Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01965
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 17, 1914
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01965
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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tabIilIIiId 1879 Subscription, per year, $1.50; six months 75 cents, Payable in advance. .. .

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of a given locality gives one the ." iIi....,.... .". ...P-::%,. \tt:1 Council met LI regrlirisereen
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same impression; one receives. ., present, S. Matthews
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have asked me for a general description : '. -Y''>' :--:{' 4I I I F.:..:" ;.;.-...:?J- ',:..,,. '..<::(', >:,., thews, ctairmu ?'. W. Af Jrews, Jr.3. .,- '

of this part cf our county I will }.::",< .: ., f*a 3 ;:#fctfJ07&y I .:" ;,"': :,x' .7 I A. Bran: N. D'; Wdnri Jht. -* .

try to set dawn the facts that might $-1lj.t; t9f);. ,.:/ ': I: t....f. ...; .: :. 3.in ,
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come to make a personal investigation .: ,.JJ< : ...... ;: -, : -t. :f.- L I
they .. '; :..:-It..' .Sj'lt.': .' .. ."" w :''rn- ;) t Motion t.:! 3r.J: Wainri<'it, second
they. caI1osay that the I .:Vji'L: ., ;,'b:', ;,. ,t.. .'. .,. '; y I I 4.. .,4-1, ,. : ..i" ; : : >:: "+. ." '\. II I I. .. ,'.f1.' ; "" '-".""-" .. ,' a o1i.tio1.: cf
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Bradford ,county. Florida, and fifty 'T' .,."..' ; }
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miles west from Jacksonville. It is ; !I I .. .wry ,'7'....y i jf. I '
I ( 1&1M Hlwtfii.1a I ::- ;: ';'. :::<-0> .J tic; as mesiber: v> the council.. Upon '
at the junction cf the Atlantic CoastLine i ..' iif" .....' ''ff. :r. '. ;4 ;. .;"'J.<."! "
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and the Southern d t ii 53s'i K l > < .t. 'M"i'; ;
Georgia a= |1 u *: 5'yi'iJi'T: __ i ;- .' ..... i'
.. ,.. .... I jfT* ir Honda railroad: which gives us -w" -- i, .,_..' t._.. _. -, __..._.."",'."-,__ _.nT'..:.:"",.i"":. EIiQ'1 cf.
ample shipps? facilities. Population Gen. J. Thompson Brown, Richmond Ma;. Gen. Ca'e! Harrison, Los Angeles, : a s-itctssor to
Va., Ccrrrnandsr 3Ir. Z>--T "it.> :, deferred, to next .1
about 1000. We-have a :Methodist, a Virginia Division' Cal., Commanding Pacific Divisioi

,Baptist and two Christian churches, U. C. V. at the acks nville Reunion I U. C. V., at Jacksonville Reunion in meeting. -, .

also a splendid high. school brick in Msy. ,May. The time for ejecting! taxes was

t buildp, erected at a cost of about :. .: ? extended to May let

1 eighteen thousand dollars where an 1 tffff + + + + + + + + + + HOXOR ROLL. Tax Collector SHas. Kite reported

excellent school, with acre than three 1 + + collection for Mach;; ,

hundred pupILi maintained for eight :+ CUTWORMS +; Pupils Who Were Perfect in i Rent from'school loaxd___-___$_' ..OOI

months of the year. + + 4 Deportment. Fines =- -__i?__ __ ___ 61.00
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Th.e surrounding country: is level I Licenses __ -_ ___-. U- J-00 e
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with .numerous. ponds that offer There are many species of, caterpillars Primary Greds-Ollie May Green, Taxes __ __- -__..;..._-_______1.838.31
abur-dott water! for stock. that go under the gsreral name I|Margaret T Ht -n, 'Itsa: Sap: *
There of cutworms. They hide darinsr the 'Lois Williarss Scsa RufFeaI -
are a number of lakes Leviton Total collection fur Slareh ?1,393.31

I throughout. the county from one to day and usually a little below the 1a. c e. 'xs. I Edwards Don Hoover, Joe Sis trunk, Treasurer A. S, Crews reported '

.surface of the ground, coming cut at Cams .
three miles across and two or three -'-'-''' -'-' u..r''l''qtl '''utfUU Manning, Hugh Brownlee?War bond

mall liven traverse the night to feed on whatever is to be I Jacksonville, Fla. March.-Jacksonville and Ouvai ren Graham Charlie Bischoff Brooks, cash on : .
county nave a
l I IWi General Fund ___ _______ 305.46
These, with the lakes afford excellent 'had. When disturbed their habit is greater number of miles of good streets and roads than any other city and 2.Ils. --; .. -
to curl county of like population in the south. The streets of I I Interest _4 ___-,.._______ 788.00
'fishh g Jot the disciples of of Old up and "play 'possum" fora Jacksonville are modern I First Grade-Blanch Chase Irma
well paved thoroughfares over which it will Road and Bridge _. 1.084..32S
a pleasure for the ; ------
time. tomatoes first vet '
'Isaac "Walton. Water for etomofie are set Stilley, Lois George Lena BIa .
,- erans and maids and sponsors to parade Sapp r _._. __ 5
out cutworms during the reunion in May; while "' Sinking Fund _. 0.9-1
some eat off the
is obtained from wells from young out in the suburbs Sherrod.
:purposes and throughout the county miles of good roads will be Waterworks __ __ _______ 196.41
,twelve to twenty-feet deep. We have plants just above the ground. Other found where automobiles may be driven at high speed. There are many I Second Grade-Willie Agen Julian .

i good, soft freestone water. 1 species crawl into the larger vines picturesque spots along these roads, among palms, liveoak and holly and a i Canova, Charles Darby Leon Kite,I i ..
Total on hand., ___--$2.9. .1t.: _
profusion of
We have no stock law and all stock I and feed on the-young fruits. These flowers. Jacksonville and Duval Bounty are alive to the be... .Wesley McRae, Nathan Prevatt,, '. :
fits of The bills
good ordered1paid .
street and were
f irun at large the year around. The are called "climbing cutworms. The I lAnrrenfe Srmmnna, LeRov_un.. _Strptart_n_ ,I ... *

.summer range Is good. "While not so moths< as a general rule fly at night, Eugene Turner, Elizabeth Brownlee,, E. S.: '
and I mem. Council __$3.CO
are grayish or brownish with Rearl Carter.
good in winter cattle usually make FETE AND MUSICALE. AUTOMOBILES: WANTED.The J..W.
Andrews Jr., >nem. Council :3X0
wings and Third -
a Grada
comparatively Jessie
.e>ut to live through. They are in poor !There will be a lawn fete and musi- Confederate Veteran Reunion f Baisden S. A. Bryan memo Council_ 3.C0'N. i
and heavy body. When at Ethel Griffin .
condition whes Margaret Long Ella ..
spring opens. Very rest the cale held at the Commercial Hotel Association is making a grand effortto D. Wainright, memo Cojnefl_ 3.00
wings are folded back Manning i
overthe ,
few people feed their cattle I Dorothy Edwards Earl I
during beginning at o'clock handle the meeting in JacksonvilleMay A. S.
eight on the Crews salary.--___ 7.50Ed.
body and arched to '
a !'oo Bischoff Joe
the'winter Mosley Herbert Selen
although :it could be done I' evening of Friday May 17. 6,7and8.In Burnsed salary dad f --53.00 '
Tnatment"When fields known Thomas tambaugh Clifford '
.at a Ira
relatively small cost by raising are conference with Mr. Allen
Wm. Foor Silas
The following entertaining musical Kite salary ad fee.52.00
velvet beans to be badly infested with cutworms Rape.
:lave to shift and for Japanese themselves cane.: Hogs I r they| should be plowed as lonjr 'in program has been prepared and will president, last week, he told the Writer Fourth Grade Walter Thomas E. E. Canova, Mayors fees____U.9
a good that he wanted to enlist the J. R, t
be rendered in the of the auto- Davis and Co., premium
: the advance of setting out the parlors Harry Canova, Edna Gnann Melba on .
sjartof year whldi ought to be crop as hotel mobile men for service. It is anticipated bonds ., a
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is possible. This will cut off the foodsupply
changed. That the farmer
pays that
more a great machines Jas.
many from sad
( Sasser: salary _
fees __40.67
than giving his and cause the worms to starre Program. Sixth Grade-Aileen Alvarez Mildred
hogs proper attention. -
near-by Florida and Georgia J. L.
towns Warren phcne!
or leave the fields which they wffl Superba H. Englemarm-Qeo Mitchell Bell, Jessie Forsythe, Henry ; rent___ 1.75
This section
was settled nearly a will come to the city. There are goingto : C. A. Futch
Itsndred have dec -at the endof a few weeks. and Florence Canava.o Gray, Ella May Long Doris Scott.
years ago by people from two very attractive automobile Silas Kite
common taxes ___50.CO
If Sweetheart Waltz
it is not possible desirable C. W. Kern-
or tt
Georgia and the CaroEnas and the parades. The flower Eureka '
parade or GARDItiER'S Fire Hose
JUDGE Mfg. Co fire
plow the land in Florence Matthews.By COURT.
( so long advance
present 'inhabitants the parade of the official
are children, ladies in attendance hose .
another method is to .distribute in Moonlight--G. Martaine-Henry following cases were disposedof -308.7T
grand-children and greatgrandchildreg and the parade of the W. L.
veterans. Wall chief
and by County Judge Gardiner _10.00
over Gray Canova.
patches the surface of the plowed Levy during ---
of the first settlers. They have The first. named on the 7th and the Morgan
the I firetian
week _
Down past 5.00
field (week or more before transplanting The Stream-T. Oenrancg: -
iatermarri -
until almost everybody veterans on the 8th. At Chattanoogathere Wm. Moitt, fireman _
the tomatoes lei Hazel Brown. Harry Roberson colored, embezzlement ; ______ 5.00
) cabbage
II akin to everybody else. So the were near 1000 machines m Wm., :Miner: fireman
tuce or ether .succulent vegetation Humoreske-A. Dovorark 3tisGraff s guilty $50 and costs, or four r 4.00
newcomer has to be careful when he which has the ladies parade. It was simplygrand. months in the chain Ab. Syboten fireman, 5.00
been gang. -
units to talk about w'neighbors. poisoned ty dipping .
Wm. Strocd
it into Silver W. M. Guile, colored, selling fireman 5.00 .
Paris to 50 Spray-Chas. Drumheller liquor,
They green one pound
are a plain, old-fashioned l os- Now you men of 1914-Who bids to Jay Alderman fireman
guilty ::5 and _
gallons of water), or the bait croo Hazel Brown Florence Matthews and $ costs or 60 days in 5.00
pitable drive his
people farming in the in this
most honor Roy Turner
same jaiL The fireman ___
can be (as recommended Smith Ella May Long.SingSing judge imposed a light sea -t---- 5.00 .i
old by )
way their grand-fathers: &i and I able service? It seems to this old I Wm. Wainright '
tence fireman __
sprayed with the poison before Robin Sing Dorothy upon Guliie on account of his 3.00
bare bat a poor opinion of the modern cut veteran that such an invitation would 1 I I A. A.
r age and infirmities. He is Wainright, firercan ____ 4.00
methods of ting. This will need to be renewed Edwards, accompanist; Vivirette old and
farming and stock rais bring an overow of offerings. Cliff .
nearly blind and Chancy, fireman ._
ing. every two or three days. Itofeonr3e. Floyd. I not be sent to 5.CO
They have done well Then how about
so long giving "The Rcbt.
your i the and it would be Gray, Jenani __ 5.60
as the long staple (Sea Island) cotton -. should be placed in the field toward Melodic F. Thome Ella MayLong. Fathers of the Confederacy" a "joy I gang a useless ------- s
to the
evening. The expense ; county to confine him -
brought remunerative cutworms, finding: moth ride." Unto of
them it
prices but : many will be in'the Total
ing else Sweet county jail for a long period. -- -- ---------- 5S3S.64 .
to feed Thoughts G. MartaineEthel -
for the past few it has on, will eat this their last ride in
years a the
not sold parade aver Road and '
for material and be lolled. Griffin and Dorothy Edwards. Robert Flemmings, concealed weapons I Bridge f usd. i
more than enough to pay expenses age age of the confederate veteranis J. W. Andrews & Sen .
Elves pulty, $100 and costs or 4 monthsin fcaulijg$3.00: !
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of A Play-W. Lege-Miss Pacing's k
t cultivation. C'rotton (long poison bait that has been used 75. After the reunion in Jacksonville thr Silas Kite for
I Streets
PSISTJesce 1.85
u ftapie), sugar cane eats, sweet and satisfactorily by truck growers in ., K Hussars Leonard-Florence what? Who can tell if there Hell's Dept. Store
Ejrd, concealed street work
Canova and Cieo ; weapons,
Irish potatoes, Florida is made by mixing bran with will be another.
peanuts and ever
velvet and
tried ; fencing .
by jury and ._
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Refreshments will be for sale ---- -- --
i teas are the crops raised. Paris green in the proportions of one on The prospects are that the event R.
Lottie Mccre moving _
colored fjaice __
the ]awn. selling liquor, 12.50:
While strawberries have beegrown n pound of the latter to fifty pounds 1914 will mark sigh tide. After Ma ; W. L. Wall moving house17.50!
for several of bran. It should be mixed dry and Admission to musicale, 15 cents. All 6, 7 and 8 comes the I
years around recession. T S t Q-.rl fz'.ey Lbr. &
Supply Co.
Tuesday Deputies Baisden and
; material

Starke and in other sections then moistened with enough water (to proceeds for the benefit of Starke sad, truly sad.
none I and tabor ___ ant
Dyal brought in eight colored gamblers 11
High School fund. I r----
were. planted here until two years which little sugar or syrup has beenadd I have promised Mr. Foorto give t from Hzmoton and Sheriff Denmark -J C. S. Austin, street w;rk'_ 9.00
oThey are ) to make the whole All are invited to attend, enjoy asocial I publicity to the I
being shipped now and mass wet suggestion. and man rounded three colored I J. S. Mercer, street work ;
up sports ; 6.00
a*. bringing good prices. but not sloppy. A little of this evening and help a good cause. out a plan of |t
They have can organization of as All Wm. Tropic
I many i at Pte fcrd. these offenders received street wcr !..__ -1.35
Cream and cake -
old at from twenty-five to thirty-six be placed near each plant which it is on sale after 630. local clubs as can be interested in his;I < the usual fine of $1 and costs. H. E._Lagergren surve Lne_ LsO

centj, per quart. There will probably desired to protect. The worms seem -- work I shall be pleased to hear from.,; W. F. Mott, san.. work____ : 16.80 ''

lie several hundred acres more set to prefer this bran to even green HAZEN-CONNER. 1 towns in Florida and Georgia that are I' CHURCH CALLS MINISTER. -

GUt'lint falL Strawberry growing vegetation. This remedy can be used Mr. T. C. Hazen and Miss Marvin I i interested and to plan farther for.I Evangelist Ernest House of :Max- Total $16S.71-

puts money in everyone's pocket. The when it is impossible to use either of Conner were united in marriage Sun-the service. vile has accepted the pastorate of Council adjourp to ceit--

jfrotnaa With four or five children can the two preceding ones. It will require day afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home Benj. W. Partridge, Chairman. I I the Christian Church at Starke and meeting.. regular.

nuke five or six dollars per day pickID about ten pounds of the bait of the bride's mother, near Brooker. State and Inter-State Automobile preached here to two large congregations C. A., Fitch.. Clerk. *

and packing them. Growers per acre. In New Zealand they use in the presence of a large number of Service Committee, Jacksonville! last S'mday. He will preach .

sometimes realize five hundred dollars! salt instead of sugar or syrup in the relatives and friends, by Rev. F. B. Reunion 1914. I I again one week from next Sundav. WHAT WE NEYER SAW.

Ptraere| net. water with which the bran is moistened. Johns, of Starke. How about you automobile men oft both morning and eight The Sun-: An exchange says: Oor attention

It has been demonstrated that our Just enough salt is used to enable Mr. Hazen is the S. A. L. agent a i,1 Starke? Will you form the first club. day: school at the Christian Church has been called to the fad that

lands are well adapted to growing one to taste it in the water. Some Brooker and a young man of manyt I t for'service? has been greatly increased both in I never saw a'baldieaded wcciaa. Well we -

Irish potatoes. They sell at from growers prefer to use cottonseed mealarnl sterling qualities. II I attendance and in interest since the what cf that? There area good ,
three fifty to six dollars per b instead of bran. In this case thev Mrs. Hazen is the daughter of]I* NEAR ACCIDENT. I II recent revival meeting and the attendance things we ne ver saw. We never sawa

Bet to the grower. use about a teaspoonful of Paris Widow Conner of near Brooker and['!I near-accident occurred at Ee new:'; at the regular preaching woman sit on a drygocds box and

Leon county is shipping hundreds green to a quart of meaL has always been a favorite among, Bradford County Bank building JIon.I .,: services last Sunday was as large as surround herself with fihty pools of

oi gaDpiu of milk daily that sells for 0. L. Jlirell, Special Accent her large circle of acquaintances.The I day. A large section of the dental! the attendance on Sundays daring the extract of tobacco spreasd: through

Jf thirty cents 'per gallon and cannot for Demonstration Work. bride looked lovely in a gownof coarse was elevated to the top of the revival. her: teeth.. We never one fishing
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half supply the demand, and weeouId whit satin draped in shadow lace wall at the southwest corner of the,I with a' bottle of twit cj her hip

do the same and have the:advantageof Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Foots and Mrs. and carried a bouquet of bride's roses. building ,and was being placed in i'I,I Rev. L W. Kickliter preached last rocket sit ca the damp gOEcd and go

a much shorter distance onurket. the 1L J. Fonts of Plant "C".ty. were in The groom looked manly and hand position when it toppled over the Sunday at Panial church, near Paatping home drank at night. W* never sara

Dairy farming would pay Starke the first of the week lookine! home in the customary suit cf solemn edge and was prevented from eras ka. 'Ir. Kickliter will be the regular I women yank off her coat,.give her '

Well here, as there is black: to the ground by striking the derrick! pastor cf that church for the
no place where j after property interests here and vis- coming 1 I pants a high, spit on he? handy and

.t; tees i. ____for'.f cattle An: be more cheaply ,, iting relatives near town. They left The happy young couple win reside)I and by the prompt action of two employees year. He says that the farmers ia I swear she' could whip the |;.igsest nun -
-?' +. :for Fairbanks' Wednesday to, visit at Brooker. who steadied the big block that section have the'best outlook in town Coins to think: ,.:f'it, th re '

., (..Ccntined on Page 5) I: relativesthere before returning here e. while a third man secured.it with, a for crops of Irish potatoes and water j I! area good saw i things $e sever saw ; j
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*. $1.50 per year. melons that have had for .' jJ
i years. a woman do, and don't want
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rrHOLD- Chinese Suggestion That One Person 3 Equals-
YOUR ORDERS FOR Should Do' It All.
e j t As a rule a dinner conversation is A startling statement bill a true one in this case
III AMERICAN seldom worth remembering, which is a One teaspoormil of medicine and two pounds of .Writeforatrialpacktte

FENCE WILL BE IN ABOUT APRIL 25TH. pity. Man the most sensible! of all your own ground feed (cost about 3 cent' equal, f.b TDee STOCK 4
CAR OF AMERICAN animals more readily leans to non -in what they do for your animals and fowls,-two also our 321 MEDICWL,

AND I WILL SELL UPON DAy OF ARRIVAL sense than to rational discourse. Perhaps pounds of any ready-made stock or poultry tonic ted book rJlrxprice UIusti
( 25 cents). There you are I If you don'tbelieve its uses. Address:
PER MILE. CASH. words be as
AT flow of
$89.00 the may
:I 1346 x 12 FENCE it, try it out I Buy, today, a can of- Bee Dee Stock Medicine
ORDER.SO YOU WILL BE ,SURE TO BE steady as the eastward flow of the Company.
COME IN AND LEAVE g YOUR SuPPLIED. DO IT NOW. Yaugtzekiang In my own country but STOCK & POULTRY Chattanooga.Iran.
I Bee Dee
the memory remains only a -

Hardware DeWitt C. Jones Lumber / / of a vague umlefined-what? The MEDICINE 25c, SOl ID4 $1.1ICr CQ

conversation like the flavors providedby buses li tee tade-Hita it raft......t. At your dealer.

the cooks has been evanescent Pos !

