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: March 6, 1914
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:01959
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10 o'clock a.m. Monday, March justice of the peace for the 8th elec-

E k Unknown Negro Prostrates 0 0 2,1914, Chairman C. A. Roberts, with tion district of said county. o J 0 Jcb Awarded to Smith & Wat- '

!'' I 0 The' time honored custom 0 the following named members present, Petition presented by C.'S. Clyatt -$, Some unknown poet of pas3

i ? One Woman'and Causes 0 among newspapers of charging 0 to wit: W. A .Bessent, W. S. Croft, and others, asking for a change in 0 sion out in the long grass has & son, of Albany, Ga.,. /

; ; r of Another. 0 $1.00 per year to subscriber 0 J. T. Dowling and A. B. Surrency, who public ,road, from Olustee Church 'to 0 come forward with the followS
Death '
;( ," 0 has received many a hard blow 0 was appointed and commissioned to fill Providence, said change to commence '> ing bit of timely comment: $ for 26900. ,

, i Jl< "; ._ 0 and many a deep dent of late. 0 the unexpired term of E. H. Jones, of at the corner.of.: Mrs. C. M., Clyatt' '> 0 -
ff 'r' 0 The fear that a raise in price 0 > "Every time come to town
,,: Mrs. the 5th commissioners district of said land near Olustee Church, thence you .
# An unknown frightened At the Bradford
negro regular meeting cf the -
might reduce the number of *
0 start to throw 3aroun' >
i county. south intersecting with ,public road your money
"L e Butler Brooks into a nervous collapse board of instruction
0 subscribers has county public -
yielded pretty $ 0
Minutes of last read and Olustee
meeting leading from Day ford on
;i and'caused the death of Mrs. J. .G. March 2 the
j' 4 generally to the necessity of <3> Monday, _
approved.iThe Creek to Providence, and petitioners 4 Say, homemade goods are the <>
[Williams at their homes in Peek's4r' for the building the Starke school
#!,'; 0 charging for the valuable ser8 unfinished business appearingupon further ask to discontinue the old 0 goods for me, 0 new _
,addition to Starke ,Tuesday evening house awarded Smith & Wat-
0 vice these < > was
papers render an S o "* : the minutes of last meeting was road commencing at the S. W. con'rof Because. they spell. prosperity. >
fir r at about 6:30.o'clock.. a amount somewhere son, of Albany, Ga., for $?6,900,-wfth
near 0
cqjn3 taken up and disposed of as follows: the W. L. Summers' place to the 0
ffli' Mrs., .Brooks 'was preparing the 0 mensurate, and parallel with <> 0 "A dollar send to the Eastern 3 the stipulation that the building;be -
Petition asking for a public road lead- S... W. corner!of the Newsom place. you .
meal for her husband .
evening on completed and ready for
use by Sept
0 ,
the increased
cost everywhere ing from Redding Bridge over New Upon motion, petition ,granted and 0 i i store <8> '
:i Tuesday.. Her mother-in-law, Mrs.. 1 1914.
a else.. The newspaper that was 0 River to the Town of Lawtey, loca- changes granted as 'set forth in said Says, Goodbye "Bill" forever-
|, F. E. Brooks: who lives with Mr. 0 worth $1.00 ten $ The original bid of Smith & Watson
per year years tion of said road commence at Starke petition. 0 more, 0
".,; and ,Mrs. Brooks. had gone to the 0 is worth be0 was $27,400, but the board of educa- '
ago more today and Sanderson public road, near Redding's State pensoin claims for Mrs. Florida 0 But the dollar you spend with <$> '
.J home' of .Mrs. J. G. Williams for"a tion effected a saving of $500 on the
0 item into <8> ;
cause .entering 0 the homemade sound $
Bridge, where North line of Groover and S. F. Morgan
: pre-
bucket of water and remained a few contract by substituting Jacksonville
. 0 its has been edvanc- <> '
production Section 14, 5, 21 crosses said road, sented and approved. 0 Keeps a-comin' and acomin'and $ '
minutes to converse with the members b brick for Georgia brick, the Jacksonville -
ed in cost 4 t
said'section 0 round. 0
thence East on line to The clerk of said Board was authorized a-comin'
' .t. 'of the Williams family., The product being equal in
younger A The Western Q every
: Newspaper NW corner sections 18, 5, 22; thenceS. and instructed by the Boardto 0 /
;;"t-;, 'Mrs. 'Brooks tired of waiting respect to the Georgia brick. 'G
grew 0 Union finds that in Wisconsin <8> ;
E. to S. E .corner of N. W. one- cancel the old scrip ordered reprinted 0 "The people around are getting $ '
for her mother return and stepped The firm of Smith & Watson is -
to :
0 out of 234 weekly'papers 36 <3> a x
fourth of N. W. one-fourth of said for the of the East Starke 0$ wise 0 '
.i to the door and called her. She clos- use well known and reliable and ..
Q charge $1.25 99 S company
per year, section 18; thence East on said land District. 0 To the way to beat the catalog $
;ed the doo and resumed her Drainage never fail to fulfill their contracts
i1 ; prepara- 0 charge $1.50 and 3
seven charge line about 660 yards; thence South Dr. A. H. Freeman was appointedas 0 guys, o 3

: tions for supper. Presently she heard 0 $2.00, the payment of all being 440 yards to land line; thence E. on physician to fill the unex- 0 S Who keep what they get and $ according to specifications. They have
the front door and then' slam. county recently built the high school at West '
f open 0 required in advance. Nineteen <> come
said line about 660 yards to E line D. Gunter 0 5 never 'round'With 3>
term of Dr. T. re
'r. :Thinking it her mother returnIng pired Palm Beach, the high school at Fort
was 0 of the number'do not publish '
of said section 18; thence South on moved. 0 enough of the coin to buy $

fi! ) she paid no attention to the 0 .their rate and only 70 adhere said line about 220 yards; thence Eastto The following resolution was passedby 0 a hound. 0 :Myers, Rollins College at 'Winter .
matter and it further thought Park the co'urt house at Palatka the .
1' no ,
gave 0 to the before-the-war price of <> East line of section 17; thence S. 0 0
the Board .
,until her the : \ high school at Ga. and have
somebody tapped on Blakely
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$1.00. on said line about 660 yards to S. E. Starke Fla. March 2, 1914. "We love our town and we loveS 0
'shoulder and asked her in a gruff the contract for erecting the high
0 There time when <$ .
was a a corner of said section 17; thence E. Whereas This Board of County < our state,. 0 ,
voice if She turned school at Fort Pierce at cost'of '
supper was ready. <> country weekly could be a
proS on section line about three miles to Commissioners did on the 5th day of 0' And here's where we ought to <8 '
A: around quickly and her eyes met 4 duced at $1.00 but per year, S. A. L. R. R. intersecting the Lawtey last ''for reasons therein 0' co-operate.
the gaze of a burly ,negro. She was 0 that time has Those 0 January Starke will have one of the most
passed. and Highland public road leading into stated pass certain resolutions relative (&> If you want health, wealth and 0
almost petrified with fear, but. she stately and handsome school buildings
0 who still -
charge that Staking
price are the Town of Lawtey; said line as to''the county taxes to be levied 'J> groaning table, 3
h managed to escape from the house from other i in the State .Florida, one that '
money above designated having been advertised for the' 1914 and !> Always ask the clerk for the 0
to the Williams ,year will be of pride to her citizens
a source .
and screaming
ran 0 sources to meet what must be <> -
as required by law. No one offeringany to-wit v "homemade' labeL" 4
;} home. Mrs: Williams met her on the o a deficit in the circulation <8> Whereas, Subsequently, : 0 and' an important factor in :her .
account objections to the opening or filing 19 1914 the Tax Commis- '
February ,
t 1 porch and was BO affected by'the in- 0' CallSTARKE.GROWERS' 4 future development:
any objections to the opening of sion of Florida issued its instructionsto ,4 41000000000000000
1| cident thinking, perhaps, that some- 0, '
> 0
said road, upon motion and second the Assessor of Taxes of Bradford It ;x

J thing,had happened to hef 'boy, whoBr 4 4 4 4 4 4 004 000000000 0 the petition granted, the road to be County and to this Board to ,assess! NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS.Mr. IN HONOR OF MRS. LARSON.

.;had that'sh"Koon; with Mr. -Brooks that- dav. I ASSOCIATIONIncreasing opened and placed in good traveling and erualize: all property in saicounty < J. M. Brownlee, a well known : On Wednesday afternoon at three-

*'; succumbed to heart failure ., condition u -without any expense to the ;r-on a basis -of 50- per- cent of I citizen of'Bradford announces in the thirty o'clock. at her beautiful Walnut __.,

3** I and died almost instantly. Physicians county. I Telegraph this week that he is a street home, :Mrs. D. E. Tnight'en- ,

.::.\ >were immediately summoned, but Mrs. the Profits of the Berry Petition signed by R. A. Hess and its Whereas true cash, the value property, and in said candidate for the office of county I tertained the members and prospective "

', Williams was beyond human aid. Growers. of Bradford and members of the Music Club, in
others, asking. permission to changethe county is already assessed at practically treasurer county,

.'\ *An alarm was immediately ,given The Starke -Growers'- Associationhas public road leading from Worthington 50 per cent of its true cash value promises to do his duty if elected.Mr. I honor of her sister, Mr$.,Charles,Larson -

r ,and Sheriff Denmark and his deputies commenced to manifest its value, Springs to Dukes, Fla., be- and the assessment of 1914 will re- E. R. Poppell, 'a prominent of White City, Florida. ,

/ :and members of the city police de- ginning at a point 500 yards due educator and a well known man of Mrs. Knight was beautifully attiredin
notwithstanding the fact that there main about the same as it was for I
:partment, adied by a posse of excited j I are those 'who have tried to break it I north of Little Spring Church, thence 1913, affairs in Bradford county, offers him- a white wool costume and gracefully -

citizens, made a hurried search for I due north on land line 417 yards self, as a candidate for the office of received her guests and presentedthem
up. It is united, well footed and ; Therefore Be It Resolved, That we '
"i;., the negro, but they failed to discover thence East on land line 417 yards, Tax Collector of Bradford county, to Mrs. Larson, who wag becomingly
bound to grow. The results, so far hereby abrogate, recind, set aside and '
4 his whereabouts. An attempt was intersecting with' the original public and pledges conscientious and effici- gowned in voile worn over
shown are gratifying, notwithstanding withdraw the said resolution passedby
'made to get the Padgett bloodhounds road again. Said petition laid ent service if elected.Mr. an American Beauty Rose slip. The
the,fact that the conditions, both was this Borad, January 5, 1914, as it
k at New River, but it was learned that over at the last meeting of the Board R. J. Andrews is a candidatefor time was most pleasantly spent 'in '
at this end and the other, have been is not at all applicable to the condi-
Mr. Padgett had moved away. Finally most unfavorable t'The and referred to Commissioner Robertsto tions which now obtain. the office of County Commissionerfrom social conversation and listening to

'' f two dogs belonging ,to Mr. T. J. investigate and report at the meet- District No. 2 (Lake Butler). the following delightfully rendered ;
growers have shipperd to date C. A. Roberts, Chairman Board
hickey, of the Stevens Lake Turpentine and the realizedso ing of the Board in March, whereupon.l County Commissioners.Attest Mr. Andrews served with honor as music and readings: ,
2,400 quarts average
1 Co., were t secured and taken to said change was recommended by commissioner about 7 years ago, and Duett-Mrs. Jones and Miss Peek. '
far heard from has been in excess : W. T. Weeks, Clerk.
.; ,the scene of the, trouble about 11:30 commissioner and upon motion and comes before the people this time Vocal Solo-Miss Susie Darby. .....
pjnH but for some reason I the dogs of $6.00 per crate net. growers second permission granted to make The following resolution was introduced upon the platform of economical Chorus-"White Butterfly",. by the '
have for a number of realized Commissioner C. A. '
could not pick up' the trail _of the that their best net results years were: lost said change by the petitioners, theyto by management of county business and a Club. '

; miscreant and the search was aban- place said road in good travling Roberts: lower tax millage. Instrumental Solo-Miss Cassie While :
of 'when of their
doned. The negro is still at large: sight they disposed iondition without to the Whereas Paupers of this county Chelsey Fogg announces himself a ,I Quartette-Misses Peek, Darby, Bees -
fruit at the depot, and the fact re- any expense have become
Mrs. tBrpoks was prostrated 'for county. suck ,a burden upon the a candidate for member of board of sent and,Mrs. Turner.

,.. some time by her harrowing experience mains as a guide for those who pre- Petition signed by J. L Gufford and, taxpayers, and the expense of main- : public instruction for District No. 3, Reading-Mrs. Ralph Harbour. '
fer to follow the old worn-out method.If .
taining them from month to month is '
., but no ill effects are expected. others, which reads as follows: We, and N. H. Stokes for member of Vocal Solo-Mrs. JBherrod. (--
there is a large enough marginover
.. .in her case. the undersigned citizens, respectfullyask monthly increasing, and it appear- school board for District No. 2. Reading-Miss Fripp. -
depot prices to pay the expressof ing to this Board that it would be '
The funeral services of Mrs. Wil- your honorable body to an Instrumental Solo-Mrs. J. F, Canova.
the brokers and speculators, and pass
liams were held at her late home order allowing the crossing of public advisable and a great saving of FROST DID LITTLE HURT. Mrs. Knight served delicious coffee

Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, give them profit, it must naturally road, on G. S. & F. R. R., south of money, for< this Board" to purchase and The temperature began to drop here and whipped creams chicken salad '
the that he is not
Rev. L. W. Kickliter officiating, and dawn upon grower Theressa nostoffice to. be made' some' I maintain a farm to be, known as a Sunday and on Monday morning the olives and cake. Mrs. A. S. Crews,
for his hard earned work all ---- ----
the' body was shipped to Sanderson; receiving 250 yards sqoth of where it now "Poor Farm" where all of the said i murcury was at the freezing point ancj Miss Louise Peek assisted the
that he should. Here the old slogan I
Baker county, for burial. The choirof fall crosses said G. S. & F. R. R., also allow paupers may have a home and be and ice formed on still water in many hostess in serving this dainty repast.
again makes good, "Divided you maintained therefore be it
music remained cold and ice The invited
the Baptist church furnished petitioners to straighten bend of places. It guests were Mesdames

l Mrs. Williams is survived by her It's to the interest of the... rowers yards south of Theressa, said changes purchase a farm and all other neces- damage to growing vegetables is re- bell, J.-E. Futch, U.. G. Turner, J. F.

a husband, two children and. a number that they unite. will be made by petitioners without sary things for the furnishing and ported from many quarters. Much Canova, A. Z. Adkins, J. E. Wilson,
It's to the .interest of the brokers maintaining of said farm to be knownas
of other near relatives who mourn any expense to" the county. The concern was felt Monday on accountof E. A.. Sherrod, J. M. Alvarez, F, IL ?15

her unexpected death.CUTTING that you fall -x Board, upon motion and second, granted the "Bradford County Poor Farm," strawberries, and the damage to Long, J. T. Quigley, A.- S. Craws, '
interest do to
Which prefer
you said farm and all other necessary
permission to the petitioners to them was variously estimated :from Ralph Barbour and Misses Mamie .

AFFRAY. protect! make ,said changes. things for the maintaining of same, 25 per cent. to 75 per cent., but it Marvick, Susie Darby,' Ottie Gray, _;

; Jay S. Brown. Petition presented to the Board ask- to be the property of Bradford county; has been ascertained since that _the Amelia Ray, Cassie White, Emma "

t J. W.Williams Stabbed WUliam'Burns GRAND AND PETIT JURORS.The ing that the Board make an appropriation and that as soon' as said farm is fruit and Abloom of the strawberries Darby, Louise Bessant, Louis Peek,

With Pocket Knife. following named 36 persons to assist Mrs. Sally Starling. purchased and arranged so said paup- suffered very little from the freeze. Estelle Tyson, Dorothy Morrish, Maw

h Early Thursday-morning W. Williams have been chosen as/grand and petit Petition referred to Commissioner ers can live on same; that all of the -- Warren, Maoma Hill and May Fripp. : r.
paupers of said county, be placed on STABBED ON TRAIN. '
and William'Burns, who 'are jurors at the special term of the Besant to investigate and report at ,
said farm maintained
$ .,both employees 0.( Hull's DepartmentStore circuit court beginning'March 23: the next meeting of the Board. 'I and by, said Mallory Jones, formerly of Starke, HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY
= became involved in an argu- J. W. Jones, G. W.,Crawford, J. V. 'The name of Mrs. Sally Stokes was county, and that all paupers who re-I now a resident of Arcadia, is reported The twenty-seventh annual meet- -
fuse live said
to farm be
the firm's placed the Roll and on denied. to have been stabbed by a newsboyon Ing of the Florida State Horticultural
'ment about the feeding of Edwards, J. C. Jones, R. J. Andrews, upon Pauper from said

i'l ules. :Theirtalk soon became heat- Wm. F. Edwards, W. E. Norman, C. ordered by the Board that she be help county. a Seaboard train between Starke Society will take 'place at Palatka,

terms : Bills were paid as follows: and Jacksonville Sunday afternoon.Mr. lasting through Wednesday,,, Thurs-
1. ed. and,more or less approbrious B. Roberts, Samuel Dukes, W.. U. paid $3.00 pet month.

', were hurled forth and back until they Hammonds, Marion Carter, Fred Silas Kite appointed inspector of General Fund. Jones stopped in Starke Sunday Fla.;beginning(fTuesday, May 5th, and .;
H. & W. B. Drew Co. blanks for while his from : day and the forenoon of '
who is no marks and brands of animals morning on way Friday. The
.'came to blows. Williams Scott, Paul E. Canova, H. H. Williams, I '
"' Co. Judge, $1.06; H. &. W. B. Drew Arcadia to Jacksonville. He boardedthe members of the Program Committee
'natch physically .for Burns, finally James Nesmith, S., G.;Pearce, H .D. slaughtered for market in the 6th !
; Co., blanks office Co. Judge and afternoon train for Jacksonville. are now hard at work, and '
knife Election District of said they ex
"resorted, to the use of his pocket May, Fred Cloversettle, U. D. Miner, county. ,
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sheriff, $6.21 I. N. Van Voorhees he reached the latter city he pect to have something- interesting
'-'inflicted( two ugly wounds upon N. B. Hull, Brady Brown, Chas. M. Petition presented, signed by: C. ,

:r Barns,'one being a cut seven inches I Smith W. B. Crawford, W. T. Reaves, B. Griffis and others, which reads as supplies clerk's office, $12.60; Brad- is said to have engaged in an alterca- and are trying to get some speakers -

behind follows We the citizens ford County Telegraph, pub. reports, tion with the newsboy on the train on horticultural topics.
11 lone that started in the scalp C. H. Register, F. P. Schaffer, Allen : undersigned ,
etc, $5.00; B. M. Dowling, com. on and the the newsboy stabbed him The Entertainment Committee: t>f
the left ear and ran under the ear Williams, J. W.: Morgan, T. S. Lang; ask said board to grant permissionto 0
collection 1913, $50.00; W. H. Miner, with a pocket knife, inflicting a Palatka is preparing for all of ;the
_and along the line of the jaw nearly ford, C. Sullivan, Preston Kerce, W. make a change in the Starke and e
2 boxes pin points, $2.00 Fred Sas- wound that necessitated a trip to the entertainment that the members '
stab follows Starting ; Lan
irto_the dun. The other was a H. Douglass, ; J. F. Brannen, 'John Palatka public-road as : '

:t1lnder the left' shoulder blade that Forsyth, J. D., Baxter, J. R. Dowling. at the N. E. corner of S.' A. ser, 1 cord wood, $5.00; Fdote & hospital, where he is now confined. indulge in .and not conflict with the '.

l the left lung and will not Carter's place. thence' rnnning North. Davies Co., supplies clerk's office, regular meeting. }
Impenetrated ----- ----- ----
J prove serious unless blood poisoning NEW MILLINERY STORE. one-half mile; thence West one and $6.41; G. B. Colson, dist. reg. officer I NOTICE. Don't forget the date cf the meet-

f!;* etops. \ Misses Tilden Hendricks, of Plant one-half miles, thence North one and No. 5, $16.30; J. H. Mattox, dist reg.,, Notice is hereby given that "the ing, May 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th.

r'i<4( Burns was removed to his home and City, and Charlsey'Payne, of Wauchu- one-half miles intersecting with the officer No. 3, $6.70; E. C. Croft, supvr. Registration Books will be open at the Don't forget to send in your meM-

'L tended by Dr. A. H. Freeman; who lai; will soon open a mflinery store in Starke and Green Cove Springs public reg. express on books, $2.00; C. A.'' Court House in Starke, Florida, for bership dues of $1.00 to Secretary

dressed his wounds. the rear of the store room occupied road. Upon motion and second that Futch, dist. reg. officer No. 6, $34.20; the purpose of _registering for the Okle C. Painter, Box 187, Jacksonville -

4 Williams was placed under arrest by Mr. A. A.,Wainright, corner Call said changes in, public road be granted A. Z. Adkins, 1 .month county atty., Primary:, Election' to be held on June Fla. You will receive full .information i 1

( :.''await-developments in the easel i and'Walnut streets. Their stock of the petitioners to place said road $10.00; E. C. Croft, 1 month supvr. 6,1914, from the 15th day of March. with regard to the program,

...\t., F. L. Williams 1 month until the 15th day of April rates, etc. later.
l, ..;r h millinery will be complete and new in good traveling condition without reg., $10.40; :.
J. E. C Croft;
Telegraph, $1.50 a,year.IL and up-to-date. Watch for announce- any,expense to the county. :!,
: mho 6-4t Supervisor Registration Telegraph 1.50 per'yeir. .
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Two Horse Disc

Harrows. of This Marvelous Twofold A ENE Al TONIC TAKEGROVElt

Pumping Machine.

