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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 1, 1914
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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HOW TO VOTE ++ STOPPING THE PAPER. ++'1 PEACE. MEMORIAL EX-- ++ THE HOME PAPER. ++ BOARD] OF TRADE


PRIMARY ++ I'\e stopped my paper, yes I ++ VERY HOPEFUL ERCISESMSDAY ++ When a man tells you that ++ I MET THURSDAY '

+ hey +
the big city weekly is worth +
+ I didn't like to do it, + i
+
more than your home paper, +I _
+ But the editor he toosmart + I ,
BRYAN BALLOTS EXPLAINED + got +,, MEDIATORS ARE AT WORK LIVING AND DEAD HONORED + ask him how much the big has + '
+ DISCUSS! PHOKE QUESTION
ever done for your locality; if +
+ And I allow hell it. +
rue +
it had ever spoken a good word +
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From Interior of + for it; if it had ever mentioned +
First and Second Choice Votingin + I who Refugees Services Held at Auditoriumand
am a man: pays my debts + + what he and you were doing + Committee on Sites for Hitching ..
Coming Election + And I won't be insulted, t Mexico Pouring Into Graves Strewn +
to
improve the condition; if it + Sheds Submitted
Made Clear + So when an editor gets smart, + Vera Cruz. With Flowers + had ever noticed him or his +
+ I want to be.consulted. + Its Report.
+
friend when sick or dyingin + :
+ + .
+ short, if all his dealing with + ---4-
As. there has been much discussionof + I took his paper leven years, + Washington D. C., April 29.-The Memorial services in honor of the + the metropolitan weekly have + t:

the first and second choice featureof + And helped him all,! could, sir, + -envoys of Brazil, Argentine and Chili living and dead heroes of the South- + not been entirely one sided, + The Starke board 6f trade met pursuant

the new primary law, and many of + An'when it came to dunnin'me +' resumed their mediation conferenceat land were held at the high school + in which his dollar only was + to adjournmeht even/hg/ at the court

the attempts at explaining the methodof + I didn't think he would, sir. +I 10:30 a.m. today, still seeking to auditorium Tuesday afternoon, May + recognized by the other party, + house(The Tuesday meeting was!Called at 7:30 to order o'clock.

securing the count for the resultsof + + mature some middle ground of agree 28, at 2:30 o'clock. The auditoriumwas + while he and all his individual 4 Mafthews. by

the first and second choice votingare + But that he did, and you can + ment between the United States and appropriately decorated for the + interests were completely + Chairman E.Mitchell S.
: Mr. J. M. 1 chaiman of the
+ bet Mexico. ,
in error, we offer the following + occasion with Confederate flags, laurel + ignored. 4
simplified solution of the problem, + It made me hot as thunder, + The only definite word from them wreaths and flowers. The beautiful + + committee of three that was appointed

which are deductions from the law. + Says I, 111 stop that sheet, I +I was that favorable progress ,was being music furnished was under the direction + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + : to investigate possible sites for ,a
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In a given precinct, for example, t will, +. made and a hopeful view was of Miss Lois Peek. public hitching shed reported that' the ;

suppose there should be fifty voters, + If the cussed thing goes under.I + taken of the outcome. No services were held at the cemet- CARD TO THE PUBLIC. committee had examined several sites '. :
and :
that Mr. N. BJHull had offered .
and they should be voting for three + + ery, but a special committee of ladies Lake Butler. April 29. Editor
candidates for representatives; John + hunted up the measly whelp, + Much Anxiety Relieved. placed laurel wreaths, flags and flow- Bradford County Telegraph Your them the free use h&; ;of the vacant

Doe, Richard Roe and Henry Jones. + An' for this cunning caper + Vera Cruz, Mexico, April 29.-Anx- ers upon the graves of the men who i correspondent( from this point (whoever ground north of store building-

The ballot that they would vote would + I paid him 'leven years and quit + iety' in Vera Cruz as to friends and had worn the gray. | he may be) had the following 1 1 between Thompson street and the rail

+ Yes, sir, I've his + relatives in the interior has been road. ;
stopped
_ be in the following form: Nine members of J. J. Dickison comments in issue of April 24th
. your ,
. Vote for one: I choice'choice.; + paper-Ex. +1 greatly relieved by the events of yesterday Camp, U. C. V., formed in line at the 1914, relative to a certain meeting in The committee also submitted two i
+ + which show that the Mexican bids far eY rn ting a shed 50x25
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For .Representative. I For I For court house and marched to the auditorium progress at this place at that time
lIst 12nd I + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +I authorities are permitting Americansto under the folds of the stars I in which he has the following to : feet. These bid were' opened and

JOHN DOE ---------I-------I---. 1 come down to the coast. Today the and bars. "He contends for union of'all say read, but no action was .taken upon t '

RICHARDROE BIRTHDAY PARTY. American colony here, which is grow- Promptly at the time announcedthe a the bids and no formal acceptance Has
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HENRY JONES ..._J....._.-I------ A pretty birthday party took place ing steadily, settled down to await following appropriate and interesting yet very themselves church he made of the offer of ,Mr. HulL ?|
Monday evening, April 20, at the home represents split among a The committee's report accepted,
Suppose that twenty-five of the news from Puerto, Mexico, of the arrival program was rendered: few and last was
of Mr. and Mrs. 1.. near'Graham. years ago, Saturday but the committee itself continued
electors should vote first choice for C. Padgett, I of three train loads of refugees Prayer, Rev. Kickliter. week of the factions was -
one ran a moving t
Doe Mr. A. G. Padgett came| from Mexico City, which the Huerta Duet with instructicns'to investigate
and as second choice thirteen "Do They Love us Still in picture show side of the
should vote fer Roe, and the remain- home from Valrico to spend his officials promised Commander Tweedleof Dixie?", Mesdames Futch and Turner. bile the on one street further and authorized to secure fund f

ing twelve for Jones; and of the re- twenty-first birthday with his parents. the British cruiser Essex, would be Introductory remarks, ProfessorJett. r; on If other Christendom they ran a revival by private subscription for the erection '
is
meeting. to be
maining twenty-five votes, suppose They invited some ef his young' friendsto dispatched from the capital last night. | united it ,will &t be such of a public hitching shed. *
by people.
thirteen should vote first choice for : spend the day with him. Along, The] route from the capital to Puerto, Reading, "Memorial Day," Miss i"Now The committee on ;telephones reported j i'

