Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 3, 1914
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Established 1879 Subscription, per year $1.50 six month 75 .
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1 WILL BE HANGED +t+ and Most many readers publishers of newspapers are not +.. AT ITS HEIGHT PAST 60' DAYS +++ Do you people know -there's lots of *+4 'DEMONSTRATION\

t familiar with the laws governing + '" i +

SON DORSEY ACQUITTED + subscriptions.' Here are + CARLOAD SHIPMENTS DAILY SOME CIRCULATION NEWS + Growlin'Settin'like round a broody in every chicken town, tKnockin' + MADE AT STARKE FRIDAY '

f the decisions of the United + -- +

Lar 'Number of Minor Cases + States court on the subject. + Steady Stream of Revenue Names of Persons Who Paid. + down every good thing ++ Caricad-of; Berries- Pre-Cooetl! -

+ They are interesting and we Pouring Into Bradford Their Dues FebruI I + .
Disposed of at Special During Don't you be that kind o' + and Consigned to New +
fare glad of ,the opportunity
County Quickens ary and March.The + grouch +
Term of Court York /
+ to print them for the benefit It +
Business Cause they ain't no use on +
of our subscribers: + whose follow + -
The Bradford county circuit court persons earth, + Mr. J. Hartridjre, who
il convened in special session Monday + "Subscribers who do not give + Bradford county is enjoying remarkable paid their subscription dues to the + You just be a booster rooster + sents the Intermittent Vacuum Pre- .

i, + express notice to the contrary + prosperity at this time, Telegraph during the months of Feb. + Crow and boost
March 23, and adjourned Friday + for all + Cooling Corporation, of New York,
.!.. March 27. Judge J. T..Wills presided t are considered as wishing to evidences of which are seen OB every ruary and March: + you're worth. + gave a demonstration of the modem m
renew their subscriptions. + hand. Business is B. G. Mott, + '
T and State Attorney A. V. Long, assisted booming. Moneyis + process of pre-cooling fruits and
by Hon. A. Z. Adkins, conducted "If the subscribers order a + circulating freely and everybody ishappy B.. J. Rosier, + If your town needs boostin',. +I. vegetables here Friday afternoon,
f + discontinuance of their +
publics J. H. Mann
the prosecutions. on the way. Bank deposits are + boost 'er.Don't + vrkicb consists of forcing cold air into ._
1 + tion the publisher may con- + R. A. Griffis
thousands of
A number of important criminal increasing by dollars hold back and wait + a refrigerator car already iced until '
} + tinue to send them until 'all +
John.H. Sedgwick, +
of but the every day. People have money tospend to see + the
I j cases were disposed casein proper temperature of the air
; : + dues are paid. + and they are spending it and W. H. Miner, + If some other fellow's
( which public interest was chiefly willin'Sail + and products in the car is obtained.
I' s + "If the subscriber refuses to f
Mrs. A. C. Mills
the merchants +
I centered was that of Will Moore anSon d I are wearing smiles right in, this country'sfree + Then the car maybe: consigned to any
+ take periodicals from the post + M. F.
Dorsey for the murder of W. T. that won't come off. + market in the United States and will
+ office to which they are directed E. C. Croft
The +
fruit for No
strawberry-the one's
I Andrews. got a mortgage on it, + reach its destination without the
I + he is responsible until he + John H. Baisden
which there is substitute +
The hearing of this case .began no It's just yours as much as + I necessity of any delay or re-icing.
+ has settled his bill and ordered J. E. Clemons, + I
' -the last and best fruit the Creator his.
and continued + This insures
quicker service
(Thursday was Friday. '. and lower
The following jury was selected froma t the paper discontinued. + made and pronounced good-the G. M. Bennett, + You get in the boostin' biz. transportation rates'to the shipper.---
+ "If subscribers move to other + C. J. Haney +
in Bradford
greatest revenue producer

special venire of 90 names: B. + The demonstration was witnessed
I + places without informing the + T. J. Moore, +
t Perkins Samuel Summers W. R. county-is having its inning If things just don't seem to +J by many pcrcons who are interested r-

Warren, Wm. R. Alderman D. N. + publisher and the papers are + now. Carloads of this luscious edible Othma Haynes, + suit you, +Jin tJr; ;?'- of the test. W. R. r

r Rowe, B. M. Leverett, J. F. Brannen, + sent to the former address, the + leave Starke Lawtey, Hampton and R. C. Greene, + And the world seems kinder *1C Tanova was the special rerresenta- ,
+ subscriber is held responsible. + A. P.
t: Samuel Dukes, W. B. Crawford, W. other points every day and money is Fant + wrong .+ live: of the Seaboard Air Line Railway ,
j ( + "The courts have held that re- + flowing in in stream. C. A. Marks +What's the
U. Hammonds, Charles M. Smith a matter with a boostin' + at the demonstration and he will make
\ + fusing to take periodicals from + The Growers' Association is working Geo. E. Andreu + Just
I, to help the '
Frank Alderman. The defendants'were I thing along. + a careful report to the railway company -
+ the postoffice or removing and + S. B. Woodard +
represented by Messrs. J. E. overtime the local buyers have 'Cause if things -should stop + | ? of the results of his tb'serva-
+ leaving them uncalled for is + W. D. Carlton
\ Futch and Joe Hill Williams. their sleeves rolled up and drummers a goin'We'd + ions.
'. + prima facie evidence of inten- + from all the northern markets W. R. Canova, +
great be in 4I
The jury found"Will Moore guilty a sorry plight. + Refrigerator car No. 25,405 was Y

of murder in the first degree and re + tion* to defraud. + are competing with one another to 0. T. Nelson, + You just keep that horn + lorded: with :213 bushels cf' strawberries -
+ If subscribers in ad- + R. L Black
pay buy berries for their respective + a-bloin' '
I turned a verdict of acquittal for Son commission + by T. D. Griffin & Co., C. S.
+ vance, they bound to + J. W. '
are give Bielling, +
houses. Agent T. J. Griffiin Boost
:; w Dorsey. er uo with all your + Burling & Co. and Jacob LJppman and yv
f notice at the end of the time + Ashford "
and his force are dancing the George + mi !
ti r Will ,Moore was sentenced to be tango ; it. + unsigned to ,T. D. Griffin & Co., New
f if they do not wish to Rev. Olin Boggess v
continue ,
and hesitation and Express Agent A. I ; York
:, hanged by the court. + "City.The '
-j. :;, Other criminal cases determined at t taking it, otherwise the + P. Hoffman doesn't have time to light Mrs. A. G. Dudley + If you know some fellow'sfailin's + demonstration began at 3:30
+ subscriber is until + J. F.
responsible Colley '
'1 this special term of court were as his pipe. The busy scenes enacted I + p.m., with the temperature cf the carat
follows: f express notice with payment + daily at the depot would afford an excellent S. R. Johns I Just forget 'em, 'cause you + '76 degrees and the terries
I ,of all is sent to the + L B. Griffis at
arrearage *
for Pathe's Animated
; Lem Brown, embezzlement Motion I subject know + 75 1-2 degrees, and ended{ at 8 pjn., '
publisher. + W. H. Underhill
for continuance granted and Weekly. That the same feller's got + with the temperature cf the, car at
+ + During the past week 16 carloadsof C. M. Kelly I some good points + 32
Brown was released upon same bond. degrees and the berries
at 42
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+ + + Croft ,
.' Bud Williams, breaking and entering strawberries were shipped from Them's the ones you want to + degrees. It was founj'DeCeS5ary to
1 pleaded guilty and was,sentenced this point by freight and the express H. D. Wasdin + show. + : cut' out one of the three ammonia .
evidence of this fact. H. G. Crawford
shipments aggregated nearly 3,000 + "Cast your loaves out the + I coils and
g to the penitentiary for six months. on shut off the low 1 blast to
John Geff But the Bible doctrine of elections bushels. J. C. Carter, + waters + avoid freezing "
sentence the
; : ,.forgery, guilty, berries.: ==
[ suspended upon payment of, costs. a magnificent truth. And it is tbe J. J. Blackwelder, + They'll come back" a sayin'true + Advices concerning the car were #

John Johns, breaking and entering deplored that it has been so grosslyperverted BRADFORD COUNTY LAND BEST R. J. Andrews + + received by wire Wednesday morning

, pleaded guilty and was sentenced to by theologians.In Mr. L. A. Evans ,of Indiana a Mary J. Kite 4 ilebbe, too, they'll come back + and conveyed the information that '
Mrs. Mattie Crawford
the penitentiary for two years. the first place I wish to say practical 'farmer and who owns a + "buttered" .1 the fruit reached its destination in
John Ewouds
Frank Goodwine assault with intent that the true doctrine of election does large farm in Indiana, visited Starke J. N. Norman,, f, When some feller.boosts for +I; perfect condition. Flowing: is the

to murder was found guilty of not imply reprobation, as many last week with Mr. C. G. Holland, of H. A. Bradley + you. + telegram received by }Sr. Hartridge .
:' .. aggravated assault and fined $250 Christian people have seemed to Indianapolis. Mr. Evans remained P. W.i Kelly + +I.tf'FfIfffff from R. S. Van Schaick;

!< and costs or 6 months at hard labor. imagine. The question is, why certain several days in the State, and in company J. C. demons + 'Car opened New;" York 2" a.m.

r Will Booth and W. J. Crosby, breaking men and nations have been God'select with the real estate firm of C. C. Moseley, Temperature $9 bottore, 42 1-2 -top '

':. entering. Case continued, $250 11 ?! Surely the answer is obvious. C. L. Peek & Son made a careful in F. .H. Dover Mr. B. F.NEW Renfroe RIVER fruit 42. Fin ,conditi(' Sold 30 to

bond. The elect are the instruments of God spection of the lands about Starke.After was transacting 35 per quart. 'Bunkers.abno t full cf
J. E. Adkins -
business in Lake Butler last
J. G. Williams, aggravated assault, by which the non-elect are to be a thorough investigation of Sam Summers, Satur original ice. Only 1700) pouhds melt-, .

pleaded guilty and was dischargedupon 11 saved! God said to the Israelites conditions and soils he purchased day. ed. Consignee an railroad: men
J. H. Glisson
Miss Mabel Reddish of -
good behavior. "You only have I chosen of all the eighty acres of, the rich dark loam Lawtey at pleased."
J. J. Silcox tended the New
John Henry Simmons, larceny, not families of the earth." The Hebrews clay bottom landnear Starke and i is River Literary Debating '-
J. L Underhill
arrested, alias capias issued. were elected that they might be the contracting clearing part of same at Society Friday night. BAPTISMAL SERVICE
W. H. Caldwell
Mr. M. L. Johns returned
r Bola Sapp breaking and entering. religious teachers and leaders of man once. Mr. Evans stated that he likes to Tampa Wednesday afternoon Rev. Ernest
Everett Miner
> Nolle entered. kind-that the non-elect through : the land here better than any.he has I Monday morning where he will House, of :\JaX'ille.OOfJuct d another
R. M. Alvarez Jr. -
his work
,4: Oscar Parrish breaking and enter i them might be saved. seen elsewhere, and that he is thoroughly E. L. Wilson, ductor.resume as street car con baptismal service At tile Crosby ;

ing. Case continued bond $500.L convinced that with the right lake. Rev. House
All down through the ages, God ;, Mrs. Henry Sapp has ,etn conducting
Mr. Cecil Cason, of Simington visited ;
Albert Botts, grand larceny guilt; has sent into the world many elect kind of preparation he can make a George Cone :- a revival meeting in the Christian
: his parents Mr. and. Mrs. S. B.
Sentenced to one year of hard kbor souls, not that the others might that will pay excellent ,C. C. Roundtree church 'for" over three wetks. The
beividends Cason, last Saturday and Sunday.Bro. .
or one year in state reform school. damned, but that the less Fortunaal. on the investmentHe J. S. Rosier J. B .Crews preached meeting, has: been one of the most

'. H. B, Dowling embezzlement. N might be saved. enjoyed his stay with us, especially J; E. Conway, interesting sermon last Sunday quite morning an successful revivals Starke': has had
the automobile drives about the in
So the doctrine E. Hurst a long time. There have been
pros.E true of election is J. at Long Bridge.
B. Johns, arson. NoL town and country. twenty-two additions ;to
pros.ttftttttttfdrff the
> an evidence of the goodness, and love Alva Leonard, ,Mr. Percy Jones of Lake Butler,
within the
\ of God. He loves the non-elect no C. M. Alvarez, attended church at Lang Bridge last past three' weeks almost
less than the elect. He is entirely impartial J. W. Loadholtz Sunday.Mr. number being grown people

+ + But according to the popular Dan Marshall colored, a middle- Wash Robinson G. W. Sapp was a visitor to and some of. the most prominent of
+ THE ELECT AND THEIR + aged truck farmer died at his home our men. Five of the number had ?
doctrine of the decrees God is anything : C. B. Strickland, Starke last Monday.

4RESPONSIBILITIES + else than impartial good, and near Crosby lake last Friday nightof Jacob Bundel Mr. J. E. Adkins was transacting already been baptized before but -

+ + loving. The elect of God ale held what is believed to have been apenuiii Hill Adams, business in Starke last Tuesday. merely identified themselves with the
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? case of hydrophobia. The A. H.
responsible> in pre-eminent degree, Williams Misses Mamie and Corrie Turner

Oakgrove, Fla., March 8.-EditorBradford for conditions that exist in the moral physicians who attended him say his B. W. Dees, left for Starke last Monday morning, Last Saturday afternoon reveral of '

County Telegraph, Dear Sir: world. Failure in the performance of case was not a typical case of hydrophobia H. P. Padgett to" visit their brother, Mr. Oscar the eonverts'were baptized in the '

This morning affords me an opportunity duty means chastisement and loss. but that some marked W. U. Hammonds, Turner. 'baptistry in the Baptist church and ;

to write you a few lines in Paul said "Woe is me if I preach not symptoms of that dreaded disease Wm. Whitehead, We are sorry to hear that Miss Sunday afternoon a second baptismal 3.

reference to the above topic, whichwill the gospeL" And woe is the portion were present, such as spasmodic con J. C. Barry, Phyla Renfroe has a very severe case service was conducted by Rev. House a .,

I hope, contribute to glorify I of every elect soul that is unfaithfuleto strictions of the throat when attemptswere Perry Newsome, of whooping cough. at the Crosby lake, attended by a =

the name of God, and promoter | the.voice of God. made to swallow but that he D. A.,Denmark, Mr. Leon Renfroe of Sampson City large numbed of people. The at

interest of his kingdom. No doctrine The crying sins of elect Israel were died without the violent convulsions S. G. Pearce, visited his father, Mr. E. B. Renfroe, tendance- |the revival throughout .

.. 'of the Bible has been more dora I immorality, greed, and the oppressions that usually manifest themselves in Miss Myrtle Roberts, last Sunday.Mr. has been surprisingly good and the

pletely perverted than that of el ec- I and enslavement of the poor. a case of rabies. It is certain that Mrs. E. Johns, and Mrs. W. M. Parker were success cf the meeting is really remarkable '

I '. tion. In spite of its simplicity men As the prophet of Jehovah, Amos said, Marshall was bitten by a dog. in W. C. Carson, visitors to Starke last Monday. considering ,the indifference

in their narrowness and conceit, have "For as much therefore as ye trample January, but the history of the dog 0. L. Thomas, Everybody is invited to attend the in such matters that has been manifest''IK

blinded themselves to its real since that time cannot be reliably W. E. Alderman Jr. J I of late.
mean upon the poor, and take exactions ., New River Literary Debating Society
ing. Many people of gross and impure i-1 from him of wheat; ye have bull ascertained and it is not positively G. F. Alderman, every Friday night, beginning at The meeting which closed Wednes

characters have imagined themselves houses of hewn 'stone, but shall net known whether the dog was rabid at R. H. Deen, seven o'clock. day night is leaving the Christian

the elect of God, while they !1 dwell in them, ye have planted pleasant 5.1 the time or what became of him after W. H. Johnson, t church in fine shape and arrange-

f have regarded their betters as the .vineyards, and ye shall not dThey ri nk| wards. LAWTEYMr. ments are beingmade for a resident

; non-elect or reprobates of God. ; the wine thereof." Yet these oppressors -. MURRHEE-GUSSON A. B. Chamberlain, from near minister of more than the usual

have even gone so far as to affirm I of the poor and the weak carefully : Considerable excitement was created Mr. J. S. Murrhee, of Clay county, Cleveland, Ohio is a guest at the ability. Judge Geo. A. Gardiner, who -a
and Miss Sarah Glisson daughter of home of Mr. and Mrs. Walz. was one of tEe converts in
that non-elect infants meet-
are sent to hell observed all the forms and ceremonials at 1 o'clock Wednesday when smoke
Mr. William Glisson of near Starke, Hisses Nettie and Louise Smith ing, has beer elected}
to burn forever in of
spite the fact of religion. So, in the name was seen issuing from one of the
united in marriage at 3 o'clock who !have been guests of their brother of the Christian church
that the little Sundays
have done
ones no evil of Jehovah, the prophet said "I hate, windows of Dr. J. 0. Haynes' dental
Thursday afternoon March 26, by Mr. A. A. Smith, for several da school and it developing. ,
And these unenviable : ; some additional
yet, mortals I despise your feasts, and I willtake take parlors. An alarm was promptly sent: r
have imagined: that God would no delight in your solemn asseinbiie: out, but before the department reached Justice T. W. Sweat at his residenceon returr.E-d to their home in Chicago, teachers, putting the SunAnyschool

them right on to glory, regardless of Take thou away from me the noise the scene the fire had been extingnished Madison street, in the presence if'Ill.j' Wednesday. in first the bride's sister, Miss Celia J Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill were busiy i- church is entirely flee of d-.bt' '
the lives they lived. They were mad: ? I of thy songs for I will not hearthey the by volunteers. The fire GlisSOn,1 I I and a
to to heaven and to heaven and a few other witnesses. '} ness visitors to Jacksonville Wednes- successful year cf work is now anticipated '
go melody of thy viols. But let just ice originated in a box cf shavings or excelsior ;; :
pair will reside for the present, it is day.and in all of its
must go in spite of their meanness roll down as waters and righteousness and it is not known what departments-

and impurity; others were made tolas I a mighty stream." caused it No loss was occasioned understood with the bride's father ,t:!. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torade w eretespecially I ii in the Scsihy ,1(1 ccl

go to. hell, and to hell step-mother,' Mr. and Mrs. WilliamGlisson. visitors to Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. 4 .
they must go So, the sins of the elect are as by the fire. ",i
in'spit{ "of their loving characters and certainly C. R. Sapp was transacting Mr. T. G. Fnteh, d take Butler,. ", {:
punished as the sins of the '
loving lives of service: non-elect -s business in, Jacksonville the first of candidate for representative baa sent ; 1}

love to all who love our Lord Jesus; NOTICE TO ODDFELLOWS the week.** the Telegraph printed, cof-y of his t .
The fruits of the
popular doctrine I
trus.t I will
not be placed to the Christ in sincerity. At the regular meeting of May platform in which tie
+.' election have been anything but credit of J Rev Olin Boggess filled his regular cnJy promise .!1.

The doctrine has tended to make good.men pertinently conceit in nor be regarded im- Thanking :tau kindly for "giving Ledge No. .10, I. 0. 0. F., Tuesday appointment at the Saxton Methodistill he makes t, the people} is to, wor.1'e. k t

selfish, unkind and crueL The historyof I this article. offering to the public space to my former articles, I remain evening, April 7, special business church' last Sunday afternoon earnestly for what they need and serve :

the ItL toes forth as an yours very faithfully, be attended to, and all members of them faithfuly aj their representa i1 't.
Christian church I
gives abundant; humble expression of ,
i my faith and Thomas K. PostelL the lodge.are urged to be present. I Telegraph, $1.50 year. tive.. ..:l."t1!t 3!

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F possible. And to every comrade 01 ,
every camp, he extends a cordial invitation .

One And Two Horse Disc Division to Deadquarters visit whenever at in Sll the Dyal-city Beef and Milk ,A-plenty '

Upchurch Building, Jacksonville, Fla. Cattle are kept for two purposes; for beef production -
Your commander and for milk production. To do either right Any time any of mjr cat-
has added
I Harrows to the they must be healthy. There is nothing better to tie jet anything wrong
I division staff formerly announced, the keep them in continued good health or to make with them I give them a
,,' Planting Plows, Combination Cotton and Corn Planters and following well known and worthy them well quickly when sick,than a few doses offew STOCK doses of MEDICINE.B e i Dee

i 1;. 1. Fertilizer Distributors, Complete Line Plow Shapes. Low Prices. comrades(Jacksonville: Lt. Cot. Theo. H. Willard STOCK Tiny toon Jetwn. '.
Fla.), Assistant Adju- Bee Dee Jchfi S. Carrofl.
',, Hardware DeWitt C. Jones Lumber tant General; Lt. CoL Richard C. Park- MEDICINE Moot bead.Miss. '-

hill (Monticello, Fla), Assistant Ad- Stirs up the liver-Drives'
.ir jutant General 25c, SOc and Si. per can I
disease poisons away. At your dealer :
commander also announces the P, R. 91
# : following appointments upon the Staff ""I.
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I more or less serious. GENERAL ORDER NO. 2. Most Honorable: Mrs. H. H. Mc- I :

+ + Creary, Gainesville ______ -. ------
1\ The records show that a large per- Fla., Matron of
.f + KEEPING WELL. + To the Florida Division, United Confederate Honor; Miss Jessie Palmer
centage of the deaths annually occurring Partridge,
I + + Veterans. Monticello, Fla., Division
; in Florida from Sponsor;;
: + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + are prevent- Miss Elizabeth Taylor, Gainesville AB&rskDe osiIisIhes.
I. : Don't get sick. Keep your health. able diseases. Many useful lives are Your Division Commander wishesto Fla., Maid of Honor; Miss Janet

r. It's the most precious thing in the cut short unnecesarily.If admonish you of the near approachof Weathers, Ocala, Fla., Maid of Honor,; vfouvatiorv to

ji world. Once it is lost, all your wealth a man is a fatalist, who cherishes a very uncommon event in the Miss S. Blossom White, Jacksonville) ,, ?
. history of : Fla., Maid of Honor.
I our Division. The comnig
the idea that death is inevitable and /
can not buy it back. Only the physician's -
: of the 6th, 7th and 8th days of May; Unto the Division, I commend these
: skill, backed by the willingness that it might as well come to him should remind true and loyal
., us of the very exalted I daughters of our be-
I l' of a kind Providencefi can restore it one time as another, he is past the honor that stands at the threshold loved Southland to your most exalted

-l and-- n sometimes__';_.__ Providence- - is- on the reach of argument, and if he will of our doors, and the very grave respect.

