Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 1, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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AUS. DIPLOMAT The little folks of Starke and Bradford countyare ,.

invited to let Santa Claus know what they want

!,1t SAFE PASSAGE GEN. VILLA through the columns of the Telegraph. The letters HERFLAGFLWGERMAN .

will be printed in the Christmas edition, which is to .

SERIOUSNESS OF NEWS As pretty much everybody reads the Telegraphwe FOR MILLER IN SWAMP AN AMERICAN STEAMER v.
;j '* are sure Santa Claus will not miss the letters A

OF GREAT BRITAIN IN from the little folks.
''f I" THE CIVIL WAR WILL BE and address letterto
BROUGHT UP. Write briefly and plainly your BY NEGRO IN FIGHT. HAUL DOWN OLD GLORY.

et 1Ii'. CITED AS A PRECEDENT. "Santa Claus," in care of the Telegraph, Starke, I 3

't' --- EL PASO, Nov. 27.-Private mes- Fla. Be sure to write soon, because the letters must I WAUCIIULA, Nov. 27.-Reports PARIS, Nov. 28.-(Censored)-A

'1)i WASHINGTON the British, Nov.government 27.-The refusal toy sages tonight say that Villa is pro- reach us by December 12th to into the issue of reaching here late tonight indicated I Madrid dispatch by wireless announcesthe
f. of ceeding north and is in control of Chihuahua go I that a posse of citizens from arrival at -of the crew of
dot grant safe conduct Austro-Hungarian to Count Tarnow- City, which General Trevino December 15th, and this is the issue that they must other towns in this vicinity had sur- the American steamer Chemung, torpedoed
l ambassador -
aka, the new is supposed to have abandoned and to rounded the in which it is believed in by a German sub i
Ir c is expected to start another be southward. be printed in because we are going to print a beautiful I swamp I marine. The commander .gave the !i t
proceeding ; a negro named Miller, who killed
the entente
m if controversy with j crew only few minutes to abandonthe
1':1': The unfavorable action of England picture of Santa Claus and a lot of things about Deputy Sheriff J. II. Wiggins last vessel, not Allowing them even to I y

a-J was an unpfeasant surprise to Wash- JUAREZ, Nov. 28.-For the first Christmas in this number of the paper. night, is hiding. Miller shot and fa- take their money and papers. -
ington officials. time since the report gained circula- tally wounded the deputy when the The submarine towed the lifeboatsin

tOI! The action of Great Britain in the tion, a Carranza official late today admitted i latter attempted to hold him up and which thec rew were placed to within r

Mason and Slidell incident during the that Trevino possibly was forc- -- -- -. -- --- - j arrest him at Pasco river bridge af- five miles of the coast, where it + ?
i v. civil war will probably be cited as a ed to evacuate Chihuahua City. He I Jter Miller had killed Isham Smith, another abandoned them. '

k.,... *:"*... precedent. It was expected that Eng- declared, however, that the retirementto CONGRESS WILL% STARKEGIRL negro, at the Pettway turpentinestill The Chemung went down with the r .
land would be the last power to deny Suaz was made temporarily and for near here. stars and stripe floating at her mast r

it_ 1.j the privileged character of a diplomatic military reasons. Wiggins was shot in the lower jaw, head. A lively incident preceded the
J.,,{ official assigned to a neutral nation Carranza headquarters'} here report OPEN64TH.SES- WINS HONOR IN the bullet ranging upward. He fell, I sinking of the vessel. The German I
d safe voyage. It was learned today reinforcements are on the way and are bleeding profusely. A deputy commander gave orders that the I'
8-. that the state department had not expected to arrive at Suaz and lead a negro American flag should be lowered and '
sheriff who with him seized the
,"A made formal request for the safe movement to Chihuahua City at once. was
a German sailors prepared to put them
nt conduct of the count, but only had They say General Gonzales will have SION ON DEC. 4 CANNING WORKMISS |officer's gun and opened fire on Mil- into effect. They met with stubborn t ,
. transmitted the Austrian request. In twenty-five hundred men when the ler, who took to the woods and escap- resistance on the part of the American r

the absence of an exactly fitting precedent garrison troops in Northwestern Chi- j i ed in the darkness. Bloodhounds were comander, Captain Duffy, and his crew l

':I'f, great care will be taken and the huahua arrive.A 1 put on his trail and a large posse of who refused to pull! down .the colors I
;I note handed to Ambassador Page will troop train arrived here last night PRESIDENT WILL DELIVERHIS BERTHA MOORE HOLDS; citizens was quickly formed to take saying that if the ship had to be sunk
before decision of the with one hundred Carranza troops on the hunt. It is not believed that
be awaited a up it would be with the flag flying.
.I v course is reached. board. No unusual excitement prevailsin the negro can escape. Wiggins was Captain Duffy maintained his ground

! :'" Juarez, but considerable concern is I'put on a train bound for Tampa for and so rapidly were the preparationsto k
: ;.t: J. So'BROWN HERE FOR SEASON. expressed along the border as to the PRESIDENT WILL URGE PASSAGEOF MISS MABEL CARTER IS WINNEROF t medical treatment, but died when the sink the Chemung made that fur '

I ..i _.___ fate of the Americans and other for- BILLS LEFT OVER FROM SECOND PRIZE-BOTH TAKING train reached Lakeland and his body ther discussion about the flag ceased, K 4
I : The week's arrivals included Jay S. eigners in Chihuahua City, whom Vila was brought back here for interment. and after the captain and crew had
to have threatened j
:r'. Brown, of Brown & Son, Starke. Mr. been taken aboard the submarine fired
t ;r of the strawberry massacre upon his capture of the city. a torpedo and three shejls' against
i f Brown is one pioneer PROCEEDINGS OF NOV. I I'
i brokers of Starke, but has decided WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. 28.-The Miss Bertha Moore, daughter of Mr. the side of the American slip. sendingher
i '; to divide the time with Plant City this PLANNING TO SAFEGUARDHOG opening session of the 64th Congress and Mrs. L. V. Moore, of Starke, has SCHOOL BOARD MEETING to the bottom.

i : I season, and probably will locate per- INDUSTRYBank will open on December 4. While the won a gold watch and chain and a Although angry at the action of the I
RAISING crush for admission will not be German commander, Captain Duffy ,
t manently in this city. He has exten- as course in domestic science at Talla-
I sive. property interests in the Bradford great as when the sixty-fifth congressis hassee: this being the county prize for Board Refuses the Request of said his men had l some measure of sat ;

I I." county capital, however, and therefore of Starke Will Make Important organized, with the induction into canning the largest number of cans of Raise of Salary For Five Mile isfaction in seeing the flag it the mast
office the of head as the wa\es finally engulfed the r
I jh his removal depends upon circumstances of first woman member tomatoes and writing the best essayon i
.". 3 ces. Announcement in Congress, the demand for tickets of canning work. :: And Other Schools. ship. |I. > ( ;
I ; Brown says the acreage planted admission already is so great as to This being Miss Moore's fourth yearas The'Chemunp was registered at New '
I :' in berries in the Starke section is not Telegraph's Xmas Edition leave no doubt that all seats will be a member of the tomato canning York and carried a crew ''f twenty-
'. as large as last year, but thec rop is occupied and there will be the usual club, she began with a set resolutionto Board of public instruction met pur- four. They found a place (n two lifeboats .

I as well advanced as in this part of the Aside from carrying a large amountof throngs left in the corridors to cla- win the county prize, if possible, suant to adjournment November 6th, and after a time on the open sea
state, and growers anticipate a very mor vainly for entrance. and thereby get the two weeks' schol- with all members present. were picked up by a Spanish steamer,
I successful season.-Plant City Courier. high-class reading matter appro- Reports that the president will send arship at Tallahassee. This resolution :: Minutes of last meeting read and ap which took them to Captain iI.
priate to the season the Telegraph's proved. Duffy has made a long report of the
his message to Congress instead of was crowned with success, for she has t
Christmas edition to be issued on De- The supervisor of Five Mile school incident to the American consul at I I jA
0. W. EAT CONTEST delivering it in person are without won the county prize and also the
cember 15th will probably contain the foundation. He will follow this year course in domestic science, and it is asked for a raise of salary for the Valencia, John F Putnam.. ; 11;'
teacher of Five Mile school. The -
Thirty-two Quarts of Oysters Con- largest amount of advertising ever his practice of former years and will probable that she may receive the not granted. request WOULD-BE ROBBER (AUGHT I'I'
go to the capitol in and read state prize, which will be decided in was .
in single issue of person f .
sumed by 32 Eaters a a newspa- Requests for increase of salary from A-
his message from typewritten slips to the near future. I 'f,7
this The advertisingspace other schools also not .
in granted.The
per the solons of both branches assembledin Her net products in cans of toma- were Frustrated by Officer Mos ley in At- :"'ri
J Last Friday evening, after the.con- is being eagerly taken by the the hall of the House of Represen- toes from her garden of one-tenth of patrons of Crest View school tempt of Robbing Car. '
clusion of their the business men of the county and our reported their school house furnished Jir'
_ regular meeting tatives. an acre, was 714 cans-these being the t "i
- local of Woodmen of the World readers will find the merchandisingnews and in readiness for a teacher. ;
camp Accurate forecasts of the messagesare number three size. She received for 'J
1 had their annual oyster supper at of great interest. now obtainable. It will be one of these canned tomatoes the sum of $88, The treasurer's report was receivedand Last Thursday night Sjw-cial Marshal It .
Rowand's Cafe. The time well that will his paid warrants checked up. Moseley, who lives near the depot,
was One of the advertisements the briefest presidential messages ever this amount being net after all expenses -
." chosen. The moon was in its last be of special interest to persons en- delivered, containing only about 2- had been paid, which were $34, The following bills'were approvedand heard a noise from the direction of 1.
. t quarter and in the sign of Virgo, and gaged in raising hogs will be an announcement 000 words. It is expected to include :. counting everything at just what it warrants General ordered School drawn Fund. for same: some freight cars standing on the

f the time was so far ahead of Thanks- by the Bank of Starke four cardinal recommendations, as follows cost, and her own labor at ten cents Edgar CramlinK Saxon ____________ 25.00 house track, and went over there to 4 ;t'
giving that the effects of the heavy about "Hog Insurance." When the Ar- : per hour. Besides putting up this Edgar Gramlinir do .________ 10.01 ''ff.
J. R. Keller Starke _____.____. 25.00 investigate. He found man in the :
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.: supper would not interfere with the mour packing plant was opened in 1. The completion of the programof number of cans, there was also quitea Bernice Parker Brooklyn ____.____ 20.00A.
eating of turkey on that day. Jacksonville a few weeks ago the tremendous railroad legislation as outlined in a number of jars of tomatoe pickles O. Jenkins Starke __ 55.00 act of trying to open tile door of a i:
_____._..______ 30.00S.
The resolute band, determined to do possibilities for making mon- special message last September when and chow chow. The variety of tomatoes M.. K.D. Kelley Paul do Lawtey _._____.__._. 50.00H. car with an iron pipe. Mr. Moseley .1 c ;
or die, who took possesison of the ta- ey from the business of hog raisingwas the great railroad strike was immi cultivated by Miss Moore were W. Bartley do _..._.______ 30.00 sneaked up to the man, grabbed and "

. 'bles in the cafe, numbered 32. As us- at once recognized by our far nent. This program includes such the old reliable Red Field Beauty, C.Ruth E. Jackson Kelley Thurston do ___ _____._________ 25.0 25.0''' I handcuffed him before he could make
ual Col. D. E. Knight set the pace with mers, but in discussing the possibilitiesof measures of legislation as may be necessary which made a fair sized crop considering I I A. A. Thomas Wateroak 25.0' : any resistance. Just thei\ two other
: F a quart of raw oysters, a quart of oyster the business it was always conceded to prevent strikes and lockouts the dry and cold weather with I I S. A. Draper Lake Butler __.__ 115.0 I men sprang out from between two t -
*Annie Haskel do ___.________.______. 70.0'
; stew, a huge plate full of fried oys- that some plan must be devised for until the government can make an investigation which they had to contend in the earlyspring. Annie Haskel do ----. 70.00: cars and ran northward along the
.::' ten, a bottle of catsup, a bottle of pep controlling hog cholera, else the busi- of disputes between em- I I Emily Fussell do _..._.____. 40.0' tracks, unheedful of the oficcrs' com F +.
] Fassell do ._.______ <0.0Margaret
: per sauce, a jar of pickles and a bottle ness would always be very hazardous.Mr. ployers and employes. The scheme Should Miss Moore win the state Cobb do 2 mo _____ 80.0' mands to halt. f.,
'I', .. of tabasco sauce. The latter condiment E. S. Matthews, president of the provided is somewhat similar to that prize, she will receive $100 and a free Clara Stewart do 2 mo _L.___ 80.00 Mr. Moseley brought his prisoner,
was taken for the sake of spur Bank of Starke, began at once to look contained in the Canadian disputes act trip to Washington, D. C. :I CTfford Louise Saunders Harrell do do__-___.-__-_--_ 100.01 80.W who gave his r.ame as Rest Wilson, to
ring up a flagging appetite, but even about for some means of immediate which prevents strikes and lockoutson Miss Mabel Carter, daughter of Mr. Ina Alderman do ----- 130.01: the town calaboose and notified Chief

the most valiant champion must desist relief for this discouraging feature of common carriers until a year has M. D. Carter, of the Wateroak section,I, Edna Edna Epperson Epperson do do __________.______ 40.01 40.01 I Kite about the escape of the other two
some time or other. The next best the situation. After much corresponding elapsed, in which there has been a gov- won second prize for similar work to :J. E. Moore do __.__._ 60.01 men, which were thought loto.\ acces-

man was Judge Geo. A. Gardiner, who on the subject he believes he hasa ernment investigation\ and a complete Miss Moore's, and has accompaniedher S.J. A.E. Draper Moore do do _____.__.____._ 115.01 60.01, sories of Wilson Mr. Kiih telephoned '
consumed two quarts of bivalves, with plan that will put the hog raising publication of the findings.. to the Woman's College to take Cecil Howell Union Chapel .___.___._. 25.01,. Marshal Sapp, of Law 'y, to look '
coffee, crackers and a loaf of bread. business on a safe basis and begin the 2. The passage of the Webb bill to the scholarship course in domestic. D.Vera W.Surrency G. Martin Davis Brannen______.___ 40.0 35.01(I out for the men. Mr. StiPp caught

He had sharpened his appetite with a development of this industry into the permit American manufacturers to science. I Steve Lewis Zit _____._____ 30.00A. them at
,. fox hunt during the day. After the biggest money crop that Bradford combine to maintain selling agencies To Miss Moore and Miss Carter the. J. Griffis Boatdrain 65.01 I Starke. : r
P. H. Terry Lawtey ________._ 80.01
upper each member lit a fragrant "A. county has ever had. The final details abroad which will enable them to compete Telegraph extends their sincere con Helen Terry do _____._____ 40.01 The prisoners t
t P. H." cigar as a consolation for his have not yet been completed, but Mr. with foreign monopolies. gratulations. Mattie Staisby do 40.01 the county
__ __ .
inability to eat more. Matthews thinks everything will be 3. The completion of the conserv- Rose nerniee Hull DeSha do do _. __. 40.01. they were ('
a The bivalves consumed by the 32 ready for a complete announcement in ation program by passing bills left BAPTIST CHURCH.The ftawie McGruder Johnstown ____._ 40.0( Judge Gardiner. l
Woodmen N. G. Hall Brooker __.___ 35.01 for further ; :.
amounted to eight gallons, the Telegraph of December 15th. over from last session. M. H. Hayes do _______ 17.50
;: which averages one quart for each Briefly stated, he has found a manu- 4. The passage of a federal corrupt pastor preached in the morninglast Truby Pinholster do ____.___ 17.5( men, who gave
laan. Some newcomers who had not facturer of vaccine and virus who is practices act that will have "teeth" in Eunice Haien do 40.01 Francisco and 11.
Sunday to a fairly good au- Olira Ward do _.._-..-_..._. 40.0
{; yet acquired the sturdiness of old willing to send an expert here to vaccinate it, to take the place of the existing dience. The evening hour was given Loca Johnson do .__.__.___ 40.01 be only hoboes, l
it;2 hands, could consume only a pint each, the farmers' hogs and learn the weak and non-enforceable measure. Columbia C. E. Crosby Thomas ______ 50.Q0Ella and waiting to
to College program. ____
over 35.01 I
but the veterans helped them out in a farmers how to vaccinate, charging on- The first of these measures-that There was a full house and the ex- Minnie Philips Little Springs ___ 20.00. ing train, and j -
noble.and self-sacrificing manner. Theoccasion ly fer the vaccine and virus. The hogs having to do with strikes and lock ercises well received. The offer- Gertrude Thomas do __ 40.00 from custody.
were Delia Belmy do _____.__._. 40.0C
'i was a success, like all prevIOUS are to be guaranteed immune from outs-is the one on which the presidentwill ing of the college amounted to $30, A. B. Shaw do ___-----........ -60.0C
..- ones of the same kind held by cholera for the period of one year. A place the greatest stress in his and above We desire to Leacy Harris do 2 mo _____ 70.00 )
over expenses. _______.__ 90.00 .
- the K. M. Knight Raiford
> Woodmen of the World. rote will be taken for the vaccine and message. He will urge that the Adamson thank all who in any way contributedto Ruby Wise do _.______.___ 40.0
b The following constitute the membership virus; payable at the end of the year. eight-hour law, which was passed the of the and to Lewis Taylor do ____._.____...._ 40.0C Sunday !
success program _.............
.... f. J. of this flourishing camp: M. The farmer will be out nothing until hurriedly at the close of the last session the public in general for their interest Mrs.Nannie R. Andrews H. Weaver do do ____ 40.01 40.00 Mr. John ./
.'{ McRae, B. Wells, D. L. Rigby, E. F. he has had his hogs guaranteed for a is the first step in the programand attendance and contribution. Sadie Dowling do __ 40.0C rabelle Gordon life.'M
,I.. Chase, Geo. A. Gardiner, J. C. Robinson full year against cholera. If they die that the other bills must be pass Besides entering into the Union E.Leon R. Thomas Poppell Long New River Bridge __ 45.0(1 35.00L. ( wedlock at the I
J. P. Robinson, J. W. Morgan, of cholera in the meantime the debt is ed to make it complete. International Thanksgiving service at the Presbyterian H. Futch and wife Rising 85.0, mother, Mrs. C.

; 1i J .E. Miner, R. 0. Daniel, F. C. Hol- cancelled, but this is not all. Mr. Mat- questions will be treated with extreme church Thanksgiving morning, N.Kate W.Douglass Hall do Miller___________ S5.0C 60.0C. ford section, Jii l
., unmorth, B. M. Dowling, A. I.. Al- thews believes thaiThe will be able to brevity in the president's message. Essentially the services on next Sunday morning, Carl Staff Pine Hill B0.0, formed the
''; Wtt. Morgan Darby R. A. Weeks the to it will be dealing Edna Baxter do _._ 85.00
I : arrange for guarantee carry a message' will be an occasion of Thanksgiving.The ___. 45.00Mrs. : wedding had l"
I ;' 1{ TV.1. G. Green, Geo. *.. Massey!': J. N. payment for the hog if it dies from with domestic problems and if foreign public is cordially invited. The Albert. Bynum Dnbose Perkins Randolph Fnteh S5.0C I unostentatious t
till. WMly, B. C. Scarborough, R. C. Hess, cholera within the period of the guar- complications should arise that demand usual services at night. Lillie Crosby Sampson City 35.0: the contracting !
1Z. ____ 150.00S.
" 't 4 > A.nT Hess, G. 1. Cowart, R. R. Tison, antee. This is one of the details that congressional action they will I Sunolia. S. Dowling Vaughn Starke do 2 mo 250.00. their friends
: t b.E ; u Silcox, F. L. Turner, Walter Sil- is at present the subject of corres- be treated in-a special message. : Delle Stroman do .. ._ 130.0(1( to see them
fq., ; .toijW. W. Baisden, D. T. Clark. E. pondence. If this provision is included The president will appeal to Con- that will be required to run the gov- E. C. Warren do __ 140.0C I least 200
fiscal Bradford Co. Telegraph pub trees report
:l gas, J. R. Bryan, J. F. Colley, in the contract then it will be complete gress to take up the problems suggested ernment during the next year, ._______ &, 2.0 I Mr. Addison !
;t, ':rtB.A.l' Kelly, W. A. Kelly, H. L. Tillis, hog insurance. Of course', the in his message, especially the railroad beginning July 1, 1917, and ending makea Francis Clark Starke 2 mo _. 100.0C 80.0(: farmer and will : ;
estimates Alma Clark
t" Gnffis, M. Parker, A. C. Sydbo- farmer will be required to make proof problem, without partisanship, to June 30, 1918. These and Emma Darby do _..-._-_--...--..-. 100.01 I John Addison,
'f:;: H. Baumstein, D: Mitchell, Al- that the hog died of cholera, but the work out results that will be fair to volume as large as a dictionary Mrs. O. L. Stuck do --. 100.0 u(: eration. The
that will ..._..... 100.0Mildred
Wt call for total appropriations Mm. J. C. Poppeu do ----
.f!. | boas, Dan Sasser! H. M. Chas- making of this proof will be arrangedfor all parties concerned and for the best history Crosby do 70.0(I heart of his 1
tafD. C.-N. Cooper, Elmer Lazone, D.hi' so that everybody concerned will interests of the country. be by all odds the largest in the R. A. Green Hampton 70.0(: excellent ].
E. the bulk of .. .. 40.0(
Kwjht T' of the United States, Ada Nimmo do
J. Griffin McAdoonow
T. N. Lim- be amply protected. Secretary of the Treasury to the of the couple \
'i';: J. A. Howe B. C. Willis, Errol Watch the Telegraph of December has in his possession the complete the increases being attributed 4.) happy married
: 'I Aharex, T. J.Alderman! R. P.I&ttox.. 15th for full announcement. treasury estimates of appropriations preparedness program. I Continued on Page "




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NOT THE SPEEDER'S. TO MAXIMUM. years past has been very active fctfT''
work of the Baptist church ?
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Many drivers of motor cars show Shipments From Plant City Amountto hams is a prominent attorney of o]l