Roe, and that seven of this thirteen table was placed upon the lawn and: Mexico, Is long and roundabout, and"it Thelma Griffin. that they had.'nothing to re>- *
supper spread upon it at 6 o'clock Is in new of the fact that youhr.11 : port and the committee was continued *
should vote second choice for Doe, not expected that the trains will Solo, "Dixie,55> Florence Andrews.
and the remaining for Jones and and everybody partook heartily of reach the coast before next Friday. Reading, Miss Fripp. repeatedly allowed your cor- !' and instructed to report any new

of the remaining twelve votes cast the feast. After .supper dancing was I: ]Rear Admiral Badger will have a vessel Trio, Our Comrades Neath the Sod," !::::pondent at this place to continual developments at the next meeting. off

is first choice lot Jones, suppose six indulged in until a late hour. The at Puerto, Mexico, to meet thel| Mesdames Futch, (Turner and Peek. ly assail and insult the members o the board. '

should vote second choice for Doe,'and house was crowded with young and refugees. Address, Rev. B. T. Rape. the Christian church under the guiseof Hon. D. E. Knight who 13 interest-

.six for Roe. old friends and everybody enjoyed I Great Exodus Continues. Song, "Don't Forget Old Dixie," being your correspondent we think ed in the telephone exchange at Lake

The 'inspectors of the election in themselves. Music was furnished by 'I Washington, April 29.While scores j ]Harry Canova. that you are due us space for the Butler, 'made a short talk in whichhe ,
Messrs. Will Warren, Jack Andrews publication this letter. However, told ;cf then.ups and downs and''
this precinct would fill out the returns ,of Americans continued their hurried "Medley'of Southern Airs," choir11
to be certified to the county canvassing and Ellery Thomas: Mr. A. G.i exodus from Mexico and Bragidier- and audience. if you will not grant the space free, cost of installing telephone systems.,

.board in the following form: Padgess is .an employee of the Seaboard -j I General Funston's troops were landing we will pay you for it at your regular He said his experience had convinced

Twenty-five electors voted 25 first railway company; and is a very .5 to complete the occupation of VeraI ANNIVERSARY' CELEBRATION. rate. In any event we want this him that rural telephone systems did'

choice votes for Doe; and 13 second popular young man.RITCnROBERTS.. I I I Cruz today, the representatives of letter published in full not pay at first as an investment, but > :

choice for Roe; and 12 second choice three South American governments To Be Held at Sardis Baptist Church The event to which your valuable that they paid dividends indirectly to

:votes for Jones. I I t resumed the preliminaries their June 7, 1914. correspondent, who so fully represents the town from which they radiated by

Thirteen electors voted 13 first i A quiet wedding took place at the! i j i I attempt to steer the Mexican crisisi that spirit of"Love one another," putting it in close business touch with ,

choice votes for Roe; and 7 second home of the bride's parents: Mr. andji'I(i Into the ways of peace. No intimation 9:00 a.m.-Song, "Amazing Grace," allupes, came about in the followingway the surrounding country, and that he >

choice votes for Doe;' and 6 second }Irs. W. W. Roberts, of Raiford, last of the tenor of their program has tune "Mear", by J. I. Dubose, Fanny : The officers of the Christian did not doubt that eventually, as thQ ,

choice votes for Jones. Thursday night April 23, when Mr. 'I been revealed, but it seemed probable DuBose and Jane Clark, only living church did not know anything! of a country developed, rural telephone ;

Twelve electors,voted 12 first choice Tison Ritch and Miss Ethel Robertswere that three or four days would intervene constituent members. meeting in a store building, they consented systems would pay directly as an investment .' 1
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votes for Jones; and 6 second choice joined together in the holy bondsof ,, before the next move. Whetheror Scripture reading and prayer, by for a moving picture man to 1 f;.t

votes for Doe; and 6 second choice matrimony, Rev., 1.. C. Futch offs I I not the exercise of the South American Rev. Wm. F. Malphurs. use the building for his pictures on Mr. Knight agreed to take up the- ;

votes for Roe. elating envoy's good offices would progress 9:30 a.m. Address, "The YearsThat what happened to be a the very nighton matter of direct telephone connection. jf;

The canvassing board, in tabulatingthe 'The bride was dressed in a becom to the point of actual mediation Are Gone," by H. C. Peeples. which the revival was started. The between Starke and Lake Butler with. :t

above returns in order to deter ing blue gown trimmed in white laces, was a matter of tremendous importance 10:00 awn.Thirty-seven verses of members of the church at which the the Southern Bell Telephone Company .k.

mine the nominee, find that no candi while the groom was attired in the i to be settled by later de scripture relative to Church of God, revival was in progress will all state and report at the next meeting .

date has a majority of first choice conventional black. Only a few velopments, but a spirit of optimismover delivered from memory-10 verses by that the matter has been fully and of the board. He also suggested that .i

votes, proceed by eliminating all the friends were present to witness the progress of the negotiations was Ruby Peeples, 10 verses by Ruby satisfactorily explained to them. in case the Bell company did not view

candidates except the highest and marriage. apparent in executive quarters. Ware, 10 verses by Katie DuBose, 7 Therefore, it is not a matter of which such a proposition with favor an appeal .

next highest in the first choice votes, Mr. and Mrs. Ritch will be at hometo ed to extremeefucristetervel 'p-Nevr verses by Carl Schaff. your correspondent need take notice should be made to the railroad !.

