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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 27, 1914
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. XXXV. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 27,1914. '' NO. 38


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FARMER SHOT AT MIAMIJ. I + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
TERM OF ONLY WHITES TO U. S. I
SPECIAL R. Crawford Killed J. C. Keene TO REDUCE +' + I MINUTES COUNTYSCHOMOARD{

+,A LITTLE TALK ON BANKING +

CIRCUIT COURT With ShotgunWe VOTE INPRIMARYQUALIFICATIONS HIGH COST LIVING + +

clip the following extracts + The strawberry season starts +

from an account of the killing of + off fine. Everybody has made +

j I. J. C. Keene ,by J. R. Crawford, a + money so far, and the indications + .

SESSION BEGAN MARCH 23 former resident -of this section, at OF VOTERS + are that there will ,be + LITTLE BUSINESS DONE
PARCEL POST EXPERIMENT + weeks of moneymaking +
Miami last Thursday, from the Miami many ,more -

Daily Metropolis: -- + out of the business. + -

Will Continue Until Cases on J. C. Keene, 55, a Fulford farmer, Candidates Will Not Be Assessed + Now while times are good, + I '

Criminal Docket Are was this morning shot and killed by Postmaster-General Is Con- + it is the part of wisdom to prepare + Warrants Were Drawn for '
by Committee No
.a '
as
his neighbor, J. Reuben Crawford. The vinced That Plan Will be + for the lean time that is + Payment of Bills for Month :

Disposed of deed was committed on Keene's farm Funds Are Needed of Great Benefit + almost sure to come to you + of FebruaryStarke

., where he was working in the field + again some day. Deposit your + f

with his young son who was the only. + money in bank whether it is +
The Bradford county circuit court Jacksonville. None but white .
witness ot the killing. Crawford + much or little. Get in touch + Fla., March 2,1914.! -Board
i, met in special session Monday, March Democrats will be permitted to Washington March 22.Preliminary -
par + with banker and if he +
later gave himself up and is now confined your met in reglar session ,with all members
taken the Postof-
23, at 9 o'clock a.m., Judge J. T. ticipate in the coming Democratic pri- steps were by + is the right sort of banker he + :
in. the Dade county jail in presentThe
fice Department today to forward its
in June.
This
Wills, presiding.The Miami. mary decision"wasreached + will be willing and ready to + patrons cf Blah petitioned for
plan for reducing the cost of living
following grand jurors were at the annual meeting of the + do his best for when the + wiferto
W. B.
Motive for the crime ia not known you Feagle and I* assignedto
selected: F. P. Shaffer, foreman, T. State Democratic executive committee by having the parcel post carry farm
-
+ lean time comes-when + :
further than that there has been "bad helpis Blair school to begin 01 the 15th
products direct to the door of the
Cloversettle H. H. which held con-
S. Langford, Fred was here. There
wasa + needed to make the next + !
blood" between Keene and Crawfordfor of June Was granted;and the superintendent -
Ten ctiies in the have +
Williams, C. H. Register, John For- short discussion upon&he questionin sumer. country + ,
or to make the little in- +
some time, and that early this crop requested to'contract with 4
syth, Allen Williams, W. H. Douglass, regard to the wording of the resolu- been asked to investigate conditionsan + vestment that looks good to + said teachers. '
morning Crawford is credited with !
J. D. Baxter Brady Brown Preston tion. The first resolution was intro- order having been made by Post- + :
+
having declared that he to The patrons and trustees of
Kerce S. G. Pearce, W E. Norman, was going duced by Amos Lewis, and because of master General Burleson, with a viewto you.Your g
have a settlement with Keene." + banker likes to know + Thomas, Sub-District >{Jo. 26 presented -
the of and
G. W. Crawford, Marian: Carter, JamesN. the wording a substitute, offered byJ. permitting use crates
Taking a' double barreled shot + something of your affairs + .a petition to.draw fn the lines of
Smith, J. W. Jones, Paul E. Canova. gun W. Burton of DeSoto county, was boxes for butter, eggs, poultry, vege- + *
when he deals with In +
in his hand, for which he had pur- tables and fruit you. said district as follows: On the east
shipped by parcel I
from follows
After the charge adopted
receiving as
+ fact it is of his business + N.E. ,
chased ammunition this morning. part side, beginning at corner /cf
the court the grand jury retired and "Whereas section 16 of
chapter post.Orders + 'to know all about before + \
Crawford this morning declared he you Section 20, Tp. 4t: south of Ragne 19E;
returned the following true bills: G469, acts of 1913, laws of Florida, today went to the postmas- I
+ he deals with and the +
and south hue to'
you section N.E.
to "have settlement run on
was going a with
tars Boston Atlanta St. Louis
Lem Brown embezzlement.Bud provides the state executive committee at I
,
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Keene and + shortest road to his acquaintance + of Section: .5. : Ranpe 19E thence
set out to where Keene ;
of each San Francisco, Baltimore, Detroit, La I
Williams, breaking and enter- political party be
may + is for to transact +
you west 1-2 mile thence south section
to
assisted by his son, was work- Rock
young resolution declare the terms and Cross, Wis., Lynn, Mass., Island,
ing.John ing with his crops. After a short altercation which conditions Ill, and Washington directing them + your business affairs throughhis + line of Section Sir thence west on sec- s
Goff forgery. on legal electors shall
shot fired and Keene + bank. A great many people + tion line to S.W, corner cf S.E. 1-I
a was "to receive the names of who
be persons
declared and taken members
John Johns, breaking and entering. as
proper -
fell dead. Crawford and the of + are denied accommodation at + of S.E.1.4. Section Il.tTp.: 5, Range'
son of such are willing to supply farm produce in
with intentto
Frank Goodwin, assault party; therefore,
+ the banks not because +
they are
the dead the 15. The petition' was rented.
man were only witnessesto retail quantities in parcel post. The
"Be it
murder. resolved by the state Demo
the far could be + not good business risks, but + An order was: passed Calling an
tragedy so
murder as cratic printed lists of these names will be
executive committee
Will Moore and Son Dorsey, That, in
+ because the banker does not +
learned this afternoon.Keene's election for Boat! Drain: and Thomas
distributed town and
city
in first degree. addition to the qualifications specifiedin among pa-
+ know them in business + .
a ,
son ran to the home of Mr. trons. way Sub-Districts for the* election of
Court adjourned at 3 o'clock p.m. said chapter 6469, only white legal .
+
+
therefore the
and must
Morris stay on three trustees an dto determine the
and told
a neighbor, him that electors shall be Help Consumer and Farmer
TUESDAY permitted to vote the
his father was dead. Morris told John + afe side by with-hoMing ac- + amount of milla;e to ?be a sessed. -- ,
the of the lists said
The "By use First
Court convened at nine o'clock. Remocratic ticket in the ensuing
pri-
") would +
+ commGd' i ht 1-e
r' Said elections to :be held on the 10th
Frohock, former sheriff on this coun- Assistant Postmaster General Roper '

grand jury continued their investiga-indictments ty, who was at his farm at Fulford, mary. today, "the city consumer can get in + have glary extended had he + day of .April, 1914. Jlar.-:gtrs: for
tions and returned the following During the discussion upon this I +
+ been in touch with the
person election were appointed;: For Boat
and the three got into Mr. Frohock's touch with a farmer who will fill his
question it stated that the
: was com- S1 peeking the accommodation. +
automobile and started for the Drain, Manning Griffis, Steve Garter,
scene orders for farm The
. weekly produce.
Will Booth and W. J. Crosby, breaking mittee should have met and so de- The intimate that +
acquaintance
of the On the Perry Newsom} for Thomas, J. ,H.
murder. way. they met clared consumer will receive the produce
and entering.J. for white voters before the
Crawford who + aturally springs up betweenthe + Mattox, J. D. Pearce, A. A. Douglas. .
assault. said that he wishedto from the country and the personal :
G. Williams, aggravated registration books were open. Chair- + banker and his customer + .
. give himself up. Mr. Frohock relationship established, no doubt will John Hardin was appointed to fill
John Henry Simmons, larceny. man Fearnside stated that he did not
+ when the .+
cuts '
: a large figure the term of John Blair of
unexpired
then brought him to Miami and turn- tend to the quality. The .
improve
Bala Sapp and Oscar Parrish break- overlook the point, but thought the + of loan +
question a comes
ed him over to the authorities.So farmer will be relieved of carrying his I (up. the Providence Sub-District. .
ing and entering. law dangerous, and believed it wouldbe
+ Besides placing in touch + .
far as.is known both the you The Treasurer's! report W!s received -
mur- produce to market, as the rural car-
Albert Botts, grand larceny. safer to act now.
+ with banker the bank + !
dered man and the man who killed A rier will make daily collections at thefarmers' your and the-warrants checked ap. :
Court adjourned. resolution adopted by J. B. Horne
+ check of handling + f' ,
system your The matter cf the location of Theressa
have been -
him peaceable, law-abiding own door of the retail shipments -
, WEDNESDAYS of Jefferson praising Governor Park
+ business has advantages. _+. "
S citizens since their many [ -< advent into that
convened at 9 o'clock, pursuant Trammel for his work in securing the to city consumers. + It'avoids the likelihood of yout motion
community. They have lived there "The point has been raised that dif- A was made seconded and
; to adjournment. The following of the corrupt practice act
passage + losing and it'gives +
for about two years. Keene was ficulty will be experienced in the return your money carried that all teachers!are strictly
i tried .
cases were : was adopted. W. B. Crawford movedto + indisputable receipt for +I :
about 55 old and leaves four I| an required at the close of their schools
and other containers.
years
hampers
,
; John Goff, forgery, guilty.. lay this resolution on the table, but + bill The service + '
children, two boys and two'girls.. This does not to every you pay. to make out a correct jpnal report, .
problem appear me
..
embezzlement Case
|l Lem Brown, his motion was lost, and the resolu- + costs nothing, ,The tank + -
continued and Brown was released His wife is not living. Crawford hasa tion was adopted.L. to be difficult as the farmer may use + furnishes you books and + embracing all,the ;time taught{ since

bond.J. wife and one child. One of Keene'ssons W. Duval of Marion introduced inexpensive hampers whose value pass July, 1J13. -..
't upon same county, + checks free and does.the book- +
assault was injured seriously in a motor- would not warrant their return, or A motion was made, secor.de.and
G. Williams, aggravated ; a bill to assess United States : + keeping for without a cent + .
cycle accident between Lemon City he use the higher grade hampersfor you carried that all !'sub-District Trustees i tare
. pleaded guilty. senatorial and all state candidates may + of charge. It is the simplest +
intent and Arch Creek several weeks ago, which he include an addi- requestad to not contract for
with
t Frank Goodwine, assault one per cent. An amendment was offered may + easiest in the world +

'i ,to murder. Case continued and his leg having to be amputated. by Frank Walpole of Manatee tional charge to .be credited to the + for keeping system .business af- + school .supplies: without.! :the approval'

: Keene came to Fulford from Put- the return of the hamperby your o( the Beard and Superintendent. .
Williams released under $500 consumer on
1 was county to make the assessment one- + in order and at the same time +
ram county, and Crawford came from It was ordered that.all monies aris-
parcel post.
E bond. half of one per cent. This brought on + gives business standing + ...
Baker county. He was formerly a Great Thing for Masses you ing from the proceeds of the Bonds
Bola Sapp, breaking an entering, a discussion in which it was pointedout I + where are'likely at + rof
{ bond. railroad detective, and served on the "The Postmaster General is convinced you !anytime Special Tax District| Number 3 ,
r continued, $500 that as the committee had no use I + to need it. +
Jacksonville police force for some that this plan is the one thing nec- (Starke) shall l.e depduted' as a rf
t Court adjourned. for the money there was no necessityof ;. + If you make the Bank of +
time. enable the of this I Icountryto special account to; the credit cf'the
to people
THURSDAYAs making the assessment.It I essary II I. + Starke bank we will +
f we go to press the court is select was suggested that the committee -.|' enjoy the potential benefits + appreciate your business and + County Treasurer, in soite i; bank:or
LETTER FROM CANAL ZONE your banks in Starke, the same to be paid
out of a special venire ofF would need if of the parcel post. No one ever has
ing a jury money an itinerary + give it the most careful at- +
,
Ancon C. Z. March 12 1914. out warrant issued by
only
the of reducingthe 1 upon
90 names for the trial of Will Moore vas to be made out by the committee. questioned possibility + tention. The Bank of Starkeis +
for the murder of Editor, Bradford County Telegraph, cost of living by establishing direct the trustees of said. district.: Each
1 .and Son Dorsey Judge John W. Dodge had laid a + a growing business institu- +I
Starke, Fla. Sir-It may be of interest such warrant shall be drawn 'Upon the
: relations between the ultimate
i Will T. Andrews at Raiford, Sunday resolution on the desk which pro- + tion with no favorites to play.
to some of your subscribers to and the sand bank fund and whip they are ,
original producer.A
February 1. vided for the making out of an itin- consumer + We are here to give a helpful I
know that we recently had the for such direct paid they shall be jcharced| by the
but it was never read. Duringthe complete means + service to the +I
public
erary banking i
i DEATH OF FRANK KICKLITER pleasure of entertaining Mrs. E. discussion Frank Walpole moved transportation was provided for the +' generally. Every man who + bank to the said $,special;.account of. 1

. Frank D. Kickliter, son of Mr. and Strong and daughter, Mrs. Beatty, first'time by the establishment of the the treasurer and returned to said
that it was the sense of the meeting + places himself in touch with '
died (nee Miss Mineatha Strong) formerly treasurer as his vouchers. .
Mrs. 'J. F. Kickliter, Wednesday domestic parcel post, but there has ?
that the committee make no itinerary.This + us will have our consideration, L \ .
t o'clock at the home of residents of Starke, Fla., who came of ---+--- -
morning at 1 been lacking an agency .by means, '
After this +
motion was carried. + whether he is rich or poor, JONES-JOHNS .' "
his aunt Mrs. F. L. Woodward, of with a party of tourists for a shortstop which the individual producer could
, had been done it was decided that for + great or small, and if he comes +
articular on the Ishmus. They were accompanied A pretty wedding took place at
Jacksonville from acute in touch with the individual con-
" get
the first time in history the candi- + to us with a clean record for +
the of 10 by Mr. and Mrs. R. D. the home of Mrs. Amanda Jones, of"
\. rheumatism, at age years. dates should go through tha cam- sumer. + honesty and promptness in +
Little Frank was ill only about ten McLouth, who are neighbors in Oil "That Postmaster General's plan West Call street, Wednesday evening,.
x paign without an assessment by the + business affairs he will have + '
before his death City Pa. this for March 25th, when her niece, Miss
A few days to
days. state Democratic executive committee. designated provide agency + help whenever we can extend +
The steamer Victoria Louise bring- Willie-Ada Johns, was ,united in wed-.
he removed to the private sanatorium the most economical. distribution of
5 was At this time a motion prevailedto J + it to him.BANK .
a of Dr. Rogers in Jacksonville.He ing them, is the finest boat comingto those products which are consumed in + lock to Mr. Richard T. }one!'. The
i pay the secretary of the committeea + OF STARKE,
He obtained no relief there and he Colon, and is very complete in all salary of $100 per year.A the form of condition in which they + E. S. Matthews ,president. + ceremony was performed |hy Rev. F.
its appointments, and on this occasion B. Johns at 7:30. The bride, a petite
4 was taken to the home of his aunt, resolution introduced by G. P. are produced: +
about five hundred visitors were } brunette, looked charming it white
where he died. I Rainey of Hillsborough county, providing + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
The remains were brought to were taken care of comfortably.A "for the nomination of candi- embroidered voile and the bridesmaid -

Starke Wednesday afternoon. Fun- trip was made to Old Panama, dates of the Democratic party for JUDGE GARINER'S COURT BRADFORD BOY SUCCEEDSMr. Miss Annie Heminijway, 3 co'isin of

and Panama and County Judge Geo. A. Gardiner disposed the bride, bad her j beauty enhanced
the home City, we accompanied -
eral services were held,at non-elective officers in the regular primary R.V.. Pinholster, a Bradford
Colon their of the following cases Wednes- by'pink voile. Mr. V. A. P*>well acted
; of his grandmother, Mrs. F. D. Wain- them to on special to be held on the first Tuesday county boy, who is now located at ..
afternoon at 2 o'clock, train to witness their departure, which day: as best man to the groom;; A large
right, Thursday after the first Monday in June, A.D. Tarpon Springs, is evidently making
conducted by Rev. Clear of Gaines- was made amid waiving of handker- 1914." This resolution brought on Oliver Wiliiams, colored carrying good, according to the following from number of witnesses were present' ,

ville, and he was laid to rest in Crosby chiefs and music b'y the band: some discussion, but it was adopted I I[ concealed weapons, .$100 and costs, the Tarpon Springs Progressive."The both relatives and friends of the bride"

lake cemetery. While their stay was very short, or fcur months in jail. resignation of W. M. Smith from Starke, as Tssell as ;:from :the

+" Little Frank was a favorite among it was a real pleasure to see the unanimously. Oscar Roberson, colored, carrying as assistant ,cashier of the Sponge Alfalfa .and Germantown settlements, It

-='- his schoolmates and his classmates faces of some of our former neigh- concealed weapons, $100 and costs, or Exchange bank resulted in the pro- where the contracting parties are well

. at Sunday school, and many and bors and to shake hands of those who HEALTH HINT 4 months in jail.J. mction of R. W. Pinholster, who has known and popular, After tlie-con)

oJ beautiful were the floral tributes from lived with us in Starke years ago, and An article on the "Spread of Tuber- A. L. Glays, assault and battery been bookkeeper, to. the position of gratulations: .refrfshjrients: jconbistinp

fi! these and other sources. His vacant we trust this visit will be repeated, culosis," in a recent number of the upon the person of E. S. Royer, $5 assistant cashier. Mr. Pinholster has of hot chocolate ard fake were serv d.

lj desk at school was covered with when more time will be allowed in Journal of the American Medical As- and costs or 30 days in jail. I been in the large apartment of the The groom, lately: ; from the Wftt,

ly beautiful floral emblems of esteem which to enjoy the many items of sociation, points to the conclusion that The case of Lottie Moore, charged !! bank for some time, and makes a is a young man of bierling {Character, .

I Wednesday and Thursday. The entire interest to be found here. the main factor in decreasing the with selling whiskey, was continued handsome appearance in the cage up a truck grower of the AlfaJfa settlement

,;'. school was dismissed Thursday afternoon Respectfully, death-rate from that disease has been to Wednesday. April 1. in front. lIe is succeeded in the posi The )ride daughter; of our

'' as a tribute of respect and teachers C. R. Ensley, Superintendent. hospital and sanatorium care for the tion of bookkeeper by Harry Craig, former fellow-townsman Mr. 0. 0. -

fy and pupils mourned as one at the sick ones. WRECK ,NEAR BUDA son of J. N. Craig, and who was formerly Johns, had of late made her home '

: bier of their little dead friend, whose IIYDROPHOiH.SUSPECTED This gives the sick a chance to get The engine, tender and one freighti assistant bookkeeper at the with her aunt, Mrs Amanda Jones j"

last resting members bank. Both well and is one of Staike's )arJ.omc
consigned to its well, and protects the well Greek-American are
1 body$ was Dr. A. H. Freeman and Dr. J. P. i car cf train Xo. 101 were derailed on I and popular hdies. '
Mr.
place by the hands of his loving of the family from the constant re- I I known young men. Mr. Pinholster is young and
k the Ruda branch of the Wannee division -
Tomlinson I
were summoned Wednes- Mrs. Johns '
school fellows. The doors of the business infection which would make them sick. also city treasurer." haveecre to ,.,j.wk *ping -
't day to diagnose the case of Dan I near Buda Saturday. A broken at Alfalfa and! have the beat
.j, houses in the city were closed It is a matter of common record that,
Marshall, colored, of near Crosby lake',I flange on the tender caused the CEMETERY WORKING wishes from their many f: r.ds for
services. cared for in the
funeral where the siek
during the hour of the are
B
who is reported to have been bitter I trouble. The wrecking outfit was We are requested to announce thata a happy and prosperous filer
children of the
home, the family, at
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:j'", some time ago by a rabid dog. Although promptly dispatched to the scene, but cemetery working will be held at '
least take the disease and unless
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tE Marshall has developed some removed become several hours yare required to right' I the B. J. Sapp cemetery on Wednes- Attorney T. G. :Futch, ,of LaVo I
:Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Muller, of of the symptoms pecuilar to hydrophobia consumptive. Especially the train which did not arrive in,
day, April 1. Everybody is cordially Butler, candidate for
y : is this true in the indigent family. repru'enUiivefrom .
" Georgia, visited their son Mr. F. M. they are not definite enough as. Starke until Sunday evening. invited to come and bring rakes, hoes Bradford count), was *,n Stark..
Muller and family, here Friday and l yet to complete a of e>>
diagnosis th

E Saturday. J case. Telegraph ?1.50 per year. Telegraph $1.50 per year. beautify this city of the dead. fences. .