.1 Lother 4fS side. make no effort to avoid disease on responsibilities that rest upon us. At the convention held in Bartow,

ft.{ t The prevention of sickness makes: his own account, he might at least; The Florida Division, for the first October, 1910.a resolution was adopted

}r..4' the cure unnecessary. The best efforts have the decency to do so for the sake! time since it was organized, is to appear i creating' a partial amalgamation
; : of the best doctors in recent years of others who are compelled by the in the role of host to the entire I cf the th 'co organizations: The

i"t": have been directed toward the preservation force of circumstances to associate Southern Federation of Camps, and I I Jutd: Ccrfderate: Veterans, The

t$1l of health, and the work has with him. our comrades from all over the Land 3cr= cf Co:.: Jerate Veterans, and the c'I

: "': been in large measure gratuituos be-, To most of us life is a precious of Dixie, and even from beyond the I United Daughters of the Confederacy. ;:

-.. ,:' cause people usually don't send for thing; vigorous health is the normal boundary line of the Southern Confederacy Unto the Sons we send this assuranceof .

: the doctor or even .ask his advice condition that belongs by right to all are soon to be our guests. a cordial welcome at the great re I I'

_ until they themselves think they need of us, but we take some big risks with Do we realize-do we appreciate the union. Unto the Daughters we would ;

3, jt They don't ask him hoV to keep both which we wouldn't take if we full import of this statement? say that you must honor us with your

well Usually a man believing himself knew better. The medical professionis The City of Jacksonville, with a presence, for without you we fail. IA t 2
: to be in perfect helth, has no becoming more and more an agency pluck that comes alone from hearts Every preparation possible, every '-

4 idea that he has any need for the for preserving public health and already -I courageous and loving, is rising to thought imaginable, for your comfort 1 __ ,..1 '- -/ :111 i
: doctor's professional advice. sanitation has become a science. I the magnitude of the great task of and delight, has teen made, in 'H

There are some individuals who The average Flroidian fails to realize handling one of the largest gather- the preparation for this event. "
;4 summon the minister when they hear,, these facts. If he is able to read he ings ever assembled in the South.It By order: / PPOBTUNITY knocks once at every man's doer." But many an opportunity -

:t (or imagine) the fluttering wings of can not fail to have some idea of is estimated that 150,000 visitorsare John L. Inglis, Major General, V/ is lost when the man who sees it hasn't the wherewithal.

I'S&f' the death angel, and for the family them, but he fails to give them due coming to our state on accountof Commanding Fla. Division, U.C.V. to take advantage of it. It is the man with the BEADY CASH

physician to postpone as long as possible weight or to take to himself a per- this great re-union. Is the entire W. H. Sebring, Adjt. Genl. and Chief IN BANE who derives the benefit! If you haven't an acount: open one:

,.f the visit of that dire messenger. sonal application of their significance.But burden of this great enterprise going of Staff. today. When the opportunity arrives .

In the confidence of health they have the world is growing better moral- to fall upon the patriotic citizens of U--

: ,, no intimate acquaintance with either ly. It is getting to be a more health- our metropolis? Let it not be so. FEATHERED SCAVENGERS. YOUR CHECK BOOK WILL BE READY !

;-- profession, nor do they realize that ful world, a better place to live in, The invitation was not confined to the ---- ,- .
both might contribute to make the inevitable in spite of the heavy burden of ignorance business men of the hostess city. No crows 25 Track Cleaners and Gulls as

F ; : demise peaceful if not entire- wilful ignorance that opposesits stronger expression of Welcome was Government Workers.As We solicit your account.

ly painless. progress. If we don't join the pro- sent to the Gray hosts assembled at I' unique a crew of track cleaners f-

i And so it comes to that importantwork cession that is marching qn to higher Chattanooga, than the message wired !and police as could be found anywhere
a enlisted in the service of the Southern
of educating the people of Flor- planes of sanitary living, we will fall by our most excellent Governor, and Pacific railrond.: The members rre BANK OF STARKE

ida to preserve or.to live up to the by the way prematurely and we never no chief executive ever had a stronger neither Americans nor foreigners. It is

highest sanitary standards is a labor will be missed; indeed, the' world will endorsement than the resolutions of 3 crew of crows. E. S. Matthews, Pres. Ted H. Halligan .Cashier.

of love, of sacrifice, of philanthropy. be just a little better. because we are the Senate and the House, committing The big black birds built their nests ;'

r It's just human nature to get into not of it. and in it. the State to her pledge of welcome. near Horubrook. Ore., on the northern :
--- -- --- --- -- -
ruts,' but the only difference between The great, the serious problem that Comrades, scattered all over our division fat of and tbe sleek road They have become -
living oft the
f t the rut and the grave is in the depth. confronts the medical profession of beloved Florida, are you in active erosity of tourists and of dining gen-car '"
We go on living in the same old Florida today is the indifference of sympathy with this great event? Are employees. "

h : way.: Certain habits may have failedto the average man and woman, who are you making a live, every-day topic? When the trains arrive at Hornbrook J. R. DAVIS & CO.
the present time to bring disease or ignorant of sanitary problems, who Are you "boosting" the reunion in the crows leave their roosting places
: -- suffering to us individual1y, and so we don't care about them and who are so your several localities? What are and circle about the depot. As the limited ;.
; think, if we think about it at all, that profoundly egotistical in their ignor- you doing to arouse interest and create fire* pull out the birds follow them for ;
j or miles.! Scraps are thrown to
t' they never will The newspapers and ance that they won't learn. Such indifference enthusiasm for this coming event? them. and they devour every bit. policing -

i magazines are handling these matters is aroused only by experience If you are not active, then arouse the tra.-ks and acting as Ilea\"eD- INSURANCESTARKE

of health and sanitation exhaustively. but too often it is the experience yourselves, and bring the matter of gers. The section hands and other employees
I The best writers are discussing them. that brings to them the ending of all interest in the reunion to a white of the road realize the value of ,

o' The technical phraseology of the'I' earthly joys and sorrows. heat.At these birds and keep them from being

medical profession IS' translated for V the beginning of your comand- molested. Trains crossing the (reat FLORIDAv.Vr.nc.n.
Salt lake are followed by sea gulls the = =
i the understanding of ordinary intelligent ANNUAL IEETING. er's administration the retiring Division
I latter, like the crows, feasting on 1:1:
men and women. We,read these Jacksonville, Fla., March 9.-The Commander made a fine showing scraps thrown from the diners.In I
,! discussions and we understand them, annual meeting of the Florida State of live camps. A gain of 10 over a similar way the great lakes are --- --
and we feel sorry for the other,fellow Good Roads Association will be held j the year 1912. Many of these camps patrolled by white winged gulls. Thegovemiijlnt I

. ., who needs such counsel Perhaps weI at Gainesville, Fla., Thursday and have kept record, of 1913. To those protects, tlit-in. appreciating .
{ clip them or send him a marked copy. Friday, April, 9th and 10th. who have failed to report and.qualify the work they do in following the -- -'------.- ____

";T It brings to ,mind the parable which Although defeated at Tallahasseelast with their annual dues, your commander I grounds ships or and hovering keeping! : the over waters the fishing free of: -, "% S..'

;I ends with words something like these: year, we are still very much alive would admonish you that pollution.-Chh-ago Inter Ocean. I \ : .

.. "Tou fool; this night THY soul shall and ready to make new plans for the representation in the great convention -----
be required of THEE." future welfare of Florida and the will be based upon full paymentof New Year Calls In China. 4'

:j Dr. Woods Hutchinson is authority improvement of her roads. all dues, and proper filing of re- New Year calls are the custom in INSTOCK
r: for,the statement-and he is 'backed Good roads legislation, providing ports. China, and you have to pay them in / .

; :L by recorded statistics-that one per- for a State Highway Commission and To the several brigade commanders, festive attire (It silk or satin. / '
'h son of every seven at one time or I permanent roads for Florida will be your division commander sends greeting Jloule in fine the Chinese isays People Archdeacon can be I PLANERS. .BESLWS STEAM FEEDS

. another in his life has discoverable discussed by practi al road engineers; You can either render valuable hired the price being gradually lowered I TOWER EDGERS SELF FEED RIP .
, traces of pulmonary tuberculosis- and builders. The need of laying a service in the preservation of our as the hours of the first; six days PERKINS' SHINGLE TRIMMERS

consumption-in his system. If there system of network of roads in each organization and the creation of active pass by. We complained owe of the ENGINES, up to 40 h. MACHINERY
c. is an error in these figures, it is' that county will receive' especial attention. sympathy and enthusiasm that very late arrival I of a caller, who BOILERS, up to 40 h. Ugt SAWMILLS '
':; Samples of road material should! have liren among the first, to and Heavy
tubercular people are more plentiful will be should support the May Reunion, or salute us. He replied that SAWDUST CONVEYORS SLAB CASVEYORS '
on exhibition. money was
. than this. you can cripple the organization and GASOLINE ENGINES STEAM
-. scarce, and he was obliged: to Wlit'tor FEEDS
The world over the great white Florida needs permanent roads and I hamper the active forces at work for the cheapest day to secure a fine robe LATH MILLS STAVE DILLS

' : plague claims more victims than any the question is: "What is the most; the reunion by your lack of effort. already doimed and doffed by a dozenof DISST03T SAWS
other disease. economical kind to build?'' I Your commander exhorts to others. During these ceremonial SAW BITS for, all makes of MOT
' you put
.' ; You don't stop to think that you A hearty invitation is extended to forth extra effort to create sentiment days the whole community seems togive '\ SHAFTING PULLEYS BOXES
be the all ounty commissioners to be itself over to indiscriminate gambling BELTING 4 grade -Bedlnm to beat '
may one of the seven, yet the present;I throughout your brigades. He respectfully LOG CHAINS CANT HOOKS
a practice illegal and
to confer with condemned TONGS
. disease makes us.
: no discriminations. suggest that interest EVERYTHING .
you both by Chinese law and stm.11rrl.. n' FOR THE
4 Your chances to escape, so far as you have A proposition the is being considered to" your staff officers in personal pre- morality, but winked--at- -during----- this va. SAWMILL

can see or prove, are no better than State Chamber of Commercemeet paration for the meeting in May.It season. Write for
I those of your closest friend or of with us. will add greatly to our credit to --- Prices

your dearest enemy-no better unless Respectfully yours, have as many uniformed and mounted' The Missing Window Pane.
you personally take the care to make A. B. Dunning, Secretary. officers in the great parade as possible.The "Every kitchen has a window with
them better. For it is possible to U Florida Division should take one pane out in the Rrazilfaii town of
pridein Rio Grande do
Sul.: said a cook. "That
i lessen your individual chances. Wasp Waisted Cretans. 'I the personnel of its officers. town is a servants' paradise. Servants

!J: How? In describing the civil guards at I S It was the hope of your board' of live in their own homes there as they

I By observing the conditions and surroundings Canea. Sir. Trevor-Battye in "Camping trustees of the Woman's Monument, should everywhere. They come to -::- .---------------- _
f in which the disease thrives In Crete," alludes to the slender waistsof I to have the monument unveiled at work at 7 in the morning and they Tricked: Him. --

: and increases most rapidly and most the Cretan men: ['the date of the reunion. Unfortunate I quit at 7 at night; u twelve hour day. It was pay day at the Consolidated The .41
One point about the Quite long enough,. The Coal and Lumber works. and a mineworker Nc V Nurse.
t fatally, and by avoiding such condi- of these complications in the past stopped the paneless window ":\'ow. nU\'joe.
men, he of is for the was ivturiiin.hoaje |Jlll'llt l! do not say -
says as all the mountain milkman, the baker thebutcher. with his anything
tions. But it requires the trained of the to
progress work and thehid!
hinderedthe "
villagers. is the extreme smallness of so that these traders can monthly envt-Ioi/e. lie met a bad man about hU :lboos.
; specialist to observe these conditions their waists, which in some cases are completion of the structure in leave their :11J1plies-tbey usually come with a I.i: intelligently, to analyze the causes and almost wasplike. It is interesting to time for unveiling. Your trustees are early-in a safe place. The Rio Grande The worker handed the money, tluestion... \" please."
from a knowledge of the methods by observe that this has always been a laboring diligently and harmoniously, servant is. of course not, there to receive over. Do\ cllT' : :
'which .the' disease is transmitted, to Cretan characteristic. for the figures in ferfrepyourfcomplirdt 790$__ 0$__ them. She is in bed at her own "Now'," SuH he. "my wife will think instruction you wish thin infant to have any
. give intelligent reasons for avoiding I. on the frescoes and vases in the Minoan in perfect accord with the State's hoflie." I! that I've gauiblud or dnmk.on't of at this time on the subject: "

L.' certain dangers, in which the layman, section of the museum in CandIa representatives, upon the board- you shout a hole in my (coat so that I germsr-Seattle IVst-Intelli-encer. 4.
(e. g- the famous Sizing Him Up. can i,rove that I was attacked and
'Cup Dearer" Governor .
however intelligent, might be unable ) Trammel, Comptroller Knott .
have the same remarkable slenderness An eminent Scotch astronomer tells robbed r"Vhv. Wrong Preposition '
tl to see the'possiblity of harm. of wa 1st. and State's Attorney West-and now this excellent story against himself.Ie certainly so-" answered the "1'E.'oplt> :l1'e IiO :(':/-rpli'- ,->.:-!"I. _"hnnt v... th.__
L As an engineer your carefully expressed He is not sure whether this slim that the atmosphere is cleared you i { once explained in a lecture that a robber. -- Proper use of prl'po. t opinion is accepted as authoritative waist; is natural or whether produced many hope to see the work completed certain star looked no bigger than a The worker held out his coattail 'Yes. I know they, are Fred told mp
1 : even if you do not reinforce it by tight! beli:ing.A in due time. threepenny bit a hundred miles away. while the ether punctured it with a he and his trt.ll' were going tn live

with your reasons for it. Give the To those camps who hava rmdpledj2.i : After the discourse oue of the audience bullet. with the old Man Whpn he really! ,
doctor credit for knowing his businessas Ltscon In Morals. and have not paid them: Your said to him: "Another," begged the worker, and meant on. /the old man.-BalUmore

as thoroughly as you know yours. ; Mother-Now. \VilIit you told me a commander: urges you to ad "You must be a Scotsman, for no one the other fired again. American.A _
falsehood.! : 110 know pay bat a Scotsman wouM trouble: "Anoth(>r."- and there --------- .
: run what happens for was another ------ 5. .
His profession is at' least as im- enough of the deficiency in
to little boys who tell falsehoods? to threepenny bit a hundred miles off. hole in tilt garment:, another and still Just Looking. .
to the welfare
of the guarantee
'portant When
c. community a comr-Jetvm of the a
Willie!! another. man looks
(:-lr'episIIn-Xu; ma'am. at a woman it is '
w ,ard he is quite as likely to Mother-Why a big back! man with work. Men of the CO's, give'your Sign of the Times. "Th-.t's nil the cartridges I've got," I because he want to look at her: when

: have good rasons when he warns only one eye iu the center of. his forehead I trustees that support that is due "Business is pretty slow, here just said the FOJ:Il'r. I I she a woman looks at a man Jt I h because _
ft you. come along and flies with him' them. 'now." confessed the Squam Corners "All the cartridges you've got?" said wants him to look at '.-London j: _
.: What nay be said about tuberculosis U[) to the moon and llIttt'blm pick To the Division Staff: Your commander merchant the worker ticking up u rock. "Then TaUer. _
] and the possibility of lessening sticks for the balance of his life. Now, hopes to have you at herd- "I judged so." replied the bakiagiwwder give hack that money. Hand over --- _

..t its prevalence, applies with equal you will never tell a falsehood again. quarters on May 6th, 7th and 2th drnmmcr. "when I observed your pistol and whatever else you hap Secrets. _
\ to other diseases all will yon? It is awfully wicked.-Puck ready to fill they had laid oft one of the hands of peu to Mre."-Xltlonal Monthly. man <'90 kep the' secret of anoth-
}i 1 force of them your places; uniformedand er better than his
"t. i the town'clvck.-Phi!laelphia Ledger. own. A voman.: U n
:, 't, mounted'on the day of parade if I Ii the'ontJ"JIj.' kn>r* her own better ;
;' than
i \ that of anothej.- Brnyere.i
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or better in the way of oranges or For the past three months blue fish :
Settled the Question.In A Coal Pirei! Without Wood. .dc
grapefruit will be to personally visit have been plentiful in the waters Begensburg. in the middle In the WomanV; Home Companion

LIVE .S ATE NEWS the Indian* river and pick them off the about Fernandina, but during all this the headsman died and three applicants ages- I contributor tells as follows a new way t 'rk
time they have absolutely refused to presented themselves for the to start the kitchen fire:' a f r

'\- trees; himself.A partake of the barrels of bait that has POSt. A test of their skill would settle I "Attach rubber tube from the gas s -
dispatch from Orlando, under been cast upon the surface of the the matter. Accordingly three Jet long enough,ca reach to the front "3
water and sunken to of criminals were brought forth for of the range. Pffa metal tip on tbe -
even a depth
r I I Tags date of the 21st, says: "A licensed! slaughter.The free end of the tube, light! it and bold
That Arfaappening fathoms beneath the surface
In Florida as Told many ,
preacher of the Holy Baptist Churchof first headsman made with his it under tbe Brat already filled with 't
and their unusual actions in this
Bjfur Exchanges. Christ at the age of six years and particular sword a tiny nick In the first criminal's coal A steady flow of gas for a few 'xa ; f
have puzzled fishermen who neck. "I'll lop him off minutes will
3 Just there, start a good coal Bra e ;
capable delivering a sermon equal-1 I| have made this special kind of fish- he said. and. swinging his sword round without ns'ng' any kindling wood." !\ -i

ling many ten times his age, little t ing a business for a good long life. with a great swishing sound. lo! he did
:Five Charby Turner, is probably the most as be bad said he would. Circumstances
crates time. The usual habits Change.
of these fish
English! pea hipp'd patch land rented from W. H.
.last week'by Frank : on interesting ordained minister in the sems to have undergone a completeand The second beadsman tied a string Lawyer-You have an excellent case
a'record: Nicholso rought Brown just outside of town on the world. The little preacher addressedan round his criminal's neck. "1'11 cutoff sir. Client-But friend of mine said p
for JUne Price when tYauchula road. Several more hamper Orlando congregation with such entire change, say the fishermen, his bead and bisect the string" he be bad an exactly similar case and you d
dollars each. Wbifthere. I' and the only account that is given for said. And he did as he nad promised. the
were the
:tarns >1 ; :; have been picked from this patch in his Biblical quotationsthat lawyer on other side and _
realized from this cfo have this week and the shipments for the accuracy the action of the fish this winter is These two first headsmen now began you beat him Lawyer-Tes. I remem- .,tt ,."
'been very satisfactory rs netting '' he was pronounced the greatest the action of the 7890$__ 7890-- to study and ponder the neck of the ber that; but I will see that no such .41 _
good prices ship4ts seek includes beans grown by several wonder in his class. Young Rev. the very peculiarily unfavorable third crir.iin.il. asking what proof of game I* i played thk; tlme.-Puct. 1 t il"
on this ;
,' last all other trackers. With the conditionsnow Turner was ordained a minister at skill the third beadsman should undertake ,- .c '"
one brought the rice weather for the fishing business which :>'f ... .
highe of
r the season > very favorable, a rapid growth the age of five years at the conferenceof has prevailed since before Christmas when the latter with one vast Rumors., 1 ,<..', .. _
land for There is an dew ill be made by all vegetables and the the Holy Baptist Church of Christ and :, and splendid sword sweep cut off all "Rumor bath a !thousand tongues" : \
.! even under these circumstances
peas and all Conwithin five movement of crops from the section held in Eugaula, Ala., on Sept. 4,, i throe heads thus finishing the crimi- quoted the wise guy. ,:r,r
fOlng on the market absolute refusal of the fish to bite at;I I nil nod hIs rivals together and wins k
> and
will increase in volame. I "Yes they a-e generally all L
Bowling f
able 1913. At the age of six he is capableof i.
time should any time is perplexing well I j iiiug the headsnuiuship of Regensburg
bring good .- Green Times. as a at on<*e.n added the simple mug. rJ-:,
i f
Jowling Green Times. delivering a forceful sermon on disappointing to men engaged in the amid the applause| of all. : Philadelphia Record. .t'- # ::
I almost text, to those I I
I I It has just been announced that any according I business. ,It has been contended that \ ],i' '
A Callahan jL who have heard him." .t
dispatch At nine ,
little] soon the water
Miss Mary Louise Stewart, the as showed and ap- Y
.. clock
..0 the lower tonight fire was di4'ered' on 12-year-old great-grandaughter of Tuesday afternoon, about 3 o'clock, preciable change to a warmer tem-

i. 1ng, which floor of the Masq c build- D r. John Gorrie, will unveil the monument Mr. L. A. Brady's fast launch, the perature the fish:; would bite freely,

Pickett's Was occupied j H. E. to her distinguished ancestorin "Rabbit," was burned to the waters i! and a large number of fishermen have \

restaurant J. C. Q w's barber Washington on .April 30. line, entailing a loss of about $10,000, I waited here long and patiently under t tI When You Want. *&
;- : the and B. W. Barnes' f oe shop, Stewart will be 12 years of age the partially covered by insurance. It I this impression, but this condition of %,

Masonic,second story being us as the day before the ceremony takes place. seems, Mr. Brady was in the launch affairs has been delayed in coning so i

F into hall The fire quit spread.joining .She lives at Bagdad, Fla. The stan working on the engine, and in changing long that patience has ceased to be a

i S : and, H.in E.. Pickett's market, a short
time both, uildingsNothing Florida's contribution to the Hall of to knock a match under his foot, despaired of even a partial success

t I Was The saved from the Masoni milding.t <*or<* ?men, a large delegation of gas to ignite, and in a second the however, certain that the next week | *>

i"} .< .,.:. total loss is estimated, $4,000partly ,i distinguished scientists and several : entire boat was wrapped in flames I or ten days will decide the opportun-j A Buggy A Wagon n --

covered by insurantWcuchula Floridians will be the e ity of the blue fish business for
i' I present at cere- and: Mr. Brady had a close call for hihe I this .