:' TION COMPLETED BY SECRETARY daily that they know little of the legal CAUGHTINGRIPOFTHEGERMANS About Twenty Cars Daily- the town legislature, representing last Bradford wnnt,in'

rights of the highway. term, and fo at
They are not aware that the courts Fruit is Fine. present mayor of Starke. s
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have Mr. Williams has purchased Wall
determined the
loosa counties-W. A. McLeod. superior right be- -- a .
on Cherry street, and If
longs to the pedestrians, not to the immediately :
'Fti Third district, Walton and Holmes The packing houses in Plant Cityare ter the af" -
in vehicle.Notwithstanding ceremony the
riding lumpy
person a
HAVE SENT IN counties
: now operating practically maxi- went to housekeeping.
A. L. Beach __________________ 614 this is the law and ---- mum capacity, at least the day forces, and Tfceir frieada' j:;, ;
, relatives
John T. :Moore _______________ 1,828 has been announced emphatically by GREECE FORMALLY DECLARES and shipments of oranges and grape- handsome presented them r l ,
: : Figures Give Catts a Plurality courts-motor drivers seeing a pedes- many presents which 'iff! :
F Fifth district Liberty, Franklin and fruit now average twenty cars, a day, be useful in their .
trian about WAR new
to the street half ON BULGARIA : :
of Wakulla counties-H. L. Oliver. cross a Sundays excepted. The five houses in :
; 9,203 -One Republican Sixth district block ahead of them, when the pedes- the number were: an exquisite .
countyJ.L. the Seaboard Air Line send-
yards are
i ,w in Legislature. trian continues on his way, toot their Haviland china from Col. and Mrt j. ;
Sheppard. PARIS REPORTS PROGRESS FOR ing out about twelve cars a day, and E. Futch and chest
horns sharply at him, the meaning be- a of silver
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+ Seventh district, Polk county: those the
along Atlantic Coast Line
I! CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT Oscar M. Eaton ______________ 2,380G. ing: "Get out of the way! This is my I tracks pack two-thirds as much. The The Telegraph Limba gb f

i E. Southard ______________ 476 road, not yours. Stand back! You HALTED BY RAIN. largest pack at any one house was by extends coEmtoli. i
r tions
and best wishes for
EXEMPTING \\ PROPERTY may go on after I have passed! Mr. and f
Ninth district, Hernando Pasco and Daniels & House, who: sent out five Williams "
{ It does not occur to the driver that a long and hapy wj'
FROM TAXATION CARRIED; Citrus counties-John E. King. solid! carloads one day. t tDOX'T
he can stop. BERLIN, Nov. 28.The of
i LEGISLATIVE REAPPORTIONMENT Eleventh district, Hillsborough and The quality of the fruit is much
Pinellas counties-Doyle E. Carlton. This is expected of the person on ,. squeezing Roumania between the jaws better than ten days NEGLECT YOUR LD. :

: + AND NEGRO SUFFRAGE Thirteenth district, consisting of foot, though the driver of a motor car of the Teutonic military machine is especially being more ago fully theoranges matured, ..it II

i DEFEATED DECISIVELY. s. Dade, Brevard St. Lucie, Palm Beach, may be several hundred yards from proceeding with notable rapidity. better flavored and exhibiting more Neglected colds get worse, instead '
the crossing, bearing down it at 30 Pushing eastward after their
i I and Broward counties-W. L. Hugh- captureof color. of better. A stuffed head **
j Ij 1 ____ I miles an hour while the pedestrian is Cralova and the conquest of Little a tight I
i ) TALLAHASSEE, Nov 24.-Not until lett.Fifteenth district Bradford countyA. actually upon the crossing, and is Wilachia, General von Falkensen's The movement is expected to centime chest must le relieved at once. Dt.
at the present ratio well into Bell's .
.. the wcrtUr:? tf state Wednesday D. Andrews. tooted at by way of warning to stop troops have broken the Roumanian re- Plant the I Pine Tar Honey is natm,
holidays.- Courier.WILLIAMSPACK. .1
t o morning received from the canvassing Seventeenth district Suwannee ?- and retract 1 JjJa itepg! while the motor sistance in the valley of the lower Alt I City remedy. Honey and glycerine heal .
; 4 :-' board of Lafayette county their ofl-I flashes by.There and apparently already have turned the irritated membrane, antiseptic(

c cial returns, was it possible to give J. :B. Johnson ________________ 962 must be very much more consideration this supposedly strong line of defense tar loosens the phlegm, you breathe _

f out any complete returns of the election W. B. Wooley ________________ 327 by automobiles for the across Western Roumania, to easier and your cold is broken up.,
rights of foot, and particu- which the Roumanians had retreated.A Pleasant to take Dr.
r ,, November 7. The absence of these Nineteenth district, counties of Or- persons on Bell's Pine Tar
u t returns prevented the board canvass- larly children, who take chances that crossing of the Alt in this region is On Thursday the twenty-third inst., Honey is an ideal remedy for
ange, Osceola and Seminole-G. W. I at four p. m., Mr. Joe Hill Williamsand children ".
ing Jhsofficial returns Monday after- Crawford. grown persons avoid. reported by Berlin.Concurrently Miss Mary Pack were united in as well as grown-ups. At your dm*. I
The law and the law of the Field Marshal von
,_ noon as had been announced. The Twenty-first district, Levy countyJ. speed marriage by Rev. W. G. Law, of the gist, 25c. ((1)I ) >
highway must be observed by automo- Mackensen operating the other jawof
j body adjourned Monday afternoon to W. Turner. Baptist church. ...
meet week from Saturday to make biles. the nut cracker, has forced a pas- I
a Twenty-third district, Lake countyW. The J :
: 1 the official canvass, because one or M. Igou.Twentyfifth. The driver should always slow downat sage of the Danube near Zimnitza, giv- marriage was very simple and I Definition of a Drop
j more of its members will be out of district, Washington, crossings when pedestrians are in ing him a footing on Roumanian soil quiet affair, and only the immediate In the British Pharmacopoeia! e
town until then. view, and particularly when the lightis twenty-five miles in the rear of the relatives were present; however, a "drop" is defined as coming from t
Calhoun and counties-C. C.Ia
f. The information given below is com- this. Bay poor, which is especially the case in Danube and between the AH line, great deal of interest has centered in tube of which the external diameter U
.. the late winter and which touches the river Turnu- this marriage as both contracting parties exactly three millimeters 20
i .. plete and official and the official can- Twenty-seventh district, Manatee fall spring at just near 0 mch
the hour when in The are so well and favorably knownin drops of water at 15 degrees .
i. vass is not likely to make any changes ,and DeSoto counties-A. M. Wilson. city and country Magurela. landing at Zimnitza Centigrade
1. IH..! in the figures given, because these are Twenty-eighth district, county of thousands are returning home from also places von Mackensen but seventy Starke. The bride is a refined arid beIng equivalent to one mfflflltw *&
J based on the official returns from each I 1i Volusia: the day's work, not at the height of ]miles from Bucharest to the north- cultivated young lady, belonging to an er cubic cei.tirreter.. |

'I county. J. E. Alexander __u__________ 1,718 their mental or physical alertness. east.On - --- ---- -
1 Old Law Still in Force W. C. Smith __________________ 856 :Motor: car drivers should exercise the north end of the Alt line
I A The official canvass can be made any Twenty-ninth district, Baker and special care at such times though in where the Teutonic armies have been Groceries

:' ;, time within thirty-five days after the |
:i election, that law not having been Thirty-first district, St Johns coun- They have the use of the streets, further inroads on the Roumanian defenses -
t I amended on that point since the days not the monopoly of them-Capper's have been effected, according to and Goods
|ty-W. A. MacWilliam Dry
.1 when it took that long to travel from House of Representatives Weekly.CLEAR. Berlin, which records the capture of / / "uIuuIIIJIr/ / / :

Key West to Tallahassee by way ofE' Alachua-Frank Clark, Jr., Chris several villages. The Petrograd state-
New York. Matheson. BAD SKIN FROM WITHIN ment admits a Roumanian retreat here 5; _

The amendment to the constitution, Baker-C. F. Barber. On the frontier of Moldavia the Ger- t
; exempting from taxation the property ---- man report the repulse of a Russo-Ru- i
Bay-A. D. Weller. Saving time is important
.' of widows, was carried by a large ma- Bradford-A. S. Crews, W. G. Seals. Pimply, muddy complexions are due manian offensive movement in Gyer- just as -

; jority, but the other two amendments, Brevard W. H. Marshall. to impurities in the blood. Clear up gyo mountains.The 55 as saving money when i .

relating to the reapportionment of the Calhoun-(one)- the skin by taking Dr. King's New Roumanian forces operating in buying the necessaries of life. And .--:'

state as to legislative representation, John Clark ___________________ 348 Life Pills. Their mild laxative qual- te Orsova region evidently have retreated S i -
1 and the suffrage of negroes, were decisively I G. T. Crozier _________________ 308J. ities remove the poisons from the system into the mountains northeastof by making as many of your pur- : .

defeated. D. Trammell ______________ 404 and brighten the eye. A full, Turn-Severin, as Berlin reports II chases as possible in one place you I .- :
.. Governor Trammell led the entire Roumanian battalions there "cut off ,
Citrus-John Y. Barnes. free non-griping bowel movement in can accomplish both results :
from the main still proI ;.
ticket, receiving the highest vote cast Clay-J. S. Smith. army. They are
for any candidate. He led every congressional Columbia-W. J. Roebuck. the morning is the reward of a dose making stubborn resistance, the Ger- Ii vided you buy here. .
I ,_
of Dr. King's New Life Pills the night -
in his respective district. Dade-(one)- man statement says, but apparentlythey _;z: : .
' Trammell had two opponents, too, J. W. Watson 1,902 before. At your druggist, 25c. ((1) have no recourse but ultimate Our grocery department is '(
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I .4 while many other democratic nominees I J. B. Harris __________________ 490 surrender to escape extinction.
i had only one opponent, and Commissioner DeSoto-W. C. Langford. TIP__._ entente___u'n_ _advance__nn__ .in.. .Maredonia_______n I complete in every respect and our "',,;

of Agriculture W. A. MoRae Duval-Marion B. Jennings Telfair r. shows signs of halting. goods are always fresh clean and

. ... had no opponent. His brother,.!. D. Stockton. Full Supply of Paris reports further progress for i!! wholesome -our prices so low '
the Italians west of Monastir
Trammell, of Blountstown, ran as an but an-
Escambia-M. 0. Baggot, James M.
! ;1 independent against the democratic Johnson. COFFINS AND CASKETSAll nounces generally that operations have a that you could not afford to trade !

I j nominee for the legislature and was Franklin-R. E. L. Moore. been slowed by fog and rain. Berlin E elsewhere. I .'

i::1 elected in a three-cornered fight in Gadsden-Alex McPherson, S. H. declares the Italians were held in
Sizes and
I Calhoun Qualities check, and that efforts of the Serbiansto

f I T\\ The complete county. vote on the constitu- Storm.Hamilton-C. A. Stevens, W. M. Always on'Hand advance east of Monastir were re- _- In the line of diy goods we I

. tional amendments follows: Webb. pulsed. can supply your wants just <<:
I t*> Taxation The official statement from London, :

I f. For _____-___________________18,234 Hernando Hillsborough-A.-M. L. Dawson.C. Hamblin, Geo. PRICES REASONABLEJ. Paris and Berlin agree in reporting as readily and j just as satisfactorily < :

."J Against _______________-____12,864 H. Wilder. quiet The on provisional the Franco-Belgian government front. of ____ : as you. could wish.. 1'-..;.
Reapportionment -
Holmes-Charles R. Mathis.
; For .________________________ 9,346 JacksononeAmos )- C. CONE Greece, headed by former Premier Our stock contains all the >

Against _____________________18,096 E. Lewis ______________ 1,967 Lawtejr :-: Florida Venizelos, has formally declared war \ I variety you would find in I
I ,o -
SuffrageFor E. Harris ____________________ 1,897 on Bulgaria, according to news dispatches ,
_________________________ 9,371 JeffersononeD. )- from Athens. many stores selling dry :):

o Against -------______________18,558 H. Mays __________________ 479 I r. Advices from the Greek capital report goods !I: .

United States Senator B. J. Hamrick ________________ 457 General Insurance that any attempted force by the exclusively i:;:
Park Trammell ______________58,391W. Lafayette-McQueen Chaires. entente to obtain possession of Greek <

R. O'Neal ________________ 8,774R. Lake-(one)- I represent none but FIRST arms and ammunition as demanded by t / PN ;

1.. Goodwin ________________ 3,304 L. D. Edge __________________ 998 CLASS companies and will be the Greek government will be met with

Comptroller j, A. Hanson ________________ 878 constantly on the alert to pro- resistance. ", IIIUlI
.1 Ernest Amos _________50,016
-------- -(one)- mote your interests. Guarantee IIIIIIH BUY AT HOME F

*ij Wm. H. Northup ------______ 1,086 Francis W. Perry ____________ 708 courteous treatment to all pa- $40,000 IS SECURED BY ROBBERS

Angelo Leto _________________ 4,579 S. A. Lucky -________________ 307 trons. A well written policy bya FROM AN ERPRESS AUTOMOBILE

C. Luning State____TreasurerJ. _____________49,579 liams.Leon-John A. Scruggs, A. H. Wil- first-class agent in a first- CHATTANOOGA- % The dollar or dime you spend with at) _'

George E. Gay _______________10,607C. Levy-W. J. Epperson. class company sometimes means $40,900 estimated, Tenn., Nov. 28.- taya right here at home. .
was to have been r.la.t's4
L. Harter ________________ 4,232 Liberty-R. H. Weaver. much in case of loss by fire. stolen from r
a Southern Express Com-
State Supt. of Public Instruction Madison-B. E. Blanton, W. T. pany automobile transfer truck in A. M. DARBY
W. N. Sheats --______________52,138 Kemp. H. C. RICHARD, Starke Western the Starke Fla.b'lrn7ouI'., .
and Atlantic railroad ,
George W. Holmes ___________13,411 l\lanatee-one-- r .. yards- ,
nere by two white men who held up
Commissioner of AgricultureW. W. M. Taylor _____?-------__ 1,004 the driver, Fred Corneilson, who saysthe
A. McRae ------------____52,121 B. T. Paxon __________________ 248 I; bandits forced him to unlock
Chas R. Walker (on as indepen- Marion-W. J. Crosby, L. S. Light. COFFINS CASKETSAnd box containing approximately $100-a
dent in only five counties) Monroe two I
-( )- 000 in currency. The robbery took
S For Supreme Court Arthur Gomez _______________ 856 a full line of place in the heart of the business dis-

1ii J. B. Browne _______________43,350 John G. Sawyer ______________ 899 Undertakers' Supplies trict less than a block from the local

t f. R. F. Taylor ------ -_________35,837 E. E. Ingraham ______________ 645 office of the Southehrn Com-
. j E. Bly ___________=__________ 7,483 Nassau-D. P. Haddock, J. B. Stew- Always on hand. The best service The Express
pany. was in
at the lowest prices. Special money packages
I John M. Cheney ______12,593 art.
: F. W. Butler _________________ 212 Okaloosa-P. J. Franklin. attention to telegraph orders. up for shipment from various atL .,, tIS&JTankage -
Chattanooga banks to several South-
/1' J. L. Granger ________________ 5,254 Orange-Seth Woodruff, C. A. Rob- ern cities.
; ) For Railroad Commissioner Registered Embalmer
i erts. President T. W. Leary of the
I R. C. Dunn _______50,541 Osceola N. Southern "
----------- C. Bryan.Palm }
Express said
.7 A. J. Goble __________________ 8,266 Beach-(one)- DeWITT C. JONES Company, that the
amount stolen "a little .
.a 0. F. Schneider ______________ 3,911 H. C. Hood (Rep.) _----------_ 612 Suc'sr to G. C. Livingston & Co $40,000." Clerks was in the local more office than said (Blood and Bone) :);

J I Democratic Presidential Electors C. R. Phillips 556 Starke Fla. the .1-
---------------- missing packages of -
J. Turner Butler ____________55,984 Pasco-one-) paper cur- Guaranteed Analysis
rency were appraised at in the food, lasts well is
$40,900 and
Martin Caraballo ---------____55,384 J E. P. Wilson _________________ .12- --- receipts. Ammonia.....:,... .,....6'i% the finest known, soil _-,;:;

J. P. Clarkson -----___________53.682 Wm. E. Shaw ________________ 272 Corneilson Total Phosphoric Acid.... ISo builder )'
"i Frank Harris __---___________53.682 Pinellas-S. D. Harris. was quoted by city detec- 1 Pure, steamed bone 'f'
Milton H. Mabry, Sr ------____52,483 Polktwo( )- I. tives as saying that the bandits were cooked fresh from the As "Blood & Bone" .4
Will H. Price _______53,274 W. Reid white men, well dressed and of good f cutting tables, supplies Armour Tankage has 'i'
--------- Robson 2,358A.
J -------------- appearance. Corneilson made the first the phosphoric acid been familiar to
For Governor : J. Morgan ________________ 2,199 report of the robbery when he stag- a shown above. The am- grower fcr over 30 years every Ff.y

I Sidney J. Catts ----------_____39,546 I II C. F. Jester _________________ 334 gered into the express office at 8:30: 3' monia is from blood in -more' than 100,000 tons ;
I W. V. Knott ________30,343 W. D. Howells ________ fresh beef have
---------- Jr. -___ 358 o'clock. He said that at about 7:30 actually been used. 1l!
! C. C. Allen __________________ 2,470 Putnamtwo( ) ESPECIALLYADAPTED two men climbed on his automobile in thoroughly a tiaracook.* Many growers, who :srs
1 Noel A. Mitchell ______________ 191 ]Harry McKenzie __________ 803 "' the railroad yards and threatened him ed with the bone.ArmourTankage. temporarily prefer no- >-

Catts' plurality ____________ 9,203 Wm. G. Tilghman ____________ 961 ; with pistols. They demanded key is a potash goods, are wisely

I For Secretary of State (Charles T. Clark ______________ 335 FOR YOUR STATE to the wagon, which Corneilson a said superior, strictly pure turning ,again to ofthis
H. Clay Crawford ________ standard material
---- 55,904 St. Johns-F. M. Corbett, Wm. D. he them. Then product prepared with !
J. E. Junkins ________________ 1,117 (.Jrove.. gave they worked the 44 scientific accuracy by especially questioned crop-making
combination on a box containing. the value. '
For Attorney General St. Lucie-J. M. Swain. FREEOUR developed, care-

T. F. West __________________45.859 Santa Rosa-J. A. Brown, T. J. struck money him got what the head they and could carry, fully controlled pro- Get prices froM our
;. M. D. Macfarlane _____________11,925 Fenn. on disappeared. frt cesses. It is rich in nearest Agent and write x

A. D. Miller _________________ 4,993 Seminole-Frank L. Woodruff. Corneilson had a rifle in the automobile available, natural plant us for sample and leaflet'i. ,
at the time of the
robbery, but 1
t : For the state senate only senators Sumter N. J. Wicker. INSTRUCTIVE told detectives he made no attempt to .
C from the odd numbered districts were Suwanneetwo3I. ( )- CATALOGUE AND use it. Armour Fertilizer Works Y

t} chosen, those from the even numbered \ A. Best __________________ 1,080 Jacksonville Fla. .

districts being holdovers. In cases Cary Hardee _________________ 973 WEEKLYPRICE ........... i.... ...... '>[;
f; where there was a contest the vote is D. W. Wilson ________________ 310 LIST <'"I
a given. In other cases just the name Taylor-W. T. Cash. COMER L. PEEK :

', of the winner though there were a Volusia-H. C. Putnam David SEND FOR -f1'

11. few cases where scattering votes were Sholtz.; THEM TODAY. Florida Real Estate, Land and .

.:J..' cast for others than the democratic Wakulla-Nat R. Walker. .

nominee. This explanation holds good Walton(one)- I. Timber Expert.' SA

in the house of representatives as well. A. L. Anderson ______________ 892 INSEEDllJACKSONVILLE : ..
83 Experience at Start..r ..
,j. State Senators W. F. Hemphill ______________ 404 years .
First district, Santa Rosa and Oka- Washington-A. A. Myers. FLA. :..........................
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News of Florida in Short Paragraphs.


fci Live State News _n // ..jf'

. -... na jogjMM MM BBMKBMMMaMCSMaCg agiriMiM.iLJfTaCTCTl Opposing Ranks Will Test The I Authority to the commission to fix ) ) )

Told by Our Exchanges. .minimum as well as maximum rates. [) \ i

Adamson Eight Hour Law I Brotherhoods Oppose President '" L" []
' .' I. It is known that President Wilson ....
s f ARCADIA.-Cucumbers sold at a FT. MYERS.-Vegetables are mov- Passed by Congress. favors some of these measures, notablythe C! .
.li fancy price last week, the first shipmeat ing freely and eggplants and peppersare enlargement of the personnel and .1 f feo
it from this section being shipped in carlots. Other powers of the Interstate Commerce
;1\. hamper in New York ritymPepper crops look promising.ST. commission, but he has also taken a '

1 pers and squash are also moving free PROBE WROLE QUESTION stand in behalf of the roads and the f !!!@lJ'I
:;., ly. AUGUSTINE.-State laws now traveling public that brings him in direct -, 'f
require that each have accurate conflict with the brotherhoods t *]
:)!t.. county an I )
; RAILWAY BROTHERHOODS JOIN and the American Federation of Labor
i SMYRNA.-The completion county map. This is somethingthat iiiTIijJTeat r
jf NEW Okeechobee branch adds another has been lacking in St. Johns, in WITH FEDERATION OF LABOR I He has urged Congress to pass a law @>. BDUVAL
i: railway terminus to New Smyrna. Thisroad fact there never has been any author- AND GREAT EMPLOYERS' ASSOCIATION I providing for compulsory arbitrationof .
ized of the showing the labor disputes.The u
If was completed to Maytown about map EMPLOYING SOME
" roads and other details of interest. federation, by a unanimous vote
"t conection with the
'i a main year line ago,at Titusville.1 The commissioners have instructed 7,000,000 MEN, BACKS RAIL- has declared against this arbitration You cannot get the fOil, teat
provision, which would
t;; Seth Perkins & Sons to forthwith pro- ROADS IN THE FIGHT. make "illegalany

V: LAKELAND.-Actual- work was begun be ceed based to prepare on the such government a map township that will the railroad investigation strike of or the lockout merits priorto of value of fuel from a poor or

:I November 2nd on the interurban the case." The committee ,
maps and the details as to roads, rail- report just
: WASHINGTON, Nov. 28.-The stageis
; electric line which is to connect Tam- adopted at a convention in Baltimore,
roads and other information workedout | worn-out stove.
set for the greatest industrial
: and Lakeland. Several now .
City recommends
Plant "an unequivocal position
:::1 pa by the ,surveyors. The agreement conflict the American nation has ever
will be required to complete
i" months against compulsory institutions and
is.that the should be prepared at
known. Primarily dispute hingeson
: 't the work. in favor of the maintenance of institu- We handle line
' 1. actual cost, plus 15 per cent. the Adamson eight hour railroadlaw tions and opportunities of freedom." a of high- ,
'. but its ramifications are so far-
DADE Co-operative CITY.-Equipment Dairy is for arriv-the FT. PIERCE.-The heavy rains of reaching that it really amounts to a Labor again leaders subject declare wage-earners that "this to effortto involuntary grade heaters that insure fuel
battle between and
about two weeks ago did much damageto pitched capital
. and :Mr.: Tracey Dewey, sec servitude has aroused the
, daily
ing the St. Lucie-Okeechobee canal. A labor. One by one the railroads are
' retary of the organization says that dam suits in Federal courts to determined resistance of wage-earners and one of them
4 all equipment will be here within ten big had been thrown across the filing pre- I generally." They cling fast to the economy, any
canal a few miles east from the lake vent operation of the Adamson act.
The Dade City Ice, Light & proposition that labor unions at no
days. end to keep a sufficient amount of water Administration officials are preparing time should be will be ornament to
is now preparing to prevented from attempting an your
in the canal to flood the dredges.The I to combat the roads' legal move by a
to be used the to better their conditions by
milk depot by
build the
rains so filled the canal that the demurrer which will hasten the meas- the force of collective .
which will in bargaining.
dairy, work on begin a dam broke and all the machinery, pipe ure into the United States Supreme Great Labor Unions Join Forces home. }

few days. and other material necessary for the court for a decision on its constitu- The first move in a general poolingof
work of the big suction dredges were tionality. The railroad brotherhoods, labor
I to defend this
MIAMI.-Work is progressing in carried away, some pieces deposited I backed by the American Federation of osition was made in Washington prop-this You look at them bei r you ,
earnest on Dade county's portion of along the banks of the canal. Chief Labor, declare they will tie up the rail- week when amalgamation of the four
4 the Tamiami Trail. The big dipper Engineer Kindberg estimates the loss ways of the country with a paralyzingstrike railroad brotherhoods with the labor buy and back them
dredge has been completed, a crew for which falls on the Bowers Southern if their employers fail on Jan. organizations representing other lines of (Jf our .