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J ; :'" GIGANTIC SEA WAVES.


f e; Force of Those Raised by Earthquakes Beef and Milk AplentyCattle

One And Two Horse Disc or Violent Storms. for beef production t
The term tidal wave is erroneously are kept for fwo purposes To;do Anytime an,of my cattle
and for milk production. wftwjgj
applied' to almost any unexpected wave get anything wrong
Harrows that inundates the seacoast or the they must be healthy. There IS. "JJ or to> make with them I jive them a .
keep them in continued sick of- few'doses of Bee Dee
j shore of a great lake. These waves them well quickly when than a tCw doses STOCK MEDICINE.
''are rarely if ever due to the tides i
Plows Combination Cotton and Corn Planters and They soon get welL
Planting i since the real tidal wave is a phenomenon STOCK John S.Carroll.A'.oorhead .
ri Fertilizer Distributors. Complete Line Plow Shapes. Low Prices. admitting of exact calculation and Bee Dee MEDICINE Miss ;
prediction, but they may be traced usually -

Hardware DeWitt C. Jones Lumber to some distant earthquake or violent Stirs up the liver-Drive 25c, sac and $1. per can.

JJI : storm. disease poisons away. At your dealers L
I When an earthquake occurs ben,3ththe P. B.2
sea the vertical movements of the i
9s
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sea bed generate a great wave whichis .

: LABELED 3Y CARLYLE.The THEY DON'T WASTE WORDS. propagated outward from the centerof _
I ACUTE APPENDICITIS. the shock and reaches the land after
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the arrival of the earth wave. In the .
t It U Dangerous Only When There U Tag He Plastered Upon. a Famous Nyasaland Natives Exist In a State of open sea this wave is so broad that it r

I 'J. Delay In Operating. English Historian.In Partial Coma. cannot be perceived, but when it reaches 0 JI lt '
the "Letters of Charles ,
Eliot Norton"
ci; "Acute appeudklts calls lor immediate Referring to the native peculiarities shallow water near the shore it REGEI YING TE1lER
},. Dr. Grove is-this amusing epistle which was in Nyasaland. the author of "Hunting rushes forward immense breaker 1r
J surgery. says Wtsley: i it" as an -
written by Norton in 1873: the Elephant In Africa," C. II.
Vincent instructor in surgery sit the Captain sometimes sixty feet or more high '
The other day Froude said to me: Stigand. l
comments certain
on a state I IBANK
t k New York >tsndiiate Medical School and overwhelming everything in its
"It's a great shame that some oneshouldn't of coma into which the "boys" deSl'endwhen
:::: and Hospital. Dr. Yiiaeut insisted that course. fI
i-, keep a record of Carlyle'stalk. there is no active work for themto
there was uu nu'dk-al treatment fur The sandy beach deposits and loose
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He never fails to say something do, or at least when there is no compulsion -
t' acute appendicitis and that the mortal- bowlders are swept away while inland
I memorable or admirably humorous. to do it He believes that the
due the surface is strewn with debris. The I
Ky following operation was always II !
Why, be called somebody the other day native is capable of assuming a statein I
to delay, the being called in velocity of these great sea waves is
surgeon '"
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I i;, When too late "Pray," said I. "who is it that deserves tached and not working; and when in greater than the ordinary waves raised I Boon f
of in the wind. A submarine
'The by earthquake
percentage mortality operations "
1 such a label? But Froude had such a state he is only recalled by a
p for acute appendicitis under- forgotten. Some days after start to his present surroundings. dear the coast of Japan in 1854: gaverise

taken in the early stages of the inflammation ward I asked Carlyle to whom he had The life of the head man of a vil- I to sea waves which traversed the
is shown by hospital rtatistics in whole breadth of the Pacific at a rate !
applied the phrase but he had forgotten lage Nyasaland. when not engaged I
low. It is nil. of I.out :TO miles an hour. At Smoda,
to be very practically and said he trusted he was not to in the strenuous pursuit of his official
The mortality In medically treated duties is .la pin. the waves were thirty feet
( be made accountable for all the ex- something like this: At sun-
.. '; cases that are allowed to go on travagant phrases be had uttered In rise he crawls out of his hut and sits liLli. while! at San Diego. Cal., they I : /

to gangrene and rupture with general talk-there would be "verra many to outside. After a short time his wife lUtt.Miii-il only sis: inches. Such an
peritonitis is practically 100 per cent. rise in judgment" against him-but he crawls out and offers him some food. earthquake wave near the coast of -ii4/i//ii-i
.. while late surgery in such cases saves wouldn't disown "the inspired red her- He eats this and then makes his way Peru once lifted a gunboat of the Unit- '
comparatively few." ring." to a tree, perhaps a hundred yards ed States navy and landed it a mile MONEY TAKES WINGS _* 'r =

Appendicitis is common among children I told all this to Forster. abusing from the village. Under this he sits in inland.-Kansas City Star.
I between five and fifteen years of Fronde at the flame time much to Car deep abstraction till about noon a LOOK HERES THE WAY ,
age. There is no particular food that lyle's amusement.which was increased child brings him some food and water. \
fj can be singled out as especially liable when Forster broke out: "By heavens After partaking of this he moves a lit; Parliament and Congress.The TO STOP IT .
I to cause it unless possibly fruits having my dear Norton I heard that previous tie so as to get the afternoon shade. British parliament and the Unit
He then sits in deep meditation until ed States congress; have'many pointsof
I' small pits or seeds. Delay Is more utterance but I, too, have forgotten to
i : dangerous In children than In adults. whom it was fitted. Mrs. Forster will and sunset when he crawls into his but difference. The parliament Is practically will start downtown with $50 in hit pocket. On his way he '
goes to sleep. omnipotent while the congress ,
'The described Dr. J. B. AMAH
f symptoms by
remember. But when we went to the
Sometimes he Is is bank. If he deposits $40 of.:his $50 he will be mote
- Murphy come In definite order at approximately drawing room Mrs. Forster could not joined by a few oth- subject not only to the provisions of pass a
I r.a regular intervals. They i remember, and Forster called down er old men under his tree. They hcrdly the constitution but to the president'sveto. sparing in his expenditures. Money will not TAKE WINGS!

If, f- are: 1 First pain in the abdomen sudden wrath on her and himself. The next ever speak to each other, and if they 'Congress represents the people. little currency and a FAT CHECK BOOK is better combination thanan 4
: say anything it is to make some obvi- while parliament to .all intents and
j; and severe; second, nausea and morning the post brought me a note WAD OF GREENBACKS and an ANAEMIC CHECK
' ous remark as, "There is a dog." "Yes, purposes is the people. -New York elephantine
'I t. vomiting within a few hours, most from him at breakfast time which contained
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it is a dog." "Oh," "Ah," and a further American. BOOK!
within three four hours
h commonly or only the name Henry Thomas

i! after the onset of pain: third general Buckle. period of silence ..:..-._ -- --- -.
Thoughtless."I
/ abdominal sensitiveness most nTarked -
i' offered Chollle for his
on the right side or, more particularly, His Training. In the Customary Place.A thoughts. a penny We solicit account.
ever the appendix:: fourth rise of "He looks like a graduate of somemilitary well known English bishop some "Did get them?" your
; temperature two to twenty-four hours academy." "He isn't though.He time since lost his third wife. A clergyman you
I- "No. he was out of thoughts as
: after onset of pain-New York World. got his martial air while wearinga who had known the first wife i
nsual. Boston
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.proper care of the bowels. And the result of this foolish neglect is nine-tenths of all ill-health. .

If today you are unable to free your body of waste matter at the usual time, or if the act causes straining, I

pains and discomfort, don't let that condition occur again tomorrow. Unless your bowels can carry away the Will be of little the

waste materials left after food is digested, decay sets in, the poisons of which, taken up by the blood, increase ; use to .j ;

t the risk of Typhoid Fever, Appendicitis, and many other serious diseases. .

3 In .treating constipation, there is a right way and a wrong way. The wrong way is to take harsh purgatives i patient unless compounded in strict I: : j

which even though they do clear the bowels, cause griping and nausea, injure the delicate tissues, and '

I so disturb the normal functions as to cause the return of constipation. The right way is to help Nature to : accordance with your physician's instructions ; ; 1.., "",

produce natural movement, .without pain or discomfort, by using brig it here where we use only the purest drugs, the .'f :;$ ".

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who suffered from constipation, due treatment for a long time, because your bowels act right, tell us so and

to lack of exercise, or indigestion instead of driving we'll give back. your money without

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I everything.-Kissimmee Journal ; Spencer will assist them in securing become disgrunted with Canada's She R m mbtred. ;.

Truly the soil of Florida will grow these allotments, and eventually an long winter climate, called at the offices Aunt Jane is quite absent minded I-

rLIVE Indian be established and when she started on a short Jour- .
STATE NEWS Simon Pentz, who lives west of agency may in Baltimore stating that he ney, a few weeks igo, each member

Grant about a mile, sent the biggest among these tribes. They are only represented quite a large number of of the family labored to impress on '. .;.,.. ;
2,000 acres in the East Coast reservation her that she must not forget other
radish to Melbourne few any
up a day r
while the Everglade Indians have farmers who had become interested in parcels or belo!) ln"S.: When she +
ago that we have ever seen. It
about 28,000 acres, and are in nowise our organization and desired to settlein reached ber destination she wrote at -
Things That Are Happening In Florida as Told weighs 15 pounds, is sixteen inches concerned about allotments. Thereare once of bar safe arHr.l and closed
one of the Southern States, going
long and 23 inches in circumference.This with the f.Jllawlng'pos:clipt:
now 574 Seminoles in Florida of
By Our Exchanges. is only one of several monster into intensive cattle farming. This I remembered! what you said about-1
whom 380 in Lee and the
are county,
\ J radishes that Mr. Pentz has grown balance little group of farmers desire to forgetting and tried to be as thought +
; near \1iami.-Fort Myers ful as possible.. I negjj-ctt'd. though.to .
recently on his place. He has sold his Press. secure about 2,000 acres of land for have my trunk ixtiiecked at the a.

The people of Sebring and this guilty of manslaughter in the circuit bean and pepper crops at fine profit,I this purpose, and Florida's opportuni. junction, and think I must bare left e
averaging not less than $3.00 per Close figures in and out of the exchange lunch at the window when
to form them- court here. The trial my I
vicinity are seeking consumed almost I ties as a cattle raising State have
hamper and in some cases as high as believe that there are not bought my ticket

selves into a special road and bridge a week. Chancey's wife, Nancy, $8.00. Mrs. Pentz looks after the more than three-quarters of a million been placed before these people, andit I must Ime forgotten my umbrella.

district for the purpose of building a equally aged, was found daad in her poultry and is meeting with excellent boxes of citrus fruit in the State, and is hoped that they will be securedfor too. when I changed cars, but I cannot
hard surface road. They have found room. The couple had been
separatedand imagine what could have become of
success. She reports 3996 eggs from R. P. Burton, sales manager of the Florida.
that it is very hard to get roads under it was supposed robbery was the t my shawl. I suppose I neglected to ,
24 hens last year with every indica- exchanges is authority for the state- .
the present system and now they are motive of the crime, and a large I put my comb and brush back in the 7
tion of better record this Mr. ment that 90 cent. of the i
a year. per oranges A Smile. bag after uSing them but I feel con- ;
roads
to that the of
trying arrange so amount supposed to be
money Pentz has been farming his land and 60 per cent. of the grapefruitstill What a sight; tlit-ie is in that won fident that some one stole my jet'
can be built for this district by the : several thousand dollars
disappeared which he purchased of the Florida left are in the hands of the ex "smile:" It chutes like a chameleon brooch, as I do not !!see how I could
people of the district themselves.- and has never been found. The trial
Indian River Land Company less than change. As the fruit outside is in There is vacant smile a smile! ol possibly bare mislaid it.

Sebring News. of Joe and Jesse Barrs, prominent three years ago and is certainly mak- the hands, of people not antagonistic I' hate. u satiric! smile. an affe.-ted smile. I got on quite nl9elY. though, and

young'men of the county, is now in :. but above all there is a smile of lot'e.Ilaliburton. .- had a real pleasant journey.-Youth's ;
.Jumping a sixteen-foot embank- ing a good showing.-Melbourne to the exchange and as Florida fruit
Thay charged with Companion. :
ment on the ocean boulevard, while irogress. are Times.W. I is now bringing excellent prices in I .
shooting and killing Dr. Lewis, a I
going at high speed, last waek, the both new and old markets, Mr. Bur- .
physician who was equally as prominent L. Green and Arthur E. Ford, I
automobile belonging to I. D. Waltz, ton hopes to make a fine showing of
as the defendants. two Plant City business men, took .
of Lake Worth, was completely sales this year. Up to Saturday noon
in the of ,Tampa Wednasday,
sights
wrecked and two of the joy riders, Mackerel have begun to bite and 17,565 cars of citrus fruit had been i i

Minnie Brady and Bessie Brady, are the fishermen are getting their tackle chief wonderful among headless them being chicken that of which the shipped out of the State this year. As H When You WAnt,3}

at the city hospital with probably ready. Some good catches of mackerel the average of boxes to the car is now
Arthur Schleman, the well known dog
fatal injuries. Laura Harned received were reported down the bay yester- in the neighborhood of 330, this means I :,
catcher of has in his I
slight injuries, but was able to go day. The mackerel were large even Tampa, posses- 5,796,450 boxes of fruit have left the

to work next day in the laundry of though no large number were caught. sion Ford out states on that Tampa the Heights.chicken acts Mr. State. With 750,000 boxes still on I A Horse A MulerI

the Royal Poinciana, where all the The fish are said to be lean and hun- I' the trees, the total crop this year will|
about like blind that he I
just a one
girls are employed.The gry and the fight harder than usual. run to 6,546,450, which is about what ;
does not move around a great deal, I
No mackerel were caught oft the piers the estimates at the opening of the
church started the but still lives and to be in
$40,000 by seems a A A
yesterday but it is expected that they season forecasted. The number of Buggy Wagon
Methodists of Orlando last summeris perfectly healthly condition. The
boxes to the car is being steadily increased -
will begin in a few days to bite off
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chicken lost his head when Schleman "
now nearing completion. Superin- ,
by the good methods of packing -
the piers which will be lined with i
tendent C. E. Howard expects to hold failing in capturing it alive, shot it,
introduced the
fishermen day. Fishing is later by exchange. The.
the first Sunday school services in it every the bullet just clipping the famous ASetofliarnessCome
than usual this season on account of average last year was increase over i
The will bird's head off but otherwise not injuring
Easter morn. carpenters -
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the cold weather that has prevailed the year before. The number of boxesin
begin laying the floor this week. The him. The fowl is fed througha I
during March, but the weather now the exchange cars will average 360
Pierce Electric company of Tampahas glass tube, through which his only
while it is believed that the
seems to be nettled and the water is averagefor
completed the installation of asemiindirect nourishment is derived, and has livedin t to See UsWe
getting warm which means that the the State will run to 330 all right.
lighting system, this present headless state for sixteen -
includ-I I mackerel will soon be around the pier. Many: advantages in the closer pack-
ing a large number of days, and has every aspect of
-St. Petersburg Independent. ing are pointed out by the citrus ex buy in car lots and give our customers ,
turas with opalescent globes, which living a normal life.-Plant City '
perts. Fewer cars are needed to the benefit of the lowest prices.
will the entire struc- Courier.A .
brilliantly light Farmers and lumbermen have been handle the same quantity of fruit

ture. put out of business at all points along Wildwood dispatch says: A tele- which, in case of a car shortage is .

Mrs. Rebecca Burns, who lives on the Suwannee river for over a week phone message received here this mighty important matter not onlyto i

Palm street, was surprised to find, a now on account of the excessive ovar- morning by W. C. Kilgore, justiceof the railroad but to the shipper as J. W. ANDREWS & SON
flow. in the Withlacoocheeriver -
The water
well The sale of a carload of
day or two ago, among her brood of the peace, from Mr. Goetze, who oranges -

little 'biddies" one with four legs, all was backed by the Suwannee, operates a saw mill at Bamboo, in- means the sale of more boxes of fruit ,

of which are developed and used: The causing an overflow only twenty-five I, the place he found three negroes dead. thus cutting down the cost of sale and

inches less than in April, 1912, at the fruit is apt to make the journeyto
freak caused quite a furore among been killed during the night before at I
which time the Seaboard Air Line was market in better shape if well Starke FloridaIiwuuutWw
the colored people in the neighbor- his mill. Mr. Kilgore at once em-
unable to pass a train here for eight packed than if the is true. ,
,hood, some taking it as an omen of paneled a jury and went to the scene reverse i

evil, and others, less superstitious, regarded days on account of a mile and a of the killing for the purpose of hold- -Tampa ,Times. I -;
of its tracks under
the chick just as a curiosity.The quarter being ing an inquest, and when he reachedthe Since State Manager Richardson'r ,
water. The log road of West Brothers
freat! has been obtained by a place he found three ngeroes dead.
started work for the Southern Set-
is under and have been
local man, who will have it exhibitad water they The evidence before the jury was that tlement and
Development Organization WHENEVER YOU NEED
unable to run their sawmill for a
at various .places.-Tarpon. Springs week, as Ts also the case with the the three men got into a difficulty ata Florida department, in October -.

Progressive. dance and Precious Elkins shot and last, he has traveled upwards of 25- .
Columbus Lumber Company at this
The affable Gus A. Morton of Willis- wate-rs killed Hazel Patterson. John Patterson 000 miles in the interests of Florida,
place. Tha are receding now A GENERAL TONIC TAKE GROVE'SThe
brother of Hazel Patterson shot -
ton was in Gainesville Thursday for.a and if no more rain occurs business going nearly as far north as the Arc-

few hours while en route to Jackson- should resume its normal move within Elkins, and after being shot, Elkins tic Circle and nearly as far south as
struck John Patterson on the head the In October in
ville on a business mission. Mr. Mor- a week.-Ellaville Note in Times- Equator. company Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is
with rifle killed him and in a Equally ,
a aid with C. S. Ucker, director of coloniza- v
ton has an of 110 acres planted .
acreage Union.
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to cucumbers and reported them in short while Elkins died from the tion, he visited all the western wheat Valuable as a General Tonic because it Acts on the Liver, .

fine condition, most of the plants already Master Danitte Rainey, the 12yearold wounds he received. No one else was provinces of Canada, studying the Drives Out Malaria Enriches the Blood and Builds up I -

exhibiting four leaves. The son of Mrs. V. E. Rainey of this I implicated in the fight except the emigration problems of that Dominion the Whole System For Grown People and Children.I ; ;

cuke outlook at Williston never look- city, ';was seriously hurt last Thurs- !three men that were killed. and the causes that led up to the

ed better, he said, and the only anxie- day afternoon by being hit on the With sixty delegates representing large amount of American immigration You know what you are taking when you take Grove't Tasteless chill Tonics c

ty felt concerning the crop is the head .by a batted ball while at playon into Canada, and the present con- the formula is printed on every label showing that it contains the well known
fifteen counties in the State
fear that the interim between now the green adjacent to the school present, ditions, and investigated the chancesof tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It is is strong as the strongest bitter

and Easter-April 12-may bring a building. It seems that two games the State Drainage Association was getting some of these American tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It ha no equal for !rfaJ ,'Chills and Fever
Thursday afternoon of last Weakness and loss of Gives life -
organized and
general debility appetite. vigor Nailing
frost.-Gainesville Sun. were in progress, one between boysof farmers back into the Southern
week in Bartow. Following preliminary Mothers and Pale, Sickly Children. Removes Biliousness without purging. ;
about the unfortunate youth's States. Already some good results
age organization procedure, during Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the liver to action sod
A plan is on foot among the friendsof and the other between the grown up have come of this extensive tour, as the blood. A True Tonic and A I
purifies SareAppetizer. Complete Strengtaener.
which Hon. F. C. Boyer president of
,
Colonel Theodore Roosevelt to have
young men, and the ball that struck one of the American farmers who has No family should be without it. Guaranteed by your Druggist We meaD it. SOl:.
the Tampa Board of Trade, was elect-
the colonel re-enter the United States
young Rainey had baen hit by one of r
ed chairman and S. F. Sherman, sec-
via Santiago de Cuba, Havana and the young men, some distance away.

