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 19, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02021
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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1879. Subscription-Per Year Sl.oO:> : Six Months, 75 Cents. Payable in Advance. E. S. Matthews, Editor aftd Proprietor. ,:

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COMMENCE For the Payment of City I Last Friday EveningNewsand QUALIFIEDCOUNTY

Taxes Was Extended to Society Items From I


The city council met in regular sesSiOn iI The second banquet ever attended''
with the following\ members present iI I by the High School pupils was given
M Ring Distributed and Active : J. \Andrews:", Jr., E. S. Mat I in the spacious hall over the Lake I : of the Candidates Who Will
thews ..J.Y. White and .J. C. Wills. Butler )Drug Company's store last
Work Will Begin on :Saturday ITpon! motion the time for the payment i Friday evening, May 12th: from eight ; Appear on Ticket at Primaryof

Week. of city taxes was exten-jed! to I to eleven. The hall was gaily deco-1 I June fill h.
June 1-n, 111!); ;. rated in the school colors, and wreaths |
I The finance committee reported that of honeysuckle and pal mottoes draped j
Some carloads of glazed sewer pipe investigation: had 1 teen made in regardto I i and festooned from the window* and Wedne.-day\ May 17th. was the last .
arrived Monday fur the j. I'. McCra- assessment of J.V.. Morgan for corners. One end of the hall was converted day for county candidates to pay their r
ry Co., of Atlanta, who will construct personal property and that said! assessment into a vertibale garden of dues to the county wid thereby(' entitled -
sewers along several of the streets and was not out of proportion.Assessment I palms, ferms and cut flowers where to have their names on the ticket -
pave some of the streets, and the pipeis of personal property of Ii II I the guests were entertained with at the primary, June 3th. All! the
being distributed along the lines J. S. Brown and Son was investigatedand N H/IYA.V* i, reading, and music throughout the candidates who had announced for office -
for excavations. II. Freeman, a civil found to lie in line with other THE: CAMoioATt of THE PEOPLE. OF evening. and a few monliesido.s, paid S
engineer for the company, is i here assessments.Reouost: 'U SECTIONS OF'n.6FID*'FOH I About nine o'clock! the guests were their dues, or qualified in the eases
making arrangements for the starting l of E. Cinann; for reductionof t/PoTO STATShSLNATCRIhi5 II asked to the banquet table which where no dues were" required. Those
of the work. The excavation will assessment for IDl.'i) : denied. I. reached over half the length of the who have qualified for the primaryare
probably begin next Saturday, the27th ('oliections were reported for the I hall. There wore two dainty )bowls of as follows:
but it has not yet been decided month of April as follows: flowers placed at each end of the ta- For state senate ( i\-e $3.40)-A.;
where the start will 1 lit' made.A. Sale; of old fire) hose_ ____ u -$1 0.00 :speech; at the court house in Starko on May 10th ble. The guests were seated by dainty I). Andrews, W. E. Middleton.!
F .I1arle ', of Jacksonville, a License __uuuu 2.75 place cards, there being thirty-six
competent civil engineer, well known I I.Fines __--_- ____ _--_--_--_--__ 44.50 showed him to be the big man of the United States: Senator prepared for. The serving was done For representative < fee $5.-10)-A.) .
in the frtate, has been engaged to supervise -,I Interest from Brad. Co Bank 49.57 ial! contest. He should be re-elected because his ability and I| by Myrtice Roberts, Maud Hunter and S. Crews, E. L. Crosby, 1). 1McIon ...
the work on the behalf of the Taxes _ _ _ ---- --_--14(58.10 i Lottie Stokes, which started the dinner aid W. G. Seals, Joe Hill Williams. _I
_. influential standing place him in position to give the peoplethe For clerk circuit fee
city. His assistant is Engineer K. L. '- in a joyous manner, the menu court ( $60)i)
Gray, a competent man, and he will Total u __ __ _u__ -_ ___--_lii; :;/1:i best possible service. consisting of five courses. II. C. Richard, W. T. Weeks.
remain here to oversee the work and The treasurer's "lport'a,; ordered At the close of the banquet Prof.S. For sheriff (fee $60))-S. B. Den-
insist that it be done right and according filed as follows: A. Draper acted as toastmaster and mark, W. J. Epperson.
to specifications, the latter, bv General Fund toasts were as follows: For county judge (fee $20): )-Thos. ,
Apr. 1, to amt hand __ ___ 2i 8.9<> "Our Starke Trip," Carl Alderman.
the waybeing exceptionally well on -- > __ ___ I J. Dekle, Geo. -A.G rdinl "'.
drawn Apr. 2'J reed sale ire hose u__ 10.00 u "The Seniors"' York Colson.
up. For tax fee :JO J. C.
Our attention has been called to the Reed Silas Kite licenses u_ _u 2.7o; "The Basket Ball\ Girls," Othoe :Mi- assessor ( $ )-
advisability of overhauling, examining Reed Silas Kite fihes __ n___ 44.50 FAMINE AND PESTILENCE SWEEPING zelle. wright.Byrd, J. Vernon Jones, X. U. Wain-
_ :G7.03 "Algebra." Eva
and providing proper, sound and I Reed Silas Kite taxes Epperson. For tax collector (fee $30))-B. M.
adequate water and sewer connectionwith At a late hour the banqueters departed .
abutting property along those Total __ _u u__ __ ___$693.27: for thiir homes, presentingtheir Dowling W. Hazen.
mer.streets This that unquestionably will be paved this should sum-be April :!9 by amt pd out __u_- :280.05 OVER MEXICO; MOBS SEIZING FOOD Maybelle thanks\ Bradley and appreciation and Gracie to Fotre.:Misses -Schell_For O. L.,School F.Mizell A. superintendent Scott., E. R.! Poppell(tfee, F.$20): G.

April 29 to amt hand --$41:5.22:: who so ably assisted the Juniors with
done, as no one would wish to see any on For supervisor of registration (fee$2)C.
of our pavements, which have been so Road and Bridge Fund their banquet. : A. Knight.
long in coming, torn up in scores of Apr to amt on hand uuu__ 63.91 Those present were Misses May-:
places in order to connect with thesewers I Apr. 29! recd Silas Kite taxes 220.21 WITHDRAWAL OF AMERICAN TROOPS FROM SAN ANTONIOIS belle Bradley, and Gracie Fogg the E.For Kelly.county surveyor ( fee $1)-Go.
and w.tter mains, and it wouldbe I Junior students; Misses Mary Ruth I
Total _ _$234.15Interest : Williams. Marguerite For county commissioner: ( fee $3):
the Lowery Ruby
difficult matter to restore
Fund Roberts, Marion Richard, and :Masters
pavement to proper evenness '
E. Adkins J. J. Blackwelder J.
to amt hand______ 1078.72 Fritz Townsend, York Colson .Julian B.
strength over the broken places. The Apr 1 on -- ,
town council should pass an ordinance Apr 29 reed Brad. Co Bankn_ ;0.47 Loadholtz Hubert Edwards, Othoe
H. I). J. II.bore, James
requiring this to be done immediately Apr 29 reed Bank of Starke.-_ 49.57; :Mizelle; the Seniors, Misses Clara Reynolds -
C. A. Roberts, A. B Surrency,
or in the event of the owner of the I J. I. Underhill, A. H. Williams.For .
property being a non-resident, thetown (Continued on Page ">:), COLUMBUS, X.1.., May 17.-There has been a veritable (Continued on Page 8.) I member school board (fee $3): )
should then make the propel'connections -I. E. Douglass, Chesty! Fogg L. W.Kickliter .
as a lien on the property.Let reign of terror following the withdrawal of the American troop I J. C. McRae, Truby B. Pin- '
us see to it that our streets are BRADFORD GIRLCOMMUTED from San Antonio to Namaquipa, according to reports brought MEXICAN SITUATION holster, N. E. Roberts.
not torn for the next
up by anyone For justice of the (fee $1)- .
five years, as we all know it is impossible I here this morning by truck drivers arriving from the front. Bandits I P. I.. Blanchard, II. peace L. Gatlin B.)D. r {

in to the replace same an condition asphalt it pavement was- :' SUICIDE have begun killing Chinese, Mexicans und Indians who fur- BECOMING I I :M.Kelly..J. Sapp.Win. F. Malphurs. J. C. Poppell, ii i-

before for nished food and other to the American The withdrawal
making an excavation water supplies troops. 1 | For constable ( fee $11 -II. B. Ben-

or sewer connection. of the Americans to their new base commenced on Fridav nett, Jacob Johns, :M. M.! Morgan, J. rJ
C. Prevail R. M. Richard J. :M. Ro- \
last. An of fever at Casas Grandes three miles
LONG DROITII BROKEN epidemic typhus i gers.V.. T. Reaves, G. W. Sapp, Leni ,..
from the American camp at nubIan, has caused Colonel Cahell to ''I Sapp C. X. Shaw, J. K. Stephens. -j
Shower Fell Saturday and Was Followed The aggregate sum paid to the county i
I keep all American troops from entering the town. by the.above named candidates I
|I Amounted to C23.80.: *"'
MERLY OF LAKE BUTLER': Hunjjer-Cra/ed Mobs: Seize Food at TorreonIJROWXSVILLE. I RAID ON U. S. TERRITORY The Ielo'anJiolatt'.-- do not seek ,
The rain has come at last. | offices for profit and were. not subject
It arrived Saturday. To say that -- I II :, Texas.Im' 17.Food riots in northern to fees:

the earth was thirsty would) be to usea Victim of Betrayal End.. Life With I :Mexico are causing conflicts between: civilians and Carranzistas.: Two Armies Ready lo Filter :Mexico II For member corgres.-Jonal committee -
mild expression. It acted like a -II. J. Stewart.
!salt drummer who had spent two Pistol in Jacksonville Home 'I Mobs of hunger-crazed women at 'J o1'r'on have ')"en fired upon by On Signs nf Hostilitie*-Heady For member state di-nn'cratic executive -

weeks in the dry territory between: Police Make Arrcst.s.We I II !'oldil'rth1"o :separate times when the women tried to seize food i, For What! :May Come. eomrnittee-.J. E. I i'utch.
Tampa iml Jacksonville and; arriving I For member ('ountc'mocratil'! executive -
in the latter city, straightway hies gathered for the troops, according to today's reports. The death i I (,.,committee:. !II.> Abernathy

himself to the nearest package emporium clip the following from Tuesdays rate among Mexican children from starvation i is reported to be The conference in Kl Paso between I.. Brown I F. I.. Cc.lsen, .John Croft,
gets a bottle of beer and I drinks! \ Times-Union : (;lenenil.s Scott and Funston, for the I.-F.j Fralick. Louis !II. Hill. 1)). W.Kelly. -
it on the door step. You could almo.-t \ :Alleged to have; been d"'cei\ed I by the exceedingly high. I II United States and Minister of war' I 1). W. :Moore, 11. II. Williams.t ..
hear the "thirsty earth" gulp down man vho i is said to haw promised to.I I Obregnn, and Foreign Minister .\ma-I t Candidates are reminded! that their
the waler" anl say, "Oh, how dry I marry her pretty 1:i-y<'ar-ohl Susie I Deemer and Payne Rescued' I dor: for Mexico, after sitting for two secondtatem"nt of exnscs; must be
was! I ThHnu Scarborough! daughter of )11':'. \weeks ended at the same point whereit 1 filed with the clerk of tin-. circuit court
The Telegraph( l km-w: all along! that I.ila Scarborough. :;::M May street.: I Uiverside i'I' i- I SAX AXTOXIO'\" 17.Jesse Deemer and Monroe Payne, stoodlicn it I h( gan. Th' point upon lint -arlier than :May J.:th, and not
the rains Wt're coming this wav. forj I'' shot and killed\! hrrself in ; which the conferees could !later, than May 29th.
when 'I' the Americans who were carried oil by the Glenn; Springs} raiders not atrreewas
we got our supply! of mail bags room at her moMier's home 111'1'\I : the I''aruation'nfex: [ :'o by Unitcd I Besides: the political picnics already
May 4th, they wenas damp altllimp before :.1 i o'clock yesterday were rescued Tueclay.lajor Langhorne and his= command expect -!i States soldiers and it was decided hold, the following au, yet to takei

as showing;; the hand that of it hid a defeated rained! ,,candidate o'l.'wh"I'down : : The authorities are working on th,1tllt'ory to l 1)(' in contact with the bandit gang of raiders today in the i to lot the matter be settled 1 by diplomats i I place\ : Hampton. :May 20th (tomorrow
: \! abducted I of the respective countries. EvenSVIiIC )I. Kaiford, :May :liTth. Worthington. -
the road. The sacks of May! llth that or und'ily pf'ih.j'I persuaded:' the girl to was:leave I region of El Pino. Major Langhorne reported to General Fun- i the conference was taking,: place June 3rd.

the were rain d'tn11wI"'t was coming. which closer.meant FI'i.n'lR. that! homo.Aivordinjr. I !ston today that the bandits:; are fleeing in two wagons. It seems !I Villisia.s! : (assaulted'1'01"\I the American border! from! citizens Mexico -i and So pleasant far the campaign, remarkably} 1-as !been free clean from
F. Rolterts. who i.- a elo.etu /leH ; to Scarborough I her that they left Deemer and Payne !behind with Mexican family, I! living at different points in Texas soit 1 accusations and recriminations, among
of nature, told that the salt in his daughter: left home Sunday afternoon it is
u-i : the county candidates, and hoped
where! they found unhurt by Langhorne'trooper'. The I could not be expected! that the |I
smokehouse was I Uroming damp, with IK! t'XI'I""l..1 intention of marrying were : I I it will\ remain so to the -nd.j !.
which and and\ Iaingto Atlanta. Mrs. American representatives: would )be ---- --.,"
meant approaching! rain message received here states that there are no Carranzistas about of -
willing call their soldiers! out I
sure enough: ihe next dav it rained.Sunday \. Scarborough: says the girl left a letter I' to j thing. lAttheMexieins.shoot their
and lIr.Ianiht it rai'u-d: fo" Ill'h'othe\' to this: effect but El Pino and that the natives are very friendly to the American I :\[{'xil'o.'I'n after hearing the fo-! ![ heads off and run out of ammunition,
again and the country i is saved. Tho u'lsotjuent investigations led her to I I lowing swashbuckler assertion from and) maybe by mon in we will be in
crops will now have nothing! to do but believe that she had not !left the city I :Mexicans Routed With Heavy Loss I Obrogon and Amador: I a position to give theri a run."
to grow and will have a iroml l start of She th"n asked the !police to make a j "The remaining of American sol- ; On the dash from tin-intent' Smith
the grass. It i i.< nnt too late to !plant earch for her daughter. I MARATHON, Texas, May 17.-Six Mexican bandits are reported i diors on .I'xil'anlJil can no longer 'and) ( 'i o-kemn had lost th"ir revolvers,
late varieties of coin al.-o cow-peas, The girl. h m''wl' returned home | be tol 'rat.d. I If (;{Jwral Per>hing does\ having been forced tn. ''.'trt'at to the
to be killed and seventy injured by detachment of American
and those who had potato vines have terday afternoon of her own ac- a riOt immediately Il'athe, ,.ol planted them. The grass on the commons (' and when quo>tionod by 1 her 'I cavalry near Laguna del Presno.New i the :Mexican government will give l.at- the rapid approach of the Mexican I
had stonned jjrowinir and bosrii'i! untli,,r with reference to her marriage! t 14' to him and his little band." Th" bandit pouml! :< 'on.tant fusillade -
to die. cnmIJl'llingmo"t of tht cattle I stated that the man to whom she wasngaged I :\ll'xi;;;. thaJ'l' for war when the :' While the 1l"Jjtiation'I'"t.. goingon .. : afhllt... at the window and
to go to the lakes where thr- herbnire! {' told her he could not secure : .Mexico (;\lardmt'n I'ro\e Motley I mm of some other tate take the risks: Co!. I Iovz*', with :!.tI') men (.f the door of the adobe ln-use. Not an
was better and! water abundant: ; the a marriage license. Following\ talk I Throng | and :hed the blond. Opponents) of the llth I cavalry, had( a brush with a de-1: American cavalryman f1in\ the exchanges. -
generous rain. will\ start the grass" between' mother and daughter the girl I!' army preparedness and advocates of I tachmont of \ lli4a,;, in which I:! of' .
to erowing again. wont to hI'1'.1 )!11 evidently in a deiros.ed nH.l IJD: X. :M.I\ t\ 1.": -An 'I' a >tat'> militia as a national weapon'' the latter were killed an,1,1': ( were ta- j 1'ick out any moving f. gure," j-hout-
The drouth which is ju-t ,>:ast. really frame of mind. nrmy in the making j is dong through'tiV of defense might consider the otTtring: keu pi-Honors without a single American (',1 l mit h. "and let !!o."
began with the lieginning the "I I hone you will forgive mo." she : tl iai "formation process h( r". 1 he of :New Mexico. l'I'inghut.. Another squad( of The little\ band tf ntf m 'n took
year, hut it was not unpm-odented. aid.. "I know' ( I..d will. It was not entire quota of the New Mexico Na- j i S'.ime of the guardsmen! came in di rl.y American cavalrymen pursued a num- turns shooting from the window.; Blood:
Such dr mth;; hav hapnen I before! nv' fault.! ti..nalla,1; i.< in camp, having rolled! j' hat* and some in caps; many yore bfr of Villistas under General ('ervanI.it stains on the dry ground around the *
and are soon forgotten after the rains She was \\weeping" she entered the into Columbus in three :special trains. ; white collars\ which wilted in the sun. i to.-, ; there were no fatalities, as h come. The shortage nf one stat.lo i is room1'.1 clo! >od the door. In a ft'nlt1 \\' I In all towns c.f the state recruiting Others carried suit cases like a troupe: ;: the VillNtas wre too fleet of font ,111''I'atte,1 \ 1t'1Iltsufff'I'p.1: l in; tb<; attack, but
made up }bv tho greater quantity of .l'llto: a revolver shot ran? out, and nflirer.haxo )been left !'I'hin.to\ souiid of barntormers.. some were co./less. : : among the mountains i Sergeant Smith Irflievihat seven or
another That's the advantage' when moiv.fiers of the family rushed :appeals to patriotism, which it i is hop-i i.. with .-hirt.: of varied hues, others were The rtory of the raid upon Cilenn'; eight !bandit* weie kild! and, some
florid farming we are not depending late: the room they found the git.h'\ id will bring each company up to the j! in uniform or part uniform. hut they Springs, Texas, irads like fiction: were wounded.)
on two or three staples: wo havea ing with a bullet' !! wound in her heart. I. strength of >i\ty-five men on which i I all\ belonged, to the regiment. The The Mexicans, e.-timatfd at from 1:> For three l wir !,'nr< the fight wentfin.
dozen of 'em. Everybody farmersand She died in a few seconds. the government insists before mustering '; state's: quota of "armed citizenry." I to :L'OU in number, in charge of Colonel ".Tut a little whil, ; more. boys
town dwellers are truly! h-ippv According! to Mrs. !Scarborough! her I I into the Federal service. i I i 1 though:: probably! willing to tight, was Ceivantes. appeared suddenly on the' and daylight will !I.<' with us." urged
and thankful over the rains. husrhter has: known the young man A regiment of f i:.i:5:: men: and a battery i.! far from ready.STUIENT top of a hill beneath which Glenn Smith who knew the bandits would
''to whom she was engaged for some 'I of field artillery ""lthI. m'n.i I Ii i Springs nestled. The figures of the retreat once they U-caijie good) targets
GOOD! WORD FOR rXDERHII.I) : timo. The mother said she had purchased was the showing! of the state. New i ) : WILDS) II'PIXTS.) ; :: Ian.litsWre silhouetted again.-t the in the light of dawt
the girl's\ trousseau.It Mexico, on the l order, is one of tho.estate I .skyline. Noting their numbers. Private The :Mexicans! fojght? in s-kirnii-h
think :Mr. Underbill should 1 be 1'tainf'd (' i is not known where tho cirl secured in which the sentiment is strongest I I J. Birck. of Troop A. 14th Cai formation. That wa- jii'fl'if to Smith's .
as county commissioner for ) the revolver with which she ended and the demand the loudest for I II I.. Mean, a former student in I i valry, on outpost: duty, emptied his eyes that h,* was d h vCt Xo 5 becau.e he ha? proven her life. According to members of intervention in :Mexico. Apparentlythe : the University of Florida College of'', revolver to rouse the camp and then'I body. The attacker.-5 hordes were
by stand ho takes on matters that the family thl're'a;; no revolver in state's offering in fighting men is I Agriculture is building dipping vats | dashed back to the tent. Sergeant tt 1erf'd.fme distance to the rear, .
come before the board to be a man the house to their knowledge.The too small to lie in ket'pingwith the in Bradford county. C. K. McQuar- I I Smith and Private Croskem jumped i I II i and the brigands maintained their attack #
of good executive ability. He guards authorities" wore immediately vociferous demands in street cornersor I ri{'. state agent for the Extension Di I to the fly of the tent. Observing numbers -!:i on three sides of the house, from
against unnecessiry expense, but 1n *- not i fi'dnd Justice E. E. Willard the floors of congress for war with vision. recently attended the dedication of Mexicans at hand. they ran ';1 which there was no escape except by .
lleves he in doing things thoroughly as wont to the home and made an investigation. Mexico. I of a vat which was built hv Mr. 'I to an adobe hut where the six other the door and the single window :
he "'n den"nstrates on the roads After securing statementsfrom Like man of the Americans in :Means for A. S. Brown, of Dukes.: cavalrymen were preparing to make I i Unable to rout the Americans fromi
build, especially the road to Rai- witnesses Justice Willard d'cid- I More than 150 head of cattle were their defense. i i their mud-walled fort. rh<' leader of
ford.vnLj" has been straightened and ed that it would not be nerls"aftn ingly pl'eltand possessed many warm dipped that day. The door of the hut hou.. which I i I the Mexican band !2av* orders to I
: as Irfect as any one could hold an inouost for the purpose of friends. The family i is highly regarded IrInns: reports that Bradford had only one window, was barred, and I. throw fire balls on the fI'ihirh! wa s:
mS.itr> The citizens in that 'om- making a further investic-ation regard. and many friends will regret the and Columbia county farmers are interested Sergeant Smith, seeing that his men thatched partly\ with ti:: and partlywith -
that apPreiat his work so much inp the cause ')f the death of the girl. deplorable tragedy.The in dipping and he plans to were overwhelmingly outnumbered candalaria weed. .
of they 'XDect to clay several miles JT.'I: !Scarborough i is survived bv her police have already made three build several vats for them. Under gave orders to shoot carefully and not Flaring torches made yf torn cloth the .
for next fall. So let's cast our vote mother, two sister;: and two brothers.She arrests in connection with the affair, conditions in those counties he is constructing waste the ammunition. and weeds were dropp upon -
one that has already proven good was born in Bradford county in in order to clear up the cause of the the vats for one-half to "We are up against it cold," Smith I
A VOTER. March 7, 19



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I I wonderful works rf the Creator. Nothing acts like dynamite on a sluggish ; take over his newly-purchased prop-
p\:: cf wind on the petal: l may harethe I tSiT rp ar ra I : :Sptt tL
: is more wonderful: than the rrjtrre's effect Clover growing was: # liver. When calomel comes into erty and to assume its management, GtuGuttS: : ?

of the members of the xejretavelirjrdom. : tried: :same in Australia: without sjccesuril contact with sour be it crashes into the recent owner met him at the JACKSONVILLE 'Ouluran ,

They are all weak and helpless ". sees and bumblebees:! were imported it. causing cramping and nausea.If ., railroad station and bade him welt :. _
and dependent on r.urr.trjus a: ; -
; from Er.jrla! and turned out feel bilious headachy
you constipated come.
exister.ee nhih. .f they
for their ,
. ties h
5ho".ild cease to work wou:3: san concert amor.?: the clover blossoms. The insects and all knocked out, just go'''| As they climbed into the native'sbuggy l General Insurance!
. our fair earth ir.to a det<: yft sucking gathered' the nectar from theirfeet I ArK to your druggist and get a 50 cent to drive through the woods to f -1 1
rome pollen on ,
Feed time and har.en; !ro01 all; the : thr'.o' bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone whichis the spat where the plant: was located, I
crawhrjr ; i
and in over I
f represent ?-ne fat !t tII
tirr.*. Of all the d.vis.o-- ralur:
.r---... this pollen came in' contacth wr' a harmless vegetable -.institute for the stranger said:
kir dcm = of most k- CLASS ccrFre5; and will
th 1 .. .. pistils: and trey were thus: : rlh- duiireroJ' calG fle1. Take a spoonful "I wish ,"o'.I'd't: me a few hints II ..
tHO liar, for i it feeds us. directly .. constantly on it.e ulcrt: 'o .
. : zed. Mary! years aZj yojrp *.: : and if it doesn't start jour !liver and right o2 about how to run this business !- promote

