYTERIAN, H. G. good at
: from the survivors.A rolling them and threatening + Dennison Pastor. Sunday + "I had chronic dyspepsia, so I was 34U cents a pound-$171.25: a crop
report on the sinking October 20of past told. and nothing prescribed for me bale of 500 pounds for lint alone-
to destroy the small mound + school at 9:45 A. M. Preach- "
"I the British steamship Rowanmorealso upon brought any relief. I rarely went to it is hardly to be wondered at that present prices should
1 which they were perched was the terrible + ing services at regular hours. +
was made to the American embassy the table, because even the sight of the sea island farmers around Valdosta -
today by Mr. Frost who states that experiences of Roderick Craw- + Morning service at 11 A. M.; + food or to smell it cooking would nau- Ga., are fairly rolling in wealth.In .
ford and his wife of Portland, this for
f I the vessel was torpedoed. Seven + Evening service, 7. Visitors + seate me. I had a bad taste in my the last 40 days, the farmers in pay property.* .
state, during the hurricane that swept + +
invited to
cordially worship
mouth that section have received
I Americans including five Filipinos, and nothing I ate tasted right. $1,150,000for
i the Santa Rosa island coast last
I were on board the Rowanmore. along + with us. + I had always been healthy and a wom- their cotton', which has broughton i.

I. Several of them have given Mr. week.Mr. Crawford and wife were on their +++++ 111+#11 111+.++*++ an who looked after her household duties a regular boom in all lines of busi- Act Quick

but since this trouble ness and put more into circula-
I
Frost affidavits stating that a subma- having money
when ,
,I I rine shelled lifeboats while they were way home from Pensacola they !. !' <;' !/ !- *. !' !" *" !. ,". *" ,*. '! got so weak I could not do my housework tion than at any time in the last 20
noticed that the wind was rather brisk
\ and had to have help."I years. Everybody is prosperous, and
being lowered, and after they were for their little launch and thought to + < >

._ clear of the ship, without causing loss take refuge on Santa Rosa island, just !' TO SUBSCRIBERS.Occasionally '! would have awful pains in my negro tenants and all are settling old

of life. east of quarantine station, in the af- !' '!' back and was nervous and could not debts and paying cash for new sup- W. E. DavisStarke.

i The Marina has been in the transAtlantic ternoon Tuesday, and the wind insteadof !' a subscriber calls ? sleep well. When I heard of this Tan- plies in such swarms as to almost
.i. service. She was vessel of i' writes, that +
calming continued to blow harder on us or complaining ac it sounded so good I thought I overwhelm the
i The
5,410 tons gross, built in 1900. She and harder, and finally took their boat he missed getting a copy of the would it because storekeepers. six I
I
i \ was last reported as having arrived at with all their belongings and swept !' paper. We take all pains possi- + try was ready tory banks of Valdosta, a city of 15,000 Fla.HULL'S

: Glasgow on October 10 after havingsailed them away with the seas. The billows !' ble to forward the copies to the '.'-. anything that I thought would helpme. people, have deposits now of about ,. .

I from Newport News on September rolled higher and higher from the gulf !' address given us, and under our I was never so surprised in my $5,000,000. ...
!' it is harder to miss mailing '?'
21. system -
until the waters of the sound and gulf ,'
i a copy right than to mail it.
: met and this little mound of sand that .
We are expected to make good ?'
Sunk Without Warning. they were on was nearly swept away. !' such losses caused the !,
by care-
before the wind let and the tide
WASHINGTON, D.C., Oct. SO-Dispatches up I .!. lessness of the subscribers or *

to the state department say ebbed away. those they send to bring their + DEPARTMENT STORE
rescued the steamer
i the Marina when sunk had a mixed They were by a, mail though there is no more ?.

I crew of British and Americans and Captain Fritz. !' reason why we should do so than '!' "

that she was sunk by gunfire without '!' that the baker should supply a'?'
,, I warning. LO. THE POOR INDIAN. .4 new loaf of bread for one that We buy in exchange Corn, Sweet Potatoes, Eggs, Chickens and other Produce.We .

Consul Frost at Queenstown specified !. had been lost through the buyer's -:- sell Groceries, Hardware, Crockery and Glassware Furniture Shoes Hats Oils i
,
I' that the information he transmitted How would you like to be an In- s' carelessness. By observing the ?

was "provisional." Investigation dian? Yes, a real, honesttogoodnessIndian. .., following advice you will receivethe !' Paints, Gasoline, Feeds, Fertilizers, Lime and Brick. We buy Phoslime in solid car

: I will be made at once to determine the What, you wouldn't like it? .! Telegraph regularly: ,? lots and
are prepared to make low prices. We give good and Honest
I i- \ status of the Marina and the nature of Oh, yes, you don't care to belong to a .' 1-Have a box at the postoffice. ?" measure an

the attack to determine whether any fast disappearing race, penniless, homeless !'. And box rent is so cheap that you weight to all. Yours for the Square Deal,

i of Germany's pledges to the United friendless, ill, dissatisfied, etc. can afford to have one for your ?'

States have been violated. Well, this proves how little you know '!' own private use, without sharing '?

Following is a summary of Consul about an Indian. !' it with other persons, for in the .' NEWELL B. HULL

Frost's dispatch: The Indian today is rated the health- '!' latter case your mail will often +

"The British horse transport Marina iest of the races of this country, andas ;. go astray. +
,
with a mixed crew of British and for dying out, his numbers are in- 2-Do not send children or ir- '!

Americans was reported sunk without creasing. There are now 350,000 of + responsible persons after your '?

warning by a German submarine's gun them in the United States. As for their mail. They are apt to drop papers 4

fire at 3 p. m., October 28, 100 miles poverty, the 350,000 together are now !' and letters and leave them

west of Cape Clear, in an official report worth something like a billion dol- !' at calling places and forget them. '!

received at the state department lars-a mere matter of $?,850 apiece, .' 3-When you wish your address

I today from Consul Frost at Queens- something more than most of the readers ;. changed, never omit to state your ...

4. I town. Thirty-four of the crew of 104 of this paragraph can boast of. .!.. former address, for two reasons. <; Duval fair Jacksonville

t'; have been landed at Crookshaven while And, furthermore Uncle Sam sees to The first, to save us much trou- ;- County

t ;:'I 70 others, presumably those in boatsone it that no sharpers, swindlers or blue !' ble in finding your name on our ,. ,

and three, are missing." Consul sky promoters get away with this !.' long lists of subscribers, and, secondly .

i 1 Frost says his information so far is wealth; he lets you and I be the suck- .,' because we may have oth-

- purely I provisional. ers of this breed pf pests. Then, too, er subscribers having your name '!'

! May Revive Sub Dispute our bewhiskered uncle is pretty strict !. and initials, and in such a case i'

'K, transport Destruction Marina of by the a German British submarine horse- ter about wagon keeping, although the red he men allows on the us wa-to .!.. how address can changed we know who wants his A'.. Dec1 5 5th fi 6th 7th 8th and i

! *'
4 When
go to the limit in the matter. you move to a new
without with
t warning, possible Yes, indeed, there are worse things !, place the first thing to do in regard .. ,
H loss of American lives, and the endangering e,
: : than being an Indian. to mail service is to make '!
I of the lives of seven American !' .
yourself known to your new post ? i
'1 citizens in the submarine attack the .
on LAND SHARKS BUSY master. He will then see to it 'f In addition to the exhibition of Duval
i British freighter Rowanmore, reported !' that your mail will not be given + County products, this great fair will have! features -

from Queenstown today by Consul to some one else having the same ,*. making it an event of State-wide interest and inter-State importance. Every hour
1 Frost contain possibilities of reviving Worked Swindle in Georgia Successfully .
!'
I the submarine issue between the Unit- and Reaped Harvest. :. e, or office a similar daily receives name. Every mail from post $?> of the five days will be filled with amusement and instruction-send anything you have to

ed States and Germany. '!' mail order houses soliciting show then come yourself and bring family. Reduced
Investigation, officials realize, or persons I your rates on all roads 'entering

1 bring out that there has been no viola-may Wholesale land frauds have been un- !'' tials! and trade who write wrong ini- <+?> 1 Jacksonville, on exhibits and for passengers. '
covered in Cobb, Pickens and Campbell spell names wrong" and
"
tion of the German pledges to the
1 United States. counties, which became known :' unless I a new arrival is known to 1

when a negro, trying to discount !' a postmaster, the mail for the -5-
pur-
Advices to the Marina refers to *
as chase notes, approached a cousin of !' new man may be given to an old- AGRICULTURAL EXHIBIT LIVESTOCK, PIG ClUBS.
.
the British horse
ship
a
as transport.If !'
er resident of the !
the real owner of the land for which same or a simi- I
it turns out that she was in fact in + lar name. + United States Government
the notes had been given.It And Tick Eradication Exhibits
the business of the British
transport !
5--When
has developed that an organization you send us your ad- + ,.
government it may be found that the !' dress write it i
'i-
of shady real estate owners had so plainly that Shown in Jacksonville for the first time
at
counLi'estock
mixed crew of British and American there can be no mistake about it. i' a will be featurtd. Many inhibits of
horse tenders could claim none of the been uttering forged deeds making a e If it happens to be e. ty fair. Covers 8,000 square feet of space, costs blooded animals from Florida and otH'lr States.
a postoffice
chain of title land,
perfect to outlying
immunity against attack without .. $20,000.00 a year to maintain; of bringing Tick-free
recently established, give the + expense cattle will be shown in comparison with
when
the and
warning that attaches to a merchant !selling were ground given, discounting purchasenotes the; ... name of the county also. .. it to Florida, 150000. Represents model farm on infected animals, and complete dipping \iats exhibI I

