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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 10, 1914
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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:';' VOL. XXXV. STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, APRIL 1C( 1911 NO.4G!) '


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RAIFORD BONDS ARE SIGNED F I \\m
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$ ,. .. ) Starve, Monday, April 6.-
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"* The school bonds of Raiford were ;l r : ij ,,, D w I t ,: ,'.,,! '.'.'':...:; .ilJ: C. A. Roberts, chairman, with the
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A petition was presented- the ': :p.t, Y e V't' Bessent S. T. Dowling, W. S. Croft, -

,.i board by the patrons of Robert's ..jt'::.: > S SKz and A. B Surrency. ;Slimes of last. .

\ school for the establishment of a a F ern::; meeting read and adopted __ "
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special tax district Said petition was y 4 Petition asking that the, came of
granted: and the petition ordered pub- n x; % +
Mrs. Sally Starting le placed upon
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lished and describing the boundaries p1 -
the Invalid Pension Roll and assistance .
. of said districtIt
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was moved and seconded that
be to the Board of Public ('. and second refused.
,$40 paid ,., q, 4vax :
;-. r Jnstruction, of Alachua: county, for Y'r r aa The following names wire, by mo- '
Gen. Wm. E. Mickle, New Orleans, AdJutant '
', ,, Bradford county pupils-attending Mel- General and Chief of Staff Gin: W. B. Halderman, Louisville, K,.. tion and second, .dropped from the 1,
Major General Commanding Kentucky
\* rose- schooL* Division: U. C. V, Jacksonville Re Division United Confederate Pauper rcll; Addie Belle Dyes, Lizzie .

"! Bids were opened for the erection union. Veterans at Jacksonville Reunion. Hunter, Lucy Duncan, Martha Pool,
? of Lawtey school building. The contract *
"t. -' Frank Walker and Isham Morgan _
:' was awarded to Rogers & Simi -
CANE SYRUP FARM LITTLE SPRINGS Dock Wood reduced: from $5.00 to
, ,Eons, pending the completion of sale .
i of the Lawtey school bonds. New Industry Win Be Located at Literary Specialty-- Program for $2.00 per motfh. Ervin Higginbotham -

;:, The trustees of Brooks school petitioned Starke. Saturday Night, April 18. I from $5.00 to $:\50 fH month. 1

j f'; the board to build a house for Mrs. West's name at. her .cwn re-. .. ,

:l\\ said district. The petition was grant- Messrs. C. G. Holland, L. A. Evans 1. Welcome address, W. R. DuBose. quest, was ordered dropped IrcnvroIL '

;.Jt4-r; ed. The trustees and patrons of said and C. R. Hathaway,.of 'Indiana, in 2. Extemporaneous speech, PercyW. Also the name of Mrs. Waiirtn Her-
Si. district agreed to erect the buildingof connection with Mr. C. L. Peek of McLeod. *
ordered fiosi
the board furnished the materialThe Starke, are investigating the actual 3. Reading. XstDaPcse.. sey was dropped the
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I-, profits to be obtained in the FLORIDA ALLIGATOR roll, the board being informal that
FARM
board agreed to the request 4. Essay, "The Railroad Engineer. I
of sugar cane on 100 acres or Carl C. Scoffe. she had means sufficient for i her support -
, of Theressa school district to move Fla, Ma -Visitora to the Confederate reunion in Jack .
the school house to the site selected on the rich black loam clay M Inclusive, will have an opportunity to MC one of the largest 5. Recitation, Edyth Williams. .

{T by the committee of the board as lands east of Alfalfa in what is in the country. The Florida alligator farm la located at 6. Debate, "Resolved, ?That there is Bonds presented and approved: and ,

being the nearest available center of as the "Clay Gully" section. connected with the city by trolley line, and it a popular more danger in fire than water." licenses issued for fire-arm. to Wil-
With modern cane mill all visitor The Illustration here shown .la a,pen of the largest Affirmative, Othoe Mizelle, Eugene
i the district D. W. Moore was appointed the collection of torn 3,000. The oldest alligator in captivity liam Sapp, M. Burton, W. L;Roberts '
and complete outfit to Shallar; negative, Levy Witt, Chester!
* trustee to fill the unexpired this. term. The specimen la about 250 years old and weight 921 and B. J. Roberts, and M Cameron. '
l' the cleanest of cane syrup,-and McLcd. Speakers are 1imi.:d to 25
of of the trustees of said
. term one it on the market in neatly minutes. J. W. Hamilton's bend approved, for
district who has moved away. '
sealed tins of pints, quarts, half i Officers were elected at last meetingas deputy sheriff and. ordered hied. ''
- The following teachers' reports and lon and gallons in car lots, MILITARY BALL STARKE- WINS-- follows: Silas Kite, inspector of >>!.ub and
billa
J were examined and ordered paid: net profit of at least $200.00 per President Othoe A. Mizelle; Vice- Brands of Animals !'laUitotfl'fd for

L. A. Jett, teaching, Starke school annually.Mr. at Armory Wednesday Blomer Girls Lose Fast Gave By President, Carl C. Scaffe; Secretary;
$140.0( Notie Johnson, teaching, market for the 6th Election[District, '
Peek who has lived here
Evening. Score of 5 to 3 Allie :McLeod; Asistant Secretary
Starke school, $75.00; aoma Hill presented his report for the month of
34 is convinced that
past years, Armontine DuBose.A .
teaching, Starke school $70.00; Lillie March. Same ordered filed.' .
< brilliant social event of
enterprise will prove a success, good session was held last Satur-
: Crindy, teaching, Madway school With the scalps of Ocala and Gainesville E. ..
I has already plowed 40 acres was the annual military day night and each one is looking C. Croft, Supervisor of Regis
,1 $22.50 Nancy Sped, teaching, Brooklyn -: dangling at their belts the.Star .
preparation for next years armory Wednesday even- forward to a better meeting next tration, appeared before, the Board .
Girls of Guthrie Okla. and
t school $25.00; Lilla Harris, teach- Bloomer l. '
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time. Everybody is invited to come and asked that his salu7 te;increased
' ing, Bradford school $35.00 Minnie other seaports, came to Starke Thurs-
; COMING TO STARKE hall was artistically in the and see what the L S. L S. is doing. as the work of his -office bad been
and left their :
day own scalps .
.t Hankenson Water Oak school, $25.00
; Recently Mr. Henry C. Long the occasion with bunt-
Remember
G. H. Wiliams, teaching, County Mr. G. C. Cady, of Connecticut vines palms, ferns, cut wigwams of the Starke braves, the Saturday. night, April, 18. increased. The Board after con-

Normal, $90.00; Lizzie Marshal, Hope- ed through several locations in potted plants. Music was score being 5 to 3 in favor of Starke.As INSPECTION OF COMPANY "E. sidering same, upon motion it was ..

j.. well school. $30.00; Lizzie Marshal, ida, and after careful Prof. Newsome's orches- a rule three male members of ... ordered that he be paid thirty dollars
Dukes school, $25.00 M. D. Jenkins the team are used in all their games, Men .
; purchased 10 acres of improved Property and Examined by per month from January; 1914 to July
Providence, $30.00; Elvira Brown, on the eastern edge of town, fruit punch were served but their agreement with Starke provided Federal and State Officers. 1, 1914.

a teaching Thurston school $30.0; E. S. ing the Hornsby farm. Mr. Andrews, Jr., Mrs. J. E. that seven girls and two men .
The time <
, should constitute the in the for collecting state and
line-up .
Dew, teaching Brooker school, $80.00; now on the place improving
Oscar Alvarez, Mrs. R. Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock '' .
fit' Lumanda Pinholder teaching Brooker game yesterday, which was as follows county taxes was extended for 30 .
and with
ing, preparing, other Miss Louise Peek. the Starke military company was inspected .' .
i school $40.00; Ruby Peoples, teaching for a strawberry crop next fall was opened by a grand : at the armory-by Captain days. ;
Broker school, $40.00 Truby Pin- is 'an M. Fay, rf; J. Reilly, ss; C. Nation Trustees
; experienced berry grower Captain and Mrs. U. G. LaVergne L. Gregg for the United Drainage Be pert .
holder teaching Brooker school $35; Connecticut and Vermont. pretty figures were in- If; S. Waulbaum, Ib; L. Weilty, c; H. States and by Major H. M. Snow, Jr., Starke, Fla. April 6. To the, Hon-
Bills drawn General School Fund Murphy, 2b; E. Fargo, Sb; M. flier,
on : The sale was made through favors in one being for the State of Florida. orable Board of County Commissioners -

F. G. Schell expense to State real estate firm of C:L. Peek & which were distributed by cf; M. Cunningham, p. The purpose of the examination Bradford county..

School Committee, $19.10; 'F. G. Long and Master Gary The line-up of the local playerswas was to ascertain the general efficiencyof Gentlemen-We, the undersigned t

.Schell office ,suplies and express, RABID DOG KILLED as follows: the Proficiency in drill trustees for the East Starke Drain- .
company
$5.16; F. G. SchelL salary, $100.00; Barkley, c; Darby p; Freeman, lb; age District, have this mouth wade
Adam
Tison colored, killed his : costumes were worn and the manual of arms, general appearance a _
L. W. Kickliter Board service Rivers, 2b; Johns, 3b; Poole, ss; Beas- '
$4.00 careful
; inspection of the canals and
? Sunday, believing that the and following is a-de- condition of arms, disciplineand
Chesley Fogg, Board service, $6.00; hydrophobia. The dog left a number of them: ley, If; Aldeman, cf; Chancy, rf; administration were noted and ditches that have beet dug r.
N. H. Stokes, Board service, $9.20; three days before he was killed Turner, blue ,charmeuse, Guy 'Alvarez, pinch hitter. our soldier boys have no reason to contract of G; C.' Livingston; & Co:: *'
H. & W. B. Drew. Co.,warrant book, Not being wholly familiar with 'T !
the
was running at large during drapery embroidered in fear the reports that will be made
$14.00; G. H. Taylor, transporting period. It is not known where pink; y s. D. C. Jones, MUZZLE YOUR DOGS by the inspecting officers: contract we are not prepared 'to say

pupils, $45.00; Chesley Fogg, to State went nor how many dogs or tunic of'cream lace; Owners of dogs are hereby notified that"the work will comply,,wholly with +

Superintendents Convention $24.30: animals he came in contact with. Alvarez; pink crepe wit}". to muzzle their dogs or keep them at UNDERHILL-MANN the1.contract. We find, however, that

; F, N. Andrews commission, $29.74; returned home Sunday and'1zegan"r'A and shadow lace; Mrs. home. Doge found Tuning at large Mr. A. J. Underhill and Mrs. Lydia excellent work has been Bore and

: L,W. Kickliter, office expense, $2.30; snap at the chickens and white charmeuse with without muzzles will be shot Mann were united in manage at the when completed.will be of inestimable iil

Quigley Lumber Co.,, paint for Blair promptly killed him. lace train Silas Kite, Chief of Police. value to said drainage district We
princess
en :- home of Mrs. EfBe Katchelhoofer, 45 '
school, $71.95; H. C. Peeples, freighton find many of the tax-layers who
Wilson, of Rtosacola,.lav West Ashley street, Jacksonville, Fla., are
paint for Blair school $6.57; Pine Grove district $5.00; Ruth with lace -and velvet: .velvet; Miss Ottie Gray, robe of Sunday, March 29, the ceremony being well pleased with the results .of the

Akchua School Board, County line Sampson City, $10.00; Floy Mitchell, pink messaline sapphire satin and gold lace en train; performed by Rev. Hartnig of the drainage so far. :; Y

pupils $40.00.Warants Long Bridge, $13.00;. of blue chiffon; Mrs. Will Miss Annie Darby, white net over Lutherian church. We recommend the connecting of

drawn on sub districts for Bills drawn on Sub Disricts: ; Tampa, rose satin with pink satin flowers LaFrance roses; The house was artistically decorated the gaps as soon as possible td the 4

teachers: Louie-Belle Brown, Lawtey J. W. White & Son, and fur en train; Mrs. Miss Louise Peek.blue chiffon'drap- for the occasion and the bride was ditch from the Bushardt bay jjo the
district, for teaching, $50.00; Rhona Starke district ed model of satin Water Oak branch. 3 : s
$1.45; City Light rose crepe de chine on an exquisite ; i daintily gowned in white marquesett
McDonald, Lawtey district, for teaching Water Works, for lights and flounces of shadow lace; Miss Mabel Darby, soft white silk rattanee. I We recommend the channel n cJf__ ___.. .

$45.00; R. B. Jackson Lawtey S6.50; T. G. Griffin freight on Weeks, Alice blue satin, with touches of blue, flowers Americaa -I I All the children of" the contracting gator Creek be opened vp vest of a

district for incidentals, $19.00! R. P supplies, Starke district $2.23; cerise trimmings; Mrs. beauty roses; Miss Dorothy Mor-!t parties were present at the we ing. S. A. L R. R. trestle ai etrly as. J1

Jackson, Lawtey district, for teach- Pinholster lumber rish messaline and shadow lace : possible. .
for Br Jr., tango crepe with pink ; Mr. Underhill is one of the most : #
ing. $90.00; Elisa Schneider, Starke school" $14.84; H. G. Pigford, lace over satin; Miss Thelma Griffin, yellow tissue ere' prominent farmers of Bradford coun- Respectfully submitted

district; teaching, $60.00; Estelle Tis- work Starke school $20.00; Barbour, of Chicago, white charmeuse with touches of blue; Miss ty and Mrs. Underhill, who was form- U. D. Miner: > $

,.. on, Starke district teaching, $50.00; I Lumber Co., incidentals trimmings; Mrs. N. Emma Darby, pink flowered chiffon erly Mrs. Boaz was at one time a Jas. E. Bbefe '

;.. Lois Peek, Starke district, teaching, school $1.40; T. N. Andrews, lavender crepe; Mrs. B. draped on a model of satin with trim- resident of Starke. Wm. F. MslpliursjiI ; j

$50.00; May Tripp; Starke district,I I mission on sub districts, $11.17; red satin and chiffon; mings of black velvet; Miss Colson, Mr. and Mrs. Underhill are now at *'*)*at3; <..

teaching; $45.00; Susie Darby, Starke I I F. Malphurs, one acre land for Oliver, of Fort Lauder- pink flowered crepe de chine. home. to their:. many friends at Mr. Board adjourned to meet first:Mon. '

district teaching, $45.00; Olive Ray house, $60.00; N. B. Hull, wood brocaded crepe de chine; The following gentlemen were Underbill's farm, four miles north- day in May.

,Starke district, teaching, $45.00; Emma -' Starke school Town of Starke, Griffin, white, batise- with present: j. east'of Starke. .. i .. W.. T. Weeks, 'perk. 3 -

Darby, Starke district, teaching, on school building, $20.00. Morgan cream serge Messrs. J. E. Wilson E. L. Finlay- .. EVANGELIST HOUSE

4$45.00; Dorothy Marsh, Starke district Warrants drawn ,..on... Starke of lace;, Mrf.'J.-G. son, Wilfred Philips! Roger Wells L. HERE PREACHES f
teaching, $65.00; May McKin- Funds: satin; Mrs. S. M.. Wells" A. Jett, J. M. Darby, Harry Rivers, WRECK ON SEABOARDThe The SUNDAY. > a

: non, Lake Butler district, $50.00; F..N. Andrews, commission de chine; Miss Onie Ed Bab Gray, Joe Canova, R. A. Weeks, Eorth-boucd freight train ont Evangelist Christian Church: has employed t
Ernest
Pearl Wave, Lake Butler district, $50; Starke Board Fund, $2.24; blue charmeuse with Lather Powell, Abe Syboten, Guy the main line of the Seaboard was cently closed House, who re-

Pearl Graham, Lake Butler district, Watson, work on Starke school Chantilly lace; Miss Alvarez, 0. W. Alvarez, W. Stroad.I delayed two or three hours Tuesday in Starke a revival her, to )preach!

v \ $50.00; Leah Richerd,' Lake Butler ing, $1350; J. E. Bow, Nile green charmeuse :\. Sternberg, J. W. Morgan, B. W. | moraine' by the wrecking of two cars i, 11 o'clock and next Sunday CicrniSg at ''

district $50.00; Eva Wilson, Lake work, Starke school building, $ en train; Miss Ruth Wain- Hodges, J. M. Mitchell, W. H. Grahim -;!i one mile south of Starke. One earoe Rev. House at 7:30 Sunday eight ,

Butler district $65.00 Eva Wilson, H.. E. Loggergren, surveying L pleated satin, drapery Holden Willis, Walters, J i"l broke down and derailed the car following revival was very euccesf al in ih& .. f

0' Lake Butler district, $50.00; Clifford lot $10.00. flowers, white carna- Trcby, Ellery Davis, Capt. U. G. Turner -i| it. The wrecking gang harried friends meeting here and made,a great, :

Harrell, Lake Butler district $40.00; The treasurer reports on'the' : ; Phaler, of Gainesville, C pt. D. E. clesMajor H. M.,! to the scene and cleared away the to many know that who will be' interested ;

Bernice Strickland, Hampton, $35.00; and sub-districts were received. i de. chine with Irish lace Snow, Captain L. L.*Gregg, Dixon,'I I I'I wreckage and traffic was promptly twice on 'Easter they can hear;him agaia to,
Sunday at the
A W. F. Osteen Hampton district, $151; treasurer's books were submitted Carrie Darby, pink ac- of Neals, D. H.'Brke and C. Alvarez,. resumed. Christian Church. t

Lilie Crosby, $5.00 Marvin Connor, checked. II' charmeuse and tunic of Jacksonville; ,Doyle, of Gainesville, i .\ .

Graham district to $5.00; B. M. Bryson, F, G. Schell, Secy. and with. trimmings of black and Marcus Brown, of Lawtey. 'I Telegraph $1:50. per year. Telegraph $1.50, per year.-- -.



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THE BRADFORD' COUNTY TELEGRAPH ; :iIr

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that tU sale and EegOtiatizi of tU ...
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j bonds isssed thereunder should. cot be >;

at a < ? ??.* cor far a less sea I
' t YOUR ORDERS FOR 3-x--25 :t
HOLD than the ascent named and expressed .

in said bond, and ia any ease where A sttt.ecet bittatr"e au m eis ca e. :

AMERICAN FENCEMY the bonds were sold for an azocnt Oae: teasoocofuf d Betfc-rcr and two peals ci Vf.U r i :;

CAR OF AMERICAN FENCE WILL BE IN ABOUT APRIL 25TR : less that the amount named. and expressed -1"0-TOT: wtat 0'1r1I= feed f oatainiit. :and 3 .conga i'f"AL J'STtjCJ,!' JaLI (E. t.