,. or irdir'.c,1v draw! ar.j ftie; medium* from IT wfe ;.n.portrd to' California; from. ,w w r S -traiphten you up better and quicker profitably! You =pe. I'm a little I your i;:.er: ss. G--antee: 11.
which we r';r -t'ra::c .
nether earth and the air.
,' ; :
t A ':ar.1--a-.d ry tb t t-r:!. we mean they ;., \r1 no fnl::. This \-ar.v' ( i:2'0'1: sick, you just po tack ar.d getyour lumber dealer al my life but I sever I trons. A well.sritter.. p'.I'icy by ; .
tree have or'.y: the f.owrrf ,,',; ERNEST AMOSAN
( tr.ythir that trewsi; :ct a dead money.If undertook to handle! the raw material I a first-class spent in a first-
; sex (,n irdiv; ..bal trecf.e true really -
tilt :?, but is in rr.fst cases fast to thearth !! Gave fsoTers; thojh: they archldOcr. EXPERIENCED MAN FOR you take calomel toda.01'11 be before." II class ccmranysmetimes: means
log or a rotk. A counterpart tick i and nauseated tomorrow : besides "Well mister," stated the late owner
or a t
,s' to it in this respect; : in tani:'!-. 1 cute Syriar5, to prevent c .ir.p(.ti'o'[ '! STATE COMPTROLLER it may salivate! you, while! if you take frankly, 1 wish I could give you

kingdom, is t order or shellfish= Yet: !suchas it in f f.? gro'\ r. had sent only! female: yon 5TVTEUDITOR FOR 12ERS. Dodson's Liver Tone you will wake up the advice you want but I reckin I [ H. C. RICHARD, Starke

oy:=tern, L.rnauoi': etc. trees AS soon as some male! f-e- fe-'1 Hip great full cf ambition a:: I i. than *1 location as i ie = KNOWS THE WORK OfCCHII'THOLLER'S .
onetime; can !had beA: procured figs; grew ;r. abun ready for work or play. It's harmh..ss.pleasar.t in.law died and Kit me this here mill ,1 .
the tae with the water hyacinth.Lif' OFFICE THOROUf.HLY -
,t manifests iself; } in and safe to gin to children! : in his will! My two boys helped me r. _
in a plant ; danee.hea ., ; FROM ACTUAL EXPERIENCE. -
; seed h !cor.e; rife they aresrattered like j n-41.2: her and there wasn't no other .
other than growth in !size' aM re- they it. iSEABOARD to run COFFINS CASKETSAnd
way W-
aff r.cies. II
: :
{ proluctio'r.; a= in the way it Y.f-a.1-! injures hands and so I never had to ray outnothil'
i: is r.ll kr.n.v how "the devil's pitchfork: : \Ol'R ron + + + + of' + + + + + + + + + + + timber a MI I line of
?u=tair.ed. also; when a tree for wae>-5 I stole! all the: :
the .
, the Usrzarweed i-f-ed.; ardpr.th 1'1..1 \.t =' :r. +
I prostrated by ther.d but its roof cockleburr make nn and animals!: + I cut and: my stepbrother who'sthe Undertakers' Supplies
1 I tm.cor.r.fcte.} with; the earth, a ranch : : + TIME TABLE. + division freight!: agent for the
I form- asrv them around and fcatte.fm been a tO;=-up a= to which end should! Always ha1.: The best
straight + or. service
; I. v?:ns to prow upward. i- place wheretey! did rot 1ro't*- le top and which the! root. Tottoiwood + railroad. used to slip! all my: lumberout -
iris a rrx tru"k. Some plants, have + New time table takes effect: + at the ]lowvt prices. Special
I' in- fore. Acorn are ;scattered Vy sg71rrPls. and otter trees growing on for me. so I never had to pay no

I I the sense i the of "sensitive touch. A brier.familiar" whseI ; Some seeds are carried. by mmfir river hanksubject to cadre, often + 1:01; : a. m. Sunday, Jan. 2 191C. + freight cha.rges-and last year I come attention to telegraph::; orders..

l.f't ttaree;: ; .vater. The Tota"u', it WOUMwm tumble: ir.to the water and coat away + Trains will: arrive in Starke as + S2.TuO behindSaturday Evening -" -
ilfrhe'tr a5 soon a= touch : out ;
I leaves ed. Any pant! having tendrils: will ? : could not well! te thus scattered! !later proundiip! : on a sandbar.: If the + fo'.lcxvs: : + PostTRAVEL. Registered! EmbalmerDeWITT.cTjONES

I ,t but in Africa: where it grow wild top bppt'rto: LC covered up with + +
= the tendrils -
grasp supports as oon a whirlwinds; of treat power come earth and the root left bar, the + Jacksonville + ,
them. Tampa
in contact with to ,

Another come instance is the sunflower and around if peanut scope holein happen to the to*ground" there 'will I branches prow will up! from take the root roots.and: stems If anorange ;( + Xo. 1 .11:14 p. m.No. + IN ARMY FORMATIONObserver Suc'sr to G. C..,Livingston & Co .a

which yill turn toward theun until carried along ard :scatteredfar '1 be little + 3 __........__11:15 a. rn. +
they are tree cut by the plow II | Starke Fla.
i it has absorbed; enough of beams for away from horn We hare all trees; will start prowin? from the j I + No. 9 (Limited: ) .10:34 a. m. + Has Told of Peculiar Hab- ,

-1 i the time Mrs; then it will turn'awa !seen' the downy !reeds of sea myrtleand 'end1 I' = of the cut root. Examples of i, + + Its of Crabs Found In Philippine : :.!t
the rightbloomingcereus ; : 1
it also .
} from ; in the air. The how will from branchesI" + +
thistle f.oatir roots start Jacksonville to Cedar KeyNo. Islands.
I .4+$444444344
which opens its petals at sundown H'J-N4.. >
seed of a wild pea erowir.p in flor- are common, as many of our trees and + 15 5:04: p. m. I .
them I
and closes at sunup. I ida are" scattered in a curious rr-iT'-r.: shrubs cannot be propagated any oth-! + + On some of the sand.fiats of the ,
Most start from feeds. Somei' + COMER L PEES ;
of them plants have lost their power of pro-. When the purls. become thorourh': ''er way than from cuttinps.. Grasses I, + Tampa to JacksonvilleNo. + Philippine islands uncovered at low:' .
dry the luraments that hold the two will strike root from the joints when iprostrated I tide, there are often to be seen huge
Ii during sends: or at least perfect ones, that 1 + 2 ._. 4:54 a. m. + to Florida Reel ;Mate, Land and. 'tJ
i halves : together partly decay =o and plants like the; .
; many blue crabs
numbers of the grayish
. ::1 but thy dd: so in former days before when the air in the pod is heated and tomato. shoot roots: from the stems if N o. 4 3:41 p. m. + : !' .

.' man took a har.d in iirprovi'-g them i, expardby!. the sun the po.l bur-ts coer.dth earth. | + Xo. 10 (Limited: )_-_ 5:54; p. m. + ,, called Mycttris. The body has the a Timber Eipert I
i bereStVhn bushes, and size of and the ..
\ for his row shape a cherry
I open, the sides curl up and in doing! Fur.:: is plants have seeds so liht; + +
for instance were wild they were repnxlucfd : R. Cowles 33 Experience: at Starke. *
close P.
legs are set Dr. years
, I from the
. with the Irish so propel the seeds' away that they float about in the air, innsihle I + Cedar Key to JacksonvilleNo. + "
seed. .
by so UndiirtM: seeds are carried th* The : ff's" '' has given us a lovely picture of the
plart. to exe. "powder pt + 14 9-24: +
-. For the prodjction : a. m. +H'H..1 'H'! ;'H1+H''H1''
and sweet potato
of long distar'= by birds and animald'opp'd -, often f'-en are balls full! of such: : seeds, + + ways of these matures. ,
of s two k'r.d5 -
Totrft'ftN; .
and often fall in places where or "sj-0r-.M-h t1I'Clme Out like' Th'y move about Eke diminutive: : -- -- '
flowers, -tamil.atP a'd pi-tiau!! -*rsae + Wannee Trains + ... .tt .........
they ran pro'v. The ;seeds of a cfrtainlocjr a l brow-M-h; snT'kwhr.. the i tail! i- armies. though the individuals seem : .:
and female-arrr'f.Jired.; I.p'y heland! + Xo. 1C! Leaves Sarke't:4: ;j a. n.X +
have !hit!}. and ritiI flee h.wn' hard :: cruhd.Spetic, to be scrambling; : along rather awk- for prompt ;'returns and
: amen
fO'XN : ;
; eircumtare's. + I1( i .-!'i'n.: 5 r. +
Jf :j'j'-, !Jk.p.'j., i
have them ditTerert thf-y ci1 : ot sprout xeir wardly. : sattsfaclioi sir,,> FRLIT PRO- \ \
plants: in
some + T. J. GRIFFIN +
Bu soTi:timflipht\ of antI drirrals! flourish for : Agent.
men a cycle
i flowers like the corn plart.} ard others But what is nr s{ remarkab1! is o DUCE, CHlCkCXS and EGGS .
rirg will strike aid ?
I. have the sixes on iitK-rer trees.The the } "rr.i"t! tree happens to fall .-'.It-i,i-.,tic.'r'1 :". .d die OUT. A f..mil! ,.r + + + + 41 + + + + + + + + + + + their power of irtrnrhins themselves f
tam<:r.' contain the pollen!! avery WIt \traonhr.ary rapidity. At cne Atlantic produce Co.
i liifr fne Powder, t.-ualy! '...low.I whfre ,hf"d= have fallen. The cxamp1: i is the oli'-t.mr! yellow!! pine ::1 --- ---- ---- ; J

" When the polif-n i is rip it i- blown heat from the fire craikhe shillsand Flt.! :,
I the .=eelgr! -t chance to sprout. will:! bra I'offnriL' the sands the nest moment there .
a are o::e scan no mor
. about by the wid! or distributed! l by : a1.',"<. chowtO the of It is the mo't -.pee-dy remedy we !know. ........+..awttP.............
find. The ffw i"tance': given : : lack sturdy: are ncn?. .
of -- -- -- --- -- --
the fist of insects, and some it I
I :
th of the 'heir Th. nine i is de-
d'rerdereP nar'nt '
; fmfxU't a
xvry By approachir.: slowly; and
I its into the hollow pistil: and i iI' i- ; very
\fwti ,Ji. kirgdrm, on other departments ff !r-f'.en: trecit; ear-not heal large ;i ,
carried down to the ovules, whir h it carefully, Docter Cowl 's was able to
: of nature, but the same interdependence wound-d when: falln!! i.o srmuts'gross $
fertilize Thp (rules! are thedi I' see what happened When he got .b
the whole the and It NTht
na- from ts.
up stump rc .
emtrvo.* 'i the each wi-h to heartfelt 1.-2
: in corn plant express our near enough and stamped with his % trQ
I I tare: ; nothing is selfcontair.ed;. everything : :> also: a poor sted'-r. Some other i
hair of theilk; i i-;; a pistil; and the thanks to our many friend who so foot crab dug into the sand
must assist and receive nsit-: treys. a= the cypress, how a remarkable every
flower containing the stamens is the kifdly assisted; us during the lat ill-
I ho\, the marvelous with the legs on one side. and at the :
I ",I'{'e. They also tenacity of life. Among plant -t
tassel at the top. If a corn plant r.e-s of our loving wife and mother.
cf the God of nature the well known growth same time rotated its body that
f intrtive powers prickly pear, a so
j-tard alone it i- likely to have the P. Smith ar.d Family.No .
I '' I- ) cob only partly! cn'ere'd'with kernels, i i His constant supervision and His lore on dry.: t-arn-n spots: is juicy and i It sank out of sight in a spiral.

i for everything created. "The fool would soon be eaten to extinction by i In two or three seconds the army
the pollen! from the tassel; may be 666 will
I as cure Malaria or Bilious
blown elsewhere by the wind. Whenth" :-with: There is no God. : animals", if it was not protected I byepir.es. : had buried itself. After a few minutes
The seed is the embryo plant, compactly It bars seeds: jet its: tenacity Fexer._ It kills the germ!
.1 stalks are close together and of ;, If the sand was not shaken, they began -
rolled\ tosfthei.: When !supplied ( f life is such that if a leaf is --
.;;1 1 the same ape every hair of the silk with the three essential things moisture broken off and falls on the hot dry mer.t or water will go a long way to to dig themselves out again and,
will recede pollen and thus be ferti- find it. They will follow water andI re-forming their ranks, resumed their
warmth and air, it will sprout 'aj d, 'h" leaf will\ take roots and irroxx-
4. .. i The moi-ture and carbonic acid contained This i> a wise provision for if this i I sewer pipes and if they find a hole. J march. ,

:: For Railroad Commissioner, in the oil change the starch plant was rellonfrem the desertp''s I though not larger than a hair. a lit- I i iI iI I i -'

':'of which the sped is chiefly! composedinto .- there would always! remain f tle root will! enter and when inside I WHAT Of HERS SAY

supar-on* phase of carton, thi ren, but 1.y it- humble efforts it :! : spread out into a large brush which African Fashion Notes : JT-tp T"e at otft heat: ? of IlEI'ICATID
.. -ubstance comnosirp: the greater part the first inception to vegetation /.or-I I will choke up the pipe. The roots The prettiest dress of the Mpongwe I 5.\i.T BRICK. I I.rant, ed your Medicated

i i of each plant. The radicle or root I Bushes under a railway trestle exude r-n acid which disintegrates woman is a cloth drawn up under the Irick. :i; fir about tc n';-art, and ts a tonic
ii I f r !Iol"s ". prows downward and the top or not grow higher than up to the ties, a I stone and sand thus extracting plant arms a scarf on the shoulders, and a I It is absolutely! In -cat! by itsef.: Any
plumule, gro.\'s upward. In the case ort of instinct seeming warn themof food from the mineral Cowpeas and handkerchief folded over the coiled ran mho wi:l trite 't. trlU will never be

, I',,. : of most seeds the seed is carried the danger of attaining a greater I some other leguminous plants hareknots hair in a high stiff fold set well up I i OLt.uithoct It In lus I*ra R.fetish if. TELETT.tHs: order f'

: above ground I by: the plumule! and the heipht. They were the first to adopt on their root in which organism: on the head rather like a child's idea' :i'lVuota. Tel: ?y :5, 1 U. r.
two halves! are"converted into seed 'the rule of "sofe-ty: first. You have called bacteria are bred. These "m- (
" of a crown, writes Jean Kenyon Mackenzie :,
tr.fy"; the unavailable! ammonia in the : ,
tlea'Es contain albumen : often of
Uae.The trees
-( seen a grove pine in
soil and convert it into nitrogen the in the Atlantic. There is a ] + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
which supports the jounpplant which the highest trees: are in the center '
"! before it has became well rooted,, and the smaller on the outskirts. most valuable of plant food. Cowpeascan great fancy for purples and lavenders I + }

tL I just a.- the albumen in the white of an This: ds nature's way of arranging therefore prow on soils too sterile set off with shades of rose and red i +

Ir Y egg support the chick' while it is them to withstand storms.; The wind for many other plants. and a sudden keen note of gilt. With +

H 3 being formed in the egThe little | will b* deflected upward when strik- Durir.grouth": the pores of the black there will!] be a touch of most FOR SALE :|

slash pines; have their tuft of straw I inS such a grove, just as when it leaves partly fill up with dust, and the delicate bright @:reen. A cloth and a I, +

:surmounted by the shell of the seed I strikes the "hip roof"' of a dxx-elhnp. dri\ingrains we often have in this scarf worn by a woman of beautiful *

when they peep up out of the ground Trees! near the sea lean away: from stat are necessary; for cleaning the I II +
just as many little chicks have a piece the water for the same reason leas and beating off insects, as wellas gesture-and a Gabonnaise is always : + 40 acres on Lvxvtey and Lake fi

of ezg shell on their heads when they j Flowers are mostly of bright colors to water the roots. I 1 that-hare a certain mutable charm; I i + Butler road, 3. miles west of "

,1 make their debut into the world. Later -and scented. The colors and the scentsare When a plant burns all the organic the movements of the body, the wind + Lawtey. ; +

1 on water enters the roots the water -' supposed to attract insects so that matter-that is. all that has been ,, that blows from the sea-these renew -!1 + 25 acres on I Lawtey and: Highland f

holding in solution nitrogen potash thrv will diffuse the pollen. formed! from the air and water, is and display the folds of the garment -I +
I'.J :. and ph)phoric acid, the three princi- j Though the pnatest number of burned up. The ashes which are left BO that the eye is intrigued. I road, "National Highway. +

t : pal ingredients of plant food. This plants draw their sustenance from the consists of the mineral matter extracted ; i + One-half mile north of depot

water, as sap, ascends in the stem by Foil, some have other ways of lixnr.p. from the soil. H. E. L. i i iI I I!: + $600 cash cr terns. .

. the same capillary attraction which The iMftletoa! is a par'-i it? and suits Turkish Hospitality. i i i" 20 acres on Laxrtey and High- +

h 1 draws water up a towel or a !sponge i it s nutr-'hrnent from the tree? it at- I The Turkish people like most others I', + land road, ati'mal: Highway." +

Or oil up a lamp wick the nature of tck.Ihe water lia'iith live off are of "mingled yarn" and have ;I II f i + One mile north! Lawtey. About +

liquids: being to creep along very small t'.e \H.t'r and the air.; Mi3 air plant\ : their virtues as well as their faults + 'I'l
I I i six cleared. cash or
j acres : $600
II S. A. BRYAN openings. or pores, the fibres in the !I L'ter seen on the /'Im trees in the Writing about a visit in a Turkish I l + +
I stems of plants being not too close toIpether :liwamp1r.s: well as 'h' Sp-ri-h moss, "Cured"Mrs. < home an Englishwoman, Miss Grace i j .
nor too wide apart to make lives off the air. A plant in South + LII. HILL.

i t I beg to announce my candidacy 'I this attraction impossible. But in [ AnieiJca i is carsivon It has long I > Ellison, says: "In. no other land have I I i.i + Lawtey Florida. +

\ llonp stems, as trees,, this attraction i 1 tantacles like the octopus and quickly Jay McGee of met with such lavish hospitality. It .' + + ..;
i for Railroad Commissioner would not be sufficient to draw up all jprJs I .J kills: !,I-! !jI .t. r.ilaril Stepb- is the custom, too for the master of:it +

subject to the next Democratic the sap necessary! so Another force ,i v.rds coming rear it, sui-kirc the juice envi1le, Texas, writes: 'For the house ot pay all the visitor's bills. .I + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
. I comto it* assistance.: That is evap- from their bodie- In Florida we have nine ((9)) years. 1 suffered with That 1 should have proposed to stamp: I "

'. '. I Primary on June 6, 1916. :i; oration. Every leaf, even the smooth- its couhtf-rpait.! though in a mild way. womanly trouble. 1 had terrible my own letters hurt my friends." The

I and, having had 39 years experience ;I'I f'ft. ha> many: thousand pores to thesquare in the nrcher plant. It is hollow, theinside headaches, and pains in Turkish bathroom is described as animpro'ement ,
inch through which the air en- ; being studded with hairs ijiWSiTLET
handling business of pointing my back, etc. It seemed as if on the western Europeanone
; ti r:>. The air i u composed of oxygen dowr.xvard. Ants po down this
. all kinds between the public I 1 and hydrol'pnth a mall part of tube easily; but cannot get out <1t'ain. I would die, I suffered so. At for "it is "a marble basin like a ,

watery vapor and carbonic acidIn a- the hairstck: into the joints le- last, I decided to try Cardul fountain, enabling the bather to wash US SMOKE IN THIS

. and the railroads, I therefore tre:,thirp mn and animal expel l the teen the articulations! and they die the woman's tonic and it always in running water instead of in ',*

f beg to submit my views- i Icarborir acid as being poisonous, but and decay and thus furr:>h the plant helped me right away. The a vessel more or less soiled by immer WORLD, NOT iN THE NEXT.
a hen the lea VPS; breathe they retain with a rich frtilvcr. Another Florida sion.
- 1 1st. Let's give the people the carbnnuacid and expel the other plant called the fly bu-h. h;.. full treatment not only helpedme

1 \ and railroads a fair consideration -: nr.rt". The rarbo"ic acid and the sunshine sticky petals nn whit flies pettmk. but it cured me." Smoke the Old Reliable :1

cart.onz" the -ap. i. e.. convert rot for the lenefit of the plant but for The Retired Life. t

of all matters coming be- it into carhop, which in this case the birds. TAKECardui Indeed, none enjoys truly himself,

fore the Board. i i mean:- woody fibre! and a* the ap Th green coor of the leaves come but those that lire to themselves as I "A. P. HJ'CIGAR ;
I down it adds! fibre theplant from substance "
goes more to a called chlorophyll, do, and it is better to be a self! lover
2nd. Give the people the 1 or tre. In the tae; of quick and it has been discovered lately that in a retired life tL"n self ,
pnv.M'-p:: plants the risirp and falling this color absorbs more than ; other : a seeker: in
'" best service obtainable at all any a wandering humor like vagabond ( A Pure Havana)_ ,
r.f t ean cw on continuoutlr.! but certain rays of the sun beneficialto
times. in trees there is generally only two plant hf for they go from place! to place from _. .tMade -

3rd. See that there is no movements each way during the year. !I' There i; always more or less moisture one company to another and never are

I'I The tirt'O<"d formed, before the sure in the air and some plant: have The Woman's Tonic at rest in their c..il3 ncr bodies. : by the ..
of kind. I heat i rrourh thicken the the of
discrimination any itrnrs to means attnxcti" it. Thp flossy Indeed they have no constant dwell

I sap m ich. is called spring wood andis upper side of the leaves of the live ing.. for POU.R moth abDa. they dwe.i :

water : lighter and l weaver\ than the darker oak I l.erf>ml? cold ei.ough in still! "ijhs Cardui helps women in time everywh,-re, auU yet to speak metaphorically STARKE CIGAR CO.
:ummpr00.1.. A circle of to corderso
; or ring so nji-rh water from thir < of greatest need because it ,
wood of each kind i iaddvj to the tree .' that it drips off and falls 01 'V! noere.l'rom. "On Jiy
.. the convenience of the public. ', every year aid ly ('ountingonp kind roots.: The little hairs of cucumberand contains ingredients which act Retired Life:' bj tilt buthcss Xewcas i GEO. L. MASSEY, Prop., I

5th. Make a report to the or the other the ap of the tree canto watermelon leaves become cold specifically yet gently on the tie. I

arrived at. In a tree the active enough: of rights to condense the vapors weakened womanly organs. STARKE FLORIDA.

people what has been done by wood is the sap wood: in course of into water which i is drawn i- So, if you feel discouraged, Life I
it partly dries out and hardens side the leaves to Long in Rural France.A .
the Railroad Commission. i i years: : help the plants make blue ---
j t and then: become heart wood. Those i the juicy fruit. out-of-sorts, unable to remarkable record of longevity is

:, 6th. Give the people your who have pruned grape vines know I Our domestic plants are trdr and do your household work, on to be found in some of the rural parishes 1

entire time and talent to the : that if the work is d'layed too long defenseless and crrld not tong mist account of your condition stop of France. In the village of St Most Numerous Religion. *

. i I in the spring it cannot he done at all, without our help. During their evolution worrying and give Cardui :itri3J. Thomas de la Fliche there have been I Tie Buddhistsre the mast numerous

above. i i on account of "blecdin' which is the from insipid and lean and tough It has helped thousandsof only fourteen parish priests In 300 of the reliUJ3 group; of ma>

I respectfully ask 1, rapid runr.ing01't of the sap through sayapery they hare lost: their powerof years. The parish of St. kind numbering tome 50IJ00) POO. at
your sup- women,-why not ? du
the xvourd. and this i iq a rood illustratio taking care of thfmselx-es. They you inon Mohamo
Val, in Paris has against some :S!( oo--)
port en the above basis.S. of the rising of the sap. require quick jrrow-th caused hv a rich Try Cardui. E-71 only three pastors dans. 50.000000 Hindoos.! 4'('>.OOO.W\ () a
In 100
I i The root system and the branch loose moist soil] and the eradication of years, while that of Givry rofucianistand :
J system of plants are in some cases so weeds from around them. en Argonne baa had but five In 130 Christians 'JSO.no' Oi'O *

hid Advert ricnt |I nearly.. alike that there seems to-have I Roots in their search of nourish- I years. t about." rOO,;-i'..,;.v00 "pjgans.he&then. ,

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I Told by Our Exchanges.KISSIMMEE.Contracts :'
Years and Paid out Thousands I Stomach Troubles (

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have been accounts will follow. Mr. Hollings- / i{
awarded to the Tucker Brick Companya worth denies any wrong doing, sayingthe Ilellletly can Compete AvitJPerunn ,

new concern located in this city, for apparent disceprancies arise out .My father has suffered from chronic Tin1 lieady-to-tailcc .{
several streets the of errors. He is his fourth i 4I
the paving of in serving stomach trouble for over :20 years .
business: tection. I term and was recently renominatedfor and has paid out thousands of dollarson --
a fifth term without opposition. I. :
I medicines and doctor said G. W.1 i : (
11. H. Scarlett has been temporarily
1PLLISTOlicgmning at three appointed collector. 1 Clayton, a well-known Cobb county --- -- =--.
o'docklunday and lasting thirty min- I farmer who lives near Smyrna, a ,-- .----- -- ---- -- ---- -- -- -- ---; I

utes was one of the worst hail storms !. short distance out of Atlanta. ; i

thU section has experienced in many I NEW SMYRNA.-The construction "%Ve' tried! nearly everything trying i : ,

Uama;o to cuke and other work on the new connecting link to cure him and he went off to the I .I.

vears.cannot be estimated at present, : between the main line of the Florida II 8>j>rinj s. thinking maybe the water )> ,

crops it is serious East Coast railway here and the Okee-1. would help him but it just looked like I I Y

but ihobee line at Maytown is about half nothing would reach his trouble. Then j II
Dr.V.\ Middleton h
killed completed and that the roadbed will :I ho tried dieting and lived on liquid I ---V 1a \
BOY TuFlve persons were I i be ready for the handling of trains on food until ho almost t:1rH'd-hut even +

two injured and the slightly injured lor about the first of !September) is the : that failed to do any good and he just E.P.TH.IGARD i iI I

and bruised! about the body at statement made, by John M. Cook general kept going from bad to worse. Candidate For

rive o'clock Friday afternoon when a contractor in charge of the con "I don't guess there ever was a case STATE COMPTROLLERin

ork train of the American Telegraph struction. The grade and bridges have a* stubborn as his and if there over | the Democratic Primary to be held .

