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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 24, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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c VOLUME 38. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1916 NUMBER 21.


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TO ASK FOR EMBARGO OF DEUTSCHLAND THE HON. JOHN MULLADY

STAM'S BUSINESS !- FOODSTUFFS IN CONGRESS EMPEROR FRAN- ACKNOWLEDGES THE CORN PROSPECTS SEEM



IS GREAT Chairman of House Appropriations SUPPING AWAY, CIS JOSEPH, AUSTRIA 'Fesses Up That-He is the Man BRIGHT FOR IM t



YEAR Committee Will Pre- BREMENBOU DIED WED. Who Misrepresented The PROVEDSERVICE ,

.,{" ALL THE sent the Legislation. Citizens of Hampton.

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WASHINGTON, Nov. 22.Chairman Hampton, Fla., Nov. 20, 1916.
i 3.IMPORT AND EXPORT IS Fitzgerald of the house appro- AGAIN VENTURES TO SEA HAD DISTINCTION OF REIGN- Bradford County Telegraph, IN TRANSPORTATION OF

1!;"" priations committee has announced he AFTER ACCIDENT FRIDAY ING FOR OVER 67 YEARS Starke, Fla. BRADFORD CO. BERRIES
TOWN
LARGE FOR SIZE OF intends to'prepare a bill providing for Dear Sirs-I presume I am at

I an embargo on all foodstuffs, and to fault, more or less, in the little -

PRODUCTIONS, rush it to action early in the coming GERMAN' MERCHANTMAN SUB. EMPEROR'S DECLARATION OF controversy between the Tele- NEW YORK DIS1RIBUTOKS GIVE i =

AGRICULTURAL AND TIES session of congress. He declared the CLEARS PORT WITH TUG, WAR AGAINST SERBIA WAS graph and the Times concerningthe TESTIMONY ON BEHALF OF
NAVAL STORES embargo he will ask for would be the stopping of subscriptions in
BUT TUG RETURNS. FIRST ONE OF THE WAR. STRAWBERRY
LARGELY. EXPORTED. most effective weapon in the contro- Hampton. This is how it happened. GROWERS. f
About the 20th of Octoberover
4The versy with Great Britain over the -

trade blacklist, and would also do more WATCH HILL, R. I, Nov. 21.-The LONDON, Nov. 22.-Emperor Fran- 40 of the citizens of Hampton E. S.
business done in Matthews president of the
immense met in that great Catts dem-
than months of diplomatic negotiations German commercial submarine, the cis Joseph of Austria, died last nightat 0
Bank of
Starke
who has
those worked
Starke can only be realized by ocratic club that the Telegraphhad actively -
this question. Chairman Fitz- Deutschland which started from !
over
again 9 o'clock at Schonebrum castle, according -
A. L. Intt.e for more thai! a for improvement
the S. depot. such and year an -
who frequent added that the embargo shouldbe a pain over, duringthe
gerald New London, Conn., for Bremen, Ger- to a Reuter dispatch from Vi- in
facilitiesfor
transportation
morning the large freight room meeting one of the men denounced -
imposed for purely domestic rea-
that there many, this afternoon, passed here tonight enna, via Amsterdam.The the handling of the Bradford
filled with goods the stand taken the coun-
be by
;gJlay so sons, food reached levels where theyare
, as moving eastward through Block death of Francis Joseph is a
to move between the and ty strawberry crop, is in receipt of a
Telegraph
is hardly room distress.It urged that the citizens -
causing wide-spread Island Sound. She was without con- remarkable climax to the long list of
letter from H.
Schwitters
it be E. & Sons
,1 and in the evening may of Hampton the ,
stacks, stop
; is understood that President Wil- voy, ten miles offshore. in the paper.
tragedies Hapsburg familyalist
only to be filled up This well known New York fruit and pro-
received with cheers and
\ empty was
almost
\if, son and his cabinet will oppose any Coast guard stations along the coast unparalleled in other reigning
g' the following morning. Agent any cries of amen, stamping of feet, duce distributors, saying that a mem
again for in the
such provided
legislation as were under orders from Washingtonto house in Europe. He dies in the midstof
ber of their firm and four other New
full to
T. J. Griffin has his hands keep bill.BASKET. etc., and then and there the men
Fitzgerald reveal observations of the
no sub- the world's greatest war, which he York distributors
the freight department straight beside who were talking declared their were just back home
he doesit marine which they might make. himself large brought about by his from Washingtcn, where they
his many other duties, but BALL GAME intention of stopping it and the gave
is determination to avenge the act of as- testimony before the Inter-State Commerce '
somehow. Much of the freight others said they would not sub-
CHRISTMAS ADVERTISING. sassination of his heir, the Archduke
", hauled away from the cars direct and scribe. So over 40 men did line Commission regarding trans
Starke Comes Off Victorious in Game Francis Ferdinand, as the result of an
is not put in the freight room. up against the Telegraph and are portation conditions here. In the let
The export from Starke is not in- With Hampton. On, December 15th the Telegraphwill alleged Serbian conspiracy, while on a against it now. I sent report to ter Mr. Matthews is advised: that the
the have issue an elaborate Christmas edition state visit to Bosnia on June 28, 1914. New York distributors
slderable. First in spring we the Times. Now, I suppose from gave strong
the strawberries, of which.we grow T and will mail out several hundred Francis Joseph was 86 years old at your paper and opinion of the past testimony as to the necessity for an

immense quantities, then come Irish Last Saturday the Starke basketball sample copies. This will afford the the time of his death. He> was born you will need more than my word improvement in the transportation facilities -

potatoes, sweet corn and vegetables.Later team went down to Hampton and business men of the county an excep- I August 18, 1830. He was only nineteen for this. So I refer you to Mr. and Messrs. Schwitters & Son

we have pears. Then begins the played the boys of that town. Quite I tional opportunity to advertise their t years of age when he ascended Philip Pierce, Mr. G. W. Hicks, state that the general feeling was that

shipment of sweet potatoes, of which a number from Starke motored downto wares to the holiday trade. Bookingsfor I the throne of Austria, upon the abdication Mr. A. A.' Durden, and can give the movement started by Mr. Mat-
witness the game.Hampton's already exceeded I of his uncle, Ferdinand I., De- thews is going to result in
staple Messrs. J. M. Truby, C. S. During space our expec- you a number more if these should a loweringof
Son follows tations and the will probably cember 2, 1848, making his active the present freight rate on berriesas
o N: B. Hull and Brown & ship line-up was as : paper I not stand any higher in your esteem -
": immense quantities. Then comes H. L. Scotten, front; Turner, front; Alder- have to be made several pages larger 'reign extend over a period of 67 years, than some of our other well as the establishment of a bet- y

,..,, Stevenson with his large shipments of man, center; Williams, guard; Har- than- was at first intended. We wouldbe :all but the first twenty of which he Hampton citizens do. I am send- ter service, which may be used at the

!i J. Japan persimmons and Messrs. Dur't din, guard. glad to have all the towns in the !iwas also Apostolic King of Hungary.It ing this explanation to the Times option of the slipper.,

ling, Hull and Truby with their shipments Starke's line-up as follows: Colley, county represented and will send our is doubtful that if in all history also, as some of our business men They conclude their-letier with this

tf',"': of strawberry plants. Then front; Beasley, front; Thomas, center; representative to call on those inter- 'there has been an active, authenticat- offer to bet that this will not be statement: "Personally, we feel thatit

Messrs. Stevenson, N. D. Wainwrightand Wall, guard, Speer, guard; substitute ested if they will drop up a card. An 'ed reign that was longer. Tradition printed in the Telegraph. is more vital to the growers inter-
Pharoah for
ruled 99
A. J. Boss with their pecan shipments Kickliter for Colley.At enterprising Brooker merchant has en- 'says a years, Respectfully, ests to have better service rather than
and Mr. Truby with his sugarcane gaged a whole page to announce his and there is the more credible instance J. MULLADY. lower rates, and were we to choose between s
the close of the the
game score I ef Rameses II. Seostris of the Greeks
not to mention all they offerings to the trade of that section. Mr. the two would
shipments, Mullady has no good reason for we certainly
was found to be, Hampton, 10 Starke, !
; whose to have covered
y- minor shipments of beans, grapes, II 21. Orders for space should be placed at reign reputed assuming that the Telegraph would choose the better service.-
.... once as it requires some time to handlea 67 years. But in recorded history there
lodes, chickens, etc. not publish the foregoing epistle. If This is undoubtedly the feeling of
,! During this month the Powell-Smith Next Friday our boys will go to paper of the size that we intend to certainly has been no reign of equal our Hampton correspondent had seen every person conversant with the situation -
Palatka indoors in duration to that of Francis
to play Joseph.
an game issue.
Co. have sent away about 300 barrels fit to send in an account of the meet- The difficulty; has been that
the evening. We hope they will come Louis XIV, of France, was nominallyking
of rosin, and R. S. Humphrey and J. ing about which Mr. Mullady now shippers here have had to pay what.
home the laurels of vic- for He
1+[. Truby have also shipped a good again wearing TACKY ARTY. 72 years. actually occupied writes it would have been publishedat would be a fancy price for first-class
, the throne for little than
deal of. roSlIl. J. M. Brownlee and tory. I : more the time and there would not now service and got a very inferior ser-
i half a century. A closer rival, and the
Grover T. Sweat have sent away a dozen be the occasion for thrashing old vice. We
To be given this evening at the Ar- only one of modern times, was Queen over ought really to get express
cars of cross ties. J. F. Canova A DESTITUTE FAMILY. mory at 7:30. Admission 15 and 25 Victoria who reigned for 64 years. straw. refrigerator service at less than we ,

has over 300 bales of sea island cot- cents. Good time for all. Fine program The ultimatum of July 23, 1914, So far as Mr. Mullady is concerned; have been paying for freight service.

,;ji :. ton ready to send away. And soon in which will be seen the clever which Francis Joseph sent to King this paper has been quite liberal in ,
farmers will have of There is a family living about two
our plenty syrup
r comedian, Mr. N. Sternberg. publishing things. His ministerial
Peter of Serbia denouncing the anti-
j CARD Or THANKS.
miles northwest of town who are in .
:+ to ship
.
't': away. Program as follows:: 1 Austrian in that activities have been given more pub- ..
propaganda countryand
,.: Our merchants collectively do a great need of the necessaries of life. Mary Pickford and Maud Adams, demanding prompt punishment of licity, perhaps, than has been given to

: large mail order trade in hardware, This family moved here Some months fiddler and pianist. the assassins of Archduke Ferdinand, the work of any other minister in the We wish to .express ouc" sincere

t automobile supplies, dry goods and ago from North Georgia. The man Wm. Jackson Lee, recitation. 'was supposedly dictated by Francis same time, and certainly he cannot thanks to our. neighbors! and many
and his wife both sick and it has
millinery. Traveling men all agree are Geraldine Farrar, South Florida Joseph himself and it was this docu- complain that his political activities friends for their Sympathy And assis-
,,: that Starke is one of the busiest ci- been necessary to employ a nurse. '
? Nightingale. ment that directly precipitated the have not been given due notice. 'It is tance through thu. sickness And deathof
..I' ties of its size in the state. Starke is Food, clothing, household furniture-
; a
Nathaniel Whatisit, warbler. 1 war now ravaging Europe. Five days true that we have not seen fit to pub- our darling brvby. We specially

S'moreover. a pretty'little city, populated especially bedding-will be thankfully Marjorie Tuttle, another recitation. later, after Serbia had complied with lish a life size picture of Brother Mul- thank Dr. Philips for; his skilled treat-
this ,
' Those to
received.
by a good class of citizens. Being wishing help Peter Pan, the boy wonder. all the demands, with the exception of lady on every page of the Telegraph ment and untiring! efforts to relieve
thus well founded it deserves the best destitute family can do so by commun-
,
Seth Duberry and Mrs. Hezekial C. agreeing to allow Austrian authorities'to the suffering and Restore its5:health:
4 efforts of the citizens for further prog- icating with Mrs. J. R. Halligan, Miss +
*. ress. Amelia Ray or Mr. F. A. Scott. Calaberry Delicious, fiddle lunches and piano.sale. enter Serbia to stamp out the alleged (Continued on Page 6.) MR. and MRS.*L. F. SURRENCY.. {
on
r r anti-Austrian conspiracies, Fran- -
; Dancing begins at 10 o'clock. Or- cis Joseph declared war. '-

chestra, Mrs. Waters and Mr. Wither- j Francis Joseph was about to make a.
IfADAMSONHGHTHOURUWISHELD f'. ington. 'I possible move for a separate peace, SUBMARINE TORPEDOES AND SINKs

but owing to the strict censorship in


i TO BE UNCONSTITUTIONAL BY HOOK The Baptist BAPTIST are-CHURCH.giving a special |1 Austria such a report.TEACHERS'there. was no confirmation of I BRITISH HOSPITAL, SHIP BRITANNIC


.'t. ti' program next Sunday night at the ASSOCIATION. i iI I I ._ !tI
-
> church. Musical features and talks by I I '

. Attorney General Gregory and I FARM PROPERTY IN DEMAND.The students from Columbia College will Program of Meeting to be Held at UGLOW THE IRRIGATOR.J. Converted Ling Sent Down in _

be given, and a pleasant and profitabletime

| Lawyers for Railways Con- high price of cotton and other is looked forward to. i I Brooker December 2nd. Uglow, a prosperous and pro- Aegean Sea-Few dives

. Mr. Cecil Moore and Mr. Emory Dia- gressive farmer living northeast of '
s' fer But Fail to Agree ; profitably staples and engagement, the fine opportunity in stock raising for- mond will accompany Blanchard Law Why a teacher should have a knowledge Starke, has planted a large area in Reported Lost.

,; home for the occasion. is of psychology-R. A. Green. -- ;.
i is causing a strong demand for Everyone cabbages, as this staple is very scarce

ON ANY TERMS TO MAKE A farm properties in this section. During invited to come and enjoy the music.A 'I Morning session, 9:30. and will command a good price. He BIG LINER BEPORTED TO
the week farms collection will be taken for the Song, Members of Association. will also plant a good deal of lettuce.In '

''TEST CASE OF ONE ATTACK town have changed two good hands. near college at the close. You are welcome j Devotional exercises, Prof. S. A.\ this Mr. Uglow is not alone, as several CARRY 1,000 BRITISH. SICK

whether have not. i Draper. of truckers have partly
an offering or our
' you I'
; Welcome address M. P.
.F Matheny.I
The items of the themselves from he
following
are emancipated
; DISAGREEMENT REPORTED TO of the county, who has been living near pro- Prof. I II ENGLISH STATEMENT NOT. POSITIVE
; gram: I Response, Draper. I strawberry tyranny and have gone in ; !
o' Tampa for several from
bought
BE IN years, Orchestra number. What should be the relation between has AS TO CAUSE <)F SlNti-
V, REGARD TO WHICH SUIT E S' Matthews a 46-acre farm two for cabbage, but Mr. Uelow provided -
', COUNSEL WILL CENTER UPON miles northeast of town. He will beginat Chorus by the singing class. !the school and the communityProf.E. I I irrigation for his plansand. can- ING-FIF1T LIVES ALL BE-

' the erection of comfortable Eight minutes talk by the three stu- R. Poppell.The : not help but be successful:-Cabbage )
a ,IN once a LIEVED TO HAVE BEEN LOST
ORDER TO GET DECISION BY home on the property and will dents of Columbia College. value of discipline in the schoolA. : requires rich land and much water at
SUPREME engagein Piano solo Mrs. Nellie B. Shaw. OUT OF 1,500 ON BOARD.
_' COURT BY JAN. 1. general farming and stock raising. by Hughes. I times. ;

,i..,!:, ... H. J. Thomas, of the western partof Vocal solo by Mrs. J. E. Futch. The effect -cramming-Discussion I Mr. Uglow planted Irish potatoes
Male quartette. by Misses Loca Johnson, Mamie Pin- I this fall, and they throve wonderfully Nop '
Bradford
from
purchased
I WASHINGTON, Nov. 23.-Attor- county holster, Rose Mary Hull and Bernice ATHENS, London-
Family He has
quartette. under growinga
irrigation. now
.:ryan General W. H. H. Whistler what is known as The White Stir line! steamship Britan-
eY Gregory and lawyers'act- DeSha.
Orchestra number and chorus. deal of vegetables of different
.! mg for the Mahone place on the Starke Law- great nic serving ahospital skip for the
as
most of the important railroad There will be preaching,in the morning Afternoon session, 1:30. kinds, which have a luxuriant and suc- :
road and will take of
Ft.systems of the tey possession wounded soldiers of the entente allies
country were in conference Business of association.
by the pastor but the evening hour culent owing to rich soil
the within the few appearance
, next
several hours today but failed property days. education F. G. has been torpedoed and sunk: accord-
Supt.
/ will be given over to the program as Compulsory and plenty of water. Those who are '
.' to agree on terms by which one of the stated above.A Schell. able to do so should install irrigationfor ing to an official, announcement made

-t wtny railroad suits attacking the ANOTHER CARLOAD OF STOCK.J. beautiful feature of last Sunday The value of a literary society in a their truck crops. Surface irri- hereloday. .

4 .I'Adamson: act might be made a test night was the singing of "My Mother's school-N. D. Hall. gation, which is the best, costs com- The Britannic.carried 1,000 British
... end expedited to the supreme court for Song" as solo, with chorus "Amazing The importance of agriculture in paratively little.ALACHUA. sick and wounded men. Her crew and
:f. } as' early decision on its constitutionf W. Andrews & Son have been in Grace." the school-Prof. Crosby. medical. staff number about. 200. .
;\ t a1ih. the St. Louis market this select-
week
Don't fail to attend the Sunday What to do with the backward COUNTY FAIR. -
!) Both the attorney general and the ing another carload of horses and evening service, as there will be muchto child?Profs. Bryan and Ogden. Fifty Lives Lost: ,

,: < railroad counsels declined to name the mules fcr the local market. The stock enjoy. Is time wasted teaching Grammar LONDON, Nov. 22.-Ti British

; point of disagreement, but it was un- arrive r.ext Monc''\y. Sunday school, 9:45.: before the eighth grade?-Misses Lily The Alachua County Fair opened at hospital ship Britannic has-been: sunk

deratood that both parties still are of Morning service, 11:00.B. Crosby and Clifford Harrell. Gainesville Tuesday and will close to- with the loss of (bout fiftylives, says
1r the opinion that night. The fair is well attended every
a test case should be case, which is set for hearing tomorrow .. Y. P. U.. 6:15. a British official{announcement today.
** and and the exhibits excellent and
that are
l the main question is in THIRD ANNUAL SALE. day .
Evening at 700.
fteting the particular case.The i at Kansas City would present the program % many. The agricultural exhibits are -! :
conrejlce8 -
will be-i:sum d tomorrow. questions with more at issue justice more to the completelyand carriers.It A nice news letter from the Rising The Ladies Aid Society of the Bap- especially fine and show what can be JORDAN-PADGETT.I .'

':te department of justice is said t6.we was pointed out tonight that the section reached the Telegraph office tist church will hold its third annual done in Florida. Many citizens of this -j *

Ott' insisted that the case of the Misym railroad men here have had no oppor- too late for publication last week. Thh sale December 15, in the vacant store section have attended the fair and Mr. E. B. Jordan, of Plaut} City, and

': Oklahoma and Gulf in which tunity to read the complaint filed in happened because the correspondent owned by J. E. Futch.. pronounce it very interesting as well Miss Estelle Padgett, of Starke, were

Fedci1. Judge Hook in Kansas City the Missouri, Oklahoma and Gulf case, addressed the letter to Mr. Matthews All sorts of articles suitable for as instructive. married last Thursday, at f the home of

,may' held the Adamson act unconstitutional although they are familiar with the sad he overlooked delivering it to te Christmas gifts will be offered for sale Justice T. W. Sweat, M.;Sweat performing -

should be made the test actions begun by the larger roads and office. Correspondents will please direct and a liberal patronage is solicited.A CRACKER SIX FARMS WILL CURE the ceremony. ;They will

:ease' The railroad attorneys, howev- are satisfied that they cover the their letters to the Telegraph. AND SMOKE ME \TS. make their future homj? in Plant r
': ,-".were, not convinced that the issues This cordial invtiation is extended to -
(" ground so thoroughly that the entire will insure the mail reaching the City.
pr+ *ted i .lt The attention of the f.v 'ers is directed fl
'l ? -sufficiently broad of the between _
{ argument for the railroads could be printing office promptly.Mr. all young people city .
: \tet f JtV all I8 de- to the big advert?,'" *it of the
that might be the of 14 and 20 to attend the
made them in the court.R. ages
on supreme Mahone vf Valdosta,
Ji\u Tthree in Mrs. N. E. ,
; I the'Adamson act in a Charlie Jones and family of meetings of the Senior class of St. Cracker Six Farms on
,>1 l'f;.. m.ohiDr a much larger proper- Pablo Beach, and Mr. George Loyd, of 1 Mark's '(Episcopal) Sunday school, this issue. They have av' facilitiesfor Ga., arrived in Starke Thursday looking and ,
; ",! S. attended the fair meats and kr on cold will spend some time fire
1, r inclined.to insist that Humphrey Providence, were the guests of Mr. and which meets every Sunday morning at curing

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f PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY NOYEMBEU 24,

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RAIFORD WILL SHIP LETTUCE OLD, OLD PALATKA.Few <}:

liII--! :;,i SUBMARINE DEUTSCHLAND RAMS THIS YEAR.W. of us realize the true venera- 1 f,,,;


t IT FIVE LIVES LOSTt. L Roberts Installs Irrigating Plant bleness state antedate of Palatka.us. Few Few of towns them in that the JOB PRINTING i
TUG CONVOYING of Lettuce.
and Sets Quantity
; i( ; ; have been up and down like Palatka,

f, still persist in existing. There are still

q cret it became known through state strawberry acreage and making some when Florida became a state. The
O'clock
Left Pier at One Friday
ments outside that the collision was money from Bradford county's favo- town site was once an old Spanish

; 1 Morning With Cargo Valued accidental. The survivors who would rite fruit, but W. I. Roberts has decided grant. An Indian trading post had ,

111 discuss the accident agreed that it was there is more money in lettuce been established and the live oak in- Neatly air! Artistically :

: -! i I at Two Million Dollars. due to a combination of swift currents than strawberries and has taken the dustry was profitably carried on here .

'J which carried the tug off its course right method to insure success along in the early twenties of the last cen- : li.1c\: Done--Give Us a Trial! .,
and across the bows of the submarinein his chosen line. tury. A large blockhouse occupiedthe \
Ij ; MERCHANTMEN RETURNED the darkness. Mr. Roberts recently had two wells foot of Main street where were A

f f: ; TO PORT TO REPAIR DAMAGE The crew of the tug had no chance put down in a field of IVi acres and installed kept all of the things, perhaps includ-

j : for their lives. They went down imprisoned a Fairbanks and Morse engineand ing "fire water" that could be bartered .

i in the pilot house, engineroom a Bulldozer pump and this with a ta the Indians for their game, hides,

COLLISION OCCURRED OFF RACE and galley. Captain Frederick Campbell irrigator and a quantity of skins or other native products. It

"j" i ROCK, TWELVE MILES FROM Hinch of the Eastern Forwarding Co., hose makes him independent of the takes no vivid imagination to see the .
f It who was the only tug survivor, jumped weather. Indians in their dug-out canoes, load-
NEW LONDON; ACCIDENT SAID from the deck of the tug and was Recently Mr. Roberts took forty- ed to the water's edge with treasuresof mru fur (!Emuttij!' rrlrultl[ ; !

t I.! TO HAVE BEEN CAUSED BY later taken aboard the tug Cassie. eight bushels of corn besides fodder wild forest and field. This post was '

; : SWIFT CURRENTS. The Deutschland's return will be and a quantity of peanuts off of this sacked and burned at the breaking out : 4

I I'I ; delayed only a few days by the dam- field, but he was not satisfied with the of the Seminole war in 1835, while the

I __ age she received. 'ield and before planting his lettucehe owners barely escaped with their lives.

;' Ii; NEW LONDON, Nov. .-The put on seventeen loads of stable Soon after this a military post was

I II Deutschland, the German submarine THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION.State : manure and 1,600 pounds of a special established here with a garrison, bar

: which arrived here on November 1, mixture containing 6 per cent potash, racks and shops for the repair of arms .
-
i l' slipped out of the harbor at an early Florida-Executive Offices. 8 per cent ammonia and 6 per cent and equipment. Generals Scott, Taylor ::;:

, ) hour today, bound for Bremen. She the Go\'ernor-A of Proclamation. phosphoric acid. He has just planted (old Rough and Ready), Worth and

;, left her pocket at the state pier at 1:30 By Looking backward through the yearst 35,000 lettuce plants on this field from Gaines were quartered here and took ......:- -', :. -: -
I o'clock, and was towed down the harbor othe time when our forefathers were which he should harvest at least 2,500 an active part in the forags againstthe

I' by two tugs. in this country institu- hampers.The Seminole marauders. W. T. Sher- .
I ; Capt. F. Hinsch and other officials establishing and lettuce will come off in Januaryand man, it is claimed, was stationed here
tions that characterize a great A. D. ANDREWS
it j I of the Eastern Forwarding Company, enduring civilization, there comes to a crop of Irish potatoes will then also when he was a young lieutenant.It .
were on one of the tugs. A launch hallmarkof be planted, followed by another crop is claimed that Osceola and his ':i
our view no more significant
filled with newspaper men followed the characteristics of of corn. band of Indians made their last standat
the fine Christian
submersible down the Thames river to the men and women of that day than The lettuce from this acre and a the landing on the Ocklawaha river Mercantile Company ,
should net over a thousand -known Osceola's old field few
the mouth of the harbor. for quarter as a
the beautiful custom they began .
: -The Deutschland passed the United dollars and the present prospect is for miles to the southwest. Shortly after f<
us in observing a day of Thanksgivingand l.
States cruiser Columbia in the lower Praise. The people of Florida for big> prices on potatoes in the spring.- which the great chief was captured and

l harbor at 1:45 o'clock. Several passing Raiford Tribune. carried off as a prisoner of war, which
and
i the blessings of prosperity, peace
I steamers and the Columbia turned happiness that prevail in our common- caused him to pine away in grief and New Goods Coming In Daily f
: FORD GROWS ENERGETIC until he died .
i their searchlights on the boat and blew wealth and in the nation should be sorrow of a broken heart.In
I their whistles. the early forties the town again
profoundly grateful.To
I I! l While the manifest of the Deutsch- us has been vouchsafed a year Says Lawyer Might Petrify Before He attracted attention as a shipping point I

l I r land's cargo has not yet been made unmarred by epidemic, serious disturbances Would Buy Dodge Stock. for lumber, logs and produce, includ- | Just Received

I I ;. public, it is estimated that its approximate or economic loss. To us has ing live oak and cedar timbers. Much i

: value is more than $2,000,000. been given a year of peaceful enjoy- cotton, sugar, syrup, etc., being ship- Comforts Blankets large line of Ladies
11 I DETROIT, Mich., Nov. 22.HenryFord ,
The i cargo consists largely of crude of ped down the Ocklawaha river by boat
the the
,: rubber, nickel, zinc and silver bars. monwealth ment of and prosperity com- testifying in the suit of the to be transferred here to the larger and Misses Coats Ladies Raincoats
witnessing
; a year a ,
I She Dodge brothers to prevent Mr. Ford steamers that
also carried several sacks of mail plied between Palatka
in industries and
t t I from the Germany embassy at Wash- arts great of progress peace. Our our fields and grovesare from spending millions of dollars, said and Charleston or Savannah.In Ladies and Misses Ready-to-wear Felt f

I ington. Some of the mail was said to laden with the fruits of industry the brothers, John and Horace E. the early fifties, James 0. Deval,
: r be for the German emperor. richly and are not laid waste in the- Dodge, sought to force him to buy Col. Hart and Capt. J. R. Adams, were Hats, Also Ladies fancy Dress Goods !.

