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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 13, 1914
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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L" Established 1879 Subscription per year $1.50; six months, 75 cents Payable in advance. E. S. }Matthews Editor and Proprieti--

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:,:, .' COMMISSIONERSAND STUBBORN FIRE SCHOOL HOUSEWORK CITY COUNCIL, MET ,,", .

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SCHOOL BOARD AT LAKE BUTLERLOSS BEGINSTO IN REGULAR SESSION :!

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: CHOSEN BY WHOLE COUNTY DEMONSTRATION WORK -, 1;
WILL INSTALL NEW FIXTURES -
SPECIAL
OFFICER
NAMED
""' .- WILL REACH $20,000 BE COMPLETED SEPT. 1 _
Agents Held
Meeting at Gainesville
Bank of Starke Will Be Handsomely
'Opinion of Attorney General February 24-28 Equipped Societies"o !
Churches and
West Given in Letter to The county agents for the govern- Duncan House, Barber Shop, Construction Boss Here and Protest Other i : s.

County Committees ment -farmers' co-operative work in Postoffice and Private Materials Will Soon The Bank of Starke, one of Brad- Against Opening .. I.

Florida were called to gather in Residence Destroyed ArriveMr. ford county's solid and growing busi- of Stores on Sunday)- j. I '. : .

Gainesville, on February 24 to 28, inclusive ness institutions, has sought the "fixup" i ;,
to confer with each other I ,
and
Below spirit that -
we reproduce letter just
a recently now seems to The Council met in regular sesaioa
sent out from Tallahassee by be instructed by government and state Lake Butler, Mar. 11.-A disas-, C. D .Smith, of the firm of pervade the atmosphere in ,
officials Starke and March 2, 1914. Present, E. S. Matthews ,
Attorney General T. ). West to 'of the department. trous fire took place on Friday night Smith & Watson, contractors, of will shortly be transformed into one I
chairmen of county executive com- Mr. d K. McQuarrie, who has been about ten o'clock, completely wipingout Albany Ga., who was last week of the handsomest and most cn- Chairman N. D. WainrifciX i -:

mittees, in which he says that under identified with the extension depart- the Duncan House, the postoffice, awarded the contract of erecting the venient banking establishments in this S. A. Bryan, J. W. Andrews Jr. .

: the new primary law county commis- ment of the Experiment Station, has the barber shop, owned by W. E. new Starke high school building for section of the State. A. S. Crews acted as clerk pro tEm. 1 I L :- i I

sioners and members of the board of been appointed state agent. He is a Loadholtz, and the residence of C.'H. $26,900 was a guest at the Starke The banking room will be remodeled Petitions were presentee by the f ct t ; 'J
public instruction will be nominatedby man of practical experience in farm- Driggers. The loss is not far shortof House here this week. ;: and elegant fixtures in marble will r t .
lowing societies
a vote of the county at large ia- ing and is probably one of the most $20,000, and is only partly coveredby Mr. Smith was accompanied by Mr. be installed and a handsome awningwill asking the Council: : _..9

fstead of by a vote of their respective successful men in Florida with modern insurance. All the property- W. H. Caldwell, of East Point, Ga., be placed at the front of the to rescind their action CJf February 2. '> t !

districts as heretofore: methods and his advice can be relied longed to L. A. Duncan, the propritor superintendent of construction, and building. In the rearrangement of 1914, allowing stores to open their A ;

Bon L. G. Blount, Chairman Demo- upon as safe. The farmers of our !of the hotel. Mr. B. S. Tally of Jacksonville, the the banking room the lobby will be places of business on Sunday: Ladies I 1

eratie Ex. Com., Callahan, Fla. county should call for his services. The fire was first noticed By Mrs.P. architect, who furnished the plans enlarged an alcove for the lady customers Aid Society of the Baptist churrh, I : ;

-; My dear sir:-Yours of the 21st ult Mr. A. P. Spencer a man well acquainted M. Pagett and Mrs. H. Logan, and specifications. for the new school of the bank will be arrangedat School and Civic League cf Stark: i t /:

has been received. with Florida cordons, is who state that a sheet of flame sud- building.Mr. the side of the public lobby and ..members of the Methodist (Church ;: 1 Si;j

I note your inquiry if members of district agent, to assist Mr. McQuar denly burst from the kitchen of the Caldwell is already arranging 1 the president of the bank will havea members of the Baptist Church f 'W;
the Board of County Commissionersare rie in East and South Florida, with hotel resembling an explosion. Ina the preliminary details and will begin j j private office at the rear easily Woman's Christian Temperance Union. :.1

to be nominated, under the new Me. Pace, of Alabama, to assist in very few minutes the whole build- active operations at once. Water i accessible to persons who have private The petitions were filtr-l for further j 1

primary law, by districts in the West Florida, where the dreaded ing was a mass of flames. Mr. and mains are being extended to the I business with the officers of the bank. consideration. .:
counties or by the counties at large. Mexican: : boll weevil has. already in- Mrs. Duncan had just time to catcha school site. Mr. Caldwell has received -j Safety deposit box customers will also Minutes of the last meeting were :!]

; Replying, I will say that the statute rolled-the State. few articles of clothing and escape. bills of lading for three carloads of t be provided for. A semi-private room read and approved. i\ 1,

. ;requires County Commissioners to be Many questions of importance look- Mr. W. J .Thompson, and Mr. Jack building materials, which will arrive Sin with a table and chairs will be pro- Bond of R. A. Weeks, trelsurer. j
;. nominated FROM the districts, but ing to the improvement of the agricultural Townsend, boarders, awoke to find a few days. The erection of lime vided for their convenience.The presented and approved.! : .: ,

r by the counties at large, that is to interests of the different their rooms in flames. They escaped I:" houses, cement houses and tool houses new fixtures are to be instiled The fire chief was instructed to ex* { ) t'l

: say, a member of the Board of County counties were discussed: The eradi- with very little clothing. In the dense I has already begun and within a short by the Geo. W. :Muller Co., of Atlanta, amine old hand pumping fire engine I
i Commissioners should be nominatedand cation of the cow tick which causesso smoke Mr;, Thompson lost all sense I I time the work of excavating for the one'of the leading. bank fixture con- and make price on sam. I ; ..J 1

elected from, and reside in the much loss among cattle by trans- of location, and just found the stairs foundations will be in progress. cerns of the United States, and the N. B. Hull was authorized. open : t : "-I

district which he represents, but he mitting Texas fever was a leading by a light caused by part of the roof work is to be done at once. F. M. ditch and repair bridge on Cherry j I

is nominated and elected by the voters subject discussed by Dr. Dawson falling in. Several others, among NEW CHURCH AT MAXVILLEThe )Muller of the: firm/is here and already -, street ,4 j j I

of the county at large. State Veteranary Surgeon. The treat- them Mrs. Miller, of )Miller and her members of the different denominations -, has the work under way. It is :Motion by Mr. Andrews, seconded I }I I1 i
I reach this conclusion in this way: ment of hogs for cholera by virus and child and commercial. traveler, had at Maxville have been expected that the fixtures will arrive by Mr. Bryan, that mayor appobt ;

Under the primary law of 1901, serum was taught -to each agent by only just time to gain the street. trying for some time to have a local in a few days and the remodeling will j! extra police for sixty days at ?:O.tO. ....1 .1

Chapter 5014, the manner of nominat- aftual Application and each agent instructed Willing workers saved the furnitureof church and two weeks ago they em- be all complete by. April 1st or very per month. Motion carried. : ,!
ing County Commissioners was not to treat farmers' hogs free two rooms, but soon had to leave. ployed Rev. Ernest House who Jives soon thereafter. The bank has arranged Report of fire chief on hose reel '' 1 i

.specifically provided for, except that of charge, which if done will save In less than twenty minutes it was here to conduct a short revival meet-" for temporary quarters in the deferred to next meeting. ,,/ ;, -": I
by section"12 of the act, now section the lives of thousands of hogs in the found that the postoffice was doomed ing and organize a union church. The store of J. F. Kickliter two doors Bid of D. E. Jones for work on park' ; '-;" '

270 of the General Statutes, it is declared State. The growing of soilimprovingcrops although every effort was made to meeting ilosed Sunday night and has I west of the bank building, and there carried over for further considera I

that"Except was given free discussion, which save the building. Mr. Fletcher the been attended by the very best of re- will be no interruption or interferencewith tion. .- .
as herein provided all elec- will lead to the introduction of the retiring postmaster set to work and sults. Sunday afternoon Rev. House the handling of business while Bill of D. E. Knight for attorney's .. t {

tions at primary elections under this clover and grasses that make other saved everything worth while the baptized eight new converts in a the remodeling is going on. fee laid over to next mt' ting. t 1

article shall be regulated by the election sections prosperous by stimulating the mails being his first care. Mr. Load branch about a mile from Maxville.: : Collector Kite reported: collections i
law of the State in force at thetine live stock industries of the State, holtz saved some of his things but he The different denominations here THE REVIVAL MEETINGA 1 for February as follows. : tRent

such primary election is held, as where the conditions are ideal lost his billiard tables, and other valu- have signed a contract with one revival meeting bagan at the I from school board _____$20.50[ t. t

., nearly as the same can be done." 0. L. Mizell Special Agent able property. The home of Mr. C. H. another that they will unite in erect Christian Church Monday night and: License -- -- --------- ------ 6.25 1
Under this statute County Commis- 9 received attention will Fines .-- -- ---------- ------ 119.50 '
Driggers next ing a church building and all of them continue over next Sunday and
JUDGE GARDINES'S COURT t i I
aioners were nominated, as they were very article of furniture being saved. unite on one pastor and employ him I for several days. The meeting is being
elected not from the districts but by On Monday Deputy Sheriff A. G. During the fire Mrs. Driggers was and maintain a union church. Everyone conducted by Evangelist Ernest House 145.75 -j
the electors of the counties at large. Dyal arrested Arch Johns, of near seriously ill in bed under the care was highly pleased with the work of Maxville, Florida and quite a good Treasurer A. S. Crews 'reported '_
In 1907 'Chapter 569.7 the legislature Brooker for selling liquor and broughthim In her weak conditionshe interest cash on hand: I'
by of the doctor. of Rev. House and his sermons wereas 1 is already manifested in the
amended the statute quoted by before Judge Geo. A. Gardiner. had to be moved to the home of good as any of us have ever heard' meeting.Rev. I General Fund ______________$143.22Interest .
,, adding thereto the following: Johns pleaded guilty and testified that Mrs. A. C. Strickland and subse- anywhere. It was the desire of the House has announced the following -- -- --------- ----- 395.25 f
he was acting as agent for John Sur- Road and _____._____
Bridge 568.02
"Provided, however, that County quently to the home of her sister people here that the meeting should topics for sermons: :
rency, of Graham who was convictedof Sinking Fund __ ___________ 3C9.09Total '
Commissioners and members of the .
Mrs. Edgar Knight.Mr. continue a week or two longer, but Thursday night-?The Joys of Sal- :
Board of Public Instruction shall be the same offense recently. He was Duncan's large store was the Rev. House had already arranged to vation." .

nominated by the se\'eral'districts ofa fined $100 and costs. main source of anxiety. Had it caughtfire conduct a revival for the.Christian Friday night-"Sowing and Reap- cash on hand___--$1,415.53 } .
county instead of by the county atUrge. On Tuesday John and Jesse Sur- nothing would have saved east church at Starke beginning Monday ing." The following Bills were ordered .
of Graham, were 'arrested by .
." rency Lake Butler. Charley Rivers mounted night and therefore could not con- Saturday night-"The Great Cloudof paid: (
Sheriff S. B. Denmark and Deputy E. S. :Matthews, mem .Council $ 1.00 '
This the for Witnesses.
changing the here.
was authority to a dangerous position on tinue the meeting '
the system of nominating the Sheriff Tucker -Johns and arraignedin store building and by the applicationof Sunday morning, 11:00 o'clock J. W. Andrew, mem. Council 1.03 1 ,
members of the Board of County Commissioners court upon a charge of assault bucketfulls of water handed to him "The Test of Discipleship." \ S. A. Bryan, mem. Council___ 1.00 :;
SPECIAL MEETING
and members of the Boardof and battery upon the person of Will following Sunday 3:00 N. D. Wainright, mem. Council 1.03
kept the fire in check. Others p.m.-"What's the
Public Instruction of the county, Goff, who was the chief witness in his example assumed the de- At a special meeting of the city Matter With Your God?" (For mem- A. S. Crews, salary____..______ 5.00 .1.
the of the State John council, Monday night, the street com- '10
case against
Ed. Burnsed, salary and fees__ 51.09! ,
and since that time nominations for fensive at other points. Although the that bers of all denominations). .'
these offices have been by. districts, Surrency for selling liquor. They both building caught fire several times it mittee been reported made to widen arrangementshad and grade Sunday night, 7:30 o'c1ock-"The Silas Kite, salary and fees____ 53.00. \

. and not by the counties at large. Itpill entered a plea of guilty and each received was extinguished but not without to the city limits. State of Our Dead. (Illustrated by a E. E. Canova, Mayor's fees____ 4.00C. t. I
be noted that the section quoted a fine of $25 and costs. heroic effort. The Kingsley avenue marking the eastern bound chart). A. Futch, clerk's fees______ 8.C2 f .:
as is of the old Ed. Dyal pleaded guilty Tuesdayto alley All the services J. L. Warren phone rent______ L75 l
amended part of damaged night
a The stock dry goods was of the ciy will be widened to forty begin promptly -
primary election law. a charge of carrying concealed to a great extent by the handling.On ary feet between Kingsley avenue and at 7:30 and the services are draw- Ancil Wainright, fireman_.'___ 2.00 i
weapons and was fined $25 and costs. Jay Aldeman, fireman .. .____. 3.00 ; '
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The new primary law Chapter 6479 Saturday morning the postoffice Thomas street. ing a larger attendance each night. .
Henry Cotton, Harry Allen,' Lee Robt. Gray, fireman ____ ...____ 3.00 "'
Acts of 1913 is a revision of the lawton opened as if nothing had happenedin A substantial bridge will be built Evangelist House, who lives at Max- ;
. this subject, and takes the place I Keith, John Page Charley Brown, Mrs. Diekel's store on Main street. across the canal at the southwest vile just recently organized a Union Wm. Minor, fireman ________. 3.00 ; .
Clarence Guyler, of Raiford all colored Wm. Stroud fireman _________
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ofthe old primary law. I Every box was in its place, and every corner of the baseball park and Church at that place and held a suc- J.09
Section 63 of the new primary law were produced in court Tuesday piece of mail ready for delivery. Thomas street will be continued to cessful meeting.A E. B. Shipman, fireman ------- 3.00 I ,
is in the following language: upon. charge of gambling by SheriffS. Wm. Moitt, fireman __________ 3.03 ",
St: Clair street.
. B. Denmark and Deputy Sheriff Wm. Wainright fireman _____ 3.C>
The primary elections required by NORMAL PLEASANT OCCASION J}
HIGH SCHOOL At a called meeting Wednesday .
this act, except as 'herein otherwise Tucker and each Johns. fined They all pleaded guilty We desire to announce that the night resolutions were adopted, requesting -, Thursday afternoon, March 5, the Cliff Chancy, fireman -- ---- 3.03 ( i
was $1 and costs. .
Ab. Syboten, fireman ________ 1.03! :
provided shall be held in accordance !
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customary normal work will be given the Seaboard railway to open i Missionary Society of the Methodist '
I Roy Turner, fireman _________ 1.05 ;{
with the of Article I of .
provisions here this year, as in previous years Tenth street north of the depotLANGWILKINSON church met at the Parsonage for a
RESOLUTION OF SYMPATHY Morgan Darby, fireman ____. 3.0)( .
Title IV, First Division, of the-General in connection with the regular work -.-- I twofold purpose-to hold its regular :
At the meeting of the Lake Butler W. L. Wall firechief 6.03 : .
Statutes of Florida. ---------
of the High School. meeting and to celebrate Mrs Rape's
The Camp No. 115, W. 0. W., Tuesday W. T. Weeks, cert copy wet sand I
\ manner of nominating County By recent ruling of the County birthday. f
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March 10, 1914 the Mr. Fred Lang and Miss Daisy 1 '
night, following I dry election ____. 1.09
Commissioners is not specifically pro- Board of Education there will be two There was quite a good crowd out -----? i
and
Wilkinson of Mr. Mrs.
resolution was unanimously carried daughter
tided for by this statute. section 270 Resolved That the cincere and: I teachers in the normal work instead; Geo. Wilkinson, were united in marri- despite the wet weather. Some very Benj. Sapp, special police ---- 1.59 I.

|General Statutes, above quoted, pro- heartfelt sympathies of the membersof of one as formerly. As a result of age at the home of the groom's \pretty and useful presents were pieced ;; : ,!,1
tiding that'members of the Board of assured of much $ J._
this students will be on the parlor table. After the busi-
March 8 Hon. H. B.
this camp be and are hereby 'ex- parents Sunday, Read and Bridge Fund .
County Commissioners shall be nom- than
; attention in their work session the ladies
more ness was over were
tended to SOy. L. "f\. Duncan and Hudson performing the ceremony. West Disenfectant !
Co., dis.___
., inated of the will be JGO-W
instead
by districts by was possible heretofore. We invited into the dining room to t
i family in the loss of their home and The happy couple will reside on a par- J. W. Andrew and -
son, hauling 10.0)Hull's
"; ,eoanties at large, is no longer in force; other property by fire last Friday glad to have any new students enter farm three miles, west of HighlandTheir take of a royal spread, consisting of Dept. Store work ditch t "1.
>because the new statute on the subject night. from now on and we will make any many friends wish them a longand fresh oysters, chocolate, sandwiches, Quigley Lbr. and orj 2.58 .
of primary elections is a general reasonable arrangements that maybe several kinds of cake strawberries and Supply Co.,
Resolved, That the sincere and happy life,,. supplies ______. ____ 4.01
-'revision the -- -- -
of the law on subject necessary to accommodate them. peaches with whipped cream. The
:viand! : tion be recorded and that the Secre W. F. Mott, san. work ___ ___ 70.49R. .
work will be u ,
repeal normal
necessarily operates as a The special Parsonage boys assisted their mother
tary deliver a copy thereof to Sov.L. A CARDI P. Mattox : .
at san. work _____ 3.S5
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.the of about
old usual time
/ law. A. Duncan and to each of our | continued for the wish to say to the people of in serving and proved themselves real r
Section 63 of the new primary law | one month after the close of our reg- Bradford county that it in- "lady aiders." After much sparkling
county wag my
papers.
*is the same in substance as section William Johnson, ular school term on May 8, 1914 tention to be a candidate for the conversation, the party repaired to $150.75 .< [

v.: 2.of the old primary law, now section Chairman of Committee.of It is very important, however, for :office of County Treasurer but have the parlor and sang, "Blest be the Council A.adjourned S .Crews to March 9, 1914., }
.. 270: of the General Statutes be- those who expect to take the normal decided not to enter the race at this Tie.That. Binds. As the sun was ', Clerk pro tern. :

fone-it was amended in 1907 by having the Board of County Commissioners work here to enter at the very earliest time and wish to tfiank the people near the horizon all departed, voting THE STATE OF OUR> DEAD .1tf x

< added thereto the proviso requiring shall be elected one from each opportunity. generally for the encouragement they :Mrs Rape a most delightful hostess. Evangelist Ernest House, preach "A
the nomination members of the Commissioner's district from L. A. Jett
of County | Principal gave me to enter the race. -. ing in the Revival Meeting at the : '
,Board of County Commissioners and a-rifgorfitheonooDComisl ETA 0 Jno. B. 'Crews. A CORRECTION Christian Church has announced _that ; .
: members of the Boar of Public In: the counties at large. This is also I CARD OF THANKS In publishing the list of warrantsin he will preach Sunday night on "The I r

? traction by districts, and it, therefore required by Section 5 of Article VIII | We desire to express our gratitudeto NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS the report of the proceedings of State of Our Dead" and that he will

; follows that- such officers are to of the constitution of the State.I our friends of Wateroak and The new announcements this weel Lhe county commissioners in the illustrate the sermon by the use of #

E.be nominated ii. the same manner as conclude, therefore as I have Starke for their many kindnesses tc are: For treasurer, J. V. Jones, G. W Telegraph last week, the following a chart Certainly this topic will lie ;
|,tj hey are elected in the general elect stated above, that they must be nominated i during illness. The little
us our boy's Hazen; county commissioner, S. T .hree items should have read thus: a very interesting one. Uev. House I
Vioa, i from the counties at large. [ boy has so far recovered that he is Dowling, J. L. Underhill J. B. Crews j. B. Denmark, feed of prisoners has announced that such questions: as i njf
;f.'The general election law on the:1Wbject Yours very truly, i. able to be at home again. tax collector, G. W. Alderman. &L80; Geo. A. Gardiner, case of Will "Where Are the Dead," Are the Dead: I

is section 172 of the General (Signed) T. F. WEST, Mrs. Jane\Clarke, off, $123; W. H. Miner, 2 boxes of Conscious or Unconscious?", will 'be ;
; ftatutw, and requires that members Attorney General Miss Dora Clarke. Telegraph $1.50 answered in the
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c rf Cucumber and Canteloupe Blight in
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One And Two Horse Disc FloridaBy
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( 0. F .Burger) A GENERALTONIC[ [ TAKE GROVE'V[ $

The cucumber and
: Harrows cantaloupe cropsin ;
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Florida are attacked every year bya Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is -

:' Planting Plows, Combination Cotton and Corn Planters and disease known in different localitiesas The Valuable Old Standard as a General Tonic because it Acts on the Liver quay,, >- '

.- Fertilizer Distributors. Complete Line Plow Shapes. Low Prices. Blight, Rust, or Fire Blight. This Drives Out Malaria Enriches the Blood and Builds up'I

Hardware DeWitt C. Jones Lumber blight causes greater or less loss to the Whole System For Grown People and Children.. 1 .

