Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
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February 25, 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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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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FIELD DAY EXER- Starke Wins Both Games in Lawtey Correspondent- Gives a TREMORS FELTINMINYTOWNS f

Contest With Green Coveon .- Boost to Candidacy of


Last afternoon the Starke
Saturday would like to say a few wordsin
BAND CONCERT AND CHICKEN girls basket ball teams, of both the -- regard to our candidate for the of- THREE
WASHINGTON, Feb. 24-The Senator Hoke Smith's .
high school and grammar school, play- pres- Monday. sug- fice of county commissioner for this ,
PILAU ON LAKE SHORE ed the girls from Green Cove Springs. ident has served notice on congress gestion that congress be informed of district, Mr. J. H. Moore, of East Law- HAD APPRECIABLE SHOCKS 11,1 .
that he is firmly and irrevocably determined what the administration has in
The line-up being as follows: plans tey. While we will not criticise the x
Starke High School-Ellen Gnann, to maintain the right of view in case of a break was flatly re
incumbent because he has
Ball present hada
Games ,
Basket Played Between : Kam.
Mildred Crosby, Emma Powell, Anna merchant vessels to carry arms for fused. Senator Stone will outline the great deal to contend wi h. we will Atlanta Felt Some Apprehension and
School Teams-Other News Canova, Hazel BroWn, Martha Fripp defensive purposes and will press the president's attitude in a speech to be say that this end of the district Las Three Tremors-Shock: Was a
L Items of That Town. and Florence Matthews. I matter to a showdown with Germany made shortly and defend the right of not had a fair deal. Not FcFt in Florida. a'
Starke Grammar School-Ella May and Austria. Any interference by Americans to travel at will on the high For the past ten years or -nore the
Long, Lena Chancey, Aileen Alvarez, congress will not be'tolerated. It be- seas. Unless Germany accepts the commissioner has been a resident of -
On Feb 22nd, the Lake Butler High Gladys Gardiner, Maude Parker, Billy came known today that President Wil- position of the United States officials the Raiford section, and at times it ATLANTA Gk., Feb. 21.-An earth j'i ;
School celebrated "Field Day." It Graham, mascot. son had make known his determinationto expect a break to come with the sink- looks like that section gets all of his tremor of slight but noticeable intensity :
was the first meeting of this kind ever Green Cove High School-Ruby Con- Senators Stone and Kern and Rep- ing of the first vessel upon which there attention. Mr. Moore, in his announce- made itself felt throughout Georgia ; I 1
held in Bradford county. The day was way, Winfred Hendrix, Merle Strode, resentative Floyd at a conference on are Americans. ment, promises to deal fair with each South CnroJi'1and portions of I
such a complete success that it was decided Doris Middleton, Ruth Dyson, Elsie portion of the district, if elpct.?d- and Tennessee and North Carolina was re- I 1
that "Feld Day" should be madea Eddie and Mary Lipford. we think it would be the right move ported ton: ',:ht a: having; ban felt at ,
regular feature of the school. Green Cove Grammar School-Pai- CONGRESSMAN CLARK HAD RAPID HANDLING OF BIG I in the right direction to give him a about 5:4"i p. m., 'Central tim* today. I 1 "

Plans were accordingly made for a sy Gleen, Gladys Cranford, Janie Darby CONFERENCE WITH WILSON FINANCIAL TRANSACTION trial for the next two years, at least. Nc damage wa.. .eported, and while in 1 r
Field Day on Feb. 22 (Washington's Corianne Smjth, Mittie Mason and I lIe is a good business man, and during some instances people hurried from .
TJirthday) 1916. The school assembled I 15 Sallie Saunders.At his residence here for the past ten buidlings" there was nothing in the i -
at 9:30, about four hundred pupils the close of the game the score European War Matters Dis Bank of Starke Put Through I years his good judgment has always nature of a panic.
formed a line of march, the high i for the high school stood 36 to 6 in been considered on all public improve- The only seismograph known to be
school leading, and with drums beating i favor of Starke; for the Grammar cussed-Desires to Bring Bond Delivery in About Four ments.A in the section of: the tremor is at Mobile -

and banners flying they marchedup school, 26 to 12 in favor of Starke. War to a Close. Days at Trifling Expense Ala., where the instrument recorded 1
Lake street to Main street, down :Mr. Perry, of Green Cove, acted as force of carpenters have been at brief shocks. Most reports
Main to Dekle street, and down Dekle umpire for both games, and Prof. M. agreed that the tremor passed from ; t;
street to the school house and into the L. Neal was referee. WASHINGTON, Feb. 21.-Frank Probably the largest financial trans- (Continued on Page 8.) east to west and was felt only mo-
auditorium. Each department carrieda Clark, by appointment, today called at action ever handled by a Bradford mentarily. InAugusta, Ga., and sev- ;
banner and the primary departmentwore WIJlCONVENTIONATRAIFORD% the White House and discussed with county firm was handled last week by U.SJ1TAWAITGERMANY'SMOVE eral other place, however, three dis- !
George Washington caps. Quitea the president the resolution he recent- the Bank of Starke, when that insti- tinct shocks wer felt. At other points .!
number of vehicles and automobiles ly introduced providing for steps to tution managed the delivery of the only one tremor was felt. I
waited on Main street and busy housewives be taken which might end the war in Starke paving and sewer bonds, and Not Feit in Florida 1
and business men came to the Europe. It is Mr. Clark's desire to the facility with which the deal was The earth bhofc either did not reach r }'
doors to view the parade. Pennantsand have the president invite to Washington put through shows to what state of Florida, or was (o slight as not to be a
flags were waved from gates and for a conference two delegates perfection modern business methods felt there according to reports here ,
porches. from each of the non-belligerent coun- have gone. tonight. ; r'
Shortly after they reached the Was a Grand 'Affair, Long to tries to counsel together and see if The final papers to accompany the Will Take No Action Until Arm- The earth tremor passed from east f '

schoolhouse a large crowd of patronsand Be "Remembered-Several peace may not be brought about. While bonds were handed to the bank Satur- to west, and wai only momentary, ac- '
friends assembled, and the follow- the president cannot be quoted. is day afternoon. The delivery was to be ed Merchantman is Sunk cording to thos who felt it. Many

ing interesting program was rendered: Interesting Addresses. understood that he is much interested made in Chicago. On Thursday follow- Submarines. buildings were slightly shaken, in the
Instrumental solo-Miss Onie Scar- concerning Mr. Clark's plan and said ing the Bank of Starke had advice that By city, but in no{case was there any {
borough. that he hoped it would receive consid- the money had been deposited with its panic or disorder There is no seismo-
Invocation-Rev. Paul Kendall. RAIFORD, Feb. 23.-The 12th Dis- eration in congress. Mr. Clark is receiving correspondent, the Hanover National WASHINGTON, Feb. .-It is ex- graph in Atlanta or vicinity, and C. F.
Instrumental solo-Miss Pogue. trict of the Florida W. C. T. U. has many letters from people in Bank, of New York. Mr. A. S. Crews, pected that the United States will von Herrmann section director in .
Address-Prof. S. A. Draper. just completed a most enjoyable. and different parts of the country urging city treasurer, was immediately given leave to future developments any ac- charge of the local Weather Bureau ,
Prof. Bucholz, who was to have given successful convention convention convened at Raiford.The Wednes- him to speedy action. credit for the amount of the sale, $45- tion that may be taken with regard to who was at his home at the time, stat-

an address, was detained by ill- 16th in the Baptist HOME ECONOMICS LECTURE. I 097, on the books of the Bank of the recent announcement by the Teu- ed he did not know of the shock until +; #
day. February Starke. The total expense of this rapid tonic allies that armed merchantmenwill persons began tsl call his home and inquire : V
ness.After the program all assembled on church, in which all sessions were fire transaction was $2.90, which was be subject to submarine attack about it. :
the grounds to witness a game of bas- held. The church was beautifully and Under the auspices of the Civic paid by the two banks in Starke, where without warning, beginning March 1. The chief effect of the tremor appeared -
ket ball between the high school girls most appropriately decorated. Club, Miss Mary E. Keown spoke on the bond money is deposited. The administration, admittedly, has to be iw the number of tele-
follows After the opening congregationalhymn the subject of home economics last found itself to be in a delicate positionas phone inquiries it brought forth. Hun-
and teachers. The line-up was as -
Mrs. J. P. Coffin, of Johnstown, Tuesday afternoon, at the school audi ; RAIL LAYING TO BE RESUMED.The a result of its memorandum to the dreds poured into newspaper offices

I Faculty-Miss: Harold and Miss Inez who is the state superintendent of torium. Entente allies, requesting them to remOVe and fire department headquarters as _
I I Sunday school work and a member Miss Keown is a graduate of Stet- defensive guns from all their well as to Mr. von Herrmann's home,
Markey, forwards; Miss Rutch Paige, the local union led the devotional ser- laying of the new 85poundrails ..-
and the of liners another memorandum
son University University and to his office losed for the
being day.Seeriin
center Annie Laurie Smith and Mary on the Seaboard track, which ;
; vice. After singing of another hymn,
I Wisconsin, and is a thoroughly train- the Central powers, recognizing sub- -
Lowe guards. for reached Starke some time ago and was
the addresses of welcome began
ed young lady in the line of home marine warfare, but insisting that it
Roberts and Jessie then discontinued will be
soon resum- Virginia'
Gifls-Ruby night.
Wednesday night was )
economics. This lecture informal be carried to established
was very on according I
Roberts, forwards; Winnie Townsend, Addresses of WelcomeMr. and clearly explained ed from Starke south.The distributingof principles of international law. SOUTH BOSTON, Va., Feb. 21.- -
center; Eva Epperson and Elsie Fowler B. D. Kelley, the progressivemayor phases of home making as taught many in the rails was begun Thursday. The It is generally understood now that An earthquake Shock lasting betweenten I "
guards.The delivered the opening address.In thorough overhauling of the track has and fifteen fccconds was felt here
the up-to-date schools and colleges. the Allies will refuse to disarm their t
girls won the game by the hand- a few well chosen remarks he laid Miss Keown's object is to assist in been finished almost to the north cor- merchantmen, because they assert that at 6:45 tonight It was of sufficient '. :j
some score of 21 to 7. the town at the feet of the ladies of establishing domestic art and science poration line of the city.C. the Teuton assurances that unresisting violence to put <;n the lights and break j i ti

After the game the Lake Butler the convention. classes in the schools of the state. merchantmen will not be destroyed, a number of houses. J "
P. Cason is addition .1
Concert Band played three lively airs, Mayor Kelley came the having an .t )
Following '
be trusted. On the other "
Much interest was manifested by the are not to i
while the ladies prepared the dinneron A. D. Andrews behalf of the built to his residence on West Call "
Hon. on ladies and patrons of our school, and street. hand, if confidence is placed in the Two Shorls: at Richmond : i :
the campus- which was enjoyed the lit-to board of trade and right royally did it is hoped that we may be able to adda I promises of Germany and Austria to RICHMOND' Feb. 21-Two dis- -

the utmost, and especially by he welcome the temperance forces. domestic art and science departmentto Many shade trees have lately been this government, there appears no,rea- tinct earthquake-:;shocks were felt here _: .
tle fellows. We know how staunchly Hon. An- the Starke school. I set on the High School grounds. son why liners should be armed. There- tonight, the firs' at 6:43 and the sec- '_
Following the dinner on the campus stood in last legislature for
drews our
fore the situation stands the '
as now ond at 6:45. N the band gave a concert in the audi- all that was best for the common- ., United States must either recognize but manjj buildings were shak fen
torium, the program including the latest wealth of Florida, and we feel sure he I the right of the Entente powers to perceptibly.
marches, ballads and popular will keep up his record in the Senateat ;
arm their liners and affront Germanyor .s_
songs. the next session. News of the SchoolFebruary I it must support Germany in insist- t :
In the afternoon a basketball game After a beautiful song by Mrs. L. ing that liners disarm and affront the Two Fell! at Asheville
was played by the first and secondhoys' Sapp and Mrs. A. L. Crews, assistedby allies. ASHEVILLEtNT. C., Feb. 21.-Two
teams. The score stood 42 to 8 Mr. B. D. Kelley, Mr. J. T. Lewis, By allowing future developments to severe earth shirks/ were felt here at
in favor of the first team.A editor of the Raiford Tribune, delivered is the birth month of a ature outside was sometimes as lowas determine the stand of the United 6:31 tonight, th shocks lasting about
of indoor baseball was played most cordial and heart warming.. number of ten seconds ear&) Houses in town
game a great people, and some of 40 degrees. States, officials point out, difficulty can
outdoors by the girls of the eighth address on behalf of the press. the teachers have taken advantage of Miss Ray, who teaches the lower be avoided for the present. Of course, were rocked, bit};'no material damage .,
grade vs the sixth and seventh grade Mr. Lewis is an illustrious example. these birthday anniversaries to teach first grade, recently had the photograph it is realized that should an armed was reported. Itt unconfirmed report
girls, with the following lineup: of what W. C. T. U. and L. T. L. work special lessons in literature, efficiency, of her pupils taken sitting at ship be sunk with an American on says three hou i were wrecked at
Eighth grade-Lizzie Townsend, does for our boys. Mr. Lewis' mother patriotism and ethics. Some of these their desks in their pretty school board, and the government owning the Skyland, six miss from Asheville.
pitcher; Mona Alderman, catcher; Ma- has been a devoted worker in Florida birthdays are as follows: I' room. Interior pictures without skylights submarine that sunk it should an- of-- I-'
zie Fowler, first base; Neda Moore, for over thirty years. February 7th, Charles Dickens; 12th, are generally impossible, but nounce that the commander was justified Slight Tremor; at Savannah !'. >
second base; Ruby May Poppell, third Ij I Following Mr. Lewis, Rev. W. II Abraham Lincoln; 14thSt. Valentine; ', with five large windows on the southI because the vessel being armed, SAVANNAH, Feb. 21.-Late 3
base; Maggie Richard, shortstop; Vio- I, Coleman, pastor of the Christian 17th, Francis Willard's heavenly birth- I I and the efficient Mr. Hoover as photo- was really a naval auxiliary, the posi- this afternoon :/;,light earth tremorwas
la Thomas, right field; Kate Epperson, church, delivered a stirring address on day; 22nd, George Washington; 27th, grapher a most excellent picture of tion of this government would have to felt in this;t"ity. There was no
center field; Russell Rivers, left field. behalf, of the churches. He spoke beau- Henry W. Longfellow.The I I the forty little ones was secured. be defined. damage or ex
I general exercises each morningin !I Miss May Fripp, who teaches theI ,,.
(Continued on Page 6.) (Continued on Page 2.) the auditorium are varied and interesting I third grade, has the honor of havingI (Continued on Page 7.) (Continue on Page 2.) _

-- -- -- ---- ----- with generally a large at- 1 largest daily attendance in the :: a
-- I tendance.; Bright marches and accom- school for the first five months. Fora

MAKINGLASTGREA'fEF- paniments by Mrs. Hughes, our efficient number of weeks she had forty-nine,
music teacher, devotional exer- pupils present every day. MOUSE
cises and often a good talk on pre- The eighth grade is taking much in
paredness for the battle of life by our terest in the study of agriculture. The _
FORT TO BREAK THE %WESTERN LINE principal, Mr. M. L. Neal. teacher, :Miss Ross, hopes that the COMMITTEE WITHOUT OPPOSITION

During,the past month the following time is not far distant when we will ;
-- numbers have been carried out: have tn experimental garden fencedin -- ,. '
CarriedOut of the war. Assaults launched by the Piano trio-Florence Matthews, An- on the south side of the campus.A tween the Continental plan ad-
Triple Offensive Being Chairman Hay Authorized To army
succeeded prize has been offered by the
Germans picked troops na Canova and Florence Canova. vocated by fcrm r Secretary Garrisonand
in West Flanders, in penetrating the allied lines overa Recitation-Charles Marks. Woman's Christian Temperance Un- Frame Measure For Immediate President "1J'on. -
wide area but the war office claims Piano duet-Anna Canova and Mrs. ion to the students of the ninth gradefor Complete fedefalization of the Na-
Artois and Verdun they were driven out of all but some Hughes. the best written theme on the sub- Passage.FEDERALIZATION tional Guard will be substituted for

of the first line trenches by means of Piano solo-Francis Colley. ject of Temperance.The the proposed Continentals and the ;
counter attacks. Enormous losses Piano duet-Miss Pattishall and Mrs teachers and classmates of Wil- wad
White House informed during the
ASSAULTS MADE BY THE were inflicted on the Germans who at- Hughes. bur Scott and Frank Crosby are gladto OF THE day that the committee was a unit in
tacked in mass formation. The pres- Physical exercise drill Second see them in their classes again af-
OF GERMAN NATIONAL GUARD FAVORED supporting the pl n, only the languageand
illness last month.
ent offensive of the Kaiser's forces is grade. ter severe minor details remaining to be
expected to be the turning point in Chorus, "Jolly Boys"-Miss Ray's -- worked out. Thy measure will grant
Bttle Front Extends for Nine Miles- the war. An official statement today grade. Boy Scouts.A Would Establish Standing Army of virtually the entire: program mappedout

Present Offensive Will Mark the reports tha tthe Germans continued Chorus, "Happy Greetings"-Miss very enthusiastic meeting of the 575,000 Men in Peace Times-State by Secretary]G irrison for the regular -
their attacks throughout the night in Darhy'j grade. Starke school beys'was held February15th army and go even farther than
Turning Point of the Great War- Established
Military Schools to Be
The battle "
of Chorus A of Southern
the region Medley
for the purpose of organizing a he recommended 4fi providing for reserve -
Germans Must be Successful or Re- front extended nine miles long. The Airs"Miss Fripp's grade. Boy Scout Troop. Ted Halligan, who In Every. State Supported by State military supplies., _
main Cn the Defensive Until End. French admit the loss of the village of Chorus, "Our School" Miss Peek's upon application to the National coun- and National Appropriations. Peace Stretch of 575,000 ; -
Haument after a bloody battle. grade. cil, had received his commission as A total peace-jstrength; of 575.000
On the evening of the 13th inst. Scout Master, was present at the men in the starring army and the
PARIS, Feb. 24.-A triple offensiveis FORMULA FOR WHITEWASH. "The Trail of the Lonesome Pine" was meeting. After calling the meeting to WASHINGTON, Feb. 22.National guard combined, hill be provided for 4
being carried on by the Germans in played by a traveling company in the order the following officers were either 'preparedness legislation took a long with reserve systems for more than If
West Flanders and north of I auditorium. Our part of the proceeds in when r '"
Artois ( elected or appointed: step forward congress today double the force ifi war. The expense
Verdun. It is believed by the French 1 lOne-half bushel "of unslaked lime, amounted to something over $7. This Scout Master, Ted Halligan. I! the House Military Committee reacheda for the whole establishment! this yearis q
critics to be the last great effort to slaked with five gallons of water, add will be used to improve the library. Assistant Scout Master, Harold practical agreement on the outlineof estimated at $174,000.000, exclusiveof yr
break the lines in the west. If the 1 peck salt, previously dissolved and During the recent cold weather the Wall. the Army bill which it will unani- the Panama canal l defenses, carriedin
Germans are not successful they will let stand several days; then add 1 gal- radiators seemed to all work perfectlyand Scout Scribe, Homer, Limbaugh. mously present for passage. Chairman another bill; proposals for addi- '
f probably be forced to assume the de- lon flour paste and one-fourth bottle everybody in the school building I Hay was authorized to frame the
fensive on every front until the end blueing. was comfortable, though the temper-i I (Continued on Page 7.) J measure which is a compromise be- (Continued>Ion Page 2.)
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(Continued From Page 1)). ,.f s-- (Continued From Page 1). Mrs. T. Freeh. R. R. 1, IIIcKory Point TmW, writes: "I am harr7

TOTAL700,000Receipts tifully of our sainted Miss Willard to tell you that I am cured of catarrh. H.i: n? be,'n atjicatarrh J :.-.[., I
tional schools for military training in from personal knowledge and altogether and stomach trouble for seven years, ani, ;ftftor I'\; ? "01. ,j f"ur
j all states, carried in the McKellar bill there seemed no word of welcomeor different doctors who only relieved me for a li;?> whit .. i --::ivc un a:1:

favorably reported today by the com greeting omitted. hope of being cured. I was induced tu try al'. ,o my b.\.l:
mittee with an appropriation of $3- for the Past Week Mr. Coleman's address was followedby surprise I am now entirely well. My Ual'h: ;.f J :. -r tr.. .:'T."