it organized, and is working now on Dredging Company, at about $15,000. 1 to give them the eight hour day. of railway employment was affected. J 1
the throwing of rock onto the road- Bound with the railroad strike
up up This action, taken in advance of the guaranty of quality. @g
bed of the long highway across the controversy is the general transportation -
PETERSBURG.-Perhaps the meeting of Congress, means that all
Florida Everglades. "It has been esti- most novel and effective problem, which has been approaching employes of the railroads
advertising are now com-
mated that the highway will stretchout crisis for several D. :
a years. bined. C. Jones Hardware
issued by any local concern this seasonis For many years the brother-
the virgin land at the rate Both taken in Wash-
across questions were up hoods have ,
a series of miniature post cards'of fought their battles with-
mile week.PENSACOLA.Victor. this week when the Newlands
of ington
i a a Davista and the Pass-a-Grille hotel, out the assistance from the American
published by the St. Petersburg In- joint Congressional Railroad commis- Federation of Labor. By agreeing to Starke, FloridaB.
1 Carlstrom, vestment company. More than half a sion began a thorough investigationinto combine with the unions associated I
who recently broke the world's record million of them have been printed by the whole railway question. All with the federation, they formed one ,.
.. the interests involved in traffic
for a non-stop flight from New York the Curt Teich Company of Chicago, railway of the most powerful labor organiza-
., l' to Chicago, has arrived in this city to and shipment will be made within the -capital, labor and the consuming tions the world has seen.
test the new Curtiss airplanes, the next few days. The order was placed public are represented at the hearingsand The conference board openly plansto r
first of which arrived at the aeronautic through A. B. Archibald, and is, withan all of them are in conflict. resist the encroachments of union
station Tuesday morning. Carl- additional order for a large numberof Every Phase of Transportation labor and the eight hour day in in-
strom is attached to the Curtiss fac- new standard colored postcards, the According to Senator Newlands, the dustry. The meeting was promptedby Z. MATTHEWS
tory and is the expert demonstrator, largest purchase of such matter ever inquiry relates to every phase of the the great financial houses, which
whose duty it is to try out thirty ma- made by an individual concern in this transportation problem, the rail car- control not only the railroads, but the Artesian Well DrillerI
chines recently purchased by the navy state. riers, the river carriers and the ocean telephone, telegraph, express, light-
for the station here. carriers, and the perfection of a more
department ing industris, and many large manu-
.' harmonizing system of transportation facturing institutions. It instituted a I have had twenty-four years experience in
JACKSONVILLE.-The organiza- embracing rail, river and ocean car-
ST. AUGUSTINE.-A very notice- tions of'the five Jacksonville companies riers, that will meet the demand of Interstate nation-wide battle of employers in opposition Well drilling in Florida.
able feature of the trains of the Florida of the Florida National Guard had as well as foreign commerce.It to the railroad eight hour dayon
East Coast railway passing gradually been reduced to a point the theory that once established on
relates and
to telegraph telephone
through here is the absence of smoke. the railroads the shorter working / guarantee to satisfactorily complete all
1 '* they were all below the mini- lines also, express companies and oth- r
hours will
all other
quickly spread to
All of the locomotives on this road mum peace strength Und the adjutant er public utilities. It embraces not industries. ,CONTRACTS===== 1
have been changed to oil burners and general was instructed to muster out only the subject of government control ,
travel is now robbed of discomfort of all companies that did not come'Up to and regulation of those utilities, Raiford Florida
flying cinders. In addition to the elim- the standard required by the new law. but also the wisdom and the feasibil- STUMP OPENS LARGE STORE. :-: .

ination of smoke is the elimination of To prevent this the officers and men ity of government ownership and the .fF
dust. The road is rock ballasted from made a four days' recruiting campaignlast comparative worth and efficiency of Mr. F. F. Stump, one of the leading -
Jacksonville to Key West, and the week to increase enlistments. The government regulation and control, as merchants of the county has openedup f.
cars roll smoothly without jarring the result was that they succeeded in sav- compared with government ownershipand a large store in the Townsend and .
passengers. oing two companies out of the five operation. McKinney block, between the restau- 4E k
and a platoon of one other. Had there Railroad representatives at these rant and the Overstreet Company. The j"
GAINESVILLE.-:Melinda:\ Ashley, been more time, it is thought that all hearings have outlined a programme store is in charge of Mr. R. J. Davis,
colored, residing in Spring Hill, died five of the companies could have been which urges the following measures: one of the leading young business men SMOKE
about 4o'clock Thursday morning from saved. A Federal incorporation law for interstate of the county and a son of Starke's -- -
burns received early in the night. She railroads.A popular insurance man, J. R. Davis.
was her enlarging the Interstate :Mr.: Davis understands the mercantile
doing week's ironing when measure
l\II.UII.-Lack of water in the har- aI
her clothing caught from the furnace, bor here at present will prevent the Commerce commission and creating business from a to z, and will have ALL PUREHAVANA
and before the flames could be extin- submarine flotilla of the Atlantic fleet regional bodies under it, with original some rare bargains to offer among his

guished by her husband, 'Isaac Ashley, from visiting this port during the com- jurisdiction in rate questions, subjectto large stock.A I I,
who rushed to her when he heard herscreams appeal by carriers or shippers to tnjj great deal of the stock is in the
ing winter to let-
season according a
she was frightfully burned, ter received by Secretary Livingstonof entire commission. building and more goods are arriving The popular cigar of the South. Made by the

and died after suffering great agony.In the Chamber of Commerce from Amendment to the act to regulate every day. The store will be quitean STARKE CIGAR COMPANYGeo.
his frantic efforts to save his wife, Rear Admiral A. W. Grant, comman- commerce so as to reduce to 60 days asset to Lake Butler's business interests -
Ashley was badly burned on the arms der of the submarine force of the At- the present period of ten months dur- and Mr. Stump expects to keepon
and hands. which the Interstate hand of the largest lines in this .
lantic fleet stationed at New London, ing Commerce one L. Massey, Prop. Starke, Fla. ,t
Conn. A letter was received several commission may hold a filed railroad section of the state.-Lake Butler

IT. MYERS.-Frank Rice has been days ago from Secretary of the Navy I tariff in suspension. Times. I .i

transferred from this city to tho Dade Josephus Daniels in which the secre- -- -_. .
county jail and the last two surviving tary stated that the submarines of the -- ".-. -
members of the Homestead bank rob- United States were due to visit Florida OAI 1
bers gang are in Miami awaiting trialon waters during the winter and that : ,,
the charges of murder in the first he would be glad to ask the comman- :4Qrk r i
degree made by the last Dade county der of the forces to instruct several of I Ii j
jury when true bills were returned the submarines to visit this port. 1

against Rice and Hugh Alderman, '' Hr
charging them with the murder of Will. : COUNTY r
and Allen Henderson and C. A. Williams i OCALA.-There came into the Star ; ..... .. :
at Everglades station during the I office Saturday morning Hayden Owena Ji
chase for the bandits following the 16-year-old boy, living four miles -t:
robbing of the Bank of Homestead on west of town on the Martel road, who AI

September 15th. the largest catamounts ever killed in 4
this territory. Hayden was out in the :. '. '1. t1I.
TAIPA.-To brought with him the skin of one of .
give St.
Tampa and
.Petersburg woods the other day, looking for squirrels -

tion dollar concrete, it bridge is structure planned direct over Old to interurban to meet Tampa build all a bay.connec-million A which less, when was than he trying ten suddenly yards to sneak of found the up big himselfin on cat a, Do Your Holiday Shopping in Jacksonville, December 5-6-7-8-9.

government bunch of and therefore did not
requirements will, it is estimatedat see the boy.quail Hayden had a single- No matter how good the stocks of your local l merchants, Reduced rates on all railroads entering Jacksonville will be 1

sum least require the expenditure of the barreled shotgun, loaded with No. 6 there are some things for the holidays that you will find it necesin effect. You can make the trip for less: money than usual. '

:' tare mentioned.been Preliminary plans shot, and without an instant's hesitation sary to buy away from home. These things you can get in The stores of Jacksonville will make special offerings; during the

B. Ladue, United approved States by Lieut. Col. W. I I fired, bringing the catamount Jacksonville' and it will be a fine time to shop for them while you fair. Their stocks are full and complete, and their prices right.

and the studies corps call for of two engineers down. The animal measured 44 inches are in the city for the great Duval County Fair. You'll be welcome, whether you buy much or little. I
spans of 1,000 feet from tip to tip and its skin was a t

the bridge light draft without craft each having to that pass to will beneath follow permit pretty catamount piece this of fur.boy This has is killed.the second : Soma cf the Features 'Which Make r the Duval County Fair An Event ofStateWide

the channel. A hearing on the sub-

; by ject the is government scheduled for the near future FORGET YOUR ACHES. I Interest and Inter-State Importance

.. Stiff knees, aching limbs lame back The Agricultural Exhibit of the United States Governrr.ent' will be Many exhibits of blooded animals from Florida and Cthfr Statu.f .
JACKSONVILLE.police of make life a burden. If you suffer in Jacksonville for the first time at a county fair. Covers 8.000 Tick-free cattle will be shown in comparison with infected Animals, and It
this city are probing the square feet of space costs $20.000.00 a year to maintain; expense of complete dipping vats exhibited with experts in attendance. ?See the p'g'
iF Mike Griffin, near Lackawanna.killing of from rheumatism, gout, lumbago, neu- bringing: to Florida $1,500.00. Every Florida farmer should see it. club porkers.! The boys are up and doing in Florida. j 'i
fin ralgia, get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment -

jent was into one the of woods a hunting Lackawanna party which the universal remedy for pain. "Made in Florida" For the Women-Folks! Fruits, Flowers, etc. All Good, Clean Fun I
near Easy to apply it penetrates without
Brings. Alone in the woods, with ; Scores of exhibits of machinery Art and needlework display*. Citrus and deciduous fruits. Floral Amusements: only of! the better
a: only hIs dog as a companion, Griffin rubbing and soothes the tender, flesh. engaged in converting Florida raw Girl's canning clubs in competition. displays will add color. Vegetables class. Local theatres .will! provide ,
iii was found terribly wounded by Dep- Cleaner and more effective than mus- material into useful articles, indicat- Domestic Science exhibits that will in wide variety, typical of the special attractions of a charactering .
'" ; uty Sheriff McCloud and Detectives sy ointments or poultices. For strainsor the State's manufacturing future. help solve household problems. wonderful possibilities of our State. that all can approve.Generous .

Upton and Johnson.] He was brought sprains, sore muscles or wrenched prizes offered. Send for catalog and full particulars to H. H.
hurriedly to this city and placed in ligaments, resulting from strenuous
the Simmons, Chairman Entries Committee. For other information, address t
. county hospital, where he died. A exercise, Sloan's Liniment gives quick
Companion, Mike Hogan, who was with relief. it hand for
Keep on emergen-
the A. P. Chairman County Committee
r party of hunters has E s
4 been placed
under At your druggist, 25c. (1))
r iarrest A negro with whom, it '
fa. Bald, the party had engaged in a Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce i

;.i. O n ce.I, is also being hunted by .the Read the Bradford County Tele- ,

..L."c:. graph-the home paper.

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County TelegraphPublished ("Sargassum") could get a hold. The MEETING OF SCHOOL BOARD i-"' .

weeds grow in patches forming laby- We noticed a "small" item of A wedding of unsurpassed beautyand f

Weekly, and entered as sec rinths over an area of about 3,000,000acres. printing that was presented by elegance was that of Miss Norine (Continued From Page 1.) i

The ashes of the weeds is said the "county paper" and paid by Sheldon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. & .
+' ond class matter at the poet-office at to contain nine per cent of potash, and the commissioners at their last Herbert R. Sheldon, of West Third Evelyn Pinholster M'ddleton Ho do ____w_ 40.00 40.00 k,
Vami -
---- ,
rj.; Starke, Florida.E. the Tampa man proposes to convert meeting. The "small item" read:: street, and W. Archibald Kay, of Jacksonville Olive: Ray Starke 2 mo -- 110.00 ''.

a the weeds into potash for the benefitof "Publishing reports, etc." $208.60. Fla., which took place Tues- B.\. M.C. Keller Bryan Hopewell Enterprise____________ 4/,00 25/ .Ofl <,".!.,

S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner the country until the German arti- These reports were not itemizedand day evening at 8:30 o'clock at the Perry McUod Bradford .___________ 4',1)1'
cle shall be available. He pro- Sheldon home in the of F. G. Schell pd freight, phone stamps ?
again ;
H. E. LAGERGREX, Associate Editor were probably the financial presence a etc ______ ____ ___________ 10.99 Q Q ; fl.:
/ poses to use a huge barge made of reinforced reports which are published every large number of intimate friends and F. G. 'Sehell salary apt _______ 1W>. concrete, which is to hold the three months. In Baker county relatives of the contracting parties. Bradford Co Bank interest on money 121.09R.

GERMAN CRUELTY. incinerator, also the ashes until ships they generally total something be- Rev. T. R. Courtice, pastor of Trinity May. C.Brannen Vieholi Brooklyn Highland_______________ 35.00J. SS.00

come and carry it away. tween $40 and $60 and the Baker Methodist church, was the officiating R. Davis &: Co. insurance Midway __ 13.12

The war has teemed with instancesof Whether the Tampa man will him- county reports are not very much clergyman, and the beautiful and impressive Julia Jessie Anderson Pearee Roberta Guilford_ ___________ 35.00 30.00
German cruelty and atrocity. self be able to make his project real, : shorter than the ones publishedin ring service of the Methodist Minnie Dowlinsr Graham ____________ /)..00Mrs. /
is perhaps doubtful, but there can be church used. The bride who 0- M. Moines do 40.00/
?< The latest instance is..characteristic.The Bradford county. These run was was F.. L. Fielding do ___ 0.00
German government is forcing no doubt as to the feasibility of the ore issue in the paper and are given in marriage by her father, was Liiiie Mar-hall Hamntnn _________ 25.00

Belgian civilians to go to Germany and suggestion, for the raw material is inexhaustible charged at one dollar per inch attired in a beautiful white bridal Estell Lake But.Lan'er Hwd Kelley Co incident___Liberty_____ 35.00E. 11.65

go to work for the benefit of the German and should be reduced to sclid six point type. We wonder dress, with train and veil, and carrieda W. A. Rawls blaekWrds _______ 11.34
industries and the German war ashes at small cost. The idea is not how much the'county commissioners bouquet of bride's roses and lilies of LaVe But Hwd Co incident Liberty ___ T.OO
N i _________ 35.00Quiirlev
J. M. Groover Elarbee
requirements. new, as sea weeds are already used as know about the legal rates, the valley. Mrs. Hopewell S. Phinny, Lwnhr Co lumber Crest View X52

these people, their country despoiled a potash source in different parts of the difference from solid or leaded the matron of honor, was in white, Mp. T. E. Waldrup canning elub wk 5000
s the world. It is to be hoped that the while Mrs. Sheldon of J. E. Futch retainer fee ______ 25.00
six how is wore
their own industries and their very or eight point type, it a gown Ch lev Fo** board service ____ 6,011
f : homes destroyed, are being forced to project be utilized as soon as possible, measured and charged. But then blue tulle over silver. Miss ElizabethJ. J. E. Dnuirlass do _____ 8.60

leave their own country, which sadly as the need of potash for agriculturaland we have the "Etc." That covers a Belding, maid of honor, was in pink, L.Rfba W.Burke Kickliter tawtey do -_ -------- 41.00 4.00 I .

needs their efforts, and to become the other purposes makes itself felt whole lot of ground. Printing, as ar.d the bridesmaids, Miss Pauline Carl Knight elerieal work --. 25.00 I K + ? : + b;
more and more every day. well as all other bills, should be Hurff, of Philadelphia, and Miss Sarah I
: slaves of their despoilers.It *1 'Wl ''l -
; Total ________5537.01 I k lJlBPp plW&SKSSS&**
is gratfying to note that Washy Why should not the alcogas men and itemized before given to the news- Rathbun, of New York, were in green Special Tar School DUtrirU ,

[ ir-gton has taken cognizance of this the potash man pool their issues in papers for publication in the commissioners and yellow. All the ladies of the bridal B. M. Dowlm com as tax eol _____ 184.60Besaie
the Sea-the first distill their MeGrader Johnstown ___..... 20.0
latest outrage and that the state de- Sargasso proceedings. party bouquets of chrysan- E. R. Poppell IAnII' Rride' ____uu.___ S0.71 "Just What
is to take action. liquid from the sea weed, and the oth- Editor Powell misjudges the boardof themums. W. S. Shine, Jr., of Detroit Leon Thomas New River ____.____ 20.00
panrrfnt: burning the residue for potash Mich. acted best Liiiie! Crosby Sa-npson City _________ 2S.W. ./)/) I Want!"
er commissioners if he thinks as man.
t All neutral nations should join with county X. Hall incidental Br' >ks __.. ___ 1.55
: the United States in compelling Germany Here is a suggestion for men of brains tley know nothing about what they ::' At the conclusion of the marriage J. \V. Morgan curtain for Theresa ___ %.';5 'Give me cake ;made
and money. doing when the ceremony a reception, attended by V A. Hatrn incidental Brooker .-u ?-0 with Calomel kno:
o. to abandon this atrocious policy. are they pay county's R. A. Green' Hamrton ___________ Sfl.M' v what
-Tampa Tribune. advertising bills. On the contrary theyare nearly 300 guests, was held at the Va- F. M. Morgan ineidtntala"anderbiIt_u_ 2.901| I'm getting-I know it'sputewho.esome
K, very well posted as to all these nango Club. The spacious rooms were Cty LiVht Plant light' and water u_.u 5450 / : ,noursthing,
J. R. Davis & Co. insurance Theresa ".
.. matters. But really they do not haveto decorated in a most artistic manner, Jones pump Theresa _______--_ 1.50 tempting and tasty.
AN EMBARGO ON FOODSTUFFS. In spite of 15-cent cotton and fifteen be. They patronize a reputable with a profusion of white, lavender Jessie Pearee Robert _____h.._____ 22.<;/1IT. "I t'.all! in Calumet'i woo.
dollar '| L. Tillis Pump Boatdrain __ :_ 2.V derful leavening and raisingpower
hogs we occasionally have a newspaper that never has and never and yellow chrysanthemums, roses, h.u
Mary Carter janitor Lawtey _____ 11 ft'
.j The Tropical Sun, in a featured front ;,, friend to tell us that he wants the will, while under its present manage- palms and ferns, presented a beautiful A. B. Shaw Little Springs ______-h.uu- 2( -its absolute purity.

IT page open letter to the editors of the j I I I Telegraph to keep right on coming to'' ment, present them a bill that is not I sight. The bridal party received the R.Eftell M. Bryan Lanier Enterprise Rising _______________.__uu__. 11'5.' results Use Calumet and economy.for uniform"

rj United States, last week, started the ''I his address, but that he thinks we are I fair and right. That is the basis upon guests in the large parlor of the club J. M. Grooxer Pine Grove _____h u____ VJ Received Highest Awards
ball rolling for the placing of a federal charging too much for it. Some which the Telegraph treats all its cus I house. During the reception Ackley's '. M Flitch incidentals do ____uu._ 3"' ,era Cul Bmk frtatlfi _
I I (. C. TVcbf .s'R.
rley incidenals Roberts .
t embargo on the exportation cf months ago we could buy a ton of pa-I tomers. It makes no exception of the orchestra rendered a most pleasing D. Raw'ey material work Hampton u._ fi.'s: PntlCjt.J
...I foodstuffs, urging every editor i in the I per for about $GO. The last ton we1! county. program of music and dancing was \. A. burden material tank Hampton u II. ..:
.y ccuntry to immediately unite in arousing bought cost us"fl 35, considerably: more I i For the information of those who indulged in for several hours. A. B. Sumney ineidentaS Pine Hill l.-r BEING

the public and the government to than 100 per cent increase. Pretty may have been misled by the insinua- The wedding dinner was served on Total nuuu______-.. _,-._ T*: 'n 4b
'-: the vital necessity of drastic action. I I much everything else that goes into !; tion that the Telegraph was paid ?20? the second floor of the club. The F. G. SCHELL. I

I Along with the open letter the the making of a newspaper has increased for something that they do in Baker bridal table was in one of the large: Secretary.

cal Sun reproduced a number of Tropi-I in like proportion. Just how I county for $40 to $60, we take the rooms. In the center of the table,
I'M items chronicling the soaring prices seriously the inflated prices has af time to enumerate the items includedin where covers had been placed for 26, ANOTHER CARLOAD OF STOCK.

I*;) of foodstuffs and clothing, showing all fected the publishing and printing the bill paid to the Telegraph at was a mammoth bouquet of lavender r CAuME

*%* the necessities are increasing daily in business is shown by the following ed- the last meeting of the board of county chrysanthemums. Garlands of smilax The carload of stock selected in the

price, and that a shortage in many of itorial from the Tampa Tribune, one commissioners. The items were as were festoned from the dome above the St. Louis market by both the members !;

the foodstuffs is bound to come, em- of Florida's big daily papers: follows. Publishing list of election table and small bouquets of baby chrysanthemums of the firm of J. W. Andrews & I

bargo or no embargo.The The print paper situation has reached inspectors; publishing clerk's monthly were at each plate. The Son, arrived in Starke Monday morn- ,
Sun has not overdrawn the matter a stage where it is being felt severely report; publishing comptroller's quar- placements were handpainted water ing. The shipment consisted of 21

4; in the least. The nation is facinga by newspapers generally.]] The terly report; publishing list of names colors. mules and 5 horses. The animals on

most crucial condition. Immediateand Tribune was fortunate in having a stricken from registration books; publishing The newlyweds departed on the ear- being turned out of the car were as I

drastic action is necessary. Ap- contract running until December 15. list of licenses issued for year ly morning southbound Pennsylvaniaexpress lively as crickets, and there were

parently an embargo is the only possible After that date, it is beyond the powerof I ending September 30th; printing 5- on their honeymoon trip. They nothing to indicate that they had beenon

solution. It should be slammed this paper to say where and howit 500 election tickets; printing 150 placards will sail from New York city on Friday I the road five days and nights; nota

j -on at, once.and, slammed, on hard.,UnI..j will get the white paper supply- necessary 1 instructions to voters-; publishing for Jacksonville, Fla., the home of scratch was seen on any of them.

less immediate action is taken, thour'.f to continue publication. I list of qualified voters. the bridegroom's parents, and after The mules are all of medium size, suitable .
sands of people throughout the coun- The mills absolutely refuse to make The item for which the Times tells visiting in that city will motor to Tam- for large and small farmers, and t

4 t try will be face to face with starva- contracts or. in many cases, to even us they charge $40 to $60 "over in pa, where they will take a boat on the the horses are of the right size for .. ,

r'.f, tion before the winter is half over. quote prices beyond January 1. The Baker" was charged in the Telegraph's St. Johns river back to Jacksonville. I the average farmer.