't .j Fla., March, .-There'e r.o-iv;. which will take place in t life which he saved by throwing him- I season, but it is hoped and yet be- -

m will be a L Hall of Fame. self irto the water. His brother, Mr. lieved that the expectations of the
meeting of veget !
growers I'' A Set of HarnessCome
fishermen may be realized and that '
J t in this 'section at Royal side Adhemar Brady, saw the flames from
j1 Listing to under
: one
a heavy '
large quantities of these valuable fish
t : : theatre tomorrow Us home and hastened to his brother'srescue
Saturd Marchthe load, the tug lost Fritz, which is used
;;; 28, at 2 o'clock : telephoning the Brady store of I may yet be marketed from this port
to consider! que s- as a supply boat for the dredge South
,f tion'of organizing so as to lip cropsthe Carolina, now cutting a ne wchannelI1 the plight of the proprietor, and son Jin I| News-Record.the next sixty days.-Fernandina I to See UsWe

&. in carlots to avoid payinJ higlletermin I between Four Mile Camp and Turtleround an auto with four men, with buckets,I I
: express } I were making for the water front and --w -
f. rates. Growers ,
are Il I- filled with water end sank
ed succeeded in EXTREMES IN DAYLIGHT. buy in car lots and give: our cus-
, ; l "-. cut out these exho taut ei- I the head of the city dock Tuesday putting the fire out, but _
.f .' press charges and get the< prodmecasonab'e morning. Quick work with and after the boat was almost completely tomers the benefit of the lowest prices.
, to ropes tro'ed.-Titusville Advocate. There Is, In Reality, No One, Longest
markets at a fairly by pulling the boat onto a small bar I I or Shortest Day.It .
s t,, rate. There is every indi tion tat empties into the river on the northat According to the Punta Gorda Her- is usual to regard Dec. 21 as being

9 'If.::, growers from many points i this s' the mouth of the creek which aid a remarkable flowing well has the shortest day m the jear and June
f fa -_ tion will attend the meetirk side of the rock, it was dragged high been struck in that section of un- 21 as the longest. But .impression, J. W. ANDREWS$ & SON
7 like so many others that are ingrainedin
enough be baled
There is'a chance that tie coijty out after the tide limited possibilities. Instead of spouting -
' ] the popular mind Is not a strictly t
:- ) ,' treasurers elected this tim< ma /be had gone down, and she was floated forth a stream of aqua pura suchas >, accurate one. /

:K the last ,county treasurers'that '11 with little difficulty or damage. The most well-behaved artesian wells I True it is. of course, that on Dec. 21

' < ever be elected in Florida. 'The st boat was overloaded and the sudden in this artesian district are wont to
Legislature passed a bill to do fray listing caused her to fill with water do, this phenomenal well at South its most southerly and most northerly i

,.? With the office of county treaJrer, quickly.-New Smyrna News.A Florida's future metropolis dischargesat points in the zodiac and begins In

, '\b and it is in the shape of an and Pensacola the rate of three gallons a minute i iIi I the one cane: to ascend and in the other __ r
dispatch Three
: decline. -
says case to Cut this is in theory n-
I ment to the peculiar oil, the exact nature of :
ll constitution. The black seals I
jflat were brought to Pensacola only because for two or three days I
' : ter will be submitted to the qdified today on the schooner Seminole, of which is as yet undetermined. It has preceding and following these dates l

.' electors at the November electfc for the local fishing fleet They were been discovered, however, that this there is no observable difference in Its WHENEVER ,YOU U NEED .

adoption or rejection. If th7 pro caught by the fishermen on the east strange liquid has wonderful healing position or Its hours of rising and set-

posed amendment carries, anfflnanysay coast of Mexico, where the vessel powers, curing within a few days ting.

l 1 J! t t; t county i twill treasurers there after will thos be nJmore lee red men was went snapper close fishing.into shore Some in a of small the worst mankind everything case of from rheumatism a mangy with dog to which the Is of This extremely the question shortest important of or latitude longest when day by speaking the or way.days A GENERAL T TONIC T TEl;l E U.f

this time serve their was ever afflicted. The well
'if; trms. boat and found a number of seals. of the year. <

EV .: The oldest resident of icambiacounty They succeeded in catching two old is on the property of CoL WallaceChadman. In London and Its neighborhood, fore The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is Equally

;I died Sunday. He Isaac ones and a baby seal, a few weeks a prominent attorney of th instance the shortest days are seven Valuable as a General Tonic because it Acts on the Liver( M
ws city of Punta Gorda, and the colonel's s hours and forty-five minutes. and the
old. The
; Cooley and he lacked fishermen will offer the Drives Out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds
just days friendi up I
stew are looking forward around
to the three or. four "longest days"
born in South Carolina in 800, and to the city to be placed in one of the time when he will be the Johndee of June 21 are sixteen hours and twenty- the Whole System For Grown People and Children
parks. They era the first
of being 114 years of age He was brought South Florida and devote the remain six: minutes. At Tornea. in Finland.
a fought in the Seminole $ herein many years, and the first time June 21 brings day nearly twenty- Yon know what when take
w. in Flor der of his life in erecting monuments a you are taking you Grove' Tasteless chill Tonicas jtt
: ida. He is survived by aver .100 they have ever been seen by a fisher to Punta Gorda's fame two hours long and Christmas one less the formula is printed on every label showing that it contains the well knows t

grandchildren, great godchildren man in five or six years, as it is understood than three hours In length. In St. Petersburg tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It is as strong as the strongest bitter i;
the species is almost the longest day is nineteen tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has for
and great great grandctfdren. He extinct. A Miami dispatch says: The key no equal Malaria, Chills and Fever,
lime this will hours and the shortest five hours while Weakness, general debility and loss of appetite. Gives life and vigor to Nnning
attributes crop
his old to ;gular habits A year net the owners :
age Palatka dispatch says. The at Spltzbergen the longest day Is three Mothers and Pale Sickly Children. Removes Biliousness without purging. }
in retiring and risini and even powerful and modernly equipped anywhere from $150,000 to $200,000, and a half months the shortest being Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses ,the liver to action and I

after he had passed a c ftury in age dredge Florida began Monday the cutting according to W. N. Hull, the original counted in seconds only.-London An- purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer.: A Complete Strengthener. '

t Tie arose at the crack ofday and actively of the Ocklawaha link of the producer in Florida of this fruit swers. No family should without it Guaranteed by jour Druggist. We meta it. SOe ''

;r ,pursued his farmjig work. trans-Florida canal, for which work Limes are being contracted for now
at $10 per barrel where the buyers

L Lake City, Fla., Mari 20.-To. The appropriation been made by of the$730,000 federal governmenlThere has recently can find any one who is willing to sell

:Packer: Excessive rips and cold at that figure. Last year between
weather have delaye/ the are thirty men employed on the 4I
planting the 29th of
dredge, which is in the command of August and the 17th of .
a ()f Those th .
crops. were planted
limes brought
$17 a barrel I THELAST
have been Capt P. Sharp. The canal under
injured some extent the Mr. Hull recalls the sale of the first
present contract will extend to
have retted in the
ground two barrels of limes
even sent from
Leesburg after which
and appropriation (o.
some growers are replanting Miami which
while others are puling the land to will be secured for the completion was some sixteen or Sunshine Corn
r beans and eucutnbe of the big ditch. It will be years ago, the fruit bringing Georgia Whiskey
"i Watermelons $1.95 barrel
about per Since then the
100 feet wide and have
a mean

f are All spring.coming crops Ideal will up and weatier be fcoking{ ,little very late well this canal depth will of six be of feet inestimable The trans-Florida benefit not price seems has to steadily be no limit increased to the, and demand.there That Will Ever be Offered for Sale

the past Few Florida limes
are shipped as far
only to this State but the entire
week has '
{; with renewed caused famers-M.to go work eastern seaboard.A West as Texas or north of the Carolinas Bottled in Bond 5 Years old..
energt S. Knight the supply not being equal to

dispatch from Tampa 'the demand of the
Worthington, FlaJ Iarch 27.-The Friday even southeastern

truckers in this sectim have planted a says Bennie Henson was hanged in corner AA .of the. country_ yet_ Last year THIS TELLS THE TALE

large acreage of Irish potatoes. The the_county jail yard there Friday for uuuu parrots of Han Domingo limes ,

1 the murder of his wife, Ethel Henson were consumed in New Florida
, potato crop has pissed the experi- York City YOUR Time-Union Sunday, March YOUR
mental stage as list year a small whom he shot to death on the alone, and the whole crop will be but 9, 1914.

Acreage produced some of the finest streets of this city on the night. of about 50,000 barrels this year. LAST CHAS. BLUM CO. LAST ..

spuds ever raised in the state. About August 21 last Sheriff S. C. Spencer BUYS LAST OFGEORGIA
Unconstitutionality of the
itt 180 'acres were planted this sprung the trap at 11:43 o'clock. new CHANCE CHANCE x.
year. Fourteen primary law, drafted by Unit-
a I minutes later the physician
There 10 are of also berries7and 50 acres of cucumbers, in attendance pronounced life extinct I ed States Senator N. P. Bryan and WHISKEY DEAL RUNNING INTO
acres 10 acres of I passed by the last THOUSANDS
session of the MADE
beans. The here Accompanied by a priest who had It It
Buy Buy
damaged were slightly comforted him in his cell, being a frequent state legislature, is claimed by the Total of 2,150 Cases in Storage There ;
frost but
nicely and have recovered visitor to the condemned man socialists of Florida, who accordingto By the Case Since Prohibition Law of 1907 By the Case
potatoes are showing up I John} Gilette, of Miami: one of the .
the few weeks Henson
t in good shape. Shipments will start past walked socialist chieftains will to One of die largest deals m whiskey that Las .
attempt ,
in early April steadily to the gallows. He did not ever been made in the South wu consummated
make a public confession that had establish the alleged unconstitutionality 4 Full yet erdy by the Navies Blum Company, well 4 Full
D. 0. Henry killed a monster eaglein been expected. He had little to say of the law. Mr. Gilette says Quarts known wholesale whiskey dealers. They closed Quarts
that his party has employed some of a contract buying the entire output of the largest
Taylor county Tuesday the '
and made
and brought on gallows no mention $4.00 I $4.00
the best in distillery in Georgia. The dol calls for the immediate -
lawyers the state to handle
the critter home. Dan shot him froma of the crime for which he was con delivery of 2,150 cases of Georgia Sun.shore *
distance of 200 years and will have victed. the rase for them, and that they bottled in bond whiskey.

the horns mounted. 200 are now engaged in dissecting the This is the last lot of com whiskey that was
yards is a 12 Full Quart made in the State of Georgia before it went dry. 12 Full Quart 1/
shot but J. E. Bettier, of Rockledge, shipped -' law preparatory to going before the
long ,
never doubt and in fact, is said to be the balance of the com
the word of a sportsman. When Dan two boxes of fancy fruit from his supreme court for final jurisdiction.It Case $10.50Express whiskey that was left in the State of Georgia in Case $10.50 .4

spied the national emblem, of which I' "Paradise Grove' to President Wilsonon is not considered probable that any any distillery since that state voted: for proh boo.

there were three, they were Tuesday. The fruit was shipped[ action will be taken prior to the primary Arrangements are being made to bring this
on special order from the President's and it is hinted that nomina- whiskey which will take several railroad cars to
to have St Patrick's i a -
a day feast on 'I handle, to this city at once and will be offered to Express'Prepaid
'- a 60 pound pig, which they had just private secretary, Mr. Tumulty and l tion under the primary will be a Prepaid the trade by this well known firm.

,killed. Since Dan quit spelling his consisted of one box of grapefruitand t necessary step in getting the matter -

one of and those who before the high court After the .
name O'Henry he has oranges primary
ceased observing It is selling fast had better send order at once. First Come First .
so you your ,
St Patrick't day and with a rigid saw it say that Indian river will lose it is said that action will betaken .

fervor he proceeded to break up the none 'of its prestige on account of| to get the name of some nomine Served. GET A CASE WHILE IT LASTS. All orders shipped day received. ;w r

feast of the birds of pJey.-Live Oak the way the fruit was put up. Spaces: off the ballot on the ground that .

DemocratThe | between the grapefruit were filled he was illegally nominated, claiming CHAS. BLUM CO. \ a

with and the box that ,
kumquats, of nomination under the Brayan law j I -

first hamper of beans was shipped oranges contained four choice va ri- is illegal. Socialists throughout the i
The Largest and Oldest Mail Order House In The,South :
y from Bowling Green on Saturday. i eties. Each box was dressed up with state will be assessed to pay the law-'l I e

The beans for the first crate of the ) leaves, bloom and layers of Spanish yers and the cost consequent upon I JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA I L

r 1914 season were grown by Profs. moss, and the only way the Presidentwill thaking the primary law before the ;

Hinton and Bushong in their truck I be able to get anything prettier.J I supreme court. I:

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If .Bndfori ti I THE BLESSING OF POVERTY ways been opulently provided for and POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.Political .
IIh Telegraph SEABOARD TIME TABLE. :; 1111 t 111.1 + Ill ,' <',

Everything has its compensations, he takes it for granted that he always announcement, not exceeding ODe On and after Sunday 4
inch in length will be printed under this January f I CHURCHES f

Local aad Lone Distance Phone even poverty. Poverty is not an unmixed will be. He has always fared In beading advance.for the uniform price of five dollars, 1914, trains will run as follows: f + *3

Number 40 evil It has disadvantages and sumptuously and he thinks he alwayswill No. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa, due ** t illllllllill

f. : it. has advantages. Most of us are He doesn't consider it necessaryto TAX COLLECTOR.I at Starke 11:02 a. m. Baptist.

.; Published weekly---and entered as- familiar' with the disadvantages of do anything or to fit himself for a for, re-election hereby announce to the that office 1 of am Tax a candidate Collector No. 1, Jacksonville to Tampa, due .v.' C. ,lit. Britton, pastor. Sun-

of usefulness. In fact most for Bradford county, and solicit the votes of school 9:45, a. m.
kl second class matter'at the post-office poverty, but few of us realize its ad- career I all Democratic elector I promise, if elected at Starke 11:14 p.m. Wi1 : Morning ser

at Starke Florida. vantages. The idea that poverty is a rich men's sons think it'is a disgrace to discharge the duties of the office faithfully. No. 15, Jacksonville to Cedar Kay, \111 p clock; evening service, 7

to work. They regard work as B. M. DOWL1NG. o't ck. Visitors cordially invited to
curse is almost universal Many even due at Starke 3:10 p.m.

E. S. Matthews Editor and Owner think it a disgrace. It is neither. beneath their dignity. If they glanceover No. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville due whip with; us. H
F. E. Robbias, ___ Associate' Editor, It is a blessing a positive blessing. their shoulders they will see take this manner of COLLECTORI announcing my candidacy at Starke, 2:37 p.m. Episcopal
their shirt-sleeve ancestors close behind for the office of Tax Collector of Bradford E. A. Sherrod

r and Business Manager Poverty is a condition which all men v. ; rector. Ssr- sr-, ";
i. County subject to the Democratic Primary No. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville, due
dread. The fear of it haunts the rich them, the men whose honest and in vi : '
'. June and earnestly solicit the support at Starke 4:54 ; first Sunday in every month. .
fruitful toil immunity from of tie elector at same. 1 pledge prompt a.m. :
Starke Florida: Friday, April 3.1914 man and urges him to still greater gave and efficient service if elected.E. Christian. ,
achievements. It is ever present in work to their: posterity.In R. POPPELL.FOR No. 14, Cedar Key to Jacksonville, ;

-- -... I. due at Starke 7:45 v. John Mullady pastor. Scrvic-
the natural course of things therich 'iso
his mind's like
eye Banquo's.ghost. 3 p. m. first and third
The groundhog made good in 1914. end makes his nerves tremble.. .Like man dies. His wealth is divided TAX COLLECTORI Starke and Wannee Brach. of month. Sunday '"<

am a candidate for the off ce of Tax Collector
the skull it at among his sons. The sons never No. 101 leaves Starke 5:45 a.m. l
Egyptian appears of Bradford County, Florida, and respectfully Ie J
i1 Did you escape the April fool joker? every feast. earned any money and don't know solicit the support of the voters at No. 104 arrives at Starke.2:30 p.m. Presbyterian. ; .
the election the 2nd of June
primary on day
Poverty galls ana chafes the poor the value of money or how to use it. 1914. If. elected I promise faithful and efficient Seaboard Limited Trains 9 and 10 at regular pastot. Sunday school ;
Even heroes t? somepeople service with due regard to the welfareof a. m .
politicians are The inheritance is spent in foolish ] "
It wakes him It
! man. up.% arouses all citizens and tax payers. No. 9, Jacksonville to Tampa, dus
: him. It puts him on his mettle. It and riotous living. Then the young Respectfully, G. W. ALDERMAN I Methodist .

have to work starve. It is at Starke 12:51 p.m. Rv. B. T. Rape
spurs him to noble effort. It whips men or a pastor. Sunday
Weaklings enviously call strong men bitter experience. 'It hurts their -FOR TREASURER.I No. 10 Tampa to Jacksonville due
him into action with scorpion lashes. COUNTY schd at 9:45, a. m. Morning ser- t

brutes. It stimulates his latent energy. It feelings. They feel humilated, but I the hereby democratic announce nomination myself for a candidate the office for ofcounty at Starke 6:10 p.m. vic at 11 o'clock; evening service, 7 b

they have to swallow their dignity treasurer of Bradford county. Florida o'cltjc. Visitors cordially invited to
cads him forward. It howls on his T. J. GRIFFIN ,
'Theveekly will soon be a subject to the action of the white democratic: Agent at .
matter of hutory. trail like a hungry wolf and revives gird their loins and start up the hill voters at the next primary election. 1 solicit i

from the bottom and the sight of the the support of every voter of the county and ---
his flagging It makes him i .
powers. promise you faithful service if elected.T. ,
Honesty i* not only the best policy, "stiffen the sinews, summon up the boy who was born poor half-way up F. RIVERS. _

but it is the best politics.All bleed, set. the teeth, stretch the nostril the incline ahead of them completestheir

wide.hold hard the breath and bend disillusionment. FOR COUNTY TREASURER.I .

the goad husbands are dead, according The boy who is fortunate enoughto hereby announce that I am a cand'date: fl'Soon
up the spirit to its full height" It for nomination for the office of county treasurer You

to the widows. makes him show the "mettle of his be born poor has no illusions. He of Bradford county subject to the action
of the democratic voters at the next primary
pasture and the worth of his breed- knows what is what and governs himself election. I solicit the support of all the
Caesar's wife was above suspicion, democratic electors in the and promise,
accordingly. He is born at the county
ing. It puts "a noble luster in his
if elected to discharge the duties of the office
but Caesar himself was not. eye" and he "stands like a greyhound bottom of' the stairs. There are no faithfully.

Few men are great in the eyes of in the slip, straining upon the start, steps below him, and he can't go W. W. ROBERTS.FOR r RVthM

when the game's afoot"Therein down. There are steps above him,
their wives, who know them. COUNTY TREASURERI
9a lies the blessing of poverty. and he can go up. Nothing can stand hereby announce myself for the office ofCounty

ill. Motion is the law of the uni- Treasurer and solicit the votes of the
It lights the fires of ambition. It st
of colored
.In the catalogue wigs Democrats at the coming primary. If elected
makes lift his beheld verse. The poor boy starts up. Hegoes I promise to faithfully discharge my duty.
a man to
the gray wig is not listed as popular.In up eyes J. M. BROWNLEE.
the ladder of Jacob ascendinginto cautiously and slowly at first,

spite of all their faults we love the heavens and he begins to but he gains confidence and strengthas FOR COUNTY TREASURER b

the women still-the stiller the better.In climb round by round to the heightsby he proceeds. The top is very high. I hereby anounce myself a candidate dor
the office of County Treasurer of Bradford
.' great men retched and kept. Few reach it. The average boy does County, and respectfully solicit the support

some respects we are all fools "Sweet are the uses of adversity, not reach the top. He has his limit. of the voters of Bradford county and promise
if elected to faithfully discharge the duties of
and many of us are worse than that. which, like the toad, ugly and venomous He attains his height and stops. Wherehe the office.

wears yet a precious jewel in his stops is where his son starts. G. W. HAZEN
Get into the rut and it will become
herd." There are steps below the son and -

a t) your grave as soon as it is deep The writer is not a worshiper of stops above him. Which way will h I hereby FOR announce COUNTY myself TREASURERI a candidate for I

enough. rAre ? It is easier to down than the office of County Treasurer and solicit the
heroes, but his admiration for the can I go go support of the Democratic voters at the com

approached and unapproachable geniusof up and as: a ruli> he goes down. When ing primary.
we democrats!Times-Union.. J.VERNON JONES
William Shakespeare is so deep he reaches the bottom he can go nrther. 0
Many people in the state seem to.
ard profound that it borders fa Then he will start up again,,
p doubt itPhysical upon FOR COUNTY TREASURERI

ptoi, hero worship. In his early life but he cannot ascend to the height hereby announce myself as a candidatefor if save our money
County Treasurer of Bradford County, you
bothtlri culture is a good thing if Shakespeare felt the "sharp pinches he might have reached if he had subject to the action of the June primary

eVitab not carried to the point of physical of necessity." He felt the icy fangcf started up at first. election electors.and If elected.solcit the I will rotes faithfully of all Democratic'dischargethe J

Iy pain torture. winter and the pangs of hunger. duties of the office.
Welaka No. O. B. GORDON.
Camp Fishermen'sProtective
And All these things he faith
says, were
work of Some people yorry because there ful counsellors. ((They did not flatter Association of Florida, has FOR COUNTY TREASURERI We help Viose who t

Ida to p are more hooks in the world than him, but feelingly persuaded him been organized at Welaka. The ob hereby announce myself as a candidate help thenselves
for the office of county treasurer of Brad-
higbeq J'f, they can read. what he' was. He found "tongues i in ject thisorganization is to unitethe ford county, subject to the action of the ,
fishermen of the state in an effortto Democratic primary election in June, and
trees books in
.: : running brooks
promise elected to discharge duties
, f What is a bushelTime3Union.. sermons in stones, and good in everything secure a uniform state fishing law of the office faithfully and to the best of my I S

About three pecks when we buy anything ," even, in poverty. and enforcement of the same. Candidates ability. E. L. ODOM. IT WILL be \easy to purchase -

at the for the legislature will be
grocery. Don't approached
forget that William Shakespeare

; : -' "the foremost man of all this upon the subject by the FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI that land house or farm you :
l King George, of England, has 45 Association.A hereby announce myself as a candidate for ,
summer world, was a child of poverty, and the office of County Commisioner for DistrictNo.
; : suits of clothes more than that 2 (Lake Butler) before the Democratic have been thinking abdit if you open an
the editor( of this poverty only could produce a man will lose Primary in June. I believe in lower tax mil- ,
paper. man a day's buya
.. with the "elements so mixed in him." wages, lage and careful management and if elected I account at this bank and shdv us that you are able ;
dollar's worth of provisions and a will endeavor to have the county put on cash

, Tfe last doubt that spring is herehas A Shakespeare conceived in ease, born I dollar bottle of "bait" walk six miles, basis and discharge all my R.duties J .ANDREWS faithfully. to handle yourself and your Anances. We will help :

been dispelled by the appearance I(i in affluence and reared in the lap of blister in the hot all and then
sun day
Come in and talk it ov\\ j'
luxury is you. .
11 p of the electric light bugs. inconceivable. It is a curse ( FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
walk home, tired and disgusted, without -
n'" to be born rich, and it is a blessing to I hereby announce myself as a candidate fort
I as many fish as he could buy a reelection to the! office of County Commissioner -
What shall we do with our ex- be born poor I
from District No. 3 and solicit the support j
the market for 25 cents.
presidents As an instance of I of all the Democratic electors in the
Nothing. They are able the curse of being > county. Bradford Bank

to do for themselves.. I born rich take the case of Harry K. \ Missouri needs 23,000; farm hunds.The S. T. DOWLING. Coty .