& Telephone Company backed into an been completed for several miles south was a confirmed dyspeptic he was one j i i June Gth. lSir! ;. Has had four years Our Next i i it

automobile driven by Mrs. Georgiana I.11 from this city and the work of laying of them and I guess he would have experience in the Comptroller's office!

Smith .it the crossing at Boynton ave I the ties and rails from this city south been one yet if it hadn't been for Tan- as State Hank Examiner. Is familiar

nue. I I was started during the last week.JACKSONVILLEThe lac. with the duties of the office in all de- : I .

"The first we heard of this medicine partments. Your support will be ap- i

ST. PETIRSBURGFranchise: : : to I! National was when my father saw an advertisement preciated.I'aid : iI I
erect a power line from this city toClelrwatt'r I I Guard companies in this city, live in \ in the papers from parties .
and into such intermediate I he knew in Tennessee, who were -- -- Senator :
i j number! are now comfortably fixed in I of American Protestants!
as may be desired wasgranted friends of his, and he knewwhat theysaid ,
point I| their new quarters in the new armory, I it the truth he got Yet such wild statements are proclaimed : I ,
about o
to th-' St. Petersburg Lighting was -> .
Market[ street and Hogan's creek, after '
well the aforesaid fake
j r
as as
Company by the board of commissioners it right away and began taking it. I
I spending two days in moving r
oath and the aforesaid marriage
the meeting held last week. "Well sir. it acted just like magicand ques
in i
I from the old armory, corner tion discussed on false premises to inflame .
be finished within notices the change in I
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Construction to everybody
i :Market and Forsyth streets. Com- the minds of the people. : ,
six ninths unJor the present plans. pany officers are now spending their father now-why, he is just like a I When seek the real truth about gf1' ., I ,
down the you I
different man and sits to ,
time straightening the quartermaster but .
I these matters you find nothing '
I table and oats like farm hand. Only
APALACHICOLA. George A. ; departments and putting thefini..hinJr 1 fluffed .icarecrows. Paid .Vi.i-n et'mi nt.
yesterday he ate pork and turnips
Paul Company of Washington. Iowa touches on the arrangementsof his dinner and ate so much we were Some of the first papers to commence _______ ____h___ -__"I
has purchased a tract of 10,000 acres pictures, furniture et (cetera in the the furious agitation against
he ovrrdoingthe
actually afraid
of land near this place and will begin rooms preparatory to holding the first thing but he laughed was and said nothing Catholicism coined money so fast on .
the work of developing and marketingthe drill since moving he the venture that others fell in line on
hurt him and that was
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at once. It is understoodthat I the same hobby horse.
property a large sawmill will be erected I ST. PETEP.SnURG.-Sister F.sth'r')' hungry for/ lost and time.expected to eat and make Then some lecturer seized the opportunity -I

on the property and that a modern Carlotta refused reelectionas up to play on human credulityin
to accept "Now. when a medicine will do '
demonstration farm will be laid out. president of the Florida division, I' things like that I think people oughtto the same line of agitation to get Short Term Investments :

United Daughters of the Confederacy I know about it, and I want to say the people's money.In .

S.\RASOTA.-Growers in the vicinity although more than eighty of the one right now that I would not i.enc one of the libel suits where the "'Jt!

of Bee Ridge near this city, in hundred and thirty votes were cast for bottle of Tanlac for all the other Catholic Menace Publishing Company defendant, an anti-and There are often times when an individual desires to
co-operation with the Sarasota-Venice her. Mrs. II. II. McCreary, of Gainesville medicines and health resorts in the paper, was
Company have established a canningcanned '' was elected by acclamation he- '. country put together. found guilty MUatc, and flee paid a.i.c fine< of fifteen ii vest funDs o n ted wbtek must tie imrned.
he2dced ec \!cued pcace.d
i/ nominated h Sinter Cs.daf.t3i. The j ) l'JTliCb
af. "r't'i'S'
l.tltl1lJ. re lztr shipped 8. car r ) n
tomatoes, which sold: on the I retiring president said that she has ]I cr r cao>>; in )sake Mn by that, stockholders five in debars said compawcmnde each ate y a aitabtet( via tevec, stc3 i((kt emergcttcy V<
track for $%&; \. The promoter expect -];{seen enduring: merciless attacks: for Tom/n.son-3/aincs Drup; Co.; in Uamn- dollars on
share of during
> > of so long that she fet it would he best \ the Pharmacy in one arise.
to put up 51 .1 W D cans tomatoes \I ton by Hampton ; the first of 19U.
this season in addition to other for the welfare of the order for her I.. wtey: \>\ the Cash Drug Store: in quarter other
vegetables. : to step down as president. She made' Raiford by the Weaver Drue Co.; These immense the profits anti-Catholic induced To provide profitable employment for such money,

a dramatic speech, going over the as- I and in Worthington by R. T. Taylor. papers to adopt propaganda -
saults made on her bv a few members Advertisement.suited to make money on the cred- The Bank of Starke issues Time Certificates in
SACOL.-\-Six white men and .._ ulity of the people.
of the order in Florida. ------ -- -- -
three negroes were badly injured when in proving the alleged oath a lecturers and politicians followedsuit practically any desried amount.

theboiler of a donkey engine at the fraud and fake. to coin money or win office; to

plant of the Newport Turpentine Com nR.FORDLast Sunday night Nor do they tell that in a contest agitate wrath and prejudice is their I If f occasion demands they are readily negotiable by
of the city exploded. The. while the night services were being stock in trade.
pany, west for a seat in Congress between a member '
buildings are under construction and I held at the Baptist church in O'Brien I I, of said society and a Protestant, It reminds me of the wild state- endorsement. If allowed to mature the principal -

the engine was used to hoist material three prominent young white boys of such alleged oath was pronounced a ments and furious agitation of the I
into rIaceIt is reported that the that town, Milton Lambert, HussellMoseley i libel by the Congressional Investigating Abolition party on the slavery ques- l plus a liberal rate of interest is paid promptly. -

safety valve of the engine became and Elton Huggins, became ,I Committee and that in such investigation tion prior to the Civil War. .
jammed. engaged in a di. r ute on the outsideof the true oath or obligation! In Wisconsin a woman entered the

the church, which led to the use I taken members of such society was inviting field as a lecturer, pretending '
,of pocket knives Young Huggins was 1 placed by in evidence and proved to heacceptable to be an ex-nun. It was proven Idle dollars are unprofitable servants. Set yours to

APALACIUCOLA. canning of killed and it is alleged that he was I\ and harmless to citi- that she had never been a nun. i r
shrimp in this city is an ever increasing -! cut to death by Moseley} and Lambert. of the nation. any Some make money by writing anti- work today earning interest at 4 per cent.
industry, but we must hand it to A coroner's jury was empanelled, and I The writer has read the Congressional Catholic books and pamphlets, manufactured

the Apalachee people for being the I the boys were remanded to jail, pending Record proving the foregoing "confessions"-anything to f

pioneers in the business. They had an investigation by the grand and astonished to hear sell the credulous public and get its

the courage of their convictions, and I jury which is now in session at Live '; statements recently, right here was in Bradford coun coin.The BANK of STARKESTARKE.

. therefore have set the pace and open- Oak. The boys range in ages from ty. "anti-Catholic lecturer refer to I writer 's 1' as strongly opposed as ,
| an
ed up an industry that is providing i I fourteen to seventeen years, and thetragedy proving'the any usurpation and bigotry, whether -
in Congress
j-aid contest as .
employment to a large number of peo- i I is i deeply deplored by everyone alleged oath to he true when, in I exercised by Catholic or Protestantlie .

ple. i in this section. No further particulars it untrue has no word in defense of any extreme
fact was clearly proven as I FLA
available at present. I selfish bigotry that charac
| are and a libel.! may .,
terise the Romish church or any designs i .
JACKSO YILLE.--\ mal baby 1 Now l let u.; take a glance at some | law eitheras \
zebu was born in the city zoo Wednesday I I.EESBL'PG.-wclkitt:: <: Nurseries. of the features or doctrinal claims of | thereofontrary to : 'Ilk \}
afternoon. The mother of the 'i W. Schmidtmann, proprietor located some of the churches of our day and i a I'hurih or a political machine. I i' =:=I
has fear of church ever usurp.: _
new member of the zoo family wa, near this city, are shipping three carloads time th tt may IH germane to points j no any fn'eml'rira.. 1 1t
in Atlanta.: The '! inir power
recently purchased of :Marsh Seedless grapefruit diM'U-s-i'd. This non-resident speaker'or ,
zebu is a native of India and i- a : OIl sour stock to Pt.lk county to replace lecturtr declares before his; audi- He hl'iethat! no institution

species of huT: ,10. The younger: member buds! on rough lemon stock that have enccs in Florida that Catholics 11.'- whether it 1'iirochi.i be a monastery) kml nunnery.i'fschool ..,................. r
ronv'VJl or uriv \
of the zoo family of strange ani- ... ),,rn f)1} -('.m1<',}. The }arts that: nit1 (dan .it(( marriavw.i vKejivvl{ \'\h''Nh( <( of "business ,:: L'i.'JJ'' T' ,. U'L( A I\\\ ,..m)1' on evhll.j\ifn Ie:\i .1 Jn- /being sriinped{ ly/ Wllkitt'ur.rip,; ceremony i is not performed by. a (Cath-] fi'.ctory or place .J' '! '>1'' .
should{ ( I be : \ to \'ait* doors ; "
permitted -
day and a large crowd of children? isexpected are <'x1tin". running; from one to olio priest;
[ f to pay a visit 4o the park. I two inches\ in liani ter and three yearsi on this pointhjirgos( that such uni i.I against of,1'1'eyes\' ago and s'ex are entitled ""IlIJll';; :;. "' ...",
I i old Most of them wvro blooming h ppakat.I.kutry/ in defiance! of the t." ):I '4 .!; ,- I .'- :
to the rights of liberty! ; as much I J: ; J "'1'"Tti .
: j
FT. LAUlIF.III\U-\f.r) : : : NYI011 !-, the nursery. The Marsh Seedless (' \'illaw rond ers every Catholic a traitor citizen or member! ofociity .,. ,-/.... ..\\'. f'!, \ t
-o as any any .r.- M ,
I ? ..
# and Homlricks. of 1 Davie, shipped !!grapefruit -our stock arc in heavier and rebel to and against'tinlaws r, family. ,::- l r-._ 1- :: --
170 crates rf celery Tw'.bhith demard: than ever before.Pel, of our great) Republic: on this, the .I i s Tho laws against; pr-o'iatr. white :: ) ; /' --=- a cirL0 '

was produced on the 'irlado soil. Theywill likitt Nursori-s have the largest 4itrus most vital ttie-.tion| (.f heart and home sHwv.1 cruelly, ibN) <-. inimor.-ditv. i >
Kurs-erifs iti 1 Florid h sour stock and ci\'i! 1.ItltXu ol"i nim .oSiti- F"J'
ship a car l'ri.ay.'i'/ believe :) on : } kidnapping) fake imprisonnn, or the
they have found another loading cropfor approximately million! trees about ('Ian or lecturer could have selected a 1: \\holicatalog! of crimraid nvdewatioix tforffip} RITES
half ,f which are I II.Ml":111'\ } at leant better ) which to tll fool d SUMMER
the blll':, 'fh. .-c gontlomenhave ( subject on try i. : !should protect the! nrht: t and! ; .
thirteen Meres- and expect big results :L'lMi.OnO! are ready for planting! the the |v
from their fist crop. Thy have cc.mi" fail. They are 1 booking 1'OI1Wgoo,1 heart of men.The !' iiistitutio'is! trtiif wv luue no law' AS. 5. Loun. 13f 71 tho.t' ...... ,.. 111 GI I ( >. .I..>,. .. ......JJtM

blazed than way sii.d set an example ordfi's. for_June. planting.. real truth on this point a- ] that admits unbarring the doors! to r, : I r Denser ,. .. xM.St<) si I'n I'..,h 1)60 U 7Q I 1nu,,......"..,.,....... .. .. 21 II '40 9
that will wo !i.olvvo! revolutionize thf ---- ---- -- leanii'd from reliable and intelligent: : grant protection to those.who may hiiivmurcd ..I_ Sdtl.dt'u'nlr.J ,nt :aka 1l..,...rl hell F..n.. ..e .. .. .. ,..'.2._

farming at hue I t.ext season. i i TilE: .\\ii.cATimnc I HOBBY !sources, i is that Catholics do not assume !, we are not li\ir.g up to ourboated .'ro....'I..J..'... 'y 'iI'l'>'oIl 00I.I-ro..",...I :4"W' .i I.-r"c." r 0'ork 1545
; HOUSE. allY thin:r of the kind regardintr civilization l and! our constif.tionul I Senile ". *> ,00 r......., .. ... 101) t.lyd ...... 41.1 S0I1 10
I :1 I.u. A..,. n 't,' h..0 .1. h.c H'. Petro t ...
Protestant their church .
marriage.but .
1. n0U.c
state-wide' ; ; rights, both state and na- S.n b.or .rO "i M 'I 10 Bif.iiier 4 on it h.ruu0.
'I: 15 N..u r.lll 4i W M.maot tine JIP niLo
recognizes marriacre
I campaign for th eradication! the I Editor Telegraph: a< a sacramentof tional.Do i! : I'.ta. to other T .!....)lo. I'.lil.r.: .. I:...>.. "........ .,1 MirH (.n P"'.".
cattle tick will be waged as a resultof The writer is a Protestant and i is the marrying church and must therefore conform, any to member therules ]I not of construe Ca'holici.-m this article or anoth'r! aa derf.'nse ", I 1' the 1-1..4.0..... E.r.'e.... ... Hod Mou.n.ot Pruperh.a.te:, low ..'. '...... "k" puat. I.I 6I"

thor al1i7.:1tit.n in this city last to inroads of the Catholic ,
opposed any I Lke..usda.etiS.pt.50.:
of the \'hun'h'y\ having a priest | Its is tell the I
ism. only object to
week of the "Florida I'attTkk! Eradication church or other church in attempts I I .
perform the anti, this i \KI\IHf Rut IHN\VR.S\I.TI.\M.: :
ceremony; on truth if to give the devil his I!
-e\en IJ) .
Committee lf the. Southern to control l the politics or antagonize ; I OSSH .. .. \\o.( *,'ti.10;
ground, they insist that member of
a ,1/ ...\nU-.II.;.
Settlement and Development Organization the \'illaws of our country.The due.I / l'lRrL\M)
includes 1 campaign in their church even when married by I do not lf.lieil1 :.1 foreigner and 'I j faint lr.roh S). ions,.....a".ho"h Ch''l., nr v"e seas L.Wr.l; .lop- .,
the which
personnel of present political :
[ civil law be ..... .
authority must
how any : remarried ron-ro.-idt'Pt lecturer dictating Florida! I I "I I v..0"Hrt. ,.. .., ...... te
number of prominent citizensof Florida illustrates easily prejudice by a priest! in order to conform !' politics. Evidently he and his forcesuro ; '1 II. TIll =NORTH AND \cRT II"PST. !' ill tkro.jk d..I ; t
the state. The committee will atan and wrath can bo aroused 1 among choice of three different route.
to theacrament of their church .. .. A.t..t.. Sne.
backed extraneous tau Ind. '
., .r.
early date l begin a systematic campaign I the people! on a religious or sectarianquestion and remain a number thereof. Thishas disintegrate by some Southern DoI i,1 : >'::1.. "TUP I oua. II,SO'TI1LA\tE.. C: .,.a.." ..tofb.rt.J ....... .. Line., I..... J.ck.u.lle S SIf
to create sentiment in favor of especially when the agitator i tempt to f M .-.e. Ch"n I *5 A. M
,,1 ; nothing to (lo] outside! the Catholic : moer!cy. It strikes me that, in order! f "/JI\1 B .n FR" a.. A.'..... t'+......11.. r..n..if.: r
tick eradication. has money or politics: or both in church.Suppoxe 1 I 1 to hide his real uiin and ho 11)1,11) I.....j>........IIerl V f. M ..."... th..e.104 A UThru .
I view.I purpose :- ".r. tOno F\PRP'. ". 101...'....n Bn.u th.s. ,..."II.. j
a mrml'i-r of their dn.rdl. i is simply using anti-Catholicism as :a ; % .Ie..rt l.eltuallle hO" M a.ran \.. I our 1 H 0\. M.
J Eue..tlle
.ST. 1 Wo behold a man from across theocean .. .. which -$ z .. t ....... .. ..... '.....U.d 1d.n"
AUCUSTlNK.-Tlv; : Flaplor: married by some civil law authority j cl pk anti' hobbyhorse through 5,, 4l 'n ir.,M ." the !o. '. IM ,' :.:0.-ew 0. It .. .'
the dl'1iH'rinkdurl' V. nut I.t ,
from North
hospital was completely! gutted by lire and i should refuse to h remarried bya to appeal to and preiudic1: of K, i 81 err. f rut t.0: Hill b.Hif. .> it.,., huleom .
arger '
..... ...h.. tread the .aimer .1 e a I d taw -
throughout Florida and the I/! l her. > ............
here while: '; ... .''. rare. eleqt' u.
and his influencine ''
Wednesday afternoon priest Would this fact render j our peon and thereby JVJ(, llu.lr.ieil let..f mrr cars... t re ., '
antiCatholici .. ,.. It. I It' ante .a ba' toe' tIC '
there Southern States on > "H .J the! ml" .t.a bps.
is some salvage on the property marriage illejral Of course not. H" their no'itics.'! Ore of his imi- always 1 1r
: the main buildings were burned I i' themes and incidentally, bemeaninj might IK di.-'mis-ed: from membership! ': !loaded. with ab'iive villifiaMO'i H. C. BRETNEY, '

out with only the walls standing. The .nd villifying! the democratic! presi'dml for refusing to conform to the church i pirainst the present Iemocralit': pividont. -- .'" ;, Flond. P .wn|.r -.. .
: of the United States to Southern4irs I i N 1 /r Mllinllt t Niltiiille R. R :
fire ryt
originated in the laundry building rubs I
aid and all.
sacrament, that i is ... J34 w'.IaltSlrallipf .
+ ,
apart from! the main :-tructure. 'I while a 1'l4 jdential! election is Look at the church creed or rules of C. I. PKF.K.: -k l'i 3hltli J\CrvMS\IU.E. FLA. i -
!! also, ho ;
hut 'pending. Incidentally charges .
the / '
flames OlD
thnorth .n. Hit
soon ignited 'admission: and sells! bookDo you some nit d''iioninatiii'is" and :Starke: Fla., May !.">. 1:411: *;. ? I A T'tl I '. Other pe.ull.w u..d-mth.Stmmr.n i 1
cling! of the
hospital and this, with you tin.l I that the sacrament of baptism ,
his motive i is altruistic? lie
the original ,. s.ippose:
or main .t'l.tion.It"n' i is not nvei\ed! except by one
Soon ablaze '. { resumes to attempt to dictate the The ,Aclu of Housekeeping.The ____ i
and putted.W1XTEII mode; and that the cm-mony mu t )beperfornr'd
policies! and opinions! of Southern!: pen: pain and soreness caused by
only by minister of the
a >B
1sGGll -
pie on rational and! !state olitics by one mode church in order to conform.' bruises, o\er-e\eition and straining -1 c.1 1I
PAKK.-Tho: ; i-ist hip-- them UIOth' ,f (
: plavir.g.btfor harp ( ootlied .
Take! the :Methodist Episcopal Church during !Louse cleaning time are .
wnt of the famous I.'jo: farm; Jong( ; anti-(''atholil'I11.
orangos I South on the subject of marriage and away by. Sloan's Linimo'.t.. No I B. Z. MATTHEWS
ever in l'York was .
N flW. let u:* analyze: some of the 'n_ divorce. It is
offered! by the Florida Citrus F.x- oppo.-od to the remarriiiy rood to ;suffor this agony. Ju;t apply !
claims" of the antiCatholicspeakers ,
change on :Monday of last: week. Theconsignment rhistioal of any persons dnorml and instruct Sloan's Liniment to the sorepot, Well l Driller
and press: its ministers not Artesian "
to otV.ciate
consisted of 8": crates :1 rub only a lit le. In a short time the
Lth :I As Protestants, and as Americans, in such marriages Yet the civil! law ',i j
Dipped ( Winter I'ark Citrusrruit leaves rest comfortably
: we boldly! assert liberty of speech liberty of the country makes absolutely legal pain you, you
Growersssorittion.. The i Years
orangps and) enjoy a refreshing sleep. One' I Have Had Twenty-Four ;
have ken on! the trees fir 18 of the press and liberty of con such; re-marriage of persons who ha\.1 i ibeen
Months and having science. Yet in this campaign the divorced. These instances; are grateful user writes: "Sloan' Liniment ,

a superior flavor were at reported the time as of mar- I. !shibboleth. "I am not a Catholic" is rot in rebellion. against civil law. but I is worth its weight in gold." In Well Drilling

keting. The fruit sold at a fancy .I frequently heard from aspirants to mere conformity to church dogmas.I l Keep a bottle on hand use it againstall Experience

Price. office. These pronounced anti-Catho- When any Pope or potentate or creedof i soreness neuralgia and bruises.: ;t ti 11.In 11.:

lic speakers and writers proclaim as a any church assumes: any position in i Kills pain :sec at your druggist i I -') Florida

favor fact some impossible and unnatural conflict with the civil laws of the United i i ,

TAMPA.1 McKay: suspended ; : oath alleged to be taken by American Statessuch assumption; i is a nullity.If I Read the to Satisfactorily Complete 4//
/ Guarantee
Telegraph-$1.50 a
from office City Tax Collector J. L. citizens who are members of the Cath- church members submit in orderto year. i r

!fioiimpsworth.! alleging irregularities olic society. But such speakers and conform to dogmas of their particular -I I j CONTRACTS .
In issuance of occupational licenses. t writers do not tell the facts that in the church, that is their option. Do' The Strong Withstand the Heat of .

The mayor charges that licenses haven several suits for libel brought by any secret societies other than the Summer Better Than the Weak 1 1I RAIFORD -. ". FLORIDA

issued ly the collector for which I:; members of the said society agalr Knights: of Columbus;:; have military Old people who are feeble, and younger I

no return was made, by the collector publishers and disseminators; of such features or branches? Some certainly people who are weak will be strengthened II
the city auditor or treasurer as alleged oath the parties proclaimingthe | do. Whence comes the scarecrow and enabled to go through the depressing ..
commanded by the city charter. The said oath as true have been found I land vociferous harangue about one heat of summer by taking regularly --

matter will be reported to the city guilty of libel, and that Protestant i secret society keeping guns and munitions Grove's Tasteless Tonic. It parities

council at its next meeting, and it is courts and juries have found them hidden, ready to rise in revolution and enriches the blood and builds up Read The Telegraph--$1.50 per year. _

supposed an audit of the collector's guilty. And that these trials have re- and capture and subdue eighty the whole system. 50c. _, --=-


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, I T- AXXOrXCEMENTS.Carils rtpeetfuy:: oe.t
POLITICAL ip it th
I II suchassistance hindmost.: without forage or wator. Trt troops ocra-.iC tr.xarj JtEt :h. I *
I: keep him on do job and !ler.d him: In former days when a man was of the Mh ':1'r\! realized: this, but not more than. one inch in itsgtn (72 to str-.t tr.e 5eC5.e u tt* !law proraiM dirwu.il. I

: Telegraph as we may towara ira:-- master of his own generallyspet to a nun they won eager t(jro after WON will lo publish under thi heading: tion J- H MOORE.
Bradford County rnb' of rrttirt until the primary *
his prestie.When murderers. The bandits be- frm
; ir.j: what atTord and the are Iddltioulda
only be :l in June for 15. A prcpcniotate : I h tly arIre. tzjt\l u a
had comparatively easy sailircthrough lievfd to Iv heading for a haven i inCoahuila. e will: be made fcr additional ftace. fractional rt-tcjoa to the offiet ef Couatj cn.dl f

I we read of a poverr.mer.t life. Those days 'ad- CarranzaV home state and par-3 of an inch being eous:* Phone
Local and Long Distance chemist havir.e found a: ud-l per w-.nner is often rvlfsrated t1l position the question immediately becomes im. inch. Announcement. fee* are ayabe: in adiar.ee to tte act:'1 c the dmoer tic BriaiTi'
.t nit will not varied. If tiecvd I WI.: tai work tSTiL
ar.d tha for
Number 40Published of alcohol :r. certain patent whether the Americanexpedition t I
cert draft horse whose portar.t .
of the family \
i -- -- -- >.-.: cf the peoj e c Eradford eosotr. m
I: medicine It u- take the staterr.er.twith duty :t :s to supply: the wherewithaltha : shill .co outside the boundaries FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT. S T. DOWUXG. ]

and' entered as a grain of salt. The mar.uiac-- : enables: his family i .t to keep a certain of Chihuahua In suppressing I rerctfu"y: announce my candidacy for T
f ttkly, t\rfr. c-f the r.thCe may raw fak-, : station i and, t a higher the outlaws in the border states. Mostkey the oiiee it Cerk: of the Cireut Court ofBradford FOR COMMISSIONER DISTRICT X
class matter at the post-office orcer : sr1i ( ; County and solicit: your support at I her y announce myself: a feelection
second of the statement r.s : : : cadd
r if one ir. society and his protestationsthat : htwil the primary election l to be held tn the 6ib day : t tht ,f.e of c !
at Starke, Florida. trflra.E 1 ; :he cannot. afford tr.t outlays.COUTV Maj.; l Lar.chorr.e i:i in comn.ar.vi. of Jle.1. I am tr.couraed to enter thu !rH fcr cit : '" .Srke1. .. ;

= = S : : for nah:. 1: 1 the unwarranted Ti' th however had only a race by the fiau r"i %ote rtctsvtd ty nr.e at the d.t.ea : we.t "ewhae t I
: : revolutions : few the two of la*: election. which: trce I withdr: ** tried t HH' t beet il m
l! > Eo & MATTHEWS Editor and 0ner Bad .ucr: attend.Ireland's expenses and r.ot tht iepitir.itc ":! start or troops tie : : .
the second primary in order prestr.eharmony d and t.e co r. at :& re'I
Associate Editor ar.d the last. W3? a fcihardyerternflSe : livir.c expenses that. make;. life a. the 14th calavry! command of C<>1. tm the party &well:l 63 t proffered Hr- : .I haVe !:.ii I feel; that! I Wit t
I H. E. \hkh wi -5tOYar.- r.ipr.tmare t(5 many heads of families Frederick. ii.lev. The 14th hdtotn support cf friends who were otherwise obr.catcd .- better serv.ce in f-e Ltr and if e- ,

.- I ...a.e.IC.h Lr r... deade. ; fcrIrea'I and compel( them to use means. :t.mored Fort Clark.; during that. calr : Those ) arri I !r...: ctr.air.ly: awir itrt :d-<
: to -' rl" .. : Almost available!: ; soldier of t.Lt.tth the of.ce will: if I am e'c>d.U tt for al: cor.ttrr.ni. On xh,, I
real 1 thel.ta every li
ratriots for pt'ttinp :
'. SENATORIAL CONTEST t : bs.iS1-: ti courtroui a'.unticn and CGnsdtr. :IC., tte ittts .' th* dnr.&cacf 1
THE I' -S. Tr.-e who had r. for the and sanction. If : army is now either: : \i\.r : .
'H'r rEts '" ':l'E5 : rt litt't.tE; t:( rtcorls under my personal care JL.. t ,
ation ar.d were hopeful c-f wrrn.! the boys' have to tr.tt this kind of o ::: .: .r. Mexico. Even the t!..i!'upr.ision shaU ever b cren t ir.i--c- I'EP.L .

