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Bradford County telegraph
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E.S. Matthews
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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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Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75 Cents. Payable In Advance. E. S. Matthews, EditorJand Proprietor. fij

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VOLUME 38. 1916. NUMBER 35. __



COUNTY EXECUTIVE Entertainment Given By The FORSHOWDOWNONPROPOSfflON( Mrs. Mary Rivers and Mrs. J. I OPENSNEWSUBMARINEAHACK- Local Basket-r--Ball Team Puts it "

Ladies' Musicale Was R. Mott Pass AwayOther Over Visitors) -Score of

COMMFITEE Well Attended. News Items. 37 to 8 Starke.

The mock wedding given by the Last Sunday the Reaper Death visited The last game ft'! the season for the

NO ASSESSMENT FOR THE Ladies' Musicale last Friday eveningat OF WARNING AMERICANSTO the home of Mr. F. M. Rivers and CREWS OF THE SHIPS SUNK boys> basket ball- pam was played between .

the school auditorium. was an unqualified bore away the dear old mother, Mrs. Starke anj&reen: Cove last Sat- ;
success, both as a fun maker, Mary A. Rivers. This beloved old soul urday aftenoorJt ended by the score

and financially, the sum of $57 being I was known as "Grandma," as every- of 37 to 8 in favW of Starke i 01. '

Mass Meetings to be Held For Benefitof realiz d.Before. Cannot Proceed With the NegotiationsWhile one who knew her loved her. Member of the Steamer Thorn-. The crowd of. spectators was small, fi::

the marriage of :Mr.: Oliver She was born April 3th, 1830, in aby's Crew Was Either Killedor due, no doubt, tc the very inclement r V
During April, Finally Overtook and :Miss: Carrie Dissension in Congress Thomas county, Ga. She came to this weather, but in spite pf the cold wind r:.. V

May and June. Matchmaker Ketchum, the Ladies' Weakens His Position. state in 1869, and has been residingin Drowned. the game was w?ll played, especially 1 4'

Musicale rendered a lengthy and inter- Bradford county ever since. Her on the part of thi: Starke team. J .

esting musical and the fun illness was of short duration. The line up was Milliam Thomas, .:.
program LONDON, March 1.- Germany'snew
Following are the minutes of the WASHINGTON, Feb. President the home of : and Charles .
began whe nthe gentlemen and remarkable Her death occurred at center; Drayton Colley
meeting of the county democratic executive Wilson today decided that he cannot I submarine campaign opened on "V
looking ladies composing the her son. Mr. F. M. Rivers. Every at- Beasley, forwai; Raymond Spear
schedule time. Before word
: noon
committee, called for the proceed with the German negotiations I
purIpose tention her but the Master'swill :
and Harold
given Wall
wedding party marched down the aisle was had been received of the torpedoing of
the weakens
V of fixing assessments against while dissension Congress
must be bowed to, and by her -- -
to the stage. All who took in
county candidates, to defray primary this part his position before the world, so he faithful Christian life we feel that a two steamers. They were the Thorn- sTARKEdnowRssssocIATIoN: ,

election expenses and transact other mock wedding were gentlemenand called for a show-down on the pending is awaiting her in that happy aby, 1,700 tons, and Malvina, 1,200 .--;.
! revelant business: boys-many of whom were costumed proposals to warn Americans off of crown tons. It is announced that every member '
to represent ladies and girls. land. V The Starke Gr wers' Association is
: of the Thornaly's crew was killedor
The democratic executive committeemet armed merchantmen.
She leaves to her loss be-
The complete follows mourn of the proA'jng organiiations of
was as
program : drowned. No mention of thefate one
at Starke, March 1st, 1916, in the Making it clear that he considers the
sides host of friends two F.M. .
a sons, Ir.e, .
Part 1. this section. membership now ,
of the :Malvina's: crew is made in the j
court at the call of the chair- president and not is charged
room, congress ,1
Rivers of this and Mr. J. M.
Piano solo, (a) Danse Romantique, first advices. numbers about i t- and includes some V
with following members with the conduct of the United Statea'foreign
man, present Rivers of Fort Meade. The remainswere
(Klasmer b Dixie oftheargestgrversofthecommun-
) ( ) Transcription
affairs, he wrote Representative From the speed with which the sub- .
: Lerham Miss White. interred in the Lake Butler cemetery The of the association is
( )
marine attacks delivered in Brit ity. purpos
were V
L. H. Hill, District No. 1. Pou, acting chairman of the house
Rev. Robert Dukes conductingthe
Solo, "I Love You Trulf'LittlcMiss to facilitate the marketing of the pro-
ish waters it was evident that Ger-
J. C. Croft, District No. 2. rules committee, asking him to pro V
Elizabeth Knight, (Paul Knight). funeral services. duce l> l itjs' members and other- V i-'.
had sent out underwater boatsin grown y
JL H. Williams, District No. 3. vide a means of bringing the agitationon many
Piano Duet-Misses Cleo Mitchell and advance of the time for opening the wise to coope&4kwith one another 'j'
W. 0. Brooks, District No. 4. the floor of the house for full discussion .-
Florence Canova. Death of Mrs. J. R. Mott. attack. for the comnioaigood.The V .r.
J. C. Clemons, District No. 5. and a vote. '
J. M. Alvarez, District No. 6. Solo, "A Dream," (Bartlett)-Mr. Later he summoned Senator Stone The sad news reached us Sunday The German notice said armed ships funds accruing from initiation f

D. W. Moore, District No. 7. Leo Canova. and Representative Flood, of the for- morning of the death of Mrs. J. R. would be sunk without warning, but fees and membership dues will be us- .

J. J. Farrelly, District No. 8. "Lady Bug Chorus and Toodles"Misses eign relations committees, and Sena- Mott, wife of Mr. J. R. :Mott, who lives there is nothing to show the Malvina ed for promoting advantageous mar- .

J. L. Brown, District No. 9. Dorothy Edwards, Ethel Grif- tor Kern, the Senate majority leader, near here, and who is o"ne of the most and Thornaby carried guns. keting of the products of members. V "

I Motion made by W. 0. Brooks and fin, Rosa Leviton, Elizabeth Brownlee, to a conference at the White House prominent citizens in our section The attacks have aroused keenest During the coining1 season it is ex- '1

second by J. M. Alvarez that no assessment Jessie May Baisden. Margaret Livingston tomorrow, when he will request the Mrs. Mott had been ill for some anxiety in shipping circles. pected to have curs here for the trans- ",f.'
Bessie Weeks Vivirette of berries when f. o. b. prices 1V
.. be__ maHp.,.___ _ae-ainst__ candidates_________ various, pending resolutions be acted time, though it was thought at the portation
'n .
Solo Second Valse" God- "NASTY NICE" PEOPLE. not in line with market conditions I
ttano ;
the to be held on June : : ( in -both- houses.Administration tme; of her death that she was on the! are .
for primary upon
ard-Miss Anna Canova. Her death or when :.tor other reasons it is V ft
rocd to being
leaders are now con- recovery. '
6th, 1916, and carried. Curtain. Starke has her share of what is call- desirable for the' members to consign t- g
it Ihe
rather caused to be
unexpected '
Secretary and treasurer reported a fident of the support of the Republicans f
Their idea of :
ed "nasty-nice" people. ; their fruit. -
Part 2. to more sad to her relatives and friends,
balance on hand of $209.65. Reportwas and are sure of their position t \
cleanliness to light time has been advanced
comes every The initiation-fee .V
received and adopted. Chorus, "Beautiful Ship From Toy- end all agitation with a vote of con- who were without number. Those who
the ladies of the Civic Club are forc- to and :JeVmonthly dues are 25 1"
Moved and seconded that mass meet land"-Ladies Musicale, composed of fidence for President Wilson. know her are many. She was about -, ,
ed to declare a clean-up of the town. cents. .; -
ings be held for benefit of candidatesto Mesdames J. E. Futch, C. R. Ensey, Dispatches from Berlin and Vienna forty years of age and an active member .
.. The front yards are raked, also some- It can hardly-be; doubted that the or-
James Killian R. S. Fernandez J. F. in the Baptist church. Her membership I
present their claims to the votersin today indicated that the agitation is is
times the streets in front of the premises ganization of such an association
each district as follows: Canova, A. Z. Adkins, F. F. Stump, received there as a sign that President was with the Sardis church, V
but, mercy on the backyards along right lint': and that it not ,
District No. 1, Lawtey, April 8th. 0. L. Haynes, D. E. Knight and Misses Wilson has not the support of his own near Worthington Springs.The held There the filth gathers up to stay forever only benefit its'!embers but the community -
services atElzie's
District No. 2, Lake. Butler, April Emma Darby, Louise Bessent. Miss party and there has been an immed- funeral were and a day. Some of the women as well :V J,
Peek- pianist and director. iate stiffening of Germany's determi- chapel cemetery, near Dukes, .
of Starke their and
keep --4.-----
screen rooms
15th.District schoolhouse Vocal solo, "Thinking of Thee"Mrs : Monday afternoon, by her pastor, Rev. ] '
No. 3, Thomas nation not to recede from her announced "
everything as "neat as a new pin, L. V. Moorhas bought a large of
Sheffield of
A. Z. Adkins. Worthington. I
: sink armed merchantmen :
April 22nd. intention to I
dishwater the kitchen -
then-pour out of his
of quick to use on
District No. 4, Providence, May 13th Quartette, "Forgetmenot"Mesdames despite President Wilson's reiteration ,Besides her husband and one son, windows. Some of our merchants quantity :Ptorke He intends to
farm east of
District No. 5, Brooker, April 29th. Futch, Adkins, Killian and Fer- that such practice would be, moarn her sad Moss death, she keep their stores very clean and or- enough ofjlhne; to have effect on I
leaves three brothers Hewitt, use
District No.6, Starke, May 6th. nandez. contrary to international law. Presi- derly, but their backyards are so littered whicjj'is to
land contrary prac-
H. A. and Lem Hewitt all of this the ,
20th. Chorus (a) "When a Maid Comes Wilson's decision the resultof : ,
District No. 7, Hampton May I dent was with old boxes barrels, gunny is too V
b "Love is Like Fire- place to mourn her loss her. mother, up tice, when thefjviantity always V
District No. 8 Raiford, May: 27th. Knocking. ( ) a cabinet meeting today.
a sacks old and sweepings till
paper small to do an good. l.TELEGRAJt.S
Ladies Musicale. who also resides here, and one sister,
District No. 9, Worthington Springs. fly"- While grave concern is felt overGermany's the customers, did they enter thestores' V
Mrs. Jno. Blair and Mrs. H. B Dowl- 'j
Solo "A May Morning" (Denza-
June 3rd. new submarine procedure, through the back doors, wouldbe HONOR ROLL\ :
Above motion carried. Mrs. J. E. Futch. which becomes effective at midnight, ing of Madison.V disgusted and,look for cleaner pla ..,.: '''j
The funeral in charge'of W.-M.
Motion made and seconded to ad All choruses from the Opera Firefly it is believed that German commanders was ; ; --

journ. J. M. ALVAREZ, ; by Adolp Frisnl. have been instructed to make sure Over-street. Our entire community ces.Starke has long needed an institu- Names of Thoe Who Paid : V
in with the bereavedones.
joins sympathy Subscrip"J"J-
Secretary. Part 3. if Americans are aboard the ships and tion for promoting cleanliness about During, February.H.

DEER HOME. Mock wedding. not to sink liners unless they are sure the premises, and was lucky in acquiring i,
Violin solo, "Melody of Love"- they are armed.WILLIAMS the Civic Club. But the ladies V H VS V

Harrv Canova. on Methodist.. Church" ,., .. have met with little encouragement so fi'/SIott. V
Messrs. A. V. Long, J. M. Alvarez Chorus, "Down by the Old Mill rrogram 01 services lor Sunday: far on account of the many "nasty- W. X Jones. I V
and G. C. Livingston returned a few Stream" and "A Perfect Day." RE-ENTERS March 5th: V nice" inhabitants. Thursday and Fri Mrs; R. S. Fernandez.J. SV.S

days ago from Gulf Hammock, where Enter wedding party. Sunday school, 10 a. m., H J. Stew- day of next week have been assignedas SL Roebuck. V .-, .

V.'V they had been hunting. Squirrels, Family:- the voters of County Commis arty.superintendent. Preaching servi' cleaning-up days by the" club, and I:. Moore. .:1' :

quail and other smaller game were Aunt Jemima-Mr. G. C. Livingston. sioners' District No. 1, Providence and ces, 11 a., m. and 7 p. m., conducted: by this time :Gabriel's trumpet will be H. /a.- Hazen- I

killed in large quantities, but a deer Mother-Mr. C. R. Ensey. Palestine: the pastor. V sounded for the resurrection of trash L. /{.'Duncan. V 5' -1

was also killed. The party had en- Negro Mama-Mr. C. A. Marks. I am back in the race for county Junior Missionary meeting, 2 p. m., that has reposed in the backyards for V P. & CarCnter. ....._. !

gaged a guide with deer hounds, and Twins-Masters Eugene Matthewsand commissioner from District Nip. 1, Miss Smith, manager.All lo, these many .years. Our marshalwill M. Ji' Brinson. -',. -.- VV

when a buck was trailed the guidesat Charlie Marks. and will say to the voters of Provi- cordially invited to worship withus take a part in the work and see Mrs;M.V. Hazel .

down on a log and dutifully took Old Maid Sister-Rawson pavis. dence and Palestine that I withdrew and strangers especially invited- to that the backyards are redeemed from W. SI. Jacobs. '

the shells out of his gun, while the Groomsmen-F. F. Stump, E. K. from the race about two weeks back all services the disgraceful condition .many, of V '.' J. Si Sapp.. -5 5-

Starke men stationed themselves at Perryman, 0. L. Haynes, Morgan Dar- solely on my own advice. Since then a The interest in church work is good, them present now, and that breeding : A. {yjteinecker. ..jI

strategic points. All fired at the buckat by, Mr. Harvey. Willie Wainwright. great many of the voters have insistedon and there is a note, of hope and encouragement place for flies be eliminated. We are I Dr. J.; Poehls. :

the same time and he was brought Bridesmaids-Abe Bessent, J. E. me going back into the race. among our people.' Extensive sure no right-minded citizen will think W. 1*. Arendell. I, -.I 4

down.. He was hit by 36buckshot, andas Wilson, J. J. Truby, N. Sternberg, W. :My: reasons for withdrawing, as I improvements are ever being the less of the marshal for doing his A. W. Anderson. V V5;

each man had 12 buckshot to his H. Graham and Allan Canova. said in my withdrawal notice to you, made upon the parsonage. Prospectsfor full duty, and we are sure no gentleman N. K., Roberts. : \:ijS IV

charge, and each fired but once, the Flower Girls-Pitt Tomlinson and Hol- was owing to my private business. I the new year are fine. will refuse to respond to the la- S. AV Draper.I ,
& Rosier.'f
honor was divided equally between lis Knight. can produce a good living for my fam- dies' appeal for a clean town. J.

them. Mr. Livingston, the strongestman Bride-Joe Canova. ily by attending to my farm and other Christian Church. Remember the dates, Thursday and H. ?. Hodges. r

of the party, who can pick up and Father-D. E. Knight. business connected therewith, but I The regular services were held at Friday of next week. C. /;. Roberts. ., "b V:i; I I

tote a 200-pound keg of spikes, triedto Ringbearer-Ted H. Halligan. I I cannot get a living from the county Lake Butler last Sunday .in the Bap- Johi 4S Parker. .t.. '

carry the deer to camp on his shoul- Groom-Markley E. Johns. commissioner's office, and I also felt tist church. A very pleasing featureof Bible lesson read by all. L. Wynn. .

ders, but after walking eleven steps Best man-Powell Carpenter.Maid aggrieved about high taxes, as it appeared the forenoon service was a special Memory verses containing the word S. t;. Dukes. .

had to give it up, which shows tha tthe of honor-Lucian Wainright. that the tax payers were blam- duet by Miss Jo Ella Padget tand Mrs. "strength" N. 2>. Wynn. vp.

buck was a whopper.MR. Matron of honor-L. A. Davis. ing me for their high taxes. .I will Brooks. Quotations from literature by all. .5. H. }{:)>. Wasdin. S

Minister-James Killian. the for these high Questions for the meeting. Mr M. P. Matheny.J. .
explain reasons tax.- By next Thursday evening we hopeto V
GRINER A CANDIDATE.Mr. How we use our bodily strengthfor (.; Rimes. ; t
cs in my speeches, which I will deliver have the foundation of the Lake can ,
: Q. Dubose.D. J
J. S. Griner, of Brooklyn, was : COUNTY CAMPAIGN.New from the stand at the public gather- Butler church laid and then we hopeto Christ-Evelyn Bennett. S. .; .
in Starke Tuesday. Having heard a ings to be held in this district some begin work en the superstructureat Why consecrate mental powers 'to Moore. .

V rumor to the effect that Mr. Griner I time in May. I will take the figuresand once. Christ?-Miss Fogg. .. R. ; Johns.

intended to enter the race for state candidates have lately made facts directly from the public Next Sunday will be the regular appointment How can we dvelop our powers for J. i" Byrd. ,tV .

treasurer, the reporter asked him if it their announcements as follows: records of the county commissionersand I II I. at Starke and Rev. Colemanwill Christ?Marion Richard. A. V. Blanchard. S

was true. Mr. Griner admitted that For tax assessor, J. C. Byrd. show to you why taxes are so preach at the usual hours. Mission study, page 98-Ellsworth N..King. VS

such was his .intention and that he For tax collector, G. W. Hazen. high this year, and I will also proveto I Harper. Page 105-Hubert Bennett. A. j e. McKinney. '

will shortly make his formal an- For member school board, district you that taxes will be lower next Junior C. E. Program.For Sentence prayers. I S Jeste Thomas. V

nouncement. also that the situation appears No.: 3, Truby Rnholster. Sunday, March 5th, at 11 a. m. Talks on the pledge by Geo. Coffin GeE.Kelly. S.
L.t. Futch.
very encouraging to him. For commissioner district No. 1, J. year.My platform will be, "Economy," not do withoutthe and Miss Ruth Coffin V
Topic, Why we can V V W.'R. .
Mr. Griner has been treasurer of J. Blackwelder.For until this county is on a good financial Bible? Singing the pledge. I V Wasdin. .' .-'

Bradford county for several terms and constable, Starke district, JacobJ. footing; working the roads and keeping Text Psalm 119:1-8-Jessie Dug- Business. .' -I., .
P. J. Kerce.
he discharged his duties to the entire Johns. up the bridges in both precincts as Consecration.Self .
satisfaction of all. In this county he There is an interesting developmentin near equal as possible. If you will cooperate ger.Song.. denial offerings. .-.:: Dr&!L.. Rivers.L. Lamb. V

is known by everyone and he has noth- commissioners' district No. 1, where with me we will have some Prayer by leader. Song. F.fe. Murrhee. -sir ;

ing but friends here. Four years ago Commissioner A. H. Williams has reconsidered good roads in both precincts within, Bible lesson read alternately. Benediction.Mr. S" T.W,*p.. Alderman Jr.M& .

he was in the race for state treasurer, his withdrawal and is againa the next two years, and the county Lesson story, page 91, Josie Bennett, Davis Cason. .

but though he failed in being elect- candidate for re-election. In a card will not be in debt for them. I do Aubrey Dekle, Willie Mae Cason. Henry Rosenberg, manager of ., '
made Mr. Williams believe in in debt in the Gold Eagle Grocery Company, has A.VK. Surrency.
ed his campaign over the state in today's Telegraph explains not going my own with Bible
Questions : V
i answers 1
him known and his next campaignwill i his position in the matter.FUTCH.CROSBY. business and I shall handle the county's bought out the interest of the other A.5J. Thomas.
His business the same ((1) How long shall the Bible last? members and will continue business in V Mi*>, M. S. Jordan.
not be strangers. way.
among Isa. 40:8 Willie Dekle.
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chances for election look very favor- Wishing you all good success, I remain his name at the same place. Mr. Ros. L.jPapp. -.'2W' ,
((2)) What light is guide through
truly and enberg wishes to thank his friends for M6- S. J. Kelly. V
able. yours very V
life? Ps. 119:5 Willie Scarborough.
Redd. -
solicit their M. Emma
A. H. WILLIAMS. I their past patronage and
(3)) Is God's law good-Fred Owen Wr'Lake.E.tE. 4
CIVIC CLUB NOTICES continuation of same
Mr. Lonnie H. Futch and Miss Beat-
should memorize Bible V
((4)) Why we children Hinkle.
Mr. and' Mrs. Rabinwotz and
The regular monthly meeting of the rice Crosby were quietly married at THE STRAWBERRIES. versesRuth Richard. here J. A. Howe. f S.
visitors !
of Gainesville.
Civic Club will be held in the council the home of Mr. Willie Lewis, five Recitation-Eva Swaverly. were V S
Wj M. Peek.
last week of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
room Wednesday, March 8th, at 3:30 miles west of Starke Wednesday, Sentence prayers. guests : : Andrews. ;:
o'clock. Every woman interested in March 1, in the presence of a few relatives The cold, windy days that have prevailed Offerings for self denial week. Singer. and N0. Weeks.V
Mrs. J. B. Crews is improving -
and friends. The since our last writing have not
this work is urged to come. ceremony was i Report of critics. I -
The sanitation committee will meet performed by Rev. F. B. Johns, of' been favorable for rapid ripening of Song. is able to sit up. It is hoped that she E.-A.Hn-ey.Jarrett.Kennedy. V

J. R. Davis Starke. strawberries, and that circumstance will soon be as well as ever. V "
at the residence of Mrs Mizpah. A. G. Dudley.
chairman of this committee, Monday The groom is a son of Mr. Daniel together with the backset the plants Mr. E. L. Green*made a business 'j, !Ils. A. J. Kohn.

afternoon at 3 o'clock. Futch, of Raiford. The bride is a received some time ago, have made the trip to Tampa this week. i : .
1I. Carter.
slim. Last 120 C. E. Program. Mr. J. W. Townsend was a visitor toI E.t :
Thursday and Friday of next week daughter of Mr. Phillip Crosby. Both shipments Friday bush- \VR. Prevatt. '

are designated by this club as clean- are teachers, highly efficient in their els were sent away the subsequent Topic, True consecration of strengthText I Jacksonville Monday. t Mrs. F. E. Alvarez. I
Their shipments smaller. Some showers Psalm 29:1-11-Thelma Bailey Mrs. H. B. Dowling, of Madison, ar V
were :
up days. It is hoped every one will : calling and very ppoular. many -
:1" C. N. Cooper. _
respond to this call and make this friends wish them bon voyage through Tuesday invigorated the plants ", -. .....- v I rived last Monday to attend funeralservices GAF. Wackerman. 4.
much. Song. 'IE:1Ji'J, : of her sister Mrs. Jas. Mott -
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FRIDn' MARCH 3, 1916.


