Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 5, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75 Cents. Payable In Advance. E. S. Matthews, Editor and Proprietor. t

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Let Us Make the One of' ,
Day Sub-school Districts Elections ;

CIRCUIT COURT Pleasure and Profit. : TURKISH ARMY AT KUT EL AMARA!' Were Canvassed.Board I AT A )

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Tomorrow Saturday! will uc ", 'an- I I. ; met pursuant to adjournment
{WASCONTINUED'ANDREWS didates'! Day" for Starke. :Most of the..i Boat Bearing Relief Stranded ----1 1I I with all members present. I STANDSTILLCARRANZA

county and several of the state candi- COMMISSIONERS LENIENT t Minutes of the last meeting were T:
dates will he present to tell the people i Just Before it Reached the I read and approved.

what may be expected from each incase : A petition from the patrons of Little -
EMBEZZLEMENT ,, he is elected. The people of Beleaguered Force. \iI I i Another Extension For Payment of I Springs distiict for enlarging l READY TO CON-
Bradford have been charged boundaries
county Taxes Granted. which was granted.The .
CASE UP NEXT WEDNESDAY' with lukewarmnes.s in politics that following sub-schools districts TINUE CHASE AFTER VILLA
I they allow friendship for the candidates MOST SERIOUS LOSS THAT elections were canvassed:; and trustees .
I and other invalid reasons to determine I Owing to thheavy business in connection declared elected as follows: .
Criminal lIodNclOn Cleared ( BRITISH HAVE SUFFERED with the circuit thisweek Obrt' and Scott in
Light I their choice, and if later on court IronkerTru.t't's: A. A. ]Hazen, Dr. :on Conference.
By i3usine!-s-like State Attorney things don't run to suit them they the county clerk has not been I.. L. I Lamb, II. P. Gainey. Dodd's Column Has Scrap .4

I condemn the whole political fabric. After Holding I Out for Vila.: During able to furnish us the Sampson City-Trustees, J. C. Ilaul- i
-Meet Again Wednesday.The This should! not 1 be. We should make minutebut they will commis"ioners'l er.son. A. G.; Brown J. F. Smith. With Villa'sTroops..

!, good! use of the privilege! given us as Which Time Small Quantities of j next. The transaction Starke Trustees. 1 I.. l'. Powell, C.L. .
I freemen and carefully weigh the pros rlllld Was the nw-t interest to many tax payers I Peek J, C. Poppell.Providence '
term of the circuit courtfor Brought Aeroplanes ;, was the extension of the time for the Another knot was ti"d! in the :\lo I
?prim and con for or against the different i i I -Tru.-tees, I D. J. Harden} :x. .;
Bradford county opened :Monday candidates, and each voter should in I the Men Had to Yield! to Hunger payment of taxes for itlf; for thirty i i D. W. ('never, Frank Osteen i.annarl just when tf.e Scott-Obregou '

morning May 1st.! Judge!/ J. T. Wills, this respect act as if he believed that Relief! Forces Unable days more, this being the second Pine Hill-Trustees. A. B.: !Surrencv, conference ;gave promise that the ,.
of the eighth judicial circuit presiding the outcome of the election dependedon to Advance.LOXDOX. ty days extension granted.! Another F. I.. Colson. W. I;. (11 oli:!..,;. trouble between th.' United States and '

an-1 1 lion. A. V. Long, state attorney him alone for good government.For item, of interest to candidates, was I n..l'rtsTrutl', C. l'. Douberlev! the republic south of the Rio Grande \
prosecuting the criminal cases this that the fixing of assessments for the dif- H. 11.
hope William G. F. Alderman.
reason we as
many April 2:*.Another phaseof .I ferent offices. Particulars will be I was in a fair way to :s' smoothed out.
The civil docket was finished Tuesday voters as possible be present tomorrowand I'aestine-Tru'h'e! W. B. Brannen,
at noon. It was as follows: give each candidate their earnest the ill-fated British campaign in .found in. another. column. I J. 1). Gainey, J. F. Brannen. While Obregonva; hurrying north .".
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Chit Docket! attention. For several reasons the issues Mesopotamia has closed with the sur Long Bridge Trustees. B. F. Renfroe. Citfor .Jl1an'z the mid.

Gainesville Hardware (0., vs Starke of the day are more complicatedthan renderHera1! ; Town. hpnll and the I "The Briti.-h force under him consists S. C. Crews, J. E. Adkins. die of the week, wo d; reached Columbus -

Lumber Co., assumpsit; damages $.jOO:: ; at former campaigns and therefore garrison at Kut El Amara, on the of :2,970( British troops of all Little !Springs Trustees Jonathan X. M., that what was apparentlyclose 1

continued by consent.P. the views of the candidates, especially Tigris River, about i0: miles below ranks and services, and some ,OOO Dukes. Richard Reeves, S. W. Dubose. to a pitched Battle; had been

A. Crosby vs C. B. Moody, Isaac those for the state and legislative Bagdad. Some 10,000 men in all laid Indian troops and their followers." \'andel'bilt-Trustel', J. G. Crews, fought between Unit<*d States troops j

Moody and G. W. Lewis, assumpsit! ; offices, should be well understood down their arms to the Turks, afterha'ing' Expected Since Gorringe's/ Failure'I F. M. Norman, L. L. Conner. and a Villa band f-00 strong in West- ;,

damages 5250; judge disqualified.Jacob and weighed.But destroyed all their guns andammunition. The eventual surrender of General I' .raham-Trustee5, C. B. Roberts, I ern Chihuahua. '|he:; :Mexicans, who ;..
the I I W. T. Wasden W. ,
occasion would be tame if O. Dyal.
Lippman vs C.: S. Durling, as- listening to speakers should be all. I' Town hend had been expected since: Xew River-Trustees. J. J. Colson, outnumbered the Americans three tone <> 1 '

sumpsit default.; damages loOO; continued on Let us have a picnic, such as generallyis The British :Mesopotamia campaign the failure of the forces under Lieu- S. B. Cason, G. W. Andrews did the attacking, and they stuck 1

of waged along the Tigris from the Persian I tenant-General Gorringe and General Trustees: G. W. to the fightuntil the American cavalry
{1". Mitch. Edwards J. T, Reaves, a part such occasions, when the / Midway- ; Spires, 0. -.:
assumpsit damages $400; plea with- families of the voters accompany them Gulf northward almost to the i Keary to break through the Turkish A. Thomas D. J. Nettles had laid over 100 of them in the dust

drawn, clerk; to assess charges with with full baskets of goodies, and good gates of Bagdad, had as its chief aim I position at S.-mnay Vat, just; below Boatdrain Trustees, E. Moore, E. dead or wounded Two American

attorney's fee of $25.E. cheer and light-heartedness are allowed the capture of that ancient city. To I Kut El Amara on the Tigris River, M. Coleman: M. Griffis. troopers were killed ;i'id a half dozen I' .
& Son J. W. to enliven the prosaic political dis divert Turkish the unsuccessful Raiford-Trustees.;: E. X. Folsom, wounded be
Bean vs Poppell et forces from Gallipoli and attempt to send seriously enough to sent
cussions. We will\ then have a pleasant W. :M. Whitten, A. I). Andrews. 1Ai I
al, assumpsit not at issue on accountof another the blockaded to the
; and profitable time. While the people was object. army provisions by Lake Butler-Trustees, P.1.. Pad- rear. c}
default; continued. of Starke have made no particular When almost at the point of achieving ,. steamers. It has been touch and go gett, C. J. Knight, J. II. Scarborough. While! news of the battle did not '

Roberts Citizens and Bank S. B.of Denmark Raiford vs M. E. preparations, they may be dependedupon its main object late last year, the with the small British force for many Johnstown-Trustees, Henry Varnes reach Washington until Wednesday 1
continued.Wm. to do their part to make the occasion effort/ broke down at Ctesiphon, eighteen days. John P. Coffin, William Varnes. the fight occurred late last Saturday k

Jaeger vs G. C. Sweat, replevin one long to be remembered.The !. miles from Bagdad, when the ,I The position of Kut El Amara, Lawtey Trustees, J. II. :Moore, G'I in the wild, mountainous region of

; verdict of jury for defendant day l IJ'ingSaturday, a day of leisure Turks, alarmed for the safety of the i which i is; on a peninsula extending into H. Brown T. J. Terry. I Western Chihuahua A column of ,
and a day when so many from I town of fabled rushed Heilbronn Springs-Trustees. A, D. less than 150 Americans members of
Strauss Bros. vs M. Leviton. Defendant memory, up reinforcements the Tigris River, made it impossible ,
the surrounding will have to I Green Drew Reddish, H. S. Hilliard.
I withdrew plea and charges come to Starke, anyway country, large
I were assessed by clerk. people are expected to be here, and the British, and compelled their retreat -i j i no landing place for aeroplanes.The C. Crews, J. L. Anderson. personal command of ('ol. George A. '.'
Theodore & Hadass vs M. Leviton, 110 miles down the Tigris to I Dodd whose also fought the
vou will\ meet old friends whom you forces which attempted to relieve ZifTrustpt's, R. P. Lewis A. D. command
assumpsit. Discontinued have not seen in years. Kut El Amara, where the Turks soon I General Townshend met with almost Hall, J. H. Lewis.C. first battle, at Guerrero, was moving I
D. N. .Harris vs A. C. L. Railway -
L. Peek to fill theplace
had them securely bottled up. was appointed westward in a mountainous defile l
continual misfortune.
Company, not at issue until that On sev-
of for Starke school
General Townsend held out for 143 trustee when it attacked the
suddenly by
J. V. Edwards vs A. C. L. Railway The jurymen at this term of court eral occasions just when it was believed The treasurer's received was
reports were -
days, his supplies steadily growing Villistas, who hail concealed them
not at
Company the of :
were: they were on point suc- approved and his paid warrants :1
Schmuller & Mueller Piano Co.. vs lower as he waited the army, which selves. ,
S. F. Belling J. S. Howard J. ..1.Blackwelder. cess, rising waters made further progress checked up.
J, E. Byrd, replevin; damages $400; C. .1. Knight, B. :M. Williams first under General Aylmer and then :I i I I impossible. F. G. SCHELL. The battle lasted two hours before .,

continued.J. Kindred L. Griffis Chas. A. under General Gorringe, battled its Secretary. tr-* Mexicans were put to flight. The

L. Anderson vs S. A. Douglassand Roberts J. X. Byrd, Lee :Morgan W. way up the Tigris toward him. This I __n____ lericans dismounting and taking to
N. E. Roberts, assumpsit; contin- L. Douglass Edgar T. Knight, D. J. army encountered strong positions of Acted to Avert Starvation I 'o1.. T following the first shots, soon t

ued by consent.A Byrd, J. A. J. McKinney B. L. Dukes, the Turks below Kut El Amara on General Townshend probably was PATRIARCH. assumed the offensive, grid their gradual ,
M. Robinson vs L. A. Duncan, R. A. Reddish II. II. "Parmenter, O.V. I
both sides of the driven to avoid
river to surrender starvation
and although advance through the valley at first
assumpsit; damages $:!,OOO; continuedby Brooks, J. G. Crews W. B. Craw- Among other notables in town .
several of these carried it has of his force. A recent official luring
consent. were compelled the bandit:i to back .1
ford. A. 0, Strickland.! Reden W. Mc- the week was Silas Times, a colored !
The Dutton Bank vs First National I-eod, .J. 0. Tison W. B. Brannen Arthur not been able to work much closer to Turkish communication aid that the man from Graham, aged 8.:} years. ', slowly, and finally to; take to their

Bank of Gainesville; damages $1,000; Brown, W. E. Green: Henry M. the lieleaguered garrison than a score position of the British at Kut El Amara lie was here as a witness in a law. 1 I heels and their horses and scatter in
continued. Pinkfton. D. W. Williams II. R Wil- of miles because of the stubborn Tur- was critical, and they they wre expecting suit. (How many times Uncle Silas : all directions. '.

Annie W. Sapp and her husband!, son. A. D. Andrews, J. S. McCormick kith re.-istance and flood conditions on : to receive :supplies by aero has been married he ('andilllconfl':;::('' I Col. Dodd'n column was far from its
John P. Sapp, vs J. If. Hostick and W. C. S. Clyatt. James Kite, Jr. E. W. I '
the Tigris. plane. An official statement received he doesn't know-wives come and go \. evidently having l been sent across
F, Godwin, evictmem meuse profits Griffis.; J. I:. Bevill. Xorman Douglass.Jo.eph R.'tOO: : Men! Surrendered I yesterday from London showed thata and it is hard to keep account of them, the mountain range nf Western Chi- '
$4,500; continued by consent. F. Dyal I could not !be found in
M. C. Kiser a corporation, vs I L A. the county I. S. Howard. A. D. Andrews I .\ Constantinople dispatch received! last effort to send :supplies to the he different fays. But with the children it is hi!;.r.ua to run do-\n one of the rumors
for he counts a:i'2 of them,
Duncan, assump.-it; damages $2: ,:;.00; and! J:. A. He.'Ji"hpr") excused byway of Berlin sathat the vice- garrison had failed. It was announced : : the I of Villas whereabout.,. As the Americans I )
continued by consent.A. i from jury duty. I chief (-+mm:1' tier If the Turkish army that a hip laden with supplier rlI and l-"iO he grandchildren.owned planter surrender completed the,f task before returning q

B. Shaw vs r.. :S.: & F. Railway i The following were, assigned i I asirrar.il I announce-> that the Briti.-h: garrison at I been sent up the Tigris, but that it named McDonald was !, in Georgia.:by a to their bat-1.; Gen. Funstoti r

('o., stack: killed: damages; .->:-ut>0; continued Juror: Joseph CI'I'H.. I.. j Kut El Amara undi-r (General; : Town- had been grounded about four miles did not receive any word of the affair 1

bv consent. Dukos.'U. :M. William D. .T. Byrd: -hend! which surrendered! unconditionI east of the city. I until four days after it had happened.!
Jos. Roselheim :Shoe Co. vs I. A. James Kite Jr.. Kindred! 1 J.. (;riI1i;. J. I LITTLE SWAPPING DONE.:
Duncan : damages I ally numbered! 1:1.:: :"u0! men. Less than a score of miles away, on j I According to Gen. f'ershing's report,
assumpsit: Sl.r.OO; O.) Tison. W. P.. Crawford.! B. Bran- I
not at issue.Bradford nen. \\". K.: (Given; .1. A. ,1. McKinnrv. I! The following nllicial announcement i the !banks of the Tigris below the city, j I from Col. Dod-i'.s! mage, th":'e were

: CO'.InlIank: vs J. T. II. H. Parme.iter, J. S. McCormi--k. i I wa> made!' here: i: is a relief army which for month had j Members of the Ancient, and honorable no Carranza tri.nps;; :involved in the f
Wise, claim proceeding's; claimant Ed T. Knight ,1..1. Blackwelder.! O. j "After a resi..tsnee protracted for 1 been attempting to reach the besieged Order! Veracious: and l Abstemious battle.! The :Mexuims were om- of the

confines judgment in favor of plaintiff \'. Bn: >ok<. A. O. Strickland. ('. S. I 1JI: days and conducted with a gallantry I force A few weeks ago several : Horse Swappers were conspicuousby Villa bands known to be located in
their absence during C'OUl't"f'pk,
in execution. I+I Clvatt. and! fortitude that will!! be forevermemorable victories \\'announced and I hope ran who that country. The report does not

Kohn-Weil & ("I:0: .\. A. Wainwright I The j-jt| dirv.I ; ha tier; completed I (;" !1""al" Town,hend has high: in England; that the mission i|' and hat! only spent two their or three "critters days in ,Texas, I t1wnti'l'l'i1a'! presence with the
assumpsit; damages ?:2.:-II'>: i its work. ,li-i-hargt-d Tuesday! young
plea withdraw i anal clerk assessed i ternoon. was A- -H'peMfrom the abovei j I \been' conip'-Ilfd! by the final <>\hau,tioij woulducceed.!. Of late, however, the |land I whose brandmade! them resemble I ban.1.I .

charges i I j of his supplies to .surrender."Kefoiv Turk resistance has increased and, |i nw:i"'Iring ,..ti..ks..1"1' offered for I This cla>h of the .American troops
I record the ori'ninnl .jo'kpt.ti P\<-<*Mjtipnallv -
E. A. Waxelbaum & Bros: vs :\. A. .I light t'>is tim\ :1".1! no true i doing >o he de.-troyed his aided! by floods, they have been able| trade. The people of !Starke have become with Villa bandits i ij! !'s bvlimd) here, ,

Wainwright assun-p.Mt; damages $rmo, !IIiJI'as found! forir.v. -1'1'11).1: crime.FOR guns and ttnnitiontINTERESTING: -. to hold! the Briti.-h i in .:l1pck.TELEGRAPH'S too refined to toleratethis specie will not halt the etrJrts of the Ur.ited t'
plea withdrawn and clerk assessed i I i I i I of cruelty surd the police keep an :States; and the df- fait, government of
charges. i i iElarhee I eye on the swappers. The swappers: I
CANDIDTIS.: :Mexico to get togetbrfr o-i some agreement -
Turpentine Co. vs A. C. PROGRAM HONOR ROLL talked about quitting| horses and ;going the African or
whereby troops
r.ailwtCo... trespass on the "1..1\ i J to trade automobiles, but as it requires I
damages $n00; continued. \ At the regular meeting of the board! ; i' ; syndicate of at least forty at least a cons'i.ifrable portionof

H.} J. Stewart as receiver vs i.. L. of county commissioners held May l.-t. j jl' I Commencement Exercises of Names of Those Who Paid swappers to buy a second! band car, them will "I'! withdrawn fl'omIc'{-
Johns I ,ii the will probably ico and the task of riyming down Villa _
and W. p. Johns, assumpsit; !+H>, it:1" ordered! that the clerk of 'I proposed industry
damages, SfiOi 1 ); continued on motion the circuit court be authorized and instructed !i Starke High School. j Subscription During April. not be tartfJ. turned over to the C:.'ranza troop Ti. ( ,
by Dlaintiff. this end Gen.; Scott was instructed to S
to collect filing fee from all..I --- I I
E. a -
Bean & Son
Company J. W.
vs BRADFORD\ COUNTY SINGING; remain on the ,border and confer with
PoppeM. Floyd Green.; M. J. Sapp and county candidates for the primary :.I This evening; May oth, at eight \\". W. Coleman P. II. Dowling \ Gen; Obregon, who '>as sent north by -
W. E. Sapp. assumpsit : damages\ : ?:00. I election to be held June tith, 11)15) ;, asI ; o'clock, at the high school auditorium j P. F. Bryan W. E. YarboroughMrs. CONVENTION. Carranza for thi.. .
Jury found for plaintiff as>essing j I follows: I II there will be an entertainment con- O. I. Brown Rev. J. A. Hendry purpose.Carrana for Withdrawal

damage at $': O.f,7; interest of $1 1.7! () I I[ Senators 'u __ _______ __ _$ ."...40Representatives si'ting of plays and music !Hiss;;; MayFriip's Sam King : Osje Wilson The organizationill meet in In the meantime Presses ftirranza i is I }
and attorney's fee of ?:it 0. I ._ __ __ ___ _ ."'.10 grade! will play the "Pied Piper ; J. H. Lowery Mrs. A. J. Griflis.loo ular session at Sardis Baptist: rel'j I pressing
Criminal 1)o cket. i j jClfik circuit court __ _______ t'.O.OO ," and Mrs. Hughes'/ music class': C.1.. Phillips; Crews, Sr. on Sunday, May 14th, at ,1:):",o a. the !State Department for a itplyto

State vs Kiln Jackson, assault to ''Sheriff u _ _ _ __ Io: ).p0 I will\ render the following program: i J. S. Jackson J. O. Johnson I This convention is interdenominational hi- not or,61, 12: suggesting '
murder. Xo bill I| County judge: __ 20.nO Piano !solo." "Blowing F. W. Kerce R. D. Clayton ; everybody cordially invited to at- the complete! withdrawal of American
State vs C. M. Lovett. wife I.er. 1 1 Tax collector .h- __ r.rt.nil I (lOrth--Lois, ) Edtvard.s.i Bahles"i II j X. P. Rosier I L. A. Davis tend.; There: will lie singing all day troops from :Mexico. Elisco Arredondo -
tion. Xo bill. I i Tax as.-es.-or; UUUUh 30.00 I.J. W. Johnson D. W. Hancock I and dinner on the ground at 12 m. Mexican ambassador designate! l<*
State Bert I| :Supt.: public instruction __ 20.0<) I Piano duet! "Simplette"AnnieBelle II I H., L. Stevenson H. C. demons Come one and all and let's make this Wa.-hington. called'n Secretary I.anFinjr I '
vs Johns Xo bill u
rape. j Turner and Mrs. Hughes. I j I 1r'. I'. Woo ten K.: 1 L Coleman ;
i j Supervisor t of registration h :!.OO :ession the best known in the historyof this week and* informed him of
State vs Tom Ilo.iges, crime against i inaturt. 1 i County' commissioners __Uh 0 :3.00. I Piano ,solo pirnillgonsr"P.uth: I.,I T. X. Limbaugh :'I1..J. Green the organization. dire for .
Xo bill. :Member! school l boa -d _____ :!>r) l'?cll. :j I: L. C. Prescott N. ('. :Molt W. R. DUBOSE. (Pros.MRS. his government's a reply.A
Pleaded State vs Geo. Nettles! forgery. I| Ju>tice of peace -_ .Ou_u__ __ 1.00 PianooIo, "Mazurka"-Frances ':I.J. l F. Rhoden Miss Carrie McKayAlva : W. R. DUBOSE, :Sec.; similar request \'<'as tran.-mitted to .