which would be Henry Jones in the their many friends in Raiford, as The army and navy today continu 10:30 a.m.-Solo, by Rev. G. W. S. it does not effect him or his businessin commission to compel them to furnish t y

above ease; and to determine ,the Mr. Ritch is engaged In the furniture ed to execute succeeding chapters in Ware. the least. We have understood us direct connection. li .

nominee they would add to the first : business there. We wish Mr. and, plans to meet any eventualities, but Quartet anthem,led by J. L. DuBose. that you are running a newspaper and Upon motion the board adjourneJ -,.

choice votes of Doe and Roe these Mrs. Ritch much happiness on the sea! interest in their movements was overshadowed Reminiscences by ex-pastors: S. S. not a sectarian or religious paper,, to meet next Tuesday evening at the

second choice votes that were castas of life. by that evinced in the workof Proctor, G. W. S. Ware, Wm. F. Mal but the tone which the space allotedto court house at 7:30 o'clock. : -

first choice for Henry Jones. The A Friend. the representatives of the South phursT.. J. Evans, and pastor S. W. the Lake Butler correspondent has -. ; .

result in the above case would be 31 American republics. The three peacemakers Sheffield. taken on is that of a strictly sectarian IN COUNTY COURT.-

for Doe, and 19 for Roe, consequently WILSON-NORMAN. are gathering all possible in 11:00 a.m.-Historical sermon by publication. Henry Anderson, of Lake Butler,

Doe would be the nominee.Of On last Sunday afternoon at 3:30 formation from both American and P.ev. S. S. Proctor.Refreshments. The matter of the moving picture was tried for assault with intent to. I '

course to get the totals before o'clock quite a number of friends Mexican sources with the aim of show is not looked upon by the two murder and was held to circuit court :: >
gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs.S. under '
any elimination are made the votes reaching some middle ground from 1:30 pjn.-Song service: (Book- bodies "scored" by your corresponded bond of $500.; Anderson was
of the several precincts are totaledfor J. Norman to witness the marriage which they may project their next Sacred Harp), J. I. DuBose, leader. as anything of any moment The< defcrded by Attorney T. G. Futch. '.'
of their
daughter, Miss Ella Norman, Anderson
each candidate, and no eliminationis move, which might include asking the Parting song: Duet, "Jerusalem." matter has been considered by themin > had been reported as a
made until the total vote of each' to Mr. Clifford Wilson, of Raiford, Huerta and the Washington govern Benediction. a brotherly spirit and there is not dispenser of booze, and on the day of {
Rev. L. C. Futch officiating.The leis
arrest the
candidate is tabulated.-Florida Me ments to set out terms on which they Doxology. ill feeling or resentment of any kind officers were informed ,
o tropolis. bride was gowned in white would proceed to mediation: If that Committee on program, G. W. S. existing between them. that he had just received:a new supply 1

-.- mulle daintily trimmed in soft laces line were followed it was suggestedthe Ware, .J I. DuBose, H. C. Peeples. i We respectfully ask that you blue of liquor and went tu search his ,: : '

A ROSE MUSICALE.At and never looked sweeter. We congratulate diplomats speedily could develop I perch any such copy and thus avoid house. Anderson prepared to resist

Mr. Wilson in winning sucha ( whether solution of the situation by the last information concerning the further controversy. and when Deputy Sheriff 'J. B. Dov/1-

Home of CoL W. T. Weeks at : fair companion. The groom was peaceful means were possible. movements of Simmons or his associ Yours very truly, ing and Marshal, M.. Wells attempted -
8:30 attired in the conventional black. Mr. to force
Friday Evening. : Villa to Remain XentraL ates. A radiogram from the steamer C. F. Rivers, th- door 'open Anderson

and Mrs. Wilson left immediatelyafter A report today that Carranza and Oroconian off Key West last .night Elder Christian"Church.COMMENCEMENT fired pointblank at them with. a shotgun -

The Rose Musicale to be given tonight their marriage for Raiford, Villa, the constitutionalist leaders, had stated that she had a number of refugees but shot wide of, the mark and
by the Choral Club promisesan where they will make their home. was promptly taken into custody.J. .
agred to remain neutral in dealings aboard. EXERCISES
evening of rare enjoyment to all We wish them most
a happy and A. Anderson
I between Huerta and the American Supplemental reports from Rear The baccalaureate service of was arranged upon

who attend. prosperous life. government "so long as there was no Admiral Badger toddy ,stated that commencement exercises of the dea charge of selling liquor, f>ut the ease

The bright and varied program consists A Friend. | invasion of their territory" was an wounded marines and bluejackets on ford County High School will be heldat ] had to be continued until :some of the

will be mostly rendered of old in familiar a highly songs pleasing and encouraging development. the hospital ship Solace continued to the Baptist 'church on Sunday 1 witnesses in the case. could be located.CUTTING .

A CORRECTION. News that American Consul Schmutz gain and that critical cases appeared May the tenth, eleven o'clock a.m.
manner by a mixed chorus of AFFAIR.
thirty In referring to the sale of 1000 and 110 other Americans who had hopeful Fifty-nine wounded still are Dr. A. P. Montague, president o i: f .
voices. Other numbers solos As the result of fl
are a quarrel Utwt.vi
'trio head of stock cattle by Mr. E. E. been detained in Aguas Callentes by under treatment. Columbia College, will preach the sermon :
and ladies' choruses all of Eddie Dyal and
unusual Grn at Wfcitten's
Canova in last week's Telegraph we federal soldiers had been released, News of the continued Constitution on that occasion. -
sweetness and charm. still,
near Raiford.
were in error in stating, as we were and attack received The commencement exercises Saturday
were safe in Mexico City on their alists' on Tampico was proper;
A* its name indicates the affair is night Eddie Dyal U reported U ..
positively informed, that Mr. Canon way to Vera Cruz was a relievingit at the Navy Department Rear will take place on the evening of in
a r<*e musicale and beautiful a serious eoiuhtH from wound
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will be kaJ said al! his cattle and would q I feature of a tense situation created Admiral Mayo, stated, however, that Monday, May the eleventh, in the inflicted
used in abundance both as by Green with a picket knife
the cattle business. Mr. Canova advises by previous reports that citizens of there did not seem to be any serious high school auditorium. Dr. J. A.
decorations and as favors for the Dyed was stabled heirs the ..0".....
us that he did not sell all his the United States had been subject attempt to take the city. He said Thackston, dean of the educational r
gue ta. Refreshments will be served blade and the muscle! ",f H* 1iht
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cattle, but that he reserved several to persecution. the number of Constitutionalists was department of the University of Florida
after the program. arm was rut Gr.... wet arr*.t-4 !
hundred head and is ready to buy> Refugees continued to arrive at small and that they did not have any will deliver till commencement Deputy Sheriff gait asr6,