Why should not hostesses make as
ffftftttffttttft- : courtesy. But, being supported by WEIGHT OF A BODY much effort to stimulate the minds,of I
slavery, it went down in the flames of their guests as they do to gratify their .. -=,

f'f REUNION I war and suffered as no other social How It Decreases as It Goes Above or palates? What a boon it would be to '--

CONFEDERATE his- Below the Earth' Surface. bashful sitting next to a IPAYING
+I system has ever suffered in many a man
f world: Out of the wreckof Everybody weighs more at the sur- woman with whom he has nothing in TELLER_ 1i
fffftftt + + fttftf tory of face of the earth than it can at any common if some public entertainer
south has emerged
Jacksonville April 9. Southern that system, the other point. Its weight diminishes da during the dinner relieved him from
with a new order, but the same ideals. it is removed above the surface .;>
interest or be- to
,; : again taking an the necessity of always thinking as "J,
circles are
social social military and The south glories in the past and is low It As it rises from the surface what he should say next! How much

in the great meeting, that proud of the, present. It is proud of Its weight dtrreases in inverse ratio to more he could enjoy the fine dinnershis i

sentimental annual its women, and has no fear to enter the squares of the distances from the hostess has provided-and as for /
t together a crowd of from 75,000 center of the earth. As it
I bring them in any beauty show on earth. descends the woman what a number of suppressed '2 f
people to do honor to the below the surface Its weight decreases
to 150,000 The Confederate reunion, in one sense, yawns she might avoid! !
ex-Confederate so\dier-the reunionof annual beauty show of the directly as the distance from the center To take great pains and spend large
is the
the survivors of the Confederate of the earth.Thus sums to provide tasty food for people
already -
southern states, and this year, as
a body weighing 100 pounds at who cannot enjoy it because they baye
armies. state, it is to be held in Jacksonville the surface of the earth which is
The reunion is to be held this year approximately to talk to one another seems a pity.
the southernmost of the 4,000 miles from the center the crowd and
Fla. May 6, 7, 8, in- Let one man talk to
at Jacksonville, cities of the Atlantic coast would weigh only twenty-five
I that the large leave them leisure to eat Is my sugges-
clusive. It is the first The social side of the Jacksonville pounds at a point 4,000 miles high. At tion.-Wn TiI? Fang. Late Chinese

t ; ex-Confederates have selected Floridaas reunion will be participated in by rep- twice the distance it has onequarterthe Minister to United States, in Harper's .

the reunion state, and uncommon resentatives of all southern states, the weightIf : Monthly
interest attaches to the meeting here we drop the same body half the A
and few western com- /
the south. Owing to border states a distance to the renter of the earth or .
and throughout CLOVE APPLES.
1 the comparatively early date of the monwealths. There are sixteen divisions to a point approximately 2,000 miles / DOLLAR BANKED

y' and of the United Confederate below the surface It will weigh fifty i
reunion, the divisions, brigades Spicy Odored Ornament That Were
Veterans' Association, as follows: pounds.
made their appointments Once Quite Common.
camps South Carolina, North Carolina, Vir- The reason for this Is that at 2,000
and maids early, and these The manufacture of clove apples,
miles from
the center the is
sponsors Lou- body on
ladies compose the social side of the ginia, West Virginia, Maryland, the surface of a sphere of 2,000 miles' common in the days of our grandmothers UNTIL.OIJiEEDIT

J. the isiana, Tennessee, Florida, Alabama Is very simple. You can take an
known as radius.
are l
L reunion. They
Kentucky Texas and sounder and t V
Mississippi, Georgia, apple, the rounder
I official ladies, of the meeting, entertained What causes weight is the mass of
'; such and courted by the Oklahoma, Missouri and Arkan- matter combined with distance from bigger the better, and 'into it sties A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME presents itself. All that is netted faa

as of the south. I sas. Each'state sends large delega- the center. A globe of 2,000 miles' cloves as thickly as possible with only little cash. It is the man who has BANKED BIS SA7QQS
entire social fabric the heads showing and forming a close
and tions of young women to the reunion,' radius contains one-eighth as much who can take the immediate advantage.
The origin of the sponsors continuous surface all over. Put It in 1
selected with regard to their social matter as a globe of 4.000 miles' radius -
maids custom at Confederate reunionsis the size of the earth; therefore a drawer or on a mantelpiece or TODAY. :
familiar. Twenty-odd years ago a standing at home. In addition to the i only one-eighth as much matter at, whatnot, and time will do the rest. START AN ACCOUNT t

state delegations, the commanderinchief The clove apple becomes dry and curiously -
Mississippi camp of Confederate has his own official ladies, chosen tracts the body, which. If mass were hard maintains Its form perfectly If yon already have an account add to it andbe: prepared for the tom'wa:j J
Davis the
'Winnie only factor would 2,000
veterans apointed Miss at miles '
daughter of Jefferson Davis, sponsor from the south at large. ,/There are from the center weigh one-eighth as and acquires an approximationof opportunities that are often offered yon. < ,
carefully protected. eWe
reunion. Miss Davis, in turn, three departments, known as the much as at the surface of the earth Immortality -- -- -- .... "
at a of course from accidents and children.
Army of North Virginia department But It is also only half as far from
appointed a couple of he r young The latter, if memory serves were I
Army of Tennessee department and the center a! friends to be her maids of honor. wont to annoy the grandmothers, of your
if distance were the only factor would ,
incident intended at the timeas Trans-Mississippi department. Each clove apple days by decapitating the i
\i This weigh four times us much as on the .
department appoints maids and spon- cloves or, if especially mischievous by
for the familyof
a temporary surface. Four times one-eighth is one- BANK OF STARKE
all reunions. at of them till it out .n
sors and sends them to working one came
became custom, half therefore it
Jefferson Davis, a ; weighs half what It
f The of the covered whole Either achievement when discovered -
in the scope country by would at the surface.
and now every organization these has about as it alwaps was soon caused E. S. Matthews Pres. Ted H. Cashier
; United Confederate Veterans' Asso- many organizations Tow suppose we drop this body to Indignant oratory always and "wrongstories" Halligan, -
and maids half the population of the United the very renter of the earth and see
ciation appoints sponsors not infrequently.
;:: States hence the interest in Con- what it would weigh. All the matterof
ladies must have ; The exact of the clove np' --- --
: of honor. The young purpose
the earth is now outside it and can '
an older female head along with them, federate reunion is always wide exercise attraction whatever pie, whether it was valued as a curio }|
i spread. Society circles in all of this no uponIt as the source of a pleasant, spicy 1'1 1'1or I
'. and each organization appoints a ; therefore it weighs nothing at alL- I i I
interested in the Jack- odor, the present commentator does
territory are
... chaperon and Confederate matron of honor.Veterans sonville reunion, and the event will rew'ork World.DISCIPLINE. not remember if be ever knew. In J. R DAVIS I &CO. :
;; The Sons value however, it ranked well up with
their bring here one of the largest crowdsof
j following in the footsteps of AT SEA. the shells brought from foreign strands '

'. fathers, maintain organizations in young people ever assembled in by seafaring husbands and sons, and !

\l' every (southern state, and hold. their'reufiiOtf 'I'' the south Florida appeals to the Penalties sad Privileges Aboard ShipIn both were about equally durables New

dates. They young, because of its flowers and its Former Days York Timw.
l on the Same
and maids of honor.I wonders-its poetry, its song, and its Some remarkable advice to seafarersis INSURANCESTARKE
Rl: appoint sponsors
'' closely allied, attractive history. Rivers and ocean, given in an old Portuguese book published A Busy Man.A .
1' The two organizations,
gulf and bays have interest all their for the guidance of mariners. customer of a large downtown
therefore, send to each Confederate Among other things it deals with the
t. tailoring establishment was getting
own. The palm and the pine,
t; reunion several hundred offi.cialladies, rights of captains to assault sailors service out of a suit of clothes he had
and and hundred other forest
selected from the best families of the holly, a and the methods in which the attacks not paid for. Statement after state- = ,= FLORIDA -

I south, that stand'' high in the social trees that abound throughout the are to be legally met ment was sent to the customer and
state as nowhere else on the continent The sailor advised to bear
scale in their communities. No meeting was calmly finally a letter informing the man that

r4 anywhere in the world brings together invest Florida with an interestas any verbal abuse that an irate skipper unless he paid his bill the matter Y

number wide as the nation. Greater interest may hurl at him, but if words passedto would be put In the hands of the company's -
' at one time so large a
ladies attaches to the Jacksonville reunion blows he was to run away Into the attorney. That awakened the
e of handsome and accomplished bows and firmly take his stand beside
than to recent meeting of customer. lie hastened to the store .
r? to be entertained by the city in which any the anchor chain. and demanded to see the head of ,- ,
the Confederates and -
preparationsare -
t. the reunon is held. The entertainment Should an infuriated master armed the company. lie asserted the only

f ,y.';''" of these ladies is one of the being made to entertain a large with a belaying pin or other lethal reason for not paying the bill was that

difficult but pleasant duties of a reunion crowd of people in May. weapon chase him to his strongholdthe he had been so busy with other af- International Harvester 1

city. A committee is appointed v Jacksonville will do as much for mariner was to slip round to the fairs that be bad overlooked .his debtto
:, t. the social side of the reunion farther side of the chain. Should he
i the as ony the tailoring company.
by reunion city to entertain Farm
every and this other reunion city has done, and will still be pursued be was fo call his "Why, see here," he emphaticallytold Wagons
i : maids and .sponsors, upon messmates to witness that the master
.. try to improve on the best programs the president of the company
..t. committee falls the duty of seeing that had broken the rules by circumventing "just to show you how busy I have
have been the
enjoyed by veter-
; that the I ladies are provided with the chain. been I brought this telegram along. I I s

everything necessary to their pleasureand ans and their friends. The visiting Then at last he was to defend him- got that telegram day before yester-

comfort. ledies will be entertained by a large self, and let us hope he would do It day, but I haven't had time to open it r ..

a "J.. Mapping out a social program, committee, of which Dr. W. JU. Stin- well Other little matters of disciplineare yet"-Minneapolis News. g ,r' i Kr s.

: Confederate reunion son, of the most accomplished gentlemen set out and they show a noble effort may
.. therefore, for a .,
t r. : is a task that demands the best of of Jacksonville; is chairman. This to make the punishment fit the Domitian Swatted Flies. 1 ,

( talent in the entertainment line. There committee is already at work on the crime. The original "swat the fly" man was .
It will consist of the usual The ship's clerk, a privileged person Domitian, Roman emperor from 81 to ;
must be dinners receptions; balls, program.
who acted as bookkeeper purser and 90 A. D. History records little good of
V trips to points of interest around the round of entertainments, balls and receptions liable to be brandedin i
t, cargo master, was Domitian. but it does say that he an-
I reunion cities and anything else inline trips to the river and ocean, i the forehead to lose his right hand ticipated the anti-fly movement bj'more

the of social entertainment the and to other points of interest about I and to forfeit all of his property if he than 1,800 years. Maltreating the

t k committee may devise. The crown- the city. A dancing pavilion will be made a wrong entry in the ship's boob buzzing pests was Lis favorite amusement

!!! ing event of the week in society, provided for the balls by the association or connived at such an entry.A it is recorded but he was not '

Il however, is the annua Iball for maids and everything else done to make seaman who fell asleep on h swatch animated by a desire to save babies' The IHCLine I UNTIL you see the 1914 Weber and
was only put on a diet of bread lives avert epidemics.
the visit of the reunion crowd delightful or
and If the reunion is held as cannot be '
t' sponsors. and water unless the offense was com- One biographer says of the old Roman MACHINES wagons, you

in a city where a hall large enough as possible. mitted in hostile waters. In that case that "one of his favorite pastimes was Rrim.,Ruptntituen Mcwcft posted on the latest improvements on farm '

f to accomodate several hundred dancing A great number of maids and he must be stripped naked, flogged by hunting and killing flies." and Sueto- Rtkt IbjLudin*. Slacken wagons. Weber and Columbus wagons, '

couples at once can not be secur- sponsors has already been appointed.In his messmates and ducked thrice in nips, the famous historian wrote thus Br Presses A-grade, built to the highest standards in every

ed, a dancing pavilion is constructed the main it is a new social crowd. the sea. 'e of Domitian! : "In the beginning his Fluttn CORN MACHINES PirkenBtWtn detail, are also

1 V for the occasion This pavilion consists While many of the ladies who are If he were an officer however be reign he used to spend daily an hour Cabmtan The Only Fifth Wheel Farm Wagons on the Market

i "' of a large canvas tent, well known throughout the south as social would only lose all food except his by himself in private during which Eudif e, CittcnSfctten SdrtUcn The International fifth wheel (patent applied for)

leaders at Confederate reunions bread and hale a pail of water flung time he did nothing else hut catch flies TILLAGE is worth trip to town to see. Because it prevents
floored and lighted it is also supplied are Fee
; Sprat-Tfoti,
l I I Ii i coming to Jacksonville several hun- over from the head downward.-Lon- and stick them through the body with sad Di. HuronCEKERALLINE the pullIng up or pitching of the front bolster, it 13c.w.t.rs I
with comfortable ,
: seats the
on grandstand -
Tit-Bits. one of the best the farm
,. don a sharp pin.-Xew York Tribune. improvements ever put on
i order, where, several thousand j jt dred young ladies, who have never oil lad wagon. It means no more bent and broken king

;/ spectators may witness the ball. If !I appeared before in official capacityat Literary and Musical Pillage. Rail Spitting! Oil TractanMum O" pins-no more bent and broken circle i1-ons--longer

a reader has not seen one of these j a reunion, have been appointed to Bernard Shaw's defense of literary Finished splitting; the winter's rails S SprctdcnCma
annual balls at a Confederate re !stations!I of honor. They come from "pillage" was anticipated by his fellow about sixty. Haw never been able Ftm WtgouMotor Tnck* Columbus wagons. on '

) union he has but a limited idea of its I! the south's best families, are leaders countryman. Balfe. the composer or to determine whether they split best ThraknCniiDrilb If you will write to os, we will send you catalogues ;

size and brilliancy. Nothing to equal in the social circles of their repective "The Bohemian Girl. who used to i from top or butt. Sometimes one succeeds Feed Criader, and information about this and other improvements ,

communities and will borrow generously from other people'sscores. sometimes the other. In splitting Kill*Cruder* on farm wagons and will tell you where you iaay *,
:i it in splendor can be seen in the grace the re- 6taderitri.e see the '
On one occasion, the London the usual Is for the wagons. .;
posts plan
United States, unless it be the inauguration union. They are grand-daughters
Express recalls, he was rehearsing a International
men to face ench other one slowly advancing Harvester Company of America
ball at the national capital and great grand-daughters of the
new opera at Prury Lane and the first while the other backs away k

now fallen into social desuetude. I Confederate leaders in the civil war fiddle an Italian was horrified to come and the blow of each into the cleft Jacksonville- ) i

If the inauguration ball is put out ; attractive and accomplished young upon page after page of familiar. loosening his paitner's ax.-From "A Fla.

of the contest, the annual ball of the' ladies whom Jacksonville will delightto minis "Mr. Balfe. Mr. Balfe." he Farmer's Note Book" Ooipioo Deerinz HeComkk M3wialM Otlonw Hu

I said in horror "dat is Mozart" "Anda -.---..
theI! entertain.
Confederate reunion, at which, .
capital too," the Irishman's _.
man was ---
al, maids and sponsors hold sway, is the IY' I Curious Water Supply.A -- ----- t
reply. "Get on with the rehearsal"Indianapolis
greatest social function of the United Succics Without B>tterness.SUCOPS News.A curious form of water hole is Just What She Said.
States. found in the deserts of Western Aus "Does he ever try to flatter "
-* in industry in art or In loves -- you? ... EFFORT. ]
The ladies and gentlemen who parr : saved fr.i'M bitterness and disappointment Japanese and His Wife.A tralia. The hole is dry by day but "Indeed he doesn't He always tells accorrwfu.\f'f,
yields an abundant supply of water by me th" plain: unrarnfc.'ied truth." Nothing can be ..
ticipate in these balls, are descendants Ini-siu-e WP regard our lady residing in Pasadena was
night The flow of water Is precededby "Why 1 heard him tell the work of this: life w.the eNVnhg .
achievement- far you that
more symbolical!
of men and women of that splendid } recently asked by her Japanese gardener yon '
weird hissing and sounds, of realvortM
than Know ind far rushingair. were bewildprliizlr; bwintlful. tat is of
we : rest more than for the three days' wages due ;
civilization of the south which
vre jre aware upon the hacking of him. as he WIg about to leave for "Didn't i Ml you so':" H<>u>r<>t be ac'ae\cd without CJUOJ",'.

before the war, was known and ap.k God.-Dr. Hi.hard! C. Cabot. Japan with his wife and baby. His Post wc,king. :Man owes his gro ,

: planded around the world. No sec- written explanation was: "Will you But It Is Easier. clr Sy to that a'ive stV.nf "1.

; tion of any country knew better how oily Undeveloped. please give me. if you can. as my wifeIs If it were only easier to smile and .4 Mutual Pleasure. v ill 1, that eaouner:: N'it'i! dj.l.w'c1 .:',..

fir to entertain than the south in those lie-It has been said that a woman want the wng>:;. and buy some praise than it is to growl and criticise Mother-
days. It was proud people, jealous nn make fcoi of any man. Do yoibelieve things you knlw-l do not like to say many a rough mile of life's journey to schom ini'l see your dptr/>: .-li.r' ton:s-irg! to M how of ra'V.

courtesy. But, being cartipetpplnea it? She-Of course not. Tbf such snrill thing, but every woman's would be smoothed.Milwaukee Sentinel Little Son-Well. J-l wa just alms apparently ,ikfrmcie :> '

of its reputation and of knightly bet she coin do Is to develop him. mind are very smalL My wife Is more ns glad ii' il"ir twteber was to jr-: ba-mpracic: :w.b-a.-u1ii.. ""

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school funds. Mr. Head was electedover JUST COAX THE SPRING. -

several other candidates by a : A BUSINESS MAN OF MINNEAPOLIS nljMR.

How to Start Clock After Winding It
big majority of votes. .. ? i I
LIVE STATE NEWS I Later, in the contest for the same Too Tightly.
If in winding a clo fc actuated by a : :i::.. Minneapolis Is a city where theyr
office in Duval between A. W. .
county spring you have glvefi the key a turn beS do things. Stimulated by a vigorous .t"!. 4
Barrs who had held the office climate surrounded i
many by a fertile ;
II IIBy too much and so bare wound the springso

.11 years, and J. E. Peacock, the latter tight that the clock wont run yon of country the over, peopled crowded by east the It best U a blood city .\ t, ,-J

Things That Are Happening In Florida as Told injected the same issue into the cam- don't have to take the clock to a clockmaker of bustle of great achievements "Pj"

paign and was elected.W. I to bare the spring unwound.You conceived ani wrought out. .t-/Ii
Our Exchanges. can start it yourself if you will
Mr. Taylor, of J
Minneapolis Minn. : :
I C. Cromatie far-
a prosperous go about it the right way and exercise Is one of this sort of men. A news
4s : mer, who lives at Lake Iamonia, informs a little patience.Jarring paper:,man. A political worker. An '

the editor of the True Demo- or shaking the clock does no Englishman, birth. He has been 1 '1 I

Thomas J. Peters, the tomatoking" Three towns in Florida have adopted crat that he made quite a financial good. What you want to do is to bold aYtiS. in this country nineteen years. He 7
it op and turn it right and left quickly baa resided in the northwest Win Jnlpeg. "
commission form : last shade
with the of success growing to-
started government year
of Dade county, but gently to oscillate the balance Fargo and for the last ten .' j .
has Orlando Lakeland and St. : bacco. He had only two acres, which year*' in Minneapolis. "t
planting lour acres. He now wheel. The object of this of course fMr. ?: .
He Petersburg. DeLand has somewhat yielded 2,400 pounds, which he sold is to set the clock in action and freetbe Taylor is a friend of Peruna r" t
four hundred and sixty acres. in Tallahassee for forty cents per spring from the binding restraint .{ and does not conceal his friendship.lie .
He similar government at present. Thereare yA vt. ; .thoroughly enthused with the ,
is shipping 200,000 crates daily. per pound. He will add another acre j I upon it, give the spring a little play ""
her six councilmen each be- belief that Peruna is a great remedy. ,
expects to bank clear of all expenses this year, and is fertilizing for fifteen a chance to exercise its own power.If He has a right to feel so. For several a4

one-half million dollars. ing in charge of some specific part of hundred pounds per acre. Severalof your own strong arm were bound years be suffered with dyspepsia. -
this year I tightly to your side you couldn't use it This caused Mm to have bad.
the public duties. For instance, the his neighbors are successful tobacco very ,
That is "going some. -Ocala Banner.. at all. but if you could work your arm health. ::4l'ewspaper :- -
I chairman of the Street Committee is growers. C. R. Coe, W. T. Ban-
beI free just a little bit you could then advertisements would t
-of watermelons will to be in full the nermen, Bannerman Brothers, C. W. I 1
supposed charge of
Many acres I break loose. It is so with the tightly .. never have influenced him to take'Pe9na. {
planted in Jackson county this season. streets; chairman of the Fire and Bell and Sam G. Henderson will have wound clock spring. Give it just a t ; It was friends that ,,per- :\ .:

We had a good acreage and a good Water committee is supposed to be in I in from five to eight acres each this little of play and it will then be able ; sua&tfd him to try the remedy. In t.r. ..-
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He thinks the Meridian to exert Itself. { : less titan a week he needed no more
the set-
cf this fruit last year and i, full charge of the water works and year. m
crop .aslon. He saw that Peruna
With first oscillation the balance pers
real well If the same the fire department the chairman of tlement one of the most favored tobacco your
prices held up ; half dozen wu doing him good. He is able to Ji.;
wheel will stop after a
prices prevail this season, old Jack-] the Building Committee is supposedto growing sections in Florida.A. ticks. but that has helped. Keep this E. M. TAYLOR, say la a letter to the Peruna Comiti .

will be ooded with new money be in full charge of city buildingsand S. Wells, who is farming east of for ten or fifteen minutes and you No. 250 Nicollet St, Minneapolis, Minn. pang,' Columbus, Ohio: cs# r
son up
I To-day I am in excellent health. Never felt better In my life. I am
of June.-Marianna property, etc. The only differ- Tallahassee, will extend his tobacco will then have given tile clock spring
the latter part glad of opportunity to say something t.,all men or women who suffer
Times-Courier. I ence between the Orlando and DeLand acreage considerably this year, put- play enough to enable it to exert its from dyspepsia and stomach trouble. I consider Peruna v. great remedy.It e
g9vernments is that Orlando pays ting in at least fifteen acres. His own power and keep tbe clock going.- is a godsend.'o J