WATER DAILY Stockholm All! the Latest Information -i I Persecuted Kansas Squirrels Make a
Can Be Had by CallingUp Profitable Discovery, andAct
Ii I NOTTOBERAISEDTO "Central." Upon It.
Fate of An Expedition That An Interesting Statement by One of .. -

the Big Men :in the Drug Business inactive Laddie and ) newspaper" is now adventurouscollie
Could' Not Find the Cam-
::1 FULL VALUE operation here according to a j dogs. :vThey live it adjoining .
phor Farm. Stockholm correspondent of the I:, houses on th* Kansas side, and their .

A, I t -! Brooklyn Eagle. ft "comes out" at I i J play yard is a'-'grove of trees, the Kan. "

I nine o'clock in the evening; that is sas City Star,; states. Every morning -. _
I GOVERNOR CAUSES SAME There lost.are Columbus several gradations, when he in landedin getting to say that at that hour or later any- I they fare forfo to this miniature for :

who will spend ten "oere" or I est. and \\'oe'tftidH the squirrel that
I BASIS TO BE ADOPTED America, thought he had hit India.That's body
three cents, can get the loiters too Ions upon the ground.
I less than '
A II ..'
lost big scale. I
getting on a
of it" >1':.>, 's latest war news, etc., by calling up With a furicus!! barking and "woof. ,. ,'
Assessment Being Made Upon A Fifty man who has ""made a night I :.i central. Instead of asking for another j Ing" and snorting! Laddie and Brownie *'
sneaks into the kitchen
with "the boys. I
Per Cent Basis, Instead of Being to get a drink of water, can't find exchange and a number, one asks for 'rush back an-1 forth among the trees, ,
the seeking when: ;they may duvour.
"telephone news, whereupon operator -
I. : Raised to Full Cash Value his way out, and in his flurry sweeps ? ,,"
At first
, connects one with a phonograph thc squirrels were greatly
-- the vinegar bottle and the dishpan off
I H the shelf and wakes his wife. That's that gives in a summary all the disturbed by* the terrible antics of

Ii i Tallahassee, Fla., Feb. 19, 191. getting lost on a small scale. An Indian latest news that is not carried in the Laddie and Efownie. In the midst of .

I I Ii is very apparent that the attitude never gets lost. There's a case evening newspapers. If you are nut gatheringthey couldn't spare time
subscriber bill Is to scramble dear:: to the tops of trees
of regular your
: Governor Park Trammell!, regarding on record when a red man failed to
r I the basis which charged with the extra amount, and every time the two dogs came along.
upon the 1916 tax as find his wigwam a dark night. But he A. E. KIESLINGof
' If call from station One day th ;dogs frightened a squirrel -
I you a pay you
sessment should be made, is going to explained it this way: "Indian no lost; Houston Texas, says:
drop the little coin in a slot. The telephone that had Just found a nut. With
t result wigwam lost. To hint to Florida
in the assessment being made a "1f you bare a muddy complexionand '
: E.P.THAGARDOF that gives the news has a re- the nut in his mouth, Chatterer
Cracker that he could lost wouldbe
: upon a fifty per cent basis, instead of get dull eyes you are constipated. Six tree
rushed and
MARION COUNTY enforced that up a clung to ot
current so one is sure one
j: being raised to a full cash value basis Candidate For almost a deadly insult, but such a glasses-of water dally and one or two the lower branches. Laddie
t to hear plainly. and
STATE COMPTROLLER case actually happened Sunday; how- Orderlies at night will correct very
i as recently ordered by the State Tai Rexall
o In the Next Democratic Primary. in for Devices of a similar sort hue been Brownie' lit 004 beneath and barked. In
ever, writing up we, safety's make 'fit a
.i Commission. Tht this condition and you as
Governor has already lour Support Will Be Appreciated.
used for some time in giving Sunday bis rage Chatterer opened his mou'ttto
l received from sake, shall not mention any names but fiiiii,...! npxall Orderlies!! in mr opinion.
replies ---- --- -
a majority THE FUNERAL SERVICE OF MRS.L. denote the members 'of the party by the best laxative to be had and can i afternoon concerts. They are very hurl invejtives at the dogs and
of the Tax Assessors: agreeing to his are the nut fell 4 t of his mouth. .
L. PALMER numbers that is sufficient popular on etormy days, when no one
; 'anyway, children. .
be taken by men women or
: i !
position upon the subject. To have for their magnificent failure has been can go out, and one can sit at home It landed xigbt on top of Laddie's
raised the assessment to a full cash the talk of the town ever since. The We han the exclusive: selling; rights for In an easy chair and hear the best head. In the; display of temper that ..
The funeral of Mrs. L. L. Palmer this great laxative
: value basis would: as pointed out by whose death occured at 7:20 o'clock, case has a parallel in that of, MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE singers and reciters In the city. It followed Lace seized the nut between

:; the Governor, have resulted in the taxpayers Captain KidJ, who "sailed, sailed," is not "canned music" that Is served, his ytb, crunched his jaws
Wednesday morning at her home, O3Iak : THE REXALL STORE
: of the State having to pay avery north and also that of Captain Vanderdeck- but the living voice that comes over down and cnj'kd it.
avenue, was conducted
:' ., much increased State and County from the First Baptist Church on en, who still sails and can never set channel b'aring'st.. Soon No. :3 espied the wire. The re-enforced current Presently. *ben the dogs were barking '

tax. The increase for 1016 in the State Thursday afternoon at 1:::10 o'clock. A away from the Cape of Good Hope. It a light;: house bearing 3 points to I telephones ere so perfected that one up anot'o tree. Chatterer descended .

taxes alone would have amounted to large number of our people whose seems that the party in question could stai board. At the same time Xo. 5, can hear concerts over the long-dis t.r.d ate the"goody" from the 'i.

four hundred and fifty thousand! dollars hearts were made sad by the passing not get away from Kingsley lake. who had sailed these seas long time tance telephone. There have been nut Laddie h4! so obligingly cracked.

: on account of mSllages the Gof- of this estimable wonanere present Thus Xo;;;. 1, 2, :{, 4 and ;5 chartereda ago, recognized the lighthouse, cases where subscribers in Stockholm So that's tJjg game they play. The : :.
John Packard. At have heard concerts in Copenhagenand squirrels ('ftc l.drop nuts and the dogs
formerly Kept by
einor had no authority to reduce, and to show this last mark of love and ic- vessel from Joe Edwards for a voyage : -
, the time he the line of scrub vice versa. in furious rrj- crus-h the hard shells
the County tax increase for the entire spect. Among them were members of ;: to the camphor farm, near \Valler.No. same
oaks that line the banks, of Black! creek with their teti. roth seem to enjoy -
State would have doubtless amounted the local branch of the Woman's 1 was the youngest and held the I :
tiller; Had the I some distance after it leaves Kinpsley THREW BACK ENEMY'S BOMBS ft, and it sa-!?s the squirrels a lot of
I to not less thin two or three million Christian Temperance Union, this ropes. -ocular;: course ork. .
?ke. So it was to come back to the >: -i.
been taken there
would have \
., dollars of and of ladies forming an escort as : been no .
account that
on millages
the casket was conveyed from the trouble, but the passengers wanted to lake again, alas. Xo. 4 was for goingto Australians in the Trenches at Gail! -It

; either could not or would not have been residence to the church, a beautiful Fee Kingsley lake, and it was not believed the creek for water, but Xo. 5 assured poli Became Expert at the BIG REWARD FOR THIS LION

reduced by the county authorities. tribute to one who has labored with difficult to find the way to the him that Sundell's landing would Dangerous Game. I-
: j The Tax Commission had been unable farm from there. soon be made, which was right on the
and one whose heart was in Mountain P.VwIer Drinks Blood of
I to arrive at an understandingwith the work which the organization perform The pilots intention was to take the lake, and the course was held thither. Capt. C. E. Bean official representative Two Thc:'*and Dollars: Worth

all tax assessors as to the basis and seek to advance.Tbe Middleburg road by way of the north The Starke and Green Cove railwaywas with the Australian expeditionary J of Cattle.

for 1916 assement and had ordered a service was conducted by Dr. side of the lake to the turning off atfain encountered. We could forces in Gallipoli. describes how ...:: -

hundred per cent assessment, which V. B. O'Kelley, pastor of the First point. But a knot beyond the J. C. now understand why it never had Lance Corporal Keyzor of the First Five hundit and seventy dollars is

I' would have been double the present Babtist Church, assisted by Dr. Jno.G. Carter's place the passage shoaled up, reached Starke-it had got lost, like battalion won the Victoria cross. the reward (f"ered by Trinity county

I I. assessed values. Anderson of the First Presbyterianand and in choosing channels he struck a the sailors.On Keyzor was one of the best bomb- stockmen fortrJie head of an old mountain -

r Governor Trammell, foreseeing the Rev. C. II. Summers of the First lead toward the south. After while arrival at the picturesque Sun- throwers in the Australian and New lion thn has been killing cattle

tremendous increased tax burden that Methodist Church, and the words of the old Joe Prevatt place hove in sight. dell place the jibs (the ponies) were Zealand army corps. During fierce : and hogs for};he past two weeks covering

would inevitably result, decided to take each of the ministers were beautiful Never mind; the pilot kept the same hauled down and clewed and attendedto attacks at the Lone Pine he was : the tZjtance from the Long :

up with the Tax Commission and the indeed as they spoke of the consecrated channel to the old Silcox place. The and the steward spread such a throwing for 50 hours almost contin ridge countr>iro. the vicinity of Lewiston .

assessors the matter of making the and earnest devotion to the wind was very brisk and the jibs on- "bountiful\ repast" as hardly the wed uously. He was sent to first one corner sixty mia, or more. Forty steers

'to basis for the 1916 assesment 50 percent cause of Christianity which characterized ly were hoisted, to lift the vessel over ding dinner in the Wateroak section of the trenches and then to an- have been slaughtered, to say nothingof

the same basis as for last year .the _life of Mrs. Palmer. Dr. the shoala., The Hickle branch was could equal, and the lake furnished other, not only throwing bombs, but hogs and jX colt or two.
u. plenty of water for all. The appetite
and the year before; and to strive-this U Kelley, her pastor since she came to crossed, the old Strong place passedon constantly smothering with his coat The lion H: :> big one, according to
.f the sailors had been
for uniform assessment this Gainesville, said he had observed a the port side. Then the Starke and sharpened by or sandbags the enemy's bombs which the reports at a few who have caughta
year a on the keen wind that blew the interminable
\ basis. g;reat many as they neared the approach Green Cove track was encountered, over had fallen in the trench. He often glimpse 0fr: it. It is believed, too,

to the journey from which none and in the maze of channels the pilot oak ridges of Clay county.It threw them back. that it is an f-Id fellov.!
I The following is a of the letter the the
of that
copy return to this world, but he never observed got off the old Middleburg lead which was sense company When the enemy reduced the time Two trained hunters and twelve
the Governor addressed to all the there still of land left for
was of the fuses he
caught several bombsin
j one who approached it with runs on the south side of Kingsley dogs are in pursuit. The dogs treed
tax assessors: more faith or more devotion or trust. l lake, and which he had been following, settlement in Florida. the air like a cricket ball and the lion en &uckee mountain. but it
Tallahassee, Fla., Feb. 12, 1916. Her beautiful life The channel for the journey back to threw them back before they burst.
showed that it is and no buoys being in sight, he got escaped before the hunters could geta
My Dear Sir: worth while to seek the deeper spiritual i into a channel leading to the south- Starke being well marked, no more Picking up or extinguishing bombsor shot at it. '

I have conferred with the State Tax life such as she had. east. This lead was exceedingly difficulty was experienced and the vessel catching them in the air was a matter More than two thousand dollars'

Commission relative to the matter of During the service the choir sang crooked, and the vessel rolled till the had a smooth passage home of such hourly occurrence during worth of stock has been killed by the

'j) the basis upon,which the 1S16 tax assessment \ery touchingly "Xearer, My God, to passengers became seasick. The lead through Peek Sound. When the residence tho fights at Quin's Post Hill 60, and lion in two trteks. So Trinity county

shall be made, and the Com Thee" Safe in the Arms of Jesus," became more and more blind; the pilot of J. B. honey was sighted the Lone Pine that probably hundreds stockmen clr.!bed together and madeup

l\ mission has indicated to me that, if and "Asleep in Jesus," and Miss Nell consulted his chart (which he carried on the starboard beam, the sailors of cases went unmentioned even a purse o? $.170 as jJ. reward for its

i the Tax Assessors of the Counties respectively :McMahon: sang in her beautiful manner m his head) and decided to turn backto but remembered that it was the first place when a man picked up halt a dozen in head. The tale fish and game com
r "Sweeping Through the Gates." the nearest lighthouse to get his one seen since the leaving of A. one fight. mission
would agree to make the assessment S. Strickland's alw&J's pays $20 bounty for a
t uniform in their several The service was concluded at the bearings. The helm was put hard-a- place. Plenty of vacant mountain lion. So the hunter who
counties land to be
and throughout the State the grave in Evergreen cemetery, where port an was. turned about without sure. Neglect of Buenos Aires. slays this pmicular lion will receive _
upon i interment was made under directionof missing stays. "Raise the top sheet After carefully measuring up on the Buenos Aires is the largest city in a reward of a-'iaost six hundred dollars.
I same basis as agreed upon and adopted chart the different courses traversedby the world south of the
Undertaker, Robt. McClellan. and spanker" was the next command: equator. Only The lion does not devour the flesh
; i for the 1915 assessment, that is, upon There were many pretty floral offerings and the vessel lurched on short tacks the expedition, the total length was three cities of the western hemisphere of the animab slain being content to

't I t i a basis of fifty per cent. of the true and the grave is today covered between the intricate passages. where found to be S9: miles ((3x13-13 being -Philadelphia. Chicago and New tap the jugsiar vein and drink the

i cash value of all assessable property, with these lovable tributes. The rocks (stumps) and reefs (logs) sure an unlucky number in this case), York-are larger than the capital of lifeblood.-Lewistoa Dispatch Sacramento .

I the commission would not object to flowers will soon fade and wither threatened destruction any moment. I but the innumerable crooks easily Argentina. Be3.

,t the assessment for 1916 being made away, but not the memory of the good Finally the Theo. Tison light was I made the distance one mile longer or Wouldn't you suppose that you

c :' upon such basis. deeds of Mrs. Palmer, for they will sighted a-beam and the tiller was put 40 miles in all. The members of the might send a money order throughour .. ""

J This, I tnink, should meet with the last as long as are spared those with to starboard and the vessel shot into expedition are warmly congratulated post office to such an importantcity Health DefUrtment's Co'1 Novel Work.

-I I approval of every Tax Assessor in whom she came in contact and.those the well buoyed passage to lona land- on all sides on their unprecedentedsuccess as Buenos Aires? Yes, you would Health Jmissioner Ruhland of

Florida, and I am therefore writing to among whom she labored.-Gainesville ins1. At lona there were several veteran in missing what they went for. I II I suppose so, but you would suppose "diagnostic Milwaukee I opening s'fetions. a The series of free of
wrnnfl'.. purpose
S ask that kindly indicate to immediately Sun, Feb. 25. sailors who were consulted as to -
you me these station* is to give medical ad
Mr. L. L. Palmer was recently engaged the route to the camphor farm. One Uncle Sam has no direct way of
:; whether 'or not you will : vice. No attempt::: will be made at
I to travel over Bradford countyin of them, :Mate Bert Strong, said the carrying money from Philadelphia to
. I agree to carry out and be governed by i the interest of the Telegraph, and place was 17 miles away and the passage the queen city of South America. "Be treatment; but when necessary the
? i such basis in the case will be
making 1916
t assessment Deferred a dispensaryor
during the time he made many friends, full of rocks and shoals, where fore the war, a postmaster says, "we
;:: i in your County. who will regret to learn of his be- the lead had to be heaved every five Now Well had an arrangement with Belgium to to the family I physician.

t i Uniformity in the assessment of all! reavement. minutes. lie had sailed the passage transfer money to Buenos Aires, but "What I h'ipe to do," writes Doctor

; properties and uniformity in the basis I i in by-gone times, but since then the we don't handle postal money orders Ruhland, "is to train the public to the

.fer.V for assessment throughout the State AN ESSAY ON KING SOLOMON Dowling-Shands company had removed Thedford's BlackDraughtis now.-Philadelphia Public Ledger. value of fystjinatic, periodic, physical

., is the main object which it is desired the bU9Ys and range lights, would[ examinations; as a preventive meas

': to have accomplished. With each Tax (By a School Boy) not like to tackle it again. The party, the best all-round medicine Figures That Stagger./ ure. I believj? that it will be a great

,- Assessor in the State working faithfully King Solomon wuz a man who livedso after viewing the lake, again set sail I ever used," writes J. A. A French soldier with a taste for deal cheaper; for the municipality to

to bring about uniformity upon many years in the country that he nor-east for Strickland's landing, and Steelman statistics has calculated the amount engage men for this diagnostic work

the basis which was fixed'! for the 1915; wus the whole push. lie wus a offul I from Captain Strickland, an old sailor, of Pattonville,Texas. of soil that has been moved in the than to riaiutain and enlarge expensive -

assessment, and which basis it is now : wise: guy and 1 day :2 wimmen came to received proper directions. "1 suffered terribly with liver work of trenchmaking. There are hospita!' where the unfortunateare
him each one holeding the I about five hundred miles taken c;r> of when it is too late,
legs uv a Every stitch of of first-line
suggested that for the canvas was
I you agree upon now troubles,and could get no relief. and when' t6 'ir further existence
baiby and nerely puling the kid in 2 trenches stretching from rep-
I' 191t asessment greater uniformity : hoisted and the course taken down the I the North "
I and better equalization of tax a sess- and each clameing it and King Solwasn't present Middleburg channel, along the: The doctors said I had con- |I sea to Switzerland. And there are resents mereeconomic loss.
fealing juss rite and sed Why r.crth side of the i five cr six lines of trenches
1 ments in all parts of the State will be lake. Black creek sumption. I could I upon each
not work
j at S
cuddent the sile. A Alumin-jm Now Plentiful.
brought about. brat ben twinz and stopt bridge was hailed-there was a bridge ( of ten lines or trenches
this mixup, and then he cald for his and the water under it was black, so: all. Finally I tried on the two sides would give a length Although aluminum was almost un- S
In view of the fact that we have sored of about five known a few it is declared
2 this years
I splitt innacent littel kid the right course was held. no doubt thousand miles and this ago. now
: I certain fixed millages that can not bet so each uf the wimmen: cud have haf Then a wire fence was sighted on the; THEOFORD'SBLACKS has involved a task of excavating by tb<* Vnited States geological .

I reduced except by the Legislature, and[ when the reel ma uf the baiby huts in starboard side, and, as the directionssaid twice as great as that of the Panama survey to be the most abundant cmetalq.

. I I't a constitutional amen ment. to raise and sezs Stopp solomun stay thi han a lighthouse was seen in the cor canal. And it has all been done by In tho form of its oxide it

l'f the 191( assessment to a basis double l let the old hagg hay the kid fur if i ner of the fence. The keeper was not hand labor with military shovels and constitutes al.out 15 per cent of theearth's

"1 that of last year would necessarily kant hay a hole kid i dont want enny at home. "Hard-a-starboard!" was the much of it has been done under fire crust Within a generation it

t I mean a large increase in the amount: and King Solomun told her 2 take the next command. "Right as she goes." and by men who have to work while has been so extensively exploited and

'-. of taxes that the taxpayers would I baiby and go home and wash its fase The course was southeast. Soon the lying on their chests! developed that its price has fallen

: have to pay. The increase on account for he wuz hep it wuz herz and he told channel forked. but the pilot took the from $14 or,.;15 a pound to 20 cents.

t I of the one mill State School Tax and I the other daim go chais herself. King starboard lead, while he probably DRAUGHT Successful Brain Amputation. There are further opportunities in the

.; the one-half mill State Board of Heath Solomun wuz the father uf the masens should have taken that to port. The The Paris Journal cites a surgical perfection of a process whereby it may
and bilt Solornuns tempel. He had course bore miracle. Doctor be commercially: \ extracted from the
more and Guepin
: Tax, which I have authority to more south expounded
no reduce and to
I would be four hundred and fifty 700 wifes and more than 300 lady which looked suspicious, but two my surprise, I got better, before the Academy of Science the unlimited deposits in the clays and

thousand dollars in these two funds frens and that is why ther is so many booms (gates) were encountered, and am to-day as well as anyman."Thedford'sBIack. case of a. soldier of twenty-two years rocks which'are to be found In all
. free masens in the world."Amphibious.. which had been of age, who had to parts of thearld..
alone. This would represent the in mentioned in the sail ..........-..-- -- undergo a partial
ing directions, and the .UJ'ULiUlOn 01 the brain.
course The
r crease in State taxes, while they would pilot and all the crew look so far recovered that he will Limbs Booming.An .
L. also be a considerable increase in som Speaking of fish stories. one cannot ed anxiously for Bull creek, which vegetable liver medicine, that not be discharged from the active industry which amounted to little

3 features of the County taxes, which! help being reminded of the occasion should be crossed, but it did not turn has been regulating irregularities army. The doctor verified the fact in the pat but is now growing by

r. would certainly amount to not les S when a committeeman was examininga up. Perhaps it did not work on Sun of the liver, stomach and that the rapid removal of a part of the leaps and bciinds is the manufactureof

i; than half million dollars increase and class of boys In the South. "Can day. At last, on a ridge ahead, was cerebral matter has been productive false arms and legs. One American -

r probably as much as a million dollars;, any of you" he asked "tell me what seen a newly plowed field-that must bowels, for over 70 years. Geta of no appreciable trouble. The oper concern 'Ii said to have received

1 or more, increase in State and County: 'amphibious' means and give a sentence be part of the camphor farm. Xo. 5, package today. Insist on the ation depends for its success on speed already orders from the French and

1 taxes over what was paid last year: to illustrate?" A bright little who had a telescope looked at the genuine-Thedford's. E-70 and boldness. English governments to the extent of

t and it was to prevent this unnecessary: darky held up his hand. "'I know, sah! supposed field, but found it only cut- $15OOO.OCO. !The normal producing ca- .