Planting Plows, Combination Cotton and Corn Planters and. The Old Stmdard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is Equally' ,f

Fertilizer Distributors. Complete Line Plow Shapes. Low Prices.. HAS A LANGUAGE OF ITS OWN. : Valuable 3S a General Tonic because it Acts on the Liver, ;.

Drives Out Malaria Enriches the Blood and Builds
t up' J
Hardware DeWitt C;:-.Jones. Lumber the Whole System. For Grown People and Children. ...
In Tones That Cannot Be Misunder- *
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stood it Tells Whether It Is Strong .

t __l' Weak__ __ _and__ _if_ Ailing _Notes_ _n_ the,__ You know what you are taking when you take Grove'. Tasteless ,chill Tonie
as the formula is printed on every label showing that it contains the well known
Place and Cause of Its Troubles.
tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It is as strong as the strongest bitter .-
AGRICULTURAL SCHOLARSHIPS I of what has been done in other states I' When the doctor puts his ear to your tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for Malaria, Chills and Fever,

TIME FOR PUBLICIMPROVEMENTS Re-com-I I for young prize winners. In the three cheat or applies the stethoscope( which Weakness, general debity; and loss of appetite. Gives life and vigor to Nursing "'

,I Department of Agriculture states (Arkansas, Tennessee, Missis only conducts the sounds more clearly Mothers and Pale; Sickly Children. Removes Biliousness without purging ;.
mends Them as Prizes. sippiwhich are annually representedat what does he hear? The sound of Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the liier to action and .'

the Memphis Tri-State Fair, it was the normal heart is like the pronunciation purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer. A Complete Strengthener.' .i

Washington, D. C., March 3.-The decided to send certain boy prize winners of the syllables "lub-dup" close to No family should be without it. Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean it. sac.j

Department of Agriculture recommends to the fair as a reward for their each other. These syllables are beard .------- J
GOOD TIME TO SELL BONDS that in place of a trip to Wash- excellence.A in quick succession and then comesa
pause-the diastole or resting periodof
I ington the young prizewinners of the trip to a fair is a more or less the great force pump. The sound"lub"

Money and Labor More Avail Corn, Canning and Poultry, and other spectacular event as is the Washington is that of the blood flowingout !

able at this Season of trip, but it gives the young farmers under muscular pressure, and tbe"dup" --!
agricultural clubs be given a year'scourse
the Year. certain concrete agricultural ex- Is the closing of the aortic
in practical training at some perience, which they do not receive valves. If this sound "dup" is not ,
Record agricultural college. In case the beard It shows that the aortic valvesare
Says the Manufacturers' : from excursions to the sights of Wash

The recent strong improvement in the young champion's academic training ington. At the fair in question the destroyed or not working.The .
would not enable him to enter the latest explanation of th9 first
young men were housed on the fairgrounds
market for municipal securities shouldbe agricultural college of his state, a sound "lub." Is that it is caused by
in tents, two to four in each .
taken advantage of promptly by more elementary course in a school I the muscular contraction of the heart
tent all in charge of J
men employed by
Southern communities which are con- where agriculture is taught or a the State or Government to look after and the (the'best11.impulse. of The the first heart sound against is A fire-proof Safe in your home is not .

templating the issuing of bonds for course in an agricultural high school, their interests. beard more clearly over the apex of a .

public work. A vast amount of are recommended.The considers that such The young men had a regular program the heart the point of the chest near necessarily burglar-proof-and a safe "

t Department which kept them busy most of est to the ventricle. The second soundis
and S
county, city municipal improvements -
courses have considerable more last- the week of their One best heard over the aortic valves.
I of every kind is needed in the ing value for prize-winners and for expert took the ybung stay. men to day view an which lie beneath the left side of the that is both fire and burglar-proof is a

t South for which bonds must be issued. the agriculture of their sections than the improved farm chest just by the third rib.
-i'. a At the present time there is flying trips to the Capital The state display. The boys were shown the If you close a door with great force very expensive and cumbersome, thing E
which have the slam is very loud and If the ten-
I i a better market for such ,securities, and local organizations machinery, and its uses were explained sion In the aorta is very high the i i 1ft

and coincident with this ability to get been paying interested for these in trips developing have been a the boys the exhibits of seeds and sound "dup" Is louder than usuaL It is also an invitation to thieves that you have valuables -J1

sincerely ed te boys the exhibits of seeds and This is most important to tbe physician -
money there is a surplus of labor true appreciation of farming as a gave them practical advice on seed for he then knows that there is in your house that are worth trying for. :; ,,f

available, and manufacturers of ma- business among the boy and girl farm- selection. The boys were taken in high arterial tension, due to what Is Put that which you can't replace in one of our Safe '

; l chinery and equipment are in a posi- ers. Some of these have already con- the same manner to'view the beef termed an aneurism. -ill
sidered this question and have decidedon + It the sound "lub" is weaker than Deposit Boxes. Our steel vaults will protect you from .1
tion to fill orders to better advantagethan cattle and other live stock. They
the agricultural course as the more I normal It would indicate a weakness fire and Yale Locks
to not only keep but
were taught out burglars J
pass judgment on the give
would be possible if all business of the heart muscle and this is the case
desirable prize. good qualities of the animals. They In fevers. In typhoid fever, for instance you absolute privacy.
interests were active. The condition, One of the first persons to raise the ; .
were schooled in the method of judg- when this first sound Is very
therefore, is exceptionally favorablefor question as to whether the practical ing the. best pigs. Informal lectureswere weak we know that the heart is so E 1 4

the prosecution of, public work. training or the more spectacular trip given at the camp on these vari- weak as to make the case alarming.
was Willie P. Brown, A heart is said to have "murmur"
was preferable Bank
ous subjects. The of Stairke
Throughout all parts of the South young men t
\ when the and
an Arkansas cornclub prize back much valuable knowledge with sharp "dup" disappears
and Southwest roads.tare to be built, his choice of all the prizes offer- the listening physician hears a softened
them besides
time. I
1 I' having a good "
new streets made and old streets improved ed by the State, including- the tripto noise called a "murmur. If you try .
to say "dup" with your lips open the .
!" sewerage systems and waterworks Washington, he selected a scholar- HEAT AND COLD. sound uttered will be like that the doctor

j are to be constructed or, enlarged ship giving him a year's- .tuition In.an hears in the diseased heart whose y4 t AO siv b!>+-. 44I

and public buildings erected. agricultural school. This gave impetus What We Don't Know About Temperature valves do not close properly. The '
to the idea in Arkansas and Would Fill a Big Book. sound produced Is something like -'
While it is desirable, and often important now the biggest annual prize offered The highest honors of the scientific "duff" and If the mitral valve does not 1

that public buildings shouldbe work well the first syllable is softened 4
the corn club boys is a scholarship world await exploration in the unknown -
i ornate, and in keeping with the given by the Bankers Association. The fields of temperature. Strangeas Into "luff." It both valves work poor" .: f alt.lj .
ly the sound Is lutf-duJr-luff-duff.
I association gives a similar it may seem, we really know very
life of the community, it is especially same little about but if both valves are very much out :
scholarship to the girl champion of temperature. Between the of order tbe sound is like that of U
important that they should be absolutely temperature of the surface of the sun. j 4. c-c gI
the canning clubs. bellows "obo-oho.
.. fireproof. Every courthouse estimated at G.OOO degrees C., and absolute ": '
Other suggestions regarding prizes zero estimated at minus 273 Most persons speak of the heart at x
ojl and every city hall ought to be so have been made from time to time degrees CL very little has ever been if it were a single organ. but actually :

4i' well constructed as to make thor- by those who have been most interested discovered. The field of research has it right Is two and hearts the left joined heart.together The right the .( I I' 1 rl A t

oughly safe public records of all kinds. I in these,clubs and understand the been practically restricted to 723; degrees 1 at .
sends the blood through the lungs so '
.;' "' These things are important. But the needs of the boy and girl farmers. or between the temperature of that it may be aerated, or acted upon .r.ry t.r

I '; construction of the most modern sewerage I Some of these suggestions are offered liquid air (minus 200 degrees) and the by the oxygen in the inhaled air while ; :

:'\. 'I systems, and of water-works to herewith for the consideration of first visible red of heated iron (plus the left heart sends the blood through : I,0
I 525 degrees). We know that at a tem- the body In order to nourish the tis--
';- guarantee an ample supply of pure others who might care to profit by perature of 1.000 degrees C. twenty-
-..ater, and the building of good roads them. ,
nine metals become liquid at 1,069 Both of these hearts receive the i : ....
'' ,
with all expenses 1411i1lj 1 -
and the paving of streets and alleys While a year's course degrees gold fuses tungsten melts at blood from the large veins Into the '

r 'are even more important These all paid is the suggestion of the 3.000 degrees, the temperature of the auricles which by contracting. send ;-

if take hold of the essential things-the Department for the biggest prize for electric arc is 3,720 degrees, and here the blood on Into the ventricles and unless
health of the community. There is State winners, less extensive courses begins the'great unknown in the worldof when these powerful muscles contractthe is of little use

: no greater economic wastefulnessthan might be offered to county winners.It heat. right ventricle pumps the blood '"
that which by reason of false has been suggested that such The hottest thing on earth is the Into the pulmonary artery on the way have his
electric furnace with a temperature of to the lungs and from the .left ven- you prescription .
y economy prevents municipalities from counties as care to give prizes, give
nearly 3,730 degrees. In this Intense tricle Into the aorta which distributes
providing pure water, the most sanitary one or more short courses in the State : compounded by an experienced f {
heat even the diamond can be melted the blood all over the body so that 1
sewerage system and well-paved agricultural ;and mechanical collegesto and boiled like water. But this is barely after having nourished the nerves and '

streets and alleys, which make pos- the fortunate county champions. halfway to the temperature of the muscles It returns through the veinsto and fully, qualified druggist.
sible city cleanliness. Every illness These courses are usually only two surface of the sun. and it is thought the heart there to be pumped Into :

,and every death brought about by failure weeks long and are held in winter that research In these higher tempera the lungs for purification by the oxygen ., Bring them here where we specialize
L to do these things is an economic or in summer. The training given is tures will ultimately result In the before again passing through the' in carefulness not only in compound

loss due to the blundering of incom- of the most practical sort, and theamn11"t greatest What these discoveries discoveries of the age. be no I sytsem.The difference in the sounds of the ', ing but in our s.Iect on of the drugswe
; officials and this without considering n{ time it r\n '9.UVPnf may "
pentent spent .. ..
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V one can foresee any more than any ngpt and left ventricles is traced to use. Ask your doctor,, about itMitchell's
the sorrow and suffering : the amount of benefit to be obtained. one could have foretold the results of the difference In resistance of the aorta ,.

[ :.i brought by the illness and the deaths These short courses have already been the discovery of radium.-New York and the pulmonary artery. The pulmonary -

r which better sanitary conditions would given as prizes by certain counties, World. artery resists with only one- : ifH

4 have prevented. The men in any com- and have proven most valuable to the third the strength of the aorta so the Drug Store

; munity who,from a narrow and miserly young people. Which Foot Walks Faster? pumping force required is less and the 1
noise of the closing gates is that much
If will take a pavement that is
pointof view, delay the improve- Large cash prizes are not to be you less.
.. \ of this kind which essential clear so that there will be no interference 6
ments are encouraged according to those who It Is true, then that when the physician STARKE, FLORIDA
and walk in the
briskly center -
:- to the health of a community as well have worked with the young contest- ( listens to the beating of a pa- .'
you will find that before you have
.as to its progress, are responsible ants. Better suggestions are as follows gone fifty yards you have veered very I tient's heart through his stethoscope . . .. .
i t for sickness which other action on : much to one side. You must not make the heart'speaks to him in unmistak- --

their part might have prevented. A of able language. When it plainly says"Inbdup"
I i pair registered pigs.A any effort of course to keep in the.

.. Every growing town and city in pair of full blooded chickens.A center but if you will think of something !! with this important he knows organ that, and all he is well pats LESS DYSPEPSIA NOW I I Life. and Death. .- .
> the South needs to improve and and endeavor to walk naturallyyou
keep fine colt. the patient on the shoulder saying. An English minister, who guarded
on improving every day and every A registered calf. cannot keep a direct line. The explanation "Nothing serious: you'll be all right in -HERE'S THE REASONThe his morning study hour very carefully
its provisions for sanita- of this lies in the propensity two. told the new maid that under circumstaccos
',. year An up-to-date corn planter. a day or When however the fact that there is less and no
; i tion and health. These include all A two-horse wagon.A of one foot to walk faster than the heart says "lub-duff" he knows that indigestion in this Community dyspepsia than there were callers to be admit1' _
oth<>r, or one leg takes a longer stride the aortic valve is ted-except of he added, to 5
such things as water-works, sewerage gold watch. working prop used to be is largely, we believe, due to the course
and than the other causing one to walk erly and takes the proper steps to correct extensive use of RexaU Dyspepsia Tablets, case of life and death :1
systems well-paved streets.
.', Books on agriculture.A to one side. You can try an experi- I I it When the heart says "luff-dup" hundreds of packages of which we have Half tin hour later the maid knocked :-K;
field is almost
limitless. No wiser investment double-barreled shot gun. ment in this way by placing two sticks he Is sure that the mitral valves are sold. No'wonder we have faith in them. at his door.' "A gentleman to see?
t' can be made by people than A first-class bicycle.A about eIht feet apart then stand off out of order, and he tries to reach : No wonder we are willing to offer them to you. sir' ftWhy

the money spent, when it is honestly ton of good fertilizer.A about sixty feet, blindfold yourself| them. you for trial entirely at our risk. i thought I told yon"M

C expended, for public works of this $5 hat. and endeavor to walk between them. When the heart says "lutr- urr be 'I sin Among and Bismuth other ,things two of, they the greatest contain digestive Pep "Yes. I told lm." she replied "brit'

j, kind. These improvements mean A fireless cooker (For girl winners) You will find it almost Impossible. I draws a solemn .face for both valves,. aids known to medical science. They he saY3''It's a question of life and'.
material are out of order and when it says"ohooho" soothe the inflamed death." ;g
progress, they mean better in general it is better to otter many I stomach, allay pain, ,
conditions of living, better environment small Exclusive to the Last. he digs down into his bag check heartburn and distress,help to digest So he went downstairs and found sa :
t. prizes than a few large ones. An instance of exclusiveness main- and goes to work at once for all is rad- the food, and tend to quickly restore,the Insurance agent-New York Globe. J(
for young and old, and better If twenty boys try for a prize and blued under difficulties Is reported ically wrong.-Detroit News-Tribune. stomach to its natural, comfortable,

health and longer lives for the people. only one is fortunate, some of the from the tadies' cabin of an Atlantic healthy state. ,and #

? It is especially important, therefore, nineteen unsuccessful contestants will liner. All were sick except one lady Had Her Scared. There is no red tape about our guaran The wife Grote of tbe historian His Wife.Grote OOSt4-4J]
tee. It means just what it Well
r that the authorities of every com- probably be too discouraged to try I anti a cat. which wandered uneasily "What's the old lady worried about you no questions. Your word says.is enough ask for have bin an extraordinary woma.|

I munity.in the South should study the again. But if five of the boys are re- about The lady ventured to stroke "Somebody told here there was a us. If Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets don't re- She rode'witbont a saddle, she wan.nd,..
frt situation in the light of present conditions warded for their efforts, more merit j I the eat remarking. Tour i>u
I : when money for such work is will have received recognition and the I cat was inclined to respond and elevated "I see, and apply the tax at its your digestion easy and comfortable,'we man. aid she was plucky enough t*
!f- becoming more abundant and when the remaining fifteen will its tall in token of good will when source. -Kansas City Journal. want you to come back for your money. marry tier lover without permls8l! |,
see more pos-I from They are sold only at the 7,000 Rexall
a neighboring berth came In and return home without saying *
labor available for it is in great sible Stores and in this }
of the
sup- opportunities success cbokinz tone the words. "Excuse me, town only by us. Three
Stockings word describer
about It Smith
Moreover the sizes 25c 50c and$1.00. Sydney )
ply. very doing of these'things ,
lowing year. that Is a pir'teatr' It was in the eleventh century that this ladj and her lord In bis blpPf{
and the employment of laborin Some o' the boards of trade and stockings first came Into nse. Before Mitchell's Drug Store, Starke, Fla fashion. "1 do tike them both so mtab f

works of this kind would stimulate I chambers of commerce have also A .'- and Ouida. I that time it was customary to swathe for be 13(;ladylike and she te agentlemyji. pe'

all business interests and largely help recognized the efforts of the clubs, Osuar Wililtwe asked Ouida what t tile feet with bandages. A Pertinent Question. ." '=_ '

in bringing about that general by giving banquets for the young she herself mxldered the chief feature There are great men who cannot _..._._

prosperity for which all are looking people and entertaining them with in her v-crk which won su'ess.1 I The Ideal spell and small people who object to it I

_' and hoping. This is the South's day street car and automobile rides. On "I Am the rph! !living English; | Hen-Landsa Marl. take that "Spell 'cat." said the teacher to the Abrasion of Coins. ,
she !
replied.ho knows bow two By mere waste caused by colas
: of for benzine ran from the Ore! MarlarWhat's boy at the tail end of the class.
f opportunity work of this kind. other occasions clubs have been honored dukes talk V'Mthev are by themselves away bing one'against another the dv*

If the authorities of Southern com- by an invitation to march in parades =-' It ni'rht! 'l\"ith truth l'e said of the matter Hen? Gettin' "K-a-t"" replied the boy. vorld. It Is said loses one and .one

+ munities are not alive to the situation, where they lave attracted deserved Wi.de; that N v s the only living English snperstltiooai-J udge. I: "Silly. replied" the teacher. "Can't quarter tons of gold and e1ghtT
the people whose interests are at stake attention. writer vr knew bow two duchesses -- you spell" cut? tons of silver annually. '

.. ought to see that they are awakened From Memphis Tennessee talk \i'"ti they are bv them- The greatest loss of time Is to count. "Well. replied the. sensible boy. "if
comes a.? "what j
MIneq.-Froth --IjiliaH' Henderson's"Enmpesu the hours. does k-a-t spell? -Philadelphia The J
*;ri promptly. interesting story which is a sample Ledger. mould of a man's fortune
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1f" ..." ...t .. ".. tMHM+ ttention of yOiB1&
near neighbors, who remembered and was allowed to go out and play 1 t

3..1 when the mother returned with some other girls yesterday, not +i CHIEFf I i

f; LIVE STATE NEWSThings about four o'clock that they had heard 'dreaming that her mother, who is THEM A-LL ": J i :

: the shot fired at one o'clock. The divorced from the child's father, was
victim then in bed had '
apparently "111
the lookout for such
on just an op- Ve '.
That Are Happening In Florida as Told bj rolled about the 'floor, as. shown by portunity to carry off her daughter.The I r vt
the blood until finally lifted into the
4\ Our Exchanges. bed by the boy. Dr. Brown was sent couple have been separated fora I

."", _ _ __AA .A .. _ _ _ for and attended to the sufferer. couple of years and by the decreeof -

F the court, the father was given the
The high cost of living has received
}V "Uncle Nat" Cook yesterday killed sonal visit to the ground. No time
custody of the daughter. The mother
pretty good thumping in Tampa,
the Perdido river
:* two buck deer out in was found to start the investigation "hrough the agitation and boycott of has made mention of the fact that she .STRAIGf1T
The was composed of
; party
gection. and today, because of the press of workin the Latin element of the population, would obtain possession of the childat 100 PfcOOP-
Cook. Dr. C. W:
lr. the city, partly in connection with who for some weeks ago instituted a any cost, but no one knew that she KENTUCKY WHISKEY > '
i"J., H. Helton and they got the game ofV the arrest of two alleged wiretappers.Since boycott against all shops which had was in this vicinity until yesterday 1 -
A number ]
.' in the morning.
early Arthur Brooks, one of Sheriff raised the price of meats. Today the when the kidnapping occurred. She

the friends of enjoying these gentlemen venison are for Spencer's office deputies, is sick the Latin butchers announced that they is a daughter of Dr. William Elliott "Made in Old Kentucky"The

i in consequence Journal. force is somewhat handicaped. 'ad cut the price of beef from 20 to Griffis, a lecturer, whose home is. in I .

i. -dinner today.-Pensacola Tampa Times.In 18 cents, with two pounds for 35 centsas New York. The grandmother notified

Last week a hunting party went out an extra inducement. This for the police as soon as the report was Home Sweet Home of Good Whiskey

Big Cypress, about thirteen exactly 18 days after it was "first-class" cuts. Second class comes brought to her, but they were unableto I sF
beyond starter, the Lee County Packing com- The pride of the oldest in the Blue Grass : i1'
miles from town, and brought back cheaper-at 13 cents, or two poundsfor get any idea as to where the mysterious distillery

:four fine big bucks and one cat In pany expects to have its temporary 25 cents. There was no fight on automobile went after the State whose reputation for quality is known the world over. 1 [,

the party were Riley McCullough, packing buiding house ready for operation. The the American butchers, who continue little girl was picked up. The sup Bottled in our own warehouse under strict supervision :?

