Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
February 18, 1916
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I ANDA900FOOT' Convention-Will Be Held. in BY.LL PALMER. Skeleton of Robert Wixson, of (CALL FR COMMITTEE .

i' Starke-Florida General Traveling Representative of the Telegraph.If Gainesville Found on
Secretary Leader. you will stop and think a moment ference in the appearance of things Payne's Prairie. MEETING
you will recall the fact that on the about a farm whether or not it is well ,.
Convention to be held in Starke Monday before Christmas it rained. kept and looks thrifty and clean. It -'.- ,
BELIEVED BE TrlE WORK March 1st and 2nd. Night session on Yes, it rained all day and about all serves to encourage the good wife to GAINESVILLE, Feb. 16.-The mystery i
the 1st and all day of the 2nd. R. C. night. It rained till the whole country put on a clean dress after dinner and that was connected with the dis- CHAIRMAN 4.MES THOSE i
OF FOREIGN General Secretary Florida was a-soak with water, and the to see to it that the children are clean appearance of Mr. Robert Wixson, an ;
INCENDIARIESSu School Association is leader. wettest and coldest variety of water and tidy in Appearance. It requires a aged resident of this city, from his WHO REQUESTED MEETING ,
I Splendid programs as given below. known to the Weather Bureau of Flor- little; time and work, but the returnsare home on Union street on the afternoonof '-
Another Steamer and 25 Scows and Preliminary meetings to be held in ida. The next day was as clear and so great that it would seem that Sunday, Dec. 27, 1914, was clearedup i .. .j
Lighters Partly Burned-Two the following towns: bright as the face of a new school boy, all farmers would get into the habit of on Sunday, when a skeleton and | Qualification, or .tSturkie Resolution, .
Persons Still Missing. Raiford, February 22nd. .I but like the maiden in her first lover's improving the looks of things about fragments of the clothing worn by the Will Again & Subject to the ..
Lake Butler, February 23rd. quarrel, the trace of the tears were their places. "t), yes," they will tell unfortunate man were found onPayne's Action oti Committee.
Graham, February 24th. still there. you, "my place is for sale," but who prairie, between four and'fi.e -f_
NEW YORK, Feb. 16.-The steam- Hampton, February 25th. About 10 a. m. good old Mack and wants to buy an old run-down ramshackle miles south of Gainesville.The .
ships Bolton Castle and Pacific and a00foot Theressa, February 26th. the Traveler started out on the last of a place when there is a nice discovery was made by Wm. R. TAMPA, Feb. \ Chairman Geo. 1
pier belonging to the New Lawtey, February 27th. lap of the trip through Bradford count clean; place to be had right next to it? Robinson, a white man, who lives on P. Raney, of the .4 ate democratic executive .
York Dock Company, at the foot of These preliminary meetings to be t While all the weather conditions Farmers, wake up, and be up and do- the place of Ii. F. Watts beside the committee! today issued a call
Pioneer street, Brooklyn, were destroy conducted by W. A. Mooreassistant hitherto had been ideal, from now on ing. Make the most out of your opportunities prairie. Mr. Robinson, accompaniedby reconvening the committee in Jacksonville -
ed early today by the most disastrousfire secretary. Mr. Moore will use the the roads at least were destined to be and in the end you will J. W. Fowler, was looking for cat- February :2itn. This is to recon-
on the Brooklyn water front in stereopticon to illustrate. A fine even- bad and to serve to cut short much of reap a rich reward. tle and while passing over a part of sider its action it( the recent meetingin
years. Another steamer, the Palla- i ing's program will be given. the proposed trip to the northern sec- I ]Drew Reddish and his good wife are the prairie which is now practically. conectjon \\itI.\\ the Sturkie resolu-
zia, was damaged, about 5 scows and Florida Sunday School Associationhas tion of the county. Some time,-it maybe known all over that whole section. He dry, but which at the time of Mr. tion and especially! sections four and ;
lighters were partlly or wholly burn- organized 23 counties. Bradford it will be the good fortune of the has: a splendid place and farms it right Wixson's disappearance, held several five thereof, which have been much I
ed. Six hours after the fire started county will be the 24th. Splendid Sunday Traveler to pass that way under more up to the limit. He has 150 acres and feet of water, they came upon the commented upon.! and condemned by I
the police said they had accounted for school work is being done in eachas pleasant circumstances and give all a has 100 of it in cultivation. He has skeleton. meetings of democrats and some of
all but two persons aboard the burned a result. call. j jgoTaking interested in the stumping business Messrs. Robinson and Fowler reported the county executive committees. Mr. !
ships. The loss is estimated at con- Program planned for Starke as follows a northwesterly course from and before he quits it will look their discovery to officers in the Raney now rail** the committee together :
siderably more than 1000000. : Starke one follows the Lake Butler I] so good to him that he will have it all city Sunday and during the afternoonthe on reque.s,'of a majority of its
The origin of the fire is unknown, Wednesday Night March 1 road for a few miles and then turns I cleared. Last year he had 50 acres bones and fragments of clothing members. \ i
but suspicions that it was, incendiarywere Informal "Get Together" meeting. abruptly north and in time he reaches j in corn and produced a fine crop. lie which were worn by Mr. Wixson were The ();:.cial Call I
aroused because of the fact that Address by R. C. Weidler. Raiford. Of course along the way I had 600 bushels of fine sweet potatoes brought in, being carried to the officeof His official call'follows; :
some of the steamers were loading Thursday Morning there are many fine farms and prosperous I stored( away in great mounds. He had Justice of the Peace S. L. Carter. "A meeting of the state democratic I
with war munitions, some of which 9:00-Devotion. farmers all of whom must be |'30 hogs and 100 cattle. He has not Monday morning Justice Carter, aid- executive commit'fe of Florida is hereby !h
was intended for shipment to the Rus- 9:30-The Sunday School: interviewed. i begun dipping operations yet, but will ed by Constable W. G. Richardson, called to be lld} at the Seminole j I
sian government and to be deliveredat ((1)) Its Origin and Develop- Soon great columns of smoke were ] soon join with his neighbors in a dipping empaneled a jury and an inquest was hotel in .ot\ille, on Thursday, I
Vladivostock. seen rising in a northerly directionand vat .
| project.Mr.
ment. held.The February 24th, ai 10 o'clock in the :
Started on Gasoline ShipA ((2)) Its Purpose. inquiry elicited the fact that ti I Reddish has a nice farmhouse coroner's jury rendered a verdict forenoon, for the purpose of trans-
watchman aboard the Bolton Cas- ((3)) Its Proper Organization. came from the Prison Farm where extensive I home, and everything about the place to the effect "That deceased, Rob- acting such business as properlycome ,
tle, which was loading gasoline for ((4) School Discipline and clearing and brush and stump> j looks< like comfort and plenty as the ert Wixson, came to his death in the before it. w may ,
Russia, discovered that the buildingsin Management. burning was then in progress. All fruit of intelligent labor. He has lived following manner, to-wit: by drown- (Signed) "G1'0. P. RANEY, :
the pier were on fire soon after 1 10:30-The Pupil. day; long it was in evidence, and one i 'j on the place some 20 years and has ing." % "Chairman."
o'clock this morning. The blaze spreadso (Use any four topics.) could but recall the Scripture statement j become one of the representative citizens Robert Wixson left his home about "The following j snembers of the com-
rapidly that the officers and crews ((1)) Child Growth and Char- about the "smoke of their torment -j of the community. He has a nice 3 o'clock on the afternoon of Sunday, mittee requested the call for another
of the steamers and lighters lying at acteristics. ascending forever." lot of orange trees and the fruit given December 27, 1914, carrying the pieceof meeting: Messrs; Cone of Baker
the pier, after a vain effort to preventthe ((2) Influence of Heredityand The first stop was made at the farm the Traveler graced the Christmas fes- rope in his hand. Being past 79 Futch of Bradford; ; Dame of Citrus;;
spread of the flames to their ves- Environment. of G. II. Eldon, whose home is at Al- tivities in his home later on and were years of age, and quite feeble, his Smith of Clay; 13' ie of Columbia W. l
sels, were compelled either to leap ((3)) The Teacher's Point of exander, Indiana. The place comprises eaten with real relish. mind had for some time been affectedto W. Trammell of? Gadsden; Price; of I 1..
overboard or to seek safety aboard Contact. 40 acres and has: a nice house on The Wateroak Branch the extent that when he was any Hernando; W. J. franklin of Calhoun :
other lighters or tugs. (4) Winning Them to Christ -' it. Mark Moody was in charge of the | Of course the neighbors and the appreciable distance away from home, Brett of Holmes; Stewart of Lafayette;
The three steamers lying at the pier ((5)) Holding Them for Him. farm; and he was engaged in planting I map makers call it the Wateroak i he could not find his way back. Neighbors Kennedy of Late: :; Barden of Lee;
were surrounded by a fleet of about ((6)) Training For Sen-ice. the whole of the place into pecan trees. branch, but the Traveler knows from i and others in the Community Sale of Levy; Rote of Madison; Wai-
fifty lighters and barges. On some of: 11SO::: -Round Table. If all goes well, and there seems to be actual experience that Watersoak is amore :1 I knew of this condition, but on the day | pole of Monroe; :Sauls of Nassau; \I
the barges were the wives and familiesof Adjournment. no reason why jt should not, Mr. El- appropriate name for the pesky 1of his disappearance the weather was I Blair of Taylor; \ ells of Washington;
the captains. Some of them were Thursday Afternoon don will have a fine home and ample little stream. You see, it was just this very disagreeable and but few peoplewere Gillis of Walton;{ Drake of Broward;
compelled to jump overboard. Fire- 2:00-Devotions. income in a few years. I wny. Along in the afternoon we be- on the streets. The search that I Eaton of JeffersjJn, advised that the
men and policemen dragged many out 2:15-The Teacher: About four miles from Starke one gan to inquire about a good place to was prosecuted revealed that he was people of his coin ty were opposed to
of the water to adjoining piers. Oth- (Use any four topics.) comes to the splendid farm and home stay all night, and with one accord seen passing along streets leading I the resolution .!*,; worded; Becks of 1
ers were rescued by tugboats and fire ((1) Qualifications. of J. M. Brownlee.! He has 160 acres, they all said, "Go to George Wainright's through South Gainesville and on beyond Putnam, to the j me effect; Hillmanof
boats. I and 75 of it in cultivation and stumped over the branch." Now, it had the cemetery. One party was ) '
Edge himself
., (2)) Keeping on Spiri- Suwannee, f-xf ssed as opposed -
Captain Benjamin Smith, of the Bol- tually. as well. He does general farmingand not rained in so long that it never occurred found who noticed him walking along to the solution: and would vote
ton Castle and six of hisc rew made ((3)) Maintaining the Physical grows a few berries on the side. to any of them to say that the the road about two, and a half miles to rescind, thou!!} not positively join-
their escape from the burning vessel Maximum. This season he is planting five acres. crossing was dangerous because of the I I south of the city, but of course this ing in a request for another meeting.
by crawling hand over hand on a rope ((4)) Mental and Cultural He has a fine house and barn and the recent rains. person was not aware that the aged I "Okaloosa eou' Jy has no state committeeman -
to a barge. Mrs. Smith fell into the Growth. place looks spic and span. There is As the stream wa approached it man's mind was impaired. The day the bard l of county com
water, but was rescued by sailors. All ((5)) Lesson Preparation. nothing "run down at the heel" about was noticed that the water seemed to following his disappearance a cap was missioners of the
the rescued persons were given shel- ((6) Practical Principles of the place, and the effect is that of the flood everything, but there were fresh found on the railroad near Alachua other meeting of she county committee."No request. an-
ter on a nearby pier.Boilers Pedagogy. appearance of thrift, and best of all It I buggy tracks, and so into it we went.It Sink and it was identified as that worn '"eceived from
Blow Up ((7)) Teacher Training Plans. success in the work. He has a deep went all right for quite a distance. by the missing man. Further than of Wakulla count. Page,
When the first company of firemen 3:15-Every Day Problems: well and a gasoline engine lifts the Suddenly old Mack stopped and looked that, no trace of his whereabouts was "The remaining twenty-four mem I
reached the scene the pier was blazingso > (1) How to Interest Parents water into a tank which supplies the back. "Go to it, old Boy, we are in, learned until the discovery of the skeleton bers declined to inn; in the request or !
furiously that they could not gain (2)) How to Provide Ade- various water needs of the place and can't back out." And into it he last Sunday.It positively t r
express themsely-n as
access to it. The Pallazia was quate Room for Teach- through pipes. This is an old settled went. One plunge and his feet touched i is now plain that the gentleman posed to another eeting. op- !
ed into the stream 200 yards or E1 ing. place as the father and grandfather the farther rise, but the buggy went wandered on and on in the night until ?: t
off the dock, but it was impossible (3)) How to Hold the 'Teen'1' before him lived here. into the water to the seat. Once on he waded beyond his depth in the prairie Double Construction 1
move the other two steamboats.The Age Boy and Girl. Mr. Brownlee has 70 head of cattle. the other side, a look back revealed marsh, when he perished.J. "A number ot'the above named
boilers of both the Bolton Castle (4)) How to Develop Leaders He formerly used Herefords, but of valises and other belongings floating' committeemen j,;;;'.ing- in the request ,
and the Pacific blew up when the 4:15-Round Table. late has changed off to Shorthorn Dur- serenely down stream. Into the water M. Truby has shipped a carloadof i for another mt-eti,nr base such request '
fire was it its height, completing the 4:30-An Open Question Box. hams for milk. He has a fine young cold as Christmas, knee deep and witha ; sweet potatoes north this week. solely on the ground that sections four I
work of destruction.Fire (Answers to be given at the peach orchard started which he believes long pole the belongings were secured W. F. Edwards presented us witha or five were so warded as to admit of
boats prevented a spread of night session.) he can make succeed by careful the water drained out and loadedinto ; red sugar cane about 3 feet longthat I the possibility c/tea double construc-
the fire to adjoining piers and beforeda'light Thursday Night spraying. lie remembers well when the buggy. Cold Well yes, rather had 30 joints. Though hardly fit 1 tion being placed :;;pon them. A largemajority :
had it under control. 7:30-Devotions. *there were peaches for the hogs on the So with water-soaked feet and to chew on account fo the shortnessof | of the mmittee expressed '
The Bolton Castle, a British vessel, 7:45-Answers to Questions. place and he believes they can be still belongings and with teeth literallychattering |. the joints, it is a handsome and themselves to thf effect that in the ':t:
of 3,689 tons, arrived on February 6 Organization Hour. grown here with proper care. It is with cold the short drive to unique vegetable product and wouldmake event of another eeting of the Flor-
from Singapore, Port Natal, and St. Inspirational Address by Mr. Weid- certainly to be hoped that his plans Mr. Wainright's was quickly made. In a fine walking stick. ii i ida state commit:; being held, that a
Lucia. The Pacific, of 2,612 tons, arrived ler. will succeed for it is too bad in the a short time good Mrs. Wainright hada i ii resolution should'ie adopted prescribing I
from Hull, England, yesterday.Both very heart of the real peach growing booming fire going in the big fireplace H.SKlLL AT GREEN; COVE i qualification)f electors for the
belonged to the castle line. The I MODERN WOODMEN section there are no peaches grown. and in due time everything was democratic primary, so framed or I
burned pier was leased to Barber & Another evidence of the thrift cf dried out and really no ill effects! followed -1 worded, to insurr hat only those who .
Starke Carries the
Off Honors
Co., steamship agents, and is believedto Mr. Brownlee is the fact that he makesa the unseemly and frigid dip into to the i I are willing to giv;>: their undivided allegiance -
have been filled with merchandise, i Had Celebration With Oyster SupperWednesday large amount of compost every year.He the overflowing Watersoak branch.It Tune of 31 to 13.: to the L))inocratic party and I
including war munitions. Night.i cares for all that accumulatesabout is said of some: men whose interests I all of its nominee$ he pern itt'd to
I. the barn and cattle sheds and are varied that they are "jacksat The following students of the StarkeHigh participate: in thejp primary. s
NOTABLE COMING EVENT. The flourishing local lodge of : in this way is able to cover about five all trades and good at none," but School went to Green Cove l I "Jt is very e\ii it from the above! ,
\IOJ-1 da each with Thisr.ot the with W. i I thct! there is somwdou'it as- to whether
ern Woodmen held its annual acres year a spreader. j such is not case George Springs Saturday to play a game of '
tion Wednesday evening. Speeches by only saves expense but puts the I Wainright. He is a man of varied interests basket ball with a team of the GreenCoe I'I s majority of tifc committee: in fact
Miss Mary E. Keown, of DeLand, several of the members enlivened the vefy best form of fertilizer on the and he is making a booming High School: Charley and Gus aired another trletirt:; in
will speak at the school auditoium on occasion, but the crowning feature ground, that which Nature really intended success of them all. The reason of this Beasley, Newn Wainwright, Allan view of the diff!\..'ent constructions
Tuesday the 22nd inst., at 3 o'clockin was Ca-I which have boon placed
I the
for that reso-
purpose. is two-fold. First of all he strict upon
an oyster supper at Rowand's Cafe, pays nova, Raymond Speer, Drayton Colley,
the afternoon. one of the sort for which this restaurant J. E. Norman has 30 acres in culti- attention to every branch of his business Rawson Davis, Harold Wall, William lution, I felt it m-Sr duty to cal! another -
This entertainment will not be in is justly celebrated. vation. He had good crops last sea- personally, and then he has a Thomas. The team was in charge of Ii'I meeting in ord v that there may bea
the nature of a demonstration but will Those present were: Messrs. S. L. son. R. M. Alvarez has 60 acres, with lot of most dependable sons to whomhe Prof. Dowling and Mr. Perryman was, thorough di3c\L/ ion of the subject
be an informal discussion of the: ? !b- Peek, Wm. Wainwright Errol Alvarez 25 under cultivation. He has stumped can relegate the details of the istbe as usual the referee. and such action t ken as may be in
ject. Miss Keown is sent over the D. D. Green, W. A. Moitt. G. H. Bennett seven acres. In addition to general business and know that they will The Starke boys did themselves I I I the judgment of committee to the
State in the interest of this work by best interests of tf It is important
he e party.
has one-half -
in ber- cared for.
farming acre properly this
Joe. E. Wilson, R. A. Weeks, T. proud on occasion, winning the ,,
Stetson University, DeLand. All expenses ( ries. J. L. Warren has 190 of Mr. Wainright has 240 TO of that every member of the committee -
A. Howe, W. C. Powell, W. A. Bes- acres acres contest by a score of 31 against GreenCove's
except local entertainment, being which he has 37 in I attend, an;;ij I hope that
sent. Jr., J. C. Robinson, H. 0. Smith[ cultivation, and 20 which is in cultivation and 45 stumped. 15. every
paid by this institution.The D. C. Jones, J) P. Tomlinson, R.R. acres stumped. lie also does generalfarming In the farming line he grows corn, More games with the Green Co'ebo's candidate for thiiUnited; States sen-
ladies of Starke and vicinity and Prevatt, Theo. Tison. Wm. Bryan, Guy with two acres of berries on cane, cotton, rice and sweet potatoesas > are under contemplation, but no ate and for governor and other state
all interested in home economics are the side.A. the best of them in that offices will attend the meeting, pre-
i C. Cady, P. J. Pierce, G. C. White, J. good as date has been decided on as yet.
cordially invited to attend. This subject J. Truby, A. C. Sydboten. L. Jackson has 65 acres, of which most favored section of Bradfordcounty. pared to express3is; views on demo-
is one which every true womanshould 25; are in cultivation. He does general In addition to this he has KITTY ON A TOUR. cratic principles. : j
be deeply interested in and it WITHDRAWS farming and also has 1\? acres of three-fourths of an acre of berries thishe rndh'id.lIegianct'I
is hoped the auditorium will be crowded WILLIAMS FROMRACE. berries. In poultry he prefers season. He had 25; acres of corn lastyear On the arrival of the I I "Personally, I {} ould not attempt, ,
by the home-makers of Starke. White Leghorn and has a fine flock which yielded him 400 bushels' Tuesday afternoon northbound Chief Kite express of course, to excise any loyal democrat -
VALENTINE of full breed. J. S. Sapp has 40 acres, 14 acres of cotton produced 5,200: who'is death on fakers and hoboes; ,I but, on the 'r'riler hand, I am unalterably -
PARTY1' BROOKERThe To the Voters; of County Commis- half of which is in cultivation. lie pounds, one-fourth acre of cane yielded after eagerly scanning those who got', \' oppose \ io permitting any-
sioner's District No 1, Providenceand has tho stumps cleared off throe; acr-> 02* barrels of syrup, threefourthsaslacie off the train without seeing one one to participate the democratic r
Valentine party given at the; Palestine: In addition to general farming of sweet potatoes produced 100 who looked like a member of the any first primary who will hot freely give his
home of Mr. and Mrs. Barefoot, of I J I As my farm and other business requires three-fourths of an n>..e of berriec:; this bushels, and off of 300 pecan trees he fraternity, looked under the cars forj I i j undivided allegia'vy\ to the democratic
Brooker, was well attended. Several :. all of my time I have decidedafter W. F. carnage has 55; acresand | disposed of nuts to the amount of S500.:; red-riders. On one of the trucks under -;j party, or who wiHfnot expressly bind
games appropriate to the season were I I careful consideration to withdraw is farming :25; of it. He has halffor His pecans are mostly Frotscher, the second class was cat/|! himself to s\lppor11 of the democratic -
cur-I car a
an of berries and bunch of I tis and VanDeman. ( nominees conceded the statementof
played end choice refreshments were my name as a candidate for| acre a 25 calmly and peacefully resting, ,
served. All present report a good time.S. i'I county commissioner.j hogs He had a nice green pastureyear As a side interest Mr. Wainrightd : she hardly cared to turn her head of Mr. Raney.: .:<. _
L. I j,I thank the voters of Bradford coun. his hogs and they looked exceedingly a saw mill with a capacity of while she was viewed by many of the I BASKET-- --BALL GAME.
Alvarez is getting out large ty and also of Providence and Pales-I I fine. 6,000 feet per day. Another interestis crowd present. As a cat is the only ,'.
quantities of fine mill logs from the' John Forsythe has 40 half is grist mill with of i "--
,I tine districts for the support they gave acres, | a a capacity 60 thing not mentioned in the ordinancesof
Alligator swamp and has shipped several i!': me in the primary of 1914. With kindv.13 l which is in cultivation. He had an I bushels daily and a rice huller whichis Starke, puss was not arrested. Passengers The Girls' Baskfi Ball Team of the
carloads to Jacksonville ]I i I est regards I am truly and sincerelyyours. acre of berries which, at that time, able to handle 30 bushels a day. on the train said she had ridden Starke High Sd.ol l will! play the
week. The logs are skidded onto the | A. II. WILLIAMS. looked very fine. lie has a nice, neatly Then in addition to all this, fartheralong thus all the way from Tampa.A Green Cove Team 'Jn the school cam-
cars by means of a four-mule team -- painted house, and everything aboutthe the road south over the Water- pus, tomorrow (Saturday) at 2:30
and the loading presents an interesting Don't forget the basketball game: tomorrow farm looks like a real farmer lived large quantity of cross-ties have o'clock. Admissior 15 cents. All a>ie
silit: (Saturday) at ::30. I there. It makes a whole lot of tfContinued on Page C.) I been shipped from Starke this week..! invited.

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insects which tomato American I can lay hands on, declared -
f. pester a my
Villa last week of Your Liver. j held at Jacksonville Febn/ ry 4th: MUSTANC.L11MENT1.
;f j i plant acting a preventative of dis- to a group interesting. Mr. H.
1 I ease and valuable tonic Mexican miners at Pielages, near Chi- ..--- was extremely G'I .
1 huahua. This is to Aird was appointed chairman. Upon I
properties plants "Kil-Tone, according reports
Calomel loses you a day! You know] motion of F. 0. Miller Pres., State
i a preparation by the E. 0. Painter brought in by passengers arriving It's :
what calomel is. mercury; quick Good Roads Association the Legh.-
Fertilizer of Jacksonville, from the interior of Mexico today. It
. silver. Calomel is dangerous. It drafta
asked to
had the effect, according is rumored that the Germans'" are lativeCommittee was
; just
j f crashes into sour bile like dynamite, < for singletax
bill making provision a
to T. J. who has filed suit backingVilla against Carranza and I
" 0 the for $10 that the followers of Villa have orders cramping and sickening you. Calomel on automobiles instead of the five C4ffor the Ailments
against company ,
; of
___ : I attacks the bones and should never be for aU
I i t 000 damages by use of the to let the Germans alone "because they I taxes now paid, also lights on Hurtle Mules Cattle
put into your system. vehicles. The matter of reducing | *( Etc.Q&foT .
|j powder. In declaration filed in are our friends. It is reported that ; i 4
] '! the circuit Mr. Peters claims p Villa will not allow the American When you feel bilious sluggish constipated speed on the St. Johns, Duval t your otcn Aches,
}I' and all knocked out and be- Counties Highway at the time of the Pains Rheumatism
: that upon representation of the mines at Chihuahua to operate. Sprains
"Kil-Tone" lieve you need a dose of dangerous meet was referred to the sheriffs of I' '*"
: company powder % Burns, Ete.25c. .
would kill all insects and SUBMARINE CAPTURES LINER calomel just remember that your druggist the two counties.