Both Messrs. Head and Peacock are( her commissioners over $3,000 per plants are now up and growing beau- New York Sun.AERIAL. A new book of interest to all sick or well, sent free by the Peruna

reported as having made good their year while the DeLand commissioners tifully. Mr. Wells has made a care- Company. I : +_.

campaign pledges, thereby' eliminat-|' (council) receive no compensation ful study of the tobacco growing bus- PANTRIES. -- # s'

ing the objections from a large num- serving only for "honor.-DeLand iness and makes a handsome profit t

ber that the county treasurer received -' News. every year-Tallahassee True Demo- How the Meat Supply It Kept Safe In Time Waited. Peceitful. r
too much pay. The office, by crat. On. Alaskan Town. Madeline-He's a nice young man to Butvlar (who is suddenly Interrupted

accepting no fees for handling school Gov. Park Trammell today issued "Very patriotic lot of people live here. take a girl fishing. I must say! May- bjj the owner of house)-Well, if

funds, has been reduced in Hillsbor- .,-, 'iitive o"der. one of the few of Two big sawfish, the largest that 1 see." Is the remark wade by aloio>t Why, what did be do? Madeline-Ue that isn't the limit! What do you' r

ough and Duval counties from $ ,OOO its kird since he has been in office, have been seen here in several years, every newcomer to tbe frontier towu fished! mean by writing on your door. "Outof 'y

or $7,000 office to one netting the : suspending from office Jude ,D. K. were caught in the net of Van Bennett of l nik. Alaska, at tile bead of Cook'. town until Sunday r Fliegende ;
:1 last night and are now in captivity atMitchell's inlet when they see that almost every Persistent Girl.Et.algave Blatter. : ,
treasurer less than $3,000 a year. Middleton county judge of Bay coun- bouse is supplied with a flagpole. you beard of Jack's engagement ,
beach. The fish
big tore 44.
ty, whom he charged with drunkenness And they are right about the patriot to Eleanor? Harold-Dear I ; Friendship.
An immense devil fish was captured and malfeasance in office and up a net. worth $200 and released Then Jack has scarlet thread let
ism but it just happens that the poles me, no finally succeeded Friendship is:\the
in the Gulf off shore of Captiva. orders the suspension to become effective about 2,000 pounds of redfish so that are not for flags but for meat ? Ethel-No. SUl'Cumbed.-LoD- down from the windows of heaven to g

CoL Sam King and E. P. Dentzel on Wednesday, April 15. The the fishermen regard them as exepn- Knik Is ou the trail to Iditarod and don Tatler. bind unsnap hearts together. 1k,= -

and Richard Eyber were the lucky governor, in ordering the snsnension sive luxuries. Noel A. Mitchell: is the Kuskokwim valley, and in the .

parties. The fish was the first of its of the judge declares that the offi- pleased over the capture of the fish, summer the sled dogs and the flies are i.

kind to be landed in Captiva. A cial has seemingly been in sympathywith however, and has made arrangementsto so thick that it is impossible to keep .
large crowd gathered on the beachto the "blind tigers" of the county have them kept alive in a big tankon I meat In ordinary caches near, the '

see it landed and it.took the com- the beach near the hotel. Bennett ground. : &
who have come into his court for I I There is no butcher shop in Knik and
efforts of the whole crowd to. set his nets for redfish and When ; Want
bined YoU
I. trial and sentence, and instead of en- was astonished -I I the only fresh meat I,; moose or Alaska
pull the monster ashore. The fish is deavoring to break up the practicehas late yesterday afternoon, to sheep brought in by the huntrs. It's .

of the ray family. It measured 16 usually imposed fines of $25 and find a sawfish tangled in the net at very bandy fur tile boiiNewirwi of Knikto 1

feet 1 inch wide. Its mouth measured 850'upon these .offenders. He further one end. He roped the big fish and have the limit supply of the town #

t 31 inches in width-Sarasota Sun. charges that he has filed in the towed it in to the pier and went backto up in the air. If Liib! y has poor luck Horse A Mule

see how many of the redfish in with his miu mill the supply runs out, __ j
executive V M B BB
office that the
While engaged in attempting to proof judge all she bus to do is to go to the door,
manipulate a hand brake on a north- has been a frequentvisitor to nlaces his net he could save. To his astonish-I pick out tier ut'igbbor who has the f

bound freight train on the A. C. L. at where liquor is unlawfully sold and ment he found another sawfish. The largest supply on band and go borrow Buggy Wagon

Largo Wednesday morning about 11 has been guilty of drinking in such fish are each twelve feet long. The a steak or tu'o.The .

places. Pensacola Note in TimesUnion. crowds at the pass today were much meat is fastened; securely to a
o'clock something broke and Con- I
interested in the big fish. Sawfish are rope and it is ruu up to the top of the :

ductor H. S. Fulford, lost his balance found in these waters but seldom, as pole very much the same as a flag A Set of Harness : =.
and precipitated under the mov- would be.
Milwaukee Journal.
was '
Pensacola, April 11. For the firsttime they usually prefer the deep water

ing cars, which run over his body, in- in the history of Florida a white i of the gulf. One was caught there i i I t

stantly killing him. The deceasedwas woman has been found guilty of mum this winter but it was a small one. Bullets That Come Back.

well known here and had many I der in the first degree, the penalty owhich f -St. Petersburg Independent. Speaking about a purchase of a large Come to See UsY
friends. He leaves a wife, formerly[ is death by hanging. She is quantity of zinc instead of sheet lead

Miss Eula Gause of this city, and one "Sis" of Curiosity was aroused here yester- for the manufacture of coffins, two i a
Hopkins, county, 1
child.-Tarpon Springs Progressive.By and it remained for a.jury of twelve day morning when it was announcedthat following men interested discussion in metals: Joined in the We buy in car lots and give our customers F

white all and five sub-marine boats, accompa- I the benefit of the lowest prices.
an overwhelming majority of men. steady resnectable "That Is a final consumption said .
162 to 68, Daytona on Tuesday last citizens of that county, to bring in a nied by the mammoth monitor Tono- one. "That metal never comes back I I .
verdict inflicting the extreme penaltyThe pah, were steaming into the harbor. into the market. "There are others." "
decided to issue bonds to the amountof
The flotilla came into the harbor and replied his friend. "shot and bullets,
for Now that woman killed a man named
$175,000 sewerage. anchored in mid-stream out from the for example." "You are only partially ANDREWs
Whittington, over 70 of J. W. & SON Y
the bonds have been voted, the council years age lower docks, on the ocean side of the correct," replied the first. "Some of
Altha "a small town four
and board of public works will have near years I the bullets come back. They are so
city. Soon after their arrival sub-
one or more engineers of national ago. Another peculiar' thing about economical and so well organized In ,
the is that the marine boats D-1 and D-2 came ,on r :.
reputation come and prepare plans. case woman, on her Germany that after military target
Daytona has some ginger. The peo- first trial, was found guilty of mur- up the river, maneuvered for a short practice the soldiers have to pick np

ple there know that the men selected der with recommendation for mercy. time and proceeded back to the,other and account for all the lead they bare Starke, Florida, : =

to spend the funds derived from The verdict' the lower court in ad- vessels, where they were located during fired. They are no theorists about conservation .
their in this over there. They are practi-
stay port. Numbersof
the sale of bonds are not going to :mitting into evidence the dying dec "
I tioners. Engineering Mining
people witnessed the boats from
laration of the victim
run away with the sewerage system. was reversed Jonrn*'
the docks soon after their arrival
They are willing to trust each other- and on the second trial she was sen-
here, and later visited and inspected i '
and themselves.-DeLand News. tenced to hang. State's AttorneyJohn t

F.: Stokes went from this district, them by means of launches, fishing | -.r

Information from Bell is to the effect into adjoining district to prosecute and row boats. Very little of the sub-

that the soil devoted to water-! the I marine boats could be seen at any .

melons in that section will range close I case. .. considerable distance, owing to the I' THE LAST

to six hundred acres. The plants inmost Samuel J. Davis, Jack Davis and fact that very small portions of them)II ;

instances have commenced to | Odie Godwin, cattle and sheep rais- remain above water even in

put out "runners," and it is expected ers, well known in the neighborhoodof I dinary operations. The monitor or-\I\ '

that this will be a very good season. I Frostproof, were arrested Fridayby pah is a huge naval vessel, and Georgia Sunshine Com Whiskey r ri

The Bell melon growers plant noth- United States Marshal J. C. sides being equipped with all neces: h !

ing but the best seed to be had, and Brown, and were taken to Tampa sary repairs for the sub-marines, is
That' Will Ever be Offered for Sale
their products are noted for fine The men were charged with operat- fitted up with guns in keeping with t

flavor and good carrying qualities.To ing an illicit whiskey distillery. They her size and fighting capacity in other I j

this condition is attributed the were brought before CommissionerH. ways.-Fernandina News-Record. I II ,Bottled in Bond 5 Years old. < J ?

large number of buyers who visit L. Crane last Saturday and made ;
that and other towns in the western bond in the sum of five hundred dol- Although he was out of fish, and I '

of Alachua lars each to at the got that in abundance, C. S. Cum-
part county during the appear next term THIS TELLS THE TALE
mings of St. Louis had
of the United States District an exciting
marketing season.-Gainesville Sun.J. court in .
experience with a wild cat, or cata- t
Tampa. The arrests came as a re- Florida runes.UuionSunday, March,
E. Better, of Rockledge, shippedtwo sult of investigations of government mount near Shark river the other YOUR 9, 1914. YOUR,I

boxes of fancy fruit from his internal revenue agents. All three I' day. Mr. Cummings went out about LAST CHAS. BLUM CO. LASTCHANCE '

Paradise grove to President Wilson I men were recently indicted by the. two weeks ago on hist yacht, Plover .

last week. The fruit was shipped on federal grand jury. II, accompanied by Bob King as BUYSGEORGIA CHANCEWHisKEY

special order from the Preident's The place where the two Davises guide, and returned to Foil Myers CORN i

private secretary, Mr. Tumulty. The were arrested is twenty-one miles yesterday. While he is an expert DEAL RUNNING INTO I .

order consisted of one box of grape- east of fisherman, he is also a crack shot THOUSANDS MADE ;
Frostproof in a sparcely set- It It
fruit and one box of oranges and the tled region known as Kissimmee is- and he found plenty of use for both Total of 2,150 Cases fa Storage There Buy '

space between the grapefruit was land. The still is said to have been accomplishments while on this trip. By the Case Since Prohibition La* of 1907 By the Case
space between the grapefruit was fill- in One day Mr. Cummings and his
operation for the past ten years.' One of the deals dud
ed with largest in whiskey ku t
kumquats. The box of guide were much interested in a large
oranges Godwin
was captured about ten miles ever been made in the South wu consftnunitedyesterday
was composed of four choice varieties. southwest of Frostproof. None of object which they saw swimming I 4 Full by the Charles: Blum Compaq, well 4 Full
The boxes were tastefully decorated the men made resistance. Bar- along swiftly in Chatham river. It Quarts known wholesale whiskey JeaWt. They dosed Quarts
any -
with Spanish moss, orange leaves and tow was coming directly toward the boat a couttact buying the'entire output of die largest
Courier-Informant. $4.00 in The deal calls $4.00Express
bloom distillery Georgia. for the immediate
and were the finest and it '
ever ship- as soon as got near enough delivery of 2,150 cases of GeotgU Sunshine .
ped out of the State.-Tarpon Springs Jacksonville-There is a chance they were amazed to see it was a bottled in bond whukey. .

Leader. that the county treasurer elected this large wild cat. As it appeared to be This is the last lot of com whisker that was

'I I time may be the last county treasurers making direct for them, Mr. Cumm- 12 Full Quart made in the State of Georgia before k went dry, 12 Full Quart
A paper hrs been established at and in fact is said to be the balance of the com
High Springs called the Journal that will ever be elected in Flor- ings dropped rod and reel quickly Case $10.50Express whiskey: that was left in the State of Georgia in Case $10.50 1
which The last legislature passed a bill enough and pulling out his pistol, any distillery: since that state voted for prohibition. J
modestly announces itself as"Florida's to do away with the office of coun- shot the catamount dead. Besides Arrangements are being made to bring this ,

greatest weekly." Maybeso ty treasurer, and it is in the this feat Mr. secured whiskey which will take several railroad cars to
shape Cummings sev-
but no matter how handle, to this city at once, and will be offered to
it is
great it : of an amendment to the constitution.The en tarpon while on his trip, each Prepaid the trade by this well known firm. Prepaid
never be
equal of that
other matter will be submitted than 100 also
to the weighing more pounds; -
High Springs paper called the Hor- i 16
qualified electors
at the November four sawfish, ranging from 13 to
net, published It selling fast had better send order at First Come First '
some I so your once.
which years ago, election for adoption or rejection.If more than 14 feet long, and quantities you ," ;
was the most
tion in Florida. Its delicious quoted publica- the proposed amendment carries, of black bass. In one day alone Served. GET A CASE WHILE .IT LASTS. All orders shipped day received ;
humor and many say it will, there will be he and his guide hooked 205 bass. !
of .
editor which was its quite solemn unconscious and sorrowful no more county treasurers after those Several whiprays were also among CHAS. BLUM CO. -

was a elected this time serve their terms. the prizes of trip. Mr. Cum-
joy to the
State papers beyond description (The county treasurer of Hillsbor- mings has ben coming here for six
but it was too good to last The Largest and Oldest Mail Order House In The South =
and it ough, Mr. Head popularized his can- years, and. is an experienced fisher-

doubt if perished it ever had from the earth. We didacy for the office several years ago man in the Chokoloskee section. He JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

ica.-Lakeland an equal in Amer- by declaring that he would, if elected is greatly pleased with this season's

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.JH-f rtir : 'OLt'1'J.t.o\L' AMIUUN CEMENTS. _\ 11111 t I J II +.111111111 ;
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i Bradfqrdonoty Telegraph Political'annouDcementa, not exceeding one I
The,writer.is a merechild., He is Back of.all the batred and slaughterin j inch in. length. will be printed Under this On. and after Sunday; :April 12 + V CHURCHES t "'

t2' 4. f_ a tender youth of only forty summers Mexico is there something fate- heading for the uniform price of five dollars follows
J.' i; 1 a in advance. 1914)) trains wfll run as : .7 tu'i 1114444iJi
H III t t + 11111
t,, Local and Long Distance Phone \nd the 'same number of winters. ful, sinister, inescapable for' the descendants No. 3 Jacksonville .Tampa, due 11
la.c ?tJ.' Number 40 Being so young, he might not be considered of the old hidagcs Is TAX COLLECTOR.I at Starke 11:02 a. m. J BaptistRev. ,<
hereby announce that I am a candidate C. '1L Britton :
to the'
competent by everybody sleepless Nemesis the ages at Swi-
ror re-eleclioB to the office of Tax Collectorfor due t
'No.1 to
Jacksonville Tampa
' \" Published and entered as r.dvise other people how to live.long this time exacting a sort of vicarious Bradford county, and solicit the voles of --, day school!9:45, a. m.: Morning serw'* ;
\ : weekly, nIl Democratic electors.. I promise, if elected at Starke 11:14 p.m.' o'clock
4 J
'f. "'second class matter at the post-office However, everything is not learned reparation for all the cruelties of the to discharge the duties of the office faithfully. vice, 11 ; evening service, T,; .

k : \ at Starke Florida. by experience. Knowledge is acquired olden days; done by the Spaniard on B. M. DOWUNG. No. 15, Jacksonville to Cedar. Ksy, o'clock. VJsitors: cordially invited .to.}" "
p by reason, observation and ex the defenseless natives of that land of due, at Starke 3:12 p.m. worship, ; }

; : )' E. S. Matthews, Editor and Owner perience.. By reason, observation and sun and flowers take this FOR manner TAX of COLLECTORI announcing my candidacy No.. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville, due : .Episcopal V ',1

; j F. E. Robbins, ___ Associate Editor, tne history of the experience of otherswe When Cortez and Alvarado and for the office of Tax Collector Democratic of Bradford Primary .. No. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville, due Rev. E.. A. Sherrod, rector. 821- .
| 'County subject to V
I' and Business Manager have gained some knowledge of their hosts subjugated the gentle in June and earnestly solicit the support at Starke, 3:49 p.m. vices first Sunday in every month '

S ,!.: the subject of logevity and venture to Aztecs they did not deal with light and efficient of the electors service at if same.elected.1 pledge prompt at Starke, 4:54 am. Christian. "-..

Starke Florida, Friday, April 17,1914 offer a few rules of living that will hands. Intoxicated by the lust for E. R. POPPELL. to Jacksonville -
I No. 14, Cedar Key Rev. John Mullady pastor.
( to attain hale and heartyold made the vales Servie-
help a gold and they
: you ,
ft'. .. ; -. power due at Starke 7:45 a.m. es at 3 p. m, first and third Sunday';;
and of Montezuma's land red .
: age. hills I FOR TAX COLLECTORI of the month.
: ; The frost did not injure Starke'sfpeach" am a candidate for the off ce of Tax Collector Starke and Wannee Braeh.
The surest way to live long is not to with blood. The story is filled with and
\ of Bradford County. Florida respectfully Presbyterian.No .
';, .,) crop.' die too soon. Many people who have incidents of treachery, crime and tor- solicit the support of the voters at No. 101 leaves Slarke 6:45 a.m.
''i' tl the primary election on the 2nd day of June. No. 104 arrives at Starke 2:45 p.m. regular;pastor. Sunday school .
bad expectations of a ripe old ture. The white and
t age gods won, and efficient
: too good. 1S14. If elected I promise fathful: :
I : :.7I'here: is no fun in being I atl0a.m- .
:'. ._. have,made the fatal mistake of dyingbo Quetzalcoatl was banished into the service with due regard to the welfare Seaboard Limited Trains 9 and 10
h. : It's not natural. I of all citizens and tax payers.
H1 t -. soon. You can't be too careful in; twilight of the past; a rare civiliza- I Respectfully. G. W. ALDERMANFOR No. 9, Jacksonville to Tampa,. dus Methodist. >

:;4;' L the fools are not all dead yet, and this respect. Failure to observe this tion was destroyed, a civilization distinguished -I at Starke 12:51 p.m. Rev. B. ;T. Rape, pastor. Sunday ,"

I not all born yet. rule will destroy all your hopes of by phenomenal progress COUNTY TREASURER. school at 9:45, a. m. Morning sere y

1-l'f" : thfey: are reaching old age. in the fields of art and sciences and I the.1 hereby democratic announce nomination myself for a candidate the office for of No. 10, Tampa to Jacksonville, due vice, at 11 'cloek; ; evening service :'

Men and wolves now are about the In the second place, a man must literature; the treasure hunters destroyed -I county treasurer of Bradford county Florida at Starke 6:10 p.m. 7:30 o'clock. Visitors cordially invited ':

bt'; ,." only' game unprotected by law. i begin his preparations for a long life with brutal hands, with ignorant -I subject at to the the next action primary of the election.white democrat'cvoters I solicit T. J. GRIFFIN, Agent. to atiend. ;

j4Vr ,. t several generations before he is born. or lustful zeal; but the narrativesof the support of every voter of the county and ----. ,
faithful service if elected. --
promise you -------- -- ,
:. .. ;; For every pleasure there is a pain, He must select his ancestors with a few enlightened priests inform T. F. RIVERS. -
;-a; J '! *-ar.d sometimes two or three pains. great care. Heredity is a force that us of what the world then lost.

I': must not be ignored, and it is wiseto To this day hatred lies in the heart FOR COUNTY TREASURER.I .
; ::4' become of the 0. F. man hereby announce that I am a cand'date ;
What has
;, have forefathers who will bequeathto of the native population-ignorant,
of treasurer .fo1ish
I for nomination for the office county The
rf @;(, who used goose quills for toothpicks? you a strong mind, a healthy body oppressed, ground down, the hewersof I i of Bradford county subject to the actionof way ,
,' of'w:1ter the democratic voters at the next primary ">* '
and a sound constitution.To wood and drawers : ; and -
0>' C -. election. I solicit the support of all the ( *
I Th person: who talks to you about I be sure you are right before since ruthless war has engulfed them ,. democratic electors in the county and promise, t 1L-r--; I :S
: ethers will talk to others about you. if elected. to discharge the duties of the office I 1
B-: ,,: you go ahead, take a journey back since they have discovered an unexpected .1 faithfully. A

..1 --- into the dim past, back into the morn- strength, and since their blood I W. W. ROBERTS.FOR fr.f
Times : ,
Sumter County says >
The 1
Send for ing of time, back into the beginning on either side is shared by many of I I ;. *
t Bushnell needs a but her. COUNTY TREASURERI
';,'. Villa. I and read the book *f fate, wherein the i the leaders (especially among the I hereby announee myself for the office of Aii

( number of each man's'days is written. rebels), they are flashing their teeth County Treasurer and solicit the votes of the ; :tFOff
Nearly everybody is opinionated Democrats at the coming; primary. If electedI ,
1' and thinks everybody else is except The number of days set opposite your on their ancient foes. I promise: to faithfully discharge my duty.J. ''i = = ---T- \\ .i ...