AND I WILL SELL UPON DAY OF ARRIVAL therein, they were to become pounds rfairrraii-ffiade stock cr pocSry toccfpRcTs feS V)"I\Ur"" kn: ,a; '

forever abcabtery null and void. TheJosrrab : cess). There joa are I H yoi tfctftteSereit.tryitoct SIJI4.: a ; ...
1346 x 12 FENCE AT $89.00 PER MILE. CASH. cf the: Territorial. Legislature Buy, today, a ca d- Ex La ,.va KcCc51c 'p

COME IN AND LEAVE YOUR ORDER SO YOU WILL BE SURE TO BE recite that the bonds were sold below STOCK &: POULTRY

SUPPLIED. DO IT NOW. Bee Dee _
par.

s Hardware DeWitt C. Jones Lumber "1: is thus clear that tie Terri:.orialLegislature MEDICINE Kf.KciRHi.xraa.MffiYBURHAffllE: .

had to power or authority n.(_V.. f.ia-Lk.i It ar .pisri .u year Ems,

;;. to pede the faith of the Territoryfor P.tu ,
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- I A NEW POTATO DISEASE to hint cf what: in behavior mutt b* tw.s to tEe dean of S10 aad the use and bereft: of privateeorjwratkHU -
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----- I.: c tie scatters trsckir districts, the they were regarded 33 fairly! plaoaLepper 'let I and that the bonds Eea- ---
tioced here were bonds Eefslly ij-
Mttod for CoatroJ &f DiMue A1ie5 : : coT.n'xnfeis. iDONTJ.ET
seeto"Ls
1- is about old and seed u dar the Territorial GoveraEient -
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Thrtatn..l Naiat. :es. a.t.tt forty years .
t : first entangled in the net.of the cf Florida; and that they were You1Y ,
,.... ----- [potato diseases have proven more was :
'' service ia lE t1 when he cf co binding force upon the Territory
.. i.- destructive is the Western than: isEastern recret : was
'Wa.ili.gun, D. c..riI cf Florida, or the pcp thereof.
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territory. Arrested: ia Chicago and senteijced to .
potato :
t. Prradtry: scab of tfc* potato b a Esr&t : "'Xo Merest: has ever accrued to the
conviction of
fc" ..ed'f. \ Partk-kr iporta.-5ce also attachesto two yearj: upon raisirgi
pr.a dh 2ie .iith: dubte3 Stats or people from such bonds, and i INYCURPIICKETI
IHI and. it. In 1502
passing as
the ; the fact that :swine is the: one Sate
imported: poUtoe Lore quaranti' t1:. : never been recognized as
Hirasi. he arrested and Lave
f TJJTT s riooiry raesacfd.: Maine is theI Leper, : was
Ft. law went: into effect. Every pos- a binding: obligation: the Stateor
cried at I&nia Michigan and condcca-: upon
the C. S.Dpt. .I chief source cf seed potatoes for the ,
p1te effort u Uiag isa the people of Florida since the adeission .
: this Central Atlantic and Soiihern States,:, .:d to the months in the Detroit house -
r. of Agriculture to prevent:
of the State into the Urioc,
of correction. He oct cf the
and adjoins that portion of Canada kept I
inroads on wr potato I
t- diiaae making
; March 3, 1545.
all where the powedry scab is lOT most nand; cf jostice until 1S> :
cf
Lvloitry, ar.d the eoptrati i tine-year .The Territorial acts asthon'TJr.gthe
Maine shocM become under the rave cf StraHie, a | '5
If
serirs. potatoes :
_I interested in this crop U much needed I meted hen the slue of these: bords m aid of zJr"fRIF1 .
generally affected, only the most sentence out to by *
in dealing with this r.er potato
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,
: private corporations never received e
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extraordinary efforts can check thespread United States court at Atlanta, Ga. "
malady. The Dfepartetst U iasaing tLa sanction of Congress, eonseqoert7 d !
On his release he arrested
scab was at .
of powdery to nearly
bulktia (N'o. 82j entitled "PowderyScab -- c/ s
a other state. the doors cf the penitentiary and 7 TD illegally issrcd; and
which thoroughly every
cf P&Utoe,
teirg 2ksnily issued, and never
taken N. Y. where
to BmgLaznpton ,
all the As yet oa method of controlling this
dii and gives
expUi&i the ai* taL2f been cccfuraed or assumed! as
disease, when it ccce gets in the sod, there was a case against hin. He
available at the
practical advice present an obligation by the State after i.iA"I1"rion .
control has been t6 :r.d. The new bulletin of pleaded guilty, and was extended J
regarding: its into the Union it is co
;
the the Department relates the results of clemency and released on the score
doe not attack I
Powdery Scab repudiation for the State to fail or
of his and his
certain which interesting long imprisonment
experiments are
of the potato Tina above the refuse "
portion promise to be law-abidicg in f store. to pay them. ; i
disease cf but: they are cf such a preliminary I I )
It i primarily a
ground. At the conclusion of his article
nature that farther study will Bat within a year he was arrestedin I II
which develops U I
the tubers, Judge Whitfeld and
young very properly
Boston and sect back to Atlanta
be: required before they can be recom- [ f
disease
The I
in the grooEd.
they mature truthfully states that "the State of
for J
mewfed. The best advice that can be prison two years more.
small slightly
is by Florida has i
apparent never repudiated scaled
raised pimples and a slight diseororati&a given a farmer whose fields have produced I While still in the penitentiary the 1 readjusted, defaulted or delayed the oa the young man who is ImrJiirg tie KS.&* at both ends f
United States grand jury at Baltimore IMPRESS
cf the surface. When eat open, a crop infected with powderyscab : returned: irdictmect against him. payment of any part of her public is spending his big salary as fait as kt sates it the VALUE if

infected area appears faintly is this: Don't grow potatoes for I either BLAB ACCOTTHT. Start him tie BIGHT ROAD
the On his release last he debt principal or interest. OF A oa today.If i
October
,
several en a piece of land that was .
and extends from approximately years I': The total bonded debt of the will the ef his '
purplish has produced a infected with this 'taken to Baltimore and arranged. Stateis he is not hopeless he at once see error 5'111The opening I

the outermost cells cf the crop II His promise to be good backed by only $501,567.00, aU of which is of a hank account has put a stop to many a youth's wild desire to be ;i

tuber toward the deeper layers. disease. held by the Educational Funds of the
several men who believed in his a HIGH FLIES.
The powdery icab" f oagtti, if conditions It is not yet: known how many years i: professions .State, every warrant issued is at par i
of reform him release.r
the fungus live in the soil but won ) .... '
eat large may
are favorable, may "I upon presentation and I feel no hesitancy .i'y

cavities into the immature potatoes. its nature suggests that it can prot.ab-I i+ tt4 + tt + 4ttft + t + t: in making the assertion that no '

Betides consuming parts cf the: ly live for several years. '+ +l State in the Union is in better condi- We solicit
It is well known that second hand your account.
their further growth tion
than Florida.
:a tubers it stusta + TREASURER'S STATEMENT +1 financially

and causes them to be deformed. tacks barrels, and boxes are often 1: f fffff4tff Very respectfully,

.i Last spring the Department imported -' used in marketing potatoes. + f + tt44 + t J. C. Losing, State Treasurer. BANK OF STARKE

from Scotland Seed potatoes shipped from the .
18 varieties of potatoes I notice an article being published
Northern States to be in the
for seed purposes. All were grown generally in the stating that FICKLE FORTUNE. :
press Matthews Pres. Ted H.
E. S. Cashier.
Halligan
either in sacks
South are or
put
found to be infected with powdery,'.I up British bondholders hold bonds of nine i

scab and had to be condemned. Nine barrels. European potatoes coming Southern States to the amount cf Romanes of a Discredited Gold and f,
from England to this country are shipped in l,&-tb Mine. ----. --
varieties were imported II $75,000&GO, not inchtudirjg interest, Copper
for similar purposes and were all infected gunny sacks. In some of the Western which have been in default from When the great mineral wealth cf I

in the same manner. The disease States similar sacks, but holding 120 forty to seventy years. this nation has been finally developeda
t
from to 150 pounds, are used.: These"sacks chronicler will write the "American
< has been found and on potatoes Sweden. On cost from 12 to 16 cents each depending Among the list of these states named Arabian' tights of Yinin:;." One of J. R. DAVIS & CO. t

Belgium, Norway their quality and whether as defaulting on its bonds is the the t.a.es.:1: cf which will be true will
heath-South
the potato's native upon State of which is .J
Florida charged run somewhat as follows: 1
they are new or secondhand. Sacks .
found
: America, the disease has been with having defaulted on 17,000,000 Once upon a time there was a poor t

.. It was reported in several provinces of of good quality can be used many of bonds. man of the name of Billy Harris who

times and this has come to be common 11\"l41 at Spokane. Wash. He
was a
Canada in 1913. Should
this statement be allowedto
INSURANCESTARKE
From Canada the disease: has made practice. In both New York and pan without a fall explanationas bOf.emaDamon? other miscellaneousactiritiew. i

the border into Boston there are firms that act as and bad 4<-q ire-l a considerable -
some headway across to the facts cf the issue of these
I Mock of Ito L: in a certain Leroi
clearing houses for potato sacks, buying -
northern Maine. This is the Ole placewhere .
$7,000,000 of bonds it is calaculated
Mining company, having taken most of v
sacks from
there U real danger at present secondhand anyone to work great injury to the: State inthe it in payment from those who owed j,

.: from the infection, but active measures ; who may wish to sell them and slipping minds of financiers, both in the him money and who bad LO other assets I = = FLORIDA

being taken to drive out the them to potato dealers either' more tangible This start had
are I press generally, and especially of this I
disease and to prevent the shipment north or south. It may happen there I State publish the following extract kicL.d: abut without a "pOc..jr fur I I .

of diseased potatoes to other sections. fore, that sacks that have previously j: from two year< and was niQ.iiv! ,. quoted at 'I' a
a statement: prepared by Judge
contained diseased tubers coming from i around 10 cents a share. I
The seriousness of they powdery James B. Whitfield of the
Supreme
.
I : One dar a friend rarae slung with ahandome -- ---- --- x
the following European or ebe..hereill! be used
'scab may te,realized. from Court of Honda in 1907, with refer-I -ta'Iiox and Billy looked up-
conservative for shipping select seed from the !.
statement by a ence to this matter, which shows clear- on the animal with ert'f'tous ejes Dickering .

Canadian scientist: North to *the So th. I I i Ily! that the bonds referred to arei I I Lean and ended by his paving ----- .._---- __t _
There is considerable chance cf
"The disease should by no meats potato i neither legal nor moral obligations of over$;*J-.M>of the st x-k for the stallion

be regarded lightly. Severe attacks diseases being spread by means the State. I The seller on sober reflection became International Harvester

I cf old sacks. Secondhand barrels may dissntL"i with his bargain and
: when are planted year
occur potatoes "Florida was admitted into the : I If
infected land. Where also communicate these diseases. The" f I broupnt: snit to recover the hor e. lie I
after year on Union March 3 1345. Farm
as a State
I Wagons
won and emywith a fish took back
this is practiced the result will be question arises as to how this spreadof .
i "The Bonds herein referred to were x
: his stock and bade the animal a fond t
disease can be prevented and of
potatoes hardly superior in quality I all issued in 1835 and 1838 when Florida farewell I II

to those badly affected with the canker. by using only new sacks. But this was a Territory."The Eighteen months later Billy sold the I ,
1ii
This fact is worthy of notice; especially would increase to some extent the cost I Act of Congress 'to amendan I same stork for $2A).(%<) and the remainder j

since, as in the case of canker, no cf potatoes and bring about the accumulation -, act for the establishment of a I of his holdings: for as much 1 ---r

"' measures have proved of of large quantities of old again. The Leroi n'ne: was taken over "
preventative Territorial Government in Florida: :
"n much value." sacks. It seems very likely that some I I by Whitaker Wright and an English ,
approved March 3d 1823, by section
and $40.000.1 in
syndicate produced
means of sterilizing old sacks could
other injury
scab
kind cf or
Any 6 provides, 'that all bills to tax the
be into gold and copper. It is not on record 1 ast
defaces the potato tuber put practice which would make I -
that mars or inhabitants of said Territory or their what the original owner 0: the stallion
the them fully as harmless as agents in
is a more serious handicap in property shall before they become said or thought-and perhaps it is just
than in those of disseminating diseases as new sacks. 1
markets JournaL
American laws, receive the sanction of Cong- as well.-Wall Street
'some European countries, due to the This could probably best be carried !
ress; except when said bills shall
,fact that consumers abroad offer fewer out by firms dealing in sacks. Iteeema authorize Example of British Humor
county, city or town ofEcers
objections to scabby potatoes than probable that subjecting the The late Lord Salisbury bad a pretty
to collect taxes for the use and benefit
in the United States. Thereis sacks to steam sterilization for sever wiLt the besinuin;: of the South

consumers belief prevalent abroad that al hours at a pressure of 15 to 20 of their respective counties, cities and African war both his private secretaries TLeIHCli : the Weber
even a : towns, and for other purposes. volunteered and they were fol- FOR many years wagon
pounds would render them free from QADI AJTOHlI
scabbiness is an indication of superiors "The Territorial Legislature or lowed. says the London Express by .lUCHIXOtltifnmn been accepted as the standard

i quality. In the United States, when noxious diseases without increasingtheir Council of Florida in 1831 and 1835, the Duke of Norfolk who asked to be 'I; of wagon value everywhere. No model of

potatoes are put on the market scab- cost to any appreciable extent authorized the above mentioned bondsto allowed to resign; his post of postmaster :::.- the Weber wagon was ever so good as the

by potatoes must be sorted out, and course, the solution is a simple oneCOUNTERFEITER be issued, signed by the Governorand general and go to the front "1 1914 model now on the market.

-- therefore are of no use except for I Treasurer of the Territory to be suppose you may." said Lord Salisbury JJuta COM* The Columbus wagon this year is the equal of the
IN TOILS "but 1 do hope <'ross"on't wantto
Weber
in
stock feed or the manufacture of c.m.ip wagon every way; where quality and
used in the aid of certain banks and go." Lord Crtx wa then lord E-s.i, c.me. features are concerned, the Weber and Columbus
Maine the price of scabby
starch.In His Specialty Was Raising Denomination other corporations, but the sanctionof privy seal and was nearly eighty! Mme. wagons are twins. One good feature common to

t potatoes in the autumn of 1913 was I of Bills. Congress to these Territorial acts .., s.n..Too both is the International fcfth wheel, mating these

50 cents per barrel while clean stock was never obtained. They Learn Early. t,, The Only fifth Wheel Farm Wagons oa the Market

:t : brought $1.50 per barrel I Ii Washington, D.C., March 30. "Grave doubts were entertained Bessie was sitting on the hotel veranda 0iI CEHUALUHEKwt The International fifth wheel prevents the pulling

i : In the country as a whole, hundreds "George Baxter" arrested on a chargeof the time of, as well as after the pas one afternoon wben another o.a Tnden np or pitching of the bolster,and therefore does away

of thousands of bushels of potatoes passing bad money in Marianna sage of these Territorial acts child. gaudily dressed bean to paradeup CnuStmnUa Strain forever. with bent and broken king pins and circle
as to and down before her. ber ,_ irons. This one feature is worth to town.
flirting w a trip>>
left in the fields because they are
are Florida, is believed by secret service the power of the Territorial Legislature fan and swishing her skirts airily. LW4r Go to the I H C local deal r who handles Weber

'4 too scabby to market. There are agents of the Treasury Department to or Council to pass them, and it is Bessie stood it as long as she could. or Columbus wagons and ask him to.show you the

frequent instances .in the New York be Hiram Lepper, alias Charles Stral- said that the Secretary of the Terri- but finally burst out: ,...CriUtra fifth wheel on these wagons. :If yon&):1't know who
Ir I W.&.fa, nandles them wnte to a.d'e will tell where
markets, according to potato dealers,i lie, over whom a suspended indictment tory was so impressed with the irregularity "Dre<;"e5 an" fans does not make I ...,.,. you may see them. us : you

,r where carload consignments are rejected -! is hanging for passing ladies""Bnt .
I a one- and illegality of these aet5. I
-! because of the presence of j r,dollar: bill raised by him to a ten- that he refused to attach the Territorial they helps.! the other flung mpanYOf Aierica &
l When the: back over ber shoulder! as she sauntered DlntematiCnalHarv fWnonl f&tt
scabby
numerous potatoes. dollar bill
( on a lodging house in Washington seal to these bonds, and that I '
1 soil becomes infested with .scab its'! and a number of similarly the seal was affixed to them by another away -Delineator I II I Fla.
# value land materially de 1r Watkr. : Osboiie slave
,. as potato raised bills in Baltimore. person under the direction of the Sourceof His Love. '
predates. This i3 especially true in'' Lepper has criminal ____ __ -. --
a career of Governor of the Territory. "Do you like: your new mamma Harry h ..
-- - --- .
; sections where potatoes constitute the twelve years as a maker and passerof "T> Territorial Legislature or Council r ._ '..o

I"i.; ,' chief crop. bad money on record including at a session on January 2Cd, 1S42, Tes; I like ter awful ranch.

: ;. In addition to the fact'that potatoes several terms in prison and a numberof I by a vote of 19 to 4 adopted the focving !- That fs ck-e. Do you like fier be- Felix (th- Cats. Senna. -

ru; : affected with powdery scab are probably releases (anse she' is pretty T alley cat-Don't It ret P"nII F11d,,
oa premises to be good in ? resolutions .. your back ? The ejpi\rtHl from
." .. to* the American "Xo 1 like her 'cause<< I broke her up( Scum the home cab } _rowifC! slid: it-,
,.t I less acceptable future. I 'Resolved, That the Territorial J -What? Felnearinthem ptbt'n'd nom snntlthe i ;
i nlet'St'a'e yesterday and she '
;r a than to the European consumer, there The,bill passed in Washington, say Legislature does not possess the right on the maid."-Judge.: blamedit dames call each other eats-Kani'-. An,!tw Kzvtjan: :o"lIlfIIIIIUd thesea _

,. is also the probability that American Ole secret service officials, was given I nor was it ever vestedvith authority 1 1tl i City Star.Luck.W' district s,4 .\ .a .ai.fc .

'1 Y. varieties of potatoes may prove more to the proprietor of a roomirj houseat ) pledge the faith of the Territory Getting It All. -. .
/
'
1 I susceptible in a new environment than -1st and B streets southeast This so as to render the citizens of the II "What can 1 bringyou today, sir?" relics! !!; ... 3W whlqtl L"I'{ nl'.!!"".,,.;... arc 1"31/Hy.tk.:.. wut'-iw'wursi : ,'!

s in an old one. The varied climatic and was Lepper's favorite method of passing Territory responsible for the debts''' "I hardly know. The doctor says I. Richard fin rr.d... r.re. labor 00 eh:1rat'tt'r.. I.: 1..1',", 111:!4 It.Ito h1"1 ;"" ';

soil conditions"of several. our States bad money offering a raised bill and elga enest3 of any corporation must have carbohydrates and proteids. 'Do wilt"," 14- .L., ::11 1',11" 10S ,.,

offer a wider range for the new potato in payment for a cheap night's lodging chartered by said Territorial Legi1ai: i and I."want somethinj"nitrogenous: ItWnk Not Much' ef a Spsrt.as ; "'UI'I 1t1. ..II ;

malady The brief experience with and disappearing with the ture.' Ten ,.,?!.,. !:.theca in ..i't.'t"t" n =
change.I I I "Yes. 'ir. flow shunt *n order of
r this disease in Eastern Canada gives His practices was to raise "These Territorial acts provided i* M\h?''- 'itt l.urr& Pot, I 9 ,tbt.tUl-t'tPt is Iirp to qu H;l a-. h:1pdp wi.ttIt
t a ;time.- .:idljS'm Ctilr.: >. !!:! Ii-t..;.-. t..r, .

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Ii;. THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I

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I decessors, they do so with a keen BREAKING ICE BARRIERS. I' .


! r knowledge of the great responsibilities Dynamite and Little Tugs Lad the J JI
thafdevolve 'upon them.: The.. You Have Nasal Catarrh

. tITANEWS Herald extends its heartiest con Assault ...the Greet Lakes

Herald. Up on our treat lake winter holds

gratnlations.-Miami those waters in a stiffened grip for Not Very Bad, But .. 1 F.

I Several business men of Orlando several months substantially patting

have been stung again by an itinerant an end to well nigh all traffic, but eYeD It Bothers You Good

Things That Are Happening In Florida as Told advertising solicitor, in spite of the so, it Is the mission of certain of the a .real
big car ferry lteamm to maintain I
By Our Exchanges. Sentinel's warnings against such something of an approximate schedule. f

J1 agents. A few days ago a person However, every now and then the Some people have nasal catarrh .He recalls the fact that/,.he mores

appeared at the office of Dr. J. F. gathering Ice packs catch and bold and know It Not only the patient some now whereas he did not previously

I McKinnon, superintendent of public them despite the best the steamers can knows It but an of his friends know "I'

I j Approximately 18,500 carloads of valuable fruits, little known in Am- instruction, and secured from him a do and It Is only by using dynamite it Many people know It that are not !. Sub cute nasal i catarA! Or, we '
.. his friends. Just those people who might call it incipient m sal catarrh.
He will them all that they then succeed In breaking
of erica. give a
citrus fruit have been shipped out of blank of the kind
copy a report happen to meet him in the street car Or, still better. nasal cata Th just be.
qe state so far in the 1913-14 sea- thorough try-out in Pinellas, and used to report to parents the class through these frigid barriers. Occasionally or on the public square. ginning and becoming cl "O&lc. .

sn. That, it is estimated by promi- thinks he will be able materially standing and general average of pu- tween titanic It is forces a veritable and It takes battle cour-be- That sort of a nasal catarrh need Now is the time tot e Peruna 0 r

increase the variety of fruits for not be described. Everybody knows A little Peruna Will do (wonders at
is about 90 cento
n : producers, per pils in the public schools. The solic- age for officers and crew to maintainthe
tnt this stage of the
the d1sease. 'Snuff a lit-
symptoms without their
well for home disgust
the crop. The 18,500 carloads market as as consump- itor went out armed with this copy struggle. Success is not alwaysthe ing recital < tle weak salt water every! morningsee

represent aproximately 6.125.COO boxes tion. His experiment will be watched from the superintendent's office and fruit of these strenuous efforts. Perona helps such ( "Els of Llfe/ sent tree by Pe-

of fruit. with interest, and his enterprise will began soliciting advertisements to be because it is still fresh in the mindsof Thousands have attested cases to every this day.fact rune Co. Colunbus, Ohio), Just

be a great advantage to this section printed on a card to contain the report many how gallant Captain McLeod unsolicited. Peruna benefits even the enough to clear oat the nose. Take
Tallahassee is to have a canning and thirty others perished aboard the a dose of Fenm.before'; breakfast r
: as he will at all times and free of blank the idea being to'furnish worst cases of old nasal catarrh.
,
Hold in the
it mt.Ith. ftt It trickle 9
factory, Mr. Ben Fhipps having.given charge give advice and informationin the cards free for use in the schools, Marquette when that ship founderedIn But there are cases of nasal ca. down slowly and breath. ?.the fumesof

assurance to the Board of Trade of regard to the growing of fruits to allowing the advertiser the privilegeof December, 1909. tarrh, not so evident. One nostril is it out through-!. the Jjose, as youswallow ,
What If he
strikes one most forcibly, stopped -
The
today. other
nostril Is
'
that city that he will put a factory, ifc
up of him.
who inquire -TarponCor.
any may paying for them. The business men has seen winter conditions upon the stopped tomorrow. Cannot breathe This will '
stop aa Inclf tent case of
tdking all the stock himself if no one
to Tampa Tribune. were easy and readily gave up five great lakes is the manner in which freely through the nostrils. Easy to nasal catarrh in a Stopit

efce wishes to subscribe. He expects i dollars each for space on the cards. little tugs are used to break a passage sneeze. Mucus In the nose too thick. entirely. The rew4eeks. clear
td make contracts with growers to After, a long :and patient wait by a I I clear for large steamers when their big Sometimes forms brownish lumps. again. The breath ; The

:supply the vegetables, beginning on terpe'number of fishermen, the blue- The cards were delivered to the superintendent's kin are quite incapable of working Catch cold easily. Never quite free breathing free. No morej snoring1 or
office and there they will of a cold. These
describea
tomatoes. fish have:become active in this sec- their own way through the Ice. not symptoms snuffling or sniffling, if catching
in remain until they are dumped into their bulk and case of subacute nasal catarrh. cold easily. All ot the ,'things are
withstanding
tion and are now, being caught, greater Many people have It, and some who ,
I Dayton! on Tuesday of last week; large quantities. It is claimed by the ash barrel The superintendentsays far more powerful engines. The secret would not admit the/ have nasal ca- in:An the past < s< *
of and
have ,
army men i
omen
carried by a vote of 162 to 68 a bond those in position to know, that these he would not think of recom- lies in the fact that the tugs are able tarrh. been benefited by Peruna. !You might ;

issue for sewerage and drainage in II valuable fish will continue to bite in mending the use of them in the to roll about after poking their noses He knows he must blow his nose as well become one oft e benefited *

the sum of 175000. It is hoped tohave I these \vat3rs for the next six weeks, schools. So where will the five dol- into the floe and in this manner they freely. He remembers that he does ones as to allow K to on any
attack the ice in direction where it
a not breathe easily through the nose. further 'to
the intalled before lars each of the merchants land? In
new system I and that much money can be realized is least capable of offering effective ____ __ J
tire beginning of the next tourist sea- j I I I the ash barrel. A rather amusing
I from their sale daring this time. To resistance. Instead of assaulting: the '.

sen. A bor.d election will be held on give the public an idea of the number!!'I feature of this'incident is the fact ice edge on where it is supported If Some Men. '

:May 5th upon the question of issuing of fich Leirg caught, we give the :! that among the advertisers is a merchant -:i, hundreds of yards-if not. indeed b\ A sense of humor is about all the I SOWING AND R APING. .