guilty. Sentence suspended I Constables _ .h. ._ uu___ 1.00 Col ley. i( E.: E. Wills Leonard I SM'cial[! Agent Ruggers; at :Mexico

conditionally upon good behavior, and County surveyor __ .h__ ___ 1.0 Piano Trio. "Old Folks at Home." :Mack Johns Mrs. Annie: Hilliard I A much needed !brick cros.-ing has; city. ;
payment Sta'es of S::52: court cost. Pur.-uar.t to law governing general variations I Foster)-Misses Jessie;;; 1 Dr. L. J. Thomas W. II. Underhill 1 been \laid! across Front street from the Gen.; Hugh Scott--hief of taff: of t

Richard Sumpkins, robbery i I Mae Baisdi-n, Maud Williams Alma ( T. E.: Strange ]Prof.: S. S. Dowling I Wills Drug Vs. store to the track. the United State; anmy, and Gen.; Alvarez -
pleaded not guilty. Tried at reconvention and primary elections in the State of Sapp.Reading.. Allen Williamsi E. E. Canova --- -.--- CaLanza's
of court. Florida the tiling fee as required I i Reddish: W. J. be carried
bylaw : "My :Sister's Best Feller" Cry Stallings will out: in series of
State of engaging
J. war, are a
vs p. Parmenter. embezzlement. !
of each! candidate must be paidto Larrie Tomlinson. j, F. H. Long .I no. B. Browning Invocation. ,
State Continued by consent. the clerk of the circuit court of the I Piano polo-Florence Andrews."See Dolton Carter Elbert Griffis I Piano trio "l'ft mnai.c lilitair1!'" Or. conlVrenre.- .tua 'Z which is expected -
for vs J. T. Katman.: indictment! ; county in which he is a candidate the :Saw"; -Woodland Xymphs.; I 1\1.: }D. Carter J. F. Hall 4"+. (I'hrpinl-Misses) Cleo Mitchell, to go a greai way in clearingup

permitting convicts to escape. Continued :; fee as required not later than May. j "Listen to the Mocking Bin!," Piano .T. S. !Stark ('al'bIott.: I' Anna Canova and Mrs. Hughes. i the situation, and also in determining -

State by consent.; i! 17th. i ::td! Violin Trio-Florence :'II att hI'\\... I O. Alvarez :Mrs. S. I.. XewomII. Prize essay on "The Effects: of Alcohol 11I the course the I'. S. War department ) -
vs Xolle Tuck Johns, aggravatedassault. Fir.-t statement of expenses should! Anna ('anova. Lew Canova. piano: C. A. Boyd Clay Crawford I, on the Human Sv'tem"-'Iliss: I' shall pursuin Mexico. It i i.- un-

State vs Simon pros. I be tiled! not earli"than; May tith. not I Marie Living.-ton. Hollis Knight. PittI \\'. B. Arendell Mrs. li. :M. Hill i Kathleen Alvarez. dr>tood that tle.-e two repre.ntatives ( -
assault. Pleaded Jones, aggravated! later thin May I_th. I Tomlinson. violin. Chas. Dees' T. X. Kendrick I Literalticlre s. Dr. ..J.1.. Farr of i' of the rival rations; have discussed f
suiltv and not IuiltFOI)11,! ; Second statement of expen.e'should! ; "Under the Old! Umbrella" j C. B. !Strickland L. G. Sibley j I the University of Florida. phase of the situation -
60 days sentenced in fail. to a fine of S2.Ior : be tiled! not earlier than May 2.:>th, not Piano trio. "Slap Bang! ';alon." I I.e- ; R. .1. Andrews W. X. Lindsay i i I Piano solo, "Tulip," ( Tichner- particularly every whateps be expected
State ; later than :May :'Ith. man I-Misses Ethel Griffin, Vivin-tte i J. I.. Parmenter R. S. Powell j Florence Andrews. can
vs Rufus McLeod. assault with i Third Class;: Poem Mildred Crosby. : from the \c\ facto troops tocarry
intent to murder. statement of expenses must;;; Floyd Dorothy Edwards."Waitinl'ambo H. H. Lewis Xed Williams 1 I -
iQ custody, Defendant not l Il eing l lit' filed not later than June l';th. and Dinah. I IA. O. Andreu r.. W. Burney Prophecy-Edvth Warren. I out the pursu-t of'ilIa.. Gen. y;
$500. capias was iu\d. Bond Failure of any candidate to file "Xaughty. Naughty Xauehty." T. Jones R. W. Cameron Will-Homer Limbaugh. Scott refuses; to state whether or not n

State v* W. S! Croft, ::t.tementithin' the time required by "Luspiel Overture." Keler Beler) M. H. Chancey B. T. Bardin Piano duet "In Martial Spirit," 'I II he has completed an.J sent to Wash- !
weapons Defendant carrying concealed law' will\ mean that such candidate Misses Cleo :Mitchell Anna Canova !I W. M. Bryan Mrs. J. .\. Bryan (IChristiani-Misses!" : Ella :May Long ington his report rf'l"ultingfrom" this

in custody, capias was issued; trot returnable being: I will not be placed on the official bal Florence Matthews. I Greenleaf & Crosby;: and Doris Scott.Honorable II. conference, but an announcement from !>

to county judge's: court for trial.- I. lot. "Gt't"Just ,Kids.I Can't Miss That Ball Game" I!jMr.I Angie SternburgMrs. Presentation mention of three of prizes pupils.; for.best I the war department as to a definite '.
State I
".s Anna Reynolds policy is expected in a few day.-
death of infant. concealing : PREACHING EMANUEL "The Walla Walla Man." I Sunday evening at seven-thirty, at the essays;; on Temperance Tuberculosisand a
X0 bill. II Dental Both Gen. Scott and Gen. Obregon :.,
State The high school will present a play church. The congregationand Hygiene.
vs F. X. Baptist
ment Andrews embezzle- entitled "The Victor's Tournament Delivery of musical medal in Mrs.;: werepsH.d with complete power by
day 'norningbut((5 ('ount"a; set for Wedr.es- ; There will he preaching at Emanuel the eighth g'radill play "The Ob,tij : I choirs of the different churcheswill I Hufhes! class;; the nations they represented) at the t

h E. Wad defendant's counsel Baptist church Sunday. May 7th. at I pate Family." I unite on this occa.-ion. Dr. Deni- Piano solo "Two Larks! ," (Lesche-:: conference, and i it I* believed the two
E'., of Orange park. beinir III a. m. The-p will also \loP j I Canova.Delivery '
baptismat subject of tizky)1-1liss Anna sub.
will into details
unable to attend Charges for admission, 15 and 25 I son preach on leaders went on every
on account of illness the Conner bridge at 10 of certificates of promotionto
a. m. They Profession. r
in his cents. "Choosing a including the withdrawal from
until family the trial was postponed II will organize a Baptist church there I The baccalaureate sermon will be Monday evening May the 8th, the high school, and diplomas of graduation jet, '
Wednesday May 10th Sunday. All are cordially invited to will\ be the chief attraction from senior high school. +ic
at delivered class
by Rev. 11. G. Denison, A. graduating
P. m., and the court adjourned attend these services. j'j Benediction. (Continued op Page 2.) j jt
:\ ., of the Presbyterian church, next and the following program .



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f : For Railroad Commissioner The general belief among high oi i I! I I INTERESTING; VISITORMr. ------';:. ::1

: ials of both governments i is that S

result be ./
omplete understanding William J. Krome, of Home-

I II i ween Mexico and the United State stead. Dade county: was in Starke IJ II I

t rom the Scott-Obrepon conference, a. ,- t Saturday. He was on his way home Worn Out? Ij

oth rr.fn are understood to have beeriven .' : where
f > via Jacksonville!! from Arcadia j
almost complete to maktin I .
4 : power he had attended the meeting of theSate No doubt you are, II ,

.; : arrangement according to then Horticultural! Society, of which you suffer from any of the a" wr s tie itad.Ing I
Another result!
fSt judjrrr.e..t. expected h.I:: a member. At the meeting :Mr. p numerous ailments to al.: ll sari atlh 1
ia": immediate ir.:.;x of Car- which women are sub a (I. .a ,
:Krome had heard that in or near ail ....
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1 H.TC, the re<:: from Xa- tH' a b. j
:ui:za troops On $ Starke was to be found an old and ject. Headache, back- / attap "" ,
nitjuira"Uth.: and their division hall ache, sideache, nervous- l

.rr.aia '. the entire stretch !;tqt: alligator: pear tree, and being ness, weak, tired feeling, I
;! : :- to ?tits ? :,. \\ R.a. -
the of hor'uturl"
'' 1 an enthusiast on subject are some ot the symptoms 't :
for bandit ,
rr.rtry lurking groups h "" : ; nr.EFI' : 1 .f
: I : he :flopped over in Starke and you must nd J :...i... t
Tr altr.ouffh! the cf Scott
: meeting
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It. to rir.d out about the tree. The coni- yourself of them in order .
., !! i Ire'vr! is txjecttd to strengthen: t % 4t !
alligator i i- H'I'Yel1slt In' to feel well. Thousandsof
t. : ..isr.'t! : v: en. Carrar.za Lt ::h h-; n."ii pear women who have : I'OT-UIII S 1.'Iir. .i ipalcna
4 ,old and will! rot n'' thvr-
t i i'. 'p':' :':r problem "f r-l.: .. .:
,1 .u'-. :. ..nlf of Mexican! *.! I"'i'; ? .-. 4 w $ a t.ut':. but a new'ariet ...1't! was. di-- remedy urge you to Early h-d BI,... Tn / /.'
f17.: c:4.ya v-'ered some years ago; 1:1 :.h* *>!I..r"cl .
\\ '. r.r.ah.a h umpl. rrd I'tanota. ,
: -'t. ; *? r.< <; : 4 I .t't
". K'eiy :mportt.t: >.'.'.; .,' avi portionf South An.e'in.! .II.d> TAKE a tN { No. iorth lunhna
1 1t -pecimeiis of it To au- \ and .;: ,
: trai-paK'd, : i th. Small ;p n.DTN1
i ito !::1J -r -\-c: maj--r parriMw .t1- t; ;
fn n.ia have been fcur.d totand J
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"c'd ::.t-cd tnes' ;jrarri- :" : : : t frp
0 deal of cold. Mr.[ Kron.e 'ha' yaantt. '
{ thought
: I'O :' "ta'-.tiitj, attack, r th- ..: : ." ; 1 '" : ;

,. .,- ,->: what Mexican uS'.i.-: : :.-n: | ;i I JM .hap a tree of that Kid: had f(ui.it CardulII ,.. ... _' i ) ".

r .::a!: i irresponsible?." ERNEST AMOSAN way here: in which ut.-e he mil! .. I t.. :. -.. .

.".' 'Ihere urt; !larje Carrr.aere :',IK-- .-. /! EXPERIENCED MAN FOR ft 1; valuableiata about.ai"' <*' 1 h" ':. li
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I jr"Wth!! the treo icing a .eiv; p'tfn." '
:/ ar'':;/:d Mexkv.! i .: ..'.d ..*. !
',.... .y: STATE COMPTROLLER ail": t':.v to grow. li.t: ,f "hi" The Woman's Tonic ..r. I \1 Tani and I'uebla.! but tb.-e :.re ; ? '
.. s.uh: l a tree here, inquire rt'm 'r.should & Tomas J'laM-I.I\IPf. '
1 ." .-T.t'.y:: needed: for th ,''':\.i'a..L ..-. rOll sT HEUHTo: !: rou 12: I
\\ i:1I know failed: T" :' ;tt, Mrs. Sylvania Woods, I inn I.uutT and the
.. ... ... The ,
: : -: Zap: troop.fr-::1:r. \KARS.: K\O\\S: THI WORK OF I
. I beg to announce my candi't ..I I'.fuimation ahou th t\. 11 il, ,- Clifton Mills, Ky., says: FamtuJuhn liarr
: east to Vera Cm: ar--! --d .
-.a : (l tlII'TRIILLF.IJFFI'G:
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: i-t-. will be, thankfully !re .t.I.u t "Before taking Car dui I I.I I. A-.: for "'b.Y
T dacy for Railroad Commission 1.; ..ttir.jr: : downmall bandvf Zapati--- (1Jr j <<. lIl.r rwmllT.1.( KXPK1MIKNtK. : P .
:1! tbTl''! at times so weak I U i .11 lit ..1 : .-.tOu
i er subject' to the next Democratic *.;i- and in jruardr.jr: : train to and from ]I I WILLI'I'HICI.n: : raj.h. was J JFOR ..... ":-.tn h..: ard ;

the I capital. All! of Northeastern M--x- ; \ on) : VOTE. :. -.. .. ]!(i Mr. ]frame bcir.p one irt'th 10"i i could hardly walk, and I .' r K. ni.; .

Primary on June 6. 1916. i '.) ,1-1 similarly: : ir.iYstf-d with bandits; t ji I l...... .\ : :: ... ".r.:. +1 i rti ui'tir.sj; t an;.'i'". "<:"rs of tho I. !...r1t1lI the pain In my back and : .. ,,'. .'-.-,. !-.. :

1 I ,i I Ea-t ('oat Kxtcnsion.: the reporter head killed me. ... I
nearly :
and having had 39 years experience vKr. keep the irarrisnr.s at Victoria.11r'lterey ( ,l I,
R-. : : and Tarr.pico occapi...!. Ir n': :s T.HhE'IIIEO; :: : FOR :S'1'.IRhFI'EOI'LE : :|,: naturally plied him with ijuestion.s After taking three bottles .
handling business of f I !! about that wonderful railway which .\ PA:.-1'I
I the 1 iV.v of these conditKipmany nil j r i of Cardui, the pains dis-
iI]i though being of the greatest erg I Mil ; KY :MV-n
all kinds between the
public !:ar)' authorities far that Carrar.za t I appeared. Now 1 feel as dr v
I feats of the world and the
: and the railroads, I thereforebeg will blJ.:! hard time proving: to the j The :Statements Starke! Hidt'nt..1 I mecrir.p! far boldness! of conception well as I ever did. Every -: K> r.- ijs'E.A.MARTIN
I trreate as as
United States: that he is able to ha:.- I .\rt' >urelv More Reliable Than i I suffering woman shouldtryCarduL"
to submit views- i and skill i is concerned
my ] LI
.. die the problem! presented l."illa.. It Those of Utter Stranger* Get a bottle
I I has its history unwritten. Mr. Krome I'I
\ 1 1st. Let's give the people i is estimated that he will have available E8 SEED CA
entered :Mr. Flapler's service sixteen today.
I no more than ;, ill' or S.i'W' men I!
and railroads fair consideration ( JACK50h1ILLrFLORIOA.
a Home testimony real proof. years ago, and one of his first a.ssipnments I I t\4; .
to displace! thlt12..<*w troops of Gen.
of an matters coming before Public statements of Starke peoplecany was to run a' preliminary e .
Tei>hinp. News iii-patches from the -
: the Board. ''ition real weight. through the Everglades and mangrove I
American evr in the field indith -
What a friend or neighbor! rom swamps f.m :Miami to Cape SaLle, i
: r / 2nd. Give the people the ''hn'ate.. ,imoved. t Pershing's north headquarters from Satevo pets: respect. the only continuous line ever run I I ++ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + i COW THATDIDN'T .

i service obtainable at all times., The word of ore hose home is faraway across the 'Glades.(; The work required I j 1 .
> tn Numiquipa and that a concentration

t I 3rd. See' that there is no of United States troops, amounting to invites your doubts.Here's months, for often only two I : ; GET IT
a Staikp man's statement. miles could be surveyed in a day and j :
i retil'f-ment. is in Advices SALE :
,.. discrimination of any kind. added that the American progress.forces would And its for Starke peoples t t-eretit.: some tracts were impassible and the I;I

4th. See that there is water !be gathered near Casas Grande.ar.d Such evidence is convincing. distance: across them found by travers + .I

That the kind of proof that back in:!. After great hard-hips running +
: at all depots. and toilets for that the headquarters of Gen. Per-
I| I H[ ian"s Kidney Pills. the line it was foui.d impractical for a 4. 40 acre; on Lawtey and Lake +i lj ia l
/ shirjr: would! be transferred back to 1 I I I ia CzI
the convenience of the public. 1| Han-ford Austin farmer. Stark: railroad. 1 j + Butler road :3 miles west; of +
IOJ' 'olonia Dublan :Cu I miles from Casas j l-
5th. Make a report to t ti the Jrui.de- Color.ia Dublan was the first j say*: "I was having trouble from my .I The arches nt the lung viaductbe1!: I + Lawtey. +
j I back| all the time and Doan's Kidney! tvveen the keys are not of reinforce i I Iconcrete + :2.1? acres on Lawtey cr.d High- +j
reld: : .
people what has been done head'uartero e.-tabli.-hed by I
by -h.tr: alter cros.-ir.p the border f I'er-I rom j UOiljmbus. ]j Pills[ cured me. Others of the family as commonly believed. A- + land road "National! Highway." + 1 ONE THAT DIDwife's

the Railroad Commission. f [ d uchments have I I have also\ u-ed thi- mfiiicit.e with good I Ii alt! water had to be u-ed in niakit.tr + One-half mile north of depot. + ,
Heavy ( :
6th. Give the people ; I! ],P.-Ulb. I am triad! to endorse it:' the concrete it was found that theteel I' + StiOO cash or terms. + Mr tOW nf .which the I.! T rjtfoud ,
thihor ,
r your ifi placed on guard along j was recently ta .en nrk. Our nta-
,:f i( entire time and talent to t the t(". 'Ii i !line of c"munication! to inure Price >>)(:, a: all dealers. Duh't .- rod u.-\l in reidor'ingwHlII.1 I HH :20:? acres on Lawtey and Highland + Unary failedt e';.e rthtf; A friend Iff-
t"mlli.1 I j Imply a.-k f.r a kidney rc'aPdy-.e' I I P attackeit by rust and they wen' j + road. "National Highway" + I i fretted that I try your Medicated Salt
; : :::f .ty in rat of unexpected! | Brick. I did f The cow has licked It
l above. cations. Iran's Kij.y: 'db-the -amp that I ai.atidor.ed, ot.ly concrete of the !low ;[ + One mile north of Lawte '. About + :j away. The change !la more then wonder-

l'I I ask cured Mr. \u-ti!:. Fo-tr-r-Milburn[ I'".. kind carefully laid being u-ed. While + six acres cleared. $000 cash + ful. She ia etf-rv. fat ai of ytre. Circa
I respectfully your support The Girl; Gal; file'Ism! I. or 3y to 4 gailbni .f milk: dID''.
= I on the above basis. ywhile the soldiers! are resting J PropliUTalo.: X. Y. i 112: : t tNo. the viaduct are not protected by + terms + I I 1 I FRANK WHET.

breakwaters have + .' Atlanta! Ga., >
o!: their oars they receive attentions they already with- L. H. HILL. + Uy 16. 1977. .
S. A. BRYAN. from tho : fiofi will cure (hills and Vets -tood severaleere hurricanes with + Lawtey Florida. + I I| Sold by J. WI..,' & Sun, Newell B. ftall
1 ; ;iris back in states. :Some J. l'.
; i Manning. L I' Register. W. G. BrookL
Paid A I It !is the
:: < \rt.stmtit. most !speed rt'mffit' !knon.KEVOUTIO.V out damage. + +
of the "Lo ';; are pray-haiied and other ,,, - - -
II -- The longest -tietch of viaduct j i., + -
I NOTICE OF ? may not strictly le called! hand- + !{ pI -

f Ify the potter i.e-ted in ELECTION tt-.m b> Tcru.i i-orne.. li'it the rirls_n.. dnn't_! .._ .how... .. ,ithey n : ( 1mEL.H: : seven miles. Points in its line were + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I

law!! of Florida the Board of l' Lu! In.trucT; are all heroes. I fixed by triangulation but when con- GEN.GRANTSAID"LET
ti"O of Bradford _
county hereby orders eiictiun
ant -
: to I* held at Little: Stnnt's; rchn.l I hou>t 1: Some dozen or more officers at thLase C, Men Riot in Dublin :Streets and Capture -truction work began, it was necessary

I m the ;27th dayof :Jlay'. 1'Is. fur the pur- : ] here have been mentionedin to sight:; across the pap. In order to General Insurance
camp Vantage Point
ewe of \voting on the e\t-n-ion ol tre boun : do >o a tower to sight from had to be US SMOKE IN THIS
f. daries of aid district an follows. tOot: meagre reports have been
\ Commencing at NE corner of S\\"I of ?ec. i ;allowed to sift through the taut haul- erected at each end. Why ? Because I represent none but FIRST I WORLD. NOT IN THE NEXT.
13. Tp 6 R 19 E. thence .outh 'j mile: to ctn- !: A grave situation of rebellion exist- of the rounding of the earth low ob- CLASS companies and will be
I t.-r of Sec. I;.. thence E'.n :_. -+cti.nimrt: i ed line censorship to the outside in Ireland the ,
I I :Mill! branch thence down branch to New Kuer. world of the doings of the: troops. For outLreaking reaching jecN at that distance are noti"ible., constantly on the alert to promote --

thence slung n\tr to the presentub d s- each newspaper mention there has such propotions in Dublin this week the earth in seven miles dipping nearly your interests. Guarantee Smoke the Old Reliable

tnct.. F <;. SCHELL. i that Iri-h rebels took possession of ''.:', feet from a line tangent with I I
I" been a patch of letters. courteous treatment to all pa-
,r'.0. --, r..t.j.STERS i One girl would "like to correspond 1 various parts of the city and followingthe its surface. This is the only instance trons. A well written "

.. .\ S.\LE. : with a soldier! Another would "d attempts of soldiers to quell the known when a bridge is so long as to I policy by "A. P. H. CIGAR I ;:
Notice ar- first-class
{ i i ia hereby iitn that under and rY disturbance, more riots took place in i be partially hidden by the earth. a agent in a first-
., virtue of a certain final decree of foreciosuT 1 Iv love to meet a man named Smith: class
4 made and rendered the J7th day of Aril, A. |': which a score of men were killed andover company sometimes means

D... I*Eighth!*!, by the Judicial judge; Circuit of the Circuit of Floridan Cou t ofth ,I the'Another soldiers! wants in their to "sympathize hardships." with a hundred wounded. The Dublin + + + ffff + + + + + ff + much in case of loss by fire. ( A Pure Havana) ;

; chancery in favor of the I>jtton Hank .- general post office was seized by the + + I
a en.poralion. I'ozenof themend
t .j !! ( candy. Usuallyin H. C. RICHARD Starker -
a complainant and rain.-t S. B Den- rioter The troops sent from Carragh ,
j mark.henf of Hradford County. Honda.! the boxes i is a car with the name of the CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING '
I' ?* t and Ei-officio: adrn:nrtretnr If the e-tate of .some -mitten girl back in the: State recaptured structure, which the CJ Made by the

: JR.. Etep, Jecea.-e lard :M. E E.-te|., d.1 .- Some i of the letters answered rebels had converted into a fortress + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 j
fnniants. the underMirned wil:! ofer for sir are because and while English
in front of the court hour d<''ir in :ar.m a few of the officers here are un reports state that COFFINS
t i Bradford rioting is at an end the fact For Sale or r.I I CASKETSAnd
county. Honda dunr.c the :Vva'' cannot ExchangeFOR
t marriednd these few
1.' hour. of salt on :Monday, the "tn day of Jjne.A. are not averse be denied that the situation is far SALE-Porto Rico draws a full line of STARKE CIGAR CO.