Wher. Hon. Nathan P. Bry:. \%aa rnor' at\'er' much i5cor-d over life: at" least let them. put! it of. untilthey coa>t artillery has [ten called: put to t.on ty the public.: Por. :::Y.H .P.cHARD. I rriy ar..r .1" -.- ,.. -! a arddl: {?
: C. _
: C. ( f' L'.f
'.mn : r
; the i.e The militia of y :
candidate for United stat .- .Senator :!limed outhurt. Had have strer.iither.ed their bodieswith :trw a: infantry. Str 4r, I -..- o. .
K.--t -!
t.t : ; t .. -if.r: the
five y ar.- ago the} Telegraph did r.ot opag.rda stared before theword: play and sweetened their hearts Texas. New Mexico and Arizone have I hertly ar.r.oanc myself! a candidate f-.r. rf tr.e c,.-.nct *r. : ..<--. : ; promise"ttEII

.I support him. Both he and his i oppor.- war bear. or had it beer. oa'Er with friendship-qualities which will also been called out to protect the re-*'. :
Neither ended : border. Eulject to the action of the D.nr.crcany aC/.t,. :.!. M GRIFFIS.
*-rt were r.ew to the (fic' til! it shil!! have. ; -_ ;"o support them or. life's sordid path.aer b he'.d! June _
election: to
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at the ----- -
national: acquaintance to of adherent.- would have er..edhav *- Just now Cirrar.za is u-arlr.2: out rrmar
}had ar.y C: ;-. 1J16. : the p-ecple: of Eraf'rJony FOR COMMLS-IOXER DISTRIcTxo. 5-
cf ar.d both were inexperienced: made it s.C B.": S his: whiskers: bv.. the har.dfull.. The r. regr; t t ana :. ; :<.n I hereby !
: speak ; i co far a; s-trvice lr. the national senate present conditions: or.ly! ur.reasor.ir.r DRY WEATHER FARMING. reason why :s. :H': in t.t following: to the butinefs cf tr.e oS.ct. I rts; rctf j.ly: so- Ccjnty C
I was ( .C'rr.fd. His opponent was hothead? could have exprcted ar.-- dispatch: ..c t their supp-crt.. B"oOJtfr and Ha-r;:'.! I rs;- thy:! IOlieit

I older and more experienced :r. thir.p but failure.Germany's Tha : f.ouri.-h during WASHINGTON May lS.-O: cial w. T. WEEKS. the support cf the.crers at tne dtmoerac
man : pants a
:r "S! primary v t* ted: ci June eth. and Protl
his profession i than -.va.= Mr. Bryrn.t the 'steer.th :(.n; drouth when .:.t\. tGn tending reports by the State Department today FOR REPRESENTATIVE-GROUP ONE.To if elected: tc do t-.y t.ty fc s.c'-- i11l S Oct.
that he could repiy: t) show"that Carrar.za is menaced FltrCttrs cf Ersdtcri C-r.-
t For the.-e reasons we felt to conserve the moisture of 5011 th* t-Crat1C A. B. SUP.REXCY. '
himself the important note from Pra-ider.t Wilson:: has al'd tri three sides by ty. Forda-
readily adapt is ; has leer shown O!:: rf'obtiorEt.The
r more breathe '' sev- I h. Vy announce myself: a :n I rtrtiy zyst.f
and we again easy. We Ja.l' en that : car ar.r.o :cce a Candida: ht i
Iutie > of the oce rd we breathed all the time. era .:.t:- during the lon. drouth most : : toubl< : <,ROt' ONE. fcr r-rcrnir.aion for the cS.ee C'-unty Ccmaas.c/rfr cf D.--.ct So. ;
supported him. A majority 01 the nl.l.li.E easy : : jut past. We:1: mention two. caused' by Zapata forces at Cuernavaca. (.f P.eprv tntai'.e cf traiford ("/:.t) For a. Karapto';. Err<.,'er aid New P. .er- and rtetful.y -
I people! of thetate dd note the for to ret ir.to seri'.us trouile wtr T. N". Kenirick. owner cf Joy the Zapata stronghold. '4'.> miles J;tt to the action cf the .mvrt .- o;* : so.ic.t the i.pert r'. T.* drmocntie.ters
I ... did ar.d Mr. Bryan waselected. r.dt Sam G rawi:: avoid at almost Farr south of Mexico City. Zapatistaswere mary to t* held: in Jur. li 15. -.'. :in the pr.-na.T to b-e held: on June fti.ar.d .
matu-r a.; .e i ir. the western of town planted ; cf all dersratie
p-tior. the
I i "( Whetime cimes for I resp tfally surrcrt faithfully: p'm ft if elected: to do my duty
He now appear.to u.= in an any ?" his com : very dry ground and reported to be- showincr renewedrevolutionary .. electors: ar.d premise i if ncmir-ated and as such ecnimisi.cn: and to ,. a., asy effaram
.I r.tirtlddtre.t light. U.! i i- >everalyears peace r.Vsotiatior.s lor.r.:: wishes until last: Saturday: had: no rain.. Yet : activitThfre was e'Kte-1: to faithfully: diicra-re the dutif* cf cmtmuicg: to ror,: 'ne ec.r.c.. n-.scu npc

( older} and} ha-: had several yearsexperience t ohave (' .C fner.d amcr.r the reat it grew fat and. had I a.pood, color. I: nothing to show, however that Mexico :: orflct.: 'JOE HILL WILLIAMS. tot roads. J. E. ADKIN3.I .

member of powers do a :little mediati for City was menaced by the revolutionists" -
as a t.e'er. : had ten fertilized with well rottedstare I sr.r.our.ce n-.yse'.f! a candidate wish the el: .
her. and thior.lv: : friend would; be hh to anrcurc to : w-ns of Com.missioners
He ha made pood u-e held the moistur for rerr<* .vears ofervice and therebytands lost if Ur.c'.e: .Sar." ?hula. become. offer.ded. as nar.rE.wfl!! a wnCI fed the plants. Be Villisti were active i! the state t.f LepUia'.jre.: fub'eet to the action c-f the voters :e for CO'Jut1 Cor =vtf ;1' Ii:' for uod1.t'ict.

high in the councilof! the nation. Ther. :: reconstructs: re1Ind'5trf5 sides. Mr. K";ndruk his Zacatecas. north of Me.xic City andouth in the dtmocratic: ra: eleiion: i to b* aid. etbjeet to te actcn rf :.t dYnocritIerrnary
. after the war pave corn in Chihuahua tn Jur.e fth. I promise i elected: to (rive carefjl eecticn: of J..r.e.t: :f el I
O several 5ca.r.ot of the trouble! zone -
He occupies(, a place have ths r.atior. : enemy. !re.er.t: cultivation wie.r kept the .: attention to the duties cf the c.ce ar.d toe I r.rii'e to fr.: h'J. y dehare t" d.t, of
important senate (rrittH' ; ar.d afford t (1 : 50:! from and allowed -. and Durar.jro.Y&oui .- my utmost endeavors t act fcr the bt :re c.ceith tee' c. EH'.. t.e bs t it.
_ rar.ks hisrh in ability and characteramor.p The reTlvls r.t precisely what watfr iose sol absorb Indians: were reported ir. another in-.trrtti cf a'! cotetmtd :coC".C.r.M.: .
: top to
his fellows. On a number. o: o.. admir.istratior.: ; : : would.: have it be. moisture ie from- the air di.rir. uprising on the WEt coast. Car. D. F. IcDO ALD. JAMES PJ1YNOLDS.

occasions he hashowr. that he ieafe ; but :t is cor.ciliatcry enough to allay!! A. L. Alvarez! planted'"::acres rzt.of rar.za troops from Sonora were reported I ta'.e th ar.no-r.cin t the cit. I i I herrty ar.r.-ur." myself: a candidate: fcr

. and sane lfadt. and. above a::. all: fear' for :!o present.PRISON :land: between and Broadway to bf on the way to suppress: iZ4 !:. ,.f H:: Y.Hbr ccr..y that. I am a candidate ; 'the orflce: cf Ccur.-y Cor.! sr.er for Ds-
- he has been "trimmer" a :a.ooor them. In addition the State Department for Rtpn-er.tst -.. in G:. I '.. sjbj'Ct i trlct No. i. Ra".ivr If "'--.d I wiUust
r.\ FARMING.A str-ets to oats. \\ isr.ir.p to preServe .
I Havir.p pair.-taK- is also! advised that independent to the action tf tr. rnmary e.rcf.r.n to l ray ion: efcrts 'J '*: .* m> c.-rlct and tIA
demapopue. given the layout of his old corn rows held on June *:h. If I am honored .:tl.;' coLa'y at !larse1 t er, way ec r.omy and i inprovervent .
inp study to the urea questions thatgenerally did not sow the oats but bands of revpluti-'r.uts had appeared tion I premise to ter.e you faithfully.: :: d.cta--5.i :r.d thertfore ack fci

. h nut act upr. !.bis.actj. .vhot farmers u-.i'r.. : :ir. We.-t Florida. is ir! rows. Thi* proved ioadca5t.. good at various points in interior. Mexico.[ W. G. SEALS. your sup
retard to popuiar: acca. ::inr.2 .r arms arair.st farmir.p ty cor.- for durir.p: the dry weather he I General Obregon eager to stretchhis -- ; ; H. D. MAY.
awaIt the s eccd thou'ht : \-icts. : with free labor. l legs after the long ar.d tedious conference
to so1 e as "CGrr.tg I: could: cultivate: between the rows and I I I hereby announce myself a candidate :r .
- the people for I. J'juicatiCn.'r. : ar.d the union war; the State Prison thus preserve the moisture. The has pone to hunt Villa. If he ,i GROUP TWO for nomination for the office ofRetrr.tative bertty ar.r.fur. myself: a candidate fcrreelection

the sober seeor.s. tr.oupr.*. Farm ab.ir.dor.ed. The fai.r for such growth of this oats was the most luxuriant !i, finds him they' may strike some sort i in the u1iar: frcm Erad-, : to the; oI.c". cf S *r: of Bradford
I time to : at is hard of trade.It I 1 ford county eubjec: to ; cf the Dvraocratic -
of those"who take t.r.r a short-sihted policy to un- we have ever seen and the field county. I hate duir, my eteumbency eod -
be held! Junefh.
all has him: for .': cerstar.d. but it safe to say that was charged after the Columbus primary election! to on {-.(.r'd to faithfu.lT; : .:'c .lir.e my dutiet u
justified very ; yielded: ; 5 bale of ,, 1S15. I : solicit the upp-rt of his
Ir.l'Z ran'
. ally! he has beer: right. the Prison Farm will rerr.air.: Its establishment -..1 pd hay. Tr" crop been fertilized .: raid that that outrace wa not a mere I all: ,(tat nr.y sad Democratic: primary and -her apro'.a.!:? and cf the bop;:tt tit: .o my the work extent that met I cat the

this believes Senator was a very '. movement criminal whim but a deliberate -i I promise a faithful: dlscharze cf my dry .f I .
I In a word paper \f this wa but last year the oflla'; hop fcr a FXoc st p-srt at the coming pnmary. -
._ : Ervar.. has. mace pood and. we as we!! as humane" If th* far field bore a m-r!of \ ar5. and deed Hizrttd by outside in- I. am hcr.cred w\t! ncminaticn: A. a.d S. CREWS.-lctor.. If r- I arcmlse: as t jod serrktas to
: terests. Some laid the massacre to hitherto and alii: : ** 1t&.n, !o :-- better yet
t te b made :
. : believe that he = : f.ICld. car. every th* vegetable .. furnishedfed
; .
We sav. this wi'rd.C.. intent. to disparap taxpayer should: r-e -atisf.ed. ar.d ifthere ,. oats., : .r.A.p.e"tr.e.Ie:. mois- German plots, ar.d some to the ma- : To the Democratic. vcttrs cf Bradford County : "herf: re I resp-ctfi.ly: .so.icitr B. D: !.support.S. .. .

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I I the who are running: uctthey wi'.l. be sold cheaper: than Thouph strawberries have of late : of forcC intervention. in the :lepi-laur'rf F.orida ir T'is; tc announce 13 the t.'. :*r* of Bradford -
( rJ and : : the
t"r.tlErfr. Group respectful': :ct support
the rulir.e market price.If all Since tho on Glen Spring the 10. county ttat I STB : car.d-.ci : >r Saenff
apair.it: hir. simply does not appear tt.f only: teen shipped: in small Quantities of the WUf in the cnmm primary to lo the of the mwravle
: ; ct to act on pnmary
I to u> to pood policy fcr the '.':;..!- ir the Ur.ited Stateshould and the prices have 1.er low. yet the )Itxil'ar representative Washington held: Jr. fth. !!!*. I r"m.-e. if elected: tl election: to be b*"i en :r-:e #th I respectfully .
Senator raising: : their feed the agrejr&v ?- ha.- declared that Hs government 2= si'.e careful: atter.t T. to the d:.. of the cff.ce .. f '
people l cf the tatto displace co !i shipments a per N. B. Hull'! conservative :lct tne supp" <> :1cro at the said
Bryan at thitme: : merely to grat- production would: fJr.: be- a estimate; have brought ir accurate information that the attack to :: best .r.ur :t. to.L. r-CROSBY.- 1- rimary: and prtrcise a iaif.f.l: .: -c-ir'c of theuv.e

i ifb: ambition of some .one else. drop in the L"tH compared \ tr the or. an aveiape .*:;jl.l'f to this im- Wargir.ized ir the r.itf. State" E of the o.ce: if ?W.an J e'-f.r E! : EP.50N.:

even: th juph that -om one *!; miphtbe s-pp'.ies:: ?rowr :ir. the C"j and rr.euiate section: ani picking of. the The Grmans are none good for FOR COUNTY SUPIRIXTEXDEXT. -----
ever .=o worthy. Now. if Senator would! rot aect the pri -. But if terries has furri-hej work to all who in.-tigatir.tr trouble between Mexico I re f-c'f,:lly: announce rr.y.! a eanoi.iat f FCR SENATOR. .
Their; ir.ter- for tr* rfce 'f r-erir.tender.t of Sctoc.s cfBradfcrd I r.treby rryst'f r, for
State ate
ar.d the United ar.n.-nc a "
lack. cheapened thereby it ?
w-re inferior i prich'.uld r* w-hei it. Had i i.ot for the and :.cit :ir .
abiitor :
Bryan >fr c.-'ur.y. yur supper S ate Senator fr 21 tv Fif:*- -. S-r.a'.ori l
in;! in fidelity to the preat ; that \\od be to the benefit of a'.i.: f.tn tore berries; d'jrirp the past m'nth when i in Mexico are heavy and they the rrirr.ary elct': >>n to be h.:.d r.n the *:h '* F1.rlct Ersdfcr'i ctjC" t. :-.e will

ha bf-en repoHrd :ii him. or if he had mar.ytabii.hed farmer- .d al! everything: else! ha- r.Eert a stand- have the same wi.-h for American intervention June. :-:. pled: -inc mytrlf.: ;f t.ectt-i ti- of the dentcerat.rot.e as :;: r---rd at the

I failed; to rain tarir.: :: ar.d prestipeamor. .\: rett-- her who have to buyjrrain. .- account of the dry weather as rnivr.y American have. fatrfully:: discharge my duties ; nay election O.be ht'.d: T.r.c' fh. 1rvsrctful'.y
0. L liZELL. .
his fellow: senators ,t miphtI! : liar ar.l rr>ats. The farmer i- .,.. have fared slimlv.MEXICAN But if Germans are innocent then ':.c.: the-.su--r. : \,tEl' .
? ; many "v. at said prissary and rrc-mis- rr.- '--. -ful at-
.* American: who would ,
well make But thereverse the only producer who does r/ need there are many I myself e&r.dioa f'.r ;
I* to a rbrZE. : r rcy announce a :v.iv.n to the dut ts of .the cfcr f : an e tt- ..'.
i* true. A great many very to fear ('(J .:titi''T.: arid the Florida SITUATION BECOMING i. not mind ;ir.? such tricks to brine the n: ict of Cry Su;. rir.tendert of Public ed. A.. D. .\'RE"'S.

capable !look; upon Er.afJ'rI farmer should fH l (,: ;-.! over the about a: ir.te\'rrtior. It wa* said: Instruction subject to the acticn cf the demo
j..t.alle-t; of the four -cluti'.r.: cf the lor.vict: prob- MORE SERIOUS from the besriir.irg that the Mexican (t. of Ers i ifd County:
happy '
t Bryan a, (fJrtH.r.t : :* I rtpctfully:: solicit: the support I cereby annci.neny ca.;,:\ ;.t State
I ?. He i i.t least the eoua! ofih ." :. rE\'otio! had bf!started by a great c the voters at sid primary.: Senator frcrn Eriif Cour.-y. If .-Ucted: I

others in abi it. No charsre of oil syndicate: in this country. American : F. A. SCOTT. premise ycu a fa.thful pcrfi-rmaL:. f my duty.
I TEUIJY THE PEACE MAKER. Continued From Page i. ( |
male and ammunition : .
to do his full duty ha= been arms are rt"'t ": r.IP.
roof which started to burn. There ; I hertby rr.yself: candidate for
: filut nade. being across the border all announce a W E. MIDl-LETON.
I or can tr.thfuly : IJ the 'ice cf County Superintendent of Public
L was no water i the house to check
I asrair.st him. r' trained itar.dir.r: Amor.e the many quaint and curious the fame, and!the fire thre".v down i the time. The Americans who make Intrction. subject to the action cf the IEMBER SCHOOL KO4RD DIT. NO. 1

arr.or.fr hi Wlow the -er.ate. a; r.f, have reached our sanctum this possible know that the bullet democratic primary on Jur.e 6th. 1 -,6. Fledir.r : *. I take tr.is method *> tr.ar.tne' voters of .,
; ; its heat like broiler:! the ninesoldiers
I is shown V-y the irr.r-ortar.t coir.rr.itt-e: .of late i or.e with the title."P.osevelt's : lelow.The a. upon j! are intended for Americans a; well as t the p-ecple f'II.t CO-If' and careful Bradford county fc r f* ccnf.itice that they .
l : Mexicans. Those who furnish dispatch cf irH5 if elected. Irvipectfully ha'-e rf.s".if."td -car' Kr : r.ecticg mew .l.
\ I asll.re.t; he hold. Pea, -e Record. written by. hat became intense and the: :: solicit: : the support cf the \GtE: the c5ce cf .I
The fact i i" that .Senator Bryan i ii ; Gr..of Teddy admirers probably for faces and backs of th' soldiers still munitions' to the Mexicans, would! rot at said: pr.rr.ary. E P TOPPELL.I fur r.r.e terms it ;Jcn.iun. arj a: the coc-
: he-itate should it serve their purpose :..i solic.taticn: vt t-f fr.mis I announce .
rr.Xr.y my
of the cor.-idnitior. rti.tht colo-
th Ue
;i regarded as or.1 cf rr.n I ; f.rir.p spiritedly! through the window.became to instigate raids across the border -I I )rertby announce myself: fir re-election: ; to nyv.f; EJ a catdidite f "to lnt.on ,

f p s-er.ate. r.el's, unurpas.-ed peace achievementswhile blistered and burnt. ; by ) b.ndits. I the ::( of County Sup-er.ntendent cf Schoc.lstf subject to he primary: elects: in June and
1 wise. after jrettir.sr a nan ir.to he wa president of this, cour.-i I "I carrot >tar.d it any lorper." ] h..xia" Brio county and respectfully:: solicit I rtftr my ja t recirc as an *..irrce as to .
1 i tar him try. for everythir.z he does is unsurraed. PrivateVilliam Cohen. your vo'es in the June &rnary. If elected.: I *\&\ "ill:: ie my earn*; e.r'eho.l l matt
l I a rmrad1!' position to The of Roo.-evelt. cried 111 i Ready to IntErn.nt I .i:1 er.dva-.or to hold arid increase the atgrowth ,.s :n the future. T,. W. KU'KLITER.To .
down ar.d cast hm: a.-ide nertly that picture take another hot and then !
1 I ? tr. ard I cf cur schools in results: and beneiits .
YORK lt-Str.ator'
< another of r..j more ability and who which -upposf-d to adorn the cover j!j make i it through the window.' NEW May : to t.-e chilcrtn cf the ecur.ty. the Vc'rre--Trt friends .- : !. r McRaehrrtty

mut at b. it take years to acquire the rears the arr.e peaceful (expression as Cohen leaped] into the window James Hamllt'J L"W:5. of liroi5. ; F. G. SCHELL. announceirr. a cani!.:--." : r MimbetSch &
i a fat policeman wears when he is try- Democratic "whip" of the erate. | -_. \.. Biard. Dr.c X. : S- ,-bit
HUt influential standir.tr, may \- frame to make hi- dash for the i !
r r1 open '
the FOR TAX :Q tne primary e.-<:-'t:. June >. 1-1-
il'I I : '-n a coveted place ? This paper i!: tu rr down a fleet-footed pick-j A bullet split: his -kull and he fell a of speech tonizr Founders before declared Society I I hereby announce COLECTOR ry.tl candlde fcrreeUctirn -- -..-- -

think -uch a course would r.e most pocket. l back dead into the house. Outside the : : fcr the office of Tat r fur MEMBER SCH'JOL hOARD DIST..N O. 2

uriwi.! It would be poor L'J-irP5; The wherefore of the booklet indicates .! voice rf a Mexican was heard to : President Wilson is almost ready to : Bradford curt) subject to the acticn cf theIVmocratie To the \ct.r-i r-'-y ann".-.Jt- m> candi.
I. down that Teddy again wishes to pet. :3. intervene in Mexico. : rr-.rr.ary cf June ?. l-tlt, and promise cacy for member cf th? Board : I'at>li In-
policy for the .e to turn a Line on each side of the doo'r.
4 pp the up Senator Lewis declared that If' if -.cted to pi\e the otc time and Ttrjction frcra I"ittri-t No. :. .-.1ct. to the
tri*-d" and true experienced nan the prt id.ntai nomination at | They must come out." the people! my scrvcie. Resrctfay.: ) r.-mr.a n cf the pr-.ir.ary. If ? ccssful I

to experiment with some one else! and coming / convention. HeS i I:I Smith told his men that the !if.,1r Presidr.tVilsor.s efforts in Mexico'sbehalf : B. M. DOWLI G. r- Tto us, rryery best ef.r-j. t v adtantetr.e
t I { that the people had.rr.eered at Wilson's: and I continued to be obstructed by cause cf ed-.ca.on in Braird county.
this i is a question patience come to made a dash. I II '
t I flourished the bijr stick thinking that !; the various in Mexico he will r take this method ar.nouncin: to thec Ycur 5urf ought to fettle on business principles. I heat had burned the tops of i fctor. tilers Bradford t E. P.UEERTS.
that I
have do but follow the cnunty ara a can-
should reason for themselves would make things come his way: but their head.Coloe stepped forward I ( I. d. c the ciTice cf
i They toj .e County Tax Collectcr.subject :: .
j i I and vote for the man they believe best> the result! (If recent primaries shows !i the door and smashed the boards with example of President McKinley i in ,. to the wi: of the vcters at the democratic I w.sh to say tc l1etHS of Bradford

qualified to them. ?o very that he isn't in it and he stops to reason I j I his pun stock. The broke but the Cuba. : primary be held on June 6th. In I, county that I ara a ar.didate f. r re-election
ie\'f pun as a rcenn-er of E.4i cf I'ub.ic Instructionfor
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I making this announcement I refer to .
think I'll the my r c-
,. important a matter as the selection of whouTrf\ pet ,I door eave. \aard 'oloe dashed out. I i I &treasurer of the county and premise Di.-tnct No. :. ac if elected: 1 tromise

: United States Senator mornirg EI (
'r ''a turned over to itinerant agitators, himself. For Ford hitherto untried far away. riddled with He''! th States: independent of the.: i i' I sm honored with ett: "n.: :: solicit!; year fupxn at the CUIEIHK primary -

. r I who probably have an axe to grind. in politics, but a pace at any price I| prOf ably ran into the main band ofexjcans. border patrol, \\1 be sent into Mexico -' G. W. HAZES. I .cf June, iit. Thankinir J. E. DOU-JLASS.yu for pastfacers.

i or to a few local politicians man. did about as wtl the doughty ;i )! I:'. in the : of open hostilities I hereby announce myself a candidate for

.1 I some hoped-for tersonalxert ad\'ata coonel! Very \\ ; -if they war.t. Smith leading the other cavalrymen I with the Carranza government.Gen. j tt ciTiee of Tax Cnlitctor of Bradford coun- MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD MST. NO. J

themselves for this or that can- guess I can deliver the .y,5.1| turned to the left and made for I. John J. Pershir.g's force of I i ty. sukjeet to the Democratic Pr.mary of June I hereby anr..jnce myself a :ar.l ate for
\ I approximately -I fth. l<-i. and solicit the re- i k I be in as well as ; r'rert of the *
didate. ,, can rs peace : the corral the Mexicans firing themas t 17.000 will be dived- Dro
stick.1 I at : men : trate: \ttr. J. VERSOS JO r! D tnct No. 3. tubjtct to the action of the
I The selection: of a United States :; war. says the man of the bie; they ran. Ild to till out a keletonized brigade E. dtnxr&c trlna-y el;cticn to be held oa

I' Senator is a big question. It touches ard beir.p: r.othinp but a slick politician -!i Mr. and )Ir; W. K. Ellis who were that er.ter from El Paso. A third i i FOR COUXTY JlDGE! Jne fth. I respe .tfu..> solicit: the jjpport of
after all. he will hereafter poe ;i the settlement I I j I hereby announce candidate the \curs at said prixery t l the and the
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the interests people they ;' i when fi htir.e I: or division will move south : for re-election i CHESLEflkG..
to the oJice cf
s-hould settle it solely decision :'as the or.ly and original pro- ied by I either from Laredo Pass. i County Jude,
on a pace I t1rfd accornpar a Captain or Eagle I I of Bradford county subject to the action
. _j of who i is best qualified to serve ]1'I'1 moter. Mr. Ford. please { colonel Wooo i is intE-yd in the Can- I Torreon, which is the hub from I the Democratic pr.mary June 6th. 1S:5. c I htnty anno.ineemyeef: a candidate for

them. The question of helpinp this pass. fled to mountains which all railroads in Northern Mexico -I promise, if elected to give the. same daily at- I -te ?ct of Member of the Board jf TubUe! In- .

