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 12, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02020
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Mi:-s :Sarah Rivers entertained quitea Monday wa- the day for the itinerary -
LONG ATTORNEY few of her friends on the park in : ABOUT OVER MEXICO AWHILEOUR of division "B" of candidates: for WELLATTENDEDKATHLEEN\
State offices take Starke and
front of: her homo last Friday evening to in
Many delightful games were indulgedin ,: several of the aspirants for political
and the evening was thoroughly,: en I preferment came to address the vot
IN MATTER OF COLLECTING joyed. Delicious refreshments were I CANDIDATES BUSY IN LAW- GOVERNMENT IS FIRMIN ers. The political! picnic having taken ALVAREZ AND
.. r\'t.'d and at a late hour all returnedto place in :Starke the Saturday before
MONEY FROM TRUSTEESManagers their homes declaring that they I I TEY SECTION THIS WEEK''II THIS REQUIREMENT and the Wednesday following being !i DORIS SCOTT WIN PRIZES

had had a most E'njo'ahle'eninJr.. I th day set for the reconvention of the j i ----
circuit CO'JrtIonday was a kind of I i I
and Clerk Appointed For I Marriage of Mr. G. C. Norton and Mrs. Evacuation to Tak 1'1 a 1.1'fh'r off day and comparatively few voters I I Bacraluareate Sermon Preached Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Draper Entertain the
Vario'us Pr'ciinct.s-Timl' E\- Senior CIa-.... Trudy Holt Occurred Sunday. I; Villa Has Been Canturrd from the surrounding country were | day Evening at Baptist Church .
present. Yet the court room was comfortably -
tended for Paying Taxes. Prof. and Mrs. S. A. Draper delightfully Other Lawtey Items. By Carranza Troops tilled with interested listeners. | By Rev. Deni-oa.
entertained the Senior class I 1 Tho.-e who spoke were: _
of the Lake Butle- High School and a I Candidates for go\'ernor-Ion L. I
The board wa:; called to order by few other guests at their home lat ;! The stl'awlJt'rrH..asOn of HUt i is The United States ,government: has Farris of Jacksonville: and W. V. ; Friday eveninj... May 5th marked
Chairman J. B. Crews at f f o'clock : Friday evening.The ,: about over, probably the last refrigerator I I of late showed impatience about sending ,, KI '?tt. of Tallahas.-ee. j the beginmrjr of th- IO'I"1 exercises
I a. m. Monday, May 1st. lit llli! xiith all i guests were met at the door and car was shipped from here on I j I ultimatums, and the latest is senti tor :-secretary: state-Adrian' 1. of the graded a-ui high school of
members present to wit: A. H. Williams. ushered into the dining room, where Wednesday, which makes a total of ,i I \I'xico-not: to her government Jordan, of Punta Gorda. tad": students fro'i. each grade in
IV.. Pir.holster. S. T. Dow- Mrs. Draper and Viss Mary Lowe presided It'll; cars during! the entire season 28.- :I but ti> those who represent the United': For state treasurer-J. S. Griner, the school participating in th<> even
ling!!; and J. L Underbill. in a most l'anningmal1lwr at 175 bushels or 002,000: quarts. :| .Stut< in the matter. Generals Scott of Brooklyn, and J. C. Luning. of Tal! ing's! entertainment.Mrs.
I Minutes of last metimr read and the punch bowl. I Several hundred bushels have been i and Funston, acting for the United lahas.ee.For Hughes music class carried out
aproved.The The reception room was beautifully !shipped by open express and refrigerator -I States in the conference lately held superintendent of public instruction the beautifully airar. 'd program that
Legislature having pas.-ed an decorated for the occasion, a color boxes. The growers that had in Juarez with General Obregon, Mex- j; -W. N. Sheats, of Tallahas appeared in last week's Telegraph.!
t Act requiring,: the Trustees of the Internal scheme of green and white being carried early shipments during the first part ico's representative. The ultimatum Each selection on the program/ was
I Improvement Fund to pay certain -I out. The Kuets1'1'1..' presented of April received fairly good prices, says that whatever the agreement,: I II see.F.. :M. Hudson. of Miami candidate well r..ndert'd'm" of the most tak-
counties in North Florida including with dainty hand-painted pamphlets but owing to the lateness of the sea j iu.-t not be agreed that the American for governor Jefferson B. Browne ing being, "My: Sister's Best Fellow"
Bradford county, certain moneys to write a good wish in, for the future son berries from North Carolina cut troops I'a'eIexico, and the :Mex-i of Key West candidate for justice of I by Laurie Tomliuson: the "See-Saw,"
derived from the sale of certain of each senior. the prices down, but we are thankful can representative is as \ resolved i the supreme! court and H. Clay Crawford '. a motion song,: by rfchteen little boys
bonds designated in said Act for the I The evening was spent in a very that the >.eason proved as profitable as that our soldiers shall leave.It of Tallahassee, candidate for and girls from lur.to' eight years of
purpose of assistii.g said Counties in I enjoyable way, playing,: ,games: with it was. There were several berry is again being asserted:; that a secretary of state, were present but age; "Listen to the ;\IOl'king Bird." a
naying,: off or re-inibursintr them for prizes for the winners. During the fields that were almost totally destroyed war I between the United States and did not address the voters. I piano and violin trio"Come Fairies"
Having heretofore satisfied the bonds evening! a delicious course luncheon by the insects and dry weather, Mexico i is inevitable, and so it probably I II The candidates of division "\," i LV twenty-rive girls, dressed in white ,
issued by said counties in aid of build. was served. while in some patches the berries' are I is.i If it did not materialize both nat-i! who arrived Wednesday, were grel't-I ar.d carrying large bouquets; "The
i" the railroad from Jacksonville to The affair was very uni ,ue in its at their best now. tions would be made laughing stocksof ed with larger audiences. They were I \VaIla Walla Man' by ten beautiful .
Chattahoochee, and it appearing to comtption and was: one of the most Mr. LE'n 'al. of Fernandina, was both by the world and by their j jnvn all good speakers and the candidates young girls in costumi?, was an exceed.ifylly .
the board that it is necessary to employ enjoyable events given here in a l long in Lawtey transacting business last people, Mexico for being unable j 1 for United States senate, especially,I graceful arid charming tambourine -
counsel to protect the interestof : time. Mrs. Draper proving herself aery Thursday. to keep order without foreign help j having charges to refute, made short motion sor.g
this county in the matter of such \ entE'l'taininghotes;;. Messrs. Bunk Wilkinson and T. T. and allowing part of her territory to but interesting talks. The speakers I, Miss Fripp's third trade pupils dramatized .
collection, and that other counties Among,: those present were. Miss?* Blackburn, from near Highland, were be occupied by foreign soldiers, and were: "The Pied Piper of Hamelin"
have employd counsel: for that pur- Edith Townsend. Eva Epperson. Clara visitors to Lawtey last Friday. the United States for having failedin Candidates for U. S. Senate ,. \. W. I in a most realistic manner for such
pose on a basis of allowing them tewart. Nettie :Maines. Elvie Fowler Dr. E. L. Riggs and Mr. Jesse Reddish her own mission of catching a desnerado : (;ilchrist, of Punta Gorda, Park amateurs on the fu>.re.
eighteen per cent of the amount collected :Marguerite,: I.owerv, Ruth Williams! ,: were visitors to Middleburg,: one and then pouting over the inevitable mell, of Tallahassee, N. P. )Tram-I "The Obstinate Family" was a comedy
such counsel paying their own Winnie To"n'ndlaQ': Lowe, Annie day last week. to go back home and let the Jacksonville. in one act played mainly b>
expenses. It is therefore ordered by I.. Smith and Messrs. 0. A. Mizell, Mr. J. C. Cone was transacting business : :Mexicans do the job. The Villa incil I For railroad l'l'mmissionerS eighth grade pupils and was an exceedingly -
the board that A. V. Long Esq., be, Fritz Townsend. DeWitt T. McGill. in Starke last Friday. lit ha. been a glorious farce for Wells of Tallahassee, B. J. Ford: of; I amusing fll.'celi, ,; EdytH
and he is hereby employed to represent Kinney Townsend Carl Alderman, Ray :Mr. Linitwugh, of Starke! was a both sides, and both feel it keenly. I Jacksonvilleind Royal C. Dunn, of Warren and Everett Waid taking the
the board in said matter with the Wilson. Bertram Riherd. York Colson, husinps'i"itor to I.a1eIonda\'. The other day the United Statl's.. Tallahassee.The I II leading part, as Mr and Mrs. Henry
understanding that he shall have: Percy Rivers and W. II. I.ee. :Mr. J. B. Dye of Jacksonville spent I troops had another brush with Villistas: I following candidates for comptroller Harford, Francis lluiligan! and Kate
eighteen per cent of the amount collected I I from. Friday to Monday with his family and they killed12: of them! while ,there I were present but did not speakto French as Mr. and Mrs. Harwood. I
if there is any. In connection Dr. and )Ir.. J. E. Maines, of lake at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. :\1.1 were American casualties. This is1 I the: votersE.. P. Thagard./ of Tal- :I father and mother of the bride Mrs.
with such collection the said A. V. Butler, were the guests! of Col and Mrs. Blanchard.Mr. a repetition of what has happened before -I lahassee. A. J. Ar.gle. of Tampa, and Harford; while Carr i'olley and Ruth
Long having signified his willingness I). E. Knight Saturday. They also attended J. 1' Sapp, of Sapp Station, and it seems; that our soldiers Ernest Amps, of Tallahassee.The 1 I French did excellent acting as servants -
to represent the board upon such the picnic here. They were accompanied was a "isitcr to Lawtey last Thursday.Mavor :Mexico might sing: candidates traveled by automobile -' of the Harford family.
terms. by their sons. J. E. Jr., and B. D. KI.'II'of. Raiforl. was "Here we shall see I and the long line of cars outsidethe !I "The Victor's Tout IMrnent"' by! nineteen
Bond of J. J. Byrd for constable Hal, who remained over until Sunday a business visitor to l.awtl'lat- No enemy i courthouse )hi.d an imposing ap- high: school girlsand boys of the I;
llth election district approved.State afternoon visiting friends.LIGHTNING Thursday. Hut summer and hot weather." : !Il' pension daim ('fIrs.. Alice Misses Johnnie and Ruth :Malphursof However; by the actions of a rabble I nost taking little p\y\ embracing a
Sparkman and :Mrs. Salome Alvarez Alachua were guests last week of I I without a leader events should not be : -1': 'ndid drill feature: Those taking '
approved. KILLS Misses Mary and Mattie Stalsby. ivdsrod in case of a war, when the soldiers -I FRANK ANDREWS% tt were as follows! Gus Beasley, I
Bill presented by Ashe DisinfectantCottpany Sheriff S. B. Denmark and Deputy I would have better discipline and i Wilbur Scott, William Thomas, Harold J
for $'.oa.oo: upon motion I Cameron of Starke. were in Lawteylat patriotic leaders. The war might note : Wall, Drayton CoMey, Charles En-
and second laid over until next Thursday. very bloody, but long drawn out. !sey Jim Kickliter, Allan Canova Pitt
ing-! of the board. me-et-I i A YOUNG LADY'WHILEATWORK lion A. D. Andrews, of Raiford, General; Obregon,: has been stated SENTENCEDTOA Tomlinson, RawHIDavis, Captain;
The bills, for holding inquest over I wa in Latela-t Wednesday! to have said to his confreres that if Mildred Cl'o"hylra Canova. Emma t-1-
the body of Ira Collins at Dukes Sta- miiulinir the voters here that he was I the American soldiers are not out of Powell, Hazel Brown Jessie Thomas,
tion was taken up and on motion and i still ;. candidate.Mr I I Mexico within 30 days, he will head Fur.ice: Robinson. Clara Moitt. Marie
second payment fused. \ : :Mack I.-t-man, of Jacksonville! I .> army of 10.000 Yaqui Indians and TERM IN PRISONWAS Livingston,: : and Martht Fripp. '
Cost bills in case of theState of vas transacting business in Lawtey on I :Mexicans and drive! them out. Though The baccaluarc-atX1 I'ennolVa:> '-
Florida vs ."?tf Johns, upon motion I i !h-t F.day.Dr. I K denies having n ade such a declaration preached last Surday; evening at the
payment refused. I) John C. Wills, a prominent phy- the fact ''einaiii.that Carran/a Bas'-ist: church by R.II. (;. iVnison, ..
The board appointed the following,: i VONNIE KAHR WAS THE i -ician of Starke! was a business viitcir I soldier* are massing! at Juarez and FOUND GUILTY OF A. "1.. of the Presoyt-iian; church. The
named persons :!S managers and clerks i to I Lawtey list F-i i lay. I .."tI! El Paso i is full of American: ch> ;' I"I.'IHll'l"ed10"t excellent music i
for the primary election to J be held j i VICTIM OF FATAL STROKE I Mrs. (:. Wootrti anil I I.: ,,b. t-"t.I! ltli-rs.; I It has beep pointed out that EMBEZZLEMENT CHARGE i.nd a large congiegtrion was preer.tto I
June Oth, IJtltl! I 1; in the -evcral electiondintrictM I I j--"t; !atvt; k for n ft w \\I'l'ks'It; I! American oil! juid mining! interests enjoy the masterly'iliscour.-e 011 the
: as follows: ;i with relatives in McRae, (;ia. .; this i -abject of "Cho.) irg"; ; a Prof-ssion."
District No1.I 1. I Law tt'\'. E. E. I Buri: :I I Blow: Came From Almost I Clear! Sk> .. \I 1'. ar.d: )11':'. 1.. E. U.>t.erts. of .'':1"I.e forcing l he so an vet intervention such a happening and : Counsel (;iau- :Notice of Appeal tit Supreme : Following i is a 1-rit-f ..-ynojs 5 of the

pro J. :S. Andrew.and I 11. S. II ill i.u'.I, Father and Sister Kscau-i| | I Sta rice. wen- visitinjr) relative and would come; to inss suoner or later. ('ourt-Sitv Days Allowed sermon: .
manapc-rs and 0. 1.. Tlmma clerk.District !;:. I friei'd- I l.awtl'Y"t\ Friday.Mr. i 1. Text : Mart ':- ; I. "To every
N'o.2.: Lake P.utler. J, II. \\ ith Slight\ : :Shock. : I K. O. Dankof; Starktwas a I a"\"\\';"" :"',1] now is as good a time ainy. for Preparation. man his work." "her" is a g'rt'at'a.-
ScarU.iou h. C I II. I IIi-ri>tt'r1.1! I A. I I i !business visitor t" Lawtey lat Fri- : rit't"f work to p .',- ..t' and) (;tdh:4
I 1 tlav. I \\'hereilla is nobody !kt mun -a-i. managers: and E.: W. Mill-r. made! people !
.,I..rk. ; The nieiiili-r! of TV'-yr.iph! staff 1 :)li'. I. 11. Hill our popular notary) I hody! cares. He thinks h" knows Frank N. Andrews former county I suited to that'ar.l't\ .
District No. ::. I Paletin.W.. I'. !i whoesail! duty it is t" write thf oltiiua"y j public and l'l'altati' dealer, was j all about the "pripi'oe.s." !but his actions t vasiiivr. fiiaiuvd.I,1'1. emlM'xIijigcountv i 1. There should Ilta )l'neral.-Nu
I 1I1tll1hl I 'IlS! .Lihn I D.I Peamul; '.t". C.ivive. ;: ; 1111''ice- for the pap.-r) eon i.iat uh\t- I transacting hu-ine-ii i S'arktT e>- : show thnt 1!" is i nothing l.ut11 t'urdwas c )'. I'-. M m' U'\ cation for all alike: .u;> to a certain
: nwnavirrnd .I Dis'rVt: N'<>. I I. Provide\ -nee. S. 1'. I j i i'lir rini.-hed tlv I.inI Ii death account : Mr. J. ('. Yarn, of ,Jaek.nivil! *, who is still on the iumn, }half :starved and county Wl'trleIaafte"r.oon! and- a profession. "PtH-ts are bom and -
('!llii-L': Frank II t.--n and ,Jess. ..1.I'.I'IILn i for the wt-t-k, and hoped it was the i I has Irfwi in charire here of the refrig. I ,aten up bv ii..rirr.s.. when he i-oulil on Thursday m _.. man.'p, :\n.l J.OImil' ;;OUJ11'1' : !:tt. Itt tiPi\ ,'!nii' il.- ..at! iU'W.: that .-.ratfll'lr" during the strawberry: 1 ':'u.-t. awvl!! I 11\" :in. ?,' in some Amerin !by JUlk"ifl! to a term of one year profession should l lte ?>a-ed on the nat-
';. cleik.DiMrht i a ;t-sn! had :u-! been !;,1I1..II.\' lisrhtj son. It-ft for his home this week. The hotpIfh'wt'flt\ I across the !..oder -- in the stale penitentiary and to /pay a i, lira! inclinations.
No. :-'. !:"lItlk'r. I E.: I. Wad.'tlnl j mug, tin- fatal accident ring! the IIiUltlIelIbI1.I' ''a.-t c.!' for the .-('a"'lII leftVebe\ !?- a"d eave liim-clf'! >ip k(< would' bei 'line; of .S:H) or ';l'I'Olll'; year in the, Y irrimt thr 1-.1 II in thfi tame
!III ,- the victima. safe. lt*' Woi'l.l! .. mad. out ;a.- a 1 e 'o, hi-.. ]
Colson and J. 1 D.) Uaxter, manusers. I ) II'.4 a d.iy county jail at the end of penitentiary : mill. '
:,nd :M. P. 'l..tht'n1"1t'rk. I I biiuht: yo'inir! trirl.j I 1 < lI'rplrull'r: W. \'. Knott. of Talla- :i .t'-iot ami a "'artvrhn bus ben sentence. i i'u may biinl UN-HI ,,"..II and biv\
I Di.-liii-t N'o. I;. Starke. T X. Kndrii'k. Tu"day,1:. an ,'xtl"1wly hot day ha-M-e. v\ho i is a candidate for Ii\'r- i I mi-'i'iilfrstoinl I I allI'persecuted and L.: E. Wade and Floyd.! Green; counsel -. lint th- i...-t \\ill! {..II'. i't r..mo.stilli
C;. C'. Livinsrston! : and! .1. W.Andrews j I ai.d in th,' aftei! s'oon I I lid-.t i clouds gathered | not-, spent a few hours in Lawtey' Mon-: j i gringo li'wver.would -ei- to it thut he for Andrews, gave notice of an appeal -i i \.| thc farmrr will fti'th, plow.:
Jr.. .iiaji-r,. :inil! .1. I.. and tla.-iH-s! of I'ghtnisig;! ,: were i day -haking hand: with the voters. .would .iot be (tui'i-hed by our iroverniiftit / t.. the supreme court and! were. : l of thrt defects of the
Peck clerk. I se 'n in all directionA li<;-ht shower I H.wu> "911 out(' to Starke for the biff > n"r tll'l't'IIII\"-'!' to the :Mexicans.! ;given IiI;0 days in \\hil.h to prepare thE, ; ; el'au1 educatic-i there are so
riut' *i""t "'..". II....""...1.i T "i i in.. I tVil oet-a-iunally.. ,l-ut there: wa.- nowind. p.til'"I.rall\!: (!iIY. :Monday. : "; e'tiniintalniiiUns! would! :send him appeal. The supcrsedeas; I bond of Anihews -. j I preparatory. .n'man ._.J ,__.__ mI ._ -
.1"I: H. : : 1'j';;;;: : : I !. Two mil,- noith .Staike: l tl.'wirfind H- t 't'ntal people would! : i many l'ompet'I anuUI1
H. Hall l: D. W. Moore, >etween Mrs. K. I ll.: Tnede was shopping in vatieti it :.,jt\II.) In addition the professions. Thtf' moral prepara,11011 -
managers an I Allen William clerk.! the Sandcrr-on road and 1 the L'ir-j i Jacksonville Monday.Mr. l'a1On\ him to tret a look at him and I I"mII'k" to this he was required to givea 'I for profeSMOii i is: belief, conscience -
District N->. S. Raiford, O. B.: Cordon low place, I live.Mr.: I LouiKahr\ and : Robert Blarchard was a visitor '',;" autograph (if he can write, or his bond! of :*:-1.-,1\4) in each of four other., and a .
J. P. Bryant andV.. C. Whittei.managers hi.s family, consisting! ('f wife:, one son !; to Jal'kol1'iIlontla\ : \'. i iMr. i' if hp can't ). Pullman! cars indictments that are [H'tnling against |I 1. Some purpoC.of the honorable oceupa-
and W. I I.. Overstivet.) a- and\ two tlau-jhUvs. :Mr. Kahr wa.- and Mrs. :M. K.'Warne and !it-i would be named for him and NewYorkers him making the total of his hntl''I tions profession. a,'e farming, mer-
clerk.District. hiM'it'jr co. n! i i.!, hi- field! about 1-.0: : p.PI. tl.. Ilau htpl', who have been ,pleasant-j, would l>uv a tire home and z.ult., !> '!I chandi-e or medicine. ieachinsr. law,
N'o. Worthinuton. H.1 J. I ml((1 I hi- ..buItl'r"1'1"1' thinning: lv located here during the strawberry a-k i him to come there to live. Instead State Attorney A. \'. Long copductd i. mechanic.and! thil The central
Dukes. F. W. Sheffield: ard C;. W. sl I out the plant It was not raining, sea-on at the home of :'>Ir. and I :Mrs. he .Jeeps/ in caves eats jerked the prosecution; of Andrews and the thought was that th' l'hristial purpose -
Ware miinagcis und I H.I C. I Pet-pies, but suddenly a deafening crash was i .1. E. Brown. left la-t wtk for their ( 'l eef ii"d wild! unions and drink! water ;ury trying! him was (compose.! of D.W. of a prof.ssio-i <.- SERVICF.: and
clerk heard and they were all enveloped! i in h'-me in New York city.Mr. hit of 'trletail-: -'. III OralH'I' is not Moore. foreman, ,\. ,\. I Douglass, money-making. C
a I)list i 'u-t No. 10. New River.: .1. ..I. a sheet of tir,:. :Mr. Kahr felt a vio \\". I R. Strickland who has been1 I 1\Iii" in \ i1la'L-( I.. A. Brown. l'l'ankII'rman, C. II. I i not,'). The clo-ing ivn-uiks were in r..-
|j Rank?. B.: F. l Rerfroe! and! G. \\". Andrews It'ntT>'.nch in his right ann and saw- II 'flttg.4I" in th' meat market and !grojeery : Thl'at'llation of omoldiers will I Hunter aid J. W. Nessmith. I gall! to the reward"v "service, referring -
managers and :M. J. S.Ii';.p.' one of his daughters, who \\a.. about store bu-iness during the past take place when! Villa! i is caught or The I'h."a" called for trial! at :1 to Tennyson's night.- of the
cieik. hfty feet away from him fall on her f.\,: months. will leave thi.Ipk for 'i made harmles.: ;. As his bands are o'I'I'I'k't'dl't'l I'.' afternoon. A prywj I Round Table and th: jrE'at.rund
Dist.u-t N'o It. (G-aham.; \\". T. \V-- face. Starke. where he will embark in the still: ro'" ;intr 'I.-.};,tllt! Chihuahua and So- ,,, M cured without much ditlVulty:: i! table tint Saint Johri 'n Revelations
<1<"i. I.. C. smith! ai.d! Frank .\lernathyroanac" The father and the other daughter siat market busir.ess.Mi 1 lIra robbing! and murdering American and the testimony ,; all in and, th! |I call"The Throne of ( oi," \\helt each 1I
'''' aril :M. J.1 :, 1.1"1 ik. who had mviu'd a momentary shock citi/ens. it'et good for his
I ins reason \ receives
aJljl; : i- Ilo-e I Ma>'v I Hull who has been\ !" 'u ment completed by 5io.; : Judge I : fpe t.n,: his store al.\
The time of pavment of taxes \\a"I'xt..n.I..11 but were not injured ran to the spendingseveral- months with reinlive ;' our soldier.renviining Mexican: soil Wills charged the jut y at considerable I rewatd. hearing the ;\ordof the
urtil the fir-t of Jur.e byOldr prostrate body an 1 found it apparently in F.I Pa-o. Tex., returned to her- >'. | nt !little help may be expectedfrom length and! they retired about t' o'clock Gieat; .JUd; I', "Inas.-iu-h as ye did it
It was ord-red that th,- ('1o'rlf.f !!L.- and the ,grief: of the poor bereaved : a < ago.) --- -- III the jury room less than an hour.Theit | ,dd: it unto me," ftl.'r'which the
Circuit Court l I.e authoriedir.,1 instructed family, when all attempts at resuscitation Mr. J. C. McRae. of Star1..('. was l.\sn\NCE: : COMPANIES: SETTLE angels place 'rown ,'ri the heads of
to collect a filing fee from all had proved! futile, and it vaplainly .; shaking hands with the i ll'I'IIt'l of I wtev \\TI1I11:. DUNCAN: : \erdict f.-iind Andrews ,guiltyof : ''those who have been i !
*.'untv c.u1Ili.1ot"] ... for the primarv seen that the fell stroke had Tuesday. Mr. :McUao i is a candidate emi-ex..ling S-W.: C Other) defalcations i' evening, :\I\tthlul" at -ight
to be held June Cth. ltuI! ,.. a- f. 1\\\\ .- : robbed the family of their daughter for election; as a member of the. wp'e"Nl'd by the indictment, fifteen Monday, the exercises were
I !lot' ooiM'.tv! school ,boanl from the :Starke The litiiration rela! ; 'h tii": in.-ur-i; but the checks for this amount were !graduating
Senators $:.xlO; Repre..ontatives $.Iti and si-ter, can scarcely imagined, conducted at 'h" I Il.jihl'chool I auditor-
Clerk! Circuit much less de.-cril ed. and, Lawtey di-trict. :uiu-f i.'n-' of T.. \ tl'.-"'''I'I. of I lake the ,,"I'- upon which there wa- themo.t Jy Rev. J. A.
Court Sf.0.00 t ; SheuffaoOiOO ; : ',m. invocation
i-irect tE'.timot1and the \1
; County u.I I' $20.0i: I>; Tax I The young lady's name was Yonnie. )lr:;. A. :'>1. Blanchard and Mr. J. J. I-nt'fi.: who lost much! nr -..Dftv btilf' jurybaed ;'"1 the ''rcise", which I
Collector! $;\O.OO: Tax Asse.-sor $::tI l.tl); I She: wa.born :In Rhineland, Germany; ,I :'Id I.1'1111 were called! to Jacksonville! :"; M-n--h !!,lll. we'oeti'.ed. here ibis i iI"P' tl1t'ir'rtid which there on the transactionsabout I'ndr\owed open by a phi o trio by tislitl.h'l. -
lrir.tendent. of Public :School0.:: Deceuber :11, I''Ol, and came to this,I the tir-t of the week to attend the \ \vben the c'up's tt'i'f,* /pni'l l in':' seemed no room to :U'leo ful: Anna.rova ard Mrs.
Supervisor of Registration ?:2.; Cuu:"- section with her parents about four I funeral 'ervueof Mrs. Helen Ho-e fvli.; I i4. is said. The :amovts paiai! doubt the defendant's guilt. Hughes. :. Kathleen Alvarez read .
tv Commissioners $: .li(): NlembiMof\ years ago. She was a bright girl and I Ion McLeod. the wife of tht".rnthl'r\ :Mr. .-'1\.1 to havtaff!:"et"i'"tl a'.out : School 1 Board J-W: ; Ju-ti.-e of Peace account of her command of the R.V.. :McLeod. Mrs. McLeod died at'' Nineteen insurance Companies were make bond required( for hi-i j relesppending i' Alcohol on the Hurt.<.n System." '
$100; Constable SI.00: County Sur- English language,: and knowledge of Rodman Sundiy night. i volvei\ in the litisration. their desire :: the appeal to the supreme'ourt ( The -peaker of the Vvening. [it. J.
\'yor $1.00. the ways of this country, she had l been I IContinm',1 i to settle on a lesser basis than : and he is confined in the county t :M. of tha Unive-itv of Florida.delivered ,