! '} 1( vermin: act preventative of disease sells for 50 cents a large bottle There will be another meeting held .. S I. At aU Detila

'!'I j and also a tonic or stimulant, of Dodflon's Liver Tone which is entirely Bayard, in Wing's hotel, Friday, Feb-

I 1 he purchased ton of the powder, The first case on record in submarine vegetable and pleasant to take i nary 18 at 1 p. m. All Good Roads
I warfare where a submarine actually aW U a perfect substitute for calomel. i FREE '
him January attend.
which was to on wthnsiaets are invited to FLOWER SEEDS
I 1 made a prize of a passenger I Ilt is guaranteed to start your liver
14, was valued at $260 that will give good
The us
ship has just been announced officiallyby inside and I I I spirit
f. o. b. E. P. THAGARD without stirring you up Tads in Florida is growing every day. Hastings! Catalogue! Tells You fig
the German admiralty.An "
OF MARION COmiTY can not salivate.Don't .
Mr. Peters
I I Letters are pouring in from all sources '
CuJifete F c Austrian submarine "" I
performedthe About Them
I fcr applying powder to the letter, STATE COMPTEOLLEK sensational feat in the Adriatic take calomel! It makes you I :Hr. Dimick, Mayor of Palm Beach :
he says, and a blow-gun, spray- In tile Nest DcaMratie Pria.".. ick the next day; it loses! you a day's enthusiastically. Palm
Your Will Be Sea. At the time the I(I writes very matter whether farm
Sipport Appreciated.I "sea direr" Xo you or
I of land.! work. Dodson's Liver Tone straightens only
ed the plants 100 acres ._ Beach is in the forefront in
! j" Of these about ---I seized this 12.000-ton British liner, it I right and you feel great. I(I county plant vegetables or flowers in a small lot
eighty acres I KILLED THROUGH KINDNESS you up good roads at the present time. $70,
was the Italian and carried
flying flag
were just bloom or in bloom Give it to the children because it. the you need Hastings 1916 Catalogue.(
I I i i 000 are to be spent on during ,
300 Serbian When sub-
; I and on twenty the fruit was beI'I'I refugees. the ,1 it perfectly harmless! and does not I, 'ear. Best of all, the funds are now I i It is Sll"d (100 pages) from cover b
marine the liner it shot }
neared fired
1;: ; ginning to used less than I I Valuable Horse of Col. Peek's Dies a gripe. ((10-44)) :!I hand. The little town of Melbourne Cover withjuseful farm and garden infor-
across the ship's bow. The |! on
: ; pounds of the to the acre he'1 I Through Overfeeding.Last passenger I i '
effort to make mation.
is making every every
0 captain or the liner, realizing the
: said, and the was made in GOVERNOR SPEAKS AT LAWTEYJ;. member of the orpaniza- seeds of kind and
i should he attempt to proceed orderedthe I car owner a It tells o quality that

tll January Almost of I i week Col. C. L. Peek was away ship stopped. Then the submarinecrew ---- I tion. It looks as though Melbournewill you( can't buy from your merchant or

I in his the, says bloom Mr. Peters ,I from home and one night he was the i j turned over their prize to an Chief Executive Heard Along Lines ;( be the first town in Florida to do druggist, teed that cost no more but
dropped 0 of friend. The colonel drove I! Austrian destroyer which towed it into of Community Boosting jit.: Returns which have come so far, !'
from the the pods burned : guest a J I give you real satisfaction and a real gar-
his fine horse, and he took the animal'' the port of Bocha di Cattaro locatedon 'I show that this is not far off. IIaj i
and the scorched and I ----
was out of the him in the an inlet of the Adriatic Sea. i io 1 ) Benton, of Gainesville together den.It
burned and yield in consequence' buggy, put stable La ,tey. Feb. 11.-The Lawtej '! j I tell l3w every customer can get aVeoluMy
t ; was 7,000 less than it would I and he was given a good feed. Just :i The captured liner is the Koenig Booster Club Chautauqua opened Wednesday with Dr. Hodges and Dr. Alderman ) rte five of
1 before bed time the host went into the j Albert a North German Lloyd steamer with address are doing all in their power to send : easily grown
have been \\ the application of ] morning an by )find .
I stable that which seized the British short- the convention. jet showy beautiful flowers.
the "Kil-Tone. I Ii to see everything was j i was by Governor Park Trammell. The Governor -|I every car owner to
Because right. He found Colonel Peek's horse ly after the outbreak of the war and arritml late train Messrs. J. R. and E. R. Bradley, of !!> Hasting is both the best and largest
i of result of the use of on a TUt'Sda'j '0I
; the powder Peters asks for damages standing before an empty manger and impressed into the British service night and was tired, but wa out early |I I Palm Beach are holding up their end | seed Lrm fc the South, the only firm that

o for the crates of tomatoes thought he had not been fed, EO he puta Later the vessel was placed at the disposal and mingling with the people in that Yin j I good shape. Mrs J. L. Turner has i' IOU shocli/buy seeds from.

. whish he did get and which he generous supply of corn in the man- ,' of Italy.Heretofore cordial manner so natural with him. been appointed the Fernandina mem-I When ybu plant Hastings Seeds, you

i values at crate net; a total : ger. In the morning the horse was it had been contendedthat Mr. Trammell! is in the race for the ber of the membership i meet "G&Jd Gardi-n Luck" more than t
: : found dead from colic caused by over- the small "undersea" boats could that I '
of 10000. Metropolis. I I United States Senate. The committee appointed to see half way. Write today for their big 191J
eating. not take a steamship as a prize as a the roads in the best shape
I 0 0i were put
Mr. Trammell nice tribute
paid a Catalogued It is free. A postal card request
FOR .\ OF WAR i Col. Peek had paid $400 for this'I submarine is comparatively I defenseless possible for this meet, has already
I the public spirit of people of Law.ley
, t' horse and men who knew what they when the I 'I will bring it. H.C'tS1'DCSCO.' ,
I on surface and not in providing for the children of taken up the matter with the County ,
were talking about had assured him sufficient number of !'I I II Atluu, G-Advt)
carry a men to Commissioners involved. St. Johns .
section such
fine school
; Floridians Adjutant General that the horse would easily fetch $1000 { put a crew aboard a prize. However, i building and auditorium.a public His I County with its fib miles of country -

t R. Fostt'r.l' in New York. He was a big bay animal -;j in this case the capture took place ;o speechI well be looked to by all ''
I had been prepared for the most part I'I'I 'I Get Our Free CahloAskOurAdvicefree1
of exceedingly graceful build and
under conditions the subma
favoring good roads enthusiasts of Florida. i
along the line of
community boosting
f i
ST. Feb. 12.-Florida carriage gentle and high-spirited safe. He had but been perfectly train- rine. ; J : 1 i and was full of useful admonitions. He I II (! These people should plan to come to Th.fasek Jrvnlw tht IDIOt,...
l' i is backing General J. C. R. < paid his respects to the State Democratic j the meet March 23: and 24 and see for .>!.,. ""'rtlLul o!tr.n..i'.t. !
ed to tricks. Much M :
perform many regret p >:u uv.tL.ra U :) .II.a tat
i Foster for of War. CARRIED SICK BOY THROUGHBLIZZARD Committee in condemnation of themselves the actual results which na-irrr Our ftdrwv
is expressed in Starke over the' I-uo.i on 3) vrtf o! .npcneiw
I A big meeting held here those now famous resolutions. The I' accrue from such a unique form of 5 in rici l>i,"i* aedrt nn<4
: of this noble animal. i att 1 .
l launched the which is gain- citizens had already met en mass and : bond issue as St. John's County has 'ra.t. m' roodaae a.t.obeproa

I in grapidly of the I 0 passed resolutions condemning said i and from the establishing of a.thorough S l .Royal. Pala Nurseries
To Cure Children's Colds. Edward Ellison after a thrilling H trwi cod play for o-r
i and to noon today indi- I1' action of the State Executive Commit. roadway in the county. .1 f irpow crru.trert... JOT
Keep child dry, clothe comfortable journey of more than 15 miles arrived I 0'11 *or .ur< isese.. tnn
I I I cate the backing of Florida avoid exposure and give Dr. Bell's at Ashland Wis., with his 15-year-old I j I tee, hence it pleased all to know that rtl)>.i0.ladU you ta ccrr4.tfur(.m i:ll WWt tlw*.

II I for Mr. Pine Tar Honey. It is pleasant sooth- son for an emergency operation for ap( the Governor so strongly disapproved :i Make Our Own Wrongs. } bmdforauop; 1041111?'."*.

:, Floridians flooding Washington ing antiseptic raises phlegm and re- pendicitis. His boy was so sick that ':o said fourth and fifth clause | We make ourselves more injuries ti1i Reuaaer Bros.

with to the President urg duces inflammation. The first dose i he had to strap him to the horse's back: The regular Chautauqua program., ; than are offered to us; they many R.7 J Pata, Nurwriti
ing his on the ground of gives relief continued treatment with : with the blizzard so savage that the under the direction of the RadcliffCom times pass for wrongs in our own 344 $.- ktAs.. 0 .c..FV.

his known J''i in military af, proper care will avoid serious illness father had to abandon the horse to its pan), occupied the afternoon, and thoughts that were never meant so

fairs. Mr. is recognized throughout i ior a long cold. Don't delay treatment. instinct and allow it to find its own will continue for three afternoons and by the heart of him that speaketh.

I I the an authority on military Don't ]let your child suffer. Get a bottle ,I way while he kept from being lost b y: evenings, and is being well attended The apprehension: of wrong hurts more Carts OH Mores, Otter neaeftis!:! Ian Cin

therefore is well today' Insist on Dr. Bell's Pine clinging to its tail, as man and horset and highly appreciated. We will! re than the sharpest part of the wrong The arc worst cured eases iijr the, no matter wonderful of hew old long reliable stindmf; Dr.
fitted for the Tar Honey. 25c at druggists. (2) floundered through the drifts. .
I port it more fully later. done.-FeUham. Peter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relim
-. ..
Paw and I r-all at tile arne tune. ::;c;.50c.$LOB.

: hit .1

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FEED SUPPLIES Prices r I -- 1 I Sale Prices

;, Pure Grade Molasses Feed LADIES' AND Cm-DRE. '" HATS

i Per pounds ______mm_________ $1.84 1 $3.00 and $6.00 Ladies' Hats;
Scratch At This Sale I $Za19 I

I i! I'er pounds ___ $1.84 $3.00 and $4.00 :;;dI ;tr----------
-------------- ----
Mixed ?: This Sale -----------,.______--____ ------------S1 1 49

I 'I I Per pounds --------__________--__ $1 1.89 Toe Young: Ladies' Hats !

I Xo. 2 Oats At This Sale -----------,.__ __.---__ 39c
: Per pounds --____________ _____ $2.16 V," V," ."I"i, LADIES' HOSIERY
'I Pure Brand i' '''' loc Ladies! Colored Hose ft _

I' I Per pounds ---------------------- $1 .53 !,!' "'!.''. -J-! At This Sale ___________;L25c ____._____._ Ub
: Pure Shorts Ladies' Hose
1 0

'' Per pounds ---,_-________---"___ $1 .68 At This Sale ---__ ---__-':,_____..._,.,. I tJC

Beet $1 1a1 73 50c and 75c Ladies' Lisle and Silk Hose 00

Per pounds ---------------------- At This Sale _:______,,______ Lib
Grits, Grade
Per : $1.94 LAD.IDIE-S' SKIRTS

Ninety Seed --mmmmm Oats $700 and $3.00 Ladies SkSrfs (

Per ----_________--_________-_ ,78c At This Sale __:_____: _j_____________ $3.98
: $.J.O Ladies
HATS AND CAPS aTnhaS.OOl Skirts $1.9897c
$1.50 At e ;
a 2.00 Men's Hats u-7- ---- -----u.------
At Sale -----------u__ 98c $:"..?.0 and $3.00 Ladies' Skirts

$1.00 $4.00 Men's Hats At ThIsale; --------- -,-...___ .___--

At Sale ____ $1 .39 $1.23 American Beauty Cornets
--- -----mm
: 79c
73c Men's and At This Sale ____
; Boys' Caps 1 -----m-
; : "
I 2'3c' : -_ -_-----_- ---___-_ 43c .0c Ladies Supporters
' j MEN'S SHIRTS At This Sale ?---____ ;__h_______n 23c

$1.00 : $1. 0 bleu'sDress Shirts ijl.i"..r* DEUIXG Mi \\, SPECIAL TO THE! LADIES

I At Sale ____-__ __ ____________ 89c -1,(OO< yards of Gingham:' dress goods, '

' T.'c $1.00 liens Dress ShirtsAt 59c ANNOUNCEMENTwiiiwn 1 Har.nels, loc Seller at Ssand: -_nnnu S!:c

Sal ------- _______ __ I MEN'S CLlilllLNG:

I j I I. 75c;; At I'o : e SaleT.'e Shirts _________ ______ ___ 43c I Opening. cr. te G .:lid S c... f the Cash Department Store $10.00 At This and $12.00 Sale: -Men'---- -Plu,_Serge-nu Suits_ -___ 87 69 -
; ; :
;; Shirts opened ico.'s reu'ti- :, .' 1 : ? t 7 tor $la.Juand$18.o0! Men's illus Serge Suits 01000
43c a. the
At Sale _______ __ __ m. 30-day sale.
I MrSam At This Sale ______n_ -u___ ____ U.
I (' Sale on Conforters and BlanketsGENTS' 'I rCosenoix 0: iiv.iM\rc'; .- 0.:- *ill.. f va,".iiL/c'' Detriment- 5t ore thanks S10.00 Men's Sirgle{ Up-to-date Coats CO

HOSIERY15c I I the entire community or patron zing tu.s Grand At This Sale _-_u_ .---.:--_. _--_--_-- II 98
) Ho
At Sale -_______________________ 8c wishes to advise that goods are arriving every day for At This Sale; ___n_ __ __ ;__uun_ >Zi/0
i lac Hose 50c Ladies' Corset Covers

:: At Sale _______mmm_______ 14c23c prices and better service. Respectfully, At This Sale -__ __ ------nn- 22c.\
i SOc ) Hose 75c Ladies Petticoats, Chemise 7 and Gowns 'x

i J At Sale -_______________________ Sam Rosenberg. At This Sale -------__.____-----_____ 44e w,,
: i MEN'S PANTS $1.00 and $1.25 Embroidered Gowns, Chemisesand

I I r $3:00; At $6.00 Sale Men's Tailor Made_ Pants$3a98 II We pay 18c. Cash for Eggs and 13c. Ib. for Poultry At This Petticoats Sale =. 89c
------------- --- -----nh------n-u--
)! $2.50 $3.00 Men's Pants J $3.00: _Ien's Elk Skin Shoo
i I At Sale $1 .98 artttttr -- At This Sale $1,93 1
------------------------ -un : -------------
I n i $1.50 Pants ROSENBERG SPECIAL BRAND FLOUR Special $:?.OO and $:!.50 Men's Work::: Shoes

At Sale _______- ________________ 98c 4 S lb. Pilsbury Flour --- ____ Meal, Sale Price on Grain and Feed At This Sale ____h__________________ $1 .71
; ; ---- -
'II i BOYS' PANTS 24 Ib. Pilsbury Flour Sale Price;--.-------_-- $3.84.94 5c per pound --______"_______ .0'y.s' Shoes
f' ,0 $3.50 $4.00 Boys Pants 12 ]Ib Pilsbury Flour, Sale Price -----_----- .49 Rice Sale 1 Price per pound .___---- .04 At This Sale -_------___nn________ $1.69 1
t 'I At Sale _______nnnn____ $1.98 1 24 Ib. Self Rising Flour Sale Price ______--_--- .86 Lennox Soap, 13 bars ---- $1.50 Children's Shoes

j $2.00 $3.00 Boys' Pants 12 Ib. Self Rising Flour, Sale Price _______":"" .4' Octagon and Naptha SoapTsTleTricVpeVbar .50 At This Sale _n__ ___ __ 69c

: At Sale ________________________ $1 19 98 lb. Plain Flour Sale Price .___________== $3.39 AlhlOc and 15c Can and Bottled .04 $1.50 Old Ladies Comforts. 'nunn

'. $1.00 '* Pants 59c 24 Rye lb.Flour Plain, Flour pound, Sale Price -._n_.______ .87 lies Peas, Beans Catsup, Vinegar Goods Pickles Corn Jet- At This Sale __- __. .______________ $1 1 .09

i At Sale -______________________ 20c Brand per m-m--m .03 Oysters Macaroni, per can or bottle $4.00" $5.00 Ladies: Hiirh: Grade Shoes
Eagle Milk Sale Price _____ Meaaow .08
I $4.00 $5.00 Boys' Suits $1 1 98 Full Cream Cheese per pound _"_"_ .16 High Grade Bulk Hifrh Grade Butter ______ .28 At This Sale _____, __ __ ._____________ $2.69
l At Sal. -- -_ -- -- __uUnh ------------ .23 Corn Butter per Ib _u_____==== '> 2.00 and $3.00 Ladies Shoes

t T It ".\) AND GENTS FLEECE UNDERWEAR 15c 3 pounds can CANNED Best Tomatoes GOODS fellow .Meal tailor! per.. pound _____________ .43;:: At This Sale _n__ u_ --n_ $1.49 1
I j SOc Underwear Price-- .11 lOe FP"ualrl'GPer. ------- -------- = .22 S1.50 and $2.00 Ladies'
I >c ] .c 2 pounds can Tomatoes, Sale Price Rice, Sale Price -- ShOts
1 At Sale __- -_ -____ _____ _______ 43c 15c Salmon. Sale Price ------ ______ .08 ;c and 8c Rice Sale Price ______===------- '61". At This Sale I II __h ---. ;________ _____ 98c
'' $1..*>0 $2.00 Ladies Shirt Waists 40c Maxwell\ House Coffee. Sale PrIce- :------___" !8 10 pounds of Savy Deans. Limas and Peas------- .
I At Sal __ __ ______ ____ __ __ ___ $1 a19 SOc 1 Hound can Bliss Coffee Sale Price--- ;?:)6 all.1115c Kindof lOc Tobacco. Sale I P rIce -- ..08 GOODS;:, SHOES. ETC.
$1.00 $1.23 Ladies Waists 23c and 30c Green Coffee, Sale Price ---- .16 Goods, Known and Sold Everywhere__ .03 041.00"adlesSweaten.. .
At : Sil Sflc44c 20c Green Coffee, Sale Price __ =====_-n : Best Grade Salt Bacon Sale Price == $1.98 ,
At '
H ?I.W Can Snowdrift Lard n .13 Compound Lard, Sale -------- .14 Sale n-_ .__ ______________
73c fir> 1.00 Ladies' Waists lOc Carnation and Sale "price 1.19 4'-re Lard Sale Price Price ------_""_____ .12 *_.:;o and $3.00 Ladies' Sweaters

At Sale __ ___uUUh__ __ Dime Brand and Red Pet Brand Cross Condensed Milk, Sale'Price .08 Dry Salt Butts: Sale Price"---------------- .13 At This! Sale!: _u__.___ _.'._u__ ________ $1 .49
Milk .03 ------" ___
Grits -- .10th
Sale I --- $1.00
Price Bovs' Sweaters
per pound -__________ : : 47c
I ----- ..1,. At This' Sale ____ '__ __ __ ____ ______ -


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Bay Cape Florida it was found LAD WRECKS FLORIDA RAILWAY

impossible to clear a way which would

LIVE STATE NEWS I. admit the big boat. Attempts were PASSENGERTrain -

made to cross the bar three times, and

i s in each instance the Miami stuck fast Derailed Below Lanier Causedby .

i and was delayed several days in its a Chancy Dukes Colds

Things That Are Happening All Over Florida schedule. As the boat is chartered to

carry the mails during winter seasonsno What might have proved quite ser- should be '"nipped la he
As Told By Our of this character could be
g Exchanges jj delays ious had it not been for close attentionto bud", for if allowed to run
permitted to continue and the final
the track ahead by Engineer Loweon unchecke, serious results
oao a vo 'ooo u_ u..v announcement was made last week
that the Miami would seek other J the south bound Florida Railway may follow. Numerous I
I some
PENSACOLA.-A tick eradiction ness in this section. i / passenger train Saturday afternoonwas
cases consumption,pneumonia t
from which to make
campaign been launched in Escam- the derailing of the entire train al1d other fatal diseases i
bia county under the leadership of with the of the
exception engine
IIA II.- The department of pony can be traced bask to f'I
I,, agriculture ,
S. W. Hiatt, county agricultural ad- JACKSONVILLE.-Three officersof rucks.
at Washington has informed cold. rube first sign of a
viser. the Florida Life Insurance Co., Enginer Lowe on approaching the
representative at Miami that it
M. D. Johnson 0. S. Albrit- north end protect yourself by
will provide all the trees the citizens president; of switch below Lanier, saw '
ton;treasurer, and Matthais Marschall that one switch point had spread from thoroughly cleansing your
ORLANDO.-Pickpockets continueto will plant and take care of, free of
infest the I assistant treasurer, were named sim- the main rail. He at once applied system with a few doses of ,
city, showing beyond charge. The local agent will investigate
I I ultaneously in one hundred and thirty- brakes, reducing the speed which
doubt that there are no hard times as to the best varieties of trees .

here and their success proves the I for the climate and soil, and advise eight indictments Monday morning by I CaniResist saved the train from a complete wreck. THIRD'SBUCK
the Duval Circuit Court examination it found that
correctness of the theory. residents in matters of planting and grand jury.In Upon was
hundred and thirty-seven of the had driven betweenthe
one some one. a spike
care. Proper application must be filed
true bills the charges preferred are switch point and rail. Sheriff Lyle
and sufficient guarantees given thtt :-
TAMPA.-Plans for the new Col- those of larceny and embezzle- found and with
grand was quickly by phone
the trees'will
be cared for.TAMPA.Motorcycle .
lege of the Sacred Heart to be erectedat
ment. In each of the indictments is Deputy Bailey left for the scene of

Tampa at a cost of $150,000 ,are represented six counts in regard to trouble at once. Shoe prints found

now completed and it is expected that Policeman, dealings as officers of the institution.M. leading from the railroad to the place DRAUGHT
work on the building will begin within Newcity has ben relieved of active i
service D. Johnson, the former president, where the spike was picked up and

ninety days. after gamely sticking to his post besides being indicted in more than a away from the switch towards Live ,

during the rush of Gasparilla week, score of the cases with grand larcenyand Oak was all the evidence needed at [the olJ reliable' vegetable !

PALM BEACH.-The new court- despite the fact that a bone in his embezzlement, is charged in one that: point. Returning on their way to [liver powder.

house now under construction here is right foot was broken when he was rundown bill with perjury, otherwise than in a Live Oak they met some negroes who Mr, Chas, A. Ragland, Orj

nearing completion and will be ready by an autoist in Thor City Saturday judical proceeding. He is alleged to gave them a description of a young j Madison Heights, Va., says:

for occupancy within a few weeks. afternoon. Although suffering have made a false report to State man who had passed them going to "
1 have been Thedford' -
When completed the building will be considerably, the officer did not call Treasurer, J. C. Luning, in regard to Live Oak. After supper Sheriff Lyle

one of the most handsome structuresof fer medical attention until Monday, the conditions of the Florida Life Insurance r had no trouble in locating the young | Black-Draught for f

the kind in the state. when Dr. W. J. Lancaster had an X- Company. The bond in this man who proved to be Chancy Dukes, stomiih; troubles Indiges- r

ray picture taken of the injured mem- indictment was placed at $5,000. The son of a former road foreman on this lion, and colds, and find it to

ber. bond on the various other indictmentshas section, now residing near Savannah, be thy very best medicine 1 1I
AVON PARK-Stock to the amountof I
not yet been named.-Jackson- Ga. Young Dukes admitted his guiltto I ever'used. It makes at old
$10,000 for theconstruction of a
hotel at Avon Park, DeSoto county, JACKSONVILLE.-In keeping with ville Metropo s. made anything with ; the officers soOn after his arrest. |man tee! like a young one."

the importance ofthe automobile industry -- Calumet Baking After leaving the place where the lo&t Thedford'i: the i
was subscribed last week at a meetingof
the board of trade at that place. It elaborate plans are being made Mother never had .spike was driven between the rails he oriilttl an:!:ieDuae.( E67A j

is proposed to erect and equip a $25, for Jacksonville's first automobile fair. MANNER such wholesome bakings until walked to the city, a distance of ten !