I increase in taxation that I took this It's lying! Mos' fish stories am fibious over land lately subsoiled by salamanders Spanish Inventive Genius. pacity of thi* concern is 250 artificial

; matter up with the State Tax Commission !"-W. B. Allen in Scribner's Mag and gophers. I The remarkable inventions of nn in legs a mon&.,,' but Popular Science -.

c. and am now bringing the same t 0 azine. The channel now bore to the south II I genious Spaniard Senor L. Torres y Monthly is Authority for the statement
: your attention. west and it became evident that the Greece Mountainous Greece. Quevado. are described in the Scientific that tb. concern is planning to .

1 Awaiting your early reply, I am, Avoid Colds. vessel was again on the wrong track: the only Is extremely mountainous. American. Among them is an automaton multiply Its i'utput by five in the near

? Yours very truly, If you want to avoid cold; 'n your Xo sailing marks anywhere and the name being plain region worthy ot the chess player which "protests" future. fi

! PARK TRAMMELL: house, watch for the first r' \ and channel became so blind thai the sail, this province found in Thessaly In if its human opponent fails to --- S

. I Governor try to ktep: the gerns troji & vrs were becoming b'ind. It was! now undeveloped Is a large quantity of Play fairly, and it he proves obdurate MonJ Humble Still.

I :: ing. Make the victim cough or sneeze 8 bells ((12 o'clock) and Xo. 4, the water power furnished< on warning finally stops altogether. "The hust.nd of a famous woman
: nt Moiiw That Ms tat Affict TIM Hud by torrents which Senor
in his handkerchief, and after the steward wanted to serve dinner. but sweep through the Torres' work is so highly valued novelist kaotfs what obscurity means."
Became of its tonic and laxative effect. LAXATIVE plains In the
.- BROMO QC1NISE is i better, than ordinary handkerchiefs are soiled put them in looked in vain for fresh water, and rainy season, doing great by the Spanish government that "So he di'fs, but somehow I feel
t Quinine aad doe ..t em.s: oerrooiiness nor a special dish, cover them with water Bull creek seemed as far away as damage their course for the remaind It grants him a generous subsidy in more eympajhy for the fellow who
riepne tii bead. Reoernbet the fun name anc ever er of the
look for the siwfure: tl IU y.'. GROVE r.' and boil them for fifteen minutes. I The vessel now entered year being marked by dry furtherance of his Inventions, which plays In theorchostra while his wife
a buoyed I ravines.
: < cover many fields. does a class'; dance on the stage."



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the mill shipped a carload of knitted CALOMEL SALIVATESAND

r- News. of Florida in Short Paragraphs. I goods part to of a an big order Chicago of firm nearly, it 10,000 beinga MAKES YOU SICK Cold Settled in myf., Stomach.

4onGi4y! c iooe7em sanaaO C2S2S y ,524saooezo
5 dozen garments to be filled during the 3

i Live State News I year. Acts Like Dynamite on a Slug- Lost My T .rP\\.q. I:rook I

TALLAHASSEE. Leon county gish Liver and You Losea
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Told Our board of commissioners were in ses- Day's Work. Appetite.Could !Peruna. I
by Exchanges. sion considering the large number and > ::::.

J profitable bids made for the one hun- : t' +

dred thousand dollars of good roads There's no reason why a person Not Am Cured.
COCOA.-Exciting motor boat races warm again, yesterday afternoon and bonds offered for sale at this time. should take sickening, salivating cal- .
were held Tuesday of last week over a this morning. This is no doubt the The other hundred thousand
of the two omel when 50 cents buys a large bottleof
five-mile course at Cocoa. The amountof end of frost weather and as Mr Moore hundred thousand dollar bond issue Dodson's Liver Tone-a perfect Sleep. ::Peruna

interest shown in the race and the has the finest and earliest prospects voted last fall for good roads, will not substitute for calomel.It .
number of entries made, indicate that ; for melons in this section of the stateit
be offered for sale until later. The is a pleasant, vegetable liquid All A Great
o'ther and more extensive races will be is easy to realize how he made $1,000by high prices offered for the bonds and which will start your liver just as sure- .

held there in the near future. protecting them from frost MondayST. the large number of bids show that ly as calomel, but it doesn't make you I

investors regard them as a most excel- sick and can not salivate. Remedies r:: Family

PALATKA.-Ten carloads of fruit PETERSBURG. county lent buy. Among the best bids were Children and grown up folks can .

and vegetables went into the discard seat question in Pinellas county bob- from Florida banks, the Barnett National take: Dodson's Liver Tone, because it Failed. I i jMedicine.i

Saturday morning when fast freight of bed up again last week at St. Peters Bank, of Jacksonville making the is perfectly harmless. IS ;' .

the Atlantic Coast Line, northbound, burg when a petition was put into cir- highest bid of 103200. This bid was Calomel is a dangerous drug. It is = ;; :

was derailed beyond Satsuma, near culation asking that the board of coun- accepted, which gives the county $3200 mercury and attacks your bones. Takea ;o ;

Palatka. The line was blocked untila ty commissioners call an election to above par and is considered an excel- dose of nasty calomel today and you -- --- -- --------....... '' '' ''''- --- -- -', -f

late hour Saturday night, traffic be- determine the location of the county lent price. will feel weak, sick, and nauseated to- r Mr. Chas. Sauerbier 815 Main street St. ;S ; :
ing rerouted. capital before a new jail and court morrow. Don't loseI'- dav's-- wnrlr"Y.... ,

I house are built, for which bonds were PALM BEACH.--Those who wit- Take a spoonful of Dodson's" Liver Mich., a constant Fried of Perunrt'., Uses i it in his ..; .;

TARPON SPRINGS-Dredging operations recently voted. The county seat is at nesed the thrilling performance on the I Tone instead and you will wake up Family. .'' ,.

are going forward all along present located at Clearwater, but for ocean beach about a mile south of Gus' feeling great. No more biliousness, L : t it
constipation "- -- ..... ..... ,.,.. .
sometime sluggishness
the bay from Tarpon Springs to St. St. Petersburg has been Bath when :Miss: Billie Burke dashed' headache, - - -- ,} .. .

Petersburg. At Dunedin, a big yacht waging a strong fight to obtain it. down the beach and into the surf in a coated tongue or sour stomach. Your 1 -

basin is being prepared. At Indian The petition is to be presented to the runaway racing automobile realized druggist says if you don't find Dodson's fray --t--- .'

Beach and Indian Rocks, extensive commissioners at their March meting. for the first time in their lives, if they; rible Liver calomel Tone acts better then hor- ;
basins are being opened and extensive have never done so before, that the life your money is waiting i '
' work is going on at Da vista and John's JACKSONVILLE. transportation of a moving picture actress is not all for you. ((12-4% ) :

: Pass.TALLAHASSEE.. facilities of the railroads entering bon-bons and dinner-dances. "Fine!" UNEARTH PREHISTORIC RELICS

Jacksonville from the east, west and shouted Walter Edwin- the director of NEAR OCALA cERflhIZRS

t .-S. E. Hutchinson north are being taxed by the heavy the motion picture company which is a' j
received last week 1100 live quail passenger traffic at this time of the here from the studio in New York city

through the Southern season, according to representativesof producing a movie serial for George MAGNOLIA SPRINGS-A prehis- -
Express office.
The pretty birds were shipped in the line entering thecity, and it is Kleine productions, as the runawaycar toric which burial ground of the Seminoles, DIFFERENT CROPS REQUIRE ;
each the consensus of opinion that Floridais with its handsomely-gowned occu- existed perhaps before Colum-
tf containing 100 of the feathered bus DIFFERENT KINDS OF
. beauties. The cost of each enjoying the heaviest business in pant sped down the beach and dived discovered America, has just been
$100 thus crate was recent year. The through trains from into the ocean with a great splash- found at Magnolia Springs. Dr. E. J. { FERTILIZERS
t making an investment of
. $1,100 for the Chicago, St. Louis, New York and while the camera operators strained Thomas of New York and John Ken- r While the basic elements arc the same the
big These birds
covey. drick
are for the stocking of the Hutchinson other principal points in those sections every' nerve in their effort to get the York,, who swell known artist of New >>3 ,amounts of thc I ingredients}".
at the
\ farms. are arriving daily with extra scene; with their machines. Magnolia
Springs hotel made ,t' FAVORITE FERTILIZERS ARE
equipment in the way of additional the discovery a '
Pullman sleepers to accommodate the few days ago and immediately sought ; MADE TO MEET THESE

STUART.-Rev. II.1.. Harjo, a overflow of travel.ORLANDO.Thieves. PALM BEACH-Two more Florida permission from Manager C. A. Cole CON iTIONS.
prominent Oklahoma! Indian who recently counties-Dade and Broward-have to excavate the mound. Mr. Cole had
been declared tick free Each sack marked! to show the important
came to this state as superin- by the state no objections but referred them to 0. is

tendent of missions among the Seminoles broke into the health authorities, who have requestedthe D. Seavey, who has owned the property '\ dcfJtnts.

last week purchased the orange freight car containing the Osceola department of agriculture of the for twenty-five years. Althoughthe Special Formulas; r All Honda Crops .'

" grove of Charlie McPherson, at Stuart county exhibit at Orlando Monday federal government to release the territory mound is only 200 feet away from Write

for $10,000. The tract consist of 25 night and stole a number of wild ani- from quarr ntine. That portionof the hotE'IIr.. Seavey had never 4, forjQuotalions.AGRICULTURAL .

acres. with nine acres in citrus trees mal hides belonging to Lewis Lang Palm Beach county south and west I heard it called an Indian mound and CHEMICALS.

from five to seven years old and two and others. The hides had been on ex- of the Hillsboro[ drainage canal has.' was averse to hangit dug up INSECTICIDES.IIILIILII;
acres in pineapples. hibit at the Tampa fair and were being; also lieen declared tick free and will When told that Dr. Thomas and Mr. .

moved to Orlando for the exhibit at be released from quarantine along Kendrick had made a life study of [ [ {
the five-county fair. The car was with Dade and Broward counties. This Indian relics and had collections of fflVEPENDENT COMPANY

f TAMPA.-Five men were injuredand broken open before it had been delivered condition is the result of earnest work more than 30,000 stones each, he finally .JACKSONVILLE
great damage was done when last to the committee in charge of and co-operation in these counties for consented to their unearthing the FLORIDA -; :

Sunday afternoon the northbound passenger the exhibit and it is likely that the the eradication of the Texas fever hillock on his property. Ji I.

train was wrecked by a head-on railroad company will make every eff- cattle tick, which has cost cattle growers After two days Dr. Thomas and Mr. ._
ccllision with a freight train at Val- ort to recover the goods or will make in this state many thousands of Kendrick were rewarded for their labor -- ---
rico, fourten miles from It )cooooo< >OOt>OOt>OOt >OOtI
i Tampa. a settlement therefor.MANATEE.Manatee. dollars annually. Interest in tick by unearthing, greatly to the astonishment j3
was a miracle the casualties were not eradication work in Florida is
grad of Mr. Seavey and the
greater, and it appears the blame for county was ; ually increasing, and other counties hotel] guests, three skeletons, half a I Listen '

which the accident should have lies waited with the for the freight, last night declared to be the winner of I will no doubt soon join in the cam dozen skulls, four arrowheads and Stop! Look! ./
pas- I paign. Escambia is taking look- stone
the county championship prize at the steps axes were dug up.
senger at Valrico. South Florida Fair, with Polk countya I i ng toward this end. Dr. Thomas said it was impossibleto

close second. Prizes are in each instance I CLARK WINS FIGHT say how long the bodies and relics I 30-Days Sale Still Going On. 1
l\lIAl\II.-One dollar and twentyonecents cash- $75 for te first prize and PATRONS F. D. had been buried there but he believed ',

each for Dade county avocadoes.This $25 for the second. The announcementwas them to be prehistoric. The skeletonsall hel'i'i'iI
is the record price, just receivedby made after the awards in the measured more than six feet. One Goods arriving every day at the safae prices and

H. H. Hart for fourteen avocadoes various classes had been re-checked, Washington, D. C., Feb. 25.-On the measuring 6 feet 6 inches, is perfectly %-,

picked from one little tree in the yard as the difference between the two floor of the National House of Repre- preserved and in the skull the teeth ter service. Come and be cor&inced. .

of his home in Miami and shipped by counties was very little. The cham- entatives today. Congressman Frank remain perfect. The root of a tree .

express to New York. The fourtE'en.avocadoes pionship prize includes the highest Clark of Florida, brought to a successful has grown in the exact shape of another .-

. sold for $17, and Mr. Hart !. number of points figured on the exhibits close the fight he has long main skull. We have a full line of Dry Gods Shoes, Ladies';

today received a check for $14.13 net, in the agricultural, live stocks tained for the patrons of the rural Another strange feature about the ""

the express having been deducted. Hi woman's work and school depart free delivery service. The trouble began relics was that grease still clings to : :
net profit from the fruit was over. one ments. several months ago when the the pieces of pottery found. Dr. Thomson Qents'and Children's Wearing Apparels; Our full line '

1" dollar per avocado. Postoffice Department began., arbitrarily says this fact is easily explainableas
to consolidate certain rural routes Florida sand is a great preserva of Groceries is being sold at cost price--clour a specially.
KISSIMMEE.-When J. M. Wilson, served horse-drawn tive.
FORT PIERCE.-The present vegetable Jr., returned from a visit to the Semi- instead by motor routes vehicles of approx and install The skeletons were found lying face I

.1' movement from St. Lucie coun nole Indians in the Everglades last twice the downward with heads I IPhone
imately length of the ones to the south. Del/t
ty is probably the most lively that i it
he brought with him Cash Store
Friday a glass abolished and without in any way con It is a known fact that the aborigines Rosenberg
j has been in the past three or four
of made Indians and
jar syrup by sulting the will of the people to be buried with their chiefs and priests
1 years. Unusually large shipments are sent as a gift to Dr. M. J. Hicks, o" served by the new routes. their favorite pieces of pottery containing .

q going forward now from every expresst this city, who,is a great friend of the Of course this caused all manner of food to nourish them on their 132 ;' I
station in the These
t Americans. This is offine
original syrup inconvenience to the people affected journey to the Happy Hunting Ground.
j include beans, peppers, e;g- quality and is made by the Indiansown and It is also known that the tribes burnedthe >OOC
immediately began to <
1 > 000
plants, tomatoes, potatoes and genera'truck I pour >OO<
which calls for the boiling
, process sand
into the office of :Mr. Clark and other so as to preserve their dead ,
with beans, peppers and eggplants down of sixty gallons of juice into --::;
1- members of Congress, in whose districts and Dr. Thomas says the sand exca- -.;

f leading. eight gallons of syrup. Mr. Wilson the experiment was being tried. vated has the queer look of burned PLANT CITY SHIPMENTS season, whljh has been running but .

reports that the Indians are for the These protests were taken up with the sand. As there is no stone in Flroida, twelve wetljless; than 6,000

TAMPA.-An example of what bet most part suffering from hardships Postoffice Department, but nothing the doctor has concluded that the arrowheads -, T"E'nt.four Cars of Berries Sent being shiprj-.l during the first quarts four
i roads have made in Flor He said their and in
ter possible hogs dogs were gained The originally came from some
Department North Last Week weeks of te:: season, waking
ida is the trip or Contractor Parkerof poor shape and the Indians themsehe' seemed determined to carry out its experiment of the Northern tribes. I one million,jj-iaits of berries to nearly leave F

this city, who motored from Miami none too prosperous looking. regardless of the inconvenience The mound is GO feet long, 80 feet this point i* eight weeks. The
( here in the interval between 7:30 I wide Strawberry receipts for the past ship-
1 a.m I it caused or the amount of pro and 12 feet high. It is located in I ments for it V5 whole of last fella
and 9:15 p. m.a distance of 210 tests received. a clump of live oaks and longleaf pine week were heavier than had been anticipated little year
JACKSONVILLE.-That the cattl Qf
,i miles. Several years ago, this trip It was decided to the matter 200 feet from the St. Johns river, I after the cool weather of this short quarts, while
of Duval county are considered the carry season receipts will
would have required ::t least a week to the floor of the The four largest trees mark the four last week, and proved to be the heaviest exceed V
House. Accordingly million
best is shown by a recent sale o:f a ,nits by tomorrow
And all the l'Oad3n the route are not when the corners of the mound. They are of any week during the present ,,
Postoffice with
110 head by J. C. DeBevoise to Geo appropriation about *h weeks longer for -
yet good by any means. With thei bill nearly fifty feet high: and four feet in.. season, exceeding the record mark set ship-
E. Lake of Watertown. In the heardthere was under consideration in ments to ctr ilnue in heavy
further improvement, it will be possible were 41 milkers, 40 'earlingsand ; the House todlIr.. Clark offeredthe diameter. They are said: to be more I last week by 17.000 quarts. The total With favorakle weather conditions quantities.
to run from Miami to Tampa between than 200 years old and are heavily I receipts for the week are estimatedat and
29 heifers and calves. The cattL following amendment, which wasadopted marketing Cicilities it is. estimated
breakfast and lunch time. covered with huge curtains of Span- 212,576: ; quarts valued at $27,808.38to "
were all Holsteins and among them after a spirited debate: And i that the toy!: receipts for this
I ish moss, through which the sunlight I the growers based upon the price seasonwill
.' were four head that were registered provided further, that no part of the run el' to two million
flickers, making a weird but beautiful paid by the buyers at the local plat- quarts,
: l\IADISOX.-Last Thur day nigh t These were two bulls, one cow and one money herein appropriated for Rural effect. form. or more this twice as heavy as last

Wade Ann Bell, a negro woman living heifer. Mr. Lake has at his Water- ; Delivery Service shall be used to cover solid year, vas the heaviest season .f
The explorers are continuing their Twer.ty-four cars went by ,
in Redding Hammock above Greenville town farm one of the best dairies in'i any expense upon any motorvehicleroute ever known }eretoforc .
i work in the of freight under refrigeration during the
I hope adding more curios ; -
shut up in her house her fou the South. The property consists o:f until a majcrity of the patronsto I I Prices Pilat. the local platform
to their twelve loaded the
collections. They will send j week cars being by '
children, ranging in age from (I or 7 over one hundred acres and thedairy be served by such motorvehicleroute I during the.'st) week showed a good
: the skeletons to the museums of natural Growers Association and twelve cars
months and off t erected shall, by written petition, ask 'I' gain tl.f! :
down to eight went o buildings were at an expens The over week previous. As highas
history at Jacksonville and New by the buyers. freight shipments
Oak Grove negro church. About H 0 of $30,000.::: The stock represents ai n the Postoffice Department to establish York. valued \1Vzc. i *flirt was paid for one lot,
totaled 110,57i l quarts! at $13
or 11 clock the house caught on fire investment of $10,000. such motor-vehicle routes." with the g t:vral.: range of prices for .
Mr. Seavey has communicated I 24>!.3S net to the growers, the average ,
and burned the. children to deathThree Of course, the effect of this amendment the week from
lOc to 16'c
I beg according -
the bureau of American ethnology of price paid by the buyers here duringthe
\ burned to death in bed i iis it will be that the abolishing of a to An
were of
T.UIPA.-Cattlemen of the statein I the Smithsonian Institute at Wash- week for all berries coming in during average
thought, and one got as far as a horse-drawn vehicle route and the establishing from 12'ic .to 13c! maintainedeach
ington which has him to the estimated
attendance at the livestock conference requested week being at 13 1-9
window, where he fell and died. Tw cf a motor route will be left day't' th the average for the
forward skeletons skulls
in Tampa last week, adopted resolutions or even as cent*.
of the children's bodies could not b ie entirely with the patrons of the routeto week being i'out 13 1-9 cents.PlantCity
calling upon the state to they consider the bones valuable for The exact number of freezers
appropriate going
found. be served, which it seems, is a very Cou i if"
I $100,000 for the eradicatioof fair arrangement. scientific study.-Times Union. II I I iby express, as has been given each -f_____
the cattle tick; to give liberally t o I Ii I i week heretofore could not be
Mr. Clark is being congratulatedupon NOT .\ CEMETERY. ascertained {'olds Need Attention.
QUINCY.Mr. H. L. Edwards, of i to the agricultural experiment static:n all sides upon the successful I for this week, and an estimate Internal throat and chest troubles

Juniper route, has just demonstratedthat at Gainesville for experiments in forage termination of his fight. of two hundred freezers a day has produce inflammation, irritation, swel-

it pays to raise good stock. Mr.: grasses; that counties, cattl Tuesday' morning T. F. Hemingway I i. been made to cover express shipments. ling or SGI ernes'and unless checked at

"Edwards killed a Tamworth hog this raisers and their associates make liberal Now is the time to get your strawberry was seen raking off the :gro:!;d on Some days more than this quantity once, are !lively!: to lead to serious .

:: week that dressed 594 pounds. From contributions to their fund that tickets. We print them for you which formerly stood the Central Hotel went forward, but on other days the trouble. Cfli ht in time Dr. Bell's

., the porker sixty dollars worth of lard must be raised for eradication of th on short notice. Good stock, .low on West Call street, while Sheriff number fell short of the two hundred Pine Tar Heney= loosens the

and sausage has been sold and Mr. cattle tick. As an outcome of the conference prices Denmark stood by giving directions. A ; mark, but for the week a close esti- destroys': the which phlegmand have

Edwards reports that he has sixty or the Florida Live Stock Association report was spread that the sheriff was mate would be twelve hundred refrigerators the germs
settled in
Colds throat and It is
Coughs and Are nose.
seventy pounds of the meat left for was formed, with an initial Dangerous. preparing a cemetery for candidates II or an average of two hundred trd'
Few of realize soothing healing. Pine is anti-
home use, that saved being strips membership of fifty. us the danger of who would be defeated' in the primary. each day. .
and Colds. We I septic hon-\J is soothing-both together
Coughs consider them ; -
from the sides and extra good f But the absurdity of the thing was I the net.
table use. No account was kept of ti ore common and harmless ailments. However seen when it was pointed out that the Shipments by days, and posic4s excellent medicinal
OCALA.-The Ocala Knitting Mi!11 statistics tell I value to the growers for each day'sreceipts qualities fot- lighting cold Insist
us every third person germs. -
cost of fattening the hog. The hog place would be much too small for the
i had been used for breeding is shipping 450 dozen children's knee dies of a lung ailment. Dangerous purpose. I were as follows: on Dr. iJ l's Pine Tar Honey. 25c

and was four years of age. purposes lengths union suits to a London, England bronchial and lung diseases follow This lot now belongs to Mr. Denmark i Quarts Price all druggists.(1)(

.t firm, through its New York hou!.e a negliected cold. As your body and he is having it fenced in Friday _________25.488 $ 3,440.88 Drive .alarla .