I Thaw. Harry K. Thaw has gt>od' of the unemployed would r
S St army ; ,
Some people's heads are not really blood in his veins. He is scion of + COUNTY COMMISSIONERI Established 139 .j
a '
better pitch its camp in Missouri, hereby announce myself as a candidate torthe
'heads. They are nothing but pimples s sturdy stock. His antecedents rose office of County Commissioner to represent N. T. Ritch Prea. W. T. Weeks Vice P c.ahie'r. 1
that where they will find an answer to their District No, 6, and respectfully solicit the I. J. H. Ritch.'
have not come to a head. J j jSomothirs I from poverty to affluence. His hardy prayer for work, instead of marching ,i votes of all Democratic electors at the coming' .
primary election. If elected, I promise to
ancestors worked in their shirt 1
new has developed in sleeve to Washington. faithfully discharge my daty.

the Mcxieai situation at last. There They were men. Harry is a degen- I J. L. UNDERHILL :1

i. has been some real fighting. 'crate offspring of a noble race. Why? The city co-cn; should pass a' ----. -_-----_= ,
,... ] He was handicapped, by being born clean-up ordinance and a municipal'cleanup I hereby announce my candidacy for theofTce FOR REPRESENTATIVE j I ME: ER OF SCUOOL BOARD ,JI

.., Judicious knocking is as necessar rich. He never enjoyed the blessingStiof s I today should be officially of county commissioner of Bradford: I hereby anounce myself a cand'cI: I county to represent District No.2. sadf re-election to the House of Representatives for t membev of the boar of public instruction
ar.d important as boosting. Boo poverty. I proclaimed twice a year, and its nonobservance promise to scne the people faithfully if iele I Bradford County and solicit the support of the I from Viiatrict No. I. and respectfully ; .
; 'Ckd. Democratic voters in the coming election and solicit the of the voters at the kz { the right aid knock the wrong. i Harry K. Thaw is not essentially by any citizen should involve J. B. CREWS. faithfully premise If elected, to discharge the crane pruE.i-y support elect-on Ib June. < aL

----'- a brd man. a degenerate or a moral a severe penalty. duties cncumtcnt upon me.A.. I-: W. KICKLITER. ';
President Wihan( says if he is silent pervert. He has the germs of man- COUNTY COMMISSIONERI .' :,
it is to avoid John hood in him but John Lind must have read Hamlet hereby: an!!ounce mptlf: ts a candidate for Notice el First Mett'ng of Creditor '
error,, ,land is too j they have never been the cUce cf county Comm'ssioner of Bradford REPRESENTATIVE

'. silent to say why he. is silent. I normr.lly developed. He is a spoiled ft some time in his career and taken county Eo'.icH from the Distrct support, No.of all 6. and Democratic respectfully I hereby announce my..candidacy for the for In the the Disjict Solo|era Court D'btrwt cf the of United Florida.: States In i.s..... ,..-:,

k i. 1 ---.:....- child. He is a victim of to heart the advice of garrulous old voters If elected I shall do ray full d'J:Y. office Florida of subject Representative to the will from of Bradford the Democrats County, Bankruptcy; \

4 ; ". Lillian Russell says all men are stances. He was ruined by cirum-I environment. :I Tolonias to bis son, Laertes, "Give j jILy I D. W. PINHOLSTER. electors in the June primary the support of Hines In ,the Individually mailer> of and L. e.as Toole partners and, tradlng.E. T. ; -.

f ols. How about a woman who will thoughts whom I respectfully solicit and I promise to as L. C. T-xife Clothing! Company, of Jack-
He born no tongue. ] \
was rich. His I COUNTY COMMISSIONERI be faithful to the trust reposed in me shouldI
five fools-in son+ille, Flonia in the, County of Duval, <
marry succession? parents'were I hereby announce myself a candidate for be elected. 1 :
indulgent I ; District aforesaid, banknpt.
1 a ....... was I election to the office of commiss'oner JOE HILL WILLIAMS. I ....
Thc county
--- humored !::lds cf women in England : Notice is hereby genhat; on the 23rd day
: Trouble is Maier to borrow than petted. His every : from District No. 3 (Lan tey and R&'ford) of March A.D. 1914. the 'said L. C. Toole and
Sto with was law to his parents and his :I are working in their own homes for and solicit the snnport cf all Democratic FOR REPRESENTATIVE I I E. T. Hines Individually and as co-partners, '

-money, but. borrowed+ money is one every whim ''wages. Millions cf women in this :1: electors election.of the county at the coming primary I henry announce myself as a candidate trading as L i C. Tale Clothing Company,
of the most serious" cf was gratified until he fo- the office o{ representative from Bradford were duly Mjidgcd bankrupt, and that the
troubles. believed he had a divine right to I 1 I country are working in their. own J. E. J. V/AlXRICilT c<.ijy| Eubjtct to the decision of the first meeting 'of their cr-pditors, will be held \
in ? of the Clock: of said Court in .
homes for no DeTo t i electors tt the June primary and
'. A man recently gave a boy a d'ollir, everything he wanted. He went from wages. COUNTY COMMISSIONER resiwc/iSy solicit fie support of the voters.If the Governj.,eet Building in the City of Jackson'ilie I
Di.val County. Florida on the 11th l
for saving his life. ,Don't condemn: .bad to worse. Then he met the woman There i is a limit to everything. The I I caic At date the solicitation for: the cff of'ce my of friends I am a ta the elected best I cf shall my represent ability. Bradford county day of April A.D. 1914. al 10 .o'clock a.m., at
'xrho commis-
the man JIayba: he knew his has influenced his life so pro in sinner from District No. county :\ J. SAPP. I I1. I i which time laid credi ">n may attend, prove '
own war Mexico will cease some day ]I 1 elections to the 'I their claims, appoii a trustee examine the ..
value. foundly and so disastrously. He loved without Uncle Sam's 1| action of the June primary and if I bankrupt and transa each other business as .9t.!
.' help or hind promise a conscientious discharge of .
tbia woman and married her in I duty. FOR REPRESENTATIVE may prope'iy! coma eOJlaid meeting.
an rance. It is none of Uncle Sam's business iry To the Democratic voters of Bradford Jacksonvile, Florid April: 1st, 1914. :j
W. H. Taft has lost 70 pounds in honorable manner. Give him credit A. H. WILLI :'IIS. county Florida: CHAS. 5. ADAMS Ik/tree in Bankruptcy.
weight Politically speaking he: lost for that. Enter Stanford White. 1 hereby announce myself a candidate for
I COUNTY COMMISSIONER nomiration to the office of Representative at II"f edito. ,
more than 70 pounds in weight two Exit Stanford White. Give him credit McAdoo is I hereby the Democratic Primary to be held June 2nd. Notice ., ffittt C r raIn
announce myself
now secretary of the: as a candidate I I the District Court cf the United States
also for the [ for the off'ce of County Comm I respectfully-solicit the support of the Democrat'c I
ago. manner of Stanford I f I Fsioller of for the Southern District of Florida. In
treasury. Later on he will be remembered ,. Bradford county, from District No. 5, subject II cotes at this prmary)', and pledge 1 Bankruptcy.In .
,White's exit. Killing such I I I to the of honest, faithful service if chosen.
lecherous the
action Demn r tvimiry the
as a man who I I matter of E. Hints Individuallyand
Sight restored floet'cn in "fcne. TRUMAN G. FUT !I.
was to the of brutes and respectfully\ solicit: the
eye as Stanford White is married !I as a member of partnership of L. C.
if.i en infant in Baltimore by grafting murder. It is not one of President Wilson's j i 1''I support of all Democratic Hector Toole Clothing Company, and firm of F1em,1. .
a positive A. B. ',
.l benefit to daughters. SURRENCY. FOE REPRESENTATIVE ing and Nina, of Jacksonville, Florida in J
: '. the cornea of a pig's eye upon thechild's society. Harry Thaw has spent Friends announce F. P. Shaffer for Houseof the Countyf DuvaL District aforesaid, ,
years -
r" 0 eyeball in MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD Representatives and respectfully solicit the bankrupt
prisons and insane asylums. lIe According to the examinationpapers I hereby announce mvsrlf support of the voters in the June prmary.: Notice is hereby ien that on the 25th day
f1.; .- is not insane. as a candidate for of Mareh'.D.. 19; th! said E. T. Hines
He in member of
a New York : Board of PnM'e
was insane. high school "nstrti'tion from
The latest tourist to arrive in Florida District No. 3. subject was duly:adaudjfd bankrupt, and that the
to the ,
He committed there 55 action of the first meeting of his creditors will be held in '
Lion an unlawful deed on are wrong ways and 1 right reining cri-nary. and solicit the SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION
is good old.summer time and the Democratic support of all I hereby announce myself candidate the office .of the Clerk of said Court in the
account of electors. as a
Ispeci:11.S. old lady has a bad woman. Bad women way of spelling the word "Isosceles." for the o Jice of supervisor of registrat'on for Government: Building ia the City of Jacksonville .
I come prepared to stay : FOGG.
sometimes Uu-.al Florida the 10th
inte11ig influence good Bradford county and respectfully solicit the County on f
men to do
some tim The support of all Democratic electors at the June day of April A.D. 1314, st 10 o'clock a.m, at ;
from ale desperate things. How different the average woman lives two years MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD primary election. which time; said creditor may attend, prove ..

story would read if longer than the average man. If itbe T wish to C. A. FUTCH. their claims. appoirt a trustee examine the f
.whit h tot The Miami Metropolis Miami Harry K. Thaw announce my candidacy for member bankrupt. and transact such other business '
give irate 13 prospering without saloons. had been born poor and had been true that the good die young, m ins Beard TVmorretie of Public primary Instruction election before from the corner Dis- as may proof! rly enrne before said meeting 'i.
certain d compelled to win his He I are better on the average than women.la. trict No. !. and solicit the votes of all Demo SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION Jacksonville C IAS. Flor.da, March list, 1914.
way. would I S.
city that has tried it has had the cratic electors. hereby announce myself as' a candidate ADAMS. Referee!! in Bankruptcy. "l
i probably have married I for th', office of supervisor of registration :
however same experience. some virtuous N. H. STOKES. for :t
to sre th: poor girl, who would have preferred State of Lucas OhIo. city of Toledo 1 the Democratic county primary subject election to the in decision June: and of : .. ..rAKful

. As an o/, Once inoculated with the to nurse a baby rather than Frank J. Cheney County. | FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BO\RD respectfully solicit the support of the voters Effects. .t
political a perfumed makes oath that he of the
la t wish county. Acrid If
center partner cf the to announce that I .n> a candidate t ;e-fJto1 I'st.hlf: steady drip-
j/ rJm. it is hard to eradicate it from poodle, and who would of F. J. Cheney for frm\-rr of the board C A. KNIGHT.
have, &dCo., doing business In the City of To for of public! instruction pin o" tutor 'H wear away a stone. '.
the helped him and inspired le County and State District No. 2. and I resnectffllv sol'eit
system. This him to aforesaid and '
particular disease
presStditath'e worthy' that said firm will pay the cum of the srnincrt of the voters at the comine: elec -- Dreamy :jjVte-Jea fltik.. den wot'dhappen .t
hrs downed many a man. deeds. i j HUNDRED DOLLARS for and ONE every t.on. June 2. and nromise if elected, a faithful I hereby COUNTY COMMISSIONER fa| man's stotnafb by pourln'glassfuls.iuter
snot discharge announce that I 1
On case of Catarrh that c. be of my duty. am a candidate ;
.' doctf Henry Clay said he would rather be every hand we see proofs of the by the use Of BALL'S CATARRH CUR cored E. J. E. DOUGLASS. for county commissioner from district No. 1. It.
; .as Ii right than be president PresidentWilson curse of being born rich and evidences I 1 1ywpreserCe before FRANK me and J. CHENEY. of earnestly the county solicit at: the the coming support primary of the election voters : J

Hi has succeeded so far in being of the advantages of being born poor. .y tf.rem2.Ce.{ thia 6th day of subscribed December.In FOR TAX ASSESSOR June discharge 2, and of the I duties pledge myself to a faithful 'i; Strange ,Ssd. >\

I. port.havg. both right and president. .To be idle, to take things easy, seems i (Seal) A W. GLEASON nounce To the myself citizens a of eaT Bradford didate for County:-I an- J. J.of BLACKWELDER.the oee if elected. New B )".'rrJt'r-1 dittjt sleep well last -J:
S the
to be inherent AKftsct office of nlzbf J.I: bed. i !
and nl1ltdfltaugfO
mani natural The Notary Public of Taxes. Assuring you of pre- .";
w I my very ,
In the rich HaH's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally treat appreciation for the loyal sums. 5ew HOlrdttil''I' strangest '- { '
performance of all vital fanet'ons average man's son thinks it is not and acts directly the I "" support anddipledginP COUNTY COMMISSIONER .
::5 upon blood and mucous cheerfully given me in
let nature prompt you. Don'ttrv necessary for him to work surfaces of the system.; Send tor ; myself to a continuance of cast. for hereby announce myself aa a candidate MJ1 f ft* f\v\tt\ \ la: >
'OIL the
or to
f:. ) testimonials free. frlserv'c'l. if office of county commissioner from :. !,
What to prompt nature' .Herein 1and study or ,to equip himself for the !I Sod J. CHENEY CO.. Toledo 0. your "ca in the primary I election resneetfully to be solicit the District No. 4 (Starke) and respectfully solicit: .
/ the secret of health and struggle for by all Druggists 73c. I June 2, 1914.< held support of all democratic electors at the t1 hlt \r.- jrrt we mast earn If It Is to
life.pre' existence. '
L SlS' : long He has al-I Take TtH'T] mUtl'tttatort ftrcirif .Unni S Very respectfully, J discharge:Tie- primary of my election.duty if I elected.W.promise. a faithful. be truly ours.-DnvidStarr.:- Jordan. .
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We employ BO agents. That's whywe Felix H. Long, of Starke, was here FATE OF THE RESOLUTE .i::
make finer enlargements for less Clinching the Argument II: '; ; '
He is of the W. B.
yesterday. one # At a club meeting held ina public '" (

money. We save you the agent'sprofit. Johnson Company's hustling representatives British Economy and the End of house in a small vil'age a 'discussion t :1'

Bits of Local Hoover Bros. Studio. and while his territory does FrarkJ-n'a. Exploring Ship." took place as'to whether a bard or soft ."

not include Gainesville he The story of bow the brave little ex substance would last the longer. The .
Rev. B. T. Rape, pastor of the M. "drops"down w- ..
occasionally to cross palms with ploriujj ship tbe Resolute was found by debate continued for some time, until y<
l InformationLatsynefy E. church, attended the district con- an American vessel in Davis strait aft- one man spoke up and said >
his co-worker W. S. Lang and to .
ference of his denomination Al-
er a thousand mile cruise from Melville "Now men. you are all mistaken as

achua Wednesday, Thursday and Fri- how the State's interior metropolis is island without a soul on board Is I'can easily prove. When me and my : j.I':

Omr P__ l4s.bs.u 4esi/ growing. Mr. Long was accompaniedby easily the most captivating in the history wife married she had '
.. de c.cr.: .. r..... day of last week. as good a set of ;
his young son,. Comer.-Gaines- of arctic exploration. The Resolute teeth as any woman could btve; now>> : ::\

M,. J. E. Robinson and family mov- ville Sun. locked in the ice was abandoned she hasn't got one. and her;tongue is 'f'
.. "
-J i ed to Starke from Williston this week. on May 15. 1854. sorely against the will as good as ever.".-London Tit-Bits. .Y

Clothing at Leviton's. of ber captain by advice of the leader '
Mr. Robinson has purchased the A. L. :
Grover Sweat in Our cards
Mr was Clayno on portrait post at 90 cents
Alvarez meat market and took of the Belcher-Franklin expedition.The Mrs.Cannibal ou haven'i stogie ,
business Monday' per dozen are the finest photo for the of the business possession Don't shun a business man and refuse reappearance of the vessel on redeeming trait. Canulbal-Oli, there's :.
money ever made. Hoover Bros. to trade with him when you Sept 17 caused a great sensation and some good in me. I have just eaten amissionary.
Mr. J. Manning visitedrelativesat morning.Kiln .
Sanderson Sunday.Rev. Studio. have cash simply because you owe him I the United States brought the vessel .-New,York Press, .L LI. :1

dried dressed for accomodations. The to with great ceremony to Cowes in orderto ..
ceiling $8.00 and past way
Sheriff S. B. Denmark took Albert
it to the of England.
Olin Boggess, of Lawtey, wasa Botts who up per thousand. We can furnishall get even with him for his kindnessis queen
was convicted of
grand The queen the prince i-onsurt and
visitor to Starke, ,Monday.Mr. larceny last week, to the state reform grades. Quigley Lumber & SupplyCo. to patronize him when you have others of the royal family then at Os- + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

school Tuesday. money and pay for what you want. borne Howe Inspected the vessel +
J. P. Mott, of Lake Butler, was
which had been carefully repaired and + FOR SALE AT REDUCED +
in Starke:on business Saturday.All The large classic columns of Ionic Keeping the boys and girls out of .
Strawberry crates, cups and nails. all the original furniture retained in + PRICES +
design are being placed on their basesin school to help do the work at home is S
kinds of embroidery at Stump's.Mr. Prices the lowest. Hul's DepartmentStore. position down to the smallest trinkets. + One Waltham, 16 size, 15 ruby +
front of the new Bradford County just as foolish now as when it was The American skipper traced before
Mch. 6tf
+ jewels, 14k cage, used a short +
J. W. Ritch, of Raiford, mad Bank building and will give the en- when we were young. They may be her majesty the thousand mile course + time $18.00. One 18 + -b.
business trip to Starke Friday. All the latest and best spring stylesof trance to the building a stately and some cases where there are good rea- of the vessel and expressed bis belief ,
+ size + *
photos. Have your picture made impressive appearance.Miss sons why some boy or girl cannot fin- : that Sir John Franklin was xtill alive 19 ruby jewels, in gold

Miss Louie-Belle Brown, of Lawtey, now, the best time of all the year. ish the eighth grade before their living among the Eskimos. + settings, gold wheels, steel es- +

- was a visitor to Starke Saturday. Hoover Bros. Studio. Kate Sternberg came down school days are ended, but parents I. After many banquets the actual + cape wheel, fully adjusted, + .
from Starke Sunday on' a brief visitto transfer of the ve&el took place on + $21.00. Two South Ben, 17 + '
should do their
best to that
Mrs. J. H. Denmark, of Raiford, Misses Mamie and Cora Turner, of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Stern- see theyare Dec. 30. ISTtG.: when the American flag + jewel 16 size, finely timed, in +
not the .
'was visitor to Starke Saturday., New River, visited their brother, Mr. berg. She expects to return to the reason.A was replaced by the British. And now + 20year'cases, bosses, $15.00. +

J. 0. Turner and from Mon- Bradford comes the tragedy. The admiralty had + Diamonds reset +
family county metropolis today. mean looking letterhead has lost Opals re-
Mr. G. F. Alderman, of Guilford, no sooner come into the possession of
day to Wednesday. Gainesville Sun dollar for + polished and bad "lucks" taken +
Monday. many a business men. If
was in Starke on business Friday. tbe vessel than it proceeded to breakit
I a man is to be judged by the coats he the old of + off of them. One fine blue- +
up on good principle public -
Screen Doors hung, just phone me.Jones' American fence. If quality anil not
he is also + white diamond 90-100 caret +
Shoes at Leviton's. wears to be judged by the economy!-London Chronicle.

Hardware.Mrs. quantity counts, you will buy American letterheads he uses. An artistic and + deep and finely cut, $185.00. +
Tax Assessor N. D. Wainright madaan fence. Law
prices. DeWitt C
business-like letterhead has + A few new 16'size gold filled ,+ .1;
official visit to Hampton Monday.Mr. Gene Besseant Oliver and lit- Jones. frequentbeen A TRAP FOR MARINERS.

tle daughter, of Fort Lauderdale, a basis of credit. It may be + watches, accurate time keep- +

0. L. Thomas, of Lawtey, was visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Marks ando looked upon as a good investment, Salmadina Bank, Off Colombia's Coast + ers.CALL +

a business visitor to Starke Friday.I A. Bessant this week. C. A., Jr., of Starke, were in the and you will never miss it by invest- I Is a Perilous Shoal. + AT:. MINER'S + s

I city Saturday and Sunday, guests of ing in the neat work this office can One of the most dangerous places for + +

New spring goods at Leviton's.: j I Mr. H. C. Miller, of Jacksonville, Mrs. Marks' parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. give you. I navigation is the Salmadina bank + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + :' j

representative of the Florida Metropolis II which lies just outside the harbor of
Mr. E. W. Frazee, of Lake City, B. Ellis, Sr. They made the trip in I t
in Starke on business Wednesday. was in town Friday and Saturdayin their car.-Gainesville Sun. Have you noticed that boys will Cartagena. Colombia. Many vessels NOTICE.

was the interest of that paper. obey without dispute or hesitationthe have come to grief on the treacherous Notice is hereby given that the t

Marshal Wilson, of Lawtey, was Slippers of all kinds at Stump's.W. voice and commands of their chosen sands of Salmadina in the past and Registration Books will be open at the .
Mrs. J. V. Jones, of Hampton, and because of the impossibility of keeping
official Thurs- umpire in of base ball Court House in Slarke Florida for
in Starke on business a game or Is'a ,
Lake buoys it the shoal constant
Mrs., W. C. Kammerer, of Philadel- ,' traveling representativeof on
I football Why not settle all dis- the of registering for the
day. phia, were the guests of Mrs. F. A. the Florida Times-Union, visited menace to ships plying those waters. purpose
: putes that instead of by fists Primary Election to be held on June
way This dangerous bank is about four
Brocade silk at Leviton's. Scott Thursday of last week. Live Oak, Lake City, Perry and sever- I
l al other taunting words? Boys who are in miles long and two miles wide. Thereis 6, 1914, from the 15th day of March
points last week, and reports I '
Mr. H. W. Whitehead, of Lake BOSS OIL STOVES-Saves oil business good "in his line and other constant association, as in schoofs or scarcely more than twelve feet of until the 15th day of April.E. .