I man or that man to climb the ladderof But it i; rather late in the day to where they remained for the balanceof I extend, will be the forceof I tmtion to the duties c the office in the future -|j ttn.ction for D.,' ict S,.. ,. subject: to the at- ,
Those who have in the j i..a cf the coming rr.na:. If eitcted I pro-
fame has no place in a matter of rake this, change. the r.ipht. the combined forces. I & t CEO. A. GARDINER.i | ml-e ccnfcientious service in the :nttrt of

I such crave import. What the people expressed ; as in favor of | Under cover of smoke from the I Maj. Gen. Leonard Wood and Maj. I tr." county and tr.e district and therefore *ri

should do is i to elect the man who by Roosevelt did so on account of his hurnirc buildir.es Sergeant Smith Gen. Frederick Funston are likely to i i I lu.l : a candidate for i i i .ct >our support. 1'apectfully. .
reason of ability ar.d experience, i is pugnacious tendencies. Those who | managed to load the bodies of the I. have joint charge of operations. One the clce County reapt.ctf.ay:: so THUKY: B. HNKOLSTER.i I
licit the -- --
; best able to serve them. The peoplei !I war.t peacej!] rOt believe him. Teddy i three dead troopers and the littleI I will command the base, supplies and 1 prmary support election of to the \c.ter held at on the June democrat 6th. .I i TAX ASSESroR.To .

I I should think of their own interests will not cut much of a sure in the I Campion r.oon a motor which communications, while the other will behexe I did my t when I hed: the of ice the c ttfens cf Bradiurd C<.'ir.y -

) first. They. do not owe any of the ; presidential race this year. was placed! in chargef truc. ; of i direct the field operations.This before. If I a-n elected acain I skaliK. 1 I express my s net re gratitude and appreciation a

candidates debt to be paid at the I! the trodper= who had been(!badlywounded. i be h.rrat. and cor.ci.ntiou discharve of t-; for try kind cocs.at-ra'n ti '
I a LET THE BOYS PLAY. I ; authoritt.eltted to dti. the T. J. DEKLE. me in the pat! and solicit your cordial supr -
oice 1
. polls. They owe Senator Bryan r.oth- : The truck, was started to I the ;hIHO!plan ;d.arred by war '- ---.- < rt in the forthcnmr'r.g democratic pnroarTeUction
ir.1 except the commendation that i;: Marathon and brought out th first i college the detail of which are row'' FOR COMMI5SlONERIj5. SO. 1. fcr the oiice i-f County Asarawr.of'll

due to any worthy public ;servant andthv :. Nahvill.T..r.r.., boasts, of a Cha'r !- i rew r.f 'he raid. i l-eir.jr worked out by the military commanders I hereby announce that I am a candidate fLr I I' .Ta..' ri. f.nd Shoud I anln the jc-b.loect..J ready: to you glthe :0
County Com-niae ays me CL
und" r.o obligation of commerce composed of boys With the f.ajr.d$ here oner for Djtrict No. 1. Pro- 1
are certainly r ;seriou-lv inure,1out and eslewhere along '1 vid.r.ce and Il.-t service cf nh.eh I am eapab.e.i .
to his opp"nprt:: So far a we know.: from ten to twelve years of a. the of the way Servant Smith: ajrain border. t.t: : solicit: lalhtinetin support of the precincts..oters'cf I earnetly the'- I Very truly.:

. Mr. Wall has never d'.r.e ar.y public boys ia\irg formed"this a*>ociation :... T.ed his attention to the bandits.He !! l'nlts.r.frEd to reinforce regular o -tnet. :Minl to faithfuXy: d..cha.ve tto I S. D. W.\! WRGHT.: 1

service -o conspicuous a; to lay for thf a ," purpose of u. irt it fought a< bf-t he could. dept/I! troop, ar. to bear the brr.t.. duties c-f the f jce J.if J.elected. I I hcr -ty annourue -f; a ci- : 'at.fer the -

" the people! under obligation to him : as a first-tep to a business education.This the fac he had only three men left lof 1 the campaign such volunteers as -- BLACKWELFEP. I II '!ICt' of Tax A.-s swr of Bratif.-J c unt,. !ub- I

'i ard Senator Hryan's other two opponents action ht'olunan' on theboys' each of. whom had bte.n wounded more'i j are cal to the colors will be utiliz- Kt-reLy: 6rn.rc. rnyt-!/- a can.li.iate for reetjon -I j, Jtct to the Dtmoerat.c 1'r rnayj :., roe_ telo l

have already 1-oen honored far parts : or.po by their !i or !eseriouly.. : (- I protect t the railroads ar.d garns -..- v. tr.T.ce of O.jnty t.'ri--.InI.r !;I j Jane 5. lv5 and tamt-tly: s< ...: 'oe u: rt

. beyond the honor paid to other Flor- father;a; they would! oppose cigarette At :! o'clock! he wa complied to retire -' "
j idiars who have len just a conspic- -mokir.p. is r.. natural trait of to the refuse of the The that my :rc1m..nc) I habe end.avored to faithful '.
= I a hills only because army enters O! the Xortheatern *.' fartifu'ly: : f.r tr.t. art '.-: of ni> attrct lothI and ser.ice. : -;-
uouin remk-rir. disinterested publicservice. i t..ys at t ap4 to bother about serious his men could not stand"and I end r the boundary will! drive aol praise, .f rtnlH-ttd.l to continue: to -tr.c J. C. BYRD-

f Mr. GiK-hri-t has, been purufts.Ve somftime, (men fizht owing- to their: weakened physical -1 first' f.r Monterey. This will give it to trt-t of K)at :ty. and !* f..r. rvPHrtfj..y FOR Sl'PERVIOX- -- REGISTRATION.i .

Sneaker of the Hou;e r.f P"pMer.tatin' who have rf\'P! been I oys. but w ho condition. control of all railroads in the states > .:. ,0.10.- >oirjjij.rt A. H. at tr. c'.mr !!I I am a ca .Ji.a!* for r..i<'.,r t thr off*, *

and Governor; of the ; referred. to tak un life's burdens; before The report to Or.eral Furtr.n said of Coahuila. Nuevo ar.d, Tamaulipas .nma--: - _WILLIAMS.COMMI ''of, surer\i of n-1Il.'tawn ar.i w. thank

Trammell has teen President of the th.entered their H'Pr; but th.e\- :. CrP' of 'Vivailla"! "Viva Carran- which includes the seacoast connections rR !IONER DISTRICT.-SO.-'.- 1:I tr.'f e! at the coming ;r.ITa"i for to twtf tnt

. State Senate. Attorney General of the are r.ot then of men who take well 1 : were frequently heard a; the out of Tampico. The operations I hereby announce m.l a candidate for 1
State and Governor of the State in ;i arr.onp their fellow; n: their predominar.t Mexicans ru.-hd again and again at ir. the northwest will center about Chihuahua runty Bat.er-: .mmlsiort resctfully!, No. : Lafe tn,e to do so if 1 Ion elected MtItl

rapid !succession. He fri.-hfd his term characteristic.; are ;elthp;;, the wooden hack where the brave City ur.ti the start for Tor- the voters of the du-tnct solicit at the the coming SUf'r"r pn-o I I tHn. C. A. KMfiHT.j .-

a; Auo..pral; ar.i assumed tV!f I i a"d !rr.isar.throphy. Let the boy play little t.rJ 1' American made their neon is made. mary. I t.et 'd I promUe to dschare the NO. I--

. duties of the Governorship all on the till time comas to him to bepin work.Aei'stivenes stand. ,I I The following dispatch is reassuring the d tll cf tr.e office impartially: and ha\e j I !a-.e FOB thi cn'Tu.LE tho.f {ar!: r.tf tv

I J same diy. and row 1.forl rnmrktirc I : : i is, rot the or.lv burt Troop; A and B of the tth United a* far as concerns the safety of interest c all: tr people. ai"a> at heart I citiitns of La..t.y tr.,* I arr. a-fa" : tae /for

. his term a; Governor he ; we ;i of the brain that rfd developing! : State Cavalry were the to l-order settlements from raids in the -RJ. ANbBEWS. I n'tate! in an i'f.. :-:-:(: N : frt
thru Senator Pryan a;icle) i! order | dualities: that make and hold friendhip pluntre into the wild Bi? l immediate future: i, I hereby announce myself a candidate for I j'o the action ofh< r:ma-r t .c'' n'*to your
cour- he'.d: Jur- #th 1 -f- > *=
I on n-sr
th-nt another honorable a'ld esteem are s r. of northern Mexico County ammRsioner ia and for District the
hI may hapEt ; /pani' \ in pursuit of Fitl Headquarters, Punitive Expe Lake No I far>jort and rr..m. 'utr'-j! a"-1'.ft to

ai i lucrative position, awaitir.sr .I busiress, as any other ard do their: i the "Greaser: who raided the little : Via wireless to Columbus, N. I :f I* tfUiy! Butler solictt: the and eupport Worthingtoni.of the I and r- | oJice if I arm a1etdJ. H. LWERY.j .

him at the end of his tr a; Gover possessors nv'H1 trood. Wer thpe.1 American tOWN of Bocuillas. and 'M.I,, May 15.-General Pprhing declared -. the .Jem.xira'.ie election be voter held on at j FOR CONSTABLE DIST. NO. of

oualitie; developed more and greed Glenn :pirI'. Txas. I| today that reports published in June 6th I promise pnar if elected t to give I.' I r ctfally! announce to thr c.tiwn candid

TnI.l i; all 'n''p1. of course for I and appressix-eres.' 1 less to .a business i.i -I. They were rushed from El Pa-/ by the United States that his troop were the ful lce.eonae.entious: attention t the duties C&e of for Ptar'.e the district ofTic i of No C<6..!
/ ( Pltiri\1s' wart all of the i man would r.ot mean what it so railroad to hratho!. Texas eighty-I menaced by Carrr.ziEas all sides c C A. ROBERTS. di.-trict. If I am el.-I tcd I wi':'. ene cart f

I fum! ; :! it i is al-o well for I oftt- rr.-ar.s-to "do" the other fellow.to I five mile north rf the scene Of the were untrue. I hereby announce myself a candi- attention to the .: "f the of z.:*.

th. people to consider their own in- soy, to slander to take unfair ad- aault. They detrained at Marathon I "Our troops are excellently disposed '11'" ffr the office of County a Commiss oner JCOB J .JOHNS--

t"re"ts in making these important se- .nta'p of competitors and to be hoi-!.l and headed "o1 h. determined to !; for defense but there is no sign 1 Lake 0 C
1.'rio.c CnnidYel fr'm tl s'"dpoint est only because it i; "the best pol- stamp out the Mexican Lri8a"d, j! of danger." said the lener1 He added district. ubeet to Wonhinirton the will of 8rrnl \'otnl I I I -tvby anroT myst-If: a co date for

i. the public welfare the Telecraph -''I I irv." These teret ar apt to be i"- : The (country they have to traverse i is ::! that since the Azult fight oters at the primary t be held d.morati, i-el rtion to the ,yfir. cf County :.\'or for for

I: tVi.ke it wod be folk for us :tied into those begin a buiI -. about the worst in Mexico to march ,' the Villistas bandits; had; a wholesomefear ; : 'If,f the:(< wii. faithfully W. dich.r the 1nl.: this Bradford offife county.I will. a>If:'i'I 'h a-n r-i a.a*' :"hch.chen.. Ill'

to :.crir>e the strdine \\'( row have I II I !; r at a wry early ape. ar-d over. It fairly stand* on end and i io U of the American marksmen.j R ALDERMAN. Jr. 1 I dutirt according to the sunevr.* 'aW'S lIrttlo

i" tho cs'i:+1 bv rea5on of So"trrC : 'heir puidirp: rule \\1 be. "e\'{! m" rough that a man f'v' hardly find i j There i i.-, Ka-kward movement of FOR COMMISSIONER DIST. SO.-3. fear or favor. Tie ,-;'100" '' "1.' *otr aI

Eryan's high tardinl: We ought to' for hbm.l and tre d, \'i take the a place to lie dcwr. at litrht. It is the Amerca'"f5 on now. I 1 County I hereby Comlcne ann for myself the! 3rd a candidate DUtrln and fr I the coming rrirr.arr j. re'peetf.iy vTO. E:: PEI.U.r' eolCItSd..


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0'Local. Bradford County High School About two months ago Paul Franklin -
Big Crowd Greeted
the recent State U. D. C. the County colored, son of Tcm Franklin, the

Eighth Month. vention held in St. Petersburg, ron-I! Candidates Saturday. pump man at the railway water tankat
I II. II. McCreary, of Gainesville, was the depot, was member of the
Information --- elected state prl'sident.Irs.: )lc- i ___ crew of Bryan's work 'train, which has

Following is the honor roll for the Creary has friends in Starke who will I Last Saturday was the day set apart its headquarters at Starke. One night ,

eighth month of the Bradford County be gratified to hear of her accepting for the county candidates to address before Paul went to his bunk in the 4'i

I CMlHrflhtI 0.,. ?... .. 2."htu.l e High School: this position. the voters of district No. 4 at Provi car he filled his lockets with track t
.,. in tin .. :
.q. Ctmnty n4 T. .
I Lower First Gra Harriett Ritch, Following is the entire list of state dence. The people of the section turn- Spikes, and finding (ine of his comrades -

i Marie Manning, Annie Belle Turner, officers: ed out en masse and gave the candi- to whom he seemed to have a .

,iI I __ Hattie Rae Weeks, Mary Canova, Gus- Mrs.: H. H. McCreary, Gainesville, dates and visitors from other parts I grudge, fast, asleep, he began to be- .
sie Mae Bennett, Mary Ella Edwards, president.Mrs. of the county a royal reception. There labor the sleeping ma I's head with a

JUSTICE OF PEACE 6th DISTRICT, John Clemons, of Brooker, was in John Boothe, Jeanette Anders, Mertie: J. C. Mocker, St. Petersburg, were between 300 and 500 people present -. spike, breaking th? skid! and fearfully f
II Vote for J. C. I'oppell. town Tuesday. Cowart, Sammy Sternberg, Kenneth first vice president.Mrs. The ladies served a bountiful lacerating the scalp and face. Whenhe
I Register, Carl Culbreth, James Cul- I). E. Mclver, Ocala, second dinner under the spreading oaks in the thought the man dead he l left for
breth Eugene Matthews Owen Griffin vice president. vicinity of the school house parts unknown. .
Kendrick was in Maxville I Dr.) Taylor, of Gainesville, who assists and all
T. N. business.! the State Board of Health, offered Edwin Gardiner, Russell Daniel. Mrs. W. G. Gwyne, Ft. :Myers, third were invited to enjoy this feature of The assaulted man came to and i is "

Monday on :$r in gold to the pupil in the Advanced First-Ro Mercer, Wil- I vice president.Mrs. the day's program. There was plenty still the inmate of the railway hospi .

Starke Hiirh School who would write lie l'revatt, Joseph Thomas, Elizabeth W. U. Fergursen, Dade City, I for all and a great deal to spare. The tal.Chief
L. A. Davi went on a trip to Nassau the best. essay on the subject of Tu- Howe, Ruth Parker, Edna Manning. secretary.Mrs. I Providence country is a fine farming Kite was notified and immediately -

county Monday.L ttfrculosLs. As the judges had not Second Grade-Lassiter Andrews Irene McCreary Edwards, : section and when the ladies give a suspected, Paul.Franklin of being -
rendered their decision before the McKenzie Culbreth Maxine Young Gainesville, corresponding secretary. public dinner one may always expect the assaulter i-nd has been on the

C. demons lias moved with his evening of the graduating! exercises, Laurie Tomlinson, Callis Manning,, Mrs. Rita Dame, Inverness, treas- to get the very best of everything lookout for him. A fw days ago the
I the county afford.. returned! and celebrated! his
Jacksonville.Rev. it was impossible to award the prizeat negro
family urer.Mrs.
Frances Colley, Myrtle Hodges, Hugh .
that time. As soon as the infor- Brownlee Lois Williams Ruth E. S. McLendon, Miami, his- lion. II. C. Peeples presided at the 'I home coming by btdly beating up his
I mation is received here the Telegraph f W nrianMiss. speakers rostrum_ and m._ nn introduce_ ______ ..! *.hn" father and mother. Kite kept his eyes
J. A. Her.dry)IGndar.I had. business j in will print the name of the winner. pell.Third Grade-Isabel Fernandez Al- i :Mary Johnson, St. Petersburg, candidates. The crowd was treated open for him, and the first time he
i metropolis 'I
I the registrar. to many good speechea and seemed came down town h lie May Green, Rosa Le'itonlargar- Mrs: Harry Mickler, Brooksville, recorder to enjoy them. turned him over to the county author

j Mr. and Mrs. A. Swanbom, of Sax- i JUSTICE OF PEACE Oth DISTRICT, et Livingston, Winnifred Mott, Marie of crosses. I ities. lIe will be arraigned l before

I ton. were in Starke Wednesday. :! Vote for J. C. Poppell. Alma Parker Sapp, Bessie, Lot Weeks Ensey,, Gilbert Free; Wynn Orta-, Mrs. A. II. Norris, Tampa, registrarchiltiren I Hub-\Iy-Tism-\ntiseptis: Anodyne Judge Gardiner in a few days on a .
of the Confederacy.At -Kills charge of assault with attempt to
pain, stops
I Mrs. Ben Johns has gone to Cortex, 1'. R. PAR.MENTER. gus Fourth, Hamilton Grade-Willie Ritch, LeRoy Agin,Stewart.Nathan the convention it is the customto I putrefaction. I murder.All .
io visit relatives.Mrs. read some of the best historical '
Manatee county Prevatt. Julian Canova. Maurice Ed- Furniture cleaned and varnished.
I pers that have been sent from pa'I'I the me Ginahams at 7 and
\ P. R. Parmenter, a well known and wards, Comer Long Nellie Mott, Elizabeth ent of the Cemetery fences 1'l pa fred and painted. I go
A.V.. Moore, of Hampton parts state. We note in' Wm. Burns 8 cents at Leviton's.GREAT.
much respected citizen of tht."att'r- Brownlee, Clyde Mott, Mary the St. Petersburg the ,-.-
I was shopping in Starke Wednesday. |i oak :ection. died Tuesday night, May Worthing, Richard Worthing. Independent, that! paper a entitled
,; of disea.-e. The inter- Fifth Grade Kate Young, Hazel paper CARD TO :
liith. Bright's "Shirt of TilE VOTERS.
Mrs. J. Alvarezof
Gray, by M.
Misses May and Martha Fripp left I ment took place Wednesday, at Sapj: ; Warren, Ella Manning, Sarah Hendry, Starke, was read on this occasion. :
Monday for Tal'borC:; their I cemetery. His death is mourned by a Ethel Griftin; Dorothy Edwards. The Shirt
of Gray is a story of the To the voters of Bradford I
home. host of itlutived and friends. NOTE-The above honor roll is incomplete county:-
sixties telling the experience of Mrs. I As
a for school superintendent
because of the teachers
some i
Mr. Aaron Register, of Mulberry, failed to hand in their list of names. Adaline Tumblin Baisden. who wasa I ask your- sunnoi-t nn ihp rot h REDUCTIONSALE
DEATH OF G;JLILFORD AUSTIN.Mr. young woman burning with zeal for of June. Having bee'identified with
is the guest of his son, Mr. L. I). Heg- 1 Through! an error the names of Margaret the
cause of the South.I the schools of the county for a long
ister. Livingston, Katie Belle Green,
Stewart and Hamilton Ritch time as teacher, trustee, member of During the nest ten days we
(;luilffird Austin died at his LeRoy I school: board
Col. C. L. Peek itturned home Monday home, six miles west of Middleburg, were omitted from the list of those am closing out my business. Nowis feel patron fill this and tax payer, I will reduce our already very low

from a business trip to Levy Sunday, May 14th, aged about 67 who were perfect in attendance and the time to get clothing and shoesat sible qualified office.If to very respon- prices on everything kept for
the entire school cost. M.
county. years. The deceased was born in punctuality year. Leviton.
elected I will
give the work my
Appling county, Ga., and came with entire time, and will have the officein sale by us.
Wilbur Scott has entered the service his parents to Florida at an early CARRIE ESTHER BL.\ CIL\RD. Fruit the courthouse ,
jars, rubbers and tops. J. F. open at all times
of the Quigley Lumber and Sup- age, settling central Clay county. Kickliter. for the service of the school public. Another carload of flour just

ply Company.Mr. I About 40 years ago he married Miss when I arrived. .
Carrie Esther Blanchard, daughterof except am away on official ..
Kissie Starling, daughter of Mr. Joe work in other sections of the
Butler L. Blanchard and Ellie Blanchard PICNIC county.
S. S. Dowling has returned to Starling, and several children were AT WORTHINGTON.There .
was born August the 19th, Promising a practical and faithful Whippoorwill and Clay cowpeas -
Starke after a pleasant visit in Way- born to the union. Besides his widow IKOD.' and died April 28th, 191;. lit- administration and a constant effortto for seed in
cross Ga. and children the deceased is survivedby tle Carrie was one of the brightest will be a political rally at promote the school interests of the quantities.

the following brothers and sisters: members of the Grace M. E. Sunday Worthington on June 3rd. All candidates county. I again ask your support.
Feeds for horses and all
The sour and bitter but welcome j Messrs. Hans, William, John and School and had many friends among both state and county, are in- \'ery respectfully! cows,
has made its debut for the Frank Austin; Mrs. Susan Wilkinson, vited. kinds best
blackberry the grown-ups as well as among the Everybody come and bring O. L. MIZELL. quality.
I Mrs (:Jeo. Carter and Miss BetseyAustin. well filled! baskets.J. .
season. children of her own age. She had a ,
I .sweet and friendly I disposition and L. BROWN.R. There was slight fire at the All the most appproved brands