.r 1 Clift & Goodrich, which is handling struggles against cold germs, no better for a vegetable garden. The vegetables I Saturday _______31, 32 4,060.16Monday Aft Build Up The System
.} BARTOW.-Ask Jno A.Moore about its entire output. This will be foUowednext had __
aid can be than Dr. King's will be in plain view of the Telegraph _; 42.288 5,708.88Tuesda'y Take the Old Standard GROVE'S I
f this. He has 30 acres in watermelons week with another shipment of New Discovery. Its merit has been force, who will probably draw ________40-256 5,434.56 TASTELESS dill TONIC. You know ,

and they are well up, the vines in some 220 dozen suits to another English! tested by old and young. In use over inspirations from their growth. Wednesday___.26,080 3,260.00 what you are diking, as the f formula is

.; instances being a foot long. When the firm. Last Friday the Ocala KnittinMill 45 years. Get a bottle today. Avoid Thursday ______47,232 5,903.90 printed on evvy label, showing it is ;

.4'. frost warning came Monday, he secured received a check from Clift & the risk of serious lung ailments. At Now is the time to get your strawberry Totals ___.212,576 $27,808.38Up Quinine and Ion in a tasteless form. :

r eight men and before night every Goodrich for a little over $1,000 for Druggists. U) tickets. We print them for you to last night a total of 929.834 The Quinine! Drives out malaria, the

j hill of melons was covered with dirt, gods shipped to their order a few I II en short notice. Good stock, low quarts of berries had be n. shipped Iron builds off,Ae system. SO cent f' ?

:; and he let it stay there until it turned. days before, and one day last week! I! Read the Tele rap'.-$1.50 a )'earzTt prices % >.-*.._._..__ from Plant City during the present Bead the Tfcejraph: -$1.50 )'eu. 3_
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Bradford County"TelegraphLocal
: The poor man who breaks a mar- CHOLERA INFECTION.

riage vow is perhaps influenced by the New Hampshire House of Worship, 18 I Political Announcements i '
loose family relations of the present I
and Long Distance Phone One of the greatest dreads of the by 28 Feet, Seats Nmety- : :

A time. He reads about the socially Persons. . _ . . ,
eight - - -
; Number 40 elect in the divorce colonies, and he I hog raiser is hog cholera. Prof. C. L. .........................,p ?T ....'vV-I .... .

thinks he has even better justification.This I Willoughby of the animal husbandry What is declared-to be the smallest Cards not more than one inch in length (72 the democratic jfjlnary,i election to be held 01* h*j

'; Published weekly and entered as is of course no excuse. The divorcee department of the University of Flor- words* will be published under this heading June 6th. 1 rrfclfUe if elected to give cay -\
church in'America having a permanent until the primary electionin ful and conscientious attention to the !
ida, says that hog cholera is the most from date of receipt of T ;
second class matter at the at least gets her alimony, sup i pastor and conducting regular June for J5. A proportionate additional the office. iL--C.: A. ROBERTS. V j jI
heal all wounds of- V contagious and fatal of swine diseases.All for additional fractional
Florida.! posed to though dedicated. It is St. charge will be made space
h at Starke, classes and breeds are susceptibleIt services has been parts of an inch being counted as an hereby armfjnee mys-lf as a eandi- 1\
ten it doesn't. But if marriage were Jean's Methodist church, with a congregation inch. Announcement fees are payable in advance date for the off--*! of County Commissions' V',{

r 'i:. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner more thoroughly respected in high life is caused by a small germ that of 50 French communicants and this rule will not be varied. in Commissioner District No. 2. comprising
the influence would be felt in all social quickly spreads to unaffected animals. Lake Butler and JVorthington Springs voting J
fl. E LAGERGREN. Associate Editor Sick hogs. flowing streams which writes a Manchester (N. Y.) corre- FOR CLERK CIRCUIT: COURT. district subject tthe will of the democratic! .
strata. receive candidacy for voters at the prKiry to be held June 6
spondent. The pastor is Rev. E. J. I respectfully announce my 191J.
Family abandonment nowadays is a the drainage from infected lots, the office,of Clerk of the Circut Court of If elected will fnxhfuly! discharge the duties'
J I Pall soul, whose efforts led to the exposure and solicit your of the office. t'Vf. I:. ALDERMAN Jr.
people dogs, carrion birds Bradfordi! County
of ,
of entering prominent cause poverty. Many -.J
is eve
Portugal on and sentence to death of OscarJ. the primary election to be held on the 6th day
the against Germany. Germany poor women will go hungry rather hat; comes from infected pens and animals wife I' of June. 1916. I am encouraged to enter this FOR COMMISSIONER DIST. NO. I.
war Comery for the murder of his I hereby ann{> myself a candidate'
at roce for
received by
the disease the flattering vote me
to by
than admit that fools may carry healthy race
has room for one moreS enemy. they were County CommUs; aer for the 3rd District
4 always lerds. about a year ago. Mr. Palisoul took the last election. at which time I withdrew and -
S enough to a sneak. Charitable respectfully solic,j your support at the Democratic .
marry had from the second primary in order to preserve ..
The Jasper News boasts of having societies have to be discriminating, A large percentage of loss from hog up the case after the police harmony in the party as well as the proffered primary 6th. I premise if elected
dropped it, and, assisted by Mrs. AliceB. of friends who otherwise obligated to serve the Peoe as the law directs.
cholera is I support were
That's nothing.The due to carelessness V
a petrified potato. though. The deserter may be merely i on the of the New : during that campaign. Those having ..: J. H. MOORE.
Telegraph has dozens of petrified over in some other town, faithfullyand part of the breeder. If hog lots and Montgomery secretary business: with the office will if I am elected. t* -
S in Hampshire Children's Aid and Protec- be given courteous attention and consideration I hereby annoi 'ce myself as a candidate for
delinquent subscribers. industriously sending home his pens are kept sanitary condition by under personal care re-election to the Office of County Commission,
Insisted further action The records my
tive on
S S pay envelope regularly. Meanwhile the: use of air slaked lime and coal tar society, and supervision shall ever be open to inspec- er for Distrirt o. 3 iRaiford and Lawteyi,
Before the editor of the Macclenny disinfectants and all animals and got it.Vhen the authorities tion by the public. Respectfully. I subject to the actjxi of the democratic primary.
his thrifty wife be and -
Standard completes his statistics may drawing supplies people learned of Mrs. Montgomery's interestin H. C. RICHARD.I If elected I will j-t all times work for the in.tertst .
i regularly from the municipalityand coming from infected places are of the pec i te of Bradford county.
about the condition of the hirsutes the case she was notified that "we ;' S. T. DOWLING.
kept from myself candidate for
the societies as a pathetic grass away uninfected herds, I hereby announce a _
that cover the domo-like heads of there is are handling the case and your effortswon't re-election to the office of Clerk of the Circuit
widow. comparatively danger.Do FOR DISTRICTNO.4.
Court subject to the action of the Democratic
Florida he should ascertain
editors be
: The lot of the genuine abandoned not allow the pens to become muddy necessary. party at the primary election to be held June I hereby anmynce myself a candidate for
how many of them dye their hair. Comery poisoned his wife when he 6th. 1916. Pledging to the people of Bradford re-election to t'* office of County Commietioner ." V
t \\ fe grows more and more pitiful. The and deep in filth. Clean them out and careful attentionto for !is>trct No. 4 IStarke). While -
S found that Eunice Campbell, a high- county courteous. prompt
f costs of herself and little and with disinfectants or scatter 1 the duties of t.toffice were new to me I V
:- It now looks as though the squabble supporting spray the business of the office respectfully solicit -
school girl with whom he had been have tried to 6-tae the best interests of
1 my
States and Ger- ones multiply. But the of washerwomen slaked lime around the pen and sleeping their support. "
; between the United pay intimate, was about to give birth to a W. T. WEEKS. district: and ti' -CoUnty at large. With the
about the destroying of entente keeps about stationary. Police i quarters about once a week. Keep experience I ha-. had I feel that I can give
many child. He is now awaiting execution.He better serviiVK the future and if re-elected _
authorities should reach the the troughs clean. Poorly nourished FOR REPRESEXTATlnGROl'P OXE.
armed merchant vessels without warning out I shall certain; t. always strive do
is the first murderer to be condemned la the Democratic Electors of Bradford County. to what is
2 will come to an end through the long arm unremittingly for these a r.d Jice infected hogs always invite to the gallows in New Hamp- Florida- best for all: concerned. On this basis I solicit

allies giving the arming of such sneaks and shirks, and make them I an attack and are less resistant than I I hereby announce myself a candidate inGROI.P the vote .y!*:the democrats of the district:
up shire in more than thirty years. for re-romination for the officeof L. UNDERBILL.
O\'E. iL !
vessels. It would be a wise move on realize that there is a God in IsraEl.- healthy ones. If slops are fed see tot St. Jean's church society met for a Representative of Bradford County. Florida. -- "

their part as the armed merchant Gainesville Sun. i that they do not contain large quantities subject to the action of the democratic primary FOR COMMISSIONER DISTRICT xOS:
number of years in the vestry of St to be held in June 1916.I I hereby arwi unce myself a candidate for
ships could hurt the Germans but lit- ATLANTA JOrRX.\L OX W.-\TSOX.I I i ; of soap powders, coffee grounds, Paul's Methodist church. Then the respectfully solicit the support of all democratic County Comm.'nioner of District No. 5
putrid matter or anything that is indigestible nominated and Brouker an.1 Hampton). I
tle, while the latter would have a good leaders decided have home of electors. and promise if respectfully solicit
or filthy. a elected to faithfully discharge the duties of the support rf: Jhe voters at the democratic
excuse for destroying the armed ves : I their own and they built the present the office. JOE HILL WILLIAMS.I primary to be I.ld on June 6th and promise

sels. Meanwhile the English continueto Under the heading, "Georgia's Leper Lice sap the vitality of the hog and diminutive structure. The main auditorium if elected to in Jiy duty as such ommissioner.
weaken the resistance to disease.When hereby announce myself a candidate In rj A. B. SURRENCY.
hold American ships forcibly the Atlanta Journal calls all
up on is 18 by 28 feet with seats Group One for representative in the State -

,- remove passengers belonging to the who are "masters of their own minds" spraying the premises spray the hogs. for about seventy persons. In a tiny Legislature. subject to the action of the votersin I hereby announce myself a candidate for

central allies nations. and have "any allegiance to the demo- The coal tar dips are good insecticidesas the democratic primary eleition to be held County ComRii':;ioner of District No. 5
well disinfectants.If gallery are seats for 28 more. In the on June 6th. I promise if elected to give care- : (Hampton Broker and New River), and lea-
S cratic party or any concern for the as basement there is a miniature heating ful attention to the duties of the office and to eetfully I<)lici :th.. support of the democratic
The only independent man is the state's honor and integrity" to "prove hog cholera appears in the immediate use my utmost endeavors to act for the best voters in the'p mary to be held on June 6th,
small kitchen and lava.
farmer who is out of debt. He alwayshas their vicinity give special attention apparatus, a a interests of all concerned.D. and faithfully! promise if elected to do my duty
unswerving independence of Thomas euch commissioner and
as .
tory. F. MCDONALD. to use all
a market for his produce, and instead E. Watson," who is designated at to__ sanitation___nn___ _on/J.._ keen--nr <_vprvtJiinymight __" .:..___" that_.._, _Eisnop, J'nnv._ __. Hamilton u __ --- in continuing tv-jrork the county convicts my upon

of having to solicit trade, trade that traitor carry the disease away from presided FOR REPRESENTATIVE-CROUP TWO. the roads. J. E. ADKINS.
to democracy and the
at the dedication. .
T h..hv annntinMa. Vnvcolf. ft > nfll/lata in!
to him. Should the market not "" '"
comes vilest of all enemies to the state." the hogs. Get in communication with I GROUP TWO for nomination i f""orth office of I wish to nngounce to the citizens of Com-

suit him he can use the produce at "Watsonism," the editorial "is the hog cholera agent of the section Representative in the Legislature from Brad. missioners Pu>vict Xo. 5 that I am a candi.
says ,
home. We are often amused and as or with the State Board of health, of PLAYS SOLOMON WITH DEER ford county subject to the action of the Dem- date for County Commissioner in and for said
a leprosy which menaces the social ocratic primary election to be held on June district subject the action of the democratic
often disgusted at the subterfuges and moral as well as the governmental Jacksonville, and arrange to have the 6th. 1916. I respectfully solicit the support of I primary ('Iectif'ii of June 6th. If elected I

: political candidates will use in orderto life of the commonwealth hog cholera serum ready for immediate Judge Unable to Decide Who Shot all voters at said Democratic primary and promise t> faithfully discharge the duties of-

gain support, but these measures as long use. Buck, So He Has the Animal promise a faithful discharge of my duty if I the office with Vie view; of serving the best interests -
all ncemed.
as is harbored in the democratic am honored with nomination and election.

are precisely like those used by busi- : ranks, but which will waste away and Halved. A. S. CREWS. "' JAMES REYNOLDS..
Treat your kodak toan Ansco -- - --
ness and professional men to save
die of its own poison as soon as it is FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT.I FOR SHERIFF.
their existence. The farmer is the driven to the pest cave where it be- Speedex film. Costs no more but bet- AH day a lone deer, a three-pronged respectfully announce myself a candidatefor I hereby nnn-.unee myself a candidate forreel..ction V

only independent man, and young men I ter.-The Hoover Bros. Studio. buck. was lying in an automobile in the office of Superintendent of Schools of to tljs office of Sheriff of Bradford

think longs. front of the new courthouse Bradford county and solicit your support in county. I hate during my encumbency endeavored -
I in should awaiting
a The editorial "the the I to faithfully discharge my duties as
speaks of fear- primary election to be held on the 6th of
: twice before entering business or pro. some gentlemen: who journey to \Vat.son's ++*++4-141 1111 11 I N I 14-H-++ Justice Willis' decision as to who June. 1916. pledging myself if elected to j! sheriff and hose that my work has met the
j I approval of th?:.public to the extent that I
fessional life in preference to farm. 4 owned the animal. The animal was faithfully discharge my duties. can
home" in quest of "this demagogue's O. L. IIZELL.I I] hope for a tr-.I support at the coming pri-
ing. + CHURCHES. + shot a week ago in the wilds of Jacks mary. If re-fted! I promise as good service

S_ favor, declaring they are + + mountain, and James F. Kearn of Bea- hereby announce myself a candidate for I as hitherto; Emij wlil endeavor to do better yet.
Rube the of the Sara- "selling: their souls) and are becoming the office of wherefore I Mipectfully solicit your suPPOrt. .
1 Allyn, sage vertown claims he shot it and County Superintendent of Public
+ BAPTIST-Rev. W. A. Fer4 swore .
sota Sun is candidate for accomplices in the betrayal of their Instruction subject to. the action of the democratic I'I S. B. DENMARK.
a represen out
a warrant for the arrest of five
and their + rell. Sunday school 9:45 A.of primary election to be held on June
tative in the legislature from Manatee party state. men for stealing the deer. Joseph 6th 1916. I respectfully solicit the support' This is to announce to the citizens of Bradford V
the editorial + M. Merning service 11:00 + !: county that I am a candidate for Sheriff
Continuing, characterizes ; of the voters at said primary. ,
i i
has his
Bro. Allyn pictureabove Hummel
county. of New Berlin, one of the [ subject to the action of the democratic primary
his announcement, and it is a Watson as a man "playing his + Sunday 6:45 P. M. Jfisitors + men arrested, also claims he shot. the ; F. A. SCOTT. I i I election to be hold on June 6th. I respectfully

composite portrait of Washington, Jef game for what he can get out of it; as + cordially invited to attend. 4CHRISTIAX deer. I hereby announce myself a candidate for I(! solicit the furr.ort of all voters at the said
: primary and premise
ferson, Calhoun and Clay. A man with a man without loyalty, with no conviction + + Tho Justict decided that the costs the Instruction office of County subject Superintendent to the action of of Public the- : ddties of the. o'vice:" if a I faithful am elected.discharge of the

such a phiz couldn't help being a no conscience and no patriotism, + -W. H. Coleman, + $35, should be divided equally between democratic primary on June 6th. 1916. Pledging -, -f---W. J. EPPERSON.

statesman. Bro. Allyn is the most who is the terror of weak-kneed office + minister. Preaching the' firstr + the parties and that the deer shouldbe to the people prompt. courteous and ure. OR '
flu dispatch of their business if elected. I !
holders. + and third in each + I hereby IIf!'ounce myself a candidate for V
original writer in Florida and fearlesswitbal Sundays cut in halves with the hide on. respectfully solicit the support of the voters ) State
he is magnetic and "As for the Journal's part," says + month. Forenoon sermon at 11 41. .Meanwhile at said primary. E. R. POPPELL. Strator'/.from the Fifteenth Senatorial
: ; a man, the Beavertown party ( District (Bradlnrd: county), subject to the will
S his short the editorial, "we propose henceforth + and evening at 7:80. + ( of the democratic voters
during comparatively connection sermon took the deer home and the justice I hereby announce myself for re-election to expressed at the

J with the Sun has been quoted I to exert our utmost influence to defeat + Church board meeting the first + sent Constable Specht to bring it back. the office of County Superintendent of Schools \ primary respectfully election xllicit to the be support held on of June the 6th.votersat I

more and mentioned more than any: any candidate who is so lacking in + Sunday in each month. Loyal + -Middleburg (Pa.) Dispatch Philadel. of your Bradford votes in county the June and primary.respectfully If solicit said priirayv and premise my faithful at-

manhood and good citizenship as to + elected. I tention to the lutiea of the office if I am elected
1 other newspaper scribe. Manatee Daughters meet every Friday phia Record. will endeavor to hold and increase the great .
county will be lucky to have him asher cringe for Watson's support or in any + afternoon at 4 o'clock., Ladies + growth of, our schools in results and benefits # _A. D. ANDREWS.- V

i '\ representatives his election is wise seek to gain it. Watsonism means + Aid Society meets the first Fri- + British Empire's Possessions. to tne cniidren 01 tne county.F. G. SCHELL. FOR MEMEEg SCHOOL BOARD DIST. NO. 2

conclusion. treachery, lawlessness and crime infec- + day in each month + In To the Vole 5t-I hereby announce my candidacy -
-, I a foregone at 3:30 p.m. the Woman's Home Companion for mroH t'r of the Board of Public Instruction -

I S tion to whoever touches its ulcerous + Sunday school every Sunday + Laura Spencer Portor has an articleon I hereby FOR TAX COLLECTOR. frori District No. 2. subject to the
II POSSIBLE DANGERS. hand. There is no place for Watson announce myself a candidate for nomination 0'the primary. If successful I
I + at 10 a. m. Everybody welcomeat + the traditions of England in which re-election for the office of Tax Collector for promise to usf my very best efforts to advance

''I 1 ism among decent minded Georgians. + these services. + she says; Bradford county subject to the action of the the cause education in Bradford county.
"The Democratic primary of June 6. 1916. and Your *
state democratic executive pro- support respectfully
) I I The present controversy regarding 4 "This is the most dominant and conquering mise if elected to give the office my time and .:: N. E. ROBERTS.I .
committee which
meets in
i armed merchant ships has already: Atlanta + EPISCOPAL-Rev. A. Osmond .,1 nation of the world today, governing the people my servcie. Respectfully. !
next Saturday render B. M. DOWLING.I wish *.
can to
important : to the
ay voters of Bradford
forecasted possible dangers to this + Worthing, priest in charge. 4 an empire which possesses
service by adopting adequate rules county that am a candidate for retlectioD
country. If Great Britain insi t gpo: to + Sunday school, 9:30 a m. Morn 4 something over one-fifth of the known take this method of announcing to the as a member tS the Board of Public Instruction '
protect the democratic primary against surface of the citizens of Bradford county that I am a candidate for District No.: 2. and if elected I --
its merchantmen the United globe and more than promise
1-1' arming ing and lt:00'1- + for the office of County Tax
sermon faithful
Watson and his crew. But the most prayer Collector terviff to one and all and I respect- .'
States must, in protection of its citizens effectual service be + o'clock. Evening prayetiland 4 one-fifth of. all its inhabitants, a people ocratic subject to the will of the voters at the demo fully solicit put support at the coming primary
can rendered by whose primary to be held on June 6th. In of Juot-.
warn them that armed vessels 'far-flung battle line' protects 1916. Thanking you for put '
t. candidates for public office, for if they + sermon, 7:00 o'clock. Choir re4: making this announcement I refer to my record favors. .,* J. E. DOUGLASS. .
we told
are warships upon which they take a country 'fifty- as treasurer of the county and
"' promise '
; I passage at their own risk. Having will cease all traffic with Watson, if + hersal, Saturday, 3:30 P. M. 4 three times the size of France fifty. the same careful attention to the office of collector FOR MEMB K SCHOOL BOARD DIST. NO. S
; if
they will trust solely to the intelli- + 4 am honored with election.G. .
__.. warned American citizens that such' two times the size of Germany, three W. HAZEN. I hereby ijnnounce myself a candidate for
vessels are warships the United States gence and justice of their fellow dem- + METHODIST-Rev. John A. + I times the size of Europe entire; with re-election *Member of the School Board for
ocrats, scorning the threats of this FOR COUNTY JUDGE. District No. <". subject to the action of the
must deny these ships the use of any + Hendry, pastor. Sunday school + three times the vast populations of all I hereby announce myself as a candidate democratic primary election to be held fa

: American port. Denying them the mercenary demagogue, they can make + at 9:45 A. M. Morning serof the Russias, embracing four conti- for re-election to the office of County Judgeof June 6th. I Respectfully! solicit the support of ,
him a political, as he is already, a nents, and Bradford county subject to the the voters at-jsaid; primary election.
ten action of
+ thousand
use of American the vice 11:00 o'clock + Islands'this -
I. ports, neutrality moral outcast. They drive the ; evening the Democratic primary June 6th. 1916. and -* CHESLEY FOGG.I .
'-. I of the United States can be question can + service, 7:30 o'clock. Junior + the most dominant nation, this promise if elected to give the same daily attention

: ed by the nation offended which finding IJ I- leper to,his pest den and so honor the '+ little home Island, possessed now of to the duties of the office in the fu the hereby *jr-noutice myself a candidate for
I state. Epworth League Sunday 4:00P. + this ture as in the past office of Member of the Board of Public Instruction -

: j authority for arming in international "Who has that + M. Senior Epworth League + overwhelming vast empire wag, GEO. A. GARDINER. ftor.i>.strict No. 3, subject to the ac-
tion of the cJming
or with
courageor people in their primary. If elected I
f law and Hague agreements pro-
cano loyalty to the party and the '+ + I hereby mise eersciewioug service in the interest of
commonwealth more announce myself a candidate
I a step farther and make reprisal.These '. '+ conquered, seemingly, that any the office of County Judge for the county bid the district. and therefore solicit -
hesitate H. +
can at such G. other respectfully solicit -
a tutoort.
people your Betpeetfully.
dangers are so considerable a s I ; conquered by the Romans the support of the voters at the democratic
-. a. .1__ .. duty? -Live Oak Democrat. + Dennison, Pastor. Sunday + the Britons, Saxons the Danes primary election to be held on June 6th. I __t TRUBY B. Pl HOLSTER.4 .
---- _
n LU l1\UI'U; : !I! _
} }
I'uUug- S + school at 9:45 A. M. the believe I did my duty when I held the V10R
;; Preaching + Angles, the Jutes office
I ing the Lusitania negotiations. CAMPHOR TREES AND MOSQUI- and finally, the before. If I am elected again I shall give ASSESSOR.To .