Butler, visited the county metropolis Jones' Hardware. lines in the places mentioned. workshops, might take turns being water over it at any time. The sea C. Croft,

| umpire by the day. It would be valu- is usually smooth in that part of the Mch. 6-4t Supervisor Registration '

Friday. i Mr. Bruce Davis, who is a studentat able in Caribbean and unless there is groundswell
Miss Florence Crews, of Highland, training self restraint, in law
Mr. W. R. Alderman Jr., of Lake Massey's Business College in'Jacksonville entered the normal department of the and order. It is happily becoming the enough to cause waves to breakon

Butler, transacted business in Starke spent the week-end here with Starke High School this week. fashion for nations to settle disputesby the reef there is nothing to warn \
the that he is
Friday. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Davis. Miss Gertrude Thomas, of Brooker, arbitration, so let these future cit- navigator shallow spot He may have his .

: For dry goods. Leviton.Mr. I Mrs. Charles Larson, who has been enrolled this week as a normal student izens and law makers be beginningtheir iead going and get plenty of water GALVANIZED WELLCUBBINGa

\ the, guest of her sister, Mrs. D. E. in the Starke High School. training by giving as just and one minute and be bang up on the inexpensive and keeps the water

T. F. Johns, of Tallahassee, Knight, for several weeks, returned to impartial training as they are capableof shoal the next clean and healthful. Light and easy F

spent the week-end with friends in her home in White City last Saturday. Embroidery dresses, at Stump's.A forming. The lighthouse people will probably to handle. Warranted to give satis-

this city. never be able to put buoys on Salma faction. Call or write, '

I i I Neckwear-.The finest assort- handsome marquee, or awning, People living on a rural route dina that will stay there. They are invariably QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
J. F. Kick- very suspended by four chains, is being I carried in the terrific
Apalachicola oysters. ment in Starke. Silk Velvets should see that their boxes are sub- away
seen placed in front of the Bank of Starke. i
hurricanes that periodically sweep
liter. Washable. Some beauties. stantially fastened to a post set solidly -
I[ our An artistic fringe will decorate the these waters. So it seems as if Salma-
in the ground, at a point convenientfor
Miss Era Crews, of New River, is window. Hull's Department Store. edges and four bronze lion heads will diva was a bad spot put there for the .
the carrier to drive to in all
taking the normal course at the Starke hold the chains in their mouths.D. up permanent worriment of shipmasters.New r
Spring ushered in
was formally conditions of the weather. It has
.High School York Sun. Telegraph $1.50 per year.

Ii;i I Thursday by aperipatetic musician C. Chase, Jr., Starke,.Fla., contractor been very noticeable to us when we

Percales and ginghams at Leviton's. with a grind organ and a monkey. and buildar. Day phone No. have had occasion to drive over rural Penalties For Sabbath Breaking. ++*+ ++++ ++ ++ ++ +*++ +

Winter can go back now and sit down. 1, night phone 86. Lock Box 231. routes that the boxes are not kept up Sabbath breaking in Dundee was an + + ;,
[Mrs. J. A. Cunningham, of Stuart, ADVERTISING +
( Mch 6-5t. in the condition required by the government expensive business in former times to
is visiting her brother, Mr. J. F. Kick- Cars ,of lumber arriving daily and + + :
Uncle Sam has table of fines etc.. drawn
recentlysent judge by the ++ ++ ++ ++++ + + + + ++++ *
we are better prepared than to >
: liter and family, this week. iI i I i I ever Rev. J. L. Morrow, of 'Toronto, out an order to all postmasters up by the local Guild of Bonnetmakersin

supply your needs in lumber and build- Canada, will preach morning and evening where there is a rural route, an orderto 1CG5. For traveling or drinking to -
Pine shingles at $1.75. per Co. ing materials. Quigley Lumber & at the Presbyterian church paint the boxes white and place a tavern on Sunday the fine was fixed FOR SALE-Driving harness. Call

and. ,Quigley Lumber & Supply Supply Co. at 40 shillings for each offense. For
Sunday, April 5, and Sunday, April
I the names on same in black letters at the shoe shop ,
I I "hanging out bonnets clothing or fish
Captain T. E. Bridges, of Ocala, was Mr. McDougal of North Branch, 12. Regular prayer services are held not under two inches high. If this ------
to dry-penalty for bonnets. Gs. :
in Starke Tuesday to take two con- Mich., an old business associate and at this church every Thursday even- order were complied to by all the for clothes.*4 shillings: for fish. 3 shil. FOR SALE-One Jew Perfection Oil :tA

i. ticts to the state convict farm. i j I i friend of Dr. Scott, of this city, is a ing. routes I it would be a vast improvement I lings. Carrying water from tIle well .*Stov and one small gasoline stove.J. .

.. 1 Miss Fannie Bessant who is teaching -!i I guest at the Starke house this week. Prof. E. R. Poppell candidate for to the owners as well as to the or washing meat thereat iu time of T. Quigley. :,3-13-tf:

community and postoffice.Not serrcon. penalty 8 shillings; gathering
; school at Micanopy, spent the Mr. J. E. J. Wainright; of the tax collector, came over from Baldwin I I kail iu time of sermon penalty. 5 shillings FOR SALE-Singer sewing machines,

,"",:wee -end with her parents here. v Wateroak section, candidate for county Saturday to attend to some business I : goin to neighbors* houses in new or second-tend, cheap. D. W.
matters here. He he an Ostst.:
t.: commissioner from District No.3, says as soon as time of sermon without lawful excuse Manning Starke Ar 3-5t
Mr. Richardson, EXPERT sheet is released from his school duties he Cyril Maude the English comedian: ,
,' such sickness for first
in as penalty
;': was campaigning Starke Tuesday.
metal worker. Headquarters Jones''Hardware. was talking about tlass distinctions.
will begin an active campaign for fault 12 shillings. and for second :
less marked with; tlian Croppers Wanted'-I want ranters or
"They are you
j) Everything in field and garden seed. the office he is seeking. I I twice as much with rebuke before the 'r
.r with us" he sail: "Here you all talk share croppers on my 83 acre farm,
Florida peanuts, chufas, velvet beans craft and for the third summons be-
Mr. M. H. Chancy, who has a posi- Embroideries at Leviton's. alike-the shopgirl's: accent differs itEO located 2 miles north cf :Jstarks. .
? peas. Garden seed in bulk and in fore the kirk session.-Loudon Chron- '
: tion at Raleigh, spent Sunday with wise from that of a Stuyvc-saiit 01 :.:Je. Will divide sam in lots ta suit.C. .
here. small packages. Hull's Department Fire destroyed the stable owned by a RClc;e\'l'lt. Uut with us the lowei Fla. 3tf ;
l- his family S. Darling, Starke Apr
i Store. Mch. 6-tf Mrs. A. Floreus Saturday. Some classes talk a ti.-;.; :eul jargon.

,. \, American wire fencing 24, 34,'46, I household furniture belonging to Mrs.T. "The 'h' especially.!:! The lower classes China's Millions.
Mr. S. F. Hall and fauily have '11.' In Any figures for the population of FOR SALE-Six-room house,. with
: 1.. 68 inches. Hull's Department Store..; A. Knight was stored in the build- urn uvcr master that mj ..
moved their household goods from youth I tnca board a stage maiiagei China mint neu' .arily be more or less shade and fruit troc Grovtd for

i' \ Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Dover, of HampT Jacksonville to Starke and are in ing, and it was also lost. The loss rehearsing; T'anst. He had sprung unreliable, inasmuch as the census man garden, good wasr. Chap ,Ap-

f ton, visited Mr. and.Mrs. J. R. Dover, :. search of a house in which to make of the furniture WaS partly coveredby from tin pt ope.! \poor cLap, and bcondJcted is not much in evidence in the land of ply for to W. E. Davis, Starke, Fla.
insurance. .- the Celestials. The estimate which is f
like this
and Tuesday. their home. tlu ivLcaissl: :
: probably somewhere correct is
'Old your .mJs 011 your 'ips, 'old near FOR SALE-Pateetto piano, Cable ,e
r New goods of all kinds at .Stump's.The 40':.jOO. OO. As to whether the millions
Shoes A You'reuot'oa
to: l aces at Leviton's. Clothing- "good line to up jour 'tads and lco.nighty. make: good condition, cheap if sold .
select from.. Fine line of Men's hats, W. C. T. U. will '.\ 'E<1th. now-you'rE of China will ever become thoroughly -
ft'n' v.'Ernest'House in Maxvilb meet Monday modernized: iu the sense that at once. Apply to Mrs. A. E. :Moitt, F
was 'asten off 'urriedly
seasonable. Just arrived. Come in III Mdes.! Now.
to the afternoon, April 6, at three o'clock, .I the Japanese are remains to be seen Starke, Fla. ;
business pertaining :
:{; Tuesday on and see them.Hull's with a look of 'ate.
in the Methodist church. This will bea of
six T!>e Chinaman possesses plenty
new union church at that point Hut sir: said 1. .thee'only
li'; I Department Store. mothers' meeting. Leader, Mrs. U. : of urf.: "_\V:1 hntou: Ktjr. good sense and there seems to be no FOR SALE Comfortable sis-room .T.

.E SUMMER = Have' your house G. Turner. All mothers are cordially .---- valid reason why he should not some house. Three-room cottage and
AIr Olin White has awarded E.
invited attend. Members time "fatoll on" to things and forge barn Garden
,' screenedJones', Hardware. I to are expected on premises. ; spot.
;. Frank Chase the contract for the erec- *
ahead with the rest of the folks.-New
to be present. That Held Him. Nice locality. A bargain. Hoover
Mrs. II. M. Peers and two children, tion of a modern five-room bungalowin Wife-Henry, you need a rest Let York Journal.As >
Starke Fit.
of New York, visited Mr. and 'Mrs.P. the north end of town near his BOSS OVENS-Sse your cake bake.Jones' ., us go to Umstons Springs. Hub ;

and father's residence. That placeVbjr.! it's only fit for wo- .
;t. A. Scott Saturday Sunday. Hardware. She Is Spoke In Lancashire.First '
FOR SALE-40 acres'.good land f.
I I I men and fools. 1Vife-I know it Let's Lancashire schoolboy from the ,

? Mrs. J. M. Murrhee returned to I Attorney C. A. Brooks left Satur- Telegraph Operator D. 0. Currie has go there towtber.-Doston Transcript top of a passing tramcar to a school quarter mile south of Theressa

Jacksonville Saturday after a visit of day for a short visit at Lake Butler, resigned his position here and has friend: postoffice right on railroad; at a

two weeks with friends in.Starke. :, after which he' will locate in'I Plant gone to Baltimore to accept a posi- Athletic."I "Gooin th' 'all t'neetr bargain. Bradford County AbstractCo.

City, where he will engage in the tion with the Baltimore & Ohio Rail- don't think." said m old lady. Second L. S.-YL ., Starke Fla. Mar.. 13 tf

Mr.\ D. W. Pinholster, candidate for practice of his profession. way. Mr. Currie will be succeededby "that bookkeeping is a very sedative -Hayve past?"

t county commissioner, from District I employment. There must be so much "Aw reef
Mr. T. L. Argo, who has had the .
No 5, transacted business in Starke Easter millinery at Stump's.Mr. ; exercise iu naming up the columns." The two. explains the Manchester OB SALE CHEAP-One: second-
I second trick; and .Mr. Argo's place
Friday. I and Mrs. II. L. Brownlee Guardian have made an appointment hand 4horse power gasoline en-
and will be filled by Mr. J. E. Darby. to meet at half past fi for the first
children, Mrs. R. 0. Daniel and Mr. SHERIFFS SALES gine, first-class. condition. Quig :.
sole for New Home show of the local picture hall which
Vie are agents Lawrence Messrs. W. H. Caldwell A. A. Allen, Notice is hereby given that I, S. B. Den- ley Lumber & Supply Co. '
sewing machines in Bradford county. motored to Jacksonville mark. Sheriff of Bradford County Florida will be faithfully kept:
: Friday by of Callahan R. 0. Daniel, Louis Witkoviski, Dunk- under and by virtue of a certain writ of ex-
Johns Furniture Co., Starke. Fla. way w"tion ifsced out of and tinder the seal of for
ley, Drew Alvarez, Jr., and Buck Kite WANT-purchasers or renters r
and returned by way of Middleburg. the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit : Easy to Ramember.Beg .
3-3t farms liberal
Apr good terms.D.
formed a seining party that tried of Florida in and for Bradford county. some on .
entered in said pardon sir. observed the E. KNIGHT. Starke. 12-26 tf.
anon a certain judgment duly
Mr. J. J. Sparkman, who has been Metal and wood frame windowi their luck at Sampson lake Saturday ('ir:uit Court in and for Bradford couaty, tough; looking; waiter suggestively

working at his trade in Plant City i: screens; screen doors, fancy and plain. night. They succeeded in making a Florida THE 7TH on DAY OF M4RCT. A.D. 1S14 "fientlemen who dine at this table u*>u- FOR SALE-150 bushels of ,choice

for several weeks, returned home I Get our prices. Quigley Lumber & big haul and enjoyed an old-fashioned in a certain cause therein peidinc wherein aIlY-f>rememlKT me. xir." short cotton seed of the improved.

Supply Co.FurnishingsThat. fish fry and some other good things. Nelson W. Francis is pIa uti!!. and Joseph "I don't wonder' said the customer '
Saturday.. Eckert is defendant which said judgment wasdily Peterson variety. Apply to ,N. G.
A few small mishaps added to the recorded: and entered on the 7th day of cordially. "That mu:; or yours wouldbe

Mrs. G. P. Young, of Missouri, a is one line that enjoyment of the affair.S. March. A.D. 1914 in foreign judgment book hard to forget l.Ul.is News. Hayes Brooker, Fla. Feb. 20-4t .
No. 2. page 4. will offer for sale, and will
former resident of Starke, is visitingMr. we can truly slay that we not only sell for cash to the highest and best bidder

.,and Mrs. A. E. Moitt and other have the goods, the style, the selec- Sternberg has returned from thereof and therefor at,the Court, House Mond-in The Cranky Stage. WANTED Two reliable, energeticmen
Starke. Bradford County Florida on
tion but have the Starke, where he spent several days betweenthe "What Is the difference between sickness ito sell sewing machines and
friends here. we right goods at day the 4th day of May. A.D. 114
the right price. Hull's Department with his son and daughter, who look legal hours of sale the following described ; and ('oU"lIP't>D('(. paT collect. References required. Ad-

High quality and low prices.' The. Store.. after a branch store operated there. Lot property 2 and to-wit 4 of:Blbck 8 in the Original I' 'The convalescent, my Itoy. generally dress J. 0. Powell Gainesville., Fla.
makes those around him sick.-Boston
best in harware. DeWitt C. Jones ,Mr. Sternberg says that strawberry Town The of said Starke.above described property being Transcript Mar. 27.2t 'i':1 :

C The Ladies' Aid Society of the shipments are increasing in both number levied upon and sold as the property of the "

Mr. C. A. Knight was summoned to Presbyterian church will hold their and quantity daily, and that the defendant.fail execution Joseph and Eekert.costs. to satisfy and pay riches To Care a Cold in One Day }

Ocala Monday on account of the illness next meeting at the home of'Mrs.J. This 3rd day of April. A.D. 1914. Honors .come by diligence; fake LAXATIVE BKOMO Qomfne. It papa the .:l
anticipate profitable
a season.
growers !
S. B. DENMARK. spring from economy.-John Francis Cough and Headache and work off the Cold.
of Mrs. Knight. He returned M. Mitchell Tuesday afternoon, Berries have been selling at from $e Sheriff of Bradford County. Davis. Druggists refund money .if it fails to core. '.; '-'
home Tuesday. ** Gorntc Stephens. PUntifTs Attorneys. E. W.G20VE'S ncnatv'. n.4 tack tux Sc !"
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t PHYSICAL COURAGt'I I I. WHEN. CARUSO SINGS. Board NOTICE of Public OF ELECTIONThe Instruction of Brad- U OM dreoit ORDER Cart OF PUBLICATION 8th JrfeUI Grtait H C. RICHARDGeneral C. J- _:I

ford County bhi> power vested in them *
ii it$ At 2 o'clock In the Morning I* .the The Scene In His Dressing Room Before under Section 9L.Artide 406 of the School Bradford Bra4f.nl Cciotr. FUrU 7\T!
Casts Bank Corporation,
.! u Time to Test It the Opera Begins Law of Florida: hereby order an election to VS a insurance iWoraW?

} It Is at 2 o'clock in the morning that The opera was "Alda." Caruso was be held for Boat Drain: Special Tax District W.I J. HillBM Canptcy, a corporation rt. al :

,, man's vitality ia ut its lowest: ebb; all to sing Rhada meso and he was in the No. T on the 10th day of April, T&U, at Boat Bill to Rove Clout and Quiet Title I '$""',.,-" If+'
.' the forces then at their Drain school house, for electing three truateea No doubtnumerous late;
t physical are dressing room. In bin train came Ids T. All Whom it Hay Concern. Greeting: : yet 1
of and to determine the number of mills to beassessed. you sutler trom Uf-
and man aiy
lowest ebb. military
'I every I I two valets Wonderful indeed,. were It appearing by the sworn bill of complaint! to,
experience knows that the "2 0'>lockcourage" I I t&ey.: Celerity and deftness raised to in the above entitled cause that there are persona -.represent none bu; FffiST-CLASS ailm tl j

counts. lie knows that If a I I Managers of election. Manning Griffis, Steve interested in the property described in on U>* P which ill wamenarert '
the nth power, with sileutrs on in be constantly
Carter, Perry Newscm- the said bill of compla ct and involved companies and will lect. ,
[.' > soldier U really brave at that boar bet feet, they passed and repassed each this suit other than the known defendants !. Gfl*** ache, Si.1eAche. aeNt5" 'i'I I.ness
of Schools interest
F. G. Szh.tt. Secy and SupU
: and that the and residences of suet alert to year
; need never fear of his becoming a small promote fed If"
other In Inconceivably spacesWithout Wl'.ak
Stance, F:... March :2, 1914. 3135tKOTICE persons are unknown to the complaint and tired ,
I i, toward, as he is really a remarkable once touching each other or that in the said bill relief is prayed against antee conrteoua treatment to all patron are tone oi the syWP' '

j:'l'1, 1.: man. I I I I bumping into their lord and natter. such unknown persona; A well written policy .by a first-clas ions, and you : t

':i ti :; A well fed man will fight better than I It 1 Caruso sits before a stationary washstand OF ELECTIONThe Therefore it is ordered that all parties yourself of (hem to .
of Bradford claiming an interest in the property hereinafter JO"-
Public Instruction -
H t t ; whether he be Board of agent in a Qrst-Clatia company well Tl o
starved man hands him thereof, underG.
>, aJ.hulf and one of the county by the power vested in them or any part
; v civilian 'or xoldier. And this Is the a toothbrush.and lewder. Then for I under Section 91, Article 406. of the School W. Robonson, deceased, late of Alachua times means much in case of loss by of women, who n je,
H- called "2 Laws of Florida hereby orders an election County, Florida or under Fred U. Lewis. or been benefited bf
same principle as the so three solid minute by his Swiss move and all parties claiming an interest
i ** to be held for Thomas Special Tax DistrictNo. otherwise Fia. remedy; urge you B
'11 o'clock bravery for the half starved rent watch does Caruso cleanse and I 26. on the 10th day of April 1914. at in the property hereinafter described or H. C. RICHARD Starke. :
vitalityr the school house, for the election ofI any part thereof, lying and being in the .
man l lucks just as average I Thomas TAKE ?
scrub and polish. The ever alert dressers a
and to determine the number County of Bradford. State of Florida, to-wit:: 4t.
I. } man lacks vitality at 2' o'clock in the stand behind him. watchful for a 1 I of three mills to be assessed N ., except 15 acres on East side of S.

:1 morning. 1 t shrug of his shoulders, which they immediately Managers of election, J. H. Mattox. J. S. A. L. Ry in NE'4. of Section 1 ; NU, exceptE ;
: >4 of NEB of NWV4! and \VU of NWV4 o .
If are anxious to know,just how I Pearce A -<\. DouglassF. !
you interpret into a command. I G. Shell Secy: and Supt. Schools. NE -4. of Seetion2: N4 of NW>4 and NW;"} 9
t.: tP brave you are make the test some Caruso takes a long breath and be Starke. Fla., March 2, 1914. 3-13-51: of NEH of Section 12 ; N
>* ?< morning at 2, when you hear burglars all of Lots 22 23. 24. 27. 30. 31, 32. 33. 35 I I. COFFINS CASKETS
It must be signal, one
needs it a ,
? V I I 36 37.- 38 of Section 14; Lot 34 of Section 15
if! in your Lou.se. If you crawl under the of the valets has a glass! of warm wa.I IN CIRCUIT COURT. 8TH JUDICIAL all in Township 5 South Range 22 East, du And a Pall Line of t.

