Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 24, 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
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oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:01966
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Established 1879 Subscription, per year ,$1.50; six mo4tbs 15 _cents, Payable Ia aclYuce. E. S. Matthews, and Proprietor 4

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wedding of much interest to CAPTURE CITY ,A. E. KENNEDY IS HURT W. H. Rivers died of stomach 1 =
friends of the contracting parties was -
trouble at his home on Madison street
that of Mr. Wilfred H: Philips, of this Wednesday at 12:30 o'clock afteran
Promoting ,
of pan. Quarrel About
Discuss Ways Wages Results
\ city, and Miss Georgia R. Pack, of 3,000 Marines and BluejacketsLand Serious -Accident Last Friday illness of several months.Mr. _
Closer Relations With Montgomery, Ala. and Drive MexicansOut Morning at Stationon Rivers was an old and highly in a Serious Shooting .
Our Neighbors The happy event took place in Affr Y.
of Town. G. S.&F. respected citizen of Starke. He came '
Moultrie, Ga. on Wednesday, April 15, here about thirty years ago from
A meeting of the Starke board of at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Georgia and engaged in the mercantile -i

trade,was held at the court house Mllligan, brother-in-law and sister of American forces are now, in com- Hampton Fhu, April .-Last Fri- business for several years. After C. A. Smith; naval stores operatorat
Tuesday evening for the purpose of the bride. plete,possession of the city of Vera day morning, Mr. A. E. Kennedy was his retirement from the mercantile Sampson City, and one of his ; ,
discussing ways and means of attracting : The pretty home was an ideal place Cruz. Apparently there have been I: brought to Hampton to the north business he associated himself with colored employees named Will Alex-

to Starke business which does not for the occasion, the spacious'parlor -fatalities among no ombatants. bound G. ,S. & F. passenger train W. W. Gordon & Co. of Savannah, ander engaged in a duel last Saturday
come here, but to which Starke is and dining room being thrown ensuite That word was received in a dispatch due here at 6:49 a.m. Mr. Kennedy Ga., as a buyer of cotton which busi- in which Smith received a painful 4
entitled on account of her geographical and profusely decorated with potted from Consul Canada this afternoon.The had been.struck bj the pilot beam of ness he followed until his health fail-. wound in the calf! of his leg and 4" :
relation to ,the territory from plants and cut flowers. town was invested this morn- the engine drawing this train. The ed. v Alexander received j a load of bird r.,
which it is proposed to draw business. Just in front of the large fireplace, ing by 3,000 marines and bluejackets I story as told by eye witnesses to the Funeral services were held at the shot in the face and: breast and 'a
The attendance at the meeting was in the parlor an altar of ferns and I from the United States fleet There i accident ,say that Mr. Kennedy wastrying Rivers residence Thursday afternoonand bullet wound in the arm.
not large but what it lacked in numbers other beautiful potted plants was'arranged. was some fighting, but at 2 o'clock to chase some hogs off the the interment took place at Crosby The difficulty arose over a dispute '.
was made up by the enthusiasmby : no word has been received as to killed track at Lake Geneva, to keep the cenetel'}'. Rev, B. T. Rape pastor of about wages. Alexander has been in
those present i Just before the ceremony, Mrs. or wounded on either aide. train from hitting them, and was not the :M. E. church, conducted the services the employ of Smith for a year or
The meeting was called to order by' KiQen a personal friend"of the bride, In yesterday's skirmish when the able to, get ,out of the, way, of the and the choir of the Methodist more, and he has ,bfeen in the habit,, ,
Major E'. S. Matthews,' chairman of' sang, "Oh Promise Me. Promptlyat Americans seized: the customs house, fast approaching train. He was church furnished music for the oc of' drawing his pay faster than he
the board of trade. 12 o'clock the inspiring strains ofMendelashon's four Americans were killed and struck in the back and knocked some casion. earned it. Saturday'was Smith' pay
Mr. J.,M.;Mitchell stated that the Wedding March, the ,. twenty wounded. The Mexican losses distance. The train was brought toa Mr. Rivers is survived by three day. He had already advanced Alexander
abject of the meeting was to find a' bride and groom entered unattended, are variously estimated at from 150 stop and Mr. Kennedy picked up. children, Miss Jennie Lou and Harry, about $25 more than his salary, .
way of promoting closer business relations and were met at the altar by Rev.J. to 200 killed and wounded. It[ was seen .that, he was ,badly in- of Starke, and Mrs. E.,L. Stewart of but Alexander insisted upon drawing, ,
with our neighboring towns A. Bennett, pastor of the First With American forces reported to jured,. and ,there being no physicianat Jacksonville, and one'step-daughter, more money. Smith refused him, and
and the territory' contiguous to Baptist Church, of Norman Park; Ga., be in complete control of Vera Cruz the little ,station, he was brought Mrs. James Wainright of Jackson- Alexander, became angry and abusive*;< :'
Starke.' As one means, to this end and a life-long friend of the bride's this afternoon it was made 'apparent to ,Hampton' for medical attention.Dr ville.The and finally began to cUrse Smith, who '
he proposed a rural telephone system family. in conferences at the white house : Middletonwas called and after a pallbearers were: Messrs. U. D. started immediately >toward the commissary '
that would ramify the country surrounding During the impressive ceremony that the United States would take thorough examination, it is'announced Miner. J. W. White, J. W. Morgan, to get his shotgun and Alex- .
Starke with Stake'as.the Mrs. McKenzie, who presided at the ono further steps of pacification tin that"Mr.. Kennedy had received a C. L Peek, J. W. Andrews, Sr., N. T. ander started for Mss shanty to arm
center of the whole system. In this piano played very softly the sweet Mexico at this time. slight scalp wound, was badly bruised Ritch, E. S. Matthews' and W. T. himself. They: both returned to the r}
way, he said business which does not strains of "The Flower Song. I' For the present it was declared i about the hip and spinal column and Weeks. scene of the trouble at the same '
find its way to Starke could be Immediately- after the minister had I upon high authority the forces at I also,internally. Dr. Roy E. Chalker 1 time and leveled their guns at each
brought here. Starke, .undoubtedlyis pronounced the happy pair man and;.Vera Cruz would hold the city to I of :Lake City, arrived at Hamptonlate PREVENTING HOUSE FLIES. i other and fired almost simultaneously.Alexander's .
the best fruit and produce marketin I wife a delicious salad luncheon was' convince Huerta that the United Friday night and consulted with Last, summer I visited a common-) aim was tbo high and the
'the country and if,we can induce served by Mrs. Milligan, assisted by I; States means business and that no Dr. Middleton as to the extent of ity, and one of the first things I. load of shot passed ever Smith's head .
to sell their fruit and Miss Ruth Milligan and Miss Lottie taken rAti-ed the small number'of" shot .
our neighbors action would be at Tampico Mr.: Kennedy's injuries. Mr. was but Smith Alexander in the face
produce at this point (and they will McNeiL unless there is an attempt at retalia- was in.a comatose condition from the I douse ,flies. Upon investigation I and breast, blinding Alexander: in one
do so arroon as they learn that it is The wedding was a very quiet affair, tion by Huerta. K time,of, his arrival at Hampton untilan found the reason why this neighbor- eye. Alexander dropped his shotgun .
to their advantage to do so) they will tit! a few relatives and friends being No orders, it was stated, had been early hour Saturday morning. The hood elected to put up with'millions and brought,, a pistol;, into 'use and
naturally boy supplies here' and1 deposit present:_ -The)' were: Mr. and Mrs.\ sent to American officers about land- physicians then gave out'the information less flies than usual j fired five shots at Smith, but he was
in the local banks. The McKenzie, Mr. and Mrs. Killen, Mrs.' When the first showed there "
money ing at Tampico. Admiral Badger will that Mr. Kennedy was much bet- up half:_blinded by blood and only one' :-
best way. and the quickest way to G. W. Milligan Miss Lottie McNeil] remain at Vera Cruz until further te%,apd that the doubt'as to'his serious were flypaper, fly-traps and fly swatters bullet found its mark,'striking Smithin
put us in touch with neighbors, he Mrs..W.L Butler Miss Ruth MjUigan,1 notice. .i' ': -* -condition was expelled.' Mr. Ken- waiting to get'him.- The folkssaid the calf fthe-Ir;>g.: Kirby Smith
aid was to establish'telephone 'connection Mr. and Mrs. S.' B. Milligan all. or Everything is in readiness for nedy has been improving and at this -they saved the battle by gettingthe a nephew of C. A. Smith was'present: .
in all directions and he Moultrie Ga., and.Mr. A. F.,Philips, early flies." ,
actual warfare if it must come, and writing; although still in a bad shape, i and he secured' a pistol and! shot?
favored the idea of furnishing I the of Gainesville, Fla. I found all doors and windows !
congress today took the final step in is doing as well as can be expected Alexander through tbk:! arm. This:
wires and letting the patrons of the Mr. Philips who is superintendent, justifying the president's course thus I under the: circumstances., He will,I I screened, traps about the kitchen ended the battle. ,,Alexander went to" '
lines furnish the poles and erect them. of the Starke light and power plant,) however, be confined to his bed for doors and near the stables, all rags his cabin and Mr. Sn+ith was He cited the experience towns in is too well and favorably known hereto far.The navy department is arrangingto some time yet. He is still in Hampton and rubbish kept burned and no flies. to his home ,and a physician sum '
North Carolina, where funds for buying need an introduction to our readers. bring to the United States bodiesof The neighbors kept the manure in moned. -, .
it being thought best not to try _, : :
the wires were raised by personal I .The bride is a sister of M 5& Mary the sailors killed at Vera Cruz, and to move him while in his present con- fly-proof closets and the manure Sheriff Denmarkwgs notified of the
subscription and the farmers fur. i Pack, of this city, whom she has I either forward them to relatives or dition. sprinkled with a small shovelful of affair by telephone :and he made ,; '
nished the poles. He set forth the visited on several occasions and is a make final interment in a national choride .of lime. The manure closets hurried to
trip Sampson to arrest
of such favorite in social circles here. Mr. Kennedy is well known! here and where there win-
advantages a system, saying cemetery. were screened were Alexander. He found him in his
that it would mean more business and Mr. and Mrs. Philips are at hometo Mexican Commander Fled. the entire community is in sympathywith dows left for ventilation purposes. 'I.cabin. which .had_ .bee' ,guarded_ to
more money for Starke and would bea their many friends at the home of I II Gen. Gustavo Maas, commander of the wife and children who are Since the flies breed in the stable prevent hiS'escape, and; arrested hid
benefit and convenience to the groom's mother Mrs. H. F. present at the injured man's bedside, sive farmers cleaned the stabl eHT
a people I I the garrison at Vera Cruz, left the and brought him to Sta ke and placed
outside of Starke. Philips. I city in a carriage at noon yesterdayhalf and feel gratified that Mr. Kennedy'srecovery more than, elsewhere these progres- him in the county' jail i ? where he is: _
.' Cot C. L Peek raised the questionof Upon the evening of their arrival an hour after the first boatload will be speedy and sure. sive farmers cleaned the stable every at present confined. Alexander has ...
how to finance the project and here from Moultrie Mr. and Mrs.I': of ammunition and marines landed day and sprinkled lime on the floors. lost the sight of his light eye andis
upon motion a committee of three, Philips were given a serenade by a : from the warships. This was stated! BAILEYLIDDON.Mrs. The results of these clean condi otherwise painfully wounded. Mr.
consisting of E. S. Matthews, chairman number of young people and were 1;I officially today and it was also declared -! C. W. Liddon, of this city, announces tions about the homes had been a Smith's wound was painful but not
C. L Peek and J. M. Mitchell, deeply touched by this delicate token I that he had not been seen or heard I the engagement and, approaching reduction in the typhoid fever in the very serious and will not, incommodehim
was appointed to devise means of I I of esteem. from since that hour. marriage of her daughter, community, as well as lessening other very long. .
raising the necessary funds, with instructions -I The commander's family followed Margaret Evelyn, to Mr. Philip Eas- worries occasioned by the pest. The .
to report at the next meet- MONEY SNATCHER CAUGHT. I him in another carriage. ton Bailey, of Camilla, Ga., the wed- physicians are authority for this : aH.z
ing of the board of trade. One day last week Will Flynn, I .The Mexican commander, Gen. Gus- ding to occur some time in June. statement. I PLAY AT HAMPTON, :'
This action Was followed by an informal colored, snatched some money, from I,I tavo Maas, ordered a stubborn resistance The foregoing announcement appeared Moral: Get the first fly when he. The four-act drama, The Noble
and general, discussion of Thomas Bowers, also colored, in the to the American advance yester- in the Jacksonville Times- arrives, and maybe you'll save having' Outcast." will be given at Hampton, .
Starke's needs in a business way, and depot at Jacksonville and boarded a I l day and for many hours there was Union last Sunday. It will be read to bother with the second one.-Chas. Friday night, May 1,:fcr the 'benefit
among other things discussed werea I train for Baldwin. Bowers followedand fighting in the streets. Toward nightfall with much interest in Starke, ,for W. Castner. Lavon Texas. of the library follows j ..'
rice mill, short cotton gin, produce located Flynn at' Baldwin. The ,it was reported that the main the'bride-elect formerly lived here The cast is as .
warehouses and hitching sheds. A sight of Bowers frightened Flynn and body of the federal garrison was in and was 'very popular with a 'large OLD LADY INJURED.An Jerry, The Outcast, jMr. G.' L, ;' "

committee of three members, consist- he caught the same train out of retreat to the westward. circle of friends. She is prominently .accident happened to Mrs. N. C. Merriwether. '
ing of'J. M. Mitchell, chairman, N. T.I Baldwin on which Bowers had arrived I Refused to Surrender. connected here, being a niece of Wainright, of Wateroak, and she is Cot Mathew Lee, A Southern Banker SJ. -
Ritch and J. E. Wilson was appointedto but Bowers boarded the same Rear-Admiral Fletcher, commanding Major E. S. Matthews and also, close- badly hurt It happened in this way. Mr. W. T. Careton. >
investigate possible sites for a I train and came_ u_ to n Starke___._. and____ notified_ the United States warships, pre- ly related to Mrs. A. H. Freeman, Mrs. J. E. J. Wainright and son were James Blackburn. Cot Dee's nephew, ,
shed. Chief of Police Kite who searchedthe I J. T. Wills Dr. J. C. Wills and her Mr. A. C. Crews. k
public hitching faced his occupation of the port by a Judge i taking over'to Raiford. to pay a .
' The board then adjourned to meet train, but couldn't find Flynn. demand through American, consul,I others.Mr. visit to her daughter, -Mrs. -H.- Jack Worthington,: Blackburn's' ;,.
Tuesday evening, April 28, at 7:30 Sheriff Denmark telegraphed ,to W. W. Canada, for its surrender. Bailey, to whom Miss Liddonis Peeples, and; in making a turn in C'I Rival, Mr. J. E. Crews.' '
o'clock at the court house, and all Waldo and Flynn was found and arrested -' General Mass promptly declined to to be given in marriage, is a road a block of wood caught in I Mrs. Lee, the Col's. wife, Mrs.' Lnla, > r
r members of the board of trade are I when he arrived at that point. accede to this demand and shortly prosperous young merchant and ; back wheel of the wagon: and tipped Latimer.France. Y
ii 'urged to be present at the next meet- Sheriff Denmark was notified and he afterwards ten whaleboats were sent popular citizen'of Camilla, Ga. it over far enough to throw them out I I the disputed! possession. j; .
, ing. went to Waldo, secured the prisonerand off from the* side of the transport of the wagon. Mrs. J. E. J. Wain- Miss Grace Brece. ,
I took him to Jacksonville and delivered )I Sadie Faithful, but Fret, Miss Ada'.:: :
-t Prairie loaded-with marines. STARKE LOSES. right, baby and son,.Charley escaped
r PREACHING SUNDAY. him to the proper authorities.t These boats effected a landing in Starke lost a stubbornly contested any serious bruises. The baby '' Kennedy. .
S u, Rev, Ernest House, who has recently .1 the neighborhood of the customs game of baseball with the Gainesville I ed even a bruise of any kind, escaP-'I'I The play lasts 2 .1- Hours. Admission y' f
accepted the pastorate" the CROSSING AT TENTH STREET. house before noon and a few minutes : Specials on the local field Wednesday N. C. Wainright being about 65 years ,' 35 and 25 cent" .
Christian church here, will return to The Seaboard railway company has later Capt. William R. Rush of the I afternoon, the score being 8 to 7 in od, was bruised about the face, right .
Starke Saturday. He will conduct constructed a crossing over their battleship Florida, who was in com'I favor of Gainesville. shoulder and side and also her left MEMORIAL SERVOCES. ;
'preaching services in the Christian tracks at Tenth street, which is not mand of the operations ashore, hand was fractured. Dr. Farrell, of Memorial services will, pe held at
church at 11 o'clock next Sunday only an improvement,' but which will brought his flag in. I two blocks south of the main plaza. Raiford and Dr. Tomlinson, of Stj.rke'l I the Starke school building! Tuesday,
r morning and at 7:30 next Sunday prove a convenience to the public.) Captain Rush's men already had The marines replied immediately but I are the attending physicians. 'I April 28, at 2:30 p.m. ,The memorial a
night. He will continue to preach Hacks can now meet southbound taken up their positions. They num-i their action ceased in a moment There I 1 I address will be delivered t j!; Rev.B. T.
'two Sundays each month for the trains at the Tenth street' crossingand ber ISO bluejackets from the Florida I was a lull for ten minutes and then I STRAWBERRY NEWS. Rape and appropriate music will .tie
Christian.church here for a year. passengers alighting from or 390 marines from the Prairie, and another brief exchange from the west Strawberries are still plentiful and furnished for the occasion under the
boarding trains will not have to crowdand sixty-five marines from the Florida. end of Montesinose street, where a large shipments are made daily, but i:I direction of Miss Lois Peek. A cross
BARS BURNED. jostle along between the trains,; Later these were augmented by a federal outpost was stationed. the best part of the season is over j I of honor will be, bestowed upon ,}fr.
A barn on the farm of Mr. N. G. and the depot platform and bump I detachment from the Utah. The com- Prairie's Guns Used. and the high prices that prevailed a L J. Purdom, of Lake Butler Not
Hayes of Brooker, and its, contents against train crews while they are ing of the American forces was not At 12:30 the firing became general' week or two ago have slumped. Prices! services will be held at the eemetry, r
were destroyed: by fire Tuesday night loading and unloading mail and express heralded by any great excitement but and at 1 o'clock the guns of the transport -: this week have ranged from $2.50 to: but a special committee of ladies will
The fire is thought to have been caus- packages. I small crowds gathered to watch the I Prairie went into action. $3.00 per crate. decorate the graves of our cead heroes
ed by an explosion of carbon sulphide I landing. Soon the bluejackets and L Prior to this a detachment of blue I with laurel wreaths. flags! aiid flowers.
which Mr. Hayes had placed in sauc- OLD CASE SETTLED. I! marines marched through the streets'I jackets from the Utah, holding the BIG SALE OF CATTLE. '
*ers in his corn crib for the purpose A case which was Begun in Alachua' leading from the waterfront and along ground between the consulate and the I I Mr. E. E. Canova has been in Baker I NOTICE I ;

of killing weevils, as Mr.Hayes was i county two years ago was broughtto the railroad yards. Others proceeded water front opened with two of their I, county this week rounding up 1,000, There will be a meeting of J. 3.
awakened during the night by the Bradford county last at the request,. to the American consulate while still, three-inch guns. The first shots from,, head of stock cattle which he has sold Dickison Camp, No. 161T?, U. C. V.,'at
sound .of an explosion. of the defendant and was settled others were deployed in approaches I these pieces were directed against the ;t to -a buyer in IDssiSsi pi. They will the court house in Starke oil Tuesday
when Judge Geo. A. Gardner awarded -i to the central plaza, in which General ancient Benito Juarez tower, which P be shipped from Lake Butler today.; April 28, at 10:30 ajn. fTois id a '
CO. "E" VOLUNTEERS. Attorney T.,W. Fielding judgmentfor Maas had concentrated his men. These once served as a light house. This. Mr. Canova has disposed, of all his 1 called meeting of the Crirw and we r.
f Captain U. G. Tuiner'tendered the $27.68 against W. T. Pound. It maneuvers were made,without opposition was occupied by Mexican sharpshooters. cattle and will quit the business.Mr. would be glad to have as,' many of
I services of Co. "E," Second Infantry, was a civil action for attorney's fee.I but suddenly General Maas challenged -< Lieutenant-Commander Buchanan -I the veterans present as calm. conveniently ,-
National Guard of Florida, to the T. B. Ellis, Jr., appeared for the I the advance with the first:' of the Florida ordered that it be G. W. Hazen, of Brooker can- cone ,.. -
:;: J. adjutant general in case such services plaintiff and J. C. Adkins for Mr. shots-a volley fired from a point destroyed. Five shots brought the old: didate for county treasurer, was in W. T. Weeks, ; 't:"'
i i'*.,are needed in the war with Mexico. Pound. I the city .Tuesday. Captain Commander' c
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mitted to grow until two or three i

years of age they finish out as very

good beef animals. The half breed Scrubs Fatten Quickly

HOLD YOUR ORDERS FOR heifers when bred to beef bulls ,

usually produce excellent calves. You want your pigs to eat as much as possible ;

i AMERICAN FENCE Xo section of the country can raise when you fatten them. Give them a great met t ok-i I put bogs gone m the saabb cen,w.