000 structure. The site has already Immediately upon the granting of the she used Calumet."It's miles, went to the Florida Railway car

been selected and additional sub- Confederate playgrounds by Mayor Cites Cases Where Sand-Asphalt is Calumet surety, uniformity, shops, informed the foreman that the

scriptions are coming in rapidly.JACKSONVILLE. Bowden as a place for holding this Not Holding Up purity turn, strength out right-that,that makes every millions baking train was in the ditch and expressed a JJ
mammoth exposition, a large quantityof of housewives BakingPowdermoney.Be desire to go to the wreck with the seca

printing matter was ordered and tion foreman. I
fair to Calumet. .
.-The plant of within a wek the entire State will be Sand-Asphalt roads in Florida is the Receired'oursclf-usc Those,who know Dukes say that he I

the Palmetto Products Company, now billed. Every automobile owner in subject of an editorial in the Engineering Ann Oook Highest honk I'm-Award has hardly had a chance to be much I !

being erected in Jacksonville, will be florida will be urged to visit Jackson- Record of the issue of May 29. Set Sap in found Can better than he is. Left to shift for 1

ready for business within the next few ville automobile week.JACKSONVILLEBy. The editor declares that experiencehas vMgAKIN himself by his parents at the age when 1 1I 1I I

weeks. The plant will manufactureall prove nthat the value of such roadsin I all boys need a controlling hand over I

kinds of palmetto products suchas the state is doubtful and that the I w n them, he has committed a serious

carpets, twine, etc. It is stated that a vote of 9 future of the roads of that construc- for which he the pen- i
offense may pay
the company has purchased the pal- to 3, the board of port commissioners tion is based upcn hopefulness and r SEEDBEANS;

of decided at the meeting to authorize not demonstration follows I 'NOTMADE8YTHE' alty.This j
metto on a. 70,000 acre tract land as : is another case wherethe sheriffof '
the officers of that board to
; proper While the Record always -
in Brevard county.ST. has that he
Suwannee county proven
sign a lease with the officials of the We tan snake immediate
rather thanto
prefer encourage Oak
St. Johns River Terminal Company for throw cold water attempts to is a man of quick action.-Live shipment of! the New Crop
CLOUD.Miss Susan Sullivan, the; company's property at the foot of solve road other engineering Democrat. 1915 Grown Refugee 1000 to
23, in an alleged fit of jealously, dock. any 1 Seed Bi-anii and other
age Market street for the down town FAKE CHARITY va
problems, it is felt that a word of warn BEWARE OF THE : p
shot and dangerously wounded her 14 This matter has been under consider- ing should be uttered in regard to the COLLECTORThese rieties. ;

year-old sister, Mary Early, at their ation for the past two years. For the sand-asphalt construction in Florida

home here. The wounded girl cannot last six eight months, Chairman
or that was the subject of an article in SEED :POTATOES
possibly recover. Miss Sullivan has are the times when all sorts
Corse has ben working;
Montgomery I the issue of May 15, 622.
been taken to the county jail at Kis- unpon the lease which was accepted The work at Eustis page was not laid on of charity associations are booming Spaulding's No. 4,

simmee to await the condition of her yesterday. t things, and the good heart of the
compact sand described by the Rose
sister. The tragedy caused great ex- a as r American people is yielding readily to

citement in this vicinity. writer of the article in question, but their appeals. First of all on the list Early Red Bliss TriumphAll
CRYSTAL RIVER. One of the on a clay base; and we are informed outside of local
and probably best of all, -
wild animals that that the surface is '
most interesting any sand-asphalt kept that of fthe Red
charity work, is
PALM BEACH.-Another toll chainis I hunter in this locality has been able constantly covered with an inch of: chanceto Icadifig varieties of

to be thrown across the East Coast to display for some time was a beauti- sand to protect it. The work at Dade Cross. Whenever you get a do not Farm, Fied! and Garden

canal at the mouth of Della creek, exhibited help that noble work along Seeds. Write for catalog and
ful black otter, which was City is described as a complete failure. MME down deepin
?gpKIN but
o" hesitate moment, go
Palm Beach county. The exorbitanttoll by Edwin Burrus last Saturday morn- This, however, may be explained by CHICAG a weekly priwt list.

rates being charged by tie com- ing, The animal was shot by him at the fact that the sand-asphalt mixturewas your pocket. for charities -
this canal and the fact Another set of collectors E. A. MARtlN SEED CO.,
pany owning the Hillsborough River, near the Main mixed by hand on boards. At receive a
should always
that the channel is scarcely navigablein street bridge. It weighed twenty Tarpon Springs the grass is growing Cheap anti big canBakingPowders do not welcome which in midst and be assisted 206 East Bay Street,

some sections are the occasion of: :I pounds and measured, from point of: through the sand-asphalt pavement. save you money. Calumet does-it's Pure freely our possible is the Salvation Jacksonville Florida.

considerable criticism by yachtsmen the nose to tip of the tail, four feet t, At Sarasota the pavement of this description and far superior to sour milk and soda. as as.the Volunteers of America.

and the general public. and the pelt measured over five feet is shoving. The sand-asphalt' Army and work in rVftttttfttttftf. ,: I !
doing an excellent .. .
from point to point. The hide is saidto pavement at Mount Dora was laid in STATE SHERIFFS HOLD MEET- They their special are fields and the funds contributed ; r I IF. Ii

LAKELAND.-Work is progressing be worth $15. April and its short life hardly permitsof ING AT TAMPA ;; by the public will go all the Ii + fFORSALE i
nicely on Lakeland's $20,000 hospital any inference as to what it will do. -- in the hands of either of them. +

building and it is anticipated that in The author's statement that a con- way for handling and ;
hada i +
TAMP Aviator A. C. Beech The cost percentage
P. G.
three or four weeks it will be in readi- from death here when siderable milage is "now under construction Ramsey of Alachua: County distributing the money in their handsis

ness for the laying of the cornerstone, his narrow biplane escape crashed into the roof of the and more is contemplated," Elected President less than any other charity organization S: ;} ::1

on which occasion there will be suit- Gordon Keller Memorial hospital and the Engineering Record is informed, known.

able exercises, The hospital will be fell some forty feet, almost at the step is somewhat misleading, although it is Tampa, Feb. 10 The Florida Sher- Then comes the great funds for.the 01 f j
owned by the city the property on true that two counties have voted considerable iffs' Association which !
of the main entrance to the building.He held its annual con- different countries of Europe + 40 acres on Lawtey and Lake i
which it is located having been donated sums for sand-asphalt con- vention here today elected P. G. Ram- the but the
was lacerated about the face and i have been ravaged by + Butler road, 3 wiles west of t !
struction. This has been done
by the late F. A. Morrell.GRACEVILLE. severly bruised but no bones were by sey of Alachua county, president, contributions to those funds are made + Lawtey. j
I reason of the encouragement afforded, Jacksonville for the 1917 hence there isbut ff
broken. His machine was wrecked. meeting place mostly by rich people, ..
from the Eustis but the
.-J. A. Davis, cash- i Mr?. Beech witnessed the accident experiment; and were entertained tonight by little opportunity to work any fake + 25 Lawtey and High- t
acres on.
fact that
ier of the First National Bank, shot I i and rushed to the hospital, crying hys- the latter pavement be again is emphasized not laid on sand Sheriff W. C. Spencer of Hillsboroush, schemes in that line, for the rich always + land road "N tional Highway." f

himself through the head, dying two terically. She was admitted io his at a banquet. know where their dollar is go- + One-half mile north of depot. + .'
base has been done and is proposed
hours later. The death of his daughter' room and Beech assured her his in- State Senator, I. L. Farris, of ing before they turn it loose. Never + cash terms. + .'
elsewhere, but upon a stable clay base. $600 or
is said to have been the cause. He jl,-des were slight.TALLAHASSEEProf.. While said base be satisfactoryfor Jacksonville, candidate for governor, theless the country is flooded with .. f ,
left friends in the house watching over may addressed the sheriffs, and said if the I circulars from pretended organizationswhich + '
f and
a pavement of types such as is 20 acres (.n. Lawtey High-
his daughter, and went to the back Wood Anti-Fee bill had been passed at claim to have for their object "
+ +
W. A. Bih- resented by grouted brick, as argued' land road, "National Highway.
himself. Father the session of the the relief of some place or country
where he shot recent legislature,
ilear, the man who first indicated by Mr. Blair in the letter on page 691 know nothing + One mile northof; Lawtey. About + ;
buried together ; it would have which th conmon people "
and daughter will be virtually disrupted every _
where to bore for oil in Wakulla coun- of this issue, we should hesitate to approve dollar is + six acres dea1' d. $600 cash or +
and all stores in town will close. | county office in the state. "I can of, and doubtless many a .. : f .
it for such the sand- terms
in his profession. types
ty, a man high up them.A .
take Wood's own bill and make a mon- picked up by
known both .in this country and in asphalt road "an excellent opportunityto and popular formof .. + j
key out of him in fifteen minutes,, he new prominent
ST. PETERSBURG.-Enginers for who discovered oil achieve high distinction the '. I. H. MILL t
a ,
Europe the man opportunity averred. Mr. Farris said, though he fake charity is alleged to have con- I
the J. B. McCreary Company have be- in the famous California oil belt, and is based upon hopefulness with great tuberculosis I. Lawtey Florida. ff
not to nection some
averse salary system
was a
Pinellas -
gun work on the roads in the wonderful deep oil sand fields of rather than demonstration; and all The fact that every year '.
where the offioe'rs received just scheme.
county that are to be constructed with New Mexico and Oklahoma while locating that we know about sheet asphalt construction a com- Christmas time the country is I.. tttttt J
but to
money raised by the sale of bonds recently the Santa Fe railroad, and in I and the absolute necessityin system pensation based, was on opposed population.a salary The flooded with tuberculosis stamps whichare I+ + 4ftft4 + + ffa 1 1r

voted by the people. The en- the eastern oil fields where millions I connection therewith of the most sheriffs expressed satisfaction over the to be had for a nickel each opens

gineers this week will lay out grades have been made annually, this is the stable foundation, should lead us to act of the legislature increasing the the door very wide for the fakir. Thisis ,: ea j
and stake the roads so that the con- the situationover doubt the future of sand-asphalt roadsas
man who after looking all the waythrough
for feed of They peoples'
allowance .
tractor who will build the roads can carefully said without hesitation built in Florida.-The Times Union. !, discussed electrocution against a poor, hence it is that the fakirs are J AX- i I

go to work as soon as the bonds are that we had oil in Wakulla county. BETTER-RESULTS "IN TREATMENT hanging, and Sheriff Ramsey of Alachua able to work among the common people L BISCUI1r: )

sold. I OF WOUNDED slid he wanted to see an electric and fool them out of their money.

JACKSO 'VILLE.-Due to the honesty chair placed at Tallahassee and all Of late, under the title of Children'sNational :
the steel-con- Society the Soda crackers, trade rigfct, cf:
STUART.-Plans for criminals who sentenced to death Tuberculosis ,
of two white" men prisonersin are 4I
crete bridge to be constructed by the Duval young county jail, Sheriff Dow- Berlin, Feb. 5.-According to fig- electrocuted there. The body took no charity collection fakirs have coveredthe best rularkls, In cleanest

Palm Beach county across the St Lucie and Deputy Sheriff Crawford intercepted ures just 'received by the German action on this. country. But the State of Illinois, bakery of &! South. Guaranteed i
ling Medical Deutsche Medizin their charter has I f rcdi;J by dealers 1
river at Stuart have been approvedand at noon yesterday cleverly Weekly ( Officers elected are: President, P. G. which gave them crisp
authorized by the county commis- ische Woechenschrift) the medical instituted suit for $25-00 against; aodfaakcrs.0-eof 122 kinds. '
executed plans for a wholesale jail Ramsey Alachua; Vice presidents E. L.
sioners. The bridge will cost approximately corps of the German army has estab- them for misuse of their charter.
delivery, which had they ben carried Smith, DeLand; J. P. Gallaway, Ocala;
completed it lished better and better results almost when they solicitaid
70000. When Give them nothing c
out., would have given nineteen prisoners W. C. Spencer, Hillsborough; Secretary -
'iii' ; ce'the service in month treating the wounded. Sun. (
ferry now every from you.-Gainesville :
on the second floor of the institution J. P. S. Houston.. Tallahassee. :
use, affording quick and safe com- The record at the start was, in fact, avery '-- I Made by (.odes Works/
their liberty. The young men who )
The following sheriffs or chiefs attending ARMOR PLATE BARONS SEMI .
and 84.8 the
munication between St. Lucie high one, per cent of i
warned the officers are LeRoy Bowman the meeting registered at the
Palm Beach counties. wounded being so completely healed DARE TO UNCLE SAMUEL -
who is charged with embezzlement, of Sheriff A. B. Gibson _
office Spencer:
that they could return to the ranks, ;_ "
and George Carley, who is charged T. C. Smith Tavares ; Q\ I
Apalachicola; ; ''
3 cent dying, and the remaining '-
per bill for
JACKSO VILLE.-On February 22: with larceny. Had their warningsnot 12.2 cent being discharged unfit B. D. Stuckey, Dade CityT.G.; Ramsey, Washington.-A a govern- .J -

to 26 inclusive, will have a poultry been received in the nick of time for further per service or sent as on Gainesville; J. H. Parker, Perry; G. ment armor plate factory was approved ; ; -M
away committee
the naval affairs -
show, open to the world. The Amer- the! prisoners would have easily made furlough for later examination.The S. Gregory, QuincyJ.; 0. Gates, Brad- by
ican Poultry Association rules will their: escape. After obtaining the information entown; George R. Baker, West Palm within a few minutes after man-
figures improved from then on served notice that if j'-Th
charge predict it was easy for the officersto Beach A. D. Staaton Madison J. W. ufacturers had
prevail, and those in till the number of men returning to ; ; established the price I }
that the event will prove most suc- frustrate the delivery. duty in May, June and July reached Perry, Lake City; A. F. Hancock, Jas- such a plant bll wouldbe

cessful. The secretary, C. R. Bill, atNo. above 91 per cent. The most striking per: J. H. King, Green Cove Springs; charged by private concerns one-half. I

335 E. Monroe street, is ready to MIAMI.-Miami's loss in the forced improvement was the reduction in the W. H. Dowling, Jacksonville; F. M. increased carries by nearly of ,
give any information regarding this discontinuance of the steamship Mia ratio of deaths; these amounted in Nelson, Panama City; J. P. S. Houston bill for an appropriation construction -

coming attraction, which will prove of this and Nassau Tallahassee; J. W. Smith, DeLand; F. $11,000,000 purchase or
mi's trips between city June and July to only 1.2 per cent of of factory with an .
much interest throughout the State. B. Tippens, Ft. Myers S. B. Denmark, a government
Islands to be wounded with ;
Bahama seems realized the as compared 3 per annual output of not less than 20.000
as a distinct gain for Jackson- cent for Augu t. 1914. Similarly the Starke; A. T. Coleman, Bushnell; W. That is enough for two first COSTARKE
tons. only J. R. DAVIS &
A. Gardner, Key West chief of police, .
OCALA.-The Camp Phosphate Co., ville. Commencing today, the Penin- ratio of wounded men sent home unfit ; class battleships and thus a largepart

of this city, is making preparations to sular and Occidental Steamship Com- for duty or furloughed for further observation George R. Carter, Inverness. of the armor neded in the navy'sincreased FLA. I

will begin what is designated"The was reduced from 12.2 to 7. would t
two of their phosphate plants
reopen pany building program I Whenever You Need a General Tame
Mayport-Nassau steamship ser- For the first of the war the total Linn Up Your Torpid Lirer. i
near Dunnellon within the next several year have to come from private plants. TaK Grove's

weeks and a little later will reopen still vice," which takes the place of the service record was as follows: 85.5 healed To keep your liver active use Dr. The Old SUadaid Grove's Tasteless

another mine just out of Dunnellon which has been going across from and returned to the ranks, 88 discharged King's New Life Pills. They insure Read the Tele r j>fc-tt.50 e year. chill Tonic is equally valuable as a

that has been dormant since the begin- Miami. The steamship Miami made as unfit for duty of for further observation good digestion, relieve constipation, General Tonic because it contains thetellknowutoniepropertfesifQUINIIiB

ing of the big war. The reopeningof herioc efforts to maintain its Miami and only 1.7 per cent died. and tone up the whole systemkeepyour Ite tablM of iU cwt touie.and..laxative IM Af act effect.TtoBecame LAXATIVE New 1;

these three mines will give em- connection, even at the expense of eye clear and your skin fresh and BftSMO QUININE it better UWB ordiwqQuinine end IRON. It acts on the Liver' Drives .
ployment of thousands of dollars, but on account You get all the important national healthy looking. Only 25c at your ant don n.t cnn nerrooweM nor wrt Malaria, Enriches the Blood sad t tS 1
to quite a number people many rinzin io head. Remenbet the all II.IlIIe and> lOcenU ti
and will give quite an impetus to busi- of the shifting sands in Biscayne state, county news ii the Telegraph. druggist. ((2) look for the iW.nre of K. W. GROTH. Sc BoCds op W'aole

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of untiring workers. These are causes tion in, the problems with which he trating his talk with a chart showing I .......................... ........ ...............
Bradford County Telegraph for the wonderful growth and pros- is to come in contcct. I comparative: yields of various grains. I 4

perity so much in evidence in the city j The bulletin contains numerous illustrations -I He brought the subject home to his Political
J Phone all South Florida has learned to love. of the laboratories and the audience by stating that the greatest III :.
i I Local and Long But these features are largely the equipment of the College and of classes need of our Southern soils is lime, :' :.

i. I Number creations of Tampa's two papers, the in civil, electrical and mechanical which is so abundant in this section in .wwwwnwrwwfl-.....-.........A.A&............A..... w.k nw... ....TTTTTTT'....a.... .... ...A A A.. - ".-.-;...- .---.T..TY...A....." .... ... .. ._..._. ._.'_:.

Tribune and Times, who have so faith- engineering. It contains also a state- I the shape of lime rock. .
inch in length (; ful and ecnsC:1tiou.3 attention to the
,I. I Published weekly, and entered as fully worked, and given so freely of ment of the department of instruction, He showed by a chemical test the I words Cards* will not more be published than one under this heading the office. .;5 C. A. ROBERTS dutia of

second class matter at the post-office their time and space in behalf of the curricula and degrees, expenses, scholarships -t presence of acid in the soil, and said from date of receipt until the primary electionin -

I at Starke, Florida. "building "of a city," and they are deserving -I and student life at the univer that crushed or ground lime rock is charge June will for be$5.made A for proportionate additional space additional fractional date I hereby for the'uu'lce announce of myself County! as COlImissioner a UIIdi-

'j f of praise and reward beyondour I sity. Copies of the bulletin may be the best fertilizer that can be had for parts of an inch being counted as an in Comm siojvr1* District No. :2. ommun,

t, E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner power of expression.-Bartow Rec- I had by request to the University of this section. He also showed the importance -i, inch. and Announcement this rule will fees not are be payable varied. in advance Lake district Butler sjbj: >
I ord. Florida, Gainesville, Fla. of preserving the barn yard voters at the vvimary to be held June I IQU
: fl. E. LAGERGREN Associate Editor S manures, proving their value by actual FOR CLERK CIECUIT COURT. If elected wij* faithfully discharge the'duties
I FOR CORRECT LAND DESCRIP- STRAWBERRY SHIPMENTS.The He declared that Flor- I respectfully announce my candidacy for of the office. ; W. R. ALDERMAN. Jr.
the office of Clerk of the Cireut Court of p -
Pensacola is propagating bats for TION. ida is the best farming state in the Bradfordi -County and solicit your support at FOR COMMISSIONER DIST. NO. I
considered.He the election to be held on the 6th day I hereby (Bounce myself a candidate tar
climate primary
: ; the destruction of mosquitos. Starke strawberry shipments from this Union, of June 1916. I am encouraged to enter this County C mrr *ioner for the 3rd District aad

hasn't got enough mosquitos to keepa Mr. F. A. Wood, candidate for governor point since our last writing have beenas showed that Florida and the race by the flattering vote received by me at ocratie respectfully mar 8 *':cit June your I at the Dm
dozen bats alive. follows South will produce more corn per acre the last election. at which time I withdrew pr ; promise if elected
in a little booklet sent out to : from the second primary in order to preserve to serve the iyople as the lawdirecta..
S of last week bushels. than Iowa and that stock of all kinds K J. H. MOORE.
Thursday 50
o. well the proffered
in the
voters, says among things: I harmony party as as .
Recent German naval exploits unprecedented I -
Friday the first may be raised more profitably here I support of friends who were otherwise obli-
"Let have all and deeds filed express car was
'. us plats I hereby an -nuncc myself as a candidate
Those having
annals that for
the of campaign.
in sea fight- gated during
else the
than anywhere in country on
loaded containing 150 bushels. re-election to Jfce office of County
with the county assessor before business with the office will if I am elected. Commission_
ing, show that the kaiser's soldiersare Saturday 106 bushels were sent by account of the long open season and be given courteous attention and consideration. yr for Du-tnci.. No. 3 Raiford and Lawteyi
recorded that
being so no propertymay subject to the Srtion of the
at home on the sea as well as on The records under my personal care prilllal'i
escape assessment and that the open express. pasturage and supervision shall ever be open to inspec- If elected I <,. at all times work: for the m=
the land. assessment roll may bear the name of Monday the second solid express car IndustryH. tion by the public. Respectfully.H. terest of the -ople of Bradford county

S A South Florida S paper relates thata the owner of the property and not be was sent away, containing 175 bush- B. Holroyd, expert in animal hus- C. RICHARD.I { S. T. DOW LING. -

burglar broke into a printer's home asessed as 'unknown.' els. bandry, of Louisville, Ky., spoke on hereby announce myself a candidate for FOR COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. t
the cattle and tick eradica- office of Clerk of the Circuit I hereby art ounce myself a candidate
industry re-election to the for
one night and secured a square meal. "There is no good reason why each Monday night came a cold snap and : ,,i I Court. subject to the action of the Democratic re-election to lhe office of County Comm -
I Wonder if the printer had any break- piece of property appearing on the as- some berries were injured. The price, I tion, showing the chief drawback to party at the primary election to be held June noner for drrict No. 4 i Starke I While

fast next morning? sessment roll should not bear the name which had hitherto been from 10 to 15 : cattle production in Florida as in most ".6th. 1916. Pledging to the people of Bradford the duties of-the office were new to me I
have tried to;' the best interests
i cents fell to from 5 10 of the South, to be the presence of the county courteous prompt and careful attentionto of my
: quart to
of the actual owner. This can be done per the business of the office. I respectfully so- d.stnct .ard >off! county at 181')1:'". With the
j A Tampa motorcycle policeman was by requiring all deeds to be filed with cents a quart on Tuesday, as buying I tick. He stated that under present lic.t their support. experience I -t\e had I fed that I can give

I run over by an automobile and a bone the county assessor before being re- the berries was rather risky. Fifty conditions it is impossible to bring I W. T. WEEKS. I better shall ser-ice'n certai'y always the future stnve and to if do re-elected what!

r i I in his foot was broken. Yet he stuck corded. Several instances have been bushels were shipped that day. thoroughbred cattle to this section FOR REPRESENTATIVE GROUP ONE. best for nil ncerned. On this basis I s

I to his post during Gasparilla week known where deeds have borne the Tuesday night was pretty cold and from states where there are no ticks, To the Democratic Eltttors of Bradford County. licit the votes*"f the democrats of the distr/t,.