;. I' bedclothes:: you are probably quite a ter in one hand and in the other a big CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA appear to said bill of complaint on or before I Undertakers' .5uppJle. :
.. '
1 i normal man, but Jf you rise boldly BR\DFORD COUNTY. the 6th day of April 1914, the same beinga
'j ill; ; round pas>telarj box full of little. BILL FOR DIVORCE.Neta rule day of this Court; and that this orderbe : The ten's Trie
; 'r. from your bed. grasp the nearest brownish crystals. Caruso takes a i Holly, published once a week for 12 consecutive Always on hand. The best service ;
1 and forth to meet the weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph a i
weapon sally Specialattention : Mrs. WoodsolCiffon
t and them Sylvania
handful of the crystals drops i I vs. weekly of general circulation in at the lowest prices.

t -; robbers you are Indeed a brave man into the warm water, where they dissolve J. P. Hobby.NOTICE APPEAL said Bradford newspaper County, Florida to Telegraph Orders. Mills, Ky",says
l and should be proud of yourself. WJls, '
;: 'f. immediately. I WITNESS the Honorable J. T. '
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. "BefoietakingCardni,
will Judge of the said Circuit Court and also mj
of war
veteran some
i; r Any great That's gargling salt" he says. "I.. To J. P. Hobby Greeting: official signature as well as the seal of this Registered Embalmer ; I was, at times, so weak I,
,. tell you that the most difficult test of I It having been shown by affidavit that the 1913, at _
it for first gargle"The I Court this the 31st day of '
use my and
of the i j. could
$" is to be aroused from hU sleep Defendant J. P. Hobby, non-resident Starke, hardly walk,
courage Florida
r". S gargle takes four minutes, and State of Florida, and the residence of said
i WEEKS andhead
the shrill blast of bugle and longS W. T. the pain In my back
by and that JONES
tileD conies the vaporizer A glass of I I Defendant is at Macon. Georgia Clerk Circuit Court DeWITT C. 44
: roll of drums and ordered to charge an said Defendant is over the age of twenty-one By R. A. Weeks D. C. nearly killed p>se.

.' >: enemy unseen or only dimly seen at 2 water containing bicarbonate of soda I 1 years A. V. LONG AND J. E. FUTCH Successor to G. C. Livingston & Co. After taking three bctfe!
.', and glycerin It placed on a little st:1nd.I.I It is therefore ordered considered and adjudged 1-9-lSt Solicitors for Complainant
L '."; o'clock in the morning. Marching into A rubber hose conmtted with the vaporizer that the said Defendant. J. P. Hobby 1 Starke. Fla. of Cardui, the pains ffis-
.' battle under the bright sunlight' is not do appear to the Complainant's Bill of Complaint -
*, ; is put into the glass! and a I heroin on or before the 23rd day ol ORDER FOR PUBLICATION.In appeared. Now i fed is'

t' { so difficult and the seasoned veteran thin forceful sputtering spray shoots I I :March: A.D. 1914 in default whereof a decree Circuit Court. 8th Jud:cial Circuit. Bradford e well as I ever did. Every

; to, : enjoy the, thrill, but even the most ; confes will be entered against the saidJ. County, Florida
out a full foot Into this tiny Gatling pro P suffering woman shcdd
I I hardened veteran feels "creepyanJ I P. Hobby C. M. Alvarez, Complainant,
gun spray Caruso plunges mouth open. It is further ordered that this notice be vs. try Card1L" Getabotfie
uneasy turtiiiig out at 2 o'clock in the Cot, Alvarez, Mrs. Florence E. Alvarez,
Teleerap'I mo
in the Bradford County
f.n, Then the heavy artillery answers the published For Weakness and Loss'of AppetiteThe today E-Q
amid the ; Bradford Ft-4L
i morning to meet the enemy I a newspaper published at Starke, in
.f "had.\\"s of night and this is solely little Gatling gun for Caruso coughs; county, Florida, once each week for five consecutive EI11 to remove cloud quiet title and correct Old Standard general strengthening tome,
deed. GROVE'S chill TOXIC,drives out
kick: at the spray chokes, bellows and weeks. description
{ f because of ii natural physical weak- I INWITNESS WREREOF, I have hereunto TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, Malaria and builds up the system. A tree tonic
sputters.; Into each nostril, then deep BOc.
ne"S it tint hour and his:: nothing set my hand and affixed the seal of our GREETING": and sure Acoetizer. For adult aDd eh2J"
down into the throat go the bicarbonate I' It by the sworn bill of complaint -
\, whatever to do with that mental weak Circu t Courtf'on this the llth day of appearing I
of soda and glycerin over andover ;. ary. A,D. iai4.: in the above cause, that there are ,
j called "eowlrdil.'e.-Slw York interested in the describedin <
Less W. T. WEEKS Clerk. persons
American. and: over again until Caruso i By R. A. Weeks D.C. this t.i1of Complaint and involved in this 'se' ". ..'.. ... '

;- :js R I I I roughs no more. \. Z. ADKI S. SoL for Comp. suit other than the known defendants, and r

s ftSr LIFE ON HOLLAND'S CANALS. The'al'onZt'r* bath has taken eighttuinutes Feb-lC-St. the uncrown names and to the residences complainant of such and personsare that in RheumatismBlood'

by Cameo's infallible watch such
said b 11 relief is prayed against unknown -
: but the eud is not yet There is a cold GUARDIAN SALE. persons;
f Where Sprin3 Cleaning hi the Rule All Therefore, it is ordered that all parties PoisonS
water garble-sterili/ed water, please: Ti rty days after date the first publication of the hereinafter
.i + thj Year Round. i I his nct'ce I will apoly to the Honorable Geo. claiming an interest in property rofulo '
-minus the salt to follow and that in described or any part thereof under Malaria
,4. I think one may bee barges and canal 1 I i Ca'dmer, county jjdge of Bradford county ,Joseph T. D:Haberry. deceased, J. G. Alvarez. ,
turn by a spray for the nose only. :-ida. for an crder to sell at private sale. ,
:t deceased' or either of them or otherwise; CT daB P
:):.. boats ia ;''1't''Jtl'r"aridy nt Rotterdam I Oiiy! about sis sniffs; apiece for each *Se and -ldcd One Eighth: interest each of turtles claiming an interest.in the property: Skin Disease
l than cnywhvre else One curious Ktce! ra'e and falista Dcmaria Alvarez
described thereof.
no-tril and the spray is put away. I t' heirs of Vnscoe Alvarez deceased, in hereinafter or any part
:: thing to be noticed as they lie at rent nor lying and being in the City of Starke. Brad- Because Purifies
; and vaseline absorbent of land situate
; Then: menthol on I id to f' olrw''I'P! parcel rord County. State of Florida to-wit:
.; ? in the canals is the absence of men sticks i Bradfo'd county. Florida and described as 0 R '
cotton attached to long 465 fret Eeast and West by 50 feet North
t A woman is always there, her husband ollows, t. vit: and South. bounded on South by land of R the Blood
cii,1 Caruso swabs out hut throat with From f-ff N.W. corner of Vf.Vt of NE'4K. .
Johns. on East by Street on West by W
1 The visible: captain
only rarely. only these as a gunner would a cannon 29, To 6 S,R. 22 E. run S. 210 feet for line of SEr j ofNW 4. Sec. 2S Tp. 6, S. R.22 E. BUD WHIT tOTED FEUFU: SIT OPLIPPMAN'S ; .
Is the fussy shrewish little dog which I point of beginning, then run S.. One degree'sat
I "Dilates the thtoat" he says between on North by land ofjacob Johns in the City of
suspicious! :: of the whole world, patrolsthe I, of cold 810 feet,' thence E. 570 feet thence N_ Starke. do appear to the said Bill of Complaint GREAT REMEDY-P. P. P.
JI\SIiI.! One more gargle "rtv Five m notes West 810 feet thence W.
boat from stem to stern and A'urns q3 feet of beginning on or before the 4th day of May. 1!>14, wnto tab 1 deha oa, of the Siraonah Ctafrtftboa.
ia to point Tow :
I the throat Be
water and the homage to the. same being a rule day of th a court. Dr. AlUrcto. Mr.
that it is the law even to Alta Alvarez blood purifier.Dr. ,writes t' Bad seven attacks
you against minutes And this order be published once a week for It IB the leading
;M finiihi'd. It bas taken twenty-two Guardian of the above named minors. Metetlfa.Gi,Prescribes Malarial fever laeb'ct from a week to tendaft.
look at his I hope his bite is 12 consecutive weeks in Bradford Count .WUteketd, I I
property. took medicine forlorn
; t.iS: 'eb. ;!fl5t.NOTICE It and with P.P.P.completely! cored J. jour as a
not equal to his bark. Telegraph a weekly newspaper qf general H. Davidson, who had Buffered fifteen hope but now socf a that P.P.P. vaa
On goes his bathrobe and he is In circulation published in said Bradford County; and sores. a n l benefit" '
with blood poison ,
Every barge has its name. English Flor da.
suburban villas have not a greater variety the corridor-smoking a cigarette! OF APPLICATION FOR TAX WITNESS the Honorable J. T. Will;, jude IT WILL HELP YOU, TOO-AT ,ALL DRUCCISTS-I.CO ,.
.. Twenty-two minutes! of hard work he DEED t'NDER SECTION 8. OF of sad: Circuit Court, and also my official

E '1. of fantastic names than the canal I IluIs given: to that throat, and now he CHAPTER 4RS8.! LAWS OF signature as well as the seal of this Court F. V. LIPPMAN SAVANNAH, GEORGIA

; craft of Holland nor with all our monopoly FLORIDA. this the 3rd day of February, 1914 at Starke
'. I is calmly smoking a cigarette and in- Hereby Notice is given that R. D. Clayton. Florida. >. *.' *
of the word "home" does the
t baling every blessed puff of It Shades purchaser of Tax Certificates numbered re- W. T. Weeks. Clerk Circuit Court.
4 English suburban villa suggest more of peetivolv 134. 156 157 and 164 issued by the By R. A. Weeks. Deputy Clerk.
I of bicarbonate of soda gargling
'. coziness than catches Tax Collector of Bradford County. Flor'da A. S. Crews Solicitor for Clamant: (L.S.) J
compact one salt of glycerin and of menthol, of date June -_ _
each of said Certificates bearing Feb. 6-12t -- -- -- --- '
t gleams kof through their cabin: windows what avail are you when a nervous 5th. 1911. has 'filed said certificates in my :
or down their companions. office and has made application for Tax r
man wants a cigarette and wants it Deed to issue in accordance with law. NOTICE: OF FINAL DISCHARGE -r"

Spring cleaning goes on here as in DOW?-Charles Bloomingdale. Jr.. in The said Certificates embraces the follow. -

i the Dutch houses, all the year round, Saturday Evening Post f ing lands in Bradford County Florida, assessed Notice is hereby given to concerned that JOHNSON & ,
and the domiciliary part of the vessel at the date of the issuance of said six months after date hereof I will presentmy ANDRSONi:
Certificates in the names and under the dates
i Is spotless. Every bulwark has a final returns m administrator of the estate -
l Shortest Charge to Jury. respectively hereinafter particularly aet forth of Sallie S. Chesser. late of Bradford AUTOMOBILE LIVERY SERVICE ;
l washing tray that can be fixed or detached to-wit:
county. Florida, deceased and apply to the
If brevity is the soul of wit Judge CERTIFICATE NO. 154. embraces N of
in a moment "It's a fine day. County Judge of Bradford County Florida I
Taylor K. C.. has 'not many rivals NWVi of NEH See 14. Tp 8 S.R 22 E. 20 for final STARKE :
discharge. FLORIDA
let us kill something, says the Englishman acres assessed Hudson A DominicLCERTIFICATE my : !
among his judicial brethren. Summingup J. D. BAXTER.
NO. 156, embraces NW14 of
"Here's odd moment let
; Administrator of the Estate of Sallie S.Chesser .
a case which lasted several hours SE% See 14. Tp 8, S.R. 22 E. 40 acres, assessed =
us wash som hlng" the Dutch deceased
says says the Liverpool Post he said no John P. PrattCERTIFICATE RATES FOR ROAD TRIPS :
vrouw. NO. 157 embraces W'4 See Jan, 206m.SHERIFF'S ': .

1 In some of the Rotterdam canals the more than this: Gentlemen, you have 14. Tp 8. S.R. 22 E 320 acres, assessed. Hampton one passenger $1.50,round trip$fi two passengers ,
heard both sides. It is for you to say Unhl barges are so packed that they lie which believe." Even this does CERTIFICATE NO. 164. embraces NWtf SALE $2, round trip $3. Lawtey and Sampson City same rates as ,
you Notice b
each other with their bar See 2S Tp 8, S.R. 22 E. 40 hereby given that by end under
touching of NW acres
not represent Judge Taylor's best effort virtue of that certain writ of Execution issuing Hampton. Raiford one passenger $3 rcund tripli'two pas \
Messed Hudson t Dominiei.UNLESS
: gees flying all In the same direction, as his out of and under the seal of the Circuit $4 round
$5. Lake
breath. A trip Butler
in the way of saving SAID CERTIFICATES shall be sengers ono passenger $3.50,
Court in and for Bradford County, State of
; the vanes of St Sepulchre's In Hoi- few years ago he delivered himself of redeemed according to law. Tax Deed will issue Flor'da. bearing date of March 4th. A. D. round trip $4.5; two passengers $4.50J;'roundup $i. All other ,
L born cannot do. How they ever get thereon on the 16th day of March A.D. 1914. in that certain cause therein pending ,
what is supposed to be the shortest
points at proportionate
xates. Cars
1914. Special rate to parties.
; l disentangled again and proceed on wherein O. L. Thomas ia plaintiff end L. C. \
i summing up on record. He turned to W. T. WEEKS. I Smith and B. A." McCubb.ns; late partners handled by careful drivers. j 1- '
I z: their free way to their distant homes the jury, raised his eyebrows inquiringly Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford Co. Fla. I doing bwinea under the firm name and styleof 1

is a mystery. But in the shipping Feb. 13-6t By R. A. Weeks. Deputy Clerk. Smith A: McCubbiiw are defendants L '
world incredible and remarked: "Well gentlemen S, B. Denmark as sheriff of Bradford County Careful Attention to WorkSEEDSSEEDS
things can happen atuightProm Repair
?" The art of brevity could no Florida have, levied upon and will offer for
i "A Wanderer In 1101r further sale to the f1 lI'hestand best bidder for cash on
land." by E. V. Lucas. go. ORDER OF PUBLICATION 1 Monday. April r. 1914. between the legal hours II. ,
U the Circuit Court, 8th Judicial Ore t. of sale in front of the Courthouse in the City :

f Noise and Cancer. Bradford County Florida. of Starke. in Bradford County Florida all of -J

I The Chrysanthemum. Muffle> all unnecessary noise brilliant Edward W. ManleyVS. the follow'ng described real estate as follows.
: '
to-wit Commencing at the South-East :
: Cor-
.;: "'.: It Is believed that the first specimen I. lighting, disagreeable odors and touch W. J. Hillaan Company et aL wr of the South-East Quarter of the North- :

of the chrysanthemum known to have not. Last and most important eat and I Bill to R.ove Cloud and Quiet Title West Quarter of the North-East Quarter and i.
been in Englaud-perbaps in To All Whom it May Concern, Greeting: running North 210 feet for a point of be- 1 ;
; grown drink it should
no poison even though .
It appearing by the sworn bill of complaintn Inninir' thence running Went 210 feet:
Europe-was reared at the Botanic savor of the nectar antI ambrosia of the above entitled cause that there are per- thence North 210 feet: thence East 210 feet;

gardens Chelsea in 17U4. and theflower's Olympus. With the revivifying of the ons interested in the property described in thence South fro feet to the "lace of be>in- :
the said bill of complaint and involved in ning. of Section; Eighteen Township Five.
rise into popular favor in the sensory nerves all the rest will sail this suit other than the known defendants South of Range twenty-one East containingone POTATOES, BEANS, TOMATOES.; CUCUMBERS, \. .

nineteenth century was chiefly due to In and become strong again. And then and that the names and residences of such acre, more or less with an the aopurtenaneea MELONS Ere. Burt
the good work done by the Stoke New- trsons are unknown to the complainant, and thereto belonging. The same being or 90 day Seed Oats. Selected 1
we may expect to eyeglasses ear that in the said bjll relief is prayed against levied anon as the property of L. C. Smith Seed Field Corn Cow
Ington Chrysanthemum society. This trumpets and all such aids cast upon such unknown persons; one of the defendants and will be sold to or Field Pes, Velvet Beans, i

.;. society held Its first exhibition of blossoms the trash heap. There will be nothingto Therefore it is ordered that all parties satisfy said execution S. B.and met Chufas, Peanuts, Sorghum MiUeL
claiming interest in the herein- DENMARK.
an property
in 184G. and served not only as a cause irritation and so we shall after described, or any part thereof. under !Sheriff. Bradford r
t.. model for all similar associations but have no cancer.-Dr. J. A. Guthrie in 1. W. Robinson. deceased late o fAlachua A. Z. Adkins, Attorney for Plaintiff Reliable Seed for all
"I also as a scliool of chrysanthemum Medical Journal County Florida or otherwise; and all parties March 6.5t crops. The oldest, established and lar-

it ; culture for tbe whole world.-London claiming an interest in the property here- gent seed house in Florida.
inafter described, or any part thereof, lying
Graphic to-wit: Reason For His Popularity. DARBY
Food Habit &
"t' :f. The South half of Sections one and two Stranger-The whole town seems to MARTIN
"Food habits have queer boundaries. in the of Bradford. State of Florida.
be turning out to this funeral 206 East Bay
Too Talented. The Sty
,i" commented ex-Assemblyman Charles in Townshrip 5 South Range 22 East, do appear Jacksonville,
2 G '', "Where to tbat barber who used to Sutherland at luncheon. "1n Massachusetts to the said bill of complaint on or be- deceased must have been very popular. .
I :, fore the 6th day of April 1914 the same beIng NatiTe he Feb 6-tf.iFertilizers.
have the end : asked the cost was one man
peaple eat baked beans:: Saturday a rule day of this Court; and that tVs
,.,'-, ":, tomer. night but not west of Wln''e! ter. order be published once a week for 12 consecutive In a million. After he bought his car

': "We had to let him go." replied the :reeks in the Bradford County Tele- he gave everybody a ride that he had
the Connecticut shore
oyster graph, a weekly newspaper of general cir
i boss. "He had too much talent" stew is the regular Sunday morning culation jn the said Bradford County. For promised to.-Judge.

, J i i "Whaddy ya mean-talent r asked breakfast dish. 1n Vermont they eat Ida ;
WITNESS the Honorable J. T. Wills .
';J J tbe customer. pie for breakfast-always apple pie. Judge of said Circuit Court, and also my Win Tute,..

1(; v "He got so he illustrated his stories The scrapple habit is found only with- official signature as well as the seal of th'. When wine tasters are employed In

t ; with cuts when be was shaving peo in fifty miles of Philadelphia.NewYork Court Starke., this Florida.the 31 day of December. 1913 at their professional duties they never

t ", pIe** explained the boss.-Cincinnati World. W. T. WEEKS. swallow the wine they taste. They

f Enquirer. Clerk Circuit Court merely hold a sip of the beverage In ;!
By R. A. Weeks. D. C.
{ Neck Shaving an Old Custom. A. V. LONG AND J. E. FUTCH the mouth: for a -few moments and

Handing Her One A study of the many necks to be l-9-13t Solicitors for Complainant. breathe through the nostrils.-Ex-

s Kitty-Jack told me last night that 11nlS seen on the walls of the National Por- change.

-, the prettiest girl he'd ever seen. trait gallery enables one to state that

'! Ethel-Ob that's nothing. He said the the custom of neck sharing although .Grain An Alternative.

game tome a year ago. KItty-I know said to have been imported from America Privileges Passenger-Do I have to change 1

f; that but as one grows older"one's taste was undoubtedly known and most cars in Chicago? Excessively Polite

is I Improve you know.-Boston Transcript likely popular in the days of AgincourtThe MONEYNWHEAT Conductor-Not necessarily, madam. ARE :

portrait of Henry C. shows quite You ran jro back to New York if you BEST

M a clearly that his neck was shaved, and. Puts and calls are the safest and want to.-Life.