4 ship.Orders notes for cash. '. If you observe the above rules, !. large scale, with residence, farm machinery and all ited with experts in attendance See th.f! pig club
were dispatched at once to and others that
buildings.
!'
The modus operandi! was to locatea common sense porkers! >.
gather all information to determinethe will ..
suggest you will
get
piece of land upon which no one was .. your
status of the Marina and her crew. papers and letters. Postmas-'

Although no American lives were Ii'ingand small where attention the, owner place was paving .. ters and publishers are anxious I "Made in Florida" Something For The Fruits, Flowers Good Clean Fun .
a negro
lost in the submarine attack on the 1 to give good service but ;
the for few months the patrons Goods Exhibits Women to And
farm
squatter on a Enjoy Vegetables For EveryoneConcession
I Rowanmore and it is reported the ship : must do their part. Paper
forge deed from the real to
a owner
altered her own status by attemptingto : IS very expensive That Florida ,.
and. is
some mythical "John Smith Escanaba now, rapidArt and needlework All are to be given a *' sold only
''
escape, officials were disturbed by stamps no cheaper than *
the report that the boats were shelled Mich.," or "Scranton, Pa." and another ., so we cannot be expected formerly to send, "' ly becoming a manufacturing displays will especially! place. Citrus and decidto amusements of the

after had cleared from the deed from the mythical Smith to the State will be demonstrated interest them. Girls' canuous will show better
they abandoned you new copies to replace those ;' growers class. ;ocal theatres -.
ship. The facts are expected negro. Then the negro would sell the ;. lost through others carelessness. ;- : by scores of ex- ning clubs will be in fruits. The floral display will proide: special
,
getting much
property
as as
". to be determined by investigation money .1 hibits of machinery encompetition.. Various dowill add color. Vegetables fair
attractions luring
possible and the remainder in ,
which was ordered begun at once. The purchase 1> ce> i Rowanmore was bound from Baltimore money notes which would be discounted gaged in converting the mestic science exhibits in wide variety willeek.. You'E'( have a

if possible for cash. A favoritepractice ... Florida raw material into wil help solve household come from all the I
If r \ for Liverpool with a mixed cargo. I. Mtf9 ? H .44 JJJ 1 over good time; everybody
I was to use the names of dead '.'\1\.I'fffilWe ManufactureSWMETAL. useful articles. problems. State of Florida. who can willcome.
men as witnesses to the deeds which :

t Fifty American on Board. would be dated back of the demise of o WE'1,

NEWPORT NEWS, Va., Oct. 30.- the signers. Some of the deeds pur- ICEIUNGS.SHINGLESROOFING Generous prizes offered. Send for catalog and full particulars to H. H. Simmons, Chairman Entries Com ,:

There were fifty Americans on the ported to be made by owners now dead f J
mittee. For other information, address
British steamship Marina, reported and purporting to have been executed

torpedoed without warning in today's before the death of the original hold t

dispatches from London when she ers. Alexander Ezzard a negro, has AND OTHER SHEET METAL A. P. ANTHONY Chairman County Fair Committe
i sailed from Newport News. The been sentenced to five years' imprisonment BUILDING MATERIAL ;

I Americans were signed on here as and a prominent real estate dealer ,1

t horsemen. They were all white men is on trial, accused of complicity ina Write To Day For Caliloguw

' G and gave their homes as in various shady deal. Other indictments are and Special Quotation Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce .

sections of the United States. expected and it is hinted that nearly :Tttf rtoInM MaAlPJawsoIAt"IONV'LU.

According to information gained at "0,000 acres of land, scattered over I I'////ff rr ."LA, .9t

t the offices of the local agents for the four counties is involved. ...

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FRIDAY NOVEMBER 3, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA.
PAGE
SEVEN:

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The feeding troughs should be washed 59 C. A. Rowand restaurant __________ 2.50 with law. The said certificates -
6') Roy Turner soda fount ___ respectively frt Tuesday after the first Monday in Ai-n according to law d d ,
I Uhn 250 ambrace the following tat '' will issue tt! .
IS with home made lands in Bradford
NEW% TORPEDO once a week strong 61 Quigley Lumber Co merchant ____ 3.00 Count, Florida. assessed the following year, except that when a new on the 13th day of NovtmUr. A. D. I'J'i.ren

lye soap and boiling water, rinsed 6J Quigley Lumber Co lumber ______ 7.50 issuance of such certificates at in the date of the county is created, the Legislature aha.i at that Witness my official signature and sesf f this

and the fence 63 D. C. Jones merchant ___________ 3.00 spectively hereinafter names re- time fix the length of the term of the first the llth day of October A. L). 1916. ;
thoroughly placed on to particularly set forth Senator to be elected ther from at
64 Void two or four ( w. T. WEEK*
to-wit Sul
IN U. S. sun. Automatic waterers, which can 65 City Ice Cream Parlor soda fount 2.50 Certificate No. years with the end in'iev of keeping the -5t Clerk Circuit Court.
: INVENTED 91 embraces lots 3. 4 of Elk number of old Senators in balance with the
t be attached to a barrel, are satisfactory 66 Aetna Insurance Co. insurance ? 2.50 19 in Worthington Springs. assessed T. C. number of the new." NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR T.\v"l nEED I

and sanitary. 67 Commercial Union Insurance Co do 2.50 Douglass. Section 3 of Article VII of the Constitution I'-NDER
8 OF CH.
tPTr R4S8S.
6S Connecticut Insurance Co do _____ 2.50 Certificate No. 202 embraces the SL, of NE'4of la amended SECTIS
so to read fol-
. Spray the pens once a month with a 69 Fidelity! & Phoenix Ins Co do ____ 2.50 SE't and WU of SE, of SVi"Sec.. 12. **:: heriby a a FLORIDA.
of the 70 Hartford Fire Ins Co do __________ 2.50 Tp. 5. S. 22 Hereby notice is given that H. :01. CluMam
E.10
I U. S. Army Experts Testing the 3 per cent solution of some creo- 71 Liverpool and London and Globe known. R acres, assessed Un uTt' regular session of the Lf-fj.ature: that purchaser of tax sale CJticatl' nu'r.U-reJ.

lin products. Add sufficient lime to Ins Co do _..._hhh______ 2.50 Unless said certificates shall be redeemed met in 1917 iau. apportion the rop'eeen'ati' respectively 113 and 119. iss-itd by the tii'. col

I jj New Weapon Perfected by show where the spray has been ap- 72 New York Underwriters Ins Co do 250 coring to law, tax deed will issue thereon ac- in this :Article.n tne provided House of which Representatives apportionmentshall a said lector certificates for Bradford being ctuit diteii>, IloriJa. oath of
of
,
73 Springfield Fire and Marine Ins Co 2.50 TTth day of uy
A. D.
1916.
be
NO\'tm based
plied.In apon the census taken by. August. A. D.
1914. has fiUd
lat the '
74 Fireman Fund Ins Co _______ I 50 Witness my official taidjcertificates -
b n signature and seal this the State of
I An American. case of infestation the followingis ':'5 Girard fire Ins Co do nh_______ 2.50 the 24th day of October, A. D. 1916. which U Florida or by the United Slates. : in my office and has made appl Jitinn
ever the last taken in the for
se.eral tax deed to issue in accordance witj (law.
76
Providence & Washington do ____ 2.50
;< suggested: 1 teaspoonful: spirits of n W. T. WEEKS. counties of the State, and those that shall The said the I,_ -
-
, 77 Scottish Union and National Ins Co 2.50 10-2.-ot. (Seal) Clerk certifcatl n-s.-'twtly .mbra.
has torpedo turpentine for a 100 pound hog, givenin 78 Norwich Union Iis Co do ________ 2.50 Circuit Court. meet every ten years thereafter shal apportion following Jand in Bradford county, } 'rida.
The United States army a the representation in the of Rep- assessed at date of tho' issuance such !'
'( from aeroplanes that a little moist chop, thoroughly mix- 79 Maryland Casualty Co do ________ 250 NOTICE OF ELECTION. resentati.es in the manner in this Article provided certificates in the names pectively (*'rein-

for dropping ed, once a day for three days; with- 80' Mutual Life do __________________ 2.50 which apportionment shall be bled after particularly fot th.:to-wit: : a -
than of thoso up sl
will do more damage any 81 J. C. Manning merchant ___nn__ 3.00 on the last census enumeration taken by : Certificate No. embraces the foIl .
in hold six days and repeat even a thirdor 82 A. J. McKinney do __ 1.50 To the Sheriff of Bradford County of the State of by the nng:
German Zeppelins England nhnn Florida or United States. Com at NW of and
by State ata
dropped fourth'time if necessary. Do notgive 83 R'ol Ellcrson soda fountain ______ 2.50 of Florida: which ever u the last taken before the and run W along C"I Ma.jurn 210 IY herceS e
British Be it
by French and aero 84 known That I. H. Clay ft
or Cra.Cord. Legislature
in Germany. The difference be- turpentine to pregnant sows. 85 U S. Fidelity and Guarantee Co ins 2.50 Secretary of State of the State of Florida do con\.tle.so"apportioning the representationshall tins along add said to Starke st J34 S f. to 19 ft Tp.of 6.bl. R i1,' .(';as-