more. The price received for the I Vera Cruz from the Huerta capital artillery. address. A complete program will lmuk
BEING 1 Marshal Itowtin. of R.((". Ut .
DISCOVERED.Mr *
cattle sold last week was 112 a head. and special trains today were to pickup Admiral Mayo has arranged for 120 be given in next week's issue of th lf I understand
was Uu fffUatoj 4
Emit Rtinlendorff! of Ulinoii, additional foreigners between American refugees not at Versant Ttterra h. |"!I *
the
settled .
ra outsluh f fowl W,*
rwntly purchased a lot-of ten am TO TilE PUBLIC. Mexico City and the roast The tray s- to work their way down the river to th
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from C L Peek Is Son. between If there it any doubt by any one, port Hancock was sent from Vera LaBarra. where they will find a have HARLEV-MILLS. I Green arr**!** t.5f IJPIthe twit a<4

SUrkt and klnrWy Ikf. with ifri.- that the Tax Collector's Books haveit Cm to Puerto, Mexico to tale away on the United States war veml Mr. W. f' HarivT., of Sates aM doela'e t....

m*et that thirty mrrw nor*, in *'I not beta kept in proper shape sine rtfurrrt arriving from the interior Th* 'lI .r-d"adnoul'ht New York, Misr Molly Mills, of Stark. n,. ...... -

"nitty I* t.U for himself and I bare been Tax Collector of $ a dby tr* Tehaanteptc Railroad! j flagship of th* new special service i I united h nurture *t the .lickflft rfl t riffNML CUBE Tiff o.t

frinJt a rrtMMuM tint. nlwktv f.rd county, it would be a Brat tars or Reports at the Navy Departmentid smiH-on, took on owl at ]lamp tart! ReY, sod Sirs, W, F. Sldphwn Tlwrs. I n. 'tlt' ertial bi I.. ..

.)f I'Hk..w to 11..." R. lid!. a! 5, U as. fe. sold prtk to iamln said J stated that Charles F. ShnmoMrwl I Pleads yesterday and resumed A.r day afternoon April & ia thf pm ........,. Ih, t. i. h .i1

'tl".". fVttjr acm Just s aiAPrsrpmsa of hwkt. wed satisfy thtmwltr t*..! in )f.wntJ' Mrrh II.wfc : -u" fr Mains waters today. F VI e s*. *f a trw trkade. In )I&tb"I tt.t..... asst ....... le ,".t.,..elf. .

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Hare You Trouble
4 HOLD YOUR ORDERS FOR Poultry ?

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AMERICAN FENCEMY Most Irritating Brand Is Used aD pouter tt Vie ire due tot dterdmd few. .IlL .ill.j.'
I Thousands nim who OM it aO ytr
CAR OF AMERICAN FENCE WILL BE.IN ABOUT APRIL 25TH. In the Postoffices. round to keep their flocks la good n..W., bigy/. a =

AND I WILL SELL UPON DAY OF ARRIVAL recoiDmeDd" .ClMtL. lit

pteiJ AT PER MILE. CASH. IhI .... .
1346 x 12 FENCE $89.00 STOCK ft FOULTIT
BY MAILi Be De e t
SENDING A PARCEL ,
tlj COME AND LEAVE YOUR ORDER SO YOU WILL BE SURE TO BE i! | MEDICINE

SUPPLIED. DO IT NOW.
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Hardware De Witt C. Jones Lumber JJ Experience of an English Tourist Who, It's a liver Medicine lie, SOc ... '1. '" _

With Joyous Confidence Undertookto Also a strengthlng.Tonlc. AI rov ......
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fiffffffftfffttff Soon it is in the intestines where it Opportunity. ._,

f grows, to ,be an adult and sucks the In one of the old Greek cities there In all innocence and lightness of "

.+ HOOKWORM +( blood of the patient and lays eggs,, stood long ago a statue. |'But Every trace heart 1 set out one morning to send a GIVE THE BURGLAR THE"HAHA !
of it,has vanished now. there is small parcel to England from the town
f the generation before did. t '
'+ + + + + + + +. The just as isn't a pleasant one to I still in existence an epigram which in Germany where I was staying. At BANK YOUR,CASH WITH US'i
+ + + + + + + + I ,process gives us an excellent description of it, the, postoifice I was confronted by I -
Nearly a billion people live in the think about, but if the people of Florida and as we read tbe words we can surely three booking office windows, each

i:. 'hookworm belt. thought more about it, if they realized discover the lesson which those wise having a weird and formidable inscription II I

: It stretches around the earth, sixtysix I how this disgusting parasite i old Greeks meant that the statue I over it. These Inscriptions were I I

l : degrees wide. It includes for I makes human bodies its. habitation, should teach to every passerby. not to be comprehended) at a glance;
f,, con i I '
Tbe epigram Ii in the form of a -
into their inmost so, not wishing to at them too
r: ty-seven countries with an area of. burrowing recesses I gaze up t : .
:::: .\ fifteen million square miles, and Florida -: and sapping their ,vitality, it mightbe statue versatlon between traveler and tbe long. I selected the least crowded window
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is within this belt. possible to carry out more quickly and Lauded over my parcelIt Y &
r. "What is thy name. 0 Statue? was promptly returned to me with a O
t_ In this vast area which is the home this campaign'against the resulting "I am called Opportunity." curt "Go to the next window!" It- ( '

f of about one-third of the world's population disease. And remember, no micro- "Wbo made thee* was just that window I specially wish-

the, disease is almost the scope is necessary to find anli identifythe "Lysippus. ed to avoid, being the most crowded.,