State Attorney A. V. Long, Esq., The deceased was of the Baptist was never quarrelxome. She was baptised B. ROBERTS.( dence of T. N. Limbaugh: I'e'i-I i. of fertilizers, including I ) cotton .
this week faith, an upright man in his dealings, R. T. T.\'V IA)H. Committee. .
IS in Gainesville; :attending in January, 1HOO, by the pastor forenoon, but it was put out
circuit com t. : generous ami sympathetic. His lat-I I I Rev. Joseph Antic, of the M. E. any damage was done. seed meal, all guaranteed! any
ter years were embittered by church. She was tal.t'l1il'k: with tetanus Furnished cottage at Kingsley lake I quantity want.
which he suffered with patience. you
Mrs. J. H. Fields! and little son, his departure and Manyfriends I and had two of the best physicians for rent during June. J. F. Kickliter. Deafness Cannot Be Curedby I
regret -
her i sympathize but while all done for her
of Palatka, art.'i"itinJ.: parents, with the Iwreavtd afmily. was local We highly appreciate yourpatronage
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Powell. I that could be done, she suffered" in i PICNIC[ AT LONG BKIUGE.: applications. as thpy cannot
1 The interment took place at Oak r.-:!(h the diseased portion of the ar.'nlt i in the and shall
silence until her Saviour said "It isenough past
is '
re only (InlJ'a t : Rev. McBride:
Grove I
Master[ Gray Tnt nr of Gainesville, ': cemetery conducting :: come up higher." that ;is by constitution-il mnc-ili.'S.! endeavor do better for
: : :sven
the \ There will .
obsequies.DEATH i iI The funeral service was conducted be a 1 picnic at Long I I"ifaf n ss is caused by an inll.imeJ rnnili-
has bet'n'bitinJr grand-parents, I'riilge! on Thursday, May :!;th. Therewill i HUll lit the mucous lining of the I:Ub\.l- Vet, in the future. Our aim is to
Rev. I-awrence. who after .
Mr. and :Mrs.Valter Turner. by thepastor, I chian Tube. When this: tube is iniUmcdyou
(UM Its. UXDEUIULL.Mr ) [ a prayer at the home of the deceased -I be speeches made by both the have a rumbling pound or impt-rfert I old
I keep cu"toml'Tand; gain
preceded the remains to the county ami st.ite candidates, al.-o\ will I hearing and \vhrn it is entirely rlosl'd.I : new
Drayton Colley is learning the mys- i I --- I i be a pavilion and music furnUheil free Dcaftirsa is the rrsult and unless! the Inflammation
torios <. Hester Louise Underbill, wife I' Grace: M. E. ('hun'hher, (' a large I Everybody has special invitationto I can be taken out and this I
at the courthouse.Mrs. of Mr. J. L. Underhill died at her number of fril'nds't'rt'. waiting! for tube restored to Its normal! rendition.
I Remember the date Thursday
I' come. hearing will bo destroyed forever; ninecnsca ones.YOUNG
the service. .Th'inJing was conducted I
home, three miles west of Starke, :May 2Jth; on the west side of out of ten are caused bv 'atarrh.
J. T. Wills, Sr., of Gainesville, : Tuesday morning, May ICth. The I 1 by Mrs. Lottie Stark and! the the which is nothing lut an inflamed condi- i TRADING k
favorite songs were sung. Rev. Stark river.LONG tion of the mucous surfaces.I .
has been visit to her mother, funeral services were conducted by
on a I BRIDGE CITIZENS.I \ nil IIi ivi(inn IIln4..1 Iinlrq! 'orany cacA of
Mrs. A. F. Brockmeyer, this week. Rev. Wm. F. Malphurs Wednesday afternoon made the opening prayer and the Rev. JP"rn."s/3..1 hjcafarrbithat cannot....curel1by
I I Wright of the Southern Methodist UiU's Catarrb Cure. $<'nd for circulars free.F. .
and the interment took
placeat church made the closing! The am selling out my entire stock and .J.('Ti ENET, &CO,Toledo,Oblo.SoldbyPrnpcists.TJc. COMPANY
Mrs. E. W. Harris and little son Crosby cemetery in the presenceof ritual service ofthe prayer.church am going out of business. Now i is the 1
of Jacksonville, were week-end visi- I a large number of mourners who I regular imo for bargains. :M. Leviton. Take' llill's; family i'iU fur constipation.
tors at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. had come to pay their last respects to was read over the body and Rev. Lawrence Re.nd the Telegraph-fl.50 year i Near Depot Starke.
took for his text 1 Thessalonians I
the deceased. The floral offeringswere
C. Wills. I
I. both profu and tasteful. 4lt-18.! "The dead in Christ shall .- .-. -

J. II. Lowery, candidate for constable I The deceased was born in Starke rise-wherefore comfort" one another THEIR REGULAR SESSION ,',1 1 1

and S. Prtvatt, candidate for 1! April 1, 1881, and was a daughter of I with these words.
I Mr. Mrs. B. )[. McRae.i PARK TRAMMELL
of intown j the late and _
Lawtey, were i She was married to Mr. Underhill Wherefore should I make my moan ( Continued From Page ] I : .j :

Monday. I :March :!'!, lHr! ; The happy union was I Now the darling child is dead ? --- I LEADING) CANDIDATE 1 I

Newn Wainwriht is the proud I blessed with thre children, Kathleen, She to rest i is early gone, \pr. !: reed Silas Kite taxes_ 5S7.24:
pos- aged 10 years, AlbertV.., 7 years, and She to paradise is fled.I !. r
of in Hull's ---
sessor a job DepartmentStore FOR U. S. SENATOR
where he will be happy to waiton Thelma 4 years. The last two years shall go to her, but she Total _____ ________________ITwS/K; ))
customers. the deceased! had suffered from a complication I Shall not return to me. Sinking; Fund

of ailments, which could not : Apr 1 amt on hai.d __________ 415.33
be cured! by human agencies, althoughi God forbids her longer stay, .__ '
Mr. Sam McCall who living Apr 2J amt reed for taxes !:!O.:! !
has been
God recalls His precious loan.
i everything in the way of medical at- HAS MADE GOOD AS

in Starke about a year, has returned '| U'lition and tender care was used in I He hath tiik"n her away Total ___ _____, ____________ 635.53:; ;; :
to his old home Clover, N. C., 'I I order to restore her to life and health. From my bosom to His own. Waterworks FundApr GOVERNOR

with his family. [ She was a member of the Baptist I Surely what\ He will is best; 1 to amt on hand41.flO( _"

J. ] church and bore her afflictions with Happy in His will I rest; --- Apr :) reed for taxes ________ 73.40: WILL MAKE GOOD AS L I4
E. of Bradford I
Perry formerly
when she
Christian and
i true patience,
county, now a merchant of Manatee, I i found that her earthly career was only Faith cries out, "It is the Lord," Total _ -- -_____ ___ _, 4' stopped over in Starke to shake hands | a matter of a few days she resigned Let Him do what seems Him good. Bond Fund .

1 with old friends. !I herself to the will of the Lord and By thy holy name adored Apr 20!! to amt on hand _____44747.00
died in peace, A devoted wife and Take the gift awhile bestowed. Scrip was issued for payment of the
I Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and little daughter -I mother, a good neighbor, a sympathetic Take the child, awhile she's mine.Thine 'ollowhg bills, : He has fought a good fight

Hazel, spent several days this : friend to those in distress, she made she i is forever, thine.A 1-'. S. Matthews, metn council ._ 5.00J. for the people and they are

i week in Gainesville! and while there I herself dearly beloved by all and her W. Andrews do ___ _______ 5.00S. I
;, \ere the guests of relatives.Mr. I untimely death is deeply deplored.Becides large number of friends followed A. Bryan do ______________ 2.00 helping him in his fight now.

I l her disconsolate husband the remains to the depot where some J.v.. White do --________ -- 5.00J. I
: A. D. DeMontmollin and Miss and children the deceased leaves, of went as far as the station where they C. Wills do __ .____________ 4.00A.
Josie Hoffman, who had spent the'' near relatives, the following brotheisand were met by friends and relatives who S. Crews treas salary ____ 7.50;:;

i week-end with Capt. and .Mrs. J. R. sisters to mcjrn her dep-irture! : went to the'ceIllt>te1'\" Melrose where C. F. Hoover mayor fees ___ 14.00 He was strong from the _ _ _ .
Davis, returned to their home, Jack Messrs. W. A., H. M. and M. I. Mc she sleeps in the city of the dead to Silas Kite salary and fees __-__- 2.00; first. 21

sonville, Monday. I Rae of Starke, and E. J. McRae. of await the coming! of the King when we Ed Burn cd do _____________ 51.'':') ';
Waldo.! Mrs. ( H. Neal and Mrs. Lee shall all be reunited and be forever :
C. A. Futch clerk's fees ______ 19.95W. He is steadily gaining
; Miss Zelma Cason; who spent the \ Haltiwanger. of Gainesville, Mrs. F. with the Lord.Brother II. Miner writing pads __-_ .30 .
week end with Col. and Mrs. J. C. M. White, of Miami, and Mrs. Walter and Sister Blanchard have N. S. Wainwright, making bill ground.
. Poppell returned to her home at Island Underhill, of Starke.: The bereavedfamily the sympathy of a host of friends for county road and bridgetax

Grove Monday, accompanied by have the sympathy of all in who will do all they can to assuage __ _______, __________ 2.50 HE WILL BE NOMINATED BY A BIG MAJORITYThe
little Miss Isla Poppell.Mrs. I their sorrow. their grief but alas,only He can bring W. L. Wall fire chief ________ 2.00
solace; to the troubled heart that leans Record is the Best Proof of his Service. Get the truth
E. B. Shipman fireman ______ 1.00 .
Avey Stiller has pone to Otse-; CARD OF TII.\ KS. i Him for rest. We commend themto Gus; Beasley do ____ _______ 1.00 about it. 0

RO, Mich., where she will make her the Great Friend of all who put Willie Baist'.en! do __________ 1.00

home in the future with her daughter, their trust in Him. Drew Alvarez do ___ _________ 1.00
The thanks of the Bradford
-Irs. Harry Barnes. She was areom-! High School of Starke are due to Mr.J. I closely> held within my arms Markley Johns do _n________ 1.00 I will appreciate the vote and active support" of all, Democrats -
Wnied to'Jacksonville by her sister, i I A Leo Cinova. do ___________ l.'JO I I
for the donation of aboutone jewel rare
Mrs. RosettaVilliams. M. Rising : PARK TKA.MMELL.
hundred dollars worth of classic Never had on" so rich and Clitf Chancey do ------------ 1.00' I
iI I and standard authors books for the library .'11rarp.. purE'Ent:1'd Ab Sydboten do _____________ 1./).)
Messrs. N. T. H. Ritch Canova do l.U'i i'auldtrt flit flt.
Ritch and J. Allen i.i
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of said school. The trustees of own. mv precious jewel
Mrs. Arch Green and two children;.' my it Will Moitt do ___ ___ -. i.oO, I
Miss the school, after careful examination, God gave to me.'Twas
Howell anti Vivarette -- ----- -- -- -- -
accepted the books suitable mine who else could for
FlOYd spent last undIin Raiford.| gratefully as ; care Total _____ ,______________ 1' O.51: '-
for a school library. It >FO tenderly ? ,
while there were the gue.sts of But the dear :Master: came one day Road and Bridge Fund j TRADE MARK REGISTERED
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Whitten. f J. W. Andrews & Son hauling hI.5Q.j..ieV ;:; |
Shoes at selling out at sale pricesat :My gem to take
I : Lumber Co. lumber & !

Dr. E. T. Campbell! who had been Leviton's. I cannot:Mv hl'ut'il1 let it I'f). I break.cried: nails _______ __ _______ -'.. : PH OS LIME :

I comes for it W. F. Mott, Scan: work ______ 7 ;>: 0 :

Florida Presbytery, left Tuesday To bear, al-ove. i

for Atlantic City X. J.. to attend To "vk His royal (diadem Total ___ ________ __________ 'J2.J,: ;! | : FOR
the general' aS t'mhiof the Presby Wt'dn'sday'fning of la week HP come> in love. There l being no further business the :;

terian Thursd church, which convened there quite a large number of young folks Fut! Master it is my treasure, council adjourned i NATAL HAY
'. ; enjoyed a straw ride to Kincslev lake. :Mv iewel .are: C. A. FUTCH."' i ; ,
I Thr 1':11'1'E'llt to "Miurnolin I.odfe. I I'll[ snfelv trun'-d ,"nil keep it Town ( .'-1'I' | I
1 : pureArd "That this Phoslime finely ground and applied to the soil
Mr.anil Mrs. L C. Hume, who have :Mr.\ : :J. M. Alvarez summer cottatre, very fair. ,

spent: theist winter and spring in'Starke and while there the time passed quickly If[ thou keepf mv gem He said, will yield to the plant exactly as much phosphoric acid as

f. as the guests of Dr. and :Mrs. in bathing, boating and a moonlight I It miv be lo"t. needed and that the balance which is actually soluble in solid
T. ,
Campbell, loft Wednesday mornIng supper. The threshold of mv home no thief [ At the Churches/ 1 1ST.
for a visit to Chattanooga and Mr. and Mrs. :\l:1rkle.Tohns' chaperoned IT""; ever crested: : water, will remain in the soil, permanently enriching it -.
luilahoma, Tennessee, after which' the party. who were as follows ...
And! whore the hurt's rich treasure i is for the succeeding which assertion: has btf fully
will \
return to their home in Tabor :: Mijses Kathleen Alvarez. Emma Tfe r-"art will be-
Mrs.. Iowa. We hope to have :Mr. and 1'011.Iartha: Frinp, Winifred. You'iewel will r-. safe above. MARK'S. verified by the different agriculture stations which have : t

tel' Hume with us again next WIl1- (':lI1no'1. of Jacksonville! Haz"l Brown.I r.O"1' }.pf\- tl'ee. Next Sunday Service in the evening tried it." .t:,

I Etta Register, Lunette Reehter. Eva The Vi"t T s >d the words and gazed at 7:30: p. m. J; ,
Powell. Louise Resse"t. Clara Moitt.Cl With; i pitvinf look. i I IMMEDIATE DELIVERY .

R. A. Thomas was in Starke Saturday -' 11'0 Mitchell. Neva Turner: Messrs. Whi1" in th' ".rlv hush of morn BAPTIST. j : Prices F. 0. B. Phoslime. Fla.. in Bags f
to visit his brother T. C. Tho- Charlie Bt'asle.'ilip! Hai d'n. Geo. :Mv HP took. "
2"Mr.[ Thomas was! with J. M. White. Frank 'I ine. Drayton Colley. (los'' to rem mv hnr1.t" t morn. I held I Dr. W. G. Law will preach Sunday CARLOAD LESS THAN CARLOAD :

Wolfendf'fi at Samtson City, and when Harold Wall Powell Carpenter. Lor- Tears falli"" fa=t.n morning and evening! at Baptist church $9.00 Per Ton $10.00 Per Ton -.
the veneering mill was moved to I r"nzo Green, Orville Moitt Harold \ enintv nsketthe bright Visitors invited to worship with us. 1 1j
gem ;
northinirton he followed th"re.Vhn Brown Lorrie Register and Mr. Scott. VqI:: !'"I(" "t la"t. I j' WRITE FOR BOOKLET jI

It at Thomas Was later decided motod to follow to Palatka its fortunes Mr. I I Dry good: *, notions furnishings, Yes.Tn; For=5t tpr.5:: TVi/vi Thire may: keep my own. Next Sunday PRESBYTERIAN.evening the congregationS -|i I FLORIDA SOFT PHOSPHATE & LIME[ CO. ,j.

there.now holds a responsible position clnthirg. shoes, etc., at cost. I am !Safe in t.n ""oiife! rot mid1 bv hand* of the Methodist and Presbyterian ; :.
the lie reports good buM.ipps for troing out of business and am closingout Tni Tl'i'ie "ln mine church s will unite at the Presbyterian : : Box .162 OCALA, 101:11).t; I
mill and good health for himself stock. Here i .. church. Rev. J. A. Hendry --
mv is your oppor- T. 1'ynn.. (,f Carrie F. P1"(1 I -- __ 'J
and family. tunity for bargains. M. Leviton. 1 bwtpy, Fla. A FRIE D. J I will occupy tho pulpit. I L ____ ____ ___ ;k

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n F i'"*.:.fi\ I !o Sasd57s552RoooooooeSacRavcava SEE FLORIDA! FIRST w J. S. GRINER CARE following OF MOUTH prize essay AND was TEETHThe written S Ta F

" r p2aT52aoooo by Miss Doris Scott, daughter of -
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{, x.5252525 5 5has snao aaaooo:2yamm !oc245875255'! bt. !: ItsNoyl' [
. : .: I Mr. and Mrs. F, A. Scott, of this city, _
.\i ), "See America First" is now the general licious Avocado pear-all of commercial the prize being $5 in gold given by
j f 1 << call and National Society to promote importance-besides many other Drs. J. 0. and 0. L. Haynes. It was i
'' a spirit and desire among our I rare tropical fruit. The fig and pomegranate ..{ ,. read as part of the commencement
. f people to see American wonders before I two of the best known ff exercises of the Bradford High School a
;I goirg *o other continents, has been organized i! fruits are mentioned more often in and we reproduce it here as it treatsof : Generally Con
,t I i and is actively at work.It the Bible than any other are right at ; ;4'B a subject that concerns every per- .,
.] ; will not detract, however, from home all over Florida. I son but is not gei erally known:
' r this most: desirabe effort for us to Florida has more national bird reservations < -. The care of the mouth and teeth is

s 1, assist In developing a "See Florida than any other state and the t"r ;;.,.,;., ; ; .. a very important subject because if ceded thatAD
I federal the val- <. :tr!! 4'c does have teeth
r First" movemont. government recognizes .. }' : a person not good
I Florida was the first settled state : ue of our climate by maintaining several '. -". "'00 f *' the digestion is injured and in this .rte

in the union and about it clusters romance | experimental stations to test for "' ,.. .;,,.1.. 4' way the health is impaired. Poor -
and tradition as in no other ,: American use many of the more than ., : ,. .V' digestion also weakens the body so
part of the republic. It is their lega- '' 40,000 plants already introduced from ,.','I, ., -: -.".,s., that it cannot as easily resist disease Andrews IYII1
<-ies of fiction, fable- and myth, and belief foreign countries: and not indigenous -;,- .-..<' that life is so different as much as to our continent. < 'v 'i'ln In the beginning it is essential for

r anything:>e that lures our people to With twelve months of growing ) young children to have the proper
r. foreign lands with legendary history I weather, ample rainfall and temper- food containing the elements that
i' reaching back to the beginning of hu- ature, never frigid nor tropical, Florida \ { make good sound teeth, then they .b Next
I'. man knowledge. is like the sack given by Josephto should be taught to keep the teeth our
But let us see America and begin Benjamin, it contained the best. Ji9 clean. One should take good care of I!
t ; I with "Florida First" and properly, as Western lands are all taken, and Flor- the twenty-two temporary teeth, but
\ it was here th-it American history be- ida the last and best of all states, now when the thirty-two permanent teeth I'
; II gan. Some of the early map makers offers its advantages to the indus- come, one should take special care of I i Stole Senator
r applied the name "Florida" to most trious millions of the earth anxious to those, as they are the last teeth anyone -
of what was then known of our con 'I make homes under favoring skies. will have. ,
I tinent. There is much to see and enjoy in s Unless the teeth are kept clean they ANDREWS
I I Florida is of easy access. It can be Florida, so much indeed that it is'not decay and cause toothache, and also A. D.
, reached by sea and land, on regular possible to include all in one review. the food cannot be chewed properly ,',\d"t'rt'St'ment..
lines of big steamers and ships and b>' The best in Florida is equal to the best if the teeth are decayed.The .
I through trains from the great north- anywhere in the world and the poor- teeth should be brushed three '
I- .t ern centers. est is no poorer than anywhere else. times a day, with a moderate stiff

I. More money is now being spent in Among the many things to see, study Mr. Griner will be brush and an antiseptic tooth pastor .
f t I. Florida improving roads than in any and enjoy are the following: our next State powder. They should be brushed -- =
: : 1' other state. It too is the only southern The only sponge fisheries in North Treasurer. straight up and down and not across.
f. I state penetrated by all great automobile America with a host of divers engagedin raid[ Advertisement.and Decay of the teeth also causes fac-
;3 roads, connecting our chief: securing a valuable product from ial neuralgia. No one should bit
t centers, the Dixie Highway from Chicago the bottom of thesea. growing naturally nowhere else anything hard with their teeth, nor
the Miami-Quebec Highway The crookedest river in Americathe except on the eastern bank of the Apa- pick the teeth with anything that will
along the east coast and the Old Span- Ocklawaha-on which thousandsof lachicola river. The first has a com- break the enamel. The enamel ShvhlJ!
I '' ish Trail along the gulf to Texas and tourists have jcurneyed in the last mon name, that of "stinking cedar"a be preserved because if it is broken
,. connecting on the way with Jackson half century and along whose banks compact, low growing tree with! bacteria will enter more easily. -
:: Highway Santa Fe Trail and with were enacted some of the stirring dense foliage, limbs extending from Dental floss should be used to clean
: Apache Trail over the mountains tot events in the longest, most stubbornly the: trunk close to the ground and altogether the food from between the teeth.

, ;; the Pacific coast. fought: and most costly Indian war in quite attractive. Specimens Everyone should go to a dentist at
The expense is less in Florida than American history. of it arc to be found in several of the least once a year and have their teeth
'- elsewhere to operate automobiles and The longest liver-the St. Johns- city parks of the state. examined. If a tooth decays and need
I less wear for there are no steep hills in the United States, flowing north, The four essentials of life presentin filling one should go to a dentist at
r ."; to climb. Motoring is destined to become tidal from the ocean for a hundred such ibundance in Florida: (1) once, and have it filled. It it is pos-
a constant source of pleasure in miles, and giving access with the Food possible of being produced in sible save the tooth, but if not hay 1 II
r every month; ((2)) Water in rainfall,
Florida all seasons. largest ships to a most productive it extracted immediately. .
l e. Dirt streets in cities tnd towns everywhere region. in surface rivers and lakes, and unequaled Mouth breathing causes the teethto
n in the state have given place The largestsprings in the United underground supply, and in protrude and not fit each other
I to brick or hud; surface highways, the States-Silver Springs near Ocala, quantity and quality as in no other properly. As soon as this condition
main ones in many instances to connect pouring out a volume of water ampleto state; ((3)) Air, pure from the great appears a dentist should be consulted. Swat the Bugs .
I 'j with other towns. In every line float a steamboat, and other sources reservoirs over the seas on each side There should be dental publicity, be-
. I of municipal betterment our Florida of streams running long distances to of us, coming untainted with healing cause ninety per cent of the people
communities are setting a pace comparable the sea, including mineral springs with! in its wings, and ((4)) sunshinewherein will not go to a dentist except for relief Various kinds of small vermin cause lots
lj with development in the older water of high medicinal value. all of the republic is there more of pain, unless through some form
: and richer towns and cities of the eastern The greatest variety of trees of vivifying, but never prostrating heat of dental publicity. The importance of worry to the careful housewife. I
I' and middb west. commercial value-more than two hundred and gloryof light and color and sky. of the care of the mouth and teeth i is
, I Out door life in Florida is a pleasure kinds-one half more than in The seas of Florida are a constant becoming better known by teaching it Bedbugs, cockroaches, spiders, worms
, on everyone of the three hundred any otherstate. source of esthetic pleasure, not to in the public schools, by dental infp -
,: t and sixty-five days of common years Two of the oldest cities in the speak cf their economic advantages. ction in the schools and by dental flies, rats, mice-all these pests
and three hundred and sixty-six days United States-St. Augustine and The student and thinker standing by publicity
i of leap years. Pensacola, with old and rare architecture the great deeps, forming large partof It has been discovered that tnil-

t I No state has such an extent and variety -by turn under the Spanish, the Florida boundaries, when the I. dren take on an average half a year Menace Your Healthand
of navigable waterways, on French. English and American flags, I sun tips the waves with the glorious longer to go through school if their
'I which men with their families can and about which clusters countless light, marvels at the mystery of life teeth are out of order. This statement R

I cruise in comfort and safety and at' legends, romances and stories of absorbing as abundant in the sea as on the land. is not based on a few cases; it is based you should exterminate them at once with
in And when night draws it sable cur-
less cost than to maintain homes interest. upon the official records of eight: thou- i
I the long and expensive winter land ofI The only state with a railroad at tain down: and the noctiluca fills the sand school children of New York City safe and sure poison.
.II I the north. Available too are towns: I I'I sea-the Florida East Coast Railway waters with phosphorescence, the ob- An investigation made by Dr. Burke
I' !' And cities with splendid churches and! extension to Key West-one of the server bows in awe at the white sheen showed that children with decays Tell us your bug troubles and we will give you