I. JJ the grower, depending upon weather -

[ condition. The disease is favored by You know what you are taking when you take Grove't Tasteless chin Task' :
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rains and cloudy weather. In seasons as the formula is printed on every label showing that it contains theweUknonl

: of little rain and plenty of bright tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It is as strong as the strongest Ifo,.

\:, : TO ENCOURAGE SHEEP RAISING tion and finally death of the lamb. GOOD ROADS days the, blight makes slow progress.In tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for Malaria, Chills and P.

Mature sheep are much less affectedby the spring of 1913, the cucumber Weakness; general debility and loss of appetite. Gives vigor to NaaWl

I Farms Should Profit by Increased these worms, though they usually And Their Relation to Rural Schoolsof crop was badly attacked in the Southern Mothers and Pale Sickly Children.and low spirits.Removes Arouses Biliousness the liver without to action pares

for Products Our State part of the State. The Relieves nervous depression m.
Demand Sheep scatter the eggs. season A Complete
purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer. Strengthen)
Keeping the flock upon crops sown was exceptionally wet and cloudy, and it. Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean it.'
No should be without "j ,Jd
C. family
D. Mar. 10.-The
Washington
10.-The ,
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Washington, D. upon plowed land prevents infection. consequently the blight caused a heavy -

consumption of mutton per capita in Such practices also furnishes the rural population is more willing to loss.

.the United States is increasing every greatest amount of feed from each support better schools today than at Symptoms of the Disease

v year, though the amount used is much acre and the kind and variety of food any previous time. It is being realized The disease makes its first appear-

less in proportion to other meat than upon which sheep thrive best. Plow- that all educational activities or ance in the field on the older leavesat V'.

in Europe. There are good reasons ing the land prevents danger from the center of the plant Yellow oI

for expecting a continuation of good stomach worm eggs dropped upon it. agencies must be more or less corre- angular spots bordered by veins will

I prices for mutton and lamb, and the In warm weather the flock should be lated, and, more than ail else, that be detected. These become more distinct :

demand for wool also may be expected moved to fresh ground every ten daysor they must be made accessible to the and if the weather is favorable I sr ji i

, .-./ t& tnerease more rapidly than the two weeks to prevent infection of children. In many counties where there appears underneath the spot a } t.

l L_ production. These facts are brought lambs by larvae from eggs' dropped bad roads prevail, most of the schoolsare faint violet powder, which consists of r .
,
: out in a recent letter from a scientist from the ewes. If lambs are by them- of the antiquated one-room vari- the spores of the fungus. the older w z.' :

; of the Department of Agruculture to selves the time between changes mightbe leaves are always affected first, and home is
ety. They are usually located along Safe in no i
I who inquired regarding A fire-proof your
I a Southern farmer longer, but in most forage crop the young leaves at the tips remainthe ,
bad roads which, during the winter, '"
i the possibilities of the sheep rotations changes will need to be longest.
when the schools are usually in ses- safe.
I business. made every two or three weeks. Fall- sion become Preventive MeasuresThe necessarily burglar-proof-and a
so nearly impassable as :
I The Department's specialist called sown rye, spring oats and vetches or to make it difficult for the childrento growers rarely make prepara- -

I ( attention to the fact that while farm- peas, rape, cowpeas, soy beans, crim- reach them. This condition causes tion to combat the disease until the that is both fire and burglar-proof is a4-?
raised have often not been profitable is badly affected when it is too
sheep son or Japan clover, planted at proper irregular attendance and restricts the crop ,

I this'has usually been becauseof intervals, will furnish fresh pasturageat educational opportunities of the child. late. Spraying with Bordeaux mix- very expensive and cumbersome thing .

lack of proper attention and management times desired. Some of the land Not only this, but it often impedesthe ture is a good preventative, but is nota ;

Variations in price of wool can be used twice in a year, as by cure for the disease. It has been
e economic consolidation of these thieves that have valuables ,
invitation
It is also to
." and mutton have stood in the way of having[ one planting of rape upon the smaller schools into larger, stronger shown that if the vines are sprayed an you

such general interest in sheep as rye ground. The cultivation of the graded schools, with high school thoroughly with Bordeaux mixturethe in your house that are worth trying for.
.
would cause them to be regarded as all infection from disease can be controlled. The
land
destroys pre-
courses, directed by a competent Put that which you can't replace in one of our Safe
the future.
in
highly as they should be ( vious pasturage. Under such a spraying, however, must be commenced -
I Ranges all over the world are now system o fcropping and grazing the principal and corps of teachers, according when the plants are young, and be Deposit Boxes. Our steel vaults will protect you from>
I to the Office of Public Roads,
I carrying about as many sheep as they land will improve, as the manurial repeated every.week or ten days. The
U. _S. Department of Agruculture. fire and Yale Locks not only keep out burglars but give |
can support under a strict range value of the crops is practically all first spraying should be made when
On the other hand, in counties which
I system, and an increase in the pro- left upon the land and is very evenly the plant has about four leaves. It is you absolute privacy.Bank.
have improved their roads, the schools
I \ duction of sheep products must come distributed. Like the boll weevil, the essential to keep all the young leaves
; mainly from farms. Here, then, is stomach worm was considered to be ae easily reached, the average attendance coated with the mixture. The copperin I

\ the farmer's opportunity to take advantage until it greater, the efficiency largely the is poinonous to the germ-
wholly an evil thing was spray Starke
increased and economic consolidation of
t I I I of the increased consumptionof found that the methods of preventionand made possible. Regular attend- inating spores of the fungus. It is ..w

these products. circumvention were also the best i necessary, therefore, in order to keep =
I at school consistent and
ance means
While mutton can be produced at methods for economical production.In the vines healthy, that the foliage
of both school and
regular growth
law cost and there is a growing demand most parts of the South ewes should be kept covered with the mix- -
pupil, and consolidation of schools
\ for it, difficulty in selling may : will drop their lambs in November or means a maximum of efficiency at a ture. "" . .
where the
be experienced in sections Stomach much Spraying for Blight.A .
December. worms are ty
minimum of cost. It is also note-
i j amount of live stock produced has less troublesome in the cooler months. that there is marked spraying experiment was carriedon t
worthy a
I not been sufficient to make it worth Also rape and some other forages will for the consolidated schoolto in co-operation with a grower, for ;:
tendency !
!I while for regular buyers to operate. furnish good winter feed if planted become the social and intellectual the purpose of testing the efficiency of < g1t1
handle
Slaughtering plants .that can early enough to make a fair growth Bordeaux mixture in controlling "
of the Most llti
center community. _
: carloads are within reach of all sections before the coldest weather. Lambs modern rural school houses blight. On account of the delay in tit' ,-iirl/
are so
'' and if a sufficient number. of marketed in March or April sell at a constructed as to serve the communityas receiving the spraying machine, the I. Vii

i 1 neighbors combine to have one hundred premium because of the market gathering places for various kindsof work was somewhat belated. But t, :

' 1, : lambs of similar breeding, size scarcity of genuine spring lambs at public meetings, and where vans good results were obtained in spite of rt7 + iff 1,

and condition to ship jointly the returns this. Bordeaux mixture, ((4-6-5Q was .
that time of the !
year. are used to the children to
convey i
are assured. It will also be To Protect Sheep From Dogs school during the day they are fre- used in this experiment. The machinewas 4 i11 i-_ V.
rt t.1D
possible to secure visits and bids from The is serious one in one which had the pump gearedto _
dog question a quently pressed into service to haul. _
buyers when such a number is promised. I the wheels. The barrel held fifty 1 :
sections and better state legisla- :
: many the farmers and their wives to insti- ii
The lamb clubs of Tennessee, tion is needed to protect flocks from tute work, lectures, or entertainments' gallons, and the nozzles were so ar- 1i Y

notably the one at Goodlettsville, have the ravages of worthless curs. Woven at the school house. The consolidated ranged that five rows could be sprayed i
: very successful in this work. at one time. But on account of
proven While it
wire fences will turn dogs. _
school becomes a sort of community :It i ..
1 The same organization can also be is to fence large in the inefficiency of the pump, only
expensive pastures center to which all educated and social It
; ', < used in disposing of the wool. this way, smaller fields devoted to activities converge, and in order thatit thirty gallons of the spray were applied l' fi&JJJ1lt: -; II j I1:==:1.,

1 In countries where economy in forage crops will carry the flock ina may properly perform that func- per acre. Not less than fifty -"

farm management has been studieda more ,healthy condition and require tion all of the highways leading to it gallons should be applied to an acre.

long time, the sheep is considered much less outlay for fencing. The should be so improved as to renderit The sprayed rows kept a greener 4 is of little use unless N
' to be in utilizing vegeta- color the and they t
necessary whole forage crop area can be fenced readily accessible throughout the during season

l tion on such waste lands as are not and lower portable fences used for year. yielded more cucumbers than the un- have his :It

: r:'* .' wet or marshy. But the sheep can confining the sheep to the particular. sprayed rows. Four applications were i you prescription

': r* i ii, hold its place on high-priced land as crop ready for grazing.It made during the season, with a weekor :

i a meat producer alone. Compared is seldom that the highly bred. EAST INDIAN MAGIC. ten days between each spraying.The compounded by an experienced '

I :. : with larger animals it has some important and well-kept dogs attack sheep. The cost of spraying was figured on and fully qualified druggist. I
The Clever Sand Trick and the
I : t I advantages. First, the lambs roving nondescripts do most of the Way Dry It Is Performed.A the basis of four sprayings for 23 i .,..
r mature very rapidly, being marketable damage. Communities in which the acres. The cost of teams and labor
t A \ clever trick often seen in In- Bring them here where we specializein
- at four moths of age or later, according majority of people consider sheep to was $28, and the material cost $35;
dia is the following, which is known as carefulness in
not .
; to breeding and feeding. This of more importance than dogs will the "dry sand trick." making a total of $63. only compound. :

''' 1 is an economy because a larger pro- have a sentiment that is not healthfulfor The fakir brings forward a pail The average price of cucumbers ing but in our selection of the drugswe '"

portion of the total feed goes into dogs that travel independently. which he proceeds to fill with water. being $1.50 per basket; the gross gain use. Ask your doctor about, It. t

' S f \ increase of weight than in slower lIe then shows some ordinary saud, by spraying on 23 acres was $300.50. r ,

;..- t growing animals. Second, the sheep quite dry. To prove its dryness he Deducting the cost of spraying, which r.
Armenian Peasant Life. takes a handful and. blowing sharply -
up
I if !'" consumes a greater variety of plants Among the Armenian peasants the upon it, scatters it in all directions. was $63, and $25 for deterioration of Mitchell's Store i

I I than of other animals. Many of such old patriarchal system prevails. The lie then takes up another handful and the machine, the net gain on 23 acres Drug

. : plants are detrimental t opastures and entire family of a score or two of drops it into the water. We'can all see was $212.50.

.< \ would otherwise require hand labor people of several generations lives it lying in the bottom of the pail under Cause of the Disease '

to hold them in check. Third, grain beneath a single roof. Together both the water. Next showing his hands Cucumber and cantaloupe blight is STARKE, FLORIDA !,I

t : I waist in harvesting can be entirely men and women till the tells in a empty, he places one In the pail and caused by a fungus known as Pseu- ; -"
primitive manner and when the grainis brings out a handful of the sand. .
These facts
i recovered by sheep.
ripe they take u sheaf to the road- Blowing upon it. it still scatters in all doperonospora cubensis. The disease .
, prompt some farmers to claim that side that the passing stranger may directions, showing it to be as dry as is spread by the spores, which are

I rr the summer food of sheep costs nothing give a present and thus bless the crop. ever. This is repeated several times borne on the under side of the leaf, WE HAVE FAITH IN \' GRADING TURPE.'TINE,

:y because what they consume would Their houses are of stone roughly laid until all the sand is again extracted. and, as stated above, have in mass. Washington, D. C., March 10.- $
,
'.: otherwise bring no returns. or of mud. or frequently they are half This clever trick is performed in the a faint violet or smoky color. The ,..l THIS STOMACH REMEDY answer to numerous requests for?* I
underground and from distance their following manner: Fine clean sand is '
Compared with hogs the sheep has a -- 'S
l i spores fall on the upper side of the A woman customer said to us the other
domelike roofs resemble the moundsof selected washed carefully in hot .water ferences upon the grading on
an advantage in the wider variety day, "Say, you ought to tell
leaf, germinate, and penetrate the everyone in
Jr' a prairie dog settlement Christian several times and dried in the sun
, town about Rexan and Department !
of materials it consumes. Being a Dyspepsia Tablets. .1 turpentine, the :
After the enters
:
epidermis. fungus
i Herald. Some of this sand is then placed in a would myself if I could. That
I !; reminant it makes its gain with a frying pan with a lump of fresh lard the leaf it grows in the tissues and thinking. So many people have used set us them to Agriculture held a public confer

.4 i, minimum of grain and expensive con- Cured. and is cooked until all the lard is burn- kills the cells. Finally the fungus and have so enthusiastically sounded their on this subject at the New.Nsifo *.

(I' centrates. This is especially important "She married him to reform him,and ed away. The result is that every par- again bears its spores on the undersurface praises both to us and their friends, thatwe Museum 8th and B Streets, N.Ji;;
had ,
ticle of sand is covered with a thin an idea you all knew about them.
,.' on some southern lands that he has succeeded. I
and these are blown about "
coating of grease, so that when this But, in.the. chance that some of you who Washington, D .C., beginning} ':
the "What was his favorite form of dis- .
better adapted to production
are by the wind to start new infections. suffer from indigestion, heartburn, '
I sand is dropped into the water it remains dyspepsia -
'. > of forage crops than to grain growing sipation? dr '. &ieutificmerican.. ,or some other stomach complaintdon't p.m. Thursday, March 5. "
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-He was a spendthrift" bow
' about them-we are writing this.
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't The following subjects':
"Why. he has, nothing to spendr"Nope. Not Guilty. They contain Bismuth and Pepsin, two
ti( : Like the hog, the sheep has its She spent all he had.- Four Footed Poultry.A Lawyer-You understand what you of the I. greatest digestive aids known tomedical sidered: '

4 peculiar ailments which sometimes result Houston PostSufficient certain old man in the Wync hope are to do in court now, don't you? science.- They soothe and comfort Errors now made in gradingNew ..
i in loss as well as discouragement. settlement named Bickley was exceedingly Client-Yes. I guess so. Lawyer- the stomach promote the secretion of gastric "
Unlike the ailments of the Grounds For a DivOfCII. fond of "..i is word" He was:: When the court ask you whether you juice, help to quickly digest the food permanent type samPIgrading
. are guilty of manslaughter or not you and convert it into rich, red blood, and rosin. ( .
; those of the ridiug his horse over the country oiu turpentine and .
hog, however; sheep are "Man never knows what untold agony do improve the action of the bowels. We
Dut I can't
Client
ri ordinarily not contagious, and the woman suffers. exclaimed chatty bright: spring day, apparently intent on say that."guilty.conscience wouldn't- allow it. lieve them to be the best remedy made beI for I i have been prepared by the B r

means necessary to prevention are the Mis. abb."The some importi business.Whenever Lawyer my Why? Client Because itwasn't indigestion and dyspepsia. We certainly t r Chemistry aid, will be shown tnd'jcussed.

.J same as should be adopted for the only untold agony a woman he,met anybody he gravely I killed, it wouldn't offer them to you entirely at our ,' .) s.. .
a man was a woman.Xl'w risk unless
suffers is when she wears tight shoesto asked: "Have you teen anything! of we felt sure they would do you b .
, economical in York Globe. lot of Certification of samples, -
. most production, even a good. If Rexall type
Dyspepsia
be stylish replied Mr. Gabb.-Cincinnati any stray poultry today? I've lost Tablets
health. do not relieve indigestion Department of Agriculture (As|
check
: Enquirer. mine and am hunting it. When they jour the
't The most serious menace to con- told him "No" he would proceed on hU I Very Thrilling. heartburn, and make it possible for you done with cpttcn type samples, .
to
She The life of A swret service man 1 eat what you like whenever you like, attbAdulteration t.,
thrift in the flock is the How to rosin 'f
tinuous pre- Reflection. way. come back and get your 'f grade your .... :.,t .
money.
,
be thrilling lIe-Yes that'swhat
, : sence of internal parasites, chiefly "Not everything in this world is appropriate After >eudins several hours in what must very ; I Sold only at the more than 7,000 Rexall misgrading :;$ '
I thou ,ht when I read of of
seemed l vain search he at last I one Stores and in rcsk .
to ;
;:b stomach worms. The eggs of thee >e a !!I this town only at our store. grading of turpentine and -
& : stomach dropped thee "What makes you think of that?" rode up to the door of a farmhouse: and I II the president's wards falling asleep Three sizes, 25c, SOc, and 51.00.Mitchell's Short short weigfc _
worm are upftn measure, .
standing -IJuffalo Express. ...
: #t "The fact is that widows do called "Hello! .\ lady came to the up. .t:
ground with the feces from infected not wear sea wl' sBaltlmoremerl navy I door, and dolling his hat very iwliteiy.! Drug Store, Starke, Fla. cooperage. ,$<
sheep. The small worms are swallowed can. the old man inquired if she had "noticed Impatient. ----'-.-- These expecting to attend .

i with the grass three or four days any stray.poultry around?" "Do you tell your husband everything Musical. ference are requested to |give '"

i after hatching from' the eggs, and A Snapshot. After a moment's thought the wom- ?" "Why. I cant lIe won't listen "Why has the bass viol player such notice to the Bureau of

reach the stomach. Stomach worms "Ueft's a case where the police an told him she had seen no chickens. to me over two or three hours on Iistretch.Washington an unhappy expression?" U. S. Department" of A. >

.'. are frequently present in such large caught a photographer they wanted in "Oh," he replied its my hogs that ,Herald. "Search mf." Those unable to attend the ea&
I I've lost not chicke 1-Youth's "Because he has
his dark my to stand for
.. numbers as to draw so heavily from room. Aim only at that which is within anything are invited to submit their. J'
Companion. the orchestra
"Ha! A genuine of development Vla3's-llinnesota
arrested
case
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the circulation as to cause emacia- reach and trust the big things to time Millue-Ila.Ua. writing before the date of _.
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months for it to mature. The bean duced a few general'remarks he expressed -:
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has a distinctive flavor of its owi while in Fort Myers, but he i "

r The seed are. planted about six feet Ready for To-morrow 1 t:
LIVE STATE NEWS talked more in detail while in Kis .
apart and trellis vines about fiveor
simmee and from the Journal of that Horses digest their feed less thoroughly than
six feet feet above the ground.
other farm animals! la order to insure ;
thorough I
in De
. city we take the following verbatim f
digestion of all the food eaten, and to make your: STOCK MEDICINE with '
r Reports from the office of Collector report of what he said then, whichis horses readier for next day's work add to their my horse regularly and J
That Are Hayes Lewis, of the internal revenucollector's evening feed a teaspoonful 01- ode it proposition "
Things Happening In Florida as Told the truth about our State discovered also nukes :
office, indicate that about them healtajr.thnvinjand
; By Our Exchanges. j by an intelligent observer. Andit STOCAIrarohastos
1,000 Floridians will have to pay taxes Bee Dee .

; di upon their incomes. According to will be verified by every ether: MEDICINE R.F.D.No.1.
!' : O'Neill.Nebr.25c .
Mr. Lewis some of the incomes of ;a observer who has adequate mentalas
} few Floridians It will lessen JOur feed Mils.B .
"would astonish thnatives"
, The Florida Audubon Society held< ed and killed a burrow near the Ridda I II well as physical eyes to see with will Increase. yonr profit SOc seed $l. per can
by their size. Most of the At yow dealer
t its thirteenth annual meeting in Win- Hotel in Pal mBeach county a short Said Governor Cox: "The thing P.RI
I people in the State who will come under -
i I ter Park last Tuesday.. Much progress: time since, but remember this county; the new law have moderate sized that impresses me about Florida is

;- has been made in the matter of bird is probably 200 miles from here.- its
incomes, but there are several down permanency. We folks up north '
protection since this society was organized Exchange. the East Coast who class with the
t up usually think of Florida as lasting "Blfr CHIEF-
and it is the object of the
J ,
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The outlook for of fn'it lergest in the country, according to< about four ,
i Flurida Audubon Society to arouse a good crop months in the year, and :
TI\EM AiL"sSTRAIGflf
the collector. Monday was advertise
; still further interest throughout the next season is very bright at this: we do not realize that it is an all-
time.v No damage from cold, plentyof as the last day, but Mr. Lewis said
;. State in this vital concern. year-round place. Coming down ...
.
.. rain, and an extra heavy bloom they could be sent in Tuesday. Ac- .