The following I i1l.H're approxed of great help to her father in his business ( on Page ''.i !: the policies! called for resulting in the jail.Th ( Far a misteily address on the
and scrip ordered drawn for transactions.Mr. '- action in the courts. The plaintiff case against W. S. Croft charged -i i of education. Hi- pleasing :
Pmprr Allo ante same: I Kahr. n'arbdazt't1 from the spine causing Infant death. :: and asiirners were represented by with assault with intent to murder' j suhjt'r manner, frequent s ille ; of wit and t' .

artha Gallin _______._____u________ :\ .),ianey physical and mental shocks he hid received The funeral sivices were held Wednesday : Thomas W. Fielding of this city, brother -! was continued to the next term of the' logical discourse secured for him th-
Conner _u_____________________ .. went to Starke and told of the afternoon at one o'clock! the of Mr. Duncan, and he won in the I court.ADVENT. I i rapt attention of the large audience.In .
vary llrouka ________________________ ,}..IE"J occurrence to Mrs. J. S. Brown, thebeloved at I L ca-es in the circuit court and later before : : he mind and '- J
Dyeq ---__________--__________ -, ,It II school teacher Presbyterian) church. Rev. H. G. Deni- the rl.'mecourt-Gainp\1\E'\ -i dear way conlprl of the t .
rT'Iha Hilfrinbolha", _________u_____._ ...1.1 Sunday of his son read the Presbyterian burial serVICe -' SERVICES AT LAWTEYRev. .. matter, showing ) ]
Md" _____ dead daughter.'and with her assistancethe i I| Cor.. Times Union. the physical man. Dr. .
) nnon ________ ___ ',I iIo) and the choir rendered appropriate intellect over i
(N. Breei4 --_________--____________, 7 fI,) funeral details were arranged. As music. The church filled Farr is a firm believer :n compulsory 1 i iI
i1in41 Tbomu -____ H" the i I CARD THANKS. C. I' Thornton, pastor of th( think that the time is t \'
tT. Cnaby -- -u ___u_-__no___ 100.1Dy soon as npwas spread many, with sympathizing,: fri 'nd.*, whobrcught OF I education, and "
Emeine Grilfl! ------u--u.- .-. --- especially: menihers of the Presbyterian a -;"eat piofu.-ion of beautiful .I I mcerely thank the many kindi I' .'.condAtL >!church Gainesville, ha..i I not far distant when every boy and :.
Caroline\ Griffi ------__ -__.__-_. t. church, went to the grief-stricken flowers.? The interment wa made inCrosby I friends who assisted me during the 'I. been engaged by a number of citizen-; girl! will be forced l by Uw. to obtain. i: .
cl1j,D M- "cltnight _::::___. ____ .) family to offer fympathy and assis The I last illness! of huhand and afterhis at least a common school education. I 1 i
9' CamD4t ------___--____- ___._ tII) tance. Among th'mvt're Dr. E. T. cemetery. following young my to preach at the r. y.Hall in Lawte\.1 The graduates from,'.be Senior high j
"nff? | ____ __ : ___ / gentlemen acted as pall bearers: death.Geo. 'I
I -------- } HI Mldred j jI
-- week b..g nr.illIonday night a''
next Cr.by.
Campbell who examined the body and Francis Halliean, Everett Waid Vic- School this year_are '
(Continued found that the electru tluid had struck I jtor Kuh!, Walter Kuhl. Roy Collins, I White and Will Baixle.n took I 7:20. Those who hear him once wil:I I Ij
. on Page 2.! .i4 the la-* of the head: and followed the i Harold Brown. in the metropolis Monday. I I not fail to hear him elery night. 4 (Continued on 14"<* I ) s

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; I. *** Cactus Should B* ViPwtd
4 r Platform and Reasons Why

He Srth the Nomination for R Sw with Suspicion ,

Superintendent of Public In- Acts Like Dynamite on a Slug- CI1UNGSCULfiERlS,5HINGl5
truftion. Bradford County WASHINGTON D. ( ., Apr: J' -

J 00: { gish Liver and You Losea The propaganda carried: on :n po--
'a I Ii It
; Platform. r
/ tons of the South in ad'.ocarf; the
* t Day's Work. commercial I par.ugof! the -pir.elepnckly -- AM$ OTHER
t'i 1. Ihair kep o.f.ce ..'. *h.-
i courthou-. pear or spir.eie! =a ca.-tu.-, SHElT METAL
should be viewed with i ry 1
:?. I shall i ifin i aid office or Monday ; -.u.-pjcion
There': ro rta.-o- -:-. hy a p<,?ror.should farmer.vho are seek.ntr: thorouehiycrcvtd : BUILDING

'; ar.d Saturday each gee ari '
a o t-r if rrei-ary. Jmel! when .:o .:sits: i coy: : a !larsre bottle: For any: portion of ;he South thi.- -- .-.E.: 'Cat.. ahO SPECIaf
?. I will do the work ir. 'he I rf.reoyf. : : (J.'A..CO.; : ) Gi+OTAtT
: thereby eliminating th< r.ire tt: cf DL vson's Liver Tore-a perfect ro more than an experimental: crop: .;c'C115GFw( !-LLE . ,tu s
tsi ". for ca'.trr.e: !. accordto ;t j cialists: of the: L'r.iV'lSlates
Crt a rt pay for =aT.o.t of the salary! ',* *!hecf t I: is a pleasant: vegetable! liquidAhich :: dtpar.n.tr.of aznc: lt,:re. Thf- -. ---
t experiment sta'.on at Gair.e.-vill( : f..... j --
ce. will! $:ayour !liver jurt; as surc-:
.orr.e'o>ar; asro tested out tr.irty or
4. I will rime each j-ar r> are e.nannual 'yis calorie! !, I but it doesn't make you ?more Varieties fjrufshedby: thic- General InsuranceI
of tpT.r..u.! :
statement \ pam -;- .
-::;; and oar: r.otahvate.. and found them entirely ..:: >
? throjyhaid off.ce: : >o tha 're raxpayers : partment represent noneut
'"r.ildrer: : ,i folks!
ar. grown up can -u.ted to the conditions thf-rp Wh.V
: will! krow whe'e : .( r" *
\ fjfS.It. :"xe Po i,.or.'s Liver Tore t because it the reports from some of the coa.-tal it i I CLASS corn ar.ie and will be

= I Ihall Hd-C :',:" t., rca's- --. IJ'JJ.trc1 <: .- pt-fectiy, : :harmless.V sections are more favorable, the plar- CGr..s: r.t.J /)'. the alert: to pro-

1' i r a "Tearhers' Training:: >; ,'h> ',. Y': < :<-rte: t is a dar :rouo: drug: It is hate not been groan; on iciest i I. mete your !r..'ere5:::. Guarantee;

.'r' i.j Bradford teai.hrr.c -.'. is Ir:> ."'rate to warrant more than an exp: *r.- 4}
t. ccunty r-- ...T.,. : <1 "> ", :i-y: and attacks your bore Take courteous tratr.e-t: :I' all
t. in employment": Ira .*'. mental plantirc! by the man bf !;:m- |I patron -
I r ". ., a<- e ifastv' calomel! today and youw :*. A we:: ;written policy
.r service- FREE a? rice '): *rjjtv ERNEST AMOS :ted mean Prospective ;grower- | bj
my :: fet! wak sick and nauseated
: confine themselvc- small!! a :r :-C1"'! aer.t
of aid! sc horJL should a i :; j ir. a first-

f. I will ue my re;?: eiforraije :- -. c. B. GWYNN AN EXPERIENCED MAN FOR :-: Don't lose a day's work. number of plants from which a r.'..rrv J I\ class con par:y s,.metises means

the -tardard-: : :r.f"P. -:'G. Take;: -pooifu! of Dodon' Liver "" can soon be establish!! .f ttcr"p 1- I, td L' :b*1 .t '. -- fire.
T. "= I'-ite:ad -i"'i! will!: wake be It hc... y
; .-Sch'joby! giving lest trained: tcach- ( 'dddh' fur tatc= ( omptrollrrTr.r STATE COMPTROLLER you up proves to adaptwi. ; .ate
' -r- that! car he:: had. :,,"':'.:- crcat. N"tmore I Uhousr.ess.: borne: in mind that this crop I- -< i H. C. RICHARD Starke
i -I. I. 1.11'e every rears at rr.vcomrnard \-stipation.: : slaiririihness. headache r p considered -ueculent tn be fed .* I ,

j_ to e-tarh.-h: a ystem cf ..;:; t .... -'.:--. : .': YEARS KNOWS THE WORK OFCOMPTROLLER'S Boated :or.?ue or soar: stomach. Your cornection: with a concentrate ratj'il ;- -. \; -

: 'IfcrrrEer'rrmr; '-" .:-. everycr= <:x)! ir. "._;-'- : .- w- < r.. : .--% t:: __ :!"- OFFICE THOROUf.HLV iiZZK ) prefpraMy} a little dry hay. It -
if don't find
ay Dod- ---
you .
the eoU: tr.: (1-F-d----: : -':. :::-. -;"::- :;::'. ::'. FROM ACTUAL EXPERIENCE. ,'rortai"!'* is to !4 4 per cent water and

\ ". 1"1"; d'-e" my.rain' efforts, .r.f.:. "! e :- 5P C:4..: i..e<; :..' <.:.-- I WILL Forca : : '.0 stock; can )be maintained ont COFFINSCASKETS

I to etvate the: stardard: c: pbIic.fd'J ehar;; *- the ::.trtcae duties: o: _:a:C YOUR VOTE : : I w.hr.! I I
., .. the all time Lorr.ptroller.ii for vou. ((12-....::1.t And a full tire of
ca..I)... hv 1Firz '... ; job at ;, !it : \ : --: ...:':; :::. *
treatir.g'al! alike!! rar.dlirg: the public's ? was [C.:: anti reared u,: a .fa: ::: "' ore rutritiojforas! : crop> oar.: N

E. I I t-uir.e-- !I''f-.. .-. '- 'amy private :r.ter- ;.-ar Ta..arassee.Ha l O\I\UIO: : Er{S APPOINT HKiH; =>CHOoL TEAM I WI.N W) rad nearly.. tf not ,}u.te.; the er.-: Undertakers' Supplies

I.! tits p:'.!!.sts. :f elected: prompt. U >L. lO\r.TTOR EY (;.DI Eo' y..ar. there N a piace fi.ruih' a i-'f D. Always en har.d. The best service .

Rea-ons.;; LOrfoua.i: impartial! serEce.FIE : Soeks for planting: are wideiy
I, : To tre ato-.e platfcrr.: I -.v..i' addthe wr.*.ii!the warily Derr.:'scprtcsatp;(.ratic Prrrary.E' yojr .."pn. t ...-.:.--. :d From. Page; l.i, Dunne: the! pat week the: tarke South and in there small l are i'-ar.titieB: a umber: in ?if'ofrrower attention tt telejrraph orders.

1 I following! : ...>: .\O'. :-: '-::-:..:::. H2h School ta'.l: team has played! on -
in Florida
After f.r.iihir.zr the common :school; a :::'a ..r.w: ...._ ... .... ___._ ;" I] :he home diamond two successful < who are o5eri"2 Registered Embalmer
.. 1 cuttir for ae! reasonable < I
?aa'A'a..:es p..-a eeCat" 5 3'' 1eames.. the irs: pin alair.sIa. ? at price .
course I :pert :cur years n one cf BANK :STATEMENT.Report h. :! -
\\'a.-: MtXi'g!h _. there reed of fancy
: r(1fl so; is no paying
thtf: : : normal teacher: ?' college= in cf the: ....-"dton of try Laws Lizz.e WulLs:;: --------------1: //It) : chua: which ended in a ,::cO!"$> OI'tj to *!irure=. There are alsouch Ir a'P-<" DeWITT C. JONESSuc'sr
tfce South: with distinctior. ;: the Rf Jacswn \\2) : : and the second Duval: High! School.
.I ; eraduatir.fr: t<.y ..:ate Bank at La-v.ey. in a 1.9'
i" Talifornia.:
.. : Mrs. N D \e4Ears .___________. : la to G. C. Livingston & Co
I! Durir.cr ny college!! : career I made special .tate of Florida! at the close vf c-ji- i 40Mi..ha on ;: Saturday ::afternoon which re-
\ teaching. how I R.z: ;rs :..3na :; suited !in: victory to Starke by score Starke Fla.
i efGr.r ;: to train for : U;; May' 1st.: 191o.) >i.- i I ie: :> .90 ; a ,
y jo
well: I succeeded can te s er. by my: Rt"'ourct- !1 Wa La-:* .-_ 3.901 J of :5 to... :This i is the. fifth con pC1JI ,

\ chain of years' experience a? teacher.I Leaen real estate y19.i'Ji L. L. Hua'l; ----____-____________ ?SO 1 1i I rye ::a!::P ::: which tarlhas defeated Drafts feel best when we are hot ---

have ta'jjrht from the or.e rocm i Loans on collateral! ?*c-ny I i Raerr: _.. !! ?tokw; -_-------.__?.?__ 200.Bryir.t .oo''I heir oppot: :::,:. namely: Ocaa.! and per"pirinsr. just when they are the 4 .444.W+t'i e.. .$4.-
school to the pr.nclpa'.ship; of the HhSchool. :: }i: othr than real esta'.e J.::53 u.I 1 ( I : : I, Green Cove Sp-ir.2; -, Gainesville: Ala '
J i Lilli" H rater __._.?___-____._?.... 3.IW/ most' dar.gerouand the result is Neu .
I I I have the record cf neverja Al!! ether loons! and dscour.s.l0.2S7.-'i.: : : : :> ,' W. J Cs. on _.?_ 100 i iPacr i i chua and D val. ralgia.: Stiff Neck. Sore Muscles or + COMER L PEEK
.' ;;o :ou *P.tt ;?ua. uoi::-od ? 3-jip\vj: \ : ,'Overdrafts: :JTO.-x: )) ,,: Tar: ) 2.O': '! On Saturday afternoon the line up I 1S
i i 1 f.:14.t:: .! Hz!::-- I follows sometimes an attack of Rheumatism.
1: 2.911 j Jim
td me spair.. Bar.kine house, furniture ar.dr.xtures was: as : Kickliter, firs-t
: i is: the busir.esf.ike : Pof-r.ee Hoiton: ___ 3..r ba=;e Drayton Colley. second base In such: cases apply Sloan's Liniment. S Florida Real Estate, Land u4 S
Th.pecret cf rr.\ success _. 7.7: J C Eat ._. 3.00'' : : ;1 I .
I r manner "in.vhich I conductchoo : f I u" fr)nj crpcrate.j oar.ks ...1).5:: Jon! Wriht ___ 2 '">" i Leo Canova.third: base; Allan Tar.ova It sti.iuLt.t.rculation: : to the ore and :I Timber Expert

!. I'(I Otr.eah it.res 1*:2.2'5: ifar.n K* *j 3.o i |; short stop: GuUasty.:: pitcher: lIar- pairf.il! {.ar':. The blood flo'fr'ilr: tar.d 1

:. l .. I am: the .r.ly! oirar.t for: the position Bea.lev..center : in a short; : lime the sti fre; and I S3 years Experience at Starkt ..

who holds a live certificate and <): resource ''oo.-:}.) Thoir.aj Dya': ..... ;4 'OM iy : : Chare: E!.;:ey. catcher: Wi 1- pain leaveThose su:!erings from t .

who ha, actually i been: employed to i I Mirt'-a' WM.n: .- 3.'iO !ham Thomas. right: field! : Pitt Tr.ml.n Neuraiiria or Neuralgic: Headaeh-5 w.ll;; >.R+sf ExKIINN... H" }'!-..!,.,.....
teach for .- H'ral! year in the past, 'i Toti! _ _ H U. ..t4f; : )." \ffi" Sect*. .1 ?, ;.)-uh-tifjte.. Ed Burr."", .i! acted
.' which fact alone proves that I am alive Liabilit Uaac T'a.-< .. . ; '..) : as umpire. find ore or two applications of :!.c'ar'- ---- -

I I to all! the latest change.ar.d. rr.tthfd- Hamtal: sr -::k paid in ------1-::;ix.u ix- ) L -ra.i: .\Ci"- :'aNwran dr-., Ii'v ..-_. _4> Excitement ran high; over this came Liniment: will! give: grateful! rti.ef.: Th- .1'.ININNNNNt

..1' "f tt-achir.c.: 'iivded:: oroMts.! le ? \!: Ward ...I_" 4 ;. -Ben Hur's chariot race way not nw or.izirfr; pair C'wa" :: to a c.' Y: :.' 15j.satiun + For prompt return and .

'I t I I I an tot unlike; others. I have am- ".,:, -- -- -- .expe.r.,1.; : .' ... ., teretinz: to the ancient Jew: and ; t.f Comfort. aLl: WUT:*r a:.J satisfaction ship FRLIT PRO. t
0 I i! .itior.-.- but the greatest i i.a desir"" I"c1t'idual! deposits subject to. Cnrl. -Fuaj- : ;- iroman,* than wa this fi"a! match :.-,'p-. reard -.o"P DI>.--ihi- """,.j. DUCE CHICKENS' aid EGGS .

i I" to sere a< superintendent: of school l5' check ___ .I--: ; ';.- D R"k ('. eta: .- !1 game of ha!!. The Du'-a! bo ysvr' >- fns \"e, r',,. I .P. t "-'-,' .. .t ." to I

I for a period! allowir me to pIn Demand! certiricat15 of.depo-.t: .;- ;.'"' i H W ,a'!:i : da:; C' m & maze'mfr) ; ,a r.P ;;;f't of nityPr! ,. and th-oui'rw} "t ['r',!ir -'. : ..
..', execution my latest and best idea of ('a=:1er'5! che-k" 'J'Jttli:gavirg ..::.; !t' W f'T! : -.- : ':a: C'm ft mI'are rte e' rno the score Wacoe.! ;; Chart-! Atlantic Produce Co. Jjc4

i a system of public; schools that I believe :' ; depot:'; __ . .:.717.1 J.t: T, rr......:-..-. n. c.y' .y1)sletan .. E""=;;f v aid exceptionally: fine work ar.'i: / .. in.V. f undo +

Bradford n.r.twould r-e proud Bl:!!? payable! u __ u ';.'JtlJf141Tut ;W rt-T-. W r.-i.*"''; t rnr-.t :'.". .crl. .+...:.a.d'. s-_ h. ['h1catching: featured in the ;u'aiy: Read the 'rest; rap 3- -$1 5'a year :IINNI.1.i1N1lIINNINB.

t )f. y L \\.m.. '.. .. Both: teams: played excellently!] ex,:. t>-
.. WCln'fJ !help 1:.': realize th-: y 1I. -: I / L t." '.--r'.. : day cra 4J "'1.10':", 4" ,11": "nt: inning of etch clurI"r.al" ->:<.>red -
voting for me' :: : B Cfws : day c irr. 4: m.'aol- ; t 'i l four i it th > -, .
; : :'Eof Flonoa.: i-ojr.ty .I Bradford rur' <- -f -: ) i :"!% .,' i;
r f{ Yours! : ir. the s<.h,xl l work. I. II. C. rea-.v. cashier of tttat."w' ;c.; T 1 [1.I":nneht I-lay;"s e"m r-z a: m.agr :d.j,. ,I tarke six rup i::: the f'urth ]I" ':sI ,II