,+I'i schools, and telephone and telegraph most daring and colossal feats of en- and exclaims with the Psalmist": teeth are shorter, and that they are t something to eradicate them-Sure!
t facilities and newspapers of high class gineeringever attempted and completed "Wonderful, 0 Lord, are thy works! about as tall as children seven months
l 1 r giving worldly happenings and cul- in America-miles and miles of The waters of Florida, both fresh younger, who have good tee ::1. .t
, i I : tured editorial comments on current concrete track high above the waves and salt, affording unlimited facilitiesfor similar difference was found in respect -
I'I events, and yet all about the "Forest and as safe as on the distant shore. fishing, with choice of still waterin to weight.
S I Primeval" with rare growths and flowers The largest drainage operation in the lakes, of running waters in the "Without good teeth there cannot le Mitchell's Drug StoreStarke
I = blooming in every month, and interwoven the world, now under way in the Everglades river, and more exciting sport at sea, thorough mastication, without thorough -
} are groves of fruit and an enterprise undertaken to and the fish caught are worth while mastication there cannot lw good
green fields and garden lands producing rescue for cultivation an extent of and big enough to eat. Nowhere is digestion, without good digestion there
delicacies to supply tables or the fabulously rich soil, quite equal to the the tarpon, the king of game fishes, cannot be good health, and without $i Florida
northern consumers when their home area of Rhode Island, a state containing more abundant and the event of a good health what is life?" ,
land is held in thrall by snow and ice. over a half million population.The sportsman's life is to catch one. Some diseases: of the mouth are pyorrhea
+ In no state is there a more attractive largest phosphate mines in the And with fishing can be had bathing I and numerous other diseases.If .
i blending of the vegetation of the country with up-to-date machinery at boating and sailing. the teeth are not kept clean tartaris
temperate and sub-tropical zones. The work. One of the important industriesof The fossil remafns: of elephants: and formed by a substance called calcium Kitchen walls should
visitor is rarely out of sight of water, the south. mammoths and giant sbths and tigers salts'; flowing in from the saliva.
too, in traveling over the state by rail The largest mines of fuller's earthin and other hughe beasts of early and sometimes from the blood and
or automobile. No sky is more radi the country and producing more to be found in many parts of the state ages, settles in the food left around theeeth always be painted
ant with stars and no: nights anywheremore than all other states combined. afford an amp'p held for investigation cu :pyirhoea, which is the
charming with the songs of the Thelargest salt; water shore line in jy the scientist. In the office of our worst form of germ disease'; making
I feathered hosts, including the clear the union-over 2,000 miles long-to tate geologist, j' man whose fame asa ho gum leave the teeth. Lvery housewife loves a clean
and delightful rotes of the mockingbird follow indentations from the Perdido .,-dud.-nt and investigator extend The mouth should! be washed out
j heard at all hours. river on the Gulf to Cumberland soundon far beyond our state, can be found alarge with a good mouth wash every morning kitchen. But with steaming kettles,
I A fact to be impressed upon visitors the Atlantic. assortment of the remains of to kill the germs that might ben sizzling and
Florida has all the round The larges*and finest a grease soot from the '
, is that year tea beaches in \vo,.df rful variety of fossil land and the mouth.If .
f climate. The winters are without ho world-wide, solid! and smooth as marine forms of life, indicating the the gums are too soft they should! range, how can you keep a spotless
I snow, sleet, ice and severe cold. The 'i floor, on which automobile speeding \\iatin-e hers of a vast number of I.e massaged! with a stiff brush to kitchen if the ;
warmth prostrates man has Iwi-onio furrito walls he
summer a pastime. strange and srote: beasts and fishes make them firm. cannot "i :
or animal, the temperature never The finest s-urfbalhing in all seasons long before man que took a place on I' pyrrbooi appears one should goo washed ? .
reaches 100 or more above zero as is -in the winter when! northern the earth and! l>prame its master. The a dentist for treatment at once. ;
common in the north, and sultry nights waters are covered} with thick ice, alligator is survhor of All these reasons ought to be. sufficient -
a past
are unknown, constant winds from the )bathers can swim in comfort in the : ages. to show anyone the necessity: of
seas on each side of our state bring .\tI comfortable uniformity. No state hasa Florida is one of the most imnor- that it i N worth their time and ('tTort.1 .. IEtcE) ai&
more efficient state health service; The largest area cf fresh! water in tant in the I'nion: and water in many .... .... ;; ;;
and I lakes livers nstancts ;'s forced rfty feet above the -'Pl'o1:: : _
yellow fever has been banished and full of fish and at all TII E ADVERTISING LAW
; we kno.v the causes of malaria and I II canons navig-i'-le. to bo found in any surface. The water of Florida is one L 14/i.a i
I typhoid fever, and these will disappear of the states.; of the chief of th! 'tale's man valualo ROMAN I
Sec. !>. That all
bl assets. political advert when men observe the known precau- The !largest and finest varieties of ,
lents and all
tions. -ea shells, thousands in number of Florida has .t Pensacola, the "Deep campaign literature
There is no worthless land in Flor- fossil: and recent formation, available! Water City," the finest harbor on the published or circulated prior to or on '
t ida. In the central east coast region, to conchologiscs and others interested American coasu south of Norfolk with the dayof a primary election, shall Paint ( I ,
I 1 in the strange toms of shell life in he Gulf naval station, and two fortsof be signed by the author thereof, and your kitchen walls J. 4\
handkerchief ho oceans. historical interest. And off in the if[ the same is being published and with Devoe Roman Enamel

r ( are : The largest lakt'-()k*>echobee-soley Gulf, deep water fishing. At Apalachicola circulated by a club or a committee IJjJ
pineapple plantations, yielding the fin- within one state. are found the best oyster then it hall be signed by the Chairman and you can easily dean them kY !
est fruit of its kind in America, of The best! examples of hotel architecture fields south of Norfolk At Tampa, secretary of such club or with
which hundreds of cars are gatheredand and service equal to the best another fine harbor and the largest committee, and such literature which soap and water.
shipped! every )'I.'ar. Florida has in the country, found in the cities of cigar industry in the union. At Key' i is the in circular form shall have upon it
many varieties of soil, millions of ac- the east and west coasts. \Vest-the most southerly city in the name of the printer and publisher.All '\'e Kcomniuul
t ics of it as rich as cream. Poor soil The Seminole Indian reservation in union with a railroad ferry to Cuba. political advertisements appearing Roman Enamtl k-ca.1 it is cashable
can lw made fertile and the fertilityof the Kveiglades, occupied by a remnantof And Key West is something of a cigar in a Advertisement.newspaper shall" be marked and sanitary and because it gius a hanl surface
rich soil can be maintained by pro- a race once powerful and aggressive town too. At Miami, steamer connection who'Paid. Any person which dirt, does RW! to
... per methods. Florida has its legumes in south ?ni life, but now droppedto with Nassau a British possession publishes literature or circulates any campaign not adhere. Thirteen attractive i tints (and
-peas and beans-the means of keeping a status expressed I by the line: Near Palatka is the only or political advertisement Mack and white) to xWt from. Can he used
: up fortuity A ton of preen forage "1.0. the poor Indian. camphor plantation in America. without the name of the author shelving furniture fr' walls ceilings,
plowed under is claimed to'equala The Gulf: stream, the great river of And there's Jacksonville, the me.trol'olislU and the thereon name of the printer and publisher anal all interior unodwmL
half ton of commercial fertilizer for tht'tl.mtica hundred Mississippiesin as required by this section -
it's big enough to take shall) lJe\'oc
conviction be Ruman
enriching the soil Plants volume, the existence upon punished Enamel i h
are largely of which are of itself. raw tll apply and It ,I."", ": hit..h markr.i'e ,
by tine \
of -iter have makes Great a not exceeding One guarantte: thot Jlh.r
composed \\ and we plenty Britain habitable-sweep it eirl!
The /:1\0'
only growing state, one yearly Thousand Dollars or by imprisonment you sarifactlOn.
s. of that element. They need warmth along the Atlantic coast of Florida, as
adding to its area by filling in of not exceeding one or by both STARKE
r and wo have that without severe extremes. close in as five miles playing its partin year HARDWARE CO.
lagoons and by the work of the cOl'alinH'l'ts The foregoing is a section of the
Science is telling us how to giving miM.U'ss) ) and uniformity to
juld the few mineral elements neededt our Si itor, aid summer in building up keys along the political advertising law enacted by STARKE FLORIDA
perfect the structure of the plant. The Indian mounds abundant in all oasts. Florida extends like a huge the legislature i of 11)13.!) Reference tot ,
When intensive and scientific methodsare units of the "tate. bespeaking a dense linger down into warm seas as if to should settle beyond any disputethe t ., <

applied to farming in Florida itwill aboriginal population at one time the live It'cJ..un in its the benign whole world climate.to come and question of whether political advertisements to ; ,
i thenearest
It is must be
t lie able to support :"iO.000,000 }I'O- only record of their existence being signed.
pie in comfuit and not have a greater left in ride! pottery and bones foundin state to the West Indies: the 4. :
Parama Canal
density of population than now in the hear; of earth built up for burial and South America, WILL ADD TO THE WEALTH OF and as *'
and\ in the olution both fertilizer
great trad. certain to be I a*; a
north of countries. RUB
European observation {scientific OUT MARIONWe
I ; wilt with article of explr'rt.The ; .
un our southern neighbors .i
Florida can pteduce as tine beef, -neieties have explored manyof these
Il it i is not Soft Phosphate
mutton and pork at less cost per pound no'irds and found important relics. unreasonable to predict that with good oil liniment. That's I I Florida beludI
i is Lime have pushers
our state destined to have large reprint from the Columbus Compai-y
' than state in the union. Its The abundance (Ga)
any pastures ant1'arieh' of the
surest mSr
i F.: can l-o made as prolific and nutritious and s'1'1-t1"(pil'al'g'.tation( in part and. parcel! in an i immense ('ommf'rcf' The best way to stop them. I Index an article on "Phoslime," the I j it, and its jriduct is going to

as anywhere. Chickens, turkeys ses. rilants. flowers and grasses. In rubbing liniment is principal product of the Florida Soft ou" county famous.
geese and ducks-birds of splendid the form of trees shrubs, vines mos- Watch Child's--Cough.----- Phosphate and Lime Company. | Phoslime'; is destined to become dwell

[ plumage thivo and multiply under 'o state is there a finer showing of Colds, running of Lime and phosphate promise to add known "Peruvian Guano
nose, as
o proper care. The once plentiful flowering trees and shrubs every MUSTANGLINIMENT abundantly to the wealth of Marion i
of ; irritation of the musous; membrane if county. "Canada Ashes "Royal Baking Pf" .
' ', existence feathered life is evidence month furni-hine its kind and color, I I ,
:E\ a that tame varieties can be made from tiny beauties struggling'; for a i neglected may mean catarrh later. Do The supply is almost inexhaustible der" or "Mrs. Winslow's Soothed
1 t, a profitable source of income, besides place in the sun to the marvelous magnolia i not take the chances-do something' and their virtues are becoming more, Syrup."-Ocala Banner.
supplying our own tables with health- flower ;spreading fragrance on for your child! Children will not take and more valuable as they are becom- -

., ful food. Wild turkeys of large size the winds. The orchid-the rare and very medicine, but they will take Dr. ing better understood. Pills :Best For Liver.
are still to be found in the forests in expensive; beauty of the northern ving's New Discovery and without Mr.-Joe Davis, of Summerfield j Because they contain the best Jjftf
Florida as well as deer and bear. green house-grows wild one rt
in the forest bribing and of our most bitter
teasing. It's sweet successful and
. the finest of a Good for the Ailments practical medicines, no matter how
Florida produces oranges Florida. Even the rivers insiston Peasant tar of farmers, told
us only
and in America and helping to mantle syrup and so effective. Horses yesterday that nauseating for the sweet sugaring
grapefruit a grove their surfaces Mules
Cattle Dr.
Camp '
Etc. of Lake Weir
Just laxative the
enough to eliminate the on poorest the''taste.! King's l'ieQS
with its trees filled with golden fruit creen and bloom, as witness; the hyacinth sandy land in the hides
r at Christmas is a vision for those from and lettuce plants in the 'St. waste poisons. Almost the first dos' Good for your own Aches, the best crop of peanuts county he made Life Pills contain ingredients that

colder and less favored sections of the Johns and other rivers. helps. Always prepared, no mixingor Pains, Rheumatism, Sprains by only giving them a liberal ever saw the liver working, move the W\ftdi- 4
i country. And in the South half of the The only state with trees not known fussing. Just ask your druggistfor Cuts Burns Etc. of slaked lime. sprinkling -I freely. No gripe, no nausea, aid x '
t.,; state bananas are grown and cocoanuts to botanists anywhere else on earth. Dr. King's New Discovery. Itwill Mr. Davis that I gestion. Just try a bottle of 4I
It lemons, limes, sugar apples, man-, The Tumion taxifolium and Taxus I safeguard your child against serious 2Sc. 50c al t, At all Dealer. fertilizer is superior says to phoslime lime as a King's New Bile; Pills and notice hof
the and if
. goes, persimmons, guavas .and. de- Floridana-varieties of evergreens ailments resulting from colds. used by our farmers 25e a* dtur.
I .,. ((2) to any consider I much better you feel. .;),
,'.. able extent, is destined to work a rev- gists. : (

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0=0 p I WHAT STARKE WANTS TO KNOW RAILROAD COMMISSION OF THE + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
FOR STATE SENATOR, TO THE The Answer is Found in the State- NOTICES *
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
FORD COUNTY. ment of a Starke Resident. To interested shippers:

For many years there has been a MASTER'S SALE.
It is my opinion that if there ever From week to week, from year to demand for a re-adjustment of the Notice is hereby given that under and by
year, there have been in freight rates to interior Florida points virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure xau4A." ,y_ !
offices ought to be filled with good, these columns appearing which would enable those made and rendered May 3rd. 1916
desiring to
statements made
o I by the judge of the circuit court. Bradford
Q men, that time is now. The depression neighbors, which we have all read do so to engage in the jobbing or the ty. Florida, in chancery, in favor of N. I'I
with interest wholesale business. Hitch, Sr., complainant and against J.
great and
War has made it many of us
o the great European with great profit. But what we want Responsive to this demand, the leg- Ritch. J. H. Ritch Amy Riteh. his wife
to economize and economy in our to know is, do they stand the greatest islature of 1913 passed what has become A.dersigned Z. Adkins will a offer trustee for ,sale defendants in front the of
individual I test of all-the test of time? Here to be known as the "Long and court house door in Starke. Florida,
needed as economy. is conclusive evidence on this point Short Haul Law. It was thought by the legal hours of sale on Monday the 5th
ercise of care to see that we get value from a Starke woman: the supporters of the law that it woul of estate June situated 1916 in the Bradford following described
We cannot shut off public Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Madison Ave., meet the needs of the interior centersof to-wit: county
O ey. Starke, says, "I feel jusstified in recommending Florida. The Southeast quarter of the
jj we can quit spending money to supply Doan's Kidney Pills. I' After many hearings and exhaus- Quarter of See. 7, Tp. 5, S. R. 21 East.

S sities, but we can take care that we used them for kidney complaint and tive investigation of the matter, the. Special J.MaSter C. POPPELL'In Chance
backache and they proved very bene- Railroad Commissioners were convinced A. S. CREWS
and useless public expenditures.As ficial." (Statement given March 10, that the application of the "Long Solicitor for Complainant. 1
1911)). I and Short Haul Law" would not ac-
I a member of the House of Lasting Results. complish the results its supporters had NOTICE OF ELECTION

two last sessions of our State Over three years later. Mrs. Andrews expected. The Commissioners became laws By of the Florida power the vested Board in them of Public by the i
useless said: "The cure Doan's Kid- convinced that there was but one tion of Bradford county hereby orders an
0 times to prevent expenditures. I ney Pills gave me has proven lasting.I means of relief for these interior tion to be held at Little Springs school .
jj my pleasure to help defeat what was j]I am just as willing to recommend points inter-state and that was the application of I pose on the of 27th voting day on of the May extension 1916, of for the the I
o Bill, which carried a large this medicine now as ever." carload rates on heavy daries of said district as follows, to-wit: 1
Highway Price 50c at all dealers. Don't simply commodities from western points. Commencing at NE corner of NW<4 of 1
feared would be expended without > ask for a kidney remedy getban's They.therefore, tcok up this phase of 15. Tp 6 R 19 E. thence south % mile to
I the question with the officials of the ter of Sec. 15. thence E on \tt section:
helped to cut out of the census bill an Kidney Pills-the same that Mill branch, thence down
]Jrs. Andrews has twice Atlantic Coast Line and Seaboard rail- branch to New
thousand dollars that I thought was ommended. Foster Milburn publicly rec-Co., roads, and in the course of a numberof er trict.thence along river to F.the G.present SCHELL sub : ;

Props., Buffalo, N. Y. conferences with them, finally 5-5-4t Secreta
feat the Wayles claim for one ((23))
o agreed upon a scale of inter-state ;
Q and I used my efforts to repeal the LARGE RATTLER KILLED. commodity rates which they agreedto MASTERS SALE. .
Notice Is hereby given that i
o Tax Commission, which costs the put on. which the commissioners ,virtue of a certain final decree under of and
believe will enable the cities and made and rendered the 27th
U I day of April.
ey every year without doing a Tuesday of last week S. J. Prescott, towns of the interior, who desire to D. 1916, by the judge of the Circuit Court
t 0 who lives south of Sampson Lake, was engage in the wholesale business to the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
good. out hunting cattle. As he rode along do so. chancery, in favor of the Dutton Bank a i
In the way of economical he saw, close to where the horse stepped It has taken sometime for the car- mark.poration aa complainant sheriff of Bradford, and against County.S. B. .
the bill doing with the convict the rattles and part of the tail riers to work these rates out, for the and Ex-officio administrator of the estate
away of a rattlesnake the S. R. Estep, deceased, and M. B.
rest of the rep- reason that they had to be made so Estep
that the counties of the State could ile's body being concealed in a hole as not to violate the 4th section of the in fendants front;of the the undersigned court house will door offer in for c.'I
jj nominal cost for road work. in the ground. There being nothing Interstate Commerce Law, upon which Bradford county, Florida, during the
fit to use in the battle with a big all the rates in the Southeast have recently hours of sale on Monday, the 6th day of
U In the session of 1913 I voted snake lying around Mr. Prescott decided been made to conform. The A. D. 1916. to the highest and best bidder
to put off the battle the following commissioners cash the following described lands situated '
able license tax law that was passed, are gratified, however Bradford county Florida, to-wit: ;
l day, as the snake had not seen to announce that these rates will become Lots One, Two Three, Four. Five
was my pleasure at the 1915 session to him and would be apt to stay in the I effective on the 15th day of May and Eight and Six in Block thirty-five in
law. same place. .1916, and will be found in Washburn's survey of the town of Worthington
But business prevented him from Freight Tariff No. 20, I. C. C. No. county as recorded Florida in,the public records of
Touching taxes in our county, I returning for several days and not before 190. the tenements together hereditaments with all and and

2 a special act at the 1915 session Saturday did Mr. Prescott and R. HUDSON BURR. C'h'm. ances to the same belonging or In any .
D his son Hiram Prescott, go back to NEWTON, A. BLITCH, appertaining.
commissioners to borrow a sufficient ,
finish the snake. EVERETT M. JOHNS.
o They brought a gun ROYAL C. DUNN,
cent interest to pay off the along and found the snake in the same Commissioners.Good A. V. LONG & W. S. BROOMS Special, f )
place. A shot Solicitors A.
quickly dispatched him for Complainant.
accumulated. The in .
had county was
and he was found to measure six feet For Colds. :]
" and it looked to me like the easiest in length and have seventeen rattles, MASTERS SALE
besides being of Honey, pine tar and glycerine are Notice is hereby given that under and
best. The bill that I got through the very large girth.A recognized cold remedies. In Dr. Bell's virtue of that certain final decree of '
ure made and rendered May 2nd. 1916, by
o the commissioners could borrow NEW COMMISSION Pine Tar Honey there are combined judge of the circuit court Bradford
with other cough medicines in a pleas Florida in chancery, in favor of Louis '
H the outstanding script and then complainant and against Mrs. Annie R.
Mr. E. P. Thagard, candidate for ant syrup.' Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey liams, A. R. Williams and O. B. Sweat, i
would have saved us from having to Comptroller says: The state has developed quickly stops your cough, checks your fendant", the und"nif'nedill' offer for
I "f
all at once. We could have paid it off so fast in the last few :years cold, soothes irritation of the throat. in Florida front, during of the the court legal house hours door of in pale I 7
and the business in the comptroller's Excellent for young, adult and aged Monday the 5th day of June, 1916, the o
not have felt it so keenly as we do office has increased accordingly, and It's one of the best cough made lowing d('.cri!>rd real estate situated in Lj,
I believe the time has syrups ford county. Florida to-wit: The North
arrived when
this than it has been '
higher year ever Formula on every bottle. You know of the SW'i of the NWK! of Soc. 22, 1
o sioners were forced to make a levy to there known slTould as Commissioner be cheated an of office Banks( to and be just what you are taking and your doc 6, S. R. 2:: East. E. M. JOHNS jt
D indebtedness all at once. Under my Pensions and take the supervision of tor knows it's good for coughs and Special Master in
the colds. Insist Dr. Bell's Pine Tar ,\. S. CREWS
state banks out of the Comptml- on
mill until the indebtedness Solicitor for
R a Complainant.5&t
one year I er's office and take supervision' of the Honey. Only 25c at druggists. ((2)) i Sold by J. W. White & Son. Newell n.
o In the way of safeguarding our insurance companies out of the treas- J. C. Manning L. D. Register W. G. '
rer's office and this man to be an- Drives Out Malaria, Builds
to the of the bill Up System
passage Plies Cured In 6 to !
is Days
ointed also in favor of paying the The Old 14 I
I sioners to give bond, and I voted for Confederate veterans their pensions GROVE'S TASTELESS general chill strengthening TOXIC drives tonic ouMelerieenricheslhetdoodaadbuihlsupthesys t OINTMENT Your druggist will refund money i if r I
fails to cure any case of
budget system, which prohibits monthly instead of quarterly as at Blind.Weeding. or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14
sioners from making expenditures present. tem. A true toni For adults and children. 50c. >--" "t'Iu-.ti.,1' qVU Ease and Pest &')

H vided for in the tax levy. This law is

o informed persons to be the best law

[I acted for safeguarding our county

|| to think that a similar law governing Z'I .i

|| legislature would be a good thing. If Ever tasteVirginia .

U Senate I shall give this matter I

n While it does not come within p sunshine ? :

o lature of our State to have anything ;

sues, I may say that I favor the great .

I our new Democratic currency law administration., through which YOU did-if you ever smoked i ;:

were deposited in the banks of the of Virginia tobacco. i '
cotton crop last fall. This resulted in a ; _-

i w H price of cotton. If we can have good Virginia, you know, is "the f; ;

o along with the national reforms, our tobacco man's tobacco", because !r' ;
] to grow and prosper.In t
making my campaign for it gives to a cigarette the one :

I Representatives I promised the people .
I quality no other tobacco can give '-
energy and cast my vote always for

0 kept the faith. One thing that I -that refreshing liveliness called '

n have been largely instrumental in
00 "character'I And smokers want ,
jj of a movement to do away

H this county and buy a small, but character" above all else. .; ,.
Marion county to be used as a convict "
Piedmonts 1 have h aracter in r
this would have meant a heavy loss to

I the property in this county would have full measure-they're highest grade &
fore the convening of the legislature I :
ation owning the Marion county lands Virginia. ALL Virginia Golden, iT1i"

2. ment of this kind. At my own lively, mellow as southern sunshine! j
g the members-elect and made them i
bon. As a result of this preliminary timebuyyourregularbrand- J

defeat the movement when it M
was But say "Piedmonts", too, just .
and our county still has the
I tried always to look after the so you can know them for yourself! .!

federate soldiers and the widows of "

jj passed away. I believe that we owe to u :tfnJ. Gr. -;

|J women the best that we can do for NOTEr-H ia ocean freight, J
I have always been an advocate of and import duty, and vntteful

ed to get the convicts on the roads so handling which make ordinary JI

I roads all graded at a cost that we can 'nor't. I

the time comes for building hard-s is this why cigarettes made of _
foreign-grown tobuccocannot
found .
0 line with any movement that have in them as good
At the session of 1915 I favored tobacco as Piedmonts, whichare
o School Inspection Bill and if I am madeof hest-grnde 1'ir-
shall introduce similar bill. pini.i.prottu rifht! here in the J
a U. S. .\!
A great deal of the most

committee rooms. In fact, practically Jt

legislation is shaped in these t ,
sion I had the i !
honor to serve on no ,
o mittees. ; e

pI Now, fellow citizens, I have given The ALL Virginia cigarette

I 1 hurriedly written letter, a report of my 1.1

that I have served in and some idea of i :,
sue if you favor me with election to J -. '

o ing I may say that it has been my i

U to represent you in our State Senate.

o Ratifying my ambition I shall not p :z
betray your trust. I could not well '

of Bradford county without voting

81the interests of my own family.

B Mercantile business and in farming. "die Ciarette of Quality J1."0
0 Jopspeople are farmers and a great
I are farmers.
My interests are
S the interests of the people of the whole 1O 59 j t

can be trusted to know and to do what Ior JcAlso

To serve you faithfully and
aim and I shall hacked 20for10
never cease to be j ;
support on June 6th, Very
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:> !;o.f 1 will again serve ice cream in the park 1
I next Saturday from :3 to 6 and all rerGr@T IeI @ @ ll
I mlMMi&M E
r', proceeds will go to the building fund >&
; I of their new church. Their sacrificing -
labor should draw a liberal pat-

.' i 1 County News Items I I'ronage. Beware The

"\ FlyWe
Junior C. E. Program. i

S -, For Sunday, May 21, 11 a. m.:
Interesting Facts Gathered During the reek by Our Topic, How to pray.

.t Regular Correspondents. Text, Luke 18:! -! -Elmer Adkins. T.

1"t Song. are prepared to with
', t- H Prayer. protect you ;
f. Bible lesson read by all. ij .

.., I Lesson explained by leader. i Screen Doors Window Screens .
E f.AAA'J000OAOAO'', 0 Starke last :Monday. Read lesson story, page 173. ;
@. 0 1 Mr. A. :M. Blanchard was transactI Short talk on lesson by superintendent. .

< -. WATEROAK. 0
do> a0000000000AA0 I'I I ay.Mr.. Joe Hill Williams, of Starke, Bible verse on prayer by each one. ,
j A crowd of'I'|I was in town Tuesday shaking hands Mission study! Around the world vanized and Black also Screen Door
fishing consisting
with the voters, and he did not for- with Jack and Janet. '
) eOsrs.1ce.1 Wainrijjht Otto and "
; I i I get, while here, to mention that he Business.;
Percy Wainright, J. D., and J. 0.',:!I was still in the ring as a candidate Sets and Screen Enamel.
McCormick, motored over to Sampson for representative from Bradford > o
Lake Monday evening, but was county in group one. C. E. I'r )gram. m

' not very fortunate in getting fish. :Mr. George :Morgan, of Wichita, For Sunday, May 21, at C:15: ; p. m.
t I :Mr. F. M. Crews and son, M. L. who is land at :Mrs. Colemans.
Kansas, and a large owner -
x; k. Crews, of Highland: were the guests the homeof i Topic The blessings of how I
at Oviedo, was a guest at I peace
I Lumber
of ::\11'. and Mrs. J. 0. McCormick Rev. and Mrs. T. B. Lawrence the I to ret them. I Quigley & Supply Co. I.i b

, k Sunday. I first of the week. Text John 14'J7: -Hubeit Bennett ,
t' Mr. Ellis :McCormick has been on Misses Emma Reddish and Evail- I Song.