Key West. If this plan carries, the No one regrets the accident more than rotary of the Apalachicola Chamberof .

colonel will revisit the battlefields of he does. Young Rainay was uncon- Commerce, was elected secretary, .

the Spanish-American war and his officers to serve permanently were
scious for many hours after the accident -
visit to Cuba' will be an occasion of decided on. The following were elect-
being attended by Drs. Wil- THE LAST r
great ceremony. H. L. Anderson, national liams, McEachern and Glover. He is ed on the recommendation of the |
I committee organization and reso-
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committeeman of the Progres- reported steadily improving now and.
sive party for Florida, will furnish lutions: Geo. W.' Oliver, of Bartow,
his is for. '
early hoped .
the colonel a special train from Key -M. N. recovery president; E. L. Mack, of Bartow, Georgia Sunshine Corn Whiskey Il t

West to Jacksonville, and the colonel secretary. and treasurer; W. 9. Jen-

will make a tour of the Atlantic sea- I It looks very much like Ocala is to nings, of Jacksonville; A. W. Gil-

board. have a canning factory in the very christ, of Punta Gorda; E. Nelson That Will Ever be Offered for Sale

near future.! The board of governorsof Fell, of Fellsmere, P. A. Vans Agnew,

Disgusted because he has been unable the board of trade held a special. of Kissimmee, and S. F. Sherman, of

to land a sea bass weighing fifty meeting last sight to consider a prop- Apalachicola, vice presidents. Ad- Bottled in Bond 5 Years old. ,

pounds or more, though he has caughta delivered the follow..
osition from Mr. Emmons, representing dresses were by

dozen or more twenty-five pounders, the National Fruit Products Com- ing authorities on drainage matters. w '

including a thirty-five pound specie pany of Boston, Mass., who submitteda Hon. Chas. G. Elliott, former chief of THIS TELLS THE TALE
in the Banana river which he {
men number of propositions, and it is almost United States drainage investigationfor

landed in thirty-five minutes a few quite sure that one of the num- the Department of Agriculture, YOUR Florida Tuna'9:iii4.Sunday, March YOUR
Cot Nat Cohen has
days passedup
ago ber will be accepted. It is claimed Washington; State Chemist Capt. R.
bass fishing and is going after LAST CHAS. BLUM CO.
sea of Fellsmere LAST
that more profits are made from the E. Rose, E. N. Fell, ;
the record fresh water fish. His first author of State BUYS LAST OFGEORGIA .
oranges, lemons and other fruits Senator J. H. Drane, CHANCE
: was last Thursday when he CHANCE
Attempt
grown in Italy and canned than from drainage bill known as Senate bill No. CORN

placed himself well in the lead by the sale of the fruits. California is 389; Hon. George W. Oliver, of Bar- WHISKEY DEAL RUNNING INTO
landing a fourteen pound big mouthed
following Italy's example, and it now tow, and Senator J. H. Humphries, of THOUSANDS MADE
black bass in one of the lakes west of Buy It
Tribune. Buy It
Melbourne. In with Cot looks as if Florida will do likewise. Manatee county.-Ft. Pierce Tofaf' of 2,150 Cases in Storage There ,

Bills and C. N. Tinny.company Mr. Cohen got This proposition from the National That the Seminoles of Florida are By the Case Since Prohibition Law of 1907 By the CaseOne
Fruit Products Company is, we hope,
over seventy pounds of black bass in an opening wedge. The propositionlooks in the most thriving condition they 6?the largest deals in whiskey that has

a short time.-Melbourne Times. have ever been, is the report broughtby ever been mack in the South was consummated """' '

very encouraging.-Ocala Ban- Dean L. A. Spencer, special Indian 4 Fall Quarts yesterday by the Charles Blum LCothd well 4 Full Quarts '
At a meeting held at the Town ner. known wholesale whiskey
commissioner who is in town today
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Hall Thursday night of last week, a contract buying the entire output of the largest
Many attempts have been made, to from an extended sojourn at Glade $4. 00 distillery in Georgia. The deal calls for the immediate $4.00
the Hawthorne Law and Order Leaguewas
our knowledge, to grow raspberriesin Cross Mission. Mr. Spencer is on his delivery of 2.150 case of Georgia Sunshine -

organized. Permanent officers this community and particularly in to the East Coast, where he will bottled in bond whiskey. s
elected. The of this way This;is the last lot of that
were purpose com whiskey: was
Kissimmee without marked visit the Cow Creek and Miami In- 12 Full Quart 12 Full
organization( as stated at the meet- success. made in the State of Georgia before it went dry, Quart
But the feat has been accomplishedat dians, in the vicinity of Miami, and and in fact, u said to be the balance of( the com

ing, is the prevention of crime, and last by Mr. J. M. Wilson, Jr., in this will complete his inspection work Case $10.50Express whiskey: that was left in the State of Georgjain Case $10.50Express
its efforts will be chiefly directed toward any distillery since that state voted for prohibition.
his house garden at his residence on for the year. Dean Spencer went to
: the elimination of "blind tigers"in Arrangements are tang made to bring this
Lake street. Mr. Wilson has Glade Cross in January, an dhas been .
this community. To this end each suc- whiskey, which will take several railroad can to of
ceeded in a marked degree. Plants I living in the woods ever since. He Prepaid handle, to this city at once, and will be offered to
member pledges himself to pay $1 Prepaid
the trade by this well known firm.
several months old attention the Seminoles industriously en-
by particular found ,
as a reward for each blind tiger conviction -
secured here. As about fifty and pruning, have grown to gaged in caring for their crops whichare

persons have signed the membership be twenty-five feet in length, over quite extensive this year. The It u telling fast,.to you had better send your order at once. First Come, Pint

an inch in diameter at the base and Indians are growing fine sweet pota- :

agreement, it looks as though blind with many clusters of berries. The toes in raw hammock soil without Served. GET A CASE WHILE IT LASTS. All orders shipped day received. ]
tiger hunting should be a profitable
plants in the While hookworm is extremely ,
are now just midst of fertilizer.
sport around Hawthorne.-Santa Fe
Herald.A bearing and some of the white berriesare prevalent, Dean.Spencer says CHAS. BLUM CO. '

turning a delicious red. It would the Indians are otherwise in good t '

Bonifay dispatch says: Frank repay everyone interested in berry health. The East Coast Indians are The Largest and Oldest Mail Order House In The South.

Chancey, the aged resident of Wash- culture to look at the plants, and you being so hemmed in by the whites

ington county, tried on tha charge of may be sure that the courteous owner that they have asked for their allot- JACKSONVILLE- FLORIDA .

murdering his wife has been found will take pleasure in showing them. ments from the government. Dean i .., r

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r'.f.Irifori: city' Telegraph ,ARE; YOU_ 'A. SLAVE? sort of slavery. I I POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. SEABOARD TIME, TABLE.- 11111: + III IIIII" ,.

What kind of a. slave are you? And the slaves who dig their graves Political announcements not exceeding one On and after Sunday,' January '4, f CHURCHES" ,_t):.
inch in length will be printed under this '
Don't become hysterical in the assertion with their teeth-the gluttons- what beading for the uniform prjee of five dollars. 1914, trains, will run as follows: tl I + '

II t Local. Md Lang Distance' .Phone of your independence, your freedom of them? They jnjure themselves and I advance.. No. 3, Jacksonville to Tampadueat II Itl 1111. Baptist. 4.+ I'

Number 40 ; for you'are a very,rare sort of their posterity and are thus as mucha TAX COLLECTOR.I Starke 11:02 a. m.

.. a'person if yon are not serf'to some menace to society as some of the hereby announce that I aa: a candidate due Rev. C. VL Britton, pastor. SuV;.,
.. No. 1 Jacksonville to Tampa, "
: Published weekly, 'and L entered assecond habit, some condition, some other in- more flagrant sinners. They probablywill for re-election to the office of Tax Collectorfor day schwl 945, a..m. Morning service -
Bradford county. and solicit the votes of at Starke, 11:14 p.m.
}. '- claws matter at the post-office dividual or individuals. Absolute tell you that they believe in God; all Democratic electors.' I promise if elected 11 o'clock; evening service, .I;

: but locate him in the stomach. to discharge the duties of the office faithfully.'B. No. 15, Jacksonville to Cedar Key, Visitors cordially invited
; at Starke, Florida. freedom is a myth. In character, they ]I. DOWL1NG. o'clock. V)'
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< mind or body each of us, is a slave. They area miserable lot of folk. We due at Starke 3:10 p.m. worship with us. ",

> E. S. Matthews Editor and Owner By what name is your master called? find their animal type in the stys. FOR TAX COLLECTORI No. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville, due Episcopal *

** 'i; r F. E.'. Bobbins, ___ Associate Editor, Are you the ,slave of drink, or of i They take on diseased fat throughover take this manner of announcing my candidacy at Starke, 2:37 p.m. 4 Rev. C. A. Sherrod, rector. Sjrr;
for the office 'of Tax Collector of Brad.
e .it.. *. and BBUBCM Manager' drugs, or of coffee, tobacco, or of lust, indulgence at the table, or they'I ford County, subject to the Democratic/ Primary No. Tampa to Jacksonville, due vices first Sunday in every month. -it
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or. of avarice, or of pride, or of anger, grow thin .and wretched in paymentof in June. and earnestly solicit the support at Starke, 4:54 aim Christian.
I of the electors at same. I pledge prompt lk..
; Stark ;Ftorida.Frday.. March 2.:,1914 or of gluttony, or of work, or"of some their debt to outraged nature. and-effieient service if elected. .No., 14, Cedar Key to Jacksonville, ,
nJ-strils' E. R. POPPELL. Rev. John, MnC'ady pastor. Ser....;}
man of Their and distinguish .
or woman or'corporation, or lips due at Starke 7:45 a.m. ..., : first and third
'es at 3 p. m. Sunday'ofjthe \
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I social customs of superstition them wherever they Theyare .,
or or
:: may go. Brach. month. .
animal and Wannee
j' The public U a peculiar FoR TAX COLLECTORI Starke .
of of ? How is not to look while l $
fear, or opinion your pretty upon !
: am a candidate for the off ce of Tax Collector 5:45: a.m f(
Starke PresLyterian.
,"ff master named, and don't you nerve they ,feed. Many of them,fight this j of Bradford C cnty. Florida and respectfully ,No. 101 leaves i j -
: solicit the of the voters at Starke 2BO: p.m.: regular
support arrives at
; Fools, build, houses and wise men that master faithfully and well? slavery, and many of them break the primary election on the 2nd day of June. I No. 104 No pastor. Sunday school'j_

J.. live in them. their chains, becoming normal once 1914. If elected I promise faithful and efficient i iI Seaboard Limited Trains 9 and 10 at 10 a. m. ;
man
who
Is there a living really is service with due regard to the welfareof

j captain of his soul? 'Is there one more, or nearly so. I all citizens and, tax pjiyers. No. 9, Jacksonville to Tampa,,dd! Methodist.,
.. Respectfully a W. ALDERMAN
f There U'alwsys a woman in the among us-man or woman-who can ; And so we might go on in-,'this at Starke 12:51 p.m. i:; v ; Rev. B. T; Rape, pastor. Sunday> h

case-and a man.: look the world in the, eyes, saying: dreary cataloguing of the serfs of I FOR COUNTY TREASURER.I No. 10, Tampa to Jacksonville,'due school at' 9:45, a. m. Morning ser"1t'.

Jl \ "I am' free; I owe no allegiance to appetite and passion; we might call hereby announce myself a candidate for tSt vice at 11 o'clock; evening service 'J 'rs

especial attention to the slaves' of the democratic nomination for the office of y
well liked any. man or combination of men, nor Bradford Florida .
A knocker' is about as i I county treasurer of county.
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to any custom or appetite or passion anger. Anger holds its victims with subject to the action of the white democraticI i 14
S < as a wet towel an iron hand. It drives them with a .I voters at the next primary election. I solicit
t the support of every voter of the county and ,
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whip of scorpions. It compels their promise. yon faithful service if elected. .

r' It is a credit to a man_to incur the Humanity cannot break its shackles, insistent. service,. and the longer the T. F. RIVERS.
and in many instances would not care
enmity of some men. service the greater the moral de-
to do so. Without servitude in a cer- terioration.Let FOR COUNTY TREASURER.I .
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c tain could have no society.We hereby announce that I am a candidate I.
sense we
r little us pass the liars, the misers, the for nomination, for the office of county treasurer -
Bless is he that, expects are gregarious, and we are dependent of Bradford county subject to the actionof
slaves of and and
for he shall be-disappointed. 'each other. That sort of 'pride ,superstition the democratic voters at the next primaryelection.
on other evil masters-what must we do I solicit the support of all the
servitude may be dismissed; with a democratic electors in the county and promise,
to be saved? How shall we cease if elected,
'' to discharge the duties of the office
',1 Married men oltj! maids and word. We must pay taxes; we must faithfully. -
: envy, being slaves to our passions and appetites I
old maidi envy married women. obey the laws, both social, civil and W. W. ROBERTS.FORT .
? There is but one way, and
,. criminal but these other forms of
,
,. that is to-do it. Any man or woman I COUNTY TREASURERI
servitude, what'of them? hereby announce myself for the office of
The best school for the study of slave can break the chains of habit I County Treasurer and solicit the votes of the
We heard fellow to
a a
human nature b a office. young say whenever the will is untrammeled; Democrats at the coming primary. U electedI
3 newspaper
woman on the street last night: "I've promise to faithfully discharge my duty. invited
t. but one of the saddest things in the j: M. BROWNLEE.
got to have seven cent. solution '
my per world is the realization that in I
t % Will Fletcher continue'to stand on : She the
of cocaine! tried to inducehim
FOR COUNTY TREASURER
.... .. his record, or will he run'on it later' not to get it Sha called him a case of one form of slavery above referred I I hereby anounce myself a candidate dor

! ':;' on?. to, the woman's only hope I the office of County Treasurer of Bradford i
I .r- fool, and he was that. She begged h'not County and respectfully solicit the support
< seems to lie in the kiss of death. I
of the voters of Bradford county and promise
to it but he that he
.1 > get swore
if elected to the duties of
faithfully discharge
"London has a club for professionalwomen. 1would Aside from this exception compare
the office.
have it. The( couple passed
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." They ought to try one on tive freedom may be won. You will G. W. HAZEN
and
beyond our hearing soon they
i' the suffragettes. not find it in sanitariums or in bottles.
:. were lost to view; but it is as certainas FOR COUNTY TREASURER
You find it in the arsenal of
be certain that he may I hereby announce myself a candidate for
', The soft'drink habit is positively anything can your m !1d. At least you may find the office of County Treasurer and solicit the
did get it. They always do. They support of the Democratic voters at the coming
harmful but in a lesser degree than there the weapons with which free primary.:
will buy, borrow, beg or.steal it It
the liquor habit J.VERNON JONES
dom mcy be won. It is the "I will!
i is a terrible: master. ,demands a
/ the "I will not!" that must determine
or
The best foundation for'a belief in I fearful price, and pay day comes quick FOR COUNTY TREASURERI
< the matter. Other things car I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor
,hell is the ,fact that if there is'none: ly. It dethrones the reason with a County Treasurer of Bradford, County,
there ought to be. accessory, but may be helpful Re subject to the action of the June primary 1
and lesser
violence unknown
to
whiskey -
ligion may help some; adventitious election and solicit the votes of all Democratic I 4
drinks and drugs. It breaks down electors. If elected. I will faithfully discharge !
j Jerome says it pays to be Neme-. agencies may assist; but after allis 1 the duties of .the office.
the nerve cells. It foreshadows insanity O. B.
.j y Times-Union. If it didn*$;, said and ;">ne, you must do it. No GORDON.

.'. Jerome.-'wouldn't be one. and swift collapse. Its slavesare mortal can do it for you. And there I' FOR COUNTY TREASURERI ;'.. We help those who : ai
a fearful, pitiable, dangerous lot .
is a limit to your ability to do.. That, hereby announce myself as t candidate '
of unfortunates for the office of county treasurer of Bradford themselves.
I i 'help
.l : Prophetically speaking, Florida is limit is practically remote in most county subject to the action of the

the brightest particular star on :Do they desire to break their cases. You even stand trembling;, t Democratic primary election in June and *'
chains? Very seldom. The "coke"ca'jr may promise if elected, to discharge the duties 7
Uncle Sam's shield. on the abyss of final defeat and still, of the office faithfully. and to the best of m,

and they go. They, will fight "come back." We can't restore. lost : ability. It"WILL be

Life insurance experts say spinsters fir it., They will;in time, be ready'to tissue, but we may restore courage E. L. ODOM. [ easy to ur-i}
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4 live .longer' than married women. It do murder for. it. Often'ey., don'nndc'r FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER

seems longer, at any rate. because of it. and character. We may never become I hereby announce myself as a candidate for chase that land house or farm you
what we might have become but the office of County Commisioner for DistrictNo. ,
And the morphine-takers, what of 2 (Lake Butler before '
) the
Hobson is campaigning on a motor- them? Another class of pitiable for our abandoned vices,' but we caD Primary in June. I believe in lower elected have been thinking about, if you open an :
become lage and careful management and if ,
a something infinitely better
cycle. The'-machine will furnish the slaves. They, too, so far as the drugis Will endeavor to have the county put account at this bank and show us that ableto 1
than you are :,
I necessary noise and smoke and smelL concerned liars'and thieves a slave. We should be too proud basis and discharge..all my duties faithfully.
are ,
Y4' t and often are led into the shadowland -and too sensible-to let any vicious R. J .ANDREWS handle yourself and your finances. We will help ?