'$50,000 in bonds for public school im who not long ago directed the several miles! of solid pic-k-the: small: sense some men have and even that'suuusense.Lippineott's.
sMoments by mil, made hers last Sow seed sand 4a a
\ a y reap
attention of the Sentinel to a similar craft bear down upon a thitkiii'S'! of so
provements. Tuec sow reap
imposition that had been worked many inclu%. rein by shirr weight: and He Had Fingers. ;

'The Florida Press Aassociation is morning' train, two cars; 87,000 the bu iness men of the town by upon an- i the rapid shifting of thN by a roikius Wife in city botel. as the sugar Is : character; sow'a; aster and "
pounds; Wednesday: afternoon train, motion tie\' force it ;iMuder. a desdnv.-c. t Deems. '
tj 'meet in its thirty-fifth session at other traveling salesman. He wanted passedi-Cse the tonss. William. Bill | you reap
1, eO pounds Thursday morning, two The I.i- steamers upon the great
Fort April 23-25. ; (from the rounuyt-'TIlfn.t ot Is iU-I
Myers, Unusual
cars,, 94,500; poards; total, 188,700 the Sentinel to perpetuate a "trade at I )akl'.. I"HUM Lilly the !are car ferries. ; London TicBits.Cheerfulness Horse'\Sense.!
interest attaches to, this meeting by home" article on the subject, and the I could d,> this! very tiling for '
Ii horse
pounds. ibis represents less than I I Willie Pa, wheel, has min<
reason of the fact that Vice-President : Sentinel did. The difference between i! and di it np-w mater : thl'mSel\'es.I' Pa Wheu he cat "Nay,"
J ,
two days' shipments and since that I Is the daughter of em- sense say
Thos. R. Marshall is to be present time the catches and have |i that p>3ce of business and this is that 1 could le ;." \'tOU the needful iloymeut-Dr. Uorue. I my sou.-Ciouiiiritf Knquirer.
shipments ,
'deliver !* tion. but the difficulty; lies in finding' 3 I
.and the principal address on : the merchant in question was hit that a
increased, but the exact amount could -
the 23rd.: An extensive pleasure trip i i time and he felt it. This time the: a way to effect -Technical World
not be aseel bined. Boats are being i MagazineTopularity:, I
down the East Coast is planned to j Sentinel and every other newspaper ,
added to the fishing fleet each day and
follow the close of the convention. j in town is hit, but the merchant didn't fiCKle. $ I
within the next week it is believed'
.
see it that way and helped the fellow is very fickle," exclaimed -
For the past few weeks shrimp that the amount of daily catches will WhenYou Want I
I the offhand orator. }
get away with a neat sum without
have been caught here in great quantities at least double. This improvement in I'I What's the trouble?' I .
rendering equi lent whatever. H
but the market has taken sucha the fishing line has given a great any "E\"ery time 1 get a crowd Interested ,:
Funny old world, isn't it?Orlando
slump that the fishermen can hard- impetus tojbusiness generally, and we in my remarks an automobile tire I I

lyipay expenses from the big: catches hope 'io see much livelier times in Sentinel. blows out and the audience" rushes off A Horse A Mute |f

that are made. The price started at Fernandina during at least the spring The worst conflagration in the his- to see what the matter is. -Washing ,

$3.00'per bushel on the local market, months.-Fernandina NewsRecord."The tory of.St. Augustine, and one of the ton Star. !r

.but to-day 75 cents is the most that greatest in the State, visited that city Wonderful Mouse.
State" is the name of a new A A Wagoit
can be realized by the fishermen.At early Thursday morning, starting "011. mamma" exclaimed small Buggy .
weekly which began publica- I
r these figures many have quit the tion in Jacksonville paper last week. A. K. shortly after 1 o'clock. For nearlyfive Willie Tm sure there Is a great big I -h.. (. tr

business, and gone into other kinds of hours the fire raged, and the mouse In my bedroom I n
Taylor, the well known cartoonist is "
Fernandina News-Record. "Did you see It, dear she asked. 1
fishing. will exceed
damage wrought $750,000.The
t business manager and W. Bryan Mack; "Xo. I didn't see the mouse." replied A Set of Harness i
fire, of unknown origin, started in ;
fine luck is reported today from formerly of the Pensacola Journal, Willie, "but 1 beard It wagging Its -
the Florida House of the large
one *
I the yacht Francis, Capt. Med R. Kel- is editor. The first issue is an excellent tail"-Chicago News. I ICome'
winter hotels, and soon reduced it to
lam: in Barnes sound a-fishing for one and we trust that "The I
ashes, communicating to adjacent !
'ta! on. The game fish are striking I State" newspaper may do much good Only Ont She'd Heard Of. to See Us I
buildings and soon the entire block,
well and Walter S. Hoyt and A. R. for the State of Florida. I Fogg reports that be overheard this I
bounded by Charlotte, Treasury, Hy- In the book department of one of our
Fort
Fish, well known New York sports Myerso-Thomas A. Edison,
polita, St George streets and the bay big stores: We buy in car lots and give our cusi i
men have each enjoyed the sport of who has been on a vacation here for '
front was burned. Included in 'ustumer-Have you Arnold's poems? tomers the benefit of the lowest prices j .
landing them. Mr. Hoyt hooked one four weeks, can't stand the "exhaustion" .4 E
area were the Munson House, Mag.l I Salesgirl (turning to head of department jT
;weighing 56 pounds and Hoyt nego- of taking a rest. He has writ- ,
HelI
nolia hotel, Clairmont hotel, as well as )-Miss Simpson bare we )*-
tiated one that tipped the scales at ten to his secretary William H.
the residences of W. E. Lyon J. B.'I diet Arnold's poems?-Boston Transcript -
ninety-five pounds. The party reports Meadowcroft, of West Orange, N. J., I !
Puller, the Mickler residence, and a Jis JlfV
general flOod time all the way that he's "all tired out" and "longsfor score of others. Among the business I I ANDRES&S6Mf

around, and expects to gain a wealthof the laboratory." He says he will houses the Disappointed.

fishing experience under the direction go home next week, although Mrs. reported destroyed was I I "1 went to hear '11 TrovatoreT lastBight" Y
saloon of Colee and Capo, with the i
of Capt. Kellum before returningto Edison is trying to force him to stay 4
fire rapidly communicating to other .
Miami.-Miami Metropolis. in the south. With him when he (I "Fine opera' !" V
returns !
houses on St George street Other I I '"Oil, shucks man the band organs Starke Florida <
will a unique collection ,
go of fumi- have been them tones for ilf
Jesse Burtz, noted throughout business places burned was the playing

Florida as "the .man who never phonographic records. Mr. Edisonis ture house of R H. Catchell as wellas years! l iwogntaed 'em all.-Wtt win'UtrUutnsinn.n1I!
a bird-lover, as well his 1
as
sleeps", is asleep now-in the last com- the Bennett Shoe Company and a. bnrgb Post ..4tl
panions on his vacation-Henry Ford
and endless slumber. This energeticand number of others. The courthouse,I!
the automobile man, and John Bur-
able newspaper man died Tuesdayat an immense frame building, was also
roughs, the aged naturalist Several -
Gainesville and a busy career was burned, together with the residences I
weeks ago they set out in the under-
ended. It is Florida's loss. Mr. Burtz of Clarence'O'Hara, Mr. Beardsley

had been engaged in newspaper work brush of the Florida Everglades a IUd a number of others, the names of THE LAST
number
of machines which could be
and allied interests for many years inthis whom were impossible to ascertain.St aj
set in motion by button
push
a mile
State. His sunny disposition and a Augustine at the time of the fire j
away. These for the J
were of
optimistic spirit pervaded all his purpose was crowded with winter visitors, the

work and made him 'a popular and birds.catching The the'experiment songs of the shy swamp hotels which were burnt being crowded Georgia Sunshine Corn Whiskey i j .

t efficient colaborer in all undertakingsin was success- with guests, who fled for their lives
ful and & of bird
which he engaged. The Tribune scores strange songs saving little of their valuables
very

has printed much of Mr. Burtz's help. were obtaintd.-ttetropolis. beginning in the Florida House, the That Will Ever be Offered for Sale 1 j't ,

literature, and joins with the press': The selection of W. H. Beardsley as fire, fanned by a breeze whipping in

of the State generally in deploring' president of the Florida East Coast from the bay, spread with incredible Bottled in Bond 5 Years old. : .

his removal from a field in which Railway Company and the Florida rapidity, the guests escaping to the I s.

he had done so much of good.-Tampa East Coast Hotel streets in their night clothes. The ---.
System can mean .
Tribune. but one thing; that the best adaptedand St Augustine fire' department responded THIS TELLS THE TALE i i '

Allen Ford, who was, arrested in qualified man among the officialsof promptly when the alarm I
the system has been chosen. Long was given, but the wind, together YOUR Florida Tuna-Uaion Sandty'; March,
Lake Butler several weeks YOURLAST, :
ago on a 9, 1914. ,I
of association with the late with the fact that the buildings in the
charge of enticing from her years
home in Live Oak, a away girl under six. lamented H. M. Flagler a close re- path of the flames were mostly of LAST CHAS. BLUM CO. ,
frame construction made their task BUYS LAST OF '
teen of last lation with all of his business affairs
years. age, escaped Friday of combating the flames extremely CHANCE CHANCEBuy
night from the county jail and is and a keen knowledge of railroading, GEORGIA CORN

still at liberty. He made his 'escape make Mr. Beardsley the right man in difficult The citizens of St Augustine WHISKEY DEAL RUNNING INTO j i.
also turned out en masse and
by sawing off the bolts that fastened the right place. Thoroughly acquainted 'THOUSANDS HADE t

an iron door on the inside of the cell with the affairs of the Florida went nremen.valiantly me nre to soon work.assisting. into.the. I Buy It Total of 2,150 Cases in Storage There I', ; I
developed -
'window with a spring taken from a East Coast Railroad and the Florida Since Prohibition Law of 1907
the Case
the
and it that Case4FuUQuaits
Waterbury watch. After accomplishing East Coast Hotel System from their a conflagration was seen By By

outside assistance would be, needed.A One of die deals that bas r
this task, which Ford and his inception through years of develop- Urged n whiskey ,
ment and advancement Mr. long distance call to Jacksonville ever bees made in the South wu f"" imni>tfiiyoterday
Beardsley
cell ,
mate Peter
Goodman
had probably ; : asked for the aid of the fire depart- Full by the Outlet Blum Company, well
4
been working at for some time, assumes his duties under the most Quarts uown wKoleule( whokey dealer They cloned :s-,
ments there. Fire Chief Thomas W.
about 1 favorable auspices, auspices that will contract the entire of the
sixteen brick were pried out I a baying output large
from under the window. After Ford enable him to push to that end the Haney with one motor truck and one $4. 00 dutiUety: b Georgia. The deal calb for the m. $4. 00

objects that were the lifetime aim of engine, manned by full crews, left me ate defray of 2.1 SO cues of Georgia Sunshine _
got out Goodman
attempted to follow
bottled k bond whiskey. I
immediately on a special train for '
but the hole was too small for Mr. Flagler and Mr. Parrott What Thais die last lot of con whiskey 'iJw .u''

him to get through and after getting changes, if any will be made in the the scene of the fire. Several times 12 Full Quart made m the State of Georgia before k went dry 12 Full Quart

policy or plans of the road not during the past years the town has and in fact is said to be the balance of the com
partly through he are
vas unable to get Case that left in the State of Case
been visited by disastrous fires. It $10.50Express whiskey was Georgian $10.50Express
out back known, but it is reasonable to ':
or and was found in that pre- any efc&Uery since that state voted for prolsbi ias.
is known that several old and historical ,
position by the sheriff and a deputy. sume that the same policy of enter- Arrangements are being made to bong this ;:

prise and progress, having in view buildings and houses were whiskey which will take several railroad cars to =:

Fred Lapp, a native of Germany, the interests and welfare of tae public located in the path of the fire and Prepaid handle, to this city at once, and will be offered to PrepaidIt
but also ,the trade b, this wefl known firm.
for -
they Palatka ,
some years a resident of at all times, will be continued, or were destroyed.- d

Baltimore, Md., has purchased land enlarged, if that be possible. The Times-Herald.

from the Tampa and Tarpon Springs other officers and directors of the is telling fait, 10 you had,better send your order at 'once. First Come, First

Land Company and will establish road chosen Not Animals. .
an at the meeting in St. '
experiment farm for growing, rare Augustine Tuesday are also men with. The negro teamster,had been arrest Served. GET A CASE WHILE IT LASTS.: AU order shipped, received .
plants ed for using his whip too freely on the
and
fruits
with a veiw to introducing years of experience in railroading,
public street
CHAS. BLUM CO.
new varieties in this sec- and like Mr.
Beardsley have long been "You are charged with cruelty to ani-

tion. Mr. Lapp is a scientific growerof identified with the interests of the mals" said the Judge. "How do you '

fruits, vegetables and flowers. He I II Florida East Coast Railway and its pleads The Largest and Oldest Mail Order House In The. South

has recently returned from I' --Why. ledge" answered the prisoner."I
an extended connections. Their best efforts in its
visit to India and has brought behalf be wa'n't crool to no animlles. Them JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA :s,
can assured. And in takingup ,
with him beasts dat I wuz lickln' war mewls. th.
many varieties of rare and the duties laid down by their pre- Buffalo Express.

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T t i.- Lad>R, will fs m t rrr-tee I 4 -.
dtraofiwat the state and brat: riirs Crr..c m4. the ems j ::- tae rama'as pas st!S.e twos ran-a fa6taa s: : *' :;
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tomb have for thewhole tout& a,. r.\ : iff
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_- ear arid bier lids thaw hayotle nx CDLLTh- t
i r _, 1: aed wjoently a&iot erta g: r Ioener aQ.or aa C en.ii.. atyg, rJj vilk fa Tamps flitslit :. wM'S"." '
rh6fi ; sttd'feRQeos ? esra= Since tfm* bsgao Q: I fAIr !eel.a's a a. GIICa IlL c.il .' ;
tvru itr k and :Jftei'jxXr; 3fenSB '.L .|
t awxten vsmaw&eD ferilfcig3tr } BosLes eastsL-alts .rte a. d 3tartfLt 'fS
fet1aI aattrr lit dW peerwtot e3 tb feel du. die iefaat of lilt r a iC'a. 'ivfce It 1e oeevent r
I aerBeii fl:
it* dwtr- use i1L1 maintained that .sr db .+.at wattof t>s. fsathffalLa is to Cedar rr" r
aE 31ai6r.iimfi : % ; 1 eadi tart the o at lfSeshs 1 -z.DtlttL. w t., ". n rsrt1laUyI "I'lvieas
'lr < :i&wmtfxaice s Sewer paper pwwitle.aar joe at 2tariK J: l 1tttt.
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iF tf L ".rt.fi et rAW' .tr. btraer ,viF war weJTsanitary tlgt jatas af life and: happiness ta al who{: Fog -a CAL f'alE 3iouC East?*, toiL Jaefcaowiney fee 2 "n

at JtMm.f, .. rfnf- 1t4faKSl.treta.7altsger : !* SrpTTf setta4gg3y viE ester t:2Ieftm- l'M.tiIaII'J" J."* j LI-. & .
aq far the oCee rf! Teas CiUieacaurr -_ Srtri # &
: miip9 *i Title the necta" feed Cramty ecsnts a for 7.aaears t. Y4bmpa t* JadewnvJIe, dGep. : ,

to __,, 'J.---f : is 'iaaw as* ataatig east esq I I'k 3n Jus' Js- e9'erl 3iGIU&. fl
-M7 apparataa,make bluer ea- 1 ea Christ lives, we abaT live. a.re .cdw exeoea &_ I>iea$ pso.Rw 3r 3ruk ;;;k r .

Stave.BfvW1 w.;rt6ay'A t1t If.IT' 'ional reaoit pownbl I& erea with This is die Joy af gaarrr and rffy is ant etticet iftYO.- it eaeor 1 I. Cedar Key ta Jaducnv3v!. C+.irtetiaa3 i1
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-- Lie same aaderpatd tea How why when Lent is tlve! and wtsr is ire at 3tarie7i4 aa3tari 49! r silftt ), I Servtt>
-j -* as i ?, JB, dSrsc thirf i i
and has Christ.ianf .
"?bs"'y w, the iwxt miKTofSprirtsjr av l life reac&e Fri highest wacarsiafk r of Tar C 4of Gt'M4'rid.
lam eao ia* Jar:Oft a> > -
ad7KAtr .>Irc at the same oii 7332, acxmplish -. on die shores of time in SQezoltaac iIcr Smtani Clem- aaA rewticsc Iflt !ewes Starie alNo. a.m :

r .q.xrSanT tbaSBRWC rfIf : wMr xth. arrire at Stoics 2: p.m.brd .
Florida WHuien In a sew baiLftig;: alldai* duererrer&zazea yeseearf etaCa* IIC the at or GL Jaaae9tt 104 -4' rygjar ut4r 3uMay 1dooI-.t

hoof manmtr Coat :f the same oU teaeiier 7it2i the t aroond the globe Mated I Dtvtmrte tIII had vrlxcegert" Ii- LImiKsf Train S and 19 at If1earai. 1{
tent tervt.e wmaIDe 2 tit- for .
tPzeihrr dsi* yahr gale okf salartcwild ant dn tester I of ad etizaaa 8I 2rGo yea i Jacksonville to Tampa, fin: lfr.hriflrt2c
$ W. AL7P.3Y3.T .
Eistr a a aiava&ie festivaL Ir; u
X2r ywrjrasfcanrf 6*beat the eat 1fov.k vaster Setter conditional ic 2nrite IL gaiya > 3. : r paasar gunayi3si t
always die irsC 3uniiay a..er die fill
r and heIt Twat itT It FOIL C.1C3TT" T2EA3CHZ2.C W,spa ta 1a dee i 1t "A *. su ( IU-
wiiidi
air
moos happens ar nth
Thed' "Pfa7 of Zaster canis that 1JWt C: hcnar timnmirf ajKif a. esswtxe Sir rea-at Ifci i; ewrdnj aerviee. T

fars ai*" nave btxome as much a feature of the tar the cw jty-2r3t day of Jfarchr and IIr .eoocmic aorainatina iv tJi* afep at it stark SiltJ P.*TTTiicaiprc- tt'e 4Y r. TIaiton ontliCy ted to .if
Y.anl' : .n1.1S pwj> .laiauu tmnnr of 3n< slid aomr fju-ji *' % __
if the fol moon happen 31111.1ay gesL _
a
eu" x tva1 jeaann as the ChrtsC' upon + ohm a th. aeio of m. wne .jaaucrar c 6r

yrn'-414i atettaUg. lit lavish thus Easter day ia die Sunday rut haters at. thr lust pronwr ffrini.. Miiet }
batWayt more
tan yeartsar rf of bP and -
,ch aumert ese r7 wKr etwatr -- q
TAt atrftai- t f.' Thia year it comes oa Apr1SPeratary auIztn1 rrrvter if d1Cet
2/iiWe 4Jf ear iuting MY. 3r1tCgJ ever siany sea'g jmanaejoo -H aivarSYL

are w be seen, hot the shop 112tlL
Sit* any o>..IIf. fimev !
riv-n. M that sort af thing Have 3UedJ;
of die Jfavj Daaitla has i'Ot CJ101''Y' 1 n

., 79 C n" omit at a p p r haw their T.nMW wita a ranety eat i- iasoed a jweejia? order jrohihica t he ref m_ that t am afar an-r"-
f t--- jot the otffrt 'Ii cDUJ' t ..
loan/rial
bi1it7rt
f1 Wtf W fie any ,#
3ri'd'oOOt inff die oae of intaxleanng' liquors by vr of 3m ant aomtty wtt cS ta th* aJL .
T1P ; :
'rjln the horabfe nickel to e aaagi-1! thr demoeie Colts x teteeion. hat xtmarT i''ft
and *nlist f men on Marl L colic tile i.it of ail hot
.co ;
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t- v" 4' .;ng totals inert .1 eao.a, The b city of tie offrfuiRZ a rs naval veose ar widiik any navy uesat an Ui* ewmir icdthe at .
nnly trt Be attained by die 2v! ..cteA. tr 4Sti 1M east dy .}') yard or naval station.ahoald' ItUII7.
r ;r rein la beyond

