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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 17, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
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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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VOLUME 38. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1916 NUMBER 20.

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NO TRUE BILL WAS FOUND ELECTORAL VOTE OF CALI- CONNER BRIDGE ACROSS GIVING TOTAL NUMBER OF IS NOW COMMANDING 2nd. AGED FARMER ROBBED AND

AGAINST THOMAS PARNELL FORNIA SAVED THE DAY NEW RIVER TO BE REBUILT BALLOTS CAST ON NOV. i 7 FLA. REGIMENT AT.. LAREDO( MURDERED NEAR MAXVILLE y

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DEFENDANTS SENTENCED ELECTION RETURNS SHOW IMMENSE PETITION GRANTED FOR NEW DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES FOR HIGH EFFICIENCY OF SECONI PARTLY BURIED IN SHALLOW
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TERMS IN STATE PENITEN- INCREASE OF DEMOCRATIC PUBLIC ROAD TO PARALLELTHE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORSGET FLORIDA REGIMENT" IS RE- GRAVE; DECAPITATED :
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The fall term of the circuit court Last week's issue of the Telegraph County commissioners met in regu Following is a list of the candidates JACKSONVILLE, Nov. 14.-According A horrible tragedy has been discovered N '
its work Friday. Besides the announced that President Wilson's lar session Monday, November 6, and voted for at the general election No to reliable information re near Maxville, and while the de- ''.
ended mentioned in our last, the lead over Hughes was very small, but was called to order by Chairman J. B. I vember 7th and the number of votes; ceived here, Colonel A. H. Blanding, tails are not yet known, the mutilated .
civil eases
following were disposed of: it was not at that time known how the Crews with all members present, to- received by each in Bradford county: who is now commanding the Second remains of a murdered man has

Medicine Co. vs J. P. election would turn out when all the wit: S. T. Dowling, D. W. Pinholster, For Presidential Electors. Florida Regiment, now on patrol duty been found, showing that some inhuman r..jJ I
W. T. Rawley Gufford L. A. Jones and returns had come in. The hope was A. H. Williams, J. L. Underhill. I (Democratic) at Laredo, Texas, has been offered monster, probably instigated by .

Gufford, J. L. damages $1- that New Mexico, North Dakota, New Minutes of last meeting read and ap' J. Turner Butler _______________1302. the post of Assistant Chief of the Bu greed, is guilty of a deed so barbarous ,k-
W. A. King, assumpsit agreement, of Hampshire and either Minnesota or proved. \ Martin Carrabello _____________1345J. reau on Military Affairs at Washing that few of the kind in recent years t'-4 a
continued by par-
000.; California would turn in Wilson's fa of P. Clarkson ________________1360 : can compare with it.
The removal public bridge across ton.The
ties.Bank A. vor. This happened, for all the states Olustee creek known as the Lamb Frank Harris _________________1364 high efficiency of the Second I, II. P. Shumaker, 75 years old, came
of Raiford vs S. Douglasset mentioned Minnesota voted __________1349; is declared have been
except bridge by order of the board be dist t Milton H. Mabry, Sr. Regiment to ont to Florida from Iowa not long ago and
al, assumpsit, damages $250; con for Wilson. His electoral vote now continued until further orders. I Will H. Price __________________1345 of the reasons for the offer. The Colonel bought a 40-acre farm in the north-
tinued. stands 276 to Hughes' 243, making his (Republicans) has been highly praised by army western corner of Clay county, about
P. B. Prevatt vs A. S. Strickland. majority safe. The popular vote was Petition presented to the board signed Morgan E. Jones ______________ 195 officers in the regular army and is said three miles southeast of Maxvile.! Last

Defendant withdrew pleas, and judg 25,617 to Hughes 19,993. by D. J. Byrd and others asking Fred C. Cubberly ______________ 153 to be seriously considering the opportunity week he was found missing, and as he
ment was rendered in favor of plaintiff With the exception of Colorado, Nebraska the board to appoint George Stone John Stokes __________________ 152 : just offered. did not return home the matter was
of and $25 attor of marks and brands of ani-
in the sum $166 and South Dakota Wilson inspector __ 157
B. W. Foxworthy ------------ finally reported to Sheriff King, of
ney's fees.E. made tremendous gains in 1916 over mals slaughtered for market in dis Clinton B. Spencer ____________ 152 Clay county, as it was feared that Mr. 1
A. Bridant et al vs J. W. Townsend the popular vote he received in 1912 trict No. 11, Graham, upon motion Percy B. Stickney ____________ 147 TACKY PARTY NEXT FRIDAY. Shumaker had bea'me'the victim of
trespass, two cases, One charg- in northern states. In round numbershe and second, petition accepted. Also (Socialist) foul play. Sunday Sheriff King and

ing damages: of $25,000 and the other lost 54,000 votes in Colorado 10- petition asking that Jesse Byrd be ap- (Washington Clarke _____________ 30 The ladies of St. Mark's Guild will posse searched all day for signs of the

damages of $20,000. Defendant had )00 in Nebraska and 3,000 in South pointed inspector at Sampson City of Ernest Thornquist _____________ 14 rive a "Tacky Party" on Friday night, missing man in the territory surrounding -

filed demurrer to plaintiff's declara- Dakota. The last named state did not marks and brands of animals slaughtered foseph C. Lucas ________________ 14 !November 24th, at the Armory. Ad- his home, but rot before nightfallwere
tion in each case, but as no steps had cast a single republican vote four : for market. I Westley C. Richard ____________ 7 rrissioT 15 and 25 cents.A their labors rewarded. Then they

been taken by complainant's attorneysand pears ago, it being the only state Petition presented asking that the 5V. R. Bryant __________________ 21 prize will be given for the best came to a spot where the ground had
no argument made by them, the where a republican ticket was not putn name of James Parrish be placed upon L M. Stevens __________________ 11 ostume and all are invited to take been recently disturbed l, and looking
cases were dismissed, complainants to the field. Wilson gains in northern pauper roll, and it was ordered that (Prohibitionist) }art in this competition. An amusing close they found a man's foot sticking ;

pay. court costs. states this year over the popular voten lie be paid $2 per month. i Franklin Pimberley ____________ 12 program of exercises is being arrangd up out of the ground. The corpse ofa
W. N. Harris vs A. C. L. RailwayCo. : the first campaign, in round numbers Petition signed by Ned Williams and Fred A. Coles _________________ 13 the outline of which will be published man was soon unearthed, but the
., trespass on the case, damages follows: others asking for a public road leading rank W. Cotton _______________ 14 in the Telegraph next Friday. head was missing. A little further ...j

|SOO; continued. California __________________182,000 out of Lawtey and Starke public Henry Dalloz ________________u 9J. \ lunch counter will be a feature of search revealed the head, badly mutilated ..
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E. W. Howell vs S. A. L. Railway Connecticut ________________ 25,000 road about one-quarter of a mile beyond r. H. Lantinger ________________ 13 he: occasion. but the features still proved to i
.:' Co., trespass on the case, damages Delaware __ ________________ 4,000 Powell-Smith's commissary extending W. W. Gordon _________________ 21 Music for dancing will be furnished be those of the musing man. ;

,$150; continued. Idaho __ ___________________ 35,000ndiana one and one-quarter miles due For U. S. Senator. I.;y Mr. Witherington and Mrs. Waters A careful search showed that the '.tJ

Criminal Docket __ __________________ 58,000 ast on section line dividing Sections Park Trammell ________________1368 after 10 o'clock. unfortunate man hud been killed by a .:
.. The grand jury found true bills in Illinois __ __________________464,000 12! and 27 and 23 and 26 and intersecting Wm. R. O'Neal ________________ 93 charge "of buckshot in the neck some }tfi

,.. the following cases: Kansas __ ________-__________178,000 with the Starke and Middleburg R. L. Goodwin _________________ 17 BAPTIST CHURCH.The i distance from where the body was 'f l
State vs Reuben Davis, breaking and Maine __ ___________________ 13,000 public road. Said road bed to be 30 found. A shallow grave has been 7
For Congressman. ;
entering; pleaded guilty, Sentenced tovlard Massachusetts __ ____________ 74,000 Feet wide. Upon motion and second scooped out, the body dragged into it -1
Frank Clark __________________1094
at state for services will be
pentitentiary hejd'
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labor Michigan petition granted a public as and imperfectly covered The razorback 11-
Wm. M. Gober ________________ 111 up. -
one ______________ next Sunday morning and evening to
Minnesota __ 70,000 is prayed for in said petition, provided hogs that roam this wild! '
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Frances P. Coffin ___ _____ 232
;:.. State .vs Lawrence Moore, breakingand Montana __ _________________ 50,000 the petitioners open and place said which the public is invited. : had discovered the body and began -
entering; pleaded guilty. Sentence, Nevada __ __________________ 5,000 road in good traveling condition without For Governor. Temperance Sunday was duly observed to eat it at the neck where the
hard labor in state penitentiary for STew Hampshire ____________ 8,000 to the county. W. V. Knott __________________ 515 last Sunday. A number of persons i I ,
broken
skin the
shot
any expense
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one Geo. W. Allen ____ took part in the We
year.
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few Jersey ______ __ 30,000 Petition signed by Louis H. Hill wrenching off the head. The head had
State vs J. P. Parmenter, embezzlement. Sidney J. Catts ________________1007 want to instill temperance sentiment
New York __________________100,000 road
Continued for the term by motion __ md others asking for a public C.I C. Allen .___:_______________ 10 nto all our Sunday school pupils. Total men dragged away during their fighter
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Oregon __ _____________ 49,000 at the NW cornor of Sec. 18, the spoils and partly devoured, and
of state attorney. starting Noel A. Mitchell _______________ 2 abstinence is the only safety.
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Pennsylvania __ ________ 115,000 Tp. 5, R. 22 East, and run south one- ,. the upper part of the body had also
State vs J. C. Eatman, indictmentfor Rhode Island _______________ 9,000 mile thence east 1 mile, For Secretary of State. The practice class in music which been partly eaten.
allowing convict to escape. Neither quarter H. Crawford ______________1219 neets every Sunday afternoon, is fullf
Jtah __ ____________________ 30,000 hence south one-quarter mile, thence Clay
defendant nor his bondsmen, M. W. Vermont __ ________________ 6,000 : mile, thence southneeight J. E. Jenkins __________________ 119 ) interest and much enjoyed.The Robbery was conceded to have been '
the murder
ast one-quarter motive for the and Sheriff
Eatman and M. T. Smith, answered Washington __ ______________110,000 mile thence east three- For Attorney GeneraL literary society meets twice a
> King arrested two white men, W. Can-
when they were called to appear, and Vest Virginia ______________ 9,000 mile, thence south one-eight Thomas F. West ______________1027 month and affords both instruction andleasure. and C. Colwell and !
quarters non on suspicion,
the bond was ordered estreated; and Wisconsin __ _______________ 3,000 nile, thence east 1 mile, thence south M. B. McFarlane ______________ 130 they are now in jail at Green Cove t
into orderedvthaj the defendant be taken Wyoming __ ________________ 10,000HONOR ne-quarter mile, thence east one and Vdner D. Mills ________________ 46 Springs.
custody to await further actionof 1
the ne-eight mile, thence south and easto For Comptroller. M. W. A. EATFEST The remains of the murdered man
courtState ROLL ; limits of Town of Lawtey. Said Ernest Amos _________________1090 were shipped to an undertaker in ;f
vs Richard Simpkins, indict- _____________ 113
ment for oad to cross through Sections 18, 17, Wm. RNorthup Eighteen Members Ate Sixteen Quartsof Jacksonville, and were by him sent to
robbery. Defendant not be- __________________ 24 I
I ing in custody, having escaped from Of the Bradford County High School 16 and 15 and enter the Town of Law- Angelo Leto For State Treasurer. Oysters Wednesday Night I relatives of Mr. Shumaker at Carroll,

W) some time ago, the case was car- For the Second Month. for tey; said in Section road provided 23. Petition the petitioners granted J. C. Luning __________________1149 Iowa.

ried to the absentee docket. place same in good traveling condition leo. E. Gay __________________ 123 The Starke camp of Modern Woodmen CEMETERY ASSOCIATION.
State vs Rufus McLeod, indictment Lower First Grade-Elise Jones, without to the county. Carl L. Harter ________________ 30For of America had their annual oyster -
for assault with intent to murder. On Virginia Weeks, Elizabeth Kendrick, any expense Superintendent Public Instruction. supper Wednesday evening. The

motion of state attorney case was nolle George Mills, Carlyle Ritch, George The Bradford County with Bank the and board the W. N. Sheats __________________1181 amp, though of recent formation, already The board of directors of the Starke

prosequied. Johns, Cecil Gaskins. Lake Butler Bank filed ]eo. W. Holmes ________________ 139 has more than thirty members Cemetery Association met at the officef
State vs W. S. Croft, indictmentfor Advanced First Grade-Carl Cul- if county commissioners applicationso For Commissioner of Agriculture. and is in a very flourishing condition.The : ) Col. C. L. Peek, the president of the

assault with attempt to murder. reth, Wesley Bryan, Curtis Johns, ; have said banks designated as a W. A. McRae __________________1084 evening was the time for their I association, on Thursday, Novemberth
Defendant not being present, an alias George Kite, Benny Stilley, Lucia depository of county funds and in pursuance For Justices of Supreme Court. egular monthly meeting, and after its ) to hear the report of the treasurer -

\ capias was issued and the sheriff was Baisden, Marie Manning, Ida Campbell of the provisions of Chapter'ti932 in R. F. Taylor __________________ 847 onclusion, about 9 o'clock, the members and to discuss further plans for
liven special instructions as to conditions Rosa Campbell. of the Laws of Florida and Icfferson; B. Browne ___________ 842 present marched bravely in a he: care of Crosby cemetery
I of having defendant before the Second Grade-Bertha Wilson, Mildred i accordance with the terms of said act. John M. Cheney ________________ 161 ody to Rowand's Cafe. The day had Sufficent; funds ,have not been received -

f' court Dubose, Harriet Ritch, Sammy Bond of A. C. Crews for notary public E. Bly ________________________ 52 been cold, windy and rainy, and the to carry on' the work as plan-
Stat vs F. N. Andrews, embezzle. sternberg, Florence Thrower, Elizabeth approved. ; Joseph L. Granger _____________ 48 warm dining hall, fragrant with inviting nell, as only a small amount has been
't, meat ,Three indictments. By order Howe, Kate Chase; Eunice Kelly, Name of Henry Mitchell placed upon For Railroad Commissioner. fumes, and well supplied .with subscribed, in resjonse to the letters

;' of the court the cases were carried to Mary Ella Edwards, Lester Austin, the pauper roll and ordered paid Royal C. Dunn ________________1143 ables and chairs, made all feel good, ent out by the association.
the absentee docket. Owen Griffin, Mary Canova, Malcolm $2 per month. I Alexander Goode ______________ 94 md each Woodman silently vowed too According to the promise made the
\ State vs Henry Brown, indictment Phornton, Russell Daniel, David : Tuesday being the day for the general : Chas F. Schneider ______________ 29 ; his full duty in ridding the worldf subscribers, a list of the names of
for assault' with intent to murder, Mitchell, Edna Manning, Florence election, board adjourned until ; For State Senator. as many oysters as possible. those contributing and amount sent,

t pleaded not guilty. Found guilty as : Andrews, Edwin Gardiner, Gussie Mae Wednesday, November 7, 1916. !I A. D. Andrews ________________1107 Bivalves were served in every style, will be published in the next issue of
; charged, by jury. Sentence, ten years I Bennett, Lucile Moore, Claud Kelly. Wednesday morning, November 8'1 For Representatives. accompanied by canned oyster plant,' the Telegraph.It .

\ hard labor in the state penitentiary. Third Grade-Hugh Brownlee, Roy the board met pursuant to adjournment : .V. S. Crews __________________1109 yster cocktail and oyster crackers, as is hoped that a sufficient sum
'; State vs Son Thomas, breaking and Mercer, Lee Mott, Laurie Tomlinson, and called to order by Chairman W. G. Seals ____________________1114 veil as delicious coffee. Each member Kill be raised to lepin the work January -
entering. Pleaded not guilty. Found Alma Clark, Frances Colley, Myrtle I. B. Crews with all members present,i;! For County Judge. had aimed high and none fell by 1, 1917.

t:' guilty as charged, by jury. Sentence, lodges, Ruth Poppell, Lois Williams. to-wit: D. W. Pinholster, S. T. Dowl- leo. A. Gardiner ______________1173. he wayside. Though, owing to its Whether the plans will reach further -
:t three years hard labor in the state pen- Fourth Grade-Lot Ensey, Freeman i ing, J. L. Underhill and A. II. Williams. For Clerk Circuit Court : fouthfulness of the camp, no phenomnal fruition or not depends upon the

-. itentiary.State Johns, Fred Mott, Lois George, Mar- :I W. T. Weeks __________________1155 eaters have had time to developtill amount subscribed before next meeting -
? vs C. E. Gray, indictment for aret Livingston, Hamilton Ritch, Ira D. W. Pinholster was authorized to .I For Sheriff. the fraternity point with pride to when will be considered whetherit

i!, *resisting an officer. Pleaded not guil- Wilson, Free Wynn, Berry Kelly, Allen have public bridge across Santa Fe I W. J. Epperson _______________1246 the: fact that the eighteen present got is better to clan lots as far as
!!,' y. Verdict guilty. Sentence, one Thornton, LeRoy Stewart, :Merwin river, near Brooker, repaired and present -.'I For Tax Assessor. away with four solid gallons of oysters I paid for, or return all money receivedas x

t Tear of hard labor in state peniten- Register, Vandi Williams, Allie May bill for the work. tf. D. Wainwrieht ______________H70 besides the goodies that went insufficient to crrry out the original
:,tiary.fl enumerator of plans of the cemetery association.Send .
jreen. M. M. Hale, county For Tax Collector. along with the bivalves.
fl State vs Eustis Crews, carnal inter-I Fifth Grade-Irma Stilley, Willie agricultural statistics of Bradford i. B. M. Dowling _________________1147 The inclement weather made the at- contribution by check to Secretary .
course with unriarric-d frmale. 0.. moI I. \.tn, Nellie Mott, Comer Long, AlmauU'ie'lv ounty presented the rolls and after For County Surveyor. endance: smaller than it should have and Treasurer, Mrs. J. M. Alvarez -

t. tion cf state attorney cause was node : Maxwell Thrower, Julian being examined were approved.The 3eo. E. Kelly __________________ 945 jeen. Those present were, Will or the President, Col. C. L.
;rosequied. ?anovc, Louisa Andrews, Elizabeth matter relating to bonds to be For County Superintendent. SVainwrijrht; Powell Carpenter, WillPowell Peek.

tj'' ; State vs John Little indictment for Andrew, Iris: Epperson. given by bank or banks as county depositories 2. R. Poppell __________________H91 Lucius Atkinson Joe Truby, The officers of the association have
grand larceny. Pleaded guilty. Sentence and after being Sinclair given much time to this project, and
; Seventh Grade-Augustus Long. was taken up For County Commissioners.Dist. Will Moitt, J.| C. Robinson,
six months in state penitenti- Eighth Grade-Alice Thornton. considered by the board, upon motion Peek, N. Sternberg, Ed Burnsed, Luther unless they have co-operation they

ary. : Note-For- the appearance of a I and second, it was ordered that all 1..I _T J. HlaMrwelder! --_________ 500 ; Powell, H. 0. Smith, Jack Howe, can. do .nothing.
State vs R. R. Hoffman, desertion of name on the honor; roll .the require- banks filing applications for county 2---v.R. V.J. Andrews ______________ 634 D. C. Jones, F. C. Hoover, Lorenzo COTTON- REACHES FIFTY CENTS.

f.is wife. Defendant appeared in open ments are as follows: Scholarship, deposits would be required to file bondto 3-S. T. Dowling ____.._________ 528 Green, G. C. Cady, R. R. Prevatt,
; court before trial and gave bond as 90 per cent or above; deportment, 90 be approved by the board in the sum 4-J. L. Underhill ______________ 589 "Doc." Gray. -

required by statute, avoiding prosecu- per cent or above; punctuality, 95 percent of $25,000; provided, only one bank 5-11. D. May _________________ 571 The price of sea island cotton this
tion. Defendant allowed to hence bond shall be for For Constable. has broken all records for the
: go or above; attendance, 95 per cent qualifies, then the For Members School Board.J. season
without day, and his bondsmen discharged 1-J. H. Lowery ------------ 102 past fifty years, the market price now
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cr above. $50,000.D. C. McRae __________________ 565J.
i,: ,from all liabilities upon his This allows a child to be absent one E. Knight, representing parties E. Douglass ._______________ 685T. 2-G. M. Richard _____________ 165 having gone as high as 52 cents per
bail bond.. and still remain interested in criminal cost bills, that 5-C. N. Shaw --------------- 991 pound. In the local market: reed cot-
day, or tardy twice, B. Pinholster _______________ 535
State vs Rufus Jackson Wil- had been refused, Jacob J. Johns --- ton is bringing from 14% to 16 cents,
Presley 'on the honor roll, provided scholarshipand payment on which of the Peace. --------- .
-f hams, Goley Williams, Fannie Wil- are as stated above. came before the board requesting that For Justice 8-Lem Sapp _________________ 63 according to quality.
Z Hams and Lillie, Williams, breaking .. .deportment. said bills be paid. Upon motion and Dist. __ 295 9-J. M. Rogers ______________ 63 i While most of the Bradford county
\'- and entering. Continue till next term ant and v'tnesses discharged and the second further action was continued 6-J. C. Blanchard Poppell -_-_-_-_-_-_-.----- 86 11-F. T. Abernathy ----------- : 15 ,I crop was sold at lower prices than the
\ of court under bonds bondsmercleased.. board and 1-B. L. ----- J. J. _________________ 16 i the ha probably
" ; as follows: Jack- until next meeting of the J. Dekle ________________ 12 11- Byrd present market crop ?
;f.William',1pach. ., it was further ordered that the county 2-T.8-B. 0. Kelly _______________ 739W. 12--S. B. WoOdard _____________ 17 brought into the county not:less than
: and Lillie .Wi-! J. F. Canova,has so far ginned 302 attqrney make full statement of all T. Reaves ____,._________ 65 12-G. M. Bennett -------------- 20 half a million dollars. :.