MY CAR OF AMERICAN FENCE WILL BE IN ABOUT APRIL 25TH. I cattle as cheaply as the South, and of feed, keep the appetite keen and the digestktl i1 Dtt fatten and gave MEDKiNE th n Bee -ti;
E good order, and will obtain the desired resufc reef F
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SELL UPON DAY OF ARRIVAL : the variety and prices of feeds are !
especially if you mix with, the grain ration a dose ot i'GtGhaen2QDtOYerh'DeeJi .:
PER MILE. such that the animals can be economically I SI4 .
;i i 1346 x 12 FENCE AT $89.00 CASH. fop
fE finished for the market. The It
COME IN AND LEAVE YOUR forage plants, especially sorghum and B D e.W.va
} corn, make such a luxuriant growthin

Hardware DeWitt C. Jones L .JJ the southern latitudes that large I Whets the appetite-Helps digestion. t. 25c,At 50c an.t $1. per gas ',;
JOUr vt
yields of silage can be produced per cka1et'Lp, B. 4

acre. The silage is an excellent feed I

a'.fIf'.f Whitewash is the cheapest of all SOUTH FOR BEEF PRODUCTION for wintering the breeding herd, or .
HOW TO BUILD A HEN HOUSE. ----- --------- ---- .

paints and may be used either for exterior for finishing the animals for the IO

New Bulletin That Should be of or interior surfaces. It can be Location and Climatic Conditions market The use of silage in a fattening POADSWfl1CI1 WILL

; i Interest to Poultrymen. made by slacking about 10 poundsof Make South Goad Section for ration almost invariably increases -

quicklime in a pail with 2gallonsof Cattle. the size of the daily gains,

', Washington, D. C., April 15.Poultry .- water, covering the pail with clothor cheapens the gains, lengthens the YOU TAIL ?

k s houses may be built more burlap, and allowing it to slake Washington, D. C., April 2-2."The period during which cattle can be fed

open and consequently less expensively for one hour. Water is then addedto geographical and the climatic condi- cottonseed meal economically. and Y t

in our Southern States than in the bring the whitewash to a con- tions of the South are such as to without danger, and results in better

; North, according to investigators of sistency which may be applied readily.A make it a good location for cattle finish, fatter cattle, and greater profits

fi:;J.: the U. S. Department of Agriculture. weatherproof whitewash for ex- raising. The soils are so varied that per head. The leguminous haysas

,. ;; However, a house which gives satis- terior surfaces may be made as fol- what may be said in'a general way alfalfa cowpea, lespedeza, red .

:{.., faction in Maine will also give good lows: (1) Slake 1 bushel quicklime will not hold true for all places or clover, and vetch, and the corn stover \1..IL/ ;

I:,:'t.,' results in :Texas or California. The in 12 gallons of hot water, ((2) dissolve sections of this large area. They and oat straw are good rough feedsto \' r 'EfC''r .. .

3 best site for a poultry house in any 2 pounds of common salt and 1 vary from light sand to heavy clay, or use in conjunction with silage. a

v location is one where good water and pound of sulphate of zinz in 2 gallonsof to the black prairie soils, or the stiff The Shorthorn, Aberdeen-Angu,

;! air drainage are available. The floor boiling water; pour (2) into (1), postoak. As a rule the stiffer the H-r,.f.rd, P.ed Polled and Devon -=- :

and yards will then be dry. The house then add 2 gallons of skim milk and soil and the greater the content of br:-:d3: of cattle: all do well in theSccth. .'c..... _- '

should not occupy a low hollow in mix thoroughly. Whitewash is spread lime in the soils, the more nutritiousthe Th Shorthorn does well on ; -:::::::::

,. which cold air settles. Wherever possible lightly over the surface with a broad grasses are, and the greater is all lands vrhcre the pastures are good ----- ,

'' < a southern or southeastern ex- brush. the variety of clovers which will grow. and feed is plentifuL The cows --

posure should be selected, althoughthis The Piedmont section of Virginia, usually prove to be very good milkers, '

is not essential if there is any West Virginia, Western' North Caro- giving milk enough for the calf and -
f + ffffff + ffffff + ft '
-,, good reason for facing the house in f ,' lina, Tennessee, and Northern Ala-I to 'supply the home as well The 1 ''

a different direction. I bama is a fine grazing country, and result of the good milking qualities of I ::-4.-'C-
+ "Poultry House Construction" is f f thousands of good beef cattle are the cows is usually a good growthycalf. -

the title of the Department's newFarmers' fftfftfff'FtfftttThe found there. The Shorthorn is more The Herefords and Angus are ,
Bulletin (No. 574), in which popular than any other breed in this good and will do well under ,
grazers the ROAD TO PROSPERITY .
health status of the is on today. The first milest '
negro ie
are explained the main features that region, and they do exceedingly well range conditions, as well as on the START '
of vital interest to white BANK ACCOUNT. It is a check against !
every person extravagance.
should be considered, and in which The grazing plants are chiefly blue small farm. (The Hereford stands ea4.. ,
and to every individual of his own fatten the autobiography of any of our great! captains of industry tad '
of satisfactory The cattle rapidly
pictures and plans grass. very ahead of all breeds as a range animal, _
s houses are shown. Every poultryman race. during the grazing season and raise but the Angus has the advantage over finance. Invariably, close to the opening pangraph, he will tell of his

u who contemplates erecting new It is widely known that the death I excellent calves. Most of this regionis all breeds in the feed-lot as theyfinishout FIRST BANK ACCOUNT. It was the first milestone in his ROAD 10 ;; I'

rate among people of this race is ticks and the losses from l 1.
poultry buildings is urged to write I free of very smoothly, are high in qualityand SUCCESS
It is widely known that the death ,
t to the Department for this bulletin, death are relatively smalL kill out a high percentage of .
rate people of this race is abnormally We
# which will be sent free on application, among The black prairie section of Ala- marketable meat The Devon is slower your account.
high. The cause is found .
as long as the Department's supply bama, Mississippi and Texas and the of growth than the other breeds,
not in climatic or general sanitary
"'" lasts. delta lands of Mississippi and Louis- but are great rustlers and fatten on .
conditions, but in the negro's ignor- BANK OF STARKE
The Intensive System" add the iana, are extremely favorable sectionsfor pastures which are so thin that some
ance of simple laws of health and in
:v "Colony System." raising and finishing beef cattle. of the beef breeds could hardly subsist -
; There are two pppnlar ways in the himself insanitary is largely surroundings responsible.These for whichhe Experiments conducted by the Bureauof The Red Polled is a dual pur- E. S. Matthews, Pres. Ted H, Halligan, Cashier. :

which to raise poultry, the "intensive defects can be remediedthe Animal Industry and the Alabama pose breed which ranks next to the : ,

system" and the "colony system." The Experiment Station dhow l that cattle milking strain of Shorthorns in the ,
first by instruction; the second byenforcement
: first of these aims to save steps, of sanitary regulations when kept free of the cattle tick, production of milk and beef. They are :

and accomplishes this purpose. Long can be raised at a cost of 3 to 4 centsa not as well known, nor as popularas I
especially those which relate to water
stationary houses are C used. It is supply and sewage disposal, appliednot pound. This cost includes the keepof the Shorthorn, but have done well, J. R. DAVIS CO.

easier, however, to keep the birds the cows for one year, charges for wherever tried in the South. Any
1 to the tenant alone but to
bealthly and to reproduce the stock pasture and all feeds consumed at of the breeds cross well with/ the f
t the white landlord as well.
a, under the second system. market prices, depreciation in the native cattle and can be used ad-
The widespread misapprehension
1 Under the colony system, the birds value of the heard, and 6 per cent. in- vantageously in breeding up the scrub
existing as to the healthfulness of the
are allowed free range, the houses, terest on the money invested. The herds. INSURANCESTARKE
.ryz south is due largely to distorted facts.I
= which hold about 100 hens each, being Mortality I p principal native grasses which are By the eradication |of the cattle
placed from 200 to 250 feet apart, so among negroes indigenous to these soils arp ber- tick, the use of good purebred beef
exaggerated. The South has nothing
that the stock will not kill ,the grass. muda, Johnson grass, lespedeza and bulls, the improvement of the pasture
to lose by publicity. To make
This system may be adapted to severe melilotus; but red clover, alsike clover, lands, and a closer study of the cattle
evident conditions as they are will = =
winter conditions by drawing the bur clover and white clover grow business, the South will develop intoa Y
inspire confidence and bring conviction
colony houses together in a convenient readily when planted in the pastures, great cattle raising section, and "
to the fair minded.To .
place at the beginning of winter, I and the grazing season can be extended should contribute largely to the supply I
institute for the eradi- 5r
thus'reducing the labor during thesold measures greatly for their use. Alfalfa, of meat in the next two decades. j,
cation of sanitary evil is intelli-
months.- The first system is more any soy beans, cowpeas, corn, sorghum In no case should high-priced, high)

'} suited for hens used solely for the gent and a civic obligation; morover, I and other forage crops do well on bred stock be brought from tick-free j-
it economic But
implies foresight
production of market eggs then for these lands and produce an abundance territory until the farm upon which International Harvester
attack on defect of the social bodyto
those used to breed stock. any of roughage and hays for they are to be kept has been rid of
be effective must be made a con- 1
outlay of money, wintering and fattening the cattle. ticks.
Fences mean an ,
certed movement by all interested.To Farm Wagons
; and this outlay is more or less con The red clay soils produce crops very
this end, Louisiana State Boardof Powerful Explosives .
for the
they must be maintainedafter similar to those mentioned !
tinuous, as "What
are the !
; Health believes it timely to calla most powerful explo-
installed. There shouldbe prairie soils. Sires "
being known?
conference of health and educational queried the young man.
as.few fences as possible dividingthe leaders throughout the South that There are great areas of "cut-over" 'Two'priDiIt donua; III' otif ojifra

lots and the yards, and land can be reached lands in the South that range in price company;* replied 11:,- \nf.tn..!. .,

be kept "sweet' more easily if not immediate agreement,may practical measures concerning for bet- from $2 to $-0 per acre, which couldbe manager.- CLiciignw: I

fenced, and fresh, sweet land is a used for beef production. The soil -

valuable asset in poultry raising.On terment of health among negroes. of such lands is usually sandy or To Bed \V.in Dr-jit and ShotFrom i
I The meeting will be held in New tin r>ui good soil, a greensward may be postoak, neither of which are as good )
Orleans April 24th-25th. East of the seem that Use-nl-t< :-\\Vt I'oinl
4- < kept up by allowing 200 to 250 square for grazing as the prairie or delta are
not the
Mississippi a rate of one-fare plus on.t. I.I-I-UK; who\ sometimes
feet of land per bird. This means lands but which would furnish good find
taps Iud the
25 cents from all points has been Minr:*r.lu annoying
t: 217 or 174 birds per acre. More space granted; west of Mississippi the rate grazing if a little care was taken ingetting The wife of one of the officers there

r is necessary on poor light land. A pasture plants stated. On had a colored maid who was giving t
is 4
cents a mile round trip. Hotels
larger number of fowls are usually have these soils carpet grass, bermuda, satisfaction ami was IIIIIareutl.weU t
given 25
cent. reduction.
: kept to the acre where double yards Account of Health per week tickets lespedeza, white clover, red top, pleased with her oMtiou. Mrs. Crown I

are used and the laid is frequently on do exceedingly welL The carpethe was therefore mnazed when Sallie ne I H C Line I ,J)

; cultivated. Plymouth rocks, and the sale 17th. Return limit, April 27th. Paspalum dilatatum, and bur cloverdo came to her and told her she could not r SEE the International fifth wheel (patT"ct _

.- work there any loncer.ViIl .. ;Fr applied for)' Weber and Columbus
a other heavy meat breeds in small exceedingly well. The carpet grass "\ on

.r -i yards require fences 5 to 6 feet high, ONE WAY TO PAY A DEBT.A I furnishes abundant grazing on the ing. Sallie you' tell her mistress me why asked.you are lear- :.. .t:: wagons. This one feature .

i while a fence 6 to 7 feet high is sandy lands while the bermuda does Mis' Lizzie. the 8nswt'r.od.MAb t:,LM&ii tra makes these two wagons stand out above !f

..-1.. necessary for leghorns. The upper Suit That Lincoln Settled In Hit better on the soils which are a little likes you an' Ah likes de kunnel air Hl7 COiN Pro*MCHUIES. all the rest as the best and cheapest for a J

< two feet of fence for the latter may Own Peculiar Manner. stiff. The paspalcm, white clover, Ah likes de chilleu. But Ah can't stay liMen.Plutcn CihntunCttERAL Pickcn farmer to buy. The fifth wheel prevents -

: 1t. be inclined inward at an angle of A crack brained attorney who I lived and red top do well on the damp lands, nowharviar! Ah has to he drummedto :- r. the pitching and pulling up of the front bolster, and8g&

30 degrees, or a strand of barbed in Springfield supported mainly by the I I alsike bed at right and shot out of bed id Sk.-.ua it does away with broken !kiife pins and bent circle
lime is AGE
and if present irons.
other lawyers of the some de mawninV-Xew It doubles the bearing'suriace of the bolster
place became indebted York I'ost.
ofwire may be used on top of the The ul p prDI on the sandboard it increased
in the sum of SiTiO to j clover will furnish fine grazing. --- ; the life of the wagon;
regular wire to keep them confined.It citizen of the wealthy foundation of all pastures on sandy CeIinlan distributes strains more evenly, and therefore makes _<
county. The
creditor Gaucho and LHK the work of
is also sometimes necessary to clip ) failing after related efforts loam lands should be carpet grass, Grihgo. Oil u i Cu EKOC* hauling easier on the horses.
to The With all
', collect gaucho (nownearly extinct! was OilTrKtorTHuinSpmdcn these points to recommend it, the Inter ,
the wing feathers of one wing of these the amount due him. came to Mr. Lin bermuda and lespedeza. The variety the cowboy of the Argentine national fifth wheel is worth a trip to town to set
birds that persist in getting out A : coin and asked Liiii to briny pampas Craa Scpwitoit Call on the I H C local dealer who
I suit. Liu of forage crops which may be raisedon a half wild: fellow who, dressed in his II ram WifratHtor handles Weber or -

4 ? board or strip along the top of the II I I I coin explained( the man's condition and this type of soil is large, and it is "poncho." sint his entire time looking Track, Columbus International wagons and ask tim to show you the ."
c advisable. Hens will often circumstances nod :\lI"isl'his I.flru.rr fifth whee Yep cannot see it on any
: fence is not client after the droves
all the great of cattle
? matter to hays that
I I I to let the matter rest but the an easy grow II C wes other wagon. If you do cc know where to go
fly over such an arrangement. ', tor's credi silage crops and forage necessary for roamed over the South American ptia Cri era drop us a line and we will gjv you the name of the6irt.e '
Posts may be set or driven into the was up. and he insisted which be i plains. "(Jriaso" is a term applied by nearest dealer. ,
on brie:ring suit. feeding the stock may kept,
ground. They should: be set 8 to 10 Again Lincoln urge) I i the South Americans to a North American -
him let the on the farm. i Company: America
Jo matter ;
drop, adding. Englishman
I I or and sometimes
feet apart with common poultry net-,. You by
:; can make nothing out of him One of the greatest drawbacks to, the people of Mexico to an American.In DlntematiOnalHarv tlacttrnaratesq '
ting, or,16 to 20 feet with woven wire.|{i i and it will ctM you a goal deal more the cattle industry of the South has I I Fla.

Corner posts should be about 8 inches than the debt to bring suit"The
been the presence of the cattle tick the Book Department. naic1E'8md.e Gsfene PWIo
:, in diameter; and be set 4 feet in the creditor was still determined tc I .
have his:1 that transmits Texas fever, which "You advertise satisfaction or money --
ground, while. intervening posts maybe > and threatened to seek refunded" .
kills of the cattle and stunts
4 or.inches in diameter and set some other attorney who would be many "Yes. madam."
I more willing others in growth. The tick is rapidly
r to take
3 feet in, the ground. That part of charge of the 1Vell.Fm not satisfied with the (
r matter than Uncoln appeared to be. being eradicated, and it is only a way
the post which is set in the ground this novel turns out. The heroine
Lincoln then saUL "Well. if>... ou are de question of time until the South is married
be charred or treated with some the wren: man. so I'd like '
may termined that my
suit shall Bradford
brought I freed of this pest. I
wood preservative to advantage, while will bring it. but money bark lIpase.Pittsburb Post County
i my charge. will be The native cattle of the South are .
t4.: corner posts should be firmly bracedor JIO. The creditor paid over the' monkey --
cold blooded scrubs variable
carrying a -
set in cement. and gave peremptory orders that Seeking the Lost.

and the suit should be brought that percentage of Jersey blood. Theyare -What !I" that poet gabbling, about Abstract Company
All buildings appliances on art. very
small in size and inferior in "Ili< lo-t ,l
poultry farm will be improved greatly, day.After his client's departure Lincoln! quality, but they have stamina and I! letter put an ad in the lost A complete record Bradford County 'lands '
and in service )
both in appearance went out of the office. He returned in the cows produce good calves when coluuiu. My the way what fe a Jenore -

ability by the addition of paint One about an Lour with an amused look on bred to a beef bull Some of these'! ?"-Louisville COllrler.J oU rull.. Land Titles Real Estate Investmen

s may buy ready-mixed paints, or may iiis face. I asked what pleased bim. cows weighing not over 600 pounds, -- =- -I1. ,

purchase paste pigments and oil and and he replied: "I brought suit ayainst have given birth to half breed calves Babies' Good Trait. ;

mix them. All surfaces should be and then hunted him up*. told him which have developed into 500 to 600 Another good thing about babies Is

Y clean and dry before they are painted. the what$10 I had done, banded him half of pound animals at 12 to 13 months of tbat they never go around telling the Used the Soft Answer. No. 666
and we went over to the smut things their daddies said. Galvpc'on "So Dick!
'Use a priming coat made of equal They and Daisy have made up?
+ squire's uffiie. He age. usually weigh about 800
z confessed
:: !* parts of paint and linseed oil and judgmentand to 850 By George: After the way she laid espea'for
paid the billLincoln pounds at two years of prepared
added age
4 cover with one or more coats cf paint, he did not see any other way to make when raised under average southern him out I never" expected it How did MALARIA or CHILLS & FEV

# which should be thoroughly rubbed things so generally farm conditions. The Hard work U still the road to prosperity he pacify her: Five or lix dpica will break any car,
satisfactory.1'htvP. half
breed and there is no other.-Benjamin i ,"He told Her that he'd rather quarrel if taken then ai a tonic the Fever wM i
into the surface. \ La. ii- f A.hrLincoln.." calves of a higher but .
i grade if per Franklin. return. I It itt on the fiver better

a, i girl".t. Calomel ud doe not gripe or ccken. I

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'f' --.', THE BRADFORD

t1l Tallahassee, Fla.-There will be .'

: f about 100 cars of watermelons and

i li LIVE STATE NEWS 10 cars of cantaloupes to move from
this point during the season. The

first car will move abouUJune 5, and

\ I the movement will be heavy by June Reward!