; ; w'i & name determines the length of your The tragedy of Chihuahua is reported -I }1. BRQWNLEE.
themselves. "
i :\.jf,1. 4 !iif!. You can't live a day longer nora repeated. On the fall of Tor- i
.:,t',.... '"Cancer Cure Will Be Discussed," day less. reon, it is said! Villa ordered the I I hereby anounce myself a candidate dor

r .\) says a headline. Mistake. There isj; With these preliminary details ar deportation of all Spanish rafupreas.;: the County office and of respectfutly County Treasurer solicit of the Bradford support ,

) jJ no cancer cure. I rarged the next important step is I in that.city-some COO-and that they ]I of the voters of Bradford county, and promiseif
V: elected to faithfully discharge the duties of
I to be born. If you survive the second are now being sent on to El Paso, !
the office.
t. ,r :'' If there were no fools, there would' sunnier and live through the many I Texas. The men, women and childrenso G. W. HAZEN ) JII .
.. S ( I '
L ". be no so-called wise men. Wise men MIments incident to childhood, you are treated were born and reared in --- Lq1I/4, S I I ''iV I

relatively wise. : ready to start on long journey j Mexico, but they belong to the class FOR COUNTY TREASURER .
I'j. 1-i: :': are only I your I hereby announce myself a candidate for ::1 .
"'t' The first precept to learn and practice that has ruled for several, centuries. the office of County Treasurer and solicit the If wise 4Y1'Ai ',

t qz : An apple a day will keep the doctor is found in an old-fashioned book I Their, pleading: have been without i support prmary.; of the Democratic voters at the coming :

; away.. and an onion a day will keep called the Bible. It is called the fifth j i avail. Their property has been con- J.VERNON JONES \

iverybody else away. i commandment: and reads thus: fiscated. They probably are lucky to

t. -' "Honor thy father and thy mother,I escape vith their lives. They will FOR COUNTY TREASURER
I The case of John Lind proves that I hereby announce myself as a saving
:t.i-i that thy days may be long upon the meet many of their compatriots in County Treasurer of Bradford County,
I ', : iVis possible to do business of great subject to the action of the June primary
much chinmusic. land which the Lord thy God giveth E Paso; but it is doubtful if any of ; election and solcit the votes of all Democratic I
pith and moment electors. If elected. I will faithfully discharge
\ I I thce." To honor your parents meansto them ever again will bs able to return '
the duties of tbe office.
y. .t".. \.- I obey them and so to live. that you to the land of their birth to enjoy O. B. GOEDON. II mOfle'4There /

.. The average man willing to meet will be an honor to them.If their former inheritance as lords and FOR COUNTY TREASURER

-: quitting time half way, and that is you keep this commandment until rulers.-Dayton ((0)) Herald. I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor I ,
.1. the office: of treasurer of Brad- --
you reach the full stature of man- I I
why he is only an average
\ one reason ford county subject to the action of the '
man. | hood, you will have formed all the The Telegraph is in receipt of the Democratic primary election in June and :_ are two ways of saving your money- : f

{ v I habits that are conductive tCJ longevity. -I eleventh annual report of the Chil of promise the office, if elected faithfully, to and discharge to the best the of duties ray | the foolish way and the wise way. The foolish : '1. {

A woman evangelist casting. out Right habits are the royal road dren's Home Society of Florida, a I Ir ability. .-1
: E. L. ODOMl. way is to put it where fire, theft or othercalamity :
i I ; devils in Atlanta. She will never to long life. I r society whose sole object is to do
take it from in second.The
complete the in that man's town Be in all can you a -
:: I job temperate things except good by caring for homeless and help- FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER

I i1 without help. I I intoxicants, tobacco and other narcot-!I less children. During the year 1913 the I hereby office of announce County myself Commisioner as a candidate for DistrictNo. for wise way is to put it in a bank of good

., ics. Abstain from them altogether. i I this society took care of ,777 needy 2 Lake Butler) before the Democratic standing like ours, where it is taken care of

; :: If John Lind ever does begin to Eet only when you are hungry. Eat children and succeeded, in placing lapre Primary and in careful June. management I believe in lower and if tax elected mil- in fire and burglar proof vaults. Follow the i': ,

;. : ,talk, we wonder if he will talk as trough, but not too much, and eat I,I. most of them in good family homes. will endeavor to have the cotmty put on cash example of the best business and farm., ; :
he has not talked in the basis and discharge all my duties faithfully. men .: .
: ateadily as only wholesome food. This work is .ANDREWS
pure I praiseworthy supported R. J

} L 'past few months. _!' ,.. rl. '1 1i Drink when you are thirsty and by the voluntary contributions of ers in this district-start an account here at. ; >

COUNTY COMMISSIONER once-it is also the straightest road to ,
": drink nothing but harmless liquids. !I charitable people throughout the FOR' candidate: for success. I
I I hereby announce myself as a
:1he8YailesClalflf' that bobs '
; up I Breathe nothing but pure air, night. state, and the only limit to the work re-election to the office of County Commissioner and wealth., :,
.: lit session of the Florida legislature frm District No. 3 and solicit the support o\: .."
t : every could appropriately be called and day. ]I is lack of funds. An appeal is madeto of all' the Democratic electors in the Come. in and let us talk it over :. .oif
much time' in the air county; "
Spend open all our readers to send liberal '
,: ;: the "Wails Claim."' I S. T. DOWLING. .
Ii i and sunshine. I contributions of money, clothing,
I :
1 Bradford
.. ? : A Georgia man who weighs 140 Work with your hands and with fruits, provisions and toys to the I hereby COUNTY announce COMMISSIONER myself as a candidate for County Bank !

pounds has married a woman who your brain. Children's Home Society of Florida, the office of County Commissioner to represent
Develop yourself morally mentallyand 1944 Riverside Avenue Jacksonville District No. 4, and respectfully solicit the Established 1889 : '
I( weighs 480 pounds. He, will never: votes of alT Democratic electors at the coming ,
he able to hold his own. physically.Rest Fla. Nearly everybody can give primary election. If elected; I promise to N. T. .....Pre.. W.T.WeeksVic.-Ppes. Jj H. Hitch, Cashier : "

: J' j !, I when you are tired, .but. don't something and every little helps. I faithfully discharge LACY my duty.J. UNDERBILL. ...'j.o

;:. The cost'of high living is felt in rest until you are tired. Many a mickle makes a muckle.In .

t the south as well as the north.. A I! Sleep enough, but not too much. COUNTY COMMISSIONERI

f. Mississippian has just,been sued. for Live as naturally as possible. Green's School History of Florida office hereby of county announce commissioner my candidacy of Bradford for the BEPRESENmTIVR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. l. :,
I hereby snonnce myself a candidate for.- I heresy announce myself as. a eandidaIIP -::
? $ : $17,000 for stealing a kiss. this question is asked?" What is county to represent District No.2. and reelection to the House of tfepraentatives for fair tbe .lIlee..f county commiauoD fDIID. (
': MONEY VALUE OF EDUCATION. said of George S. Hawkins?" 'Iir the promise to- serve the people- faithfully if Bradford County and solicit the support of the District No.4 I Starke!.and respectfully: solicit' V, ;
elected. Democratic vsteiin- the caning: election and the support of fall democratic electors at tnt ;:.
A ten-foot skeleton, of a prehistoric Too many parents view educationin I text we are told that Mr. Hawkinswas J. B. CREWS. faithfully proaiae if elected to discharge the. Jane primary eleeti n. I premise at itIllt ,
.ll ie& encwrbent upon dbcharge of mjj d'<: >if r elected ;.
E man, was lately found in Ireland. The the wrong light. They considerit Florida's sole representative COUNTY COMMISSIONER me.A.. D. ANDREWS. <

.>1 ? present day Ulsterite looks fully that a very good thing it its way, but I Washington in. 1860. The historian I hereby announce myself as-ap candidate for .j: :

\ tall .to the British government.* they do not think it.has a real money adds, with unconscious humor (beinga the oee of county commissioner of Brad FOB REPRESHSTATTVB W.A.BSSSAXC.: ,:i
: ford county from District No. S and respectfully '
I for the .
hereby announce my candidacy MEMBER, OFSCHOOl..., BOARD
tj; value. They do not realize what it is I doctor of philosophy and a professor solicit the support of ell Democratic dice of Representative fni. Bradford Conntft.Florida I hereby annouace. myself as. a. candid5for *

' ;. v'Q, State papers are boasting that worth in dollars and cents. They pre- of Greek, he probably had little voters. If ejected I shall D. W.do mr PIWHOLSTER.full duty. sulwect to the- will of the Democratic member of tba board: of' public instawa: 's I' ,.
electors in the June primary, the support of tion from dist ct. No. 1.. and respertMEr :
. r -: :!.Florida vfl .have only one primary] fer to }have their boys at work earning sense of humor and would not intentionally whom I respectfully solicit, and I prom e to solicit the support of :the voters at the.

: election. One Bryan primary is worse II some real money instead of increasingtheir say anything humorous) COUNTY COMMISSIONERI I be be faithful eleebrf:to: ,the. trastt aepoced! ia me should! cratic primary jicttan. ii :. ..lime.I ,;, demoI

:. : ,B.f;:? ;*than. .two, qr -.three vof the usual kind. earning capacity by means of an that little could be said of Mr. Hawkins election hereby to the announce office of myself county candidate eonuniss'oner-for- JOE HILL WILLIAMS, _,:

-V9BB3B3JS education, because they cannot under- except that he had a wonderful from Disc-net No. S (Lawte, and Raiford:. '
".r and solicit the of all Democratic NOTICE OV AP.PUCATJOW. TAX.KO> ,
; support
r: : 9\ has quit drinking grape juice. stand that the boy in school is really constitution, as was shown by his I electors of the eoonty at the coming primary 1 hero FOR announce REPRESENTATIVE myself as a candidate i UNDER FECTJOX.: ? CHAPTER;4888LAWS.QEFLORIDA 4I.

( / jow, if he will also quit talking, earning more money than the boy out \ marriages, six in number. In our ection. J. E. J. WAINRICHTeOTTNTY for the ffice of representative fro*i Bradford Hereby notfeg.i. giyej l\1Iat. D. W. PteJoUtMi '(".

V; : inxvbe he will find some time to de- side of school who has a job at small opinion, Mr. Hawkins is also entitled Democratic county electors subject at to the the June decision primary-of eandrespecL.'ialI tie purchaser x-i TalC Certificates numbeiedspectively Jej' .
""""' I H*. and 92. isiued by the Tax Cc) ;'; !:.
r. secretary to credit for &- solicit tit support of .
vote to. his duties as some personal coorage, COMMISSIONERAt the voters.If lector of Uimlford c&unias Floriife. neb -r ;'4;:
, elcc.fed I shall *
.. \< state. pay.Prof.. L. A. Jett, principal of the for it takes a brave man to commit the solicitation of my friends I ama to the. beat- of ayafcilily.irpresent: Bradford CIllll1ty said Certifoajes bearing date of June 6. me.c,: ,-
": '
andidaW! for the office of county commissioner has filed &AJ$ certificate i* m y office sad us ;_
Starke High School has shown us matrimony six times. from District No. I. subject to the M. J:. S4\"P. made app!ietion: foi: Tax Deed to isaoe ia :.
: : ; Doc Wiley tells Floridians that tables prepared by experts and action .f the Jane primary election and If accordance.-wit!) law.. :;::-
; the some lecledP promise a conscientious discharge of The sotdi/ Florida oranges are superior to based upon reliable statistics, which The picture of Mrs. Potter Palmer my dwy.. To the KEPKESENTATim Deiwsnaiie voters of : Bradford: lands in Bradford County. Florida faeuel, -.;;?!:::;
Is that what he A. H. WILLIAMS.: at the fe of tta issuances of said Certifiestesin ,jtf
California products. that the average boy who remains that; has appeared in the papers lately county. Florida:. '
prove the
vvk under dates aDd
.j he visitedtheir I hereby announce myself a. candidate for
i-,' told the Californians when !' in school twelve years actuallyearns was evidently taken many years COUNTY COMMISSIONER nomination to the office of Representative at hereinafter.cs4: Ctfr Jy particularly set for*. f;-"::

"" state? in real ago, judging from the style of the I I hereby the Democratic Primary to be hall! Jane !1\cI. 1o-WI"; !'.
$10 a day money everyday announce myself as a candidate I respectfully solicit the support of the Democrat Certificate Vi 90, embraces Fractional Block;
, f during that period. hat. There is no telling how much for Bradford the office of Cbmty Commissioner of :* voters at this primus and pledge 9. in Wad. : Oqti. See. 8. 'I'D t. S. E. 20 Hx?,
of county District No.
ff. subjectto
assessed Ui
altogether age Uwwm.
Inns is not hsnesti. fftittttf service if ,
: be The average yearly income of the sleep she lost trying to decide whetherit the action of the ,Democratic ri'1l1U'1ereedon *X' G. Crti8eat* H* 92 embraces Lot 10 Elk It.-f-
:I the young man. It might properly educated is In 40 would be better to show a in June. and respectfully solicit. the FUTCH. in Ward ftr.:: Sec. 8, 1'T. S. B. ZO) "
:\ of the old man. man $1,000. years young support of all Dwnecratic electors; assessed Unknown. ', _
: -i: called the age young than he earns $40,000. The average yearly face under an obsolete style of.hat A. B. SUItRENCY. FOB REPRESENTATIVE tbl_ 44j4. certificates shall be reder6P4cQrdja .

1i1!.'.. there are more young old men income of the uneducated man is $450. or an older face under an up-to-date Friends announce F. P. Shaffer for Houseof i "'w. Tax Deed will issue '"
: before. MEMBER: SCHOOL BOARDI RepMttfttatives and rt&KCtfully solicit the on' tog IKJs qu of May A. D. 1914. o;
ever In 40 years he arns $18,000. $40,000 creation. hereby announce'myself as a candidate fw support or the voters in. to* Jane primary.: II. W. T. Weeks. '
Clerk C&ctit Court Bradford Cow>t* FJfcJ|
member of Board of Public Instruction
Theweather man owes an apology minus $18,000 equal% $22,000, the difference District No. S. subject to the action of frem-the (l.S) Ily R. A. Weeks Deputy let .:%
tt \, in the earnings of an educated The Georgia mule which east eggs coming primary, and solicit the support of alt SUPERVISOR REGISTRATION ApriuIt I'V V
k to the ladies of Starke for sending and chickens must have been Democratic electors. I hereby announce wjatlf as a candid* 4 4I :
Sunday and depriving man and an uneducated man, which is brought CHESLEY: FOGG. for the office of supervisor of registration; fo*
)nia upon Easter by a colored man.PensacolaNews. Bradford county' and respectfully solicit PcvrnoN '. ,
'. the value of an education.: To obtain II up the We, the: nrdersizned voters ant Usy s ,':
of the wearing sapport of all DemomUe
them electors at the
lime "
r \ r, this education it requires twelve yearsof Let's see. The colored man ,MEMBER SCHOOL BOARDI primary election.SUPERVISOR'. of a sub chool district to be ejtajbBsW 'M ..
Raster finery. known as Sotens Sub ehool DKtrtet nerehr:j.
I their would eat all the and chickens. wish to announce my candidacy fop member C. A. FUTCH. -
schooling, nine months per year. eggs of Petition the hoaorabl?! Board ef School Con*, ;
Board of Public Instruction before the
I Ij How would that develop a taste for coming missionen of Bradford County for an eleetics.>;,
or 2160 days. $22,000 divided by 2160 Democratic primary election from District to ":
establish he'das
made this
by a
Sut.school District
The first friendships No. 2. and solicit the votes of alt Demo
I equals $10, approximately, the value such things in the mule? OF REGISTRATION follows: .-;
'stranger are often worthless or worse. eratic electors. I hereby anj )nnce myself as a ea .ti late Commcnou at the corner rf '
I I of each and training N. H. STOKES. for the office of supervisor of '
must the respect and day's schooling registration Sec. 22. Tp.i.. Range 13 E. and run soutl -
Strangers earn fo? Bradford
I Now if want State of Ohio. city! cf Tcledo. l county subject to the decision of on Sec. line to township line dividing
J parents, you your the Democratic
and approval of people Lucas County. J* FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARDI primary election in June. and snips four and five thence E. on said j
./confidence boys to earn money, keep them in J. respectfully solicit the support .f the voters range l.ne dividing and 20 TonIi
whose friendship is valuable. Frank Cheney makes oath that be !. wish to announce that I am a candidatefor of the county. Ranges 19 ;
'1 school until they complete the high] senior partner of the firm of 1\ J. Cliene member of the board of public instruction south 03 nict) line to 0outheast corner
& Co., doing business la the C A. KNIGHT.SUPERVISOR tion 12 Tp. E. Kg. ,. west
0 \ City of To- I, for District No. 2, and I resoectfully sot'cit l' Thence ''
c' '- discovered school work, for there is no job on IcCo. County and State aforesaid and the support of the voters at the coming elec tion ljto r Swift reek: thence soutkiwt \:
i: The north pole was that will uneducated that said firm will pay the sum of ON E tion. June 2. and promise if elected, a faithful OF long Md ereek to West line of SectUm II!
and the south pole twice," says pay an boyor ; HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every discharge of my duty. I hereby Jnefsnorth! ,to northwest corner of said .*-, '
i dice case of Catarrh that crnnot ba cured announce myself as a candidate is 'I"
: and that is what ; thecce ne-fc&If :
't Missouri man $10 a day an J. E.: DOUGLASS. for supervisor of restrstioa of Bradford west on section line
from I the use of HAUlS CATARRH mile
; Peary. Many people are by CURE. county : thereenorth on center line of Sect**
i and respectfully solicit the
education will do for him. I FRANK J. CHENEY. support of the 8: to iorh *
of | Jiee of Sec. 8 thence north 1
far as the one discovery 1 democratic electors at the ; .
1- ; as Sworn to before me sal subscribed In FOR TAX ASSESSORTo election. coming primary ection line tc Baker county line; thenw tt* jii'
tie north pole is concerned. % my presence this tth day of December along .sai.f gaker county line to point rf
: k: A. D. 1SS& the citizens of Bradford County-I announce H. C. PEEPLES. beguining.V ,
f. Florida people go to Alaska for (Seal) A. W. GLEASON myself a eard'date for the office of And l.li

:<; Uncle Sam's; intervention in Cuban I gold and Alaska people come to Florida -, Catarrh Cure Is Notary taken Public.nan's great Assessor appreciation of Taxes. for Assuring the loyal yon support of my very and COUNTY COMMISSIONER f be uo. further..ed and to for vote te purpose upon the of mills eieetingdistrict" tO .

4 ( was not "* vain ** the Cabana I I for gold. There is gold in both and acts directly upon the blood internally and mucous eonfidpnoe so cheerfully given me in the past, I hereby announce that I am a candidate board of thre-; trMtaei for the Mid abchwl :'b:",, "
; :}- affairs > and pledging myself to a continuance of faith- for county commil&ionerfrom district I '
surfaces of No.
the Seal
I system. far 1.
i 't 'S :" ,'hue already developed into ardent I places and these people could save testimonials free. ful services if reflected. respectfully solicit I earnestly solicit! the support of the voters Narrec: John Crewi. G F. Alderman J. L "'ti

take to the traveling expenses and time by remaining -J I F. J. CHENEY ft CO.. Toled. O. your votrt in the primary election to be held I of the county at the coming primary election Mrs.bertt. Mr.; C. A. Joiner, H. H. WmisM'i
: and game Joe
fans .
,4 taueball I Sold by all Druggist TSc. June 2, 1914. June 2, and I pledge, myself to a faithful Loodhatter. J. a .
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I American fence. If quality and not Look over your list. of friends and LAKE BUTLER SECTION -I '1
When is
a. man: through with his =

I, i quantity fence.counts, you will buy American acquaintances, .and note their coarse. (.Continued. from ,Page, 1) day's cork ar.d'is sitting down resting ,:t, ':{
Law prices.DeWitt C -- --------- .
1 Bits of LocalInformation Jones.F. Did you not find on examination that .raised. in his home::be can not read the .'"

f those who today are men of influenceand I consider this to be as healthy as advertisements' on the fence and the yt .:,

1 P. Shaffer claims' to be the honor, were the youths who made anywhere I have ever lived. We have had bills'and circulars, that were left ) :

il champion angler since he caught an same malaria here, usually of a mild; on' the door stepduring.:| the day and r' '.,
the of their
most valuable time, turning I
eleven-pound trout at Crosbv lake ;ype, unless neglected. It is seldom have blown away or been destroyed. :':""

;1: Monday.: He says he has broken it to I good account? And on the that one hears of a case of hemorrhagic He calls for the paper and there finds f; ..1
C.ee..hj Oarm lrT. 3..,,,,..,, ., :
I i
trRjr."-6 "*. Cemntr and Tctr.. I all I records, but that he intends to ether hand do you not find those who fever, but malaria can, as a I the merchant's .announcements: and 1. i;

II establish another record on the next stood at the corners with a cigar orpipe rule, be prevented by the proper with nothing to'bother his mind he i

I trip. .in their mouths, went from bad screening of dwellings. It is the reads it carefully and calls his wife's \ -,

mosquito that comes around after 'attention to it, aiid they, decide to go _
Mr. E. D. Rowe, of Lawtey, was in Water coolers and ice cream freez- May Lodge, No. 10, I. 0. 0. F., has to worse, from worse to ruin? supper, while you are smoking on the to the merchant's store' and examine =k r '

Starke.Saturday, ers, Jones' Hardware. awarded the contract for reroofingand Neckwear-The very finest assort- porch, singing his favorite song and what is advertised. ='
plastering their
A. F. Guy, of Gainesville, was hereon Mr. and Mrs. L. 0. Chaplin and t will also install new furniture They and ment seen in Starke. Silk, Velvets, punctures your hide when he catches I
Telegraph $150
Washable. Some beauties. and the into per year.
napping injects
our you germ
business Monday. :
baby, of Jacksonville, visited his fixtures and will probably have a i-
windowHull's Store. blood. Do have ?
Department your we mosquitos
patents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Chaplin, cement covering the f
put on outsideof ,
Mr.A. H. Griffis, of Lawtey, visited .
Yes, and what other place in thee j jt
Saturday and Sunday. the building. : The insulated wire th
the county seat Saturday.Mr. suspending : .
south is free from them? We haveno I j

J. C. Manning visited relativesnear Mr. Curtis Murrhee has leased his Kiln dried dressed ceiling $8.00 and chandelier in the center of the Presbyterian scarlet fever and, it is rare one ; t

Sanderson Sunday.Mr. property near the city park to Mr. up per thousand. We can furnish church burned in two during hears of a case of diphtheria here. GALVANIZED WELL-CURBIICG\

Strawdy Austin and will occuny his all grades. Quigley Lumber & Supply= services< early last Sunday eveningand Also pneumonia is a rare disease. We is inexpensive and keeps the water f.