planes 86 FldtJity and Guarantee Co do ____ 2.50 hereby give notice that a Section 4 of Article E.
: this and all other bombs is thatit GENERAL VII of the Constitution N 334 ft thence E 210 ft to Myrtle st, 1
tween SMALL BOY ATTEMPTS LIFE OF 87 Starke Bottling Works soda water 5.00 ELECTIONwill i hereby amended so to read follows 2 acres, assessed L. M. Little. .
explodes at a certain distance above 88 Coo Cola do --__--_____--__--_ 300' be held in Bradford County. State of : a a Certificate No. 119 (n bra"( the fi'U'.ung
ANOTHER USING SHOTGUN. 89 Raymond Jackson cold drinks ___ 2.50 Florida on Tuesday next succeeding the first "tthen new is :
its any county created by the Com at SW of Madison
scattering fragments cor and Myr're eta .
the earth, 90 N. Hull livery _____n_________ 250 Monday in o\'t'mll. A. D. 1916, the sad; Legislature it shall be entitled to Senator .
1 one and run S along Myrtle tt 105 ft. th- while the point at which 91 J. \ do ___ 2.50 Tuesday being \
horizontally, Ed\ard hhn and one member of the House of Rtpresentalives .
What might have resulted in a tragedy SEVENTH DAY at right angles to said ft 105 ft. tl' -ice
other aerial bombs explode is uncer- 92 J. W Andrews &. Son do __________ 2.50 For United OF NOVEMBER until the next enumeration provided for parallel with said st 105 ft. thence W V right
was averted in a rather miraculous __________ States Senator from the Stateof in Section 5. of this that shall betaken
inventer of the extraordinary 93 Fireproof Garage Karate 5.00 for six \rtice. angles to said st 105 ft. thence N 21, ft to
tain. The manner on Tuesday, when Alto Green 94 Ford Garage do _--____ ___________5.00 Forida.: (6) Presidmtial years from March 4. 1917. after the c.ation the said new Madison st. thence E long Madison ',t 210
shell is Lester Barlow, who __ ____ 5.00 Electors. county or until the next census enumeration ft
per- 95 E. M. Johns lawyer hhn For to of beg in Gul..ii add to Start Sec.
it under the auspices and at the fired a load of good-sized birdshot at 96 Void. one Representative District of the Second Congressional that shall be taken by the United States -f 29, p. 6, S. 22 assessed Lit .
fected ___ of the State of Florida. America the creation of the R E L;
Hughie Brownlee on the S. A. L. rail- 97 Ben Williams lunch stand 2.50 the aftt'1 said new tle.
expense of the United States govern- south of As the 98 Starke Telephone Co tI'phonl _- 625 States.in Sixty-fifth Congress of the United county whichever shall the sooner b taken Unless said certificrtcs shall be rimmed
road town.
in the Frankfort arsenal, near story goes 9J Ike Shirater fruit dealer ___nnn 1.50 For Governor after the creation of the said new county whenit according to law, tax deed will issue Vreon
ment Hughie and his smaller brother and 100 C. II Sistrunk merchant _______ 150 For of the State of Florida. shall be entitled to one member of the on the 13th day of November, A. D. i'i&:.

Philadelphia. sister were going down the railroad to 101 M. Cameron auto for hire ________ 2.50 Florida.Secretary of State of the State of House of Representatives for every ten thousand Witness my official signature and ff/1. this
recent tests Barlow's torpedoes of population. or the major fraction the llth day of October A. I). 1916.
During ____
Hamp Thompson's! house, where they 102 J. O Fralick do hnnnn T50 For Attorney General of the State of Flor thereof the same other counties."
were dropped from heights 1'an-- 103 Chi.Hey & Fournier dramatic show 7.50 a (S'al W. T. WEFK P
were carrying bag of clothes to be ida.For A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an amendment Cerk Circuit'Court. 1
a 5.00
1U4 V. R Evemgham motion pictures Comptroller of the of Florida.
with Stat to Section 1 of
2,000 to 7,000 feet, some Article VI of theConstitution .
from
; ing washed, and in passing Mrs. Lizzie 104 -Young Trading Co. wholesale mer For Treasurer of the of Florida. of the Sta'e of Florida NOTICE FOR -'

light charges of high explosives and Green's residence a short distance this chant ____ ____ ________________ 3.00 For Superintendent of Publc; Instruction of amended by Joint Resolution No. 2, Act a Department of the l'l'BUCTIX., oftceat I.-
the State
some with black powder. The highexplosive 105( Sam Rosenberg merchant _n_____ 3.00 of Florida. of 1893 Relating to Suffrage and Eligi Gainesville Fla., Oet '., 1. :
bombs shook houses three side of the Thompson home, they espied 106 Harry Baumsttin do _____nnn 2.25 For Commissioner of Agriculture of the bility. Notice is hereby giver that William Starr .

Alto, who is only about nine years 107 J. W. Andrews auto for hire ______ 250 State of Flonda. BE it Reached by the Legislature of the Stateof of Starke Florida who on July 15. 1'> C.. made
and four miles distant. In very instance los J. W. Edwards do ______nnn____ 2.50 For Two Jwtices of the Supreme Court of Florida: homestead ('ntr No 09011. for N\V quarter
old in his
sitting of wood the
on a pile State of Fl.fcda.
the torpedoes exploded at the 109 Ford Garage do ____ __ 2.50 For That the following amendment to Section 1 1 of section 10, Township 6 S. Range 23 3'*. Tal .
.F indicated the inventor. yard, whereupon Alto got up and went lie Bob Mills fruits __--_nnn_______--___ 1.50 I of one.Riru"J Camlissioner of the Stile of Article VI of the Constitution of the State lahassee Meridian has til.t notice of. intint ( a -
\ height by into the house, returning with a shot- lit Bob Mills luneh stand __ 2.50 l'Iorida.For of Florida be and the same is hereby agreed ,"n to make fiv. ytf.r rf. f, <>'ahi.3 f
Senator
Existing aerial torpedoes are of twokinds 112 D. C. Chase do __nnnn nnnn_unn 2.50 trict of Stlte State of for 15th Snatorial Dis to and shal be submitted to the electors of! I claim to the land above dl's' ribd. beta* Cleric
gun, the contents of which he fired at 113 DC. Chase merchant _____ _____ 1.50 Florida the the general election in 1916 for :. Circuit Court at Strk. on t 23rd
that contact
explodes n For Two !
one on Members of the House or
Representatives ratification day of November 1911.
I1u hie. The entire load or rejection:
luckily, lodged 114 Earl Hawk shows ____nhnnn 22.50 of the State
the other timed with a fuse to explode in the of three 115 J. M. Tatom chiropractic _______ 2.50 For of Florida Section 1. Every male person of the age of Claimant names as witnnses: 0 .
bag clothing County
only Judge.
twenty-one years and upwards who citiZen Joseph Starling, of I.awtey, Florida.
2.50 a
in the air. The trouble with the first 116 L. Turner auto for hire -unn i
shots, presumably 4s, taking effect. 117 1'. Gardiner n-taurant __hn___ 1.25 For Sht'rif.For of the United Stat at the he applies James Hornsby of S'arke Florida. ; .
: type is that its high explosive has atendency Hughie who is about Alto's had 118 J. P. Robinson d _______nn____ 1.25 For r'rk; of the Circuit Court. to register deemed a qualified Hardy Williams of Siarkc, rorid. 0.
County Assessor
age, of Taxes. elector at all elections under the C. C. Ward of Start.
__ Constitutionof
on impact with the earth to 119 Bob Mills fruit dialer _nnn_ .75
the bag thrown over his shoulder. One 120 Southern lunch stand __ 1.25 For Tax Collector. the State of Florida provided that he possesses ROUT. W. DA\SS. .'
blow downward instead of laterally, Pine ___un___ For County Superintendent of Public In- the following 10-lS-5t Fgbtel. 4 ,?
tables 12.50
shot lodged in his right side, anotherin 121 Jas. Kite Jr. 1' pool h struction.For quliicaton
thus creating a great cavity, but caus- 122 Co-Operative Ice Co ice wagon____ 1.25 He shall have reldt'd his permanent -
little The his right leg, the third grazing the 123 Blue Poster Adv Co bill posters __ 1.25 County Surveyor home and place of abode in the State of
danger.
ing comparatively skin on his right thigh. The woundsare 124 Martt Abs Co. __________ 3.75 For Five County Commissioners. Florida for one year and in the county wherein -
trouble with the second type is that a I. C. A. Futch. abtrct. of the Town of For Three Members of the County Boardof he applies to register for six months, pre
is able
slight and Hughie to get Public II
miscalculation cause the Starke. do hereby certify that the foregoingis Intructol vious thert.
slight may around and no ill effects from the correct. For Peace in and for the He mut able to Jad. write and interpret -
PSESPECIAILLY
torpedo to explode 40 or 50 feet in the wounds are anticipated. Just what C. A. FUTCH. i folowin.. Justice. Districts viz: any Section of Constitution of the
Clerk. State of Florida at the time he
air or at a considerable depth below Town applies to reg-
prompted Alto to take a shot at Hughisn't No. Two. later and vote.