1 What is the cause of it all! Short brokers are therefore unable to do.. bill at $30.75. As. Bradford county's They will return about the first of the oof

j't crops, speculation-and exportation of business. The latest quotation on financial transactions are somewhat year to Cleveland, 0., where Mr. Kayis TRY IT! SUBSTITUTEFOR .-. tl
I : our foodstuffs to feed the warring nations news-print is seven cents a pound, an larger than those of Baker county it in business as a broker, and will >be I

1 of Europe. advance of SOO per cent above the is apparent that the Telegraph deals "at home" after January 1. NASTY CALOMEL Chapan bigranPakir.gPowdersdoaot .

r<4 It is estimated that our wheat crop price the Tribune has been paying. rather liberally with the county in the The gifts to the bride were displayed gave you tionty. Galoot -itliPnn! !

:1 t will total 611,000,000 bushels-19,000- With paper at seven cents a pound, matter of advertising.In in a large room on the second floor and far K peri'or: to soar milk and ndt."Tbedford's .

.. 000 bushels less than we normally con- the white paper consumed in filling a all kindness of spirit we suggestto of the Sheldon and aroused great ad Starts your Liver Without Making

-.I sume. Europe has already contracted I year's subscription to the Tribune, Editor Powell that as a matter of miration among her many friends on You Sick and Cannot
with Wall Street and allied interests twill cost more than the subscription good policy, if for no other reason, he account of their great variety and

i: I for more than 400000.000 bushels, ] price-which, it will readily be seen I should learn to write more carefully. ( richness. Included in the elaborate Salivate. I

leaving us less than 230,000,000 bushels j makes the cost of operating the pa i This thing of publishing things that array was costly linen, gold and silver,,

j -100,000,000 bushels less than we per a dead loss. I! will not bear investigation brings a I l works of art, cut glass, furniture, etc.,, Every druggist in town-your drug- !
normally consume! I j The Tribune has been forced, already !1 newspaper into disrepute no less thanit ;and a number of checks of goodly gist and !
everybody's has
Flour' for and to reduce the size of its to : : noticed Now Well
selling over $10, type does an individual who is continually amounts. Miss Sheldon is one of OilCity's
,t still soaring skyward. Coal is being the smallest possibly usable. It has telling things that turn out to bewithout 1 best known young people and: a great falling off in the sale .

:J bought up by speculators. Meats, can- :, also been compelled to abandon the foundation in fact. Besides | for the past month she has been the, of calomel. They all give the same j

ned goods, corn, clothing-everything'': publication, for this year, of its Year causing a newspaper and its editor to honor guest at a great number of delightful reason. Dodson's Liver Tone is taking >Bbtk.Drqtzt
: ;{ except is rising to almost i Book, inasmuch as the required its place.
, wages prohibitive i. paper lose caste in the community, careless social events and probably no b the best aH-round medfcfe
' I :
"' prices.. Why Short crops I for that publication would cost three writing gets the guilty scribe, and per- j bride-elect in years has been so feted. "Calomel is dangerous and people

, -Wall Street speculation and exportation I times as much as the total possi' haps some of his friends, into many Among the out of town guests who know it, while Dodson's Liver Tone is I net used," writes J.A.

f I' revenue therefrom. Neither will we embara sing situations. Take the were present at the ceremony and reception perfectly safe and gives better re- StedBian of PattooVme.TeDIo
"Starving America to Feed the EU- be able to issue our usual large Christ- story about the Telegraph being boy- were: Mr. and Mrs. W. H. sults," said a prominent local drug- ,

ropean War!" That's what we're do- ,I mas Number. Without a charge in cotted by citizens of Hampton as an : Davis, of Wilmington, Pa.; Mr. and gist. Dodson's Liver Tone is person- "1 ssdiered terribly; wit!* Bm .

ing exactly! The war could have been the situation, which does not now seem instance. Editor Powell rushed into I Mrs. E. H. Williams, of Buffalo; Dr. ally guaranteed by every druggist who
troubles and could fcei reflet
stopped months ago, if the United possible, we will further be forced to print with this story. When we called j and Mrs. F. H. Blackmarr and Mrs. sells it. A large bottle costs 50 cents, oo

States had so desired. It is being wag cut down the number of pages in the him to book he made the mistakeof I I Louis W. Burns, of Chicago; Miss Sar- and if it fails to give easy relief in The donors aid ;1 had coosuapdoo. -

ed with American Foodstuffs, American daily paper to about one-half the cus- forgetting that when the Telegraphsays ah Rathbun, of New York City; Miss every case of liver sluggishness and
I cock aot work il
clothing and American munitions. tomary number. a thing it has the facts to back Pauline Hurff, of Philadelphia; W. S. constipation, you have only to ask for !

America is paying for the bloody, use- Increases in subscription and advertising up its statements and undertook to Shine, Jr., of Detroit, Mich.-Oil City your money back. aIL Finally tricdj!

:' less conflict-and meantime starving rates must necessarily follow. show that we were misrepresentingthe (Pa.) Blizzard. Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant- >i .

, herself! All the newspapers of the country, except -{ facts. In fact he bristled all up tasting, purely vegetable remedy THEDFOPJrSBLACK

The situation is the most serious that those so fortunately situated that and said some one had lied about the BUSINESS CHANGE AT BROOKER.A. harmless to both children and adults.,

America has faced in many years. An they can afford to operate at heavy matter, and went onto say that his Take a spoonful at night and wake
F immediate embargo is the only solution loss, will have to adopt similar plansin information had
been furnished
by a A. Hazen has sold his stock of up feeling fine; no biliousness, sick '
And the newspapers of the country order to keep out of the bankruptcycourts. well known citizen of The headache
Hampton. merchandise at Brooker to H. P. Gain- acid stomach or constipated
I should join hands in arousing the of .! -.'
Telegraph, course, had indisputableproof bowels. It doesn't
who will continue the business. Mr. gripe or cause
I' l public and the government to the serI The conditions which have broughtthis "
that such the Tele-
no thing inconvenience
as also Mr. all the next day like
Hazen's resi-
I Gainey bought
. i iousness of the situation.-Fort Pierce about are not the fault of the
graph 40 subscribers
r losing at Hamp- dence in Brooker and will occupy it as violent calomel. Take a dose of calo- DRAUGHT
Tribune. ,. newspapers or of the newspaper pat- ton had happened. When this proofwas a home. mel today and tomorrow yon will feel
: ronizing public. But the public willha'e presented it left Editor Powell in
t. Persons owing accounts to Mr. Ha- weak, sick and nauseated. Don't lose
FLORIDIANS TO THE to bear with the newspapers in the embarassing attitude
having day's work! Take
zen are requested to them to Mr. a Dodson's Liver and I better
f their difficulties, appreciating the tre- pay to cy surpme, cot ,
called his
liar. Now if he
a Tone instead and feel fine full of visor
Gainey. ,
: mendous sacrifice that will have to be undertakes to exonerate his friend and ambition. and tm t'>-day as well u tsj
The American chemist is busy (14--54
a very made j! in order to continue I '
publication. then he gets into the less Black-
these no man. TiiedI0T4'S
man days, trying to discover
Not only paper but every other item
C I' means for making dye stuffs, a substitute included in newspaper making has ad- though less dangerous attitude of ,i f GrocenlCOFFEES U TER'S SOLE Draught is :a genial; cathartic,
having called himself liar. a
it for a Embar- our NVtice is brftv eiven
gasoline finding that
sources under and by
?t for potash and other vanced to practically prohibitive pri- assing as it may be, there is no way > virtue of a fi..I' - 1.:, many problems, No in the wood "fn''red Nor,'nbey .
ces. newspaper country can of gettingaway from this situation. 24 HII by the Jadpf has been regulatijg: irreguiH-
t brought on by the great war. I e tv r''t! C. of !>>" rv.i. .J'1d'ch.
expect one cent of profit for the next Editor Powell, himself, said that {'if't'lit o' Florida in and for Bradford *
'. Two men of Dade county, Florida, emir- ties of the liver, wmaclI is
year at least. The problem with most "somebody lied." | h-fj F'-i a. in chancery sitting in favor ifTuvfpT ;
..' have inverted a process for making a \ of them will be not the making of State Bank a eorrx !at'on. eoTpnta'n- bowels, for over io years. Get
liquid that can be used for all It is, of course, not the purpose of .."t.' and ani"ct JnH L SraMr aM w R
poses where gasoline is utilized p'Jr-1 I ning profits expenses, but the, or paying how of long actual they run-can the Telegraph to undertake to settle "..\.';-tebead for ",T.defendant to/roe the the court cn how er'i irril door w at' a package today. Insist cm !begentlne

fuel, while iflacks some of the obnox- this question of veracity between Edi- I 'I1".f'. r -it*. between the feral bean (Of -ThdfO'd's. E-70
i exist I under the continuous drain
adaily c.'e on f"r.dll' Jjnnarr l,t. l JIT. tn tW
tor Powell and his friend. .
ious qualities of gasoline, and which I deficit. That is a ; M I .il..t aid rft bidder for ra.h. tV fp'-..... "
can be retailed at ten cents per gallon I The Tribune matter for them to settle. We merely PBdw'bed 11\ i< situated in B-ad'drd foan- i >
is straining effortto ;
: and still leave a good profit. The I every venture to hope that there will be no ty. Fk> make arrangements which will per- I Tw so-rth ha'! of southeast qn rt** of ....>-.>- ,
I ; liquid is termed "alcogas," and can be mit it to obtain enough to avoida bones broken. Our only purpose in _-L'_t near er_. of Section_ _twentyix {!6' TI'-- -- -
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k' distilled from any green stuff, including writing these lines is to advise Editor Best By Every Test "nii" five ." r saw grass. It has been sufficiently suspension of publication. In the Powell against careless writing. Be Fit 7r!'" And;n Section all of Bofk thirtr.fiv one (1in. Pwuri'V. +4+;' 44 i+4+. 9Gs+?H4 s
j meantime, we must ask our patrons to (S3> Town Mr
: tried to prove its value and is endorsed be tolerant sure of your facts, then go ahead. five iSi, south of Fame twenty-two (rl F.act. f
t of shortcomings and to as manrH
and On'
I t ed by some big automobile manufac- I take into consideration the difficulties pf Bedford tatted enanty tI and tV.t-.o rsblie that neords !
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j!t. turers. The Miami Metropolis has under which we are laboring. STOCK MARKET REPORT. p I wc t'on t of outr te RO of..t.*.,thrpr-aiartrr tl<'rth--t smarter!> of the of m S..It- | J. Davis
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great hopes a factory being established t-on
tMny-fve . -
Township five (51 !'Guth.nf .
1 in Dade county for the manufacturing Pane t..eTlt-t.-o ?st. Wne net (Of tV &
a g of alcogas, and it would be a STOP THE FIRST COLD. "The Bank of Helpful Service" is nrht way.! of way of the Seaboard Air Line Rail I Company j

I' boon for the state and the country if the motto adopted by the Bank of E. M. JOHX:

this could come to pass. But the mak- Starke, and in line with this motto it is Special Master.Comlainant .
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I ing of it on a large scale may not be A cold does not getwell itself.. The this week inaugurating a feature in its r0 ROLD- ', Solicitor. 115t. I INSURANCE ,3i .
I process wearing out cold .
; FO easy, as accessible, cheap and inexhaustible a wears advertising that should prove of value
raw material may not be ]: you out, and your cough becomes ser- to I ** m m m f K m im r<
have live
persons stock to selL Y 0i
sufficiently assured to warrant the ious if neglected. Hacking coughs RUBBER I NOTICE.Mr. .
At the foot of their advertisement the COPPER i
erection of a costly factory. However, drain the energy and sap the vitality.For bank will hereafter publish the Jack TIRES BRASS I | Starke :-: Florida 'j :

f we hope a, start will be made, and perhaps 47 years the happy combinationof sonville stock market quotations. The W. V. McLean is .
5,. the mntl'rialin be forthcoming. soothing Quotations TUBES LEAD Bradford traveling over 4e+S+s+441+4+s.3.+t.S+ 4
antiseptic balsams in Dr. will be corrected weekly county in the interest of the

e Another Floridian, living at Tampa, King's New Discovery has healed !by a well known Jacksonville commis- ROPE SCRAP IRON I Telegraph, for the sake of soliciting -
'jiroH| >Hrn, According to the Tribune of sion firm. subscriptions
coughs and relieved congestion. Old RAGS I and printing, and collect
that city, to supply' the country with and young can testify to the effectiveness In addition to this service the Bankof BONES debts for subscriptions printingor Whenever..You Need Oeacrftl Tacfc.
jmliuli, from n novel source. He in- of Dr. New Starke has made arrangements with advertising due this office. Mr. Take arovc'sThe 4
King's for
trntU. 'to ir" to the Sargasso Sea for the commission firm to receive by telephone McLean is authorized to receive and Old Standard Grort's TaieJe|
Mi timtrrlnl. In the Atlantic, isM coughs and colds. Buy a bottle todayat Write For PrkelutWUIWIM I "
raw Quotations at any time that a receipt for money, and any favor chill Tone is equally TaltubleGeoeral :
yrttbal actuated In tho focus of the your druggist, SOc (1) shipper here wishes them. By simply nmtca\I shown him will be much appreciated Tonic because it coatalDI. :'i4
I "'I'IIlIt Julf Slronm.' For thousands I calling at the bank market conditions \ \ by us. well knovn tonic rropertiesefQUL'

if yi'itii, rtoUnw" carried! by the stream Read the Bradford County Tele up to the minute may be had by those 617 C.BAT JAQttOMVlUg.ru., I E. S. MATTHEWS, and IRON. It acts\D the Liver, Ilv1 :coat '
WalAria Enikjes the I
tlllllll'' Pit' IIPI*, rand this flotsam kept graph-the home paper. interested. Prop. Bradford County Telegraph. Builds up the, Whole System *.O CC B i'1 -

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, P. L. Gaskins, Esq., of Jacksonville, THE TACKY PARTY. BASKET BALL GAME BETWEEN.
has been in Starke during the week. PALATKA AND STARKE. LASSIFIE ,

: The tacky party given by the St. D f 1
Bits of LocalInformation Mr. D. W. Moore and family were Mark's Guild last Friday evening was On last Friday afternoon the boys ADVERTISING

in Starke Tuesday. enjoyed very much by those who at- and girls basket ball teams of the
Starke High School, went down to Pa-
.; Circuses are seen in Starke aboutas tended, and from a financial standpointit latka in automobiles to play an indoor WANTED Sweet potatoes, smooth
was very successful. There were a stock, desirable grades, will 'contract -
often A little show
as comets. of game with the teams of that to"O.Starke's .
the kind which here great many present in costumes, the for thousand lushels. Sep us at t
stopped over Tues- line-up was as follows:-
prize winners being Miss Eva Pow- once. Brown & Sou.
c..1rtI Oar, fr.. .. 7aMuu ... day was well patronized.Miss ell and Mr. Charles Ensey, who both Girl's team, Emma Powell, Anna Ca- i,12-l-2t.: '
lhyr.J.. M IN c.-cr. r.... nova, Florence Matthews, Hazel Brown FOR
, looked and carried out their parts SALE-20 head good stock cat-
0'j Jennie Crane, of Grove Park, well. One of the best of the featureswas Ella May Long; substitutes, Lena tle. N. D. Wainwright, Starke. It. z
j spent a few days last week with Mrs. an Italian organ grinder with Chancey, Cleo Mitchell, Gladys Gar-
! L. W. Kickliter and other friends. Miss monkey, by Cyrus and Don Hoover. diner. I FOR SALE.-Good horse. D. C.
: 4. Dr. L. L. Lamb, of Brooker, was a Mrs. R. L. McDowell and little son, Crane was formerly a member of the They were so clever that, not unlike Boy's team-R. Speer, W. Thomas, Jones, Starke. 714tf.

visitor to Starke Tuesday. of Jacksonville, came over to spend Starke high school faculty, and has the real winter visitors we have, they D. Colley, G. Beasley, H. Wall; substi- I
Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. many friends who were glad to see had a large following of children all tutes, A. Canova, J. Kickliter.The POP CORN-For popping, for;the kid- '

L. T. Shaw, of Brooker, was a busi- and Mrs. John Uglow. her again.Mr. over the hall. Charley Chaplin was players were accompanied by dies. J. C. Manning, Starke. 12-l-3t 1

r tress visitor to Starke Tuesday.P. there with his popular eccentricities Prof. S. S. Dowling, Misses Vaughn, ; -
Friends here will be pleased to know E. M. Thomas and family mo Master Sistrunk enjoyed the distinc- Emma Darby, Messrs. Ray Colley, WANTED TO BUY-From oe to 100

A. Crosby, of Brooker, was transacting that J. F. Canova, Jr., who went to tored up from Orlando last Sunday and tion of representing this little gent. Pitt Tomlinson, Francis Halligan and head of stock cattle, for spot cash.D. ,
business in Starke Monday. Asheville, N. C., some time ago for while here were the guests of Sev. and Miss Kathleen Alvarez represented Sis Wilbur Scott. W. Alvarez, Starke. 13-1-tf. )
his health, is improving.New Mrs. L. W. Kickliter. Mr. Thomaswas Hopkins and her make-up was excel- At the close of the game the score r>r

E.'H. Gowing, of Hampton, waa a driving a handsome new Buickcar. lent. In fact, there were many good stood as follows: Girls-Palatka, 33; FOR SALE-Restaurant doing good
burinpss visitor to Starke Tuesday. tub silk waists at Morgan'sand costumes; and had it been a real mas- Starke, 16. Boys-Palatka, 27; Starke, business. Will bear iAvestiga-
19. tion. Box 131 Starke Fla.ilO-13-tf.! r
priced right.N. querade it would have been hard to S
Special prices on lumber, etc., at pick out the winners. -_ )
': WHY NOT E. Roberts, one of the progres- Quigley Lumber Co's. yard during No- The program was exceptionally good
sive and successful farmers of the vember. and each number was thoroughly en-

Lake Butler section, was transacting joyed. The well rendered musical selections a-
business in Starke Tuesday. Mr. D. R. Edwards and family have. by Messrs.
A. G. Dyal, of Belmore, was in town Witherington and Idle Fundscan
moved into the Valentine cottage on Marks and Mrs. Waters were appre- Temporarily
f Monday. Last week Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and North Walnut street, and Mr. E. R. ciated by all and made the evening

little daughter, Hazel, visited Mrs. M. Poppell and family, of New River, pass all too quickly.E. .
J. M. McMillan, of Lawtey, was a E. Edwards and Mrs. U. G. Turner, of have moved into the house vacated by be profitably invested in the Bankof

visitor in Starke :Monday. Gainesville.Fish Mr. Edwards. We are very glad, indeed B. Dees brought to our office a

to number Mr. Poppell and fam- sugar cane of the yellow Louisiana va Starke's Time Deposits.
Rev. J. A. Hendry was a visitor to and Cedar fresh citizens.
Key oysters among our riety. It is a very handsome speci-
the metropolis Tuesday. daily at Handy Brymer's. 1013tf.Mr. men, is 8 feet long and the joints are They are issued for as little as $1.00 and for as J
Messrs. A. II. Williams, B. W. Dees from 6 to 7 inches in length.
Roger Wells, of Jacksonville, spent N. T. Ritch and family, Miss and L. R. Graham, and Misses Dosha short a period as three months; they arc always

Sunday in Starke. Carrie :McKay and Mrs. James Cason, Dees and Lois Nessmith, of the Ft. : BEAUTIFUL SERVICE AT FIRST negotiable at their full face value, and if allowed ,
of Plant City, motored over to Raiford Call section, motored over to Starke
Coat suits at Sternberg's. last week. Wednesday. Messrs. Dees and Wil- BAPTIST CHURCH. to mature they yield 4 per cent interest. :

liams came to buy mules for use in -
Mrs. A. V. Long was a visitor to The Daughters of the Confederacywill enlarging their farming operations for. Last Sunday evening the First Bap- Learn more about them from our Officers. r

Jacksonville last week. meet next Wednesday, the 6th, the coming year. I tist church" of Starke held a very interesting -

at three o'clock, at the residence of service, designated as Columbia -
CoL A. V. Long made a business tripto Mrs. J. M. Brownlee.Mr. The gnarled and battle-scarred ma- College Night. The choir Bank o/ Starve

Jacksonville last Friday. ple tree that had stood at the cornerof stand was very attractively decorated

Lucian Wainright has acceptedthe J. W. White& Son's store, is no with roses and trailing vines, and the I

PAYlESSlT position of clerk in the Jackson more. It had been in the way of pedestrians -I church was filled with a large and attentive Starve, :-: Florida 1 -
hotel( and will spend the winter in and the telephone junction congregation.