Giddeon, and Hub and Dick Bailey. 5th six days after was the begun disastrous February fire '> charge sky prices for choice steaks position is that the party made a enables us to tell the world that Indian Bill is whiskey ,(4

.: 'C. A. Johnson tried for a big gobbler, which consumed the old building, and and roasts. In fact the Latins do not quick trip to Sanford, where they worth while. i
the of telling meat with bones in it la American caught a train. The grandmother is
but got only pleasure buy -a
the You
of company is preparing to start to greatly grieved over the affair and will say so too, if you try it. Our guarantee
it. They reported plenty style. They have to have their I
'about in the locality.-Hastings Jour- packing in the new building next meat sans the bone and without fat has notified the father of the little protects you. Quick delivery our hobby. ,
; game Monday morning, February 23rd. Ow of the
girl kidnapping.
nal. to Indeed, the published list of prices EXPRESS PREPAID'
ing the emergency existing, work _

'A heard of over 3,000 head of cattle has been rushed on the temporary meat given without out by bones the Latin and butchers trimmed ,to of BATHROOM SHOCKS.Keep 4 Full Quarts, $3.00 6 Full Quarts, $4.JO. '

and representing many thousand dol- building to the very limit. Up to 12 Full Quarts, $9.00 1 Gal. Glass Jug $3.30 '
the the lean is going to cause a stampedeof ;
lars was sold last week by the Drawdy present time both day and night Away From Electric Fixtures i
American trade in their direction.A
shifts LIST
family to Rull Bass. The cattle are have been employed, with such While Yojr Skin Is Wet. i

now grazing in Osceola, Brevard and good results that night work will now tri-weekly freight boat service A man is In much greater danger ,

St. Lucie counties. They will be keptor. Le discontinued, and the work will be between Fernandina and Jacksonvillehas from electric shock when taking a bath Chas. Blum Company I i

the ranges by Mr. Bass and fattened completed within ordinary working been ann unced. The new enter- than under ordinary conditions as the
surface of the whei 4joist offers Established when your Grandfather was a ,
for the northern markets. This is hours.-Fort Myers Press.W. prise will benefit the two cities ino'e body Boy'I I
much less resistance to the current
one of the largest cattle deals made A. Henry ex-dean of the Wisconsin n than one way. There has always ,,than when dry. Persons have been Warehouse.No..

recently, and as such shows what big Agricultural college at Madi- existed a very friendly feeling between killed while bathing by current that JACKSONVILLE, :: FLORIDA 1

things this county is capable of.-Kh- son, Wisconsin, and author of numerous Fernandina and Jacksonville, would scarcely have affected them out-
simmee Journal. znd nothing will serve to so closely side the bath says Cosmos of Paris. -- .
on agricultures arrived in
; 1t
weld the ties o fthat friendship than Balthazard told at the Society of
The farmers and business men of Lauderdale Friday and is viewing better facilities Legal Medicine of the case of a lady !
transportation con- t
Hastings have united in a movementto the agricultural possibilities of killed by electric shock in her bath-
necting more closely, the two cities.
establish a big A canning the Everglades. Bright and early room at the moment when she was ..
boat service will enable local
new pressing the button of electric bell
Saturday morning the distinguished an
factory with capacity sufficient to sup- visitor embarked for Lake Okeechobee wholesalers to ship cheaply to Fer between the poles of which there wasa Favorite Fertili
local demand do
ply the would more where he nandina, and will also permit shippers difference of potential of not more
spend a few days investigating
to promote the prosperity and develop- from that point to use water trans than 110 volts. F FARE
that than all other in the heart of the Ever- In
of section
ment portation to Jacksonville at low cost. ordinary circumstances owing to
agencies combined. In our opinion, glades district. Mr. Henry institutedand The service will be operated throughthe the great resistance of the human body, .
established the agricultural colege such a small electromotive force i\
the greatest need of Florida today is
which is
inland route being "
of which he has been the head now sents no great danger, but when the -;
... a cannery in every agricultural and
and under his supervision it has attained improved and brought into greater circuit contains as in the case reported ;
horticultural So here'shoping ,
usefulness. When the work on the a large surface of moist skin the resistance BEST "
other sections will follow the an enviable position in the I l ,
craft of fails and than 100 mllll-
educational waterway is completed, greater more J _
field having enrolled
; laudable example of progressive Has- scholars draught will be enabled to make amperes may pass through the organIsm FOR i _
from various ,
tings.-Palatka TimesHerald.It parts of America the trip. The tri-weekly boat schedule, sufficient at this tension to produce I "
and continental Europe.The death b tetanlzation of the '
> respiratory -
is the present plan ,of a numberof which is just about to be inaugurated, muscles. ALL CROPS l'I I', I

Herald gives prizes will with the improvement of the ( .; j
the leading business men of Brooks- every year Currents of even forty-six volts are
ville to organize a trust company for the big cabbages raised in the route, doubtless become a daily ser dangerous In a bathroom. It should be Write for Catalogue .

there, the principal office of the com- celery delta and this year will be no vice.-Florida Metropolis. remembered that currents of feeble In '. j

to be located in Brooksville. It exception to the rule. To the farmer tensity can produce a sudden rise of _
pany Additional information comes anent arterial tension capable of causing sud
bringing in the biggest head of cab- ?
is their intention to start with a capi- the big land sale to the Ohio capitalists den death In a person with a weak 9."
tal stock of $50,000 with the right to bage to The Herald office, we will givea' in col heart.

increase to'$100,000 later oru The year's subscription to The Herald umns.previously The tract reported contains your 400,000 High tensions, enabling currents of INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER CO. L
free. (The campaign has opened and tour five have
to to
primary object of this company will acres and lies along the Atlantic amperes pass I
be to use its funds in such way as yesterday R. H. Muirhead, the winnerof Coast Line between Fort Ogden and quite a different effect They do not

trill help to build that immediate last year's prize, came in with ahead generally cause death because the JACKSONVILLE, FLA.WE .
Nocatee and known as the Thomas
that modifications of the tissue produced at
weighs 12 3-4
section, the initial move being to assist the who pounds, and tract. Mr. C. L. Minshall has associated the point of contact at once oppose a SELL SEED POTATOES ,
man beats him will have to
those who want to build homes with him in the purchase, his considerable resistance to the passageof

by furnishing them with the necess- go some. The Herald offers these son, R. M. Minshall, and G. T. Bell, the current The Intensity within '

sary funds, this to Jbe repaid in small prizes to stimulate the Sanford grow. who will aid in putting the property the organism Is not sufficient to cause l' I'i
era to raise other crops beside lettuce tetanlzation of the respiratory muscles -
monthly sums. and celery and as the spring crops into proper shape to place on the mar- and the lesions are usually purely i I
ket. The entire tract is to be divide
Mr. George A. Taylor, purchasing come on we will offer additional prizes ( local
for the East Coast Cattle Company for the ed into 20-acre tracts with modern Socquet also observed a case of
agent many crops that can be grown

was in,the city this week about and here so easily. Sanford Herald. bungalows with fifteen to acres suit planted each purchaser in citrus, electrocution much lower with than an 110 electromotiveforce volt There When You Want I IA

purchased from J R. Sandlin
% burn at the point where the
was no
: Referring. to a news item recent) fruits on each plot, with artesian wells ,
thirty-five head of beef cattle to be current entered but at the autopsy the
hipped to his company at Miami appearing in many newspapers regarding cement walks, clayed streets, shade lungs showed the characteristic lesions

These cattle will be placed on the the insurance of, $30,000 treets and flower gardens.In of asphyxia and even actual lacera- Horse A Mule I

tompan 's ranch in St. Lucie and placed( by a Californian upon his addition to the vast improvementS tion.-Translaton For the Literary Digest

Osceola counties until used for beef. avocado pear tree, the St. Augustine contemplated the company will present

Record says: "this affords rather each purchaser with a $10,000.00life (. i
They now have something over ten
thousand cattle on this ranch at amusing reading to a Florida growerof insurance policy paid up for five REFORMED SPELLING.Dean A Buggy A Wagon

avocadoes. The big insurance company year. This is a unique feature and .
present This car makes the sixth car Swift Railed Against It In the f i
would go into bankruptcy if it will protect the family of each holding f
live stock this company has had Eighteenth Century.In .
was compelled to insure all avocado until the farm can be brought intoa
shipped from Jasper this season. One the eighteenth century we find !
trees in this state. But in Californiathe self-sustaining state of cultivation. Swift of ASetofilarness I
of the steers shipped in this 'car Jonathan whose mastery
weighed 1,050 pounds.-Jasper Bannerof alligator pear is little known but Tampa+ Tribune. prose Is one of our delights writingas

there is a different story to tell about the very first article which appeared
Liberty. this delicious product pf the sub- Although Florida is a region of over his acknowledged name "A i

:The transports Hancock and Prairie tropics that thrives so well in South comparatively slight relief, its sur- Proposal For Correcting Improvingand Come to See Us :
considerable diversity,, "
the largest of the navy, arrived in Florida. Some of the best of the face presents Ascertaining the English Tongue.

Pensacola Sunday :from Culebra, Florida variety can be bought for from ranging from a nearly level plain in He lamented that the English tongue We buy in car lots and give our customers I 4":
the debased but be attributed
the coastal region and Eevergladesto was becoming ,
bringing two regiments of marines, fifteen to twenty-five cents each during
deeply dissected upland in the the cause in part to the liberties the benefit of the lowest prices. '.::=
consisting of 1.700. officers_ and men., the avocado season and the marketis a ...--
-- ----- -- other of c
which and the poets
Dryden .
northern part of the state, where it is .
and in addition the Hancock has rapidly expanding as the demandfor the restoration bad taken In shorten ,
aboard two new biplanes and several the pear increases.TimesUnion.The trenched by steep-walled valleys, ing their syllables by omitting those i

members of the aviation corps. The to a highland in the peninsula, whereit very "e'." which oar spelling reformers -
.transports ,will remain in Pensacola citizens of> the lower part of shows many more or less rounded would eliminate I J. W. ANDREWS$ & SON '
DeSoto and the of di ;
for a :few days and then the Hancock upper part Lee depressions separated by narrow "These gentlemen. wrote Swift "al ,

will go to New 'Orleans with her counties are not going to wait for vides. Altitudes within the state range though they could not be insensiblehow a;.
the advent of the cross state rail from sea level to more than 200 feet much our language was already '
regiment for Mardi Gras, while the ;
road from Tampa to Fort Lauder- above at places on the ridge that overstocked with monosyllables yet \ ;
Prairie will proceed to Mobile for a Starke Florida
dale. They have made all arrangements forms the center of the peninsula and to save time and pains Introducedthat ,
, similar The two biplanes ,
purpose. barbarous custom of abbreviating L .
for the establishment of to about 300 feet above at the west
will be unloaded and attached to the a words to fit them to the measure of : :
transportation line to consist of auto- end of the state the northern
near that most of the book ,
aviation station in the Deep Water their verses. so '
mobiles and boats from Arcadia and of Gadsden Walton Santa ;nnuuuuffnnnu
v City.-Gainesville Sun. boundaries we see nowadays are full of those i 41if
Lake pert on Lake Okeechobee where Rosa and Escambia counties. The man llngs and abbreviations." "Dla- : ; .7-?

Paul Bourgeois,' the trainer in J. J. Hendry, the backer of the new southern part of the peninsula comprising turb'dV "rebuk'd. are among the ,

charge of the animals used in St project, is establishing a general an area about 150 miles long I words he finds especially unpleasantSwift I ,I ,.".

Augustine by the Pathe Feres Com mercantile business. Mr. Hendry hasa and over 100 miles in average width, I was further annoyed at a"foolbh i

pany, had a narrow escape from deathin large launch capable of carrying lies in general less than 50 feet abovesea opinion advanced of late

a cage at the zoo last week. Mr. forty passengers which will connect level. Narrow strips of lowland as years we that speak we which ought besides to spell the exactly obvious iI I We Deliver a Single Bag r t';: .

Bourgeois had just'entered the cage with the autos and run across the also border the Atlantic and Gulf Inconvenience of utterly destroying

of Prince, the Bengal tiger, which lake and through the canal to Fort coasts. Tallahassee, the capital of the our etymology, would be a thingwe

he had been training, and was going I Lauderdale. The new line will have state, stands about 205 feet abovesea should never see an end'of." Also

to another cage when one of the large' the advantage of novelty and may level, on a remnant of the upland be noted with Impatience In 1712. "It of cement or a barrel of lime with

'.; leopards made .* leap for him. The, turn out to be very profitable as which has been isolated by erosion Is sometimes a difficult matter to read the same creerfulness as you ordered ,v

:, brute disarmed the trainer of an iron opening a new and novel tourists' According to the list of altitudes for- modern books and pamphlets where p
curtailed and varied a big load of our building
; : bar 'which he carried and fastened his route.-Tampa Times. I nished by the Seaboard Air Line Rail- the words are so .
from their original spelling that whoever materials. Me -
>w huge teeth 19 Mr. Bourgeois' hand. I' way, Mount Pleasant is 301 feet abovr figure that if we r
4 A Macclenny dispatch : At the has been used to plain Englishwill
f" :With his free hand the trainer managed Nome of Frank Jackson, says colored yes- sea leveL This is the highest accu hardly know them by sight" How can please you in small things, we ;,!

:_ to beat off the animal and made rately determined point recorded in many of our "new" controversies were will get your bigger orders when '
terday a boy five years old, left alonein
his fro mthe The train Florida.Exchange.An waged centuries sol-Harper's: Weekly. have
1: escape cage. the house wjth a sister two years you them to give. Let's show '
er's hand was badly lacerated.
got possession of a pistol and Orlando Echoes how well
I ..' younger. dispatch says: Living Testimonial. you we can serve you iti
I' the to see wnat ne could do from Reno in real life two makers,"
: The finding of a skeleton, with I proceeded were played "No man can serve with that little order need
skull showing a bullet hole clean I with it, taking the little girl for his here last evening when Mrs. Lilliar observed' the good parson who was you now. t

I through it, near, the Pasco-Hills- target He succeeded too well in dis- McCallie-Fassett kidnapped her little(' visiting the penitentiary.

borough county line,was reported this changing the weapon while holding i it daughter, Catherine, who was playinp "1 know It," replied convict 1313.

Q morning to the office of Sheriff Will pointed directly into his sister's face, near Lake Eola park, and made a get -I'm .in here for Bigamy.w-CincLinati Quigly Lumber & Supply Company>>

,,: Spencer.-- What lies,behind the gruesome = sending the ball through her head away in an automobile accompanied F.h.tnirt'r.CIlIa .

y find whether it indicates a murder ,'rom a point just below the cheekbone by two men, one of whom was her DM Sons, Khar feMdfcs Nest On., STARKE FLORIDA "- t
on the left side, to a point below second husband. The little girl had : : '
three or
J of perhaps two or years, The worst cues no matter of bow tong sUadioc,I .- ;
_, ,longer, standing is a mystery. Sheriff nd back of the right ear. No outcrywas been spending the winter in this city Ire cured Antiseptic by the ronderlul Healing Oil.old reliable It relk.a DrPatera ,

Spencer hopes to dear up by a per- made by either child to attract with her grandmother, Mrs. McCalle, I'aiA and seals Attu ua aUas. Z5IoarwlLa I .

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County Telegraph 'fine truth about Florida is good Washington was born. : WONDERFUL WOOD. and after Sunday, January 4, + t

.. enough." The foregoing statements Shakespeare was born. Then It Practically No Limit to the 1914, trains will run as* follows: :
; '' ioqJ) and Long Distance Phone the whole truth and nothing but America was discovered. Life of Greenheart. No. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa, due .
Number 40151bliahed the truth. If the writers of real estate I Richmond was evacuated.The A most' wonderful wood Is that of at.Starke. 11:02 a.m..

advertisements and writers for newspapers Bastile was destroyed. the trop 'al tree culled greenbeart due Rev. C. *!. Britton, pastor. Sun., 'j
No. 1 Jacksonville to
i y' i I would take the statement The Mayflower pilgrims were land The tree belongs to the laurel family Tampa, day school 9:45 a. m. Morning ser. \"| .
weekly, and entered as'I and Is exported mainly from the is- at Starke, 11:14 p.m.
I quoted above for a text and stick tot ed. vice, 11 o'clock; evening service, 7 "
Mond class matter at the post-office land of Trinidad and British Guiana. No. 15, Jacksonville to Cedar Key,
of facts by Victoria '
much misapprehension Queen was 'o'clock. Vis'tors cordially invited to it
The wood is nearly Indestructiblethat
Starke Florida. so due at Starke 3:10 ;
aw their was born. p.m. worship with us. IEpiscopal.
Napoleon Bonaparte
t ___ people who are lifting up eyes r no limit to its life is known. It is (-r
and Owner toward Florida would be avoided and Julius Caesar was assassinated used chiefly in ship and dock building. No. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville, due i

FZ S. Matthews Robbins ,___Editor Associate Editor, many persons.whose coming here does The battle of Marengo was faungh.The The wood Is proof axainst the white at Starke, 2:37 p.m. Rev. E. A. Sherrod, rector. S r..1 :
'F... tot prove an auvantage to the state, battle of Waterloo was faught. ant on land and the teredo in salt water No. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville, due
Business Manager vices first SundayMn every month. >
,and world not be drawn here by the lure The battle of Bunker Hill was A United States government re- at Starke, 4:54a.m., "'r j
.,. Christian. j,5 :
port :
61914 of a pen-pictured paradise. fought. No. 14, Cedar Key to Jacksonville, ..
Stoke. Florida. Friday Greenheart has been known to standin )A
4t Boosting is necessary;;f and we believe The battle ,of New .Orleans was due Rev. John Mullady pastor. Services -
Starke 7:45
at a.m.
wharves for over thirty years, and : at 3 p. m. first and third Sunday A
in boosting but we do no fought
logs that have remained under water : Starke and Wannee Brach. of the month. JPresbyterian. :
'PDr.. Mary Walker advocates trial lieve that extravagant claims and The Declaration of Independencewas for a hundred years are in perfectly

marriages-any kind would suit picturesque lying is boosting. Florida signed.-Tampa Tribune. sound condition. No. 101 leaves Starke 5:45 a.m. : .<..

q' natural No. 104 arrives at Starke 2:30 p.m. Sunday school ,}
Mary.: possesses many Greenheart's extraordinary resist- No regular pastor.
4 she has unlimited natural resources, Men, if you want to deceive your ance to decay is probably owing to the Seaboard Limited Trains 9 and 10 atl0a.nL' .5::

We are going to refrain from say- and her agricultural possibilities are wives, tell them the truth. If they presence of an alkaloid known as bi- No. 9, Jacksonville to Tampa, du Methodist. |;

this that March came in like Florida'Tieedsmore accuse you of unfaithfulness, confess birine and also to certain resinous substances
ing; year as yet undreamed of. known The latter at Starke 12:51 p.m. Rev. B. T. Rape, pastor. Sunday i
arlion., people (of the right kind) and the whole disgraceful truth and they as tyloses. serI
reddish brown of No. 10 to Jacksonville due school at 9:45 a. nu Morning
will laugh at you and think it is a are masses living Tampa ,
more capital. This brings us to the vice at 11 o'clock evening service, 7 1
has had about a foot of innocence cells that grow in solid masses within at Starke 6:10 ;
North p.m.T.
The but if -
joke, your
question ,of how to attract the right you little cavities that they often fill completely o'clock. Visitors cordially invited to ?
snow and Florida has had about afoot they will not believe a word J. GRIFFIN, Agent. attend.
kind of people and to interest capital As they grow with the tree "

1'. of rain.Question The[ first is the more important problem you say. they turn black and make the wood of !.,

r;' debate- "Resolved, that and the only one we shall attempt I the older trees black. ",:
for :
Sulzer is to "come As lit all tropical trees whose growthis :!
i- to bald- to solve at his time, for the right William trying .'"
z.:, red-head U preferable a kind of people will produce wealth, back." He has instituted proceed- continuous through the year, there
head" Justice Alden Chester of are no annual growth rings. The trees
and the wealth they produce will attract ings before
probably do not reach maturity under
Clothes din make the man but other wealth. the New York supreme court to retrain 250: years. A greenheart tree is from When gather 1

they often proclaim to the world what First, we want sensible, successful the governorship of New York. sixty to a hundred feet in heIght. It you

r I the man is. people to come to Florida. We want Poor Bill is like the turtle with his is an evergreen without knots and hast

people who can succeed elsewhere. A'' head off-he is dead, but he does no a broad, open crown. The wood weighs

Many people wear spectacles and man who can succeed elsewhere can realize it. about seventy-five pounds to the cubic

i nos$ glasses to be seen and not to succeed here, but a man who has fail- foot and resists a crushing force of your Harvest 1

see.;; ed everywhere else would probablyfail Much depends upon the standpointfrom 12.000 pounds to the square Inch.Youth's .-

t here, for in Florida, as every- which we view things. An Irishman Companion. -

The tango is out of date already. where else on God's green earth, a who'kept a pig in the house, I

,.: .The hazazzaa:!, another variation of man must possess certain qualities in was asked if such an I CANOPIES ,ON THEIR HEADS. Ililluih )

... the, hoochee-!)ochee, is the dance of order to achieve success. Determination was sanitary and arrangement'l I u'rllelt \ 1
People of Korea Wear the
I .i today. perseverence, industry and com- plied that it was, because the pig I I Hats In the World.
t .
fN .fw had never been sick a day in his life.
; t Detective Barns had a smaller audi- mon sense are indispensable: to suc- I What would you thiuk of a hat that 1 f
cessful achievement in'any state or ;r.
was so large it would safely shelter :
Thaw ?
in Jacksonville than Mrs. ,
see the waistof
any land and the same qualities are One of our exchanges says your father mother sisters and yourself -
bat he got more publicity out of the necessary in Florida.Phychologists a perfect woman should measure under it should a sudden rain

incident than she. say the human mind 29 inches and that the arm of a per- storm come up? The men of Korea i ) P' i

, 'rr' three distinct faculties-in- fect man should also measure 29 like these enormous hats and would
Dr. Cook tells the truth part of the possesses x
; not feel properly dressed without them. '
inches. Not necessarily. If the waistis
ellect, sensibility and will. The logi-
I'J\': '"" time, at least. He says Florida! has These bats look like great flower pots ;;:
cal then to the normal larger or the arm shorter, both r <'
3 aIL ideal climate"and is the garden way, approach set on a round table six feet across. lll .;
: ':+' spot of the world. mind is to appeal first to the intellect, arms could be used. The crowns are nine feet in height and I '1 I 4

\ t' where reason dwells. Knowledge of three inches wide much like a chim- Ii i *1JT..v

;1 The papers say there is'no change a thing will arouse the sensibilitiesand HOME TALENT PLAY ney on a one story house. How do '

t \. of policy toward Mexico at Washington probably create a desire for the The home talent play, "Mr. Bob," you suppose these large round head

As we have said before, there thing, and the will then settles the given under the auspices of the School coverings are kept on? Under the put the money .1

is-no policy to change. question. The way to appeal to sensible and Civic Club on Friday evening, brim is a small closely fitting cap held ..
which ties under
on by a padded string
people is to appeal to them through February 20th, well deserved all the -= a
the ears. The material of these hats is
it If the federal government would allow the intellect. that could be it.
Why not offer an argu- praise bamboo, so finely split that it is like in this bankDO

'!1-. '., it, Gov. Colquit, of Texas,I would ment something like this: (To single out any one character for thread and lastly they are varnished

intervene in Mexico and soon.. ,.,.solve Florida has an area of 54,000 square especial mention would not do justiceto to keep but the sun and rain and the 4.