.=i to appear on their own.recbgniwas bales'of cotton'since the season began, billls and present same at the next 10-M. J. Sapp ___________:__ 30 I 'of
; and expects to gin about 25 more be- meeting of board for further consid- 11-E. T. Stewart ______________ 29 I Mr. and Mrs. William C. Powell i iI i to their friends parents(at the Mrind residence! :Mrs.
true bill> was found against Tom f re it ends. Pretty good for a section eration. W. Moore ______________ 8 I have returned from their wedding trip' Mrs. Powell's ,
PW U,' held for !n&n1aughter.after where cotton is not one of the 12-D.12-A. L. Sullivan ______________ 25 and for the present will be at home Paul'E. Canova.
of Vernon Sapp. Defend- principal staples. (Continued on Page 8.) I I

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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA.. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER Iarr Y


. . . 9 WHY DO BOYS LEAVE THE FARM.

Ftt. TWO OFFICERS 0 0 --- KNOIT ISSUESA
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I HIGH PRICES ARE DUB TO The schools have been blamed for

OFNAVYKIIJLED A. MANIPULATION. .> This educating charge boys was away emphatically from the denied farm. STATEMENT JOB PRINTING

t 0000000000000000 by Dr. A. A. Murphee, president of ; ;
WASHINGTON, Nov. 15.-Federal the University of Florida, in a speech 1: _
IN I EXPLOSION authorities have become convinced that to the county demonstration agents -

: the rapidly mounting cost of living is recently. The fault is not with the Thanks People for Their Support .
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due not only to the war and to a short- schools, but with existing conditionsin ;.
1 age in American crops, but also to the country. The lack of opportunity and Urges All to Aid the

|j| | WERE TESTING AEROPLANE mismanagement in distribution and to for a career has probably led more I !
J price jnanjpulations: pf dealers who are farm boys to the city than any other New Governor. Neatly and Artistically

.! BOMBS OF NEW DESIGN bent on squeezing! 'Y unwarranted "croflu ause. Furthermore, the lack of en- I t j
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Done-Give
1uom me consuming public. As a result tertainment and amusement has con- W. V. Knott has issued the following I Us a Trial!
: --- searching investigations into the tributed its share. The young folk statement of his position on the elec-
PREMATURE EXPLOSION BROKE retail! cost of coal, the high price of of the country have been left to their tion to the*people of the state:

i AEROPLANE IN TWO AND wheat, milk and print paper, and the own devices for amusement and they Tallahassee, Nov. 10, 1916.
FELL IN THE POTOMAC. railroad car shortage, have been put have turned to the city where amuse- To the People of Florida: For the ..""
j : under way by the administration at ments were provided. honors conferred upon me in the past,
Washington. Instead of giving Instruction which for the democratic nomination for gov- I
WASHINGTON, Nov. .-Naval It is charged that the abnormal pri- will take young folk away from the ernor in the June primaries, and for !
1 Lieutenants Luther Welsh and C. K. ces people have to pay for their coal farm, most universities, and especially the support rendered me in the general Irabfarb (CnUttty!! (fJrlrgrnpl I If ,
Bronson were killed at Indian Head, and foodstuffs are due to more than I state universities, have provided election of last Tuesday, I am too 4
: Md., by the premature explosion of an 'the law of supply and demand; that, instruction which educates in the opposite grateful to leave room in my heart for 4
aeroplane bomb while testing bombs even making allowances for the vast direction. The sole of feelings of bitterness de- 4j
purpose any over my .. ..... ..... .
of that being __ ..Ac ..Ac __ -. -. .... .. <.
designed for against vessels. quantities goods are the extension work is to make the
use war
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feat.At .. .... ... .. .
: certain dealers -- -- -- .
The report of the accident to the shipped to Europe, are country a better place in which to live. all times during the campaign I --i. :
navy department from the inspector conspiring to "corner" markets and That the aim of the work is being real- have acted in accordance with my ,I;
of ordnance at the naval proving are taking advantage of "war prices' ized is shown by the back to the coun- sense of right and duty to the party ;;
ground said the bomb detonated im- 10 hold up commodities so as to createan try movement that has been in evi- which nominated me for governor and -_,"J
i mediately beneath an aeroplane in artificial shortage for the benefit dence during recent years. Fewer of I have no regrets for any nersonal f _', t_
which the officers were flying. Apparently o ftheir own pockets. Other- dealers- the boys are migrating to the city be- sacrifices I have made in doing so. I - .- ..:.. .-. -
it struck some part of the ma- it is believed, are'raising prices arbi- cause provision for their welfare and did not feel that I had the right to en- -- -. - --
I chine when it was discharged. trarily and are scaring consumers in entertainment are being made to hold ter upon a campaign until my nomina- .f
Witnesses saw the aeroplane break to laying in supplies at these prices their interest in the country. On the tion had been definitely and finally established I
i in two and fall into the Potomac river by unfounded predictions that much other hand men of all trades and sta- under the laws of the state, A. D. ANDREWS !
;
I but no trace of it had been found late greater increases will follow. tions are going back to the farms. Dr. and the time intervening before the :
{ II J .. today. Speaking of these alleged extortions, Murphree attributes this movement to general election was so short that the tI t
_ ,- .. Lieut. Bronson was born in Illinois Attorney General Gregory said a few the work of agents. They are largely loyal work of the state democratic executive Mercantile Company
| iri ,I and appointed to the naval aeronautic days ago: "Wherever any such increase responsible for the better rural condi- committee, the county commit- :

:i station at Pensacola, Fla., and recently is found to have been due to tions, better rural social conditions, tees and other loyal democrats was not II ,
was ordered to Indian Head to conspiracy or other unlawful action, better rural transportation and improved sufficient to overcome the sentiment .__- _"J
: conduct the aeroplane part of the ordnance the department will invoke against the conditions generally that have produced by the campaign which had II !
: tests. Lieut. Walsh was born offenders the severest penalties which obtained since demonstration work been waged incessantly while the nom- New Goods Coming In
i, in and appointed from Missouri. He the law prescribes." was begun. ination was still undetermined. Inso- Daily .
was stationed as an ordnance officer at It is reported in official quarters that far as we could reach the voters of
I te Indian Head proving ground and Federal agents have discovered facts SAD ACCIDENT. the state with a true statement of the : :
was with Lieut. Bronson as passenger indicating a conspiracy on the part of facts surrounding the legal proceed-I. Just Received '
I! when the, explosion occurred. coal operators and coal carrying rail- Little Boy Playing With Car Fatally ings, the result was generally highly I
roads to force up the price of coal. In gratifying, but there were thousands I Comforts Blankets line '
; MRS. HENRY M. FLAGLER substantiation of this belief, it is Injured. we could not reach at all in the limited I large of Ladies

i TO WED KENTUCKY JUDGE pointed out that weather conditions time before the election. and Misses Coats Ladies Raincoat:
have been excellent, so there could be A sad accident happened at Raiford For those who voted against me :
no shortage of coal cars due to con- last Tuesday, November 7th, when lit- from sincerity of conviction, I have Ladies and Misses Ready-to-wear Felt
i
NEW YORK Nov. 15-The
engagement railroadssay tle Isaiah
The
blockade.
gestion or Sparkman, while trying to neither censure nor criticism. Those
i jl| | of Mrs. Mary Lily Flagler, theE that they canot handle the coal crank an automobile, was struck in who wilfully misrepresented and slan- I Hats, Also Ladies fancy Dress Goods
E ,| widow of Henry M. Flagler, to Judge output of the mines on account of the the abdomen by the crank flying back dered me, have been sufficiently
an- and
}i t Robert Worth Bingham, of Louisville, but both the with such force Trimmings.
cnr shortage, departmentof that the blow proved swered by the endorsement of i I
my
{
Ky., has been announced here Wil-
by justice and the Interstate commerce fatal, and death occurred at 9 m. friends and neighbors of
11 lian R. Kenan, of Lockport, N. Y., a p. twenty years, Men's
[I' I brother of Mrs. Flagler. commission declare that no condition Wednesday.The and to the people of Tallahassee and and Boys' Pants and Suits .- .
} I Ir ,exists which would cause a natural little boy was eleven years old, Leon county, I I
especial
Mr. Flagler died at Palm Beach, express appreciation sB rJIf(
shortage of cars. a son of Mrs. Clara Sparkman. He for the splendid '
b f estate Fla., in the 1913.value His of widow which has inherited been an In more than one case manufacturers was strong and healthy, intelligentand given my candidacy Tuesday.majority I am K MR M HMHBBBHB VM MBMMHMMM BBM Ma aMMMB B M MM M MMW :.1

estimated have actually been compelled to much beloved by all and the sad confident of ultimate justice being
;R;'. : as high as $70,000,000. The shut down their plants because they occurrence is much- rporettpd. He done to the integrity of my. motives bv t Just Received a Car-load of >
; wedding will take place today. could not get coal for their engines.In leaves to mourn his'dea.thOhith; ; those who honestly have
may
t The couple will reside in Louisvillefor some of the larger cities retail hard a little brother and two little sisters. tioned them heretofore.The ques- I Dressers, Bureaus, Tables Rockers Dining '
extended time
an and later will ,
coal dealers asking anywhere from The remains
are were laid to rest at success of the democratic ticket "
I 1' New divide York.time between Palm Beach and $9 to $14 a ton for coal. They usually Pine Grove cemetery, Rev. James Tho- nationally, and the usual majoritir I Chairs, Mattresses, Springs and nice Bed1..

Mrs. blame it oh the war. They say that mas, of Lake Butler, conducting the given practically all democratic nom- steads.
I Flagler Miss
was Mary Lily munition makers and mills manufac- obsequies. Deep is inees
sympathy in Florida should
j Kenan, of Macon, Ga. Her prospective expressed be sufficient
i
turing textiles for war garments find for the grief-stricken mother and
compensation for the
loss of the
i i husband, a widower is a prominent with three Louisville children lawyer they must use more anthracite coal little brother and sisters composing ernorship. The office of governor gov-is When you want Harness, Saddles Bridles;; .
to keep on the job, and that the mid- the family, and a large concourse of greater than
any man who held
i whose wife died ever
.. I' automobile accident.three years ago in an dlemen, therefore, have to pay from people were present at the interment.We it or aspired to it, and the state of Buggies, Wagons, Fencing or anything to :; _
$10.75 to $12 for their coal to whole-
Florida is '
I greater than any man or use or wear come to see us
I salers and jobbers. Then the rub comeson loved him, yes, we loved him, party in it. I earnestly trust that ,
} "THE VALUE OF A LIFE. the feeder of the home furnace and But Jesus loved him more, friends and supporters, in common my

the kitchen stove. And He has sweetly called him with all good citizens, will cordially Good whole-grain Rice -- 5c '
.I Starke Modern Woodmen Will Show Meantime, while the dealers and pro- To yonder shining shore. support the next governor and the ad- .

II I Two Reels at fiopson Theatre. ducers are disputing among them- ministration, regardless of past differ- No. 8 Stoves each ,- O.OO*
I I selves as to who is responsible for the Dear Isaiah, we have laid thee ences, in all that may tend to the pros- I $

By special arrangement and through outrageous conditions now existing in In the peaceful grave's embrace, perity and upbuilding of our great ,"
I the courtesy of local Modern Wood-i the coal markets, agents of the de- But thy memory will be cherishedTill state, and the blessings its citizens I
men, the Hopson Theatre has booked I partment of justice are hard at workin we see thy heavenly face. under their laws and liberties. f:.
two reels of motion pictures, featuring an attempt to ferret out the real A FRIEND. Gratefully and sincerely, We carry Salt, Flour, Lard and all kinds of Grocer. :,.

George Gray, in a true and realistic culprits. If any of the offenders can I. W. V. KNOTT. ies and Staple Goods '
film story of his part in the present be pinned down under the anti-trust Commerce Commission that manipulation -
i war-not of bloodshed-but in the law, they are pretty sure to suffer in addition to exportation, is add- THE ALARM CLOCK. We the
highest market
F fight against and conquest of that Federal prosecution.But ing to the high price of flour. Despite pay prices for Cotton, Eggs,
-
LI { menacing monster of the human flesh coal is not the only commodity statements to the contrary, it is de- There and all Country Produce '
J -tuberculosis. Gray ,is one of the whose price fills the householder with clared that grain elevators of the once was a "widdy"Who
i i' million members of the Modern Woodmen gloom. There is a continued advancein Middle West are stocked to the limit Determined worried a biddy Come and see us before buy winter }
I by nature to setIn you your
foodstuffs all along the line. Al-
of America. Discovering that he with wheat and that farmers are find- :
I is afflicted with the disease., he takes most every main article of food has ing it difficult to market their grain. The spite biddy! of kept a ducking Supplies, we will make the prices right
i gone up during the last 30 days. 'In clucking, I
advantage of the comforts, care and Yet the ten-cent loaf of bread has And dried "
4 Helena Mont. not far from the wheat out her feathers so wet. ,
,
I cure of the sanatorium owned, maintained come because of a so-called "scarcity"of .
I and operated by that society belt, bread has gone as high as 15 wheat A $
: free of charge to its members. For cents a loaf, and fresh country eggs The Federal Trade commission has new kind of -pest
j! several years that fraternal institution are selling in Pittsburg at 75 cents a just completed one investigationthatinto A clock Was that put in wound the nest, A. D. ANDREWS ;i.
was to alarm.It .
dozen. Increases of 20 to 40 centsa
f has thus actively and effectively cooperated the high cost of print paper. Its :
went off
at ten
I in the dozen are predicted for canned goodsin show j.
world-wide movement findings that the price has gone
I f t advocated by the Red Cross and medi- 1917, although they already have up as the cost of production has gone A cackling And so all did over the the hen farm.H. Mercantile Company
advanced 25 to 100
( cent.
cal authorities to per down. Cost sheets
! stamp out the dread from 80 per cent G. DENISON.
"white plague" and Gray is the beneficiary The principal Federal inquiry into of the manufacturers in the United
!t of this Woodmen life-saving stat the high cost of milk centers in Bos- States and Canada show that the cost COTTON REPORT. RAIFORD, :: FLORIDA !
tion. It is ton, but investigations are under way of
an intensely interesting manufacturing in the first half of .:.
I and heart-gripping story of the leave- in New York, Philadelphia, Washington 1916 was less than $33 a ton, or $1.65a ,
I taking of wife and children. Weak in and other cities, where the people hundred pounds, figures below thoseof I There were 3,155 bales of cotton $ ,"'. "
I body and hopeles sin mind he journeys have been aroused by the prospect of the previous year. The market price ginned in Bradford county from the ,
: to the beautiful Rocky Mountain region milk at ten cents a quart. The inquiry however, went up as high at $6 and $7a crop of 1916, prior to November 1,
I near where, in the rarified climate into bread prices, including the wheat hundred pounds for a considerable 1916, as compared with 2,488 bales !
t and constant sunshine, at an altitudeof situation, centers in Chicago.Ten volume of business, and much higherin ginned prior to November 1, 1915. .: .
7,000 feet, he is destined to spend of the largest wholesale grocersin specific instances. It seems evident, N. D. WAINWRIGHT,
j nine months at the foot of Mount Cedar Chicago have been summoned to ap- therefore, that the increase may large- Soecial Agent.
:, .1 in the care of the most modern pear before United States Attorney ly be due to big dealers' attempts to
l sanatorium in the world. His experiences Charles F. Clyne, to tell him of the "hog the market. CALOMEL SALIVATESAND
in "chasing the part which they have taken, if any, in
cure, his absolute -
II j rest from all cares and labor, the phenomenal increase in the pricesof r. MAKES YOU SICK ThanksgivingThursday
I his gradual return to health and foodstuffs in that city. The subjectof -

,I strength, his "hikes" among the fragrant this conference, primarily, was the General InsuranceI Acts Like Dynamite on a Sluggish I
consideration of letters and circulars 4
1 pines and over the rocky trails
I of the U. S. forest reserve, leased by i iI I II which the wholesale grocers are said represent none but FIRST Liver and You Losea November 30th '
I and adjoining the sanatorium, result in to have dispatched to retailers. These CLASS companies and will be Day's Work. 1
his final return to family and friends, circulars advised retailers to increasethe constantly on the alert to pro-
victorious over his foe. "The Value prices of foodstuffs and "enjoy mote your interests. Guarantee Thanksgiving is the day when kinfolks I'love
I of a Life" is a thrilling and dramatic the wave of prosperity which is now courteous treatment to all pa- There's no reason why a person i
story-and absolutely true as well; affecting the food industry." trons. A well written policy bya should take sickening, salivating cal- to "gather home." fIn
\ indeed, Grays' experience has been duplicated Alderman George Pretzel, of Chicago first-class agent in a first- omel when 50 cents buys a large bottleof
by nearly 3,000 of his fellow recently declared to the Chicago class Dodson's Liver Tone-a perfect
neighbors, who have already enjoyedthe Council Health committee that 37,500- company sometimes means substitute for calomel.It a spirit of friendly helpfulness, the Officers
much
in of loss fire.
case by
benefits of this justly celebrated 000 dozen eggs were being held in cold is a pleasant, vegetable liquid of this Institution invite the
institution. This film is pronounced I storage in that city while the price H. C. RICHARD Starke which will start your liver just as sure- members
by competent authorities to be one of I there to consumers was about 45 cents ly as calomel, but it doesn't make you of this community who have not as

the very best in this age of highly- a dozen. He named the cold storage t sick and can not salivate. yet found their financial home to join
1 warehouses where the eggs are alleged Children and
developed motion pictures, and is in grown up folks can
i such great demand tha tif. can be to be held, declaring that eight take Dodson's Liver Tone, because it our family of satisfied depositors.A .
booked for only one day and night in men controlled this entire supply, and r.I COFFINS CASKETSAnd is perfectly harmless.

.. each town or city. It is a rare oppor- said the eggs were bought for purely I a full line of Calomel is a dangerous drug. It is welcome and full
speculative at less than 22 measure of court. ;
tunity one cannot afford to miss. purposes mercury and attacks your bones. Takea
At Hopson's Theatre on Friday, No- cents a dozen. Undertakers' Supplies dose of nasty calomel today and you service
vember 24, 1916. Yet the farmer also is prospering.Meat Always on hand. The best service will feel weak, sick, and nauseated to- eous are found in this Institution.

animals-hogs, cattle, sheep and at the lowest pricesvSpecialattention morrow. Don't lose a day's work.
chickens-are bringing him 23.7 per Take a spoonful of Dodson's
i Whoever Yon Take Need Grove's Oeoeral Took cent more than they brought a year to telegraph orders. Tone instead and you will wake Liver up

II U' : The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless ago. and the principal crops are 27.6 Registered Embalmer feeling great. No more biliousness, Bank of Starve
end Took is equally valuable as a per cent higher. The truth is, how- constipation, sluggishness, headache,
General Tonic because it contains the ever, that the farmer's profits appearto DeWITT C. JONES coated tongue or sour stomach. Your i
well known tonjcpropcrtks.f QUININE be far below those of the middle- druggist says if you don't find Dod-
C t LW tad IRON. It act on the Liver, Drives man.As Suc'sr to G. C. Livingston ft Co son's Liver Tone acts better than hor- Starke, :-: Florida

is oat Malaria, Enriches the rood anJ regards the wheat market, information Starke, Fla. rible calomel your money is waiting
Builds up the Whole System SO; cents has come to the Interstate -- r S 2 for yon. (12-4%)

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r- News of Florida in Short Pa.ragrapha.Live 1 I TWO KINDS OF DEBTSOon't !BRITISH CLAIM 'Work Shirts :

:, worry if you are in debt; thatis
if il is wise d'ht. such as payment 1
Newsl for your rdjcsil.oii or home lifinyj: in'Mil STEAMER ARABIA and Overallsnnn J nmI

O[ State 'i is a great thing for those who -- =
.'uw how in u..v: the method wisely. A = :: ,
l 52RW writer in tie Nottmuer American %UNWARNED = ea

Told by Our Exchanges.GAINESVILLE. ; I nlI' ;J'/In" savs: When you buy work shirtsor
j | "1 had :learned two \pry'almlo, !('
I Ii I
lessons that il.-M '!f. overalls 55 '
bust J in it(- ion of GAIXESVTLTE A. D-iPont of fMtbi> 10 lie afraid of but only the
.
-The .xno : ; TWO OF HER ENGINEERS
i the IIar..r "<">"'1-1- s m rat I le it ,if'. "1 1 0") 1'nmfW'V, I i.CP "I"' e: '"," h--h dd i ii'. All husmt'sves that arcvi"j S that will stand up under hard wear

t a boiler Chiefland.!at near here t alb'J! Jin nBeasliy a mm '1 n, i i"I'.t 'fi C'i .i ....\I\ rapidly Ire 11 debt. Railroads KILLED BY THE EXPLOSION 55 and give satisfaction in fit andconvenience. 5 '
J and his son and! painfully i if' i !,tShu! i; Vanl".omiile <'I ha\c 'her )tOnllSSUt'S: IIi)! Stores nrd I = =
others, according to a .-. had received a cer: '>, 'arturirS! their (commercial paper. Thel.igt'l''t =
several
f, jured lenniefrom El 1 FasoTI'x ADMIRALTY STATEMENT SAYS = =
message rece \'eORLANDO.Anotber here. i mead of ) men in business are, generally -
s, consigned! to J. 1*. Williams! nt ('ua speaking, those who owe the most TilE LINER WAS NOT HAILED 5 Our work shirts are made
up
this
These animals to
came city There thou-
money. are a good many BEFORE BEING TORPEDOED.
large packing :and were sent to Citra. !It is the in- sand young men in the country today, ,i! in several colors and vary in
[t 1 has been built at Orlando by lentio nof Williams to breed these
house Mr. who if they had the courage to go in :
[4 the Florida Fruit Company and already jennies and raise small mules for or- debt to secure specializing training, LONDON, Nov. 11.-The Peninsularand :5 weights and materials from the 5