And dangers do not end with the + services at regular hours. + Normans. Conquest after coaquest. honorable and conscientious discharge of the an I the ritiu,'" of Bradford County:-

,: TOS. + Morning service at 11 A. M. + A strange and one might duties of the office. T. J. DEKLE. I express Jiiy sincere gratitude and appre-
I"" termination of the present controversy. ; even think a ciation for tie very kind nnaiffarttttnn_ ___ _irivpn
+ nn ----
I : If the United States induce Great Britain Evening service, 7. Visitors + humiliating childhood. Yet the very FOR COMMISSIONER DIST. NO. 1. me in the pfst and solicit your cordial support

not to arm merchantmen as a con- In making a campaign against the + cordially invited to worship + contrary, when one looks closer, is County I hereby announce that I am a candidate for election in for the!\forthcoming he democratic primary
Commissioner ; office of
+ for District No. 1. Providence County Assessor of
dition to Germany's abrogating its recent mosquitos in Pensacola, the fact may with us. + and Palestine voting precincts. I ear- Taxes. Shcpld again be elected you will

submarine order, it establishes a well be borne in mind, that. while it 4- nestly solicit the support of the voters of the always fin- .we on the job. ready to give the

I precedent which possibly may sometime is of the utmost importance that the ssass. .. ......... .. a. .. .S._......._w----..-_. .. t. .. rrrwrjOur ,".'.'..-1..L. Collies a Failure With Cows. district duties of pledging the office to if faithfully elected.J. discharge the best serv C' hf j' which Very I am truly.capable.

t prove inimical to its own wel- breeding places of the mosquitos be --. Cows, apparently, cannot be herdedon J. BLACKWELDER. f.. N. D. WAINWRIGHT.I .

I :t tf fare. The United States has nearly destroyed, there are other means at crepe waists at $2 are good ,val the "moral suasion" plan. A farmer I hereby anrounce myself a candidate for hereby ononncc-myself a candidate for the

"; 10,000 miles of seacoast to defend. Its hand which will help render the mosquito ues. See them. Morgan. writes to the "Rural New Yorker" to the office of County Commissioner reelection nffice tf Tar A6IIt'SiOr of Bradford county, sub
; J complaining that his for District No. 1 (Providence ject to the-'Democratic Primary to be teld
: fortifications and navy are inadequate less a menace to summer com imported Scotch During and Palestine.). June 6. I9tand
my incumbency I have earnestly solicit the supportof
S, for defense. It might feel compelled fort. + + + + . + 4. + + collie dogs are too gentle with the work faithfully for the interest of endeavored my district to the Cftflicratie voters at said primary. -

lot itself to employ armed merchantmen It is claimed by many who have 4 stock. These dogs he says, are very it and to promise the best if re-elected to continue to serv. good pledtinir and mAelf.fa'\hful if service.elected to give in return
of Respectfully.
\! : to defend its seacoast, and could legitimately these trees planted on their groundsand + SEABOARD TIME TABLE. + bright and intelligent, and would solicit my your ability support, and at therefore the coming respectfully *' J. C. BYRD.

\ I do so until, for supplies or surrounding their premises that + + make good stock dogs if they would primary. A. H. WILLIAMS. -FOR-SUPERVISOR: 1. -----REGISTRATION. V
'L some other reason, these vessels entering the camphor: tree is an exterminatorof + New time table takes effect + only bite the cows "enough to make FOR COMMISSIONER- DISTRICT.- NO. I am a tijndidate for re-election to the officeof
I foregin ports, when they would mosquitos, in-so-far as the effectit + 12:01 a. m. Sunday, Jan. 2, 191C. + the cows afraid of them." The dogs I hereby knnounce myself a candidate for the iupervbjr voters! of registration and will thank

I i be subjected to the same laws now applicable has of freeing from these insects I + Trains will arrive in Starke as + are probably hereditarily disposed not Butler county,Commissioner for district No. 2 (Lake support 11 JKI:ave the given coming careful primary attention for to their the

: to British armed merchant- the neighborhood in which these trees; + follows: + to bite their charges, collies having the voters and of respectfully the solicit the support of duties of tU* office in the past and will con

j I : men. Once armed they could not be are planted. + + been for generations accustomed to mary. If elected I district promise at to the discharge coming pri the term.tinue to d}.;' so if I am c.elected A. KNIGHT.for another

I used as merchantmen until formally Each year sees an increasing number + Jacksonville to Tampa + herd sheep. Their indisposition to at. f"tleg.ef the office impartially. and to have .. --- ----

.1 returned to their original status, without i of these trees pkr.ted in Pensacolaand Xo. 1 -------------11:14 p. m. + tack the cows ought to go to their interest of all the people R. J. always heart. FOR ;CONSTABLE DIST. \O. ,.

incurring liabilities under the law. if it be true, and the fact seems + Xo. :3 11:15 + credit, as being genuine collie. I ntpec'Villy! announce to the citizens of
a. m. distinct
I --
--- I No.
hereby 6. th at I am a canddate
,; I. The United States must be consi tent. to be well established, that the mos- + Xo. 9 (Limited10:34) a. m. + I County Commissioner announce in myself and a for candidate District for for the olPje of Constable in and for said

-Exchange. quitos will not remain in the vicinityof + + New Idea in Flooring. 2 (Lake Butler and Worthingtonl', and No. district Ii- I am elected I will give careful
respectfully attenticn t.
the camphor tree, there is every + Jacksonville to Cedar Key + The floors of a building recently solicit the support of the voters at : duties JACOB of the office.J. JOHNS.

; I DESERTION OF FAMILIES. reason to increase the number plantedto + Xo. 15 --__________ 5:04 p. m. erected in Pennsylvania, where heavy ..'

F a very large extent. + + material is to be stored, form an ex MASTER'S SALE. ---- 1Pur.ha..r -- -

Charitable societies are reporting a The camphor tree is one of the most + Tampa to Jacksonville + dust periment. On a five-Inch layer of saw- !. Notice is hereby given that under and by 4th day. of o{August.Tax Certificate A. D. 1913.No. has 96. dated lied said the V

large number of cases of abandonment symmetrical, cleanest, most beautiful + Xo. 2 ---__________ 4:54 a. m. + has been placed a half-Inch cov virtue closure of made that certain final decree of fore- certificate ia my office aid has made LMI'JC**

i trees grown in Florida and those interested :\ 4 ___ ering of red cement The and rendered the 29th day cf tion fcr tat deed to issue in accordance with
of families the past winter. In some 'I ----- ___ 3:4i p. m. + process was February. A. D. 191';. by the judge of the I law. Said niitifieate embraces the described

cases women are left destitute by reservists I in mosquito extermination + Xo. 10 (Limited: )... 5:54 p. m. + discovered In, and the materials are circuit Florida court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit of property situated in followin.CUt.

t who went back to Europe to might find in its planting a practical + + I Imported from Gftece. It deadens drews Mercantile. in chancery Company in favor of A. D. An Of tl, it:
sound a corporation com 6. tlk 10 in Worthington See. tf.
: fight. But it has been noted for some way to reach some good results.- + Cedar Key to Jacksonville + and is easier for those who do plainant, and against Harrison McNeal and Tp. 6. S. ,I 19 E. The said land Leinif

ii time that desertions are getting more Pensacola Journal. + Xo. 14 --------_____ 9:24 a. m. + their work standing. will Hattie offer McNeal for sale defendants in ; the undersigned ressed at t date of the issuance of ucn.e'r
front tificate in
+ door of the courthouse hIt name of Unknown. Uncj! laid i
p common. in Starke. Bradford county. Florida. during certificate all >
redeemed b'V.
according ti
Strawberry crates, cups and nails. + Wannee Trains Clock Four Generations In the legal hours of sale on Monday. the 3rd ta deed wm issue thereon of 'i
i The societies make the I + Family. day on the 3rd ihy '
curious of
statement X. B. Hull.Whicever. 1 + Xo. 101 Leaves Starke At a sale of the effects of April A. D. 191. to the highest and April. A. i). 1916. .V
_ 4 that these cases are most fre- 6:45 a. m. Haines at John best lands bidder for cash the following described Witre; aiy official signature and ft-al tlii* ''
in I. No. 104 arrives Starke 2:45 p. m. + Romney, Vf, Va., was a to-wit: Commencing 210 feet S of the let daj'Of March A. D. 1916. V
either hard NE
You Need
quent very or very good a General Tonic corner of
grandfather's SEVi of SW
+ % W
T. J. clock; that had run 420 w.
: times. In the former the husbands Take Grove's GRIFFIN Agent. + the family four been la leet for starting point: thence ran S 210 feet. (Seal> 7 EEKS :}
+ then W "ltc'l
+ generations. On the 210 feet. N 210 feet. then E 210 feet By .
become disheartened and The Old Standard Grove's R. A. !:
lie Tasteless to
simply chill Tonic is + + + + + + + + + + + + + Inside of ,the clock Is a statement that beginning in See. 18. Tp. 5 S R 21 Rut 3-3-51. : Deputy Clerk. :
down under the load. It's equally valuable
cowardly as a A. D. ADK1NS.A.
It was repaired n- --
Plenty of middies oOc'and last In 1817. -
t but some men are built that way. In General Tonic because it contains the new $1 It has been S. CREWS Special Muur. Syrup from the Matthews farm is on '
kinds. ,
well known tonic Morgan.Bargains running
: good times men get distant jobs unknown properties of QUINES the constantly and Solicitor for Complainants. J-J-St. sale at 'A. M. Darby's. it is not ,
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives only thing done to it In the last I
: to their families. They may oat Val&ria Enriches 21 tears hal satisfactory return it get t
I the Blood and in furniture at the Variety been some oiling with NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX r you
long have wanted to duck the Builds DEED money.
; yoke DT..tb Whole System. % cent Shop neat depot coal oil UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER _.. :

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.> 1 1Jl Another Testimonial "I l I ; ++ + "I COFFINS } CASKETSAnd j k

, Bits of LocalInformation r<< for I i At the Churches I : FORSALEt; UndertakersSupplies a full J jline of #

Always on hand. The best service .S

CALUMETBAKING CHRISTIAN + at the lowest prices. Special
+ 40 acres on Lawtey and Lake +
Il-N Ill II a ..., ,.,.- t Subject for next Sunday at the + Butler road, 3 miles west of + attention to telegraph orders.
Christian church, at 11 a. m., "Heart ----
r.M/ Omr p.t.. aubtul ... + Lawtey. +
r "' 1 .. ... c..v' 4 r..... Searching." 7:30 p. m., "A Holy Spirit Registered Embalmer
ILI '. r Conversion." Everybody welcome.W. + + ,-

: H. COLEMAN, Pastor.ST. + 25 acres on Lawtey tnd Highland #! DeWITTCJJONES
+ road, "National Highway." + ,
Suc'sr to G. C. Livingston & Co
MARK'S CHURCH. + One-half mile north of depot. +
J. R. Bevill, of Graham, was in town Mrs. Jamie Clyatt, musical instructor Starke Fla. '
+ $600 cash terms. + ,;
Thursday.J. has lately purchased a new piano POWDERThe Next Sunday evening service and + or
7:30. +
sermon, -
and is now prepared to' give her pu-
M. Muse, of Lawtey, was in pils better service as she is teachingat Guild meeting, Tuesday. Place of # 20 acres on Lawtey and Highland + r. ;
meeting announced on Sunday even- + road, "National Highway." +
town Monday. her home. Mrs. Clyatt will appre-
+ One mile north of + General InsuranceI
ing. Lawtey. About
ciate the patronage of those who wishto President'sWedding
Next Wednesday, "Ash Wednesday," + six acres cleared. $600 cash or + .
M. Leviton has been on the sick have piano instruction at reason- I represent note Lut FIRST
list this week. able rates of tuition. Cakewas holy eucharist at 10 o'clock. + terms + CLASS companies and will be
Penitential office and address, 7:30p. +
+ L. H. HILLLawtey + constantly on th* alert to pro- ;
L. of Brooker in The school m.
E. of the ninth
Crosby, was girls grade
prepared by Mrs. J + Florida. + mote your interest Guarantee '
town Wednesday. have organized a sewing class which
Marian Cole Fisher + + courteous treatment to all pa- f
meets twice a week. They are much .
0. Haynes, of Hampton, was a visitor interested in learning to make dainty and Miss Pansey Bowen RUB OUT PAINwith + + trons. A well '.; itten policy bya F
both of whom are + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + first-class agiJ.t in a first-
to Starke Thursday.W. and useful garments, and hope this
known the
good oil
will be the beginning of a domesticart liniment. That'sthe class company sometimes means'

E. Davis, of Heilbronn, was a department in the school. United States as experts surest way to stop them. EDGAR EYES l much in case of loss by fire.
visitor to Starke Wednesday. in Domestic [The best rubbing liniment is j tke
Science work. This! Optician Tested L H. C. RICHARD
Mrs. E. her Mrs.
Strong, daughter, I ,
Wilson-Galt Wedding ; JACKSONVILLE ,FLA. .
0. L. Mizell, candidate for county H. R. Sheldon, and Mrs. Sheldon's
Cake was worthy of .
superintendent, was in town Tuesday. daughter, Miss Xorene, left Thursdayfor the occasion in every MUSTANGLINIMENT Broke.1Le."ses Same Duplicated
Day as Recieved
a sojourn at the noted tourist resorts -
respect. Calumet WeSpccialize on flail I Orders Wt Rw Post
Capt. R. C. Heiberger stopped over of the East Coast, after which Baking Powder was 9 140 W. FORSYTH- ST. ate a s s

in Starke Monday on his way to Jack- they will return to Starke before go- .
used in its
sonville. I ing north again. Miss Norena Shel- and both preparation the a- \

don was the last of the party to arrive bove named ladies i AUNTPATSEY I'i '
V. R. Prevatt and J. F. Johnsonwere here. She came Tuesday. i POULTRY MASH I II
in Starke Wednesday from heartily recommend Good for the Ailments of I
I Calumet Pow- A lire m produce. It ann full if
Hampton. Under the direction of the ladies of Baking Horses, Mules, Cattle, Etc. | led according direction. 3

I the Civic Club, nine oak and maple der for its purity, GOO for "I E. A. MARTIN SEED CO. i I I
wholesomeness, econ- your own Aches, I II
II. A. Hewitt, of Lake Butler, boughta trees have been planted around the I JACKSONVILLE. :
and neverfailingresults. Rheumatism 1
new Ford car this week from A. W. school building. The high school boys Sprains, "" -
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These ladiesuse ----
Anderson1. rendered valuable assistance in plant- Cuts, Burns, Etc.
Calumet exclusively ; core OM Sores, Otter Readies WJD'I Curt
ing these trees. This is an improve- I 25c 50c. $1. At all Dealers.
in their work.I The of how
worst cases no matter long standing
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Crews spent Sat- ment that will benefit the public, especially are cured by the wonderful old reliable Dr. Best fry Every Test

urday and Sunday with relatives at the school children, for yearsto Received Highest Award World' - Toner's .Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves
Pam and Heals at the same Uirr. 2c.: We,{LOO.
Lake Butler. come. Be sure to use Ansco Speedex Films
Pure Food Exposition, Chicago; ..
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for Kodak. In sealed tubes, ab- '
Pant Exposition, France, March, your +"M+H.111++++++++++++I++-M+ I'14 H I+++++++i++++++++++++i .
Miss Lois Peek spent last Satur- Miss Neva Turner, of Starke, was 1912. soluaely fresh. The Hoover Bros +++IH4i +HlilllllllllM++44+tt+++4*+4"m++++++t++++
day and Sunday in Jacksonville, visit- visiting relatives in town Tuesday. Studio. +

ing friends.F. Miss Neva is a contestant in the Jacksonville I


A. Scott, candidate for county 000 votes to her credit and she was U. D. C. +

superintendent. was in Lawtey elec- soliciting new subscribers while here. MORE FORD OWNERS. + \ +:+; J.,
++ + "
tioneering Monday. lliss1ildred Vining is also a con- Last ++ .
Wednesday afternoon the W. .f'
:+ An accurate record of f receipts and expenditures'show exact [$'
testant from and Miss Dol-
Macclenny t
Last week A. W. Anderson, local T. Weeks Chapter of the Daughters : 'fi
:Messrs. M. P. Matheny, John Cle- lie Alexander from Glen St. :Mary.Macclenny .- for Ford received six new of the Confederacy met with Mrs. J. +
agent cars 11
mons, and Geo. W. Hazen, of Brooker, Standard. cars, and each of the following boughta P. Tomlinson, at her residence on ; ; profits :in dollars and cents-..forms the basis for future plans. ;+;: $

were in town Monday.Mrs. car: G. E. Davis, of Glen St. Mary'sT. North Call street, this being the business ff i i i: a t.'.
Leonard Thomson and little son, Milton M. Dorman of D. W. meeting of the chapter for + >'
Laura Knight has returned of Detroit, Mich., are in Starke Hazen, of Brooker, ;Macclenny J. L. Whitten; of I month of March. 1* The farmer who utilizes a checking account i fa the Bank of :i;+; t

home after a pleasant visit with Mrs. and will remain for a month. Mr. Raiford; S. A. Bryan, of Starke. The After a session of business, Mrs. it ii

Sam Crews, of Loughman.. Thomson is a nephew of Mrs. Mary sixth car was sold to a citizen of Lake Tomlinson entertained very delightfully Starke establishes a simple and correct record ofihfc f farm finances ;4.\ !

Hopkins, and was here 25: years ago. Butler, whose name we will give later. with music and refreshments.. : t .1

The W. C. T. U. will meet at the At that time Starke was a decidedlywild Hughes rendered "Valse Caprice" in :;*; besides enjoying every advantageof convenience, safety for (funds |t/+

Methodist church Monday, March 6th, and wooly proposition, and Mr. Special prices on chufa seed, velvet a charming manner. Mr. Leo Canova, ++ *

at 3 o'clock. Mrs. J. F. Colley, Leader. Thomson, on his second visit finds beans and Florida seed peanuts.N. accompanied by his mother, Mrs. J. F. +.+ from loss by fire or theft, and increased standing in tie community. I itt

nothing to remind him of the old days. B. Hull. Canova, sang "The Daughter of Mother -

Mrs. S. J. Sternburg returned home He is loud in praise of Starke's :McCree," and the "End of a Per- 1 ** +{! ,

Wednesday from a visit to her daughter growth.Mr. fect Day." Mr. Canova's singing is Our Officers have made the problems of fa misers in our section i

Mrs. R. H.'Barbour, of Jackson- CURIOUS BITS alwa "s.received with marked approval, t t.

vile. E. Frank Chase received a tel- and this occasion was no exception.Mrs. their earnest study and are always willing tai r extend +. |
egram Saturday, saying that if he OF HISTORYBOSTON'S Tomlinson was assisted in serv- ;; ; ; every ; ;

Mrs. J. E. Wilson went down to wished to see his daughter, Mrs. t I
ing by Mrs. A. S. Crews and Mrs. D. '
While there she possible service. >, + j!
Gainesville Monday. Fronie Wilcox of Jacksonville, while FIRST SETTLER. E. Knight. The Confederate colors jt
the of her sister Mrs. S. T. still in the land of the < 'a
was guest. she was living, -red and white-were carried out in .