D. 11B. to the hiuhe, ar.1 t+?l bidder for to eating home-made candy. But even from potato .
i cash the follo ini' described Urns -itua;,.d ,r 1 the letters that draw replies are the satisfactory. $l.::.:> per 1.000.1.: M. Moody, Undertakers' Supplies

: !i Bradford Lots county Florida to-wit : ''subject of more or less ribald jesting The outburst of rioting, it is considered Starke Fla. 5-5-3t.: GEO. L. ASSEY r Prop.,
One Two Thr.o"r.. ,. Always
Fit ?e.en -- ---- -- -- ---- -- on hand. The best
t and Eipht and Siin Block: thin>- i ir turkey <.f the town of Mnnnmiriun Sprites. 'leive( the serious consideration that: ganized German attempt to stir up agreat wagonnearly at the lowest prices. Special
j lab recorded in the public r.tvrdof BradfordI new at a sacrifice. Chas E. attention {
J. 1 I county. Florida tovether with all:: and -mirular: the' romantic girl writers evidently believe revolution in Ireland. The attempt Brown. Newman Farm, Starke. It to telegraph orders. f

thtt..n..m..nl... heredi'amer.tc and apt'urtrrI > : ] should be given. For an officer of Sir Roger Casement and a

I I I! appertammir.ances to i the. 'ame belontr.nr! : 'r in ar.> uit with the social entree that is ape. strong force of Gelman sailors to landon FOR SALE-Nice young black mare. Registered Embalmer

1 t. ; the Irish Will be sold cheap. Sam j irsG +
EVERETT: JOHNS.: ;, 1 requisite of an army commission coast undoubtedlwas Rosenberg. \

I 11, A. 1'. LONG & VV ? PROO.ME Swaa! :)later wouldn't think of taking such a thing part of the scheme. It is believed Cash Department Store, Starke. DeWITT C. JONES(

.J I Solicitors! for Complainant. '.-'.-;.. seriously. And oven the enlisted man, that the Germans, using Sir Roger -17tf.FOR Suc'sr to G. C. Livingston & Co

.j ----MASTERS-SALE. : who sometimes gets the candy and the Casement as a leader carefullyplan- SALE Comfortable Starke Fla.
.1 house with ,
6. I I I Notice is hereby truen that untirr and l\ note doesn't ]like the idea of a woman ned in advance a revolution counting eight \;; _
r IIt.! : :L I ,'i".!.. of that certain final! d.trr.. of foc."-'- I!: throwing herself at his head. The upon Sir Roger's dramatic appearanceat rooms and bath and 5U acre .
r ore mad and rendered )lay '.'nd.v: !';. h tr.ejudife : the lot in Hampton. Reasonable terms I
head invigorating to
of the Pale
t ;: enlisted like the a German force to and Slckl
of the : man may candy and }
I'I''I''I' circuit court. courtsFonda Write Mrs. Annie E. r
I I Young, Hampton Rti ens
in chancrr in favorf Lnuu- | be sweep the country. The Old Standard
I'ajp may more cr less flattered at the general strengthen! tonic F 1
J Ji complainant and al'ail1J.I: !' \rnie R. Vliann. \ >:. :' Initial'loH's Fla. 331tf. !G 'TASTELESS chill TOXIC
Frustrated dnves ou
attention, but he has little seriousthought 4'4f 1
f A. R. Williams and O B. Sweat, !*- lalana.enrfcbesthe blood.and builds up the sy .R
.. ft-ndantn. the uraiersi!ned will: < :f..r for -a.e for a girl who is not of his Reports from England announcedon BARGAINS IN FIELD PEAS-No. 2 _trrn. A true tonic. For adults and children Su>
in f.'r.1 ".f the court houxdior S'z, .
florida dunnir the !rva: houre of -a:.. n*.*" own picking. the day proceeding the rioting in Clay Mixed Peas, $1.100.. 1 Clay You get all the important national

Monday: It... 5tn; daf Jun. 1ln. the f< If Villa was a little more sociableind ] Dublin that Sir Roger Casement had Mixed Peas. 1.2o: ; Brown Whippor- ,
Io..inir di cnbed! I state county news in the Telegraph. J. R. DAVIS & CO
> r a.; et.ivituuted in II iiraiif' : accessible t been made
I i >nl county Floida. to....if T' e Sort tit -* .' he also would rerei'ec'andips a prisoner. He was on wills and Early Bunch Speckles -- ,

the :SVVi. (.f the SW'; of S.c'J.. T; ;,It for he would be elevated to the board a German auxiliary. which inonjunction S1.40. O. P. Daniels' Sons, Wayne + + + + 411p + + + + + + + + + + -
.<. :;
: K. t.m
: Ea
1. -t. I ,
position of hero and c with German
martyr. a submarine boro. Ga. + I'!'*
I ?l'-cia': :'ol \.t..r in i Among the cases disposed of by was attempting to land arms and ammunition .
i, i .\. .* CREWS. l-itr.c \ Judge W. I!. Sheppard during the H'S- in Ireland. No incident itt ]FOR SALE-My: place on -I'U-.Jt.I'+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + J COMER L PEEK : I

I Solicitor f< r d rri a.r.am. ;."..":. i; -ion of court at which he presided a weeks hag so stirred the English pub lake road; lt) acres of land; ;) room OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED; !!.I

't i ri'XITIVE: EXPEDITION/ El Paso was the confiscation of $;'1,0(11)' I I lic as the brief announcement that cottage and tenant house; horse UNDER 4. .. SECTION'LAWS: OF 8 OF FLORIDA.CHAPTER I I1. Florida Re*). Estate Land and :

r i I AT A :STANIXTILL: : worth of jewels which had been t-mug-I thtonte brilliant Irishman had beer wagon burgand farm implements Notice is hereby given; that T. J .VJ.: ,1 1 j Timber

Continued- _'led] over the border by Francisco Vii captured.I Before the outbreak of th Part ca-h and part easy terms. 11'. man and \. A. Futeh. purcha.-er of tax certif.cate ;- Expert. :
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>. : or the continued occupation i.f the ''a and' his brother, Hippolito Villa I war_.Sir i _Roger_ had I been: .m the Britishiwi.suiur I :M. Bryan. Starke.Lost: 4- g-t.: I, A.:. D., 1 No<
I lodge! Sheppard' related many in:er- ervice. uunng the I I and r.a.made "1'1 ,'ca" n i i ta > ..:.d i iI '
Mexican territory 1 l-y United >taes I it pa.tyear i and FoundSSTTtr. I to i b s.ue in accordance v.fM .? '.. <. I c. ra.j! @.f+).N' .: ,. troop,*, the question of tran-II'r ;f -ting) incidents of hi< experience on I was reported that he was i hI I ficate embraces the folbvn/! rritwd ] '. p- W+t.W"'
.: he bordt'r. frequent conference: with German authorities ., head of mules, one h.rt I < rty situated in Uradfi.rd County. Kri..i.! 1100' ---- ---- -

-- such occupation continues, and al-o! The jewels belonging: ti. the Villarotlur.s I ; ; in Berlin and was acting a- j black mule: other long-bodied, dark said wit : land NE'', Sec. 11. Tp f., S. R. .'.' .:. 1'," ': '........................
the of the railroads haul ; bring a- eed the '.
If use to troops I at date f L'I I '
u had l lof en seized! icutom;; a go-between for the Germans a"; bay: in need of 'hearing. Get away i I ISurdiy : nuance of such certificate in tntname if 'L For and .
t and supj}'lit< out of Mexico to the i'or i night from Known. Unless! n- : profapt returns: .1
the anti Long Bridge'. I said .
., -tliciaN and were confi.-tatod} by -English party in Ireland. Th. ctrtiflcito '? | K> rejnwmed : aaliafac'onrhip FRUIT PRODUCE
I t'er if withdrawal i is p'o-j I, acci.rdinir
a atrrt-ed Notify W. to law
upon. | E. Cherry New River. tax ditdvi : i' ,
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It i is also known that Gt'n.J Scott i '('durin the federal court before I I English government had offered a n- : iI i I thereon t.n the 15th day f :1''.y. .'.. P. .;.: Ur :: C1lCKE11'SandEGGShts
|1\16- 'udire :-:h'ppar.l.mon<.r the jewels ,, ward rf $2.: ;,000( for his : ; ---I j I Witness my official signature and seal tt ,, : toAtlantic
I ai" i r.OST ::
t tinned H-ropon at lei:::th a< to what -Setter pup I) months old. named the 11th day of April \. 1-jlS.
is i
onn-cated was a gold with dia- it believed he will hehot I I J.v. |: _
: as a spy'I i "Maud." Produce Co.
campaign jlan.the ii > facto troops : white and red. Rewarr j a [Ih. :
,' 'io!,d setting, worth !I i t'E\LI' .l I
I': $11.100 which For
i had against Villa!! and \\r.t'thtthe: ) many month there have Lee' by Wm. Wainright. Starke. 4-14-tf I By R. C.rk.! + JacliorltHt, ffundark.
-as presented to I'ancho Villa his indications that A. WEEKS .
,1 by the t'
i t +I Carranza ponoralare >tucipmly \tr.erican admirers than "year'lof!' the irreconcilable par' 4.Ut. Deputy Cie I :..................+.....

t powerful to prevent another raid on more a I Irish population has been pro I FOR RENT --- i..
I go when a reception was held! in his paring for an uprising. The .
the American borderhould; the: U S.troons '.
ror by General; IVrshing of i 'OR) RENT-:My cottage
l.e withdrawn.Stomach and} G r- getting proper war. equipment, however on Kinpsley I I II --
I Scott.: .J df'ht'rpard: said he had has (oen'f'rv great lake; two ;stories:: thoroughly furnish i
1 I I ., arnod that when Villa attended this I the stringent: regulations;' of the Briti1government. T. ed and telephone; for rent for the B. Z. MATTHEWSArtesian

4 ecoption he did nut remove his hat. The Casement season.:: Mrs. Paul E. Canova.
expo.ii I I
) Catarrh Is Among' the amusing: things. Judge 'inn. had it been successful in landi!.' 4143t. Well !

.9 heppard said was the number of sad- I would have provided for the fir-' AVOID :SPRING-; -- Driller
Very PrevalentIn 'le-s which were placed sale | time a sufficient
on in El ; quantity of arms t-'
Sudden change high wind
this climate catarrh: Is a \iso after Pasqual Orozco was killed I' :-s.iro an unri-ing. It i is estimate! j ; seasons cause?, colds and ,grippe shifting I Have Had Twenty-Four Years

; v cowboy. I->Zrps and dozens that other vessels
of the owned the Ger-
V prevalent disease. Catarrh a! : by ind these spring; colds
I uldles! wen offered for sale, each I[ m1"!?. might have I are annoying1T1d
frets the stomach a? often a-< I effected a landing. i dangerous and are likely to turr Experience In Well DrillingIn

I any other organ. Perhaps every 1 i ..TSOH \\J!'> sought to secure the mon The most advantageous consequents | nto a chronic summer cough. In such
third person i 1'1 more or Ks-" of s.oiiv .nir hui.ters claiming that of the Irish
uprising:; for -aees! take
| a treatment of Dr. King
troubled with stomach catarrh. 1 v ..- tJ-t only original saddle! used will)] Florida
probably> the i Vevv
permanent de- Discovery, a pleasant Laxative
Pt rung is extensively used iu Oro.'l'().
tprtion within Gr'at Britian of ]larg'lodi"S !1 Tar Syrup. It
these cases.PERUNA. soothes the cough. / Guarantee to Satisfactorily Complete 4//
troops that otherwise would 'hecks the cold and
THE REUABU arts OW! Sores, Otter HeneCies Ksa't Cart !'I'e! sent to the Franco-Belgium i helps break up an :
front. attack of grippe. Its already CONTRACTS
FAMILY ie worst cars, no mat"r of bow long j prepared
'e cured by the! rondenul, old stand.ng'j I I no mixing or fussing. Just ask your J

REMEDY I I >rttr'i l'.utn-J Healing. OiL It I Iau Rub-My-Ti m-Antiseptis, Anodyne I druggist for a bottle of Dr. King's I 4 c 4 ;FLORIDA

F > .n.t llea =it the 3jne Ijrt, 25c JLOO. -KilU pain, stops putrefaction. age- --I((3)) L.FORD I


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I I I News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. Was!' Very Bad On Agricultural Class '

j; Crl i Live State 'ewsjI l ,;,\ gig ti from reference.The an following old It newspaper will-article no doubt laid was away be clipped o'f for interest o '7VYQ1Ir.i 1a

isxxzsszs sz6aszsasmsa usrszsrsaszsszszs ssrsa rs s : to OJI'padt.'r ,
s J say.The Sea-
Told by Our Exchanges. I ford illvl.t> Tribune. !H t
I "June of l<i a 4 .
L JIT. and desolation. was Corn a was month killed of tee in ; .

1 rEI,S.-Ll'e county's new J.-\C'KSO\\'JI.U-I1ere: is an in- August. Snow fell throughout: the JI

court house, at Frt Myer I which i j" resting item from the KansaCity summer. Blazing: tires and winter -,.., :
, row Hearing completion, will be formally Time: Thee: \\' South Vulcanizing wrap.- were a nel'l's"itTht' writer
" dedicated July 4th with appro- 'I: Work.-, Jacksonville Fla., T. I. :Morris i said 'all nature i ia sable hue: Men r .

priate exerdr-es, according to plans i manager, is in the market for fifty and women became frightened, and
now being made by the citizens of that .i jack rabbit.Florida not being the imagn.d that the (heat: of the sun had t.,'
city. 'I'' haunt, habitat! and native heath of the become exhausted.: Ministers took the PUT ONLY &CENTS
jack r.t.hit1\ : r. Morri ha.- written I phenomenon for the text of their sermon -
'I the Kansas City Commercial Club. ;-. JN OUR BANK 'i'.
ARCADIA.-T. II. lirown: a well ,
The letter has Keen referred in turn E.t I .Janua" of 181': vas mild, -o mild i
sidewalk contractor of this city ,
known for Punta GIrda. where he has to the cluh'.i "mo:>t active department that people allowed: their fires; to go l IMCRE/f ITWEEKLY i
left ," that of the industrial commissioner. out. A severe cold snap came In February .,
of the
appointed superintendent:
teen Anyone having fifty jack rabbit but soon !
lading of the eleven miles of sidewalks I passed away. March ,
which that progressive' little I !" or wishing;: to know what a vulcanizing had no unsually high temperature: but ,
works wants with jack rabbits : i I April was the advance guard of many YOU WLLfAVE
ordered I
city may communicate with :Mr. :\101'I E. P. TIIAGARD : strange freaks in temperature. May

ris. I OF !MARION Candidate COUNTY For I was a bitter disappointment Bud, QQ NEXT CHRISTMAS
T.UIP.\-O'1e dad, one fatally injured STATE COMPTROLLERIn came out I but so did the frost, and in '.

and five hurt, some seriouslyand ;: DELIAY.-That the new manag-e-I Your the Support Next Democratic Hill lie Appreciated.Pnmar). one night laid all vegetation in a blackened IF YOU JOIN BUR
others but slightly, was the toll
I waste. Corn killed
Paid AdviriiMimnt.UGH was and the
ment of the Del ray Canning Factory "'
of an automobile accident which occurred means business;: was: demonstrated I t fields had to be made ready for anotherplanting. CHRISTMAS BANKING CLUB
at Tampa recentlyhen a I CALOMEL MAKES Ice
of the thickness of
when, last Wednesday, just ten days
seven-passenger car containing three after taking possession of the plant, I YOU DEATHLY SICK half an inch formed on small streams. YOU CAN ALSO BEGIN WITH 2 CENTS THE FIRST

women pirning and the occupants four men beneath turned it.turtle, the first load of vegetables for deliveredMr. use in I surprise"J Ull.", to the the month oldest of inhabitants.roses: was Ice a WEEK OR 10 CENTS AND INCREASE YOUR DEPOSIT I i'I

I the. pickling Symmes,department the manager was, stated that : Stop Using Dangerous Drug and snow were common, almost: every THE SAME AMOUNT EACH WEEK. YOU WILL THEN

JACKSONVILLE: -Recent communications it was expected that about ten tons of I Before It Salivates You green thing was killed and fruit wa's HAVE NEXT CHRISTMAS ; 1"

: to chief F. C. Roach, of the local I vegetables would be required for the It's Horrible.You're nearly) all destroyed.: (One) day now ;
police deplI tn.ent, from Secretary first "batch of pickles. The productfor fell to the depth of three inches. 2-CENT CLUB PAYS $16.HO \

A. H. Roberts, of the State prison !I which they will be used will be the "July was accompanied by frost and 5-CENT CLUB PAYS m.OO

farm department at Tallahassee, point' mixed: pickle of which samples were bilious, sluggish, constipatedand ice. Indian corn was almost all des 10-CENT CLUB PAYS 82.00 .:

to the early adoption of the fingerprint !, distributed recently. The machinery believe you need: vile, dangerous troyed. J
indentificatkm system at the.: has been overhauled and it is stated ca.omel to start your liver and clean "August was even more cheerlessand I YOU CAN ALSO DEPOSIT EITHER 25 CENTS, 50

State farm at Raiford, with the ,view" by :Mr. Symmes to be in first class your bowels. the farmers doomed: to disappointment. CENTS OR SI OR $2 OR MORE EACH WEEK.
of protecting the State by the captureof condition for work. ; Here's my guarantee! Ask your Corn was so badly frozen thatit
escaped criminals and interceptingthe I druggist i for a 50 cent bottle of Dodt was cut for fodder. What little YOU WILL HAVE ALL OF THIS MONEY NEXT.

