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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 10, 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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I VOLUME 38. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10,1916 NUMBER 1-

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CFLORIDA GOVERNORSHIP OF CROWDED CAR PLUNGES- INTO OPEN PRESIDENTIAL CONTEST VERY CLOSE--;



BY LARGE PLURALITYEIGHTY BRIDGE, DROWNING PERSONS WILSON LEADS BY SMALL MAJORITY -

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PER CENT OF VOTE NOW REPORTED GIVES HIM A <0000000000000000$> o Many Victims Believed to Be FEW HOURS MORE WILL GIVE FINAL RETURNS AND SHOW

LEAD OF MORE THAN SIX THOUSAND. TO THE PEOPLE OF FLORIDA. o Pinned Under Car in 35 Feet THE VICTOR FOR
THE OFFICE.
$. I appreciate the fact that Florida < of Water in Channel.
0 is the "Playground of the <$ -
GOVERNOR-ELECT ISSUES Americas," and I will be happy 3>: MOTORMAN AND CONDUC- PRESIDENT SLIGHTLY
0 and content to continue its up- <$
0 building. I am a broad-minded
TOR
SAVED BY JUMPING
STATEMENT TO FLORIDIANS
0 man and not a fanatic, as has so $ INCREASING HIS LEAD -
0 often been charged in this heated -
0 campaign, and will work to up- FORMER DECLARES ACCIDENT
build and not tear down, what is WAS DUE TO ABSENCE OF WILSON SLIGHTLY IN
I DROPS ALL PRE-ELECTION BOMBAST AND PROCLAIMS 0 THE LEAD, WITH CALIFORNIA AND
destined to be the
greatest state <;> LIGHTS DENOTING THE OPEN
'HIMSELF FOR HARMONY AND FAIR DEAL TO EVERY- 0 inthe Union. MINNESOTA MAIN DECIDING STATES-MINNESOTA
0 You can for that I will v DRAWBRIDGE-MOST OF PASSENGERS -
ONE-NO MIXING OF CHURCH AND STATE AND NO 0 appoint say me WILL PROBABLY GO OVER TO HUGHES-CALIFORNIA
every democratic nominee, WERE EMPLOYES OF ,
BLUE LAWS TO BE FAVORED BY ADMINISTRATION. 0 whether he be for judicial or administrative 3 BIG ELECTRICAL PLANT. IS EXPECTED TO GO TO DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE
0 office, without excep- < ;
> tion, and will work for harmony <> i
JACKSONVILLE, Nov. 9.-Returns from the election in and peace. They will all have my BOSTON, Nov. 7.-The lives of from The result of the presidential election has been hanging i in the
0 co-operation and I shall expect forty to fifty were lost to-. balance since Wednesday morning with first
persons ,
Florida last Tuesday are still incomplete, but enough have been received 0 a report that F:resir -
their co-operation in return. G> night when crowred
a ca dent Wilson
to make sure that Sidney J. Catts has been elected as gov- 0 I am very sorry that the state $' of the Boston elevated street passenger railway was certainly elected and then an equally positive, report -
ernor by a very large plurality. 0 democratic executive committee plunged though an open drawbridge: that Judge Hughes had won. As the forms of the Telegraph

Figures received from various sources, are tabulated, showing 0 did not consider me a good democrat Q into Fort Point Channel, just outside, are being closed a rumor comes by wire from Jacksonville that
0 but if I am permitted I will 3S > the South station terminal. President Wilson has
reports from about 80 per cent of the total vote. These returns < > show itthat I am just as loyal <> Twelve rescued from finally won by a very close margin. This may,

give Sidney J. Catts 31,349V.. V. Knott 24,623. I' a democrat as ever lived. In fact, <> the water persons by fireboats were and tugs. One however, prove to be no better founded than other rumors and it is

The tablulation as made up from the reports received is as <$>> I have always insisted that this man, Thomas J. Gannon;died after being possible that nothing but the final official count in the close states '
was a family row. I have frown- brought to shore. Two bodies will settle the election. Both sides still
<8 are claiming the election
follows > ed
: and would
upon not tolerate a <>
were found with grappling irons, but
and both
Vote for Governor. negro vote coming in to settle a 3S > the recovery of other bodies was delayed sides are already preparing to institute contests in.the i ire
< > democratic fuss. 0 as it was believed, they we courts and ask for recounts in some parts of the country. 1:
County Catts Knott 3 You have honored me by your 0 the which the The latest 4
pinned in car, rested on authentic news regarding the election
Alachua _________________________ 1,066 1,129 <> vote, and whether you be Catholic 0 bottom of the channel, thirty-five feet comes,in an

Baker __ ________________________ 439 92 0 3> or Protestant, gambler or saint, 0 deep. Associated Press dispatch sent out from New York Thursday
rich or poor, you will receive fair 0> morning. It is as follows:
Bay __ __________________________ 396 328 $ and considerate treatment at my 0 Gerald Walsh, motorman of the car y .
I Bradford (majority) _'_____________ 345 <$> hands. 0 I jumped the draw.before He it asserted went over that the the edge acci-of NEW YORK, Nov. 9.If the result of the incomplete returns s

Brevard .. 196 364 <3> I have no enemies to punish, 0 dent was due to the fact that there of Tuesday's balloting are accepted as final in all but five state at
-- ---------------- ------ and the people will find that 0 ry
II 1 Broward __ ______________________ 326 98 policy will be a groad liberal and my 0 was no light on the gates protectingthe noon today the electorial vote would give President Wilson 251 and
Calhoun 0 just one. It would be ridiculous 0 opening. He and George McKeon Mr. Hughes 243.
-- ----------------------- the conductor, who also leaped andso
<$> for to believe that I would 0 The
I Citrus__ __ ______________________ 146 83 anyone force saved his life, were arrested on five doubtful states are: California, 13; Minnesota. ;
even attempt to religious 0
Clay __ __________________________ 329 158 views upon the body politic. 1 0 technical charges of manslaughter.The New Mexico, 3; North Dakota, 5; New Hampshire, 4.

Columbia __ _____________________ 581 307 <> would rather have the people of 0 police conductor were unable was insensible to learn and exactlythe the The sudden switch of New Hampshire from a small Hughes ,t'-

Dade __ _________________________ 1,412 854 0$ the state that to' know at the begin- number of his passengers. plurality to 93 votes for President Wilson was the dramatic change
ning my policy will be 0
DeSoto __ -______-:________________ 1,019 431 broad, philanthropic, and for the 0 Returning From Work in the situation this forenoon. It came in an announcement from

Duval __ ________________________ 2,836 3,495 & best interest of all concerned, 0 :Most of the passengers were em- the Secretary of State that a partial official count of all the'districts -
0< and that no sumptuary or blue 0 ployes" of the,WesternElectric Com- disclosed in
Escambia __ errors tabulation by town and
-------------------- 1,245 1,365 <> laws of New England will ever 0 pany's factory in South Boston and ward clerks to that
Franklin (majority) ______________ 60 & find'a place in my administration. 0 were returning to their home from extent.. The official count is still progressing. In Minnesota'\and

Gadsden __ ______________________ 481 514 ',$> People of Florida, now that the 0 work. The car was of the closed type New Mexico the incomplete returns show Hughes to have the lead, 'a
$ governorship has been decided by 0 with a narrow door at each end, so while in
Hamilton __ _l____________________ 509 274 c$ you, it is best that we forget all 0 'that escape was impossible except for California and North Dakota, Wilson is l leading.

Hernando __ _____________________ 293 156 0 differences and let the cordial 0 those who happened to be standing on The returns from doubtful Western states are belated and not

Hillsborough __ __________________ 3,301 2,874 ,& spirit of co-operation permeate 0 I,the platform.The expected to be available before late today. .
i> our great state. I shall meet all $ first assistant draw tender,
Holmes __ _______________________ 1,097 298 in the spirit of fairness, and as I , Timothy J. Shea, who was in charge

Jackson ____ _________-. __________ 704 799 <> shall meet you on that basis I <> of the bridge, disputed the statement NEW YORK, Nov. 9.-The election passed into the second.day

Jefferson __ ______________________ 216 212 <> shall expect to have the same 0 of the motorman that there was no of uncertainty with President Wilson and Charles Evans Hughes s
<> treatment. 0 light at the draw. Shea said the usual -
Lafayette __ ____________...._______ 347 198 <8> SIDNEY J. CATTS. red signal lights were on the gates. both anxiously awaiting the count in a few Western states-f-the

Lake __ ____________-___________ 598 472 He was not sure, he said,'whether the pivotal ones being California with 13 electoral votes and Mimieso-

Lee __ __________________________ 405 165 0000000000000000 arc lamp on the bridge was lighted. ta with 12, New Mexico with 3 and North Dakota with 5. It

Leon __ _________________________ 361 612 Took Usual PrecautionsThe Although still so close that the result could not be regardej as

Levy __ _________________________ 217 40 FALL TERM OF signal about draw tendeV 5:25 p.said m. from he received the tow-a assured indicative over-night returns seemed to dispose of -previously -

Liberty __ _______________________ 248 134 boat William G. Williams, which was doubtful states by placing West Virginia's eight votes in

Madison __ _____________________, going upstream with a lighter in tow." the Hughes column and giving the four votes of Idaho and seven
I CIRCUIT COURT "I was in the controlling house, from
Manatee __ ______________________ 752 407 said Shea, "and I took all the usual Washington to President Wilson.

Marion __ ________________________ 794 959 precautions. There were red lights on An eleventh hour development in the situation came in this

Monroe __ _______________________ 357 157 NOW1NSESSION the gate. I opened the draw and the morning from Concord, N. H., where Secretary of State Bean $tat-
tugboat started to come through. Sud- :
ed that
Nassau (majority) _______________ 269 denly my attention was attracted by a with the New Hampshire returns complete, but only part-

', Okaloosa __ ______________________ 360 269 crash and screams. As I looked around ly verified officially, Wilson led by 93 votes. Verification of:: the
MANY the car went right through the gate of New Hampshire returns was still in
Orange ______ 609 868 IMPORTANT CIVIL progress. .
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the draw and plunged into the channeL -
Osceola.__ ____________________... 467 166 CASES WERE DISPOSED OF ) Only the rear trucks remained The Hughes column thus became 243 and the Wilson total 255 .

Palm Beach ______________________ 397 508 on the rail, the body of the car break- with 266 necessary to elect.

.v Pasco __ ________________________ 346 203 Grand Jury Ended Work Wednesday' ing away under from these the water.trucks" and disappearing After so disposing of these previously doubtful states, from

.i Pinellas __ _______________________ 1,084 756 Afternoon-Trial of Criminal Forty-four bodies have been recov- which the returns are still incomplete, the situation appeared to be

Polk ____ _______-________________ 884 492 Cases Began Thursday.The ered by divers and by the police. All as follows:

Putnam __ __________-____________ 582 577 were those of men. The car carried President Wilson can win with either California or Minnesota,
fall term of the circuit court about sixty people, a few of whom escaped but in
Santa Rosa _______-______________ 230 480 for Bradford county convened in by jumping. Nearly fifty per- addition must get either North Dakota or New Mexico.

Seminole -.___ __.-.________________ 228 173 Starke Monday morning, November6th ished. Mr. Hughes to win must have both California and Minnesota,

St. Johns ________________________ 658 800 with Judge J. T. Wills presidingand Mayor Curley ordered an investigation. -I or either and in addition both North Dakota and New Mexico.

St. Lucie ___________'______________ 508 415 prosecutor.State Attorney A. V. Long _as. In California President Wilson has a lead of'nearly 5,000 with ,

Sumter __ _______________________ 337 349 The juries for trying the cases were LIVELY WEEK FOR STARKE one-tenth of the state's precincts missing. Of the 570 missing, 143

Suwannee __ _____________________ 773 566 composed of the following well-known are in the Republican stronghold and the others are in Northern

Taylor __ ________________________ 337 250 citizens. Several Events Tended to Draw The districts, where the President's vote has been heavy.

Volusia __ _______________________ 730 513 H. Lowerv.Grand S. JurorsJ. D. Dukes. R. M. i Crowds From Far and Near. Both party managers claim the state.

Wakulla __ ______________________ 349 86 Alvarez, Jr., C.: M. Andrews; Frank Minnesota Race Dramatic
The week has been
present a
Walton __ _______________________ 690 221 A.Chancey 0. Andreu, Edgar, W.Clarke H. Norman, T. M. Hagan, Jesse, lively one for Starke. Not only was very it In Minnesota the most dramatic race of all was being run hour

Washington __ ___________________ 704 234 Cason, Sam Summers, 0. F. Dyal, S. the time for the fall term of the cir by hour. During yesterday President Wilson's lead of 10,000 slow- I
the
cuit court, but Monday was day
L. Griffis, John H. Williams, G. W. for the regular meeting of the county ly melted down before the Hughes vote from the rural district until

.p.,,. Totals ______________-__________ 31,349 24,623 John Harden D., S. G. Pearce, G. B. Colson, boards, and Tuesday the election was it was wiped out. Then the Wilson votes began coming i its again

:i':-: Smith.Petit Jurors held, and as it was one of unusual interest -only to be offset by a Hughes burst, and so the contest seesawedall
almost every qualified voter of
Congressmen and Other State OfficersSo Arch Proctor, Henry Redding, C. M. the district came here to cast his ballot night, with first one ahead and then the other. Early this'morning -

much interest Andrews, L. A. Wynn, J. F. Summers, and these events drew large with about 500 precincts unreported, Hughes was ahea* with
has been manifested in the
governorship L. G. Sibley Jesse Cason, J. E. Gay, crowds of people to Starke.As less than 1,000|
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contest that tabulations for other offices have been overlooked, but, D. C. Hood, Charles H. Register, A. A. the farmers have been unusually
it is known that all democratic nominees with the exception of Mr. Willis, J. C. Barry, D. B.' Browning, prosperous this season, buying goods Mr. Wilson has a lead of over a thousand votes on the;latest
Knott E. L. Ware, 0. W. Dyal, A. A. Mc- for the winter was in order,and manyof returns from North Dakota, with nearly 200 districts unreported.
have been elected. Congressman Frank Clark of the sec Donald.
the farmers brought their families Both party leaders claimed the election.
ond district was the only other democratic candidate who had ac- Special Venire with them so that they could select f
tive opposition. He has been re-elected by a large majority. The J. E. Owsley, A. H. Green, J. F. what was needed. Many debts were With the count half in from New Mexico Mr. Hughes had a
threatened Hall, 0. F. Ritch, S. C. Croft, Jr., F. also liquidated, and our business men margin of less than 300 votes over President Wilson The returns
R. F. of the
opposition to Judge Taylor court
,
supreme W. Burnsed, W E. Wainwright, 0. P. have had a prosperous week. from far outlying districts are expected to in
seems not to have gained much force. Hale, R. A. Newsom. The common use of automobiles has come slowly today.
The grand jury was not discharged enabled those interested in the court Washington for Wilson
The Result in Bradford County before Wednesday afternoon, and the 'cases to go home at night and return The latest returns from :
trial again the next morning, while under Washington early today apparently:
. of the criminal cases did not be-
In Bradford county Catts carried 8 out of.12 voting precinctreceiving ., gin before Thursday morning, and an the old order of things a man living carried that state into the democratic column. President Wilson rI

.vote of almost two to one in the county. Frank Clark, account of the outcome %f these trials far away from town had to go homes had a lead of over 9,000'votes on the latest figures with about 500
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democratic nominee for congress,'carried the county by a sweeping ; will appear in our next issue. soon as he could, and they stay districts missing. .'' "' .. .
The following civil cases were disposed home. :f ,
majority. over Francis ?. Coffin, prohibitionist, and Gober, re- of: The best order has prevailed duringthe Idaho was taken from the doubtful column" at'f'an early hour
week. Even on election day no
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* i it :r. BANKS HOLDING PECAN BEFORE TREES SHOULD LEAVES BE FALL.PRUNED @@@@@@@@@@@@@@ @ :


4 : A PROPHECY i @ @,

;! Pruning is one of the most effective PRINTING'Neatly
: ? i iI MOST MONEY means of controlling pecan diseases. @ JOB @ .

a I Dead wood harbors both insect and

(Dedicated to the Civic Club by Hattie R. Halligan) fungus diseases and it should not be @ @:
I ; : ENTIREHISTORYFOURTEEN left in the trees. Julius Matz, of the I
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l v plant pathology department, University 4f&cJE @ :
I Ii of Florida Experiment Station, :

:';i \ f 1 beg, I plead, I coax, I entreat There are no loafers on the streetsAs recommends pruning before the leaves @ @; :
I'(!' :' "Please cut the weeds and clean the once there were in years ago, BILLION RESOUR- fall. This will enable the grower t) ,
y,f'' streets," But hustling men and women, too, detect dead or diseased portions which @ 7L1 and Artistically @

.\'i; 'Till weary, worn and sad, I creep Have all the business they can do, CES IS PRESENT STANDINGEffect night be easily overlooked after the i
@ TI \ a Done--Give Us Trial
. : : Off all alone and fall asleep For people come from all aroundTo leaves have shed. a @

And like Van Winkle I repose such an enterprising town. of Act in Decentralizing and Dieback is one of the most trouble- @ -
some pecan diseases. It is charac- A&S
While others marching fight the foe of Funds Clearly
,I' of Progress, Peace and Liberty And now I join the busy throng Distributing terized by the dying of twigs backward
I I That lead us to prosperity. And listen as they march along, Shown by the Condition. from the tip. Young twigs are marked ; @ crL @
'I, 0 To current topics of the day, with dark brown areas. Around the -i

I .; :, Ten years I slept, then came a jar, And many things I hear them say. WASHINGTON-Nov. 3.Reportsof bases of the twig the bark sometimes @ @ ;.
I trolley car! The stores all close at six o'clock, looks waxy or watersoaked. The barkof !
I woke and saw a 1I1raMurb !
t @ Ummtg It'rlrgrap11
I i;i Up Walnut street it smoothly glides, On Saturdays at nine. national banks' condition on Sep- older limbs may be dry and sunken @ f'

I'acards! all hanging on its sides So weary clerks and merchants, too, tember 12, the comptroller of the cur- and the spots are dark. The tree of- @

i I Proclaim ball at the park May have a little time. rency announced today, show total resources ten attempts to overcome the diseaseby @ 1
: game
a

i ';i I Between evened big wide Jacksonville my eyes and and read Starke.: No more cigarettes are sold 000,600 greater of $12,411,000,000 than ever before, or in$216 the rosette.putting out shoots which resemble @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@

l t I :: "To Kingsley Lake" another said. To those of tender age; nation's history. This was an increaseof Th* dead or diseased parts shouldbe .. !!

'I; I t_ Blind tigers, too, are put to rout $485,000,000 over June 30 last and pruned well back into the healthy .,

I \1 From sleepy stupor I arise And sulk away in rage. $2,144,000,000 over September 2, 1915. wocd. Where large branches are cut i r ,

: And gaze around in glad surpriseFor The rising youth, awake today, The previous high water mark was on ort the wounds should be painted with I &. ,
: Y. M. C. A. some substance such as bordeaux ..
: lo! the beauty that I see Have built a fine ', May last. pasteor
I ; Is past belief-it cannot be! Total deposits amounted to $11,362- crafting wax, paraffin or some other "
I I i And bonded funds I hear them tell, substance that will prevent evapora- '
i The streets are paved, the sidewalks, $227,000,000 greater than i.
I Are building roads o'er all the state; 000,000, or tion and re-infection. This will facili-
) i too, -- hill and dell, ever before. The increase was $ 85- tate healing. All cuts should be
I and through and On either side, through made
Are smooth even
,r'l I through'I Are oaks and palms, both tall and 000,000 over June 30 and $2,133,000- close to the main branch so that no Negotiable Securities

i'I I ., 1 No roots protrude; along the way straight. 000 over September 2, 1915. cities stubs will be left. Stubs usually die
i in central reserve bank -
Deposits back
and offer for
re-in-
I I ,' > ''t t .: To make you falter, dodge and sway. Compulsory education, too from May 1st to September 12, fection. All pruned opportunity parts should be 1 :. ..f

( I' t Between the walk and street a park- With teachers up to date and paid, showed a reduction of $218,000,000. burned immediately to destroy both t. ,

!!: l ," Ah! surely this cannot. be Starke. And text books free, all through andthrough while increase in other of reserve$151,000,000 cities and there in was the fungi and insects.COW'ART'S Small investors especially do not know at hat }I

I The flowers the is green an t
I are gay grass
ii;i No cows upon the streets are seen. II For every child in every grade. country bank" an increase of $294,000-"is ,; WOODEN LEG. moment they may be called upon to turn their "
000. "This, says the comptroller, .

i i ; I 'i And now, with light, ecstatic bound And now I halt in dumb surprise, indicative of the healthy, progressiveeffect Fred Chase the-blacksmith securities into ready cash to tide them over some
of the federal reserve act in de- at the
,II It I hasten out to view the town. As here before my vision rise
I ; and distributing the mon- northern end of Cherry street, is a oj.
Such splendid buildings, all designedBy l centralizing
I ; i! Along the street car track I go business or family emergency.
It II Northward toward the old depot. architects who had in mind ey of the country." handy man, and on that account is con- ,.
i : Both beauty and simplicity, Loans and discounts were $7,859- stantly besieged with jobs out of his
,I !tt The old depot? What's this I see? line. I
': That looms up here so splendidly? Combined in perfect harmony.A 000,000, the largest amount ever re watch,Sometimes of the it is the of repair of a The Time Deposits issued by the Bank of Stoke i

., ..I.Iii I stand transfixed with admiration fine hotel, library, too, ported. pulling a tooth for I =i -'
'I .. All furbished and strictly new. some colored man, or the mending of a their full face value a
I., + ,I ; At the really 'marvelous transformation up i violin. All his protests that he knows are always negotiable at .
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Gold Exports Continue.
;
II. ; nothing about such work are in vain, I -1
But here is the best
one among Outstandng *
A splendid building with a tower, WASHINGTON, Nov. 3.- -
he "
so has to make a stagger at it, and I
I \ A clock from which to read the hour, Which seems to beckon me to rest; features of the October business he Further information furnished upon request.

I I f r And trees and flowers and walks in- Its entrance broad makes its appeal, and financial situation, cited by the he always seized succeeds.,with But the other day I 'i;
was righteous
dismay,
And going in I'm made to feel
bulletin
federal
. stead reserve today, were when p
J. B.
which tread. The atmosphere of "Home, Sweet continuation of and of Cowart came and requested
: : Of cinders upon to heavy exports him make
to a wodoen leg for his son,
Home, the net inward gold shipments, extended Ruric Cowart. i
] 7 I ; I enter now the spacious doors Where all are welcome who will come. domestic trade activity, rising pri- Ruric had BankofStarkeiStarke
< I been a "bronco buster"
S i j And tread on real mosaic floors. A quiet charm pervades the place, ces, easy money rates and full employ-
ranch in
on a Montana, and a fractious
I I i I The seats are broad and easy, too, And calm content on every face ment of labor. Heavy balances due horse he
was trying to break, threw
i For those who wait till trains are due. Reveals what words cannot express, from Europe, it is stated, have given him and

t I, I And water iced, a cooling draught A heart brimful of happiness.The rise to demands for new financing a which broke kicked in two him places.on the A right"black-leg, :-: Florida ;

I As goods as lips have ever quatfed. feature of which, of especial concernto smith" ,
of a failed to the
surgeon set
folks from all around
Country the federal reserve system, is the
; bones, and the leg had to be amputated -
Assemble here with those in town
t From this I turn reluctantly, extensive credits arranged, or to be above the knee
And walk along the track to see And plan and work together, too, arranged on behalf of industrial and home and Runic returned
I As Christian people ought to do walking on crutches. He wan- .
What other transformations ; commercial borrowers in Europe.
wait ted a wooden leg so that he could do ..
I No thought of caste social plane- "
A credit to our town and or The often predicted slackening or
I some work. Mr. Chase protested that ,
;. \ No deeds performed for selfish gain. reversal of the gold movement in this he had i
, never closely examined a wooden -
No disappointmentwaits me here- country has shown no indication of
1 I I had not dared to hope for this; Ah! this is that for which we planned, developing to the present date, the bulletin leg"Tut and did not" know how to make 1
one. tut, said the elder Cow- .
for which we worked, for which we
n : No vacant lots with rubbish strewed- states. The official statistics show art "take
; measurements and
your
, i No sign of other things remiss, prayed; that to the middle of October the net work. Here's goo k
I' a chunk of blackgumfor
,. ;? No unkept fences, barns or sheds The culmination of our dreams- inward movement of gold since Jan- the
i Our heart's desire to render aid.I holster part and a stick of
.
But lawns and flower beds.
gardens, was approximately $294,000,000
uary
hickory for the lower portion I reckon A. D. ANDREWS i
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i. r Such scenes would gladden any heart,; against $2@OOOOOOO for the corres- you can scare il
, To feel that he had been a part do not need to read the sign pond period in 1915. Mr. Chase hollowed up. out the 1 .

t In beautifying one Small spot- No information ask, "The only symptom of a change in black pieceof
to fit the
p The back yard of a city lot. To recognize the Woman's Club the international position of the United gum stump of theleg Mercantile Company \
t then joined on a stick of hickory
And her tremendous task States the bulletin
as respects gold, -
that no bronc in Montana .
I I could break.A
, : I toward the business section go, Achieved through sacrifice and pains, adds, "is found in an increase in stout iron ferrule reinforced the end
I I fJ
t I Anticipation all aglow, She labors still nor yet complains. the gross exportation of the metal ;Df the stick.

t And in the distant view I see t t from the beginning of the year to the When Cowart "tried on" the

: A fountain playing merrily. Familiar faces oft I see middle of October, bringing the total leg and strapped young it to his body, he pronounced New Goods Coming In Daily

: I ; But no one recognizes me. outflow to about $95,000,000 against it as "hunky dory," threw his

, I I Unsightly bill boards, where are they? Alas! for those who sleep, $13,000,000" for the same period in rutches on the floor, kicked them

; \ Not one I've seen along the way, For those who do not do their share, 1915. I around with his wooden leg, and d; Just Received j : ;

i i [ And latticed fences greenly vined Increasing thus the load many other stunts. The rear portion J
: r I Conceal the places in behind Some weary other one must bear. SHERMAN WAS RIGHT.As Df the holster holding the stump had

{: The stores, where once the eye could 0! soul of mine that slept, I been shaped like a "roll cantle" and Comfort Blankets, large line of Ladies