840,000 for this purpose and whatever a most pleasing song by the L. T.

may later be decided upon in carrying 195,706 Quarts-Cold Will L.. a fine band of boys and girls. FOR INDIGESTION

out a scheme to foster the fixation of Mrs. W. S. Graham, the local pres-

atmospheric nitrogen in the United Diminish the Receipts. ident, concluded the addresses. In her J
States the its she greeting Mrs. VT. R. Whltehead. R- K. t rryor. ofojhomn. writ03: "I am
giving country own sup usual happy vein, gave
happy to tell :you that I keep free from my (I11/('>mach trouble: feel no
for The
ply of ingredients explosives. from the of the chaingang.Mrs.
PLANT CITY, Feb. 19.-The straw- gateway catarrhal symptoms at all. I am able to do /ny work eat and drink
first year of the Garrison plan would ) 4 berry receipts for the week ending J. B. Simonton, of Micanopy, what I want and rejoice to know that I fciyd a sure cure in your
have called for a total expenditure of last night were the heaviest of any the district president, responded to valuable medicine. I think it saved my life. Dy beginning in time with

$182,000,000. week in the history of the berry industry the various welcomes in a short but Peruna I was cured sound and well" *

Whether the new bill will be acceptable at Plant City. A total of 195,706 pleasing speech.
to President Wilson has not followed Mrs. Are
quarts of berries were shipped from Mrs. Simonton was by Strong andiHappy
been indicated but the committee be- who madean
Annie May, of Gainesville,
this point in the six shipping days of ThoU
lieve its plan will override objection earnest The Pcruna Company. Columbus. Ohio. who object to liquid
every the week, the net value of which to the response. medicines can now procure reruns. W. tablet form. ,
to the substitution of the Na- -- After the singing of the W. C. T. U.
growers was $20,687,03, estimating
tional Guard for the Continentals of the 7 ,
those shipped at the same prices paid doxology and the pronouncing ;:
Congress has full legal authority for Coleman infor- -- --.-; ::'j
an -
by the local buyers at the platform.For benediction by -- -
.' its accomplishment -- mal reception was held for the visit-
the corresponding week last;
,f Big Increase in Regular ArmyTo friends. t;
year a total of 96,437 quarts of berries ing : RITE
complete the committee's compromise E.OF P.MARION T II A G COUNTY A R D were shipped. The shipments of Committees Reports ; W

with the President on the Canddate For that week were the heaviest of any; After Scripture reading by Mrs. H.

Continental army the bill will author- STATE COMPTROLLERIn week last season and a fair estimateof W. Raiford, Thursday morning, the

ize the increase of the regular armyto Your the Support Neit Democratic Will Be Appreciated.Primary the increased production this year: time was given to reports from the I4cERTItIZfRS4k

a total peace strength 01 14<,WU, by I may be drawn from a comparison of twelve unions in the district.To .

adding ten regiments of infantry, four I WHY PRINCE ALBERT WINS the figures for the two corresponding our regret, not all were repre-

regiments of field artillery, fifty-two weeks, the shipments this year exceed-: sented by either delegate or reports

companies of Coast Artillery, fifteen ing those of last season, for the one sent. But those reporting show a DIFFERENT CROPS REQUIRE ,:

companies of Engineers and four Aero Patented Process is Responsible for Its week, by nearly 100,000 quarts. wonderful amount of work accomplished I DIFFERENT KINDS OF

squadrons. This is the exact regular International Popularity. Although the acreage devoted to and a splendid increase over last i j jyear's I FERTILIZERS

army program mapped out by former berries this season is but little largerthan report. If every district in I(:
Secretary Garrison before the unfavorable was cultivated last year, the pro- the state makes such a showing and While the basic el:1' lents are the same the -1

reception of the Continental Smokers so much appreciate the duction has been more than double j j I all may, state-wide prohibition will amounts of trje ingredients vary. j

army scheme led to his resignation. It flavor and coolness and aroma of thus far this season. Up to this date: I not be far away. { j% FAVORITE FERTILIZERS ARE
Prince Albert
pipe and cigarette to-
A most excellent on "Prison :
represents also a concession by Chairman last total of paper
year a 302,817: quarts of
lacco that they often marvel that this MADE TO :MEET THESECONDITIONS.
Hay, who urged previously reach- berries had been shipped. The ship. Reform Work" was read by Mrs. L. I

ing the same: total strength by recruiting one brand could be so different from ments for the present season total L L7I7.2S Sapp) of Raiford. E' : .
all' others.
present regiments to full I ; Mrs. J. P. Coffin alo\ gave a mostinstructive show the
up The answer to this question is to be quarts. exceeding the receiptsof talk with discussion following \k Each sack 15 marktji to importantelements.
war strength and adding to the fied.. last season for the same period by \ .
artillery arm. I I found on the reverse side of every 414,441 on Sunday school work.

Under the tentative bill the regular Prince Albert package, where you will! Receipts quarts.for each day during the I. Mrs. Anie Grimes, of High Springs. H Special Fonnulab for All Florida Crops

army would have an organization cap- read lt-07.:" "Process That tells Patented the whole July :SOth, past week! and the value of the re- !!| led the devotional service. on Thursday .. Write far Quotations.
able of being expanded to 275-000 story. ceipts to the afternoon. -
men ,
growers : -
Prince Albert is made I AGRICULTURAL :
by a patented CHEMICALS
in war time and a reserve provisionwill Quarts Price After a short business session, the .

be included designed to produce process that cuts out the bite and I Friday! ----_-____-_43,824 $4,820.64: meeting adjourned to make a trip to INSECTICIDES.
i i parch, which makes the tobacco .
so the state convict farm. Through the
annually 75,000 reservists obligated to Saturday __ 42,456 4,457.88
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t II return to the colors under call. It mighty! agreeable and satisfying to Monday -____ --__..59,340 courtesy of Superintendent Purvis the fflDEPENOENT ffRIIUIER C6MPA1I :
men of taste of civilized '4
every every 5,934.00/1/ ladies were shown over the entire
will provide also for doubling the ca- nation on the globe. Tuesday -----____-_32,496 4
.: det corps at West Point and creationof Wednesday __ __n__ 5,232 680.16 place. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
Smokers should realize that this
thirty cadet companies to be at- Thursday ----______12,358 1,544.75 They could hardly realize that an :i '
patented cost three
process years'continuous :
entire barrel flour :
of used each -
tached to regular regiments to be Totals ___195,706 20,687.03As
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work and study and for-
trained for entry into an officers' a result of the cold 'day and other provisions in propor- ---'-
reserve a weather this : : .!!
tune in money to perfect. But the result ... .
tion. The
trip was possible by 4
corps. week the berries failed\ to rinpn prplt ----------------- :: ,
Committee in General Accord has proven to be worth an that i ly reducing the-receipts--Wednesdayand I I the generoisity of the auto owners of ; _: .,
was expended it because it has I
upon Raiford who their and ,
placed cars ;,
The committee members found yesterday, but the receipts for today j I
set free who believed they
men never the .
drivers at disposal of the dele- "
themselves in such will again be heavy. Many of the ,
general accord as could I
enjoy makin's
a pipe or a ciga-
to the general aspects of the measure rette. berries in the fields were damaged by gates. ,U I jr
the cold weather. most of the blooms Address by Miss Neal j
they that it required little discussion Prince Albert makes it possible for
A splendid audience :
to adopt the plan of authoriz- being killed and many berries frozen. greeted I
every man to smoke a pipe or to roll Minnie E. Neal, beloved state I '
ing Mr. Hay to draw up the bill which his This will considerably diminish the receipts our
own cigarettes. And no matter
would be taken for detailed consideration how tender for the next two weeks and is president, on Thursday night. "P
the tongue, Prince Albert
next Wednesday. Mr. Hay had cannot bite That expected to result in an upward trend I:!I After special music, Miss Gertrude ,: 'f
or parch. is cut out
I I Anderson of Raiford
of gave a finely
I prices. Increased prices have al-
already prepared a rough draft of the by the patented process, leaving for .
I rendered recitation. Miss Anderson
measure as proposed and he thought the smoker the ready been felt, as high as 17V c per I I
only joys of the '
fragrant medal at the last contest and f..
quart having been the local I I won a ; -
tonight it could be whipped into r.nal tobacco. paid by
buyers at the we felt she merited a second, after tr--
shape acceptable to all members with- It is a fact that since Prince Alberl"arrived" platform Wednesday. I -
in two weeks.EARTHQUAKE. Several of the local buyers have expressed hearing her on Thursday night. t i'I
just about six years ago, it Miss Neal's address followed and
ill Ii has made three men smoke pipes whereone berries it as their belief that the price was, of course, the .. ipal addressof When Want Mule 1
TREMORS ARE I IPPLT. smoked a pipe before. cf will go to 20c and higher at pi. 'I you a Horse
the local platform within the course the convention. Anjone having 0,
!> JIAM 1U\S I of two weeks.Unconfirmed. heard Miss Neal, knows how inadequate j jI I

(Continued rrom Page 1.) -BLOODED" COTTON SEED PAYS. reports state that the | words are to express the fervor I Buggy Wagon Set of HarI''
cold wave seriously injured the berry and beauty as well as the truths of or ; a''

Distinct at Columbia Pure cotton seed will count for more crops in other sections farther north, her wonderful addresses. As many i
than ever before, since the boll weevil and that the Louisiana and Texas remarked, each new address of Miss i iNeal's i
slight COLUMBIA but distinct, S. C., Feb. 21.-A has entered the state. The earlier crops will be delayed at least three excels the last. Her remarks i ness come to see u.L
earthquake shock ,
was felt in the western half of South j varieties are especially valuable and weeks longer, because of the damage carry conviction, as shown by the rapt 'I' $ 0
Carolina about 6:30 this afternoon. No I will lessen the damage from weevils done by the cold, giving the shippers attention of her audience. Old Alcohol ::

damage is reported. because they set bolls earlier. The from Plant City a longer season than might well tremble if all had a I I :.

common practice among farmers is to usual. small amount of her zeal. ; We buy in car lots afid give
I Friday morning's session and the i I I
take their seed from the gin where no I ,
Augusta Hills Feel It EARLY SWEET POTATOES BRING closing one of the convention
t care has been used in preventing.mixture was customers the benefit of I
AUGUSTA GOOD PRICE. opened by Scripture reading and I!
Ga., Feb. 21.-Three with other varieties or impure prayer M
shocks, the first, slight; the second, I seed. 1 gf3E. I by Mrs. Smith, of Micanopy. At the lowest prices. ;II 1
this session Mrs. S. B. Phifer I
more distinct, and the third, faint of High
motion S. Pace district
agent for the Early summer sweet potatoes do not 0'f
east to west felt gave an interesting talk on
were on the
University of Florida Extension Division yield much the fall
as as crop, but the the "Stuart's Non-alcoholic
hill Flavor-
section of
Augusta shortly after :
is urging the farmers to obtain increased price will usually make up ings, beverage foundations, etc." .
I pure seed if they have not raised for any deficiency in bushels. A. P. The various unions are endorsing : I
any themselves. Seed from___ oil_ mills__ Spencer. district agent for the Univer- these and they
nn most excellent_ __
are and_
J. W.
Hoover Bros. have set out English and gins should be avoided unless sity of Florida Extension Division, much more economical than the old n 80 Andrew4 & Son

ivy their along the Cherry street front of there can be no doubt of its varietyand gives two ways in which plants for per cent alcoholic ones of yesterday. ij 3

studio building. When the ivy purity. The best plan is for the the early crop may be obtained. In Election of Officers .
has covered the wall it will present an farmer to raise his own seed. The the first place the potatoes may be Election of officers for the : -

unique decoration for this temple of next best plan is to buy from a neigh planted in a seed bed during Febru- year resulted as follows: coming -.: -.f

art. bor who has kept his seed pure or ary or early March.It District A'Nil '
President, Mrs. J. B. Sim- THE DAXIA W A Y. -SALOOX-LEAGUE
from a reliable seed house. Every will be necessary to hurry the potatoes onton, Micanopy.Vice :* .
REV. FERRELL GOES TO )IILTOX.I farmer who raises cotton that ; -
buy at so slips may be had for President, Mrs. J. P. Coffin, ,t.
least a few bushels of pure bred seed planting early in April. To do this puta Johnstown. Party of Autoists Had to Pay $10 or State uivention at Tallahassee on

: Rev. W. A. Ferrell, who for the past and plant a lot that he can keep free layer of stable manure four inches Treasurer, Mrs. J. L. Lewis, Rai Walk to Miami. ;1'ebruary 28 and 29. .
two years has served the Baptist of contaminations with other varie deep over the bed, cover with two ford. 51

church of Starke, has a call to Milton, ties. In this way a start in home production inches of dirt. Lay the potatoes on Secretary, Mrs. Annie Grimes, High I; -
Florida. of pure seed may be had. this as closely as possible without allowing !- Springs.Vice MIAMI, Feb. 22.-Held up at the j. ProgramMonJiy :

Next week Mr. Ferrell will move his them to touch each other. Cover President for Alachua county, I point of a gun and ordered to pay over 7:30: p. m.-Baptist church.

family to his new field of labor, and I j WILL HE RUNT the potatoes with a thin layer of Mrs. J. J. Jones. |1 $10 or leave their car and walk to MusiC:.-State College for Women. i.:
pine straw. Then Miami party of tourists had an in- Addlfh of WElcome ;
will immediately take charge of the barely cover the Vice President for Bradford county -i on Behalf of
I church there. While here Mr. Ferrell' If J. S. Griner of whole with earth. Protect the bed Mrs. J. W. White, Starke. I teresting experience at Dania yesterday -I the ('i.-Mayor; D. \1. LO\\TY. 1.<
served his church with great :' county, from cold winds and provide shelter Superintendents of various departments 'j afternoon. The man who held up I I Add-i, of Welcome on Dehalf of ;

i I It) and) devotion, and many: good energy wishes J f J.comes C. Luning out for a run treasurer for his he will give Mr. daring the cold nights. Keep the bed I, of the district were: | the tourists is an officer of the law and II the fta'jt-Gov. Park Trammell.Resji'ftso j;.;
t I go with him and his estimable family Grinc in the money. sprinkled, but do not drown the heat Superintendent of Sunday School : signed "Roy Clifton, deputy" to a receipt -Rev, L. Ross Lynn, of
was four
to their new home. and received race years ago of the manure. When slips are large Work: Mrs. Derah Browning, Raiford. for his $10 which Louis Yeckel, Jacksonville, acting superintendent of .'
j i a good vote. People who I of St. Louis demanded. I
have been tnoujrh plant them immediately in the Superintendent; of Anti-Narcotics- With Mr. and Florid I:league.Addrtess .

Now is the time to get strawberry |I. ciT.ce will wanting a change in this field. Do not attempt to make cuttings Mrs. J. T. Lewis, Raiford. I Mrs. Louis Yeckel was their son, S. S. -Dr. I' A. Baker, Wester-
your do v ell to look him ,
tickets. We print them for you havejcr.ov.-n him for thirty over.and We from the vines if a crop is to be mada Superintendent of Medal Contests, ]I S.Verkel Yeckel.!, also of St. Louis, and :Mrs. S. rule, (b, general superintendent, National -
years The Yeckels
from them. that the ftague.Tuesfjiy .
Mrs. S. B. Hart, say :
on short notice. Good stock, low we know of no better man for the job. High Springs.
: ; prices \If I Macclenny Standard. The second way to obtain an early Superintendent of Medical Temperance speedometer showed they were only Feb. 29: -M. E. church,
: > crop is to plant the sweet potato justas Mrs. II. W. Raiford. Raiford. going 15 miles an hour when they South.J

i I the Irish potato. Cut the notatoes Superintendent of Mothers' Mept- went through Dania and that the of- 9 a. a.Meeting of the trustees.

/ : >00._ in pieces and plant them about two mg, Mrs. Jones, Micanopy. --- ncer said he did not know how fast 10 a. bl.. -StatcvriHo 'prohibition as a .
inches deep in they were going when they asked him. probabttty Rev.
gray sandy loam. They Superintendent of Scientific W. G. Fletcher,
I : may be planted out in South Florida Instruction, Mrs. J. F. Temperance "This is the only way we have of Suther ..nd. -1.

about March 20 and in North Florida Starke. Colley, getting money from you fellows, you 1 0:3''ia. m.-Cleaning up Jacksonville .'

i Sale about April 10. The warmer the loca- Superintendent of Co-operation spend all your coin in Miami," the of- -Jjev. J. H. Martin, Jacksonville. :

i Still Going On tion the faster the potatoes will grow. Missionary Societies, Mrs. S. G. Easterlin with ficer told Mr. Yeckel said the latter 11 aJ\m.-Address-A. D. Stevens, '

Either of these methods will prob- High Springs.Superintendent today. "I asked him by what author- Jackso;. 'ille, chairman, headquarters
i iI ably produce potatoes by July. Keep of L. ity he stopped our car and demanded cornmi e.

!, them well tilled and growing well, be- Mrs. R. J. Green, Raiford.T. L. Work, $10, and he showed me a gun as long Addr s-D. C. McMulIen, Tallahassee. -

:: 1 ; ; Qoods arriving every day at the same prices and better cause the first man to reach the mar- After the election the various as my arm. That was authority *c
: ket will get the best price. There I previously committees enough. I have been coming to Flor- 2 p.Booze and How to Kill it- '
::1! should be trouble appointed, submit ida fo;.. the last three winters Hon. J.::r..
service. Come and be convinced. no in selling them ted their reports. and Billingsley, Miami. ,
I' because Irish potatoes will probably Adjournment of Convention thought this was a civilized country, 2:30Program of the W. C. T. U. of' 'i'

l be high: and they are the nearest sub- With the singing of "Blest Be the but it doesn't look that way. You Tallahassee. .
JVe have stitute. The Triumph Tie That might as well let John Ashley out of 3:30AddressMissIinnie E.
line or Stem Binds
1.I. : a full of Dry Qoods, Shoes, Ladies' Big the annual conven- jail
1 and let him Neal Jacksonville
Jersey will to
give an early crop. tion of the 12th District adjourned go robbing people State president W.
to apain. In fact I C. T.
in would rather be
Gents'! and Children Wearing Apparel. Our full line Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey a convene most cordial 1917 invitation at High Springs, upon held up by John Ashley than an officer, ;.

8 For your cold, for your cough, for its officers and delegates.!' extended by I fcr if Ashley stopped me I would 8 p.} m.-Address-Hon. William

groceries is being sold at! cost! price---Flour a specially your feverish throat, nose and head, it yas a most successful Altogether have a chance to defend myself, but JenninjQj Bryan Miami.
2 use Dr. King's Pine Tar Honey. Honey Raiford's hospitality you can't resist an officer, you know." .
was so great that
soothes Miami
irritation : .
pine tar cuts many mere dplegates could have been Metropolis.It Wouldn't Buy a Veil. ,
the phlegm, thus relieving co."ge-tion.! aeecmm)dated. I kTi.w an old lady who waS a : -

Rosenberg Cash Defit! Slore Pine[ tar also acts as &n antis-p; as P.aiford opened her hearts. her Hurts Her Feelings. flghtwafl.: She was so stingy that

a result general relief follows i; : ;lir.s hor-es, and judging from the one col- Pond Parent to Teacher-"Please when Jj'er husband died she didn'twant

h lecorres easier and firthr i, 1.1111m.tll" leuiua '.al\.c", her i(:i't mark .Alice's example;' Tmy W buy a black veil. So while
purser as well. .O1"
d Phone /32 ((2''r :lo arres\.I. on Dr. The prominent business &:Gre. Kht is so sensitr the mfiifster was preaching she went
men as well
Sell's Pine Tar Honey.! It is i ideal --- _
hp otrt
an :- humbler! : people seemed to realize of'-lhe back door and took the
: treatment. Price 2c.;:; ( ) what an inspiration such Florida motto: "Herein as your Father crepe *.T: of the front door and fixed :

QO i1. >OOOOO< OO< >oocx Head the Telegraph (3)i ing i may have on a community.a gather- glorified that ye bear much fruit." It on iiT hat.Then the undertaker *j
m.I $1.50
L. D.
\ Surely we are living close to went tpget the crepe he couldn't find 1
our Superintendent Press
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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 25 1916. --. ','"'- ,

0=0. -oaooao.- ..,
-oco. 'oeo! cellent results obtained could .
OLIVE from the standpoint of good business

STATE NEWS S judgment. But innumerable lots are DAY SCHOOL CONVENTION RUB OUT PAIN ;. :
Railroad Construction Unequaled Evenin .
being sold and there is no doubt that .
the public is getting more discriminating Times of Peace with good oil ;Hniment. That's

and has to be coaxed with a gilded The Convention Will Be Held in the surest way to stop them.

Things That Are Happening All Over Florida bait in these days of tight money. Starke-Florida General The Germans have raised their railroads The best rubbing liniment is J r;. .