I and did not seek relief before the rush wrong description of property. If these there was a white frost Wednesday I j I 90 per cent of them dying from the I .hereby Florida announce:- myself a candidate in ----- *- -J. -L.-UNDERBILL.- -

was over. Valorous deeds of policemen deeds had been filed with the county morning. Xobody thought of picking I Texas fever caused by the tick. He CROUP ONE.: for re-romination for the officeof FOR COMMISSIONER DISTRICT SO. S

: are common. All the heroes are have berries then, of course. Yet Mr. Jay showed how this trouble may be over Representative of Bradford County. Florida. I hereb announce myself a candidate for
assessor errors would subject to the action of the democratic primary County ('om:' ;sBioner of District No. I
; I not in the trenches. apparent and could have been corrected S. Brown shipped a "pony" refrigerator come and is being overcome in many to be held in June, 1916. Brooker and Jlamptont. I respectfully solicit

S before recorded thus of sound berries to Emlenton, Pa. parts of the country by dipping and I respectfully solicit the support of all democratic the suppo-t l' the voters at the democratic
being saving .
: The decision by the Bradford county electors. and promise if nominated and primary fci })\ held on June 6th. and promise
expense and annoyance to the holder The cold hurt exposed berries and quarantine, and proved the simplicityof elected to faithfully discharge the duties of if elected to my duty as such ommissioner
I commissioners to hire ten convicts thereof. bloom, and for some time to come the the methods used for tick eradica- the office. JOE HILL WILUAMS. \ A. B. SURRENCY. '
from the state in order to be able to
Ij' tion and the immense of it.
shipments will be Yet economy
keep the men after they have learned "Many deeds have been made to light. no one I hereby announce myself a candidate In I herebr s J.ounce myself a candidate for
lands which have been platted or sub- is sorry, for this check to the berry While this campaign of the Louisville Group One for representative in the State County c.m' .'liionOr of District No. 5
I to run road machinery, shows that divided the of production was desired. The berry and Nashville system embracesthe Legislature subject to the action of the votersin HamptOT, Brtoker and New River>, and respectfully
they begin to realize the importance of bearing description the democratic primary eleition to be held jolu.l the support of the democrat
I work the blocks and lots and have been recorded producing sections north of us experienced entire country traversed by its I''on June 6th. I promise if elected to give care- voters in the primary to be held on June Sib,
roads. Road building
good on when the original plat had not been severe cold, which will give a lines, a special effort is being made ful attention to the duties of the office and to and faithfully: *liromise if elected to do my: doty
I is skilled labor. use my utmost endeavors to act for the best as such comn_.,ioner, and to use all my efforts
i recorded resulting in the holder thereof decided backset to their plants, and by the industrial and immigration department interests of all concerned.D. in continuing t., ork the caunty convicts upon

I Lake Butler has had her fair and having an Invalid deed. By havingall when our shipping begins in earnestwe to improve conditions in F. MCDONALD.FOR the roads. J. E. ADKL'>S.

Both deeds filed with the will enjoy a long and, we hope, West Florida, which is in their opinionthe # -
Lawtey her Chautauqua. have plats and coun- REPRESENTATIVE-CROUP TWO.I I wish t3 iounce to the citizens of Com
been successes. But why is Starke ty assessor with a certificate of own- prosperous season. great opportunity of the country I hereby announce myself a candidate in missioner's Dr'iriet No. 5 that I am a candi .
today. [ I GROUP TWO for nomination for the office of date for CoucV Commissioner in and for said ,
herself in the ? and that the free"
keeping background ership
property was
BABY SHOW. Representative in the Legislature from Bradford district. t ajff to the action of the democrat
:, : We are not in a position to allow the from all incumbrances- including tax- These meetings have been held at I t ;; county subject to the action of the Dem- primary e:eel in of June 6th. If elected I

; other towns of the county to get all es, this could be corrected." many points on the Pensacola and Atlantic Jocratie primary election to be held on June I promise to fp&.hfUy! discharge the duties of
, I 6th. 1916. I respectfully solicit the support of the office wurj'he view of serving the best interests -
the advertising. Let us start a boster The many instances wheretitle deeds B. B. Hopson, the electric' theatre divisions during this month, but all voters at said Democratic primary and I of all 'voncerned.

club and get on the map. give wrong description of property, manager, last week engaged "Snap nowhere have the experts been more promise a faithful discharge of my duty if I .1 _JAMES REYNOLDS.
warmly received than in Jackson county am honored with nomination and election. : --
S or indefinite descriptions, are well shot Bill" to "snap" every accessible I o .FOR SHERIFF.
The woods are full of them. We refer which produces more than the remainder A. S. CREWS. I : ,
t' known to surveyors, tax assessors and small child in town with his camera, -- hereby a;; oullce myself a candidate for
to fakers of description the of the entire territory of West FOR COUNTY re-election to jr.e office of Sheriff fOf Bradford
title: men, and what Mr. Wood sug- the pictures to be shoat the thea- county. I 1.J... during
blind, the lame and the halt, the book Florida, and where the of the :' I respectfully announce myself a candidatefor my encumbency endeavored
gests would in many if not all caes tre. A good many of our grown citi- the office of Superintendent of Schools of m f* .hfully discharge my duties as
:.: agent and the worthy young man tak- act as a remedy for this evil.A zens were also snapped. Some of them boll weevil makes crop diversificationa Bradford county. and solicit your support in sheriff. "1 pe that my work has met the

ing subscriptions to enable him to secure S had time for a more or less dignifiedpose very present necessity. The Mar ,I the primary election to be held on the 6th of'. hope approval for a tW tr.iJ public support to the at extent the that I can

I a college education, the advertising -, NUISANCE GROWING TO CALAMITY but others were taken unawares, ianna meeting was worked up chiefly June.faithfully 1916 discharge pledging my myself duties. if elected to mary. If :"Teted I promise as good coming service pri-

faker and con man. Cannot something i SIZE. in all the glory of crooked legs and by Mr. J. D. Smith, prominent banker O. L. :MIZELL. as wherefore hitherto I an pectiully.j will endeavor solicit to do better yet.

be done to keep this motley gang I bagged trousers. and land owner, and the Marianna i I hereby announce-myself a candidate for ,' ;'oo. S. B. DENMARK.your support.

out of Florida every winterWauchula The pictures were shown on the band adds greatly to the programs '' the office of County Superintendent of Public :
That our legislators, both state and This is t<> iXiounce to the citizens of Brad
Advocate. with splendid musical numbers.SEABOARD Instruction subject to the action of the democratic -
nights of Monday and Tuesday of this j' ford county t.'it I
national : am a for Sheriff.
S have almost a mania for introducing primary election to be held on June
j Bro. Hetherington has issued his : bills and enacting new and week, after a prelude of roaring farce + + + + + + + +: + T + + + + + + I of 6th.the 19 voters r6. I at respectfully said solicit. the support' election subject to to tbe.-be '.*mon ld on of June the democratic 6th. 1 respectfully primary

"Annual Progress and Prosperity Ed- needless legislation is a matter of common pictures. The pictures of the childrenwere + + primary.F. A. SCOTT. solicit the ,surt of all voters at the said
1 primary an! i.JJimis. faithful J
discharge of the
tion of the Lakeland Evening Tele- knowledge. And it is doubtless very interesting round-eyed as- + TIME TABLE. + duties of the
gram." It is a 10xl4 inch pamphlet, true that the lax enforcement of laws tonishment or half-fright showing in + + 1 the I office hereby of announce County Superintendent myself a candidate of Pub-for, ;. W. J. EPFEPSON.FOR'SESATOR. "1 j
face -
beautifully printed on heavy calendared chargeable in no small degree to i every but they presented a good- + New time table takes effect + I lic Instruction. subject to the action of the .

paper, replete with descriptions of this fact, for with this overwhelming looking crowd of youngsters of whom + 12:01 a. m. Sunday, Jan. 2, 191C. + imr democratic to the primary on June 6th. 1916. Pledg- I I hereby u-$...cunce myself: a candidate for
I the prompt courteous and
town well care-
the industries and resources of its sec- mass of statutes on every conceivable I ; may be proud. + Trains will arrive in Starke as + I fut dispatch of their business if elected. I State District Senatoifrora(Braird county the )Fifteenth, subject to Senatorial the will
tion and profusely illustrated with por- subjecting overshadowing the land, itis Hobsonian idea was a happyone + follows: + respectfully solicit the support of the votersat of the derr.oe\&'.ic voters as expressed at the
traits and was rewarded by packed houses said primary. E. R. POPPELL. primary elect ,n to be held
and scenic pictures. Lakelandis a hopeless task for even the lawyers + + on June 6th. I

the center of one of the best and or the judges to keep up withit both nights. -, + Jacksonville to Tampa + I hereby announce myself for re-election to .!; respectfully said prjmsA*Wcit aid the promise support my of faithful the votersat attention -
the office of
most interesting parts of Florida and and popular contempt and indifference .* No. 1 _____________11:14 p. m. + Bradford County county Superintendent and respectfully of Schoolsof solicit to Iht Duties of the office if I am elect
I the "Annual" does full justice to it. follow as a natural- eonsenuenee.'Tie + No. 3 ____----_____11:15 a. m. +, your votes in the June primary. If elected. I .. .

; country would probably be better I J + No. 9 (Limited) _____10:34 a. m. + 1 growth will endeavor of our to schools hold and increase the great FOR ME*3Ei%SCHOOL BOARD DIST. NO.-I
I j The industrial in results and benefits To the Yoteii-I hereby candi-
department announce
Seaboard railway of the I governed and respect for ]law meal' Membership! Increases Despite Sunday + ft,to the children of the county.F. dacy for mert,ftr of the Board of Public my Instruction

a beautiful company has issued urable! increased If all of o tr legislatures Golf, Autos and Movies + Jacksonville to Cedar Key + G. SCHELL. nomination tioioDijtrict of;'; No. 2. subject to the
pamphlet the
for distribution + No. 15 ________ 5:04 .* primary. If successful I
among homeseekers in the j would go out of business for the -- n. m. FOR TAX COLLECTOR.I promise to on* Tiy very best efforts to advance
states north next + + hereby announce myself a candidate for the cause of.'. dueation in Bradford
ten in county:
years and could be called
of The pamphlet deals mostly with The membership of the churches of re-election for the office of Tax Collector for Your support respectfully. solicited.
.U +
: session only to pass the appropriation the United States increased by 648,193 Tampa to Jacksonville + Bradford county. subject to the action of the N. E. ROBERTS.I .
.. r ssifiiiittci in Florida' for live I I bills fcnd in cases of + No. 2 __uuu___ 4:54a.xn. + Democratic primary of June 6. 1916 and pro-

and forage crops. The counties th t get rid of a large part of those we already sus expert and member of the Federal + No. 10 (Limited) __ 5:54 p. m. + M. DOWLING.FOR a member i4'the Board of Public Instruction
have wide-awake trade bodies! to look have.Legislation + + for District :?V>. 2. and if elected I promise
Council of Churches. This brings the COUNTY JUDGE. faithful serv'nJ! to one and all and I respect-
after such things receive ample men- has nearly ceasedto + Cedar Key to Jacksonville + I hereby announce myself candidate fully solicit '
'I'' pretty total church membership of the coun- as a yj(ur support at the coming primary -
tion. Bradford county, always too be a remedy for any existing evil, + No. 14 _____________ 9:24 a. m. + for re-election to the office of County Judgeof of JUK* 1916. Thanking you for past :
try to 39,375,271 or about 40 cent Bradford I *
per county. subject to the action of favor J. E. DOUGLASS.FOR .
: modest, receives no mention at all, not and the crying need of the times is for of the population of the nation: Dr. + the Democratic primary June 6th. 1916. and '.. 1:

; even a hint of our great strawberry our public men, our press teachers and Carroll states that the churches of the + Wannee Trains + promise if elected to give the same daily attention MEMB};? SCHOOL BOARD DIST. NO. 1 ..
I I industry, though through courtesy two preachers parents in their homes and + No. 101 Leaves Starke 6:45 a. m. + to the duties of the office in the future I hereby tjnounce myself a candidate for ."
country advancing in membership re-election a:;#(ember of the School Board for
i I. or-three pictures of Bradford county every other educational influence we at the rate of about three- + No. 104 arrives Starke 2:45 p. m. + past.CEO.. A. GARDINER.I District No. ;*. subject to the action of the
I ; fields are inserted. How long are we, have to devote themselves to the task + T. J. GRIFFIN, Agent. + democratic i.?!mary election to be held on
I quarters of a million each year. hereby announce myself a candidate for June 6th. Ispectfully solicit the support of
I I ; through indifference about advertising of putting into the minds and heartsof The Federal council's figures for the + + the office of County Judge and respectfully solicit the voters a'.:'aid. primary election.
I our resources, to remain in the background the masses of the people the imper- + + + + .P + + + + + + + + + + + the support of the voters at the democratic ," CHESLEY FOGG.
various denominations show that the .
I primary election to be held on June 6th. I ---- :
behind counties that have less -- -
ative necessity of obedience to law if largest memberships are in the Roman believe I did my duty when I held the office t*>8 TAX ASSESSOR.To .
to boast of than we have, but have our civilization is to live. Catholic church with the OCALA.-The Camp Phosphate Co., before. If I am elected again I shall give an the eitiit:> of Bradford County:-

public-spirited men who do all they The following from the current issue 14,500,000; of this city, is making preparations to honorable and conscientious discharge of the I express '=:iy. sincere gratitude and appreciation -
Methodist with the duties of the
I 6.000,000; Baptist office. T. J. DEKLE. for t% very kind consideration given
can to make. them.known? of the Saturday Evening Post with 4,000,000; the Lutherans with 2, reopen two of their phosphate plantsnear ---- me in the get and solicit your cordial support
gives a good idea of this monstrousand Dunnellon within the next several FOR COMMISSIONER DISTRICT. NO. 2. in forthcoming democratic primary
t PATRONIZING FOREIGN PLANTS. 500,000 and the Disciples of Christ, I hereby announce myself a candidate for election for See office of County Assessor of
I ridiculous obsession in our legis- who number 1,363,000. The Episcopal weeks and a little later will reopen still County Commissioner for district No. 2 (Lake Taxes. She-Ad I again be elected you will

0I I laton that really amounts to a grave church with 1,488,000 members is another mine just out of Dunnellonthat Butler). and respectfully solicit the support of always finde an the job. ready to give the
a the voters. of the district the best sen'ice \* which I
at am capable.
coming pri .
I A matter of no small importance to national evil: has been dormant since the begin- :,
little more than twice that of the con- mary. If elected I promise to discharge the Very truly.
Florida is covered in an interview with I "It is rather depressing to read thata gregationalist church with 771,000 ing of the big war. The reopeningof duties of the office impartially. and to have .1 N. D. WAINWRIGHT.
\ citizen which thousand bills introduced in these three mines will give the interest of all the people always at heart.R. ----- t -- -
j a Lake county we publish were membefs. The smallest bodies are em- J. AS DREWS. FOR SUP&RVISOR OF REGISTRATION.I .

i elsewhere. the senate directly after Congress con- the Universalists, 55,000; the Unitarians ployment to quite a number of people am a C&L' 'tdate for re-election to the officeof

That large sums of money annually vened. It is impossible that as muchas 70,500 and the Quakers 120,700. and will give quite an impetus to business I hereby announce myself a candidate for supervise of registration and will thank
I County Commissioner in and for District No. the voters '# the coming primary for their
I are paid by Florida enterprises to ten per cent of them ought to have The largest gain during the past in this section. 2 (Lake Butler and Worthington and respectfully support. I l V.e given careful attention to the

: : printing concerns located in other been introduced. Over two hundred was made by the Catholics solicit the support of the voters at duties of tri: office in the past and will con
I year a the democratic primary election to be held tinue to d j' states for work that could be as wellor bills were introduced in the legisla- I total of 264,000, compared with a Bap- ++.++m-u i tt III +++++++.. June 6th. I promise if elected to give care4444444444444444 on- term. ..' C. A. KNIGHT.

better done here is beyond dispute. ture at Albany on the first day of the tist gain of 124,000, the greatest per- 1 -

The printing business is one of man- session; but no experienced person expects centage of gain, and a Methodist increase + CHURCHES.BAPTISTRev. + ---1'1#; --

I ufacturing and sen-ice. It employs much of Albany. The senate rs of 141,000. + LOST.
one +
high class mechanical talent and men supposed to contain the pick of the church + + Januarj'Jl: one white male setter,
talent of the nation. Over member in every three is a + W. A. FerI black earleft side of paw black, 18 I
i of brains. Workers engaged in it are l vmaking CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
In the
desirable citizens for sixty thousand laws .were enacted in Sunday Schools of + rell. Sunday school, 9:45 A. : months olv. medium size. Reward to
I generally the United States there are 16,000,000 + M. finder. 1t.! J. P. Tomlinson Starke,
Morning service 11:00 + 444444-444444
community. the United States in five years. The enrolled, with 1,500,000 teachers. ; + 444Lost Fla.
the of for mania to increase. This Niagara + Sunday 6:45 P. M. Visitors + I' _
It seems height folly seems Another feature cf the report is the and Found --- }
Florida not to support her printers in of legislation, like the incurable loquacity gain in the United States is making in + cordially invited to attend. The gratid opening sale of the Ros- "

preference to out-of-state houses. So of the gabbler, shows the absence the printing of Bibles, an industry for-: + + LOST-One K & S ratchet wrench. enberg Department Store will open -:

long as so much printing goes to foreign of cerebration and the presenceof merly controlled almost entirely by + PRESBYTERIAN-Rev. H. G. 4 Reward for return to Harold S. without fl on Tuesday, February 15, -.

concerns there will be lack of en- a mere nervous excitement. A distinguished ngland. + Denr.ison, Pastor. Sunday + Brown.. 1-21-tf. at the J. *'. Carter store building on .*
couragement to the other manufactories psychclogist informs us + school at 9:45 A. M. Preaching + Call stre<.&. A full line of shoes, dry :

our people are trying to interest privately that a certain legislative + services at regular hours. + For Sale or ExchangeFOR goods. haVX and groceries and feed of *.

: in Florida. The Florida Metropolis body produced nine thousand bills; but CAMPAIGN OF L. & N. FOR + SALE-Chufa all kinds. ::Entire stock of about $5,000
I I Morning service at 11 A. M.; + seed, $1 a peck, "
can speak without self-interest in this he discovered, upon applying his brain- BETTER FARMING METHODS + Evening service, 7. Visitors + $3. '5 a bushel. W. M. Bryan, Starke, must go._ *. I'
I i : matter, since it maintains no job scope, that the membership collectively + Fla.
cordially to + 2183t.
YOUR ) RIEXDS can buy anything
: printing department. Jacksonville possessed only eight and a half real
I Metropolis. ideas on all subjects. The disproportion Farming and Cattle Raising us. + FOR SALE-A neat cottage, extra you can.e them-except your PHOi,
i __ _ Tele + .r. The HOOVER BROS.
I : is too great.-Lakeland house and barn on place. Plenty of
i GREAT TAMPA". Discussed at CHRISTIAN Rev. John STUDIO.t
\ Ii is gram. Meeting in + MulI room for a garden. Xice location. A -k----- ,
:' II I Tampa has become the "wonder" of S ady, pastor. Services on morn- + bargain. Hoover Bros. Starke Fla. -
1 Florida. The success of her undertakings DESCRIPTIVE BULLETINThe Marianna Saturday. + ing and evening of the fourth + Livcri Up Your Torpid Liver. :
,I + of To > liver active Dr.
Sunday the month. kei5 your use
'I is marvelous. No tonly has the aim and scope of the College of .'V I FOR SALE-Five acres of land, six King's fc-x Life Pills. They insure

I I Gasparilla festivities increase din attraction Engineering of the University of MARIANXA, Feb. 12.-The cam- + EPISCOPAL-Rev. A. room dwelling in good repair, barn good digestion, relieve constipation,
but it is fair combi- Florida is given in a new bulletin just of the Osmond + and
1/ now a paign Louisville and Nashville outhouses, grape vines and fruit
/ the whole
j. + and torn-tup system-keep t.
nation in which the products of South issued. Florida needs Floridatrainedmen railroad for better farming methodshas Worthing priest in charge. + trees, all in city limits of Starke, for fresh and
'I Florida are attracting the most favorable to take charge of its reclamation met with a splendid response in + Sunday school, 9:30 a m. Morning + sale on terms or cash. D. E. Knight your eyeJear and your at :
healthy Poking. Only yoar
t attention from Floridians and projects, swamp drainage, road build- Jackson county, more than fifteen,hun prayer and sermon 11:00 + Starke, Fla. 1-21-tf. ., ((2) :
f thousands of tourists. We doubt if ing, improvement of harbors and waterways dred farmers having attended the + o'clock. Evening prayer and + : i'S...'

I 0 any city in the United States of any- management of public util- meetings held at the various places in sermon, 7:00 o'clock. Choir reI STRAWBERRY PLANTS grownin o. b. Lwell; Fla. H. T. Hall Low- : -
l 1 Jt, thing near the size of Tampa has ever ities, sanitation problems, and every the county this week by the flying + hersal, Saturday, 3:30 P. M. + Illinois -l- 1.U-t
should orderednow.
t r done as much in one season as Tampa branch of engineering development. It squadron of exptfrts sent out by the + 4 be -

I has this winter towards advertising is with a hope of supplying these railroad to talk to the people. + Place orders with FOR SAvE-73 to 100 barrels of good

t t the progressiveness, attractive features needs that the College of Engineeringis This afternoon five hundred METHODIST-Rev. John A. 4 your corn, tic per barrel if taken at once.

f r : and future possibilities of herself maintained.The assembled in the courthouse and men lis- +, Hendry, pastor. Sunday school 4 me. F. L. Turner, Fireproof R. H. ):;reen place. .Apply to J. F.

I and the state at large. This is youth who intends to take up tened with rapt attention to the lectures +' at 9:45 A. M. Morning ser'P. 24tf. Brooki Lake Butler, Fla., R. F. D.2.184t..
the future great city of Florida. Her engineering for his life work will findno and a meeting will be held to: +'I vice, 11:00 o'clock; evening 4 .-Garage, No. 2&.> .

people are becoming noted for their broader field than Florida. His night which promises to be largely +1 service, 7:30 o'clock. Junior 4 SEED PEANUTS FOR SALE-I am --- \rFor: Rent

hospitality, unselfishness and liberality training should be taken in the institution attended. T. E. McElrop, of Colum- +1 Epworth League, Sunday 4:00 4 offering for immediate acceptanceand Two first floor

o as boosters. Nothing little or narrow which is making a special bia, Tenn., expert in entomology, spokeon +1 P. M. Senior Epworth League, 4 cash with the order N. C. Flat FOR RfNT- large Ad-

in what they do, a united brotherhood study of, and giving special instruc- soils and soil improvement illus- ..'1 44411111111II111144444 Vine Peanuts at Eighty-five cents rooms for light housekeeping.
dress 2Jox 331 Starke Fla. 24tf.
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I J J OOJO JJ OO J I all-Bring Bibles. urcKen uy the engine oacknnng. Lrs. -....
Seeber King and J. M. Mann set the' Song "O.-V Thl're"-School.
0 How should we study the Bilc- ; Recitatol Cassie
> bones. Mr. Chastain is a very energetic :" Hurst.
I LAKE BUTLER. Superintendent.Quiz.. man always on the go, and itj! Recitation -Ina Brannen. Pi
Bits of Local page 66. will be hard for him to keep quiet for Reading: ilizabcth: Gainey. )
$> AJ <8> ?> 0000v0yC <8> <> ?> j. Journey through II Corinthians. a while. I Recitatior.-*-Welthia Brannen.

Master Willard Entertains. Business. Mr. George Richard left here last Recitatior--Raiford Brannen.