the earth known No. Three. He must own in his own right property to .
there known
as was no
,
WARRANTS ISSUED AT OCTOBER MEETING No. Four.
This new American bomb overcomes the value of not Ins than five hundred dollars -
difference between the little fellows. OF SCHOOL BOARD. No. Five. which fact shall determined only by
both these difficulties, for it explodesfive Callahan Leader. General School Fund. No. SIx the assessment books b the county at the

or six feet from the ground and it Lii.Crosby Sampson __nnnnnn 35.00 No. Seven. time he to register and vote.
Kellty Lawtey -____nnn___ 60.00 No. Eight.No. He applt have been
does not matter from what height it POTASH IMPORTANT FOR FLOR- H. W. Bartley do ____________nn____ 30.00 Nine to the time he applies to register convicted or previous vote of ADAPTED a'

is dropped. The aviator need make no Ruth Jackson do ___X----__--_____--__ 25.00C. No. Ten. larceny, robbery. Corery. perjury or bribery FOR TE
_____ __ 35.00
IDA STRAWBERRIES. E. Crosby Theressa No. Eleven.
in
nn of the
calculations. All he has to do is to let any any State or of the
Elbe Hugh Milling do _--_---_----_--_ 35.00C. For Constable *n and for the following Jus- States cour or so convicted he must .'
go and the bomb does the rest. The E. ht lly Thunton ___nnnnn 25.00 tice viz: Unite restored I the
Dstricts. rights of
Florida strawberry growers usually A. C. Kelley New River _______n_____ 25.00Sheppard bn t cit en. k
is inventor
secret but the
of control FREEOUR
-
system consider of the most important __ 35.00
potash one Thomas Liberty nnn Number Two. ship.Provided, That
asserts it is not electrical. The fertilizers. But owing to the Mattie Stakby Lawtey ________nn 40.00 Number Thre ,al however of such no person who or lin-
__ ________ __ 40.00 descendant any person 1'a on
do
Brown _
Reba ---- Number Four.
bombs be built for each in January first
might $50 shortage of potash they cannot obtainas Rose Hull do ____--___--_____----__-- 4000 Number Five. m.der 1867 or prior thereto entitledto Ij .
vote the
quantities as nearly all the parts may much as they desire. Those Helen Terry do ____----_--___---_---- *>.<>" Number Six. of the Constitution and laws of INSTRUCTSCATALOGUE
be in hardware store. grow- Bernice DeSha do n__________________ 40.00 Number Seven. any Stt or Territrie. or entitledto
purchased a I ers who planted cowpeas and turned H. Terry Lawtey ____--___--____--_ 90.00 Number vote any f.n government, or any ThK AMDWEEKLY !:
I R __ __ __ 7000 EiJlht naturalized citizen or his decendnu. shall ,_
will .
them under probably be able to A. Green Hamilton ---- -- -- -- Number be denied the
WASHINGTON HEARS VILLAIS Ada Nimmo do __________nnn___ 40.00 Number Ten. right to rgistt'1 because 1R *
produce a crop without any potash Mamie Pinholster do __----________-- 40.00 Number Eleven.In he shall not be able to .read, write and
READY TO MEXICOCarranza's -- ____ interpret any Section of the Constitution of ,
QUIT whatever.In Bank interest 120.99 kS PRICE
Bradford County n testimony whereof. I have hereunto eel the State of above : :
other cases, A. P. Spencer, district W. T. Weeks recording deeds nnn 2.50F. my hand and affixed the Great Seal of the cause he Forida.own. prvide.or b LISTj- .
Schcll postage etc __ 9.25 ,
G. stationery
State of flonda. at the Capital. 1
Talahasse above specified ; naturalized citizens of the
for the of Flor- ____ 100.00
agent University K G. Schell salary supt nhn this the A. D. FOJRTHJEM
Generals Are Said to Be Lizzie Marshall Hampton _____n_____ 2500 ( Augut. United States, however at the time they apply SEND 4$
ida Extension Division, advises an immediate I 1915. and before they shall be admitted to register
____ 45 00Uuigley
Back Others for President. Albert Dubose Randolph hnnh
to H. CLAY VWFORDD.
Ready shall
of present the registration officer certificate -
application 400 pounds per Lumber Co lumber Crest View (L. S.) Secretary of State. of his t TOqAY.E .

acre of 4 per cent ammonia, G per cent School ________________nnn_ 1T208 To S. B DENMARK Sheriff Bradford copy therf.naturalztion. or a duly authenticated _
Lumber Co do Lawtey col ____ 7.00
Francisco Villa has agreed to cease phosphoric acid, and 3 per cent pot- Quigley C. Nichols Highland __ 35.0 County. 9-1- Section 2. Upon the adoption of this amend-

his depredations and leave Mexico if ash. A second application of 600 R R H. Futch pump treas---------nnnn 70. ..64 enact ment to appropriate the Constitution laws ,to the carry Legislature the purpose shall 1NStEICOV :

Carranza is deposed from power, according pounds should be made when the ber- C.. Fogg W. Hazen com services a ____nnnn 6.01( NOTICE OF ELECTION of this amendment into effect.

to information said to be in ries set the first bloom. I.. V bard do __--___--_____--__-- 4.00 JACKONVilL. FLft.PROFirBYTHIS .
t WHEREAS The Legislature of 1915 under The votes cast in
clerical work 2otiOJ. compliance with the -
Knight proposed
the hands of the state department in Under ordinary conditions, growers C. ;. Douglass board service nnuUhn__nn_ 860 the Constitution of 1S85 of the State of Florida amendment. and the canvass, declarations i, -

Washington. Whether the agreementis would use more potash at this last application did pass three Joint Resolutions prop- returns tht'rf. shall be subjtt __._;_ ,

a new one or a reiteration of a state- with the expectation of using Total ____________--______________137056 ing amendments to the Constitution to the same regulations and a tDon't l-. -'
of Florida and the Waste A other Dat. .
Special Tax Districts. State tame were agreed to are provided by law for general elections; in '
ment made months ago has not been nitrate of soda in February to prolongthe Lillie Crosby Sampson __----_-___ -__ 25.00 by a vote of three-fifths of all the members the State of Florida. -----f- ,# t;.

announced. It is taken for granted bearing season. Owing, however, Rose Hull Lawtey _--___--__----__---- 20.00 elected to each house; that the \'ote on taid IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF I When you are viorr.ied by backache;
Mattie Stnlsby do --_______--_----_--_ 20.00 Joint Resolutions were entered upon their respective have hereunto set my hand and
however, that Carranza generals who to the shortage of potash, many grow- Bernice DeSha do __----_----_______-- -<'. Journals. with the yeas and nays affixed the Gieat Seal of the By lameness arid urinary disorders,

have become weary of the tactics of ers will dispense with the applicationof Reba Brown do ___----__: -__-------- 20.00 thereon and they did determine and direct (SEAL State of Forida. at Talahuse Don't experiment :with an jintried
____ __ the said Joint Resolutions be submitted
Helen Terry do ______ -- 20.00 that the ,
----
the first chief, would welcome any nitrate of soda for fear of making R. H. Terry do _--_-__-_________un_ 20.00 to the electors of the State at the General fifth day of July. A. D. 1916. medicine. : ; i .

movement that would lead to a defi- soft berries should the weather be C. J. Knight sen'ice a manager at Election in Nov'mbl. 1916. H. CLAY CRAWFORD Do as thousands cif people ire do- .

election __ n____ 6.00J. NOW. I. H. CLAY CRAWFORD 8-4-141 Secretary of State. lL
nite inde- nnhnhnn ing. '
policy. They
are working warm or rainy.A H. Scarborough furnishing dry cells Secretary of State of the State of : ,

pendent of the Mexican-American Lake Butler _--__--________--_---- 3.20 Florida do hereby Rive notice that aGENERAL Use Doan's Kino: Pills. .'
commission for they claim Carranza Cleared. Quigley Lumber Co cash for Sampson ELECTIONwill NOTICE OF FINAi DSCHARGE Read this Gaint''svllle resident's experience ,
Must Be .
Clogged System City ______________ -___n nnn_ 1.55 be held in each county in Florida on Six months after date herf toWIt the .1.1D.
would be powerless to enforce any W. B. Jenkins janitor Starke -_ --- 30.00 Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday in 14th day of January 1917. I will my : t

agreement into which he might enter You will find Dr. King's New Life Tomlinson-Mames Drug Co free books Novembr. A. D. 1916 the said Tuesday being vouchers and final account to the Honorable M. Phifer, ro-er, Railroad St., '-

Pills gentle but effective laxativefor Thomas ______________--_ --____--_ 12.35H. Ge' A. Gardiner County Judge of Bradford
with the United States. a L. Tillis work pump Boatdrain _._- 1.00J. SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBERfor county. Florida. a administrator of the estate Gainesville, Fla., sa>s: 'Torseveral I

For several weeks stories of unrest removing impurities from the sys- W. White & Son incidentals Starke.- 2.05 the ratification or rejection of the sid ot D. S. Wheeler. dtt'ued. and asked to years my kidneys Were moreor; less

Carranza's generals have been tem. Accumulated waste poisons the Carl Varnes work school well Johnstown 5.00 Joint Resolutions proposing amendments t be dischraged a such administrator. disordered and I suffered l 3t from
among a < *
S. B. Hubbard Co incidentals Hampton.- 43.40 the Constitution of the State of Florida. vi : This the day of July 1916. .j
finding their way across the border at blood; dizziness, biliousness and pimply Willie Varnes work well Johnstown n__ 5.00 D. W. MANNING. pain in my back andright sid.;. Often .