M. H. Chancey, of Raleigh, vis- cottage on north Tompson street. Co. the chandelier dropped to th have colds and coughs during the fall clean and healthfoL Light and easy,

ited his family here Sunday. eand winter, but very little genuine to handle. Warranted to give satis
, .,- I II I li I i BOSS OIL STOVES-Saves oil. B. R. Witkovski has a Rhode Island floor with a crash. The incident occasioned lag rippe, and the cases we do have faction. Call or write, .' -

I Embroidery dresses at Stump's. i Jones' Hardware. Red hen which he says is better than : some nervousness and somebody re not as severe as those in the QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. ': ,

, Miss Loca Morgan of Brooker, was Mr. 0. B. Gordon, of Raiford, candidate any: incubator on the market. Twomonths sent in an alarm of fire, but northern states. We have a type of ,

\. a visitor to Starke Monday. for the office of county treasurer ago she hatched a brood of for some reason the fire company did continued fever here that so far as
chicks] I
reared them and weaned themard
r was in the county seat .Thursday not There I know prevails more or less overall
Rev. Olin Boggess, of then began to lay. Now she is respond. was no dangerof I _,t
Lawtey, paid looking( after his political interests. the southern states. Some call i it
a conflagration and little
the county seat a visit Monday. I i I I again incubating another setting of damage resulted. very typhoid, but there are several points fffftf + tftf + + ff + + F

The railroad company has placed ar.ew eggs.; wherein it differs from the typhoid f t
New goods of all kinds
Stump'' train br.llstin board on the eastside Everything in field and lever in the + FOR SALE AT REDUCED
Mesrs. P. S. McMillan, J. H. andF. I Ia garden seed, more northern states. + t

: Mr. C. M. Williams and family of the derot_ which will prove S. Hemmingway, who moved to Florida peanuts, chufas, velvet beans, There is no diarrhoea or delirium attending f PRICES' + 1

moved to Fort Meade.this week. great convenience to the traveling Starke from Fernandina last week, peas. Garden seed in bulk and in it and the mortality is almost + One Walthast, 16 size, 13 ruby +

public. purchased the R. E. Hodges marketon small packages. Hull's DepartmentStore. nil. It is seldom that a case + jewels, 14k case, used a short +
Mr. E. P. Duncan, of Jacksonville + time, $18.00. One
Ninth street The busi- Mch. 6-tf terminates fatally. The worst thing Elgin, 18 + -
Strawberry crates, and rails. Tuesday.
was visitor to Starke this week. cups about it is its duration. It usually + size, 19 ruby (jewels, in gold +
P-ices the lowest lIul's Department ress will be conducted at the presentlocation Captain U. G. Turner is making a f

Percales and ginghams at Leviton's. Store. Mch. 6tf ,i1( under the firm style of special effort to raise Company "E1 continues from four to six weeks and f settings golj wheels, steel esf
:, & Hemmingway.I in some cases longer. It is my opinion cape wheel, fully adjusted, +
Mr. Charles Johnson, cf Lawtey,;i i Everybody: ebe is going to the I to the standard required for participation that it is always due to local f $21.00. Two South Bend, 17 + K'F

I was in Starke on business Monday. ,,, 1 Lawn Fete and Musicale at the Commercial : at Leviton's. in the national maneuvers in' condition and could be preventedf in jewel, 16 size, 'finely timed, in +

11 Hotel Friday evening, Mav i company with'the U. S. regulars every instance by proper sanitary .t 20-year casts, bosses, $15.00. + -
Mr. G. W. of ; Mr. and Mrs.
II Sapp, New River, Robert Butler offcilillan South Carolina about the middle f Diamonds
t1 \ j 17, and you ,will be lonesome if voudon't : precautions. It never attacks the respt, Opals ref
was in Starke on business Saturday. go.Miss 1.; North Branch, Mich., visited: Dr. A. July. Every company taking part in same subject a second time. Tuberculosis + polished and ball "lucks" taken + -

Ii t I. Brocade silk at Leviton's. I I I I' I.. Scott and Mr. and Mrs. John UelowSunday these maneuvers must have at least (consumption) very rarely develops toff of them. 'One fine blue- + '

I' x Kate Sternburg, who has visited and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. 40 enlisted men and two comm'issionedofficers. here. Most of the cases one + white diamond 90-IM: .caret +

it i Messrs. Willie Wainright and John her brother, :Mr. N. Sternburg, Butler are touring Florida in searchof Company "E" will probablyattend sees come here from some other state f deep and finely cut $185.00.A + ;, .t

I L Holden spent Sunday; in Jacksonville. ard family, here for two months, re a suitable location for a home andthey : the U. C. V. reunion at Jacksonville They usually recover if they do not + few new 16 size gold filled + -

B r 1 turned to her home in GainesvilleWednesday. were very favorably impressedwith :May 6, 7 and 8. + watches,
until accurate time
|i t| Mallory Jones, of Arcadia;visited I < this particular section. wait the disease is too far ad + : keep- + -

si't relatives here during the past week. Furnishings-That is one line that vanced. While we have our proportion ers. +

- 3 t{I!: Demonstration week of April 20th Mr. Richardson, EXPERT sheet we can truly say that we not only : of catarrhal troubles, sufferers f CALL ATI:.MINER'S: + ;

& [I Slippers of all kinds at Stump's.. ., \to 25th at Jones' Hardware Store. metal worker. Headquarters Jones' have the goods, the style, the selection from catarrh usually improve''after + : +

*' Hardware.A but we have the coming here. tfftftt + ffffft + t c-' .
J Mr. E.., W. Frazee of Lake City, SULFOCIDE right goods at
actually kills RE the right price. Hull's Our country schools run from five
made business Department .
ti a to
trip Starke Mon-
j A letter from East :
;SPIDER and THRIPS without injury Point Ga., conveys
I! Store. to eight months of the year. The stateand
:5 ;. day. to fruit or plants. One fiftycent the information that Mr. W. H. county pay for five months and Bargains in Second Hand -

3\% Mr. A. P. Fant S. A. L. industrial ( bottle is sufficient for one acre. Caldwell, who is superintending the Mrs A. R. Williams, of Marion the sub-districts levy a special tax Cars For Quick Sale.'y ;

i!| agent, was in Starke on business Mon- Apr 17-2t R. S. Fernandez. I construction of the new Starke high county, has bought the Louis Papp to run them two or three months {F .,

: i: day. I: Mrs. A. Price who school building, is having his fine r i farm near Starke and will move here longer. They begin in September and ----- f4 %t
. spent the winter home at East Point modernized and\ he
as soon as can complete
arrange run without intermission. One 1912 Flanders 20
: Teachersare Roadster
(, Rev. Ernest House, of Maxville; ,, in Starke, left Wednesday for Jacksonville I improved, the work being in chargeof ments. He will engage in berry from r
thirty-five to dollars ]
b:,. preached at the Christian church SunS for a visit of two weeks, afterwhich i his son, Mr. H. C. Caldwell. growing and truck fanning. Mr. month. sixty . . ,'. .. .275.00
she will return to her per
l day. homein Williams
.'\- > Kingston, Pa. Metal and wood frame windows says the only reason why As to insects, I do not think we One 1912 Flanders Touring Car j
> he did
BOSS OVENS-See fact that he did not know the agricultural .. . . .. .:. .$275.00
.: a business visitor to Starke your cake bake. Get our prices. Quigley Lumber & We have some red bugs
's| Monday. Jones' Hardware. Supply Co. possibilities of this sectiin. and ticks in the woods and jigger One 1913 Krit Roadster.$350.00Oflel913KritTouringCar$375.00

'* I He asserts emphatically that Bradford fleas get on the chicks if they are

, $ Easter millinery at Stump's. |i Mr. R. D. Wells, who has been Miss Blanche :Miller, of Atlanta, county looks good to him. allowed to go under dwelling houses (

visiting his mother and his many i Ga., has been engaged by the Misses -
pr barns during the warm months, s
: made Messrs.a business W. Stroud trip and to Jacksonville Roy Turner friends for here for two weeks, left Wednesday Hendrix & Payne as trimmer in their fence Upon I will arrival sell of at my prices car of so American low but there is no trouble if they are not One 1912 Haynes;. .$100.00I -\
Douglass, Ga. to visit
his millinery parlors for the rest of the egad allowed to go under such buildings.Not .
* ,,t Tuesday. brother, Mr. Ruric Wells. season in the place of Miss Mary you will buy a year's supply much attention is paid to fruit One 1913 Oakland Roadster
of time. See
: I Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson and children Mrs. C. A. Knight returned home Woodward, who was compelled to re- Jones' Hardware. on another page culture, though I am told that at one- '. .,' . . .$50Q.OO

'r<, were visitors in Lake Butler Mondav from Ocala last Friday, accompanied turn to her home in Quincy on time almost every one grew peaches I

[..i and Tuesday. ,'by her mother, Mrs. Ella Johnson, count of the Illness of her mother.acRev. J. D. Morrow, who spent a enough for home use. Hardwood I One 1913 Cadi" c 4 Passenger ]

';(-I, Shoes at Leviton's.Mr. j( who remained here with her daughter. Elders Burgess and Bennett, of the vacation in Florida this winter for the ashes and lime are needed in the soil .. .. .. ... .'. .500.00 .

Mrs. Knight is still confined to her Church of Jesus Christ of Latter benefit of his health, and who preached for peach trees and care is necessaryto .
;::1 W. H. Caldwell was in Jacksonville :- bed. Saints, who have been holding tent I regularly at the Presbyterian keep the borers out during the One Cadillac ThIck ). .$750.00KLOEPPEL 1

:* on business from Saturdayuntil church while here, left for his horn winter. There are some orange tree I : ,

}i t:,i"i.. I Monday. I Pine shingles at $1.75 per thou swill meetings continue in the Starke meetings for two until weeks Sunday -, in Toronto, Canada, Monday much improved around a number of dwellings, bu -" '. <
'')= Quigley Lumber &: Supply Co. in health and with no large in this .
a groves county. However CAR
J. W.
&: Son. are ri urn night. From here these gentlemen CO.
n sw' "' opinion of Florida. He will be a liv they would do well here if givenproper '
Nature has
their and sale stable put her will
livery a n e on spring go to Madison, Fla., where JACKSONVILLE FLA.
' I clothes and looks ing advertisement of the salubrity of attention. But there is not ,
dress of as fresh and sweet they will begin a series of meetings.
it paint.'I'I our climate. While here Rev. Morrow the in Phone
| and wholesome as a Starke girl in money orange groves that some 4787.; s
? Embroideries at Leviton's. I Hon James T. Wills Saturday formed might think. I
Via$ t I I Ij the Easter outfit that she didn't wear returned many friendships and his would rather have April

; Dr. J. M. Jones of Interlachen. Sunday on account of the "horrid" noon from Starke, where he unique and unconventional sermon an apple orchard in the Ozark region,, 10-21.. ii
was rain. spent several days with his family, aroused much interest among church acre for acre, than an orange grove :_-- _
,{ in Starke .
on a professional visit r
, Mon-I I who are there on a visit. Judge Willswill members and outsiders. Florida. Insects make it an ever-
;_: day_ and Tnssdav-_ .+fffifffff*+ftf ,
u New spring goods at Leviton's.I go to Bronson in time to convene lasting fight to keep a grove in good } .. ,
r Clothing-A good line to
:: c Mrs., M. E. Wilson of Pensacola.I the spring term of Circuit Court for 'ondition. +' CLASSIFIEDADVEa-nSING:
: I, and Mrs. J. J. Burton and Dirs.Burton's select from. Fine line of Men's hats, .
:. is visiting her son Mr. J. E Wilson Levy county tomorrow morning. Several As for land values, they range all + +
sister, Miss Mary M. Bevill, seasonable. Just arrived. Come in tfff+. tf+++ff4+ -
the 4+si
s and wife this week. I members of the local bar will at way from five dollars.per acre for
moved horn Jacksonville to Starke and see them. .
.. tend the court-Gainesville Sun. c:ut over lands to ten to
thirty for
; American wire fencing 24, 34, 46, Wednesday and are living in the A. Hull's Department Store. improved farms LOST-Cow, white and black pied,

?:, 18 inches Hull's Department Store. Z. Adkins house on east Madison Talk up your town; don't run i it soil according to qualityof medium small-' with Khort rope
street. CARD TO THE PUBLIC. improvements, distance froma around horns, also short horns
down. If you do not like it, leave it ,
(' Rev. E. C. Bostick, of Alachua, but don't stay here and abuse it. Along s To the Democratic Electors of Brad railroad, etc. I would suggest that marked with upper nick'in one ear. Y

.. preached morning and evening at the Screen Doors hung, just phone me. as choose to reside here ford county: I am a candidate for you have a good home where you are, Reasonable rewarji offered.. C. M.
,.,, Baptist church Jones', Hardware. you you commissioner from the Fifth .good health,church and school 'facilities Williams Starke -
Sunday. county Fla.
are a component part of the place and Apr 17-lt -
I good
r District and make the announcement neighbors,stay where you r t'-i
Messrs. W. A. Tillis, Scott Andrews and are very foolish to see your o I-
your girl to the Lawn Fete yroconscious are; but if there are reasons '
why !
and P. A. Talk of my ability to give you Croppers. Wanted--I want! renters or
disparaged. town
and Musicale at the Commercial Hotel Crosby, of Brooker, were up your you should make '
a change
. Friday evening, May 17. in Starke Wednesday attending to the write and speak in its praise, andshow faithful service and am anxious to Lake Butler and what, come to share croppers en my 80:acre farm, --

transfer of some real estate, which yourself worthy of your home carry out my ideas of the said office. to offer. If see we have,' located 2 miles north :;of Starke. a

, : High quality and low prices. The Mr. Tillis had sold to Messrs. Andrews and friends. I am aware of the fact it is an im farm you come determined to Will divide same In lots to .suit.C. -

,.. best in harware DeWitt C. Jones. I and Crosby. portant and responsible position. I on progressive up-to-date lines .. S. Durling, Starke. Fl*. Apr 3tf ; ?
Cars of lumber arriving daily and I t will remember every official act shouldbe you will succeed. If you expect to I I, -

r The fine rain Easter Sunday disappointed I V. R. Prevatt, proprietor of the we 'are better prepared than ever to as an employe of'the people. I pursue the slipshod methods that so I FOR SALE-For cash or j I easy payments -

the ladies but it' was very I Palace barber shop, Mrs. Prevatt and supply your needs in lumber and build think the people should know what a many follow by scratching the top six-room house and two lots <

1 beneficial to all vegetation.Mr. Mrs. Nina V. Hobby, all of Hampton, ing materials. Quigley Lumber &: man stands for who seeks a position. of the ground and leave results to in Starke, Fla. T..D. ptoctor,533

F. C. Cochrane,:of. Palatka, were irk this city on business Monday. Supply Co. As to things I shall now specify, the find Providence and the seasons, you will Riverside Ave.,. Jacksonville, Fla." x
k transacted business They returned home in the Johnson things I will stand for if I am elected, too busy to look after April 10-4t i ,
in the
metropolisof Mr. George S. Harshberger, wife, your interests and will .
& Anderson continue to
: automobile. I beg to submit the following -t
Bradford county Monday. child and dog, of Kansas City, are scratch
S a man's
poor the
I1 will strive to keep up the credit rest FOR SALE OR RENT+six-room
All kinds of embroidery visiting Mr. F. E. Poole and family of life. :
SUMMER Have your house ; :Stump's.Mr. here. Mr. Harshberger has one of of the county by the practice of strict house with shade and fruit trees.

i ereened. Jones', Hardware. and Mrs. H. M. Chastain have the finest specimens of the colt y economy and will contend for value B..P. WILSON. Ground for garden, god water. :f f

as their guests this week Mr. Chas- received for the county for all money LAWTEY Cheap. 'Apply to W. E. Davis,
I veriety of dogs have .
Every Jack and his Jill will be at we ever seen.He
I tain's expended. I believe Senator A. Z. Adkins and Dr. and Starke, Fte.
the mother, Mrs. H. T. Chastain we can build Apr 3tf'OR
Lawn Fete and Musicale Friday! is a big, handsome fellow, tan Mrs.
I and sister, Miss Shelley Chastain of better roads with the same levy, but U. G. Turner, of Starke, and
evening, May 17 at the Commercial : and white in color, and has a long, CoL
,. Lake with the and Mrs. J. C. Adkins of Gainesville : SALE CHE.\Y-Oae y
not ,
same I second'
!' Hotel City, and brother, Mr. J. R. bushy coat of hair that is the envy practice. favorcontracting I
Chastain, of Lake Butler. of bald-headed in town. our roads, have a regular, were guests at the home of airs hand 4horse poser gasoline engine
every man
Senator and roads I M. E. Edwards last Sunday. in first-claa' 'condition.
A. Z. Adkins and family gang stump straighten the Quig C

and Dr. U. G. Turner and family visit For dry goods. Leviton. We are sole agents for New Home, and only throw them up where they Rev. and Mrs. Olin Boggess were. ley'Lumber & Supply Co.

ed MM. M. E. Edwards at Lawtey Miss Mary Woodward who has sewing machines in Bradford county.i need it. Have ever contended against visitors to Starke Wednesday. ,

s been Johns Furniture Co. Mr.,O. L. Thomas was a business WANT-purchasers or renters for
Sunday. ; connected with the Hendrix & Starke, Fla. a commissioner letting to himself
I I Payne millinery establishment for Apr 3-3t I work and 0. K.- ng his own bills. While visitor to Starke Wednesday.Mr. some good farms :ion' liberal terms
There will A. J. D. E. KNIGHT.iStarke.; 12-26 tf.
special Easter services several weeks, left for her home in I would represent a district I feel like Lowry was a'visitor to .

at the M. E. church next Sunday.Mr. Quincy, Fla., last Saturday on accountof Work on the new Starke schoolhouse : my obligations would be to the wholepeople Jacksonville last Sunday FOR SALE-Singer sewing machines, .t

the illness of her mother. is progressing at a satisfactory I of the county. I appreciate the Miss Annie Brown Edwards visited
new second-hand
Frank L Wall, of Jacksonville or cheap. D.W.
rate. The foundations have been laidthe relatives in Starke .
fact that I Cannot see all the electors, Wednesday.Miss Manning Starke ::
Representing the Atlas Oil Co., was Clothing at Leviton's. walls have been raised to the level Louie Belle Brown is ; Apr 3-5t t
but solicit spendinga
here I the support of all and
Tuesday soliciting business for of the first floor and the few -
joists are days with friends in Palatka.
,,1 his firmMr. The mother who allows the bluesand pledge to do all in my power to give FOR SALE- One new'Perfection Oil Y
being placed in position. The dimensions Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and baby
faithful spenta
sulks to and sitisfactory service. Stove and small
overshadow the home one gasoline stove.J. .
R. E. Hodges and of the building leave ho room Most part of Wednesday at the home 4
family moved
who allows herself to be respectfully, T. Quigley. 313tfTo
I Wednesday from moody and to doubt that the new structure will of Mrs. M. E. Edwards.Mr. .
Ninth street to the discontented, fails in a chief A. B. Surrency,
,, Baptist pastoral residence on north places a handicap on her duty husband and lave ample floor space to meet the Brooker, Fla. April 14, 1914- Marcus Brown returned to Core Cold: la One Oa r '
demands of the district for school at Gainesville -
Walnut to last
years week.
street and children in the race of life. I fete LAXATIVE BKOUO Ouia u:. It key*dw .
t dome. Telegraph $1.50 a ear.t A daughter was born to Mr. andMrs. Coup tad Headache and work Gif the CoU. .
Dwnutt refund noaey. if k Cab to Px
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: SERVANTS OF OTHER DAYS; Playing the Piano.. ORDER OF PUBLICATION a H. C. RICHARDGeneral (!) y.ft@) '\ I
:1\ Millloni of people Play the piano la tile Circuit Curt 8ta Jafidal Cared!. -

Few people listen to them. Why II Bradford Coanty. Florida 1 iN I
y A Uniform Scheme That Failed and Bradford Bank, CorpcratUa.
that? Let ine remind you of a little County a WOMAN

i Y Ugliness as an Asset. story. One summer Joseph Jeffersonthe VS IS ONLY Insurance f Nervous? I

In 1S6H the formation was attempteIn dearly beloved old actor spent apart W. J. Hillmaa Ccnpanjr. a corporation et. i aI I