professional crook. t son's Liver Tone and take a spoonful corn ripened in the unexposed Stateswas CHRISTMAS. "
I WINTER: HAVEN.: Andrew: Beaz-
tonight. If it doesn't start your liver worth almost its own weight in 4,
ley of Savannah, aged 28 was
years I'
:\II.UII.-It is stated that within killed: one mile from Winter Haven I and straighten you right up better silver. Farmers were compelled! to COME IN..-WE WILL TELL YOU A3OUT IT. ]=
than calomel and without griping or use corn grown in 1815 for the seed
the next few days the Florida East when a Ford auto he was driving went used in COME IN AND GET A CHRISTMAS BANKING CLU B
making sick I want to they the spring planting of
railway will begin the work of you you go
Coast into of thecanals he has been
clearing: the company's Buena Vista ging one to connect Polk's lake s dig-I', back I to the store and get your mon IHl;. The send cost $"> a bushel. BOOK FREE.
"September came in }Bright and
property, near Miami, preparatory to turned over and crushed his life out. ey.Take
the erection thereon of the railroad Young Beazley was the son of the I calomel today and tomorrowyou warm and for two weeks the almost
shops. It is stated that it is the intention president of the Beazley Construction I will feel weak and sick and nau frozen people began to thaw out. It :'I BRADFORD COUNTY BANK t 4i
seated. Don't lose work. Takea was the mildest weather of the ,
of the company to begin workon of Savannah: and has been : a day's year
construction of the shops at once !company superintending cutting of a canal spoonful of harmless, vegetable Dod but on the 14);th of the month ice formed ,

and have them completed by the beginning between all of the 17 or 18 lakes that i iI i son's Liver Tone tonight and wake up a quarter of an inch thich. October : -
I, It's harmless and November were very told, but
of winter feeling great. perfectly -
next season.TRENTON.1'es I will be connected up so as to make a ,
it to children December turned out to be the warmest --
so give
your any I I
continuous waterway. It is presumedthat I
Hardee wishes he slowed down when crossingthe time. It can't salivate, 50 let them month of the year; bread stuffs I ,. I t
I were at unheard of prices and it was :
eat anything afterwards. ((11-1)cash. ) j
the: citizens to understand that the canal and his lights dimmed. He

closing; down of the electric lights on lost his way and got too near the I .-:Mr. \\V. P. Lewis sold-100-ha'd, impossible table use to, as obtain they were any vegetablesfor needed for .: fs i I.I I.I .i c

Friday last week during the play, wasa edge of the ;anal and the machine receiving for them about $lJiO,: and seed. Flour sold in the cities: for $13: _

mistake caused by wrong informa toppled O'f'r.I'EXS.COL.The. ( :Mr. A.V.. :Miller sold 2.:>0 head, receiving a barrel.! I II ft !- = Or..LMidIetou d
tion. :Mr. Hardee was told that the for them about $3,500.: These I I :

play was over and the people all gone KUth Companycoast cattle will be shipped to a big cattleman WEST FLORIDA FARMERS (IRG.1.N :I! I I L 'i

and so he shut down. Mr: Hardee artillery corps, came to Pensa- in Texas. From this point the IZE. i, 4ii-t4 : j'd.. -

assures the public that he is always cola May 2 from Jackson Barracks, I cattle will be shipped to Dothan, Ala.. : ; 4e. i
ready to keep the lights on as lateas :New Orleans, to engage in target where they will be dipped and held in $
possible for entertainments. practice. The artillery men will remain quarantine( for seven days. From West Florida farmers are cooperating ; ; Our Next j
more than ever this Several : .' .
here for about two weeks to engage there they will start on their journey I ,
I cooperative organizations have .
PALM BEACH.-The actual work in their annual practice with the accompanied: by 100, head of cattle I'
been effected this spring for various
on the constructior. of the seawall at ten-inch disappearing guns guns at bought in Perry by :Messrs. Kimball I I.I I.I
E. S. Pace district
Palm Beach commenced recently when Fort Picken Target practice with and Bush. Before the cattle enter purposes agentfOl' H / ;
the University of Florida extension
i! two of the keypile and a portion of the big guns' cannot be held at New Orleans Texas they will be Flopped and unloaded ..1 Division, reports that farmers- s: !; __ i
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I panel was placed in the extreme southern on account of lack of range and and dipped again. Senator
around Telogia:: in Liberty county ,
stationed there sent toPensacola -
section of the seawall. The workis the men are iI
GA; !NESVILLE.-Ignorance: : : of the, have organized for buying fertilizers r
Davidson i for heavy firing.Target I
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being performed by every year Ii
rules of evidence and court procedurein and other: supplies. They also in- ;d i ,
such is carried
& Company of Kansas City, who wel'pthl' practice as I
I general: resulted! in Samuel Johnson,, I tend to meet regularly to discuss! common '
successful bidders at the second at Fort Pickens could not be held atNew ,
letting of the contract. The contractors : Orleans it i is said, without shooting alias "Key West," a darkey who was I problems. Dv {
thargrd with larceny of a pair ol Quincy has a cantaloupe club, !
expect to progress rapidly from up much of the adjacent territoryai.d I ,
which will control about loll( ,
acres. I
I pants from Joe Carter, also ,
lives and
this time until completed.EUSTIS.Coder endangering property. 1
,,- iriiiK himself of that unworthysuspicion Shipments: will be, made from Gretna i-tI Advert's'Tneiu. !
1\0 company will be sent heir to replace ; I : '
according to the (.acl' which left but causedhim to incriminate : Hr
; the Ith; company, - ---- -- .
a recent bond! issue himself to such an extent that it I Tim(' A swvet potato growers'-
; for the canal.one this week, it N an
the F.ustis city council last week I llI'iation has been formed at Bonifay. I "
I nounced.JASPER I.i I. will require $:>0 and costs of prosecution -
awarded contracts for .seventy blocksof or sixty day labor to t-xtricatf', i Those farmers have bought draws together .

municipal implements, street him. Sam was arrested\ by OilicetPerry I, and plan to plant at the sametime
paving, sanitary al'llt01'1I1 ('\\'l'rs. i ; : -,If nothing unfor.seen happens on complaint of Cartl'ho declared ; so that they can ship together.: :f tI
Ti'e streets will be constructed of as- to delay the opening: the whi.-tlos that Sam took possession of his. Farmers near Green.-boro' are: buying Short Term Investments

phaltic concrete on concrete base in : tithe cypress\ : mill of the Hunter Lumber breeches without permission and without ., Ueed.and ( cooperatively. I .
the business section and -and-a. phalton Company will l blow l bright and any sort re-numeration.. Thr, i At Sinta }Rosa in the southern part I
macadam base! in the residence early Monday morning! for work and case came on for( hearing \before .Jud!!.', i i of Walton' county farmers hate: formed There are often times when an individu&;desires to

!section. This will complete t hi l.tYI'P this new industry will begin the workof Clark Municipal: Court Friday. San;I the Santa Rosa}; GrowerA.socia- invest funds on hand which must ''be immediately V
miles of asphalt road! in and around turning over ::onnO,0Mi i! feet of cypre.s -xpIairifd that ho got the pants, but | tion. They had an excellent fanners'

Eustis and! :Mt. I Dora.JACKSONYIL1.LVI. timber into shingles' and laths. that he- paid for the -anie with a puck,, :Institute recently. They ;plan to buy available! however should :emergency It

For month.past the millwrights: and ;-t knife, a sweater and a half-pint of t-(''eds.: grourd linio>toH, fetljliers.'and arise. :J

(): : ,. I II. :McLain carpenters and machinists have been whiskey. It written in the sated: I' otlvr supplies! cooponiti' ely.'fhey.

and R. N. Dickman.: Augustine; l I.II-y getting th" machinery and plantin that govern this section that whi.kfjis \ \jhavo a meeting each week and I practically To provide profitable employment for sich( money,
R. E. Chandler and E. R.: Flint Cainesville ; readines.for, the opening Monday: i not iiigotiable v in Gainesville; ', every fal'ml'tn the vicinity i
; and C. Hammutt: Jacksonville morning. The mill is now completed Alachua county, and when Johnson realized i is member.. The Bank of Starke issues Time Certificates in

have been appointed! as associate meniInrs i j except for one or two minor details! : this he declared: "Well, now \ Several West Florida! counties have ; practically desried amount. f fIf
of the navy consulting board of( that will bo finished! by Monday: morning I sho' is don' ruint nvself.." Incited! to eridict.te the cattle tick. any -
the United! States. Their duties will : if nothing delays the t ran.- '.OUt- Each: county has a director who i.-i.representative
occasion demands they readiiy negotiable by
tion of few of machinery of the West Florida .
be to make an inn'ntoof all available : a parts IEl.IOl'I\I--11I'\ilf; : ; Joe Brawn: I
resources in Florid',1 which couldbe :Steam has been up in the boilers the acted as master of ceremonies at .th'I association and who i is:: chairman ol f I endorsement. If allowed to mature the princi-

mobilized for war purposes, in care engines! have been tested and a few crematinn of about SMto worth of ti>h- I the local as.-ociations in his countyIn ,
of necessity. A similar! number of :. y..llopint.. logs hate been cut to test ing nets which he had captured.\, I I Escambia l'ounlthf' tick organ. pal plus a liberal rate of interest is pjiid prompt

men, with identical duties, has been out the mill preparatory for the tart l'ral'C'k... a 111.mon the audience'I nation forms a local branch of th. I Iy. _

appointed from, each .
Union. -- from up and down the river: and, it Idle dollars are unprofitable servants. Set yours to
happened the State fish (
(;I EE'o1'One: : institution: in .so work interest at 4 pet cent.
TUII'hulC'tin! from the United our little city which has Iw''i\'f'cll1.ith. sioner who WLIor his regular cruise' There is only one way to have ;l today earning : .

States; Department, of Agriculture er the publicity or the appreciation it down the river arrived in time to''' clear, healthy complexion and hat ii i-ito ; .
shows is the maintained watch the flams satisfy the demands: keep the bowel : active and regular
Florida in third! place among d'-erves. public library
the States of the South: in the acreage by the Village Improvement of the law. It Mvms a shame to burn II)!'. King'1.1.Liff' Pillwill make BANK of STARKE

cf potatoes for the year I:I)lti.; Florida I .h I'l'iatitln. The home of the libraryis up valuable property' but !some people your complexion healthy and ,dear: r

is excelled! only \by Virginia and Textt-. i in the \handsome 1'. I. A. Club, will persist in violating the laws ,.f move the bowels gently, stimulate th '.

The Florida acreage: for I'.Mii:+ I i is 1.*'.- completed a littleover a year ago, and the state, even though: they are well liver cleanse the system and purifi

1i:"+;. an increase of S.'JO per cent overIJ'13. located in theeiy heart of Green; aware of the coincidences! to follow. the blod.! A splendid spring; medn-'pu' STARKE FLA '
: Virginia decreased in acreage Cove :Springs. From time to time ilurimr However, wh"n ncwill JO out and "'""'. at your D''uiris i ; C'' I t

from 101: :: to l lU I '.. more than twenty : the many years of existence the knowingly destroy thousands of dollars -

per cent. A few years airo. Floridawas Village: I mpnwt1l'nt"l': atinn has worth of young fi.-h during th'- You get a'l the important national;
not known as a potato State. interested itself in various efforts fill closed: season, in order that they may state, county news in the Telegraph _
Now it i i.c rapidly reaching tho top) of the goo.! of th.' town its sanitary improvement profit thereby temporarily, are not entitled
the list in this important and! profit beautification: and the general to a treat! deal of sympathythe II O
able branch I but itI part of the general public. Tit .
of atrricnlture.ST. moral and literary uplift,
has never lost sight of its! library burning of those: nets may have aa' T TCall Ti
work and today through: the efforts utary etfoct on those who have not I"<" -
PETERSI5UR0ily: ; the luck siilored' seriously the new laws enacted!
of of this splendid! organization: : of pro WHEN IN STARKE
being: thrown clear of the wreckage trressive! and er.thu.-ia.-tio ladit-s.; Giver i I to protect the fishing! industry of the
saved C. C. rhapin serious injury or
Cove has one of the finest public li- state. ;
possible Ilt'ath't'"tt''Ja\' afternoon i -. -_.- -. i
i: lu aries in Florida and it is i -
when! his automobile became entangledin 1 I I improving.; constantly A flOOI; ) rml.YYlU; : '. i around and look over my line of Hardware. Farming Implements
wire on Euclid avenue and was : Can be made by mixing Pine-Tar.
thrown turtle onto the track: of theTZt. i Aconite: Sugar lIyost' -amu", Sassafras of all descriptions carried in stock. My line of Tools, Plows and Cultiva-

Petersburg: : ; & Gulf; Street RailwayCompany. i: J.SI'En.Two cattle deals were Peppermint, Ipecac Rhubarb. tors of different styles including Disc, Shovel Tooth, Straight Tooth, r
Luckperns M have favored made this week in Jasper that gives Mandrake Capsicum, :Muriate Ammonia many i
the unfortunate man further in an j I -ome idea of the rapid increase in theI Hoffey and Glycerine. It ih pleasant Spring Tooth and Combination Disc and Shovel Tooth, is complete.I .

approaching car having had t just before the accident occurred. The '! Bush;: of Georgia, who are buying cat ,, phlegm, ar.d gives almost:: instant re sell the famous Webber Wagons, Mowing Machines,

motorman Pays but for this he probably 'I tie to re-stock the ranges of Texas, lief. For convenience of those who Stoves Ranges Enamel
Gasoline Engines
would have crashed into the auto- j I paid nearly $3,000 for SoO; head of prefer not to fuss, it is supplied ready Rakes, Hay Presses, ,

mobile. As nearly as could be ascertained (j range cattle in Jasper Monday. The 'I made in 25c. bottles under name of Ware and Tinware.

a property owner had been repairing ; cattle were bought right: off the range : Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-IIoney. Can be
: his fences and left the wiresin and the total number included steers, had at your druggist. Insist on getting
the road. Mr. Chapin did not seethe bull=. ('owand
wires till he was entangled in them they came. These cattle had not see that the formula is on the pack- \ y
and then before he could top his ma- been dipped nor pastured. The exact New Discovery. Tested and tried for .

ihine it was tripped. sum; the CoO; head brought was $4,850 over 40 years. ((3)) : --


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I I ers that perpetrate such abominable -I LAWTEY ITEMS. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. I respectfully! solSA:"t your import :
expressions as "between you and I" i jp SERGEANT than inch in lengtn (i2 1 ocratie pnmary .June 6th. I r'l'OlItae at the if
Bradford taty Telegraph from I I Cards not more one to serve the Pt<}.e at the law .
1 j They don't know a preposition j Death of Little GirL wonlsl will be published under this beading J. H.array .
metaphor from a I from date of receipt until the prinary election lIooRl.
-- a conjunction nor a The sad and untimely death of little in June for !5. A proportionate additional I hereby acntcC.-myself

Local and Long Distance Phone hor -rack. I I GIVES OUT FACTSINHISSTATEMENT Carrie Esther, 6-year-old daughter of charge will be made for additional space, fractional re-election to the;iffie* of Cotll7 u a gtlddW:::."'.
Some of them take up stenography \ Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Blanchard, which part of an inch being counted aa an er for Ifutnct "s. 3 I R&iord tad *i
I' Number 40 inch. Announcement fees are payable in ad- subject to tie art'>,o c.f the
I _____ and type-witir.g, and are recommended occurred at their home at Lawtey lastFriday lance and this rule will not be varied. If elf'Ctrd 1 aria: lit all tim+democrat e pork J::- _-- -- ; by their teachers and friends as evening at 6:30 o'clock. She -- rarest of the peep of Bradford niS t .;

r Published weekly, and entered as, i j, thoro'uphly competent; but. when giv- J got a large rotten wood splinter in her I respectfully FOR CLERK announce CIRCUIT my COURT.candidacy for : ST.. DOWLI, G.

second class matter at the post.officeat !I en position in an office .or a store, left foot about ten days previous to the office of Clerk of the Circut Court of I FOR COMMITSIOXER
they perpetrate such atrocities the her death. Thy physicians done all Bradfordi County and solicit your support at I hereby DISTRICT Vft:i.
Starke, Florida. English would disgracethe they could but of no avail, the deadly the primary election to be held on the 6th day I I re-election to anno-rce the office'of myself a e&lIdidalt /...
j -- =: language as SERGEANT PONDER OF POLICE poison had taken effect and lockjawiwas I of June 116. I am encouraged to enter this 'sicner for dL-trjt No. 4 Cooaty ''
: E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner proprietor of street-corner peanut the result. I race by the flattering vote received by me at the dut:... < f the office Clarice).
I FORCE WAS IN BADLY I the last election, at which time I withdrew WE're new foe III
| have tried I
| stand. i to si.e! the best
fl. E. L.GERGRE.usomte Editor j! The little darling was the sunlight; i from the second primary in order to preserve I d trict and the inter'elta of IIf
:' For the Lord's sake: can't we hancorrt'Ct RUN DOWN CONDITION. : of her borne and a favorite among her harmony in the party as well u the proffered e experience I hah| county had I at feel large W!
.-.-- -- -" tanjrht Li public I support of friends who were otherwise olli- that I eq !
English ,
our 1 little playmates because of her sweet I better service ir the future and if gR
fated during that campaign. Those harm rtt
1! St. Augustine now has three newspapers schools Why not have at least one TANLAC OVERCOMES HIS and lovable disposition. She has gone '' business with the office will if I am elected I shall certain!? Always strive to do .
whose and .with the angels in the Great I I attention and considera- best for all corjc.med. On thu buJ l
the last to appear being a teacher selected special TROUBLES. i i Beyond given courteous ;' licit the votes of the democrats I '
Tom W. Jutwould be teach English where there i is no more sorrow or pain. i titn The recoris under my personal care of the dish
; morning paper, edited by sole to (i ; and supmiiion shall ever be open to inspection J. L. UNDERmtr..
i Dans. It is a newsy paper named the spelling: grammar, composition andrhetork.Punta '' The funeral services were held at by the tuW.c Respectfully. 1 I
If there is a man in Jacksonville'who the Methodist church Saturday morning H. C. RICHARD. I hereby tr.Df.J?ce jrysrif: a candidate
Though the field should 1 Gorda Herald. County fry
Democrat. Conim.-'i'.aer
is universially known and likedit at 9 o'clock, Rev. T. B. Lawrence Starkei for lltr.ct V
the a- ""Ii. I: 'he the'tetJ
well covered by iuprrt
be considered I her myself candidate for of
as i ly announce a
- is Willis Ponder the well known officiating, and the interment was i in' 'of the di.-trit f
shows v-e'.ection:: to the office of Clerk; of the Circuit P'Otlliae
the Democrat an
old papers, Eliam cemetery at Melrose in the af- discharge the dauof the off ee to 5
police sergeant. Sergeant Ponder has Court. subject to the action of the Democratic f the beat
; abundant advertising patronage_ i U*n a member of the Jaeksont'illpolice 'i! ternoon.i Party at the primary election to be held June i my ability. M. M. CRIFF.
f A giddy girl in San Francisco dreamed !!': I ,, 5th.; 1916. Pledging to the people of Bradford '
WILL EDITORS EAT force for thirteen )-ears. His county courteous, prompt and careful attention FORCOMIS'.iNERDISTRICt'to
hero lover the hero fail- I I
of and hereby
a \ splendid record for efficiency and i i 'arnadoe-Robert*. to the biL-mess of the office. I respectfully to- ar.O"l! myself a candidau fit
urn-j County Comrniscier
show she manufactured !\ of In tnct
ir.g to i their Iio.
up, one .ic t support.
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form courtesy to the public have won I The home of :Mr. and Mrs. G. \V.j W. T. WEEKS. Bro<> Editors of weekly rt"Ws. equal to all demands. She simply im- i! toIicit
country j the support tt the \oters
Carter at
.1 i for him a host of friends ar.d he is of Lawtev was the scene of a the dt'IIOeratIt
papers are literally between the deli 1 1 agir.ed she had a lover. He was a. 1 quiet home wedding Thursday after FOR REPRESENTATIVE -GROUP 0\F primary to th: 0 on June (th, and 'rGIIit
highly ar.d wen 1 if ek-cttd '
respected liked all to co
by duty Juch
ar.d the deep blue sea. With pnr.t millionaire, of ,good appearance. bore I i: who know him. noon of last week when their niece. To ty.the Florida'-mocratic Hectors of Bradford Coun .ai B. SUEEEXCT.mmi&lA. -

paper so high that the bare white-- a romantic name and had all the bnl-1 I Miss Effie Roberts was led to the altar I hereby announce myself a candidate in

or .lJow-paper costs more than the: 1 liant qualities a hero should have. i j Although a man who has ordinarily by Mr. M. Warren Varr.adoe, ofJacksonville. OHOL'P ONE. for re-rtmination for the office I hereby ar no-rc myself a candidate; fa.
j. enjoyed very good health, Sergeant c.f Representative of Bradford County Florida iubject Cour.ty C<.mrisPn r of Dunct si
for his paper-if She tender love letters here .
subscriber wrote to lUmpton
pays r'JOI0 and New J
j Ponder has bevn to the action of the democratic primary Pjver), and
pays at all-and the revenue falling self signed by her lover, and showed a great sufferer cf The bride wa= born and ha;?: live to be hell in June la 1 e. sikCtup;! solititv support of the democBi

:Y off because of the increased cost of them to her friends and and kidney trouble and other disorder ,. here nearly her whole short life in thr I rest' ctfusly: solicit the support of a'l dem- voters in the pn-rir to be cell on Jaw its
parents In describing his trouble and his fail- Wateroak section, and her, manyfriend" erratic electors; and promise if nominated d and faithful.y: peruse if elected to do m? dab
commodities, it looks like there will 1 i in due time she wrote a letter of propoal '; there in the elected: tu faithfjliy! discharge the duties ano{ &= such c.fImi..i.F't! : and tout all nsj ettotp
ure heretofore relief Lawtey wish IB continuing to JCt.- the
get Sergeant office. JOE HILL WILLIAMS.f ; *
ire county convicti
be a time limIt even on his eating. and accepted and the time for w *
( Ponder said: happy couple a long life of happiness! :h re ads.: J. E. ADKINS.
l There are people who seem surprised the wedding was fixed. Her friends ;;! and prosperity. They will be at hom f fi I hereby announce myself a candidate in ,

any way when they learn tha pave linen showers for her and her i "I have always been what YOUrr.ight to their friends at Grand Crossing Croup One for representative in the State ,' I wish .to arno'r.ce to the c.tiwn& of (V.
consider Legislature subject to the action cf the m>'iocer' [l1.-trim No. 5: that I am a [ I
an editor eats, and: to them the cessation father pave her money for her tros- a healthy man, and in the democratic primary eleition to be held II I' dare for County Cimmi&sioner :n and for qnd IIId

of that exquisite practice will seau. i:, enjoyed very good health up until a I Dr. Turner will be in Starke Saturday I on June 6th. I promise if elected to give careI I dktnct subject: to the action of the denxxnt ,, :"W'

not seem so strange. But when the But the only romantic: marriage i is ; few months ago, when I began to i j and Sunday of each week prepay j ful attention to the duties of the office and to ,1 promise primary: to eiectun faihf jjy*f; June duchamthe 6th If elected! 1' &..
use my utmost endeavors to act for the bestinterests duties rf *t:
editor quits (eating his wife -if he has ;' by elopement, and the girl eloped withy have; severe pains across my back, in j ji l Jed ll to serve you, if in need of der.ta1I cf all concerned. tne office with the:\iew ef servjig the bat b.tereita :

one-and his children-if he has an her dream lover to Colorado Springs ;j"i region of my kidneys, and I have |I services 4-28-tf. DF.. MCDONALD, i, Co! ail ton rntod.JAMES '3 j

-will have eating ar.dmaybe t where married o I r.ot been in good spate strict. At first REYNOLDS Jg
to quit too they were and had n I 1 dt.1 I ?5
tae this method of announcing to the
she has been doubt I1} thought nothing of the trouble but : I hereby announce myself a candidate far :V4
not brought up a most delightful honeymoon. I KANT.E DEMONSTRATION. uens of Bradford, county that I am a candi.1 the office of Count Comm'setorter -

that waIf she came out of a faro i ISly alas, no bliss is permanent and 1 IJt kept getting! worse until finally I I The annual i I i date for Reprt-r.tat.ve in Group I. a: :t tnct No. S. Fltm.pnn. If elected I for win Da w -
demonstration of to the action i.f the primary election to beheld
that depended some otherII 1 the tired of got to where it was really hard for my best. effort t"t| herve my district and tit '
I upon ; girl got married life. | the Famous South Bend Malleabk on June 6th. If I am honored with rite '

{II pursuit or profession, plumbing of i j de r the circumstances there was en-I'jmc to remain on duty and seemed Range started ;yesterday at DeWitt C I tion I promise; to serve you W.faithfully.G. SEALS. I' cousty at lanre dictatrt.:n *.vrry end way therefore economy ask and bfrprovement far-

bricklaying, for instance, it will go; 1 j trouble getting rid of her husband in ;|, tired and played out all the time andI Jones Hardware Store. The demonstration -- your support at U.- coming pnmary.