..'. ..: the.' Mexican problem. miles and on an average about 10 a cast of character, each perfec- wind. ......

T' persons to the square mile. There is tion in itself, from Becky' (Mrs. You know that the Korean people always take harvest .

'f. Mr. Carnegie-says he has an intense room for several millions more, and Turner) down to Jenkins, (Mr. Jett) wear cotton clothing, so these NOT your ] money

;: admiration for the good old j jIL. it is only a question of time until the and Patty, the maid (Miss Louise big hats protect them far more than with There][fare thous-

t. .. S. A. He ought to have several millions will be here. Come early Peek). our hats possibly could. In the rainy you.

If l milQon dollars worth. and .ensemble of the. enter- season cones of oiled paper are at- ands of thefts of that is 4
', 1 t t.' avoid the rush. Come while it is The entire tached to the big bamboo head cover- money every year kept

j. ..'' They are boring for oil at Kissim-' not crowded and take your choice of tainment was arranged with exquisite ings in the shape of funnels so.! I sup- in this way. Put your harvest money in this tank i
J the ground floor chances. Why should attention to detail, and the complete pose, that the rain pours off of them
.; They don't have to bore for
in esv gas you come to Florida? Well if yon success of the affair is being com- just as water does off a duck's back. Withdraw it when you please.
; i:
South Florida hare bounti-
they a
: ; A Korean his when
lnl supply,of it already. are satisfied where you are, don't mented on by every one fortunate should take keeps It off. Soldiers hat on wear blackor we Start an account like all the other farmers who have HI i
hand the
come; but if you are not satisfied enough to attend. On every .
t" brown felt hats decorated with red made in this worldl Commence
\ .' '"An X-ray examination showed that with your present location, we think ladies who had it in charge are being horse hair or peacock feathers, and successes

l i a Swiss boy has two stomachs. Any you would make no mistake in coming beseiged with requests to repeat the hanging from the sides over the ears todayhere'F

normal American boy has a two- to Florida, and we tell you why. performance.One and around their necks are oval ballsof

.stomach capacity 'for food. Florida has a pleasant climate in of the hits of the evening was porcelain amber and a queer kind Bradford County Bank

>r winter and in, summer. The death "Uncle Eph" (Mr. Joe Canova) in of gum.-Sunbeam. ,

: Love is said to be a matter of scents rate in Florida is no greater than it his original monologue, a burlesque, EstabEshed :. 4'l

'. is in other state. We have "The and Others. Music The Ungrateful Cuckoo.To 1889
and not sense, because any man will any good Faculty ;:
tare any woman who'uses the particular soil and bad soil like other states was furnished by an excellent orches- hear the cuckoo's cheery,note you N.T. Rltch Pres.W..T. Weeks,Vice-Pre*. E. P. Duncan, Chie
might think be had the clearest con-
perfume thathe loves. the good soil will,grow almost anything tra of four pieces, which added muchto science in the world. He can have nei- -I

that can be anyhwere in the evening's entertainmentThe g
-- grown ther memory nor moral sense or he
Another mean man has ben discovered. the United States and some things sum of $53.15 was added to would not carry it off so gayl,. The '"

He gives his children a'I' that cannot be grown elsewhere. At the treasury of the School and Civic most disreputable of birds. As a rule NEW BOOKS FOR LIBRARY. I

j ; nickel apiece to go to bed early and this time the good soil is comparativelY Club. are guilty of nothing worse than pec-
The will steal for The School and Civic Club has recently -
tea takes the nickels after the chil- cheap. Don't buy land anywhereof .t
the mere fun of the thing. for he can added to the High School
dpi fall asleep. anybody by mail. Come down and
FAREWELL SOCIAL. make no possible use of plate or jew- library 25 well bound volumes of t,.
spy out the ,land and consult those The Christian Endeavor Society of elry. Sparrows are. of course, notorious Dickens and 50 volumes} of the >.a""
Florida has the advantage of other very f'
who are successfully farming the land. .f
thieves but rank
the church fare- they no higher
Presbyterian a ,
gave best in literature known the '
as ''''
states in the of weather but in
way U[ you have not money enough to the in crime- than the sneaking pickpock-
well social Friday evening at City
Harvard Classics. These
the winter Florida is the dumping come here and inspect the country and Hotel for Miss Helen Reinoehl. She I| ets. But the cuckoo no to speak, Is a named I
i books are perhaps the finest set ,
t ground for many things worse than pay for land and improve it and murderer from his cradle. He violates very
disagreeable weather. your is one of the charter members and the sanctity of a hospitable hearth. of books that could be procured by f :

! : \ i live a year or two, don't come. You will be greatly missed, as she was always I I His first victims are his own foster our children. They: were compiledby

f What baa become of the old-fashion- can accomplish very little here with- a faithful worker. Twenty-five. brothers, nd before he tries his wings the leading instructors of Harvard :4
; out some capital, and if failed, !I the first he is imbrued in :
you flight
9 guests were present to bid her good on
ed.schoolmaster who thrashed a boy I University-and in themselves con- I t Ill
you would probably become a knocker. fraternal blood, like any Amurath or
! .1'. at school if he needed it and then But if you have enough to bye and wish her every happiness in I Bajazet-London Saturday Review. stitute a liberal education, if one :4I

". nanuled the boy's father and big money her new home. The evening was. could devote only 15 minutes each day
make a start and have the and I
\ brother if necessary. that energy spent in games of different kinds She Couldn't Hear Them."I to the reading of them. ) @
persistence are to win
necessary after which a salad course was was surprised to learn that that The play, "Mr. Bob," given by the -

tt Would you want your wife or your success anywhere, you can do well f served. The out-of-town guests were man Is married." School and Civic Club, was arrangedwith

daughter to dance the tango? No? in Florida, where the climate allows Messrs. Curry and Bruce Davis, of "How did you learn It? You may be the hope of raising enough fundsto

'Hen you'must admit that it is not you to grow stuff at a time of the Jacksonville, and Charles Powell, of mistaken." make the summer payments on the '

/ tfie. proper thing for the wife or year when it cannot be grown any- Pablo. "No chance for a mistake. He says books and also to remodel and )i0 qW. 1
where else and which will command he Is in favor of going back to the old re-
daughter of somebody else to do. the in
paper stage the.High School
J \ fancy prices in all the northern markets shin plasters and having small bills for
of. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.All 5 10. 25 and 50 cents." building, so that the graduating Classof
"' If native of you were fnnu5hin& yourhome !
The tango and kindred ,dance it you are a a rolling, IF
,- communications to this "But I don't see"- 1914 could have a fitting back- '
.. .' persisted in long enough produce the hilly or mountainous country, you will paper would you simply
"Bills don't rattle togetber.MHouston ground for their well deserved
should be addressed to the Bradford honors. f
ragtime heart,'or, as the doctors diag- become more or less homesick for Post tell the dealer you had six
your native hills, because the.larger County Telegraph and all.remittances Club is delighted to be able to
nose it., mitral stenosis with regurgitation .rooms and to send enough 1
portion of Florida is flat will should be sent in the same way. Checks say that their plans met with perfect
Now, girls will you be good! and Returning a Favor. furniture fill
: I seem strange to you; but while hills, should be made payable to the Brad- "It's going to;be war to the knife" success and thanks the public ac- to them. I

I One of our earliest ambitions was and mountains are interesting from a ford County Telegraph. This rule I I declared the suburban man, who was cordingly. OR- f ,$'

f scenic standpoint for should be observed at all times in feeding his chickens. -""
to.own a grocery with a big'supplyopt purely agricultural THUMB-MIDGET WEDDINGOn t
I "What ? asked the friend.
candy. Now we are satisfied if purposes one acre of level order to avoid tangling up the busi- now would you select each individual j
'..w "Why. Blinks sent me a box of axle Friday evening, March 13, at
', wa can satisfied if we can persuade Florida soil is worth more than many ness of the Telegraph with the private grease and advised me to use it on my 8:00 o'clock in the auditorium of" the piece? When you buy !Ii

t v the. grocer to trust us for a little acres of hills and rocks and lands affairs of Mr. E. S. Matthews, who is lawn !mower." High School building, the marriage of clothes why not tell us to havetEd.

bacon and grits. that lose some of their richest top devoting'his time exclusively now to "Well?" Miss Midget to Mr. Tom Thumb will -

soil by"erosion every time it rains. A the management of the Bank of "Well. I sent it back and told him to take place. v Price !& Co .
Lincoln Beachey gave the paragraphers level country dotted with farms, Starke. use it on his daughter's voice."-Ldp- The occasion :
promises to be
r and other people 'Who want orchards, gardens, vineyards, fine ,/ pincott's. entertaining about a most tailor them to individual order? '{i
one as sixty of
to "I told so," a thrill of homes and good roads, as Florida
say you Telegraph, '1.50 Wrong Both Ways. the brightest of our town will constitute Then they'll be exsctly: what j
eventually will be is
hope 'the other day when his aero- good enough for
"What is that tune you were playing the bridal party, relatives, etc: you want. iHULL'S .
us and it will be
plane dropped a thousand feet before good enough for "
on the bugle last night? Charmingly rendered music by relatives
is could right it you. We invite you to come. -
"That was not a bugle. replied the and friends of the bride and DEPARTMENT STORLqLOST :
A Georgia town has voted in favorof I Deafness Cannot Be Curedby I cornet virtuoso rather stiffly. will be
groom, an enjoyable feature.
: How would you like to be a linotype saloons and here are the reasonsas local applications as they cannot Oh. well if you're so particular as
reach the diseased portion of all that it didn't sound like tune ei Exquisite costumes will be worn and
in Germany. Over there given by citizen deafness a
"If There
operator a is
: we are I' only one way to cure it is being said that the flowers carri- 5
and that is by constitutional ther.-Exchange. TIME.
they call him a metallwunschelrutentbrcher. going to stand for our women folksto
Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi- ed by the attendants of the bride sill
r.; .-Exchange. We have heard wear shadow and slit skirts and tion of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Lost wealth may,be replaced by
Tube. Perseverance.Few be the most elaborate of
I When this tube is inflamed any ever usedin
some of him called worse names tight form fitting dresses and vulgar you have a rumbling sound or imperfect patient industry, lost knowledge by ?, '
things are impossible in themselves
this hobble skirts hearing and when it is entirely closed. ; a "society wedding" in Stark study lost health medicine but ,
than that in country. and our younger women I'I Deafness is the It is not so much means as A large and enterested audience! is by r. ;
learning the boll weevil wiggle, !flammation can b'fltaken out anthethis perseverance that is wanting to bring lost time is gone forever. ,
tube restored to its normal condition expected to witness this beautiful
Miss Crystal Eastman Benedict a Texas Tommy Tango, the bunny hug, hearing will be destroyed them to a successful issue.-Rochefou-

i. eader of the femininists, says a woW the bear dance, the calf canter, the which cases out is of ten are caused byvCatarrnine cauld. ceremony and the affair will 'in ell Banishes Hats.
nothing but an inflamed condition
be the social
probability event
should not assume her husband's buzzard flop and so on down the line, of the mucous surfaces. I Rats and mice will leave premises to||

name. Miss Benedict has consistently the men folks had just as well have DewareeUaauaedb cstsrrurh tbetaomtberearedpl Life without liberty is Joyless but Full account in next week's which chloride of lime is used as "'
B+a'sCurettlGure. Bend forcircalanfree. life without Joy may be great The Telegraph. ;
QfActiced: what she preaches so far, their saloons and ,all go .to hell to- 1'.1. I disinfectant
Toledo 0110.TikeasntiYa I greatness of life Is sacrlfice. Qulda. .
fbj she still her own name. getherr-Ex gold brDracHits.TVs. I .
.r urrut.teresasttirtcs. i Telegraph $1.50 per year. Telegraph $1.50 a Fear.ex's' 4O ?

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Superintendent F. G. Schell attended Miss Tilden Hendricks, of Plant NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE
the meeting'of the National Educa City, was in Starke Monday seekinga Notice b hereby-given to all concerned that Wood's SuperiorSeed

tional Association in Richmond, Va., location for a millinery store. She lix months after date hereof I will presentmy '
= Bits of LocalInformation final returns u administrator of the estate i
last week and came home full of inspiration rented a part of the store room occupied of Sallie S. Cheer late of Bradford Oatsare =
few ideas and enthusiasm county Florida deceased and apply to th.
by A. .A. Wainright, corner County Judge of Bradford County Floridafor
for his work.American final
i Call and Walnut streets, and she and my J. D. BAXTER. choke,reclcaned, heavy seed grain. ..
fence. If quality and not Administrator of the Estate of Sallie S.Cheuer. We offer all the but and most productive '; f
her partner, Miss Charlsey Payne, of deceased. kinds for spring seeding; 1
e.a/rrI 0.. r..t.. ,....... ... quantity counts, you will buy American Wauchula, will have their opening Jan 2Cm.ASSESSOR'S '
r,. aal b w esaeq., ragas.Y fence. Law prices. DeWitt C within ten days or two weeks. .... Burt or 90-Day, ..
Jones. NOTICEWe Texas Red Rust Proof, !

See the new spring-hats at Lane's. will be at the following named Swedish Select, !'J
The ladies of St. Mark's Guild will '
Feb-27-2t Bancroft. etc. 1
places on the dates herein mentioned: Appier
Mr. A. R. Reynolds of Graham, was Mrs. W. F. Phillips and little child, have a cake sale Saturday, March 7, Write for price/and sanjples.
Rosier School, Friday March 13 : >
here Monday.. at Mr. A. M. Darby's store, beginningat A Junior Epworth League was ; '" 1
of Jacksonville, is here visiting her 11 o'clock. Fancy cakes and home- organized last Sunday afternoon at Brooker, Saturday March 14; Raiford, Wood's 1914 Descriptive:!Catalog '.'

\' Sox from 5 cents up. Dover's Sta- cousin, Mrs. G. 'C. Livingston.Mr. made candy for sale. Call or phone the M. E. Church with the following Monday March 16; Guilford, Tuesday gives specially full And valuable infer
.: Store. March 17, aon.; Thomas School Tues nation about '!
tionery Mr.
your order. officers: Miss Lois Peek, manager; !
I and Mrs. William E. of day March 17, Providence '
'. Wilson Ben Rape, president; Miss Emma p.m.; Spring Oats Barley, .
Rev. J. H. Kelley, of. Brooker, was Providence, were the guests this weekof Mr. 0. L. Mizell, of Worthington, Powell, treasurer. The new organization Wednesday March 18; Worthington, Grasses and Cloven, II'

'" in town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Wilson. special agricultural agent for Bradford will meet every Sunday after- Thursday March 19, ajn.; Dukes, Seed Corn Sorghum, ,.
county, was in Starke Thursday Thursday March 19, p.m.; Lake Cow Peas Soja Beans "
; Mr: Louis H. Hill of Lawtey, was in noon at 3 o'clock and much good is : 11
Starke Thursday. Mrs. 0. J. Griffin and two children and reported that the special work expected to result from its work. Butler, Friday March 20; Hampton, also about all otter J-

visited her sister Mrs! W. J. Griffin, being carried on in this county is Monday March 30; Lawtey, Tuesday farm and Garden Seeds. 'J I ff

Mr. J..S. Griner, of Brooklyn- was in Jacksonville, from Friday to Sun- bearing fruit. Mrs. E. H. Smith, formerly Miss March 31. Catalog mailed free. Write for it. 4
Trixie Wills daughter of Dr. J. C. This will be last [
our call for this ,
:i'. in Starve Tuesday. 'i i day.D. It is a pleasure to us to be of serviceto Wills of this city, was severely burned -- season. Books close April 6th. 1 It

'I C. Chase: Jr., Starke, Fla., in anything that pertains T. W. WOOD 6 SONS. :)
1 Mr. Sam Buie, of Gainesville, was contractor you at her home in Jacksonville Mon- N. D. Wainright, Tax Assr. ;

in Starke Tuesday.We apd builder. Day phone No. the banking business. Drop in and day. Her clothing caught fire froma B. M. Dowling, Tax CoL Seedsmen, Richmond, Va.
. 1..1; I'I 1. night phone 86. Lock Box 231. make use of our facilities. Bank of gas heater and her hands and arms ,

. 1,: have your number in hosiery at Mch 6-5t. ,I Starke. 2-27-2t were, painfully burned. Dr. Wills Wire fencing for field and pasture .

-, Dover's Stationery Store. Mr., D. W. Moore, of Theressa. Mr. J. H. Wainright, of Jacksonville brought her home Monday evening still going. Prices and quality talk To Care a coin One Day I

r I L i' Mr. Frank E. Owens,of Gainesville, member of the county democratic ex- ,, visited his brother, Mr. A. A. and we are pleased to report that her at The Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. Take Cough LAXATIVE and Headache BROMO aid Quinine.works off It the stops Cold.the .

Mitivfi committee, was in Starke Wainright, here Wednesday, while on burns are healing rapidly. $per Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. if
visited Starke Saturday. year. E. W. GROVE'S signal on each box. 25e.
Thursday.Mr. his way to the home of his parents,
American wire fencing 24, 34, 46 sSi
t f Mr. G. H. Cone, of Newberry, was 4. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wainright, in I 18 inches. Hull's Department Store. II
F/1wip Freeman ram over from .
a visitor to Starke Sunday. the Wateroak section.
a i Gainesville for a short'vicit with his Miss Helen Reinoehl has resignedher .

,. Mr. W. 'S. Croft, of Lulu, ;as in tl81' .nh1. Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Freeman, Mr. Dan Boree, who recently mov- position as clerk at the Starke \ i

i :; r the county seat Monday, i early in the week.Mr ed to Wauchula from Starke, was postoffice and will make her home In I T1RES---HRE&-TIRES U 1

I here early this week to attend to the .Jacksonville for the future. She wasa
t. Miss Mabel Reddish, of ; and MI' Lawtey, transfer of some real estate. Mr.
and efficient clerk always
capable Your Tires Direct At Lowest
Mass.!' ,, arrived Sunday and ruestsat Buy}
: 1 was a visitor here Friday. I the Commercial. Mr. are York will Boree is engaged in the lumber business ,cheerful and obliging and popular with .

'' I Mr. C. A. Crosby of Brooker was buy strawberries'here. and says he is doing welt the patrons of the postoffice and her Prices.By '

: *. a visitor to Starke Monday. Apalachicola oysters. J. F. Kick- many friends regret to see her leave. buying and contracting direct from the factories ='I
Mr. Jacob Liopman. commission Miss Reinoehl will be succeeded by ,

{ Mr. R. ,0. Guann is erecting a new merchant. New York City. arrived in liter. Mrs. R. E. Hodges, a former employeein for tires in large quantities for spot cash we arable

residence near the city park. Starke Wednesday for the purpose The School and Civic Club will hold the postoffice, who will no doubt to offer them at a great money saving price

Born to Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg of buying berries here. their regular monthly meeting on next prove as popular as her predecessor. direct to the consumer. A saving of from 35 to60_ .
Wednesday afternoon at 3. ..o'clock
1 Thursday, February 26, a boy.f Mr. C. D. Hunter of Paris, 111., is Everything indicates that we are percent F
sharp, in the office of the Superintendent -
$ : Mrs. Eli Padgett, of Middleburg I in the city this week.. Mr. Hunter is at the school building. Do not to have an unusually good straw- When you buy tires from us you get full value, anddon't
an art instructor and will endeavorto berry season. The Bank of Starke
t ;, was a visitor to Starke Friday. forget, Wednesday: March 11, 1914, have to pay the dealer's'profit, salesman'scommission
.. organize an art class here. hopes this will be the case and in-
.V'f at'3 o'clock.Mrs. and other high selling and overhead ex
Mr. J. J. Blackwelder,of Lulu! wes vites all the growers to make use of
Ready-to-wear spring hats atLane's. We sell tires direct
in' Starke on business Monday. L. C. Ray and children left its facilities in handling their business penses. to consumer jobbers

I" Feb272tThe Tuesday for Jacksonville to visit relatives during the season. It is no,troubleto prices and YOU GET BIG VALUE AND EXACTLY }4

3, :'r. Mr. W. L. Andrews, of Lake Butler, Ladies' Aid Society of the Baptist for a few days, after which they us to supply you with change or WHAT YOU PAY FOR.