; I The Deutschland arrived in New devastating path of war. The busy their interest in the Ford Motor Car active in the development of Palatka. and Trimmings. f fMen's

f London on November 1, for her second whir of the wheels of have Company. The Dodges own 10 percent The first was owner of a big hotel at
! trip to this country. Her first record- commerce of the Ford stock, and Ford said foot of Main street. Col. Hart and

't making voyage was to Baltimore last not the been wheels supplanted of cannon by the, the rumblingsof song of they demanded $35,000,000 for it. Ford 'i I Capt. Adams had already establisheda and Boys' Pants and Suits f

I summer. On her trip here the craft the harvester is heard in the land and declared the Dodge brothers told him stage line, with tallyho and fine

brought a cargo estimated at ten mil- have discordant note of strife he must buy their stock "or they would horses, to Ocala and were preparingto
t d lion dollars. The freight was composed we within our no borders. harass me in everything I tried to do." open up the Hart line on the Ock- iA

: I of dyestuffs, chemicals and medi- Shaking his finger at one of the attorneys lawaha river. Possibly a dozen fami-
Therefore with the
in
beau- Just
keeping Received Car-load
of
: cines, besides securities and bonds. tiful custom which it delights our for the Dodges, Ford said: lies in all occupied the village. a J
"If you sat there until you were petrified Those
were romantic days. Little
hearts to follow, I, Park Trammell, I wouldn't buy the Dodge stock, wonder that the Dressers Bureaus Tables Rockers i
tale is still told of Dining ,
'r i Deutschland, Rams Convoying Tug. Governor of the State of Florida, do would I that of other ,
nor buy any how the
heavy would sometimes
I stage
I' NEW LONDON, Conn., Nov. 17.- hereby designate and set apart stockholder." : until the Chairs Mattresses Springs and nice Bed- !
"bog" passengers were com- ,
Five members of the crew of the tug Thursday, November 30, 1916,
T. A. Scott, Jr., which accompanied to be observed as a day of Thanksgiving. pelled to alight, often to be called up- steads. i
on to lend a hand in extricating the
the German submarine Deutschland t.
from New London today her That this nation of ours has been entire expedition. On one such occasion When Harness '
early on want Saddles Bridles i
return trip to Bremen, were drowned spared the suffering loss and blood- Full Supply of it is told how a beautiful lady you ,

I when the tug collided in the race shed, yea, even the wholesale slaughter was obliged to alight suddenly, only Buggies, Wagons, Fencing or anything to
I COFFINS AND CASKETSAll to leave one of her tiny slippers in the
of which the
about 12 miles from this port. The men, are necessary 4
results of cruel and merciless mud. It is to be regretted that history use or wear come to
i see
i }t only person on the tug saved was Capt. war; us !
does not tell if this modern
that have been out of its Sizes and Qualities Cinderellawas
t l t, [ Fred Hinsck, of the German interned we kept awful -
liner Neckar. The which horrors, yet steadfastly have main- ever rewarded by Prince Charm-
tug belonged -
to the T. A. Scott Wrecking Corny tained the national honor, should fill Always on Hand ing or not; however, there is to this Good whole-grain Rice 5c
day a bit of the old stage road knownas
I with .
sank. us a spirit of solemn gratitude.For -
pany the Lady Slipper avenue. If No. 8 Stoves each
The Deutschland returned to her these things and for whateverour PRICES REASONABLE do you $10.00We
'I+ and not believe this, just ask the Palat-
individual blessings
dock here at 5:15 a. m. Officials declined prosper- ka historian.The .
I to discuss the accident, or to ity have been let us be truly thankful,
J. C. CONE traffic the river carriedon
on was
tell the extent of the damage inflicted reverently observing the day set apartin '

I I on the submarine. offering praise and thanksgiving Lawter, :-: Florida by Savannah.large steamers Many from interesting Charlestonand in- carry Salt, Flour, Lard and all kinds of Grocer f
Sea Was Smooth to the Giver of all Good who giveththe -- .Jr. I
= cidents of these could be revealed if ies and Goods
I the Staple
The trip down the harbor was with- earth its increase and guides i
I there was space. There was no tele-
out incident and when last seen by a destinies of nations. 1
Let the where graphic communication, so the hoursof We the highest market for Cotton
gather prices
newspaper launch the submersible was people convenient General InsuranceI arrival of the mail boats could onlybe pay Eggs,
: ploughing through a smooth sea at the for a service of Praise and of told and all Country Produce t
by "judgment" depending on
rate of twelve knots an hour, headed Thanksgiving appropriate to the occasion represent none but FIRST
how the tides f.
were on the bar at the

for launch Montauk returned Point.here The after newspaper following I also in and substantial manifest form their by gratitude having CLASS companies the alert and to will be mouth of the St. Johns river, as the Come and see us before you buy your winter i

constantly on pro- large vessels could only cross there at
the submarine several miles. At that thought for any unfortunate in their
I II Supplies will make the
midst. mote your interests. Guarantee high tide. Many a night Col. Deval we prices right.
time the sea was smooth and the moon
I courteous treatment to all pa would post a watch on his wharf to .
whereof I have here-
In
in its last quarter cast its rays over testimony ,
I' the water. unto set my hand and caused the Great trons. A well written policy bya look for the light of the steamer as it 1
Seal of the this 16th first-class in first- came up the river in order to be in
Failure of the tugs to return at an State to be affixed agent a
of November, A. D. 1916. I sometimes readiness to attend to the mail and receive A. D.
., I early hour led to much speculation, day I class company means ANDREWS I
the tourists who
in those
,
but it was believed that they would PARK TRAMMELL, much in case of loss by fire. even
the submersible well be-. Governor. days of slow transportation, throngedto

: accompany yond the three-mile limit. Attest: H. C. RICHARD, Starke Florida. Mercantile
: Although the Deutschland apparently H. CLAY CRAWFORD, There was also a natty little steamer Company

[ had been ready for her dash for Secretary of State. the Sarah Spaulding, plying be-

: I some days her departrue was rather tween But alas Jacksonville for Madam and Sarah Lake, she Monroe.spranga RAIFORD, :: FLORIDAOOOO0OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO&
Her skipper, Paul Koe-
unexpected.
I,: nig, spent the evening in his usual CALOMEL DYNAMITESA COFFINS CASKETS i leak and foundered right at the foot

leisure manned about the city. He SLUGGISH LIVER And a full line of of Main street. History says she was
hands raised, but was never sufficiently recovered -
called at two hotels and shook -
Undertakers'Supplies to her active duties
resume
about his
asked .
When
with friends.
,t sailing the captain merely smiled and Crashes Into Sour Bile, making Always on hand. The best ser- upon the St. Johns river.

I said he did not know. You Sick and You Losea vice at the lowest prices. Special The first court house was built at -. ---
this time the site of
occupying present
A Silent Departure attention to telegraph orders.
Day's Work. the cigar factory on Reid and First
. I Farewells to the Willehad's crew ,
, streets. Here divine services held.
o'clock the Embalmer were
were said quietly. At 1 Registered
All denominations in this
tugs Alert and T. A. Scott, Jr., of the worshipped
Calomel salivates!
It's "
T. A. Scott Wrecking Company, steamed mercury. DeWITT C. JONES ancient "Temple of Justice. Evidently In Observance
Calomel acts like dynamite on a slug- the people of those days did not be- I ofTHANKSGIVING
t. : up to the pier. The pontoon, bearing gish liver. When calomel comes into I Suc'sr to G. C. Livingston & Co lieve segregating religion and politics .
stood between
I ; a high fence that contact with sour bile it crashes intoit Starke, Fla.ESPECIAILLY. as the court house must have been the
dock pulled
the Willehad and the was
, Ii causing cramping and nausea.If headquarters for both.It DAYThis
the -
o'clock
side and at 1:30 ,
f to one
; you feel bilious, headachy, con-
down the would hardly be fair to leave this
" h Deutschland slipped silently stipated and all knocked out, just go without mention of the "Old Fieldschool" Institution will remain CLOSED

, ,, Thames. of the Deutschland, to your druggist and get a 50 cent and the "Little Red School-
Captain Koenig bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone, whichIs house" on Reid street, which was Pa-
appeared pale and shaken as he stepped Thursday November ThirtiethAs
! his vessel its a harmless vegetable substitute for latka's first seat of learning. Where ,
ashore from on re-
I : talk about the dangerous calomel. Take a spoonfuland the boys and girls were sent to schoolas
He refused to
I turn. sent word if it doesn't start your liver and far back as the fifties, though at .
t' :. collision and immediately
: to Vice-President Paul G. Hilken, of straighten you up better and quicker the expense of their parents. Educa- a Nation, we have unusual cause for thanksgiving
', than nasty calomel and without making -
tional advantages did not in
the Eastern Forwarding Company, come easy this While death and
i i devastationare
!
who arrived at the company's office you sick, you just go back and get ADAPTED those days, but were considerad very year.

shortly afterward and went into consultation your money.If FOR YOUR STATEHOOT desirable.-Palatka News. stalking abroad peace and prosperity are
you take calomel today you'll be The Telegraph may add that Palat-
I with him. sick and nauseated tomorrow; besidesit ka's- first mayor, after the town was within our gates let us count our blessings and .

, t may salivate you, while if you take incorporated, was the late Judge W. and give due thanks. ;

i ,. Disaster Was Accidental Dodson's Liver Tone you will wake up W. Tumblin, of Starke, who was also
I NEW LONDON, Nov. 17.-The colt feeling great, full of ambition and county judge of Putnam county for
E : lision'which caused the submarine ready for work or play. It's harmless, two terms. As individuals, let us plan for continued finan-

. Deutschland to abandon her return pleasant and safe to give to children; cial progress. A strong banking connection< is at '
they like it. (13=: 4%) OUR INSTRUCTIVE
almost at its outset today,
I I voyage A Clogged System Must Be Cleared.
all times balance.Bank
I I when her convoying tug, T. A. Scott, CATALOGUE AND a helpful .

j Ja., was sunk with her crew of five Read the Bradford County Tele- -, WEEKLYPRICE You will find Dr. King's New Life

men, was the subject of a Federal investigation graph-the home paper. Pills a gentle but effective laxativefor
I
this afternoon. LIST removing impurities from the sys-
United States inspector of steam Lst-fss.A MI", EtfKBN UOtM .Tttfc tem. Accumulated waste poisons the f Starke

r ;r vessels,Captain W. E. Withey, heard Dow Hot Grip*DOT Dtrtart tin StoaudLla SEND FOR blood; dizziness, biliousness and pim-
addition to other properties,Lax-Fos THEM TODAY.
testimony from Captain Paul Koenigof i the
ply, muddy complexions are dis-
contains Cascara in acceptable form, a I Il
Hans
the Deutschland, and engineer mu1a uLuatMudToaie. Lax-Fos' ressing effects. A dose of Dr. Kings Florida

f>, Bleese and chief officer F. W. Kropohl, acts effectively and does not gripe nor ', NSLLDCQ>> New Life Pills will assure you a free Starke, :-: .

on how the submarine ran down the disturb stomach. At the same time,it aids full bowel movement in the morning.At 4 #
tug off Race Rock, just outside of this digestion,arouses the liver and secretions ,
'' port. While the investigation was set and restores the healthy functionsr SOc. 9 JACKSONVILLE. FLA., your druggist, 25c. ((3) .

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+ FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24. ,19 6. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA.

PAGE_ n__ THRE_____ .

II f"-'S'Sa first town in Florida to establish tities in this -I .,
a L section especially in the cused of being the leader of the of
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs.BHOm Motor Camp. Here is not only a delightful Everglades, it is believed that the new which held up the Palm Beach Limited gang which a carefully the order determined haj doubtless area, to
camp in a park of palm trees, industry will gone at
develop into one of the |
. *SMaMBKMInHIBH B 'BKnMBanMHMBHHHMI passenger train at Stuart February, the instant.
same Even
alongside the Gootee river, but therethere greatest in this section. before it began |
1914
and a month later, robbed Bank { the airship hd started
is fire emitting
a place, and comfort station
hwJLLwJ3)StatNes of Stuart in daylight, at the time clouds of steam or in endeavorto
for
gas an
( ) men and women, and
\ a community
building where the motorists ST. AUGUSTINE western col securing about $4,000 in cash. Ashleywas conceal itself, and to this must have '

if 1 can gather at night and recount the onization company, headed by J. M. wounded by one of his comradesand been due the fact that a very small

I I, I joys and pleasures of their day's run, Parkhill of Kansas City Mo., and Pe- was later captured by a posse in number of shell Bursts-considering
play cards, do.their writing and their oria. 111., has just taken over and plan the swamps near Gomez, where he the guns in actioU+were visible.! The ?$
L J knitting, or even dance if they so de ned for platting and draining a large was found in a serious condition after trailing white clout was mottled with
jgl body of land in St. Johns the bank robbery. Other members of
MIAMI-Th construction of eight negro boys are under arrest, charged sire. Good drinking water is also pro county. These the bright flashes itjiye it, however, and
'E'It commercial buildings, two churches with the murder of the aged farmer. vided. In fact it is an ideal camp. lands just west of Espanola, betweenthe gang escaped and the money has from the fact that; these were above,
; Florida been found.
never
;) and forty-five residences was started Mr. Brainard left town Saturday The motorists are welcome for a dayor East Coast Railway and below and at both ends of the fugitive
( Crescent
*tt' in Miami during the month of October. night for his home at Moultrie. His a week or a season. lake. A drainage district of1tOOii gaS bag, there was no doubt that the

}' I These buildings bring the total new cart was found early Sunday morningon acres is planned and engineer TALLAHASSEE.-Contracting to latter was receiving its full share, of
ing work will
I building valuation for the year up to Washington street, but the old man PLANT CITY.-The Plant City this begin this week. Reports furnish 500 gallons of milk a day, dairymen -' the spiteful missiles directed at it. So
on body of land far
show
was missing. A search it to of Leon as I observed, none of the shots
was instituted county have entered into
-
I $1,606,588.J Composite Brick Company has Been I be one of the best bodies of potato and fell far short, or went wide to
Monday afternoon and the gruesome engulfed in the of an agreement with the Purity Ice any
find made.MIAMI.Five. wave prosperitythat general agricultural land in the coon Cream great length, as had those of the early
was and Dairy of
Company
Jacksonville's has struck the nation Jacksonville -
j.1 JACKSONVILLE. and order ty. It is all underlaid with clay from L raids. The problem of ranging and
with the
4" greatest agricultural exposition,.the are now booked ahead for 150 cars of a depth of eighteen inches to two and all understanding that hitting the Zeppelin had undoubtedly t
Duval County Fair, December 5th to cars of grapefruithave Plant City made brick. These orders one-half feet with a dark grey sandy this they may be able to supply above been solved; it was now a question of .

:ti,j 9th inclusive, will cover 1,940,400 been seized on the east coast this will keep the force of twenty-six meat n loam, much of it open prairie land. offered amount the will be taken. The price what effect the hits were going to
Af square feet of space, in a radius of 44 season as immature fruit, according to work to the full capacity of the There is a gradual fall of fifteen feet; by dairy concern is considered have.
ij 1. acres of land. The buildings on the H. H. Elliott, state inspector of this plant for the next four months. Plant west to Crescent lake. good and local dairymen are
will district. Two of the City brick enthusiastic over the prospects<< of increasing I did not time it; but my impressionis
5 .$? grounds when completed, resemble cars were in St. composite are being used in
Lucie two in quantities in their herds. Leon county has that the sudden burst of firing did ;
.l a real state fair.FELLSMERE. county, Dade county and just now buildings being
t. 1, i one in Brevard county. One of the erected at Tampa, Haines City, Lake TALLAHASSEE.Hon.. ErnestAmos long been one of the favored dairy not continue longer than a minute or
i Dade county cars was loaded at Cocoa- land and other South Florida towns, who has been state auditor for farming sections of the state, and two. This fact, and the fact that the
.The charter of incorporation
the Fellsmere- nut Grove and the other at Homestead. and in the development work of the the past thirteen years, and who was thousands of heads of fine dairy cattle airship must have been well within .I
i' for new has There is much more green fruit than R. E. Olds Company near Safety Har ir. the November election elected to the have been sent from this into other range of many guns when the firing .
Producers' Association been received usual on account of the large amountof bor, where a large and modern community office of comptroller, has handed in to counties of the state. However, with ceased, inclines me strongly to believe. k
and the organization which is the great number sold there has that it was not a part of the plan to
June bloom. Practically none of the is being built by the manufac Governor Trammell his resignation as been .!t3
formed along the most approved and kept at home sufficient to the ,bring the raider lown, but merely to
June bloom fruit is ready for ship- turers of Reo cars. state auditor and will shortly retire keep up
efficient co-operative plans for mar- ment. ARCADIA. -The Arcadia bond issue from the office preparatory to assuming supply of milk necessary and to pro- disable it sufficiently to make it the '
keting of their crops purchasing crop vide additional easier victim of .the
of I his duties quantities for such aeroplanes that
$140,000 was sold at a good as state comptroller.Mr. .
material, and promotion of the members' few Amos is purpose as that of the Jacksonville had been mustered! to finish it as soon '
premium days and the now quite busy disposingof
a
interests along all lines will soon LIVE OAK.-J. M. Lovett, of the ago mer concern. as it reached a region where its_ fall J
Democrat force has in his chants anticipate a decided awakeningof some pending audits and as soon as n ----
business.
be ready for possession I would inflict the least damage.
.an heirloom that is a curiosity and business. The bond issue money these are completed he will retire ands
'would represents what the city will pay aits turn over the office to his successor. i BRINGING DOWN A ZEPPELIN. Partly aided by its own swelling
) ,,1 t tt MIAMI.-Edwin Therek, arrested the prove interesting as an exhibitin share of the improvements, and the Gov. Trammell has selected for a successor -' clouds of gas, partly by the lowering '
antique the fair.
department at
I1.here charged with having stolen several owners of all abutting property will to Mr. Amos Hon. R. A. Gray, The airship was flying very high- fringes of the shifting cumuli, the r"
This is
.' worth of -i a razor that was brought over two or three times as high, it seemedto
raider
,;w: thousand dollars securities from pay two-thirds of the cost of the pay formerly assistant state auditor and disappeared from sight four or '
t}; and some cash belonging to the grandfather Ireland and by his is great-great-great than ing. It is believed when the improve at present private secretary to Gov. me, as those of the first raid-when five minutes after the firing ceased, ,
to 4. Calumet Bank of Boston, confessed more two ments to be made are completed this TrammelL He will be commissioned a couple of searchlights waylaid it at but not before I had been able plainly
hundred
-according to local police. When The- is of and horn fifty and years the old. The handle city will be one of the best paved in to succeed'Mr. Amos as state auditor the edge of a cloud, but even at an altitude to discern that there had already been

' f rek was arrested a woman whom he what blade is some- the state. In addition to the paving, for the unexpired term which does not which was hardly less than 12- some reduction i1 its altitude. Twice
says is his wife was detained. Officers The smaller than the modern razor. the water and sewer mains will be ex expire for some two years from this 000 feet it appeared huge, certainly or thrice 'swift shadows cutting the
! who followed Therek down the history of this ancient razor wouldbe tended greatly and a city hall will be time. larger; than any I had ever seen be- shafts of wheeling searchlights had
Florida coast said they had recovered of interest to everybody and we built. The contracts have already fore. My glass was laid ready and I given sure hint of the aerial ambush

' ( about $15,000 in securities from a suit hope that Mr. Lovett will consent to been let for the street work, and it is followed it closely. The ribs were less preparing, and I.was. somewhat surprised -
- ; case Therek'carried. loan it to the ladies for the antique said active work will commence in a WEST PALM BEACH.-John Ashley pronounced than those of other raid that so much as nine or ten
display. few weeks. the famous bandit of Palm Beach ers I had seen, and the nose appearedto minutes elapsed before a quick red-
( county, appeared before the circuit be much larger. The gondolas yellow flash in the sky told that the
PENSACOLA.-More than 10,000 TAMPA.-Five hundred cigannak- court and after being arraigned on of which I am under the impressionthere coup de grace had finally been given.
4 1 pounds of Spanish mackerel were received ers engaged in "cheroots" or short FT. LAUDERDALE.-Alcogas, the charge of robbing the Bank of Stuart, were more than tWQappearedto For six or eight seconds this light
; .1 at the E.,E. Saunders FishCompany's filler jobs, joined the strike of hand liquid that will run automobiles justas entered a plea of guilty and was sentenced be almost entirely enclosed in the spread-evidently inside the outer en-

. headquarters during FrI1 methods cigarmakers here Tuesday. easily as gasoline, but which can to serve seventeen and one-half body of the ship itself. velope-until the whole body of the
day and beach fishermen reported exceedingly An aid committee was organized by be manufactured for five and one-half years. John C. Gramling, state attorney This Zepp, it was very evident did Zeppelin was octlined in smoldering

r ,heavy runs of fish and expert the strikers and is dispatching an appeal cents a gallon was demonstrated to be offered a motion to nolle pro- not want to drop bombs; in fact, it i fire. Then there seemed to be a great
. 1 to even beat that record,now that to cigar workers in Havana, Key |a success, when tests of the liquid sequie the charge of murder against had probably dumped all, or nearly all, explosion-though 1 heard no sound of i

the mackerel runs have started. One West, New York, Chicago and other were made by the inventor Charles Ashley, in which he is accused of kill- of its explosives already, and was trying it-a hot geyser of flame shot skywardand
4 boat after the other hauled up at Pal- cities, asking individual aid in case Abbey Hungary, and Carl G. Weid- ing DeSoto Tiger, a Seminole Indian, to get away. Its speed was great the frame of the airship upended '
1 ;-; .afox: during the day and discharged the international refuses to recognize ling, of this city. who is interested i in five years ago in the Everglades. Thee but its course rather erratic, even be- and began to fell, throwing a light
;. ,, many tubs of mackerel, the fish being the strike and give aid. In the mean- the development of the product. Th court sustained the motion. In his motion fore the firing began. As for its size strong enough to cast shadows in the r*

j '', handled direct from boat to ice box after time Christmas orders are piling up new product was manufactured at a for.nolle pressing the case Prose- the length of my extended binoculars I rosy glow that played over London.- e
weights have been taken. on the files of the local factories, who small plant at Davie where the inventor cutor Gramling said Ashley was con- held at arm's end just about blottedit Lewis R. Freeman in the December

are unable to meet the demand even by has been experimenting for victed in Dade county on same charge, out. It was about as large as a Popular Mechanics Magazine. ";

ST. AUGUSTINE. With his head increasing their mold-working forces. some weeks. He has named his product but the state supreme court reversed ]:;,000 ton steamer would look at two .
"alcogas," because it is alcoholmade the findings of the Dade court, where miles. -- *,.
crushed and life extinct, the body of from green corn stalks, or from the trial had been carried on change The firing,when it began, was as ordered Drives Out Malaria Builds Up System
William Brainard was found by a posse PORT RICHEY.-New Port Richey, sort of and methodical the search- The Old SUndvd fvenl strengthening tank ;
any green vegetable matter. As of venue, and that he did not believe a as ;I
Monday afternoon on the Moultrie located on the Dixie Highway, Old the material for the manufacture of conviction could be had against Ashleyin light work had been. It seemed to I Maleria GROVES,eadchestbeblood.andbDUdaaptheers TASGFSaehnl'rONICdti.ee MtI '

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MARY HAD A REAL THRILL the truth. They say that no serious without having had.;'previous'IttentW r f
r. STORAGE HOUSES has been made to en- looked after *
attempt ever are v bile seri>C a cues ; E
it. Commissioners of health everywhere of which has ,
Old Schooner Sank With Pickford and force notation beery Made ;.,
neglect this plain require- the major at the f.st-aid ci&p _
THE MAN ON THE ROAD Her Movie Company. BLAMEDFORTHEHIGHFOODPRICE ment of their duty. There never has their wounds re-dressed: ; and*fractured, hai '.

been an inspection of the Chicago district bones reset. Whep it is particularly
BOSTON, Mass., Nov. 21.-Old warehouses and some of the poul- urgent, an operation( u formei .

i V. Mack Father Neptune recently performed a try and fish in them have been there While he is here a card bearing a har ".,
By W. little "deep sea stuff" of his own in since the plants were bruit Some o ried diagnosis of hh case is Tinned fa
r the action, off Marblehead, of a film the abuses are most brazen and amaz- each soldier. The color of :thin tim
I J drama in which Mary Pickford and her ing. For such acts against public interest indicates in what manner the patient