As Told By Our Secretary Leader. to such a high state of efficiency t
jj Exchanges jjSANFORD. MIAMI- How the schooner Rattler under pressure of war conditions that

oeo- .0=-onac -- operated from the west coast of Cubato through train service is estblished in MUSTANGLINIMENT
ooo =oa- Key Largo and Miami smuggled Convention to be held in Starke conquered territory almost as soon as i

.-A large! surveying roads and tell the members what material Chinamen into this city unloading its March 1st and 2nd. Night session on the enemy surrenders. Within a week
party is now in vicinity of Sebring, : is best adapted for this section cargo of human freight under cover of the 1st and all day of the 2nd. R. C. after the capture of Lille industrialand i'

blazing a trail for the extension of the: approximate cost per mile andother darkness at the Terminal docks; how Weidler, General Secretary Florida commercial center of Northern I'

the Atlantic Coast Line railway information that will enable the the: smuggled chinamen were spiritedin Sunday School Association is leader. France a Berlin-Lille limited was running -

southward. board to put the matter before the the dead of night through streetsof Splendid programs as given below. on a regular schedule. As son as I ;
taxpayers \ Miami to the chop suey house on Preliminary meetings to be held in Lodz, in Russian Poland was capturedby Good for t& Ailments of l

PENSACOLA $50,000 meat Avenue C, between Eleventh and the following towns: the army, through trains were immediately Hones, Mna, Cattle, Etc. .

packing house plant is to be erected at PALM BEACH. The Twelfth streets, where they were kept Raiford February 22nd. put on between Lodz and Qood for your ; '
"Palm Aches
Ptwacola at once Nebraska parties Seminole Beach until opportunity came to slip them Lake Butler February 23rd. Berlin. No sooner had military occu- own ,
: Sun Dance" Pun '
having purchased a site, ordered the begun will be officially away to the north; how Miami was. Graham, February 24th. pation begun at Warsaw than limited ; t
machinery and are now having spur several on hundred Wednesday, March 8th when made the headquarters of a systematic i Hampton, February 25th. express trains from the capital city of Cub, BitrnsLte.t ;.f2Sc

tracks built to the site of the plant. garb and home Seminoles in their native smuggling scheme was unveiled yes- Theressa February 26th. Poland across Germany to the Capitalof :. SOc:.$r. At aU Dealers. !
land made canoes will terday in the arrest of Joe Hopp Lawtey February 27th. Belgium were scheduled and ten 4N.
. at the city dock and be received former proprietor of the chop suey These preliminary meetings to be days saw them in operation. i
PLANT CITY.-The Alafia by the
phosphate committee with unique cere joint, who was caught; in West Palm conducted by W. A. J. Moore assistant This would not be much of an
mine near Plant City which has monies. The band of
aborigines will Beach and Richard Warfield Christian secretary. Mr. Moore will use the achievement if it were merely a matterof .
been closed since the outbreak of the be escorted through the city by members Jeremiassen and operating and Im
Benjamin Francis stereopticon to illustrate. A fine even- cars locomotives But I
European war resumed operation of the board of trade, the military the latter a negro being owner and ing's program will be given. the Russians blew up every bridge as I
again a few days ago and hundreds of bands and officials of the P. B. S. S. D. ,
operator of the schoner Rattler which Florida Sunday School Associationhas they retreated across Poland and destroyed -
tons of rock are now being mined daily to a camping place arranged for them. was said to be in smuggling operationsThe organized 23 counties. Bradford 300 miles of railroad track. I i

Here I they will pitch their tepees and four men are now being held in county will be the 24th. Splendid Sun- They dynamited embankments and culverts KNOWN .EiR QUALITY !
MIAMI.-The Miami Herald states within the city during the "Sun the county jail while Special Agent day school work is being done in eachas so that not only the tracks but i

that a careful estimate of the number Dance", just as they live in their native Richard H. Taylor of the United a result. the right of way was destroyed But

during the year 1915 gives an averageof wilds. States department of Immigration is Program planned for Starke as follows the Germans were ready for the em- SEED BEANS I f

more than one building for everyof scouring the country confirming evidence : ergency.

buildings started in the Magic City ST. CLOUD.-Suffering from insanity which has already been collectedin Wednesday Night March 1 When the Russians began their retreat We make immediate !

day totaling in cost more than $769, brought on by epileptic fits Miss the case. Informal "Get Together" meeting. across Poland German engineers shipment can of ;the New I'
000. This is in addition to the large Jennie Sullivan, twenty-five years of Address by R. C. Weidler. foresaw what would be needed to restore 1915 Grown Crop
Refugee 1000 to
amount of public work done duringthe age shot and fatally wounded her sister HASTINGS.-The farmers have Thursday Morning railroad traffic. Steel was fab- 1 Seed Beans and other

same period. Miss Hattie Sullivan aged seventeen ben very exuberant here over the out- 9:00-Devotion. ricated of exactly the right length for rieties. va

at the home of their parents Mr. look of an exceptionally fine crop of 9:30-The Sunday School: girders and rails were manufactured .. 1

TARPON SPRINGS.-The Florida and Mrs. Marry A. Sullivan five miles potatoes with good prices promised (1) Its Origin and Develop- and delivered on the German frontier

supreme court on Wednesday of last south of St. Cloud on the Whittier them. There is over ten thousandacres ment. weeks before Warsaw fell. As the SEED POTATOES ;

week dismissed the appeal of Willis road. The shooting occurred at about planted and weather conditions ((2) Its Purpose. country was cleared of the enemy Spaudi! g's No. 4 J
8 o'clock Wednesday morning. Theelder (3)) Its Proper Organization. railroad engIneers, wrecking crews ,
Castaing, of Tarpon Springs in the have been ideal. But the wind got into
Pinellas county $715,000 good roads girl had been known to be insane the northwest and the severe cold ((4) School Discipline and and construction gangs swarmed over lose

bond case. Castaing as a tax payer for some time, but it was not thought wave which has tied up New York Management. the country. For an invading army Early Red Bliss Triumph
that she was dangerous until in 10:30-The Pupil. the Germans did a still more wonderful
sought to have the bond issue invali- a settled down on the fields here and
dated. The issue is thus to all intents sudden fit of rage she seized a rifle the thermomenter went to twenty- (Use any four topics.) thing. The Russian gauge! is not -

validated, and issuance of the bonds Wednesday morning and fired it into seven. Farmers in every locality ((1) Child Growth and Char standard. German trucks had to be All leading varieties .f 1:,
Farm and Garden
her sister's head. acteristics. supplied for Russian cars. Even these
will it artesian
is presumed, proceed. opened their wells and started
((2) ...Influence of Heredity; were on hand and were slipped under Seeds. Write for catalog and
smudge fires but the severity of the
and Environment. the cars as they were raised by German weekly price list.
KEY WE ST.-A project is under LIVE OAK.-Last Sunday night as cold wave was not overcome even by The j
((3) Teacher's
Point of cranes
way for the establishment of a fer- the "Short" was approaching Live Oak those usual methods. The damage was Contact. : In Servia similar conditions E. A. MARTIN; SEEB CO., i
tilizer industry at Key West in which at about 8:20 o'clock a negro man mostly on the oldest plants which now vailed. pre 206 last: Street
((4)) Winning Them to Christ Bridges that crossed chasmsas ; ,
who have tubers
was en route to the Insane Asy- on them but with fair *
the raw material is to be loggerhead ((5)) Holding Them for Him. i deep as any in the Rocky mountainswere Jacksonville Florida.
lum in weather conditions from
charge of an attendent rushedto now on they]
which is found in vast
sponge, quan- ( For when
i (6) Training Service. : dynamited the Germans be-
tities in the waters adjacent. Figuresare the platform as the station signalwas will yet make a crop. All young a r (((9
Round Table.Adjournment. their advance
gan on Belgrade. A .
given and leaped off into the plants were laid flat. But in --- .' .. .. .' -
given to show that the supply is every German officer wired Berlin that ;: ; : > ..,:.. -.;
darkness. The train was going at a case the stem is stout and in two girders .
practically inexhaustible but anal-
no Thursday Afternoon of a certain length should be
ysis of the finished product is fair rate of speed at the time and as weeks the fields will be green again. sup- + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
appen- 2:00: -Devotions, plied. He was told that they had been
soon as the station reached Sher- This frost will make the crcp about '
ded, the only statement under this 2:15-The: Teacher: shipped! ten days before the Bridgewas +
head being that it contains six iff Lyle and his deputies were notified two weeks later than expected as apparently I + +
per Use four destroyed and were on the frontier
( any topics.) ( -
cent ammonia and! began a search for him. The the crop promised to be very
nagro had a cousin in the city which early this year. Even the supposed ((1)) Qualifications. i, awaiting- the construction crew. : FOR;SALE ;

i probably assisted the officers in locat- frost proof section of Federal Point ((2) Keeping on Edge Spiri- 1 Hill Adams has finished to the owner's + .

1JACKSONVILLE..-., revolver duelat ing him as upon going there he was was not excepted in this raid of Jack tually. satisfaction a $800 residence forJ. + .; + I

the end of the Lackawanna avenue found in ted and suffering from se- Frost. It is estimated that the loss (3) Maintaining Maximum.the Physical E. Adkins, near New River station. + 40 acres on Lawtey and Lake II I
stret-car line between two men who\ will be about ten I
vere to his limbs. per Mr.
((4)) Mental and Cultural Adams is open for another engagement + Butler road 3 miles west of + l
started a dispute over the treatmentthat {
I Growth. + Lawtey. + !
was being meted out to a negro
TARPON SPRINGS.-Business men GAINESVILLE. A. Callison, ((5) Lesson Preparation. + .
by one of them, resulted in one of the INTERNAL REVENUE NOTICE. -
contestants being shot through the are much interested in the announce- proprietor of Spring Park Farm, near ((6) Practical Principles of + 25 acres on Lawtey and High- +

head and killed almost instantly, while ment that the Pinellas grand jury now this city, lost the prize winning herdsof Pedagogy. + 1 land road "National Highway." + a

the other received a bullet in his left in session, will probe several of the Hereford and Jersey stock which he ((7)) Teacher Training Plans. March 1st is the last day for filing + One-half mile north of depot. +
sent to Tampa for exhibition duringthe returns of net annual income of both; + cash t +
lung, and is in a very precarious con- numerous alleged incendiary fires thathave 3:15-Every: Day Problems: $600 or rms. ,
dition. The fracas occurred late at occurred in this city in rapid succession South Florida Fair the car in ((1)) How to Interest Parents corporations] and individuals. All corporations + + t

night, and it is a wonder others were lately. Instituting the inquisition which the stock were being transported (2)) How to Provide Ade- are required to make this return 'P 20 acres on Lawtey and Highland + i.
not injured. the jury will consider the back to this city having been burned '.lalpaAt to the collector of internal revenue + road, "National Highway." + L!

Drivas building fire of a few weeksago. in transit. Mr. Callison arrived '.IN dq S3jppy UOHudsUI! at Jacksonville, regardless of + One mile nertb( of Lawtey. About +

Clark Louis Drivas is under bond of here from Tampa Tuesday morning.He anon UOHlIZU'8.11IO whether operations for the year show + six acres cleared. $600 cash or + r, '
KISSIMMEE.-"Shorty" tallest $50 now for appearance in circuit looked after the shipment of his 'suosn0; o} sranisuy-Sp:L profit or loss. Corporations organized + terms + "

man in the United States paid court to stand trial under charge for stock on Monday night the car leaving ''suoHoAaa-O& during the year 1915 are required to + !!

Kissimmee a visit on Tuesday to callon arson, having been bound over fromhere. Tampa by a through freight. Upon 1'1jN! .hpsJn'lJ make return from date of incorporation + L. H. HILL. + ;,

local merchant:, representing a Business men are aroused over arrival here Mr. Callison communi- ('uoissas! }i3u; up to and including December 31, + Ltwtej Florida. + ;

number of houses. "Shorty" is sevenfeet the numerous fires that indicate very cated with the local freight depart- aq} }8 U3Ai3 aq v\ SJ3MSUV) 1915, unless they have prior to January + + .

and two inches in height and beinga strongly incendiary origin. Several of ment of the Atlantic Coast Line inquiring xog uoiisano uadQ uy-0 ::t'aq'8.L 28, 1916. designated the last day + + ;'

commercial traveler, he is a jollygood these have menanced the business sec- if his stock would reach here [ punoll-gI:qszapearj of some month other than December as + + + + + + 4 + + + + + + + + + i

fellow. He travels about the tion. during the day and was acquaintedwith dOlM3a, OJ: .MoOH (y) the close of the fiscal year. In this !

country in a Ford car and has recently the news of his misfortune. Ac- 'HID PUB dog 33V event they will not be required to render ;

returned from a trip to the Pacificcoast PALM BEACH.-Another industryhas cording to reports received here, the uaat, 3H1 PlH o} MOH (g) return until the close of their fiscal Cut Your .Store Bill
He states that he has driven car was discovered burning while the '3ui year. Corporations dissolved duringthe

this same car over 56,000 miles, and been brought out in this locality train was about one mile south of Is- -u3B3i Joj uiooy asnbDISTRICT year 1915 or who for any other

has visited almost every state in the which! into may the result in inducing othersto tachatta on the Lakeland district of reason have discontinued operations.are DOW !One Half :
same propositionandthis
union. go the Atlantic Coast Line, and the NURSING required to make return from January .
city thereby become centre for
flames had gained such headway that 1, 1915 to date of dissolution.
and the of the of thousands of farmers well
packing shipping product Tens as as
TALLAHASSEE. A. Wahnishwho the stock was burned to death, the car Individuals whose net income for here
of theconditions
Knowledge that
which may become a most profitable con- town and city folks cut down their store
being totally destroyed. The origin of year amounts to $3,000 or more
conducts tobacco packingplant health the
large is
a surest
business. This is the culture of serve preventionof ..
in this city, still persists in the fire is not yet known. In the disease. required to make return regardless of bills one-half last year and saved money

bragging about the excellence of Leon asparagus.: as well That as in it can other be producedhere portionof shipment were 28 head of Mr. Calli- Prevention is the modern way to whether the individual is married or in spite of generally short crops and reduced -

county grown tobacco. As all evidence the United States any has been severaltimes son's finest cattle-18 Herefords and treat disease-a system of preparedness single, although a married man is not wages.Absolutely. .:.

of it he was able to pay last claimed by the Post but it re- 10 Jerseys all being prize winning that wins battles by removingthe liable to taxation on income f under.9\ millions of dollars were '
from 25 to 50 cent more animals. There was one very highly for them and settles $4,000. *
season mained for John Schlappi to provewhat causes wars caved and countless! families lived better
prized herd bull in each lot. The cattle A fiscal year closing once designated -
than the packErs -
for Leon county grown this paper has been assertingcould that never happen. than ever before,la the face of the cotton :
Gadsdencounty were valued at 8000. Two colored by a corporation is permanent, and
able to pay for Florida's State Board of Health
were be done. And that he has donein t
crisis and general business depression. ,
tobacco. He feels that men, Joe Duncan and Will Bell with than corporations( making return upon fiscal -
grown something more a established -
that has shown that not only year ago
there is good and ready money in tobacco a way the valuable vegetable be produced the stock as care-takers were badly a system of educating the year basis are not required to makereturn How were thef? burdensome store bills ..

and if proper care was takenby : may within almost a "stone's throw" burned. They were carried to Inver- people of the state particularly with at the end of the calendar year. cut down? Uv ;the real moneysavingpower

the growers in curing they couiao] the city but with a yield that shouldbe ness and placed under care of the regard to the prevention of tubercu- The penalty for failure to file return of good :home gardens, rightly
handsome profits.JACKSONVILLE.The. railroad surgeon. Duncan is reportedto losis and the treatment of the disease with the collector on or beforeMarch and tended
reap considered a profitable one, is most planted and kept! planted ,
: 1st is not less than
positive. be the most seriously injured but in its earlier and curable stages. $20 nor through the scasA.
flying machine whether or not his burns will prove Under this plan three trained and efficient more than 10000.
fatal was not learned here Tuesday. Respectfully Hastings IDiC (ccd Catalogue tells how
Mr. nurses were sent out into the
built in Jacksonville by SANFORD.-The connecting link H. H. LEWIS to cut store Lila down; tells about garden ,
each with her district
Kuhlsalong state own >
and Mr. or
Charles Baysdofer PROUD DADDY AT 96 YEARS
and Jacksonville Collector.
between Tampa on
and farm Sfds of kinds and
a qualSty -
similar to a military section: to cover; within that districtto
new lines the] real route between the two citieshas Jacksonville Fla.
made perfect flight on become acquainted with actual con- that cannot 1)C bought from your merchant -
tractor a been made. This is the drawbridge
"UncleBob" Bates Has Stork
its trial trip at Atlantic Beach Sunday betwen Volusia and Seminolecounties Again ditions; to investigate so far as possible LOST. or druggist It's full of garden and ,:
with both Visit His Home all individual cases where the farm Information. It's free If ask
afternoon at 5 o'clock white you 1
and this bridge was finished January 18th one male setter,
airmen flying. The machine was shipped yesterday and opened for travel. The disease; had obtained a hold; to ad- black ears, left side of paw black 18 for it. Write for it now. IL HASTINGS J

to the sea and assembled duringthe opening was an occasion for a celebration "Uncle Bob" Bates, who a few days vise as to the care of the patient; to months old medium size. Reward to CO., Atlanta Ca.-Ad\t) ;

morning while the builders waitedall in the nature of big barbecueand ago celebrated his ninety-sixth birthday urge and put in operation the open finder. Dr. J. P. Tomlinson Starke.Fla. ,
a if air isolation of each case and to ad- _
the afternon for a favorable the cold winds that at his home on the headwaters > rrrsv m
.earher because despite sweptover Rockhouse creek vise and to warn against the trans- r7 : this l't
was impossible to fly the St. Johns river at this point near Whitesburg, I For ;
of the high wind which was Ky., is the proud father of a bright ference of the disease to others who advice and it was given as free as air.

blowing all day.MIAMI.Mrs. there opening.was a The large bridge crowd was present not in at the the boy making the twenty-fourth childthat might become infected. So successful has been the practicalworking t month the Liverpool&

for the fact has come to bless him. "I havebeen Manifestly it was impossible for of this method of education, London & Globe Insurance
of -
best shape opening-in married three times "Un- the three nurses to maintain efficientservice that the State Board of Health at its j
Henry M. Flagler has the workmen were obliged to put several says I Company one of
cle Bob" "By my first wife I had among the 600,000 or 700,000 meeting at Pensacola February 8th ,
Y. M. C. A. the
the touches to
subscribed $25,000 to finishing bridge nine children, by my second wife people outside the larger cities and determined once more to double the the largest in the world,
fund. Tomorrow morning the before the first car could but ,
building cross in July, 1915 the three nurses were number of district health andas
third wife nurses have
eight and by my and present been settling honest
the work of raising did at and this -
committees will start the cars cross noon
Increased to each with -
six approximately soon as this plan can be workedout
the balance of the money neededto ( great event was pulled off in the pre- seven. claims here through ;
100,000 citizens and citizen-
to meet the new conditions, and
The aged man his descendants
secure for Miami one of the finestY. sence of a large and enthusiastic says i ,
in the state. Mrs.Flagler's number 200 grand children about 150 esses under her care. the state be re-districted, twelve of their agents,
M. C. A. buildings crowd.
I great-grandchildren and 85 great- Very soon it was discovered that them will be at work in Florida, coming -
generous gift has encouragedthe great-grandchildren scattered over these women who were bringing helpto with their messages of advice and J. R. Davis & Co

committees greatly and commencedThe' a systematic WEST PALM BEACH.-All opinions > Letcher and Knott counties. At the the helpless were called upon for encouragement and personal aid to L

canvass of the city has movement, unite in declaring that the present recent election he set out to his votingplace advice about many health and sanitaryconditions those who need them most. 1LL716D1llatLt TS rnu srt

leaders in this grand is the most prosperous season that seven miles distant and returned besides tuberculosis. Mothers They will not confine their work to
donation .
since receiving Mrs. Flagler's before the this city has ever known. Some of before noon, making the fourteen of sick children, men and womenand the tuberculous but they will be advisers -

have no fear that for their the smaller popular hotels have turnedaway miles without the least fatigue. "Un- children with sub-normal healthor about sanitation and how to get

seven days alloted them will many guests for want of room. cle Bob" attributes his activity and suffering from maladies of whichthny and maintain better health conditions.As .

work be is over that the full amount The boarding houses are all doing an general good health to moderate drink- knew nothing asked for help and scouts on the firing line they will

subscribed. excellent business and everything in ing of first-class moonshine whiskey. give first aid to those in trouble and

the shape of an apartment house.where During the Civil war "Uncle Bob" Many People Don't KnowA ; will summon skilled medical serviceswhen

PENSACOLA. United States bedrooms are provided with a joined the forces of the South becamea sluggish liver can cause a personan it is needed.

government through the departmentof small kitchen in combination is reaping colonel and saw service in many a awful lot of misery. Spells of dizziness Of course most of them will have Trees, Shrubs and Plants .'

agriculture, has advised the board a golden harvest. Every day witnesses memorable conflict. Several years ago headache, constipation, and bil- from 50,00 to 60,000 people in her Oan an. tic 14 jrlf oMit*f u4...hrrnt..,......*.aril. ..-.J,.u.4lnnib4...,_i illoritl. i. ;
of county commissioners that an engineer an auction on some one of f the he was elected sheriff of Letcher county iousness are sure signs that your liver district but many of these will not Hark. Kl>" .vlrlfru tm Our IlluilMIH nUibfU .J

: expert in road building will be very highly improved subdivisionsthat and in earlier years served two needs help. Take Dr. King's New Life need the service. The extension of <1 wedemhnq.ullA.toor.Rorol Palm/ Nurterir :.

sent to Escambia county at an earlydate ; have ben placed on the market terms in the Kentucky legislature.See PiUs and see how they help tone- up this service is an extension of the efficiency ('....$..1.Mto',.., af to....r!.wtr..ll............. err

to assist in adopting a road sys- this year for the first time. Some of the whole system. Fine for the stomach of the Board in a most practical OrrEaN/....1.,.,.p,.,.. 1)0.,1".4.1.llw.low tHsmtat ta Mk Horn lUmgrow. t ,.