15. The crops are in a fine healthy
Things That Are Happening Florida as Told condition and everything points to a

Our banner season for the truck growers.
By Exchanges.
\I L -JJ Bell, Fla.-It is estimated that the Go get a tin 'of STAG y'z

watermelon acreage in this section
will be near 600.. The plants have and be rewarded by a

A new bank has been organized Secretary and Mrs. Bryan will visit put out runners and are in good shape. %
lately in Watertown under the name their winter home in Miami for an The melon growers planted nothing r 1 new thrill in smoking. IZzryt.

1 of Watertown Bank. The board of indefinite stay this week. Mr. Bryanis but the best seed to be had and thereis

1 directors consist of J. L. Edwards, still weak from his last illness, and every indication that there will bea t STAG has a LIVING FRAGRANCE

.1 John J. Paul, Henry S. Bean, L. B. has been advised to get a completerest large yield if weather conditions that is entirely original and entirely

Lee and_R. H. PauL J. L. Edwardsis in the South.J. remain favorable. The western part wonderful. .
president: John L. Paul, first vice- of Alachua county is particularly
president; Henry S. Bean, second D. Molter has interested H. L. adapted to melon growing and hun- \ "SO Bite The last pipeful
Gray the Raleigh sawmill in the the day-or nightis
vice-president, and L. B. Lee, cashier. man, dreds of cars will be shipped from "So SOnf
> The bank is capitalized at $15,000. j ji I II r, canning industry, and they are constructing this section during the season. j "So Big, as fresh and tempting as the first. .
i I I a plant at Forest Home :
The Marconi wireless station at Farm the place of Mr. Molter's, sev- G. E. Hammond who lives at 10 "3o String." Convenient Packages: The 'Handy Half-Size 5-

Miami Beach is nearly completed and eral miles southwest of Gainesville.The .West Gaines street rides upon the Cent Tin, the Full-SIze tO-Cent Tin, the Pound and Half-Pound 4IglllNl
it has been arranged that their mes- plant will be modernly equippedand streets of ,Tallahassee every day, a Tin Humidors
and the
i sages trill be sent direct to the Western -' will be one of the largest in this bicycle made by himself in his own ICElhi! I UI Pound Glass Humidor. _

Union station office in Miami. A part of Florida as it will have a shop in the year 1898. Everything is >

'1 telegraph station will be erected in' capacity of 5,000 cans per day. Mr. of his own manufacture, even the seat '

j the near future for the forwarding Molter will be ready to open the and the springs thereof, and it is a v.a K!

i of wireless messages. The station plant within two or three weeks and neat decidedly well proportioned wt S11Tt41A 4G f

can be used by the residents of Miami as he is an experienced preserver wheeL For sixteen years he has been

! and the visitors at the beach, which there is no reasto allow surplus riding it, and it gives promise of

i will be a great advantage as well as fruits and vegetables to lie in the standing an equal number more of !,, For Pipe and.Ci&arette .
' a convenience. i fields and rot this season.-Gainesville years usage. Mr. Hammond can hardily uEVER- LASTI N G-L Y GOOD z.
to ride it that f
\ : Sun. expect long himself,]
1 Just thirty-three days rafter the for he is now eighty years old. But

\ bond trustees began to advertise the By an overwhelming majority of he is a young and vigorous as a man I
paving bonds for sale at Orlando com 162 to 63, Daytona on Tuesday last '' .
fifty works in P.
; his
; every shop, Lorlllard Co.-Established' '
missioners closed a contract for the decided to issue bonds to the amounto and who knows but what he may 'TOB ACC'O t H6o -;;

-j brick with which the paying in that $175,000 for sewerage. Now that ; round out a century or more. He has

city is to be done. The contract was the bonds have been voted, the CO ridden this wheel in eight different .

made with a Birmingham concern at I| cil and board of public works tn-1 States as far west as Chicago, and

a rate of $27.25 per thousand for five have one or more engineers of .- as far east as New York State, and I -

million brick delivered in Orlando, tional reputation come and prepare southward to Florida. Tallahassee'True The new plant of the Lakeland

| making a total amount of $136,250. plans. Daytona hag.some ginger. The Democrat Evening Telegram was formally open-

Palatka Fla.The Florida state people there know that the men ed to the people of that city Wednesday \
r ,
I selected to spend the .funds derived Bruce Meffert was in from the An- night Over two thousand people i
I horticultural society has issued aj
I from the sale cf bonds are not goingto and When You
( for its twenty-seventh an- thony Sparr sections yesterday were invited to inspect the handsome' Want
program run away with the sewerage sys- and that those sections
says were three-story building and the printing
nual meeting to be held in this city t
tem. They are willing to trust each visited by very destructive hailstorm I plant which was in active
.t April 28, 29, 30 and May 1. April 30 J operation
otherand themselves. DeLand yesterday morning. Some of the hail- during the receiving hours. The
Vhe Palatka Board of Trade will entertain A Horse
the society with a boat ride News. stones, it is said, weighed as muchas spacious lobby editorial and business A Mule
a solid pound. It is feared that offices were decorated in ferns and
In the St. Johns river. The music Tom Perkins, colored, an ex-convict i
many of the vegetable fields were flowers for the occasion. Fruit punch
rill be furnished by the Palatka Miliary ,
who hails from
Campbellton, passed -
devastated. A served.
cabbage patch belong- was
J Band. The headquarters during Mr. W. A. Lee's on the Slocomb road Buggy A Wagon
ing to J. M. Meffert at Lowell, was
convention will be the Putnam north six
of town about
\ pe Friday a.m. the
totally destroyed, cabbage plants
for Feathered Police. "
louse. The address of welcome \
with his third bunch of cattle. An
being beaten into the ground. At the "Onr aerial pollee fon-e" is the
i |e city of Palatka will be given by hour or so later Mr..Jim Howell, of picturesque -
Wetumpka Fruit Company's groves, and at the same time accurate A
the Set
I S. Eenrerly re- of Harness
yor Hartford
S. phoned Dr. R. B. Warren near Lowell, fifty-two window lights phnse that the state ornithologist, r
for the society by Lloyd .
i use that this was there trying to of :Mas
l negro were beaten out from the windows, >'arhnsrtts has applied to the
I envy of Orlando. sell him cattle that in his blrd .
\ some was and the tomato crop was totally de They corn-entmte rapidly on any
Apalachicola has in contemplation (Warren's mark. Dr. Warren went stroyed. Others in these sections suffered unusual irruption of insects or of the Come to See
smaller animal that we Class as vermin UsWe
at once found nine head of them
he "adoption of a new charter. A up more or less from the terrific They: mink alike the
} property of
\ entative instrument has been framed were his and had the negro lockedup. hailstorm which is considered by all rich and poor dt>mlnlnll salary accept

nd indorsed by:) the board of direc- Quite anumber of other cattleI odds the worst that has ever been ex- : nn ";.Taft and: ask! nly to be protected buy in car lots and give our cus-

t t ors of the Chamber of Commerce,I[ have been missing in and near town perienced in the State. It has also in the performance of their tomers the benefit of the lowest prices.

.f nd the voters will be asked to adopts I! recently. Hacher Vickers we learn, been reported that Mr. Neidenhoefer's bent tic'l'ut work.Youth's Companion.

he completed charter at the general( found two of his today (Tuesday) in a dwelling house was blown off its -

rimary election'on June 2. A mass I! market. man's pasture in Hartford. foundation by the terrific wind accompanying Cubic Feet.A .

eeting was called for Thursday I With Perkins behind the bars it is the hailstorm and thatT. pnhic foot of water contains one J. W. .ANDREWS & SON

I : vening in the rooms of the Chamber I[ thought that no further depredations J. McQuaig's house was treated in, and oDl'balf.110"* ((1.728 cubic inches E
and weighs
sixty-two and
I f Commerce for the purpose of conI will occur and that cattle will be a similar manner both being considerably one-half
It !I pound One cable foot of bituminous
dering the proposed change and to reasonably safe.-Bonifay Advertiser. i damaged.-Ocala Banner.
'I cool weighs from forty-seven to fifty
1 the indorsement of the citizens
t ecure A few days ago was recounted the Extraordinarily large sweet potatoes pound One cubic foot at anthracitecoil .1 Starke \i
t large. The commission form of weighs about fifty-three pounds. Florida
rovernment, embracing the initiative,I dimensions of a remarkably large egg cabbage, eggplant, and other y
that was brought into this office by vetetables grown in Florida are reported -
ferendum and recall, are features lfltAflJU1ibWUiAccidental.
I Rev. Wyche, that egg was 7 5-8 inches frequently from different Fate of tht Peacemaker :.
f the new scheme. "Your face seem cut A.ecidtntr"No. -
I around the long diameter 6 1-4 inches sections of the state that they have | fight Tried to stop a husband z

Tony Burns was in from! Midway, the short diameter and weighed 3 1-2 ceased to cause expressions of surprise:| who was beating his wife." Smoking In arliament. Y

:"uesday. He says that the Fuller's. I ounces. That was a pretty good sized but the first big pumpkins we have!I i I "And the husband hit your Teacher-Can you tell the class the In the seveutwrt] century smoking

:larth Manufacturing Company at egg, but Florida hens, like Florida heard of were raised on an island close i|I "No the wife. Cleveland Plain name of the belt north of the equator) was allowed} lii the British house of
lat place is the busiest' institution1i I people, are not content to let a record to Gasparilla. There were two of Dealer. Scholar-Can't sir. TeacherCorrect commons. "

i this section of the State,for it runs stand, if it is possible to break it" them placed on exhibition that I r-

([large day and night shift and never so one of Mr. F. B. Gentry's hens weighed about ninety pounds each.I, 4 "
lops its wheels. There is more deland went Rev. Wyche's one better and So much in refutation of the state-j *Fr'nnunnnJtnuJutnJu1Jutnutnj1ju1jmA

for the product than it is pos- layed an egg a few days ago, that ments of the knockers, who claim

rie for the plant to supply, and anJargement measured 8 3-8 inches around the that Florida's soil is composed of

is expected soon. Mr.irns long way, 6 3-4 inches the small way, worthless sand.-Zolfo Springs Truth.I THE LAST

a also says that the farmers arejually and weighed 4 2-3 ounces. This is 'Many of the sponge boats which .

busy in his section and are what we call a pretty good sized egg have been at sea for the past few |

Wing for large crops.-Tallahassee and yet when you consider that it was weeks are now returning to port with I, Georgia Sunshine Corn F

e Democrat. produced in Florida, the Land of gather larger catches than were expected Whiskey
I Wonderful Opportunities its extreme the weather for ,
as a
commercial department is to be size is not so much to be wondered while has been unfavorable for That Will Ever
tailed in the West Palm Beach sponge; be Offered for Sal 't
jiool text September for those stu- I at-Milton Gazette.Jacksonville.Richard. gathering. Much of the time the I ,;

ts who do not care for a regular i J. Bolles and water has been too muddy. By the Bottled in Bond 5
Years old. 1
17th inst it is said that practically,
There will be
course. a Jesse L. Billingsley, charged with conspiracy 1 J s
all of the boats will be in port On !
that is said to fit
year course and using the United States
4 fully for clerical work. I mails to defraud in the sale of Everglade Friday last the sale of sponges I THIS TELLS THE TALE sI
amounted to about $14,000, and to-
lands, were found not guilty I I
large whale made its appearance morrow's sale, it is thought will be
and the charges against them dismissed YOUR Florida 7 unea- r March
otthis coast Friday morning about by United States Commissioner much heavier.-Tarpon Springs Lead 9, ;;1lDlJa7. YOUR

100 o'clock, moving slowly south-] er.
wad Frank D. Brennan in a decision I LAST CHAS. BLUM CO. LAST
within a half mile or less of
; shie. The spouting of the animal handed down today. The BollesBil- About most every kind, character! CHANCE BUYS LAST OFGEORGIA ,

anjits nearness to the beach attracted lingsley case, which occupied twenty and description of vegetable has found CORN CHANCE --
day's time before Commissioner Bre nits way to the Valley Gazette office
puch attention and later the rumor WHISKEY DEAL RUNNING INTO
spiad an, closed last Thursday with the at some time during the past five .
that it had gone ashore, but THOUSANDS MADE
thee arguments of the attorneys in the years, but about the freakiest freak Buy It
was no truth in this-report.Da .- Total of 2450 Cases in Storage There BuyleBy
case. The defendants were indicted things of the whole lot are two radishes I
ona Gazette-News. By the Case Since Prohibition Law of 1907
in Kansas City charged with conspiracy that J. M. Byars presented the the Case

lithe display window of the Bar-', and fraudently using the editor on Monday last. One radish' One of the laigot deals ia w&Lqr that bas
towboard of trade there is a cabbage mails to sell 180,000 acres of Ever: is about as perfect a lobster as was ever been made in the South was consummated _
i head weighing twenty-five pounds. It glade lands that had not been drained. ever caught in a trap and the other 4 all Quarts known yesterday wholesale by die whiskey diaries dealers.Blum Company, well 4 nil Quarts ..

wasaised by L. T. Taylor &: Son of i Literature and letters that had been is almost a perfect human hand, with'b a contract buying the mere output of They the closed largest Y

this city, and is the largest ever seen sent through the mails were offeredas the difference that it has twice too'I $4.00 distillery in Georgia. The deal calls for the "". $4.00
here. !!The Taylor farm is not irrigated -I evidence. The defendants offered many fingers. Mr. Byars, who is''I mediate delivery of 2,150 cases of Georgia Sun. : _

,ar the product speaks for itself testimony to show their good faith one of our successful truckers as well. shine This bottled is the n last bond lot of whiskey .
as to ;the merits of the soil around 1 and that no fraud had been intendedor as a landscape gardener, says the I 12 Full Quart made in the State of Georgia con!before whiiLey went that dry.- 12 Full Quart

Bartow for trucking. .-Bartow Couri- consummated. ,The court Jield that radishes grew in the same row with I I and in fact. k said to be the balance of the corn

yt Informant a prima facie case had not been made a hundred others and had the same I Case $10.50 wbislertLatuleftia isdUery since that state the voted State for of prohibinoa.Georgia many Case $10J>Q. r

out and dismissed the proceedings. chance to be shapely and of good
S. J. Sligh has the largest Arrangements are being made to brmg this '\ '
in Irish potatoes acreage Another charge of using the mails to saleable size as any radish in the whiskey which will take several railroad can to
man in ever planted by one against the defendants. cans-mailsb patch, but like some people, preferred Express Prepaid I h'Ddle't0 this dry at once, and will be offered to I tf
sides a broad area county planted, he says to other be-I conduct a lottery is still pending to act the fool and is just the opposite I | the trade by this well known nm. I Express PreplaId '.

kinds of against the defendants. The conductof thing. The radishes have attracted
of his truck vegetables lands is'about The division Mr. Belles throughout the transactions unusual attention, as they are certainly It is selling fast, so you had better send your order at once. First Come, First

follows: Potatoes, 25 acres; cucumbers as-t which have been brought into a curiosity.Kissimmee Ga Served. GET A CASE WHILE IT
15 acres, tomatoes, 175 acres. the evidence was stated by the commissioner zette. t LASTS. All orders shipped day received
I as his principal for '
The potatoes will be ready for market reason Time end ,
dismissaL "I have Tido. CHAS. BLUM CO.
come to the conclusion
In. the course of eight or ten days,! that What Is th* 'i.7eren! -e between time ; -
action of Mr. Bolles
thinks Mr. Sligh and and tide? Time l .ve!< ..v'> The
about rytLinzCms
, he will begin to dig and ship.-Qrlan-April 16 throughout the entire transaction is ...... ........ "r.'... it.. ........ '.'w'l Largest and Oldest Mail Order House In The South : _f '
,k that of an honest
do Sentinel man; it impressesme
I that he is entirely innocent he OH Sons Otter Ills ..t Cm. JACKSONVILLE. -FLORIDA ; J f!

F Telegraph, $1.50 year. says in the report of his finding. The are cored wont cues by the no rooderfnl.matter of how old long reliable studing Dr., t t'I r' ,

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It is the young man and young To bond or not to,bond for the inch ia length, will be printed ...... this On, and after Sunday,, April'I'12,: f, l'CHUBCIIES. 1 f i't

t woman of today with practical Can Beading for the aaiforss price of fti. dollars. .
a of ffc.
purpose : paving street and .
ia .......' '. 1914 trains will ass follows -
1Mal ,aid Long DisUKC Plow education, who will adorn our best Walnut streetand for providing an run : I J II ,, I'll ,. tt IIIIII-I'-M 1

NuberM I No. 3, J Jacksonville to Tampa, due) ..'>
homes in the future.It adequate sewerage system for the TAX COLLECTOR.I >. Baptist.Bev. .. ... '"fJ

J is the manager and financier,who town of Starke, is a question that is hereby annpaace that I am a candidatefor at Starke 11:02a.m., # :
reelection to the office of Tax Collector C. M. Britton' pastor.., BaJa:
f tabGsSed weekly tad entered u :s the practical: one. being quietly discussed by many of. for Bradford county, and solicit the votes of No. ), Jacksonville to Tampa. due day school &::45t ..' m. Morning r:111

It is the young man with good habits our citizens at this tim I ail Democratic electors. I promise if elected at Starke, 11:14 p.m. ,
L taerad chars at the .
matter podoftcet to diacharge the dabs of tile office faithfully. vice, 11 o'clock; evening service-.7: 1 ;

Starke, Florida. who has a bank account, who Everybody'recognizes the need of I B. M. DOWUNG. No. 15, Jacksonville to Cedar' Key, o'clock. Visitors.cordially I invited toL:;s'

shows evidence of becoming a finan- these improvements, but everybody is due at Starke 3:12 p.m. worship with'us.. | w" |

E. S." Matthews, Editor and Owner cier. y- -'*: -q I not in favor of attempting them at I FOB TAX COLLECTOE No. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville, due ;; Episcopal ''' ijg
tale this
of candidacy
manner announcing my ..
t Robbins Ataociate Editor It is the young woman who trains this particular time. The majority ". -
E. __ I -
F. for the office of Tax Collector of Bradford
ti I at Starke, 3:49 p.m. Rev. E, ,.. Sherrod, rector. 'Su. : .
and Bosuieu Hunger herself with the duties of homework, of the younger business men of the County, subject to the Democratic Primary
in Jane and earnestly solicit the No. 2 to Jacksonville due
support Tampa
vices first Sunday
that will become a manager.It I town are in favor of a bond issue of the electors at came. I pledge prompt l every month.. .'

Surke. Florida. Friday April 24,1914 is the observing, the prudent, for the purposes named, but the older and efficient serriee if elected.E. L POPPELL, at Starke, 4:54 am. I Christian. ':

who -will be the practical one. I and more conservative element is not I' No. 14, Cedar Key to Jacksonville, I Rev. John Mullady pastor. Serric. ,::

'- --- \ The majority of our young friends in favor of a boncj issue at this time.;ii' COLLECTORI due at Starke 7:45 a.m. .i es at 3 p. m. first and third Sunday
Few men ever get old enough to of today are beginning at the wrong They say they are in favor of improvements -: am a candidate for the off ce of.Tax Collector Starke and Wannee* Brach. of the month.

know better. end. Instead of beginning at the bot-i I but they think the ,timeI of solicit Bradford the County support Florida.f the voters and respectfully at No. 101 leaves Starke 6:45 ajn. j Presbyterian. .