"Yobth Gives Up 28 Inches of Skin \ thing master us.-Dayton (0.) Herald.
FOR
of crime. The drug disturbs the COUNTY COMMISSIONER you. Come in and talk it over. '
to Save HU Aunt" How much would, # I hereby announce myself as a candidate for 1FOR
judgment; numbs the. faculties aftera _, re-election to the office of County Commissioner '
a man give up Ho save his mother-in- : from District No. I and solicit the support ,
brief exhilaration. Then de.
comes FREE FREE '; of aU the
Democratic
electors in the
law? pression then ,the torture of desire! CY-CLO county .
; PATHIC.treatment fur ei :
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S. T. DOWLING.I Bradford
.-* Sacramento police-adopted the surest I again'; then the ,battle-for these almost the sick and makes thevweak'strong.We County Bank

always desire deliverance and, have hundreds (' testimonials; COUNTY COMMISSIONER .
c__ plan to discourage "I WontWork" .I .., I
hereby announce myself candidate for '
usually, defeat Morphine is a' reductive our best'referenc as Established 1889 '
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: army. ',when theJ'forced.them ,:; the office of County Commissioner to represent
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master for long time. It District No. 6, and solicit
respectfully the
I to, take a.bath. a No Cure 'No Pay. votes of all Democratic electors at the coming N. T.Hitch, Pru. W. T. Week; Ytee-Pra. E. P. Duncan. Caitii
f' is a deceiver, a. painter of splendid We cure Catarrh, Asthma, Bron.chitis primary-election. If elected, I promise to m t j

t 'r t Many people resemble John D. dreams, a whisperer of false hopes.It Rheumatism, [Fits, Paralysis, faithfully discharge my; duty J. L. UNDERHILL"

BOckefelloron: the top of the head, lulls while it stings. It is like the Heart, Lung, Skin, Blood, Kidney, I ...,

: i but very few resemble him in the region fabled vampire, which soothes its and Bladder Diseases and special COUNTY COMMISSIONER '

- '. of the' pocket' victims with soft-fanning, wings while Diseases of Men and Women office I hereby of county announce, commissioner my candidacy of Bradford for the REPRESENTATIVE -

the vital blood makingthe to represent District No. 2, and I hereby anounee myself a. candidate forreelection NOT MADE :BY SPOOKS.
What is. a. jackass? The 'U. S. ,, sucking away No matter what'' your disease, or county i .
promise to serve the people faithfully if to the House of Representatives forI .,..
.' customs officials have ruled that it is approach of.death ,a something weakness or who' has failed to.cure. elected., Bradford County and solicit the support of the

s i a horse. What are the customs officials desired rather than feared.. These I you, call and get our opinion. J. B. CREWS. faithfully Democratic promise voter in if elected the coming to discharge election and the House Noises' at Night That 8ound; ,

who, made that ruling? pale slaves walk the streets;.they are i Consultation Free and Confidential' COUNTY COMMISSIONER duties encumbent, upon me. Like UhoUfy Footfall- ,

in homes and of busi- I hereby A. D. ANDREWS. In old houses the boards and joists 'j
our our places Our consulting physician Dr. Long announce myself as a candidate for
Mrs. Cora Harris,says a woman is : the oVice of county commissioner of-Bradford forming the floors ire often In a,somewhat -"
ness. Look into their eyes and note will be at the following hotel parlors county from District No/. and respect' FOR REPRESENTATIVE unstable condition. Many floors'1are ,
,* born in search of husband., She the contraction of the pupils. where you can consult him fully solicit the support of all Democratic I hereby announce my candidacy for the :
privately voters. If elected I shall do full office of Representative from Bradford permanently bep{ with the traffic
might hare added that of them my duty. County
some, And the slaves of lust, what of and FREE and secure treatment .if ., D. W. PINHOLSTER. Florida subject to the will of the Democratic of generations. Others are still tinder'bgoing
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: also die in search of husbands. them? They constitute the.great t you wish. electors in the June primary the support of the warping process. It is easy;/ '
whom I respectfully solicit and I ;;
to
c' army. Billy Sundays army of drunkards We know what Cydapathie treat I COUNTY COMMISSIONER be faithful to the trust reposed in promise me should to Imagine a Poor which la in a perfect- <_

The word "suffragette" is a term on its grand march to perditionwould med will do and to prove' it to election hereby to the announce office of myself county a candidate commissioner for I be. elected., JOE HILL ly ripe condition for the production, of' :--

of, reproach. A woman in Colognewas not make will you.'I from District No. I (Lawtey and Raiford) WILLIAMS. ghostly BoundS ',.,,'
a respectable regiment we take
fined for slander for calling a cases to and solicit the support of all Democratic During the daytime the timbers gets,
compared with the army of thosewho Pay When Cured' electors of. the county at the coming primary FOR REPRESENTATIVE
lady school 'principal a suffragette. election. .I here'oy acnonnee myself aa a candidate bent with the:weight of the various lih :
,-, are slaves to the vice of i nPuntl This is an 'advertising trip and J. E. J. WAINRIGHT for the office of representative from Bradford mates of the house walking to and trot!. t

t ) t- in itsvariojis forms. With the SPECIAL inducements'are offered.te Democratic county,electors subject at to the the June decision primary,.of and tb ,tuflfthe Poise and' bustle of the day r?

i Any of those Christmas presents major part {this mighty soiled host all who begin treatment this month, COUNTY, COMMISSIONER respectfully solicit the support of:the voters. : drowns the ::starting and, 'creakini |.

left?-Tampa,Tribune. Yes, the neck marriage is a cloak, :and excuse, .a Do not forget dates ,and,notify yow At the solicitation trlet of ee my of' friends county commiell I am a. If to, the elected beat I of shall my represent ability. Bradford"" *.count"fIJ? 'rwhie.h gots on until the floor has recorJ
fromrD
r tie our wife 'gave us. Neckties last means:which enables the:: exercise of friends.. ner No. l' iubjeet to the M. Jiz WP'it ;credits untural position as it to bodli'-.:
. action of .the June 'primary election. and tG del< in time: elMtte >
if ,;wood being of an
y a long time when they are, not worn. unbridled lubricity and salacious saturnalias Starke, Hotel Central, Saturday and.. I elected promise a''conscientious discharge' of FOR REPRESENTATIVE 17.I riafcrre. ,' ''+
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that in comparison makeCOqunODo Sunday, April 4 and 5. my duty.. A- H. WILLIAMS. To the Democratic voters of Bradford When, however, the stillness of night,*"'

A man.died recently in New York drunkenness appear one of Lake Butler, Hotel Elgar, Friday s county I hereby Florida announce: myself a ""JHatB comes ont these little, intermittent;
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:who lost his tongue ten years ago, the angelic virtues. .Marriage shields April 3. COUNTY COMMISSIONER: nomination to the office of Representative If.at ffiovemeiita may become magnified into,

but he. could sing and talk withoutit more moral crime, more cruelty, more If impossible to seethe doctci for I .hereby the office announce of County myself as a' candidate I the respectfully Democratic.solicit Primary the support to be beld of the Democratic '.lad. mjBterious footsteps, according to"ilia i
Commissioner
and did so until the day of hideath. s lust: than any other human relation; write us fully and enclose two stampsfor Bradford county true .District No. 5, subject of voters at this primary and, > ptedSts imagination of the hearer. I nyself; -
tothe action of the Demonic VrfTnry honest faithful service if chosen. live In a house .the landing of which'
Jf
i and here we find two kinds of shave reply, Address the president Dr. election in June. and reepeetfull solicit TRUMAN G."FOTCHf -
the exactly illustrates
., Soflss|
the brute who is all brute, the slave F. A. Nice or JACKSONVILLE support of all. Democratic electors.A. I argument ;
And old idea that ought to be perpetuated MEDICAL B. SURRENCY. SUPERVISOR OP REGISTRATION{ r-l boors after all"are In bed the !sound M fi
to his uncontrollable AND
own passions ; SURGICAL INSTITUTE of '
.one the
I siealthlly' along n
u the fireplace, one of the hereby announce myself as a candidate creeping >
and the wretched partner who msutsubnut'to JACKSONVILLE, FLA_ MEMBER CHOOL BOARD for the office of supervisor of registration for landing is beard. ))oud enough to, Uf-; _
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best institutions in the world for
Bradford
r
t county and
I respectfully solicit *
degradation who must hereby announce myself the tie a light iiito wakefulness
en as a candidate for support of all Democratic electors sleeper; S;-
.. member of at the June
strengthening household ties and Board of
promoting gage in the satisfaction of brutal in District No. 8. snbieet Public tn the Instruction from primary election. "Who's than: has often been the ex-f:
action of
th e
family unity. stincts brutally exploited, and that Easy ,, J jWMrimanr.| and solicit the support of all C. A., FU' ca. clamatiou, but by good sense, the natri
Clergyman_ (visiting prlon>-l hop, ) oral explanation has aa often been'cc-1 1cepted.

Those unemployed who are encamped regardless of temperament physical that when 'you ait'relwised you wll 11 CHESLEY FOGG. I SUPERVISOR hereby OF REGISTRATION .-London Timt, lf>
condition, or the absence of right and announce myself as a candidate
in a river bed at Los Angeles must live no that you ran look your fella" for the office of supervisor of registratk...

be amphibious in their nature. wholesome desire, regardless of, painand .man straight In the eyes. The Bun e i 'MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD for Bradford county subject to the decision of '. '}
AT5110 announce my eandidacv for member the Democratic primary election in June and Didn't Need the Hoe.
disgust and soul sickness.
Times-Union., No, they have a more Han-That is the simplest! part of m y nf Board of Public Instruction before the com- respectfully solicit the support of the voters Some time ego a hobo meekly tapped#
The slave to cocaine, to morphine, business.-Puck.Detfoess Inc iVmoeratie primers election from Dis- of the county. the
on
intense for water than bock door
antipathy a trill No. !. and solicit the votes of all Demo. C.A. KNIGHT. of ti suburban,home.=-'
rabid dog. to whiskey, to any and all other formsof eratie electors. ; and asked for'something to eat. Tbe*|

vice is better than the slave to the N. H. STOKES. good housewife responded that shell.
I The Practical Sid Muro. "
of
f. A Columbus 0, genius proposes' to black steeds of passion,' a slave who i Cannot Be Cured FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD He waS a lover of music who had would feel him on the back step abut!!

conserve the energy wasted by talkative revels in the filth of his own erotic n.ch by local the&P>>UcaUou." u euDOI I'wiaJa to annorree Jhat I am a }candidate just been to hear Puccini's ."Madam with Pldo provided fce was willing.t .t

barbers by using their tongues imaginings, and who desires no free 'There, Ia only d1aue4 one. way DOrtJao to eve of deataesa the ear., for for District>.W pf the VoaH' nf wiblii- <-.trw, on Butter ,." aDd ,he was expatiating earn the meal by cleaning out the gotter -r
NO.
2. I resoertfollv .
and that Ia and sol'eite _'
by
for advertising purposes and claims dom.Many I I e&UIe4 eoDltltatloDal. J'qIaou; II. s.".rort of the-voters at the mine ,,1.e. -upon Its beauties to an unresponsive .
tM possibilities of the scheme are of these believe themselves I Doffs he"JDuceua"lftttftfl. tile."'ed Euatach1u eondL Hon. June t. aid frnmbe if elected a faithful friend whom- be observed to The tramp agreed. and when tie' bad'r'a
discharge of yawThe
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tremendous. respectable and worth while units in, JOa ban a rumbling 801181I orDe ImsIetkl. J. K,' DOUGLASS..FOR music lover was hurt "Look ", the .with'
housewife out
set the'social body; they affect to believe and esullt rod here, John." be protested, "don't you a'reliable! came '
Roosevelt Jr. is in that 4mmation w Ia the r the an.; TAX think, that music is of looking hoe;, .
Teddy hunting legalized indulgence is above can lie taken oat and thI8 ASSESSOR some practicaL "You needn't tron
have that l-
South Carolina. The BirminghamMews criticism tulle restored. to Ita normal CODdIUaa. Tn the eitiien of Brad'ori Ccmntys : ,benefit la lifer gone to : .
; they practice gion (?) bearIDC will be an. ble madam." said "nevi;
destroyed fOl'eftr: IIIne namre mwlf a ear dHiate for the office of the hobo.
"Ohyes.'said
believes he would be'excusable and their .cues oat of ten are ea1lM4 Awrarnr of Ta.... the unresponsive one '
go ways shaming the incontinence wIIIcb Ia by extarrh, < Assnrin run t>f mv w USe a hoejln; cleaning:out a gutter. ,
nothing but 'ftfla""d "Why. Judging from "
i if he should mistake.our old friend, of nature by a prostitution its of the 1D1Icoq surfaces.p an *sleet..-.*.aopreeiation..* so eberrfnlly for the tire,loyal, support and have the portraits 1 "Never cse a hoer said the womb' ,.
w. "w> in t -t.nrotlf i .seen of eminent
Cole Blease for .bear. Pensacola.UMTS. .' vile than wtDllftOlle, BDdndDDUan fer _.c ."a """"" 1)" .. musicians, espedttlly "What do .
aj a more that of the men and' ued to a .nt1"u. f fate ., you use then a shovel? ,
: .....Or. b'catarrlt&IIMIMi...,. __" -. ) ....,,'.... If _1-t" I --1m... ', ; pianist I should that tI F
L; N* -!ac er of that Cole'seari .women who defy public opinion b y ;' em- jr.a00.YWepOM......,... _... -0t- 1 i the primary' : election to be-held music Is great to: keep the hair say from "No, madtv' sweetly replied tht.

t are too lost 1"11''fljfep indulgence. This is a hideous IekrNDssapw,1k. + 1 June 2, Uli.' falling Gut."- 'Some hobo starting wr the back gate 'f1J1..
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Mrs. W. H. Dickey and daughter, '
WEST POINT DISCIPLINE.

r '. Miss Josephine, of Chicago, I1L, who OLD JAPANESE ART LONt DREAD :

: i have been spending the winter at Sea Its System of Demerits and the Sunday .

_ Bits of LocalInformation breeze, arrived in Starke Monday fora Morning 8.rvic s. CQIft :;

The rigor of discipline at West Point
week's. visit,with her brother, Mr. Swords of Perfumed Steel That does not leave behind many memoriesof
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1 U A. P. Hoffman, and family before I halcyon college days.' There are no 'f
Cannot Now Be Made., week end larks for. constantly under ..
returning home. .
the surveillance of the officers, the cadets r
' Cee.er.ly Omv T .rU XarlMM curt
are never permitted to leave except
1 trynw as w Q e.atgr eMtf 1'... D. C. Close, Jr., Starke, Ffcu, con- BALL
', II MARVEL OF A CRYSTAL under military orders. If they Prepare; to
. tractor and builder. No.
.,( Day phone t ,
ride to the adjoining town. Highland I enjoy its exhlla- '

,.... 1, night phone 86. Lock Box' 231. Fails, they must not dismount or let
: Mch Rubbed Into a Perfect Sphere by Hand, their feet touch any soil outside the rating Yrostt by .1
{IMr. R. 0. Daniel was a visitor.to Sox from 5 cents Dover's Sta- 65t.
j up. It Would B. Difficult to Duplicate It reservation. f making your blood rich,

r. Lawtey Sunday. t tionery Store. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stotes, Miss With Modern Machinery -Ltg nd *.f How severe the system of regulatingthe pure and active to prevent ;

the Scrtt of Swordmaker. standard of the several cadets is '
I," W. Ml: Whitten of Raiford; Marie Stotes and Miss Eddie Love a coIdif grippe
t" l Mr. was Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Padgett and Dr.King may be 'learned from the fact that

-fin. Starke Monday. of Lake Butler, were the guestsof Morress, of Mazville, attended therevival' with Steel a'sweet made more odor than put in 800 so years that ago.the some 18.000 acts of each appointee'are and rheumatism. .

I services at the Christian "marked"during his four years'course Good blood prevents sickness q
i Brooks was in Tampa Dr. and Mr .J.P. Tomlinson, Tues- metal still retains the scent-that is
Atorney on .
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\Q;. .. church Sunday and were entertainedat any one of which must be passed as and Scott'Emuliionynil energize
of tbe of
old
Saturday. one secrets an Japanese
business i day. ': the homes of Mr. 0. E. Moitt and sword maker'described by Reginald F. good or given one or more demerits. your blood and create reserve

"/: Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Seals The.pjost complete line of hosieryin Judge George A. Gardiner. St Fere Vane of London. Mr. Vaile "Late"absence at roll from call"doty.insures" ,one ten demerit marks;; strength to endure changing i F

:.Thursday March 12, a girl I Is an amateur collector and his enthusiasm seasons. .
Starke will be found at Dover's American fence. If quality and not -slight untidiness in dress. one; 'm attention '
,J", for tbe beauty of old Japanese Scott' Emulsion :is not an Y
ij Mr.W. U. Hammons of Lulu, trans- Stationery.Store.ExSenator quantity counts, you will buy American art has carried him far back at drill or other duty, five experiment but has served humanity
and so on. If in six months out of
acted business here Monday. fence. Law prices. DeWitt C into the centuries.
for
? Faithfully forty it containsthe
@ J. B.. Crews, of Lake some 2.000 events a hundred demerits years; I
Mr. Valle owned sword of
Jones. actually, a
j I accumulate the unfortunate student is purest cod liver oit.-fn.-ct from '
r| Mr. B. W. Dees, of Dukes, trans-.. Butler, candidate for county commissioner .scented steel one time but it was alcohol
Prof. T. B. Hartig, principal of the stolen from the office of his lawyer dismissed from the academy. or stupefying drugs.(' "
business here
acted Monday. ,-wasvisitor to thc eounty I
f, 1 I : At half past 10 every Sunday morn- Scottt Emulsion nature's I I 'y
several He this
School regards
Newberry High was in the years ago.
'' seat Tuesday.Mr. the cadets in front of thestonebarracks
gather
J. C.. of ,Graham loss the collector could ing greatest blood-maker and furnishes
; Mr. Barry, was city,.Saturday. The Newberry school as greatest a

;,. in Starke on business Tuesday. I I J. V. Jones, of Hampton, candi- has enrollment of about 150, and face and feels sure that be frill never Fifth avenue ,mansion as trimly and kept form as any inline the elements necessafy for: body
V warmth rich blood
get that sword back again. and healthy
date for office of county treasurer, we are glad to learn that the average delicate with faultless uniforms. natty
Mr. A. H. Williams, of Dukes;,was "The perfume was and circulation. < '
was in Starke ia the interest .of his white belts and sash and march ,
attendance is and
good growing larger up
in Starke on business Monday. I I.r pleasing. he said. 1t is not the only S&an alcoholic tobttihittM' and Jvnani r" s
,. 1'I campaign Tuesday.' week.-Gainesville Sun. the bill to the chapel service. It i*
I every sword
,. of the kind in tbe world. The It.tAe rcaaoM Scott't mnJre>nAT .
Mr. G. W. Razen, of'Brooker, was : royal collection at Vienna has one.and something of a walk as some of tbe ANY DRUG STORE I 1>7J -. :
I We have your number in hosiery at Neckwear The finest assort- puffing visitors observed on reachingthe
I very :
there -'---=
$ in Starke on business this week. i i4f are two or three more which \
l Dover's Stationery Store. ment seen in Starke. Silk, Velvets, have retained their fragrance for all summit terrace. Silently and in 'j ----- R'

f. Mr. L. A.Brown, of Brooker, was Washable. Some beauties. See our I these hundreds of years. % perfect time and order the cadets I
At of the Starke school
in Starke on business Monday.Mrs. a meeting' window. Hull's Department Store. "The scent is actually a part of the change formation and file into the + + + + + + + + + + + TTTTT '
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trustees Monday evening D. E. steel The sword was incased In 'a chapel under rows of historical regimental + +

..W. Lake was a visitor to High- Kright was elected chairman and E. The mock court trial which was advertised wood sheath which gave forth no odor. banners some of which bad + FOR SALE 'AT REDUCED + '.

land and Clay Hill Wednesday: ,.S. Matthews secretary. to take place in the courthouse The handle of the sword was of wood r seen service nearly a century ago. + PRICES :. +
Some of the old stands of colors I. _
were
Apalachicola oysters. J. F. Kick-!I. T. B. Brown, of Jacksonville, ,returned this evening (Friday) for thberef.t gave which no was odor.easily The removed makeM and names which threadbare but the field of blue always + One Waltham, 16 aizej'15 ruby +
.. of the Starke baseball club
|I home Monday afternoon after father and son. were on the steel of I remained with its story of a na + jewels, 14k case, used a short + .

-liter.Mr. spending a week with Mr. ,and Mrs. I has: been called off on account of not the handle i tion's development, bearing constella- + time, $18.00. One Elgin, 13 + 'I

.,J David Wills, of Gainesville, was William Hudson, of this city. being able to secure court house for "I entertained a group of Sheffield tions of from thirteen to forty-eight + size, 19 ruby jewels,Iin, gold +

a visitor to Starke this week. I the purpose at this particular time. steel men ,at my home several years stars in their Imperishable fields of + settings, gold wheels, steel escape >+

r Sox, stockings and hosiery at ago and Just as a surprise for them I blue. + wheel, fully adjusted, + j s.