..... J company of movie actors were engaged. HOLDING FOODSTUFFS FOR Germany would send men to should, be transported, whether sitting;
!I As all probably know, it is the er of Mr. Calvin Manning, the well Mary and several of her troupe prison for life." or reclining, and how many mflej at a
F.P- custom you of this paper to send out a known merchant of Starke. Here ]I were-in danger of a real drowning be- SPECULATION IS CHARGED. time. If he is not wounded, but sick,
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fore rescued.An ..
they the color
were discloses the
fact
with the
time of the renewed acquaintance WRECKS
:! member of the force at this my SALVAGING OF HUMAN
and vis- folks around-Abe Starling, John old fishing schooner, the Eddie At this post everything is
to travel over the county made
a year PRICES WOULD DROP FIFTY PERCENT FROM WAR'S SCRAP HEAP.
I : Miner, was being used to stage some
;" it the people. Our readers were noti- Groves, Uncle Jerry and many others. ready for conveying the Bounded to
fied in last week's issue of my coming Manning also boasts a turpentine still of the scenes of the film in which Miss IF CHICAGO STORAGE the clearing hospital situated from 8

and duties required of me. Well, I and two commissaries, store, grist mill! Pickford is the heroine. In her role ALONE RELEASED FOOD. When a soldier is wounded, unlesshe to 12 miles back of the thene has. This
of the of Scotch fish-
started on the 13th. It may have been and repair shop. daughter an old is rendered unconscious or entirely is made by different mode of trans-
an unlucky day for some but not for Back through the woods again to erman Mary went aboard to go helpless, he makes use of his first- portatidn. Motor ambulances are generally
i j me. I am not superstitious. The day Raiford. Now there is a town I like. through the scene of running away on CHICAGO, Nov. 22.-While the pea aid outfit. If he is unable to act for the only employei, but occasionally

:'f' was ideal and Max, Major Matthews' The town is energetic, prosperous and i the about schooner 400 to off be Marblehead married. When neck ple pay famine prices for food, fruit himself a comrade usually comes to. there are light,1 temporary
j horse, proved a valuable assIstant. He up-to-date. It is in the course of yards rots ungathered on farms and the his assistance. The wound is sterliz- railways on which smalls} stretchercars
| had made the trip before and evidently building and it is only a matter of a the two towing tugs cast the Eddie walls of cold storage warehouses fair- ed with iodine and bandaged. In case drawn by a donkey engine, are
;' and most ofi of adrift and got out of the picture. ly bulge with stored supplies, declares he to fall operated. The hospital is located ,
knows all our subscribers few years till it will be a town some -during an attack, happens adjacent 'fi';
Then Tournear noticed that
i I J"* them know him. There is nothing like size. The leading merchant here is Director Mrs. H. H. Harrison, organizer of the on "No Man's Land" that bullet to a standard railway line and f '..
the schooner was leaking badly. When! '
1 Chicago Housewives' League. Her lines- as its name suggests, is a :sorting sta1 1
I good horse sense. A. D. Andrews. Mr. Andrews, whilea I swept area between the firing ,
the boat lurch and settled bit
!a Our first stop was Mr. J. M. Brown- small man in stature" is a big man gave a a statement was issued after she had received he must either crawl back to the first tion. Expert medical senri e U almost :
in the water he became alarmed. He
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lee's. He was absent, but I had the otherwise. Universally respected and reports from cold storage engi- line trench or make the best of his always maintained so that emergency \.
i .b his mother ty- 1 1 started aft to rescue Mary, but the neers of the amount of foodstuffs heldin reached regimental cases that have n->t been Attended t
: pleasure of meeting a known better all over Bradford and bow went down rapidly and the cold situation until by to'
: pical Southern lady just the kind the may say the state, as Dennis Andrews.He plants for speculative purposes."If stretcher bearers during a lull in the previously can be handled without for- I
r-. waters swirled around his boots.
would dePict sea the surplus of food held in refrigeration after darkness has ther delay. Those who ark ia dan-
| author of a Southern story was elected recently state senator. Finally Tournear, Mary and other fighting, or come. a
1 kindly, dignified, of a sunny optimistic His store is a large one. The office members of the had to in Chicago were released First-aid or dressing stations are gerous conditions or have suffered seriously -
I' temperament. In the course where Mr. Andrews conducts his busi- company jump today, prices would drop 50 per cent. maintained along the third line trenches as a res-jit of the journey from
I made a remark ,There hurriedly to the foremast and cling The cold storage of foodstuffs which the midst of fightingthe the trenches, are held until they
I t of our conversation ness is in the rear. are no signs there until other heroes saved them. but in severe are
I' about the pleasant surrounding, the such as one commonly sees as "Pri promised at first to prove such a boonto danger is often too great for one sufficiently improved to continue the,- .
prosperous appearance of the place vate" or "No Admittance" on the COLD STORAGE MEAT mankind has been perverted into of these to be reached. In such casesa trip. Soldiers w? o are not badly hurt
with its screened and painted build- door. Mr. Andrews' office has no doors. FOR HOME one of the most evil agents of exploi- wounded man either walks or is car- remain only lung enough, to recover I

.' ings, and surmised that the fertile While he is an extremely busy man SUPPLY COSTS $75. tation. ried by Red Cross members of his reg- from fatigue anc board trains depart
Bradford land had much to do with !t. he found a few moments to talk. "I Facing Europe's Condition iment to "refuges" or dugouts in the ing for the dlstxibuting: station. In

;: i! "It has perhaps, now," she said, have ginned 800 bales of cotton and Everybody knows how hard it is to I "Unless the government takes over second line. Usually an assistant sur- fact, the latter :s a general destination
i! + "but you know when we came from sold 100 in' the seed, and the gin is cure meats in the South. A. P. Spencer at once active and absolute control of geon and a couple of stretcher bearersare I I that is reached just as quickly
Mississippi-that is where we came still running full capacity. Sold $2,500 district agent for the Universityof all cold storage," says Mrs. Harrison, at these points, so that at times a as conditions will permit, and is the ;f
rr '; from-it seemed that we had the poorest worth of horses and mules in two days. Florida Extension Division, calls "this nation may expect to be reducedto man may be attended there or even at dividing line between the army zone i*
r spot around here. It was most Yes I am pretty busy" he said as attention to specifications for a cold the condition of the starving nationsof the spot where he has fallen. Eventu- ane the rear. '
i f discouraging and I often told* my hus- with a genial wave of his hand and storage house that will eliminate the Europe, with prices so high that ally he reaches the first-aid post guided As a train pal!!? in with several hun-
I I I band he was living then that what "see you later," he disappeared to attend weather requirements for curing meat. none but the rich may eat meat any, by arrows set in the trench walls dred wounded men, the ml diagnosisand
''S J we planted grew down into the ground to some customers. The specifications are sent out by the more than once or twice a week. Of if he walks the distance. Such a sta- disposition of patients is accomplished
; instead of coming up. We kept building Across the street is Mr. P. S. Den- States Relations Service, Washington.The the total supply of the country which tion is commonly an excavation, shel- by thoe in chargti of the hos-
i ) r : up the soil, however and it is very mark, another live merchant, whomI house costs only $75. The feed runs into nearly 200,000,000 pounds of tered from rifle and light artillery fire pitals of the distributin station. At
,f\ good." I wish some of our readers was indeed pleased to meet. You required to hold fat hogs over several food of all kinds, at least 20,000,000 in charge of a major of the medical short distance sie special institutionsfor
: could listen to her relate her experience are fortunate to get any time from a weeks while you wait for cool weather pounds is in storage at Chicago. corps. The first separation of patientsoccurs the care of different types of cas
i : and note her expression, enthusi- Raiford merchant they are kept so would cost as much as the house. The "This is not the abuse of a day" here. The wounds of a soldier es. Soldiers afflicted with i contagious
astic and bright, like a young girl as busy, and Mr. Denmark is no excep- plan mentioned is one that has been Mrs. Harrison adds, "but has grownin are dressed, and, if they are very diseases are i i/nn-ediately{conveyed to
.. she continued, "We have just installed tion. His place is always crowded. used successfully by J. E. McIntosh, proportion ever since the first refrigeration slight the man is sent back to.his isolation hospitals and nab allowed to
an electric lighting system. What do Across the railroad past the depot Lauraville, Fla., for 15 years. plant was built. It has be- unit. Those who require further at- get farther to the rear..). Men with
I you think of it?" I think it is splen- there is Whitten's also Mr. Dowling, Size of cold storage 8 by 10 feet; come an established rule with food tention, but can walk, are directed wounds affect: the eye ears, nose
did. Don't you? better known as "Tuck," returned for corner studding 4 by 4 inches by 8 speculators that no fresh, perishablefoods ahead to the first-line ambulance, while or throat, rec iv<} the attention of experts -
t. A spirit like that is contagious and county commissioner.Mr. feet; intermediate studding 2 by 4 shall be allowed to reach the others who are helpless are taken in >
fi! ;. illuminating, for we found her neighbor R. H. Weaver's drug store faces inches by 8 feet. market until the cold storage supplies charge by the division stretcher bear- But at thete hospitals\| within the
i another prosperous farmer con- the depot. It contains a cold drink Joists nailed on side of studding (at have been drawn upon. Then the usual army zone, p.iti.'nts can remain only
'! sidering the electric light proposition. fountain and all the drugs known to top) so that when ceilings and weather course is for the oldest and most ers.Most often the "first ambulance" is briefly. As quickly as thy have been
I : '. Now this man is a Floridian. I take the apothecary. Likewise a goodly boardings are nailed on, will leavea unfit embalmed foods to be dumpedonto situated in a village or on a farm at properly treateai and cat' safely be
rr ; this opportunity to state that the na assortment of candy and other thingsto continuous air space all around. Ceil- the market and the fresh stuffto the rear, often out of range of the moved, they are :tarried o the rear. /.' \
I I tive-born and particularly of this induce you to call again for an an- ing one inch thick is nailed on horizontally be put in its place in storage. enemy's guns. The journey to it, how The exceptions to this Mile are the !
I I county, are progressive, intelligent, tidote. Do not fail to visit Mr. Weaver then on this a layer of insu- Chickens Stored for Years .ever, is not always easy for the inter- soldiers with fever or other contagious \ -'
industrious and above the average of when in town; he is wide awake, lating paper and on this another like "The law requiring that no food be ;. vening zone is under fire. The first maladies and those who dill be readyto 1
i I many different parts of the world, andI entertaining and as the country folk ceiling perpendicularly. On other or stored more than ten months beforeit ambulance is more than the name in-
the
return to trenches week
I have traveled considerably. Cau- would say, clever. outer side of studding a like wall is is sent to the market is i ignored, according dicates. Ot it a competent surgical within a
: tious to a degree, apparently slow The other drug store is called the put on. A beveled door is used, made to many honest cold storage staff, supervised by a chief surgeon, or less.-By Serrle_ Hendfee in the De-
talk to him as I have and you will find Raiford Pharmacy, so you see Raifordis with like walls and edges lined with engineers who are not afraid to tell is maintained. Men who arrive there cember Popular Mechanics Magazine.
I him pretty well informed and always able to support two. felt of convenient size. Two layers of
; on the alert for something new or ben- It has a fine bank presided over by floor with felt between, the floor slant-
eficial. He is a member in good standing Mr. Byrd; not to mention churchesand ing backward and to center, with gut-
:I of his church and a subscriber to quite a number of automobiles. ter to drain room to back end into a
the county paper. Travelers can secure accommodations U pipe through the wall.
I, .. Driving along the road towards Rai- I.at Mrs. Cason's at reasonable rates. The walls on both sides, ends and !

I ._ ford the nearest town one passes field In fact, taking it all in all, Raiford is overhead, inside and out, are the same: ANOTHER CARLOAD i COMINGFroM
after field of cotton stalks stripped of some town. two wooden walls with paper between.

the valuable lint brown and dead, giv- The newspaper, The Raiford Tribune, Leave the air space between the walls
ing an autumnal appearance to the is edited by' the capable and friendy open. Dead air space between the I :1
landscape. Here and there vivid green Mr. Lewis, known by all the Fourth walls is a better insulation than saw- i\ "
\ patches of sugar cane being topped Estate who is untiring in his efforts dust, shavings or other material. See f
i t/ and carried to the mill. The usualp for the welfare of the town. The Ho- that the doors fit closely.A the Great St. Louis Market )
greeting was "Come on in and drink tel Tavoli is another attraction andI rack is placed as near the top as
'** some juice." A drink of cane juice am assured by those who have so- possible to admit 200 pound blocks of ,
'1 ." beats any manufactured beverage, especially journed there that the service is equalto ice. The house requires about 800 r-
on a cool morning when it that of much larger cities. It is pounds of ice a week. It will hold about U I.
i tastes like nectar or old wine. If you managed by Mrs. S. W. Smith.In 5,000 pounds of meat placed in the i
I ;,. cannot find anyone at home these days matters pertaining to educationthe racks on the sides. The cost of operating -
'. walk down to the cane patch and you town is not behind the larger ones. equals the cost of ice and the II I

will find them, where you hear tV It has a High School, conducted by wages of one man. I :
cane rustle busy topping strippingand Professor Knight with an able bodyof The meat should be cut (without un- J '
and cutting. That is where I found five assistants, and somewhere in jointing hams and shoulders) as soon "
; Mr. Norman, right in the center of his the neighborhood of 200 students. The. as possible after killing salted thor- .
cane patch. At W. E. Yarborough's Rev. Mr. Overstreet supervises the oughly and bulked together, skin side I a
;j. they were making syrup. This place spiritual affairs of the Baptists, and down, in piles. Spread at night salt \
and all around it was noticeably clean. two other places of worship are dedi- again next morning and place in cold ,
: Further long Martin Rosier's place' cated in the name of the Methodistand storage. Put not over 200 to 300
t. came in sight a well fenced farm of' Christian churches. Mr. Colemanis pounds in each rack to itself. Cross
1 120 or 140 acres I forgot which. On pastor of the last named. I couldgo the pieces leaving ventilating spaces. .
..t. the left going to the house, was a field on writing for a week about Rai- Temperatures should be kept 40 to .
I 10 of strawberries in splendid condition, ford and its people but time is lim- 48 degrees. All meats weighing less t
I ; not a weed, and scarcely a plant missy ited. than 15 pounds to the piece will cure a
I 'i ing. It was the best patch 1 have seen Leaving Raiford, which I always in 30 days. Pieces weighing from 15 Io
i f' this year and I know something about (hate to do, we made for Tison's, a lit- to 25 pounds will take 45 days and 40
berries having raised them. Reaching tle out or town. It was growing dark pounds will take 60 days.If .
s -" the lane we met Mr. Rosier, whom I and we were invited to put up and stay temperature is above 50 degreesthe
had not seen for were It was dinner for the night. To this invitation is invariably ice should be put in storage fouror ii ,.
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time and we obliged to join added, "If you can stand our five days before the meat is put in,
him and talk over old times. He had fare; we are only poor folks." The to bring it down to 45 degrees. If
35 acres in cotton this year and sold people do not realize how well off theyare. temperature is 40 degrees or less the
r 35,000 pounds. The old log house and I differ from them when they ice and meat can be put in together.The ,
outbuildings I remember seeing 10 make this statement, but their hospi- temperature of the meat when a9 \
years ago; one or two still stand, but tality is unquestioned. They are gen- put in governs to a great extent the t
.r their place is being taken by new, erous to a fault. The evening meal amount of ice required. One important :I
white painted buildings, ornamentedwith was all that could be desired plain feature is to have a ventilated
.numerous lightning rods. Mar- and substantial, wholesome and fit for door to give the meat fresh air when ,
tin is also another of our Bradford',: the man who works in the open. No the outside temperature is 40 degreesor I .
farmers who is considering the elec indigestible nick nacks, but good home lower. :.
tric light system. I fy I FY $
cocking. After eating all repaired to
t ."0 Elarbee is beyond Mr. Rosier's and the front porch, called]] in the country, Drum. on Horseback. !
f, we concluded to visit it and Sapp be- the front shed. The earliest date at which drums ti J :':
.. fore entering Raiford. Elarbee is but The ruddy glare of the open fire lit were carried on horseback in England II i
} a small station now, but apparently' up the shed, for the night was inky appear to be 1542, when Henry Vin.
1 tf was a place of importance when the dark. Everything was still till "Ma tent to Vienna for kettle drums that
I saw mill and turpentine still were located ',' Tison" ordered her large family to en- could be played on horseback "after
.; there, for a sign above a wood tertain her visitor. Then I listened toa the Hungarian manner." Mounted Both members of our firm have been in the great St
I en edifice informed us that it was the concert with keen delight. The air banda were In vogue In the last decade -
J.... postoffice. It- looks deserted roundabout vibrated with the voices of the singers, of the eighteenth century, the two Louis stock market this week selecting a carload of HORSES '.'
but it will not be so long. The from Pa Tison's
I deep basso profundoto regiments of life guards having them
I land is good and already there are people the sweet flute like treble of the in 1115- and MULES for sale to the people of Bradford and surrounding -
farming. Mr. J. Futch and Mr. 0. .
littlest
one, sounding like a great resonant .
Green, the latter having made a fine violin played by a master hand. Changing Seasons Bring Colds. counties. The stock is strictly first-class and especially

crop of cotton. Around Sapp things After this came a duet by the two head
Stuffed-up clogged-up nose,
4 are different. I could give quite a list smallest]] members a pair of tiny, sun- chest adapted to farm purposes. /
tight sore throat are sure signsof
of farmers here, but space will not burnt cherubs, one of whom sat upon
permit. There are two turpentine the knee of the "man on the road." cold and Dr. King's New Discoveryis
stills here. At one I met Mr. Harrell, Without embarrassment and excellently sure relief. A dose of this combination The shipment will reach our barns in Starke not later than

of Harrell's still an old subscriber, rendered they sang "The Old Ship of of antiseptic balsams soothesthe
and relieved him of part of the large Zion; and I retired to rest with the irritated membrane, clears the MONDAY NOVEMBER 27th. [
,';' roll he carried.I strains still ringing in my ears. head, loosens the phlegm, you breathe

next made my way to Sapp station easier and realize your cold is bro- Come and look them over. Prices will be right _
\ where there is a post office, two or ken up. Treat a cold persistently; :
j three stores and a settlement This Opinion React. ;
half-way measures are not completeand
place is called after Mr. John Sapp A man cannot speak but he judges
y.. the post master, one of the leadingmen and reveal himull-With his will or leave a lingering cough. Take J. W. ANDREWS & SON
New
of the place, highly respected and against his will. he drawl his portraitto Dr. King's Discovery until your .
,; a friend of mine and of the paper. The the eye of othere by every word. cough is gone. For 47 years the favorite STARKE FLORIDA .
s station just on the county line is called,, Every opinion reacts ea bun who utters remedy for young and old. At ,

., Manning, after John Manning. broth-!: it-Ei "rsoa. your druggist 50c. (3)
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. : SERBIANS WILL AGAIN ESTABLISHTBECAPITEONfflEIROWNSOlL MEXICANS THROW MEETING OF CITY COUNCILThe PERUNA in Your HomeA i H3

city council met in regular ses-

-< '; % sion with all members present. housewife must give the first aid in colds, coughs and tf

WOMENINTOFIRE Minutes of last meetings were read other ailments. Her promptness in applying the remedy often

I and approved.Tax saves a serious illness. Her experience with remedies: has led h -

Collector R. A. Weeks presented her to know that PERUNA is always reliable, that she should fV

Has Been Evacuated his books of 1916 assessment. Said have it on hand for the immediate treatment of coughs and
Monastir Mexican Women Who Married books were examined and received.
GREEN COVE NEGROES colds, and that it is always to
The clerk was instructed to issue
and Will Be i
By Germans Chinese Burned to Death warrant to Mr. Weeks for four-fifths Mrs.George herThe

of his commission for 1916. 418 Water Si.. Family
Headquarters. : ;
come With Their Children. aha, Wifc*
DESERTED The ordinance laid to
cow was over MWebaveU8edh- ,.
the next regular meeting.The ronaia our family
for Dumber of
Safeguard
TEUTONIC ALLIES CONTINUE EL PASO, Texas, Nov. 19.-An un- following bills were ordered Citaperfect1

JACKSONVILLE identified American was killed when a paid: n: y-. reliable medicine., ,
GAINS IN TRANSYLVANIA Villa band took Jiminez and four General FundE. rT, -. I It aoen rids the system The experience of one

Americans were seen under a guardof S. Matthews mem coun ____ 7.00J. "iV. of cold of any, and Ota prowoman* given herewith, is

GERMANS MAKE PRISONERS OF bandits at Parral during Villa's occupation W. Andrews do ___________ 8.00S. vents aerioos CODtypical of thousands of I let

MEN IN EIGH- LED TO BELIEVE THEY WERE of that town, according to A. Bryan do ______________ 7.00D. t# "I 'utef it ters that reach the Peruna '
NEARLY 20,000 reports believed by Federal agents to C. Jones do ______________ 8.00J. fo which Company from

TEEN DAYS AND SECURE NUM. GOING NORTH FOR WORK be authentic, brought to the border by W. White do ______________ 8.00A. good I suffered many with yean a, friends who have found grateful their ,

GUNS-BAD WEATHER refugees. S. Crews treas salary ______ 7.50 bat hAd not bleD very serious until recently.&oce .
BEE OF I have taken Pena the dropping in homes incomrxete '1
SUPPOSED Refugees also state that the district Silas Kite salary and fees ____ 52.00 r throat has discontinued, and my head and note my V rr
LABOR and theirsafety
STOPS WESTERN FIGHTING. RECRUITERS between Parral and Jiminez has been Ed Burned do ______________ 54.00 -are not 10 stopped up m the moronf. I am ,
Ceased with the results, and shall continue to f j"jl l
in "
FLIM FLAM 150 NEGROES TO cleared by Villa's followers of more Joe Hill Williams mayors fees 9.00C. 'me it until I am entirely of catarrh. .. : f n
m
than 200 Chinese. The American kill- A. Futch clerks fees ______ 45.65 >'l heartily recommend it as an nonestfcnedidne." M er Without j
EXTENT
20.-After OF $3.00 EACH. What
: >.. LONDON, Nov. having it does for her ft is ready to do lot rou.
for months men without a country ed at Jiminez was described as about W. T. Weeks recording ______ 3.50J. fERC1iA.:

: been the Serbians are again to estab- sixty years old and known to be from L. Peek typewriting _______ 5.50D. Colds and CatarrhThe r
I; native soil. Mon- JACKSONVILLE, Nov. 21.-About Torreon on his way to Chihuahua City. E. Knight retainer fee ____ 50.00 '
7.JBah their capital on Serbia for which the 150 negroes are hopelessly stranded He was murdered, said the refugees, Starke Tel. Co. phone rent ___ 1.50 great weight of testimony that has accumulated -
,
astir, in southern have been struggling here at the present time as a result of in the Jiminez hotel and his body lay. Bradford Co Telegraph printng 36.75R. in the 44 years that PERUNA has been on the 4 t

entente forces from their base at being deceived by labor rcruiters who for some time in front of the building, I A. Weeks' com in 1915 taxes 33.16 market proves it,beyond question to be the reliable family remedy h-

since the advance been evacuated fooled them into believing that they when, after being robbed of clothingand R. A. Weeks do 1916 ________ 132.70 ever ready to take preventing the serious effects of Thisproof j:
has and
Saloniki began, by coughs grip derangements of the digestive organs.
were to procure work in the North, valuables, it was placed on a bon- I
forces is published from time
and Bulgarian and to time and families Lave
occupied the German by the French and a consid- and, after robbing them, left them fire.The Total _____________________ 469.26 profited by it many ra

number of Serbs. The French helpless in this city. The police are same refugees who claim to be Road and Bridge FundJ. IoM>k roe en.. erable the now investigating thef raud. witnesses of the outrages also say that S. Mercer street work ______ 23.25 wits ri uU k rbM mart isUte cb. r- ij
crestof
having captured
and Serbians the The negroes came here from Green two Mexican women who had married Lee McKinney do ____________ 5.00 The Peruna Company, Columbus, Ohio
hills partly surrounding
the the Germans found their I Cove Springs, where several days ago Chinese and their five half-caste chil- Bailey Corncie do ____________ 5.00

valley town, withdrew supposed labor recruiters, both white dren were found and thrown alive into Geo. Carlos do ______________ .50 __ t r
untenable and according -
position and colored, began their task of flimflamming the fire and cremated in sight of the J. W. Andrews & Son hauling 9.00J.
to Berlin, to a new position to =
the laborers in mills and crowd. The bodies of seven murdered W. White & Son shovel hoe \

the north of Monastir. Unofficial reports similar places. Chinese, according to the same author- I etc --_____________________ 3.25 r 1Cfr
from Saloniki that a temporary I
V si say These supposed recruiters went ity, were seen in the streets of the W. F. Jlott scav work ________ 80.00 B. Z. MATTHEWSArtesian ;
(I i* capital of Serbia will be immediately -
; 5 established at Monastir. among the negroes in Green Cove 1 town. Bond FundJ. t

With the reoccupation of Monastir the Springs who were already employedand Two Mexicans who escaped from B. McCreary Co., 85 per cent Well Driller

earning fair wages and told them arral affirm that they saw four Amer- com work ----____________1682.55A.
line from the entente allied
'f- railway that negro men were wanted in the icans there under a Villa guard. They F. Harley 3 per cent 168 .55 50.48
base at Saloniki now is in entente '
I base hands. North at wages of from $5 to $7 per said these men had lived in the town, The council adjourned to November I have had twenty-four years experience in -

Continue to Gain day for ordinary unskilled work. adding that they heard the Americansat 8th, 1916.