E. R. POMELL.i named to"!:. lo 'jlemrly; ; "wear that U E 1 -Jlv"t innate any ." 4 :- I I I Roth pitcher i : dM; goo.1 .xo';;.. !!ic "(!
i ..d Ac.tr.rr.r- the aboveutn, .trt is true" to thf I;.... \ '!aniin. insanity IVIia MeSta I I I up only seven hit:. Ba'tirjr 1 hi-J)"- I Ii Z. MATTHEWS
I 1 i (". ..'" .. _______.... I
!t.-; : of mv k!. ) \Itdee and le'.ief. .. "u"n -- n. I!j i went to Harold Wall of Starke. and
-; r"l"p..Jne Co __ .. "
PAV0lli POLL TAX.: : phcn (
H. C. PEACE 'ahiPr 'astl of Duval.: each of whom had
\. II FrwT.an insanity Delia McGte. .. .!."'" Artesian Well DrillerI
I .5jr'scribed; ld sworn to fore rr.e J P. Tomimsoa do .'.I yi) two hit; to their credit. Gus; Bralev!
i Trrr. a i Saturday ugh Maylath ;h:; l''>h day of May.! 19U'. --I. Cani"nn do 1 'mS. as pitcher. did: some artistic work in
; I is the hrr.lf for payment '.fi! B Denmark Jo ... f J: fact
j rHAS.'niNKlNS. Notary Public. > our entire team is to be heartily I Have Had
r j poll taxeio: as to quire a ngho 1; G.. \ Girdirer in.anltybr:". J n- Twenty-Four Years
vote in the primary election. Jur. ,\th. I I C'orsec-Attest: ,inin". _u.n... .. __ ____ ).J congratulated! on their successful play-
t, LOUIS: II. HILL. i.. W flro'UI do t.-}!) ire.
Thoe.oter- whf. are delinquent in !|! W. F. Godwin. E. L. r..fK Jo '....... .! nor Starke and Experience In Well
a good chance Drilling
this respect are urged to pay :up1nromotlv. b:. M fianter do .... 10)'] to e-
!i (G.; T. PEAP.CE. Director.C -:. ,I'. $. rVi-rarV lo ', ..15 cur the blue ribbon for the state. The c

1-'"nre P'.h.i.hind Co oub notice of elretien IIN. I- matter of comparisons with the South

For Railroad Commissioner. i I C.\ ) OF THANKS.ITo :,: IbtfCt9 -_ ...-.._ ___Uh andVest Florida teams will be takenup In Florida
jinnxht part 1915
; ; payment on
r j ) tre many friends! who so kor.dly 'itihook* 'i, I. .. a* soon' as possible.
!i assisted udjnr.ff the illness! of our : X. D Wainni't do .. .. .. J.!: .! / Guarantee to Satisfactorily Complete 411

mother MrHester; Kite, and honored Mis* Ochie Jernijran.! who had been'
.0' 'ore rrr.PTT'iry' by attending: her funeral.! Road and Hndgf Fund visiting her sistcr, Mrs. M. Parker
i also t" those who presented the [,eau- '
returredto herhome
F.C'jro-r f.JmNor! Cj lumber\ 2v' in aro'ina RAIFORD <*
tlf,. r'.o-al} oferinp! for her la :' K H i I.. cutting uj: ill< loin ".! Saturday. She was accompanied to
'I -ve 2'\; '{ our heartfelt than. O \ T- -"x=er rcpai"ing S-iiine .: < .> Jacksonville! ty Mr. Parker.
,s >ila; Kite and! F'amilv! '< W) Finn'.tiT 1 da> in.p>> reads h. iK"i "><> _.., Aaaasltar

.. i .. -, ,..'and.. -H.in- . ,- i -.ua i oa> "te\lnnl: ( rouse'o
3r c'j "1 -
O IS **farr.pair>-ix bride ____..-_ 15'"
M I C":jrson IuTbi .& *. ""' \ -'irhi! !! rtpr.nrir; bridge .. '' Albert gives
\f '.*-* I. dielline::; imbr buildin -
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Now Well (. B Btiikn -pa-nr: ? bnt.lrt'u.. .. : j' if tTT smokers such
I. :vi;p ".ill.HI It Mind\ -. : 3"
,1.3 H w..ams 1 day roaj in.p ... :; .
f J H f'w s du .... '..
,1.I 'Thedtord'8 Bbct 'J \\ W *>'tr 4 >"-u'pIYJnK! comics! .- -. delight becauseits
Quiury Lun otr Co imter .' ,
1 S K IX,-"nark d-livt-n&c: convict ,,' I
r Is the best all-round medicine J T l'mirhil! ;5 days ned ipp .. "I

R S Griffis hauling lmt..r flavor is
rte : different and
u. so
I Icier used writes J.A. I> L Phi'a.i: di> .._ .. I -$ to
1 "aJf"rl County Bank: intemt.n delightfully good
e Steelman, of Pattonvflle,Texas. ,crn,' .. u U' .--.. nh... I I ;
'1 H D \\andtrn gen: road work { _' l I sit can't bite
J. "I suffered terribly with liver >Ia tl.-I't S'.orv sho t Ltc for eonM'tchft ./' your tongue ;
-- :;
yet'- : it can't
1,1I parch throat
\ I I troubles, and could get no relief. Lw Store irt-dicire for COn- I your ;
"'C!.. ... .... -
i E Pbmathy !luvber .. 99 I r .- you can smoke it,, AS long and
II The doctors said I had u.--
: < tanning: Tobacco for convicts a -- hard
s as
I J Manning ft....i for mil:... _u____ -: II II IIJ as you like) without any
sumption. I could not work at J B t>c..lrf) fn Jon; coniicts -. _.v !' comeback but real tobacco
S. A. BRYANI J H t".,.a"" .av eap'airs: and guard :i." happiness
19 alL Finally I tried Ii r' !
J J NVttl-s rrrainm: l-nHi* ._h. ; ; ,;
J H to".nK!< suf,ln-, for convicts ::1 "I
I beg to announce my candi- J K Dowimic doM .. .......__-- : On the
i reverse side ol everyPrince
WORD'SBLACK : C Rt.' irr !lurr.t..r and aulin,( : _1
dacy for Railroad Commissioner La,.- Hut'tr' HJ.. Co Supplirs for Ccnict. -- 4 t Albert package you will seed :

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subject to the next Demo- l i '. .y uork for convict n". ... 23 "PROCESS PATENTED
j V \ ,-rz _Jc 's for con\Lets : JULY 30TH. 190T"
cratic Primary on June 6. 1916., "
n I
means to
you a lot cf tobacco
.. .. .. %-f 3
and having had 39 years experience tine and Forfeiture- -Fund-- i Prince Albert has always been

handling business of .-. \ f...--'m"r ease L. W. Hall _. 1-J ': L- sold without coupons cr premiums. We '

: DRAUGHTand S H i"' rrnark do 'O. _______ n.Ju prefer to give quality !.
all kinds between the public! I .
: N.-.i. m WIt L. w. Halt .-. .. 44od -
I j d! I : do .- ....._..__u ___ 1..11
: I and the railroads, I therefore > \. .,-im do '... ._ .. .. _u__ 4.0
M r is do _.
beg to submit my views- to r.y surprise, 1 got better R' ". -rJt do ... 4.20 124

1 1st. Let's the and well I '. I-'n: i' ''O ; ALBERT : .
give people am to-day as as anyman."Thedford's W tt i nigh*' _. bj C"IyrE-H J ...'.Io
I and railroads fair consideration Black- H JeS ;, T .,.,m. '.
a ..
,. Vrvlrck : .. ._ i
of all matters before Draught is a genera], cathartic 'i. do
coming K '. .tr. b. .n. ,i the national joy smoke _

the Board. vegetable liver medicine, that \ ."-"z dv ._ I"irtII t .:.--....._ .
K- \ 1. I'. C,' I Lincastrr 11 Qt ,,,
2nd. Give the people the has been regulating irregularities '''n.tablt: ._.. u. -4 151 I j y mol"'f t-t. low"i much I ter of t' ,WUX- tat, u .t&j'O'the ._ ,.. --.
f{ :.i ,. .. < r; .f. ,t "r::
in. j. __ .. i ii in goodness and ieck.hr woods .'u j*. F o. ., fi?
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obtainable of the liver, stomach and S I-: [I. '.n ark guard : .. .. I X'oerr /r ;- !J I ;. :; :. : J. ;I
A : best service at all itt a. J-M'?J < rhea af 'ne nisi ,...,," vou .
j _\ .... d.\1.l
\ l. 1 ,'hn.-r case La.rwkirk: ..._ $ \2 in pI" that "*..'. tnba,o' Tlf f f, rid \ '-.10.3
times. bowels for over 70 years. Geta S b '. "n.ar' dc --_.. .. _.. -.n 455 pipe satisfaction b.? selh nor a T,<.Aejnj '. .Her o. red
St- K '. ,.lt do ___. _._ 1 tinforta.me fiennrff.V TACO IS PREPARED
i.y -
\, 3rd. See that there is no package today. Insist on thegenuineThedford's. Ot >', .:h do .. .. '_"-.."_ 1 ')(1 is all we or its enthusiastic ao hum and Aa.ound tip FPI SMCKERSOND.no T1! ..
fa'\! \\ i..>ndo .. _. _____ \.J', :* artd f"e pound
E-70 ---- -
1 discrimination of any kind. t Manning juror du ______ -.nu__ 1 ,Q1110 friends ever claimed cr>.f,.;-.:*.'humidor withntr FrftfSS DISCOVERED
H \ do .. .. 'PO"--mo.tf? topthat M|(I hftEXPERIMEtTT.!:
i ._...... 1. 4th. See that there is wa- !: J K ,lI"r do ---u..h.n.""" i 00 for it !, b fret-f 9 the to ,P'fDtr.E(':
\ L drcr. do ____..hhun._____ ____ i. nu..
ter at all depots. and toilets for Jrae Thomas do -----.--_- n 1 u(> Dana-upfrm a'/ '.the- II HTfUl AND WtlO LE.
FOR YOUR CHILI)'' ''aci-b J ,.rns do ... ... ._"'_"_"_ "__"_ I StMOBACCOFORCI6-;
the convenience ot the : COnalF -,- -- -- \ ').')1! It fiefor
public.! answers
child vch." Iuir :::," r. dicine at nil >>...; \ every smoke desire
your ha- a cold, rose runs o; > B IK-ma'n fred :c" you 1 l Q
5th. Make "n"j .
to the j. ,
a report
vuv'h..- much get a ",.mal!! hottle of I>r I any other man ever had It is ROCESS PATENTED

0' I people what has been done by lull's: Plne-Tfir-Ioney.! Its a pleasant 173.4HW. cool and so JU'.Y 3071907"jiMsr

the Railroad Commission. I 1'ine-Tar-Honev} syrup just that chilI T. Wet.'ks.Clerk I fragrant and appealing to yoursmokeappetite .IPtr W H -o OjIPm.

6th. Give the i dren !like and jjst the medicine to ;' and Auditor: that yUVI ( SAL.EK'i >tC.l4X: ;
people get chummy with
your I
1 j >oothe the cough and check thl'<'old.
entire time and talent to the After taking, children: stop fretting The Strong Withstand the Heat of it in a mighty short time DOS A NOT BITE THE TONGUE'

above. !L leep !good and are soon entirely well. 1 1j Summer Better Than the Weak ;
'I Old people w ho are feeble and t
j Insist on I>r. Bell's younger : Will
I respectfully ask people who areweak. be strengtheced 1 1i you 5c or lOc to out
your support 5c. at your Druggist. i I1I I i i and enabled to prove our say- Tki. U Abe -uene aide of the
the above basis. go through the depress so on the national Pnoc* \lbeyt bdj red tin.torou a.1
en ing heat of summer by taking regularly joy smoke? .
-Pate.frd .
S. A. BRYAN. ;i Mr. J. T. Lewis editor of the Rai- ,, Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It purifies taracer' aeaea
I ford Tribune end 5r: alue what itin rut
e was and enriches the
an appreciated cal blood and builds
: up BkCrug: newt r.a
R. J. Erie M
j ler at theTt'll'graph office Saturday. the whole systen. 5Cc. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Wbston-Salem N. C. 10 lour its

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)'.\1.)1 UK::\C1 II.-The colored *opt .Air three thousand miles down tne
of this city, who form a very important Missouri and Mississippi river and the t 4 ,
and nunit-ioua part of the imputation I !houseboat will go to Miami \by traveling r
H 1
are rejoicing in the possession I up the Caloosahatihie river to ,(
of hospital Mtuated in their own i Lake okeechobee and acros to Miami Ak
a for via the canals which have been due inilluming S.
, portion of the city, partly paid : _
contributions and presided''' the Everglades.l'ENSAtLa1Veat. _
:, their own ( 4-\ 1i
over by a matron of their own rac:'. a .

t,I' ---- :: Florida has

' I C II\EI.I.-: e- (, thousand decided that the time has arrived to .Ud
- i.inety-eijrht crates of eut'unther- throw off the backwardness and 'lack 1(1. y
have been shipped from here this seas of pieparednesb" for greater things
The prices still (continue (god, and as the result of action taken recently '
: on.
: :$3.75: ; is the top market price.. Con4idering at Bomfjy, Holmes county, thef; CANDIDATE FOR 67/ CAN
\ the ei.iral weather 'ondi-I counties and communities of this section STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF YOU

t tior.s which has prevailed the crop has of the state will within a few
, betn very pood Car loads are still ]I' dajs join hasvls at Pensacola for the E. PTIIA G .11t1)I PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

: leaving daily. permanent and commercial body designed Candidate For Subject to June Primary JOIN OUR
to overcome conditions that STATE COMPTROLLERin
' have allowed other sections of the the Democratic Primary to be held i
UE L\SII.-I The public hanging of state to take precedence over the June fith, Milt: Has had four years The Best: in Modern Education for

Jack Wheaton, colored, convicted ofkilling richer tenetothat lies westward experience: in the Comptioiler's officeas Florida I CHRISTMAS BANKING CLUB
his wife by stabbing to death
: from Tallahassee.MIAMI.accepting. State Bank Examiner. Is familiar ,
with an old knife, will not take place I with the duties! of the office in all dpaitments. l' and Good; Will to Ever: ; f|,,.titu- ;, .ro
of execution pending the I til.n of Learning pi.d Success to Every: t
Your will
;: as proceedings a stay of the pardon board has the bid of the I I.J. preciated. support be ap- Educational Entert.rise in the State. DEPOSIT $1 A WEEK FOR 40 WEEKS AND HAVE $40

; been leceived. It is stated that the B. McCieary Co., of Atlanta, for Paid .Xd', ,.,.m'nt. Pallldl'rl'ment.. I NEXT CHRISTMAS.
' )tinbh'rial.isol' ation of DeLand is the construction of the Tamiami Trail, --- -- i .
Jcsponsible for the: !>taof execution ; and the bid of Hobart fraltrce for the the circuit court term and has been the SVmiDAY'Si I'lCMC
, through secretary, H. II. UowenTARPON supervisin -f this woik, the county cause of greatly delaying the trials I of I YOU CAN ALSO DEPOSIT 25 OR 50 CENTS OR $2

i commissioners took a long step to- the criminal cases Large Crowds Present to ircet; the OR MORE EACH WEEK.
wards the consun.ation of this long CandidatesThe
. : SPRINGS. new glass: The of theJ. .
' here with I hoped for project. bid WE ALSO HAVE 2 CENT 5 CENT AND 10 CENT
is 1.'ingformed PALM BEACH.Yamato visited
company I I B. McCreary ('n.. was :2.:;)7StiO, and was -
i <;. E. Nobht and M. L. William- as was the only one offered. Mr. Crab- : ha tremendous wind and hailstorm political picnic in Staike Saturday I CLUBS.

. the promoters. These gentlemen have I tree offered to do the supervising for about two o'clock yesterday afternoon was an affair of much enjoy-

acquired considerable holdings of silicate 5;+.:.Oo. The total mount of the bondsis resulting in severe damage ment for all present. The ladies of 2-CENT CLUB PAYS $16.40
deposits in this section. Several ?-!:-.OOOO, so, as Deputy Clerk Mcflill! ; : to the crops of peppers and tomatoesin the Civic club had, the day before,
previous attempts have been made to I said, "If a ten-cent bill comes in out- :, the path of the storm, and the done their portion in having the town I b-CENT CLUB PAYS Hl.OO
i build up a class manufacturing industry ode of these two contracts there won'tbe downfall of thirteen Western Union cleaned up and the householders had 10-CENT CLUB PAYS 82.00
: at this place, but the plans of I anything to pay it with. telegraph poles. As is usual when cooperated, so that Staike presented I
; the organizers have never been cars hail occurs in this part of the country, a holiday attue. The weather was WE ADD 4 PER CENT INTEREST.
i I ried out. I the storm travelled along a narrow clear\ and not too hot. Chief Kite, I
JACKSONVILLE. tourist seas path not more than half mile wide. that shall be
always town
axious our I
i : schooner Jennie son in Florida now }being brought to a ; skipped West Palm Reach entirelybut as attractive as possible, procured COME IN..-WE WILL TELL YOU ABOUT IT. ,
i FER\A\IH\A-The -
E. Reifrhter, bound from St. Marysto close! has broken all records in point : } travelers along the north road !>eimissjon from the bond trustees: I COME IN AND GET A CHRISTMAS BANKING CLUB ...
; of numbers. The estimates of the rail- : I
of lumber, found that three trees had been blown for sprinkling the business portion of
1 New York with a caiRO tide Old roads, based on previous records placed across the highway about twenty milesto Call !street, and copious streams of' BOOK FREE. 3
ashore at high near t
was run for the of the number of tourists from other the north of town, and saw several water not only laid the dust but also i
t Town Monday boles but purpose she climbed states at 1,000,000. This is considered: instances of.i i its .devastipassage.: cooled the air. ,
caulking her port the bank, and could not- conservative by many of the old residents l' ortunateiy nan storms are very rareoccurrences The throngs riving in town I BRADFORD COUNTY BANK
far on
until of her of the state who have been here on the east coast of Flor- wrought baskets laden with eatables,I II
1 i be towed off part cargo since the influx of tourists began It ida. and this supply, supplemented with r
removed and the tide was at its
J was conservative to that in excess cj,
remain in her is say that furnished by our citizens, was
had to -
( flood, and predicament of 0,000 more reached tropical Florida enough to feed all comers and leave':' .
; for several days. automobile. Garages in all thl'prim'ipal )1J..UIr.-Tw) hundred and sixtysix -
by a good surplus. The dinner was serv1ed I
J cities and towns have been cars of tomatoes, 88 per cent of in the park on long tables erected' /.'_ -
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! KEY WEST.-A new townsite in unable to accommodate the cars and them fancy, have moved thus far this for the purpose. I I I II
the Cape Sable territory will\ be the have parked them on the streets and season from the Thos. J. Peters plan- County candidates were present inlegion ,
tation, south of Miami, and about 100
of the lots.OCAIA.It. I
outcome, according plans vacant and circulated among the
carload still in the fields. The
; promoters, of a $:!:>0,000 real estate arc crowds, and their )beaming '
total yield of the plantation this I
: deal consumated last week whereby year showed that each had countenan-\
occurred to a Star reporter -: will be approximately :350 cars, probably ces \ : .
of New York,
; Samuel Untermejer couragement. They are all
who passing the Ocala littlemore.r,00
was crates "
Judge Francis E. Baker, of Chicago, a are packed ar.clthc voters will probably often find \ Dr. E. Middleton
v q
National Bank ask Mr. John
today, to 1 in each car making a total of 175-: ax Ile
: and W. P. Smith of Miami, become it difficult to decide on whom to vote1)Ilti
L. Edwards, who is a stockman as 000 crates. In each crate there is an I
of 12.000? tract CapeSable (
acre I
owners a
well as a banker, about how much j average of 1-14 tomatoes, and !so Mr
; land. Engineers of the tract are alieadymaking for the meat on the hoof Marion county is ;, Peters will have packed, when he fin PROTECT H0<;s FROM 1 LICE: j
; surveys shipping tovarious parts of the state. | ishe.s this season's work. l. ,-lInOOO tomatoes ji i
i proposed! developments. Mr. Edwards said he did not know I to feed! the less: fortunate i'! t Ii
I be killed
Hog lice by dips.
J just how much the county ;;hippl'lt.1that roitheiners. of these Our Next :
i Everyone tomatoes I Faimers who are troubled with th.pl'st ..:-,. |!
I !m) FUNIAK SI'RI\CS.-\II lali-I but Edwards Brothers and the ) is washed, treated with a should provide some sort of

I victual with several aliases has ) 'utom"rs of the bank throughout the harmless chemical to prevent decay, dipping vat to kill them. A. P. Spencer I .
a operating this !section for the last ('ounthad since Dec. 1 last sent out I dried and polished. -
for the
di 5 two weeks, passing bad checks on the over $40.000 worth. There are other of Flonda Extension! Division, recom-1 I J
"i Cawthon State Rank was finally overhauled considerable shippers, and Mr. Edward :, .
mends .on.tt'at of the followingdimensions !
\ and caught by Sheriff I5 ell thought that ?7.:(,oOO for all in'' 11.rTo .\-lIuh\'I't :Metntt. theinnevear a (
old of Mr. and :Mrs. O. 1 1Meintt r. ; Top length 7 feet; bottom 1
: :Mananna. Heictimi7Pil the last four months would ,be : son Senator
f Monday at a very '
:! feel C. inches width :
length ,
of South Ridgewrtod avenue, ; top
$ 'raI1o'alluinf' ': houses for smalli ('fllcrnltipotimatl". Ii
1I :
_'n inches; )bottom, width I'l' inches:
was painfully burned about the fact.
and aft. leaving here he i ii
amounts! ii i
II I depth. I feet This gives :JOO gallonscU'actty. '
i reek anleft! Monday ,
I caught parties at Pome .11'! l.eor. and eveningwhile
PALM BEACIL: Thiit -live thousand (expeiimcnting' with The walls "hould )beI inches
| Caryville\ so that after Judge ('a'lpI > an empty!
\ill''' pounds of kmgtish was the Jesuit gasoline drum at his home. Mi. MtriU thn'k.
l I Ull gets: through with hint, I Le : ( a'i
nth.. ch.' of a two-days' catch of the ti.hinJ.out- I > has thecontiact for conveying th" The malt'ri.tluil'l',1! for the vat \
llal't -
to r tir<
l I tits of the Atlantic fish Company afete mails betwen the postollice and the tars, {portland! iement, 7; to 1J! bags:

; I days ago off the Palm Beach coast. railway depot and uses an automobile slid: : :? to ". cubicards; gravel oi 1
MIAMI.-Joan: Hanan. the faiivuifatfin 1'a'" sax I'oat'j'n' retailedi for this puipose. The empty gasoline. :'broken rotk. 1 to :"i ci'bic: yardTtl,> : .:d
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Ii shoe nun, has Imujrht a laitrt i i dilFeieit! : times to handle the haul.Kulgtish drum att ratted Hubert anoll\\' .I1'ol'ltf'oI I ic'mt"' K-twion th" |pen anti vat shouldbe ---- = _
trait of land froi:tiiur the ocean on aie exienhngly: late this a lighted match irto it to :sec what I about! tin fort lo'ig and! tif'i'ei t

:Miami Ifcaihmd within the next thirtv vear' in making\ then appeal\ 'ance offtl.e 0:11.1 happen. fortunately! there '. inches vid''. :\ dnppirg\ pet!' shotiui
1 day-. ;i ('(itrart will !IH' Itt for a I Floiida coast and the lisheimenfoj was not enough; of the liquid leniam11 be made .', bv ."> feet with a rot>ciHe
t $lol.iHin( ostativvliuh :Mr. Hanan will hate weeks \been waiting for the :g i'i the drum to explode' it but the four to ('a'c'i the diipnings :aid: i ,
'I build for a wmti'r H-suli'iu-f. I'lans j light kind of weathei. This catch is'alu.1 ll.ime which i "11l'.i i fiom the openingwas turn them to the} vat. for cal\ s and '
j for the estate'an' iiovncaiuiir oofnjilotiiiii. j \ at a little more than Sii.iMii! ), t'eive: enough to give i II1,0\' -he< p the vat should! I lie a foot Imm."i ,
| i-alliiifr for ore of tli>' finest t ii-s- and' two railroad cars were mtf'-s.uy -din- sneer dtiiiis I.1. I E.: Raw lings and six inches ,lerper.Kerose I Short Term InvestmentsThere
' iili'i.rt-s in this M-ui'iM. :Mr. Hanan, i to ti.i'ispoit the (Ml to the southeiii.maikets was summoned and! dres-id the bums: : emuNiop. 1''U't'! oil.! m i .K::11,!

who his sptIt! the wilh'l' in Miami ill l Kii'inmnd, 1.exington., Baltinn ( and Hubert i is ieoited| to be getting: ( t..i dips anvtVective against hog lin I I ;
apd! th-' adjacent \\ah'I'- mi hi; I'.ousi1- !| >iv and a few other !points wbeie aI"II.el'r well having foit-.mately and! ileus To slake! the emulsion ihI are often times when an individual desires to