<1 seeThe I 0! that the past I could recall the deadly battle rages, and as can I be used as a seat. The job was a and Misses Coats Ladies Raincoats i

,t rubbish piled promiscuously. I And better live it through men by thousands fall, I success, but Mr. Chase is not anxious ;

i 1 v "1. ;.*..,- '"""""' And quell discocragements and all! Prey to gas and poison, bomb and J for any more of the kind. Ladies and Misses Ready-to-wear Felt H

4 1 stand upon the corner now Starke, Florida.Jf" sword and Krupp,
As people hurry to and fro; November. 1, 1916. Comes' another ghastly story of a hor- :STARKE MAN PICKED A BERRYON Hats, Also Ladies fancy Dress Goods t
ror worse than all- '
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OCTOBER 18. and
For they're melting type to shoot each Trimmings. -


AVIATOR feet Carlstrom, aided flying by a good at a wind.A height. of 2,000 .....other.'-'fa--up.: Brown C Son-, of Starke, pioneer Men's and Boys' Pants and Suits% :f
purchasing of that
section
agents ,
expect -
Just such the .
letter from Mayor Thompson of imagine a struggle, as {
to move to Plant City in the near
Chicago, addressed to President Wil- vicious war dog barks,
k ii FLYING RECORD son, was placed in the hands of a spe- Soldiers falling, shot with slugs and future. In writing of their plans, the i
F. following information
i cial messenger, who started at once mats and leads; was given concerning -
i conditions Just Received Car-load of J'J
at Starke
crop :
1, II for Long Branch, N. J. A representative Or with systems which are puncturedfull "We noticed the articles about Dover a .
>: "
---- of the New York postoffice met of punctuation marks
Carlstrom at Governor's Island and Or perhaps some linotype and Plant City gathering straw- Dressers Bureaus Tables Rockers Dining r
: : Averaged 112 Miles an Hour- re- newspaper berries. This record isn't standing :
I ceived the of mail heads.
Failed to Make NonStopI I bag brought by air alone, and we presume we could have Chairs, Mattresses, Springs and nice Bed

post.The Picture how crossed the line hand in hand, had it

I II Chicago to New York. descent aviator was General greeted upon his filled with a British keen sentry regret,would be been> a race. Here in Starke a grower steads. 1 ti ]
by Major Leonard
To be shot with "Gott Mr. Moseley, picked a stem of i
strafe
Wood and Augustus Post and Alan R. England"set Klondykes October 18th that had ,
,i on When want Harness Saddles Bridles : t
in Pabst
Hawley of the Aero Club of America. ; you ,
NEW YORK, Nov. 2.-Victor Carl- two ripe berries, two or three turning,

: strom, flying in the New York Times Fancy with how a a whole Turk French would alphabet feel shot, several smaller sizes, together with Buggies, Wagons, Fencing or anything to y. :

t I !; mail-carrying airplane, failed today in HAMMONDSPORT, N. Y., Nov. 3. Or a Bulgar, hit with bold Italic several blooms, all on the same stem, 1
i I I his attempt to fly from Chicago to Victor Carlstrom, who descended here caps. while the plant was producing a further use or wear, come to see us '_

I+ New York without a stop, but broke yesterday in his flight from Chicagoto Then a Russian kill- showing of advance work. Bloomis
suppose major's
+ ,,; the American cross-country non-stop New York also scattered over his patch and
in a New York Times by German shaded face Good whole-grain Rice 5c E
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record when he flew from Chicago to mail carrying airplane, resumed his What ; if: no frost comes he will some furnish
sad and cruel death
a 'twould be '
I, Erie, Pa., a distance of 480 miles, in with few for Thanks- "
flight someone a quarts
at 6:35 He
m. today. passed
a. to die,
257 Vi minutes. Carlstrom also broke Elmira at 6:57 o'clock, Waverly at 7:03 If an Austrian is slaughtered by old giving. They will be Klondykes." As No. 8 Stoves, each $ /:0.00 i 1c 1

i the speed record for distance flying, Oswego at 7:14 and Binghamton at English lower to potatoes, Messrs. Brown write: '
case,
i his average time being about 112 miles 7:25. Or "But talk about sweet potatoes! Every 41J
Serbian
a blown with
up TurkishPi I
; hour. 'i#
I an day crowds the old Seaboard tothe
i ; I A defective joint in the gasoline feed limit and the crop has not startedto We Salt Flour, Lard and all kinds of Groceries f i
I NEWS carry ,
\ connection forced the aviator to de- AGENTS FINED FOR SELLING come.-Plant City Courier.
scend at Erie for repairs and a fresh PAPERS WITH LIQUOR ADS Bomblets filled with quads and space- and Staple Goods f'

.,[ : supply. After resuming flight he found bands; it's an awful thing to PASTOR RUSSELL DEAD.

: it impossible to reach New York before And it's pen sinful, We pay the highest market prices for Cotton, Eggs, I rand
distribution, to be -
J night and came down at Ham- JACKSON, Miss., Nov. 7.-Earl sure;
I I mondsport, thus adding 155 miles to Williams and John Martz, news agents Through a "typographical error" one CANADIAN, Tex., Oct. 31.-Chas. all Country Produce 21'

i;! his days' flight, making a total of were fined $50 each in police court here might kill his countrymen- Taze Russell, an independent minister, al
i! about 635 miles. He expects to com- for selling copies of a Chicago news- Such is what, the soldiers daily must who was widely known as "Pastor Come and see us before you buy your winter 1 r'

paper containing a liquor advertise endure. Russell," died aboard an Atchison, Topeka -
plete hid journey tomorow morning.
Carlstrom started from Chicago at ment. Fines were remitted on the and Santa Fe train at Pampa, Supplies, we will make the prices: right '0

f 7:09 a. m. Eastern time. promise of the agents that in the fu- And imagine then, the Printer, when Tex., near here late today. His death
"' ture they would delete such advertise- the battle-cry has ceased, was attributed to heart failure. Pastor -

) : ments before offering the papers for Not a pound of slugs there'll be to Russell was president of the Inter-
NEW YORK, Nov. .-Victor Carl- sale. buy or sell, national Bible Students' Associationof

., strom who left Chicago yesterday for So hell have to fill his cases picking London and the Watch Tower Bible A. ANDREWS

New York in a New York Times mail- sorts from the deceased..... and Tract Society of Pennsylvania, and

carrying airplane, descended on Gov Whenever You Need a General Took Yes, sir, war's what Sherman said itwas"it's an author of studies on the scriptures.He .
; ernor's Island today, ending his flight Take drove'sThe hell!" was born in Pittsburg February Mercantile Company d

I at 8:55 a. m. His journey was inter- Old Standard Grove's Tasteless -Earl H. Emmons in The Linotype 16, 1852.
rupted by stops yesterday at Erie, Pa., dW1 Tonic U equally valuable as a Bulletin. h
General Tonic because it contains the
I and Hammondsport, N. Y. wen knows tonic properties of QUININE UN QaWM TM DOM Hot Afhct Tta teal RAIFORD, :: FLORIDA

i The flight from Hammondsport, rod IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives Became of 1U tonic and Uxmtive erect LAXATIVE t
II better thin
where the aviator resumed his trip at out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Read the Bradford County Tele- Quinine BROMO tad don QUININE not ciui oervonines ordinary ncrncFDi .t

j 6:35 a. m. today, was without incident, Builds up the XV hole System rc ants graph-the home paper. in head Remember the full name and U
took for the signature of :to W. GROVE. ZSo
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. : PAGE THREB



The deposed collector was arrested TEN THOUSAND NEGROES I that section :
and killing the?Ifarmers'
!
this afternoon and was admitted to RAILROADS AND
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. bail in the sum of $3,000, which was HAVE LEFT THIS STATE I stock, a carefulwatch is being; made
for it and no doubt but that Mr. Bruin
"' ''
-- -- -I'V furnished. I
:-1 i has has days Cumbered.Macclenny
SHIPPERS GIVE WASHINGTON.-More than ten Standard.
News"irnwiiwnaJiJiTi'fcriifftTfnCTii'Wiim : AIRMEN'S SENSATIONS IN BAT .
Live State thousand men, mostly negroes, are
TLE. said to have gone from Florida alonet .

L ir5imT W'b&'"" othe northern points, particularly In-

Told by Our Exchanges.PLANT "The most striking thing to me SHORTAGEFACTS diana, Ohio and Illinois, to take em-
ployment offered them during the past
about being under gun fire in an aero-
Ii. plane is the unreality of it," said a two or three months, so the Depart-

CITY.-One farmer from KISSI D1EE-A negro church is British aviator who has been flyingin SEEK SOLUTION OF TRAFFIC ment of Commerce has been informed.
erected in the settlementin Other states, including the Carolinas
Alafia section comes to this city being negro Flanders since the outbreak of the ,
the North Kissimmee in which size, architecture Virginia and Alabama have contributed -
regularly with anywhere from 25 to war. "The roar of your own engine SITUATION IN LOUISVILLE
He informed capacity, cost and general to the exodus. All such movementsare
hampers of cucumbers. drowns the sound on the'guns on earth
50 that he had raised both a fall crop attractiveness will combine to make it and even the detonations of the shells Thousands being investigated by the depart-
this rank second in importance among this of Complaints on File Be- ment. Many parties haVe gone by
spring crop of cucumbers on which do not burst very close at hand
and same land for six consecutive years. city's houses of worship. are rarely heard. Shrapnel bullets fly fore Interstate Commerce Com- special train, many through Louisvilleand

in a broad cone straight aheadthatis mission Representatives. officials are now inclined to believe

new boardof TAMPA.-Orange and grapefruit in the same direction as that in that the election has little to do with

ST. PETERSBURG.-The was issued yes growers have been warned by the department which the shell itself is moving-so the migration, believing that the unprecedented -

trade official The book guide contains about 80 of agriculture that the ship- that practically the only shell that ever LOUISVILLE, Ky., Nov. 4.-Solu- demand for railroad laboris
terday. in interstate of fruit does! harm to is the tion of bringing the most of these men to
and is what the title indicates, ment commerce any you one difficulties declared due to a the North.
pages sweated either before or during ship- which burst directly beneath ma-
guide to persons arriving in the city.It your shortage of freight cars on many rail-
a great deal of informa- ment is a violation of the pure food chine, and which, therefore, you do not
contains a The little roads is sought at a hearing here to- PEANUTS BRING $70.00 PER TON.MONTGOMERY .
such as data on city affairs and laws. Sweating turns green, unripe see explode. puff balls of 'No t tI
tion -
interesting places about the city. fruit yellow and makes it appear ripe. smoke which blossom out around you day presided over by C. C. McChord, -

Twenty-five thousand copies of the are perfectly harmless. At the worsta member of the interstate commerce Nov. 6. The '
few of their bullets shower I ISaid
book are printed for free distribution. LEESBURG.-Red Wing II will be I back spent sometimes may commission. The hearing will be con- shortage of cotton seed which, it is
on you, so gently
the name of a speedy craft, the keel tinued tomorrow. claimed, is necessarily attendant upon
that can see, and even reach "
JACKSOVILLE.-This city is fast of which was laid at the Florida Lakes hand you and catch them. A shell burst-a Complaints, numbering in the thou- the short crop, has caused oil mills to Calumet t'!' .

becoming a shipbuilding center, as is Boat Building Company's works in this ing even immediately over is not sands, it is said, have reached the com- take increased interest in peanuts and

evidenced by the large amount of work city last week. J. E. Sheldon, or "Jack" dangerous in itself, but rather you omi- mission from shippers protesting soy beans, which are being largely used .
under way. When the several con- Sheldon, as he is known among the against their inability to get cars. for the same purpose as cotton seed.A .
now nous as indicating the fact that the
tracts are completed there will be four speed boat men of the northern watersis "Archies"' have well ranged. The Many shippers as well as represen- local oil mill is offering $70 a ton .;

steel; hull steamers, one steel hull lighthouse I the man who designed and superin- back kick from the you shell casing might tatives from Southern, Eastern and for peanuts and $1.25 a bushel for soy ? ,
tender, two schooners of 1,200 tended the building of the original Red Western railroads were in Louisvilleto beans. This same concern is paying wC
stun you if it hits you on the head, but
net tonnage, two schooners of 650 net Wing which went alone on a secret po- the chance of that is almost negligible. appear at the hearing. $60 a ton for cottonseed brought to its
tonnage, and five sea-going barges litical mission to the Bahama Islands, Commissioner McChord is seeking information mill on farmers' wagons and $62.50 "I want what I ask for- -
1- the original with on phase of the han- for seed in carload lots.
of 250,000 feet lumber-carrying capac- and he is duplicating "Ordinary heavy artillery is rarely every I know waat it wouljmean
.
ity. only one change. The gun plate car- used against air craft, but occasionallyone's ling of rolling stock by the railroads It is stated that considerable inter- to go hone withouf
ried by the original for mounting its work takes him into air including the procedure followed in est has been taken by farmers in the it. Mother won't take;

CITE The Hopewell rapid firer, will not be included in this in which of an zone the repairing of cars. Questions out- production of peanuts on a marketablescale chances the's tare cfj
the big shells
PLANT some are
dipping vat, which is be- Red Wing II. traveling. This is one of the most remarkable lining the information sought by the i and that many are being broughtto Calumet sure of light,I j
neighborhood wholesome, bal }
McDonald'splace hearing were sent to railroads in all this city by producers. The price tasty
ing erected on Rev. Walter experiences that can fall to ings -of fositife, uni- :
sections of the in advance. I
will be completed this week and the lot of an airman; in fact, the country quoted on peanuts Monday is from $20 form result?-of purity
KEY WEST.-The street car strike Included in the data is the'
sought to $30 higher than the price earlier in '
themselvesof and Yoa
avail econo l
will try
Weirdest sensations of whole flying lf'
Hopewell people which has been in progress in this city my number of cars on the various rail- the season, and indicates the scarcityof
the privilege of dipping one is th/>u- for the last month came to a close late experience are connected with the occasion roads November 1, the number of for- cottonseed. Less interest has been CALtJMETBaking
of cattle. Hopewell one which I blundered into the
.. sand head of the Saturday afternoon and was a com- on eign cars on each road, what effort has taken in the cultivation of soy beans,
of the most progressive surrounding many plete victory fo rthe striking men and road of a passing 32. been made by each road to have its according to local mill men, althoughit Powder
communities "As doubtless know the Ger-
fine rural natural that conductors. As soon as the result was you cars returned and the results of this would seem that at $1.25 a bushel lay same your
it is quite have used their 17-in. for
i Plant City and the allowed mans guns I
made known company a effort. this should profitableand favorite rand once
of crop prove very
lead in the eradication the intermittent bombardment of Dun-
they should car to be taken from the barn and this Development of opinion as to meas- its cultivation has been urged by and you 11 aever go
the cattle tick from this section. filled with friends of the stri- kirk and other points 15 or :20 miles back to it.> Calumet
was soon ures that might be useful in preventing oil mills as an aid in the solution of
the circuit of the line behind the lines, right down to the is u.elworld'sbest
kers who made of conditions
a recurrence com- the problem brought about by the '
Voters of Duval On Sunday present time. Well, I was at an alti- Bafiilg; Powder -
JACKSONVILLE- cheering and .shouting. plained against also is sought. Statis- shortage of cottonseed. it'i 'noder- .
county will be asked to endorse the issuance morning the regular schedule was begun tude of about 6,000 feet one day, and tics are asked for regarding the num- ate-in price."

of $1,200,000 for bridge and and will continue as usual. The climbing higher at an easy angle, ber of cars scrapped by each road M
to the when one of these big fellows, almostat SOME BEAR HUNT NEAR TAYLOR RcccheJ Highest '
road purposes when they go four men who did not join the strikers during the last 12 months, as well as Awards
polls to cast their ballots in the bond were discharged by the company and the end of its long flight, came the number of new cars ordered within I Fai r.., e.hF

election for the St. Johns river bridge. will be placed in positions by the city plowing along in the opposite direction the same period. The railroads also Last Monday morning Messrs. Geo. ,_. Slqtlp..dc.a.. ,
little
First dark blur .
a appeared
commissioners estimate
'This money, county authorities. are asked if shippers have co-oper-
'l Johns and Arthur Yarborough, while
in the air ahead of
build the and an angle
sufficient to h'
will be ated with them in an effort to relieve
riding skirt of woods
: and about 35 degrees-a little steeper than over a near Tay- 1
Jacksonville .
:11 connecting the situation.
1 bridge lor, discovered where bear had killeda
the at which I climbing a
South Jacksonville and for bridges over CIIIPLEY.-The Washington. county one was
hog only short time before. These
I the above At first it seemed to be a .
}McGirt's creek at Ortega and Trout corn club boys have finished me. I
and the completion work this year. The contest was held coming right at me, and I swerved to West Virginia Hard Hit. gentlemen immediately rounded up a ,
creek at National Panama,Highway in Duval in Chipley Wednesday and according the left in an instinctive effort to CHARLESTON, W. Va., Nov. 4.- crowd of bear hunters, much dogs and
of the
In effort to relieve the car shortage firearms and returned.
an
to Mr. McQuagge, the demonstrationagent dodge the threatened blow. Then a
county. the highest yield was 91 bush- sort of droning hum became audible, situation, five of the important rail- After reaching the scene of combatthe
road companies of West Virginia have dogs were quickly on the trail of
els, and the average yield was 53.6per even above the roar of my engine, and
VERO.-Attention of the foremost This is a fine showing and this sound increased during the two or filed with the state public service cOm- something which ran through swamps,
acre.
scientists of the country has been attracted should encourage other boys to enter three seconds that elapsed before the mission schedules providing for an increase fields and prairies, and after a chaseof ta

to the recent discovery in this the contest next year. Judging by the big missile came even with and sweptby in demurrage charges, effec- some length finally bayed the ani-

:' state,near Vero, where a big drainage I II samples exhibited, the corn is excep- me. It was probably several hun- tive December 1. The advance is from mal under some brush. One gentleman -

,canal is being dug, of human remains tionally good. A good crowd was pres-i dreds yards away, at its nearest, but two days free time and $1 a day thereafter in the crowd seeing something
I of men who lived at the same time as ent and altogether they had a most the distance seemed less."A to the same period of free time rather large and black, took careful

the armadillo, wild horse and many day. The premiums offered few faint stirrings of air beganto and $2 for the first day, $3: for the sec- aim and fired. The bear hunters were

, other now extinct species. State Geologist enjoyable awarded to the winners in the rock my machine even before the ond, $4 for the third and $5 for each soon gathered around the animal which l'SlIf3'

Sellards has invited a numberof contest were but lack of space precludes shell went by, but the full force of the succeeding. Officials of the road con- proved to be-one great big black hog, q
the leading scientists of the United their names this week. 'air wash' was not felt for a fraction cerned declare that such an arrange- a mate to the one the real bear had

States to view the discovery that man giving I of a second later. Then an almost solid ment would result in the release of a killed.It .

lived in Florida during the remote per- I wall of air nearly threw me on my greater number of cars daily. is a settled fact that the first

'I iod estimated at from 10,000 to 20,000 T.uIPA.-On last Saturday evening 'beam ends,' and I was really hard put Approximately two thousand more hog was killed by a bear, though up to

years ago. Joe Gattman, who resides at 801 to get the reeling machine back on an cars are going out of West Virginia time of going to press all efforts to Cheap and big canB*king Powders do not %
A Washington street, but at the same '''even keel.' For the next mile or two every week than are being brought in, get the dogs to take the sure enough Calemetdoesit'epure

MIA Automobilists are rustlin; time is conducting a farm about a mile the air was like the water in the wakeof coal operators say. The coal these bear track has failed. However, sinceit and saveyoumoney.far : : tj
superior to tuir milk and soda
right in for their county and state automobile south of Morris Bridge, in the Big Cypress a big side-wheeler-all chopped to cars are carrying is not being sold at is known that Mr. Bruin really is in s

licenses, 910 of them having neighborhood, brought into towna pieceS-and the machine rocked likea prevailing high market rates, the

called at the office of the county tax handsome watermelon weighing over springless lorry going over cobbles. greater part of it having been sold under _

collector since October 1, the date on fifty pounds just to eat so he could The air was disturbed for some sec- contract months ago at prices --j; ;

which the license tax became due. Be get the seed for another planting. It onds after a big roar astern told me ranging from 95 cents to $1.25; a ton.

sides these licenses, which were all for made all who looked at it, "water" at the '42': had come to earth.-Lewis R.

private use, 51 additional have been the mouth just a little bit. This is Freeman in Popular Mechanics Maga IT IS VERY EXPENSIVE TO DIE -

taken out for automobiles used for only an experiment to try out the planof zine. THESE DAYS. 1

hire. Last year there yere 1,700 licenses selling watermelons fresh from the

issued by the county and state vine in Hillsborough in the months of BLA AUTOMOBILE FOR INFANTILE -

for motor vehicles, so it seems that October and November hereafter. Mr. PARALYSIS. NEW YORK, Nov. 2.-The Euro- "The Fordham"Designed
about half of the drivers of cars have Gattman only planted a few hills, all pean war is held responsible for the

attended to this small but important .producing good melons. He stated he -- increased cost of burial supplies and a

(' dollars worth on his way CINCINNATI Ohio. Nov. 6. Automobiles consequent advance announced today
: duty. 111 had sold two cut and tailored
to town of smaller ones, and still had not germs, are to blame for by undertakers for funeral services.
some more on the vines.JACKSONVILLE.Van. the epidemic of infantile paralysis that Owing to the war, it was said, "undertakers' expressly to fit you,by : i
GAINESVILLE. Williamson & hardware" plates and
name
has swept the country, according to
g' Dennis Wednesday made their first the assertion made by Dr. Thomas F. coffin handles-have risen in price Price & Co.
V
If: shipment of live stock to the Inter- C. Swear- Harrington, Deputy Commissioner of from 20 to 30 per cent, due to the fact, Ed.

state Stock' Yards in Jacksonville, ingen, former mayor of Jacksonville, Labor Massachusetts, in an address the supply men claim, that the chemi-

when they forwarded one carload of and Arthus Keep, labor leader, were before the annual convention of the cals used to give the nickel effect is
cattle and one of hogs. This stock arrested and Charles Tyler, Coast Line American Health Association. not now being imported. It is esta- Irs WORTH SOMETHINGto

tame from Trenton, and now that the engineer, was seriously injured as the "Infantile paralysis is due to chem- mated that even the cheapest coffins know that can

question of a market has been settled result of the first disturbance of the ical agents, namely, gases and fumes cost $;) more than formerly. Whole- you

there is no doubt but that the stock, street car strike. Labor leaders an- given off in the atmosphere by the sale dealers in burial supplies have be well dressed at all o

'raising industry will rapidly develop nounced a public meeting downtown, combustion of oil and fluids used in notified undertakers throughout the

; into large proportions throughout this for which Mayor Bowden refused to automobiles," Dr. Harrington declared. city of a general advance in the trade. times at a very reason

:" entire section. To know for a certainty grant permission, instructing the police "Cases of gas and fume poisoningand To offset the advance the undertakersare clothes o
;. that there is a market for surplus department to arrest any who cases of infantile paralysis agreein considering the advisability of en- able cost, if your

: product at paying prices, really spoke or disturbed the peace. Keep every essential."In tering upon a campaign in favor of tailored-toorder by

means that there will be no surplus. sought to speak. and was arrested. infantile paralysis we are deal- cremation. are

Swearingen went to the labor hall ing with a chemical agent, and not a / r

PEXSACOLA. immense grain near where the meeting was to have micro-organism. Infants and old per- UGH! CALOMEL MAKES ED. V PRICE & Co.
t i':: elevator of the Louisville and Nashville been held, and spoke from a third sons are more susceptible to the ma-

; railroad, erected about fifteen story window, criticising the police department lady. Although infantile paralysishas YOU DEATHLY SICK MERCHANT TAILORS >

years ago at a cost of $!50.000, is to and inviting the crowd to the been epidemic for years, its prev-
be demolished. It occupied a portion Lackawana section, where he declared alence in epidemic form dates from Drug CHICAGO
a: of the company's Tarragona street a meeting would be held. When he the introduction and wide use of the Stop Using Dangerous

< pier and the space is desired for track 'ir.d others came down, Swearingenwas automobile." Before It Salivates You! We are now showing
=t and other purposes. Proposals have arrested. lie was released on $:?OO
been the also was released on bail. It's Horrible. Autumn and
fi invited by the company for Vil. Keep 300 LIVES BELIEVED LOST the newest
;a removal of the elevator, the successful -
WHEN STEAMERS COLLIDE fashions
r bidder to be given the material if TAIPA.-The grand jury returned You're bilious, sluggish, constipatedand Winter and

: it is removed promptly. During the 2 true bill of indictment Thursday believe you needle, dangerous fabrics.