tem. This engineer .will give the these have been prepered for prospective J. W. White & Son for your too. Aids digestion. Purifies the way. Runner. N"trforrn.rt..Rard.P.wInquiry Brat Palm Nurseries Uiifc. 4.

board advice regarding the proposedmillion purchasers by an expenditure of seeds for spring planting. We have a blood and clears the complexion. Only25c Jit Benedict A,..,Rcjil OBW,F1I -.

dollar bond issue for good money or improvements that only ex- good variety new and true to name. 2t. at your druggist. ((3) Read the Telegraph-$1.60 e year. L wx "
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P G FOUR ,- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, s'E1. jYLUjUDA. ._ : dD.\- .; FEllUL\UY 2:;, 1915.
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ter bathing. As you kno* we have CANADA SENDS 10,000 JlO ..+44$

: Bradford.-r County Telegraph pretty been reported nearly that slept I It'1therit'fclept in one has of TROOPS TO U. S. BORDER Bra tforj County I I 1

night shirts-I would have been
r your -
Local and Long Distance Phone
Number 40 proud had the report been true," etc.What Machine Guns Trained on Inter-
,: a condescension and what a violation ....#t4e.4I444444t'
-I- of St. John D.'s fastidiousnessto national Bridges and Guards
Lower First
Published weekly, and entered as talk to a miner, whose grime, engendered Edwin Gardiner the announce office of myself County as Comm a canA.! 5
Are Doubled at Plants. II
for him has District No. 2. comprisiM
econd class matter'at the post-office through toiling Matthews I

L mt Starke, Florida. not yet been removed. The minerscan Sternberg,, ic i 'nd. to Worthington the will of Spring the dtmonItie yti t
tell piffle when they hear it and BUFF ALO.-The Canadian frontier the rimary to be held June | 191L ""

U S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner will not forget that in spite of allRockefeller's is bristling with armed men. After Edwards Mae Bennett Ida, vfill. faithfully W. R. ALDERMAN discharge the f'dutitl
saintliness he is in the the Toronto detachments r. :
fl. E. LAGERGREN. Associate Editor were riet Ritch Mary
,' mining business to make money, not moved forward the Militia Department COMMISSIONER DIST. NO. fc

for the sake if philanthropy he began veiling its movements. Its Advanced ",,announce,!' for myself the 3rd a candidate District for

:: Judging from recent developmwHs would not have waited during three i known however, ,that the entire Junita Boothe, I !]'., solicit your support at the Dm IM I
tha Wilson June 6th.
Roy 1 promise if ekctai
r President Wilson is right in urging' years of misery in the mining campsto Eighty-fourth battalion arrived from Willie people as the law directs.
I adequate defense for the country. It come to terms. But the miners wink Brantford and is now stationed at mas, J. H. MOOR!:.
is becoming more and more apparent with the other eye, for they have gained Bridgeburg, Fort Erie and Niagara Clyde Second Grade announce myself;; ;; as a candidate
that every civilized country on the what they contended for-shorter Falls, Ontario. There are more than fh to the office of County Conuni.*.. ,

globe will be drawn into the whirlpool hours, better pay and bfttter modes of 10,000 men either oa guard at the Colley Brownlee., Fannie theaction-! No. of 3 the
I of war before the great European living. border near here or held in reserve: Third Grade I. I.*II at a'l times work tertbilL: '.;
, struggle ends. Besides, the president to be sent to the scene if needed. people of Bradford coul1t,.
MOVING PICTURES. Fernandez Allie S. T.
.' has probably some inside information Whatever Americans may think ta ; DOWLIXG. ,,j'!
! II. not disseminated to the common herd about it, the Canadians are fully con George, :{) DISTRICT NO c.- 1"1

,. which causes lira to call for quick ac The ednrational value of moving vinced that a plot exists to begin an Bessie McRae,Weeks trj announce the office myself of County a candidate Commit for,

tion. pictures is invaluable. Intended primarily invasion of Canada. It is asserted by district No. 4 (Starke). While>
I S for entertainment, they at the the Canadians that there are 10,000; Ritch, LeRoy of the office were new to me I
The United States will have Free Wynn. U/ serve the best interesu
I soon a : of n,
time introduce to beyond Germans and Austrians under
: same us scenes armsin he county at large. With
i network of national highways, of our everyday sphere, and thingsof Buffalo, and that an attack may be Fourth Grade I .:have had I feel that I can gist the
which the Dixie will be Comer Long in the future
highway only and if re-elected 3
If which "we before had only a vague expected on the Canadian bordertowns
strand and they will all lead to and I Brownlee Mary ct lnly always strive to do what k
I a ,
idea, are lucidly explained by the pic. at any moment. Secret Serviceagents l !! 'concerned. On this basis I H.
I terminate in Florida. Then through I ley, Cortez of the democrats of '
tures. We are introduced to different; are here from Washington to .
the network of roads in Florida the ian Canova J. L. UNDERBILL.
r phases of society, to high life and lowlife investigate the complaints made by ) -- S -
state will be thoroughly explored. Let learn the Dominion authorities. ton, Edwin DISTRICT -
the manners of the refined I : NO. 1
not Bradford county be neglected by: and we are put on our guard againstthe : At Niagara Falls scores of machineguns borough. announce rnissioner myself cf a candidate for
the account of bad Fifth Grade District No. ( J
prospectors on other kind. The most squeamishof I are trained on the internationalbridges ( Hampton). I respectfully solicit .
roads. Some time ago we were very Maude Baisden, '-f the voters at the
: us can witness a battle scene, and I and hundreds of soldiers are demoerttie
enthusiastic the of zel Warren > \v held on June 6th, and
subject good
; ,
S we can take a trip on the salt water guarding the power houses and hydro to 4 o my duty as such ommiaioner
k roads through the county. Let this without becoming sea sick. We are plants. dry, Lilly McRae A. B. SURRENCT.

enthusiasm: revived, then let us go transported to places of all sorts of! At Bridgeburg, just across the river mas Limbaugh. .'
to work. We have talked announce myself a candidate for
long enough. Sixth Grade
industries, to different countries, and from Buffalo, an entire battalion is on of District No. I

It is said on good S authority that we view all kinds of situations into duty guarding the bridge and mu French, Paul E. solicit Brooker the and suoport New of River the ). and w-
i which humanity can be thrown. The nition plants. Additional troops and Dallas Elliott, democratic
the German people are becoming anxr r I ious for peace, because it is -all the high talent of the actors employed in fifteen machine guns were'dispatchedto Wilson, Walter ..';-issioner promise, and if elected to to do my dart

fl time becoming plainer to them producing the pictures makes them exceedingly the border from St. Catharine'sThoroid nandez. \.( to '*,ork the county use conrictll\POl'all my elf 0111

| i|| their enemies cannot be crushed, thaI realistic. and Toronto. Guards at the Seventh Grade J. E. ADKINS.

-. I least of all Great Britain. The circumstance Moving pictures is the great twen power houses, munition plants, rail Thornton, Maude : announce to the citizens of Com
that England still owns all tieth century revelation. Our fore road yards and bridges were doubled. Call, Lassie District No 6 that I am a candi!
of her territory and cannot be besictedexcept fathers walked in the dark while the The precautionary measures spreadto Marie Livingston 'tonty Commissioner in and for uid
t to the action of the
i I from the sea, and that she suf pictures put us ."face to face." That the Canadian Press Bureau which Worthing, ; of June 6th. If democratic elected: I ,

fers less Tram the of the their educational advantage is greatcan has become very active. Eighth Grade discharge the duties of
consequences \ the view of
be seen by comparing the Reports were received here that 10- Lee Crews, serving the best in-
war than Germany, is becoming moreand manners :&1 concerned.
r more evident, and it begins to bet and knowledge of the children and 000 Canadian troops bivouacked at Long, Doris Scott JAMES REYNOLDS

seen that Germany, despite her military grown-ups of a place having "movies" the exposition grounds in Toronto Knight. .-; FOR SHERIFF. .

f superiority, cap never vin a decisive with those of a place'not enjoying this have received orders to be ready to Ninth Grade- announce myself a candidate for '
victory. blessing. The more and more extended leave at a moment's notice. Sufficient leen Alvarez, 1.1 <0 the office of Sheriff of Bradford r.

use-,of. the automobile' enables even trains are also in readiness to take mas. :have during discharge my encumbency my_ ujtlm____ea_u ',
Before phosphate was discovered in those livingin the country to see the them to the border. It is only a two ,hoPe that my work u has met the 't

I Florida no one dreamed of finding any- moving pictures, and this cheap and hours' trip. The remainder of the Bargains in ;Jhe good public support to the at extent the that I eta: "'i:

;: thing beneath the land surface beside high grade entertainment should be garrison at St. Catharine's, an hour Shop near depot. r4-elected I promise as good coming service pri- :>

sand, lay, limestone and water. Beside well patronized by all to whom they ride from the border, is ready to move I r ind will endeavor to do better yet' j
phosphate several other minerals are accessible. I immediately. MANY respectful'y! S.solicit B. DENMARK.yeur support. f J

have been found. Just now boring for S Owing to the rigid regulations im- ti

oil is going on in different parts of the WILSON A CANDIDATE.In posted by the Canadian censor, papers Washington. that announce I am to a candidate the citizens for of Sheriff Brad-

state, and men experienced in oil mat- along the border with Canadian circulations dred lepers are at 1e action of the democratic primary -

ters have spent huge sums for options a letter to the Ohio democrats are printing only brief details States and ",- held on June 6th. I respectfully
support all
: and are almost certain that they will President Wilson said that while he of reports from across the river unless segregated promise a faithful voters discharge at the of said the

:. strike oil. Florida has been, time and was unwilling to enter into any con- for fear of an order prohibiting their physicians who \ office if I am elected.

1 again, the battleground of geological test for the presidential nomination, entry in the Dominion. senate health W. J. EPPERSON.

forces, and the possibility of the find- he was willing to permit the use of his Canadian papers were ordered to a national FOR SENATOR. -
ings of minerals yet undreamed of in the print nothing regarding troop ; announce myself a candidate for i
name primaries of that state. move- The witnesses I from the Fifteenth Senatorial .
here. looks promising. Thus, Mr. Wilson is a presidential can- : ments and American papers .on the three hundred county, subject to the will -j

I, S didate providing he is the only candi- border were informed that if, such reports in counties, three QCratic.. voters as expressed at the n:
We are indebted to Hon. W. N. to tm held on June 6th. I :,
Sheats, state superintendent of public date. Mr. Wilson desires the undivi- were published the papers wouldbe asylums included solicit the support of the voter
instruction ded support of the democratic party, confiscated in Canada.r of those afflicted. ary and promise my faithful at
for the "Complete Educa- Since the duties of the office if I am elect ..
outbreak of
evidently believing it to war Niagara They said that .
. tional. Directory of the State of Florida necessary A. D. ANDREWS.
election. Falls has become muni-
I for 1915-16, ," giving the number of a spreading rapidly {' "
Mr. tion manufacturing center. All factories : I SCHOOL BOARD DIST. NO. t
schools each Undoubtedly, Wilson has had his a serious epidemic '
in hereby
county and
names ad- announce my candi. 4
dresses of superintendents members political eye open for some time. He are working day and night. The Dr. Isador I of the Board of Public In
has principal output is chemicals such 'Vi'.t.: District No. 2, subject to the
of the school boards undoubtedly watched the getting as said that I
teachers and trustees of the primary. If successful I .
and all other data in connection together on the opposite side of the liquid chlorine used by the belligerents state of Louisiana my very best efforts to advance
with the state's educational political fence and concluded that this in gas bombs and nitrates used hundred and five is education in Bradford couaty. It
The subject matter has been "boiled opposition can be met only through in the manufacture of high explosives. a yIum. ; respectfully N. E.solicited.ROBERTS. .I

down" until the volume complete harmony in the democratic Others said -
can be easily ranks. This Plenty of new middies, SOc and $1 say to the voters of Bradford
carried in the "pistol pocket." From conclusion may have been kinds. Morgan: at large in New : I am a candidate for re-election
this directory we learn that Bradford hastened by the possibility that his of the Board of Public Instruction

county has 48 white schools, two of Republican opponent will be Mr. midnight to 5 o'clock, when he was Chicago.'p ice and and if all.elected and I I promise respect

I which are not now in session, and 95 Roosevelt around whom both Republicans awakened for breakfast. He would your support at the coming pri
+ +
; teachers; also that fv'e taw-i color- and Progressives are rallying in take only a cup of coffee. + e, 1916. Thanking J. E. for past
ominous numbers. With Mr. Justice .
ed schools, four of which
are not now
in session, with ten teachers. This Hughes out of the Way, Mr. Roose- NEW YORK.-When the torso I+ CLASSIFIED SCHOOL BOARD DIST. NO. t
velt stands of Anna Aumuller's announce myself a candidate for -
a pretty good chance of se- body was washedup
directory should be in the hands of all + + + + + # Member of the School Board for
the New + + '
the on
Jersey shore
interested in school matters. curing Republican nomination.Still of the 3, subject to the action of the
S.- Mr. Wilson's proviso may have Hudson river there started a search -- -- election to be held OB
been made under which has had but few in respectfully solicit the support of
S The great and good Tampa Tribune genuine concern regarding parallels the For Sale or said primary election.
has issued its "Semi-tropic Florida opposition in his own party. annals of New York crime. There was FOR CHESLEY FOGG.

Development Year Book" for 1916. While the Democrats of the Northern but one faint clue, a pillow slip on SALE- -
This states rally to his standard which was embroidered the letter $3.75 a bushel. myself a candidate for
is "A"
if possible, an even more com may Fla. mber of the Board of Public la-
plete and interesting book than its there are evidences that those of the but it was just such a pillow slip as District No. 3. subject to the ac

decessors, for it contains fewer adver pre- Southern states will have to be coaxedto might be found in hundreds of homesor FOR SALE-Porto I'I service If the elected interest I pro-of

tisements and more write-ups. Manyof line up for him. Mr. Wilson's ad- stores. There was not even. a laundry 50c bushel, also the district. and therefore sof'
the ministration has not been mark to aid the police. With this Retpeetfully ?
articles are of great value and as popularin W. E. Pinholster i, : TRUBY B. PINHOLSTER. i
among the several maps is one of Flor- the South as it was expected to be, slender clue Inspector Faurot took per- I .-
ida which is so up-to-date that it and at this time prospects for greater sonal charge of the case, arid on Sep FOR SALE-A TAX ASSESSOR.

shows even Broward county. In the popularity are not very reassuring. tember 14, 1913, twelve days after the house and barn of sincere Bradford gratitude County and. 'J

forewords is said that the publishing Therefore, he may have undertaken to murder, Hans Schmidt, an assistant room for a very kiiu consideration appre-given

of this book is a losing proposition to serve notice on the South that withoutits priest at an uptown church, was arres- bargain. Hoover < and solicit your cordial sup.

i the Tribune, on account of the great support he would not be a candi- ted charged with the crime. An hour forthcoming office of: democratic County Assessor primary of

i cost of the illustrations, printing and date.-Ex. before the arrest the inspector had FOR SALE-Five I again be elected you will ,
broken into fiat on the job ready to give{ the
getting up the matetr, but that the S a and found a long- room dwelling in which I am capable
; development of South Florida caused HANS SCHMIDT EXECUTED bladed butcher's knife and other evidence and outhouses, I Very truly.

t by the book will repay the expenditure that the murder had been committed trees, all in city N. D. WAINWRIGHT. '

in course of time. We doubt neitherof Murderous Priest Goes Alone to His there. sale on terms or : WU a candidate for the 'it
i these statements and wish the Tribune Death Schmidt confessed, and his sole defense Starke, Fla. .!: Aseesx .f Bradford county iub- .
was that it : Primary to be held
< unbounded was a "blood sac-
success. and earnestly solicit the support
f S rifice murder." The body had been dismembered STRAWBERRY I voters at said primary. I

,:' | LETS WAKE UP. OSSINING, N. Y., Feb. 18.-Hans and presumably all of it in Illinois I : Ir. if service.ffeetel: to give in return

I Schmidt was electrocuted at Sing Sing was thrown into the river, although Respectfully J. C. BYRD. ti.
tf prison today for the murder of Anna the head was never found. Schmidtwas now. Place - --- -- '.
| The Ocala mill \ OF .'
as a Aumuller Sentember twice
__.It 2. 1913. placed on trial. the first for re-eleetion i. th* office -
milan enterprise, out it has been so Schmidt went quietltothe death jury, in December, 1913, failing to me. F. L. of registration and-will-thank

successful that it is now receiving chamber, accompanied by the princi- reach a verdict. In February, 1914, he Garage, I tne coming primary for their
I more orders than it can fill. These given careful attention to the .
pal keeper and the Rev. Father Cashinthe was found guilty. office in the past and will eon-
I orders come from all over the country prison chaplain. Leaving the death Besides the sordid story of Anna Aumuller's SEED PEANUTS I I if I am elected for another

and even from foreign parts. This house he said good-bye to those who infatuation for Schmidt the offering for _C A._KNIGHT.. .
shows that small factories, favorably remained. I trials revealed that his was a career and cash with the DIST NO. 5. "

situated and properly managed will When he entered the chamber, the of crime. He was engaged in Vine Peanuts at announce to the citizens of
a counterfeiting -
pay. Some time ago during their periodical guards attempted to direct him scheme at the per bushel of : %6' that I am a candidate
toward time
the mur- o. b. Lowell, Fla. of Constable in and for said I'
I awakenings, Starke board the chair but Schmidt der was committed am elected
gently shook it developed, and ell, Fla. I will rive careful
of trade, with great fanfare, decided them off and insisted "Dr." A. Muret who duti*. ..f the office.
upon addressing posed .
as a JACOB.. .JOH '.S..
to take .
'i steps for having a cotton spin. the seventeen witnesses. The guards tist, was sent to prison for seven rut( bALE-75 to --- -

nery started at Starke, but the board desisted from their efforts, and with Schmidt's accomplice inlhe later's yearsas corn 75c per I ---. -- -

I I seems to have fallen by the wayside Father Cashin standing at one side and scheme. It was found that Schmidt R. H. Green IX LIMELIGHT. :

and resumed their snooze, for nothing the keeper at the other, Schmidt said: also had posed as a physician, that Brooks, Lake Feb. 17.-Medical men .
l more has been heard about the project. "Gentlemen, I ask forgiveness of all he had committed forgery No- 2.
, on numerous today by the announce
Wake up- gentlemen, and do something those I have
or scandalized. I and that he had been : Henry J. Heiselden that
for the of For
growth the
forgive all who have guilty of various
I S injured me. My other acts of fraud. orm an operation to

" ST. JOHN D.. JR. last old mother.wish is"to say good-bye to my dear His attorneys pleaded their client FOR RENT-TWO I t from becoming a

was insane. The slayer, however, always rooms for light ; stated that the woman's
Schmidt then seated himself in the contended that he was sane. He dress Box 331. sub-normal mentally and

John D. Rockefeller, Jr., the reputed electric chair, and the current was took no active part in his own defense. and father are both

, head of the Colorado Fuel and Iron applied three times. Within a minute When he was sentenced he thanked Lost and He also stated that if a

company has finally arrived at an understanding he was dead. He had spent the nightup the court and expressed a desire to be LOST-Yellow sow, i action should ever be

: with his 'Workmen and has to midnight in praying and talking 'executed at once. He maintained the ed crop, two splits would be that the law as

seen fit to publish the agreements and with-Father Cashin, and slept from same stolid composure through all one ear, crop and Chicago does not make r

4-. sundry of his speeches in the form of a the various stages of his case. other. Suitable : a crime unless the

pamphlet, which he has sowed broadcast Whewver You Need kaeral Took Lee, Starke. The Woman is twenty ,
and a copy has even reached fheTelegraph's Tilt drove's Thousands of :yards of new spring = _h
apparently physically
t; office. According to his The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless goods in the new weaves and effects Dr. Haiselden
account his chill Tonic is equally valuable ready for inspection. WANTED !
; own investigations of the u a your Morgan -Anyone, f few
I ; miners' General Tonic because it contains the notoriety a
; concerns must have been most ing subdivided lots
lJ well known tonic Piles by refusing to save the
.t properties.fQUINaDd Cured fa 6 to
thorough, for in a speech to them he 14 DAYS ed quick by .
IRON. It Yojr operation
I acts on the Liver, Drives druggist will refund an
said: "I went into your wash houses eat Malaria, Enriches the Blood and OINTMENT full to cure ally money CUe of if PAZO -cialist, address have prolonged its life, :