1, v tom and training themselves for the not' for them. I the primalTlectioa on the 2nd day of Jane
The Times-Union is not "infallible"as .I p I 11914. If elected I promise faithful and efficient No. 104 arrives at Starke 2:45 p.m. No regular pastor. Sunday school .
future, thereby making accumulations At the time Starke has atlOa.m.
present service with due regard to the welfareof
orthographer. Seaboard Limited Trains 9 and 10
: as an by patiently and steadily sticking to $30,500 outstanding bonds. The bondlimit all citizens and tax payers.
G. W. ALDERMANI Methodist
| Respectfully No. 9 Jacksonville du
to Tampa !
issue from the $75,000.1 I ,
one never deviating under the charter is
?i The senate is too damnably dignified Rev. B. T. Rape, pastor. Sunday <
one purpose and establishing a good Thus a bond issue of only $<<,500 is at Starke 12:51 pjn.
to hurry even in'wat ,
j 1 I FOR COUNTY TREASURER.I school at 9:45, a m. Morning ser
character besides, they begin, as it possible now. Whether it would be hereby announce myself a candidate for. No. 10, Tampa to Jacksonville, due o'clock ,
vice at 11 ;
; service
for office of
the democratic nomination the I Ii
he has been insulted. were at the top, with ideas that are advisable to these
Bless says attempt improvemeats I county treasurer of Bradford county Florida at Starke 6:10 p.m. 7:30 o'clock. Visitors cordially invited .
i ;
t We didst think it could be done. obtained by lack of proper training,! now with only -14,500 available subject to the action of the white democrat
t I T. J. GRIFFIN to attend.
; election. I solicit Agent
voters at the next primary ,
i and in the course of time find them or would be better to wait until the support of every voter of the county and

) i Bryan enjoys a conference with selves where they should have begun promise you faithful service if elected. ..
, the outstanding bonds are redeemed, - - -----

: t. John Lind because he has to do all years ago. I I and! then go to the limit in bonding I T. F. RIVERS. :, ", : ': .

h the talking. What a young man neglects before for sewerage and paved streets, is a' ;. 'I

..:. his thirtieth birthday, he can never)I t question which we are willing to leave'j I hereby FOR announce COUNTY that TREASURER.I am a eand'date _
about her -
A woman will brag redeem.It to the taxpayers for solution for nomination for the office of county treasurer -
home and I of Bradford county subject to the actionof
from nag
1"1! husband away is the early dollar saved that is --- the democratic voters at the next primary
him at home. election. I solicit the support of all the
the valuable one in later and
years BANKER AND FARMER. 'I I democratic electors in the county: and promise. l
the earlier one begins the sooner he if elected to discharge the duties of the office f
; Sense men live by politics alone and I Frederick E. Farnsworth New faithfully V 411u1
will have a financial standing.The .
many others would like to do the dollar judiciously invested at York, general secretary of the American -i i i| W. W. ROBERTS.

thing. Bankers' Association told the Dry
i same ;
the age of twenty, will have accumulated !.' FOR COUNTY TREASURERI
V at the age of sixty sixteen dollars Farming Congress at Tulsa, Okla. hereby announce myself for the office: of
When some of the paragraphers why the bankers are working with County Treasurer and solicit the votes of the
can't think of anything else they say, whereas1 the dollar invested in Democrat at the coming primary.)'. If electedI
i the farmers for the betterment of promise to faithfully discharge my duy. a
Wo "Swat the fly. like manner at the age of thirty will j J. 9!. BROWNLEE.
agriculture. He said in part: .
Lhave accumulated
at the age sixty
I "The country banker is interestedin .
Huerta forced the United Statesto only about eight dollars. FOa COUNTY TREASURERI
fanning because of his close rela- hereby anounee myself a candidate dor
recognize him, whether the United The most important thing obtained .
the office of County Treasurer 6f Bradford
tion to it, the city because of his relation -
States admits it or not. while meeting with financial successis County and respectfully sol.cit the support
to the country banks, and all of theoters of Bradford county and promiseif .57 I
an established record which is elected to faithfully' discharge the dutic of
If nobody loves a fat man, please worth far more than wealth. A bankers are interested in agriculture the office.
because they realize it is the country'smost i G. W. HAZEN 'J
the popularity of John Bunny j ;
explain young man with a record is soughtfor .

_' among movie patrons. everywhere. There is plenty of fundamental and important In- i
.. dustry. They know that the soil is i, FOR COUNTY TREASURERI
room at the top. The demand is hereby: announce myself a candidate for
Swatting the fly is discouraging the country's greatest bank, and that the office of County: Treasurer and solicit the -:
growing ever in these stringent times. support of the Democratic voters at the corning '--- f
work. If you kill one, a dozen will their own banks are, as one man has pr:mary.
'. These self made young men and ;
ame to his funeraL put it, simply warehouses where the J.VERNON JONES
.> young women are not as a rule amongour I!
! -- wealth that -cones from the productsof
so-called society people. Society FOR COUNTY TREASURERi
of Many men are religious enough not, the soil is stored in the form of
( and I I hereby announce myself as a candidate
W to work on Sunday-:or any other day encourages extravagance dissipa-{I money and credit "I j for County Treasurer of Eradford County toyoursavingsEver
tion, and that means ruin more or,, | subject to the action of the June primary ;
; if they can avoid it I I I "In working together in this agri- election and sol cit the votes of all Democratic
less later
sooner or morally, physically
electors. If
cultural movement the bankers and elected I will faithfully discharge I
headsd and the duties of the office.
talk over the financially. I
Many preachers
I the farmers have found the true nature -| O. B. GORDON.. ,,
their hearers but Billy Sunday: Little
of their personal and public re I
talks straight at their pocketbooks. OUR GIRLS. FOR COUNTY TREASURERI ..1
I I Only when they have
} lationships. hereby announce myself u'a candidate r* ,j
t .. There are just two things that will|i extended their mutual activities to for the ojf"of county treasurer of Bradford "

teach1 4 ;,,keep girls straight at the age when I II I national needs, of which their prospective -I I Democratic county,primary subject election to the in action June of, and the You can always spare."some-

i they begin to think of longer dresses I Irand I promise if elected to discharge the duties '
: work is but a part, will they thing" if you live just :ia little ,
except by experience ,never seem to beaux. One is clothes and I I of the office faithfully and to the best of my

.,. ... ]urn.
I we see making fools of themselvesI ,i co-operation. a "trifle" every day you will
has at least one senatorial FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI
J i I

attribute. He likes to antagonize the are They almost wear duds invariably that women over.of dressed.thirty A New York man says he taught! the'office,.of announce County myself Commissioner a* a candidate for District for in time, have a fortune and many

a administration if.he thinks his dignity school seven years and was a life- I No. Z (Lake Butler) before the Democratic provide mis I
should hesitate about wearing.A Primary in Jane. I believe in lower tax mil
ia.not fittingly recognized. insurance agent 25 years and never J lace and careful management and if elected
!J J 1 little girl- with, too many- and too r;found'it to lie. He is the will endeavor to have the county put on cash fortune. Bring a "littie bit" into -

Iff J To him that hath' shall;be given."t costly clothes on her back gets self- .second man necessary in the history of the basis and discharge. all my duties. J ..ANDREWSFOR faithfully.R. this bank every day-start

|.a' John Nicholas Brown, the "richest conscious and vain'and loves adniira- United States to make such a record J

boy in the world," has just been made I tion-and you grown-ups know the COUNTY COMMISSIONER now. ;,
for truthfulness. Washington '
j( next step. A simple pure-hearted I II I hereby annmaee myself as a ea&tf date forreelection
$ti, 00,000 richer by a legacy from was the first. to the office of County Commissioner
,f. 'KS grandmother. I girl who has a place in a home, home !I from District No. I and olieit the support Ii '
I I of all the Democratic electors in the 9 :
I work and home duties, has her heart!! r county.

n'! Charles S. Mellen says he would; there, and no boy can steal it Even.j the whole country was interested in S. T. DOWUSG. Bradford Bank

, .; rafter be leader of the federated railway | when maturity comes, and a real man( the Sayres-Wilson wedding, but theI County f:<
: -t employees than president of theY comes, and a real affair of her heart Me Adoo-Wilson nuptials will be different hereby announce mytelf as a, candidate for

All the world does not love a tIll office of County Cotcmisaioner:: to represent Established 1883 al
United States. This suits will such leave home
arrangement comes, a girl District No. 4. and respectfully solicit he
everybody else, so we are all satisfied. I and'then only after a heart rending, 'lover if he is too old, and McAdoo is votes of aU Democratic electors at the coming No T.Rkcb,Pro. W.T. Week, Vic-Pre J. R. Rkeh, Cattier ((1

4 a grandfather and old enough to be pr'nary election. If elected: I promise to
I But a girl who is at home only at the I faitI discharge- my duty. '
'}4: John land is suspected of talking. table and late bed time won't love that the bride-elect's father. i LACY J. trm>ERHILr..
'; ;i It is thought that 1: : said something I home. Work makes things sacred. ...

to. President Wilson his return I COUNTY COMMISSIONER 3
upon The child whose home memories are I candidacy for the
PARCEL POST FACILITIES.It hereby amnonee my
toon Mexico that caused the administration I not hallowed by work who is not office rf county commissioner Bradford FOR REPKESENTATTVK I COUNTS': COMMISSIONER
is District No. 2. and1promise I hereby anounee myself a I beebJaJ1IIOIDIea.: CU1tidata
gratifying to note that Post- county to represent myself as a
I ; to get busy on the Mexican needed, and does not feel the need, I to serve the people faithfully if to die base of Bfepmentativea for for the office of county commissioner
master-General Burleson since Congress Bradford County and solicit the support of the Diatrin;ah 4 Starfce soS
!' ;iM. .1 I will not love home. And if'she does elected. > in the earning ehctiea andfaithfully the ; ) ad resprettapy
.. ;,..z.- I I declined to hamper and restrict J. B. CREWS. |, Democratic the aupyort.of an *nDerttie electors at the i
t .;. ; I not love the home of her girlhood, |I proraise if elected discharge. June rrntfr election I promise a faithful
r his program for bettering our parcel ''duties eocumbent upon me. disehaj e $f my- duty if eIedeL
:\'tI .: .A"young bully In Missouri, who had, she will love no other. She will go I has ahead' COUNTY COMMISSIONERI :'. A. tt ASD&EWS.FOE. :. : w:A. BESSANL 1I X

t-" no respect for gray hair, tried to I anywhere for anything. Home will post system, gone steadily 'I hereby smitouaoe myself as candidate for r i -
f' I Iil i a vith his plans for making tie service the oKce of county commissioner: of Bradford REPRESENTATIVEI .
;' bulldoze an old man. Ever since the mean nothing, to such a woman and county from District No. 5. and respectfully CTUNTT '
I I really efficient and effective in bringing hereby ajoDunee my candidacy for the C01IMISSro -n.
of all Democratic
solicit the support I >
bully regained consciousness if she is she will from Bradford: hereby :afiBoonee myself
ywmg respectable, only etiee of Bepreuatative as a eaadidata-i f
voters. efcrted I shall do my fuR duty. for :
the producer and consumer closer the will of the ) Co1aU'1 J1? I831 county nmmiaioner of1.
Florida subject to
has had for '
ha profound respect gray lack 'the to be bad D. W. PINROLSTERCOUIIix '
opportunity a wo- lectors in the June primary, the Bradford J.unty from district: No. L sub-.
; lair.T I man, and is good only through cir together.The I whom I respectfully solicit, and I promise to j feet t& the I: aetio of the primary eleetioa ,
regulations, as amended, provide cost iSsiozwn,. be faithful to the trust repsaed" in mew > ia Joni. ant. respeetfullr Beitthe support
cumstances or by the necessity of an of Ua vmrs.i
elected. _
I hereby announce myself a candidate for F I be '
for the carrying of seeds; bulbs,[ JOE ILL WILLIAMS. I J C.J. HAKTT.HEMJJER .
? ere will be a widespread epidemic II ugly face. She will curse any man election to roe office of county eommissonerfrom .
cuttings, scions and plants, wol ghing' District No. :S Lawtey od Raifordt -.,: .T _,
.. 'cef stomachs now.
-wjai in the navy she marries. and solicit the support of alt Democratic ,
Under ;fhe late anti-booze order of The mothers of this town who are less than four ounces, at a flat rate electors of the comity.at the coning primary FOB REPRESENTATIVEI : or SCHOOL BOARD "'
mysalf candidate
hereby aeoounee as a r i > ,
of one cent for each ounce or fraction election. >r ammoe* myself a* a candidate -.
SecretaryDarnels> physicians are al- responsible for the girls who gad on J. E. J. WAINRIGHT fb- the office of representative from Bradford for- member of the board! of public inrtrse-,
I thereof, regardless of the distance.On CCJDtnbjeet to die daniaa of the t OII f/wn ditr
; t No. I. and rspeettullruppsrt ",
lowed to inscribe frog for weak the streets should stop and think Democratic[ ebetois! at the June primary and solicit the or
over tbe raters at the democratic jj
similar articles weighing four COUNTY! COMMISSIONER respectfully solicit the support .f the voters. :
stomachs. i what they are doing. These girls are I jmn-arr Section in Jute.L .
.. ounces the regular parcel post rates, At the soficitatio of my friends I am a If elected I aba represent Ifeadfard countyto W. ECKUTE2.NOTICE .
no longer children. They are at an candidate for the effice of county commissioner the best d.my ability
varying according to the differenti U. J. SAPP. 1
% from District No. 1. suBjeet to the
> Fires are against the law in'Europe.J impresionable age. Where_ will you
i I zones, are in effect action of the June primary election and if 11YII
| a nan's house catches fire -and it have their impressions come from- Another elected promise a conscientious discharge of FOR REPRESENTATIVE Of FINAL DISCHARGE
I noteworthy improvement
r : ipfeads to another man's house he I from the ,riff-raff of the streets, or amendment my duty. A. H. WILLIAMS. To the Democratic voter ef Bradford Not ee is hereby given to ail cuncerned the "
is the permitting the shipment county. Florida: tfiTe months after date hereof will
1| sent to prison as a criminal. Fires from home! It is for the mothers of of boots weighing in excess of I hereby announce myself a candidate for oar C-ial returns as executors we of the pmen est -t

an comparatively scarce in Europe, this town to settle the question. I COUNTY COMMISSIONER nomination to the office of tepccsentatne at :, .r EJiLIfttogston, late of Bradford eountr
eight ouncesby parcel'post. All I I hereby announce myself m a candidatefor the Democratic Primary to at held June 2nd. f1or.4, :cI,eeacd Bad apply to the
sod. houses are not horned for in- books coming under this weight the office of County Commissioner ef I rapectfhQy solicit the support of the Demo. Jude; of |9radTord County Florida. for
THE TORRENS LAW AGAIN. are Bradford county from District Ko. 5, subjectto crane; voter at this primary, and pledge final! SsihWje., +odltd
.i,$ t subject to the regular postage hitherto the action of the Democratic vri'niry honest; faithful sernts tf ebeeeo.TSC3IAN : --f --- We have a letter from a reader who election ire June and repeetfHIy solicit Me G. FLITCH ; .: K. J. LIVINGSTON.
1 considering BillySunday's betrays a serious misunderstanding of charged on books. support of aU Democratic electors Ex cat$ .f the' Estate of E. J.I Li '
After carefully r eawd. '
The provisions permitting the ship- A. B. SURRENCT.
assertion that he could depopulate the Torrens System of RegisteringLand FOR REPRESENTATIVE; : i: | i April ,
1. s ment of seeds and plants comes a Friends announce F. P. Shaffer for BOOM
y' hell if he went there we Titles, and it is possible that I little late to be of much value ta the !EMBER; SCHOOL BOARD of RegcesentatiYek and Mtpectfolly solicit the J { r "OJ

it sounds reasonable, for others share his miseonspeetions. It I hereto announce myself as a candidate for support of the v.an ia the June pnmaqp. j 'I
admit farmers this season, but it goes with- member fIf Board of Public Instruction from IN \ tItiori
? there are some things, we suppose, ought to be known that it is not proposed District No. 3. subject to fie action of the cjfrtnr COURT 8TH JUDWLALCUIT
r\ out saying that it will' be a great n': noRm.BRADf'ORD COO1> ;
coming primary and solicit; the support ef an SUPERVISOR OP REGISTRATION
inhabitants make the
its to system B1LU
': hell and anywhere tJR FORECLOSURE OF MORTGACO. Ilto
that even Democratic electors. I
advantage in the future. The only announce myself as a candidate itlsomM ;
'. s-nnldn't stand. I compulsory. Those who prefer to go wonder is that such an important CHESLET FOGG. Bradford for the office of supervisor of registrat'on for Smifa'h1* wit. vs. L. C. Smith awl
county and
along without having a safe and solicit the J NOTICE TO APPEAR l'd 1
support of alt Democratic
feature of the law was omitted in electors at the June
sold title to their I MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD primary eleettoa. t The State of Florida 118
Hr. George B Stallings has government-guaranteed the beginning-Progressive Farmer. I will>> to announce my. candidacy member C. A. To.L: F. Smith and Lilla Sm", U ..tSpi

.. teg interest in the Bradford County hind and who prefer to pay a lawyera of Board of Public Instruction before the com FUTCH. It hiviasr been. shown by affidavit thatefn4n'a ,
"" L, C Smith and Lilla SBT ( .
ing Democratic primary election from District *
Butler top fee to investigate the title racre
at Lake big every wife
are on-midenta of
: Tunespublished of the State
t No. 2. and solicit the votes ef all Democratic SUPERVISOR OF .11
Publishing Company. Mr.Tdffliam time they want to get a loan-such Telegraph $1.50 per year. electors. I hereby announce REGISTRATION and that the residence of said Defem. lat
Times : myself
the a* a ean-lidate Std
I of
County Barboor.
N. H. STOKES. T'8 .
Johnson, assistant cashier of people may go as at present. Those for for too office of supervisor of registration Alatuar. and that said Defendants a* 34
State of Ohio, city of t_ Hradford eountlubject; to the decision: of the ate tf .
'" is this Toledo twcsty.ae yeah f.W EI
Dealers Bank who do cot like policy geta the '
Ox Tanners and may Lucas Couatr. ( FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARDI Democratic primary election in Jane, and It, is therefore rdrrtd.. considered JKlodstd

h of the new company. Mr. Torrens deed if they wish. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that be Is wish to announce that l' a..n a candidate of respectfully the: solicit the support of the voters tat tee ca'd Defendants '.- '.
wager senior partner of the firm of }. J. Cheney for member of the loaM of public instruction county. and Lflla wife do appar !" i/II/
StaBings launched the Times about Moreover, the same principles of A Co. doing business la. the City of Toledo I for District No. & and I respectfully eol-eit C A. FIGHT Co ""l'laiuJlt'l! Bill of Complaint II Wi

months ago, and has steered law which secure a land owner in possession County and State aforesaid and I I the support of the voters at the coming elec or More the !%Del day of May A. 111 erE
fourteen that said firm will pay the sum of ONE tion. June 2. and promise if elected a faithful |n mt whereof a decree eoate '
hand. Mr.I of his land at the time HUNDRED DOLLARS for SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION pro ,J
present each
steady and
die craft with a every discharge: of my duty., t I hereby emend against the said L. C. Saab

flblfings is'an able newspaper man will hold good in getting a Torrens,i by the case use of of Catarrh HALL'S that CATARRH crnnot be CURD cared I II J. E. DOUGLASS, for supervisor announce of restration myself of Bradford as a candidate county Lil It U.::.Sdth si'urther, his wife 'k ki". do.. :
; ordered that this:
booster of Bradford deed-the same' principles with respect FRANK J. CHENET.I and respectfully solicit; the support of the pu Mi hto> ta "--II
the Bradford
-! and an untiring I Sworn to before me and subscribed !amy FOR TAX democratic electors at the coming primaryH. County 1 ;:;j ja
will be distinctly to undisputed possession for a presence, this tth of ASSESSORTo elfction. ne.itdxr published at Surke ia 'A.
'{ eeonty and his loss i I A. D. 1386. day December_ the citizens of Bradford CountJ'-1 announce C. PEEPLES. et>ull f1orida. once each week for 6"!.t !