I lo.it NirHlah: i suioiintfiidini| ; the ; this variety always,. in demand.ST. failed! to n.hale the Iamr.11:1STINIS.'floe : '. I solve one poa"d "f mnon soap n' a i
MLikmtr of the plans. I .--. I :,:heir of, warm WlIt'l'1:1\ o>ie u.il invest funds' on hand which must be immediately -
Ion of kerosen oil and, mix thorunrhlyI I
i ,.I't'STINi.lfler; \ : : one flf'' ; ; potato harvest: ..d add three gallons of hot vat.' i available however should emergency ,
,, m'itt'm
g to a the mo-t stubborn legal: lights ever whiih represents large interests Thiitysipounds! of soap and :::4; al-I'
jn the Tinll'I\:. \II.\ Mote, f"I.1many arise.
Tampa wagedtn a civil case here, the jury I which nmI.!I... co.isi.ifd. | as will under lil- nf oil will I be K'<|tilled to till the I
years one' of the largest: properj j ill the Dr. S. C. "'"rlt.\, vs the 1'londa way ;at this time; has de\rK>\ptd vat. ('mile ml or crude oil 1\1111,101,1
ty owners in Letlmig rtltion of. tliestate. I I Hast: 'Coast !railway case, brought in'I' the' fact that the secession; of frosts are "'()'Iall\' .tr., tin'. The mal I tar To provide profitable employment! for such money.

li.isold! .,. for some jSJ.'iM.tMin! all : a verdict at inid'iight: !last iiijlit ill : that visited the section in such an ii'ilui'ivdonted ,lip a.'d disi'if"it.tits! girt iroiiil 1"1-1
of his holding' ill Lepslmrg: and S(','- I I The Bank of Starke issues Time Certificates in
i favor of the lailwaj company. This way n February a1 d -alts and also good for sores aid :
tion Tieasin l Island the11'ehkit ,
including ,
| case was a suit for >I lJ'.tMMi! ; and the Mann did a great d-al! of central! 111.I nr. 1 practically desried amount.If
Warnerswith I any .
r.urseru-s, Mutt's: and ![ best legal tale-d was eng.iged! by both I harm. .\1-'0 it i is ,howin! !:' that the} I The eggs or nits of the louse are
about l.OnO.oitO ( itriK trots ofvarious plaintiff and! ..hfl."Jant.h.I': ':. Dun I ruia"titof tul>,'rs cannot be I estimated not tk'stiovel! by dips or oils. They
sizes! and Ins ;yacht LucrotjaIlie ham, Bl"all") \) King weuletained i by the appealan v of the tops, for in's hatch in It) to It days and the voting occasion demands they are readily negotiable by .

retains lien closed his home with place. The salehas i I by Dr. WoiU-y, while the rail \ay company -' '.in, instances tlP"O 1'1',.t letunisait 'Gee i must l le killed immediately or endorsement. If allowed to mature the princi-
a new companyhradrd \
was icpieserted by :MacWilhanisand t""i'.Lr: had f om the finest appear Ih.will leir.f-M the animal. Thl't,1'III'

will by: W. heir Sihmidtt.nt.h"lllin)an l Austnan. Ja: ,.; ,.tt, A, V. S. Smith, i E:, N. Calhoun in" ft..ldIf \\e had had a good rain'hre' four dippings ten days apart will pal plus a liberal rate of interest is paid promptly. -
i tint develop : on a and Messis. Blje: and Blown.: 01 four weeks ago there might \be, required to rid the hogs ,(f li..p,1
I scale.EAU .
! !- The case occupied i.eaily. ten days; of t \I l a ,"nu'what diffeiei.t;, tale to till Repeat: once a_ month thereafter.: I II' .

: (;,\1.1.1".1.: |D. Frin.f\ Eau: I even if that had been the -a-e, the Idle dollars arc unprofitable servants. Set yours to
; ,., would still have been below thei.eiag.
Gallie. former mai'agei of the I Indian: : p
Ricer: Trading ('n., has n-cently COM.structed .j :: ; t TAKING PERUNAi .' to a large degrte. I Happily I work today earning interest at 4 per cent.

a modern and up-to-date !the price holds steady, and it will be I .
,. .1')111-1 'suipiise if it does rot ('\,'n Use.vhen .
try plant on his faim; jut\\ iut ul 0 .1 i
citv limits I i can say mybovels O the buyers realize the t'ut mniinion -
and row has it -t'' 'ked ,
with several 1 hundred!. thoioughbied i iif things.; I BANK of STARKESTARKE
fowl.. He is stalling! with the most t tpr'fUlar II j -- '
!I l'real- White leghoins aid i arc much You get a'l the imporUi rational,

' Rhode bland !Reds: The K.i'i: Collie; state, county news in the Telegraph. t
Poultry Farm consists (.f some tiftton j '

,'(, buildings.with! uell'ettilated tw--l\e, l.rt-fd.nir unistire p'nIt'h anlla\-! I r.iorc retllal'k Drives Out Malaria, nuIlJ..lp System L FLA

:' ing houses The OM Standard general strengthening> tonic
brotiling: house aid hit.h-: fRoV'E'sTASTELEsSchill: TUxiCdrIt out ;

fry. Mv I heart isappetite p Stalaria.enrlchts the .. I ten A true tonic For a,I ills an lihiMrtn SIc

()(':11.1. The watermelon acieage! : .
in the state this S.MSO. is ,.,estimated

between II.Hlltall..! I.OIHI: :ajaiiist: 7-1 +-r13tiiC1', ,,
t la'It tl in I'M I, and P.I.IMHI: in l't15.: ) The W 1'tt",tit% \ I rf-
cartaloupe acu-age probable\ will run [ l'

I..l\\'n less than CtMi any: and urevi-nis! SIN; ",, Mason.V. huh' i isinach}Heavy I !\ :\ Y isr.pich \ WHEN IN STARKE

frosts and dro.ith din ine the month O'f I r t .'
March affetted' both the walt'rll\l'I.n 1 I

and planted cantaloupe, both trops)[IS to ate considerable nrerssarily'extent I Call around and look over my line of Hardware. Farming Implements I

from: two, and to as thl".k mant t fulds,: later had to than 1 I..> j throat is z: r of all descriptions carried in stock. My line of Tools, Plows and Cultiva-

usual. i tors of many different styles, including Disc, Shovel Tooth, Straight [Tooth, j.

MIAMI.-liound from !liisnaivk.i I much better. I Spring Tooth and Combination Disc and Shovel Tooth, is complete. ; 11I

North Dakota, for :Miami i'la.. the : J
houseboat, Everglades, reachedWA\ Mrs William H. 11t tchittie, 20 Myrtle St., Beverly, Mass, I sell the famous Webber Wagons, Mowing Machines, *.

cola before recently to remain about) a week vritea : "I hive taken four bottles of Peruna, and I can say thatit Rakes Hay Presses, Gasoline Engines, Stoves, Ranges, Enamel <
proceeding herovage.. The ,
: deal for catarrh of the head and
his done rr.e a great ct good
owrer, Frank I.. Stiles, tired! of living Ware and Tinware. iIf
tn the North, adopted thi method of throat. I r ;o-r.n'enJ Peruna to all sufferers with catarrh I dot V<

motinp to the home which he will es-: ::A: ih'.r.h! I ever felt rnuuh better I am really surprised: at the

tabIish on a ;Oatrart which hp ,'- -. '- I caa.. I do rot thir.k too much praise can be said for DeWITT C. JONES : !
bought eight mile? from Miami 1 four .
years ago Mr Stiles and his family l'c: 1l.3. \ /
/ eight left Bismarck in the houseboat Those who object to fluid ir.edicir.es: can now procure Peruna : ==:

on Nov S, ion. They traveled: Table l ". _. (r


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onotnno |,0 POLITICAL AN\OU\CEMEST3. ,I pecthy! elicit; year p4l
o= '
0. .OCO.OClO'
I reade r.rzat1 Jase 4th. I prraug u
( ADMITS Q Cards than one inch in tecyta ("2 1 -=-.
not mon ,
GERMANY to I ere t'A ;-e:pie: u t.e :a'a r
Bradford County Telegraph o OPEN LETTER FROM A. D. ANDREWS, CANDIDATE o words I will be published under this beading 1, H.lecuon .m tl'eCta.

t 11 FOR STATE SENATOR TO THE PEOPLE OF BRADFORD frcm dare of rtteipt until the pnrcary election XOOl.
in Jose for 15. A proportionate Additional I urehy: .:.r..r mpsaj
COUNTY.It I charge will: be made for additional apace, fractional i [ : to toe lout tf u a qy ....
J Local and Long Distance: Phone SINKING OF THE part* cf an inch being counted u as er for Distrvr. .SV. 3 (.Effort Coanr J"di: ,OJI'' I

Number 40 inch. Announcement fee are payable! in ad- subject: to the act>:ff :

__ is my opinion that if there ever was a time when our .ar.ce and this rul will. sot be varied. II tfetrd I w at 1: r drt D 1 '
j _. - -- t t of the.yo.e t Brvr "r t .
Published weekly and entered a* STEAMERSUSSEX o offices> ought to be filled with good, conservative business FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT. S T. :
J oI I rr rcctfl!; announce my candidacy for DWG
) second class matter at the post-office ,Q men that time is now. The depression in business caused by o i the office cf Cer! of the Circut Coart of FOR COMMISSIONER DISTil'N TT-

o the European War has made it necessary for all of us o Bradforci County aed solicit your support at 1 I hereby aanou-.ce 11f! vune*.
.t Starke, Florida the primary e:! much of June, 1YI6. I am encouraged to enUf tea I fcdi tnet o CUDt c
-- -- to economize and economy in our public affairs is a* r.e I. f ). .
COMMANDER THOUGHT HE the fattenerote rvteivtd by me at the dutea of the
. E. S. MATTHEWS, EAt r and Owner race by I i were _. to 1
.. needed as individual economy. I mean by economy, the exercise the :ut elcct J sn, at which: time I withdrtwfron have tntd to "r.e tea* interaa 0I '
fl. E. LAGERGREX. Associate Editor TORPEDOED A BATTLESHIPNote the !*
| ___ of care to see that we get value received for our mono .n the party u well u the profftredsupport eX; nnee .I haze I f.1:t rie I Wi ?* .
t, of fnnHs who were ctherate obliralrd Uttr service in f.tar- Sj2
; ey. We cannot shut off public expenditures any more thanwe dur.rv tha: eamfaica.; Thuse !ha'.-raj I su.i. *!":a.t:7: 1"*ln strive to if A,r !r
submarine Commander Did .
>T.\(, PARTY. >aj-< J JN'ot o ;.nrss 9 1h the r.ce will if I am eifettd. fcst for :! eoce.rn.rf. On thia w I "

Act Accordance With D can quit spending money to supply our individual neces- jj '# gin ccurtro at Tee rvceris and : care t
< 1I:1ona:
Ore of trie very plea r.touai function tractions Given Him. o sities. but we can take care that we do not make wasteful 'o ,rd .jjrrviiion shall: C'Vel' be opa to inr;-ct J. L t: D E ,
n *.., fcy ire fi.t.c:; Eesp tfuily.;: I :
? of thfpa.t fortnight was th e and useless .rH.y ahC..Cc Z75.f a candidate
;.'. public expenditures. H. C. RICHARD CoshU Cca.m.t..r- :",.- Disnet fOt .
oajr eurpn** party given by MrsChas. the Caree' I ic.ict 'r:_ 3'.rp = ,
of at !
As member of the House the
A. Mark m honor of the t .:r- WAm: T() !;,,: :' '*:- a I rtrty &-.r.onc myself a cardidae fcrn.scion of the a.--::, ari ...tet d. c,? '
of Cler of Circu maw
to tre o lce tne
last:: ions of State Legislature I undertook at all dei"e -.'-rs :f ;s* ,2ft 1
two :
fourth birthday of hr ;usrar.d, Captain %':'.4-;' ;; new .'. :e. at-kno-A'.rdsr.r.t the >e=: our i 0J-: :. sb;<'co the act on of the Dem(<:-ac !yatj--ty. M M. cairra to the tva{gC

Ch&e. A. M tkr popular: conductor :r- -por.-ib.ity! for the! c--r: ..r:<-r: if o time to prevent useless: expenditures. In thi line it was ;a>-y'. a: the pTr.ary election: to te held dyne -
trfc.- ; t p i" 9'4. P.edjiE* to the pope; of Bradfcdjou.ty fr-i CO

01 the War.r.t* d.viion of :r.e :rc i...sex and prom-iU'.i reparation: : o my pleasure to help defeat what was known as the State I Q con!":tou protcpt and caref':: afer.tu/n I hereby Bli. .lj'ER *DISTRICT a candidate XaT *'_ .
to tie b'.,ir.rts of tit oiic I ..: sv : .
County am-riH. l
Sf-atoard! Air Lire railway.On and announcin the Ti+r.ishme':-.! of the .. n"r cf Datnet '
Highway Bill, which carried a large appropriation that I o .c : tri.sip; rt. E:maker and Hi-rjtcr I r N F
returr.ir from do'\ra town Captwm L.-narine Ij'Ir.2.ndor'a received W T. WEEKS speetfan y
: : : -
a the cf II Ipr.Ti.y
n : the
I Marks was take completely 1 bysurpri.e. : by the State Department ycay from feared would be expended without benefit to the people. I to t hat rn JuM* at t tie and dm -

to t.r/i *h" rojf.Iled: w.th; Ambassador: Grard.The FOR REPRESESTUI'EROl'P; ONE. :f etctad: 'jo cy ( .:, u : p_
', helped to cut out or'the census: bill an appropriation of ten 1", 'he Dr"crat.e Ftctc4: of Bradford Cin- G. E. t ..
frier.dsho hart '<-r. ir.vit-d to f *r.n {, .r.-:...". go'-ernnr.ent ar:= ifs :y. Flo-.da-] : A SURRENC.

the evFning'at: him ard'iak': :Y. in honor of hi-: birthday, 1 but: ht .va- that"he '.ROLP ONE. for rt-rcn-.ina'jon for the off..eef : a cddt
acted :n the: c-t'.It:: was o the: Wayles! claim for one hundred thousand dollar : County C :1 'cn".- of UPr. c f
a'ltirely: equal I to th* occa=ion! andciaickly .r.nr.g on an enemy's warhp. Germany 0 .. Hdz;:t. Broker' and lira P.ver'' and

adap'd hm,..!If to the vista f-ay;. hower.. that: tr.<: .:0'!.- jj and I u-ed: my; eIorts to repeal the law creating the State I p irato- be! *t.d in June. 115. : eeetf.i. :'y so'ic'! t :re uppe.t of the dtrmocnS ..
tion. Pr formed his jld.ae-o h..... Tax the of I te.pec'y: f'ict! the support of a": dim Htt9 .n r1a-y to be bed: on Jon feT
r.a: o : Cummi.-ion.: which costs people a large sum money V and fa.tr.fsl.y: t -. : elected:
; : : : :H to
The '*,..- *r. -ocia. D : '.--a:ic t-cor and prom:.., if ncmr.a>d ar.d d By far
: 'v'rlegcorverE' :-f. : ri'-cly i and did not act :.-. .::L: acordar..e .- suec& .T.jti'cr-r aid to 1
.. _
j without doing a corresponding amount of C1 JJ ::eJ to fi-trfilly: :! rtiseri-sre !hs dit.: ,; cf 'lY e
: ;r.tTJpT.-td; with roll.ckir.p! : : with his .nir.ct.or.;. evenyear > oi.ee JOE HILL WILLIAMS .ei>rt.a.sj :j ,:; tee coy eonvieya

t is. true -.tal music:: and por.es. Barring rr.rJe cecare! = Germar.j'read..- good. :." a.1. -J.. E.ADKINS.I .'

the many gad ftor.es tr.at'HI;: r.esto pay nd-r.r.ty for the Americans !- I rrry a .lw:r.ce r.yself: a candidate "nGrc.p wiea : sr.f.sr.c "
told! and: the singing of Jim M.ch.t-11. : killed i ; ad injured, and :says itwas In the wa.of- economical legislation I worked hard for :; Or.e for rpr **ntatr.e in the San ml .c."r !(In-:rt No to 5 t.-e C.II a of eaaT Con.
Len;;;:aure. 'ut,.etc to the aet.cn of tr.e0: -sin a e;
the mon arnu-ir.jr: a"d rhvenirg: feature deplorable incident"ar.d I ':ate for CountCf rsraisgioner in and
"a is the bill doing away with th* convict lease system in order the democratic y -:mary eleition to be held sutect the laid
; of the: tver.ir.g was the "squaredance" mach regretted cy the I.T.pr.al: l Government on Jsre ':r. I prcm'se: if elected to five care- t btr : :.{n t if. ain Eta of the dmol
indulged! In i by: four or f.ve and hopes: the bred: State that the counties: r.f the State could secure the convicts at a f-I: attention to the livid: tf the oJ.ce and to .pr"la-/.mae to faithIy: chaire I dotia Je

couples of the more frisky member: w-.H:! r.o-A- regard the matter as closed.! .o. nominal cost for road work. 2 u-. ; i:: -rst> cf al eoncerred.D. t-rr ts aZ:;
of the Th-j host with hi;
r party. trjsty
In the session: of 1913 I voted the I I F. MCDONALD REYNOLDS.I .
guitar and ex-Mayor E. E. Car.ovawith BIRTHDAY P\RTY. <$ against unreason- {J)1 AYE .

the vjolin, furnished the music ic able licence tax law that was passed, but it became a law. It I Ia (e tea method of acnoi.r.eu to rte C't1 r.ereiy a:.'tlOtC" myself: a fe-
for the dance and their rendition o! I I izr.i of Bradford county that I a-r. a eand.I the. oi.ee cf Coivy C" !Si candt
"Liza Jar. and ether old favorites A ta-it.:"ul r.Id.-er.: ; :; party: wasone was my pleasure at the 1915 session to help repeal thi I date fcr P.e '-'"r.tate in Group 1. SJbjVet : .c No 5. Ha.-vr If elerted I D
which Mr Sarah Ham- bad.[ to the a.ctk.n of tr.e pnrr.ary ei ; Looney '
showed the t :chnioue of finished ar law. on JLP *'&. If I am ror.ort-d with el'-e- eoutty at lance -n "%*ry dtr&d and
tists. The host called the figures butwas rick gave Wednesday: afternoon from 1 t.on I premise to serve you fa.thfuliy d.cvate- end way therefore economy aik taproiement -

occasionally:: superseded by Mr. N". 4 to o, in honor: of i her young grar.dl Touching taxes in our county, I secured the pasage of I W. G. SEALS. your E:;;: athe"C'Kir? prma-y to

T. Pitch who had do etot, ;. Mater Thomas W. Oliver Jr., j% .1 -- H. D. MAY
jut to a I the
1 1i l a special act at 1915 session! allowing our board of county FOR REPRESENTATIVE-GROUP TWO.
of the calling for the sake of old i j i 0: Sari: .s, Ga., on his sixth !birthday I j p oI I'I I hereby announce myself a candidate in
:i time :: Fifty invitations were issued: and the 5 commissioners to borrow a sufficient sum of money at 6 per GROUP TWO for nomination for the office: of: FOR SHERF. ..

Master; Chas. Marks did the honors host of fairylike children in their l beautiful : cent interest to pay off the outstanding indebtedness that [, j Representative in the Lei;;:'ature from Brad- I >henby ctiflr. to anoc.t office of Sner.ff a eandidtte of tttree 1
| ford county ubjct: to the action of the Dim 1 Bradforicounty
frocks was a lovely picI j ; .
in i-frvir.jr the refreshment, consisting party I have
had accumulated. The in hobble r cf delightful frail punch and assorted I i ture. Master Thomas; Oliver was as- i countswas a -o to speak, )16th. 1S16. I rvspectfally! solicit the support of (|' deavored to fa.thfu.'y:: d-.charge my duties.. .

cakes and later in the eveningt. s .-tau in entertaining by his rar..j. ., and it looked to me like the easiest way out would be the 1 I a:1: voters at said Democratic primary and . Sandwich course. ircthcr Mr:*. Hamnck. Mr.- S'ucx. prcm.se: a faithful dacrave of my duty if Jan aro.a. cf the pcbl. t the extent eu

Those invited to spend the evening Mrs. Hughes ar.d Miss Pattishall.i btt. The hill that I got through the House provided that hererEd w'1!! nomination ai.d el< A. S. CREWS. 'Ci
.. with Cartain Mark were: D. C. Jor.FJ. S He received the guests wearing a the commissioner: could borrow enough money; to pay off 0 I as :Ith.and- ..1: er.dea.cr t ro kttr lm

M. )Iitchel! N. T. Bitch J. H. dainty little "he. hnen =jt. I I To t-" Democratic turn of Bra::! M County: *.. *:.t I r rpeetfy ",et your .. r

Pitch J. E. Wilson. E. S. Iatt :pw;;. The lower floor: of the r.o..p was 5 the outstanding script: and then repay it gradually. This 9, I hercty 5r-,<-y.ce Tirst"! a ca' i da'e for S B. DSNYARK. I '

R. A. Week*. A. M. DariJ\'. W. L. WallB. thrown together, and the living room, would haveaved u-i from having to pay the indebtedness: Gout P.epwnaie Tao and:n r
C. Will.-. A. V. I.onr": H. C. Rich cinir.g room and ml.ic room were d<>c- tne ittrs in the be : -d f .r.-y that I aT. a Land!dae fir !
] all -jr.ir.z pr-"iary to : Sn
! ard. E. E. fjir.o\a. N. .Stfrnberr. T. J. orated in the color scheme of pins: ar.d at once. We could have paid it off gradually and wouldnot : r.. ::1 Ja1ei*.. IK?. I nw.niJ*. if eI! eV-i W''t' r:.
O.ffin.:! C. C. : Dr.t. L. blue. Bowls of exquisite swe-t have felt ito etactful! a'.:..::: on :a :h. d-'ies of tr.e of- xtios to t* held en Jane et1 I respectfully
Li-.sntori. pas do .
: keenly: as we now. Our: tax rate i is f.ce t.. t-.t b-st .cers: ,' t-. r... .cit the .u tart .! all.otes: at the sad
Haynes, Dr. J. P. Tomliior.! and roses were placed on taU le:, man J higher this E. L. CROSBY.> I ru.1 and pr.'tutee a !at!!:; h:CEarse the t.
than it haever
been o
year the
I commis- -
teletc. and tall ferns graced every < : c the o'ce: if I a: C'rd:

I JOUN<: -X.tRB. room. The music:: and dir.ing room C; >ior.er were forced to make a levy to payoff this floating 0 M FOR COUNTY Sl'Pt RISTESDEST. W. J. .',
were !lovely! with lights -haded in pr.k: [U] M i I re,'-.<'*'-::y a.nrcf ir--..-:: a ca9didaF'or --- -- ---- '
indebtedness: : all at once. Under cry bill we could have paid uj I t-e '.-T.ee .0' Sjpr.rv.t: cf School! of FOR 5EN ITOR.
that oft r< :
= tb-
cast; over two icing I hertly e.f:
rays i B-i sirnurce my a candidate for
p A pr'tty wr ddirLr waAitr.tt.Ki at tables wh the little! one mill a year until the indebtedness cancelled. >'o'.r gins ir Mate Seratcr the F.ft. .n -,
; r gue-ts were [G j was no i '"-1 ;frrr.a-y eiecinn; to be h+:ld on the :th of frr : SIr
the home of Mr. ard Mr?. W. S. XabbSaturday seated. In the center of one tai le was In the of Jjr*. I-l.*, ;r'.ed.-.n?; rry-elf.' if t.ected.: tc T'l tnct 'Braif'H co-nty'. !5uc.et t .
evening at about: o'clock, was; the large round birthday cake >- way safeguarding our public ;finance-:: I helped! o'i fathfliy:: d:..crare-e my d'-:i j. cf the d.OrIC .ottrs &Expressed at tinr..Tary

when their :otdauhter! Vlj>hia j with six pink and blue candle! ii tiny I 1 to secure the pa-:raFe of the bill requiring county commissioners O L MIZELL ; :<;lee stiic.t t.L:! to tfe b-e sjppcrt held: : en of June the 6th.votersjst 1refjectfa..y
Victoria was united in marriage to pink rosebudwhile draperies in blue I I ; to give bond, and voted for what is known I I hereby arncunce mys.f: a Candida' fop' said prtiarv a-o prcmte nry f tfa attertian -
Mr. Lewis Lf-\enck John G. W. Lewis as the tie t. cf cffrf f
and pink were knotted a: the chandeliers i the oice cf County S:p. nntndent of Public t : tie : !