: :: recent storm, the elevator, which is r.?aimt Tax Collector John L. Branch, LONDON, Nov 4.-The London and calomel to start your liver and clean
200 feet high suffered materially, Northwestern railway steamship Con- bowels.
who was suspended from office October I' your Have us measure you i
about forty feet of the top being carried 14 by Governor Trammell followingthe nemara, bound from Greenock to Ho- Here's my guarantee! Ask your

away. report of State Auditor M. C. McIntosh lyhead, with passengers, has collided druggist for a 50 cent bottle of Dod- today!

that he was short $83,275.93: in with another vessel, and it is feared son's Liver Tone and take a spoonful '

JACKSO VILLE.-With the re his accounts as tax collector since the the death roll is about 300. tonight. If it doesn't start your liver

r markable high score of 104 out of a year 1914. He maintains his innocenceand The Connemara collided with the and straighten you right up better

iiSJ.ossiMe 105, the Leech cup, one of the has made a trust deed covering his steamship Retriever in the Irish chan- than calomel and without griping or
I for the benefit of his credi- nel last night. Both vessels were sunk. making sick I want to :
"'!I:: most historic and highly valued trophies property you you go
and and his So far as is known there is only one back the store and
1! offered by the National Rifle Association tors, both state county, to get your mon-
W. H. bondsmen as collector. There were survivor from both ships.
i was on Friday won by ,
: Richards of New Haven, Conn., at the six of them, held for $5,000 apiece. It The railway company says it is unable -i ey.Take calomel today and tomorrowyou t ,,
it national rifle tournament on the'Florida -- has developed since this deed was issued to state whether any Americanswere will feel weak and sick and nau- I

,' HI range at state camp. Richards is that Branch had transferred aboard these vessels. They sel- seated. Don't lose a day's work. Takea

l"! a civilian a member of the Quinnipiacclub three valuable pieces of property to dom carry saloon passengers.To spoonful of harmless, vegetable Dod i

club and defeated a field of 332 competitors relatives since the investigation began I son's Liver Tone tonight and wake up I ,

"" just three less than the num- and before his suspension. He is serving I Core a Cold in One Day feeling great. It's perfectly harm-

ber competing for the cup last year. his third term and is the demo- Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It itopi the less, so give it to your children any
Besides the nominee for fourth and insists Cough and Headache and orb off the Cold. time. It can't salivate let '
Leech cup, Richards seI cratic a DranUu refund money if it tails to core so them R. J. ANDREWS Starke Fla.
cures a gold medal and $20 in cash. that his name be left on the ticket. $. W. GROVE'S signature on each boZo 2Sc. eat anything afterwards. ((11--1) ,


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rk' P THE BEGINNING OF THE SILO.It -. wounded. joy reading yotr,: paper .s,
!! f1 I DEUTSCHLAND'S( CARGO VALUED is said that fifty years ago there 6 DEAD; 50 HURT men Including and three the wounded women ,under there are arrest 29-J lost fails all to reach day Sgnday.ine on Saturday I inciOM tfj*:*

here. Forty-one men were taken froma chock today forfL52 to c(*'er the ?;
' I 'J was not a single silo in the United second steamer which failed to reach tage on l#ter. | BO 1
AT TEN MILLION DOLLARS DRUGS States. It is claimed that the old Romans INCLASHOFIJ.W. your '.
'w'q .1 The taken froma
; used to have pit silos, pits in Everett. women were Thanking you for your gaper, T "'J,;;
them remain J'
motor bus which had conveyed to ?
the ground, where they stored green
crops; but a French farmer by the % AND CITIZENS from the northern boundary of Seattle Your friend;*T I
CARGO
AND DYESTUFFS PRINCIPAL name of Goffart was the first to make I where they had disembarked from an : G. C. \}RIGGQt'l) :

I silos as we know them, above the Everett interurban car. It will be rotJced: that .V,r. Drigg

I ground. His silos instead of being tall The fight was the result of a long i sent us a cheek for $1.5?, ,,?ie! IIIIr
i I --- I contest between the I. W. W. and the bill was for only $1.50. This
While no definite announcement of cylinders like ours, were rectangles, BATTLE RESULTS FROM shata
German Submarine Merchantman citizens of Everett over the right to the high sense of honor oif the
I the Deutschland's leaving Bremen on about forty feet long, sixteen: feet
: Ii hold street meetings in that city. as he thought it right than ". <
Berthed second trip was made, reports per- wide and sixteen feet high. EXCURSION OF WORKERSBad
Now Safelv Ia I .
naval militia at for the
and
, National guard pay postage of Jl I
; I sisted during the last few day that she This Frenchman put corn into this I 'PF-
J I London. kind of silo found it Everett and in Seattle are under orders that held the bPI but it is she .; "
American but
,j I at New was again on her way to an necessary to Blood Between Everett Citizens in
port. Several times it was rumored put boards on the silage and weightit today to meet any emergency. our experience that such coition ;
that the Deutschland had either been down with stones in order to press and Organization Takes Head ina Sheriff McRae, who is suffering from I. has been shown us4 The T!.
ij I; ELUDED BLOCKADE BY sunk or captured.A : the silage closely enough together so Pistol Battle. two gunshot wounds in the leg, asserted graph spends yearly frofn $60 to r.I|

return for the Deutschland that it would keep. This French farmer that the first shot was fired by a for postage stamps on dunning lettgj:
; cargo -
i SAILING UNDER WARSHIPS in front of the house of the and this would be
''I j consisting mainly of crude rubber and was so enthusiastic about his silage man pilot sum .saved H a*

surgical supplies valued at more than that he wrote a book about it, tell- SEATTLE, Wash., Nov. 6-Six men steamer Verona. subscribers were of )!:-. Driwetf

I ; Captain Paul Koenig Says His Crafl $500,000 has been ready on the pier of ing what a fine thing it was. His book are dead and fifty are suffering today Eye witnesses asserted that several stamp. .

I. Sailed Less Than 100 Miles Undei the Eastern Forwarding Company for was translated into English and the from bullet wounds as the result of a men jumped into the water drowned from but the -

several weeks. This cargo made up in idea spread. battle yesterday at Everett, Washington boat and that some were DO.NT NEGLECT YOUR COLD
: Surface on the Entire Trip-Cargo small packages, is stowed in a shed A Massachusetts doctor named Bai- thirty miles north of Seattle, be- searchers today were unable to find
Contain in Part Precious builtat made the first silo this tween citizens members the any bodies, and it was believed this -
!! ; Supposed to of corrugated iron 400 by 25 feet, ley in country.It and 250 of
i, ( Stones, Stocks and Bonds- the water's edge on one of the new was square and made of concrete, Industrial Workers of the World who report was incorrect. of Neglected colds get worse, insfcjj
I state piers recently completed and but it was almost impossible to pack attempted to land in that city from Four of the wounded members of better. A stuffed -head a C
Unit ghi
I Rumored That She May Carry leased by the Eastern Forwarding the silage in tightly enough to keep it the steamer Verona, which had carried the citizens' posse are in a critical con- r chest must bo relieved tit once. ft-) {

i 11 States Mail on Her Return Voyage Company for an indefinite period. from spoiling around the corners. them from Seattle. The boat was met dition today. Bell's Pine Tar Honey is nay ,'
berthed About Professor Sheriff Donald McRae of Snoho- ,
The Deutschland is securely twenty years ago by remedy. Honey and
glycerine
I here. The North German-Lloyd steam- King, of Wisconsin, invented the round mish county, who with a posse, for- AN APPRECIATIVE SUBSCRIBER.The ial <
;II NEW LONDON, Conn., Nov. 6.- ship Willehad is made fast to pilingat silo that we have today. Professor bade the men to land. A shot fired the irritated membrane, antisepifc

Ten million dollars worth of dyestuffs 'a distance of about fifty feet from King's experiments showed that the from the Verona, according: to the tar loosens the phlegm, you breathe

II I. I and drugs and, it was said, "possibly" the pier with the stern of the ship silo should be rather narrow and tall, i boat's officers, was followed immedi- following may serve as a sampleof easier and your cold fcs broken a

I.I I. stocks, bonds and precious stones, hard and fast against the New London so that the weight of the green'corn ately by firing from both sides. The letters we not infrequently receivein Pleasant to take, Dr. Bell's Pine To

I f .I comprise the cargo of the German submarine bank on the Thames river, and in sucha would pack down tightly enough to steamer hastened back to Seattle with appreciation of our product, the Honey is an ideal remedy for chiIdr

I.II merchantman Deutschland, position that with the ship on one shut out the air. the dead and wounded. Seattle police Telegraph. It is needless to say that as well as rown-ups. At your d *.

!, :1 according to a statement tonight of the by i iI side, the pier on the other, and the Just why is the silo a good thing? took the dead to the morgue, the such expressions of praise are very gist, 25c. !
commander
I I Capt. Paul Koenig, bank at one end, an open water space Chiefly because it enables us to give wounded to the city hospital and the welcome. \It-

.1' !i craft. after 50 by 385 feet is made, enclosed on cheap pasturage to our stock at any unwounded to the city jail. Lake Butler, Fla., Nov. 3, 1916.
1 : The Deutschland is in this port three sides. season of the year. An acre of land in One member of the Everett citizens Dear Sir and Friend:- Plies C\1re4ln 6 to 14 Days

' i I 1 l having succeeded in making a sec-the To complete the enclosure a floating corn for silage produces from threeto posse, C. 0. Curtiss, formerly second Please pardon me for not payingyou Your druggist will refund tnoaey B ML
t ond voyage from a German port to gate built on pontoons imade five times as much feed as an acre lieutenant in the Washington National in due time. I have not paid any OINTMENT alls to cur an;-nee of Hcb Ir.
f the watchfulness I Blind.Bleedm g or Protruding riles 1a61ot14te
I i American coast, despite French vessels. I fast to a piling set at the bow f the of pasture, and it may be used at a Guard was killed and nineteen others i attention to the time. I certainly en-l The first application gives Euc tad stn.fr "
" of British and Willehad. time of the year when no pasture is
I ff First of the undersea merchantmenby I Guards from the crew of the Wille at hand.-Fruit and Produce Journal. -.

use of which Germany hopes to be had and private detectives keep all i ti
with
1.1, I able to keep open a trade route visitors at-a distance. To prevent the :
l3J ,
I United States, the Deutschland, CROSS FENCES SAVE FEED. r
the
I ; : submarine being reached by water l
::1'' 'n! ii!"""'"'Uuillll'
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is at
,
her captain pres- l1
: according to
from under the pier the piling directly
I : !' ent the only vessel of that fleet. The around the reserved space is heavily The cheapest to harvLr..a
way cropis
: Bremen, which which started she a voyage was named from, wired and the wires electrically con- to turn livestock on the ij Jd. But +. t.l k 0 P. A. puts new joy ; -

; rf'I the city after has been given nected with an alarm gong in the officeof there is a right and wrong way to do \ I Ii *
: on August 26, he said the company. such harvesting. The common ; F P "' '! !qtyu IIC I the
prac- into
I she "had j sportofsmoking ;
: : up as lost. He" thought but he added, "she The building of the pier shed and tice is to give the animals free range I ;!TOBACCO IS PREPAREDFORSMOKERSUNDERTHE l

I ; I struck a mine, this almost the assembling of the cargo that will over the entire field. In big fields

'. I I' has not fallen a victim of to that." Thef' he loaded aboard the Deutschland for where there is plenty of feed they are I PROCESS DISCOVERED IN .

blockade, I am sure indicated her return trip was done in great hur- apt to waste a large percentage of the ,;
have I i'MAKIMfrEXPERIMENTSTO
which reports ;
Amerika, some J '
I l was a merchant submarine ry after the departure of the Deutsch- crop. In corn they soon knock all the -, ?!., PRODUCE THE MOST, DE may live to :
from Baltimore her first return ,j YOU ,
land on stalks down and ear that touches ?
the British, never existed, every I ( iItIGHTFULAND'WHOLEi '
by
captured
I t voyage. A large force of men the ground will rot. Furthermore, 10 and ne'er
asserted."I (( TOBACCO FOR CIG-
; Capt. Koenig SOME
was engaged for the construction work will of and leave
t hogs eat parts ears
this traffic alone feel old
must keep up ETTEANDPtPESMOKERS.PROCESS enough; J t.
continued and 1
Deutschland and the activity day the rest to rot. Velvet beans will be
for the present, that is, the Almost before the roof in I vote but. it's t -
t said. '"In a fortnight night. was trampled into the ground and a great ; PATENTED cpr-
must, he III
place the cargo began to arrive. It will be left. J
I shall be gone. I hope to return before ninny peanuts ; ''ICI i u1Y301 190111 i'' tain-sureyou'll not
I was announced at the time that a sister The remedy for this waste is cross
'I' I: the end of the year. submarsible, the Bremen, was mo- fences. They will save enough feed in ;ft .REYNOLDSTOBACCOCOMMOTIJVINSTONSALEM.KC.U5JL know tho joy ;and .

I, It was possible, the navigator stated mentarily expected and it was presumed a season to pay for themselves. E. S. ;| contentment oC a

: j that other merchant submarines would that the preparations were for this Pace, district agent for the Universityof : i DOES NOT BITE THE TONGUE
I I be built by that time. vessel. Florida Extension Division, I friendly old jimmy :
I suggests o iIIillii; illi, ?> Hi !
I Trip Was Interesting Virtually the Same Crew. that stock be confined to small 0 II s I pipe or a hand rbfled

E In a summary of his voyage, just The first intimation of the near areas so that they will clean up the III
: I approach 1i1
. completed, Capt. Koenig, who returned of the Deutschland came at 12 II feed in a few days. Then the fence I. I \\\ cigarette unless you get on t' ing-terms;

", with decorations from German royally I o'clock when she was picked up by can be moved to include another small \\ \ with Prince Albert tobacco! I

: as marks of recognition for his the searchlight of the government area. \ .'

pioneer voyage, said this was a "quiet dredge Atlantic, which was workingoff Cross fences have other advantages. P.A. comes to you with a real reason for alE the
: trip." Recital of its incidents, hOw- : Eastern Point. The Atlantic sent They enable the farmer to begin pas- H1
II and satisfaction it offers. Itf is by
matters of lively in-I earlier than he could otherwise.If goodness made
ever, developed the news by wireless to the T. A. Scott turing
I terest. I IJ Company, who made arrangements to a part of the field is ready he can ;I ;i l \ a patented process that removes bite.and paich!

J The Deutschland did not lie on the meet the submersible'with the tug J. fence that and allow the rest to ma- \ You can smoke it long and hard without a comeback ,

; I ocean floor this time as in the voyage A. Scott, Jr. On board the tug were ture. If he is short of feed he can '' I Prince Albert has always been sold without
which ended at Baltimore last July. Captain F. Hinsch, of the Eastern For- pasture a small part of a field that is I !
I
I I! The submarine instead varied the monotony warding Company, Dr. E. C. Chipman, not ready and not have the other parts Ii'j l I! l coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality!

of its sailing underwater or on city health officer, Dr. R. F. Black, damaged.One and
I Prince Albert affords the keenest pipe cigarette
I I the surface with occasional dodges beneath health inspector, and Jeremiah Dillon, of the greatest advantages is I
i vessels identified as warships of' connected with the local customs office. that it enables one to clear parts of M I'9 p enjoyment! And that flavor and fragrance and

i I belligerent nationality, or thought to As the tug drew near Captain Koe- his field for fall and winter crops. If E coolness is as good as that sounds. P.A. just .

I, be. Seven times, Capt. Koenig said, nig shouted a welcome and invited the stock are turned into a large field answers the universal demand for tobacco
I j he maneuvered in this way. The last party to come aboard. He said his which will furnish pasture for several
i time was off Nantucket when he crew, four officers and twenty-five men, weeks they will not consume the food without bite, parch or kick-back! t

sighted a "four-funneled steamer" and -were in excellent health. Permis- I from it soon enough to allow prepara- f
Introduction to Prince Albert isn't harder
dived beneath her. sion accordingly was given to proceedto tion for such crops. By confining themtq Print Albert if told ...".",".r. any
"The storms gave us more trouble the dock. All but two of the crew small areas they will clean up several im tooor rid lag i. 5e; tidy ltd than to w alk.into the nearest place I that sells ;

I than this so-called blockade he con- were on the Deutschland on her first plots that can be prepared and fiatf-poand tint, lOc; hand tin .humiJon am. pound-anJ and- tobacco and ask for "a supply of P. A." You pay t

r I tinued. "We were beset by heavy ; trip.The planted."DONTS". that humidor clttfrcryital.flan witH tpongi-moiitintr poaad out a little change, to be sure, but its the c h eerj 1 j
southwest gales for days and they officers of the forwarding com- ttf that mttp tkt tooacto itfltndid .cA i
I fullest investment made !
j reticent the details of condition. you ever
were with us most of the way across. pany were as to FOR NEW HUNTERS I I
also hindered us. We might as the trip. LIVES
: Fog THAT MAY SAVE ;
t well have been submerged the weatherwas Captain Koenig, In an interview this the
: so thick at times." afternoon said that he did not know nationaljoy l

1 !I t I The superstructure of the Deutschland where the other undersea boat, the It is nearly time to hear about the |>RINCE ALBERT lI I

was dented by the blows of the Bremen, was. It sailed September 26 "didnt-know-it-was-loaded" idiot.

".I l sea ,but she suffered no severe damage and had sixty days' supplies on board. The conservation of human life is smoke
her commander said. The captain said there were only two worth while. These "don'ts" are intended f
r I merchant submarines the Deutschlandand especially for the new of
crop
i I, Leaving Bremen on October 1 the the Bremen. youngsters who will go into the woods R.J. Reynold. TobMce Ca,WiMtofrSl,N. C Copyright 1916 by R.J. JUraoU ToUcco Co. 'G
Deutschland had moved only a short
I ; Capt. Koenig said he ran into New and fields for the first time as hunters.
I', distance out of the harbor when she
I 1 I London harbor by the inside passage. They are also intended for those who
with which
came in collision a tug
-
I I While approaching the coast he sawa are careless.
foolish to into us, said
"was so as run .
I Deutschland British patrol boat a long way off Don't take any one's word for it thata -
i Capt. Koenig. The was i
and submerged for a time. gun is not loaded. Always assume !I
forced to return for repairs. The venture
i Asked about his feat of coming into that it is loaded until you have exam- j

t ': and the was engines begun after again being on October started on 10 a strange harbor without a pilot, he ined it for yourself.Don't I THE FLORID TIMESUNIONDAILY '.'"

said it was an easy matter althoughhis point a gun, loaded or unloaded -
that day were not stopped until the
/ chart of the harbor was issued in at any living creature unless you
Deutschland came into the slip prepared I
for her here. 18CO. The captain thought he would wish to kill it. I AND SUNDAY.
I b.egin his return trip within a fort. Don't shoot at anything until first
''tf' "A heavy southwest gale was on Full Associated Press Service
night. you have seen enough of it to enable -Complete State News Service.
i when we went through the North sea. you to identify it.

I crossing between Scotland and the Don't hold a loaded gun while climb- -THE-
Orkney islands in the Fair channel. I May Carry U. S. Mail. ing a fence or jumping across a stream i I
: took the shortest route on the chart PRESIDENTIAL CAiMPAIGN. J
EUROPEAN WAR.
Unload the first.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 6.-Interest gun I
I for New London. here in the arrival of the German mer Don't point firearms at any human STATE ELECTION MEXICAN SITUATION. !

: Went Under Blockaders chant submarine Deutschland at New being or domestic animal. Keep the

"The blockading ships were many London, Conn., on her second voyage, muzzle toward the ground or in the Complete
I s but we passed them or rather went centered largely on negotiations for air. daily record and review of current events, large or small, _

f : under them. The storm followed us establishing a submarine mail service Don't take a loaded firearm into a seven days a week.
i and we were tossed many hours. So between the United States and Ger- house, a vehicle or a oat. '

severe was the storm that at times the many. Don't set firearms down without un- Tu2sda: ''sand
> Thursday's Issue Sunday's Issue
mile hour ;
submarine made only a an The postoffice department let it be loading. ;

*', headway. In all she was delayed three kwnown that it'was prepared to accepta Don't shoot without knowing whatyou Agricultural Features. Magazine and Illustrated Features.
days and fuel was consumed at a rate made
proposal through the German :
are shooting at. I
far in excess of norml. The Deutsch- embassy that the Deutschland and
land was still supplied for nearly thirty sister ships ships which may ply out any of Don't shoot on posted land. Yourhunter's MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES
license does the
not give
I days when she came in. American than you
ports carrynot
f During the trip of 4,500 miles the 300 pounds of first class mail more at the right to hunt on posted land, reservation DAILY AND SUNDAY. TWICE A WEEK. '

Deutschland traveled under water less i iI regular trans-Atlantic rates. It is f parks, or within the city limits.

0 than 100 miles, Capt. Koenig said. hoped that an agreement may be Land owners have a lawful and moral One year .s6.00 One year . . . .$1.00 #

I "They call it a blockade." You can reached in time for the Deutschlandto right property.to say Respect who may rights hunt and on their they Six months . . . .$3.00 Six months . . . .50'
judge how much it blocks. the skipper take her first consignment of mail
t >j.! exclaimed.The 1 when she sails from New London. I will have more regard for you and I Three months . . $1.50 SUNDAY ONLY. i .
your sport and recreation.Kissimmee ..
f t Deutschland brought also a Embassy officials do not disguise Gazette. One month . . . .60 One year MM.. .$1.50
I '' I packet of official mail for the German their interest in the plan. It would I

't tt; ambassador and some private corres provide the first uncensored mail service Give order to local subscription agent or send direct.. r ,
I: pondence. It was said here tonight it from this side of the ocean to Germany His Gueu.

.'l 1' was probable the Deutschland would since the beginning of the war Bill-"What do you rappoM thow '

/I, carry mail under contract with the and would have a material effect upon European soldiers do when they find FLORIDA TIMES-UNION JACKSONVILLE'FLA.''

:,; United States government the return the; exchange of securities between the the trenches filled with water" Jill.
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PACE FIVE

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. Mr. P. M. Barefoot and family, }Ir. visitor to Starke Wednesday.The :

'III. and Mrs. Leroy Osteen and Fred Ha- election passed very quietly on W6k Sfifrte .
1. ; zen motored to Groham last Friday Tuesday, the regular democratic nom-
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afternoon and visited relatives. inees leading in every instance. For ::
ti: County News Items Messrs. L. L. Lamb, U. D. Johns 'governor-Knott, 25; G. W. Allen, 16; and Overalts1 -
and G. W. Lewis were transacting business Catts, 124; C. C. Allen, 4 and Mitchell, -- --
in Starke Monday. I 1. 1-
l A Ii The Masons entertained their families =- ==
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8.f lattrattinj Facts Gathered During the Week by Our and some friends at supper at the 00000o6oo6m0660oes S When you buy work shirts
:S, Regular Correspondents. Masonic Hall last Saturday evening '.

. "..' All present had a most enjoyable tiir.5 LAKE BUTLER. 4 or overalls you want something ii
.
V, Among those who had business in 4
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tl 3 that will stand under hard wand
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r*z>I the county seat Monday were A. A. 0444404044400044The up wear -
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.'.1 1'" . Jacksonville the first of the week visiting and G. W, Hazen, A. B. Surrency, J.M. election passed off quietly although H give satisfaction in fit and ,
.! t tot her daughter, Mrs. A. F. Craw- Shaw, L. A. Brown and G. B. Col- much interest was manifestedas -
0 '1fl. HEILBRONN. to who would be our next gover- BE convenience.H =_
. son.Election f
.. ford.Mr.. D. B. Browning is doing jury day passed of in Brooker nor. Our county officers already nomi- -- :- -- 1
: 004040044600004 duty in Starke this week. without any fights, although there nated only needed the citizens votesto Our work shirts are made up 4
After facing doctors' bills to the Hon. A. D. Andrews, W. S. Grahamand were many heated discussions betweenthe put them in office.
: amount of hundreds of dollars, and L. Sapp attended the opening ses- Catts and Knott men. The ma- The Bradford County Fair Associa- ,,5 in several colors and vary in = ;

:c losing five months of time from his sion of the fall term of court in the jority here were very eager for the tion are so pleased with the atten- I weights and materials fro n the t is '
r'i election of Mr. Catts nominee of the dance and satisfaction of jS ,
i= labors, during which time he has undergone county site Monday. the Fair,
:. much suffering, Mr. Bud Per- Mr. Henry Taylor, of Lake Butler, democratic party. they are filled with enthusiasm and en- '3 light chambray to the heaviest of
t? menter has recovered sufficiently to was visiting in Raiford Tuesday.Mr. ergy, and expect to get out their pam- -
, t, place part of his weight upon the S. B. Roberts and two daughters 00000040000m0000 phlets, giving premiums, etc, by Feb- ,,5 flannels and woolens. They are j jS 55