*J over $35,000 has been spent houses in dinary farm work, believing that it would transform their whole careers. Oriental liner Arabia received no light chambray to the heaviest of w
1 fitting up the several packing will be profitable as well as an advantage "Second, I learned the lesson whichall warning from the submarine which -
11 t which the company will operate in this to the farmer who will find these men who take up teaching or any sank her in the Mediterranean on Mon- i flannels and woolens. They are

('i I section. I little animals suitable to their needs,I other job temporarily learn-that any day, according to a statement issued manufactured by the best shirt S3g
; and they can be purchased at much line of work which isn't good enoughto this morning by the admiralty. All
: PALATKA.-Rumor has it that less cost than the present price of give a lifetime to isn't good enoughto the 437 passengers, including 169 I i- makers in America and are =
there yill be another steamer plying mules. give a single year to. I see men women and children, and all the crew
Jacksonville and first class in finish and
__. the St.Johns between dropping out of their chosen work to I with the exception of two engineerswho
this city the coming end season been, arrangements made- ST. PETERSBURG.. J. Daven- take up this thing or that for a little were killed by the explosion, were !! workmanship.No )
t othat having while. 'I will make saved by the vessels which went to the 1)p
of the Hart line, of Ock- port, of Gulfport, who returned recently a quick cleanup,
the owners
by and Geo. from a trip to the Boca Grande they say, 'and get back.' Sometimes rescue.
j lawaha River fame, Captain section declares that a peculiar phe- they do get back; and sometimes not. "The homeward bound Peninsularand matter what your 3
Northern -
V. Spence, backed by capitalists. But the loss of is Oriental mail steamer Arabia was
nomena is worrying the people aroundthe always dropping out work may be you will find
I bay and in Charlotte Harbor. For greater than the gain. This lesson$ I torpedoed without warning and sunkin I
some unaccountable reason the gulf, learned, fortunately, at no cost at all the Mediterranean at about noon on ; our line of jackets and overalls
i De FUNIAK SPRINGS.-The saw- bay and harbor are strewn with thou- Had I followed my plan it would have November 6," says the admiralty announcement suited to
mill plant of the Miller-Harbeson sands of dead fish of all varieties, tar- cost me several thousand dollars in your demands.4
together with a diminished income." t They made with
Lumber Company pon and jewfish being among them. are up
Urge supply of lumber, was destroyedby The stench from the decaying fish has Awaiting Details. of f
plenty pockets and the
fire, Saturday night, October 1st. ,
caused no end of disagreeable condi- WASHINGTON Nov. H.-Full information It
The plant was practically new, hav- tions and the people living in that sec- regarding, the torpedoing of- material is not skimped iAthe
ing been erected about a year ago. The tion have stricken fish from their II- I
I l) the British passenger liner Arabia is cuttini.IIIUIII .
loss U estimated at about $100,000, menus because they fear poisoning. awaited at the state deartment with

partly covered by insurance. :The only explanation offered by old I Y1 "'-\. concern. There has been no official nnif
'fishermen for the wholesale death offish / )! v report indicating that Americans were I BUY A HOME
; KISS 1M ME E.-More than 2,000 is that there has been some sort on board the vessel but the announce- I

lead of cattle were shipped to Texas of subterranean disturbance which has ment of the British admiralty that a Year dollar buys more valu and great*
this week from this city. Mr. Elam cast off poisonous gases which proved 1 ship carrying hundreds of passengers, '
sent 1,000 head and Mr. Lester the fatal to the fish. 1 including women and children, had satisfaction her than anywhere flu. ;

i other 1,000 head. Mr. Elam's consignment been destroyed without warning add-

: went Monday, and Mr. Lester's LEARNING THE WORLD'S GREATEST .. THaven't ed seriousness to the submarine ques- A. M. DARBY Starke Fla.
j went during the latter part of the PROFESSION. q tions now pending.If ,
week. Both consignments were dipped
.. it should develop that the Arabia
! before shipment. ,
carried no Americans the United

.t How many of us appreciate the importance States probably would take no offi- i I
\ KEY WEST.-A total of 1,132 cars of the corn club work? How You cial notice of the incident, although

i; of freight, billed through to Cuba, many of us who-Jiope to send our 20- the deepest interest would be felt be- 1
waiting for the car ferry between Key year-old sons to professional school cause of the possibility that it might SMOKE
i r West and Havana to ferry them across in order that they may study medi- Read About mean a change in Germany's methodsof -- -
'.. ---that; is the record of the Florida cine or law or engineering, realize that submarine warfare.A -
t: East Coast railway established Mont these boys, not yet in their teens, are Them? brief cablegram from Ambassador
; day of last week. The ferry operating fitting themselves for the greatest Page at London announced the sinkingof ALL PURE HAVANAThe Slzi
tt+ at full speed, could not handle the bus profession in the world? the liner. It made no mention of
(:i !Hess. One hundred and fifty-six billion dollars They answer every individual Americans on board. In the absenceof
J"II was the value of the Americancorn Secretary Lansing, no formal an- i last much requirement in the forthcoming. popular of the South. Made by the
ST. AUGUSTINE.-Lieut. Col. W. crop year-twice as as nouncement on case was cigar ,

,: B. Ladue, United States army engineer the wheat crop, three times as muchas suit or overcoat. STARKE CIGAR COMPANY
cotton, forty-eight times as muchas -
t
; in charge of Florida, last week an-
' nounced that the engineers who recently all the silver mined in the United Americans on Board

I'f investigated the project had advised States during the same period and CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Nov. 11.-P. Geo. L Massey, Prop. . Starke, Fla.
I'{ against the government buying seven times as much as all the gold StyleplusIl R. Danner, of this city, an American
taken out of the earth in 1915.
,: the East Coast canal from Jackson- citizen, board th J
was a passenger on
I If all the corn fields of the United ____._
ville to Key West, giving as their reason British steamer Arabia reported sunk
States were brought together, the 'Ike MM DM MHO_r.'
Jl poe
that the business would not justify November 6 in the Mediterranean by a
1 the purchase price and cost of im-',1100,000,000 acres would cover England, submarine without warning.
|j| provement. ,, Wales, Switzerland, The models are not con Danner, who is a Harvard graduate,
j f and Denmark with enough
under -
I'I'I I'j space
25 of has been engaged in
fined
to the years age
r the edges to hide Delaware and young man
j Y. M. C. A. work in India.
MELBOURNE.-Contracts for the I If Rhode Island. Ten million farmersare A
or his father but takein FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONSMILLS
r'f drilling of three oil wells near this husking this year's crop, which
place'for the Florida East Coast Oil, would take 2,125,000 cars, forty tons "mental attitude" SUBMARINE SUNK AMERICANSHIP S

I Gas and Mineral Company have re- to the car to haul-a train 17,000 miles well WEDNESDAYMatter THE FLORIST. INC.
as .
age.Guaranteed
cently been let. The rigging, when long, requiring 53,000 locomotives.
9 erected,will be the largest of the Brad Take $1,756,000,000 value of to please.
ford oil and gas outfits and the company the corn crop-from the nation's as- Will be Laid Before President JACKSONVILLE FLA. ,
, will push the work with all pos- sets, and what is left? $1 thesameold price.J.M.ALVAREZ. Wilson Next Week.
sible speed. The indications of the When corn sold for ten cents a bushel WE WANT AN AGENT IN YOUR TOWN
presence of oil there are said to be the distress was nation wide; when Tt
very strong. farmers burned it for fuel you remem- LONDON, Nov. 11.-The American
steamer Columbian is believed to have .,
ber what sweeping industrial and political -
, TA V ARES.-A few days ago the changes took place? STARAE FLORIDA. been sunk, according to an announce-
! Lake County Real Estate Co. sold a Corn is a dollar or more a bushel ment by Lloyds. It is reported here ,
200 acre tract of land a few miles now, and our prosperity shows it. Be- that Wednesday the Columbian was TLETi
from this city, belonging to J. W. Hun- cause' of the rapidly increasing stock sending out wireless calls for help,
ter, to W. R. Barnes of Kentucky, who business, especially in the South, the saying she was' being shelled by a sub- '
intends putting the entire tract into supply of corn is not adequate even marine. The calls at that time were 4AJr'
peaches. He has already contractedfor now; and to keep pace with the grow- picked up by admiralty stations. A r o I
the clearing of 90 acres, work on ing consumption, new fields are be- Reuter's dispatch from Madrid says
which has to its cultivation the crew of the Columbian has arrivedat
commenced, and as soon as ing opened every year -
completed will be set to above fruit. -1,415,000 acres, for instance, Corunna, Spain, in their lifeboats.
Mr. Burnes says the land has every from 1903 to 1915, in New England, The Columbian was owned by the : I
appearance of being adaptable to New York, Michigan, Wisconsin, Min- ESPECIALLY American-Hawaiian Stemship Company t
peaches, and feels certain that he has nesota, the Dakotas, Montana, Idaho ADAPTEDFOR is under American registry and I
recently sailed from Boston for Ge-
struck a bonanzaTALLAHASSEE and Washington. f.
Figures for the Southern increasrare YOUR STATE noa. The vessel reported as touchingSt.

not available, but it has been some- = Nazaire, France, on November 2.
Miss. Fannie thing like a hundred cent. The ship carried a crew of one hundred -
Strickland per
of Woodville, a canning FREEOUR and thirteen persons, but no passengers -
club Doubling the acreage, however, is .
girl, was awarded the prize for .
not'doubling our resources rather, it
the largest ;
product and the finest
exhibit 00
is cheapening the product. If insteadof
'
at the
recent exhibits shown in
this city. The prize-was a scholarship the twenty-eight bushels to the INSTRUCTIVE IT DOES ME GOOD. *
acre, which is the for the '
in the average 3oo1rStoves
Florida College for Women, also -
CATALOGUE ANDWEEKL m
United States raise
> a gold watch the E. 0. we can fifty-six
presented by
Painter Fertilizer bushels, half our land can be used for Y It does me good to meet the men whomI -
Company. Miss
Strickland pastures, or for doubling production, have known so well
3,000 of to- PRICE LIST
grew pounds
matoes and as the market grows, with the same Those whom I know are always true #
exhibited 43 varieties in t
glass and 7 in tin containers. cultivation, the same overhead, and SEND FOR through every stormy spell, No matter how efficient the
but slightly greater fertilizer and harvesting Whose voices ring out for the right a
expense.To THEM TODAY. with rlwii'M'ss of a hell
G. INESVILLE.-The Citrus Seminar show our farmers how to do thisis Those who would pot for millions cash cook may be, her efforts are useless

which is held at the University of the object of the agricultural extension our countrys interest sell. .-

Florida each year is growing in popularity work and the corn clubs. Corn 1N5EEDOKJACKSONVILLE )) if she works sfwjith a poor
The attendance last :year raising is a recognized science now, For rcinv .!:tvs it seemed l to me just
broke all previous records. More than like surgery, which was at one timean FLA. like a funeral knell
:;50 persons registered. That was 100Ir adjunct to the barber's trade, When in the darkness of this strifeour stove. dOne

cent increase over the year lelore. 'taught in no schools, but left to hacking party unit fell,
The increase for the seminar haphazard.The I But whfn I think all wounds will heal \
, which was hld October 17 to 20 was I 56-bushel average is not far off, DON'T THROW AWAY YOUR throughout each vale and dell, of our chpktetoves or .
not so !large but still it showed a for already in Florida has the 100-; It makes me feel as though set free
healthy growth 60 per cent over last bushel record been passed three times I MONEYby from out a prison cell. in ho fevll insure
: year The ranges your
total enrollment this
year this year-and by boys. It is a boy
t was above 400. who holds the world's record for corn It makes my heart leap forth with joy

; and our children yearning to lx adeptsin selling to Peddlers. You can get and in my bosom swell well cooked meals and be the
TAMPA.-In order to the the world's greatest blanch of basic When through the wires and papers,
: Bowing of grain in this encourage section of the industry will see a strange and stu- much better prices by shipping direct' too, I hear the words that tell pride of a good
State, the Miller-Jackson Grain Company pendous prosperity.Pensacola! Jour to us That a certain kind of animal with a : housekeeper.

at Polk and Ashley streets, is to nal. fearful horrid smell, t
t. install in the near future a sheller and We buy Metals, Rubber, Rags. With Hun and all false!' democrats You look at them before
.. a large corn mill for war fI".r3tt to-'i'ptas. you
grinding How Indians
corn Purified Water.
t with the present price of Sacks, Bones, Etc, Etc, and pay i n. F. MCDONALD,
wheat prevailing The Indians had a way of purifying
!the,staff more of corn meal will be usedas water from a pond or swamp by digging Highest Prices & Give Prompt Lake liutler: Fla. buy, and back of them is our
> life. Mr. Miller annot'l"rpJ A hole about a foot across and

;.f" will! that a large sheller which' down about six Inches below the water Returns.Price Lax-Fos,A Mild Ef sc uztHra I Urn Tonic guaranty of quality.D.
t hncc sod> shell from 185 to 150 level a few feet from the pond. Does Not Grtpt for OMife till itoiet .
Will bu.l uis per hour, U now h transit, nnd I After It was filled with water, they List mailed on application. Ia addition to other properties,L x-Pos 4k
t- arrive hero this week. He also i bailed It out quickly, repeating the contains Cascara ia acceptable form a
announces the Corn mill will have a balling process about three times. stimulatlnLaxattveandouice LaxPo.acts C. Jones HardwareStarke
apparatus that 'wiJI rind corn on therob. After the third balling the hole wouldbe THE PENINSULAR METAL CO. effectiftlyand does not gripe nor ,
The disturb stomach. At the same time,it aids
one they now have filled with filtered It
water.
,grinds Try -
shell digestion,arouses the liver and secretions
Florida
\ corn. I
Boy Scout Handbook. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
i and restores the healthy functions. SOc. ,

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v-? i PAGE FOUR' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, .NOVEMBER? 17, U1t ..

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I i W. C. T. U. MOTHERS MEETING NOTICE.Mr. '
t I Bradford County Telegraph I 1 I ii .
, i RUB OUT PAIN
I Last Friday afternoon the Woman's W. V. McLean is traveling over

r (1 Published Weekly, and entered as second : Governor Catts' StatementComment I II Christian Temperance Union, assisted Bradford county, in the interest of the I II with good oil .liniment 'itaf,

( by the Loyal Temperance Legion, Telegraph, for the sake of soliciting the surest way to stop them.

, 1 t class matter at the post-office at held a Mothers' meeting, at the homeof subscriptions and printing, and collect [The best rubbing liniment j

Starke, Florida. I : i Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Freeman. debts for subscriptions, printingor
I
; ti t = =- =0 == I The meeting was well attended and advertising due this office. Mr.

{ E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner : I of State Press on New GovernorVFirst: J JI much interest manifested in the sub- McLean is authorized to receive and MUSTANG cLINIMENl c-

II. E. LAGERGREN, Associate Editor ; jects under discussion, the program receipt for money, and any favor

r \ Public Utterance After Election' j being taken from the November num- shown him will be much appreciatedby
I ---- ---- -- ; I
f I --- ber of the Florida Good News. Mrs us.

.. It is a puzzle to all patronizers of I i D. R. Edwards deserves much credit E. S. MATTHEWS,

f t; I the grocery stores, when the wholesalers 1\\ for the excellent training of a num- Prop. Bradford County Telegraph.BOX .

raise the price per barrel or a hun- I ber of little folks from the L. T. L.,
I
: In the campaign just closed "Dixie, which eventually led to his election. I n
dred pounds of a commodity a few whose! numbers were received with: SUPPER AT SAMPSON.A Good fir the Ailments
;f the a Jacksonville weekly publication was That can hardly be denied.I Of <
raise
retailers must
the marked favors.
r cents, I often referred to as the organ of the I He claims to be, or to have been, a Horses, Mules, Cattle, Etc
: price of a quart or pound five or ten The president, Mrs. E. W. Stewart, ;
Jacksonville whiskey interests and its Baptist minister and was the candidate box supper is to be given at the
, cents-never less than five, as if there presided over the exercises, which Good for year own AtJiu
Had '! support of Mr. Knott was held up as I of the prohibitionist party in this state schoolhouse at Sampson City, Satur- :.
coin than the nickel. follows Pains '
lower Rheumatism
I I was no ;, a sure sign of that gentleman's per- Those two things ought to be thoroughly were as : day night, Nov. 18. Everybody cor- Spra Da.
r 1 the dry goods men, when prices began I Song service conducted by Mrs. A. CUb Burns Etc
,
.
,
understood.Now invited.
of versity. In its last issue Dixie publishes dially The girls will bring
i the of yard
to soar, raised price a Z. Adkins. __
Governor-elect Catts' statementand if his ante-primary contention boxes. 25c. 5Oc. S 1. At sU
. I nickel dime time, instead Psalm 147 Mrs. Dealer
cloth a or every l Scripture reading, -
heads it "Catts Thinks Dixie was correct, if he believes in the pro-
of half a cent or a cent, the most E. W. Stewart.
ashes Way" Editorially it comments on the hibitionist idea as to the enforcement Bad Colds from Little Sneezes Grow.
would' be clothed in of Mrs. J. A.
: of us now Prayer Thanksgiving- t. "
of laws and the further restric-
statement follows liquor
as : '
Many colds that all winter
sack cloth. Hendry. hang on
I, and Elsewhere on this page Mr. Catts tion of the liquor traffic, he ought, in Full Supply of
start with
Roll call-Each member answeringby a sneeze, a sniffle, a sore
THE MAN OF THE HOUR. makes a most remarkable statement. justice to his numerous followers, still
r i repeating verse from the Bible. throat, a tight chest. You know the
L a
He confirms expressions made by his be earnest for both religious antagonism :i COFFINS AND CASKETS .
i" Recitation, "What Makes a Nation I symptoms, and you know prompt I
friends in the campaign that he be- and abolition of the liquor traf- -
f ; President Woodrow Wilson has been Great and Strong?"-Master Leroy :treatment will I -
break it Dr.
f Kings
liberal he up.
lieves in government-that
I which All Sizes and
re-elected safe majority, fic.But Stewart. Qualities
by a This he New Discovery, with its anti-
nation has is opposed to freak legislation. in his statement directly repudiates soothing ;
means that the American sucha ideas. lie "It would Recitation, "Abstainers" Master septic balsams has been Hand .
; endorsed his administration in the explains why Mr. Catts received I both says Ruffin Edwards. breaking up Alwayt on
large vote among certain elementsin be ridiculous for anyone to believe that' colds and healing coughs of and
its young
past and is willing to let him guide I Joint Recitation, "Apple Teetotalers" -
; Jacksonville.If I would even attempt to force religious old for 47 Dr. New
four years. King's
the coming years. Maxine Ruth
destinies during I Young, Poppell,
PRICES
REASONABLE
stands his latest declar- views the politic.
Catts by upon body
Discovery loosens the phlegm clears .
time president ,
I Since Lincoln's no Isla Poppell, Elizabeth Kendrick, Owen -
ation, he will make a constructive governor I would have the people of the stateto
the head
soothes
: has been confronted with so many Griffin, Frances Colley. the irritated mem-
and aid in preventing freak leg know at the beginning that my policy J. C. CONE
vital as has Wilson I brane and makes easier.
problems of import I Recitation, "A Little Temperance breathing At
the will be broad and [
islation and affecting philanthropic,
of the complexity ofthe : Lawtef. :-: Flora.fMs900 *
And on account Girl"-Ethel Griffin. your druggist, 50 cents. ((2) '
to individual rights of freemen. for the best interest of all concerned, *
problems they have been left Song, "Marching to Victory"Chorus _
------
If he should develop into a real, con- and that no sumptuary or blue laws .
solve and he has never ..
him alone to by L. T. L. -
structive chief executive .he should of New England will ever find a placein NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF CREDL '
: tried to divide his responsibility with Question box conducted by Mrs. A. TORS.In Ortit-31i J Cr1 lrst '
of all administration.
have the plaudits people.We
others. He has been criticised by re- my H. Freeman. the district; court of the United States for
he In other words he now says that he the Southern District of Florida. In Bank- I '
: and democrats alike and What do think of the J
publicans you practiceof ruptcy.In .
will not search of convents
has carried his cross alone. So far would like to her expression' attempt a sleeping out of doors?Discussed the matter of Harry Baomstein. of Starke J. R. Davis
he has managed through his diplomatic from the "saints" who tore their inti- that he will not compel Roman Cath- by Mrs. J. W. White.Is Florida in the county of Bradford. Districtaforesaid !
the linen for the "Hon S. J.. and olic priests to marry, and that if laws
to keep mate
tact and farsightedness it advisable to take a baby or Notice is hereby Riven that on November
i country out of war. Instead of weakening I who now have his public"assuran e concerning the manufacture and sale young child out in all weather?-Mrs. 10th. 1916. the said Harry Baumstem was duly t & Company : :

I the nation by engaging in hostilities that they will receive the same consid- of intoxicants, commonly sailed sump- E. W. Stewart. adjudged of his creditors bankrupt will and be that held the in first the office meeting of t *

I with either Mexico or some Eu- eration as the gamblers.LakelandTelegram. tuary laws, are submitted to him by Why does fresh air cure consumption the clerk of said court in the government ; '
the legislature he will veto them. building in the city of Jacksonville Duval
.
we are today stronger while take cold when t
: ropean power The Herald has believed that there we sitting county. Florida on November 27th 1916, at
JNSURANCJ
I and richer than we have ever been be- : in a draught?-Mrs. II. G. Denison. 10 o'clock a. m.. at which time said creditorsmay
was a disappointment in store for the attend. ,
their
fore, and should we yet be forced intoa If Sidney J. Catts, Florida's next coming governor's followers who sup- Is night air dangerous Mrs. M.M. trustee, examine prove the bankrupt claims, and appoint transact a .