SdL; The present management of the sufficient number of years, etc., etc.; (Seal) A. W. GLEASON. myself a ear dictate for the office of srcriiye'weeks. tel tfjss'dWart

best wishes of theThsfgnph There is absolutely no danger' to the I'I Votary Public. Assessor of Taxes. Assuring you of DIJ'"el'J' ice; wctess wtereof. I bare heretubtang
has areeatWsjgie .
lines: Pairs Catarrh Gore Is taken gnat appreciation for the loyal support and COUNTY COMMISSIONER affixed the teal of ocr yxa
internallyI I "
.in carrying out its anal land owner in this respect and no interference I and acts directly Capon the blood' and mucous confidence: so cheerfully given me in the put; I hereby announce that; I am a candidate : ; ZJnd day of April A. ". j y for
surfaces of the system. Send for and pledging myself to a continuance of faith-! for county commissioner from district NoTlL J W. T. Weeks CJerk. D-
the whatever with his
p policy of working for rights testimonials free. ft rerrces. if re-elected. I respectfully solicit I I earnestly solicit the support of the ,\. Z. J. 1t1ns. By B. A. WeeteJ )nnafDreai
voters {
t of Lake Butler and Bradford in any Torrens system procecbre.j .-!1 I F. 3. CHENEY ft CO. 'Toledo 0. I your votEs in the primary election to be held of the county at the coming primary election. (.omJJ/.iD&Dt; So Ctor ".r"--1

? ; j The Progressive Farmer I t Bold by aU Dn1aI .. TSc.Tak ., .. Jane 2, 1314.Very June 2. and I pledge myself to a faithful
'--- I *BUT Tawny Wls tor canjOvMtaa, I respectfully. discharge of the duties of the otee if eketeat
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American fence. If quality and not 1on't'wait..for rain. Use our garden I 1 I .

quantity,counts, you will buy American ,, **. QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUP. .. : I j. ,

fence., Law prices.. DeWitt C, PLY CO.Now ..
'Local' Jones." ; .4 .' -, I 1 =
Bits,0 ,..' '" \ : i- '
that spring time has come, let: 1 .- :.
Mr. R. O. Daniel represented '
May us clean up our yards and surroundings ,
Lodge No. 10 at the L O. O. F. ; ".
convention l '
much :
adding to
InformationOff our Person- LOST : .
in .
Lakeland Tuesday Wednesday ,
al comfort and hygienic safety and at ..
and Thursday this week and the t. .
same helping to beautify our ',. 'i
rea J II Off ........ ... reports an enthusiastic ?
gathering and .
.. .. '" r.... village. Naturally we are admirably '1 .
expresses a high opinion of Lakeland's l,
located but there is
always room for j i y .
improvement, A nicely kept lawn,i ;

Neckwear-The very finest assort- tastily arranged shrubbery, a little .

aces at 'Leviton's.. Frank O'Connor one of Florida'soldest ment seen in Starke. Silk, Velvets paint brings happy results and aside [ Scotch' Collie' I i \
spectacle men, will be at the Dog long
from the effort
Washable. Some beauties. See on our part, costs .
visitor to our
4r. H. C. Waters
was a
Redding House in Lawtey until May .1
window.: little but speaks volumes for
Hull's Department Store. our
jcksonville Wednesday. 1. Prices reasonable for first-class thrift enhances the value of property I i, brown hair with white

!r. H. E. Lagergren was in Lawtey work. .. f The unsightly old shed at the rear and creates a desire for dwellers ',* Uh : .

| business Monday. Orders have gone to a dozen placesto of the Dover block is being removed of thrift to come and abide with us. front collar feet and tail
this week to the gratification of all ,

hoes at Leviton's.r. rush on more goods-Dry goods, I. beholders and it is understood that Woolseys famous paints. No bet- I
Shoes Crockery, etc., to open up after ter made. Finder call this I
its will QUIGLEY LUMBER at officeI
and Mrs. 0. W. Alvarez spent May 1st at our new location. Jay S. place be later occupied by a SUPPLY & : .
modern store room that will front CO.
Beach. on
day at Pablo I Brown. I .
Thompson streetEverything Reward. '
You may be able to get a large city : "
lB. H. R. Sapp, of Lawtey, was a Mr. and Mrs.: M. Leviton and I
in field and garden seed weekly, filled with murders, scandal
Jtor to Starke Tuesday. I daughter, Rosa went to Ocala in .
Florida peanuts chufas, velvet beans cases, chicken fights; etc., for less '"

Jr. GlOver Sweat was in Jacksonon their motor-car Sunday and Mrs. peas. Garden seed in bulk and i u money than you pay for your local .
Leviton and Rosa remained for ,' I
business Monday. a small packages. Hull's DepartmentStore. paper but these city weeklies never .'."" j-- ?
visit with relatives. ,
Leviton's. Mch.'6-tf advertise your county and make your I ;
plotting at
Screen Doors hung just phone me. property valuable. They do not help ,

;rs. R. R. Thede,of Lawtey, was a Jones', Hardware. The woman who keeps the simplicity along your schools and churches, they 4!

Itor to Starke Saturday. I of her girlhood its generous impulses do not publish your county news, they

I I Mrs. A. F. Philips of Gainesville, i and quick sympathies and whoadds say nothing of you and your town,,

Jrs. A. M. Philips, of Port Tampa visited relatives here from Tuesday to her natural gifts the enlargement and have no interest in you. A'good :;

isiting relatives in Starke. !I(, till Monday. She was joined Satur I of study and the crown of experience is ......................
I I I is newspaper as much advantage to ...............................
always at her best and
day by her husband, who accompanied a town
or country
Jiss Colson visited relatives in as are good schools.
nesville early in the week.or i 1 I her home Monday.I never past it.SULFOCIDE. If one of our farmer friends should I it : .

I Arthur Harris, accompanied by actually kills RED happen into one of these city offices i : Progressive Business firms In Starke i ; '

dry goods., Leviton.r. hi; 'mother and two sisters, Mrs. W. SPIDER and THRIPS without injury he would find out in two minutes that

\ H. F. Bulmer, now' of' Miami C. Harris and Misses Lucy and Lilla to fruit or plants.' One fiftv he had no welcome there, such as he '

( ited friends in Starke Sunday. [ Harris, motored to Starke -from cent bottle is sufficient for one acre. would receive in a printing office at Readers of the Telegraph will find it to?! their '

r I I Gainesville Saturday. I I Apr 17-2t R. S. Fernandez. home. Stand by your home paper advantage to trade with the firms represented
Ir. T. M. Hagan, of Hampton it stands
by and is
i I you, ever on that e
: psacted business in Starke Mon- BOSS OVENS-See your cake bake.: :! Company "E" held an election lookout for your interest. in this directory. .

Jones' Hardware. *the, armory Monday evening and 0. -
I W. Alvarez was chosen second lieutenant F.;se a sleeping porch this summe ..........................N -
pt. F. G. Schell of Lake Butter, The martial spirit of their fathers Let .
.... ; of the company. The boys are in U3 quote you. QUIGLEVthe ........................... .MMMMMMMMfJ
in this .
school business ...
city on and forefathers is still alive in the j a state of expectancy now on accountof QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLYCO. +. ; -. #i it

day boys of Bradford county today and: < the Mexican'crisis and the pos REAL ESTATE. FURNITl1RF4., 1FURNITURE '
.> ocade silk at Leviton's.J. I .
they are willing to offer Uncle Sam of their ,
sibility being ordered into FOR SALE ......................... I. i
C. Darby of Jacksonville their services whenever necessary.Mr. readiness for service. Wringer Gasoline- Washing Range Machine Screen .................., ........ :;..

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e guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. George S. Harshberger of Shoes, Clothing-A good line to Doors, Furniture. Call afternoonP. < t ,, -i

and this week. Kansas City Mo., who is visiting select from. Fine line of Men's v hats W. Belding, white house, beyond .. COMER L. PEEK. ; .,

broideries at Leviton's.S. relatives in' Starke gave us valuable seasonable. Just arrived. Come in Wm. Sapp's, on Sanderson' road. Florida Real Estate, Land and .* 0 ..

assistance this week in the mechani- and see them. Apr-24-lt 3 and almost anything else you .

s. J. Sternberg and Mrs. M. E. department of the Telegraph plant i Hull's Department Store. Timber Expert. might want .

per have returned home from theirto MASTER'S SALE. e .

Fort Myers. I j.r. j. Mrs.'F. A. Scott and children visited Mrs. N. C. Wainrigbt, of the Water- virtue Notice of is that hereby certain given final, that decree under of and foreclosure by- 33 years Experience at Starke. e HULL'S DEPARTMENT '. e .j

Mrs. Scott's parents, Mr. and Mrs.R. oak section, is confined to her bed by the made and rendered November 18, 1911 f. 'STORE. .
Judge of
and Mrs. Harry Miner, of Jack-1 R. Wynn, at Hampton Saturdayand Circuit Court of the y -
Eighth Judicial
by injuries she received while on the Circuit of Florida, in and 8. ,
ille, arrived here Thursday for a Sunday. Mr. Scott and Mr. and II road to Raiford last Saturday. She for favor Bradford of Bank County of Lake, In Butler Chancery Sitting, in .......................... I
a corporation
with relatives. i I i ]Mrs. J. T.: Quigley joined them on was violently thrown from the vehiclein organized the State of and Florida existing, complainant under the and laws against of 4 BUILDERS'. SUPPLIES .. ....................,.......

ss towel bars at 40c and 50c at Sunday. which she was riding and had two G. W. \hhitemore. Emily E. Poston, R. R. t / *
BEE & ribs broken and her face painfully Poston and The Peoples Bank of Daytona a .......................... DRY GOODS. .
SUPPLY CO. I I BOSS OIL STOVES -Saves oil.Jones' corporation, defendants, the undersigned will '
bruised. offer for sale before the Court House Door at - ..NNNNN. .
Hardware. N.
atholic services at the residence,i StarLe Bradford County, Flor da. during the f1 f .
[)Ir. and Mrs. R. Upon arrival of car of American I legal hours of sale on Monday May 4, 1914. Quigley Lumber & Co. A
.J, J.. Davis Wednes- The Illinois supreme court has my to the highest and best bidder for cash the : Supply

.y, April 29, at 7:30 am.dirs. ruled that conclusions of bloodhounds fence I will sell at prices so low thatyou following described personal property, in $ .
,. Bradford County. State of Florida. <>
I l( Dealer In o .,
are too unreliable to be accepted as will' buy a year's supply ahead l 1.. One brown mule named Brownie( age J. MORGAN '
J. N. Jones and Mrs. Brush 4 .
Interlachen ,. evidences of civil criminal cases. of time. See prices on another .pageJones' 2.years.One brown mulenamed Bill age 4 $ Builders Supplies, Paints, Oils, Headquarters Ladies Ready-to-Wear1 for'I O ;
are guests of Mrs.'The Nebraska court holds Hardware. yean or u he U further known one mouse $ Varnishes, Concrete, .1 4 Goods, *- '. i:
Goods ,
to Dry
supreme \
a Richard this week. 'I I Ilev. colored mule about five years old named Bill. 9 Plumbing. ', Notions, Etc \
.t the same view. Through the good offices of Hon. D.' E. Knight. Special Master in ,
""...e. .J .
E. C. Bostick of Alachua willtgch g1Jce I Chancery._ $ :....... ,
{ Estimates Cheerfully Furnished. .
Water coolers and ice cream freez Frank Clark, congressman from { I Hill Williams; Solicitor for Complainant. I '. .
morning and evening at t1tmst : district and candidate for re-election I'... . _ _._ .
& & & & & & & & ... 11'.
church next Sunday.) ers, Jones' Hardware. NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE. ....... ........4....... ,
I we have received a copy of a large Notice is hereby given that under and by ..-. : .
dresses at i Bad roads cost the American people wall map of,the.United States' (1914 virtue of a certain decree of sale and fore- MMMMMMMMMMMMMNOTIONS. DENTISTS' '
Stump's. I closure made and entered by the District Courtof I', ,,
milions of
dollars ; 1
\ annually. The edition) issued the-United States -
by the
6. J. Phillips, of Enterprise average cost of carting one ton over land office, and this favor is one more of of United Florida. ,States in Chancery for the, on Southern the first District day ... ,." .. ........................." .

Aprils D. '
1914 recorded -
If.1]an .appreciative caller at the one mile of American road is 24 cents, reason for our wishing him returnedto of..the,Equltr journal of said Court at.page in.79* NNKI .................... .'.:..; !

|!Wraph office Saturday r as against 12 cents and less per ton Washingtofl. 'certain cause wherein Board of Trustee of I, ..ttm I
Oberlin ,
I College a corporation organized and .
( 4t .
mile in Europe. exiting under the laws of the State of Ohio, J DR. U. G.: TURNER fc. 'I .
us screen you. QUIGLEY Furnishings-That is.. one line that : and the Michigan Trust Company t eoropr Why is it that when yon are 1
ER & SUPPLY 'CO. I Mrs. ,George Arnsperger, and,, tion organized and existing under the lawsof ., in need of Notions Ladies 1 .$ I
son we can truly that -
;1 J say we not only the State of Michigan, as Receiver of the Goofs J I DENTIST I 5., ,4>. .
and Fritz, of Cincinnati, Ohio are the have the goods the style; the selection estate of R. G. Peters are Complainants and Ready-to-Wear Shoes t' f"I,I
J. W. York, who have John M. a Novelties Etc .
Wolfenden and Herbert K. Wolfen you generally Edwards
[h*here for several weeks, left for guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M..Alvarez. but we have the right goods at den, idividually and u eo.partners doing business go to J BniUiug: """' .. 4 ; '.
Mrs. Arnsperger who is a well known the right price.' Hull's DepartmentStore. under the firm name and style of Wolfen. STUMPS .. ,': .
Wednesday.. dan A Co., Atlantic Lumber Co, a Upstairs over Post OlSee I '
,l'Carolina I I traveling man in the South will join ton organized and existing under the torpora-laws There's A Reason." *: ,. \
Jones who has ,been them in a few days. I of the State of Florida and Empire Lumber ... I
Let Company, .a corporation organised and existing -I Ii
relatives here for two weeks, every mother demand of under the lava of the State of Florida, "' .. .i
I SUMMER Have house the who asks her and H. B. Lamb and I. F. Lamb I I
man her huibini
retted to Arcadia Thursday.bland your young daugh- : '
: lis screened.', Jones' are Defendants,, L the undersigned, as a +++++++++++ +++++... FOR SALE-Singer i {
Hardware.J ter's hand sewing
in marriage the same pur- Special Master of laid Court,In Chancery + machines i :
Mrs. W. J! Griffin of Jack- ity of character which he demands of will. on Monday, the first day of June, A. D., +' CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING new ,or second-hand cheap,, D.. W. ; i "'
oinSe visited Mr. '! Miss Kathleen Alvarez entertained 1914 between the hours of eleven o'clock Manning :...
and Mrs. 0. J. +
the young lady and a great many men A. M. and two o'clock P. M., before the door Starke Apr 3-5t ,_:,
I Grifl\of this city Saturday and SunK | a: number of her young friends I'I who are now fortunate enough to of the Court House of Bradford County, in ++ + ++ + +++++++++++44 ;
.,. i with a theater rtarHr At Hnnqnn'lITheater. pro- the City. of Starke state of Florida, sell at i
cure cure noble, young women as nnhli* iltmn.' tn hilrht'llt and- beAt \lAA0r.' tar Croppers tl/anted-l want rentflM A. ) j
I 1 K Saturday cash, all, and singular the p---- ------- ftP-- FOR SALE-One:
and after the I wives following described new Perfection
performance I would be qii'I
I1 f Net spring goods at.Leviton's. took them to Michell's compelled to go thru property in said decree mentioned, or *o much share croppers on my 80.acre farm, Stove and '..':;'.. ;
Drug'Store. ]life in thereof one small gasoline
dismal bachelorhood. u shall be sufficient to satisfy said stove. .. '
11;Ib fecob Lippman, who has been ,for refreshments. decree, to-wit: the following described: property located 2 miles north of Starke. J. T. Quigley. 3-13.tf, .'' \' .
I Become acquainted' with Brown'snew sujecto an obligation under pain of Will divide same in lots to suit. .,.J
llwjini trawberries at this point for forfeiture to remove the timber hereinafter L '
1yesday. I American wire fencing 24,' 34, 46, i location after May 1st The store described from the lands! on which it Is C. S. Durling'Starke,. Fla. Apr 3tf ;
I \weeks(, left for New < -
18 inches Hull's Department Store. situate, on or before September 1, 1915, as f + +
i that saves you dollars. One price to provided in a'certain instrument of writing I ff + f4.t + f4 + ff, ; ', 'J. ;
all. from Atlantic Lumber Company to J. M. ./ .
The American Steel Wolfenden and Herbert FOR SALE-For cash or eslsy payments + .
; & Wire Co. will K. Wolfenden; copartners +
8Jip s i of all kinds at Stump's. I The Ladies' School and Civic Club as Wolfenden A: Company dated the sa FOR SAtE AT '''
give a metal post demonstration and -room house and two lots REDUCED f .:; ;
15th day of February, A. D.. 1911, and '
recorded '
Mr will meet at the school house' next in the Public in Starke, Fla. T. D. Proctor 533 PRICES .
H. Wainright, of Jackson-:: !banquet here Tuesday May 5. Many Records of Bradford : ,". f
Wednesday afternoon at three County, .Florida. February 21, 1911 in Miscellaneous J Cne Waltham .
I o'clock. Riverside Ave. 16 size f
invitations have Jacksonville Fla. 15
his parents, Mr/and Mrs. been issued to farm I Record Book 3, page 229. ruby ,
p ght, of the Wateroak sec-I throughout the county and a Large i This will be the last meeting this ."All. the cypress and hardwood timber Aprill0-4t f jewels 14k'case, used a short f "
standing lying and being the +
and all on following time .
spring members 1800.
8 attendance is are expected One 'I Elgin, 18,, .
ay. expected. pieces parcels or tracts of land situate in ) ,
to be"present. the Counties of Bradford and Alaehua, in the +, size 19 ruby Jewels, in gold' f .
Mess O High State of Florida .more particularly describedas FOR SALE OR RENT-Six-room + ; >
/ B.. Sweat and Johnught quality and low prices. The i follows: settings, gold wheels, steel fes- .
tephe the J. J. Johns livery,t best. in harware. DeWitt C.' Jones. By wainscoting your rooms with East half of Southwest quarter Northwest house, with shade and fruit trees. + cape wheel, fully I adjusted: f ,

e! and led! stable Monday and took .. I I. Wallboard, and finishing the walls in quarter quarter of of Southwest Northwest quarter quarter and of Southwest Section Ground for garden, good water. f $21.00. Two South Bend '17 f s
Early to bed and early to rise; mind,'Plastico, a beautiful and artistic Cheap. Apply to W E. + .
Twenty-four (24) 'North
a [possession. : half of Northeast .* Davis jewel, 16 size finely timed in.f .r .
your own business and tell no lies effect I can be obtained. Quigley ouarter, South half of Southeast quarter and Starke Fla. + ., 1 lf
Apr' 3-tf
West half of Section 20-year cases, bosses I
|New giis of all kinds at Stump's. don't get drunk and deceive your 'Lumber & Supply Co. east quarter, and Southeast Twenty-five quarter(25)of; South. + Diamonds $15.00..4

wives pay your debts-and I west quarter of Section Twenty-six (26; reset, Opals: re; + 'r '.
Mr. [ley Fogg candidate for buy from of advertise The lawn fete and musicale held at Southeast: Quarter.of and East half of Northeast "OR SALE CHEAP-One second + polished and bad "lucks" takln ,4' "

ber I the board of public in- I, best counsel men under enterprise the skies., is the the Commercial Hotel last Friday North quarter half Southwest Section quarter Thirty-three, North half(33)of; hand 4horse power gasoline engine + oft of them. One fine blue-. f '_ I

on district I for the of'th'e Southeast quarter and Southwest quarter of in first-class + white diamond i 90-100 ,
. om No. 3, was a evening benefit high Southeast quarter of Section Thirty-four (34) ; condifii n. Quigley caret t
r to rke Friday. Strawberry crates cups and nails. school piano fund was largely at- North half. East half of Southeast quarter. Lumber & Supply Co. + deep and finely cut, 18500.( t '

h Prices the lowest Hul's Department tended and liberally patronized, the Southwest Southeast quarter quarter of of Southeast Southwest quarter quarter, and of + A few new 16 size gold fill 4

card flam Mr. A. C. Brooks in- Store. Mch. 6tf J proceeds amounting to $21.45. The Section Thirty-five (35) ; North half of Southwest + watches, accurate time keel- .
us t he is now located at [ quarter and Southwest quarter of Southwest WANT-purchasers or renters for + rs. ,.
n I musical programme was rendered bare y quarter of Section Thirty-six (36) ; in i some good farms on liberal terms. e +
dM Sprligs, where is is engaged: In some cities and towns they the pupils of Miss Mamie Marvick and Township East Six (6) South Range Nineteen (19) i D. -KNIGHT.. Starke. 12-25 tf. + CALL ,AT MINER'S + '
e'prae : '
of his .
ce profession. having "newcomers' day" to welcome '[ it is due them to say that their per South half of Lot Nine (9). and North half '- .'. .
new residents and at' of Lot Ten (10), and North half of South ffftffff ? } j
, es aid them feel formance creditable them + ffff +
ginghams at Leviton's. was very to halt of Lot Eleven (11) of Section Thirty + +
)r. home. The idea is a good one. The I and very pleasing to an appreciative (10). in Township Six .(6) South. Range t .
Twenty (20) East r '
*'i A. Cunningham of city which treats its -- ,
Stuirt newcomers hospitably audience.
Together with all and singular the tenements .
'th\g\ Mr! and Mrs. L. W. Kick' will not lack for newcomers.Mr. I berediments and appurtenances thereunto 4ffffffffttf., + <. +'+ + : .';; .
the thi' week. A party of ladies belonging or ill anywise appertaining, GALVANIZED WELL-CURBING + + r i
\ Mrs. Cunningham young chaperoned I and all the estate. right, title interest and ,
p n ,ere for twp or three Richardson EXPERT sheet by Miss Notre Johnson teacher of all claim and demand whatsoever, u well in is inexpensive and keeps the water + REMOVAL NOTICE f:' !
f wee \ ; law as in. equity of the said Mortgagors i it clean and '
healthful. '
I kind metal worker. Headquarters Jones' English in the Starke High School, .1 I and to the same and every part And parcel to handle. Warranted Light and.easy f On and after May 1st you "4
of embroidery at Hardware. tterrof, with the appurtenances. to give satis + will find .
went from here to Gainesville Saturday faction. Call us at Our, new local +
i Miles W. Lewis, Special Master in,Chancery or write, : ..
automobile party composed of I to witness the production of r I I Apr.-24-6U QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. f tion in the Kickliter's. oft .