,Mr. 0. M. Alvarez, of Raiford, was Dover's Stationeryst. re.I Everything in field and garden seed,, had the sword on the table. They were The cadet choir marches down the + $21.00. Two South Bend, .17 +
Florida peanuts, chufas, velvet beans,, aisle "Onward, Christian Sol- \
singing ''
\in Starke on business Thursday. I boasting about what great steelmakers -
+ 16 size tuned in +
.. ..' I I Attorney Charles Matheson, of peas. Garden seed in bulk and in they were, and then I asked them diers." and the ringing voices of those jewel, finely ,

,t Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Canova werettisitors Gainesville,. candidate for the office small packages. Hull's DepartmentStore. 'I to smell the sword. They were the 500 cadets once heard can never be + 20-year cases, bosses\' 15.00 *
The finale the Dresden + Diamonds reset Opals re- + I
to Jacksonville Tuesday. I of state senator from Alachua county, Mch.6tfMr. most surprised men you ever saw. forgotten. '
visitor I -Steelmakers.* 1 said. There Is hymn as rang by the West Point choiris + polished and bad "lucks taken + a

t Mrs. F. A. Scott visited Miss Anna was a to Starke Tuesday. A...B. Surrency, of Brooker, some real'art In making steel: let us an event that musicians from all + off of them. One fine bluewhite + .' i

'j Pinholster in Jacksonville Friday. I Just received new stock of shoes was in Starke Tuesday and while here see you equal that.* They could not., of parts of the world come to hear. The +, diamond 99-1W caret, + : j

thousfand. for men, women and children at authorized us to announce him as a course.* services th oughont were Impressiveand + deep and finely cut. $185A0., .+ i ,

f Pine shingles at $1.75 per Leviton's. candidate for the office of county com- Mr. Valle said that there are hun conducted with military precision + A few new 16 size gold filled, j
Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. .-National Magazine.
dreds of
mechanical tricks of the Japanese
missioner district No. + +
from 5. Mr.
watches, accurate time keep-. r
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1 .. '1. Mr. Ray R. White, who is pursuing is serving the artisans of hundreds of years + + '
}[r. S. G. Pearce, of Lulu transacted : Surrency now unex- which have ers.
ago been lost These men TAMED THE PIANO.
the study of law at the Gaines- term of CommissionerE. + CALL AT MLNEfc'S '* .
', business.:in Starke Wednesday. pired Ccunty have made many articles which can- ... _
ville university, spent Sunday here H. Jones. + .,: + ;',
not be duplicated with modern machin
,* Mrs. .C. L. Moitt of Dinsmore, isvisiting ; with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. ery. An Unmusical Variation In One ofGettschalk's i + + + + + + + + + + 4 +:;+ + + + + '

'- relatives in Starke this week., White. 10 checks to us when you want to de- "I have in my home a crystal ball six Concerts.Gottschalk "" "

I posit them or get the cash for them. Inches In diameter." he said. "It Is as the pianist. was noted for NOTICE. '.' .'
G. W. FOU, of Arcadia, is visiting We screen the right The his enormous physical strength almostas
way. Bank. of Starke.: ; 3-20-2t round as a billiard ball:, it will sta'ndany that..the. <, .
brother J much as for his brilliance as a pianist Notice is hereby given :
his Fogg at Gra Commercial Hotel is
Chesley our.largest contract on bank, anywhere. Bring test'for roundness. That wu'made
-- any your be the : R
On be
j I one occasion gave a practical Registration Books will pen at
ham.. on screening., Jones', Hardware. We handle checks for our customers by hand several hundred years ago. It -
: I illustration of his strength which Court in Starke Florida for ::
would be difficult to make It now with ,House ,-.
Shoes at'Leviton's. I Mr. E. L.. Odom, of Lake Butler, Mrs. A. H. Freeman, of Starke ar- machinery, if it is possible; but thinkof in while the It most did amiable not display light his undoubtedly disposition the purpose of registering for'the : r

was in Starke Tuesday sand placed the the of toll and the ability Primary Election to be held.on;June .
.t.&m. .to Senator and Mrs. A. Z. rived Friday afternoon for a few days' years special afforded him much satisfaction.He .
announcement of his for required for a map'to rub a blockof 6 1914 from the'15th day\ of Marchuntil : f
candidacy ,
[: Adkins. Friday night of last week, a visit with her daughter, Miss Lucile was in concert playing on a piano t'
the office of county treasurer in the crystal Into a perfect sphere." the 15th day of April < g
baby girl' : Freeman, at Southland Seminary, and that was built on a new model one of
s f I I Telegraph. Mr. Vane said that old Japanese which the E. C. Croft i'i.
her sons, Henry and Edwin, studentsof i the peculiarities of was that ..
Mr. William Whitehead,' of- Lake the University. Mrs. Freeman has princes kept hordes of men at work lip of the keyboard cover projected Mch. 6-4t Supervisor Registration. } ,.' ." ;
New line of percales and paying them fairly welL These men r
ginghams
In most .
: farther over the keys than
Butler several days in Starke ,
spent friends here who always '".
many are bad food and lodging assured for the
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at Leviton's.'Cars pianos when the Instrument.. opeu L
t, this week. I glad to see her.-Gainesville Sun. rest of their lives, and they didn't have 1: I : -.
Gottachalk who
; for playing was accustomed :'
'o( lumb arriving daily and to hurry with their work. s. .
i. Mr., Nathan. Moore and family, of That is line that to throw up his hands to a c' ,.. i.
Furnishings one \
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He told of cabinet started
one by one J-
visitors Starke we are better prepared than ever,to considerable height during the per- ,;l 1
[New River, were to we can truly say that we not only man for the prince who employed him ,. :
this supply your needs in lumber and building formance of brilliant passages and was WEU..ct\BB a 'i;
week. ... have .the goods, the style, the selection but who failed to finish JL He died GALVANIZED
t materials. nnnsed to this form of keyboard, "
:Quigley Lumber & new >
is and iihe i-t'I F
and the prince died. The son of theartisau inexpensive keeps wfterdean } I
but have the at
{ 'Telegraph : Co. we. right goods constantly hit his knuckles against. the
healthful end
I j .. $1.50 year.g Supply took up the work, expecting to and Light stray ,' i
the right Hull's DepartmentStore. -
price. projecting to handle Warranted to' give satis :
t finish It for tbe son of the former i
| Mr. IL J. Andrewsof,Lake Butler, New shipment of pants for men ., t'' ..,-h1I repeated rapping of his knock- faction. Call or write, :- .{ ,

'1 was In Starke'on business a few days'Ftbna and boys, just received at Leviton's. prince. 'They both died and the cabi- lea at last began to have an Irritating QUIGLEY. LUMBER& SUPPLY.CO: : .4:

.. Mr. J. E. Hartridge, of Jackson net was finally finished by the grand effect on him., as the audience could 'V.\r I1 .1,..1I I Cr
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i I I- The family of the late Mrs. J. G. ville;: who represents. the Intermittent son of the to orIgJ.na1,cabinetmaker and plainly see. Suddenly after a parties 'f. $:.. ... r. '

R. D. Wells, of Jacksonville was in Williams wish to extend their heartfelt Vacuum Pre-Cooling Corporation, of presented the grandson of the'od& larly bard rap be stopped short In the t. .,},.. .,.'..... k
Iinal prince. :
Starke on business Monday and thanks to their many.friends who New York, is here'this week to givea There, was one swordmaker who had middle 4f his selection wrenched the 'i : i :
i offending cover out of the Instrument .
'Wednesday. snowed them so much kindness dur- demonstration' of their' process pf the trick 'of making a dagger with avery .. :"' .,/ I;
main force and burled It across the : i
I by Telegraph $1.50 per yar
a
ing their recent bereavement. pre-cooling fruit:cars, which plan of bard steel point which gradually violence. Then : .
platform with great i .
Mr.
S. .Sternberg, of- Gainesville .
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did
softer toward the handle. He
| visited his 1On,, Mr. N. Sternberg, Fine line of boys' clothing atLeviton' refrigeration makes it possible for grew this by taking a dagger blade of uniform with a smile of the greatest satisfaction +*++*+*++**++,+>+***' : _
.. cars of fruit and vegetables to reach be reseated himself at the plsao -t: + '
her Tuesday.For .. hardness.packing It In clay whichwas i
their destination without reicing. The thicker toward the handle. In this I and continued his playing. -Chicago + CLASSIFIED ADt lTtsIN ,;;; *-. Ei 3

dry goods. Leviton. Starke is always_busy, but,it has test is being awaited with interest. ..ayben be heated the pack the beat Record-Herald. +++.+....+. ..+I4 t..-f.+. 1 .

Born Thursday, March 19, to )[r.1 I been exceptionally busy this'week on _Transact your.business by the bank was graded being strong at the point The of ar.. tne .. #\ .It J
i account of the of the the handle. ----
special term and soft near
'and,Mrs. Barney Forsyth, of Saxton, : i iI check systeml If there is anything g of There In uo man who has ever sacrificed FO'R -r:
In the
I circuit court and the streets have "The secret lay temperature 'SALE-Driving harnti*. "
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a fine boy baby.. about the system that you do not fully water be it'ln after heating his selfish desire for the sake of I '-" a
the put '
presented an animated apPearanCe. some other who has never felta at the shoe shop. 4" t... .,,. ,, ,
person
understand we will be pleased to ex- It. 'No one could'discover bow hot the .l ,r. ,
Mn. E. M.. Edwards, of Lawtey,I I pleasure in undergoing some loss or
SUMMER Have house plain it. It'costa you nothing to use water waa or how long be kept the
your
spent the week-encfwith her daughter In the water. trouble because It pleased somebody FOR SALE:<>nc.new PerfeStove tion'tilr .
Mrs.:: A. Z. Adkins. I i screened. F4L3 Jones', Hardware.. the system. Check books are free. mass"He bad several young men workingfor else. It is a truth that man Is not a and one small gasoboe stove. ':

I I .. -&n1l 110"" Bank of Starke. 3-20-2t him.'and one.of these men a trickster detached being. that he ban a universal 1 J. T. Quigley. ". 3.13- -, _.

Rev. Smith'Harden, presiding elder,I -Mr j; ff.: Rich,eashier of the Brad .S. H. Faulkner, of Lakeland has i was'anxious.to learn the.secret aspect and when be recognizes. this- -- -L'
of Palatka District. preached at M. ford "Count] Bank is his man his.bath In he become great-Prom &idbnna- "Jiat- ; \
carrying been in Starke the past two weeks Tbe old prepared a Babin FOR SALE-Sound, 'gentle '
E. Church, Sunday 'in of av tent One day be was comingout The Realization of Life... by .
right.arm' a sling on account boring new wells, for the Seaboard private dranath Tagore. old mare,about 1,000 pouni Chip -

' New line of spring goods .at fracture of'the1 radius bone which he water station. He has already two I of the tent his with a when newly the finishedword for, cash ,or will'\ trade fur..eattie.'D. .' l
under arm young .
Ltvitoa'a.Mr suata
t. bile. ,i lc1.iEAmlr feet deep, bat will put down six wells,p hand in t4e;water.. Playing cards in their makeup an- '---:: '

Elizabeth. Johns returned >r'fl rrfee.fendu'U U. 44. so as to insure a plentiful :water sup. "The old man wheeled and struck akin to the calendar. The two colon FOR SALE-40 acres, goad land, J JI

Saturday from an extended visit with '18 teehes.V.flHl: a. Department Store.. 'ply. Mr. Faulkner gave Us a sample out with his sword. He cut so quickly are red and black.'which answer t#the I quarter mile south of ._ {

IIlativea in Tampa. -.IJ { !of phosphate found while drilling the that he severed tbl}young. man' arm equinoxes., The lulta'are four answer postoffiee; right .on TailroH! >' :

The 9ttmy r:"friends of. Miss Ella' before the young man's nerves could lug to the four seasons. The twelve Bradford CoontyjAbstact : '
> bargain.
Mr. f. well "it a depth of 61 feet
J., Wills Jr. and'chil deeper
convey any idea of the temperature of court cards answer to the twelvemonths '
drta Norman; daughter of.Mr. W. H. Nor- which he is the finest he has ever Co., Starke Fla. 'kr. IS tf.TOR .. >-
of Jacksonville- 'were visitors says the' water. to his brain or so they ; tbe fifty-two cards answer to .
to Starke'this''week. man, "*W be:-glad" to learn that she seen. say." the number of weeks In tbe year; the ', ,, :
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is recovering from a chronic affliction One of the old swordmakers had the thIrteeA- cards In each suit represent SALE.-, Ford Bfeabbvt- : I
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Special prices in brocade silk at :of seven years and. is now able Complete new lin -of laces, 'em- peculiar knack of making words the number of weeks in a lunar quay Newly painted. Good eondt ion.-'-* -..'
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| Ltviton's. to walk around.: broideries, silk rattine and spring which of themselves, continually ter. DEWIITJONES Stitke' .VI.. *-::{;, ,.'s; ;.
dress goods, all colors, .patterns and searched for trouble "Blood drink 4 .f .'

Mrs. Percy Moore, of Jacksonville,. High quality and low prices. The prices at Leviton's. > ers.".these swords were named. There Bwtoniana In Good Standing. -'. .
OB SALE ..CHEAP One; seeoud -& I L.
| spent the week-end here as the guest, best in harware. DeWitt C. Jones. was one'of them la the Bowes collection "Tea. I bad 'a brother in Boston ; }

'.Mrs. B ,V. ..Turner.Superintendent Mr. W. R. Canova. traveling freight wblch was sold In England sevenor once." said a Chicago lady to a Bosto- hand 4- horse,power. ,gas Jlne, ,engine 1. :

Mrs. A. G.. Hinson and daughter agent of the Seaboard Air Line Rail- eight years azo. nlan. He was in some great musical in first-class. conditEu. Quig. ,_', '

t -' F. G. Schell, of Lake]:: Miss Helen, of High Point, N. C, way, is here this week on behalf of the "One of my friends bought this society there but I forget its name." ''fer Lumber- Supply Co. -1. ., I ,: t. ,

l kr, was in Starke on' business'days arrived here Wednesday night for a railway company, to witness the pre- 1- ." said Mr. Valle. "He was explaining -Handehaad Haydn society, perhaps ? ."'. ',-

; | metal 'this week:, visit with her cousins, Mr. and Mrs.J. cooling demonstration to be given by its peculiar nature to some of ," suggested her visitor. WANT-purchasers or reais s far ;
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, i' R. Dover, of Starke, and other Pre-Cool- us. One of the men laughed at" the -Well. I guess so. Handel and Haydn, some good farms on liberal terms. '.'
the Intermittent Vacuum J
/Kr. W. G. Seals, of Hampton,_.attended !l relatives at Hampton. superstition. Just as be was In'the were Boston men., weren't they-- D.. B, KNIGHT. Starke.1226: tf. : .
the revival meetings .at ,the ing Corporation in the pre-cooling of middle of a guffaw: .tbe sword dipped Christian Register { t, l .

[Caristitn church here Sunday. I.I I Ladies' hosiery, 10 cents to ,|L50, refrigerator ears. Mr. Canova reports out of Its sheath :the handle struck FQE SALE-150 bushels of choice ;

all sizes and all:colors, at Dover's that the Seaboard is giving Florida the floor and the point fell uptin-t. Placing Him. short cotton seed of the tnproved :., "

Screen Doors hung, just phone me.' Stationery Store.. shippers exceptionally good service leg. He was severely cut I s caw till. .Teacher-What is a host Tommie! Peterson variety. Apply to N. G.-, t

[Jones', Hardware. this .season and is delivering con- and while I myself, don't' attach am Tommie-I dunno. ma'am.. : Hayes, Brooker, Fla. Feb. 20-4t i '

Mr.'M. J..Sapp, of.New River, was signments of fruits and vegetables to supernatural power to ihe sworfl. Hit' "Suppose your father gave a dinner .' '
.Attorney B. G.'Langston. of Gaines- series of farts keepS me from Iauxuin2 to a number o{ his friends. What .; -
in Starke Thursday and. ordered the the R. F. & P.. and other connecting .
: ems was before the circuit court on:t i at If-New York Sun. would be ber J WANTED.. -.,Two. reliable, energetic: '"

[boshes? Monday'and Tuesday announcement of his'candidacy for lines at Richmond, Ya., from thirty "He'd be the 'goat' I'teckoD. ":Yonkers -. men' sell sewing machines,'and.i .'. .

t -- I the office of representative in the minutes to one hour ahead- of schedule I Fair Warning. Statesnuh. .. 'collect> References required.',(Address -,!\ ,

County Treasurer F. N. Andrews, Florida legislature of 1915 :'fromBradford' time TM ber-WlIUe, if you dont behave I J. 0. Powell, Gainesville,'FIJ. : F

w Lake' Butler, was in Starke .on .county. .placed, in the Tele-. yourself III write a-note to your father. Friendship and over, Mar. 27-2t frJ c:. .i.
,' fcsmess Shoes, Clothing-A good line to ,Wallie-You.do,and rou'lt mat -ma those faults ; :
several.dal this week... mph" IB friendship we urn Ball I
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';Kiln dried dressed ceiling $8.00 and Strawberry crates,'cups and nails. seasonable. last arrived. Come in friends. In love we.see s*>-faits,b, raieatttlrATIVEBkOItOQosi.e.T
' m per thousand.. We can furnish Prices the lowest Hul's'Department: and see them Have not the'flol to make wbem It those'by which we suffer oarsslves/-. Gokttlld_ Heriaefce tad eds of the Hop Cdd.ntm tfe. s

} laB grades. Quigley'Lumber ft: Supply Store. Mch. 6tf Hull's Department Store. I begins to rahx-OW Saying. De U Bray ere. > wooer U it faO t* rat'*
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1{$ 4l :t AVERTED THE DUEL -I I fair Board NOTICE of Public OF ELECTION Instruction of Brad- U tk e Chert ORDER Court OF PUBLICATION 8th Judicial Omit, H. C. RICHARD i

A DARING PATRIOT County by the power vested in' them HUSBAND RESCUED ]!
Bradford County Fluids
r Valet Vanished With the Choice of under Section 9L Article 406 of the School
';)!'. 'I Laws of Fiords: hereby order an election to Bradford Ccuty Bank a C.rp ratiaB,
t Weapons and Conditions Boat Drain Special Tax District
J" \ be held for I VS
No. 7 the 10th day of April 1914. at Boat General Insurance
Representative Borland of Missouri on .
W. J. Hillaan Company a corporation, et. al DESPAIRING WIFE
for electing three trustees !
Drain school house !
l.. :f Feats of a Little Known Hero of.i' gives an account of the challenge to a and to determine the number of mills to be I Bill to Bm Tt Cloud and Quiet Title .
duel which occurred in Louisiana sup assessed T. All Whom it May Concern Greeting: ;,
of election. Manning Gnffis Steve It appearing by the sworn bill of complaintin -
Revolutionary Times. posedly among the last challenges of Managers Newsom. the above entitled cause that there are persons ii.

l ;; that environment in the state. The Carter.F. G. Perry Schell Secy and Supt. of Schools. interested in the property described in I represent none bus FIRST-CLASS After Poor Yean of Discofll ll1
ik- Fla. March 2. 1914. S-13-Bt the said bill of complaint and involved in
Starke.
;' affair was between a gentleman who this suit other than the known defendants, companies and will be'constantly on the Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Cue .
JACK JOWETTS BRAVE RACE. belonged to one 'of the oldest famine and that the name and residences of such
(i y ( NOTICE OF ELECTIONThe persons are unknown to the complaint and alert to promote your interests. Guarantee Up in Despair. Hub and ;>;4:
blacksmith of Georgia
there and a sturdy Public Instruction of Bradford .
of
Board
-yK i'fa I that in the said bill relief U prayed against
'' f who had become a man of political county by the power vested in them 'such unknown persons; courteous treatment to all patron Came to Rescue. 4
It Saved Jefferson and the Virginia under Section 91. Article 406. of the School Therefore it is ordered that all parties fl
fe; ,> influence. laws of Honda hereby orders an election claiming an interest in the property herein A well written policy by a first-claai "11.-
: : Assembly From Capture by -Tarlo- The gentleman took offense at some I- be held for Thomas Special Tax District 'after descried: or any part thereof underG. Catron, Ky.-In an interesting Iett
r"a General Nv. 26. on the 10th dayof April. 1914. at W. Robinson, deceased late of Alachua agent in a first-class company sometimes 3
ton's Dragoons and Gave remarks of the Georgian and sent hima Mrs.
of from Bettie
for the election this place
school house ,
Thomas County. Florida. or under Fred M. Lewis or Bunoct
'f. Washington Valuable Information. challenge. The powerful blacksmith three trustees and to determine the numberof otherwise and all parties claiming an inter means much in case of loss by fire writes as follows: "I suffered for bzr y
; mills to be assessed.
est in the property hereinafter described or
Most of' the Revolutionary heroes was M'I nonplused.know nothing about'this dueling Managers of election, J. H. Mattox. J. S. any part thereof lying and being in the H, C, RICHARD Starker Fla. years, with womanly troubles,and durinz"l*
Pearee. A .A. DouglassF.
of Bradford State of Florida to-wit:
County could sit
:F-'. .. bare been immortalized in. song or business: said he 'and 1 positively will G. SchelU Secy and Supt. Schools. N V-j. except 15 acres on East side of S. ILJ time, I only up for a life'while i