London of a league of bOI1, wh'e Bill U RBOTO Cloud and Quiet Title A cB i0
littl .
( of his holiday near a lonely < '
i I'lt-dgvd to eiig.ige! only servants wb village Early ou Sunday morning ht! To All Whom it Mar Concern Greetim: WOMANBUI } Mrs. Wilier Vincent, 4

t, would undertake to wear a uniforo DIet the clergyman or tbe place. It appearing by the iworn bill of complaint BUIGOOD I represent none bat FIRST-CLASS O' of Pleasant Hill, N. C., I@
entitled that there are -
in the above cause per1001
lu the manifesto it wa
1 ti preliminary Church and stage Instantly beam interested in the property described: I in ft companies and will be constantly on thf writes For three sum .
also IlropnMl'f1 to prohibit servants trout from"
friendly and Jefferson was akec and involved i in Guarantee leers, I
the said bill of eompla'Dt
( wiring sued as flower CIGAR alert to promote your I
: "suiyrtluities.
I ; whether he would care to read a par this sujt other than the known defendant, liJ I nervousness, dreadful

x feather. hnwclieH, buckles or clasps. of the service. He consented to read and that the names and residences of such SMOKE? courteous treatment to all patroni.A pains inlmy. back and 'fC .
earrin1 locketx. neck ribtions and vevets IS A
Gar the Lard's Prayer. After the servki' persons are unknown to the complaint and well written policy by a first-clasi sides, anf weak sinking I@ .
kid gloves Jackets. @
blll is.!; triinmin ou dresses, crinolineor the white haired clergyman shook: hi that in the said bill relief is prayed again* ; ..o ai Rt 4 agent in a first-class company some : spells. Three bottles of (A

band. Tears were in his eyes as he such unknown persons; .+ n1z1U 4blctU.ld L+i I woman'stonic
Cardui the r
( xteel of any kind. On her Sunday said MAh. Mr. Jefferson you ought to Therefore it is ordered that all parties APPEARANCES ARE DECEIVIN'' times means much in case of loss by fin 1 relieved, entirely I
'i out :\ servant was to assume "a nl'at interest in the property herein me

alpaca tin**, lini-u collars and cuffs. have entered the rhtirchr: "Why? claiming after described an: or any part thereof, under The actual worth of women c H C. RICHARD Stake, Fla. )I, I feel like another
asked the actor. "Because wba the ,
.black apron. black shawl, straw bon, great I Alachu cigars cannot be determined by "
G. W. Robonson deceased late of @I 1 person, new. I I@]:
rend sinks into the hearts of you I Ibearens.
+!:: net found round with ribbons threa you County Florida, or under Fred M. Lewis or looks. Most men select their cigar '

or cotton gloves tomalll'otton umbrell I thought I' had never bean otherwise, and all parties, claiming an late by color, the shape,'and the smooth ,' TAKE '

,' to uVep oft the sun and rain." The to.: the Lord's Prayer before you read 1beautifully. eat in the property hereinafter described: or the And how ofte < I@
of wrapper.
toe was tJ l>e diversified in ('oM ao "Well. said the modest any part thereof lying and being in the and symmel I J

old actor, "yon know don't you of Bradford. State of Florida, to-wit: their beautifully brown
; "weather by a linsey dress a she[- County and COFFINS CASKETS ] '
herd's plaid shawl. This extraordinar, that hardly one person in a million 18 N;!:. except 15 acres on East side of l S. real perfectos prove a snare 1 Cardui

taught to read." of Section 1 N&. except Call for "A. P. H. fin And a Full Line ofUndertakers'
: f scheme found very few supporters. Ilnd ever rightly A. L. Ry in NE 4. ; delusion. I

.. had to be abandoned. Similarly few people are ever rightly E& of NE14 of NWVi and W% of NW% cNEU. cigar and you will always get a goo SuppliesAlways

taught to play. That is why of Sections; N'i of NWft and NW!. @) I
t' .t Some bygone housewives appear to per value and a good smoke.Manufactured. hand. The bed eer-
have regarded ugliness as n quality to baps. s'j few care to listen to the average of NEH of Section 12 ; N% of Lot 12, and by I on } The Woman's Tonic F .
I% WorldWhen all of Lots 22. 23 24, 27. 30 31, 32, 33, 3; rice at the lowest prices. Special
be desired In their servants. Whe p1aYt'r.Woman's I
of Section 14 Lot 34 of Section 15 STARKE CIGAR CO, Telegraph Orders .,I 50
',rI( Eliza Coke daughter of Coke of Nol 36, 37. 38 ; attention to I I for over years,
all in Township 6 South Range 22 East do Starker Fla. Cardui has been jt@I
< : folk was about to marry she wrote to the Full Moon Lights Sahara 4 helping
to said bill of complaint on or befoi Embalmer
appear Registered to relieve women's unI@t(c
? her prospective mother-in-law: Tra, The following description of the
? the 6th day of April: 1914 the same being NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE I'
have the KiKMliie to decide as you Egyptian full mOOD is quoted from "It necessary pains f and
of this Court and that this 'otde concerned that 1
a rule day ; Notice is hereby given to all
3l'1 think best about the pretty housemate Happened In Esypt be published once a week for 12 consecutive six months after date hereof I will present DeWlTT C. JONES @J building weak women up [I

i I wish she were less pretty and less "The stars stoke( to us as we walked weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph, a my final returns as admin:trator of the fa- I to health and strength. II }
if her conduct and weekly newspaper of general circulation in tate of Sallie S. Chesser, late of Bradfoi Successor to G. C ",-kCo. )I
fowl of dress, but soft footed through the sand, and th< to the 1 It will do the same fc: y
said Bradford County Florida. Florida, deceased, and apply i
; principles are good neither sire really) pure wind of the desert spoke other WITNESS the Honorable J. T. Wills county County Judge of Bradford County. Florid .11'1' Starke Fla, I @I you, if given a fair trial. I I@: j jI

objectionable faults. I think our establisbuuMit words of the same language-the Ian Judge of the said Circuit Court and also my' for my final discharge !I I
: well the seal of thiCourt BATTER. So don't wait but begintaking
off vial signature as J. D.
@ moral
will be a pattern universe and of nature I
*- guage of tbe this the 31st day of December, 1913, at Administrator of the Estate of SallieChesser i S, : Ordui today for
I I@:
Ity. particularly if Mr. Sbmhojie ei Here and there yellow lights in a die, Starke. Florida. deceased. @I .
'' gages the Sluillliug butler and the terrible taut camp dashed out like fireflies; faraway W. T. WEEKS Jan 26m. its use cannot harm you,
Circuit Court F) ,cJ
Chicago News.VERY bleached like bone cave an effect or! A. V. LONG AND J. E. FUTCH For Weakness and Loss of AppetiteThe 1 good. E-72 I
1-9-lSt Solicitors for Complainant Grain Privileges Old Standard general strengthening tonic.GROVE'S -a
shore and then I
surf now
on an unseen : TASTELESS chill TONIC drives out -

ANCIENT ART. a silent swift moving Arab stealim: Malaria and builds up the system. A true tonic :
out of shldomlJht have been tht In Circuit ORDER Court.FOR 8th PUBLICATION.Jud.cial: Circuit. Bradford MONEY IN WHEATPuts I lad sure Appetizer. For adult and children. 6Oc.I @ @ @i@ i@ ,

That Date Back to white woiuau who hauuU the sphinx County, Florida. and calls are the safest and I I
Rude Paintings and the C. M. Altarez. Complainant, surest msthod of trading in wheacork ,
Prehistoric Times. hurrying to u fatal tryst ;gr-ai
vs. loss
seemed float between desert E. Alvarez, or oats. Because your
pyramid to Cosmoh'arez, Mrs. Florence
Remains of prehistoric man which I absolutely limited to the amount +
sand and olididlessky like the et->
t_ are occasionally covered seem to Bill to remove cloud quiet title and correct bought. No further risk. I
prove that there was a knowledge of goldeu palace' of Aladdin being truns.llOrtt'fi description in deed. Positively the most profitable way; RheumatismBlood
through; air by flits genie of tht TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I
art even in the earlie-.t times. A SpanIsh GREETING: of trading.
f f nobll'II.lt. Marvellino de Sautuols lamp There nevervas such gold as It appear by the sworn bill of com Open an account You can buy 10 Poison

,. lutllltl"lllIy digging in a cave on: this gold of rand and pyramids undei plaint, in the above cause, that there are puts or 10 calls on 10,000 bushel
was .
-9 stow the moon! persons interested in the property describe grain for $10, or you can buy botl j Scrofula Malaria
his estate in search of prehistoric in this bill of Complaint and involved in thi wisr ,
-- --- --- for $2l or as many more as you
implements uiul bones, while his littl suit other than the known defendants and
of such An advasce or decline of 1 cent give Skin DiseaseBecause
1 him. bird Balla.tti'"rm Sign. the namts and residences person
occupied -
daughter who accompanied cruwd ol are unknown: to the complainant, and that in vou the chance to take $100 profit r
x herself in play. "What is all that great raid bit relief sprayed against such unknown A movement of 5 cents $500 profit
it Purifiesthe j
She h'lpl't'uetllollltik up at the vaulted crows doin;:T we asked the aged rir=on : Write for full particulars and Ban!
Therefore is ordered that partie
ceiling overhead and began 't lighthouse kee(>er. claiming en intertft in the property herein References.R.. Blood

.. about "Torus! ,Toros:" in such excite "Them crows there the old man an after described or any part thereof under W. NEUMANNNew

hi moot that her father paused to invest!- swered, "is takln' on ballast sign 01 Joseph T. D.llaberry.; deceased. J. G. Alvarez, First National Bank Buildin,] BXAO WHAT NOTED PSOFLR'AY OF 37
s deceased, or either of them, or otherwise; arod
gate.: Iniinitli.iJely be forgot his scare] storm all parties claiming an interest in the propert; COI/UM3US, OHIO LIPPMAN'S GREAT REMEDY-P. P. P.
for stone hll\il>mpnt The little git The beach white In the winter sunshine hereinafter described or any part thereof, Address all mail to Lock Box 142i
covered with crows. The lying and being in the City of Starke. Brad Dr. AUdndsc. Eegeacy, Texas writes: Rabbi Solomon lilt the. Saraanah COB- -q;
reuiarkubli was "
had discovered some very gregatioa.writes: Had seven attack of
ford County. State of Florida : "It Ii tile leading blood purifier.
prehistoric mintiugs.. seemed to be feeding busily. 465 feet Eeast and West by 60 feet North Cat and Dog Convicts. Dr.WlIt ML JIeteaIf-.Ga..prescribes I Malarial fever lasting from a waek to ten

( The paiutiuKH were of the bison "No; they ain't fet.din.." said the and South, bounded on South by land of E. Beyond the lovely vale of Kashmir It. and with P.P.P.completely cured J. days. I took your medicine.. a forlornH.
t who had suffered fifteen hope but now e< ot. that P.P.P. was
Johns on East by Street on West by Davidson
which the little girl mistook for bulls kl'eper."They're swallerin' sand: ballast line of SEW ofNW'/ See 28 Tp. 6, S. R.22 E. across the Indus lies a desolate settlement years with blood poison and sores. a real benefit. -

', .r toro. The colors were red. black you know-ballast for the bigt: on North by land ofJacob Johns in the City of: where convicts are transported. IT WILL HELP YOU TOO-AT ALL DRU CIIT8-I.oo

and gray. The technique of the draw winds that are cumin: Yep, a storm: Starke do appear to the said Bill of Complaint Probably one of the quaintest' convicts -
on or before the 4th day of May, 1914, F. V. LIPPMAN SAVANNAH GEORGIA
Ings and the proportions of the figure: is doo." the same being a rule day of th's court. who crossed the passes and entered ,

'were really\ good and the position,! The crows rose a trifle heavily, and And this order be published once a week for ; this penal settlement writes,Cap- .

s were very lifelike. flew back Inland again. Soon. bow Telegraph 12 consecutive, a weekly weeks newspaper in Bradford of .oenoral Count}' lain II. L. Haughtou: in port and t.EiEEiFNE

la the cavern of Font de Gaume ever a fresh lot made a second great circulation published in said Bradford County. Folk Lure In the Himalaya." was a _

Franc paintings of mammoths bison black blot on the white beech. Flor'da. fine tabby cat. This cat was convicted -- -
WITNESS the Honorable J. T. Will, judge
t and other animals have been found "Yep. them's my barometer." said of said Circuit Court and also my official of 110 I less offense than that of killIng -

and most of them show a considerable the old keeper: "crows swallerin' sand signature as well as the seal of this Court, and devouring, a parrot and a pet [ [ [[
this the 3rd of 1914,
day February at Starke
degree skill. In the great caverns for ballast-a sign a storm is doo.- Florida. myua belonging to tbe old mabarajatmd

> ..of Nhrui. mar Tarascon. France, hall Sew York Tribune. W. T. Weeks. Clerk Circuit Court was sentenced to penal servitude

a mile from the entrance, the anioott By R. A. Weeks. Deputy Clerk.A. for life. A very old officer cf the
S. Crews Solicitor for Claimant (L.S.)
g, polished walls are covered with on tUne Proud of His Infamy. Feb. 6-12t. Kashmir army told the writer that tat A GENHAL[ TONIC TAKE GROVE'SThe [

sir drawings of nnimaU, drawn in oxide When the Voltiimo burned in mid remembered this cat in Bunji and

S manganese mingled! with grease whist ocean a few of the men rushed the SHERIFFS SALE bat: It was allowed a ration of flour
Notice is hereby given that by and under
gives permauetatlithographlr: effect oc boats and were knucked down by the virtue of that certain writ of Execution issu- tally by the state. Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is Equally

the smooth ttwkstoAe.y .. captain. What: becomes of such men jug out of and under the seal of the Circuit Captain Hun hton allude also to a
Court in and for Bradford County. State of"lorda Valuable as a General Tonic because it Acts on the Liver,
in after days? Do they hide In shame mae where a dog and a pestle were
A. D.
: bearing date of March 4th.
t "Rats" and Royalty. from their fellows fearful that they 1914, in that certain cause therein pending brought to trial: Drives Out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up

In "Random Recollections," by R may be recognized and their Infamy imith wherein and O. L.B. Thonuu A. McCubbins i* plaintiff.. late and partners L. C A dog playing in the courtyard of shove the Whole System. For Grown People and Children.

+ 3u' Caton Woodrille. is a story in which proclaimed Not necessarily. A pub kung busines under the firm name and >tyf< horse ran against a big wooden\ t

,King George when Duke of York) flgcrest lie librarian was once visited by a man of Smith & McCubbins are defendants I.S. pestle used for pounding grain which
B. Denmark, as ,herift'of Bradford Count You know what you are taking when you take Grove' Tasteless chill Tonicas
Tbe duke was examining a new who him for book notable In falling killed a baby sleeping under
came to a on 'lorida. have levied upon and will offer for
the formula is label that it contains the well known
printed on showing
UauKor riffl'or the latest pattern-the shipwrecks. Be searched the pages eagerly ate to the highest and best bidder for cash on lentil it The doz: and the pestle were every
type then" purchased Kruger which Monday. April 6. 1914. between the legal hours tonic properties of QUININB and IRON. It is as strong as the strongest bitter
by then pointed out a referring twtb brought before the judge, why
passage hence South 210 feet to the place of beginning
tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for Malaria, Chills and Fever
t had been presented to Mr. Woodville: to a seaman who tried to takea of Seet'on Eighteen. Township Five, onrlcted tbem both and sentenced
"I shiiwed him the rifle and its mechaism South of Range twenty-one East, containing Weakness, general debility and loss of appetite. Gives life and vigor to Nursing
woman's in lifeboat and had ben tea term of hard labor.
place a of the Courthouse the City
rate of sale in front in
Mothers and Pale, Sickly Children. Removes Biliousness without purging.
and expressed an opinion that It been shot by the captain. "I'm that >d Starke. in Bradford County. Florida all of
was superior to the Lee-Metford and he following described real estate as follows Rent Free. Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the lint to action and
man" be declared that his exploit Living
.+ Lee-Enfield riflw. I had a talkative .o-wit: Commencing at the South-East Cor- purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer. A Complete Strengthener.
very offer- the North. In street Chelsea England
should appear in print and 'ier' of the South-East Quarter of Sydney
which did not and No family should be without it. Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean it. SOc.
parrot West of the North-Enst Quarter
ed to show the shot wound to support I Quarter teopfe are living rent free. But this IsDot
210 feet for a point of be-
running North
b use polite language.: The duke examined his claim.\ -Chicago News. Hnninp: thence running Went 210 feet; tie only place so distinguishedVhetti

the two rifles carefully and at last _. hence North 210 feet: thence East 210' feet; tbr leaxe of a house in para o4Snglaad

rq. expressed an opinion that he thought one acre, more or less with all the appurenances is running out the owner .
From Many, One. thereto belonging. The same being
our rifle better or, at any rate, as good evied upon as the property of L. C. Smith ometimes find ty more economical) to
"This is our, most valuable fowl.
when a voice came from behind his one of the defendants and will be sold to bandon his property and avoid paying SEEDS--SEEDS
2; said the amateur hen farmer."A at'sfy said execution and eoet
back with the rude 'RatsT! It
; remark fine bird." remarked the visitor. S. B. DENMARK he ground landlord$ OO or so on what
'vas my parrot. The duke wheeled Sheriff. Bradford County Florida. are termed dilapidations. Meanwhile POTATOES
4hr ,'wHaud. 'Who said that?' he asked and trying to look wise \. Z. Adkins Attorney for Plaintiff. the tenant lives happily without a land- TOMATOES. ,
"Yes. indeed We 'have named herE larch 6-5t
( thej'bird again repeated 'Hats, rats!' Pluribus [;nuw." lord Some houses are forsaken even l MELONS ETC. Burt or 90 day Seed Oab. Selected

: "Wh.tbt! name':" the visitor ques- SHERIFPS SALE rhen the teases not expiring Here Seed Field Corn, Cow or Field Peas, Velvet Beans,
: I Notice is hereby given that I, S. B. Denmark the explanation Is that the owners are
3 i: denial Man. tioued,. Sheriff of Bradford County, Florida, Chufas, Peanuts, Sorghum, Millet.
"She came from tbe only egg thathabhed nder and by virtue of certain writ of ex- aortgajred p to tae extreme limit. Ittax
Wby don't you learn to dancer the seal of ILLUSTRATED
of in the incubator.
'..bqt VWhat's tbe user rejoined Mr. New York Times fifty uit he Circuit of Florida.Court in of and the for Eighth Bradford Judicial county Cir- I no balance left t''' maintain the pro|>- Reliable Seed for all crops. The oldest established and largest

Groucher. "I can get tired without upOn a certain judgment duly entered in said rty and s* h is not worth keeping.( seed house m Florida.

pfng to all that trouble. ."-Washiug- Almost. I Circuit Court in and for Bradford county, Should the property require heavy ex- DARBY & MARTIN
tau Star. Florida on
Horace-Did tbe college authorities I THE 7TH DAY OF MARCH. A.D. 1814n enditure fee repairs the mortgagees

reinstate young Smith after be wasexpelled a certain cause therein pending wherein rfrain from claiming it Occasionally 206 East Bay St. Jacksonville Fla.
Good is like Nelson W. Francis is plontiff, and Joseph ,
temper a sunny day. ? HelenAlmost Horace- too. owners die leaving no one to sueeed -
is defendant which said judgment was
It sheds ita brightness everywhere.Etcfico .- Almost? Helen-Ves; 1 beard bbl folk: duly recorded and entered on the 7th day of them aid then tenants with suf- Feb 6-tf.

m Proverb. larch.. A.D. 1914 in foreign judgment book ictent audacity can lie low andsquat" l .
say he was No.2. page 4. will otter for sale, and will "
!ell for cash to the highest and best bidder until twenty years' undisturb- -

e'w = _..__' 0_' thereof and therefor, at the Court House intarke. e d pbssessiea gives them permanent -
iu- ,- Bradford' County, Florida, on Monday uaershlpr
the 4th day of May A.D.. 1914. between -
he legal hours of sale the following deserib:

ed Lots property 2 and, to-wit 4 of: Block 8 in the Originalown Picked the On Fitting Word.In .

> of Starke. the opinion of fastidious judges *

The said above described: property beingevied fell as la that of the public Joba FavoriteFertilizers
upon and sold as the property of the
efendant. Joseph Eckert to satisfy and pay Bright was the best parliamentary

IN aid execution and costa esker of his day. He had all the
This 3rd day of April. A.D. 1914.
STOCK S. B. DENMARK. physical attributes of a great orator.

r Sheriff of Bradford County. I eluding a splendid voice Hfs diction. _
ornto& Stephens PlantifTs Attorneys.
i+ 0 PLANERS BESAWS STEAM FEEDS Lpr.l; 3-5t irawn largely from the English Bible

MATCHERS SELF FEED RIP ed Milton was further enriched by a

x I TOWER EDGERS TRIMMERS NOTICE OF ELECTION nowledge of all the great English

i7 f PERKIXS SHINGLE MACHINERY Tie Board of Public Instruction of Bradford oets. and his most recent biographer. ARE BEST
County by tM power vested in them
ENGINES, wp t. 40 .. SAWMILLS 'nder Section 9L. Article 406 of the School George Macaulay Trevelyan. claims for "'

BOILERS, up t. 40 .. Llat wad Heavy Laws of Flor'da. hereby order an election tolIP him the additional distinction of an Intuition FOR
CANTETORS held for Boat Drain Special Tax District for the '
CONVEYORS SLAB right word that al-
to. 7 on the 10th day of April 1914 at Boat ,
.. GASOLINE ENGINES STEAM FEEDS i itifMq )rain school house, for electing three trusteesnd lost unerring. .