1 hard with her to give up this habit of ]li! way befitting a hero. She could realized that my strength and energy will last till next Thursdav ;I FOR REPRESENTATIVE- TWO. I H. D. MAY.
I I I hereby myself candidate i in
announce a
eating. j, have killed him by letting his out wa fast leaving me. afternoon. Every person is invited tr I GROUP TWO for nomination for the office of FOR SHERIFF. I

The job office isn't going to help 1'mobile turn turtle and crush him or "My system seemed to be out of attend this demonstration and have r Representative in the Legislature: from Bradford I hereby annou re myself a candidate for .
1 I cup of coffee and a hot roll, while r county subject to the action of the Dam re-election to the iff.ce of Sheriff of Bradford
the manager of the small paper very ; by letting him tumble down Pik* shape! also, and my appitite failed me. I have d
.- t r factory salesman shows them the dif ocratic primary election to be held on June county. >inng my entumbeDcy .. ,
much. Usually he has been carrying j j Peak, but that would have been too l i felt very weak and could not sleep:: j| ferent advantages of the famous 6th, 1S16. I respectfully solicit the support of deavored to faithfully discharge my duties w

the same old prices while cost of stock; commonplace. The king of England I tat nights. i Coffee and rolls will be rang'I alloters: at taid Democratic primary and i sheriff, and here that my work has met tie
I served fro r promise a faithful discharge of my duty if I j i i approval of the ptiiili to the extent that I cu ; .
. : gradually crept up until now there are recently fell! off his horse and pot l I "I never did have much faith in ,, 2 o'clock to 5 o'clock p. m. They wil1I am honored with nomination and election. i I I hope for a goo.) i-ji'port at the caning pn- ;,

plants where the tctual cost of paper, hurt, and it gave her the cue. She proprietary medicines, but after hear- 'I look for everybody to be there. A. S. CREWS. mary. If re-elerted J promise as good service ;'.
I I as hitherto and wi!,; -nd avor to do tatter '
I : ink and press rent i is not returned to shim a telegram to her father telling i lug so much about Tanlac and thegood j I To the Democratic. I'S of Bradford County : wherefore 1 resefully solicit your rapport yet : t

on a job of printing. There's no that her husband had been killed by ; it was doir.gin Jacksonville, 11 j' Dry goods, notions furnishing* I hertty, announce myelf! a candidate: for : S. B. DENMARK.T ; .
: clothing! shoe, etc., at cost. I I. Representative in the le !..ature of Florida in i,
eating there.There J a fall from his horse: but inquirie 1 bought a bottle ar.d began taking it. argoirg .
; Group Two. and r< peufusolicit!! the supportof I > ito announce to the citizeni of Bradi'!
is a remedy-it's bacwor.e.Tle about the matter resulted in the in- It helped me from the first few doses; out business and am closinr I the voters in the coming pr.mary to be I ford. county that I \m a candidate for Shenf. !l,
t who the of out mv stock. Here: is YOur oppor |i ituiity held June flh. 191!. I p-omh-e. if dectej. to I, .!t.;.ct to the ac: e'i of the democratic primary
prir.ts a: price that no'l.
formation the
man ar.d after ,
r.o person by name taking two bottles 1
for bargain*. :M. I.viton. I! gee careful attent,on to the dutus of the d-I election; to be heal 1G June 6th. I respectfully
year before las: i.-n't going; to eat }had lf-n in Colorado Springs ar.d that i i can; truthfully say that it is the best '' See to the best .nurtst '.f the j -'r.l" I .tlicit -upport-f a:1oter! at the laid

off the proceed-Lft-sfc-arg eorr.ir.ert.o ore had been killed in the manre medicine' I have ever taken and the a new man. Tarla1 i* certainly in r I. E.'-L.- CROSBY.- -:- I i I1..jti nmary*< of and the pn off.ce.mi I if a I faithful am elp"t discharge d. of the

(' :!.l. i iWASTEFUL indicated. The girl was then brought relief it has given me has been simply class by itself) and I am recamme!.dir. FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT. i W. J. EITERSOX.

HORSE-KEEPING 'j home and she confessed that hero 1 wod<-rid. It seemed to be just: : it to my friend,* right alone." I for I the rerec'ful'y nffiee! :cf announce SujxrifitemJer.t myself of a Schools candidate of'.1!!: FOK'-" SENATOR- ----

1 courtship, marriage andidowhood the! very thing I needed to tone upmy i Tanlac i is sold exclusively Stark I Bradford county. and solicit! your support in i i| I l.rtLy anncurSe myst!? a candidate for

had only existed in her imagination system. The pains in my backhave bv C. P. Ca<:on: in L'lke'BJtJ 1"1 I the primary election to be held: f>n the 6th ffJune. l :State" Senator f-t.ci the Fiftef-ith Senatorial
A manufacturer of farm tractors J ]Had the r l! Ii. pledging m>-r.! if electid. tofa'thf I I>i-mct (;r..d.'ord Bounty'. fob -ct to the will
leer she left
girl poor would me entirely and all oWtirr.p 1 TomlinonIainps
of the
my Drag Co.: in Hampton jlly! discharge my duties. dtmocratic Mrs as expressed at \heI.rur.ary
has issued a pan.htcomparir:1: ; the ]have: tftn termed a hussy and heratler ; f-nt-rgy has returned. by the IHrr.pton Pharmacy i iI O. L. MI7.ELL[ election tbe held on June 6th. I

cost of a tractor power with that of ;! would have been expected too "When I awake in the morning : L'lwtLy the Cash resrctfuy!! solicit te tun-.rt of the voter
Drug Store: i i' I tenbp: ar.T'.i>unce my.f a candidate for j lot said nmary ai J promise n-> fateful at-
: horse power. He, of cour.-e. wants give her a good spanking, but as her feel! refreshed, for I can sll't.'p.Iy Raiford IIth Weaver Dole (bowl I the office cf County Superintendent of Public l i tenticn to the du-irs > f the offic, if I am ekctled. .

i I sell his machines and neglects no opportunity : parents were well-to-do the doctor appetite is also good, and my f I and in Worthintrton by R. T. Taynl j Instruction subject to the action of the dera- I l A. D. ANDREWS.\
I ocratic primal election to be held June j! -- ,
for puttingth<:m in a goodlight said she suffered from agrc'esith on '1 .
' ; "paranoia, me. That tired feelinp '.'
W. To the
--t l:: L Blair, Providence, FJa.-Ad\'er I fth.I respectfully solicit the sarpcrtof Democratic !<.r- of Bra !ford Connty:
and the horse in the shade, but ,and are probably drawing big fees : has left me, and I tell you I feel like i tisement. f I the voters at said primary. I I I batty annoincT.y candii-acy for State

that some of his assertions are true curing h I |! promise you a fai'.hful l irformanc,: of my duty.ur.JHCtlUIly. .
no one familiar with farming will dis: -Pleasures of Imagination" he did.'not ; ---- -- -- hereby announce myself a candidate for .

know how elastic that faculty :' the office of County Superintendent of Pub. I IR W. E. UD LETOX.

I I pute.He says that a farm horse is idle really is. A lively imagination ishat i p democratic lic Instruction primary subject on June to the 6th.action 1J16. of Pledrf-the MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD WST. XO. 1

: three fourth of the time, also t r.ota scarce article and why not in, to the people prompt, courteous and care. I take this rmthol to thank the voter .f

: one-fourth of what is grown with theI make use of it in a practical way- ful respectfully dispatch! solicit of their the business support if of elected.the! voters I have Bradford manifestedowd county fir the me conSdtr.ce in reflecting that they me

I help of the horse goes to feed him. making it earn its keep, as it were at said primary. E. R. POPPELL.I j I to the office of Mem-. r of the School Board

This is not only true, but things are Thus the delinquent subscriber may ClosingSale t for nine terms in succession and at the continued -
i hereby announce myself for reelection to ,i solicitation ('! many of my friends I an-
!. really worse in Florida, than in thegreat imagine that he has paid up in ad- the office of County Superintendent of Schools flounce mjself JL- % candidate f.'r reckct.ou.!

I grain raising states. It"we vance, and we might cheer ourselves of Bradford county and respectfully solicit subject I to she primary election in June and "
your votes in the June primary. If refer my part nerd as an evidence u to
II consider that only one horse is generally believing that we have collected bad will: endeavor to hold and increase the elected IJ 1,I what will be my esrfc.rt efforts in school matters 1
used in the wagon and the plow% I debt When the dull season comes growth of our schools in results and benefits in the future L. W. KICKL1TER. 1

each horse requiring a separate drIt ivwe might imagine that to the children of the county. I .i.iI
: hiber- To the
r we are f. G. SCHEI.L. Voter Th. friends of J. C. McRaehfvly '
I. er, the waste is still more striking! I natir.g animals and go to sleep till it Out ------- I announce him a ear.diiiV for MemberSchool :
Yet it is hard to FOR TAX COLLECTOR. Beard. D-ftno" No. 1 .>Urne subjectto :
t point out a remedy, is over. We may imagine that we kill I hereby the primary el.-cW.-n. June 6. Itlt i
at least for the small farmer. In the announce myself! a candidate for .. .
our enemies and that we are million- re-el.-ction for the office of Tax Co.lector for I
grain growing sections of the country, aire The lovelorn lass may imagine Bradford county, subject to the action of the To MEMBER the Vot..ri-I SCHOOL HOARD DIST. NO. 2 j

whore level cultivation is practicedand that her wedding close at hand, the Democratic if Reeled fnmary to give of the June office 6. 1316. time and promise and- n-cy for member cf hereby the Board announce of Publu my cand lattruction ;

much of the farm power is usedin bald-headed man that the last application the people my servcie. Rtspectful'.y my: nomination from of the DstrKt No. 2. If sv.lject successful to the I ,

pulling harvesting machines, the of hair tonic did the trick and -B. M. DOWLI G. :.rimL-e to Use my very primary.best .ieru to advance

tractor can fill the bill and at a muchsmaller the candidate that he i is elected, while I take; this method of announcing: to the Your the cause of education in Bradford county.
.L citizens support is re{ fU:1y so .cited.X. .
of Bradford
cost than the horse but in county that I
; the henpecked man may strut aroundis for the office of am a candidate E. ROBERTS.I .
County Tax
this state, where ridge cultivation believing that he is the boss of the subject to the will of the voters at Collator the dem I ..-
used and the farms are mostly small, ocratic primary to be held on June 6th. to say to the voters cf Bradford
t family. In fact there is no end to the manbig this In i county that I am a cvididate for re-election
t the machine cannot, at least as it is at things we may imagine and by using ord as treasurer announcement of the I refer to my rec as a member of the It...and of Public Instruction;
county and
i made the horse the same careful promise for Distinct No. J, and if elected I prom_
present supplant On' the facuItof imagination we attention to the office of collector fa-thful
maya service
't. if I am honored with election. to one and all and I respectfully -
_- farms where two or more horses e i procure happiness for "less than cost." G. W. HAZE solicit your support at the coming primary
kept the work should be planned so; I j of June me. Thanking you for past
i I i I I am going out of business and I I hereby announce myself I favors. J. E. DOUGLASS.
that two-horse teams be: used as mI uchi UNLUCKY: FAKERS.'d the office of Tax Collector of a candidate for j

I as possible thus saving the expense i ty. subject to Democratic Primary Bradford of coun June I MEMBER SCHOOlI. BOARD DIST. NO. J

of extra drivers. To reduce the f i j 6th. ISIS, and solicit the support of the Demo I hereby announcemyself a candidate for
i Two end-of-the-eason fakers ar- am offering my entire stock of goods crats voters J. VERNOX JONES. reflection as Member cf the School Board for
, bill every farmer should have a good :, rived in Starke Monday. They soldurn -- I I.I District No. 3, subject to the action of the
l permanent pasture on which to this J face FOR COUNTY JUDGE. deinnrratic primary election to be held OD
i powder at SI a can, though they at cost. I hereby announce myself June 6th. I respextf.Uy solicit the support 01
as a candidate
horses when idle. I told a citizen in confidence that the : for re-election to the office of County Judge the voters at said pr.mary election.

a A kerosene tractor is a very useful i i material only cost them four cents per i! of the Bradford county subject to the action of ,. CHESLEY FOGG.

thing in a community for heavy hauling 1-1! can. They did brisk Democratic primary June 6th. 1S16.\ and I hereby -
i a trade, however, promise if elected to give the !i announce myself a candidate tar
same daily!
: and certain kinds of work, such | ar.d Chief Kite kept tab on their sales.J tention to the duties of the office in the fa-at- ,! the trlice of Member cf the Board .>! Public In-
J ture as in the ttn.ction for D str.ct N'". 3, subjei-t to the atun >
as breaking up of new land, preparing j;' When these had reached $2.). he ar- j -I" '1'! pact.CEO. A. GARDINER. of the coming puraery. If eiccud I prosmue ,

grounds for oats and planting it, pulling 1- rested the fakers and brought them. 'i- 'f' conscientious, service in the interest of !
l' timber out of etc. Owners rThe I heitty announce myse'f err county and ttw d'n:t. and therefore to-
swamps, before a candidate
i Mayor Hoover, where they were the office of County Judge and for ;ten sour support Ettpectfully.i :
of such machines will find plenty !j fined so much that they only had the support of the voters at respectfully the solicit i' { B\ B. Pl.VHOLSTER. j'

of work and those who hire them will left enough of funds to pay their fare stock is all good clean mer- believe r mary I election did to be held on Jute demucrat.c 6th. I' FOR T.;X-"SSES OR. --_ t
i find it to their advantage to do my duty when I herd the office To the
so. I to Jacksonville and they were considerately before. If I am elected acam I shall e.tizena cf B-J ford County :- :
: r.ororabV: give an I rtpre-s my sine---* gratitude and 1
ii EXECRABLE ENGLISH. j shown the way to that city. chandise and consists of Dry Goods duties of the and office.conscientious T.discharge J. of the for the very Kind: concidridlion appieciaticn given
jI ---- --- me in the past and .. licit your cordial sup-
ji I FOR -- port in the forthrom--\K 6VmocraiC primary
There is i i NEARLY .\ MISHAP. I hereby announce DIST. NO. 1. election for the office if County Usessor of
something decidedly I Shoes that I
wrong Men's am a
and candidate fa\e
; Boys' Pants. County Omimiat for Should I afgju be ..I..ct..d you will
in school that J over D>trict No. 1. I'ro- alwavs: .
a system permits a boy j, uiirrce and Palestine voting me on the job. ready to give the1.t
I. to reach the eighth grade with no idea Saturday afternoon, when the Cedar to..t1y solicit: the support of the rrecmcts.voters cf I ear trie !'t'\Ice of .. hich { am eayabliV
l of proper capitalization and punctuation Key train left the d-pot. Robert Cow-- d-tnct.duties cf pledging the: clT.Ce to if faithfully:! dichare it r N.f t.y.W.\I ,WRIGHT.
e 'cted
in his letter writi--,C' tad: per.-1 j art who was going to Hawthorne. J. J.
.. tlr ELACKWFLPF.R. I henbv anr.ounc mri.!1f cindi ate for the
man 'hip is often the result of clumsy was left behind and sprinted his best _a esC I hereby announce ''' drat nf IaHH'or }f Braifurd t aunty sub-

hands, but the plain "rules., of s en- '.'to cau-h the train. Ilr. J. C. Wills tiection to the af ce.m-j of Count!: a candidate fv re- Ject to the DiKocratiJure .' Pr mary '? be held

, tfnce-makir.g are certain to be known ; who saw his tfforts. shouted to him fur District No 1 ''I'ro\id. nce )and Cummll'slor.f'r Paln-tinv.; if the a, 151.Democratic and tart say so.icit !I" support
Durinirr.y v Ira at ; primary.
t and used by a child who has received i)I to give up the race a; he might get This is wi r- fait /uly ir.cumrcy: far the ir.-I have. endta-.ored to :edcir. mj--tif if e1.! l'!..J. to p-sa'.. in rvtJro

t the right sort of instruction a mi'hurt j : trying: to board the train. But an exceptional opportunity anJ. promise :.f rected; to i continue: rf my to d'_*trie. gof-d and faithfj': strv P.'t't"t. :. v.
to the .n. I J. C. 3YRD.
, A Metropolis.It i ithe I boy cave no heed to the warning .....". ...,..,".,..bet> ,. of my abty..! and thertfon- re.v.utt -- I _

is not the system, sister; it is the! I and finally succeed(!i in getting: hold to primary. your A.: in H.: WILLLU15.at the coming FOR SITFRUjJOK j'F REfilSTKATIOX.
get great Bargains. _,_ j I am a candidate for-t tthe office
I. -- *ctu>n
ignorance of the teacher. I of the fror.t grab iron of the rear plat- FOR COMMISSIONER h ___ ft supervisor of n gist anon and will: thank

. It is amazing to observe how manyteachers I form of the last coach but was unable I hereby announce mys..h DISTRICT.! N".. *. (| the voters at the cong pnmarj ?.>r theirupi
are ignorant of the rules of ''to get his feet on the Come early and choiceof County Commsaioner for d."tnct a candida:a for <>rt. I have given Jugful atur.-un to the
\ steps. He had get your Buteri: aid No. : 1..k. i duties of thin c'.ce in lt!'e past and will continue

capitalization, punctuation, syllabication I'I I on low quarter shoes, and during: his the voters of rt-epatftlly the dIstrict foJicit at the the support d : to do W if I 1 elected f .r another

abbreviation and I frantic kicking against the If elected I coming primary term C A. KNIGHT
i even orthography. I truck and the offerings. duties promise to decharge the -
What is the cause of this i- j';. the steps the shoes came off his feet. the interest of the c.t office all the impartially and to hate I FOB CONSTtll F. NST. NO. 1.
I! people always at heart J I take this mdh '' the
A announce t to
do not know but do passenger happened to
norance weknow come out R. ANDREWS.. 'I cit.rn< of Lawtey the I am a candidate for
. J that teachers who are deficientin on the platform! aid s'bsthe boy's I hereby: (Confab! in and for .-tr.et No 1. subjectimary

j{ these things are capable of teachingEnglish plight helped him onto the steps. Had 4 County Commisioner announce in myself and a for candidate for 'Ii I' 'i> the action of tne j eec'! i-n to till
Distort No Md on June
2 fth. I ask
respectfully your
; ana the result is they are unJoadirp not this opportune assistance; : come, # # tpettfu'.LaJ..e;! Butler: and Worthin.-t.. and reo''. "irpon and pr m st fffice tnfal a'teni to the

t upon a f'ufferingpublic many your.er Cowart wculd probably have 'he democratic y solioit rr.mary the IUNtOrt erection of the voters al if I am fc-c-td, J H. LO\\ flY.