'and talked to the men before and af- Builds up the Whole System. % cents .he!Iind.....Blffilinr.. fca Protrudinl' Piles iotol4 Ilching da"... resentative, J. L. t that the child would .
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ti Bits of LocalInformation Interesting!Social Event at 'the Home [ At the Churches And a .1'ull line of I,

of Col and Mrs, A. V. Long. Undertak rs' Supplies ;
Men From
Young Graham on ,
Always on h &d. The best service I
I JL The Ladies Aid of the Presbyterianchurch the Stand For Using BAPTIST. at the lowest prices. Special .
entertained last week at the
elegant home of Col and Mrs. A. V. Profane Language. Dr. W. G. Law will preach at the attention to_ telegraph orders.Register .
c.**._* 0. tads lsr.M..a4 North Baptist church Sunday, morning and -.4
vrMm I Long on Walnut street, the affair -
p..,", ... IN C."O' s.t night. All cordially invited to attend. Embalmer
being a dollar social to swell the A trial before County Judge Geo. :

funds for the new manse that is soon A. Gardiner Friday, of parties from IN MEMORIAM. DeWnt! C. JONES .
-- to be erected on a lot next to the Pres- Graham, was so well attended that the
Suc'sr to G. CJ Livingston & Co

metropolis J. M. Rising Friday.J. was. a visitor to the I A. J. Underhill was in Jacksonville one byterian of social church.interest This as well occasion as finan-was circuit some court social room question was used.of It inter-involved On the 7th day of February the en- l Statue, Fla. ;

Friday.Mr. cial profit, and the afternoon was est to the Graham people and half of tire community was shocked by the -- .1- .Jr.
greatly enjoyed, both by the ladies of sudden death af the little 17 months
the denizens of that town
W. Edwards spent the first of the md Mrs. J. A. Howe have a new the Presbyterian church and their invited ent. were pres- old son of :Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Johns, \
week in Jacksonville.G. daughter at their homes of Raiford. At the time of the sick-
guests, each member of the Aid During the trial the following was GenetaEInsurance
having the privilege of ness and death of the little one, it was '
inviting a told witnesses A short time
B. Colson, of Brooker, was a vis- Mr. J. F. Canova is spending several friend. by : ago at the home of Mr. H. 0. Rivers, of I represent none but FIRST
itor to Starke Monday. days in Williston on business. I a party or "frolic" was held in the Lake Butler. The babe CLASS and will be
Mesdames S. E. Brownlee, H. G. I town one night. Some of the men at- darling was companies$
Denison and J. R. Halligan receivedthe tending went outside the house to geta only sick a few hours, when the end I constantly ca'.the alert to pro-
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore, of The- Mrs. F. A. Scott has returned home came and wafted its
spirit to the
arriving guests, and later in the bottle of whiskey hidden in lane away mote your ii erests. Guarantee
ressa, were in Starke Friday. after a pleasant visit to friends in afternoon a Great Be"ond.Dear .
assisted Mrs. Long in look-
between the house and A. Lane's res- courteous titotment to all patrons -

Hon. J. B. Crews, of Lake Butler Tampa. ing after the pleasure of those pres- idence. The whiskey was not found parents, do not weep and mourn, A woSi. written policy bya
visitor to Starke ent.The and those who had anticipated a sharein The Lord hath called it home; first-clas.<*agent in a first-
was a Tuesday. Mr. W. W. Agin, of Loughman was Sonora He hath
an unusually fine phon- it became very angry and roundlyand picked a flower from the home class comparv.sometimes means
visiting relatives here Saturday'and ograph, made in Switzerland, was us- I which never can return. .
loudly cursed the
J. J. Rigdon the broom party or parties much in of loss fire.
man, was in Sunday.Mrs. ed Mr. case by
by Denison to give several "
who had purloined the "licker. This
Jacksonville on business Tuesday. choice selections, among them being, took place in front of Mr. Lane's gate, Well, dear, little Trammell's gone H. C.: RICHARD Starke
Mamie : J. F. Canova is expecting her "The Arrow and the Song" and "Fly in full hearing of the ladies and children With the angel band to dwell; I L ,
Miss of Gaines- sister, Mrs. Ruby Blackmon, of Jack- Away, Kentucky Babe." Mesdames A. in the house, and Mr. Lane went I And in the home is left a vacant place ...a., _
ville Fralick., spent last week with Mrs. J. 0. sonville, to be her guest for several Z. Adkins, J. E. Futch, R. S. Fernan- out and asked them to stop their pro- : Which none can ever fill. 'p

days. N dez and James Killian sang as a quar- fanity. This request only made the :
tet, "Suwannee River," their voices swearing and expletives more vehe- NORMAL TERM AT KEUKA. Car of ;Plow Steel
0. J. Farmer was in town the first A Raiford motored
party from over blending most harmoniously in this .
and the told
ment one or two of men
TimesUnion.Mrs.of the week. in the interest of the to Starke last Wednesday, among beautiful old favorite. Mrs. Living- him they would kill him if he came out Now in session, continues up to the ;
them being Mrs. W. S. Graham and ston and Mrs. Fernandez played a to,them. June examination. Only those pre- JustArrived:

M. Leviton Miss CarrielcKay.. charming duet called the "Gipsy Mr. Lane later swore out warrantsfor paring for first, second and third grade .f" .
returned Monday Dance," which was followed by Mes- the arrest of those he thought were certificates wanted. Write before com- We can fill |pur j order for Plows
from Naylor, Ga. where she had
been returned "
has dames
Mrs. H. C. Richard Adkins and Futch singing, 0
the most vehement, namely, Joe Kale, ing as we do not want to overcrowdthe *
visiting relatives.Mr. from her trip to the Northern markets, Beauteous Night," in a lovely manner. Percy Jones and Arthur Berry. The : class. We have the experience and of all kinds promptly.

where she purchased her stock of Miss Peek rendered a delightful instrumental last named could not be found and it is the ability necessary to serve you. ....i
Mrs. F. C.
Hollingsworthand spring and summer millinery. solo, and the musical prog- thought that he has gone to Cuba, but Have conducted many such classes and Mail orders +/:'tn special attention.
spent Sunday in Gaines- ram was closed by Mesdames Adkins, the other two were arrested and were I all have been well pleased. 15 miles .*
ville with relatives. Mrs. P. E. Gahagan and little son, Futch, Fernandez and Killian sanging, put on trial Friday. west of Palatka and 12 miles east of Home trade :; cited. Give us a call

Robert Emmett, and Mrs. P. M .Boyd, "Sweet For-Get-Me-Not," which was Joe Kale pleaded guilty and was Hawthorne. J. N. OVERHULTZ, oar.
Mrs. A. H. Stoddard, of Danfuskie of Hardeeville, N. C., are visiting at greatly appreciated and received en- fined $5 and costs. 2182t. Keuka, Fla. or send your Prices Right-.Sat-

Island, S. C., is a guest ,of Mrs. JamesH. the home of Mr. L. C. Powell. thusiastic encore, to which they responded Percy Jones pleaded not guilty, and istac i 1h Guaranteed.!
Pollard, of Hampton.Mrs. with "Little Bo-Peep." the following well known gentlemenwere Geo. Gorman, the painter, is kept

Mrs. H. McCreary, of Gainesville, Mesdames R. S. Fernandez, G. C. sworn in as jurymen in the case: very busy at his trade. Mrs. S. J.
S. J. Sternburg left Tuesdayfor vice president of the Florida divisionU. Livingston, A. Price, Jay Brown and J. G. Crews, J. L. Peek, Frank Burn- Sternburg, Mr. J. M. Truby and Mr. F. M. Rivers Plow Co

a visit withher daughter, Mrs. R. D. C., spent Wednesday in the city, N. B. Hull served a delicious salad sed, H. Austin, J. W. Edwards, J. W. U. D. Miner are his latest patrons. ,

H. Barbour, of Jacksonville. and while here vas the guest of Mrs.J. course of coffee, chocolate, whippedcream Batten. They returned a verdict of Lake litter, Florida

M. Alvarez. Waldorf salad and chicken not guilty and Jones was discharged.D. You get a1! the important national, .*
Mrs. Wm. Edwards, Mrs. J. W. Ed- sandwiches.The state, county news in the Telegraph.
E. the
Knight, Esq., prosecuted
wards and Miss Onie Edwards were Misses Julia, Louise and Marguerite neat sum of $37 was realized. case and A. Z. Adkins, Esq., was de !
visitors to the metropolis Tuesday. Heiberger and their brothers.. B. Mrs. Denison, president of the Ladies fendant's attorney.
>O <
and Eugene Heiberger, of Theressa, Aid, made a graceful little speech, V
Mrs. James H. Pollard has returnedto were in the city last Tuesday. While thanking all for their co-operation in CHRISTIAN: ENDEAVOR.Mrs. .
her home in Hampton after a visit here they were the guests of Mrs. J. the afternoon's entertainment.Mrs. .
of several weeks at Savannah, Ga. W. White. Long was an ideal hostess-

gentle, gracious and ever considerate. John Lyles, once popular Elsa Sale Still Going i On

Roger Wells and E. B. Finlayson, Wedding solemnized tonight in the of the pleasure of_her guests. I Reinoehl, of Starke, is now located I
two young railroad men of Jackson school auditorium! Mr. Oliver Finally near Ocala. Address R. F. D. No. 7.
ville, spent the first of the week in Overtook and Miss Carrie Matchmaker :MRS. SWEAT ENTERTAINS READING .

Starke. Catchem will be united in marriagethis CIRCLE. Mrs M. M. Little, department edi- Goods arriving every day at the Qm...prices and bel
evening at 8 o'clock. Don't missit tor for work on the great state '
Messrs. N. T. Ritch J. M. 'Alvarez II
Admission, 25 and 35 cents. Mrs. G. C. Sweat entertained the union of Epworth leaguers, is a talented -
Come and be corniced.{
and Jack Dyal motored over to Rai- ter service.
reading circle of the :Methodist Missionary writer of long years of exper- .
ford last Thursday afternoon on a' Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson, Col. Society last Tuesday after- ience. We hope Endeavorers read her '';

business trip. W. T. Weeks and Mrs. J. E. Wilson noon at her home on Madison street. articles every chance they get. Mrs. We have a full line of Dry Goods, Shoes, Ladies',
went over to Lake Butler this weekto The reading and discussions were Little-lives in Ocala, where Endeavor :s
Col. and Mrs. D. E.
Knight spent attend s. meeting of the Eastern taken from "The Child in Our Midst." work among white folks, has not existed '
Tuesday in Green Cove Springs, Mr. Star.Irs.: Scott, grand matron of this It was also decided that the society for a long while, but we are hop- Gents'and Children's Wearing Apparel Our full line

Knight having been called thereon I organization, was in Lake Butler and give cycle teas in order to swell the ing for improvement, both the Chris- ,x' .

legal business. held an.. interesting meeting. treasury funds. tian and Presbyterian: churches have of Groceries is being sold at cost price-.-r,our a specially. f i

Mrs. Sweat entertained delightfully new, wide-awake pastors.Do !
Miss Mary Keown, of pet md, who Judge T. W. Sweat, justice of the and at the close of the business ses- : i

lectured on home economics last'Tues peace for the"Starke district, asks the sion served chicken salad, bread and watch the for
day afternoon, was a guest at the bea you "Campaign Cash Defe't StorePhone
home of Mr. N. T. Ritch.A Telegraph to for say re-election.that he will In makingthis not butter sandwiches and cocoa. Those Millions" diagram given often in "The Rosenberg I
candidate enjoying Mrs. Sweat's hospitality were Christian Endeavor World" to see how
anouncement Mr. Sweat wishes to Mesdames Stewart, Colley, L. A. Davis
its for the
Florida is faring in goal
son was born to Mr: and'Mrs. T. thank the voters of the district for 0. W. White, D. R. Edwards, J. A. increase and efficiency campaign end- 132 ;l 1
L. Wainright, of the Wateroak section him in the and .
their support of past Hendry and Miss Nannie Howell.BROWNOLIVER. Inter-
the New York
ing July, 1917 at 1I
the 22nd.
Tuesday, 'oungman's
to them of his lasting appre- -
assure if
national convention? Let us see we I
anniversary will always be cele- .
brated. ciation. cannot gain faster. >OO< .'

here will be interested to ,,7.
J. Hampton Jones was in Starke Friends A very pleasant wedding occurred at The Miami Metropolis said that the +**++H 1111111111111111111 111 M M j 'l 11 H H 111111111t
know that Mr. L. C. Ray, a former ,
the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Kel- I ,
,..; .Friday. He is now engaged in themercantile elected Presbyterian young people in Miami
Starke man, has been a mem- ly at the Truby Grove farm, on February -
business at The and' those of the Congregationalchurch'
Callahan. ber of the board of bond trustees of 17th the contracting parties be-
friends of Mr. Jones always I Cocoanut Grove were to ob-
many are the town of Dunedin. The town late- ing Mr.' Esten Brown and Miss Pearly t THE FARMERS 4RIEND
glad to see him. serve Christian Endeavor Day Feb-
in the of $25,000for +
ly issued bonds sum Oliver. The ceremony was conductedby t ..
ruary 6th, but no report of how the .
public improvements and Mr. Ray the Rev. A. J. Collins in the pres- .
N. 0. Weeks, of East ,Wakefield, N. his confreres will be charged with plans went have yet reached our of-
and of friends and relatives. '
H., was in Starke during the .week. of the improvements.The ence fice direct from either society.On Many Farmers of this community well-satisfied
the installation Those present were Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mr. Weeks property id the Law- I
citizens of Dunedin have shown L. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Brown, '
section and had come down to see Kelly, patrons of the Bank of Starke. This progressive Institu- .
tey that they know a good man when theysee Mr. and Mrs. Oliver, Mrs. Mollie Col- account of the great fair and

about improvements.An one. lins, Master Elias Collins, Miss Myra other hindrances coming early in Feb- | | tion is always on the alert for new means of better serv- ; ;

Brown, Mr. Martin Oliver, Master ruary, United Brethren workers of
automobile party consisting. of Elsewhere in this issue of the Tele- Raymond Oliver, Miss Myrtle Welch; Tampa postponed their C. E. week '. ing our farmer friends. .
Mr. and Mrs. -L. F. Turner, Mrs. C. P. tr .
in the month. Theyare
till later
graph can be found a reliable formulafor Misses Grace Boutwell, Lela Boutwell, program.
Cason, Miss Rhoda Lagergren and Mr. whitewash. Its cost is but a few Nona Brown, Willie May Welch, Eu- the kind there that will do well.
W. F. Edwards, took in the sights of Assistance in financing and marketing of
is ines Raiford Brown crops, ; ;
Gainesville Sunday. cents per gallon and its value nice Kelly, Messrs. AT HAMPTON SUNDAY.Rev. .
timable. A great many of the citizens Berry Kelly, Alf David, Seroy Collins, the purchase of new stock or equipmen and the improve- '
of Starke responded to the call Joseph Truby, Alva E. Collins.

Mrs. Emma Redd, of Jacksonville, of clean-up week and cleaned, paintedand After many congratulations all par- A. H. Cole, field secretary of ', ', ment of the farm itself are important features of our comprehensive ,' ,'
who is a Bradford county girl and was whitewashed, but there are many took of a bountiful repast, just the the Sunday School Board of the M. E. f

formerly Miss Cason, has gone to unsightly fences and outbuildings in kind that Mrs. Kelly could preparefor church, south, will be at Hampton on ;:; service. %

Hampton Springs, Fla., for the benefitof our town with, as yet, no sign of im such an occasion, which all enjoyedto Sunday, February 27th, and will speak' + t

her health. provement. Let's get busy and white- the utmost. in the afternoon to the teachers. and + +
wash.In all that are interested in Sunday Our officers will be pleased to hate you call the first

Rev. L. W. Kickliter filled his reg- "TIlE COMING MAN:' school work. It is requested that as t
time are in the neighborhood and Discuss with them '
Monteocha you ,
ular at Bap- will from Starke to
appointment a letter to the editor a South many as can go 1 i I

tist church last Saturday and Sunday.The let-. Florida subscriber pronounces the Tel- Last Sunday evening the different attend this meeting. the advantage of a checking account ?.in handling farm '
additions by
church had three egraph the best weekly in the state. churches of the town held a union ser- P. D. C. MEETING.The 1
good at
ter. The congregations were They have good papers in South Flor- vice at the Methodist church. There !+! finances.

each meeting.Mrs. ida and this compliment, coming from was a large and appreciative congre- i

that section, sounds good. If the Tel- gation, and the combined choirs fur- Daughters of the Confederacywill r
Henry Perry and family, who egraph had the advertising support nished most excellent music. Rev. H. meet next Wednesday afternoon, I

have been living in the Germantown that some of the South Florida papers G. Denison, of the Presbyterian church March 1st, at three o'clock, at the res- 1l nJlor; QJ r"

settlement for some time, left Wed- have we would do some stunts sure preached an earnest and instructive idence of Mrs J. P. Tomlinson. j
, nesday for Hawthorne to Join Mr. Per- I enough. Perhaps our business men !sermon' on the subject of 'The Com- !I
: who holds good position with a interest Brown & Son have lately shipped t STARKE111111111111111 -
ry, a will get wise to the possibilities of ing Man, which was of particular 0
naval stores firm there. I their field some day.J1.RKETS to parents and those entrusted strawberries to the frozen north. Some ;
to Manitoba.and oth- -
went Winnipeg, .
with the training of the young people. + ;
Mr. V. J. Valentine and Miss Maud I ers to Regina, Saskatchewan. i +++IIII++++++++++++1H.++++f#111 in41. 1 r
IMPROVING.Telegrams I ,
Fralick, of Providence, came to Starke !' + + !' ,% ; !' .!' !' + -- --- ::1
Valentine returned home 6. I __ = .-- -=:
Tuesday. Mr. ---- i.---- 1 1i
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the same day, but Miss Fralick stoppedover received Thursday morn- THIS IS FOR YOU.
for a week's visit with her brother ing by the Bank of Starke indicate '\ '!', i Price For A Limited himeI
Mr. J. O. Fralick. that the strawberry market is improving. ''' When the Telegraph advertises Special

R, Daetwiler & Co.. of Philadel- ,.. your entertainments free, and '!> Ii .
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Mrs. II. R. Sheldon, of Oil City, Pa., phia, wired the bank as follows: .* thereby causing them to be '!'. Best Cotton Plow Lines, 33ft. 19c. pair. \ ;
1 has arrived in Starke to join her mother "Strong strawberry market. Prices > known and attended, it is with ,. i =>e

Mrs. E. Strong. :Mrs. Sheldon's range from 20 to 25 cents." .*. the understanding that what l.> I Hardware Farming Implements I j

daughter, Miss Xorene, is on her way H. E. Schwitters & Sons, of New printing there is to be done in f- I .,'. ,

here, and soon after her arrival she York, wired as follows: ..* connection with them, in the way I Now is the time to investigate for your needs on the farm. My Iin will join her mother and Mrs. Strongin of tickets, programs, etc., be done Hoes Rakes Shovels Pitch FfSrks Plow Lines
"No fresh arrivals today. Market Planters, Fertilizer Distributors, :
a trip to points of interest on the at our office. This is only doing ,
East Coast. 20 to 25 cents..
f rr 'c "general that prices "0 "f' the printing is given < I MP .t rV nf tK< above articles is the largest in the county. A large variety from which i'' .

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.;,J'.J BRADFORD COUNTY : .... FEBRUARY 23: 1916.
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t morning and evening at the regular I Knight retired over to Starke last
: FIRE AT FERXAXDIXA LAKE BUTLER hours. The public is invited to attend. Sunday. *
TERRIFIC BATTLE WAGED IN CAR DAY EXERCISES OX-TIlE 22 Work on the Lake Butler church is A little laughter was born to Prof
One Life and Twenty Buildings Lost .Continued From Page 1.) being started this week.Methodist and Mrs. {. A. Draper February 14th.

in Blaze Mayor Jl D. Kelly, of Raiford, Was
NEAR DEPOT LAST FRIDAY NIGHT Sixth and seventh gradesMargaret Church in Lake IJtler Saturday.

Alma Andrews, Senato&A. D. Andrews of
Duncan, pitcher ,
; Raiford
I FERXAXDINA, Feb. 18.-One life The following is the plan of preaching ,
. catcher Yolan Jones, first base; El- was in Butler last week.
was lost and twenty houses, mostly ; services for the Lake Butler Laze
11 Savage Onslaught by Furious Combat- cars on an adjoining track, and two cottages and small business buildings sie Gillespie, second base; Evelyn Bennett charge: -

'I ants-Battle of Ypres Repeated others to run to the caboose for the along the waterfront section of Fer- third base; Eva May Swaverly, Lake Butler, 1st, 2nd and 4th Sun- The boaters of Lake Butler, whiff:

!; stretcher. The pole and the stretcherwere nandina, were destroyed by what is shortstop; Georgia Epperson, right by the vy includes every citizen,
Within Starke Corporate Limits used as a sort of fence to hold believed to be the most disastrous con- field; Margery Dekle, center field; days.Worthington Springs, 3rd and 5th from the youngest to the oldest, are

, back the bulls as they were driven into flagrations that has ever visited this Henrietta Rosenburg, left field. Sundays.All fighting hVrd: and planning for a mod
1 a corner by the trainmen. The latter The eight grade girls won the game heartily invited to worship withus. ern muni'pal light and water plant
THREE LEFT DEAD ON THE used the lanterns for signalling to city.The favorable direction of the high by the score of 19 to 18. which s ifs to be within a few months,
I each other ahead," "stop," In the afternoon the rooms were :
r "go wind is all that saved the complete of sight. Such improvements would
' FLOOR AND 3 WOUNDED "back," "close the switch and lock it," destruction of the city, according to open for inspection and pupils work boost this!lustling town away up.

etc. But "Kaiser Wilhelm" would not the belief of Chief of Police E. R. was exhibited. The rooms were taste- C. E. ProgramFor From ti-{ a way strawberries .
are be.
; Ringleaders Captured by Heroic Railroad brook capture, and in spite of shooings Hopkins.Joe fully decorated with palms, pine, flags, February 27, at 5:45 p. m., at I ing shipp<< l from this point one would
the most the etc. Each grade had their work exhibited the Baptist church:
and sulphurous lingo Resse a negro employed in think that was all that ever left this
Employes; After a Battle Un- railroad dictionary could furnish, he Jewell's saloon) next door to the place in their rooms. The High Topic, Exterminate the Saloon. How I market, gut further' investigation

precedented in Annals of History- broke out time and again. Then came where the fire had its origin, lost his school work was exhibited in the lab and Why? would she that cattle' and other live ;Ii?