J was in the county seat Monday. I church will meet at the home of will go to Dunedin, where Mr. Ray to perform the other little, services Shrewd auto owners compose our customers among .

;1 I': Sox, stockings and hosiery at Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh, Tuesday afternoon :- has a position as cashier of the Bankof needed 'during the busy season. One them are bankers, merchants, lawyers, doctor, .

{ Dover's Stationery Store. March 10, at 3 o'clock. Dunedin and where they will residein of the things we arehere for is service I planters and men in all lines who know values and, : : "'
t the future. to the people. Call on us when we 1
Mr.. H. A. Bradley,'of Raiford, was Mrs. S. F. Hall, Jr., and her little can be of service to you. 2.27-2t realize the advantage of buying direct ,, ,!

.I.) in Starke on business Tuesday. I daughter, Nora, of Jacksonville who Dr. U. G. Turner has received his D.'rinp the vast winter automobile month weT! ecured > Ij
have spent two weeks here with Mr. commission from Governor Trammellas Send that item of news to the some excellent deals from the factories and now offer our' '5J
: .f: Born to Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hem. .Hall returned home .Telegraph office. Don't wait until :
Thursday. captain of Co. E, Second Regimentof purchases at the following prices: : i J
:. 'rinrway Saturday, February 28, a boy.'j\ Mr. Infantry, National Guard of Flor- the paper appears and then rant because Among our tires are Diamond. Goodyear Quaker, Nas-c. .1
I R. M. Clements, representing
i t. Mrs. A. M. Pettit, of Alachua, visited the Clements Paper Co., of Nashville ida, and it is safe to predict that that particular item was missed.If .' sau, Empire, Fisk and others of equal quality. '
would take much interest "
relatives and friends here Tuesday. Captain Turner will prove to be an as Tires Guaranteed Note These Prices i
Fully Carefully:
t i /Tennessee, was in Starke soliciting : .
in the local before it to /
. 'f, J' efficient and popular officer. paper goes f'f'AU
business for his company Tuesday. press do after it is TUBES y i
1; ft; Attorney Brooks was in Green Cove i as.they printed, :

'! "1 Springs on legal business Wednesday; I Children from 3 to 10 years will Shoes at Leviton's. the news they would ,like to see in it SIZE TIRE GREY .RED RELINER

take in During the week-end Dr. and Mrs.A. would be in it. We want to print all 28x3 $ 7.20 1.65 1.90 1.35
Mrs. L. P. Miller of Waldo is visiting part Thumb-Midget wedding -
the 30x330x3 7.80 1.95 2.20 1.40 .
of local nature but it is
H. news a '
Freeman house and
i kept
: tb her daughter, Mrs. T. F. Reining, March 13th. Auspices of the open 1-2 10.80 2.80 3.10 1.90: '
' ,. I School and Civic Club. You should entertained Mr. and Mrs. G. C. physically impossible without the cooperation 31x31232x312 11.00 Z.9O 3.20 1.95, '

f" ,-,. way. see it. Landis, of Philadelphia, Miss Mar- of all our friends. Send in 11.90 Z95 3.25 ZOO {
'.' t' Mr. Jesse Fdrsyth visited his broth.,I garet Eilgore of Ft. Meade; Miss the news. 34s3 1-2 12.40 3.00 JV .,; 3.30 2.05

; :! er, Joseph Forsyth, Brooker. Sun' Everything in field and garden seed, Ruth Berry, of Cedar Keys; and their For dry goods. Leviton. Sid 30x4 13.10 13.45 3.10 8.20 l ,3.60 3.40 2.30 2 M I

t:,: :. cia.,' J( c < Florida peanuts, chufas, velvet beans, son, Edwin Freeman, from the University 82x433x4 IS.'10 835 L3.80 :340 t
{. .!.;. .' '-a peas. Garden seed in bulk and iof n of Florida: KILLED RATTLER. 14.80 8.50 8.90 ; 2.4i -

.; t. Rev. and Mrs. Olin Bogges, small packages.. Hull's Department While cutting wood near Crosby Sid 16.80 3.60 400 2 611 ';

'.. :a I'> Lawtey, were visitors to.Starke Mon.o I Store. Mch. 6-tf Representatives of the several Lake last Monday Mr. Frank Star- 35x4 36x4 17.25 17.85 3.90 3.75 420.4 25 : 2.70 2.80 'I,

; :: I We prepared churches, the School and Civic Club ling discovered a rattlesnake and kill- 8-1x41.2 18.00 4. 80 5.10 3.4035z4'1.2 _
day.Mr. are to furnish you. and the W. C .T. U. appeared before .'
ed it. The snake : 18.75 4.85 5.20. 345SfiO
measured 4 feet 1
J. J. Sparkman is in Plan!; Screen Wire, black, galvanized and: the city council Monday evening to 36x4 1-2 1945 4.90 ,530 '3
is h', City overseeing- some building'opera-, copper, also Screen.Doors and Winjdows -, enter formal protest against the modification inch in length' and had 7."rattles and a 37x4 L2 2150 5.10 5.40 370 '

f: ;; tions. 1 any sizes. ,Quigley Lumber &; of the Sunday selling ordin- button. t itt 36x5 2300 I 580 6.20 400 r:
' 24.00 i
: t Co. '"' 37x5 5.90 6 85 420
';c .f.' Mrs. L. D. Wall visited her daug- Supply, ance. Action on the matter was deferred
;I We can famish all other sizes, non-skid 10 per cent higher.
} ter, Mrs. Hoffman, at Dunellon, last t Mr. J. F. Kickliter is moving his until a later date.
'. f, Our supplies of these tire b limited so we advise early ordering. Remember -
" .. week. \ grocery business this week from the You will miss the biggest treat of: they are new, clean, fresh fully guaranteed goods. All high ..'
Jones building on Call street to the grade goods that will give best service. .
Mr. Merritt .Truby, of Oil City, Pa,,, the year if you fail to see the Thumb- GALVANIZED WELLCURBINGis
Canova building on the comer of Call Midget wedding, Friday, March, 13th. inexpensive and keeps the water TERMS 5 per cent visited his uncle Mr. J. M. this
,:; t. Truby, I and Walnut streets.Dr. clean and healthful Light and easy upon receipt of 10 per cent of cost Prompt shipments. Money returned .'.d
.{ .'1, week. Reserved seats 50 cents; general admission to handle. Warranted to give satis- if unable to fill order. Send us trial order now. :
\ .t J. P. 35 and 20 cents. Seats go on faction. Call write f
moved from l or ; TIRE FACTORIES SALES CO. Dayton
r+, ," Strawberry crates, cups and nails** Lake Butler to Starke Thursday and l sale March 11 at Starke Drug.Store. QUIGLEY LUMBER &: SUPPLY CO. != ; .

Prices the lowest Hul's Department .!will reside in the home recently purchased o Only a limited number of reserved ,
} Store. Mch. 6tt seats. Secure them early. 1
from Dr. T.. D. Gunter or l

;. Mr. B. G. Mott u has, reopened___hu._I I north Walnut street. Whether you have ever transactedany ,,

\.l; general merchandise store on Ninth High quality and'low prices. "The business with this bank or not ++++++++++++++++++* Misses Margaret Kilgore and Ruth

",; street best in harware. DeWift C. Jones. you will be welcome here when we ADVERTISINGFOR Berry, attractive students at Southland I.
t can be of service to Whetherit _
Mr. S. of Gainesville, you. their ;
Sternberg, Mrs. U. J. Beckman and little is make for collect Seminary, returned to t
visited his son, Mr. N. Steinberg, to change you, to +++++++++++++++++** studies Sunday afternoon after a brief
daughter, returned to their your checks and drafts or to .
x Sunday. home at Hardeeville SALE Singer Sewing Machineat visit with Miss Lucile Freeman at her
? S. C. -
Saturday, receive your ,deposit we will give yon (
*t. Ladies' hosiery,' 10 'cents- to' f 1.50, after a.visit of a few days with L. C. prompt and cheerful service. Bankof a bargain. J. T. Quigley. home here. At the morning service at Our display of more '

J. mil sizes and all colors, .at Dover's Powell and family. Starke. 2-27-2t the Methodist church Miss Kilgore de- than 500 handsome .
FOR SALE-50,000 strawberry run- lighted the congregation with the :

t. Stationery' Store.- All children taking part in the Tom : All Friends Camp, No. 38, W. 0. ners at $1.80 per thousand. Thos.S. solo, "Just As I Am. Her voice is woolens from the '

'j; Mr. T. J. Alderman is having his Thumb wedding to be given Friday, I W., held a big oyster supper Friday Foster, Lawtey, Fla. Mch. 6-3t unusually sweet and low and her man- .

h{ property on Pratt street repaired and March 13th, will please meet at the night, which was enjoyed by about ner modest and charming. t She is a Spring and Summer. t.

{: I painted. school building, Wednesday afternoon, 25 of the members. This lodge was FOR SALE-Sound; gentle, 9yearold daughter of Rev. J. L. Kilgore of the line of .r .
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March 11th, at 3:30 o'clock.
organized about three years ago with mare about 1,000 pounds. Cheap Florida Conference.
t and Errol
. :" Messrs. William' Stroud We in the only charter members, and it now for cash or will trade for cattle.D. Ed. V. Price & Co. ,
: Alvarez visitors to Jacksonville are boosting business and NEWSOMANDREUMr. .
were "
' has an enthusiastic membership of R. Edwards, Starke. Mch 6-4t
I have no time to knock our competitors. Clarence Newsom and Miss
;;r Suu4y.t offers unlimitedvariety
Good, J 48 and in a flourishing condition.A I you an :
goods, good service and .
:. '" Estelle Andrea, daughter of Mr. and
t Mesdames M. E. Todd and S. 'J. FOR SALE-150 bushels of choice i
will to all is of exclusiveness
our motto.
,, Quigley full and complete program of Mrs. C. M. Andreu, of near Duke's -
;, :< Sternberg are spending a few'weeks Lumber & Supply Co. the Tom Thumb wedding will appearin short cotton seed of the improved Ferry, were united in marriage at the ;
in Fort Peterson variety. Apply to N. G. in weave pattern
; Myers.Mr. ,
next week's edition of the Brad- home of the bride's parents Sunday,
At the regular meeting of the city I Hayes, Brooker, Fla. Feb. 20-4t '
t"> B. L. Mott returned Sunday council Monday evening Mr. J. A. ford County Telegraph. If you are March 1, Rev. J. H. Kelley performing and color.

i1 -.., from a business' nip to Camden Sasser- was appointed. extra policeman-- not a subscriber buy a copy. Also FOR SALE-A quantity of good seed the ceremony. The young couple
Come Here with single
look in the show windows for the wIn reside farm three miles a
on a
:Y county, Georgia. his hours of duty to be from 12 o'clock at own price for quick sale.
:; ., .. posters. Actual photographs of the cane your east of Starke. Their many friends idea i
12 o'clock
noon to midnight. at office. or a {
f The most complete line of hcdery bridal party as the have appeared in Inquire this wish them-a long and happy life.

c' in Starke will be found at Dover's Kiln dried dressed lumber at $12 other cities. dozen and '

Stationery Store. per thousand. Quigley Lumber & FOR SALE-Choice building lot on BIRTHDAY SURPRISE PARTY.On we'll &rati..' i e k
I Supply Co. The' Bank of Starke is growing West Madison street, size 70'x 214; Monday, March 2, Mrs. F. H. tJ. 1

; Mr. N. J. Moore, a prominent fann right along and invites those who price $350. E. S. Matthews. Long arranged a surprise party at fy you on ,

'er of New River, transacted business Mr. and Mrs. Landis, of Philadel- wish to make financial progress to her home on Walnut street in honorof ; p

. :p. in Starke Monday. phia, were entertained at the City take advantage of its banking facili- FOR SALE-Ford Runabout. the 75th birthday of Mr. Long's every point

Misses Beatrice Adams and Vivian Hotel Monday by Mr. and Mrs. J. :M. ties and grow with it. 2-27.2t Newly painted.DEWITT Good JONES condition. mother, Mrs. Annie M. Jones. Leave your lumeasure r }
Rising. M and Mrs. Landis t and informally
were The guests came went
Baiemore. of Jacksonville, were guests Starke Fla.
Mr. W. R. Roberts, who has been ,
returning home from a visit in South all day and offered congratulationsand
'of, friends here Sunday. mail carrier on rural routes 1 and 2
Florida. ;'OR SALE CHEAP-One second- presented appropriate gifts to end have .., .
from Starke for the past has q
:: Bruce Davis, of Jacksonville spent year 4horse :Mrs. Jones. Many of the presentswere '
'.., Mr. V. J. Valentine is remodelinghis been promoted to the position of rail- hand power gasoline en- your ,new 7 1
the here with his and valuable. Cake
: week-end parents < gine, in first-class condition. Quig- handsome .
If. home north Walnut
on street Mr. mail clerk between Jacksonvilleand
', <:i Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Davis. way ley Lumber & Supply Co. and hot chocolate were served as suit tailor- r
1 Valentine intends to move to Providence Atlanta and left Sunday to enter '
refreshments. Among the out-of- '
i Mr. F. F. Stump has returned from soon and his residence here will upon his new duties. Mrs John Crews edtoorderHULL'S c 1
WANT renters for town guests were Mr. Pleasant A. "
New York-City, where he went to be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie has succeeded him_ as carrier on the -purchasers or
I some good farms on liberal -terms.D. Holt and his sister, Mrs. Boyd of DEPARTMENT.STORE
[ .make his spring purchases. Canova. \ local routes. E. KNIGHT. Starke.. 12-26 tf. Jacksonville. .

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A NEW VEGETABLE. toast plain. Cream sauce i ORDER OF PUBLICATION {
on or may .
be used in serving, if desired. IB the'Circuit Ceart. 8U Jadldtl Orcmit. H. C. ,RICHARD 9 i;
PAYNE FOR CURES ONLY, Brad/art Ceutr. I1 riBradford
Blanched Daaheen Shoots are Some. (2 Instead of boiling in milk after 'i
Ccanty Bank a Corporation
". thing Like Asparagus. draining off the first water, add a VS

F little piece of bacon or other fat meat, bentaUiftreataextlor If you have ben W. J. Hillman Company'a eerperatien, et aI General Insurance Coldshoudbe"n1ppedinthe

: Washington, D. C., March 3.-The and then cover the shoots with cold *Mylif aatf.-yotun ..au.1It Bin to Rae,.' Cloud and Quiet Title

newly introduced vegetable, the dash. water, season with salt, and boil caned mumrywitkNt Te All Whom it May Concern Cnetfor:
kdu cvcd, It appearing by the sworn bill of complaint
which resembles the and si for 5 minutes. Drain and serve. 4o tyM Itkt la I .<
een, potato inquirers t. alt* HIM to accept I in the above entitled cause that there are persons I represent 'none bus FIRST-CLASS bud", for if allowed'to run

a peculiarly suitable crop for our The Department cannot supply Dr. Dlekerica's I interested in the property described in unchecked, serious results
and will be thf
companies constantly on
Southern States has been experimented with samples of this new development Grand Offer the said bill of complaint! and involved in may 'f 0 II 0 w. Numerouscases
with by scientists of the Department of the dasheen. It can, not You be will out any certainly more I this suit other than the known defendants, i iI alert to promote your interests. Ouar of consumption, pneumonia :

of Agriculture, who now' givethedetaiIsof however, put them in touch with commercial money if not..autd.C..ltaU. aid. I and persons that are the unknown names and to the residences complaint of sueh andI antee I courteous treatment to all patron and other fatal diseases 1

sources where they may obtain Examination are A well wriften first-claw can be traced back to
a special way in whichit '\ I'reelortAenezt3o I that in the said bill relief is prayed against policy by a :

may be forced. By forcing and them. The Department, however, day*. such unknown persons; agent in a first-class company sometimes cold. At the first sign of a ;

blanching gladly supplies prospective growers If I decide that your Therefore it is ordered that all parties cold, protect yourself by i
this tuber
the shoots
condition will not yield readily to treatment means much of loss firtH
in case by I
(which ordinarily is like with a limited quantity of dasheens I will be honest with you and tell you 10. anjnot claiming an interest in the property herein- thoroughly cleansing your
crop grown for growth in accept you money under promise of a cute.My after deserbed: or any part thereof underG. with a few'doses ofTHEDFORD
suitable experimental system
the the scientists have ob- C. RICHARD Starke Fla.I
potato) treatment will positively relieve or W. Robonson, deceased. late of Alachua .
f laired a ,new tender delicacy for the the ordinary manner. The Depart- I will make yranncaarge: for tae following I County. Florida. or under Fred.M. Lewis, or '

i ( table which be used much like ment has already emphasized the advisability diseases: i otherwise and all parties claiming an inter- S
may Kidney Bladder and I tst in the property hereinafter described or ,
of the extension of this Urinary Trouble
asparagus ,while! its flavor is sugges- I'any part thereof. lying and being in the
in the Southern States. In its Stricture,Varicocele,Hydrocele, County of Bradford State of Florida to-wit:
tive of mushrooms. crop Nervous Debility, Rupture, Ulcers N'-'-. except 15 acres on East side of S. BLACK-

I Several ways of forcing and blanching ordinary uses the dasheen satisfactorily and SkID Diseases, Contagious I A. I.." Ry in NE. of Section 1; NH. except I COFFINS CASKETS II ,
,l supplements the potato when thereis Blood Poison EU of NE* of NWVi and WH of NWV4 of
the shoots of this vegetable have I NEW. of Section2: ; N4 of NW14 and NW% AndaJ'uflLlneof I
been tried and satisfactory shoots .a shortage of the latter crop. Eczema Rheumatism, Catarrhal Affections of NEW of Sect:on 12 ; N -i of Lot 12. and I I I
Pile and Fistula and all Nervous.Chronic
S and anJ all of Lots 22. 23, 24. 27, 30. 31. 32. 33, 35. Undertakers' Supplies DRAUGHT.I
Private Diseases of Men
have been grown in all these ways. Women. 36 37. 38 of Section 14: Lot 34 of Section 15
COWPEA HOG PASTURE. all in Township 5 South Range 22 East do Always hand. The best
on service -
. In one of the experiments blanchingwas Newly contracted and chronic Cases of Born- appear to said bill of complaint on or before
keeping the ing. Itching and Inflammation stopped. I 6th of 1914. the same beinga at the lowest prices. Special
accomplished by Press Bulletin 220 of Florida Experi- am against high and extortionate fees charged the day April
shoots covered with asnd. In other by some physicians and specialists. IIy fees rule day of this Court; and that this orderbe attention to Telegraph Orders. the old reliable, vegetableliver
ment Station. week for 12 consecutive
published a
reasonable and once
are no more thanyuu are willing : .
experiments by the Department, a I to pay. weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph a powder.

frame covered with several thicknesses By J. M. Scott All medicines the purest and best of drugs. said weekly Bradford newspaper County.of general Florida. circulation in Registered Embalmer Mr. Chas. A. Ragland, 0-
are supplied from my own private laboratory. ,
of burlap yas used. The boxes in It will be most profitable for the OUT-OF-TOWN MEN V1MT1NG THE CITY. WITNESS the Honorable J. T. Wills -- Madison Heights. Va., says:
consult me at once Upon arrival. and maybe fudge of the said Circuit Court and also my "I have been using Thedford's ;
which these experiments were carried average Florida farmer to supply his you can,be cured before returning home. nlf-cial signature as well as the seal of this DeWITT C. JONES :
Many cases can be cured in one or two visits. Court this the 31st day of December 1913 at Black-Draught for
u on were placed in a greenhouse on a hogs with an abundance of green pas- Starke Florida. Successor to G. C Livingston & Co. stomach troubles .
detentions from busi indigestion
|{ bench that WMS supplied with bottom ture. Hogs kept on dry feeds the ness. Treatment and advice confidential. I W. T. WEEKS II \
Starke and colds and find ittc
I Hours 9 a.m. to 6 p. m. Sunday 9 to 1. If yon Clerk Circuit Court I Fla. ,
heat. greater portion of the year are not can't call write and give me full description of By R. A. Weeks. D. C. I be the very best medicine J .
the of shoots and do not rapidlyas your case in your own words. A complete con A. V. LONG AND J. E. FUTCH
When production on a as thrifty as
: grow sultation costs you nothing and if I can help 1-9-13t. Solicitors for Complainant ever used. makes an old
scale is desired other methods those that given liberal allowance you I will
large::: are a man feel !like a young one." [ 'I

I are more suitable. Those are describ- of green feed. It requires Dr. Geo. L. Dickerson .ORDER FOR PUBLICATION.In : Bradford Insist en Thedford's, the
8th Judcia1 Circuit. -
Circuit Court.
t I ed in a circular just issued by theI from 14 to 24 months for the range 111 w.Fonyth Street County. Florida.C For Weakness and Loss of AppetiteThe original d genuine. -67f ;f

r Office of Foreign Seed and Plant Introduction I hog to grow to market.size. A hog (Next to Barnett Bank) M. Alvarez. Complainant' Old Standard general strengthening tom !

entitled: "The Forcing and of the same size can be grown in 8 to I JACKSONVILLE : : : FLA. Cosmo vs.Alvarez Mrs. Florence E. Alvarez Malaria GROV E'S and TASTELESS builds up the chill system TONIC.\,true drives toni oul il!