;'? *;.. story but there is one whose fame has not fight.' Starke. Fla. March 2. 1914. 3-13-St A. L. Ry in NE%. of Section 1 ; N%. except and could not walk anywhere 4 t
.-0: EY.t of NE% of NW% and Wfc of NW% of all At tines I would have .
severe
it should beyond the his friend. 'No p&i;
spread as 'You must urged
W :' never IN CIRCUIT COURT. 8TH JUDICIAL NE%. of Section2: N& of NWtf and NW% '
': region of his birth. His name was gentleman can refuse.' CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA of NEV& of Section 12 : N% of Lot 12, and In my left side. ,4,
BRADFORD COUNTY. all Of Lots 22, 23, 24. 27. 30. 31. 32, 33. 35. 1- I I The doctor was called and his :
:, Jack Jowett In the little city of : 'I am not a gentleman. replied the BILL FOR DIVORCE 36 37. 88 of Section 14; Lot 34 of Section 15 COFFINS CASKETS treat.:

iSF'; a:: Charlottesville, there is a tablet honest citizen of Georgia.' 'I'm only a Neta Hobby all in Township 5 South Range 22 East, do ment relieved me for a while, but I wai] :

a. : em the building that stands on the site blacksmith.: YL appear to said bill of complaint on or before And a full Line of I IUndertakers' soon confined to my bed again After; j

:: ', of his old tavern But that simple 'But you will be ruined If yon do J. P. Hobby.NOTICE TO APPEAR. the rule 6th day day of of this April Court 1914; and the that same this beinga orderbe Supplies that, nothing seemed to do me any gtx$<.1

'j- : ::- bronze b the only memorial of his not fight continued his friends. 'You THE STATE OF FLORIDA.To published once a week for 12 consecutive I had gotten so weak I could DOt sly 1
'
i '" in the Bradford County Telegraph a Always on hand. The beat eer'
.. and J. P. Hobby. Greeting: weeks
choice of
: and deeds. will have the
name weapons inlaid and I in despair
the of general circulation gave up
It having been shown by affidavit that weekly newspaper vice at the lowest ,
:;tJ'. In Revolutionary days young Jack you can choose so as to give yourselfan Defendant, J. P. Hobby non-resident of the Bradford County Florida. prices. Special At J last my husband got me a bottle Ci
: "Jowett kept the Swan taver in Char equal! chance with your adversary.' State of Florida and the residence of said WITNESS the Honorable J. T. Wills, attention to Telegraph Orders -
Defendant is at Maeon. Georgia and that Judge of the said Circuit Court and also my Canlui, the woman's tonic, and I
lottesville. lie was a patriot at a time "The giant requested time In whichto well the seal of this
,hAs said Defendant U over the age of twentyoneyears. official signature as as menced taking it From the
'. when patriotism was dangerous' for consider the matter and ended by Court this the list day fit December. 1913. at Registered Embalmer very faf(

.J; : \ : CornwallIs was in possession of tidewater accepting. He sent the following replyto It is therefore ordered considered and adjudged Starke, Florida. WEEKS I dose, I could tell it was helping me. '
W. T.
l { and Tarletou and his that the said Defendant. J. P. Hobbydo can now walk two miles without '_-
:: Virginia the Louisiana gentleman: appear to the Complainant's Bill of Complaint Clerk Circuit Court
: b cavalry; were sweeping back and forth .' 'I accept and. In the exercise of my herein on or before the 23rd day of By R A. Weeks D. C. DeWlTT C. JONES : tiring me, and am doing my work." : ;

::1": 'j over the inland counties. privilege I stipulate that the duel pro March eonfesso A.D. 1914.will be in entered default whereof against a the decree said 1-9-lSt A. V. LONG Solicitors AND for J. E.Complainant FUTCH I I ,Successor G. C. Livingston & Co. ', If you are all run down from womagjji

'e.J.: In June 1781. the Virginia assembly shall take place in Lake Pontchartraln J. P. Hobby.It Starke Fla. troubles, don't give up in despair. Trt,

"- : abandoned Richmond which Cornwal- in six feet of water sledgehammersto is further ordered that this notice be ORDER FOR PUBLICATION.In Carduithewomaa'stonic. It has hdi
.r Ifs threatened and came to sit in CharJettesville. published in the Bradford County Telegraph Circuit Court. 8th Judicial Circuit. Bradford I .. I more than a minion' women, in its
.f, I be used as weapons.! published at Starke, in Bradford
a wonderful
its members newspaper County. Florida.C. years of success, and sh
;1.'' '.. Among were "As his adversary was about five county, Florida once each week for five con-' ,. M. Alvarez Complainant surely help you, too. Your druggist
Richard
'ii- Ir' eudi men as Patrick Henry secutive weeks.
feet eight inches in height and the vs. sold Cardui for He
knowsit
: : r; Henry Lee and Benjamin Harrison.. IN WITNESS WREREOF, I have hereuntoset Cosmo Alvarez. Mrs. Florence E. Alvarez years.
blacksmith wa* seven feet the con- my hand and affixed the seal of our et-aL will do. Ask _him. He will re
"r: !"' and the governor was no other than ceit of the latter so pleased the Louisiana Circuit Court on this the 11th day of February. Bill to remove cloud quiet title and correct For Weakness and Loss of AppetiteThe mend it. Begin taking Cardui today, q

:% Thomas Jefferson. One bright{morn A.D. 1914. description in deed. Old Standard general strengthening tonic. -.
: ing when the state A5fembly"as ,in gentleman that he declared himself W. T. WEEKS Clerk. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN GROVE'S TASTELESS dull TONIC drives out Write to: Chattz'iooea Medicine Co.
:! satisfied as he was one who By R. A. Weeks D.C.A. GREETING: Malaria and builds up the system. A true tonic Advisory Dept.. Chatwoooga. Tenn. for .
session Jack mounted his thoroughbred Z. ADKINS. SoL for Comp. It appearing by the sworn bill of complaint and sure ADoeuzer. For adulu and children. SOc. Juttructums on )'ouroUe and M-oaie book.
.F mare and rode out to look over his could appreciate a joke as well as Feb-13-fit. in the above cause that there are Irvatment(or Women,' sent In plain wrapoer.
.
..T farm outside the town. As be rode perpetrate one. and be declared the persons interested in the property describedIn
t' duel o.tr-Excbange. this bill of Complaint and involved in this
NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE.
I" the trees a
along he caught through
\ ; suit other than the known defendants, and
--I- Thirty days after date the first publication of
) ; glimpse of a British uniform flashiug this not'ee I will apply to the Honorable Geo.A. the names and residences of such personsare
< down a crossroad. He put his horse HIS DREAM MATERIALIZED. Gardiner county judge of Bradford county unknown to the complainant and that in
said bill relief is prayed, against such unknown r RheumatismBlood .
over the low stone wall and confronted Florida for an order to sell at private sale
; the undivided One Eighth interest each .of persons;
I -. the rider. It was one of Tarleton's Curious Incident In the Career of Vascoe Dale and Calista Demaria Alvarez Therefore it is ordered that all parties ;poison
\ troopers. Novelist S. R. Crockett. M'nor heirs of Vascoe Alvarez deceased. in claiming an interest in the property herein-
t- and to the land after described or any part thereof under
following parcel of situatein
: With a big pistol pointed at his bead. One morning the postman brought to Bradford county Florida and described as Joseph T. Dillaberry deceased J. G. Alvarez Scrofula Malaria

tile Englishman thought it wise to S. R. Crockett. the novelist a letter follows, to-wit: deceased or either of them or otherwise; and ,

f ," obty Jack'8 command to tun in at the from the edtor: of the St James' Sec.From the N.W.S.R.corner of S.W.U of NE%. all hereinafter parties claiming described an interest or any in part the property thereof Skin Disease
29 Tr 6 22 E. run S. 210 feet fora
t gate of a nearby house and changes lying and being in the City of Starke. Brad I
; ; Gazette containing a small check as point of beginning. then run S.. One degree
\ eitething with him. Under threat of for a contribution. Mr. East 810 foot then-e E. 570 feet thence N., ford County. State of Florida to-wit: Because it Purifiesthe
payment and North
465 feet Eeast West by 50 feet
Forty Five m'nutes West 810 feet thence W. F 0 R
J dmth the soldier divulged the fact that
Crockett knew that nothing was due 583 feet to point of beginning.Alta and South bounded on South by land of E.
Tarleton was in the vicinity Jowett Alvarez Johns, on East by Street on West by W. Blood
to him. that he had been paid for allartic.lt's.
line of SE% ofNWt34. See. 28, Tp. 6, S. R.22 Eon .
in search of theN Guardian of the above named minors.
at galloped
r ; ; wee away and-remarkable man-be did Feb. 205t.NOTICE North by land Jacob Johns in the City of BEAD WHAT NOTED PEOPLE EAT opLIPPMAN'S
t saemy. The day passed without ref the check up in an explanatory note Starke do appear to the said Bill of Complaint -
"V eoH. and Jack, Mopped at an inn to on or before the 4th day of May. 1914, GREAT REMEDY-P.. P. P.
and returned it to the editor. OF APPLICATION FOR TAX the being rule day of this court.
1'\ few hours' rest. same : a Dr. Alldredce. Regener Texas, writes: Rabbi Soloraoa, of the Saraanah Ceagrtsation .
take a
The next diy kick came the cbQck DEED UNDER SECTION 8. OF And this order be published once a week for "
It ia the leading blood purifier. ,writes: Had seven attacks of
} In the nigbt be beard the tramp of CHAPTER 4< Malarial fever from
from the E'Ilitor-remarkable man- Dr.WJ telJead.Metcalfe Ga prescribes lasting week to tea
: bases and. looking out of his window FLORIDA. Telegraph, a weekly newspaper of general it. and with P.P.P.completely cured J. I days I took your medicine as a forlorn
with a note saying it was due. The Hereby Notice is given that R. D. Clayton circulation published in said.Bradford County, H. Davidson who had Buffered fifteen hope, but now confess that P. >.1'.was.
< aw that the yard was full of British I purchaser of Tax Certificates numbered Florida. "
St James Gazette had published an respectively year with blood poison and sore. a real benefit.
'.: :i aosdiers, led by Tarleton himself. The i 154 156, 157 and 164 issued by the WITNESS the Honorable J. T. Wills, judgeof
article from the pen of Mr. Crockett Tax Collector of Bradford County, Florida; said Circuit Court and also my official IT WILL HELP YOU, TOO-AT ALL DRUCCISTS-I.OO
i* < tnopers entered"the tavern and sat which had not been paid for. hence each of said Certificates hearing date June signature as well as the seal of this Court
' r;, dawn to drink and talk quite unconscious the check. Again Mr. Crockett-re- 5th 1911 has filed said certificates in my this the 3rd day of February 1914, at Starke, F. V. LIPPMAN SAVANNAH GEORGIA ,
'I office and has made ,application for Tax Florida.
:'i ;:: that an enemy was on the stair markable, man-returned .the check Deed to issue in accordance with law. W. T. Weeks, Clerk Circuit Court.

t;;; above listening to every word. From and still the remarkable editor refor- The said Certificates embraces the follow By R. A. Weeks. Deputy Clerk.A. .

K-:; their 'conversation Jowett learned warded it. this time with the article ing lands in Bradford County Florida assessed S. Crews, Solicitor for Claimant (L.S.) .
t at the date of the issuance of said Feb. 6-12t .. '!' .
..t'Tar eton commanded an advance cut out of the columns of the St Certificates in the names and under the dates -

guard that was halting to wait for the James' Gazette. respectively hereinafter particularly set forth:; NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE

': zest of the troop. Then they planned to-wit: .
i '; Now comes the curious feature of CERTIFICATE NO. 154, embraces Nth of -
: > to dash on to Charlottesville and cap- the incident. When Mr. Crockett NW% of NE%' See 14, Tp 8 S.R 22 E, 20 Notice ia hereby given to all concerned that

i'... tare the VIrginia assembly. clapped his eyes on the article be was acfes assessed Hudson & Dominici. sis month after date hereof I will presentmy JOHNSON & ANDERSON '1 1J
CERTIFICATE NO. embraces NW
of
156. k final returns a* administrator of the estate -
\ Jack Jowett set out at in the
': once astonished to find It one of his dreams SE% See 14. Tp 8. S.R. 22 E 40 acres assessed of Sallie S. Chesser late of Bradford
. hOI of the dawn. Once he was chased materialized. One night going to bed John P. Pratt.CERTIFICATE county. Florida deceased and apply to the AUTOMOBILE;; LI ERY SERVICE '
!: Iff some troopers who trotted in from ; extra tired ,be dreamed that a good NO. 157, embraces W% See County Judge of Bradford County Floridafor a
l 14, Tp 8, S.R. 22 E 320 acre, assessed
21 *' the pike that crossed his path. but his I idea for a St. James' Gazette column Unknown. my final discharge J. D. BAXTER. STARKE, FLORIDA a

h bay mare soon outpaced theirs. Like i had occurred to him that be then and CERTIFICATE NO. 164, embraces NW% Administrator of the Estate of Sallie S.Cheuer. I :
I of NW 14. See 23 Tp 8, S.R. 22 E 40 acres, 1
i-1: the wind be raced through lanes, overt there sat down, wrote it and posted It. assessed Hudson A Dominici. deceased.

;t? w atone fences, up the side of the Next morning he remembered his UNLESS SAID CERTIFICATES shall be Jan 2em. RATES FOR ROAD TRIPS : t.

"'f; hill: to beautiful Uonticello. the home dream and made up his mind some day redeemed thereon according on the to 16th law.day Tax of Deed March will A.D.Issue SHERIFF'S SALE .. Hampton one passenger $1.50,bound trip$2; two passengers 1

i\- of Governor Jefferson.He. warned to write the article exactly as be 1914. J $2, round trip $3. Lawtey and Sampson
.. Notice i* hereby given that' by and under City same rate as 4,
i -". Jefferson of the approach of the Brit- dreamed he had written it when, to W. T. WEEKS. virtue of that certain writ of Execution issuing Raiford
Clerk Circuit Court Bradford Co., Fla. Hampton. one passenger.$3, round trip $4;. two passengers ,Y
t
lab. and then with a fresh horse he his astonishment article and out of and under the seal of the Circuit
prJ.'i came Feb. 13-Et By R. A. Weeks Deputy Clerk. Court in and for Bradford County State ofFlorida $4, round trip $5. Lake !Butler one passenger $3.50, ,f-,
dashed down the mountain road check from
steep the Few Writers
v newspaper. bearing date of March 4th A. D.
!' into Charlottesville., Rushing into the earn checks -while asleep.-London ORDER OF' PUBLICATION 1914. in that certain cause therein pending round trip $4.50 two passengers $.j.SO, round trip $6. AU other :

:K' ball where the assembly was in seat Standard. In the Circuit Court 8tk Jadidal Circuit Smith wherein and 0. L. Thomas ia plaintiff and L. C. points at proportionate rates. Special. rates to parties. Can i"
B. A. McCubbins, late partnersdoing
'4. '" slang he called to the members to flee, Bradford Edward County W. .titanic Florida. busine under the firm name and style handled by careful drivers. .

;". 1' for Tarleton's dragoons' would soon beat East 'Bid VS. of Smith A McCubbins are defendant L 1

; 'i heels. in Big game of British East W. J. HiUman Company et aL S. B. Denmark as sheriff of Bradford County Careful Attention Work '
their a few moments the Africa outside Bill to Rome Clo d and Quiet Title Florida. have levied upon and will offer for to Repair 1f 1
i'-::; : ,haHwa! empty,' and the members of the three preserves of the colony To All Whom it May Concern. Greeting: sale to the highest and best bidder for cash on
y Monday April 6, 1914, between the legal hour
x '_'. were 'on thejr way across the moun is rapidly vanishing and accordIng It appearing by the sworn bill of complaintin of sale in front of the Courthouse in the City sa
i to W. T. "is the above entitled cause that there are persons of Starke, in Bradford
; tales to St interested in the
; .j be- safe from pursuit: certain to disappear in about one- the said bill of complaint property and described involved in in to-wit the following: Commencing described at real the estate South-East as follows Corner ..'

.} ": Jack rode ou to his tavern but found fourth the time that it took South Africa this suit other than the known defendants, of the South-East Quarter of the North- .'
and that the names and residences of such West Quarter of the North-East
and
Quarter
fy there a wounded officer of the Conti to accomplish the same result"Mr. ,
; persons are unknown to the complainant and
running North 210 feet for a point of be-
;;.'5 nental anuy-Geueral Stevens. He Hornaday points out that the present that in the said bill relief ia prayed against sinning thence running West 210 feet;

: dressed the sii-k man in a suit of his legal bag limit is ruinously extravagant such unknown persons ; thence North 210 feet; thence East 210 feet; SEEDS SEEDS i I
Therefore it is ordered that all parties
thence South 210 feet to the place of beginning '
r: own clothes carried him downstairs For $2:O any man may buy the claiming an interest in the property herein of Section Eighteen, Township Five.

t\r and put him on the fresh horse with right to kill 300 bead of hoofed and after described or any part thereof under South of Range twenty-one East containingone POTATOES, BEANS TOMATOES. CUCUMBERS *
'. G. W. Robinson deceased late o fAlaehua acre more or,less with all the aopur- t
kj: l.aiof i turn in front and !x>hind- the horned animals of forty-four species County. Florida otherwise and all
or ; parties tenances thereto belonging. The same being MELONS ETC. Burt or 90 Jay Seed Oats. Selected':
Try picture of an old farmer going tot not counting 'carnivorous animals that claiming an interest in the property hereinafter levied upon as the property of L. C. Smith

.' ?> the mill. Salt Itv hide Jowett and Ste- may also be killed. Thus' the richest to-wit: described. or any part thereof lying one satisfy of said the defendants execution ,and and cost will be sold to Seed Field Corn, Cow or Field Peas, Velvet Beans:

.:s '' ,4 teas rod.I town. which by 10 big game fauna of any one spot in the The South half of Sections one and two S. B. DENMARK. Chufas, Peanuts, Sorghum, Millet. li
)" oYtock.wH in the of Tarle- world which nature has been several in the County of Bradford. State of Florida Sheriff. Bradford County. Florida.
itotsessiou in Townshrio 6 South Range 22 East do APpear A. Z. Adkin. Attorney for PUintiff. WRITE FOR OUR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE. :t
;t tob.', men. rau.-inx as he reached the million years In developing and placing to the aid bill of complaint on or before March 6-5t Reliable Seed for all crops.V The oldest largest ::
top of.a hill. Jack IIIbili own tavern there seems likely to be wiped out by the 6th day of April 1914, the same being established and
,., man within the next fifteen a rule day of this Court: and that W seed house in Florida.
; .; b qa eL. years.- order be published once a week for 12 con
The British who had reasou to suspett Chicago News. secutive yeeks in the Bradford County Telegraph Not Catching..Tane's DARBY & MARTIN
a weekly newspaper of general circulation sister was coming home from J
\ the,young nvm U a uniform. setout in the said Bradford County Flor ;
t::; -i In ,chase of him but Jack's horse Just an Oversight. ida.WITNESS normal school. 206 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Rae =2 '

i l :was again too speedy for them, and he It was 9 o'clock in the morning In an the Honorable J. T. Wills "Why is she coming home?" asked Feb 6.tf.
Judge of said Circuit Court and also
; ,_' 04 aafely 'away to Washington with English town and the roads were official signature as well as the seal of this my the neighbor. "Is she sick?' I ts-'l j 1t

l. ',to*:hews that Tarl toll was no'longer, blocked with snow. The maid who Court this the 81 day of December, 1913. at Yes.. she is very, very sick," said

,,'. .acting' support of Cornwall!*-a bit had been given a week's notice was Starke Florida. W. T. WEEKS. Jane. rYi f

;:. of information that was of. the great facing the last day of her sojourn In Clerk Circuit Court "What ails her?" asked the neighbor. i

.-V .cvt -varue to the commander of tbr the house. She handed the usual cup A. V. LONG By R.AND A. J.Weeks E. FUTCH D. C. "Well, I don't know exactly. Mamma

.V; Continental army. of tea to her mistress In bed and then l-9-13t Solicitors ,for Complainant. had a letter from the principal, and

To Jack JowHt's quick-wit and darIng said sweetly. "Ob. ma'am, when ye he said it was lack of mental ability.I ti e

W the"'author of the Declaration of asked me yesterday if we had everything don't know whether it is catching or
'
.. .Independence many another hardly la for tonight's party I forgot to Double Duty. ."Philadelphia Ledger.

lens famous patriot owed: 'their liberty tell ye we are out of coal and the fur An English sportsman-they call a Favorite F Fertilizers :

.; and perhaps their evape from a trai, nee Is goin' out"This man sportsman In England when he Mystified.
a has and nothing to do-has hit
1;, ..tor's death upon the tl41ifold.-YQuth't money Little Elizabeth was telling her first .
S Earthly Stage. upon a very clever idea. He owns an .
: Companion. dream to her grandma and her auntie.
--- "The sun." remarked the kindly citizen automobile and a yacht When he Her mother who was listening asked 'f
"shines for alL" wants to use his yacht he runs the
: .. A Marshal's Retort her a question about it, whereupon
"And that's what worries automobile aboard and harnesses it to ,
some Elizabeth looked up wonderingly and
It is on record that the Prince of Orange. "
the propeller. Then he off the
people averred the caustic citizen. tips said:
: filled with rage because.he had
t; been beaten at Fleurus Leuze Stein- They seem to think the sun ought to self starter the auto gets busy the "Why. you were there. mamma! ARE BEST

kerque,and Nerwlnds. alluding to the be handled as a spot lighfLoulsville propeller churns the water and the Don't you 'memberr'-Llppincott's. .i..