Scenes Beggar Description-Com Section Foreman Parker and his gang, life in the blaze, it being impossibleto oratory and some interesting experi- Lesson. Heb. 2:1-14: -Evelyn Ben- stock ke4e here in solid trainloads j

toting the big manilla cable used in save him. His body was burned to ments in physics and chemistry were nett.Song. frequently to nothing of '
batants Carried to Jacksonville. case of wrecks, and this cable was a crisp. The entire $6,500 stock of also. performed. About four o'clockall ties of trifk. quanti-

, -- stretched across the pen. The conductor the saloon was consumed. departed, voting the day a success. Bible lesson read by all. Too mu*h cannot be said in
now lighted his fusees and stuck Such meetings are beneficialto Season of prayer. praiseof
Jacksonville fire fighting very
The Genius of Farce, who always the net$ Lake Butler Concert Band.
, them in the ground along the cable, which was rushed to the scene upon the pupils, teachers and patrons, as Short talks:
Starke his This has
stops over on journeys, organization just been
. and even "Kaiser Wilhelm" had to the urgent call for help, was turned it brings them closer together. We 1. The effect of alcohol on the body
. played some pranks here Friday night out with Vie latest an-1 best Conn instrumentsfcat .
respect such a line of defense. trust that next see all as- Maude Hunter.
back at Yulee at 3:15: o'clock, when it year may
while his from to Jack- the
on way Tampa The first, second and third line of was found that the fire was apparentlyunder sembled to celebrate the day again.In 2. The effect of alcohol on the mind city's expense, and
sonville. Hitherto he has attention
: few
paid although 'Ist a months old
o the
trenches having been captured, the evening big chicken pilau Miss Fogg.
now control. A special train bearing a '
t to humans this time he creditable.
only music is ifcost Mr.
; the gentler cattle were driven back several trucks and a steam engine was enjoyed on the shores of the beau- 3. Status of the saloon in our com- I J. W.Hamilton.Jan .
like Puck of old used dumb
into car. The dead ones had bee removed started from Jacksonville over the tiful lake, which reflected the light of munity-Elsworth Harper. engineering student of
brutes for his victims-not
exactly the of Florida
l bean-fed horse and the wounded ones gotten Seaboard at 2:15. Chief Haney, of the beautiful moon, making a appropriate 4. What can you and I do to help- Univeyty comes down
"beguiling the but IQ instruct
) to the
bovines instead. upon their legs. These cattle resumed Jacksonville, rushed to the scene in ending to the day. Hubert Bennett. every band.
using their to Jacksonville and the abstinence Marion Rich- Mr. Hampton is a capable director
journey his automobile so as to be there upon {y Total
The is
Telegraph reporter supposedto
and much credit for the
afternoon the bulls deserts progress -
following were the of his ard.
arrival men and fire fighting
be the first in Starke to hear of new Baptist Church
!: of tJI!
started the journey to meet the II Cor. Thelma
enterprises starting within our on apparatus.The The services at the Baptist church Journey through -
limits, and Saturday morning up he was same fate as the Austrians at Prze- fire spread with great rapidity.It Sunday were well attended and the interest Bailey. The Ea;;ern Stars held their reg-

asked by several about who it mysl. And thus ended an episode was first discovered at 2:15 o'clock good. At the morning servicewe Mission study, IndiaQuiz.Roll ular monttly: meeting Monday night
persons I
was that was going to start a bologna which will long be remembered by and by 3 o'clc-k it was burning at received one by letter into the fellowship call.Critic's Mrs. Luln? M. Scott, of Fort Meade,
those who took a part in it. While the three each grand matron for the state of Florida
factory in Starke. He was told that places, three blocks apart. of the church. At the evening report. ,
boys of the rail risked their own lives Starting at Second street the stiff Song. was preset! adding unusual interestto
the stock pen at the depot held a num- service two noble young people were
they were very careful not to hurt the wind blew the big cinders and ash Benediction.Rev. the meting.AN : .
ber of bulls, delivered by a train. baptized and three more of God's chosen .
The and cattle. particles for three blocks to Fifth received for
reporter went to the pen ones were baptism.
sure enough, there were ten big fat FLORIDA'S GREAT PROGRESS IN street and from Fifth street the blaze These have set an example that kings S. S. Proctor spent Saturdayand AMPHIBIOUS EXISTENCE.

bulls. They looked like they had been leaped to Eighth street. The firemen and queens would do well to follow. Sunday at Baldwin and reports .. -

on a spree, sleepy and tired, with ROAD MAKING who were joined in their efforts by Our regular services will be held as good meetings.Mr. Mr. W. .1. Peek, formerly of Starke
volunters ,
scratches on the bodies and blood many succeeded in confiningthe before, the first and third Sundays in Ernest W. Tyler, the courteous but now it Oneida, Ark., sends
blaze these us
around the horns. That is all but (Written for the Annual Progressand to three streets. Six a
one, each month, and everybody requestedto and friendly representative of the letter witha: renewal of his subscription
a big, fine, slate-colored Guernsey bull Prosperity Edition of the Lake- buildings were reduced to ashes on attend. Our prayer meeting service Jacksonville Times-Union, was in town to the Telegraph. He closes his
; with horns land Telegram Hon. W. A. McRae. Second street, eight on Fifth street I
sawed off. He had been by ) deserves special mention. We meet on this week on business. letter flows
named "Kaiser Wilhelm" on accountof Florida is in the limelight on the and six on Eighth street, making a total each Thursday evening at 7 o'clock and Mrs M. Singer, Mr. and Mrs. Sam- as :

his pugnacity, for as soon as one subject of Good Roads and the year of twenty structures destroyed in there we have a real feast of good uel Singer returned last Monday from "We arc;n the midst of the greatest

f of his fellows laid down to rest, this 1915, which has just passed into his- the blaze.It things. Everyone usually takes part Gainesville, after visiting Mr,and Mrs. flood that 4 rkansas has experienced in
made him will stand out the greatest in is impossible to judge the exact 25 years. Clivers are now on a stand,
bully get up again. tory, as and all of us feel that we have been M. Sobol, their relatives.
the of the State roads damage resulting from the confla- water sevijal feet deep all around us
Smelling a "story" here, the reporter history for good sitting together. Mrs. J. E. is rela- ,
Harper visiting
; went to work and gathered thec"UoWl'ng' enthusiasm and good road building.The gration, but it is conservatively esti- but in a iV weeks, without another
tives in
mated that the loss will be between The pastor preaches at Melrose on Jacksonville this week. rise
year 1915 brought to Florida we erect to be able to stand on
second and fourth Sundays, morningand Mr. J. M. Rivers and daughter, Miss
I $25,000 and $35,00(3.( solid >!1. Arkansas is old
Williams of the Dixie Highway, which will connect grou a grand
The before C. ,
day ,
I evening and at Orange Heightson Thelma, of Fort Meade, are in Lake
t cattle the southern extremity of the peninsula A defective flue in a restaurant ad- state if w| do have to get around in
had loaded I
Alachua, thirty-seven j
I the afternoons of the second and Butler. Mr. Rivers was wired for to "
into a car, to be sent to the Southern of Florida with Straits of Mackinnac joining the Jewell saloon is said to fourth Sundays. The outlook for the be at the bedside of his mother boats parb'of the time. .
j Mrs.l I 0
have been the cause of the fire. ...J .
Cattle Co. of Jacksonville to be and border on the
con i
future here in Lake Butler is bright Mary Rivers, who is very low
I verted into beef. Peggy came ambling north, passing through populous cities None of the valuable waterfront The grp'id opening sale of the Ros-
along on her return journey, pick- and rich sections of the country, and properties in the business section were ,. Messrs. 1. Moskowitz and J. Mimow- enberg Department Store will open
itz. of Gainesville here
is destined become the of reached, nor the residential section. Christian ChurchIn were this weekon without l 15
ed up the stock car and brought it to greatest filii on Tuesday, February ,
to Starke, and Charley Strickland set all automobile highways. This was due to the favorable direction the services at Starke last Sun- business. They are the proprietors at the J. \'. Carter store building on

it off on a sidetrack until the next The West Florida Highway, which of the wind. -_ day the interest was especially good. i of the Gold Eagle Grocery Company. Call streeti A full line of shoes, dry

northbound freight should come along was designated at an organization road building history of Florida. During The attendance at the morning ser I Mr Plumere Moore and wife left on goods, hat--, and groceries and feed of

and take it to Jacksonville.The meeting held in Marianna, Fla.,' No- this year pledges must be made young people were present. The audi- Saturday for their home in Orlando. all kinds. Entire stock of about $5,000

cattle were tired from standingup vember 11, 1915, and the constructionof good and the counties across northern I vice better and a large number of Mrs. Moore was called to the bedside must go i

and parrying the jolts from the which is absolutely pledged, extends Florida, from Escambia to Duval inclusive ence at night was large and had a of her mother, Mrs. J. B. Crews, some I _y ,. '

rough track, and as soon as they re from' Tallahassee, the capitol will be called on to completethe specially large proportion of men. time ago, but we are glad to state that Cons DM *rn, otttr liatfliis! Vn't tin h

covered from the excitement of the city of Florida on the east to the construction of the trans-state Next Sunday will be the regular Mrs. Crews is rapidly improving.Mr. I The worst ca...*. no matter of how long standing, A
journey they laid down, and those who boundary line between Florida and road, and I believe that every county day at Lake Butler and Rev. Coleman and Mrs. J. E. Douglass, Mrs.C. are cured I,*" the wonderful, old reliable Dr.Porter's .

had any cud left over from the last Alabama on the west. It was this will respond and do its part. The will preach in the Baptist church both J. Knight and Mr. and Mrs. Sam I Pain and Aiv time septic at the Healing name tinge Oil isc It.6Oc.relieve$L. '
feeding, went to chewing it. Along in organization that first declared for an counties along the west coast will

I the night "Kaiser Wilhelm" arose, "All Florida" route for the Old Span- also put themselves in line and I be- I. 1 .1.1j

I stretched, curled his tail and-here'* ish Trail and which successfully secured lieve that before the end of the coming I-

where the trouble started.A the designation of the same at year the Old Spanish Trail route will

little later Agent T. J. Griffin the Old Spanish Trail Conventionheld witness the construction of more milesof

heard a frightful noise from the direc- in'Mobile, Ala., on December 10 god hard-surfaced roads than along Another Lot of Mules in transit --.

tion of the stock car. The cattle were, and 11, 1915. And this Old Spanish any other continuous highway in this

apparently, killing each other. He Trail was designated to continue country. It will not merely witness

hastily went to the scene of the trou- through the State of Florida, along the awakening from a Rip Van Win- 4i

,, ble. Here was pandemonium! All the the Gulf Coast, until it reaches the kle sleep,for Old Rip only slept for ,
bulls of Bashan could not have made a city of Tampa: where DeSoto landed twenty years, but it will be the awaken It

worse noise, and the air was redolent and started on his travels which endedon ing from a slep of centuries. The k

i with the odor of musk. Clashing of the banks of the Mississippi. This pathway, or trail, of Hernando DeSoto R

I horns, bellowing, stamping and bump- Trail will belt the State of Florida from the waters of Old Tampa Bay t ,

ing. The car rocked till there was danger and be extended on beyond its western to the shores of Mobile Bay, will be ;,

I of the king pins breaking. Mr. boundary to the Golden Gate on the paved and will open up to travel a t

Griffin aroused some negroes from the Pacific Coast. highway that will have no superior a-

work train and futile attempts were Did I say "belt Florida?" Yes, for anywhere.But .).

made to pacify the animals by means from the city of Tampa, on the Gulf road construction is by no means ;

of jabs with sticks, but there was Coast, it will cross the State, connect being confined to the Dixie Highwayand .
nothing doing. In the melee the with the Dixie Highway at Miami and the Old Spanish Trail; they are .
brutes were jumping over each other follow that highway along the Atlantic ouly mentioned to show what is being

and the ceiling was bumped by horns Coast to Jacksonville, and thence west done on two great thoroughfares. All
I till the roof of the car threatened to until it again reaches the city of Tal- overthe State the Good Roads move-

: come off. lahassee. And to form a connecting ment is at feverheat. Escambia

I A labored panting was at last heard link in the "belt" one of the greatest county is arranging to bond for one

from the direction of Lincoln City and permanent steps in road building in million dollars; Polk county for one

the headlight of the freight heaved in the State of Florida was inauguratedwhen million, or more if necessary; Duval

sight. Soon the train came up and Lee county and Dade county, hopes to have another million dollar

stopped. Mr. Griffin immediately had last November, voted upon and car- bond issue; seven different countiesare .

,, the engineer cut the engine off and ried bond issues to provide funds for contemplating bond issues of halfa
push the stock car to the chute so that building the first trans-state road million or more; ten counties are '
: the cattle could be turned into the across Southern Florida. endeavoring to arrange for bond issues

i pen. This was done, but when the door The awakening of some of the ranging from one hundred thousandto

I was opened the combatants were too backward counties in Florida duringthe two hundred and fifty thousand dol

busy to accept the invitation. It was year 1915 to the importance of lars. These counties are scattered

the second battle of Ypres over again, road construction, was most wonder throughout the State. The movementis

I' a fight with bayonets, pikes and what f ul. The success of the Dixie Highway growing steadily and before the end

I t not. The engineer wasted forty pounds project, across the northern tier of of 1916 there will be few, if any,
I I' 1 of steam by letting it out of the cylin-I I Florida counties, was practically assured counties in Florida that will not be
der cocks and tooting such an alarm as'I II when the county of Leon, in actively engaged in constructing road.
f the book of rules had never dreamed which is situated the capital city of systems. I

of, in order to scare the cattle out, but' Florida, voted a bond issue of $200,000 And best of all, Florida now has a 4
.f I he did not succeed before he had cou- And then came little Wakulla and sur- State Road Department. While this

: pled on the hose and deluged the belligerents -, prised the entire state by also voting Department has no authority to build 1 1
with water. bond issue for road construction. roads it is
I, : | a authorized to act in an advisory
When the bovines came out it was Levy county, down on the Gulf Coast, capacity and also to check up 1,
found that they were of all sorts of : fell in line and numerous other counties and put a stop to extravagant and 1 1 I 1 tit-'r"

colors and previous condition of ser- in which it had been impossible wasteful methods through which the J. '"
I vitude and that the altogether heretofore to counties' c
company was arouse any good roads funds are sometimes

i too mixed for peace. Ten of i' enthusiasm, have bonded and are dered without results being obtained.squan- Our Mr. J. W. Andrews Sr. has been in the| market this
I : them were bulls. Six were down on building. Peerless Pinellas, the pen- The D-plrtment will have a State i

I f the floor,, three of which were dead. insula county, bonded for $750,000, Road Commissioner and his services *

, Ip the pen the cattle resumed their and so the story goes. Official sta- will be available, free of charge, to .

:, pranks and they acted as if they had tistics for 1915 are not yet available, all counties asking for advice as to week and has purchased another lot of high grads Mules. The
gone crazy. ( but when the same are published the the best methods of road constructionand
It was plain that the pugnacious totals will show that Florida is away the proper material to use.
iL'f '! bulls must be separated from the oth-I ahead of all other Southern States, Watch Florida! The year 1916 is :'

I : er cattle, but it was worth a and well up with the leading com- going to be a great one in the con- stock should arrive in Starke Saturday and will hi for inspection
,. ; life to enter the pen. Still, railroad monwealths in road construction and struction of Good Roads throughout ready -

,;. ; men are never timid, and although bond issues for the year. the State. .e tr:
i t none of the train crew had taken even I And now we enter 1916-a year For Children's ,
I : correspondence school in that has much in Cough of the
I a course cow- store_in_the way_ofSciatica's You cannot use anything better for public.y
boyship they all to decidedto
a man, --- child's
your cough and cold
than Dr. }
tackle the job. The engineer pickedout )
Piercing Pain King's New .
Discovery. It is ,
his heaviest monkey-wrench from To kill the prepared .
nerve pains of sciaticayou from pine tar mixed with .
his tool chest; the fireman stuffed his can always depend on Sloan's and soothing balsams. healing
shirt bosom full of stone coal and liniment. It penetrates to the tain does not con-
grabbed his long poker; the flagmen! of pain and brings seat anything harmful and is slightly J. W.
as soon as it laxative, just enough to expel the ANDREWS &! SON.
took their flags, the conductor on is applied. A great comfort too with sons from the system. Dr. poi- :
armful of fusees. Each of the men Sloan's is that no rubbing is required. New Discovery is King's
I' his lantern in hand for after antiseptic-kills the
had one Sloan's Liniment is invaluable for cold germs-raises the f
sundown a railroad man can't even stopping muscular or nerve pain of the cough and ; '
cuss the dispatcher unless he is armed any kind. Try it at once if you suffer. tion. Don't put off soothes the irrita- '
with lantern. One assumed the treatment. Coughsand f .
a man with rheumatism, lumbago, sore throat solds often lead to STARKE FLA.
role of field marshal and had two hus- pain in chest, sprains, bruises, etc. It troubles. It is also serious lung ,
good for
darkies to take from the tender adults
ky is excellent for neuralgia and head- and the aged. Get I
i the pole that is used for pushing the ache. 25e at all druggists. ((3)) druggists. a bottle today. (8)(All 0', -

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ci r + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + WILL FLORIDA BECOME AN Oil I to buy equipment for the Association. '; '\j

+ LEGAL NOTICES 4ORDER PRODUCER ""A' When the committee made their reports -

\ + + + + + t + + + + + + + + + + I they had subscribed about $25

I from the business min of Starke.

OF PUBLICATION' A number of leases have recently; These funds were greatly appreciatedby
IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF! been reported as having been made of Worn Out?
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL the association and the school as a
CIRCUIT large tracts of land in
Florida oil
OF FLORIDA IN AND by whole. This shows that the businessmen

FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. operators from other states who an No doubt you are, if want their school and town
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY planning to bore suffer from of the rep-
test wells
to find out you any
resented in the world of .
Comer L. Peek and Chas A. sports.A
whether oil in P numerous ailments to
Complainants paying quantities car
number of of basket ball
I games
versus be found in that State. It is said that which an women are sub
Bradford County Development ject. Headache, back- have been played, the score resultingas
many indications give promise of oi
Company a Corporation. ache, sideache, nervousness follows:

This cause coming on Order to be beard of Publication.upon motion in quantities. 44 weak, tired feeling, Lake Butler (25) vs Starke (20)).
of complainant for an order of publica Mr. W. T. Wells of Melbourne, Fla., are some of the symptoms Gainesville (57) vs Starke (3).
the above named defendant, in a letter to the Manufacturers Record and must rid
tion against and you Lake Butler (26)) vs Starke (13)). :J.
it appearing unto the court that said defendant gives some interesting information i yourself of them in orderto c
it a domestic corporation of the State of Flor feel well. Thousandsof Green Cove Springs (15) vs Starke
ida: that there is no person within the State on the subject. He writes: ((31)).
.f Florida the service of a subpoena upon There is belief that then women, who have
a growing
whom would bind said defendant; that the .f- been benefited by this Although we have three defeats ..
fleet of said corporation are absent from the is oil under some parts of this State remedy, urge you to against one victory, we think the team
State of Florida and have been for a period A few days ago I received a letter
of six months prior to the filing of the above has played exceptionally ,
from Hon. P. A. Vans Agnew one of TAKE
of the
the size
suit! ering and experience
It is therefore ordered considered adjudged the leading attorneys of the state and teams will recall that
and decreed that said Bradford County; associated with the J. G. White Go's opposing as you
this is at basket ball.
Development Company appear and defend the our season
action brought against it for the foreelousre interests, in which he said: I.'
of two certain mortgages upon land situate in "Your oil intentions particularly interest Cardui The last game was played in Green
Bradford County. Florida by Comer L. Peek Cove Springs against the representatives -
and Chu. A. Smith in the Circuit Court of me, as the possibility of finding School.It .
of the
the Eighth Judicial Circuit of the State of: oil has been a hobby of mine for many; Clay County High
Flood, in and for Bradford County. Florida was a hard fight from start to fin-
in C raeer7. years. About two years ago we formed ish and when the smoke of battle
It to further ordered that this order be published a local oil company in Kissimme The Woman's TonicMrs. ,
week for the of cleared the stood 31 to 15
once a space two months ] away score
and went down about 1800 feet Unfortunately -
in the Bradford County Telegraph a newspaper in favor of Starke. To mention the t
of general circulation published in Stark* the company became final i Sylvania Woods, I
Bradford County Florida. Clifton Ky. : stars of the game would be to name
cially embarrassed for lack of satis P says
AND ORDERED at Chambers, in
DONE the entire Starke team. The boys were
Gainesville. Florida this 23rd day of Decem. factory response from the stockholders "Before taking Cardui,
of Green
bet A. D. 1915. J. T. WILLS. to assessments, and the machinerywas I was, at times; so weak I treated royally by the people
i-3l-2mths. Judge. Cove while in their little city.
sold. My friends are contemplating could hardly walk, and SPEAR and BEASLEY.U. .