_ 1': On Exception. if the king did it. it must have bttalltashionable.Londou surest method of trading in wheat, FOR

J "You know," began Lovett. It Is said Cor. New York corn or oats. Because your loss is Koreans' and Chinese.

t that 'love levels:: all things.' Sun. absolutely limited to the amount While the Chinese do not care for ALL '

; "Yes." remarked the crusty bachelor bought. No further risk. alcoholic drinks but are addicted to CROPS

"it may level all things except the lov- An Absorbing Case. Positively the most profitable way opium the Korean like strong drink Write far
i V bead.-Philadelphia Press. of trading. and do not for :
er's "Old Soak says he never drank until care opium.
Open an account. You can buy 10
after he was operated wn for appt ndi-
puts or 10 calls on 10,005( bushels
t Book Not. "
citis. The Box Was Good.
grain for
$10 or you can buy both
'' Doward-Every book in my library "His must be one of ttwse peculiar for $20 or as many more as you wish. Wife-Charles, wasn't that a good

,, lea the author's autograph. CowardHow cases where the doctors sewed up a An advasce or decline of 1 cent gives box of clears I save you on your

d do you manage it? Howardt -) BpciRe- in the interior of their patient" yOU the chance to take$100 profit. birthday? Husband never saw a

never borrow any other kind.-Life Houston Post A movement of 5 cents $500 profit. better bus my dear. INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER CO.

r_ Write for full particulars and Bank

Enow the true value of time; snatch He Is served has no needto References. Cm OH
Sam Otbv Remefies Won't Can.
'" ceize and enjoy every moment of it- put the bands of others at the ends JACKSONVILLE FLA.
New First National Bank Building The wont cases,no matter of bow long standing ,
"; Lord Chestertipld. of hU arms.-Rousseau. are cored br the wonderful old reliable Dr. WE I
I OHIO rotter's Antiseptic Healing OiL It relieves SEED y ,ATOES,
,Address all mail to Lock Box 1420 Fsia sad Heals at the same time. 2Sc.30c.fLQO 1

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'., r \ rounding the home,if space permitted OVER MISTAKES.It I FOR THE GRIP Sense of Direction. I A NAVAL COMEDY. i iSjrrsnder r :f., 4 -

FOR LIFE + I but far enough removed' from it to The apparently[ marvelous way In ., '(.
THE FIGHT flees :"No G*cd and U Merely Cwn '
feruna I*Sometime Used With -fbi'h lmlLiu 1kimclKIud other'priaeltivr :: of the Spanish Gunboat Cal ,
ftf4f its possible infection. .
e prevent | !hitting SCCO:1d"F3ult..
Good Results people I make tlwirl i-y lao at Manila. ,
+ ttftfftt The patient would be encouraged. ito Mistiikex are tit l-l.uiu-l; l ut. (ltnu. ,' .>'
,j IhfOlIt! foriM*. snow i-wri'ml ar*-at< *>r Ou the afternoon of the 12th (May :
shall we treat tuberculosis? have regular :and engrossing physical w:re 111'take pri'Mi-Oy t'veer lit:;'" t.w-. A great tnaiiy t
.rf ;; itht-r svgiiii.s: whit h have littV! I.> !ta! 1catr j.ti :. 18>i a small Spanish gunboat
[o'thiIU' are of prime importance occupation, so far as his strength I j I. ): r ; people use Petit (! I"t''U"1 white uewiiimcr has | came steaming up Manila bay. directly ;u

L ideal treatment; one is the care permitted, winch would keep .him in. : ; na for the grip. !NI to a wiI i !f>|>rful belief that they I towardthe( American fleet The surprise .t
miiatakesand Some It
II. use as
> not feel -
grieved I
; other is the air -and would divert his It sixth of di the -
patient himself the open others laugh at them. Laughing soon as the grip p..s nrection. IIIYl'h'riOlh' s -n of the people In fleet was

rotf'IOOn of those Who have 'mind from.Jaihnself and his troubles. tjelp'jtwreuu-inlHT' to ;1\0:11: them trill r begins taking it Yilnjaliiiur: Stefanu.. the i j' ;great; this little vessel: seeiwd MI confident '

would another during the acute arcti'travflor.. who has lived ranch and friendly. Fiually! one fir
for-tie-disease Such a method of treatment \
or.the.patient, tim quite n4 well as giving 'I'I .
nunlcable and is easily trans- net necessarily separate him from his to serious regivtx. away '; v stage sit the dis- 'citti I F"k1'pos Is very !skeptical aUmtU car ships fired a shot across; hi>r bov. -

t< benefit I i 'Some Y' +e a 8 e. claiming *' ?sis'jiwp fir> any soperiuritr| ut.rna This did nut eem; to make :cup dit'u- '
him the
but would
family give People forever
trough the characteristic takingthem-: I I x+ for It great efficacy .'e v
selves "" ur direction among;: primitive peotf once to her. for she kept on just: tile
to of their care and attention and some bort'ftmlnt.They : in shorten-
I the p,"!e any kind and J gives strong e\i- saran Then we saw an officer 0 I "
tuberculosis is mentioned one sympathy to say nothing of nourishing : are en-onscsendous ones. Ing the disease, '
i t l If we act dtuct from personal! experience that ,, alongside from the flagship
foolishly on tbe mpntee of and especially
4 ;,d'the disease cooes:first to r food -from the home kitchen. At moment it Js no fair ( a .. shortening lsktars: : hate no iu-h superiority. Tie! We found out that evening that ttt's::
more to
s, [ unless it is otherwise spec- I the: same .time, the segregation! from ourselves than to punish a child punish for n Mrs. Jane Gift tea after stages ability of lidan! and others to find t vessel was the Spanish gunboat C ;I- ..

that.; of pulmonary constunp- them ii the actual living conditions, little mistake. It is right to look for !had Many people take It after they have lbciT1\\ attributes solely to their lao and that she had been cruhin: in

,which the lungls 'are in- would reduce to a minimum !the the error and acknowledge 3o ithem. has have suffered along for a they ire! traveling.; They notellslngs for a long time and had not beu> l
danger wronged another be
this ougbt to
probably the most easily confess month or two, without .
any signs .at that have vwi before about the war. and. the time of h< r ,
. lunkuted and th* mosxdangerousne :The danger of this insidious disease it and be more careful then nut It t complete recovery. Then they resort mlt'l1r : they -
> out of mind. to Perona and that have no Msnififance! to cruise being finished she was now returning
t and the community. And to the community and to the State has *s tonic, with splendid officers
the vtranser in their land. Whit to Manila. The !
To results. men
', long been known but only partially grow morose and solemn Is to .
con'on commit a second fault No one is doing Mrs JaDe Gift, R. P. D. 1. Athens, nm and\ do acquire/ the same ability tof7nil'UJt'ir men had been looking forward to i

realked. Its control and treatment any good to himself or'others br Ohio. whose portrait appears above way when they Imve learped for a long time because in Mani''t

been proved :bj long ex- have been worked out by the medical. constantly eating the bread of penitence. writes: 1 think I would nave been 1.. know a rnuntry. When the land S they were to find their wives, childreft. I .

1" .tihat out- .door life is the profession. and by private individualsin !. Tbe only time to remember a dead Peruna.longago if It had not been for equally 'trlp to the white man and parents. friends theaters clubs, hotels

rtrentative andwhere not too, tine erection of sanitariums, many mistake is when one' is tempted azain very bad.Six The'years doctor ago I had la grippe 't'h..ln:1ian +>r Eskimo the white man. newspapers and all the thing
came to
Ksurest cure 1or' the disease' of them failing to realize in theirconsttruetiort to the same fault Daily and'hourlr me every 'day, but I gradually grew 1't'tise of his 'better devekped rt':a!on- that make sailors look forward wart

the essential and peculiar keeping up Pelf reproach.-one'da worn worse. I >told my husband I thought tnte I"lwpr. !i04 more likely to have a ror.PC.t happiness to getting borne. They sad r y
the breathe
may characteristics the disease. Its out This! does not mean ''never'to listen I would :surely die if I did not get 't ilea, : of rtire<.t! n than the EskimoNews. a great many ships in the harbor flying
\ Or walking; :an abundance of to the warnings of conscience but relief soon. ndianslItlioc,ht the American flug. but this da:

triad: air for Ihatonedicine is because of its danger to the community to see the fault start afresh and keep "One Uy I picked up the newspaper not give them any uneasibebs. auji

estructive to l tae germs of con- at large that the State form !I cheerful and faoperel. 'Mllwauker e and:accidentally found a testimonial 11-. Literal M md. when the first gun was fired by th> -

The fact bas.been: the im eJty:;Bsomed'to control yellow fevewhen 'Journal. cured C-a; woman who had been Man i Is never literal in -the espressloit American: ship they did not notice thai i

that pestilence made ills +of grip by Peruna I told my the hot came across the bow of their '
reason why Florida and the appearance husband I'wanted to it -of his Mrunvrt in matters must
try He went :
[ bate attracted sudh numbers in Florida. Yet tuberculosispulmonary LINCOLN TOLD A 'STORY. directly to the drug store and got a. .trivial. V TT ntten man's, words are own ship and thought it Wls.simpt1.. i

patients inmutither see- consumption ims'its bottle -of'Peruna. I could see the improvement not a language at dll. but merely a vocal the first gun of some salute -.'
: wheu the second shot: was ti\'ela '
'. milder cli- lictim&iby the score today wbere: yel- It Was'So Good It Inflicted-aad Then in a very short time ana. gesture .>f the duink They mil) But t ,
file country--the
was soon able to and they beard the wiizzliut uf tuu
my work.: I indic'ult.
con- .
luw.feverttobk.one. Remitted a FMt.Abl'2bam out i made out-ofdol rile'ing more tinued using it until I was entirely shell they knew something was wrougj r
thought* Tlw his
II vital
; more thought-
'i ble:and delightful in very sea Will'the people of Florida :actively Lincoln during his early cured! the bx\ir tus And wheu the American officer cam J }
words lie
itKTe ttf
snpport their health offi\EUin! i this career as a lawyer, traveled a circuitIn HP. Victor Patneaude, 328:! Madison. I, explain on board and told them that every i
\b ..J'tar.'Wlue. Illinois. David St. Hi I'.v tkc 1".lt.-n <.f His Jife. I bus.
Judge Davis Topeka
and Kaa
fight inst.tuberculoSis writes: Twelve- |l 1 destroyed ancrnthat !.
.ag 1 ship in the fleet was
n of the opeaair treat- Lincoln were close friends says the ; yean ago I had a severe attack of la. |If l,'wild rrC iw LMal: > uiexuiu;; by Ill themselves '

_.s; :Jcen more and ..1I1Ore im- author of jncuta's Own Stories. and grippe and I never really recovered t j} sill! fit tinA tHturjonly ttHhiiiciilrea > they : were prisoner!

|;iipu nthe, medical men of the \WhistIer-and! a Supper. the judge always showed a keen appreciation .. w&ker.every my health and strength but grew Ir It' 'h for: titi.b. :14" they aretul'li. 1ihy of went war through:hair: :: feelings a change of tht.joyful: let hope u'>a j
'Tho gh frequently hard up.Thls of Lincoln's stories. year, until I was unableto the uotiU't' WlU1Jtl find no enunlL
; work. ttrau. .. hope few of r.s will ever know. -FronlAdmiral'
tier ':,bad an income which seemed "I was never fined butonee for r to ha' Tb!.. ia thewhy reason
seemed lose inThe.disadvantagesnfjlbe con Fh.ke's'"Will"
has "Two
-iarimna years ago I began using Pe t 11py! A.
princely' to students who UT'e4.on noth- tempt of court" said : the itlijis ot our greatestpmp .
a.man wasa runa. and it built ... '
lat- up my strength soi Time In .... .;
| fa? ;at..all. If Whistler had money In clerk of court in Lincoln's day. >i I that In a couple of months I was able- I II | | bt-ts: sarise to vndUH di>puta

'are offset ty lie:'former, bfepoekets.; Mr. iouides says lie spentit "Davis fined me $d. Mr. Lincoln bad ''j I to go to work again. This winter L ;i tiuu wren we try to uiultnvtaad the ---

f '' iii. foy&llr: on. others. If his 'pockets just come in. and. leaning over my I I I had another attack of la grippe, but I P? liy, ftilkuins:: tl1t' words; aud, out hytH Perhaps Microscopic the greatest Engraving.feat :'of .microscopic

dime however well entilat- ,were empty he managed to refill them desk, had told me a story so irresistibly Peruna soon drove it out of my sys- realizing them in our own lives. Tbemen

bare such an mftiling.supply fa :a 'way that still amazes M. Onlevey. funny tbat I broke out in a loudlaugh. .. tem. My wife and I consider a. }I wisire cuived with the gift oti.ithe engraving 'was accomplished: b.,
household Jewish farmer in Alberta.
remedy. literal mind a pre-
|vitas: Kature funushe where wlio.ln proof OC it. told us of the night The judge railed me to order : are the unfortunate
Those who object to Ii.f wlw pared an address of welcome to the
liquid medicines ones are always busy with their
when. after the cafe where they had : t'
::1J.1be'only" roof.. Iitwevermayte 'Thi can now obtain Peruna Tablets., it''+nets and nested: the tlsbing."SadiehanaThe Duke of Coniiaught. The adplress was .;
squandered their must be stenned. Mr. Lin
labt sous on ;kirsch .
the for
; ; of
: previsions
atization inscribed iu Hebrew on a' grain
.of Life
.. had-closed.- and Lambert and Whls- (coin you are constantly disturbing this by ;
;and for preventing the !..bindraztath Ta cure.Tree wheat and contained no fewer than t
court witb torki.
tler :adjourned: to the Ilalles lorsUI- your '
.of,,the bacilli < f:wber- "Then hi I'' -- :00 letters. So fine was the lettering;
per. -ordered the Lest and ate IL'Thf'D me:
:sanitarium :he wellas The Taste For Salt. that a lalcrcsccpe was nee''scary to +
aa can so he ana I Lambert, stayed in the restaurant 'You may fine yourself $.. II Hcts. J

., thf laboratory: the ::86' bo.tages while TVMstler,; at "I' apologized to tbe-court. but told Concerning; the African craving for An ar&-il-. t."wjrdl-1 the Agri- read the inscription with any ease.- '. -'

r, if-doors.: dam. ", 'entoff: to find money to pays the .judge tbat the >tcry was worth salt Livingstone! gives Interesting tea 1!.oalnrat: Jaurual of ladia iU-M-nbes t ht.atztagrts Liverpool Post

;,r Joie association of several: l or He was( bat-k when they awtl'kf't'with : the money. Shortly afterward tlu-- timony. Only the rich among Bakwanis aaade< at the Para (oIperIm n- '

ftrads: or semi-invalids: "in a 300 or 400'f rant's In' his poeket. He judge called me to trim could afford to buy It. and>thpoor t- ,.sal: : utkafto :Protect field crops from
'What that suffered from indigestion! for ku k .ilt lry by the root of (neighboring -
was ** that Lincolr :
had Leento ory
see'an American foetid '
fi I:increases the danger rof"in- .of It Native doctors accordingly mad ;art es, by eat ,
he said.'11.fIinter.\nd. do haw told you? be asktd.elitoldihim ssfaag: ; a deep iwnc; MAKE YOUR OWN _
| idf, reinfection. More than yon itcd -laughed atoad salt a usual ingredient of their medicine .yKS' between the trees and the adja- f '
he fes 't>>e' bird manners to abnae th-
x, !influence u i:of'sudi Intimate situation: 'he ;insl tl'd on my loitinJ ;in spite of biIl> -elt. and Livingstone saeeessfully earsufferers e' cent outfitted area. In the case oftfiv PAINT ': ,

g, on depressing :nasxtaliy, at Us 'tpotar"The{ Life of IRCle> 'Remit your &aT be ordered." teaspooafuls of neat salt :soap a this ttfan praved-successf.nl. I .

jeomparingi.f symptoms and MacXiOl DutiDow comes a notable point "Ei! lbutcIIJt< iu HH ease of others, such as YOU will SAVE .. ,' :
'Whistler.1 by E. R. .Ill J,
ther' milk or.meat baa the same effect, the ipal.. banyan: and tetfk. When f 60 ds. MR GAL .
nt and almost constast;dis- PenneB. .
King EdwarcTs iMetncry of Face, ,
though not so rapidly as salt Long the Itnon.'bHrot'f'e! aed l
apr it was s
. '_experience is possible. And 'On one occasion Louis'Sterne, an sfineer :aftef"ard.bt>D I was myself d?privd found, that trio ""er, ral natty had be- IS HOW

|.:surtosti4nr'c> and ihosights t ithieIh Practiced It. .. nod inventor and a friend of Bay &!mjamJ.n.Franklin in las SfcUe Charles Dickens. showed. King; Edward Mixed Real -' !
I Paint
;; element!in the snetess- I pedals :felt no desire for that been formed at the rat: extremity. $3.40And3gals.Ubsec k -

ent elf this, as well ai Of .essay> "On Itbe.-\rt" of, Proeurkig P1txant !- when i Prince of Waters his exhibits at nt bet 1 was plagued by iveryTreat They, 'iiad grow across the trench 'Cil ;7
Dreaaaa: : South Kfovjwstoa m4 the to mix with it ,
es. The atparatisn-raec-: Crystal pal longing for the above artless of wbich ,nvas Ivtmty-funr to thirty inches 22: ,

: "It fa iwardcflrtUatMedHisalea.' wife ace. itood. This kutiinicd as long as I .was slB!.and united with the weir red Makes> 7gaIs.Psint rorU .:) : eIiUl
r [ methods of
!. saAitartern .hf-lug the Jot>:estllrer, mjy be -up- "The, D'-I:[ .time i .stet the prince." ool1 ned to ;an exclusively: vegetablediet g

:from ;liome. ties and inI I posed to ba\e.best;preserred hu hKaltu. -said Mr. St me. "I wa crossing Picca and wfen I procured a meal of porUou oral sraftin the.root followed by M proeera+by xrf cat-t It's only $1.50 peL;; .. .; .

d fries, U hardly leas that he slept{ .always, In.the open sit dilly. -at tbt-!top of Vt. .lames' street &>Sh., thousb: boiled in rfectly fresh of the coaowtiocs a, .wbil'battailLtld.a rapidtbicfcentag PAINThe IM &: OtSm Jti* i.l lLlIJ i '- i{ !

to the lye when ke had .lived 5U years JE 'before the-days of'refages.' In tryins rainwater, tt tasted IntAL : MIBE WHITE LCAU', :"
',. patieit's: progrws : as lAeasantly: sal t- thickaa of .8 J to LI iocbesia ZIACaad UNSEED OIL-the bUlk "Q.'j : I'
e satel said to ,him. 'Arise. 1Lethu :sJem. 'escaiiebeiiai' run donor I ran directly Isb.as If slisbtly:; imvresuatedeoodinient with tip twulr montM.I VOlnt caleriala for 100 years :. '

t- I awbuild tk> e.aailaausa fur thou shalt' into. tote xrRts tit tit cojal hislmws. "-Londwa Standard. U:e a eat out of any you Buy and if rat I 'i i ;... ,, .
ion cf these snditibns has b paint made then _
return tbe
; .
s1 erection of a great iara- JIve 500 yearn looser.: But ifethsrs-; :Heat ou 'e rHHKBbwd ui>. and said. t.n.Her Excuse Home. cli',rour nocey back. past_ami (et. i "
: lem answered anilsaid: :lt, I am to ''Jlr. *tem- -run .skwulfl rice this traftflc 4f :
Scar Art Theft.
tubercular in One ut the ,'chore giria ( j DE WITT C. JUt\ ; .
tt jdistttses one Jive but 500 .years .longer it Is art time and t"+* *'er ergs the bows.' I There is a ueiure at Hampton const the 'aliiUpt)11 j E r < '
*>tv?:& after.the rehearsal Dad toot
state and the 'nn-vement Is worth while tlil.me![ aa house 1 expressed surprise tbat fee. should r egnize which t bears witness to a theft thai under! wiy more than a I lulf liour. Thlt' 'I' Starke, FloridaSMOKE ;iE 1 : .;.1

:+ ply. ;than not 'to extend tof '.will.deep in the .air..as hare bees .ait-to which be 'Replied that be may be termed patriotic. This is Holbein's -.: manager ,-a" ri the used to do. ** 'never'fort either fare, if "'' '
B 0untty.o:- ricnnie associated Field of the Cloth of Gold of a buzz r gas: 1_ : :

i Le no question that the 'This dialogue J* :n<)t.reported in the .with any.matter ef interest whiii after: the downfall of Charles L ;1' "IN you' Jkfiow that rUtI jiff rery iiI

t( *tter.adapted to-the rationalof Stfth.cbipter of :<>en sis, to :be sure. -.Londol1.Tt'kr.a.rh. Cromwell proposal to sell. But when late? \Vh.ir 4-'u".. hoot yov got tu -:.. __' : _, -_-_-,- -;:_" y'l- .i=t

this disease : :mn are :rtttt it.LJ,reproduced,,here out of.espect the would be purehaser cane to inspect ffe"r'':" I : '

| parts vf the United Statesaens1Ape .' to :Franklin as eridencethat .outdoor A Useful Dunce. 'it'he dlxcorered that the head of ] "1 didn't ItriLX Jt with use" she an-/1 H :' j
Bleeping Ja no fad. .bqt Henry VIII. had been :
.a wise return: During ,the war betweea.te: state cut from the o7rrrd '11

then, that this to ,the manners af ,our ancestors.Weekly. .- ( wral xkfe hd ou Ws stan a canvas. IIe refused to buy tie pie "'Brin;; ttfintr Iwl..rt'IJ! the man ,. .

r : section should devise some fle per's very.duii 1it't1Lt'QalI. who itemed: never ture. ad it was preserved to tie iiatioii. : :I i"I'. :fj

s: t these conditions-at: leastre l tt f obie; .t<. .inthiitwithout J t At the restoration a nobleman "Jijy t'JI'CSt' I l loft ,tat Dump. \'OilR. \ ; f
and the poss2jle cure of PrJlfit,fcl Arresting 'O 4urt.,... making 'miaakeea. Oue itaf A friend"VV'liy confessed to having: committed the ...*. I };Mt ui.'rrU'! y lerday. but I Id i..P.FJ: : : ::

, .:; "S'ne:; members of crime for '"love of art and country. -
':' nsumptj*s? .. the police departcontinually askwi the geutrul: lJltt think you waatvd to see my ,
Board of jlealth,3ias: 'under mentAre u cm ,tbewatch.t. r do >'m .kt**)! Jooe on your He returned the mining head which husband:' J -J

on a plan which is deserttfs: from the army ,or MVra. staff? Ut jMH.rn* a j* rfe<.t dum-e." now occupies its original position the The uanaser: tried to suppress a griu CIGARS : -' :. .
and plained the man about town. Tto -Du yeti ka..w" tvplUil; <: neralSedgwkk. circle madV by the knife In the canvas "Wes!11 proceed with the rele-irsj: |. -.

should be practical-and reason Is that the'gtJt'tl"nment sets aprii --tutu. L.11" of the cost being still plainly visible. LondonChronkle. Tour t'lf'IJ f Js .j..llt.-f.X'hnng.: Made in Starke 1'" .. .
The idea ,. .
M be .I.
| tlle- .
may .
+ of $23;: -upon the deserter's head. useful tUHinliei-v nf my staff: Btfvre I I

experience to greater use- Of course policemen are anxious: to Issue all inr I situ",tr< have .!
[nteraphtes the division -ut gain the octant and are OB the "watch. .read it If >.".--ui teli what it a> *ac3 i A Regiment ef Wrestler. r : \ .. '

i6 into sections whose size "The E very.lj the district most frequented dm Burr lliei rout lie IM "' !:lnl'e. that Captaii Holmes a famous athlete ia I rI : T: 1: -

JneU largely by popnla- .bf deserters, and that ia the ,Any one will to Miudt-rstatd it" finest the Indian regiments ariay: ia, the raised British one service of the I DR. L. J. ADAMS .. ; \

irision first place ja the.6 ty where search Is i
i is to be under,
by the >rtiiis method of
r ate direction' of a superin- made fur tbern. A score of desertersAre 1 Her Club. ;I all and sin sundry to wrestle.challenging Those Veterinary Surgeon: I ..-.

; picked *%> along this thoroughfare Yrs. SuttfMiLt: tu'J joined ii club for' .. I
| whose shall worsted
nurse duty be were tu eiJjst and in a short ,
Wery year. tote first tiDJ.t.o.l..''', J'o\va&ey asked, ; -
>w many consumptives are .time tbe gallant captain: was able to ,
"Before a e.ember.of the i I '
poliee ion, to have as intimate show a eoIKjvtiousof! wrestling prizes I .'
an can flcept the reward for aud to: on."l'lI'ally. .
+y'a as pusible with each catching a deter his claim must be don't kaetr,'' will Affs. Sul that were a credit alike to himself and .