Blanching of Dasheen Shoots". The 10 months when properly fed. j et-al. and sure AooeUzer. For adults and children. 6n, !
I' Bill to remove cloud quiet title and correct ,
? o..4fice11 supply the bulletin to anyone The cowpea is a crop that does best description in deed ,
I that requests it. Requests should warm sandy MEN. GREETING: ,. ..
be addressed to the U. S. Department it is a crop well suited to Florida con- It apnear'ng by the sworn bill of complaint -#':' ;;;:'

i of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. ditions. It is a short season crop, They Are Remnants of the Ancient persons, in interested the above in the cause.property that there describedin are .' 1 ;

. from to Blue Painted Britons. this bill of Complaint. and involved in this Rheumatism
The new circular, gives a number of requiring sixty ninety daysto .
suit other than the known defendants and -tJi
Practically Englishman is
> illustrations one of which shows a mature, according to the season and the names and residences of such persons I I-II 1I1 Blood Poison
Aiixlo-Saxon by blood but there still
and that in
I bed of dasheens in greenhouse at the variety. Therefore, it may be are unknown to the complainant
[ a
are, according to scientists one or two said b'11 relief is prayed against such un-
[I Battle Creek, Michigan. There is a planted as a catch crop or as an after corners in Englandhtre there are known persons; Scrofula, Malaria'

: board covering shown in the course crop. By this we mean it may be colonies directly descended from the claiming Therefore an interest it is ordered in the that property all herein-parties Skin Disease- J

of construction which is for the purpose planted after the spring and summer ancient Hritons. the blue painted men after described or any part thereof. under r t r
Joseph T. llaberry.: deceased. J. G. Alvarez
of blanching the shoots. Thisis vegetables are harvested, or it may who, accordiiis to the history boo'ks. deceased. or either of them. or otherwise; and BecausitPurifiesSEAD }

practically light-proof and should be planted in between the rows of inhabited Lu/Liiid before the Anglo- all parties claiming an interest in the property 0
hereinafter described or part thereof.
Saxons killed them off. the Blood
t have sides from 18 to 24 inches high. corn..at the last.cultivation.. lying, _and .being. in the_City. of.Starke, Bradford .
ll vame them wouldat
The temperature inside this should When grown to be used as a pas- you across you County state or ionoa to-wit: WHAT NOTED PEOPLE SAT OF
once notice something curious about 46? feet Eeast and West by 50 feet North i
be.about 70 decrees Fhr. The soil ture for hogs, cowpeas can be plantedat them. do look and South bounded on South by land of E. LIPPMAN'S GREAT REMEDY-P. P. P. '
They not like Englishmen -
West W.
Johns on East by Street on by
time from the middle of March
(or sand) should be a little warmer, any at all. They are short as swarthyas line of SEIA ofNW%. See. 28 Tp. 6. S. R.22 E. Dr. AHdredje Regency Texas. write: Rabbi Solomon, ef tae Savuiaa Co.'a .- :
say 80 degrees. To obtain this temperature until the first of August To get the Spaniards with narrow heads on North by land Jacob Johns in the City of It is the leading'blood purifier. fTtgation.writes i"Had seven attacks of "
I very
Starke. do appear to the said Bill of Complaint Dr.Whitehemd.Metealfe.Ga.prescribes Malarial fever luting from a week to ten
it is best to partially inclose best results from cowpeas as pasture, and with curiously cut profiles. on or before the 4th day of May. 1914. it. and with P.P.P.completely eared J. days. I took your medicine as a forlorn ,
4 .. the snare beneath the bed. they should be planted at intervals of There are whole villagefuls of these the same being a ruls day of this court. H. Davidson WhoShad suffered fifteen hope. but now" cou!... that P.P.1'. was '"'j;
with blood poison and sorea. a real benefit.
: And this order be published once a week for years ."
: To obtain the shoots, corms of the two weeks. By planting every two modern ancient Britons, though the 12 consecutive weeks in Bradford County IT WILL HELP YOU, TOO-AT ALL DRUCCI$TS-I.OO

daheen, weighing 2 to 3 pounds or weeks, fresh pasture can be had for villages are very few and very out of Telegraph a weekly newspaper of ventral i
circulation published in said Bradford
County F. V. GEORGIA
I the at all times the the way. It is this out of the wayness LIPPMAN.S.VANNAH.
more, are planted in a fairly warm hogs during Florda. i
that has kept them so distinct from WITNESS the Honorable J. T. Wills. Judgeof
place in very moist sand or sandy spring, summer, and early fall Whenone the country people around them. sad: Circuit Court. and also my official .

aofl. "Conn" is the term used to plot of ground is pastured off it signature u well aa the seal of this Court, :
: C Some of these villages have not even this the 3rd day of February 1914 at Starke, -- ==--.-- ,
describe the bulb-like root of the plant can be plowed up and replanted, so had road communication with the rest Florida.W. j

"tuber" is used describe that the same piece of ground will T. Weeks. Clerk Circuit Court '
aa to that.of of the world till comparatively recent By R. A. Weeks. Deputy Clerk. I

the $tato half-and-half mixture grow two or three crops during the times. A. S. Crews Solicitor for Claimant. (L.S.)

; off!sand and ordinary potting soil has $ear. One of these curious colonies is at Feb. 6-12U JOHNSON & ,ANDERSON'

Planting Dunsfold. In Surrey. Bedfordshire, too, I
gjten good results. The corms are just OBDEK OF PUBLICATION

: cohered, the terminal bud being at the Cowpeas should be planted in a has some villages of "black men."- In the draft Court 8th JudIcial drnit. AUTOMOBILE LWERYSERVICE
London Tit-Bits. Bradf.rd Comfy Florida
urface. Provision must.be made for well prepared seed-bed. This can be
Edward Manley
keeping the shoots in total darkness prepared by thoroughly plowing the VS. STARKE, FLORIDA .
I Confusion. W. J. HitoaM c._,.., et al
from the'time ground, and then using a good tooth
they begin to grow. Three ladies as they shot in an observation BiD to Ita... CUad and Quiet Title i, .
:. Water should be supplied often enough larrow. When good seed-bed has car Californiaward through the To All Whom it May Concern. Greeting: RATES FOR ROAD TRIPSHampton J ;:
been mark off the It appearing by the sworn bill of complaintin \. ..
k ta'keep.the sand or soil continuously prepared, rows two I superheat scenery in the world fell to the above entitled cause that there are per- .
moist. or two and a half feet apart. Plant talking about dogs."I IOU interested in the property described in one passenger $UI,round trip$2; two passengers
A the said bill of complaint and involved in $2, round trip $3. and
the seed the of Lawtey Sampson City same rates as
at rate about one-half
, The first crop of shoots is usually don't know a thing about dogs, this suit other than the known defendants

! ready for in 35 to 40 days bushel per acre. As soon as the young said the first lady. "They're all just and that the names and residences of such Hampton. Raiford one passenger $3, rcund trip $4; two passengers
t .catting. to If I have persons are unknown to the complainant and $4 round trip $5. Lake Butler one paeaenger13.50. '
dogs me. a preference.
plants are one to two inches high .
after From -
p & ting. 6 to 10 cuttings that in the said bill relief ia prayed against
, it i can: be made at intervals of 10 to 14dysj' give good cultivation. Perhaps two though, it's for the cob." such unknown persons: roun4trip $4.50; two passengers $4.50, round trip $,(. AH oth ef
, "Cobs are nice-so affectionate," Therefore it ia ordered that all parties points at proportionate rates. Special rates to Cars
cultivations will be all that is parties.
, :depending,upon temberature and neces- claiming an interest in the property herein-
the second "But I'm
agreed lady. no handled careful
'J! after described, or any part thereof under by drivers. .
"? the size of the corms used. The sary. When the crop l reaches a heightof dog sharp" either. Still. I must say my G. W. Robinson, deceased late o fAlachua

shoots are cut close to the conn, and fifteen to eighteen inches, it will choice of a dog would be a mustang. bounty, Florida. or otherwise; and all parties Careful Attention '
claiming an interest in the property hereInafter to Repair Work
'b far b e time to begin pasturing. Under such watch aren't
aa .as practicable, before the leaves They're good dogs. described or any part thereof lying
favorable conditions the will be they?" to-wit;
, begin to expand. .They will then usually crop
The South half of Sections one and two
r" be 8 to 16 inches long. ready to pasture in about six or eight "I don't know one dog from another" In the County of Bradford. State of Florida 1

,, After the become exhausted weeks after planting. said the third lady.HI Just divide in Townshrip 6 South Range 22 East do appear -
corms them into big dogs and little dogs. I'm to the sa :
: .. which is indicated by the weak growth Some prefer: to sow the seed broadcast the 6th day of April 1914 the same beIng -
very fond of a hackney, thoughImean. a rule day of this Court; and that this F
: cat the shoots, they are discarded. sown broadcast, one bushel order be published week for 12
. of course. for a lap dog. -Chi- once a con-
t" Out of doorsin a warm region, as :ir a bushel and a half of seed shouldbe RecordHerald.Her secutive yeeks in the Bradford County Telegraph I I
,. cago a_ weekly. newspaper of_general cir- SEEDSSEEDS
,' in lonoa*, Ute corms may be planted sown per acre. ulation in tile said Bradford County, Flor

!' Eh rows in sandy soil and the shoots Whn cowpeas are planted between Ida. I
Superior English. i POTATOES
j .; blanched by ridging the soil as growth the rows of corn at the last cultiva- James Ross and his daughter Janet Judge' of said Circuit Court and also my ,

; progresses. Instead of ridging the tion they may be allowed to mature, from Canada visited relatives in Chicago Court official, this signature the 31 as day well of as December.the seal 1913 of th's at MELONS ETC Burt or 90 day, Seed o ts. Selected

soil, boards may be used, as in blanching or kept until about the time the first recently. Day after day Janet Starke. Florida. Seed _Field Corn, Cow or Field Peas, Velvet Beans,

k. celery, but the shoots must at pods begin to turn yellow. When fed and her father went sightseeing, always Clerk W. T.Circuit WEEKS Court Chufas, Peanuts, Sorghum, Millet.. '..

I f' any stage of.their growth be exposed to hogs at this stage of maturity together. By R. A. Weeks D. C. WRITE FOR OUR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE

; id fight-for any considerable length along with corn, it will be found that Janet's aunt. noticing this, one day A.Y.LONGANDLE.FUTCU19lSt Solicitor for Complainant. j, Reliable Seed for all crops. The oldest established and largest .
that she let her father
i;_ of time. the hogs will make rapid gains, and downtown suggested alone some time. jokingly go seed house in Florida.

. : The shoots have been found to will produce pork of a good quality. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
adding. do not like have
j! veil, fort several days'if in a jcool Varieties. always tagging along." CHAPTER 4888. LAWS OF
: : place. As they'.are'very succulent, /There are many varieties of cow- "Aye. abnty. but he wahnts me" explained Hereby Notice b FLORIDA.given that R. D. Clayton 206 East Bay,St, Jacksonville, Fla.

11C/w !er,-it is'better that *Jie :.periodetjtorage peas. There tie, however, some varieties Janet earnestly. "He canna purchaser of Tax Certifleatea numbered repectively >

be>very limited-not over better adapted to our conditions thole to stir oot o* the boose his lane. 'Tax Collector 154. 156 of Bradford 167 and 164 County issued, Florda by the Feb 6-tL

t two to four,days when'available. A than others. Out of over a hundredand Ye wadna beleeve boo fasht he is ony- "ach of said Certificates bearing date June '
where wl'oot me. Ye see, Thither 5th. 1911. baa filed said certificates in my _
little ventilationl is: fifty varieties teted at the Experiment -
l \ n-ell ry, but as office and baa made application for Tax
", au,. shoot soon wilt if evaporation Station we found that the taa'ks sic braid Scoatch that stranger Deed to issue in accordance with law.
folk dlnna ken what It's a' aboot, an' I The said Certificates embrace the follow
is too rapid a paraffined paper should Jrabham and Iron gave the best re ng lands in Bradford County Florida assessed --
hae dae the
tae gang wi' him tae converrsln.Everybody's. -.
-- ,
at the date of the issuance of said -
be used ia sults.
wrapping' and a' slight "
Certificates in the names and under the dates
I opening leftSometimes FertilizationIt respectively hereinafter ',
I. particularly set forth, I
when the will not be found to to-wit: % ,
t. shoots are to necessary
Not So Dutiful. CERTIFICATE NO. 154. embraces N% of
\' be kept for,only a day or two before apply fertilizer for cowpeas, unless "Where will Mrs. Dobs go now that NW% of NE14 See 14. Tp 8 S.R 22 E. 20

1 : using, it may be advisable to wrap they are planted on poor sandy soil.Near both her daughters are married-to her acres CERTIFICATE assessed Hudson NO. 156.A: Dominiei.embraces "W14 of fIN

! first in wet paper and then with paraf- S son-in-law's house in Birmingham or SE% See 14. Tp 8. S.R. 22 E. 40 acres assessed / .

r fined especially if the place to that of her son-in-law in Leeds?' John P. PrattCERTIFICATE 1 STOCK '
rf.{ paper to It. NO. 157. embraces W% See
1 r. where they are to be kept is'not Hoax-I thonebt you said that the "One wants her in Birmingham, and 14, Tp 8. S.R. 22 E, 320 acres assessed I 0 PLAlmRS ,
the other wishes she would go to Jnknown. n&tws STEAM PEEDS
quite cool enough. man was a musician. CERTIFICATE VO. MATCHERS
-'. 1: Leeds." 164. embraces NWU lEU' FEED RIP
A special method of cooking is Jou-Nonsense! ofNW.Sec23 TP8,2.R.ZZE.4oacres, TOWER EDGERS
required -
;' S
"You 'me "What dutiful sons-in-law! assessed Hudson &: Dominici.
told be
1 for blanched dasheen shoots melodies certainly" wrote "I beg your pardon. The one In Bir- UNLESS SAID CERTIFICATES shall be PERKINS' SHIXGLB JttACHIXRRY. '. I
! order redeemed according to law. Tax Deed will issue EXCISES, up to 40 b. SAWMILLS
In U bitterness
destroy a in
her Leeds
"1 told yon be was a composer of mingham wants ; the one thereon on the 16th day of March A.D.
) ,of taste. They should never be lelrs. He sells soothing sirup."-London In Leeds wants her in Birmingham. 1914. BOILERS SAWDUST up to 40 .. Lfckt a... BuY
r tasted London Tit-Bits. CA.'Y\"ETOR5
raw. Telegraph. Clerk Circuit Court Bradford Co., Fla. GASOLINE EXCISES
The following recipes, although pre Feb. 13-5t By B. A. Weeks. Deputy Clerk. LATH MILLS STEASITEEDS

: pared with a good deal of care, are Presence of Mind. The Basis of Society. STATE mLLSDISSTOX

l. not considered as final, and it is hoped Mother (to daughter, who Is being The wealth and strength of a coun- Thirty NOTICE days after OF date GUARDIAN the first publication SALE. of lAW BITS for all SAWS makes .f 3SEAFTINO

that housewives and other win try carried off through the air by a blast try are its population and the very this nofce I will apply to the Honorable Ceo. h1q
of wind ttm Has caught her umbrella best part of that population are the \. Gardiner county judge of Bradford county, PULLETS BOXES
modifications of them. cultivators of the soil Independent Florida, for an order to sell at private sale BELTIIIG 4 Trade*--med].. to bftt
!t lengths, on'an abundance ETA -Hold tight Emilia I will go and farmers the undivided One Eighth interest each of LOG CHAINS CAXT HOOKS '
: pour telephone to the aviation ground and are everywhere the basis of Vaseoe Dale and Calista Demaria Alvarez TONGS .
" (1)) Cut the shoots into 2-inch society as well as the true friends of Minor heirs of Vaseoe Alvarez deceased in EVERYTHING FOB THE
them send
get to an aeroplane after
and to the
following parcel of land situate SAWMILL
abundance of boiling
lengths, pour an you.-Lustige Blatter. in Bradford county, Florida and described u .
L water, add salt, and boil for 12 follows. to-wit: Wi'It0t0. :
-- Fine. From the N.W. corner of S.W.14 of NE%. Prices
minutes; drain, pour on enough cold Wrong Again. See. 29. Tp 6 SR.22 E.runS.2l0feetfor 4 .

milk so that the shoots will be completely "There Is Judge-Thirty days. Prisoner Oh. a point of beginning then run S.. One degree \ % .
new under the please don't seryl me to jail. your hon East 810 feet thence E. 670 feet thence N..
-.. covered when it boils season sun." quoted the Sage. Forty Five minutes West
or. Jud e-Well then. I'll make it $ O.How's 810 feet thence,W
with sailt, and boil for 5 minutes; "How abont the antique furnltnrer thaf? Prisoner-Fine.-Buffalo G8a feet to point of beginning.Alta Alvarei : ;

drain, season with butter, and serve asked._,.the--Fool.-CincJnnati- Enqnlrw. Express. Feb. 20-6t.Cuardian ** the above named miDon. : : .

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:} are now regarded as plants for the business WOMEN OF JAPAN. He Was Serious. .
of farming, and any reduction in UNDER A LEOPARDAnd Father-Jnnc. are tbat young man's

'r their profits through unnecessarily The Old Time "Three Obediences" No FIVE YEARS. intentions serious? Daughter think

heavy costs for hauling! on bad roads Longer Dominate Her. co. pa. He says our carriage shed could r

.f BY GOVERNMENT naturally reduces their capitalization r From the beginning of Japanese history Mr. Johnson be easily transformed into a garage i
Into; values. With reduced cost for of St. and the attic would make a dandy billiard
Just Within the Reach of the to the introduction of Chinese
hauling; profits are increased with the Elmo, Illinois : room and bowling\ alle).-Houston
women occupied a'ery '
; result that the shows satisfactory Jaws of Death. wastroubled Post
farm plant -
high place! in Japan and tilled positions

: :: FARM EXP RTS value. earnings on a higher. capital of importance and honor In state, religion years with five 1 The Art of Oratory."I .

and household. Several empresses catarrh. The
have been giving
suppose yon your
The automobile also has begun to
at different times ruled tbe em- catarrh was people out home something to think

be an important factor in increasing fire. The greatest lights in tbe worldof so severe in about?" |

: \ No. VIII.-Bookkeeping on rural values where good roads:; are in- pure Japanese literature are both his case a, sfi:
"No. replied Senator Sorghum. "I
troduced. Immigration is Particularly courage, Presence of Mind and a Lucky that his life'' -
women Murasaki Shikibu and SeiSbouagon. have been telling them stories to
Farm-Profitable Pro- marked where road conditions are favorable Knife Thrust Put Him Out of Peril. seemedthreatened. funny
; superb productions. k'tMp them from thinking Washington 1
in fact the figures of the Curious Experience With a Vicious anti "Maknrano .
duction of Hogs. "Genjl Monogatari'1 As he expresses Star. !
department seem<< to indicate that good Man Eater In South Africa. Soshi" are strong proofs of a large it I .

roads indirectly! increase the demandfor "Bulala" Taylor was one of the'early measure of liberty and of high posi- himself, he Cheerfulness and content are great

rural property and the price of tion in society enjoyed by women of had "one beautifiers and are famous preserversof
in the South African
: farm land, like that of commodity settlers country -
r- any the time. It was ehieOy the Confucian :foot in the youthful 10lkDic"ens.
is ruled by the relations between demand that is now Matabeleland. He was gra,-e." i
hand doctrine of the three obediences: Of ..... .... .. ....
right course
and supply. the Chartered company's Obedience while jet unmarried to a 't

man in those days and the natives father; obedience while married, to a he tried to :. r
get relief.
:'- Creamery Industry rid him in wholesome respect. Store husband: obedience! while widowed! to :Many practitioners-

I. The creamery industry of the coun- than once he checked threatening disorder a son. that changed; the primitive state NOTICESOO

J try has developed to such an extent almost single handed, and when of comparative freedom and iiidepend- were con- ""

that in most dairy sections rompeti ever thereas an uprising it was Bu- ence of woman. Buddhism and feudalism sulted and a MR. S. S. JOHNSONcatarrh

I' tion has become so keen that creamery ala who took command of tbe white contributed also to place women St.Elmo, Illinois. MEN 500 MEN
operators, in order to be successful Specialist in
In inferior and state of dependence.
forces. But this is a story of Bulala an position
w must use every means within their St. Louis was tried. He got so weak Five hundred laborers ''
ei junior, his son a stocky little chip of
r power to keep their operating expensesat and thoroughly run down that he declares -
the old block. It happened during one Many Americans assume that women
a minimum and also market their he could not walk more thana wanted by the
of the father's absences in the field. : still occupy an inferior position in.Japan hundred yards without resting.
the best advan-
products to possible
tage. Opportunities for increasing the The youngster, left in charge of the under the law. But this is not Few people understand that catarrhis Dunnellon Phosphate I

family commissariat, spent two or i true.: During tbe last fifty years female a constant drain on the system.
(Official News Summary of Up to Date revenues of creameries are sometimes three evenings each week in bunting education has spread throughout The discharge of mucus which Is Company to work in
overlooked and wasteful practices are i ;
Matters Compiled by the United he: Western going on in such cases is largely com-
country. jurisprudencehas
-and with invariable success, for he
.._ States Department of Agriculture.) often permitted.: However reports to superseded Chinese and a grea'revolution posed of blood serum, and is a great their mines in the
was -crack" shot for all his youth.
the department of agriculture show an .waste. Sooner or later it will weaken

department of agriculture improved condition in the creameries.The One morning he was late-hours late. has come over the social the strongest man. neighborhood of Dun- :'