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED; reorganizing the company with the pain in my back and
4868. LAWS OF FLORIDA. the intention of boring 3000 feet. Al head nearly killed me. S. WILL AWAITGERMANY'S

Hereby notice is given that Mary O. Wainwriyht. the point where the boring was discontinued After taking three bottlesof NEXT MOVEContinued
purchaser tax Certificates numbered
respectively 117 and 176. issued by the Tax they were drilling in an intensely Cardui, the pains dis- ,

Collator of Bradford County Florida. Eachof hard rock, the hardest that the Now feel as ( From Page 1)). x
said certificates twine dated the 4th day contractor had ever struck, and he appeared.
of Au ust. A. D. 1913. has filed said certificates well as I ever did. Every
in my office and has made applicationfor had bored in Pennsylvania and the P It has been intimated that the Unit-
tax dead to issue in accordance with law. was an experienced oil contractor who suffering woman ed States may refuse armed merchantmen

The following said certificates!ant in Bradford respectively County embraces Florida.the middle West fields. This rock, I be- try CarduL" Get abottlo entrance to American ports and r

Asst-ksed at the date of the issuance of such ieve, is called Trenton rock in the East today. E-6S. may decline to give passports to the

certificates in the names respectively! herein and the oil is usually found under it,. I Americans desiring to travel on such
after., particularly set forth to-wit:
Certificate No. 117 embraces S'.. of Lot 3, About a year ago they commencedto "y : vessels. In either case there is likelyto .
and all lot 4. St'(!. 'i, Tf 6, S. R. 20- 120 acres bore near Ocala but ran out ol: Le considerable trouble; in the first
.\: (..:;<-d 1:n II nowa. tii
Certificate No. 178 embraces NE
Sec. 13. Tp 7, S. R. 22 E-40 acres. Assessed Sanford, and it is rumored that a flowing NEWS OF THE SCHOOL abroad, and in the second, because of :t

L. M. Little. well has been struck at Plant City) from citizens. The t
Unless said certificates shall be redeemed according (Continued From Page 1). I protests our own
to law. tax deed will issue thereon on and is "capped" and being kept quietat : result is, as one authority has put it,

the 13th day of March A. D. 1916. present. that the United States is "between the .
Mr. Hallipan to the
Witness my hand and official seal this the explained boys I
Sth day of February A. D. 1916. While I do not pretend to be a.. the nature of Scout work, telling them devil and the deep sea" and will simply

W. T. WEEKS geologist, I have always maintainedthat that a Scout must be trustworthy, have to wait for something to turn ,
Seal) Clerk. Florida had been formed over a before definite stand is taken.
up any -
By R. A. WEEKS. loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous,
M1-5U Deputy Clerk. from the Appalachian range, and -
spur kind obedient cheerful
thrifty, brave,
-"- that consequently while the surface is Now is the time to get your straw-
NOTICE OF ELECTION. clean and reverent.At .
I berry tickets. We print them for you
By the powers vested on them by the School the very newest formation, we arc this meeting there were three
Laws of Florida, the Board of Public Instruc underlaid by the oldest. Consequently on short notice. Good stock, low J
tion of Bradford county orders an election to that oil would patrols organized the Wolf Patrol, prices I II MITCHELL'S DRUG STCRI}
be held on the 30th day of March 1916. at it would seem possible Homer Limbaugh, leader; Panther Patrol I I "
Zif school house to vote on the establishment be found on both slopes of this bedrock Trial size 10 cents. ii
leader Crow You all the national
Drayton Patrol
get important ,
Special Tax District, to elect three trus ; "
t of a We Lave the exclusive selling rights for vulsi -at laxative j
tees and to determine the amount of millace Horace Wilson, leader. After state, county news in the Telegraph. THE REXALL STORE f.
to be assessed The boundaries of said districtto In this connection it may be interest the business was over the boys stood [ \
include sections 1, 2, 3, 10. 11. 12. 13, 14, 15, ing to mention that just before the discovery ff:1
22. 23. 26. !T. and holding up their right hands took I -- > <

Managers of election J. D. Thomas. A, P.Tall. of oil in Louisiana some years the following oath; "On my honor, I I -
J. W. Lewis I Record received
F. G. SCHELL, ago the Manufacturers will do my best-First, to do my dutyto
of the best
Secretary and Superintendent a letter from one God and my country and to obey .f PROII'r-SIlARING
in the state of m GIVE 11
NOTICE OF ELECTION posted business men"You know there the Scout laws. Second to help other ,

By the power vested in them by the School Louisiana. lIe said: people at all times. Third, to keg;:;
Laws of Florida the School Board hereby or- are no minerals in Louisiana, and he myself physically strong .
rttrs an election to be held at Thomas schoolhouse in the fact that mentally
in Special Tax District No. 26. on the indicated his belief awake and morally straight." the lIi h Cost of
10th of March 1916 for the election of three Louisiana would have to depend upon The affairs of the Boy Scout organi I Reduce Living II 11
trustees for the next two years and to deter its agricultural and timber resources
mine the amount of millage to be assessed. zation are managed by a National

'hn Clemons, J. D. Pearce and J. A. Doug- for its future development. Since council, composed of some of the most., by Trading with f I
lass are rppointed as managers. then, Louisiana has become one of the
F. G. SCHELL. prominent men of our t'ountry-such ... : 'I
Secretary and Superintendent. great oil producing and refining Statesof I as Woodrow Wilson, honorary presi A. ,! 1
of nat As i
center great
the Union, a \
dent 1
NOTICE OF APPLICATION' TAX DEED of about ; William H. Taft, honorary vice S Jl"""
UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER ural-gas activities, a producer president; Theodore Roosevelt, second rJI !'! !! LJt1llJ": IIJ: It .,,!
4Ssg. LAWS OF FLORIDA. one-half of the world's output of sulphur honorary vice president and Collin H K ':. ; t il
Notice is hereby given that C. F. and J. C. and is know recognized as probably ." J t
Hoover partners as Hoover Brothers purchasers Livingston, Washington, D. C., pres fOR
of Tax Certificate No. 146. dated the 4th the best place, natural advantages ident. FOR t ,\
A. D. 1913 has filed said certificate known to scientist I _
day of August : being considered,
The aim of the'
Boy Scouts is to '
and has made applicationfor
in office
my for the O ia
tax deed to issue in accordance with law. in this or any other country promote the ability and the growth in

Said certificate embraces the following described manufacture of: chemicals on a very boys to do things for themselves and U iU i
situated in Bradford county, Record.
property it
Florida. to-wit: larrge[ scale.-Manufacturers for others, and it is hoped that the R \ ....' .a R

Lot 2. Blk 6 in Lincoln City. Sec. 3::'. Tp. 130000.00 Dollars. I citizens of Starke will take a great interest it
6. S. R. 22 East The said land being assessed Thousand /
of the subscribing I I
at the date of the issuance of such certificatein Thp names and residence in the movement and will en-
with, the amount lIub'cribed 'B
the name of Willie Pernell. Unless said incorporators together follows: courage the boys in their work. CATALOG = : CA.TALOGJ.
for ,
are as -
certificate shall be redeemed according to law. W. B. Young Starke Florida Five shares. DRAYTON COLLEY. \ .5 .5' .
tax deed will issue thereon on the 20th day of A. Starke Florida Five shares.
A. Culbert
)larch. A. D. 1916. shares I.
Jordan Starke. Florida, Five
1. E.
Witness my official signature and seal this Florida. Sixty shares.L. .
the 12th day of Febrcary. A. D. 1916. M. I. Young. .Starke.E. JORDAN.W. Basket Ball Teams.In S. BROWNI.I

W. T. WEEKS. B. YOUNG.A. October the school girls organized .
(Seal) Clerk. A. CULBERT.M. .
[ the Basket Ball Club. The first
2-18-5t By R. A.Deputy WEEKS.Clerk.NOTICE State of Florida.. I. YOUNG. need of the club was money. In order CALL TODAY AND I NVESTltsATE HOW YOU CAN PROCURE: BEAUTIFUL AND USEFUL

County .f Bradford. a to; meet this need the girls sold candy, ARTICLES BY REDEEMING OUR COUPONS; AND CERTIFICATES ISSUED WITH
FOR said County
()F INTENTION TO Before me. a notary in and for I :
LETTERS PATENT. and State personally appeared W. B. Young asked for subscriptions and paid their EVERY CASH PURCHASE .. v .
Notice is hereby given that the undersignedwill .\. A. Culbert L. E. Jordan and M. I. Young. dues. By these means the nice sr-i of
apply to the Honorable Park Trammell. to me well known to be the persons describedn
Governor of the State of Florida on the 17th and who subscribed their names to the $;-10 was raised. Two basket ball courts TL.1'

day of March A. D.. 1916. for letters patent 'oregoing proposed Charter and they severally were then equipped, one for the Grammar re t.
incorporating THE YOUNG TRADING COMPANY irknowledted before me that they executed the
under the following proposed charter ame for the purposes therein expressed.IN school and one for the High ,
the original of which i is now on file in the WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto school. Since that time the High "
office of the Secretary of State of Florida.W. ;et my hand and affixed my seal this the 16th
B. YOUNG.A. !a, of February. A. D. 1916.EVERETT. school has played six games as follows -
L. E. JORDAN.M. Notary Public.
I. YOUNG. Vmmission expires 4th day of August. 1919. Starke High School (7) vs Lake i "

Proposed Charter of THE YOUNG TRADING Seal) _2-18-Bt Butler (40).

undersigned COMPANY.The hereby associate. themselves .-!NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE. Starke High School ((13)) vs Waldo

'Hrether for the purpose of forming a conior- Notice is hereby given that Thirty days af- (0)).
Rtion under and by virtue of the state of Florida t..r date hereof. I will apply to the Honorable Starke High School ((36)) vs Waldo
with the following proposed charter: AO. .\. Gardiner. County Judge of Bradford I I E I IIII.
Article I. Bounty. Florida for an order to sell at private ((10)). ,
The namp of th;s corporation shall lit THE sale the undivided one-thirteenth: interest Starke High School ((21)'s Lake I.@IIII !,I
and its buincss Annie May Nipper.rim.r .
YOUNG TRADING COMPANY ch of Ulrmr Nipper and
shall be transacted and conducted in the heirs c.f S. P. Nipper, deceased in adn Butler (25). :.;
state of Florida and other states of the United ;o the following described lands situate in Starke High School ((2 ;) vs Starke LESS"t pu
States of America wherever profitable noce ira.iford County Florida tl-\\it: Lot 12 and "ROSE SELLS !IT FOR hII
Grammar; Cchool .
"ssary or ron\vneit. the principal place of h-ilf of lot 11. Section '31 > aid the iki .
lwino..s shall 1 in the city of Starke: Bradford of Section Starke School Green !Ih ; .
"rot half of the southwest quarter High (30) vs !' Full Fun Full Fun -ire ..
County, Florida. ,..::, il! ;n township I iSl t south of range i2m :ove ((6)). 12 QU. 4 Qts 8 Qu. 12 Qu. d I
Article 2. ascontainins in all 240 acres more or Club51,00 ; !
The general nature of the business; or businesses CS!" Starke Grammar School ((26)) vs .v t 1 Murray, Hill SI.95 $1165 S7.I5 $10.70 ; "' .,
to be transacted or conducted l>y said: MRS. G..1. NIPPER Green; Cove (12). IUt good whakey: I S2.851$5.50 '! Ilu I li kl ', !' all I a
corporation shall be: I-jnrdian for Ulnwr and Annie May Nipptr. Four Roses S 1,501 $10.50 $15.00 y U eh ,iSi'' ; ;i; I II')' t ,
The Girls! Basket Ball Club { II
To tnirapp in a wholesale and retail mercan- minor heirs of S. P. Nipper, deceased. greatly I ,I I
tile business, to manufacture rosin snits of January 24.: 1916. l-*-t. appreciates the interest that the citizens Banner Rye 51.ooSI'95 $3.65 $7,15 $10.70) 7 4 4,a II I1!IIII' I
turpentine and all other kinds of naval storesand - ----- Hud in old Kentucky, II IS I '' I I II 1 'UJt
of Starke have shown { II,
tradeor by givingo
its by-products! and to carry on any NOTICE.In choice whiskiy. '
business incidental thereto or connected County Judge's Court. Bradford County, liberally of their money at the timef 'WHIN YOU THINK Of J & very $10.70 II (I I'il' I1
$1.95 $3.65 II
exchangefor Lewis 66" $1.00 II' tlI II i !'
herewith, to buy. sell mortgage organization III
itself agents for others. all kinds of > by -
or as Lanirford. deceased.To '
Estate of J. N. i i
real or personal property to borrow money In re Alice: E. Langford. Neal Wills Langford.laurice patronage of the games. JROSE> Cream of Kentucky ,80, $1.501$2,90 $5.65 $ 8.45 dI li II IIII III

for the use of the company and to issue notes Gerald Langford. John Curby Lang- There will be several other All the abort prices UprtAa collect ii IItt ii dir iii III
other end to deal in mortgages games
or therefor
security and H. C. Richard and all other interned -
notes, stocks bonds or other negotiable ford' parties. Greeting: his: season, and it is hoped that the Mathewson Standard, Bottled In Bond : :
the paper in connection with the business of You and each of you are hereby notified that lub will have a successful team next

corporation lice E. Langford as administratrix of the 7Sel 2 full quarts $1.40; 4 full Quarts 13.65J S full
Article 3. N. Langford. deceased late of season. MISS LEOLA FAULK. I full Quart
of J.
I The capital stock of this corporation shall be "Iradford tate county. Florida has filed in the above quart 15.10112 full quarts $7.50. 01 ,

Ten Thousand CJ10.000.00) Dollars to bp divided .amed court at Starke. Bradford County Flor- Put up In Fives I Bottle 2 Bottle 4 Bottles 8 Bottles 12 B9retDUFFY'S ,
into one hundred shares of the par val for order of this Camp Fire Club. .
praying an 6.65 $ 9.95
I ue of One Hundred Dollars each payment for da. a petition MALT .90 $1.75 $3.40 $
authorizing said
said received in cash or capital stock may be $2.40 $4.65 $ 9.15 $13.70
of and sell according $1.25
ioner to take possession Blank Labil .
: in property real or personal at a fair and School have . \
described real estate high begun an organiza-
following JIj1a
law. the 17.00
to 35
Just be fixed by the $1.65 $3.20 $5.75 $11
therefor to ;
: Board of Directors of this corporation. portion of the assets of the said estate of ion: of a Camp Fire Club. Two charters Fathers . .
Langford, deceased : said real estate lyng $1.50 $2.85 $5.50 $10.50 $15.00 <
I. HAIQ & HAlO Three Star .
Article 4. have been for for the
i exist The shall term be for Ninety-Vine which said Years.corporation shall and; and more bung particularly; in Bradford described county as, Florida follows.owit ., two:: camps, whose applied guardians, are tobe HAIQ & HAIQ Five Star $1.90 $3.60 $7.00 $ J I

:I Article 5. : the West half of Block Number One Miss Faulk and Miss Darby. EROS( )
subdivision of NE'i of SEt in
in Gaskin
Thp business of this corporation shall tic JJAtK
conducted by the following officers: A President. ",'action 29. Township 6. South. Range 22 East, The Camp Fire girls of America V.O.S.BLACK ARMOR ( )
the of paying indebtedness of the V
Vice President. Secretary and Treasurer or purpose vas organized two years ago to try
of raid
the personal assets estate
Secretary, and a Board and Treasurer of three Directors may be held the by officeof one
and the same person, said board of directorsmay .Mate and the indebtedness of said estate still scouts are doing for the boys. Amonghe 1 Full 2 Full 4 Full 8 Full 12 Full 44! i..Mttiiiiiiiiiui1VjmiimeiifrtiiriHiiQuart

be changed from time to time by amend- einit unsatisfied. board of directors Miss Quart Quart Quart > .fe
original Quart Mplrtnu '
of the by-laws but shall at no time be Therefore, you and each of you and all I are Thu offer lilt" to secure
rent than Three nor more than Seven. The .her interested parties are commanded that. Fane Addams. Mrs. Sidney Lanier and $1.00 $1 .75 S3.50 S6.25 S8.50Sr.prtei tl ettbertthl I out }""* pin 1t K-'CS t'J
directors shall be elected by the stock holders lying all other business aside, you will bend .. :
at each annual meeting and all other officersof appear before me at my office in Town I Irs. Ella Flagg Young.It All the above prices express COlleCt ..... Rose, Cbattanoogi: PletviLlp rye f the tollewtif,lot
Bradford County. Florida on Thnrsay. is to be hoped that the people of .
this corporation shall be elected annually 'f Starke.
? ........
which enclosed plots Kud money crfit for I.I .
by the board the 30th day! of March A. D. 1916. at 4I
of directors as soon as may be he town will take an interest in the
after the annual meeting of the stockholders. n o'clock a. m.. on said day, to show cave, | ALWAYS DO WHAT I SAY I WILL DO S

The annual meeting of the stockholders shall :! any you can why I should not rant the Camp Fire Girls and encourage them. ........... ,.................. .........'. ...................
U- held on thp first Monday of July of each 'rnycr. of sa'd petition. KATHLEEN ALVAREZ. ;
sear or at a time to be fixed by the by-laws.
t'ntil the officers elected at the first annual "Irn.ffoH County. Florida. this 23rd day oft R. M. ROSE COMPANY : Name .. ... .. ....... ... ... ...........................
meeting shall be elected and qualified the bu:>i- iary. A. D. 1H6.iSali

the nrcs following of this corporation officers shall be conducted by of GEO.Bradford A. GARDINFR.Juilte County. Florida.. boys Athletic of the Association.The High School. met in DistillersCHATTANOOGA Expreu Office.. .. .. .. .. .. ........ I 1 ... .. .....-

W. B. Young President :!l'3-5t.;
V A. Culbert. Vice President. -- ctober and organized an Athletic TENN. .: Post Office ........... ..... ......." ...............
L. E. Jordan. Secretary and Trpasu- r. avigoratlig to the Pale and Sickly Vssociation, electing Gus Beasley Useful and beautiful premiumsFree t

and U E.the Jordan said W.Directors.B. Young. A. A. Culbert and The Old Standard general strengthenmz tonic president and William Thomas, Secretary with ROSE tools Write for book. B. F. D. or Street ..... ......... Bt fe .........-.-

.The highest amount of indebtedness or liaG'lity iKOVE'S TASTELESS chill TOXIC drives ou.akenia.enact'e'theblood.andbuidsuptbesy and Treasurer. Committees were .
to which this "oM>Oration can at any : appointed to solicit funds with which subject itself shall be the sum of Thirty t.:m A true tun.c. I-or adults aua ctu.drtrn., C '=


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County News Items J. J. Hodges and Miss Pensie

friends Hurst are and spending relatives in the Macclenny.week with 1 PLASTICO -.All Colors for Inside Walls.*|

Mr. Daniel Hurst, who is attendingthe "
Interesting Facts Gathered During the Week by Our normal at Lake Butler, spent the I MENITONE-In> Delicate Pastel Shades for Inside Painting.

t Regular Correspondents.I week-er.d with his father and mother,

t." i Mr. and Mrs N. H. Hurst. E VELVOTONE--A Beautiful Waxed Finish Stain for Furniture and All WoodWork

I There was a mistake made last \

t"f week about the preaching services at I New Colors. .
II 4 ';. ", 13> -3> ed in a creditable maner for some Palestine school house. It will be the : |
\\f L
, I I .; time. first Sunday in March. KYANIZE Varnish Stain for Floors etc.-All ;|Colors. :
*'LITTLE SPRINGS. *i Trapping here seems very profitable Mr. Sherrod Driggers, who is attending ;

I,: '!' 4 "v 3o Cno6 rm 0 i A 0. Lynn have realized handsome
with his
t'f I Farmers around here are busily engaged -I ceeds.J. pro- father Butler, and spent mother the week, )!r. end and Mrs. S. E\ Color Schemes Furnished Upon Req test.

in getting their lands ready for M. Shaw, Jr., is occupying thehiU }1. Driggers.Mrs. i jI