:. foot pierced by a rusty naid while Misses Maude and Louis of Worthington ruary 1st, so that farmers can plan : manufactured by the best shirt J J'S
;;' helping "at a working" to remove one passed through town Wednesday 0 HAMPTON. m their farms to meet whatever is so- -
44' of the old retort buildings near here. morning enroute to Jacksonville.Mr. 0 licited in products and stock. makers in America and are i iE ;; i

hi, Bud was on his crutches at the election -, G. C. Sapp sold a valuable pieceof 00000006000040000 Many of our citizens are planning first class in finish and a
lr'' Tuesday, helping to carry out the i property east of town to Mr. Hardy A. C. Jones, of Trilby, is visiting his to attend the Alachua county fair be- .f> =
? people's choice for governor. Crews last week. brother, David Jones, of this place. ginning on November 21st. workmanship. ] J
Hon. D. W. Pinholster, of Lake But- We have new people coming to : ...
Mr.'E. H. Clemons is moving his Mr. T. F. Norman, of Vanderbilt, our &
Ia feedstuffs to Brooker, at which place was in Raiford on business Tuesday.Mr. ler, was here on business for the coun- town every day, hunting houses to No matter what" i ; '
he intends to carry on farming next J. A. Brooks has been appointed ty Wednesday.Mrs. move in. We need a live real estate : your
i; .. year. S as'a trustee of the Raiford school in 0. K. Prince, who has spent agent who will build houses to rent work may be you will? find | E
I>z : Messrs. Elijah, H. D., and Max Car- place of E. N. Folsom, who recently several weeks with friends and rela- and to sell, like they do in all townsof "'
I
if f ; ter, and Mr. and Mrs. B. Butler, of moved away from Raiford. tives here, has returned to her homeat any size. r our line of jackets and overalls -

e. Maxville, were visiting relatives here Mrs. Annie Hall and little daughter, Dade City. Mrs. J. E. Harper has returned from }' suited to demands. >
1r. unday. Virgie, of Lake Butler, spent the week Rev. B. L. Adams and family left spending a few days with her hus- your I :
if j ,-\ Relatives and friends of Mr. Morris end in Raiford, the guests of Mrs. L. Wednesday for Grove Park, where band in Gainesville.Miss They are made up with | -=
" 1} Crews were much shocked to heart C. Taylor. they will make their future home.P. Shriver, of Lake City is vis-
,. of his death Tuesday morning. Only Prof. .E. M. Knight spent Saturdayand J. Pearce has bought the fruit iting her friend, Miss Ina Alderman, plenty of pockets, and the ;;

two years ago he held a position ass Sunday with his parents in Brooker. store and cold drink stand from Bro. this week. I material is not skin ped in
; i clerk in the G. W. Wainwright's mercantile Adams and will continue the businessat Mrs. G. A. Epperson, Miss Irene the iI a
:t ; establishment here, during Mr. J. A. Brooks took Mrs. 0. M. the same place. Edwards and Mr. Donald Edwards visited cutting. =
I which time he made many good and Alvarez and Mr. and Mrs. Riley Nor- The regular monthly services will friends in Lake City from Satur- .
;;.t lasting friends. man to Starke Monday.Mr. be conducted at the Baptist church by day till Monday.Mr. 111I1111 I BUY A HOME Ulli i
::-{ Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Reddish made Chas. Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Steve the new called pastor, Rev. H. E. Ride- Nat Newsome, of Jacksonville, "f..
:.:f) a pleasant trip to Rosiertown last Denmark and .Mr. John Mann, all of nour, of Waldo, Sunday.T. was in town Tuesday night, assisting Your dollar i
i a 11 Saturday afternoon. Baker county, were in town Saturday M. Cauthen, of Waldo, was a in the initiation of several membersin bays value anJirveatn
|f f Mr. A. A. Wainwright spent Sunday trading with our merchants. business visitor here. Tuesday.Rev. the Modern Woodman.Mr. satisfaction here than ..altJ'wlae.1e..
it in Jacksonville, the guest of his Banker N. T. Ritch and family, of John Mullady returned Tues- Othoe Mizell spent Tuesday at
: i friend, Miss Addie Brown. Starke, spent'Sunday in Raiford. day from South Florida, where he has Worthjrtpn Springs with his parents A. M. DARBY Starke
; t Mr. H. S. Hilliard and Miss Dora Little Miss Miriam Sapp returned visited Tampa, St. Petersburg, Brad- Fig| ,.
:; r Johnson and the G. W. WainwrightI Tuesday from a visit with her sister, entown and other points of interest. 3 J savant, of Brooker, is the ..
I I family were among those who attend- Mrs. A. F. Cranford, in Jacksonville. Mrs. Monta Crichlow, of Jackson- plea l pitor of Mrs. Pinholster this c .
,I1 i ed church at Vanderbilt Sunday. Mr. S. R. Jones returned home on ville, spent the week-end with her week. ..
, t fl Mesdames Mamie and Rossie Reddish Monday, after a few days visit with father, W. E. Hutcheson, here.A. Mr. W. J. Epperson, of Starke, was i
* A. McDonald who home shaking hands with friends here last ii
"I visited the State Farm last Sun- relatives in Lake City. was ear-
ly in the week business with the Tuesday. : JhJ
on
: I Mrs. Mary Thompson and! family (
I day.Mr.. Bud Thornton and family, of have moved back to Raiford, after an I circuit court, returned to Dupont Wednesday Dr. Seeber King made a business
Baker county, passed through our absence of several weeks. where he is interested in the trip to Jacksonville Tuesday, returning SMOKE ;
1 l'c burg Tuesday, enroute for their home Mr. M. W.: Mann sold his farm northor ]I manufacture of naval stores. Wednesday.Mr. -- i
after an extended visit among rela; town to his brother, J. W. Mann,, There was an election held here on A. G. Powell spent Tuesday in
t tives in Starke. Jr., last week. Tuesday, but we were busy and did Macclenny, going there to vote. i
Mrs. W. M. Wilkinson, of Jacksonville Mrs. L. C. Taylor left Tuesday afternoon not learn who was running for what, Mr. H. F .Priester of Fort Myers, ALL P ,
. was a guest at the M. D. Carter to visit her mother in Lake or if he got elected. spent a few days with his family here .
J e. home. Butler. J. H. Harrison and J. P. Hall, of this week.
"
: : Mr. Morris Lewis, of Rising, was Mr. S. T. Walker, of Jacksonville, Sampson was seen on our streets during Miss Thelma Schell, who is attend- The popular cigar of
' visiting in our neighborhood last Sunday left Tuesday, after a few days visit the week. ing school in Lake City, enjoyed the
, i, afternoon. with his sister, Mrs. J. A. Brooks. Ferry Dover, of Starke, was here on week-end with her parents here.A STARKE
; Heilbronn Sunday school meets at Mrs. W. H. Rivers, of Georgia, is Business Tuesday. chicken pilau was' given on the
2:30 p. m. sharp. Everybody come visiting her daughter, Mrs. H. G. Cone Our stock raisers loaded a car with lake front dast Saturday evening. A
oat next Sunday. in Raiford this week. fattened hogs here Tuesday and received -. large crowd of young people attendedand Geo. L Massey, Prop. (

Mr. Rufus Reddish made a business Mr. Brady Bryan, who is teachingin a price which produced smiles. : the evening was thoroughly enjoy-

trip to Lawtey last Tuesday. the Enterprise school, visited his ed.Mr.
Prof. L. A. Davis attended businessin parents here Sunday.Mr. X44000446000000 Joe Andrews, of Starke, was a
Raiford last Saturday.Mr. Sidney Gordon, of Jacksonville, 4 e visitor here Sunday.
J. H. Wainright was in Starke spent Sunday here visiting his parents, 4 LAWTEY. 4 -
Sunday afternoon.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Gordon. Christian Church Notes.

Ury Reddish made five or six Mrs. John Touchton and children -600040000444400 This week, beginning on Tuesday
barrels of new syrup last week. The left Tuesday for Atlanta, where Mr. Mrs. E. D. Sayles visited friends in evening, the Florida state conventionof FLOWERS fOR
taste of the syrup, the correspondent Touchton is in the service of the Atlanta Gainesville last week. the Christian church meets in Lakeland -
';": T pronounces simply fine. Traction Company.H. Marcus Brown, who is studying law for a four days' session. It is
- Miss Viola ftaulerson, accompanied W. Raiford came home from at the Florida University at Gainesville hoped that there may be a large at- :
l i by Lloyd, Eunice and Rosa Moore, motored Lake Park, Ga., Tuesday to vote. came home Tuesday to cast his I tendance. MILLS THE : :
f :' ; over to Emanuel Sunday after- Hon. S. T. Dowling and Editor Lewis vote for president.Mr. Lake Butler ladies report good suc-
S attended the extra session of the H. C. Peace was transacting cess with their bazaar. And in gen-
noon.Mr.
r Lawton Crawford returned to county commissioners in Starke Wed- business in Jacksonville last Friday.Mr. eral the Lake Butler church is doing
. hi home at Jasper Friday. nesday.Dr. A. M. Blanchard spent several fine work. WE WANT AN
Messrs. J. E. J. Wainwright and R. J. Greene made a business days in Jacksonville last week. Next Sunday is our regular day at
I Shelton Sapp passed through the latter trip to Jacksonville Tuesday.Dr. Mr. C. Y. Mayo, of Pollard, Ala., is Raiford and we are hoping for a full
part of last week with something W. W. Farnell and Earl Whiten visiting friends in Lawtey tnis week. attendance. This ought to be especially -
" over two hundred of Jno. P. Sapp's : made a business trip to Ft. White Rev. T. B. Lawrence was transacting so when we have only one preaching I
: sheep, which were being carried to Monday.s00004ei466006A00. business in Starke the first part of day in the month.

Payne's prairie. They made a goodly the week. The writer of these notes gave a
; show for many of our pupils who are Mr. J. A. Beaver, of North Georgia sermon-lecture on Sunday, October 29, -
, not accustomed to seeing sheep. was a guest the first of the weekat in North Ocala Union church. His ::r r r J0
Hon. H. C. Peace, cashier of Law- BROOKER. the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. T. subject was, "How We Got Our Bible
{ tey Bank, made a patriotic address 0 Peeples.
here Monday evening in behalf of S. x000040600A4004 Miss Louiebelle Brown is visiting -...
CLEAR BAD SKIN FROM
f J. C.1tts.f The motion pictures presented each relatives and friends in Gainesville WITHIN w
f Mr. Levy Sweat, with Miss Viola as night for the past week by the John- this week. Pimply, muddy complexions are due
t chauffeur, motored to the county hub son company at the Woodman Hall, Postmaster R. B. Jackson was trans- to impurities in the blood. Clear up
[ on last Tuesday. were well attended.Mr. acting business in Jacksonville Tues- the skin by taking Dr. King's New C

:I Messrs. W. H. Clemons and W. H. I. W. Pinholster, Sr., and two day. Life Pills. Their mild laxative qualities -
son sons, L. W. and Albert, of Bel- Commissioner S. T.
Johnson are making arrangements to County Dowling, remove the poisons from the system -
I more, visited relatives here last week. of Raiford, was in Lawtey Wednesday.Mr. .
go in the syrup business shortly, hav- and brighten the eye. A full,
Mr. G. B. Colson and family motored A. Rosenberg from --
came over Florida'M
ing purchased the necessary equip- free, non-griping bowel movement in
to Hampton Sunday and spent the Alachua vote.
Tuesday to
ment while in Jacksonville last week.
the morning is the reward of a dose .
day with friends.Mr. Edward Edwards, of Gainesville, ,
: Mr. Bchellie Rosier made another .
of Dr. King's New Life Pills the night
T. P. Ward of Yulee is visiting
,
spent from Saturday Monday with r- ia
pleasant call school last
to our Friday
before. At druggist 25c. ((1)) 00
afternoon. his family here this week. relatives and friends in Lawtey. your ,
Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Johns, Mr. and Mayor W. F. Godwin was transacting 1
MJ. and Mrs. J. N. Norman visited Mrs. G. W. Lewis and Mrs. L. L. Lamb business in Jacksonville Monday.Mr. How Indians Purified Water. '-00

; } relatives at Vanderbilt last Sun-lay. were shopping in Starke last Thurs- J. A. Logan, of Crystal River, The Indians had a way of purifying
: Jim and Ellery filled their regular
visitor to Lawtey Sunday and water from
; : day.Mr. was a a pond or swamp by dig
appointment last Sunday. Ura Knight, of Madison, visited Monday.Mr. ging a hole about a foot across and
The debate Friday afternoon, which relatives in and near Brooker last W. C. Harris, of Maxville, wasa down about six Inches below the water 6'
was "Friends Money," was decidedin week. visitor to Lawtey Tuesday.Mr. level a few feet from the pond. No matter
favor of the negative, which was Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Pinholster, of M. Leviton, of Starke, was in After it was filled with water, they
ably defended by Master Freeda Lake Butler, attended church servicesat .awtey the first part of the week on balled> it out quickly, repeating the cook be her
Clarke, who deserves comment for the the Dedan church last Saturday.Mr. busine s.Reason. balling process about three times. may ,
forceful manner in which he contrastingly J. M. Shaw made a hurried bus- : Lastinger visited relativesand After the third bailing the hole wouldbe
pointed out the woes of the poor iness trip to Jacksonville. last Wednes- friends in Jacksonville Sunday. filled with filtered water. Try it.- less if she
nan with his two-wheeled ox cart, day.Miss: ,Rev. T. S. Stark filled his regular Boy Scout Handbook. (
scantily clothed, with grits and rancid Edyth Warren visited friendsin appointment at Saxton M. E. church stove.
I aeon to est, while the rich are bounteously Siaike last week and attended a Sunday afternoon.Tax STOP THE FIRST COLD.
feasting upon daintie. of nil shower at the home of Mrs. E. M. Assessor N" D. Wainwright, of
I kind being blessed with antos and the Johns on Thursday afternoon. Starke, was transacting business in One
many luxuries which go to make lifea M1" ard Mrs. H. B.- Sheetz spent a -awtey and vicinity last week.A A cold does not getwell itself. The of our
real happiness. couple of days at the home of Mr. and son was born to Mr. and Mrs. G. process of wearing out a cold wears
Everybody come to the store Friihy! Mrs. U. D. Johns near New River last C. Wooten last Saturday. you out, and your cough becomes serious ranges in your h
afternoons and get your part of the week. M"ssrs. Johns and Sheetz wenton Rev. W. L. Overstreet of Raiford, if neglected. Hacking coughs
fish, as they are much cheaper at 7 a hunting trip in the meantime.Mr. was in Lawtey Tuesday.Mrs. drain the energy and sap the vitality. well cooked
cents than is bacon at 20 cents. J. C. Laramore, of Micanopy, A. M. Van Dyke was a busi- For. 47 years the happy combinationof
Miss Chester Alvarez is spending spent Sunday and Monday with his ness visitor to Jacksonville last Thurs-
.
antiseptic balsams Dr.iing's
this week with grandparents, )Ir. and wife, who is quite ill at the home of I Jay. soothing in pride of a good
New Discovery has healed
5: ,. Mrs. S. B. Denmark. her daughter, Mrs. E. L. Crosby. Mr. and Mrs. Charles de Bruff, of
I coughs and relieved congestion. Old
'
--t Misses Eunice Hazen and Loca John- Jacksonville, spent Sunday with relatives -
4 0 40600000440G son motored to Starke last Friday af- in Lawtey.Mr. and young can testify to the effectiveness You look at
.
,t \ ternoon to do of Dr. King's New Discovery for
_' : some shopping. F. A. Fisher, of Jacksonville,
RAIFORD. v Master Earl and Miss Pauline Mid- was a visitor to Lawtey last Satur- coughs and colds. Buy a bottle todayat

I t[: 'yam s 404464404004 dleton Brooker, of Saturday.Miss Hampton. were visiting in day.Mr.. L. H. Hill was transacting busi- your druggist, 50c. ((1) buy, and back

: Mrs. R. J. Greene and Miss Gertrude Marguerite Shriver, who is attending ness in Jacksonville last Thursday.Mr. 1 taros,A Mild. EffMtN UOtln Uwr TotfC guaranty of
! Anderson left Tuesday morning forDaytona Columbia College at Lake City and Mrs. A. A. Smith were visitors Don Not Gripe MT Dtstot till StseuAla
where they are attending the spent the week-end at her home here. to Kingsley lake last Sunday. addition to other properties,Lax-Pot
W. C. T. U. convention. Mr. W. G. Seals and family, of Messrs. L. L. Sapp, A. A. Smith, R.I I contains Cascara in acceptable form, a
Hon. S. T. Dowling spent Monday in Hampton, paid Brooker a visit Satur- B. Jackson, J. S. Andrews and J. C. stimulating Laxative andTonic. Laz-Fos D. C. Jones
Starke, the acts effectively and does not gripe nor
attending commissioners
county Cone the who
were among Lawteyites
day.Mr. disturb
stomach. At the same time,it aids
meeting. and Mrs. E. J. the
Ward
I paid visited Starke Monday.Mr. digestion,arouses the liver and secretionsand
Starke
I I I Mrs. L. Sapp spent a few days in county seat a visit Monday. 0. L. Thomas was a business restores the healthy functions. SOc. ,

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PAGE SIX; BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, uij |

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The result of the presidential elec- DEATH OF MRS. CLAYTON.The FALL TERM OF CIRCUIT 0400000000000
Bradford County Telegraph tion is so close that both sides are STREET PAYINGVORK COURT IS NOW IN SESSION :1

already preparing to take the matter many friends of Mr. R. D. Clay- <3> GRACE METHODIST \
into the courts and ask for recounts in ton of (Continued From Page 1.) EPISCOPAL
Published Weekly, and entered as second formerly Hampton, will sym CHURCH t"t -
some parts of the country. We call STARTED pathize with him in his bereavement, Gainesville Haraware Co. vs Starke 3 (Oldest Church in Lawtey) tt
class matter at the post-office at on Hon. John Mullady to give them a Mrs. Clayton having died October 31st, Lumber Co., assumpsit, damages $500; <3> T. B. LAWRENCE, Pastor. '

Starke, Florida.E. lecture about this, and to speak a few as we learn from the following noticein continued by consent.P. 0 .-
well-chosea words about the courts. the Deming (N. M.) Graphic of No- A. Crosby vs C. B. Moody, Isaac <8> 9:30-Sunday school with ex i j

S. MATTHEWS, Editor and OwnerH. TIe Tampa Tribune ought also to dropin Pavement on Call Street to Be vember 3rd: Moody and G. W. Lewis, assumpsit, of "Don't do it" editorials damages $250; judge disqualified.J. Mr. Geo. Futch :
0 E. LAGERGREN, AsSOCiate Editor one its After a long and distressing illness, ages. Soperin- {.
r.i. and an expression from TimesUnionas Forty Feet WidePavingWill Mrs. R. D. Clayton, of Myndus, pass- V. Edwards vs A. C. L. RailwayCo. tendent. .
to whether it still considers the ed to the higher life, Tuesday, and ., trespass on the case, damages $1- 10:30-Public worship, preach.'.
" In Marion county Galloway, who electorial vote of Florida as unimportant be of Brick Entirely. was laid to rest Wednesday afternoonin 000; jury trial; non-suit. Defendant 0 ing by the pastor. .

t was awarded the party nomination after would likewise be interesting. the Deming cemetery. The funeral to recover costs of suit from plaintiff. 4 p. ra.-Junior Epworth Lea 1 i!

a contest, seems to have been elect- After having "hung fire" for some services were held from the Mahoney A. M. Robinson Co. vs L. A. Duncan, gue, Mrs. Lottie,Starke, Superb-: ,j
; ed sheriff, but he had a close call. time, the first steps toward the pavingof chapel. Rev. H. T. Mitchelmore delivered assumpsit, damages $2,000; dismissedon tendent. i':
WHY ELECTIONS COST MILLIONS.
d the streets in Starke was taken on the sermon. The deceased will motion of plaintiff.The 6:45-Epworth League, good 4 : .
Q it in Tuesday by staking out for curbing at be greatly missed from her home com- Dutton Bank vs First National leader-Don't miss it. Miss En- 4 -
Plant a typewriter, but plant and hoer The presidential election on last the intersection of Walnut and Ninth munity where she was universally lov- Bank of Gainesville, damages $1,000; za Blanchard, Resident .
I the right time of the moon, Tuesday cost approximately twelve streets. The curbing will be made of ed. continued by consent. 0 7:15-Preaching by the pastor. .
the weeds away from it. Some typewritten million dollars. The republican and blue granite, which comes in slabs 6 J. W. Edwards vs Sam Rosenberg 4 Good music. =r

!1'i letters we receive are as hard democratic campaign funds amount to to 11 feet long, about 18 inches wide PRIEST-GRIFFIS. trespass' on the case, damages $300; 4 Wednesday evening prayer' -.,,
i f; to decipher as bad pencil writing. $4,000,000, in round figures; the con- and 5 inches thick. This stone is very continued by consent. meeting. (S' _

Jf gressional campaign funds, to fully heavy, some of the long slabs weigh- Bradford County Bank vs C. J. Han- 0 .5*
"Hurrah for the new canals of $500,000; the several state party or- ing as much as 900 pounds. The curb A pretty home wedding took placeat ey as principal and T. M. Haney andJ. 000004444404Q0/ :
. Mars," screams a headline in the Palm ganization funds, and county and cityto ing will be set to project 6 inches the home of Mr. K. L. Griffis wed- R. Townsend as sureties, assumpsit,; ,
J N I Beach Post. They evidently have Everglades $5,000,000, those in New York state above the pavement.The nesday, November 8th, at 2 p. m., when damages $200; jury trial. Judgment. I

t I to drain on Mars, too, and alone amounting Jo nearly a million part of Ninth street between Griffis Mr. C. H. Priest and Miss Myritte for plaintiff, damages assessed at $113. HUSBAND RESCUED '-
dollars. To these funds be add- were united in the holy state. H. J. Stewart G. C. J.
have found the old canals insufficient. must Walnut and the railway tracks will of vs Driggers,
F.t ed the sums spent by candidates them- have a pavement 40 feet wide, leavingroom formed matrimony, the ceremony being per- i ejectment; jury trial. Verdict for com-
L.
by Rev. W. Kickliter in the
0 selves, which, conservatively estimated for a 10-foot sidewalk on each plainant, he being found the owner of
, At last accounts Noel A. Mitchell, will total $2,500,000. Thus, we side. The pavement on Walnut street presence of a large number of rela- W% of NW4 of Section 25519. DESPAIRING WIFE
tives and friends.
who styled himself as an independent have a grand total of $12,000,000, com- will be 26 feet wide, leaving 17 feet H. J. Stewart as receiver for Par-
candidate for governor, had received pared to which the actual cost of the between the pavement and the street The happy couple took the after- menter State Bank vs S. B. Wilson, -
77 votes in the entire state. That's election is insignificant. line on each side, which gives room noon train for a wedding tour of a few assumpsit. Judgment in favor of the After FOOT Jean of Diicoanfbf
Their friends .
I days. wish
running some. There are many ways in which mon- for the 5-foot sidewalk already exist- future.many them a plaintiff, he to recover from defendant Conditions Mrs. Bullock GaTt
r I ey may be spent legitimately during a ing and a strip of 11 feet between the happy $604.17 and $50 attorney's fees and .

Mr. Knott carried the four western campaign. There are the expenses of walk and the pavement Ifor grass. DOUBLE cost of suit.Arthur Up in Despair. Hubud j
HEADER BASKET BALL 1
.. precincts of Bradford county. ,The speakers, printing, advertising and (The inner edge of the sidewalk is 1 GAME SATURDAY. I. Stonehill, doing businessas Came to Rescue. :ii
'I democrats over there were in dead earnest correspondence which cannot well be foot from the street line.) There will Progress Clothing Co., vs Harry; \U.tCatrcfl
'I; ..
'i about standing by the party or- questioned under existing political con- be great possibilities, therefore, of Baumstein, assumpsit, damages $300. Ky.-la an interesting tetter L
ganization and worked hard to that ditions; but there are expenses for making Walnut a very ornamental Last Saturday afternoon there was Judgment in favor of plaintiff of sum ,
from Mrs. Bettie
end. "getting out the vote," many of which street. an exciting basket ball game on the agreed on, together with 20 per cent this place, Bullock
should be questioned by the very vo- The pavement on Call street will be campus of the Starke High School. of this sum at attorney's fees. writes as follows: "I suffered for toy

ters who make this expense necessary. 40 feet wide, leaving room for a 10- Green Cove girls played Starke girls, The Liquid Carbonic Co. vs R. T years, with womanly troubles tad during
In a number of the counties of the Earle Bryce well said that such ex- : foot sidewalk on each side. The pave- and Hampton boys played Starke boys. Taylor, assumpsit, damages $300. this time, I could cnly sit up for a H2J e

state there were independent candi- pense is "a travesty on American citi- ment will be of good brick, but instead All of the teams played excellentlyand Judgment for plaintiff. while, and could rot walk anywhere tlH.
dates for county offices. In most cases zenship."* II of having a solid foundation of at the close it was found that the Bank of Lake Butler vs J. G. Net- | At times, I would have seven psbila
they seem to have been defeated. Let In 1912 the total poular vote for the concrete, will probably be laid on a score stood as follows: Green Cove tles, J. J. Blackwelder and J. J. Bran my left side.

us be thankful that Bradford had president was 168,415 less than it was subgrade of well compacted natural girls 19, Starke girls, 18; Starke boys nen, assumpsit, damages $600; jury The doctor was called, and hit treat*
nothing of this kind. Some of our folks in 1908, though the country increased earth. The change from a concrete- 34, Hampton boys, 19 I I trial Judgment for plaintiff, damages !sent relieved me for a while, but I was
got "het up" enough as it was. largely in population between those asphalt pavement, as first decided on, The Starke teams entertained Sat- I assessed at $393.67 and $50 attorney'sfees. won confined to my bed again. Asa
two elections. An analysis of that urday evening in honor of the .
to one of brick on sand, wajfl u on visiting hat nothing seemed to do me
t vote compared with the total votes in account of the greater ch H of teams. This delightful informal affair The Schmolker & Mueller Piano Co. any good}
I The Telegraph is a sorry prognos- 1908 and 1904, increase of voting pop- the latter, which will allow Having was given at the home of Col. W. T. ,vs J. E. Byrd, replevin. Judgment in I had gotten so weak I could ooti&ad,
ticator. We predicted some time ago ulation being taken into consideration, to be done. JspB Weeks, Mrs. J. E. Wilson acting as .favor of complainant. and I gave up in despair.
that Knott would carry forty counties.It shows there were 1,500,000 stay-at- hostess of the occasion. Punch was Arthur Jackson, plaintiff in error, At last my husband got me a botBe olCardui

now looks like the thing is just homes in 1912, notwithstanding there U. D. C. HISTORY QUESTIONS FOR enjoyed throughout the evening, and vs the State of Florida, defendant in the woman's tonic, tad I coomenced -
about turned around. But we are not was spent during that election over NOVEMBER. 0' just before dispersing cake and cream error, appeal from judgment of county taking it. From the very fint

much worse than Governor-elect Catts. 15000000. William; F. McCombs, were served.M. .court, common liquor dealer. Cause dose I ould tell It was helping me. I
He estimated his majority as high as the democratic chairman that year, reversed and mandate issued to lower can now walk two miles without Ks
fifty thousand. declared that if money had not been 1. Was the War Between the Statesfought W. A. OYSTER SUPPER. court for new trial. tiring me, and am doing my work."

spent to get out the habitual stay-at- to hold our slaves? The trial of the criminal cases will If you are all run down from womanly
home vote there would have been near- 2. What oft-quoted remark did All members consume this week and perhaps a part troubles, don't in "
Bradford never does things by of Starke camp, M. W. give up despair.
Gen. Grant make in regard to slaveryand
when ly 3,000,000 stay-at-homes in that elec- A., are urged to be on hand at the of next week. Cardui,the woman's tonic. it bas
halves. A few years ago public tion. If this number of stayathomeshad the war? regular The following criminal cases were more than a million women; in! ..
conservativehere meeting next Wednesday, No-
sentiment was decidedly 3. (a) What state legislated of wonderful and
been added to the vote given eith- tried Thursday forenoon years success, '1
vember 15. An :
the county invariably gave the I Roosevelt or Taft.he would have against slavery 32 times? (b) What held oyster supper will be State vs Son Thomas breaking and surely help you, too). Your druggist hst. -\
conservative candidates a majority of been elected Wilson. No wonder state legislated against slavery first? immediately after the meeting at sold Cardui for years. He knows what A1.It
over entering. Jury returne da verdict of '
about three to one. In the election (c) Last? Rowand's Cafe. will do. Ask him. He will recoa
that such failure on the part of the guilty.
mend it
Tuesday the county gave Mr. Gatts a 4. (a) What woman writer of fiction Begin taking Cardui today.
American citizens to exercise their
State
CHURCH SALE. vs C. E. Gray, resisting officer -
I two to one vote. franchise rights and to perform their grossly misrepresented the Southin WriU taO ana roaa M4ldM on duty. Found guilty.
Mr1wy Dtpt.. Ciuiunooft. Ten., for ttwsiil
to ? b Name of -
: regard slavery ( )
primary duty of citizenship elicited the
Sentences in above cases have not Jni ruetso.u on yemr CAM and M-ps took. oJ'\lllt
comment it did from Mr. Bryce. her book that so inflamed the' minds The ladies of St. Mark's Guild havea been roamers tw Woo.u;aa.t tame wr.ppe E660II
yet passed.TELEGRAPH'S
All hail the Hon. John the
Mullady,
Coming down to the crux of the mat- of the anti-slavery advocates?_ that it counter of fancy articles on sale at
new. political leader of Bradford count ter, necessity to arouse interest in a became a potent factor in bringing on Lane's store. Your patronage will be
He was on the job in season and HONOR ROLL
) presidential election is of itself the war between the states? (c'How) appreciated.
it is due his tire- a com-
out, and largely to -
"American Con-
I was Horace Greeley's
less work and resourceful leadership mentary on American citizenship, be- Names of Those Who Paid s
cause character and quality of govern- flict" unjust to the South? CARD OF THANKS.
sentiment in BradfordI
I that political vital individual 5. Describe clearly, (a) The U. S.
ment are so to inter- Subscription During Oct.
I county has been so completely changed. -
seal. b The Confederate seal. (c)
( )
To
If Governor Catts has a juicy ests. Yet when there is added to this our many friends who were so
plum to give to Bradford county he necessity the apparently greater one, The Florida seal. kind during the sickness and death of Miss Anie Hemingway, J. L. Bryan,
cannot bestow it upon a more effective that of inducing millions of voters to Since it is so hard for the contestantsto our darling babe, who died on Oct. 26, J. F. Dyess, John Forsyth, L. A.
worker friend. go to the polls, involving as it does find reference books fair to the 1916, we extend our heartfelt thanks. Brown, J. L. Varnes, S. J. Register, L.
or loyal tremendous expense, the commentary South, they may have subject explained J. B. Nettles and Wife. L. Conner, W. G. Brooks, G. W. Dyal,
is complete, ,for it means just this: to them, but must understand it fully Zilpha Nettles. Dr. J. C. Wills, F. Dyal, J. E. Doug- I