[herever possible to advise af>i 'ove
al or' with kjs family and he does rot draw the eutire "You don't know Wliy ili!3! .voi- .": 'j

the proper care both of amon t, for the oual deduction for join a .luli when you )n't MV iu uli"Because Durability: of Radium. ..,
the p1 jce{ renslon fund it made.- R&llum once extracted from the ores ,
and Jett? ,J'
of those who may bee New York Sun.' becomes available!: for continued use a --.
it meets oil iiom'aj's. am1 ai -
> infection Vy home con- without appreciable loss and becomesa i .
tlittV. the only day iu tu! week I Jiu' '
relationship View New permanent' addition to the needed ... \<
An of Y.rk. nowhere tu Jo.-" l'lui-iunntj nullirl"l' -,. '
: of the dangers of the An Aral who visited New f.ark city surpl.v. The same radium that is ;. ..\ '>

its very danger to those I! b said to bare sent thU letter home: Subsided )l11'n1:1t humanity's service today maybe ;'4. JR

sociated with it is not -Tipple! ia America travel like rats Then He used 1 by; our children for many gen All diseases of the Horse
ap- "I never saw such VMHWH; in a1' ,
Carelessness or indiffer- under the gfruimd [meaniug the subway my life slid Hass.!: "You are nevesatNfied erations. Cow and Dog treated. U lividMVTI5I\, ; i/Yvi1 t

Az.t |rious menace. ], and like squirrels in the air vitb! au.vthins.: One. Have your, Hcgs vaccinatedto \ cure your Rheumatism ''

ier '[meaning; the iterated railways: ], and "I'eople who know the man I tat Cholera. ". I
dar.gar is that the prevent .
the "There never was a woman: who did Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps, 'a =
be '. buildings are M high that people for a buobiiud. replied! llrt r. -tuinkou : ; I fi !
communicated not gab about her lIei, hoor.o growledMr. Have Cows Colic!
long have to In put !iu square baits andpulIll the that I satin ? : your tested fcr Sprains, Bruises Cuts and; "
itien\\ reaches the more to the top by heavy rope fled.-contrary Liverpool easily tlabb."Oh tuberculosis before using milk. Burns, Old; Sores Stings of Insects : e

lopment stage, possibly : [meaning the elevator] In the day. Mertury- Gabb., yes there was! replied Mrs. Prompt attention given today Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne used ic.ernally ,

the real nature of they I the sun furnishes the light the same czlls or night and externally. Price 25c
Primitive Printing. "That's risht" commented :Ir. Gabb. ,: .
realized. as in lro'l't n'jriit!' tlie is i .
skilled as In of tbe :.terie< of Tib" "1 -
many moni: > forgot about Lve.-Cinciunati Un- Oil a Etwcii Sulk, ejfti'At SUrke
s-trous:: as the day l but' + 'nple here do To Prevent Blood t-
irge would have a used p + and Siberia the Buddhist monks stu: quirer. Hocte.STAEKE Poisoning I s
[< estimating in edt1 at- not seem tu luve much t!', ? for sleep, print in the mannerhicb has been irply at once the wonderful reliatie DR. : .
ns the streets art just as crowded atnight FLCS1EA. PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC tit J.I.I\G OIL.2 saTressias _' \ !
unity to these very handed down from .genera tion to get Tangible Asset."I ;:ltJ.1.1 that relieves pam and heats *t : .: 4
as in the '
important facts ; d.iy.-0utlook. eration lo9.bletYI'f"I Is not used. bu beliereJ'II promote a transportation : t'he same time. Not a licimenL ZSC:.:Cc.: $l. d. I.'it ; :, k

'ggtgtE-d to the Stats ; each paso i is carved upon a solid woo company:' ._ -- -.-- ----- -, ------ -------. -. _. J
MIsSt Tails.It -- -
block.-Lc'udou Mail "Land "
I or water?
1 inch1dJs. a simplifica'eat -, was lol','rt's first visit to the 700. --.... "The latter I think. For the formerI'd ( {
methods which "Wh.it du yon think of the animals?"
Good Help. need rails and right! of way. but in IjtSkye
a the' reach of all Inquired r!:',-!("' lion. I
\1sitol'-Do yon !help! your ,mother a water proposition I'll have an ocean Bradford Count
ir After a critical inspection of
mcalu be exliil.U "
meager with start with.
theIKt. the housework. Stella? Stella -Exchange. ,,1,1to
liar patient wouldut (atirt'l: -Ye ina'ata; 1 helps! mostly
"I 1 think tlu> kauganwand the ele- ..
an of-doors life by keening out of h "
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A Carelessly Treated

It Wa a Big On. Though, and Held

All Its Numerous Members.
hi is the source of most sickness '"j
The first courthouse of Henry because

County News Items COI nt). I3T a frame stracture.eigJit 2pills,syrups and alcoholic matures .

fees by fourteen. set in the ere. I
ei UKI 01
uncertain and ,
f'k midst of an uninhabited prairie. Butas unsafe. '"

:' .,\ '' Intercsdnf fact Gathered Darin die- Wd br "Our Ut e villages began to coring op in Scott's Emulsion has been reed: 1

..: Bffular Corrcspcm f'W1l." the county a lively contention for the ==--= physicians for forty the tpfn.
years as safe
honor of being the county seat began. and It

Cambridge finally won. for It was remedy to .the cold
suppress anet k
'.. ... nearest the center of the county. !J) tJi
; This was in the forties of the last t enfeebled forces to avert tlutatalldh trO'
: The New LAKE York BUTLER.Racket Store Las I Iri. Mr. J. Y. Purvis of Ocala, visited century. The first session of circuit Don't i Mc ate uuMinjiai mmtltu Ed
coat was at bard and Cambridge was ,
win this week dal I his sac, Clem Purvis, here Sw:day. Gds Scctfs Ent &
? left us. They open oa its mettle to entertain the court j jadtisly. r m the ?&. One bcttls '
n'.d. We will miss J Mrs. H C. Peepks, of Dukes and I .. 2
/. the tows of Qifff The difficulties to anything lost longer than a cold : druggist its .
. Manager J- S. Fagin who has made I her sister Mrs. Fate Brown, of Providence but pioneer courage and resonrceful- 1t. 5iCut

'2 'to liraself: : ,\ away warm friends in passed through here Friday to JtiJ CesS would have seemed insuperable.Tie I
$ t
," Lake B-tier. Mr. Fagin's family win visit their brother J. E. Wainright, village coa-nsted of eight or ten -

remain for the present. in'the Wateroak section.J. little dwellings a tiny general store. a His Visit Short. 1-- Bcwuty fee to the Moen.AmOCl .:'.<.:

The bcUdlng vacated by the Racket A. Brooks and family, visited Ms blacksmith shop and a carpenter shop. The Duke of Wellington once wrote I Ito there existed: and natives probably of <

J. Brooks at Providence The new courthouse was unfinished, Hutton for information as to ttSJ ,
i Store Las been secured by Mr. L. A. mother, Mrs. J. Dr. S curious custom oftae
but would be used, as the session fortunately of a young [ Du&eza and will open shortly with :a the last of the week the Edectifc acquirements moan oa certain nigta It tltf
XX fell in the summer.Now who had been under his Instruc:
A. of Lake Butler was officer mencenxrf: of the new
*. stew stock of general merchandise. P. Wlffiams the housewives laid their heads doctor thought he could not year. --'!

"' Mr. Overstreet has coved his furaii" here on business Saturday. :: together to contrive how the court- tion. The than answer the question verbally SeWtiazJear space OB ttej' <
do less
[ tare warehouse to the Townsend Ernest Wills visited relatives at officials. litigants and witnesses- and made an appointment ae- free tars all arks and booife.
Lake Better Monday. should be lodged and fed. There was t n.f1f.rommun.rr: kta'rf
: buidinzHe is DOW showing :a splendid cordingly.Directly. one beiad the otherand '..
the VEBXON JONES almost nothing that could be bought him be as <
:', stock of furnitare, mchidrng Wellington saw it >U mk&d;lu. begin a doti '
latest model in oil cooking stoves. few for County Treasurer of except sugar molasses tea. coffee and said: "I am obliged to you. doctor for:j I J to ire moan. .
Bradford County flora But they bad an abundant supply fit' ,i.,
Eev. H. Logan has returned from } home the trouble you are taking. Is They keep tnis np for half m ho.
of yellow legged'chickens I I
the District Conference of the M. E. Aunt and for. the post? whet ail rise and. fencing,
erred hsnis, mL'k. better
i DEPARTMENT STORE eggs throat. Dr. Button begin .
Clearing staid still their
t Church: South, held at Alaehoa. er 'iu. .-- trrfj s* their vegetable gar- lord I arms modtal
f day.The "No man more so. my their sides. A
r r A splendid pipe fence is now being and Garden Seed
: :, erected around the spare land of theY light, had a time getting some. tr:: Is : ':rCD-.rDt out their cher- can"-"Tbafs quite sufficient" said ''Wel preaches. c&ilins them out and: "Ten W'aks'drcle R

Union Depot and adds greatly to the :- bet we are_,fixed now. iiliiJ ,to-e tar 1d plum marmaladeand :. lington.I know how valuable your !.i Your idaw' Is there. mall i _

: r.... looks of the place. M. Velvet Beans, Chufas, wild crabapple pnoenBoth tine is. Mine Just now is equally so. pause a.d say. -Frieai theta

p+ Mr. J. A. Curry a Socialist: organ- : Peanuts, Seed Potatoes. were made with molasses and after I will not detain you any longer. Good shadow behind you Alas-tiorl

, :.: K." iter, spent Saturday and Sunday in who didn't get your crops plant really they had delicious.suScient Besides time to the season hillsides were morning." the persjn: she thru addnssa fe(

in the Saturday it may be just as welL The : tinEd to die within the next
lecturing park on -
PI town
: -j were pink with: the beautiful wildwood Test For Hydrochloric Acid.A mucths.
r :< .' afternoon and night, also Sunday Miss 3 right now for planting and sorrel the leaves of which make delicious curious mishap gave us a very del- ;:

afternoon aid night Large crowds t3 for good crops, both pies in skillful hands. ..
icate test for hydrochloric add in the Got the Officials
c He is above the garden, are exceedingly The village boasted of Movieg.
came to hear him. one group atmosphere. In a north of England An But Indian haw *
for field and gar- forest trees. a small grove of sugar of' raihray'
political speaker. have curtains
: average locality many houses telegraphed to his
!, Garden Tools Harness, maples half a mile away, and In their metarll' snperintandreport
New rotor "
Eev. H. Logan till preach at the cream produced by : -A blackguard iDd;:

Zion on Sunday morning and at Lake have Bolts, rivets, in fact we shade ifr. Atwater built a long table yellow popularly known as "doUr"cream dir.u1t arrived at my mtJai;
with sawhorses and boards. With the
Butler on Sunday night particular thing that you combined stock of table linen crockeryand dye and to science as the sodium down JtniiL Taking pity oamiserareJ .hli

week, salt of meta-amido-benzine sul- condition.:: I
The of the Methodist perml
:;.. young cutlery; possessed by the housewives "
4!; church are hard at work practicing ton to suit any crop. the table was laid with suffl- phonic acid-azo-diphenyl-anilne. Someof to reside the shade of the i
Mr. these cream colored curtains: suddenly nal po!'t.. In gratitude for i
,. j : a cantata for the Easter services. DEPARTMENT STORE dent elegance. according to pioneer tor ,.
changed to heliotrope. Investigation cent conduct he absconded i inociurssj dot
Judging from the practices, a treat] trip standard It was felt that the court .
a showed that an accidental: escape period with SOOEs'private
: awaits the audience on Easter morn- Mr. -- would, be properly feasted. but how
I of hydrochloric acid from a neighboring aso. including one cupy<
about ?
lodging That was the real..difficulty.
iag. alkali plant bad discolored the" workiJ:;;' time table Wit"
The houses and their
tiny: '
!:; Large shipments of strawberries Mr. In the Rough Weighed ;beds were full to overflowing with curtains and the dye became a most why he added the one aria

\,: I ; are raying here for the north in refrigerating and Oiw-th'fd Pounds. |their proper inmates. useful test-London Globe. i tfou. tttrttoe table Jo bis Ustpf

: ', boxes. The spell of son, :} # the largest diamond be replied, with a knowing
But there was the loft of the carpenter
: the Escefcaor. found In I[ "Ha. ta! The matter Is
i : Political
weather after the prolonged rains shop. The store had a whole Influence. ,
:-; have done wen for the fruit Jagersfoatetn by a native bolt of' unbleached muslin. It was "What do you understand by the In a nctthelL Unless 1 bad I Ii -
a truck. It weighed little of the company'spolice
i Mr. Flynn roadmarter of the A. C. Mr. ,torn into lengths equal to the IE"nt11 : term political influence !
and was cut ultimately into would have takes' lilt,
"Political influence.
L is to be transferred to another visit (of the loft and sewed together by repliedSenatorSfirrhno.
; Iron thirteen This Justifies the
weighing to "Is that addition of I Ieeous
hand of course.Then usually something a ;
f division of the line. This is considered Mrs. ) carats. All previous dis- lt 1ft particle to the shell of da e
the loft floor was covered de:- people cone around and tell yon
I : promotion. Some time ago'this ( surpassed In 1005 by p cutT-Exc&auge. -'
a :
.: I' with nice clean shavings the immense they brought to bear after you baresnctt'rt1t.I
J' # division stood at the top as being the day.Mr. I of a stone weighing 3,02": sheet laid over them and tacked to the in landing a job.-\\ub- I -.
one and a third pounds in Seals and Music.A .. *'
best kept division on the road, one walls all the way round. On this ington Star. '

i of the sections in this division taking mine in the Trans government bought ty of th* seat, or of I
I the prize as being nearer the standard two rows. From the extra supply required College Education. possibly
and presented ft to King for tie!
ness music is told by
" I r than :any other. Mr. Flynn will move baring become known as for winter enough quilts were A college education is not a scheme Dunbar in Macgillirraj'i "
mustered to ('O"ethe sleepers. As for to enable a man to live without work. ,
with his but until '
family not diamond. In 1008 =
away it was British gnadrupeds."Durtg ....
mile? pillows DO one cave a thvcgbt to those Its Is to him
purpose help to work to
the school term closes. We will be terdam and there cut into a residence of some:]
effeminate luxuries. The lawyers advantage to make stroke j j
to lose them. stones and a number scull ry one of the Hebrides I bad
sorry and might lay their beads on their saddlebags count-David Starr"Jordan.Considerate t I .
The ladies of the Civic League gave doubt. largest one weighed Slfirj or their rolled up coats and be purtunitieM to witness this ]
is the largest brilliant in 'As I walked along the shore
I a play last Friday catted the }{am- thankful.
All are of the finest quality Parent..
c a summer afteruoeM
..; monial Exchange.* A large audience the Thus was the circuit court sumptu- "Wist '
are you doing these days
notes from flute would I
f : attended, and a good sum was netted k rige in its earliest known ously fed and saQdently lodged "1 have joined the sons of rest" a scorn of them my within. few j.

[ jf for civic improvement. They will give world. rbed 1S6U carats but 'was thanks: to the ingenious women ofHenry "How can you do ft?* \ me and'then they would n':

the same play in Raiford on Friday. est ; IOC. county.'Youth's Companion. "By having a father who didn't with their heads above nt&

} ] The freight shed of the G. S. & F. half : diamonds some from many black dogs. evldendj

| Ry is being enlarged and other repairs from India or Borneo. Might as Well Have Seen Him. Her Chin. j.1 with the sounds. For half sa I
Inches Kimberley, are the Star Awakening with a bad headache the Dawson The facial features plainly j
Indeed for length of tins
( i are being done around the depot any : .
'; inches ut weighing 2544 carats; morning after a banquet a suburban indicate character and disposition. In j could Sx them to the spot iI

i ENTERPRISE or Pitt diamond, welshing dentist mused, not unpleasantly on I selecting your wire were you governed moved along the vatera i

i what after several cuttings; the his last evening's spree. But suddenly by her chin? Spenlow-No. but I have would fellow like the'-
: D. L. will fill his me
Phillips regular i you weighing 156 carats in the his wife appeared and. advancing to been ever since we married. which it is said attended .
i ; r appointment at Alachua next Satur- i Put mace"J.' of the Shah of Persia; the his bedside. shunted hysterically: .

; ,t,., day and Sunday. i see : ng 12S4 carats; the Vic "You wretch: What will the neigh- '
.t .C here is going to be a socialist which ISO carats and cut bors say at your coming borne drunk r .."i '

'i :1 3? speaker at the Enterprise school house floor. weighing 7 carats.-Ex last nightf" .......................... ....iiee........N U .

\" 't., Tuesday night, March 31. Everybody the "But my dear nobody saw me." the t .

t:{ .':;"' is invited to attend. you dentist protested. j j"Xobod"T' I -

(i-': >.-. There was a delightful party held inches' did see you t:1yon? Too !know What well if enough nobody I' Progressive Business Firms ID 8i(

at the home of John demons last
.' .f they all heird the way I carried oa ]

. !!H. last Thursday night and many games icle. Smonen. the Dutch. when you got back.-Xpw York Trflv I Readers of the Telegraph will find it tot
', \ were played. The guests who were of smokers taken the other nne. ,..

I lt\' present were as follows: Miss Anna : the boys attending nine advantageto trade with the firms Irep-'

1, Clemons Miss Ola Thompson, Miss An school in a suburb of A Lesson In Curling. resented in this m
' t Holland reveals that directory. ,
; Cora Thompson, Miss Loea Morgan Inexperienced Member (to venerablefkIptWh.rs .
3 I : : Miss Yiga Melvin Miss Lone and they number a patlid. Mr. Macpfcer- .
' Melvin, : among those of seven son? Skip-Dae ye no cuwk ..........................ds
d Miss Marie the see. ye
and Allie Norman, Miss per cent and 32 per cent
j Ye ding yer stane cannily but uae so
;,. Debbie Phillips; Messrs. Louis demons this of eight while in the fine as tae bog it.ae iinlfliu flefc nor II.......................... .
, : Laurice demons. Griffin Phillips ;: year at which 'the av .
ch Jinkin turn., ye tea bat teuiily. hat It '
: \ ,' Albert Jennings, Roy Lang E. E. is twelve. the percentage aye gangs snoovin" aa" houtbruT DRY GOODS. f> FURMTUEE.
' I ? to 53As it falls .
Hess, Julious Norman, Jerry Witcher. rapidly
> year. amang the guairds.! till rtrancht as aaelder's ..............
Many limit of compulsory attend- ............ MMIMMMMMMFUENrrUBB
games and plenty of music the walk bogy fa"ou this ,terra
early use of tobacco would
I j. were played and refreshments were i tee. When ye ze dune that. Kiddies. .....Hi8.H-MIe..U.
to be an incentive to learn- .. -
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: served later in the dining room of I'' the ti:rr. not the ciga ye'ze made patlid. alt ye may bear en' .

: the house and then all returned home : these Dutch youngsters gree..ipt Toronto Globe. J. W. MORGAN -F,..
rtvel f Headquarters for .
saying that such a delightful time ill
; ticket T_ Even Worse. Ladies Beady.to.Wemr Goods and almost anything
they had never had before. i want -
i 1 "Why do they hate each other so?" Dry Goods,' Notioas, Etc d might
Jerry Witcher hired a ,horse and 'Plant Foods ,

i! { ;' buggy Sunday and went in to Water- of the manna plant are "They"Oh. both are rivals.- l i.e.e..e.e.e..e........ 6{ HULL'S DEW
: trying to
Malay peninsula besides marjr the same STORE.- 15:
oak section. What for? Hoping to : Flower beads are cooked. : girl eh? That sort of thing certainly .......................... :

j i' ride one of our nice looking girls. slsu carries and the inner por does arouse a man's primal Irts...iuua" PNNN

But did he do it? a toy .tem i* also edible. boots "In this eae it is worse than that BUILDERS' SUPPLIES *
J Charley Hilliard left for Fernandi- I a fcein f the young plants are used They are both trying tu marry the .
stream ......
: same fortune
last Houston Post
ca Wednesday and is going to vegetables. The outer '
irorld.: !
: f work in that section for a while any- there valued as elepaant fodder. -- H8i.Htei aAi aiDN N DENTISTS_ yN
Barrett's Pun. e
way. .
: It E. Hess of Lawtey is staying Little Theory. Lawrence Barrett though stern and : Quigley Lumber &: Supply Co. Mk NNN

you hate little theo dignified could unbend
with D. L. yonr a little occasionally. .
: Phillips picking berries, "Yon ease? of tbe high cost of Once a popular low comedian Dealer In 8 e

; Look out boys, another girl gone. "X \" proposed a combination with him. e -

del Hot days and warm nights are "Wh replied Mr. Groweber. which he declined. 0 Builders Supplies. Paints. Oils. : DR. U. G.

:" ... making the berries boom and we don'tcare "Pl"r people are trying to make "It would have been an uafcappy illustration. 9 Varnishes Plumbing., Concrete DENTISTJEdwards _
i long the times take the of do- _
as as prices stay where place said the tragedian iu relating -

i they ere. rt.petq : ."-Washington ;Ur. It "of Grin and Barrett"Flustered. EstimateaJCheerfully Furnished. *

Mr. and Mrs. abaat w
'. Andrew Hillard are j .
,'<':.,. living in one of J. S. Norman's houses Star. Cologne Water. 6s" s0 v C a 09C Upstairs over Post .

:: invented by Jnbacn It was :Smith's: ; first ,
:: :- ;. and are gttting along firre.Somctirr.es. I s Sunday as csherin
over 2W)
,: ;/ eM "'.> ; oils of neroIL years citron ago., bt-r is Timing church to and be was a bit flustered. ..........................
lady who entered be said.chi s
get ;;.> and .
f rosemary. ,
'''aYe IIM&IBU and I'll sew you REAL ESTATE.
J *
y Tommy-Pop. a man and tl* wife gooda. into a sheet"-Boston Transcript

S'" are one. aren't they? Tommy's Pop- "!I'm Too' Rsky. .......t.................tJ NOTION t

Yes my eon: sometimes one too many. striint in -. l give a tine Ii
-PbltadelphllItecorl' you : you'll drip MuDma-Xettie. what ai> you doing

." ,. J dl>n't It be did I to baby that makes him cry so? Small p i .
i.1f '" A1T to If eared where airs to be Tom : ." ; I'oLUnlucky \n.se-04 he's got fussy because I COilER L. PEEK 5if

t. gatnt L-Brrt L ed the tried to opeu hs! mouth with your Florida S I Why is it that wbea
and in Resuit.: glove '" Real Estate, Land in'd > in need of NotioM
i ; Sews. **
What We Pay For Muic. off :\1 to ";fJarr..If'fI" Q 4 ReadtoWearNovelties

3J\6.,1In ail its forms results in the! afn'd their nmrriare 6:13 Timber Expert. .* $. Etc, Iron
!sl his Tbe elect!
.. expenditure cf aby; t $GCO.GCO.COi> an- thrown tliiii tuKetUer or_ are those who will and tbe 1 go to
tuu '
; litlllr lu this tunlrf. JuCo; .. / wc %! oonelett Ward are those who wen't-Henry :J i> 33 years Experience at Starke. to t STUMP

Beecher. iI> There's Aml' ReS3a
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