::, our justice, performing the cere- and carried to the corners of therooms. budget system, which prohibit boards of county commissioners |! Instruction, ;subject to the! action cf the dcmocra'ic e D. .ANDP.EHS.

mony in his own impressive way. Only j In the center of the other ta- from i pnmary election to t* held on Jan To the ten
making -f
expenditures that have not been provided 6th i>iS. I r p-ectfally solicit tae support Dcotic BrJrr County:
near relatives were present. The'bride 'Lie was a basket (.f exquisite pink O !lof the tors at said I anrosremy cand1scv attired in jj for in the tax levy. This law is thought ; pnmary.I Senator from Bradford County If elected I
was becomingly II sweet peas resting on a Cluny lace by many well n I F. .\. SCOTT
gown of gray, the groom in a conventional : mat. Many beautiful gifts were re- informed ircm; you a f aitl performance of zy duty.
:, pccived persons to be the best law that has ever been enacted I hereby feeeetfup:: ,
o announce myself candidate
black. for
the host.
Mr. and Mrs. Johns are favorites i' Below by is a young poem written by his j I 11. for safeguarding our county finance I am inclined I.r.t In office triction.cf County subject Superintendent of Pub DR W. E. MIDDLE-TON.

with their many acquaintances and the I j grandfather and received by the young, to think that a similar law governing appropriations by the I i'I dmocat.e pnmary on Jute to the 6th action 1915. of PledI the?- I MEMBER tale SCHOOL method BOARD DIST. NO. 1
best i-hes of host of friends I erg to the : I tli to thane the voten at
II a g O host on the day of his birthday:: people pronr.pt. courteous and care- Brsdfcrti ftta

i with this happy couple on their voyj j i That Baby Boy. i. legislature would be a good thing. If I am elected! to the i I i ful v..p*dsrach t fujy:; solicit of then the bosines if et.ctEd. 1 ', have maniftteiHard:eouc'y me confidence in rv-etctini! that :lies Be ,

f.ya over the "matrimonial seas.' I ( By Geo. C.. Looney i iI'c'e ij I II J Senate I shall give this matter consideration at said pr.n-.ary. support E. R. POPPELL.of the vote tg M for the nine.! office of Mmr of the School Bt .
3 term: in - A FRIEND
l Brooker, Fla. .j That never wasn't seen born a a baby kinp.boy I 0 i While it does not come within the power of the legis- n ( r hertby announce myself for re-election to .-olicna-myself on cf i n candidate any cf T.y for:'.. th eD'announce

r The ruler of a family, I o, lature of our State to have anything to do with national is- I i I of the Bradford otTice: of County SupennUndent and of Schools jbect to she. r&- r.l. election in k., 11 I
I FOR PIG CLUBS Though a'fry little thin?: II sues, I may say that I favor the great reforms worked out by 0 your xotes m the Jane primary.reEyeetfily It !elected.solicit I I wht refer will rry be pi-t rcy nerd as e-forts an evidence In school as U
He te the first that ill tarn.t ml 1
must endeavor to hold and
r increase the the
, II our Democratic administration. great tel I f.t"r. L. W. KICKLITER.
Especially do I favor the irrowth tf
: Comes to bless his! doting dad. our school in rrsuly: and beceub i -
;. .t Deeming the development of the live While love still fills the cotta e. new currency law, through which many millions of dollars to the children cf the county.F. To the Voter*--Th.-fiends of J C MeEae l.

{ stock: of Florida the most important And nothing's going bad. I Ii Iid were deposited in the banks of the South to help move the G. SCIIELL. School be-eby Beard.announce hH a candidate for. .mb
I DI.t"t
F : No i 1 -Stare .
subject before our Committee, we have cotton last fall. FOR TAX COLLECTOR. i to the lubj
3 i I crop This resulted in a large advance in the pnmary ,: <-' >=> jane 6. l9i j. '
t-liminated all other propositions an He owns the whole domain, o.. i wrety announce myself a candidate for :
j I| concentrated on the following resolu- i With his parents both thrown in; jj I price of cotton. If we can have good state legislation to goo I II no-t'It'Ct1on Bradford l : for the o"T'ce: of Tax Collector! for MEMBER SHOt'L BO.UtD PIST. NO. I !
He has his of soldiers I along with the national reforms State 0 county subject to the action of the To the Voter.-Iherehy; announce my eaudSi
tions troop our ought to continue I Democratic
: which of June
we unanimously passed 0 pnmsry 6. ls16, and pro.mie |i (lacy for member jf the of Pubb.In-
and upon which we now a=k fat I| Mad up of painted tin. to grow and prosper.In if >lectrd to give the office my tame and ';tmction. from District Bar. subject to the
your the people: '
!i' And a hobby horse he rides 11I my Sertcie. Resp'ectfully rorr.mat.on cf the; pnmary. If successful I
{ arable action. While his soldiers march on foot: making my campaign for election to the House of B. M. DOW LING. pnmL-e to u my very best efforts to advaneeithe
' First resolved that the of Representatives I promised the I cause of education in Bradford county.
: HP has a horn to rule the camp. people would use my I take th:a method of lour .
: .
the ctf ;
to rwE iy sowcited.X.
J each county be requested to jointly With its constant awful toot. I energy and cast my vote always for their best interests I C'tizens of Bradford county that I am a candidate .1 frt : E.

provide a fund from which to make. kept the faith. One that I for the office of County Tat Collector. ROBERT
0 particularly remember to subject to the will of the : I wish .
loans to members of the With one hand in daddy's eye! voters at the dem Ii t say o the votes of Bror ;
Boys' Corn 0 ocratic
have been primary to be hunts
hair.'Ile jj largely instrumental in accomplishing the : held on June 6th. ID ( I ana candidate for :
in mother's
And one was I III
Clubs with which to purchase purebred making thu announcement I refer to my rec: j I as a member of the board of Public {
pigs.ti' constantly reminds them o defeat of a movement to do away with the State Farm in Q ord as treasurer of the county and promise ''fcr District S.) :' and i elected I promos .

I' That they're a happy pair; U I this county and buy a small but high-priced A the same careful attention to the otfice of col .thful senice to one and I .
parcel of land in lector if I .u
Resolved further, that this provision i When mother's bathed his har.d.-ome o I am honored with election |I i fly solicit your support mp
apply only to those members who face, Marion county to be used as a convict farm. To have done G. W. HAZE j mary o June Ivlt. Thanking you for p
complete the Corn Club work and who And baby locks has curled : i this would have meant a heavy loss to the taxpayers, because I hereby announce-myself a candidate for I|r i0"J._ E Dl'GL

agree to keep a pig under the rules She sees in him a presidert or ruler the property in this county would have been sacrificed. Be- ty.the subject office of to Tat the Collector of Bradford coun- I II MEMBER SCHOOL BO.\R DIST. SOl

and regulations formulated by: the of the world. I fore the convening of the legislature I heard that the corporation 6th. iyi*>. and solicit Dtmocratic the support Pnmary of the of Demoeratu Jane- j I I re-election I hereby as ar.rwunee Member of the School I Board fo ';. "-

County Farm Demonstrator. owning the Marion county lands voters. J. VERNON JONES. I! District No. 3. subject to the action of ttai J
On Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up System : was agitating move- democratic primary election U held a
of this 2 to
. resolution
your passage i' ment of this kind. At my own I visited FOR COUNTY JUDGE. i i Jane 6th. I re pectf of
.' full The Old Standard general treoglbemne tonic 0 expense several of 0 I hereby :ally solicit: the sap&ort
particulars of announce
County Bank myself u a candidate the vcttrs at sid
GROVES TASTELESS chill TONIC, driret out the members-elect and made them for I i election.
! '1 g acquainted with the situa- 2 re-election I to the office of County Judge pnm1 .
ers Organizations be I FOGG.I
can perfected .
M lri .ennchM the Mood indbuildsaptheiyttea. tion. As of Bradford county, subject ClLY
a result of this to the action
'.. and the terms of agreement between A true tonic. For adults and children. Sic II preliminary work tt were able to the Democratic pnmary June 6th. 11$. and of i, nereby announce
myself candidate
defeat the a fu
I the movement when it was brought before promise if elected to give the I the caste of
barkers and members of the Boys' the legis- tention tame daily: at- Mtmher of Board of Public II

Club for the care of pigs, will be sent ffffftfffffffff'I II lature and our county still has the State Farm. U to in the the duties pat of the office in the future ,. strjction tin of the for Djt-ict. t. subject lo the .
conns If elected I -
, to each banker by the Hon. C. K. Mc- I tried always to look after the interests of our ex-Con- GEO. A. GARDINEILI I I ... cctwcientiou., p.mry.IICt in the interest jromB. ofthe ._

Quarrie Florida Agent of the United + CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING J federate soldiers and the widows of those of them who have hereby announce-myself a candidate fo rl.u.t I I j I I i county your and the. Jtnct. and therefon to- .;

I States Farmers' Co-operative Demonstration ,, 2 passed I believe the office of County Judge and SUN'r that TKUBY
n away. we owe to these respectfully soj i :
i Work, now located at Gainesville + + + + + + + + + + + + + + '4j 0 women the best that good men and 0 i j licit the support of the voters at the democratic _--- PIUOLTR
, o we can do for them. o pr.mal'7 election to be held on June 6th. I FOR TAX
f. Fla. I have always been an advocate of believe I did my duty when I hvld: the office To the e:tizeru of ASSEtoR;- :
For Sale before
Exchange good roads
or and If I
am elected I
Signed C. A. Carson i j : again I hall give an express rt> sincere and appleelation
ed natld
't ; to get the convicts the honorable and conscientious for
: Geo. R. DeSaassure FOR SALB Porto Rico potato draws, on roads so that we could get our dutira of the office. discharge cf the in the the.r i conldrtol 1j
I road all T. J. DEKLE. past
Z. C. ChamblissW. ?1.25: per 1.000. M. M. )Moody: II graded at a cost that we can afford to pay. When 11 i 1 -- .-- -.- port in the firtheoftung! dm.r your conla.'U pnm "

. F. RlackmarI Stark" Fla. 5-5-3t. ; the time comes for building hard-surfaced roads I will be i I hereby FOR COMMISSIONER DIST. NO. 1. Ml'Ctcn Taus for the (.tICo of r -l
announce that I Should I will
-- --- -- found am a candidate for anam U elected you
C. A. Hardee j FOR SALE-Comfortable house wit h '. in line with any movement that we can afford. o vidtrce County Ccmmiact oner for District No. L Pro- a."'a>s find me on tie job ready to give the ;;
Committee 2 At the session of 1915 I favored and Palestine voting prvcineu. I rarnest.y best !service of I am i
' ; eight rooms and bath and 314 acre i 10 what is known as the Q : solicit the support of the voters cf the ; Very :ta.ble..

Agreement I5et fn Members of the : lot in Hampton. Reasonable term pi School Inspection Bill and if I am elected to the Senate I dtftnct duties ,of pledging to faithfully discharge the ( N D.tr WAINWRIGHT: 4
f J'Jj Club and __ __ Trustee shall introduce the office: if elected.! .
-- ; a similar bill. I
: Write Mrs. Annie E. I
t i Young, Harr.p- J. J. BL.1CKWELDERI I hereby ate ur..e myself a c"n4i>'aM for the
, J JI
r -.-_ 191 a i ton Fla. 3Sltf.FOR : A Ai A great deal of the most important work is -- :rice of Tax .Vsefwr of BraJur county. r> :
This ih to certify that ..hasyxini n__ committee done in the hereby announce m>",e!. a candidate for re jest to the iHrntrrrtic to be )kd
.rooms. 1n fact, practically all of the election to the offiae of County Commi JJn 4 1 16. and -arnestly! so'icit: : the supportf 1.
t the Pig Club in.... S.U.E-Iy place in WateroakI l legislation important for District No 1 'Providence >iont e r the DerrocatJvoters
i IS shaped in and Palestine": at aid
b.. Cvurty, and has agreed to follow! the j I section on Sanderson road 40 acres, these committee rooms. At one session Dunrv my incumbency I have endeavored ill lledkir.gnvel'. it t to give in prun&return r
,tI.,. 101'jf.'f ,j truction.s of the County i 1 35 improved. 30 stumped, well ditched corn-2 I had ti and were promtee fat .f:j.. '.f y for !the ir.tf-es' of my d.ttrict. ir and faithf J r ICt!. Rcsptct'j'lv.J F
I./ -''.vr.tratJon Agent with to all inside good wire fence good i'1 it to tr.tf t......,.t. r.i ".,,v -u.i....._to. -continue- -L to. trve C BYRD. .
respect i -- au.
dwelling, tenant house and outbuidU! Now fellow ;; ....:icit jour ; ouj inenriore retectfally FOR SUPERV! itR OF REGISTRATION. -;
tit (2111"f citizens I have support at the
which has teen given ? coming :
,1 'jt.ipig i ings, good water telephone, mail ev1 you as best I can in a prmary A. H. WILLI.\ S. I am a cnd.. t.. f., re-election to th offi-
j/u/iiiiM'j +.)' H" ery day. Pecans Peaches, oranges, hurriedly written letter, a report of my work in two sessions -FOR-------- --- of sur rviwr cf ietrwtralicn and thank

t> Tr!,; ''..t.- for certain banks in_ etc. For terms see or write J. E. that I have served in and some idea of the I hereby COMMISSIONER DISTRICT. NO. :. the \'otel. at the coming primary for tbeirsupKirt.
policy I announce the
shall I
myjtli gain to
a\'p careful! attention
: Jj tf- club !..*.r..r fails to follow the Wair.right, Route Xo. I, Starke sue if you favor me with election to the Senate. In pur- Butler County,Commissioner for district a candidate No. 2 Lake fr duties of this dlc.in the pat and will eontmue 'tf
j/.etr uttiofie th.- ( Fla. 5-lLMt. concluding and respectfully solicit to do I fir awtktterm. 1
'J 'our.ty D<"nonstra- I I the support of 5 i am elected
0 may say that it has been ambition the voters of the district 1i
my for KNIGHT.
- - --- several at the A.
. tivi Av't cr f.. the years coming pn- C
ylt"! pig any to mary. If elected .
I 1
I am closing out my business. Now P represent you in our State Senate. If 0 duties promise to dscbarKe the - :
.tt way that VkiJJ .'jpair proper growthai you honor me by of the office :impartially and I! FOR COVSTAhLE NST. VO. I.
is the time to to have t
get clothing and gratifying the
o my ambition I shall not neglect % interest of all: the people I this -nttfiod of to the
it-\t-kf.H.e" the always tt
d i County Airfntu.ay M. Leviton. your at heart .nDOU'411
at cost.
betray R. J. citizen* of that I am a for *
' your trust. I could ANDREWS. Lwtey. .andidt
F tote iJ.t p.y.IIf..j ,ji>[>ov of it in i j not well vote against anyinterest Con-:able Ro ?or District X. I"bj ;*

; the LH' Way V> "' fuf.. th- 'bank. In' AN IDE.tI, SPRING LAXATIVE : of Bradford county without voting against interests County I hereby announce myself a candidate for i 1 to tn action r. ti* primary eVction t ,:
and the interests mv own Commissioner in and for Dmrict !td on June et'u 1 -pectfu !y ask 7011 r i
I lOi.i-i'i'iati'vw d *1 e vr.fidtT.r placed'jn of my own family. I 2: j A good and time tried remedy is Dr.I am engaged in the and Worthmirton) and respectfully pr mle faithful at'ntion t
H. I I i I mercantile business and in solicit the support of the office if I am ales"d. J. LOWERY.
*, ojfrtt /fcy Kirg's New Life Pills. The first dose farming. )1\0 brothers and the democratic voters at | H
'fr.sut ,,1t1. II /M/r.ths from date kinspeople primary election: to be held on FOR CONSTABLE DIST. NO. f
In : June j .
I will the sluggish bowels stimulate and man 6th. I promise if I I
move 0 fe a great }" of my closest ful and elected to give care-i respectfully ncunce to the e.w1 o
1 \101ft i/.tetert it irly rr tttfren the liver and clear! the system: of (0 J friends are interests are the office.conscientious attention to the duties of JtarKt district No 6, that I am a cnd,.
so intermingled g C. \. the ,
illc. the with ROBERTS. office >f Coostable: in and for
: ;| carte and bloom impurities. You owe 0 interests of the the whole county I j district. I I am 'elected I ..il give c.1. '.

it yourself to clear the system of'; can be trusted to K to do K think I 0 1 date hereby fur announce myself as a candi-1 I atttntwn th duties of the office

:ILL..twrt I.f d'41J "....".11) I j body p0ii'ons. accumulated during the : To serve what is best in Commissioners the office District of County No. Commit ones I : JACOB J. JOHNS.-
2. -- '
Tl.i3 ..frullot.I.t, "I.HI prop'rly : wir.U-r. Dr. Kirg's New Life Pill aim and I shall you faithfully and zealously I will be mj' highest Lake Butler and Worthington Strings comprising voting I!I FOR COl''YSlREOR'- --

I'I-J t ..IY tI..I, i/...".lkr e, ll-.t.d will do it. 25c. at never cease to be grateful to you for district.oters subject to the will of the democratic i I hereby my".f cadiJlt for
|, your Druggist.: (1) ,, your at the pnmary to be held re-election for
support on June 6th June 6. 1916. to I'M oZx r
f tl.e County: Dtnidattatitn AJ't""t'i I Very respectfully: of If elected! : will faithfully discharge the dutiv Bradford county .I am again .eVaell! Wr

Iccomes an trJu' for tl.t fcrr>'jr.t i Furnished cottage at Kinp<:lev lake I 0 .-\. D. ANDREWS the office. W. R. ALDERMAN Jr. j i this duties office I wi:. a I 1 the past.1:
i ..n.t.'I 1 t//.- 11... for rent during June. J. F. Kickliter.! Q Paid AJ'.ertse ment. Candidate for State Senator. 0'' 1 FOR COMMISSIONER. DIST. NO. 7. I fear IcCrinj. to The the support survrtin of tae laws\o\tn >u

OS>:=0' 'OCOL ono n 1 hervty ann jnc* myself a candida'e f"r. the coming primary pectfaIy eolltitSL
ono: JOta wmm.loner fur the 3rd D liL-. : and I I .: ( :. iZLU.

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DEATH OF C. A. JOHNS. 1 the Baptist faith, cheerful, patientand MR>. HESTER KITE DEAD I arriving at the graveyard a numerous 'li
I charitable, traits which made her company of mourners were awaiting --tt'
warm friends. the procession they had from t
t9) Well Known Citizen Obeys the Final: I Well Known Lady Breathed Her La!>' t ; come .
The interment Waldo .
Bits of LocalInformation I ;; at Kingsley cemetery ,. Hampton and Orange Heights, ,
Call i Ii! : the funeral services being de Monday Morning for the deceased had a very large relationship .
ferred until the fourth Sunday of this I in this and Alachua coun-

Mr. C. A. Johns, well known all over i month. I: Monday morning the new.prtad ty. Rev W. G. I..aof the First
i the county as "Colonel" John, died that Mrs. Hester; Kite had breathed I Baptist church of Starke, conductedthe ;'
: DEATH OF WALTER THOMAS i i obsequies. The offerings of flowers
at his home in Raiford Friday May her last, and while the announcementwas I
of diseases'! not unexpected it came as a shocka brought from near and far was ."
5th of
I L a complication
Omr P.. '.. 2J.IMNI ..1
CMaHPft/rtJ I the probably the most profuse in the history :
t against which his constitution enfeeb- Walter, of I > deceased was known by everyone .
12-year-old Mr. and
rryN,4 in tkt Ctunty m4 r...... son of funerals in this vicinity. The 4
led by old ape could not battle suc Mrs. E. M. Thomas, died at his home j and until quite lately had evinceda details of the funeral in the ,
cessfully.Mr. in the eastern part of Starke Friday, I remarkable vitality ard sprightliness were
hands of Funeral Director D. C. Jones
.. Johns was born in Georgia May 12th, from a serious rheumatic .( ,
about 76 years ago and came to Flor- complaint which he had suffered fora I' Mrs. Kite was a daughter of the late Besides the sons and daughters ,
I Louis H. hill, of Lawtey, was in CARD OF TII.\ KS.I ida with his parents while a youth. month.In !' Mr. and Mrs. Levy Johns and was I mentioned the deceased leaves one sister '
Mrs. W. G. Green of Waldo thirtyfive
town Monday They settled on New River, being pioneers his home life he was very kind born on Santa Fe pond, west of Hamp -
I i ton, 75 years At the of thirteen grandchildren and twenty-four 1
We wish to our sincere of the county. Until recent and manifested a disposition to co-op- I ago. age -
express appreciation great-grandchildren. A host of oth-
. Davis Thursday in the deceased lived New erate with the rest of the she was married to Mr. BenjaminKite.
W. Ellery spent I I of the kindness shown us at years on River family to er relatives and friends join them in
lusiness. where ho owned fertile farm advance the interest of the They lived near Santa Fe pond
and did
Jacksonville on I the death of our little boy. The presence a
the of .
mourning death good
i I sympathetic expressions and successful! farming, but of late years When he was sent on an errand he at- I I for many year, then moved to Sampson a woman.AMERICA'S
I. A daughter was born to Mr. and I I beautiful flowers, showing love and he had lived at Raiford. lIe was twice tended to it promptly and intelligently. lake Mr. Kite owning most of the i 'ItI '
married his first wife In his school life I, land between the two locations and I YOUNG: MEN MAKE
i Mrs I' E. Canova Monday. honor to our dear boy, and tender loving ; was Miss Cary he was promptin
-- i I j sympathy to us will never be for- :McKinney, a sister of Col. M. L. McKinney his attendance, his deportment was i: being a large cattle owner. In 189.; I POOR SHOWING
Re\ John Mullady, of Hampton .I gotten. of Lake Butler and his second commendable, an earnest attentive they moved to Starke, buying the B.I' .
was in Stark1 Wednesday.Major :i We especially! wish to thank Dr. A. wife is a daughter of :Mr. Wm. Whitehead ,'student. Among his playmates he Smith place, now owned by L. A.
va\'is. According to figures made publicby
II. Freeman, who spent practically the I of Lake Butler. No childrenwere manifested a disposition to make any I
John Croft, of fake Butler: :I entire night with us and did so muchto born to these unions and the deceased sacrifice that was necessary to keep I To the union was born twelve children the war deportment, during the
visitor to Starke Wednesday.' relieve the suffering of our darling being the last of his family, he peace among them. During his sickness I : seven sons: Messrs. James DavI first: five days after President Wilson's
was a boy during his last hours, which I leaves no near blood relations. he loved his books, and in look- I lid.I' Robert Silas, Benjamin, Perry and authorization of & 'J'J.OOO army increase -