1C. A. Marks and son, Charles Jesse Morgan and John Baker both Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's t stand next door to Mrs.,Clara} f : i = t

c0a |nd Misses Ruth Wainright and, colored were arranged before Judge Dream" on the University campus. The Comedian' Unhappy Utr f Richard. Our stock will ,bej, "t. 1

4 01 Edwards l Gardiner this week upon the charge The of ". f increased and it will 'I'Y'. "
visited Gainesville i party was .composed Misses "Don't you. she asked the ome pay all i

r y for the purpose of of'stealing a pedigreed hound valued Jeannette Matthews Emma Darby' 'dlai, often find it Irksome to mats f to take a look-After May 1st': ff L ;
seeing at $50 from I I i
James +
formance of "A Midsummer Hornsby. Morgan| Thelma Griffin,' Mae Frippe; Mabel ,people laugh?" 't + ': j. '

aN!, '; Dream" at the State UoiI was found guilty and fined $100 and Colley and Edith Warren. They were ."Yesw"! he sadly,replied. "Frequently To Cure a Cold In One Day JAY. BROWN'S -.J f < ; j

costs or three months in the chain guests at the White House 'while in it Is so Irksome that 1 don do It.- Tale LAXATIVE BKOMO Quinine. It Mope the + One Pri Cash. Store: +' ''i ; 4 *
gang and Blake was dismissed. I Gainesville. Cbfrnjirt cinl-IIrralcL. Cough and Headache and work off the Cold. + ::J a .. :,
Druggist refund .
money if it falls to core. 'r't'? ,
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.1 +* .+* +.+ .+ + + +.+ + + + + the pump groaned and strained and ORDER Of PUBLICATION I
+*. 4 finally snapped,the pump rod in two IB tkc Circuit Crart. 8th J.didU Omit", H.
Bradford Coaaty, Florida
+':SOME NATURAL WONDERS He then pulled the casing of the well
Bradford County Bank a Corporation.ys I

:t +t. 4 and discovered the plunger of the General- Insurance
+ + + + + + + + + + + puiLp so implacably imbedded in sand W. J. Hillman Company, a corporation, ct al

7 that it seemed impossible to releaseit. Bill U BAOTO Chad and Quiet Title
section of Alachua coun
i.L The great He then drove, the casing down To All Whom It May Concern Greeting: !r: idJrue Con,
1: ty known as the West End possesses It appearing by the sworn bill of complaintin
seven 'feet, deeper and now has as ol Ji4sellvifle,Ala.,says:
i some natural features which will the above entitled cause that there are per. .. 4' I represent none bat ,FmST. LASS ,
he had before the sinkoccurred. Fcnnearlyayeafred'with I auf.
good water as
'd prove of interest to the general readIer wu interested in the property described in companies and will be constantly on the back- '
One wonders what relation the said .bill of complaint and involved in ; terrible
iki: ,, In no county of the State are ,' existed between the sink and the thu sujt other than the known defendants,, alert to promote your interests. I Gnu kh&'p ins in my limbs,

,: the geological features more varied well and that the names and residences of such antee courteous treatment to all,patrons. wid$y head ached nearly,

and of greater interest to the student persons are unknown! to the complaint, and Our family
iiilth time
f )
A well first-clMl
'of,the earth's formation than is Ala Natural Wells. that in the said bill relief II prayed against written policy by a doctor treated me, but

.' S ; s chua as a whole. In the West End,, ((There is probably no more curious I such unknown persons: agent in a first-class company sometimes me temporary
fenly gave
Therefore it is ordered that all parties
;- ; :. however, there are some peculiar fea natural phenomenon in any part oi: claiming an interest in the property hereinafter SMOKE UP. uleans muoh in case of loss by fire fIief. I was certainly in

tures which are not common else the country, not even in the world- descr.bed: or any part thereof, under It always makes a man feel betterto Lads health. My schoolaac&radvisedmeto

; where. A little ,space just at this famous' Yellowstone Park, than the G. W. Robonson deceased late of Alachua smoke up with the right brand of H. C. RICHARD Starke Fla. (

; point will be devoted to these, trusting' natural wells which are to be found County. Florida. or under Fred M. Lewis or cigars and that man usually comes i

:- 'that the reader will be more than not infrequently in the West End sec otherwise and all parties claiming an interest back for more after smoking his first : TAKE
: in the hereinafter described or
repaid and that an increased interest tion. If one visits the phosphate "A. P. H."
-: any part thereof lying and being in the
. :.. in the matter may be awakened. Plines he will see columns of sand County of Bradford. State of Florida, to-wit: No Need to Grow Fat -

'\ 't I Santa Fe Natural Bridge. ..i standing: here and there: on the bed NVi. except 15 acres on East aide of S. In order to make the most of your- COFFINS: CASKETSI'-I tardui

There is certainly nothing more of the worked-out mine. The miners A. L. Ry in NE%. of Section 1 : N%. exceptE self, smoke A. P. H. and you will feel And a Full

.; strikingly interesting in the whole call them "horses," a word which, iiminer's of :NEU of NW% and W& of NW% of at rights with your business and at I Undertakers' SuppliesAlways
." of nature }'E!14, of Sc>tum2: N% of NW', and NWV4 world in general. We ,
State than this phenomenon parlance indicates any considerable rights with the
: of Section 12 N% of Lot 12. and
of NE',4 ;
on hand. The best service TonIc
t for moment a whole make them that is how we know. ThaWoman's
' i 1 Just imagine a ,body of foreign substance all of Lots 22. 23, 24. 27,,30 31. 32. 33, 35. ,

4 S river coming up suddenly to what I appearing in the ore lode. By what 36 37. 38 of Section 14; Lot 34 of Section 15 STARKE CIGAR CO., attention at the to lowest prices.Orders.Special Hook two bottles, In all, '

i: r icems to be a great dam, and yet process of nature these columns of all( in Township 5 South Range 22 Ea. t, do Starke., Fla. Telofrraph-1-- S ind cured. I shall
before was
the I to said bill of complaint on or
: the water never wells up over send are built up or developed no one I the appear 6th day of Aprjl. 1914. the same beinga Registered Embalmer i klw4's praise Candid to

barrier to its swiftly flowing course seems to know, but it is easy to see rule day of this Court: and that this orderbe NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE ick' and suffering wo-
week for 12 consecutive
published once a ,
except in times of floods. how, after one is formed in a bed of weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph, a Notice is hereby given to all concerned !' If suffer from
six months afle.- date hereof I will presentmy I lCles: you
: :.4 I That the water finds an outlet some limestone extending from the surfaceof said weekly Bradford newspaper County of general Florida. circulation in final ,returns as administrator of the estate DeWlTT, C. JONESSuccessorto paina peculiar to weak

where is most obvious, and a little the earth to the fresh water level,, WITNESS the Honorable J. T. Wills, of Sallie S.. Chtsser. late apply of Bradford to the G. C. Livingston & Co. I such as headache -
: and also county Florida deceased and women,
said Circuit Court. my
of the
: search meals: its debauchment at usually from 30 to 50 feet, that it off Judge cia signature as well as the seal of this County Judge of Bradford County. Florida Starke. Fla. S backache, or other

1 the lower erd of the bridge where it would be an easy matter to wash the Court. this the 31st day of December 1913. at for my final discharge J. D. BAXTER. symptoms of womanly

gushes forth.from under the bank likea sand down into some underground Starke Florida. x W. T. WEEKS Administrator of the Estate of Sallie S. Double, or if you merelynecatoncforthat

mighty spring. At the upper end stream and carry it away till, in the By Clerk R. A.Circuit Weeks.Court D. C. Chesser. deceased. Jan. 2- m. tired,

of the bridge where the water seeps erd, the whole body would be goneaid A. V. LONG AND J. E. FUTCH eervous, ,worn-out feelLig -

;' its subterranean passage there is no nothing left but a hole faced up 1-9-131 Solicitors for Complainant I For Weakness and Loss of Appetite try Cardui. Et 45

S maelstrom nor even a whirlpool. by the surrounding rock wall, thus PUBLICATION.In I GrainPrivjlegesMONEY The Old Standard general strengthening tonic., I
There is undue downsuction. It is natural well. 8th Jud cial Circuit Brad-
no !forming a Circuit Court. WHEATPuts Malaria and builds up the system. A true tonic
perfectly safe to boat or even to The water in these wells is always ford. M.County.Alvarez Florida.C. Complainant.. IN and sure Appetizer. For adults and duUr.n. SOc, I

swim about the placid bosom of the sweet and palatable, hence in an early 'S. and calls are the safest and
is formed by I Cosmo Alvarez Mrs. Florence E. Alvarez. surest method of trading in wheat,
little lake upon day the location of the house site depended et-al. loss is -
corn or oats. Because your f
the dam across the channel of the I entirely upon where the natural BUI to remove cloud quiet title and correct absolutely limited to the amount I i .
description in deed. '
stream., I well was to be, found. At the TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN bought. No further risk. 5'- :

In a government report on the Lome of J. L. Townsend there is a GREETING: Positively the most profitable way
It appearng: by the sworn bill of complaint Rheumatism j
of trading..
Geography, Geology and Ground c-p'endid! well of this character, the in the above cauoe that there ire 10
waters of Northern and Central Flor- v/rter of which has been used for persons interested in the property described : Open an account. You can buy Poison
a in this bill of Complaint and involved in this puts or 10 calls on 10,009 bushels Blood ,J

I ida, issued last year, George Charlton whole generation, and the well is as suit other than the known defendants. and grain for $10, or you can buy both

liaison, the observer and compiler good today as it was at the first. the unkrown names and to the residences complainant of such and persons that in for $20, or as many more as you wish. Scrofula, Malaria .
:, of the report, says of natural bridges: There is no such thing as pumpingit said b.H telief is prayed against such unknown An achasce or decline of 1 cent gives Skin Disease
vou the chance to take $100 profit. Pr" .
where the river pirsons ;
These may be formed dry as its source of supply is that Therefore it is ordered that all parties A movement of 5 cents $500 profit. I

ti! water gradually works its way rreat body of underground water claiming diFCnbed a.i inur or..it any in the part property thereof.hereinafter under- Write for full particulars and Bank Because Purifies

i into an underground passage (form- which lies under that whole section. Joseph T. Dllabcrry. deceased. J. G. Alvarez References. II

.. ed by some subterranean stream inthe This well is 45 feet deep. deceased cr either of them or otherwise; ai.d R. W. NEUMANN the Blood
all parties claiming an interest in the property New First National Bank Building
establishing -
ages long gone by), thus In one sink near Mr. Townsend's hereinafter described or any part thereof. COI/UMBUS, OHIO BEAD WHAT NOTE PEOPLE SAT 07

I 1 underground streams beneath race which was made during the lying County and being State in of the Florida City of to-wit Starke.: Bradford Address all mail to Lock Box 1420Don't I LIPPMAN'S CREAT REIY1EDY-P." P. P.

: the flow of the surface channel The heavy rain mentioned above, there are 465 feet Eeast and West by 60 feet North ,
Rabbi Solomon, of the Sarannali COB
and South. bounded on South. by land of E. j Dr. AHdndgc Befeacr.Texas writes: ,
4 S brezMth of the surface channel near no less than seven of these natural Johns on East by Street. on West by w. "It is the leading blood purifier." rregatica-wites: "Had seven attacks of
I the Dr.WI tellea.d.HetcmUe, Ga.,prescribes :Malarial fev4r Untina from a week to ten
suggests that Sec. 6, S. R.22 Eon
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High Springs wells in an area of less than one- UneofSEViofNWU. It. and with P.P.P.completely cured J. days. .1 tocv your medicine as a forlorn
natural bridge of the Santa Fe river fourth of These have since North by land Jacob Johns in the City of I Sleep Well H. Davidson who bad suffered fifteen hope. but n..w conies that P.P.P. was
Bill of Complaint
k an acre. Starke. do appear to the said with blood fcoison and sores. a real LeusfiJ."
formed in this manner before the 4th day of May. 1914 yean
S have been been filled In on or No Good Reason '
may partially some parts
the same being a rule day of this court. IT WILL HELP YOU
fi.. ," these: wells are so numerous that one And this erder be published once a week for Just Can't Sleep
One would naturally suppose that : cannot move over the country with I 12 consecutive weekly weeks in Bradford of i-en.jral County F. V. LIPPMAN, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA
Telegraph. a newspaper
whole river coursing its way Bradford I M1 -M I .....
a ?ny degree of safety after nightfall. circulation published in said County I t
through underground passage, no Florda.: fJ .
Mr. Townsend relates the circum WITNESS the Honorable J. T. WilU. judgeof Some people can't sleep. There

F : matter how hard the rock forming itt stances of a brother of his who found sad Circuit Court, and also my official seems-to be no special reason. They
floor sides and roof, must, in a comparatively signature as well as the seal of this Court have disease of the nervous ays-'
himself when out cttle-hunting
once, this the 3rd day of February. 1914. at Starke.
short time, wear the roof when dark ,him right in Florida.W. tern. Digestion is fairly good. Their WHENEVErY* U-NEED-u--- 11 :
t' came '
I upon .
all down into T. Weeks, Clerk Circuit Court, habits are pretty good. They may
S away and thus carry it the midst of these wells, and he simply By R. A. Weeks Deputy Clerk.A. smoke a, little or drink a little yat
naturat'bridge of S. Solicitor for Claimant. (L.S.)
the Gulf. But the Crews. Still can't
dismounted and waited till assist- their habits are fair. they

l J ,..- the flowing arid Santa withstood waters Fe from hs the, been time ravages in immemorial existence of the ance came The to Great'him with Wind lighted Storm.lanerns. Feb. 6-121.Board NOTICE of Public OF ELECTIONThe Instruction of Bradford sleep centers.welLJust a little That unbalanced is all. They In the'nerve should A GENERAL( ( T TONIC lAKE( nD.VE'f :

As one rides through the west end County by the power vested in them have a little "righting up."

hence it may be safe to predict that of Alachua county he is struck by the under Section 8L. Article 406 of the School A tonic will generally do this. The t .

4 it will continue to remain in its fact that at some time a devastatingstorm be Laws held of for Florida Boat hereby Drain Special order an Tax election DistrictNo. to right sort of a tonic. Peruna is exactly The Old .Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is Equally J

V state to the end of this geologic' period has swept over the country and Draia. 7 on school the house 10th ,day for of electing April, three 1914. at trustees Boat by Peruna.the tonic.The Digestion stomach is is hurried empty Valuable as.a General Tonic because it Acts on the Liver.l 'j

15. at least. caried the great forest primeval.out and to determine the number of mills to be and ready to rest for the night. The Drives Out Malaria Enriches the Elood and Builds: up I .f

k 1 .. Sink Holes.: of existence in a day and laid it assessed.Managers of election. Manning Griffis Steve circulation is equalized. The brainis the Whole System, For Grown People an tf Children 11r
relieved of all congestions and Irri- ,
Carter. Perry Newsom.
The surface of western Alachua is prone upon the ground to lie there _
F. G. SchelL See) and Supt. of Schools. tations. -
over with what are known and rot and burn a little each Starke Fla., March 2. 1914. 3-13-Bt blood K
I dimpled year The Peruna acts on every Ton know what you are taking when you take Otove'a Tasteless chill Tom j

as "sink" holes.n -e are depressions till soon all traces of it will have vessel in the system.. It acts on all u the formula is printed on every label showing that it contains the well know4W

in th, sur ;a *ng from a vnish'd. Board NOTICE of Public OF ELECTIONThe Instruction of Bradford of the nerve centers. One begins to tonic properties of QUINTNB and IRON. It ia as'strong as the strongest bitt.
and hardly knows why. '
leVI feet in f depth toacres The old settlers will tell you of under county Section by 91,the Article power 406.vested of the in School them Bleep Take a teaspoonful to one tablespoonful tonic and is.in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for Malaria, Chills and Feve" '.,

in ar.ca. M* are of. that storm which occured some 18 Laws of Florida, hereby orders an electionto of Peruna before each meal, Weakness, general debility and loss of appetite. Cm life and vigor to Nursif,1

towering. with bated breath even to be held for Thomas Special Tax DistrictNo. Sometimes another tablespoonful at Mothers and Pale, Sickly Children. Removes Biliousness without pnrgi
such ancient formatir t years ago, .
Lt 26, on the 10th day of April. 1914. at .
I is where the sleeplessness Relieves and low Arouses the liver action f"
bedtime necessary. nervous depression spirits. to _
pines and giant oaks are growing on this day. Fortunately the storm wasa Thomas school house. for the election of
three trustees and to determine the numberof is very pronounced.Just purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sore Appeteer. Complete Strengthen!
i ;: their floors and sides, while others tornado and not a cyclone had mills to be assessed. try it, neighbor. Yon will be No family should be without it. Guaranteed by your Druggist. Wemea.nit.

are of,such recent occurrence that thet' been raining and blowing hard all Pearce Managers A .A.of DouglassF. election. J. H. Mattox, J. S. glad if you do. 'One bottle will convince -

freshly parted earth is still standing I night. In the morning it was very G. Schell, Secy and Supt. Schools. you. Peruna is no sleep medi-
Starke. Fla.. March 2, 1914. 3-13-5t cine. It is not a nervine. It contains --
in perpendicular non-eroded walls. lowering, and it semed as though the
2 no narcotic It is nothing of that .
; } The author quoted has this to say sun had not risen at all, it was so NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED sort It is simply a regulative tonic.