Jacksonville. post long enough and was dug up on Messrs. Cecil Moore, Emory Dia- ; .
Tuesday by City Engineer Mercer and mond and Blanchard Law, divinity stu- _

Save money by buying at Stern- Trespass cards for sale at this office. an assistant. The early history of the dents of Columbia college came over Jacksonville Stock Market
berg's. tree is lost in hoary antiquity, for to assist in the exercises. Each of r

The many friends of Mrs. B. :M. when it was planted that region was a these young gentlemen made bright, REPORTED BY WILLIAMS & DEl NIS t. .
Mrs. D. C. Jones and children are Dowling will be glad to learn that she trackless wilderness. That it later enthusiastic talks, and proved them-
relatives in Jacksonville.City is after her late came to occupy a street corner was selves to be a marked credit to the institution -
visiting recovering severe attack Wednesday, Nov. 29.-Goats 2 to 3 cts. lb., none received, X Ill
of illness. pure accident. they represented.For demand good for good fat stock; Sheep 3 to 4% cts: lb., receipts rl
Marshal Silas Kite has prob- some weeks past Mrs. W. G. light; lamb 5 to 7 cts. lb.; good corn fed hogs, 160 to 230 Ibs,
ably the best and most advanced patchof Mrs. A. Z. Adkins went to Ocala The little saw mill of the Quigley Law has been training a class in sing- $7.75 to $8.50 per cwt.; good peanut fed hogs, 140 to 175 Ibs., I
strawberries in this section. Wednesday to visit her sister Mrs. Lumber and Supply Co. has this week ing, and on this occasion the class ren- '
$7.50 to $8 per cwt.; good light hogs, 90 to 1\0\ Ibs, $6.50 to
W. A. Barrett and attend the Marion turned out, for the Seaboard company, dered two beautiful selections that reflected '
Ibs. thin
$7.25 cwt.; good pigs, 65 to 90 $6.75 to $7.50 cwt; [
Clean cotton rags, not too small, County Fair. a carload of timbers 14x7 inches and honor on both their teacher and pigs and cornfed
themselves. Those hogs, $6 to $6.75; steers, 700 pounds and up, $5
27 to 30 feet in length. The timbersare singing in this cho-
bought at this office. to $7 cwt; medium fed steers, 500 pounds and up, $4.75 to $5.75
all heart and will be used in rus were Misses Mildred Crosby, Car- '
Corks and syrup barrels at Mitch- cwt M M'il
rie Mills Mills ; grass steers, 500 pounds and up, $4.25 to $4.75; cornfed
Georgia Jessie Tho-
Mrs. James Cason, of Plant City, ell's Drug Store. bridge construction.The ,
cows, 500 pounds and up, $4 to $4.50 cwt; medium cows, 450
Lorena Alvarez
was a week end guest at the home of Doris Law Ruby Poppell, pounds and up, $3.75 to $4.25 cwt; canners, $3 to $3.75 cwt; '
Mesdames 0. J. Griffin
Mr. N. T. Ritch.MORGAN'S. Miss Jones, of Peoria, Ill., has arrived following members of the Dem- F. Kickliter J. sorry cows $2.75 cwt. These prices are for stock ou the hoc!. 4
J. C. Messrs.
in Starke to spend the winter orest Theatrical Company have arrived -
here and pleasantly locatedat Herschell Crosby, Albert Dubose, J.
with her sister, Mrs. Lee, on North
? Walnut street. the suburban home of Mr. Robert C. Poppell, J. F. Kickliter, Ralph Alvarez -

Demorest: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer La- Blanchard Law, Oma Clark. -,

. A. V. Long, state attorney of the zpne, Misses May Blossom Williamsand One of the most attractive featureswas
Ina Lehr, Messrs. Robert Demo- a family quartette composed of
Judicial Circuit of Florida is
Eighth ,
; those who attended the fair
Among Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Law, Miss Doris
rest, Thomas Williams (Mrs. Demorest's -
in Gainesville this week the
attending I II
at Gainesville last week were Messrs.
Law and Mr. Blanchard Law.
father), Willie and Raynor Lehr. They
: fall term of circuit court.
Ted Halligan and G. C. White.
i I Mrs. Demorest is in South Carolinabut sang "Help a Little" in a very effective JOB PRINTING

will arrive here before the Christ- manner.
i Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Petit and chil-
Mrs. J. E. Wilson visited her sister Below is the in full l4.
I Mrs. S. T. Dell, in Gainesville last dren and Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Powell, mas holidays. Doxology-By program Audience. :
week. of Alachua, spent Sunday with :Mr.
Orchestra number.
Ford owners can get windshield Chorus-Singing class.
Trespass cards for sale at this office.R. .
glass at J. W. Morgan's. Talk, "The College and the Divinity "
Friday afternoon Russell Dan- Student" Mr. Cecil Moore. any?
Neatly Artistically)
A. Weeks writes that he is pleas t
iel celebrated his seventh birthday by
Mr. A. W. Jenkihs, of Columbia S. Vocal solo-Mrs. J. E. Futch.
C., is visiting his father, Mr. W. B. antly located at New Wakesha Hotel, giving a party at the home of his par- Talk, "Our Faculty" Mr. Emory : : Done--Give Us a Trial!: ;
Hot Ark. and that he .
Jenkins Springs, ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Daniel on Diamond.
feels some benefit from the hot water West Madison street. tij t
Piano solo-Mrs. Nellie Hughes.; ? )Ai ::1 I irttdfn
Messrs. A. L. and M. Z. Sullivan, of treatment. The many friends of this popular Talk, "The Two Sides of College Op .
Theressa, were business visitors to young gentleman brought him a large portunities"-Mr. Blanchard Law. .
Starke Tuesday. Ladies Sweaters at Sternberg's.B. number of beautiful gifts, and the afternoon Chorus-Singing class.

passed away all too quickly "
Family Quartette, "Help a Little.
F. Roberts lately killed a raC- deli- !
with jolly games and a perfectly Orchestral offertory. J
COME IN AND coon in Ludus Bay, Woodlawn Park. cious birthday feast. The little peo- Collection for Columbia College.
He cut the animal and found in r QJmmijfi Ir rtt l
open ple were invited into the dining room, Male Quartette, "I am Happy in ;
its stomach some curly yellow hair where lovely table was spread, being -
a Him"-Messrs. W. G. Law, Cecil IIIH
and a part of a small boy's cap. centered by a birthday cake on Moore, Emory Diamond, BlanchardLaw. : I
Mr. and Mrs. Walton of
Alvarez which was burning seven candles. Mrs. .
Jacksonville, are guests at the homeof Large numbers of chickens and tur- Daniel was assisted in serving the little Benediction.

Mr.'and Mrs. A. M. Andreu. keys from Brooker are daily sent from folks by Miss Onie Edwards and Accompanists, Mesdames A. M. Dar-
here to Jacksonville. And the Brooker -
Mrs. J. C. Robinson.
by and Nelle Hughes. 1
Full line of boys' pants just arrived hens seem to work over time laying Those invited to this happy affair Collectors, Messrs. Futch, Limbaughand +S+1. .S. $+i+ .+ -->> "

at Sternberg's. were Joe Sistrunk, Louise Stewart, Lot Warren. IIs.

eggs.M. Ensey, Gussie Mae Bennett., Wesley Ushers, Allen Canova, Harold Wall ; I
Messrs. John and Lewis Shriver, of L. Crews and W. M. Hodges, of Bryan, Ruth and Isla Poppell, Merrill and Chas. Ensey. : i
Brooker, were visitors to Starke Tues- the New River section, were business I'
McMillan, Don Hoover, Dave Mitchell, .
Decoration committee, Mesdames 0. _ +
day. visitors to Starke Monday. While here Frances Colley, Elizabeth Kendrick, : J. Griffin" R. 0. Daniel, J. P. Tomlinson t w ____ : t
. they closed a deal whereby Mr. Crews Lois Edwards, Ruby Davis, Mary Ella !. and C. R. Ensey. '
Francis Dyal, of the Brooker sec- becomes owner of the Hodges farm. Edwards, Franklin Williams Lester

tion, was a business visitor to Starke Mr. Hodges has bought the G. W. Price Robinson, Lucile Mitchell, Flor- GOOD YIELD OF POTATOES.Nat -i
Tuesday. Johns farm in the same locality. ence Andrews, Charlies Marks, Eliz- ; '

.. abeth Andrews, Harriet and Carlyle i'I '
J. E. and E. II. Clemons, of Brooker Postmaster J. W. Alvarez has on exhibition Ritch, Leila Andrews, Virginia Weeks, Williams this fall planted one !; Wi
were among the Monday visitors to a stalk of cotton having two Mary Canova, Owen Griffin, Laurie bushel of seed Irish potatoes and have
Starke. bolls of such great size that all who Tomlinson, Sammy Sternberg, Ruth dug from his patch five barrels of i iWE +

see them take them to be of the short Sternberg, Elise Jones, Fannie Darby, spuds. The potatoes were the largest
Trespass cards for sale at this office. staple variety. The stalk was foundon we have even seen grown in the fall.
Morrell Smith, Mary Lee Wynn, II. I
Mr. Alvarez's farm south of Starke. C. and Catherine Waters, George I E ARE fiOlNfi TO MOVE i

: Johns, Hugh Brownlee, Jr., James Wil- The Quinine That Does Not Affect The ReadBecause
its laxative effect. LAXATIVE
MAKE USMessrs. Fair Warning! Cadet hosiery users : of tonic and
liam Brownlee, Louise Peek, Eugene BROMOQCININis belter than ordinary "
are advised that after December 1st, Matthews, Mildred Dubose, Morris' Quinine add does not caus* nervousness n.rriDSfDZ + :
will have to advance the in head Remembet the full name and _
we price on
Dubose Madeline Massey, Lucile
look lor the siroi'ure of H. w. GROVE. c
children's hose in sizes from 8 up to Moore Joe Newman, Kenneth Register -
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J. W. Padgett and W. L. Some Lumber and Building
30c pair This because the manufac-
Breeden, of Brooker, were business Louise, Mary and Earl Simpson, THIRD ANNUAL SALE.
turers refuse to sacrifice J.
visitors to Starke Tuesday. of Gainesville; Raymond, Dorothy andJ.

W. Morgan.Mr. G. Alvarez, of Jacksonville; Flor- The Ladies Aid Society of the Bap- Material Reduced i
Men's shirts in latest patterns at ence Gill, of Savannah; Charles Fields, tist church will hold .its third annual I at special 1t
Sternberg's.W. and Mrs. L. A. Davis and little of Palatka; Leo Witkovski, of Jack- sale December 15, in the vacant store
daughter, Ruby, Mrs. L. A. Davis, Sr., sonville. owned by J. E. Futch.
Messrs. F. A. Scott, W. B. 'Young and Prices for-CASH.
B. Alexander
the well known All sorts of articles suitable for s
0. W. White went to Hampton last NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
Hampton traveling salesman, wa a Christmas gifts will be offered for sale .
business; visitor Sunday to attend the quarterly meet-
to Starke Tuesday. and a liberal patronage is solicited.
I ing of the Methodist church. Inasmuch as the law does not require -.

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Reddish, of Law- me to travel over the county for Catarrh Cannot Be Curedwith | If you need Lumber of-; any i 1s

tey, were visitors to Starke Wednesday Mrs. J. F. Colley entertained the the purpose of collecting taxes, I will LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they :
bazaar workers of the Methodist not make the usual trips as heretofore.I cannot reach the seat of the disease.

church last Wednesday afternoon. have prepared a notice which will Catarrh Is by a local constitutional disease greatly conditions Influenced ,I kind Sash Doors Etc. \flake a

Blue serge suits for men at Sternberg's. Light refreshments were served and be sent to all tax payers who are not and in order to cure it you must ,
take Internal remedy. Hall's Ca-
in reach of this office, which will an
the ladies spent a very pleasant sea- easy tarrh Cure is taken internally and r.
son at this hospitable home. make the paying of taxes easier for acts thru the blood on the mucous sur- '
0. F. the people and will also take a hard- faces of the system. Hall's Catarrh I advantage of these special prices. ,
Tomlinson, a well known cithen Cure was prescribed by one of the best
the collector. I also think
off tax
of the Lake ship physicians in this country for years. It
Butler section, was Capt. A. Burson, of Nichols, Fla., that if I stay in the office the county is composed of some of the best tonics
transacting business in Starke Tuesday. and Mrs. I. Dubose of Lake known, combined with some of the
J. Butler
money will in no wise be subject to best blood purifiers. The perfect com-
who had been under the care of Dr. risk as it would be in traveling over bination of the ingredients in Hall's
E. T. Campbell, of this city, for can- the county. Catarrh wonderful Cure results Is what In catarrhal produces condi such I Quigley Lumber and Supply Ol

TWETT cer, have returned to their respective Respectfully yours, tions. Send for testimonials! free.
homes cured. The former had can- B. M. DOWLING, F.All J. CHENEY Druggists&75c.CO.. Props., Toledo, O. .J

... cer of the neck, the latter of the'face. Tax Collector. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. srNi.r/Cvt10t v 0 t. .$ -

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PROVIDE WINTER FEED FOR THE The northeast quarter of the southwest quarter and twenty-seven (27) : all the above --,.
of section twenty-tight (28). Township ed lands being in Township five (5)
GERMANS WIN CROSSING OF DANUBE; LIVESTOCK.The four 14)1 south of Range twenty-two (22) east, Range twenty-two (22) east and "' t;
and containing forty (40) acres, more or les twenty-six (26) acres more or leai.
E. M. JOHNS E. M. '
demand for better livestock is Special Master. Special :lhat' 3
r1 FORCING ROUMANIAN growing in Florida, and a great many And A. V. LONG. And A. V. LONG tWI: i

farmers are discarding scrubs for the Solicitors for Plaintiff. 12-l-5t. Solicitors for Plaintiff. i; ia | .

pure bred and good grade animals. MASTERS SALE. MASTERS SALE.
I The of such stock will Hereby notice is given that under
production em- notice is given that under and by
JAILBIRD AT ARCADIA ROBS A Hereby virtue of that certain final decree
Von Mackensen Continues His
phasize more than ever the necessityfor virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure closure made by the Judge of the !
NUMBER OF HOMES made by the Judge of the Eighth Judicial ,.
of feed. Unless the dicial Circuit of Florida in chancery
; Successes in the East- plenty com- Circuit of Florida in chancery sitting Bradford
in the Circuit Court for
mon practice of feeding is improved, in the Circuit Court for Bradford County,
Florida, on the 22nd day
Resistance Broken. Was A "Trusty" And :No One Sus- the importation of new blood will be Florida on the 22nd day of November A. D. I 1916. in favor of The American :
1916. in favor of The American Trust Com-
s. neutralized. The necessity of plentyof administrator of the pany, a corporation administrator of :
pected Him. pany a corporation estate tate of G. F. Markillie, deceased, as Ns
winter feed for animal is of G. F. Markillie\ deceased as complainant J. ,
any apparent ant and against M. Lynn Mary
and T. B. Browning and Mary
: AUSTRO-GERMAN FORCES I whether it is scrub or pure Browning,against as defendantsThe cago Portrait Company, a corporation
ARCADIA.-One of the enigmasthat bred. undersigned, u Special Master, will offer fendants f '. '
has been Arcadia for sale in front of the courthouse in The undersigned as Special oJ
I CAPTURESEVERALTOWNS troubling peo- John M. Scott, animal industrialistto hours of sale, fer for sale in front of the
Starke Florid during the legal
ple for many days was unraveled when Starke. Florida during the legal hours fll Et c.1
the University of Florida Experi- on Monday the 1st day of January A. D.
: the 1st day of January ,
the alleged robber of many local houses 1917. to the highest and best bidder for cash on '
ment Station winter If the highest and best bidder
urges feeding. 1917. to ;
SUCCESSS OF CENTRAL POWER the following described property to-wit:
arrested. In the few
was past the following described property -
animals are turned on the range to The southeast quarter of the northeast quarter
months homes have been robbed I five The west! half of the northeast raiua.
ALLIES ON RUMANIAN FRONT many of Section twenty-five (25) Township
shift for themselves they will be stunt- northwest
east half of the quarter
(51) south, of Range twenty-one (21) east, containing -
?* CONTINUES, ACCORDING TO of everything from money to wear- ed and they will not recover readily in all forty (401 acres, more or less, southwest quarter of the northwest
ing apparel, and despite the best efforts from the lean months. except one (1)) acre to church.E. in Section thirteen (13). Township II ; ,j
REPORTS FROM BERLIN, WITH of the police and sheriff's office, M. JOHNS. south. Range nineteen (19) east ;
southeast quarter of the northeast
Many livestock producers are ob- Special Master.
VON MACKENSEN ACROSS THE the daring offender could not be lo- jecting to the high cost of feed. They I i JNO. C. COOPER & SON, I i south section Range fourteen nineteen(14)(19)Township east, 12.15t.:1-- -.
And A. V.
cated. the LONG I
q.' DANUBE ON ENEMY SOIL. But Tuesday man was cap- forget that the price of animals has Solicitors for Plaintiff. 12-1-St. all two hundred and forty (.'40)
tured and to the of all
atI surprise provedto or
also increased in proportion, so that I
E. M.
be a trusty at work around the MASTER'S SALE. -
they can realize just as great profits Special
BERLIN, Nov 25, via Sayville; county jail. The negro was serving from feeding now as they ever could. virtue Hereby of notice that certain is given final that decree under of and foreclosure by JNO.And C. A.COOPER V. LONG&,SON

; Attacks of the Russo-Roumanian forces time for a minor offense and was allowed made by the Judge of the Eighth Ju Solicitors for Plaintiff.:
allowed dicial Circuit of Florida in chancery sitting, & &
; in the Gyeryo mountains on the many privileges, being PEACH BORERS DAMAGE TREES.
-- ---- d
in the Circuit Court for Bradford County
Moldavian front were repulsed yesterday to come and go almost at will, appar- Florida, on the 22nd day of November A. D. MASTER'S SALE.Irereby I
by the Teutonic forces with a ently being an inoffensive negro with 1916 in favor of The American Trust Company notice is given that under .'
Pach borers will be found in infes- a corporation administrator of the estate -l virtue of that certain final decree
;., I heavy loss to the attackers, the wart only the idea of pleasing the white I of G. F. Markillie, deceased, as complainant. closure made by the Judge of the -
office announces. folks. Among the many articles it is tated tree trunks just beneath the and against A. L. Roberts and Elizabeth ,'I dicial Circuit of Florida in chancery
ground surface. J. R. Watson, ento- Roberts, as defendants I i, in the Circuit Court for Bradford
alleged the stole was a silk I
Several towns in Roumania south off negro 1 of
The undersigned, as Special Master will offer Florida on the 22nd day
mologist to the University of Florida
; the Alt pass have been captured by dress, which was recovered adorningthe for sale in front of the courthouse in |I l'J16. in favor of The American Fi
," : the Austro-German invaders. The person of a "lady fren' of the Experiment Station, recommends that Starke. Florida, during the legal hours of sale l pany, a corporation administrator of ) o
r resistance the larvae be dug out or punched with nn Monday the 1st day of January A. D. t| tate of G. F. Markillie, deceased, as
.i of the Roumanians in the lowlands i gay jailbird. Among the heavy losers 1917, to the highest and best bidder for cash, i; ant. and against C. C. Anderson and
of the lower Alt has been broken by the negro's depredations was Tho- wires. The point of entrance can be the following described property to-,,'it: I I Anderson and M. L. Milliard as
I determined by exuding If the The northwest quarter of the southwest quar- The undersigned as Special :Master
i,4' ;, German troops have crossed the river mas Caskins, who lost besides cash gum. ter of southwest quarter of section twenty-six fer for sale in front of the
Alt. and papers of value, several articlesof insect is too deep to be dug out with a t6i and the northeast quarter of the southeast Starke, Florida during the legal hours
knife or to be gouged to death with a quarter of the southeast quarter of Sec- on :Monday the let day of January .
i When the stolen
"' Forces of Field Marshal von Mack jewelry. jewelry; tion twenty-seven (27) and commencing at 1917, to the highest and best bidder
'i 1 ensen have crossed the Danube and was returned to Mr. Caskins for identification wire, it may be killed with carbon bi- southwest corner of Section twenty-six 126) the following described property -
he readily identified his sulphide. It will be necessary to re- and running north on Section line four hun- The southeast quarter of the '
| gained a footing on Roumanian soil. prop- the dred and twenty .14201 feet to a point of beginning ter of Section six (6), in Township uts
the before and
The statement reads: erty, but stated that a part of it he move gum plug thence east six hundred and twenty- south of Range twenty-two (22) east,
hole after the bisulphide is introduced. nine north hundred and ing forty (40 acres, more or less. *
"Front of Archduke Joseph: In the did not even know was lost, as he had (6291 fret thence two > ,
: I forty ((240) feet, thence west! thirteen hundred E. M.
Paraffin can be used to prevent the
Gyergo mountains a hostile attack on '1 never missed it. The negro is charged and twenty ((1320) feet thence south two hun-' Special
: Batcane Jagra was sanginarily repul- with stealing goods and valuables to fumes of the gas from escaping.Mr. dred and forty (2401 feet thence east six hundred JNO. C. COOPER & SOS
i an amount of than thousand Watson suggests that the trunksbe and sixty (660) feet to the point of beginning I And A. V, LONG
sed. more a and being in Section twenty-six (26) Solicitors for Plaintiff.
I dollars. Citizens protected from the borers once the
"South of Alt through the Transylvanian generally thoughtthe
trees have been rid of them. The moth
marauders haulsin
} : Alps, several towns were captured so many
1 i by German and Austro-Hungarf the city was in reality a gang of: lays eggs on the trunk. The larvae
sneak thieves instead of hatch and descend to the ground before -
f ian troops, despite the tenacious resistance being onlyone
lonesome and he at the entering the trunk. Earth shouldbe
of the Roumanians. Three a trusty
piled around the bases of trees anda

'1 i were officers captured.and eighteen hundred men jail.The last place visited by the negro conical protector placed around the

"The enemy's resistance in the lowlands was the residence of Capt. Dick King, tree. The protector is cemented at the ANOTHER CARLOAD ARRIVE
to the and flares out at the
I of the lower Alt was broken. We on East Oak street Monday night. On top: tree
bottom. When the larvae descend they
i have crossed the river there. this occasion the darky stumbled over

1 "On the western frontier of Rou- a bicycle owned by Miss Edith King strike the protector and are diverted.By .

: mania in the wooded mountains northeast which awakened Mr. King, and the the time they reach the ground

i of Turnu Severin, Roumanian bat- sheriff's office was called up over the they: are too far away from the trunkto
enter it. Protectors should be From the Great Si Louis Market
talions cut off from the main army are telephone. Of course by that time the
I still offering tenacious resistance. culprit had decamped, but Sheriff Dis- placed before the moths begin laying
"Front of Field Marshal von Mack- hong! and Deputies Garner and Carl-I eggs next season.BACKACHE .

ensen (Dobrudja) : There has been ton keep a few very fine track dogs,

j *; "The forces'of. the. 'allied central put on the trail of the robber. After ",,',

I.j i powers after- crossing the -Danube from an excitable chase the dogs caught up But Not So Bad if You Know How to ..;

'j 'I the south, gained a footing on Rou with Mr. Trusty and the gentleman of Reach the Cause.

manian soil. Near Racovitza civilian I color was landed behind the bars. The

I- natives again participated in the fight sheriff and deputies were probably the
ing against our troops." most surprised men in Arcadia when Nothing more discouraging that a

1.1 1 they saw who they had captured. I constant backache. Lame when you

J I awaken, pains pierce you when you
SOFIA, Nov. 25, via London.-Bulgarian bend or lift. It's hard to work or to

i 1. troops have occupied islands in EIGHTY YEARS IX PRISON rest. Backache often indicates bad i'r

.f+ i the Danube southeast of Craiova, according cidneys. Starke people recommend

!i to an official statement issuedi Doan's Kidney Pills. Read this case: ...

I i by the war office today. PENSACOLA, Nov 28.-J. B. King Mrs Lucy Hemingway, W. Call St.,
I "In the Dobrudja detachments soldier from Fort Barrancas, is to
enemy Starke, says: "I suffered from a lame
I( i i in superior numbers approached serve eighty :years in the federal pen- and aching back and could hardly get

: our positions, but were repulsed Ly our tentiary in Atlanta, provided he ]lives around. It hurt me to stoop and lift

: artillery fire. Along the Danube near i for that period. This sentence; was and I felt miserable. My kidneysdidn't

; i Ellistria. Turtaki and Rustchuk there passed in the United States court by act right and caused me a lot -

.4 'f was artillery fighting. Near Gigrn, Judge W. B. Sheppard, before whom of annoyance. Doan's Kidney Pills

Grehovo, Monand and Vadin detachments he entered a plea of guilty to an un- brought relief from the first and soon
} 11 of our troops occupied islands mentionable crime. Under the laws of ,-
the aches and pains in my back left I
t in the Danube." Florida the penalty, on conviction, is and the other symptoms disappeared. -
death, and the United States court in "
(If hearing the t
case was operating under T
(Statement given March 10, 1911.) ,
statement these laws. However in federal
a Still Uses Doane.OVER .
court a life sentence cannot be imposed ,
pushed back toward the south of 'l' .ai- THREE YEARS LATER,
imanechu on the river Alt south of so Judge Sheppard gave the prisoner Irs. Hemingway said: "I occasionally i i ,, '
a sentence of eighty when
Rothenthurm Pass and of years take Doan's Pills i
Malarachti, he Kidney as a preventive -
entered a plea of guilty. King will
twenty miles west of the Alt. of kidney trouble and they
> carried to Atlanta along with a j
keep me in good health. p
large number of other
Ifr FLEW TO THE CAPITAL prisoners convicted Price 50 cents at all dealers. Don't w.1 C [
at this term of the court. 'IDoan's
-- simply ask for a kidney remedy-get

New Pennsylvania Congressman Made CUT SWEET POTATO VINES AFTER Kidney Pills-the same that
Irs. Hemingway has twice publicly q1lM
1i1t1 -
1 Spectacular Entry. FROST. recommended. Foster-Milburn Co., ,

Props., Buffalo, N. Y. ((27) ,

WASHINGTON, Nov. .-"Fm the Sweet potato vines should be cut at II I ..<

first man to come to Congress by air- the hill after the first killing frost so MASTER'S SALE. I

.' plane," remarked 0. D. Bleakley, of that the rots which attack them will Hereby notice is given that under and by ....