1 Master Bertram Willard enter- Reading of minutes. Monday for Savannah, Ga., where he Recitator; :;- laud Gainey.
Appointment of committees. '
InformationJBT will enlist in the coast artillery for RecitationJoseph Hurst.
tained quite number of his Unfinished business.
a young I' Song-3d n'ol.RecitatiorPensie.
3 years. He has been headstrong to .
friends with Roll call.Critic's .
a pound party Saturday
l Nllia IIN c..0" eM T...... be one of "Uncle Sam's boys" for Hurst.
X eveningt After
enjoying numerous report.
quite a while. Hurrah for the Stars! Recitation -Broward Gainey.
. out in the lawn they call- Benediction.hnight.
games were Recitatior -Felton
and Stripes also George.Mr. .
ed in about 10 o'clock to partake of the j
.1 Recitations-Cola
L. F. Roberts was in Lake Butler Douglass.
good things spread for them on the -lcDonald. last week. He recently sold out his Dialogue-fcEliza Brannen Bessie j
Jay Alderman in
Hampton Mon- While the paper is going to press dining table of the Edgar Hotel. ] Wlthia :
' interest in the Tomlinson-Maines Drug J Brannen Brannen Ina Bran-
day. the Ladies' Aid of the Presbyterian The table was presided over by Miss One of the prettiest home weddingsthat (
Co. here and will now travel on the n.en, Cassie {1Ilrst.RecitatioJ .
I church are giving a dollar social at the Dorothy Willard who did the honorsin ever occurred in Lake Butler was :;
Marion Brannen.
Col. W. T. Weeks in that of Miss of Mr. road for a large drug house. Mr. Rob- )
was Hampton residence of Col. and Mrs. A. V. Long. her usual fascinating style. There Eyder daughter Recitatior -Inez Brannen.Recitatior.Silas '
erts while here made friends ;
Monday.A. I Ths and Mrs. D. McDonald to Mr. De- many
event has been pleasantly antici- seemed enough on the table including
who will be lose him from Hersey.SongSctiol.
Witt of Mr. and Mrs. Don sorry I .
pated for some time.Mr. fruits of all kind nuts cakes can- son Knight, ; .
E. Surrency, of Brooker, was in dies and other sweets to satisfy the all of this place, Friday night, Febru- their midst. but wish for him much
success in his new business.Mr. I Song "Gtf. Be With You 'Till We
town Thursday. and of of ary 11, 1916.
Mrs. Silas Kite and Mr. appetites half Lake Butler but :Meet
R. E. Dell made business trip Again
and Mrs. W. M. Bryan returned Sun- when the feast was over one would Promptly at 7:30 the guests were ,
W. Ellery Davis of Heilbronn, was day from Tampa where they had at- think a cyclone had struck the table. invited to the parlor which was decorated to Jacksonville last Friday. I tertainment Everybodf eemed to enjoy the en-
in Mrs. H. K. Roberts left for Gainesville 1 j ery much. There was
town Monday. with white carnations"
tended the Gasparilla festivities.Whilethere About 11:30 the guests departed for pink and ; .
last Saturday morning to be at i a great ma:&; people from Lake Butler -
Mrs. Annie Hope daughter of their homes to spend the balance of after which Mrs. 0. C. Strickland sang '
the bedside of her Mrs. R. R. 01ustee, Sanderson and the Dob-
mother ,
Mrs. 0. L. Stuck has returned home Mr and Mrs. Kite, gave birth to a fine the night in sweet dreams of this hap- "Because You Are Mine, Sweetheart," i
school Prof. L. C.
from South Carolina. son. occasion. accompanied by Miss Clara Stewart. Richard, who is very sick. son Taylor has
py Mr. Stanley James of Jacksonville been teachiiii.the. Palestine school for
Those present were Misses LizxSe The song being finished and the strainsof
spent the week-end with T. W. Wal- the past twiXjfears,and wishes to thank
Officer Ed. Burnsed spent the 'firstof Capt. and Mrs. R. C. Heiberger and Townsend Christian Townsend. Kate Lohengrin's Wedding March peal- f
and the rvry much for their kind-
drup family.Dr. patrons
the week in Jacksonville. son, of Theressa. spent last Friday in Epperson Pearl Hunter, Seta Moore, ing forth, Miss Rhona McDonald, sister -
Seeber King and N. 0. Over- ness and grjfit interest: they have given -
town the Merzie Fowler Messrs. Wade of the bride and Mr. DeWitt Mc-
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. ; Kennedy
Mrs. C. A. Marks and son, Charles' W. White. Mrs. Heiberger has been Mayhew Kennedy J. C. Priester, Char- Gill, the best man, entered followedby street spent Sunday in Jacksonville.Miss him sir.ctt.. has been at that point.

were in Gainesville Monday in poor health for' sometime past and lie Stewart Victor Stewart, John Pad- the bride and groom. Grace Waldrup, of Columbia .. -
she was enroute to Jacksonville to en- gett Stewart Willard. They were met at the marriage altar College, Lake City, spent the weekend Mr. and JVs. L. C. Taylor moved to

Mrs. E. Strong spent a few days ter Rogers' hospital for treaement.J. by Rev. Coleman- the Christian at home. Lake Butler vast Saturday where Mr.
this week in St. Petersburg. church who performed the nuptial Miss Annie Cox and mother, of An- Taylor will Attend the normal.
Methodist Church Notes.A derson, S. C., spent Sunday and Monday f.
T. Wills Jr., was in Starke Fri- rites that made them one, in his own --,,..._
Misses Myra and Emma Darby wentto day on his way home to Jacksonvillefrom large congregation greeted Rev.II. impressive way. The ring ceremony with Dr. and Mrs. Seeber King. ;
Jacksonville last G. Davis at the Methodist church soft music Mrs. S. W. Brannen and daughter
Saturday. Gainesville where he had been being used was played
visiting his parents Judge and Mrs.J. last Sunday. Rev. Davis is the presid- throughout the ceremony. visited relatives in Hampton Satur-

Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins attendedthe I T. Wills. Mr.' Wills has been a ing elder of the Jacksonville District After the ceremony light refresh- day and Sunday.COMMENCEMENT. I At tit Churches ]

Chautauqua in Lawtey last week. railroad man for years but was for- and he is a very able preacher. His : ments were served on the front veranda EXERCISES AT

merly a member of the Telegraph'sforce. sermon was one of great interest Mrs. Iva Townsend Sprinkle pre- PALESTINE SCHOOL.
Messrs. G. C. Livingston and A. V. ranging the analogy between marriage siding.

Long spent last Friday in Jackson- relation and the divine union of the The bride was ne\er lovelier thanin ?I. MARK'S.

ville. Mr. John P. Coffin of Johnstown Christ and the church. Many were her gown of white charmeuse with Palestine school closed Friday Feb- Next Sum-!rt morning Holy Eucharist -

and his friend, Mr. W. G. Branden- profited as well as entertained by the long veil held in place with orange ruary 11, 1916 with the following ex- and serm"jh. .i' I

r Mr. and Mrs G. W. Burnsed of burg, a newspaper man of Kansas discourse on this occasion.In blossoms. She carried a bouquet of ercises: Sunday sc ol. 10 a. m. .

Green Cove are in Starke visiting rel- City were in town Tuesday. Mr. the afternoon the first quarterly white carnations. Miss Rhona wore Opening address by Bessie Bran- Litany irrcessions, Wednesday 1

atives. Brandenburg has fallen in love with conference of the year was held at pink charmeuse and carried a bouquetof nen.Welcome 7:30 p. m. 't:' 4'I

this section of Florida and will' prob- the parsonage. pink carnations. The groom and song by school. Choir prac ie, Friday 3:30 m. .
I II. M. Bradley- postmaster of Green ably become a land owner here. We There is much in the New Year's best man wore the conventional black. Recitation-Ressie Brannen. -- p. ,

Cove Springs, was in Starke the first furnished him with what little descriptive outlook to encourage and inspire to The color scheme of white and pink Recitation-Eliza Brannen. ;t"IIRISTIAN. t

of the week. literature we happened to have greater efforts for the advancement of was used throughout the lower floor. Dialogue-Effie Hurst and Cassie : 1
You in to attend the
are > preaching -
Christ's kingdom. The bride is one of Bradford's accomplished Hurst.
which he eagerly accepted and promistd services.'tt the Christian church Ii
Miss Leola Faulk spent the week to send to prospective homeseekers.THE teachers and a favorite Reading-Rebecca Prannen. next { the usual hours.
end with friends in Baldwin and Jack fhristian Church Notes. 'With a large circle of friends. The Dialogue-Dan Hurst and Claude Sunday.jt

: sonville. is a Bradford county boy and ,
groom Gainey.
Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock
is connected with an insurance company "Somewhat of a Lyer Hisseif"Dan -
I Attorneys J. E. Futch and Joe Hill the Junior C. E. to the number of 27, and is well liked for his honestyand Hurst. :'i'f' I

Williams were in Gainesville Mondayon county campaign moves along gathered at the home of Mrs. Coleman business qualities.That Song, "Never Say Fail"-School. Now in session, continues up to the ; I

legal business. rather quietly. Most of the candidatesseem for a little valentine social. The past- Mr. and Mrs. Knight are favorites Dialogue-Charlie Douglass, Effie j! June examinj-Jion. Only those preparing I

to think it is too early to be;'i'1 master was legally appointed and in- with their many friends was Hurst Massey Hurst Bessie and Wel- for first' second and third grade \ j

Mrs. A. H. Freeman left Mondayfor to pour their troubles out to the voters stalled. At the close of the social hour demonstrated by the numerous beau- thia Brannen. certificates ,\'. tted. Write before coming

Jacksonville, where she is visiting and the voters seem satisfied to spent in innocent games and amnse- tiful and useful! wedding presents given Recitation-Effie Hurst. as we d,; not want to overcrowdthe II

relatives and friends. let the contest run along smoothly.The ments by the jolly youngsters, it was them. They will begin at once to Recitation-Alvin Brannen. class. Wiyiave the experience and

Telegraph's announcement crl- decided to call for the mail. Then keeping house hefe. I Dialogue, "Taking the Census"- the ability n;. .pssary to serve you. I!

Mrs. S. T. Dell and little son, of umn continues to grow though: the came the reading of the valentinesand Their many friends wish them much Ena Taylor and Arthur Brannen. j Have conducted many such classes and

Gainesville, .are guests of Col. W. T. growth' is less .rapid than it'ao; a the comparison of home made hapiness on "life's matrimonial sea." Recitation-Elizabeth Gainey. all have ln-ei-Jwell pleased. 13: miles

Weeks Mrs. Dell's father. f.!w veeks ago. Th following new work. After this came light refresh- Recitation-Cola Douglass. west of Palatjsa and 12 miles east of

announcements have lately found their ments and the children returned to Miss Thenie Knight entertained a Reading-Effie Hurst. Hawthorne. J;J. N. OVERHULTZ .

:Mr. J. L. :Warren retained Monday way into the column: hour their homes had happier and better for the number of young folks at her home Recitation-Jessie Hersey. 2182t. r Keuka Fla. j

from Ellaville accompanied by his For sheriff W. J. Epperson. they spent together.At last Sunday afternoon with a sing. it
7:30 the C.
E. j
mother Mrs. L. E. Herring. For (commissioner district No. 5, J. of society, composed Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Rimes of Worth" t:;
young people, gathered and had a
E. Adkins James Reynolds.For .
ington attended the quarterly confer-
similar program for two hours. Happyin i
Rev. L. W. Kickliter returned Mon- member school board. districtNo. their social ence here Saturday and Sunday. r

day from Periial, near Palatka wherehe 2, N. E. Roberts. J. E. Douglass.For amusements. After intercourse getting and their various mail Mis,' Mildred Roberts spent the sea

had conducted religious services. commissioner district No. 2, W. at the improvised post office they were week end at the home of her grandparents I IZ
R. Alderman.For .
Mr. and Mrs. Rimes of
treated to light refreshments. They ,
Mr.John G. Ritch of Valdosta Ga., commissioner, district No 1, S. dispersed, having been drawn closer Worthington, last week. 4.54 J

was in tewn Sunday and Monday and T.of Bowling. of Raiford; J. H. Moore together and helped in their plans for Misses Gracie Fogg and Maybelle l

while here was the guest of Mr. N. T. Lawtey.Mr. their future Christian work. Only Bradley spent Saturday in Jackson-
A. H. Williams who has ,
announced .
Bitch. one thing marred the pleasure. One ville shopping.Mr. ...., I.r"i If
candidate for
as a
Billy Parker noted lecturer
of their number Geo. Richard having
re-election commissioner from district \ 'W' "
as -
I passed through here Wednesday en- [
home I enlisted in the for
Harris returned
Miss Leacy army a sevenyear J 'r
No. 1. announces the withdrawal : .,
where he will de-
Thursday after spending a delightfulweek of his This term. had departed for the Savannah route to Trenton I .,I / ,
candidacy. will be regretted -
lectures. I
liver series of f
with her sister Mrs. J. A. Boyd I Training School on Monday forenoon. a ""Ir' "
bv a great many citizens of the ..
Colson hada
Last Friday Mr. John G. '
of Leesburg.Mrs. Last Sunday was the regular day Jr} I
county for Mr. Williams had proved'himself l
his home in the
family gathering at ,=
for the services at Raiford and Rev. r
E."W. Harris and little son of a useful member of the board. Coleman spoke at the usual hours. Pine Jlill section it being the anniversary J : 4 1

Jacksonville- were visitors last week at 31EMORIAM.. The meeting seemed to have a little of his eighty-second birthday. WallSfreetBeforethefire 3S --\\\.f
the home of her parents. Dr. and Mrs.J. more than the usual interest. Plans His children, grand children and a tl
C. Wills. were made and money raised to get a host of friends assembled at the place v ") tw
After a m weeks' struggle with good supply of new hymn books for to congratulate him. The tables were 1r7. .;i,

Mrs. E. II. Smith of Philadelphia typhoid fever and though attended by the church and Bible school. At nightin laden wits everything the heart could Savings deposited with is are as
who has spent the past two months billed physicians -and nurses Mrs. spite of threatening weather the wish for in the eating line. They were
here with her parents Dr. and Mrs. J. Gracie Murphy of Talleyrand Avenue, house was well filled, mostly with the spread under the shade of the large as an investment in"?:a United

C. Wills, has'returned home. Jacksonville,died in'her home January12th. young people, and, according the planof oaks near the house. Everyone enjoyed i I States government bond, vhile the ..

, Her untiring christian engagements service was changed and a lecture themselves that day and wish : earning power of your morley placed .

I Mr. and Mrs. P. 0. Carpenter who and loyalty to her church, the given on the work that the fine lot of for this'honorable old gentleman much !I in our vaults is greater t van if invested I,
M. E. church, of which she became happiness and continued good health ..
had teen guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. a Raiford young people might do for the .
: 4 Powell Mrs. Carpenter's parents left member tt the age of eleven years, social and moral uplift of the town and in 365 more days would be there In government bon s. aa 1 f'

; Thursday for their home Newton, N. was, for her the favor of God, love and and community. Out of this meetingand again. Those from Lake Butler were. ,

: C. higfi esteem in which she was held by some previous work which had already Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Maines, Mr. G. W. ( A bank booh showing a$ ever in- I i
her christian associates. Ball Misses Lillie and Jessie Mae Col-
been done by good people 'in- creasing savings account *is one of
You should not fail to be present at O death, where is thy sting? 0 terested in C. E. work, it is most prob- son.We the most ,
: the Mock Wedding which will be given grave where is thy victory? Death able that a social service union will are glad to note that our esteemed valuable things; you can

I by the Ladies' Musicale, aided by some has only killed the body of our sister be organized under the auspices of the friend, Mr. A. C. Whittaker, possess. It carries with it & assur-

; of the best local" talent in this city. whflt 'in heaven her spirit forever beholds C. E.. This meeting for organization proprietor of the City' Bakery, who ance of independence an$ a relief

I Date announced later. the face of our Father whichis will be held one week from Friday at has been very sick in Hampton is improving from worries for I
I in heaven. Child of promise, chosen! the Methodist church. Let all who and will be able to sit up in the future: ,. .

.I Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Denmark and 1 i vessel of mercy which God has pre- I I are interested keep at work on the I I a few days. He has a trained nurse

Mr. P. S. Denmark returned Tuesday ; pared unto glory, sleep on until God plan so that we may have a fine organization with him. (The saving habit should be Cultivated

from their trip to Tampa and Mul shall descend from heaven with thy and be able to d> :"Po work Col. and Mrs.' A. Z. Adkins, of as a virtue and you will fid in it a

berry. Mr. S. B. Denmark attendedthe spirit and at the voice of Jesus Christ successfully. Starke, motored over to our city last pleasure that far
I sheriffs' convention while in Tam- thy body shall arise, at which time Tuesday. They were the guests of exceeds; your ex-
body and spirit shall unite and enter Mrs. Sarah Adkins mother of Mr. Adkins. pectations. ;
pa. Junior C. E. Program.For .
into eternal
Mrs. A. II. Freeman, accompaniedby She was born joys.October 21, 1889 and February 20th, 11 a. m. Mr. W. M. Overstreet, who has beenin ( Get the habit now. Tahe-V tl part of

Mesdames T. J. Griffin. E. S. Matthews died January 12. 1916. She leaves a Topic-The society's hands and feet. ill health for the past three weeks, this week's earnings as a \4eginning.III.
Text Rom. 15:1-2-Jessie Dugger. taken to Jacksonville Sunday by
J M. Alvarez and J. M. Mitchell Husband, two children. father mother was >*
and brother. She shall not tots Song. Dr. King for an X-ray examination.
motored over to Laytey one daylast return (Start a banh account withes
week to attend the Chautauqua.The but we shall go to her. Prayer. His condition was found to be at a today.Miakt .
A A FRIEND.The Bible lesson read by leader. critical stage, and an operation is like- V

Ladies' Musicale will meet on ( deceased had relatives and Lesson story "Hands .ind Feet fur ly at any time, but we hope will not

February 21st, in friends in Stark, who sincerely regret Others"-Josie Bennett Essie Dugger be necessary.Mr. .
Monday afternoon,
and Aubrey D kll.. J. R. Chastain met with
the school auditorium to rehearse! for her untimely demise.-Ed.) a very \
Reference drill-all bring Bibles. accident while
the entertainment which they will giveat painful cranking auto -
DEPLOR.BLECrWE T. Symposium: last Monday. lIe had his wrist
early date. All members are urg- .
((1) Should we entertain strangers?
ed to be present. IIeb.13:2-Fred Owen. '... _
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Mrs. J. V. Jones of Atlanta, spent was out shooting birds Wednes- ? 1 Pet. 4: >-Pearl Hunter. r 1 ; i!

the week-end here with her brother day. He stopped to take a look around (:H) Should we visit those in trouble I Special I Price For A Limited time y..
Prof. M. L. Neal at the City Hotel. and put the butt of his gun on the -? Jas. 1:27-Willie Scarborough.
While here Mrs. Jones went out to I
ground. Immediately the shot went Mission study page 57-Ruth Rich- .
Kingsley Lake and was charmed with off striking his right hand, almost severing ard. Best Cotton Plow Lines, 33ft. 19c. pair. :, I I

the beautiful scenery. it. The unfortunate man has- Sentence

tened to the office of Dr. A. H. Freeman Memory prayers.verses. Hardware Farming Implements

Mrs. Grace Ford, sister of Mr. John in Starke and the hand was amputated Business, reading minutes, appointment i

Uglow whose guest she is, left Tues- but, luckily, the thumb was of committees. Now is the time to investigate for your needs on the farm. My line of[Plows Cultivators

for :
with her little daughter a
day not much injured and it was saved.
visit to Daytona and other points of Dr. Freeman was assisted by Dr. J. Mizpah. Planters, Fertilizer Distributors, Hoes, Rakes Shovels, Pitch Forks,; Plow Lines, i :

the East Coast. She was accompaniedto P. Tomlinson.Mr. Hames, Single Trees,-In fact everything for the farm. A Gasoline Engintv Pump, etc. I

Jacksonville by Mrs. Uglow who Gunter cannot account for the C. E. Program.For My stock of the above articles is the largest in the county. A large variety, from which i .,
will visit relatives there. charge exploding. Evidently the gun February 20, at 5:45 p. m., to
to make selections.
mast have slipped out of his hand. meet at Mrs. Coleman: your ; :

fir J. H. Brown and family of Ced- This is another instance showing how Topic-How to put the Bible into Come and Look Them Over--My Prices are Low I

ar Keys have moved to Starke and the greatset care must be exercised Life.Text I ,,

are at present occupying the Valen- when firearms are handled. Mr. Gun- Psalm 119:105112ThelmaBailey.

tine cottage in the northern part of ter's many friends sympathize with Stoves, Ranges DeWitt C. Jones ;;;Paints, Oils : -
town. Mr. Brown has purchased prop- him In his misfortune. Song. ,
eity la Starke and we extend a cor- Lesson read by all. i Starke Florida '

cUM welcome to these new membersof You get aJ the important national, Season of prayer. ; I I4 .
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A BIG BUSINESS MAN (Continued From Page 1.) Good The Year Round };

WITH HIS oak bridge he has a nice store in whichhe
of Apparently Unimportant carries a full line of groceries. Ready-to-take J}

I Conditions Wrecks Many a Healthy Mr. Wainright has a nice bunch of ;..

Growing Business".w 45 hogs which were crossed up with

11.I Action Said to be Due to Fact That I Berkshire, Guinea and Poland China

'f Congress is Not Expected Pass NEBRASKA LAND DRAWING He also has a band of 75 cattle. In PBRNATWENTY ;

j ANNOUNCEDGovernment chickens he prefers the Brown Leg- ,.
4\ Continental Army Plan. horn and the Black Minorcas. Mrs, FOil SALB A T ALIJ RUG STOReS

Wainright also had some Indian run-
Will Offer 14,000 1
RESIGNATION WAS HANDEDTO ner ducks. These were the only specimens zI -:..
For Entry of these fowl encountered in

THURSDAY the whole of Bradford county, and TOWNS I CAR SHORrf\GE TIES UP GRAIN

PRESIDENT Washington, D. C. -Secretary strange to say, they wee not reportedto I IN DIDDLE WEST

the Interior, Lane, announces that be giving entire satisfaction. Sixteen Dead and Thousands t _

.Major-General Scott, Chief of Staff, proximately 14,000 additional To return to the pecan propositionjust Homeless Farmers HaW: Large Crops, But Are
I the North Platte irrigation project for a moment, the generous sup-
: Automatically Becomes Secretary ready for entry and that ply given by Mrs. Wainright the next liable To Ship

I, of War Ad Interim-Resignation may make application at the morning on leaving not only decoratedthe Little Rock, Ark.-The i

I Came As a Complete Surprise to Neb., land office, where a drawing ah acrd Christmas occasion at home, but widening lake in southeastern Topeka, Kti"i.-It has never happened -

; Washington Officials.WASHINGTON be held. are still the daily solace and comfortof ansas, formed by the flood in any previous year that Middle r

I The farms contain from forty a sick wife. the Arkansas River pouring West !farmer had stuff to sell and

: II I eighty acres each, are fairly On the Road Once More breaks in the levees, has couldn't sell it and pay their debts,
Feb. for and are W So ELKIN. JR. took further chances with the left several there been when
10-Secretary easily prepared crops We no twenty towns, but hale years they
I of war Garrison resigned this after- the midst of an agricultural prominent druggist of Atlanta, Ga., fords of they Wateroak branch, but persons homeless, taking a toll didn't have '"t thing to sell E

i noon and President Wilson accepted ity already developed and authority for the above positive state crossed on a fine long bridge a couple' sixteen lives and done damage The presei>} condition is hitting the

i! his resignation, which was said to be Entries will be received March In explaining this statement he of miles above the ford. There one great that it cannot be estimated State hard. }Ht is all on account of the I

r I chiefly because it has become apparent .. and the drawing will be held later. two questions and offered one comes to the Heilbronn school and the the waters recede. car shortage? and the war munition

: that congress would not accept the In making the announcement the store of Mr. Wainright. Turning west Still greater damage is feared tf f business, which has caused a blockadei

I continental army plan and President 'partment of the Interior says. If a growing healthy business turns one soon comes to the famous Heil- Mississippi continues to rise as in i i of seaport terminals, because of which

Wilson would not "irrevocably" sup- "Homesteaders will find here begins to run down hill, what is bronn spring, now the property of W. past several days. Predicted i the Westrnj roads cannot get their

port the continental army scheme. 60,000 acres in tillage, with condition of the owner's health? Ellery Davis. Nature has done all Arkansas City would endanger l jars( back to.haul: away the grain Kansas -

Secretary Garrison was also opposed of comfortable farm buildings. always, unusually bad. that is possible for the spot in the way levees there, and a break in the 1 raised Iwt year.

to the program of setting a defi- and towns are flourishing;: What? was the first.cause of his poor of beauty and picturesqueness, but ;sissippi leveeswould precipitate ,j It is estin! ted by railroad men that

; nite time for the independence of the have been established and Constipation.This man has neglected it most fearfully.In calamity which inhtbitants of the I I not less then' 20,000,000 bushels of
could have been
; Philippines. President Wilson has not transportation facilities are constipation by taking Rexall Orderlies oc spite of this however, it is right on ley do not even chose to speak of in .I(corn is pile'on the ground at railroad

settled on a successor, and probably "The annual harvests now total the job seven days in a week sending attempt to approximate the awiting shipments. Thous-
They are pleasant candy
.. ,' will asume personal charge of the lions of dollars and the laxative which a can be used by forth an ample volume of healthgiving that might be wrought.The I, ands of farmers have corn and wheat

administration's defense plans in con- stage of development has long women or children with the best water. The spring has been cemented six or seven hundred men :' piled on the ground at their homes, as