, young people having high school dlsustained serious injury. June ful and 6th. J promise .if elected to to to give bald c..,on.... I I respectfully FOR COXSTABIt DIST. NO. ,. of
annouijre to the c nuns
I coGaetentiove
plomas, who cannot write their own the office. attention to the duties of arle district No 6. tin I am a candidate
laneiage correctly. Whenever You Need a General TooJc M. Leviton A. ROBERTS. for the o free of Otif ,f.le: in an.' far said
Take Grove'sThe I hereby Strict If I am tlwtW I will! gs.e eareftl!
These graduates out into the as
go ate for the anSounw."WK a candi- attention to the dut:e rt the offjc*.
( world; and those of them who take a I Old Standard Grove's Tasteless n COfl'miHioner'l! Dlftnct County No :Commfaw. m.risinil Oll..r J..'.COIl J. JCHNSFOR
notion to write for publication, become chill Tonic is equally valuable as a 1lHrict.'eke Btltpr: and Worthington Springs wotan" ---COfMY---- Sl-RVEYOT.-

the horror of newspaper editor* I General Tonic because it contains the Starke "tt'S at subject the primary to the to will be held of the democrats I hereby anae-nee n>1"tlf a car..dae tor
I + Florida June
wert known tonic proprrtrofQIINI\E f 5. 1916 -e-eWtion! to the
who have to correct their wretched elected will f"tl>fuly! di.d-a"e the duti.. orfce o' County #..-.r forBadford
and '
IRON. It acts en the Liver Drives : the office. W. R. county. If I am a..an.n for
English to make it fit for publication.It out Slalaria? Enriches the E'oxi SGash. el ALDERMXN Jr. This office I milL as .n: the pat. d'fC".,..." myjt1

is these graduates and their to Builds vp the U !iiole System. SO cent j JI FOR COMMISSIONER DIST. NO. 3. | .-. acrordir.g to there>inir law,. .without
favor .
I hereby or Th suax>rt of tke > ( at:
announce myself! a candidate for the coming primary u f a' ". -ed.
County Conun: &Jocsr for the
t and :
CEO. K. E:LLY.Y. .


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I MRS STERNBURG ENTERTAINS ''j federacy received one-half of the e\'en- AT RO\TDR.\lX TUESDAY I I In the "good old: days,.' when Starke 6'\L:...1HI

LADIES AID. ing's proceeds, which will be used to I .. had plenty of saloons but no street .

I Bits I help Home pay in Jacksonville a nurse at the Old Soldiers' -Mr*. Waldrup Will Teach Wrinkles in I lights, benevolent property owners .' ,,

of LocalInformation Tuesday afternoon at two-thirty, Culinary Art. I I. frequently whitewashed their trees in
I :Mrs.: S. J. Sternburg entertained the order to serve as range lights in dark
Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian church I CLEl'P.. I I' nights. Those who had been "splicingthe
I :bil) T. E. Waldrup will hold a' "
Mrs. Sternburg seated her guests on i
i j main brace till they were "three
demonstration in domestic science at
the spacious north porch, which was The Civic Club will have a general Boatdrain school house next sheets in the wird" and found it difficult t
made attractive with comfortable Tuesday,

cl'aningup of the town today to have:' to navigate, often found their ; .'
chairs and tables which May 9th. The lessons
c.--hII Omr fI.I.. 3MUI eflll on were principal given
r..rwu i. tiki Cmtr ell4 T.r.. 1 j jM. placed vases of roses. The president, it crowds present of a good appearance to the will be in the canning of strawberries I way home by following. ; the white :

'tiIJ Ii- Mrs. Denison, conducted the meeting, The people ladies expected ask every here house-tomorrow i i> so that they will keep their color and painted trees.

and after readings, dues paying and holder to kindly co-operate with them. flavor, the making and putting up of (
-- attention to business the ladies enjoyed NEW VENIRE.
strawberry "sunbeam" and the
a social hour. Mrs. L. C. Hume, preserving -
Leviton was in Jacksonville I Judge Thos. E. Dekle, candidate for who has spent the winter in Starke PLEASANT OUTING I of beets so that they will keep
Thursday. county judge of Lake Butler, was in and regularly attended the meetings of their color. Mrs. Waldrup will be ac- List of petit jury a drawn from the 1
town the first of the week. the Aid, made a charming little speechof I companied by at least one lecturer. jury box May 3rd, 1916, returnable
Lucian Wainright spent Sunday at I appreciation.thanking the ladies for On Friday afternoon a number of She invites everybody interested in May 10th, at 2 o'clodp.. m. Spring
Pablo Beach. The Hopson residence, corner Walnut their courtesies to her while in their young ladies and gentlemen enjoyed a I I the subjects to be and term, 1916.
and Jefferson streets, has been midst. picnic at Lake Kingsley. The party I as Hunter, C. II., Alvarez, A. L., Hale, .
I improved in looks through paint and The hostess, assisted by her daughter left town early in the afternoon, go- is only two miles southeastof Olin P., Brooks, J. A., Rosenburg,
F. M. Crews of Highland, was in remodeling of the surroundings.The Mrs. R. H. Barbour, and Mrs. E. ) ing out in a wagon and reaching "Zel- Starke, it is hoped that many Henry, Brown, L. A., Douglass, A. A.,
Starke Monday. I :Markley Johns, served delicious re- zah" the summer home of Mrs. Jack Starke ladies will be present. The I Driggers, G. C., Newsom, Perry, Crosby -
abutments of Alligator trestleare fre.-hments. Almost the entire membership Davis, in time for a delightful swim subjects Mrs. W'aWrup and her assis- P. A., Smith, C. 1., Ncssmith, J.
J. L. Peek was a business visitorto l>E'ingl'e't d with rock. This rock of the Aid and several invited before supper tants teach are very important and no I I W., Morgan, Frank Crawford, George,
Lawtey Monday. I II mostly granite, came from France to guests enjoyed :Mrs. Sternburg's hos- I The supper, which consisted of sand- opportunity to learn them should be ingford, WT. T., Gordon! 0. B., Ed-
I Fernandina as ballast of a large pitality. wiches, salads, cake, coffee and other neglected. wards, J. V., Alderman, Frank.W. .
I II i-teamer. I )good things, was served camp style I. WEEKS
Col. C. L. Peek was in Jacksonville and greatly enjoyed by all. Clerk.

Wednesday on business. I j Some strawberries are still being "cn)}}) AT COLLEGE" WAS A l 1 After supper a pleasant time was FUN SPOILED BY RAIN. By R. A. WEEKS.

: sent by open express to nearby points MARKED SUCCESS.The I spent in playing. cards, talking and Deputy Clerk.
R. II. Futch of Lawtey, paid our:, but most growers have burned off! their i eating candy. I Saturday the ball team of the Starke
The ride back
office a pleasant call Monday. I! patches preparatory to plantingthe'n charming three act comedy, ry bthe, singing of old Southern mer- High School went to Ocala to play a '
i! to somethingebe. "Cupid at College," given last Friday' songs. return game against the high school U. D. r. .

A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. evening at the high school auditorium The members of the party wereMisses team of that city. But a heavy rain -
I! J. O. Turner is having a new oven successfully played by a number prevented the game from being played -
Jake Jchns Sunday, April COth. : Jean Teague, Frances Clark List Wednesday afternoon at three-
installed in his bakery. This oven ha cf the bright youngpeople of Starke Miriam and our boys had to return home.
I Ross Leola Faulk Messrs. thirty Mrs J. E. Wilson entertainedthe
all the modern devices for regulatingheat ; ,
Those who went Cliff
Prescott who are now receiving the congratulations were, Chancey,
E. L a well known citizen and save fuel and is large enoughto .. of their friends for the splendid Wainright Powell Ned, Bessent Hasson, of Neal Delaware., Canova Gus Beasley, Charles Ensey" Jim i I United Daughters jf the Confederacy -

of WaMo, was in town Tuesday. hold 400 loaves of bread at a time. rendition of this play. Mrs. Jack Davis was, the chaperon. Kickliter, Allan Canova, Leo Canova,i the occasion bt--in.j their regular .

From start to finish there was nota Pitt Tomlinson. W. M. Thomas, Charley monthly business ireeting.
Wiley Robertson of Sampson City, i Miss Belle !'elly. Miss Marie Hunt dull moment in this musical comedy I MEETING Beasley and Drayton Colley. The
]{ was in town the hrst of the week. i| and Mr. T. J. Warren motored from the girls carrying out their jollity and; I OF CIVIC CLUB. following went along to "root" for The president, Mrs. I. A. Davis pre-

i i Jacksonville ay and have been the pranks in such a typical college girl II I our boys: Joe Truby, Harold Wall, sided over the meeting and after disposing -

Miss Bertha Sanders, of Lake But- !: guests of the fOI me-r's mother, Mrs. fashion, and the boys assisting themin The regular monthly meeting of the Ray Colley, Carr Colley. of considerable business the .
ler, spent the week end with Mrs. J.I| M. L. Johns for the past week. They a most amusing manner. The songs Civic Club will.be held in the council Chapter listened to tie reading of a

R. Davis. ] were accompanied hon+ Thursday by: were especially taking, accompanied as room next! Wednesday afternoon at "PAINTING THE LILY." paper entitled "A Short Sketch of the
Mrs Johns who will visit her daughters they were by unusually good voices, three o'clock. All members are spe-
:Mrs: James Warren, and Mrs. beautiful costumes faces cially requested to be present. Early Life and War Record of {'01. W.
F. W. charming Two colored
:Sir. and Mrs. Buddington, Of landscape painters "
Clyde Alvarez for a week or ten days. and graceful movements. T. Weeks, the honored veteran for
Middleburg, spent Thursday in Starke i have been busy for some time, past
with relatives. j I Mrs. Helen White, of New Orleans The last candidate to announce him- whom the Starke Chapter is na-ned.
the shade"trees
trunks of
W. 0. W. I'ICICT MILLER. who had charge of this play, is an ex- self is :Mr. J. C. McRae, for member of painting During the social half hour Mrs.
pert trainer and thoroughly under- the school board for Starke district.Mr with whitewash. Whether this im- Wilson served a most delicious salad '
W. P. Bailey, formerly of Lake But- I stands the management of affairs of : McRae is an old citizen and well proves the looks of the trees is a mat- course, and in every way proved her- t ... e
ler, now of Folkston, Ga., had businessin I There will be a W. 0. W. picnic at I' this kind. The Daughters of the Con- known by the voters of the district. ter of individual taste. self to be a most delightful hostess.
Starke Tuesday.Mrs. Miller on Jane 1st. Everybody cor-
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G. W. Brown and daughter, filled baskets. Candidates both state -

Miss Louiebelle, of Lawtey, were in and county, are invited. Cold drinks
town last Thursday.Mr. will be sold by the W. 0. W.

and Mrs. J. M. Rising went to 1 J. W. PAKRISH, .
Orange Heights Wednesday tois- :\. II. STOKES Committee.
it Dr. and Mrs. Curtis. ONE WEEK The Best Range at the Right Price ,

i J. F.
i Fruit jars rubbers and top.- VllLil"TL
Messrs. Walter Townsend and II. J.
Stewart were among the Lake Butler Kickliter. I Aluminum Cooking Ware FLEE

visitors to Starke Monday.Mrs. **.*+++++++++++++++++++++++..
+ ,

Emma Alvarez, of Jacksonville '
is the guest of her daughter 'iAllhe Churches Ii.f' .

r Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., for a month's 4I
One two-quart A'nmmum Q
I visit. I +. .:+++++..........++++++++++++++ : ;:;: One."ix and onehalfUaftNo I

BAPTIST.There One <; = s:AluminumTea '\;: _
R. L. Black a well known naval .,' '. IWlH1l1lrl: Kiltie
stores man of Gainesville, paid the will be the regular preaihingMiAiee Aluminum =_ d
r \
lapped II
Telegraph office an appreciated visit next Sunday morning. lathe ::iaucc 1'.n -
Monday.Mrs. t.'wningtht' "Class"sermon for the {lr.1' "
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of ; will bo preached. eishtquartAluminum -E'
graduates 191(5, I '- -

J. C. Robinson and children re- I To these the public is invited. The I'restrvmi: I
turned home Sunday, after spending churches of the city will unite in the Kuttle! f

several days in Jasper ,'isitingher evening service. 'i ,
Mrs. Helen White, of New Orleans, I .
who has been a guest at the home of Next Sunday, the second Sunday after r 1 r: !r l ;; n+- 1
Mr. N. T. Ritch left Monday morningfor I I! Easter. \ ; One Preserving four-quart Aluminum Katie
New Smyrna.Mr. i I The divine office and sermon at 11 r
o'clock. : ,
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Ned Hasson, of Wilmington i 1 Sunday school at 10 o'clock. .--- .- mic pint '-j jj
Delaware, spent last week with Capt. i -- .. ..AluminumMeasuring .-I jI
1 Furnished at Kingsley lak; .1 Percolator y : -'' %t .J
and Mrs. J. R. Davis. Mr. .Hasson i is cottage CUD
a cousin of Mrs Davis for rent during June. J. F. Kickliter. t 3
I -.L.

Mr. B. S. Brown of Beaufort, S. C"I Beware of Ointments for II t

has the been home in of town Mr. and this Mrs.week A.visitingat Z. Ad- I Catarrh That Contain Mercuryas ,, Buy One Cent a Meal for One YearIn

kins. Mr. Brown is Mrs. Azkins' un mercury will surly destroy the sense .
cle. of smell and completely derange: the
1 1I whole system when rntf-nnc it tl.roush almost every home there are practically one thouiaul: l meals 1
I the mucous surfaces. Such articles shnublnever
After school hours last Tuesday af be used except on prescriptionsfrom a year prepared on the stove. Many people hesitate about paying

ternoon Miss Olive Ray gave her gradea they will reputable do Is physicians ten foil to as the the good damage you one five to ten dollars more to secure a reliable range-one that will cook 1

picnic at the park. Twenty-seven' can possibly derive from them. IMls tine these thousand meals a year with the least trouble and at the ;lowest
little folks enjoyed this happy occas- Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. !
ion. Cheney & Co.. Toledo 0., contains no cost. If :you should add just one cent to the cost of every meal for
and Is taken internally acting
.I directly mercury upon the blood and mucous surfaces the first year only, you would soon make up the difference leUven the

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis have Catarrh; of Cure the system.be sure you In buying Rpt the Halls genu- between cheap range and the range that will last a lifetime. i

their guests this week Mrs. Lewis A. I; i,,". It is taken Internally and mad in
Davis Mr. Davis' mother, Mr. and :; To'.pdo. Ohio by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials -
,e Suppose cheap uses cent's more of fuel ir cooking -
Mrs. Howard Davis and little son, all free. your range
of Crandall, Fla. Sold by Druggists Price 75c; per bottle. t each meal, or only three cents' worth more a day. In one year
fills for coostipatiODoEW _
Take Hull's W.mry i this range has cost you ten dollars extra-ten dollars more for fuel

Rev. D. J. Blocker, of DeLand, these
than the better range. Every year means that much nor money
spent Saturday with his mother, Mrs.A. !\ L. M. OFFICERS. ,.' burned up. ,
F. t'rockmeyer. Mr. Blocker is -

one of DeLand's distinguished teachers. The Ladies Musicale closed its third r ,.-.=;
-- Suppose the better range does cost ten dollars more at first than
I of work Thursday, April 27th,
year after a year of unusual interest and ....:::.;.. dates the cheap one. The extra cost is nothing-it amounts to o,, ly one
J. J. Hutson formerly of Hampton 1 t progress. cent a meal. It will save that one cent a meal in fuel alone. } In one

but now of Palm Beach, is a candidate !i The meeting; was held at the resi- Cabinet Range year it will save the extra cost, and in ten years It111 save you one
for sheriff 'I of Mr. C. L. Peek with goodly
of Palm Beach county. Being dence a
dollars what the repair
hundred not counting you save missing
a popular man in his present home number present. '
as he aba is here his chances for nom- This being the time for the electionof -andget bills. .

ination at the primary are good. officers, the following were elected: t

Mrs A. :M. Darby, President. You can open a bank account in your kitchen by buying a OUTII ..
Mr. Mrs J. E. Futch. Vice President
and Mrs Nolan Canova and lit- BEND MALLEABLE RANGE.
tle son. Nolan, Mr. and Mrs. Boring Miss Cassie White, Secretary. 1
and little daughter, M r. James Strick I Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Treasurer.Mrs. .
land and Miss Clyde Boring, all of I D. E. Knight, Press Reporter An expert demonstrator from the factory will be at oir store
Waldo motored up last Friday evening I' Miss Lois Peek, Directress.Mrs. 1 for one week. He will tell you about the I'atented Aluminum-Fused

to attend the play "Cupid at College : A. Z. Adkins, the retiring president -Bearing Flues And prove to you WHY it is the BEST
1 in her charming manner, thanked \
given by the U. D. C. 'I
the officers and members of the the RANGE MADE. f .

Mrs. G. C. Livingston expected to club for their hearty co-operation during \ + y' .
have as a guest this week her friend, her administration. She in turn
Miss Stella Gallagher of Savannah was given a riingvot:: (' of thanks for :

but a message from Miss Gallagher her capable and efficient managementthe I : L.:' y-
states that her father, Mr. J. I. Gallagher pat session. \ Ware
died last Saturday morning The ladies of the musical consider eatiieRdII
that the past year has been very successful -
At the last meeting the musicale in every way. .
; .
it The newly elected president enters _
was decided that a small fee of two
dollars be charged for the use of the upon her duties with a very promisingyear free
piano in the school auditorium when ahead. Three new members were r All-wai/s Preferable t
received at this meeting.
admission was charged for an enter At the close of the business meeting Leg Base Range 'I'I'r
tainment. This' money to be used for 1
the Miss Peek assisted by Mrs. Sin-
up-keep of the instrument.Mr. .
clair Peek served delicious refreshments -
to her guests. Remember the Date '
One Week Only
and Mrs. James Killian who ---- --- .
: have been spending the winter herewith RHEUMATIC PAINS STOPPED i j
Mrs. Killian's parents Mr. and The drawing of muscles the I
Mrs. J. M. Truby, left Tuesdaymorn- stiffness and ago"iing pain of- DeWitt C. Jones
3rd 10th.
ing for their home in Waynesville. N. May to
Rheumatism Sloan's
C. They made the trip by automobile, quicklyyield to ,
and were accompanied by Mr. Joe Ca. Liniment. It stimulates circulation .

nova. t to the painful part. Just anply as direeled Starke Hardware Florida ; j .{
to the sore spots. In a short
Messrs. H. M. Pinkston and R W. I time the pain gives way to a tingling: ,

McLeod, prominent citizens of the sensation of comfort and warmth. talk Ice Cream Freezers I
western part of the county, were in Here's proof-"I have h-d wonderful (While looking over our Ranges we will glad to i.

Starke during the week on jury duty relief since I used your Liniment on of
and called at the Telegraph office. Mr. my knee. To think non application we carry the best that is made---The White Mountain. Our line :

Pinkston had not been in Starke for' gave me relief. Sorry I *" v"i't spaceto I i

8evPn or eight years and found many tell you the history Thinking you Water Coolers is complete. Screen Doors and Windows. ,
Changes for the better. Thesaid tha'tthUl'h
for what your rem"d'' H* done for

rain thev. had had practically no I 1 me." James! S. F..rmicmt Philada Screen out the Flies from your house.) c c1 r-
!'si-c Dooomt-er the young crops!1 Pa. Sloan's Liniment k;115 pain. 2.V.; J

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.1 Written for the Telegraph.) .\, ,"Urdrg: :') i iil. .
Ine cyprea- tt.e. or "bald typress;'' Decree.tr.a e\erjth.rtf: : shall:: ted tI' < I I:. properly' cleaned a.c: /graded

j M .!e belonging to the ame arboreal t make those I'vtlrer which are already. I. : vv.ll;:I brig! a good price at all times

t : '!" !r a,, the pii.c.and other conifers : pool calanut.es beset the ./ l'h.. J j. if grovvi] a, a motuy crop, and is one !4)

,f f I .. .iev.-i!
:. I .: .- .. .- <>:' tr.;: approach >>- winter, ?!" often raker posse.--.on v: ty ,.ithe:, of thin section ca-i grow ais produccnore ,- j:
4 t XV-.. .. jrro\\'i.ir uj.vlf f.ivraMe cir: :i. eand t tu.h.h'J"e 1'1)'):- i.vei. : hJ: -r.OI,. of :grain per acre than

u'li'tance' a'.'l i an.-Jt'rf "tn''1' trey o: them up and penetrate: them d: n11- I ..7.01 f o'.,,, ... I"I.If' '' corn aid! the straw i valuable as hay t

the ,Lme1ze.. it 1a tan, -traijfh ija.ify; th-m from fuln'.lmg'! tr.: .r par.' 1 1 t' '" <}\Hl j for' hor.-es. mules und other stwk. Theig'owinir I tr

-.it-., but! !b. :.r.ir treated t t-y nature asa po.e a'=' apparatus for bieuth.ng.lire ,1 ., I of thicr "p would. without a !