'\, easiest thing to get rid of, excepting hookworm. The hairlike work, "Why art thou upon thy toesr but I waited my turn and then made k471It.:

t: money-the easiest of all diseases small as it is, is still large enoughto "To show that I stay but a moment"" I another attempt. The '>fflclal looked

!1: that reduce the working efficiency of be seen without glasses. Hookworm "Why" bast tbou wings. upon thy at me'sternly."Ive ,
feet
of each bun- infection in individuals however ? yr:: the circulars he asked.
mankind. Ninety one
show bow
"To
quickly pass by.1 "N ,." I ri'M'led:!
is denoted the of + : faintly.
', hundred of the working population off by presence eggs "Bat is hair
way thy so long on thy
.Porto Rico had the disease in 1904,. in the feces,, and can'only be seen forehead?" lie band.-! me three circulars for //
whkh I lu..l to pay a small sum and k&W1Iqff////i/
l.. but under systematic treatment the through the microscope.It That men may seize me as they which I was requested to fill up. Picking lySOME'people
has been demonstrated beyondthe .
eases in that country are being reduced meet me. up my parcel. I sat down to study
of that the "Why, then Is thy bead so bald behind .
: by twenty thousand a year. At necessity argument those .circulars. They were ,covered
;.'. least ninety per cent of the people of ground itch, caused by the hookwormis ?" with' Instructions, the language used
the starting point of the disease. 'To show that when 1 have once and effect
.f" Colombia, living between sea level was magnificent the was
; : and the line of three thousand feet I The parasite cannot penetrate leather passed I cannot be caught"Pelitics : overwhelming that I found it difficult -i *

therefore, the child who wears to grasp what I was instructedto "i
of the
f elevation have it. OneJialf ;
In Franc extend invitations the THIEF AND
to HOLDUP 1fIJ
do. If were not filled
; population of British Guiana has it; i shoes can not be a victim. Only the Americans generally know as little my papers up ..
accurately it was not from untruthfulness on their persons' or in their homes large'sums of ;!
: almost two million of the people of I child, or the person, who goes bare about French politics as Frenchmen money
but owing to my limited German A CHECK BOOK is of to the thief.
India have it and it is estimated that footed or who wears leaky shoes, can know about ours. Issues, methods vocabulary.By no use professional Still

3 '% three of every four of the people in be attacked. An abrasion of the skin and parties in the two countries are the time I bad described the check is AS GOOD AS CASH to the tradesman or .for 'the immediate'household ':

is not for the hookworm is radically different In France partiesare wants. If haven't bank acccunt .
\. .Southern China are afflicted necessary, parcel, the gross weight thereof in you a ;
!; : How many of Florida's population not stopped by the skin of the body. so many in number and so smallIn grams and kilograms, the gross

t ,. have it? To wear shoes is, to prevent the designated membership as that they rather are than usually as value thereof in marks and pfennigs OPEN ONE TODAY.
groups
) No of' hookworm patients disease. As a further precaution the and given a detailed description of
census
It is to
parties. always necessary com- We solicit
eacb article contained therein with account.
has been taken, but within the past pollution of the'soil by the excretaof bine the forces of three or more of your
: its and felt
separate weight value I
c two years a canvass was made of the the sufferers from the disease must them to constitute a majority in the
like an old inhabitant of that postoffice.
} country schools in the central part be prevented. < chamber of deputies and that can be I had seen as It were, generation after BANK OF STARKE f

;-. .of the State, with the result that more The State Board of Health is working -' done only by giving each group'a representation generation of stamp purchasers come _.

than six thousand cases .were.discovit. with the same methods that have system in tbe of cabinet France Tbe resembles parliamentary sad go. and still I remained. As to E. S. Matthews, Pres. Ted H. Halligan, Cashier ;;

: ered or more than one-half of the been endorsed and adopted by the Great'Britain the weights my idea of kilogramswas ,:<.'"
that of in this When
f-' school children who were examined Rockefeller Sanitary Commission, but the chamber gives a vote adverse to about on a par with my knowledge : .

r..f The economic loss caused by the having the interests of Florida in its the ministry, the ministry resigns. But of definite Integrals. However I

disease is beyond estimate, because it particular charge, it is asking the that means only that a new alliance is did my best. I guessed at the prob-

affects directly the physical efficien- people of this State to work with it formed that includes groups other than able weight of tbe parcel and diviJed
the articles into It. J. R. DAVIS & CO.
t= cy of its victims. It dulls their intellectual in this fight. It urges the coopera- those represented In the retiring min At length I same to the end. ana. .

;.'. capacity and by weakening tion of parents, for in this section istry. As a consequence It usually feeling like a candidate at an exam- I ,
'J: thedisease finds few victims among happens that some members of the defeated I
the system it makes the way'easier nation I gathered up my papers and
cabinet are retained In the cabinet -
for the attack of other diseases, some adults, for the reason that few grown: tbat succeeds.. it-Youth's Com tbe parcel and went over to the win-
:of.-them 1 most virulent and active. people go without shoes. The Board i panion. dow. After waiting my turn I handed INSURANCESTARKE

asks that if'the disease is over the papers. The official glancedat [
Actual observation in various locali- suspected I ".. ,
,. ties has demonstrated that persons a specimen of the stool be submitted I I Napo aed the ",". I. frowned.them, then fit ,the .parcel, and'

suffering from the disease are capableof for examination in the laboratory of I j I Whenapoll'lo was a young cadet "Did .
weigh the articles? he
Performing, .and 'actually do per- the Board. If the result shows the ,, he went on one occasion to witness asked sternly.you '
of the disease the tbe ascent of n balloon in the Champs, = FLORIDA
': '" form, from one-half to two-thirds presence family "Ya-a-a!; I stammered. a
de Mars. He entered the
unperceived .
if r. '. less work than when .in normal con- doctor will do the rest. And more Inclosure which contained the balloon, "Then go home and weigh them 1