El Paso. Now it appears that a real the dis- Mary Carter Janitor Lawtey ______ -- 22.00 A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an Amend- Administrator of the estate of D. S. Wheeler, I could hardly strJighten after [
I muddy complexions are Quigley Lumber Co material Hampton 18.30 ment to Section 9 of Article 9 of the deceased. 7-14-6mo u

movement is on foot to unset Carranza ressing effects. A dose of Dr. Kings G. W. Hazen tom as tress ______h____ 23.19 State_,Constitution, Relating to Taxation stooping without support. A. times S

eliminate Villa as a factor of military O. A. Mizell interest on warrant nn__ 621 and Finance.Be NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE the passages of the 'xidney sehetonswere 4 .
free
New Life Pills will assure you a B. M. Bryan incidentals n 4.25W. it Resolved by the Legislature of the State Six months after date I will present to the
affairs and place at the head of I school supplies for Hon. Geo. A. too frequent and I ,. -
full bowel movement in the morning.At Mills freight on of Florda Gardiner a County Judge of
the republic a man whowould receive Starke ___________nh___ ___- 1.** That folowing; amendment of Section i Bradford county .Florida my vouchers and to get up several times during; the V : I
your druggist, 25c. (3) Ada Nimmo Hampton unnn____ 10.00 9 of Article Constitution of the State, final accounts s Administratrix of the estateof I used Pills
general military and political support.The _________ __ night. Doan's.Kidney andI
Mamie Pinholster do ___ n 10.00 relating to Taxation and Finance. is hereby S. J. Sternburg, late of Bradford county,
promoters of the contemplatedrevolt Quigley Lumber Co material Graham n 6.06 agreed to and shall be submitted to the elec Florida deceased and ask dischargedas could tell from the first that I was ,

are said to have their candi- + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Dr. W. a:. Middleton work. freight etc of the State for adoption or rejection at such Administratrix. t b being helped. I am never *without

_____ _____ ____ 8.33 tl -
for Hampton n nn next general election hereafter: that u to This the 18th day of 1916.
dates in mind. They are Dr. Francisco + LEGAL NOTICES Quigley Lumber Co incidentals L Butler 18.00 say that Section 9 of Article 9 of the Constitution ANGIE AUKt STRSBURG. Doan's Kidney Pills on han d, for I

Gomez, who is making his residencein + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Quigley Lumber Co plumbing Starke -_ 11.40 of the State be amended t read a Administratrix of the etat Stern- value them most hi hly." I ;

San Antonio Tex. where he is Starke Hardware Co Hardware Starke 1.30 follows: burg, deceased. 8-18-6m Price 50 cents at til dealer
highly
Don't
REPORT OF LICENSES. Johns Furniture Co Incidentals Sampson "Section 9. There shall be exempt from j

respected, and Gen. Felipe Angeles, Report of licenses issued by the Town of City _--_--_______--__----______---- 3" taxation property t the value of five hun NOTICE: OF FINAL DISCHARGE simply ask for kidney remAdy-get I
Starke. Florida. beginning Oct. 1st 1915 and dred every widow that has a family Six months after this date. on the
who
towit. Doan's
l'ills-the
is in New York at dolal t Kidney sajne that
residing City ending Sept. 30. 1916. Total __________------_______---_--- 39885 her for support and to every 29th day of January 1917, I will present to 4 ;
present. 1 Standard Oil Co illuminating oil __ 12.50 Bond Du'nct No. 3. Starke. person who is a buna fide resident of the Stat the Honorable George A. Gardiner County Mr. Phifer had. Fester Milbjjrn Co..

The position of Gen. Alvarado Obre- 2 Standard Oil Co gasoline ________ 5.00 G. W. Hazen com as treas .nnu_ 6.01 and has lost a limb or been disabled in war Judge of Bradford County Florida my a vouchers Props., Buffalo, ft. Y. j ((24)
3 Seaboard Air Line railway _______ 25.00 Bond District No. 22. Raiford. : or by misfortune." and final accounts a executor of the last
gon in relation to the plots to eliminate _______________ 5.00 -
4 A. V. Long lawyer C.V.. Hazen tress ____ __ 2.40 will and testament of W. H. Rivers.
Carranza appears indefinite. It is 5 D. E. Knight lawyer ___u______ 6.00 Bond District com as No. 23. Lake- Butler.n A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an amendment and ask to be discharged a such extutor.dttase + + + + + + +-4. + + F + +

feared he is ambitious to become 6 Joe Hill Williams lawyer ________ 600 G. W. Hazen com as treas ______u_- 9.00 to Sections 2, 3 and 4 of Article VII This the nat day of July. 1916.J. + +
president 7 A. S. Crews lawyer __u__________ 6.00 Bond District No. 25. Lawtey of the Constitution of the State of Florida E. FUTCH. 1

of Mexico himself at some future 8 A. /. Adkms lawyer __nn_____ 6.00 G. W. Hazen com as treas ----__--__-- 5.55 Relating to Census and Apporionment Executor of the last Wi and Testament of + SEABOARD TIME TABE .

time. Should plans, now in the making 9 J. C. Poppell lawyer ____n_____ 800 Be it Rtoohed by the Leallatue Stat W. H. Rivers, i28&mo.SHERIFF'S + --- -:'

succeed it is that Gen. 10 J. E. Futch lawyer --_______--_____ 5.00 OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED of Florida: -- + New time tatle takes effect +
probable NOTICE
________
the Constitution
11 J. I'. Tomlinson physician 5.00 That the following amt'ndmt'nt to
Trevino, Carranza's military chief, 12 E. T. Campbell do ____unnn_ 5.00 UNDER SECIS 8 FLORIDA.of CHAPTER of the State be. and the Notice is hereby give SAE. S. B. Den + 12:01 a. m., Std.ty, May 2JJI, '16. +

would become in command of 1.1 A. H. Fret.man do --__________--__ 500 4SS8. same are hereby agreed to, and the came shal mark sheriff of Bradford county. state of + Trains will in as + 'SI
supreme 14 J. C. Wills do _________________n_ 6.00 Hereby notice is given that W C. Foster t* submitted to the electors of the Florida under and by virtue of that ter":r. + St1e
follows
the Mexican forces in the North. 15 G. Turner dentist ______________ 500 purchaser of ta sale certificates numbered the Rt'nfrl election in 1916. 'or ratification or writ of execution i sue out ,* *no .under : +

____ respectively 109, 168 17S and 1K6 issued b rejection the seal of the ri-3w.t; (I'!a' Bradford coun- + I +
16 J. 0. Haynes do ______ ___ 5 00
the Tax Collector for Bradford County. Section 2 of Article VII hereby amendedso *y, rionji, against '.. Holland, and :n *>- -
LUNG WORMS PREVALENT IN 17 O. L. Haynes do __--_______--___ 500 being dated the i C + Jacksonville to +
certificates
each of said Tamp
ida. to read as of W C. Tay.or; and the 13th day
FLORIDA HOGS. 18 Southern Express Co. express co__ 25.00 3rd day of August A. D. 1914. has filed the 'The a folow convene in the of\JI November 1915. wi datt for sale and No. 1 ____,_--lUp.: ra. +

19 Hooter Bros. Photographers I_____ 2 50 said certificates in my office and has madeapplcat.on year 1919 and thereafter shall consist of one eel! to the highest best bidder for cash No. 3 ___ ----- : | a. m. +
::11) Bradford County Abs Co. abstractors for tar deed to issue in accord- member of the Senate from each county in at the how door in the To.cn of S.arke -

______nn un____________ ".50 law. The said ct'rtiticate respectively the State, and of one member of the House eour county. Florida, on Monday Nuvem- + No. 9 _______. _______ 2:5p.m. +

Lung worms are quite prevalent in 21 A. :01. Darby merchant __________ 3.00 embrace the following lands in of R'l'renlative from each county in the her: 6th 1916. the same being a legal sal + ,-;-- I +

Florida among the hogs. Accordingto JJ John Furn C.. do _______Unn 2.25 Bradford county. Florida. assessed at the date State for enr ten thousand of population day of sid court during the legal hours of + Jacksonville tu Cedar Hey +
23! J. M. Mitchell do _hnnUu__ 2.25 of the issuance of such certificates in the therein or major fraction thereof where sale the described real estate situated