war we are the more able to give a governor, lives up to the statement anti-Catholic and :, Fryer.Why ouch other business as may properly come before -
his
good. account of ourselves. published in the Times yesterday, we, his ported prohibitionist ideas, but campaign it did not are plants unwholesome in a Jacksonville said meeting., Florida November 15 1916. Starke, :-: Fk ida ; 1

Wilson has often been accused of a nor anyone else, will have any regret think that the repudiation of his whole sleeping room?-Mrs. J. R. Halligan.Is CHAS. S. ADAMS,
lack of "backbone." But what do his that he was elected. It was a manly, would it a good practice to air rooms ll-li.lt. Referee in Bankruptcy. vs@ OEii.iOs.&. ii.1+sDoift :
campaign platform come quiteso
accusers know of the real state of straightforward announcement and in the early summer mornings, then .
early. -- -- --- -
conditions? The dignity of the presi- would indicate that Florida need haveno You'll have to hand it to Mr. Catts close and darken them for all day- <
dent's office and the weal of the nation fear for his administration.-St. Mrs.
Emily Philips.
I for being remarkable man, and
a per-
forbid the promiscuous dissemniation Petersburg Times. How cane get all the good there
haps he will make a remarkable gov- I Fan to Attend
of diplomatic affairs. Had all known aGreatest
: had Wil- ernor, after all.-Miami Herald.It I is from the air about us-Mrs. F. A. I
t the true conditions, had they Scott.
The thousands who voted for Mr.
son's farsightedness, had they had a
Catts, believing that hewould "run At the close of the program a social

r full appreciation of his responsibilitiesthere the Catholics and the niggers out of is safe to say that not in many half hour was enjoyed, at which time

would probably have been little the state," must have been somewhat years has a candidate for Governor the: hostess, assisted by Mesdames J. they
At
I adverse criticism of his actions. disappointed in his first public address faced such strong and organized oppo- P. Colley and E. W. Stewart, served

I the same time he was unjustly blamed following the election, when he declared :- sition as did Sidney J. Catts. It is light refreshments.
actions he had
for some of his more that he would treat Catholic and safe to say that at the time of his elec-

power over congress than most presi- Protestant alike, and would "not even tion those who opposed him vigorouslywere AMENDMENT EXEMPTING PROPERTY You'll find a trip to Jacksonville the fdH

dents"Joy before cometh him.in the morning." After attempt to force religious views upon more keenly disappointed than OF WIDOWS PROBABLY week in December mighty enjoyable and i 1 c

having been abused and left to guide the body politic-Palatka Times-Her- characterized the usual results. CARRIED. interesting. The big Duval County Fair } '
ald. On the other hand there has seldom
the-ship of state alone, according to will then be on-and it is going to le sonic i
if been of
he has the ever, a quicker change sen- I
his own judgment, suddenly TAMPA, Nov. 14-The amendment
timent. The statement which the show. The interest in this .mr1) c !lr
his labors gov- ;':.
of
, pleasure seeing appreciated Mr. Catts' after-election card "to allowing a tax exemption of $500; to

his judgment verified and fur- the people of Florida" will be as dis- ernor-elect prepared in the Metropolisoffice widows with dependent families, to Florida and in neighboring State, insures .

ther confidence in him proclaimed appointing to the oos-those had the on effect the day of after his election, has soldiers crippled in the war or persons exhibits and attendance that will mnL, ) it

through his re-election. He can now saintly people whose piety beset themas insuring cooperationon crippled through misfortune has apparently of InterSate;
the of his bitter more an
part even most en-
I grasp the helm with renewed strength, a physical affliction-as it was sat- carried at the recent state

I knowing, as he does, that the nation isfactory to J. E. T, Bowden. In it emies. He is being congratulated on election, according to the tabulated than a county (J..ir-. :

considers him capable to guide it Mr. Catts says "my policy will be a all sides upon his statement of policies returns received from about onefourthof prise. Other Fbi i 'ae ;

through maelstroems and currents, broad, liberal and just one and no which put the people on noticeas the state. 1 : ,
s fairs have bee .
what of tle1c!
to be expected him in ,
may $
storms and hidden rocks. The Euro- The amendment the -
sumptuary or blue laws of New England affecting re- z
the administration of the affairs of thegovernor's and will be betti': h t :
:
internal have
pean war and questions will ever find a place in my ad- apportionment of the legislature and t'

created abnormal conditions which require ministration." How is that for a can- office. It was a short state- the one strengthening the "grandfa- r 't this one prom' t7: s: :,
ment, but it said lots and had the
a wise, cool head to cope with didate who ran on the prohibition tick ringof ther clause" have apparently been de- eclipse them all Li ', ; ('-
sincerity which has convinced 3s& & lY 1
successfully. We are lucky to have a et? He also promises to treat the many feated. .

man like Wilson now, and let us hold gambler and the saint with equal con- 'that he is going to make a good gover- important respe"Jissssj '. :F,
nor-if he lives to his
up his arms during the struggle. sideration. Which is all very nice for up promises, NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.

i, HINTS TO*FARMERS. the gambler.-Palatka News. I and Jacksonville this he Metropolis.will undoubtedly do.- Inasmuch as the law does not require Come to JaCIS1( J h i f e II:;

.. I I ;; I me to travel over the county! for t:' 1 .

Every farmer is a business men. He We certainly have to hand i it to the purpose of collecting taxes, I will

r buys and sells. lIe must make use of the governor-elect of Florida and yield | Now that the election is' over, the not make the usual trips as heretofore.I .

" the mails to carry one his business him the palm as being one of the most returns indicating the election of Sid- have prepared a notice which will December 5th to ql 'j t.- I

I and if he makes frequent shipments remarkable men that.have come into ney J. Catts to the high office of gov- be sent to all tax payers who are not wo_ .lii! f

, his correspondence is often consider- prominence in this state. rnor by at least a large plurality, no in easy reach of this office, which-will :

able.) lie generally writes his letterson lIe piled up a majority that will be good can be accomplished by keepingup make the paying of taxes easier for Spend these five days in busy, bustling: r

the first scrap of paper that comesto the wonder of the political history of the political fight;-in fact, much the people and will also take a hardship Jacksonville and see the Duval County I r

hand and his writing, in pencil, is the state for some time, under the cir- harm would come to 'the state' from off the tax collector. I also think Fair, attend the theatres, do some shojtjuug t :

more or less difficult to decipher. cumstances, a majority that may be such a course, and we should now all hat-if I stay in the office the County !

Sometimes he forgets to date his let- attributed, first,.to his platform before get together on the common ground of money will in .no wise be subject to and have a good time generally. Thr ex- It"

.the primary, 'and.second, to his working for the state's best interests risk as it would be in traveling over hibits at the fair will make: you more proud I

envelope personality and campaign methods, "On Wednesday Mr. Catts gave'out the county. than ever of Florida and y n\'Illea"n\ from Ilr E'

r .what- office it was mailed from _the. ret -'-. niether of which, while they may be a statement to the public, in which he Respectfully yours, I ii f them new ideas that will} help and

cipient is\imaUe to give an answer, more Or l less creit:!! ,ble to himself, are made this emphatic statement: ally B. M. DOWLING, jou If.

r as he does not know where to send a at all creditable to the state. policy will be broad, philanthropic and .. Tax..Collector, your neighbors.! Your

! reply. Often the name and initialsare While his victory is astonishing, not for the best interests of all concerned.NO *'.v M.REMOVALS. J 2ti. : = friends in the city will bs ",

so unreadable that they must be :to 'say-dishe rtening, the wonderful SUMPTUARY NEW ENGLAND OR BLUE WILL LAWSOF i'. .t.j .. .}. glad to see you, a/ic youvill ,
EVER .JU'
; t guessed -at; and the reply is apt to thing about the man, now, is the po- !, i' '!II' -:' f'.
FIND A PLACE Mr. W. L. Wall has moved from his meet of th'nn
IN MY AD IIXIS- .
\Y.
L"' many
sition he has assumed since his elec- .; I'L' .. '
i reach another person than the one in-I \. .. \ "t. ",.: 1
t! TRATION. residence on Cherry street, recently from other of rior* '
$
tended.'v tion was made certain.In \: ( f. prats .

!t :;: The appearance, of. a letter'"has much i the Florida Metropolis, of Jacksonville "That is spoken like a man and sold-Gray to residence Joe Hill on Williams'North Walnut, Esq., to street the ; ; \it "t J ida. Bring the folks-'

I he has published a statementto statesman, and the Sun is prepared to '
with estimating bt the writer
do
to of accommodations
,I recently vacated by Judge Geo. A. plenty
give Mr. Catts, of Floridaas :,
in as
This is so well known that no merchant the people of the state which he governor
II; Gardiner.Mr. i";
hearty support on the above plat- at reasonable rates.Reduced .
for
harmony
J ., manufacturer or>> professional appeals, very properly, Robert Cone has moved from .
the people of Florida. form as it would give any other man.
business
man would think o.f writing a among {
I ,"4 letter on a sheet of paper that did not It will be remembered, in fact it can- < The good of the state should be placed the Valentine'cottage on North Wal- I :
nut street the J. L. Warren
to cottage
t benr.his name, occupation and address' not be forgotten, that Mr. Catts made ,above the personal interest or ambition on South street. Railroad Rates

J t printed at the'top, or forwarding it in his first campaign, the one for the of any man, and the Sun will always -
Mr.
I W. M. Bryan has moved, with
'\ an envelope that did not have his card nomination, on the question .of regulating (i work for the upbuilding of its his from the Boree \
family cottage
the affairs of the Roman Cath- county and state, and this must be the on
! printed upon it. : Cherry street, to the;E: A. Wall cottage Ask Your Ticket
(
I Why should not the farmer pay the olic church in this state, on the resis- conduct of every good citizen. just south of it; formerly occu- Agent .

same attention to hjs correspondence? tance which he thought necessary to] "The full text of Mr. Catts' state: pied by Mr. A. A. Culbreth and fam-

lie writes for samples, for-goods, for the alleged political activities in Flor- (: ment not only has the ting of sincerity ily. All railroad lines entering Jackrorrille

irformation, solicits business, sendsI ida of that religious organization. but is noticeably free from the will
reduced
rates for
checks and money orders, and so on. Without that he would not have been least semblance of rancor or bitter give this fair. Tick-

". If his stationery bears his name and able to arouse the peculiar feeling in ness which might have been expected I held In in the connection decorated with automobile the Leon parade Coun- ets will be on sale :Monday, Dec. 4th, good

I address is to the state which made him the second 7ollowing so bitter a until the
I nothing apt go wrong ty Fair, the car of Mrs. L. A. Yates returning 9th. Ask your ticket
1 I' and such letters give a certainstand- highest candidate in the primary and Gainesville Sun. camp2.ign.-I'
.
' was awarded the prize as the best and agent now about these rates and he will ,

s\r ing to the writer and more attention _ __ n_ _ ____ --- --- -- ---- most uniquely decorated automobile in be
I tl' is }given to them than to. slovenly ap ready to give you the benefit of them.
the Several other
parade. cars were
missives. If letter has been mer the tag is generally cut from a
: : pearing a entered, and all were prettily arrayedin Favorable rates on exhibits also have :
wrongly addressed, the card on the shoe box and the writing indistinctlymade l" r; = Manufactured '

;f r< envelope will cause it to be.returned to by a hard pencil. Why not have METAL bunting and colored crepe paper. been authorized by the railroads. Agricul-
o nr i o The Yates car was decorated in white.
; the sender after a few days, when he printed tags, on which the name and tural products, art and needlework, livestock :
1 -Tallahassee Record.
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will the mistake, while otherwiseit address of the sender appears, and CEIUNGSSIIINGLESROOFING x
, t see fruits, flowers and vegetables from
avoid confusion. Likewise, in puttingup ,
it will be sent to"the dead letter office
.: and, it will be months before he finds syrup in bottles to be sold at the Head off That All-Winter Cough.At any section of Florida may be shown.

stores, why not incur the slight ex- the first sign of sore throat,
' out what became of the} letter. Generous prizes offered. Send for cata-
i r But "I cannot afford printed letterheads pense of having printed labels for the AND OTHER SHEET METAL tight chest or stuffed-up head take a
and full
log to H.
," says the farmer. Yes, you bottles. A bottle of syrup bearing the BUILDING MATERIAL dose of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. particulars H. SIMMONS

.I,Iii can. You have to buy paper and envelopes maker's name will be sold sooner, and Wri te To Day For Catalogues The healing pine tar, soothing honey Chairman Entrance Committee. For other

t' at the stores for yourself and often at a better price than one with- and and glycerine quickly relieve the con- information, addressA.
Quotations
_p family.! You can get printed letterheads out a label, as the former acts as a Special gestion, loosen the phlegm and breakup

and envelopes of much better guaranty for good quality and fun J'HE fiORIA rtsM.Pam.JACKSONVIuc.rLA. P. ANTHONY .
i r i 4 measure. your cold. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Chairman, County Fair CommittS:
0
rei i quality for less price than unprinted Honey has all the benefits of the heal-

l 1 ones at the stores. The paper will be Farmers should keep up with mod- ing aroma from "a pine forest, it is

liii put up in neat tablets and the envel-waste ern business procedure and the above pleasant to take and antiseptic. The Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce
thus preventing
opes in a box, hints are to help them in that direc- Read the Bradford County Tele- lieves coughs and colds. At your drug-
i and spoilage. _
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FRIDAY; NOVEMBER M. me BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE FIVE J

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i rr" HAMPTON vs WALDO. GOLDEN WEDDING CELEBRA-

f TION. ILL HEALTH 4)t'
6 A fine game of basket ball was played .1

t Bits of LocalInformation last Saturday at Hampton betweenthe A dinner was given by Mr. and Mrs. Q .===

Waldo and Hampton high school J. E. Futch, at their home on Water IS EXPENSIVEan3 Diatnrows.! ___"'-:_-._-
, teams. The game resulted in a victory street, Wednesday, November 15th, in c :::= -- W':::

of 26 to 9 in favor of Hampton. honor of the golden wedding day of manydoetorbilsaresnn.eessarys If your liver S "a.:m.arMrtRaatq- +r.t.o .u.-.., :..
and free of PrntCu'b c.roe.
active system waste matter need
: The line-up for the game was as follows Hon. and Mrs. N. A. Blitch, of Talla- rarely be aide.your For constipation heaviness,bad you breath -- __ ]
: hassee, who on that day counted fifty and digestive disturbances use a good laxative. .

I ,. C.MRhj Our ?..,fr.sMs? aa4 Hampton-Alderman, center; Scot- years since their wedding, at Levy- Manalin Tablets are Ideal ;/'I ',{
rd/N in tin C..u T..m.i ten and Rolley, forward; Williams and ville, November 15, 18CG.
They taste lib candy, relieve effectively,and form no bad habits. Perani .::1
if' Turner, guard.WaldoJolly. Present at the occasion were, be- Tablets dear up the system,overcome catarrh,restore the appetite snl tone : .
.f"l center; Hands and side the honorees, their sons, Mr. J. up the system. The two are great ai Is to ,.". .. r...P!
o Cannon, forward; Manning and Win- S. Blitch, of Montbrook, and Mr. Stew- :au-hd.. good health. Send in theeoupon toilCettULuStwe / Glsaiah.... i

a ,Last Saturday a little girl was born J. M. Brownlee has lately shippednine ters, guard. art H. Blitch, of Williston, and their tJ.--n Perun.Tablets MeUanalm /Eo.looed%Gentlemen dnd._: _..! !.1'. ,

to Mr. and Mrs. M. Dubose. carloads of cross-ties. The ties Scotten for Hampton, and Hands daughters, Mrs. J. E.' Futch, Mrs. T. I/ urr- aDd IOc Tablets 25e /for a box of ..--..fen..-
raJ. ; being well made of good timber for Waldo, featured in the game. N. Limbaugh, and Mrs. H. L. Brown- I a Tableta. SeMto

Clean cotton gs.. not too small, brought a good price. lee, together with their husbands, all I S oe.Si: *.;==-.=I The Peruoa Co. I
i' I t'riccuc.:...... =- .:.;. Columbus, Name --- --\ -
i at this office. NEW MANSE COMPLETED. of Starke; also nine grandchildren, --
: bought Little Miss Hazel Warren, of Clayno Mrs. Limbaugh having two present, ;I Ohio. AddJ'eSl '-'" .....-. -.. ..-.-.........--.. -- _. j ,

;I Some repairs have been made to the is one of the latest to be enrolledin Rev. and Mrs. II. G. Denison are Homer Limbaugh, a student of the :I -
Garage during the week. the sixth grade of the Starke High Georgia Institute of Technology be-' .
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' i Ford moving into the new manse, just southof A .,
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School. the Presbyterian church. This beau- ing absent; Mrs. Brownlee having i

i J Sweet potatoes wanted, see us before tiful little bungalow is a great creditto three; Mr. Stewart H. Blitch, three;
you bring them in. Brown & Serges-same old quality, 50 cents, the generous and enterprising mem- and Mr. J. S. Blitch, one. Also, Mrs.B. B. Z. MATTHEWS i

Son. 11.10-2t $1.00 and $1.25.Iorgan's.:: bers of the Presbyterian church, and P. Smith, of Daytona, a sister of I

to the ability of Dr. Denison who has Mrs. N. A. Blitch, Miss Mary Pack, Artesian Well DrillerI
.:? Mrs. George Thomas and children, so successfully managed the a niece of Mrs. Blitch, and Miss Ruth
promo-
. WHY NOT of Stuart, who have spent several tion of the entire matter. French, who makes her home with
.\ weeks with her father, Rev. L. W. Mr. and Mrs. Brownlee. I have had twenty-four years experience in

' ;' Kickliter, and her brother, :Mr. J. F. BIRTHDAY PARTY. Many valuable and beautiful pres-

: : Harold Brown was in Jacksonville Kickliter, returned home on last Fri- ents were given the honorees. Among Well drilling in Florida. .
day. them was one which deserves especial
Tuesday on business. On Thursday, the ninth instant, lit-
,1 mention, an eiderdown bedquilt with /guarantee to satisfactorily complete :
tle Miss Harriet Ritch and her brother
Mr. Bruce Davis, of Tampa, came cloth of gold cover and silk lining. It
Mr. F. II. Long has purchased a Master Ritch celebrated I
Carlyle ,
.' up Wednesday and spent a short wh'i was presented by the Sunday schoolof .CONTRACTS -
hardsome new Overland touring car.Fish'and with his father, Mr. W. E. DavIs. their birthdays by giving a joint par- the Tallahassee Baptist church, of

Bruce has friends in Starke who ty, Harriett being seven years of age
which
Cedar' oysters fresh many Mr. Blitch is the superintendent.This Raiford, :: Florida
.', are always glad to shake hands with and Carlyle six. splendid gift was presented with
: daily at.Handy Brymer's. 10-13-tf. him. Their friends received cunning little the t
following verse
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invitations ornamented with the 'pic- .... ..,
I J. Vernon Jones, the Hampton merchant Beautiful all-wool Poplins, $1.00- ture. of a little boy and girl in party "We make this gift to the bride and ':

j was.in town Monday. i: Morgan's. attire, and the following words: "J] groom .. .S.$. +$.$. .$. .$. $.

i am going to have a party on Thursday, Of fifty years ago, <.> .i
1 H. L.. Stevenson made some heavy Mrs. Marie Harby and Miss Florida the ninth of November' from three to To add to the comforts of your room ; j

4 shipments of pecans l last week. Davis returned to their home, Madison, five o'clock. Please let me know if As winters come and go. 1

Monday, after a few days' visit with you can come." If[ the time e'er comes you two grow II.: t 1 1t

j Special prices on lumber., etc., at Mrs..J. M. Mitchell. They had spent : Both host and hostess received a old ;

Quigley Lumber Co's. yard during No- the summer at Atlantic Beach, where large number of beautiful presents (We wish that much delay), I

] vember. Mrs. Harby owns a cottage. from their friends and relatives, and Let this recall in its hue of gold a

the afternoon passed away happily Your fiftieth wedding day." J I. ... au

Trespass cards for sale at this office. with games on the lawn and a perfectly i
1 1PAY LESS I AT I delicious birthday feast of cream The dinner was excellent and the I.1 ILJj .

,- Mr. Walter- Wills, of Tampa, stayedover and cake. To each little guest was occasion pleasantly spent-as how ."'
with relatives here Sunday. He, given the favor of a rose colored, basket could it be otherwise? A unique feature .

, W. M. Parker, of New River, was with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morgan, Mr. filled with tiny candy teddy bears. was the presentation by Mr. (0) .) : '
The tables the Blitch to each of his children of $25
placed screen-
were on
M.'Leviton and Ennis made
Gary an
( in town Monday.
.{ f' to ed porch and made more attractive in gold, which will be used by thorn
interesting trip by. auto Worthington
'J V. Mrs. Rob' Richards of, Tampa: spent and the Ft. Call section. with bowls' of roses. Little Harriet notable to commemorate event. this pleasant and I IE ARE GOING TO MOVE I l
seated
; i si: several days last week at the home of and her guests were ate
sale this table, on which was a birthday cake Hon. and Mrs. Blitch are remarkably (.)
':. 'her brother, Mr. W. L.WalL Trespass cards for at office. '
ornamented with seven pink candles; young-locking people for their years :
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2,000 yards dress ginghams, only Rev. N. T. King well known in this while Carlyle and his guests were seated and bid fair, as all of their many .
; at another table, on which was a friends hope, to have their useful lives :
t. 10 cents-Less by the boltMorgan's. section, has moved here from Tampa.Mr. I Some Lumber and Building
King has not yet decided what lovely white cake ornamented with six prolonged for decades to come. ; '

Cane grinding has begun in earnest business he will engage in, but he is blue candles.

and new syrup will soon be plentifuland an industrious! and enterprising man About thirty little people enjoyedthis BAZAAR WORKERS ENTERTAINED Material Reduced i :
cheap in the market. and will soon be at work helping to very happy afternoon with these THURSDAY.The | at special

build up this section. His many charming children. .

i A. 0. Andreu, the barber, can now friends here areg lad to have him ladies of the Methodist church
his chair in the Bart them.Suitcases PRESBYTERIAN BAZAAR.The I Prices for---CASH.w i ti
r' be found at City among who are sewing for their bazaar, to .