" It seems too bad that Editor Powell that there are in the United States so so they may be prepared for a lass, L. U. Morgan, D. Boree, W. W.

could not get through the campaign many millions of voters who have not monthly quiz by Historian. "THE VALUE OF A LIFE." Moore, Rev. W. G. Law, C. F. Litch- t

without telling a "whopper" about the I self-interest, to say nothing of pa- field, Stephen DeSue, J. M. Conner, .
Telegraph. That tale he told about for triotism, sufficient to lead them to ex- DEATH OF MORRIS CREWS. Starke Modern S. R. Osteen, W. C. Wainwright, W. 1
Woodmen
ty citizens of Hampton can tUin their ercise a right and to perform a duty Two Reels at Will Show M. Gilliard, James Crews, R. T. Tay-
subscriptions to the Telegraph was en- that belongs to few people outside of The many friends of Mr. Morris Hopson Theatre. lor, W. H. Shaller, J. B. Sapp, R. R.
tirely without foundation in fact. No the American borders. And the worstof Crews are grieved over his .death, Tison, A. J. McKinney, Dr. M. M The Clothes i'. JrA
such thing happened. Our Hampton it all is .that when voters fail to which took place at the home of his By special arrangement and throughthe Fryer, Geo. H. Fowler, S. K. Kelly, -

friends are hard scrappers, but they exercise this right and perform this brother, Mr. J. G Crews, Tuesday, No- courtesy of local Modern Wood- Mrs. C. M. Wimberley, R. A. Newsom, Young Fellows .. /
are not the narrow partisans that Ed- duty, they really vote to let the other vember 7th, the cause of his death be- men, the Hopson Theatre has booked E. W. Hayes, Oliver Jones, T. L. ,
itor Powell represented them to be. fellow do it for them, which means ing stomach trouble of long standing.The two reels of motion pictures, featuring Wainwright, D. D. Weeks, A. F. Philips Talk AboutThey :,

that they tacitly consent to such char- deceased was a son of the late George.,, Gray-, .in. a true. and. realisticmm J. T. Jones. Dr. A. L. Scott. F.- A.
acter and quality of government- as is Mr. and -Mrs.- S. -P. Crews, and- was story of his part in the present Scott, H. J. Stewart, T. S. Langford, :;
The unofficial returns from the elec- provided for them by others. born in this county 27 years ago. His war-not of bloodshed-but in the Robert Gale, J. M. Underhill, C. C. are I/ .
tion held in this state Tuesday indicate The republican and democratic par- career was promising until he cOn- fight against and conquest of that Roundtree, J. W. Griffis, W. M. Har- {:ifo ;
that S. J. Catts, independent democrat, ties, their organizations and sub-or- tracted the trouble mentioned, since menacing monster of the human flesh rell, A. C. Anderson, C. Niles, W. T. i.;'
I V.-AS elected governor by a very ganizations, simply spend millions be- which time he had been an invalid, -tuberculosis. Gray .is one of the Wasdin, J. E. Owsley, J. D. Carmichael] StyleplusCtothesJ 17 :
! decisive majority. How ever much opposed cause they have to. Whether they making his home with Mr. J. G. Crews. million members of the Modern Wood- W. S. Brannen, C. E. Murrhee, R. M
to the election of Mr. Catts, every spend it legitimately or illegitimately, His uprightness and geniality made men of America. Discovering that he Cason, Wash Roberson, J. W. Lewis, :- f
good citizen of the state will accept their expenditure is not to be ques- numerous friends for him and he was is afflicted with the disease, he takes T. D. Dyal, S. L. Prescott, Hugh Al- ,w MM fre* .>.MM far.-

. the result and be ready to up- tioned by the man who does not vote. very popular wherever known.Of advantage of the comforts, care and varez, R. A. Reddish, Wiley Williams, We alone sell them '
hold the hands of the new governor in Only the man who votes has a moral near relatives the deceased leavesto cure of the sanatorium owned, main- W.E., Norman, Mrs. A. Price, JamesB.
! all moves for the upbuilding and bet- right to criticise and make charges. mourn his departure three brothers tained and operated by that society, Browning, J. D. Crawford, R. M. ; here. The style of a
terment of Florida. It is entirely reasonable I These parties are battling for suprem- Messrs J. G. and A. A. Crews of free of charge to its members. For King, Mrs. D. M. Gornto, W. F. Har-
to assume that Mr. Catts, the ,acy, it;being necessary under our formof Starke, and Mr. S. M. Crews, of several years that fraternal institutionhas nage, Gordon Touchstone, A. J. Craw- great designer plus
governor, will,not be as radical as Mr. government, to have rule througha Loughman, and three sisters, Mrs. W. thus actively and effectively cooperated ford, A. P. Hoffman, Isaac N. Star- guaranteed satis-
Catts, the candidate, and it is not unlikely majority. They are bound to secure J. Frierson, of Okeechobee, Mrs. Maud in the world-wide movement ling, A. A. Durden. faction for
o that he will prove a disappointment :that majority, and voters who refrain Archer, of Key West, Mrs. James Con- advocated by the Red Cross and medi- $17.
to both his political friends and from voting not only make necessary ner, of Starke, and Mrs. Myrtle Cog- cal authorities, to stamp out the dread
his political enemies. His official con- I the expenditure but in a measure bill, of Jacksonville, The bereaved "white plague" and Gray is the beneficiary Quick J.M.ALYAREZ
,. duct is likely to fall far short of the jeopardize the success of our form of family have the sympathy of all. of this Woodmen life-saving sta f

expectations of his more radical government because its largest opportunity The interment took place at Crosby tion. It is an intensely interestingand -Cold Relief- STARAE FLORIDA.
i f' friends and supporters, and is also for success lies through a cemetery Wednesday, Rev. F. B Johns heart-gripping story of the leave- ; '
: likely to prove that the worst fears of full frank and honest expression of officiating. taking of wife and children. Weak in la usually found through the prompt :;: 1
"' his enemies were not well founded. In voters at the polls, concerning the issues body and hopeles sin mind he journeysto administration of a mildly laxative, ;
J { this way he will probably strike an involved in an election.It MEMORIAM.In the beautiful Rocky Mountain reg- dispersive tonic one that will scatter -
Full
. average that should prove satisfac- was President Schurman, of Cor- ion near where, in the rarified climateand the Inflammation, remove the Supply of i.
nell, to recollections who of Little Wilmer Nettles, constant sunshine at waste, and help Nature to build up (#c
tory to all of us. Let us hope that according memory an altitudeof resistance. COFFINS
this will be the case. in discussing the expenditure of mil- who was taken to a heavenly home October 7,000 feet, he is destined to spend AND CASKETS-

lions in presidential campaigns, said 26, 1916. nine months at the foot of Mount Ce- Pernna is That Tonic.Its .
II in effect: Men may serve without ex- dar, in the care of the most modern All Sizes and Qualities
I ., The Jacksonville Times-Union :Monday pectation of reward, may give their Our little babe is gone to rest sanatorium in the world. His exper- action Is prompt is usually very
effective its
and
use without harmful Always Hand
I', : contained an account of the celebrations country the best there is in them, To reign with God, forever blest. iences in "chasing the cure," his absolute effects. Every household should on
:. at Warsaw, Poland, over the when its necessities demand; but Its little tongue will always praiseA rest from all cares and labor, keep it at hand for this purpose,and -
reinstating of that country to some- there are few men, however patrioticwho Saviour's love, redeeming gra e. his gradual return to health and every catarrhal sufferer should reg- PRICES REASONABLEJ.
thing of its former independence, the serve party, who contribute largely strength, his "hikes" among the fra- ularly use this reliable remedy.

r document announcing it having been to campaign expenses, that do not Far from a world of sin and strife grant pines and over the rocky trailsof The tablet form win be found very C. CONE
.f read at noon that day. The train that expect reward for service and return'of 'I It now enjoys a heavenly life, the U. S. forest reserve, leased by convenient. A tablet or two at the
: brought the paper arrived in Starke dollars with good interest. Presi- .And joins to praise, shout and sing, and adjoining the sanatorium, result in very beginning of a cold Will fre- Lawtcf, w Florida ,
g about 10:45 a. m.-a good while be- dent Schurman is right. Every voter And make the heavenly arches ring. his final return to family and friends, quently prevent its development, --
and these tablets
be taken
fore Here was paradox, but may regularly -
noon. a who makes expenditure of millions victorious over his foe. "The Valueof with beneficial results. -
; it is explained when we consider that necessary in presidential campaignssooner Could we but hear its little tongueSo a Life" is a thrilling and dramatic 4.e.$..b 4 .
Warsaw is about 105 degrees of long- or later refunds his share of sweetly sing the heavenly song; story-and absolutely true as well; Manyprefertheliquid
s itude to the east of us, and the time the expense in some way or other.- Could we but see its smiling face, indeed, Grays' experience has been duplicated /i form (
there is, therefore, about seven hours Exchange. Delighted with the happy place. by nearly 3,000 of his fellow which for nary J.R.Davis
earlier than ours. So there was plen- neighbors, who have already enjoyedthe baltseeatarybaabeen
ty of time of time to flash the news Read the Bradford County Tele- We could not wish it back again, benefits of this justly celebrated the the Am.Icaa rUucof

I over 7,000 miles to this country by graph-the home paper. \ But say, dear babe, with God remain, institution. This film is pronouncedby BOlli"Both & Company
f cable, diffuse it all over the land by We'll try to gain that peaceful shore competent authorities to be one of are cooL
I ., telegraph, prepare the copy, set the Whenever You Need General Teak Where those who meet shall part no ; the very best in this age of highly- c." TourdraoiitcupplyToa. t
Take .
i matter by machine, print the papers Grove'sThe y:
more. developed motion pictures, and is in
Old Standard Grove's INSURANCE
on a fast press and send them out on a Tasteless such
tit
.& chill Tonic is valuable great demand tha can be TNPPRt1fl
fast train so that we could read the General Tonic equally because U contains as the a Now we'll strive the prize to gain, booked for only one day and night in : co /

news here before noon, while they wen known tonic _fQUlND Bud Let's come to Christ and with Him remain each town or city. It is a rare oppor- '
were eating tbeir. UM>tt At Warsaw IRON., It met on the Liver Drives ; tunity one cannot afford to miss. Crfta.0Id0 StaiiJ Honda.J
The world .do' > Ve--and'ahead of oat -Malaria, Enriches the Blood! and Then we shall share in Jesus' love, At Hopson's Theatre on Friday, November :-:

,1 the ,sun. --, at times. -... '---r.rr-Builds up the Whole+.-System---V).cent- And meet our little darling babe-above. ,24, 1916. 4+ sH

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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 10,' 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE SEVEN;

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Roger Wells, of Jacksonville, was MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER FOR I Powell, Cassie White, Annie Darby, WANTED TO. REJTf FARMSWe
in town the first of the week
renew- MISS CANOVA. Marie Ward of Douglass, Ga.; Marie have application fom parties desiring -

ing acquaintances. Hunt if Jacksonville; Edyth Parker, to rent farms for next;year.

H Lt Bits of LocalInformation T. B. Handley, one of the solid bus- On Thursday afternoon, Novemberthe of Gainesville; Hilda Canova, of Lake- Must be listed with* us pror' ptly.

iness men of Raiford, was in Starke second, Mrs. Everett Markley land; Belle Kelly, of Jacksonville; Comer L. Peek & Son.: 5 i it.
Thursday. Johns entertained most charmingly in Belle Canova of Green Cove Springs; '. *.

honor of Miss Florence Canova, whose Miriam Frazee, of New York; Leslie FOR SALE-Restaui:>nt doing?good i

S. M. Crews, of Loughman, was in marriage to Mr. William Powell was Jackson, of Ocala; Mary Canova, Vir- business. Will bear close investigation. ,
Starke an event of Tuesday, the seventh. This ginia Weeks, Eunice Elizabeth Canova, Box 131, Starke, Fla. 10;13-tf. ?
c..u,.w 0.. P.&.. ...1u.I1 ..slMy Thursday. He had come to at- Etta Tison; Mesdames Paul E. Canova, .
... M .. c., .. ..4 r.... tend the funeral of his brother, the delightful function was at the homeof W. H. Graham E. E. Canova, D. L -
.
Mrs. John's
parents, Mr. and Mrs.T. .
late. :Mr. Morris Crews.
His many WANTED 50&( btshds
J. Griffin, of N. Walnut Alvarez, J. F. Canova, J. M. Alvarez, potatoes. See
friends corner and '
here were glad to meet him.
Tenth streets.. N. D. Wainwright, W. R. Canova, of Brown & Son. L 2t. ip
Ii --- The Lake City; R. E. Gahagen, of Hardee-
White of Lawtey was in town Mr. and Mrs. Riley Norman, of Rai- Sweaters at old prices. Sternberg's.We rooms of the lower floor of this ...
tJ J. F. pretty home were elaborately decorated yule S. C.; p. T. Clark, of Quitman, WANTED TO BUY I.ECANSBring !
Saturday.D. ford, were visitors to Starke Monday.Mr. with ferns and choice flowers, the Ga.; L. W. Goodyear, of Lakeland. samples and I will Make you rices. I;;'
are butchering some specially
parlor being in pink and white N. D. Wainwrightitarke, F>u. ,JJ
visitor the : choice beeves at this time and roses,
W. Alvarez was a to W J. Epperson and family have please 113tf.
the sitting room in chrysanthemumsand M. W. A. OYSTER SUPPER. j I ;
metropolis Saturo'sy.j moved into the Russell house, on East the most exacting person with steaks JI
1' "- I Madison street. and other choice cuts. Edwards Meat in the dining room white roses }, ::
and greens. FOR SALE-Crowd r (Twoicrop), :1'
i Fish and Cedar Key oysters fresh Market, next door to Bakery. Jacob The members of the local M.
The camp,
bushel. F. M. (
$2.50 'rews
arriving
guests were greeted by peas per ,
Bundel is meat .
daily at Handy Brymer's. 1013tf. Shoes our specialty. Sternber our cutter.F. the hostess, Mrs. Johns, Miss Carrie W. A., will have an oyster supper on Highland, Fla. ".. 11; 10-2t. t r

( E. L. Crosby, of Brooker, was a vis- M. Leviton, of Valdosta was shak- L. Colson, a well known citizenof ence Darby Canova.and the Mrs.bride-elect Johns, Miss Flor- next All members meeting urged night: ,to November be presentCLASSIFIED 15th.
was lovely WANTED-Velvet bean
pasture,
: the Brooker section, transact- any
was
to Starke Saturday.
," itor ing hands with his many friends here ing business in Starke last in blue crepe de chine with white trim- size, if price is reasonable: 0. Gar-
' the first of the week. Mr. Colson has the right idea.Saturday.He will mings; Miss Carry Darby wore a flow- + + + + + 'pfff + + + + + diner, Starke. It.

ered organdy trimmed with }Mack velvet + .
neglect his and other
1 WHYNOT not
corn -
ii : Pretty millinery at Sternberg's.D. crops ribbon, while Miss Canova was { ADVERTISING *
R next year to plant everything in cot- SALESMAN WANTED-To sell lubricating I,'
in
kl
a ) '- ton another gowned a most becoming ashes of
":'r t J. Nettles, of the Lake Butler season. Everything that roses chiffon taffeta, with Georgette + + + + + 'pffff + + + + + oil, grease specialties and 1.; _

, Prof. R. A. Green, of Hampton, was. section, was a business visitor to must would be be bought a great now mistake is so for high our that far-it trimmings, the gown being fashionedon FOR SALE.-Good horse. D. C. paint. Part or whole time. : Commission '!:f
basis until is'estab-
5 i visitor to Starke Monday. Starke Saturday. mers to give all of their attention to the new princess' lines. A black Jones, Starke. 7-14-tf. ability iT
lished. Permanent position and wide (
, picture hat, white gloves and shoes
} J. P. Bryan was among the Raiford Trespass cards for sale at this office. cotton finished this handsome costume. Mrs. field when qualified if desired. Man-f "
"; visitors to Starke Monday. Paul E. Canova, mother of the bride, WANTED-Pecans. Must be cured. with,,rig preferred.: Riverside Re- Ii::'
.j Mrs. J. F. Kickliter,has issued invi- PRESBYTERIAN BAZAAR.The wore an elegant gray crepe de chine Bring samples. Brown & Son. fining Company, Cleveland, Ofiio.DGARS .

\ Millinery that will save you money, tations to a linen shower, to be givenon ladies of the Presbyterianchurch with silver lace trimmings.In It-tO-3t. r

'; especially on hats for small chaps, 50 Friday, November 17, in honor of will hold a sale of fancy arti- the back hall was suspended a EYES .

if$ per cent under price. Morgan's. Miss Mary Pack, whose marriage to cles, useful articles and things to eat, white wedding bell, under which was FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Poland- .
Mr. Joe Hill Williams will take place Tuesday, November 28th. Those wish- placed the punch bowl, surrounded by i China male hogs for sale. Old Optic a" tej1 .

R. W. Surrency, of Graham, was in the latter part of this month ing cake, nuts and candy for thanks- vines and roses. Miss Mabel Darby enough for service. E. Gowin, JACKSONVILLE' ,: FLA '. ';

.1. town the first of the week. giving dinner can find same at that attired in a handsome midnight blue' Hampton, Fla. 11-3-31 Broken Lr\ 'Duplicated I

( 2,000 yards 36 inch sheeting, 8 cent taffeta, presided over this delicious Same. Day ftcieved
:1 Hon. A. D. Andrews was among the quality, full pieces at 7c. Morgan's.Mrs. time.Look for further notice in the next beverage. WANTED-EGGS-We pay cash- Ypw IIize on n.iIOrdu2-Wt F\.1 Pviute ,
Brown & Son.
.: Raiford visitors to Starke Monday. issue of this paper. During the early part of the after- ll-10-3t. .40 W.PORSY>I'III't

t Harris and little son returnedto noon an impromptu musical programwas

; Captain R. C. Heiberger, of Theres- their home, Jacksonville, Saturday, P0WELL-CANOVA. enjoyed, Miss Cassie White play- .
--
< sa, was in Starke Monday on business. after a visit with her parents, Dr. and ing Nevin's Love Song, Miss Anna'Ca 5

< Mrs. J. C. Wills. One of the prettiest weddings ever nova rendering several popular piano

solemnized in Starke took place last selections, and Miss Louise Bessent and SERVICE t
PAY LESS AT Men's ties, new line. Sternberg's. Tuesday afternoon, at four-thirty, singing, "Because I Love You" ," and QUALITY
"The End of a Perfect Day. Each
when Miss Florence Emma Canova,
."; Among those who live away from daughter of :Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Ca- guest jtf nded a piece of paper and WILSON COMPANY
here the follow- Bked to write advice ;
Starke but still vote penci some
I! nova, was given in marriage to Mr.
Messrs. H. D. and Thomas Wasdin,
v ing came to cast their ballots Tues- for t R. Much merriment was Gainesville's Popular Store I
1 had business in Starke William Clarendon Powell, Rev. W. G. ,
of Graham,
i day: E. P. Duncan, of Tallahassee; Law, of the Baptist church, officiating.A caused H B hostess reading the var-
Monday. R. 0. Daniel and J. J. Chaplin, of large number of relatives and a ied advice, the majority of which LEADERS IN .
: Jacksonville, and J. T. Reaves and M. pointed'in' the direction of being a
,, See the remnant' counter- at Stump's.C. H. Chancey, of Gainesville. few beautiful friends home gathered wedding to,witness which was this good cook. Just previous to present- Dry Goods Notions Ladies' Ready-tp
,
the of
shower the
J ing gifts, guests
characterized by its elegant simplicity.The .
of the Swift Creek
, C. McCall,
| Special prices on lumber, etc., at were invited into the dining room, and
of the lower floor of this
't-J( Naval Stores Co., Guilford, was in Quigley Lumber Co's. yard during No- handsome rooms home were tastefully deco- the bride elect seated at a large table Wear and Millinery ;;

,town Monday.' vember.H. which was centered by an arch of liliesof
rated with ferns, vines and choice cut '
t the valley, under which stood a MAIL I US YOU' ORDERS j
A. L Crews, the Raiford blacksmith flowers, the parlor being most artistic-
M. Douglass, a prominent farmer done in vines white miniature bride and groom. A large
ally trailing car-
r .' ;s; and carriage maker: was in Starke on living northwest of Lake Butler, had nations and chrysanthemums. white basket filled with many dainty I All orders filled the same day received, postage end{ express
business Monday.
;'! .- Business in Starke Saturday. He was parcels was then brought in and presented -i '
"'I 9" Preceeding the nuptial ceremonythe charges prepaid on all orders amounting $3.00.and: over! k kI'
, accompanied by his son, Fisher.W. short musical to the fair honoree. The following I
D. J. Harden, a prominent farmer company enjoyed Mrs. Nell a Hughes and are a few of the clever verses I While in Gainesville make this store headquarters 'I '
program by your ;
.!. of the western portion'of the county, .
that
J. Markham, of the Lake Butler accompanied gifts:
; was in town the first of the week.MORGAN'S Mr. Leo Canova. Mr. Canova sang Mail the and addresses of three of friends andreceive ,
us
section,/called at our office Mondayand "Little Log House in the West," and names your .. .
i: enrolled himself as a Telegraph promptly at four-thirty the coming of I am giving to you this little trinket, a souvenier. ;
subscriber. And may Bill always find jelly in it, '
? the bride was heralded by Mrs. Hughes "
I playing Mendelssohn's Wedding March And iow:: some. valuable advice I will WILSON I COMPANY.Gainesville : j i;

IE Mr, J... H. Ritch and.family, of.Hal- The bride and groom came down the .give* ,,. \
!: ford, were week-end visitors at the' wide stair case, through the hall and And heed'it, my dear, if you with a Florida '

J, J. Blackwelder, who owns a fine home of Mr. N. T. Ritch. into the parlor, and while the cere- man, will live. .
.
: large farm on Swift Creek, had business mony was being performed stood under I
{'r- in Starke the first of the week. Trespass cards for sale at this office. a very effective festoon of white A man my dear, is a peculiar beast, '
' : and And if there is one thing he loves 'tis u R -
carnations
chrysanthemums jes
!,;, Fine line of boys' suits at Stump's. Here's prices-Pine Tree Taffetas, surely a feast.I .
samine vines. ,
+$+!+"' !+ +!.
know dear for solid P
. one
. $1.25 yard. None better at the price.Morgans. The bride was exceedingly lovelyin my year .
: Mr. Leo Canova, who has been spending her wedding robe of white pussy O'er the cook stove I've bent and shed ; t ,

-4ifl .a j{: sometime in Jacksonville taking willow taffeta, with drapery of silver many a tear! tl .. (.)

voice training, is at home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Ritch Jr., and cloth and Georgette crepe, while she ... ., !
t<'i' li t r- children, of Raiford, Mrs. L. L. Conner carried a shower bouquet of exquisite So, my dear, please heed what I say, ii:: kw .

J'j':'I F' 2,000 yards dress ginghams, only and baby and Miss Lizzie Norman, of bride's roses and lilies of the valley. Or soon you will find that your hairis i '

10 cents-Less by the bolt. Morgan's. the Wateroak section, were visitorsat Bride and groom are two of Starke's gray! <., 9iEE

1 the home of Mr. N. T. Ritch on last most popular young people, the bride Wherever you be or whatever you do,
. ;, Mrs: J. 0. Turner and children left Wednesday.Coat being noted for her beauty and sweet Keep this little proverb ever in view: i

:: Saturday for Waycross, Ga., to joint disposition, while the groom is a suc- f
iE: Mr. Turner and make their future suits at Sternberg's.Mr. cessful young business man who num- "Through a man's stomach is the road .

1! home there, where Mr. Turner is theproprietor bers his friends by the score. "to his heart," :

,i .,; of a bakery. Their many and Mrs. Percy L. Thomas, of The numerous gifts were displayedfor And now, my dear, my advice I'll im

I friends here wish them good luck in Jacksonville, are guests at the homeof the admiration of the guests. The part-

their new home.COME. his father, Mr. Jesse Thomas. young couple were very generously re- "Feed the Brute!"

1 membered by a large number of rela- -Thelma Griffin Johns: I WE ARE 601N6 TOiMOVE' I

Trespass cards for sale at this office. tives and friends from far and near,
.j IN AND who sent hand-painted china, cut glass Mv love goes with this little 2'ift. S

it Mr. Archibald Thomas, who is at- silver and linen. Among the elegant To reach you in a shower; i
of Florida May only sunshine be your share, .
tending the University gifts were noticed a chest of silver ) '
4 t Clyde Chancey, son of Mr. and Mrs. came home Tuesday to cast his bal- from the groom's father, Mr. L. C. And storm clouds never lower. a f

i M. H. Chancey, is expected to arrive lot. Powell; a handsome dinner set of Eng- -Blanche Canova. : Some Lumber and Building\
,
Ga. about the lish china from the bride's father, Mr.
i I home from Brunswick, ,
of bliss is true
Your dream coming ,
Serges-same old quality, 50 cents, Paul E. Canova, beautiful hand made
1 t latter part of the week. Mr. Chancey a

is 1 in will four make years.this his first visit to Starkein $1.00 and $1.25. Morgan's. a luncheon dinner set set from of exquisite Mrs. E. E.Haviland Canova; A A moonlit vine-clad porch bungalow, romantic for two quite, i Material at special Reduced t

.I Mrs. W. R. Canova, of Lake City, china from Mr. Luther Powell, brother Where you, and Bill will sit at night.