Dr. A. H. Logan, veterinary field 24 M. Leviton do n_______________ 2.'5 names respectively hereinafter particularly set tht'r may be a major fraction left over after benJ;1010winJ lying in Bradford counts + :0. 13 _______..____ 5:04JP.] m. *

agent for the Bureau of Animal Industry 25 J. W Morgan do ______nnn____ 3.00 forth to-wit. dividing the whole number of population of Florida towit: North hal of Southeast quirier + +

who is stationed at the Univer- 26 J. W. White & Son ________n__ 225 Certifcate No 109 embraces the JE'4 of the county by the number ten thousand : Provided of northeast of Section Sixteen
27 C. P. Ca"on do _nnnn 2.25 SE'i. Se. 25. Tp. 6. S. R. 22 E. 40 acres that each county shall have at least one Township Seven South Range twenty-one E. + Tampa to Jacksonville +

sity of Florida the worms are spread 25 J. M. Alvarez do nn_______ :300 assessed A. V. Long. Representative and that no 'ounty shall have containing twenty acres more or less + No. 2 __'__ ____ 451a. m. +
through the discharge of from t'S C. L. Peek & Son real estate ____ 5.00 Certificate No 169 t'mbract the SE14 of more than three Representatives in the House S. B. DENMARK +
eggs No. 4 '+
____
___
30 Wills Drug Co merchant ________ 1.50 NWi4. Sec 4. Tp. 7, S. R 22 E., 40 acres. of Representatives. The members of the House 1065tShenff, Bradford County Fla --_ _3IZp.m.
the nostrils; of infested hogs during 31 G. H. Bennett do nnn___ 1.50 assessed S. S. Chandler. of Representatives shall be elected for a term + No. 10 (Limited)___ p. m. +

coughing. The eggs, coming in con- 32 C. S. Durling com do ___n_______ 5.00 Certificate No. 175 t'mbract the SVVi; ofNE' of two years and the members of the Senate NOTICE OF APPIICA1IOV FOR TAX DEED + ; 5:5t +
tact with find 3J L. D. Register do _nn__________ 3.00 and SWi4 of SE 4 Of NWi., Sec. 11. shall be elected for a term of four Years. except I'NDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER : I
the feed or water, entrance Tp. 7. S. 22 E. 50 acres. assessed L. M. hereinafter The election for 4888. LAWS OF FLORIDA. + Cedar Key : to Jacksonville +
the either before 34 C. A. Mixon do __uu__________ 1.5* R a prided Hereby notice given that
to Little. for each be at the is A. Z. ..Adkins.purchaser I
system, members brlch same '+ No. 9::2,'a. m. +
_
.
35 W. G. Brooks do __ _____ 2.25 embraces the SE1 of 1
uuu Certificate No. If6 time and places. The term of office of Senator of tax sale certificates numbered
or after hatching, through the diges- 36 1dr. H. C. Richard do _______n_ 2.25 NE and W L, of NE and SE See. 3. the first respectively 29. 161 and 169 + I,
4 4 4. ? elected in 1916 on issued by the Tax
__________________ .hal epir
tive tract. They reinfest the 37 J. S. Brown do 2.25 2SO assessed Un-
same Tp. 8. S. 22 E., Collector for Bradford +
may R acr. Monday in April. trm of office county, each of I Wanner Trains +
3S J. C. Carter do ________ ______ 300 Forida.
-- --
animal or other hogs. 39 J. F. Kickliter do __________ 2.25 know'n. of Senators elected in 1918 from the following sid ct'rtifeat. being dated day of ,+ (Daily Sundajf;)
---- -- said certificates shall be redeemed according 1914, has filed Except
counties to-wit; Escambia. Gadsden. August the said certificates -
t'nles
They are hard to eradicate, once 40 H. C. Waters do _____________ 1.50 deed will thereon + No. 101 Leave} Starke 6:4 +
tax issue office and
to law. Jackson Leon, Madison Lafayette Taylor Columbia in my ha made applicationFor : | &. m.
41 N Sternberg do ____ _________ 2.25 -
they have entrance the body uu on the 17th day of November A. D. 1916.Witness Nassau. Duval Marion. Suirpter. Jef tax deed to issue in accordance with law.
gained to + No. 104 arrive Starke 2:45 +
42 Fred F. Stump do ______________ 3.00 and p. m.
and and sani- 43 N. B. Hull do ___________ _____ 300 my official signature teal this ferson. Lee. Monroe, Putnam Volusia Hamilton The said ct'rtitiratt respectively embrace the -
consequently prevention u 1916. + T. J.GRIFFIN: 'Agent.LcFos +
__ the 24th day of Otober. A. D. Alachua! Broward, Liberty. Hernando. following lands in Bradford county, Florida. ;
Turner do 150
tation are the best remedies. Dr. Logan 44 J. 0. unnn W. T. WEEKS. Pinellas. Brevard. Palm Beach and Levy thai! assessed at the date of the issuance of such + : +
45 Starke Hdw Co do ____ ________ 1.50'
u I
advises against feeding or pastur- 46 H. G .Ma-on do _________________ 2.25 10.275t.Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. expire on the first Mcr.day in April, 1921 : all certificates in the names respectively hereinafter + + + + + + + + + + +:+ + + +
.
47 Charley Tom Chinese laundry __ 5.00 other Senators t b elet in the Yt'a 1918 particularly set forth, to-wit: -
ing number of animals together. n
a large their term of expire on the first Certificate No. 29 embraces lot 39 of Blk
4* Bradford Co Bank bankers ______ 7 50 shal ?
The pastures should be rotated 49 Bank of Starke do ________________ 7.50 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Monday in April. All membel of the 4 in F. N. Andrews add to Lake Butler, Sec A 1. Cffg&itesavt Uwr TO
frequently and it is advisable to cultivate 50 Natl Weighing Machine Co weigh UNDER SECTION 8 of CHAPTER House of Representatives at general 29. Tp 5. S. R. 20 E.. assessed Unknown. DOM G Kf disturb tbt Stan* .
FLORIDA.Hereby .
OF
machines ____________--_____--__ 250 4fIS. LAWS election in 1918. their term of office shall Certificate No. HI t'mbrct the S1A' of Is addition properties
and seed them if possible. All 51 B B Hopson motion pictures ______ 5.00 notice i given that T. J. Alder. expire on the first Monday in April 1921. and NE'4 and SE'. of NW'4, Sec 28. Tp. ., S. L-Po

grass, leaves and other material used 52 '.. D. Miner merchant ____________ 2.25 man. purchaser tax sale certificates num thereafter the term of office of all mt'mbl of R. 21 E., 80 acre:. uSeH. T. Lovt'lac. contains Cascara 4 ia acceptable for

53 City Barber Shop 2 chairs ______ TOO .r respectively 91 and 202. iue by the the House of Representatives shall commence Certificate No. .b following BtirnulttirjgLaxativeandTonic;I-PO .
for bedding should be raked and burned 54 S. L. Alvarei 2 chairs ____________ 2.00 Ta for Bradford ( Florida on the first Tuesday after the first Mondayin Beginning 210 ft E.. of NW NW>4 of acts effectively iitd dos

orcea week. The surface of sleeping 55 J. W. Hicks 1 chair ______________ 1.00 Said certificates being dated August 3rd. 1914 April next suceedm the election. At the NEU of M. 5 and run S 210 ft E 420 ft N disturb stomach. At the no tp aids
56 Starke Cigar Co mfg cigars ______ 2 50 and October 5th 1914 respectively ha filed general election in 1520 and thereafter all 210 ft, ft to beg. S. Tp. 7. R t
quarters and pens should be liber- 57 A. L. Alvarez market ______..__ 2.50 said certificates in my office and has made 8natol to be elected shall be elected for a 22 E. 2 acres assessed Rblf dgesto aross the liver fecretions

ally sprinkled with air slaked lime. 53 Owen Gardiner do -------------- 2.50 I j application for tax' deed to issue in accordance ter four years the term t begin on the Unless said certificates lhll ad restore the healthy functions. 50c.














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i PAGE EIGHT < BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDA, .NOVEMBER 3, j tj


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t :Jlr. J. E. Brown spent Sunday and state and how they boosted the Knott TO THE TEACHERS OF BRAD IN WITNESS WHEREOF I ya :,'
wt my !land aid affixed aj41
R, 'j 1 I II Monday with relatives in Gainesville. meetings. He was especially severeon FORD COUNTY. .cultDCourt on this the l3t the d..y BeaI of Rd
r. I I .i Miss Enza Blanchard is spending a the Gainesville Sun. In sarcasticvein :
.. :,. htl few days in Jacksonville this week, he referred to the Telegraph as All the teachers of Bradford countyare (SEALt a' T. "" -.'".' ;

: j as the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. B. "the only democratic paper in Brad requested to meet in the County A. S. CREWS. .al
County News Items Dye. ford county," and contradicted this pa Teachers' Association at Lake Butleron Compla' anl'. SoIWt'ir.: l1it

s. 1 ; Hon. W. H. Briggs, of Green Cove per with reference to Jap Allen's po- the 11th of \ot ember. The county : :::::--.;.:

Springs, is a business visitor to Law- litical affiliations. He stated that Mr. associations are a great power for
1 the good of the professors and the I
A tey this week. Allen had always voted with the dem-
Inttrestlnf Facts Gathered Week by Our ;
the
I Durlnt children of the schools. I hope every
I Mr. H. D. Randall was transacting ocrats. (If Jap had been present we I
,' j Refular Correspondents. business in Jacksonville the first partof are satisfied he would fallen out of his I teacher will be present. I *

I I the week.A seat at this bit of news.) F. G. SCHELL, i f I

I I, I .... daughter was born to Mr. and Having finished with the democratic Superintendent, and member of ther 4rI

t I Mrs. E. E. Burney Monday morning. newspapers of the state and county the Association. .
,I' I 6 s 00000000000000 Mr. Barney Andreu paid the county Ir. T. J. Moore spent Sunday and speaker took up the inevitable Catholic I i iI I ;
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.: 0 G seat a business call Tuesday. Monday with relatives and friends in subject and thrashed it out to his PUBLIC NOTICE. I I I .
HEIL ROXN.1' Mr. John Pinholster went to Ala Jacksonville. satisfaction, pointing, of course, to the In the preparation of the list of qualified
I t. s E A electors in and for Bradford county as publish I I I
chua to assist the in
Wednesday
agent Mr. John Hall, of Starke, was the great need of Mr. Catts in the governor's in the Bradford County Telegraph of
i i j 0.* $ ':9900609909000< ** %
i the Seaboard depot. guest of relatives in Lawtey last Sun- office to save us from the wrath October 2 th. the following names were erroneously ,
!I r, i Miss Bessie Green, who has been Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Johns and Mrs day. of these bad people.At omitted.; I