; Franklin, Pa., representative-elect of not descend into the roots. A sharp Insure virtue of made that and certain entered final November decree 17.of 1916 fore- Both members of our firm have been in the t St. "
the Twenty-eight Pennsylvania district hoe should be used to clip them at the by the Hon. J. T. Wills. judge of the Circuit great :

as he was unstrapped from the passenger's surface of the ground. It is not necessary Court of Bradford County, Florida in chancery Louis live stock
in favor of J. B. Rhoden, complainant market selecting carload of HORSESand
seat of a biplane in this city to harvest the potatoes immediately and against M. Rhoden and wife, Stella Rho- a

., after making the journey from his according to C. K. den defendants, the undersigned will offer for
home in his new Curtiss McQuarrie, sale in front of the court house door in Starke. I MULES for sale to the people of Bradford and surrounding -
i 90-horse-pow- state agent for the University of Florida Bradford county Florida, during the legal
; er machine. The biplane was in the Extension Division. However if hours of sale on Monday, the 1st day of January -
counties. The
I stock
air about three hours and landed on wet weather occurs it will be advisable for, A.cash D. 1917 the, to following the highest described and best lands bidder in- is strictly first-class and especially

K the polo grounds in the shadow of to dig them as soon as possible.It Bradford County. Florida. to-wit: adapted to farm
1 NEli of SE"-4 of of See. ,
N f Washington's monument. is SWtj 21 Township purposes.
to avoid
' necessary injury to the 6 South Range 22 East containing ten
.. j, Bleakley was driven from his home potatoes during harvest since wounds acm, more or less. I ,

' | I to the capital by his "chauffeur," as he admit decay organisms. Observance Special J. Master C. POPPELL in Chancery.D. The shipment reached our barns in Starke on
; calls him
Sergt. William C. Ocker, of of the following recommendations sent E. KNIGHT .

the United States Aviation corps. The out by the United States Departmentof Solicitor for Complainant. 1215t. I MONDAY :
NOVEMBER 27th. ;
- congressman-elect said he was convinced Agriculture will lessen storage trout MASTER'S SALE. 1
that flying is a safer means o Hereby notice is given that under and by

'-.1 travel than autoing and that this would bles.Care should be taken in plowing out virtue losure of made that by certain the Judge final of decree the Eighth of fore-Judicial Come and look them over. Prices will be right BJ.W.ANDREWS&SON

be conclusively proven within a dec the potatoes to avoid all bruising by Circuit of Florida in chancery sitting,
.' ade. On the side, he wanted to tryout contact between the in the Circuit Court for Bradford County ,
, r implements used Florida on the 22nd day of November, A. D. 1
an aeroplane stabilizer which a and the roots. The soil should then 916, in favor of The American Trust Company -
1 friend had recommended to him as be scratched from the a corporation administrator of the es-
away potatoesand ate of C. ,
F. Markillie deceased as complain
something which would make flying they should be left exposed for ant. and against John Carroll and Amanda
I 'I more popular. several hours to dry. Picking should Carroll, as defendantsThe STARKE FLORIDAHULL'S -f
The congressman-elect who is be undetsigned, as Special Master will offer -
aboutCO in
padded boxes, baskets or crates for sale in front of the courthouse in
:. years old and rather portly, showed The roots shoull be carefully placed, Starke. Florida during the legal hours of sale. ,
on :Monday the 1st day of January A. D.
some nervousness as the mechanics began not thrown
into the r
!.o picking receptacles 917.. to the highest and best bidder for cash :
to tune up the biplane for the trip, Although sweet potatoes do not have the following described property to-wit: I !.. ,"
but he indicated no desire to back down the appearance of All of lot twelve (12) of Section six (6) in ;'"
being easily injured Township five of "
t 1 (5) south. Range twenty (201
I- When he took his seat and it was they require, in fact, as careful east containing eighty (80) acres, more or

lit found that the straps would not reach handling as oranges and apples. ess. I

1 '. around his body he ripped some of the Handling should be minimized to as E. M.Special JOHNS.Master. | DEPARTMENT STORE j

I : fur lining from his overcoat and threw great an extent as possible. This NO. C COOPER &: SON,
And A. II
t I it aside. When the aviator's helmet makes desirable a rough sorting in the Solicitors V. LONG for Plaintiff. 12-1-St.

L I' was refused adjusted to part to his with head his he fedora stubbornly and in field one by picking placing container the largest, the potatoes smallest MASTERS SALE. -I We buy in exchange Corn, Sweet Potatoes, Eggs, Chickens and other Produce.

i carried it .in his hands all the way to in another and the bruised roots in a virtue Hereby of notice that certain is given final that decree under of and foreclosure by- We sell Groceries, Hardware, Crockery and Glassware, Furniture, Shoes, Hats, Oils, I
f Washington. tUxFeMHtt. third. In made by the Judge of the
no case should sacks be used Eighth Judicial -
either as temporary containers or for in the Circuit Circuit of Court Florida for in Bradford chancery County sitting, Paints, Gasoline, Feeds, Fertilizers, Lime and Brick. We buy Phoslime in solid car :

i Effect: *UntMIUnr Tot* marketing purposes. Diseased potatoes Florida on the 22nd day of November. A. D. lots and are prepared to make low prices. We give good and honest
DOM M ft*w ttsM till stanch.la should be 916.. in favor of The American Trust Company measure an 1

addition to other properties,hez-F a assortments. Such placed roots in none should of not the tate of. a G.corporation F. Markillie.administrator deceased, as of eompi the in-es I I weight to all. Yours for the Square Deal,

contains Caactrt in acceptable form be left in ant and against J. Q. Flitch and PriscilU ..Ky
permanently the field to
ltfmu1atineLuatiTeudToaic. Lax Pacts cons Patch, a* defendantsThe -
effectmly and does not taminate, but should be gathered and undersigned as Special Hatter, will offer I
gripe notdiitnrb
for sale in front of
courthouse in
stomach. At the same time it aids fed to pigs. tarke. Florida during the legal hours of tale, NEWELL B. HULL _
digestion arauea the liTer and secretionsand 'On Monday the let day of January A. D. j
I res"hslhe healthy functions. SOc:. Read the Telegraph. 1917. to the highest and best bidder for cash
the following described property to-wit: .


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. + + + + + + ticable to so do in the manner provided forin RECEIVED OF_______________ IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto-

I. REPORT OF COUNTY FINANCES + the levying of an original the sum of _____ DOLLARS
LEGAL NOTICES a new assessment to be made Ument which cue -- set my hand and affixed the seal of our Cir
being the fifth
annual installment
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + when made, shall have like form levie.efet as and interest as specified in this certificateof of principal cuit A D.Court 1916.on this th lit day of November. '
an original assessment.
indebtedness. W. T. WE KS.
ORDNANCE NO. JO. Section V. That each of said assessments By_______ (SEL) clerk.
.. BE IT That at adjourned for said improvements shall be payable within Treasurer, Town of Starke Florida! CREWS,

i : Period Ending September 30th 1916. meeting RMEBER Tow of an the Town of thirty (30) days after the first publication of Complainant's Solicitor.
Counci the resolution Starke Florida ____ 1.3.5t
Starke County of State of aforesaid without intert but _19_
held .the 13th Brdrord Ford all such assessments not paid said RECEIVED OF _______________ BILL FOR DIVORCE.
report of the Receipts and Disbursements of the several funds of Bradford on ,
i. The for following the period ending September 30th. 1916 with the balances and the amount of Warrants at its regular p1e of meeting in A Town thirty (30) days shall bear interest at the rate I the sum of-----DLLR. In Circuit Court 8h Judicial Circuit of

r anti and a statement of the Aueta and Liabilities and the Value of the County at 7:30 m., there being then and of six (6) per centum per annum from the I being Florida, Bradford county.S. .
there the date of the first publication of the said resolution cipal and interest as specified in this certificateof G. Stephenson
present following members of said
of said Bradford County, as reported by the County Commissioners and the Clerk of
Property council: : aforesaid. The Town shall, in case indebtdne. vs Bill for Divorce. .
''' the Circuit Court of on the the Law SOth of day 1916.of September 1916. is hereby published under the provisions J. W. Andrews, Jr., D. C. Jone ,.E. S. Mat : of default of payment of any installment when -___________ _. Lizzie Stephenson.

;ia Chapter 6813 W. V. KNO'l"l', Comptroller. thews. J. W. Whit. : it becomes due also have the right t declareall Treasurer, Town of Starke, Ford! Notice to Appear
, GENERAL FUND.Treasurer's Absent. i outstanding inatllent as iediat\ The Stat of Florida to Lizzie Stephenson,

; t balance March Slat. 1916. overdraft ____________ I 278.10 At S meting A Blan .proceedings were due and payable, same lhl b payble Strk Florida,___19_ Gr ;
enforceable in all ____
____ It been
had respects ) having shown by affidavit that the
_________ _ 1564.35 among which were the following, to-wit: a ordinl
f -----------
.4 Warrants Councilman Jones presented a certain taxes, or otherwise as provided ; provided the turn of--____________DOLLARS, defendant Lizzie Stephenson is a nonresidentof

": March 31, 1916 ____ ______ 1,842.45 ordinance and. alter its being read by the however, it shall be lawful for the being the seventh annual installment of principal the State of Flordl. and that the residence
Ddclt Clerk respective owners of any property assessed and interest specified in this certificateof of said Moniae, in the
;:i MCHPTS.-March hat to September SOth. 1916: the rules be suspended and 1 dfendt II a Stat
u i. From Tax collector taxes __ ___. ..S 6.095.18 the unanimous consent of all members present for such improvement in th sum of Fifteen indebtne. of there is no person 11
taxes and redemptions 2910.64 9005.82 be obtained to consider the Ordinance as Dollars $16.00) or more, any time within __ _________ the State of Florida, the service of subpoenaupon
!r Comptroller, read without referring same to Committee on thirty ((30) days after the first publication of Treasurer, Town of Starke, Ford whom would bl.d said defendant, and

.'"" Rules, Laws and Ordinances the said motion the said resolution to file with that laid defendant ovtr age of twentyone -
balance ..._, _-_. 7.16S.S7 ; arorid th I th
Viking ---- Town
being seconded by Councilman Andrews the Clerk of the Tow Strk Starke, Florida,____19_ years.
. March Slit to September 30th 1916
:. WSBUSSEMENTS Salary of Clerk Circuit Court ___, : ____ 411.50 Chairman stated the motion and called for. an a written application to the Tow ting RECEIVED OF______________ It is t.herfor orer. considered and adjudged
the privilege to such the sum of _____ that the
Per diem and mileage of commissioners ____ 322.40 aye and nay vote, and the motion prevailed, pay assessment in in- --- DOLLARS. ald Lizzie! Stephenson
Attorney for commissioners- ________________ 12.S1 each of the said Councilmen voted aye in favor ltlmnt which shall contain a statement of being the eighth annul installment of principal do appear to the Complainants Bill of C
of the said motion. Councilman blok or other convenient descriptionof and interest as specified in this certificateof Complaint herein on or before the 18th day
Supervisor of registration _____________.__ 157.40
Buildings White moved that the Ordinance be adopted the of the applicant assessed forth indebtedness. of December A. D. 1916, in default whereof

,: Expense Janitors of County and other attendnt: _-_____________ 97.67 the said motion being seconded by Councilman construction of said improvement, and ByTreasurer..________________ a decree pro confesso will b entensl against
.. fuel and __________ 89.45 Jones, and then and there put to that the applicant and property owner Town of Starke, Ford! the said Lizzie Stephenson.It .
Llbt Poor: a of the "ayes and,nays the roll being waives any and all Irlartie of defense, is further ordered that this notice le
Car ) vot jurisdictions! or Starke. Florida.______ published in the
made outside the said Ordinance unanimouslyadopted otheri proceedings 19.. Brdor County Telegraph,
. to of paid by
,' I Allowance rants ____paupera_____ _poorhouse _war._ 910.50 by a vote of all members&of the Council to construct said for which said RECEIVED OF............___________ a newspaper Starke in Bradford
,. each of the laid members assessments have been levied, or the apportionment the sum of--------_______DOLLARS, county, Florida, once each week for six con-
Coroners Inquests: prent vote of the cost thereof that the being the ninth annual installment secutive weeks ,
; applicant of principal -
being votes
__ no "nay"
Fees -of officers, jurors and witnesses __ ____. 10.25Janity
said js recorded as follows: and property owner agrees to pay said and interest &specified in this certificateof IN WITNESS WilE REOF, I have hereunto

InQuire : and committees ___________________ 23.90 vot J. W. Andrews, Jr., D. C. Jones, assessment in ten (10) equal annual installments indebtedness. set my hand and affued the seal of our Cir -.
- Fe and Printing S. Matthews J. W. E with interest at the rate of six (6) By___ ___________ cuit court on this the 7th day of November, A
Stationery : Whit. per centum No such applicationshall Town of D. 1916.
General lttionel blanks, etc _______________________ 106.33 Absent: S. A. Bran. be per annum. Treasurer, Strke, Florida.
effective received and filed the
Record ...______________________ 105.40 The said in the following nor by W. T. WEEKS.
Clerk if the total amount of such assessment Starke, Florida,___ 19... (SEAL)
law _________________ words and figures, to-wit: Tow Clerk .
Advertising required by
due RECEIVED _.._ -
252.1 to any previous assessment for OF _____ _________ B, C. A. .
. Commissions Paid to Officers: ORDINANCE NO. street improvements or sewers assessed against the sum of _________... __DOLLARS .
--_ Deputy ClerkA. .
Tax assessor ___________________________ 300.00 t. the the 4"
same property or remaining unpaid, shall being tenth annual installment of principal Z. ADKINS
. Tax collector ______________________________________ 740.20 ORDNANCE PROVIDING FOR THE CON exceed the valuation of said and interest ,
1 property, specified in this certificateof Complainant's :
County treasurer _____________________________ 219.86 CERTAIN STREET IM- shown by the last roll of the Town, unIts a- indebtedness. a -- Sicitor. 1-10-6t
general Court work ......__________________ 241.75 PROVEMENTS IN THE TOWN OF STARKE. ta
Sheriff AND THE the owner shall, before making such application By__________________________ BILL FOR DIVORCE. '
Clerk of Court recording and general work ._______ 49.35
j- our pay in cash into the Treasury of Treasurer, Town of Starke, Florida
PORTION OF THE TOTAL COST THEREOF In Circuit 8th Jndichl Circuit
. Dbt correction account of warrant No. _______ ..60Treasurer's said Town Cur. of
AGAINST THE PROPERTY ABUTTING AND or County an)such excess or unpaid Florida, .

disbursements _____________________________________________ 4,11.24Net FRONTING THE SAID IMPROVEMENT.BE assesment roll over be valuation a shownby tificates Section of VIII.indebtedness Upon the issuance of the Mr- 1 R. HendersonVs \
: Total IT ORDAINED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL ta to applied on accountof a aforesaid, they shallbe

- balance September SOth. 1916 ________________________________ 3,052.13 OF THE TOWN OF STARKE, IN THE any such outstanding asesment. retained by the Town and deposited with Hattie Henderson Bill fir Divorce
Section That of the Town Treasurer in special and
. Warrants outstanding September SOth. 1916 ____________________ 223.76.. STATE Section OF 1.FLORIDA That the: following or the said thirty'yl. (30)) days, within which suchassessments fund known a the "Improvement a Fund separate" and To Hattie Notice.nd.\ n.to Appear.Greeting: '-*.

-: balance September 30th 1916 ________________________ 3,275.89FINE portions thf'ef. lying and being lituatt atrt are payable without interest, against the certificates so deposited but for an It having been shown by alfi.lavl that the :
limits there shall be issued against each piece 'ofproperty aggregate amount not in excess thereof, the defendant Hattie HenuTson is
AND FOFEITURE FUND.Treasurer's in the corporate of the Town of Starke a nfrn-n-sident

balance March 31. 11)16) _______________________________ 101.50 Florida, be improved by the construction of so assessed certicate of indebtedness, Town shall I issue improvement bonds in such of the state of Florida, and that th} residence
form and details
outstanding March 31, 1916 __________________________ 1,643.85 vitrife brick paving, in such form and man which shall therein indicat the description a by Ordinance may be Laws prc- of said defendant is at ,JptoO.I. Georgia, and
Wart a is required by the plans and specifications of the property asesed. name of the own- scrihd. as authorize by Chapter 6864, that there U no one wdhin Ste of Florida .

March 31, 1916 _________________ 1.542.35RCEPSMarh governing same, on file with the Town er thereof, if known the total amount assessed service upon whom would biijU 1 her the
Pencil ----------------------------
the amount of installment in each and the Section IX. That in order to afford the said defendant and .
31st to September SOth 1916: clerk, and which are hereby formally adopted t'at d endant is j
' collector, ___ 2382.02 by the Town Council relative thereto, the said date when the same are payable; the said property o\nlr or other persons interested, over the age of twerty-one years. .
taxe ---------------------
J certificates shall bear interest the of the of this Ordinance and
at rate provisions
consist of curbing is therefore onle-ied. and
to grading, considered ad
Comptroller taxes and redemptions ______ 1164.26 I
------------------ impr\'ement
1 Fines collected ____________________________________ 310.55 3.8:6.83Jalnl paving or parts a is thereof therein, being required follows: the ,laidatrt six shall(6)be made per cent payable per at annum the office until of Taid.Town and them to pride against ample the opportunity enforcement for of objections the requirementa by judge, that do appear the said to tie defendant Hattie Bill Hen.dern of a 4

f a to Treasurer in the Town of Starke Bradford herein contained, the Town Clerk shall Cmplainants .
balance ________-___._____.____________________ _____ 2,314.4! : Florida, and each of said certificatesshall immediately the and approvalof Complaint herein on or lfor day of
County upon passage
December, A. D. 1916. in defajlt
(A) Walnut street to be twenty-six: whereof a
% TS-March 31st to September SOth. 1916 pa\td
: DISBCREME : be made payable in one, two, three, this Ordinance by the Town Council and the decree confesso will be entered
bills (26) feet wide from the north side of Madison pro against
and cost in criminal
sheriff cases 355.05
dl'putie ---- four, five, six, eight, nine and ten enrollment thereof on the records of the Town
Constables, cost bills in criminal cases ______________ 62.10 street to the North side of Ninth street. Be.en. of ear and this the said Hattie Henderson.It .
after date, each installment principal publish Ordinance once a week for four
The cost of doing said work is estimated to is further ordered that this notice bepublished
Clerk circuit court cost bills in criminal cases ________ .68
interest to be paid annually the full consecutive weeks in the Bradford County
I' Justice of the peace, cost bills in criminal cast ____.____. 27.21 b $3.8:9.60. The total estimated cost per amoLnt of said certificates unt paid, but Telegraph, a newspaper published in the Town in the Bradford Cunty' Telegraph,
__ ___ ___ the property abutting the said a newspaper published at in Bradford
County judge, cot bills in criminal cases __ ___. 71.9 street frlt to $2.28. the owner of the property abutting on the of Starke Bradfor County, Florida. The County, Florida, once each Starkt week for five consecutive
fees -------------------------------------------- 508.35 b shall have the right to the Town the 18 day of December
Witc street paved pay
jurors _----___________________________ 79.50 (IB) Cal street to be paved forty (40)) feet so of 1916 at the wi 7:30 o'clock weeks. ,
amount assessed against each piece property p. m., meet at
I Feeding prisoners _________________ ______________ 615.20 wide frm the Wet curb line of Sanderson assessed in cash otherwise herein its regular place of in the Town of IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have. hereunto
Disinfectant __________________________.__________________ 200.00 Lane to the West curb line of Cherry stret sq at time he desire by to hear, consider meeting and determine set my hand and ntfited the seal 'of our Cir.
Miscellaneous item_________________________ 78.17 The cost of doing said work is estimated prvide.amount or any due, together so with accrued pay and Stake all objections which may be filed in writ-any cuit Court on this the 1st day of November,

Debit correction acct error scrip paid ______________ 4.00 918276. The total estimated cost per front interest thereon provided, that should the ing with the Town Counci on or before the A. D. 1916. W. T.
foot to the property abutting the said street .
right of redemption be exercised by the prop date herein named, be urged b
: Total disbursements __--------________________________ 2,001.25 to(be) $3.20.C Ninth. street to be paved (40) erty owner between the dates when the installments any property owner or other may person interested ) JOE(SEAL HILL) WILLIAMS Clerk.

for become due, then interest shall be against the enforcement of the requirementsof
..) Net balance September 30, 1916 _________________________ 313.23 feet wide more or less, from the Eat line paid thereon until the next succeeding installment this Ordinance, at which time the said Complainant's Solicitor. l.3.5t
1). outstanding September 30, 1916 ________________________ 107.94 of Walnut street to the West curb line of Cherry Town Council, if it deems that justice or .
street The cost. of doing said work is estimated priod. righ
VI!. The certificates of indebtedness requires the same, shall repeal, NOTICE, OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
-: Treasurer's balance September 30, 1916 _____________________________ 421.17 to be 449687. The total estimated cost when issued, shall be in substantially the confirm the provisions of this Ordinance; UNDER SECTION 8 .f CHAPTER
front foot to the abutting the
-) ROAD FUND.Treasurer's per property following form, : provided, however, that no such amendment 4888, LAWS OF '
:: balance March 31, 1916 ________________ 62.94 said street to be $2.86. twl shall increase the amount to specially assessed FLORIDA
outstanding March 31, 1916 ________________________ 3667.45 () Cherry street to be paved twenty-six against other property. b Hereby notice f given tht T. J. Alder
.; Wat ( ) feet wide from the South side of Call UNITED STAT OF AMERICA man, purchaser tax crifet numbered '8

.! Deficit March 31, 1916 ___________________________________ 3044.51 street to the North side of Ninth street The Section X.of the That Town all ordinances of Starke, Fla.or ,par of- respectively 91 and luul ) theTa
cost of doing said wo.k is estimated to BRADFORD COUNTY ordinance Collector for Bradford ). Florida
RECEIPTS March Slat to September 30th, 1916: b
flict with the
of this Ordinance, be
. : From Tax collector, ____________. $12,756.43. The total estimated cot per IMPROVEMENT CERTIFCAT OF IN-. and the prvilliona hereby repealed. Said certificates being dated August 3rd 1914
Comptroller, taxes txe redemptions __________________ 6.41.4, foot to the property abutting the said street to DEBTEDNSS same this are 13th of A. and October 5th, 1914 respectively, has filed -4
L 9,546.1 on day November
be $2.28. bJ Pas. said certificates in my office and has made

. :j Mating balance _____________________________________ 6,501.62 (E) Call street to be paved twenty-six (26) THE TOWN STARKE E. S. MATTHEWS.Chairman application for tax deed to issue in accordancewith
'I : DISBURSEMENTS-March Slat to September 30th 1916: feet wide from the West side of Bay street law. The laid certificates respectively
of the Council.
I+ Paid to commissioners for road inspection ____________ 140.EO to the West curb line of Sanderson Lane. The TEE PRESENTS CERTIFY and make Attest: ambrace the following lands in Brdfor .