; ber be given December 5th, were entertained ;
of all kinds. Sternberg's. ladies of the w *
Presbyterianchurch : last Thursday afternoon by '
Shop.MORGAN'S will hold a sale at Mr. J. E. Mrs W. B. Young. The hostess serv- i '
;
t I ? Large quantities of empty barrels I Futch's vacant store, one door west of ed a'most excellent salad course and | If you need Lumber'of any

. are being shipped from Starke. Theygo ;' Mrs. Richard's millinery store, on No- other dainties, and the time passed Z
mostly to Cedar Key and will be venlber 28th. Besides the dainty and most pleasantly to the workers. .1
; l:: used for fish and oysters. the useful there will be jellies, homemade Sash Doors Etc.
.1 ; Millinery that will save you money, : Yesterday afternoon, from twothirty | kind take i
hats for small chaps, 50 candy, cake and cracked pecans to four-thirty, Mrs. T. J. Griffin and ,
especially on
; r Sweaters at old prices. Sterr.berg's. for your Thanksgiving dinner. Look. Mrs. R. A. Weeks entertained the .
r Iff'i per cent und r price. Morgan's. for further notice next week. workers at Mrs. Griffin's home. Much these
.t'. I advantage of special prices. i
;:. .,'j,/ Mrs. M. E. Edwards, of Gainesville, Mrs. Dyes?, of Oxford, a very old sewing and planning were accomplished -
J; 5 ,spent Monday with her daughter, Mrs. lady, who came here some time ago Drives Out Malaria,Builds Up SystemThe and at the close of the: afternoon .

r 1 .A. Z. Adkins. blind from cataract, had her sight restored Old Standard general strengthening tonic, :Mesdames Griffin and Weeks served 0 ..
by Dr. A. II. Freeman and re. GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC,drives ou: delicious refreshments.

Mr. L A. Davis went over to Cran- turned home Saturday. tem.blalarinenrichesthebiood A true tonic. For adults.andbuilds aMtcbi>up
dall last Saturday to visit his{ mother, James Reynolds, of Graham, was in '
<'Mrs.< L. A. Davis, Sr. Tax Collector Dowling has decidedto "LITTLE MUSICIANS. town Wednesday. <.' ,
discontinue his former practice of : .
O a"s1Y.8""sras.s4 c0"ski.:.v+i ... +H'$ ;. 6ii.E. >
.. Pretfy millinery at Sternberg's. traveling over the county to collect The "Little Musicians" held their Trespass cards for sale at this office.fLASSIFIEH. .
taxes. This practice is not requiredby
meeting at the home. of Miss Kathleen / .,.,4
law but has been followed as an
;> Mr. Walter McDonald, of Jackson- Alvarez.

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I and Mrs J. F. Kickliter.tOE1kADD. a not within an easy expense.reach of nice.program arranged and it was en- \* ADVERTISING If I "fTo i.. Mt ?.. iy e
much. The was ,
joyed very program ;
'. Starke have been notified of ",the J
as follows: j
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amount of their taxes and
: can pay
them by check sent by mail.Coat'suits Piano solo, (Mendelssohn's compos FOR SALE.-Good horse. D. C. I

tiol1)-Mrs.) Hughes. Jones, Starke. 7-14-tf. "
,. : .. atSternberg's.Mr. Piano sOlo-Viverette Floyd. The Fordham"Designed 1

: Shoes our specialty. Sternberg's.Mr. Life of MendelssohnElizabethBrownlee. WANTED-EGGS-We pay cash- .
Brown & Son. 11-10-3t. I
I J. I. Dubose, an old and respected Piano solo-Ruby Poppell. cut and tailored j .;
Mr. E. K. of Gainesville
f Perryman, ,
the western of
citizen of
part
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i spent the week :end with his sister, the was in Starke the first of Piano solo-Ethel Griffin. FOUND-Palm Beach coat. Can be expressly.to fit you,by J :
county, "Life of Iendelssohn"-laud Williams -
Mrs. L. A. Davis. had from Rev. L. W. Kickliter by j':
I' the week, visiting his sons, Messrs.W. .
Florence Matthews, Cleo Mitchell. -
f payment for advertisement. It.
a A.-and: J. M. Dubose. & Co.
.i D. W.< 'Moore; i leading'.farmer/ ; Recitation-Lucile. "Tatum.. Ed. V Price ;

the Theressa section, had business in WANTED-Pecans. Must be cured.
Men's tis, new line Sternberg's. Richard Wagner was the composerto "
Starke Monday. r" .
Bring samples. Brown & Son. l'
be studied next timel IT'S WORTH SOMETHING t:
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served and the
Refreshments
,
j 2,000 yards 36 inch sheeting, 8 cent Carpenters are busy with thorough were

.._ quality!, full pieces.at-7%c. Morgan's.. repair of"the.cottage that...T. W' Art- lult with: adjourned Miss Lucile to Tatum.!nestNovember.. 23, FOR SALE-7% acre farm two miles to know that you can 1"; i

S -- drews, Jr., recently cut off from his AILEEN ALVAREZ, west of Starke for sale at once, be well dressed at all :
Mrs. M. L. Johns spent the latter residence on Madison street and mov- Club cheap. E. M. Johns. 11-17-tf.

part of last week in Jacksonville with ed west to the corner of :Madison: and Reporter. times at a very reasonable ; I
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relatives.T Bay streets. It is: now ready for the 0
plasterers.. The cottage has five rooms Piles Cured' 'In 6 to 14 Days I bOR SALE-Restaurant doing good cost, if your clothes a j ;

T W. Fielding, Esq., of 'Gainesville, ':"hall, bath room and ample verandas Your druggist will refund money if FAZO business. Will bear close investigation. -
OINTMENT ails to cure any case of Itching Box 131, Starke, Fla. 10-13-tf. ore tailored-to-ordei by ..1 I
Was in Starke Monda .on business be4' and will, when completed, make a com- Blind Bleedinn Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 day.
fore Judge Wills. fortable residence. ,- The first application gives Ease and Rest. SOc. i':
WANTED TO BUY PECANS-Bring

''Trespass cards for sale at this office. CONVICTED OF SELLING LIQUOR.. samples and I will make you prices.N. .ED. V PRICE & Co. ,

MARE US D. Wainwright, Starke, Fla.
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MERCHANT TAILORS l
Mrs* Angle Sternburg has ..writtcto had arrested 11-3-tf. ; 1 i
been
Handy Brymer by
one of her friends here that she and CHICAGO'r j 'I
Chief of Police Kite for keeping a
her .party, Mr. George Thomas and FOR SALE-Crowder (Two-crop), dY I.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Griffin and son, blind tiger at his place of business on
bushel. F. M. Crews
$2.50 ,
Mrs. Todd, reached Titusville safely peas per '
Eugene, of Jacksonville, spent the after a quick automobile trip,of 150 Thompson street. He was tried be- Highland! Fla. ll-10-2t. We are now showing j : i
l' week end ,with.Mr.-. 0. J. Griffin and 'ere'Mayor Williams Monday pleaded
miles. Their trip was delightfulmost = Autumn and i
family.: not guilty, but had neglected to provide the newest ) I -:
the Dixie FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Poland- '
of it being over High-
I himself with an attorney. lIe
way, and the tropical scenery alongthe was convicted of the charge and fined China male hogs for sale. Old Winter fashions and J l'

L C. Carter, of the Highland section'has' Halifax river was greatly enjoyed.Mrs. $100 and costs, amounting in all to enough for service. E. Gowin, fabrics.
" contributed a fine sweet po- Sternburg is visiting her daughter Hampton, Fla. ll-3-3t. j i
+ tato to the agricultural exhibit at the Mrs. R. H. Barbour. $108.05.
Bank of Starke: ",. *will.Brynoer probably still move'for avers his a innocence new trial.and FOR SALE-Twenty-five head of Have us measure you \\ j j J j

Here's prices-Pine Tree Taffetas, I good, gentle stock cattle, with six today! J 1

County Judge Geo. A. Gardiner has $1.25 yard. None better at the price. 3-year-old steers (broke to work) :
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Curedby
11 moved with his family to his farm on Morgan's.Mrs. included. Will sell part or all;
local applications as they cannot reach .11
g the Raiford road, two miles northwestof the dlaeasrd portion of the ear. There range 1& miles from Starke. First
Starke. Their new residence is J. R. Tison has returned home la only one way to cure catarrhal deafness come, first served. D. W. Alvarez, !
. and after a visit with her parents in West and that tvfey a constitutional remedy. Starke. It.f ) :
very roomy comfortable. Catarrhal Deafness la caused by an Inflamed {
Virginia. condition of the mucous lining of @
:F the Eustachian Tube. When this tube la 1 .
Dirt should be around the Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or FOR SALE-One horse wagon, two
packed ,
I THANKSGIVING SERVICE. Imperfect hearing, and when It la entirely c.D 1
r flush tank covers on the streets whichare closed Deafness ij the result Unless the buggies, mowing machine, hay rake, .
Inflammation can be reduced and this tube rakes set of black-
not to be paved. The projecting restored to lit nOI !1:.; condition hearingwill plows, hoes and }
covers offer dangerous obstructions to There will be a union Thanksgivingservice be destroyed trev.. Many eases of smith tools, two 40-gallon sugar ket- -
vehicle: at the Presbyterian church on an deafness Inflamed are condition cancnt ty of catarrh the mucous which sur I. tles, and bay mare six years old
a Thursday-November 30th, at tenthirty faces. HalJ'i Cata<-'h Cure nets thru the property of the estate of J. H. Pres- : : ti
blood the eurficea of the
on raucous sys
y ,- a- m. The choirs of the different cott, deceased. Sale will be held at i 1
tem.We
churches will unite, and Rev. John A. will give Cw TTnJrcd Dollars for old home place near Brooker on
\ HOVE : case of Catarrh .jtr.fmM that cannotbe
any
IT.
: ., .. Hendry of the Methodist church, will free.cured A Drnpglsta by Halt'. ('..,7ae.t'mh Cora Circulars Wednesday, November 29th. S. L. R. J. ANDREWS Starke Elm -

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ft! i ,. VON ENGLEKEN ON THE Other refugees reaching the border
HRA VY F1GHTINGR EPORTED ON THE !VILLA HOLDING assert that Villa holds practically everything EDGARLSLEYE %

, FEDERAL FARM LOAN ACT in the State of Chihuahua 1 .'.fx"
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; SOMME FRONT AND I save Seven the thousand capital. is considered by the .
I; TRANSYLVANIA Does Not Claim Bill is Perfect CHIHUAHUA CITY refugees to he a conservative estimateof Broken L&1'\4". DupicU4 P

-- I:! But Shows its Practical Value the number of men Villa has. Car- I Vfe Sptatlin Sam on Hail Day 1 Orders M R.tit\cd-We ft*ftahai' ;.
ranza soxliers, refugees say, are joining JBL- MO w.ronami ar ..
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British Announce the Gain of ties for the Easter holidays were sold to the Farming Industry. WITH1OOOMEN"PROMINENT Villa daily. ._ -- ,
in record time. Discussing the food- The arrival here of Mrs. Enriquez .. "H
i More Ground in France- stuff branch inaugurated at the fair,.I I -mother of Gov. Ignacio Enriquez, of '. '.
the report says that the hundred ex HASTINGS, Nov. 15.-One of the Chihuahua, has caused Mexicans hav- d COMER L. PEEK 1..5
I Reports Conflicting. hibitors in this line were highly pleased best attended meetings ever held in MEXICANS ARE ing relatives in Chihuahua City to tel- C .*:
i with the results obtained, and the the interests of the farmers of this vi- egraph them to come to the border. Florida foal Estate, Land uj ;.-, .
foodstuff exhibit to be i cinity was that on Monday afternoon TO THE BORDER t "
promises a per-
i THE STRUGGLE FOR ROU- i in the auditorium at Hastings to give I I 3 Timber Eipert.S3 : L,.
manent feature of the Leipsic fair. I'' To Cure a Cold In One Day .
MANIA STILL PROGRESSING The text of an appeal to the peo- an opportunity to all interested to hear TALES OF ATROCITIES AND OF fake LAXATIVE, BROMO Quinine. It stops theCough ; fo years Experience at Starki. p ,j
I IF. Cold.
ple to subscribe to the fifth German J. II. Von Engleken explain the and Headache and works off the '
I work of the federal farm loan It CRIMES TO AMERICANS ARE Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. .'t
act.
M+b
loan, is quoted in the association's report E. W. GROV 'S signature on each box. 25c. ,
BRITISH ADMIRALTY ANNOUNCES 'is safe to also that
as follows: say no companyof REACHING BORDER.EL ;
j THE SINKING OF TWO "Notwithstanding recent political men were ever much more satisfied p" -'

GERMAN DREADNAUGHTS events, the Reichsbank once more is and optimistic than this same crowd at ,..
BY .
t. .. calling the roll for a war loan. The the close of the address. Mr. Von En- PASO, Tex., Nov. 11.-The As- ;
! I BRITISH SUBMARINE RUSI financial leaders of the empie confi- gleken is the recently appointed direc- sociated Press correspondent at Chi- and
I I SIAN FORCES ACTIVE. dently hope that the performance of tor of the mint, was among friends, I huahua City who was informed before QUALITY SERVICE j
: duty in this repect will not need an for he is well known in the vicinity, leaving-Chihuahua City that Dr. En-
f r' appeal to patriotism, but that the will and is apparently the exception to the carnacion Brondo Whitt, the physicianat WILSON COMPANY ,
: LONDON, Nov. 11.-Heavy fightingon to take part in the achievement of an rule that "a prophet is not without Guerrore, Chihuahua, who had been
the Somme front in France and on honorable peace is, at all times, alive. honor save in his own country." In a made a prisoner by Villa and forced to Gainesville's Popular Store '
the Roumanian border in Transylvania "The very increased number of our forceful, clearcut, businesslike mannerhe treat the bandit's wounded leg: was in I ;&
( I is reported. The British statement enemies forms an incentive to our ef- expounded the principles of the Guerrero Saturday in charge of Villa's LEADERS IN ;: .
r I says that General Haig's forces gain forts, spurring on to unsurpassed measure in the interests of which he i.temporary hospital. Dr. Brondo Whitt I
f' I ed ground near Butte de Warlancourt achievements."Our has labored for the past four years. is a Mexican citizen, not a British subject Dry Goods Notions Ladies' Ready-to I
I -the gain being important. Berlin finances do not shake under Briefly the following is a digest of his He was reported recently by refugees ,
,
I announces that the British were repulsed the vast amounts which so far have speech. from Chihuahua City as having
i near Eaueourt L'Abbaye.on the been subscribed for, which will exper- Twelve federal loan banks are to be been killed by bandits. Wear and Millinery 'f'F
. Somme. Regarding the operations on ience a further strengthening by the started in as many centers, each witha It was reported today to the Ger-I "
I the Transylvanian front Berlin states additional billions' to be placed at the capital of $75,000, which may be increased man consul at Juarez that a Belgian' MAIL US YOUR ORDERS '
''I that the Teutonic forces in the region disposal of the empire." to $150,000 by the issuance of subject had been killed in Santa Rosa- ... ;

I I .. of Tulges have been compelled to retire bonds of from $25 up at 4 to 4% per lia vy Villa forces, but this was not All orders filled the same day received, postage and express :' ':
1 before the Russians. West of cent interest,. providing opportunityfor .
SWEATED CITRUS FRUIT. confirmed. A Spaniard who arrived
all orders
1 i roJ/a Pass and near Vulcan and the -- the investors of small savings to from Chihuahua City claimed to have charges prepaid on amounting ,to $3.00 and over.

Rothenhurm Passes, however, the Teu- The officials in charge of the en- receive good returns with practicallya confirmation of the report that Dr. C. While in Gainesville make this store your headquartersMail : :,1
tons and Turks claim to have advanced government guarantee.This H. Fisher
aged and wealthy American -
forcement of the Food and Drugs Act
Berlin also reports the capture of a state they will be guided by the posi- money is available to farmers physician at Santa Rosalia had us the names and addresses of three of your friends and >1
bridge head from the Russians on the tion of the department, previously an- who wish to make long-term loans of been stabbed to death by Villa ban- receive a souvenier '
I' Scokhod river. On the Russian front nounced, to the effect that the ship- from $100 to $10,000, the amount not dits. State Department agents received '
I I it is said the Russians have shown a ment in interstate commerce of im- to exceed one-half the appraised valueof information from Chihuahua City WILSON COMPANY ',
I marked activity, especially between mature and grapefruit whichare the land which is to be mortgagedas that merchants in that city were shipping
I Dvinsk and Lake Narcoz, a scene of sweated oranges either before shipmentor security. The money so borrowed supplies to the border at Juarez, Gainesville, Florida
operations that has for a long time en route is a violation of the act may be used only for definite farm for fear that they would be capturedby .
I been particularly quiet. This would when the sweating conceals inferiorityby work in the nature of improvements, Villa should he enter the town.
I indicate some aggressive plans along making unripe fruit appear to be such as the payment of old debts, the
the Russian center. ripe. The sweating process turns the purchase of more.land, fertilizer, live-
stock or tools and implements, drain-
green color of the unripe fruit to yellow -
I i I Claim Two German Dreadnaughts Hit and fruit so treated has the ap- age, clearing, building and other con-

LONDON, Nov. 11.-In an official pearance of being ripe. However, ex- structive improvements that will add ,
,, statement the British admiralty says tensive investigations by the depart- to'the earning capacity of the farm
i that further reports from the commander ment have shown that the sweating This increased earning capacity will in
of the British submarine which process does not ripen the immature turn entitle him to an additional loan Valuable Land for Sale at .F
j was reported as'torpedoing a German fruit. upon a new appraisement. The first
i druidnaught in the North Sea, indij One of the tests to determine whether step in making this capital availableto .a
!j cate that the torpedoes hit two C3eri or an orange is mature is the so- farmers is the organization of a .
i man dreadnaughts of the Kaiser class. called eight-to-one test. This test is farm loan association of ten men or
based on the ratio of the soluble solidsto more, if desirable, wishing to borrownot
GERMANS the acid contained in the juice of less than $20,000, who will apply
KEEP UP INDUSTRY
AUCTIONThe
'I the orange. The soluble solids increase for a charter which when issued will
: DESPITE THE WORLD WAR
as the oranges ripen, while the allow the organization to be made per-
I acid decreases. The oranges are con- manent and start in practical business. ;
Germany's Whole Manufacturing Bus sidered immature until the juice con- Only those who desire to borrow are
iness Undergoing Readjustment. tains soluble solids equal to or in ex- eligible for membership, and only the
cess of, eight parts to each part of members will be eligible to borrow. An
acid contained in the juice. The amountof appraisement committee will be elect-
!
NEW YORK, Nov. 15.-Interesting ed the of which it will be to de-
duty
soluble acids in is undersigned will sell
orange juice at Public Auction
notes on several phases of German in- about to the amount of termine the value of the land appli- to
dustry are contained in reports from equivalent .
'
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I'I the and American trade, which association have just of commerce reached sugar sugar to it contains.the acid in The the ratio juice of deter-the cants firmed, which by the valuation official federal must appraiser be con-- the highest and best bidder for cash, all of the real i:
assigned to each federal farm loan
i mines the sweetness of the orange. In

i} i here The from German Berlin.machine industry, it is the case by of a grapefruit ratio of, seven maturity parts is indicated of- take bank.5 per Borrowers cent of the are amount compelled of loan to estate belonging to the Estate of Calvin Mott, deceased ;j'

declared, is now in process of a general ,
in stock with the of
privilege votingit
soluble solids in the to
I juice one partof t
readjustment, back to the production acid. in the farm loan association, and 442
t of implements of peace times, receiving annual dividends thereon in containing acres, near Worthington :l
as well as war. The fact that for two I ,
the form of decreased interest. This
SEA ISLAND COTTON DOOMED. .
I II '
,
years many of the machine producing stock is carried in the association un- Springs Fla. *- *'
factories have been concentrating on 'f#
til the loan is paid up when its valueis
implements of war, in order to save Recent reports on the spread of boll returned and the borrower's connec- '.,',
themselves from stagnation, has causi weevils show that practically all of tion with the association ceases.
i cd the supply of machines for all other cotton producing Florida is infested. Said land will be sold in four
'
Loans be made for from 5 to 40 tracts All .
I i purposes to decrease. "And," the Next year the damage will be heavyin may separate ; :
report continues, "since competition of every cotton section. It takes about years, but no repayments except on .