' and Mrs. 0. N. Canova and little son, of the and a diamond ring -Amelia Ray.
groom; for-CASH.
Prices
Ladies and 'Children's Cloaks at : i
! Nolan, of Campville, came over last from the bride's mother, Mrs. Paul E. | ; :;
i iIlf
Stump's.Mrs. Monday to attend the Powell-Canova Canova. 'Tho far away from you and bill, :

"t I wedding. Immediately after the ceremony and My heart, I'm sure, is with you still.I < >
Angie B. Sternburg and her surely wish that I could do
congratulations, Mrs. Canova serveda As Bill sometimes advised me to- I need Lumber of i ii
Massachusetts Beautiful all-wool Poplins, $1.00Morgan's. most delicious salad course consist- you any
and clash
"If pleasure duty
olives
of sandwiches pickles,
ville to visit Mrs. R. H. Barber. Mrs. ing just let to smash!" SI >
duty
Why go
fl chicken salad, coffee and whippedcream.
i Sternburg and Mrs. Todd traveled by The Ladies Aid Society of the Bap- The hostess was assisted in I'm afraid I can't. I wish I could, I kind Sash Doors Etc. take
automobile. If it were possible, I surely would. ,
! r tist church will hold its regular meet- serving by Mrs. W. H. Graham, Misses -
know that "Love forever and
. ing Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 a'clock Anna Canova, Martha Fripp, Kath- Just a
J. W. Green, who lives on the Bes the home of Mrs. A. M. All Aileen day"Is | these
at Darby. leen Alvarez, Etta Register, advantage of special prices.
sent road, brougt to the Bank of members are urged to attend. A cor- Alvarez, and little Mary Canova and the most heartfelt wish of your cou-
j Starke the "boss" sugar cane of the sin May. ( .
!dial invitation to -join the Ladies Aid Florence Andrews.
: season. The cane is over nine feet members of the church -May Fripp. :
is extended to The out-of-town guests attendingthis i i
i lorg, has 22 long joints and very who interested in the work. wedding were Mrs. 0. N.
are pretty Mrs. Johns was assisted in servinga
large in circumference. Canova and little son, Nolan, of Camp- dainty ice course by Misses Anna i Quigley Lumber and Supply Co1 '

Sweet potatoes wanted, see us be- ville, and Mrs. W. R. Canova, of Lake Canova, Carrie Darby and little Vir- I

fore you bring them in. Brown & City.Mr. ginia Weeks and Mary Canova. The .
;:H MAKE US Son. ll-10-2t and Mrs. Powell left on the six favor for each guest was a tiny basket f.!hs +i a s.3.!.!+1! .;."s.E.9
o'clock train for a wedding trip to I filled with candy, while concealed under -
i
Mrs. B. Kosel and daughter, Miss Charleston. The bride is traveling ina the candy in four different basketswas -'- _
Mrs. R. E. Gahagan returned home Margaret Kosel, who have been visit- handsome green checked coat suit of a thimble, a dime, a button and a ji

Monday to Hardeeville, S. C., after a ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. wool velour, with'whkh she wears a ring. It was Miss Alma Clark's for-

brief visit with her parents, Mr. and B. Hull, left yesterday for Homestead, I cream lace waist, hat, gloves and shoesto tune to find the thimble, Miss Etta 4 r k
, ;- Mrs L C. Powell. A telegram any where they will visit relatives for sev- match. After their wedding trip Register the dime, Miss Olive Ray the
nouncing the illness of Mr. Gahagan eral months returning to Starke be- Mr. and Mrs. Powell will return to button and Miss Kathleen Alvarez the B. z. MATTHEWS .

compelled her speedy return. fore going to their home, Hempstead, Starke where they will make their future ring.The

Long Island. home. invited guests were as follows: Artesian Well Driller ':

Ladies Coat Suits at Stump's.L. Misses Emma Powell, Louise Bessent,
TO THE TEACHERS OF BRAD- Martha ,
Minnie Bessent Fripp May '
Suitcases of all kinds. Sternberg's. FORD COUNTY.All Fripp, of Live Oak; Marie Livingston,I I have had twenty-four years experience in. :
L. G. Sibley, owner of the former .
|j Bryan place the Kingsley road, the teachers of Bradford countyare Florence Matthews, Anna Canova, On-
on received
Among those who prizes at Mitchell Well drilling in Florida.
Turner Cleo
in the ie Edwards, Neva -
to meet
t showed from of his requested CountyTeachers'
us an orange one the county fair at Lake Butler were
Alma Clark Frances Clark, Carrie
trees, which was'. curiosity. It had a for Association at Lake Butleron ,
Rev. L. W. Kickliter, second prize
Belle Weeks, Carrie Darby, Doris I guarantee to satisfactorily complete all
: protuberance looking exactly as if a the best exhibit of agricultural prod- the 11th of November. The coun-
section of the peel from another or- ucts, and Mrs. L. W. Kickliter, who ty associations are a great power for Scott, Mabel Darby Gladys Prescott,
ange had been glued on to it. received a prize for the best home- the good of the professors and the Etta Register, Lunette Register, Ag- --CONTRACIS z Jt
Gardiner Gladys Gardiner, Kath-
children of the schools. I hope every nes ,
made ruf. teacher will be present. leen Alvarez,Aileen Alvarez, Ella May Raiford, :..: Florida i

F. G. SCHELL, Long, Hazel Brown, Olive Ray, Clara k
PROVE I IT r3t', Read the Bradford County Telegraph Superintendent, and member of the Moitt, Amelia Ray, Eunice Robinson, -
Warren ,Emma Darby, Eva
,. -the home paper. Association. Edyth- .-,
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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER Iff'Mil. {

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!rI ROUMANIA DOING EL OFF PASO UNITED MAKING STATES MILLIONS SOLDIERS'OLD KING COTTON CIGAR PRICES MAY BE RAISED. SHERIFF MANGUM RUB OUT PAtN--,; J


Manufacturers are Face to Face With
with good oil liniment.

, HARD FIGHTING Mexicans Crossing Buy Rations Border Also.Every Dayto ON THE THRONEGreat Serious Problem. OUT WITH FACTS the The surest best rubbingMUSTANG way to top hnrnceat; J them h.:

. TAMPA, Nov. 7.-Probably never

I :: EL PASO, Tex., Nov. 6.-Residents before in the history of the cigar in- -

of this harvest of This Year is dustry have the manufacturers here He Feels it His
' t Balkan Nation Stoutly Resisting city are reaping a Staple Crop Declares Duty I,
gold from United States soldiers on been as "hard hit" as at the present

: 1 Campaign of Germans. the border and from Mexicans who Worth Two Billion Dollars. time. Higher prices for cigars seems to Say a Good Word For the

seek food and shelter in inevitable and something must be
forced to I
1 Holding Fast in North. Texas.are Costly new homes are being Near Twenty Cent Mark. done in the near future, according to Medicine That Has Helped LINIMENT; ;

those engaged in the business who de-
erected on the gray-brown hills that -
clare the increase in of material Him So Much.
LONDON, Nov. 6.-The Central encircle the city. Hundreds of new WASHINGTON, Nov. 6.-The cot- cost
powers continue to devote their military automobiles roll through the streets ton crop of 1916, one of the smallest brings on a crisis that must be met in ff Good for the Ailments c/-"

I attention to Roumania, but with and large hotels are crowded nightly in recent years', will yield a return of: some manner. "Tanlac has certainly helped me, Horses, Mules, Cattle, EtaGood i

I I King Ferdinand's soldiers, fighting with soldiers and officers and thoseare $2,000,000,000 to farmers and manu- Manufacturers are loathe to raise and I recommend it to others for whatit

/ with their backs to the wall, have been being enriched. The surrounding. facturers in Southern States. Two the price of their products. Dealers has done in my case," said Hon. C. faryolu ctcn Act

I. .J giving as much as they have been receiving towns are bitterly jealous of El Paso, years ago the entire South was plead- make a small margin of profit on cigars W. Mangum, of Atlanta, sheriff of Pains, Rheumatism, Spraint,

during the week. Abandoning for the Pass City is said to be reaping ing with merchants and dealers to buy anyway and the result will be, Fulton county."I Cuts, Buna Etc.

: the Dobrudja province to Von Macken- from $1,500,000 $4,000,000 a month cotton at ten cents a pound. Todaythe that the consumer, will ultimately have personally recommended it 2Sc. 50c. $I. At In Data
.
sen's victorious army, the Roumanians from the soldiers. mills, with their coffers bulging, as usual, have to stand the raise. to a great many people. I know of at t

I have been concentrating their troops Mexicans refugees are forced to pay are snapping up the staple at 19 cents, Whether Tampa cigar manufacturerswill least fifteen or twenty families who 1t

; against Gen. Von Falkenhayn's forces, well for what they get in El Paso, with every prospect of its going to 20 act in a body or as separate in- have bought it on my say so. ,

t, seeking to invade the country through whose population of 60,000 is nearly cents before the first of the year. In dividuals in solving their problems is "I am 70 years old, and have most ---- I
the mountain passes between Transylvania half Mexican. Even the Mexicanson addition, cotton seed is bringing 85 not known at the present time. always been pretty strong and healthy

and Roumania, and not only the north side of the Rio Grande to 90 cents a bushel, or $60 a ton, Since the beginning of the Europeanwar until here lately I have been in a ner-

have the allied Roumanian and Rus- have the fever,for making money and which is the highest price ever knownin the problems of Tampa cigar vous, worn-out, run-down condition. COTTON FARM :1

sian armies succeeded in practically are ever ready to take advantage of the history of cotton culture in the manufacturers gradually become more My stomach was upset most of the

halting the German leader, but their their countrymen in distress.El South. Wheat, corn, barley and all complicated. The exportation of Cuban time, and I digested my food poorly. tt

counter-attacks have regained considerable Paso is Enjoying SensationThe forms of agricultural products are tobacco to Europe has not increased Most always after eating I would havea

ground at important places. location of El Paso is such that bringing record prices and the end is but the war has advanced practic- full, uncomfortable feeling that :

I Roumania is making a hard fight to lines of communications from Mexico not yet. ally every element entering into the would last for several hours. For Sale

escape the fate of Belgium and Serbia, seem to focus at this point. Almost Cotton farmers in the South already cigar industry. Among other things After taking the second bottle of ,

t but it is too early to predict the out- every day an unnamed "refugee" or" :. are planning for their spring crop. the increased activity along other lines Tanlac the fullness and all the disag-

i come. Russia is sending reinforce- "mining man" or "Carranza adherent, They will secure early seed and have it has made labor hard to find in tobacco greeable symptoms disappeared, and I

... ments as rapidly as possible, in addi- appears on the border with a story in the ground early in order to head growing districts. Consequently laboris my condition is now that of a well manI Cheap ;
: tion to instituting vicious attacks on I that Villa is again raising Cain, or off the boll weevil. They will cultivate much higher. In Cuba the great now eat heartily without bad ,
'
I the Galician\ front to hold German that Carranza is losing his pull, or constantly and use fertilizers intendedto boom in the sugar industry has changed after effects, and I sleep well at any night.

. 'i. t : troops there, while England, France that Gen. Pershing has advanced his push thec rop and keep off pests. the people from the growth of tobacco "Tanlac seemed to be just what I
increased column deeper into :Mexico.: He is received Record Return From
and Italy are bringing pres- Crop to sugar cane and created a needed to put my system in shape,
sure to bear on the German and Aus- with acclaim. Texas politiciansshout The cotton crop of the South this.. shortage in clear Havana leaf. and has toned me right Under the
up.
hold all the possible : "See there. We are tremblingin will return $1,300,000000. ,- One good at
trian lines to troops year growers In the case of the shade grown wrap- circumstances, I think it perfectly natural crop
t these fronts. France also has our beds nights for fear of a raid If to this is added 3,000,000 bales
on per the cost of labor is much higher. for me to say a good word for
I sent Gen. Bertholet, a famous strat- across the border. We must be pro- held from former crops, the cotton return -
The cost of cheese cloth, under whichit it and recommend it to my friends. prices should
of the Rou- tected. More troops! More troops! for raw materials will total present
I egist, to take command an is grown, together with fertilizer, Among the large number of promi- .
manian general staff, and over a hunt Army experts who have studied the additional $200,000,000. Southern cot-
I packing and shipping facilities, has nent men in public life in the South '
dred aviators to act as eyes for the situation in Mexico and on the Texas ton mills this year will consume 4- soared skyward. Throughout, however who have recently given Tanlac their pay for property I
border have arrived at the conclusionthat
bales to
armies. 000,000 adding $360,000,000
I Roumanian the has been able to
: consumer pur- unqualified endorsement for the specific ""'"
Von :Mackensen Holds Key the El Paso cries are due to a the influx of cash that will find its way chase his the and
cigar at same price aid to them are Hon. McKenzie i
Field Marshal Von Mackensen and combination of 20 per cent of fear and into the South during crop. the brunt of the burden has been borne Moss, judge of the Eighth Kentucky Act

f his army hold the key to the situation. 80 per cent of a desire for fat pick- This mean that the ) its by the manufacturer.There judicial circuit; Hon. Moses R. Glenn, Quick
is overrunning the Do- ings. by-products will thelnt 0,000
t This force now
j is a question among the local Kentucky state superintendent of
but this is sort of a to the South.
brudja province
I cigar manufacturers as to whether the printing; Col. John B. Gaines, editor
Hind alley, leading nowhere. To the HELP THESE WORTHY PEOPLE.The The cotton crop is the
.
price of the cigar shall be advanced or and publisher of the Bowling Green
north, the wide reaches of the Danube last week containedan South than any other. It brings cash size decreased to meet the situa- Daily News George W. Hinton for-
the ,
'f''f't't' Telegraph ;
I I river and the marshes on either sidemake from the East and the West, and from
account of the burning of the homeof tion. It is a certainty there will be mer secretary of the Warren County W. E. DavisStarke
j it for even a secondrateI Europe. This fresh cash is in excessof
easy B. Watsonig, northeast of town. The no change in the materials used and Equity League; President Pegg of the t
1 invasion of Rus- other agricultural products and
to
I an
: prevent all the of the The Newport Business College and oth- >
family lost everything, including quality Tampa output. ,
: sia. Running northward from Cern- means that much more toward the pur-
the corn and other feed grown on their latter is one thing the manufacturersin ers.
i 1 t ovada, the Danube separates Dobrud- chase of agricultural implements, the Fla.
I -J ja from the rest of Roumania, and the place this year. Persons who have an payment of mortgages and the improvement unison protest against. The ma- Among those prominent in commer- ,
I abundance of corn and feed can do a jority of them are of the opinion their cial life who have more recently en-
I with and diversificationof
of stock
river wide and deep,
,
, very very good deed by contributing some of it business is one of individuality and dorsed Tanlac
I are C. C. Cooper,
1 marshes on both banks, makes cross- crops in the cotton belt. pres- t r rr.
. I ing a very difficult affair, especiallyin to these deserving people. they will have to work out their own ident of the Georgia Cotton Oil Company -

the face of an opposing force on ANOTHER VIOLENT DEATH salvation. Lawrenceville, Ga.; 'H. W. Hill, {
the opposite bank. WAR DEPARTMENT APPROVES Another feature of the question with bank president of South Pittsburg,

I The only bridge across the streamin UPPER ST. JOHNS DRAINAGE. FOLLOWS BANK ROBBERYAt which local manufacturers have to Tenn.; J. F. Carroll, cotton mill super- General Insurance ::

that sector was the one at Cernovo- cope is the scarcity of cigarmakers.With intendent of Chattahoochee, Ga.; C.
da, which the Roumanians destroyed, the exception of the smaller M. Conover, of Foote & Davies, At- I represent none but FIRST .'

: so Von Mackensen faces a very difficult During the past month an important Homestead-Charged With factories in the city it is safe to say lanta, Ga.; and S. S. Shepard, ex-city CLASS companies and will be ';,

task in throwing his army across decision was rendered by the United all factories would employ decidedly councilman, Atlanta. constantly on the alert tp promote ::
"I'I States war department affecting the Hiring Men to Rob Bank larger forces were the experiencedhelp your interests. Guarantee 1
1 the Danube. But he must do this if Tanlac can be obtained from C. P.
he is to be of any further aid to Von development of Florida farm lands, -Makes Sixth Death. available. It takes the average Cason in Starke; in Lake Butler by courteous treatment to all pa. ._
which will be of than passing in-
' ( i Falkenhayn in closing in on Bucharest, more person about six months to learn to Tomlinson-Maines Drug Company; in trons. A well written policy by

t f the Roumanian capital, and on the teiest to our readers. make cigars. The cigarmakers union Hampton by the Hampton Pharmacy; a first-clans agent in a first-
I
1 success or failure of this move depends After numerous ezhaustive investigations PUNTA GORDA, Nov. 6.-Follow- designated the number of apprenticesand in Lawtey by the Cash Drug Store; in class company sometimes meant
I the war department has approved ing his arrest on a warrant charginghim manufacturers find that numberto
largely the fate of Southern Raiford by the Weaver Drug Com-
f much in case of loss by fire.
of the drainage plans of the with the of
in
complicity robbery be quite insufficient. A school for
I Roumania. pany; in Worthington by R. T. Taylorand
i
t: j i Bad Weather Halts Operations upper St. Johns drainage system, andit the Bank of Homestead at Homestead, cigarmakers has been suggested as one in Sampson City by C. A. Smith. H. C. RICHARD Starke "
I i. Rainy fall weather has greatly curtailed ;s now possible for the supervisorsof in September, R. C. Addison, agent means of getting around the labor -Advertisement. ,

I' operations on the other fronts. the district to proceed to apportionthe here for the Gulf Refining Company, question but such a thing has not been "
i
\ It is interfering with the British and benefits of the drainage which will committed suicide here this afternoonby put into action on account of compli- .',,-.-
1'I! I French in the Somme river sector of be done through a careful survey, determine shooting himself through the head.It cations that would necessarily arise. DON'T THROW AWAY YOUR 1' 1We

France, and also with the French activities the amount of the bond issue was a 3 o'clock and Deputy Sheriff Just at this time of the year thereis __".uI f1J :

: north of Verdun, where the necessary and place the bonds on the Carlton had served the warrant on Ad- decidedly more work in Tampa thanat MONEYby Manufacture "4''" -'f

I I Germans have been trying in vain for market.As dison at the door of the latter's of- any other time. Christmas ordersare METALCEILINGSSHINGLES o
I I soon as the bonds are sold the fice. Addison to be allowed to I
asked
; the last ten days to rewin the ground being filled as rapidly as it is pos-
. ; captured by the French in their sur- contract for constructing the drainage straighten up some papers on his desk, sible. It is understood that the ma- selling to Peddlers. You can get
canal will be let to the lowest possible which request was granted. He shot jority of manufacturers behind
, prise attack, which drove the Germans are much better prices by shipping directto
almost completely from the Verdun bidder and the work will proceed. All himself as he stood at his desk. even at the present time. ROOFINGAND
this ispossible within six months' time. Addison, familiarly known here as usWe
I' plateau. We are not informed as to the lengthof "Tish," has been burdened recently 07HSR SHEET METAL
Save for Gen. Brussiloff's attacks
time that will be to TEACHERS' INSTITUTE buy Metals, Rubber, Rags, MATERIAL *
t on the German and Austrian lines in required com- with charges of having burned the fish BUILDING

i Galicia and Volhynia, obviously in- plete exceed the drainage two but it The will total probablynot cost houses on the railroad dock here sev- Sacks, Bones, Etc, Etc, and pay Write To Day For Catalofuaand .
years. eral months ago. It is not believed
tended as a counter stroke to German

:t activities in Roumania, there is no will approximate three million dol- here that Addison had anything to do To Be Held at Lake Butle- on Highest Prices & Give Prompt Special 1 Quotations *

. fighting on the Eastern front. Deep lars.The with the robbery, as he, as well as I November 11th. :THE fi t1EJAl fbooSoIACOCSONVILU
i I snows have halted operations in the upper St. Johns drainage dis- his brother, Locke Addison, also arrested Returns.Price "c 1 .'LA. J7
Carpathian mountains, while the trict lies on the East Coast of Florida here today on similar charges, 4.'
between Cocoa and Fellsmere, takingin were here at the time of the crime. List mailed on application.
northern end of the line in Russia is Program as follows: '
the upper St. Johns valley and con- The deceased leaves a wife and one r
hopelessly mired in the autumn mud. 9 a. m. Invocation-Rev. L. A. -
Rain and snow have also halted Italian sists of about 265,000 acres of rich son, a youngster of ten years. The Rawls. I .'

: operations along the Isonzo river muck marsh lands unavailable for ag warrant charges that the two Addisons Welcome Address-Mayor Wilson. THE PENINSULAR METAL CO. COFFINS CASKETS :
riculture. The tract is about forty hired Frank Rice and his associatesto I : .
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t and in the Trentino Alps, while the Response-E. M. Knight. ,
And
full line ofUndertakers'
miles in length and approximately 14 rob the bank. JACKSONVILLE FLA. a
, Macedonian campaign apparently has Address, Supt. Schell. Subject- ,
in width the in
miles
. reached a deadlock, in which the bad property lying Is Sixth Death in the Case. 'Present Day School Conditions and Supplies .
t the counties of Brevard, St. Lucie, Or-
1 weather has played an important part. ange and Osceola.: The death of Addison makes the Tendencies." Drives Out Malaria,Builds Up SystemThe Always on hand. The best service I

Approval of the plans last month sixth in the case following the robbery Address, "The Ideal Rural School: Old Standard general strengthening tonic. at the lowest prices. Special
RIVERS OF GASOLINE. What Should Constitute GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC,drives .
: of the bank early in Septemberby It? -E. R. out attention orders.
ends which has to telegraph
a long controversy existed Jlalariaeorichu the blood.and builds up the lytI'm. .
between the war department and Frank and Leland Rice Hugh Al- Poppell. A true tonic. For adults .od children :50c.'Ask .
:i We will consume, in this country, the property owners for about 15 derman and Jim Tucker. The bandits Discussion. A. Draper. Registered Embalmer
got only $4,300, according to a state- "The Necessity for Sound Promotion
this year almost 2,000,000,000 gallons years, since the time when George
! ment made From the Grades"-R. H. Terry, S. S. "-
i! of gasoline; which is the equivalent of Hopkins Melbourne:: first conceivedthe by Alderman after his ar DeWITT C. JONES ;

I..t f a stream six feet wide and one foot idea of draining the lands. The rest.Charlie Williams N.Dowling G. Hall., A. B. Shaw, L. R. Green and Your Grocer0 Suc'sr to G C. Livingston & Co :.
and two Henderson :
! deep flowing at the rate of one mile an approved plans were submitted to the Starke Fla. t
Noon.
i i hour. Five years ago gasoline: retailed department about six months ago, following brothers, members of the posse following For .. ,
' ; at 35 cents in England and from their completion by Isham Ran- the bandits through the Ever- 1 p. m. Interscholastic Athletics- --- '".
j and who had been glades, were the first victims of the Opened by L. R. Green. Open discus- '
t i 40 to 75 cents on the Continent, dolph and Company, :;,.
those who 40 to draw affair, both being shot by the robbers. sion.
. there are even predict employed by the promoters CHEEKNEALSCOFFEES
Jim Tucker drowned NN t+t+t + .w.Ht" IH .;
was and Leland 1:45
"Why Thorough
; b cent gasoline here some day. Recent them. a Knowledgeof 1
Rice was killed at the end of the chase I Reading and Spelling is an Abso- :
improvements in refining have considerably The work of canaling the property COMER L. PEEK
I increased the percentage of under the plan devised by Mr. Hopkinswas when he, Alderman and Frank Rice, lute Necessity" Discussion opened by ;Sf 7:

i i gasoline extracted, and inventors are : stopped by an injunction issued at were rounded up on Chockoluskee island Miss Haskel, followed by Mrs Bessie Florida Kcal Estate, Land ad:1
I. confident of perfecting carburetors I the instigation of the war department.This by authorities of Lee county. McGruder, :Mrs.: Terry, Mrs Fannie i

I which will use kerosene; but for the was followed some years later by Frank Rice was badly injured, but is Morton, Olive Ray, Mattie Stalsby. : Timber Eipcrt.S3 : .
I present we are confronted with a decrease the organization of the upper St. Johns said to be improving now 2:30 Business session. 4;

I' in the gasoline content of the drainage district, largely through the Hugh Alderman, caught several Election of officers.Adjournment. Best By Every Test years Experience at Stark .,.:(:
j.
! t older oil wells, and an insufficient capacity efforts of Col. Frank L. Bills, of :Melbourne : days after this last clash, made a com- 44 444.tb ,*4 +t....N \ R
; in the refining plants. Our eX- under the state drainage law plete confession to Sheriff Dan Har- .
I ports, however, of gasoline in 1915 passed in 1911. die upon their arrival in Miami. It """"

t ] were considerably less than in 1914, The plan of drainage drawn by Mr. was said at the time that he implicated f I

! l although more crude oil was sent Randolph and approved by the depart- others, but nothing was done until i

p. abroad. There is also a strong probability ment, provides for drainage of the yesterday, when it is supposed the authorities -

I ;; t that, with the reconstruction flood district into the salt waters of in arresting the two Addi- HULL'S DEPARTMENT
1 and resumption of business abroad at the Indian river, instead of carrying it sons at Punta Gorda, acted on the information STOREWe

,j t the close of the war, consumption here down the St. Johns river for about 200 furnished by Alderman.the .

; a will be much greater than now. Hor- miles as under present natural condi

ses will be scarce and time will be tions. The plan povides for three main development, which is by far the buy in exchange Corn, Sweet Potatoes, Eggs, Chickens and other Produce.We .

everything, and the motor car and the canals from the St. Johns river over largest of its kind ever proposed in sell Groceries Hardware
Crockery and Glassware Furniture
truck will receave a great impetus. the property to the Indian river, eachto the South. Shoes, Hats, Oils,

Just how long the present oil wells will be approximately fourteen miles in While the district consists at pres- Paints, Gasoline, Feeds, Fertilizers, Lime and Brick. We buy Phoslime in solid! car ,
continue to produce or when and where length, 125 to 130 feet wide and four- ent of about 265,000 acres of land the .
{ t new oil fields will be discovered, no teen to thirty-five feet deep. Numerous value of which is very small from an lots and are prepared to make low prices. We give good measure and an honest

,,. i one can say with certainty Before smaller feeder canals from all agricultural point of view, completionof weight to all. Yours for the Square Deal, .