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? 7h* !tefvw iw i* the arrest tl yr ire pie nty 4 f charming thing in. that i "'Way die apurit of J .. ..

xa.lzf and nuvtest that rug a;
Fir which ".vjierj'' wTJie rzynnat"ono.Qt more eanfilflll Be pmod?** especially die apirlu of I 5.+r f aoaomoe atrIef far m. .r- tit (,<

..-.,- 'xaply their XUHWI a3 a token CotmIy T nom u cetict die 9Qtd drsssrara >
; f mortals who arc ,raid and have at th. nmiTH n mu'y It stetted
!v rratmart for elikceta -.: r.m1l"11h iee ants award fi fc
I to faittrfatly '&Kar5e sr 4stTi
i yrnattt
nothiug of whica ta be pmwL
dying with &nte'a w vs hnr7 taefL Jt 3at1WT..zz.
Carat ia nutn from the dt>ad; I.Mr!
tit.J
Ha>? j-v n atTxh *en+ir as a mtreJ. : paafwsf when it ned ta die Dr. Tanner !. s on its and fry a. ?ca cacarrananivf ZAzL c

#1 muf" M'a o ovrAru."t JaiTf41 sr nat lts that He vax yet irq i >T 'Tvraiie2zar 1WlI. ?72 se. That the odor lea of of crT ajacif x aatsr a n"of doe

'he tAn&, and In the ilPrp! flf death a th 'r b ainesg. We prefer, oowev Const, sac rfcnetfollr aoi ct the .rapnes J
if 3i* mteraof 3atf iini eaootx, and gramaeif andtte ,'
r SO S at3tnr Erjan )ErplafnarjrT P'r'1fIar 'a
:- ay1 a fcea iUne Iterpiaintng netKfs and an3uh were the partym rf Hia way die 00'G. If. R.1.ZZY' k '

;engte, for die pour are Hist W"lAke1.1J -;: ,;

ware die rofce and crown and TriEF.fGiAETERS.cnt'a -i''A.n t, ,..
T e ;a*f1' via t* fce fcif tfet die earth with ogling 1vert t hmsr inninara aijixT a ,mfi
Credit .tfittHjbtTng the JilTc-marc. the .fiee of CacnTf T.* irer .O4 jeuct the ',.
.hm there were crave hi aru that f In lnrciul Sotwveen the seprt sf the fliaaujnr wte-a ac the aanCOCSTT '{=

r.sr A'Jfi33MJ. rnkef ap dirw the cloaca and Hat' Farirxtite and Cntjjra IaC' >Ft>a i LVD30N'055 "I '

lied for die anthem of die re3'WTee.-' TV di7.n'aafa the namberta? ofOe

: fM' sitercPf .e1M return --M. It was bead at fag and bber- Fatiwiht c and the centrsdether PO& TSZA3C322.a { savinmoney f f s"

home win ataie rime am rwi* for and eanacieneeraa notu. & I I ditryens a 1u pry Maoy ana..mes IIQIIdf a. a eataaddsae li 1
y vf thmstht fAith ureand Jar Caqnty Treaaunr of Hraafontobicec c..m"r
pre Cut bet Neer rlrcalar tae
x7 ryan'. rIMls prdeJa&n L The ': of u the r as mf the Jane Trt ry
T OAt neat aiplieltT of de decimal 17- election *o-i Mi7?!! the votes of ail Ceoueraoeei '
trw are tux otf and lie HI the openepaG'ker aa_ 7 ereted I sat faiflrfafly a taw e ."
;lmlivvl can k eM 3ferr mat at?JantY dieshatSc tem.Wbrn the amiss ,f *e
; and with them are 'abr abMt had findat I1b .r.0. it coROOf' :
.. all rh m1 Ke eooWn't rink tM ;
ago t" .
Eroken :e? and rendered fetter3. O mom A ter wa. npabre0 .<

Ctt4ermA4 SAflday.t'nhap' Him a ou>aa* of I11t blur.n: best toaeteoatlty J'Ot UArT T8>1t3C$7.8 I 'jI.

:after marring J gii es forever for'a -t e rle:1tPff itaelL I heresy inniiiirm riff m a qmfiitate u, .
for die aLee rf eaeaqr finam af Bradford
'f >h tM xp-&tcfncr man. happy chat our hat ideal "en diaoq alain.Kuf He was able to wta&lwh two rooatants shoats najecx OB the actiea af die There aTe faro urov of saving year mooeyI -

tMktar.l1t man" There are ezeeytiafat of acyfatitr-taat at wtifci a taix- SeaueraxSe yill June adSmmii I,
enemies of all rod-
bared the '
by *, if t&tsmt. Sa tfiatlane the dote the foolish way and the wise way. The foolish
r. dt r1 tare .f +it! had 5ianw ouHb at floe etui
aad the bet of
cannot fee kept in the znve. of the o e* rrtftgy (t myability.
ness, of tie .r 'e. Cat ar trlii-Si watPT boil I way is to pot it where fire, theft or ether l

_' sa7 altf1tf adn4 pAS have Cneif y tnt on Calvary and woondtA at **a b vei rttiWwh.' the M. Ert"SteaCy K L> OIX15C I calamity can take it from !cu in a. seccccL i!
:r ei. 4th it ht the atriwi est
Xanttliinx t1. J3'f. This w a god &f Mpalehers; paee and let a seal vf stone wld ..oie refrrPnre tG fart FOE CGCS7T COTC3f32IQeiZaI The erase way Is to pot it in a bank of good ;
muiml1J1cWcLUU"1
nle' for dfirT o&ervera Cwt In etrrslar tied-.dn f1\I :hcnby ammnnE mimlf a nnrtirtafe &p
t*
&..4 nth will rile aarii I: w the p.t.4Uie' I. ttrraSart ftm onepntnt the oCee of Caontr Ciuaii'imm I"i for DUtret i ttamfmg Eke ours, where it is taken care of 111
lake 2 > before the c axe
2 tf r
+ A cWTar aavtJf may ne a tWIa awtory of every Great Cause of Good- fr> aawrt w H dP rwyst +, k Primary B' XOT- I beSeve is ijwer tax JIIiI t in fire and burglar proof vaults Follow the fi

after fccazmuonderstooi : e1t r'rr rorwJ porn Hiroo tSPw ace aiuf earrfaf aanaeaaeat aa4 :.!t
cneifeion
res.-1lyd
earned, r"Jt s i4Tav Jit Fond r Jplmt 1 mtpamr er Save the ooaty got OB eaas eumple of the best basxnes men and farm.1i
and mistreated; then: tan fm I fieN'It.fJ f e thrrmnraeter basis aaA tfiaeaarz* *: mr dose auhfifly.Z. _
fm fa&xr earned.
jw-rKt w many I hrbaw hu from: p int fly ft* reading S _t Dari3gO3 en in this district-start account here at f!

er.tombment; then reaaneet n. The ftIt wlnf tty ron ruB ditnhninfaaf t OIM-it. also the straightest road ta suttaa Fi

'nf.t kate !fJr wooer. are m 4ogstf atory{ leans' death and resurrection ,Ilf mnid renowber tahi ..Un: co5tfr ZONEg ,

net Jftn" :brf eanti ii f tilt win MI the perennial jyniiot of these I halt e7prfG'tara'tI, anti .I b. r.tabI t t I hash anunaw orTwCf aa a eaafidaCa C fin and wealth. :
rp+MCUta a fa die alT.ee af Cosaty anma-
frodnee a rase kf baldheaded trtittlai. tl zlp.I I TWP4 >. ZJO'\"IO' It rtwiwS Tltfw > toe- xdPTrr 'sinner fnai Obcret Sou J had wSeit Ae RD-'I Come in and let us talk it over jlBradford '
116ft 6f tiT tfi* Otewcrsce eiaAca IB ma r IB P' WV V* W er
I J + fw* f'pvzfus point

1fu 11+roii r' MCYaMts arrest faa I peek of'the happtnesa of the iea; TV f rfLrr* fe. ea Ifte ot&r Uaad. GIGJItFS. T G. II

:lufJ frencfc 'jpy wa t uw I sen at Easter yes the hope of the ..taN.t.-. zrr* ar frmroz point I l County BankII.

with .nft h" d.r. at p. fvntlns prJnt. COC'fT ww OIU
the
"m agenz'i stoat and a good int.Withk soul, aagKcnttn certainty t hereby aaaaoec t aa a caafiiBte fiw

which man answer thin qu3twu It! There rtf\JIUQa ear..4.i-I bIon M the ofjef of OXOTCT 1"----1' G* Rgreeax f.u 111 $!

tM tat of living 8 bitty u one of eM oldeat of ah gaestlans., trey urn, UrwnfewrtitJy rl'pr.- '. e Diaaiet of aiT Otaoactacic 5.. f. and afaetan tcnetfaBr at theme&i& them .T... W.T.W.V'.r.L, IL d Cert' {!,

Tome b tJwr dearest gfa* M earth 'ft the ffiomr.gf flow of time, by the dared at ay Mop awt tatfore obviate prmary eec .If eleeae< I praam ta 1'}!'
r nr* tr rwiataioio? aa of- fantifftlTy tlaillaia*W atey ,1
especzfly if tt.nw.a. large faatiilp.s t. of Krypt and the plain of Chatdealnen firttflrnfc l rf**ur4, a. moat U the i. J. t. L7D3EILLloom '.:

too it to solve Sit myitery.fThe ear with rr.-.nr. ef lent and em- .:'}.i'
!/ Itttnif toted putola I omx r 3taxKR -'
? 'M1 '' [
aft talked of hunting zmxrdx. paettyrXew tuft nett I benbr MH aa'ee my eaajacr for'tin ) 11EYIfJ:> fAIIVS I SCXX23 OF SCHOOL BQAKO iiI ;
wvii4 f>e ito- If iu> nation had anrmy and th of taunts* A Chicago off ee of eoootr coBnviMtoaer of Bedford I 1IeM y sao in.aneif a aai.ii'iae tar | hees? manenaat ts&et aa a tssd3eietj!
man -
tarefrmea s De H.e .f kt for 9L itrter 1
Dfitriet YL % sad aerates .I die heat pcht ;
ter
*/ ra//-.ip there w oU W I emnty ttamuit
no and Lift on trop hit pa peri on fiuj t ammue Cia' a0v the pepe faith fafly if Bradford COQBQ and wijest too nppatt of the Cia drum .uid S*. 1. and > :
.war [ ELECTR1CJGHTIMS.ftU eleeariL DmIIIIraQc.+ta p* Ac OBKOX sleety sad loacEt the KUCJS af tas oten at tae tIot8 'j;
desk and finda himaeif wondering J. B. C2ZW3 fsithtal7 gmmos if etectmi ti .EasontLr L, ratio ..rrsrr tdiaxof ta Jvno. !
-- will have oftnvwfefee Jaa eataoeet tips me .L1L uaQrBa 2;:
whether he
any part Dn *.fs Which Arc udlaeaatsesat
net
7U kin lrrt of Mann ia wit&fntf. A. EL ASD1ZW3. I
ia the life that win go oa Lute Work. I cocnr cmorIEOYn lI :
f the f heft NOTICE Of.u puC.\n1) FOB TAX DEED
ar kir.xdom u wit I hereby aranoaee mrf a* a ranAfate for
'fo 1j1J Tl ir relative extent detrr what he is jf''. I Tbe are licit *ad the Intamiew'eni tie .. af eaoKy eamnuauHier of Brad- FOR nnTE I r I I u.smn L' W CB.U"E1 Wi s.
Rgit wort eo uaj differeftt prioeiptes. 1 Lard emcify f nm nitro 5,. i. sad Rsgeet- I horsy aaaooaee my as &fag far tile IL TS Of I1.DB.IDAJ..
.trlneg eitaraeter The etutonr-of patting on new1cfetfhes : I fally Miiett the tuooort .f all Deooenzie effic at KepRwaaeve from Br cf a Gwnty.FlcraA Hrreby au'jce st given tsar IX W. Piiiaiten"lpa.
It.** Wed many liars **J veten. I?rieetef I .has *> BIT fiR *ttrI I ill illU ta die wi3 el tar DonxraLc + cr .r rat Ccrt6aa .iUB11eft4 rsispe
If tA\m\ rf" d aJ eM wotdtr for Faster i* very ancient aid that when lit eitrW circuit wa D. W. ?WHOL3TE2I deems is the Joe prtaarr, the iacport of tm 9) and cooed by tIe Tit* Cad'Y

.i, JaJ things hIIM, been gofrig txiajr dt1 )4 t.'xTr.on to the great festrra% fit I trokett the tier ant juinj "l am*** .sat i! be wham tm&fzl I Riccet ta the.Cr irnat MUCC.speed sad fa I pre oss aboard to saij lector drd&aiiA.c Brat are bunts OncKj.daic roriia af. June .C. ISIS.,-;

in tM past few yeas tM urfJleniaa. af rtHjrmav Cm tM central far orf'j bt tap pV'.d.itIatf a l.riliiaot !hale I ferrety CQC aaawneg.RT COXXIIO arrlf aIifidate'.for I be odIaatLcE has fe ssii jesiieia ia so dD 'u4.ta"BaJe ;
a
mIL wiwav a p ucataa, her Tu Deed ta ava* iaj
win fA'near it hand.I1lty the Ytairin year it is considered aK! The slwpe fill Ui rare W.U rua1J leiccM* r. the allies af cooaty teamis'otter t am.ubem'W laY. .1

-- ( aa air fp.n* "ftfwwi rtwr In the other. f..., Dutriet X*. J Levtey sad RiifbHVmf The s&i4Vtztiacttcs eayoians. the bOtwinflaaiis <'
r i.lbttf nece aary for every man .ird:j asGSeit the novart af all IVmnciatief if
Ttw tbfw.t -A"wa,at4.t.d, AU FOR SEEE5ESTiTIYEaciaocce ia lard Ccaniy. Fbrtda. aaqsrf
lie tJIJd de-
SCtlMfl to d the cmmty at the cooiiaa primary .. $
tfJ' dothe TheEaster I 5a 'J7' utile .poet.[ Cettiinle ,
sspselt easf3te : at said
1VJ'\a. war new | and la. as a M-K -! "
air not
l in t&-
.e Ulau h.ef 1 going there.Ile Nfl, I art bim. e".Clown. to-'tiIe odaee d repeoeatatiRC fJVIII Bzai.fot:1I sa the lUAtf- and QK< ?rUI1s and atDahenberesz.Ure2ecIIssLp t
dress and the tutu hat cf; 1. t I. WAIXEWHT
TW Wstii H rIJdtll"t'd by the .
| afe 1ic the
tar>sarp enonty dessaa af tae pa tiaarly set
win help tIJ jnr j late it when be'bel mI lime, to widely advert ed:I rorrtmt (ra,Ib arrir a man air SC4rarfcwo I Dceuence tfeeton at the Jane primary sat i, ta.wit, aCerti2rdi
tkrt cot yrT COYYL33IOrtZSAt KaDcctfatIMficit the siroort af the vans. ;,: M.eas zseIs i rrtrtJeaal firU.J'J'
.r by oar city merchant are therefore J I brttrern I"tr".' or tie WklteitatiaB of frira I IT wcte4 I sea[ iep.ee8 &at..te say t. is Wars <' Sec. *. T> T. S. L -
am a
my
in bet r JWDI1b1, ami UratJjii tb** tip* ur the I y the !bee af >RT af .iCCerciJnn.
rot any way an ineongnnty, es.dWate for the All the fyr.a rdkate.that good 3L J- SAP? .Sw K Lot !'
Ykarlrif Datrirt DIL-i'
nrbo" whirs hsL 'cu.V4.I..J"t Xo. t nftjeet to the
emphasize the of the day quite S L
spirit Jr.Sea..Lb. T.
action af the Jose ettetfoa and if a
M the primary I
old, tominer time hat come. The wbitr but raft*** ah l 4
at much a* the Easter egg which is Ut tttftfit proa e a eanaeieatiaa Aehant of FOR ISPRSSEJTATITE taa.J W rede d'
A Bwrtu&im lies x.tar3
wrest one U the ke cream tart mak- trUliaucy. 'rtr1' a oty. Ta tie Dia >c..w mten al thtnfldta
supposed t* typify the germ of a re "ford' bb.t'I"IIIQ1t an tact astbky A. K. 1I'ILLLCOtY1Y flarida Bradford *tae fit: At ** Tax faced vil yews
<> fooBtr. : oa lltfe
of >
tkr Uy A. IX UU. :
big h. rounder ometion of lif. bars away. "r t COWR3370NTK HomiMCioa to tie oiice of EepwsMtatiw at i .
Itxrraaw mil the c.UI'T'P111 r o.d .< rC amid County. -i
.Th rfi4 clamor loudest for I fc reby aoaooaec myself aa s Ma'hi. the Deauen&e Prissy to be heW Jane Ini. I tU1 I b L A. W kxDq tj Oat,g
men The word Easter l almost .
wuMid I
rr > eynonymhiua JI1I i' ar r i> attd tb' llpbt ga fir the odes *f Cmaty Commissioner .f j reajwetfoCy wQcit the ADvert af the Demo- A 1.3t

-war serer arjwer "Here" when the with happineta, bat happinesii of out Bradford cooMy from DWriet Sat i, coajtet eats honest vote faithM at sawiee tUa pti if chase aty. and pledge -4

;...,'e.M 4 UftIat1 are drafted aH are those who have the Easter T1IP. 'I'ahlt. nt _lam;. f... lafr t* the i Kt* .of sad the fopectfally Dnuo+ite lotkit.rinnrycbet2Mi tile TSCXAX G. st ca l I rE'1Tto. .

., "to tM terrier vision, which ix the vision of a living nest b.nnr" hurl nUkr b.iaWfrrnt. Is lib npport of a3 Dtmorntie cbeton. .f we.a suk-cW th* -ukhraised dun-Set voters to W crtahlaacd tad taz-PV1 and i 3

{ Christ Easter day i* the celebration talard ,*n a |. .r of wbif .< wir*. A. B. st:1tJ FOR REP! ,"UTIVX <* a* ]Ubcra Sco-Schoal Ootnet htehf-s'

The regional banV hart been fair brand by the IIIIJUWiCe of aa ri etrielo I f'r auaoxe F. P. Shaffer for How pettaea thk b wfab IP Beard .( Schoat Ooavussioasn i
of the resurrection of our Lord who In tQ.'a.-.d DBaCHOOL BOARDanaamice of Bepraeatatna and wwetfnUr IIWci1lie \t BtC. .J Cuvotr for aa eke**
fjr distributed each section (1Jrrt'1ll. Tlw" irr IUfblE I II support of the Wars in the to estahSah thia Sst keoa**
'r. great bereby JOB ehool Dsatriet ,
: liveth and was dead, and is alive for glass fml!, frtu which the air bas 1 mv..lf a* a candidate! for pray u f8&.: I -
last Went North and South being member of Board of PnbtTe lastrartioo from t
evermore. That is the bId yet ever I Loa .xb.i- .. ./ttw wW It would Dwtriet( Vo. S. nfcjrct to tV artkm af thenmiae Ciac at tie Northeast comer oe .
allowed three banks SUPERVISOR OFaooooiice uGISTUno t Set =. T1, 4.to. Rsate It E. slid imnEs a.dh '
MTW, the precious Easter truth, a Kvmg fluid;11 lir IW'I""I up art ron'nmed. 1Irima eteaTon.,. and toCdt the fopport of aflDcnoeratie I hereb mjscir a* a CUdi.Ja ca See. K. rowrb: dmCactteaee Tier I j

: Christ to give new fife through The wlrK olani it U BOW made fftotf'1l. CEESLET FOGG. fop Ute oSet .f eni5er of regiatratoa for ship far lid be E. on aid fine t* ;
AU the female aspirants for alder w bk-ft r.f.u flaw of etec.trldt1 Brsford snooty Id rapfetfaEy IG the LDot 4ir. haxfs It end 2!; them vsoath :
the hope of fmmorta f,. Where is asplort of a3 Democratic eleeton at tile laDe oa tacf line te.seatfcat comer W See-4"

fnaaie donors ,true defeated at the the sting of death or the victory of with .0 mnrb rigor that the KE3TBER SCHOOL BOARD pnaa eleetio .lion IJ T* 'j. jfc. Ids Theme v tf Macs i'