"t Cost of material __________._____........__.-...-. 701.53 cost of doing said work is estimated to be $1,- the Town of Starke, Bradford C. A. FUTCH County, Flord. Isled at the
_- Live stock care and feed _____________________ 477.35 992.62. The total estimated cost per front County, State of Florda. ba caused this certificate Town Clerk. issuance certificates in the names respectively -
J ; Paid for free labor other than guards _________?_._ 547.70 foot to the property abutting the said street to of be issued under and Approved this 15th day of November A. D. hereinafter particularly set forth,

.; i' Pay ef convict guards ________________________ 930.00 be $2.5. by virtue of Chapter 7244. Laws of Florida 1916. I twt. p
Feeding and care of convicts on roads ____ 1928.52 IJ street to be paved twenty-six (26)) 1915. being an Act extending and enlarging JOE HILL WILLIAMS No. SI embraces lots 3, 4 of Elk
:' wide from the East curb line of Cherry the of the Town of Starke, and Chap 19 in Worthington
Payments on account of discharged convict________ 39.00 fet powers Mayor, Town of Starke, Florida. Springs. assessed T. C. i
Paid to incorporated cities and ___________________. 1015.94 street to the West side of Water street The ter 6864, Laws of Florida 1915. which certi- Douglass. $ 1 (
Miscellaneous items paid from contingent fund __________ 161.22 cost of doing said work is K\- ficate is hereby declared a lien superior to all OF FLORIDA. Certificate No. 202 embraces the S>_ of NEU
: 883.21. The total estimated cost per foot frontto other hens, save and except txe. against the STAT OF BRADFORD, SS of SEU and W of SEU! of SW S. 12,

Tot disbursements ______.___.._____._______________ 6.941.76 the property abutting the said street to be following described real ette, in the COUNT, Town Clerk of the Townof Tp. 5, S. R 22 E., 40 acres, Un-
$2.28. Town of Starke, to-wit u---------------- known. '
Starke, in the County and State aforesaid :.
Net balance September 30, 1916 ________________________________ 559.86 Section II. That it has been ascertained anddetermined in"the =: =:===: ....DOLLARS.lawful DO HEREBY CERTIF that the above and Unless said certificates Ihal be redeemed according -
Want outstanding September 30, 1916 _____________ that the total cost of the entire sum of: foregoing is a and correct copy of to law, ta iwue thereon
125.1 to be constructed is the sum of of the United of ful tre the I7th
improvement 1 money Slte Amerca. the transcript proceedings of the Town on day of November A: D. 1916.

Treasurer's balance September 30, 1916 DRAINAGE__________FUND.__________________ 684.97 $45,211.49.Starke Florida Tha tof, shall the total pay cost approximately, the Townof the the laid tame property being the for amount___________________ thereof(Council, of held said on Town the at 13th an day adjourned of November meeting the Witness 24th day my of official Ocobr.sianatur. and 1916.seal this I *

Treasurer's balance March 31, 1916 _____________________________ 434.97 one-third of the entire cost of constructing the said"assessment -and duly A. D. 1916, relating to an Ordinance provid- W. T. WEEKS ; 4
Warnt outstanding ________________________________________ 1,377.79 improvements on the streets to be improved : ; made of ing for the construction of certain 10.27-5t (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court
of the Town improve
Bnd outstanding _________________________________________ 15,978.33 17356.12 the remaining cost of each street, a completed, levied the Town Counci ments in the Town of Starke, and
and is payable at
in their order mentioned. to be assessed to the Starke, required Florira.

Deficit March 31. 1916 _________________________________________ 16921.15 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 portion property of abutting cost and NOTICE or FINAL DSCHARGE
been divided into ten equal annual Six after date the
thereof. and
RECEIPTS March Slit to September 1916 ba month $
: fronting the said improvement, and towit
From tax collector, taxes _____________________________ 3.264.25Comptroller Section III. That upon the completion of the payment payable to the barr in one, two for the form of certificates of indebtedness providing to 14th 1917, I will my
____ ___ _ construction work aforesaid and the ascertainment fire, six nine and vouchers and final account to the Honorable -
taxes and redemptions __ __ _ ___ 1.75 3,266.00Deficit thr be issued by said Town, in the amount of
of the actual cost, chargeable per ten years after date respectively, with interest G. A Gardiner, County Judge of Bradford
which Ordinance is in full
_.____________________?_______?____________?_________ 13655.15 foot front to the abutting property, and in on the above principal amount at the rate of. force and effect now Florda as administrator of the estate F
DISBURSEMENTS-March 31st to September 30th, 1916: order that the Town Council may be properlyand six ((6) per cent per annum, payable annually.It IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto pt eler, deceased, and asked to : --

Commissions paid to treasurer _..____________________: 14.82 definitely advised as to the amounts to be is understood that the owner of the assessed set my hand and official seal this 15th dayf be dischraged a such administrator
Interest on bonds _______________________._________ 703.65 specially assessed there is hereby appointed property is given the right to pay or this ? November, A. D. 1916. This the 14th day of July, 1918. t
A. F. Harley Town Engineer, who shall carefully the total outstanding indebtedness due on C. A. FUTCH. D. W. MANNING. t -

., Total disbursements ___________________??___________________ 718.47 and equitably apportion that part of the certificate at any time before maturity by pay Town Clerk. Administrator of the estate of D. S. Wheeler,
Deficit September 30, 1916 _______________________________ 14373.62 entire cost to be specially assessed to the different ing to the Town Treasurer of said Town the deceased. 7-14-6mo- r
pieces of property benefited by said amount of the unpaid installments of prnci. : l-1-5t

Warrants outstanding __________________________________________ 749.90 improvements, who shall thereby prepare an pal, together with accrued interest on total NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHIRGE
Bonds outstanding _________________________________ _________ 13685.62 14,435.52 assessment roindicating therein the names unpaid principal, to the next interest of pay NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Six month after date I will present to the
of the owners, if known, the descriptions of ment priod In case of non-payment any UNDER SECTION 8 of CHAPTER Hon. Gardiner, &County Judge ofBradford

Treasurer balance September 30, 1916 __________________________ 61.90 the property abutting the said improvement intert installment upon this certificate 4888 LAWS OF FLORIDA. county, Florida, my vouchers and
BOND FUND. and to be assessed, the number of front feet wh.n due and payable, it shall be op final aceunt ah Administratrix of the estate
each lot parcel of land contains, the amountper with the holder hereof to consider Hereby notice i given that W. C. Foster of S. Sternbjrg, late of Bradford ,
Treasurer's balance March 31, 1916 __________________ 0.00 tonal certificateas numbered .
; Bonds outstanding ______________________.____......______ 6.750.00 foot front chargeable thereto and the to of said sum expressed in this with interest purchaser of sale certifcate issued Florida, deceased, and ask t be dischargedas
RECEIPTS March tal amount to be specifically assessed, which immediately due and payable, respectively 109 168, by such Adminijtratrix.
Slat to September 30th 1916: 1
__ said assessment roll, &soon after the com to date. the Tax Collector for Bradford County Florida This the 18th day of 1916.
: ---------------?-- ----- ? ----- Town of August
to SOth 1916: pletion of the work of the said Town Engineer IN WITNESS WHEREOF The each of said certificates being dated th 't

mBURlM NTarh-3_s __September___, __., a shall be practicable, shall b fled by Starke has issued thi certificate and caused 3rd day of August, A. D. 191. ha filed the Administratrix AGE estate of S J. Stern- -
r-r ?? iTreasurer's
him with the Town Council, who the same to be by the Mayor attested said cerifcat in my ofice has made burg, deceased. .R-lg-Sm
shall and the Seal of said Town to tax deed to issue in accordance -
i balance September 30. 1916 _________________________ 0.00 sider same and if found to b correct by the Clerk. to b said -
I thereupon pass a resolution embodying thereinthe hereunto affixed, and this certificate b with law. The etrifeate respectively -- NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE

; Bonds outstanding September 30. 1916 ______________--______ 6,750.00 informationcontained in the assessmentroll date a of the-day of-A. embrace Florida the land in Six month after this date, t>wit, on the
Bradford assessed at date
fixing the definite amount per foot front county,
29th I
I of the issuance of such certificates in the ) 191 'i present
T nuunr'l'balanl March 31, 1916, overdraft __________________ 6.1.38Warrants ; chargeable to each lot or parcel of land therein ; the Honorable i outstanding March 31, 1916 _______________________ 16,001.53 deribed Upon the passage of the said ; .TfStkF'rda. name respectively hereinafter particularly set Judge of County, Florida, my vouchers .
forth to-wit
10lution, in order to afford the different Attest: :
'--- and executor of the last
whose property is proposed Certificate No. 109 embraces the tJE% of OUI.t a
e RECEIPTS property owners ----- --
-March Slat to September SOth. 1916 will and testament W. deceased
: Rivers
From tat collector, taxes _____________________________ 5,160.39 to be assessed, notice of the opportunity to. cierici Town of Starke Florida. SEU. S. 25, Tp. 6, S. R 22 E 40 acres, and ask to be .lscred I such ueutor. ,

Comptroller, tae and redemptions ______________________ 2,522.55 7,68:>.94 file any protest they, or any of them, may desire V. Lng. This Hat ), lilt.
to file against the levy of the assessment BACK OF CERTIFICAT.Numbr Certificate embraces the SE i of th d
Making deficit _____,_____________________________________ 8,381.97 and the apportionment of the same among the MVI4. Sec. 4. Tp. 7. S. R 22 E., 40 acres, Executor of the laJt Will and E.Testament FUTCH, of
and assessed S. S. Chandler.
of abutting
different pieces property ---------------

,.j DISBURSEMENTS-March Commissions paid Slst treasurer to September______SOth._--_1916____: __________ 55.55 frontng: the strt ordered to be improved by UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Certificate No. 173 embraces the SW'4 of W. l Rivera, dl''J '.Z8.6mo.

Interest on scrip _________________________________ 254.76 this they shall at once proceed to State of Florida NE'. and SW1 of SEU of NW%, See 11.
i Scrip not listed last paid -________ 86.25 publish said resolution at least once each week Bradford County Tp. 7, S. R E., 50 acres, assessed 1 M. JOHN WHITE & 30,
Debit correction tpr.error scrip No. 2451 .05 for two consecutive ""kB. and shall therein IMPROVEMENT CERTlCAT Little.
-------------- LOUISVILLE
Dibit correction overdraft forwarded from last 163.38, name a day not less than thirty days after the : Certificate No. 186 embraces the SE'-i of KY.

should be $63.48 ______________________repr___-______ .10 frt publication thereof, at which time the Issued by NEU and W 4 of NE'4 and SEl See. 3. Literal .., '
I Counci will meet and consider any ob THE TOWN OF STARKEFor I Tp. 8, S. R 22 E 280 acres, It'e Un ort""tand

Total d'sburement' _____?..._?____??_?____?__?__.??_ jetions may be filed on or before improvement of the within described known. full valuo paid
396.1 date therein named by persons interested prpery. I Unless said certificates shall be redeemed according -

Deficit September 390. 1916 ______________________________ 8,778.68 against the aSlsment proposed to be levied. to to law, ta deed will issue thereon ::.FURS -
Less Any property owner or person therein ------------------------------ on the 18th day of December. A. D. 1916.
------ ----
: credit correction account error warrant No. 4671 _________.... .30 interete
' who shal b dissatisfied appor ------------------------------- Witness my official signature and seal this Hides and C

J : Actual deficit September SO, 1916 _________________________________ tionment cost of said improvement I nst1men__ ___ t___ __ the 13th day of November. A. D. 1916. Coat 8UM
8.7jl,31 and be j_______ __ _
the 1
". Warrants shall have opportunity, requiredto W. T. WEEKS.
outstanding September 30. 1916 _____________________ 9.370.76Treasurer's 19-
Town Clerk in writing, specifically 2 $_due_ Clerk
( file with the ll-17-5t. (Seal) Circuit
and clearly, any objection that he may 3 5. __________ ___,-______ -----19__ Court + + + + .+ + + + 4'a
> ; balance ______ ____ ________
September 30. _
592.38 __. __ __
1 within the time prescribed by this Ordinance, 4 J__________due_____...-... 19 + +
f ASSETS AND LABILTIES desire to urge against such apportionment.Section 5 $___due_I9__ NOTICE OF ELECTION,
I Balance cash in treasury, all funds _______Aet._________-______________. 5,036.31 IV. At the meeting of the Town 6 $_due__ 19g 19____ Starke, Fla., Nov. 6. -

t' Uncollected taxes current year __________________________________ Council fixed for the hearing hereinbefore ap.if.d. 7 $_due_____ __________ __ By the power vested in them by the school + +
3,346.i or at any time to which the $_due laws of Florida the Board of Public Instruction -
bearng ______________ + New time table takes effect +
t d ..______ 19 Bradford
Total available ________________________________ ____ 8,383.02 objetiona to said special may be 9 $- ue of county hereby orders an election +
asset ? __ ___ -----19-- + 16. +
, adjourned, the Town Council shall give each 10 $___ due. held in Theressa Special Tat District No. 12:01 a. m., Sunday, May 28,

". UabitN- objector an opportunity to be heard to any 1 on the 8th day of December 1916 for the + Trains Rill arrive i 14 Starke +
; Irnt outstanding for current ___________-_______--_ 43R.Pl a Florida, 19 as
i warrants outstanding. 0. I. t'pnse. ___________-_______.____ objection that shall have been fle and shall Starke election of three trustees for two years and + follows +
; Drainage! scrip outstanding _________________________________ 9.3iO.71 74Q.90 hear and determine any and al objections RECEIVED OF- to determine the amount of millane to be a : -
. : Drainage bonds outstanding _____________________________ 13.6S5.62 that shall have been filed the apportionment the sum of_annual installment DOLLARS of principal sessed. .John Batten D. W. Moore, BKnson + +

;' Railroad bonds outstanding ___________________________________ 5.750.00Total such of hearing such shall special tither aSsment and the assessments after -- being and the interest first a specified in this certificateof appointed I managers.F.. G. SCHELL. + Jacksonville to iTampa + 3.

,' : liabilities; ______________________________________________ 30.013.09VALUE a indicated in the resolutions as indebtedness._ ._____._. 1.10-t Secretary. No. 1 _;il:14 p. m. +
or, if and equitable to By ? -
r OF COUNTY PROPERTY. publihed., neeal same re-apportion 1 such Treasurer, Town of Starke, Florida BILL FOR No. 3 _J10:40a.m. *

\ Not Reported. assessment before such confirmation, so that D\'ORCE + No. 9 -;i- 2:52p.m. +
', the assessment that shall be finally made and Starke Florida.-19_ In Circuit Court. 8th Judicial Circuit of + +

; MASTER'S SALE MASTER'S- SALE confirmed by the Town Council shall be equitable RECEIVED OF.------------------------- Florida Bradford County. IJacksonville

f" Hereby notic is given tha under and by Hereby notice is given that under and by and just bet1'en the different pieces of the sum of_DOLLARS, Lan
virtue of certain d.l of for virtue ] that certain final decree of for property abutting and fronting the said improvement being the second annual installment of principal Vs + No. 15 _1 5:04 p. m. ,
Z closure made by the Judge of the Eighth Jut t1"ur made by the Judge of the Eighth Judicial and 1 that any assessment charged and interest as specified in this certificateof Rmer Deal Bill for Divor +
dicial Cireu't of Florida in chancery sitting Circuit: of Florida in chancery sitting against any and all pieces of property as- indebtene. Notice to Appear.To + -

{. the Circuit Court for Bradford County. in the Circuit Cour for Bradford County, seared shall not be more than the equitable ________________ ______ Remer Deal, Greeting: + Tampa te JacksonvilleNo.
; Prd on th 22nd day of November. A. D. Florida on the day of November. A. D. proportion of the benefits that shall have been Treasurer, Town of Starke, Florida. It having been shown by affidavit that the .
+ ------------,4:54a.m.
defendant Remer Deal is 2
S of The American Trust Com- 1916, in favor of The American Trust Company conferred by said improvements ; provided, a nonresidentof .
Y Pang. a corporation Starke Florida, 19__ the State of Florida and that the residence + No. 4 3:42 *
corporation administrator of the es- a administrator of the estate however that no such amendment shall increase .- : p. m.
: tate of G. F. Markillie, deceased as eomplainMt. of G. F. Markillie, deceased, complainant the amount to be specially assessed RECEIVED OF ----------- of said defendant is at Bristol. Georgia -
;. and against R H. Taylor and D. Ta). and against S. J. Register a and Sarah against other property. After the confirmation the sum of____________________DOLLARS. and that there is no person residing in + No. 10 (Limited. ).._ 5:54 p. m. +
. lr. .defendants C as defendants of the apportionment of the said assess being the third annnil installment of principal the state of Florida, the service of a subpoenaupon + +
j undersigned, will of- Master Town the Town and interest specified in this certificateof whom would bind said ddendant and
as Special Master underilne. as Special will of- ment by the Council Clerk a + Cedar Key Jacksonville + -
far for tale' in front of the courthouse in fer 6le of the courthouse in shall forthwith in the Bradford indebtedness. that said defendant is over age t -

. St Ford during the legal hours of sale. Starke, Florda. durin the legal hours of sale, County publih, newspaper published in gy_________......__._____ ______ ty-one years.It + No. 1-.-- 9:27a.m. +
f 0 1st daJ of .anur A. D. on ) of January A. D. the said Town of Starke Ford a notice to Treasurer, Town of Stark, Florida ia thrfor orer consider and adjudged + *

', 1917 1 to 7 the highest best cash, 1917. to the highest and best bidder for cash, said property owners, tha the apportionment defendant Deal, I
, the :following described property, to-wit: the following described property, to-wit: of said assessments among the Starke. Florida-----19-- do appear to the Bill of Complaint + W.nne Trains +

- The north half of lot eleven Ull of : The northeast quarter of the southeast quarter different pieces of property have been eon- RECEIVED OF_____________________ herein on or before the 4th day of December. + (Daily Except SJmday) *
W> eighteen (18) in Township five (5) luth.S I of Section twenty-nine (29). Township by the Town giving the a date the sum of____________________DOLLARS, A. D. 1916 in default whereof a de- +
of Range twenty ((20) containing for four (4) south of Range twenty-one ((21) east, fred confration Counci.upon the publicationthereof being the fourth annual installment of pr.n- cr pro cne will be entered against th + No. 101 Le.ves Stare 6:15 a. m.

(40) acres, more or less.eut continin for (40) acres, more or less. &sment as apportioned cipal and interest a specified in this certificate sad + No. 104 anives StarJ 2:45 p. m. +
M. JOHNS. M. JOHNS. and of It is further ordered that thi notice bepublished -
confirmed shall be final. In the event any indebtene. +
.... E Special Muter E Special Master. of such special assessment shall be found )__........______....._____-__-__--- in the Bradford Telegraph, + T.'J.' GRIPHN, Agent
C COOPER I SON, JNO. C. COOPER & SON, par b invalid or insufficient, in whole or in Treasurer, Town of Starke, Florida. a newspaoer published at Starke; in Bradford + I +

A. V. LONG, And A V. LONG. for any reason whatsoever, th TownCouncil County, Florida, once each week for five con + + + + + + + + f+ + + + + +

Solicitors for Plaintiff. 12.1-t Solcitora for Plaintiff 1-1.5t may at any time, as far as i prac Starke, Florida,_____19- secutive weeks. A.



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!I ',. were well pleased. last Sunday at the home of Mrs. Bar- ed. He is an old Confederate soldier, of the family. Upon asking i ;

? Mr. H. F. Priester of Fort. Myers, ker's sister, Mrs. J. E. Norman.Mr. fought at the battles of Olustee, Cold she was not afraid tc. be in

i RTs'.1- was visiting his family a few days of and Mrs. Jake Johns, of Starke, Harbor, 3rd of June and was discharged house alone; with a frerry ku W
last week. attended church here last Sunday. at the "blow up at Virginia." He eyes twinkling, she replied .. .

Mr. C. D. Moore, our telegraph op- Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Brooks and lit- has a farm of SO acres, 50 acres of un- no; Belle, my granddaughter, j j
County News Items erator, has gone to St. Petersburg, tle daughter, of Starke, were visitingat touched timber and goodness knows gone to a neighbor's for eomethingk a .
: where he has accepted a position.Mr. the home of Mrs. Brooks' parents, how much more. Two large pecan treeson other and will be back directly" ; t

Nat Newsom was shaking hands Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Alvarez, last Sun- his place netted him $40 and there Leaving her we continued our }

FAIR... with friends in town Monday. day afternoon. I were still plenty of nuts to gather. ney. The road was hard and old KatJ
ti InUrcatlnl Facts Gathered During the Week by Our Dick Hewitt ran out to the chicken Miss Maggie Moore, of Wauchula, Uncle Henry had been working on his hoofs beat a swart tattoo as w.

Regular Correspondents. coop Saturday night and captured a who is spending a while with her sister onions and cabbages and they were in the direction of (MIlord,."-1i

.I twelve pound 'possum, and had "taters Mrs. D. W. Black, at Enterprise, doing fine. lie does not farm much tion on the Georgia -t

.. and possum" for Sunday dinner. is spending this week here visiting her now, only for his own use. He owes Through the fiat woods i in then. ,
t.... ; Last Saturday the girls basket ball friends, Misses Emma Lewis and Laura nobody and wants for nothing. He is t'r dress, the trees varying in eoW'f
.I 1 LAWTEY. the exception of the mayor and mar. team went to Lake City and played Norman. making a farmer out of his grand- from light green to dark, from fit ti t
,.. shal each gained two whic,l child Marvin 11. This terra cotta

r, l wheel !
i Brown were transacting business in Burney 34. play the Lake Butler team on Thanks- business in Lawtey Tuesday afternoon.Mr. saved $76 and put it in the bank. He to suddenly disappear in the*tracl laf

I Jacksonville last Saturday. giving, also the Columbia College girls Vasco Crawford, of Lawtey, was spent $15 for a tombstone for his lit- grass. The call of the Joe Re, bed f
Postmaster R. B. Jackson was a business HAMPTON. will play the basket ball team of girlsat visiting at the home of his aunt and tle brother. He also has 40 head of with here and there cattle br>wso !