4 "bout sink holes. "This region is dark. About 8 o'clock the wind veer- UNDER SECTION. OF CHAPTER 4388 Every home should be provided SEEDS SEEDSCow
; -
I LAWS OF FLORIDA the last edition of the "Ills of ,
ed from the southwest
the south-
: rlain, at no great depth by sev- to Hereby notice is given that D. W. Pinholster. '
Si., Llfe.sent free by the Peruna Co.,
feet of lime stone. east and the hurricane was them. purchaser of Tax Certificates numbered respectively :
-idred upon
:: eal ,, porous 90 and 92 issued by the Tax Collector Columbus Ohio or Field Peas; Velvet (Beans; Chufas
"rface water becoming car- The mighty forest was laid flat in of Bradford.County. Florida each of E
1. \\'heft 1 w.. great platoons of trees not said Certificates bearing date of June 6. 1910. Peanuts; Sorghum; Millet; \Selected Field
'bonk ae& ...,,'rlved from the decaying. one being J I has filed said certificate in my office and (a* WorM and More of It.
: enters- this rock, it, left standing for miles in any direc- made application for Tax Deed to issue in "How fat EiltvB Is Retting." said: ta Corn., Complete and full stock Garden '. '"
organic Accordance with law. pouns KK&B "l ttiink! it's a shame for
*e ****< and I tion. Houses and .out-bildings suffer- The said_certificates embraces the following; Seed
feed and
dissolve "
gradually a girl to tike Hestr that
.v.oln neis. AsA Anmatter I ed greatly, though but few casualties lands in Bradford wunt)'. Florida assessed OD way. I ,
:iorm undergroundViion ell!'.. "U- at the date of the issuance of said Certificate "You sfcoalila't uy that to me." pr. Incubators.
;s be'coae 'and no fatalities, resulted. It is sin the names and under dates and numbers tested tbv Supplies; ,
the caVgm young woman archly.
progresses hereinafter respectively particularly set forth,
L weakened and finally & .apse,, stated that treet were piled up eight to-wit: am a little plump myself you know." Oldest established and largest Seed House in Florida. W

. ..- : deep in. places. It was an awful job Certificate No. 90. embraces Fractional Block "I know 1 kiHMT." be hastened to
thus forming sink holes. A good example 9. in Ward City. See. 8, Tp 1. S. R. 20 E.asbebsed for illustrated Catalogue. \ ,:
1It. i ir4 is to\ge the road re-established. One Unknown. apologize.But it's all right with you
1tk5 of a recently-formed tol gentleman told how he was away Certificate No. 92 embraces Lot 10 Blk 11. I Rlt>:IJI. it' a fchame when a girl's E. A. MARTIN SEED CO. J I 1: : =i
be seen on the road between in Ward City. See. 8. Tp. 7. S. R. 20 Eo. ytxiug."-Cleveland Plain Dealer

Springs'and the Santa Fe river." from home some six miles, and all day it took to assessed Unleu'taid Unknown.certificates, shall be redeemed .206 East Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, F : : =i

The fact is that after any prolonged him and four other men according to law. Tax Deed will issue thereon Off Guard. 31-1
that distanceof the 11th day of May A. D. 1914. 31-1
cut their through
less of these way "Bow did it bappeo that friends :
rainstorm more or W. T. Weeks. your i;;;;;;;; ___ 111'III
all through that section tangled timber. Clerk Circuit Court Bradford Count).'Fla. got the best of you?' queried the la- S S -5- ..5 !
sinks occur last And, strange to say, where the (LSI By R. A. Weeks. Deputy Clerk. quMtlveperson.. S 5 II-T
ago 10-54
of the county. years April
Ei: there was a week of rain great forest treets of pine grew to Tbey gut busy while I was watcb
} August of oaks has log my enemies." explained the maD
: that perfection a great crop PETITION
and night too,
$ every day, to take their place.-L. I* We, the undersigned voters and tax-payers who bad gwl the short end of it-Cb4-
matter. The entire earth becameri' sprung of a sub-ethool district to be established and cag<..News.Wo.
rt with water like a mammoth Palmer in Gainesville Sun. known as Roberta Sub-School District hereby FavoriteFertilize
saturated '.petition the honorable Board of School Com-
.... sponge and*thus the bottoms began, Profeuional Banter. missioners of Bradford County for an election >fhund and Gazelle.
to establish this Sub-School District bounded
fjeemSnglr, to fall out of things and Parson .\.-It's hard to get people i as follows: Tbe swiftest dog in the world tbe Si-Ti
formed by the hundred. Commencing at the Northeaat corner of Russian wolfhound has made record !X 3l-T
pinkholes were into the church. Dr. B.-Rut It's easier -
& Zl-.T
Sec. 22. Tp. 4, Range 19 E. mil run south
J. L. Townsend, living some six to do that than it is to get them I I on See. line to township line dividing Town- runs that .sbow,twenty-four yards to -.- *l-To

( north of Bell, had some strange into heaven. ParsonTrue.. Weministers ships four and five thence Eon said line to toe swoDd. while the gazelle baa ,; ff sIj'
miles line dividing Ranges 19 and 20; thence ;
that time. The road runs can only point the way to south range on said fine to southeast corner of Section shown measured speed' of more than ARE BESY'FOR f
experiences there being heaven. When it comes to getting people 12 Tp. 5, Rg. 19. Thence west on section I twenty-s ren yards a second.
north of his house, Swift Creek thence
ta. the line to : southwest
between the house and there we are obliged to fall back on along.said creek to West line of Section 16: 1-To
same 60 feet the doctors.-Washington Herald. thence north to northwest corner of said section Pen and Pencil. S f
the fence. A sink began in the middle 16; tnence west on sectioa line one-half Tbe Pencil-You ought to be ashamed -
time mile; thence north on center line of Section '
t of the road, and from time to Relief In Music. 8 ; to north line of See. 8; thence north on of yourself. They say yon have ALLCROS. I 1-To

!: widened out till the fence fell in. "Did you enjoy yourself at the musical section line to Baker county Ene; thence east always to be driven before you'll work. .- .[81-To 1-To
sad Baker line to of
along county point
Then followed portions of th| dooryard ?" beginning.And The Pen-Bow about yourself? The Write for CattUgac., slBy881By

till the water from the eaves of "Very much. A musical Is a great further, to vote upon the millaee to Penril-Oii. I'm lead!-Exchange. .
be arstsstd and for the purpose of electing a .
.' the house fell into the sink. Then it relief after a series of card parties. board of three trustees for the said aub- chool -

and the foundations of You don't have to take part in conversations ,district. Carry on every enterprise as If iD ;.
was stayed or remember what the trump Names: John Crews. G. F. Alderman J. L. depended on the success of it-Rich y '
the house were left intact, though Roberts. Mr. C. -A. Joiner. H. H. Williams. 3
of the is."Boston Record. Mrs. Joe Loodhatter. J, C. J>."I"tl'. W. P r S 1-To
tottering upon the very brink Taylor. J. Cruse. W. W. Williams, C.' C. '-To .
44. 81To.31B .
:t.. vnk hole chasm. Anglo-Saxon Poise. April Douberly.10-5t INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER C ,
two-inch well [81-By ,
Mr. Townsend had a Hard Natures. .
First Sport (looking at magnificentview r
S I driven on the other side of the house of the \Ips-Xot bad. that. Second To Prevent Blood Poisoning There Ire morose hard natures in JACKSONVILLE FLA.1o

to which a wind mill was attached. Sport. -Yes. It's all rigtt.: but you apply at once the wonderful old reliable DR. which cheerfulness cannot be planted [81-To
he PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING OIL a ittf- or engrafted. Such natures are ulcu I
ft the sink
about it like
The' first time after needn't rave a bally poet. WE SELL SEED POTlTOES *
gical dressing that relieves pain and heals at shadows of life-the clouds that blur ,
4 turned the power of the windmill onto Louden Punch. the same time. Hot a liniment 5c.5Oc.$L.) out from
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_1t '.. t(.,. Fourteen'years ago the Rhodes-F ttch-ColIins Furniture Company.begann business.:

The first store was a very small one, but its policy was big and broad. In fourtee| years
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SECTION OF JACKSONVILLE'S WATER FRONT ; S many changes have come. The little store has grown to be a very big! store-the very

Jacksonville, Fla March.-One of the triumph of bridge engineer: of its kind in the
I and building In the southern states was accomplished at ,Jacksonville; i biggest entire State. It has grown so large until it has ceased to

f U, by the Florida East Coast railroad in bringing the St Johns river as be an ordinary store it has become an institution. Its purpose is to serve all the people

for Mown traffic In the between accompanying the East Coast illustration.of Florida This and bridge the balance is the main of the reliance world, 'J, Flordia better than they have ken served before and batter than they can be semen

Ince practically all of it passes over'the structure. The Illustration also elsewhere- t '' I .
lows a section of Jacksonville's eleven' miles of deep water front Duringthe _
- Confederate reunion in May excursions to historic points will be a* =r Watch our announcement next week. '

[ranged on St. Johns river steamer, and ,}eaQre craft. .
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Report of the Treasurer of Bradford County.General Fwd r the month ending February 28. 1914. : ,., ,"


1- amount overdraft -"ltOI '.
2-To amount received B. M. Dowhng. Reept No. 27_ $263.90 ,
28-To amount amount received paid out B. M. Dowlia. $eeya. JJo. .28- 123.1929By 513.83 OUR NEW HOJIE' ).IA

28-To amount overdraft __ __ 24.80
Twelve-tory Furniture Store JACKSONVILLE, FLORDIA.
$411.89 .$&11.89
.28-:By amount overdraft -24.80 .1

RBC ami rozfaftuc. Fnid. :
1-By amount overdraft ;1286.88 .j
2-To amount received B. >d. Dowhng. 27 J5860 CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR MORE MONEY FOR FARM HAND pecks (44.8 cents) respectively. In
-To amount receive1! B. JL Dowlas. -Raottfo.: 28____._.._... 27.21 1
28-To amount.received W. S. Reaves, Reept No. 91_ 27.54 WORK. Hungary the wages of agricultural MAKE YOUR OWN
% -To 'deceived S. B. Denmark. Reept. No. 92_ 1.00 Wages Rising Faster ia the Country laborers increased about 60 cent. "
:28 :To amount received S. B. Denmark Reept No. 9328Jfo 1.0. per
amount received S. B. Denmark. Rapt No. 94__._ 29.0 Interhchen, Fla., April 16, 1914.\\ Thn in Factories. in the ten years from 1897 to 1907. ; PAINT .
8-To amount received S. B. Denmark, Reept No. 95 110.0 Dear C. E. Union Friends:- '
28-By amount paid out __ 146.5 In Denmark, from 1892 to 1905 wagesof t VOW will SAVE '
28-To amount overdrawn 179JH to be the first message from your Washington, D. C.-April 22.-Tbe farm labor, with board increased PER
60 tis. GAL
Secretary in the 27th year of historyin of farm labor increased about
S4SLM "1433.44.2gBy money wages 30 per cent, and without board
our Union, but I hope it is not to THIS IS HOW
about 2.5 the
cent. during past 22
per per cent I n Sweden wages of 1 --
amount overdraft
.- 179.10 be the lastA A fine quality of supplies year, and about 11.0 per cent. during agricultural laborers Increased 39 percent Buy gals. LU&M.SeniMaei -

are being printed and I want to do the R 'I Paid $3.40 t
General School.... past four years. Since 1902 the in the ten years from 1898 to f
1-To amouat on hand _.. .-, _., -_ S3.961.C4 much: writing to you 'this year, and increase has been about; 36 per cent. 1908. For Norway we have data And3g3ls.LisecdOil
2-To amount received B. V. Dowlng. Reept No. 27- -._.._ 941.40 duplicating of letters to the Societies to mix w1' it 2.10(
28-To amount received B. "SL Dowhng. Reept 'No.28' 432.40 I These estimates are based upon re- showing the'w ges In country and in -
28-To amount borrowed Bradford" County Bank 3,000. for our ether officers. We ,are goingto puts of correspondents of the Bureau towns, wherein is shown that wages ldakcs7;alsp&rt for$13.i0It's
28-To error In ehmrrras: Miool Tuna Jan."'1914
10.00 '
'28-By amount paid out ____. n '4.391.50 try to not only do better what was I lei Statistics' (Agricultural Forecasts) with board; increased 19 per cent. in only, 1.50 per gel.
H-By amount to balance __ done in the various
-- 3.953.94 .aepartments'l of the Department of Agriculture. I country and 15 per cent in towns, The L A: U SEUI.M1XFD
other but also ( I SEAL PAINT la PURE tl'HJTE LEAD. }
8345.44 $8.345.44 years Wares of farm labor tended upward during the ten years 1895 to 1905 ZINC and LINSEED: OIL-Ufc iMMkoouapoint '
e new plans under 'D '. !larger plans : materials far too .
) ;eaia.Use
'28- To amount a gat oat of any yon trj> and if n.t tbotcct
in keeping with hose of other Unions
I ; they were almost stationary dur-: country than in town wages. In paint made,then return i.e waist ecJ get
tint ours nut 'i 7j behind in all your money back. _, J
ad"Bride'Find. may ing the eighties, and declined from Japan where economic conditions have --s
'Br'alInt"traft $264.36 progress., 1892 to 1894 since Rich time DE C. .l 1
S-To amount received B. "H.Dowlmg.Reept No. 27___ JS44.SO they been changing rapidly, the yearly jyNES, .
'!$-=To amount received 8.4.l7owling,7teept"No."28. 378.90 Among other tusinws decisions 1 have steadily tended upward. 'Farm money wages 'of agricultural labor .
2"--By amount paid not Starke
28-By amount to balaaee ___ 460.18 of Gainesville was the deciding cer- wages now, compared with wages daring more than doubled in the fourteen ,

tainly what Bad last year been ih the eig'ktiesare about 55 percent years from 1894 to 1908 and increased T ,

1023.50 11,023.5028'T.amount doubt by come. Each Young People's higher; compared with the low 43 per cent from 1898 to 1908. .

en 1am4 $460.18BuBaimg'Famt society is asked to pay per member year of 1894, wages are now abeat Although farm wages in the United DR L J.
25 cents during tie! year into the 67 per cent. tnglier.Tecurrent States increased about 37 per- cent. .

'Te-amonnt OB rand _. $194.15 State Treasury for expenses of our average rate of farm from 1900 to 1910, land values nearly Veterinary Surgeon
2-To amount received K. Tt. Dvwling. Reept No. 27._ __ 117.20 Union. We are also to try to increase wages in the United States, when doubled in the same time; indicatingthat
n-To amount received TL "M.'Doowlin<<.HecpfNo. 58... 54.35cmount
28-By-amount to balance ._ '365.70 our number Y. P. societies board is included, is, by the month, in the distribution of the proceeds "

t36f:lO $365.70 from about 58 to 100 in the present $2138; by the day, other than harvest, from farming operations a '

%1-1'0 ea tend J year. The Headquarters :Building : $U6; at harvest, \SI. When boardis larger proportion now goes to capital -
$665.70 Fund, now bang pushed as bever be- not included, the rate is, by the account and less to labor account than "

bib-Distfiet'Fand. fore in every Union, Is to receive our j I month! $30.31: by the day, other than formerly; the interest rate of returnon I i it

t-To amount on tend -.._______ __ 1499.24 part of help, and possible it is expected -I harvest, $1.50; by the day at harvest, the capitalized value of land, how t I
2-To amount received B. "S. Dowlm _
Herat No. 13 308.64 :
'%$-To amount d TL Dowlhif.Reept No. 14 157.08 that for this fund, societies ever, is probably less now than "

11'28.--By By *amount...nt paid to bafcace T ...L -___ 07.78 will make individual gifts of five dol- t.Wages in different sections of the twenty-five or thirty'years ago. The 1 ;l' 7771i H,

1.757.18Drainage lars, (more or less, as they feel best). United States vary widely, averaging value per aere of crop production in. ,

$iHUS ,1:9643'6: Mr. Spafford our guest at Gainesville highest in the far Western States and ereased about SO per cent. from 1900 .

'28-To amount on tend ,_. ..$1.757.18 from Michigan, impressed the lowest in the South Atlantic States. to 1910. ..... i.

convention with his testimony that For instance, the monthly rate, without i The premium of harvest wages i' -
Fwnd. the the workers in his is in Nevada All diseases of tre Horse fie
board ,
more $56.50 $54.00in
I-"To amount received i B. M. Dawling.. Reept 1' o. 27IS 837.28 gave over ordinary day wages on the farmis Cow and treated. '
-By amount paid out 832.15 Northern Union, the more they tn'o-I; Montana, and $51.00 in Utah; but gradually lessening. Thirty years Dog f
:n1tat.to balancets
l B.13 pered. The spirit shown In conventionwas I $17.90 in South Carolina, $19.60 in ago wages at harvest averaged near- Have your Hogs vaccinated 1:

$83758 4837.28 fine. All debts were paid up and: Mississippi, and $20.20 in Georgia.The ly 60 per cent higher than wages at to prevent Cholera. : r .

-To amount -on tend __ $5.13 almost enough over to purchase the i I highest State average, $56.50, is other than harvest time; twenty years Have your Cows tfcted for _

-- new year's stationery. We feel that thus seen to be 3.2 times higher than ago the premium was about 42 percent tuberculosis before tang milk. ;

1k ort for the month ending Mare 31. 1914. God is going to "send showers of I the lowest rate. $17.90. ; ten -years ago- -, about 85 -percent Prompt attention;,(given to ;I'f
blessings" upon us this year, and This wide difference in the wage ; and last year about 32 percent calls day or night.i I, :
toned ".ad. these blessing will be joy of in different sections of the Unit- T,
,aafth- among rates Perhaps this is due in part to Call Edwards SIa\lt, opt ate tuie ,
I-It, HOuat oveednwn ___ I 240M doing, praying and giving, more ed States is gradually lessening. In improved labor saving harvest ma- Howe. 1.

l-To t-To.moant amount received reeived W.W. V.V. Knott Knott Tax Reept Reept.1\0. :9____ 80 240. abundantly than End avorers of our seven investigations made between chinery, and in part to an improved STAKE FLOBIDi*; .- ,

II-To II liy amount moeet! 10 paid bslamoe out ..... __ __ 3S.OS Union ever did. 1866 and 1881, the average of wagesof system of farming, by which the labor .
r. 52.71 State Treasurer Geo. Cavanagh, farm day labor (without board) demand is more evenly distributed '

1859.83 $859.85 Box 775, Tampa, was re-elected, as in the far Western States (where through the year. .

11-7 a Mlt..wrdraft .-- S5!. 1n. was Miss Ruth Coffin, Johnstown, wages were highest) was about 100 The money wages when board is DIRE RISTRES$

State Tenth Legion Supt. The for per cent. higher than in the South furnished is about 30 per cent less It '

... and Forfeiture F..4. two faithful Junior Supt., Miss Atlantic States (where wages were than when board is I "
years not included that
I-fty ancient overdraft __n________ I.UO ; It is Near at Hand to Hundreds of '
ITo amount nct'i..ecf W. V. Knott Tn Reept ______ .60 Ruth Wyandt, felt someone who lowest); whereas, in seven investigations is nearly 1-3 of what a man earns is '
II-To amount received B. M. Dowing Reept No. :!9__ __ Starke Readers. ,
191.18 do the work better 1898 the Western :
traveled might made since
more ,
11-To SlMaat mewed, So It Denmark. Reept No. 98 11.eo charged to board. This ratio has not t

11.II-To.To amount amount reeeved leeflvl'd S.S.B.B.Dmmark.Denmark.Rapt Reept.No.No.99 100 -__ 25.00 so Mrs. S. L. Jackson, of Daytona, I States averaged about 110 per cent. changed materially in the past thirty ;: t

11.-To amont _tiled So B.. Denmark, Reept No. 161 33.54 Ii.O was chosen. Miss Wyandt was given higher than the South Atlantic, and years. Dcn't neglect an aching back.

11.31To,By amount amount received paid out S.-_B._Denmark Reept No. 102 -' lli.7 237.61 the Quiet Hour charge as its former I I in the past year they were only about V tF&ckache

II--To amount to beLnre ----....__ 22.85 leader, Miss Margaret Lewis felt un190 per cent higher. is often the kind eys crj.1.
Banana Meal.
able to sene longer. Hon. Chris. The of farm labor for '
money wages help. .
$439.59 $439.59 I I It has bn I liru".1 in India and tD6
II, -To UnOa"t OD hand I -1 o.gs Matheson, of Gainesville is now have increased relatively more than I Malay |I. .iinMil.i that the produce I Neglect hurrying to the kidneys' aid

Christian Citizenship Superintendent, I' wages for labor in city,manufacfories trurn one a>'r? of banana! or plnntaius. Means that urinary tr ul1es; may

Road and Bridge Fun4. and for president we have Mr. Duncan : during the past twenty to thirty as the fruit iQ r..rWI'lI l iu that n-KKn. I follow. | Y t

s.t-T4.-To>> amount amount 011 received hand W.-__V._______ _. 460.18 B. Curry, Box 918, Y. M. C. A. Bldg., years. ,A Comparison of the average will Mii-lMirt :i mm,b greater Dunilnr uf Or danger of worse kiJnej* trouble: r : -
Knott Tn Reept "
II-To amount retehrd B. )I. Dowling Reept No. 29_ .103.02 6.60 Jacksonville. Mr. Curry took back J I of wages per employee in manufacturing -'OIIIt'| than u sin.Ur; ; urea under army Here's, Starke ,testim<.:r.y.-; '

I1-T4 II-To> amount alllOUAt received receved S.S. B.B.Denmark D.-Iunark.Reept Reept No.No.9i 96-. __ 248.30 17.50 to his own society, Riverside Presby- industries, as reported by the other IH prp crop!' rrnl. and for the an immense indefinite yield pt'rit..t may Mrs. J. J. Chaplin, Thompson St.,

II-To II-To amount amount received received S.S.B.B.Dramark.Denmark.Lrpt. 1\0. 98-----_ 63.00 terian, the State Delegation banner; Censuses of 1910, 1900, and 1890, in- bv drying: tie fruit find preparing meal Starke, Fla., says: "I had a, 1istress-

:no By amount paid out Reept' J'o. 100 .-__ 63.00 691.00 buf'gave in exchange the: invitation, dicates that the wages of such em- from it. riauuiii meal is made bystnppins ing kidney weakness and DY back '

11-11 amount to balance ... accepted-"Jacksonville, 1915." For ployees increased 22 per cent, in ten : oft the! I1I1"k. tilidDbe curE ached nearly all the time At night .