I I sick is able to get out again, leaving Mary Passavant attended the Fair at Rev. and Mrs.: T. B. Lawrence, Rev. the conclusion of his address Mr.Mullady J..L.H.Underbill.W. Underbill. I r' Y

i Mrs. Nora Johnson as our only sick Lake Butler last Friday.HAMPTON.. T. S. Stark, Gus Peeples and B. L. was given an ovation, a few Walter Underbill I +
I A. J. UnderhilL
one this week. Blanchard attended the District Con- of the more enthusiastic tossing their John l"Klow. ,
I ; Mr. Lawton Crawford, of Jasper, is > 000000000 J0' 0000a ference of the Jacksonville district of hats in the air. To an organization O. L. Underbill. I

I: the guest of relatives this week. e the St. Johns River Conference of the democrat this brought to mind the C.Allen L. Underbill.Underbill.Heher I

I sirs Mary V. Andrews, after spending M. E. church at Snyder Memorial time when one brother became so en- Underbill.J. )l

l i several weeks with her daughter, e church in Jacksonville, the first part thusiastic over the poulist platformthat M. Underbill. C. A. KNIGHT. I

Mrs. Annie L. Davis, returned to her 00990900009060000 of the week.Mr. he wanted to dance a jig on it. Supervisor of Registration Bradford County. I

i i home at DeFuniak Springs last Satur- Mrs. Katie Sparkman, of Waldo, and Mrs. J. B. Dye and littleJ. I /
I I BILL FOR DIVORCE.In
day. was a visitor here Wednesday. B. J., spent from Saturday to Monday HELP THESE WORTHY PEOPLE.The Circuit Court. Mh Judicial Circuit of
: I i There was a sing at the L. L. Sapp Miss Lizzie Rowe returned to Tam- in Lawtey, at the home of Mrs. Florida. Bradford County.L. I ;

t 1 \: home Tuesday evening. pa Friday, where she holds a responsible Dye's parents, :Mr. and :Mrs. A.1.. I R. HendersonVs i \\I t
I' The debate Friday afternoon between position. She was called to this Blanchard. Telegraph last week containedan Hattie Henderson Bill for Divorce. I

i 1 the boys of the 2nd and 3rd 'place by the death of her father, S. M Mrs. William Clark and son, George, account of the burning of the homeof To Hattie Henderson. Greetingotiee :
\ to Appear. ,
grades, which was Horses vs Cows, Rowe. B. Watsonig, northeast of town. The ,
\ i I of Jacksonville, were visiting friendsin It having been shown by affidavit that the
I f : was decided in favor of the affirmative The serial meeting at the Methodist and near Lawtey several days of family lost everything, including all defendant. Hatt e Henderson i is a non-resident Irrespective of
i I' i with :Messrs. Carter, Alvarez, Norman, church is being well attended, and Rev. last week. the corn and other feed grown on their of said the state defendant of Florida is at Uptonxille.and that the Georgia residenceof and

i .. Parmenter and Green as champion Davis has made many friends here. I Mr. Earl Whitten, j Raiford, wasa place this year. Persons who have an that there is no one within the State of Florida Waistlines !

h ;! speakers. J. E. Hudson, of Gainesville but visitor to Lawtey Sunday. abundance of corn and feed can do a said, service defendant upon and whom that would said bind defendant her. the is

; Among those who attended the fair formerly of this place passed away Justice B. D. Kelly, of Raiford, was good deed by contributing some of it over the age of twenty-one years.It .
: Saturday were, Miss Mabel! Carter, Saturday morning after a brief illness, transacting business in Lawtey last to these deserving people. is therefore ordered. considered and adjudged
that the said defendant. Hattie Hen
,- : ; ; Messrs. Willie and Rufus Reddish and and was buried with Masonic honors Friday. derson, do appear to the Complainant's Bill of All men smile when
L Mesdames Rossie Reddish and Mamie Monday, October 30th, at 3 o'clock. A. J. Crawford, of the Lake Butler Complaint herein on or before the 4th day of I
I I Miss Margaret Lawrence is visiting December, A. D. 1916 in default whereof a they leave our
Langford. lodge No. 129 of which he store
l' Hampton relatives in Jacksonville this week. section, was transacting business in I' decree pro confesso will be entered aKainstthe
1 i Misses Dora Johnson and Gladys was a member, was represented by J. :Mr. Starke :Monday. said Hattie Henderson. |
J. H. Moore
,, I ; Hicks, escorted by their beaux were F. Johnson, H. B. Weest T. J. Terry, was attending to It is further ordered that this notice bej
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business in Starke Monday and Tuesday j publ shed in the Bradford County Telegraph I
t+ i G out motoring Sunday afternoon. V. R. Prevatt and A. J. Nimmo, who How a neuspaiier published at Starke! in Bradford sus 'S17
Indians
: I I Miss Irma Andrews, of Brooker, is I motored to Gainesville to be presentat Purified Water. I County, Florida once each week for five consecutive Moth
+! Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Griffin, of Swains- The Indians had a way of purifying weeks.
I I.! i spending this week with friends and the interment. I es.
l boro, Ga., were visitors to Lawtey last water from a pond or swamp by dlggang j I'I IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto .__
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I;: r relatives at this place. I Miss Willie Fay Ivev is out again, set my hand and afTUed the seal of our Circuit ---q .-
Sunday at the home of )Ir. and Mrs. a hole about a foot across and 'i Court on this the 1st day of November J, 'tn..ar gnu Wnap onc'
I The families of Messrs Drew and after brief illness.
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fA. D. 1916.
; Andrew Lowery. down about six inches below the water I
Billie Reddish attended the association The Hallowe'en party Tuesday even- I W. T. WEEKS.SEL .
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Ernest Wells attended the Fair at level a few feet from the pond. Clerk.
at New River Sunday. ing was screaming success. Some of are a step toward hap-
After JOE HILL
It WILLIAMS.
y f Lake Butler last Friday and Saturday. was filled with water they
l : Messrs. Clyde Carmichael and jJ. H. the pranks played have caused words Complainant's Solicito11351..
I : Clarence Ritch, of Raiford, was vis- balled It out quickly, repeating the piness in more ways
: Clemons are among those of this place other than screams to be said.A. -
iting friends in Lawtey last Sunday. bailing process about three times. I BILL FOR DIVORCE.In .
;' who have been trading horses in the A. Durden, S. R. Johns and A. A. After the third the hole Circuit Court. Flh Judicial Circuit ofFlorida. I than one. You can geta
1' R. K. Davis & Co., have just installed bailing would .
: seat this week. :McDonald business visitors to Bradford County.
county were
a new and up-to-date grist mill in be filled with filtered water. Try It- I Lamer Deal fit and you get a
t )Ir. W. F. made business Starke guar.
Harnage Tuesday I
I' a Boy Scout Vsj
Handbook
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the
I' place of the old one. They have
: trip here the fire of this week. Hon. Sidney J. Catts was a visitor also j,! Remer Deal Bill for Divorce.oliee anteed suit or overcoat
t recently installed a rice hulling \ to Appear.
F ''I Mr. Xewn Mott, while selling cot here Wednesday. machine. It is pleasing to note that Rheumatism Follows Exposure.In I To Remer Deal. Greeting: I for $17.
; ton at Lake Butler Monday lost $30. j j A reading table has been added to I It having been shown by affidavit that the
many of the farmers in this vicinity the rain all is followed defendant Remer Deal is I
) day generally a nonresidentof I.
Ir. A. A.
Wainwright Saturday the school, and the following publica
spent i
have been brought to the realizationthat of rheuma- the State of Florida and that the residence -
afternoon and Sunday with friends tions may be found there: Metropolis! by painful twinges of aid defendant is at Bristol. Geor- j I, And know that is
one of one kind of foodstuff tism you
crop Sloan's Linimentwill
in Starke. I Times-Union Bradford Tele- or neuralgia. yin and that there is no person residing in
j I County
oj I l does not pay, and while they are work- give quick relief and the state of Florida the service of a subpoenaupon I the the
you preventthe price
\ I : Prof. L. A. Davis, principal of our graph, Bradford County Times, Rai- whom would bind said defendant and country
; I i school, served as chairman of the East I ford Tribune, Florida Alligator and ing and preparing a winter and spring twinges from becoming torture. It that said defendant is over the age of twen .
crop of strawberries they have suffi- without ty-one years.It over-andwarthepliee
: quickly
I a penetrates rubbing,
Florida Fifth Sunday musical auxiliary ]- Current Events. Also the following is therefore ordered.
I convention at Olustee Saturday magazines, Cosmopolitan' Saturday cient supply of corn, rice, potatoes and and soothes the sore and aching joints. that the said defendant considered Remer and Deal adjudged last; season and will be
I meat to carry them through, notwithstanding For sore, stiff, exhausted muscles that do appear to the Complainant's Bill of Com
and Sunday, and states that first Post All Weekly Boys
prize Evening Story ,
I jf the cry of hard times. The ache and throb from overwork Sloan's plaint herein on or before the 4th day of December next season
in the contest was awarded to Taylor Life and Hearts. Several more will A. D. 1916 in default whereof a decree
I I grist mill is only run on Saturdays, Liniment affords quick relief. Bruises pro confesso will be entered against the
I r Society, Olustee winning the second be added later, as occasion demands.
a'd Rem Deal.It .
'' ; but the rice hulling machine is kept sprains, strains and other minor in 'r
, I I prize of $5. Perry Dover, of Starke, and J. E. is further ordered that this notice bepubJ'shed JJ.ALVAI
.. busy several days during the week. to children soothedby
i juries are quickly in the Bradford
County Telegraph
W. C.
I I Clemons returned from Jacksonville Owsley, of Theressa, were visitors ,
Sloan's Liniment. Get a bottle today a newspaper published at Starke in Bradford
. i ;: ; last Saturday. here Wednesday. County Florida once each week for five consecutive
i I, at your druggist, 25c. ((3)) STARAE FLORIDA:
I I Dr. M. A. Patterson, of Margaretta, Deputy Sheriff Cameron and son, CATTS ORATORS IN STARKE weeks. ,