7 t1Jrrf"fIL in working I', let by the ob- T with to anonoaee my caadMafy for member! c. A. rcrcH.SCPEKT1SOR too* tiM j-.Salft Creek: thence aaottvertcMM
by
.foil men In Chicago Tuesday.Wonwn the grave, with the expectations C of aperfect .trurtli" indi'hr wire to ineaodtxenrr .f Beard of Pobre Imtruetioa before the cumin wag taw- nt' < to ".( line of Section 1ti .:
'
'in politics dlJ not teem to betaken world beyond? lwisthe D:1fDXe. York rwnioenit! primary election from Diatrirt OF REGISTRATIOX 11 north: t i' ft. !went-e.*.,I ooraer Jiae of $ j'f'J .
No. t and loiict the vote of a3 Dem.cratic I brnb7 i '
sarnosae. myself u a tea iodate 1I: theae'nurth af SectionS '
F ea rvaur Eae
aerioutly" World.
yet. electoN. for try of ce of sea *ni&or of tlatioa : to Berth M of $ee. 8 thence aorta WV;?,
;
Easter is the H. f.-
symbol J. of life. To Bradford county *
itivrt to the is'cla of section line h Baker= caaty Ene: thaw list _
M- It orted that Edion make'room for the life more shun Mate of Ohio dtr of Tcbdo. I-. 1 tie Dtsoent primary elect] inC Jsa and &bag sad 'aaier ;enty fine to past tfte.iasiraj. .
ftSpeetal17 *
waa r T was Loca Conatr ITrank FOR MEMEE2 SCHOOL BOARD aoitii tile support of the wteft t r'Aad t'

tired of, Florida and wanted to go dant there frost be a death of the life J. Cbeoer nukes oath that to tosraior t viib to aenowe that I am a candidatefor .1 e may. f rtl. to vote shwa the nuHtf to;
tame insnffident, a death of the old desires planer of UM ana of F J. Cheney nvmbrr of the I card of pnblii frjtroet A. NIGH be assess .1 for the I'IrPIR of eotti s
;bark but it has been discovered Co, btuiiMM la the of Toledo board of tlu9t cha.i
A duffs City for Diftrict No Z. and I mrwetfanr K>Ieithe trostetp for the u.id aa4+ .3
*(;that,tM'eau. of hi.* dissatisfaction ambitions and aims which are ur County had State aforeuid. aa4 ipr port of the voter at the eomia *1ee. COUNTY diliuitL. : '
' worthy. Each that laid Dm win pay the sum of ONBHUKDRED tion. Jane Z. and promise If elected a filtbfadiwtarTC I hereby COMMISSIONER Nan lei: *>$*'Crewi G. rl Aliennan. i &
should
;: WIf W "I liability to get his favorite year bring t DOLLARS for each and er- of m)duty. for anaooaee that I am a .eaJl\tidate Robert.. Sea c; A. -19 MI'. H. B. Wffii -
f cWt t' fresh resurrection in our lives--a Sri CAM of Catarrh that tfmat ba erred 1. E. DOUGLASS. -natl7 loamy ctnBmisriaaelol from Qtriu L Mrs. Joe IjdpdhatWri J. C. Ft.rce W P.
dle-wfnr tobacci here. cit the
fcT 1M us* of IUI.L'8 CATARRH emu / npport of the waters Twlor. J. we. W, W. WiUiaa. C. G.c ,
!.\ death of the old'Hfe, poor and meana FRANK J. CHEXCT. eof the couty at the CO PI' eketioe Dwberb "

*( h editorial resurrection to the life .worn to before tM and ntaerlbtd tay FOR TAX ASSESSOR Jane 2, and I pledge myself to a f& '11uat, ',"
T1ie "Tell the
,4 Telejfra > new unselfish discharge of the
1ft yr this Cta day of DeceIaIIer..A. dada of tile oHee if eleetd '1'
and hallowed To the eitixeea of BradfoH Coonty:-l"an- J- J.
.j .f is S injf quota! throughout D. BLACKWELDEK
'. !. Ji't'J'rutht Seal) W. GLEAS01T.Kotarr I nonBee my cf a 01 didate for the office of
{ the state and in most instances is PubMc.n A_ af Tawa. AMari.If'OS of my very ,LOST TIME.
It would be well to remember If JT. Catarrh Car to taken lateraaO/ srreat appreciation for the loyal rapport and COUNTY C030USSIOXEB
J tredited to the St. utU.t1n. ,
.being *
and act directly upon the blood and om- emit s.aer 10 cheerfully emu 1M ia tileto I I hereby saaoanoe myself u a eaadidate Los veaMi
bffc'tJys&y
f J 'I or some nth,r paper that bas you have not registered, that the eau aurfaees of tha .. Send for sad pI Wn' myself to a cantiimanee of faith-I for the odtce of county eomaasioner from nay be replaced
IReecoid} stlmonlmls.. fre*. ful H" if rr.keted. I rwiwrtfufly' o-eit J\iatr.n No. C 'Starkel and patient |osl knowledge hrooy. -
lUPt'rthaIl7 ,
& clipped it. &m of the have registration books i wear -ot. in the primary election the of lOIicit;
1 papers positively close F. J. CH XET ft CO. Toledo a to be held support aD emoeratic elertors at tu kit medcine.bdlost
heahFt
,. wed it without credit at all. I April 15th. Bold by an Dna<1Im. lie. I Jane z. UIC.Vny June primary I Pr a faithfv.1 by .
pry Register
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!. THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

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i"t MJV" :Sterling Moore, of New York Rev. J; 'D; Morrow,. of' Toronto, *+'+ + .+ + t +'+.,-+ + + + + + +',+..I- :JUDGE'GARDDN -1I
R'S :
City; visited friends in Starke last GOURTa
'w ,
1' Canada who baa'been *
''i > ; week t : 'Mr/Moore: lived here-many preaching from +I Friday, April 3jGas( Davis, colored,
the pulpit of the.Presbyterian church CARD TO THE PUBLIC + war' hailed into iupo a'chaige
x and interested in\he i
Bi& f LcsCalInformation years ago was -4
-
of this city for several weeks visited sot-assault
Telegraph at that time. He is now
St. Augustine last week and while F4'ftfff4, + + + + + + + + and assessed ,
+drawing the weekly stipend of a proof. a fin;]of $?5 and.costa i +
reader on the New York-Journal there witnessed the conflagration that Raiford,. ,' Fla, April 7.-Will you or'. 65 days inrtht'chaln gang. ,

.. devastated the "Ancient City. The please allow me to correct and ex Monday, April 6, .in ;et dozen '.
-- ,New goods of all kinds at Stump's. St. 'Augustine Record of his of colored ';
I' l e..r.JqOa lrrlti ,&littau, eel says plain a' few matters through,the gamblers made. their appearance -

1\__ .... 4A o/t C.a4. fwsw Mr. D. W. Pinholster of Brooker visit: The noted aviator George Gray columns of* your paper. | : before his :.110nor and re-
made an especially fine flight this cei ved the usual fine of
1.00 and
,
candidate for county coraissioner was It has been reported i
.,a morning starting from the level by some per i .

in this.Starke Monday. Mr. Pinholster left stretches of South Beach. He had asa ties who claim they got it from thee Tuesday April;I 7, 'Charles( Ward. i .
: week for ,
Dade City; where his
Mr.J. M."Green, of. Hampton, was in Mr. D. R. Edwards and family mov- family is located ]peassenger Rev. J. D.'Morrow !newspapers that at the last session of Worthington, drew,,_a fine of $10
at
Starke Friday. .. l-ti ed Monday to the cottage on north his children are attending present school and where athletic! pastor of Dale church Tor of the legislature there were SIXTY i, and costs or 35 days ro the j gang for "j i
> They
*
Walnut street recently vacated by -onto. After ascending to elevationof diAharging :
an firearpil '
goods. will all return to Brooker new offices created and officers hold- ,within the Corporate !
For dry ,Leviton. at the close *
Mr. L C. Ray and family. of the school I a thousand feet the two men flew limits of tb* ton. of Worthing!

M. J. M. Mott, of Lake Butler was .7 ] in the teeth of a twenty-five mile an ing the said offices were drawing large ton. ;
Neckwear The very finest assort- .
visitor to Starke 4 .Shoes \ : hour wind to the sal aries. This report is absolutely \
a Saturday., I.meat .'seen in"Starke. Silk, Velvets, ; Clothmg-A good line' to lighthouse' and the -"t.- '
select from. Fine line of Men's hats, wireless station where a splendid view untrue. There were only twenty-two tffftff + f 4rf.t ff
All kinds of Some beauties. See our
embroidery at Stump's.Was .
]
window. Hull's Department Store. seasonable. Just arrived. Come in of the city was obtained. Mr. Morrow yew office holders appointed duringthe + I!' .- .

Water coolers and ice cream freez- and' see them. thoroughlyenjoyedthe, experience and session of the legislature and + FOR SALE AT DEDUCEDPRICES t

.tUB,.Jones'. Hardware. j The list of warrants ordered issued Hull's Department Store. remained .in the air more than asix of that ')h.- r f

'' by the county commissioners at quarter of an hour. number were clerks. One t One Waltham 16 size, 15 ruby f
Born Friday March 27 to Mr. and I There will be two special servicesat of said clerks for of f p, -
J the April meeting held Monday will Secretary State jewels 14k case, used ashort f

Mrs. Charles Dowliny a' boy. appear in next week's Telegraph.Mr. Rev the J. Presbyterian D. Morrow will'preach.church Sunday.Mrs. Embroidery dresses at Stump's.Easter two in office of Comptroller, two inoffice time, $18.00. One !Elgin ,,,18 d' .

American wire fencing 24, 34, 46 Ethel Barbour will is the symbol of life. To of Commissioner of Agriculture, size, 19 'ruby jewels in gold t
] George C. Sanderson, manager read her report of f
18 inches. Hull'a I make room for the life more abundant settings gold wheels;; steel escape I
Department Store of the U. S. Brokerage Co., Philadelphia the Christian Endeavor Conventionat ; one in office of State Chemist Threeof
I there must be death f wheel ; \
a of the life fully adjusted f
Mr. E. '''J. Pa., and dean of,the fruit drum- the morning service. Mr. Morro these officers were appointed tax f ( .
King of Hampton, paidthe I insufficient a death of old desires, 2100. Two South'Bend, 17 f
in Florida paid Starke a visit will sing two of his own hymns at commissioners, and the tax commission 0
county seat a visit Friday.mei| ambitions and aims which + jewel, 16 size
,
Saturday. the evening service. I are un bill is a bill that I did not supportand finely\timed in +

Shoes at Leviton'LI I ; I worthy.( Each year should bring a I do not feel in any way responsible f 20-year cases bosses, $i .00 f

Upon arrival of my car of American Kiln dried dressed ceiling $8.00 andup fresh resurrection in our lives a for the appointment t Diamonds reset, ( pals ref + .
>Mr. E. Frank Chase made a busi- thousand. death 'of the old lif o f polished and bad "I's"1 "
that
fence I will sell at prices so low per We can furnishall "poor and mean, these' three office holders. taken t

ness trip to Gainesville Tuesday.... I I you will buy a year's supply aheadof grades. Quigley Lumber & Supply t a resurrection to the new life unselfish Taking these nine from the twenty- + oft of them. One ine L ue- f ;.

Mr. S. J. Futch of Lawtey was in i 1 time. See prices on another page. Co. and hallowed. tvo only leaves thirteen new officers + white diamond 9000 caret f ir}
.Jones' Hardware. t deep and finely cut $l 5OO. f
Starke on business Wednesday. j I Mr. T. R. Canova, of Jacksonville If you can think of anything that that I had anything to, do with in f A few new 16 size: ;old filled f

,.. SUMMER Have housescreened. was in Starke early in the week visiting can be done to beautify or build up any way. One of these officers was + watches, accurate ti t ,
your ne keep-
Jones', Hardware.Mr. e relatives and looking for a business your town go do it. Keep your capital Shell Fish Commisioner, and the fish + ers. 4'

(I I i Ini location and he is looking i in at home; patronize home laden sand oyster industry by having it looked 4 CALL AT nR'S 4

G. W. Rahme of Hampton JLll-iz avs Preferable the right place for it if'he has a try: ; help your merchants so they can after will bring in a good revenue + + -

was a visitor to Starke Friday.W. I Demonstration week of April 20th eye for future business possibilities sell cheaper; always get your york for( our state. Another was the Examiner 4tffffftf + +:1 4 + 4fff .

to ,25th at Jones' Hardware Store. because this section of Florida is on done at home if possible; subscribeand of County Finances. Three t
w
P. of I
Gifford Jacksonville transacted the map and will remain there. pay for your home papers; don't were Inspectors of Citrus Fruit Stand : ::1

business in Starke Monday. I Mr. C. A. Knight visited his wife I steal or borrow the reading of them. ards and are only to serve .for a Bargains in Second .HandCars
Sunday at Ocala where she had beenI Slippers of all kinds at Stump's. each
Laces at Leviton's. If you follow these directions and period year from September 1st:
confined in the hospital for a weekor I For, Quick Sale.
Miss Lucile Freeman home your town does not improve it is not to November 5th. Two were Inspectors ,
came I
There will be special Easter two; but he reports a greet improvement of '
services this week from I your fault. Rural Schools and 1 think that I
Gainesville where she '
at the M. E. church next Sunday. in her condition. has been if there is anything in our county or
attending Southland Seminary One pile of garbage left undisturbed One 1912 Flander 20
Roadster
in ;
our state that needs looking afterit :
Born Tuesday,Apnl 7, to Mr. and FurnishingS-That is one line that which institution is making a few hours in the time

, Mrs. Ernest Thomas of Saxton agirl we can truly say that we not only preparations to move to St. Peters will be a roosting place summer for flies that IS our rural schools. One was . . . . .$275.00 4
: have the goods, the style the selec- burg. Miss Freeman left today for State Labor Inspector and I as a I
can carry disease germs into scores of member of the state legislature f eeltai One 1912 Flanders Touring Car '
j tion, but we have the right goods at Tallahassee to attend the Florida! homes.
Easter millinery,at Stump's. the right price. Hull's State for A few, disease germs prop: that the laboring man needs his rights .
DepartmentStore. College Women. erly . . . .275.00
placed by a dirty fly
can cause looked after as much as others.
Mrs. W. Lake returned Thursday Brocade silk at Leviton's. illness which nets the doctor, the hospital was Hotel Commissioner one S One 1913 Krit Roadster.$350.00' '

t from a visit, Highland and Clay. ,The regular monthly meeting of and possibly the undertaker a Bank Examiner and one Food and -

t Kill that< Ladies' Aid Society will-be held Mr. F. M.Muller, of Atlanta whohas big sum. And a few cents expendedin Drug Inspector. One 1913 Krit Tom*g Car 375.00 '

i t Mr. the home of Mrs. J. E Futch been installing new fixtures in the first'place would have prevented Any one wanting to verify i '

visited Wiliam relatives Tison and friends, of Gainesville.in Starke' Tuesday afternoon, April 14,.at 3:30 the Bank of Starke, will leave with the infection. Insanitation is ers statement will kindly go to the ds One 1912 Haynes .. .700.00

o'clock. Members are requested to bewhere his family Sunday for Fort Dlye pensive all right; but sometimes a lot and look it themselves.

Monday. I presentMr. he will do some work for the of people fail to realize it even when Furthermore up, I want to to the One 1913 Oakland Roadster .,
say
t High quality'and low prices. Then First National Bank of that. city the argument is'so conclusive. citizens of Bradford county that I . . . ',. .500.00
.
beat in harware. J. E. Douglass, of Guilford.candidate Mr. J. H. Morris, of Atlanta will
DeWitt
1 C. Jones. did not the
.
General Reve
for member of the board complete the work for the Bank of: Back of the happiness of the season support

Rev. Olin Boggess,. of Lawtey pf public instruction from districtNo.2 : Starke. at Easter lies the hope of the l< Bill which is the bill which provi d"R .

! transacted business in the county seat attended the monthly meetingof soul, the augmenting certainty with for putting more license tax on most . .,. . .500.00

t Monday. the county commissioners here Percales and ginghams at Levito n Q. which man answers this question. It all of our industries of the State of

Monday< is one of the oldest of all questions. Florida and some parts of that bill One Cadillac Truck .$750.00:

1 Mr. and Mrs. :R. R. There, of. Anybody who doubts that oats can In the morning glow of time/by the ha\a been considered unconstitutionalof ; .

I Lawtey, visited relatives and friendshere We are sole agents for New HomeI be successfully grown in this neck fields of Egypt and the plains by the Attorney General I I -

i Sunday. I sewing machines in Bradford county. of the woods should see the crop Chaldea men sought to solve the I also voted against the !State Highway KLOEPPEL MOTOR CAR CO. .' ,

f i Johns Furniture Co., Starke Fla. grown by Mr. J. W. Andrews Sr., in mystery. The Indian talked of hunting Commission bill, which provides JACKSONVILLE FLA.. # I! ''
New
.
spring the
goods Leviton's. j| 33tre'I vacant lot at the corner of Walnut for five ;
Apr grounds and the man of businessin having State Highway Commissioners -
and \
'Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Davis of G i I II I Mr..J. H. and Madison streets. This particular Chicago and London drbys his appointed and one Chief Phone 4787.April ,' 1, ,
Hays family moved patch of oats is
ham, were visitors to Starke FridayaDd attracting papers on.his desk and finds himself Engineer and said bill further provides 10-2t. : :
from Surrency Ga. Starke last much attention by its rank .
Ito luxuriance
Saturday. wondering whether he will have J that they have $72,000 fo/their 1, I (
j week. This and uniform
interesting family; we growth. part or knowledge' in the life tit expenses'alonei: That bill, if it had I
,Mr. Cosmo Alvarez, of Jacksonville.9U'a are told, consists of 21 members' and r : j
visitor wand be welcome Everything in field and garden seed, will go on when he is gone. passed the legislature,. would have .' :,J V
a addition
to Starke to
Wednesday our : t
taken double the
population. Florida peanuts, chufas velvet beans, .. money out of the '
t .Thursday., Every true parent is desirous to State that all
peas. Garden seed in bulk and in Treasury of those other I .,

} r BOSS OIL STOVES-Saves I oil Clothing at Leviton's.In small packages. Hull's DepartmentStore. contribute what will add to 1 his child's twenty-two together would have takenout : GALVANIZED WELL-CURBtNG: j jI '. '

.: Jones'Hardware. Mch. 6-tf happiness and in a.large majority of I is inexpensive and'keeps the water 4

the account of the MurrheeGlisson I cases imagines it must be-houses and : While t feel that I might have msolid ode dean and healthful Light and easy .

Hon A. D. Andrews, of Raif off, marriage last week the Telegraph: The horse which furnishes the motive -, lands, herds and flocks, or aotelbank > some mistakes as a member of the to handle. Warranted tot give ''satis

! was in Starke greeting hb many was in eror in stating that Mrs. power for the Commercial H account. But how often this legislature I do believe that if the faction. Call or write, f

f friends 'Monday. I'j William Glisson was the bride's stepmother bus became frightened last Friday proves a transitory happiness, servingthe citizens of Bradford county will givethat QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.Telegraph .

,County when'in fact, she is the by a piece of paper blowing againsthim possessor only a day and then me credit with the good bills I I
a Commissioner '
C. A. Robert$. mother of the on Call street and ,started for leaving him stranded the
of Lake Butler young lady. on beach helped to pass during the last .
i attended the .
meeting i home.' He ran down Call street without helpless and hopeless. How much sion and charge me with the esad :
of up
the
, board Monday. I I Mr. Richardson EXPERT sheet a mishap but in making the turn better to bequeath him a well developed bills, that I would have quite a. number I' t

} Strawberry crates, cups and na"3*I(1 metal Hardware.worker.. Headquarters Jones' east of the hotel to go to his stablehe mind, thoroughly instructedn of the good to my credit ,$1.50 per year. i .