1 LATH MILLS STAVE MILLS issutsed.to determine the number of mills to be In the bouse of commons at the crisisf ALL CROPS

DISSTON SAWS Managers of election Mann'ng: Griffis Steve idthe Crimean war Bright daringly Write for Catalogue. ,
SAW BITS for all makes of saws "a-ter. Perry 't"wsom. l
F. G. Schell. Secy and Suot of Schools.
SHAFTING$ PULLETS BOXESw Starke. Fla.. March 2. 1914. 3-1J-51 "The angel of death has been abroad

z BELTING 4 nde -Medina to best hrougbout the land: you may almost

LOG CHAINS CANT HOOKS TONGS NOTICE OF ELECTION bear the beating of his wings."

EVERYTHING FOR THE The Board of Public Instruction of Brad- ,He carried It off triumphantly, but
ord county by the rower vested in them
SAWMILL nder Section 91. Article 406. of the School Cobden aftervnrdaId' to him:

Write forPrlcea .aws of Florid hereby orders an election "If you had said "flapping",the house INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER CO.
to be held for Thomas Special Tax Distrcto. rould have laughed.
t 1 26, on the 10th day of April. 1914. at'homas I .
school house for the election of

'brae trustees and to determine the numberf .. She Had It. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.WE .
t'S mills to tx assessed.'
a Managers of election. J. H. dattox,- J. S. "Did she write her husband's epl-
'rarce. A .A. Douglass bplJ?" "Yes. She was bound to have SELL SEED POTAVOKSr I

F. G. Schell. Secy and Sept Schools. he last Sll-Town _
Starke. Fla.. March 2. 1914. 3-13-5t Topics

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L + + + pairing bridge $5.00 C. C. Carter, Gainesville jail $7.50, S. B. Denmark
+ + 1\\ (
. ++ + + + + + + .+ + + + +
+ day on road $1.25, Louis Carter, 9 case Oliver Williams $430 tleo. A.
' + + days on road $5.00 Adam Tison, 2 Gardiner, case of Oliver Williams'
COUNTS WARRANTSPauper + days on road $2.50 W. H. Carter, $3.48 W. T. Weeks, cost Ct. Ct., Will ,
4- + + + + + work and team on road $42.87, Kames; Moore case $5.64 W. T. Weeks, cost i
+ + + + +
+ + + + Allowance. Kite lumber and hauling, work on Ct. Ct. E. B. Johns case $1.32, W. T. j, an

$4.00, Florence road $8.50, E. D. Abernathy lumber!I Weeks cost Ct. Ct. Albert Boots case
Carrie .Sparkrcan Green $5.00 $26.64, W. S. Croft 2 1-2 days road $2.16, J. B. Dowling, D. S., case Albert
llolton $3.00, Polly Ann Lizzie Hunter insp. $10.00, J. F. Williams gen. road| Barts $7.05, S. B. Denmark, deliver- ,
Mary Prevatt Martha work $43.60, Charlie Young, gen. road ing Albert Barts to Reform School
$4.00, John Wright Ward$2.50$6.00, Martha work $29.70, Jim Williams gen. road I $75.00 S. B. Denmark freignt on Extraordinary .

Tool $3.00, Mary Conner $3.00 work $10.50 W. B. Waters, gen. road blankets and cots $2.00 Geo. A.I

Gatlin $4.00, Nancy Viney Dyess $4.00, work $8.60, Rob. Showers, gen roadwork Gardiner, case Arch Johns $2.08 S'I
Mary Brooks $2.00 Parrish $17.50, Harris Tomlinson gen.'. B. Denmark, case Arch Johns $ ,
James I
Wm. Glisson $5.00, $5.00 road work $29.50 John Smith gen.] Geo. A. Gardiner, case Johnnie Sur-

$5.00, Ervin Higginbotham McLennan road work 50c Joe. Nessmith, gen. rency, et al. $2.01 S. B. Denmark, I '

Frank Walker Caroline$2.00 Griffis, John$4.00, Mrs. road work $15.69 Spencer Hardee:, case Johnnie Surrency et al. $11.05, :' We have arranged a special opportunity for you to see for the

$C.OO, Nora Rawlins $4.00, gen. road work $8.10, Jim McCarlos,, Geo. A. Gardiner case J. A. L. Glaze I ,

Breeze $7.00 Thomas, $4.00, Lee Crosby gen road work $3.00, Joe McCarlos $2.34 S. B. Denmark case J. A., L. second time in our town the only made with Patented '
Amanda Sam Croft, range
$2.50, Ervin gen. road work $16.80 Glaze $3.75, W. T. Weeks, cost Ct. Ct. )
Emeline I
$10.00, M. McKnight gen road work $3.75, Bart McCarlos,I case John Goff $3.61, S. B. Denmark, ;
Griffis $3.00 Campbell, Mrs. $2.00, J. B. Johns gen road work $6.75, H. L. Fowler:,' cost Ct. Ct. case John Goff $1.90, W.{ Copper-Bearing Aluminum-fused Flues
G. J.
(5.00, .1.00 Banner Dyal gen. road work $2.25, J. L Loyd, gen. T. Weeks, cost Ct. Ct. John Jones 86c,:
Lee $ ,
$5.00, Viney Starling Sis road work $2.00, Hardy Newsom, roadwork S. B. Denmark, cost Ct. Ct. John Jones .
$1.00, Mrs. West $7.00, $4.00, Newman as per cont. $20.00, J. B. Seals, 50c, W. T. Weeks, cost Ct. Ct. J. G. !|
ters $10.00 Nancy Varnes Wade McKnight gen. road work $6.00 Gee DuPree,, : Williams 96c, W. T. Weeks, cost Ct. 'I THE SOUTH BEND MALLEABLE is the
Children $5.00 Will I gen road work $5.65, James Cassells, i Ct.. Bud Williams 96c> S. B. Denmark, '
$3.00, Pally$3.00 Ann Liz Rhoden ie Willis $4.00,I gen. road work $2.00, W. A. Bessent I cost Ct. Ct. Bud Williams 50c, W. T'I' __C greatest triumph of range making. Its flues

Hampton John Norman, support orphan 2 1-2 days insp. road $10.00 Quigley ,Weeks, cost Ct. Ct. Bola Sapp 36c:, ,I atPreferable. are made from the best rust-resisting metal
Mrs. Rufus Jackson $-1.00, Lumber & Supply Co., lumber, etc. W. (f. Weeks cost Ct Ct. Will Crosby : i -

children $5.00 D. Newman $10.00, Riggs $25.26, E. D. Abernathy, lumber $4.06,, et. at 36c, F. M. Byrd, case Dave I i known in range construction. -

}1rs. 'N.$5.00, Dock Wood $5.00, Mrs S. W. Smith unloading piping 75c. Gilmore $1.73, J. B. Dowling, D. S.:,l'{

Sisters Dyal $100, Susan Kelley C. B. Cason gen. road work $17.75,, case Dave Gilmore $14.00, S. R. Roberts 3ttI1

Banner Padgett $5.00,Wm. Lang J. H. Griffis gen. road work $13.75,, witness, case Dave Gilmore $2.20,
$:1.00. Henry $3.00, Elizabeth Coleman Crawford gen. road work F. N. Andrews, com.. as Treas. $4.39, .

Johns$:.00, $4.00 Isom, Morgan Mrs.-L.,L. Hagan $5.00. $38.50, G. W. Camille, gen. road work G. B. Ramsey board Will Moore and An Expert Demonstrator will j; be here,
Lonnie Thompson, gen. roadwork Son S. B. Denmark
$3.00, John J. Rosier $38.50, Dorsey $18.00,
Lucy Mrs.Duncan Nancy Riggs $3.00, Rachel $17.25 Clarence Ritch gen. road case Son Dorsey $9.85, S. B. Den- all the week. |
work $3.75, J. L. Stalsby, gen. road mark, freight ond disinfectant $5.95,
Stokes $3.00.General Fund. work $8.50 Walter Thomas gen. road E. S. Rogers witness J. A. L. .Glaze

and mil work $3.75 Ernest Thus gen. road $1.25, Isom Mitchell, witness J. A. L. L IIlt
com. We'll make
S. T. Dowling, 1 day every purchaser of one of these ranges z
$6.20 E. C. Croft,,1 month Supvr. work $3.75 A. Nicholas gen.road Glaze $1.25, F. M. Mathews witnessJ. L : .
age Reg. $10,40, E. C. Croft, express on ttork $4.50 J. H. Ritch cont gen. A. L. Glaze $1.25 Brince Roberts, during the week, of the exhibit a present of the '
E. C. Croft, balance road work $172. 0, Sam Williams gen. witness Johnnie Surrency et al $2.00, i
Books $2.00,
due Reg.Jan., February and March 1914 road work $2.50, T. Quails gen. road Henry Coons witness Johnnie Sur- valuable set of !

$58.80 W. T. Weeks, cost Circuit work $1.75, E. T. Tison, gen. road rency et. al. $2.00, Madison Thomas i
S. B. Denmark, J. G. work $4.00, A. A. Walker gen. road witness Johnnie Surren y et al. $2.00 !
Court $53.57,
Witnes sSub. $1.97, J. B. Denmark work $12.00 C. A. Roberts Inspectingroad Will Goff, witness Johnnie Surrency N Pure Aluminum

J. G. Witness Sub. $3.31, S. B. Den- $8.00, S. T Dowling 2 days et. aL $2.00 Chas. Colson witness

mark, J. G. Witness Sub $2.60 S. B. insp. roads' $8.00 A. B. Surrency, Oscar Roberson $1.00 P. S. Colson Cooking Ware
Denmark J. G. Witness Sub. $3.60, insp. roads $10.00 E. B. Andrew juror Oscar Roberson $1.00, Lem t

H. &: W. B. Drew Co., Scrip File work on road $52.33, A. A. Walker, Smith, juror Oscar Roberson $1.00 E.
$1G.50, S. B. Denmark, summons 4 gen. road work $9.00, M. M. Mitchell, H. demons juror Oscar Roberson
special venire 60c, W. W. Baisden, 5 gen. road work $9.00, M. M. Mitchell $U>OL. G. Johnson juror Oscar Rob- ,
office deputy, Circuit Com gen. road work $ Irvin Waters, erson $1.00, R. E. Sapp juror Oscar
$6.25, S. B. Denmark, summons Grand eBrown,39ndIb," ETAOIN DO RA Roberson $1.00, R. E. Parrish juror : .
Term Circuit repairs on bridge 75e, W. T. Saxon, Oscar Roberson $1.00, S. L. Griffis. I
and Court Petit$88.28 Jury S.Special B. Denmark, summons gen. road work $32.12, H. B. Wiggins witness Tuck Tomlinson $2.50 Betsy There will be useful Souvenirs Free. Be sure and come !

special venire special term Circuit loading culverts $13.40, The ShriverCo. Ann Griffis, witness Tuck Tomlinson

Court $101.85, Geo. A. Gardiner ., shovels $3.60 A. B. Surrency frt $2.50, G. W. Todd, witness Tuck Tom- early. Remember the place and date. :
insanity Jim Jones $2.00, A. H. Freeman on culverts $9.31, T. C. Hazen, unloading linson $2.25, L. C. Todd, witness Tuck ( ;

insanity Jim Jones $2.00 E. T. piping $100, Caesar McFash- Tomlinson $2.25 J. B. Todd, witness ,, ...

Campbell, insanity Jim Jones $2.00 ion gen. road work $15.00 Starke Tuck Tomlinson $235, J. W. Todd, : .I ,':
Baisden insanity Jim Jones lumber Co., lumber $3.17 R. S. witness Tuck Tomlinson $2.25 B. R. ; -

W.$1.00 W.S. B. Denmark, insanity Jim Humphrey gen. roadwork $6.00 B. Bryan witness Tuck Tomlinson $2.50 MONDAY, APRIL 20TH TO 25TH. .

Jones 3.55, F. L. Wiliams, 1 month D. DuPree gen. roadwork $5.65 A. Walter Underhill witness Bud Wil- .
janitor $17.50 Bradford County Telegraph E. Moitt, bolts 60e, J. M. Minton, liams $1.10 Ed. Johnson witness Bud

reports February and notice gen. gad work $21.62 Frank Jones, Williams $1.10 Everett Clark witness J.r
registration $4.50, S. B. Denmark, delivering gen. road work $1.75 F. N. Andrews Bola Sapp $2.50 Grover Sapp witness DEWITTC.JONES x ;

to and returning Ed. Brown com. as Treas. $25.00. Bola Sapp $2.50, Annie Moody, witness .;"
Fine and Forfeiture Fund.S. Joe Sterricks ,\ f ,
(convict) witness $90.00 S. G. Denmark Bola Sapp $2.50, _
G. J. witness Ct. Ct. $8.97-- --, S.- B. Denmark feed for prisoners witness Bola Sapp $2.50, Gussie Parker STARKE FLORIDA ';
B. Denmark G. J. witness Ct. CL $93.60 J. R. Dowling guarding and witness Bola Sapp $2X0 N. B. ,

$8.5t. s. B. Denmark, G. J. fitness feeding witness Wit Moore case Hull witness J. G. Williams $1.00 .

Ct. Ct. $7.03 S. B. Denmark, G. J. witness $11.20, A. H. Freeman County L. R. Hill, witness JI| G. Williams; 's4 _
Ct. Ct. $1.34, S. B. Denmark Physician $5.00 J. J. Jones, trip for $1.00, Elmer Hill witness J. G. Wil -H J =1
serving notice Estreatment Carter dogs $5.00, Geo. A. Gardiner, 3 cords liams $1.00 Wm. Burns, witness J. G. -

bond $7X6, S. B. Denmark, serving I wood $15.00 The Worrell Mfg. Co., Williams $1.00, W. G. Seals, case DIRE RISTRESS
sub in Will Moore case $6.88, S. B.1., disinfectant $54.00 Fulton Bag & John Jones $3.28 A. A. Durden, case Juvenile Logic. MAKE YOUR OWN f.
Denmark, G. J. witness Ct. Ct. $6.14 Cotton Mills blankest and cots, $25.30, John Jones $4.95, A. A. Durden, witness It is Near at Hand to Hundreds of Marie N :t"t.ry bright kindergarten -** PAINT
pupil.! Sit* came borne to her parents *
S. B. Denmark, G. J.witness Ct Ctj S. B. Denmark, bringing Will Moore John Jones $1.00 B. YSaxon,, Starke Readers.Dcn't the other day and told them that the .... !
$3.77 S. B. Denmark, G. J. witness' and Son Dorsey from Gainesville witness John Jones $1.00 Alice Phillips kinder;::lrt'u! teacher had said she will YOU willSUE::
Ct. Ct. $5.20, S. B. Denmark, G. J. $8.50, S. B. Denmark, carrying WilMoore witness Jim Thomas $1.70 neglect an aching back. grow up to be a very nice lookin ;, 60 fls. Pql GAL _
witness Ct. Ct. 3.31, S. B. Denmark from Jacksonville to Gainesville Ophelia Brown witness Jim Tohmas Backache is often the kindneys' cry] youus lady if she is a good girl but THIS IS HOW IM

G. J. witness Ct. Ct. $4.11, S. B. Denmark $22.00, Geo. A. Gardiner, case $1.70, J. E. Wilson, witness Jim for help. will ;:row up to IK a very ugly womanif r lBuy4gaJs.L.Cl1M.Semi-

G. J. witness Ct. Ct. $1.74, S. Frank Goodwine $3.23 B. J. Sapp, Thomas $1.70 J. H. Roberts juror Neglect hurrying to the kidneys' aid she is n" naughty girl. "Is that true Mixed Red Paint $8.40

, B. Denmark, G. J. witness Ct. Ct ease Frank Goodwine $4.85 Richard Jim Thomas $1.00, J. C. Manning Means that urinary troubles may j informed mamma? that asked< if the Marie teacher and r said she so was it '. And3gals.LitiseedOJ. 1
$6.63, S. B. Denmark, 5 days Ct. Ct.\ Reynolds, witness Frank Goodwine juror Jim Thomas $1.00 R. C. Hess, follow. I wax true Marie then Jit still for to mix with it Z.t9Makes7gals.Paintiota !
| S bailiffs $28.75 A. F. Hancock, sums. $1.10 Steve Singleton witness Frank juror Jim Thomas $1.00, J. R. Dover,, Or danger of worse kidney troubleHere's awhile, pondering seriously.! "But. 3It's '

! witnesses, Will Moore case $5.20 W. Goodwine $1.10 Raymond Jackson, juror Jim Thomas $1.00, A. L. Chase,, Starke testimony.Mrs. mamma." she suddenly burst forth orJygs0 per gaL '

| A. Ressent 1 day with board $4.00, witness Frank Goodwine $1.10 Billy juror Jim Thomas, $1.00, W. F. Edwards J. J. Chaplin Thompson St., again "why was the kindergarten The L & M. SVM3-MIXn s
j S. B. Denmark, 1 day with board Roberts, witness Frank Godwin I juror Jim Thomas $1.00 Will Starke, Fla., says: "I had a distress teacher so naughty; when she was a lit. REAL PAINT U PL'HE UHITI. LEAD. .
i $4.00 B. M. Leverett, Duputy Supvr.Re : $1.40, Charley Lang witness Frank 'Byrd, witness Oliver Wiliams $1.00, lag'kidney weakness and my back tie irl?"-Pbiladelphia Record. paint ZINC and materials LINSEED for OIL-JWXj the- aro.but mown'

<:. $10.20, A. A. Futch Deputy Goodwine $1.10, W.. T. Weeks, Ct. Ct Richard Free witness Oliver Willams ached nearly all the time. At nightI Use a gal.out of any you toy and if not the '
beet paint made,then returi the paat.a t ..
Supvr. Reg. $12.10, J. A. Brooks, cost Frank Goodwine case $1.79, S. B. $1.00 Geo. Johnson wtness Oliver couldn't rest comfortably and in the I I you nosey back j I : g tel $
Deputy Supvr. Reg. $20.10, C. A. Denmark C. Ct cost Frank Good- Williams $1.00, Perse L. Grant( witness morning when I got up, my back DE WITT C. JONES: :
Roberts, 1 day com. and mileage wine case $1.60, G. W. Lewis case Oliver Williams $1.00 H. C. Sur was lame and weak. Doan's Kidney ;I '

$7.40, W. S. Croft 1 day com. and Will Crosby $4.56 E. M. Hazen.'D. S., rency, juror Oliver Williams $1.00, Pills, procured at the Starke Drug DR. L. J. ADAMS Starke., Florida .
mileage $9.60 Wm. Johnson, Dist I case Will-Crosby $15.85, W. E. Pin- T. L. Wilson, juror Oliver Williams Co., (now Mitchell's Drug Store), re

Reg. Officer $25.60, A. Z. Adkins, 1 i holster witness Will Crosby $1.00,' $1.00, Carter Newsome, juror Oliver moved these symptoms of kidney com- Veterinary SurgeonAll
months County Atty. $10.00, City ')Irs. W. E. Pinholster witness Will Williams $1.00 S. G. Pearce, juror plaint, and I have since enjoyed good

Light Plant, water and lights $27.80. Crosby $1.00 L. W. Surrency, witness Oliver Williams $1.00, G. W. Andrews, health. I can confirm my former en
C. P. Ramsey serving witnesses, Will Will Crosby $1.0, T. C. Hazen witness juror Oliver Williams' $1.00, J. L. dorsement of Doan's Kidney Pills and

Moore case $3.10, Bradford County I Will Crosby $1.00 W. W. Bais Silcox, juror Oliver Williams $1.00, say that I think as highly of them as
Telegraph, stationery County Judge den, guard at jail $20.00, W. W. Bais L. A. Brown, juror Will Crosby et al ever. I have used this remedy occasionally ,

office $5.00, B. M. Dowling, com on den guard and carrying Son Dorseyto $1.00, E. B. Andrews, juror Will Cros- since giving my former s I ; ;
coll taxes $151.68, Jno. W. Osteen, Gainesville $9.10, W. H. Dowling by et al $1.00, D. W. Hazen juror statement, and it has helped me 4l
Dist Reg. Officer $9.60 W. T. Weeks, cost in capture Will Moore $29.76,, Will,Crosby et al $1.10, L. F. Osteen, wonderfully." 1
1 month clerk and express $51.30 S. B. Denmark, com. on fines 54.51,, juror Will Crosby et al $1.10 R. T. Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
A. B. Surrency 1 day com. and mile- Johnson & Anderson, auto hire in Osteen, juror Will Crosby et al $1.10 simply ask for a kidney remedy-get

age $7.20, Hattie Roebuck, Court Will Moore case $22.50, Geo. A. F. Dyal, juror Will Crosby et al $1.00, Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that I. \ ''ePRUBIMYITISM
Stenographer, Ct. Ct. $8.30 J. L. Warren Gardiner case Bola Sapp $3.18, S. B. J. 1.. Warren, part on phone at jail Mrs. Chapin had. FosterMilburnCo. -_ l '

phone Court House $3.00, D. C. Denmark, case Bola Sapp $8.90, Geo. $1.00. ., Buffalo N. Y. I
Jones, work on toilets $1.50, F. N. A. Gardiner, case Bud Williams $2.63, Building Fund.F. diseases of the ,
Andrews com. as Treas. $8.07. S. B. Denmark, case Bud Williams N. Andrews, com. as Treas. $3.83, Cow and Dog treated.