: ditions of health. Reports from every than this-if any person or person which was then very nearly full and again. You have put them down at

{ 'part of the world where'the, ailment cannot afford. the services of a family about to ascend and requested the half a tonfThere .'
doctor, the Board will furnish the was no help ,for it With a J
;r prevails, show practically the same aeronaut to allow him to enter the .
.
e9. results. The sufferers appear to lose treatment free of charge, through its car. The request however was refused Sigh I gathered up my papers and -

field dispensaries.Write the reason given being that the went back to a secluded corner. After j
tf.'I all ambition and most of their energy.

r.:f They move about in 'a sort of mental to the State Board of Health, the feelings aeronaut of the boy might embarrass again patiently presented reducing the: all papers.the weights This time I i. International harvester:

1k:, and moral lethargy to save funeral ex- at Jacksonville, Tampa or Pensacolaand
:
.
they wea passed and I.was sent on
"Though I I fear neitherthe
Jt f penses. indifferent as to when the final find out all about it, how to have power of am earth young.nor of the air!" to the next department where I'bad ito Farm WagonsThe

; ; :obsequies may become necessary. the examination, etc. Bonaparte Is reported to have ex purchase and'fill up another document I .

I' 'Yet the hookworm disease is almost This is an excellent opportunity for claimed.On I was now getting into form

the easiest.to be mastered of all the people of Florida to<< add a good being requested to retire the lit and this paper was soon dealt with. I i

,. the physical troubles that attack mankind many million of dollars each year to tie cadet enraged at tbe refusal drew Then with my heart beating fast I 1

&: a dose of epsom salts, ,follow- their working efficiency, with the certainty his sword nod slitting the balloon In handed over the parcel. It was once I
) of larger and several places destroyed the apparatus more returned to me. The official said
ed by a dose of thymol and by a second increasing returns
he
could not take It In that condition-
which had been constructed with infinite

1 dose of salts. Thymol is made as "present generation of labor and ingenuity It was Insecurely made up.

; from the thyme that in most children grows to maturity. Now. If
r".r grows ; Suc'bfilS Napoleon's first and last there Is one thing upon which
'.: s veil regulated gardens, and it is just S attempt to ascend in 1l balloon. I pride myself it Is upon the neat way

about as simple and as harmless in its I Strict About Guns. in which I turn out a parcel So.

A action as the epsom salts. Usuallyope Any sue who handles i> gun in Germany '--- ..--. smothering my Indignation as well as

is held 10 more strict accountability I could I assured him that it would
treatment is effective; if not, the TRAGIC SLEEPWALKING.Incident .
tluci in America. A member of be all right that It was perfectly safe
second one will be. Futhermore the --
'
:i blIIt:::;: party in Prussian Saxony and that there was nothing in it which
disease is one that lends itself to Upon Which Bellini Based Hi.
asked permission of a comrade to examine was breakable. He repeated firmly
. r quick results. It changes lazy, good- his gun. Tbe owner handed it Celebrated Opra. that it was insecure and that be could '
,, for-nothing boys and girls into Somnambulists cau maintain their IHCLine see: the Weber and j
sprightly over and while tile man was examining not take it So I sadly collected my UNTIL you 1914
energetic individuals within a : it the gun was discharged instantly footing in the most,&perilous places so papers and the parcel and went hometo GiAm MACHINES AND RAY wagons,. you cannot beg
few weeks. But the difficulty killing' n woman standing Ions as they remain in a state of somnambulism dinner. '. '
greatest young but if suddenly awakened t Kram posted on the latestimprovements on farm 5\
!
:, :: that is found by those who are 1 near by. The owner of the gun was they instantly lone their self I spent all the afternoon trying to !WI. 5tacUra wagons. Weber and Columbus wagons :
'
systematically fighting the disease is sentenced to one year's imprisonment. and balance. possession purchase cardboard box of exactlythe &r : A-grade, built to the_'highest standards ia every .

": not in curing it, but in inducing the while tbe Ulan who was handling the On occasion right proportions and some water- COil IlACBIKES detail, are also I ? .
one a liv- rlinUra. PkkmBnJtn
sufferers to be cured, to accept salva- gun .has The to serve held only a six montbs'term. log in Dresden was young seen at woman midnight proof, cloth to wrap round it 1 next CibinUnEuiiaf ", The Only Fifth Wheel Farm Wagons on the Market k
court that the
owner procured a stick of healing wax and a t CrtenSkllm.
tion for themselves or their children. was criminally negligent in not withdrawing walking on the edge; of the roof of he German sell.' md by the time I had Sknrtten The International fifth wheel (patent applied for)*
Florida's State honse. Her TILLAGE is worth a trip to town to see. Because it prevents
Board of Health is family were Immediately
the cartridge The man who finished that Pc SprivfTnu.BJDufctUmw .
parcel looked as if it > the pulling
up or pitching of the front bolster it JS
t: working to eradicate the disease from held told of her plight but were afraid to ||
the
weapon was treated more were prepared to travel to the north C. tint.n one of the best improvements ever put on the farm=;-I
I/ its jurisdiction. It is trying 'to discover leniently because he was an Inexperienced go near her. The ueighlwrs gathered pole. GENERAL LINE wagon. It means no more bent and broken king t.! "

the infection, to induce the use hunter. about the house and placed mattressesand It was now getting toward evening.and Oil 03"Tractors d Gas Eifbtf life -no more bent and broken circle irons-longer j I
blankets I along I the street in hopes Hum Sfmttcn for the wagon, and easier work for the horses t J
a;:} ', of the simple cure, and the next hardest I was feeling wearied after myday.s
that they might: save her in case SUP I crap SepanUnFUTB See the International.fifth. wheel on Weber aadf[
; ; f 'task will be to keep the infection No Pariicular'Hurry. work, so I besought my brothera WxfvaiHatorTnd Columbus %
wagons.
i-: .' out. It is largely a matter of education Brown and his wife were at a mov fell.She d.iiH-ed for willing guileless youth-to take it nn.Mn If you will write to us, we will send you catalogues';
; + over an hour on the 1
,t'A to show the serious harm that ing picture show. to the po.\toQce. lie took it so inno- GnitDrfbFeedGrmden and information about this and other improvements '
In the [play on the screen the .villain slanting roof apparently retaining her cently that conscience farm
: is caused to demonstrate in ay reproachedme Kiife GrWen on wagons and will tell you where you Mj. ;]
every had just, thrown the hero from ahigh balance: : wit'mnt\ difficulty! and every for not having given him a word B.Mertw..t see the wagons. '