"' CourierJournal.As plain yacht becomes a fast motorboat -- .
Uarshal of Luxembourg: FOR a
When the where he
sportsman gets Curious.
V, "Can.lt be that 1 shall never beat that I 'J:
hunchback He Saw It wants to go he ties up the yacht, runs "They are Impossible people aren't :

r "How' does he know, that I am. a Wlfe-Oh. 1 saw the dearest little the auto ashore and gayly whizzes they?" ,ALL CROPS :::1

':. bat today.HubThat's. along the good roads. Of course, to be
hnnchbackr said the French marshal "Well. I should say they were! Why Write

"He never laW my back; I always saw : just like you-always perfectly fair about it. the sportsman they are the kind of people who when for Catalogue I
i should take the yacht aboard the auto
I ." looking for the dearest Instead of the
they economize "
-
I moderately priced.-Boston Transcript when he is on land but up to the -Life. actually save money? .;tfl.=<

Misgivings. present time he has shown no willingness -,

,. "I want to go to my glazier's. only be Temperamental."How to display any such form of altru An Invitation. ,,

glue me a pane" Is the star actress today ism. He's got a good idea, however. He-I've half a mind to kiss yon.

-And I would like to go'to my gro- "I don't know. The doctor's In her Pampered autos have too long been She-Is the other half out of commiaaion INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER C.

crX but he'll give me a wel&h..-Bal. room now taking her temperament" permitted to go aboard as stowaways.It's ?-Rmton Transcript

timore American.For Baltimore American.Too high time they were compelled to ..

work their passage-Cleveland Plain Om OM Sons, Ottw RMMBM bat Can. JACKSONVILLE FLA.WE .

himself doth a man work evil in much is worse than want-GerI Dealer. The wont cast.BO matter of how long standing "

.working evil fur another.-Heatod. j I I man Proverb -- I Porter are cored Antiseptic by the ronderfui Healing, OIL old! reliable It relieve Dr. SELL SEED POTATOES V :

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LIVE WIRE CANINES.Queer MONUMENTSTOJHE POTATO. WINNING HAPPINESS.Get China's Peerless',: Iron Mine. t 4
rChina's
THE MAJORHad
CATARRH OF R
: PILED famous iron:mine, the Tayeh, !
Little Watchdogs on the Canal- There Are Several Handsome Ones In on Good Terms With Yourself and the foremost in the far east Is f>pe-

boati In Holland. England and Germany. Everything About You. THE PHARYNX. dally notable for the ease with which

For many generations the breed of Although America; is the original Happiness can never come from the It is worked. It stands peerless In the -

>' to Flee at the Last Battle dog now known as: the i'hiJlllt'rke was home of the potato. it is only in Eu- outside to the inside unless happiness Clearing out your throat every day, world in this respect excavation requiring -

1 t nameless, but us they became familiar I rope that monument have) -\>:..MI erected already exists in the inside. We become all day. That is what you have been no machine power. The work :

,. of the Revolution. features along the banks o* the canals : to honor the ratniliai; vpwt.be.! happy: because there are certain doing for months. Possibly years. A is dune Ly hand by the Chinese coolies.
little mucus covers the pharynx.If
In their native country, Holland they There are several such uuumiuvuts In eleitv, .s within us that respond Im- you were to go to a doctor he The wine is reputed to be inexhaustible -

i won tbeir'pl'tient name, which means Germany and England vesting large mediately to the things that make up. would tell you that you have phar- in its ore. In the days of the "three

FIGHT WON WITH A BROOM. "little skipper." Tourists of the present sums of money and presenting the happiness.To yngitis. If you were to look into kll1 tIows" the locality formed a UIG.V- >

day in Holland will see few canal work of famous sculptors. The most! be thoroughly happy you must your own throat you would finct-Just ter of bloody fighting, and the \Iciuity!

J boats that have not their two skippers elaborate is that at Offenburg. which be on good terms with yourself.Also back of the soft palate a red lumpy, abounds in relics of tltat memorable

I. Engagement Was Short, Sharp man and dog. His popularity is much honors Sir'Francis Drake as the first it means that you have fath- granular appearance of the back part period in Chinese history. It is alout

and Decisive, and In It the Patriot more than national In extent Travelers man to introduce potatoes into Europe. omed the mystery of happiness in of the throat Pharyngitis the doc- 3.UGO Chinese miles from Peking overland ,

Spitfire, Mistress Day,. Earned the and dog breeders, attracted by the The monument consists of an excel- every growing thing about you. tors call itPerhaps and about 4,980 Chinese miles by
he would call it folicular
Right to Her Title and to Fame. Intelligence and nervous energy of this lent statue of Drake, rising from an man>that is not on good terms A.I pharyngitis. It causes you constant water. Tayehhsten is traversed byrangl'S

; twelve pound mite have carried, him elaborate base decorated with gar the trees and flowers and birds and You always making of hills and mountains, the valleys '
annoyance. are
The last battle of the Revolution was into other countries. lands of the potato plant, with full houses and' the scores of other gifts slight disturbances when seated in an I of which abound in innumerable u

" ot at Yorktown. nor was it any of the The scbipperke is an excellent watch- grown tubers. Several tablets are of nature can never be upon good audience. Can't bold your throat lakes of all sizes with water course

; small skirmishes that occurred dog. For generations be'has been placed about the base stating that terms with himself. For nature. still. Stringy mucus bothers you. facilities. Consequently the locality is '

.\ the surrender of Cornwallis and trained to guard his master's boat His Drake first brought the potato to Europe though silent In its expression, speaks Worse in the morning. rich in scenery of Brest beauty ,and

4 I ore the formal declaration of peace bark is peculiarly rapid and piercing with various laudatory Inscrip- truths more wondrous than the expressed A-hem! A-hem! A-hem! That is the Chinese poets t(( from ;widen times y ;

. 1783.' The last battle was of the na- and his oval eyes see everything. He tions as to the value of the potato to truths of men. the way you are going nearly all day. have never tired of singing of the
Sometimes in the night ,when .
of a duel and it happened on the has the reputation of never sleeping civilization. A similar monument to To be thoroughly happy you must wake up. You ought to gargle your you 'eI bt views" of Tayeh. LII the neighborhood

.r J the British evacuated New York. except in "cat naps" of a few minutes' Drake and the potato has been erectedat be on good terms with everything throat with salt water every morn- of the Tayeb iron mine are

,} The great day that was to see the duration. The activity alertness and Murz. about you. Ing. Cold salt water. That clears fouud the ruins of ancient iron foundries s

;1 of King George IIL's regiments endurance of the schipperke are really As a matter of historic fact, Drake Did you ever look up into the sky out the throat perfectly and makes it probably 1.000yearsold. Millions

\" fire these shores finally arrived. The astonishing. He has been compared to bad nothing whatever to do with introducing and ask yourself whether or not you ready for treatment of tons of slag\ He.in h :lIIH. '

I'I', tritish army was to board the ships a bundle of "live wires. the potato to Europe. It Is were on good terms with the stars Feruna is the treatment Beginwith e

in the harbor. In appearance the schipperke Is an generally supposed that Sir Walter Raleigh with the planets-with the moon? And a teaspoonful before each meal
,.: bat lay Washington
. his odd little fellow. As a rule his coat is was the discoverer of the potato, during the day. with the clouds and and at bedtime. Try it for a week.
troops were waiting at Kings-
You will be convinced. Of
entirely black abundant thick and and stories are told of his appearing I the marvelous sun that so greatly course
ridge and McGowan's pass to take Peruna will not entirely relieve you MAKE YOUR OWN I
harsh the head erect ears the streets of London affect these
disposition thingsdo
except on on wearing a your as
Ion of the city immedately on In a week. That la too much to expect -
sir departure. and legs It Increases to a mane or buttonhole' bouquet of potato blossomsIn affect the dispositions of every ,one? of any remedy. But it win bene- PAINT

Major William Cunningham theJritiuh frill round the neck. The head is foxyIn order attract attention to the new To be thoroughly happy you must fit you so much you will be con .

provost marshal and command- type, the muzzle fine, but not weak; vegetable. make the wonderful truths and ex- vinced. Yes, it will It has, done YOU will SAVE
the"neck strong and rather short and According to one version the potatoes pressions of nature your mental com- this many times.
SO PERth
of the the tis.
prison on common ;
gavee
the chest broad. Many of the schip- were first planted by Drake in Ireland. panions. Folicular pharyngitis. Big words. I
last look about his office, tossed perkes are oorn without tails. Those The fact is that the potato was first It Is impossible for you to be upon Almost as bad as the disease. But if THIS IS HOW
S
the key on the table and went out
Peruna for month -
that are not so born have their tails taken from America by the Spanish good terms with all people unless you you take one regularly 4 L.&M.Semi-
.nto the sunlight slamming the door you may forget that you ever Buy gals.
hind him with much unnecessarynee. docked when very young since custom long before .the exploration: of either fall in alignment with their sympathies had such a disease. Then you will Mixed Real Paint $&.40

His infamous reign was Insists on a tailless schipperke.-' Lon Drake or Raleigh.-Pittsburgh Dis- and with their viewpoints. It Is have a perfect right to forget the big And 3gals.LinseedOil.
don Standard. patch. impossible for you to bring out the words toe.People to mix with it L10Makes7galforl0.LA
er. There were few'forms of cruel- -
best that is within unless you use as who object to liquid medicines -
that he bad hesitated to practice on a basic of can now obtain Peruna Tablets ?:
THE GOLDEN MANIA. standing perfect equality -
luckless Continental prisoners in OLD ENGLISH FORMALITY.
terms.-Toledo Times. It's only$1.50per g rL:
'
charge. Among the mOdest were
,
Baths In Gleaming Coins That Seemedto HOG CHOLERA The L A M. SEMI-MIXtO
contamination of their drinkingter When a Wife Never Called Her Husband REAL PAINT Is PVItE3ITE LEAD:
by throwing rubbish into the by His First: .Name. Soothe the Victims. ANCIENT MEDICAL HUMOR. Many thousands of dollars are lost ZINC ud UNSEEn OIL-the: test bona
,_. materials tor 100 '
years. ,
ell and the appropriation and sale of There is a curious picture of the formality Some years ago a London Journalistwho by the farmers of Florida every year paint Use a gal.ort cf any you boy and if not the '
ir rations for his own profit of a former generation in Sir had speculated in railroad stocks Specimens From the Rome of Nearly from hog cholera and Bradford countyis beet paint n.'e.t''M return the Hint and get
netted 5,000 as the result of a lucky Twenty Centuries Ago. all yow raoccy tact. 4
The Mends and relatives of his Tic- Algernon "One City and Many not but contributes
were flocking back to the city triit. Men" wherein he states' that in his venture. Drawing it in gold the fortu- That there was no lack of medical/ exempt, largelyto DE WITT C. JONES.i

and it behooved Major Can youth it was considered highly improper nate man repaired to a hotel, emptiedthe humor in the classic days of Rome is this loss. As County Demonstration 4

" jijgIim not to linger. So be left, for a wife to address her husband bags of gold in the bed and went made: sure by the ancient epigrams; ,of agent I will be glad to visit any Starke, Florida

,prison turned into the common, by his Christian name or for a to sleep literally the sands of Pac- Martial of nearly 2.000 years ago. The farmer's place who has an outbreakof

4 crossed It to gain Broadway. He son to: address his parents without tolna. The man was so crazed by his London Lancet shows that the (met cholera and vaccinate his hogs free f

rode along muttering curses under, saying "sir" or "ma'am." good fortune that he found indescribable bore a grudge against the specialist:> of cost, if they will notify me of such

., Is breath. At the corner of Broad "I never heard my mother call my pleasure in reveling in a golden of his day. for it seems they bad this outbreak. The State Board of Healthfurnishes

and Murray street somethingit father by -his I Christian name." he I bath. variety of practitioners then and pokes the serum free when needed DO WHAT

his eye He stopped hesitated, writes. "and,I recollect distinctly that t Paganini the violinist when he received fun at the oculists and at the surgeon; and if will
turned aside and hastened down, the fame of a very fashionable and the proceeds of his concerts-be who Indulged In clinical teaching. Of applied! properly save
insisted being paid in gold-used about 90 per cent of hogs infected. YOU : :
array street brilliant woman was seriously imperiled upon the latter he has a patient complain In
What audacity! What monstroWiu4aeltJr' I because after some great man's to wash his bands in sovereigns.A good Latin, and this complaint tm Yours to serve, 0. L. MIZELL, i

!he thought But it was like, death a letter from her to him was French novelist Soulie wrote a been made over into current English: Special Agent, Duke,,r Fla PLEASE WITH

rebel .spitfire Mistress Day. Hould e I discovered beginning with his Christian book entitled "The Memoirs of the I lax ilL but soon Svmmachus sought me .i

I teach her one Sinai lesson.He name. I I Devil" ,It took. The publishers paid With a class of a hundred young-men. I OTHER1BUSINESS' R.

| reached the Day house, which The formal sir was current every him for the first volume $10.000 in Whose hundred cold paws have broug".

'a tavern near Greenwich street where. At Eton we never recognizedany gold. The author carried the gold to The me fever I lacked till then. DR. L;J.iADAMSV =
ened the gate and shook his fist ate departure from this practice, and his bedroom poured it into a footbath -
The of the American Medical ,
Stars and -Stripes that fluttered. letters between boy friends began. and enjoyed for half: nn hour the excitement Journal erinary Surgeon S' I r

om a tall flagpole, as if waving apilant 'My dear sir.' of moving: his feet to and fro association calling attention to the

welcome to the Continental "4 friend of mine dining with Lady in a bath of gold .coius smoking mean- medical ways of the ancient city notes ( BUT WE :
that diseases due to luxurious habits
while the 1 hugest of Havana
p& Jersey heard her.say she never recol-
Wrathfully he seized the halyards lected her father Lord Westmoreland A Boston nu-rchant of great wealth. had multiplied greatly in Rome. What .WILL

began to pull the flag down the though specially attached to her sister believing certain symptoms Indicated was called gout-that is, pains and ,

|>le. 'There was something about the Lady Lonsdale, calling her any that be would become insane consulted aches in joints and muscles and the '

.that soothed his ruffled feelings. thing but Lady Lonsdale. And Henry a specialist and. under bis advice vague conditions that we now call APPRECIATEYOUR .

't e would at least take' back to Engd Greville. who was present at the same became an iuaiate of a private asylum. rheumatism-bad also greatly increased. :

with him'one captured rebel ban- dinner. said that he remembered his For twelve years there his recreationwas Pliny, who was an older con- FlkEINSURANCE r

3 r. But he 'bad reckoned without mother Lady Charlotte and her brother piling up gold coins and then temporary of Martial, says "Gout used I! r t

::t JiBtress Day: the Duke of Portland meeting in knocking teem over. At times be to be an extremely rare disease not -M

_':; her kitchen that patriotic wo- the morning at Welbeck abbey, when washed his hands in gold eagles and in the times of our fathers and grandfathers i ; I

; heard the creaking of the pulley the salutations were: halt eagles. At the end of the long se- only, but even within my own iI I r.i .

her fljgstaff. She tiptoed to her 'How is your ladyship this morning clusion he returned to his ''countingroom memory." Although the gouty were I J. R. DAVIS & CO." :

Dt windows and peeped out She ?' and iu twelve months confirmed usually rich and of luxurious habits. All diseases of the Horse,

ew the major only too well, and she **'1 am quite welL I am obliged to the thoroughness of his recovery by some of them evidently were not good Cow and Dog treated. I Agency Established 1S86 J
crmiued to prevent this final out- your grace. amassing $;;)()(),OOO.-St. Louis Republic. I pay. An evidence of this is thus given: ,
vaccinated
She flew back to the kitchen and Have your Hogs 41ffj
gee
Diodorua. while he sues in court. I 1 STARKE FLA.
\
lized her broom.in On feet to prevent Cholera. _
gouty can stand. r 1 i
Railroad Fatalities.A An Exchange of Compliments.This
( the meantime, with his back toe But when the lawyer's bill is broughtThe '
has estimated that in true Have Cows tested for
contemporary correspondence ending gout sets fast his hand.Mask.ed your :: t
' i house, the major was hauling away since the average length of a railroad Irish fashion actually passed between I tuberculosis before using milk. y .

gorously A few more jerks and the journey in this country is thirty-four two men in England some years ago. Women. Prompt attention given to I.
I; would be within his grasp. Bang! I
miles and a passenger may 2275. "Mr. Thompson presents his compli-
Upper class Swahili women wear calls day night
II hat flew off "and or 4
suddenly went
122 such journeys with only one ments to Mr. Simpson and begs to re f
curious masks which made of
are
s Qttling down the yard. In his asnhihment chance of being killed, it would take quest that he will keep his doggs: from Call at Edward Stable, opposite Starke \
leather and beads on a wooden frame.
he continued to pull SMOKE
meideally him at two trips a day 3.792 years to trespassing on his grounds." House !
The mask Is derived from the tradi- ,
on the halyards. Bang, '
run the full gamut of risk. That is to "Mr. Simpson presents his compli- sum, flORID ,
A hack! The tional usage of Moslem women who
times
[ major saw many say. if the one fatal accident happenedto ments to M;. Thompson, and begs to
re> than thirteen and the must keep their faces covered in the
stars
-
powr him in the present year it would suggest that in future he should not e :
flew from his wig in all directions. presence of men. For several I centuries A.P.H.CIGARS
have.been necessary for him to start spell 'dogs' with two gees.
|dropped the and turned Arab traders have frequentedthis X
rope about his railroad traveling, at two trips a "Mr. Thompson's respects to Mr. .
>le with Indignation. east African coast and to their STOMACH HEALTH-
day, in the year 1879 B. C. It must Simpson aid will feel obliged if he .
"' ["Woman.do. you realize what you will add the letter to the last wordIn influence are due most of the civilized .. x
be borne in mind. however, that be e OR NO COST TO YOU
4 doing he roared. The broom- might be killed on his first trip. the note just received so as to rep customs foand today among the na- f J

was in the air again and the resent Mr. Simpson and lady." tives of the district The clothing Very likely others have advised you to Made in Starke : =

or'dodged. Whack! It struck him'ualell Schoolboy Blunders. "Mr. Simpson returns Mr. Thomp-- worn by these prosperous dames is of use Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets, because rnLnfLftn.rui

across the bridge of his nose These mistakes by British school- son's note unopened, the impertinence silk:their.shoes are partly of sliver,and scores of people in this community believe I
d the field at once became ensan It contains being only equaled by its they wear much silver Jewelry. The them to be the best remedy ever made for r i
boys are reported by'the London
Dyspepsia and Indigestion. That is whatwe .
L Tulgarity.-Toronto Mail and Empire. Moslems In Zanzibar by the way. are .- ,
: Times: think, too, because we know what they ;
,bleeding officer now began toe "When the last French attack at Wa- less fanatically strict about religious have done for others and what they are J \,

hasty counsel with himself. He terloo proved a failure Napoleon turn- Toothpicks In England. usages than their brethren in Morocco made of. We have so much faith in them t

late for the embarkation' theetkan ed very pale and rode at full gallop to Toothpicks are not so generally used and Turkey.-Wide World Magazine. that we urge You to try them at our risk.