To the east and southeast of Monastir The supposed recruiters told the Alvaro mines got away. Another C. A. FUTCH, Well drilling in Florida. a
men that a special train was waiting report brought to the border was that Town Clerk.
French and Serbian I
the troops con- I
fo rthem in Jacksonville and that they the bodies of thirty-five Gypsies were '
tinue to make gains in the Cerna river / guarantee to satisfactorily complete all IM
region agains the Teutonic allies, having would be carried to the North at once. seen on the roadside near Parral, mur- The city council met in adjourned
However, the recruiters dered and robbed by Villa bandits. -
supposed
captured several towns in this reg- session Nov. 8, with the following .CONTRACTS
stated that the laborers would have to All foreigners that Villa has caught members present: E. S. Matthews, S.
ion. pay $3 in advance for railroad fare except the Japanese! and Germans have A. D. C. Jones Raiford Florida
0. the Transylvania front the Aus- Bryan J. W. White. :-: *
tro-German armies at almost all points and that no other expense would be been put to death, the reports agree, Tax Collector Silas Kite was allowed .
attached to the journey. I and even the Germans are said to have credit for insolvent list
continue to make against the $35.80 on -
progress Immediately, believing the truth of suffered at least in the instance of The- for 1916.
Russian and Roumanian forces or to
the statements, 150 members of the odore Moemuller, of Parral. Various The collector collectionsfor I
hold them back without gains when reported ._ j
attack. The latest reports from negro race paid each $3 to the sup- reports of Moemuller's death have October:

they Berlin the Teutonic allies have posed recruiters. These men had also been received here during the past Tax redemptions ____________ 5.01 r

forced the say narrow mountain told the negroes that the white peoplewere week. Licenses ____________________ 317.50 SMOKE

to the Wallachian plain passes of preparing to drive them from the The Chinese are called the heaviest Fines ______ _______________ 21.50
pleading Roomania and on the Danube front South and that the North wanted them sufferers. The fact that none are to be Taxes __ ___________________ 881.10 - -
for citizens, which statement is alto- seen in the district in which they for- I.. ,
' ;near the junction of Hungary, Serbia j
1 and Roumania, have reached the Orso- gether untrue. merly did a large mercantile businessis Total _____________________1235.11The ALL PURE HAVANA .
Craiova railroad. Bucharest reports All of the negroes came to Jacksonville taken by the refugees as proof that treasurer's report was ordered
Vft Roumanian advance in the thinking they would find a spe- all, numbering over 200, met the fate filed as follows:
a cial train waiting for them here. How- of the Chinese caught at Parral and General Fund
.
of Dragoslavele.From
region November 1 to November 18 ever, after they got here the supposed Jiminez. Oct. 1, to amt on hand ________ 533.49Oct. The popular cigar of the South. Made by the

the Austro-Germans are said to have labor agents deserted them and 31, amt recd S Kite fines. 21.50

made prisoners of 189 officers and 19- made their escape with all of the mon- Oct. 31, do licenses __________ 317.50 STARKE CIGAR COMPANYGeo. w

338 men and to have captured twentysix ey which the negroes had given themin Oct. 31, do taxes ____________ 220.28

machine good faith. Many of them made appeals I I Tax redemptions ____________ 5.01 L Starke Fla.
end guns seventeen, seventy-two automobile cars. guns, yesterday to white people in fft Massey, Prop. ,

Brisk Fighting Reported Green Cove Springs to send them suf- 1097.78 .J

Lively infantry and artillery actionsare ficient money to return there and again Oct. 31, by amt paid out ______ 275.50 f

in the resume their work. Oct. 31, to amt on hand ______ 822.28 -- -
taking place Dobrudja region -
.. Police Chief F. C. Roach is makinga Road and Bridge Fund
Silistria the eastern
near on
, bank of the Danube about miles thorough investigation of the case Oct 1, to amt on hand ________ 656.57Oct. ef
;_ forty and it is hoped that the crooks may be 31, red Silas Kite taxes 132.16
southwest of the Tchernavoda-Con-
FLOWERS FOR All OCCASIONS
. stanza railway.Bad captured and made to pay the penaltyfor

weather is the their unlawful act. Chief Roach Oct. 31, total _______________ 788.73
hampering oper- said last night that fake "labor recruiters Interest Fund s.
ations the western front in France
but the on British nevertheless have tak- had been fooling the negroes Oct. 1, to amt on hand ________2542.16 MILLS THE FLORIST INC..:

en additional German officers for the past several months and thatit Oct. 31, recd Silas Kite taxes.. 352.44 4
twenty
was time that such frauds be stop-
and 752 men prisoners in the Ancre JACKSONVILLE, FLA. '
ped. Oct. 31, total ________________2894.60
sector, making their total of prisonerssince
the 13th of November, 6,962. Ber- Sinking Fund WE WANT AN AGENT IN YOUR TOWN Q* '
lin that TIlE FAMILY OF GOVERNOR- rya Oct. 1, to amt on hand ______1675.13 13I
says in Saturday's fighting,
ELECT CATTS. Oct. 31, recd Silas Kite taxes. 132.16
which was over a front of seven anda **
half miles, the British met with a -- -- ---- fitte*\
the to Oct. 31, total ________________1807.29 .
sanguinary reverse except for insigni- Speaking of new family occupy -
ficant gains southwest of Serre and the governor's mansion at Tal- Waterworks Fund r r I I r.
four the Oct. 1, to amt on hand _______ 835.94Oct.
near Grandcourt. A French attack lahassee for the next years, = -0
31 recd Silas Kite
taxes 44.06
south of Sailly-Saillusel met with a Jacksonville Metropolis says: l
similar repulse. "Mrs. Catts is a highly educated and For Clear-headed (ci
Oct. ________________ '
Austrians in the She is held in 31, total 880.00Bond '!
In attacks by the lovable woman. greatest -
Business
Men
Adige valley andjjpper Butt region, in esteem in her home town of De- Fund rLL
Oct. hand ______32353.41Oct
and herself to 1, to amt on
the latter of which the Austrians Funiak. She has endeared
The best for. _____
31 2077.76
argument amt out
know by paid
Italians fought hand to hand, the the hearts of all the people who

Italians were victorious, according to wearing
her."There children-three Oct. 31, total ____________30,275.65The .
the Rome war office. are six sons
and three daughters-in the family of following bills were paid: ; '

CARD OF THANKS. the chief executive. The eldest daughter Styleplus General Fund r
: Silas Kite licenses and
There com on
Paderick.
is Mrs. K. R. are
1 Miss Ruth taxes for 1915 ____________ 119.80F.
:. Please give us 'space in the Telegraph two younger daughters, Clothes B. Jackson witness fee ____ .50

jf to publicly thank all of our Catts whom and is Miss thirteen Alice Mae of, the latterof The 'nr Mm(no .... KMIM wa.' D. E. Knight fee case Buck Kite 15.00W. 0 0 yr

.; neighbors and friends for their great years Catts age. of L. Wall fire chief _________ 6.00E. a ,
kindness to us. We are in deepest affliction three sons are Douglass Jr., is the clothes themselves. B. Shipman fireman ______ 2.00 oirStoves
Birmingham, Ala. S. J. Catts, of
." and every one of our neighbors Wildwood, Ga., and; the youngest, Ros- Duplicate their style, ma- Will Moitt do ________________ 3.00 <

have done all they could for us, and ier Catts, of DeFuniak Springs. terial and tailoring and you Gus Beasley do ______________ 3.00 .

they are still giving us every assis- will have to pay more for Cliff Chancey do _____________ 3.00 j*.
t' tance. Miss Mamie Sutherland is caring ACHES Allen Canova _______________ 3.00 6'
PAIXS AND suit.
for the family while Mrs. Black is MYSTERIOUS your Buddy George do ____________ 3.00 No matter how efficient the

so badly burned, Mrs. W. L. Johns, The newest fabrics and Drew Alvarez do _______ _____ 3.00

Mrs. John Browning and others have Make Life Hard to Bear For Many models are ready for in Will Baisden do _____________ 3.00 cook be her r
'
.., our grateful thanks. Starke Women you Harold Wall do _____________ 3.00 may efforts arc use-

1.The.. light of our home is gone when Styleplus Clothes. Chas. Beasley do _____________ 1.00

orr baby was burned and lived only Too and many aches women for troubles mistake peculiarto their The price remains at $17. Markley Johns do ____________ 1.00 less if she works, with a poor '

i twenty-three hours. We think that it pains Satisfaction Frank Lane do ______--______ 1.00
the sex. More often disordered is guaranteed
'it loved life more than any baby we ever V

'.4 knew. The clouds are dark, but be- kidneys are causing the aching back, Total _____________________ 170.30 stove. dOne
hind them we see God's smiling face. dizzy spells, headaches and irregular J. M. ALVAREZSTARAE The council adjourned to meet on .
becomes
Our hope is in Christ Jesus, our Lord. urination. Kidney weakness November 13,
,Some Willow dangerous if neglected. Use a time- 1916.C. of our c Qk'ov4s or
sweet day we shall see our A. FUTCH, l
tried kidney remedy-Doan's Kidney FLORIDA.
-
George. Town Clerk. fif
MR. and MRS. D. W. BLACK. Pills. Hosts of people testify to their in home will insure '.
merit. Read a Starke case: ranges your .

Mrs. M. V. Hazel, Broadway, Starke
STATEMENT WIGGLE
C.IUSESEXCITEMENT.DETROIT .OF LIEUT. says: "I have used Doan's Kidney EDGAR JS EYES NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. well cooked meals and bp the I
occasions for backache
Pills different
on Ophc an Tested Inasmuch as the law does not require ,
and other symptons of kidney
JACKSONVILLE FLA me to travel over the county for pride of a good housekeeper.
Mich., Nov. 22.-Lieut. complaint and they have given me
the of collecting taxes, I will
.Cl E. S. Wiggle, who has just re- great relief." (Statement given Mar. Broken Ltr\se DuplicatedSame I. purpose
.
turned from the war and opened a recruiting 10, 1911.) Day as RtcicvedWt not make the usual trips as heretofore.I t
station at Windsor, is respon- Results That Remain. Sptculizc on l foil;i Orders-We Rw Pjihfi have prepared a notice which will You look at them-befotie you
[9 140 W. fOR3YTM It
who not e
be sent to all tax are
aible payers
for the statement that if the alllet Over three years later, Mrs. Hazel

"ve are to win this war, they must said: "I have the same high praisefor in make easy the reach paying of this of office taxes, which easier will for buy, and back of them ijfr our t.
: a reserve force of 100,000 men Doan's Kidney Pills now as I did
N
NL1 0
hard-
and will also
-front the people fake a
Canada and the reserves from all when I them my endorsement .
':other British colonies and the allies of sometime give ago. They have ginn'me COMER L. PEEK ship off the tax collector. I also think guaranty of quality.D. I
.. ':' the British. He adds that Germany lasting results." that if I Stay in the office the county

has a good chance to win, because she Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't Florida Real Estate, Land and money will in no wise be subject to

baa the reserves. His statement hascleated simply ask for a kidney remedy-get risk as it would be in traveling over C. Jones
Timber the county. HardwareStarke
no little excitement along the Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that Expert ,
1
It- border. .' Respectfully yours,
\ Mrs. Hazel has twice publicly recom- S3 years Experience at Stark.. B. M. BOWLING,
mended. Foster Milburn Co., Props., Florida i'It j
Iea4 Tax Collector. {
the
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r PAGE SIX E2ADFOSD Jon TELEGRAPH STARXE FLORIDA FRIDAY, .NOVEMBER U, Im..


MUCH NEEDED: IxnrJn;}{ ,.5.-I BIG GROCERY: SALE PBESBYTERLl-V BAZAAR. 'fiu>_ JOHN -ter.

III Bradford Gwaty Telegraph \CA


-- ---.--- -- .-- -- -- _-. -' Ii i: E&f -h.:: .JI :::;f.lg T M1I t Traxfia? Ce3,any O!'tr,Lure Ap:: ti* la-fes of the PrK 1>J r-

PIxtakd V'HUt+ sad esttrt u tffeiai .Jl..e : tbt .sspr'ty. cf that art =Wk at K< aer4 Pn.ee. .an 6 .a ..:.,:.r yr a::%s".ri: to :'reF : (CGl m

r M.Jf wantsat tU vA-G<* it ; *r.Jl :f :re a'1.rg :.P yoar :e ::u: Tjfesday. ti* 2 ta mstasii 3J ,v '

I :' trask. Perhapi '?* cct nf tnrv :- ;
:; .e--oo at pr 4' -sreti
I{ Stark*, FViiiiE. Th* Yocz? 7.P.ig Compszy ia st2 l'Z every
F4r 4 ; t.'aeii: t rrYta p o'clock.C .
'TJ ; itite, fca we = :
ik th' > .' The
: = = M iaT p*=i? yh *7.
:;: !'v JJ'/) G'rer her ar4 g'tJ a. avt" ;.- se and examise their yxiCJ. A ;Iy in e ca: e;

: S. MATTHEWS, Rfitr ai s> l to w..a ? a pretry ::-', --arr; atxk_ cf fyxia thy :hav! os hand --.....,.' God fashioned Jlirtha Wa; :_hirt.nra b! sbrcii
rFL go
j a-I ::; *, bit ttP.7r.:1l U &I! it oct V3 SS-/1
r H. LAGERGRE*. Ant' !sT ta! we hail: Let th* thr sin&tyas : ? rz% ia ore cf the a'aeonsDre .irfJ Ie: :'
. to ZZSA rocs for Km immeis* cocmnti .
,, 'oleos 1N. ul1': : Crt p1 : ai3"th :d c:: ;cp.-.' ,""'rt".l... and sp .!!a: fjV
!ir. : shortly 'J arrrre. A>
'L aix ,usati<.t cf d I r-* If jray3 lies, hailed pecazs and homemadecacdy : Tel* ; !
A Msv': ri l..,.1", yr.r, UI ells- ..._.... !-T.r i::. earicad Iota they gt the r3fc rv
setae tips :r. ,.. .. V'ira are perJ1 r' fr yc-ur TiaziagiTizg dinner.A cansct qsita ::: _
: 17 b>s "iM/wed," 147 ttnrt i. !; 1 ; lGw.t: arkrt pr aa! a.:4 := arr, retail
eal, h I :r ;1 .J:1 :1:7 I--ci w-2 Le served fnsi irx cHven el! cf the r :
'.',". arJi u ti* w :try ::r.wr; th* gyyis at a imall margra: cfpriit ,,
:hr.: :1a. canjiathg cf nc h .
pilau,
vWer. 1 bad
: It trat ere1ytl47. i4 which thy caa afiri, teasethe
r
i r.a
yr. .
fear iutr crty, Lawty, haj: pl; chicken: sancwkhe, cocfhzuta andOn Hasptca
: for trW.l'l, rrlau-.Jt. fete e-.uig, 7 mak c.ick jas az4 t rs over j 1
for th trTeT! ia i'
n ;re w iiJy, pau-; toffee. and we are
avJ, if ;t lozt* for traf-L''l, 7ei *** the mfcty frecieciy. ,
; ices tfcr'/zi s that glace g et only rt '! deer west of Mra. Richard's *
to A
Hullady
I l< tft bsttesjx BrvwtrazsVai PmRLArxJ T* Ywn:? Traisg Ccmpary keep | ,
1 b i a-vi rocf I iha/iu :rte 1. :
= K grv ris cf a3 Icrdi. Vie.:1 ctly : V V .....
r Ti* trail ly vafJifj except Prsst 1
find why
1 ; .rk 'A etV'.trett," iiea r=a ars' ? th* broil k: essmtrat* the g-x/is cf rats thy MEXOBL3L. I I think -are ; t I
"m have hsg stacks !hand !1Jf
ca u i'W1: 1
Which
0* ar* a tipv4 from TATA t/v ti ,ham the Jrr. cf Stark, u u yin Flc;r and: meal!, ?nti, rice., di5wnt ; I j-arorf; : to .!:. : ?

II W<*t. Tk* ev.i art i//u t here frr ., an ezc*t for a Jtrtet ai eau TH b* kid cf bacon, coffees, ngar, t- WC=: a. the f fth eh2d and: only, passes' 03 .. .

th tak e-f gtI'k;1.Z tiv* rar4k t, vAtf i=ur=*4. SCK* of th* .?Iis* a=4aixvnunativn Wa:ce'arN totaccoi, estioa seta daughter of Mr. and Mrs Lawton F.Ssrrency :'el! says t=at

a4 shiyrrrte tvrfvi: aimar.7 g*.**nH alwyf th* truic ten protalfy meal aad !hat! oats for seed and feed, died ia Brooker, Sunday, i hira! that 40 :

.' fc banns t//sjH fir the ; ,,, VA b ret5..lled, hrrt K.m cf ir- November: cancelled their : &j
< art psrpt ihorj, bran: meet feed, core, p. a- : 13, 1S1-L Being bars Ocher ..oj j
tr', tf fz T.Z. V b* ihipd back:: niti ic4 rottin? itd caa !b* rs- tIt, .:'fore:: hranda cf the best! fertilizers : 14, 1515, lit: e Wilma was therefore Telegraph.{ ; B > *gi
1';.. ,.h irt3 fat. Much of th:* "W" ey Eoed by the order cf the ecnaciLLJkwu Ed iitor ti
: !}!'".:' hare-af to be sold! one: year, ore :ctth a d eve days .
ter ttf' wt.kb:1 be vA Jn: r may aLw Frat greet b! Id. Gods in our o>
at rook k/tv pries at wholesale! : to ,
s or % >
virtlr at extrira t prie.1 *.3 conia -.* yraded, iiraL'.I:1 asd prsrvfej sea'Vy' retail AH the above! gooda reN.t- tcxiay mailing
cf iLvar that : a red Wl ma is "V=.!:e, tut not f ,"
K-K* v.rt a paTfcsuit, to ; erg-Ma :
", f tnt F FV/rvl I. rn tt.trM a: Hasptcs :
by: every farmer, and now is a good Is the old bit i'
". Wit Why ear.ntl't fJI'r/.a, farmnthJ we hare er trged from th rJ.lr.e a?%. sweet refrain; thatare vfC
:tim t n lay is a bizaYy17! : for thew.atr. pers
For know that he J..t rwse.eslrsCt
A* thinza: art tft-., they are often wfa7orably we h: ? glory, W "* r
.1r.I .Jna !r jr,7 tt -t vn-it.7.: Th* goods are M arrangedthat ;x this .H": 'r. "
LittI Wilma lives '
.i f r'm fxtt .r.ir.7. IA!f? Tfc W!+ %rBt .T1 erjisirjsnied spn.. Lt tk* you can examine: them well before e : azair. )1-'sole's hiJi! *

1 ,. ran a"ord: /> pay fjrht on *ea..tpror.t. !e I.It.r.1 jrt biay: arjj tr* what car. b:* :......i! ?'. _.111 ..r.root. .. ,. }:..,. rM rr3r. seaeme:: ire I wart ea .. .
--- --- She loved for earth's
, ; f r'rt thii ataty and tar k agairr ar.li tr-.I!. ------- a--1--? d. Cotni';a and: prompt: serene Folded was her in fend :embrace! a ?YOn ;, he should that:
surf rt.au. a w e lUll! tr.l! rase ; ; as fzal; and v1maKf
Ii b' ; NEW GEOLOGIC REPORT. I, Rer.es' er the place, near depot.NOTICE. : 'And while earth
,. r 'tare: tt aar1 tk ;;rain u >reB: on we Erger, | that he might! ce: is t: ,<. s vr
4t I No one can f 3 WHma's :!ue.I .
] at a r>art7 rearkt; why r/>t rrakr th* I 'Of coursesre

t J-T'/!r.ctjr-n if fat t *f a part of ',7- : We }ave.r our desk th* Eighth: Anrial I *;ctif* a !hereby: ;giver that the sr.deriigned :- Out Sirai in | However, at eJ .:c ? J !
the
cf the Florida (ieoltvcalSutve7. country,
terries: arairra ? report j !hazards, we do a ;. u
; and Italah; Fowler! have this -
: J The book: cor.tair I;,e pare! Little Wilma was gently: laid --t f *f.? = .
1 statemert abet u 1Hii I
1, 't -rrr r.4.yii.w,17 partnership and the "I- '
: and U in a nec..arirl'Fr.Le the bestjI i t;::- Amid the: fower of autumn, j : T i
iton. We }
TUB (COURT deriiyr.ed is r.o: lor.r responsible: : for I! was tribute? sup letcit4 Jita r
I a parting1 paid.
gotten of of the report The'cor.tnU :
I up ar.y } MsIIady: = : 1 n J.4i ij ; +
d. I i any d tts ar.d bflla; made by Iiaiah i *
I are:, if possible, mere ir.ter'enitg Llian f t*
!j I Fowler. J. L JACKSON spirit: a::!
; than tkoae cf any prvoi3! ; report To a memory 10 tender
-.
I blieal
{ Shn! are frealertiy coat ten'i r Nov. *>, 1M5. 1 Of | isj il
for a new chapter: hat bn added, a partispirit: fed;
j I and that other
v4 everts. F>*r. thjp.'err.e vitt.f the For little Wilma lives forever !I
tthe kuVry the kirr-ar.
j : : racetkrosgh on : .
1 itat hai !3a>!Jy beer unfavorably cnt- THANKSGIVING SERVICE. i She does !:neighbor thr U r jjV II
i rt : the d.1CG7er7 cf kiman: remaini i, not linger: with the! dead. |I denounced the
lewd by r&&Ay b/.aivi it did rot rr rtthir I j
at a por.t on the Eaat CcatTkee MRS. S. R. CONE. the
of
yr.a, ta certain card f.atl:. j There wil! b moment
! : recuaL-j art fro.-n the: i iPleistocene a union: Thanksgiving
'y Th* eotirti gray not ly perfect, and are remr'eI' i, his powerful (:! r
cr glacial: period, whereJai eemce a: the Presbyterian church: r.nTCray !
. I riot, for that matter Mary u.rditi.raa1 ( NOTICE. j jI I! doubtless gave
November .t'J
all dar.7et eg cf former exiiterceGf ? at ten-thir- ji
t f' man it impowible: for them to b* I'. our race hitherto: found in different! ty, a. >m. The choirs cf the dlerer.t: i j terward re= I rn.4 ..

r 4 Yet t.i:' are all tri tire improving, porticr.s cf the: earth are from later .1 churches will! unite, and P.T. John A.Hlr.t'j' I I ilr. W. \". McLean 12 traveling OVE to fall oct with d pCs.

I 1 'n.f jwlzei are t.rr.l.rar.l rr.ln and If"' penodi. Tkia: dUcovery! has excited j, of the Methodist!: church, willI : Bradford county, in. the interest of the[ friend over a =! I I

.- at a rule, art th! !J.'awyr The: !lai*. x, much ir.tlrrrt that several promi- i I' occupy the pulpit. Telegraph! for the sake of soliciting'r ion in politics,

fctatm :r.t i is easily proven: by tk: fact r.lf.t icientiati, inchding: ore from ; subscriptions and printing; and collect [ |;i matter from :

t' that a lawyer: cannot male many miij' i i VaIl! L'r.i7trzity and of Chicago, !have I! PRESBYTERIAN BAZAAR. ) debts!: for subscriptions, printing i ijor i of t.road-m nde

I 1 ktdp, fA'f' MJ fellGwa rrr1r.:: tfl'.n come f view the fo! ili and a..jiat indii'o7erirg advertising due this jEte. }1r. !! good Brother )
: '1 him and have kim dubarred I( The I |j liras is authorized: to receive and[ \\ son unknown to } ;
more. digging of
a The: ladies of tte ;
Presbyterian
have
; we not
j
: Tr.e Jaw and JU ex :cuVjM, tk: courta canal at Vero, St. Luci* county, rivtaed *- church will hold! a sale at Mr. J. EFutch's :I receipt for money, and any favor i I!j seems to have
; tk mainstay of cirilization.! Were i shown him will be much appreciated !
0 are : i j : a rich geological! mx'eam, for I vacant store, one door west of I against the
! it not for them the atror.g and tkr i rb. di the human by U!. i
I ; : remaina, relics cf Mrs. Richard's
millinery store, on November to !
rrafty would! : enslave the weak and the less than I ), E. S. MATTHEWS, I' son suspect
!'t 1 t r.o twenty-five extinct ram 2 th. Besides the dainty and I'I j I time he has
. .I fgriorar.t, U wa the ease before: tk* ; maU were found in one: stratum alone. the useful there will be homemade Prop. Bradford County Telegraph.
jellies, j I this paper a bad j
: rourta txitd. To pak il.'ghtingly ( Thrc it alga an intereatir chapteron candy, cake and cracked: pecans i! I II In the closing

.l'f i I 1, cf our court are! how diireapect to "Mineral Irid:. atriea of Florida during r for your Thanksgiving: dinner. Look: munication }Ir.

r I them ,arms u. M much ax to pak ill! : 151.," giving an account of the for farther notice next week. I I RUB OUT II' attprnct to nrei .,._ :

of our parents and relatives and rrJnhtrrt. mi.-Jr.jf cf kaolin, alters': earth, Urn:- i PAIN the minds cf I' .

!IJ! Th* courts are cf OJ and we 'j i tore, flint, phosphate, peat, road materials I Mr Paul E. Canova has purchasel with good oil liniment.That', sbaatin?: that I j McWeapandbig

I i are of them. They give tui protection awl the manufacture of brick, 'a five passenger Ford to u=e on rasa the surest: way to them. that it does not s:a( :rEiers'wn
! awl **cyrity; we koud! in tarn extend tik and lime. ALuL (!'business stop
i1 1 ; an account of the trips! through the country. [The best rubbing liniment is that town in I$1veYOUOCf"; Cdr-' ? ._-iz'sPtrc
-.: a helping hand to the court; wells:! being: drilled!! : for gas ar.d "i!. I
uation of ,1 far rI-ft. .
: course ; RT f ;: i- 500* '
a This we can do by U-lling the truth ai The wells have reached: great depths, --_
ed. If
l' vfiti.f-tv-r.!, by khowinf moral coura- tLut, BO far or.ly two, one in Sumter'county RAIFORD NEWS OTE3.t good ""

.. .: ar.d impartiality ai juror, and by as- r and one in Washington coon- MUSTANGLINIMENT( us one sentence: r74A
Continued ed in the
; 4 Kixtir.g; the ii-nrarit of the courts ty, have shown indications of oiL The ; From Page 10.) do not hold the :.

-t thi/r oRi'--rK of the law-in l locatir.p lawbreakers 1 deepest well a 2002 feet (at the time in a

I arid convictir.g tr.em. If wei of the report, but in the California: j! Sunday in Raiford, the guest of her thefl'j'

' cannot ax.tixt: l lt UI at kajt not speak: oil fields well! have frequently to be i t I sister i Mrs. W. S. Graham. tribute $100 to -I

I. ilicr/arairinirlv; /jf the court i|!i bored fill feet deep before oil !! I Messrs.! Dan Ihrst:: and Sherrod provided tion in the he will J'f l Worn Out?