F Prices the lowest. Hul's Department i upset the carriage and partly demolished good business principles languageand I worked hard both as a committeeman -

t Store. Mcb. 6tf I i i! St. Mark's Guild of the Episcopal it. science. which will enable him-- ___ to n and in the house.. in favor of iifff.ftf .iftfffffii

1 Mr. Henry Freeman .1[church will hold an Easter food sale Cars of lumber arriving daily and I .successfully shift for himself and a all the pensioners. 1 also with the + CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING. .. +
came home this at' A. M. possession that will be his forever. help of others passed the Convict *
{ week from the Darby's store on Saturday we are better prepared than ever to i *
University of G ins- Our schools offer this valued legacyto Bill which ffftftf .fttt+fii..
vile for a vacation and restCounty April 11. Fancy cakes, salads, homemade supply your needs in lumber and build- ,, provides for improving f "
a candy and other good things ing materials. Quigley Lumber & your boy or girl and you had better the state land that is owned by the tF

Treasurer for Easter arrange at once'to send them the state in Bradford Croppers Wanted-I want ranters' or 1
F. NI| Andrews,, .your dinner will be on sale. Supply CaElders county, and while >
of Lake Butler, attended the meeting coming year, though you may not said bill provides for building the share croppers on my SO acre farm, a+.(1

;, of the county commissioners Monday. Mr. 0. J. Phillips the wideawakecorrespondent Burgess and Bennett of the leave.them a single square inch of state prison farm it'does not increaSethe located 2 miles north of Starke. '

,. of the Telegraph at Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day territory or a single penny in their taxes on the tax payers any at Will divide same, in lots to ''Suit.C. ,,

Embroideries at' Leviton's. Enterprise was a caller at this office Saints' have been holding tent meetings pocket. The knowledge that they may all Any improvement made at the S. Durling, Starke Fla. Apr 3tf

Major E. S. Mathews and Friday. Mr. Phillips informed us that for several days in the south- acquire here will serve them a far State Prison Farm is to be paid out

" A. Z. Adkins made a'visit to Senator' the prospects for good crops at Enterprise eastern' part of town and preaching better purpose than either. ; of the money obtained for the hire FOR SALE-For cash or easy pay- '
Lake
r Butler Tuesday in the latter's motor- ing. this year were very encourag- the tenets of their belief. The at There is absolutely no redeeming I ,of' the- able-bodied state convicts.I ments, six-r om house ,and two lots
t tendance has been tried in Starke, Fla. T. D, Proctor 533 '
car. fairly good and feature in gosip. Even after giving it a careful : s
r ,I considerable interest has been manifested true, we do study to not Riverside Ave., Jacksonville, 'Fla. :
f t Metal and wood frame window not desire to know disagreeable things vote for any bill that .
Judge J.: T. Wills Services s,
of
Gainesville are held at'7:30 would increase the taxes
screens; screen doors I t about of on the tax. t
fancy and plain. any our neighbors. Nothing ., ., r
was here
:
this o'clock
week to visit Mrs. Get our prices. 'Quigley Lumber & i every evening and at 2:30 pjn. is more demoralizing to.'a payers of Bradford county, and 'i -Aprill0-4t. :
Wills! : man
Ii. who has been here for several Supply Co. on Sunday. than; to lose faith in his fellows. fought,all bills that caried with them FOR SALE OR RENT! -Six-room r
weeks.
\ large house with shade ana fruit trees.
appropriations. And I would '
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. The man of faith and honor is not
j Rev. E. C. Bostick will preach mornIng Hemmingway ( thank any citizen of Bradford Ground for, garden, good water. .
BOSS apt to be county .i
OVENS-See moved to Starke from Fernandina suspicious of others and
" Jones' your cake bake. and evening in the Baptist churchon 'does who thinks I made a mistake in casting Cheap. Apply to W E. Davis,
:: not
Hardware.Mr. Monday. With them came their son, willingly believe evil The \
Easter Sonnday. Mr. Bostick is Mr. J. H. Hemingway and lover[ of scandal and immorality and j my vote at the last session of Starke, Fla. Apr j3-tf
family .
J. E. a graduate of the Baptist the legislature to tell
J. Wainright Theological the me so and I .
of believer in
the and their it alike
son-in-law, Mr. P. S. Me deficient in
.Wateroak section candidate Seminary in Louisville, of the Class honor and will assure him that if elected in the "OR SALE CHEAP-One secondhand
for 1 of : Millan, and family. This section of morality is the bane of
county commissioner, was in the city 1911. All are cordially invited to Florida particularly Bradford well organized society. If all gossips coming primary I will try harder to 4horse power gasoline ; en- tr 1 ,
!
Monday. these services.Mr. county, avoid such mistakes. gine, in first-class condition. Q iig-
than which there is no county in the could be quietly killed some morningthe -
Lumber
ley & Supply Co.
I feel that of the
one mistakes of
Pine J. J. state with : next generation of and
shingles at $1.75 Burton, of Jacksonville greater agricultural or men women

and. Quigley Lumber &; Supply per thous-Co. was here Monday looking for a desir business possibilities, is being rapidly would be happier. A case of hydrophobia the Senator last Bryan legislature Primary was BilL passing And the I WANT-purchasers or renters ,for t

able town in which to live and he discovered by homeseekers from near now and then starts the cry some good farms on liberal terms

P Miss Mamie Marvick is entertain didn't have to go any farther. He and far and the tide of emigration is of "Muzzle the dogs!" Death on the hope to live to see that bill repealed. D. E. KNIGHT. Starke.. 12-26: tf.

Ing her mother Mrs. J. N. Marvick. rented the A. Z. Adkins house turning in this direction. highways! There is death and mystery I want to further say to the citizensof ,
on
of Arkansas, this week at the Com-, East Madison street and will in the highways and byways and the Bradford'cbunty that on account of FOR SALE-Singer sewing machines,

Inertial Hotel.Springtrhe here with his family next week.move Mr. J. H. Mattox, of Guilford secretary homes from the poisoned tongues of the amount j> .work l,/have ahead of new or second-hand cheap. D.;W.

of the Thomas Truck Growers' the gossips. Let the voices me and as my mother is sick at my Manning, Starke, Apr. 3-5t ,

' year for best time in all the American fence. If quality and not Association, of Guilford was in the Muzzle the gossips." Teach the go children up home at the present time also know J_

styles. photos. 'Beautiful new quantity counts you will buy American cpunty seat Monday Mr. Mattox informed that gossiping is dishonorableand ing that the general public is very FOR SALE-One new Perfection Oil .

Bros. Studio.Come right away. Hoover fence. Law prices. DeWitt C. us that members of the asso-' that faith in the honor and virtueof busy with their.xrtra, work and do Stove and one small gasoline stoVe.

Jones. i ciaiton have planted about 100 acres mankind will build up society and mestic affairs I feet 41 little embarrassed J. T. Quigley. 313tfFOR -

y Screen this spring in cucumbers, Irish when 1 am dlfcining them. i
Doors hung just phone Mr.'Robert Demorest potatoes add to the sum of human happiness. ,
who is
Jones' me located watermelons take this method'of "$
Hardware. in Atlanta and beans. TheG. so king every SALE-Household goods Man-

purchased at present has recently S. & F. railroad company has built t BLAIR SCHOOL HOUSE citizen of Bradford county f .their day, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday

of County Lake Superintendent F. G. Schell, one of the an best interest theatrical in the Footlight, a sidetrack' already for the use o:f Mr. Hoover, of, Hoover Bro ., support in the coming primary, election afternoons. Mrs. J., M. Rising.

Butler attended the monthly in the United publications the association in making shipmentsof Starke, Fla., will be'at Blair schoolhouse and will promise them if elected, li.
meeting States and his """
:truction Of the board of' public in: friends here all many produce and receiving consignments Saturday,*April 18th, preparedto to serve them to the very best of my To Core Cold in One Day ?

here Monday. big hope he will realize of fertilizers, seeds and other make all kinds of photographs. ability. rake LAXATIVE BROHO.fiw&e.It: stopt the 4
dividend from the investment Couth and Hutted*:vA' ork* off the Cold.
supplies. Hours, 10 a.m. to 2 p.nr. I Respectfully A. D. Andrews. DTWTJU refnnd ate, 11'it fail to rare.E. t
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, : .... r. -- :TIE FO.RD.COUNTY. TELEGRAM '

-
frr -
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+ +,+ *.+ + + + + + + + + + +1 A HISTORIC BELL OXDEK'OF PUBLICATION NOTWIOP'IINAL DUCHABGK -
RICHARD
.' + U U* draft Curt MB MbUl Omit. 'NotlesIs hereby-given to aH concerned thatsIiioathe H. C. \

BnJhri ........ after date hereof I will present
CMBtr.
+ MRS. ELIZA HUSBAND + Prom tin G ..TIew to the Comtitution, ,,
Anal scton as administrator of the estate
Bradford Ccuty .... a Cszpsrsti.a. my
- 4. : Thin to Mill. of Sallie S. Chester late of Bradford flow
V8 Florida, deceased and apply to the fineral Insnraflce
, . . . . One would hardly expect to find an W. J. HUlBAB C* pu7. a .".rati... rt. .! county County Judge of Bradford County, Florida Well

1; The subject of this sketch,. Sister object of historic Interest In so prosaic BiD to BMV OM* urf Qoict Title for my final discharge.

a place as a New England mill- T. AH .... it kfmr CMMFO. Grttux J. D. BAXTER. t ,
Administrator of the Estate of Sallie & .
Husbacd born at Lucas-
; Eliza
: was an object older,than die oldest title of It appearing the sworn bill of complaintin Chesser. deceased. ; "Tbedtad'i HackDauhtlie

vile, Ohio, and died January 26, 1914, the English peerage an object made the above entitled cause that there are persons Jan 2-tim. Ireprwent none ,buS FIB8T-OLAS8.

t: interested in the property described in and will be constantly on '.b. best altrcwnd
; ; at Jacksonville, Florida in her sixty- before the English parliament was companiet .
the said bill of compia.nt and Involvein
"
., -. nin\h year. She was the fifth of formed. Yet such an object is in dailj this tujt other than the known defendants Grain_Privileges alen to promote, your iDee"-. 'Crtur- : Iey. t !used, writes J.A._

I eleven children; her parents, James ese In a factory at Saylesvllle; B. 1. It and that the names and residences of such antee oonrteou treatment to all patrons. : -Steelaian, of PattoaviJIe .

? Okey 'Johnson and Phoebe Jeffords Is a bell whose history Is a mbst Interesting persons are unknown to the complaint, and MONEY IN.WHEAT A well written policy by a first-claw !, "1 suffered

;. m- Johnson were descendants of some of oue. Around the bell, about that in the said bill relief is prayed against Puts and calls are the safest and terribly with Brer

,i the pioneer Scotch! : settlers of the four inches from the crown. is this superscription such unknown persons; surest method of trading in wheat, agent in a .first-class company some troubles,and could get no reflet.
". : Therefore it is ordered that all parties corn or oats. Because your loss. is times meanamuch in case of loss by fir
-M1 middle west. Her sisters and brothers : -:Peter l Secest: Amsterdam.Anno claiming an interest in the properly herein- absolutely limited to the amount r I Tbe doctors said 1 bad ecasunfption. ;

. living are: Mrs. George W. Taylor, 1203. me fecif after described: or any pan thereof underQ. bought No further risk. H. C. RICHARD Starke a.I I
could
: The W. Eobooson, deceued late of Alachua the most profitable not work ataH.
iy. Emden, III; Mrs. I. N: Austell, Pike- date. together with other well Positively way i
'
. : ton, Ohio; Mrs. Emma Rice, Lucas- authenticated facts. leads to the belle County. Florida or under Fred M. Lewis or of trading. 'Finally tried
otherwise and all parties claiming an interest Open an account You can buy 10 1
convent
,, H. Johnson Portsmouth that the bell was long used in a -
I Ohio J. ,
I ville, ; in the property hereinafter described, or puts or 10 calls on 10,000 bushels ;

i Ohio; J. Okie Johnson and William belfry in England and was taken any part thereof lying and being in the grain for $10, or you can buy both THEOFOBO'SBLACK )
therefrom for use -
public during the '
1 G. Johnson, of Washington, Ohio. County of Bradford, State of Florida, to-wit: for $20, or as many more as you wish. .,.
reformation. But the connecting link An advasce decline of 1 cent gives COFFINS CASKETS
Charles J. Husband NVi. except 13 acres on East side of S. or ::1
She married to between its life in the old world and the chance to take $100 profit. ,'
:
YOU
A. L. Ry in NE'i. of Section 1 ; NU. except And ft Full Line ofUndertakers'
of Naples, Illinois, son of Judge Robert its advent to America is the famous A movement of 5 cents $500 profit. I t
of NE of and .
EH NW% W& of NW% of Supplies
Husband, of Yorkshire, England, naval battle between the Guerriere NE14. of Section2 ; N& of NWVi and NW;4 Write for'full particulars and Bank

October 9, 1871. To this happy union and the Constitution.The of NEV of Section 12; N% o: Lot 1%, and References. Always on hand. The beat sere

: twin sons were born, Orville C., and Guerriere a helpless wreck, was all of Lots 22. 23: 24. 27, 30. 31. 32. 33. 35. First R. W.National NEUMANNNew Bank Building rice at the lowest prices. Special DRAUGHT

Orrin G. Huaband. The former is rolling In tbe trough of the sea, while ::16. 3';. 38 of Section 14; Lot 34 of Section 15
1
1 : COL'UMBUS, OHIO attention to Telegraph Orders.
;
her brave but defeated commander all > Township 5 South Range 22 East do .4
Address all mail to Lock Box 1420
; postmaster at Melrose, Fla. The latter .
Captain Dacres of the royal navy. on appear to said bill of complaint on or before !
I is.engaged in the real estate business i- the deck of the American frigate the the 6th day of April 1914 the same beinga I .Registered Embalmer and to my surprise, I got better ;?1
.
in Jacksonville! Fla. As to business Constitution. was offering his sword to rule day of thia Court: and that this orderbe P andamto-dayas well as anyinan."Thedford'sBlack i

I ability and integrity of character gallant Captain Hull. published once a week for 12 consecutive DeWITr C. JONES

these descend- The two officers had been friends in weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph a -
: gentlemen are worthy I
weekly newspaper of general circulation in 1cr G. C. Livingston & Co.
Successor is
Draught a
: ants of their distinguished ancestors. time of peace having often exchanged said Bradford County. Florida. general cathartic,

hi.spitalitu's at the Mediterranean WITNESS the Honorable J. T. Wills Starke, Fla. vegetable liver medicine 3
: Both are married to ladies of culture Juge of the said Circuit Court. and also my that

,.- and refinement. The first nineteen iK'rts. and now Hull's magnanimity; off'cial signature as well as the seal of this has been regulating irregularities C
shone out. I I Court this the 31st day of December, 1913. at

years of siater Husband's married life "I'll not take your sword. Dacres.? Starke. Honda. of the liver, stomach and
W. T. WEEKS .
1 were spent ir. Illinois. During this s-aUhe. "I l't'!, it." Clerk Circuit Court bowels, for over 70 years. Get p

time her husband's health failed and In the meanwhile the boats of the By R. A. Weeks. D. C.
: A. V. LONG AND J. E. FUTCH For Weakness and Loss of AppetiteThe a package today. Insist on thegenuineThedford's.
:; they came to Florida and located at1 Constitution were busily engaged; in l-S-13t Solicitors for ComplainantORDER
Old Standard tonic
I general strengthening ,
;' Starke. Afterwards they came to tniKiiHirtfja: the crew of the defeated GROVE'S ASTELfSS chill TO-"IC,drives out E-70

Melrose where her husband died January the ilwk: of the tit-tor. A midshipman FOP. PUBLICATION' Malaria and builds up the system. A true tonic
In Circuit Court. Hh Jud.eial Circuit, Brad- inj sure Acoctuer. For adults and children. 60c.
reported to th! first lieutenant I
? : -
22!, 1801. The last three years of ford County Floutla.
that the shii'; bell had been carried C. :AKarez, Complainant! ,
: the widow's: life were spent in Jacksonville ,'
away by a grapehhjt from theluerriere ; \1'0 ",'
;i Florida. Being a woman of ( and that there was no way Cosira.Aharez: Mrs. Florence E. Alvarez, CIGARS FOR EASTER j -...'',3,;0i'1,

lofty ideab, her life was lived on a of announcing the time to the ship'scftlIpalIy. etsl.II1 to remove cloud quiet title and correct or any other day in the year, thai

high plane. Life without the largest description in dc,'&!. will satisfy and please. It's hard to $.!
TO ALL WHOM: IT MAY CONCERN I '?
!4 amount of faithful service for others At that moment the Guerriere gave a GREETING: find a better Cigar than the 'J::1i;;

_t1 was an unthinkable existence for sflcce.-s.sion of heavy jilunxes, and the It arptar'ng I'f the sworn bill of com- A. P. H. Cigar.' .
'2lt. in the above that there ire '-
t! cauce
r others unthinkable existence clear! tones of a tine tell rang over the In fact there isn't better five cent ; :
was aa I' persons interested in the property describe a t-..,
water. I in tYis bill of Complaint! : and involved in this ".,
her. Thu and be
to same high order cigar made. Try. one you'll
;. prevailed
I "Go fct the englishman's bell" said i itIll' I cult other than the known defendants, and
in her religious profesion. For I the names and I"sid nces of such personsare so sure of this that you'll buy it PPPL.tlzelllood f' }
lieutenant to the midshipman.
nJ.rovnj to the complainant and that in v,
1 a number of years she was a member "There will he no further use for it onboard I I aid bIt ,,-lief U prayed against such Unknown -, regularly. ,' f.. ::

4. of the Methodist Episcopal Church, that craft"The rir..ns : Manufactured by j ..-
Thertfo' it i J ordered that all parties
South, where she labored and grew Uueriiere surrendered at 7 claiming a- interest in the property hereinafter .STARKE CIGAR CO.. ,

in the graces of the Christian life o'clock lu the evening of Aug. 1'). ISI:!. disc-Red or any part thereof under Starke Fla. ': .;!,;:
Joseph T. D.llaberry. deceased J. G. Alvarez 1
: 1 until death ended her labors on earth. find at S o'clock the same evening PcI I deceased or either of them or otherwise; &i.< C BEAD WHAT NOTED PEOPLE SAT 07LIPPMAN'S '
,11
Her ability to distinguish between the ter Secest's bell in sonorous tones ran:; all parties claiming! an interest in the propertyHereinafter ,'
ORIENTAL CARPETS. GREAT REMEDY-P. P. P.
out the hour on !board "Old Ironsides." described or any part thereof 1 :
true and the false in the religious lying and being in the City of Starke, Brad- 't
With the lapse of time the bell. amid ford County. State of Florida to-wit: Dr. Alldnxfce Ikfeney. Texas: writes: BebM'Solomoa. "of the Surunik Cn. "
world was marvelous. Starved SOMe of Those Made of Kashmir Wool "It i*the leading blood purifier.Or. ." I gregauoa. writes: Had seven attack of 11
feet and West
465 Eeast by 50 North
....; the confusion and debris common to a feet .WJ teUad.MeteaU G...prescribes I Malarial fever lasting from a week to teaItandwithF.P.P.completelicuredJ.
worldliness and and South. bounded on South by land of E. Rosemble Silk. .
multilated depravity great navy yard. became misplaced. Strongly j days. 1 took your medicine u a forion >
5* Johns. on East by Street, on West by W. who had offered fifteen I hope. but coulees > i
H. Davidson, now that 1.1'.1'.
never appealed to her; but religion lost its identity and was thrust care- line of SE'4 ofNV ., See. 28. Tp. 6. S. R.22 Eon Generally eukiiig. the carpets of yean with blood poison and sores. a real benefit. wu ::1
her North by land ofJacob Johns in the City of India can never excel those of.Persia
to than the
was mare abandoning lessly to oneslde. It found its to
way IT WILL HELP YOU, TOO-AT ALL DRUCCI8T8-IM
Starke. do appear to the said Bill of Complaint -
the materials USed in the formerare
et one's powers-committing of all of the scrap heap. was afterward sold by on or before the 4th day of May. 1914 as

a one's, powers to.the Lord's keeping the United States and finally came to the same being a rule day of thi court. not of tbe auie superior quality as F. V. LIPPMAN, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, .;
And this order be published once a week for those euiplo.vvd in the latter country.
.:. and, dedicating them to the precious rest in its present quarters.-Boston 12 consecutive weeks in Bradford County
Post Telegraph. The wool of which many of the best
a weekly newspaper of trenera! I
1 ends of the Kingdom. No new element circulation. published in said Bradford County carpets are manufactured is obtained!

Flor da. _ _
needed to increase ---
the
. : was ; AN ANIMAL !IN PAiN.It WITNESS the Honorable J. T. Wills, judgeof from Kashmir. Sometimes carpetswhich -
sweetness of the Gospel to her heart.} sad Circuit Court and also my official are luNtakeu for silk are reallyof 11

.. From the viewpoint of her faith life signature aa well as the seal of this Court an extreir.ely line luality of wool
Suffers Lest Than Man on Account this the 3rd day of February. 1914. at Starke. WHENEVERIOUNEED
known as "llllthm.Thhe is obtained
.
than shadow" Florida.W.
"I was more a "walking or of Its Low Intelligence.
I T. Weeks. Clerk Circuit Court, from the goats of Kashmir and ;growsclose
: a "dusty way. Her peace of mind I It Is a platitude that "pain is as one By R. A. Weeks. Deputy Clerk.A. .
to the Hkin. being protected by
and heart was found not at the altars feels If But that statement falls a S. Crews. Solicitor for Claimant. (L.S.)
Feb. 6-12t. the long and coarser wool. It is as A GENERAL YE1lr
TONIC TAKE
:. .of the wojld; but at the cross, where considerable way short of the truth. smooth and lustrous as silk and is used CR0 $

; : judgment was executed on sin; where, The measure of undoubtedly depends SHERIFFS SALE for the bt'untlfnll4oft shawls for which
as much upon realization. comparison Notice is hereby given that by and under
; love was manifested to unite Kashmir I is famous.

kind to God. There, where the streams man- and constructive memory as virtue out of of that and certain under writ the seal of Execution of the Circuit issuing Peculiar methods are employed by The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is Equafly'Valuable J

or God's mercy break into view and individual upon sensation.with the In most other highly words developed the- Florida Court in bearing and for date Bradford of March County 4th State, A. D.of the Indian wearer in converting his as a General Tonic because it Acts on the Liver, ',r

:; enter into- human hearts. She lived imagination enjoys and suffers wherein 1914 in O.that L. certain Thomas cause is plaintiff therein and pending L. C. original of working design from into a colored a textile.drawing Instead* or Drives Out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds'up "

; .- so that death had no sting. With most Intensely. though not perhaps doing Smith busines and B.under A. McCobbins the firm late and partners diagram the wearer has the pattern the Whole System For Grown People and Children :
name styleof
: great she stepped into the most violently. Pain and death are
courage Smith & McCubbins are defendants, I, translated on paper into rows of symbols ff
waters of the "narrow stream which terrible in proportion as one Is capableof S. B. Denmark, as sheriff of Bradford County.
.' them To Florida. have levied upon and will offer for each of which expresses the num. You know what you are taking when you take Grove' Tasteless chill Tonic:
divides that heavenly land from ours." relating to experience. sale to the highest and best bidder for cash on ber of stitches\ and the color. With u the formula is printed on every label showieg'that it contains the well knows4