I i that day arrives, however, it is fair to parts of the district into these main the drainage system will increase I

expect that chemists will have founds arteries of drainage will make in all this acreage to about 350,000 acres,

some substitute, or inventors a method about 250 miles of canalways. valuing at least $100 an acre. Thusit NEWELL B. .

J : I of making one gallon do the work of According to information obtained can be seen that the State of Florida HULL

more.-H. H. Windsor in Popular Mej -: from Isham Randolph and Company, it, will gain materially in wealth from

chanics. will take about two years to complete the completion of the canal system.




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I! FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA. PAGE NINE


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. . . f++++ 11111111111111..'II.. NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED 4 in F. N. Andrews add to Lake Butlt-r. Sec.
il! JOY GOES %WITH '> I'S + 4 NEGROES CAUSES UNDER SECTION 8 of CHAPTER 29. Tp. 5. S. R. 20 E.. assessed Unknrwn.
f > GUAYULE RUBBER + CHURCHES. + 4s88, LAWS OF FLORIDA. Certificate No. 161 embraces the S\VV* of

'!> Hereby notice is given that W. C. Foster. NEH and SEVi of NWU. See. 28, Ti. 7, S. _
4 R. 21 E., 80 acres, assessed J. T. Lovelace.
+ purchaser of tax sale certificates numbered _
L y A Possibility for Southern Agri- 4' NORTH respectively 109, 16S ITS and 186 issued by Certificate No. 169 embraces the following:
RE-CREATIONOF BAPTIST-Rev. W. G. Law. + TROUBLE
culture. the Tax Collector for Bradford County. Florida Beginning 210 ft K.. of NY/ cor of NW4 of
4 Sunday school, 9:45 A. M. + each of said certificates being dated the NEofSec.6andranS21OftE49ft.N _
1.l + 3rd day of August A. D. 1914. has filed the 210ftW420fttobeg.See.5Tp.7s. R.
Morning service 11:00 Sunday +
< 1> 1> ( . ; said certificates in my office and has made 22 E 2 acres, assessed Miles Roberson. _
KINGDOM + 7:30 P. M. Visitors cor- + Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
POUSH application for tax deed to issue in accord-
i Fortunes were being made in Coa- + dially invited to attend. + Large Number of Killings and ance with law. The said certificates respectively according to law tax deed will issue thereon _
the 13th
on day of
huila, Mexico, before the outbreak of embrace the following lands in November A. D. 1916.
,. + Bradford county. Florida assessed at the date Witness my official signature and seal this _
the revolution the culture ofa
through CHRISTIAN-W. H. Coleman + Disorders are Reported in of the issuance of such certificates in the the 11th day of October A. D. 1916. > .
native silver-colored shrub. The Ma- (Seal) W. T. WEEKS,
T names respectively hereinafter particularly set
MANIFESTOS ARE minister. the first + 10-13-5L
r Preaching Clerk Circuit Court
IMPERIAL dero family had developed large plantations Northern Camps. forth. to-wit: ;.
and third Sundays in each + Certificate No. 109 embraces the KKVi of t '

Ii; READ BEFORE ASSEMBLY capitalists, which, among were whom sold were to New included York : month. Forenoon sermon at 11 + SE'i.assessed See.A. 25.V. Long.Tp. 6. S. R. 22 E., 40 acres, NOTICE UNDER OF APPLICATION SECTION ft OF FOR CHAPTER TAX DEED i._ _

,!; and evening sermon at 7:30. + WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. 6.- Certificate No. 169 embraces the SEVi of 4888. LAWS OF FLORIDA.
the Guggenheims of smelter fame. The Hereby notice i is
given that
Carnival Times in Church board meeting the first + Whether the importation of Southern WVi. Sec. 4. Tp. 7. S. R. 22 E., 40 acres, purchaser of tat sale H. M. Oia tain
certificates
and numbered
jt Merry-making plant grew wild over the central plateau assessed S. S. Chandler.
Sunday in each month. Loyal + negroes into the North has been pri- Certificate No. 175 embraces the SWU of respectively 118 and 119 issued by the U\ collector -

1 Warsaw Accompanying Official of Mexico, but readily respondedto P Daughters meet every Friday + marily a political movement or in response NE ; and SW of SE of NW .. See. 11. said certificate for Bradford being eturty.dated Florida, each of _
cultivation, giving increased growth Tp. 7, S. R. 22 E.. 50 assessed L. M. the 3rd day of
: :r Birth of New Liberties. afternoon at 4 o'clock. Ladies + to a labor demand the fact remains Little. acres August. A. D. 1914. has filed the said certi
.I and increased storage of rubber in its Aid the + that it has been followed Certificate No. ficates in my office and hat made apulfcstion t
Society meets first Fri- by 186 embraces the SE!% of
tissues. It belongs to the aster family for tax deed to issue in acordance with law.
in each month + sociological devalopments of NE14 and WHj of NEU and SE>-4. Sec. 3.
day at 3:30 p. m. an extremely The said certificates respectively: embrace the
: ; Nov. 6.-The manifesto and is known among the learnedas Tp. 8. S. R. 22 E., 280 acres, assessed Un-
WARSAW, Sunday school every Sunday + grave character in many sections known. following lands in Bradford county Florida
,; William and Emperor Parthenium argentatum, while the of the North where Unless said certificates shall be redeemed assessed at the date of the issuance of such
of Emperor at 10 a. m. Everybody welcome + these colored according .
certificates in the
. nameA respectively hereinafter
J again calling into exis- world has accepted its Aztec name of to law. tax deed will issue thereonon -
Joseph have been
Francis at these services.EPISCOPAL + man colonized. particularly set foith to-wit: :
the I7th day of November A.
D.
1916.
; the ancient kingdom of Polandwas guayule. Its value lies in the fact These Certificate No. 118 embraces the fol! developments have Witness
tence P 4 taken the my official signature and seal this _
at noon today to the assembled that it secretes rubber of excellent form of the 24th day of October. A. D. 1916. Com at NW cor of MaJis and Myrtle sts
read waves of crime for which and '
+ Dr M. M. Fryer + the run W along Maditon St 210 ft. thence
in both root and stem and that W. T. WEEKS. .
quality
in the ,
Polish representatives royal imported S along said st 334 ft to pt of beg in Gas-
negroes are responsible. The
10-27-61.
Seal
Governor General Von Bess- its culture involves fewer difficulties 4' priest in charge. Sunday school + situation in ( ) Clerk Circuit Court. kins add to Starke See. 29, Tp. 6, S. R. 2? E.,
palace by at 10 + some parts of the North N 334 ft thence E 210 ft to Myrtle It. thence
than commercially rubber plant a. m. Morning
prayer
any
Jer has become so serious that different NOTICE OF APPLICATION 2 acre*. assessed L. M. Little.
FOR TAX DEED
Outside in the great square before yet discovered.The I + and sermon, 11: o'clock. Even- + branches of the federal governmentare UNDER SECTION 8 of CHAPTER Certificate No. 119 t-icbraes the following:
court of Heavens to which the + ing and 7:00 + 4888, LAWS OF FLORIDA. Com at SW cor of Madison and Myrtle its
and in the spacious genus prayer sermon,
the castle making a close investigation. As and run S along Myrtle it 105 ft, thence W
yard of the venerable fourteenth cen- two principal Amazonian rubber trees .. + o'clock. Choir rehearsal, Wednesday + long as the negroes remain in the Hereby notice is given that T. J. Alder. at right angles to said st 105 ft thence S
the belong> require six to seven before man purchaser of tax sale certificates numbered parallel with said st 105 ft. thence W at right
tury pile, inhabitants gathered by years 7 p. m. Come and wor- + South, where they understand the respectively 91 and 202, issued by the angles to said st 105 ft. thence N 210 ft to
thousands to attend the ceremony of coming to maturity, so that they + ship with us.METHODISTRev.. white men and the whites understandthem Tax Collector for Bradford County Florida. Madison st. thence E along Madison s*. 210
the rebirth of may be tapped, and experience in rubber Said certificates being dated August 3rd. 1914 ft to pt of beg in Gaskin add to Starke, See.
as
what is designated + they get along well but and October 5th, 1914
enough, respectively has filed 29, Tp. 6, S. R. 22 E., assessed L. M. Lit
the Polish nation. orchards has shown a disappointing John A. 4 it seems that new environment in the said certificates in my office and has made tle. ..
was short and simple. quantity of milk that may safelybe Northern application for tax deed to issue in accordance Unless said certificati shall be redeemed
. The ceremony off the Hendry, pastor. Sunday school 4 communities has caused the with law. The said certificates respectively according to law tax deed will issue thereon
drawn
at
At noon General Von Beseler, wearing one tapping, so at 9:45 A. M. ser'P negroes to throw off restraints and get ambrace the following lands in Bradford on the 13th day of November, A. D. 191*.
for the reduction yield is matter of ounces annum Morning County Florida, assessed at the date of the Witness
. the decorations granted a per into trouble, which is alike unfortunatefor my official signature and seal. this
t and the Polish fort- instead of pounds where the best horticultural vice, 11:00 o'clock; evening them issuance of such certificates in the names respectively the 11th day of October A. D. 1916.
Antwerp and
of for the communities into hereinafter particularly set forth (Seal) W. T. WEEKS
: resses, mounted the dais in the Gala practice prevails.The .' service, 7:30 o'clock.PRESBYTERIANRev., which they have been imported. to-wit 10-13-5t Clerk Circuit Court.
castle Castilloa tree has not proved a Certificate No. 91 embraces Iota 3, 4 of Blk
of the old Jagellonian
ballroom Reports to governmental authorities 19 in Worthingtoo Springs. assessed T. C. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. .
and in the name of Germany's sovereip success in cultivation. This memberof H. G. 4 from Carlisle, Pa., are to the effect Douglass. Department of the int.-riot, U. S. Lan officeat
read the imperial manifesto. the fig family yields the rubber of Dennison, Pastor. Sunday 4 that there have been Certificate No. 202 embraces the S% of NEU Gainesville, Fla. Ort -.' 1916. ,'
six murders in of SEK and W% of SEVi of SW',. See. 12, Notice is hereby given that William C. Starr _
When he ceased, the Polish Count lower Mexico and Central America, as school at 9:45 A. M. Preach- P that section in a short time by Southern Tp. I. S. R. 22 E., 40 acres assessed Un of Starke Florida. who on July 15. 1911 made _
: Hutton-Czzapski, the palace command- well as that from the forested areas ing services at regular hours. 4 negroes brought there known. homestead entry No. O'lOll! for NW Quarter
. ostensiblyat Unless said certificates shall be redeemed according af section 10. Township 6 & Range 23 4 Tal
the butts
eastern
of the Andes
mant, read from a leather-bound pam- on slope, Morning service at 11 A. M.; least, for work on construction fang to law. tax deed will issue thereon lahassee Meridian has filed notice of intent -
phlet to the Polish notables a transla- return from tapping is too small to Evening service, 7. Visitors and in the munition plants. Besides on the PTth day .November A. D. 1916. n to make five ye..r {roof to establish
Witness my official signature and claim to the land above described befort Clerk
seal this
of
tion of the manifesto in their own lan- be profitable, and the destruction 4 cordially invited to worship 4 being responsible for six murders the the 24th day of October A. D. 1916. Circuit Court at Stark Florida, on tile 23rd _
guage. the plant has not been found to pro- with us. 4 imported negroes have been implicated W. T. WEEKS. day of November, 1911. 1 i
the hitherto duce sufficient to for the long 10-27-6t (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. Claimant name as witnesses:
Then came cheers from pay period ..... .111111111111 1 1 ++*++ in a series of robberies, minor affrays Joseph Starling, of I.awrOy. Florida.1
silent crowd; cheers for Poland, Em- of culture. and fights and have brought James Hornsby of Stark. Florida. J .
WE ONLY: ASK. a NOTICE OF ELECTION. Hardy William of SUrkt. Florida. < _
peror William, Emperor Francis Jo- Guayule, however, nas already been literal wave of crime to that sectionof C. C. Ward. of Starke. Florida. ? _

seph, for Germany and the Germans, demonstrated a commercial success, at Starke has a public park, and this Pennsylvania, the authorities de To the Sheriff of Bradford County, of the BOUT.. W. DAV3S.10lStt _
and for General Von Beseler. Presi- least under Mexican conditions, and fact is suddenly remembered when clare. State of Florida: : B'glst.r.ps,
a Be it known. That I, H. Clay Crawford
dent Brudzinski, of the recently elected more recent experience in California picnic is being held here once a yearor Secretary of State of the State of Florida, do

city council, rector of the universityof indicates a great future for it even so, but at other times forgotten.The Read the Telegraph. hereby give GENERAL notice that a .

Warsaw, advanced before the dais with the high,.labor cost prevailing in reason for its is be held in ELECTIONwill
unpopularity Bradford County. State of
and in the Polish tongue gave thanks the United States. /A plant which has probably its ugliness, for it is overgrown 4 + + + + 'P44 + + + + + + Florida en Tuesday next succeeding the first $

: for the imperial decree. He asserted been shown to produce as much as 28 with tall pine saplings and is + LEGAL NOTICES PNOTICE Tuesday Monday being in November the'SEVENTH A. D. 1916. the said

i the determination of the Poles would per cent of its net dry weight in rubber situated on low ground. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + DAY OF NOVEMBER

f be found worthy of the liberties con- worth over 27 cents per pound, a Strange as it may seem, the city OF ELECTION. For Florida United for State six yean Senator from from March the 4. Stateof 19}7.

ferred and asked that as the first step plant moreover, that demands 'the sandier clay pit is becoming more and more Starke. Fla.. Nov. 6. For Six (6) Presidential Electors. ESPECIAILLY
toward the formation of the govern leaner, dryer soils, and which popular afternoon resort. By the power vested in them by the school For one Representative of the Second Con- .
as a Sunday laws of Florida the Board of Public Instruction gres ional District of the State of Florida .
ment a regent be appointed for the thrives in a dry climate, is worthy of The reason is two-fold. The paths of Bradford county hereby orders an election in the Sixty-fifth Congress of the United ADAPTED

kingdom, since the time was not ripe serious attention. leading to it are pleasant to walk held in Theressa Special Tax District No. States.
nomination of the hereditary up- 1 on the 8th day of December, 1916, for the For Governor of the State of Florida. FOR YOUR STATE
i for the Guayule ranges over the semi-arid on and there is water. No landscape election of three trustee for two years and For Secretary of State of the State of:

! urereign. regions of Mexico, extending north- possesses any charm without this ele to determine the amount of millage to be as Florida. I .
! General Von Beseler replied that ink sessed. John Batten D. W. Moore, Brinson For Attorney General of the State of Flor I
ward from the Sonoran zone as far as ment. Though nothing much to look appointed as managers. I FREE
if the midst of the world war had come the Gila river in Arizona, and also in- at it would make a lovely kodak pic- F. G. SCHELL. ida.For Comptroller of the State of Florida.I I

':! the moment of fulfillment of the long vading Texas and some of the dryer ture. The quiet lanes that lead to it 11-10-41. Secretary. For For Superintendent Treasurer of the of Public State; of Instruction Florida. of; .

: cherished Polish wish for reestablishment localities of Louisiana. On account of afford heart to heart talks for spoony BILL FOR DIVORCE.In the State of Florida. OUR INSTRUCTIVE

J of the Polish kingdom. this extensive habitat, embracing large lovers, and the children delight to Circuit Court, 8th Judicial Circuit of State For of Commissioner of Agriculture of the _

_: "Doubts as to the future," he said, areas in the United States, it seems romp about the pools and to throw Florida.. G. Bradford county.S. For Two Florida.Justices of the Supreme Court of CATALOGUE ANDWEEKLY

4 "can find no place in Polish hearts. It destined to become one of our impotant sticks into the water and to wonder Stephenson vs Bill for Divorce. the State of Florida. ,

:' Will be our task, shoulder to shoulder crops. It withstands extremes of temperature how deep it might be. Lizzie Stephenson. of For Florida.one Railroad Commissioner of the State '

> with the residents of Poland, to carry I the thermometer over a large We ask if our city solons or Civic State of Notice Florida to Appear.The to Lizzie. Stephenson. For State Senator for 15th Senatorial District I S PRICE LIST

: the war to a victorious finish and to often closeto be Greeting: of the State of Florida.
part of its range dropping Club do not think it would a good For Two Members of the House
; heal the wounds of the war. Take pla ; zero. So far as this is concernedit idea to make a pleasure ground of the defendant It having Lizzie been Stephenaon shown by affidavit is a non-re that ident the of the State of Florida. of Representatives -I, SEND FOfl

eel at our side, in confidence whichwe i would therefore appear possible to little city owned tract containing the of the State of Florida, and that the residence For County Judge. .

repay by the magnanimous decision' cultivate it in portions of the We do need of said defendant is near Moniae. in the Stateof For Sheriff.r THEM TODAY.
many clay pit. not any more Georgia that there is no person residing in For ;ezK of 'he Circuit Court.
I of the Austro-German monarchs, who Gulf and South Atlantic states. clay and cannot sell it, for no one the State of Florida, the service of subpoenaupon For County Assessor of Taxes.
puce their seal on the plans for the climate need whom would bind said defendant and For Tax Collector. ,
Although it prefers a dry wants it. A little trimming up that said defendant is over the age of twenty. For County Superintendent of Public In- JN5EED08
unity of Poland. We hope that soon a and even there flourishes on the most not be costly. There are a few stumpsto one years.It ruction. ',.
Polish will be fighting on our inconsiderable is therefore ordered. considered and ad- For County Surveyor.For .
army porous sandy soils, it endures'rain take out and there should be a few Five JACKSONVILLE. FLA
judged that the said defendant Lizzie Steph. County Commissioners.For 9
side in token of the sentiment for development -
: amount. Under the stim- seats and a shelter from the sun. The enson do appear to the Complainants Bill of Three Members of the County Boardof

of the new kingdom. May ulus of heavy precipitation or of irri- pits never go dry, and the water does Complaint herein on or before the 18th day Public Ins traction.For T
all fortune attend the kingdomof of December A. D. 1916 in default whereofa Justice of the Peace in and for the PROHT BY THISDon't :
good it attains sturdy growth, with not breed pipe line
gation a mosquitoes, yet a decree pjro confesso! will be entered againstthe following Justice Districts vii:
Poland." n large root development. The latteris led to it would improve the water and said Lizzie; Stephenson. No. One. Waste Another
A band in adjoining gallery then It is further ordered that this notice be No. Two. Day. IA
an important, since the greater quantity allow the breeding of fish. There need published in the Bradford County Telegraph. No. Three.
struck up the strains of the ancient of rubber is secreted in the roots. be no fence. a newspaper published at Starke in Bradford No. Four. When you are worried by backache;
national anthem, and after a few bars the county Florida. once each week for six consecutive No.: Five.
The heavier the growth, the larger The cost of the work necessary couldbe weeks. No. Six. By lameness and urinary disorders,

had been played, the Poles burst spon- crop. It possesses, however, one peculiar more than paid from the proceedsof IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereuntoset No. Seven. I. Don't experiment with an untried

taneously into the strains which recite habit which is of the utmost importance the trees in the present park if they my hand and affixed the seal of our Circuit No. Eight! medicine.Do .
court on this the Tth day of November A. No. Nine.
the ancient glories, the fallen fortunesand from an economic standpoint were leased for turpentining. D. 1916. No. Ten. as thousands of people are do-

the undying hopes *f Poland. .. Continuously favorable conditions for W. T. WEEKS. No. Eleven. '
minutes the of the (SEAL) Clerk. For Constable >n and for the following Justice ing.Use
Twenty end
saw gJ owth are unfavorable for a large secretion i Guayule is propagated from the seed By C. A. KNIGHT. Districti vii: Doan's Kidney Pills.
.
ceremony, and the participants slowly of rubber. The ideal routine and artificial fertilization of the flower Deputy ClerkA. Number One. Read this Gainesville! resident's experience -

made their way from the palace would be a rapid development to a .. is essential for obtaining reliable re Z.Complainants ADKINS. Solicitor. l-10-6t Number Number Three.Two. :

through the crowded court yard into suitable size, followed by a period of sults. This requires great skill, so that Number Four. D. M. Phifer, grojer, Railroad st., .

the thong outside. drought. Withdrawal of the supply of the plants must be started in nurseries BILL FOR DIVORCE.In Number Number Six.Five. Gainesville, Fla., says: "For several

. water results in prompt storage of under control of experienced horticul Florida.Circuit Bradford Court County., 8th Judicial Circuit of Number Seven. years my kidneys "*re more or less

TURTLES INVADED POND. rubber in the tissues of the plant, and i turists. When the stalk has obtained Lan'er' Deal Number Eight disordered and I stuTered a lot from _

mOle paiticularly in the rr ots. There-; !a diameter of about one-fourth of an VsRemer Number Number Ten.Nine. pain in my back and'right; side: Often

Thousands of vicious snapping tur- fere, it has been looked upon in the .inch it is transplanted to the field in Deal Notice to Appear.To Bill. for Divorce. Number Eleven. I could hardly straighten up after
desirable for : three feet apart the plants Remer Deal Greeting: In testimony whereof I have hereunto set stooping without suoport. At.times
ties first instance as a crop rows ,
some weighing as"much as 100 It having been shown by affidavit that the my hand and affixed the Great Seal of the _
pounds and ranging down to little fellows arid countries where water 'for irri- .standing 18 inches apart in the row. defendant, Remer Deal. is a nonresidentof State of Florida. at Tallahassee, the Capital, the passages of the kidney secretions

invaded the mill pond of the Ge- gation is available. Under irrigationit During the first three years the pur- the State of Florida, and that the residence i.. 1911.this the twenty-fourth day of August A. D. were too frequent and I was obliged
to more perfect is to develop large tonnage. In of said defendant is at Bristol Georgia to get several Umes( during the
nesee Lurqber Company at Genesee, would be subject pose and that there iI no person residing in H. CLAY CRAWFORDD. up
La., and for some time threatened to control with reference to a sustained the fourth year it is desirable to arrest the state of Florida, the service of a subpoenaupon (L. S.) Secretary of State. night. I used Doan'sjKidney Pills andI
To S. B.
Bradford
dose down the mill. The snappers took period of growth until the plant has the growth, if possible, by conditionsof that said whom defendant would bind is over said the defendant age of ,twen.and County. DENMARK. Sheriff/ 9-1- could tell from thq first that I was

possession of the logs and insisted upon attained a proper size to be checked in drouth, so as to produce a heavy secretion ty-one years.It being helped. I ,ant never without

using them for sunning its development, when it would begina of rubber. Even without having is therefore ordered. considered and adJudged NOTICE OF FINAL, DISCHARGE.Six Doan's Kidney Pills? on hand, for I _
purposes.One that the said defendant, Remer Deal.
secretion of the ontrol this condition it seems months after date hereof on to-wit the value them most highly." ,
active gum. over
more to the Bill
pond man came near having his do appear Complainants of Complaint 14th day of January. 1917. I will present my
foot bitten off by a big By Nevertheless, guayule will yield as safe to count upon the minimum har- herein on or before the 4th day of December vouchers and final account to the HonorableGeo. Price 50 cents tt ell dealers., Don't
snapper.
constant fighting the man managed to much as 8 to 10 per cent of rubber under vest previously used as a basis for an pro. A.eonfesso D. 1916.will in be default entered whereof against a thesaid decree county.. A. Florida Gardiner.as County administrator Judge of of Bradford the estate simply ask for a kiijney; remedy-get

keep the sawyer supplied. It required conditions which do not promotethe economic estimate.The Remer DeaLIt pt D. S. Wheeler deceased and asked to Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that _
is further ordered that this notice bepubl'shed
several days to clear the water of peculiar physiological functioningjust plants are pulled up root and in the Bradford County Telegraph be dischraged as such administrator. Mr. Phifer had. Foster Milbum\Co.\ ,

the snappers. mentioned. Even under such relatively all, dried and chopped up fine, after a newspaner published at Starke. in Bradford This the 14th day of D.July W. MANNING.1916. Props., Buffalo, N. Y. ((24)

The management of the Genesee mill unfavorable conditions guayule which the chop is ground in ball mills. County. Florida.weeks. once each week for five consecutive Administrator of the estate of D. S. Wheeler. -4 -

!is unable to account for the unusual constitutes an attractive crop. A fair The comminuated woody tissue, or "ba- IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereuntoset deceased. 7-14-6mo + .. .. 'p'. + + + .

is 25 tons is floated out during the my hand and affixed the seal of our Circuit + +
invasion. It is believed, however, that output of dry plant per acre gasse, pro- Court on this the 1st day of November NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGESix
hurricanes which have swept nearby The period of growth is four years. cess of grinding, and the rubber remains A. D. 1916. months after date I will present to the + SEABOARD TIME TABLE +

waters caused the snappers to migrate. Cost of culture, harvesting, extractionand in the form of elongated worm- (SEAL W. T. WEEKS.Clerk.A. Hon.Bradford Ceo.county.A. Gardiner Florida., as my County vouchers Judge and of ---:- .

They followed the stream which feeds marketing, based upon American like masses, which are washed and S. CREWS. final accounts as Administratrix of the estate + New time tabie! takes effect + _

the Genesee pond and determined to experience, has been found to average compressed into cakes. The principle Complainant's Solicitor. 1135t. of Florida.S. J. deceased Sternbnrg.and late ak of to Bradford be discharged county + 12:01 a. m., Sunday, May 28, '16. + p ___ __

make their homes in the still and pro- not over $200 per year per acre, or sought in grinding is abrasion under as such Administratrix. + Trains will arrivg in Starke as + ,

tected water of the pond. $800 for the crop. Eight per cent of considerable pressure, imitative of the BILL FOR DIVORCE.In This the 18th day cf August 1916. + follows: +

At one time 69 turtles were countedon 25 tons is 4000 pounds and the lowest process of mastication. The Mexican Florida.Circuit Bradford Court.County.L. 8th. Judicial Circuit of Administratrix of ANGIE the estate STERNBURG of S. J.,Stern- 4 ..

one log. Thirty-six took possessionof price ever realized, namely, 27 cents peons were accustomed to chew it out R. HendersonVs burg deceased. /l.l$-6m + Jacksonville to Tampa 4 -

would give the minimum -thus obtaining rubber balls which + No. 1 -------------11:14p.m. .
another pound, crop a
log, indicating the density per Hattie Henderson Bill for Divorce.To NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGESix
.., with which the snappers populated the value of $1080, of $280 net, be- were shown as a curiosity. This custom Hattie Henderson Greeting: months after this date. to-wit on.the 'P No.3 _______________10:40 a. m. -

pond. ing at the rate of $56 net per acre is evidently a survival of aborginal Notice U Appear.It 29th day of January. 1917 I will present to + No.9 _______________ 2:52p.nm. .
been shown affidavit that the
having by the Honorable George A. Gardiner. as County
per annum. Few crops surpass thaton methods of extracting it. Balls of defendant. Hattie Henderson is a non-resident Judge of Bradford County Florida, my vouch- 4 -:-- .