I i the normal demands times for has machines practically of ceased peace, three maximum years destruction for the boll in weevil upland to cotton reach the before amortization the lapse plan of will five be years accepted ex-- heirs will sign deed to the purchaser, at time of sale. /

production has steadily increased. countries, but in the long staple dis- cept in case of death, when the heirsor ,; 1-

"This is the case, for instance, with tracts the damage becomes disastrousin administrators have the option of .:
agricultural implements, manufacturers the second year. paying off or continuing the loan. Af- Sale will begin
10
.. ter 5 will be ot o'clock A. M. Friday ;:
payment acceptedof on
years
I
not being: able at the present time. __E. S. Pace, district agent for the ,
to satisfy the demand, and works fur- University of Florida Extension Di any amount on any interest pay-
nishing equipments and supplies to vision, says that experience has shown ment date. The maximum interest rate December 1st 1916
the
will be 6 cent and is based at residence of the late
mining, steel and iron concerns, are that long staple cotton cannot be prof- per upon ,
occupied to full capacity and hardly itably grown under boll weevil condi- the amount of interest paid on bonds, I
equal to the task of filling orders. tions. He urges farmers to obtain seed plus the working expenses of the or- Calvin Mott
"The result, therefore, ii a period of an early variety of short staple. ganization which must not exceed one near Worthington Springs, Florida "
I of replenishment and renovation of the Pure unmixed seed of the King, Simp- per cent and is generally much less.
overworked equipment that has now kins, Broadwell, Mitchell or other va- By the amortization plan of repay- a.
I set in and which is limited only by the rieties of the King type that have been ment a sufficient percentage is required Parties
long deliveries required. carefully selected should be obtained. to be paid in addition to the interest desiring to see said land before the day f
: "It will be a tremendous undertaking .Seed is bringing a high price this each year to automatically liquidate -
i after the war to replace the worn- year and growers will be tempted to the indebtedness in the term I of the sale can call on J. R. Mott < '
out machine equipment of German factories sell all they can spare. It behooves of years for which the loan is made. at Worthington
I a work that will require several every farmer who intends to grow cot- For example, if the loan is made for
1 years to accomplish." ton next year to obtain seed this fall 33 years, one per cent per annum in Springs, Fla., or J. M. Mott Lake; Butler Fla. and
! Statistics of the German steel production -and of a short staple variety. ,Most addition to the interest, will liquidatethe :',
i month by month are given, farmers will disregard the boll weevil entire debt in that time, when the either of them '"
will
t showing substantial increases over warning. They will merely butt their cancelled mortgage and the cash valueof show same to any prospective it
,
: 1915. heads against a stone wall. The timeto stock held will be returned to the ." '
The coal and coke situation, the pot- change is at hand. borrower and the transaction closed. purchaser.
' ash market and the linen industries The liability assumed by borrowers :
'I are all favorably reviewed. The hop MYSTERIOUS PAINS AND ACHES for other members of the organization I .....
r crop for 1916 is shown to be way below is what is known as the double liabil- I,

I l' that of the previous year, there Make Life Hard to Bear For Many ity, such as is assumed by all holdersof
! having been a considerable decreasein Starke Women bank stock,"e. g., liability for the
, the cultivated area. i ,Difference between the amount of loan A. Z. ADKINS }
, The number of transient visitors in Too many women mistake their I to any member of the association and
: Berlin during the month of August, pains and aches for troubles peculiarto the price obtained: for the land if sold ,I
' was shown by the hotel registers to the sex. More often disordered liy foreclosure, hut in no case will this
have reached a total of 110,452, which kidneys are causing the aching back, exceed ten per cent of the man+' Attorney for All HeirsHULL'S
I i was a considerable increase over previous dizzy spells, headaches and irregular own oMi""iio! >'. u", fit", wr rent o'r I
;I. months. It is interesting to note urination. Kidney weakness becomes :nd above the amo.i"' ,f *tivkTT:' I
i that of this total number only 3,5001 I dangerous if neglected. Use a time- liy him. This co'ilinseney can lie }
"E' were foreigners, including 160 Amen,tried kidney remedy-Doan's Kidney guarded apin4.; of conrs", by conservative !
I cans. From hostile countries were recorded Pills. Hosts of people testify to their estinrilpi on the part of Iho av :r:
one each from France and Italy, I merit. Read a Starke case: prai rrPnt' commilU", rach loral n- _
two from England and 200 from Rus Mrs..M. V, Hazel Broadway. Starke <5o<'iition "n-mlbf' its own jPtnteic -".
, sia.The I says: "I have used Doan's 'Kidney in the matter. '!
I annual fall fair in Leipsic is re- Pills on different occasions for back- Tn !
I ported by the American association as ache and other symptons of kidney to mik his inlen-st navm" it
i having had very satisfactory results, complaint and they have given me may lw 1 carried over by I thn assof :ltion DEPARTMENT STORE
i showing a considerably increased de- great relief." (Statement given Mar. for one year at eight i.r ,-ri int.,rot :
, mand for high goods of all
quality
10,1911.) Every farmer wn- 'III ised to send to'' ,
sorts. "Experienced exhibitors says Results That Remain 1Va vhinwIon. for ilitins[ ] Nos. 1, 2, 3 We in l
I the report, "explain this by the fact Over three years later, Mrs. Hazel I'nllt on farm loan hanks.! i buy exchange Corn, Sweet Potatoes, Eggs, Chickens and'other Produce.
that a large part of the people are now said: "I have the We sell Groceries I
same high Hardware
praise 'Ihe Crockery and
facility with which Glassware Furniture
: Shoes Hats Oils
a man desirous :
,
earning much more than before the for Doan's Kidney Pills now I did ;
war." when I give them my endorsement as rhtain of a starting piecf of out hnd in was farming! also may ,j,: Paints, Gasoline, Feeds, Fertilizers, Lime and Brick. We buy Phoslime in solid car IIf.

I II. The glass and ceramic industries re- sometime ago. They have given me p'n'n-'d and ex- lots and are prepared to make low .
clear'y in ;
very ro-'c1 prices. We
on give good measure and honest
an
ported good turnovers, as did the en- lasting results"Price I !
Ihe) fM-"T
tire metal goods industry, the latter SOc, at all dealers. Don'tsimply rs prevent were advised to > weight to all. Yours for the Square Deal
; pct to pth1' '1"I! ,1'0 wrt.t; to thPi; :.
t
learned to itself to altered
having adjust ask for a kidney remedy get secretary of the f ,rm Hnn l.oard instructing to
e conditions, and many substituteswere Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that him that thf ,! : '
v are or. >'1'
in evidence for copper and brass.I Mrs. Hazel has twice
publicly NEWELL
ed
recom- and intend to apply for a charier as B. HULL
Large orders were received by the paper mended. Foster Milburn Co., Props., soon as the scheme is in actual
goods manufacturers, and novel- Buffalo, N. Y. 25 ation. oper ,

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.fi NOVEMBER 17. 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH '
.!: STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE yNIi



Starke" County of Bradford. State of Florida, all such assessments not paid within the said RECEIVED OF.Treasurer. __
Ii N held on the 13th day of November. A. D. 1916, thirty I BILL FOR DIOR -
TlON. WIDE RAILROAD STRIKE ((30) days shall bear interest at the the sum of
at its regular place of meeting in Mid Town.at of six (6)) per centum per annu from rte being the sixth annual DLLR Horida.In Circuit Cou 8tl ludicl Circuit of

'I:30 o'clock p. m.. there being then and date of the frt publication ofhe said reso- cipl and interest a specified in this certificate -S. G. Stephenson count.
; there present the following members of said ntion The Town shall in case

couneil: of aorad of any installment when IndbtednC. _______ V Bill for Divorce.
t THREATENING BREAK OUT ANEW% J. W.. J.Andrews W. White., Jr.. D. C. Jones, E. S. Matthews it all becomes outstanding du paJent installments have the right as immediately to declare -Treasurer- Town of Starke.- Ford Jszie Stepbenson.Nstict. to App.

The State of Florida
Absent; S. A. Bryan. due and 1 Lul Stephenson -
payable and same shal be payable Stark Florida,-__19.. Greeting:
At which meeting certain proceedings were and enforceable in all respects RECEIVED ____
city ____
ordinar It having been shown by affidavit that the
had among which were the following, to-wit: taxes or other as provided ; provided the sum of________.DOLLARS,, defendant Stephenson is
! 1 Councilman Jones presented a certain be lawful for the being the L a nap-resident
seventh
hwever ehal annual installment of principal of the
and that the
Railroad Representatives And .ordinance and. after its being read by the owners any property to assessed and interest specified in this certificateof of said Frd lidenc
. : Clerk moved that the rules be suspended and for such improvement in the sum of Fifteen indebtedness. a r Monl in Stateof

i the unanimous consent of all members present Dollars or more at any time within By-_______ Georgia, that there is penq n siding in
J Brotherhoods Fail to Reach TALKS ON BANKING be obtained to consider the Ordinance as thirty ( (15.0)) after the first publication of Town of Starke the State of Florida, the service of .ubpn
I <8> <8S > ; read without referring same to Committee on the said rlution aforesaid to file with the Ford upon whom would bind said defln"nt,

Agreement.CONFERENCFREQUESTED. < > The Turkey That Would Build I I Rules Laws and Ordinances; the said motion Town Clerk of the Town of Starke, Florida Starke Florida,__ ____19- that years.said defendant i over the age of I twentyone -

h tt. being seconded by Councilman Andrews, the a written application to the Town, requesting ; RCVD OF.Treasurer............ _____ It is therefore considered
11 !. < > a House. <> Chairman stated the motion and called for an the privilege to pay such assessment in intallments. I --------_________..__DOLLARS,, iudged that the ordei. Liufe and ad-
11 aye and nay vote and the motion prevailed which shall contain statement of being the Stephenson -
a
eighth annual
installment of
principal do
CComplaint
. to tie Complainant Bill of
each of the said Councilmen voted in favor appea
;J aye ota or blocks or other convenient description and interest as specified in this certificateof
herein on or before the !18th
day
of the said motion. Thereupon Councilman of the
property of the applicant
assessed for indebtedness.By .
, of December A. D. 19'6, in
; default whereofa
EMPLOYESORGANIZATIONS There is a negro story of a turkey White moved that the Ordinance be adopted the construction of said improvement and ____________ _____ pro will entered
H BY HEADS OF the said motion being seconded by Councilman tate that the applicant and owner Town of Starke dr confe b against
\, who, every time it snowed, drew his Jones and then and there put to waives any and all propr defense, FordStrke Lizzie Steplwnson.It .
is
irglartie further
il feathers about him and firmly resolvedto a vote of the "ayes and nays" the roll being jurisdictional or otherle, proceedings Florida,__ __19__ published in the ordered Bra.ll f.rd that County this:Telegraph notice be

FOR EXCHANGE I called. the said Ordinance was unanimously to construct said imprvement for which said RECEIVED ______________
build him house. But before he a at iBradford
it t a adopted by a vote of all members of the Coun- assessments have levied or the apportionment the sum of ___ ______DOLLARS, newspaper publlb Strk
--------- county, f
: OF VIEWS PROVE FRUITLESS- could decide where to build or what :"cil present" each of the said members voted of the cost thereof; that the applicant being the ninth annual installment of principal weeks. rah wek <-;six consecutive
I, aye, and there being no votes "nay" which and property owner agrees to pay said and interest as specified in this certificateof
kind of a house the sun came out and IN WITNESS WHEgEOF. I have hereunto
said is "
vote recorded as follows: assessment in f..Jr'
SYSTEM OFf ten ((10) equal annual installments indebtedness.
MILEAGE .
d EXISTING he would shake out his feathers, strut :. S.Ayes Matthews: J. ,W.J. Andrews W. White., Jr., D. C. Jones, E. with interest at the rate of six (6) ByTreasurer_________ __ set cult my hand on this and the affixed 7th day the of seal November of our Cir, A.

PAY A STUMBLING BLOCK- around and say to himself: "Nobody Absent: S. A. Bryan. per centum per annum. No such application Town of Starke Florida. D. eour.
hall be effective nor received and filed by the
t STRIKE ORDER STILL IN FORCE wants to be in a house on a day like The said Ordinance is in the following Town Clerk if the total amount of such assessment Starke, Florida,__________19__ (SEAL) W. WEEKS.' .. .

I this," and the result was he froze to words and figures. to-wit: due to any previous assessment for RECEIVED OF ________________ iy c. A. K Clerk.
.!l ; death winter ORDINANCE NO. 90. street improvements or sewers assessed againstthe the sum of----------_________DOLLARS, r>iiuty Clerk
" one night. ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE CONSTRUCTION same property or remaining unpaid shall being the tenth annual installment of prin A. Z. ADKINS, -'
:;J N9W YORK, Nov. 13.-Danger of a There are a lot of people in the same OF CERTAIN STREET IMPROVEMENTS exceed the valuation of said property as cipal and interest as specified in this certificate Complainant's Solicitor.
strike which : IN THE TOWN OF STARKE, show by the last tax roll of the Town Unless of indebtedness. 1.10.6t -
.1' railroad was frame of mind the When ----
nation-wide as turkey. H.ORIDA. AND THE ASSESSMENT OF A the owner shall before makinl such application _______________ '
:i r believed to have been averted by the I things are going wrong, work is slack. PORTION OF THE TOTAL COST THEREOF pay in cash into Treasury of ByTreasurer, Town of Starke, Florida.Section In Circuit BILL FOR DVORCE

:t of the Adamson eight-h'our 'times are hard, sickness or accident AGAINST THE PROPERTY ABUTTING AND said Town or County any such excess or unpaid Florida, Cour fh. Circuit. of
passage
FRONTING THE SAID IMPROVEMENT.BE assessments over the valuation a shown VIII. Upon the issuance of the certificates -
i1' law, has not entirely disappeared, it I comes and their money is gone, they IT ORDAINED BY THE TOWN COUN by such last tax roll to be applied on account of indebtedness as aforesaid, they shall L R. Hendenn :

;i- developed here today when representatives firmly resolve that in the future they CIL. OF THE TOWN OF STARKE, IN THESTTF. of any such outstanding assessments. be retained by the Town and deposited with Hattie Vs Henderson Bill for I? Divorce. p
Section VI. That the expiration of
!
OF FLORIDA upon the Town Treasurer in special and
: a
1 of the railroads and the four will take care of their money and lookout :. Srttion 1. That the following streets, or the said thirty ((30)) days, within which suchassessments fund known as the ."Improvement Fund.separate" and To Hattie Henderson. Greeting:

f brotherhoods, comprising 400,000 em- for the rainy day; build them a .I portions .thereof, Iyin and being situate within are payable without interest against the certificates 1 deposited but for an It having been Notice te Appr.
: reach t'oe; certiorate' limits of the Town of Starke.Iiori.In. there shal be issued against each piece of aggregate amount not in excess thereof, the sh.9n afiluit that the
ployes, failed to an agreement home, as it were; but as soon as things lie improved by the construction of 8 assessed certicate of indebtednes.which Town shall issue improvement bonds in such defendant. Hate HmJereon, nresidentof
:, as to the proper application of the right themselves they forget their'' vitrified brick raving, in such form and manner shall therein indicate the description form and details a by Ordinance may be pre of said the state la. and that the residence
I: ai a required by the plans and specifi- of the property assessed the name of the own- as by Chapter 6864 Laws defendant is Lt Uptonville. Gria. and
DeW law. The stumbling block, both good resolution and the next time of rations' coxermnit eame. on file with the Town er tht'rf. if known, the total amount assess serb. authorz that there is no one within the Stt for

1 sides admitted, was the existing mile- need finds them as ill prepared as clerk, and wheh are hereby formally adoptedby ed the amount of installment in each and the Section 191.. That in order t afford the said ida service upon whom would her
of compensation. the Town Council relative thereto the said date when the same are payable: the said property owners, or other persons interted.Dotice deendant and that said defendant is
( age system ever.Most to consist of grading curbing certificates shall bear interest at the rate of of the provisions of this Ordinance and over twenty-one yean.
:;1 The announcement of the latest of us are merely grown-up impro"fm..nt pax ing as is therein required ; the said six ((6) per cent per annum until paid and to provide ample opportunity for objections by It U therefore onlesed. conileN and ad. '

,: deadlock between' the railroads and children. We want what we want whenwe strt or Iat thereof, being a follows to- shall b made payable at the office of the TownTraul't'r. them against the enforcement of the reuir derson judged, tha appear the said defendnt. itte Bill Hen-of
.
: in the Town of Starke, Bradford ments herein contained, the Town tc tle
I their employes came at he conclusion want it. We live day by day. To- (A) Walnut street to be paved twenty-six County. Florida, and each of said certificates immediat1'upn the passage and approval I Complaint herein on before the- 4th day of t

:J of an all day conference between the morrow is a vague uncertainty us. (26)) feet wide from the north side of Madi- shall be made payable in one, two three, by the Town Council and the decree December, A. I). 111 in be default entered< wherf a
on street to the North side of Ninth street. four, five six, seven eight nine and ten years enrollment thereof on the records of the Town, pro against
' conference committee of the The will himself with the said Hattie Henderson.It .
1 national
boy gorge green The cost of doing said work is estimated to after date each installment of principal and publish this Ordinance once a week for fourconsecutive
:: railways and the brotherhood chiefs, apples in June and forget that thereis b $ The total estimated cost perfrnt interest t be paid annually unt the full weeks in the Bradford County published is further in the orie that County this Telegraph notice be,
" foot to the the said amount said certificates paid but published in the Town
property abutting a newspaper
: which had been arranged in Septem- a physical law against eating green street to $2.28.B the owner of the property abutting on the Telelrph., Bradford County, Florida. The a newspaper published at Starke, in Bradford

. ber. ? apples. Tomorrow he will find it out ( ) b street to be paved forty (40)) feet street 8 paved shall have the right to pay the Town Council wl. on the 18 day of December County, weeks.Florida onje each week for five consecutive

"We said Elisha Lee chair- and resolve not eat wide from the West curb line of Sanderson amount assessed against each piece of property 1916 at the 'I:30 o'clock p. m., meet at IN
met, may to WITNESS WHKREOF. I hue hereunto
green
apples assessed, in cash otherwise herein
Lane to the West curb line of Cherry street. 8 a its regular place of meeting in the Town of
; man of the railroad managers and the again; but a good resolution never The cost of doing said work is estimated to be provided or at any time he so desire by paying Starke to hear, consider and determine any set my hand and affixed the seal of our Circuit -
Court on this the let day of November
,
, $9,1 82.6. The total estimated cost frontfoot the amount due. together with accrued and all objections which be filed in writ
r nference, "for the purpose of exchanging gets a man anywhere unless he per mar A. D. 1916. ,
I. to the property abutting the said street interest thereon provided, that should the ing with the Town Council on or before the
.t ideas on the application and keeps it. Many a New Year's pro- to b 320. right of redemption be exercised by the prop date herein named which may b urged by ( W. T. WEEKS

i operation of the Adamson law. We I mise is made only to be broken and ( Ninth street to be paved forty (40)) erty owner between the dates when the installments any property owner or other person interest SEAL WILLIXMS. Cerk.
fet wide, more or less from the Eat curb line become due then interest shall bepaid ed against the enforcement of the requirementsof
$ failed to reach an agreement and we pledges are signed only to be forgotten. of Walnut street to the West curb line of Cherry thereon until the next succeeding installment this Orinance. at which time the said Complainant'* Solicitor. ; 1--51

4 are. not certain that another meeting How many a man has resolvedto street. The cost of doing said work is estimated m-riod. Town deems that justice or right
to be 449687. The total estimated cost SECIN VII. The certificates of indebted- requires the same, shall repeal, amend or NOTICE OF
APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
when
will take place. stop drinking drinking has
issued in substantially the
,
front the confirm the of
per foot to property abutting the shal b provisions this Ordinance; UNDER SECTION
8 of
t, Strike Order Stands brought him in court! He should have said street to b$2.8. following form provided however, that no such amendmentshall 4888 LAWS OF FLORIDA.CHAPTER

$ William G. Lee, president of the stopped before.Thousands (DI Cherry trt be paved twenty-six increase the amount t b specially assessed .
Hereby notice given that T. J. Alderman
(26) feet wide from the South side of UNITED STATES OF AMERICA against other property. i
! Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen, of men have firmly resolved street to the North side of Ninth street Cal STAT OF FLORIDA Section X. That all ordinances or parts of purchaser ta sale certificates num-
spokesman for the employes in the absence that they would start a savings cot of doing said work is be COUNTYIMPROVEMENT ordinance of the Town of Starke, Fla., in con- bered respectively 91 and 202 issued by t eTa
$ ,' The total estimated cost per frontfoot CERTIFICAT OF IN- flict with the provisions of this Ordinance, Collector for Bradford County, Ford.
of A. B. Garretson, of the Order bank account, made a deposit or to the property abutting the said street to and the same are hereby rpealed b Said certificates bring dated Aug-ist Jr

of Railway Conductors, declared in a two, and then quit. An examinationof be $2.28. Issued by Passed on this 13th day Novembr. A. D. and October 6th, 1914 respectively, filed
1 (E) Call street to be paved twenty-six (26) THE TOWN OF STARKE 1916. said certificates i my office and has made
J statement that in the event of evasionby the books of any savings bank will feet wide from the West side of Bay street E. S. MATTHEWS application for deed to issue in accordancewith

the railroads of the Adamson lawsummary show a large number of accounts with to the West curb line of Sanderson Lane The PRESENTS CERTIFY and make Chairman of the Council. law. The aid certificates respectively
THEE
cost of doing said work is estimated be $1- the Town of Starke, Bradford Attest: ambrace the following lands in Bradford -t
tj i taken the but is evidence t
action would be by one deposit. It mute ofa
192.62. Te total estimated cost per front County State of Florda ha caused this certificate C. A. FUTCH. County Florda assessed at the date of the
brotherhoods. He said that the strike good resolution broken. A certain fot to property abutting the said street to of be issued under and Town Clerk. issuance nrilcat in the names respectively

I. order, which was directly responsible father with two children had them be $2.52.F by virtue of Chapter 7244 Laws of Florida. Approved this 15th day of November A. D. herina ftr set forth,
( ) Call street to be paved twenty-six ((26) 1915, being an Act extending and enlargingthe 1916. to-wit
for the law, still was in effect and the insured in an industrial insurance fet wide from the East curb line of Cherry powers of the Town of Starke, and Chap JOE HILL WILLIAMS Certificate No. 91 embraces lots 3, 4 of Bile

0 brotherhoods would not hesitate to en- company. He concluded that he could street to the West side of Water tl't'ct The ter 6864 Laws of Florida 1915. which Mayor, Town of Starke Florida. 19 in Worthingh.n Springs,, assessed. T. C
I
cot of doing said work is estimated $:'.- ficate is hereby declared a lien superior to all Douglass. -
i froce it if the occasion warranted it. save 'the money he was paying for inSurance 883.21. The total estimated cost per foot frontto other liens, save and except taxes against thefollowing STAT OF FLORIDA, Certificate No. 202 embraces the S% of NEH -7

"The brotherhoods asked for this conference some other way and decidedto the property abutting the said street to b described real estate situated in the COUNT OF BRADFORD, SS of SEI and W'4 of SEI of Stt 4, See 12,
1 i $2.28. Town of Starke, to-wit:___.' _____________ unde1igned Town Clerk of the Town Tp. S. R 22 E acres, assessed Un-
t said Mr. Lee. "At the morning put it in a savings bank, and proceeded Section II. That it has been ascertained andletermined of Starke in the County and Stat aforesaid known.
; session we discussed the application to open an account for each that the total cost of the entire i_the-sum_;f=: =::::: ::=:=DOLLARS. DO HEREBY CERTIFY tha above and Unless said certificates shall be redeemed according

I of the law and found that there child. The first the last Improvement t be so constructed is the sum of lawful money of the United Stt of Americathe foregoing is a full true correct copy of to law tax deed will ls.ue thereon
A was depositever $45,211.49. Tha tof the total cost, the Town same being the amount againstthe the transcript of the proceedings of the Town on the Hth day of November A.
t ( was no basis upon which we could possibly made. The insurance collector of Starke. Florida, shall pay approximately : said property for______________ Council of said Town at an adjourned meeting Witness my official signature I. &this
Another setback b(sidcsI' quit his visits and the father's good line-third of the entire cost of constructing the thereof, held on the 13th day of November the 24th day of October. A. D. 1916. &
t agree. improvements on the streets to be improved ; said assessment--h r.-been dd duly A. D. 1916, relating to an Ordinance providing W. T. WEEKS,
the eliminination of the mileage system resolution to save for his children the remaining cost of each street as completed.In levied. by the of the Tow of for the construction of certain improve 102'-1t (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court

was the determination of the rail- stopped with his coming, and today their order mentioned, to be assessed to the Stark a required by law and is payable at ments in the Town of Starke, Florida, and -
property abutting the said street, on each side of the Town Treasurer of said Town, the assessment of a portion of the total cost
: roads to continue their suits to deter- they are without either a bank accountor hereof. and has been divided into ten equal annual thereof against the property abutting and NOTICE 0V FINAL, DISCHARGE

mine the constitutionality of the law." insurance.The Section III. That upon the completion of theconstruction jayments payable to the bearer in one two.thr fronting the said improvement and providing Six months afUr date hereof on to-wit. th
work aforesaid and the ascertainment four. five six seven eight nine and for the form of certificates of indebtedness t 14tb day of January, 1917, I will present
I The mileage system of compensationthe rainy,day comes to every man. of the actual cost chargeable per ten years after date, respectively with interest be issued by said Town, in the amount vouchr and final account to the Honorable

'.. basis of which is the number of No matter how long it may be delayedor fot front to the and in on the above principal amount at the rate of $45,211.49, which Ordinance is now in full G. Gardiner, County JUC'M of Bradford
order that the Town Council be properly payable annually.It force and effect. as administrator of the
f may six ((6)) per cent per annum cunty Forda estate
r miles traversed by a train crew is thei" how distant it may seem, or how and definitely advised as to the amounts to be is understood that the owner of the assessed IN 'WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereuntoset ot deeM, and asked to
.s crux of the new problems that a rail- bright the sky today, trouble is boundto specially assessed, there is hereby appointedA. property is given the right to pay or redeem my hand and official sal this 15th day tie disehraged u such administrator.