I Road and Bridge Fund. $3.80, W. W. Baisden, witness, case W. 0. Tison, int. on into Court House ,there The.>ue Human of usvhv Machine.Is .does not Have your Hogs vaccinatedto Will cure your Rheumatism cd
Jarpsr Brown, repairing bridge Bud Williams 1.00 Geo. A. Gardiner, Warrana No. 1 $1.71 W. 0. Tison sojjetiines treat a pei 'ou like a machine prevent Cholera. Neuralgia Headache, Cramps
$:!.OO. K. M. Bryan digging 40 stumps case E. B. Jones 85c, S. B. Denmarkcase int on R. P.. money, Court House No. ? Do we always think of the Have your Cows tested for Colic, Sprains, Bruises Cats aDd
and work on road $33.75, S. A. Bryan E. B. Jones $1.85, S. B. Denmark 11 to Jan 1, 1914, jail scrip $500 to railroad conductor as more than a ma- tuberculosis before using milk. Barns,Old Sores Stings of Insects

17 days work on'road $21.25, B. R.Bryrn case T. Tomlinson $13.00, Geo. Jan. 1, 1915 $141.97, W. 0. Tison, chine for taking tickets? Do we not Prompt attention given to .\Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne,used in-
3 days on road $3.75, James A. Gardiner, case J. G. Williams $2.83 jail debt (renewed) $500.00. often treat onr fellow creatures like day night.. :ernally and ezteisa! yv; Price 25c.
masks on flat cars without substance -
Todd, 6 days on road $7.50, Charley S. B. Denmark, case J. G. Williams Drainage Fund. < ,
strldn'for Stable
and personality? 1 hare been r CaR at Edwards opposite Prevent Blood Potsonic
Lee, ditching 233 yards $5.00 Lex $3.30 Geo. A. Gardiner case John H. B. West, 1 month salary, March I years to overcome In myself and in House. To the .oud.rflll-td tthKe! CB. ,
p1y at once
At.drws hauling lumber and buildIng Jones $2.63, S. B. Denmark, case $150.00, W. A. Bessent, 4 days insp. ,. my medical fellows the professionalhabit STAESE.! flORID \ 'ORTE 'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING GILa sur- ,

bridge 3.00, T J. West contract John Jones $3.70, Geo. A. Gardiner, drainage $12.00, Bradford County of treating a person as a "case"or I :ical same dressing time.that Not relieve a Imimett25c.ptin acd.SC brats<.SI-OCL Vthe z.
grading roads $38.60: Arthur Addi- case Jim Thomas $3.14, S. B. Den Telegraph, scrip record $2.00, F. N. a walking disease. But the habit of

son, 1 day on road $1.25, Lacy Tison, mark, case Jim Thomas 7.95, Geo. A. Andrews com. as Treas. $10.86. impersonality persists like original I
4 road Joe Gardiner .in. in myriad forms and unexpected ------1
days on $5.00 Thornton,[ case John H. Simmons l
In law courts we treat a human
cuttSg out logs 85c, W. A. Sparkman,I ?2.58, S. B. Denmark, case John II. ways. "
:sorrow.: being as a '"prisoner at the bar.
cutting out 1 log 25c L. B. Varnes Simmons $13.60 Geo. A. Gardiner, "Flerr nnlier. r >aie home immediate lq the "plaintiff" or "defendant. to Bradford County I
2G4 yards ditch $13.20, A. 0. Strick case John Goff, $3.13 S. B. Denmark, ly. Your wife bas suflocatwl herself the exclusion of the fact that be is as I -
land work on road $6.50, II. B. Brown, case John Goff $2.45, Geo. A. Gardiner with jras," IIuher-IIt'af'ns: There'll real and "t..us itive' us ourselves.-Atlaniic. -

Work on road horse and wagon $6.50, case Oscar Roberson, $3.52, S. H. be a nice gas bill to y-\Viener Sa I Abstract CompanyA
Zele Parish, 2 days work on road Denmark, case Oscar Roberson' $4.35, Jon iiitzbJltL
Old Sons Other! RemedIes Won't Cot. .
lies ,
?2.30: Ed. Farrfeh, 2 days no road Geo. A. Gardiner case Arthur Montgomery matter of bow long standing complete record Bradford County lands ., w
The cases no
thins esHn kelj commonly
liSO, Block Parrish, 2 days on road $2.08, S. B. Denmark case To enjoy a are cured by the T-onderful, old reliable ] rPorter's Real Estate Javerfirent
in esHiide yourself: from the Land Titles I
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"' Interesting Facts Gathered Burin the Week by Our

I PI Regular Correspondents. 1. '

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--z Escaped !

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ed with commercial fertilizer. Half !
1- Mrs. Dr. Maines and Mrs.attie Jones: of one of the rows received hen

i c attended the tenth annual convention manure, the other half received noth- Bite-Sting -- Dryness- Heaviness -

,< .. of ,the Grand Chapter ot the Order ring. One part given stable manure. Parched Throat--you them all i ;
of Eastern Star, which was held last Present results: Tops of commercial escape

week at Sanford. They report about fertilizer potatoes, high. Tops of hen when you"smoke STAG.

'' two hundred delegates. It may interest fertilizer potatoes very nearly equal. r

4 some'of your readers to know Tops of stable manure potatoes much'I And in their.place you \\ J

,j:1 the grand officers of the order as elect lower. Where no manure was placed I ,
Fragrance Freshness Mildnessfind !
ed: rs. Mary English, G.MJ5 Mr. G. E. the tops are low. And I am not an I :
f' Mrs. Mary English, G. M.; Mr. G. E. agent for commercial manure either. and Eternal Contentment w '

Webster, G. P.; Mrs. Lulu M. Scott, Wait until we see the fruit.
"Better than I
imagined tobacco
A. G. M.; 'Claude E. Connor, A. G. P.; -- \ f

A. H. Carter, G. Sec.; Cora A. Franz, RIVER could be.
i Andrews and Mr. n {
Hon. A. D. son,
Treas. St. Jacksonville
Daytona, Augustine,
and Miami asked for the next Ramp Andrews of Raiford, attended Thousands are saying it. You will :

session of the grand chapter. After; the New River Literary Debating say I it 4 I:

' being put to the vote Daytona won. Society last Friday night. Mr. A. D. Convenient
made interestingtalk ? Packages: The Handy Half-size -
Andrews quite an
Mr. and Mrs. H. Swindle lost
W. 5-Cent Tin the Full-Size 'Wo Bite
f on how to better the community, I 10-Cent Tin, the Pound .and Half-Pound I .: ,
their little one at a late hour on
Tin Humidors'
Come and the Pound Glass Humidor "No
Saturday night. The funeral service and it was highly appreciated. Sting,

was conducted by Rev. H. Logan on again, Mr. Andrews. "No Bag,

2 :, Sunday at 4 p.m. :Mr. and Mrs. Miss Bessie Dais, of Jasper, Fla., .tJIUIVIIIUIIIMIIIIIIIIINI ilitlll 4 y "Xo
I visited,her sister, Mrs. J. C: Rauler- tr1$f.\ String.
Swindle are newcomers to Lake tT>r 14Ah1G'For :
Butler. They have made many friends son, last week.

since coming here, for the funeral Mr. Willie Williams, the expert

;. was well attended. barber of Lake Butler, visited relatives -

,: Miss Nelly Logan was taken ill on and friends at Long Bridge last y 4

Sunday week, being confined to her Sunday. Pipe and Cigarette .
Mr. W. T. Turner made business
e bed in a high state of fever. She is a '
vt trip to Lake City last Saturday. n'Gll! |"EVER-USTING-LY
.: being attended by Dr. Maines. Her lH,1iJ1u, ill GOOD fiR"J
The truck growers of this section ,
disease was pronounced to be typhoid
enjoyed the nice little rain on Easter.It P. Lorlllard Co. Est 1760 .. t .
,; ; fever a few days ago. ;
was very much needed and greatly .. ,,
Rev. S. S. Proctor visited a mission t
nIN't c
field in Alachua county that he is i in appreciated.
.-p. I Quite a number of girls and boys m
t charge of last week. He returned
enjoyed a nice little pillau at
home supper
on Monday afternoon. Rev *%
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. ,- 4511b
Proctor has been
unusually successful ;
Turner last Saturday night. ; 4
! 1 in establishing churches throughout t G
Mr. Ethan left last -a ,,
'' the Sapp Sunday
country. He has the pioneer
morning for Oklahoma, where he will
spirit There is a lot of pioneering
few months with his sister
spend ,
work yet to be done in Florida.
Mrs. R. T. Bardin.
k } 4 I *, ,A_very .successful. Easter, cantata I r .
; Wonder what attraction it is that !
waS held in the Methodist church on I .
: causes Mr. Harry Whitehead to tie I WHITTEN.
Sunday The weather being inclement -
his horse near Long Bridge. There was an Easter egg hunt
the song service was put off.till Sunday afternoon at Mr. and Mrs.J. .
Wonder what belated Mr. J. W. i
the night meeting. At 7:30 the church '
1 r f Poppell at the Literary Debating E. Buchanan's. All reported a good .
was filled to its utmost capacity '
Society last Friday night.
; time.Miss
having only standing room. The chil-
; dren acquitted themselves There must be some great attraction Laura Sapp visited friends and To the first one hundred applications will be given
{The near Sampson lake, as Mr. C. A. relatives in Baker county. Saturdayand free of charge one copy of "Spraying Simplified," a
: singing good and the
; pieces Johns, Jr., drives out that 'way con- a'4w Sunday. valuable up-to-date book telling how to control the

V well.. learned.' -- ,- ... -- stantly.Mr. Mr. L. Whitten will soon have his insects and diseases' which attack fruit'trees, rose-
i Mr. Joe Smith, of Tarpon'Springs, : bushes, plants and vegetables of all kinds.
O.'fT.( Crews is on the program new house ready to move into. "
was in town last week. He is the f :
; : '. next ,Friday night week.for Violin 24 : Miss Prebble George, of Wauchula. l! <1
owner ,of the ice factory in Lake ; I
't and Miss Flora Cason visited
,3. I solo. Come on, Oscar; rosin your and
., t Butler.' Mr. Smith informed us that'jj Mrs. G. W. Dyal Wednesday and '. I I

j. his mission was to make a deal with bow.Mr.. B. F. Renfroe says he is tired Thursday.Miss The various diseases and insects attacking Peaches,

I ;. .. 'a local stock company ,to take over of candidates'delaying him from his Marvin Conner and Mr. T. C. Orange Trees, Fruits and Vegetables fan be con-
the ice plant., Many of the citizens Hazen trolled by spraying. If you doh't ."believe it a trial
work. were after-
,1 will convince you. < : .
T were disappointed when
they heard Wonder who invented the incubator ..1

a. :5.; that the plant would not be running that hatched out-so many candidatesfor noon.Mr.. John Thompson attended the I., i! t

:, this summer. During the first year county treasurer.Mr. wedding ,of his sister, Miss Fanny 1. :,;

the works,did not pay expenses. This Thompson and Mr. ;.ii 1 1I
B. F. Renfroe is running a race ref Rufus Mountain
aF, is not to be wondered at, for people with Sunday. have a complete line of Sprlying Machines and
a. have i Enterprise "hunters" on Insecticides for sale at lowest prices. ;:;!|
to learn .
to want ice. The second "
: "rabbits. He says they will never Mrs.' G. W. Dyal has been on the .h I'I

,year things improved wonderfully, for remember eating his beans.It sick list this week. f'. ,'1.

almost all our. citizens got the ice is understood that Mr. Peter I wonder who drove over to see I .

\ '. 'habit There is no doubt that this Yarborough is a candidate for matri- '' ; Miss Laura Sunday afternoon when
factory would be R. S. FERNANDEZ, I'' ;'Stsrke, Fla.
a good paying in- she Come -
L mony. Look out. girls. I was gone. again, John; :. r1,
:. 'stitution in the next. Y ar. Then are quite welcome. ':
The wise men of the east will dis- I you t ...
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w f again, there is an increased output cuss the hard road problem Friday J. VERNON JONES Mrs. Irvin Padgett was visiting : .. !

of strawberries from the Lake Butler night, ApriJ 17. Subject for debate Candidate for County Treasurer of Mrs. G. W. Dyal Sunday [ y'.. :...
&:- district, and the refrigerating Bradford CountyENTERPRISE T. J. West '
boxes "Resolved that Bradford county bond is chopping cotton this I y: :

4 needs ice, which has to be brought for hard roads." Speakers for the week. .

.. from Alachua or Gainesville. affirmative S. W. .
are Smith
and J. W.
a Mr. D. L. Phillips paid his first .
:\ land around OAK
Lake Butler is Poppell: '
speakers fo rthe
negative are visit to Fernandina to his MAXVILLE..Rev. BRADFORD CANNING CLtJ&f
::1. second to for see daughter Elder G. R. Laramore filled his
'ita none strawberry B. F. Renfroe
grow- .
} : ing. When it is all taken up, and Everybody invited to Floyd Greene. whom he has not visited since she regular appointment at Heilbronn Phillips, of Lawtey, preachedfor The'G.:;c. Club is growing and fe'r

& :. taken up it, shall be, this will be I the wise come and hear went there. While there he drove church Sunday. the church, at Maxville Sunday interest vps never greater than :

recognized as a strawberry town. men. out to the Bell farm and Mr. L. Dyal's The Death Reaper came to the homeof afternoon and night. The night ser- year. Npt only are the girls'

Buyers will then find it worth their place. He reports !bath: places in Mr. and Mrs. T. B.. Browning Sun- vice was well attended. boys interested, but parents are be'.

m .= !(. while to visit us. Mines. very good standing and the crops are day and took their infant baby boys The potato planters are quite en- ing their)daughters with their

I : What are the Nine mines in ten the world over coming around fine. The main that was born to them Friday. It couraged by the present prospectsof This year the girl can have ",

; Some of them working young for men doing? I are richer in the first 1,000 feet than there are chiefly corn and pinders was laid to rest in the Sapp cemetery a good yield.A peas, okra, beets and tomatoes'.*".

? : else someone{ 1 in the second but few are worth oper- and watermelons and with the fine near Raiford. freight train was wrecked early their tenth of acre garden. ,
i for wages, .and not full time at below 3.000 feet
Ly .;. ir,; that. What an unambitious life. Land ating black land we believe that it would Among those who attended the egg Sunday morning in the edge of Max On last Thursday, April 2, r

; is pay more to farm on a larger scale hunt at Enterprise ville and tied up two through freightsand Harris; the state agent, Mr. Mi land
cheap. It is going to be expensive, Light may disclose a Jewel, but it Sunday, were "
'; He visited the beach and the docks Messrs. Oscar McCormick Crews all forenoon passenger trains until I visited quite a number,
beyond you, before long. Man, get takes darkness to disclose a star.-Van ,
:+ some of it and make the country. Dyke. and reports fishing great. He returned Charley Wainright, Clyde Carmichael, about one o'clock Sunday after and in;: the afternoon at 3:00 o'clockwe

Revival services home Sunday evening. Louis and Laurice Clemons, Raiford noon. ,The wreck was caused by a had a' meeting Providence.', .A'"
being held
ti. .,: the Church of the Disciples of Christ. The tallest and the slimmest pinein Alvarez, Hugh Alvarez, Warren Cas pair of defective trucks underfreight a number I i f visitcrs were present Tiw r

The evangelist is Rev. W. F. Poor Bloodis the county that is known by anyone on, Noon Mott, John Morgan, and car. No one was hurt In the sides the! c ub. I now have i 1' Y"
'::t> Mr Long is a sympathetic and fluent is near the Raiford and Lawtey Elery Sapp; Misses Clara Alvarez, wreck. county'; about;about one hundred rod

'.: speaker. These meetings will road, in Alligator creek. When'you Maud and Susie Sapp, Loca Morgan, The Ladies Aid Society met with seventp-five members. Some bs.

;" : indefinitely. continue i Responsiblefor pass by look'for it arid you will agree Annie Clemons and Ruth Laramore, Mrs. Thomas Stales Wednesday af- their plants on their plat, while otJ1 ,

;, : ,, The many friends of Mrs. with us.Messrs.. and all report a fine time. ternoon. have they plats ready, waiting\.
'; Pearl much S. J. Lane and W. H. Ed Fred Lucas has about their la'ts enoughtransplant .
t Fletcher will be pleased to know that sickness and suffer Miss Dora Clark was a visitor to completed his to get large ,
wards, of Lawtey, were transactingbusiness new blacksmith shop and is Still there others
) she has returned from the hospital at ing because its quality deter Lawtey Sunday afternoon.Mr. convert are "

'k Ocala, where she went for treatment I mines our resistive here last week. Elisha Rosier was visiting in ing the old shop into an implement. have dons nothing to theirs but p..:

' ,! 5 Her health is power. There was a large party of young our midst Sunday. What? store-houseand. sales room. He"has ed the sold ,;.
greatly improved. With poor blood we are languid people gathered at the home of D. L. just received We
While Mr. Lonnie Futch Mr. Kirby Crews, of Vanderbilt, a carload of wagons ar hoping for this count,
; at the depot was standing susceptible to colds, lack] : Phillips last Sunday to enjoy an was visiting here Sunday. and has a good line of improved farm carry the banner next year. ....'
waiting the
t .train natural energy and ambition Easter egg hunt. All report a fine Miss Loca implements which the Maxville ford's last
h to take him home to Raiford Morgan, who has been farm report was good ,
a pleas-
".- ant, frisky chum came along and and the gradual decline 1 i of time.Miss visiting here, returned home Monday. ers seem to be appreciating.Rev. second .or thiixl. I have the p .
J they
Addie Hagan, of Theressa, is f Some of House received t.f besides
two engaged in a friendly wrestling strength makes prompt and our boys looked disappointed a carload of eevi- 'nice prizes "

.. match. The result was that Lonnie careful treatment necessary. week.visiting friends and relatives here this this week. building material this week from good i j* we will have in our h

; fell and dislocated Mr. and Mrs. J. D. :McCormick and DeWitt C. Jones, at Starke, and a to eat without the great cost .
his elbow. He at Drugs or alcohol cannot make "-
? Rev. D. L.
v hurried Phillips spent the week Mr. and Mrs. J. E. J: Wainright, at large shipment of stock fence from we havje to pay at the grocery_ _

", the once elbow in to Dr. King, who put blood and must be avoided.SCOTT'S / end visiting his daughter, :Mrs. Eddie tended the burial of the infant babe of the Quigley Lumber Company, of So now I'want; every club memtet'work '
place again. Needless
EMULSION is'nature's Hilliard, of Fernandina. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Brown. Starke. hard and let's''see what.,
t' to
Lonnie missed his '
say, train. His! grandest blood-maker Mr. 0. J. Phillips was a visitor to Miss Dora Thomas Bradford
s arm is still in a sling. Mr. Lonnie : becauseof Clark and Tom Norton Stotes.caught a possum in girls of .. cando. ."
r .. r its wholesome medical nourishment Lawtey Sundeay. paid a visit to her brother, 0. B. his hen house Monday night and the 4 BM._M MW ,'.
,:. Futch taught school near Starke last!! ,
> term, and is now attending the so carefully predigested that it assimilates Rev. Geo. Larrimore, of Brooker, Clark, of Ellisville, Columbia county, guests at the hotel were treated to Wheuc er a man abuses his'{
filled his 'regular appointment here "possum and he owe4 the town something.
without Friday.Mr. sweet 'taters" .
taxing digestion and Tuesday "
Normal 'in order to take a higher! Sunday. he
I quickly increases the red and Mrs. G, W. Wainright were noon. ever souses his neighbor he- .
certificate. His ambition corpusclesof
deserves _
to Miss Ruth Larrimore, of Erooker, transacting business ably ole his neighbor. WI!
be rewarded. | the blood, strengthens the Starke Satur r'he.
I organs.
: visited Miss Annie Clemans.
,abuses<< anything withdra*
Jand day. Harder Still. a
Rev. Holmes and the ,
Logan preaches in Rai- upbuilds whole
day.Rev. Senator Sheppard was talking about the mystic curtain will quite like
'ford both morning and evening on..system. I D. L. Phillips filled his regular It is an ill wind that blows nobody a Jwtlietic figure in Texarkana an old veal sqipp enmity or spite." 'Iii

1 .. Sunday. j Absolutely nothing compares with : appointment at Manville Sunday. good. Even the tango has made business merchant who. after attaining a pus can't silyla: good word of your

Rev. S. S. Proctor preaches in the; SCOTT'S EiruLsioN to purify and end Look out next week 1 Jerry. I have good for the corset manufacturers tiuu of iiiiiieue. now saw his trade bor, do a*{ say anything, "and :

Baptist church, both morning an4'r l rich the blood to overcome or avoid | something coming that will do you and the silk makers and has caus- slowly! deserting: him for ;younger and can't say:'a good word of your:

1 evening on Sunday, in Lake Butler. I anaemia. It is totally free from'an' al- ed more1 radical rivals. -
good.Mr. many people exercise who really "Poor od! Blank is move oii ;of it. You help,to
There is about an eighth of cohol or opiates and your health demands J. J. Vincent is painting a fine. needed exercise and could't be induced said Senator Sheppard.a pathetic flsmre." .commmnit y in which you lit
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., acre of Irish potatoes in the writer'sgarden. the purity of SCOTT'S. sign for the Lawtey Dairy Co. to take it in : shows us when "
other form. that. hard it
: I any as it is to climb op in the yovj curse you curse yo.....
f 9 All but two rows was treat-j Scott & J30wuc. 1oomfie1d.N.J. IHS world, it is harder still to climb down." "x-"'

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