1'7f the sick list for the past week but is. liam; of Hamnton, were guests at the Bible lesson read and explained by I .I

gradually improung. home of :Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Reddish leader. ( >>
'. IGIiIeI l XIel.xeX: I
i Mr. Ed Clark, of Worthington Saturday. Season of prayer. : ;
his mother Mrs.
. ; Springs: visiting :Misses Katie and Winifred Barstow Bible verses on "Peace" by all.
r-i' ; J. J. Clark. and Irene Gradiner, of Palatka, were Short talks on peace. I - _._-
',f' I!! Everyone seems to be very much I guests of :Miss Louiebelle Brown last What does peace do for individuals ? SUMMER NORMAL TERM AT RUIN IN A CHINA SHOP "**
l' I peturbed about the dry weather as it week. Thelma Bailey. ++"++H III f+....t. I H+"' +++

;:j i greatly demaging the :Mr. J. II. Lowery was transacting What hinders the fulfillment of .\. + .
4"A I earth?-John Henderson and + CHURCHES. f A Crash That Spelled Agony For thfl' ::1
4 ''. 4. ;.- '. >' '..' .... .,. ...' .' .. ... .,.' .,. '.. ,;-. business in Starke. :\Iondya.11' peace on London Curio Dealer.
.r < ; :\ J. S. Andrews visited relativesin Ellsworth Harper. Term begins June 19 and continues + +

i C, 0t Lake Butler last Friday and Satur- How can we each advance Interna- eleven weeks. Reasonable rates. Class + BAPTIST-Rev. W. A. Ferrell. t George, HUI'till'! comedian frequently
t: NEW RIVER tional peace ?-:Miss Fogg and Marion will be small and you will fare better drops; ih for a i-bit with a

.4 I F' day.Justice B. D. Kelley, of Raiford, Richard. than where classes are large. 18 miles + Sunday school, 9:45: A. dealer in J.omKi. In the outer roam

I. . '". was a visitor to Lawtey Tuesday. Mission study, page 183-Maude west of Palatka on A. C. L. Have + M. Morning service, 11:00; + are vases iit.-i Jars, cups rout: and

I Mr. :M. J. Sapp,was transacting business :Mr. Enoch Griffis was transacting Hunter. been very successful in this work. + Sunday 6:45: P.)1. Visitors + sets of pieces vninni it anything! from

in Starke last Saturday.Mr. business in Starke :Monday Journey through New Testament Come and enjoy a term with us. + cordially invited to attend. CO to ;dt) :11,ness. Inside is the pro-
:Mr. Robert Cone, of Starke was a continued-Bill Tomlinson. Address
Thomas last Sun-
spent e + f1ri(' or's private apartment. To reach
guest last Sunday of his brother, :Mr. Business. J. N. OVERHULTZ,
k Miss Miriam Adkins and Mr. Roan C. Cone. 5194t. Interlachen. Fla. ,
:Mr. and Mrs W. L. Goodfellow + minister. Preaching the first + through till thousands of pounds'
Turner made a flying trip over to Lake Pitt Tomlinson. of Starke, is spending !

Butler last Saturday afternoon. who have been spending several the week'with his friends, J. E. Leviton's sale is the most genuine + and third Sundays in each + worth of vulLubltf; .Liu.i.

: :Mr. S. L. Crews was a visitor to months here with relatives, left :Mon- and Hal :'olain s. of going on. He is going out of business + month. Forenoon sermon at 11 f "One day not 'oiig :ago" Ilobey; says

t't'I I I Starke last Wednesday afternoon. day for their home in :Mounds Tenn. Mr. Register left Sunday night for and wishes to sell out quick. Excellent + and evening Sermon at :30.. + "I had been ckatting within and a

Miss Estelle Dtkle, of Lake Butler, Rev BernaVd Camubell. of Gaineswas Birmingham Ala., to be at the Old goods at your own prices. + Church board meeting the first + friend was wait PI:: for me in t the outer

"f; I was the guest of Miss Irma Andrews a guest Tuesday at the Soldiers Reunion. Mr. Register was + Sunday in each month Loyal + room.S 1 battle the dealer 'Good
home of Prof. and Mrs. M. :M.
i this past week. Fryer. dressed in soldier suit. He was accompanied TEACHERS EXAMINATIONS.Notice of' + morning' find u:!s about to pass into
Elder C. P. Thornton of Gainesville Daughters meet every Friday
Mrs W. J. Thomas and Mrs. R. A.
Duncan and Geo.
t by Kasper the outer room there came a dreadful
'" Townsend last Saturday and is holding revival services at + afternoon at 4 o'clock. Ladies +
spent hall this week. Elder Thorn- i!I Miller. is hereby given that the crashing of broken hina. :My friend
i Sunday in Sampson City. the town j We are glad to know that :Miss + Aid Society meets the first Fri- +
.' :Mr. Leon Renfroe, of Raiford attended ton is of the Second Advent church.I' Kate Epperson, who has been on the state uniform examination for teachers' + day in each month at 3:30 p. m. + turned upon ui nu eye glassy: with anguish -
Mr. James Goodfellow left the first I certificates will be held at Starke Never shall I forget the pro-
the debatingsociety at Long sick list for some time, is some better + Sunday school every Sunday +
June 6th 1916. The
,j Bridge last Saturday night. of the week on a business trip to New this k. examination will + prietor's expie.si i of I supreme horrors
we: begin o'clock at 10 a. m. Everybody welcome +
I Mr. Rob Andrews was a visitor to York City. Mr. I. S. :Maines, of Sanford, is School at building.one Each p.applicant m. in the is High + at these services.EPISCOPALRev.. + he ruLr l from his sanctum and
Starke last Saturday. After spending the berry season spending a few days with her sister in required saw my friendand myself standing
here :Mr. F. A. Fisher returned to to provide with pens, ink and +
There social at ,
f was i party given amid the df'iris-of' :; broken chinaware
: t the home of :Mr. and Mrs. G. W. An- Jacksonville lat week. law.Mr.. P. B. ):: Iorirgwas in Jacksonville legal dollar.cap paper and pay a fee of one + A. Osmond f which lay "u'e\\:1: around our feet. Ha

t drews last Friday night. All present What has become of that horse Tuesday.Mr. F. G. SCHELL + Worthing, priest in charge. + was speechless-slicking.

,, reported a nice time. shelter few weeks movement which was which agitateda : and Mrs. R. E. Conras, of Miami Superintendent., + Sunday school], 9:30 a m. Morn- + "Legal prlhetylings' ? Five thousand
and we
[ Remember the debating society at ago who are on their wedding tour, '
thought, was about to become a real- ing prayer and sermon, 11:00 + pounds? In a word, what was the
4 I Long Bridge every Saturday night. are spending a few days with the sis-
Mr. W. M. Parker was transacting ity ? Gone to join that hog election ter of the groom Mrs. }i. F. Priester. Now is the time for stocking up on + o'c1ock. Evening prayer and + damage you Inn'iiiv. W'II. I am sorryto

business in Lake Butler last Mon petition, I reckon. :Messrs. Abe Strickland and Hardy dry goods, clothing, underwear, shoes, + sermon, 7:00 o'clock. Choir re: + have to confess: it. for the proprietorwas
I Prof. M. M. Fryer was visitor to hats, etc. I am selling out for the
J a
day. Scarborough were visitors in Jackson- + hersal 3:30 P. M. + in bed for a week as the result of
'- I Jacksonville sake of going out of business'andno .
: Remember prayer meeting at LongBridge ville Monday. the shock, l but it was a gag prear
Mr. E. R. Poppell!, of Lake Butler, reasonable offer will be refused. M.leviton. + +
L. f every Wednesday night, beginning Mrs. J. E. Harper spent the week ranged. For ray friend, who bad
t 'L at 7:30. was in Lawtey Wednesday.: Pop- end with :Mr. Harper in Gainesville.Mr. + METHODIST-Rev.. John A. + brought with Iihu a couple of dozen
J4 j pell was here as a reminder to the H. Priester + school +
F. of Bartow Hendry
spent pastor. Sunday
cheap plains. had, at a given signal -
.; : t N i. 0000000 A aACAA voters that he was a candidate for the Sunday in our city with his better REQUEST TO SCHOOL TRUSTEES.I + at 9:015 A. M. Morning ser- soup
from dropped them in
"' po F A office of County Superintendent of half. Mrs. Priester. me. a heap
Public Instruction. + vice, 11:00: o'clock; evening + the oorI.ondonnswers..
: Mrs. L. E. Parrish of Ga. upon
i HAMPTON. Vidalia. wish to repeat the request that I
+ service 7:30 o'c1ocl :'tPRESBYTERIANRev.
is few with her sis ,
f I Ai spending days made to you a year ago that in recommending -
I'i i ( 0 A' AOOC JAA 'b n 4. (s LAKE BUTLER JUNIORSENTERTAIN ter. :Mrs. H. J. Stewart. your teachers for the coming + + FLYING FOXES OF INDIA

t SENIORS Mrs. :Myrtice Tolbert of Lake City, school year that you give your pref- + H. G. + ,
Rev. J. W. Cedar KeyS --
.. is visiting her aunt, :Mrs. ,11. J. Stewart erence to Florida teachers who + Dennison
are Pastor. +
... with Sunday
was renewing; acquaintances this week. better trained During. the Day They Sleep In Trees,
his friends here Tuesday. We regret i give our childrenmore + school at 9-15 A. M. Preach- .
1 (Continued From Page 1.) I benefit than the hundreds of mis Hanging Head Downward.
:1' I that he is in very poor health. I + ing services at regular hours. +
I BANK STATEMENT. fits and failures from other states People wh. have lived in India art
Lee Ximmo of Bushnell
t spent Jesse Sunday here. Stewart Eva Epperson Edyth Townsend Report of the condition of the Bankof who come to Florida to spend the + Morning service at 11 A. 1\1.; + familiar with the long strings of flying

I ReIullady: filled his; regular ap Nettie Maines. Elvie Fowler and Starke, at Starke, in the State of winter for their financial health. It is + Evening service, 7. Visitors + foxes which vain oftuii be seen wending

e pointment at McIntosh last Sunday. Messrs. Bertram Riherd and Carl Al Florida, at the close of business May an injustice to the Florida teachers.F. + cordially invited to worship + their way in !s-iuzle: file from their

His health is steadily improving, and derman: friends of the classes, Miss 1, 1916. G. SCHELL. + with us. + sleeping plat es in remote trees to the

: he expects to continue his regular Jessie Roberts, Miss :Myrtice Talbert, Resource I + a fruit gardens iimm which they prey.
ministerial work. 1 west of :Miss Clara Stewart, Misses Bill receivable _______--__$33,297.72; : : :Show; cases and store fixtures, used; i
+++++++++++++flll' ++"+ The e ciiriniN ;" Rev. E. M. Henderson filled his; appointment Winnie Townsend, :Mary Lowe, and I State, county and municipal in my store, also good iron safe,
t at the Baptist church Sun :Messrs. Ray Wilson, DeWitt T. :Mc- I h bonds. _- -_--_____ -,-______ 4.000:00: cheap :M. Levittn.'CLASSIFIED in the WI.)1''orl) < Gill Schell Carver Francis Colson I Banking house: furniture & mi-asm: as much as four feet
day morning. Owing to the inclemency THE FAMIIY DOCTOR.
'i of the weather there was no service Ion Addison Gut ney Crews and Tom fixtures _____________n_ S,4Gfi.H: 1 + + + + + of''I + + + + + + + + + + I across the wi'itand have reddish

I Sunday evening Chastain; Teacher and Faculty, Prof. Other real estate hnnh__ 200.00 + + : brown fur :-wi mole 1lol't'drIns.: .
Lindsey Bros. have bought the mar and :Mrs. Draper. :Mr. and :Mrs. Pad- Claims and other resources :;303.8; : ADVERTISING In some communities the "family Afti'rIlrelrmi OC'llrnallll'prl'datioll3! they

ket and restaurant formerly owned e ett, :Mr. and :Mrs Knight, :Mr. and Due from incorporated banks 23,013.8.1:) :) 'I + J doctor" seems to have gone out of fly away' with tn! dawn to a tree in

1 and managed by T. :M. Hagan, and Mrs.; Scarborough; Checks and exchanges: for + + + + + of'I + + + + + + + + + + style. who There do is a growing class of J some! i--olais( | fi|ii." II will continue the business at the same clearing hn__ __hn_ 1,2r.,.00 people not call doctors at all
place. Cash on hand __ h_n u_ 2,4(54.33( :); I For Sale or Exchange until they are conscious of some ser- : ins! ifie d.} hanging: head downwardI

W. B. Alexander returned Sunday Sunday School Bojs Entertain Girl; +. County warrants u_ _u__ 2.G! 0.3:1: FOR SALE-Porto Rico ious ailment. Then they rush off to I from the bough' -.in the manner of bats,

1 after spending a week in Levo countyin Last Saturday: evening Mrs. :Maines' S1.25 I : potato draws, specialists who have never seen them \' ('hiG'bin;: Jin b :!nch with their feet.I
1,000.1. :
f the interests of the :ModernVood Sunday School boys entertained the Total _u_ ____ __ __ ___07,70:5.C,3!) : I Starke:per, Fla. )1.Ioody 5-5-3t.: before and only too often are in the j i, As the fl.v,in Tote, ;gather on the tree

l men girls; in the city I'ark.Iany: gamest Liabilities -, -- ---.--- --- j! midst of expensive and sometimes unnecessary sfieoieil) their'! ia tremendous conimo-
I wore played in which every boy and Capital stock paid in $15,000.00:) () ( |I operations before they know
k' : James Reynolds, of Graham was; I' -- FOR SALE Show cases and store i nt. for eat. h newcomer t is vigorously
girl took part. :Misses; :Maine and I what they doing. I'i
l'usiness'isitor here Surplus fund 3000.00 fixtures used in are
t Wednesday. hUhh my store, also good j I h en off fr.mi "lie place after another
w' :r Mrs. S. :M. Rowe, who has beenseriously l'oswlt'rsere "overseers" of the gamesnrul ; Individual deposits subject iron safe, for sale cheap as I am The development of surgery to its -
until be : to secure
Y ; ill, is slowly l iniprotort.. We refreshments.; :Mrs. :Maines and to chick' __u U__ __ _n_ /fi5.Si52.S5: :) going out of business. M. Leviton present high estate is one of the proudI e' ent'i.illy manages:;
r how for her a speedy: decovery. Miss Focg, teachers of the two classes Time certificates of depositIJ.8.t1.: O Starke. o-19-tf. ;I achievements of modern scientific ircli for 1 Hm-i-if.! Those on tLe tree

The union, prayer meeting continue were present. -- -- method. But like all splendid and meanwhile ket-pijp an lII ('Ss'mt wrangling -

r j', to grow both in attendance and inter Several toasts were given I by, the Total __u___ nhuh u)7,7Qli!) :! <;:r FOR SALE-Lot 50x380: feet fronting rapid growths it has its abuses. One each: t'f'lIfhil\"oril l to secure the

est. The last two meetings have been teachers. IVlicious refreshments I State of Florida county of Bradford: on King.sley lake, adjoining. of these is the onesidedness of the highest; and I nit place to rest on.

of unusual interest wore served and all returned home I. T. II. Halligan, cashier of the :M. Darby's place. Apply to F. G. surgeon specialist. It is natural that Sometimes 1lallh1II<<.lI''l1o* of these destructive

I We regret to note that J. II. Pre- declaring a very nice time. I above named bank do solemnly swear Carpenter. it i the man who has attained great skill runt'iris' may !Joe seen hanging
watt has h'elreal tick during the Among those present were Misses; that the above statement is true to 1- __ __ in any field should have his outlook
; week.A. Henrietta Rosenberg; Georgia Epper the Lest of my knowledge and belief.T. FOR SALE-Comfortable house with biased by the concentration of purpose, from the li.Mtiches a large; .

I IX Andrews<< of Ruifoid, was a son, Roland .lone*. :Merzie Fowler H. HALLIGAX; eight rooms and bath and 5'i! acre I which was: necessary in acquiring When oPI..tllllity[ ( offers they are often
'sitor here Tuesday.LAWTEY.. (Omie) Scarborough; Ada Register Cashier. lot in Hampton. Reasonable terms. expert ability. To the knife expert, shot, .\1..11. sofcie%1 of the natives! consider -

Marguerite Duncan, Thelma Bailey, Subscribed and sworn to before me Write Mrs. Annie E. Young, Hampton e'erthingeems' curable by the knife, their 111'-h' delicacy, though it

(!' !> !> Y !> !> !> !> !' !> !' Elsie 15. Gilispie, Mona Alderman, this 17th day of May, 191<>. Fla.I 3-31-tf.- everything 2ms to require the knife. I hardly appeals M Hnropeans.
;Minnie 'loon"Jarie: Pinholster, Fogg. J. C. POPPELL, I : _,_ It is perhaps true that more deaths i

I '. '!' :Maines:, Fowler Theodore and :Mrs. Maines and Notary Public.Correct I FOR SALE-:My place in Wateroak -nd lifelong miseries are caused by I A Psrsortal Preference.A .
Edwards Donald fear of
Attest than
: section surgery were ever causedI
on road moved
acres well known writer
y Edwards, Raiford! Epperson George E. S. I by
MATTHEWS. 35 unnecessary operations, but the
e ( !> ass ".. ,0> :Miller :Mark Dubose. J. E. :Maines, A. M. DARBY, ,improved all\ inside:30 good stumped wire ,fence well ditched : present tendency to rush to the knifeas not so very I loim'siKo: : ; from Brooklyn to

:'oIl's.1.: E. Edwards came up from Jr.. Hal Maines Willie Scarborough A. H. FREEMAN: Directors. dwelling, tenant house and outbuild, good a panacea has its serious dangers. California. On tie day before the family

Gainesville; last week and spent a day Hughes; Register Willie Dekle Rai- ings good water, telephone mail This is the point where the family startedvit 1 lie went for a want!

t or two with relatives here. ford I Ilit"IIt'rlanril'l': Langford. BANK STATEMENT.; day. Pecans, Peaches every -. doctor should come in. No better invpstml'n't through the ini-ihborliMNl' with his
lIon. A. D. Andrews, of Raiford Walter Cobb! and Pitt Tomlinson. of I oranges;, .
; be 1\1'
can made
1 Report: of the condition of the Brad- etc. For terms see or write J. E. I by any individual four year-old 1>'
was shaking hands with his many Stark ford County Bank, at Starke, in the \\amright, P.oute0.. 1, Starke or family than a periodical examination I "I sui'iosp.id; the father "tbat
friends in Lawtey. As we have be State Fla. i by the same,physician. This little
f of Florida at the close of business 5124t. yeti be sorry ni leave all your
fore mentioned.r. Andrews i"i a Burial ;Mi-s ; ---- I nhysician called in regularly, every "
of ScarboroughIt May 1st, 1016.! --- say chums lu-if"? -
wide-awake candidate for State Senator ; three
months where
from Bradford and was a great shock to this come Resources FOR RENT |. is well even everyone The yuuiii'-ti-r.tli"ii2ht: ;: !he would. At
county, onc
who has the record of two terms munitv to hear last 1 :Monday eveningthit Loans on real estate ______$ft3,036.00; : FOR RENT-Six-room cottage on | the ,family comes to He know knows every the memberof that he did lot seem tit show mucll
Loans living
the House of Representatives behind Miss Susie, Scarborough had committed on collateral security South Walnut street; interior lately (conditions the history of each emotion jit t th,- pros: tit i of partin;

him. fit for a recommendation: for any suicide at ht'home in Jack- All other other than loans real estate__ 12,025.00: : ; repainted' ; $8 per month. Mrs. j. I i mental, moral and physical. He person knows, I from all his frii-jcls.
P sonwille.She and discounts \\ Andrews Sr. "
::r>". ____ ___ 4iOj.tOwdrafts ; : ; ; -- n. the economic situation. He is a giverof "Which ore w 41 1 runt nii-s; the most?
i was only fifteen of h uun I
Mrs.: T. B. Lawrence is spending yeas age
a } ___ .1. C. Byrd cahier wholesome advice. He knows howto inquired the patios.The ; .
few days in Jacksonville this; week as but it seems that she: had become tiredof hn hn 445.S J! of the Citizens
the guest of her daughter Miss Bertha life and fired the fatal bullet into State, countyand municipal Bank of Raiford and candidate for I how keep people from illness as well as \boy \\ antt SUI'I'"XoW'
bonds' ____ tax ; to help nature cure it. Then if : father, "wbich
who is a teacher in one of Jack her heart dying almost instantlv. hhuh 2,000.00 assessor, was in town Thursday i he finds it pre-s--sl his
sonville's scho) '::. Tie }body<< was brought here Turs- Banking house furniture & I, I necessary to advise an operation little boy of -ill tU! ? liit'e l l">ys you know
day! and intl'I1I1l'nt 1 fixtures _ 20,: CS Mr. Charles do Berniff, of Jackson was in the Dekle I h h h h I That Does Not Affect The Mead i i Jacksonville Metropolis. do you like I ilie it'r"
eggs was the guest of friends in Law- "erne terv. It'a : accompanied by estate -: i BeA" of its tonic Ant laxative: effect I.AX\. The little rim'! mushier. I a minute
S L' S toy the first of the week. tr>r mother :Mrs. Victor Scarborough Claims and other resources C2.47S.74: 'I TI\'E Quinine BRoooQUININE: does isbetter thanordinary I.I I i before nnsweiinS."Well. .
\ 'I iir. Ury Gutter who has been assisting .':01' two brothers, and two sNter Like Due Checks from and incorporated banks 45,5; :R27: ril! u] III. head., Remember Dot cal'S the bill") :n'meTna i Mountainous Greece. ." Los .:tld at la-l.; I 'I. guess! I
1 L. Butler was their old home, having exchanges for I I IcoiC tor the signs-ure of ;;. W. GROVE. Greece Is extremely '""-Sdturda1
'"' ; Dr. E Biggs in the Cah (left here about two clearing h h ".S35.13 25c I II mountainous like myself ,i-rr-tty we!
h h the
i DrugStore during the past fl'wI years airo. Other cash items best of only plain region worthy ot the Evening Post.
Their friends -h__ 12SV21: : I my knowledge and belief i iI '
# I months left Monday for Jacksonville many :: extend their name being found
; in
Cash Thessaly. In
on hand _
11,135.28; H. lUrCH I
I ,
t greatest to the -- -
where he has sympathy bereaved 1 this
: secured a position i in << i province is a large of
one of the Cracker Six Farm markets.Messrs. family. Cashier. I Uses of. Menu Cards.
Total undeveloped
t}{ ----h------h --_.t7,9tU\i: I Subscribed and sworn to before me power furnished "ItouMift take so many: menU
r T. J. Terry, A .M. Blanchard Liabilities i. this l.th day of May, 1916. by torrents which sweep through the li dinner.:
cards tlirou
to ::
6 and J. S. Norman motored to Christian Church Notes. Capital stock paid N. carry tag
25000.00 D. WAINWRIGHT plains in the rainy
season doing great hl..lli didn't
Lake City High Springs and Lake Last Sunday marked the beginningof Surplus; fund h_-_ __hn_ 9000.00 Notary Public. damage their course for the remainder said the iv 'ter. "if K-ople and
Butler last Wednesday Undivided scribble sn nuuj noteen them
the profits less Correct-Attest
special (
meeting at Raiford ex- :
by of the
\ Mr. J. H. Moore was transacting Rev Homer F. Cooke, state evange- penses and taxes paid)_._ 4.8(10.78( N. T. RITCH.! ravines. year being marked by dry wake them unfit- for u*,e. Memorandaof

: : business in Starke Saturday. list. Both the forenoon and evening Individual deposits subject W. T. WEEKS all kiinls are jotted down on these

a Mrs 0. L. Thomas and son, Harold, services were hindered by rain but to check -----..__-----__1315657-:' 0. J. GRIFFIN, Directors. cards during a I mf-al. Aritlinu-tical puS
and :Mrs Enoch Griffis and littleauR'hter we are expecting good attendance Time certificates of deposit 8,796.00 I zles are.t solved, the particulars of business

Pearl left last Sunday for this weekS the evangelist is a very Certified checks -n--r--- 54L60 Whenever You Need General Tonic "Are Neighbors. deals are worked out. financial
Yinton, La., and Houston .Texas, interesting speaker. Cashier checks outstanding 865,66 Take Grove's your new neighbors, the Woo- wrestled with sonnets

where they will be the guests of relatives The galvanized metal shingles} for Savings deposits __-__ h___ 07,278.11 The Old Standard Grove's eeltons Interesting people?" "Exceed problems are engagemenl9are
and friends. Thewill Tasteless ingly BO he is the ere compose I. sad; social!
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the Lake Butler church have been delivered chill Tonic is equally valuable as of man thatwon't The fact is I
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home about June 4th. and they will be put on this ---- ----------_247,913.87 General Tonic because it contains the speak to anybody without an OB I
Mrs. Nancy Britt, who has been week. Thus the church nears comple State of Florida, county of Bradford: wen known tonic propertiesf QUININE Introduction and she is the kind of bare seen aI unit verythii! written U 1

spending several days in Lawtey with tion. I, J. H. Ritch, cashier of the above- and; IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives woman that borrows everything in a menu (';11',1 ejt--pt H p.ipular nOfe of

relatives, returned to her home i iIA in The ladies of the Lake Butler church the named bank do solemnly] swear that I out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and your house without being introduced and no doubt I've found the plots <

above statement is true to the Builds up the Whole System VJ cents '*t all." some of them.-: \\ York Times. (


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