* By a vote of 140 in favor of the coming on indicate a record breaking cording to returns from the various from Jacksonville yesterday, as I

I issue and only 16 against, the peopleof crop, and with business conditions im- large financial centers in the country gazed out over the somewhat dreary

St. Petersburg, Tuesday, declared proving throughout the country, pros- Uncle Sam will realize a large amountof landscape, I could not help think how

; themselves in the favor of issuing pects for good times on Indian river money as taxes upon incomes.R. wonderful it is that nature has seen r

143,000 worth of bonds for the construction are very encouraging.-Cocoa Star. H. Martin and Joseph Borders, fit to produce her sweetest fruits .

t t of a municipal gas plant A Reber and D. Fernbaugh have Kansas City agents of the Florida amid such surroundings. Judging I .

i: Plans for the plant are already drawn taken the cake on the two largest fish Fruit Lands company, pleaded guilty from what I have learned of the Il ,

the engineer's guaranteeing that its in one catch. They landed a twenty- in federal court in Kansas City, Fri- country, I firmly believe that this 100 PROOFIiENTUCKYWHISKEY

construction will not exceed the bond pound and a thirty-pound bass on day, to charges of a lottery in the sale from what I have learned of the i

f h issue. Tuesday. Dr. Yingling' is offering a of lands in the Everglades of Florida I great stretch of territory will even-

t' reward to find out what kind of bait tually be converted into the garden
t f Callahan, Fla.-The truckers in Gallic Record.J. Judge Van Valkenburgh reserved sen- tract of the world. This will havea
they used. Eau "Made in Old ;
have under tence. Martin and Borders were indicted Kentucky"J.l1S'w
; | ,this vicinity organized wholesome effect on the entire

the name of the Nassau County M. Spurlock, Edwin Burgess,, with six other officers and country. Food prices will be reduced -

r Truckers union with headquarters at Willie Pickett, Elah Jones and Percy agents of the lands company last November for fresh vegetables may be se- The Home Sweet Home of Good Whiskey 1
of the
t this point. There will be a large I Oglivie took a fishing trip up Nassau on the general charge cured at reasonable cost any time

f acreage of Irish potatoes, beans, to- river in T. B. Oglivie's gasoline launch misuse of the mails. It was charged of the year, and this will be the The pride of the oldest distillery in the Blue Grass

I 'ma'oes and other vegetables planted last week and caught in less than a they misrepresented land sold in small' source of them. Grazing, too, I be- State whose reputation for quality is known the world over.

; here for spring shipments. Potatoes day over 500 mullet. They made the tiacts to 12,000 persons. Among those lieve, has a great future in this Bottled in our own warehouse under strict supervision ,
Bolles of Jacksonville
indicted R. J.
o was -
are. now going into the ground haul with cast nets. The party returned Fla. of the country for it is certainly the realm enables us to tell the world that Indian Bill is whiskey
president
i 'at a rapid; rate and weather conditions to Callahan highly elated over company. of opportunity and in time forage worth while.
Martin and Borders are the first to
ti are favorable. their luck and distributed their catch plants will be discovered which will
. I answer to the indictments. Among You will too if it. Our
among the inhabitants of our city. I be suitable to the conditions. Yes, say so you try guaran e
i Mr. B. B. McCall shipped a carload other charges made is one to the ef- '
This record eclipses all previous so' these things are certainly coming." protects you. Quick delivery our hobby. 'i; :
of stall beef cattle to Augusta recently far know aid is commendableone fect that the company sold as thor-
a
,as we PREPAID
making one car of quite a number to the least. The party left oughly drained land, portions of the EXPRESS .
say A WILL AND A WAY. t
that have been or are in preparation here Friday at one o'clock in the after- Everglades that were still under water 4 Full Quarts, $3.00 6 Full Quarts, $4.50

for shipment from this 'placet The noon and returned early Saturday and are under. water today. How. a Great Sculptor Insisted Upon 12 Full Quarts, 9.00 1 Gal. Glass Jug, $3.00
feeding of cattle here marketing: 1)1.1r->
Callahan Leader. Getting Recognition
morning.-
The committee appointed by the ,:
WRITE FOR OUR BIG PRICE LIST
is be in-
ItS S getting to quite an While still an unknown struggling
DeLand city council to tour the State
dustry, and doubtless those engagedin The report started sometime since student. Carpeaux. tbe famous sculptor

. it are finding it is a most profitable that the four year term officials with a .view to getting information determined to get bis work and Chas. Blum CompanyEstablished

; way of disposing of their surplus fur- would tart in the spring primarybut regarding municipal improvements in bis name before the public, so he sent ,

age.-Madison News. would hold over until 1916 was other towns, returned this week, after a bas-relief that be had just finishedto when. your Grandfather was a Boy

; squashed by Governor Trammell,I having visited Sanford, Orlando, Kis- the Salon in the hope of gainingthe Warehouse 22

Alachua, Florida-A truck grow- who emphatically stated that he had simmee, Plant City, Tampa, St. Augustine notice of Napoleon: III.

ers association was formed in this appointed the Semir.ole officials to St. Petersburg and Bartow. They The subject he had chosen was KSONVILLE, :: FLORIDA
J. T. Cribb full of enthusiasm and "The Surrender of Abd el Kader to ,
14. returned
\ city February was office until 1915 which reported I
hold January, "
III. He labored hard ,
Napoleon so r--
elected president and F. B. Godfrey at once to the city council witha
it incumbent all offic-
will make
upon over the work that he fell ill. lie lay
secretary. An executive committee ials to run for office again. The recommendation that the city pro on a sickbed in the hospital when the ry
will be appointed by the presidentto ceed to at once make improvementsto
question arose on account of the news came that the Salon jury had
have 'charge of the selling and four year term men who if electedat the extent of four hundred thousand accepted the bas-relief and would hangit / '

" such other business that cannot be the spring primary will have to dollars; two hundred thousand to' at the approaching exhibition. FavoriteFertilizersARE

. handled by the officers. The indica- make the race again in two years be taken care of by a bond issue and Unfortunately MAbd el Kader" was!,

tions are that there will be between to the balance to be assessed against so poorly placed in the Salon that it entirely -
when in fact they are supposed and .
200 and 300 'acres' of vegetables, property owners. Most of this amount escaped the notice of public
hold office for four years.SanfordHerald.
alike. not dis-
Carpeaux was .
which/does not include watermelons. would be spent for street paving and emperor I
courased. He was no sooner out of
planted in this section. about fifty thousand dollars for street
the hospital than he heard that the
t W. A:Stdckland of Paradise was in sewerage. It is though that the city
emperor was to visit some cities of
There about} twelve hundred
are now -
the city Friday looking after businessand council will take action soon, lookingto northern France.! Immediately he packed BEST -'
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for but
men fishing sponges, greeting his legion of friends.Mr the calling of an election to decide the cherished group and set off for
the catches reported to be .
are very : Strickland and son, T. Justice upon a bond issue.-Osceola Journal. Valenciennes. When the emperor en- FOR
small This is said to be becauseof tered the ball of that town the J
Strickland, conduct one of the largest Bartow Record. city

Lad weather, and the consequent and most 'prolific farms in this section I has relief was exhibited at the en- ALL CROPS j t;

,muddiness of the water which pre- They have finished planting 60 Without a mouthful of food Mrs. trance. Napoleon inquired about it. RWrite

vents the ,divers from seeing for acres to cantaloupes, between four and Minnie Bickett, of this city, has lived Unfortunately. Lemaire the deputy for Catalogue .

much of a distance around them. for 39 days on nothing but water. from that district was something of a ,q
five acres to beans and are now put- 1
The few. boats which have come in ting the seed in the soil for about 120 She will complete her fast of sculptor himself'and well. of a Jealous disposition -

'within the past few 'days have 40 days tomorrow and expects to as
will
of Other staple '.f
acres corn. crops "Bah1! he replied. "An uninteresting
brought catches of something like again that day. The
begin eating
be planted, but corn and cantaloupesare piece: the work of a student. The .
ten or twelve bunches of sponges.- leaders with the Stricklands. Mostof fast is the longest she has ever tried emperor passed on.

Tarpon Springs Leader. the corn is utilized in feeding their but she is a great believer i n fast- Undaunted. Carpeaux repacked his INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER CO

Pensacola harbor is fairly alive hogs, and few farmers in the State ing as a way to cure bodily ills and work and set off for Lille. There the ,
on several occasions has gone for collapse of the ballroom floor put a f
in FLA.
with government vessels. There) are have been as successful producing JACKSONVILLE
long periods without eating. The stop! to the festivities and to the em- ,
now fourteen ships of Uncle Sam's pork.-Gainesville Sun. .
for
started
peror's visit Carppaux t
present fast is the longest that she WE SELL SEED POTATOES
fighting force in the deep water portand Garden Fla.-B. F. Davisis Amiens only to be arrested as a suspicious -
Winter
has ever tried, the best previous
more coming. The latest arrival character and to have his
cultivating a vegetable wonder, the record being 24 days. Mrs. Bick-
.
bundle confiscated. fie succeeded -
The precious
boat destroyers. .
were torpedo
Solomon Island gourd or socalled ett is the wife of W. H. Bickett, the in proving his innocence and --- --

presence of these vessels makes Pen- "Gauda" bean. This bean is a nativeof .. famous trapese performer, and some Immediately hastened to the archbishop : .flu1JwuuuuwLnJwwH
and
sacola with uniforms
streets gay Australia and, on two vines there time since sustained a slight strokeof who pave him permission to ( .

the merchants and business men are have been raised 36 pods measuringFrom paralysis. She decided that to- exhibit the group at the cathedral

Well pleased with the increased activity 2 feet to 4 feet, eight inches, in tal abstinence from food for forty gates. When You Want''I'I

that this brings into almost length. It is believed that the bean days would do her much good. In The emperor deep In thought entered 1
every line of trade and industry. the! church without glancine to rightor
will do better during the summer time spite of the fact that she has not
Times Union Short Talks. left. Again "Abd el Kader" had .
in> Florida than in the winter. It can eaten for 39 days Mrs. Bickett is in : attention.
failed to attract Xaimleon's
Time has now brought to light the be grown anywhere in the country good condition and feels only slightly Carpeaux now decided to risk everything Horse A Mule : ,

total damage done here to potato seed where the summer is at least 90 days weak. She sleeps well and has on one chance. I, .

by the heavy rains causing rot.. The long: as" it takes about three months attended to her household duties as The next day the emperor, with his .

actual damage is but a small per cent. for it to mature. The bean has a 'usual. Tarpon Springs Leader. usual retinue, visited a local exhibi-

The fields are now beginning to look distinctive delicate flavor of its own. tion. They were examining some A Buggy A WagonASetofllarness
Having adopted and entered upon paintings when suddenly a young man
like extensive lawns with their The seed are planted about six feet
green
the commission form of government, pushed forward and halted before Sa- -
thousands of young plants. Those apart and trellis vines about five or the enterprising city of Lakeland is poleon. Pointing to the bas-relief of i ."

rho first thought they had lost heavily six feet above the ground. Abd el Kader" be started to speak, but I
to a step farther and employ a
have found that only the tender go before be could utter a word he was ;
Near Inverness ashort time ago city manager, after the manner of
and hustled to side. A
sprout had rotted back and the seed surrounded one tF
of the hunters killed an animal Dalton, 0. Lakeland i snow advertis-
of the fields i one great hubbub arose, for every one
sprouted again. Many
that doesn't yet seem to have founda ing for a man for this position andit thought that it was an attempt on the
are now showing an eighty-five per Come to See Us
name. The quadruped is said to is hoped that it will be successfulin emperor's life. Finally.; the young
cent stand and some few nearly a
resemble a fox, a kangaroo, adog, securing just the sort of man de man, still struggling with his captors,

hundred per cent.-Bushnell Tribune.. .a wolf, and a few other things, and sired. While that city does not, of managed to shout above the clamor "I, We buy in car lots and give our cus-
author of that
R. H. Muirhead holds the cham- not to be near enough like any to course, require such high qualifica- group Carpeaux!" And am again the be pointed to the tomers the benefit of the lowest prices.

pionship so far in the Herald con- be identified with .the special breed. tions as are needed for a city the as-relief. Gradually calm was restored

test for big cabbages. He brought Anyway, since the animal was shot size of Dayton, the office is one call and Napoleon examined the .

tone yesterday that weighs twen- and stuffed and placed on exhibition ing for executive ability of the best work which the sculptor bad so dramatically -I

ty-four pounds and hasa spread of I I some have come into Inverness to type. Lakeland is not satisfied with brought to his attention. He J. W.ANDREWS & SON :

leaves across the head of three feet. tell of depredations made on their the commission form in itself but it was delighted with it and purchasedIt t

The cabbage is on exhibition in the fowl yards in a peculiar manner, mast first; have a city manager to on the spot. Carpeaux's reputationwas

"Window of A. P. Connelly on Magnolia and the hunter who brought down must also have a city manager to finally established!-Youth's Com-

avenue and is attracting con- the what-is-it is given credit for carry out the directions of the com- panion.

siderable attention and is undoubtedly exterminating an unwelcome resi- mission. This latest idea in muni Wisdom of the Starke FloridaWftflflJLrfLnJWuWL

the largest head of cabbage resident of the woods TimesUnion cipal government will be watched with Young Lady-Will the young man 1 ,

that has been raised in this section.If Short Talk great interest as it is to be exemplified am engaged to make a good husband

there are any larger ones, bring a by our enterprising neighbor, and Fortune Teller-It's up to you to makea .
A Winter Garden dispatch in the husband of him All bad husbands -- -
good
them in and take the Herald prize.- upon its results will depend much of ; .
Sanford Herald B. F. Davisis dear self made.New
says: my are
Sanford Herald.G. the future of the commission idea in For the Sake .of Peace. Lifelike.
cultivating a vegetable wonder, this State. The incident further shows York World. "That's what I call hush money!T remarked Admirer-Where did you get that

R. Dyess, known in the Everglades Solomon Island gourd or so-called : that Florida is not to be found laggingfar "His Charm Goes, a father as he put down the heartrending description of a sick
i hunter and "Gaudan bean." This bean is a na-: cash for a bottle of paregoric for the
as the pioneer behind in the progressive pro- Phoebe-You will hardly know I child? Great Author-lt'ft the way my
trapper, was in town Monday vpth tive of Australia, and on two vines cession.-Tampa Tribune. Freddy since he got back from'Monte infantile members of his: family. i boy says he feels when he wauU to

47 otter's furs out of a. total of 68 there have been raised 36 pods meas-: Carlo. He lost aU his money there get out of going' to scboo>.-Life. .

( he trapped during the past winter. from 2 feet to 4 feet,.8 inches in We recently quoted Governor Cox, Evelyn-Hardly know him! Why, Good Board. I
'
These sell from about eight dollarsup. length. It is believed that the bean of Ohio, in rebuttal of the testimony I shan't know him at alls-Illustrated! Bill-Do you get good board where Only a Compariwn! ,
you can eat now? Tom-Good board? wife think ytMi'rethe
Mr. Dyess is an interesting will do better during the summer of a disgruntled visitor to the Tele- Smith-Does your
Bits. Why. eat off the arm of a chair every. best man who ever lived? J&ne*- j
character, yet not an old man. He time in Florida than in winter. It office who thought Florida's meal.-Boston Tnulllerl t.
.. gram tltll li .In$. Ollsf t r -rWali't'... J Of course not: I'm her second bu -j,
has had many experiences as a can be grown anywhere in the coun- only asset was her winter climate. The wont cue,ao utter of how long tUadiac, band-Jodge.
hunter. Among other stories he re- try where the summer is at least 90 Governor Cox has been recently lie cued by the wonderfel. old reliable De. Actions looks words-steps from the -

o 'lated here was how a panther attack lays long, as it takes about three touring South Florida and we repro- "Porter Uu4 Amtbeptie Halo IN Roust same time.OiL zfc.IOc.fun ttrettntt alphabet by which you spell character. TIle greatest fool la the one Rho I .

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;i r t THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH _, i .
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r MAKING BOOZE PAY SEABOARD TIME TABLE.On I + 4l-t:;tttttt t t MIIIIIH. *1 .
VOTING BY MAIL + *

Bradford County Telegraph Voting by mail is being seriously One of the readers of the Eustis PAPER BAGCOOKING and after Sunday, January 4, + CHURCHES .

I ti .. considered by the Election Comissionof Lake Region, writes the editor of that 1914, trains will run as follows: ++IIII*'f.111 #I t + IIIMIIIH4Baptist.

Local and Long Distance Phone Milwaukee. Several of the Com-' paper as follows; No. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa, due ,: ."" <

I Number 40 '! missioners are known to be much im; Editor Woods-To the married man at Starke 11:02 a. m ,

fl pressed with the plan, and it looks as who cannot get along without his No. 1, Jacksonville to Tampa, due Rev 0. M. Britton, pastor. SUU?

r ,r if Governor Walsh will have to hurryif drinks we suggest the following as a Great System Perfected by M. 11:14 day sch'-ol 9:45 a. m. Morning ael.;
at Starke
entered
and as p.m.
Published weekly, he wants to lead the way. The solution to the bondage of his habit: Famous London Chef. vice, 11 o'clock; evening service;.?
11 Mcond class matter at the post-office Soyer, No. 15, Jacksonville to Cedar Key, o'clock. Visitors cordially invited'oworshi
,' Governor is trying to work out a Start a saloon in your own house.
Florida. ..... due at Starke 3:10 '} with MS.
at Starke -- --- -- -- -- ----- p.m. .
: i ; -1' practical plan of voting by mail. He Be the only customer. You will I
.. NOT LIMITED TO THE OVEN. No. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville, due ,Episcopal
. I : might secure assistance from the Mil- have no license to pay. Go to your
T. S. Matthews, Editor and Owner at Starke, 2:37 p.m. : A. Sherrod rector. .
r waukee scheme. wife and give her $2 to buy a gallonof Rev. E. en.
If E. Robbins ___ Associate: Editor, By Martha McCulloch Williams.All .
and Business, Manager The Western city's plan calls for whiskey and remember there are my life I have been a sort ot No. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville, due vices first Sunday in every month: .

.... placing the ballots in the hands of the 69 drinks in one gallon. domestic pioneer, cutting cross lots at Starke, 4:54 a.m. 1 l Christian. ;

,, voters about ten days before the pri- Buy your drinks from no one but of tradition rjid usage, sometimes it No. 14, Cedar Key to Jacksonville,
March 13,1914 Mullady Serge
Friday Rev. John pastor. .
Florida ,
Starke, maries or elections are held. Three your wife, and by the time the first'gallon i' must be confessed, to my own loss due at Starke 7:45 a.m. es at 3 p. m. first and third Sunday

.' -' envelopes are necessary. The largest is gone, she will have $8 tot:' and trouble other times with the Starke and Wannee Brach. of the month. iI j '

>dome people are successful failures. envelope, which is addressed to the put in the bank and $2 to start business happy result of finding out new and I! Presbyterian.
easier ways. So after a month of pa- No. 101 leaves Starke 5:45 a.m.
voter, it is proposed, would containa again.
Tampa per-bag cooking I asked myself if I No. 104 arrives at Starke 2:30 p.m. No regular pastor. Sunday school
Senator Works-his jaw. return envelope, properly stampedand Should you live ten years and continue I .
had sounded its whole possibilities? !
10 a.'m.
10 at :
and
Tribune. addressed to. the Election Com- to buy booze from her and then There was no definite answer pos- Seaboard Limited Trains.9

'; mission, a ballot, and a blank enve- die with snakes in your boots she' sible-so I took counsel with myself.All No. 9, Jacksonville to Tampa, du3 Mejthodist. '

,, The only safe way to drink liquor is lope in which the voter seals his bal- will have money enough to bury you'', about me I knew there were at Starke 12:51 p.m. Rev. B. T. Rape, pastor. Sunday

to do it by proxy. lot after he educate children 'folk;, singly or in pairs who liked hot '
( has marked it. decently, your buya No. 10 Tampa to Jacksonvilledueat school at 9:45, a. m. Morning M -

. / fonder On the back of the envelope addressed house and lot, marry a decent, man food, fresh, yet hated left.vers, who vice, at 11 o'clock; evening service, ?
f Absence make the heart grow had further great need to watch the Starke 6:10 p.m.T. o'clock. Visitors cordially invited to
and about
thinking
to the Election Commission the quit you.
of somebody else. t pennies. It seemed wasteful for J. GRIFFIN, Agentyour attend.
t voter would ign_ his name, address
ancient them either to heat a whole big oven
who lived in
r Sooner or later somebody will be and precinct, so that the signature Pythagoras, to cook a scrap of dinner or cook an

I trying to sell us stock in a radium could be compared with the one on (Greece about 2500 year ago, taught ovenful rather than waste heat. Further
f the doctrine of transmigration of .
file in the there ovenless folkthosewith
I mine. registration list. This pro- were
vision, it is claimed, would prevent souls from human bodies into the kitchenettes only, or portabletwo

t ,t To pay your bills as religiously as a voter from voting twice and also bodies of animals. The opposite be- ring stoves, put in commissionat

I jou collect them is the golden rule of would prevent "ringers" from voting. lief of the transmigration of the soils' need, then whisked out of sight. e gather

of animals into human bodies is more Could paper bag cooking be made use- x
business Returns could be made
until the (
night
find out-
credible. ful to them? I was going to i

i iubest; definition of when voting ceases. I la their behalf, and no less my .own. iI I ;
Blease
I Cole a.lth
Among the a afternoon I
I advantages claimed for So, upon Saturday .
Few will confess drunkenness ,
) an ass in a lion's skin that could men i could solve the
the Milwaukee system are: set myself to see if I ilarve
and it is almost impossible to
t ,', '.' be found. 1. Ballots, having been placed in prove problem without jln' against either j
r the fact of drunkenness in a court .
the hands of the ease or economy. !
voter 10 before
I record established. His record is al- days of law. A woman in Tennessee I looking through my pot closet, I "0

ready established in the minds of the election, could be carefully studied be- testified that she was positive the'' found a cast iron skillet, not over big,

people. fore election, could be carefully studi- defendant in the case was not drunk, nor small, and about three inches ,

-- ed before being marked. because she saw him move his little deep. I found also a deepish round

i Some women fhould be allowed to 2. Long waits at the voting booths finger. I iron pan just fitting ,the skillet-top. .

1 vote and some men should not be would be eliminated. : I Placing one upon the other there wasa -
----
3. Workers not be forced space of almost five inches between
I allowed to vte. would to The Chief Obstacle.
I them, top and bottom.aving found
4 lose time and pay on election days. The French are not inclined to take wire a..11it
them I went out and bought a
: I For some reason, Lincoln Beachey 4. Farmers would not be obligedto things too seriously. Thus while they
trivet. I bought also an exact poundof '
t" cannot become a martyr to the science travel miles to the voting places. love and respect the venerable\ French I finely chopped neatfourteenounces \\ \\ \\\\\'1 \ ) 1 I ) .r /

': .f aerial navigation. 5. Voting would be made so easy academy they never refrain from making i lean veal with two ounces of ,h r+

, h that the chronic stay-at-homes and it the subject of a little good na- suet. This I shaped, into an oval flat- '

The Pensacola News quotes Shakespeare invalids could all have a voice in the tured wit. Even the members them ; tish cake, salted and peppered it well r} j'' > 11 a

like the devil quotes scripture- government, making it representativeof selves as this, entry M Victor Hugo's: I all over the outside, then floured it (

that is, misquotes it. the whole people. notebook will show, indulge: themselvesin : i liberally, and overlaid the top with

Ol"I.ionallllies against the famous -! thinly sliced mild onion, thickly sliced "'
Voting by mail has been indorsed in :
The normal head contains 80,000 ititutio peeled tomatoes and sundry lumps of
these columns before, when many arguments On Dec: 17. 1S4G. Victor Hugo him- I
lairs. We know some fellows'who are well-floured( butter. Next I put it in a .

bout, 79.9'J5 shy.-Tampa Tribune. in favor of the plan were put self one of the forty "immortal" mem- paper bag-the biggest my skillet put the

forward. It is the voting method of bers of the academy, wrote in his note-I would take pinned in the corners of I money i'si

The man who cannot save himself the future.-Tampa Tribune. book "Today, Thursday in the the bag after sealing it, and laid It I

cannot be saved, and he would not be emy. I spoke there with Dupin the I on the trivet which had been set in j

worth'the trouble.. if he could be saved..l' On the first page of the Telegraphthis elder about Balzac and of his chancesof the skillet before it was put, covered* 1' this bank

week we publish a letter sent election to the academy. 'Thun er" over 'a gas ring on top the stove. I fl .,

Dupin interrupted me. 'So you really The skillet was sizzling hot-so hot ,,)
.
i
t out General T. F.
A man in Illinois at 97 nickels on by Attorney West .,
I believe that. without any more to do. that a smell of scorching came forthin
+ wager. Anybody could eat more to chairmen of county executive com- will \ ;)
I Balzac be chosen the first time he about four minutes. That was the

I, than that at a fashionable restaurant mittees, which makes it plain that comes up for election. signal to turn down the heat more I T\0 NOT take your, harvest money .}

'1 I ll ese days. county commissioners and members of 'You quote examples wbere that than half. Because I want my veal

the board of public instruction will be has (I'cum'tlut, \ those prove nothing. always as well done as possible, be- home with you. There are thousands J

The people who drop pennies into the nominated in the coming primary bya Think of fi! Balzac at the first presentation cause I knew the tomatoes would prevent -

I contribution box at church do it ber' vote of the county at large insteadof of his name! You have thought any possible drying out, I left of thefts of money every year that is keptin

cause there are no smaller denomina- their respective districts as here- the matter over carefully? Good! But my bag cooking forty-five minutes, this Put harvest in this bank t
.' coined. tofore. \oh hate forgotten: one reason why it I meantime getting ready salad, fruit, way. your money
tions This the it will
being
case, .
is quite impossible that Balzac shouldbe and setting my table.I Withdraw it when you 'please.
i 4. be advisable for all candidates for
j three feet elected to the academy-he deserves have in my time eaten much meat
only
r' 1.I A pre-hiatoric man the offices of county commissioner or it." and good meat, but never any better. Start an account like all the other farmers who haveHJ i
has been dug in California.
long up
member of the board of public instruction Therefore, know, all ye ovenless,
made i this world Commence
successes in today-Acre i
live these
longer .
i That shows that men to publish their announce- you can cook in paper bags thus by l

jays.-Tampa times. ments in the Bradford County Tele- NOTICE. help of a skillet and cover-Indeed, .iE

Notice is hereby given that the of sound iron vesseL
graph in order to secure the neces- any

t If the majority of intelligent women sary publicity.throughout the county, Registration Books will be open at the (Copyright, 1911, by the Associated Bradford County BankEstablished

it.TimesUnion.hy and this matter should be attended toI Court House in Starke, Florida, for Literary Press.)

I the of registering for the
at once. Send in your announcementand purpose
j I intelligent women have it? Primary. Election to be held on June CONCERNING BOER RABBIT.By (
before the
get your name people.
. ," / The 6, 1914, from the 15th day of March 'N. T. Ritch, Pres. W. T. Weeks, Vice-Pres. E. P. Duncan, CsJue
The latest variation of the colored early bird catches the worm in Nicolas Soyer, Chef of Brooks' T '
until the 15th day of April.E. L :
wig fad is red, white and blue. Green politics as well as in other lines of Club, London. S s

". would be the most appropriate color business. C. Croft, Hare or Rabbit (Roasted),-Stuff i

,. .-- Mch. 6-4t Supervisor RegistrationU. and truss a hare or rabbit in the ordi-
t for these wig faddists.
'I like to of the Sprinkle well with flour
:. see a man proud nary way. SHERIFFS SALE

The man thinks the place in which he lives., I like to seea S. DISTRICT COURT. No. 1066 and rub with cream, butter or drip- Notice is hereby given that by and under
prosperous Southern District of Florida. I virtue of that of -
pings. Place in a paper bag, with certain writ Execution issu-
world is growing better, and'the unsuccessful man iive in it so that his place will In the matter of B. G. Mott Bankrupt I ing out of and under the Heal of the Circuit "
J be proud of him. Be honest, but hateno IN THE MATTER OF PETITION FOR FINAL. seasoning (according to taste), in the Court in and for Bradford County, State of .,.
to
thinks it is going
:'i man DISCHARGE \ I usual way. Put on broiler in. hot oven. Florda.: bearing date of March 4th, A. D.
f' tte demnition bow-wows. one; overturn a man's wrongdoing On this 10th day of March. A.D. 1914. on Allow forty-five minutes. 1914 in that certain cause therein pending
reading the foregoing petition it is ordered by 'I wherein O. 1.. Thomas is plaintiff and 1.. C.
but do him
not overturn unlessit
f -r- the 'Court that a hearine be had unon the Stewed Hare.-CUt up the hare in Smith and B. A. McCubbins, late partners
A New York Newspaper says: 'Of must be done in overturning the same on.the 13th day of April A.D. 1914. i pieces place on dish, add salt and doing busmes under the firm name and styleof I
-
before said court at Jacksonville in said Smith &: McCubbins are defendants, I.
5,822 families living in tenements wrong. Stand with anybody that District at ten o'clock in the forenoon and pepper to taste. Add an apple and a S. B. Denmark, as sheriff of Bradford County.

l. J0.1D3 live in one room." Thicker stands right. Stand with him whilehe that notice thereof be published it the Brad- little fat bacon or ham if desired. Asa Florida have levied upon and will offer for
ford County Telegraph a newspaper printedn sale to the highest and best bidder for cash on
I tan office. seekers at Washington. is right, and part with him whenhe said District and that all known creditors! substitute two ounces of butter 01 Monday. April 6, 1914 between the legal hoursof J-

1.f 1./ ....,-- goes wrong."-Abraham Lincoln and, other persons in interest may appear at a tablespoonful of lard will be equally sale. .in front of.the Courthouse in the City
said time and place and Show cause, it any satisfactory. Add one large finely of Starke. m Bradford County. Florida, all of
f i It is high time for the administra- they have, why the prayer of said petitioner the following: described real estate as follows,
: definite should not be granted. I chopped onion a bunch of sweet to-wit: Commencing at the South-East Cor-
Yon to formulate some policy Billy Sunday received $1.25 for
., % And it: is further ordered by the Court that i I herbs to taste, and large tablespoon ner of the South-East Quarter of the North-
toward Mexico. Grape juice..diplomacy every sinner converted at his recent the Clerk shall send by mail to all known of Mix Add West Quarter of the North-East Quarter, and
; creditors notice of said petition and this order ful flour. together. a running North 210 feet for a point of beginning -
won't alleviate the situation. revival in Pittsburgh. The majority of addressed to them at their places of res'dence quarter of a tumbler of water, stockor : thence running West 210 feet:
4 them were not worth that much. as stated i' wine, mix with the other ingredI- thence North 210 feet; thence East 210 feet; @
WITNESS: The Honorable RHYDON M. thence South 210 feet to the place of beginning -
j Dr. Osler, who is quoted as saying Observation has taught us to put a CALL Judge of the said Court. and the seal ents, place all together in a paper bag 'of Section Eighteen Township Five I

I that a man ought to be put out of low value upon the class of people thereof at Jacksonville, in said district, on the I and lay on the broiler. Allow forty South of Range twenty-one East. containingone
10th day of March. 1914. acre, more or less, with all the appur-
I kis misery at the age of 40, is still who crowd the mourner's bench year Mar. 13-lt Eugene D. Dodge, Clerk. | minutes in a hot oven. tenances thereto belonging. The same being
sticking around and he will be 65 after Veal and Ham Pie.-Make a good levied upon as the property of L. C. Smith, I :
under the stimulus of
year sen- one of the defendants, and will be sold to -/I
; in. July. sational preaching. paste in the ordinary way. Preparethe sat'sfy said execution and cost. ,

___ NOTICE OF ELECTIONThe meat as usual, and put in the mid S. B. DENMARK. ,
Board of Public Instruction of Brad- Sheriff Bradford County. Florida.
which should be
dle of the paste, '
Roosevelt stock must be below par. The discovery of jich deposits of ford County by the power vested :n them A. Z. Adkins, Attorney for Plaintiff. TF vrere furnishing yon
I you
under Section 9L, Article 406 of the School rolled to the thickness of about an March 6-5t .;
A jury in Michigan decided his I coal in the Antartic continent proves Laws of Flog da hereby order an eleetioq to eighth of an Inch. Moisten the four *, home, would you simply ; :

I character was worth only six cents that the regions of the poles once he No.hold 7 on for the Boat 10th day Drain of Special April 1914.Tax at District Boat corners and fold to cover the meat. IN CIRCUIT COURT 8TH JUDICIAL tell the dealer you had six

and six volumes of his works sold had a tropical climate and that the Orain school house, for electing three trustees I, Place In the paper bag, seal up, put CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA .
i number of mills be.: BRADFORD COUNTY. rooms and send enon&Hfurniture
tad to determine the to to ;
at auction in Brooklyn for thirty growth of vegetation was luxuriant. 'IE S5Pd. on the broiler in a moderate oven. BILL FOR DIVORCE.

f! cents. Possibly these cold regions were once Managers of election. Mann'ng Griffis, Steve"a'lfr. For a one pound pie, allow forty-five Nets Hobby, to fill them, ; ,

inhabited by teeming millions of peo- F. G.. Perry Schell Newsom Secy and Supt. of Schools. I minutes; three pounds, one hour; six J. P.v.Hobby.NOTICE -
cookbook pounds, one and a half hours. TO APPEAR. ORwould -
Starke Fla., March 2. 1914. 3-13-St
is with
A contemporary says a ple a high standard of civilization THE STATE OF FLORIDA.To .
Stewed Kidnejr (of any kind except
more important than a bankbook, but i J. P. Hobby Greeting: iaoi
I beef-Clean and cut in several select each "
NOTICE OF ELECTIONThe up It having been shown by affidavit that the you
: tfcerein he errs. The bankbook is the Board of Public Instruction of ttrad- pieces, not too thin. Add pepper and Defendant, J. P. Hobby, non-resident of the victual piece 1 When buy -.

more important, for, without a bankbook If a man comes to Florida expect- ford county by the power vested in them salt to taste. For six kidneys, add State of Florida and the residence of said you -
inder Section 91. Article 406. of the School Defendant is at Maeon. Georgia and that clothes why not tell us to hare -\
(and a large one nowadays) a ing to find the best climate on the face Laws of Florid hereby orders an election one teaspoonful of flour or half a teaspoonful aid Defendant is over the age of twenty-one .
cookbook would be useless. *o be held for Thomas Special Tax Distrct'Vo. of arrowroot. Add a little vcars.
of the earth and a place where a poor 26, on the 10th day of April 1914 at chopped tomato and a few slices of It is therefore ordered considered and adjudged :Ed. V Price & C man can make a living easier and in Thorras school house, fy the election of that the said Defendant J. P. Hobbydo :
.. Uncle Sam could help Diaz start ">ree trustees and to determine the numberof mushroom. Add any kind of sauce, appear to the Complainant's Bill of Com- I
more different ways than anywhereelse mills to be assessed. also one teaspoonful -sherry or Madeira >!aint herein ,on or before the 23rd day of tailor them to individual order ..
another revolution in Mexico as con- he find his Managers of election: J. H. Mattox. J. S. March A.D. 1914 in default' whereof a decreepro
he could aid and abet the may expectations ..arl't'. A ..\. Douglass (if desired), one shallot, not confesso will be entered against the said Then they'll be exactly what
sistently as abundantly justified; if he desires a F. G. Schell. S.- y. and Supt. Schools cut or a small piece of onion, not F. P. Hobby.It v
in allowing the one now progress by place where the rich can enjoy all the 3-13-51 cut and a little chopped par. ey. Mix that this notice be'ubished
in the Bradford
ahipment of arms and ammunition pleasures that wealth can procure and -- all carefully on a plate. Butter or newspaper published at Starke County, in Telegraphs Bradford HULL'S DEPARTMENT STORB

across the border to the revolutionists. every luxury to the acme of perfectionhe Deafness Cannot Be Cured grease the paper bag, put in the mix- county< Florida weeks, once each week for five con.eCutive **N*i

will find it in Florida. But, if he. by local applications as they cannot ture, and seal up. Place on broiler IN WITNESS WREREOF I have hereuntoset ;:j

Two weeks ago the Telegraph had seeks a locality where he reach the diseased portion of the ear. my hand and affixed the seal of our Depends on the Price. 4ft
can enjoy Inrhis01Vme way to cure deafness "ircut %>urt on this thellth day of February : "Was '1&
she
occasion, or rather, sought occasion, constitutional a fine singer?
I ;: every pleasure without compensating t9 remedies. A.D. 1914. s-'
the word "umquhile" ( Deafness caused by an Inflamed condition Remove onion or shallot before serv- W. T. WEEKS Clerk. "I don't know." 1"Didn't
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pro-
: to. use inconvenience, where the land will of the mucous lining of the Eusta-
pro- hot dish.Sheep' .
i Bounced um-kwil, which had been duce without labor chian Tube. When this tube Is Inflamed ing on a very \. Z. ADKINS, SoL for'cSnpt" Weeks, D.C you hear herr"Yes .
f or cultivation and you have a rumbling sound or imperfect Kidney, Broiled (or Any Feb-13-6t. but ask '
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didn't think
.f r bough to our attention by a gentle- where there are no failures or crops, hearing, and when it is entirely closed Other Kidney).-Skin the kidney, the
Deafness tickets-L
fund of is the result, and unless the in- price of .the f
Ban wholposaesses a quaint where every sale brings top prices nammauon can be taken out and this split and place on skewer in the usual In the Fog. Stray Stories. .

1'I and curious nd.forgotten lore. The and where real estate agents play no tearing tube restored will be to destroyed its normal forever condition.: nine way! Season to taste and add a little Towne-So you were In London, eh* _

Santa Fa Herald wants to know what cases out often butter on top. Place in a well buttered .
tricks with tenderfeet, then he had are caused by Catarrh How did you find the weather there: C

./, i r tie word means. It is an obsolete better; pick out his silver wings and boa which of is the nothing mucous but surfaces.-an Inflamed. .c9lJdi9! : paper bag and seal.' Place on Browns-I didn't have to find it It v Unfortunately A Danger.a proud spirit Be

and to the best of our,knowledge W..WgI-r'.OneInll4rr11l'ollan l'ueUe alf 'broiler itf a very hot oven. Allowfive "
word, ,. go to glory.-Tampa Times. tbataesa came and hunted In mistake
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, THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH t > ,
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''I. Please come and bring your friendsto tttttttttttttttttt NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE t .

Lanes' spring and summer millinery tt Wood's SuperiorSeed
Notice is hereby to all concerned
given that
[ opening, Wednesday, March 19, FOR SALE AT REDUCED + six months after date hereof I will present
Bits of LocalInformation 1914. t PRICES'One + my final returns as administrator of the estate -
of Sallie S. Chesser. late of Bradford
t Waltham + Oats
ize.15 ruby
county Florida deceased and
apply to the
W. S. Graham, of Raiford, was in rare
t jewels, 14k case, used a short + County Judge of Bradford County Floridafor .
Starke this week making my final discharge.
I II arrange- ,t time, $18.00. One Elgin, 18 + J. D. BAXTER choice,re leaned. hcary seed grain.
ments to put a stock of merchandisein I t size, 19 ruby jewels, in gold + Administrator of the Estate of Sallie S. We offer all the beat and most productive d;
i'I the J. T. Reaves building on Call Chesser deceased. kinds for*?ring seeding;
JI..I II c........Irti. Omr 7'.. ". a.ilrw..wlj t settings, gold wheels, steel est Jan, 2- m.
lrryr.M Ire .... C....".** T..... street. + cape wheel, fully adjusted, + Burt or 9 -Day.

Sox, stockings and hosiery at''+ $21.00. Two South Bend, 17 + ASSESSOR'S NOTICE Texas Red Rust Proof.

Dover's Stationery Store. + jewel, 16 size, finely timed, in + We will be at the following named Swedish Select.

+ 20-year cases, bosses, $15.00. + places on the dates herein mentioned: Bancroft Appier etc.
: Mrs. B. B. Hopson spent Thursdayin A pretty assortment of spring hats Mr. J. L. Underhill candidate for
+ Diamonds reset, Opals ret Rosier School, Friday March 13; Write for prices and samples.

Jacksonville. on display at Lane's, Wednesday the office of county commissionerfrom t polished and bad "lucks" taken + i Brooker, Saturday March 14; Raiford, Wood's 1914

Ladies' March 18.Messrs. district No. 6, was in town Tuesday t off of them. One fine fclue- t Monday March 16 Descriptive Catalog -
I. ready-to-wear of all .kinds ; Guilford Tuesday gives specially full aid valuable\ info,.
! to place his announcement in the f white diamond 90-100 caret tt March 17, a.m. Thomas School <
at Sternberg's.I D. M. Badger and W. ; Tues- ration about ti
Telegraph.We deep and finely cut, $185.00. tt day March 17, \ Providence "
Blackman of Gainesville made busi- p.m.; Spring Oats, Barley
a
H. L.
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Gray spent Sunday with A few 16 size tt Wednesday March 18
new gold'filled
*. his here. ness trip to Starke Saturday. have your number in hosiery at ; Worthington, Grasses and Clovers .
i family Dover's Stationery Store. watches accurate time keep t Thursday March 19, a.m.; Dukes Seed Corn Sorghum '

t A shoe for $2.50 at Sternberg's High quality and low prices. The t ers. tt Thursday March 19, p.m.; Lake Cow Peas Soja Beans:

*." that costs you'$3.00 elsewhere. Many of our citizens enjoyed the CALL AT MINER'S tt Butler, Friday March 20; Hampton, also about all other ;
Mr. William Kalch of Hampton
,
,i pleasure of witnessing an eclipse of tttttttttttttttttt Monday March 30; Lawtey, Tuesday Farm and Garden Seeds.
I Mr. A. L. Jackson, of Plant'City, has just completed a cozy residencefor the moon Wednesday night. The March 31.

in the city Monday. Mr. A. Sterns, east of town. almost total the first This will Catalog mailed free. Write for it.
was eclipse was con- be our last call for this .
i tact being at 8:41 o'clock and the last season. Books close
April 6th.
in DeWitt C. Jones.
bejt harware.
The most complete line of hosiery T. W. WOOD O SONS.
j! contact at 11:41 o'clock. N. D. Wainright, Tax Assr.B. .
t'. ,: in Starke will be found at Doyer's Mrs.-S. Sternberg and Mrs. M. Edel- M. Dowling, Tax Col. Seedsmen, Richmond, Va. :

' 1', Stationery Store. stein, of Gainesville, visited Mr. N. We are prepared. furnish you .

l& : Dr. J. 0: Haynes, made a flying Sternberg and family here Sunday. Screen Wire, black, galvanized and GALVANIZED WELLCURBINGis Wire fencing for field and pasture I r
copper, also Screen Doors and Win- inexpensive and keeps the water still going. Prices and
trip to Jacksonville Tuesday. D. C. Chase, Jr., Starke, Fla., contractorand dows, any sizes. Quigley Lumber & clean and healthful. Light and easyto at The Lumber quality talk To Cure a Cold in One Day
", builder. Day phone No. handle. Warranted to give satis- Quigley & Supply Co. fate LAXATIVE BUOMO Quinke. It stops the
SUMMER Have your house I Supply Co. faction. Call or'write, --. Cough and Headach and works off the Cold.
J 86. Lock Box 231. Druggist refund money if it fails to
11, night phone cure.
screened. Jones', Hardware. Mch 65t. Miss Tilden Hendrix, of Plant City, I QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. Telegraph $1.50 per year. E. W. GROVE'S signatu'e; on each box. :c. ', rf!

. Miss Charlsey' Payne, of Wauchula,, -_-. ...
;; Mr. R. P. Padgett, of Brooker, was -- -
use' in Starke on business Monday. Miss Belle Kelly returned to Jacksonville and Miss Mary Woodward ,of Quincy, I :ii

;.'"' today after a visit of three are here this week arranging to opena % a
. :,t .0' Screen Doors hung, just phone me.Jones' I weeks with Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns. millinery establishment in the room
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Telegraph $1.50 per .year.
Hardware. I Ifl A. A. t
For dry goods. Leviton. occupied by Wainright, corner TIRES-TIRES-TIRES
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of Call and Walnut streets. .
j1 ,.. Mr. Louis H. Hill, of Lawtey, was I of Cairo Ga. ttttttttttttttttttt ;
:-<". Mrs. A. G. Hurst, + Your Tires Direct At Lowest
...;t".." : in Starke on business Tuesday. came Sunday for a week's visit with Dress goods at Sternberg's. + CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING + uy.

> New line of spring goods at her son, Mr. J. D. Hurst, and family. Contractor N. L. Snelson, of Jacksonville t tttfttttftttt t+ Prices. 4

, ; Leviton's.Mrs. Ready-to-wear spring hats aLane's. t who is erecting the new -
; By buying'and contracting direct from the factoriesfor
LOST-Bunch of keys on a ring. A
Bradford County Bank building, was _
., : Feb-27-2t .
Ellis Green of .n
Middleburg, tires in large for cash
quantities
in Starke Wednesday, and authorizes ,suitable reward will be paid to the spot we are
> was a visitor to Starke Monday. I Complete new line of laces, em- the statement that this handsome finder if delivered to L. W. Kick- able to offer them at a great money saving price

'I' .- Special prices in brocade silk at broideries, silk, rattine and spring structure will be completed May 1. liter, Starke, or sent to me by direct to the consumer. A saving of from 35 te660

.. Leviton's. dress goods, all colors, patterns and The work is progressing rapidly under "' registered mail. F. G .Schell, Lake per cent
r prices at Leviton's. the supervision of Foreman Wilder. Butler, Fla. Mar. 13-2t
(it.. Mr. J. E. Adkins, of New River, When you buy tires from us you get full value, and

",_.. ".j was a visitor to Starke Saturday. Revival services are in progress at Sun hats at Sternberg's.Dr. FOR SALE-Top Buggy, cost $75.00 don't have to pay the dealer's profit, salesman's

[ the Christian church, conducted by and freight last year. Bargain commission and other high selling and verhead
of shoes Kansas. J. P. Tomlinson moved his ex :
} Just received new stock Rev. Ernest House, of Topeka; ,
", price. Jay S. Brown 3-13-2t '
\ We
.. for, men, women and children at family from Lake Butler to Starke penses. sell tires direct to consumer at jobbers .

t.i: Leviton's. Shoes at Leviton's. last week and they are occupying the prices and YOU GET BIG VALUE AND EXACTLY
: # FOR SALE-Two newly painted bicy-
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William Burns, who was injured in T. D. Gunter residence on Walnut WHAT YOU PAY FOR. .
cles. S. Brown. 3-13-2t
It Mre. J. H Parker of Gainesville Jay
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is Dr. Tomlinson will in
a cutting affray last week, re- street. engage Shrewd auto owners customers ;
our
compose among
'J' spent Saturday and Sunday in Starke. ported to be in a fair way to re- the practice of his profession here and .
FOR SALE-If taken at once good them are bankers, merchants, lawyers, doctors, ;
has established his office in the Starke
It,' Sox from 5 cents up.: Dover's Stationery covery. : Drib Co.'s store. work horse cheap. Jay S. Brown planters and men in all lines who know values and ':

Y.!'; Store. f The revival meetings announced to 3-13-2t I realize the advantage of buying direct. <

Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Fouts, of Plant begin April 1 at the M. E. church Millinery, at Sternberg's.Mr. During the past winter automobile month we"secured
FOR SALE-One new Perfection Oil
r City, are visiting friends in this city. have been' postponed until the first R. A. Weeks is in receipt ofa Stove and one small gasoline stove.J. some excellent deals from the factories and now offer our-
of
..! We screen the right way. The i May. letter from Gen. Bennett H. Young, T. Quigley. 3-13-tf purchases at the following prices: ]

Commercial Hotel is our largest con- Apalachicola oysters. J. F. Kick- of Louisville, Ky., commander in chiefof Among our tires are Diamond, Goodyear, Quaker, Nas-
Confederate Associa- sau Empire Fisk and others of equal quality.All .
tract on screening. Jones', Hardware. liter. the United FOR SALE-50,000 strawberry run- ,
"If- tion, advising him that Gen. Young ners at $1.80 per thousand. Thos.S. Tires Guaranteed Fully Note These Prices Carefully,
Mr. D. R, Edwards has accepted a Mr. Geo. E. Andrew has returnedto would be pleased to have him act on Foster, Lawtey, Fla. Mch. 6-3t TUBES I
position in Hull's Department Store. Starke from Dinsmore, Fla., and his staff as aide de camp during the -
for the SIZE TIRE GREY RED REL1NER:
will make his home here
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0'; : Kiln dried dressed lumber at $12 Jacksonville reunion, with the rank FOR SALE-Sound, gentle, '9yearold 28x3 $ 7.20 1.65 1.90 135 I

.. per thousand. Quigley Lumber & present.See of. captain. mare, about 1,000 pounds. Cheap 30x3 7.80 1.95 2.20 lAO
the new spring hats at Lane's. : for cash or will trade for cattle.D. 3Ox3 1-2 10.80 2.80 3.10 190 :
Supply Co. Our business is growing. Must bea
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11.00 2.90 3.20 1.95
Feb-27-2t R. Edwards, Starke. Mch 6-4t .
M'rs. reason. Sternberg's.Since 32a3 1-2 11.90 2.95 3.25 2.00 '
', 1 Rev. and Olin Boggess, of I'.t. I'I 34x31-2 12.40 3.00 3.30 2.05
Lawtey, were.visitors to Starke Monday Johnson & Anderson have the contract the setback caused by cold FOR SALE-40 acres good land, 30x4 13.10 3.10 3.40 2.30

. .. .* of carrying mail to and from : and wet and unfavorable weather quarter mile south of Theressa 31x4 13 45 3.20 3 t,0 2 S5 ;
the depot in the place of J. P. Seals, railroad at 32x4 13.70 335 3 SO 240 ,
postoffice, right on a
in this
See Lane's;,_opening announcement resigned. generally the strawberry crop 33x4 U 80 3.50 3.90 2.45 I
section is a$ large and the berries as bargain. Bradford County AbstractCo. 34x4 16.80 3.00 400 260
on page 8 of today's1'elegraph. and the ., Starke Fla. Mar. 13 tf 35x4 17.25 3 'i5 4 20 2-70
American wire fencing 24, 34, 46, fine as could be desired daily
36x4 17 85 3.90 4.25 .- 260:
Mrs. A. P. Hoffman returned- Tues- S8 inches. Hull's Department Store. shipments are becoming larger. Dur- 34x41-2 18 (0 480 510 3.40

'. day from a visit of two weeks at ing the past week 300 or 400 bushels I FOR SALE-Choice building lot on 3.1x41-2 18.75 4.85 5.20 845 ..
Tampa. Mr. A. A. Allen, representing the have been leaving this point every I West Madison street, size 70 x 214; 3 id 1-2 19 .t5 4.90 5 30 3 60
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. E. H. Kingan Co., commission merchants have price $350. E. S. Matthews. 37x41-2 2150 5.10 540 3 70 ;
24 hours and good prices pre-
_, Miss Ruth Wainright; spent Saturday Boston, Mass., arrived this 80x5 2300 580 6.20 400
and Sunday with friends in Jack- week to buy berries here for his firm. vailed. FOR SALE-Ford RunaboutNewly 37x5 24.00 5.90 635 420

; j, sonville. "We save you money,'' our motto, painted. Good condition. We can furnish all other sizes, non-skid 10 per cent higher.Our .

i, We are in the boosting business and Sternberg's.There DEWITT JONES, supplies of these tires is limited, so we advise early ordering. Re.
< New line of percales and ginghams have no time to knock our competitors. Starke, Fla. member, they are neif, clean, fresh, fully J1IM&DteedJdwd.; All high
-{ at Leviton's. Good goods, good service and will be regular preaching grade goods that will give bet service.

, good will to all is our motto. Quigley services at the Presbyterian church "OR SALE CHEAP-One. second- TERMS 5 per cent < sir i ( Si full amount accompanies order. C. O. F?.
; Mr. S. A. Pinholster, of Jackson upon receipt of 10 per cent of cost Prompt shipments. Money return-
Lumber & Supply Co. Sunday for the next two hand 4- horse power gasoline en- III
. i ville, was in this city on business I every.. .r -- ed if unable to fill order. Send us trial order now. .
gine, in first-class condition. -
months. Kev. J. Morrow, an emi- Qy.igley
l Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Johns, of Hampton TIRE FACTORIES SALES CO. Ohio F
Dayton
I nent divine, of Toronto, Canada, has Lumber & Supply Co. ,

Mrs. James Conway and children, accompanied by the latter's Philadel-sister, agreed to preach for this congrega- "" "" VBUM- |n| V Jar 30-81. J
Mrs. W. C. Kammerer, of
of Sunnyside, were visitors to Starbe tion every Sunday during his sojournin WANT-purchasers or renters for -
. Saturday.Mr. phia, were visitors to Starke Tues- this corner of the moral vineyard, some good farms on liberal terms.D. .

day. and it is expected that the church E. KNIGHT. Starke.' 12-26 tf.Our -

B. Feinberg, of Brooksville, Ladies' hosiery, 10 cents to $1.50, will be greatly revived by his ministra- I 4flANKIMO
visited Mr. N. Sternberg and family .1
all sizes and all colors, at Dover's tions. 1

...... here Monday. Stationery Store. :
Spring is here, so are the flies, so r w. ;

New shipment of pants for men The many friends of Mrs. F. C. are the screens, at The Quigley .I .
and boys, just received at Leviton's.Mr. Lumber & Co. 3-13-tf
Edwards will be pained to learn of the Supply

of Middle- death of her brother :Mr. Dozier of
F. W. Budington Union services will be held at the display more
burg, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Leitner, which occurred recently in
March 15 at
church ,
Baptist Sunday, than 500 handsome
C Richard Monday. Colorado.It 11:00 o'clock a.m., 3 o'clock pm. and flue H HktJLWARKi -
woolens from the
'Mr. James Darby, of Olustee, is is a pleasure to us to be of serviceto I 7 o'clock p.m., on which occasions E.

f visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin you in anything that pertains to i 0. Taylor, M. A., D.D., of Boston, Spring and Summer

and family this week. the banking business. Drop in and Mass., field secretary and special 'c'cI
. make use of our facilities. Bank of scientific temperance lecturer of the line of

: Fine line of boys' clothing atLeiton's. Starke. 2-27-2t National Temperance Society of New
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: .- York and the Scientific Temperance Ed. V. Price & Co. ;

d. Master Charles Darby entertaineda Federation of Boston, will deliver the
Mrs. II .C. Richard returned Friday number of his little friends in honorof following lectures 11:00 a.m., "Citi- offers you an unlimited ,

>> from a business trip to Atlanta, Philadelphia his eighth birthday at the home of zenship in the Light: of Christ and variety of exclusiveness '

it| and New York. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Paul;" 3:00 p.m., "Microbes and Men; in I H of .

... American fence. If quality and not Darby,' last Saturday. or, the Chemistry of Alcohol," illus- weave pattern k .

i; quantity counts, you will buy Amerj- Strawberry crates, cups and nails. trated by chemical experiments; 7:30 and color.

i! can fence. Law prices. DeWitt C Prices the lowest. Hul's DepartmentStore. p.m., "Brains and Booze; or, the

y'-b Jones Mch. 6tf Psychology of Alcohol." Come here with a single uUsss'

vVi_ Mr. Wallace Mills has accepted anSI Mr. J. A. Sasser accompanied Miss You will miss a rare treat if you idea or a

agency at this point for the Imperial Leetha Sasser and Miss Ankie Morgan fail to hear Dr. Taylor, Sunday at dozen andwe'll .. .
.pi Steam of Ocala. church morning, afternoon i :
: ... Laundry, to Elarbee last Sunday. Miss Sasser the Baptist gratify .
,I.> I. and evening. He conducts some l what business would be WITHOUT BANES. No man i..
remained for visit with her friend, j
*f J Select a new hat at the millinery a CONSIDER
'' '! opening at Lane's, Wednesday March : Miss Ruth Barkley, at Elarbee. spectacular demonstrations.. you on of starting an enterprise before he arranged to OPEN r tAN 1

w NOTICEThe every
Everything in field and garden seed, MILLINERY
i question asked at some time about every business man. : .
,g t, Miss Eddie McMananan ,of Jack Florida peanuts, chufas, velvet beans, millinery parlor of Hendrix and Leave r' <

Jj sonville, was the guest Sunday of her peas. Garden seed in bulk and in Payne is now open and ready for your A good WORKABLE BANK BALANCE is essential to t.; i

: friend, Miss Addie Baisden. small packages.' Hull's Department business in the Wainright store at measureand every successful business man. i;,
j Mch. 6-tf .
Store. -r.:
of Call and Walnut streets. have i r .
. The first solid carload of berries the corner 11

, .; shipped from Starke was sent todayto The stock is new and varied and up- your new We solicit
to A. Cancelmo Philadelphia. FOR SALE-150 bushels of choice to-date and they invite the ladies of
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I..'*! short cotton seed of the improved Starke and Bradford county to visit suit tailor- FuSTARKE'.1 J Ji

'.1 1, interest Dr. Taylor never fails to audience.instruct, Peterson variety. Apply to N. G. their establishment and inspect their .edtoorderHULL'S 0 BANK : :
and entertain an
Brooker Fla. Feb. 20-4t wares. .
Hayes,
r#. 4 Hear him Sunday at the.. Baptist I DEPARTMENT STORE E. S. Matthews, Pres., Ted H. ,Halligao,, Cashier! t:4 I
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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH '
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: WELCOME OF FLORIDA THE OLD STAGE HERO.H. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIn ft.
the Circuit Court 8tii JudicIal Omllt.Bradf.rll H. C RICHARD
NOW HER FRIENDS
Weak Diseased Crantjr, Florida
: ?. Land of Opportunity With Good Soil of the MidVictorian Age Hal Gone Bradford County Bank. a Corporation.


I i ., and-Climate. The stage From hero Us of Forever.the mid-Victorian "Wornout"MEN. W. J. Hillmtn Company VS a corporation et aI General Insurance HARDLY KNOW HER

.Florida today has more uncultivated age wept on all the available articles BiD to Rmove Cloud and Quiet Title

productive land than any State in of furniture when his manly heart To All Whom it May Concern Greeting: -

was wrung. lie was certain: to observe It appearing by the sworn bill of complaint
the ,Union. Of the than 27,000-
more
j a noble silence at exactly the in the above entitled eaijse that there are persona I represent none bat FIRST-GLASS But This Does Not Bother Mrs. '.
<0o_ acres, les than 10 per cent is in the property described in .
wrong time enabling the gay and interested companies and will be constantly'on the
actually in cultivation. It is not because glittering gentleman who was more the said bill of compialnt: and involved in Barton, Under the '

: the land is nor because the this sujt other than the known defendants, alert to promote your interest Guarantee
poor, than suspected of being an atheist to Young: Middle-Aged Old CirCUDUW1 '
and that the and residences of such
cKmate is bad, nor because we are not get the girl lie was cross once in names courteous treatment to all patrons.
are unknown to the complaint, and
persons
4 neat,the markets. It is because Florida awhile, when he was keeping another's GOOD $ that in the said bill relief is prayed against A well written policy by a flrrt-claM Houston, Texas.-!In an interesting 1

It is because secret at the expense of his own char- -
has been overlooked. /
10 such unknown persona; agent in a first-clan sometimes
company letter from this city, Mrs. S. C. Burton |
and took him his
at
Cm.State ha:;. not had the attention acter somebody Therefore it is ordered that all parties -
word. SAFE CURESWe mean much in case of lost by flit 411 think it Is dl
from her own people nor of the world claiming an interest in the property herein- writes as follows: my J 1

) outside that she has not been de But oh, how dependable he was! after described or any part thereof underG. H. C. Ha. to tell you what your medicine Cardul, *
RICHARD
How sure to meet a train or make an W. Robonson deceased, late of Alacbua Starke

veloped.In excellent omelet if the fragile heroine M low treat M maD$10 for eases the County Florida. or under Fred H. Lewis or the woman's tonic, has done for me. -1|1I

point of climate, that in Florida had mislaid the cookbook! How stronghe professional fee. est otherwise in the, and property all parties hereinafter claiming described an inter oran was down sick with womanly trouble, .

cannot be excelled anywhere in America was and how fond of carrying people What Is Your ) part thereof lying and being in the and my mother advised several different J
of Bradford, State of Florida. to-wit:
I ; Come to Florida, and we will upstairs. How well he brought up () Disease? County N. except 15 acres on East side of s- treatments, but they didn't seem to do j

sboyr you the most equable climate in his first wife's children if be was a Is it in JOur urinary A. L. Ry in NE%. of Section 1 ; NVj. except cOFFINScASKETs : me any good. I lingered along for three $
burning uricstion of NE% of NWK and W% of NWK of :1
widower, or the heroine if he was her organs EU.
the-.world. with more sunshine when mucous pot. NE%. of SeetionZ; NH of NW% and NWK! ./ or four months, aud for three weeks, J -j}
4 needod and more rain when wanted, guardian! blood? Is it TOW kid. of NE% of Section 12 : N% of Lot 12, and AndaFuflLlneofUndertakers' I was ia bed, so sick I couldn't bear for f
He will not come again-not he nor lie,.,pains ia back or all of Lots 22. 23. 24. 27. 30. 31, 32, 33, 35. Supplies :
titan any country possesses. I loins? Is it your atom 36, 37. 38 of Section 14 ; Lot 34 of Section 16 anyone to walk across the floor. ]
f such he. He has
Florida and will show i as passed, always ach belching of gas, all in Township 6 South Range 22 East do hand. The best husband advised me to try Cardui ,
Come to we certain his heroine's sour, distress after I Always on ser My ,
; I with a dignity, appear to said bill of complaint on or before
yvu' the finest soil under the sun. We drooping curls brushing his protectingarm 4 N_ piles estinuT fistula Hare itching yon? the 6th day of April. 1914. the same beinga vice at the lowest pricea. Special the woman's tonic. I have taken two i 1

rill show you( land producing 120 Into the country of last year's Have yon rupture rule day of this Court week; and for that 12 consecutive this orderbe attention to Telegraph Orders. bottles of Cardul, am feeling fine, gained
published once a -
Have blood diseases, skin eruptions
Vushels of corn to the acre; we willshow snow, and year before last's presidential pimple.you.'palecomDleDoDlolins any weight pain weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph, a i 15 pounds and do all of my housework. : ,

land producing five, six and candidate and all forgotten Irre- in bones, scrofula? Is it your nerves;;sleepless, weekly newspaper of general circulation in Registered Embalmer Friends hardly know me, I am so well" 1
: you tired in the morning dizziness. pans in the said Bradford County, Florida.
seven: crops of alfalfa and other hay coverable things. And. as his favorite bead coated' tongue? Dear reader heed these WITNESS the Honorable J. T. Wills, If you suffer from any of the ailments -:|
the Swan of Avon. said. "We symptoms. Judge of the said Circuit Court and also my
a year; we will show you land producing author. official signature as well as the seal of this DeWITT C. JONES so common to women, don't allow the <
the finest potatoes, and more shall not gaze upon his like again. 914" BLOOD POISON 606"I Court. this the Slut day of December. 1913. at trouble to become chronic. Begin taking : f

of them than country in the Atlantic. understand the use of "606" and "914"andam Starke. Florida. W. T. WEEKS Cardui to-day. It is purely vegetable, |
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any using it with success. I use the genuine Clerk Circuit Court II S-laC.C.uw.-&Q.1 in |
_ world; we will show you land producing WHICH WOULD YOU CHOOSE? imported remedy and give it intravenously, By R A. Weeks D. C. ingredients acting a gentle?natural .f

the finest tomatoes, beans, eel Cull directly or write into for the information.CONSULTATION blood the only. scientific way. A. V. LONG AND J. E. FUTCH way on the weakened womanly constitu d
1-9-131 Solicitors for Complainant tion. You run no risk in trying Cardul. $
cry, cabbages. lettuce turnips, car- All the Land In Great Britain or Calicoto FREE
It has been helping weak women back to
rots and all other vegetables practically Cover It? Dr. Geo. L. Dickerson ORDER FOR PUBLICATION. 1
health and for than 50 *J
Brad- strength more
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month in the year in If-and don't forget the "If-you In Circuit Court. 8th Judicial
every ford County. Florida. For Weakness and Loss of AppetiteThe At'all
111 W.Forayth8treet years. It will help yoo. dealers. *
offered either all .
were as a present
will ,
We Alvarez, Complainant
quantities. C. M.
largely profitable (Next to Barnett Dank) Old Standard general strengthening tonic :
the finest the land in the United Kingdom or a I \8. GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TOMC drives out Write to: Chattanow Medicine Co., Utes1 1
show you sugar cane grown piece of cho.ip.' common calico of the JACKSONVILLE : : : FLA. Cosmo Alvarez Mrs. Florence E. Alvarez Malaria and builds up the system. A true tonic Advisory Dl'pt., Chattam ':a, lenn.. fur Special ,"
ia the world i'1 large quantities, and I et-al. and sure Appetizer. For adults and children. We ItutrHCtiotu on your ca e iJM-page took Hoir.t i '
: same area: which would you choose? Kill to remove cloud quiet title and correct Ireatigent for Women"sent in plain .uapper. E Q.B ?/
at big profits;; we will show you the Probably without a moment's hesi-, description in deed. 4 \j,<;.
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finest groves of oranges grapefruit, tation.! you would say, "The land' andnmiid MAULED BY A LION.An TO ALL WHOM GREETING IT MAY: CONCERN I V --- -

avocados, gu/vas bananas, pineap ; Iu-i'iii that yon had: sot veryurli It appear'ng by the sworn bill of complaint :

and all tropical and citrus fruits "'! tie! Mtcr of tht' lurjr.iin. From in the above cause, that there are 1
plea, Unexpected Attack and a Perilous interested in the property describedin
We will show you strawberry patchesin : 'm&' point: of view, of (011tSe.! thi would and Exciting Mixup. persons this bill of Complaint, and involved in this r Rheumatism
In- >;(J. for !land lasts longer) than does suit other than the known defendants and ,
midwinter that produce berries at :\lico. On t the other hand however. Captain C. II. tiwuid was once the names and residences of such personsare I Blood Poison .
mauled! by lion. and be recounts the unknown to the complainant, and that in
50 cents To; cents and a dollar a quart u -
wmiM l lit
i'u > rlumslus much the
: very said b:11 relief is prayed against such unknown ,
We will show adventure in hIs IIinitiiiK: the Elephant ) Scrofula Malaria ,
for Northern mark ts. heaper of the two offered gifK persons;

you everything that grows in the The land of the United Kiiis-iloni. in- In .\fIjI." The captain Lad Therefore, it is ordered that all parties P P P ,

ground or above the ground in quan- tlading town ureas. is estimated to lie shot a lioness .irtl v.liilc! watching the claiming described an interest or any in the part property thereof,hereinafter under- \ Skin Disease -

worth f'_'..">(KHX) >.(MK). A piece of dll'all body froui a 1rn V saw! two lions ap- Joseph T. llaberry: deceased. J. G. Alvarez
tity and quality equal to the mosiproducthe calico of the same size as the United proach. They -tooil OUT the lione&s deceased, or cither of them or otherwise: and / Because it Purifies '
countries in the w rIJ. all parties claiming an interest in the property
anti ml alteni' for half hour.
run :U-Iy JIM
Kingdom would cot more than ).utN-' hereinafter described or any part thereof .
IL the Blood
Come to Florida and we will show OOO.O'iO.) lIe 'MictifdiMl in .shooting them both lying and beinit in the City of Starke, Brad. 'j

; you some of the fii.est improved roads Difficult to (%'\'(>. isn't it? Still the but oil uppiiMcIiiiig' the body of his ford County. State of Florida to-wit: :NAih BEAD WHAT NOTED PEOPLE BAT OP "' J";"
465 feet Eeast and West by 50 feet
e in America. We will show you coun'try facts cannot be denied. Average;; agricultural I second victim he found that it was not and South, bounded on South by land of E. LIPPMAN'S CREAT REMEDY-P. P. P. \;
leid it had hcciued. "I Johns East by Street, West by W. '
roads with brick twenty land may: l lie reckoned as being quite so as approached on on
; paved line of SEL Sec. 28, Tp. 6, S. R.22 E. Savannah :1
worth !20 land. the tdw and immediately oINW4 Dr. Alldredge Regency Texas writes: I Rabbi Solomon of the Con
building
in cre
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and twenty-five miles in length. We on North by land of Jacob Johns in the City of "It is the leading blood purifier." I gregatioe, writes: "Had seven a'tacks of ,.
say twenty-live miles from Charing the inert mas. av>mm>d life amid witha Starke, do appear to the said Bill of Complaint I>r.Whit ead.Mettalfe.Ga.prescribes Malarial fever lasting from a week to ten :
will show you the finest macadam Cross, !100 an acre; ten miles from roa sprang; on me with one bound. on or before the 4th day of May, 1914 It. and with P.P.P.completely cured J. I days. I took your medicine as a forlorn 1
roods over which can travel hun the same being a rule day of th's courtAnd H. Davidson who had suffered fifteen hope, but now confess that P.P.P. was '$
you Charing Cross. !TMt an acre. Now, q The orderly who was n few yards behind this order be published once a week for years with blood poison and sores. a real benefit. i

t dreds of miles. We will show you common calico costs !121 an acre, a me. immediately retired precipitately. 12 consecutive weeks in Bradford County IT WILL HELP YOU, TOO-AT ALL DRUCCI8TS: -$I.OO ,1I

cities with every modern convenience, good calico !21m0. while a good qualitylinoleum As the lion sprang 1 fired into Telegraph, a weekly newspaper of general '
circulation published in said Bradford County.Flor .
F. V. LIPPMAN GEORGIA
? paved streets, and everything that costs 7r.O and an ordinary his chest, and he landed ou me, his 'da. SAVANNAH "J

[ fif makes for the comfort and happiness Turkey Answers.carpet !3.WO( an acre.-London right paw over Ill> left shoulder and WITNESS sa'd Circuit the Court.Honorable and J.also T. Willi.my official judgeof iJ'

t of. the people. he seizi-d. my left arm in his teeth. As signature as well as the seal of this Court. I -
this the 3rd of at Starke; ---- __ .
my left arm was advanced iit the firing day February 1914
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l Come to Florida and we will show The Spy In the Reading Room. Florida.W. -
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position, it was the first thing he met. '-i
the mst be 123456 123456 456 An Interesting story reaches me, T. Weeks. Clerk Circuit Court. ,r.- -. .
1 r you "The weight of his spring' knocked By R. A. Weeks. Deputy Clerk.A. I r

1 you the most healthful country in the says a London ,correspondent of an me down and I next found myself lying S.' Crews, Solicitor for Claimant (L.S.) J 1

I world. We will show you a lower per agent of the Russian imperial police on my backmy left arm being Feb. 6.12t. JOHNSON & ANDERSON tl
having been stationed in the reading :
icentage of mortality than that shown worried and my rifle still in my left ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIn
II room of the British museum for the '
.by any other country. hand underneath his body. I scram- the Circuit Court, 8th Judicial Circuit, AUTOMOBILE LIVERY SERVICE .
of noting the arrival of .
purpose revolutionaries Bradford
County Florida.Edward ,
Florida and wil show bled around, with my left arm still in .
Come to we in England. The of ,1.
type
W. Msnley
his mouth until I
was kneeling along-
; you. the most hospitable, intelligent man who is driven out of Russia is VS. STARKE, FLORIDA
side of him and started pommeling him W. J. Hillman Company et. aL
in the world. :
and progressive people generally the and the
intellectual
with my right fist on the back of the Bill to Rmove Cloud and Quiet Title '
I f'I We will show, ,ycu communities in reading room is probably the first neck. He gave me a final shake and To All Whom jt May Concern. Greeting: RATES FOR ROAD TRIPS : .
he seeks out after his arrival in It appearing by the sworn bill of complaintin
I which can live and be happy to a place
you then quickly turned round and disap. the above entitled cause that there are per- passengers'
d'-l ripe old age. We cannot show you London. :My informant tells me that peared in the grass a little nearer to sons interested in the property described in Hampton one passenger $1.50,round trip$2; two )

for the spy used until recently to sit! at a the said bill of complaint and involved in $2, round trip $3. Lawtey and Sampson City same rates as
of Youth
Fountain ,
} that, fabled the station than I was. this suit other than the known defendants .
whfch Ponce de Leon sought so long desk near the door, whence he could The author adds that he was drenched and that the names and residences of such Hampton. Raiford one passenger $3, rcund trip $4; two pas .
observe everybody that entered and persons are unknown to the complainant and $4 round $5. Lake Butler ,
and believed he had discovered in with blood. and upon examination that in the said bill relief is prayed against sengers trip one passenger $3.50, __<

: TEe Land of Flowers but we will used to vrork his way steadily throughthe he found eight big holes in his arm such unknown persons: round trip $4.50; two passengers $4.50, round trip $6. All other '
monumental catalogue of the museum Therefore it is ordered that all parties .
and three claw marks on his back, a points at proportionate rates. Special rates to parties. Cars t1
show you people who have lived such taking out books which he claiming an interest in the property herein- "
damage that partially disabled him for after described or any part thereof, under handled by careful drivers. "
bappy, comfortable, sweetened lives opened, but did not read in alphabetical two years. lIe remarks modestly that G. W. Robinson deceased late o fAlachua

in matchless land of roses, ro- t order. County, Florida, or otherwise; and all par-
our since that adventure he has bagged ties claiming an interest in the property here- Careful Attention to Repair Work .g

t nance and riches that, although they seven more lions. inafter described, or any part thereof lying
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lave passed the proverbial three-score Welcomes a Whistle. to-wit:
;. The South half of Sections one and two 0"
"It be ag'iu th' statoot?, said
and ten, they are as happy, as sweet may in the County of Bradford State of Florida '
r 'Big Barney" O'Toole as he lolled in THE OLD TIME "YE. in Townshrip 5 South Range 22 East. do appear 'J 1jf

and smiling, and as much in love with the; assembly room of a police station to the sa'd bill of complaint on or be- .- JM
I life and all that life holds dear as fore the 6th day of April 1914. the same being -- '
but whin I'm poundin' th' pavement It Was Simply an Abbreviation and 1
a rule day of this Court; and that this .
--4 ; they were at twenty-one. after midnight there's nothiu 1 like Was Always Pronounced "The." order be published once a week for 12 consecutive '

Cfime to Florida and we will show better to hear out 'f a la-ad than a How doe} it happen that in copying yeeks in the Bradford County Telegraph I
a weekly newspaper of general circulation SEEDS
l 1 you the finest beaches in the world good healthy whistle. A la-ad what's and reading ancient manuscripts we in the said Bradford County. Flor SEEDS ,

hour of pipin' a tune about his love or th' call the character our ancestors meant ida.WITNESS
; where bathing is good every the Honorable J. T. Wills.
POTATOES
of that rolls by. Blue Ridge mount'ns o' Virginia is seldom for "the" by the ridiculous "ye?" Judge of said Circuit Court and also my BEANS, TOMATOES. CUCUMBERS, ,t

every day every year up t' anus diviltry. Whin a crook They said "the" just as we do, anti official signature as well as the seal of this I MELONS ETC. Burt or 90 day SeedOats. elected ."
We will show the limpid lakes Court, this the 31 day of December. 1913, at .
you ;
has soinethin' on his mind he ain't ad- the ouly apparent reason for mistakingthe Seed Field Corn .
Cow '
Starke Florida. or Field Peas Velvet
Beans
and streams of the interior, abounding vertisin' himself so ye can loosen yer character is that two centuries ago W. T. WEEKS, _,

., in fish and over the shimmering grip on th' locust. When ye hears th'' the letter "h" was usually written witha Clerk Circuit Court I Chufas, Peanuts, Sorghum, Millet JJ

a-ad wit' th' whistle he's fri'nd." tail below line and with a razeed By R. A. Weeks D. C. WRITE FOR OUR
ehoen of whose pellucid waters you yer time A. V. LONG AND J. E. FUTCH ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE. ,. ,

way float or sail all day long, and -New York Tribune. top, which made it look like our "y." 1-9-lSt Solicitors for Complainant. I Reliable Seed for all crops. The oldest established and largest ;

newer grow tired at all. Then the word was so frequently used I seed house in Florida. ,:
She Would Get Even. that it was contracted just as the NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
'I Come to Florida, where every citi- DEED UNDER SECTION 8. OF DARBY &
Tired out with an afternoon's shopping word "and" was then treated and con- CHAPTER MARTIN
4RRS. LAWS
OF
zen holds open the door of opportunity the mother sat back in her easy tinues to be treated to this day by FLORIDA.

and welcomes you within; where chair to recite in detail the afternoon'sexperiences many of us. Hereby Notice is given that R. D. Clayton, I[ 206 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. -. .

ereiy hand is a helping hand, and everyway to a sympathetic home cir When I was a boy. more than eighty onectively purchaser 154 of Tax 156. 157 Certificates and 164 numbered issued by the re- I Feb 6-tf. .< ,.

is a welcome. Come here to cle."And years ago. the alphabets in our school Tax Collector of Bradford County, Florda I ;.!

make your fortune, and stay to spend to cap it all I met that horrid books always ended with the "short I ach nth. 1911.of said has Certificates filed said bearing certificates date in June my 1ri\

the happiest and most comfortable Annie Green, and she was very impu- and." We called it "ampersand" and office and has made application for Tax ._ _
4 dent to me as usual." she wailed. considered it a fine snapper when we Deed to issue in accordance with law. (
days of your life. The said Certificates embraces the follow, '
"The mean thing, sympathetically rattled off the Sometimes ( ?
alphabet Contrasts."I What ;
ing lands in Bradford County. Florida as- Is Instinctr
Come to Florida, where every word snapped out six-year-old Ella. "Why when sufficiently cultured we gave it sessed at the date of the issuance of said : wonder why the baron and Javo- Instinct !s u generic term compris

iaTa welcome; every day is a door of didn't you Impudent her right back?"- the full title 'and-per-se-andV Certificates respectively in hereinafter the names and under the dates mir the poet. always go about together ing all those,faculties of mind which _J
particularly set forth
opportunity; every year a record of New York Sun. Now, 'it Is likely that our "&" will to-wit: They are so utterly different lead to the conscious performance of,

repose and comfort. Come to Florida become obsolete just as "ye" has beCome CERTIFICATE NO. 154. embraces N of "Well, the baron thinks himself In- actions that are adoptive in character '4I1
No One to Lean On."What's descendants of NWVi of NEtS See 14, Tp 8 S.R 22 E. 20 tellectual when
and help us build here the empire I Then our the acres assessed Hudson & DominicI. he is with the poet but pursued without necessary knowlI,
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State of America, where you wouldn't the matter Tommy? next century or two will be puzzled CERTIFICATE :NO. 156. embraces NW% of and the poet thinks he looks smart edge of the relation between the means I
"Oh. I'm tired of school I'd like to perhaps. but I do not think they will SE% See 14, Tp 8. S.R. 22 E, 40 acres assessed when he is with the baron."-Fliegen- is
the weather if could and employed and tte ends attained. It '
,
4 diange: you John P. PratLCERTIFICATE
bed for week.
go to a be so foolish as to say 'ampt'rsand"'when de Blatter. -
where there are more days of sun- NO. 157. embraces W% Sec hardly necessary to remark that sometimes i
"Why, how's that1""Well reading our manuscripts and M. Tp 8. S.R. 22 E. 320 acres, assessed ----
glue and more sweet-scented showers you see. I'm in a very awkward coming to the little quirk we meant Unknown. Good Judgment. "instinct" comes so close:: to "reail

aver the meadows and the orange position. I was next to the boy for "and." Do let us drop saying"ye." of CERTIFICATE NW V,. See 23 NO.Tp 8 164, S.R, embraces 22 E. 40 NW acres% "Your partner" remarked the prIVI- distinguish son" that it between is almost them.impossible New If ,

groves than in any country under the at the bottom of the class-and he's -Dial. assessed Hudson fc Dominici. leged friend, "sPeros' to be a man of York'-t-f} j
left Manchester Guardian.He -- UNLESS SAID CERTIFICATES shall be American. i'
of heaven. unusually good judgment""You ,
broad .
canopy Between Friends. redeemed according to law Tax Deed will issue 1 1Entirely
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Florida has room for ten millions Patience looking in the glassCanI ) thereon on the 16th day of March A.D. bet he is, replied the self acknowledged '
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Out of Place.
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Forged. 1914. brains of the firm.
cf.you.: Now is the time to come.- Trotter When young Biffkins left believe my eyes? There are two W. T. WEEKS, be never makes a move without askingmy "Why, "What itinerary did you take ofl"4- ,

:ropolis.j hairs! I Clerk Circuit Court Bradford Co., P1*. your Europen trip?" ., 1ft.;
A college: a few years ago. be declared he gray Feb. 13-1 t By B. A. Weeks. Deputy Clerk. advice! -Chicago News. c
S was going to forge his way to the Patrice-Take the hair back to the '"John wouldn't let me take one at'-4 t

MONUMENT FOR OSCEOLA front Did he make good? Homer- store and make 'em change it, dear. NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE. Men and Jobs. all. You St't. he's crossed the ocean'4 h:' f

t It,, Washington D. C., March 12.- As a ferger-ye& He's now occupying Yonkers Statesman. Th'rty days after date the first publication of Apropos of an inefficient manager's before a.nd be said it was foolish to flU Jour

Bepresentative Frank Clark has introduced a front row cell in the penitentiary. Linear Dimensions.A this\. Cardiner notes I, county will apply judge to of the Bradford Honorable county.Ceo. resignation George Gould said to a trunk wHth a lot of things we'dnever a

.k' a bill in the House to appropriate Chicago News. Welsh registrar of marriages tells Florida for, an order to sell at private sale, New York railroad reporter: U8e.-Detroit Free Press.
'He undivided One Eighth interest each of F
t $!S.OOO to erect at someniCable the story of a very self possessed 'Vascoe Dale and Calista Demaria Alvares "It's every man's desire to wabble II
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in Florida fitting Life1 Changes. 'I nor heirs of Vaseoe Alvares. deceased In round in b big job rather, than to fill Easy to Talk Back Now. 2
I I I place a Life Is full of changes. One day we bridegroom, a builder by trade, who tnd to the following parcel of land situaten a small one, and that's why go many "I'll'bet that In days s>ne by mE2.did f

1 t Bumument to the memory of Osceola, have an office cat and no catnip. and ia answer to the question as to length Bradford. to-wit county, Florida. and described uolloWl. resignations are by request. not talk back to tbelr wives la tG, :

I t tte.chief of, the Seminole Indians. the next day we have plenty of catnip of residence, add idly, "Fifty feet by From the N.W.: corner of S.W.% of NE%. fashion that'they do nowadays." o.tl}

: Mr. Clark also has introduced a bill and oo cat-Toledo Blade. thirty, 81rf' See. 29, Tp C S.R 22 E. run S. 210 feet for C Quick Witted. "Trie telephone Is certainly a

:: utfcQrizing the Secretary of War to a East point 810 of feet beginning thence, then E. 870 run feet S., One thence degree N.. Blobbs-He's a quick witted fellow. IflVefltjo ."-Houaton PostWhen

deliver to the city of Gainesville, Fla., WouldAt thou subject all things to The Test. Forty Five minutes West 810 feet thence W. 51obbs-In what way? Blobbs-He L '
thyself? Subject to Statesman trust the people. 583 feet to point of beginning. knows wl'en to
thyself reason.- .say nothlng.-PhUad l-
brass bronze faith honor
1 twocQndemr..ed or can- One of Them-All right Lend me Alta Alvares is lost and
Seneca.
Record.
Guardiaa et the above named minors. phia the man ia dewL-Whittler. >
m $3.- t'w York SniJ
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p, FLORIDA'S FUTURE sideration of I
Florida's citizens and roast the animals, but they state that:
Right to the Point. '__
taxpayers> PRACTICAL TALKS they are excellent eating when cooked Suffered with "
What It Will Be Depends Upon They are being studied by in of the Two veterans wete freaking about ....
any ways commonly airplied
Present Generation earnest men and women Hn other to small game. Throat Trouble.Mr. the battle of Bull Run. *,One of them

states, whoh find similar conditions wa' a Yankee, the other,an Irishman

What will Florida b eby the middle everywhere. They must be considered BY GOVERNMENT Girls' Poultry Clubs. Barnes "Pat" said the "ankeere) << you a
used to be
a of this Twentieth Century? The Girls' Poultry club, a unique organization the battle of Ball Run?" ;
and
soon carefully by the thoughtful sheriff of
started by the United States "I was" said Pat. ;
Just what the WarrenCounty
next generation shall men and women of this State. FARM EXPERTS department of agriculture for the pur- Tin sure ;you; ran,"; said tLe Yank.

( make it, and that generation will be The State Board o fHealth is urging pose of encouraging the poultry indus- Ten nessee. "I did," said Pat, "and He man that

s largely what the fathers and mothers upon the people of Florida a careful try of the country is making good From exposure did not run is there )'et.j'-riew York

i' of today shall make. it. I II headway, particularly in the west and to Globs ;
I Ij study and discussion through the middle the elements ,
Some of the greatest scientists de- press No. west. Large organizations have
VH.-Profitable
l I: clare that every man owes it, quite and elsewhere, of the question whether DairyingGirls' been established in Indiana. Illinois, he throat acquired j Rare. I '
Iowa Nebraska Utah and Idaho. Clubs
t as much to his parents as to himself, Florida needs or should have a revision Poultry Club. have also been organized in Virginia. trouble.. A genuine curiosity would be a maa c

i7 0), whether he is a genius' a drunkard, of its marriage laws to work Guinea Pig as Food. West Virginia Mississippi, North Caro- He supposed that-! who tips bis mouth shut aid lives to '

\f' a criminal, insane, or an ordinarily I out a solution of these Droblems. If lina and South Carolina. his health! regret itWe have never seen a =

'$ intelligent and useful ctiizen. Even such new or revised laws are essential, The first poultry club was organized Was entirely genuine curiosity-Chicago News.

his impulses to aggressive effort Virginia and is flourishing under J. ruined, in feminin
or
:* the lack of them-vthey' is inborn to what extent should the State go, W. Kinghorne, the department's In. spite of all Purity is the truth the '
say,
: I so that a person with an inheritance, in regulating marriages among its structor in the state. The object informing the treat masculine, of honor.-Hare.NOTICE.
citizens the club was to give a better ment he
to better the next and future
14. of good morals, a sound mind and knowledge of the value and importance could pro- I,
generations?
: body, lacking the inborn impulse cure. r.
or of poultry raising and the marketingof !,
.. ambition to self improvement, may a first class uniform product and to After
s sink by a kind of inertia into positive MIX MAPS AND MEALS.An teach better methods for the caring of bottles using four of !

uselessness if not immorality. poultry and eggs; also to show the In PPMlnOl h e

| We come into the world, not of our Easy Way of Studying Geography creased revenue to be derived from claims that MR. B.W.D.BARNES,
While You Eat well bred poultry where proper methods was en- McMiDnviUe 500 MEN 500 MEN
volition bel Teen
l' own handicapped by a burden ,
In the dining room of one family of management are pursued. reI y

of fearful responsibilities; some of us there hang two large colored maps There is a four year course mappedout restored to health. Five hundred laborers -

fet with inheritance of evil tendencies, one of the world, the other of the statein by the founders, starting'with' the Catarrh of the throat is not only an

'tith bodies predisposed to disease, which they live. setting of fifteen eggs as a unit for annoying disease of itself, but it exposes wanted by the
the victim to other dis
"' with weak and inactive minds often The parents and children are form the year's work and concl: ling with a many
eases. We
t are constantly breathing Dunnellon
bordering upon insanity in some form, ing the habit of talking during meals pen of fifty chickens fortj'ix of'which into our throats numerous atmos- Phosphate

:. and some of us with an almost irresistible about what they read 41r hear, of are hens and four roosters. Points are : pheric germs. Disease germs of all Company to work in

instinct to criminal action.It places and events outside the visible (Official News Summary! of Up to Date given for the number of eggs hatched, I I sorts. This cannot be avoided. If

is horizon. And whenever any unfamiliar Matters Compiled by the United number of live chicks, number of cockerels the throat is healthy the system is their mines in the
undisputed that a large majority place is mentioned one of die children States of marketed profit on Investmentand protected from these poisonous
o fthe professional criminal classes immediately leaves the fcrLIe long Department Agriculture.) equipment Some of the state gov- germs. But if the throat is raw and neighborhood of Dun-

has sprung 'from criminal parentage enough to locate it on the map. "It Is report of a cow census ernments are offering prizes for the punctured with numerous little ulcers -
by catarrh; then the
\ and these violators of the law in turn near such and such a town or river or AlECENT begun as a private most proficient students of the clubs in have disease nellon. Standard wages. -
germs easy access to the system.
l' pass on their tendencies to their chil- mountain," "That is where so and so l' by ex-Governor. the nature of trips to their capitals. Keep the throat well and clean. rSuperintendent
lives." or "Such a thing happened D. Hoard of Wisconsin and and one is now offering'a prize of a This is the way to protect yourself Apply to any plant

dren.A large proportion of the insaneis there" is the information usually added Compiled under the direction of B. II. trip to Washington to see congress in against contagious diseases. Garglethe
to the first Statement Bawl chief of the dairy division, Unit- session, visit the president and inspectthe throat as explained in the new or

traced to a parentage in which They do not limit their conversation ed States department of agriculture, department of agriculture. "Ills of Life" sent free by the PerunaCo. Foreman. ;
they
either father ortthe mother, or to bookish things but speak naturally : shows that rows in the western and Throughout the year meetings are ., Columbus Ohio. /,

both, were similarly affected, and it about whatever they are interested in, central states which were the most held in the states where the clubs are Mr. Barnes says: "I had throat DUNNELLON PHOSPHATE
trouble
and had
. is known that such tendencies in the turning to the maps as one looks at a profitable were of a good dairy type, in existence for the purpose of discussing ing me. All failed three to doctors do me treat-

parent are far more often than not railroad guide when traveling, to place were comfortably stabled and received the different problems ,of poultry I good and pronounced my health gone.any CO.

t exaggerated in the children. themselves. In this way blfc of knowl- silage as a part of their ration. The management At each meeting, whenever I concluded to try Peruna, and after Rockwell FlorHa.
: owners of 'these! cows were readers of possible, the department of agri- four bottles .e i
The handicap upon the next genera- edge are linked together, and as sight using can say I was entirely -
'.knowledge requires so much less men- dairy papers and farmers' bulletins. culture will have one of its specialists cured." JOHN JNGLJS, President. '
tion be made heavier
may or lighter tal effort than ear knowledge it Js The investigation was undertaken be- from the animal husbandry division I March G-2t.

by the will of the present one. No more fun.Besides. cause of the small profit on many dairy present to instruct the members on FLAGS FLOWN AT SEA. H

man can live unto himself alone. No the maps. hanging low and farms. The men who collected the data poultry raising, selection and care of

parent can live unto his own time and in light -make went into the dairy districts of thirteen stock and handling demonstrations.
a good a splendid rainy Significance of Certain Colors In the .
generation alone. Whether he be day game for the two younger chil- states. The facts were collected from lIe will also assist in securing first I International Code.

weak or strong, a genius or a lunatic, dren. aged eight and ten. The mother, 2,163 herds. containing 28.447 cows in class markets for the sale of the poultry From time immemorial flags have --

o his influence through his children will sitting near with her sewing gives all and covered a period of ten years. and eggs.
been flown by ships at sea all o"er the DO WHAT
The records show
that
be felt for ill hun- them "hard ones to find" (names of cows of a good In instructing the clubs the department
good or fifty or a : world, but it is only in more recent ,"
dairy returned
type to their
owners an that each county club should
. dred years in the future. more or less obscurity), and they keep : says years that an international code has
average of $17.33 per cow above the hold an exhibition once a year, prefer- YOU :
to which the most
score as gets been adopuc.1\ the countries of the
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responsibility cost of feed as compared with $2.03 returned ably in connection with the county
"firsts. calling twenty the
: to the future is but little ap game. by the cows of a poor dairy fair, at which place a pair of the best world now conform to fixed rules about :
No wonder the whole seems PLEASE
WITH
. world the flying of certain flags though, of :.
type.
, None of look
preciated. us very far chickens grown by each member
like one big picture to this family, and course, each navy has its own secret
' = into the future and are influenced by geography but a play.Woman's Home The cows which were comfortably should be placed on exhibition and en- code for use: in war time. OTHERBUSINESS !

what we find there. Sufficient unto Companion stabled made an annual average profitof tered to compete in the regular class The national flag of when
I any ship
$14.12. wherefs those
,: the day or generation is the evil thereof I kept in uncomfortable hoisted upside down denotes that the
stables made a profit of
is the consoling for disre- P1. ship in question is in difficulties and
.. excuse LEAFING FOR THE FIRE NET. only 23 cents above the cost of feed. v,.{;
; garding the years to come by any Those cows which received silage as requires immediate assistance, which

l seriously inconvenient line of conduct Safe Jumps of Eight or Nine Stories a part of the ration returned an average any passing ship is required to give if BUT WE

Yet it is established beyond the Have Been Made. of in cents more for every dol- possible.

reach of argument'that the relations At a recent Fifty-sixth street tenement lar's worth of feed given than did the The quarantine flag is a plain yellow WILLAPPRECIATE
w > square, hoisted on the foremast which
between successive generations are fire in New York that resulted in cows which were given no silage. The ..
more of a smoke alarm than a blaze a cows whose owners read good dairy Fo. :Ff indicates that the ship has got an In-
intimate. Nature working through the fectious disease i :: on board or that it has
man and his wife were seen to get out literature produced an average annual W. }::
centuries has evolved a higher'mentali- on the ledge of a fifth story window. profit of $14.54 per cow over and above I I .-.:.... ) come from an infected inert No per- ,

" ty and an attainment of higher moral The firemen told them to wait a moment the cost of feed. The owners who I [X' vf y son is allowed either to go on board or

< standards, but, it may be questioned that then might l>e no need to read neither dairy papers nor farmers' l f' to leave such a ship until permission U YOUR FIREINSURANCE

t', \' if she has built up the race to a great- jump. The man cried that they were bulletins on dairying made only 1.85 granted by the sanitary authorities! cf

.; 1, er degree of physical perfection in the suffocating and must jump. per cow. Of these nonreaders 43 percent the port.
; last thousand All of Nature's The firemen stretched: the net and actually lost money in the dairy In all parts of the world a white flap
, years.
'. : shouted for them to poise themselves business. is accepted as a token of peace a red

.; accomplishments have been brought properly and jump one at.a time. But Concerning: the results of this cow flag as that of defiance and a black J. R. DAVIS & CO.

.: about through the operation uncon- even while the firemen were shouting census ex-Hovernnr Hoard says, "The flag as that of a pirate. A green flag

sciously to man, of laws inexorableand the instructions the couple kissed each one great and paramount conclusion, :;. flying from the masthead of a ship or Agency Established 1886

undeviating-the same laws that other. locked arms and leajied. They overtopping all others is that loss of } t I barge at anchor indicates that there is

have destroyed the weak and imperfect came down straight and sure as a profit In dairying is! occasioned in nine NA q a wreck in the vicinity. The same is STARKE, FIA.SMOKE.

specimens in animal creation, andhave plummet right into the net They rebounded cases out of ten by a lack of sound ; denoted by a green buoy placed over I -

about fifteen feet and fell in dairy intelligence: on the part of the I the spot. -
propagated their kind from the -
": the'net again in a sitting posture, still farmer who is behind the cow." When a red flag is flying on the fore- 3.t
and robust individuals.
strong embraced. mast it is a sign that the ship has pow .

l ,; It is not to be anticipated that The firemen let them gently down to T' e Guinea Pig as Food.It der, shell or ammunition on board and

; Nature in her cycles of evolution, con- the sidewalk. They still sat there looking is diQcult to acvount for the somewhat serves as a warning to other ships not

= ;. trary t othe education and instincts at each other Incredulously. Then prevalent notion that no rodentsare : to come too near in case of accidents.It .

t. i. of civilization, is going to wipe out they were told! there was not even a fit for human food states the agricultural is called the danger or more commonly

,. from the human race the mental de- good fire to justify their jump. It had department's bulletin! on the the powder flag.-London Globe
all been smoke from a smouldering lot ,
: guinea pig. Because: of such prejudicesome
f ficiencies, nor the diseased, nor the '
of rags and other rubbish. The man people will not eat rabbits or
:. criminals by any process of..selection. and wife heard the news with expres- squirrels. Probably many others are A.P.H.

'. ;r;' It is not to be expected that the individual sions of wonder thankfulness and condemnation kept from eating such excellent gameas TIME TO ACT.

.',.; is going to sacrifice voluntarily of their silliness. muskrats and prairie dogs. While HOMEMADE BOO TE8TEB.
"+ that instinct most deeply rooted Jumps of eight and nine stories with- guinea pigs are seldom eaten in the Don't Wait for the Fatal Stages of I CIGARS
, out Injuries have been recorded. The for premium. An exhibition of the
. 'r in his being-the desire to hive his United States their near relationshipto Kidney Illness. Profit ByPeople's .
best dozen of should also be made.
makeup of the jumper is what counts. eggs
a in the continuation of the rabbits and the fact that they are Experiences. I I Made in Starke
part race- The firemen have to be prepared for wholly vegetarian in habits should reassure The department has issued the following
because he fears to transmit to his all kinds. Sometimes they have to suggestions: .
any one who may entertain Occasional attacks of backache irregular
.;. children the weaknesses of his own shift a few inches quickly because of doubts about their fitness for the ta- To rid the poultry house of mites -

body or mind. the bad judgment of distance. shown by ble. All the wild species of the guinea wash the pen the roost and the drop- urination headaches and dizzy

} There is no earthly authority superior the Jumper. But in most cases the leapto I I pig are accounted good game in South ping board with kerosene or crude petroleum spells are frequent symptoms of ..
t the net saves life.-New York Sun.A at least once a week. -
America. Rock cavies
to that of the individual excepting especially are kidney disorders. It's an error to
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much hunted in of Brazil. While Market all cockerels except those In-
? alone that of the State. If the refusal parts
;- J. Little Paint Badly Applied. the small size of the domestic species tended for breeding purposes as soon neglect these ills. The attacks may 1888 a EiM'nishui traCJVIN
of the individual his
: or ignorance or The play "I/nomme de Destin" was Is probably the chief cause for Its as they attain broiler size. pass off for a time but generally JACKSONVILLE Ft-VC JKHANNE
J\ indifference act for the of the
to good
taken from the stage when its triumphwas neglect as a food animal yet we have
': I State shall bring serious injury to the at the zenith. One evening Napo- other highly esteemed game animals Petroleum Oil as Adulterant.The return with greater intensity. Dn'tdelay BR0I

'Qf ..State either now or in succeeding leon, accompanied by his friend Dutoc, that furnish less meat than a guinea department of agriculture has a minute. Begin taking Doan's .

; generations, it is evident that the went 1n disguise to the Porte SL Martin pigThat discovered a new adulterant that Is Kidney Pills, and keep up their use COM ADAMS

; State must act or known evils will theater, where the piece was being there is widespread Interest In being used in the manufacture of biscuits
Big
until the desired results are obtained. I Whiskey i ,
i' .t''e continue to exist and increase. performed.- Eugene Chevalier appear the guinea pig in the United States Is and wafers containing an upper #
S ing as the 'man of destiny. They evident from the large number of inquiries and lower crust with a cream filler. Good work in Starke proves the effectiveness HONEST
J $' In other words, Florida has no law AND RELIABLE jGQ<5bJ5
t bought a box but had hardly enteredit that the department of agri- This adulterant Is made of petroleum of this great kidney

I that prevents the marriage of persons when the emperor broke forth in culture Ls receiving in connection with oil. and seizures have already been PRICE L LS i ON e q o E rTfc.;

; r. with known or suspected. tendencies violent execrations against the "fool the proper methods of raising this lit- made of products containing such in- remedy.Mrs. .

. : toward insanity. She has no law that managers." It seemed that the decora- tle animal. The bureau of animal In- gredientThe E. B. Johns, Sanderson St.,

limits or regulates the marriage of tors had left in the box pots of oil and dustry has been experimenting on oil is used in connection with Starke, Fla., says: "I suffered from I

I .. criminals. No statute' forbids the paint, and into "these the emperor .had different methods of raising the pig sugar and milk in preparation of the
marriage of consumptives nor of those stepped. Wild with rage he rushed and finds that it costs from 50 to 60 cream filler and substituted because it backaches and pains in my loins. Two RUB-MY.T1SM't

from the house and to make matters cents per animal to raise. This cost is cheaper than cocoanut oil or butter. boxes of Doan's Kidney Pills relieved l
/ who have any of those diseases which Will Rheumatism
worse was recognized in the lobby. No could be substantially: reduced by pry The use of this substance in articles of these symptoms of kidney complaintI I cure your
the doctors disguise by long, unpro- Neuralgia Headaches
:: paper mentioned the incident, but by vate breeders. While there is at pres- fopd is regarded as adulteration and in ahve since recommended this remedyto Cramps

> .. nounceable names to hide their disgusting order of the emperor the play wasne"e ent little demand for the guinea pig violation of the federal food and drugs friends, and I know of several i I I Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and y
my t
l sE and sometimes horrible fea- produced again; and Chevaliernever other than for laboratory purposes the act Petroleum oil is a lubricant who have taken it with success." I Bums,Old Sores, Stings of Insects

-.. tures. Those contemplating marriage appeared again as the man of market price ranges;: from $1 to $1.50 rather than a product containing food Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne,used internally ,
Price 50c at all dealers. Don'tsimply
*. have only to detlare'themselves to be dl'Stiny-aUlI all on account of a little apiece. Those favorably located near value. I and exteitaaJiy. Price 25c.I ,
ask for a kidney remedygetDoan's
: of responsible age, hiding from the paint badly applied. cities or institutions requiring large

license clerk and, even from each other numbers cf guinea pigs should he able Wheat, Barley and Oats Abroad. Kidney Pills-the same that-l I To Prevent Blood Poisoning

r the fact that they are o rhave been Theory and Practice. to establish a profitable business in The 1913 total production of wheat Mrs. Warren had. FosterMilburnCo. apply at once the wonderful old reliable DR.
Little Beatrice was taking piano les- supplying them. was 9.2 per cent more. barley 7.5; percent ., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. I I PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING OU, snr-
afflicted with loathsome disease
.k-r; some sons and learning at the same time The Peruvian method of dressing the more and oats 0.8 per cent more (Advertisement jical dressing that relieves twin and bears. :
which be transmitted to their the same time. Not a liniment. c,5OC. SIt4
: may something of theory. Like many other guinea pig for cocking i is the one gen- than produced in 1012 in Prussia. Belgium. -

;, children; that.lurking in their families ('Wlllren.Ole disliked practicing her erally adopted wherever it is eatri Denmark. Spain France. Great ---

if not actually manifest in themselves .- finger i'x{>l''ises. Que day her. mother, The animal is killed by dislocating its Britain and Ireland. II II Utry. Itaiy.; { .

a' : is the curse of insanity. who was working in an upstairs room. neck, after which it goes through Luxemburg. Netherlands Knunianij.

,;" The offspring of such marriages is noticed a sudden lull in the playing.She about the same process as a sucking Russia in Europe. Switzerland. (':111a-

(' a burden, an increasing burden, upon looked down and saw Beatrice sit- pig in preparation for conking. Its da, United States India. Japan Russiain Bradford County
.; ting perfectly motionless.! is for few Asia. Algeria and Tunis,
..f private charity and upon the State. throat Ls cut it hung up a according;:
\ "Beatrice why don't you practice?" minutes to bleed and is then scaldedin to the International Institute of Agriculture -
It is burden that is in
a increasing
,- she called down sharply. hot water. The hair is removed, Rome. Abstract
-t Florida by a ratio greater than that "I am practicing mother," repliedthe the Akin scraped with a knife the viscera For European Russia the preliminary CompanyA

of the growing population, including child with perfect self and the washed of '
assurance. taken out carcass figures production this year are: All
-: the growth by immigration. "I'm practicing my theory." New in tepid water. It is then ready wheat C3S.OOO.OOO; bushels; barley,550 complete record of Bradford County lands

';:.. These are serious 1 facts for the cons York Post ... for the cook. The Peruvians usually I 000,000; oats, 1101000000. Land Titles Real Estate Investment

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it 'LAWTEY I I POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.Political MarketPhone Takes -I i

A. The Board of Trade meeting which announcements, not exceeding one Hodges' Consumption
inch in length will be printed under this "
should have been held last
I Monday heading for the uniform price of five dollars, I
evening, was postponed until next in advance. No. Ill 350 People' Every Dayin .

: County News Items Monday evening at the school house. TAX COLLECTOR.I Ninth Street Near DepotBest the United States and the sur- .,'
; :Miss Ina Rogers, of Putnam Hall, hereby announce that I am a eandidate
:;; of her uncle and auntgandxoofbhuis for re-election to the office of Tax Collectorfor cut of Round, per Ib________15c prising truth is that most cases are' .
Bradford and solicit the of .
county \otes
spending a few weeks at the home I I all Democratic electors. I promise, if elected, Next cuot of Round, Ib____12 l-2c preventable with timely, intelligent i
L : Intcrcstini Facts Gathered During the Week by Our of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.B. to discharge the duties of the office faithfully.B. per treatment. =
M. DOVYLING. :
I Regular Correspondents. L. Blanchard. / Sirloin Steak,.per lb _________17 l-2c These appalling facts should warn .

Lawtey Camp No.159, W. 0. W., FOR TAX COLLECTOR
Kr k held their regular semi-monthly contention I take this manner of announcing my candi- Tenderloin Steak, per lb _____17 l-2c as that after sicknesa, colds, overwork _
,,.. I dacy for the office of Tax Collector: of Brad- I bther drains
,. at the Masonic hall, Tuesday' ford County subject to the Democratic Primary or any upon
Porterhouse Steak lb ___17 l-2c
i LAKE BUTLER. HIGHLAND. in June. and earmttly solicit the support per Emulsion should
evening at which convention two strength Scott's
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Arthur II. Wilkinson the i of the electors at same. I pledge prompt .
Mr. was
Jones
*' The barber shop of Mr. F. P. candidates were initiated. and efficient service if elected Rib Loin, per lb ___________12 l-2c promptly and regularly used be-
\ t-v is doing a rushing business. Mr. Will guest of Mr. Robert Crews, Saturday E. R. POPPELL.
Mr. and :Mrs. W. E. Torode were thrive
: : Williams was assisting on Saturday' and Sunday.Mr. visitors to Jacksonville Tuesday. FOR TAX COLLECTORI Rib Roast, per Ib ________:.__12 l-2c t! cause tubercular germs; only

,'t night. Fred Lang, of Clay Hill, wasa Mr. am a candidate for the off ce of Tax Col- in a weakened sj-stefci.
Charles Fcttit was a business Rump Roast, boneless, per lb_.__15c
Mr. W. II. Flynn, roadmaster of the business visitor to Starke last week. visitor to Jacksonville Monday. : lector of solicit Bradford the County support, Florida of the,voters and respectfully at- The tested and proven value of

Miss Florence Crews left Sundayfor I election the 2nd day of June, Rump Roast, with bone, per lb10c
Atlantic Coast Line, met with a pain- Mr. A. 11. Harley was a business I I the 1914.primary If elected I promise on fa.thful: and efficient Scott's Emulsion is recognized by .

ful accident on Thursday. While on a Starke, where she will enter visitor to Hampton Wednesday. I Il service with due regard to the welfareof Chuck Steak, per Ib ___________.9c : the greatest specirJLts because its
school. all citizens and tax r>>ers. *
r of his motor car jumped r
f : tour inspection Miss Alice Prescott the charming Rev. and Mrs. Olin Boggess were Respectfully G. W. ALDERMANFOR Beef Stew, any kind, 3 lb for ____25c I medical nourishment: assimilates
./: the truck, throwing him violentlyto was visitors to Starke Monday.Mr. '
...' of Miss Florence Crews I quickly to build healthy tissue;
the ground. His right arm was guest R. R. Thtde was a business COUNTY TREASURER. PORK .
and .I hen;'by announce myself a candidate for in the of active #{
aids
> the elbow and his left Saturday Sunday.Mr. development ,
r broken below visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday. the democratic nomination for the office of I Pork Chops, best, per Ib_____:117 l-2c
is badly sprained. Richard Lang,"of Clay Hill, Mr. L. H. Hill was transacting busi- county treasurer of Bradford county. Florida life-sustaining blood corpuscles; I

I Mr. W. E. Loadholtz, who was burnt was a visitor to Mr. F. M. Crews' ness in Starke Tuesday. subject voters at to the the next action primary of the election.white democratic I solicit Pork Stew, per lb _________ 12 1-2c : strengthens the lungs and builds i

out at the Duncan House fire, will Sunday. He has his eyes on Miss I the promise support you of faithful every voter service of if the elected.T county.and. Pork Roasts, per lb ____________I5t I physical force without reaction 1 II III

open business again at an early date Maggie, so they say. F. RIVERS. '

in the McKinnney building. Rev. Willie Taylor, of Baldwin, fill- The above prices are for, Scott's Emulsion is used in' tuberculosis .

I: The ladies of the Woodmen's Circle ed his regular appointment here Sun- "To Keep Young"Youth FOR COU1TY TREASURER.I camps because of its rare I
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is what we all love to have hereby announce that 1 am a candidatefor CASH. 1 '
held a memorial service for the late day. Mr. Taylor delivered a wonderful and to hold and since Ponce de Leou's nomination for the office of county treasurer body-building, blood making prop- c. _I

Mrs. Ida M. Mann, on Friday eveningin sermon on baptism. time ninny a way of conserving it has the of democratic Bradford county voters subject at the next to the primary actionof We will not charge and because it contains rib* ,;

) the Masonic hall. There was a Misses Bessie and Hattie Carter, been prefcribed-dtxajre. drinking sour ell- tion. I solicit the support of all thedtnoc'ttic any o falcohol or habit-forming drug.Be t

Black Creek visited here Sunday.Mr. milk systems of exerdse. bathing, rub" electors in the county and promise the above those i'
attendance. The service was of at prices. Scott's.Scott
Marge il h.tHi, to discharge the duties of the office sure to insist on ;
beautiful and impressive. There John Marr caught his a girl bing. Auy one of these things may faithfuly.;
very help the individual, but not every in W. W. ROBERTS.FOR & IJ.>wnc.ElooruSeM,::.J. 13-76 J
:but wouldn't take dinner with ,
,t- were present the father of the deceas- Sunday '1
dividual. And let u* not forget that
t ed lady, Rev. McDaniel, from Live her. How awful, Johnnie. COUNTY TREASURERI Telegraph $1.50 '
.1\ youth is in jrroat; nieuvure a gift of the per. year. Telegraph $1.50 per year. ir
:' ;: Oak, together with her brother, Mr. Geo. E. Wilkinson and George, spirit Children are young liecause for. County hereby Treasurer announce and myself solicit for the the votes office of the of .j-1

: ;I Marvin, and her sister, Mrs. Stroud,, Jr., were business visitors to Jackson- them life abounds. They find springs of : Democrats at the coming primary. If electedI -- --- -- - -----
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promise to faithfully discharge my duty. k
I from Lee, Fla. ville last week. energy within and stores of refreshment J. M. BROWNLEE.FOR .

Rev. Holmes Logan preaches in Rai- An old time play was given at the without. Wonder curiosity the enjoyment 11

ford.on Sunday, 11 a.m.nd! 7 p.m. home of Mr. and Mrs. F.1.. Crews' of ,ten thousand trifles a shortmemory" ,' hereby anounce COUNTY myself TREASURERI a candidate dor '. :

j A congregation of several hundred Saturday night A large crowd of for punishment and pain--all the office of County Treasurer of Bradford
and these things; make for youth. Quarrels County and respectfully solicit: the support .
assembled at the creek to witness young fouks were present reported -
people resentfulness suspicion worry grouch- of the voters of Bradford county, and promiseif

1 the baptism of twenty-one condi1 a good time. Im'ss-thl's\ bring harder lines around the elected office.to faithfully discharge the duties of ,< -- '
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1 ,. dates, eleven of them was baptized by Mr. Richard English, of Daytona, the mouth hardened arteries, old age. G. W. HAZE I N 7M ; c

":"* effusion the remainer by immersion. Fla., is visiting his brother-in-law, Mr. Nothing is too small to delight a child ti 4:

'" The discipline of the Methodist church Robert Crews;also other relatives and given the rteht conditions; nothing too I hereby FOR announce COUNTY myself TREASURER a candidate for I,I Ikt\ I

provides for either mode accordingto friends.Mr. big; to darleu for very long the spangled the office of County Treasurer and solicit the '
Creek sky. That is the secret of youth. support of the Democratic voters at the coming "
the wish of the candidate. Twenty Willie Austin, of Black ,
pr>mary.
Draw the curtain. Master Manager! {
at became a member of our Baptist J.VERXON JONES
received into membership
persons On with the human cowl'l.1y.Collier'sWet'klf.
the evening service about ten othersare church Sunday-now, then Willie, .
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI _
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yet to be received. A large con- you are acting wise. hereby announce myself as a candidate for '
the office of County Commisioner for District i QL
gregation came to hear Rev. Logan Japanese Flower Etiquette.To No. 2 Lake Butler) before the Democratic t i
preach on the subject "Why I Ama ENTERPRISERev. order a dozen or two of roses or : Primary in June. 1 believe in lower tax mil- '
t lane and careful management and if elected
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... Methodist at the morning service. George Larrimore, of Brooker, carnations indiscriminately over the i will endeavor to have the county put on cash
telephone be delivered in a pasteboard I basis and discharge all myduties faithfully.R. .
Our editor, Mr. Stallings, of the filled his regular appointment here J .ANDREWS
box by a florist's boy. as a gift YOU
ARE. j
I
Times and Claud Epperson met with Sunday.
to a friend would mean a lack of refinement .
painful cuts during the fire on Friday Mr. H. S. Norman was a visitor to FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI
to a Japanese, writes Grace '
hereby announce myself as a sand date forTe Most Respectfully Invited j"
i night. Mr. Stallings has his finger Jacksonville Monday. II. Ilagley in Suburban Life. In (ad.iguol"Jnrl' -'lection to the office of County Commissioner -I :
} and Mr. had his V. R. Reddish of I from District No. 3 and solicit the support '
badly torn, Epperson Mr. and Mrs. of flower lore might resultin of all the Democratic electors in the

hand cut with glass. They were helping Lawtey, visited here Sunday. disastrous blunder. If. for example: county. To Attend the

f to remove furniture, etc. from the The farmers are busy getting straw you sent a purple wistaria however S. T. DOWUNG. '

exquisite in itself to a bride she would
burning buildings.The berries. COUNTY COMMISSIONERI Spring Millinery OpeningAT

cheap show and carnival sea- Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Reddish, of hardly forgive you. since purple is a hereby announce myself as a candidate for .
.. color of a bad omen never to be used j the office of County Commissioner to represent -
son has come, Lake Butler will be't. Lawtey, visited here Sunday.Mr. District No. 6. and respectfully solicit the
felicitous occasions. On the other
on of all Democratic electors at the coming
overrun to-morrow (Wednesday). and :Mrs. Andrew Hilliard left : votes
hand, you would convey a delicate ; primary election. If elected. I promise to :

I Mrs. L A. Duncan hasrented, the Saturday for Fernandina, where Mr. compliment by sending chrysanthemums faithfully discharge my duty.J. L. UNDERBILLCOUNTY LANE'ic

1 home of Dr. Tomlinson and is getting Hilliard has accepted a reliable posi- because, on account of their I

i as comfortably settled as circumstances long period of blooming they signify COMMISSIONERI .

will permit. The sympathiesof tion.Mr.. Julian Kirby, of Jacksonville, long Ufe. A peony sent to a friend is t hereby announce my candidacy for theoff'ce I.
I of county ccirmlssioner of Bradford Wednesday March 18:
the citizens are with this good was visitor here the first of the a flattering recognition of his distinction I county to represent District No. :2.: and : E

I lady and her husband and little chil- as it is suitable only for those of I'romi.to serve the people faithfully if .

i I dren. week.We wonder what Ben is wearing a high rank. eletttd. J. B. CREWS. 1914 :( :: i

I : Mr. Hilliam Andrews on the Providence dress for? c
, The Held.A MEMBER SCHOOL BOARDI
Comparison
road lost his seventeen-year- will hold their
The Dixie Guards hereby announce myself as a candidate for
lecturer went to Yonkers with a
I, old son by death on Saturday last. meeting Saturday night, member of Board of Publ.e: Instruction from '
regular letter to a Yonkers citizen from a man : District No. 3. subject! to the action of the Spring and Summer Hats,
The funeral took place on Sunday March 21. All members are urged to in New Rochelle and succeeded in getting ,; coming primary. and solicit the support of all ,

-; It was a case of pheumonia, we are be present. I an engagement.; Ills three hour Democratic electors. CHESLEY FOGG. Dress Patterns r

told. We sympathize with our friend,, Mr. James Wainright of Jacksonville lecture proved dull dry and uninter

It is hard indeed to part with one who returned home last week and esting. Next day Mr. Yonkers met MEMBER SCHOOL BOARDI Novelties ''
Mr. New Uochelle. wish to announce candidacy for memberof
in the my
little while
: only a ago was will remain until after berry season. I Board of Public Instruction before the coming
hey?// of youth. May he "and his Mr. J. S. Norman is daily on the "What did you mean. asked Yon I Democratic primary election from District -
: kers. "by recommending that lemon No. 2. and solicit the votes of all Democratic r
dear wife turn to the great Burden- platform soliciting shipments of lecturer electors. ,
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I bearer. berries for his New York house. "I didn't recommend him. I N. H. STOKES. i "- }

The Columbia College Basket Ball "Well I just guess you did. I've ..........................................N .......tttI 3 o

team came over from Lake City to your letter right here in my pocket" BANK NOTICE ae


'. t with play players.our a long local Being reach team.,,heavier they They easily built are splendid men defeated --,' visiting Mrs. C.in B.ifampton.HAMPTON Allen, of Jacksonville o.I is mittal"Better Mr. :Yonkers read it did.over again-carefully.It was noncom-" i During room the we remodeling will have of temporary our banking I Progressive Business Firms ID Starke 11 i


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t'1 the Lake Butlerites. But j We are glad to hear that Mrs. J. H. "I have heard Mr. D.'s lecture. It Is quarters in J. F. Kickliter's store, t
our I
Pollard, who was taken to Macon, Ga., as Interesting as it is instructive" I where we invite our friends and Readers of the 1
men gave them a good time, consider- ii Telegraph will find fit to their
for is rapidly "And it wasn't either said Yonkers. I customers to call on us. We have
hospital an operation i
ing the fact that have not had
they "Then the comparison holds," saidNew i take trade with the firms
in every arrangement tnade to care advantageto
anything like the training of the visit improving and will be home again RoeheUe.- ew York World. rep .t 1
a short time. of our business without any interruption resented in this directory. :
ors. The score stood 17 to 6 in favor i I
f' during our occupancy of temporary -
of the visitors. Vic Allen is the proud daddy of a A Queer Question.1 .

t boy. The little shaver arrived Monday have come to consult you" she quarters.* ..................................................... I

morning. Mother and son doing said to the prominent BANK OF STARKE q J
i k RAIFORD lawyer. 3-13-21 E. S. Matthews, Pres. MM.MMMMM.M.MMM. ........... ++MMMMIM* !
.) Mr. and Mrs. Campbell, of Glen well "What is the trouble IJ

+ St. Mary, are visiting relatives here Col. T. G. Futch of Lake Butler "I have received three proposals of .. DRY GOODS. FI? NITURE 'i r

this week. took in the Woodmen entertainment marriage and I do not know which to ,; t
last accept CHANGE IN METHOD ...MMM.MM.MMMMM. ......I.e

Miss Mae James of Glen St Mary, Friday night. I' "Which man has the most money?" Washington, D. C.. March 9.-Director -:;.
is here H. B. Wiggins and family returned i.....'
visiting relatives this week. "
I "Do you imagine. she asked "that if i William: J. Harris, of the ; -
Misses Floy and Grace Clarke oiJuniper from McClenny Tuesday.The I, I knew I would consult you or any : Bureau of the Census, Department ofCommerce ,I

I were here Monday, the guests Woodmen Circle Fielding other lawyer1-Birmingham Age-Her I J. MORGAN : FUEMTURJ3: : J
in the "
change
announces a
.' Camp of Hampton, are working on ald. $ Headquarters for 'f-
ef Miss Nannie Andrew. .
method of publishing the statistics of Ladies Ready-to-Wear Goods, and a;;nost anything else 700J
Mrs. C. 0. Carroll an entertainment to be given on the might want
came Saturday Dry Goods. Notions Etc. r tt
night to be at the side of her mother,, night of the 2 th. The entertain- I Open to Conviction. cotton. "

Mrs. Emily Anderson. ment will be given free, in connection "Some of i}constituents are disagreeing The annual reports on the quantityof BULL'S DEPARTMENT r
with you." said the trusted cotton ginned have heretofore included STORE. .
with box Full
Miss Loco Johnson, one of Raiford's a supper. particulars lieutenant. i the quantity of linters obtained .......................... Jt:
\ efficient teachers left Sunday for will be announced next week. iNi&H4
p.m. r "Well, keep tab on them. replied by the oil mills. Formerly there '
Brother Jno. :Mullady returned from BUILDERS SUPPLIES t nN
Madison where she will Senator
pursue a nor. Sorghum, "when enough disagree .
mal McIntosh Monday. with uw to constitute reliable was only a comparatively small ... ...fMNlN.FMHlN111N. jj i
course. a quantity of linters obtained and they .......................... .
majority I'm going to turn around and
Quite a crowd of Raiford boys and .
agree with theiaWashington Star. were of such a grade as could be used, DENTISTS :; A.NNN .
girls attended the basket ball gamer NEW RIVERMr. .I!
to some extent for the same purposesas
Saturday and were sorry to see Lake B. J. Sapp returned home from ..... ..0........O.$j tha
the lower grades of cotton.
A Wise Child. were Quigley LumberSupplyCo.. : 0,
Butler defeated by Lake City.
Hastings last Tuesday night. -Willie.- sadly s Ed a father to his Many of the oil mills have now installed stns i344+N H

Mr. L. X. Yrooman, our genial Coastline Mr. Rob Andrew was a visitor to young son.1 did not know till today machinery for the closer de- Dealer In A ..1J

Agent, was relieved here Thursday DR. U. L TURNER .
4 Lake Butler last Friday afternoon. that la't week you were whipped by linting of the seed. This has resulted -
.
Builders Supplies, Paints Oils c)
by Mr. J. B. Knoughright. Mr. :
i
Misses and teacher for
Floy Grace Clark returned your bad behavior""Didn't '
in increase in the total
1 a large Varnishes, Concrete' DENTIST
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Vroonsan went immediately to Falat- to their home near Juniper last you father: Willie: answered quantity of linters produced each Plumbiag. .1

ka where he will take a position in Monday morning.Mr. i cheerfully.Why.: I knew !It all the Edwards .1' n
and the tim in lower-
at same ,
the union ticket office, and his many B. F. Rerifroe made a business time."-Woman's Home Companion.Then year Estimates Cheerfully Furnished.MMMMMMtMMMfM. r.
of the fiber
friends at Raiford wish him much [ I. ing the average quality Upstairs ores Post Office .fox or
Lake
trip to Butler last Saturday.Mr. Shell Tell You. so that noo:1ly a small part if any, ; AI
success \vith'his new position. of :
George Andrews Starke.
v wasa is used substitute for lint cot- +
j "Tell me. said the lovesick youth. I as a *"if
; : Mr. J. L. Bryan returned from Jacksonville visitor here last Saturday and Sun "Chat's tie best to find out whata ... -

: this a-m., where he has been thinks of way ton.It ............. ............t
woman t'QU- therefore advisable rot ,
day.Miss I .
a visiting his son Joe P. Bryan. Erma Andrews gave a party I1rry her. replied FecKhampromptly. appears REAL ESTATE.MMMMMtMMMMMMM. '.; c
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to include the quantity of linters in '
? Miss Maud Howard, our new milliner at her home last Thursday night Quite .Philadelphia I'ress. I J NOTIONS. : en
the total production'of cotton for the t :: p1d
j spent 'Sunday in Lake Butler 1 a Urge number attended and reporteda I the totals in the .........................-t

l I returning Sunday p.m. accompanied rice time. Mean I-------Inference. crop, accordingly, "' h .,. ,

I'f ( ky her sister, \\ho will assist here in The young folks and old ones together mx- Iy wife is never happy' whenI report to be issued on March 20 will ;+'i.. HH+--+ +;+i .
COMER L PEEK e .
am out of her sight Dix-My wifedoesn't i relate only to lint cotton and will not A
Er the millinery work have organized a literary debating E.'ither.-Y'O&kt.'l"5 include linters. Information to the Why U it that when you are .
_, Hoke Smith and Louis Taylor, ,of society at New River, which Sta"maD.trust me. as Florida Real Estate, Land and in need of Notions, Lame :; es,
t
of listers however will .
.e i ..- Lake Butler; visited their parents meets every Friday, night. Everybody production Ready-tc-'Wear Goods, Shoes. ; ne
here Saturday and SunJ.1 '. cordially invited to attend. be given La a footnote so that com Timber Expert. NovelUea, l Etcyoa: generally \:: p1'
d p .. He toeth better that creepeth in ab parative figures may be computed on go to, : sio
: Sheriff Denmark was ia town Monday way than he that runneth out of his the basis of the reports issued in S3 years Experience at Starke. STUMPSTbere's ,:'. elet

;'! Telegraph $1.50 per year. .way.-St. Augustine. A Beam.L
a previous years. .......".H +&+". i H.. 6 8..f..a .

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