,, road authority said result in the come to us all, some time. A certain F. Harley. Town Engineer who shall car the; total outstanding indebtedness due on this ?f November A. D. 1916. This the Htb Jay of July, 116. ,,,
may
fully and equitably apportion that pan of the certificate: at any time before maturity by paying C. A. FUTCH. D. W. MANNING. '
i development of a situation similar to young man, full of energy and entr cost t b specially assessed t the dif- to the Town Treasurer of said Town the Town Clerk. Administrator of the estate of C. S Wheeler '_
pieces property benefited by said of the unpaid installments of principal 11-17-61. deceased. -
amount
Uhe
one which brought into being the ambition, with as bright prospects as 'I-1-m
mprovements who shall thereby prepare an together with accrued interest on the total : t -
i Adamson law. a man ever had and highly successful, assessment roll indicating therein the names : unpaid principal, to the next interest pay- NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE OP FINAL DISCHARGE -
r fl Have Different Ideas made the boast that he never expectedhis .of the owners if known the descriptions of ment period. In case of non-payment of any UNDER SECTION 8 of CHAPTER Six month after date I wi present to the
: the property abutting the said improvement interest or any installment upon this certificate Hon. Gaidiner, ,nty Judge ofBradford .
; "Frankly said Chairman tee of income to be less than it at 48S. LAWS OF FLORIDA. -
was
I .and to be assessed the number of front feet when due and payable. it shall be op county, Florida, my Vouchers snd
, the conference committee, "the trouble that time; but inside of three yearsit each lot or parcel of land contains, the amount tonal with the holder hereof to consider Hereby notice i given that W. C Foster final account as Adminitrtl of the estateof
: per foot front chargeable thert. and the toil of said sum expressed in this certificate purchaser of sale certificates lumber S. .
. ;. lies in the fact that neither the railroads was nothing. He thought he had a I amount to be so ueed, which as immediately due and payable, with interest respectively 109, 168, 173 and 186 Florida deceased, and ask Ut Etdford dischargedas county L'

nor the men know defir.itely how>> life job, and it had every indication of said uessmeDt roll a soon after the completion to date. the Tax Collector for Bradford County Flor- such Administratrix. t
'; the law should be applied. being such but the went from the work of the said Town Engi- IN WITNESS WHEREOF, The Town of ida, each of said certificates being dted the This 18th 'day of AnzTj.t* 1918. ,
props leer as shall be practicable shall be fled by Starke ha issued this certificate and caused 3rd day of A. D. 1911. has filed the th ANGLE STEHrlBURG.
.. "We have our own ideas as to how under and at 40 he had to begin build- him with the Town Council, who the same to be signed by the Mayor attestedby said Aut my office and b mad Administratrix of the estate J. Etern-

: the law shall be applied-if at all, as ing all over again. He does not boast sider same, and if found to b correct shall the Clerk, and the Seal of said Town to to b. application for tax deed to issue burg, deceased. thereupon: pass a resolution therin hereunto affixed and thi certificate ance with law. said certificates respectively ---
suits to test its validity are now pending the information contained in the assessment dated as of the____day o'_______ D.I I T following lands in -i

; while the brotherhoods have their now.The turkey in the story was no more roll fixing the definite amount per foot front 19___. Bradford county, Ford assessed at the date Six NOTICE months after OF FINAL this DISCHARGE
chargeable to each lot or parcel of land therein of issuance certificates in the dt Iwit on th
own ideas." foolish than a lot of human beings. described. Upon the passage of the said M;;;;:Town of Starke, Florida. th respectively hereinafter particularly set 29th day of January, l1 11 prnt

Chairman Lee added that he could The difference lies in the fact that the resolution and in order t afford the different Attest: forth, to-wit: the Honorable of Bradford George Gar; a County
property owners whose is Certificate No. 109 embraces the UE% of Judge County, Fot my vouchers -
not predict the probable outcome of turkey takes what is given him or to be assessed, notice propr prop ----cierk,-Town -of Starke. Ford K. 25, Tp. 6, S. 22 40 acres, and final accounts as < of the last

; the difficulty. He said, however, that what he can find. We have the powerto file any protest th or any of them may desire S.. V. Lang.Certificate R E will and testamtnt of W. H River deceased.and
to file levy of the assessmentand BACK OF 168 embraces of Mk to be discharged executor.
negotiations might be resumed by calling choose. We are in a large meas- CERTFCAT No th SEI This the rist day of
the apportionment of the same aon. th Nubr_____ NW14. Sec. 4, Tp. 'I, 22 acres, July. 11.
R
another conference. This possi- ure masters of our own fate. The different pieces of proper abutting ---------------- assessed S. S. Chandler.S E FUTCH
bility was strengthened by the announcement beaver and the ant have the right idea fronting the streets order be improved by UNITED STAT OF AMERIC Certificate No. 173 embraces the SW% of W.Executor Rivers of the, last Will aDo Testament of
ibis Ordinance they .hll once pre to NE<4 and of SE% of NWK. Sec. 11. H .le&e 'I.28mo
I ; of the brotherhood chiefs -they build their houses, fair weather publish said resolution least once wek Bradford County Tp. 7, S. R SWI E.. 50 acres, assessed 1 M.

that they, with the exception of Pres- or foul, knowing that having a for two consecutive wek and shall therein IMPROVEMENT CERTIFCAT OF IN. Little. NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
ident name a day not less days after the DEBTDNES Certificate No. 188 embraces the SEVt of Department of interior U. 8. Land officeat
Lee
of the trainmen's house into it when it rainsor th
organization
you can go first publication thereof at which time the
NE% and W% of NE% and SE%, S. a. Gainesville, Oct. 7, 1918. 7
proposed to remain here for several stay out of doors when it don't as Town Council will meet and consider any objections THE TOWN OF STARKEFor Tp. 8, S R 22 E., 280 acres, Notice I F that William G. Starrof
that may be filed on or before the improvement of the within described known. Starke. Florula who on 16, 1911.
days. President Lee left for his like. You are safe either Jai' mad
you way.- date therein named by
persons intrtedagainst propery. Unless said certificates shall be redeemed according homestead entry No. fQ
home in Cleveland tonight. He said it American Bankers Association. the assessments proposed to ti to law, tax deed will issue thereon .f section 10 Township 6 S, N%E. Tal

was his intention to join his conferees Any property owner or person interested therein ----------------- ---------- on the 18th day of December. A. D. 1916. lah Merdn has filed stice inten-
who .hal be dissatisfied with the apportionment --- ----- Witness official signature and seal this ye.r proof, t
-
-- my
"81, fv ( stabt1
: in Washington Monday where they CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION.The the cost of said improvement, i b-------------- the 13th day of November, A. D. 1916. claim to above described,
: will go to attend the session shall have the opportunity and be required 1 $_____due_____ W. T. WEEKS, Circuit Court ln Starfce on the Cerk
opening to file with the Town Clerk in writing specifically 2 $__________due_______________ __ (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. day of a Fr,f 23r .
:
; ,of the Newlands investigating com United States Civil'Service and clearly, any objection that he may 3 $_________..due__________________ __ 1-1-5t Noyebr. UII **!
mittee.SUN within the time prescribed by this Ordinance 4 $_________ ___________________ __ Joseph Starli.ig, a of Law Florida.
Commission will hold an examinationfor desire to urge against such apprionment 6 __ __ _________ NOTICE OF ELECTION. James Hornsby of Strke, orMa
stenographers and typewriters, Section IV. At the 6 1--------_ .__ __ __ FU.'Nov. Hardy Williams of Strk. fforida.'
.: RAY EXPLODED GLASS EYE. Council fixed for the hearn. hereinbefore specified 'I ________ ________ Strk. 6 Ward, of Strk Fr"ta
: both men and women, on Nov. 25, 1916 or at any tie the hearing of 8 ___________ ___________ By the power vested in them by the school. C C ROB. DAVIS
at Gainesville, Fla., to fill vacanciesin objections to assessments may b 9 $__...._____ _________--___ __ laws of Florida the Board of Public Instruction 10-13-et Register.
I|J While John B. adjourned, the Town Council shall give 10 $_________ ______________19-- of Bradford county hereby orders an ele .
Miller
of Malaga, the departmental service at Wash- objector an opportunity to be heard as to any tion held in Theressa Special Tax District No.

!i, N. J., was watching an automobile go ington, D. C. objection that shall have been filed and shall Starke Florida,____________19-_ 1 on the 8th day of December, 1916 for the + + + + + + + + + + + +
-
: by his door his hear and determine any and all such objections RECEIVED OF____________-____ election of three trustees for two years and +
f'
glass suddenly exploded Usual entrance salary $900 to $1000. determine the amount of millage to be
; eye that shall have been filed t the apportionment the sum of_________________ DOLLARS. to .
. !' and caused the man great suf- Promotions reasonably rapid. Full in- of such special uemeDt and af. the first annual installment of pnn- sessed. John Batten D. W. Moore, Brinson SEABOARD +

: j fering by the lacerations it caused. formation and application blanks, ter such hearing shall the assessments ling and interest a specified in this certificateof appointed as managers.F.. G. SCHELL. ; + TIMEIABLE +
indicated in the resolutions as I indebtedness.
The theory is that a sun ray from the Form 304, can be obtained by apply- published, or as, if neear and equitable so to '.___________--------------- 1.10-1 Secretary. + New time +
: windshield created a penetrating flash ing to the Secretary, Local Civil Ser- do. shall amend same re-apportion uehassessment : Treasure Town of Starke Florida.- + 12:01 a. m., Sunday, May 28, '6. +

{ t'which generated enough sudden heat vice Board at Gainesville, Fla., or to the assessment before that such shall confirmation be finally made, so that and Starke Florida,___________19__ BILL FOR DIVORCE. Trains will arrive inStarke as +

; to cause the explosion. the Secretary of the Fifth Civil Ser- confrme by the Town Council shall be equit RECEIVED OF-__--_____"XVV_V In Circuit Cour 8th Judicial Circuit of + follows: +
just between the different pieces of the sum of________ ____DOLLARS. Florida + 1JackonvilIe .
vice District, Atlanta, Ga. property abutting and fronting the said improvement the second annual installment of prin Lander; Deal -
i. Sloan's Liniment for Neuralgia Aches. and so that any assessment charged bing and interest a specified in this certificateof Vs + to Tampa +

....I Constipation Dulls Your Brain. against any and all pieces of property assessed indebtedness."Treasurer.. Rmer Deal Bill for Divorce. No. 1 _n_________ .1:14 p. m. +
be than the equitable ______ __ N.tiee
shall not
.: The more By.--------------- t Appa. No.3 ____________ 10:40 m. +
dull throb of neuralgia is quickly proportion of the benefits that shall have been Town of Starke Florida. To Remer Deal. o __ a.
relieved That dull listless oppressed feelingis conferred by said improvements; having been shw by affidavit that the + No. 9 2:52p.m. +
by Sloan's Liniment the provde I --------------
_____ Remer is non-resident j
however, that no such amendment Starke, Florida, _19_ df.ndnt Dal a .
:[ universal remedy for pain. Easy tot due to impurities in your system, a the amount to be specially assessed RECEIVED OF_ ________________--- of and that the real -
& __ ______DOLLARS, dence of said defendant at Bristol, Jacksonville to Cclar Key +
i apply; it quickly without sluggish liver, clogged intestines. Dr.King's against other property. After the confirms the sum of______ i
penetrates Con of the apportionment of the said assess being the third annual installment of principal ala, and that there is no person residing in .
No 15 ___________ 5:04p.m.'Pa
rubbing and soothes the sore muscles. New Life Pills give prompt re- ment by the Town Council the Town Clerk and interest u specified in this certificateof the state of Florida the service of a subpoena .
shall forthwith in the Bradfon upon whom would bind said and -
i. .t Cleaner and more promptly effective lief. A mild, easy, non-griping, bow- County Telegraph a newspaper published in indebtne.' ___L.J"Treasurer -______.--- that said defendant I over dfendant ae + Tampa Jacksonville +
than el movement will tone systemand the said Town of Starke. Florida, a notice to Town of Starke. Florida. ty-one years.It 1
plasters up your
mussy ointments and
or: said property indicating that the apportionment is1 therefore considered and adjudged No. 2 _____________ 14:54 a m. .

r- does. not stain the skin or clog the help to clear up your muddy pimply owr sad assessments among the Stark Ford19_ that the orr Reiner Deal + No. 4 __._________1 3:42 p.m. .
complexion. Get bottle of Or.King's different pieces have been w eon RECEIVED do appear to the Bill of Complaint ,
:1 pores. For stiff a Complainnts .
muscles, chronic rheumatism firmed by the propr giving the date the sum ofDLLR I herein on befor day of D+ No. 10 (Limited)... 6:5 p. m.

gout, lumbago, sprains and New Life Pills today at your of said confirmation Couneil the publieatioithereof being annul intlment cember. A. D. 1916, in default whereof a de .

tMiM it gives quick relief. Sloan's drugist, 25c. A dose tonight will make confirmed the said shall assessment be final In a the apportionedand event any: of cipal indebtedness."Treasurer and interest. as spiled thl certificate I sad cr pro Remer eonfesao DaLI will b entered against the Cedar Key to Jacksonville .

: Liniment reduces the pain and inflammation you cheerful at breakfast ((2) part of such special assessment shall be foundto B' ____________________ is furher ordered that this notice be No. 1------------L.927a.m., .
be invalid or insufficient, in whole or in Town of Starke. Florida. pubrsb Bradford County Telegraph + -e ..
in insect bites,"bruises, bumps for any reason whatsoever, th Town published at Starke, in Bradford
and other minor to children. par may at any time as fa as i prac- Strk. Florida,__......__-19__ ,County Florida, once each week for five consecutive + Wane Trains .
I injuries + + + + + + + + + + + + + Counei to so do. in the manner provided for RECEIVED .______________-__-__r weeks.I + (Daily Except Sunday) ..
4 Get a bottle today at druggist in the levying of an original cause the sum of.______________________DOLLARS, I IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereuntoset +
your LEGAL NOTICES a new assessment to be made a'm.nt levid. which i the fifth annual installment of prin- my hand and affixed the seal of our Circuit + No. 101 Leaves Star}1 6:45 a. m.
25 cents. (2) when made shall have like form linK l and interest specified in this certificateI Court on this the lit day of November, + No. 104 arrives p. m. +
+ ffed a a
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + original j I j'A. D. St1 2:4
an ment ind.btfdne. 191& +
T. J.
Section V. of said assessmentsfor W. T. WEEKS. GRW. Agnt.
.ach ------
. Read the Bradford Tele- ORDINANCE NO. ... said improvements shall be payable within ByTreasurer: Town--S ;k-ird I! (SEAL Clerk. .

'-: County BE IT REMEMBERED. That at an adjourned thirty (30) daY after the first publication of J i A. S CREwS + + . + + + + .
: .r) pb-the home paper. meeting of the Town Council of the Town of f' the without interest, butT Starke, Florida__:19__ j Complainant's Solicitor. 1.3-5t i




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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17; Wlt .

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h oooooooo Q D. W. Pinholster do ----- --- J.
relatives in oooooooO
visiting last Fri
Lawtey
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--- Dr;'J. P;'Tomlinson mnatlofllioay
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day. \ __ a Your
Susan Goff -' ---- -
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: A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. R. 0 GRACE METHODIST <5, B. M. Dowling com as tax cot .91
Tribune Pub. Co. printing 2.000 county -
j, t! 4 R. Thede Wednesday of last week. o EPISCOPAL CHURCH booklets ___________-_ For It

N ; County News Items Mrs. P. J. McCullough, of Jackson- o (Oldest .Church in Lawtey) G J.A.L.H.Underhill Williams 1 do day_com_._u and mileage.- 10.20J. .

ville, is spending this week at the T. B. LAWRENCE, Pastor. B. Crews do __________ 6.40 I I I "
I II home of Rev. and Mrs. T. B. Lawrence r
T. Dowling do _______-__ 6.20 IiI
Rev. R. A. Carmine, will preach at 0 9:30-Sunday school with excellent J. F. Kickliter wood and supplies for
0 teachers for classes of all I Inttrcstinf Pacts Gathered During the Week by Our the Lawtey M. E. church Saturday

, Regular Correspondents. evening, and the Fourth quarterly con- 3 ages. Mr. Geo. Futch, Superin- Total __--..-_-- -- 700.53
: fI ference will be held immediately after Q tendent. $ Road and Bridge Fond.

I the services. Rev. Carmine will also <8> 10:30-Public worship, preach- Quigley Lumber Co. lumber and nails 35.25L.
\s .I 0 3> V. Moore repairing bridge ___ 20.25
ing by the pastor.
} preach Sunday, both morning and T. G. M. Gay gen road work ____ 5.00
j $> ( oooooooooeoo S evening. Everybody invited. 3> 4 p. m.-Junior Epworth League $' J. W. Nessmith work on bridges _,- 6.00 1' By Every
brick built the E. H. Cle-
to
I chimney 3 Mrs. Lottie Starke, Superin-> Henry Brown repairing bridges __ 8.25 est
mons residence, which he will Mr. and Mrs. Norman R. Scott, of W. W. Baisden do _________ 2.50,
l occupy tendent. Q' ,
________ 10.00!
, I. Fa BROOKER. the latter part of this week, when Miss Boston, were visiting relatives and & 6:45-Epworth League, good 0> Elam E. Harris Lewis resetting do culverts _____ 6.00)I f
! Maud Sapp becomes Mrs. Wainwright.The friends in and near Lawtey the first 3 leader-Don't miss it. Miss En- <3> Bradford Co. Bank interest on scrip 6.67
I i t000000006090000 of the week. Mrs. Scott is the Quigley Lumber Co. lumber and nails 43.22J.
debate Friday afternoon which daughter za Blanchard, President. <$> L. Underhill days road tap ._.... 6.00.
I ] The county convicts are again sta- was Guns and Ammunition vs Steam of Mr. Geo. Cousins, who accom- 7:15-Preaching by the pastor. <& W. M. Varnes repairing bridges ------ 2.00 I
tioned at Brooker and working toe panied them far Charleston S. Means Bros building bridge at Clyatt;
I are Engines and Steam, was given to the as as Good music. 0 Ford __ __ 362.50S.
., improve the roads. The gang is quite negative, as the result of a speech C., on their return home Monday.Mr. 0 Wednesday evening prayer <3> T. Dowling-feed and supplies for Colds1'

.! small this time, being only three in from Master Levy Forsyth, a like ar- and Mrs. T. J. Terry visited rel- <8> meeting. <2> .mules B. Crews and 3 convicts days road__tap________._, 74.55J. 6.00S.