: outcast.ery much: l.Kc the w..:: every, rifty teal "r so a ti'!>- wilj; '. .-.1: .., | d"U'! ,?, bv very profitable for the faJ"1 ,

M.'I thf land aid the Vulture of the} air:: come; along; and bur the muck away I erof! :St.: Johncounty; a.- the comiih'ie -
from the roots cookir.g the ap a1 d i icaa.if.g _-J ai
r. often ha.- had U" iwd a rumple; tt"- are .Ino"t ideal for it.

for existent; to dev.. 'op bAa_:.. a.1 ; it to ,.our. -rivii-f: the it-r e- Many of our farmer have tried out

gnarled and irregular rowth. blood poison, as it were. Thr'Jui1; wr.mal! of rice in the
;s of a I .... 4i acreage
1 of the cypressis i too hole* 1''l in throl'.nw i : i i.t' ., d- '":. il'
The mission p.i- A yeanacd) in cllm..t.t'r! }: ; You The
Are Price
will d'i i ..'1d tabt.: a- d t!. we Wasting
trictly utilitarian to enable it to acquire !p .-- .!' the yield! { has been more than j

fi a graceful figure. Its !lift- work frefjtly: : a pi'tnr a bat i ;g. 't :::,: t" lx .' -.'.. -.y.' but ther? ha- aw )"-I I j

a. to reclaim wet land -o that other out IIi a t'n{:!i.'"'. re'.ai-uii / ..tgi... ..tl1.. t9 "e! drawback! ; of not having any' I Of Titan Engine?
i d lt.M a t
j trees, which cannottai.d to have their In Insrn w: two trees gio'.urur i' !I': thi- section: to either ,
all the time, can find to''eth: .- will;! often lub a:;..I.t t'.d!. . I
feet in the water h 1 h'i1!! the !ice aft"rt! i is harI!
It of mature',; Other Uiitil the W'-od :gethot u> d I taike-; ..
congenial 'fliJ.!! if one } .red.! ITAX engines run on kCfClS 1C.
laid maker*, l.ke the coral in.-ect. the :ire, which wll cau.-e a ii--.iU top.. -w :: ,i..: U...: tha l dui.e along the The:, the: .' i- the ra'.i-h).'--, v.hr; !1. Average cost of gasoline so far this ;
i .
{':alI'';;' e .n< : 1 ..' ;ye Millr.a.:: a thresher and also year,
coat, which i is carried in-hore by thettind helpto! make the tree look intereting as*! :a hue!! and Leader and! arrangements 16.9 cents per gallon.
\ .behind but it is not good for it. The mo- :
j-alt marsh
: the /
., and filUP ran; be made! with him to go to the
t the beach. ti ian j air plant and does rotuck: juices farm to thre-h the crop and also to Average cost of kerosene ;. 7 cent ;per gal-: >n.

,. 1 Thp life history of the }-.iont'er.Y- from the tree but the roots which h,,:.i hull! :.".1 grade it later if -o de.ired.Mr. !. Gasoline costs over 100 per cent more than kero :

j.re. tree i:* about a* follow.A wild it fast will till the pore of the .balk Mr. l l't'r: wul: be our next State Shod t- used! his thresher: very suc- sene. Ga-oline is going up steadily. Kerosene: is not.
will the limbs
the itself
seeds. ard mo-
turkey swallows; some cypre Treasure e'e.- fi.IIy! last -.'a.1 nand i- now over-
While the"till remain: m the crop ofun.hi'ie.' No wonder the tiee !',. : \ j' ,.:: -'II.'IL hai.li'._' it and makingome\ : improvement At pre.-ont fuel prices Titan engines, using: kerosene :

the turkey i is captured by an (..lrleeatln ; glow.slowly.. -- -- that will put it ir: fir.-t-cla.-s: save their owners about 1.1 cer.ta horsepower
art1! The -f--
i.lfo gobbled! up but \
it" 1 : are voided by the eagle! before their to !JP'Ittr..thard substances. The nolia. Eureka: Here wath>- expla Aftr the potatoes are dug the Are you running a gasoline enpine ? \Vhat horse power is t

\'it..Iitha;; .,('el. impaired, perhaps! a .bottom of tht deep ditch across the ration.imple HJttug-h-\\ had they ground should he worked down level it ? Figure what you'd be saving !if you had Titan kerosene : ,

hundred' mile from where they srrew. public! road near Crosby; cemetary i is i.ot thought of it uor.er'?-"Cypre.slogs (and a fir-t-cla-s seed bed be providedthe engine. Rather surpmtp- isn't it? Hov lr'ng would it take :'.

They happen to fall in water ternpo- hanipan.! nearly as hard as limestone.tt will not float north of the :)"th -amc a- one would have for oat that sa'ingto pay for a Titan engine of the same *i ize ?

lardy! >shallot taki i Out a..d a littletree \ when it was excavated roots of parallel of north latitude" Great; care should be taken tu have I
I' ivpre.-s trees were found in it. The heart wood of the i i-
grows up cypress all weedand gra-ses worked out International Harvester Company of America
}Heavy raarcOn! ': and the watt; Th. nee i is eldomtruck by light- .generally: buff; colored ar.d i is then called i! before planting that these will not

I rise, but thf little tree growfast !i.ir.g. probably becau-e the growth white cyprt>.-.-. but .ometimes it i is get a start of the rice. (lacerportted!

t enough to keep its top above it. After around it i iso dense that the electric j I[. dark, and called black and again at i Planting.

H years, when the .'ark .becomes thick! fluid i-cattered too much to do! any i j! times reddish. The two latter are There are twoI.'a.ons that are Titan kerosene engines are old b! .

that harm. said be the best\ !but the color l of
and close! it finds it must provideair to ,
I suitable for in this
planting territory
,- for the sap to enter through the The butt of every large cypress i.- I the heart wood cannot be told from
f : roots at time- when the water i i- high; hollow: and the hollow often extends! the appearance of the tree. i from! March 1-t to April 10th, and DeWitt C. JonesSTARKE
auain from June 1st to July 1-t. The
'l and for this reaonends out lateral up the trunk for some distance: and The wood does not mull good ; it is the
latter of would be time for
: root-,. The-*- roots soon have their -.lImf.timthrough the entire trunk 'I''light and brittle and excellent for : course I FLORIDA.
.1'' i us here following the :. ,
: proEje, impeded\ the old root, and! These hollows provide excellent quarters ';; moat !purposes: where great strength ,, : potatoes.There '
0 rot being able to extend afat a-8 for small wild animals found in i.not ie ,iuired. For water tanks it i.- are nun'a ': of planting! it.

t the growth pusht.them, they bend the swampThe reason for the hollow 'f.pecially! good al-o fur fence Ilo;t:'. It can be broadcasted and harrowedin ) I
but this is
not good plan ittakes
and the crook i upward.. From the is twofold: First, the |butt wood The wood! next to the heart of old a a- I
then of the
apex of the crook IMOA.a sort of i i.- the ode-t! an decays] from ago: : second ..tree- i is full of hol'"s 'f seed is covered! too deep while some is
.' a corn, like a corn from a person'toe because the tree when small was "pecky." !but it is good enough for & /E E [B lE
not covered! enough and!
deep usually
'. : ( though it i is more u.-eful and less injured from forest flue, the center decaying fence pot.The lumber b is pretty and I .. ';,a a
4 t painful,) and this i is the beginning of and the decay spread around it. I I easyto: work. Cypress shingles will i'quite a lot i is left uncovered and thisi : Elil) Ir

$ the cypress "knee." The wood of the Therefore, when a big cypress is fell- wear out but never decay On.roofs; i serves a bait for birds which will ..
fr I when started take enough of the t
once !
I,!r knee is of so open a texture that air -d. the choppers! or sawyers: stand ona i;(" to ';.0 year old the part of shinglesexpod '| a P
seed to make it loss.
quite Drilling
..', can get through it to the root and thus scaffold so as: to cut above the hollow ] to the weather are worn to a
1 ; mingle with the !sap. The tiee needs portion. Often a woodpecker will the thickness of a quarter of an inch i i.s therefore a much better method, as Make family '
i is is then in uniformly and at the your
I many such knees, and as the root wood hollow\ out a nest in the top of a cyp- 1; while the part covered will show the put ti

o : r must also be very porous for the trans- !'p--. Water will gather in the hole.m.J. i original thickness of half an inch. proper depth. Where land is rich and proud of their home t
at the time free from weeds and
I \ with carbonic acid
miion of the air, the root, to have being On account of their lasting/ qualityctpres ,
grass:; one could use: regular gram I
r' sufficient strength, must beery thick fram the -ap wood causes the decayof a ; Your wifi-
j ties art much liked by railway drill which would the row.8 and ihiUrt-n cannot take :a ,
4 I and, therefore, the base from which the heart wood downward, until it !but take the from put
| managers they joy inches apart, but in this section, no pride in home it the house i> faded
the hollow the l.ottom.ul.h
at :
they tart grow in girth and becomes meets the life of bosses.
section They are and \\l'athl'-hl'tfl'1. Th:1t I t
i doubt the |best; results will be gotten means no-
i large and look; a.;* if reinforced lolllllo i' are sometimes: used forwell soft and frictionless ,
I very curbs down to the clay but too to hold a from planting in rows; 1 to :22 inches paint. :\r ,1. for:< trar-i' ion or cotta_(:'. the j
no I
buttress-es. This is advantage,
by an spike well, and their smoothness and ? -
I apart, with the grain: dropped ?o a;: to best: paint is f .
farther because the wood ghes the i
'i for the tree, growing in an unstable lightness will not allow them to lie have
i soil] and in an txpotdituation.. would] } water bad! tate. t| -till in the roadbed, but they become two plants; about every ti inchesin ". r.:; "?t I i c
the Most of I
the '
I be blown over by the wind( if not thus The best bodies of cypress timber. \loose from the vibrations ..f'the rails, ( row. corn planter 1 "- \ .' ; :x:
be used for this planting 4L. ia
can by ,
anchored and .braced. have not l until recent I putting : ; f f
{ firmly -
I, Having been provided with a numt t years On account of their inaccessibility. I tlp,ira"If'. For this reason they are i on the slowest plate. He: sure to tl..rt'J'..I- 'V: ..'. ..-..,., -."..;-...'...-- J "I

t>T of knees the tree i i- rt'adto begin Iut: with the advent of the i.ot u-ed, on curves, only on tangents. have the planter adjusted! to drop the ._-_',:..;..'._ =t- t.i"f" To __<-i;,. .. W"' gf.; .

making land. The leaves it sheds at aerial tramway. or ".kid.!....." they i Their softness al-o causes the rail to field.seed properly Try it out l before the starting barn floor to the LEAD A coo s KJC! PAINT '.

the approach of winter, and\ floating were no l longer! sj.fe. The -kidder'con.i.t. 1 wear deep' groove- them from the on orsnmP tEN.7 --U-UKS Z/.RS LONGER
hard where the
rice will
r tra- remain uncovered{ and
: catThis vegetable! mold<
f with sand! that blows! against:: it :m.0' .\ an avenue apt su-pend.'d! al-out fortyf'et I <'-.nt motion.The see jll-t how it i dropping;! and! can Alt ,'i..ILL' t D" r_' ix.ltl! .itu,! /":.' Piir.i: t iuhiTi .

droppings from .bud-<< and: \ in course of f above the grouiid.! i paint
r I'ypn'i iof much u.-e to the I r"'l' you
two-row planter is it will
time a little soil! i is formed. girl testing : travels pulley and! through the \pulley a used }
(armor. It affordstraight and light1'olr lie : to straddle the you save polo .mont.\-fi\\t'r gallons:: to bur : .on
in the tree undige-ted t-eed.-) smaller: cable dogh'.k necessary row. or
0'' ) drop runs having; j and! hoe handle.bee: ; wheel save laf'i-r-m.' iv:v _l. v.t-r gallons !
'I the oil of the. .. will The guin.are } mark on.'a\' across the field] ), to iprcaiyou ..eget
on andcnv : at i ne e'nj.! hookaie madeto
made fro"niectioi...- of hollow trunk- : a- these planters cannot be made to a lit "fl', tnkir.:! ,:nrjobpur- paint ; jiid! it 7 i
and adding) by their log the other end of the
sprout grow up. ; grasp ; ; '
; dad) leaves to the soil fund.} Then the.wdlint call is wound around the drum of a everlasting feeding and syrup troughs: ,plant as narrow :.s :22: i iiches.: The will be a l 1. :.-.!<.r i : -,' you newt ai, 'lur
i j' and; boataie made from large solid -ee.lhotil.l be covered about 2 inches.When paintjoVhvh.i!). ,
: of th<_' root.of both the tieeard hoi-ting t'11int"; and the log i.- pulled! t for well bucket Until lateltlw

I. its nurslingtend: to (devote! the forward no mattedwhat l i-- in the way for" w.-ll buckets. L'nti (lately the trraip rows'!? dropped are :22: inches about apart:2 and the'* S \\ '. : -!i.bli\:: \\1"-t.: v.J-" '-, '' v. i I1!! o. '" :. ,.!: ,

1 original s-oil. ;.!:d loaded! on tram cars. every ,. :. t
barreltn.ed .I. !, .
;I -yrtip here have !been incheit will require about ;"i icia'tof 1 .., : '. Ii
The tree Laving bothtamiiiut** and! The cypresi i- thhaidie.t! of trees.lt. : !made from. cypretaves.. The seed! per acre. i i- t"l l : ,: ': ,
pi.-tillatf flower.n, course of time > -low growth j because of the cold -pmutfiom stump.of trees ,
young Cultivation. I Ii
f. nears fruit. The -eed, fall on the -oil -terilt- soilhade! and the fight for t'xi.tr.'c are very pliable) and are u.-ed for I II .hltSTARKE i
rustic -
t I formed around th- knee.- and' take i; with other treeand accidentTho.e -. chairs and siiteeThe wood when i Alice: i- a surface feeibor..tl I I'.:- ', HARDWARE CO.

.q- "i-Krt. and grow, and athe yearroil!! of .t'ntinwntal turn of nnml dry burnve-y tree but irrvelittle tivation should lie very light ai 'i 1 !lit

1 r: ny the tree i> urrounttil] j by hundred- will ...something brave dt'l alit andiinioiuuctalile heat. The tree giveheller: to birds given before the: rice grttoo hurh STARKE, FLORIDADelicious
[ trie- ( in the rovuvuty |: A<: a rule, one or two cjltivatio1 ,- w' HI .
>> young area | in the gnarled beardedcypie. and! animaland the resonant wood of : -
'I' the famih{ reclamation g<>fO.M .-.-. ai' -lands in the water 01 a dead. tree i i.; used the ''be sufficient to hold all gra-- aid.weeds'in : ,f', -Ii .
by woodpecker :
t ,
ij'f comparatively fa-t ai.d! after. two a wind-wept lak', everything! of it :yin the moultingeaun for chirk until the nee haa .. '
'I I # me.;-age goodtart) and) \begin.to, -hatii.
) ''I or three hundred years, dy the raising gone but a thin battered shell of sap -endinsr by hanim* nntr on it with his;
.. n of the bottomoil! through root ex- wo4.dtill, defying the elementas it !bill.i ground.Stid.

I, I pan.-ion and the atcretinn IIf vegetable hi.done for centimeIt has seen' i, The

mold the ground! will .be dry enoughto the mound-builders! pass away, -eei. .- to cypredun Lt'l'ome'er;her' industry piomise. forFlorida There are really only two vaii''itof : I -

J allow s-la-h: pine bay gum maple. the Indians! come and) go seen the ad- I( important upland riceuitable for :giowi'.gin ;
| though! it i is in its infancy. '
} .. yawp.m, tin, etc.. to grow. If high t1"'it o ftl.e: white man. and! will remain | Pole.of as yet thi- locality these are know!] !ii-j.t::

f land i is not far away. wu>hing> from it at it- j I"t long after the beholder and telegraphare cypre.for much telepnone.- der several different! : i.an.tm d.ffei-;
used! here
and'and) carried hy the wind!, will !ha.- pu. they are good! until
help! the other ayncie.- elevate the} to the same family as the "big: tree.ii. ,." > decay.- theap long Irl variety known by m.i-t

land) until llf} aquaticegetation i- Californiakich have been named! people as "Highland: ," and the othera
JI. E. I
:ucc,.eded by J, that of higher land and! botanically "Sequoia:; -empenirens." rather short, flat grain and! commonly !]

the former s-wamp i i.no more. Thu. The latter word! moans "living forever. I known as "Little Gopher." At the

'1011 h\\ f'"t of I.r.vtty. for i'l-ta.uv, ." and would 1-e very apprnpl' at., 1'KMCT: 1 I'KOMWIM'i) :: (:. ''prt'-pnt time there i i- about! 1JO! bu-h-

are tract wheieBattering cypret\ for, the cypreaUo.! el-! of each of the.-e kindthat car begotten

grow on dry laiid.! i.,'cause -\\:'.nni While dulling! : an artesian well in i Th'-it- \\ ill! ina l'a.-kt-t !IIUI.Kan formerly citd and after the politicalp: ikiii ;{ at Provider ce on and Orange Mills
there :\'w Orleans sound cypress log waeiHounteiHl at about $_.II.>'> pr
cypres--es are dead there will!! 'l' i I' Saturday May iith.:: "\II..f thp i'oun- bushel.I' .
1'1'l1 feet.It .
at a depth: of !
: f record of any -wamp exjstiiig there at had proiablmu! \ buried for lO.Oi'uear. i ty candidate. will t he there and tome i important!! that good litufoinieed I DrinksOur
all!! Tracts of landintilarly rtvhu'i : -tat candidateai txr>ectd! t.i he
I lie used: !
\' -. at least. and carehoud! In- ti.ke-
ed I 1.th eabound) throughthe I! gist: deliver political speeches.:j I
\ l'\prf' to that
."flalwood--." The wood!, while among the lightest Th.- W. I II. W. Illdgt..m el!! cold -ee no red rice is p-k: coo.;;. ,1 '

when dry, has almost the same specific ,Iri ii.k-; E'CI''I.vdinvited. to com" al.d i soft .ort volunteer ricer .be I.Jal.k..1:: pure ice cream and real fruit flavors
r ; When a swamp or cvpr't.pond! j,i- gravity as water when rt''II. Thu- a< it reducethe quality! very much.Harveting .

dry one can always tell!! how high the when and 'Ihrching.e ( make the refreshments
of that
I' solid: logs are to !s-e I'. lil'iiiiKS.: :i ; : I youget: at cur
r water rises in it by the height of the
moved the frst layer- :trll'.mp".t .1 11. 1\I.Ic: f h. II! peculiar feature of rue i.-. that
4 cypress knees. If such a place be of pine logto enable the raft to rK.i.It 1 .; .H\"I.\1'! : i ".., '..h'grain i i.ripe enough for cuttingvviiie really nourishing food. And we

drained the kntiv>. now no l-'tig-T the logs have Fiee'i seaonedA !'"' --.- the.t raw i- -till gieer.o! 'r..tt
:'ectssary, dry up and decay.If time the -- ---- t ihi try to keep our serving dishes and recep' .
s :ie a-il raft will!! nt hiv- piopei! tune to <-jt I i- wher, The

\ th" water ,level of a I' 'Im'-- tract *';.i' to t-a\el.: it i- .-unietin.e.a':.. ,,!' I L-ai1., ;. l.ard: and the -travv a-,I..t !it j tacles as clean and wholesome as the best

? e raid grluluaiy! the growth lIf the ..:" cre.| .-- loiralone.. In thi- in-,"t., I RUB OUT PAIN ::1:1i T'"t-t-! much ear: a.-d] "j"/! .,,!', 'I!

j \. ;nees will manairi to kelp ahead i-f ::111:' an amu.-n'g tor\ may 'e r> :la'c.. with good oil liniment. 'i: th" i: a!': Will keep! tettf' af'e' | housewife in this town keeps her kitchen.

} ; the water;; but if the water rises:, suddenly l 111l': time the Ih-p..rt'I11t't': : of airii-! i the That's II "' -Wfit than! if thre-h"d! Hired ft of,. j
and i i- kept at high !level for ', iii IVa hinittO i surest way to stop them i iI '. i ,
a ; tu' n."j i a' \ >- ,; I The best -! '' 'I. Ii'a: !! : to !1.1 ,

t' "non'.h-. the trees die from lack of iir. ply ..f your.g "",'i.'ntl.t!: -." f. .. :" ii rubbing liniment is fj "d i' :" 1 p- :!..i',en.t thing: it vv>.iiid; pat j Stop In Hereand
This i is ofte .swamps way :,- :t' j'1! \I:ventilated barn, ait
beer dimmed: and o-r.vertfd into mill to -end hem to I":> hah ti'
upon n.j! t 1" < -: 1 iii\! : .i a man! who can put :jpMod I
fH r.ds.! Thuat Guilford; :Swift creek the tt'preindutry.. Tht\. --in ..1 1 MUSTANGLINIMENT { watrtighttack.: Threshing get a thirst'quencher; then take a pail

was dammed and the cypress> for a the -:.!.ject from ever: \i\\poit': a'lI() with; a n.a..h.f.e: put.- the straw in bet- j of
quarter of a mil*" up the creek difd. at last decided! to go a.g! with a ra"tt'i 't'-- co-id.tion for feeding to stock. C cream or sherbet home to the family.Mitchell's .