I gress. : passed. Taken in connection up for several feet above the remain in Arkansas City are they know !here is no chance to get

Assistant Secretary Breckenridgealso fertile soil, low cost of preparation ground. It was well that this is so, night and day in an effort to !I
have the exclusive
resigned for the same reason and land good markets and a healthful selling rights; else the Traveler would never have the fast :I cars.As
great laxative. Trial size, 10 cents. en the levees against a result: of this inability to ship
Major-General Scott, chief of staff, automatically mate, these farms should prove MITCHELL'S DRUG STORETHE seen the spring for that pesky Water- waters, and are hopeful that the \ i their grain; there are thousands of
becomes Secretary of War attractive to oak branch sent its flood waters far saved. I
ceptionally REXALL STORELEGAL will hold and the town be [ farmers unable to pay their debts or
ad interim.It from the Mississippi Valley out beyond the site of the spring.In The narrow strip of levee is the i i even their t*les. Farmers! have written -

is said that the chief reason for Under the terms of the + + + + 4r + + + + + + + + + + that vicinity N. C. Moitt has a land in sight there. On one side is I I many t otters to county officials

Garrison's conviction that only a Fed- entrymen are allowed twenty NOTICES farm of 70 acres, half of which is in great river, swollen until its I I' asking for i .lief. Officials have asked

eral continental army, instead of a to pay for water rights. The cultivation. He has four acres of ber- is fiften feet above the level of the State Tax Commission to allow a
could be fall due for + + + + + + + + + tF + + + + + farming. I I
.I reorganized National guard, payment does not ries and does general :own. On tae other side of the i I plain vioUtwn: of the law, relating to

made the United States' military dependence years after the date of entry. OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR Back again on the main road to Rai- is the great flood lake, nearly :: the collection: of taxes, to protect the
was his belief that the ice is hereby given that the undersigned ford one comes to the fine farm prop- miles long and thirty miles farmers. j
the United States may be called upon DRAINAGE CONGRESS. apply to the Honorable Park Trammrll. erty of L. L. Connor. He has 65 acres it the stories of
From only upper Under the law all personal property
to defend the Monroe Doctrine and the of the State of Florida on the lith and has 35 in cultivation, all of whichis I I
of March A. D. 1916. for letters patent. Buildings in Arkansas City taxes are dare Nov. 1 and may be paid
National Guard was not available out. Arrangements are rapidly TilE YOUNG TRADING COM: stumped. He has two acres.,of ber- At the levee three steamboats until Dec. 2*. On Feb. 1 of each year
the United States before dec- under the following proposed char- ries. Last he had a good
Bide of a Annual \ season crop
for the Third tin fighters
: completed in the to plucky tri treasurer issues
the original of which is now on file ready carry following } county
laration of war. I. ing of the Florida ,Drainage of the Secretary of State of FloridaW. -. of corn and sweet potatoes. He had safety should they lose their delinquent warrants) for all unpaid
The correspondence between Secretary tion which is to be held at B. YOUNG.A. 500 bushels of the latter off of four flood. They living in I
A. CULBERT.L. with the are taxes and tic sheriff collects.
Garrison and President Wilsonwas Florida the 28th and 29th of E. JORDAN. acres. He has a nice bunch of 25 hogs houses.
of the
\ second stories I I It is assel;d by tax officials of the
made tonight by the White M. I. YOUNG. and full hundred Brown Leghorn
public month. a extends from
lake ti
The Great State that has been even
Chanel of THE YOUNG TRADING f're never ,
[(J9(?, Bad it"4't7 r ?b l )die 5DzAPTsetTeta' ; The Ft7 c7..i" Dth'a e SSi'j >>" : 4 "'t5. bens were making the bright sunshiny tckact&as hirer southward, with in the wpryt'of the hard-times ,
.:y was mmlaed absolutely ta, was ovRan&cf let BarloW' on I ))", nnbers)RntD btttDy iasxa p..6eoweC.c., day: masteaC wrist dreir: .r-qi'i17d/m' '(>SS)ss s3c ( ... Ctcees ss {<< '. L {' taPcr as years/df.rJ'E'r.
'\'' \\)1''I\ Durpaae of 1't\\\\\\Vo.: s <:orpoe-: so matey 1Ecc:
the Federal reserve plan and was unwitting )9)4. >Jr. CPD. "W. Oliver, oi I SDY g3, These n .a pecan Rees on X44
| under and \)Jtue ot \be8.1' of Flor allK.U Gaines Sanding,
to countenance any other pan"having was elected! president! of the new : wM VW IcMotdus vw&oawi 1. chatterAruds : the pfoce. : we wv Ifa levee without shettfr. t(. Jfost of ije,rt heaters gave catte)
the National Guard it its basis. There funeral in I
was a progress
ganization. Prominent state and I The of llu corporation shall(( be THE residents of Lake Village voyaged their to raise
mortgages The President replied that while he the neighborhood just at this time and I
ernment engineers, and leading TRADING COMPANY and its busi- house where
boats to the court
believed the reserve should be under from all of the state : .* shall be transacted and conducted in the there was no one home at any of the funds to pay the hired men for huskingcorn
zens parts of Florida. and other states of the (;nit- planned to send a rescue fleet of and to for the thrashing
Federal control, he was not "irrevo- tended that meeting. States of America wherever profitable, nee- houses. It seems to be a thrifty neigh- boats to Gaines Landing. !i The banks pay loaded down
committed to or convenient the principal place of borhood but data obtainable.A crews. are
tably or dogmatically Last the meeting held no were
year was shall be in the city of Starke Brad- In Clarendon, on the White with short-tia-.e loans and cannot make
of miles! south of Raiford
anyone plan"In Jacksonville. Owing to a conflict County couple where the levee broke, water is six :
resigning Garrison said it was the date with the State Good Florida.Article! 2. there is a turpentine plant which is many more.
The general nature of the business or buai- deep in the highest portions In some Ql the counties the taxing
evident that disagreed what"I the of W. M. Whitten. Theyare
they upon property
Association many interested to be transacted or conducted ky aid town. I
conceive to be the fundamental were prevented from attending. shall be: running five crops and matters I i officials e-arbitraily granted a stay
To in a wholesale and retail mercan The present flood has been the I I and will hold the delinquent war
The bill he engage has up
principles. Philippine It
were specially quiet. evidentlybeen
arranging the meeting this year, busmen, to manufacture rosin spirits of disastrous in the last forty years
styled as a "breach of national trust"The was exercised to prevent a and all other kinds of naval stores a big enterprise for it assumes rants a mOln i. The farmers are willing -
resignations were a complete of last year's difficulty. (2)A its by-products and to carry en any trade the proportions of quite a nice little Arkansas history, so far as loss of I I to pay* and have offered to give
business incidental thereto or connected announced.
suffering are
their But the
the counties notes. coun-
surprise to official Washington. The Every effort is being made to to buy. sell, mortgage exchange village. has not been
former secretary left tonight for New tract the general public. The value itself or as agenta for others all kinds of Mrs. W. R. Conner has a farm of property loss so ties cannot accept paper.
or personal property. to borrow money because there are now no to
crops railroads
The assert that they have
York and declined to make any com- land reclamation is just becoming the use of the company and to issue notes 120 acres a short distance south of
ment on his action.FLORIDA'S parent and all portions of the other security therefor and to deal in mort. Raiford, 65 of which is in cultivationand destroyed. orders for 10.000 more cars than they
notes, stocks bonds or other negotia Twenty-six persons were fill.
show marked activity in paper in connection with the business of 40 stumped. Last season she had can
CATTLE INDUSTRY from trees near McGehee, west of 'I In the meantime the for
prices corn
matters. The 1913 drainage law corporation in 30 acres of corn which yielded 15
I Article 3. ansas City, by motor boats sent and wheat and the
bushels to the without ate going upward
fertilizer.She .
overcome a great many of the The capital stock of this corporation shall be acre train.
Every indication: points to the awak- ties encountered in the old county Thousand 10.000.00)) Dollars to be die has three-fourths of an acre of Monroe, La., on a special (2)I shortage of'Cars mean extra dollars to J
the into one hundred snares of the par val- berries and bunch of 25 head of cat- town of McGehee, where water the farmers !when they do sell.
ening of farmers of Florida to missioners, and Florida is just of One Hundred Dollars each,, payment for a was known to have entered before ,
the importance of cattle raising as a ginning to realize that in the capital stock may be received in cash or tle. POISON CONSPIRACY GROWS
property. real or personal at a fair and
I reliable source of profit, individually lands of the state nay be found valuation therefor to be fixed by the Raiford I :

aid to the state. Me shall be much of its greatest assets. of Directors of this corporation. Raiford is a bright looking, pretty THE YOUNG TRADING CO.Mr. I -

: mistaken if the late conference of term for which Article said.. corporation shall little town on the A. C. L. railroad, Rome Said to be Headquarters of a

cattle men at Tampa is not long remembered NOTE FROM MR. MOORE.To shall be Ninety-Nine Years. and is the center of a very rich farm- Plot International. in Scope.

.1 as an event to date back in Artlclt *. ing community, hence is a good busi- W. B. Young, wife and .

the history of Florida as a cattle state. to voters of Raiford and The .business by the of following this corporation officers: shall A Pres-be ness point. It has one bank, a numberof children, of Valdosta, Ga., are
It seems almost incredible that an nt. Vice President Secretanfand Treas good big stores and quite a number comfortably ensconced in the U. I CHICAGO; Feb. IS.-Search for the
I American state whose history runs District:- and a Board of three Directors the office of smaller business enterprises. Turner residence, corner Cherry principals ir what the police believeto
After having been encouraged Secretary and Treasurer may be held by one
back more than four hundred yean, much the same person, said board of directors There are ample church and school fa Ninth streets. Mr. Young is busy have beoii: a plot to destroy build-
with a god soil and climate beyond by my friends of Lawtey I be changed from time to time by amend- cilities. The school house is certainly ceiving and arranging goods for ings and kill members of the clergy,
decided to make the race for of the by-laws, but shall at no time be
compare, where farming may be practiced Commissioner than Three nor more than Seven. The an ornament to the place. The local new wholesale store on Ninth bankers aiuV; others in a dozen cities
all the year round, with an area and knowing as I shall be elected by the stock holders I newspaper! field is well covered by near the depot. The name of the was begun today and extended as far
that the east end of this each anneal meeting and an other officers! I
I of 35,111,040 acres, mostly arable; ers District hasn't had the this corporation shall be elected annually the Tribune. concern is "The Young Trading as Nashville where the authorities
should today have less than a million the board of directors as soon a* may be I The father of the town is that stur- pany." hoped to fijid some trace of Jean
of filling this office for the
good the
annual *
meeting of the stockholders.
inhabitants. We doubt whether anything ten and has not the annual meeting of the stockholders shall dy old pioneer settler H. W. Raiford, Associated with Mr. Young are Crones.
I I else will serve to advertise commissioner years held on the first Monday of July of each who has resided in the place for the L. E. Jordan and Mr. A. A. Discovery of the alleged plot, according -

I : Florida as a land of, not only sunshine ty that I am justifiable but few in times asking, I or the at officers a time elected to be fixed at the by the first by-laws.annual past,20 years. He is extensively engaged They are courteous gentlem and to the police, resulted from

I and almost perpetual summer, but also of the shall be elected and qualified the busi at the present time in real estate give customers a square deal. An examinatioij of personal effects of
of the discussions at good people of this corporation shall be conducted. by matters the : John confidant of Crones
i opportunity as whole district.I following officers: as manager of the vertisement of the new firm will AlleKrjni, ,

f Tampa last Monday and Tuesday. I II must admit that I not B. Young President. Raiford Real Estate and Insurance pear in our next. i who was charged with putting poisonin
I One speaker described Florida as a'' am V \. Culbert. Vice President. company. He has nice little farm Mr. at given Arch
quainted in the west end of the 1.. E. Jordan Secretary and Treasurer. a Culbreth has a family of soup :the banquet
state possessing thirty millions of trict and will be busy for the said W. B. Young, A. A. Culbert and of 18 acres on the edge of town and and seven children. They have bishop Mufidelein at the UniversityClub
I acres suitable for grazing, yet having very E. Jordan Directors. has a nice home in which to spend the into the Boree cottage on Thursday! night and causing the
next sixty days, but hope to see }- highest amount of indebtedness lia
I only a million head of cattle. Yet, as of you soon and all of you before to which thin corporation can at or any declining years of his life in com- street. Our citizens welcome the illness of 100 guests.
another speaker claimed, two sters to subject itself shall be the of Police of
primary. 1 give all the people $30,00e.00 sum Thirty fort.The arrivals and wish them success. Chief of Healy and Chief
you Dollars. I
the acre can be grazed in this state Lawtey for reference as to who I Thp names and residence of the subscribing D. C. Kin'aw & Co. turpentine Detectives Nicholas Hunt announced

whereas, as was mentioned by way of Heaven's eternal wisdom has together with the amount sub plant is situated just west of the town "LITTLE MUSICIANS." today, after: studying translations of

'1 contrast, in Kentucky two acres are that man should ever stand in B.for Young are as Starke.followsw. Florida.: Five sha-s. and T. B. Handley is the local mana- letters writlen in Italian found in A1-
alloted to the steer, according to his \. .\, This is
Culbert. Starke. extensive
of man I stand in need of man's Florida. Five share a very outfit, legrini roots, that they regarded asestablishett.
; U E. The "Little
I information. Another said this should Starke. Florida. Five ehand. as they are working no less than 16 Musicians" met in .the existence of anti-
To the ladies I will as 1. Young Starke. Florida. Sixty shares. an
say you club rooms last
be the greatest cattle state in the and their Thursday and
I not suffragists, word of W. B. YOUNG. crops comprise 14- clerical organization, headed by a committee
I Union-and he vice president of the A. A. CULBERT.L. 000 acres of timber. When the panic ed a delightful musical program of fifteen of which Crones and
ment to and for to
I me me .
your E. JORDAN.M. dered by
members of the
St. Louis National Stock Yards. In bands will help. struck the country at the opening of club. Allegrini jye believed to have been
fact, the keynote of each address by I. YOUNG. the great European war this ces Colley, Cleo Mitchell, members. :
My platform is equal rights to of Florida
from other states that Floyd and Maud Williams
the experts was decided to played
of Bradford pay no to exter-
the district and special privileges as- Allegrir 5is in jail charged with con-
Florida is not yet aroused to the great Before me, a notary in and for said County nal matters and so did not cut down ano solos and Ruth Poppell
That spiracy ::ommit murder.
none. is to I will be State
before her. say personally appeared W. B. Young. sketch of the life of "Schumann "
opportunities the force of
as kind to the bad bridges and A. Culbert. L. E. Jordan and M. I. Younit men employed nor shor- he The police were guarded in making
That was an illumining paper on me well known to be the Persons described ten the output of the plant. Last was the musician to study for
i holes in the west end of the and who subscribed their year last public the f ontents of Allegrini's correspondence -
i pasturage in this state-its possibili- names to the they made 600 barrels of meeting.
as I will be around Lawtey, so far !!: proposed Charter and they severally spirits and but it wa, stated that
ties-that we published in Tuesday'sissue. the will that is allowed before me that they executed the 750 barrels of rosin. The present pri- After the program a short plans and specifications were found of
money go for
: The soil and climate of Flor- ; the purposes therein expressed of both meeting was held and
\ ces products serves to show a program
this commissioner's district. IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto several la ?e downtown buildings in
ida is so hospitable to foreign grasses mv hand and the wisdom of their planned for a public recital to be
affixed my seal this the 16th course, and theyare
Your vote will be appreciated.I ,. of Chicago, "> flich. it is said, had been
i j that they grow here in luxuriance as February A. D. 1916.EVERETT reaping a nice harvest of profit. en next Friday afternoon in the
am to serve M. marked fwf- destruction by the com
yours JOHNS. ..
l : great at least as in their native coun- J. H. MOORE.See Notary Public. Leaving the town of Raiford be- auditorium. mittee. These included' the Union Lea
} tries. Mr. Whitner's address was confined "missIon expires 4th day of AUKust. 1919. hind and taking the road leading east-
I I !) gue Club and the Federal Building.The .
to in this state for 2-1S-CU Shoes at Leviton's.
ward toward the
grasses grown State Farm one
I, I '\ J. W. White & Son for )' soon attfupt to wreck St. Patrick'sRoman
I : pasturage. Equally inspiring words seeds for spring planting. We WHOLESALE comes, at the end of a couple of miles, church in New York,
; might be written concerning the forage to the home of R. A. Reddish. Herea For Rheumatism.As .
also is believed Captain -
Ij a year ago. by F
1 i j I plants of Florida. until the bloodthirsty parasite )I very pleasant night was spent. Mr. soon as an attack of Hunt;! to have been a part of the

'. 'Ij 1 One of the best things about the finally ba only a disagreeable CHICAGO, Feb. 13.-The analysis Reddish has 40 acres, of which 25 are begins apply Sloan's Liniment. alleged pbt. According to the de-

1 proceedings: of tile conference was and Florida will come into her own the poisoned soup which made a in cultivation and 10 are stumped. He waste time and suffer teotives wiio did the translating, cer-

I', the series of resolutions adopted. the greatest cattle raising state or more guests violently' ill does general farming. He las one agony. A few drops of Sloan's tain leaders in a conspiracy which is

They look mainly to the ridding the the Union-Times Union. a banquet given to Archbishop acre of berries. He grew 1acres ment on the affected parts is all said to bt>;international in scope, have

of the paralyzing curse of tick infec- here Thursday night at the of cane last season which he disposedof need. The pain goes at once. headquartfc-s in Rome. He added that

tion. On that subject they spoke How to Cure Colds. Club, was completed today to the state farm for $100. He A grateful sufferer writes: "I some of the letters contained detailed

with no uncertain voice. Yet a few Avoid exposure and drafts. Dr. Frederick A. Tenney. who said made a good crop of corn and cotton suffering for three weeks with description of bombs used by the con- ,

f years ago the great majority of our right. Take Dr. King's New the guests escaped death by very last year. i rheumatism and stiff neck, spirators. J": Some of these were designed -

farmers had no patience with the agitation ery. It is prepared from pine marginDr. To Drive Out I tried many medicines, they failed, Iwreck buildings, others to

of the subject. They had grown healing balsams and mild Tonney said that the entire ket- And Malaria Build Up The I was under the care of a doctor. kill po1icen and still others to
; up with the ticks, with ticky cattle- Dr. King's New Discovery kills of soup contained one ounce of Take the Old Standard GROVE'S tunately I heard of Sloan's spread deith among the church-goers,
regarded ticks almost as pets some expels the cold soothes the and after using it three four
germs, oxide of arsenic, each guest get- TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know or "when th y were walking away from
. thing distinctly Southern to be cherished ritated throat and allays one and one-half grains of the what yom are taking, as tho formal is am up and well. I am employed church dlfcussing; the sermon."

rather than exterminated. Now tion. It heals the mucous In the laboratory of Jean printed on every label, showing it fa the biggest department store in S. Names *,f the "committee of 15" are .
under the of the live stock Search will Quinine and Iron in where they from six to >
pressure as you you cannot the missing assistant chef at a tasteless form. employ said to bee in the hands of the police.
association born at that conference better cough and cold remedy. club, the detectvies declare they The Quinine drives out malaria, the hundred hands, and they surely --I

I the cattle raiser will regard it as a.. use over 45 years is a guarantee an empty ounce bottle which i Iron builds up the system. 50 cent hear about Sloan's Liniment.-H. good variety new and true to name. 2t.

matter of eourio to dip for the tick I satisfaction _, ( contained arsenic. : Read the Telegrap>-1.50 Smith, San Francisco, Cal., Jan. Bargaij in furniture at the Variety
.... year At all
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION Pauper Allowance Life Is Painful. i t '.1

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Mary Ward ____________________ 4.00 t I
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- Martha Gatlin __________________ 3.00 '
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND Nancy Conner ___?..__-________Un 4.00 Cleveland 0.-When you die everything e; ..
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY Mary Brooks _______.________________ 2.00 ,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. Viney Dyess _____._______.._______ C.09 is just a blank says Harry Tons, \ .
Comer L. Peek and Cbaa A Ervin Higginbotham ________________ S.OO who was shocked with electricity so II
Smith Complainants, John McLennon __.__..........______ 6.00 "
\ersua Mrs. Breeze _-_______________________ 7.00 badly that he was "dead" for an hour E ALBF1 Wfty ;
Bradford County Development Amanda Thomas _._..........____n_ 3.00 before> he was revived by the use of a
Company, a Corporation, Lee Crosby ___________________-___ 10.M pulmotor.
-Order of Publication.This Emeline Griffis ______.__________.___ 3.00
cause coming on to be beard upon motion Caroline Griffis ____________________._ 3.00 Tonis stepped on a live wire on an i
of complainant for an order of publica- Mrs. D. M. McKnight -____________ 3.'0 elevator at the National Screw and TOBACCO IS rtPAREEPROCE5rai5COVER Prince Albert
tion against the above named defendant and 0. J. Campbell _____________________ 3.00
it appearing unto the court that laid defendantis Banner Dyal __.._____._____..__-__ 5.00 Tack Company's plant, and ordinary s .;
a domestic corporation of the State of Flor- Starling Sisters ______________________ 6.00 efforts to revive him failed. His heart I I
ida : that there is no person within the Stateof Wade McKnight _________________ 3.00 had < men's
stopped beating and
Florida the service of a subpoena upon Lizzie Willis ______________________ 2.00 respiration DlrtMAKINj meets tastes 1 'I
whom would bind said defendant : that the of Rufus Jackson _______.____.......____ 3.00 had ceased for an hour before a pul-
ficers of said corporation are absent from the Mrs. N. D. Newman _______________ 5.00 motor was applied. Here's what he EXPERIMENTS TO? : I II
State of Florida and have been for a periodof Martha Riggs _____________________ 2.50 I
six months prior to the filing of the above Susan Kelley ___.____________________ 10.00 said about dying when he recovered all over the world :
suit: Wm. Lang _____.________________ 3.00L. consciousness at St. Alexis Hospital.: MC UCE THE MOST DEftVffKV
It is therefore ordered considered adjudged L. Hagan ________________________ 2.50 without i ; _ I v >_ -I-; s .
and decreed that said Bradford County Rachel Stokes _____________________ 2.00 "Dying was quick and pain. '. M e 1 / "'
Development Company appear and defend the A. J. Braiden ._____________________. 2.00 Coming back to life was slow and pain- I e
action brought! against it for the foreelousreof Joseph Bryant ____________________ 200 ful. When I stepped on the wire it The patented makes
two certain mortgagee upon land situate in Nancy Varnes _______________________ 4.00 tl TOBACCO FORCI6- process ;
Bradford County. Florida by Comer L. Peek t.izzie: Hunter _______._____________ 3.00 was like a jolt in the back of my head.It :
and Chas. A.' Smith, in the Circuit Court of W. J. Gibson ____.__________________ 3.00 seemed as if millions of needles and Prince Albert so good in a pipe ,
the Eighth Judicial Circuit of the State of em Smith __________________.__ 3.00 I
Florida in and for Bradford County, Florida, Rachel Taylor _______________________ 2.00 pins were shot through me. Then or rolled into a cigarette that
in Chasteiy. :lizabeth Hunter __________________ 2.00 suddenly everything was a blank. PROCESS
It is further ordered that this order be published Florence Holton ______________________ 3.00 "When I back to life I PAFENTED
once a week for the space of two monthsin T. C. Rox __________ __________ 3.00 was its popularity is rzofp un/-
the Bradford County Telegraph, a news John Wright _________.___________ !.OO could hear before I could see. There JULY 30 190 7.
paper Bradford of general County,circulation Florida. published in Starke Warren Hersey __________________-_ 3.00 was a sound like rushing water and a versa!/ It satisfies all smoke .
"rs. E. C. Crews and daughter ______ 5.00
Gainesville.DONG Florida this 23rd at day Chambers of Decem in SArah Wasden _____________________ 2.00 heavy wind. desires This patented process
ber. A. D. 1915. J. T. WILLS. A. J. Braiden raise in pauper allowance 2.00Will "The sounds swished back and forth i i
12312mths. McRae taking care of A. J. Brai- for what seemed and I couldn't WINSTOK I
Judge. den pauper _______________________ 6.00 ages, which also removes tsite and
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Dock Wood _________________________ 2.00 drive them away. Then came the realization ;
UNDER SECTION 8, OF CHAPTER of pain. Again that prickingas TONGul is controlled No
4888 LAWS OF FLORIDA Total ________h____________________ 147.00 NOT BITE THE parch, by ts.
in I
General Fond of millions of needles my flesh.
Hereby notice is given that Mary O. Wain- other tobacco be l
knew nothing but and then grad- can lid
wright purchaser of tax certificates numbered Dr. J. E. Maines M. D. inquest Walter pain, ,
respectively 117 and 1T6. issued by the Tax Horn ________-_____________________ 5.00 ually, I could see."
Collector .f Bradford County Florida. Each a. L. Williams janitor ______________. 15.00 !
of said certificates being dated the 4th day n>. E. Knight county atty _____________ 4.17 Doctors regard the case as unusual. ;
of August A. D. 1913 has filed said certifi- J. P. Tomlinson eornty physician u__ 4.17 '
cates in my office, and has made application ieo. A. Gardiner insanity Ed Willis._ 2.00
for tax deed to issue in accordance with law. -:. T. Campbell do ___________________ 2.00 SAYS TilE SPOKESMAN. PRINEE ALBERT
The said certificates respectively embraces the J. P. Tomlinson do _________________ 2.01: ,
following lands in Bradford County, Florida. \1. Cameron do __h.n__________ 1.00 [
Assessed at the date of the issuance of such S. B. Denmark do ___________________ 11.20 The Spokesman the organ of the 1
Quigley Lumber Co. lumber scaffold ___ 6.34:
in the
certificates names respectively, hereinafter -
,, particularly pet forth, to-wit: S. T. Don'ling 1 day com and mileage 6.20 Plant City High School gives a "m<'n- the national joy smoke
Certificate No. 117 embraces Sty of Lot 3. V. T. Weeks 1 mo clerk, etc ._______n 68.00 tion" of teachers in rhyme (or near i I
and all lot 4. Sec. 7, Tp 6. S. R. 20-120 acres. C. A. Knight super rep ___________h_ 10.40 rhyme). 0 fMr. Freeman formerly of
Assessed Unknowm. R. W. Haislop building gallows ._____ 11.70 Listen : Men who have stowed gentle old ,
Certificate No. lib embraces NEVi of NEt Vm. Mann Co. one-half on stationery_ 10.50M. Starke the following is said: away pipes
Sec. 13. Tp 7. S. R. 2* E-40 acres AssessedL. T. Tillis phone messages (licenses) ..63D. We take pleasure in presenting Mr. II. It'. easy to chance! the shape for years, have brought them back to the./ tune ofPrince
M. Little. i. C. Jones, rope coffin etc., execution andcoorof unsalable brand
Unless said certificates shall be redeemed according Pearl White _______________________ 7.35S. E. Freeman, to imitate the Prince Albert Albert! Get yours out, for your confidence .
to law. tax deed will issue thereon on B. Denmark repairs to county bldits 2.00 Our coach and physics teacher; Gdyredutitinmpoue6fto .
flavor of
the 13th day of March A. D. 1916. tarke Telephone Co. phone court house 2.91 (All the girls he ought to be a Albert: tobacco the The patented Prince never will be abused I We tell you Prince Albert will
Witness my hand and official seal this the City Light Plant lights __________n__ 5.45 that *
protect free the
Sth day of February A. D. 1916. Dr. W. E. Middleton rrofesaional services preacher) process set pipe tenderest tongue I