Jacob Bundel has left awtey and I meant so much: for us while we watch- Mr. Johns was an honest kind- ing over the sacred songs he selected Archibald:Mesdames Kite and five daughters, :2.42G; applications were re-
returned to his first love Sampson i ed him go. and showed us plainly that hearted and! jovial man, much liked three as his special favorites, not ley Hettie Lizzie Gardiner Roe Avey William Stil- I ceived. Of those only 555: were ac
Hicks Ada
I I he had more than a professional interest and respected, and his death is a sad manifesting any consciousness of his cepted. The reason why such a large
son and Lela Austin. All of the children !
early death, but being favorites -
I in his little patient.I blow to his many friends as well as as special ':propotion of the
nty.B. live in Starke young men offering
lIe or vicinity except
was patient in his
I and Mrs. E. M. Thomas andFamily. his widow. very
R. Witkovt-ki, of Jacksonville, sickness:, not murmuring or complaining. i :Mrs. Austin, who lives in Jacksonville. 1 themselves for military service failed '
was in Starke Saturday renewing ac I The interment took place Friday afternoon He will be very much missed in 1 In 1900 Mrs. Kite became widow, I I to pass the physical tests calls for
quaintances. at the :McKinney cemetery on his home and community and we can't and since then she had been keeping .investigation.GEN.GRANTSAID.
No. 666 will Chills and FCUT.
cure N'euRiver, Rev. F. B. Johns: of Ftarke
; understand why one with such brightpro.i : house for Perry and Archibald Kite, ____ _
State Attorney A. V. Long is awayon I It is the mot: speedy remedy we know. a nephew of the deceased conductingthe for
I >ects the future should betaken i litho are unmarried besides busying
a special duty, assigned; to himby, .services. A largo concourse of away in his youth, but the Lord j herself with performing good officesto
the governor. i Now is the time for stocking up on friends followed the remains to their I knows best, and it is for us that are her other children as well as anyone I i \
I dry goods, clothing, !underwear! ,. shoes last resting plac: living to be reconciled! to His providential -1; else who needed her help or sympathy e.
Mr. J. M. Mitchell has as guestsat I hats etc. I am selling out for the rulings with us, knowing that Until about six weeks before
her home this week Mrs.: Dowling sake of Going out of business and MRS MINNIE SMITH He worketh all things together for her death she was never known to be I "LET US SMOKE IN THIS

and daughter, of Odessa. no reasonable offer will be: refused. M. I pood to that that loves Him. i I ill, and she could be seen in all kinds WORLD NOT IN THE NEXT."
I fviton. Mrs. Minnie Smith, wife of :Mr. The internment took place at Cros- :I of weather on her way to someone .
Mrs. W. B. Ryals, of Jacksonville, Pace Smith died at her home east of i by cemetary Saturday, Rev.: W. G. I i who needed cheering up or assistance.
spent Saturday and Sunday with her BENEFITS REMEMBERED.In Starke Saturday, :May 3th, of heart i Law conducting the obsequies. The During the last two weeks of her
daughter, Mrs. B. C. Willis trouble. I pall-bearers were chosen from his j life her vitality was so low that death Smoke the Old Reliable

these days, when so many try to"do" The dE'ceased'a:; a daughter of i former playmates and were, Paul was expected any moment, but at
The family of Mr. J. F. Kickliterare the other fellow, it in refreshingto Mr. and Mrs. D. Y. Silcox and was i Canova, Oma Clark, Thomas Lim- times, through great effort of will, "
spending some time at their su'flrrier note such happenings as the following born in Clay county November 7, 1879. baugh Joe Wainright. Augustine Long she would summon power to speak to "A. P. H. CIGARA
home on Kingsley lake. : About fifteenyears ago she was mar- and Harry Canova. The singers were those around her and smile. The best .
Mr. F. P. Shaffer has received a letter ried to Mr. Smith and six childrenwere Misses Emma Darby. May Warren medical talent was employed to pro-
Miss :Margaret Boston, of from one Mr. J. P. Hamilton of horn to them four boys .Yulf'e, and Louise Bessent. The floral offer- long her life and all of her children ( Pure Havana) ,t
wick, Ga., spent several Bruns'I'I )Madison Fla., stating that in 1905( Alfred Lucian and Charles Edwin, ings were profuse and exquisite.The vied with each other to make her com. '0\\
week with Mrs J. P. Tomlinson.Mr. while Mr. Shaffer was a health officerat the last named being only three weeks bereaved parents have the sincere 'i fortable, but her constitution was worn -
Valdosta, Ga., the writer, who was old; two daughters. Ethel and :Myrtle.Of I. sympathy of all in their sorrow out by long years of active life and Made by the
and Mrs. L. A. Yates of Tallahassee stranded there and anxious to go to other near relatives the following I I she must answer the summonsof the
were wt'ckend'isitors at the Quitman. Ga.. where he had a job, mourn her loss: Her husband her..:, J. F. Canova was in Jacksonville I angel of death. I
home of Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Freeman.Mrs. lacked 29 cents in having enough to mother Mrs. D. Y. Silcox, three brothers Monday. i The funeral ser'icwas preachedat
pay for his ticket and that Mr. Shaf- Mossrs. James L.. D. L. and W. L.I : the late homo of the deceased, at iSTARKE CIGAR CO. I
T. E. Strange, of Palatka sister fer loaned him that amount and treated Silcox. three sisters :Mrs. .1. A. Ellington -' The QuinIne That Does Not Affect The head ',the foot of Orange street Tuesday I t!
of Mr. J. Kickliter, was in town him to a mal besides., On the re Misses Nellie and Acidic Silcox, I Because of its tonic end laxative: effect. LAXATIVE morning by ReF. B. Johns. The Ii i
Saturday to attend the funeral of the 'cipient's request :Mr. Shatter gave him all of whom have the hearty sympathyof I j BRS.: ()QriNI.NKis; better than ordinary remains were escorted! to their last GEO. L. MASSEY, Prop.,
late Walter Thomas. his name and address on a piece of all in their bereavement ,I i n"I."n Quinine in a.head d lots Kerat-mlHt not causrrrviir.the In1! n.imc anj ni-r resting placo. Santa Fe riond cemetery, I STARKE FLORIDA.
paper, but the: paper was lost until a :Mrs. Smith wa a true rhri.-tian (,f iQ>11 lot the -.. 11 'irr 11 ,'. V. f.K I ':i- ?ir i i by a large procession of mourners. On
:Mr. Cliff Chancey who has been a I few days ago, when it was found, and
( valued member of" the Starke High :Mr. Hamilton immediately wrote Mr. -,- -
School ball team has joined the DixieLeague. I! Shaffer offering to pay his indebtedness : ,
as soon as he knew the amount
I, would! reach the creditor.Mr. I I From a PEDDLER or

has Mrs.lw' fn N.here E. Mahone fur some Valdosta time looking, Ga.; ,:I I the incident. Shnffor: but had the forgot letter made all about him, I II ; Where Will)) You Buy Your Range? From Your DEALER?

after her }property interests north of ,. glad as anything does which gives us I f
faith in our fellow men. The smallness I

Starke. I i i of the 1 C'ltt.hows all the more ++++++++++++++++++++++++++ THE FEDDLEK-WHO IS HE?
the honesty of the debtor. J + : 3 !
Mrs Finder who has been a guestat I : + You don't know: don't know whe!e he came from. 0: ;
the home of )Dr. and :Mrs. J. P. I II WARNING + y -
Tomlhison, has returned to her homein I No 666 will cure Malaria or BiliousFever. + where he will go after he leaves you. He has no interest in )

Valdosta. j i ._ It kills the germs.I t The unsuspecting farmers + your !locality. PAYS NO TAXES. All you know about his '

l t Who didn't hear our call .+ range, and the responsibility of the company who makes I't'h
of the out entire stock and But paid enormous prices ; : I
The regular monthly meeting am selling: my t
: what he tells And in cases the company he claims
you. many
For plain and small
Civic Club has been postponed until am going out of business. Now is the ranges
next Wednesday afternoon, :May 17 time for bargains. M. Leviton.Dr. i Repented, when we showed 'em : to represent don't make the range at all-they are mad for ._

at three o'clock The error they had made + them under contract. ,
In buying of peddler + I e i
; Turner will be in Starke Satur-
; : The forty dollar grade : In order to overcome your natural objection to buying -
Leviton's sale is the most genuine day and Sunday of each week prepared -
I going on. He is going out of businessand to serve you, if in need of dental + And paying about eighty + from a stranger, he will offer many inducements, and tell you
While careful
bought f
buyers +
wishes to sell out quick. Excellent services. 4-2R-tf.1 +: Finer, larger stronger ones + many plausible things. -,
goods at your own prices.Mr. I 1
For what "feller" ought. : He may fay you can have as long as you like to pay for (D '
TE.fHEnSnE.. i Profit by this lesson, friends, + '
and Mrs. J. M. Rising left Wednesday WHERE THE An' keep "yer dog" about t your range, that the paper you are asked to sign is only a
for their summer home in Phil- + Don't believe him-IT'S A NOTE and have F'
+ Or the peddlers !ill "get yer""Ef + receipt. you'll i
adelphia. Their many friends look for Prof. )r. I*. Neal, principal of the t yer don't watch out. t to pay it when due. __ 1
their Starke next fall.
return to Bradford County High School, l left I

last Wednesday for Atlanta, wnere ne MORAL: + He may say he will board out some of it, or take your old 1Fj4J = Itl y II r
Mesdames W. M. Hop- and MaWlStarlirg will spend the summer. Prof. S. S.
and children, of Tampa have Dowling also left Wednesday for visitin t BUY OF YOUR DEALER 11 range: in part payment. It's absurd. He would not know

been spending some time with their Waycross, G?. Miss Ix ola Faulk + what to do with your old range if he had it, and when his sale

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Silas Kite. left Tuesday for her home in Dothan, ++-t 1111+++++t 111t+4MHi4t+ is made, he'll get out of the country as quickly as possible. Cabinet Range
Alabama. Miss Frances Clark has
Mrs. Wilson and little son of Jacksonville gone to North Carolina to spend the lie may say that his range is as good, or better, than The South Bend Malleable. Tell him if this were true responsible dealers would! handleit.

are guests of relatives in summer with relatives. Miss Jean Who ever heard of an article of true merit being peddled? Invite him to bring his range over to your dealer's and place it besiJe The South

town. Mrs. Wilson was formerly Miss Teaguc has gone lo her home in returnedto Ocala. Bend Malleable. Tell him if after comparing it with your dealer's range you find his range the best you will buy it. Take our word for it thisis
here. has
Alda Griffin and is well known Miss Blanche .
her home in Geneva and Miss Miriam the very last thing he would care to do. '

s W. R. Strickland a former Lawtey Ross has gone! to be with relativesin He may say it costs more to make his range-that's why it sells for more. Remind him that poor business management: in manufacturing ,

t grocery and market man, has moved South Florida. and expensive marketing can increase the cost of any article without adding to its valu,,". to.
to Starke and opened a well stocked

", meat market on Ninth street, near the Dry goods, notion, furnishings, YOUR DEALER-WHO IS HE?

s depot. going clothing out, shoes of business, etc., at and cost.am closingout I am You know him, he's your neighbor He pays taxes and is a respected and useful citizen. You know if he did not handle goods of real merithe

o Owing! to an avalanche of matter my stock. Here is your oppor- would fail in business. For this reason you know he has satisfied himself as to the merits of The South Bend Malleable before he would agreeto

for publication that struck us this tunity for bargains. M. Leviton. handle them He don't have to make unreasonable promises to make a sale. lIe knows you will find it out if the range is not all he represents

week, we were compelled to leave a it to be, and you will know where to find him if it is not.

part of it out, but it will appear in our e: How's This ., He will let you take the range home and use it. He knows you would not let it go out of your house after giving it a trial.

next. We'offer One Hundred Dollars Re- He will show you that The South Bend Malleable outranks the peddler's range at every point in design, material and construction.He .

The Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist ward for any case of Catarrh Catarrh that will show you that The Patented Keystone Copper-Bearing Aluminum-Fused Flues represent the greatest protection known against rust,
be cured by Hall's
church will meet at the home ofMrs. coal gases and corrosion. ,

T. N. Limbaugh Tuesday, May Cure. He will show of such The South Bend Malleable be sold at reasonable Hell tell the largest
16th at 3:30. Members are requestedto I F. :J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo 0. you why a range high grade as can a price. you oG -
attend.A We the undcrslKr--3. have known F. J. exclusive range factory in the world; of its modern equipment in machinery, designed and made especially to build :Malleable Ranges; of

Cheney him perfectly for the honorable last J5 years In ,all and business believe Malleable Range experts who have been making ranges for a lifetime; of ample capital to do business with.

party consisting of Messrs.! F. P. transactions a.n Shaffer and Ed Burnsed, of Starke, out any oblivions rnrJo by Us firm. HERE IS WHAT WILL HAPPEN IF YOU BUYOF
and Guy Warren and Stock of Jacksonville i .
left Thursday for a fishing trip I *l Toledo, 0. THE PEDDLER OF YOUR LOCAL DEALER -

to Smith lake.Charlotte Hall's Catarrh Cure \a taken Internally 1 You will for I-You will less for :
acting directly u on tho blood and mu- pay more your range. pay your range.
cous surfaces nf t'io svsten. TestimonialsBent 2-You'll get a range that will not bake half as good as The 2-You will get a range that will bake twice as good las thepeddler's. i
the :S-ycar-old daughterof frfo. TH-f! 73: cents IK:r bottle. Sold :
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rosenberg, had by all r>rul=ts. South Bend Malleable. ;
her picture in Tuesday's1 Times-Union. T&ke Uall'i F mI111'111-f-<>r-coast---!patlon.t -. 3-Y ou'll get a range that will not last half as long as The :3-You will get a range that will last twice as long hs the "1

The picture shows Charlotte to be a -..r ++++itHIMHMI *+++++ South Bend Malleable. peddler's. I 'i

sweet and handsome little girl. + 4-You'll get a range that will burn more fuel than The 4-You will get a range that will burn less fuel thin the ,

Miss Hattie Wills, who has been employed I' jj At the Churches {] South Bend Malleable. peddler's. '

the past season in a large millinery J H-When a part burns out, or is broken you'll not be able to 5-And if an accident should happen, and anything go i'

establishment! in Atlanta, has ,.V+++-H-M-++++44444++-THHBAPTIST. find the man who sold the range to you-you'll haveTonJ{ with the range, you know where to find the man

tion.returned In home Aut'ust for Miss the summer Wills will vaca return great trouble in getting it replaced. who sold it to you. You know he's responsible. 1

to Atlanta. Rev. Hinton, will preach a looted lit divine the of Baptist Jacksonville !'- NOW FROM WHOM WILL YOU BUY-PEDDLER OR DEALER? FROM YOUR DEALER. OF COURSE! J

Rub- m-\ntigt'ptis. Anodyne church Sunday morning and evening. You are invited to drop in and see our complete line of South Bend :Malleable Ranges. ,

-Kilh pain stops putrefaction. I You are cordially invited to attend. After you: have taken time to look over and examine them carefully you will be convinced that it would be impossible to make a range as goodas 1

The South Bend Malleable, unless its original design were the same, and it was made under the same manufacturing conditions t
LAWTEY ITEMS. Shoes at selling; out at sale prices
at Leviton's. Price of Peddler's Ranges about $80.00. ;, '..
Mr. C. R. Sapp was in Starke Mon- !
day. <
Elder! C. p Thornton, of Gainesville, COLDS QUICKLY RELIEVED
is holding I cough and cough-from i ,
revival services during this Many people DeWITT C. JONES !
week at the Advent church about one the begining of Fall right through to 1
mile south of town. Spring. Others got cold after cold. ,

Little Misses Helen and Kathleen Take Dr. Kings New Discovery and .

home McL >r-d.of their of Rodman uncle,and are aunt guests Mr.at and the you will get almost immediately relief Starke Hardware Florida i

Mrs. A. }f. Bhnchard. It checks your cold. stops the racking!. .

Mr. J. C. Cone, our popular hardware rasping, tissue-tearing cough, heal

and furniture man. is the latestoi the inflammation, soothes the raw While will be glad to talk Ice Cream Freezers
( looking Ranges
over our we
Uw1"V folks to get into the auto- tubes. Easy to take, Antiseptic and f-
ttobilline.. Up has bought himself Healing. Get a 50c. bottle of Dr
It something some.KiSrfers'. : _a Ford and he is running King's New Discovery and keep it in we carry the best that is made..The White Mountain., Our line of .

rubbers and J. F. the medicine house.and"It I keep is certainly a bottle of a it great con Water Coolers is complete. Screen Doors and Windows. t
hand" writes W. C. JE'SSf'man
tinually on -
I Franconia, N. II. Money back i if Screen out the Flies from your house.)

All the Inc Hinchams go at 7 and not satisfied but it nearly alway ,
s cents at Leviton's. .I ht'lr ((1))


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: L rC Mky Ills'Generally Now i -. ..- I." .... r' ,,. ;; "
Kdyth Warren and Homer Limbaueh. -. r'
1 I r-- b .
r >
t -
Mi.Crosby read the class poem in a ...
I i-hi.rmir.si manner. It had the ring of ".. ; .

i I true p.>etry and expressed the class' ; I 't-, :, ., ';: -=a
T Coodeeded of school and the < "Co .
ri nappy memory days ; ., jAl .. :
I .
: ic.infor: a life of noble usefulness. .. ..
', .
Mi-- Warren, in her own vivacious j '.
: mar"r.. read the (.'laProphecy- I J' .
; tli- \\a.full of ukmg! wit. She fore- :. ;;
:; ; that AD ti'iu that in the future days of com- .+ :
!| pletf! woman'-! -;.:!'r: }mi tH'l'Ia-matt.. >; ; *:
'' '
II I .Mildrtd[ would be president of theI I l '': ,

I i.it.-.i States, and that the other w PI
\eiiiinr.of the class would hold high i <'. I
i :4. AlldrevsiII d r iv.-ptiti-ible! positions. .: ". }
Ph.- 'lass Will, prepared and read -.L
4 > Mi. Homer Limbaugh, was a docu- ,
: ji:et.t: drawn up in the most approved x
Afford but
., Can You Any a Titan
/:tI! muiiP.er. This will was generous :
r be our Next ." a (';t'.it! and amusing to a finish, and
:i-ho-.vd, the writer to l le a keen ober. : Kerosene Engine?
re:' df human ature as well\ as ae"ted

: i &j Mir.Ella student} May of trigonometry.Long and Doris AT present average prices for ;:kerosene and
: \ Senator, Scott delighted the audience with a t 1 gasoline, Titan kerosene engines! save
wel!! rendered! piano duet entitled "Ini y.e.y f'
I i Martial Spirit,"' by Chriitiam.: their owners about I. I c. per hors power per .
A. D. ANDREWS Thp pi incipal then gave honorableI
I mention to a number of pupils- tots r 1er hour over gasoline engines.

,1 I lows: I Fituie it this way. On an 8-hor..c engine the saving -

;dJ I', Grade Annual-Ku.-sell Honor Daniel Roll!: Mary Lower Canova First r i is SSim; hour, 88c. in a lo-hour day, *S3: in mo :
(Owen Griffin. i I days of work. Say that is all your engine does in a .
Advanced First Grade-Willie Pre- :Mr. Grir.er; will be our next State .
.. ,
vatt, Joseph Thomas. Treasurer. year.It
I'f 1 Second Grade-Frances Colley. Hugh Pai.l.I.ert t'mt'nt would cost you $88 more than you need to pay, to .:-

f '!'lronlee.Third! I - run an 8-horse gasoline engine one ye;(r. That is more .
Grade-Marie Parker, Bessie Alvarez for having written the l>e.-t
than a third of the price of the engine. Can afford
r '' I Issay you to
Week. Hamilton Ritch
Stew. Temperance.
(; lchri>t made good. as Speaker of the House, as a \ Margaret: Livingston.LeRoy t Ir..i.on O. Haynes and :Sun grave a I j throwaway $SS a year? Can you affordven to think of ;

soldier in Cuba and as Governor lie will make good as :. Fourth Grade-Julian Cano\a, EIizial prize of live collars in gold for the'best baying: gasoline engine, when you can :,:ct a Titan that
>eth Drownlee. '] \ essay on Dental Hygiene. Thi s' uses k'-rosene? See the Titan dealer .and talk this over
United States Senator. He commenced life working Fifth Grade-Dorothy' Edward. ''wawarded! to Doris Scott, who hasju.t He ha: -ome::: interesting figures to show coo. ,
=- for the I'romi.-e of fifteen dollars a month. He will :Seventh Grade Alice Thornton, j t ni.ht'ch\ (! eighth grade. .Eli i.
: Maude :Manninir. May Long received special commer.- '
work for Federal aid for good roads rivers and harbors 1 Eighth Grade-Aileen Alvarez, Jesi dat'ion. as a close second, on an evdingly \- International Harvester Company of America ;

and for everything that pertains to the benefit of the t -ic FIJI -\'th. Ella May Long, Carr Collev. \: neat and excellent paperi' llacorponted}
| 1 Hygiene of the Mouth and Teeth.
State and Nation. Those who deserve honorable mention 'Two gold medals were awarded i in .

He was the firs tto denounce He-solutions: ; 1 and i r, because they have been neither (I'JMrs.; Hughes' music class. Anna -"a- Titaa kerosene engine are told by ft,
absent nor tardy during the school nova received one for having had the 1 j
Governor Trammell coming in after he had blazed the year: '' i most perfect music lessons during the "

the white Advanced First-Willie Prevatt, one i ;year. and Elizabeth Brownlee one for :
way gloves and aprons at the funeraL DeWitt C. Jones
!! iFar. having 1 done excellent work in music.
Can" anyone mention a single instance in which Second Grade-Ruth Poppell, two :Mr;. Hughes gave honorable mention (;
Trammell I years;; Laurie Tomlinson one year. ( 1 to Florence Matthews, Ella May ,
ever took a firm position until had ; STARKE, FLORID.1 .\.
someone i :
Fourth Grade-Julian Canova, three Long, Cleo Mitchell, Cigarette Floyd, ]
blazed the way ? A HANDSOME MAN AND A BUNCH years. j Ethel Griffin. Dorothy EdwardAlma ;'
.I 111 OF HAIR. Sixth Grad-1 Nellie Stearns, one ;Sapp and others, for diligent work in i 1 I -
vear. :their music. !!
tI!( : Seventh Grade-Maude Manning,, A piano solo, "Two Larks" by Les-
WALL WILL CARRY ONE COUNTY AND) SIX 11"/1' year; Alice Thornton, three years. chetizky, was well rendered by Miss
I NEWSPAPERS. : Grade-Aileen Alvarez, three'i Anna Canova. '
J) I i years; Jessie Forsyth, four 'ears. 1| Col. C. L. Peek, our newly elected :
.' Ninth Grade-Emma Powell two chairman of the Board of Trustees: i ina 1
I Uryan and Wall favor Resolutions and 5.Uryan ,\ I I'ear5. neat little speech delivered the certificates 1

I cannot claim a second term as a Democratic Tenth Grade-Allan Canova, one of promotion to the high i
I ,chool and diplomas of graduationfrom .
right as he did not vote for second terms for Senator year.Memorial "There'ss
I Mention: On the last day the Senior High School. Those a good
Fletcher and Senator Taliaferro. Bryan tried to exchange of the school term we were saddened I receiving certificates of promotion to '
: to hear of the death of Walter Tho- the High School were Doris Scott, Ray / .
I a presumed: benefit to the State due to length of .. mas, of the sixth grade. Walter was Colley, Carr Colley, Ella May Long, Farmer!

service for a lifetime position as United States Judge. an unusually bright, manly boy, an djCictor I I Kuhl, F'ranrisHalhgan, Ever
his name has been on most of lh ettVaid, Elva Crews, Bertha :Moore,
r t I' (;Jilchrist i is a son of Florida. You are sons and honor rolls this term, and his Jessie Forsyth. Edith Manning, Bessie As you drive thnfigh the country it's

daughters of Florida. Support Brother Albert. I ence will [he sadly missed by his pres-I Dubo-e/Hollis Knight Aileen Alvarez easy to pick out the I aimers who are progressive
. :. your mate next term. The entire faculty Lorena Alvarez Telfair Long. =' and prosperous A shiftless man
I Paid .ldcrrt.tmrnt.fir ) and student body extend their sinter i Those receiving diplomas of graduation 1- allows his buildings to become shabby and
; empathy to the bereaved
I family. were Mildred Crosby, Edyth weather-beaten.
The W. C. T. U. prize, a five dollar Warren and Homer Limbaugh. "Chgthriftyfaritlerkeeps
: I gold piece, was presented to Kathleen everything neatly pnuiued with;

t -- -. --. ._ I 1.\\\"TEt STRAWBERRY SEASON 4

: (It Continued From I'age 1.1> jEYOt

tit I .1. C. J .. "- ; 7-f. .,.,,-Ii5'1\\ ..
L Mate Treasurer" Luring ofj I -of' ,' .. u..:> u.i _": ....:J4.: ,
: Tallahassee who i i.- a candidate for reelection ;
I believe in and pledge my-ell' to the waT.aking acquaintances !! LEADANDNC PAINT
" .
., It Silpp i of rise llowM.: .' .' ( : ih tK corers of thivicinity la-tj 1 1e'1 I FEWER GALLONS WEARS LJ'LC3
; : Monday. lie wtnruute to harkRh
4 1 f : :\ Federal Law \\'hll'h111 require lion i-,' !hI' WI- IHH.b.i t", ,.p.'ak. j jMr I! Of
course paint i i- than
f Fiic.ch: (;Jrii'Jua* traii uctiiiK any you put on ;
.'''1 t--t and prompt accounting by commi--ion: !.u"lI1eill .Ja 'ki'or.'illelol1la: \'. ',i no paint.. Rut for !long jnjjrifirro'v; :, service