0 Iut hig-}+i'r up the knees were able to Jacksonville to st-e the !la-t ,.f the Thi- -aw. if cut at the proper time

r \keep ahead! of the wate- and! save the logs a- they wereawed up at the i.a- .,:."ut the -aire: f.dir.'ab as

trees.: Thus in Lake Fisher swamp, mill. The raft had r.o pine f..u.dat ovvhrn -., dan-grass haybut. is sweeter. Ri..e"ra' StoreStarke

which i affected I Ithi" dam! was opposite Magnolia! it txcaneu ff co'tainabout 12: per cent pro- Drug
Good .
until some years ago when mary of waterlogged that it sank the suentistcaptd for the Ailments of ten !

th'm'rl' cut. a* tire body of cypve.strot t .- to the tag boat. Why the raft Horses, Mules, Cattle, Etc. II. C- 1.\WToX. I

-- a* could be found! aiywhf-e.! -hould takti notion; to sink: after Good' Florida
growing! in water often neck deep. hating;! a nated so long, they could! not Pains your own Aches, County liemon.-tration Age-t. $:
The cypress is an extremely slow .:>id--u.:.d. a: they were there to Sprains,

growing tree, and some of the verybig find out and the occurance must be explained Cuts, Burns, Etc. ', ;syrup; from the Matthews; farm j is on ---
sale -- -- -
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ones we find were old enough to on "scientific' ground After 25c. 50c $1.l At all Deal er,. Darby's. If it is not

bear cones when Christ was born. days of study ore of the young men I satisfactory return it and get your Read The .

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, Mr. Charles H. Churchill, of Jack- >

., sonville, is spending a few days at the > I$1( I@I@IeIXI home of his father in East Lawte}. IC@I9II@
:Mr. Enoch Griffis was a visitor to
Starke last Saturday.

County News Items transacting L. H. Hill business and B. L.in Blanchard Starke Tues-were I '

day.Mr. Beware The Fly'j {

Kingsley. A. lake.A, Smith spent :Sunday at 1 t .

. Intercitinf Facts Gathered During the Week by Our Mr. R. Sullivan\ of Hampton, wasa .

Regular Correspondents. visitor to Lawtey Tuesday.Messrs' W
((1 L : E. E. Burney and Wilmot We < J
are prepared to
day Brown were visitors to Starke; Tues I protect you

$ I '? i* ?, $ 5 ?, > .?. ,* .* with her parents. We are sorry to report -'! davthe Rev. T.first B. of Lawrence the week spent in Jacksonville. --everal- Screen Doors Window Screens
0 her mother, :Mrs. S. :M. Rowe, as I .

<* WATEROAK. being \ery sick at this time. I Prof. :M. :M. Fryer was a '. ,-ir.n' \Jt Screen Wire of all .
".> E. H. Jones was here several days Starke last Saturday. kinds---Copper Galvanized li l- j
<. during the )past week, making exte'n,11' ,
> f % <$"? $ J ?> ; < '!' Quite a number of our citizen.were 1 ,

Mr. Willie .))01]('-. of Gaine-viHe\ ha- repairon. John, Mullad.v hi.- property.Rev. reported. to 1 loimproving taking in the Ivurtt Starkt dtincjr! and Black also Screen Door
this week. H
been the guest of :Mr. and :Mrs. Carmichael ,
rapidly, and expected to
\ for the last few days. be home the latter of this week.
Mr. Ellison :McCuimick, accompanied E.I'lcIanire: is part\i-iting here, the * : ;, *> q.! '!' i Sets and Screen Enamel.
i by his little brother, ('ail. attended p .a '
guest of his mother, )11':;. :M. E. Ma: .
the union niKtir.g at Raiford Sun I ire. RROOKEK. ; !

We regret to chronicle) the death of
day.A Ii
. comniittte consisting of Mr. .1. D. I little Park Trammel!, -on of :Mr. and i .' ,., ) .0't' '! !' ,. I
:McCormick J. S. Rosier and Hiram, :Mr.J., P. l'arrihhid! occurred onTuesday The picnic at Brooker! on Saturday, bps Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. I
ho'I're ) the
Bennett \\ appointed by morning, after an illness of t _,the proved out t? "t' the motenjoyable
Evergreen church to -ee ('apt Purvis -
only five days.
) occasion of theeason.; A I
in rl'lal'.1 togl.tting' a road throughthe Mr. Fuller, of Tampa, spent Tuesday thousand or more weuheie from all

State, attended Farm to to the this Evergreen business Tuesday cemetery .- and Wedne-day hete. He foresee parts of the county: and the ideal i @I@I I@I<<@T@T@I@I 0T@I@I@I "

morning and succeeded in getting great things for Hampton and spoke weather assured all a most pleasant !
well of the heie.
time. The culllhlatlere present and .
a road which will open up betweenthe hiss Gertrude; Durden, who has been paid their usual At o -
ie.-pects. noon
Alvarez and the old
stockade.Osus Capt. Purvis place stated that spending "cn'ral'hs with relatives' time the dinner was spread and all i school, has,, returned home. Misses Sarah Rivers and Nina :Mor- FIELD AIDS\): FOR PKr PAREDNESSThe :{
work this road would begin on the here, returned to her home at 11 were cordially invited to help them- Mr. Fred A. Scott spent Sunday ing were visitors in Uaiford: last Friday ,
on Park Avenue last week.1)r. :
Hyde Tampa with his fiiends here.
selves. After dinner those present many .
of : lie intends to .
eighth and fill in all low places. The stump widthof ) W. Middletou: was business\ were entertained I by a game of ball by All were very proud to see Rev. A. Mr. C. B. Williard and family, who Naval Consulting I5oard of the

the road will be :3t;() feet. This ac'twill visitor Our Postmaster to Jacksonville, A. J.Wednes Ximmo ay.'is in the Hampton and Brooker baseball\' J. Pinholster in Brooker: Tueffiaymorning' have been kl'rflingthe Edgar Hotel United Stt.'.s
be greatly appreciated by a large teams.: Everything passed off in perfect I have recently moved to Gainesvilleand
receipt of a letter from the state secretary Elder E. .
usual J. Cunningham preachedat will the ,
number of our citizen! harmony, as Brooker, run White House of that
Mr. J. D. McCormick, Sr., i is quiteill of the Postmasters' Association, and all seemed to have a joyous time. Brooker: last Sunday place. :Mr. and :Mrs E. W. Miller will A national organizat"jn for industrial ..
that extend the
at his son's home here. We trust requesting we post- :Mr. and :Mrs. A. B. Shaw motoredover We are sorry to state the death of occupy the Edgar: House and will makea prepardeness, anJ; in its comprehensive .
that "Grandpa" will be well in a few masters of this county, a special invi- to Cyril Sunday.! the little son of )Ir, and Mrs. Jesse great effort to please all those that scope of activity, reciuinng
tation to attend the convention at :Misses Eoxie Sullivan, which occurred Sunday at :2 stop with them.
and :Mollie have been the services of men of ability and experience -
days.Mr. Ocala May Kth, 10, llth. The leagueof the list o'clock. The interment took place at :Mr. and Mrs. II. X. Stanton will
G. W. Wainright and family at- third and fourth class on sick for several days, but in their several fields of
tended the union meeting at Raiford postmasterswill are able to be back at school again. I Dedan cemetery continue to reside at the Lake View knowledge. President Woodrow Wil-
in connection with the Association
Sunday.Mr. meet Dr Lamb and family and several Miss Laura A. Lewis, teacher of the Hotel.
and an effort will be made for son realizing the importance and immensity --
Junior class in the Rev. \v. H. Coleman made business
Percy Wainright was an interesting others from here were present at the Baptist Sunday a '
visitor to :Mr. Robinsons Sun- I legislation classifying the third class speaking at LaCrosse Saturday night school, entertained her class very hos- trip to Gainesville this week of such an undertaking: addressed t
day. and increasing the compensation of )by Rev. Catts. pitably Friday evening Quite a few The supper given last Friday at :Mr. a letter under .!ate of January t -+

Mr. J. E. J. Wainright went from the F. fourth class postmasters.Ocala Rev R. :Messrs. G. W. and A. A. Hazen games of interest were enjoyed by all\ Jesse Casons proved to be a real suc- 13: 1916 to the executives of the five .
Evergreen church as one of the delegates Rogers, postmaster at guarantees made a trip down to Jacksonville on and after several recitations they repaired cess. The ladies thank the people in national engineering Font ties requesting .s
to the Black Creek union which a good time, as well as a profitable Sunday to visit their brother Mr. E. to the dining room where Miss general for their kind assistance, as them, the American Society of

convened at the Mount Zion church meeting. I :M. Hazen, who is in St. Luke's Ho=pi- Lewis served refreshments. All\ had afine all proceeds go to help pay for the new Civil Engineers, the American Institute -
Mr. Charles Wainright and wife have tal. time and the children thought it church building.Mr. .
,, of : The American
!' '! !' !' '!> !' !' ; Mining Engineers -
I the grandest time of their life. : J. R. Terrell i is building an ad-
moved to Sapp. :Miss Ollie Hague is seriously ill, but MechaMoal: .i
? A social given at the home of dition to his home. When finished he Society : Engineers, J
Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Morton were we are in hopes that she will soon 1 be was .
shopping in Starke Saturday. 1.\WTEY. '! better. .. Mr. and Mr.- II. B. Sheetz Saturday will have a cozy looking place.t'hri..tian The American Institute of Electrical
I Mr. Lennon has made a completesale evening in honor of the Hampton baseball Engineers and the Amcj.'ian Chemical

$ $
$ HAMPTON. was :visitor to Lawtl'vIollda: \'. I :Mrs. A. McMillan: and little !son, present. Seveia games were played The Lake Butler} services were of | from its T.tmber.-hip fOI'each
> m :Mr. 11. C. Richard candidate for th )Merrill are spending several lays and refreshments were served. All more than the usual interest in all state in the Union, and these live

i' '; '\ -!> .;> office of county clerk, was a political 1 I'I' here \\'ith11': and .'-rs. I. W. Pinhol- I state, that they had a most joyous lines on lat made Sunday.the One confessionand splendidyoung members in each stat' to constitute
tines.o man good +
visitor to Lawtey day last week, ister. Jr.
'I !board of directors lend associate
Mrs. R. E. :McColskey and little will be baptized at the time of a ,
:Mr. .J. C. Robinson a representativetrf i Edythe L. Cro-by returned tl'I
: of wel- next meeting. The Y. 1'. S. C. E. hada members! of the Natal I Consulting
daughter Mada. Hague, were the Staike Telegraph was transacting :Miller Sunday. Js .i '! '!J 1'
come visitors here lat week business in : 'I very !fine meeting. Hubert Bennett Board: and the boards <{r directors in
Mrs. O. K. Prince, of Dade City, i is Lawtey Monday. :Mrs. R. P. los.-e; has been visitingMrs. ; brought a splendid report of the state turn are to designate Field Aids who
:Messrs. T. J. Terry G.; W. Brown I : ,
s. R. Cone for : several days. LAKE BUTLER. *
relatives here.C. convention at leLand also fine I
visiting and J. H. :Moore had business l beforfthe will gather the matt vial for an industrial -
J. Weeks, of Jacksonville, spent :Master Guy; A. Pinholster i is spending <8> Monday here. school board in Starke :Monday.Mr. some time with his grandfather, 1, ?"* .5. *- '? $ ,$ '?' *. ,3 .$ .?;! The cottage meeting for inventory from the country'ssources
: and :Mrs. Raymond Griftjs spent t prayer : : including Production, Orgtnization i
:Mr. I. W. Pinhol.-ter Sr., of near Bel-
Mrs. J. X. Strickland and little from Saturday to :Monday with ref! I :Mr. Earl Manire, of Tampa, spent t next Tuesday night will be held at the I Manufacture Standardization T TI S
daughter, \Vauchula.. spent a partof ativesat Orange: Heights.Air. : more. last Tuesday here with his brother, home of :Mrs. J. E. Harper. Wholly ;
last week with friends and relatives : I). R. Edward Starke wasa A large: crowd from here attended Charlie :Manire.We The Raiford church is looking for- | Xon-partisian, Xon-political and -
here.Miss visitor to Lawtey :Monday.Dr. court at Starke :Monday.' are glad to say that :Mr. Dell,. ward to the visit of our state field Patriotic. The scope is a )broad,

Lizzie Rowe, of Tampa, arrived E. L. Biggs: was a visitor to i :Miss Male Pinholster, who has been, who has been on the sick list for a man Rev. Homer F. Cooke, who is to one and cannot be accomplished by n ,I
Sunday afternoon to spend a week Starke last Friday. teaching for several months at Gracie week or two, is improving. begin a meeting and an efficiency campaign j I' small corps of men O' hoard It I

____ ___ __ __ ____ __ __ __ 0 __ the second Sunday in May. We: I,must l be doneby the mdt who themselves -
hope that this may mark an important have developed \be industries

epoch in the Raiford church life. of the country. President Wilson has r:<

r The ladies of the Lake Butler church i I[ turned to the Engineers of America ,

will serve ice cream and cake next; to take up this work. It is they who
Saturday afternoon from 3 to 6, all! the of behind
:; in event war must stand
proceeds to to the building fund of
Cigarettes were born the new church. the industries and they are therefore 1
I called into service in t>*ne of peace. .

This makes fortynilleJrking boards ..

midst Virginia's sunshine !1A C. E. ProgramFor with two hundred and frrty-five engineers J

Sunday, May 7, at 6 p. m. and pledged to Support them, 1 '
Meeting be held at hone of Mrs. the entire membership tif these great !

Coleman. societies with more thn 30,000 engineers t
XD cigarette tobacco to be good cer- Topic, The Consecration of Talents.
trained only American Engineers
Text, Matt 23: 14-30-Evelyn Ben- as -
Ltuinly needs the mellow sunshine of nett. are trained. AH of the State

old Virginia. Song Directors from :Main to California -

Bible lesson read by all. and from Alaska to FWida have accepted 1
Here's one reason why Virginia is Season of prayer. their nomination? and it is expected -

known "the tobacco man.stobacco" Pledge read in concert. that the re.poifce: from the 1
as : '
What is consecration? ElIs..orthHarper.
Field Aids will also be unanimous and

because Virginia gives to a cigarette the leader's. talk on talents. that all will enter upon the work in

one thing no other tobacco can give-that Memory verses by all, having the i i the mot serious: and concentrated
of mind.
word talent or gift. ,
noticeable liveliness called "character. Short talks. A minute, sweeping inventory of industry

mellow What talent may we consecrate- will he made by means of a
Sun-goldened, lively, Virginia
Marion Richard. very carefully prepared printed form.
-that's Piedmonts ALL Virginia Our responsibility for use of God- The information caller for in this

I given qualities Miss Fogg.I form will be based what business -
NOTE-WA% of all wonder Piedmonts smokers. Can we make opportunities for service upon
consider it necessary to knowin
the cigarettes smokedintheUnitedStatesare men
- No wonder Piedmonts give smokers that"character" Mission?Thelma study Bailey.part 1-Maud Hun- arriving at the physical capacity of

Piedmonds. Think of ter. I plants and their fitness And reliabilityfor } :
they want- whiff.I
it! There arc hundreds every
Journey through I'hilinpiart-.John specific classes of -utput.
of different brands the of You ask for Piedmonts today and see! Henderson. information fcas never L.=fore been collected
cigarettes on market
-yet 1 outof even 8 Business. by any department} of the gov
cigarettes smoked is a ernment. This form h& been passed
Piedmont. Q CfAlI- C1 ( Junior C. E. ProgramFor upon by the army and navy authorities -

and the inventory will probably} r
Sunday. May 7, at 11 a. m.
Topic, Learning to pray. be made -during the nvnth of May.
Text. :Matt. ti:5-13; : -Rath Richard. The program i is the fruit of monthsof
Song.: I work and (consultation with the

Prayer by leader. best brains of the COllllt y. Accepting -
Bible lesson read alternately. i| in the gravest spirit th." lessons written -
The ALL Virginia Lesson story Winnie Mae Cas-on !i' in the industrial Upheaval and
cigarette- and .'(t'ip Bennett.Qnetions: !' 4
seized of the
with BiLe! answers1)oes :- paralysis that up ?i some .
nations the start of the European
) God; want us to pray ? Luke
IS:1: --Aubrey DekK War, we must not wait f or war l I.. fore

Does God; hoar our prr.yer-7 P=am mobilizing forces. We have learned l'
(,."..-.'- Fr >d Well<:. that for one million, men on the j'
Will God; answer our pravfPsalm fighting! : line there mu-t 'V a force of r :

I : 1:15: Willie! Dekle. three million workers f be;bind, .....1 that .
J When goes )David: { tell j S to pray ? i the position" of thf.Mrker- i"
1, I',:rim :,:>:-lf.-17: -E'"ier Ad'-i--.
MN'ortudv! ; Aroa'd ti; rt.v .rid mills must carry with i' ? ,imilar honor
I with .la.-k and Janet.j accorded the :soldier\ i"j'he; tn-i.ehes.'

v j "n:' nee pnyers.! : It will form an Inclll.-t' .,J J f' el'\'p. !

I J'"-;-IPI.C and 1 piynent of till -. I' The widest po sabte! j-jMicity i is desired .'.\' .
j Mi::pah.I that there IT.aI.)I..e ;the heartiest

Cigarette of Qhlauty I I co-operation by all! the +citizens of the
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + country, thereby bui:dir.> the greatest : I

'i + LEGAL NOTICES bulwark again war, i iIn
I !"
: + + + + + pr + + + + + + + + + + this great work c-r harnessing the Y

( I I full industrial: strength: r: the country j

,MASTER'S SUE. 1 in the '::pr\i>e of the Arr.y and Navy,
: r<> hy i-i\-n that ; :r.d t.yr
I \\ *.t, of fut r.-rtam iral ,!**"... ..f f .n- the Asi!, >piate iQa s", : ,,' .- .. mad and "imltid! 1 MJ> ,-I 1 1"1.! ".. h>' the world have te'nden'L! their service ]
1 ,
,. .
I > e.! "t 'h- c re-.It C'>urt. l'a tI V 'v '' in ...har.t'f'In fa "r of ".. T. I !' ard the publishers n> newspapers I
t : ".'rl| Sr complainant sad .1'a.rist: .J. '!. ard magazines have siruJI: ; hands with "
I i'.fs.. J, If. Kitch. Amy R.It'h.Ij.- aif. and )
t I : I. *dKin' a "trust*.*. d,.f ndart''', th- Inv i the engineers, in the -.,:ne patriotic
10 I ,,'. "' !n(1 will olTtr f..r fair ,in 'r-.nt i.f t'.. :and unselfish! \ !spirit in tr'.s broad undertaking t' 4
for 59 I .
"Xatirnal d'nse :;
p 4I'll !I. "d! hours of Faa: on Vnav! thr.fi: d",' t'I -
,,t ''in' *. IMS: the following rt.nrr.Ud r.al peace." v -
I'll 1 a .. VhitiiaUd in E-a'lford: ci,.."ty riond.i. 'I'
cAlso lOcJ: )- \
Packed 10 for 7 I AI
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'1 1" gn'Hr'W't: qurter f 'h. Nbrthu.>t L. A. Duncan, one of hake Butle'smost : h
". :,. -. rofS.'I:. 7. T:., 5. ? K -' f'a.-t. I business
illlll, ; ). C I'OITf.l.U prominent ('ltlZf'n-, Jjiad I; ain
1"'llaa.'l: r n (t'hanrer I Starke Monday. ,. li }
I :-r; for f.rGla rant -,-",-.! :f.
hI 666 will cure M.ihrTa or Bilious

|I 'lK.. ivdd has moved from Jack- II Fcver.It kills the germf

I i ..>- 111'; } to Alachua with his family _Y-

r. O LaS y 1 f't- tr<> s-m"ier and their many friends I am closing out my bu&ness. Now sis

: / *" "" hope the change will be pleas- the time to get doth l''t' and shoesat

I ant. cost. M. Leviton. _: s

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;f.1'1. and Wednesday

\\i I'' l[: Democratic Candidates for State Offices Will Address

t ..!. '\;: the People Under ,Auspices of the State Committee
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.11! ):'1.: Under Arrangements made by the Campaign ;

r I. LCommittee of the State Democratic Executive i ir'

i:; Committee the Candidates for State offices, traveling -

< in two divisions, will address the citizens

:'.j!I", In of Bradford County next Monday and Wednesday ; -

It jti I L 10 o'clock a. m., in the court house, Starke.This .
t is the only speaking appointment alloted to Bradford county and ,will probably
1 be the only opportunity citizens of the county will have to hear the candidates -
'i,'I, for National and State Offices. ;
t'1) I I 1I I.-
1; : : The Candidates in Division "B" will be in Starke on MONDAY MAY
}} 8th, at 10 o'clock a. m. :;
Division "B" includes the Candidates for Governor, Superintendent of
1I ;,' Public Instruction, Secretary of State, State Treasurer and all other Candidates I
4 for State Offices except Comptroller and Railroad. Commissioner. .> ".:
",r -4
[ The Candidates in Division "A" will be in Starke on Wednesday, lay 10, Ir
_"l at 10 o'clock a. m. |
ll Division "A" includes the Candidates for United States Senator, State Comp-
troller and Railroad Commissioner.
Everyone should turn out to meet these aspirants for the highest offices in the :
*, 1. 1 gift of the people and give them a hearing. :.'
I F FLITCH Member State Democratic Execu- .

r i. J. five Committee, Bradford County,

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