' visitor to Jacksonville last Lake Butler fair grounds. Everybody uncle, )Ir. and Mrs. T. A. Crawford, hogs and is raising them scientifically, made traveling less monoton ,l
Thursday.Last is looking forward with interest last Sunday. dipping them and feeding them cooked Reaching GuUford, which is not ten I
of Jacksonville
Robt. 0. ,
,t Thursday morning when the business here Mon' of having a good time on Thanksgiving. rations.I thickly setthd# except by employes &

, pest office was opened up an old wagon was transacting Bob has friends here.C. BROOKER. spent a most enjoyable time at Mr. McCall's turpentine: still but whidjf
rte I axle, a big monkey wrench and several day. many We regret to announce that Sidney Varnesville, thanks to Uncle Bill and has a post ffi'ce looked after by Jfe t
other tools were found lying on the G. Frye, of Palmetto, was here! Padgett is at home very sick, and his Uncle Henry and left the place with J. G. Roberts,, we concluded, after ;:-
floor and table near the safe and examination Monday in the interest of the Shelly friends hope that he will soon be alright Mr. Arthur Halt, of Orange Heights, many invitations to call again. Next of inspection to proceed to Lulu. A%=

of the safe showed that an Dramatic Co., who will perform here again. spent last week in Brooker, the guestof stop was Mr. Mark Tomlinsons, a colored person female,.built on colos. -

h attempt had been made break it open, Friday night, Dec. 1st. Mr. W. V. McLean and wife are her sister, Mrs. H. L. Lewis. prosperous farmer with a well equip- sal lines, sunning her self near the .

as the handle with which to turn the Quite a number of our citizens at- here this week, Mr. McLean being herein Messrs. Clyde Ward, Thomas Bax- ped farm and a large healthy family.As railroad, furnished i the required diwe-;:
bolts to unlock the safe had been pull- tended the show'at Starke Tuesday.Mr. the interest of the Bradford County I ter, George Crosby, Harley Hazen, Mr. usual I enjoyed my visit thoroughly tion. Evidently we had Disturbed )her:

; ed out. Whoever the marauder was and Mrs. G. W. Hicks are the Telegraph. and Mrs. J. M. Shaw, Misses Edyth and left him busy grinding cane. economic dilations, anent the higi r.

evidently got scared away in some proud parents of another son. Miss Carlon and Myrtice Tilbert, of Warren and Thelma Ward attended the Mr. Nathan Varnes, whom we met cost of living, for naiain the price of .

manner, or did not have explosivesto We regret to report the illness oi Like City, spent Thanksgiving with county fair at Gainesville last Wed- next, was busy killing hogs, just 13 bacon and ertain other necessaries, .

finish up the job. About 43 cents :Mrs.Eli Hicks, who is quit sick at Miss Clara Stewart.I nesday.Miss of them, and put me in mind of Mack she informed us that H w;t s "scaaloaj" -
h. was taken from the cash drawer inI this Among those who attended the fair Edyth Crosby spent last weekin Addison, whose place looked more likea What appeared to d'ftress'' her most =
the store, which was all that could be L. A. Rawls, of Lake Butler, at Gainesville were Messrs. Ray Wil- Gainesville, the guest of Mrs. J. W. slaughter house than a farm. Mack was the price of cloth and clothing I J
missed. A pane of glass was brokenout spent a part Monday here.A son, DeWitt McGill and Misses Louise !: Addison lives on the Raiford side andI don't blame her. I sympathize with her -
I of a rear window where the burg- petition asking that an election Sanders and Edna Epperson.Mr. past week. neglected to mention this jolly good Six yards of cloth would just make{

lar made his entry. be called to bond for a new school J. Jones, of Lake City, was in :'tlissIamie Pinholster of Hampton, natured fellow in my last letter but a skirt in the prevailing style (knee
spent the week end with her mother
r., Mr. J. W. Killer, of Lorrain, Ohio, I J I building, is being circulated here, and town Tuesday. near Brooker. every time I come upon a hog killingI high) to encircle her sylph-like ciresm.; J 1
':' I is a guest at the home of his mother, is meeting with the hearty approval of Miss remember him, also the hogs. They ference. :\ -,
Collins left
I for
Mary Sunday
'r9: 1 Mrs. J. Walz. the patrons.M. MILLER.Quite Tallahassee were extra good ones. Nathan was To purchase more doth sec med too ?!
she will
take two
r Mr. Helms, of Orlando, who is attending : J. Green has returned from an weeks' a busy and my stay with him was short high for her financially, to curtail the
,! : the Florida University at extensive auto trip through South course science at but he made me promise to return and already abbreviated mode would also(*
,'j !. Gainesville, spent Sunday at the home Florida, having visited Gainesville, a few of our citizens attendedthe the Florida State College for Women. stay a night with him so that he could be too high for her modesty. "Res, 4
''y"i of Rev. and Mrs. T. B. Lawrence. Ocala, Plant City and other South Alachua County Fair at Gaines- Brooker was well represented at the talk to me. He is a fine, big specimenof boss, this am 'luilford. You take! tbt '

.r oJ Mr. R. 0. Daniels, of Jacksonville, Florida towns. He mentions progress vilje last week.A Alachua County Fair last Friday. I the genus Bradfordus.Our road there. Res, that straieht raj;

ri was transacting business in Lawtey noticeable at all places visited, but, of good county fair ;such as the one and Among Mrs.those L. A.who Brown attended were Mr. road now led to Lake Butler. :yes, that'l take you to'Lulu. Good
of the P. M. "
held Gainesville is 1 1edge
just at one bye.
rt Monday. I course, thinks old Bradford the best Barefoot At the railroad crossing just on the
. ., i Mr. 0. L. Thomas who has been i best advertisements for a county. The and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. -
of the
[ of them all. Why not? commissioners of Alachua U. D. Johns, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Math- of town you get a glimpse
i I one of Lawtey's leading genial mer- Many of our citizens attended the county lake through the trees. You turn at
Mr. and
Mrs. H. B.
; I chants, sold out his entire business Alachua county fair last week. county have been very liberal in appropriations and eny Mrs. L. Mr. the crossing, go down a short sandy I I r / 1 J
. i Morgan, Misses Ennie i
i last week to Mr. Enoch J. Roberts. for the fair. If our com-
The High School basket ball team Hazen and road and you are in town. The first
I missioners would be liberal and help Myrtie Morgan, Mrs. Mary
+ The vacant lot 30x100 feet, adjoining as
Waldo afternoonand that of that
motored to Saturday house we reached was
r the Bradford Fair we would Passavant, Messrs. T. C. Hazen, J. W. HOW YOU GET SICK
the large brick store included inI
was Croft
played the Waldo team, but was Pinholster grand old soldier, Colonel John ,
Jno. Shriver
N. Hall
i the purchase, and on which Mr. Rob- soon have as good a fair as any coun- J. Sometime overload
Waldo yon
I defeated by the boys. They and his good lady. Colonel Croft had TOOT
L. Shriver and John Shaw
i ty in Florida. Too much is Jr. stomach with rich foods. TOOT
I erts intends to erect another brick economy
( were courteously received and had a just sold his farm the day before for
bad Mr. H. S. Warren and family visit- life may be an active one. and thai -
building in the near future. pleasant time, despite their defeat. sometimes policy. ed friends about $2,500. lie has concluded to you may rare for all you eat. Bat
at Putnam Hall last Sun-
'' a few days of Inactivity show
Mr. S. P. Thompson, of Pittsburg, On Wednesday afternoon, November We hope to see a good county fair take life easy. Now, don't get alarmed. system does not call for eo mue your!!.

t p Penn., at present residing at Hawthorn 22nd, Mrs. R. L. Horniker gave a musical appropriation for the fair to be held day.Mrs.. T. C. Hazen and children The colonel is not going to shoul- Your You body awake feels in the heavy morning: know tired.
spent you
: -was a visitor at the home of Mr. E. recital at the home of Dr. Mid- at Lake Butler next fall. last week with relatives in der his gun and go on the warpath. you are not up to the mark. You
J. Roberts the first of the week. dleton. The program consisted of the Mr. and Mrs. Foster Glover are very Raiford.Mr. near When he talks about taking life easy overload.digestion has Part not of It cared remain for the It

t Miss Rosa Hall, of Starke, was vis- following: happy over the arrival of a fine girl Jno. Shriver and L. he means to recuperate, rest up, and its generates gas that Inflames the '. '
: iting relatives and friends in Lawtey Song, "The Buzzing Bumble Bee"- baby. Both mother and child are doing were transacting business son in, Starke, the writer's wish that his life may out delicate the digestive linings. fluid They fall and to neglect poor .-

Saturday and Sunday.Mr. Herbert Durden.Instrumental well. Friday afternoon. not only be an easy one, but a long to absorb the lite.giving element; '.
V. R. Reddish was transacting solo "Picking Cher- Our enterprising blacksmith, Foster You know Bometbirg la wrong
Mr. J. M. Shaw business one. Your body gets weak and soon
was transacting -
business in Jacksonville Monday.Mr. ries" Hazel Middleton.Two Glover, has installed a new gasoline opportunity la offered for some .*.
in Jacksonville' and The farm he sold is a mile east of -
J. S. Andrews was called to Lake selections of instrumental mu- engine in his blacksmith shop. Mr. Tuesday I vere nines. ,'
Wednesday.Mr. Lake Butler. There at an early date Taken In time the Indtreitloawould
Butler last Thursday on account of the sic by Miss Mamie Pinholster. Glover's business has become so heavy not become rlous. Ffrst re-
a serious illness of his father, Mr. W. H. Recitation "What Boys and Girls that it became necessary for him to Waldon, naval stores jean of v"'l: l be sold the farm implements, move the overload; thrn soothe the ....
Archer, was in Brooker this week IPS, cattle, hogs, wagons, corn and sore membianes; then build up the -
14 Andrews. in modern machinery to expedite weakened body. It's simple to .
Are Made Off" Herbert Durden. put some pros-I I'I'1' uy f.
) that not included in the
pecting.Mr. were but notto.)easy to do. You need help.
Mrs. J. Howe of is
Kingsley, a guest Middleton. his work.
Piano solo Miss Madge
A tonic that will quicken digestion
L. A. Brown has sold his Ford sre. Uncle Henry Varnes is respon-
' A at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. A Morocco purse was given as'a Mr. J. W. Parrish has bought'the'arm help remove while soothe the 1
car and purchased a big Chevriolet rible! for the following story: soreness and arous the system "
I I prize to little Hazel Middleton for the known as the Perry place from that's Just what you need
. Mr. E. J. Smoak, of Orangeburg, S. most faithful work as a music pupil. Mr. G. W. Alderman and will soon touring car. Colonel Croft made a visit to the Peruna has an enviable record la IOur
k, C., is a guest at the home of Dr. and Little prizes of remembrance were move on it. He sold his place to J. Mr. Levi Dyal, a traveling salesmanof Varnes place one day, and there was this thousand respect in the It lug last aided century many to .
Mrs. G. W. Brown, Mrs. Brown being given each of the little pupils of the f. McLeod. We are glad to have: Mr.I I Fernandina, was in Brooker a few no one in the house at the time but a overcome !'pat these conditions, aft4J

;t his daughter. After spending a few class for the splendid work shown by I WcLeod come in our community.Mr. days this week. little grand daughter, aged 3. She thereby The tablet prevent form serious la convenient sickness,
days here he will go to Tampa, wherehe the recital. G. V. Phillips has moved to Mr. Alvin McKinney and sister, Miss ran out to where they were workingand for regular administration.

will spend some time with his sons, Those present were, Dr. and Mrs. Lake Butler. He was formerly a citizen Mabel, of Louise, and Mrs. Dinkins, informed them that Uncle John \ vllAiJj. 0V ,Tablets>Maialli an ..;;
Dr. Ed and Robert Smoak. that it I of Orlando, visited at the home of Mr. had come. theldu) ;
Middleton, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Durden, of that place and decided .
l Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Thomas and Mrs. G. W. Hazen last Monday af- "Which Uncle John?" they asked. laxative and
; ares Mesdames W. T. Saxon, J. V. Jones, was a good place to live. liver tonla ;
spending this week with relatives and Sullivan, Watterson, Summers; :Misses Eury Spires, of Midway, visited in ternoon.Dr. '"Has he only one leg?" t l They hm .'
friends in Jacksonville and Nassau Madeline Middleton, Ada Nimmo, Vera our community Sunday afternoon.Mr. L. L. Lamb and E. L. Crosby "No," she replied, "but he has on .ant n 0 unpleas-effects t,

Y county. Saxon, Evelyn Jones and Mildred and Mrs. N. H. Stokes and Prof. motored to Lawtey Wednesday and a wooden sock and a wooden shoe." and. *form ablt.. .t i ,
n o
(h Mr. R. S. Fernandez, of Starke, was Seals, besides those who took part in N. W. Hall attended church at Mid paid that city a business call. Colonel Croft lost a limb during the lOc and 2S& i
transacting busines sin Lawtey last the program. Refreshments were way Sunday.B. Mrs. C. M. Pinholster left Wednesday war. This in no way interferes with Th'PenmaCtCola
Tuesday. served. E. Brown made a business tripto for a few days visit with her his riding. He is a good horseman, _"... a

Misses Bernice DeSha and Reba Friday, December 8th,, the follow Lake Butler Saturday. daughter Mrs. L. A. Wynn, of near and may be met frequently around the +:
Brown spent Sunday at the former's Hampton. town mounted on his favorite horse.
ing program will be rendered by the Mrs. Ruby Sullivan of Theressa,
! home in Waldo. High School literary society. came up Sunday to visit her parents, Mr. H. P. Gainey has bought the Lake Butler town is young and full "' 4

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moore and Mr. Recitation-Genevieve Rivers. Hon. and Mrs. H. C. Peeples.Mr. grocery business of Mr. A. A. Hazen, of promise, and by nature beautifully ,'

N. S. Moore attended the fair at Reading-Volney Wall. and Mrs. J. S. Brown visited also his home, and will move...... his family situated, healthy and clean. The storesare t
r Gainesville last Wednesday. Debate-subject, "Resolved, That Mr. and Mrs. Frank Osteen at Provi- here presently. ..... excellent. Fish and meat markets,
1 Mr. T. N. Limbaugh, of Starke, Napoleon was a Greater General Than :dence Sunday.Mrs. Rev. Walters, of the University of I groceries, dry goods, plenty of them,

: was transacting (business in Lawtey Caesar." C. M. Clyatt, who underwentan Florida, filled his appointment at the two banks, two drugstores, two cotton l'

Monday. Affirmative, Rawley Scotten, Clyde operation at the Rogers sanatoriumin free Will Baptist church last Sunday I.gins, one owned by Mr. L. A. Duncan,
t : Mr. James Goodfellow, who has been Mullady, Alvah Saxon; negative, Earl Jacksonville is improving nicely. morning and evening. Lumber is on the other by Mr. Roberts; four churches <

1 in South Florida the past few weeks Middleton, Ralph Williams, Broadus Capt. A. C. Werts, one of the oldest the ground for the erection of a new the Christian church, pastor, Rev.
in the. interest of a Washington com- Hardin. and most respected citizens of this church, and the work has begun. A Coleman, of Ocala; Methodist, Rev.

., I mission house, spent Sunday here with High School Paper-Henry Hicks community, has been confined to his number of the citizens have promisedto Paul Kendall; Baptist, Rev. L. A.
i his family. and Ruth Parrish. bed for several days. His many friends give labor and even one day's work Rawls, and the Church of Christ. A

I Mr, Felix Long, of Starke, representing The patrons of the school are cor- hope for him a speedy recovery. from any one will be much appreciat- feature of the town is its fine brass

,. i the W. B. Johnson Co., of dially invited to attend the Friday af- Algar Thomas, who is teaching the ed.The band, fifteen pieces, supported by the V
i ; Jacksonville, was transacting business ternoon exercises.The fowling school, visited his parents, county teachers' association will city council. The newspaper, the Brad-
; in Lawtey Saturday. members of Hampton lodge No. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Thomas, Saturday convene here next Saturday, Dec. 2nd.A ford County Times, is edited by the Uttls I

I Mr. Enoch Griffis, who has been confined 129 F & A. M., are earnestly requested and Sunday.Mr. large attendance is expected and versatile and well known Avery G. ,
i to his room for the past three to attend the regular communication 0. V. Brooks and family, of the ladies of the town are preparingto Powell, who finds time from his stren- SpeechOn
weeks, is convalescing, and his many to be held Secember 8th, at 7 p. Providence, visited Mr. and Mrs. II. entertain them at the noon hour. uous vocation to literally blow his horn 0
: .ii friends hope to see him out again in a m. The annual election of officers will G. Crawford Saturday.M. Brooker is small, but willing to do as for the town as well as figuratively, r i

d ; few days. be held at that time, and other important L. Colson and family attended much for the advancement of education for he plays the cornet in the city
i i Mr. George Wilkerson, of Highland, business disposed of. church at Midway Sunday. as any place, also for her visitors. band. Further introduction to Mr.

. I was visiting friends in Lawtey Sun- Rev. H. G. Davis, presiding elder of Prof. N. W. Hall and Miss Kate I Powell is needless, as he is famous all Clothes !

e day.Miss the Methodist church, was present Douglass attended the fair at Gaines THE-MAN ON THE ROADBy over the state for epigram and wit.
: Marguerite Godwin spent Sat- Sunday and filled the regular appoint- ville Friday.A Credit must also be given to his able Please

urday and Sunday with Miss Mabel ment for Rev. Hendry. After the ser- number of our citizens are grinding assistant, the charming Mrs. Powell,
W. V. Mack.
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Edwards, of Gainesville. mon the fourth quarterly conferencewas cane this week. The cane crops known better to her friends as "Bes- Listen
Messrs. Earl Whitten and Ury Gunter held. Quite a number of visitors in this section is extremely short this The morning we left Raiford was sie."

I of Raiford, were visitors to'Law- were present, to whom a cordial wel- season, which will make syrup orettyiih. dazzling bright, the air sharp and The High School is an institution
'1 tey Sunday. come was extended. piercing. Johnstown was our first stop. worthy of a larger town. Besides the
I'M Mrs. L. E. Roberts, of Starke, was'a Mervin L. Rawley is home this week Mrs. S. V. Stokes, of LaCrosse, is This is the home of Mr. John Coffin. principal, Mr. Draper, there are nine You can affordto

, guest at the home of Mr. E. J. Rob- after being in Sarasota for some weeks visiting her son, N. H. Stokes, this He is postmaster and informed us that teachers and one music teacher. It
' the first part of the week. where he has been following his voca- week. hp owns 12,000 acres which he intendsto boasts an orchestra of eleven pieces, be stylish.You .

Quite a large number of young folks tion as carpenter. We are sorry to hear that friJ.. ('olor>ize. The next place is Varnes- violin, piano, drum, clarionet, flute,
a, attended the fair at Gainesville last W. Parrish is confined to her room i'ie. It ;is more populous, contains etc. A chemical laboratory, library, can wearStyleplusflir
Thursday and Friday. LAKE BUTLER.The "V sickness.! Her many friends wish fliout four families of the name of fiction and scientific, valued at $600 is I
x Mrs. J. M. Wilson, of Starke, was a her a speedy reco\ery. Varnes. Mr. Wm. Varnes would not in the school. The building covers eight .
guest at the home of her son, Mr. J. !hear of me proceeding any farther until acres and cost $25,000. Professor Dra- -.q

E. Wilson, a part of last week. revival at the Methodist churchis RISING.Mr. I had dined with him and warmedup per is justly proud of his athletic as- '! It
'y Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Norman and Mr. still in progress. Rev. Kenal, assisted for it was very cold, as I have already sociations. Two fast basket ball teams,

f' and Mrs. James Yarborough, of Rai- by Rev. McCord, are holding a good I stated. The Varnes family were the boys organization beaten only two flA hAB___11__
.! ford were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. meeting and we think much spiritual and Mrs. Walter Thornton and horn and reared here and the reminiscences times in four years, and the girls be- .... _.,._pw the _.- 43I
; J. E. Wilson last Sunday. good will be derived from it. little daughter of Raiford visiting '
were of the older members are very ing defeated only once in the same
'3 Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mr. E. J. Rev. W. H. Coleman filled his regular at thp home of Mrs. Thornton's interesting. It was at Mr. Wm. Varnes time. He is planning a tennis court, :
4 Roberts and Earl Roberts were visitorsto appointment at the Christian church mother, Mrs. I. S. Smith, last Saturday -'' I met Mrs. McGruder, teacher of the and further improvements, believingin knowing that you

Starke Tuesday.Mr. last'Sunday. We had a real good interesting and Sunday. .'I Varnpsville school, a capable matron, development of the body as well as yougetstyleofthebetter
A. H. Harley spent several daysin sermon. Miss Mamie Campbell of Starke, esteemed by parents and pupils like. the mind. I called upon Mrs. J. R.
Middleburg last week. Mr. Warren Addison and Miss spent last Saturday night and Sunday Her roll numbers 40. At present she Richard while in town. She was sit plus guaran-
Dr. G. W. Brown was a visitor to Florence Brannen were married at the with Mrs. Elam Lewis.
is coaching some of the larger ones ina ting on the porch of her residence and teed satisfaction for
Maxville Sunday.Mr. home of the bride last Sunday after- Mrs. Lizzie Norman, cf the Water- one act comedy. I listened to the had quite a conversation with her.

and Mrs. R. B. Jackson visited noon. Notary Charlie Register pro- oak section, spent last Sunday at the reading of it by one of them and it was There is scarcely a person in the coun- $17. At this store
friends in Lake City the first part of nounced the words that made them home of her son, Mr. J E Norman.Mr. extremenly funny. One of the scholars ty she is not acquainted with. WhenI alcae.T1IE

the week. one. Mr. and Mrs. Addison left on the Loyd Moore, of V/pteroak, was played the organ while the others stated my errand and tqldjier who I .

Mr. A. Rosenberg came over Tuesday I evening train for Jacksonville, where visiting at t'r home >.f his aunt, Mrs. .! sang. Mrs. McGruder's pupils are a was, she said, "I have known Gene," not
and had his household goods ship- they will make their home. We wish T. A. O n'(-rd last F .'. '-'??y and Sun i credit to her. It was hard work to getaway that is Editor Matthews' Christianname price has

ped to Alachua. :them a peaceful voyage through this day.Mr. i from Uncle Bill Varnes. If he "since he was a small boy, and been raised.
The town council met in executive I earthly life. Earl Edward ">"! Eferage I had had his way I would be there yet, you tell Gene when you go back that I
session last Thursday and canvassedthe Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Dell and son, Er- Campbell, of Starke, c' f'rded church "and, by the way, he is one of the old- will be 88 years old next 20th of July. JJtALVAREZ 4 4S
votes of the election which was nest, went over to see the fair at here last SUI: av. est readers of the Telegraph. Notwithstanding her age she still

held Nov. 20, which resulted the same Gainesville. Many of our citizens visited Mrs. W. J. Parker, (\" 'l" Marys: Uncle Henry Varnes, on the hill by reads the paper jd keens informed.She !
as the count by the inspectors with the Alachua County Fair and all 'and Mrs. ::,'le; Joh r, r S'arVp, spent the mill, was the next to be interview- has outlived all the older members ARAE, FLORIDA

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