W. T. WEEKS. .risoner __________...._____........... 3.00 To him is due the credit for our much ..
(Seal) Clerk. W. T. Weeks repairs paid on typewriter 10.50 And smoked in a makin's cigarette, Prince Albert is so .
By R. A. WEEKS. J. R. Davis ft Co. renewal bond Pinhol- beloved Spokesman. PrinepAfiinteetn hai*

r-11-51. Deputy Clerk. ster and Williams ______--_.-______ 10.00 refreshing and delightful that it gives:) you a new idea of !"ryvJII.;.j MT i, NIt-
The Falconer Co. __ III lopPJ! 5el Irh
blanks etc 18.63
NOTICE OF ELECTION.By tarke; Phone Co. phone for jail-- _-_-n--_ 1.00 BILLS PAID BY SCHOOL BOARD. cigarette happiness. Any way you fire-up Prince Albert, it J end and''j&iSrf'S m

Mitchell Drug Co. pencils etc ____ .50
the powers vetted on them by the School I nn will win you qw'ckas a flash-it's so good and I Aaynidon adi. thou elerv :
William Mann Co. hocks etc ___________ ; -..92I so friendly .
of the Board of Public Instruction
Laws Florida poandcry.t91 gfawA..n4danorth
I rimes Publishing Co. reports ________ 3.75 General School Fend
loe held of Bradford on the 30th county day orders of election 1916 at to :: D. W. Pinhokter 1 day com and milege 7.20 Letha Mott Raiford unnnnU__ 40.00 R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. Winston&Iem N. C. lla., S33r fop m
I. C. Manning wood for jail 5.SO __ ,
Zif school house, to vote on the establishmentof Uhn Ins! Crews, do 2 months o.nn 10.00Nannie 'lICit
a Special Tax District to elect three trustees A. H. Williams 1 day com ant mileage 10.20 Andrews do ___ ____hn_______ 80.00 r
R i. M. Howling com a1 tax col ___nn_ 2.09 Marcus Brown and Astts do ____.___ 120.00
and to determine the amount of millageto n 1l
be assessed. The boundaries of said districtto B.: M. Dowling do __________________ 23.16 Wynona Wetherbee do _______________ 89.00 r i. ;:: 1 .r. "f..ri 1. 'i': -
include sections I, 2, 3,10,11,12,13,14,15, 117..v Co. blanks ____________________ 4.69 Cora McKinney do ______________.____ 80.00 = -
22 23, 26, 27.Dlanagers larke Broom Co. 1 dos brooms ___... 4.60 M. L. Neal Starke __________________ 150.00 .. :
of election. J. D. Thomas, A. D. 1. L. Underhill 1 day com and mileage 4.80J. Blanche Patti.hall do _______________ 40.00 --------j:
Hall, J. W. Lewis W. Andrews & Son dirt at courthouse 3.00 Emma Darby do __________________.__ 40.00
F. G. SCHELL. 1. I!. Crews 1 day com and mileage __ 6.40 Olive Ray do _______________________. 50.00
Secretary and Superintendent. May Fripn do _____ ____ 40.on
-- Total __--___--____--______--_______ 379.83 Edwena McBeath do nnnn__nnuu_ 40.00 WE GIVE PROmSflARINGGOlJPONSReduce
NOTICE OF ELECTION.By Road and Bridge Fond Francis Clark do ___________________ 40.00
T. B. Handley hn-ise tent convicts 5.00 _
h Miriam Ross do 50.00
the vested in them by the School .nu.hnU
power W. S. & Lrm Johns repairing bridge Lenin Faulk do _____________._______ 70.00
Laws of Florida the School Board hereby orlers an4 nails ____ _________._.___.______ 6.50 S. S. fowling! An ___ 83.00
an, in election Special to Tax be District held at No.Thomas 26 on schoolhouse the \. G. Newsom do _____________-._____ 2.00 C. E. Crosby Zif n._._hnnu___nnuu_h_ 33.00( the Hi$Cost of LivinbyTradinwith
10th of March. 1916. for the election of three T. M. Maxwell house rent convicts____ 4.fl* \. O. Jenkins! and As.-ts Starke. .-. 55.00
R. J. Andrews material and work nU Jessie Keller do ____ 25.00M.
trustees for the next two years and to determine nnnn.n
1. E. Thomas repairing bridge n_n_ 1.0(1( D. Paul do 30.00
the amount of millage to be assessed E. J. Lewis do --_______--____--__-_-- 8.50 Beatrice Crosby unnh.h Kelley 0.00 .
demons J. D. Pearce, and J. A. Douglas un.huu
m .
rppointed 0. B. Sweat do 00 __ _--.________--_-- 1.75J. A. J. Griffis Boatdrain ____nn______ 45.00
are as managers.F.
G. SCHELL. L. Underhill 1 day road map Un_ 2.00D. ac''y Harris do ___________nhnh 30.01 A 'A
Secretary and Superintendent W. Pinholster 4 days road ins.p and 1.ou"manda Pinholhter New River 40.00S. rIN+ V a + \I e + v + se v \
lumber _. ___ ._n_________________on 8.5'' K. Kelley do _____-_n_.____ ___ 25.00 S s
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED take Butler Hd.v Co. hoeU etc for Eva Williams Ca-on .nhnn_ _uu 20.00
UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER convicts __- ___nnuu _nh_.. 4 JO Olya Ward Bradford _hUhnn 40.00 K K.
A. H. Williams 2 days roa dinsp _on 4.00S. Mollie\ Thomas Swift Creek _____ un 17.50
488S. LAWS OF FLORIDA.. T. Dowling 1 day road in: p -- __0._ 2.00 A. C. Kelley Hopewell _. _ 30.00J. y
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Notice is hereby given that C. F. and J. CHi llivley Lumber Co. lumber and nails -_ 1.1\! I A. Jones Providence __ _.__ __ 30.00 FOR i roR'o
)ver. partners as Hoover Brothers purchasers Weaver Drug Co. medcine for conv __ / .25 : Elizabeth Ogilvie Rai.JoIph __0.h ___ 40.00
of Tai Certificate No. 146, dated the 4th A. D. Andrews :Merc. Co. nails ____n._ 2.10 L. A. Davis Dais _____u__--__ __ 35.00 r
day of August A. D. 1913. has filed said certificate 1. 0. I'hillip1.. D. professional serv Fqh.1Lanier HiifilanJ nnUhhn__ 43.75 e a Js9 s i 0

in my office, and has made applicationfor to convict. ________________________ 2.00 IxKin Thomas Midway __hnu__. 12.50(
tax deed to issue in accordance with law. S. R. Denmrak delivering 10 convicts 40.01 W. Manning r..ontlriclile; ; ______u_ 45.00 U uCATALOG
Said certificate embraces the following described 1 W. Wiilliams lumber ______________ 1.00 Jessie Farnell Bitllinl--------------- 35.00
property situated in Bradford county Bradford County Bank interest on scrip 14.2 Hi-ssie McGruder Providence ._______ 70.0(1( R R
Florida to-wit: J. B. Dowling feeding convicts ______ 161.2 Marie Parker do ____nuo.uuh_ 40.00 .<
Lot 2, Blk 6 io Lincoln City. See. 3:'. Tp. 1. B. Dowling pay captain and guards! 155.00J. Lnnmo Summers do .___n__ _uh__ 18.00
6. S. R. 22 East. The said land being assessedat ; B. Dowling discharging 6 convicts __ 15.00 Sibky Calhoun Miller _____nnhnn 50.00 CATALOG
the date of the issuance of such certifies ; I. B. Dowling saddle and feed for mules 14.00 Delia BiellinR\ do __________________ 15.00 . ,, \ \ ,
in the name of Willie Pernell. Unless said Empire Store supplies for cony ______ 6.5 Edna Enperson Uisnc ___n.-u_______ 70.00
certificate shall be redeemed according to law ; W. E. Middleton M. D. professional serv U H. Futch do __UUo.Unuu 90.00( 4t
tax deed will issue thereon on the 20th day of: for convicts __n ___________nn_- 2.00 E. E. Shell Thunton __ __nnhnh_ 25.00 '
March A. D. 1916. R. D. Rawley work and material for Agnes Wilkinson Futch 35.00H. I Ia
Witness my official signature and seal this convicts stockade ___________________ 11.42 C. Feagle fowling __hnun____Uhu__ 35.00 J. S. BROWN
the 12th day of February, A. D. 1916. 1. B. Crews 3 days road insp _____u 6.00 I IF. R Ponpell Johnstowr u.u________ 40.00iiM. t I
W. T. WEEKS. J. J. Banks lumber ___________n____ 4.90 M. Fryer Laty ____uu___.____ 100.00 I
Stag Clerk Roberts Bn", feed for mules supplies etc W -n 11,\ A. B. Shaw Brooker --___________--_-- 70.00 CALL TODAY AND INVESTIGATE HQW YOU CAN PROCURE BEAUTIFUL At 4D USEFUL: I

By R. A. WEEKS. Johns &: Durden do _______________. 63.93J. I Lillie Crosby do _____________________ 40.00 ARTICLES BY REDEEMING
2-18-St Deputy Ct'rk.ClERK'S H. Wainright lumber ._nn________ 58.43 I Eunice Hazen do .................___. 40.00( OUR COUPONS AND CERTIFICATES ISSUED WITH ;

Leona Cone do ___ _______ ____. :36.00 EVERY CASH '
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REPORT Total __ _________ __._______ 692.10'( !I Lizzie: Marshall and Assts L Butler. 4$... ,, : M I
Starke. Fla.. Feb. 10th. 1J16 Fine and Forfeitore Fund I t tGio. II,. \\ nail Brooks ?--________--____ 35.00 1 1r

Report of the Clerk of the Circuit Courtin A. Gardiner ease Ed Willis ______ 2.04 ''Jesee Dees Roberts __.________________ 35.00 I
an.I for Bradford County rhriili. on account S. B. Denmark do ____________________ 6.35 I D. G. Stanley Rosier _____u___________ 40.00D. I
of Taxes assessed for the year 1915. Geo. A. Gardiner case Jene Davis __ :'.14 W. 'j. Martin Bremen _un___ 35.00 -
B. M. DOWLING. S. B. Denmark do ________________n___ 2.45; J. E. Crews Dobson ____u____________ 35.00 -
Tax Collector. J. B. Sapp wit ______________________ 1.00 i Inez Mi.-key Lake Duller ----______-- 40.00 .
County Proper Geo. A. Gardiner case S. Knight ______ 2.04S. I Clifford Harrell do _. _n.Uhh _. 40.00 !
Jan. 1. to bal due County Proper B. Denmark do 2.45; <*. A. Draper do ___________h___.-._ 140.00 V.
Fund __nh __n. nnnn_ 10.443.19By R. D. Kelley J. P. ease nnnnnn H. L. Harrison 1.98S. j Graeie FORK do ___--______----_--_- 75.00 BIC CUT PRICES et I
amt collided __n.nnn._ IO:..ISFd. B. Denmark. do __________________ 5.45 I Matxl I Bradley do ___________-____n __ 70.00( .
r Annie L. Smith do ____ ._ d
S. I). Drnmark case Bud Stilley ... 3.83:j U.h 60.00 I
.. 1, to sal due n____._._______ 10,336.0 Geo. A. Gardiner do _un.n____ __ 3.12 Mary Lowe do -_____--___-- __- -- 4000 is
DrainageJan. 0. B. Sweat wit _.__nn.n___ 1.40 j Bertha Saunders do _un_____ h 40.00(
1. to hal due County Drainage SilM Kite do ____ 1.00( Ruth Page uo h ______ 40.00 111
Fund __hnn.nnnn 4.0i5; .1. L. Wynn juror nuuu____--_--_--____--___-- l.0! Ruth Patterson da_ .. _____n. h. 60.00; ,
By amt collated! _______o.nnn 70.0(1 M. H. Carter do 1.00 Ethan Allen Liberty __. _ 35.00 I' I
'lalt"n Carter do nunnn.__n_:_____________. 1.01 I G D. Pinholxter Guilford -_____ 70.00 4 a l ll l" IIIIj .. ,
Feb. 1. to sal due _____._____.____ 3.' 5.55 J. F. Hall do __ --.--_--____________-- 1.00 I Lewis Pivlor Biellin n h_ 40.drt
County Road and Bridge t:. Crews lo .. -..- ____-_______--_ Lilli F. W. Wilkinson Enterprise i mo 1I1I.0nI.c..y : li lI
Jan. 1. to bal due County Road and 1. S. Jackson do .-__-_ __nhu 1.00 MI..sod Elarltv .. 33.00
HrMce Fund nnhnn___ _-' 11.W.4 (leo A. Gardiner case Ed Green ______ ''..04c. I Fvelln :Miiiitlitnii Brooklyn ._ 33.00 ,
By amt eolltcU-d __ __h __ u u u 114.34 B. Denmark do ___________________ :2.43; 'c A. Knight Clerical work Cri.ftO "ROSE SELLS IT FOR LESS"Murray } ; li't'r f"
Gro. .\. Ganliner; ca--e Arthur Monlgom-: IF.I (. Schell phone, stamps etc fi.13 1 ; ,
Feb. 1. to hal due __-' __nn______ ll.OJ5.fl ery ___ hhn.nnu______ 2.32 } G. Schell salary supt n___ 100.00 i I ; i
Outntandinr IndrbtrdneM I!. Denmark do __________________ 990 'Pradfonl County Bank interest 150.88 1701 Fun 4101 8 Full. 12 Fun I
Jan. 1. to bal due Outstanding Indebtedness M. Cameron wit _--_____________ __ 1.00 Bradford Co. Telegraph puhlikhini fi- I 12 Q'J. ats I II'' '
__--____----_--_--__--_ 9,0.-.fl. !. I!. Saw do ______________________ 1.00 nanriil statement and trea renort 41.00 Hill Club SI.OOSI.95 $3.65 $7.15 $10.70 i fir.': I I I'i
By amt collected __nn.nn.nn 92..!9 "Mlas Kite do __ ._unu________. 1.00 I Ponila! Furniture Co. desks for Lake Xhat good vhuaey I 'I IeoIL4.'r' I'I iM I ,,I l i
.Iim Connell do ___--_--________--__ 1.00 I Butler] -__.. __hnh.n__ 4flfl -' $1.50$2.95 $5.50 $10.50315.00 i'i'IkI' IkI I 71'I'
F.b. 1. to bal due _______nnnn 8937.S8County (:co. A. Gardiner ca.p I'aul Sheffield __ 2.23 Florida Furniture Co. do Lawtey 71.23 Four Roses '' : i ICI
School I. W. Hamilton cons-t do ___________ 9.75 Lake Butler Hd* Co. supplies L Butler !i.IS Banner Rye $1.95 $3.65 $7.15 $10.70 ''I' h r i
Jan. 1. to bal due'County School Jim Gant .wit __ ___________nUn_ 6.00; .1. R. Davis &: Co. bond I.. W. Kickliter 10.00 $1.00 ; I III I I'I''r I
Fund __nn_ .n.nnun 19.49.t9 (;<'0. A. Gardiner care C. Hemingway! 3.75S. J. R Davis & Co. Insurance __ n_ 91.79 Hale in old Kentucky whukty., I dl" : I I I '
By amt collected ____nUun_ 200.1 I!. Denmark do _u_______________ 6.05 Jean Ttavue Starke _______ ___ __ 40.00 soy a wary choice I I I t'I I I !
-- \darn Goodwine wit n.___________. 1 >"I1 I Chesley Foue. day bd service mileage 6.00 Goo Lewis "66" $1.00 SI.95 $3.65 $7.15 $10.70 IIIIII ; I

Feb. 1. to bal due ________________ 19,293.h0County Dock Woods do ____________-__h_____ 1.20 ', L. W. Kickliter do __hn_ ___ -__ __ 4.00 WNncnr THINK or II Ihi I
Polls S'las Kite do __________n_______.__. I.nn ij.I.| E. D.,jtclat Jan. 1. to bal due County Poll nOon 1.222.01 M. Cameron do __n_________________ 1.00 Bradford Countv Bank borrowed money_4000.00 All the above priers eiprn wllett ii ik.l z. nlel, I Ilhlllli i I
By amt collected ___.nnn_______- 17.00 W. G. Brooks do ____________________ 2.00 C. E. Kelley Wateroak __--____ --- -__ 25.00 !
-- .1. F. Canova juror ._____.________._ 1.00, Carl Scaff' Sampson City ___ ___ _____ 35.00 Standard Bottled in Bond 1
Feb. 1. ;o bal due _______n_______ 1205.00 \. G. Green do _nn_-______________ 1.00F. Mrs. T. E. Waldrup canning club work 100.00 Mathewson ,
Total School E. Hall do _____n_-_______________ 1.00 Weaver Drug Co. incidentals UUh__ 645; .. full t2.65J a full i
Jan. 1. to bal due Total Subschool7.219.7i \. E. Wall do ______________________ 1.09 Ixvna Wjnn Nebo ___...____uu__ 35.00 I full quart TSoj S full quarts '1.40; ,. Quarts
By amt collected ___.________nn 78.8! J. .'. Kickliter do ----_______________ 1.00 quarts $3.101f full quarts *7.SO. 0
--- J. W. Edwards do __________________ 1.00 Total ---- ---------------- ------.--S679.01 Put In fleet Borne 2 lome, 4BotflH 8 BoMtet 12 Bottle.
Feb 1. to bal due ____n_________ 7.140.8 Geo. A. Gardiner ease Johnnie Williams 2.25S. I Special Tax Sclicol District Fund up $1,75 $3.40 $ 6.65 $ 9.95 '4
Fine and Forfeiture Fond B. Denmark do __________________ 2.45M. \. J. Griffis Boatdrain ______ __ 5.00 DUFFY'S MALT .90
Jan 1. to bal due __nn__________ 4,177.2!8 Cameron wit _________ ______ 1.00B. I A-aery Harris Jo .___. ___--- _. ___n 5.00 Black Ubil) . $1.25 $2.40 $4.65 $ 9.15 $13.70 ;;
By amt collected ________nnn 42.8 D. Kelley J P case S. Evans __no "S3 I u\manda Pin holster New River 15.00 $3.20 $5.75 SI1.35 $17,00
I i, S. B. Denmark do ________________ 6.15 Leon Thomas Midway __-__n. -. 37.50 Three Feather . $1.65
Feb. I, to bal due _____.______n__ 4134.40 Lewis Reynolds wit _______________ 1.00 W. L. Manning Long Bridge Un.h nnn____ 1250 HAlO & HAlO Thru Star $1.50 $2.85 $5.50 10.50 $15.03 :,
Total Sob School Bonds S. B. Denmark feeding prisoners ______ Amanda Wainriuht I. wtey __ ______ 50.00 $
Jan. 1, to bal due __.__uuu_ 4635.81 S. R. Denmark guard at jail .--n ; i I| Mattie Stalsby do ____________h_______ 40.00 HAIQ a HAIQ fly Star $1.90 $3.60 J n j
By amt collected ____u___________ 41.82; ". B. Denmark washing blankets ______ 1.60 Louie Belle Brow.i do nhUhh_ 40.00 ROYEslRos ; i l
-- Mitchell Drug Store medicine at jail __ .90 'Rose Hull do _.__________.____________ 40.00 ( ) DJiJ\ImI{
Feb. 1. to bal due ____UU.o.___ 4.593.9 Ellie H. Milling do _________u_-____ 35.00 V.O.S.BLACK ARMOR ( )
4Se.ll'w. T. WEEKS. Total _.--_--_--__________--___--___ 190.55 Truby PinhoUter. Then&sa _Uh_____ 60.0f;
Clerk. F L. Fielding Thomas 2 mo _.___ _n 79.00 old
By R. A. WEEKS. May McKinney do _--__________ __--___. 35.0(1( Blended with i4-year- whiskey ,JIII'IIII' E .adll
Deputy Clerk. FORD AGAINST PREPAREDNESS. Lewis Taylor Palestine _-hnnn_ 10.00 1 Full 2 Full 4 Fun 8 Full 12 Full 'Own.nwprutnuur149a1wH1t1lii7iunQuart I
S. Hayes Little Springs __ __ 70.00 .
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--7"-- -- 1M. ---u Quart Quart Quarts rib
Dubose do __ 40.0 Thl. offer explr Ot4e1' U pees

NEW FORD OWNERS. DETROIT, Feb 12.-It was an- Connie Rimes do -----n-----.n___ 40.00I $1.00 $1.75 $3.50 $6.25 $8.50/yoortorderhese .pdrea either flU'7. t'OUpc.A, or pin 1t}::s

a C Crews Graham _______ 70.0
nounced here tonight that Henry Fordis Mamie Lamb do ----________--_UUh.__ _- 40.00 All the above prices express collect ..$ itene. Chattanooga: pe atfb'j.-m.; the fouowtc. rot t

A. W. Anderson, manager of the preparing to launch a country-wide i ).rtiC'.JI..zen d------------------------ 40.00( ...+. which enclosed i.leA.e fad UMU'Y o. rt'r for $.% 1-
J. W. "Morean Books Sampson City _. 5.11 '
Ford agency in Starke recently received newspaper and magazine advertising T. D Weaver Wjrk Lawtey _______n 13.15; I ALWAYS DO WHAT I SAY I WILL DO {

another carload of automobiles campaign against the program for thehuge Flisha Wilkinson Heilbronn 2 mo h____ 10.'0 ... ....... .. ... .. ... ...... .. ..... .. ..... .. ..... .. ......... /
which naval and military expendituresnow J. W. White Son supplies Starke 1.55 .l
were immediately sold. The RANDOLPH ROSE, Pre.
City Light Plant lights &: water Starke 30.63
following bought cars: before congress. It is said that i! Quigley Lumber Co. incidentals Starke 1.16 R. M. ROSE COMPANY .4Ii. Kane . . . . . . .. .V. .. .... .. .. ......."
A. A. incidentals Brooker ____
Ford expects to devote millions towards Hazen u f.15 .
N. T. Ritch Jr., of Raiford. Carl Scaif City 2 months . ?. . ... .
the campaign. Sampson h 40.00 I DistillersCHATTANOOGA : Expr... OfRe. .. .. .. .. .... < **
W. G. Seals of Hampton.J. W. J. Roberson work ant supplies do __ 7.00

W. Andrews, & Son and J. J. Rig- C.W. B.B. Roberts Jenkins incidentals janitor Starke Graham_Uh h___ :20.00 A.15; TENN. i Post Offlce . .. . . . *j .. .. .-...