troops would soon be upon St Helena." United States beIng If they don't help you, they won't cost you
In England as in the -
I e ground, his hat bad received an ir- "Bob" wvi "Cob" In Money. cent If they don't do ail that you want
"A problem is a figure which yon do in no real sense considered a house- them to do-if don't
[parable dent his wig was in the things with which are absurd, andthen bold necessity.: At the hotels and restaurants Most people 'would know what was stomach to health they and make restore digestion your
'i est disorder his meant by the term -bob when speaking your HANNE BRCOR. I'I
regimentals were you prove It" especially those frequentedby easy-just tell us and we will give back
v with marks of the bloody af- "When Chaucer describes the of money. But would they be able without word
prioress Americans, they are often supplied. your money a or question. ADAMS CLEVEl.A1$ *'
; j
:: 7.his head was yet spinning from as 'amiable of port' he means that though in a large percentage of eating to say offhand what a "cob" is or was Containing Pepsin and Bismuth, two of I

P |ntaet with Mistress Day's weapon, she was .fond of wine." houses they are given only upon request in a similar connection? It was used the greatest digestive aids known to medi- .Big 1 Whiskey HoHONFST < :

r l d there were unmistakable signs "The mineral wealth of a country is and there are thousands of restaurants in polite circles In the seventeenth century cal science, they soothe the inflamed stom- i, t
at Mistress for it occurs in a letter from the ach lining, help in the secretion of gastric AND KEIPR'CE
Day's arm was by no ginger beer and lemonade. and other eating places where juice check heartburn and distress
,
Earl of Essex-"So wife her a promote
as weary! Some warning bugle they are not obtainable even on re- my gave regular bowel action, and make it (
t 1ST ON
from the Battery decided the A Giant Redwood. quest. Silver and gold toothpicks suit- cob for which she seemed very thank- possible for you to eat whatever you like .; .

tter. He turned about and strode The largest tree in the United States able for carrying in the pockets are fur-printed in the new volume of the whenever you like, with the comforting 1< &

picking l up his damaged headgearthe hi said to be the pother of the forest sold to some extent among the well to "Camden" series, the editor of which assurance that there will be no bad after- ,A. n'J .. .

way. Mistress Day smiling a giant redwood in the Calaveras big do classes.New York Post gives the information that the cob was effects. We believe them to be the best J \
' "a of the value of which remedy made for dyspepsia and indiges-
tented I). returned to her kitchen to tree grove in California. It Is supposed piece money
varied from 4 shillings to as much as 6 tion. Sold only at the more than 7,000
the to contain 140.619 board feet of RUB
'
pOaw taking and brewing for Rexall -MY-
Clever Scheme. in 1675.-London Chronicle Stores,and in this town only at our TISM i I'
shillings
> evening festival lumber. There are. however, ,
many "Blink's wife seems to be quite a store. Three: sizes,25c,50c and$1.00. t
t took the major sometime to re- claimants for the honor of being th" Will cure your Rheumatism

he, this evidences of conflict before "largest tree" and the "oldest tree." musician."Yes. "She is a fine pianist" No Chance to Elope. Mitchell's Drug Store, Starke, Fla.Making Neuralgia, Headaches, Champs, |

appeared at the Battery. He muste and these claims according to foresters "How does she keep in practice Girls in New Guinea have little ---S 1 Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts' and .>

been b\rd.put to it to explain his cannot always be verified.-Indian- when she N away from borne?" chance to run away. Their parents Burns,Old Sores,Stings of Insects ;j t': '
news apolis sews. force them to sleep in a little house on It Easy. 1 "
and
hia Etc.
Antiseptic
disheveled state to his "She carries: a large muff. Anodyne,used; 1Il't
nor the topmost branch of a tall tree, then "Your daughter; plays nothing but ,
officer.!
His career after hisna "What for?" !ernally and externally. Price 25c. ITo :"
the ladder is removed and the slumber classical music.
i to Errand Sizing Up a Tip. ,
continued to be dis- % "Just to keep her hand in.
table "I'm afraid 1 gave that waiter too of the parents is not disturbed by "Yes." replied Mrs. Cnmrox.: "It Is 4
He was executed for for- Prevent Blood Poisoning; : .
fears of an elopementCaught better: so. If she plays only classicswe .
eight big a tip. said the frugal: diner.
year after he left New The Retort Caustic. can't be sure whether what annoys apply at once the wonderful old telaible\ DR. .
to: As fur Mistress "De\ ,seemquite appreciative. PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEAUNC On. I
Day. the wo- Miss llinkles-Bn'rytbing costs so is her performance or the composition ; ur- .
tw
wbtW "That's it 1 merely wanted him to Enough. ;ical dressing that relieves pain and heals athe :
'- the m. the first American flag say: 'Thank your 1 didn't expect him much nowadays: 1 suppose I'll have Mary-The doctor says this illness of Its(>lt.-Walbincton St.ir. > same. time. Not a liniment. 2SC,50Jc. fillet \t 6
i
vtited city and who fought: to live plainer. Miss Sharptuns;-Why, i f. ,.
won tin to bow anti say 'Good night sir.- mine is caused by a t"rmgnl' --- ----- -,- ---- ---- a
lea conflict of the Revo- : Waihinton Star. my dear, you couldn't be any plainer What did be call! !It? Mary-I'don't re- ;,.
on, she baa and live.-London Telegraph.Well member. I caught the Disease, but nil' I
? enjo.ved.-Youth's Companion.
Principles.We the name.-Judge.!

I I mast be careful to have our principles Helped. Bradford County; 'i
Cutting Remark
., and he ready to die for them. Ethel-So Kate I is finally married Sometimes.
dards we indeed: ourselves by the same Rut we m"st be careful not to label How did she come to take the plunge? Tommy-Pop. a man and his 'w1f. u _

we use for Judging others our prejudices "principles" and oroceedto Marie-She didn't She was shoved are one, aren't they? Tommy's Pop- a '' s __

"1*of tance.ns would New be Orleans cutting our own die for them. off by three younger sisters.Boston Yes nay son: sometimes oneloo many. Abstract CompanyA ; : ",

Picayune. I I TranscriptMan's -Philadelphia! Record. .. # '
I
a I II I Fri ')idhin is the only thins In the complete record of Bradford,County lands I "' : : : "
hew way if the old way doesIproilnce world concerning the us'fulnesl of prpflt fault te that he has !o He is not the best carpenter who 3 4

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375 acres of choice lands, withnatural drainage, two valuable Mineral Springs, supplying an :

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


;. : between Starke and Lawtey on the Seaboard Air Line Railway and Raiford on the Atlantic Coast. j


Line. A first class business point--being thickly settled with leading farmers and berry growers; a 1


public school located in center of property requiring three teachers.A i


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


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

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


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


suit buyers. Call on, or address W. E. DAVIS, Owner Starke, Fla. \;


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A The services at the Christian Church

Revival Meeting have been resultingin

from two to five additions each f

County News Items j night and a great interest has been ,

developed. Rev. Ernest House will b

a continue to preach each night ;until
Sunday. The following services have
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Facts Week by Our
Interesting Gathered During the been announced:

Regular. Correspondents. ... ,e Friday night-"The Work of The
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k. Holy Spirit in Conversion" (Illustrated o

by a chart).

J LAWTEY ENTERPRISE.Miss Saturday night-"The Healing of .
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r Naaman.
On her 70th birthday, the 20th of Debbie Phillips and Mrs. Car- 4
I Sunday morning, 11 o'c1 k- .
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March, Mrs. E. L Stafford was pleas- rie Norman and baby spent a delightful + "What is a Christian?" 1.

antly surprised by a shower of beauti- day shopping and visiting at r i'b Sunday, 2:30 p.m.-"Speeial service .
ful postcards from friends and rela- Starke and reports, a fine time.D. .
and after the service
.11 a baptismal -
tivw. In the afternoon she was again L Phillips has been called to I
service will be conducted.
surprised>> when a number of her preach at Maxville Union Church and ,;
Sunday night-"Change of Heart"Illustrated
friends gathered at her home to offer it will take up most of his time there. :

their congratulations. Many beautiful We wish him great success in that ( by a .chart). _...." '.

tokens of their love were given by mission. -I

friends, and altogether the day was 0. J. Phillips is spending a few STAGE GhCSTS. 1' .

r one' of. the happiest she had ever days with friends and relatives in i r Kean's Contrivance to Make the Shadeof \W :

spentMiss. and around Theressa, after which_he Banquo Realistic.I .
Annie Brown Edwards, who will work both at Theressa and think it was Charles Kean who

lug been spending several: weeks with Hampton for the Geo. Allen Produce J. VERNON JONES first resorted to illusion to make a

friends in Savan- York stage ghost a little transparent, saysa
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MaconLouisville House, of New We wish him Candidate for County Treasurer of
nah and other places in Georgia, re- great'success with this new work. Bradford County writer in London Tit-Bits. When f i
turned home last to the he produced "Macbeth" at the oldPrincess'
Friday gratification D. L Phillips and Chas. Hillard
theater be manufactured
of her many friends-here. were visitors-and shoppers at Lawtey a ,
visited her sister, Mrs. J. H. Harrison contrivance which allowed funquo.sgbost !
.. Mr. T. E. Price, of Gainesville, was Tuesday, March 24.
Saturday and Sunday.Mrs. to appear through a transparent
the guest of friends here Saturdayand Most of our farmers have planted column. .
Maud Herrin and children are 'LJti19
Sunday. their crops, such as corn and pinders, visiting relatives at Sampson. Liter on. when Mrs. Ann Eadcliffe's -
Misses Louise and Nettie Smith, of and the outlook for a good year will "Romance of the Forest" was stagedat

}' Chicago, has been spending several mean.lots jto our little village. Covent Garden theater those responsible -...-.....
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t days here as the guests of their broth- There is to be a pound 'party at A party of eleven baseball fans, for its production arrangedthat r

'er, Mr. A. A. Smith. 4 Miss Anna Clemens' home, near whose enthusiasm was not dampenedby the spook in the piece should be '

Mr. C. W. Thomas, of Baldwin, was Wateroak, Thursday night March 26. the wet weather, started by auto- seen by the audience through a gauzeof .
bluish color so that the too
the guest Tuesday of his brother, Mr. A great time is planned and many mobile from Starke to Gainesville last corporeal effect gra of a live actor mightbe

0.,L Thomas. games are going to be played. Three Friday to witness the practice game removed. < >;l

Rev. R. A. Corrine, district supt. cheers for a good time. between Connie :Mack's players and When the old playhouse in Drury ""

i ,f the' St. Johns River Conference, Berries have been booming for the the university team at Gainesville.One lane opened In 1 17D4 with a performance HULL'S
DEPARTMENT
preached at the Methodist church here past three weeks, but the freeze we car containing Messrs. Walter of "Macbeth." Banquo'e ghost STORE. 11

last Monday evening. The first quarterly had has put them back and we will Graham, Bill Powell Willie Baisden was omitted. Although Mr. Eembte's .- ;

p .. I conference was held after the not ship many until a new crop comes George White. and William Stroud, acting was fine enough to make the :'t;
service. in about the 1st or 10th of,April. balked a mile this side of Hamptonand audience almost believe that they real .......................,..............NINNNN

t Quite a number of,our citizens have The potato crop is looking good, the occupants 1 were compelled to ly did see the ghost, yet the people
were not satisfied until the system
been attendance at the special we are glad to say, and we hope the walk to Hampton and return home they had been used to was readoptedand
term of circuit court in Starke this people will soon see the strawberriesare later on the train. The other car Banquo's shade allowed to trot. 4 Progressive Qusiness Fir In Starke'jReaders

week. carrying Messrs. C. F. Hoover, J. C.
not the only.product that can be bodily across the boards. i.

k.. Mrs. 0. L Thomas and son, Harold, grown in our county. Hoover, Homer Limbaugh, Allen Reflecting mirrors and the cinematograph '' ,
were visitors ,to McClenny Tuesdayand Clinton Rowe and Julius Ennis Canova and Leo Canova, reached its are corning in general use at of the Telegraph :will find it to their*

Wednesday. started over to D. L Phillips' the destination, but these ardent fans the theaters and with them it has j advantageto trade with the firms Irep.. :f

'Mrs. U. G. Turner ,and little were doomed to disappointment be- been found possible to manufacture
r son, other night to get Hess, the coon resented in this f
ghosts capable of striking terror into directory.
Daniel, of Starke, were guests last hunter, but he happened 'to be else- cause the game did not take place as
the hearts of all followers of the occult i
{ Friday at the home of Mrs. M. E. where and they decided to go anyway. announced. t ,. ........................N

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c Mrs. F. W. Roosevelt, of South planted pinders, they jumped a fine ;- Rudeness About Doors. ..........................

t America, is spending a few days with coon and in 30 minutes bagged him a HULL'S DEPARTMENT STORE j I Never mind if you do not happen to .
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friendsin this week. know the who is behind DRY GOODS. FURNITURE.
Lawtey coming
coon and in 30 minutes bagged him and Field and Garden Seed person .

Rev. Henry Ezell of Briceville, went home. We are sorry that the We have had a time getting some you. Hold the door or gate open .......................... N1; NN IINNIIINN
for him just the same. Of course the
at the school house last
preached water has been so high, for we know
of our seed but we. are' fixed now.
order be several be-
Sunday afternoon and in the evening that D) N. Rowe and R. E. Hess would next in may steps 'NN2 0
Chufas
Beans
Beans, Corn, Velvet hind, or you may be obliged to'save .
at Saxton. have had the woods ringing all the Florida Seed Peanuts, Seed Potatoes.If two seconds to catch your train. You J. W. MORGAN .. FURNITURE

Mrs. J. C. Adkins, of Gainesville, time. But the time will come when you didn't get your crops planted may in cases like these feel compelledto Headquarters for .

spent the first of the week here at the farmers will be glad for them to early, it may be just as welL The slam a door or gate in the face of Ladle Ready-to-Wear Goods, and a"aoet anything else 701

the home of her mother, Mrs. M. E. hunt these vermin, as they destroylots weather is right now for planting and an innocent fellow being. .But in Dry Goods, Notions, Etc. night want 2;

, Edwards. of pinders and corn. "Thanks to the prospects for good crops, both I scores of instances recently observed HULL'S DEPARTMENT
I doors and have been slammed in
CoL J. C. Adkins, of Gainesville, gates
the hunters from the vicinity. and STORE.
field garden, are exceedinglygood. : _
the faces of those following by boorishmen
r. spent Sunday here with relatives. Andrew Hillard and his wife are Everything for field and gar- and women, apparently out., of MMMMMMMMMM+Mt.. OG
1 Mr. and Mrs.'L H. Hill were visit- having sthee ETAION ETAOIN NN den. Plows Garden ,Tools Harness
I sheer clownishness. Sometimes the BUILDERS' SUPPLIES :'.
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ors to' Starke Monday. living in one of S. Norman's houses Plow Parts, Bolts, rivets, in fact we person thus insulted may happen to be .

I, .Mr. and Mrs. Will Goodfellow, of and we wish them good luck for the have the particular thing that you one whom you may wish to please. It ............. ,',........ .NN11/411

'- Mounds, -Tenn. arrived here the first future. want. pays to be a lady or a gentleman even ,. DENTISTS z,

of the week, and will remain several Court at Starke calls many of our Fertilizers to suit any crop. when you think you are among stran- j '
weeks with relative gers.-Kate Upson Clark in Leslie's. : NIIII iHlNN
neighbors from here week, as HULL'S DEP.RnIESTORE Quigley Lumber & Supply Co.
School Supt. F. G. Schell, of Lake several are on the jury. An "Absent Minded Beggar."
r Butler,. was* a business visitor to 'Dealer .In +: '
Jerry Witcher has a very fine position In "Bohe :ln Days In Fleet Street" 0 .
? Lawtey Monday and Tuesday.. offered him at Marion Reddick's is this anecdote of Phil May, the art- Builders SuppliesPaints it. .
o4DR.. U.. G. TURNER
.. and we hope he will stick to it and it Grain PrivilegesMONEY ist: Varnishes, Concrete .
PROGRAMMEDebating to him. Phil was et one time ordered horse Plumbing. '. DENTIST
exercise. It was thought that this >
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Society at Worthington IN WHEAT mode of progression would Insure his 0 Estimates Cheerfully Furnished. : Edwards Building
Evening April 4 safe and early return to the domestic -
and calls the safest and
Puts
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hearth. But it did not always work. Upstairs Post
SAMPSON CITY I over
method of -
< ; surest trading in wheat -
One afternoon Phil home
was riding
: f._ 1. Welcome address, J. E. Byrd. )!r. W. A. Mayo made a business corn or oats. Because your loss is I from Fleet street to Ms hom-e in Ken- N r
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.. ... ,,'.' ":I 2. Reading, E..B. Reaves. trip to Palatka ore day last week. I bought No further risk. sincton. and_ in passing through Leicester .....
I., ::1'f '.".';' 3. Extemporaneous speech, K. S. Mrs. W. H. Sloan and children visit- Positively the most profitable way square, thought that he would REAL ESTATE. ;MNNr I
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.r Lamb. drop in at the Coy clcb. He
1. ed relatives at Graham Saturday ardSunday. : of trading.
r 4. Reading, N. Sheely. .. I Opea an account You can buy 10 gave his burse in charge of an urchinto NNNN/N.N..NN..... :' SOTlON
10 calls 10,003 bushels held for him It ions then 4 In the
puts or ca
5. Debate Resolved that there'smore
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; W. Rafc=e, of Graham, "a".
grain for $10, or you can buy both j afternoon. At 2 o'elo<:k In the morn- ; -
.t hajpiness in single than married visited her sister, Mrs., Leah Brown I for z :
$20 or as many more as you wish. ing a police constable entered the clubto '
';: 1> life. Saturday and Sunday I An advae or decline'of 1 cent gives inquire whether one of the members COMER L. PEEK 4 : t' +** ,
:J ,: Affirmative: C. C. Scaff, L 0. Wihtt, Mrs. J. C. Barr of Graham, visited I von the chance to take $100 profit.A I hid left a horse in charge of a boy e; _;;

R. W. 'McLeod, her daughter, Mrs. Alma Byrd, one Write movement for full of 5 cents ?5CO profit. outside. The secretary rememberedthat Florida Real Estate Land and $ ... b d of tionsReadytoWear ,
particulars and Bank
Negative: A. H. Sparks, E. E. day last week. < May was the proud possessor of .. Goods,
.' ; Shallar, W. R DuBose. Mr. Frank Jones made a business References.R. ft' NEUMANN a steed. But May, had left the club Timber Espert" VA .; Novelties, Etc., you
'. at midnight He had Y'
forgotten all
> Speakers limited to 15 minutes. trip to Hampton one" day last week. New First National Bank Building I j about his horse and had driven homein f 33 years Experience at Starke. *, &: & toSTU3IPS
Everybody invited to come. Miss Violet Chapman, of Palatka COL47MBUS, OHIO j I hansom. 8 $ There's Reason.-
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