I : 101. i lIll'rdlanttOIlU"" farmers ;ltd growers. l 'nte :t !Ia.; .!!,' cumbers of our cittt' ;- we always rccomnis-ml! Pe''ie. i lrid ;i.Jinc Paint
.'." i'ft j.: the county candidates\ becausec t'
can ; !Ill" aio.Iuu.! !
I, atiollallanking-:: authorizing loans puaiantu: a 1 pure.
-r- y [rvi" I ii- .1 It S''iiklat Saturday. i iM It contains :
in) \.liti-; .. r.: otherworthless
, no
; ca. or
to our farmer.for longer periods! at n'a-OIl- 1. -:' II'i'rh 1 :: Frver -poutseveral .
div-: with friendin! G.iine-\ille last adulur.rr I I Tr-\- .-. !. F\ i- paint ,
I able intere.-t and to give propt-r recognition it-. ,.. K. '-+.Hiring h">njt* this first part E'Ks.1: much f .rtl-: r \1 I i- .. ,;. I"\I !. longer
.! -ecurities. .' .1 h'- \\ -<'k. I j than ordinary pant: t
9'I Mi. I'. A. Fisher spent Sunday in':
., Direct aid 1 from the I National 1 Government .. 1.
Coin' '
y .ILA!: ik i-\- 'PtCr1".r r hf"M'i'i! " :! : t IIS f .. > ; : v. ,!! cost
" for public loads.t !'y tl.! '.':',y, what h:.- {"vm" "f tl;>. ,. n .,I, 1"I'
.I'. : n hit wa,. liiMnsj ci'vuiated-\'-
The! con-ervation and extension: of the ,1 \'k. a'kin.r that 11 '.It!,.!i,,.! STARKE HARDWARE CO.
parcelpot.: i... .11..1!) t\-r.'o"! th. .im-'t ,,, : -TlJl'y .
/ : : .u'I f''.rky !Flea or :N"" 11" -. a1'i! STARKE, FLORIDA
s As.-i-tance: by, the National Governmentui ; L.. .L" 1'." hal'- it i i.- 1.t'h .: ..' ".1' ,
: + "
eradicating pots, such the citrus .1 ,
crop as
:M' I I. I I': W.'M.-I wa- a 'I. '- ( -, cacker. boll! weevil, etc. ;'" .Ia,':" .... \ i\\!,. Te.ln'.
: .
A Marketing !Commission maintained Tl- .1-; : l 1'1. r.-iferf-p of t!"- M. K.
,-l>"i,.,-!>. -+.'nh1111 !Lt' lult I'J. L.'.'. Pl ,
t 1 bthe, Federal Government to assist our ':it ,.f Mat I I I -

J iarmer and growers in Miccefully marketing M- <: M. f Chun-hill of Eat L.iw- : ,
11 their "i\ toldest. white citizui in thi.ini'inniity. -
products< : .
I. .
lif-inir !''l vej.rs of age had 1' .
1 I iberal I-ederal I : Appropriations! for harbor, and waterway improement I n.i-foituiv: to fall throusrh: a hole! ? '

Diligeniv in behalf of the Florida projects.Florida ." th' door of 'ho hay loft of hip !barn 1 ,VXUiJ/, ':, ,( f
1 "< c Jag last w"-f-k. There were .O -,slut(/ *1. k 0/ :rirrV
I 1 : pi-rt-: recei\ing just recognition in the ( ;uwrnmt'nt'ytem '..oi'ebroken,: : but he received some F A; : u 4t ,
of defen.-es. pan.ful I liuitwhich! ha.k pt him t (..... 'C
f coast .' it
. ( ,',,' riPd}! { to his bed. His many friend"or l : .

Maintaining and l'xtl'IHlingtill' Federal aid in agricultural and farm I ')" for him ap" dv rccoyery.News ) /H/ : i"r

demonstration) work. : wareceived here a f -w days 'fi I! 'r. )
;'i:' thr Mr.A.. Ru-hton. of St Mira- '" t.,
A law to prevent uiukr.-irable: immigrants from entering our j tt"., !had l died -uiidt-nly from heart l/l/J' A tftil
f i A -trong and adequate American country. u.'ublP..' Mr-. Uubtonas l ; well known 4f." .... / j}
\ Merchant Marine ,
: >o regulated a- to hi"!'". having I U'en the \ .1 ,1'
proprietress of ,.: -f"'Af. .,."F., /', ,....
prohibit ahip tru-t. '>" I lasstPy Hotel for several years, 7" '\00

.\ rea-onabe! program of preparedness National ..' 'i -!',. has many fri i"-pdhein} who!
)Defen-e and forupholiiing -yr path" i.. with her 1.'reaxed re'laTh
the honor of the Nation. .:'. ,'-.

The t'oimer Navy Yard at IVn-acola should be re-establi-hed ,- T'rair"! ;; of Mr. (;J. C. Xorto-J I Swat the Bugs !
and the
Ii i MrTrudy !Holt occurred at t heja i
aviation plant: there should be enlarged.A ): !1".'!1' ,- of! Ju-tu'e P.. L. P.lai.'bard !I'dt a.-t |

......Stance by the National Government; in making :'1.' : r 'i'LP! :;+ in thp pre...er'." I.f Various kinds of small vermin cause lots
waterway f<--: f-ie:'dand! of
relative Justiceii'hani
acrosthe:: State from the Caloosahatcliee River to some point on the: Ka.-t I t HI j pTforniin-j the rciemony.ir :. I worry to the careful housewife..

( 'oa-t-olJe or more of the drainage canals) to be used in this I T!" '! f'iend.here! wish them a long Bedbugs, cockroaches
A I Ilfp or happiness ynd! rro-pfrity. They spiders, worms,
National Law pr+ ,viding a method for assisting in financing large 1 : rorm- to tl.ei- frip"dat; flies, rats, mice all these

drainage; and reclamation! projectstich a> the Everglades drainage i Marclenrv: where they will re-idf! for I pests
enter- + 'I he present.

Pri-t'. j Ho:,. A. D. A"Uiw: -. of I Uaifoul.caiididatc 1' Menace

Such mea-ure a- is )now before C iiigre..: rl'quiriIJgHAparatl' street I foi :State S,';i;.tor fin! his Your Health
accommodation- car I t'tlnt-. wain La.UeyVdjesday!:;
whites and negroein+ the District
Columbia, and icin-ulati'ig amO1ghis frif-nds.
many should
also the mea.-tire prohibiting marriage between whites and negroe.in the j Mr.I J. Vernon Jones, of Hampton, safe you and exterminate them at once with

Di.-trict of Columbia.To :+ ,.\:Iatfnr. tax (-"llnitor!: for liradi"tv ; !- sure poison
:" wa- fLawtey -!t'-tionePI'
vote for the submission;: of a National Prohibition amendment to the Tuesday. : ing "ompIn Tell! us your bug troubles and we will give you

States for ratification or rejection. MisseJohnnie :Malphurs! .ar.dIary: something to eradicate them Sure!

:Many of the States received from the federal Sialsby were wef'kend"Iltor,: w
Fund Government fur their State School friend; in Starke last
two sections of land in week.
every township. Florida
', to ret for Florida a- much as given other States. received only* one. I would work Mrs. D. ;I: Tanksley, of Jack: ithMitchell's
The National Government has made vine, waviiting relatives in has
extensive soil ; : Store
Such *urn>\ -houd! be made in all of our Florida Counties surveys many" of the State; ..; Wednesday.Messrs. Drug

The rural delivery system should be expanded as far as pn-uticab'e. :M. M. Fryer Hrry Ben
The greatest freedom of the press and the full exercise of religious liberty nett. M. L. Loadholtz, J. i.. Vitals by,
\ i isriLnce "g-Iin"t all! monopolistic} tendencies or A., A. Stokes Carl 1 Prevatt R, Starke
and attempted dorr.iration: by the money ; K. Davis. %i Florida
power: ; uncompromising opposition to any effort to favor and enrich a'few at the Dr. E. L. Biggs. W. E. Toro de. ,
of the j
expense many. n. L.
and O. J. Phillip: S. Andrew-;
..: John Bohannan, E.
PARK TRAMMELL. S. Dickerson an'd
Jesse Reddish were among those: from
Lawtey section who were visitors to
.. Starke: Wednesday. Read The Telegraph1.50 per year.



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1 + + + + + .pLEGAL+ + + + + + + + + + $10.000 JOBS GO BEGGING '1 1i

i. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I ( Lakeland Star) I OUT PAIN r tr,)

1 MASTER'S SALE. Theodore X. Vail, president of the with good oil liniment. That's 'EU3 J'

IS STILL IN LINE i Notice is hereby given that under and l.y American Telephone and Telegraph the surest way to stop them.
virtue of that certain final decrt cf foreclosure Company, has jut returned from Central The best I
made and rendered :May :;::rd. 1! 16. by, America. Questioned as to an announcement [ rubbing liniment is ]
the judge of the circuit court, Bradford
county he
I made some time vsaWe .
Florida in chancery in favor of :;. T. ago .a '
Reunion and I Ritch, Sr.. complainant and against J. G. to the effect that he had positionsopen carry all-tfle leading -"
Goes to Memphis Ritch. J. H. Ritch. Amy Ritch. his wife and for men capable\ for earning $10- MUSTANGLINIMENT s.y and standard van- f.
A. 7.. Adkmn a strastw, defendants, the 00 Mr. Vail ties tha thxe bern .
Marches Three Miles in Pa.I, will undersigned a year, aid: "That statement tested and known ti be J
offer for sale in front of the still holds .
Thirteen Pounds court house door in Siarke, Florida, during jrood. I can employall adapted to our soil end "
rade-Gains the Irpal hours of sale on Monday, the 5th day II the $10,000 men who present: them- climate. l t
of June ms. the selves."
following dtKcnbrd real We ca nnow mat immediate
been for that TanlacI estate situated in Bradford county. Florida. The above statement by Mr. Vail is shipment c' all .(
had not to-wit : .
"If all A the seasonable: m .1'l.d.
not at surprising to those who
couldn't have pone to the Confederate : The Southet quarter if, the Northwest .
at Memphis on the 8th of quarter t-f :St: C. 7, Tp. 5. S K. :21 Ea.-t. have noted such things. It is easy >
Reunion marched afoot for nearly j J. C. 1'OI'l'EI.L. enough to find men who are worth Good for the Ailments of :SEED POTATOES
October and Spicial Master in Thancenh .
three miles m the big parade," said I \. : CREWS fifty dollars a month. The cheap man Horses, Mules, Cattle, Etc. Spalding'i No. I Rose '
lives at 4800 Solicitor for Comiilamant. i.-i common The cheap man is the 1
B. Kendrick who "- ; Early Red Bliaf. Triumph
Frank avenue, Nashville Mr. Ken- "NoV! 5-t'l man who takes the pain to-make but Good for your ou'n Aches, Seed Peanuts '
Charlotte NOTICE OF API'I ICATIOX FOR TAX little effort at doing thing. The r
drick i i-i one Nashville's: oldest and l'IJERE'TJOS: S OF CHAPTER I Rheumatism, Sprains No. 1 North Carolina } .II
best citizens. 4.hR. LAWS OF FLORIDA. heap man is the man of small effici Cuts, Burns Etc. t and the Small Spanish siI
member of company 1, Second : ISaid I kit Notice; is hereby ri\en that T. J..Udrrman -I ency. The ten-thousand! dollar man is ?
\s, a ('a\"LIJ'Y Basil Iukes regiment and \. A. Futch. purchiu-ers of tat certificittc such because he delivers the oo.ls. I 25c. 50c. $1. At all Dealers iI Two Crop.
Kentucky No 1M1. dated the 4th day of August, The cheap man draws down the small p Seed Corn. Mille". Sorghum -
General; John B. Gordon's: tom- | .\. D. I!'!'!, ha. filed said c.-rMSMte in my I I
mand' :Mr. Kendrick aw service Calumet! odice.! and ha made Hppiication' for tax deed salary because; he is willing to allow .... Beggirwcid. Natal
in himself to be cheap in methods Gra&s Rho.'o' Grass
to owe accordance with lav Sol il cirtit'.cate andaccomplishments.
throughout the civil war times., and was I,: i embraces the folia vmx JarrdNVl rrcp-- The willingness to + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 Chufas, K,,_.r Corn. 1.
wounded four erty situated in Bradford +
county. Florida town lie like other +
people makes men cheap. Velvet Beans. Upland!
"!Jurinj! the whiter, said Mr. Kendrick j XE'i: S.*. 11. Tp to. S. R. :: ::. The
"I suffered intensely with rheumatism said land wing a.-s<>tid at the date -.f issuance The striving to be above folks in deed I t + and Lowland Sm' Rice.
I of such certificate in the name of L'n- to outdo the common plodder, to jro
and when springtime came I' Tomato PUna-lixing- J
Known. Unless said certificitc s.-.1: :1! he re- beyond the requirements of the : FOR SALE :
went all to pieces. I had just about domed according to law tax: do! ,-d will: i..ue the payenxelope lon Beauty and the
made up my mind that my end was I thtret.n on the lath day f :Xay .'.. I'. i'-.f I are secrets which make + + Famous John Harr.
far off./ It looked like I was on Witness my ofTicialinature! and Hal\ this ten thousand-dollar men.
not + + Write for a
I 1 us ureklyprice
the llth of
decline day April! 1..t 1'1)>1. e
the verge of a gt-mral physical "I want what I ask fur- v.'. r. '..vF.rics.SEAL. + 40 acres on Lawtey and Lake list on Field Seed. -;
and I had about despaired of ever l I know what would! ( Clerk. STARKE EVIDENCE FOR ST.tRKEI'EOI'LB
it + Butler road, Z miles west of + drain; 1'uultry Feed and
I seventy r.y R. A. WEEKS. '
walkinir again. am yearsof mean to home xxithout I Supplies. Out oi.scriptite -
go -i4-.rt.. Deputy C! -rk. + Lawtey. +
have fought a good fight "
age, ) it. Mt ther won't taLe .- _. I catalogue frti
proven my recor.l: and was ready to chances .he's sure of NOTICE OF ELECTION] + 25 acres on Lawtey and: Highland 1 I
go. Htitsince I got hold of Tanlac I Calumet sure of light, By! the jw.wer xesteil in th m by the tchuol The Statement.- of Starke ResidentAre -. + road, "National Highway." +
set head to round out ninety i lass of Florida the Hoard of Public Instruction surely More Reliable Than .
have my wholesome, lastb: kings + One-half mile north of depot. + A AUNT I'AT.SYrOULTRY
year, and from the way I feel nowI II of posime, uni- of to Bradford I* held at county Little hereby Springs orders school an house election Those of Utter Strangers + $600 cash or terms. + MA MI 6 t

believe I will do it. Before I began form results-of purity on the 27th day of May 1916. for the pur- 20 acres on Lawtey and Highland +
taking this medicine I was and economy. You try Ixfre of voting on the extension of the boundaries I makes your hone lay.f ,,
losing what little strength raPidh'j of said district as follows to-wit: Home testimony is real proof. + road, "National Highway." + PP ?
Commencing at XE corner of Nw''{ of Stc. + One mile north of +
I had, and was so weak and debilitatedit I CALUMETBaking Public statements of Starke people Lawtey. About
13: Tp 6 R 1\1 E. thence south: mile to center i." f' <*r jnfcVE.A.MARTIN .
was all I could do to walk from the I of Sec. 13.; thence E on 12 section : limit carry real weight. + six acres cleared. $600 cash or + ( SEED Co]

bed to thechair, and even that required Powder Mill branch thence down branch to New River What a friend or neighbor says compels + terms + jACKSONVILLr.FLORiOA.1
great exertion. I had no appetite at thence along river to the present sub dis- respect. + L. H. HILL. + a J
couldn't sleep to do good and lay aside your trict. F. C. SCHELL
all, any favorite brand once 5-3-41.; Secrttary- The word of one whose home is far I + Lawtey Florida.illEBRICKDIDTIIETRICK. +
awfully nervous.!' My flesh seem
was and you'll never go -- I away invites your doubts.Ht.'re's + +
ed todry and I Buffered a great deal MASTERS SALE.
back to it. Calumet + +
with headache."I olici i is hereby pixen that under and lyirtue a Starke man's statement. S
doctored and doctored, but did is the world'sLest \ of a certain final decree of foreclosure And it's for Starke people's benefit. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + a
Pow- made and rendered the
Baking 27th day of April A.
not show any sign of improvement. I der-it's moderate D. 1)16. by the judge! of the Circuit Court of Such evidence is convincing. .. a
attributed my failure to get relief to in price." the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida in That' the kind of proof that backsI
old and declining physical chancery, in favor of the Dutton Bank, a corporation
my age loan's Kidney Pill :.
be- Received Highest complainant and against S. R. Din- 'I<
mde bad
But I
a ,
powers. guess Award mark a.- sheriff of Bradford County Florida Hansford Austin, farmer Starke,
cause after taking Tanlac two weeksI and E\- tTicio ndmini.trator of the estate of i CHEEKNEAPSCOFFEES
Cut But "I trouble from
Ann : was having
felt better and younger than I had E"-S.. SII, S. R. Estep. deceased and M. B. E-step defendants says my .
back all the time and Doan's .. DA7 MARE SNGCTTi*
the undersigned will offer for salt Kidney'Pills
felt in years. I am now on my ninth I I. P.d C... : GAY SKCf WASTE1
Q B'Nr..8Sr '
in front of the court hone door in Starke. cured! Others of the t/J
bottle, and am actually thirteen pounds Bradford county, Florida during the Ivtral me. family l l... J i MfR CErt BLA C MAN5MtDiCATEO
heavier than I was before I began taking I hour* "f sale! on Monday, the :5th day of June. have al.-o used this n1t'dirineth good l/ + BAICr' al
Tanlac. :My clothes were too II A. I' IMS. to the hiKhft and ln->t bidder for results. I am glad to endorse it." u th SHE ros'WHAT
large now they are too small, and I I cash the following I will have to clothes! that tty0n d county Florida to-wit: AM DE to U' (I 1
buy ;
guess i 1.01Ont.., T"... Throe, Four. Five, Seven' imply ak for a kidney remedy-get'
. will fit me ('(,mfol taloly. To make along I 13 to and Eu-ht and Siin Block thirtv-tixe in the I'can'Kidney Pills-the same thatcured .Best By Evfety Test
story hnrttl1P medicine just 6 -nr'''\' of the town ..f W"'Ihln.n Pprinp-,
seemed to fill me with new life and H < as nrordcd in tl'"- i pi.Mic reconlof RradfordCounty' :Mr. Austin. -ter-Milburn: ('ft..

energy, and put me right on my feet.I I H<>ri

have a fine appetite now. ;ine-a l m) wise I
"As I told vou )before. I can now i iippi rtaininjr. :'iam..4. U Wj'.Iiamand! OP. Sweat d l'--
walk anywhere, ard haw thrown m\ tf1LM EVERETT: : M. JOHNS.Spteiiil. fini'ani-. 'indrrMtrmd! will! oft-r for >ali OTIIERS SAY tested
I f-., "f the hour I used MEDICATED Optician
: Mas-ur. in nt court door in Stark have your SALT
cane ask; because; I don't need it I .\. \' 1.0W.. S. BROOME.: Honda! during the I I.gal hours of saltr>n BUR K for the past few months and find Itconvenient JACKSONVlUt.FU.
anymore, except for )bad ey<>-ight. I S..Icitor fur Comi'lainant. '<-'.'.t. Miinuax. it. "th day <.f .!'.n<>. :.tj*, the firlliiwni. to give, no waste, practically
spent four days in :Memphis at the reunion --.- -- : .' di'scnlid I I rial estate -ituai-d in Ir.td- I Inexpensive and. I believe It to be the very Broken Lenses Duplicated f
around allover I MASTERS: SALE. '.'rd! county. P.nrnla.! to-,\it : The North half I Lost Stock Remedy 1 ever oaed. Several Same. l RecicvedWe
just tramped Day ai
Notice i is hen by shin that under and trtue > ff 'h.- SW of the NW' i-i Set JJ. Tp stock men who have tried the brick are
town with theboys. All around I highly pleased with tho results. Spsdilize Hail Orders We Postifeuo
\ of that certain final decree of fonelo- e. s K I-:: East. on Pay ,
were men who gave out during theparade ure mad and rendertd! May 2nd. I''lM. by thepldge E. M. JOHNS i CentrallaMo. G. K. RODDY e W. 'ORSY1" If.
Sept. 16, 1918. i
but at the end I was ri httherf" of the circuit court Bradford! cour.ty Special Matter in Chancery-. I
and didn't feel the least bit Florida. in chancery in favor of I.oui1'81'1" A "v ( REWS Sold by J. W. White &: Son, Newell B. Hull.
'o complainant. and against Mr-. :\nnie R \\il-: I S'c: .tor fur (\1m .lI1lnlif,:. 5-5-5t. J. C. Manning. L. L>. Register, W. G. tirookg. Reid the Telegraph-$1.50 4 year. ,
tired. I just got back a few days ago I I .

and am awfully clad totell you what ______ __ .
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Tanlac has done for me. If I had the "- _"'__ f f
money I would buy every old soldiera
bottle of Tanlrc. because I believeit
would add to their lives. ,
Cheap and big canBakingPowdersdo t

HOW THE BANK MAKES MONEYTo save you mone/ Calumet does-it's Pure tt

I and far superior to sour milk and soda Virginia has a taste i a

the uninitiated it has ever remained -- -
a mystery how the banks of your banker to tell you more about it. H

the country make sufficient money to This feature of banking, however is all it's !, I

pay the big dividends that many financial performed in this country only by own *
institutions do that are well banks under control of the federal

and conservatively mana l'd. Lighton government, namely, the national and J )
federal reserve banks, but is a com-
this subject is given by the publicity -
department of the American Bank- mon banking practice the world over, "VOU know how it is with ordinary cigarettes. j
ers' Association which differing in form I lout not in substance,
"It would seem, that after says:the bank it being a universal function of the Jl Most of them taste pretty much: alike. But :
hank to turn credit which is unknown
takes it it
your money, protects pays
back on demand or as you order, lends into that which is known and will just you taste a Virginia cigarette. It's ditI i r- i
therefore be freely taken, and bank -
you money, discounts your neighbor'snote
for you, it would have nothingelse note credit "is the most common and ent. It has I''character'Thai's /

to offer in your behalf. But it useful form. r.

has-it 'makes' money for you, and is called! "the
why Virginia tOaCeomans
incidentally makes money for itself. CARD OF THANKS.We I
wish to thank all who so kindly
"When you see the president or the I tobacco"
cashier of a bank signing his name to.. helped, and offered to help us duringthe f
a row of four crisp new bills (they always sickness and death of our little ..

come in sheets of four) you may darling Carrie Esther, and especiallyto The highest-grade Virginia i is in Pierimu...; -- fALL
wonderwhat he is doing, and what is Drs. Brown and Briggs for their

behind it all. We will show you by a untiring attention. Also to the friendsat Virginia Golden lively, mellow as
simple illustration. Let us supposeyou Melrose who so kindly assisted

want to borrow a thousand dollarsand during the internment.Mr. southern sunshine I ;
and Mrs. B. L. Blanchard.
offer your note to your banker. He
knows you, knows that you will pay, 'OTE-ThE're are auw- ;
and wants to accommodate you. He R. S. Powell presented the Telegraph ilreilt of different brands! Smokers stand by Piedmonts, because Piedmonts

looks at his books and : 'I can'tspare with threo monster Bermuda of cigarettes on the mar- .
the money. The law says I must onions, the largest of which weighedtwo ket, which Piedmont baa give them, what} only I choice Virginia tobacco .

have fifteen cents out of every dollarI pounds. They were grown on his to meet in competition.Yet. "
owe my depositors in cash, or whereI place in Johns sul division! on the rich in spite these hundreds can give v"character"\ =

can pet? it on demand, and I have and well drained land_found there. of brands, one ((1)

just what the law requires. If I give String beans-are being shipped from cut smoked of every in the 8! cigarettes United Ask for Piedmontsnext tints! ... '.-
you credit for the note and let you I Starke daily.
check against it. I increase my debts -- .---- States is a l'lcdwontAn.erica's -
and make my condition- worse, for if I I : bigget-!>clliDg

do not pay you in cash I must stand Cigarette!
ready to do so.' t.l Gr.