FORGET YOUR ACHES. an average of four consecutive guayule robber are found occasionallyin of the state of Florida. aad that the residenceof ers and final account as executor of the last + Jacksonville to Cedar Key .
mounds Arizonaand said defendant is at Uptonville. Georgia and will and testament of W. H. Rivers deceased + No. 15 _________
years, and scarcely any crop raised on the prehistoric of that there is no one within the State of Florida and ask to be discharged as such executor. ___ 5:04p.rn.P
dry, sandy soil can approach so higha in the cliff dwellings of the Rio service upon whom would bind her. the This the 71st day of July 1916. .
Stiff knees, aching limbs, lame back return. Chico, a tributary of the Aros and said defendant and that said defendant is J. E. FUTCH. + Tampa ta Jacksonville +
the of twenty-one years. of the last Will
over age Executor and Testament of
make life a burden. If you suffer The more fvorable varieties, grown thence to the Yaqui, in the western It is therefore ordered considered and ad- W. H. Rivers, deceased. 728mo. ,+ No. 2 _______-._____ 4:54a.; m. +

from rheumatism, gout, lumbago, neuralgia under the most advantageous condi- part of the state of Chihuahua.The judged that do the said to the defendant Complainant's Hattie Bill Hen.of + No.4 ______________ 3:42p.m.4

get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment tions, yield three times as much rub- possibilities of guayule are very derson.Complaint herein appear on or before the 4th day of NOTICE UNDER OF APPLICATION SECTION 8 OF FOR CHAPTER TAX DEED + No. 10 (Llmited)___ 5:54;; p. "m. + .

the universal remedy for pain. ber, which would increase the averagenet great, and it is not unlikely that it December A. D. 1916. in default whereof a 488S. LAWS OF FLORIDA. 4
be
will entered
Easy to apply; it penetrates without income to over $160 per acre year- may be capable of adaption to sandy I the decree said pro Hattie eonfesso Henderson.It against Hereby notice is given that A. Z. Adkins. + Cedar Key to Jacksonville +

rubbing and barrens in mny parts of the South. It is further ordered that this notice bepubl'ihed purchaser of tax 161 sale certificate numbered I+ No. 14 ______________ 9:27a.m. +
soothes the tender flesh. ly.The in the Bradford County Telegraph respectively 29. and 169 issued by the Tax
Cleaner and more effective than plant has been found susceptible might add to the agricultural possibil- a newspaper published at Starke in Bradford Collector for Bradford county Florida, each of *

sy ointments or poultices. For strainsor mus- of ready varietal changes, so that ities of Louisiana, Florida, Mississippi County Florida, once each week for five consecutive said August certificates A. D. 1914 being has dated filed the the said 3rd day certificates of. + Wannee Traini +
varieties have already Alabama and North Car- weeks. I+ (Daily Except Sunday) *
sprains many distinct Georgia IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto in my office and has made application
sore muscles or wrenched been developed which breed true. olina if the serious study of the plant set my hand and affixed the ml of our Circuit for tax deed to issue in accordance with law. + No. 101 Leave SUrke 6:45 a. m. +

ligaments, resulting from strenuous Through such careful breeding varieties were to be undertaken by the agricultural D.Court 1916.on this the 1st day of November.A. The following said certificates lands in Bradford respectively county.embrace Florida.the + No. 104 arrive!; Starke 2:45 p. m. +

exercise, Sloan's Liniment gives quick have been created which may be experiment stations in those W. T. WEEKS. assessed at the date of the issuance of such + T. J. GRIFFIN, .Agent +

rhef.. Keep it on hand for emergen- counted upon to yield 25 per cent rub- states.-Courtney De Kalb in Manufacturers (SEAL Clerk. certificates after particularly in the set names forth.respectively to-wit: herein. + + -
ces. JOE HILL WILLIAMS. + + + P + + + + + + .
At .
your druggist, 25c. ((1) ber. Record. Complainants $Solicitor 1135t. Certificate No. 29 embrace lot 39 of Blk j


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i ; in a corner of a room and took thencea .The youff man looted
CATTS WINS THE GOVERNORSHIP OF
folded piper "You are >merlcans he tnq

: "Listen to me," spoke the old man, FLORIDA BY LARGE PLURALITY "Don't' you fiLl. ,the work hud; !,,-.,.

EXPERIENCE leaning heavily on the cane he carried RUTHBy "A little,.sh'. But it isn't to '

I as on the wheat fields in the
and invalid."Whea'yoa
as though weak ,
.
Continued From Page 1.)
( I west where we come from."
I take from me that packet

By VICTOR REDCLIFFE.I you rob me of all my available liquid EDITH MILLS HUTCHINSON.It She could; feve bitten her tout ";;'

capital Unless I can borrow to refinance -publican. The vote on the governor in this county by districts was at her :frMsh slip. The 1
my business I am a ruined man looked It, her more C11rloW&(;

man. At least return me one-half of as follows: was three weeks since Jim Kearney Then he loo&n .at-the daughter]

; day was only.a I window-washer one the 50000. Loan it to me, and let me Precinct.* Catts Knott had 'died, leaving, a wife and raised his ha*, :Without repl1ilr.1III
am partner in the Mon
arch Engine company, son-in-law to pay it later.. My word is as good as Lawtey __________________________ 124 25 eighteen-year-old daughter, and Mildred rode on up latched Vie avenue toward lil 1
bond." Kearney had begun to realize: life house. They him. j
a wealthy man and the husband of the my"Not much" sneered the other. "1 Lake Butler _._____________________ 124 136 for the first time.. "It's my nephew Arthur11' S
dearest
little
How it all woman in the world now. want my price and I want it now. Palestine __ ____________:._________ 14 40 For the first time since she had runaway claimed Ml fired ,Kearney. nt.:
came about I will tell you, "
aid there will be a sinister shadowof Here is the paper through which I can Providence __ ____________________ 17 47 from her father's house in Connecticut mustn't let him"know. -
close your establishment tomorrow to become the wife of a was- "No, moth<<. said Ruth. But 4

mour wicked of scheming as well as a gla and prevent you from sending out a Brooker __ ______________________ 88 38 trel, twenty years before. Those had wardly she lie already indnlgni c hi::

tion. rare romance to the narra single engine built on the Levinson Starke ____ ________________1_____ 324 107 been bitter years, when her husband's the daydreaajj. el youth. She bad w}
I and unfaithfulness had made so little reali. ition of any youth. ,
: Graduation from an engineering I patent. Hampton __ ___________.:._-________ 65 14 gambling About
"But I bought the patent. I paid all the future hopeless.: Jim bad noon the next day, when i>
I school left me flat as to cash. I started for it fairly." Raiford __ _______________________ 131 45 drunk, too, but he had not been ac- were intent au their picktngthes ]
\
1 doing out on my first business experience "And 'I hold an earlier transfer in Worthington __ __________________ 32 45 tively unkind to the sweet-faced girl ; man rode up.y'
some drafting for a large con.
this document." of breeding which instinctively recognizing "I want cna of you woman te1*P
w! i cern. They removed another city. New River _______________________ 20 5 in the '
"A forgery!" he had not had the wit to endeavor hulling room, he said &ai*

I { unsuccessful I sought another and position, and was "Can you prove it?" Graham __ ______________________ 25 3 to utilize for his own uplift. roughly. "NO, DOt both of yovi-
getting desperate
was ready to take up the meanest "Unfortunately, no!" groaned the Theressa __ __________.:___________ 41 10 Jim Kearney was a bad lot, and he think the ycunjpr one will do. per?
1 \ wretched John Bowen, "but you know made his wife and child wretched. bly her fingers are nimbler. Whatt_
manual occupation in order to keep "
'I from that it is. Levinson is dead. You But at length he had come to see your name? Is added. ..t."Ruth

-I stood suffering from hunger. have made a clever transfer, previously Totals _________:________________ 1,005 515 the fruitlessness of his life the impossibility sir!" ;
looking the
speculatively at .N"Which "Ruth wbitr"Ruth
dated. of his dream cf elusive r .:
matt;.fa charge of an office buildingone Jfetn'f "
will stand in the law," de- millions. He had bought a farm in ;. said the motheyi
he bustled
afternoon
as around
ordedngiome -
window clared the other triumphantly. "Do PRESIDENTIAL CONTEST VERY CLOSE; the Northwest, and died there, leaving catching her child's imploring &_g-
awnings put up back of the ?" for and And she JUiChed Ruth walkoifbi??
out
the next day, when he caught my eye. you bargain WILSON LEADS BY SMALL MAJORITY I the place unpaid everything I !
there "No! no!" cried Mr. Bowen. "Giveme mortgaged. side the y" :ng'squire, who rode it$>
Perhaps
was 'an imploring expression -
in being the document and he looked it That was the situation that con slow pace itifly toward the hum.c'
glance, probably -
cf wise my worldly experience he over. Then he took a match from his (Continued From Page 1.) fronted the women. It was after shed. But Jnstcad of entering he a;

I traced my poverty and guessed at my pocket, ignited the paper, watched it three weeks that Mildred Kearney gaged in a .ont talk with her. Wbct1

I hunger.. At all events he approached crumble to nothingness and took up and again given to President Wilson who had a lead of over 13,000 lifted up her voice to Ruth. did she cory from? Did she like til
he work? Wa she! used ttIU" ..
; his hat. "I am weak and ill, "I'm going back, dear," she said.
t me."You don't look like the working added with a deep sigh; "the elevators votes on the latest returns. Less than 200 districts have not re- "I'm going to Connecticut, where I Ruth, whhad been afraid of hla,
have stopped running. I must found that lie.dropped his'barahDest!
kind, but maybe you want a Job?" he was born. I'm not fit for life here. I ,
ask to help me to my machine. ported.Mr. of manner as they stoo side by I4.! .
you
with hills and val
little
want place
suggested in a brusque, offhandedway. Hughes has lead of votes the returns a
"Sure enough!" piped the other read. a over 3,500 on early and chatted to the sub shine ,_
leys, and the sight of a brook, whereI ,
ily. "Come on," and they left the today from West Virginia with only about 400 district unreported. can spend my last days." while she parried his questions .";
"You never saw a man who neededone felt that they v',re equals that
he
I and room. Returns from the missing districts in the doubtful states were "Grandfather's dead," said Ruth. : wu :
worse, replied promptly
I treating her With the respect
Now the Instant they were t so
with heartiness. gone anxiously sought by the campaign at both democraticand "You know that letter cut us out of ,
seized the essence of this adventure managers His owes a woaah. And the dared to
He forgave.
"Ever clean windows?" he pro- clearly in my mind. I believed thata repjublican headquarters today. Both sides claimed the election his son money.will never forgive never* It isn't as if dream on. j '.
pounded next, and his hand directeda heartless villain an "This wot t Is too hard for is4
robbing yon
was was
and it evident that plans were being made to demand recounts Harold was your brother. A halfbrother's '
gesture taking in the towering expanse mothe laid
honest old man. I acted quickly. your young Lathrop 1I'Q
I of the structure. Rousing myself, I was inside the room and in some cases to carry the contests into the courts. him." different. It's no use goingto conviction. t"Ifyou want employment,

k I "Way up there!" I inquired, and my in a moment. I secured the packet, Numerous conferences were being held at both headquartersand "I'm going," answered the mother. we will get |'cu'something easier.Bow.

I'II' tones must have faltered and I shud- I descended the fire escape I was there unconfirmed that Chairman would your mother like to be" lay
dered. were reports Wilcox of the "Ill work, maybe. I only want a place i ,
down in the street housekeeper? Sty own has left, tad I
r "Oh, don't let the height trouble Mr. Bowen had just stepped into an republican national committee, after talking over the situation am looking- for a competent woman

t.t you," readily and cheerfully directedthe automobile. The man who had accompanied I with the Hughes leaders had advised national committeemen in g. r What you f (:me convinces me that

.. man. "You can't fall We provide him to the street was hasten : she is qualified! j t-
certain states to engage counsel in event that recount proceedingsmight sail :
I a harness and jacket and you lock ing back after his anticipated booty. "I-I sha j have to her" tattered

yourself into the jamb slots so securely The chauffeur headed the machine my be instituted.} the girl "zcuist go cow."

I that horses couldn't pull you off way. I leaped to the running board. May Get RecountsIt -I It14i And, heedless of his remonstrance!,

your feet. See here, if you want a "What is this?" quavered the as- that she turned and ran back to her
was commonly reported recount proceedings will be in-
three-day job at the regular'tariff, tonished gentleman."Let mother. Li-ftroP's eyes followed her

me in with you, Mr. Bowen," I stituted in doubtful states. Chairman Vance McCormick, of the fleeing .. was norely pooled '

.,i said rapidly. "I have something of democratic national committee following his order to the chair puzzled std ,pleased. Anyone eoal4 \.-
importance to to Sir, I have see that. .
jj jjI say you.
i I' : _ji..j I the money and securities you Just gave men in the various doubtful states to guard the ballot boxes and The motjier was afraid that aQ

I II to that scoundrel in a room in that protest the count, engaged special counsel to assist the national l would be Discovered. She could sot :

I building back yonder. Take them" committee in any legal steps it may desire to undertake. Chairman bear the tbbuiht of asking charity ether :
and I thrust the packet into his trembling nephew! But the work wu iont--1!
I McCormick did not make of fraud but said de
charges he
hands. "Out of justice to me, any : $ 'i'44i7/i needed, and this checked her bnpalM 1 ito

think you should assure me that 1 sired to be in a position to take arty legal action that might be nec fly and rike Ruth with her. A*It':.?

IIIE have helped a real cause" by restoring essary. Quo' warranto proceedings looking to a recount in New happened, mottling more wu said ';
your property to you. about the IfJUf>ekeeping. Then he be .'
And then I told him how I came to Hampshire are already tfndfer way. tI\; gaD to engage In little chats with: :

be of service to him. He insisted upon Chairman Wilcox-declared himself confident that Mr. Hugheshad Ruth, always with Ruth, as the mother j

my going to his home. There I met II been elected. "We only ask what is fair," said Mr. Wilcox, picked near bra ,* -
my fate. It inpossible for the
was now girl ,
I .
\ I Leonie Bowen, then-Leonie Aral- "and we only want what we are entitled to. That we propose to not to see that he admired her ll :

tage my wife, now! How natural it have." fact Lathrop never pretended to tld; :
I II all seems to me now that the gratitudeof
his feelings Tbe mother. watched the :
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I : her father should communicate Itself growing inttawcy with dismay. 'r

I to her, that interest should lead CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION.The now nearing completion and we will Then the days came when Both t .

to sympathy, that this in turn should announce when there will be preach grew less communicative. And at lad '

I end in love-love, the vision splendidof United States Civil Service ing there. (I? -or the last day of the berry pickle .

/ this sober, serious old world of Commission will hold an examinationfor Last Sunday 'while out driving his Mildred Kearney, watching the young' .

ours! stenographers and typewriters, Ford Mr. John Browning happened to "\ Think the Younger One Will Do." couple from; a distance saw Lathrty;

i (Copyright. 1918, by W. O. Chapman.) I both men and women, on Nov. 25, 1916at the misfortune to turn it over &nd take Ruth la .his arms and kin her..
badly damage it but where I can see folks, and be at rest.You'd And the girl,offered resistance.
Gainesville Fla., to fill vacanciesin no one was in no -
,
IMMENSE COST OF WATERLOO.
the departmental service at Wash- jured.Mr.. best stay here and marry that "I'll havoito tell bin nowIht

I. ington D. C. 0. J. Phillips, of Lawtey, wasa young chap that wants you. I know thought wltt a sinking heart., !'HJdoesn't ",; '
,
Wellington's Descendants Stole Reserve Usual entrance visitor'here Sunday. you don't love him, but it's a living, drean that it is his own flash :.'
Money From Belgium-Article salary $900 to $1000. and life's hard, Ruth."
Please telephone the correspondentany and blood he la dishonoring. '
Promotions Full information
reasonably rapid. -
by Pierre Maes. and blanks news. "Ill go with you," said Ruth."There's And she w>nvt; boldly up to the horsed/
application enough for two fares:
money RotS'in
Squire
Lathnp was waiting with
"What the Battle of Waterloo Costs Form 304, can be obtained by apply- ,
"What'll you do there, Ruth dear?
Bangl I Shot Through Space. MYSTERIOUS PAINS AND ACHES front of;tbee old-fashioned porci
to the Local
ing Secretary, Civil Ser-
Belgium, is the title of an article in You don't know the East. Everything'sdifferent" He had her and neither
seen
I coming,
the Belgian supplement to the London vice Board at Gainesville, Fla.. or to -
two seventy-five a day. come along evade '
attempted tot the interrieir.
with me and I'll fit you out. There Everyman. The author is Pierre Maes, the Secretary of the Fifth Civil Ser- Make Life Hard to Bear For Many 111 go," said the girl. "I've something to to nil"
say you
are two hours to work in and that will a well-known Belgian man of letters. vice District, Atlanta, Ga. Starke Women A week later they descended from Mildred'Kearney. "

mean supper, bed and breakfast. If Among the many titles inscribed upon Too the train at the little station, and "Come Inside, pleaso," answered I*"'
you're close-pressed for funds, I'll help the magnificent monument erected 0000000000 o o om many women mistake theirpains found accommodations in the inn. Everything
and aches for troubles throp, and ltd the w.yinto the Uriel- _
you out with a little advance cash." over the tomb of the duke of Welling. peculiarto had changed in those twenty room. It bee.I
the was,as it bad always
sex. More often disordered
, It would be hard to describe my ton is that of "Prince of Waterloo." I BAPTIST CHURCH. 4OOOC years. Mildred hardly recognized a within her The writ&f
'sensations "It is a fine title," Pierre Maes, p kidneys are causing the aching back, landmark. memory. same g
: when, duly jacketed, provided says i. single She did see one or desk stood iD the window, the ling
.
dizzy spells headaches .ff
I with a scraper, brush and rags "but to us poor Belgians, the great OOOOO OO J000 and irregular two men, grown old, whom she recognized old chair ID the corner, under sibs,

I and,liven explicit directions, I stood grandchildren of the victims of 1816, There will be the usual services at urination. Kidney weakness becomes ; but none of them paused to bookshelf where her father had ft/J-,
r : window that title brings up some unpleasant the church next and dangerous if neglected. Use a time- look twice at the
i on a narrow ledge eight stories Sunday morning two toil-stained, And all this ehould hero been hertv
If up from the ground dizzily, timorously memories. We are still paying, and evening to which the public is invited. tried kidney remedy-Doan's Kidney travel-worn women in poor clothes, Tears flooded her face and straod "'

! ;, I beginning my work. The first paying dearly, for this great mane The Sunday school went beyond the Pills. Hosts of people testify te theirmerit and Mildred did not reveal herself. down her cheeks at the thought tUt,

t window made me a contortionist. I glory. Eighty thousand franca is the hundredth mark last Sunday and yetthere Read a Starke case: She learned that the old squire had + : ;'
1 they were beggars that her nephov
: t i I breathed more easily on the second total of interest entered yearly under is room. There are classes for Mrs. M. V. Hazel, Broadway, Starkesays prospered in his lifetime; he had add proposed to take advantage, of a 11'.a

I : one. Becoming more habituated to it, the name of the duke cf Wellington in all ages, so that you may be providedfor : "I have used Doan's Kidney ed acres to acres, and all the land whom he considered miles bad'him t
!. I covered a double row of windows our great book of national debt The if you wish to come. Pills on different occasions for backache about was his, land which should of '
in
: down to the fifth story quite creditably.It present duke receives from entailed The B. Y. P. U. is doing well. The and other symptons of kidney right have been hers and Rtlth'se -in '1 station. 1;

.il i e was getting dusk by that time, and estates in Belgium revenues that young people meet at 6:15 on Sunday complaint and they have given m part, at least. flashed saw out you kiss my daughter! A0. 1

I resolved to finish one more windowand reach the nice little sum of 210,000 evenings, just before preaching. great relief." (Statement given Mar. "Work? Want work?" echoed thlandlord's e J' 1
francs. That is of the 10 1911.) 'Well r' drawled the young maL i
one ,
heavy
.4 then go for my little stipend. wife, looking at the women."You're .
Results That Remain. Tou don't know who she is. Too .;
charges that the great coalition of
Creak-there! was a snap. Bang! American-born, ain't you l?
i 1815 has left Can Phone 34 Over three later Mrs. think because we aren't dressed weB {
us. we hope that Hazel
\ I shot through space. years Lord, how should you find work here I? '
I the services have rendered For Purity Bread said: "I have the we are common berry pickers that ,3;
we Europe high I
1 I What happened was this: In my same praisefor What led you to these parts?"
" f \I clumsiness and baffled by the semidarkness and the heroism our soldiers have and Cakes. Doan's Kidney Pills now as I did Mildred Kearney parried her ques you have a"right" to insult her." ;i

; : I had caught the snaps of shown will deliver us from it? Great Bread Delivered Every when I gave them my endorsement tions. She led her to believe that "Mother! exclaimed: the girl with f

," the harness in a frail screen hoop, Britain only gave him a sum of 200-- Monday, Wednesday, Friday sometime ago. They have given me they had relatives in the neighborhood flaming cheek ;
000. The king of the Netherlands and Saturday. lasting results." "I tell you the is as well ben U i
instead of in the stanch holdingslots. gave she would not go to them in
r One rope gave at once. The him entailed estates bringing in 210- BROWN'S.WOODLAWN Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't her present condition she said. They you are. We shall leave tonight *

other swung free for a moment tore 000 francs." simply ask for a kidney remedy-get wanted to earn a'few dollars first. and"Hold p.

I out of the hook and I dropped. As the result of an arrangement between 4.4' GOmmmm Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that "Well, now," said the landlord'swife on. Aunt Mildred" laid ttt:

I That sway sideways saved my life, the Belgian state and the representative > e e Mrs. Hazel has twice publicly recom her heart warming toward them, young squire. And as the woman "

j I for, one story descended. I landed flat of the duke of Wellingtonthe PARK.oeomemmmoommmm. $ mended. Foster Milburn Co., Props., "of course there's work to be had. stared at him Incredulously, he cast: j,

. on my back across the grated balcony descendants of the great man to A A Buffalo, N. Y. 25 They're wanting more women for her quietly toward her, placed his arm ,

I!' of a fire escape. I was bruised, day enjoy a yearly Income of 80,637 & 0 ry-picking. But Lord, it's Syrians, around her, and brazenly killed her i 1

! t half-stunned. I lay still, wonderingif francs. Elder D. L. Phillips filled his regu Trespass cards for sale at this office.Catarrfaal : and Italians that they want not American too."Haven't 1'1.1
: any bones were broken, and looking lar appointment at Emanuel Sunday i women. However, I guess Tim I the right to kiss mow?. I.1'j

: I through an open 'window into a Too Much Refrain. last Deafness Cannot Be Cored Phillips the boss, will give you a Job cousin r he inquired. "You see.Aunt "v;{1
Milly, I knew all about from the > ;
it
; business "Marriage! said the sentimental tor. J. S. Norman j
small once was transacting; up to Squire Lathrop's, if ask him '
by local you '
i!k' Two men were its occupants. One man with a sigh. "Heaven's greatest business in Jacksonville Monday. the diseased application portion u of they the cannot car. There reach They went to Tim, and the foreman first In fact, I had a lawyer tmtf |
boon to man- a good wife. My friends, Dr. E. L. of li only one way to cure catarrhal deatne". tracing you, and learned you had cone ;
1\: an old man dignified but apparentlymuch Biggs, Lawtey, was a and that la by a eonatltutloaal remedy. looked at them doubtfully. "Sure, *
I i, disturbed, was facing a younger it is this that makes life possible, filling pofessional visitor here Sunday. Catarrhal Defnea la caused by an Inflamed you can start In tomorrow it yon eaet.a few days before I recognise >

I..1,0ta', t one, whose shrewd eyes and foxy sidelong it with happiness and taking way A very sad accident happened here the Euitachlan condition Tube.of tbe When mucous this lining tube of It think it won't be too hard for you," be you from your photograph. Then.1'1 fl'.

glance proclaimed the schemer.It all loneliness and misery. Marriageis Sunday morning when the small son Inflamed you have a rumbllnj sound or said with a grin. "There's acres of wanted to speak right away, but ; .

' ; :. was the latter who spoke, sharply one grand, sweet song!" he finished, of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Black was burn doted.Imperfect Deafness hearingand Is the when remit It Unless Is entirely the strawberries to be picked, and heaven knew Aunt Milly had been the proudest '
with Inflammation can be reduced and this tube woman in Connecticut and jrouU, A'
,r a rapturous air. death.
ed to
exactingly:. While building a fire withother knows the berries
. reatored'to Its normal condition, hearing are rotting op the .
) "Well, Mr. Bowen, your answer?" His listeners were impressed; all except small children, its dress caughtfire will be destroyed forever. Many eases of vines for lack of helpers" imply have run away, ao--eo-forfSv 2' <,.,..

f! "I have come to accept your terms" a practical-looking chap in one burning the little fellow badly. deafness Inflamed are condition caused by of catarrh the mucous which cur Isan In the morning thf-tiutiyr and me and come kome. Aunt MIlly.- "

" was the dreary reply. "It may meanruin corner, who promptly rose to his feet The doctor was called and he and the faces. Hall's Catarrh Cure acts thru the daughter came with tjelr Wbaiketa.! With that the pride of yean tiff i!
blood on the raucous surfaces of the bef
sys broken. The lean dimmed'
that ,
I ) l to me but I am at your mercy. ,Yell, marriage may not be exactly kind neighbors-rdid all they could for tem.We AU day they tolled happily side .by .

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