Piles Cared la 6 to 14 Days Beatrice Crosby Kelley _n_____ _____ ___ 10.00 Useful and beautiful premiums
don, of Starke. Your druggist will refund money if PAZO Julian Loadholtz janitor L Butler h. 12.50E. Fret wttt ROSE goods Writ* for b* !k. R. P. D. or Street .. . .. tate.; ... .. ... -.-
Dr. J. E. )Maine, of Lake Butler.D. OINTMENT:: fails to cure any case of Itchiog R. Poppell Johnatcwn ____un_- 30.00 r
Bind lleedirgor Protruding Tiles in 6 to 14 days
W. Tinholster, of Brooker. .:,c" .' '1.11....... r vive Eos* .;,1 Ee.t low:; Total 00_ ._____--_ ____.____________ 946.39::


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, S t FRIDA5T, FEBRUARY 18, 191 j. 4If.
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next Sunday week to the union Sun- ",,,,,,,,,,,,,,n,,,m"1,!"!,mm"",,iii'" 111111111nii,' ?,,,,,,""o"nnu","'''''' Bllflmlillf1m1111" mn 1 4 .

school There will be :::
day rally. some -- i .... .

i i'' speeches an pated.da good from religious out of town time is speakers antici- ,I I Suggestions For Spring Cleaning and Re-finishing |: ,

County News Items Do not forgot the first quarterly! I :::

conference at the Methodist church i PLASTICO-Ail Colors for Inside Walls. |-,
next Monday evening. Also the revival : ':

Intcrestinf Facts Gathered During the Week by Our Everybody which will is invited.begin next H: MENITONE-In Delicate Pastel Shades for Inside r inting. |

Regular Correspondents Mr. J. R. Eddins. of Gainesville, wasa
*HT business visitor to Lawtey Tuesday. VELVOTONE Beautiful Waxed Finish Stain for Fcrnitui'| and All WoodWork | .

-- -- There were tw refrigerator cars of r
I strawberries shipped from Lawtey last New Colors. ; ,;
. . . almost everybody. We wish them a Saturday, one car with 176 bushels j "
4 long life and much happiness. crates and the other with 150 crates.
1 Stain for Floors etc.-AIl C j
(, MILLER. 0 j i Miss Ida Merritt is visiting her sis- One car load was also shipped Tuesday : KYANIZE-Varnish ,ors. j
\ 4 ter, Mrs. M. }I. Drake at Raiford this The cold of Monday night set them '
. . week. I back some for a few days but there == Furnished ;
Family Reunions I Mr. J. B. Crews will speak at the will be some shipped every day. : Color Schemes Upon Request. 3 \

,: Last week was noted for family reunions Long Bridge schoolhouse next Sundayat Mr. Joe Hill Williams, of Starke, != .L 9 ', _
11 o'clock. He will speak on the :
in our neighborhood. On February candidate for county representative to j
8th, in the forenoon, the chil- subject of Catholicism. Everybodycome. the: state legislature in group one, was
t" dren and grand-children of E. H. in Lawtey last week telling the peo- Quigley i Lumber & uppio.| i

Douglass began to gather at his home ple about it.
r and it was not long before he realized Saturday Night Debate Mr. 0. L. Thomas was transacting

l that something out of the ordinary The subject for debate for Saturday business in Jacksonville one day last "

was up. Upon inquiry he was informed night, February 19th, is, Resolved, week. Starke Florida i
"This is your 61st birthda)." and That the North had no right to free Prof. E. R. Poppell, of Lake Butler, .
r the children who possibly could wouldbe the candidate for the office of county I

there by noon. All who went car- Recitation negroes.-0. T. Crews. school superintendent. was in Lawtey I llt u1 nl utsonville luuutllullflllW1W11WlltlltilltUlUllllUlUllllUllllUlitlli'i((( '1II llllJllllllllUlllllil l C ....
: ried nicely prepared dinners and there Recitation-Lena Merritt. last week in the interest of his can- !f .--- -- -

was nothing to do but_enjoy the day. Song-Phyla Renfroe, 0. T. Crews didacy. Saturday. @'; ,

!i Those present were, H. B. Douglass and Ina Crews. Mr. Henry Tison, of Jacksonville, Mrs. H., C. Wimterley and little son, ./ it''l./ '\ RITE'v '
J and family, of Ellisville; Marion Douglass Stump speech-B. T. Renfroe. was visiting friends in and near Law- visitors to Jacksonville Sat- W-W r:+ :' ; WO
and family, of Ellisville; F. M. Instrumental music-Mr. 0. T. ley last Saturday and Sunday. Max, were if., >.r.: /?/.', f '

Douglass and family' of Miller; Mrs. Crews and Miss Ine Crews.PALESTINE. Mrs. A. 3!. Van Dyke was a visitorto urday.Messrs.. T. E. Wilkinson and W. M. "t t,V.._ _l'"}:: ,+J( 'fa" :
Jesse Beilling and family, of Providence Jacksonville! last Friday and S tur- pffiSlSps? '
; \Vm. Douglass and family; :M. ,,"., ',. ,. ,." .. .,- ,,., ,..' ...> '".. '..' '.,. .... ..,' '... ..,.' '"., day.Mr.: Wimberley motored through to Starke pSgsflkvi. 6 tJ' II fRS
:! Douglass and wife, of Dukes; Eugene 4. 4 H. C. Richard, of Starke wasa Sunday. k 5l\ r ft Hta L

,\ Douglass and Family, of Ellisville; !' (0' visitor to Lawtey last Friday. Mr. Buticy i? P.
Joe Pinkston and children, of Alachua; 4 Richard is a candidate for the office i DIFFERENT :CROPS REQUIRE
and a brother, J. D. Douglass, of + (!' '!' !' ;, -;, 1, ;. !> '!' 'f- '! '!' '!' of county clerk. last week on a hunting ,
: Worthington; and friends, II. 31. and Mrs. Ocala' Hodges, of Macclenny, Mr. F. A. Fisher came down from Friday.Mr. business visitor I. "
W. C. Park was a %,
H. S. Pinkston, children and J kom'illeIo da and will remain FERTILIZERS
i grand. is spending the week with relatives ii :: Jacksonville Monday.Mr. .
J'' children were 41, besides four children this section. here during the strawberry shipping to. J. B. Padgett, of Gainesville, I ......l.- While the basic :.efoments are the same the

I I I, and two grandchildren who did Palestine school closed Friday night !. season. I visited his son, R. C. Padgett, at his :\if amounts of. t&e ingredients vary. ;
not come. I I with a large attendance, and there Col. W. T. Weeks, of Starke, was' '
farm two miles west of here Satur-
The wide verandas hall I II hands with his ''t/J
large and I was a nice program carried out and shaking many friendsin I
I spacious rooms of the beautiful home everybody enjoyed themselves.Mr. Lawtey last Thursday. The colonelis day. shipments are being "S\\\ MADE TOCMEET:: THESECONDITIONS.
were well filled for the occasion. While. Daniel Hurst and Prof. L. C. a candidate for re-election to the Strawberry' day .
made in large quantities every
the grown folks talked of happy days Taylor and Mr. Sherod Driggers en- office of county clerk.
from this point and the farmers anticipate Each sack show the
gone by and looked into the future tered the High School at Lake Butler Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Stonge and lit- in view of is marked to impcrty;:
good season
with bright prospects, the children and Monday tle daughter, cf Yates Center Kansas, a very has e meats.
the fact that the season a
: grandchildren romped and played. Mr. Messrs. Henry and Joe Taylor and are spending a few days at the home little earlier than usual. Special Fonnulr for All Florida! p3
t' Douglass' first wife and mother of the Misses Mabel and Maud Taylor, of of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Beavers.Mr. Write for Quotations.
older children having been called home I Raiford, spent the week-end with 0. L. Mizell, of Worthington
: t years ago, he has his second wife and friends and relatives in this section. Springs, candidate for the office of owTSoiTSop I AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS,

they have four charming little girls. Mr. W. H. Hurst made a business county school superintendent, was a INSECTICIDES.
" The dinner was served on a hastily trip to Lake Butler Saturday. visitor to Lawtey last Tuesday and

: ,1 constructed table under the big trees There will be Pentacost services at Wednesday. INSTEAD OF OWE ITFood pJPtN9tN1[ [ COP1PAHY
in the front yard. Certainly Mr. Palestine schoolhouse the second Sat- )Ir. and Mrs. Lem Sapp, of Raiford, RTIUIR

Douglass could say on that day, "Lifeis urday night and Sunday in March, by were visitors :o Lawtey last Saturday.Mr. .
worth living." and he looked upon Rev. J. M. Thomas. Everybody in- D. F. McDonald, of Lake Butler .. JACKSONV5BLE, FLORIDA.
his large family of sons and daugh vited. was a visitor to Lawtey last Wednesday And Grain Crops Will Make .
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ters and realized he had given to the I Supt. F. G. Schel1 visited Palestine in the interest of his candidacyfor Agricultural South Independent, -'----,-- ',---,--- -- ',f-- ----
world so many sons who are law-abid I school Friday and delivered a nicei the' office of county representativein Says H. G. Hastings NOBODY SPARED 1

ing and highly respected citizens, an i speech on school matters: Most all thee the state legislatui in group one Gerl.eral InsuranceI
daughters whom any father could b parents and mothers were present. Mr. L. L. Sapp is transacting busi Atlanta, Ga-SpC'cial.-The( credit Kidney Troubles Attack Starke Men
proud of.Following. ness in Tampa this week. system under which the agricultural and Women, Old and Young. represent
I but
the above pleasant occas-\: ,1 4 :" ;, ''.> <.J:' A.. <../ <.8> vk- <.8, ''... 4.. 'i-.' .., School Superintendent F. G.: Schell, I alyzed south in works a striking and stays way poor by an-G. CLASJ* companies none and will FIRST be

ion on Friday, February 11th, Mr. E.), / B.Beilling celebrated his 60th birth I I Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. Schell( agricultural committee of the Chamber Often come with little warning. on to pro-
day by having his children and grand '!, .;, j:I is a candidate for re-election. Ii of Commerce, and a member of Children suffer in their early years. mote yjiur interests. Guarantee "
children present. Of the sons were, '! '0 0 !, 0 '. !' !' '! 'I I Mayor B. D. Kellev of Raiford, was the executive council of the South- Can't control the kidney secretions. courteous treatment to all pa-
Sidney, John Fred and Willie; the Rev. P. M. Riggs preached at the a visitor to Lawtey last Tuesday andWednesday. I eastern Fair. He does not mince Girls are languid, nervous and suffer trons.JA well written policy by
daughters were, Mrs. Tom Pinkston ; school house af' Graham last Sunday i I : j 1 words in talking about the situation. pain. I a first
\ and family, Mrs. Joe McLeod and fam and will preach every second Sunday'! Mayor C. F. Hoover, of Starke. was i' years"Every," he heasca says, "there during has the been last trouble fifty- Women worry, can't do daily work. class company sometimes means .

ily tndIiss Janie and E. H. Douglass in the future. Rev. Riggs is workingin a visitor to Lawtey Wednesday of last in the cotton belt whenever the Men have lame and aching backs. I much >fti case cf loss by fire.
who is a neighbor and uncle of Mrs. the interest of organizing a Missionary week. I crop was large and the price low, or If you have any form of kidney ills
Beilling. A sumptuous dinner was Baptist church at this place I Mr. F. A. Scott, of Starke, candi- ]I the crop short. Each time the cry of You must reach the cause-the kid- L H. C) RICHARD, Starke
spread and all enjoyed father and I Rev. A. J. Moore, of Jacksonville,' date for the office of County School j hard times goes up and the reason ,. IJr
grandfather's birthday. 'I will deliver a lecture in the interest Superintendent, was in Lawtev ]last I back of it is that the farmers cannot neys.Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak
These two neighbors, E. H. Doug of Sunday school work at Graham i I Friday in the interest of his candidacy. | get enough money to pay their debts kidneys ,

lass and E. B. Bielling, have reared I Christian church on Thursday night, I I Dan Stuart, of Jacksonville i-I ton out. of It their is disheartening so-called cash because crop-it cot-is Have brought relief to Starke people 1 COFFJNS CASKETS

two nice and highly respected familiesas February 24th. Everybody requestedto spending a few days with relatives i'so absolutely unnecessary."A i\nd a full line of
have been reared in this part of be present. in and near Lawtey. cotton fanner's debts are largely Starke testimony proves it:
the county, and we hope they will live I The high school exhibition will be :Mr. S. A. Bryan, of Starke; was for food and grain, charged up Hansford Austin, farmer, Starke, Undertakers'! Supplies

to see many more occasions like they I Ion the nights of February 21st and shaking hands with his many friendsin against him en the merchants' books says: "I was having trouble from my Always t on hand. The Lest ser-
I had last week. 2nd. A part of the program will be Lawtey last Friday. :Mr. Bryan is at two to three times the price that back all the time and Doan's Kidney vice atYhe lowest
on'Monday night, the rest on Tues a candidate for the offiice of RailroadCommissioner. those same items could be producedon Pills cured me. Others of the family
As has been announced the singing day night, and at the close of the program his pan acres, and usually without have also used this medicine! with attention{ to telegraph orders.

convention met at the Free Will Bap- on Tuesday night there will be a The Booster Club Chautauqua of serious ton as interference large as be with now a makes.crop of cot good results. I don't mind praising Retastered;; Embalmer

tist church last Sunday. We expected box supper given for the benefit of the last Wednesday, Thursday and Fridaywas "The trouble is that most cotton it." -/0'l

a nice time, but had no idea such a Christian church of Graham. quite a success. insomuch that the farmers owe their crop instead of Price 50 cents at all dealers. Don't I D WITT C. JONES
treat was in store for us. Early in the The Bible school at Graham hasbeen Chautauqua has been signed for next owning it when made. simply ask for a kidney remedy-get
day people began to gather and by much improved by all of the Sun year with three times as many signers "The credit way looks the easy Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that l Suc'sr Jo G. C. Litingston & Co

noon the large church was filled. Beau- day schools of the place being consol( as there were this time. (lofts n way but it strangles most farmers M r. Austin had. Foster Milburn Co., :;> Starke, Fla.
idated and Union school large crowd was drawn to the before they get through life. ..:
tiful songs ascended till twelve, then a Sunday community "I have said Props., Buffalo, N. Y. ((15) ----. Ja
repeatedly in public
I dinner was announced. The 100 foot formed. and a general good time was
: table that had been Since we have been granted a vot enjoyed by all. addresses that no state or section of '
prepared by some any country can be that Read the Telegrap'-$1.50 a year.
thoughtful and interested members of ing precinct at Graham we hope that Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Warne, of New is regularly! dependent prosperous on another r Ca ofPlow Sledl
the church fairly groaned beneath the every voter will register and qualifyin York City, arrived in Lawtey Wednesday section for its food supplies. What I 1

I weight of good things. People from time to vote, in the primary. and are pleasantly located for the is true of a state or section is true
i I Brooker, Alachua Bland, Little ---- stra}berry shipping season at the of the individual farmer. CURIOUS BITS I Jyst Arrived
I Springs, Providence and other places C OGOOOaJ00 0'JG O home of :Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Brown. "The great exhibits of grain hay
Mr. and food products shown at the South. OF HISTORY
: were present. The Warne is a commission merchant.
i morning and afternoon 4 L.\\\"TEY. ---,-- eastern Fair held in Atlanta in November I We I hours were spent singing.The , give the lie to the statementthat
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noon hour in enjoying the dinner s these OUR DEBT TO SPAIN. Plotc
things cannot be ofallkindsPromp1ly.
I s > 6, 4 0 c. ,> 4 : C grown = ,
and meeting old friends and making here at home successfully and ki
Dr. and Mrs. Farnell, of Raiford HIGHLAND. I
I new ones. Everyone had a good time S> By A. W. MACY. II i Mailorders; gh'en special
were visitors to the Boosters Chau
and plenty of dinner. "A good; big home garden keptplanted I 4,
I T. H. Rimes and wife and H. S. :Mil tauqua here last week. ? ]ler attended quarterly conference at County Commissioner S. T. Dowl- Mr. H. C. Xeff, of the Patterson Export the season will produce half of the how mucn we owe to Spain. ? ,
I Lake Butler Saturday. ing, of Raiford, was visitor to Lawley Company of Jacksonville, was living besides furbishing an abundance Through Columbus, she discovered I Ia
t last Mr. is transacting business here for canning or drying from the America. rode solicited. cite us
The friends of Capt. A. C. Werts Friday. Dowling a several daysif Through Balboa,
'I regret his continued illness. candidate for reelection.Mr. I I last week. surplus."When we make food she d'scovered' the Pacific ocean. call o' send your order-Prices i
our and
Mrs. Tom Langford has relapsedand James F. Kickliter and family, Mr. T. E. Wilkinson Jr., made a i. we will have few or no debts at grain the Through Magellan, she demon- ti
is quite sick at this time. Hope of Starke, were visitors to Lawteylast business trip to Jacksonville Wednesday. store; we will own instead of owe strated that America: is a continent. I 'Right.'Satisfaction Guaranteed. 1

she will soon be improving. Sundays .'" our crops when made, and farm Through De Ssto) she dis R A'
I School is progressing nicely. We Col. A. S. Crews, of Starke, candidate i Messrs. II. C. Wimberley and W. F. wealth will accumulate in the south covered the Mississippi! river. !. Rivers Co. I

I hope to have a private term after the for county representative to the Grand attended the monthly lod g 2 instead of farm and crop mortgages." Before the year 13CO: England J
public term closes. state legislature in group two was i in meeting of the Masons at Baldwin on had tried to settle America, and l qke Butler, Fla. E
Lawtey last week in the interest of Monday night. Is your furniture insured? I If f failed. France had tried the t_ "Z5iSiS s ssxssa ctC

<. *' !> i ,;- ,! <*> > his candidacy. R. L. Black'of Gainesville, was a business not why not? Ask J: R. Davis I same thing, and failed. In 1600 ,-- ----- ..\. ---- -::-, 1
I Willie Reddish the visitor here Spain the -
<*> of Wateroak section Tuesday. was only power that
'. LONG BRIDGE. '>. was visiting relatives in Lawteylast Mrs. H. C. Wimberley and sister, & Co. for rates or call phoneNo. disputed with the red man the .AUNTPATSEYPOULTRY i

4. week. Mrs. Ricks were shopping in Jack- 99. possession of the American con I MASH ,

!' c e oc cR, .? ,a. County Judge Geo. A. Gardiner, of vine Thursday. I Ii tinent. But after that she failed I A '.r1*tf prt r. It ICTCT fail if j .
Miss Myra Williams came out from Starke, was visitor to Lawtey last Mrs. John Merles and mother, Mrs.Wilkinson i to maintain her advantage. She 'lei accordui to 4irtctiM. i

Lake Butler last Friday afternoon to Friday. The judge is a candidate for left Saturday for their Drums on Horseback. j I had Introduced the slave trade, E. A., MARTIN SEED CO.MC1SONVILLZFLORIDA I ;

l attend the pinder shelling at Mr. and reelection.Prof. new home near Maxville, where M r. The earliest date at which drama and bigotry and intolerance I i

Mrs J. E. Adkins. of Long Bridge.Mr. Marcus Brown was a visitor Merles is employed at the :Magnolia ware carried on horseback In England characterized all her actions. \ '' -- ,,
and Mrs. M. L. Crews and Mr. to Gainesville last Saturday. Cucumber Farms. appears to be 1542, when Henry Fill More enlightened nations forged Mt I and Mrs. J. R. Merritt, of Lent Bridge Little Misses Virginia and Bettie Miss Beth Wimberley was a visitorto sent to Vienna for kettle drums that ahead, and she gradually lost ; .
were in Lake Butler shopping last Sat Peace are visiting relatives at An Lawtey Saturday.Mr. could be played on horseback "after her territory, her prestige, her COMER L. PEES .
I urday.Mr.. thony. F. H. Long of Starke, was: the Hungarian manner." Mounted glory and her power In the new .
P. A. Williams was a business Judge and Mrs. George Bell of Atlanta here looking after the interests of his bands were In voguo in the last de r I j' world. Florida Real Estate, Land find .
visitor to Lake Butler last Saturday Gs., are guests this week at the firm, the W, B. Johnson Co., of Jack- ade of the eighteenth century, the two b l .
home of )Ir. and )!rs. H. D. Randall regiments of life guards having them (Copyright lill. by {i Timber Eip rt. .
The pir.der shelling, which was given Joseph B. Bowles.'How's .) .
at Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Adkins last daughter.Mr.;In East Lawtey.. Mrs. Randall is their HAVE YOU BEEN SICK? In 1895. i $ 33 years Experience at Starke. *
Are You -
Too Fat
Friday night was largely attended by .: This .
both old and young folks of the Long A. J. Chapman, of White Then you realize the utter weakness If you are too stout don't take fat l We offer One Hundred Dollars.1 Reward E 'ttfiksh'Y6,. ,
Springs, was a guest last week at the reducing medicines.
Bridge community. All report an enjoyable that robs ambition, Cut down on for any case of Catarrh that r-
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home of Mayor and Mrs. W. F. Go appetite, your diet, get out-of-door
time. d'and exercise: : cannot
makes work a burden. and be cured by Hall's Catarrh
win. you will assume OGARgS EYES
I Mr. Ancel Wainwright and Miss Torestorethatstrengthandstamiaathatis normal lines and re Cure.
Miss Agnes Leggett, of Jacksonville duce to normal
Fannie Crews, of the Wateroak section so essential, nothing has ever equaled weight Avoid sweets, F. J. OIENET & CO., Toledo. 0. Optif-iarv Testecf
attended Sunday school ct Lor.g: was visiting friends in Lawtey or compared with Scott's Emulsion because eggs, cream fat meats and especially( JvVe. the undcrrior-J. SelroskandWbeLe J. JACK50NVJJA.MU, JBrokcA
Tuesday.Mr. its potatoes. Live Cheney for the lost; 15'
Bridge last Sunday.Mr. strength sustaining nourishment mainly on lettuce, ;j I iii1 I perfectly fconorablo In all business ; Lenses Duplicated
L. H. Hill was! transacting: business i. invigorates the blood to distribute spinach, cabbage, lean meats, ',1, K?nsacUons ad liaanctelly a
Johns, of, attended young : y Same Day as Racieved
Eury in Jacksonville Tuesday. energy throughout the body whileits nit onions celery, tomatoes 'i out any cbUjatior.3 made by yhlsttirarre '
the debate at Long Bride! : last Rev. T. B. Lawrence and Mr. J. B. value sharpens the appetite and restores salted toast instead cf bread etc. :\.\I10.U. EAXI 0?; C01t1:!:::Cam. I 9 We SpsiriOP.f 140 /Hail W I rORSYTB Orders 14'esrity Postate
and *
Saturday night. McCulley visitors hehealth in a natural, permanent but*I ?0'0.
were to Sanford t If way. ter. If you cease to give I cv ,. ,
Mr. Millard Johns and Miss Annie I Irst of the week. you are run down, tired, nervous, fat-making your body Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken internally -- .t
foods .
I overworked or lack strength get Scott's you will cease creating acting erectlyP :1 tho blood and mu Cured in 6 to 14; Da}s
Renfroe were quietly married last Everybody is invited to Sunday Emulsion to-day. It is free hom alcohol. fat cells. It is no trick to reduce cous surfaces cf t-.o: syrto-n. Testimonials! : Yojr druffst will refund money if PAZOOI.TMKN ..
Sunday. It was a great surprise to school next Sunday morning., Also .' Scott ft Bowne,BlOOQfic1d.N.1. U you practice self-Ueahl. cy tent all trcn Dra-jirlsts., PrCCI4U; pr battle< ScU :f fails to cure any case of luring. -
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