., Her desire to be with the Lord children they are not terrible In this Monday. April 6. 1914. between the legal hours this written "keyin his band the tonic properties of and i
.- overcame sense. because children have small thence South 210 feet to the place of begin QUININE IRON. It i as strong as the strongest bitter)|
the desire to stay longer, so experience and even smaller ning. of Section; Eighteen Township Five. head wearer sits behind hi* subordinates tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for Malaria,'Chills and Fevers

she prayed: "Thy will be done." Like imagining relations. powersof of Sooth sale pf in Range front of twenty-one the Courthouse East. in containing the City I and dictates tbe pattern to them. Weakness, general debility and loss of appetite. Gives life and vigor to Nmsfofj

of Starke. in Bradford County Florida all of one' row at u time. all through the Mothers and Pale. Sickly Children. Removes Biliousness without
Frances porgicc.
;, Ridley Havergal, "she left In the caiie of animals the power of
the following described real estate, as follows breadth of Relieves
the carpet. nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the liver to action lilt
; messages for friends and gave as- constructing a memory picture and relating to-wit: Commencing at the South-East Corner ,
I These wt'ufel'lC-J't'nentlly small boys purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sure A ?
-- the conditions of the South-East Quarter of the North- Appetizer. Complete Strengthena ]
,
surances that God's promises are true same to present West Quarter of the North-East Quarter. and -sit In front of the warp strings and No family should be without Guaranteed by your Druggist We mean it.. Jtoi-i
Is probably exceedingly low. If not entirely running North 210 feet for point of be-
and the Lord Jesus is a sure fousda'tion a tie in the requisite number of stitches
absent. Pain to an animal einning: thence running West 210 feet: 31
iI \., to rest upon." rep- thence North 210 feet: thence East 210 feet: of each color as i-alled out to them bjr

-. The faith which made Christ real to resents au unpleasant experience one acre more or less with all the appurtenances the reader from hIs ciphered scrip. -...p
begun and ended sharply. It Is un thereto belonging. The same being r
her in life brightened the way in related. It has no social or moral significance. levied upon as the property of L. C. Smith These boys who perform the actualprocess
'. one of the defendants and will be sold to of wearing the pile follow day
,( d ath. Even unto the closing of the I It is not terrible in the wide sat'sfy said execution and cost SEEDS SEEDS
S l. by day the dictations of the bead trmn. -
gates of life's day her hopes in God sense. An animal lives from momentto S. B. DENMARK. .
1 Sheriff. Bradford Counhnorida. knowing nothing of the p-ittern they
: j grew .stronger and stronger. Out ofJite's moment. At any given moment its A. Z. Adkins, Attorney for Plaintiff are preparing but gradually buildingup POTATOES, BEANS, TOMATOES. CUCUMBERS,,
. happiness i* n quetcu! in the main of March 6-5t
; ., sunset and across its evening, physical comfort The caged skylark in a wl''hanlculway the carpet on MELONS ETC. Burt or 90 day Seed Oats. Selected *

... fgfntle winds blew; while heavenly (though it must not be that SHERIFFS SALE the stridgs before tbem.-Argonaut Seed Field Corn Cow Field Peas Velvet
c '" ", ;Stars were shining to brighten the supposed Notice is hereby given that I, S. B. Denmark or Be&nS-j
this Is any defense of im objectionable Sheriff of Bradford County. Florida Chufas Peanuts
Millet
- clo hg scene. Let us catch the spirit practice* experience none of the under and by virtue of a certain writ of execution TRIALS OF A PARSON. Sorghum, .jl:

; '.of the Seer of issued out of and under the seal of WRITE FOR OUR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE. I
Patmos. "Look upon misery of the caged man. It does not the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit ;
- the multitude which no man can num- know that its liberty Is hopelessly lost of Florida. in and for Bradford county. Efforts of Some of His Flock to Keep Reliable Seed for all crops. The oldest established and Iargest J
certain judgment duly entered in said seed house
I I iber, standing before the throne of It cannot relate its !/resent jwsidon upon Circuit a Court in and for Bradford county Him Meek and Humble. in Florida. i t

tGod. It is no sinless band from some to past experience in the way hi which Florida, on Do not be a parson unless you are DARBY & MARTIN j C
THE 7TH DAY OF MARCH. A.D. 1814 l
a prisoner can and must do. Thee blessed with of humor
cage a strong sense
distant planet; no tribe of angels that in a certain cause therein pending wherein t
,
. t Is merely all accidental obstruction Nelson W. Francis is plantiff and Joseph and a thick hide. advises an English 206 East Bay St., Jacksonville Fla. IS ...
John ..
saw; they came out of the nations .
Eckert is defendant which said judgment was
waich may at any moment dIMppedr.Sbould clergyman in Pearson's Weekly.I .
kindreds, peoples .and tongues duly recorded and entered on the 7th day of Feb6-tl : s
the bird stop struggling it does March A.D. 1914. in foreign judgment book was asked by a friend who had ,

- of the earth. Sometimes they almost 80 because struggling is unpleasant. No. 2. page 4. will offer for sale and will been offered a living near me to go and : -a
sell for cash, to the highest and best bidder 5 .
.despaired; but they came out of not because it is hopeless.LondonChronicle. the S S fj
up thereof and therefor. at the Court House in see vicarage and church and report -- =:

jt $31; and here they stand a saved Starke. Bradford County Florida on Mond- I did so. and the clerk showedme -I- d
day the 4th day of May. A.D.. 1914. between
; I '
mpany-a triumphant host. Clothed round. As we neared the end be
the legal hours of sale the following described ,.
I : in white robes with palms in hand, Hightly Practical. property to-wit: turned to me and said: h
- "Your business college for ladies LoU 2 and 4 of Block .8 in the Original
-
young "Be
yon our new sir If I
: ,breaking forth in songs of victory. Town of Starke. parson.
seems to be all right"It may make so bold?" I assured him irc
The said above described property being
: : .Mother is at home, in the company Is all right- levied and sold the of the Favorite
upon as property that I was not 1 be main glad to Fertilizers Coh
j f the redeemed forever." defendant Joseph Eckert to satisfy and ;
"Do you give the girls a good practical said execution and costs. pay hear that sir." be said with relief.

e.j; :' r"Redeemed '- business training?" This 3rd day of April A.D. 1914.S. "We've always had good uns so far!" 1J '

.t from earth and pain, "In reply to that question I can only Sheriff. B.of DENMARK.Bradford 'County. In a scattered parish 1 called upon 1c !

. ; .' Ah! when shall we ascend, say that CO per cent of our graduates Gorntofi Stephens PlantifTS Attorneys. an old couple about tea time. "Would

And all in Jesus presence reign, marry their employers the first year." April 3-5t you like a cup of tear the housewife .ct. ti

; With Louisville Courier-Journal. asked. 1 confessed that I should like J i(
translated
friend.
our NOTICE OF ELECTIONThe '
2 Board of Public Instruction of Bradford it very much. The dear old soul prepared ARE BEST i h(
c Plains of Argentina. County by ttw power vested in them one and kept apologizing because .
Funeral services were conducted at under Section 9L. Article 406 of the School g,
The roads of she had
the plains of Argentina Laws of no jam or cake. 1 assured
Florida. hereby order an election to
Melrose, Florida, from the home of hare deeper dust In summer and deeper be held for Boat Drain Special Tax DistrictNo. : her that it did not matter in the FOR S 6b

fcer son, Mr. 0. C. Husband. In the mud in winter than those of any 7 on the 10th day of April. 1914. at Boat least. "Well. sir. she said. brightening
Drain school house for electing three trustees
.. presence of the family and a large other part of the world. consequentlythe and to determine the number of mills to be "after all. 'tlsn't as If you was one ALL CROPSINDEPENDENT va

company of friends. Gentle hands wagons used on them have wheels assessed. of them that feed high. Any one can ar:

, ; laid her body to restin, Eliam Ceme- that are from six to fifteen feet in Ca-ter.Managers Perry of election.Newsom.Manning Griffis Steve see that Write for Catelogue.C co

diameter. F. G. SchelL Secy, and Supt of Schools. One more. A friend of mine bad got If
g4 the side of her husband en
tery by ; thereto Slarke. Fla., March 2. 1914. 3-13-5t
a Job for n man wbo had been for a -
1 await the call of the just. At the
Chilly Text long time out of work. I guessed he < !

t' grave was sweet ly sung: Mother-Tommy. what was the golden The Board NOTICE of Public OF ELECTION Instruction of Brad- was getting pretty shabby. so I lookedup I. : 'WI

text at Sunday school today? Tommy ford county by the Bower vested in themund..r a suit-we were much of a 8 ize- pr,

: 'j "Asleep in Jesus; blessed sleep (who lives In Alaska)-Let me see. Laws of Section Florida 91.. Article hereby orders 406. of an the electionto School and took it round. The man's wife itdi :

_4I ;:4 From which none ever wake to weep; Oh yes! "Y ny are cold. but few are be held for Thomas Special Tax Distret took it. and 1 waited in the room. FERTILIZER CS.

; .i1 A calm and undisturbed repose frozen."-Judge.A No.Thomas 28. on school the lOch house day for of the ApriL election 1914. at of ready to be overwhelmed with thanks. he;

Unbroken by the last of foes." three: trustees and to determine the numberof She c-aue back and'said:. t JACKSONVILLE J,
wise man contents himself with niilU to be assessed. ")1) 'iisknid: tlisiukx you kindly. sir. FLA. to
Managers of election J. H. Mattox. J. S.
doing as much good as his situation Pwiree. 0.A.. Douglass but l be d'ui't hold with parson's clothes.
WE
W. F. Jones, Pastor. allows him to do.-Lord Bollngbroke. F. G. Schell Secy and Supt. Schools. But if you've got anything us 'd suIt SELL SEED POTATOES eVe
Starke. P1.. March 2. 1914. S-lS-5t I ete
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f'tf4l' + + + + + fftf4Et44Ff41't in many years past and because reports + + + + ffffffftfffff 4

of pestilence .have come from +. +
J f: RATS t. distant countries far remote from our + U. C. V. REUNION +
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I tf lI f own. But distance is annihilated by t' ft FREE"

:j.: r. ttfffftff4Eftttt the intercourse of commerce Florida + + + + + + f4F + + + + ttt ALUMINUM WARE : .

; The State Board of Health is sounding already anticipates vast increases in Jacksonville, Fla., April 9.-This

(' a warning to the people of Florida its commerce with other corners of city's splendid public parks and play
,
-.'which it is well for them to heed care- the world with the opening of the grounds will be used for the comfortof

'. ,'fully and prayerfully and promptly. Panama CanaL Its ports are to be- the Confederate veterans and their .

: It is this: The ,recently reported come important gateways for ships friends during the reunion May 6-8, 4 s.t i aa.+ ewu
cases of Bubonic Plague in Havana isi coming from countries which never inclusive. r. .z;

r, the text. The people of the United before have traded through this The camp for the veterans will be J'
. States have a due appreciation of the southern peninsula. The danger of located in parts of two of the most

character and danger of this scourge, disease importation is likely to be in- attractive parks in Jacksonville. Tentsto iJIaj

but its occurrence in a country so creased through these avenues of com- ; the number of 1,000 to l,:OO will .,.

near and with which this country has munication, and greater vigilance than 'I'be pitched among the native forest O r. G .ism .
c
.
such close commercial relations, is a ever before will be imperative.This trees and shrubbery of these parks 2V m

suggestion that in the future constant is no subject of trifling import, for three days, where the veterans O .

and increased vigilance will be neces- to be dismissed with a shiver and then sill" enjoy themselves in companion- 2 xht t 0
forgotten. The experiences of the ship. ) 2
.sary to prevent its nearer apporach. V i ; r'p y
past are ample demonstration that no There has a
So accustomed have Florida's citizens been wonderful improve- 33TJ i
become to place absolute reliance action will ever be inaugurated by ment in the public park system of COH
Florida's citizens, individually or col Jacksonville during the ten
'in their health board to protect them past or
from the invasion of pestilence from lectively. Such initial action must be a dozen years. Not very many years i ,Y i 1I IuN O ,.
abroad, that they imagine this sage taken by the lawmaking bodies. The ago the city had but one park, con- i li q p"psi Z 1
State Legislature will not be in : I I t
body of men will, in some myster- ses- taining two acres. This was Hem- I 'j

ious way, be able always and foreverto sion until April, 1915, a full year ming Park, located ins the heart of m m __= = m
preserve these conditions against from this writing. The movement the present business district of Jack- m

all odds and in spite of their own in- should be initiated by the city councilsby sonville. Now, every suburb has a w- V yK r 4NaYa-AJ, a-4 uaram ea.G 1'y
the enactment and enforcement of park and children's playground that > Ysouneco
difference. It is true that under the >
direction of its affairs since the board uniform building regulations, adaptedto excites the admiration of all visitors. 30ro o
was organized in 1889, remarkable meet the conditions that will bring At the present time Jacksonvillehas ? 30
things have been accomplished. Yel- greater security for health preserva- about 100 acres in beautifully + r'

low fever has been robbed of its ter- tion than at present. kept and well located public parks o roro

rors for Florida and the periodical The city councils of Tampa, Pensa- under the care of an experienced % 0

visits of the disease have been stopped. cola, Jacksonville, Key West and other superintendent. In connection with fY V_ %

.- Studies have been made of mal- leading seaport towns, should takea some, if not all, of these parks play- o

aria, of hookworm, of smallpox and decisive stand and hand in this grounds for children are equipped and O

.other ,diseases, which have brought movement, and the sooner they do so well maintained. Dignan Park, and ro 01 /
the sooner will a wise for =
provision Springfield Park at- -I '
immense good to the State. But more are especially
the asfety of Florida's citizens be tractive and modern. It is along the %
than all the board has been educat- a ors w h'iu. ,ra r ZF
begun. sides of these beautiful parks that i' -e.a
realizationof
to
ing Florida's citizens a .
the Confederate will be located.
the conditions that are peculiar camp
the climate and which arise from the CRUELTY TO ANIMALS.The During the past year a beautiful v ataallitMRte'0 s>sDon't '
monument to the Daughters of the rgdlletia' .
relative location to tropical countries,,
1 Old Time Custom of "Plowing at :
Confederacy has been erected in
and this education has begun to show the Horse's Tail." Dig- r
results. nan Park at a cost of $25,000, said .
appreciable Animate seem to bare no idea of exercising
to be the handsomest monument to
With such a record the warning to keep warm. They just turn
I from the State Board of Health should their backs to the wind and croucb. southern women in the entire south.

attract the careful attention of the but perhaps if one bad only a limited This park is provided with various

press, and through it of the people amount of fuel it would be better justto amusement devices, and during the forget the demonstration
whose welfare is, or may soon be, at keep a spark alive till the snap was summer nights free motion picturesare April 20th to 25th. .
over than to burn it all out in a few provided for the public. Athletic ,

- stake.The history of the plague makes it hours.The first legislation against cruelty to games are also a specialty. All are invited: Come in and see them cook. A souve-

! one of the most to be dreaded scourges animals is said to have been an enact- Among Jacksonville's public parksare
: that has swept over continents and ment passed in the days of Queen Riverside ,Park, Springfield Park, nir for the ladies. We want you to see the set of Alum-

. devastated nations since the world Elizabeth prohibiting "plowing at the Fairfield Park, Hemming Park, Dig-

began. Its appearance usually, if not horse's tail." as then practiced in Ire- nan Park, Oakland Park, City Hall inum that with these If '
Ranges. do
land. Park LaVilla goes will
x always, has been sudden and mysterious Park, East Jacksonville you you
This custom consisted in lashing the Park, and others. The city has built

:! of the, and ways ignorance of its in transmission past centuries has plow bit of beam rope to and the then borne while tail one with man a these parks at comparatively small buy a Range just to get the Aluminum Ware set.

i! been unable to stay its progress. held the plow, another walked backward expense. Low lands and swamps have
" Modern( knowledge of the ways by before the animal guiding it with been filled, converting practically There will be a factory salesman here for the week
! which it is carried, has made men less blows cf a stick. It seetus as though worthless land into some of the finest -

y helpless but has taken away but little this plan! must have rooked the plowso parks in the country. The conserva- demonstration who will convince '
; of the awfulness of such an invasion high! into the air that the point tive value of the public parks of you that this is ,one
would take no hold on the soil It Jacksonville is $3,000,000.All .
I Present day science has discovered seems-also as It only the:- must spiritless of the best IF NOT THE BEST
F t that the transmission is by a germ of equines would have submittedto of this great improvement work Range sold. _
this has been done in recent years and ..
; which is carried by the flea, and the treatment but that it was frequently -
flea finds is place on the hide of the i I done the act against; it proves the extension of the park system is DE WITT C. JONES ;
} rat. The,rat is carried from the infected The cruelty of the practice needs no a part of the policy of the city govern- ,
i country to other lands by the demonstration: it could not have been ment. The residents'of each of the

ships of commerce, and from the profitable, but was perhaps preferable nine wards of the city are in close STARKE. FLORIDA .
wharves and docks it spreads to the I to starvation.: : Whether the English legislators touch with some public park, and while "

homes and haunts of men, and thusa I f were ruOsol ply by pity of the parks are ornamental to a high

new. infection is started. Thus, if the desired miserable to make beast a market or whether for English they degree they are useful to the peopleas ::::?

the rat the wharf rat be banish- places of recreation and amuse- ---
can plows and harness docs cot nppear. 3 2"
ed-better still, kept out of Floridathe From "A Farmer's Notebook" by C. ments. It is not an uncommon sightto DIRE RISTRESSIt !

danger from the plague will be E. D. Phelps. see several thousand children playing MAKE YOUR OWN!
mimirued. in these parks in the. shade of is Near at Hand to Hundreds of LIVE DAY BY DAY.I ; s k

Studying the progress of the dis- I JOHN LEGG'S PLAIN! TALK. forest trees, enjoying the many devices Starke Readers. I heard a ,.voice; at evenng: softly PAINT ;

aese ia the past and noting its present -, --_ of amusement that have been
say: I IOU will\\ SAVE:
locations, it is not improbable that in.I Made In an Advertisement He Put In supplied by the public.In Dcr.'t neglect an aching back. "Bear rat thy yesterday into tomorrow I CO els. PER GU.
the future, more or less near, Florida I' the Paper In 1837. addition to the public parks of Fackache is often the kindneys' cry .;- h
Advertising in the Sim threequartersof the city, there are a number of at- for rats. 1. SS'
help.
will be forced into an active fight to Nor load this week with last MW*, "- I
protect herself. The Board of Health, a century aw was worded more picturesquely tractive private parks in the suburbs Neglect hurrying to the kidneys' aid week's load of sorrow. 1 \ f I Buy 4 gals. L.C&M.Setai- ..
thin it is now in some respects. where people find recreation and en- Means that urinary troubles / Mixed Real Faint $8.43 h
be
efficient as it not be may Lift all burdens
may may thy they ito
No bid; type was used but the as come And3g3)s.Lr .3ed0i1 I
able to meet the situation unless it tertainment. The suburban parks are follow.Or .
'
advertisements hit the mark withoutits nor try m:x wit.dt 2.13
has the active co-operation of Flor- aid. It is to be doubted if some of reached by trolley cars in a few min- danger of worse kidney trouble. To weigh &e present with the Makes7gals.raiptforij .
ida's citizens and lawmakers both in the advertisements which appearedthen utes' ride from the center of the Here's Starke testimony.Mrs. by and by.

legislature! and in the bodies that could get Into print now for they I city. J. J. Chaplin, Thompson St., One step and then another, take It's only $1,50 per gel

make laws for its cities, especially for were outspoken to a degree which During the Confederate, reunion in. Starke, Fla., says: "I had a distress- thy way- The L A: M. S II-MlxrD I
REAL PAINT Is
PlaCE
its seaport towns.In would offend modern susceptibilities.For :May, additional provision will be madein ing kidney weakness and my back Live day by day r. ZINC and LINSEED: OIL-Us UHIIE: best boo LEAU.: via ,
times of peace, prepare for war, example here is an advertisement Jacksonville's parks for the pleasure ached nearly all the time. At nightI -Julia Harris May. paint materials for 100 >'ears.
which appeared in the Sun of May 2G.1S3T Use a eaU oat of any you Dcy and< if not th e
and in view of the situation that is and comfort of the veterans and couldn't rest comfortably, and in the test paint made,then return tae paint and ett

not impossible, not improbable, it To:Shoemakers-10 Kackmen Wanted.- their friends. In :May the parks are morning whep I got up, my back. t.111oW' money bath _
a-bloom with beautiful flowers lame and weak. Doan's I DE WITT C. JONES. :
is wise now to make war upon the The subscriber gives the highest city and was Kidney
rat before he comes bearing infection :wages for good work and begs; those tropical plants. Artificial lakes add Pills, procured at the Starke Drug
worthies who would filch him of his stuffs Starke Florida
from some plague-ridden land. And not to visit him. It would be an agree- interest to the surroundings, while in Co., (now Mitchell's Drug Store), removed -I I DR. L J. ADAMVeterinary ,

the way to prepare for the receptionof able surprise to him if John Kemp. Thomas nearly all of the parks there are many these symptoms of kidney complaint -*
Pragle. Isaac Morgan and a few others liveoaks which furnish cooling shadeto and I have since enjoyed good Surgeon
,
the rat is to build so he will findno would bring in the work they have so i I
reception at all, so that he cannot L long "forgotten" to return. the visitors. May Day festivities health. I can confirm my former en-

find lodging in those places and The trade JOHN supplied LEGG.cheap 164 and 8th good.avenue. by several thousand school children dorsement of Doan's Kidney Pills and

surroundings which he now infests- "Kackmen" seems to have gone out will be postponed until the reunion say that I think as highly of them as

and finding no hiding place he may of use completely. It Is not give in dates and given in one of the largest ever. I have used this remedy oc- IiIi. j

not land or may be the more easily any of the modern dictionaries' but one parks for the entertainment of the casionally since giving my former
destroyed. of them has ."rack a baby's shoe." veterans and other. reunion visitors, statement, and it has helped me