"But being a resourceful banker, and I

knowing how, he asks you to wait a
minute while he goes to his strong
box. He finds a government bond that

he bought a year ago when he had

plenty of spare money, for (cash and
comes back smiling and says: 'Veryj I
well, in three days you can have your
money I will turn this bond note into The ALL Virginia cigarette- r-

bank notes for you.' So he sends

the bond to Washington, and) in return 1
the government sends) him :200 a1

crisp new five-dollar bills bo -
to signed) I t
by two officers of the hank, cut and { S1

handed out to you.
"The government keeps the bondsas
security tint he will redeem the
notes in 'lawful n.onenn' demand-

that is, pay greenbacks: or gold for
them if demands] (but this is seldom "
done. pays him interest on the bond
and you pay him interest on your note .1'

for the use of his notes, and both are t iarette of Quality
satisfied. -,t.

"You see, by this proposition, ho has I ..."t... J'f:';,'.
turned your note into bank notes, with I ffi:.\: 'f ? ,;., '
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himself .:., ,.: \
behind it and the government .. ,: "t- ,:,:,,' ", ", 10 for 59
wind _
him. Your promise wouldn't ... ', "4? %{ tl BI
very far from home these I .E
prl'mises'Ill. !J f."' "'1-!
\ Everybody knows them. They' cAlso Packed 20 /or10
are 'money' and circulated as such. : .
r 'ow what has VOTE FOR f
the banker donebv.
process? U* has furnished the 'II IIthIS VALUABLE COUPON IN EACH PACKAGE ',

community as well as you with circulating i l J. VERNON JONES ,

medium, handy to carJ'wean \'. i,
to create, and satisfactory to all. i CANDIDATE FOR
taken your credit and turned I /t a/ff
It into bank cnditIIe makes money TAX COLLECTORI

and you take the money he has made I If elected I will faithfully discharg! e

It and make some money: for yourself. the duties of the office to the best o .
IS a yen simple proposition understood my ability. ift.

If by few hut practiced hv manv. \ I respectfully solicit your !suppor:; ..1J. .. .
you don't fully! understand it, ask i Paid Adv. L

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V -.. -. Mair.eMrs. A. U.' Strickland aril .
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'd ::r. J. .S" Cain.A L@I@I@leI@X@I@L@ I@ @ @ I Jr@r

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I -, 'I\:' d'd m -t'-:, of .the V P. s
I v. L. was held! la-t S....r.aa.e:.;I::;?.
l. I I'd: )" pleasing: to note the :ie de-
l.r. i County News Items 1 I IIlnterating Hopmert and splendidpit l 't '-f i'*-r- ;
'Re shown tJ.>' these \0ul.g pronlr.; I Beware The :

f I : Next Christian:;ur.1n':Church i- the at regular Raiford.day The attic Fly .

tate correpor.u.r.g and
, Pacts Gathered During the Week by Our .
evangelist! Homer F. Cooke. wul <>* @ I
I I Regular Correspondents. there at that time to t,rein a eiie, vph.l !

I .-r>f"'ial: rneetirgLet plan? to attend e.them.eryb'jdmaK: : i We are prepared to protect you with 0 :

ih.- ladies< of the Lake Butler < u. ,--

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park next .Saturday from ", to n p. m., I
and will !ikly make thia wee'.. ,
I ;, GRAHAM. LAKE BUTLER. order ur.lil} the i ethdiih i- ir..isr.ed. i Screen Wire of all kinds---Copper Gal I :iI
All .
: proceedfrom mesale! -
;, : ;. !. :.. ;, < ;. > pi! < a on the building It is hope? :ep'h.n

We are needing ram very bad. Our Ii: ...... >. s.: Pocorjppiieij:: for tt.r they gill iecei\v a literal pats 1 vanized and Black also Screen Door i
crops are not all up yet and what is Pi.WnPark B-f.ti-t: cr.urcn; the fifthurda' Mr. Neal Langfoia went to Jack- ,
!up :s dying; for want of rain. : : ""-'Irr.Io: a"'' ev">.:!:.. also};; for -onville last week having gone theie
y- The barrel factory is running on thfr r'. -: !hurihjjtt, ,.lark-o.tille. !!! L, have; his toi.sitenioveU.! Sets and Screen Enamel. I
full time now at Graham.Mr. :: .- .!...: mon'.' ?' aru t:-.'tJr, l ua'a; r.urilei! of Ma--- : 'Ojl.
Frank Bevill, of Marte!, is visiting M. T. l >. I'-c.ct',,'. rf Jarvo-\V.! ;!! I hee uitendc-d the t'neiai ni C''k-of'IS! '
: his this week. at Vi t\/IJr.f'Y .
Mr. S. B. Woodard happened to a 1 lit pcSat'i.::> -iautil/i. 'uai.d. : Suniay who'i-witn hi .vl, 'ha: ie i RiUrspel. .t S:;1'l'i..< ,
Ruby, makirifi I I
bad accident last Friday when his ', L.' .inie .rith: hr radparert?. RPt Hrr"1ti v-it1r4! ;! telatives a.U .r.e I.I" : Quigley Lumber Supply Co.
hoi re.iu.ii away with him and brokehi .i .' >. :-.. p-'Ktor.: !' :,'Id MiH.. B.ur.e: !rf, gal-: :
lor Ja f.-onvi'ie'! .
i? leg. I :11' I.: v t i.a
f*"..re will!! be a Woodmen picnic: at .R-:.. 1..1. i Ha-. -. preached t''J'f ry I the coi.tia for paii.tmg the '
Graham .. lth. All -- :-. .l.' ,- iu-.day. Very ho.v.iof Mi. and :Mrs. r; .;y, 1
on 'rttdit-uaj. May ipn-kie! ; ft.jl
the CQur.t\' and .-tate" candidates are :;..on! c. o'\u- u'tenued both -ervice.. !I l Misses Ratty and Be.--i I 'haiaey. [eJiYim: b" ": @ @: f} (@: ]( b.m S v1 ) .

expected to be present. J. A. J. ) ::'oIl'. H. L. Fowler) who haUen of Lake City, spent the nee. ei:d ;with & I
Kir.r.ey, X. Wyr.n, J. A. Graves, lC-1 =ujerirter.dei.t| of the :Sunday school 1 < Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Chancey. j
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mittee. I Pi r the panevej.. year.- if-isrnf-d on I Dr. W. H. Lee Percy Rivers ar.d -- -
Elder J. B. Crew will preach at : !ant. Sunday.; The Sunday school wa, Bob Ricer, went to Lake Geneva fi=hing \1! Srrley Pinholster. of Jacksonvil Mer Massey and J. Aldermancame .mprorrr( e.
Graham Sunday. eryorry to nice him up. Mr. r.. W. I : last Monday; night: returning on .., waa vi-itui with hi- parent >" j-hng ove': from Starke last Wbeoevernu Need a General i
I il.lier was elected! ir his place. Eye Tue..day afternoon. They reported re"Surday.! = Friday by auto, ad had to "hook up" Take Grove's Took
C.. ,' y i : : .j !' rime rl'i'lth Mr. Miller will termake good luck and a good time.. Mi. and )fr... C. M. Turner anddaughter. near Un'-je Poc < '!-ews and hunt the
'.. ... I ,.]:,,ly! a -un. '*..., of hi- po-ition. :Mr. Sam ''arver wain Starke on Harriet of Port Orange. nearest phone to get Tom Townsend chill The Tonic Old StanJird is Grove's Tasteless
MILLER. ..' I frr thpf"1' 'hat he i- a \verab. buinesTuedav are .;i:-it lg' their grandmother, MrS -. to go to their rest:ue. equally b valuable u i
General Tonic
: /I ran" to fiil! such a place. Mr. Sidney A. Richard.; )Ir. Turner left TuetiaV -- Mr. Sheirmi 11gog"t'J't'! : :'a-'
.\ < Vmna/:" Jvi' Vii ', Parget' who has been I"1 J.-o. !llle. r. 'ml :fn.-e '... .- .r. ''h ni- i'arer.t.-. well known tonic poptrtiesffQtIX \1 f.
. . e 14ap .j ''ii 4u attP- duK the State College at Gale and IRON. It ;.rbon the Liter, Drib
Mr Waldrup. d-n.on-'ration agent ...p. : c-ol'itioi.- of tha iktf' Mr F.wl- :ilieeturned! home Sunday to -r'I.da '.'! :!'i i tae; Mi Aiunrh I'Y auton ..11o 'f. Ve U'fo sr'a: toay thai Mi-- Julia out Malaria, Er.nhes the B'.ood and rf
. ; Tho-p .e'vihjf there Mr<_ J). E. fw with .. ,. the \\hjle
hId an intere.-tii netting with the days his parent: : New \ ork K "-.d.' wn har, e.n quit13 -K-K. i- Builds up )'stem. SO" centiT
!lad.of this pla-! :" tt. .a-T ? ttyrJa\ .
The demonstratio:: kitchen which: Mrs. -
Wal rup, with the co-operation of the .,:: : _' '-. ,'
e.Merpii-i- ladi.: ..f thiromrni.i.tty;

.. have e-tabh-hed.! i- only partially ,
equipped, but with the small equip- .- :- a! ad'-fti-ement prepared and paid foi oM.. A. Wai r-n of I't-F >\iakSpring
ment much was accomplished at this = -, Walton County, Florida, who was a strong advocate anu :supporter: of \\'. A.
meeting in the way of teaching our Wour.t:! when he ran for the Senate against N" P. Bryan in l&ll, and also a supports o'Iijr.can
. ladies how to prepare the necessities I'.. Fletcher when he ran for Senator in I?'l.t'against Jno. N. C. Stockton.

(.f life in a practical and !scientific

..,, wav.There will be another meeting: (,n' AN APPEAL TO THE DEMOCRA TS WHO

the '!:{rti of this month at :2 o'clock. All I
the ladies in reach are cordially invited
to attend. The meetings will bed|

. a regular feature in the demonstrationwork VOTED FOR BLOUNT IN
. I The in Woodmen this community.Circle held their regular -i i ,'

. : ; monthly mating on la.-t Satur- i

.1", day Elder evening.R. C. Crawford preached at 1 1fj j. AND FOR FLETCHER IN 1914Hae > f

l; the Church of Christ on last Sunday. '
J. H. Scarborough, of Lake Butler,
; was in our burg Monday evening i we forgotten! the methods used to defeat Mr. Blount in his election ? Don't Don't every Blount man and every Fletcher man in Florida know that in the Blount
:i! C. II. Harrison and It. B. Roberts, you remember the letter that was sent out just before the second primary, without any campaign: Hayes! Lewis, leader of the Bryan ring in Florida, was fitumoi.ng We.:;t Florida
I of Worthington Springs, were on our : I II date written by Mr. Blount one year before, so as; to purposely mislead and deceive the for Bryan against Blount and as a reward for his services Mr. Bryan aaid: him appointed '
streets Monday afternoon. people into believing Mr. Blount had withdrawn from the race against Mr. Bryan ? to one of the two biggest federal offices in Florida-United States Internal Revenue 1

I Nothing more di-honorable I has ever been done in campaign in Florida in the I 1 Collector at Jacksonville It is a fact that Mr. Hayes Lewis, leader of the LtwisCiawfordBrya.1 ;
t ,. ;. '!' !' !' '! !' !' '.!' ,, interest, of one candidate againanother.! any ring was endorsed to the president for his appointment: TO this office by
"" : Governor Trammell.
I ;
'' G WOODL.\W'N PARK.Mrs. I Are we going to ote for )Ir. Bryan now, and thereby put our fteal of endorsement I I In the FJt't herStockton.campaign two years ago Mr. Hayes Lewis was so active '
C r '- 4> I I'' on such method against our fr'Qnd in organizing his forces against Senator Fletcher that hlS.oft'enSl'e :
. activities investigated
1I' . were -
". .. : .. .-. ., : ".,. 'y I
at he
is !- by department Washington and received a and
Why should we vote for Mr Trammel! ? When Mr. severe reprimand
I Bryan
was working against
H. M. r Hill r.d two 'hilfren' Mr. Blount, Mr. Trammel: was working and advocating! Bryar's election. Surely came near being removed from his office. II

:t I returned home to Williston Wednes there i is no reason why wehould! give him our support. Every Blount! man in Florida remembers distinctly) how Mr. BrjM.t laid such great

day.Mr. I 1 stress on the fact that lies Blount was the corporation candidate and that he, Bryan,
C. S. Addison of Lawtey. xis- Is there any reaQnhy; the supporters: of Duncan L Fletcher in 114 5huld'ote was the people's man and that Mr. Blount should not be supported because the t.
.. ;ted h-TP Saturday afternoon.Mr. for Mr. Bryan or Mr. Trammel! now ? Did Mr. Bryan vote for11': Fletcher for a ;secations were supporting, him and because he for corpor k
: B. F. Crawford is visiting relatie and tel m ? It ia fact that Mr. Bryan's law and"business partner, :Mr.: far.-or. was an attorney corporations, including ;:
wa- railroad. This will
remember friends
a the sole and
you was great; hsue of that n
and friend :Miami: this week.Mis making speeches up and down the state in favor of Mr. John .;
i Stockton in ;
opposition to. Now I attention
paign.! want to call the of the people of Florida, &!id especially: of ev
j I Itebbie\ Phillipwas topping Senator Fletcher's second term. Is it not fact that Senator
a Bryan's law clerk! were P1'man who voted for Blount at that time, to the fact that in this, the year of our
I in Starke Saturday. working for :Stockton against Fletcher and today one of them hold? a position as assis-:; I.; ;
id l'l'! Mr Bryan has not said a word that he was the people's man a'nd that thecorporations
Elder and MrI). L. Phillip-s at- tant di-t'ict attorney at Jacksonville ? .
were supporting other candidate.
... terded preaching at F.rnanuel l Sunday.Mr. some
l. S. T. I'iwling. of P.aif"rol.as
transacting! }bu-i'ie,.,. here Tuedaaf- I -

II,,l i I .I terr.oon.Mr. andIt'-. II. >:. Hilluml: wale .IiI Do You Know WhyTj .

,I rd 1 nrcaihii't' at F.mai.uel: 1 !Sunday.Mr. 1 1it
:: .1. ('. Howe was transacting \b'ui,1 i-
nei'l Stark- :Saturday.Mr. .
!; !: :: J. .\. li.tvi-': !- vl-itir.: rMr. : ,- .,. r Is it because the corporations are supporting Mr. Bryan
I I N" 1 I''1. I >a\i-. here this: \\.k. c,

I I tran-acti.g Mr. W.! It.'bu-ines-Kei-ey and i-i: StarkT Fanny were 1/-- t in this election? Is the Atlantic Coast Line, the greatest railroad '

dav.Mr.. a"l., l M.It.I I ;1. Crawf.,t .a u' .'
-honpiog 1/. Staik: ,. Tue!'..Iay.Mr. I corporation in Florida, supporting Mr.\ Bryan; are the
: and Mr-. \r-iieu Hii.i'! ; it l -it-

, tf-nd.I! prrarhinr : Ema! '11.1! Sin:.." \*,!:: attorneys of this railroad for Mr. Bryan? Is the Seaboard Air '

f1 N. I I'. Iaiand! fau'nrelatir ti -..trdI r .

I! at Law('} Sunday.Mer Line the railroad with the next largest in Florida! tf
mileage I ,
.1 I [ {. .\. A. Ktok.J. f' ( 0' ". f sup
, l.au.troy, ni'>t'>reel out here :-:111..1:1!: :. s

". ,' busine.--)Ir. O.j it J.:-:1:11 Phillips Saturday.: was tia'-.i-ti'. ]' porting !Mr. Bryan through its attorneys and officials? Is the Y"

! A near fatal a"j.I.t occiiin-i I h. .
I! -.r Similar aft'-moon!! when! M---i-! .1!.1Cone. I. I 41 : Western Union Telegraph Company-The Southern Express Co.

N. I II. ad ,I. K. Ih\i-"f. 'at-:
j I iny a ..i-"' !in )!r. '". e't\ \ '1 f'i itf4The Florida East Coast
cai !It ft th.' ''<"td l .1! -I I Mt a -'., ''iu \I only the "ui.-k! ','Of't: "f :Mr.d t.
iJ i them fn.meriou- injury. and employees supporting Mr. Bryan?
11' Mr. J. S. :N'omian mototiii! .... r"I ,
J tke City. Hurh !Springs: .i"d i I 1-'.,"-tWhite
1 Wwlnc- l'Elmr1.1.. I _
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.;, : : : : : .. : \LBKUT U 1.ILt'lWI .
I I- !it wa wrong for the peopl.f! Florida to tote for Mi. Bloant 1111. b
in .
-cai;-er 1.
,I 4' ., ,. '.- ia.e'i with h a\Jr.g the -uppoit) of the rorpor.ttiorit i.- ju-t a- wrong now 1V14: I a tpp/'ter ot'r' A' BlouTt In' 1l11! and a -up par'": of i I'.i., :.in t'. Flet''hrr'" in
: : ; for the people I of Florida 1 to vote for Mr. : want to appeal to every Ilount! .d'I .
Bryan I icau:'h'is now leering the same in VrV etcheman In Florida i t ,' 'a;:t.th.t'.: ote-
primary for
; -uppoit of many; coiporatior.- account of who-e support he condemned Mr. Blount *o choiceeytarly : (hrist and WaJl-ore: for first choir and the "ther for -.vond
., .
: : ; ; : : : : : : : -

Mi. < (. I. I'axton. no-tmi-te'! atWhile '1'..,, know.. srHMlene"! tune- hate ihiMreJ I; ai.do: have :II'. l.'iyai.great: a -U'I\'mt'n'hpI'aight ticket.. friends If: the second: choice votes are going to decide I '1 1.-,/ election I Vote
i'-ueLut you want to vote for Wall
j Springwa: : : a plea-a'it: vi-itoi are we going to forget :? Remember, friend, :Mr. Trammel! N no different. He for '.CO.111 choice One of thee vote.will be for first; choice thfiote; for lhnst; !
.! heie :Monday. wa outspoken in endorsing. Bryan against Mr. Blount. If.you win hlnk.a sure to count.
moment will
i 'l: i !, a If the above! are good rcaonwhy we Blount! : and Fletcher men -hould vote against 1911 what ought to be> the combine you, Trammell recall that Bryan polled ai: ai'i-t :Mr.: m.lt In
*- 'I'I,1. .-, ;:at. a'.il Trammel! then whomhould; we vote for aril for what rea-on ? well! a(1 Bryan were wor and Bryan tote of today; because Tram-
Jf1gtf.rpth't: and the frierof! both vAthe fnedof
rital..larkrville.! He i i. rapid'v! ?e faeh.'E':
J gaining: hitiength ai.d e\pe.-t, t0 I F. t.trthe Bloui.t! and I" t'tl'nl'ampall'n.-, both :Mr.: Perry Wall, of Tampa, and gory to ple"h-al! the faction ha, split the Have, LewiCrawfordBryan facthas.
,. .
more :
.1It' ihnt i were OUt ftiend-. They 'both reason; why we should standolid and v..t/for f' ,'nds.
2 !hr able to te.ume his ministerial duties : openly! supported Mr. Blount; and both Remember: also our
.oon. He .).peakh the mo-t cum- If ti!."'ir. openly supported Senator I Fletcher. Aren't these men capable and hone-t' only two that John Stockton polled! the combined Brvanml: Tramme:: vote
year -TO and this .
iilimer.tary temof the ho-p''a'! a"il .A-! ,.: they much morenuere: and consistent than either )I/'. Trammel! or )Sr. Bryan Iy the u-e of was 10.000 less than Fletcht'r'sot(': Th: 5 wire MWtssful
faculty. i iWo .\ -lu-v !I.k .th well.Dipped! to hold! this office ? tev aril with the --tab-you-in-the-hack methoduih a* the adated-year-rd: letnelp -
of their ally Mr. Park Trammell in electinglr.. Bryan: Mr.
'I regret: to chronicle the death of. j Alneit Cijihii-t ctMtamlj) made .Florida one of the be-t Joeii.oishe ever h t.l. J.lolJnt t\. e/t rr.ajonty. Thiname clique I with the c-operation ...n-l l I.assistance' o .er again
of oldest citizens Barest EVan '. < of Mr. Trammell
> e our
1 I' ,
? r.'i i. i.f Hi.-i.or.>\utrh < OL-: .ty. ..- mar of South Floiida'Uaamg failed to defeat Senator Fletcher Lan
buir.es ot'erwheln.ia rebuke.
who died here May .. h. The : .
I'uien. "
n.c-r. Neither Mr. Trammell : ought to be}
1,01'11' Bryan, nor friend forever past, from now when this
at the extreme of Smontr *. any: 're.poibe of theirfa domitatt .. L'I on. rift vvhiche'Rs to
age .
? n.a'.ta -r.gl > charge against the tharai'er. Itlcs of Florida, will be
eTiciei.c\"irtegrif. or honesty of either able to continue to sit In.1 bark room a.;.da.\'
,, who h
.\ the visitors here :'undawa. ; .1'tL .e two candidate: a offices. Sorely it is incumbent ,
not of
o-i u.to further the! interest-
<'h.ilie Mamie, of the Bradford Coun. tn.iI"J: !. '1"t ',''"e for tho.-e randidates! that :
are not controlled by tl.i-! chqu! .
tv Tinw.ml" '. Lake Butler.

We hope for a g I and time May :JOth THE REASON FOR THIS ADVERTISEMENT h
which has )been set for the picnic and

Political rally here. The HamptontIt'I'all :Neither )Ir. Hlount. Senator Fletcher, Governor; (JiDeFuniak ... fir Jlr.1'errc
team will display their skill ed or !know about this Wall have been advised: or consult-
t ad\"ertlo.ement., ,
\0 the diamond here, and also sell re- : am pini! for it and I I am alone re pon ible I
am a notice Floridian
fie' .hnients at the picnic grounds, the \\aoi born and reared in Bradford County; haH lived over thirh.fh'e'e'lr' ;

proceeds to be used for the ball team ond) friend of Mr 11'.1. }Hlounl for thirone: I'n Kest: Florida ; have been a per
Rev. Summrs delivered one of his'' >'ears; have )known Senator Duncan Fletcher for
excellent sermons at the Christian: jear, I :supported both of thee men. I am familiar with the other t\\ehe
church Sunday evening Rev Mullady i In the campaigns above mentioned, and in methods of the Has Lewis: ring
being too weak to fill the appoint justice to mv friendship to both Mr. Blount and
I want to remind other Senator fletcher.
ment. Blount men to remember the
| trick
played on our friend I'n
Hampton is planning great Improvements -,' urge upon them that they explain this to ere fau.minded 'Ir Bryan's interest and
in the near future. Watch us } Democrat who believes in fair :
grow.A. poll: on June 6th and rebuke the honorable methods play go to the
J. Nimmo left Tuesday for Ocala and \ ote for Gilchrist and 11'all I for ly.S. Senator from to and help to break up this political I ring, ;
to ;attend the Pos-tma.ters' Conven to succeed N. P. B r\an..
tion. !! Respectfully,

Miss Mabel Sutton left Sunday, for Springs, Fla. "
her home in Tampa, after a visit of )1. A. R'ARRE\

:several weeks with relatives and I
friends here.


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