12.961.80 $2. 61.80! Vice-President there is Rev. Geo. yars ((1900 to 1910)), and increased drying it iu the -uu and thou redaiiu I couldn't test comfortably acid in the

SI T. Waldron, State Supt. of Congl. only 23 per cent. in the twenty pears; I I it to lowdft.!. and Dually sifting. It U morning when I
anmnt on hand ___. _._____ -? ___ $2.70.80 got up, ay back
churches, Sanford. We expect to geta i the increases in farm labor wages calculated that the, fresh core will ?ie was lame and weak. n.'in'- Kidney'Pills r
40 ett of mini and that
Building rDnL'ITo good deal of work out of sucha : were approximatly 37 per cent in an aCi'eot procured at the Starke Drug;
amount 00 hand ______ __ ...- : average iiu.uity will field over a
-- 365..0 chvrch-important man as Mr. the ten and about 55 cent. : v
I-To amount reeeived W. V. Knott Tn Reept ___ 1.18 years per tuu. Co., (now Mitchell's Drug Store), removed .
ITo II-I!, amount alllOUAt received B. x. Dowlialf. Rcpt No. 29____ 382.38 Waldron.Mr. in the twenty years. This relative --- these symptoms of :kidney complaint .

11-17 amount to paid balance out ----_-..---? .-. _. 342.03 407.21 and Mrs. E. E. Strother, ac- : gain of rural upon urban wages acts Extinct. and I have since enjCi) 'd good
companied with the Clatter's father, automatically upon the movement T n<-rer-Sow. J:1J1lt'S. do yon nndei- health can confirm my,former endorsement .

S..9.26 .49.26 Mr.' Cameron, are visiting 'a good from country to city. stand (bc> 'iie.uniis ,jf the Word "n of Doan's Kidney Pills 4nd

It-To amount on hand __ ____ $342..05 ,many C. E. centers now, feting of Wages of farm labor have been in- Unit" .Jano-le!. rp3'bt'r-Tben that I think :
SrboJ Bub-District T.taL name ot.e feint tli.it N now extinct say as highly of,them;as iY
I-T. amount oa land _____ 1.751.18 China Endeavor and boosting Florida creasing rapidly, not only in the '
'i-Tit amount received Starke Bond District--________ I i JatEf? Clipper 1'rat her ChinjierJVUit ( ever. I have used this ron dy occasionally ,
11-T. 30,000.00 I work. I had eleven to visit United States bui in most if not all -
amount received B. M. Dowling Reel'L No. 13 886.15 kin.l lit bird i.. that Jamew- since giving my former a
$1-By amount paid out --_______ 4.035,7-1 i this week, commencing Easter 12th, other countries of the world. In the
1-111 amount to balance -_ 28, 0j'.1i9 1 llr per (I'Jn. Hi* tut caught Dim statement, and it has helped ine .
but instead was taken ill on the 9th. Central Agricultural region of Russia tail Ulunlin-ur.Jt' wonderfully." :

32643.33 32643.33 Hope to start the 21st and see manyof the wage per day paid to male labor Price 50c, at all dealers. Dr 't = ,

tl-To amount on hand __- --..28.60..59 you, also get a needed change for the years 1901.1905 averaged 34 Government."I simply psk for a kidney rtmeVyt '"

from this office in April and May. konecks ((17.5 cents) at sowing time, tufa a s"h'rUlil" of tbp Pf'Qr1e. Doan's Kidney Pills-the f'lt;

I-To amount oa had ____ Draluce_ FneL__ 5.13 Mail is always forwarded .from In- 50 kopecks (25.7 cents) at hay harvest for the 1 1\0'<'j'l- Mid liv the JieopleV" Mrs. Chapin'b:1d. Fo!'t'r.ib,sane *
11-T. "Wet!I. It :In of % a
11-B7 amount amount ne..ind to balance B. 54.-Dowling.__t No. :!9 249.60 254.3 terlachen to your Secretary, Press, and 54 kopecks ((27.7 cents) at wheat nnd jn tilt'II"1'1:1 wa| sue dad!l HHe loa we houses harp Co., Buffalo; N.' Y. ;

Sunshine and Introduction Superin- harvest By 1910 these wages had built ..krci-r- :*" 1.1.01') -k, awl viupartnteui 1' hmily .jlegraph j '. ,
S25-l.73 S2li.t.i3JITo tendent. increased to 55 kopecks (27.8 cents), ..1011.Wt.. Cave.developedHn

smut on baud S C.73 Grace A. Townsend. 73 kopecks (37.6 cents) and 87. ko- janitor'- BulIai, >re>s. X1.50 per year. ... e1d -"

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: DEPOSITS Again at to !I Total Resources .

* Interesting facts Gathered During the Week fcy Our $112,000.00, j 131000.00

T t I-r Regular Correspondents.r Friends and Customers ,1

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r. RAIFOBD I Simpson of Kingsland. Ga.. are at t ) H .L J :

relative* her bedside this week. .
', Mrs. C. B. Cason visited 5 1 ,
Mrs. C. E. Wainright of Starke .,'' ;
in, Lake Butler last Wednesday.Mr. .
r ;
Mrs N. C. -
came to see her sister f .
attended th '
r Mr. W. H. Andrews es ,
'h { ball at Worthington Spring! Wainright.Mr. '
; opening
j last.Friday nightL Brown. H.were C.in Peeples attendance and at Mr.the J.bedside L. On tocporrow,. Saturday April 25th, we will be back at home after having our banling"office .
s> Misses Sallie and Luatha Walke r of their mother-in-law. thoroughly remodeled and refitted. The remodeling gives us one of the best appointed
"r Springs yester
went toWorthington Mr. Joe Crews, of Vanderbilt was
day to spend the day. in our midst Sunday. and handsomest little banking rooms in Florida and we invite our friends and customers ind
3 Sunday Mr. N.here T. the Ritch guest, of of Starke his brother, spen t,, If the Enterprise correspondent will the public generally to make free use of our excellent facilites for transacting banking business.In "
over taller
come we can show him a
i Mrs. J. H. Ritch. pine in Wateroak just south of Heil- making this announcement we cannot fail to thank our customers for the liberal
: Mr. T. H. Howard moved his shingle
, i.. : rarch.A .
mill from near here to a place neal. bronn large c crowd attended Sunday patronage they have given.us during the present business season. Our deposits show an increase -

family Sapp last in the week.near He future.will move This hiss is: school last Sunday afternoon Come of 123 per cent since January I 1st and our total resources now foot up $131,985.03.

regretted very much by their many The veterinary Dr. Adams oi In this connection we are pleased to submit the following statement of the condition of our 5
t t :: friends Mr. W.here.R. Roberts a former resident Starke was in our midst'one day this bank at the dose of business Monday night April 20: ;
recreation. .
week ..
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of this place but who now holds \ L
, Mr. E. J. Lewis of Rising, was \ .
t ) a position as mail clerk on the Florr" visiting his sister, Mrs. N. ,C. Wain- ., ; ". '
ida East Coast railway was here for righl.Wade.. ... ,> .1 ;

a short visit last week. Wainright, of Jacksonville ,
Miss Ruth Barclay, of Elarbee ,
was visiting his parents'this week. .
' spent Sunday here, the guest. of Miss Also A. A. Wainright, of Starke, =L -4

,, :: Effie Browning. came to se them. '

!: .'f Prof. Reves is giving a special Mrs. J. E. Black of. Starke, is RESOURCES LIABILITIES :, '
here and has avery .
course in arthmetic visiting her mother, Mrs. J. J. Clark. F J
i t industrious class. Notes and:Mortgages. . : . $61,382.64 Deposits . . . . . .:. .$112,015.59 E
t CoL Joe Hill Williams candidate for .
representative was here Saturday in MAXVILLE. Starke School Bonds. ... . . 18,000.00 Capital Stock . . . . . 15,00000

"* the Two interest very of interesting his candidacy.sermons were Monday S. P. Wiley and Tuesday, of Jacksonville in Manville, spent in Cash in Vault and due fa>mBanks. 45,676.42 Surplus and undivided profits. . 4,928,44

1; preached at the Methodist church'last the interests of the Manville Farm Banking House and Fixtures . : 6,925.97 Cashiers Checks . . . .1. 41.00Total.$131,985.03
'I Sunday by the pastor, Rev. H. Logan, and Development Company.Ben t ...

.1 Both services were well attended. Lucas is treating .the new Total. :. .. .;:;. $131,985.03: )

Mr. J. H. Houchtom has returned blacksmith shop to a new coat of red .

g (1\\:' from Worthington Springs and is now paint. -, ''
f :f = at bin post in the Citizens bank. A petition is being eircluated for f r-"

Mr. Robert Andrews of New River the purpose of retaining Postmaster .,

< was visitor here last Saturday.Mr. I I Stewart in office in spite of his re- "'-

f' J. Harper was here on business signation, which he is willing to re- Our aim is to give our patrons a helpful and efficient banking service. We invie 'J.
: last Saturday. for the churchat those who wish to form a connection with a growing and progressive banking institution lo y
; Dr. R. W. Willis state prison physician Rev. House preached .

I w was here on profesional business Maxville last Sunday morning and : join us.Afrowiflf ; Ii'i;
i- last Saturday. night. The church has employed him I
Miss Ruth Barclow spent Sunday for one year. .l.z.

t: in town, the guest of Mrs. W. C. Miss Eddie 'Love Morres, principalof
Whitten. the Manville schools spent Satur- -

t. t Prof. A. C. Crews of Island Grove day in Monticello.Mr. ro era- BANK OF STARKE I ;.'
f ; was here Saturday the guest of his J. E. Higginbotham was a visitor siTe Bank with.- ; lUll u loprea .: 1

brother A. L Crews. at Manville Tuesday.Mr. : !! helpful bakkf
f pie resources to E. S. Matthews, Pres. DIRECTORS ; .
t N. C. Wainright'was thrown Stephen Wojcieschoski and
} # from a vehicle and badly injured family, of Illinois arrived at Max take food .care of Ted H. HaBigan,.Cashier. A. M. Darby, John Ugloir, jservicetothewifle 4 ': t'

t- Saturday, ville this week with a'' carload of it* customers. G. C Livingston, A. H. Freeman, :community. '{

T CoL A. Z.: Adkins was here on business equipment and is already busy on his E. S. Matthews !: V

i Monday. property adjoining his brotherinlaw.C. r -
t ; The pupit of the Methodist church' Blacharski who arrived a. few

!: r was occupied Sunday and Sunday weeks ago. .

i t : night by Pastor Logan. M;. B. D. Browning of Raiford, is

'l Chesley Fogg of Graham was here building a new residence for Rev. Christ His sermons are largely de- I

r. f Friday looking after his political in Ernest House on his farm east of nunciatory. AU other churches come

: terests. town. in for. share of his rebuke. He
;' The people of our section are very Thomas States' new feed mill has contends for a union of all Christians

; busy looking after their farming interests. been completed and is in daily opera- yet the very church he represents FREE WHILE THEY

I' ion 'to grind meal and chicken feed split among themselves a few years LASTjii.: .

Mrs. Virgie Andrews of Lake for the Maxville people. ago, and last Saturday week one of
Butler is here this week, the guest The Literary Society gave an excellent the factions ran a moving picture F I.. i7
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: of A. D. Andrews and family. program in the school house show on one side of the street, whileon tr, .

i. Mesdames Peeples and Brown of Friday night. They will render the other they ran a revival meet- To the first one h'mdred applications will be given s

k\ : Providence section, passed here Monday another program and serve refresh ing. If Christendom is to be unitedit ? free of charge one copy of "Spraying ,-'J
: : on their way to Wateroak "to be ments Friday night of this week.C. will not be by such people. The valuable up-to-dats book telling ;tow to c-nntrtroej'the fi

t' at the bedside of their mother Mrs. P. Kimbrell who has recently greatest asset of the Christian churchis insects and diseases which attack: fruit trees rose4
plants and vegetables of all kinds.
? N. C. Wainright, who is at the home completed a store building atMax charity. If it has not that it.has if:r

iJ.: : of her son, J. E. J. Wainright.Mr. vile was a visitor here one day this lost its chief asset. Love one another. F. -

:. Mr. Ab Seboyten; of Starke, was week. t
The schocl has only a few weeks
_}i here Sunday the guest of Miss Nan Richard Bragg has completed anew Both teachers and childrenare The varitus diseases and insects'attacking Peaches, Jf
.: ,,y' nie Andrews. poultry house for Rev. House.J. more. Orange Trees Fruits and Vegetables, can be COD1
doing some hard work. We hope trolled by spraying. If
3 Q. you don't believe it
i There seems to be a decline in the R. Strickland for several weeks will 1 1I a
that the same staff'If teachers will convince you. !
l. z berry market, but the yield seems to has been managing the Kimbrell saw trialI.
be returned next year they give general .. i:
.' be good. mills at Fiftone during the recent t :
satisfaction, and the
t : W. J. Johns and wife of Long illness of Mr. KimbrelL young people i' I

't- Bridge section, was here Saturday Miss Marie States is improving the like them. Professor Draper is have a complete line of Spraying Machines and. '
'.. an accomplished teacher, will read in Insecticides for sale at lowest prices. ;
and Sunday the guests of relatives. lots on Central Avenue, which she
the sciences, and therefore capable of
I recently purchased of E. E. Pyle. ", 'Jiji'
,. WATER doing as good work as can be done in L
M. D. Barber has about completedhis ''
I If' .} The daughters of Mrs. N. C. Wain- railroad from any school in the state. : -; .."" ;
Hugh station
'. right, Mrs. H. C. Peeples'and Mrs. through the Manville Farms into Rev. H. Logan preached in Raiford I R. S. FERNANDEZ, TARKE. FLA. F
l- J. L Brown of Dukes Mrs. Elizabeth J. VERSOS JONES .
I Baker county, where large quantitiesof last Sunday. The congregations were Candidate for County Treasurer of ,;.ji
t, ;. .Edwards, of ,Tampa. and Mrs. Jessie I I I timber and ties are awaiting shipment large both morning and night. The Bradford County '

church is beautifully celled and the

; The International Harvester Company money is on hand.for lining it.
has selected Manville as their Dr. Mann, our new physician, is LA\\IEY. I '
was a guest at the home of>his to
par- the.
'1-. local distributing point. keeping busy. He is giving general Mrs.. Bertha Cates and two children Lawtey folk waS t.
-,: ents Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Griffis Sun-
; t, satisfaction and will no doubt build' of Jacksonville, were guests at tainmeit given at the schod.! .

OP- .. LAKE BUTLER. up for himself a good practice in Lake : the home of Mrs. 31. E. Edwards day and Monday. Tuesday evening under the t
I ,,' =- I IIH Nearly 400 crates of strawberries Butler. Monday and Tuesday Miss Ina Rogers who has been of the {Ptilathea. classes of SI,
:: ti:\ were-shipped from Lake Butler last I I spending several weeks as the guestof church; So;Well did everyone'part
: ::< h1 JYDur II I The electri: lights and waterworks Mrs. M. E. Todd, of Fort Myers her aunt, Mrs. B. L. Blanchard of >
no special mention _
W week.We are :till in the prospective.ENTERPRISE. i'I was a guest at the home of Mrs. M. E. left Wednesday for Hampton where _
have not heard the result of the characters will be _
: Iflife'si Edwards one day last week. '
llit she will
spend some time with her
Mr. Smith's visit, in the matter of house was comfortably final(
Mr. T. J. Roberts Jr., of New sister, Mrs. H. L Miller before returning proceeds
yi. lJ Work selling the ice plant Whoever takesit will be used to p
I I York City was a business visitor to her home at Potcam HalL
i ,. V up win have a paying concern. china tea set for the Me,..
l :F It' is just as trying and We have'now three cases of typhoid Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Phillips and two to Lawtey Monday.Mr. Monday and Tuesday broke the song, -

t ,'... important your own fever. Miss Nelly Logan Mr. Arthur children, of Miami are visiting relatives and Mrs. Oliver and children, record so far this season with tir

! and perhaps more tedious-but Deakle and Charley Floyd. It is here this week. of Baldwin, spentSaturday and Sun- and six carloads of strawberries seven I!'_ '_e

i!l ;l u her strength as great difficult to trace the source of in- Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Phillips visitedat ', day at the home of.Mr. E. J. Roberts. ) besides some respectively V' .: ... ..
! ... Women who are nervous and fection but inhabitants are warn Lawtey Sunday. j'I Mrs. Jones of Jacksonville, is visit open express '"..
n'J '' fretful easily fatigued promptly ed to boil the water used for drink- 0. J. Phillips visited Starke Satin ing her son, Mr. W. A. Jones, this some farmers regrigerator boxes.'Someof + + +":,. +;+ tftf +. 'f."
; our
} gain strength and natural energy week. report that their ber- + .1 ;! .;;.,.. '
i r tt ing purposes. It is largely from I ries r' -':'
I''lit; ". >c by taking Scott's Emulsion drinking water that the germ comes. day.Mr.. Oscar McCormick visited at Messrs. Robt. Weeks and Ed. are just beginning to come on. + : REMOVAL XOTICE-I;

LI1--I I if. aftermealsbecarseitisessentially Another good precaution jcould be Lawtsy Sunday afternoon.A j t Thomas of Starke, were business Mr. J. J. Dressing who has been + On and after May 1st .

: nourishment-not a drug that to screen the house. This disease can very pretty wedding took placeat visitors to Lawtey Monday. atvBradley Junction during the past + w:fl find us at our nest,
.. srupefies or alcohol that stimulates enter .the healthiest community. If the home of Mr. L. Johns a few Mrs. J. E. Black, of Starke, was winter looking after the Armour Refrigerator + tioa in the Kick1itefs1_
;.. -there is pure, rich medical; there is ', visiting her Mrs. Jesse Car Co., returned here + ; Jfrs.
:' a common source of typhoid days ago when Mr. Ed. Rail and MissBeddiel sitter, Reddish st nd next door to ,
< nourishment in every drop which it is likely that nrore: victims are yet Nettles were united in wed i last Friday. Tuesday and will look after their + Richard. Our stock ._

,* fY,-, nature appropriates to enrich the'blood to come. Let there be a general clean lock Rev. D. N. Black officiating..I Mr. F. Godwin, of Jacksonville, interests here during the balance of + increased and it will '_, _

and cpbuild the latent Both were very popular young people is spending a ,few days in< Lawteythis the berry shipping salon after whichhe + to take.a lookAfterf J

..,;, forces of the body. up.Mr.. P. B. Bowie has cone to live and a host of friends wish them far I ,week.. .. will go to High Springs to look +

Probably nothing is nor*popaLir in oar.city. He is on the staff of the long and happy life. Mr. 0. L Thomas was visiting relations after their business there. + s. BROW !;
with physicians for just such conditions
,.._ then S<
I ', Avoid substitutes called "wises", Stallings-'has not decided so far to possum hunters as Messrs. J. S. and Tuesday. about 1 1-2 miles north of here just + 1. '

I "extracts" or "active principles"-... leave Lake Butler. He has sold his 0. J. Phillips and J. J. Vincent decided I Rev., Marshall Strickland of Flora- before dark Tuesday afternoon caused + # ttffft + ttt fit ,

!,F I'-'. ..'., they are not cod liver caLInaist interest in the "Times" to Mr. John- that the wanted some possum i l home, filled his regular appointmentat the delay of several trains as the ,.

I i,_ ,. : on the genuine Scoitfp son of the Farmers' and Dealers Bank. and taters, and they went hunting!! the Lawtey Baptist church last wreckage was not cleared up until -, ;:

AT ANY DRUG STC RS U4 Evangelist Long continues his revival Tuesday eight and in a few minutes. Saturday and Su day. about' 8 o'clock Wednesday ,,
t '. meetings in the Church of they had a fine possum. I I Mr. Arthur Grifis of Plant City, What proved to be a, grand treat Telegraph, $1 JO a year., ''=

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