: number, which speaks well for the people gument of which four-fifths of our atives and friends at Fort White Sun- 0 4 T. Dowling do ________?. 6.00T.
of Bradford county. men would fail to find sufficient ora- 000000000004,0004(5COUNTY IL Rimes repairing bridge _____ 4.40 should be "nipped la fbud" }
_.__ ,
day.Dr. J. B. Dowling feeding convicts 62.00
I I Miss Pearl Cone, of Gainesville, visited torical talent to deliver. U. G. Turner, of Gainesville, J. B. Dowling discharging convicts __ 3.00 I. for if allowed terras
I her mother, Mrs. Sara Cone, here J. B. Dowling pay captain and guards 125.00J. unchecked serious results
Plans are being made for the wall- was a visitor to Lawtey Monday.Mr. SOLONS NOVEMBER B. Dowling supplies for convicts __ ..601J. I
last week. ing-in and beautifying of our famed H. D. Randall was transacting MEETING WAS VERY BUSY B. Dowling feed for mules --- 7.201 I may follow. Numerota
Messrs. II. R. Brown and Geo. B. Heilbronn Springs which will make it business in Jacksonville last Thurs- A: L. Crews repairing shovels ________ 2.601 cases of consumption, pneumonia
18.00
T. P. Wall repairing bridge
Crosby motored to Gainesville last not only a place of bathing and pas- day. (Continued From Page 1.) Aaron Davis gen road work -_-_--_--_ 26.25 I and other fatal dls-

, Wednesday and attended to business time, but with the nice hotel to be Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Carter, of Wa- S.Oscar G. Pearce Crews do repairing___bridge_________ 9.00 4.001 I eases, can be traced back to

there. erected, together with the sanitarium teroak, were shopping in Lawtey Mon- S. T. Dowling was authorized to A. H. Williams 4 days road lap ____ 8.00 a cold. At the first sign of i

Mr. Eldon Baxter, of Yulee, came which will certainly follow, it may be I day.Mr. have the bridge across New River, L.. Bailey F. Colley repairing blacksmith bridges work___________ 7.00J. .75 cold, protect yourself bj

home last week to cast a vote for the made an ideal winter and health re- C. R. Sapp and family attended known as the Conner bridge rebuilt, Magnolia Lumber Co. lumber ______ 40.00D. thoroughly! cleansing Jour

I I governor of his choice. sort. That the Heilbronn water con- church and baptism services near Con- and further ordered that plans and .. D.W.Andrews Pinholster Mere.2 days Co.road feed map and __ 4.00A. system with a few doses of i] i iTDEDFDRD'S
, supplies i
.; I Mrs. D. W. Hazen and son, Fred, tains certain medical properties is ners Bridge last Sunday. specifications be made for the con- for mules and convicts _____ 32.23B.
Mrs. L. A. Brown and Miss Pearl generally understood, as those of this Miss Louiebelle Brown returned to struction of said bridge, and work to M. Dowling com as tax col __ 24.99H.
| f] | ;\ ,
C. _______
her home last Sunday. Miss Brown Peeples moving culverts 1.00
who need
and bidder.
; Cone motored to Gainesville on last adjoining neighborhoods be let to the lowest

! ; r Thursday to do some shopping. treatment for various troubles are has been several weeks with relativesand Upon motion and second it was or- Total _________________ 989.1
" quite often seen taking advantage ofnature's friends in several towns in South dered that all inspectors of marks and Drainage Fond. I

I I J !i' Misses Eunice Hazen, Loca Johnson, vast supply of remedy by par- Florida.Mr. brands of animals slaughtered for David Jones inst on scrip _____ ?..? .
and Olga Ward three of the Brooker Fine and Forfeiture Fund. DLAOKM
i |
the stream its med- L. H. Hill was a business visitor market be to file and make
,e the taking cf crystal ; required J. C. Manning wood ___________ 5.00F.
attended -
: teachers, county association ical properties are also clearly demon- to Starke the first part of the monthly reports to the clerk of the F. Stump blankets for jail ____ 15.00S.
. ; of teachers at Lake Butler week. B. Denmark guard at jail ______ 20.00A.
1 I list Saturday. strated by the school children who remove circuit court. B. Vance toilet paper ___________ 30.00
s I : itches and humors by wading in Mr. A. A. Smith spent Sunday at The clerk was instructed to make S. B. Denmark cost ease Will Jones _. 10.80S. DRAUGHT(
i Miss Viola Roberts, of LaCrosse, the stream.Dr. Kingsley lake. requisition for ten third grade state It. Denmark feeding prisoners ____ 180.20

,I I spent the week-end in Brooker, the A. II. Freeman made a profes- Mr. N. T. Ritch, of Starke, was a convicts for the period of six months I Quigley A. S. Crews Lumber prosecuting Co. coal attorney etc ----__-_-- 50.00 2.201 I

I guest:; of her cousin, Miss Mary CoIl sionel call here Sunday night.RAIFORD. visitor to Lawtey Sunday. beginning November 1, 1916, and also A.county V. Long_ services. case Denmark vs_ the old reliable, vegetable
l l Ibs.r Justice B. D. Kelly, of Raiford, was instructed to make requisition for ten I ----- 60.00 f liver powdir. ;

r i Mr. T. B. Pinholster was attending 00004000000000000 transacting business in Lawtey Mon third grade state convicts for period Total _____ ____.,___________ 363.20 Mr. Chas: A. Ragland Dc

. to business Worthington last Sat- e day.Mr. of six months beginning January 1, I The board adjourned until the first Madison Heights VJLJ! lays:

I : urday. 4' <. N. S. Moore, of Tennessee, arrived 1917. Said convicts to work upon the Monday in December, 1916. "I have been using;Thed-
Dr. L. L. Lamb visited the State here Monday and he will spend
roads of said I ford's
o public county. i W. T. WEEKS,( Black-Uraugfct for
l the winter at the home of his son, Mr.J. motion and second
Monday. > 6 00000e'- 000000 Upon $7.50 was stomach troubles, indigestion
i Miss Dora Johnson, who is teach- II. Moore, in East Law toy. ordered paid for the burial expensesof I w---Clerk and Auditor. and colds, and find Ittc r.-
: Julian Collins visited his home Postmaster R. B. Jackson I I
attending
school was John McClellan)) and ordered that
ing in the Heilbronn Springs be the very best medicine I
j ; here Sunday. Sunday at her home in Raiford. to business in Jacksonville last his name be stricken from the pauper I Definition of a Drop.In .,
spent ever used. It makes ai old
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Forsyth and sister -
; 1 Friday. roll.)) the British Pharmacopoeia a
i 1 Mrs. Verna Nipper, motored to ,I Mayor J. E. Byrd returned yesterdayfrom Messrs. E. E. Burney, James God- Pension claim of Luke Drawdy was "drop" is defined as coming from a man fed like a young one." '

: ; Marke Monday to visit relative'?. I a business trip to Jacksonville, win and Marcus Brown were visitorsto approved.The I I tube of which the external diameter Is Insist on Thedford's, the ',.

; i i Mrs. A. B. Shaw and children of where he has been for the past sev- Jacksonville last Saturday. They following)) bills were approvedand exactly three millimeters 20 such original,and genuine. E-67

: a ; ,: Wjrthington, spent Monday in BrookJ eral days. made the trip in the former's Ford. scrip ordered drawn for same: drops of water at 15 degrees Centigrade 1

1 : er, looking after business interests. Mrs. W. II. Rivers left Sunday for Mr. George Roberts visited StarkeSunday. Pauper Allowance being equivalent to one mllliliterr "f:

: Among those who went to Alachua her home in Daisy, Ga.. after a week's : Mary Ward _______________ 4.00 cubic centimeter. iP
I Martha Gatlin _________________ 3.00 .:1
i I i Monday night to hear the newly elected visit with her daughter, Mrs. G. H. I.i+lle Graydon Jones, the youngest Nancy Conner ..-..-.-..-...--__.____ 4.09 -- ___ :
-
governor lecture, were L. Morgan, Cone. son of Mrs. W. H. Jones, who lives at Viney Dyess _____________ 2.00 '"I
; I"hn McLennon ____.______ ___ 5.00 :
l o J. L. Shriver, George B. Crosby, Fred Miss Irene Dees, of Mayo, came to the! home of his grandparents, Mr. a'!d Mrs. Breeze _:.._______-__- 7.00 JrlnOur1
j l' Hazen, H. L. Lewis, T. C. Hazen, J. Raiford Friday to visit her sister, Miss Mrs. G. T. Pearce, met with a painful Amanda Thomas ______ 3.00
Lee Crosby ________________ 10.00
L. Pinholster and L. R. Green. i'i I Mae: Dees, who is music instructor in accident Monday. While jumping off Emeline' Griffis .___________. 3.00
-j M. P. Matheny and family, Mrs. H.I the Raiford school. the hayrack in some manner he fell Caroline Griffis ________? 3.00

L. Lewis and children and Mrs. Emily ]jj wi : Mr. Henry Taylor, of Lake Butler, on his hands, breaking"one of his :a" ns :Mrs.. J.D.Campbell M. McKnight_ ____-_____ S.OO 3.00G. -

I Abbott were shopping in Gainesville was a visitor with relatives in Raiford between the wrist and elbow. Dr. Banner Dyal _______..__________ 5.00 ,
; j Tuesday. i Sunday. Brown was called in, who reset the Sallie Starling _____________ 3.0C .. <;.,
Wade _______ .t.LH.t:! II'J! : ''fI' :
!: I Messrs. J. D. Baxter, L. Johns, and Miss Helen Nauright spent Satur- broken member and the little fellow Lizzie Willis McKnight________________ 2.00 3.00 < .f-" ;-f IIr.f! :<;:.,. .7fJJi.. :.J1 ;. ,"';.;.t ,,'iji''J.. ?;::j ..tII <1>,

1 J. L. Shriver paid the county seat a' day and Sunday with her parents here, is getting along as well as could be Rufus Jackson .___-.-.._.-_____ 3.00 ) _
f Mrs. N. D. Newmans ________
visit afternoon. 5.00
business Tuesday
returning to her studies in Lake City expected. :Martha Hires ..- -.-______ 2.50 n ( ;
i Dr. L. L. Lamb and family and Mr. Sunday night. Ernest Wells and James Godwin Susan Kelley ____ -_ 10.00
: I and Mrs. U. D. Johns attended the home business visitors in Wm. Lang ____________ 3.00L. 'iJ
I Mrs. L. C. Taylor came Sun- were the Water-
.
L. Hagan ___________ 2.BO
I' t Catts lecture at Alachua Monday even ) day from Lake Butler, where she spent oak section Monday.Rev. Rachel Stokes _______?______-____._ 2.00 (Blood and Bone)
ing.Mr. the week end with her mother, Mrs.C. R. 0. Wright was a visitor to Joseph Bryant _____________ 2.00 r.i1 -
; I I E. S. Gainey and family, of LaCrosse J. Knight, who has been quite ill. Jacksonville the first part of the week. Lizzie.. Hunter _. ______ 3.00 O A ,fI
W. G'-ison ___________________ 2.00 ,fGuaranteed Analysts food well /'i
i spent Sunday here with relatives Mr. B. J. Rosier, of the Rosier Bridge Rachel Ta'Vr ________________ :!.01 1' Ammonia................. 6H% lasts and is ,;;. .
the
: and visited a cane grinding at Elizabeth Hunter _____________ 2.30 Total Phosphoric Acid.... finest known soil
: section business visitor here OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOvLAKE flit 15%
was a -
Florence Holton _..___.._..____ 3.00 builder. ,
..; I the home of his brother, Mr. L. R. I Saturday.Miss y E J. C. Box ______?______________ 8.00 J.'@ Pure, steamed bone .
Gainey.Mr. Ruby Ware, of Worthington, BUTLER.X000000000000000. (0 Johc W-'B':': i.OO: cooked fresh from the As "Blood & Bone," "
Warren ___.______
and Mrs. J. M. Shaw, Misses Feney ----- 3.00 cutting tables, Armour Tankage has s
supplies
I who is teaching in the Raiford school, Mrs. E. C. Crews and daughter 600 aJ .
Olga and Thelma Ward and Edythe visited relatives in Lake Butler Sat- Thomas Dyal _______________ 4.00 {!P4 thehown acid been familiar to
motored to Gainesville Tues- Martha Wlkerson ?____________ 3.00 s above. The amgrower fcr oyer 30 years "
Crosby; urday. Dr. J. E. Maines left Tuesday night 4ffie Scott --_______________ 2.00 t monia is from blood inmore than 100,000 ., '.
: day afternoon to do some shopping. Mrs. W. W. Farnell left Wednesdayfor for Atlanta, where he went to attend Isaac Cark! __________________ 2.00 have tons
Messrs. L. Morgan and L. A. Brown few he Leonard Altman _______________ 2.00 : fresh beef scraps that are actually been used. jed "
visit with her medical association.Mr.
: : a days parentsat Newmans Children _______________ 4.00 thoroughly 8 team -cook Many roversV h o
were transacting business in Starke Hampton Springs.Mr. L. A. Duncan has ginned 658 Mrs. 1'eter Parmenter ___________ 3.00 wIth tLe bone.drmpurTankage. temporarily prefer no- I"
Tuesday afternoon. W. F. Roberts has installed :bales of cotton to date and the Allen Edwards ____________ 2.00 Ii ,
a up season potash good*,
Ervn Higginbotham ______________ S.Od I Is a arewell
small irrigating plant and is growing is not yet over. The banks here James Parrish __________________?__ 2.00 superior, strictly turning again to this I'
000000000040000 lettuce. His chances are fine for 'a report the largest deposits in their his- Henry Mitchell _____________________ 2.00 ,; rr product, prepared pure with standard: material of unquestioned '.
r I John McClellan balance burial 2.501 j
good crop. tory. Every Saturday the stores are expense scientific accuracy by especially cropmakingvalue. f;'

HEILBRONN. Q Miss Loca Johnson, who is teaching thronged with customers from far and Total --__________________________-I_ 149.50 .N!;W y I developed I care : .

f, in the Brooker school, spent Sundayat near, buying large supplies of groceries Mrs. Waidrup donation General Fond.for demonstra- I I "rfie fully controlled proGet pricei from our .

; )004004000000 her home in Raiford.Mr. dry goods, and furniture. Fi- tion work ---_____w.____________ T5.00 rK 7 cesses. It is rich in nearest Agent and write .. _
W. F. Harnage, Mrs. Maggie/ demons W. V. McLean, who is travelingthe lancially: the farmers are in tfetter Bradford Co. Telegraph pub. reports etc 208.60 ;f;s3 available, natural plant us fcr sample and leaflet. .o
B. L. Blanchard fixing booths _____ .
1.50 -::
Lossie and Docia !
and Misses '
county in the interest of the Bradford condition than since the ;
60s. City Light Plant lights; and supplies ._ 18.01 1 :
Rigdon are our sick this week; the I County Telegraph, was in town ; Mr. W. B. Alexander of Hampton, C. A. Knight super reg _______ 10.40 Armour FertilizerV6riss; 41";
their beds F. U Williams janitor __ 15.00 !
I first two being confined to : Tuesday. was transacting business in town last \. S. Crews co atty ___-_-____-_-_-_-__-_-_-___ 4.17 I Jacksonville ...,
from accidents. I Miss Sadie Dowling visited relativesin Tuesday. I. B. Crews 1 day com and mileage 6 40 | wsfi Fla. '"
Miss Peculia, Eula and Rubie Nor- I Starke Telephone Co phones _________ 5.00 :, 14
I Worthington Saturday and Sunday. Miss Myrtle Blair, of Macclenny, Gro. D. Barnard Co. supplies clerks I :. -t ,';':J" {!!r,!WIi' -; A :.
l man of Vanderbilt, attended the music Mr. J. A. Brooks and family spent has accepted a position in the large office -----_______________________ 20,68 (:; : .,.fl.-.' ..;-: ..s...-.. ......!$: r."r<';:":\-'\.;...."'i&t..i.If: ,..[("?..;.c4.'J' \I"-_ : ::.1 l1'14X ;... '
taught by Prof. L. A. Davis at Union Ii Sunday in Providence his J. W. White & Son supplies court house 2.30 Jf.i
visiting dry
I
i goods store of A. L. Driggers & Dr. J. P. Tomlinson co physician ______ 4.17' 'M"N :
; i : last Saturday. mother, Mrs. J. J. Brooks. J. U Underbill 1 day com and mileage 4.80 I ..,. '
t Col. D. E. Knight and family, of Mrs. G. II. Cone and her mother, Co.Mr.. Alexander Harper, of Gaines- S. T. Dowling do ___ 6.20 I : .,
W. H. Miner lead
__
pencils etc
i I Starke, were welcome guests at the Mrs. W. H. Rives, spent the week-end ville, was looking after business here I, \v. T. Weeks 1 month clerk pd express 1.65 "

A. B. Alvarez home last Sunday. +I as jjaests in the home of Mr. Jeff Rob- this week. postage etc -----___...___ 80.01 -t :-t
1 and :Miss D. Drew Co supplies clerks office _______ F >
Mr. A. A. Wainwright erts of 2.08 : .
Lawtey. lIon. S. ertlllZer
J. Catts
I 1| and wife passed Jonas Thomas & Henry Davis scrub- :
I' Kathleen] Johnson made a very pleas-j i I I Messrs. E. M. Knight and L. C. Taylor through the city Tuesday enroute to bing court house __ 11.00
!. art trip to the little city of Raiford ,, ] teachers in the Raiford school, Alachua to a big banquet. A. U. Williams 1 day com and mileage 10.20 ,

I last Friday night. [I I I attended the teachers institute in Lake Chris McRae, member of the school

The pound party at the N. D. Green Butler Saturday.Mr. board at Baldwin, was in town Mon-
home given by Misses Maud and Will Stallings, of the Rosier
Pearl last Saturday evening was well)) Bridge section business day.Prof.
was a visitor F. G. Schell visited Hamptonand
I attended by the younger people, and here Saturday. many other parts of the countv.., r Y
all seemed to enjoy the occasion very I
r.uich. there being many games in con- ... .? 0e I looking after the interest of the CARLOAD '
ncction with the refreshments served. 00000 OOOm0000r1 schools. Bradford county is well Of HORSES AND e 1
4
! e equipped for schools and boys and girls ilULLuAT
1 ; Our second assistant, Miss Johnson, LA WTEY. have no reason whatever for growing .
n showed her progressiveness as a .
4 without
up an education.
t.: teacher by attending the teachers' as- 6,4 > 4,4,4,4,4,4444,444
Lake Butler girls basket
ball
.. t sociation at Lake Butler last Satur- lIon. and Mrs. W. H. Biggs and Mr. and the girls of Columbia College team, RAIFORDWe ::

day.Miss *nd Mrs. Herbert Biggs,, of Green played a very interesting
last
Davis of Lilla, Fla., is game
Rosa rove I
1. Springs, were visiting relatives Saturday afternoon. The Lake Butler
,, ,J spending a while with her sister, Mrs. ir. Lawtey last Sunday. I girls won 18 to 4. =;"', -

Belle)) Parmenter. | Prof. and Mrs. R. H. Terry and Mrs. I Mr. Dick Reeves, of Alachua, has .

Messrs.made N.a very D. Green important and J.business N. Norman j, A.3'tler A. last Stokes Saturday.were visitors to Lake T.accepted F. Rivers.a position in the shop of Mr. are pleased to announce that we have in transita _


'.1 trip Mr.to Ellis our school H. Clemons Tuesday and mornirg.family I i prosperous The dwelling colored house farmer of Robert, who Strong lives and Mr.energetic J. W. Andrews horse, Sr.salesman, the hustling, of carload of Horses and Mules, which will teacH Rai a

.1 l have moved to Brooker. Mr. Clemons it Petesville, about 1 mile south ofwtey Starke, was in town on business Sat- ford not later than
,! i formerly was in the saw mill and T-\ was destroyed by fire Tuesday urday. Saturday, November 18th. ,

'; .I trucking business with G. W. Wainwright \ r.iiht.; : The home was one of the most Mr. A. G. Powell, our hustling edi- t

; of this place, is both peaceable, comfortable ones in that section, and tor has moved
from the
Pons Intending
'l cottageto purchasers of live stock will do well Have
. :. and progressive, and we regret to see which tn r ther with the burning of the Parrish cottage.Mr. to a

I 1"': him leave these parts, but extend him nearly all of the household goods is a Ray Wilson went look
and family a hearty wish-well in their ,i heavy I loss to the owner. City Monday night. over to Lake I at these animals. We will be able to fit you out with :

future pursuits in life. A son was born to ,
Mayor and Mrs. Messrs. H. J. Stewart and
f Mr. Levy Sweat attended businessin W. F. Godwin Tuesday. ] Cain visited Jacksonville last Sunday.i J. N.i either a horse or mule at a reasonable price. \

; the county hub Monday. Mrs. J. D. Randall returned home' Messrs. J. S. Roebuck and Walter

t Mr. Lloyd Moore and Mrs. Tom last Sunday from an extended trip Dees, of Fort Call section, were trans- '

I Crawford and Miss Viola Raulerson throurh the northern states and differ- acting business in town last Tuesday. .1;
made a flying trip to Macclenny last; r -4'ns of Canada. She absent Mr. Walter Wills of
1: : was Tampa, and
Sunday in the latter's auto. I about six weeks. Mr. and Mrs. John Morgan, of Starke A. D. ANDREWS MER PANTILE COMPANY '
I. Scheklie Rosier visited our Mrs.
Mr. Emily Sayles is spending a few passed through our city last Sunday
school Thursday and practiced his partin days this week at Pablo Beach. enroute to their old home at Ft. Call.

the various plays in which he.will Mrs. A. M. Van Dyke was a visitorto The Modern Woodmen of Raiford Raiford Florida =

tI .. take a part with us in the near fu- Jacksonville last Friday and Sat- .!entertained the Modern Woodmen of ,

I ture.Mr. urday. Lake Butler most royally with an -.J.
Jas. H. Wainwright is having a Mrs. W. H. Miner, of Starke, was ter supper last Tuesday night. oy-

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