DelL must come at once. He took the next By A. W. MACY. every detail of the refreshments, II J

train and found Mrs. Wilcox in a ser- William! Blackstone WM Bos which consisted of cake, delicious jel- BANK of STARKE |

Mrs. S. T. Dell and little son, who ious condition, and had to undergo an ton' first settler. Hi. was a ps lo with nuts, cherries and whippedcream. J
have been visiting! at the home of Col. operation. But the following day she cullir character preferring solitude '

W. T. Weeks, returned to Gainesvillelast was out of danger, and Mr. Chase returned to society, and differing _

Friday. home, proud of being the from tit* majority In his they Florida corn in shuck. N. B. Hull. STARKE FLA liH :

grandfather of a fine new girl. logloti: vie. .. He .came over I
Mrs. C. A. Rowand had the misfor- from Enplnnd about 1623, It Is SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION.The .' 1
tune to stick a nail in her foot Tues- 00 00000000000000 said, tod built a little house on + 1111+I 11+4++++tl'IIII++44+1+++++++4 4-H-++++++++++ ;
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day. The wound is painful but not 0 11111 111111-KI11111111111111 H 1111 t44. i
the peninsula. Evidently he lived .
Bradford School
dangerous.The <> THIS IS FOR YOU. 0 County Sunday ; ., I
there alone for several years, Convention is still in session as the '
but In 1130 ha was Joined by :
Baptist Ladies' Aid Society will '?' When the Telegraph advertises other settlers. He did not relish Telegraph goes to press. It is being o .1 I
held at. the church under the
give a "Stepping Party" on the even- 0 your entertainments free, and $ the Idea of being surround Baptist '
ing of March 10th, at the home of $ thereby causing them to be ed *y Puritan neighbors, however leadership of Dr. R. C. Weidler, gen- .
eral of the Florida
Mrs. Bessent.Mr. <> known and attended, it is with & and Is said to have told School secretary Association. Our people Sunday are THE CASH DEP'T STORE ; t

<$> the understanding that what <8> them that "he I.ft England because of the conventionin
appreciative having
Sidney Padgett, of the Univer- 0 printing there is to be done in $ ';of his 'Mike 1 of the lord- .
Starke and the sessions have been
sity of Florida, Gainesville, was a connection with themt in the way well attended. The transactions of the
guest Sunday at the home of Mr. J. of tickets, programs, etc., be done <> the lord-brethren." So In 1634
convention will be later.
M. Brownlee. at our office. This is only doing he sold out and removed to a given SATURDAY SPECIALSSugar

3 justice to us as pay for our ser- <3> morel ecluded spot. He died In
Hundreds of yards of 5c lees atMorgan's. XIJli
Mrs. J. T. Wills, Sr., came up from & vice. When the printing is given !> 1675, leaving some property, Including ....
Gainesville Thursday to visit her <8> to some other office we will hereafter a library that was quite f. I

mother, Mrs. A. F. Brockmeyer, whois charge for the publicity we $ large and valuable for those DEPUTY REGISTRATION OFFI- --------__-________________________Ji. _-_ ___ 6i? 1
in health. S> give the entertainments. $ days. This library was destroy I
poor 0 0 ed by the Indians In King Phil CERS. 24 ]Ib. Sack Plain Flour __________________);.,.______ .81 i I

:Mr. and Mrs. H. Ford and daughter, 00000000000000000 ip's war. It Included, according 24 lb. Sack: Self Rising Flour______________jL_______ .86 f t

. Miss Laura, of North Branch, Mich., to an Inventory taken at his. The following deputies have been Bacon, Ib _-----------____________________;;?------- -12 1. ,
relatives of Mrs. John Uglow, are The heavy new rails are now being death, "ten paper books." These appointed by C. A. Knight. county reg- '
guests at the latter's suburban home. laid through Starke and will take are supposed to have been man- istration officer: Lard, Ib -----------------------------.---.Jl----_ HI/, '

place of the former rails from here uec-ripta which might have District No. 1-Lawtey, Louis H. Best M. Feed, sack --------_______________. _____ $1.89 '

Fred Lagergren, who is a memberof southward. North of Starke they thrown much light on early colonial Hill.District 4c Butter --________________________ _____i,- ;.. .32 ,
the Third U. S. Field artillery and have been laid all the way to Jackson- history. No. 2-Lake Butler, A. C.

has hitherto been stationed at Ft. Sam ville. These rails average 850 poundsin Strickland. 23c:; lb. best Coffee ______--______--___ ____-!L____ .155423c i fr

Houston, Texas, has gone with his bat- weight each and make a very sub District No. Palestine, John D. ; Arbuckle: Coffee -----_____________7 a _____u .19 1
tery to the Philippine Islands. stantial track. New Spring millinery. popular Pearce. -------------------------------z-----6 f
hOc Rice, lb %/i .
prices. Morgan.
District No. Providence, D. C. .
Mrs. P. E. Gahagan and little son, Our groceries are fresh every week. Williams. Jap Broke Rice: Ib ------------------------L------ .$yz
Our feed are right and qual- !
prices on
Robert Emmett, returned Thursday to District No. 5-Pinehill, A. A. Ha .
ity the best. N. B. Hull. CURIOUS BITS .
their home, Hardeeville, S. C. They

were accompanied to Jacksonville by Costs no more, but better; the Ans- OF zen.District No. 6-Starke, J. F. Kick-

Mr. L. C. Powell, Mrs. Gahagan's co Speedex Film in sealed tubes. Always HISTORYOUR liter.District THE CASH DEPT STORE

father. fresh and perfect. The Hoover No. Hampton, A. A. ;.
Bros. Studio. DEBT TO SPAIN. Futch. x

Roy Edwards, of Elba, Ala., was in District No. 8-Raiford, A. L. Crews 't

Starke the latter part of last week, Seed Corn-Golden Dent, Improved By A. W. MACY. District No. 9-Worthington, R. T. FLORIDA

visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Golden Dent, Golden Beauty, Snow- Taylor. LLSTARKE, I'I'i

M. Edwards, and other relatives. Mr. flake, 10 day Bristol, Hickory King Americans sometimes forget District No. 10-New River, MathJ.
Edwards is successfully engaged in Adam's Early, Country Gentleman, how much we owe to Spain. Sapp. ==ill
Through Columbus, she discovered

the plumbing business. Stowell's Evergreen. N. B. Hull.
America. Through Balboa r ,
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FATHER TIME'S JOB. she discovered the Pacific ocean. -
The Dramatic Club of the Expres- ;;: '
Through Magellan, she demon-
sion Department of the College for strated that America is a conti J Litef :

Women, of Tallahassee, will producethe Tuesday was February 29th, the day nent. Through De Soto, she discovered r; Special Price For A ine

college play, "The Importance of which makes 1916 a leap year. It the Mississippi river. .

Being Earnest," at the Baird Theatre, seemed to be a hard job for Father Before the year 1SOO: Englandhad : Best Cotton Plow Lines, 33-ft. 19c. pair. '

Gainesville on next Saturday even- Time to wedge in the day between tried to settle America, and 4. :

ing. February 28 and March 1st and it failed. France had tried the i Hardware Farming Implements .

could not be done without a lot of rain same thing, and failed. In 1600 .. .

Friends here will be interested to and bluster. Spain was the only power that Now is the time to investigate for your needs on the farm. My line of'Plows: Cultivators I.I I.
know that Lieutenant Bloxham Ward, The length of a year is 365 days, 6 disputed with the red man the I ;
16th Infantry, U. S. A., has lately hours, nine minutes and 9 seconds. To possession of the American con- I Planters Fertilizer Distributors, Hoes, Rakes, Shovels, Pitch Fork.*: : Plow Lines, ,I II

. :. been transferred from the Pacific make the year Begin and end on even tinent. But after that she failed. I Hames, Single Trees-In fact everything for the farm. A Gasoline Engin;Pump, etc. I Ii > ,

, coast to Governors Island N. Y., days, three years in succession were to maintain her advantage. She My stock of the above articles is the largest in the county. A large variety from which :
Introduced the i
where he is on duty as adjutant and given 365 days each, and every fourth had slave trade, :
to make selections. i
executive and bigotry and Intolerance' your jf
officer. for
make .
year 366 days to up the extra I .

6 hours. The 9 minutes and 9 sec- characterized More enlightened all nations her actions.forged Come and Look Them Over---My Prices are Low : t tsi
't Mr. E. K. Perryman; who for sometime onds have so far been charged to profit -
has been the guest of his sister, and loss, but some time there will ahead, and she gradually loather : ; 1- ;r.- ;
Mrs. L. scientific territory, her prestige, her Stoves DeWitt C. Jones I faints Oils5i ;
i A. Davis left last Saturday be a squabble among men glory and her power In the new Ranges i
for Atlanta. While here Mr. Ferryman about what to do with them. .J I II

rendered valuable assistance to world. Starke, Florida '
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INTEREST TO COTTON GROWERS 43; public demonstrations in canning i ":]: BI(} MAIL THEj'NEW .

STORKIE RESOLUT ION RESCINDED MRS. WALDRUP'SREPORTOFCLUBS ance fruits of and SCO-vegetables and 23] demonstrations with an attend-in ,:i i '

Discussion of Causes Harmful to the YORK, Feb. 28.
as many homes of the club girls. I -It ?
Cotton Plant made 126 visits to club members knot "iere today that four
Vaha }
f BY traveling by rail 780 miles and by packages, one of *
: A short time ago Col. Comer L. team or auto 1040 miles. I enrolled said to.Contain two hundred th

Peek, who farms on an extensive scale 30 girls whose plots I measured, but currency, bound ,for jJ- I
t and whose interests are indentifiedwith Feb. only nine of these reported their work York, -lere stolen from a man :
Read Tallahassee
l As at on .
Qualifications For Democrats AND CATTS CAME BACK. truck New
c:! a Jersey
the success of the farmers, sent Of those reporting it was shown that ; boat Satta*? '
,1j ':. Who Will Participate in the following letter toIr.. P J H. I 28-Splendid Report of the average yield per tenth acre was Other :packages on the truck tv) '

Monday evening Rev. Sydney Catts, Rolfs, director of the College of Ag- Made.To 750 pounds of tomatoes. I orderedfor wlr said to contain about a ;
June Primary Changed riculture, University of Florida, Gains- Progress and dollars were not touched. It
candidate for governor, made another these girls 4,000 No.2 cans is 11.: .
!I speech in Starke. He travels by auto- ville- on a subject on which he wished 2,000 No. 3 cans, two club barrels and lievd the thieves were after thc '

mobile and takes little trouble about enlightenment: say all I would like to say about I 3,000 jelly glasses. Besides these con- packar..!'. .I '.
f DEBATE LASTED TWO advertising his itinerary. This time, Dear Sir: our Home Demonstration work in I tainers there were ordered by the Post(;( ce inspectors said the {uii

; t HOURS BEFORE VOTE' as the last time he was here, his pet I would like a letter from you on Bradford county would require more Lake Butler Hardware Co. 3,000 jars loss ant: the exact amount of the cte3 :
I k f.I theme was his tilts with the Knightsof what appears to me to be a very important than the ten-minute period allowed me and 300 Atlas jars and by L. V. Mooreof 8ignmeit on the truck would not it! J
Columbus, but he had a subject that feature of cotton growing in to make the report. But I shall be as Starke, 20,000 No. 2 and 3 pound known;rntil it was checked up 1Iitk
I Substitute Resolution by For- was nearer his heart yet. It has been Bradford county and elsewhere in the brief as possible and tell you what we cans. I understand all of these were the sel5:'ers in Washington and BaJg.1 :
contended that Mr. Catts was not eligi- state. From all appearances a large have accomplished and what we are sold and some additional small orders more. ,
I rest Lake was adopted by ble for the office he seeks on accountof .' sea island cotton crop will be plantedin i now accomplishing in this county.In filled, so that, approximately, there
: Vote of 26 to 14 Meeting of too short residence in the state. He Bradford county this year and our Bradford County half of the were put up in Bradford county last 260 I averred that he had fourteen of the farmers, no doubt, are already begin- funds necessary to maintain the work year 25,000 pounds of canned goods, i -- :
II f Committee Largely Attended : best lawyers in the state to inquire into ing to put fertilizer in the ground for are appropriated by the County School 6.000 quarts of preserves and 5,000 i ? Feb. 23.-Of the tots]

r By Members and Spectators < the case, and they all agreed as to the crop. Last spring and summer, Board: three-fourths of the other halfis glasses of jelly. comph-ti-ent: of four hundred and eJey i
his my business called me out through the .
I eligibility..Mr. paid by the State and the remaining The annual contest was held in the en paf-icngers and crew of the ]P
Catts was introduced by SenatorA. county on several trips about the time fourth the Federal Government.The :
by agricultural hall at Lake Butler, November sula aii'd\ Oriental liner Maloja,
," JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Feb., 5- Z. Adkins with some humorous remarks the cotton crop was being laid by. On term for which employment is 29, with a total attendance of struck h-mine and sank off Dover wlucai SUM !
Following one of the most heated debates based upon the candidate'sname. one trip I noticed about forty acres of given is eight months from October 15. 1,500 people. Those making best records day, oijly'! two hundred and sixty ;
ever conducted in the State Dem- Mr. Catts is a polished orator, cotton in one field-land that had been to July] 1, with a furlough of fifteenda's in the county were Lillie Grey, known :to have been saved. Of ere
ocratic executive committee that body and his audiences, whether they accept long cultivated. The cotton stood in December.No one hW:Ired and nineteen the
first rank of tomatoes ,
1,508 pounds ; : .
decided by a vote of 26 to 14 to "ab- his tenets or not, hear him to the shoulder high, or higher, and was full funds from the names: of pasengi ,
any source are pro Evelyn Bennett, second rank, 750 j sixty-four persons
of bloom and boll and eared -
end. His promised
rogate and repeal" sections 4 and :5) clear enunciation and an
carefully vided for office rent, furniture or haxj-been received here
sup- pounds and Ruby Parrish, third rank, and it itlbelin
fine This about
of the qualification resolution adopted I chosen words make him under- unusually crop. was
But I to 1 other
plies. am endeavoring 450 pounds. < names will be added
at the regular session held in this 'stood by all. He may not be elected, the time it was receiving its last plow- with the Ladies' Civic League I this lift, The bodies of toi
6. The debate I but he will formidable ing. About three weeks later, I saw arrange With and for the women I organized forty-sevenl
city on January prove a
upon oppon- ?
both at Lake Butler and Starke for the Lascars crew members. have been rejcovere
the question lasted for almost two 'ent in the race for governor. the same field and the cotton had I four Mothers' clubs; and these, to- .
of their club Here the !5.
hours. Champions of the famous simply blighted or perished away, 'I use rooms.. .tether with the Civic Leagues.. at -- < ,: .. _
"Sturkie" resolution and those who EASY MONEY IN LAND DEALS from rust or some other cause, and country women could nna rqst ana Starke, Lawtey, Raiford and Lake :-\ewthal: the Kussian steamer Pet3shargaftias
recreation when they in town. For been
are sunk has
I favored its abrogation took the would not make more than one-fourth Butler, constitute a very strong factorin been Kiceivod
up I[ would keep a supply of recipes, bulletins were. Fifteen of those ]
what it had three weeks. promoting the work. With these aboard
I time of the committee discussing the Washington.-The United States is promised
charts farm house..
t' question and con. being robbed of between sixteen and prior. My idea was that all the fer- journals, clubs I succeeded in placing 10 flre- have bfjn saved. The bodies of eight\
hold magazines etc. for and sailers
The committee was called Border seventeen million dollars through the tilizer for the crop had been out i in study less cookers; in getting 20 homes and Captain Wilson of the lint
for distribution the visitors.
: too-liberal the before the seed among screened from house flies and er Dia'v;, sunk Saturday, have been
r by Chairman Rainey at 10 o'clock in attitude of the Panama- ground were mosquitoes -
the Seminole hotel. Upon roll call United States joint land commission, planted; that this fertilizer had lastedto You will understand that the indus- and in getting 30 open wells cov- colnhit.wash!''J1' .ashore at Donnahook, Linn
swered present. Amos E. Lewis moved told the House committee that extravagant stage and that just at the time when ford County shows the two communities to be conducive to a good supply of '
that a committee on credentials be prices are being paid for most needed, the fertilizer had be : mentioned as centers of a large! pure water. The number of canners es. The work of screening houses, :
appointed to examine proxies and land needed for canal purposes; that come exhausted and the crop perishedfor countryside. Hence the arrangement ordered during the year amounted to cleaning,up premises: and making
pass upon the credentials of two new- much of the money was going to be lack of more. I discussed this con- suggested would be most practical and ten, so that now there are in the erythirjf sanitary and home-like is evl
: ly elected members of the committee. squandered, with no legal title to the dition with experienced farmers quite satisfactory.On county about 20 home canners. ing stew lily on. The women, both :

: i A fight was started at once. Forrest land acquired. He suggested legis- here and they supposed that it must account of the numerous railroads Beginning October 15, 1915, and to town ar'vi iyerested in the country in are becoming '&'

i e Lake led the forces who opposed the lation that will compel the payment have been for the reasons above stated in this county which furnish an date have traveled 560 miles by rail more, fireless cookers iceless refrigerators '
i naming of such a committee. A mo- for the land of only so much as the These conditions do not show on whatis ample and convenient schedule for tra- and 720 by team or auto. I have en- ] and in scrubbing Q'
l I tion was made to seat all those claiming I land was really worth in 1903: when called "new ground" near so badlyas vel, I have not thought it wise or neces rolled 64 girls and have visited quiteall chariot. Already home.conveniences -'fl
'' I to hold proxies and credentials of the canal zone was acquired. He also on land which has been long culti- sary to provide a car at my own expense of them and measured their plots. I jp' well as home necessities are ,.
i j I election; but later the motion was i iI I urged the termination of the joint vated. My conclusion is that such to make the rounds. At Lake All plots are now well prepared for growJl1 We in favor among the people. a4! :'
I I. withdrawn and the rommittee wai land commission. disaster could be avoided largely by Butler and Hampton there are two setting plants. I hive enrolled 15 arc; ,so progressive over in Brad- 1*
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; General Goethals cited cases where using only one-half the fertilizer be- railroads each with four ford co'jnty I would not be surprised
f named to examine i the proxies and I diverging women, visited 75 homes and attendedtwo
otherwise investigate into the qualifi owners had been awarded three and fore the seed are planted and applyingthe ] points, and at Sampson City there are meetings of Mothers' clubs. The if at airy moment we should shock the
t l cations of the new members. four thousand per cent for their lands balance at third or fourth plowing three railroads with five diverging Civic League of Starke held a get-to- world 1 lV producing milkless cow, a 'I
' Adjourned to Morocco Temple. more than the lands were valued at ; .thus having fertilizer when need- points. At least half of the schools gether meeting at which I was an invited kylnss' :hen, a breadless bread or an
'. The convention then adjourned at wRen the United States took possession. ed to fully develop the bolls and lint, and communities in the county are guest. And by invitation I odorless floweij. But our motto is:
';. 10:40 until 11 o'clockJo give the com- The commission, which contains .. instead of leaving the plant in an ex- located at points along these railroadsand spoke to some :300 people about the WoikI,<:s people ne'er do well, butworkfu _
mittee time to act. The convention only one American on it, takes the hausted condition just when it needs the other half I find I can reach work that the women and girls of the !! people dfoth! excel. j,
hall in the hotel was too small to view that the United States is well most nourishment. It appears to me by hiring a public service car which I county are doing.I Hi-lp "
accommodate the crowd and the meeting able to pay and the landowners (were) that the so called "rust" or failure of can do at less expense than if I owned Your Liver-It Pars.Wh ,
was adjourned to Morocco Tem- poor. The commission has already paid 'the plant is simply] lack of fertilizerto and operated my own car. Therefore, am organizing Poultry Clubs,
, t pIe. As soon as the members of the out eighteen million dollars, whereasone sustain it and make safe the crop.I travel is done in this way and I am Home Dairy Clubs and Flower Clubsin your stfimafh acts queer, take Dr.King' ..
, million dollars which the women are taking quitea :; ;!Kew Life Pills and will
ought to have done
committee arrived the meeting was would like your opinion on this line, making a house to house campaign. you
the work, is Mr. Goethal's opinion. with permission to publish in our deal of interest. Some work is be- find yi-lrself feeling better. They
called to order and the following
report Referring to work done. 1914 and
made i The general states that it is hard to i county papers. It is important that ing undertaken in Art Needle Craft, purify :the blood, give you freedom
was : 1915, I began work 10 and
the Canal Zone his January plain sewing, hand painting and bread from iistipation: biliousness
"Your committee on credentials i stay on and see this be done at once so that our farmers continued six months without fur- dizzi-
country robbed. making. I expect to have equippedand ness and ind:gestion. ,
recommends that the following if I am right in my conclusions, lough. this time You feel fine-
gen- During I visited 25
I General Goethals told the committee in operation at \\least two club jest like:
want to
need hot repeat the mistake of putting you Clear the
tlemen be seated
. holding proxies by schools held 65
, public meetings with kitchens-one .
i the state committee: W. E. Lewis, of that the portion of his annual report all the fertilizer out when the crop is total attendance of urban and one ruralas complexion, too. 25 cents at Druggists -
a 2000 people *
showing how the United States ; gave an experiment before the clos- i
was planted, but reserve portion for year
'I:; Leon; Forrest Lake of Seminole; H. J. may a ((1)III
.4( Dame of Citrus; M. Warren of Walton being mulcted was expunged, either later application to the crop.
by the War or State Departments, '
{ J. J. Ward of BayT.; L. Clark Qf Jefferson Yours. very truly.
:{ I ; J T. Levene of Sumpter; Rube|I I before ?iT1r submitted to. Congress. Comer L. Peek. III I

;.. I. Allen of; G.Manatee 0. Butler; H. W of Adams Palm Beach of Lafayette ; I I The by millinery us from stock Mrs. recently Hopson is purchased being -- I Dear The SirYour following:- was Mr. Rolf's reply: Fourth Carload of Stock Arrived.Our !

: W. H. Malone of Monroe; R. F. Sabate disposed of at prices one-half to letter of the 16th is at hand. oft
:i 'l I of St Johns and 0. M, Johnson of
one-third less than firt cost. Remem- In connection with the cotton fertil- 1 7
" 1 r I Escambia;' ber it's two months till Easter. :'oIorI izer, as a general proposition around ., a

1+ ;i f ;I After some debate W. W. Trammell, gan. Starke and a considerable portion of '.
t, i I of Gadsden, and Blanton, of Taylor I 'Bradford and Alachua counties. It

'r I" I counties, were declared duly elected He was followed by R. B. Sturkie, of would be found advisable to make an !
'f ', members of the state committee and Pasco county, T. E. Welles, of Escam- application of fertilizer in two quan- ','.
H II the entire report of the credentials bia county, Rube Allen, Manatee, tities. In other words, the amount of I'

I! committee was adopted. and A. E. Lewis of Jackson county. fertilizer likely to be lost by leachingand ;i;
When the forces were ready for There were several other speakers but other conditions is great enoughto fj'
work Mr. Duval, of Marion county, introduced these were those who made the fight pay to hold a part of the fertilizer .
r 5 some resolutions. Forrest for and against the substitute resolu- back and apply it during the latter de- ''w ;. .
Lake then introduced the following tion. Mr. Sturkie read from the con- velopment of the cotton. I'
I I resolution as a substitute for that before stitution and by-laws of the Guardians The blight about which you speakin ::
the committee: of Liberty showing that it was a your letter is probably the same as J'gV
: Be it resolved by the state Demo- secret political organization. as did our men investigated in the eastern
] :. Gratis executive committee that a legal Mr. Lewis. part of Alachua county. This was not I
elector shall be declared taken and Vote on Resolution due to exhaustion of soil fertility or

e held as a member of the Democratic Myers Warren, of Walton county, giving out of fertilizer, but was due to
t? party upon the following terms and made a motion at 2 o'clock that the the presence of a fungus disease in
conditions in addition to those requiredby vote upon the resolutions be takenat the cotton bloom. There is no ques- I
the general primary election law. once. Finally a motion was madeto tion but what correct fertilization and ;}

First, that he is a white man. table the Lake resolution and upon correct cultivation of cotton will givea 1
: Second, that he believes in the principles roll call this motion was lost 25; to 17. hardier plant and one that is more !
of the Democratic party and The vote was as follows to table, Ala-] resistent to disease then an insufficient r. ll;
: that his party affiliations are with chua, Duval, Escambia, Franklin,Hamilton fertilizing and improper cultivation 1'-
; : the Democratic party. I Hernando, Hillsborough. Jackson would. However, we must not go so
1,1 1 Third, that he intends in good faith Jefferson, Leon, Madison, Marion, far as to attribute all diseases or only 1ft
to support and vote in the next general Pasco St. Johns, Suwannee. Volusia, half tht diseases that effect the cotton
I I' I election for all candidates, national and Washington. Against motion:' crop to improper cultivation and im- 11f't

state and county, nominated by; Bay, Baker, Bradford, Citrus, Clay] proper fertilization. Diseases come .
'I the Democratic party, and so pledges Columbia, Dade, Gadsden, Holmes, La- quite independent of cultural and fer- ..ri"'

I t himself. fayette, Lake, Lee, Levy, Manatee, tilization methods. In other words, ,\. I' ''' t ,.\.' I I 1 I arC. J ;
I I Fourth that those who Monroe diseases i I }
only come I Nassau- Osceola, Palm Beach, usually are due to some organism j 'I '
) .
,I 'I'
i I t t 1 I''' within the provisions of this resolution -|'Polk] Seminole, St. Lucie, Sumter, or pest and when these organisms I t It-I,!\ ,'I \.rJ, 'It"1.1.!'.,,t. ., '',>.>".' 11
shall I be accepted as Democrats i Taylor and Walton.A or pests are absent, the disease 1 A "tl'1L1 ,,, _
- ; with the right to participate in the motion to adept the Lake resolu- cannot occur. On the other hand cot- 1 .I l.. I t tf\t: 'fu ,I.Y :.