1 THE putting out a system of department recommends* that His mother became anxious and sent and legal position of woman. The According to reports received from

bookkeeping emphasizes the products of the creamery be util- some Kaffirs out to take up his spoor.A new civil code of Japan created a pew :Mr. Johnson, he was in a desperate nellon. Standard wag :
\ legal woman. It proceeds tbeprinciple condition but he found relief from j
the importance of the farmer ized to better advantage. If creamery little way out they met his horse upon I

conducting his farm on a businesslike managers will do this and also under- limping home shivering and bleeding \ of equality of the sexes and bin trouble. We will let him say how es. Apply to any
he found His piant'I
it words
makes distinction between own say:
I no men
basis. Farming is a business the take some side lines that will use from many wounds. I
"My friends told me to take Pe :
same as banking or running a department I spare power and labor, the creamerieswill The little baas must be killed! and women in their enjoyment and ex runa and, I did so. I now feel that or 1 .

store the department states. It be placed on a better paying ba- Tbe Kaffirs were off a'cng the trackas ercise of private rights so long as the Peruna has saved my life It Is the Foreman.

la a business which involves the production sis by reducing the operating expenses. fast as their feet would carry them. woman remains single. She may now best medicine on earth, and I would

and sale of several kinds of The sale of sweet cream and the manufacture They wanted to save the boy's remains become the head of the bouse. She not be without it" j

products.The of ice cream are amojig the before the lion could eat them. may exercise parental authority over This seems almost too good to be DUNNELLON PROS".i

; problem of the farmer is to meet suggestions offered by the departmentto They found the remains-of a leopard her child. If her husband be dead she true. No doubt there are some read- PHATE CO.

conditions on his own farm in a increase the output of dairies.It -and Bulala junior was calmly skinning may adopt children she may make era that will think so. The above I i
which gives him the greatest net re is stated that in some sections of them. A few feet away was the contracts, acquire or dispose of prop- by statements writing, Mr.however Johnson., can be verified Rockwell, Florida.JOHNINGL1S I
the the sale of sweet cream erty in her own name. In short she
turns for his labor and the use of his country torn carcass of a freshly killed buck.In Every home should be provided with President. !t]
has proved satisfactory and profitable.It may be a party to legal transac-
capital. lie should receive interest on awe the Kaffirs squatted round any the last edition of "The Dls of Life," March 62t.
not only has enabled:'creameries to and with the interjection of an tion so long as she remains unmarried. t
his capital as well as wages for his only sent free by the Peruna Co., Colum-
labor; but owing to the lack of proper market their cream most economically occasional "Aough!" of admiration When<< she is married her state of cov I bus, Ohio. \,

records, few farmers know what wages but has been a means of improv- listened to the man-child's story. erture obliges her .to obtain the per 1 ___ 4
ing the quality of the product general mission of her husband before
they actually receive. There is reason "Insirabe.; said Bulala junior, addressing doing

to believe that the majority of the six ly. The method usually employed bycreameries himself to the oldest Kaffir certain acts. such as contracting debts. Words From Astrology. -" Ii

and a half million farmers of the coun- in selling sweet cream Is "you see the little duykerhok. I killed instituting I legal l proceedings, enteringinto Astrology has mad laNtinz: impression -

try are really living on the interest of to grade the milk or cream in the receiving turn, and he afterward saved my life. contracts of personal service etc. upon the language: "fj'Jh'r"I I DO WHAT
room. If the whole milk is re- But though she does these acts means nothing but "'nitrarr tar'Influence" .
their investments rather than on the I thought the bok would be enough: even I.
ceived it is at once run through a sep- appear to have come from I
profits of their farms. meat for all of us. and was slowly I ; riding without her husband's permission they YOU
arator and the cream secured, havinga not'oid. the iutlin:: of pl.uu-uin: lower upon !
Farm bookkeeping does not require home. The ground was stony antthe are but only voidable. ..
fort ': ..11 wmd 1 i
definite Amount of fati1 farm separated the i.vii! as
bush thick. The made From a Bulletin of Japan Society of
that the account be kept In a sun me :
particular and it does,, ." .I.j.t! : ," itmngb
cream<< is received "aspect" i : PLEASE WITH
form or a certain side of the drowsy, and 1 wasn't careful to look 1\
upon .. ... .
not contain the required amount of we ini;!li; ,..I... ni it :1,111 tbfiti
about me. The horse bad to pick hIs
page but it is a logical i selection and
fat it is eparnted in order to bringit without! u..trnIhan': ; !ii.li.iiy! been i
arrangement of farm data to permit way. Just as he turned that big bush EYES OF A PIG. OTHERBUSINESS .
to the standard required. hl'!l>cil l II y Ii. Hven 'VvBMuVr. or I :. J
correct interpretation.The be almost ran over this leopard.
Cans used for shipping sweet cream rather its tjiitin oriairal'cou; .- >rlre.** I .1 I
difficulties of farm bookkeepingare 1 don't know which was most surprised Did You Know They Closely Resemble
must be perfectly clean: if a fine quality is bclit'xul to nave bti'Dtarted by : : I J
the horse or the leopard or I.
overestimated. Those
generally Complex: of a Human Being?
of cream is to be furnished. The ueaiiing uliM-rvatimi of the stare
forms and methods do not always The leopard baa no time to turn back; Your eye are like a pig's.: If any- "
cans should: he washed and steamed Isioll'rAnd ;oviul'. and aitTcurial" i,
mean successful farm accounting, for he just hd to spring. Before my eyes body told you so you would doubtlessfeel I BUT WEWILL
Immediately sifter the crt>:ulI bas been allude!! to planetary influence.-Chicago
could and close twice the I
sometimes a few of well open Insulted. And such statl'ment
pages selected removed from them and before any yet a Nevv. 1.1
records are of more practical value allowed harden on on my horses shoulders trying toget would be quite correct. Your
portion is to dry or I j
a grip with his claws intb the bok
than volumes of Inasmuch much like
figures. as the can or liwoine dl"l'OI:1pnSl'l1.ft r eyes are very a plg's-more Electrical Displays.The ,
the farm business and the home in front of me. indeed than like other I
are reached the so. are any I
the cans Lave crea1Dl'rythey and scientific explanation of electrical -
practically inseparable personal and should be rinsed and sterilized "The horse squealed jumped animal's. displays is that where there is a APPRECIATEYOUR 'j
Sew of hands and i
my gun out my This is of the curious,
household accounts are needed to balance tbe'u drained and cool- .. one most
with live steam, sufficient difference of potential In
found back the
the books. Both of these accountsare myself lying on my on truths of physiology. A pig's eye so '
used. If is exercised -
ed before again care adjacent states of electricity there is a
The IiUIl'bok
ground. was lying
closely resembles that of a human FIREINSURANCE .j
best handled the itemsas
by grouping and
in grading, pasteurizing across my stomach and legs, and the sudden flash of light and a sharp
much as |K>*MbIe. cooling the cream it may be shipped leopard was clawing and biting him being as to serve a very important sound: l'au t'Iby the struggle to at- j
A complete inventory is the first and for considerable distances and with practical purpose. Young men who t j
tain equilibrium. The dash is light-
frantically. 1 felt the blood from his
most in starting the are learning; to be eye doctors arc I
important ac
step reasonable care remain<< in good condition fling; the noi.se thunder whether the
body trickling through my shirt in-
taught the rudiments of their business
determination of

counts.values is a matter. of good judgment proper, I| A great for a week many or creameries more. have suc- simbe"From, 1 was the corners frightened of my! eyes 1 saw with the help of pigs':: eyes. They dissect lengths one-thousandth of alternating of an: discharges inch or three are J. R. DAVIS & CO. : .!

them and practice all sorts oi
aided of current market i
by a study cessfully undertaken the manufacture my rifle but it was too far off to reach operations on them from removing a miles as in streak lightning.-New Agency Established 1886 I II
prices. The cash transactions on a of ice cream as a side line. The enormous ;
York American.Rhythm.
1 just had to lie and play dead. if I I cataract to the snipping: of the muscl I I
farm be in several but of
kept ,
may ways Increase in the consumption
moved a muscle and the leopard saw it STARKE FLA. 1
which control the movements of the
entering the items directly in their respective with the tact thatIt ,
ice cream together -1
be would blow and finishme. In I
give me out in their orbits. If an oculist happens Rowing.
accounts to be one of sale in the small eyes 1
appears is now generally on
Once or twice he looked up at to be puzzled about an operation Rowing means much more than mere .
the most satisfactory methods. towns as well as in the large ones, has 1
half closed exercise of muscles.
me. and through my eyes be to perform he sometimes Over it all lies
A thorough:; understanding of what opened new fields for its manufacture.Profit expects
1 saw the blood dripping from his gets one or more fresh pigs' eyes from the strong spell of ordered movement. .'

constitutes farm receipt and expenses: jaws. It was lucky be was so hungry. the butcher and makes experiments the delight of pure rhythm which the

is necessary;' otherwise the profit of In Hogs. "At last bis hunger wore off Inrimbe. with them.A rowing man Is perfectly justified la .

the farm U seldom figured correctly.A To produce pork profitably hog He got to his feet and came pig's eye in a live pig's head does claiming must be experienced to be !

i farm is a combination of enterprises must be fed and grazed on permanent and smelled my face. Spots of thick not look much like a buman eye. it understood.-London Field. SMOKEA.P.H.
and study of each enterprise in its and planted .
a particularly
pastures crops blood drioped on to my cheeks. Oh. In- is small and not very intelligent in
relation to the others is of the utmost for is the advice of the ex-
them simbe did you ever lie and let a expression. When the pig is dead Unloaded."Did .

importance. Wheat may be a profitable perts of the farmers' cooperativebranch snake's tongue lick your face? He however, and the eye is taken out it yon gain in weight after your

crop to grow, oak an unprofitableone. of the bureau of plant industry breathed over me and smelled me care- is hardly distinguishable from the eye bunting trip?"

Records of the separate farm,enterprises : United States department of agriculture. fully, then satisfied 1 was dead.. went of a person. "Only temporarily. I went back as .

will show the facts in each "Seldom is the growing of back to his meal. Human eyes do not vary much to soon as tbe doctor removed the shot.- .

case. hogs for slaughter a source of profit "For minutes which seemed like size and ID themselves they have mo Washington Star CIGARS

Labor distribution records are seldom -I unlesg proper grazing and feeding hours the Jeopard tore and chewed expression whatever. When it la said .

kept by farmers yet such rec- methods are followed. and as'tie became Jess hungry be be- that a person bas large eyes it meanssimply TIME TO ACT. ;

ords are In many respects equally as "In the spring summer and fall there came more particular. Two or three that the opening.between the Made in Starkennnw

important as the cash account A'' are many crops for pasturing hogs, but times be changed bis position and each lids is larger than ordinary. It is tbe Don't Wait for the Fatal Stages of

good ba'ik hllull't' i> often<< the resultof during the winter the crops to select time 1 wanted to snout in fear. If I I lids that are wholly responsible for Kidney Illness. Profit By

the ellieieiU i.-e of farm labor. i. o could onjy get at my' bunting knife. ocular expression. which is capable of People's Experiences.

Crops \\li.tii are grown 11a profit which I ':on Id feel in my belt; but I such wonderful variations.-Mew York 1

may by heat;; !11'11 to u poor (lass? of dared not move. American.
Occasicnal attacks of backache, irregular -
live st<* k u.ne this! profit turned into "At last the beast began to drag tbe I.

a loss. Give slut u rwauU. although ba bok off me in order to get at its other Clever Scheme. urination,headaches and dizzy

not so easy to kt'I'fl i as those on crops Ride. As the bok slipped off I moved "There is no use talking women are spells are frequent symptoms of

are often morn useful to the farmer "?"a.t: with ir. as part of It. And 1 grasped foxy." t kidney disorders. It's an. error to

It is i>oor ioii'y tu lose I)) injudicious ; i my knife. Even then I dared not get "What tio you mean?"
:} < neglect these ills The attacks
,. .. .1 may
... .t. i waited and waited. At -
feeding tbe i.nuts m the crops grown ': ;" up. just "Take that wife of mine. She casu-
:) for
pass off a time but generally
Live stock |iriHln t'titlU record are a ? ;'r.1. : last & chance came to make my one ally asked me what size of gloves I 1 M

guide to the i'itities! tlf animals kept ,.. ..-, stab. I was desperate, and I took It. wear." return with greater intensity. Dn'tdelay I'JN **fo*;v,

Good accounts are within the reachof = ..- Y' I.lSJ:1: Tbe leopard stood up to stretch hIm- "1 see-as if you couldn't guess that a minute. Begin taking Doan's lfi.\S M'5f 7?iAit >t

every farmer The few inmates ;r: ... "f"'-;;:' ,' '!' self and looked away from me. she was going to buy you gloves Kidney Pills, and keep up their use
: j
regularly spwit 1111 them will yield lar- .#o 4"'ta/f ..,.;.:0-.,:lltit: '1!>..""."k"f"' 'v.Y.",.,.','_.,".,.,>,. "I jumped to my feet and made a "That's just the point. She bought until the desired results are obtained.

equal auouut of <. < -- ,' """M .'''' :-.7'" blind slash at his bind quarters Then slippers the size of my hand." Good work in Starke the effectiveness -
ger rl'turuthiIU au f' ..*,t'\l.; .",".,....;. ,,.... .,:..,, proves
time devoted to farm work. |>io\ided f'-: :;:.::...,ot .., ....:.....>\" :..,_.,..........;..:'.1. :;,"..' 1 sprang away; not a bit too soon "Then what did she ask you about of this great kidney
"'"oit. : 'fj't
<.$.:.. '!' ..; <::. : ( :-7'i either. See shirt Insimbe? ?"
j.. proper use J> matte of the information W' '""' "' <...'it- my the gloves for remedy.
the records l'Ol1tlll.J" "He leaped on me and his fore paws -So that 1 wouldn't know she Intended
Mrs. E. B. Johns Sanderson St.
A WELL FED 80. face ,
grazed me and threw me on my to buy 6lippers.-DetroIt Free
and Starke, Fla., : "I suffered from
When 1 scrambled up again Press. says
.:;: Good Country Roads Pay. from are limited. On almost every RUB MY TISI
reached my rifle he bad collapsed and backaches and pains in my loins. Two -

The direct eHect that cbaujdng; bad farm the production and keeping of was snapping and spitting like a cat Drawing the Line.Offit'erWhat's boxes of Doan's Kidney Pills relieved '
roads into good roads has upon land in winter are expensive and gen- Will cure your Rheumatism
"'.' hogs My wild cut bad hamstrung bis near the matter with that these symptoms of kidney complaint.I .
value and the general economic welfare 1- erally not profitable, for the good rea- Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps, i
bind leg."He / soup you're turning your nose up at? ahve since recommended this remedyto
is shown in several of corn are ,
: of a community son that large quantities only sat and snapped for an in Private-It's full of Band and grit. sir. t'
friends and I know of several
II concrete illustrations gathered by fed without products of green crops. my ,
stunt though: tben tbe pain and anger Officer-Now, look here, my man. did "
of agri- grazing is needed, for who have taken it with success.
the United States department More winter
rushed at me on
made him mad and be to to grumble or to
come camp
has Issued a are adapted the you Price 50c at all dealers. Don't
; culture. The department which many crops ,
:; three f
legs. serve country? PrlfRte-Well. 1 :
-.:' statement on the subject. based upon most reliable being, however rape, rye, "1 shot him. See how the hair Is did come your to serve my country, sir. but simply ask for a kidney remedy-get samel"I

a mass of Information gathered by oats. wheat and barley. singed round the bullet bole,Lnsimber'Youth's not to eat it-Boston Transcript.Not Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that ,

the office of public roads which is I "For grazing purposes these crops Companion.Explained Mrs. Warren had. FosterMilburnCo. > t

making: a special study of tbe economic should be sown on especially well
: Buffalo N. Y.Advertisament
Very Green. ., Props., .
effect of road Improvement in the drained and prepared land that is rich : f
at Last. "Odd. i n't It. how buman ways are (
country. According to data gathered or that has received a applica- fame
Robert'sfather. .
"At your age. said young in such direct contradiction to nature
where good roads replace bad ones, tion of manure. Good winter pasturage and --- ;::
"I was compelled to wait ?"
the values fir farm lands bordering on does not thrive except on the best .
eat at the second table wben we bad "In what. for instance?"
the roads increase to such an extent drained lands. Other lands are entirely "

that the cost of road improvement is too cold and lacking in air for win- company. child remarked. "Did you ever find anything green
"Mother. the "you "
about a widow? Baltimore
; equalized If not exceeded. The gen- ter plant growth. have often wondered where dad got American. Bradford County i

, eral land values as well as farm values I "The seeding should be heavy to Insure his table manners. Now we know.- ,

'r. show marked advances following a thorough stand. The young Chicago RecordHerald.Drudgery .
That Sense of Humor.
'. the improvement of roads. plants will grow slowly In the winter.
You occasionally find a man who Abstract
As the roads in no way affect soil and many plants will be needed to CompanyA
is as necessary to call ont realizes that be cnn't sing, but younever
,. fertility of the farm ad- of pasturing. Crimson ,
quality furnish plenty
or top treasure of the mind a!' are bar saw one that didn't think be had Bradford lands
vanes are due essentially to the decrease clover will do well with rape. rye. rowing and planting to obtain those of a keen sense of humor.-New Orleans complete record of County I

...., in the' cost of bauling produce oats wheat and barley and will mean the earth. Picayune. Land Tides Real Estate Investment "
to market or shipping point. Farms an improvement on the land.

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announcements, not exceeding one '
1t inch in length will be printed under this Rev. D. L. Phillips filled his regula '

in heading advance.for the uniform price of five dollars appointment at Alachua Saturday and A BRONCHIAL COUGH

Sundy.Mr. is and dangerous because the inflamed
County News Items TAX COLLECTOR. C. C. Scaff closed a very successful wearing
: I hereby announce that I an a candidate. term of school here Friday I mucus-filled tubes interfere with breathing and the
for re-election to the office of Tax Collectorfor i C fresh air through that unhealthy tissue. c '
Bradford county and solicit the votes of Mr. Jerrie Wither who has been at passes
all Democratic electors. I promise, if elected, Probably no other remedy affords such prompt
; Interesting Facts Gathered During the Week by Our to discharge the duties of the office faithfully.B. Plant City for some time returned Scott's Emulsion -;'
M. DOWLl G. home Saturday.Mr. and permanent relief as ; it \
Regular. Correspondents heals the linings of the throat
checks cough
)j. R. E. Hess, of Lawtey visited the
FOR TAX COLLECTORI and bronchial tubes and strengthens the lungs too 1
and .
here Sunday.Mr.
I Saturday
take this manner of announcing my candi.
-- dacy for the office of Tax Collector of Brad- C. H. Hilliard visited at Rai.f avert tuberculosis. This point cannot be emphaIJ';
ford County subject to the Democratic Primary '
N sized strongly-that Scott's Emulsion has 1
LAWTEYMr. LAKE BIITLER in June and earnestly solicit the sup rd Friday. too .

Chas. H. Churchill, of Jack Mrs. C. S. Anderson received the sad I. and port efficient of the electors service; at if same.elected.I pledge prompt Mr. I. J. Phillips visited at Raiford been suppressing bronchitis; for forty years and

sonville was a business visitor to news of his wife's death last Thurs- E. R. POPPELL.FOR Monday.This :j will help YOU
I Be careful avoid substitutes and insist on SCOTT'S.AT .
the first of the week.
Lawtey d y.Irs.. Anderson had just a few place was visited by a very
Messrs. J. T. Gardir.er and M. A. before written of her intentionto COUNTY candidate for I i rain Saturday and some .
days I hereby announce myself a severe very .. '
ago' ) t Rice, of Randolph, X. Y., and Jerome come home. Owing to an accident, the democratic nomination for the office of severe cold Sunday and Monday, which
treasurer of Bradford county, Florida
county .
Smith, of Syracuse, N. Y., were on that did not seem serious at first, subject to the action of the white democrat: will put back the strawberries for --- 1 .
tour Saturday and left voters at the next primary election. 1 solicit -
a prospecting set in resulting in
1 blood poisoning the support of every voter of the county and some time. ..........................................N...NkN
for Gainesville Sunday.Mr. lockjaw and finally death. Mr. And- promise you faithful service if elected.T. Everybody's doing it. What Read- :

I G. J. Arnold was a visitor to erson, at once hurried off, but just in F. RIVERS. ing the Telegraph.Mr. .