.I ..' i I ttTlJrk.I Diggers, of Palestine! wrrisitors Good
in the
amount
I for the Ailmaiti
to Raiford
I of
J liesidea the alluded Friday, driving over in
matters to therep'rt
,
_4 "PATENT MKUfCINES." I' i Mr. Hurst's Hone, Mule Cattle Etc. make good on No doubt are, if
car.
holds much more of interest and' to injure the you sutler uy d the
!
4 I the illustrations are many and good.lir. L. Sapp and family left Monday in ooJ for your own Aches, brother now has I Bumercci ailments to
r':. H. Sellards the their new Overland for a trip down which au women are sab-
I state geologist Pain
.. A of movement" i III on foot to check the has; Ly his able and indefatigable work, the East Coast. Rheumatism, Sprains, or shut up. I| JecL Headache. .:.;;.'
ate atJnt medicines" the As
matter
Cute Bums a
among for J. N. Smith, who has been Etc. ache sktocfae,
Florida, gained national visiting batti
American I a reputation -
Th
popl t'at of inchmedicine never neglected
! as a scientist: but it requires with his brother, B. D. Kelly! for the I' 2Sc.. SOe 31. At all Dexter cest, weak tired I
'. U now laid to be about $1 :0 ; ageolosrizt speak well of are scare of the
1 of the first order past week, left Sunday for his home'in Irt
to unravelFlorida's
/ per capita per year, whereas ten years Fairbanks.Mr. zens. It is tons, lAdToo
I.. ao it was only 40 cent This shows formations, which have the paper has yourseJ of them in toadetals '
-
that the/ prepared medicines have proven to be more intricate and para Percy Padgett: of Lake Butler, -- the moral and to feel .elL Tbo.sz '" t
., doxial than those of was a business visitor here Tuesday. of womta, wto hare
hotter than the decoctions any other state,
proven from .. .... Hampton, along
." arks, "yarbi" ," and roots ued in the as far as we know. Mr. and Mrs. McLean of Starke. ._. We ....._.L....._\ than beta benefited by b ,
were in Raiford Tuesday. :4.. IGI"' I ff' county, remedy, urge youTAKX "

that past among IMf the poorer classes, and J. H. Green, of Sapp station, was a woe METAL tll .1! would do or

I : .ldn-and.u beaswax. plasters I Louis H. Hill, the Lawtey real estate business visitor here Tuesday. here for a half ,!
I nave given way w liniments more er ohCEIUNGSSMINGLES no idea that the
I >
man, was a visitor to Starke Messrs.! John Groves and Dan Sapp
i fective and less imartinif.t Tuesday. zens of Hampton
were visitors to Raiford
: t j Home co-called patent medidncare Mr. W. }1. Whitten spent Tuesday.Tuesday selves to be led

: lectors'nostrums without value, just an some Remember the union Thanksgiving in Jacksonville. AND OTHER SHEET METAL red paper his because we Cardui

" prescriptions are ineffective i *
, but many of them are good and a blessing service next Thursday morning at ten BUILDING MATERIAL ery time he i c
I to thirty at the Presbyterian church. WOODLAWN PARK. John takes
poor people especially! those! Write ToDay For CataJotua

I living remotely from doctors; were Next Wednesday afternoon and Special Quotations .. iously. The4 Woman's Tonic t
at
they not good they could not have held one- Messrs. A. Greene R. Good Brother }
H. Greene
thirty, the primary department of the Mrs. Syhraala Woods
THE fi.oR ,
their own for so many years. It js were visitors to Jacksonville! \ oA MEw.Fracm! this matter I
public school will render a short Sunday ), \ ,,"C-SO'LU.n.a. the OiflOH Mffls>> ,Ky. says
claimed that
some of their users are and Monday. .)l i i story about 'Sf _

cured, not because of the virtue of the Thanksgiving program. The patroiiari Dr. E. L. Biggs, of Lawtey, was I who was sent to P "BeiorttskiagCatdnl ji
those
a
i rr.nl'tcinfft: hut !,cauie they Min'i! interested in little childrenare professional visitor here Tuesday af- He returned \\ I was, at times, so weak I p

I iLcj' will cure. Thin is probably traf, cordially' invited to attf-nd. A fee ternoon. j and in could t 1tCJyaIk, and
will r,( will Le taken
( ring
w just as it is true that a doctor may not for the poor. Mr. J. S. Norman was a visitor to I dertook to make j the pain ID my back and II

Ja I i-fffct, a cure unless the patient or those I Fair Lav/tey Monday. | 4 Grdcer that he had been bead nearly killed me.
| he hall Warning! Cadet hosiery users herd of 1if !
: confidence in have confidence in Mr. Robert Hodges, of bears. After taking three bottles
'if/, advised Macclenny,
are that after December
1st, I r !
the doctor.) Hut what does it matter i jwc!'i will have to advance the visited relatives and friends here Saturday rrCHEEMEAES that he had seen I of Cardui, the pahs disappeared ,
r j ai long as the patient H curH! ? Me- price onfhildrf'n's and Sunday.Mr. There were no j N'owifcdas
11 dil'in.l'irtue hose in sizes from 8 up to I and the
is largely a matter of W. R. Strickland master
= was transacting well I did.
I i ;0c pair.' This because the manufac- as ever Everysufer.ng i'-
faith, anyway. Even believers! in i 1 turerH' business in Gainesville Tuesday. he was drawing
refuse to sacrifice woman should D
J.
quality.
t Christian Science healing! :, who apply W. Morgan Mrs.: R. Sapp of Lawtey visited rel- peatedly try Cu d." Octaboffle!
i vise his
nothing but faith to an ailment, are atives here Saturday and Sunday. figures

.: often cured by it.: II I I :Mrs. W. Hodges, of Glen St. Marys socn got down to today. E-68

y. Every expedition that goes out to i Don't forget the Thanksgiving visited relatives here Saturday and COFFEES bo was willing to .

provide', | dance at the Armory next Suno ,y. seen a bear track. .

: Mr.: J. S. Mathis: Sr., of Glen St. Brother Mullady

; kinds! chosen by experienced men, and Thursday. :Marys, is visiting his son here this Best By Every Test ing that 40

1 many doctors use them in their own I week. celled their

families. It is true that many cures o. J. Griffin( has received from his Mr.: 0. J. Phillips who holds a position i graph. When he + +..

ascribed to these medicines would have j iI I brother, W. J. Griffin, of Jacksonville, with the Lawtey Telephone Com- ."Well, anyway, 40

I been effected had then not been used j i eleven head of fine hogs. Some of pry, is spending the week hers with ton are 'against

at all, and nature had been allowed! to !( these will be slaughtered, but the others ;.1" parents. don't know where J. R. Davis

take its own course, but that proves of the Jersey-Duroc and Berkj Potato digging is the order of the I p keeps on.CIVIL .

a nothing against them. Le the poor j)l I shire; broods will be kept for breeding day here. 1 & Company

j enjoy these cheap and handy remedies purposes. M r. and Mrs. L. Sapp and son, Fred, SERVICE

I for minor ailments. I of Raiford, passed through hers Monday :
Coach Henry Freeman, of Hillsbortrh enroute to Miami.

-- ou high School, will take his foot- Miss Mattie Hodge, of Glen St. r0 R, The United

" There !II more Catarrh In fit geetloi ball team to Jacksonville for a game Marys: visited relatives and friends OLD Commission will INSURANCEi

of the country than all other dim-awn with Duval High School on Thanksgiving here Sunday and Ionrb i for stenographers
,
put together and for
It !
year
was both
poied to be Incurable. Doctors .up-pre : Day. The "Terriers" have not Mr. Eodus Greene was transacting RUBBER COPPER men and

> rrlbd local remedial, and by constantly ben defeated so far this season in business in Starke Tuesday. at Gainesville, Starke :;: Florida i
fa.llnic to cure with local treatment, their race for the state championship There will be TIRES BRASS in the ,
pronounced It Incurable Catarrh 1 la Thanksgiving servicesat
local di <-aie. greatly influenced by conitltutlonJil a- nnd are confident of winning from Du- the Woodlawn Baptist church next TUBES LEAD ington, D. C. +ii 60b31H,

constitutional condltlonii and treatment.therefore Hairs require val. Thursday, November 30th. There will ROPE SCRAP IRON Usual entrance
Promotions
Catarrh Cure. manufactured, by F..1. If speaking and singing all day and rr
tutional('lIl'nl') & Co.. Toledo Ohio la a consti !I The ladies of the Methodist church dinner on the ground. All! are invitedto RAGS BONES formation and
remedy It
taken
and act* thru the nioo-l on the Internally Mucous will hold a bazaar in the vacant store come and bring well filled baskets. Form 304, can be You Need a aeoeral Tc

Surfaces' of the Synlom. One Hundred of J. E. Futch, next door to the I If you will please telephone the SEND IT TO US WE ROOT PWflrTO ing to the Take drove' -

that Dollari Hall'reward Catarrh la offered Cure fall for any to cure.case Starke House, on December 5, at 2:30 any news items he will correspondent put Write For Priceiist vice Board at Old Standard Grove's TasttkM :

f Send for circular* and testimonials.! p. m. Fancy articles ready-made gar Woodlawn Park on the Do not the Secretary of Tonic is equally valuable a* a :.
map.
F. J, CHENEY & CO., Toledo. Ohio. I ments, home-made candies, coffee and expect him to get all the notes unless f WlMHmL( vice District, Tonic tonic becatwo it contains tM =

i, ; fold by Drucrrlst. :SI'. sandwiches will be on sale. Patronage you co-operate with him, 392in 657C.BAY JACKSOWllU.fU. propertiesafQUINDiB
It ftftw
Hall's Read acts on the Liver,
Family rills for constipation.R of the public is desired. pet him over the telephone. the Enriches the ItondJ t
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2j, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA.

PAGE SEVEN.. .
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MRS. J. F. KICKLITER ENTERTAINS He can always be
won by food and
IN HONOR OF MISS PACK. "Simple Confession." 1 .7- I

In every home you will find its true t IH;

j I Bits of LocalInformation Last Friday afternoon, from threeto Throughout the land, 'tis nothing new, rmour frr
five o'clock, Mrs. J. F. Kickliter en- Every day through dietetic routes

F tertained informally in honor of Miss "Sweet Williams", bloom anew. '
1J May Pack, who will soon be the brideof -Cassie White.,

ilr. Joe Hill Williams. This enjoy- #
able affair took place at the home of Mary is going to have a home an
c..-_ o.. PM.- fUMuIM61 ../ Mrs. With pots and on shelves in
II ? .. .. C....,. Mrf r..... Kickliter's mother, Mrs. F. D. On other shelves pans rows, .
Wainright, on North Walnut street, are dishes, too, Tankage ,
and was attended by large numberof Now let's see what Mary will do.
-- ------ -- a a
-- M M M H M MHMMBM
: I_ II
interested friends who wished to
do honor to this lovable brideelect.The Down from the shelves comes pots and (Blood and Bone) '
,
1 The banks in Starke will be closedon Hon. A. S. Crews had professional double parlors and hall pans,
Thanksgiving day. business in Lawtey Tuesday. were so Out from the larder GutraatMd Analysis food lasts
,
elaborately and beautifully decorated comes eatables, well, and U
........... 6H%
too 'l'Ammoaia. the finest
1 that one could easily imagine they Acid... 15% known soil
Davis made business trip to Harold Brown made Jacksonville On to the build
J. R. a a in table the dishes ere
were Japanese fairy land. White go Pure, 'steamed bone
Jacksonville Wednesday. business visit Tuesday.H. chrysanthemums and ivy were used in And Mary and Joe set down-them cooked fresh from the As "Blood & Bone," +

great profusion, Japanese parasolswere two. cutting tables, supplies Armour Tankage has
,
J Gardiner spent the first of the L. Stevenson makes frequent
Sim suspended from the ceiling, Jap- the phosphoric acidshown been familiar to every
Week in Gainesville. shipments of choice pecan nuts. anese wind chimes were hung in the The dinner is eaten all too soon above. The am- grower for over 30: years .. :;
doors, while candles, with rose colored ,' And back to his office the lawyer goes, monia is from blood inmore than 100,000 tons
It 1 G- W. and E. M. Hazen, of Brooker! Gun shells at Kickliter's.J. shades, lent a fairy-like glow to the And now "our Mary" the dishes must fresh beef scraps that are have actually been taed. it
''bad business,in Starke Tuesday. These artistic wash thoroughly it earn -cookMany growers, who
scene. very decora- r.::
M. Truby is loading another car tions And dry on cup towels all bran ed with the bone. temporarily prefer no- f
were planned and executed by new.
C with sugar cane. -Mrs. E. T. JImCNlrTankagc is a potash goods, are wisely y
Mr. .
Lucian
Campbell.The
Wainright, brother of the
NOT superior turning again to this
: WHY strictly pure ;
:1
hostess.
standard material of, .
product, prepared with unquestioned -
Si' U. D. Miner, the jeweler, was in The arriving guests were greeted by hostess assisted by Mesdames scientific accuracy by especially crop-making
t Jacksonville H.
Tuesday. Mrs. Kickliter, Miss Pack and Mrs. F. L. Brownlee and J. C. Hoover, serv- developed, care- value.

It A. J. Underhill spent Wednesday in D. Wainright. Mrs. Kickliter was ele- ed the guests with a delicious ice fully controlled pro Get prices fron. k '
our ,
Jacksonville. Celery, cranberries, pine apples, ba- gant in white chiffon, with bead trim- course. ces es. It is rich in nearest Agent and trite + t
nanas and evaporated fruits for your mings, draped over gold cloth; the The invited guests were as follows: available, natural plant us for sample and leaflet. '
< & Thanksgiving. J. F. Kickliter. bride-to-be Mesdames J. E. Futch, T. N. Lim-
Mrs. Angie Sternburg has returned was lovely in a gown of
home from a trip to Titusville.Mr. white chiffon and lace trimmings, baugh W. H. Philips, Emily Philips, Armour Fertilizer
Mrs. L. A. Davis of Crandall, is with which she wore a large picturehat. H. L. Brownlee] J. M. Brownlee] A. V. Works .df.;1 J (.-
lil >
; Register, of Mulberry, is visiting spending some time with her son, L. The hostess was assisted in en Long, J. L. Brownlee, F. H. Long, D. Jacksonville, Fla. 'Ii ,

;+ his son, Mr. L. D. Register. A. Davis, Jr. tertaining by Mesdames 0. J. Griffin, L. Alvarez, N. D. Wainwright, J. C. J
1 T. N. Limbaugh, J. E. Futch and Miss Poppell, J. C. Hoover, W. L. Wall, J. &SSSffiAdSSlsSBSS f&WV* !liy'
/ Corks and syrup barrels at Mitch- Fish and Cedar Key oysters fresh I Amelia Ray. E. Wilson, J. M. Truby, R. A. Weeks,
. + ell's Drug Store. daily at Handy Brymer's. 10-13-tf. I In the rear of the hall was placed a J. II. Ritch, G. C. Livingston, J. R.
very attractive tea den, which was Halligan, H. C. Richard, R. S. Fer-

; ".. J. S. Starling, a well known Lawtey .' Judge J. T. Wills and family, aftera presided over by Mesdames H. L. nandez, Robert Daniels, J. C. Robinson -
;>, citizen was in town Saturday.J. lengthy sojourn in Starke, have re- Brownlee] and J. C. Hoover, both be- C. L. Peek, Sarah L. Hamrick,
turned to Gainesville. ing dressed in becoming Japanese cos- Nell Hughes, Ella Kate Stuck, Jerre FertilizersWork -

R. Tison was in Jacksonville on tumes. Soon after their arrival each Johns, C. R. Ensey, S. L. Peek, J. M.
business Monday. Messrs. H. B. Weest and Walter guest was directed to this tea den, Alvarez, L. E. Roberts, J. P. Tomlin-
Griffin, of Hampton, were in Starke where hot tea and dainty sandwicheswere son, J. S. Brown, P. E. Canova, E. E.

New line of Hamilton, Brown & Co's Monday.The served. Canova, 0. L. Haynes, J. W. White, !I
shoes at Sternberg's. To each guest was handed a pencil E. W. Stewart, W. G. Law, 0. J. Grif- Shirt 1'
best in men's shoes at Stern- and sheet of paper and they were requested fin, D. E. Knight, W. J. Epperson, W.
berg's. to write advice on how to A. Bessent, Fannie Bryan, and Gene
' PAY LESS AT manage a husband. These proved to.:. Oliver, of Fort Lauderdale, J. T. Quig.. and Overalls ff lI nhll JllIlIIrnnmJi k
Lacy Ritch has returned to Starke be very amusing compositions by the I ley, F. A. Scott, A. M. Darby, D. C.
=
after a sojourn in the Dakotas, Mon- experienced and inexperiencedtheadvice Jones, E. T. Campbell, L. E. Miner, -= -
. tana and Canada. Lacy thinks there'sno was read to the bride-to-be, ar- J. W. Edwards, D. R. Edwards, J. L. = : i
: W. J. Griffin, of Jacksonville, was place like home. ranged in book form and eiven to her Peek, F. F. Stump, J. W. Morgan, L. = -
in Starke Friday. for future reference.Mrs. n ---- W. Kickliter, A. Price, N. B. Hull, B. B When you buy work shirts 53 -*

The Loyal] Temperance Legioj will J. E. Futch delighted her lis- B. Hopson, R. R. Hoffman, M. L.
Lucian Wainright made a trip to meet Friday, December 1st, at :30p. :; teners by singing "At Dawning" and Johns, II. M. Chancey, J. W. Andrews, II or overalls you want something 'iH

Jacksonville Monday. m. at the home of Mrs. D. R. L<1- "When Song is Sweet," with violin ob- Sr., A. S. McMillan, E. S. Matthews; that will stand up under hard\ wear c
wards. Misses Etta Tison, Pauline Blitch, of
ligato by Miss Doris Law. Miss Law
D. C. Jones was in Gainesville and give satisfaction in fit and = '
Capt. also charmingly rendered "Flowersand Williston; Olive Ray, Amelia Ray; '
Wednesday on business. New syrup at Kickliter's.The Ferns" as a violin solo. Master Mesdames J. W. Andrews, Jr., W. C. convenience. .
..
Thomas Limbaugh presided over the McKensie, Moultrie, Ga.; Horace Bur- --
"American Gentleman"] shoes for early freight going north Sunday graphophone and from time to time ton, Arcadia; J. A. Hanson, Leesburg;
' men. They keep the quality up. You morning carried a number of cars gave popular selections.The Glynn Watkins, College Park Ga.; __ Our work shirts are made up '

can get them at Sternberg's. loaded with phosphate, the first sent shower of linen was presentedto J. C. Oneal, Valdosta] Ga.; Walter Ed- I in several colors and in
by> this route in a long time. Miss Pack by the hostess wards, Daytona; B. P. Smith and Por- vary

Mrs. Frank A. Acosta, of Jackson- handing her a large clothes basket, ter Morgan, Daytona; Onie Pons, H Ii; weights and materials from the 5E
ville, is the guest of the week at the Hon. P. L. Gaskins, of Jacksonville, covered with white crepe paper and Lake Butler; Albert Henderson, Albany -
" home of Mrs. J. M. Tatum of this city. visited relatives here the early part of ivy, and requesting her "to take in her Ga.; Maud R. McClure, Louisville light chambray to the heaviest of.

. the week, returning home Tuesday wash." The gifts were hung on a line Ky.; Maud Home, Ocala; Lizzie = flannels and woolens. They: are -
C Miss Ernestine Blitch, of Jacksonville morning. of ivy and white chrysanthemumsthis Edwards, Ocala; Sim Blitch and John e
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. L. line running from the corners of Mixon, Montbrook; J. A. Cunningham, 5 manufactured by the best shirt'

" Brownlee] this week.MORGAN'S. Clean cotton rags, not too small, the room to the center. The "wash" and T. D. Gunter, Stuart; Stewart makers in America and -
bought at this office. proved to be large, varied and beauti- I Blitch and Scott Edwards, Montbrook; are ii ;
ful, and was accompanied by many L.'C. Kickliter, Stuart, E. M. Thomas, first class in finish and
? Miss Pauline Blitch, of Williston, bright and complimentary verses, Orlando; F. C. Edwards, Kissimmee; == workmanship. S
was a guest last week at the home of among which were the following: T. R. Sweat and T. L. Woodard, Jack oy
her aunt, Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh, and som.iJJelisses Lois Peek, Arcadia;

Dance at the Armory Thanksgiving other relatives here. Once on a time a year ago Kate Inman, DeLand; Emma Leach- -J No matter what your
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Louisville -.
Col. Futch decided a journey to go, man, Ky.
night. The Starke High School boys and lIe left his office with Joe Hill and In the evening, from seven-thirty to .a work may be you will: find e

girls will play a double header with Miss Pack. ten, Mr. and Mrs. Kickliter entertained ou/ line of jackets arid over- e 3y.
I Mr. Jesse Reddish and daughter, of the boys and girls of the Putnam High They minded his business with a great the Baraca and Philathea classes i.
Lawtey, were visitors to Starke Wed- School in Palatka Friday night. deal of vim, and the adult members of the Baptist F r alls suited to your demands. ; t

:.. .; nesday. But 'ere he returned Dan Cupid creptin. Sunday school. Miss Pack and Mr. They are made with
1/ Judge James Kelly and daughter, Williams are both members of this up !3

,:.l! Special prices on lumber, etc., at :Miss Delores, of Madison, were guests Then one Sunday night during Indian church, and for a number of years past plenty of pockets, and the =
: E Quigley Lumber Co's. yard during No- for a few days of this and last week summer weather, Miss Pack has been teacher of the i !?
) material is
vember. !of Hon. and Mrs. A. S. Crews. They startled the public by appearing Philathea class, also very active in i not skimped in '

together. other lines'of church work. V 1 the cutting. I
Assistant State Auditor W. S. Mur- Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Howell and Time went on, then from Dame Rumorwe At this bridal shower many hand-

f ti,; row is checking the books of the coun- children, who have been visiting Mrs. knew some gifts of silver, china and cut "II HUM
L X ty officers this week.COME Howell's mother, Mrs. W. A. Crosby, That a home had been bought on Cherry glass were presented to this poular I I BUY AT HOME z
have returned to their home in Valdosta street, too. couple, among them were noticed a
Ga. In autumn within a lovely green bower tray and set of cut glasses from the Your dollar buys mart onlut andgrtattr t

IN AND Philathea class, also a cut glass set satisfaction htr than anywhere ./ ,.
Alva B. of N. from the Baracas. : *
Radney, Auburn, Y., Mrs. Kickliter decided to give a shower -
has arrived in Starke for the winter, ; The evening was spent most happily '
and occupies his residence, corner of This piece of linen I'm bringing to with conversation, games and delicious A. M. DARBY Starke Fla. c
P. M. of Lake Butler
;\ Padgett, a Tenth and Oak streets. vou- refreshments. ,
ti. : prominent naval stores man, was in
I find it useful too, -'- -
S' ton hope you'll --
Wednesday.J.
Trespass cards for sale at this office. And in your new home, so neat and Read the Bradford County Tele- ,
, $>+$.$. .$ +$*. T +tM+$>+
: J. L Howard, naval stores operator prim, graph-the home paper. + 1
: Monday was the first day of the May all find a welcome who enter :
(
: and farmer of Dukes
v was transacting
open hunting season for quail and sev- therein. r
i business in Starke Tuesday. eral of our Nimrods were out in the -Mrs. J. C. Poppell.Of i !
LASSIFIEHADVERTISING
. .. woods after game. Among those who f
:,; Dr. L L Lamb, of Brooker, was
bagged the most birds were Wm. Powell my life sentence, up to date, If IMjt
fr .t among the visitors to Starke Wednes-
day. Brooks Shipman and Joe Truby. I have seventeen years passed thru;

; .. That you may profit by my failureI (+.. i
Mrs. E. W. Stewart went to Jacksonville tell this now to you.
: FOR SALE.-Good horse. D. C.
Ford owners can get windshield last Saturday to visit her hus- Always cook for him a very good din- tl
t glass at J. W. Morgan's.Mrs. Jones, Starke. 714tf. $ iii
band, who was there for medical ner when you are able,

!i treatment. Mr. Stewart accompaniedhis But see to it that Joe Hill Williams WANTED-EGGS-We pay cash- .1 !
J. H. Ritch and little daughter wife home Sunday afternoon and with care sets the table. Brown & Son. ll-10-3t. ..' a ( 1.E .
1 Eloise, are at Miami, visiting her is now rapidly improving. When dinner is over and you wash +. !)
.. sister, Mrs. C. F. Sayles. your dishes clean and bright, (.)
Thomas Parnell, of New River, who Have Joe Hill Williams wipe everyone FOR SALE-Restaurant doing good
business. Will bear close investigation. WE E ARE EIOINOTO MOVE
Miss had been under a stay bond for carry- and put it up or fight.
Mildred
Peek, of Oneida, Ark., Box 131, Starke, Fla. 1013tf.
has arrived in Starke and will spend ing a pistol since the time of the kill- I did not begin this way, Mary dear, ., .

some time with her uncle, Col.] C. L. ing of Vernon Sapp, appeared before and please look at me, WANTED-Pecans. Must be cured.- (.- 2 r!
Peek. Judge Gardiner Wednesday, pleated Mister Ensey when at home mistakes Bring samples. Brown & Son. .r .
guilty and was fined $50 and costs.::: himself for
company.Alva Ensey. 11-10-3t. F Some Lumber and Building I

MAKE US The cold snap which arrived here WANTED-To dispose of 100 acres of t
last Thursday night was not severe Some have to learn that life is just a land near Starke within the next 2 '
.. enough to do any damage. It only game of cards, weeks. Mrs. N. Mahone, care of t Material at special Reduced i
hastened cane cutting and potato dig- But for Joe Hill to draw a "Pack" it Telegraph.FOR] i
New tub silk waists at Morgan'sand ging. The rain that preceded it was seems not so hard.A t :

priced right. very welcome. very busy house-wife no doubt she SALE-7% acre farm two miles i Prices for-CASH.W i
will be, for sale .e
The school west of Starke at once, .
Wednesday board for held the an extra session of- Trespass cards for sale at this office.A Do hope that this little fudge apron cheap. E. M. Johns. 1117tf. I4
purpose .
will fit her to a "T.
examining the poll list of the county class reception for the Senior
-Mrs. John C. Robinson.
.' and other matters. class of St. Mark's Sunday school was WANTED TO BUY PECANS-Bring If you need Lumber of any : : l