+f 'community how easily it may be banished cliff "' now ami tI.l'n'1I! t' would advance to of warning. He was a long time gone Liernt&mal Harvester Company America
, and to enlist to of the t'dplld bow to the silent
co-operation "Oh exclaimed Mrs. Brown. "1 hope crowd but that was to be expected. WhenI '

' .. the people of the Stat to keep it un- the officers Lurry up and catch the standing many feet below her. saw him come in my heart sank in Hocorpontcd) ______
der control. wretch!" At last .she climbed down on to the despair. mm I Jacksonville fla

I The effects of the disease have been "Have patience, dear." said her hus- wide glitter which ran in front of the "They. wont; take It like this. he QampiGI Deem, HtCorakk. Khnde. OtlaM Flan

y described. Its cause may be told band.The operator is 'turning the window through which she bad come said cheerfully. ....--
.
reel as' fast he with the evident: intention of
as dares.-Judge. reentering I groaned and asked
: ,
L. .. again and again, if for no other reason the house The crowd watcains "Why notr"There's .
.. than to inspire disgust with it
her so intently drew u sigh of 'relief
Borneo's Animal Curiosities.In < not r. -
enough sealing wax
: The I
; hookworm lives ,
in
the
intestines Hut. IlUro tlliJah> her I ->
Borneo winged creatures are encountered ly terrified rcla ou It. .
: of the human body and sucks ;r where one would least ex- fives; thinking! to nssNt her. had placed i "Not enough sealing wax?' 1 cried

? the blood of the patient. It injects pect them Flying fish the size 'of two lightedaudit's in the room near I Incredulously. Bradford County!

.,".' a poison into the system.( It lays! herrings are found in all the waters ..\\'hllowlIl1d! as she approached the .',so. You must put a blob wherever

r' .thousands of eggs which are passed and there is the flying: fox. the well light fell directly In her eyes. the string crosses and wberever there'sa _

-.out of the body in the excreta. These known fruit eating bat which the Malaya Instantly the sh:>ck awakened her knot"In Abstract

4 eggs hatch young worms which live .. -, call-"kruang.* and >he swayed<< hark and forth in her desperation I seized! the sealingwax Company :1

3. in the ,dirt for several days and dev-I jieriloiN |position:>then with a frightful! and worked away until 1 had
elop into what are called encysted "..'.,'. Unsympathetic. fI (':IU.' she fell headlong to the ground used It to the last speck and the parcel A complete record Bradford County lands jH

;; < embryos. The embryos burrow into} 'Does .Ilia bring her troubles to you She nas fatally hurt and died Int was one Intricate mass of string Land Titles Real Estate Inv
now us she u r the feet of children or of who 1 I conveyed it once '
! persons i "Xo; ,not.situ-e I liegan pointing ont Bellini wrote his celebrated opera "LaSonnumlwa. I more to the .
r- barefooted and : postoffice. It was now almost -
go
produce ground to her that she wn to blame for havIng ." .L_' ..
::1- .. closing time and the officials -
itch -
a "
. complaint almost as familiar inFlorida hem.*-Rciston Tra I
' ; .nscript. were In a hurry to get away. 1 handed Answer of a Diplomat.
as the
stomachache in baby- -- 1 !
I / over the papers and the parcel with- "You replace Dr. Franklin. said tbe VOIDS &LaGBl
land.Once One Better. taking' Fares out word.. French prime minister Count de Ver-

2 under the skin the worm gets Flr t Irate iieutleman-Wlien: I 'its a I S:'J"t'f'I >:iw ti man in :t n.1oW Two minutes later I walked out of gennes. to Thomas! Jefferson, the newly 5 or 6 doses 606 Will

D into the blood stream; then through man V rememlier* it. Second Irate making* fa--v. tudav. -$ymple-What the postoffice with Joy in my heart anda arrived representative of the United any case of Chills & Fever;.
the circulation into the lungs, where GentlemanWell.. wha I 'Its one V ws s iw' M\\.j. :j that |nr? SaiutFor .aconprr smile of satisfaction States. "1 merely succeed him. No &
on my face. 1 LaGrippe it acts on .
.
;
.
". dun't.- .'UdtiU Pllllrtl. ..ks.. al "
He b
it is ,
j ,.coughed up and Jeweler.- had sent the one could replace him was Jefferson'
,' .'-1 .-. ;( 'swallOWed.f I.VII'I: 'ttl. parcel off.-London !amity reply. better than Calomel and < 1
"" "'" r. Herald.
i.t't.Y ., : -"" gripe or sicken. Price 2* j
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.x ]W i-.l 'i : -1f: :P 11 1 ':;;" tR, l-fl'l .i'.',. : ""v:!: :f!; ,:d- :ii'.i'" _, 7 '-
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i; "ft dO. 4 fromtheramdiof.aW.Basstonorthern ,,tke fare sad'be bcficics it wffl" -be s. ?Ii :.t r -,* ":-,'- > -- -4f-
... Whs Says Hw Haw lio 9nm T Fa<. ef Manful'Ne,., .
,4- "" I' I clttie merchants+ tW..UII:'"paJi lc:'Tentart. 'from" the ovtstt 1Hens hare no-balna" fettetd die -* **ttamifltBtiHart br maaytbat 1- ,

:Wi .. George Rabat, who win tvaoafe tiufarnCgivesftwt wife et Btudrrm farmer sic bead the rums Marital Na- -
ilf w e_were enable. ,to-obtaiq,.batttisdrt,, a u Ney whom' a.
; 'St&XEThiagi N"yy, ., S', one int.eU1W"Cfaeta 'a r.r>id w innwtdwtrtb* IMS* poteen' .aIeI the."IraYert,,of, tfce -
.I.J.loV.JI ,> the term of the deal then'wiD be
},i. : place nbunld bays nlantarUy. brave" was not'executed '
V '" # \ about stoat crabs sad ays' that while tag abe sse.ghs 'as Meshes

); shipped on May 5th 800 head of'fat the demand is-greater than the supply ., makes him eat to have been bat sueeeeded. -.