,. ,, t i made a call to our burg Tuesday last. Charlie were here on official business I
\ I Ii J We are pleased to see many new pupils Tuesday -- I

: :.- with us in school this week. I Dr. W. Middleton is spending this A rally of the Catts supporters was -
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\ )Ir. J. J. Rigdon and little daughter week in Georgia on a much needed va held at the court house Monday evenng. I .

1 ;. .\ Eva, visited our burg Monday. cation.W. The meeting was attended by
r Heilbronn church, which met on the G. Seals motored to Alachua supporters of both }Knott and Catts, I CARLOAD OF FIRST-CLASS MULESArrived

I I Third Sunday and Saturday before Monday accompanied by Mrs. Seals, the latter predominating, of course !j
- 4 f : heretofore, will convene on the Second and their daughter, Mrs.: H. B. Har- since it was their meeting. The audience I i I

: Sunday and Saturday before in each rell, of Brinson, Ga. filled the court room comfortably.The I

month in the future. I first speaker was L. E. Wade, From the St. Louis Market !

Prof. F. G. Schell visited our school 6000000000000000 of Orange Park. Hon. Slater Smith, F

: t : Wednesday and reported everything in 0 0a who had been announced as one of the I

I fair condition. LAIE BUTLER. 900009000000m0009 speakers, did not arrive, and sir Wade'I
explained that he short data
f was on I
1: :Mr. and Mrs. Adam Green spent
because of the absence of }Ir. Smith
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f Tuesday night with their paretsIr..
who had the facts and figures in his
?i I and Mrs. A. B. Alvarez, of this place.
i) Mrs. J. J. Jones of Micanopy, is grip. The speaker used considerabletime
visiting relatives and friends and tookin in reviewing his achievementsas
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i I' f .. i6' '!> 0090000000090 the Fair last week. Mrs. Jones has a criminal lawyer and told the au-

1 i F 6 many friends in Butler, who are always dience that the Jew whiskey men of

I BROOKER.Mr. o glad to see her. Jacksonville]] had offered him a large j
j I .; ra 0i Mr. 0.. Mizell: and Mr. J. F. Bennett sum of money if he would not make

i I' !' '!> I went over to Jacksonville last speeches for Catts. He quoted extensively I

i : and Mrs. L. A. Brown and )Ir. week on business. from the Bible, and warned his I \

; :' and Mrs. J. D. Baxter attended the :Mr. H. J. Stewart and daughter, hearers of the great danger of Catholicism ]-

.:. Fair at Lake Butler Friday afternoon. Miss Clara, went to Salem, Ala., last gaining the ascendency in America -

Postmaster T. R. Collins and son, T. week on account of the death of his He charged that the European
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; J., and Mr. Roy Godwin and mother, wife's mother. war was started and kept up by the t
; motored to Starke Saturday and at Miss Carlan Tolbert, of Lake City, Pope of Rome and the Emperor of

tended to business.! was a week-end visitor of Miss Marguerite Germany. He rarely mentioned the

,,' Mesdames J. M. Shaw and P. M. Duncan. name of : Ir. Catts seemingly takingit
'j ; Barefoot were shopping in Starke on :Mrs. Roy Roberts, of Graham is for granted that the audience under-

j : 1 Thursday. I If spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. stood that Mr. Catts was our savior
f t Mr. Vf. G. Seals, of Hampton, was : John Crews. from the on-rush of the Catholic hosts.
business in last Miss Rhona McDonald, who is teach-
I transacting our town The speech is said by those who were
\ i I' Thursday. ing school at Marietta, visited her present not to have been a brilliant

I f f. I, :Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson, )Ir. and parents Saturday and took in the Fair. effort; probably due to the fact that

i : '-l, Mrs. I. W. Pinholster and !son, Guy, at(1 liss[ Nellie Logan, Middleburg, Mr. Wade did not have his data, but I
I tendedtended the county fair in Lake was visiting friends here last week. the audience was enthusiastic and ap-

i Butler Thursday. liss[ Louamanda Pinholster and her plauded generously.Mr. .

Mr. Geo. Crosby was transacting hrother, Dewey, visited their parents Wade was followed by Ret John

business in Jacksonville Friday and last week and enjoyed the Fair. Mullady. Mr. Mullady has a deep

t Saturday. I Miss Mollie Thomas, one of A. L voice and talks rapidly. After the

'I I Messrs. Clifford Chancey and Willie Drig ers' highly esteemed clerks, has easy-going speech of Mr. Wade his ad- I, l
J I Baisden, of Starke, were visiting; in. accepted a school near Providence.Col. dress sounded like the fire of a ma- I tP] I i ; : ;f1k

Brooker Sunday.: D. E. Knight, an attorney of chine gun, and he was certainly well
I )Ir. Albert Pinholster and Misses Starke, was a visitor here last week. loaded with Catts ammunition. He s.lt

it Mary and Bon Thomas, of Belmore, Prof. F. G. Schell is visiting Lawteyand lambasted the democratic organizationfore +

I I motored to Brooker Saturday and attended I Starke this week, looking after the and aft and brought down the i N M y, tsdl

the union meeting at New River I schools. house with witticisms.. I

Sunday. They were the ;nest of Col. A. V. Long and wife, of Starke, He said the democratic papers declare f ,f t t', r
s I sir and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster. !spent last Saturday here enjoying the hat the rank and file of the party are

I Mrs. J. C. Larramore. of Macclen- Fair.While 'cr Ktott. "That must mean that !
ny, visiting at the home of her playing with a toy steam en- Judge Raney is the rank and the su-

:, I daughter, Mrs. E. L. Crosby. I e ine with a number of other boys Fri- preme court the file of the party," he Our Mr. J. W. Andrews Sr. has been in the Sit Louis 11
i) j Mr. J. S. Forsyth went to Starke i day: it blew up and Seeber Powell was added amidst an outburst of applause.He 9
} l I and drove home a Ford tort : severely scalded on the leg I
Sunday j thought it that
t ing car purchased of S. A. Bryar. I Murray: Turner, wife and daughter eral of the democratic strange candidates while sev-for market and there he selected a car load of choice ?;Mules I
"' I of Lake ; also :Mr. John Richard and their
Mr. D. W. Pinholster, Butler state offices had been endorsed by the ; i

I I was transacting business in j friend. Mr. Billie Duffett, all came over prohibitionists: none of them were aC- for all purposes. The stock reached barns in Starke. !r''I
our
I Ii Brooker )Ionda). in their auto from Port Orange to visit cused of not being democrats except .

f4 : Rufus Tatum, of Starke, was a weekend our Fair, also to spend a few days Catts. He avowed that masses of negroes i .;
i visitor of John Shaw. with Mrs. S. A. Richard. in different parts of the state Monday, Oct.. 30th. and they are ready for i'nspeQtionaThese '

z I +l Messrs. E. L. Crosby andw L. A. Mrs. II. S. Adkins is visiting her are being prepared to vote for Knott.

'i; Brown were transacting business in sonin-law in Gainesville, Col. J. C. (He did not make this charge with

,.a Starke Mr. D.Monday W. Hazen afternoon.and son, Fred, motored Adkins. reference That was to too Bradford close home county and could negroes.be Mules are strictly high-grade stock, all broken and ready for

y to Starke Saturday morning and . . investigated too easily.)

'attended business there. He referred facetiously to the recount work. You are invited to cal| fnd pok them over.
,, : Miss Edna TilIisspent the week-end 9 LAWTEY. of the votes, "the recount of the ,
I with relatives at Sampson City. recount," and "the recount of the recount r
Messrs. J. L. Shriver and J. M. Shaw 9c9oo9o0090000 of the recount This brought .

s i motored to Lake Butler Friday afternoon Mr. L. H. Hill was transacting bus- down the house and it was plain to see J. W. ANDREWS & SON

s ; and attended the county Fair. iness in Starke Wednesday.Mrs. that a majority of those 'present did I
Mr. H. S. Warren and little son, : Janie Hunt, of Bryceville is not believe in a recount.

Myers,'returned Saturday from Dunn spending this week at the homes of He told how pharisaicali! democratic STARKE, FLORIDA

N. C., where they attended the funeral her brothers, R. H. and Neil Davis, in newspapers belittled the avalanche of I : '

f of Mr. Warren's brother. and near Lawtey. Catts enthusiasm that is sweeping the
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