; II planting. side farm of Mr. R. H. Green. Ocala Hodges, who has been t
I : Mrs. R. A. Hiers returned home last Mj. C. F. Litchfield has moved this '
i few days with Mrs. J.
!l : Saturday from her parents at Cadillac farm three miles spending a Lumber & Co.
\. out from here. Hodges, returned to her home in ) I Quigley Supply
; i;t Fla. We all join in wishing him much success clenny Sunday. .
l Mr. D. L. and Mrs. T.
Herrington C.
L ,t, as a Mr. W. B. Brannen made a bus atI I *
: i:i Waldrup passed through our community The rural routes from this place add trip to Lake Butler Saturday. AI

:1-: r one day last week, in the interestof much to the business of this office. P. Misses Bessie and Ina Brannen I Starke Florida f

,' the corn and canning clubs. M. Collins states that he issued 13 I tended church at Cypress Pond ,
: The election which was called by the orders in last week
money one day and were guests with Misses Effie and t
.t ;. school board to take place at Little from route No. 2 alone. ?
IUfIUlllllllllllB! !!
," ,i Springs on the question V>f whether Several new cars have been added to Misses Elizabeth and ;Maud Gainey { q '

or not to buy the present school site, this place lately, the make of which we spent Saturday with Misses Bessie and --. ;:
: took place last Thursday evening and need -
not mention. Mr.
Ford should
;; by a majority that made it almost he visit Brooker, would give us'a, hear Ina Brannen. LAWTEY WANTS TO BE REPRESENTED UGH! CALOMEL MAKES

l I unanimous the: school the decided fair-minded to purchase patrons the of ty ten.shankshake. Brooker is the homeof i'ao . .t. -" BY COUNTY COM'W YOU DEATHLY SICK 1 PRICES

5e' (Continued From Page 1)).
school -
grounds.Mr. I The Brooker school continues to
and W. F. Williams, our spectacle !}i; progress nicely and the attendance is HAMPTON G work for the past few days on the Stop Using Dangerous Drug OF THE i iYONG
: picture man, was out mingling
holding up well. I ,;. '; : /s> < > > i> ,SO '?> *> I with his many friends in this com I Before It Salivates You!
munity last week. I Quite exercises a few attended the commencement ; Mrs. 0. K. Prince, of Dade City, is i platform just north of the depot. I TRADING EO'!

i. R. A. Hiers and C. A. Scaff made a ] and box supper at Graham visiting: relatives and friends here. I Mrs. Waldrup, of Lake Butler, wasa It's Horrible. :
, business trip to Lake Butler Tuesday night and report a nice Mrs? H. B. Geiger has returned to visitor to Lawtey the first of the
Friday. I time. j
\> Quite a number of Little Springs A ties ]her home here, after an extensive visit week. You're bilious, sluggish, I j NEAR DEPOT
great many are being shipped at Bowling: Green. Mr. H. D. Randall visitor to
I a
folks attended church services at'j j from here daily. I I and believe you need vile,
Judge Geo. A. Gardiner and M. Cam- Jacksonville last Saturday.Mr. .
Worthington Sunday. Mr. L. T. Shaw calomel to start your liver and
I of the
'. The Sunday school at Sardis church Brooker manager i eron, of Starke, were visitors; here ,', W. E. Torode was a visitor to your bowels. delivery within
meat market has moved
was well attended last Sunday andgood a 1 j I Arcadia and Mr. T. P. I I Tuesday. j j Starke Tuesday.Mrs. Here's my guarantee! Ask
Ward has taken
prayer meeting was held that j, the market in charge.Mr. ,I :Mr. Bruederl}, of the Florida American '. Jesse Reddish was visiting relatives druggist for a 50-cent bottle sonable distance
night.Everybody. I was on our streets Monday- en- in the Wateroak section last son's Liver Tone
and take
R. T. McDonald a
a prominent ''
I is urged to be at these farmer living near here, has had I route to Waldo from Lake Butler. vWarfield tonight. If it doesn't start .
a !I
church services next Sunday.BROOKER. Simpson of Jacksonville I :Mr. A. Rosenberg was transacting and straighten right
very attractive building erected on his I 1 spent several days here last week. I IIrs. i business in Jacksonville last Thursday than calomel and you without up 1 Hay 1.30.
place and the painting of it adds i ,
) Stoddard, of Savannah, Ga., is i Mr. Charles Dinkins has been spending -
C.,4J40000 0 4.. much to its I making you sick I want you
ry appearance. at the home of her brother iI i Ibs sack
visiting j i several days with relatives i in $1.60
back to the store and
F ) Miss Olua Ward's school closed last I J. II. Pollard. I get your :
Bushnell.Mr. .
," ; > week. Mr. Thomas Reaves, formerly of : J. B. Dye spent lats Saturdayand Take calomel today and .seal, do 1.60%
E Several attended the pinder hulling you will feel weak and sick :
s Starke, but now of Gainesville, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and *
,34 ? 4 4IG4' 0/ y E, at Mr. Anderson's last Friday night. Sunday with relatives here. ,' Mrs. A. M. Blanchard. sated. Don't lose a day's work. do. $1.60:
: We sincerely regret that little Last, but not least. we would like a spoonful of harmless, ;
: our Mrs. B. W. Crichlow of
) ReR.. A. Carmine, District Superintendent
town has not been represented latelyin to state that there will be a public is son's Liver Tone tonight and go 2.10
visiting her father W. E.
of Jacksonville St. Johns
the picnic'at the Brooker school March feeling great. It's perfectly ;
county newspaper, but our on
scribe assures us that we will not be I llth. All are most cordially invitedto Hutchinson. j|i river conference, of the Methodist less, so give it to your c po $1.83 j|
Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Prevatt a"
spent church, preached to quite large and
forgotten in the future. attend and we will endeavor to time. It can't salivate, so let

'I. Mrs. M. P. Matheny, who has been j I show you a good time. This will close! Sunday J. S. Griner at Theressa., of Brooklyn, was transacting I tey interested Methodist congregation church Monday at the evening.Law anything afterwards. ( ) ; 25 Ibs., sack $1.65.;!;

visiting her sister at Websterhas | the Brooker term of school which has : "
I returned business here Tuesday. t The first quarterly conference was New Spring millinery at \\ising Flour, 24 Ibs
home. proven to be the record of this .1 .
'I year We regret to report that Mrs. held immediately! after the services. prices. Morgan.WASHINGTON. ;
( Misses Roxie and Mollie Hines, who school. Prof. Shaw will commence a Spicher is on the sick list this week.J Rev. Carmine is j | .90 f)
r a powerful preacher
have been visiting at home, have returned three months' normal term on Monday Jesse Nimmo has left for Bushnell, I and his quarterly visits looked forward BIRTHDAY i iIrs.
to school. i I following. A large attendance is where he has are )s Flour, do .85 i
accepted position with
a .: to with much interest.Mr. .
Miss Bernice Parker, who is attending i.'I expected.The 84th the Noble Drag Company. X. 0. Weeks, of East Wakefield, ) J. E. Wilson entertained I Flour, do .85 |!
school here, spent the weekend anniversary of lie J. G.
Berries continue to come in despite I N. H. visitor of little folks
was a to Lawtey Mon- on
with her parents, Mr. and Mr i I i! Colson's birthday was well attended
J T. B. Parker, of LaCrosse. 5 I|I by his relatives as well as many of' the recent freeze, and are bringing I day. Sin Weeks owns some land near: birthday, complimentary to little I |e Coffee, pound .20 1!;
i very satisfactory prices. Dell of Gainesville who is
Lawtey. here
Master Julian Collins and his little his friends. Mr. Colson served in the j I .' Coffee .23 *
Rev. pound _
Civil I Frank McCall, of Jasper, was There will be preaching at the Lawling: his grandfather, Col.
sister .
Mary, war, has been
were visiting relativesin a man of' :
LaCrosse Sunday. I i I honor and has truly served his cou Hday.j shaking hands with friends here Mon- ley Baptist church next Saturday and Weeks, and family. toffee> pound .22 :
Sunday by the pastor Rev. Jack Pin- The children gaily played
The main street of Brooker is being I i i try well. We are glad to say that he I I __ :
well is in excellent health I'v holster. of Brooker.Do the spacious lawn, and Coffee pound Wi'
macadamized with and able to see ,
a good 'y f ?> ? i V i> i
/ !' <> $ not forget the Union were invited into the dining
grade of sawdust.Mr. .. to his farm. Sunday ,I
I __ school meeting at Grace church next refreshments. The decorations Seed Peanuts .05ft
J. t
S. Forsyth, foreman at Ala-' Si &. A, 4, WOODLAWN J
chua, here I J < was Sunday visiting h isj0h j
family. C 0 and everybody invited to be being flags and little hatchets, Va. Peanuts .05 }j
I + 01> .1> 1> 0. table
HIGHLAND. present.Mr. was made attractive
ing Miss Beatrice Starke Crosby, who is 0 The Woodlawn Baptist church was :; R. 0. Daniel, of Starke, was a cut glass bowl very as center *at, pound .UKz ':
spent the latter t
of the week-end with her part E 1- ." n ". $ 70rJ 4.4. ryv organized Sunday night with eight business visitor to Lawtey last Satur- which were red roses and flags. tes .11V

Prof. L. R. Greene parents. McCormick-Crews. members, and Elders D. L. Phillips and : table was lit with the glow of ', pound ;
and wife of La-
Cresse, were here visiting Saturday. A very pretty wedding took place L.Misses Moseley as council. X. Lewis, of Gainesville, was a candles, and at each place was a nd Lard, pound .11.;

I T. R. Collins, postmaster Sunday afternoon at the home of l Ir Hattie and Netty Robinson, visitor to Lawtey last Friday. favor-a small cake with a flag

tending to business in LaCrosse, was Thurs at and Mrs. F. M. Crews, when their of the Wateroak section, visited Miss Mr. J. E. Wilson was transacting in it. 2'/2 pound can .10
day. daughter. Florence, was united in the Phillips Saturday and Sunday. business last Friday and Saturday in Those present were: Misses

II.r_ y. .... .... holv bonds ____ ,. Mr. S. T. Dowling, of Raiford, was Jacksonville. Canova, Florence (\ye; Peas .06
: ->ii. *.. n. uruwn, of_ matrimnnv n___._.. tnf__ ..... n S" Andrews,
I operator and manager transactin2' business_ ___ _taro____ '_1 .iivrcriwWe ,_.__, Tax follprtnr T?. Af.. Dowlina'.. Andrews
of the Bradford car McCormick, of Wateroak.The -- - ....... -!>."..". Leila Dea Andrews, face .04f
Telephone '
i Company. is ceremony was performed by are sorry to state the serious ill- Tax Assessor N. D. Wainwright, of riet Ritch, Elowise Ritch, Annie & ,. pound, <,. :

terests'to Earleton. extending In order to his in- Rev. James Strickland, of Welborn, ness of Mrs. H. R. Sapp, Jr., who is Starke, were assessing and collecting Lucile Mitchell, Alice Jones, Ware Buckets.10i )
his patrons in a more efficient and was witnessed by a large numberof suffering with tuberculosis. We hope taxes in Lawtey last Friday.Mr. Darby, Hazel Adkins, Virginia ,

Mr. Brown has purchased manner relatives and friends. her a speedy recovery.Dr. B. S. Rosier, of the Raiford section Murla Weeks, Russell Daniel, ;
Mr. E. Lennon, our mill a operator, The bride looked very charming in professional. G. W. Brown visitor,here of Lawtey, was a was a visitor to Lawtey Satur- Brownlee, Jr., Allan Long, A. E. 4) ',

has moved his mill out three miles a white silk dress with garnitures of Messrs. Monday. day.Mr. Ja., Carlyle Ritch, James ay we expect ship-
northwest of Brooker, has it in nice lace. Her only attendant was he.r sis- Norman Williams and Troy : Jesse Reddish was transacting Brownlee, Milton Brownlee, Jr.(16)j

working order and is in a position to ter, Miss: Maggie Crews, who was also Starke Saturday.were transacting business in.. business in Jacksonville last Friday. S. T. Dell, Jr., of Gainesville. ;!; Prime Bright :

amply serve his local patrons. attired in white, and the groom had Prof. M. M. Fryer was a ousiness f. 0
: Mr. E. Rowe, of Maxville, visited visitor Hundreds of yards of 5c la
Rev. I. J. Blanton, of for best man Mr. Lon Prescott. Jacksonville last Saturday. n Seed Meal
Surrency Ga.
I relatives
Saturday and Sunday. Mr. E. S. Matthews Morgan's.THE ,
will conduct services at the Free Will Immediately after the ceremony the Messrs. of the Starke
church Saturday and Sunday. happy couple departed amid a showerof visited at Raiford Jesse and Frank Williams Telegraph, was transacting business STRAWBERRIES. '; Feed and Corn
I Saturday and Sun- in |
rice for Lawtey ?
Mr. Theodore Clemons, of Okeechobee their new home at Water- Tuesday.

this, was week.visiting This relatives is and friends- oak. day.Messrs.. D. N., E. -D. and E. Rowe Starke Mrs. Wednesday.Mr. W. E. Torode. was a visitor to Strawberries are being sent I '- All our goods at :
one Brooker's visited the State Prison Farm Friday. and Starke daily, though not in 4
Mrs. W. J. an l
brightest Mr. Gilbert H. Barker; Alexander, of possible
young men and we are always of Jacksonville : A large party of folks like such prices.
young gath- quantities would
Parkersburg West as
glad to welcome him here. was a week-end visitor at the I red at the home Va., are guests at.. I
j Mr. and Mrs. sought
S. the market if the
home of cold
Miss Mamie Alexander's sister snap before '
Pinholster home of Mr. I prices
i who is and Mrs. II. C. Wimberley. : II. Thompson ,,
teaching at Gracie I Saturday night to enjoy Mrs. J. D. Randall, in East Lawtey. week had not com Since the ;
Alachua I
near j i I a chicken pilau. All report a fine time |I lie Howard C. Peace prices paid for berries have
the ]
spent week-end with her mother. ; Rev. James Strickland preached at and plenty of chicken. We don't 'I cashier of.. somewhat elsewhere. We 1
the and
Mrs. J. E. Lawtey State Bank, Wash $4 to $5 have been
Clemons, who has been the Highland Baptist church how spent
I Saturday it
tasted, as we did not get .' i ington's: I when bought by the bushel
visiting any. birthday in and
her Jacksonville. Don't
daughter, Mrs. G. C. Mills, morning and Sunday morning, return- j :Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Reddish, of Law quart the everything. i
I Dr. J. C. Wills has
of Starke average price
near Wilmarth. has returned home, accompanied ing- to his home in Welborn Sunday tey, visited relatives here was a cents. '
by Mrs. Mills. afternoon A party of youngpeople Sunday. professional visitor to Lawtey Wed- I I the place- '
gathered at nesda '.
Mr. E. Lennon, our energetic mill 1 Mrs. James Strickland and three incresting I the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Phillips Miss} Nellie Our crepe waists at $2 are good 1.
operator is at the Keown, of DeLand 1
i children ,
present in Caro- are visiting r par'nts j Saturday right to wasa ues. See them. Morgan.
Tina by the bedside of his father, who, { )Ir. and :Mrs. H. J. Taylor, for a i and candy stew. enjoy a sing guest at the home of Dr. and Mrs
we regret, is seriously ill. few days. j Prayer G. W. Brown Wednesday.Mr. .NO LOOKING BACK IN
meeting at the Co
Mr. J. B. Cone, of Raiford, was here Mr. and Mrs. John McCormick, of ;, !Sunday night. tent every J. R. Godwin, of Dunn, N. C., Trading

visiting his mother Sunday. IVateroak, attended the marriage of is a guest at the home of his nephew, New Evidence is Constantly /.

i Master Leahman Brooks, son of Mr. their son, Oscar, to Miss Crews, Sun CAN SECURE: STATE Mayor W. F. Godwin, this week. Published. <<
and Mrs. J. F. Brooks, who has been day.Miss CONVICTS. :Mr. L. H. Hill was transacting business Since the long succession of St }{ Near Depot

very ill, is much better. Agnes; Wilkinson left for Jacksonville m in Starke Wednesday.H. reports were first published in

Mr. Leon Lewis, who has been suf Monday to visit her sister, At their last meeting the board of W. Burnsey was a visitor to cal press there has been no :..c.,.._ -- --

I. fering from an attack of blood poi_ :Mrs. Savage.A county commissioners made an order Jacksonville Monday and Tuesday. back. Starke evidence ,

soning is slowly improving.We few Highlandites who motored to that the county apply to the state for Messrs. A. A. Stokes, W. M. Red pour in, and-better still-those ;' .

are sorry to state that }lr. As- Lawtey to see the movies Monday at least ten state convicts to work on ding, Paul Dinkins and Tom Wearing reports were first published 'OHER L. PEEK .

I 1 tor McDavid, an old Confederate sol night were, Mrs. H. C. Wimberley- I I the roads. Colonel Weeks, clerk of the were visitors to Jacksonville Wednes years ago, verify all they said 'f .

dier, is very sick. :Misses Beth and Winifred Wimberley board, took the matter up at once with day. most hearty and unmistakable Real Estate, Land and.'

The farmers of this vicinity are and Miss Ethel Ricks, Messrs. Ira the Board of State Institutions and Fred Chase has Read the experience of Mrs. J| J r t

I busily engaged preparing the soil and Butler, :Max Wimberley and G. E. Nil has been advised that the county can J. M. Truby, north bought of the a lot from Warren, Water street. She says .f f Timber Expert. ; 'I

are removing great quantities of fertilizer kinson. secure from ten to twenty of the con just east depot and I "I suffered constantly from i
of the
j from here daily. Messrs. J. B. Padgett and R. L. victs. The matter will probably come blacksmith right of way and erecting ache and dull pains across my IFa Experience at Starke. .. !
+ ; Misses Eula Long and Leona Rodgers Black, of Gainesville, were businessvisitors up for final settlement at the next Chase is shop on it. Mr. I didn't rest well and in the ,

efficient teachers of Cooter Pond here Tuesday. meeting of the board of county com- line. kept busy with work in his felt tired and worn out. My back ::1

school. visited Brooker Sunday. missioners.J. often so lame that I could hardly -- .
4 Dr. W. H. Clemons and J. A. Douglass Deafness Cannot Be Cured I about. The kidney secretions I ---- -- ;

I of Alachua, were here attendingto ty local applications as they cannot M. Truby has loaded two cars WHY YOU ARE NERVOUS me annoyance. I read of Doan's '' UNT PATSEY I
i business Saturday night. reach the diseased portion of the ear. ; with sweet potatoes this week for ney Pills and finally got a 'I ULTRY j

I I i Mr. W. E. Pinholster, who has the und There that is only is by one constitutional way to cure remedies.deafness. | shipment north. of The nervous system is the alarm system Mitchell's Drug Store. Since %.t ftttmttr. It MASH Mm tail if
exclusive agency of St. Johns county Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condi human body. them I have not had backache I rte t acc.rdiq to 4irect elll. i
tion of the mucous A. McKinney: is In any
lining of perfect health
for the J. R. Watkins Medical Company Tube. When this tube is Inflamed Eustachian ; touches in the putting the finishing we have a network we of hardly realize that my kidneys have been i ;\MARTIN SEED CO.JACKSONVILLE. !
has just returned home for you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect i j way of painting nerves, but when (Statement I
a health is given May 25th ,
hearing. and when It Is entirely dosed I to his residence this week. ebbing,when strength is declin, _. :
short stay. Deafness is the result and unless the In jug, the same nervous system gives the Over Five Years Later --=- -- -- !
l Mr. D. W. Hazen is having his house flammation ran be taUcn: out and this To Drive Out Malaria alarm in headaches, tiredness, dreamful Mrs. Warren said: "I haven't .
tube restored to its normal
iccovered. hearing: will be destroyed forever: nine 'i And Build Up The System sleep irritability and unless corrected ed my high opinion of Doan's
Mr. Matheny is painting his house, cases out of ten are caused l r Catarrh.Take the Old Standard GROVE'S leads straight to a breakdown. Pills. I recommend them as
which is nothing but an inflamed condi To correct .
.f which adds to its appearance verjmuch. Con o* the mucous surfaces. TASTELESS chill TOXIC. You know is nervousness, Scott's Emulsion : today as ever."
W.will IITftOn..nnndiwl Pnllsrt: for any case of 'I what you are taking, as the formula is rich exactly what you should take; its Price 50 cents at all dealers. Tested
IVif: ares cansM: t-.c:1l3rrh1tIMt'aDDnt nutriment into
tx>cured b printed on label gets the blood
Mr. J. V. Edwards has assumed the loll( tasncnra SfcdforcTcclars.frce. Quinine and every showing it i is rich blood feeds the tiny nerve-cells and simply ask for a kidney remedy tt
Iron in
F.J.CHENEY.:: &CO,Toledo Ohio. a tasteless form. while i Lenses
the Doan's Duplicated
office W. 0. W. clerk in the placeof whole Kidney Pills the
as solo by iha ssstaT C. S The Quinine drives out malaria system responds to its refresh I same .
the Day
Mr. I. W. Pinholster, who has ser Tike Hill's rally flU for COI1s:1: Uon. Iron builds cp the system. SO cents ing tonic Scott force. It is free from alcohol [i Mrs. Warren had. Foster \",, Onkrs as Rtcicved-
& Wepayposte
.i ewuc Bloomficld,N.J. Co.. Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Ko W. I'ORSYTH .

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