Gainesville the first of the week. time to attend the funeral. The husband FOR COUNTY TREASURER Claude Addison, of Lawtey, wasa 1 Progressive Business Firms In Met i

Paul Dinkins came up from Gaines- is left with four little children, I hereby announce that I am a candidatefor visitor here Monday.Mr. :'
nomination for the office of county treasurer -
ville Sunday for a visit with his par- most of them helpless.The of Bradford county subject to the actionof 0. D. Norman, of Jacksonville, i

t ents here. return match was played be- election.the democratic I solicit voters the at support the next of primary all the paid his regular visit here Monday.The Readers of the Telegraph will find it to their 4i

Mr. William H. Hooker of New tween Raiford and Lake Butler democratic electors in the county and promise strawberry growers are busy !
if elected, the duties of the office advantageto trade with the firms
to discharge
York City was a business visitor to Basket Ball teams. This time on the faithfully. picking their berries. i rep-

Lawtey last Friday and Saturday.Mr. ground at Raiford on Saturday. One W. Vr.. ROBERTS. Three cheers for the Telegraph and resented in this directory. 3

L. H. Hill was a business visitorto team of young ladies and one teamof all its force! 7N

Starke Tuesday. gentlemen to each side. They palyed hereby FOR announce COUNTY myself TREASURERI for the office of ;......................... .,........................ '
Misses Agnes Gardner, Clara Moitt their innings alternately. The result County Treasurer and solicit the votes of the
Democrats at the coming primary. If electedI COUNTY COMMISSIONERS .......................... ..........................
and Mabel Colley, of Starke spent was a victory for Lake Butler. promise to faithfully discharge my duty.J. .
Continued from 1) .
the week-end with relatives and The Butler people say that the Rai- DRY GOODS. FURNITURE .

friends here last week. ford team played welLA COUNTY COMMISSIONERI .
Mr. Herman Thede of Jacksonville letter was received by Rev. H. hereby announce myself as a candidate for Jaaiwr, $15.e0; W. T. Weeks, 1 month ........................M N.......... $NN.NNN1

was the guest of relatives here Satur- Logan from the State Board of tie. office 2 Lake of County Butler Commisioner before the for Democratic DistrictNo. clerk and exp., $50.75; Arthur Stokes, . . . ,

day and Sunday. Health, saying that rabies developedin lajre Primary and in careful June. management I believe in lower and if tax elected mil- auto hire, $8.00; S. B. Denmark 1 .40.. .t

Sheriff Denmark, of Starke, .was a a dog in from six weeks to six will endeavor to have the county put on cash day with com., $4.00; City Light Plant, W. MORGAN : FURNITURE :

business visitor to Lawtey last Satur- I months sometimes even after that basis and discharge all my R.duties J .ANDREWS faithfully. lights, $3.80; S. T. Dowling 1 day HeadquartersJ. for 4 and almost anything else -1-
and milage $6.20 W. S. Croft, Ladies ,- Wear Goods @ you.
} day. time. But it would be safe to quarantine com. ; might want !
; J 1 Mr. Walter Thede was a visitor to for six months if rabies are MEMBER SCHOOL BOARDI 1 day com. and milage $9.60; C. A. Dry Goods Notions, Eta .A : : }

; i\!.'. Jacksonville and Charleston, S. C., suspected. member hereby of announce Board of myself Public as Instruction a candidate from for Roberts, 1 day com. and milage, $7.40; . . : HULL'S DEPARTMENT .5

y. last week. of members into District No. 3, subject to the action of the A. B. Surrency 1 day com. and mil- STORE. }
A reception new coming primary, and solicit the support of all .......................... .
Mrs. D. E. Biddle and Misses Elsie the church will be held at the Methodist Democratic electors. age 720J. L. Warren, phone, $3.00; I. ,.
and Elizabeth Anderson, of Macon church next Sunday. In the CHESLEY FOGG. Geo. A. Gardiner insanity Isaac Williams BUILDERS'SUPPLIES -I.

i I1L, were guests of Mrs. E. D. Saylesthe morning Mr. Logan will preach on the SCHOOL BOARDI $2.00; A. A. Durden, const, .......................... "
first of the week. MEMBER insanity Issac Williams $2.90; S. B. .......................... .;
part subject, "Why I Am a Methodist"A wish to announce my candidacy for memberof .
Mesdames E. D. Sayles and H. 31. Board of Public Instruction before the coming $2.25 J. C. Wills, 31. D., insanity .. DENTISTS .. !
sermon was preached recently in Democratic primary election from Dis- ; 4+ .4.4444c 4444 ,
Hill and Misses Rosland Tutle trict No. :!. and solicit the votes of all Demo- Issac Williams $2.00 E. T. Campbell .
and ; .
I which both the Presbyterian cratic electors. ..........................
several days last week at Pablo Beach. Methodist churches were held up to :N. H. STOKES. }I. D., insanity Issac Williams, 04 Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. ":
.. . . ,
S ridicule. This will be an answer to $2.00; W. W. Baisden, insanity Issac : Dealer in : 0 'i
NEW RIVERMr. it. The members requested a sermon Beating It In. Williams, $1.00; F. N. Andrews, com. 0 DR. U. G. TURNER t ,
Millard Johns of Tampa returned of this character.The Dr. Brandes. in his lecture on Shake as treasurer $3.86; W. A. Bessent 1 0 Builders Supplies, Paints Oils, 4 t i 1'!

home last Sunday where he young people of Raiford whoso speare's; -Hamlet." said the interest of day com., $4.00; C. M. Goodwin re- 4 Varnishes Concrete, 0 DENTIST I

will spend a few:weeks of vacation.: well in their own town gave the Shakespeare was to be found in story ward capture murder W. T. Andrews, 4 Plumbing. +> .1
4 4
Mrs. B. J. Sapp and son, Mr. M. J. 'play, "The School at Blueberry Cor- ',and was not intended in psychology.for an audience Elizabethan who read art $50.00; W. T. Weeks making financial Estimates Cheerfully Furnished. o Edwards Building .

Sapp, were transacting business in Jan. 1913 to June 1913 $75.00 4 .J
report 0
I ners, came over to Lake Butler on but little. Like all early art it was explicit . . Upstairs over Post Office *
00004 .
Starke Monday. Tuesday night with the same produc- The conditions were similar to S. B. Denmark 1 day with board, ....

i There was a party given at the! tion. A fine audience greeted those in then story of the old London $4.00; A. B. Surrency, 1 day with o o00 0o4444a 444o044444@A t
I very ........................
home of Mr. and Mrs. Charley McKinney them an appreciative one at that. stage manager! who said: board, $4.00; C. A. Roberts 1 day : : ..........$...+.......H. 4
last Wednesday night Every- 'The company surpassed their effortof "If you want the British public to with board, $4.00; Louis H. Hill, dist. REAL ESTATE. .

body reported a nice time. the time before. understand anything you must tell reg. officer $14.50; W. S. Croft 1 : : ; NotIo S. i

3 Mr. Roan Turner who has been them what you are going to do next day with board, $4.00 W. A. Bes- .......................... .
The Methodist church will hold a thtt you are doing it. and. last. that ; .......................... !
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visiting relatives in south Florida returned baptismal service at the creek on you have done it." and he finished by sent 1 day with board, $4.00. 24 4 +!444'

home last Tuesday night Sunday afternoon at 2:30. A numberof saying. "Then they will perhaps under Road and Bridge Fund.J. 0 S tsYOh.sr 000 CvA "

Mr. Hamp Andrews, of Raiford, at- the candidates will be baptized by stand you."-Pall Mall Gazette.He L. Stalsby road and bridge work, COMER L. PEEK : J
is that
Why when |
tended the party at Mr. JIcKinney's immersion, at their own request, the Human Nature. $14.65; A. D. Andrews, lumber, $9.00; Florida Real Estate, Land and +> in need of Notions, yon Ladies are 0 t

last Wednesday night. remainder by effusion. Services next The Understood doctor was buying furniture J. J. Mattox, lumber, $2.40; E. D. Ready-to-Wear' Goods, Shoes, *4
,1:. f. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Yarbrough young James Timber Expert. Novelties Etc
were Sunday 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. for the equipment of his new of Abernathy lumber $11.34; you generally *,1
.'f visitors to Starke Saturday. release convict Tison go to 4 .4[
: The ladies of the Civic League have fice. The eager salesman racked his Reynolds ,$5.15; 0 33 years Experience at Starke. STUMPS
i ( Mr. B. J. Sapp has gone to Hastings announced a play entitled "The Matrimonial brain to think of something else to James Reynolds, release convict Wil- "rhere's ;A Reason. It

:, Fla, where he will spend a few Exchange," for an early date. sell him. He had sold almost everything lie Fields, $3.15; James Reynolds, release 4'4.444444. . $ .. .3> +8444444 ..

;-I' t p days with his daughter, Mrs. Dolph It ought to be good; the ladies gener- that could go in an office whenhe convict Geo. Shelty, $5.15; !"'

1 Connor. ally do things first class.A had a happy thought James Reynolds release convict Elbert McCormick, $1.00; J. H. Denmark -'a; Allowance. |
I Quite a number of girls and boys much needed piece of improve- "Oh. yes. surely. I nearly forgot Griffis, $3.15; Bradford County Bank, per :
thatr* be exclaimed. "You need a juror J. D. McCormick, $1.00 Geo. A.
: attended the commencement of the ment is being done. The straightening int. on scrip No. 9418, Dec. to Men., an, 4.00; Florence f

I Raiford high school last Friday night and throwing up of the Lake City doormat""Not a new one." said the young doc $41.06; S. T. Dowling 2 days insp. Gardiner case Ben Walker $1.43; S. ; Polly Ann Green, $5.00;*n

They reported a nice time. road. Most of the road was like a tor. "I'll get that at a second hand road, $8.00; W. T. Weeks, keeping B. Denmark, case Ben Walker $17.- $3.00; Lizzie Hunter;&

'r f Mr. Jesse Thomas" section foreman creek bed; at fords it was difficult to store. A worn one will be a much road book, $10.00; W. L. Wall, roadwork 80; Geo. A. Gardiner case Ben Walker ; Wright., $2.50; Martha ?

of the G. S. & F. R. R. at Sampson cross. The writer had a trying experience better advertisement for me.-Youth's $112.25; J. A. Ellington, road $2.23; S. B. Denmark, case Will : Mary Ward, $6.00; Mara

:j : City visited relatives here last Sun- on Sunday on a twelve mile Companion. work, $5.00; J. M. Minton 4 days Goff $8.60; Johnie Surrency witnesscase $6.90; Nancy Conner i

1 f t day. drive (to church of course) after the team on road, $9.00; E. Parrish, cut- Will Goff, $2.00; Henry Altman : Brooks, $2.00'mer}:
; The G. S. & F. Railroad officialsheld rains. ting out 4Iogs, $1.00 Jerry Parks, Wm. Glisson $5.00
heavy witness case Will Goff, $2.00; Johnie ; >

hi G ; a meeting at New River last We will miss the genial face of our Notice is hereby SHERIFFS given SALE that by and under gen. road work, $1.25; Spencer Harden Watts, witness case Will Goff, $2.00; '$5.00; Mrs. Warm,?

; Thursday in order to get the amountof friend, Dr. Tomlinson, who moves to virtue of that certain writ of Execution belling 300 yards ditching (cont), $9.00; Cad Jones witness case Will Goff ; Ervin Higginbothan s'

acreage in truck. There were two Starke this week. You Starke people Court out in of and and for under Bradford the seal County of the State Circuit of Joe McCarcos, 470 yards ditching $2.00; Arler Reynolds witness caseWill Walker $2.00; John J.

l hundred and sixty-six acres estimated. ought to appreciate a good man. The 1914 Florida, in bearing that certain date cause of March therein 4th pending A. D. (coat), $14.10; Henry Williams 6 Goff $2.00; Jessie Byrd, witnesscase $6.00; Caroline Griffis,J

t S sisters of the Eastern Star will miss wherein C. L. Thomas is plaintiff and L. C. days on road, $7.50; W. B. Waters 1 Will Goff $1.75; Frank Jones Breeze, $7.00; Nora Raw-\

Georgia RAIFORDMrs. Tillis is visiting her Mrs. Tomlinson who was good at doing Smith busmes and B.under A. McCubbins.the firm name late and partners styleof day on road, $1.25; Rob Showers, 8 juror case Will Goff $1.00; A. 0. Amanda Thomas, $4.00; f
ritual work. Smith & McCubbins are defendants, L days on road, $10.00; Joe Nessmith, Strickland, juror case Will Goff $1.00; $10.00; Emeline Griffis,
\ sister Mrs. Bieling pear Providence S. B. Denmark, as sheriff of Bradford County,
; this week. We have a Methodist church build- Florida have levied upon and will offer for 20 days on road, $25.00; W. S. Croft J.-A. Morgan, juror juror case Will D. M. McKnight, $5.00x.1

; .ing in Lake Butler that can be neither sale to the highest and best between bidder for cash on 1 day insp. road $4.00; DeW tt C. Goff $1.00; L. V. Moore juror $2.00'J. B. Johns 3
Eustis Crews of Island Grove Fla., Monday. April 6. 1914. the legal hoursof
burnt down nor blown down. Fires sale in.front of the Courthouse in the City Jones lumber and nails $9.50'J. H. Will Goff, G. M. Bennett, juror Lee, $4.00; Banner Dyal \ '
ti visited his brother A. L. Crews, here of Starke. in Bradford County. Florida all of
have taken place around it Griffis building bridge, $101.98; Will W. F. West, $7.00 Starling I]
Saturday and Sunday. taking the following: described real estate as follows. Goff $1.00; Edwards, juror ; :,
everything but the church, winds have to-wit: Commencing at the South-East Corner Quigley Lumber & Supply Co., lumber case Will Goff, $1.00; F. M. Byrd ; Nancy Varnes, $4.ooi-T-
J. E. Byrd and family of Worthington of the South-East Quarter of the North-
the of the former's blown down and turned round other West Quarter of the North-East Quarter and $19.88; W. H. Carter gen. road work, case James Morgan, $2.40; J. B. (: $5.00; Wade Mc-|
were guests
buildings but the church still stands. running North thence 210 feet for West a point 210 of feet beginning W. C. Whitten & Co., shovels and Dowling D.S., case James' Morgan ; Polly Ann Rhoden |
parents Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Byrd, ; running ; 4
c Why this remarkable strength? It thence North 210 feet; thence East 210 feet; nails $7.82; W. E. Pinholster 510 $3.00; Lee Wills, witness case James Hampton, $3.00; Lizzie.I
and .
Saturday Sunday.S. thence South 210 feet to the place of beginning :
W. Tillis was visitor to JackSonville was built by the hands of your present of Section Eighteen, Township Five-, ft lumber, $7.65. ; H. D. Wasden, repairing Morgan, $1.00; Rosa Gibson, witnesscase ; Mrs. John Norman, snp-4
pastor at Starke Brother South of Range twenty-one East containingone bridge $2.45 C. A. Roberts children Addiei
Rape, who ; James Morgan, $1.001.. J. $5.00;
less. with
Sunday. acre more or all the -
of all men, likes to things thereto 2 days insp. road, $8.00 Willey Wil- Rufus Jackson
Miss Eva Crews of New River see strong belonging. The same being ; Smith, juror case James Morgan $5.00;
came over Friday night to the closing and true. Stand by him and he will one levied.f upon the as defendants the property and of will L.be C.sold Smith to lianms hauling dust, $2.50; 1.1.. $1.00; C. L. Hunter juror case James.Iorgan. N. D. Newman, $10.00J i

exercises of Raiford High SchooLD. build the Starke church (not the build- satisfy said execution S. B.and DENMARK cost. Mitchell 709 yds. ditching (cont), ) $1.00; R. J. Johns juror $5.00; Dock Wood,|

C. Cason, J. C. Crews and S. T. ing, but the Church) just strong. Sheriff Bradford County. Florida.A. $21.27; Nathaniel Wiliams, 223 yds case James Morgan, $1.00; H. Rosin- Banner Dyal $4.00; Susaa|

Johns were visitors to Starke Monday. Our Baptist brethren had a very' March. \'>. Adkins 6-ot Attorney for Plaintiff.: ditching (cont), $6.69; A. A. Walker, berg, juror case JamesIorgan, $1.00; ; Henry Padgett, $5.00;i

1 I .The Lake Butler high school basket fine meeting on Sunday. It is said 850 yds ditching (cont), $25.50; E. A. Hall juror case James Morgan $3.00; Isom

ball team played Raiford high school that Brother Proctor preached two our boys. Strickland & Ball, 2 shovels $1.50; $1.00; Jeff Hall, juror case James ; Johns $Loo; lorgan,1

basket ball team. The score for the sermon masterpieces. Five were baptized Mr. Lucas Dees is a constant visitor Tom Jonas, 6SO yds ditching (cont), Morgan, F .M. Byrd case Robt ; Lucy Duncan

boys was 9 to 15 in favor of Lake on Sunday night. over to Mr. Marr's. Be careful, Luke $15.60; Willie Whitemore gen road Ewells $2.38; J. B. Dowling, D.S., $3.00; Mrs. Nat c!

Butler. The score for the girls was Mr. Stallings' violin and Mr. Logan's or Mr. Willie Austin will have you work, $1.87; Eugene Mitchell gen. Robt. Ewells $9.10; J. L. Douglass 7'a; Rachael Stokes, 3.00 |

t 14 to 17 in favor of Lake Butler. cornet make fine music in the Methodist moving. road work, $5.00; Will Tyler cuttingout witness case Robe. Eewells $1.00; to meet first lon-

The play given at Baptist church choir. Miss Agnes Wilkinson, the brilliant logs, $.50; Brady Brown, lumber Arthur Hunter witness case Robt -.z,

by the Ladies Aid Society was highly daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Wilkinson and work on road, $32.50; F. N. An- Ewells, $1.00; G. A. Epperson, jurorcase W. T. Weeks Clerk

enjoyed by all and the society realibed HIGHLAND.Mr. left here a few days ago to visit drews, com. as treas., $10.23; W. A. Robt Ewells, $1.00; 0. M. Kelley -'-

a neat little sum from the pro- W. M. Austin, of Clay Hill, her siter Mrs. Jno. Savage, aACarra- Bessent 2 days road insp., $8.00. juror case Robt Ewells $1.00; W. M. .....
ceeds. was a visitor to Mr. F. M. Crews belle Fla. Fine and Forfeiture Fund. Overstreet, juror case Robt Ewells COURt 8TH JUDWIAf;
t We are expecting the wedding bells Sunday.Mr. The Convict Camp of R. L. Black W. W. Baisden guard at jail, $20.00; $1.00; J .R. Townsend juror case .-\ COUNTY. K

to ring near Raiford at an early dat. A.visitor H. Wilkinson, of Clay Hill, & Co., situated a few miles west of Johnson and Anderson, trip to Gainesville Robs Ewells $1.00; J. R. Townsend FOR DIVORCE :)"St J

The registration books closed here was Mr.a here Sunday. here and which has been vacant for with prisoner and deputy, $10.00; juror case Robt Ewells $1.00; V. 0. "*"5'

Lige Carter the famous fiddlerof several months, is again accupied by Mitchell Drug Store medicine Scarborough juror Robt \
w Saturday, a total of 201 having been Black at jail, case Ewells TO APPEAR. @r
duly registered. here Creek was among the boys quite a number of negro convicts, the $.75; T. D. Gunter county physician, $1.00; J. W. Vining juror case Robt: STATE OF FLORIDA. %

WATEROAK Mr.Sunday.W. L. Sutton and former captain. Mr. R. Mmith, beingin $5.00; S. B. Denmark, feed for prisoners Ewells, $1.00; F. M. Byrd, case Will hown Greeting by: Affidavit tint-cl v*<'

family movedto charge.Mr. $644.80; J. L. Warren, onehalfon Oliver $2.93; J. B. Dowling D.S., caseWill P. Hobby non-resident of the
The cold wave did not damage Starke last week, where Mr. Sut- and the residence of cod
R. L. Black
Gainesville, was phone at jail, $1.00; F. N. An- Oliver $10.60; Willie Andrews at Macon. Georgia and tBtf'.
the strawberries much ton will take charge of the
very through section. railroad here last Friday, looking after the interests drews, com. as treas., $2.54; Geo. A. witness case Will Oliver $1.30; W. J. is over the age of twenty:.

here.Mr. of his potato farm, which is Gardiner, case J. D. McCormick, $4.03; Bryant, witness case Will Oliver $1.- ordered considered and *-j ,

G. W. Wainright had a house Miss Florence Crews met with a being greatly damaged by the con- S. B. Denmark, case J. D. McCormick, 50; Leon' Rivers witness case Will said Defendant J. F. Holw'?.
1 moving to hasten the mill disappointment the Bill of Caa
so as grist Sunday when Complainant's
v, number a stant rains that have been passing.A $8.58; Henry Norman, witness J. D. Oliver $1.00; P. L. Thomas, juror on or before the 23rd day tI:
preparations. It will be of friends that she
soon ready was expecting negro was arrested here last McCormick, $1.80; Sarah McCormick, Will Oliver, $1.00; W. J. Epperson in default whereof ad
for operation. failed to come.-Look be entered against the
out Saturday night, by Sheriff King of witness J. D. McCormick $1.80; W. juror case Will Oliver $1.00; H. S. ,
girls she meet
Mr. Wm. wan and A. A. won't
i Wainright, you any more. Clay county for beating his wife. He L. Wood, witness J. D. McCormick, Adkins juror case Will Oliver, $1.00; ordered that this notice ,
i i' of Starke were in our midst Tuesday. Mr. Charley Wilkerson Bradford County TefetTt|
.... was up to was carried to the Green Cove jail. J. W. Woods witness J. D. McCormick H. A. Hewitt, juror case Will Oliver at Starke. in B "
Miss Dora Clark has returned home see his girl
Sunday. Look
out Mr. Willie Austin, the popular $1.80; J. W. White, juror J. D. $1.00; W. E. Loadholtz juror caseWill ., once each week for five
l ,. from Starke, 'where she took little Charley, Old 'Major" will get to 'chase
-, young man of Clay Hill, was in here McCormick, $1.00; F. P. Shaffer jurorJ. Oliver, $1.00; W. L..Andrews WREREOF. I have-
I ; to be attended the doctor. you yet
Fredy by and seal of
this affixed the
week wit ha smiling face and McCormick Chas. Church- juror Will
a $1.00 case Oliver $1.00 P.
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of .
He is much improved. Mr. "What's His Name, of on this the 11th day
t. happy mind. Why? Because he had hill, juror J. D. McCormick, $1.00; Ramsey, feed for prisoners Son Dor- '
;4k Mr. J. C. Clemons is on the rheumatic came down here Sunday and perform- W. T. WEEKS O*
just received a letter from his Lawtey L. V. Moore juror J. D. McCormick, sey and Will Moore in Alachua Wed. .
s ", list this week, but is improving. 3d the duties of a barber for some of By Comp -
t -- '- girlie. $1.00; J. J. Sparkman, juror J. D. county jail, $20.40. SoL for _s

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