; general primary as Democrats. tion was immediately made and car- ton that has been improperly fertilizedand i "I', ., (.L 1'). .I'. ,. ;
I Fifth, that sections 4 and 5 of a ried by a vote of 21 d to 14. The vote improperly cultivated] is likely! to I" ."," "" 'r".," ''' ,
certain resolution adopted by this committee was the same as that cast upon the. be more severely effected by such pests ..' '1"11.,1';" ,j.

'k on January 6, 1916. wherein motion to table except that votes for and diseases than is the case with cot- 'j\\1 gIt; ifl.I ( -r :

I certain terms and conditions were pre- Jefferson and Lafayette were not' ton that is given the proper attention. / .

scribed for those who were therein counted or were not voted. Just before Several years ago the cotton boll
: declared as members of the Democratic adjournment a motion was madeto weevil invaded Texas and passed entirely Fourth Car of Horses and Mules have arrived and we ,
I party. be, and the same are hereby make the action of the committee ] over the State in the course of ;

:. I abrogated and repealed. unanimous but it was lost because of years. The presence of the cotton boll invite ri
i1' Debated For Two Hours section 5 of the resolutions adopted.The weevil greatly decreased the crop of your inspection. They are all young, x ell broken animals -

I 1 Mr. Lake opened the debate by advocating meeting adjourned at 2:30 o'clock cotton and in some places practically

I r the adoption- of his substitute for the day.TimesUnion.War ruined it. After some ten or twelve of sizes suitable for all j
1' resolution. He took his resolution years of- careful- attention to cultiva- purposes. j
i section by section and explained that Upon Pain. tion and fertilization it had been im-
;. i it covered all the necessary points.He Pain is a visitor to every home and possible for the people in Texas to cul- These animals have been carefully selected at the great
\: was asked by Mr. Lewis if he believed usually it comes quite unexpectedly.] tivate and raise as much cotton as
., j' in secret political organizations But you are prepared for every emer- they did before the advent of the boll Northern Stock Market I
,,-i d i and he said no, but that no one had gency if you keep a small bottle ofSloan's weevil. They have learned to take and they arrived in good order.

f I ,_ proved that there were such organizations ] Liniment handy. It is the better care of their cotton, get differ-
J. :, in the state. H. W. Adams, of greatest pain killer ever discovered. ent varieties of cotton, and I II I
Lafayette county, declared that sections Simply laid on the skin-no rubbing come the difficulty to a certain so degree.over- Now is The Time To Stock

I 4 and 5 of the old resolution required-it drives the pain away. It However, if they had done all of these Buy;
would not be observed in his county is really wonderful. things before the advent of the boll

whether they were rescinded or not. Mervin H. Soister, Berkeley Cal., weevil, they would have undoubtedly
I Both speakers referred to trouble writes, "Last Saturday, after tramping have had much larger cotton crops. Come in and see what we have to of ter.
which was supposed to exist in Duval, around the. Panama Expositionwith
Hillsborough and Escambia counties in wet feet I Very truly yours, .!
came home with
j their remarks. H. C. Stanford, of Os neck so stiff that I couldn't I P. H Rolfs, Director. J. W. ANDREWS & SON

ceola county, made a plea for harmony applied Sloan's Liniment freely and Thousands of
;I t I and thought that the repealing of the went to bed. To my surprise, next yards of new spring ,
goods in the
1 t sections referred to would accomplish morning, the stiffness had almost disappeared new weaves and effects ::
I; 1 the desired results. four hours after the sec- ready for your inspection. Morgan. STARKE FLORIDA :

> L. W. Duval, of Marion county, led ond application I was as good ,
as new. You get all the .
national .
? the discussion against the substitute. March, 1915. At Druggists 25c. :
(1) state
I county news in the TVlegraph.

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UNDER SECTION 8. OF CHAPTER Supervisor Knight Gives Some I
hereby notice u given that :Mary 0. \wainwright One can hardly 1
Data For Information of
j purchaser of tax certificates numhtTd nitude of the work .
nMwcti\ely 11? and 1.6, j bailed by the Tax
Collector of Bradford County, Florida. Each I i The Voters.The being done by the
of said certificates being dated the 4th day Feeding; Company
of August, A. I>. 1913. Has filed said certifi-
cates in my office and has made application the scene of operations. sA4t
for ta* deed to issue in accordance with law. primary election reparation Though the company
Thi. said certificates rapectixely embraces the books will be opened next Monday. The
following lands in Bradford County Florida.! work only a weeks a !
Assessed at the date of the issuance of such law was changed by the last legislature more than a thousand ,

t certificates in the names re5llt' hereinafter so that it is not necessary for cleared and has 'a ; I

Certificate., particularly No. 117 set embraces forth to-wit S': of Lot 3, .. persons who registered prior to the i plow working day and

and all lot 4. Sec. 7, Tj 6. S. R. 20-120 acres. last primary to re-register. Respecting !. up the ground and :

,. Assessed<< Unknowm. the registration of new voters and !
cultivation. In addition
Certificate No. 1.6 embraces NE'i .f NE,. F
Sec. 13. Tp .. S. R. 22 E-40 acres. Assessed other requirements of the law C. A. 'ity: other plows will be

I L. M. Little. Knight, county registration officer, requests -''land to push the work
Unless said certificates shall be redeemed according
I to law tax deed will issue thereon on the Telegraph to publish the rapidity, so as to
. the 13th day of March. A. D. 1916. following: I
I I I ready when the
Witness my hand and official seal this the j ...
8th day of February, A. D. 1916. Any voter in the county can registerat arrives. To date some

"5 W. T. WEEKS. the county seat from March 1st to I I I cane has been planted
:'- (Seal) Clerk.
May 1st. 1916.
;;.4 By R. A. WEEKS. fifty acres will be put in 1
. M1-6L Deputy Clerk. For convenience of those that can- est acreage will be

l, NOTICE OF ELECTION. '- not come to the county seat, the law Just as fast as the fi

.,, By the powers tested on them by the School f'rovfdes that registration books be is planted with some
Laws of Florida the Board of Public Instruction opened in each voting precinct from of the company is to put
''.:; of Bradford county orders an election tot the first in March and including
Monday to
be held on the 30th day of March. 1916. at acres in one plantation,
Zif school house to vote on the establishment the first Monday in April. considered that a
it. of a Special Tax District to elect three trustees -
,.\'f. and to determine the amount of millaxe Any person becoming of age before in Florida have not

,.i to be asMsed. The boundaries of paid district June 6th, 1916, can register and vote acres in the entire
'i to include sections 1, 2. 3,10,11, 12, 13, 14, 15, at the coming primary.
, 22.: 23. 26 2T.Managers tivation, the magnitude r
. of election J. D. Thomas A. D. After having been properly regis- prise can be somewhat

I Hall. J. W. Lewis. tered the law requires that the voterif The general ]
r ': F. G. SCIIELL.t .
' t Secretary and Superintendent. subject to poll tax-must have ed that it was the 3I

'" poll tax receipts for the years of 1914 to put these
By the power vested in them by the School and 1'Jlo.> vation and sell them, but
-'if" Laws of Florida, the School Hoard hereby or Those who have been in the state one of the directors of ,I
arcs an election to be held at Thomas t>cho .I j t
. .. f house in Special Tax District No.6, on the but one year and in the county six I advises us that this is : : :
. r ti oath of :March 1916! for the election of three i|' months will be subject to 1915 poll taxi : pose. The large COOO ,
trustees for the next two years and to determine -
r i" the amount of raillaire to be a.s('!' l'd. i| only. he> retained by the
>tin Unions.. J. D. Pearce, and J..1. Doug.t I I Citizens of other counties must have and developed into one ; : >
.S lass are rrrointed as managers. I leen in this county six months, priorI :
approved, perfect and
: 'i. T. (I. SCH ELL. i
f, Secretary and SUlt'rintl'nlt'nt. I June Cth, 1910, in order to vote, and conducted cattle and I e
I _._
'; can use 1014 and 191.1 poll tax receipts the United States.
t UNDER SECTION S OF CHAPTER from the county from which Later, when the :

R' 4ssA, LAWS OF FLORIDA. they (came or if not paid in the other a state of !
- : Notice is hereby given that C. F. and J. C. proper
i Hoover, partners as Hoover Brothers purchasers county, they can pay this county both it will show what can be 0

of Tax Certificate No. 146 dated the 4th I the 1914 and 1915 poll tax and vote. and adjoining tracts of tide of this t'Jy
- day of August A. D. 1913. has filed said

Under the law all read "Process
revenue :
_ i'e' in my office and has made application persons holdings will be placed : ,1907,"which
for tax deed to issue in accordance with law. who have lost a limb are exempt from Ten houses are now n nen smoke

I :.. Said certificate embraces the following d.f .'- the payment of poll taxes, but under and more will be built Kncked: before t
. f.eribed situated in Bradford a
, county, : {
. ;.: iFlorida. to-wit: the election law all male persons over During the past two \ 4u
( I Lot 2, BIk 6 in Lincoln City. See. 3:; Tp. the age of 21 years and under 55 hundred business you men
S. R. 22 East. The said land men
t 1<> being assessed
- t the date of the Issuance of such certificate years must pay poll taxes to entitle resenting: large and 1 due
in the name of Willie Pernell. Unless said them to vote, except such as have losta have been in Green
.: certificate shall be redeemed according to limb in battle.A with P. A.
. ::. deed will issue thereon on the :20th day of have gone out to see !
; March. A. D. 1916. of the and
- \ Witness my official signature and seal this SWINDLER IX LIVE OAK. company,
l the 12th day of February A. D. 1916. ception, they have been

. :, W. T. WEEKS. one gentleman N. C
- (Scab Clerk. "Where- where, has the English] 'The whole thing has ] en,
l By R. A. WEEKS. "
i 2-18-St Deputy Cierk.: Doctor gone? tion to me. I had

I ------.- This question has been asked and re- of talk, and had

'e\ NOTICE OF LETTERS INTENTION PATENT.TO APPLY.FORt mained unanswered more than several the; thing is so much

'." Notice is hereby given that the undersignedill hundred times during the past week, possibilities so much

apply to the Honorable Park Trammell. or to be more exact, since Sunday expected. I could ,
i ....ernor of the State of Florida on the lath
day of afternoon, when this individual who idea of its real
: March A. D. 1916. for letters patent an (
3 c :ncorporating THE YOUNG TRADING COM: blew into the city a week previousand ing with my own eyes. "
I :, ANY under the following proposed char- .
proceeded to get busy with .
I er. the original of which is now on file in the pre- ful.!
i iffice! of the Secretary of State of Florida. parations, as he stated for feeding The company was irs.
I W. B. YOUNG. and otherwise for i't
pasturing caring
A. A. CULBERT. ized and is officered by
r L. E. JORDAN.I several thousand head of horses for ness men with !
I I.: YOUNG. the British government in Suwannee
roposed Charter of THE YOUNG TRADING thoroughly] investigated
" COMPANY.The county, for he had, so stated, the giving and possibility before t

- undersigned hereby associate themselves of contracts for the necessary initial the 1
. otrether for the of forming step
purpose a corpor- 1
- \lion under and by virtue of the state of Florida feed. amounting to innumerable car- Feeding Company is ly 1

. with the following Article proposed I. charter: loads of stuff, thousands of feet of success.-Green Cove Chrotlicle."x I I 1i

f .:The name of this corporation shall be THEOL'NG lumber for sheds, etc., as mysteriouslyblew I ; I i t

. TRADING COMPANY: and its busii i1 i- out of the city, on a hot foot, as i SUGARCANE A PA
1 eta shall be transacted and conducted in the i ; ;
late of Florida and other states of the Unitd he had blown in. He worked quitely, : .
States of America wherever profitable necessary yet systematically. His first lure for 1 iI '
i or fonven'ent.! the principal place of J.. S. Norman, a -
suckers, after his preliminaries: being> .._
usinens shall be in the city of Starke. Brad- .
ord County Florida. a draft in one of the local banks for lawn section, near J

f. The Article 2. I' collection of a draft for $257.001: lie a successful farmer but >
general nature of the business or basil i- he
: ees to be transacted or conducted by saidrporation then viewed several locations for corrals ness man, and not I ?

shall be: ] interviewed business men throuijl h ey, but he knows St
To engage in a wholesale and retail rnercan-' from. ;
Ie business. manufacture rosin, spirits of which actions upon his part, his osten- come I '
) rpentine and all other kinds of naval stores sible less Last year Mr.
gained publicity
purpose more or '.
d its by-products and to carry on any trade acre of sugarcane, I
business incidental thereto or connected and created considerably interest -
rewith, to buy. sell Mortgage exchanger throughout the community. The fertilizer and here is t .1
itself or as agents for others all kinds .for crop.
I personal property to borrow moneyr business men gave him their ears: bu
the use of the company and to issue notes so far as known, none of them let him 306 gallons of high .
other security therefor and to deal in
mort- worth of cane sold and
"touch" their bank account. The a
:es. notes, stocks bonds or other negotiate -
,. paper in connection with the business of Citizen asked him all about it. "Yes, seed cane, enough to : .

e eorporation Article 3. we want to buy some horses, if we or more. This seen ; ?..!: ,.;/, I

The capital stock of this corporation shall been can, and corrall others here, but our' valued at $50. -
Thousand 1$10.000.001) Dollars to be di- Sunday I Mr. Norman put his
arrangements are incomplete. ,
ided into one hundred shares of the par vale -
of One Hundred Dollars each payment for morning at eleven o'clock 111 give I quart cans. neatly
aid capital stock may be received in cash or an interview at the Suwannee i mands a much higher ,
n property, real or personal at a fair and you 1
'. ust valuation therefor to be fixed by the hotel." Good night! We sawed off. duct than he could get
t loud of Directors of this corporation. barrels.
.l In the meantime we suppose, timinghis I :
Article 4.
.: The'terra for which said corporation shall actions to make safe before the return We do not know I I ..GI

dst shall be Ninety-Nine Years. of his draft, protested, like the for his syrup but put II I
Article 5.
Thp business of this corporation shall lie Arab, he silently -"stole] away" and it tractive style that he j Ij Er
". onducted. by the following officers: A Pres- is supposed went to other fields with a does not get less than a >
R: roa-
end: the cost of cans
I err, and a Board of three Directors, thp office 1; hope of finding "suckers" more plcn- r
t ,f Secretary and Treasurer may be held by one tiful than here.-Li\e Oak Citizen. will not exceed ten t I !
'1 .nd the same person, said board of directors Now, to recapitulate :I I I
.l nay bp changed from time to time by amcnd- I I
.,t rent of the bylaws but shall at no time Iw The grand opening sale of the Ros-
>! ,ws than Three nor more than Seven. The enlerg Department Store will open Seed cane I ::! 1t t
lirectors shall be elected by the stock holdersit i .
: each annual meeting and all other officers ( without fail on Tuesday, February 13: Fertilizer I

,. If, this corporation shall be looted annually '.at the J. C. Carter store building on Labor of planting (e ) l

; tfter>y the the board annual of directors meeting of as the soon may be Call street. A full line of shoes, dry Labor of working ( )

The annual meeting of the stockholders shall goods;, hats, and groceries and feed of Making syrup ( ) | '
*ear held or at on a the time first to Monday be fixed of by July the by-laws.of each all kinds. Entire stock of about $5,000 Cans, labels, etc. : : | i'iiS' .I

t. Until the officers elected at the first annual must go. ; I ,, '1111
I eetin shall bp elected and qualified the busi- ; : '
i .S8' of this enifwiratinn _nhall__ lu ...nn.v Total cost ::! : \ l' III Ipa \
un -- -m -
Are You Too FatTIf '
he following officers: Receipts 'Ii: ; li y
1 W. B. Young President. you are too stout don't take fat Gallons 11 I, I
: A. A. Culbert. Vice President. syrup I 1 i
I Ii i ; :
reducing medicines. Cut on Il'I
0 L E. Jordan. Secretary and Treasurer Cane sold for cash I II' II'' r
: snd the said W. B. Young. A. A. Culbert and your diet, get out-of-door exercise and 111
Seed "
.j. L.The E. Jordan highest Directors.amount of Indebtedness or lia.I' you will assume normal lines and re- cane I, I I IIIi I Ir i ,

; bility to which this .corporation can at any duce to normal weight. Avoid sweets, Total j 1 i Ii kJi : n

jl "me subject itself shall be the sum of Thirty eggs, cream, fat meats and especially '
Thousand ($30,000.00 Dollars. Profit from one-half ::!
:.: The names and residence of the subscribing potatoes. Live mainly on lettuce, This is not a land
:t Incorporators together with the amount subscribed I I spinach, cabbage, lean meats, young
tion this is not ;
:.k: for are as follows: ;
::: W. B. Young Starke. Florida. Five shares. onions, celery, tomatoes, etc. Take should do; this is what { W
-t', A. A. Culbert Starke. Florida Five shares. salted toast instead of bread and but I \
it is what i
U. E. Jordan: Starke. Florida Five shares. last year and
M. I. ter. If you cease to give your body
f'. Young Starke. Florida. Sixty bhares. can do on the l
L. E. JORDAN. fat-making foods you will cease creating land

IE'A.W.. B. YOUNG. fat cells. It is no trick to reduceif Bradford county f
A. CULBERT. ing for enterprising
M. I. YOUNG. you practice self-denial.

:t State County Before of of Bradford.a notary u-in and for said County court to be granted authorizing said peti- it.There are other } ''n1f

r and State personally appeared W. B. Young. tioner to take possession of and sell accordingto cinity that are doing : S: ( ; ;) i
:.J A. A. Culbert, L. E. Jordan and M. I. Young. law the following described real estate as Norman and there ( )
t 1 to me well known to be the persons described a portion of the assets: of the said estate of in the North that
.. in and who subscribed their names to the J. N. Lannford, deceased : said real estate lying .
.,- foregoing proposed Charter and they severally and being in Bradford county Florida. ing a living that would .
,1 acknowledged before me that they executed the and more particularly described as follows off if they would come '
'I same for the Number One ; .
purposes therein expressed. to-wit: the West half of Block _
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto in Gaskin's subdivision of NEt of SEi4 in RAISE CANE.- r to aeean !j.
1 set my hand and attired my seal this the 16th Section 29. Township 6. South. Range 22 Ea-t. or pla It ti
ti( day of February, A. D. 1916. for the purpose of paying indebtedness of the : K-6J .

.': EVERETT M.Notary JOHNS.Public. said (estate been the applied personal with assets a portion of said of the estatehaving real I r Lawyers Still Use : ,. tat '

0.i-f 4 Commission expires 4th day of August. 1919. estate and the indebtedness of said estate still The quill pen Is not .....f '
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2-18-St. ;
'11! __ being unsatisfied London. The legal
Therefore, you and each of you. and all ;
: ::1 NOTICE.In other interested parties. are commanded that Is very conservative .........:. / -
In County Judges Court, Bradford County. laying all other business aside you will be naciou ly, and none ; 'f''
'w State of Florida. In Probate. and appear before me at my office in Townof .. ..Sti ..
wool i j completely ..........
:: In re: Estate of J. N. Langford deceased. Starke.! Bradford County Florida on Thurs : ..
,1 To Alice E. Langford. Neal Willa Langford day. the 30th day of March A. D. 1916. at a | 'tcply of ; .
}< Maurice Gerald Langford John Curby Lang- ton o'clock a. m.. on said day. to show cause II talced ::I ;.;... .. .- .
ford and H. C. Richard sand all other inter if any you can, why I should not grant the I :

:.1 ested parties. Greeting: prayer of said petition. abk cessory the ........ ;
::JI:i You and each of you are hereby notified that Given under my hand and seal at Starke. whether In #
':f Alice E. Langford as administratrix of the Bradford County. Florida this 23rd day of I
>i, estate of J. N. Langford. deceased, late of I.'l.bruary. A. D. 1916. II IIts..ah note, making a speech :....._... ti tiA
Bradford county Florida has filed in the above GEO. A. GARDINER.r to point a warning 'Itf"
":''I, named court at Stark. Bradford County Florida "ir.ty Judge of Bradford County, }riorida. tile witness?-London y
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.. 0'1' 0 I Suggestions For Spring Cleaning and El-finishing 1f
County News Items I Mr. J. H. Bostick: of Milltown, Ga.: .... r

was a guest at the home of Mayor | PLASTICO-All Colors for Inside Walls. : i
and Mrs. W. F. Godwin the first of the ,
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"", .Intereatinl Facts Gathered During the Week by Our week.Mr. W. R.! wa stransact- | MENITONE-In Delicate Pastel Shades for Inside Painting.I F

;< Regular Correspondents. ing business in Starke Tuesday.Mr. .

-'" Ellery Sapp, of Wateroak, was VELVOTONE-A Beautiful Waxed Finish Stain for Furniture and All Wood *| i.

visiting relatives in Lawtey last Sat- 3 ;

j "!) > <>' > i) 1> > <$. <> i' .;. has returned to his old home and is i urday.The union Sunday school meetingat | Work, New Colors. '! I.