Rt held at the home of Dr. :M. M. Sryer Now listen, little lady, I'm going to samples and I will make you prices. 'It
Lanier Droke, who is pleasantly remembered N. D. Wainwright, Starke, Fla. .
Thursday night which was enjoyedby whisper to you !
V f arrive here by many friends, will both the scholars of the class and On the threshold of your new home 11-3-tf. ; kind Sash Doors Etc. lake ij :
in ,
a few days to take his old the older persons who are interestedin what you must do: (-) I

\ position in J. F. Kickliter's store. i, the school.R. Be never contrary, Miss Mary, keep a FOR SALE-One horse wagon, two (+.,

Dr. and Mrs. Denison at. Pack of good things to eat; buggies, mowing machine, hay rake, t advantage of these special prices. | :
now
are
home to their A. Weeks, deputy county clerk, Let your favorite "Sweet Williams" plows, hoes and rakes, set of black- .
friends at the new left Tuesday for Hot Springs, Ark., make the table
manse complete. smith tools, two 40-gallon sugar ket- .
having moved in a few days I where he will be under medical treat- "Eat lots, dear," you must say, then tIes, and bay mare six years old, (0) .
ago., I Il ment for some time for rheumatism.Mr. give him your bills- property of the estate of J. H. Pres- J

Weeks' many friends hope he will Remember that's the way we manageour cott, deceased. Sale will be held at told Quigley Lumber r and Supply Co1
JWElT soon be entirely restored to health. Joe Hills, home place near Brooker I

We call this the highest ethics of the Wednesday, November 29th. S. L.I" _
." Trespass cards for sale at this office. profession Prescott. 11-17-2t.: .t. .P
ri ?fs 'ri 5 ";.E+-.S"$ fl.:" $ 8id
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F i PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21,1l1i-_:t:

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NEGRO EXODUS TO NORTH *+++-M II NIMH II M ++-T++ I r'the good results they are getting from builder, .is truly one of the

I f ROOSEVRTSAYS HURTING THE LABOR UNIONS + 4: "DR.EDWARDSNOW the use of Tanlac. discoveries of the decade, and&T the 1IIIt-1:

+ CHURCHES. + "Several unusual gains in weight evidence of this is the confidence ...r
+ .. have been reported by some of our high esteem in which it is he 'f
--- tthe I
Labor Unions of North CharacterizeExodus I .
NAVY DEPENDS BAPTIST-REv. W. G. Law. + RECOMMENDS IT most prominent people, and I have only by the great masses of peg:
as a Menace. stubborn of indigestion but leaders
+ Sunday school, 9:45 A. M. + treated some cases pie, by and public ma..: !
catarrhal conditions and or- erywhere. No other medicine
hat j
+
Morning service, 11:00; Sun- en's
FOR LIFE ON OIL BALTIMORE, Md.f Nov. 22.-The: + day 7:30 P. M. Visitors cor- + ganic disorders and secured splendid established the reputation TanlaeS% !I
I American Federation of Labor will attempt + dially invited to attend. Prominent results with Tanlac." nor has any other received the high..j?'j
to organize Southern negroesto + : Georgia PhysicianNow Commenting upon this statement dorsement of medical mend*

check their emigration to northern + CHRISTIAN-W. H. Coleman, + Gives Master MedicineHis Mr. G. F. Willis, southern distributorof Tanlac can be obtained from d > >

;. UNITED STAlfIs MUST RETAIN labor centers.A + minister. Preaching the first Tanlac, said: Cason in Starke; in Lake Butler &
resolution introduced by Ohio delegates + and third Sundays in each + Unqualified' Endorse- "Coming from the high source it Tomlinson-Maines Drug ('ompanr. k|

1 GOV. CONTROL OF OIL, directing the executive!. council + month. Forenoon sermon at 11 .. does, and especially from a neighborof Hampton by the Hampto Pharmacy'!-I

to inaugurate the movement, which + and evening sermon at 7:30. .. ment. the medical profession, this straightforward in Lawtey by the Cash Drug Store*':f !

;, DECLARES GOVERNMENT CANNOT was adopted by the federation conven + Church board meeting the first + utterance of Dr. Edwards is Raiford by the Weaver' Drug Coa .i

tion. Tile resolution declared the negroes + Sunday in each month. Loyal + Dr. J. T. Edwards, of Fayetteville, more than a recommendation. It is a pany; in Worthington by!"R. T. Tijkf? i
... REVERT TO COAL BURNING were being imported into Ohioto Nature's and in Sampson City by C. A. Saift.f
: Daughters meet every Friday + Ga., one of the best known members triumph! Tanlac, great veg- ,
the
fill of union who
SHIPS WITHOUT LOSS. better places working men conditions.demanded + afternoon at 4 o'clock.Ladies + of the medical profession in the state etable tonic, corrective and system -Advertisement. -ti.: i
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+ Aid Society meets the first Friday + -
of
Similar conditions apply to the other Georgia, made a statement that will -- "
+ in each month at 3:30 p. m. +I undoubtedly produce a profound impression '
CHICAGO, Nov. 22.The life of the states. .
+ school +I -
Sunday Sunday i
every the South.
United States navy is at stake in the The exodus was characterized as "a throughout
+ at 10 m. Everybody welcomeat + -
a. "In
* to the workers of the northern my thirty years of active prac-
% fight to retain government control of menace ,
+ these services. + tice as a licensed physician in the state .
the California petroleum reserves. As- states. QUALITY and SERVICE
;" sistant Secretary Roosevelt of the + of Georgia," says Dr. Edwards, "I have
i + EPISCOPAl-Dr M. M. Fryer + never seen anything to equal Tanlacas
navy asserted in a paper which he DESTROYING FOOD.
t : .read before the nineteenth annuals priest in charge. Sunday schoolat + a medicine to produce results. I WILSON COMPANY ( :
Con -- + 10 a. m. Morning prayer + hear people on all sides telling of the
of the American Mining
meeting 1
here. If you burn your own house you are + and sermon, 11: o'clock. Even- + Benefits they have derived from its Gainesville's Popular Store 1
:. gress arrested for it. In most states it is a use..
"It be set down as a definite + ing prayer and sermon, 7:00 +
I may offense to smash LEADERS IN
punishable your own "Tanlac is simply the talk of i
conclusion"," Mr. Roosevelt said in the + o'clock. Choir rehearsal, Wednesday my
furniture or deliberately destroy any town. I have no hesitancy in recom-
P' "that the navy cannot revert + 7 m. Come and + *
paper And p. wor-
of
your own personal property. the medicine and Ladies
si mending ; as a matter Dry Goods Notions Ready-to .
without
to coal burning vessels enormous yet it seems permissible to destroy + ship with us.METHODISTRev.. : of fact, I am prescribing it for my ,
loss of efficiency and furthermore
+
+
that the navy will not so revert. food.In Peoria, 111 a woman's committee + John A. + patients almost every day. Wear and MillineryMAIL
." "Only a few days ago a well known
i investigating the high cost of food + Hendry, pastor. Sunday schoolat +
l- woman of Fayetteville came to me and
s. The article is the department'sopening
.. attack in the navy renewal of the found that the price of potatoes had + 9:45 A. M. Morning ser4 told me about the remarkable relief US YOUR ORDERSAll
been kept up by the simple device of + vice 11:00 o'clock +
the Phelan ; evening her daughter had gained from the use
'j amendment fight in congress to the general over oil land bill dumping carloads of potatoes into the + service, 7:30 o'clock, .* of this medicine. She said her daughter orders filled the same day received, postage and express
Illinois river. .
.r, designed to protect the claims of Cal- A big wholesale fish firm in San + + ; had been confined to her bed for charges prepaid on all orders amounting to $3.00 and over.
i ifornia Navy officials have + PRESBYTERIAN-Rev. H. G. + three years with what had been pro-
,"'f insisted operators.that the policy of building oil now Francisco of a practice is said that to has be guilty prevailed even in + Dennison, Pastor. Sunday + nounced pellagra, and that after using While in Gainesville make this store your headquartersMail

| could not be carried out + school at 9:45 A. M. Preaching Tanlac for a short time she was ableto
"1 burning ships
> j' that; city for 'ears-dumping tons of I. + be about, and was on the road to us the names and addresses of three of your friends and
if the amendment prevailed. fresh fish into the bay when a catchis services at regular hours. +
,j Mr. Roosevelt in his paper declared unusually large, or when for any + Morning service at 11 A. M.; + recovery. receive a fi nier
I that oil fuel for the navy meant increased reason the market is not active enoughto + Evening service, 7. Visitors + "But this is only an instance. People -
1' speed and cruising radius, con- : absorb all the catch at the established + cordially invited to worship + I in all walks of life in and aroundour WILSON MPANY

r4 trol of smoke for smoke screens, reduced prices. The same thing has been + with us. + little city are giving similar endorsements Gainesville, Florida
, fire room forces, refueling at sea done occasionally in Boston. Cleveland ++++++IM ++.+.111'+++*++ to the medicine. Seldoma
with an increased efficiency, flexibilityin has often seen trainloads of peaches day passes that someone does not

< speed and, finally greater safety dumped into the Cuyahoga river. Such BOLL WEEVIL HAS OCCUPIED come to me and say something about
,1 from supmarines as the fuel oil is dis- and '
of fruits
disposition vegetables '
NEW TERRITORY --- ---
.. posed along the bottom to cushion the IN FLORIDAActing -
New
fish is similar to Chicago and '
blow of exploding torpedoes.The doubtless other ci "
'' York and to many f.i.- :
thirty-five knot battle-cruisers, under instructions from Wil- .f..
scouts and destroyers authorized by ties.The in such ito Newell))
purpose every case s mon plant commissioner, Eli
; congress, could not be built, the paper maintain the price by creating an K. Bynum and J. C. Goodwin, inspec-
,;l asserted, if coal fuel was to be em- artificial scarcity. In every case iis t tors for the Plant Board, have completed -

.*{ ployed."It the wanton waste. Even the most per a field survey to determine what Valuable Land for Sale at 'i
is estimated, con-
M paper ishable food is easily disposed of i if additional territory has been occupiedby
tinued, "that the navy should have on offered And if the
at bargain prices. it boll weevil during the summer
* hand in time of peace storage tanks were necessary to give it away to prevent and fall. The eastern-most limit of infestation
f capable of holding a full two years'supply its spoiling, even that would be was found to be as follows:
ix for the fleet in war time. For infinitely better than throwing it away.It In Nassau county, 3 miles east of
t our present needs we should have is wicked because it wastes food Kent; in Duval county, 4 miles west AUCTION II
! probably 2,000,000 barrels so stored. that: people need. It is criminal because of Jacksonville; in Clay county at Pe-

. L Ten years barrels.hence .we*ought* *to have 20- it forces the public to pay more oria; in Bradford county, 2 miles east i
I 000,000 than; it should for all the food that is of Raiford; in Alachua county, S1/ tI
"Oil men are much inclined to ridicule i left. If there is no law against this miles west of Alachua and 3 miles east

,, the idea that there can ever be a sort of thing, there ought to be. So of Trenton, and in Levy county, 8 '. ;
5 J shortage of oil for naval needs. They far as the interests of the communityare miles northwest of Bronson.

ht I base this perhaps on lack of knowledge concerned, deliberate waste is as The eastern limit of infestation
"I J! of what our future needs are to be." bad as deliberate theft.-Exchange. year ago was in Hamilton, Madisonand a The undersigned will sell at Public Auction to (
4 Mr. Roosevelt said the navy was
Taylor counties.

it 1 against content the that reserved every justifiable lands should claim be FLORIDA DRAINAGE ASSOCIATION While the no method of quarantine can the highest and best bidder for cash, all of the real .y:
- MEET AT PALM: BEACH prevent annual migration of the
; compensated, "but they must cease to boll
weevil into
'i remove oil from these lands." antines new territory, quar- the Estate of Calvin Mott deceased
have been maintained by the estate belonging to -
The need to "prepare for peaee in The fourth annual meeting of the ,
i Board of Control of the University of
t- time of war," and a proposal for government Florida Drainage Association will be
Florida
and later by the Plant Board
J approval of a scheme for cooperative held at West Palm Beach, Fla., Jan-, which have prevented the weevil from containing 442 acres near Worthington '
,
] selling of mining products uary 22 and 23, 1917, opening at 10a. I being carried into new territory in
to the by Carl m., Monday.The .
were presented congress
Scholz of Chicago, president of the question of land reclamation for shipments in advance of of cotton the migration.seed, hulls In, or other lint, j Springs, Fla. :*;
t-
j. congress and head of the fuel department agricultural and other purposes will be words, this quarantine has been successful
:.I| of the Chicago, Rock Island and discussed by able statesmen, engineers, in limiting the advance of the :

J Pacific railroad. contractors, business men, lawyers and weevil to such territory as it could I Said land will be sold in four tracts All %
.1 Max W. Ball of the United States scientists. reach separate ; ? i
by flight and it has not been able
il bureau of mines, discussed oil produc- Plans will be formulated for closer
i
: tion and the needs of conservation oft co-operation among those interestedin to take advantage of the rapid trans- I heirs will deed the time of sale. )
petroleum products. With 3,000,000 drainage and reclamation.The boats portation, to extend methods its, such as of trains destruc-and sign to purchaser, at I ;

automobiles in use in the United States feasibility of amending the existing tiveness. range ;. ,

i.4 by January I, 1917, the waste of gasoline drainage laws will be thoroughly This quarantine will be continued by : i

i @\ was appalling, he said. liscussed. the State Plant Board to protect the : Sale will begin ot 10 o'clock A. M. Friday I
i Resolutions adopted, included one A trip to the Everglades, the world's remaining cotton growing counties of on _, :. .
ti advocating a more liberal administration greatest drainage project is being ar- {
Florida against infestation by the boll
of the land laws and protesting ranged. weevil as long as possible. December 1st 1916 the residence of the late 11
against federal leasing of mineral and Exhibition of ditching, leveeing, at
s other land. Another resolution urged pumping machinery is invited. ;or' .
TilE TELEGRAPH.
ifft the elimination of politics from the The presence of visitors, including
t mine inspection service and advocated ladies, is invited and will be greatly Calvin Mott, near Worthington Springs, Florida. J:
15 r .a general revision of the American appreciated. Only members of the association There has been no change in
,j 1. mining laws. will have a vote in the pro- no change in stars or heaven-I'
ceedings.You No change in God's great purpose

1 2,000,000 BALES OF COTTON are urged to be present. since Time itself begun. ,I Parties desiring to see said land before the day Iiof
I love the
I DESTROYED BY THE WEEVILS For information write Benj. Getzoff, things eternal-the stead-
P. O. Box 90,- West Palm Beach, Fla. fast, steady world, j
r Approximately 2,000,000 bales of. Florida Drainage Association, by G. I love the scroll)) of heaven to mankind the sale can call on J. R. Mott, at Worthington I t :
k.* cotton, valued at about $200,000,000. V. Oliver, President. all unfurled.I .

I have been destroyed by the boll wee- Springs Fla. J. M. Mott Lake Butler Fla. and ;'
vil, and about 79 per cent of the cotton ALL AMBASSADORS AS WELL love to read the Telegraph, for in its or I'

l'( belt was infested by the insect this AS MINISTERS WILL RESIGN pages true, I

.. season, reports J. A. Taylor, president I find no change in purpose-no I either of them will show same to any prospective ;
of the National Ginners' Association, schemes both wild and new; I
a. who has returned to New York from WASHINGTON, Nov. 22.-In accordance It has not gone off from us-we all)) \
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(, an extensive trip through the cotton with the custom in the diplo- know where to find I purchaser. 1
r matic service American ambassadorsand Its true and tried old editorseverebut

T 5 belt."There has never been a year in the ministers abroad are expected to not unkind.
l fj cotton industry when the weevil had resign as a sequence to President Wil- ,

, done so much damage," said Mr. Tay- son's election. Who has one purpose noble, all free
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t lor. "The pest has spread greatly. I Many were appointed, originally, from graft and fraud,
estimate the damage at 34 per cent without knowledge of the peculiar requirements Who will not for the masses one faith- A.z. ADKINS

greater than last year, all of its new of their post, and some had less act applaud; .

:.. territory where the boll wevil had never no intention of remaining abroad more Who seeks not self and plunder, but .
i been known. The weevil this year than a term of four years. steadfast in one view, I
for All Heirs :
reached the Atlantic coast the( first Since foreign policies will engross a And goes not off on tangent with Attorney -
i: large part of the president's attentionin
time. schemes both wild and new. i f'2 ,
o f. I Mr. Taylor said that he had received the near future, the custom of resigning ,

I reports from the south showing that will afford Mr. Wilson the opportunity No storms of wild confusion can tempt tksg.. ."
i the pest had covered more counties of carrying out a considerable him from the way <" -
this year than during the last four reorganization of the diplomatic In which the paths of duty and faithful ....:.-'c.J ;,

,f years combined. Atlanta, Tennessee, I service as far as the heads are concerned service lay; ; ...-,
. Mississippi, Georgia, Arkansas and : without calling for resigna- He stands both firm and steady and '"' f

- ,- Oklahoma were the most seriously af- tions. gives that which is due ;
r '. fected.-Live Oak Democrat. And flies not off in madness for things
NEGRO ARRESTED FOR BEATING both wild and new. HULL'S DEPARTMENT STORE : r

Rheumatism Follows Exposure. WHITE WIFE TO DEATH D. F. MCDONALD,

;-, In the rain all day is generally followed Lake Butler, Fla.

r { by painful twinges of rheumatism COLUMBUS, Ohio, Nov. 22.-Lu- We buy in exchange Corn, Sweet Potatoes, Eggs, Chickens and other Produce. :
or neuralgia. Sloan's Liniment ther Kincade, a negro, is held on the Hew Indians Purified Water.
: I will give you quick relief and prevent charge of murdering his white wife by, The Indians had a way of purifying We sell Groceries, Hardware, Crockery and Glassware, Furniture, Shoes, Hats, Oils,,>/ I

=,: the twinges from becoming torture. It eating her to death. Her brother yaw from> a pond or swamp by digging Paints, Gasoline, Feeds, Fertilizers, Lime and Brick. We buy Phcslime: in ,solid car .:- 8
quickly penetrates without rubbing, George Hardin, was said to be a Delay a hole about a foot across and
ii and soothes the sore and aching joints. r (Fla.) bank president. down about lx Inches below the water lots and are prepared to make low prices. We give good measure and an honest ;

For sore, stiff, exhausted muscles that leral a few feet from the pond. weight to all. Yours for the Square Deal '
ache and throb from overwork Sloan's Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days After It was filled with water, they I
Liniment affords quick relief. Bruises Your druggist will refund money If PAZO balled It out quickly, repeating the
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strains and other minor injuries OINTMENT fans to cure any case of Itching balling
sprains, Blind.Bleeding Protruding Piles in toUdayi, process about three times. ; ?(
to children are quickly soothed The:first implication gives Case and Rest. SOc. After the third balling the hole wouldbe NEWELL B. HULL .
by Sloan's Liniment Get a bottle today filled! with filtered water. Try it- -

at your druggist, 25c. _.J3)( Read the Telegraph. Ooy Scout Handbook. .

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; FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE NINE. tt
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i THOUSANDS OF BELGIANS ARE ble assessment allowed C38.08 ticable to 1 do. in the manner provided for I I RECEIVED OF_ __ i IN WITNESS WHER10F.- I have hereuntoset

:: RA1LROADSWILL% DEPORTED FOR GERMAN LABOR __ in the levying of an original Iment cause the sum of--DLLR I my hand and affixed the seal of our Circuit -
Nov. 8, t bal due. 10.39 a new assessment made which I
W. T. WK when made shall t b like form ad levie efet as bing and interest a specified in this certificateof D.Court 1916.on this th 1st day of November,
A ;
(Seal) Clerk Ciruit Cour an original assessment indebtedness.
W. T. WEEKS. .
THE HAGUE, Nov. 22-The num- section.v.. That each of said assessments By___________ ___ ____ (SEAL) clerk.
ORDINANCE NO. 90.
I TEST ADAMSON ber of Belgians deported by the Ger- for said improvements shall be payable within Treasurer Town of Starke Florida. A. S. CREWS
BE IT RMEBER That at an adjourned thirty (30) days after the first publication of Complainant's Sol.eitor.
mans up to date, according to infor- meetin Cunci of the Town of resolution aforesaid without but Starke Florida,___19__ 1-3.t

mation given the Associated Press Strke., County of Brdor State of Flord th such assessment not paid intrt said RECEIVED OF____...._____________ BILL FOR
en the 13th A. thirty ((30) dayi shall bear interest at the rate the turn of_______________DOLLARS, In Circuit J\'ORCE Circuit of
ii n EIGHT HOUR LAW from reliable sources, is apparently at its regular place of meeting in said Town.at of six (6) per centum per annum from the being the sixth annual installment of principal Forid. Cour eunt,. Juicil

between thirty and forty thousand and ':30 o'clock p. m., ter being then and date of the first publication of the said resolution and interest as specified in this certificateof Stpb Dn
there present the members of aaid
afomaid The Town shall in case indl'btdne. vs Bill for
they are being deported at the rate of council: of default of of any installment whenit _______________________________ Liuie Stephenson. D'oro.
two thousand daily. J. W. Andrews, Jr., D. C Jones E S. Matthews becomes payent. aO have the right to declare Treasurer, Town of Starke Florida. Notice to Appear.

Ii if;; NEW YORK CENTRAL WILL Antwerp has been commanded, it is Abent, J. S.W.A.White.Bran all outstanding and payable,instlment same shall a immediatelydue be payableand Starke, Florida,_____19_ .The Stt of Florida to Liuie SUphenson.

said, to furnish twenty-seven thousandmen meting cerin proceedings were enforceable in all respects a ordinary city RECEIVED OF.__________________ It having been shown by affidavit that the i.
t ;i.TEST CONSTITUTIONALITY had among which to-wit: law the sum of ___ __ defendant Lizzie Stephenson
which is probably about ten per wl'r folQwing. txe. or oth'rwis as provided by ; pro --- DOLLARS. is a nonresidentof
fl. Councilman Jones prented certain however it shall be lawful for the being the seventh annual installment of principal the State of Florida. and that the
I cent of its able bodied population. The ordinance and. after its being read by the respective owners of any property 1 assessed and interest a specified in this certificateof of said defendant is near Moniac. in the residenceof Stateof
WILL APPEAL entire Belgian population is terrorized Clerk. moved that the rules b suspended and for such improvement in the sum of Fifteen ind'btdne. Georgia, that it- no person residing in
BROTHERHOODS the unanimous consent of members present Dollars ($13.00)) or more, at any time within _.________________________ the State of }' ter, the Nric of subpoena ,
. TO GIVE EIGHT because they realize they are entirely be obtained to consider the Ordinance & thirty ((30) days after the first publication of Treasurer Town of Starke. Florida! upon whom would bin! defendant, and
TO WILSON helpless. read without referring same to Committee on the said resolution aforesaid, to file with the that said defendant is ever the age of twentyone C
AS PRMISED. Rules Laws and Ordinances ; the said motion Town Clerk of the Town of Starke, Florida. SUrke, Florida._____19_ year.I p
f HOUR DAY Women and children are said to being seconded by Councilman Andrews. the a written application to the Town requesting RECEIVED OF______________________.__ i therefore'ordered. considered sod ad
: gather at the trains and Jemappes and Chairman stated the motion and called for an the privilege to pay such assessment in in- the sum of--------________DOLLARS tht the said defendant Lizzie St-ph-
:4 to t __ lye and nay vote and the motion prevailed stlment. which shall contain a statement of being the eighth annual installment of principal : enson appear to the Complainant's Bill of
Nov. 21.-The New many women throw themselves on the each of the said Councilmen voted aye in favor bok. or other convenient descriptionof and interest as specified in this certificateof Complaint herein on or before the 19th day
NEW YORK, rails to prevent the departure of the of the said motion. Thereupon Councilman the of the applicant assessed for indebtedness. of December A. D. 1916. in default whereof

York Central Wednesday filed suit in immigrants and they have to be for- White moved that the Ordinance be adopted the construction of said improvement and ByTreasurer _____________________ a decree pro conCt's will b entered againstthe
, district court to test the the said motion being seconded by Councilman state that the applcant.and property owner Town of Starke. Florida. said: Lizzie Stephrnscm.It .
the federal cibly removed by German soldiers. The Jones, and then and there put to waives any and of defense is further orderej tl.at this notice b

constitutionality of the Adamson eight men frequently loaded into cattle a vote of the "ayes and nays." the roll being jurisdictional or otherwise in the proceedings Starke, Florida._________19_ publihe in the Bradford County Telegraph -.
;: The suit is directed against are called the said Ordinance was unanimoulyadolt'd to construct said imprvement for which said RECEIVED OF_____-_________ nl'wsra"e published at tarke in Bradford
j hour law. cars and have to spend two days in by aote of all members of the Council assessments have levied or the apportionment the sum of____.__ .______________DOLLARS, county Florida. once tach week for six con- 4
1 the three federal district attorneys of them on the journey. present each of the said membr voted of the cost thereof; that the applicant being the ninth annual installment of prin-: secutive weeks.
.t New York and the chairmen of each of "aye." and there being no ( which and property owner agrees to pay said cipal and interest a specified in this certificate IN WITNESS WHElIEOr'.1 have hereuntoset
The said vote is recorded &follows: assessment in ten (10) equal annual installments of indebtedness. my hand and atix.d the seal of our Cir
the four brotherhoods of the state. HIGH COST OF LIVING. Ayes: J. W. Andrews Jr.. D. C. Jones E with interest at the rate of six (6) ByTreasurer _______________________ cuit oar on this dry of No\'mbr. A.
road's principal contention is, according S. Matthews. J. W. Whit. per centum per annum. No such applicationshall Town of Starke Florida. D. 4
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Absent: S. A. Bran. be effective nor received and filed by the W. T. WEEKS hIfi
} ; to Albert II. Harris, general count The: said in the following Town Clerk if the total amount of such assessment Starke Florida,___________19.. (SEAL) Clerk.
t: ; eel that the Adamson law "is in no The problem of the high cost of both words and figures to-wit: due to any previous assessment for RECEIVED OF____________________ By (. A. KNIGHT. ,