The wharves, docks, warehouses and which it calls shoemakers' cant. who are expected here in thousands.The wonderfully."
homes, especially in seaport towns In the same number of the Sun T. May Day festivities will be one Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
Baxter of S Fulton street advertisedthat
must be so constructed that the rat of the most attractive features of the simply .sk,for a kidney remedygetDoan's
be wanted broken bottles but he !
can not enter them. It should be a did not state his use for them. There reunion entertainment program. It Kidney 'Pills-the same that -I
law of the State, reinforced by are several advertisements for men to will be especially pleasing to the old Mrs. Chapin had. FosterMilburnCo. ,t .

municipal enactment, that all wharvesand go on whaling \"oyages.-New York soldiers, for whom it is being ar ., Buffalo, N. Y.
warehouses shall be constructedof Sun. ranged. All diseases of the Horse, "
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cement, with smooth, solid foundations Alaska's Coast Line. Cow and.Dog treated. RUBMYTISMWill .

and walls through which the The Fog Peril. The coast line of the mainland of Have your Hogs vaccinatedto cure Rheumatism ,
One of the great conquests of science Harvard's First Building.No Alaska is more than eight thousand .your
rodent can not gnaw.his way. The for human safety will be the discoveryof man now U'lngan describe as miles in extent. greater than the entire prevent Cholera. Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps,
houses, outbuildings, stables and some effectual means of disclosingto an eyewitness the crudities of liar Atlantic coast line of the Gnited Have your Cows tested for Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and .
garages, should be constructed of every ship at sea the approach and yard's first building, where the ground States. The roast: line of the main- tuberculosis before using milk. Burns,Old Sores,Stings of Insets '
stone, brick or cement, and in frame position of any other vessel which may floor was devoted to academic uses religious land and contiguous inlands is over Prompt attention given to Etc. Antiseptic Anodyce,used in-
buildups and foundations should elevate come near in a fog. So far the fog and literary exercise and the four times as great as the entire coast calls day or night. lernally and extersa"y. Price 25c. T.i
the buildings from the ground peril remains as deadly as it ever was. purpose of refectory kitchen and but line of the United States. I .
In conditions tery. while above were Mudenu quarters Call Stable, apposite Starke '
the changefor I Prevent
and the sills and floors should be some rtpith.i To Blood Poise l1tf
co\erel the worse. The growth: of commerce mere cells of the rudest sort. Something of a Curiosity. House. I inot* at once the wo>iderful aid: TtUable:' Jt.I k
with metal
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proof against increases the number of ships The building was far from weatherproof "'''h.t: nude you send our friend. STIflE, IL031BA.: I roRTEJt'SA.-nISEI'TICHlUU OlUt r..t- ", -
entrance of the rat. which traverse the seas. Every year and more air than liht was admitted Mr. DuniNliaN the Russian alphabet?" I peal tossing that' relieves paitt and bests.ILC4 at i 3

Incidentally, such construction the water highways are more fully occupied. by the windows, which were "I thought it ought to interest him. he same time lsotaliniment1k.Soc.. .- ,:
would add materially toward fire- and the tendency is toward a only partly glazed oiled paper serving replied Miss Cayenne. "It is the only I II '
procficg such buildings, would lower I I higher average peed. Nothing ran be elsewhere to let is a few of the sun'- I thing I ever heard mentioned that be r. II'
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insurance rates and would be productive seen through; a dense fog. Nothing can rays and keep out the "coarsest of the I did not assume to thoroughly undeistand. '
of cleanliness be heard with sufficient distinctnessand cold." Artemus Ward slid when he ."-Washington Star. I' Bradford k
greater and chamber County
Jtealthfubess. certainty as to distance and direc- hung an old! hoop kirt over his ;
window the country hostelry in
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tion to meet the demands of safety. Evolution.Little
But the banishment of the rat and midwinter.Not { :4- ; _
The best fog signals in use repeatedlyfail Tommy Tucker sang for his
to keep him out must be the price of to avert terrible dis3sters.-Cle\"e- even the most rudimentary of supper so sncceWuIly that friends Abstract CompanyA { .t# :
table was supplied, at the .
even equipment 1 'r.
approximate security, just as laud Leader. raised a subscription and educated him ..." t
eternal vigilance is the pries of poiici- and college fork eating were tarried room. by IIi each own student knife for grand opera. Now be sings nnder ccmplete record of Bradford'Countylandk\ ; ,- Y

cal liberty. We are lulled into a feeling Cures Old Sores Other! Remedies Won't Cm. when he went to duuer.; and after he the name of Signor I Tommasino Tuck- .
of security because Florida has The wost cases,no mattcrcf how long standing, i bad finished he wiped hem on tLe tablecloth erino and is a famous lion.-Pitts- !I Land Titles Real Estate .nvcStment' ):
had no visitation of devasing disease are cured by the vonderiul, old reliable Dr.' .--Dial. burgh Post. i .17 -
Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieve i ....
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Interesting >Beta Gathered During the Week by Our "No String,"

Regular Correspondents. '

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LAKE BUTLER. RAIFOU1) sands of smokers, all inclinationfor

Rivers, Colonel Futch, Lacy Mr. L Morgan and Mr. W. S. Nobb,
; Charley tobacco but STAG.A ,1
any
'" Hunter and Percy Jones went over to of Brooker have purchased the livery f it i i ,/ r,; t +
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; Raiford Sunday to attend the revival I business of, H. ,F. Gaskins, and will "" h
inStant
fact is Stag's -
significant
: conducted in the Christian conduct same as heretofore, Mr. Morgan -
being
meetings
r.1 ; J- Evangelist l House. being manager. appeal to o4! smokerSmenwho

: -I. church by Mesdames W. H. Harre'll Lind.C. B. to
$:. has had long settled down I
barber
local ,
I; L.; Mr. Loadholtz, our Cason spent the week-end in Jacksonville ;

installed a new billiard table back of with relatives.Mr. something else. f + Nj

i+ his barber shop. It is already being A. D. Andrews and daughter w

well patronized. It will be remembered Miss Nannie, drove over to Starke These wise old critics are per'P' ; --b' -

'' that Mr. Loadholtz lost most of Wednesday of this week for the latter haps the most enthusiastic of all. :f ; ,
dentist.work done.
to have some F J ta Ul
': e'' his equipment in the recent fire. Mr. N. Padgett returned for a few 1 .

f u Mr. Percy Jones, another of our days this week from Glen St Mary, Convenient Packages : The Handy Half- # f

Y.Y t local barbers, is leaving town. He will where he is temporarily residing. Size 5-Cent Tin the Full-Size IP-Cent Tin, the Pound ? .

i' to New Orleans. He will be met Mr. E. N. Falsome made a business and Half-Pound Tin Humidors. and the Pound Glass
go
trip to Jacksonville Wednesday of this Humidor. IIIIIIIIIaUU
: by his brother at Shreveport, La., week.
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on his way. Dr. Seber King, of Lake Butler, paid

It is said that the barber shop Raiford a professional visit last Tues- lllllllllllNlllllllll 1!

vacated by Percy Jones will be taken day.The wr s
Matrimonial Exchange was giv-
who is well
by Mr. George Thompson,
en at the school auditorium by Lake
here. Mr. Thompson has late- ,
known -u
Butler talent last evening. The play
.). in Tampa.
ly been employed
in and
was a success every particular

Mr. Charley Rivers'seats busily for em-the .I'was witnessed by a crowded house. For Pipe and CigarettetVERLASTINGLYGOOD .
ployed making new
Dr. W. F. Farnell made a hasty"business -
church. From the appearance tP.J.orlll4nl '
Christian
trip to Jacksonville last Monday. ''I ,-"\

of the pattern, they will not only Mr. D. C. Cason took his. daughter, IuaN II A\ '
': comfortable.Rev. Co. -Eit. 1760 % ityr
be neat but : ter
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Mrs. Johnson, who has been ill for
S. S. Proctor has been on the .. .. __.......--="" '. ...,'. "..._!'..!' .
several months, to Starke for treat-
sick list but we are pleased to see ment Thursday.Mrs. .

him on his feet again. He was able J. A. Brooks and Misses Sallie ++k

t : to preach twice on Sunday. and LOutha:-Walker, made a shopping "
.; is being pre-
A splendid program
trip to Lake Butler yesterday.A .
people of the !;;;-
pared by the yoang
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party composed of Mr. and Mrs. TOBACCO
The title of the
4 ,Methodist church. Clem Purvis, Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Far- Jl ,
Next Sunday being [ V*.
piece is "Victory. nell, Miss Edith Roberts and Mr. W. .ryyyr,, ,: ;r
) services will be held
Easter two T. Rich, went to Dowling,lake for a
in the above named church. The r'M
fish fry yesterday and their
on return ,
service begining at 10:30 and .
.t morning
reported a delightful time. .
service beginning at 7:30.
the evening Rev. Ernest House, of Ft. Worth,
I Rev. H. Logan will preach on the Tex., is conducting a very succesful LAWTEY UNCLAIMED LETTERS I: CARD. TO THE PUBLIC' ;.'.

resurrection of Christ its verity and series of meetings at the Christian Mr. J. C. Cone was transacting busi- Letters for the following persons :,' Editor (Telegraph: Please allow i"-
will be.led ness in Jacksonville .last Friday. *
significance. The singing : : *-i
by violin and cornet. church. The new pastor, whose name Mrs.: A. M. VanDyke was a visitorto remain unclaimed in the Starke post- ";space in yaur1. paper to annottMej' "
has not yet beep learned, will arrivein 'Ir3
+:? The Civic League play, "The Matri- Jacksonville Saturday. 'IiK office: the voters of Bradford,comity list|
the future to take charge of '
near .
monial Bureau," was greeted by a the church. He will reside at Starke Mrs. Olin Bogg&s was a''visitorto Ladies-Miss Estelle Andrew, Mrs. Will not be a candidate for the,< ',

Raiforditea and will have the Christian church Jacksonville Monday.Mrs. Allie Davis, Lula Hawkins, Miss Maryto pf county commissioner before
Geo. W. Brown,and daughter, *
I there and also one at Maxville. Hawkins, Miss Ruby Kelly, Miss June .primary.. I also want to ,
e; preciation of the production. Miss Louie Belle, were visitors to '.
.t Mr. Otho Mizelle is on the sick list. Quite a number of young people, Jacksonville Thursday. Emma McKay, Mrs. M. M. Moore, (the; voters for their rapport b

S He 'was compelled to leave school from Lake Butler, attended the Ernest Dr. John C. Wills, of Starke, was Mrs! Amy Sloane, Mrs. Bertha Wil- past and for the many voluntaryof <
House revival meeting at the Christian help in base I should becoaecandidate
where he is taking a normal course. church. in Lawtey on professional business liams, Mrs. E. S. Williams, Mrs. Hill i
i last Thursday. in the coming primary ,
He is rapidly improving.Miss J. C. Byrd visited his son, J. E. Browning, Miss Mary McVarn, Miss C. A. Eober&t
Nellie Logan is also on the Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Smith were
Byrd, at Worthington Sunday.A. vg Nines Miss Nettie Robinson --
Merry t J ,
visitors to last
: sick list, having been confined to her Kingsley Sunday.
L Crews visited his parents'at ". BERRY SHIPMENTS S
bedrom since Sunday. Messrs. E. T. Pearce, A. H. Harley, Mrs. Fronie Williams. "'"'
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ita Rev. Logan,preached to a splendid Dukes Sunday. S. Cline, L H. Hill and R. B. Jackson Gentlemen-M. L Bradley, J. W. I Many carloads of stravixajwere ....*
Messrs. William Powell and Abb from'
shipped Starke.last
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! t congregation'at New Zion Sunday were visitors to Starke Monday.Mr. .
on
s Brooks, Lonsie Diser, E. S. Driggers, :
Syboten, from Starke, were visitors and it was' thought by many;.
morning. and Mrs. Geo. R. Beach, of -
here Sunday. Lester Glaston, W. KT Kelly, James high water mark had been i '
V A letter received from M. J. S.Fagin Minneapolis, Minn., were looking over .. '
announces the fact that the There will be an appropriate Easter the farming lands in this vicinity the Mazon, Eddie Phillips, A. W. Richardson for this serson, but it ia'e ...

new Racket Store in Chiefland began program rendered by the young peo- first of the week. J. L.; Robinson, Henry Gordon, that the shipments for the.j
ple at the Baptist church, also an week larger of
egg are than those
yk I with.very good business. May it continue hunt. rJ. Mr. Lem Sapp, of Raiford was a Kilgore Seed Co., Louis Miller, R. A. .'.
week and better have p.
prices
Bro. Fagin. J. J. Mattox has resigned business visitor to Lawtey Tuesday.Mr. Philips, 0. G. Robinson, W, H. Sham ;
as manager ed week the price fort
: We are sorry to learn that Mrs. D. Hicks, of Waldo, was trans- all ,. average : .
of the Eureka Mfg. Co. here. He David Williams. week being $8 crate.
her ill in bed acting business in Lawtey a
. and on day
Flynn baby were :
is succeeded by A. S. Taylor, who has .J
"> last week. !
Sunday. May they soon recover. been with the company here for sever- Telegraph $1.50 a year. Telegraph $1.50 a year. '
A sheriff's sale was held at the al years. VERNON JONES Mr. 0. L Mizell, of Worthington, .!;"?

office of Bird of was in Lawtey Wednesday.Mr. I _
Judge on Monday morning K W. Mann was a business visitorto Candidate for County Treasurer I
,5' at'10:00 o'clock. The articles were Bradford CountyENTERPRISE J. N. C. Stockton, of Jackson-
; Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. ...,.......................1NNNN. .N.......
ville
candidate for the U. S.
the household effects of a man who 'Senate, -.w
,7 Abe Mattox left Monday'morning -
didn't think it worth his while to pay I was shaking hands with the citizens
the doctor, yet had enough money to for his home at Folkston, Ga. Rev. D. L. Phillips filled his regular i of Lawtey and surrounding country
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BosinesssFinns Starke
T. B. Handley and C. B. Cason wentto Progressive In $
..; pay ,for things unmentionable. Some Starke Monday. appointment at Alachua Saturday and i, last Saturday. While here he was
2 think that the doctor prevailed to explain of the ,
people money Sunday. upon some "
II. 1>. Andrews went to Jacksonville
: t, 'or is for the convenience principal planks which he has nailedto
no ,
money Readers of the their
brother will find it
Sunday. Mrs. Debbie Phillips and Telegraph to |
; '' the people. So he is, but he must his platform. He spoke for nearlyan
Miss Ethel Adkins is the guest of 0. J. Phillips, were visitors to Starke ad vantageto trade'with the firms
1i live. A physician told me recently J. C. Byrd during the Ernest House hour to quite a large and interested rep-

t that had he been able to collect onethird revival. Saturday.Mr. audience. resented in this directory.
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of what is outstanding he could L. H. John J. Vincent, of Fernandina p
Futch Hoke Smith
'y and Louis. SAPP . . . j
'F ;. ,. have remained. Many a good man is Taylor, who are attending the Normal. has accepted a position with Mr. J. D. ???YYYYYYYYYYYY.AA???AA..;,. &
in and to There was preaching at the Sapp ,
debt a good man debt is a at Lake Butler Phillips.A I 5
spent the week-end
g worry, but an honest man will not with their parents here. fine crowd yeas present: at the school house Saturday and Sunday ............-.......+<......1 I I
engage in luxuries while he owes. Enterprise school house last Tuesday and a good attendance. Elder W. A. ,
Misses
Gertrude 1
r \ The preacher, the teacher, and the and Ina Crews, of right to hear the socialist, Mr. JohnA. Rouis, the pastor, was there, as it DRY GOODS. :;:. FURNITURE
Long Bridge vicinity, were here shop- 4:;:.
his tim .
doctor need better treatment from the ping Saturday. Currie, of Texas, who is a fine was regular ..........................F:
hands of the W. A. Rouis, J. P. Raulerson, Hanse
people. When they get speaker on.socialism.. I:
r it they will do better work.' Telegraph, $1.50 year. Justice Eunice, ClintonRowell and Sweat and John Groves made a visit I I.. "'"
That brother I I to the home of Miss Flora P. Sapp I ,:.
good who sent you the the coon hunter went hunting the :.
+ article "Election" is all Saturday.Mr. J. W. MORGAN <1. FURNITURE r
on right Tell other night for coons. Let the boysgo ?:. '

him I said so; it may encourage him on with the good work. J. -R. Stafford attended his ** Ladies Headquarters Ready-to-Wear for Goods **.:. and almost anything elM 1. z -

to write something else. His is the Mesdames J. N. and N. H. Normanwere singing class Sunday afternoon at.the Dry Goods Notions, Etc. *>,i might wantHULL'S '

right idea of the subject. x ,visitors to.Starke Saturday. stone school house. He has a large \?:. of

I We have a little fellow down here Messrs. N. D. Carter and 0. J. class in vocal music. ii\::.. DEPARTMENT'STORE;

1 whose name is Blake; he is a wonder. < Phillips visitors.to Lawtey Sun- Mr. S. Dugger was a visitor in our ..........................1 i '

This morning I found him painting a J. midst Sunday. '1: .

buggy, striping it and rubbfng it day.Mr.. O. J. Philips was a visitor to Mrs. J. W. Mann attended the sing- ", BUILDERS' SUPPLIES 'I,

down in the way the finest work is M X Raiford Monday. ing Sunday at the Sapp school house. .........................*,i;:1...

done. He can paint or kalsomine a HAVE YOU xy\\ Messrs. Crews Wainright and Oscar Mr. Charley Wainright and Quincy ', c
house Rosier were visitors at the home of DENTISTS
tidy up an automobile, draw McCormick were visitors to Lawtey ': ,

pen and ink' work, or wash-work for CATARRH? I a n lbreathing Sunday afternoon. Mr. J. P. Sapp Suday afternoon. % 'i

j half tone engravings. Just remember __ Strawberries are moving from herein :Mr. J. P. Sapp was visiting at the Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. t,

t this. If you want a cut for the paper impaired? Does your throat large shipments now. home of J. P. Raulerson Sunday.Mrs. 0 Dealer Inv "': ,

he can do it, and he is an Englishman, get husky or clogged?. Jane Sapp is spending the ,;

but is in America for keeps. Modern science that NEW,RIVER week with her son, J. P. Sapp. | Builders Supplies Paints, Oils, DR. U. G. TURNER r.

4 Mrs. Dekle is having a high board these symptoms result proves from run Mr. Robert Andrews was transact- :Miss Laura and Maggie Griffis were Varnishes Plumbing., Concrete, .... DENTIST"Edwards

fence put up all around her property.Mr. down health. Snuffs and vapors ing business in Lake Butler last Saturday in our village Saturday. :.

A. H. Williams and his are irritating and useless. You Mr. E. W. Sapp is on the sick list Estimates Cheerfully. Furnished. :. BuildinI

daught r- n-law were visitors in town shouId build your general health Mr. B. J. Sapp and son, Mr. G. W. this week with chickenpox. . .-:
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Upstairs Post
on Tuesday. Mrs. Williams is superintending with the oil-food in Scott's Sapp were visitors to Starke last Fri : 0 over :

the canning club'this year. Emulsion-Hs nourishingpowers : ,
will enrich and enliven day.Miss Era Crews, who is taking a Wher Kelvin Slipped. .......................... .r

A CARD TO THE PUBLIC the blood, aid nutrition and as- normal *course in the Starke high Great !' -sw-ieiitNt though; he was, the .. ';.................

Having disposed of my interest in similation and assist nature to school, visited friends and relatives late. Lord Kririu' sometimes failed 'tod I I. REAL ESTATE. .f. '

-i. the Inter State Life'Insurance Cdm-I check the inflammation and here last Saturday and Sunday. > s-injple: addition On." on or subtraction a blackboard sumswrrtrlljr. atGlasuw ........................,. :. .. NOTIONS.

i pany, of Gainesville, Florida, I do not heal the sensitive membranes Mr. Robert Swindle, of Live Oak university: he made two andtwo i9.N/N4iN1

. i!' S now hold any official position in said which are affected. Fla, visited relatives and friends here tire and heartuR the delightedlauuhter "

company M,." .' i4c Scott's Emulsion last Sunday. of the '<-ln. hastily altered COMER L PEEK !I.... .K+. .+$+

fps. This April 4,'1914. will raise your Tax Collector. B. :M. Dovrlin, of the fire to a' tLrt't'. Ou another ocva- tt ; tit yon
is it that when
Perry M. Colson, Gainesville, Fla. standard 0 f healthto Starke, attended the New River siou beaiiI! "Seven times nine Mr.Marfarlaue. Q Florida- Real Estate, Land and *, In Why need of Notions .

'y4 P, S. My health is better than it correct catarrh. Literary Debating Society kst Fri- \ are a hundred and what?" $3> ?' Ready-to-Wear Goods,
has been in ten Mi Shan (Pause. "Bur.:no.ontiuied the set Timber Expert. $ $ Novelties Etc.
years.-P. C. alcoholic mixture day night. you .'
and insist en SCOFFS Sheriff S. B. Denmark putNlsei' tunes nineannot be :i & 33 e. go to :f ;-__
of Starke hundred years Experience at i.
and
Starke. .
., i'-74 ; iIIi. thill;. fur the square A .STUMPSThere's 4.
h, a \ 'Telegraph $1.50 per year. '' '
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: Jlt.OO'UIElD. oNJo.J': a last Monday. root of a utiuun-d is,it'lL'! .1:; A Reasoa.
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