\ L' 0 4)GRAHAM. I conducting the interests of his father Methodist church last Sunday
the KYANIZE Varnish Stain for Floors etc.-All Colors.
0t here. i attended. ,
I I evening was quite largely '
= 0 I cold and the intense I "
4) The severe dry Mr. R. C. Weidler, secretary of the i !
( '!> '!> 1i'1- I weather which farmers have had
School Association
State Sunday ,
[ Our school closed on the 22nd of has proven very disastrous.Mr. Mr. W. A. J. Moore, assistant secretary E Color Schemes Furnished Upon Request. 11]
with fine and M. P. has been busily
February a program a Matheny were present, and their addresses -
r j large crowd was present. engaged in sawing shingles for his were listened to withgreat interest. r

r Elder John Mullady and Mr. J. A. local trade. School Superintendent W. H. Biggs,

r Bruederly came over to Graham with Ir. T. P. Ward, a progressive citi- of Green Cove Springs, was the guestof I Quigley Lumber & Supply Co.

t I a fine lecture last Friday. zen of Brooker, is having a very nice relatives in Lawtey Tuesday.

I' Rev. W. J. Moore, of Jacksonville, cottage erected on his town property, Mr. W. L. Goodfellow is in Jacksonville : l.

r made a fine lecture here in the interest facing "Lovers' Lane," looking south this week as the guest of his sister "

: of Sunday school work. Rev. L. C. from Brooker.Mr. Mrs. Tanksley.Mrs. I Starke Florida : :

I F: t I Smith and J. R. Bevill were appointed Theodore Litchfield and wife are Moore, of Suffern, X. Y., is ,>

I' delegates to the convention in Starke occupying very beautiful little cottage spending a few weeks at the home of -

l i on March 1st and 2nd. which was formerly used by his her uncle, Mr. S. M. Churchill, in East 7JJIIIIIIIIIIUUIIIIl1111lUIIIlU11UUJllIUIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIJ l I IIIIIIIJ UI Ulunn r? s! ''UUUUiuunuuuh l j

i., Rev. S. J. Catts, candidate for gov- brother, Mr. C. F. Litchfield. Lawtey. -,-...,t tffftf

ernor, was at Graham this week and Mr. E. Lennon, who was called away Mrs. A. A. Smith was visiting relatives -l,I _

.- made a fine talk. We feel satisfied upon the death of his father, has returned in Gainesville Sunday and Mon l -
that Rev. Catts will be elected.It home. ofICLASSIFIED+ + + + + + + + + +

is getting very dry and dusty here I Several hundred bushels of sweet day.Messrs.. E. E. Burney and'H. B. Ben- + + CURIOUS BITS i PRICES .

and our berries are needing; rain and potatoes are being bedded here by our nett, Jr., were transacting business in + ADVERTISING J OF HISTORYTHE
less cold weather. industrious farmers.Mr. Jackson'illeIonda '. + l
The Irish potato crop at Graham is II Jim Douglass, of Alachua, was Mr. G. L. Futch was a visitor to tfftt +. + + + + + + ttff OF THEYOUNfi

' coming up fine. We hope they will be visiting here Saturday and Sunday. Starke Tuesday.Mr. : ORIGIN OF TAMMANY.

,.. a success here. I The stork visited the home of Mr. J. II. Moore was a visitor\ to For Sale or ExchangeFOR TRADING coA
': Mr. J. R. Bevill, of Graham, has and Mrs. A. L. Green Monday night, Jacksonville Sunday: and Monday.Mr. By A. W. MACY.

l'' been wonderfully blessed. lie is 53 'leaving them a fine and hearty young F. A. Scott, of Starke, was in SALE-Chufa seed, $1 a peck, The Society of Tammany, or

II !i years old and has never had a doctor Lawtey Monday electioneering for his S3.73: a bushel. W. M. Bryan, Stalks, Columbian Order, was formedin NEAR DEPOT 1

called to him yet. ster.Quite a few relatives from here attended candidacy for the office of county superintendent Fla. -18-3t.: New York city In 1739, and j

the seventieth anniversary of of school. has been a pewer in city, state -

j 6,4.E 'v4)0'J4Je'4),4,44a')4 the birthuay ofIr.. E. J. Mott, whoIhes Mr. James Rosier was a visitor to FUR SALE:: : -A.neat cottage, extra and national politics ever since. Free delivery within

0 at Hague. Jacksonville the first of the week. house and barn on place. Plenty of Its primary object was to off-
room for a garden. Xice location. A set the influence of the Society
HEILBRONN. .0.1 We anticipate a very interestinggame Mr. Ezekiel of Starke
Wainwright, reasonable distance
Bros. Starke Fla.
. I bargain. Hoover of Cincinnati. The latter was
0 at Brooker, March 11th, betweenthe was visitor to Lawtey Tuesday. t
+ <* 4> J. < .0 /5> Jv ,s> famous "Tigers" of Worthingtonand Mr. J. B. McCulley and family left FOR SALE-Five acres of land, six formed by the surviving officers
of the Revolution, and as its
Rev. Larramore, of Brooker'preached the "Brooker Braves", who will Wednesday for Sanford where they dwelling in good repair, barn
room constitution that its
here Saturday night. cross bats on the diamond here. Come have purchased a farm. Mr. McCul and outhouses, grape vines and fruit membership: should provided be perpetuated No. 1 l Timothy Hay $1.3?'

: Among those of this neighborhood and you will not regret it. ley has been a resident of Lawtey a trees, all in city limits of Starke, for by the eldest sons of mem- ;

who attended church at Evergreen on -- good many years, and while he and sale on terms or cash. D. E. Knight bers, it Branj100 Ibs. sack $1.&f(
was regarded by
. Sunday were, Mr. J. 0. McBride and ". ,.. ;. .; .. ,; ..' ... ...' :.. :., s .. ,'., 'jc his family will be greatly missed their Starke, Fla. 1-21-tf too aristocratic in its manyas tend C. s. 'Ideal do

,. ; bride, Mr. and Mrs Andrew Hilliard, 4) many friends here wish them successin ncis8. The Society of Tam- $1.6Q. ).

: Charley Wainright and Ellis McCor- 4) HAMPTON.Hon. their new home. STRAWBERRY PLANTS
grownin many professed to be far more Shorts, do $1.8))
rcick. Hon. A. D. Andrews, of"Raiford, democratic In its character. It
:.. Quite a number enjoyed the serenading ,.' I!' ;. ';, !' !" ; !'> l' 1, ) was visitor to Lawtey last Friday.Mr. Illinois, should be orderednow. took its name from a 'noted Oats,;do $2.1?'

of Oscar McCormick last week. Sidney J. Catts, candidate- Andrews is a candidate for State Place your .orders with chief of the Delaware Indians. .
; The next event of this sort will be visitor here Tuesday.J. Corn $1.83!
governor, was a Senator from Bradford county. He Its chief founder was William ,
: I that of Mr. J. E. J. Wainright, who S. Griner, of Brooklyn, was attending represented this county in the lower me. F. L. Turner, Fireproof Mooney, a native-born American '.'

,: j was married to Miss Laura Sapp Saturday to business here Tuesday.J. house during the last two sessions, Garage, _Starke 24tf. of Irish extraction. The Sotjo r" d Sweet Feed $1. |

I; night. A. Bruederly, of the Lake Butler and his record in that body is deserv- .. society is nominally a chari- $1.85
f Mr. and Mrs. McCormick have been the week. SEED PEANUTS FOR SALE-I' am Watdrground/ Corn Meal ;
': American, was here during ing t:f him a seat in the upper house. table association, fraternal In
on thfc sick list for the last few days. Mr. Tyler, representing the Times- offering for immediate acceptanceand Its natur, and distinct "
l ev. Jack Pinholster, of Brooker, cash with the order N. C. Flat quite Prim* Bright C. S. Meal, J I
1 but somewhat better now.
are Union, spent two days here during the from the committee of
f.\ei:\ : his regular monthly appointmentat Vine Peanuts at Eighty-five cents general
; Mr. and Mrs. Oscar McCormick were Pet ton $37.00;
week. the It
Tammany Democracy.
the Lawtey Baptist church last Sun- per bushel of twenty-five pounds f.
,1 + 1 visitors to Starke Saturday The Sunday school lectures given by o. b. Lowell, Fla. H. T. Hall, Low- takes a very prominent part in Sugar; 25 Ibs. sack $1.65"Self ;:
i The robins are banqueting our Rev. Moore at the Masonic Hall Fri- day.Mr. ell, Fla. 114tf. politics, nevertheless. It claimsto

strawberry patches very freely, keep- day night. and by Rev. Cole at the Herman Voshart, of Chicago, have outlived fourteen national wising |
ing the farmers shooing and shootingall Methodist church Sunday, were enjoyed was a guest last Saturday of )Ir. and FOR SALE-75 to 100 barrels of good parties. Aaron Burr was Flour, 24 Ibs

the time. I by large audiences, and the severalI Mrs. A. A. Smith. corn, 75c per barrel if taken at once. a prominent member of Tam- sack. .90

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woods, of Lake- Sunday schools were greatly benefit- liEs Neva Turner, of Stark'), was I R. H.,Green place. Apply to-J. F. many in its earlier years.Copyright. *%.

land, and daughter, Miss Elvy, are I I visiting friends in Lawtey last Fridayand Brooks, Lake Butler, Fla., R. F. D. Faultless Flour, do .85,

:t visiting friends and relatives here this I ted.Rev.. L. A. Rawls passed through our Saturday. No. g. 2184t. ( : Ull. by Joseph B. Bowkai .
week. burg Monday on his way home from Sheriff S. B. Denmark was a visitorto Golden Gate Flour, do .85

II I his appointment at Melrose. The Lake Lawtey one day last week, and For Rent ( Aitekle Coffee .20Luzi&ine
while here he let his friends kn--v that I pound .
I Butler church has extended to Rev. I
000000000 00000Ce FOR RENT-Two large first floor I : I I
! i Rawls an indefinite call to the pas- he was a candidate for reelection.Mr. for : i Coffee pound
light housekeeping. Address
I o torate there, in order that his rela- EnochGriffis returned home rooms For thirty years this i ii .23,
! : BROOKER. Box 331 Starke Fla. 24tf.:
r I I 0 tion as pastor may not cease at the Tuesday from Aucilla, where he has : i month, the Liverpool & : Unico Coffee, pound .22

a ;t i) .-0 000000 0000 end of the year. been a guest of relatives for a few Lost and Found London & Globe Insurance ,

'f F ; Mr. G. B. Gibson motored down to Mrs. Wm. Knabb has been called to days.Mr. Green Coffee, pound 12|
: J of the lar
r Starke Saturday. the bedside of her father, Mr. Wig- T. B. Handley, of Raiford, wasa LOST-Yellow sow, bobtailed marked Company, one i ii

':. : : Rev. A. J. Pinholster, accompanied gins, of Campville, who is criticallyill. visitor to Lawtey last Friday. crop, two splits and underbit in i I gest in the world has been I N.Cf Seed Peanuts .05fi1

( : I. I by his son, John, visited Lawtey last Messrs. T. J. Terry and R. R. Thede one ear, crop and half crop in the i settling honest claims i iI Big Carly Va. Peanuts .05f.1
visitors to Gainesville and :
, ,! Saturday. W. H. Griffin, of Bushnell, is visiting were High other. Suitable reward by R. L.
L., relatives here, and looking after Springs one day last week.. Lee, Starke. 2-25-2t. I here through their agents, !
c! Mr. A. A. Hazen went down to the I Side-.Meat, pound U||
business interests.E. Messrs. J. C. Byrd and son, Ed, of
'J county seat Monday afternoon on our of Lake Butler, Raiford, were visitors to Lawtey last NO LOOKING BACK IN STARKE I j. R. DAVIS & co. ; ?
';; i obliging Peggy, to attend to business. R. Poppell, can- D. S ;Plates, pound .11
II l didate for superintendent of schools, Friday. The formef is a candidatefor !
, I I Miss Marguerite Shriver is spending
I the office of tax New Evidence is Constantly Being I .l {
:' I' I the week in Gainesville. was on our streets Tuesday.We assessor. __ i Compound pound Uf
. regret to report Mr. R. Sullivanon Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Fridley, of Published. "
; Monday.Supt. F. G. Schell was in Brooker the sick list this week.F. Chicago, Ill., were guests at the homeof Since the long succession of Starke : Method. Tomatoes, 2'/z! pound can .10;

Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Smith last Friday reports were first published in the lo-
i Misses Myrtie Hazen and Mamie H. Spicher, our popular railway cal there has been I There Is no one able or anxious to Blac| Eye Peas .Of
6 and Saturday.Rev. press no looking
has been forced to resign ;
' agent,
Lamb have returned home, their schoolat back. Starke evidence deny the value of a method. But there
\!; at Graham having closed, and will attend position here, because of overwork injuring lar R. 0. Wright filled his regu- pour in, and-better still-those continues whose to are many who realize that method la Good Rice, pound .04rt=
his health. For he with monthly appointment at the Rai-
t the normal school taught by Prof. a year net everything: and that strict adherence -
4,. & Shaw. one operator clerk, has been doing the ford M. E. church last Sunday.Mr. reports were first published many to it sometimes becomes a nuis- Wooden Ware Buckets .10,
George Roberts who is years ago, verify all they said in a
work done men. a
formerly by
l: Mr. W. E. Pinholster has returned ance. There Is a madness in hard and
and with the increase in business the dent at a business college in Jacksonville hearty unmistakable way. ?:
[: to his work near Hastings. fast rules. The strict adherence to
I; Prof. M. S. Hayes and his brother, only alternative was to tender his res- spent from Saturday to Mon- Warren Read the, Water experience street. of She Mrs. JI| L. some method is almost as bad as hav- Youllg Trading Go a}
.. ignation. A petition is being circulated day: at his home here. says:
Brinkley, were in town last week. "I suffered from ing no method at all. We should re-
Mr. Joe Rouff of constantly back-
- by his friends asking the railway Green Cove
Miss Beatrice Crosby has returned ache and dull member that our actions have, at all
to give him another man and Springs, is spending a few days in and pains across my loins.I %
company times
to her school Starke. to be
near didn't guided by circumstances.
rest well
and in the
I Miss Minnie Clemons is visiting her continue his agency here. Perhaps no near Lawtey.Mr. felt tired morning : Near Depot
sister Wilmarth. man here has more friends than he, Charles de Beruc, of Jacksonville and worn out. My back was Natural Result or Cross. .
Little Miss Blanche and Master Guy and no community can boast of a more was the guest of friends here : often so lame that I could hardly get One day wither Burbank was walking ;
s about. 0@N1
: I i Turner are visiting relatives here. public-spirited citizen than F. H. Sunday.Mr. I kidney secretions causedme in nis garden when ne was accost. R FXh90 G
Spicher. Oscar Wooten, of McRae, Ga., annoyance. I read of Doan's Kid- ed by an officious .
Mr. Carl Ward has returned home. whO
i is about to ney Pills and finally got a box at I COMER L. PEEK i
accomplish what has been said
I Miss Julia Anderson, who has been Mitchell's Drug Store. Since using : "Well what are you working on Ir

i I teaching near Theressa, is at home A 0 I contemplated for for some time-a telephone them I have not had any backache and now?* "Trying to cross an eggplantand : florida Real Estate, Land ui i
I ) 0 exchange Lawtey. There milkweed," said Mr. Burbank. t h

I .now.Mr.. J. A. Haffner. one of Brooker's ro, HIGHLAND. 0 has been several franchises granted my(Statement kidneys given have been 25th stronger." "And wnat under heaven do you expect ; Timber Expert 'f
May .
I young men, who has been serving in ,4) 0n4) during the past year, but for some Over Five Years to get from that Mr. Burbank iisq t---
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reason or other the enterprise failedto i calmly resumed his walk. "Custardpie years Experience at Starki. *
: .i\ the army at Cape Cottage, and realize. The Mrs. Warren said: "I haven't changed I I. .|

;3 I who has been lately transferred to RigbyMarr.Sunday half poled and it is town is now about my high opinion of Doan's Kidney he said.. I. ..............
I only a matter of
c Pensacola, is here visiting his mother. a -
afternoon at the residenceof Pills. I recommend them S
few as strongly
A Rev. E. B. Walker, Seventh Day Mr. Lewis A. Marr a very interesting days before the neighbors can be today as ever." Only True Church. FREE FLOWER SEEDS t
worrying each other
over the wires.
evangelical worker, has been conduct- marriage ceremony was wit- The revival Price 50 cents at all dealers. Don't There is a true church wherever one
', I ing a series of very interesting services nessed by a l large crowd. The contract- uing night at the are still contin- simply ask for a kidney remedy-get band meets another helpfully, and Hastings Catalogue Tells You tf j
every Methodist -
in his tent near the home of Mr. ing parties were Miss Florence Marr Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that that Is the only holy or mother church
w D. E. Lynn. We are glad to that church by the pastor, Rev. T. B. Mrs. "which About Them .
say and Mr. Dempsey L. Rigby. Both are Warren had. Foster MilburnCo. ever was or ever shall be.-

he has been favored with large atten- quite popular in this community. Tarpon Lawrence Springs.and Rev.The Joseph congregations Antle, of ., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. ((16) Jluskln. olmatttr i whether farm or M
; dances. Judge W. F. Grand performed the impressive you fate t
:Mr. J. L. Shriver has had a very are quite large and many seem inter- plantvegetables or flowers in a Sinai
attractive ', constructed near ceremony. ested in their soul's salvation. To Clean Watch Chains. 1 you ted Hastings 1916 Catalogue. KIt *|
I garage The bride looked sweet and
I""' where the other.stood. dainty in a blue silk very messaline dress There will be the usual Sunday cleaned Gold or silver watch chains can be Car of Plow Steel Is filled (130 pages) from cover M,J<
school with
services at the M. E. a very excellent result,
'I We are sorry to know that one of with trimmings of white lace, and was Baptist, sled with useful farm: and garden iaf<*J
south and M. E. churches Sun- no matter whether they be matt I
I- I our proficient physicians, Dr. Russell, attended by her cousin Miss Rosa Wil- next polished or mati!:" f
day morning at 9:30 o'clock. There by laying them for a few Just ArrivedWe
has been sick several days. hope kinson while Wilkinsonwas
Mr. Arthur will also be preaching seconds In aqua ammonia It klls of seeds of kind and quality tbd*
that he will soon improve. best services at the ; they are ,
man. Methodist churches both morning and then rinsed in alcohol and finally you fan't buy from your merchant #/j
i Quite a few attended the entertain- After a short reception Mr. and Mrs. Let shaken in clean sawdust can (fill your order for Plows seeds bgive
evening. everybody attend some free from druggist, that cost no more .J.
ment given at the home of Mr. J. W. Rigby left on the four-ten train forMacon
Pinholster. All apparently had a nice Ga., and other points in Geor- of these sen-ices. There will also be and.-Medical Herald.r of all kinds promptly.Mail I Diu real satisfaction and a real pt-4
preaching at the fe
Advent church, southof den. :
time. fIt
for two weeks'
gia a honeymoon. They *
; How's
town in the "" .
Rev. I. J. Blanton conducted morning.Notwithstanding .s ells how get&!fitlolu
sel"; will return here to reside. We" offer One Hundred orders given special attention. : every customer can
f' ces at the Free Will church Saturday Mr. R. C. Padgett visited his par- the cold snap of a ward for Dollars Re- jy free five packets of easily grff**5

and Sunday. ents, )Ir. and Mrs. J. B. Padgett, at few els days of ago, quite a number of bush- cannot be any cured case ty of Hall's Catarrh that Home trade solicited. Give ui a call yet dewy and beautiful flowers. '*Jlistings
i Mr. G. W. Hazen has added a new Gainesville, Saturday and Sunday.Mrs. are being sent Cure. I I is both the best and largest!
' ? r from Lawtey daily. One seed .
. .M Ford to Brooker. Jack Osteen and Mitchell refrigerator or your order. Pace Rigbt-- Satisfaction ,J
; son. tto
carload was shipped from here last F. J. CHtiNtii & CO.. Toledo. O. seed f.rm in the South the only firm
} ; I Mr. E. D. Lynn states that he has of Maxville, attended the Marr-Rigby nnderslgr-d. have Guaranteed. -
week Cheney known ilould
' ; I k on his farm a few miles south of here, wedding here Sunday. besides that some days for the last li years and elieve j on buy seeds from.
) I' several turnips measuring about 30 Mrs. Lewis Osteen and daughter, there were nearly 100 crates shipped.If transactions him perfectly honorable all business I W*n you plant Hastings Seeds, ;JtII\

. 1 ; inches in circumference. I Mrs. Jesse Byrd, visited relatives here the cold weather will only now giveus out any obligations and financially made by able his to firm.carry E M. llivei'sPlowCo i, raed ;"0000. Garden Luck" more tbss-:.
the I
Messrs. Dewey Pinholster, Gurney Sunday. go-by by the middle of this NATIONAL BANK Or COMSIET.CE. half 4ay. Write today for their big!tl'!

f Crews Raiford Carver, accompaniedby 1 T. 'X. Limbaugh. of Starke, was month several car loads will be ship- "'I Toledo 0. lake Butler, flollda : Clot*l gue. It is free. A postal card we:'

the two Misses Faircloth and MissLir.dsey here Monday looking after the inter- -ped, daily. acting Hall's directly Cure !!s taken lateriilly quests-ill bring it. 11G.IAS'rnlGS

: of Lake Butler, motored over ests of the United Grocery Company, Hampton Mr. Henry Futch was a visitor to cous surfaces of upon the system.the blood Testimonials and mu= J AtfaticSp" C..-(Advi)
"., here Saturday nijht. j of Jacksonville.Mrs. { Sunday. lent free. Prl73: cenU per bottle. Sold
by all Dru,*, sts. Now is the time to get your straw- ,trl :V'-'H I1" *"3: *3vM.eatjiKW __III!
Mr. D. B. Lynn, who was our for L, A. Marr visited relatives at You get a'l! the important national, Take Ball's Family PiUa for coaatipaUon. berry tickets. We print them for tins fi oj,ui jjtj'JUfPlU D.zd M SaipMia! t !
here several you ssnj.I! { jo *w Luc ;gins INJ\1O
several ow ijjtj l
mer operator years ago. Macclenny days last week.
state, county news in the on short notice. Gtod m'laPio9DIPADsIld
-- ,, .. Telegraph. Read the Telegraph-$1.50 stock, low O2Yk; J! boom poop ni* pdlrup! p
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xml record header identifier 2008-10-29setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title Bradford County telegraph.dc:subject Newspapers. -- Starke (Fla.)Newspapers. -- Bradford County (Fla.)Newspapers -- Floridadc:description Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.dc:publisher L.C. WebbL.C. Webb,dc:date March 3, 1916dc:type Newspaperdc:format v.dc:identifier (OCLC)579551 (ALEPH)sn 95047406 (LCCN)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Bradford -- StarkeUnited States of America -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke.North America -- United States of America -- Floridadc:rights All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida