Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 20, 1914
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01961
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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+ + + + + + + + + + + + + ++ + TO BE HELD .
.,' + + APRIL 8TH DUNCAN STORE DESTROYEDOnly + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + TO BE COMPLEX SEPT 1 M*
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Important + BEWARE OF CHEAP PAPERS, + + + -
Criminal Cases to + I + A LITTLE TALK OX BANKING +
Be Considered at Property and Men Will Be Charred + Some of the Materials Hare '
+ It is not the cost of the + : Space Left Be ---- +

This Time + paper (the highest price is + Examined! by Captain Gregg tween Dekle Residenceand + The strawberry season starts + Arrived and Operations

+ nothing), but it is the time + and Major SnowOn the Park + off fine. Everybody has made + Have Begun

t wasted in reading matter of + + money so far, and the indica- + :

4 A special term of the Bradford + no value that determines the + + tions are that there will be + f ,

county circuit court will begin 'Mon- + actual price of a paper. Be- + Wednesday evening, April 8th, In the + many more weeks of money- + The superintendent; of ccn true t I
Telegraph's account of the }
fey March 23, at 9 o'clock'.m.. + sides, these papers, getting less + at 8 o'clock the local military company fire last,week we spoke of, the heroic + making out of the business. + tion, W. H. Caldwell, who has charge \. I

The public welfare and the cause + than the cost of the white + will be inspected at the armory effort put forth to + Now, while times are good, + of the erection-of the handsome new s

tf justice require 'a special term of + paper out of their subcribers, + by Captain LaVergne L. Gregg for Duncan store, how that save almost the great + it is the part of wisdom to pre- + Starke school building, is on deck. He ';

court at this particular time. A + are obliged to take almost + the United States and by Major H. M. article of merchandise every + pare for the lean time that is + has shucked his coat and rolled ap I

at ber of important criminal cases + any kind of advertising thatis + Snow, Jr., for the State of Florida.As willing hands. Their was labor removedby + almost sure to come to you + his sleeves'and is clearing for action. ., -

in now pending and a number of 4p offered, and hence lead the + explained in'General Orders No. all in vain, for at 2:00 a.m. was + again some day. Deposit your + Tool houses and cement houses haw ,
on Sunday
Sons are charged with various + reader if he reads them at all, + 3 I, 1914, all enlisted men and COM- morning a fire broke out in this buildng + money in bank, whether' it is + already been erected: J Several ,carloads I i
offences, whose cues demand investi- + into foolish investments. It is + missioned officers are expected to be m completely destroying everything +. much or little. Get in touch + of brick and cement and tools : "

gation. + only the paper that charges a + present and in line for the inspection in it. Just a week and a day ,from with your banker, and if he + have already arrived and have been ; .' t
I he most of the parade. All is'the right sort of banker he + placed the !'
improtant criminalis + good'price and requires each + uniforms arms and the former fire. There is nothing upon ground. As soon as _

that of Will Moore for theBorder + subscriber to pay his share that + equipment are to be accounted for. Hit.a long charred between Mrs. + will be willing and ready to + he gets his forces organized: Mr. : ;
of W. T. Andrews at Raiford + can afford to turn down fake, + In case of lost property responsible DekleV residence and the park. + do his best for you when the + CaldweD will begin excavating for the '

|Sund y morning, February I, 1914t + deceptive and immoral adver + officers must have satisfactory affidavits There ar, many theories as to the + lean time comes-when helpis + foundations and work on the foundations .: ; -'

+ tisements.-Wallace's Farmer. f ready or checks made out to origin of this second fire, but we cannot + needed to make the next + will be. started as'soon as possible. j! I

THUMB-MIDGET WEDDING + + pay for same. substantiate of them. + crop or to make the little in- + ;

: + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + The purpose of the inspection is to The fire occurred any'so suddenly that + vestment that looks good to + -- 1

Entertainment Given at ascertain the general efficiency of the + you. +
before the people could arrive the INFORMATION WANTED z
Jf, 'Auditorium Friday Night For this Your banker likes td know +I
fo:. HONOR ROLL company. reason proficiencyin place was in a mass of flames.. The To the Members of the Florida Growers {
4.R drill and the manual of arm! will t something of your affairs + .,.
jostoffice had again to, remove its Shippers .League:
TThe Thumb-Midget wedding given Of Stare, High School for Months be noted. General appearance, con- furniture and papers, and it was only + when he deals with you. In + Now that the new express rates are

r the direction- of Miss Opal Bornr ;> lISt Ended dition of arms, discipline and ad- with the utmost difficulty that the t fact it'is'part'of his businessto + in full operation, the Florida Growersand
of Kansas Mo. 'the IPrimaryHugh ministration will all be + know all about before +
City, ,-for taken into building was saved. you Shippers ,League desires to obtain "

fit of the School and CivicClnb, I Brownlee, Jr., Tina consideration. We understand that Mr. Townsend + he deals with you, and the + definite information as to"the1

the high school auditorium Friday Kahn, Warren Graham, Alma Sapp, + shortest road to his acquaintance + effect of these t
going to erect a new building for new rates' en shipments
t, was a brilliant affair. Lois Williams, Margaret Livingston, BANK EXAMINER is for you to transact +
postoffice. This will certainly bean now going out by express fromvarious
:Among, the prominent people who Gladys Williams, Lizzie Mae- :Tompkins improvement. + ,your business affairs through + points in Florida. It is impossible -. I

the occasion by their presence Charles Bishoff. Complimented the Officers of the + his bank. A great many people + for anyone to pass': thq I .

President and Mrs.Wilson, and .I First Grade-Amos Chase, David 'Bank of Starke NOVEL ENTERTAINMENT fare denied accommodation at + justice or injustice 0 fa W upon charges : '
Chase Call Freeman Johns + the banks not because + 1
Misses Wilson, Secretary and Mrs. Sapp, they are until we have a considerable amount '

.J. Bryan Viee-President and Mrs Ralph' Gnann, Blanch Chase, Irma Among the many changes and improvements Court Trial In Which Prominent not good business risks, but + of data, ';.

R. Marshall Ex-President and Mrs. Stilley, Katie Bell Green, Lois George, that have taken place in People Will Participate because the banker does not + A number of shippers in different

IL Taft and Ex-President and Mary Green, Lena Sapp. Florida in the past ten or twelve + know them.in a business way, + parts of the State have been asked .'

Irs. Theodore Roosevelt. -; J, Second .prade Willie Agin,Lloyd years none is'more notable than the Among the most successful and + and therefore most stay on the 1+ to keel ; 'their .

The roles of guests and rpartici_ .A tatinV'Julian Canova, Maurice Edwards change in the banking business, especi popular entertainments of the timesare + safe side by, Withholding ac- + for wcprdg'on. shipments ;' ,
a peitmt.&f ten
ants" in the wedding ceremony wereissomed Nathan Prevatt.- Lawretice ally with reference to official super the Mock Court Trials given under + eommbdatio'n that he would + mit the results to this days to,saD-' 1 1we
League that
by little children. Strict Simmons, Le Roy' Stewart, Ellis vision. It used to be that the banks the direction- of an expert-CoL A. V. + have gladly extended had, he. + ) ;

redding ,etiquette'was observedhronghout Thornton, Elizabeth Brownlee.Thirl chartered under state laws vnereperwitted Newton, the well-known- lawyer-lectur 4i been in touchwit)1_the person, jfr f may which accumulate..todetermine coasilcrwble.datarom .:. ;
jfectaof .
The color motif was pink I Grade--J. I. DuBose. Joe to rock along about as they er of Worcester, Mass. + seeking the accommodation. .+ the : -
and if
_ ad white. The bride wore the usual Mosley, Herbert Selen, Ira Rape Earl pleased without anything that approached Many cities in various parts of the t The intimate acquaintance that + use. the information, necessary. laterto ; '!

fcown with a train and a' veil. Theroom Bischoff, Jessie Mae Baisden, Dorothy efficient official supervision. country have been greatly excitedover + naturally springs up betweenthe + Commerce at an Interstate f
.and his man wore the eon Edwards, Hazel'Warren.a This is not true now. The state hasa them, as attested by the lengthly + banker and his customercuts + hearing. mai-
of the "
: entional black. The bride carried Fourth Grade Harry Canova, well organized banking department and favorable reports in the leading + a large figure when thee + ager of League other shippers desires: the in this cooperation I

uquet of bride's roses, showered I Walter Thomas Paul Canova, Frank of which the comptroller, a state newspapers, and best of all by th + question of a loan comes up. + same work. Will
officer elected by the is the great audiences that have packed the + Besides in touch + you kindly send \
rith lilies of the valley. The maid'of I Kickliter, Roddie Crosby, Augustin people, placing you to the League a statement

not carried pink carnations. 'Long, Melba DeLoach, Edna Gnann, head. He has at his command the largest halls and opera houses to the + with your banker the bank + certain information about covering -- ,

Following is a cast of the principal Gladys Gardiner, Mildred Bobbins services of three expert examiners. doors; in many cases the interest + check system of handling your + I of fruits and vegetables your made shipments i

ratters: Hazel Bischoff, Nellie Stearns, Lucile These examiners are kept busy the being so great that every seat has + business has many advantages. + during this f
; specified period. We ds
- Bride, Elise Jones; groom, Russell Weeks. year round examining the banks. Each been sold in advance and hundreds + It avoids the likelihood of you + not want the shipments befectetl because f -:

'el; Mr. Midget, father of the Fifth Grade Alice Thornton, bank in the state is examined at least turned away unable even to ,obtainstanding + losing your money and it givesan + the rates happen la fce higher' !, I

twice a year and its condition room. + indisputable receipt for + -
Charles Marks; maid of honor. Mamie Denmark Levy Canova. fully or lower in that particular rase wa \
reported to the comptroller. One of these popular entertainments + bill The service + ; f
Irginia Weeks; groomsman, Jamesilliam Sixth Grade-Aileen Alvarez, Mildred every you pay. must have data on fbipmentbandied '\ !
Brownlee; bridesmaids, Per- I Bell, Jessie Forsythe, Ella May In pursuance of this well devised will be given under the auspicesof + costs you nothing. The bank + the ten every

Williams, Dorothy Edwards, Long, Mary'Stewart.BAPTIST plan of official supervision Mr. E. P. the Starke BaseBall Club in Brad + furnishes pass books and + following during information covcrirg days each The, : J

es Colley, Myrtle'Hodges; flow- Thaggard, one of the state's expert ford County Court House, on Friday + checks free and does the book- + shipment should be sent '
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girl, Hazel Kickliter; ring bearer,, UNION MEETING examiners, was here last Saturdayand evening, March 27th. + keeping for you without a cent + 1. The date of the shipm at. .;

thy> Sherrod; ushers, Charles made a thorough examination oJ It will be'assured that one of our + of charge. It is the simplest, + 2. The number and size of rise i '

iby and Comer Long minister, the Bank of Starke. After completing most respected and prominent citizens + easiest system in the world + boxes f -.i
; i To Be Held at Liberty Church or crates: in each shipment ]
> Stewart. his examination he complimentecthe has been trifling with the"affections + for keeping your business af- + I ;
oy March 27, 28, 29. 3. The kind of fruits or vegetable: .
Everybody the entertainmentvery officers on the general condition oi f of a young and beautiful young ladyof + in order, and at the same time + .
says shipped.
' the bank and its management, and this town and will have to answerto + gives you business standingwhere + 1 ; .
pleasing and satisfactory,, The Black Creek Baptist union 4. The estimated weight of the* ; i
if it must be said he had no criticism to offer. He the Breach of Promise suit brought + you are likely at anytime + '
everybody says so, meeting will convene with the Liberty shipment ,
The prepared the following statement o:f against him, and there will be fun + to need it. +
door amounted to
receipts Church Thursday before the fifth 5. ,The point to which the shipment
'.35 and the sum realized by the the condition of the bank at the closeof without limit. + If you make the Bank of + !; -
. Sunday in March. The
.i ooI and Civic Club was about introductorysermon business Friday, March 13th, and Indeed, it is safe to predict thatit + Starke your bank "we will + goes. .... .
will be preached by Elder J 6. The amount charged for the '
o : instructed President Matthews to have will be many moons before thewalls + appreciate your business and +
A. Sanders at 11 o'clock Friday morn shipment. .
; ;: it published in compliance with the of the Court House will again + give it the most careful at- + : }

ing.Friday law. re-echo with so much laughter as will + tention. The Bank of Starke + This will mean some woi<: on the <
FRIEND OF THE PEOPLE night temperance subject, part of the individuals furnishing this '
Examiner's Report be heard on that occasion. Additional + is a growing business institu- + ,
f. D. Andrews, who has an anent "Where and When Should a Real information. If a large nnraber of ,
Report of the condition of the Bank interest will be created in the trial + tion with no favorites to play. + _
in this issue of the "
paper Temperance Begin. McQueen shippers- will co-operate with the
representative of Starke at the close of businessMarch from the fact that a large number of + We are here to give a helpful + ,
of Bradford county, Saunders will be the first speaker. League in this matter, however ;
13, 1914, published in compliance our prominent people will be par + banking service to the public + twill
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a member of the last session ol 1''
Saturday morning general invaluable
subject"What secure an amount of .
All the rules of a regularcourt + + ,
with Chapter 6427, Laws of Florida ticipants. generally. Every man who
legislature and was on several is the Deacon's Duty to the information. \ '
; of justice will be observed. + places himself in touch with + :
Important{ committees and helpto Church and its Pastor "
McQueen The basis of this new rate is correct
Resources t will have consideration + 4
us our :
get the pension bill through Saunders first
speaker. REVIVAL MEETING CONTINUES without a doubt. The Interstate Commerce "
Loans and discountsI$62,336.61Bonds ; + whether be is rich or poor +
,caused many old Confederateand Saturday, 2 o'clock subject Commission has much
p.m. __ __ _____________ .18,000.00Banking Quite an interest is being taken in + great or small, and if he comes + spent I
home guards to 'be retted "Orphan Home. Who'is Responsiblefor time in developing a system of i
house and fixtures 5,925.9 the Christian Church revival on the + to us with a clean record for + nt&j j
: on the pension list and also the Temporal Welfare and the making which is fundamentally cor
Cash on hand and due from part of the good sized congregationsthat + honesty and promptness in + I 1
,the. widows of Confederate 'soli Spiritual Teaching of the Orphan Chil rect. It is to be expected that in
'' banks __ __ __ ______i-_ 19,188.07 have been in attendance at these + business affairs he will have +
i a raise of $2.50 per month, ambm dren While in! the Orphan Home" making such radical changes, some
services night for thepast + whenever extendit +
every help we ca n
..said. ; although it; provided for J. E. Black, first speaker. mistakes would be made. The idea
widows and the Total________________$104,450.65 week. The preaching is being + to him.BANK +
to get a raise Saturday night. Mission subject, that every express shipper of fruits
Liabilities done by Evangelist Ernest House of + OF STARKE, *+
; .federate soldiers to be re-instat "Can a Baptist Be a Real MissionaryWho and vegetables in Florida is payinga
fa does mak- Capital stock ___________:$15,000.00 Maxville. The meeting will be con + E. S. Matthews, President. +
not raise the millage Does Not Give of His Means for higher rate than formerly is '
the Surplus __ __ ____________ 2,500.00Undivided tinued over Sunday and includingMonday I + + entirely
pension funds not even one- the Spread of the Gospel E. W There have been (
He net earnings____ 2,337.49 nightRev. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + wrong. manyreductions.
also made his promise good Rosier, first speaker. There have also been in-
the in bill Deposits __ ______________ 84613.16 House has announced the following I'
people getting a Sunday morning. Sunday school DEATH OF WILLIAM THOMAS creases, especially on single box lots
the legislature allowing eachthat subject, "What is the Ghostly Figure to certain northern points. Tht Flor-s-' .
tJ work state Total-_______________$104,450.65E. Thursday niglit-"The Five King William Thomas Sr., died at his
wanted to That Seems to Be the ida Growers and
Hindering March Shippers League cane
home in Clay county Saturday,
Illustrated chart.)
P. THAGGARD State Examiner doms. ( by a
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.ners on their roads to "have the Cause of the Progress of the do nothing to correct '. .
Sunday; H any injssti. es:
._ Friday night-"Hell-Its Certainty_ 14, 1914, at the age of 61 years. ;:
of said prisoners that said School Work?" J. E. J. until have of infeimntiou
Wainright, buried in the Beulah Baptist we a mass
NOTICE and What Kind of a Place it is. was
ity, called for. He also was credit1riUl.deCeating first speaker. J afternoon at to present. The shippers rojst furnish ': _
church Sunday
" Owing to the general opposition to Saturday night-"Do As Well as ..
the state highway Missionary sermon at 11 o'clock b;y the latest "Fancy" Dances the Dancing You Know." 2:30 o'clock, Rev. L. W. Kickliter of this data.
sion bill, which bill, if it hadIne Elder J. E. Black. Yours truly II'
services. very -
Committee of the :Military Company Sunday morning, 11:00 a.m.-"The Starke, conducting the I...
a law, would have cost the Elder Jas Strickling, Moderator have decided to prohibit all Pre-eminence of Jesus" Mr. Thomas was the eldest of six Lloyd S. Tenn;, :\

yers of the State of Florida J. H. Sapp Clerk. and his father died Secreta'j-.I.1.mocr.: ; I
children during
t dances except the old style waltz and Sunday, 3:00 p.m."Popular COhceptions" ,
Per year. of the civil war. He was a member of ;
A. D. two-step. Violators of the above rule (Consisting principally

Andrews did not vote for the SMALL FIRE MONDAY will be ejected from the armory; the reading of letters written by local Beulah Baptist church for thirty years WALLS-BAILEY :\| ,

" !Bue commission bill He bill nor he the thought general the Sparks from the kitchen chimney Approved DeWitt C. Jones,, Cap, young men and young women describing and was an ordained deacon, in which :Mr. A. WaUs and }lit!; Ea.,1 Eillcy A

pIe of Bradford says ignited the kitchen roof of T. W. Commanding Co. "E" 2nd Inft. their conception of the model of office he served for a number of years.He were united in marriage ty P.E>. -

11 satisfied under county the were very .: Sweat's residence Monday about noonand the opposite sex.) was a good citizen a true ,father Ernest House in the Christie Ohvrih: .t i 1 'I I }
' laW'I't TAX NOTICE Sunday night, 7:30 "The Gospel and a faithful husband. He leaves a Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clc ',? ( '
_We already had and also caused a small blaze, which wa a s ,* ii-:
Present promptly extinguished by volunteer City taxes are now due. There are Analyzed" (Illustrated by a chart). wife, three sons, three daughters,i' presence of the bride's mstiit- act! <

1- Andrews system of giving in their firemen. An alarm was sent in, bu only ten more days of grace. The i I Monday night-"The- Short Bed and mother, four brothers one sister and three witnesses. Mr. Walls.. ? formerly .- : fe .
made a- hard and city tax books will be closed Wednesday host of friends to his
death. :
Narrow Cover. I a resident of the Th3rec
/ est fight in the before the department reached the ntigfrborhood f i j'
interest of the
/ Ale Of Bradford scene the danger was over. April 1. Taxes are being r eThe services begin each night at The large number of people who attended and Miss Bailey wan ;rf'-'a ,f 4I P; J ',

.1 ion and county at the last: t ceived by the collector at the Starke 7:30 sharp. the funeral bore eloquent testimony J resident of Bradford county. Tie' *.? .!
ta do so again Drug Co.'s store. \ to the high esteem in which ..
V e1 cAdv.. u he young couple will gelid ia ttc fatal'a .
fH Telegraph $1.50 a year. SILAS KITE, Collector. Telegraph $1.50 per year. was held by those who knew him. at Rodman, Fla.

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to T Tr The creative The Creative impulse Impulse does not itself CATARRH[ OF THE THROAT*

'If r f know the next step it will take or the

I next form that will arise any more

; One And Two Horse Discfl than the creative all tbe artist thoughts determines aud forms beforehand Is Liable to Preface Catarrhal Deafness

his inventive genius will bring forth. ; 50;
CLARENCE BOWMAN. tial loss of hearing apt to be over.t. .
1.. Harrows He has the impulse or theo inspiration looked. A person may lose half hU f '-

to do a certain thing to let himself go hearing before he knows it 'i' ?

Planting Plows Combination Cotton and Corn Planters and in a certain direction but just the precise For !instance suppose a man earl shear

form his creation will take is as his! watch four feet from the ear. t: '

Fertilizer Distributor* Complete Line Plow Shapes. Low Prices. pnknown to him as to you aud me. If he k-se his hearing to the extent,; ".;
I Some stubbornness or obduracy iu his -
A VV Hardware De Witt C. Jones Lumber material or some accident of time or I watch two feet front,the ear he may f c?
not suspect it e all. His hearing is ', .
place, make it quite different from
,:: :; :::: good enough for ordinary purposes. .; :'f.
4 what he had hoped vaguely planned.He .
He goes on without the slightest mu: J

does uot.kuowwbat thought or incident picion that he is losing his hearing :< mss:

.ti -clubs- ... or character he is looking for He may have ringing in the ear, oar {.:
lift ,
.H The regulations or me secretary ui what IKiiittftrii a.;i till he has found it. till he has risen cracking and snapping sounds in they :

I agriculture I effective Oct. 4. require and eighteen i >'eirs. No girl -n.ih i..- above his mental horizon. So far as he ear, or a feeltes of pressure in the*. r

PBACTICALTALKS that imported meats be accompaniedby eligible to recent a prize inniin is inspired so far as'he is spontaneous ear but he is not aware that he is* ,
becomes a member ot a dUll iud losing his hearing. 3 ,'"
a certificate -by proper just so far is the world with which he 115--
plants a garden occiiiyiu| <: oue-teeth Testing the Hearing. authorities of the foreign country deals plastic and fluid and indeterminate i.

ir BY GOVERNMENT showing that the meat was from of an acre. Member of the dun* and ready to take: any form his It is a good thLg to test your hear.,:, ::::'

healthy animals verified by an ante- must agree to study the instructions medium of expression-words, colors ing with a watch. First hold the :j-
of the department of agriculture and against then 'i
mortem and a postmortem veterinary watch your ear. move ttfS
tones affords
him. He
the time of slaughter such other Instructions as may be sect may surprise A Case of Catarrhal Deafness.Mrs. gradually away t nra the ear and see *
Inspection at
f E' himself excel himself be has f. {
FARM EXPERTS them from co-operating: suures"Milk : surrendered how far away Iron the watch 1011': ;j
and that the meat is sound healthful himself Wm. Bowman R. F. D. 1, Coon '.
to a power beyond the actually hear it tick. Try it on I
can .
Rapids, Iowa writes ;
fit for human food and contains no : !
control of his will or knowledge.John .- the-other aide and see if both ears
harmful or prohibited ingredients. In : Easily Contaminated.Milk "Some time ago I wrote you about '"
Burroughs in the Atlantic. are alike. If you find that you are ;tunable
of f'
my little boy, Clarence, five years
addition to this before admission to. quickly becomes contaminatedwhen his to bear the catch on both sides ;

the Dotted States a careful inspectionat exposed to tbe air or when age. He was troubled with ears. alike and at a distance of four feet,: .f
No. V. How to Deepen
Proper Way to Walk.In They were very sensitive to the touch
of Is made of the meats placed in unclean! vessels know
pert entry according to from the ear, you may that .
and he quite deaf at times.
walking feet should was .
Soil Imported Meats.Girls' by Inspectors of the bureau of animal dairy experts of the department of ag- straight ahead; your and come down point flat seemed to be worse after catching deafness has already begun. You I
riculture. Milk must be kept cool to should begin taking Peruna at once.- I ct
industry which bureau conduct tbe heel cold. I had taken him to doctors but "
first. Writers who advise
Canning Clubs. prevent the bacteria already in it from that relieve Gargle the throat with cold strong "t
federal meat inspection service. The they did not seem to be able to *
the bail of the foot should touch the directed in the Ills of .4 :
salt water, as
which multiplying to a point where it Is un- I him, and I was very much afraid he *. -
meats pass Inspection are so ground first, in .
desirable. Producers common with the calisthenics He Life sent free by Peruna Co. Co-
and dealers baredone would lose his hearing entirely.
marked and may then be shipped and I iiu-nictor; at school who like- lumber, OMo. Persist in this tre&t.i=
their duty If they give the con was getting more deaf every day.
handled the same as domestic meats 1)all not .i\ises! the same thing do ment until a cure Is effected. ff ;.
sumer a bottle of clean cold unadulterated I wrote to you for advice and you '
: I which have received government in milk free from the bacteria not know a!::-thing about the practicalside prescribed Peruna. I began giving It The Best Way to Gargle. _

i spection. The only exemption*U for which cause disease. The consumer of walking. The former doubtless to him and can now say that he is Sometimes catarrh of the nasal' J

j i small quantities of meats which are have In mind the ballroom and the latter entirely cured. He is now well and pharyngeal space will cause an accumulation -'. :i
L must then do hU If be
.. part wants
\ ; exclusively for the personal use of the the gymnasium. On a long walk hearty and can hear perfectly." of secretions in the throat tj
clean wholesome milk for himself and
consignee and which will not be offered yon will naturally fall into the proper Catarrh Causes Many Diseases., that completely fill the space. Unless;..j
his family. Milk dipped from
for sale in the United States. Meats a can way of handling your feet. Let your Many diseases are caused by taking these secretions are promptly w-J" :1
drawn from the faucet of
i + which are found to be unfit for food or a can may arms swing naturally also, and for cold. A cold is very likely to settle moved by frequent gargling polypi ; j
< be a source of danger and should be
be formed. Once formed the .
for any cause are condemned and destroyed their benefit carry a stout stick-not a in the nose, causing nasal catarrh. may ::1
for food purposes unless removed avoided where it is possible to get bottles stout staff, which is too long and awk- It may settle in the upper part of the polypi or adenoids as they are sometimes "'i
of milk according to the specialists called, will require a long tine .A
from the United States bj the ward. Keep this stick moving, in one throat, called the nasal pharyngtalpace. .
{ of the department of agriculture.KNEW with the garglingto remove. Gar .
owner within a specified time. hand or the other and it will exercise In this space are two little accordinglto: the method:
gling proper
The enforcement of these regulations your arms better than the mere act of tubes called eustachlan tubes, that will sometimes remove polypi or at't- '

should not interfere in with swinging them will. Keep the shoulders lead to the middle ear.
any way nolds, and no surgical operation to; '
If the catarrh settles in the pharyngeal -
desirable additions! to our meat supply, down the chest up and the body required. '
it follow the mucous
bat will insure the American consumer THE WORD "KIRK. erect. The right posture of the bodyis membrane space through may the eustachian In order to understand exactly What'is

v. protection against foreign meats which as Important a factor while walkingas tubes into the middle ear. If it doesit meant by proper gargling send for

are diseased or otherwise unit for hu But Went Astray When He FollowedIt it is in the schoolroom.-From "The will cause noises in the ear and a free copy of the "His of Life." .

man food. Into the Turkish. Boy Scout's Hike Book." later on be sure to cause deafness. I During the whole course of gargflag";
be taken to
Peruna must according
(Official News Summary of Up to Date To hold down successfully the job Catarrh of the throat may follow. directions on the bottle. ,

Mitten Compiled by the United of governor of a state or vice pres-, He Explained. the eustachian tubes up into the middle *
Canning !
People who object to liquid meal
States Department of Agriculture) The girls' canning clubs, unique organizations dent of the United States one does not There was in Broadminster says" the on the ear part without of the causing parent much The concern par 'cines can now obtain Peruna Tahhtg.
started by the United have to be up on oriental languages.So "Lighter Side of English Life a re

[HERE Is no question. that States department of. agriculture the Honorable Themas R. Marshall sourceful parson who invented plausible -

i Itr breaking and pulverizing to among rural girls have reached a never hesitates to tell this on himself: answers to questions when he did

i a depth of from eight to membership of over 33000. Tbe work It was at a reception In Indianapoliswhich not know the right ones. He had been

twelve inches and adding is under the control of the farmers' took place when the Bulgarian :. talking to a lady about a "Breeches" II I 4i

... plenty of humus to the soil Is economical co-operative demonstration division of army was driving the Turks out of Bible picked up by a brother parson

," according to plant specialists of the bureau of plant industry, which Thrace. The battle of Kirk Kelisseh for sixpence, when she asked what a"Breeches" 1I

the United States department of agri has issued the following statement on had just been fought. Bible was":
"A 'Breeches' Bible? be cried. "Oh.a .
culture -Whether a plant baa plenty the subject: "Odd name that-Kirk Kelisseh"

of food all' the time or only part of The club label will always bear tbe said the then governor of Indiana. "It 'Breeches' Bible Is the one that was

the time makes a difference between motto To Make the Best Better.' Every means 'Forty Churches' or, rather carried by Cromwell's troopers in their

good crops and poor crops The advice girt who joins a club is urged to mosques. Now, isa't It queer that the pockets. about-small It was made specially for ,
carrying and
to plow gradually is given solely put forth her best efforts to learn and word 'kirk.; which, BM we all know compact. I remember you reading that ,I

t because the inexperienced farmer may to become skillful It Is a good thingto stands for 'church' in the Scotch ver- several of the soldiers had their lives

try to plow too deep the first time know about the soil, plants and na nacular, and which appears in German saved owing to the bullets having I .

thereby bringing to the surface too ture. It Is an accomplishment also to and other languages of northern Eu- lodged in the volume in their breeches
the arts of cooking and hoose- CUBITYSTOP
'' much of the subsoil rope should have precisely the same pocket"
A who does this work
keeping. girl
"In winter is used in Turkish! It makes us "
case no cover crop meaning "Not really? said the lady. "How
well for a year will take a decided step
the level land should be disked or bar. wonder whether all tongues may not very interesting! I do believe that I
toward self Improvement and efficiency.
owed two or three times during the have had a common source, and if thatis beard something like that having hap
i winter provided it Is dry enough. so it would probably be found that pened I forget where."
"Fresh vegetables should not be sold
Give good drainage to all parts of the that source was in the east.
unless a profit can be made and here
field and any cultivation done after There was murmured applause from A Tip to the Poets.
Is where the home canner will come
the deep fall breaking should be shallow to tbe rescue. The canned productswill every one except an unobtrusive little His (Richard Hovey'st voice was ad-

not more than three or four Inches usually command a fair price. professor, who had been hovering near mirable. sonorous and colorful and he t
used it excellently whether to read or
deep. the
and they can be kept until the mar group.
"Generally the plow may be set ket is ready for them. Care should be "Pardon me. governor." he piped up. recite. It was a novelty to editors.

down eight ten or twelve inches with taken to see that only first class prod- "but your conclusions, while interest when they asked him to submit a

Impunity. Double plowing-that Is. to ucts are put on the market becausethe ing, might be called-er a little mIs-j. poem to have" him ask "Perhaps you'dUke
this Forthwith he would
I +' break at the usual depth and then fol. reputation of the clubs and of the leading. It is perfectly true that Kirk ? recite
the he had to offer not faltering -
; low In the same furrow with a narrower Individual members is at stake. Per- Kelisseh is the Turkish for 'Forty poem
in a line and bringing out the
> plow or a subsoil plow and go fect cleanliness and an honest pack Churches: but it Is the word 'kelis-
thought and feeling of it all magically what GOOD BANE ACCOUNT INSURES. TteJ
down as deep as desired-is better than are absolutely necessary. There will seh that means a place of worship. to consider a

i! : shallow plowing though a little more be no difficulty In creating a strong demand while 'kirk' means 'forty.*" soul as we to rapt read listeners.the first In poets case gave the poem their man can employ the best help and insure SEBYICE., Depression "

I expensive than the use of the disk for all of the products if the And the professor was right-New happened to be unsuitable for the purpose may come in his line, but his big CASH ON HAND mea::

plow and not so effective. Many trials motto and purposes of the clubs are York Sun. Uovey would smile unperturbedand SECURITY. The fine line of credits may be drawn tight, but none w3;
made on a great variety of soils show strictly followed.
that the cost of plowing ten Inches "Each member of the clubs must proceed to recite his second choice. question his STABILITY. Give your business SERVICE, SECUBIIt
A South Pole Hero. If the poem were accepted on his re-
deep is on an average about CO percent plant her own crop and do ber own Captain Koald Amundsen, the Norwegian cital he would go back to his apart- and STABILITY with your bank deposits, 8

more than ordinary breaking and work It is permissible to hire heavy ...
who put the south pole on the ment to write out a copy of it and sendit '"
tn double plowing the initial cost avenges work done but the time must be burn in Sarpsburg. Norway to the editor. Richard Duffy In "S

$1.25 per acre. charged. The garden and productsmust map was '
1S%. Ills youth was spentin Bookman. We solicit account.
July 1G. your
"No principle In agriculture has been be carefully measured. Each ,

more thoroughly: demonstrated than girl should keep a careful record of Christiania and on board stalers Scottish and Smart.

t the value of a deep and thoroughly; ber year's work. This will aid greatly and whalers commanded by his father John Clerk. Lord Eldon. was of a BANK OF SXARKE,

prepared seed I..>d. The Romans plowed in preparing the history and account Captain Jens Amuiidsen. lie wa very convivial disposition. Once the

ft on an average; nine Inches deep. required In awarding prizes. twenty-five when he entered on his author of "Law and Laughter." aftera .
times first south polar trip a<;z the first officerof E. S. Matthews Pres. Td H. Halligan Cashier
I always three for a crop and in "Uniform club labels should be used Banuatyne club dinner "where wit ,
q some land nine times They did not for all products in'both tin and glass the Belgica expedition. This journey and wine contended for the mastery."
call three inches ('Ilowlnonly 'scari put up according to demonstration In- lasted two years and filled the tumbled heavily downstairs on the 1 1

I fying.' The Flemish farmers were tbe structions. member will be permitted young sailor with aspirations for fur way to bis carriage and broke his nose. "**,*i:4' '0< f
first to follow the better lines of ther explorations in tbe frozen regions. .
agriculture to use the uniform labels unless
When he reappeared in public looking : II
after the dark They Ills wanted him to become a f
j ages. tbe products conform to the best parents somewhat odd about the face some

l devoted their efforts to three main grade requirement in both measurements physician and be spent a year in a one asked bow the accident happened. J

points-the frequent deep pulverizationof and qun'ity. medical college. Later he went to !I
He said it was the effect of his stud-
the soil the accumulation of manure sciences that would 11it.-7 .J .!
"While it bas been pointed out that Germany to study ies. "Studies!" ejaculated the inquirer. /' St Suaays'

and the destruction of weeds. marketing is not the object of this aid him as an explorer. His first nota "Yes." growled the Judge "ye've t ft
: J
"On the sugar plantations of Louisiana work it is a part of it bowever. It is ble feat was to take a ship through the t ,:. -,,- ">
heard door about 'Coke
the average depth of plowing is northwest passage and on this trip hetwice nae Upon l (1 A .r..... 9.r... d'' i
Littleton.: but I suppose :ou never !
from twelve fifteen inches and
to on
wintered in the ice.-New York
the Eua plantation in Hawaii the average before heard of 'Clerk Upon Stair: i i
World. j
depth of plowing is thirty inch .

es. These plantations produce the largest O-VL I I\\' \ IT ITi ,
I :fJ
{ \. !
f of the t 'I'
crops sugar cane to acre in \ 1.'I' .
the world ii t t ,I at IIM".tNIM..Y. ..

"Experiments: made by the farmers' For;l\fonth of February M J !

co-operative demonstration agents of Starve. Fla.. March 1. 1914. /

the department developed that a thoroughly Report of the Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for Bradford County. Florida on. accountof i .

pulven/ed seed bed filled with Taxes assessed for the year 1913. .. II
B. M. DOWLING Tax Collector
humus has the following advantages: "tbrcary 1- !
: It provides more food because It Increases County Proper rescrptioWill :
".,b.l-Tot>alan e due County Proper Fund______________'5.550.49
I chemical action and multiplies By amount collected ._.._______________ $343.09 4
p i bacterial life in the larger body of soil. 4 k v tttL4Lj larch 1-To balance due _____________.r 5 Oj.40 .

It stores more moisture and l loses the 'ib. 1-To balance due County Drainage: Drainage Fund ______________M 6.886.40 ,

moisture c rapidly on aceouutof its I By amount collected ________ _________-_____ w'-s
,' lower strata and the presence of more larch 1-To balance due ____________n__________________ 6,049.12 be of little
f use to they
County Road and Bridge :
humus. It increases the number oft
tb. 1-To balance due County Road and Bridge Fund ________15.243.83 <
roots that a plant growth will throw I Bv a-nount collected ____________-W___________ 1,023.50 .
I out and allows them to root deeper e arch 1-To balance due ________County_____Building_________________13320.33 patient unless compounded in strict-

and find l permanent nlotctnreand It fi b. 1.-To balance due County Building Fund______________. ::;;..5.25I'
obviates the necessity "f terracing because >- fly am('ant collected 171.55 accordance with instruction! I
it holds: the water in suxiK'iKiuu i = v- *.SMii e I' arch 1-To balance due 2.603..0i yctir Jbsician's
5a*% School
.i County
"Humus l'nt..lt'S. the soil! to store Pfe?' l i :ib. I-To balance due County School Fund __________19,426.49 bri ;it here where only the drugs ifc- j
moi-ture.'iuert. .a-t5 its tempera By a-nount eollecUd _________________t_ 1,200.80( g we use purest {;
\ more ,. ._ J-. Mares 1-To balance due ________ ________li.225.69
a l ture. make it more porous. funiKbe js : .. -i&f* County Polls latest m-thads: in o.n nJ:1ling: and: all the care thntJ

plant fetal stimulates chemical action Ftb. 1.-To balance due County Polls _______________________ 1,186.00
and fosters bacterial life." t>y a court collected _______________..-__. ___ 173.00 e is to the best results for the sick pson. i it
nUIC'o."I: ( CLUB March 1-To balance due _______________________1_______ 1,013.00 neccessary get

) I realized that *:t. ti tumie. utter it sup "<3.. 1 -To ta'nnce due Total Sub-School Total_Sub-School__________ 9,619.a t Ask your doctor. f fi

Inspection of Imported'Meats.Section itowu. iieti' "y amount colected __________________.________ 465,.% I'll
., "V4.:I of the new. tariff law | plies > n.inave soiuej '*.ar:" 1T obalance due ________u_______________ ____,9.153.99 4
.. that weal and meat food i j thing to ..-ii .,1,11' nome will tie Fine and Forfeiture 1 ,

0 provides I helped if Iii- n ;.; t..' .us i-au t>e dune b 1-" b 'a-ce due County _L___________________ 1.33i.51
products imjKirtfd into the United By amount collected ____________ gS.St f Mitchell's
States shall be subject to the regu'.a +(I. to the I IM .1'. "Mr1To balance; d;;e -__________________._ 1.301.1 J Drug StoreiSTARKE t
r "Whei..' .. License :
lions made by the secretary of agii r1iiuof the ... .. s
clut,.. T la'ance due on License____ 54.00
J .. culture and when duly admitted shall -/i. it sear. It *"n Tt collected _____________ 44.o<
t be deemed and treated. ** douie>tieL will be t ideut one lfa- -To Valance due _____________ 10.00
within thy of"the federal tori*' ,- *...-retary.A W. T. WEEKS. Clerk. t FLORIDA m
meats meaning I
By R. A., WEEKS.'Deputy Clerk.
meat inspection and pure food nviaws t r
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assault upon a negress, when the distillation of the camphor for the Town Marshal John Clifton, of bage and thirteen cars of lettuce and

7r shots were fired. present season. The product of the Dania, while attempting to arrest a I II has seventy-five more cars of cab- 4 .

f LIVE STATE NEWS Plans for the new hospital to be farm for the present winter is 10,000 negro named Bob Walker, was shot bage to ship in the next forty days.

erected in Pensacola have reached that pounds of crude gum. When it is at about 11 o'clock on Saturday night l He has just completed the setting out

I city from Emmetsburg, Md., the head remembered that this farm is in its and died by midnight It appears that of fifteen acres in sweet potatoes and

infancy, that much of the acreage is the marshal had started to arrest the is
now advertising 8,000,000 sweet x
office of the Sisters of Mercy, who po- ,
Things That Are Happening In Florida as Told will have the building erected. The in small trees not yet ready for clip negro, who was wanted for threaten- toto slips. He has in fifteen acres
ing to kill a negro woman, that he
By Our Exchanges. 11 building will occupy an entire block ping, and that the majority of the resisted arrest and that the marshal Irish potatoes which he will begin to j

and will be modernly equipped in every trees clipped are yet small, the thereupon fired at his feet. The move in carload lots about April 1stBesides -
t b- I I respect. The plans call for a
u- amount of camphor will appear large negro immediately returned the shot, this he has a great dal of
four-story structure of brick
The sheriff of Bay county has been Wolfe was a respected resident of with a basement, where pressed the sisters This will increase greatly each yearas with fatal results to the marshal. The other vegetable truck, all doing well.
officers hot Walker's trail with
removed on account of alleged in- Plant City and leaves a wife and I I and the attendants will have their the trees grow in size and yielding bloodhounds are but on have failed to come fhe frost Monday night did no dam- ;I
Palatka News.
terest in the blind tiger interests, several grown children. home, and all of the remaining four up with him as yet, although it is reported age on his farm though he says light '

and now the county judge is under Chairman J. H. Patterson of the floors wards.will be' devoted to rooms and Reports that the Florida East CoastRailway's that two more negroes have damage resulted in so emlcoitease,

the same charges-Florida extension: down the Kissimmee been shot by the posse who are pur- damage resulted in some localities to
fire on board of county commissioners of Du- valley is rapidly approaching the murderer. There
Advocate. The garden of Mr. and Mrs. JesseR. suing seems snap beans; however, he says general ;.
val county is urging a bond issue of Emerson, 306 Masonic street, west, completion, and there are but 32 miles now to be some doubt whether it was I f
Northern men have organized the $5,000,000. Such an issue properly has furnished an interesting scene to now between the end of the rails and Walker or another negro named reports from all the Gulf and :

Flcrida Poultry and Stock Farms handled would make Jacksonville the many the past few days, as among the the head of Lake Okeechobee, which Lewis, who shot the marshal, since, ,i Southern States show not ]less thaa t'-
at Lakeland and bought point will be reached by July 1, as the the of the wound 25 cent. damage to From ;
Company most prosperous city in the South. It shrubbery there are two little grape- judging by position ( per cabbage. r '::.
land and will go into the blooded would revive things in a most admirable fruit bushes known as '"yearling" grading has been done to the lake. in Clifton's body, it does not appear now on Mr. Davis looks for stiff prices .

poultry and stock business. An experienced way and would be worth twenty stock' which have blooms. The "trees" This line of the Flagler system will possible that the shot could have been |I on cabbage and other garden truck.

stock feeder from the west million dollars to the county. It are but six inches high, but owing to reach every one of the most picturesque fired by Walker. I-Bartow Record.A. .
will have charge of the stock department the spots on the American continent,
would fill our idle lands with veget- experience of Mr. Emerson in
the lake Material will be laid on the groundfor
famed in and
able and fruit growers-it would make :. fruit culture and the fertile soil of story song, J. Goudine, a negro resident of
[ and around which much beginning construction of the
Jacksonville the Los Angeles of the : this section, they have each exhibiteda so romance 1
The Zolfo Spring Trucker and and imagination has been woven. The Jacksonville union stock yards today Deerfield, being suspected of selling

Citrus Growers' Association loaded its Atlantic coast.-Dixie. I I fruit-bearing symptom long ere they country passed through is rich in and work will be started on the build- whiskey, a trap was laid for bin oa
could fruit the size of
first car of cabbage Friday of last obtained for .sustain a a forests ings as soon as possible thereafter.J. I and
A good price was the virgin and some of the best Saturday night, Deputy SheriffH.
tangerine, much less the productionof
feek. The car contained somethingover county school bards which were sold their .-Gainesville Sun. lands in the state of Florida will be- Cook, manager of the stock yards C. Hint went to his house to ar- I
200 crates and sold for 75 centsa Tuesday to a Chicago concern. The come available for habitation and company, says that from all parts of
crate f. o. b. Zolfo. This is about 10 I i I the State he has been rest him on Sunday morning. The '
bonds brought par and accrued inter- David Bailey, son of John Bailey, cultivation on the completion of this receiving
cents a crate higher than is being est, which is very gratifying, consid- county commissioner of Pasco county, road.It. words of encouragement for the new I deputy found the negro undressed '

received for cabbage at points further ering present conditions in the bond shot a wild cat a few days ago at enterprise, and that he expects the and gave him an opportunity to dress I
north in the State.-Zolfo Springs was reported in the city Mon- When he had all his clothes on but I
market. With the proceeds of these the Bailey farm near Elfers. The cat concern to be a success from the
'Truth day morning that a house was burn- his shoes, another negro, who had accompanied j
: of start. There in
the that
has been
issues the school patrons of Gilchrist was one leargest was some difficulty }
107,297 gallons of raw oysters were instiftite, Plant City and Springheadwill seen in this part of the state. He ed and a negro killed Over-the-Lake getting a permit fro mthe city for the the officer to the scene of '

handled at Apalachicola from October have new buildings for their had made several visits from the Sunday The report was in effect construction of the main the arrest, noticed that Goudine ha."pulled' .

25th to January 31st, according to children and the school facilities of jungle to the farm and had carriedoff that a young white man by the name which is something like b.Jilding'l a gun. This he quickly trans- ,. t ,
of Munroe ferred from his left hand his
records of the Shell Fish Commission, the county will be notably increased. a whole litter of little pigs. The got into an altercationwith in dimensions, as the building regu- to right
determined to follow a negro and chased him to a lations call for fire walls in and presenting i tin the d puty'a
at Tallahassee. Commissioner T. R. Tampa Times.A Bailey boys up a buildingof
small house there face, would have killed him that
Hodges has let a ontract for plant- I the marauder and after a hunt located Endeavoring to this size; but this matter has been only
Fort Lauderdale get the out he could and the latter heard the from
dispatch says:- negro not, warning
ing ten thousand barrels, which him, bringing him down with a rifle successfully settled and the work will
John Clifton, town marshal of Lania, finally set fire to the place. The his assistant in time to fire first. The .
should produce at least fifty thousand after the dog had alarmed him in his begin as stated. The dipping vat for
a few miles south of this point, was The hideis negr odid not come out, having failedto negro was instantly killed. An, it- !
barrels of oysters within the next two haunts in te dense growths. cattle passing out of the State E
I shot and instantly killed by a negro a beautiful mottled one and will stop there, as the young man will be one of the largest and most quest was held Sunday by Coroner
years. named Ben Walker at the late hour thought he had. Others Sumter of the verdict be- '
beretained as a trophy of the chase. coming up i modern in the South, and will take Pcmpano, .
,T. E. Wolfe,, a car 'inspector for j. last night. The murderer immediately -Tarpon Springs Progressive.Mr. were told to stop where they were, care of the large shipments which are ing that Goudine had been shot ii

the Seaboard railway, was killed in escaped to the woods, where he is and one of the negroes was shot. promised for this coming season.- the discharge of the officer's duty.

the yeards at Plant City Friday afternoon believed to be in hiding. Sheriff Dan W. 0. Richtman, superintendent The latter died. It is said the young Times-Union. On the dead man's person was found

Wolfe was under a car on Hardie was early on the scene and a of the Satsuma Company's mam- man who did the shooting has disap- $75.90 in cash, one dollar of which

the side track when a switch en- posse has been scouring the woodsall moth camphor farm at Satsuma peared. He stated immediately after i. J. R. Davis is breaking all records bore the number of the dollar that u

gine pushed the car and he was dragged day in the effort to locate the mur- Heights, this county, while in the city the affray that several negroes at- in the truck business this season. had been used when the incriminating -

some distance and his head almost derer. Clifton was about to place the this week informed the News that the tacked him and that he used the gun From January 27th to February 27th whiskey was bought on Saturday -

severed from his body. Mr. negro under arrest on charge. of company had gotten through with the in self defense.-Monticello News. he shipped thirty-eight cars of cab- night.-Tropical Sun. ,


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Backs are AchingBackache Breed Kidney Ills : -


4 Chilly damp changing weather is hard on, the kidneys. "
is often the first sign of some form of kidney ,

disease that has been coming on for months. Look for the Even more irritating are colds, grip, pneumonia, tonsolitis, 1

other signsj-lame back, sharp pains when stooping or lift- quinsy and other infections. The kidneys get congested, i

with irregu and inflamed, and this causes backache and disordered
ing, dizzy spells, nervousness or despondency,
lar, painful or distressing action of the kidneys; if these .r- aS kidney action. Though serious in its latter stages, ki ney t j jI r

disease is not hard to conquer if a good kidney remedy is
signs exist, decide that the kidneys need attention, ere the' ;

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Starke, says: "I suffered Starke, says: "I was annoyed stantly from backache and distressing kidney weak- "Kidney trouble caused me Starke, says: "Weakness of i

pains through my loins. I ness and my back ached near- almost constant suffering. I the kidneys annoyed me and
from lame and
intensely a by attacks of kidney complaint rested poorly and when I got ly all the time. At night I had backache and pains I: also had a lame back, together i

aching back and couldn't up in the morning, I was so couldn't rest comfortably, through my loins and in the with pains in my loins. t
I had dull back- lame and sore that I could and in the morning when I morning I felt tired and worn I used Doan's Kidney Pillsas

stoop or lift, in fact, was hardly get about. When I got up, my back was lame out I couldn't lift without directed and willingly
recommend them in
aches and was miserable in read about Doan's Kidney and weak. Doan's Kidney having sharp twinges, and I for the relief I
hardly able, to get around. great they.
Pills, I procured a box from Pills, procured at the Starke knew that my kidneys were brought" it

My kidneys didn't do their every way. Doan's Kidney the Starke Drug Co., (now Drug Co., (now Mitchell's out of order. Doan's Kidney

Mitchell's Store and Drug Store), removed these Pills, which I got from the
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work regularly, and I had Starke CALL STREETMrs.
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headache and other symptomsof plaint and I have since en-
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kidney trouble. Finally, I My health is greatly improved joyed good health. I can other medicine I ever took. E. E. Wills, Call St,
confirm my former endorse- They strengthened my back, Starke, says: "I was suffer-
recommend them in return from the
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am now enjoying so
two boxes of Doan's
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again endorse Doan's Kidney the fact known that Pills to relieve me. I have
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Iradford County Telegraph LEI' US REASON TOGETHERWe their' loyalty and support. cost only POLITICAL '4 .

; ,want to have a little heart-to- $1.50 a year or less than 3 cents'a ftDnonncementB ANNOUNCEMENTS.Political not exceeding one. SEABOARD TIME TABLE : f I1I11III- I t III Ii 111'fit

'.' heart talk with our subscribers in week. inch in length will be printed under thin On and after Sunday, January4, + CHURCHES ?
Local sad Long Distance Phone beading for the uniform price of five dollars I 1914 trains will as follows 4
reference to the increased subscription in advance run : + .
Number 40 ++J + HHIUIBaptist.. f. ,i.
.. price of the I No. ;
Telegraph. wantto COUNTY POOR FARMAt Jacksonville to Tampa, due '
reason with you. We want to look the TAX COLLECTOR. at Starke 11:d2 a. m. -
regular meeting of the boardof I
: Published weekly, and entered as you straight in the eye and tell youa county commissioners on Monday, for re-election hereby announce to the that office I of aai Tax a candidate Collector No. 1, Jacksonville to Tampa, duet Rev. C. M. Britton, pastor St

' : eeond class matter, at. the. post-office few facts which you can't' dodge nor March 2, the following resolution was all for Democratic Bradford county electors., and I solicit promise the, if vote elected of, Starke, 11:14 p.m. day school 9:45, a. m. Morning leiJI I.

; at Starke, Florida. deny. The majority of our subscribers introduced by Commissioner C. A. to discharge the duties of the office faithfully. No. 15, Jacksonville to Cedar K!y, I vice, 11 o'clock evening 1.-
understand the situation thoroughly Roberts B. M. DOWLING. : o'clock. Visitors cordially invited
: at Starke 3:10 p.m. y
U KL S. Matthews, Editor and OwnerF. and acknowledge the necessity of worship with us.

t E. Rabbins, ___ Associate Editor, our asking more for the Telegraph. "Whereas, Paupers of this county FOR TAX COLLECTOR No. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville, due. EpiscopalRev.
have become such a burden upon the I take thia manner of announcing my candi at Starke, 2:37 p.m.
aid Bas sa Manager However, there are a few of our subscribers dacy for the office of Tax Collector of Brad E. A. Sherrod
; who think a dollar a year is taxpayers, and the expense of main- ford County subject to the Democratic Primary No. 2)/Tampa) to.Jacksonville, due ,. rector, Sv.

"4 Starke. Florida. Friday, March 20,1914 enough for any paper and they ado taining them from month to month is of in the June electors, and at earnestly same I solicit pledge the prompt support at Starke, 4:54 a.m. vices first Sunday in everyChristian. mOl

t not Seem to-.be willing to pay more. monthly increasing, and'it appearing and efficient. service if* elected.E. R. POPPELL. I No. 14, Cedar Key to Jacksonville, .

It is to these few that we particularly to this Board that it would be due at Starke 7:45 a.m. Rev. John Mullady pastor. Se,
The fool-killer never worries about desire to offer the advisable and a great saving of es at 3 p. m. first and third Sun&b I
reasons FOR TAX Starke and Wannee Brach.
his job. COLLECTOR of the month.
d times or losing for
this Board to and
money, purchase I am a candidate for
for raising the yearly price of the the off ee of Tax Col- ]
f E. j lector of Bradford No. 101 leaves Starke 5:45
maintain a farm to be known 'as a County Florida and respectfully a.m. Presbyterian
1 The more worthless a man is the Telegraph to $1.50. "Poor Farm" where all of the said the primary solicit election the on support the 2nd of the day voters of June at, No. 104 arrives at Starke 2:30 p.m. No J

'+ . more his poor loyal wife brags on When one dollar was generally paupers may have a home and be 1914. If elected I promise faithful and effi- Seaboard Limited Trains 9 and 10 at 10 regular a. m. pastor. Sunday std
service with due regard to the welfareof
adopted standard
as price for
I Mm. maintained, therefore, be it all citizens and tax p .yere. No. 9, Jacksonville to Tampa, 'dus ,
country weekly'ntwspapers, a country Respectfully, G. W. ALDERMAN Methodist.

? r Everybody should have a hobby to weekly paper could be profitably "Resolved, by this Board that they at Starke 12:51 p.m. Re?. B. T. Rape, pastor. SuudiJ _

h ride, hut nobody should be ridden bya published for one dollar a year. Why? purchase a farm and all other neces- FOR COUNTY TREASURER.I No. 10, Tampa to Jacksonville, due school at 9:45, a. m. Morning ai,
Because everything else at that time sary things for the furnishing and hereby announce myself a candidate for vice at 11 o'clock evening
hobby. I the democratic nomination for the office of at Starke 6:10 p.m. ;
I was priced proportionately and .the maintaining of said farm, to be known County treasurer of Bradford county, Florida o'clock. Visitors cordially
AS the "Bradford County Poor Farm," subject to the action of the white democratic T. J. GRIFFIN, Agent attend.Youcan. serviee.W
.. It is better to be a big man in .a standard size of the country weekly voters at the next primary election. I solicit
then four said farm and all other necessary the support of every voter of the county and .."
was whereas it -
little town than a little man in a big pages,< now
promise faithful
you if elected.
things for the of
maintaining same,
is almost
town. invariably eight pages... T. F. RIVERS.
Blank to be the property of Bradford county;
news paper was fifty per cent. :
and that as soon as said farm is
than it is
Society women are slashing their cheaper now. good FOR COUNTY TREASURER. .
purchased and arranged so said paup- I hereby announce that I am a candidatefor
could be ,
slash- country printer employedthen \
-r, dresses and the suffragettes are nomination for the office of county treas-
for nine dollars week. Now ers can live on same that all of the of Bradford :
idt pictures. a a urer county subject to the actionof t
t country printer must be paid at least paupers of said county, be placed on election.the democratic I solicit voters the at support the next of primary all the ,

Villa he would rather be dead fifteen dollars a weel In the good said farm and maintained by said democratic electors in the county and promise .
says and that all who if elected to discharge the duties of the office ,
county, refuse -
h' : fban not !be president and he is liablet bid days the foreman in the country faithfully.
shop received twelve dollars week. to live on said farm be denied. W. W. ROBERTS. soon I,
t- be both a
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The same foreman today demands help from said county. = jJ }

t The St. Augustine Evening Record I eighteen dollars a week.. Consideration of the resolution was hereby FOR announce COUNTY myself TREASURERI for the office of ) :.i I '
I deferred until the next meeting of the County Treasurer and solicit the votes of the J Ie I
celebrated St. Patrick's Day by comb Moreover when the dollarayearrate Democrats at the coming primary. .If elected f !
ing out in green ink. was established, the publisher Board. There is a growing sentiment I promise to faithfully discharge my duty.J. I, / "' \ t
throughout the county in favor of the M. BROWNLEE.FOR \ '-/ \ 'I .J
could buy of the farmer who now w\ r 2.///1 1 w1Ilt ',

s-, Many people think they can run a objects to paying more than a dollar step contemplated in the resolution.The COUNTY TREASURERI l':1-f: .: 11! 'i

rewspaper. Some of them try it and for his home paper the biggest chicken cost of helping the needy poor hereby anounce myself, a candidate dor U "J'h::.: -- ; f.\.
1 the office of County Treasurer of Bradford .
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then they think they can't. under the present pension system is I __: :--- 7r.J..v
I on the plantation for twenty-five County and respectfully sol cit the supportof .oY\t / -";,. _-" -.L ; : .}'
1 becoming burdensome to the taxpayers the voters of Bradford county, and promiseif r ; -: !: ilfrlf!
cents, a eggs ten cents, a elected to faithfully discharge the duties of A. t
f An advertisement says, "What soprecious and is the of much complaintfrom 11- /J :=:4Jtha '
pound of butter for ten cents, fresh cause the office. G. ft' : \ \ f
? Two G. W. HAZEN t'o = .
healthy baby
as a
pork for four or five cents a pound, many quarters. The poor arc : 't.-tR!= gSri: :===4r' f\I..1.t! :'-
fir more healthly babies. and other products of the farm at always with us and it is our Chris- FOR COUNTY TREASURER '::::#JtJJ !

low tion duty to take care of them, but it I hereby announce myself a candidate for 11
prices. Today
The letters I. W. W, stand for "1 the office of County Treasurer and solicit the
1 the same farmer comes to the news is: also our d' ty to ourselves to take support of the Democratic voters at the com-
Won'tVork, according to a bright landifyou
ing primary.
t of them in the most economicalway
paragrapher.-Tampa Tribune. paper man and demands 50, 60 and J.VERNON JONES
75 cents for his chickens, 20 cents in consistent with the welfare of :

,'... Why don't people attend: church? the summer and 30 cents or more in the poor them:l\'es. hereby FOR announce COUNTY myself COMMISSIONERI as a candidate for

Beaus! they don't want'to.. Why the winter for eggs, at least 33 or At present the monthly allowancefor I the office of County Commisioner for District
I No. 2 Lake Butler before the Democratic save your money
the maintainanee of the of
don't they want to? There's the rub. 40 cents for butter and 10 cents a poor Primary in June. I believe in lower tax mil-
pound wholesale for fresh pork. Whyis the county is slightly in excess of lape and careful management and if elected ,i
will endeavor to have the county put on cash
The devil is not always as bla.-k as the farmer's produce worth twiceas $240 a month, or, in round numbers, basis and discharge all my duties faithfully. i

ho is painted neither are angels always much as it- used to be, and whyis nearly $3,000 a year, with a prospectof R. J ..ANDREWSFOR S 1I I

as. bright as they are pictured. the newspaper which costs the pub- a constant increase. COUNTY COMMISSIONERI We help those who :

lisher twice as much as it used to cost The idea of a poor farm offers the hereby announce myself as a Band:date for help themselves /
... Have noticed that many re-election to the office >>f County Commissioner -
ever solution of the The
you riot worth 50 per cent more than it only problem. from District No. 3 and solicit the support ,
ef the really best men and women in was when the old rate was established initial expense would be considerable, of all the Democratic electors in the

1 tile world are seldom mentioned in ? Why should not the farmer payus but it means economy in the end. county. S. T. DOWLING. J

the ? Once established the farm if IT WILL be
newipaprs fifty per cent. more for our paperif properly easy to pur
managed/could be made practically
we pay him a hundred per cent hereby announce myself as a candidate for
the human voice will
"Marcori says more for the products of the farm? self-sustaining. Many of the inmates the office of County Commissioner to repre- chase that land house or farm
-, T.3on: be heard across the Atlantic.oV1ly sent District No. 6, and respectfully solicit the you
'1' It is a very thoughtless or a very un- who outside could not earn a liveli- votes of all Democratic electors at the coming
arcund\\ not the, when world a shot is often heard reasonable man who can ask us to hood or could not obtain employmenton faithfully prmary election.discharge my If elected duty. I promise to have been thinking about, if you open an :

I pay him twice as much,as we used to account of their age or other in- ( J. L. UNDERHILL account at this bank and show us that are ableto

I Mexicans -k' with pay for what he has to sell and then firmities, could perform much' of the .you
abuzz COUNTY COMMISSIONERI handle yourself and finances. We will
work of the institution. your help :
object to paying us 50 cent more necessary
saw when they cross the international per hereby announce my candidacy for the
ii j line and commit outrages on than he used to pay for somethingthat Many who are now receiving aid from office county of to county represent commissioner District No.2.of Bradford and you. Come in and talk it over. :

4I I 'Uncle Sam's territory. costs us 100 per cent more to the county have too much pride to go promise to serve the people faithfully if

.1 produce.> It's a poor rule that won't I to the poor farm and would eke out elected. J. B. CREWS. -
I I .1'The Tarpon Springs Progressivesays work both ways. I an existence in some other way.

St. Petersburg is satisfied withttrec We have to pay our printers more Family pride would prevent many I hereby MEMBER announce SCHOOL myself as BOARD a candidate' for Bradford County Bank

saloons and Tarpon Springs with to enable the mto buy the highpriced people from allowing their poor rela- member of Board of Public Instruction from

I .. 'two.. Starke is satisfied with none. produce from the farms with whichto tions to go to the poor farm and they coming District primary No.3. subject and solicit to the the support action of of the all Established 1889 1

: \ would provide means of living for Democratic electors. .
feed their families. If the printeris !t'
N. T. Hitch Pre. W. T. Weeks
\ More: vonien than men seek di- a single 'man, it costs him twice as them. On the whole, the poor farm CHESLEY FOGG. VicEtr4a. E..P. Duncan Caahie'21!

1\. I vorces. It is surprising that as few much for board and lodging as it did would be a great advantage to the MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD 'j 4.t

$ ; women seek divorces as do, considering in the good old days of yore, and his county in many ways. Fewer per- I wish to announce my candidacy for memberof I .

- I. : how many disreputable- husbands wages must be increased accordingly.The sons would have to be cared for and Board Democratic of Public primary Instruction election before from the coming District '- _: _

\ ; .,. there are. cost of living has increased it would cost less for each. Every No.electors.2. and solicit the votes of all Democratic

1'1 I"' along other lines. The grocer makes I inmate would be sure of an abundance N. H. STOKES.
Certain indubitable signs of springhave I of food clothes and
the man twice as much ?
newspaper pay
appeared One of them is the i FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD
shelter and medical attention and
for everything he eats as he paid I
wish to announce that I am a candidatefor
t fact that the hoboes, beggars, cripples nursing in case of need. Furthermore, member of the loan of public instruction Ii
who Starke years ago. for District No. 2, and I '
i and fckirs pass through respectfully sol cit
medical ward
Now, how can a newspaper man a or hospital the support of the voters at the coming elec
new are headed north. spend twice as much'as he did years attached to the institution for the tion.discharge. June of 2. my and duty.promise' if elected a faithful 9Q Ob o

the income of treatment and cure of victims of J. :
The man who is born in Florida ago without increasing E. DOUGLASS. ?
alcoholism and the drug habit and
j deserves very little credit for being years ago? FOR REPRESENTATIVE .'lf.
Here, but the man who is born elsewhere The principal excuse offered for not other nervous maladies. Many indigent -' I hereby anounce myself a cand'date for (I' .
r f here wanting to pay more than one dollara persons, who are afflicted with re-election to the House of Representatives for ,,"
and voluntarily comes Bradford County and solicit the support of the o
I Lows good judgment. year for the home paper is that the infectious and loathsome diseases, Democratic voters in the coming election and

subscription price of city weeklies, could be received and cared for at the i duties faithfully encumbent promise upon if elected. to discharge the

I t I I When the present secretary of the semi-weeklies and tri-weeklies is only poor farm hospital and thus. cease I me.A. D. ANDREWS.FOR .

I j treasury was appointed the para- one dollar a year. We admit this, and to be a menace to the health of the

tl graphers asked, "What will McAdoo?" we admit further that these publica- community at large. tOne I hereby announce REPRESENTATIVE my candidacy for the

i lIe is going to cinch his job by marry- tions are cheap at that price, but- -- office Florida of subject Representative to the will from of Bradford the Democratic County a '

; I jn:. the president's daughter. The publishers of these city week- man asked another at the depotthe electors in the June primary the support of r

4 J lies take money out of our community, other day whether the railroad be whom faithful I respectfully to the trust solicit reposed and in I promise me should to ,

.,.- The publisher of a newspaper, if he but they never send a dollar back. company or the express company was I be elected.

: I &cs justice to the business, is sucha They are not interested in us further putting up the roof over the north end JOE HILL WILLIAMS. I

I I busy man. that he often wonders than tc get the subscription money of the platform and a railroad em- COUNTY COMMISSIONER ,. .

j whether he owns the business or for trdr! papers. They don't pay a ployee interrupted by saying, "The the I hereby o'Cce! announce of county myself commissioner as a candidate of Brad-for
utether the business owns him. cent of tastes Here to help educate railroad, of course. Did you ever see ford county from District No. 5, and respectfully -
i solicit the support of all
our children' or support our local in- the express company put up any voters. If elected I shall do my full duty.
The lazy days are coming-the stitutions. You never see their names thing?" A bystander aptly remarked D. W. Pl IOLSTER.

I t spring fever days-hookworm daysT.ben among the subscribers to charitable that he had seen the express com .
editor in the state will FOR TAX ASSESSOR
every objects here.. They don't even print pany put up rates. To the citizens of Bradford County-I announce
'wlih he had received a full-grown In fact myself a car didate for the office: of
from this
gsr of scissors fora Christmas gift. any Assessor of Taxes. Assuring you of my very
t. all the interest: they have in us is to Baker county has a new piper, the fonfidencetso great appreciation for the loyal support and ,,
i cheerfully given me in the past
t A mann died lately who had lived in get our money. Baker County Times, edited and own- and pledging myself to a continuance of faith-

PoEsacola 114 years. iA man who The old home paper mentions it ed by A very G. Powell, the first copy your ful serv'ees.votes in if the re-elected primary, I election respectfully to be solicit held stt.

I I I could live in Pensacola that long when you are born, says good things of which reached this o.lice last week. June 2. 1914|
Very .
I t cold: have beaten old Methuselah's about you (if there is anything to Mr. Powell says in an announcementon respectfully N. D. ,WAINRIGHT.FOR ; 9

'I Krord in any town in this section ofi say, chronicles your marriage and the first page that the Times has

Florida. the birth of your children and prints come to stay and that its aim will beta I hereby announce COUNTY myself TREASURER as a candidate

your obituary after you are dead. It push Baker county to the front. far County Treasurer of Bradford County

t o The citizens of Jacksonville are takes a personal, neighborly interestin subject election aM to the solcit action the tries of the of all June Democratic primary -I "

/ I I r thoroughbred: bQ(':ters. If you ask you all through your life and triesto A gentleman has requested us to electors.the duties If of eketed the office.1 will faithfully discharge r

r I one of then boat the location of any make people believe you have gone ask why members of the School and : O. B. GORDON. 160-__:;.. .

town in the state he will tell you thais t to heaven after you are d ad. It says Civic Club should buy provisions on

ft a certain number of miles from all the good things about and omits Sunday when they so strenuously oppose NOTICE. HULL'S DEPARTMENT STORE. ;
Jacksonville.XVhen any mention< of the bad unless Notice :
youget the opening of stores and. the is hereby given that the .
too bad. sale: of goods on Sunday. legistration Books will be open at the -' -

J, he was a little boy hoeing po- The home paper is loyal to the -. Court House in Starke, Florida, for HORTICULTURAL SOCIETYThe ANNUAL MILITARY, BALL
tatoe3 for 35 cents a day John D.
neighborhood in which it is
I i publihsed. Ben Tillman the purpose of registering for the twenty-seventh annual meeting The annual beheld
1 thinks because he has (jnilitary ball will j
Eackefeller figured that if be saved
a ; It boosts
A l I everything and everybody been gluttonous Primary Election to be held on June of the Florida State Horticultural at the aijnory Wednesday
and loaned it enough to ruin his! on
certain at interest. '
sum that deserves boosting. It keeps you health that the whole 6, 1914, from the 15th day of March Society will be held in Palatka, be- evening April S, immediately follow
senate is in .
it would be equhalent to
in touch with everything worth while.It danger of until the 15th day of ApriLE. ginning April 28 and closing Friday, ing the inspection
of Co.uE"
eating itself to bytiej
kelping him to hoe potatoes. He has is the champion of and ...
every goods C. Croft May-1.Wire.
made and
a speech the national! a>
on as
fallowed that idea until now he h subject last 'di
; cause. It is the friend of the people Mch. 6-4t .
week. Supervisor
the whole United States .I Registration nounced elsewhere in the Telegrapli. ,
I practically and the people ought to be loyal and fencing for field and pasture ;. "
6 Boeing: potatoes for him, so to speak. friendly toward it a
especially still
when Telegraph going. Prices and quality talk We
I J I $1.50 a year have your number in atDover's
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, ';. ",. Shoes, Clothing"::A good 4ine to' LOWE-MIXON GROWERS, ASSOCIATION 4 } s
; select from. Fine line of Men's hats, Blood In the beautiful Town of Starke, in The Starke Fruit Growers still
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t seasonable. Just arrived. Come in Bradford .county, Fla., on March 15, good. March 1st ,to. 17th 7,662 quarts .. a$ .
I of LocalInformation and see them. is Responsiblefor 1914 occurred a very quiet but beautiful -f were, shipped, which, .rlJ\\ fe\?-exceptions i

f Hull's Department Store. wedding at the home of, Mr. and I those heard from net dn;eJCcecs '
much sickness and suffering
is Mrs. C. A. Mixon, when. the' amiable of $6.00 per crate. This shows what s
; Complete new. line of laces,
emI because its determines
,', I quality: daughter of C..A. Mixon was united' combined' ,' efforts, pan 'accomplish.
broideries, silk, rattine and spring our resistive Credit is due the.Growers Association .
c.,1'f6IrtI Ome ?...U. '...luu teal power. in holy wedlock to Mr. H. Lowe, one .
T.ytw. 1ft g.. C..o eMT.... dress goods, all colors, patterns and With poor blood we are languid for the extra covered improvement at

prices at Leviton's. I susceptible to colds, lack i I of Tampa's highly respected young the depot secured. ingle I. handed ef

.,. II Apalachicola oysters. J. F. Kick- natural energy and ambition, men.The forts failed combined efforts won. If
nuptial knot was tied 5:30 every farmer would !hake the Florida i.
Mrs. W. A.-CoUey was a Rev. E. C. Bostick will preach at liter. i i i and the gradual decline of Growers' News his position would ad-
o'clock after which refreshments a
1 pjn., I
Lawtey 'Friday. the Baptist church Sunday morningand strength makes prompt and vance'from time to i time, instead of
', Messrs. J. E. Futch and A. V.Long were served by Mrs. C. A. Mixon,whoknows *
,'- Have evening, March 22. careful treatment necessary. remaining in the -same old rut: T. .
5. SUMMER your attended the meeting of the how to for such
Drugs or alcohol cannot make prepare oc advance/one must Investigate. By

_ > screened. Jones', Hardware. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn, of Hamp. I state democratic executive committeeat blood and must be"'avoided.SCOTT'S casions. The bride was dressed in a organization alone will victories be .

: A. G. Allen's minstrel show ton, attended the Thumb-Midgett wed- the Aragon Hotel in Jacksonville EMULSION is nature's beautiful gown of white messaline, gained.. To fight fog progress single
here night draped with cluny lace and'a beauti- '
ding Friday
Tuesday, March 24. Saturday. handed is like a contracting carpenter
grandest blood-maker becauseof
ful bunch of bride's roses. The '
doing all his work without help. He
dressed lumber at
Kiln dried $12
.. Rev. William F. Malphurs A. G. Allen's big minstrel show I its wholesome medical nourishment, was dressed in the customary black. advances so slowly' results. are never

at Theressa :Sunday. per thousand. Quigley Lumber & gets a big crowd everywhere becauseit SO carefully predigested that it assimilates At 11:30 that night they left for their noticed. Every we 1 meaning farmer '
t"' Supply Co. without taxing digestion and beautiful Tampa home to greet their
always pleases everybody, and it should put his shoulder to the wheel
Shoes at Leviton'a. '
Mrs. W. H. Miner spent the week- quickly increases the red corpusclesof many friends. and help accomplish that which has
will if it in Starke 'I
, ;. Mrs. J. H. Jones, of Elarbee end at the home of .her father, Mr. please you you see the blood, strengthens the organs The ceremony was performed by long been lost to him. Why not make

Mrs. 0. J. Griffin this week. E. J. Roberts, at Lawtey. Tuesday, March'24. and tissues and upbuilds the whole Rev. E. B. Clark, of High Springs. the Growers' Association of Starkean
t .
(,. Mrs. J. A. Howard, of Mrs. J. R. Williams, of Citra, was We handle checks for our customers' system. We are prepared to furnish you organization that will be a moving

j a visitor to Starke the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott on any bank, anywhere. Bring your Absolutely nothing compares with Screen Wire, ,black, galvanized and power of this'sction.;
Starke Association.
r. front Tuesday to Monday.Ladies' checks to us when you want to deposit -!'SCOTT'S EMULSION to purify and enrich copper, also Screen\ Doors and Win '
12 Telegraph, $1.50 year. the blood to overcome or avoid
hosiery 10 cents to $1.50 them or get the cash for them. any sizes. Quigley Lumber & To Care a Cold In One Day
anaemia. It is free from alcohol -
Mr. J. E. has totally Supply Co.Telegraph.
'11 Halligan Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine, It
stops the
all sizes and all colors at Dover'sStationery Bank of Starke. 3-20-2t
r barn 36x42 or opiates and your health demands Cough and Heioache and works oft the Cold.
: pleted a new
., Store. $1.50 Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. i
; The oldest, largest and most favor- the purity of SCOTT'S. per year. E. W. GROVE'S (iguatvf on each box. 25c. .}
9 Mr. Thomas R. Foster of i
"' Miss Carrie Amelia Ray spent the ably known minstrel show in the Scott: & fiowne.Bloomfield.K.J. 13-gS ---- --;- .:.....: ..=::.:.:::::::::::::::
? in Starke business
was on
Z '!> week-end in Gainesville as the guestof worldA.. G. Allen's big minstrel + 9999999999999999. . . . .
For 'dry goods. Leviton. friends at the White House.
|_ show- will be presented in Starke '+ ..

'i; Attorney T. G. Futch, New line of percales and ginghamsat under a big water-proof tent Tuesday ,+ FOR SALE AT REDUCEDPRICES + TIRESTIRESTIRESBuy

i Butler, was in Starke I Leviton's. + +
night March 24.
Y + One Waltham, 16 size, 15 ruby, +
'' | Born Saturday, March 14 Prof. A. C. Crews, principal of the If the "prophecisms" of the local + jewels 14k case used a short + Your Tires Direct At Lowest '

-; \ and Mrs. R. 0. Gnann, a high school at Island Grove, Fla., was + time One Elgin 18 +
$18.00. ,
's.,. business weather prognosticators are net at Prices. '
?' Senator A. Z. Adkins in Starke on Saturday.Miss + size 19 ruby jewels, in gold +
will have weather for
fault good
2.f ness trip to Jacksonville I Agnes Olson, of Chicago, Ill., !I we + settings, gold wheels, steel es- + By buying and contracting direct from the factoriesfor I

is the guest of her uncle and aunt some time, and that will mean plentyof + cape wheel, fully adjusted, + tires in large quantities for spot cash we are

\, ,. New line of spring Mr. and Mrs. Swanbom at Saxton. good berries, plenty of good money + $21.00. Two South Bend, 17 + ,
able offer them
to at
Leviton's.Mr. I and plenty of good times in this most + jewel 16 size, finely timed, in + a great money saving price

'I Preaching services will be conducted favored section. + 20-year cases, bosses, $15.00. + direct to the consumer. A saving of from 35 to60 .
T. R. Sweat
morning and evening at the Bap- + Diamonds reset, Opals re- + per cent
visited relative in Starke American wire fencing 24, 34, 46,
tist church by Rev. E. C. Bostick. + polished and bad "lucks" taken + When buy tires from full value anddon't
>8 inches. Hull's, Department Store. you us you get ,
Prof and Mrs. W. F. + off of them. One fine blue- +
I I j New shipment ,.of pants for men have to pay the dealer's profit, salesman'scommission
in Starke + white diamond 90-100 caret +
Hampton were and boys, just received at Leviton's.The Rev. Ernest House: preaching in and other high selling and overhead
I I I the Christian Church revival now in + deep and finely cut, .$185.00.A + ex-
\ Mr. J.PB Rutherford, of I! Southern Express Company is has announced that he will + few new 16 size gold filled + penses. We sell tires direct to consumer at jobbers .

was in Starke on business having the 'roof extended over the preach progress next Friday night on "Hell' + watches, accurate time keepers. + prices and YOU GET BIG VALUE AND EXACTLY -

Special prices in brocade north end of the depot platform. and that he will give a Bible descrip- + + WHAT YOU PAY FOR.

Leviton's. I r! Mrs. W. E. Middleton and children tion of Hell as well as showing the ++ CALL AT MINER'S ++ Shrewd auto owners compose our customers among

D. E. Knight of Hampton, and her sister, Mrs. W. certainty of Hell. This subject will them are bankers, merchants, lawyers, doctors,
Attorney ,, + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
business trip to Lake II. Gro\eland, were in Starke Friday. doubtless! attract a good con- planters and men in all lines who know values and

day. i I gregation and create considerable in- realize the advantage of buying direct
Very few shamrocks were worn terest.

Mrs. 0. C. Grimes of here on Tuesday in honor of St. During the past winter automobile month we"Secured
The best kind of a show in the excellent deals from the factories and offer +
the guest of Mr. and ) Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. some now our
world is a good minstrel show, and purchases at the following prices:

Uglow. i.I Fine line of boys' clothing at A. G. Allen's big minstrel show is the GALVANIZED WELLCURBINGis Among our tires are Diamond, Goodyear, Quaker, Nassau -

Screen Doors hung just Leviton's. best of its kind. Starke, Tuesday clean inexpensive and healthful.and keeps Light the and water easy Empire, Fisk and others of equal quality. f

Jones', Hardware.Bob i I Catholic services' will be held at March 24. to handle. Warranted to give satis- All Tires Guaranteed Fully Note These Prices Carefully

Hall has "come the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Jim Thomas, colored, of Lawtey, faction.QUIGLEY Call LUMBER or write& SUPPLY CO. TUBESSIZE

denies emphatically the Davis next Wednesday morning at 7 was haled before Judge Gardiner TIRE GRF.Y RED PJEUNER

is dead. I o'clock. Monday upon a charge of having 28x3 $ 7.20 1.65 1.90 1.35

I deadly weapons in his manual possession 30x3 7.80 1.95 2.2U 1.40 ,
Mr. Allen Kirkbride, of I Dr. J. C. Wills and family have without a license. He was 30x3 1-2 10.80 2.80 3.10 I 1.90
visitor to Starke- moved into the Liddon cottage on 31x3 1-2 11.00 2.90 3.20 i 1.95
was a A. Z. Adkins
defended by Attorney Telegraph $1.50 32x3 1.2 11.90 2.95 3.25 j 2.00
the corner of Walnut and Ninth per year. I
Sunday. lI"r I and was acquitted by the following 34d 1.2 12.40 3.00 3.30 2.05

Messrs. Clyde and Guy streets. jurors: J. R. Dover, foreman J. H.l, ++++++++++++++++++4 30x4 13.10 3.10 3.40 '. 2.30 ,
31x4 13.45 3.20 3.60
J. C. Manning, R. C. Hess, + + :
Jacksonville, were visitors American fence. If quality and not Roberts 32x4 13.70 335 380 240

Monday.The quantity counts you will buy American A. L. Chase, W. F. Edwards. ++ CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING ++ sad 14.80 3.50 3.90 2.45 t
34x4 16.80 3.60 .4 00 2.60
most complete line fence. Law prices. DeWitt C Transact your business by the bank +++*#+++++++++++*+* 35x4 17.25 3.75 420 ;' 2.70 ;

Jones. check If there is anything 36x4 17 85 3.90 4.25" : 2.80 lS4d
found system.
in Starke will be A
LOST-Bunch of keys on a ring. '
1.2 1800 4.80 5.10 1 3.40
Stationery Store. : Mr Frank Burnsed, a member of the about the system that you do not fully suitable reward will be paid to the 35x4 1-2 18.75 4.85 5.20 i 3 45

': Fernandina police department, visited understand we will be pleased to explain finder if delivered to L. W. Kick- 36x4 1-2 1945 4.90 5.30 i,360 f

Mrs. W. C. Wright f I 1 relatives and transacted business here it It costs you nothing to use liter, Starke, or sent to me by Sid 1-2 2150 5.10 5.40 3.70 .
Maxville, were visitors I the system. Check books are free. 36x5 2S 00 5.80 6.20 4.00
Tuesday.Sox I Thursday. 3-20-2t registered mail. F. G .Schell, Lake 37x5 24.00 5.90 635 4.20
Bank of Starke.
Strawberry crates cups and nails. Butler, Fla. Mar. 13-2t We can furnish all other sizes, non-skid 10 per cent higher.Our .
stockings and Prices the lowest Hul's DepartmentStore. Spring is here, so are the flies so
supplies of these tires U limited, so we advise eirly{ ordering. Remember
Dover's Store. FOR SALE-Top Buggy cost $75.00
'Mch. 6tf are the screens, at The- Quigley they are new dean, fresh, fully guaranteedgoods. All high
Mr. Green of Lumber & Supply Co. 3-13-tf and freight last year. Bargain grade good that will give best service i !
Harkley ,
/ Always good, but this year better price. Jay S. Brown 3-13-2t TERMS 5 per cent <.sen r t it full amount accompanies order. C O. D.
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. .han ever, A. G. Allen's big minstrel Last Saturday night about 9 o'clockour II upon receipt of 10 per cent of cost. Prompt shipments. Money return

and family. I show will be in Starke Tuesday, people were startled to learn FOR SALE-Two newly painted bicy- ed if unable to fill order. Send us trial order now.I 11

Mr. and Mrs. A. A. I March 24. that Bryant the 15-year old son of cles. Jay S. Brown. 3-13-2t TIRE FACTORIES SALES CO., Dayton,. Ohio 11
had been taken I
H. Andrews
Mr. W.
family, of Hampton, were % .laa 30-8. JJJ
Starke Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Rising of from this sphere by the Grim Reaper. FOR SALE-If taken at once good A.

... Starke and Mr. Simpler, of Philadelphia -I The interment was in Elsie cemeterylast work horse cheap. Jay S. Brown
Just received new stock Pa., spent Sunday with Mr. : Sunday. The deceased leaves a I 3-13-2t

for men, women and and Mrs. J. Uglow.D. large host of friends who sympathizewith
t. $+ .* *
Leviton's. contractor the family in their bereavementLake FOR SALE-One new Perfection Oil ; ., '. .i
C. Chase Jr. Starke Fla. -
No. Butler Times. Stove end one small gasoline stove. tj r."
Mrs. B. B. Gresham, of and builder. Day phone J. T. Quigley. 3-13-tf : ., .. /. Ji
visited Mrs. C. M. 1, night phone 86. Lock Box 231. Dr. E. 0. Taylor, of Boston, Mass., I'

family this week. Mch 6-5t. delivered three interesting and educa- I FOR SALE-50,000 strawberry run- 1 i -

Mr. F. II. Long is The Starke Telephone Company is tive lectures at the Baptist church ners at $1.80 per thousand. Thos. YOU ARE .
the in Sunday upon scientific temperance. Fla. Mch, 6-3t (.)
otherwise improving his replacing old telephone poles S. Foster, Lawtey, j' ;
in -
the subject
He did not approach
north Walnut street the town with new ones wherever new ,
the old-fashioned sentimental way, but SALE-Sound gentle, 9yearold -
ones are necessary. FOR Respectfully Invited to Attend the.
Mrs. F. A. Scott and discussed the question in a scientific, mare, about 1,000 pounds. Cheap :

Quigley spent Tuesday Everything in field and garden seed, sensible way and illustrated his remarks for cash or will trade for cattle.D. .

V. Jones at Hampton.Sox Florida peanuts, chufas, velvet beans, by chemical tests and experi- R. Edwards, Starke. Mch 6-4t SPRING MILLINERY OPENING
peas. Garden seed in bulk and in ments, and those who did not attend ;

from 5 cents up. small packages. Hull's DepartmentStore. the lectures missed something worth FOR SALE-40 acres good land, < ,
tionery Store. Mch. 6-tf f
hearing. quarter mile south of Theressa OF. ;: '. '

Mrs. J. M. M Murrhee of A. G. Allen's big minstrel show We are in the boosting business and postoffice right on railroad at a t it '

came to Starke Sunday will appear in Starke under>mammoth have no time to knock our competitors. bargain. Bradford County AbstractCo. t HENDRIX & PAYNE \

visit with friends here. water-proof canvas theater Good goods, good service and ., Starke Fla. Mar. 13 tf :( "

.. Mr. J. T. was Tuesday, March 24. good will to all is our motto. Quigley ----
C and 4
Lumber & Supply Co. FOR SALE-Choice building lot on Tuesday Wednesday \
and the towns between here You will see by the many bills West Madison street, size 70 x 214; i

on business! Wednesday.We scattered around that A. G. Allen's Mr. and Mrs.. Fred F. Muller, and price $350. E. S. Matthews. .

screen the right big minstrel show will be in Starke two children, of Atlanta, Ga., are I '. March 24-25 !
Commercial Hotel is our :Tuesday, March 24. Go to itt guests at the Sparkman House. Mr. FOR SALE-Ford Runabout. .
FixtureCo. Newly painted. Good condition. "
t tract on screening. Jones', High quality and low prices. The Muller represents the Muller DEWITT JONES, t. : T .. -
of Atlanta, and is here installingnew 1914 ; :
best in harware. DeWitt C. Jones. Starke, Fla. I r !
Deafness Cannot Be fixtures for the Bank of Starke ,. ... .. .

t>7 local applications as i' Mrs. J. I. Green and little daughter, and remodeling the whole interior of "OR SALE CHEAP-One secondhand i.i 0 i

each the diseased portion :Miss: Jessie May, and Miss Anna the building. An awning will be I 4- horse power gasoline engine Gi tiT

There ud that is only is by one way to !!.. ;Porter, of Hampton, spent Tuesday placed in front of the bank, and with in first-class condition. Quig- tt Rear of A. A. Wainrighi's Store : ti
Deafness is caused by an with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Dover. these improvements., the Bank of ;
tion of the mucous lining of .- ley Lumber & Supply Co. t Cor. Call and Walnut Streets :
chian Tube. When this tube Starke will be one of the most modern .r .
You have a rumbling sound Neckwear The very finest assort- establish- '

>Deafness earing and is the when result it is and -. ment seen in Starke. Silk, Velvets, and ments convenient in the South.FurnishingsThat banking. W some A purchasers good farms on or liberal renters terms.D. for. I _. Starke, Florida.I. i
"animation .
can be taken Washable. Some beauties. See our .
1 tube restored to its E. KNIGHT. Starke. 12-26 tf. -
bearing will be destroyed window. Hull's Department Store. is one line that t .: ;

ales out is of ten are caused .- we can truly say that we not only FOR. SALE-150 bushels of choice / ,1
jrhlch nothing but an
Bank of Starke is conductingits
Uon of the surfaces. The the the selection ; 'i"'i"I
mucous have the goods, :
seed of the improved '
short cotton -
will pre One Ilnndnxl Dollars pigntoot 'b\kjn : business temporarily in at : .
have the right goods t I "
rinsed by catarrh)% & I but we to N. G. 7M
HalllCtUnliCcra, for F. Kic' liter while theirhuildirg Peterson variety. Apply
he store of J. Hull's +$+ t-$ $.1" "i.tu
the right price. ,
I'.Y.l"IlOBY. 00 Hayes, Brooker, Fla. Feb. 20-4t
is extensive im- :
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eggs'produced constitute merely a byproduct i NOTICE OF ELECTION ORDER OF PUBLICATION

.PRACTICALTALKS of the general farm I The Board of. Public Instruction of Bradford U the Circuit Court 8th Jididal Ortalt.: H. C. RICHARD
County by the power vested in them
The department of, agriculture has under Section 91., Article 406 of the School Bradford Cutr. Florida

placed the annual Ions due to improper Laws of Flor da hereby order an election to Bradford County Bank, a Corporation.

handling of at $4.:.< UMXKi. and It be held for Boat Drain Special Tax Diatrict VS .
? eggs No. 7 on the 10th day of April. 1914. at Boat General Insurance "Cured"Mn.JayMcGee.dSteph
.: .BY GOVERNMENT has been stated that lu Kansas alone Drain school house, for electing three trustees W. J. Hillnan Company. a corporation, ct al

> the value of the egg product would IK and to determine the number of mills to be Bill U Rae Cloud and Quiet Title
c assessed. To AU Whom It Mar Conan Greeting:
increased Jl.OOo.UOO annually if proper Managers of election. Manning Griffis. Steve It appearing by the sworn bill of complaint -

care were taken of the product by the Carter. Ferry Newsom. in the above entitled cause that there are persona writes "For
FARM EXPERTS farmer and menbantOn F. G. Schell, Secy and Supt. of Schools. interested in the property described in I represent none bat FIRST-CLASS 'envlUe.Texas, :
Ik' [ Starke Fla.. March 2. 1914. 3-lS-Bt the said bill of compla nt and involved in nine ((9) years, I suffered with Y
many farms throughout the this aujt other than the known defendants.and companies and will be constantly on the womanly trouble. I had terrible .
and residences of such
that the
country the money derived from the
persons are unknown to the complaint and alert to promote your interests. headaches and pains in
sale of poultry and eggs; buys groceries Board of Public Instruction of Brad- that in the said bill relief a prayed against
'0. IV. Co-operation and and clothing for the entire family ford county by the power vested the in School them such unknown persons : antee courteous treatment to all pa&ronlA my back, etc. It seemed as i If
under Section 91. Article 406.
and the money from this source couldbe Laws of Florida, hereby orders an electionto Therefore it u. ordered that all herein-parties well written policy by a first-daw 1 would die, I suffered so. At

} Tips to Fruit Growers. substantially Increased by establishing be held for Thomas Special Tax DistretNo. : claiming an interest in the property thereof underG. last, I decided to try Cardui
n. after described part
or any
26. on the 10th day of April, 1914 at agent in a flrst-clase company sometimes -
,, t I Producing More t..s. a private trade with hotels and Thomas school house, for the election of W. Robonson. deceased late of Alachua the woman's tonic and it
M. Lewis or
Florida under Fred fir
County or of loss
restaurants. e three trustees and to determine the numberof otherwise and all parties claiming an inter- means in case helped me right away. The
mills be assessed.
In order that the farmer may sell' Managers to of election. J. H. Mattox. J. S. est in the property hereinafter described in the oranJ' Starke fit full treatment not only helpedme
part thereof lying and being H. C RICHARD
more eggs. better eggs and obtain a Pearce A .A. DouglassF. County of Bradford State of Florida. to-wit: but it cured me."
better price for them the department G. Schell. Secy. and Supt. Schools. NtJ. except 15 acres on East side of S.
Starke, Fla., March 2. 1914. S-lJ-St ,
bas Issued the following suggestions: : A. L. Ry in NE%, of Section 1 : N%. except TAKE ACardui
v Eta of NEV4 of NWVi and W% of NWK of
"", Improve your poultry stock. IN CIRCUIT COURT. 8TH JUDICIAL NE%. of Section2 ; Nye of NWV4 and NW%
$ Keep: one of the general purpose CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA of NE% of Section 12 ; N% of Lot 12. and
1 a breeds such as the Plymouth Rock. BRADFORD COUNTY. all of Lota 22. 23, 24. 27. 30. 31. 32. 83. 35.
y'rf BILL FOR DIVORCE. 36. 37, 38 of Section 14: Lot 34 of Section 15 COFFINS CASKETSAnd
Wyaudotte. Orpiiigton: or Rhode Island Neta Hobby, all! in Township 5 South Range 22 East do ,

I sr Itoo.Pro"lde. vs. appear to said bill of complaint on or before a Full Line ofUndertakers' ,
J. P. the 6th day of April 1914 the same beinga '
one clean dry. vermin free Hobby.NOTICE
: ; tfd I ; nest for four or five hens. for 12: consecutive
+ every THE STATE OF FLORIDA.To published once a week
Conclude all batching by J115 and J. P. Hobby Greeting: weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph, a Always on hand. The beet sex- The Woman's Tonic
It having been shown by affidavit that the weekly newspaper of general circulation In
r sell or confine male birds during the Defendant J. P. Hobby, non-resident of the said Bradford County, Florida. rice at the lowest prices. Special

remainder of the summer. State of Florida and the residence of said WITNESS the Honorable J. T. Wills attention to Telegraph Orders. Cardui helps women in time
Gather the Defendant is at Macon. Georgia and that Judge of the said Circuit Court. and also mJ'oltcial -
eggs once dally during said Defendant ia over the age of twenty-one signature as well as the seal of this of greatest need, because it ; '

Y ; ordinary times and twice dally during years. Court this the 31st day of December, 1913, at Registered Embalmer I contains ingsedients which act
; I' not or rainy weather. It ia therefore ordered considered and adjudged Starke. Florida. -- l
In ; that the said Defendant J. P. Hobbydo W. T. WEEKS specifically, yet gently, on the
summer place eggs as soon as I to the Complainant's Bill of Complaint Clerk Circuit Court
appear JONES
C. weakened
DeWITT womanly .
gathered in a cool. dry room. herein on or before the 23rd day of By R. A. Weeks. D. C.

Use all small or dirty eggs; at home. March. A.D. 1914. in default whereof a decree A. V. LONG Solicitors AND for J. E.Complainant FUTCH Successor to G. C. Livingston & Co. if you feel discouraged,
c' pro confesso will be entered against the saidJ. 1.9.13t out-ot-sorts unable to
Market frequently-twice a week. If P. Hobby. Starke Fla. blue, ,

: possible-during the summer.In It is further ordered that this notice be ORDER FOR PUBLICATION.In II do your household work, on

.'''. taking eggs to market protect published in the Bradford County Telegrapha Circuit Court. 8th Jud.eial; Circuit. Brad- I account of your condition, stop

t"'i ;... ;:" '+se'" '" them from the sun's rays. county newspaper, Florida published once each at Starke week for in Bradford five con- ford County, Florida. worrying and give Cardui a
v C. M. Alvarez Complainant
: 'lit
li'I".... ,,", > "" ':::':"!"/"":,.........,...'.-.......,..,S.. ... The department has also Issued the secutive weeks.IN vs. trial It has helped thousandsof
WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereuntoet Mrs. Florence E. Alvim
Cosmo Alvarez.
following suggestions to the
Oatt countrymerchant hand and affixed the seal of our women,-why not you ?
Official Newt Summary of Up to my et-al.
and cash buyer: '::7ircu Court on this the 11th day of Febru- Bill to remove clpud quiet title and correct For Weakness and Loss of AppetiteThe Try Cardui. E-71 ,
Matters Compiled by the United A.D. 1914. Old Standard general strengthening tonic
Candle all eggs and buy on the loss wry description in dcpd.
:f .f States Department of Agriculture.) W. T. WEEKS Clerk. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC drives out
off basis.
i By R. A. Weeks, D.C. GREETING: Malaria and builds up the system. A true tonic
: fruit Allow the farmer to see you candle \. Z. ADKINS. Sol. for Comp. It appearng by the sworn bill of complaint and lure Appetizer. For adults and children. 6Oc.I i iI
among the b-12-6t: in the above cause, that there lire
eggs; occasionally and return those
J w.3 CO-OI'KltATlON the disposing of persons interested in the property describedin
bas beeu carriedou rejected If be wishes them. NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE. this bill of Complaint, and involved in this
Pack suit other than the known defendants and
carefully in strong clean cases
Th'rty days after date the first publication of
with a relatively higb de- the names and residences of such persons I
or fillers s not ce I will apply to the Honorable Geo. in
and that
unknown to the complainant,
., rfee of success for a considerable i Do net In Gardiner, county judge of Bradford county ire such unknown
keep a musty cellar or said bill relief is prayed against RheumatismBlood
#'rida. for an order to sell at private sale.
+ Jujrth; : of time In some of the imporint near ail barrels or other odoriferous undivided One Eighth interest each of persons ;
Therefore, it is ordered that all parties
( fruit districts of tbe country. Ac- merchandise.Ship scoe Dale and Calista Demaria Alvarez "laiming an interest in the property hereinafter Poison f
nor heirs of Vascoe hares, deceased in
I' ,
; flbrding tu the department of agrtcul- daily during warm weather.To i to the following parcel of land situate described or any part thereof under,
T. llabenr. deceased. J. G. Alvarez Scrofula Malaria
j f. r Lure co-operative methods In selling the railroad officials the depart 'Bradford eounty, Florida and described as deceased Joseph or either of them or otherwise; and .

I, -oi "uit are gradually being extended. ment makes the following suggestions: ".wa m, the to-wit N.W."Orner! of S.W.14 of NEtf. ill parties claiming an interest in the property thereof PrP Skin Disease
hereinafter described or part
'llany fruit who are able to Provide a covered portion on station '0 Tr 6 S.R. 22 E. run S. 210 feet for any Bradford
growers lying and being in the City of Starke.
>'" o' beginning, then S., One degree
their orchards as to i>roAjce platform where cases of eggs can be '" MID County. State of Florida to-wit: Because it Purifies
1 manage: > feet,' thence E. 5'0: feet, thence N., 465 feet Epast and West by 50 feet North .
large; rroH of excellent fruit at a TM-e m nutcs West 810 feet, thence W. and South, bounded on South by land of E:
felt to point of beginning.
'. ifni mum cost fail to make their busl- Alta Alvarez Tohns. on East by Street on West by W
: line of SF:14 ofNW%. See. 28. Tp. 6. S. R.22 E.
'y' _ellS profitable or n.s profitable as the 2(1St.'TICF Oardian. of the above named minors. on North by land Jacob Johns in the City oftarke. READ WHAT NOTED PEOPLE BAT OF

<; do appear to the said Bill of Com-
insibiiUes admit. through failure to
'. nlaint on or before the 4th day of May. 1914.
1 disto.se of it It Is difficult In OF PPLTfMTTOV FOR TAX the same being a rule day of this court. of the Saraoash Con- ,
writes Rabbi Salomon
Texas :
properly DF.F.O UN )FR SECTION 8. OF And this order be published once a week for Dr. AlUredgc Regency e
of case for a fruit "It is the leading blood purifier rresatioB.writes: Had seven attacks of
1 CHAPTER 4'1'1'1. 12 consecutive weeks in Bradford County
Malarial fever lasting from week to ten
Ga..preecribeaIt a
grower wh-jse time and energies are FLORID. Telegraph, a weekly newspaper of general and with P.P.P. completely cured J. I days. I took your medicine as a forlorn
.,' taken up witb the details of produc- Vrrliv Notice is given that R. D. Clayton circulation published in said Bradford Ounty.Flor H. Davidson who bad suffered fifteen hope bat now ccof ess that 1>.K P. was
Rig bIB to so keep Informed with -chaser of Tax Certificates nmnbered re- 'da. h yean with blood poison and sores. a real benefit."
" UM'V 154. 156. 157 and 164 issued by the WITNESS the Honorable J. T. Wills judge
i, Jlgard: to market conditions and marC Collector of Bradford County. Flor'da of sa'd Circuit Court. and also my official IT WILL HELP YOU.. TOO-AT ALL DRUCCIST8-J.CO

feting methods as to enable him to h of said Certificates bearing date June signature i as well as the seal of this Court SAVANNAH GEORGIA! |
lnll. has filed said certificates in mye this the 3rd day of February! 1914 at Starke F. V. LIPPMAN ,
lisjiose or liU>> crop to tbe best advan- and has made application for Taxi Florida.W. .

It'i'.l' lige. It la .a* Important to meet the to issue in accordance w th law. T. Weeks. Clerk Circuit Court.
: By R. A. Weeks Deputy Clerk.A. .
'e pa'd Certificates embraces the follow
conditions fully .and euccessJully -
I .\ jfmrket lands in Bradford County Florida as- S. Crews, Solicitor for Claimant (L.S.) Xc
as It Lt to produce a good crop of rd at the date of the issuance of said Feb. 6-12t --...-- -- ,
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fruit to sell.I 'i fir a tea 'n the names and under the dates

I A relatively small number of com- rctnely: hereinafter. particularly set forth. NOTICE OF MEETING OF CREDITORSIn r. I a
tRTIFIC'TE the District Court of the United States
1 ts fruit growers are able to sell : NO. 154. embraces NVj of for the Southern District of Florida In

jerdal directly to the retailer. ''
this method of disposing of theTop assessed Hudson & Dominici. the matter of J. C. Crews. of Raiford.
'SRTJFIC'VTE NO. 156 embraces NWVi of Florida, in the County of Bradford district
baa boon carried on In a business- "4 See 14. Tp 8. S.R. 22 E. 40 acres as- aforesaid bankrupt

Ike manner it usually proves snccess4)1. ed oho P. PrattERTIFICATE Not'ce is hereby J! \en that on the 7th day AUTOMOBILE LIVERY SERVICE ;
NO. 157, embraces W% Sec of March. A.D.. 1914. the said J. C. Crews
) To meet the requirements. ,howver. Tn 8. S.R. 22 E. 320 acres assessed. was duly adjudged bankrupt and that the

It U necessary for fruit growers known. first meeting of his creditors will be held in STARKE, FLORIDA ,
W with the retailer nothing but 'ERTIFICATE NO. 164. embraces NW% the office of thp Clerk of saM Court in the ,
place N'W %. See 23 Tp 8, S.R. 22 E. 40 acres, Government Building in the City of Jackson-
.{ CJtst class material. and it is quite 1mArtant rssed Hudson & Dominic1. ville. Duval County, Florida on the 1st day RATES FOR ROAD TRIPS :
that, he should be able to furitLsb 'NLESS SAID CERTIFICATES shall be of April. A.D. 1914. at 10 o'clock a.m.. at i
BEST TABLE BOOS. teemed Tax Deed will is- which time said creditors attend
I according to law. : may prove
continuous supply In order that Hampton one $1.54 round trip'$2 two
a passenger ; passengers.
e thereon on the 16th day of March A.D. their clams, appoint a trustee examine the
the demands of the retailer's custom- stacked and see that the agent stacks I&w. bankrupt and transact such other business aa $2, round trip $3. Lawtey and Sampson City same rates as.

be met without Interruption. them there. T. WEEKS. may property come before said meeting.
+ may Clerk Circuit Court Bradford Co.. Fla. Jacksonville. Florida March 16. 1914. Hampton. Raiford one passenger $3, rcund trip $4; two passengers -

t Large Quantities of fruit are dteposefl Provide refrigeration for the eggs on b. 13-5t By R. A. Weeks. Deputy Clerk. CHAS. S. ADAMS Referee in bankruptcy. $1 round trip $5. Lake Butler one passenger $3.50.
of through commission merchants. local freights.
round trip $4.50; two passengers $4.50, round trip $6. AH otTer
x, this method does not always prove Where refrigerator cars are used on ORDER OF PUBLICATION U. S. DISTRICT COURT Southern Districtof

satisfactory for reasons which are ,variously local freights bee that the doors are i the Circuit Court 8th Judicial Circuit Florida. points proportionate rates. Special rates to parties. Cars'
Bradford County Florida. In the matter of J. H. Scarborough. Bank- handled careful drivers.
attributed to the system itself. kept closed when not loading.If Edward W. ManleyVS runt '

sometimes to the cannot be IN THE M&TTF.R OV PFTTTION FOR
%> the middleman, refrigeration supplied

p flrcnaser of the fruit and In some in- provide stock cars rather than box Bill W.to J.Rraove Hillman Cloud Company and Quiet eL aL Title I On this 13th FINAL day DicrnIARGE of March.: A.D. 1914. on Careful Attention to Repair Work I'

: cars for this purpose during the sum- "'Rrlinethe fnregoint. petit'cn.: it is orderedby
0 All Whom it May Concern Greeting:
furRushed the Court that hearing before said fonrt.
I It appearing by the sworn bill of complaint
at Jacksonville. in said District. at ten o'clock
c tile consideration. mer.When box cars are used for eggs do < the interested above entitled in the cause property that there described are perms inV in the ',,"-nonn. nd that notice thereof be I

I, Fruit growers are better organized. not allow freight which may hurt their said bill of complaint and involved in published newnnaner in printed the Bradford in said County District Telegraph and that --- ;

cad a larger proportion of them are quality. such as oil barrels, to be loaded ',is suit other than the known defendants, a ill known creditors and other persons in interest -

of association I in the id that the names and residences of such may appear at said time and place and .
members some co-operative same car. ersons are unknown to the complainant and show es'we if .iv the have why the
in the western fruit districts than i hat in the said bill relief is prayed against Di-ayer of said petitioner should not be grent-

fc other portions of the United" States. Cutting the Locust Tree. uch Therefore unknown it persons is ordered; that all parties ed.And its further ordered bv the Conrt. that SEEDSSpEDS
'; :here a' co-operative association Is 'aiming an interest in the property hereinter -
The department; of agriculture advises the Clerk shall send bv mail to all "nown

veil managed and the members are that the cutting; of the locust tree .: .described Robinson, or deceased any part late thereof o fAlacbua underW. creditors notice of said petition and this POTATOES, BEANS, TOMATOES. CUCUMBERS

>Icyal It has proved as a rule a satisI&ctory for nil purposes, including thinning operation 'ounty, Florida or otherwise; and all pares order, addressed as stated.to them at their places ofrvf.JHonco MELONS ETC Burt or 90 day Seed Oats. Selected

'l means of placing fruit on themarket ; claiming an interest in the property here- The Honorable Phydon M Call.
and for private commercial use. Witness:
after part thereof, lying Seed Field Corn Cow Field Peas Velvet Beans '
: described or any Judire of s"'d Court. and the seal thereoflit or ,
should l I'> dune lotwoen the first of Oc-
t. o-wit
: the 13th
Jac'""">vMe. in saM district on
-. Gradually the economic. Importance tober awl the last of March To de The South half of Sections one and two day o March, a. n. 1'11.4.EUGENE Chufas, Peanuts, Sorghum, Millet.
k{ .f careful picking and honestly grad- t the County of Bradford. State of Florida D. DODGE. Clerk. WRITE FOR OUR ILLUSTRATED
stroy the locust borers before they enter 1 Townshrip 5 South Range 22 East do ap- CATALOGUE.
r -; flag and packing fruit products is being the wood the removal of the bark ear to the sa'd' bill of complaint on or be- Mar 20-lt Reliable Seed for all crops. The oldest established and largest
..Yr and the effect of fruit so 'ore the 6th day of April. 1914 the same berg -
desirable the
J" from all portions of a rule day of this Court: and that this NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE seed house in Florida. :

: graded, and packed upon the consumer trunks of the trees fells is importantand ,rder be published once a week for 12 eon- -

R ; in bis Increased demands for fruit necessary. ecutive yeeks in the Bradford County Telegraph Notice is hereby given to eoncerned that DARBY & MARTIN .

fc large quantities at reasonable prices The Injury to the trees caused by a weekly newspaper of general cir- six months after date hereof I will present :J
I'k_ iilation in the said Bradford County. Flor- of the 206 East Bay St. Jacksonville Fla.
returns as administrator estate ,
fe being realised. Co-operation further mv l
the borers consists of wounds in the 'da.WITNESS of Sallie S. Chesser. late of Bradford 2

, 'f enables powers who produce fruit In bark and .sapwond which. If sufficient '"" p of gaid the Circuit Honorable Court. J.and T.also Wills my count,. Florida deceased and apply to the Feb 6tf. ,

,. ?: relatively small quantities to receive ly severe and repeated\ year after year official signature as well as the seal of this County Judge of Bradford County Florida

., the .advantage of shipments made in results in a worthless growth or the Court this the 31 day of December, 1913. at for my final discharge.Administrator J. D. BAXTER.

I fcrge quantities. death of the timber affected. The com Starke. Florida. W. T. WEEKS. of the Estate of Sallie S.

I" t Come co-operative associations ban- merclal value of the wood Is considerably Clerk Circuit Court Chesser deceased. : .

I I Vie a full line of fruit growers' sup- lessened by the worm boles By R. A. Weeks. D. C. Jan. 26m. ,
, ffles. which are furnished to the mem- The presence of the insects in injurious 1-9-lSt Solicitors for Complainant -

. I1 hrs at a minimum cost, .and through numbers is Indicated in the SHERIFF'S SALE -
.' that by and under
4 rarious activities such as the operation fall of the year by the frequencyof The robbery of diamond rings and virtue Notice of is that hereby certain given writ of Execution issuing

: : of fruit evaporators, fruit canneries the adults on the goldenrod flowers other gems to the value of at least out of and under the seal of the State Circuit of Favorite FertilizersARE .

' etc.. the business organization ,of and on the trees So extensive has Court in and for Bradford County A. D.
$5,000 from the residence of Col. E. Flor'da. bearing date of March 4th,
.. lIe association is kept constantly em- the damage of this pest been in some 1914 in that certain cause therein pending .
l.. :J ployed. This makes it possible to sections of the eastern states and the C. Long, 215 East Adams street, wherein O. L. Thomas is plaintiff and L. C. .

.;. .< trlng to bear upon the activities of middle west that it is now considered yesterday evening, was reported to doing Smith busines and B.under A. MeCubVns.the firm name late and partners style "' >

.1 file association the continuous services unprofitable to grow the tree for ei- the local police department last nightat of Smith & MeCnbbins are defendants. I. !: ,

N I I II f highly trained men. ther shade or Umber One Important about 8:30 o'clock and immediatelysome S.Florida B. Denmark.have levied as sheriff upon of ami Bradford will offer County.for >1-

:1J reason for holding this borer In check plan of retrieving the stolen sale to the highest and best bidder for cash on
is to prevent its extension Into the Monday. April 8. 1914. between the legal hoursof BEST
>I '. Getting More Egg*. far west and other sections which are articles and catching the guilty part- sale in front of the Courthouse in the City )

According to statistics of the United ies started in earnest. The theft was of Starke in Bradford County. Florida. all of .
at free from it follows
present the following described real estate as
. $Cites department of agriculture the Experiments have demonstrated that committed when the members of the to-wit: Commencing at the South-East Corner FOR ,
' :. products of the American hen aggregate of the South-East Quarter of the North- .
the grubs be killed by spraying family and servants were all .
a total value of over tOOO.000.000 may away West Quarter of the North-East Quarter and
the trees and branches with a strong from the residence for a brief period running North 210 feet for a point of beginning ALL CROPS 14
annually. Poultry and eggs arc prottneed : thence running West 210 feet; I'
solution of
kerosene emulsion. This
in all sections of the country yesterday afternoon. Investigationsby thence North 210 feet; thence East 210 feet;
should be done not earlier than November thence South 210 feet to the nlace of beginning Write for Catalogue
lot It is a noticeable fuel that: the, the police and city detectives last .
and not later than March. of Section Eighteen Township Five.
' ; t bulk of. tnese- important produ'ct* Nfroduced night failed to uncover a single clue South of Range- twenty-one East containing : i
S. more or less with all the appurtenances
one acre
by the farmers of the Mist
to the crime. A vigorous search
thereto belonging. The same being
The Corn Rootworm. .
< tsalppl In this auction there i
valley. levied the of L. C. Smith. l
is being made the authorities upon as property
Bulletin by city ,
No. 8 of the department of
are practically no large poultry farms one of the defendants ,nd will be sold .to i 5
' : foundIn the agriculture states that one of the most however, in connection with the haul satisfy said execution and roct. I IS.B.DENMAR ,
i'n as are commonly {I
* ; astern states and on tbe Pacific coastEr destructive pests known to the west- An inventory of the missing gems Sheriff. Bradford County.. Florida. INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER "l

' Poultry keeping therefore la usually ern cornfield is the corn rootworm. It was taken last night as soon as pos- A. Z. Adkins Attorney for Plaintiff. CO. :
March 6-4t
.:' V\ Incidental die hens .being considered Is about the size of the striped cucumber sible by Sergeant of Detectives Ca- I <

K land' treated generally 'u agents for I beetle has a yellowish green color hoon and Officer W. E. Knight This Cm OH fcnt. Otto tmfln h that Cj s. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
black It Is stated that the
;, ieonvcrtinff material which would othisnriae l Illnd eyes. ,
will be later however .
completed ow- The wont cases,110 matter of how lone standing;
\ f: \ go to wute into a salable prod- I insect Is easy to control under crop ing to the fact that at first sight it are cared by the T-ondertul, old tillable Dr. WE SELL SEED POTATOES _
'. '. rt Conseonently the pwltry tad rotation methods.f I Porter1 Antiseptic Healing OIL It relieves
1.1 tt 1 was impossible to ascertain what had Pals and Heals- at the ume time. 2Se,5OC.$LQ) I

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better knowledge of the business, to
Hodges9 MarketPhone The; Disease.
increase their profits to Increase the
PRACTICALTALKS r The "dan'-ing disease" was an ejidemic -
for To-morrow ?
supply of poultry and eggs for Use as Ready nervous disorder, apparently it. I
food for the public and to prevent the No. 111
Horses their feed less lied to hyotpria and chorea occasionally
waste existing due to faulty digest thoroughly than
BY GOVERNMENT large methods f now other farm animals. In order to insure thorough I am using Bee Dee Ninth Street Near DepotBest prevalent in Germany and Italy dii- '
<> handling.The digestion of all the food eaten, and to make your STOCK MEDICINE with in;? the middle\ ages. As it has bee) ;

Missouri car contains live specimens horses readier for next day's work add to their my find bones it a saving.regularly proposition and cut of Round, per Ib________15c in every iastam-e chiefly propagate,
of the best br,xls of poultry evening feed a teaspoonful of- on feed It also makes by physical contagion, 'like chores

FARM EXPERTSNo. adapted to general arm conditions them dean.healthy thriving and Next cuot of Round, per Ib____12 i-2c there is every reason to &>ncju models of poultry houses incubatingand Bee STOCK Irajohnston had a liLo! origin. In 1734. duringthe

brooding devices and other appli Dee MEDICINE R.F.D.No.1. Sirloin Steak per lb _________17 l-2c celebration i.f the festival of St
antes used for the raiding: of poultry O'Neill Nebr. I John at Aix-Ia-Cbnpolle.\ tbe street

The other car is an especially equipped It will lessen your feed bills. Tenderloin Steak per lb _____17 l-2c became crowded with men and women
VI.-Advice to Millers. refrigerator car containing a cooling 25c SOc and $1. per can. of all ranks and ages who cumnienceA .
I Humane :. randlins and chilling\ room. It lathe It will increase jour profits. At your dealer P.B. Porterhouse Steak, per Ib' ___17 l-2c dancing in u wild and frantic mannci,

Slaughtering. only one in existence. many losing; entire control over themselves o
Rib Loin, per lb ___________12 l-2c and continual to dance until
:1 Poultry Accounting ,
( dropping down from fatigue. The m..
[ Proper Slaughtering.While Rib Roast per lb ___________12 l-2c
! the fe
f J administered by the United States Rump Roast, boneless, per Ib____15c burg and gave; rise to cnicn impostor ,
department of agriculture does not profligacy and disorder, ;
t Rump Roast, with bone lb__10c -
per -- )
[ i have authority to prescribe particular "I M A CLASS BY ITSElf"BLUM'S
methods of slaughter the government Chuck Steak, per lb ___________ 9c -..
co-operates with those working to prevent 1 r
abuses. The three general methods Beef Stew, any kind 3 lb for ____25c Y

", of slaughter used among civilized ) PORK NOTICE

f :. people are: Bleeding preceded by stunning f
. bleeding preceded by pilaVng and Pork Chops, best, per Ib_____-17 l-2c

\ e bleeding without stunning or pithing.: BLUM'SWfflSKEY SYLVANfiLEN Pork Stew, per lb _________ 12 1-2c 500 MEN, .500 MEN Ie
Stunning produces concussion of the .

j ; a brain and the immediate destruction Pork Roasts, per lb -___________15c Five hundred laborers .t,
jt of consciousness. Stunning previousto '

t jI bleeding meets the demands of humanitarian t.- The above prices are for wanted by the
sentiment and of hygienic
I requirements according to animal In- 1 CASH. Dunnellon Phosphate

dustry authorities of the department --
CHOBLUMCQ Company to work in
i Pithing is performed by a knife ./o\CI\,10NVILLCrlA- wnl SIJDIXIE'S We will not charge any of ..
.(Official Newt Summary of Up to Data thrust through the space between the their mines "in the t
Matter Compiled by the United base of the skull and the first verte- FAVORITE above at those prices.

States Department of Agriculture.) bra into the medulla. The pithed ani- neighborhood of Dun-

" mal falls instantly under
a complete '
2 farmer bas long relied on muscular paralysis but neither consciousness nellon Standard wag- I

THE chemist In regard to bu- nor sensibility is Immediately '
food fertilizer and feed- es. Apply to any plantSuperintendent
destroyed. The paralysis of the
I ing his cattle. The miller. vital centers Interferes with effective : PAINT
according to the bureau of chemistry. bleeding and does not either or ;
satisfy what they all of Blum's Sylvan Glen. Fora
bas been say
department of agriculture humanitarian j I YOU will SAVE Foreman. 3
f or hygienic requirements.
Industries In putting the Generation the favorite whiskey of the outh. Pure
} behind other and its use should not be encouraged. GO els. PER GAL.

' chemist at work 'The shipping of young calves long mellow, mild, smooth and aged. You can t beat it for I Tins is HOW DUNNELLON PHOSPHATE .

! The Kiiiuil! miller can often attend make to 'distances without the mothers Is a quality. A trial order will convince you. Satisfaction and ,. "" I -
in addition
his machinery and. cruelty and the enactment of a law to J Buy 4 cab.L.C&M.Semi- CO.
Iud other tests but in the larger quick delivery guaranteed.
t baking 1' Mixed Real Paint $8.40 j
remedy this abuse has many advocates Rockwell jI.l
; milk which manufacture a variety And3cals.LinseedOa FlorHa. I i I.
among whom are officials of tbe EXPRESS PREPAID.
,: of produ-ts Hud prepare mixed tt>eds. to nut with'it 2.10 JOHN INCUS, Pretident. .
there >+h mM toe a division of labor the department Federal regulations require 4 Full Quarts, $3.20 6 Full Quarts, $4.50 March
that animals going through the Make3 7 gals.Paint fcrIC.:3:) t2t.
miller aDd the chemist curb doing bin 1
dipping process be bandied as carefully 12 Full Quarts, $9.00 It's
share of tile work. only $1.50 per gd
Themoilture content of flour ia a as possible and that cattle be freely WRITE FOR OUR BIG PRICE LIST
The LAM. ,
point too little considered accordingto watered before they are dipped. During REAL PAINT Is PUKE WHITE LEAl. r .
and tbe last fiscal year inspectors of CHAS. BLUM COMPANYEstablished ZINC and UNSEED OIL-the bu!kuO"Q
: the department If in buying materials 100
paint yeais. ,
tbe department supervised the dippingof r
selling grain the moisture Is taken into when Use a galL: out of any yon: buy and ifirt the "
c account as it should ht by sound more than 12400.000 sheep and cat- your Grandfather was a Boy test p-tint made then relura tie pair:end vet -DO WHAT.You' ;>
ell tac\ \
business men. the motrtare in flour A..j 'x eav'w; Warthoa No. 22
and meal as well as In the byproducts +>" DE WITT C. Jr NES.
should also be given suitable attention. : .IR{w g'.tf"; JACKSONVILLE, N FLORIDA ,

The variation of a per cent of moisture Starke, Florida

In the flour of the big mill is ."". ,,,..,... : PLEASE WITH

equivalent In a year to thousands of # .'
tZ .1
of dollars. 1
'barrels and thousands OTHERBUSINESS
The moisture content will be one of "> I

great Importance a year hence. It Iscontended : When You WantA DR. L. J. ADAMSVeterinary I

by some of our leading .:1' :I =
miller that In Judging m to shortage Surgeon ,
In weight the government should -" i .tF
always take into account the moisture > v

content For example. If flour #4Aa Yfk41 ,.."< Horse A MuleA \

i ontalns when shipped 13% per cent F .::t WILL .
of moistUre. which has been accepted ,
i as the standard. and if the sample .

shows but 11 per cent of moisture Buggy A WagonA APPRECIATEYOUR
; when examined an allowance of 2}& -t

} per cent shortage in weight should be FIREINSURANCE
allowed. Experiments are now in. :
t. progress as to the shrinkage in flour
Set of HarnessCome
t u caused by loss of moisture.
rt The amount of moisture in meal Is
of even greater Importance than in I
flour because moisture is not only All diseases ot, the 'Horse, J. R. DAVIS & CO. !

commercially valueless and influences ,.- to See UsWe Cow and Dog treated. Agency Established 1886

shrinkage but also because it Is an Have your Hogs vaccinatedto .
Important factor In causing spoilage.It -' i Cholera. STARKE FLA. yi
is therefore specially desirable that SLAUGHTERED BOOS. buy in car lots and give our customers -, prevent ,

the chemist aid the miller In drying to tie. and the requirements as to hu the benefit of the lowest prices. Have your Cows tested for
tuberculosis before using milk.
the proper degree.Poultry mane handling were met.
There still occurs frequently at different Prompt attention given to ---=--

Accounting public stockyards the crueltyof calls day or night. V

The department of agriculture has depriving cattle of water. Those J. W. ANDREWS & SON I CaD at Edwards Stable appetite Starke I \
Issued a system of poultry accounting arriving too late for tbe market of the House.

which. It is expected will assist the day are not watered until the followIng I SI1IKE, nOIlBI.f SMOKE
poultry owner to determine the status morning In order that they may i '-
of his flock at the end of each year gain weight While weight Is gained. f
'i One of the greatest needs of most poultry the deception Is recognized* instantly

, i keepers is a definite record of expenditures by buyers. The practice is a deliberate I Starke Florida I .4Ia..PlI.I. :

and receipts. cruelty and should be suppressed. ,
": A system formulated by the depart- I THIS STOMACH REMEDY :

; ment consists of a monthly and yearly Changes Affecting Hog Cholera. CIGARSMade _

.'j. summary inventory balance sheets By order of the secretary of agricul ; HELPS YOUR FRIENDS

1 and yearly record. On the monthly ture the federal meat inspection reg. . --I, Almost every day some grateful person in Starke
sheet is placed the number of chickens ulatlons are amended to provide that comes into our store and tells us of bene- '
1 and eggs for each month in the when any bogs of a lot offered for r. fits received from the use of Rexall Dys-

year. All eggs! and chickens used at slaughter show signs of cholera there pepsia Tablets. Knowing how much good
home should be credited to the Hock shall be made a temperature test of I Fun! Fun! Fun they have done others and knowing what
at regular market raiue. and eggs used the suspected animals in tbe lot to determine they are made of,we feel sure they will help a_ I
So is faith in them that
tor hatching at borne should be both their true comf tion. One of you. great our we :
urge you to try them entirely at our risk,
credited and debited against the flock the first proofs of cholera Is the presence with that'if
Man our personal
I Let No Innocent Escape. promise they
at the same price. The labor of the of nl. h fever and tbe test for Its don't do all you expect them to do and
owner should be estimated and charged detection has been frequently employed make your stomach comfortable and
against the flock each month if de- by the government: inspectors at t At the great Mock Court Trial under the auspices of healthy and your digestion easy,we'll hand
sired. The balance at the end of the various packing centers. The new or- the Baseball Club in Bradford County Court House, back your money. R E
year will then sbow the net profit of der is an official recognition of the t March 27th. We couldn't endorse anything any more
the flock. The yearly summary sheet value of the test and makes its employment -, t on Friday Evening, strongly than we do Rexall Dyspepsia
Tablets. and Bismuthtwo
Containing Pepsin
consists of the summary of the monthly general and compulsory One of our most respected citizens will be charged of the greatest digestive aids known to
totals of expenditures and receiptsfor where federal meat inspection is conducted medical science, they soothe the stomach,
the year. The inventory sheet Under tbe new order when I with Breach of Promise. Regular Court Rules. Start- check heartburn and distress, promote a

should be used at the beginning of a hoc is suspected of cholera and is f ling Developments. Ludicrous Situations. Local Hits. natural flow of the gastric juice, and help

) each year. and a complete inventory found to Lave a fever of lei degreesF f of Refined regulate the bowels. Remember, if they
.. should be taken of the equipmentStock or higher the rim-are of such animal An Evening Fun. Y don't make your digestion so easy and com-

feed. etc. Eacb piece of equipment shall be condemned even though PRICES, 25, 35, and 50 Cents. fortable that you can eat whatever you .
the disease: does not show in the organs like whenever you like, we want you to

:; value. should In the be case! listed of buildings at its actual which or in the dressed carcass. I Tickets on sale at Starke Drug Co., March 25th. Open at 7:30. i come Sold only back at and the tell more us and than get 7.QOO your money.Rexall

are substantially constructed a 5 per The temperature test however. Is Court called at 8:15. Y Stores, and in this town only at our store. RUB-MY-TISRfl,
but one determining factor and the Three sizes 25c and t
cent deterioration should be sufficient ,50c $1.00.Mitchell's Will Rheumatism
order provides\ that the carcasses of ...... cure your
to allow for the of a year'stime. ,
passage .o
hugs which plainly showed tbe disease + +- + .i+ Drug Store, Starke, Fla. Neuralgia, Headaches Cramps,
... when alive and also those which -- -- SHe Colic, Sprains, Braises,' Cuts and {
The balance sheet shows the actual
show tbe disease plainly on postmortem $Barns,Old Sores,Stings of Inseci3
-, status of tilt lock for the rear. It WHENEVER ,YOU U NEED[ Had Fingers.
will be found which do not show
Only those symptoms -
the William. Bill and extef a.J1y. Price 25e.
egg record fur die year in connection passt-di-Csp tonps.
with the account as it will enable of the disease when alive and {from the country!-'Taln't 'ot. Is ItV- 1

the poultry kw|per to check up the dressed are without carcasses signs of may the In'disease passed in while the A GENERAL[ [ TONIC B TAKE GROVE'SThe R London 'fitBits.Clu'erfnlnesa I To Prevent Blood Pcrfsoningippjy

number of eggs used at home and thus those regarding which there is doubtor I at once the wonderful reliable DR. .
be sure to credit tin flock\ with them Is the daughter of t>m.loYDlPnt. I PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING OIL.au-
which are affected in a slight! and jical dressing that relieves pain and heals at -t
limited decree' may be passed for Old Standard Grove's Tasteless! chill Tonic is Equally ) .-llr. Qurue. I'ie same time. Not a liniment i5t.SOc i1t1 '

Poultry and:! Egg Cars. lard provided the lard is rendered at General Tonic because it Acts the Liver -- --
Valuable as a on ----- -- -
What Is resardtnl; as the largest; poul- a teni|>eratureof not less than ?t') degrees .
try and egg handling extension work I F for a |period of four hours. Drives Out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up r

ever carried on in this: cocntry is now the Whole System For Grown People and Children.

being conducted by the department of Waste In Vegetables. Bradford County j

agriculture in co-operation with the According;: to canning experts of the 'You know what you are taking when you take Grove' Tasteless chill Tonicas
University of Missouri and the Missouri department of agriculture; about r<0per
the formula is printed on every label showing that it contains the well known
state poultry board The government cent of all vegetables that are ,
tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It is as strong as the strongest bitter
and state are operating two produced every year eo to waste! and! Abstract Company
tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for Malaria, Chills and Fever,
demonstration cars throughout the are actually I lost for human value because
Weakness, general debility and loss of appetite. Gives life and vigor to Nursing
state. the average home has not learned A record Bradford County lands
complete of
Mothers and Pale Sickly Children. Removes Biliousness without purging.
bow efficiently to care for the surplus II
The work is planned to assist farm
Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the liver to action and Investment
Real Estate
Land Titles
and dealers obtain a product
ers poultry to
purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer. A Complete Strengthener. L

No family should be without it. Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean it. SOc 1d





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i::. '- 375 acres of choice lands, with natural 'drainage, two valuable Mineral Springs, supplying an

: ... abundance of pure water for stock, poultry and irrigation. Property located about equal distance ,j

between Starke and Lawtey on the Seaboard Air Line Railway and Raiford on the Atlantic Coast

Line. A first class business point--being thickly settled with leading farmers and berry growers; a

: public school located in centei of property requiring three teachers. :-

A good opportunity for several small growers to locate close together where they can have

. choice lands, good school and the pleasure of neighboring with each other.

NOTE--Expecting: to make a change, I have decided to offer this property to the public for the

i#: : : :next few: days--and. will entertain propositions for the purchase of the whole, or will subdivide to

V suit buyers.. Call on, or address x W. E. DAVIS, Owner Starke, Fla.


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r Ensign and Mrs Fred Willis, of'the I Sunday afternoon occurred the mar- Captain D. W. Purvis, from Ocala, Mr. W. M. Parker was transacting our friends and good people of At Enterprise on March the

Salvation Army whose station is in riage of Miss Nora Harvey and Mr. was down overseeing the state prison business in Starke,last Thursday.Mr. Lake Butler who worked so faithfullyand large number attended the wedding of ,,

i Meridian, Miss, is visiting his iela- Jones. The ceremony took place at farm last week. In visiting the prison Hoke Smith of Raiford, at- heroically in preventing our store Mr. M. H. Carter and Miss Jessie 7 I

: ;.tives,'Dr. King and Mrs. Henry Fowl- the home of the bride's parents, near farm the writer was surprised to tended the New River Literary De- from being burned Sunday morningby Wiggins. The dinner was all that Ii

a3 'er. Waldo. Mr. Jones holds the important see the amount of work that Captain bating Society last Friday night the flames from the Duncan store, could be wished five tables foil of

V.: N, Mr. C. H. Driggers'bu taken apart- position of car inspector and is Purvis was having done within the I Mrs. W. T. Turner and son, Mr. we desire to express our sincerest and good things and a happy crowd to .,1.-

tenta.in th&large house occupied by stationed. The glad hand is being last sixty days. The site for the. Roan Turner, were visitors to Starke heartfelt gratitude for their noble eat them. The young ladies and girls

e H. J. Stewart,, extended to Mr. Jones and the entire State Prison Farm is a beautiful last Saturday and Sunday.Mr. work. By the good work of every from Raiford, Lawtey and the country

}, '.v Miss Ruth Page' who has been community is wishing the couple a place, lying right by the side of New Leon Renfroe, of Sampson City individual, whose names we could almost show that' the greatest interest was

; ; : 4r.'hashing school at Samps/m City, has long and happy journey through life. River in section 15, it being a high visited relatives and friends here last call the flames were fought by taken in the marriage of this most 't!

, ', v 1 .returned to her home, near the Mam- M. Cameron, and family arrived oak ridge and the timber being takenup Saturday and Sunday.Mr. the men while the ladies in their usual bev.utifullittle lady, and Mr. Carter's ,

';r r.'. t. .>Iwwth Cave,' Kentucky. from McIntosh. Mr. Cameron will on a great deal of it, there being and Mrs. B. T. Renfroe visited and most deserving manner worked young gentlemen friends were largej

.p ;.. Mr. Lonnie Futch and Mr. Othq reside in Hampton and open up a nice streets running through it The relatives at Lake Butler last Saturdayand heroically removing the stock was ly in attendance am the outlook is
t t.. .,, 1K visited their'parents Satur- blacksmith shop and automobile re- buildings are put up neatly and in Sunday.Mr. saved without the slightest damage.It that the minister's work is not yet 1

1i'snd Sunday the former in, Rai- pair shop. rows, making it a beautiful place. Ernest Williams, depot agentat can be said beyond all doubt that done. Let the bells ring. -i

.(, ; and the latter.Worthington.. W. G. Seals, justice of the peace Captain Purvis is having built a good Simington Fla., visited his father the ladies of our town deserve more Mr. Carter is in the strawberry i !
: # road from the state prison farm to and mother here last
Sunday. with Mr. John
: attending the Normal School credit as "fire fighters" than of any business Browning.
i \ I,are does love to tie marriage knots
: sure Raiford. He will also soon put a Everybody cordially invited to attend other town known to And They have already sold ninety cratesat
t' : H. Logan preached to two con he would much rather ; us. every- it
at Raiford on Sunday.! says bridge across New River and startto the New River Literary Debating one may rest assured that We shall this early date. ?
:t. .."" "", was one adult baptism at the the contracting parties came some fencing and clearing five acres of Society every Friday night ,beginning always have an unfading memory/ for Miss Wiggins is the second daught.V i.
other hour than'at 2:30 a.m., as was !
F fo -t.c,,,!t osaptg, service.- ,His appointment land in one body between New River at seven o'clock. them in time' of need and that God er of Mrs. Wiggins; or our little \
:' : the case several nights ago. and Water Oak, and says he likes widow she is respectfully called. .J
n 'be'it Hampton on' the coming will bless them for their noble work. ; as
a ... We understand that Bro. John Mul-
the location for the state farm
prison A PECULIAR SERMON FLORIDA FURNITURE CO. The bride was beautifully dressed and 4
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of the
fed to the Woodman
lady was than he he would
much better thought
... r 1* Mar is progressing as well as Ask A sermon much out of the ordinarymay the groom looked handsomeThe
last night
,V World goat Tuesday when he first took it in charge and! DEATH OF NORMAN HARRELLMr. waiters were Mr. Julius Ennis, of '
;-e., : p sold be.,expected ttta his accident heard at the Christian Church
) him about itWoodman we believe under his management that Norman Harrell ef Mr. Miss Emma J
f::te[both :arms. As we stated last Grove at three o'clock next Sunday after- son McClenny, Wiggins,
Circle Fielding
the state prison farm will not only Joseph Harrell of LaCrosse Crawford and Miss
near Mr. Benjamin
was The
"I }j f Iweek. ' will entertain at
: -i";; No. 70, be a success but will be somethingthat Alachua died at Portsmouth Rev. D. W. Black
Mr. Flynn written the following letter to county, Kate Thompson. .
.j 44&er.badly sprained says more
March 27th with <
: Hall, Friday night, the people of Bradford county Va., Thursday, March 12 and the words that made
= .:that.the sprained arm gives him the than sixty young men of Starke and was pronounced
i. 'itr : the: following programme: will be proud of. buried at New Hope cemetery Sun- them husband and wife.
I #: '.- ,,post trouble. He was ,so helpless baa written a similar letter to an
: Musk by piano cornet, trombone and F. H. Howard visited Jacksonville day afternoon Rev. F. B. Johns of -
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number of
',; "" fliat h'pauld neither dress, wash nor equal young women. The
.r ", '. 'I !fat, His"little daughters, vied with Saturday. letters he receives from these young Starke, conducting the services.Mr. Some Famous High Notes .
; d Overture Hamp Andrews went to Jackson- Harrell enlisted in the United Melba F sharp; Jenny Lind. B isalto .fj|
4 : t' ;:..;another- u to who should feed people mixed with such comments as
I Picture "The Circle. ville nightJ. States Christine Xiksen G in alto
Saturday he see fit to make will certainly navy about six weeks ago and ; ;
J'r ;.SP .. may '
,.1'!.r.;: I '" <-' 'f ,Boda"teaeherI:' and preachers asa Songs by the members-"Way Down T. Andrews and R. B. Roberts, prove interesting to all classes and was stationed at Portsmouth, Va., Evangeline: Florence G In alto; Ellen
; on the Suwanee ,River, "My Old of Worthington, visited relatives here where he contracted pneumonia and Beach Yaw. C two octaves above; Ttrazzini. *-'
: with"more eriti- to The letter he
eWe'have to helpful
< pot up :: very many. ,
'f' Kentucky Home, "Massa is in the died after four D In alto; Carlotta Pattt D ii ,
Sunday. illness of
.-r. -.r_ ': -'k .1'I 1- ''ejon,, .mostly, .ignorant- .criticism at Cold Cold.Ground." filled his regular has sent out reads: an only alto; denim! Patti. C in alto.Way

; "r. ,,,,' 1::' :that, than'anyone else., But this we Rev. Logan ap- Starke Florida March 17, 1914 days.

.. t.ij': :1ave'to say about, the teachers of Music by .the orchestraSong pointment at the Methodist Church Dear friend-I have written to the He is survived by his father step- ."

: W ,. i-t 2J.. Butler.. They ;give universal Sweet Bunch of Daisies by Sunday. young ladies asking that they writeme mother, three brothers, Herman, of the taw sPrisonerit's

Mrs. B. S. McCain. Allen Hopper, the picture man, returned Brady and Odell, and two sisters, Mrs. hard to chargemewtthforgery.
,. ; faatfiriclion They are dignified. painfasking a letter telling me their concep
A "', ,,, .' .1 :; competent young ydies! The. Dialogue-"Bridget's Investment by to Raiford Suriday. tion of a "Model Young Man" and I L. D. Johns, of Bland, Fla, and little I' can't even sign my own
I, ,",'; 1 V following east Mrs. Morgan, Mrs. T. Johns and J. R. Dowling wentto
S. Miss
Martel HarrelL The name. 1Jaifstratp-Ttnt
funeral is is Immaterial
-- point
t:' 4.o. ; .fffincipal ,too.,;:in. ,a,competent. wellWormed am asking you young men to write me
!. .='F.:4' man.-* -" -I- W. E. MWdleton; Bridget Mrs. A. Brooker Monday. your conception of a "Model Young said to have been one of the most It's another man's name

Futch; Agent Mrs. Annie Johns; largely attended of held in you're accused of signing--St Louis
;.1",14, ,4} Mothers ,Meeting! in: connection Woman. any ever

1.i 'with the Civic League was held at the Agent, Mrs'-.R. D.Rawley; Caller, LAWTEYRev. The. letters that I receive in re? this section of the state. Globe-Democrat i
Mrs'W. H. Grifn. .
'j, t home 'of Mrs. Abe Strickland. The Mass to these will form -
.; ( s Dr. Taylor of Boston, spouse requests 1
_r'"' "; i ;. abject.discussed'was the 'Montessori Essay Music by"On the Woman's orchestra.Back," by Mrs gave two interesting lectures here the base and the principal part of the ............................................N...N4N

s\:} \ ''system of teaching. This was follows Tuesday and Wednesday evening at subject matter for the discourse thatI II

: tia, i _.by an ,interesting discussion for Rawley. the Baptist and Methodist churches, shall'deliver at three o'clock next i.
I Sale of boxes and 'supper. There Business
> I and against The talk was, given by respectively on the effect of alcoholon Sunday afternoon in the Christian Progressive firms In Starke! .
will be three sizes of boxes, first size .
: t
, ,. ; ,Miss Mary Reiherd. Five minute talks the brain. Church on "Popular Conceptions" at
for'married ladies, second size for ;
J", re given by Mrs Draper and Mrs. Mrs J. J. McLeod was a visitor to which time I shall read these letters'
single ladies and third for children.A Readers of the ,
Telegraph will find
f. 1''w Mains Delicious 'refreshments Jacksonville Wednesday. publicly. it to their
I cordial invitation is extended to all
:' ,served. by Mrs.: Geo. Stallings Mrs M. E. Edwards was a visitor I'wish you would write me a letterat advantageto trade with the firms
I < and all are requested to bring a box. :
I :and Mn.1 Strickland-: to Starke 'Tuesday.Mr. once telling me your conceptionof resented in
After the sale of boxes and this directory
:" A Silver'Tea by the members of the : supper Walter Thede, who has been a "Model Young Woman. I shall 1
. the'evening's entertainment will be
.! -' -. Order of ,the._Eastern Star'will be spending several weeks here at the not make known the names of the _
closed with the excruciatingly funny uuuuu
', served at the home of.Mrs. Dr.:Maines. homes of his parents and brother re- authors of these letters and you need - - - TTT TyTTTyyTyyTy.Ty....'" .. J:

t t J: next Friday'from 7:00'pm. 'There farce, "Dr. Cure-all, by the followingcast turned to his home in Superior Wis., not even sign your name unless you ........................... .MMMMMMM. .......MMJ ,
Dr. Cure-all, who has a remedyfor
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l : will be a musical program. This ought last week.A choose. .
anything, F. H. Spicher Maria, DRY GOODS. .
,' to be good, for the ladies "of the. 0: ; son was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. Thanking you in advance for this FURNITURE .. ..

.. : \, ." 'I. S. never do things by halves maid of fourteen who has a peculiar S. Andrews Monday.Rev. assistance and awaiting your immediate .......................... .MMMm.MMMM.MMt ...
gait, Miss Myrtle Allen; Mrs. Brown, .
f On Sunday morning about 11 am.: I sf
j ; Marshal Strickland, of Flora- reply any
I who wants to reduce her flesh, Mrs. ........i..8. .. .. ...8.frfr .$..S88i88i.+$$..
Andrews '
the kitchen of
J "; :; Wesley, home, filled his .regular appointmentat Sincerely Ernest House, EvangelistIN .
Griffin and.Spicher; Miss Scrimpkins, .
;-" caught_fire. But owing to the amount the Lawtey Baptist church last '
who desires to bleach her hair Mrs J W. MORGAN FURNITURE '"
, : if fire fighters have had 4 /. '
: practice our Saturday and Sunday. TEMPORARY Headquarters for t:
I': ,in,the past week they put it out in Belle.Weest; Alphonso De Jones, who Miss Enza Blanchard was a busi- QUARTERSWhile Ladies &tad.to-Wear Goods. and almost anything; else 1oU. I

.about'five minutes. wishes to raise a mustache Mr. Mer- ness visitor to Starke Wednesday.Mr. their banking room is being Dry Goods Notions, Etc.BUILDERS' .* might want .
vin Mrs. Botchkins fond : I
Rawley; a remodeled and their handsome new : !
. Did you 'bear of. the young lady mother, Mrs. B S. McCain; Kate W. Lake of Starke, the popular fixtures installed the Bank of Starkeis ..............88S..ttt. HULL'S DEPARTMENT ; t
i> stranger who came to town a few representative of the Florida Tim s- i RI.4-,
'\ weeks ago enquiring if there was a Rotchkins, her daughter, who is bash- Union was a business visitor to in temporary quarters at J. F.ickliter's .i.......................... : .
ful Mrs. A. A. Futch MiSs Paddington the .
; store at corner of Call H
'.. Church of Christ in town. The lady I Starke Tuesday.Mr. .
who wants to be tall, Mrs. W. T. and Walnut streets. The removal to I. SUPPLIESMMMMMMMMMMM .
accosted evidently not caring to have .
Wilmot Brown came from .
Bugg; Mrs. Scrawny who is anxiousto up temporary quarters was trade Mon- .*...... iJMMMMMMMM
,. that title monopolized by.any one Gainesville and spent Sunday at the +M. .
be Mrs. W. T. Saxon Mrs. .
plump ; day morning without a moment's in-
sect replied, "Yes, there is a Presbyterian home of his parents here. .
Blooming, handsome widow in searchof terruption of the bank's business. .s e..e..e'. 8. DENTISTSMMMMJMM
Church of Christ here, and Mr. J. J. McLeod was transacting .
a husband Mrs. Scotten. The en- Part of the old fixtures were carriedto .....N.0DL ...
of Christ .
there is a Baptist Church business in Starke Wednesday.. Quigley Lumber &; Supply Co. .
tertainment feature is entirely free. the store and while they were beingset
here and there is a M. .E. Church. Mr. Lewis, representing the Geo. I. .
here. up the business of the bank was Dealer in -
South of Christ Allison commission house, of New
HULL'S DEPARTMENT STORE carried on without interruption at the *
York City, arrived here the first of bank building. When the temporary Builders Supplies, Paints Ofla v U. G. TURNER e
Field and Garden Seed the week and will remain during the I Varnishes, Concrete, .
NORTH THERESSA quarters had been arranged the books | DENTIST
We have had a time getting some strawberry shipping season. Plumbing e :
North Theressa is on "boom. There and equipment were trans- .
necessary .
of our seed but we are fixed now. Messrs A. H. Harley and J. E. Wil- I Edwards Building .
i are not onough houses to accommo- ferred in a few minutes and the busi- Estimates Cheerfully Furnished. .
Beans Corn Velvet Beans
son were business visitors to Starke A
date the people"wanting to move in, Florida Seed Peanuts Seed Potatoes.If Monday. ness moved on as if nothing unusual Upstairs over Post OGceM .

5, k which means plenty of work'going didn't had happened. a ;
you get your crops planted 4
.. on. early, it may be just as well The Only such equipment was moved to ......................M.. s' s89N v e
There is also a car being loaded the Kickliter store as is actually nec- ..
weather is for .
right now planting and BANK NOTICE ..> 4 m1.N..
with berries from North Theressa I the for essary to carry on the business. The I. REAL ESTATE. .
prospects good crops, both .
During the baking
0 growers. Enough to say the people field and garden, are exceedingly remodeling will have of our -j bank of course, has the use of its i.N.NN.NNN.NN.N.N. NOTIONS.NNN .
$5 are "hustling." Mr. L. G. SMey on room we temporary splendid' fire-proof vault and safe justas .
1 V I good. 'Everything for field and garden in J. F. .......... ,
Kickliter's ..
\ the 16th of March, received at North Plows Garden Tools quarters store, though the business were being ........ Se
; station, $75.00 for that day's I where we invite our friends and carried in its .
I .. : work Theressa which breaks the record of anyone Plow Parts, Bolts, rivets, in fact we customers to call on us. We have j on own. building.A COMER L. PEEK : + .S+!...s... !.!+!.t..,
hathe .
I particular thing that you every arrangement made to take '
y : man from'Theressa. want care Family Jar. $ Florida Real Estate, Land and in Why it that \ hen you areof qe
of oar
business without any interruption -i Sbe-VVLeu I married J ou I thought need Notions, Ladies .

So He Is._ Fertilizers to suit any crop. during our occupancy of tempo! yoc were a l ra\e WtuIItS,) did e Timber Expert. 9e Ready-to-Wear Goods, Shoes, .

i Why IS a retired carpenter like' a HULL'S DEPARTMENT STORE ary ,quarters. ert''Fbt..I 44-e. w"tsman: | goto Novelties Etc, you generally : '

I .. lecturer! Because be is. an exl BANK OF STARKE, :. 33 years Experience at Starke. ,. t STUMPS '

I y ulaner.L Telegraph 1.50 per year. ... 3-13-2t E. S. Matthews Pres.i Telegraph S1.50 per year. 'There's A Reason4 ." .
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