! regulation of commerce but art the necessities and the luxuries of life, ORDNANCE NO. 90. street improvements or se.l'r assessed againstthe the sum of_____________________.DOLLARS Deputy ClerkA. ,
: sense a FOR THE CON- same property or remaining unpaid, shall being the tenth annual installment of principal Z. ADKINS -
acute before the has
temporary and arbitrary increase in enough war, now STRUCTION OF CERTAIN STREET IMPROVEMENTS exceed the valuation of said property a and interest a specified in this c'rifcate Complainants Solicitor.. 1-10-61 It
for brotherhood men." lie said become, after two years of conflict, of IN THE TOWN OF STARKE. shown by the last tax roll of the Town. Unless of indebtedness.By --- -.. -

f wag's the suit filed the gravest concern to the people of FLORIDA. AND THE ASSESSMENT OF A the owner shall bfor makinl such ap- _______-__________-____________ BILL FOR
1 to was DVORCE
i'I u soon as answer PORTION OF THE TOTAL COST THEREOF plication. pay in cah Treaur of Treasurer Town of Starke Florida. In Circuit Circuit of
an injunction against the operation the United States. Had it not been for AGAINST THE PROPERTY ABUTTING ANDFRONTING said Town or County any such ec's or Florida Cour.Cur.t,.
;: be asked. the unexampled prosperity of the Uni- THE SAID IMPROVEMENT. paid &sment over the valuation a shownby Section VIII. Upon the issuance of the certificates L R. '
:: i of the law will BE IT ORDAINED BY'THE TOWN COUNCIL tax roll to b applied on account of indebtedness &aforesaid, they shall VIHatie I a
f A temporary stay will be sought ted States during these two years, had OF THE TOWN OF STARKE. IN THE 'of any such outstanding astsml'nt. be retained by the Town and deposited with Henderson Bill for Divorce. -

the defendants industry and business in general been STAT OF FLORIDA : I Section VI. That upon expiration of the Town Treasurer in a special and sparate To Hatie Henderson, Greeting:
-if which would enjoin the said within which such fund known the Fund and '
1. That the following or : thirty (30) days as "Improvement Notice t. Appear. 4
normal the would have &ton Itrt.
" instituting prosecutions against but country payable without against the certificates so deposited, but for an
: from portion thereof lying and being 'usesm'nt are intert It having been shown l>v affidavit that the .
. J the road to compel it to carry out the suffered severe hardship through this in the corporate limits of the Town of Starke. Ihal be issued against each piee aggregate amount not in excess thereof the dl'fendlt Hattie Henderson is a non-resident 8
be improved the construction of I 1 assessed certicate of ind'btl'llne. Town shall issue improvement bonds in such of aH'l that the residence I,'
increase in costs. The Uni- Florid ltte Florde.
, I law. According to a report published enormous vitrill'll brick paving. b such form and man : which shall therein indicate the description form and details as by Ordinance may be pre of said Uptinville. Georgia and
. tf here the attorney general will shortly ted States has now the greatest hoardof a is required by the plans and specifications of the property assessed the name of the own scrb as authorz by Chapter 6864 Laws that there is no one within the State of Florida
gold ever accumulated by na governing same on file with the Town ,er thereof if known. the total amount assessed Ford. service upon whom would bind her. the
' 1, select one of the railway suits and any clerk. and which are hereby formally adoptedby the amount of installment in each and the IX. That in order to afford the said defendant and that said defendant U J
push it ihrough to a decision, which, tion. That in itself would be sufficientto the Town Council relative thl'rt. the said :date when the same are payable: the said property owners or other persons interested over age twenty-one years.It .
to consist of curbing shall interest at the rate of notice of the provisions cf this Ordinance and is
inflate values there 'certifcate bar considered and adjudged
the greatly were no imprvl'ment grding. therfor -
unfavorable to -
it be government ort'r.
. should is therein required: the said cent per annum until paid. and to provide ample opportunity for obji'Ction by Hattie Hen-
J would then be at once taken to other abnormal factors at work to sky- streets or parts a thereof being a follows to- shall be made payable at the office of the Town them against the enforl'ment of the requirements dl'rn. do appear t the Complainant's Bill of
rocket prices. wit: Treasurer, in the Town of Starke Bradford herein contained the Town Clerk shall Complaint herein or before 4th day of
court. th
the supreme County Florida and each of said certificates immediately upon the passage and approvalof
' (A) Walnut street to be paved twenty-six A. D. 1915 in whereof a
:I Two developments stood out prominently Difficult as it is for the man of aver- (26) feet wide from the north side of Madison .shall be made payable in one. two. three this Ordinance by the Town Council and the di'Cr Di'Cemhr.pr confesso will entered against

. First that railroad managers age income to adjust his standard of street to the North side of Ninth Itrt i four. five six seven eight, nine and ten years enrollment thereof on the records of the Town the said Hattie Hendt roon.b
it : The cost of doing said work is after date. each installment of principal and publish this Ordinance once a week for four It is further ordered that thin notice bepublished
; would probably apply for injunctions living to the rapidly increasing prices, be $13.899.60. The total estimated cost per interest to be paid annually unti the full consecutive weeks in the Bradford County in the Bradford County Telegraph

: against the law in every federal court yet the task is being made more dif- front foot to the property abutting the said amount of said certificates paid but Telegraph, a newspaper published in the Townof a newspaper published at Starke, in Bradford
ficult monopolistic manipulation of street to $2.28.B the owner of the property abutting on the Strke. Bradford County Florida. The County Florida once- eac week for five con-
:Sr district with a separate suit in behalf by ( ) b street to be paved forty (40) feet street 1 paved shall have the right to pay the wl. on the 18 day of December secutive .'eks.
.i of every one of the 200 railroads in many of the necessities of life. Evi- wide frm Cal the West curb line of Sanderson amount assessed against each piece of prop 1916, at the ':30 o'clock p. m., meet at IN WITNESS WHHREOF. I hv hereunto
which enter. dence is accumulating that coal, eggs, Lane to the West curb line of Cherry Itrt erty 8 assessed, in cash, as otherwise herin its regular place of meeting in the Town of set my hand and affixed the lal our Circuit -
in they
every district The cost of doing said work is estimated b prvid. or at any time he 1 desire by pay Starke to hear consider and determine any Court on this He 1st day of November,
t Should this step be taken the eight wheat, and many other commoditiesare $9.182.76. The total estimated cost per amount due, together with accrued and all objections which may be filed in writ A. D. 1916.
the abutting the said street interest thereon provided that should the ing with the Town Council on or before the W. WEEKS..
from six months to being subjected to systematic cor- foot to property
hour law will' be to be $3.20.C right of redemption be exercised by the property date herein named, which may be urged by H Clerk.
, two years going into effect, even if nering with the result that the already ( ) Ninth street to be paved forty ((40) owner between the dates when the installments any property owner or other person interested EAL WILLIAMS.

;f p found constitutional, it was declared. abnormal prices are still further in- feet wide more or less from the East curb line become due, then interest shall be against the enforcement of the ruirml'nt Complainants Solicitor. ll-3-5t. '
the of the helpless of Walnut street to the West curb line of Cherry paid thereon until the next succeeding installment of this Orinance. at which _ _ .3
I Second, the brotherhoods announced creased at expense street The cost of doing said work a estimated period. Town deems that justice or right
it that'they will make an appeal to the consumer, the final victim and the ultimate to be $4,496.87. The total estimated cost SECTION VII. The certificates of indebtedness requires the same, shall repeal, amend or NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
the confirm the of this Ordinance UNDER SECTION of CHAPTER
substantially provisions
foot the abutting the when issued, shall in ;
familiesof front to property b
r president to give them on January 1 goat. Already in the said per street to be $2.86. following form, twt: Jvide however that rto such amendment 4888, LAWS OF FLORIDA. ,

next, the eight hour day which, they many wage earners there is a dras- (m Cherry street to be paved twenty-six al' the amount t b specially assessed Herb notice i given that T. 3. Alder.
them. tic curtailment of meat and of for- (26)) feet wide from the South side of Cal UNITED STATES OF AMERICA against other prpry. tax sale certificates. num-
f uy, was promised street to the North side of Ninth street. STATE OF FLORIDA Section X. That or par of bered respectively 91 and 202. by the I I
10;' Brotherhoods, it was announced will mer necessities. This means a reduc- cost of doing said wok is estimated t b BRADFORD COUNTY ordinances of the Town of Starke. Fla.' Tax Collector for Bradford IUe, Florida

; not contest the roads' suits and will tion in the standard of living which $12.756.43. The total estimated cost per IMPROVEMENT CERTIFICATE OF IN- and flict the with the prviion of this Orinance. b Said certificates being dated August 3rd. 1914 I
abutting the said street to same are hereby rpall'll. and October 6th 1914 I
foot to the property respectively, has filed
of DEBTEDNESSIssued
f i not appear by counsel to argue the will be reflected in the efficiency be $2.28.E Pas on this 13th day A. D. said certificates in office and has made

constitutionality of the eight hour law. American labor in coming years. The ( ) Calitrt to be paved twenty-six (26) THE TOWN OF STARKE E. S. MATTHEWS. application for tax d)1)to issue in accordance
feet West Bide of Bay streetto with law. The said certificates respectively
They contend this duty logically de- American worker has been the best the West frm curb line of Sanderson Lane. The PRESENTS CERTIFY and make Chairman of the Council. ambrace the following lands in

rolves upon the attorney general. fed and the best housed in the world. cost of doing said work is etimate to be $1.- THEE the Town of Starke. Bradford Attest: County, Flord assessed at the dat Bror -
A.
c' 992.62. The total per front of Florida, has caused this cer- C. FUTCH. issuance certificates in
This has been the secret of his abilityto cot County. State names respectively -
chief of the Broth- Town Clerk.
Stone
: Warren S. foot to the property abutting the said street to tificate of indebtedness to issued under and hereinafter particularly set forth
b
.' erhood of Locomotive Engineers, declared compete and win the world mar- b$?.52. by virtue of Chapter 7244, Laws of Florida. Approved this 15th day of November A. D. to-wit .

: that should the law be stricken kets, but with a lowered standard of I fet wide from the East curb line of Cherry the powers of the Town of Starke and Chap- 19 in Worthington Springs assessed T. C.
t from the books as unconstitutional, living the campaign for foreign commerce I street to the West side of Water street. The ter 6864, Laws of Florida 1915 which certi- Mayor Town of Starke Florida. Douglass. .

: .the brotherhoods would depend upon will be seriously handicapped. cost of doing said work is estimated to be $ ',- Orate is hereby declared a lien superior to all STATE OF FLORIDA Certificate No. 202 embraces the St of NEV4 '
88321. The total estimated cost per foot frontto other liens save and except txto against the of and Wl_ of SfcJ4 of SW See. 12.
It is that the governmenttake COUNTY OF BRADFORD SS SEt /
President Wilson to frame another act necessary the property abutting the said street following described real in the S.
r t b Tp. 22 L. 4 acres, assessed Un- (
I. the undersigned Town Clerk of the Town R (
. which will withstand attack. drastic action at once to stop the $2.28. Town of Starke, to-wit:-------------------- known. 4.-
of Starke in the County and State aforesaid.
and
manipulation of food and other com determined Section II.that That the it total ha been cost ascertained of the entr i-the-sum :::::::.::::- :::::::: :: : DO HEREBY CERTIF that the above and Unless to said law certificate tax deed shall will be issue redeemed thereon ac
- There sufficient laws to be constructed the .. of America.the foregoing is a tre and correct copy of corinl
modities. United ful.
PLANT CITY PREPARING FOR are improvement to so i lawful money of the Stte the proceedings of the Town nth day of November A. D. 1916.Witness .
that end on the books now, and if others 4521149. Tha tof the total cost the Townof same being the amount againstthe Council transcript of said Town at an adjourned my official IIKnatur and seal this -
' { GREATEST SHIPPING SEASON: Starke Florida shall pay approximatelyonethird said property for- ml''tini the 24th day of Oct>ber. A. D. 1916. flev
<; are needed Congress will soon be of the entire cost of constructing the thereof, held on the 13th day of ,
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r.t" in session. Not so long ago, manipu- the imprvl'ml'nt remaining cost on the of each streets street to,b completed improved ; ; i.-s- Town--having-been of made the and Town duly of A. D.for 1916 the relating conbtruction to an of Ordinance erin improve providing 10.27-5t (Seal), \ Clerk. T. WEEKS.Circuit Court. .

';', Work Progressing Favorably Upon lators of food prices were consideredas in their order mentioned to be assessed to the Starke.(' required Counci, and is payable at mrnts in the Town of StarkI. Florda. and 4'-

Facilities Demanded by Increase. felons and sent upon conviction to property abutting the said street, on each side the office a of the Town Treasurer of said Town, the thereof assessment against of the a porton of abutting cod and NOTICE OF FINAL. DSCHARGE "i4
: equal annual property Six
thereof. and has been divided into ten after date the
the It is to be regretted thata fronting the said improvement and providing month herf twit.
gallows. Section III. That upon the completion of theconstruction payments payable to the bearer in one, two. 14th 1 (17. I will my
more humane age has not yet foundan work aforesaid and the ascertainment three four. five, six, seven. eight nine and for the fun of certificates of ind..bt'dnll to ,uchl'r and final accvunt to the Honorable tiCoo. ?
Plant City is to have the greatest actual chargeable with intereston bp issued by said Town. in the amount of .
the per
- for this crimeof of cot ten years after date, rspectivl'ly. A. Gardiner. ou"y Judge of Bradford
. winter and spring in her history, bar- adequate punishment foot front to the abutting property, and in the above principal amount at the rate of $45.211.49. which Ord'nance i now in full county Florida aslaJwinis'.ratur of the estate -
robbing the helpless consumer.- order that the Town Council may be prperlyand six ((6) per cent per annum. payable annually.It fore and effect. ut D. S. Wheel r, tc'ad. and asked to It'i' -
ring Providential hinderances. The definitely advised a to the amounts to be is understood that the owner of the assessed IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have b'runto be dischraged as sivh
; .r railroads and express companies appreciate Exchange.Pine. specially assessed, th'r is hereby appointedA. property is given the right to pay or redeem set my land and official seal this 15th day This the 14th da} of July I'a1or..
A. D. 1916.
F. Harley Town Engineer. who shall carefully the total outstanding indebtedness due on this, of D. W. MANNING .
the situation and providing C. A. FUTCH.
are and equitably apportion that part of the certificate at any time before maturity by pay- Administrator of th. estate of D. S. Wheeler, 1
; for the increase by enlarging their Tar Relieves a Cold. entire cost to b specially assessed to the different ing to the Town Treasurer of said Town the 11-17-51. Town Clerk. di'Cae 7-14-6mo 4

facilities for handling the business. pii'Ce property benefitted by said amount of the unpaid installments of principal --- .
who shall thereby prepare an accrued interest on the to. "
containsall iml'rovement. together with NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE
Tar
Pine Honey
Dr. Bell's
The Seaboard Air Line Railway is indicating therein the the next interest payment -
"; assessment rl. name tal unpaid principal. to NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Six month after date I will present to the .
the elements of the pine of the if known. the descriptions of In of non-payment of any Hon. .
i building additional sidetracks west of soothing ownl'r period. case UNDER SECTION 8 of CHAPTER ( Ganin"1. a County Judge of

t.. the main line and north of Reynolds forest. It heals the irritated membrane the property to be assessed abutting the the number said of improvementand front feet interest, when or any due and installment payable upon it shall this be certificate optional 4888 LAWS OF FLORIDA. final Bradford county Administratrix Honda, my vouchers of the estate and

L.; .street. These tracks will have a capacity and by its antiseptic proper- each lot or parcel of land contains. the amountper 1 with the holder hereof to consider the Hereby notice i given that W. C. Foster of S.account. Stl'rnbu1.a lat of Bradford county.t10rd. '
foot front chargeable thereto and the total whole of said sum expressed in this certificate purchaser of .. sale certifcate numbed ; ask discharged
:I for about sixty cars, giving ties loosens the phlegm, you breathe amount to be so specifically assessed, which as immediately due and payable. with interest respectively 109. 168 di'Cl'ad. t b

. ..': this road facilities for handling approximately easier and what promised to be a said assessment roll a soon after the completion to date. the Tax Collector for Bradford County Florida Adminitrtri1.Tbi day August, 116.
of the work of the said Town Engineer IN WITNESS WHEREOF. The Town of each of said certificates being dated the ANGIE
:t' *. four hundred and sixty severe cold has been broken up. For a Ihal be practicable shall b fled b Starke has issued this certificate and caused 3rd day of August, A. D. 191. has filed the Administratrix of the STERNBU1G.. Stern- ,
cars daily. The Atlantic Coast Line chest him Town Council who the same to be signed by the Mayor attestedby said cl'rtifcat in my ha made burg, ett 8-18-6m
4 have facilities for about much business that stuffed up feeling, tight or sider same and if be correct shall the Clerk and the Seal of said Town t b tax deed to issue in accordance d'a. --- -_ --
as throat take a dose of Dr. Bell's thereupon pass a resolution embodying therein hereunto and this certificate b with law. The said certi6cat respectively
b. and the Southern Express Company sore the information contained in the assessment dated afixl'll.___ day of____________ A. embrace the in -NOTCE OF FINAL DISCHARGE
, ; is doubling the platform Pine Tar Honey and prevent a wear- roll fixing the definite amount per foot front 19____a. Bradford county Florida assessed at land date month after thin date, twit on the !
space
dragging throughthe chargeable to each lot or parcel of land thl'r of the issuance of such certificates in the 29th ) JanUBI. 191. I wl prnt to
for benefit of buyers and shippers at ing, hacking cough in described. Upon the passage of the said "Mayor Town: of Starke Florida. name respectively hereinafter particularly set the George A .CountyJudge

S this point. These great corporations winter. At your druggist, 25c. ((3)) resolution and in order to afford th different Attest: forth, to-wit: of BrdCordAH.ty., Florid my vouchers -
property owners whose property Certificate No. 109 embraces the IJEVi of and : a executor of th last
i
prpe ---- -
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0' do not provide such accommodations to be assessed notice of the Clerk Toof Starke Honda. SE%. Sec. 25, Tp. 6, S. R 22 E 40 acres, will and testament of W. H. Rivera, di'Cl'a
without is considered file protest they or any of them may desire A. V. and ask to be discharged as such -
and Long.
cause now any
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + to file against the levy of the assessment BACK OF CERTIFICATE. asl No. 168 embraces the SE'/i of This the flat day of July 1916.

that every inch of space will be in constant + LEGAL NOTICES + and the apportionment of the same amonl the Numbr_________. Cerifcat. S. 4, Tp. 7, S. R 22 E., 40 acres, J. E. FUTCH.
use when the movement of the different of property and assessed Chandler. Executor of the last Will and Testament of
: pii'C1 ----------------
,. strawberries is on in earnest a month + + + + + ..PCLERKS+ + + + + + + + + + fronting the streets ordered to b improved by UNITED STATE OF AMERICA Certificate No. 173 embraces the SWU of W.. H Rivera, d .ttd 7-28.6mo, -

this Ordinance. they shall at once pre t NEVl and SW1 of SE% of NW%. &II. .0
,i.4 or two hence. REPORT. publish said resolution at I'at once wek Bradford County Tp. 7, S. R E., 50 acres, L M. JOHN WHITE & CO. -'
The commodious packing house of Starke. Fla.. Nov. 8. 1916. for two consecutive weeks and shall therein IMPROVEMENT CERTIFCAT OF IN- Little.
Report of the Clerk of the Circuit Court in name a day not less than thirty days after the Certificate No. 186 embraces the SEU of LOUISVILLE -
the Plant City Growers' Association and for Bradford County Florida. on accountof frt publication thereof at which time the Issued by NE>4 and W4 of NEH and SE>4, &3,
. is rapidly receiving the finishing Taxes assessed for the year 1915.B. Council will meet and consider any objections THE TOWN OF STARKEFor Tp. 8, S. R 22 E 280 acres, Liters ..omlt .
touches M. DOWLING.Tax that may be filed on or before the improvement of the within dl"crb known. sad full valuo paid.FURS .
and within two three weeks
or Collector. date therein named by persons interested property. Unless said certificates shall be redeemed according -
'] this body of producers will be doing County Proper. against: the assessments proposed to be levied. Assessed to to law. tax deed will issue thereon
Any property owner or person interested therein .... ---------- of A. D.
due Proper the 18th December 1916.
; business in their Nov. 1. to bal County ----- --------- ----- on day
.: permanent quarters. Fund 804.81 who shal b dissatisfied with the apportionment ----.------------------------------------ Witness my official signature and seal this Hides and
: In addition to this, the many buyers By amt collected and error and double I cost of said improvement.shall Instlment the 13th day of November A. D. 1916. Coat GUMS
who do an extensive business independent assessment allowed ___________ 749.65 have the opportunity, and be required 1 $_..______ "____------------ W. T. WEEKS,
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J of to file with the Town Clerk in writing specifically 2 : due3 -- :::- ::::::::::":: 11-17-51. (Sal) Clerk Circuit Court + + + + + + + + + 4c-+ + +-+
the organized growers look Nov. 8. to bal due ____________ 55.16 and clearly any objection that he may :::::::= : : """
: forward to the busiest season'this sec- Drainage. within the time prescribed by this Ordinance.desire 4 S_______ "dueHII"_______-------19__ + +
A Nov. 1. bal due County Drainage to urge against such apprtionment 5 1.__________ ___--""________ __ NOTICE OF ELECTION.
tion has ever had, and altogether the Fund _t___ ------------ Section IV. At the 6 ___________jue--______---------19.- Starke. Fla.. Nov. 6. + SEABOARD'TIME TBLE +
i outlook for the coming year is one that By amt collected Council fixed for the hearing hereinbefore sp- 7 $_____.....__ ___________________ __ By the power vested in them by the school + _
time to which the ..__ ____ __________ __
ified or at any 8 __ laws of Florida the of Public Instruction
-4 augurs well for the and future Bard + New time table takes effect +
present Nov. to bal due obji'Ction to said special assessments may b 9 1------------due----------________ __ of Bradford by an election
8. -----------------
:i prosperity of this part of the state.- County Road and Bridge. adjourne the Town Counc.l shall give 10 $__________ ____ ____ __ held in Themes Special orl'r No. + 12:01 a. m., Sunday, May 28, '16. +
'f Plant City Courier. Nov. 1. to bal due County Road and opportunity to be heard &to any 1 on the 8th day of December, 1916 for the + Trains will arrive in Starke as +
Bridge Fund ____________ 858.4 objection that shall have been filed and shall Stark Florida.------19.. election of three trustees for two years and kl
By amt collected and error and dou- hear and determine any and all such objections RECEIVED 0 F ______ to determine the amount of millage to be as1 + follows: + _
ble assessment allowed ____.... 799.57 that shall have been filed to the appor- the'sum'o'f_____JHIH1"____-____I)6LLARS, sessed. John Batten, D. W. Moore, Erinson + -- +
AMERICAN AVIATORS BROUGHT tionment of such special assessments and ate being the first annual installment of principal appointed managers.
.
.. -DOWN Nov. 8. to bal due ___________ 58.84 such hearing Ihal either confirm the assessments and interest as specified in this certificateof a F. G. SCHELL 1 + Jacksonville! to Tampa + _
.' 21 GERMAN: AIRPLANES. Indcbtedneu : in the resolutions indebtedness. No. 1 __ 11:14 +
Outstanding Fund a a 1-10-4. Secretary. ______ ___ p. m.
if and equitable so to ___ _______ ______ ___
Nov. 1. to bal due County or. necessary By _
publihl'll. 3 ____i. ____10:40a.m. +
, and re-apportion luchLment Town of Starke, Florida No. ____ -_ it -
Fund ____ _____________- 697.49 the same Treasurer, BILL FOR DIVORCE :
; NEW By amt collected and error and dou- before such confirmation 1 that + No. 9 ________..______ 2:52 p. m. + I'
YORK, Nov. 20.American ble assessment allowed _____ 649.67 the assessment that shall be finally made and Starke, Florida,_______19_ In Circuit Cur 8th Judicial Circuit cf
aviators fighting with the French forces confirmed by the Town Council shall be equitable RECEIVED OF_________________-_______ Florida : + +
i i on the Nov. 8. to bal due _____________ 47.82 and just between the different pieces of the sum of_______________________DOLLARS, Lanier Deal + Jacknyit!o Cedar Key +
r;; western front have brought County SchooL property abutting and fronting the said im being the second annual installment of principal VsSterner *
+ 5:04
)
No. ..___
m. i
:t down a total of 21 German airplanes, Nov. 1. to bal due County School pr\'eml'nt and s that any assessment charg and interest as specified in this certificate Deal Bill for Divorce. p. _
I Fund ________ ____ any and all pieces of property assessed of indebtl'llne. Notice to Appa. + '- +
according to Lieutenant William Thaw amt collected and error and double 102.21Rv shall not be more than the equitable By_________________________________ To Remer Deal, Grting + tf Jacksonville +
!i. -* member of the Franco-American assessment allowed ___ 1.399.SI4 proportion of the benefits that shall have been Treasurer Town of Starke Florida.. I having been shown by affidavit that thedefendnt Tampa
aviation conferred by said improvements ; provided Remer Deal, is a non-resident + No.2 _____-. ______ 4:4a.m.: +

.4, squad, who arrived here today Nov. 8. to bal due _________ 102.97 however, that no such amendment shall increase Starke. Florida.__________19__ of FloriJa. and that the residence + No. 4 _______. _____ 3:42 p. m. 7
; on the steamer Latouraine. Thaw be specially assessed of said defendant at Bristol. Georgia -
the amount OF
Fine and Forfeiture RECEIVED --------------- i _
: said he heard nothing before leaving Nov. 1. to bal due County Fne Fund against other property.t After the confirmation the sum of.DOLLARS V, and that there is no person residing in + No. 10 (Lira'tjl. ... 5x4 p. m. +

:: France Forfeiture Fund ________________ 321.60 of the apportionment of th said assess being the third annual installment of principal the state cf Florida, the service of a subpoenaupon + +
'if,: of the United States govern By amt collected and error and dou- ment by the Town Council Town Clerk I and interest as specified in this certificate whom would bind said defendant and + Cedar + .
ment's request that the American ble assessment allowed ___ 299.53 shall forthwith publish once in the BrdCor of indebtl'llne. that lid defendant i o''e age tWe. Key to Jackuvie I
. : ; be name County Telegraph a newspaper publih By__________________-____________ ty-one yean. + :'0. __-.________ a. m. + I-
I I dropped from the squad. He Nov. 8. to bal due _____________- 22.07 the said Town of Starke Florida a to Treasurer, Town of Starke. Florida. I i therefore Hdr considered and ad + 1 _
I Said: "AH Of us have sworn allegi- Total Sub School said property owners indicating that the apportionment judge that the endant. Remer Deal
I *nce to France." Nov. 1. bal due Total Sub School of said assessments among the Starke, Florida,-19_ It) the Complainant's: Bill of Complaint + Wanrue Trainl +
Fund t____ _____ 683.70 different pii'C1 of property have been a eon- RECEIVED OF- herein on or before the 4th day of December. + (Daily Except Sun4ay) K
By amt collected and error and dou- firmed by the Town giving the date the sum of___DOLLARS. A. D. 1116. default whereof a de
",':i ble assessment allowed _ 671.39 of said confirmation Cuneil the publication the fourth annual installment of prin cr pro con'evo b entered against th + No. 101 Leaves Starke t45 a. m. +
.. ........ Tttt DOM Mot Affect Tto Hud thereof the said assessment a apportionedand bing and interest a specified in this certificateof sad Remer Deal. + No. 104 arrives Starke S.-45 p. m. +
_______________ confirmed shall be It U further ordered that this notice bepublished
of Ita end laxative LAZA10 Nov. to bal due 12.31 finaL In the event any indebtne. +
. ?*- iBlc QUININE it better thin eBect.ordinary 8 Totl Sib School Bonds. part of such special assessment shall b foundto ____....__________________________ : in the Bradford County Tl'lerph. + T. J. GRIFFIK, Agent.
;
. : TiTv DOt *OM nervousness ncr Nov. 1. t bl due Total Sub School b invalid or insuficient in or in Treasurer, Town of Starke. Florida. a newspaoer published at Starke, in + ? +
M TiS.1! Itnllnll l*r the lull name and Bonds __________ 68.4 for any raon whtver. the TownCouncil County, Florida once each week for five con + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
let .... aimtue of 3. W. GROVE. 25c By amt collected and error and dou- may at any a fa it is prac -.-- Starke, Florida, "-- _?._ autv weeks. _

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PAGE TEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21,1

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; RISING.Mrs. I I spending a few days with Dr. B. P. 1 Little Miss.Iris Godwin, who suffered I ,Mr. E. L. (Jriffis, of Higha

'"'" --- .-- -- I ViNon. I so long from typhoid fever, has business visitor: to P.aiIold
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i: ___1< __ = :\ Messrs. S. Singer, J. E. Maines and fully recovered and will soon be ableto Mrs. F. B., Dense and Miar' "

r T. A. Crawford was visiting W. E. Loadholtz are taking in the far: re-enter school. Mr. and Mrs. Godwin Gene Woctor; of Jacksonville-;

in Baker county last Sunday. at Gainesville this week. I wish to thank the people of this visitors"here ''unda < '

County News Items Mrs. M. J. Alvarez, who has been Mr. J. P. Blue and daughter, Miss place and vicinity who so kindly aided Capt. D. W..Iurvls spent MOJIdIj j;

4 very sick, is much better now. Nannie, of Adel, Ga., are the pleasant I'them during her sickness. Lake Butler 1-'Je,!

('., Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Hudson, of visitors at the home of the former's Mr. N. Newsome of Jacksonville, County Surveyor Kelly, Of S t

,: Starke, were visiting at the home of daughter, Mrs. H. M. Brown, this 'has been in Erockcr E ,cal days this was a b sine visitor here Sa

t' Inttrcstintf Facts Gathered During the Week by Our Mrs. Hudson's uncle, Mr. J. E. Nor- week. Both are well pleased with our week wotking in the interest of the J. D. Padgett, of Lake "

: Regular Correspondents. man, last Sunday afternoon. town and :Mr. Blue says that as soon Modern Woodmen of America.Rev. in townonday.. ) .
t.: Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Brooks, and lit- Mr. Martin .
as the electric light and water plantis I U. Y. Everton, of Fletcher, Taylor, of Flat,r
Ik.iii. ... tle daughter, of Starke, were visitingat established that this will be "A little of the Missionary Baptist was in town Tuesday. '. .
the home of Mrs. Brooks' parents, cit ." pastor Messrs. Richard and Lunj :
) church three interesting He '
preached very
MILLER. Mr. and Mrs. Lem Sapp, of Raiford, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Alvarez, last Sat- Mr. C. P. Clarke, wife and daughter, here Saturday and Sunday.On of Lake Batter, were in town *-- i

:; passed through Lawtey Monday in urday night and Sunday.Mr. Michigan, were the visitors of Mr. sermons Sunday afternoon at Sunday school Mr. C. B. Rigdon, of Sapp Sta

f their Ford car enroute to the East J. E. Norman attended churchat and Mrs. Saxon this week. Philathea was trading in Raiford Monday"Mr. -
.
: The appearance of the Mexican boll Coast. They will probably visit all Heilbronn last Sunday. I :'If 1'. Dewey Pinholster, who is teach- the class young with ladies eleven organized members.a Officerswere Goo. Anderson and his claud't:

t.-; weevil has cast a gloom over the cotton places of interest as far south as Mi- Miss Ollie Blackburn and brother, ing at Florahome, spent Sunday herewith Miss Loca Johnson, president; ter, Miss Loca, and Mr. SheP

-t planters of this county. According Eddie, of Johnstown, were visiting at his parents. Eunice Moore, made a trip through loijft
: to the best i information obtainable ami.Robert the home of M. J. Alvarez last Sun Edyth Crosby, vice president;
fI Blanchard and Everett Bur- Mr. A. C. Strickland was a business and treasurer, Mrs. |[Georgia last week, going in Mr
Hazen[ 4
p secretary
it will be impossible for us to make ney attended the circus in Jacksonvillelast day.Mr. visitor to the metropolis last Wed- teacher and Miss Edyth.derson's ., ,:
t. much cotton under weevil conditions. Warren Cason of Plant is Jno. Shriver
week. City, I nesday. Mr. S. J. Norman, of

i ; It is to be hoped that the farmers Mrs. A. M. Van Dyke was a visitorto visiting relatives and friends here. Miss Ruby Ware, who is teaching in Warren, assistant teacher. Baraca was a business visitor here Sates
.. The
will not give way to present high prig Jacksonville last Friday and Satur- Mr.\ and Mrs. Jeff Lewis attended the Raiford school, spent Sunday herewith class with young nine men members.organized a The offi- ;Mr. S. J. Rosier, of Evergreen,'to

ces of cotton and neglect the necessary church at Pine Level last Sunday. her sister, Mrs. W. M. Overstreet. I N. transatcirg business in town Sat'day. trg.
4 day.Mr. cers were, J. A. Abbott, president; ,
" food crops another season. H. W. Burney returned home Mrs. J. D. Moore and two children,I Mr. E. R. Poppell, our school su I and treasurer L. .
Hall
secretary ; n.1
'i There is just as much profit in food last week from Perry, where he has Marie and Earl, who spent this year perintendent-elect, is moving to Starke Green teacher and T. B. Pinholster, I Mr. Joe Morrow, of Highland, I1i

; crops at the prevailing high prices as been employed as a tonsorial artist for here, left last Wednesday night to join this week. Mr. Poppell is a valued assistant teacher. in town Saturday. j;
;t II i ii
1).1 i there is in cotton at the present price several months.Mr. her husband at Fort Myers, where citizen and all hate to see him leave. i I:, Little Wilma, infant daughter of1 I j i Mrs. G. A. Sheppard and daugbto!l

I! i l under weevil conditions. It will be Clarence Thomas, of Baldwin, they will make their future home. Everybody attend the revival at the Mr. and Mrs. Lawton Surrency, died Miss Gertrude Smith, of Lake Hele i ii
well for farmers to the situation was visiting relatives in Lawtey Mon Miss Maud Norman visited Miss Methodist church. Rev. McCord is a i'spent last week here, Use
I p.....,! our study last Sunday afternoon at 2:30.: She' guests of 1 W'
j; \\it well before planting the next day.Sheriff Loca Green last Sunday.Mr. I I good speaker and his sermons are had suffered for quite a while' from brother, B. D. Kelly. ,

I ;\'1 ; crops as the boll weevil is already in Lot Dyal, of Macclenny, wasa and Mrs. Elane Lewis were visiting -thoroughly I enjoyed.The 'stcmac-h trouble, but had grown bet- : Mr. Diew Addison!, of Lake BotlE4twas

;- i kfJincst every cotton patch in this county visitor to Lawtey Monday at Heilbronn last Sunday after- writer of the Christian church ter and a recovery was expjected, ; a business visitor here Moadtr

Mr. Marion Oliver, of Baldwin, wasa noon.Mrs. rotes preached to a full house at Lowell for worse'' Mr. henry Redding, of Flat Fwi;
when suddenly change ,
t; guest last Friday at the home ofMr. E. J. Lewis and son, Harry, last Sunday. I a Was in town Monday -' .
The recent cold spell caused a great came and the One who seeth and doeth ?
iI j
I; E. J. Roberts. and Mrs. I. S. Smith were visiting at Good to cf the interest i
;, kill reports come us ;\ Lacy C&son came home Thuniy
i of farmers to little into His
:: ; mariy our hogs. things took the one
j Theie will be an abundance of meat Mr. T. N. Limbaugh, of Starke, was: the home of Mrs. Potts last Sunday af- in the Lake Butler Sundays I Tall The entire community joins the ,, from Jacksonville where he has boa'
transacting business in Lawtey Mon ternoon. Mrs. Potts has been very ill 'I-lol. Let's make in
next Sunday a big hospital for several
I a weeks.
-
,;1' put up as nearly everyone has hogs for time. I family in sympathy for the loss of the Hi
I some ,
to make his meat for home | months had has successfully undergone an
enough day.Mr. day.it little one who for thirteen open
I J. D. Randall and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Mack Norman was visiting at i ii said that the Christian church tion, and his many friends are glad ':
- I use and some to spare. been: the sunshine of their home. to
; II. D. Randall left Monday for Miamito Johnstown last Saturday and Sunday. I convention recently held in Lakelandis see him home again. ,*
of Gainesville
Rev. W. F. Walters, The remains were interred at the
I
attend the federation of Woman's Mrs. T. A. Crawford and daughter, of the best held. Miss
one i is
ever Ruby Byrd visiting her tip
filled his regular appointment at the Alt Sinai ,
cemetery Monday morning,
P Clubs. Mr. II. D. Randall bookedto Miss Cloie, were visiting at the home I is
Next
was
Free Will Baptist church last Saturday }. Sunday our regular day at p.eA. J. Pinholster conducting the ter, Mrs J. R. Touchton, in Atlantic
.p and Sunday. sing a solo before the clubs Wed- of her sister, Mrs. John Rigdon, last Lake Butler. Let every church member obsequies. I J. E. J. Wainwright, of WaterogH?

'I; Rev. Walters is taking a course in nesday evening.Mr. Saturday night. do his bet:: to secure a full atten- was in town Monday. ;

I the theological department of the university and Mrs. Jasper Scarborough, Our pastor, Rev. P. M. Riggs, will dance for that time, as it is very like- RAIFORD Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Taylor spentSaturday '

at Gainesville, and is destined of Jacksonville, were visitors to Law- begin a revival meeting here next ly that plans for next year's revival ard Sunday in Palestine ti ,

to become cne of the leading ministers tey last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Scar- fourth Saturday, and will continue it meeting will be discussed.We iting the family of N. H. Hurst ?-',

.'I of the Free Will church. borough were residents of Lawtey sev- for a few days. Everybody is invitedto are pleased to announce that the Mr. J. S. Register, of Alarbee, wasa Mr. Jchn. Crews, of Lake Butlertjj.

'-! On last Wednesday evening the eral years ago. come. |. Lake Butler church now has a good business visitor to Raiford Tues- ited relatives here Sunday. -_--|

;A younger set gathered at the home of Mr. J. T. Moore, of the firm of stove in place and all who attend will day.Sheriff Miss Carrie McKay, of Starke,rPent'

-J Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Parrish and gave Thede-Moore Company, was transact- HAMPTON. be comfortable, no matter how cold S. B. Denmark, of Starke, .

,' Miss Ruby a surprise party. Quite a ing business in Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. the weather. was in town Monday. I (Continued on Page 6.) '.;:

H. B. Cleckley, of Fort Pierce, .
number of interesting games were Rev. N. T. King and wife spent Sun- '.
-- -- --- ---- u .
few in and 1.
days ,
spent a near Lawteythe '
11 played. Mr. Parrish was grinding day in Hampton, the guests of friends.Mr. BROOKER. -- --
first part of the week. Mr. Cleck- r.
cane and of course the young people King was formerly a citizen of
#1 kept him busy making juice for them. ley and family were former residentsof this place, but for the past several : ] TRADE MARK REGISTERED :L Li
A.
Saxton several Messrs. L. Brown, G. W. and E.
years ago.
At a late hour they departed for years has made his home in Tampa.He .
Biss Bertha Lawrence, who te a M. Hazen and Tom Baxter were trans-
, ., their homes, thanking Miss Ruby for has sold his property there and expects i
teacher in one of the Jacksonville acting business in Starke last Thurs-
Y the royal entertainment. The following to locate near Starke.E. I PHOSLIMgFOR
schools here at the homeof day afternoon.The .
spent Sunday
::1 young people were present: Misses H. Jones, of Tampa, was here on I I
her Rev. and Mrs. T. B. people of Brooker
parents, young com- j
Janie Bieling, Mary and Hattie Nes- business last week.
Lawrence.D. posed several automobile parties and
smith, Sallie and Frances Waters, An- Rev. Mullady has returned from an
l W. George and Newton Johns, attended a cane grinding at the homeof
nie McLeod, Mabel and Pearl Brown, extensive business trip on the West '
_ of Starke, were visitors to Lawtey Fri- Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andreu last Fri- :FALL PLANTINGNOW I
; Elsie Stokes, Carrie Belle Brown Flor- Coast.

I I ence Dix, Marion Waters, Carl Brown day.Mr. Avery Powell, of the Lake Butler day evening.Mr. .

9': Louis Gay, Fred Bielling, Grover Cly- E. J. Roberts was transacting Times, spent Saturday here. J. S. Forsyth and family motored with- is the time to apply PHOSLIME and get. ;
business in Jacksonville Tuesday.Rev. to Starke Sunday.and visited
1 i att, Verdie and Frank Stokes and Wilbur Mrs. W. P. Birt, of Louise, spent I
4 Brown. T. B. Lawrence was transact- Sunday with her mother here. relatives. results. We carry PHOSLIME in stock. :
ing business in Jacksonville Tuesday. Mrs. J. D. Baxter was shopping in
, 44 Mrs. H. S. Miller made a business On Wednesday, Nov. 15, Miss Ethel
PRICES F. 0. B. STARKE FLA. IN BAGS ,
Postmaster R. B. Jackson was a bus- Alachua last Monday.The ,
trip to Jacksonville last week. Hicks and Willie C. Hunt were quietly -
., iness visitor to Jacksonville Wednes-I children and near relatives of
B, E. Brown shipped a car of hogs married at the home of the, bride's I
[.I l to Jacksonville Saturday. day.Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hicks. Mr. H. C. Surrency met at a family II I CARLOAD LESS THAN CARLOAD iI ..
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I M. E. Edwards, of Gainesville, reunion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I I
Mrs. N. H. Stokes visited her daughter and'ahost
Both people
was the guest of relatives in Lawteylast are popular young P. M. Barefoot, Mr. Surrency's young- i L 89.62 Per Ton SI 1.10 Per Ton f
Mrs. Eugene Douglass, of Ellis- of friends here and elsewhere I
Friday. est daughter, last Thursday and cele-
, ville, last Saturday and Sunday. wish them a pleasant journey through I $
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Prof. N. W. Hall and Furman Stokes Miss Crouch, a trained nurse, who life. brated his seventy-second birthdaywith Place your orders NOW as prices will be advanced t
has been at the home of Mayor and a bounteous spread. Although Dr.
made a business trip to Worthington Sunday, November 19, at the homeof
t.j Springs last Saturday. Mrs. W. F. Godwin for the past two Rev. John Mullady, Miss Dora Philips, of Worthington, was the only ; January 1st. .
weeks, returned to Jacksonville Tues- one present" out side of the family," "
Our school is progressing nicely under Dean and R. E. Summers were mar I i :
j :Ia '. the crowd was too large to be seatedat
; the management of Prof. N. W. ried. They left Sunday afternoon for
+l i There will be preaching"services at I dinner in the dining room, so it was N. B. HULL Iii'
& Hall as principal and Miss Kate Douglass their future home near Gainesville :
; 1 as assistant. the Lawtey Baptist church next Sun- I I Mrs. Summers is well and favorably spread out on the lawn. Everyone
day, both morning and evening by the present wished "Uncle Henry" as he III
: .i Mr. D. L. Clyatt made a business known, being an accomplished musi- STAUK E, FLA.KTlil .
I'' to Bell Alachua pastor, Rev. W. L. Overstreet. I I is called, many more birthdays each 11-1
\ trip county, one day cian and ardent church worker. She
Mr. A. Rosenberg came over from I year.
week. This was Mr. Clyatt's first trip
has a wide circle of friends. Mr. Sum- ---- --
.. in his Ford and he had "tough luck." Alachua Monday to vote in the town mers has a host of friends here, he -- -

His car gave way and he had to return election. having been conected with the Sun- ...
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Rev. R. 0. Wright will fill his
I home without it. Hope he will not reg- day school work, dramatic 'club and ," -.. ... .:.."IOi
ular appointment at the Raiford M. ;.
have any more such luck. church work here. The best wishes of lMMV'W VMMIa gj ... CoPJrlPftll'"
E. church, South, next Sunday.Mr. I ':;:;::" .... ....
.ltJaeI4Ir.
Dr. J. E. Maines, of Lake Butler,
I friends will them \
i attended church here Sunday. E. E. Burney was transactingbusiness many through life. accompany Slip a few Prince Albert
in
C. II. Harrison and family, of Starke Tuesday. On November 15, a .social
supperwas
Worthington, visited in our burg Sun- Mr. J. C. Robinson, representing.the I given at the home of Dr. and Mrs. smokes into !
day. I Starke Telegraph, was in Lawtey Sat- oursYstem
urday. :Middleton, the occasion being the

I The annual election of officers for birthday of Mrs. Middleton, who was r You've heard '
LAWTEY. kept in ignorance of the affair until ..' many an earful about the Prince Albert ,.
the town of Lawtey was pulled off last .
i I Monday. Every office where there was the supper had been prepared by patented process that cuts out bite and parch and lets you

Miss Florrie Terry is spending a few more than one candidate was hotly friends. Mrs. Middleton was shoppingin smoke your fill without comeback! Stake your bank roll that .,

I weeks with relatives and friends at contested for, as the friends and can- Starke and returned shortly before it proves out every hour of the day.

Macclenny.Mr. j didates of each were out in full force, 6 o'clock, to find the dining room bril- Prince Albert has been
I always sold
I and used their effort from liantly lighted and a sumptuous sup-
P. J. McCullough, of Jacksonville every early
spent Sunday at the home of 'morning until sunset. The vote follows per prepared, and a host of friends without coupons or premiums. We RJ NEE t

Rev. and Mrs. T. B. Lawrence. 1 : waiting to welcome her. After sup- prefer to give quality 1There's I '

Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, of For l\Iayor-W. F. Godwin, 42; B. L. per had been served the evening was ','

Starke, were visitors to Lawtey last Blanchard, 27. spent in the parlor in an informal so- sport smoking a pipe or rolling '

Sunday. '*. | For aldermen-A. M. Blanchard, 40; cial. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. your own, but you know that you've

Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Roberts, of ,,0. L. Thomas, 31; R. R. Thede, 16; J. Mrs.Harper, Mr. and Mrs. Durden, :Mr. and to have the right tobacco 1 We tell got It LBERT
Lacy Wynn, :Mrs. Rawley McDon- you
Starke, were visiting relatives in Law- C. Cone, 53; Enoch Griffis, 45.
' tey Sunday. I' For marshal and collector E. E. ald and Bugg, Misses Hunt, Pinhol- : Prince Albert will bang the doors wide '

.. Mrs. Robt. Dees, of Glenn St. Marys, i Burney, 34; L. L. Sapp, 34; A. J. Lowery ster, and Middleton; Messrs. Watterson open for you to come in on a good time
Greene, Witt, Scotten and Nimmo.W. the national smoke
. joy
was visiting relatives near Lawtey last 1.For. firing up every little so often without .
H. Griffin a
Saturday and Sunday. I Clerk, treasurer and assessor- a former citizen of ,

Mr. J. King, of Jacksonville, is L. H. Hill. 53. Hampton, but until recently a residentof regret! You'll feel like your smoke past ;:Y

spending a few days with relatives in ;, As will be seen from the above fig- Leesburg, has moved with his fam- has been wasted and- will be sorry you cannot '" ':

j and near Lawtey.I j ures Burney and Sapp tied for the of- ily to his residence here, and will make ,.T- back up for a fresh start.
this his future home. ? .1
and Arnold Crews fice of I
I Mrs. and chil- marshal, and as there were several -
dren of Jacksonville, Sunday I tickets thrown out B. S. McCain is out again after a .:
were guests on account of brief illness. You swing on this say-so like it was a tip to a.
T and Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Reason -''I'J too many being voted for, the official thousand-dollar N
bill I
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worth that
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1 1 Lastinger. ( count by the board of aldermen will -'y'" f .

. Mr. Henry Dinfielder, of the firm of have to decide whether and when there LAKE BUTLER.Miss and contentment to you to every man {

C. I. and M. Din fielder Co., commis- I will be another election held. D who knows what, can begotten f
sion merchants of New York The board of I
for
City, was I aldermen 1917 will
Chase of '
Lake
Ophelia City, I1 out of a chummy '
the guest last Sunday at the home of be Charles Dinkins, Enoch Griffis, A. was the pleasant visitor of her grand- D I 1 14 111 /;:

Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard. I M. Blanchard, J. C. Cone and G. W. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carlton, near '" 11111 111 jimmy pipe or a makin'scigarette >.

I Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Woodley, of Brown. The inspectors and clerk of 114' 1 4 i with ., ,.:?

Jacksonville, were guests last Sunday the election were J. E. Brown W. M. here.Dr. +
E. W. Frazee, of Live Oak, was II11uu1111111 U Prince 'Albert for"packing" ;;;'
of Mrs.'Woodley's parents, Mr. and Redding, A. H. Harley and Albert in town Friday.

Mrs. J. E. Wilson. Moseley.Tax Hiss 0 g111i11u1 !
Louise Sanders spent Sundayin y
Rev. Gaines, of Jacksonville, was a Assessor N. D. Wainwright, of Kaiford with friends.Mr. \\\1U 1 '4R ,
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I.J.RETNOIDS TOBACCO CO. red
visitor to Lawtey last Sunday. Starke, was a visitor to 141'1,1;1 ERt $1 =
Lawtey one H. J. Stewart and family were il A S W:HM-Stka. M..CTUi r rae6 a K
Rev. R. A. Carmine, District Super- day last week. 1 '' Albert D :
visitors to O"N 4a-i'
Lake City Sunday.Mr. ta Oil mmeridiofthettdy aruln'aat '
intendent of Jacksonville at Messrs. T. J. Terry E. E. 11 A r '
preached Burney, J. W. Townsend shipped 3,000 F 1 JI oaiGrneMd f
the Grace M. E. church last Saturday A. 51. and Robert Blanchard attended pounds of to (I t1
Jacksonville Fri- .
pecans r J rsa419o7.
: evening, and both morning and evening the Alachua county fair at Gainesville b + 1,1 "i1 1 G1 th.t the United 9 :x
': on Sunday. On Sunday afternoon \\tdnesday.! day.Editor i meat fen(rioted a W tJi-
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A. G. Powell was a visitorto 1 QOU IC16 procewmade. b y which prince
he preached to quite a large congregation Mr L H. Hill was transacting busi- ?,+ Mdp .ertrAkNa!
i Hampton last 1
ness in Starke Saturday.Rev 1 ,,, ,, tfuot c+xh uu at omt
at Saxton. This will probably be. Tuesday.Mr. \ whentobaceouaddlu
Kendall and family an 'i" ,,, Q111
;. his last visit to Lawtey. He has servt W. E. Davis, of Starke, was a enjoyable day at spent ,,,, + PrinaAibatnr _
Worthington Springs IIId11
ed his time limit of bushess visitor to I11 mt cvrndauaUII
six years as Dis- Lawtey Wednes- cur.day. i l red datl0r MX1111
trict Superintendent of the Jacksonville + ponnd.adh -
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day.Mrs. Mrs. R. L. Honniker left
Monday 11 1 i1
t district faithfully. He is a great I, Colon Miller was a visitor to for Hampton where she is teaching a 11
.t whamldw
: preacher and a powerful man of God. Starke Wednesday. class in music.

N;i and he will be greatly missed here, as I*. G. W. Brown was a visitor to Miss Marguerite Duncan made tep.1toU
c .
f. his quarterly visits have been eagerly Mixville Monday. pleasant visit with Miss Carlan Tol- 1 +liuu Sihny

looked forward to with much interest. # > **
t1 ; bert at Lake City Sunday.Mr. ms .
I t Miss Lavonia Green, of Stlrkppent Pile Cored In 6 to 14 Days and Mrs. Dennison have gone

r. several days last week here at the Your druggist will refund money If PAZO to Alachua, where tkey will make their
"t. ; home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and OINTMENT lifls to cure any cue of Itching. future home. T
BIiDd.BkrdiDI'orProtrudinl'Piles in 6to1/dare.
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Mrs. Henry Bennett. The first application give E*.e and Rest. SOc. Mr. E. P. Wilson, of Gull Point, is
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