III cattle, 550 head of. Una shipment Will there are 'plenty of them to be Before 1 could challenge- WMBao'x by: the help of rienda fa making -
'
utatemeat the ben bj lit brfHiaststntegk Ids escape to.America 'where be '
ill In Floridt as Told go to Louisiana and 250 head to West caught jrat in the ,pit and:that u
That Are Happening movrtiient compieteJj; riadetl lived to an .advanced age. dying in
Virginia. :The demand has been great oon 's.he has peat constructed he i
herpunovr and with a triutnpbaDt peace in his.own:'be d. The theory as
By Our Exchanges.- .JJ for Florida cattle, especially from will take a fishing boat and go to the cackle disappeared in. the tall gnwa. advocated by many Is that Key west to .

Osceola county, perhaps, the 'best gulf;with crab 'nets and bring back The method of her escape ,showed North Carolina, became a school teacher r .

: grade of cattle to be found in the enough crab to stock the farm. ItI brain there rould _.00 twoopiatocsibonj and made may friends. td the more

said that that but it was ber cackle taatsboolii intimate of whom he confided his secret.
.v state is raised. Another deal of perhaps -I is a stake crab grows to foil
majority the peo-l!' To,The Packer: In ,regard to the IJ3W head of fat cattle is now, size in eight months: and that they.. have settled any waverias But there c b not much to the -/

\ By a,very' large peach crop in the Seville section winsay pending between some of our leading I:l will breed in captivity. A small stone duubt in the mind of her detractor far story except its Dove1t7.Se' Turk'
? Palatka on Tuesday of last that cackle was uttered at exactly: the American.By. 4
-ple:of we have the best crop we have cattle men and the Miller' Brothersof crab farm, it is stated, was operatedhere

ti reek voted to establish,a commission'form had in years. I believe,there will be ranch 101 of Oklahoma but ,this some time ago too, end Mr.t,not right 9 moment,second too not an late.instant And too it .takes soon.I the Explosion Route. '

;' of government for that city i 10,000 crates around here. Prospects shipment will not be made for a few Mitchell sees no reason why such a brain* to know Just when to-cackle.; History Professor The Americana

(That the Alabama-Georgia Syrup are bright for a good'watermelon weeks, yet, however, but' is sufficient, farm- on a large, scale should not be Atlantic., are the aeksowtedged reformers of the
to show that when the best cattle are a smsa, world. ew.caa you even mention.
Company, one of the best known deal- 1 There are about '100 acres! I I l ;
crop. wanted the outside merchants know The New Way. my dear sir. any Englishman_who endeavored -
en in cane' and syrup in the country planted and'they have just begun to where to come to get them.Kissimmee The Packer man this week attendedthe Dorothy and Eleanor met one mon- 't. raise legislation to a hlsnw -

I t trill in a few nwntha have a Jackson'riDe run I think there' will be at least Gazette. demonstration given by Mr. J. P.t Inc out at the country club. plane!' Student Tea sir; Gay

.' plant, u now practically assured.Henry 50 cars shipped from this point. The t Campbell at his experiment farm west "Doea Florence loot any different I'awtes.tnii1 Lampoon.

boxed the largest coming orange crop is the best in the .It is not generally' wn that of the city. Mr. Campbell is the'' sire she and ber husband. have separated -T

Tandy Aup, far,history of this section. I never\;saw- Florida soil and climate is suitable manufacturer of the Campbell auto :" asked Dorothy Thy Use a Let of CoaL .

cluster of grapefruit reported so -: such a erop of bloom in all my: exsperienee' for the culture of rye, but that Has is matic irrigating sprinkler and the "Ob. yes." was the reply. "She The coal required for one journey between -
Petersburg
;and shipped it Saturday St. wears' her hair ala divorce."
; and New York the
by
The truckers here are in a gross error has been proven this,. demonstration was for the growers Liverpool
for exh1 ition. (There were over -Heuvensr' exclaimed Dorothy
it foil blast shipping their crop of newpotatoes year by.J. H. Brunt, originally from and newspaper men to many of whomit Hula present day big Atlantic Unwould
fruit and crated tbatr
fifty well formed In trains of trucks
thirty
The railroad(, the yield is fully 50 'frer New Jersey, who lives south of townon was a revelation on how to irrigate.He -\Yby. smiled Eleanor "parted ef twenty-two
weighed 323 pounds. each tract containing ten toga
A. B. Preratt. '' Wire Road. Agricultural Adviser has three and one-half "
set Henry back $3: but he cent short acres cov- course. -Detroit Free Press..
company Soar brought to the Banner office ered with the rotary overhead
irrigating
thinks ifs worth that much to At the last meeting of the City Going to law is losing a cow for the
what Winter Haven trees can show j Wednesday samples. the rye grownon system. The different stand Horse Dentists.. sake of a cat-Chinese 1'rorerb.
Council resolution was adopted
a
providing this land without fertilizer pipes of, inch k
any three-quarter pipes are :. ,
Winter Haven Chief. the of electionfor Horse dente t* do, a lucrative business r
I for calling an of any kind, and which measured on six to eight feet high and are 50 feet in New Zealand' by traveling from

On land which Karl Bryant has the purpose of authorizing an issue an average of six feet in height Prof.A. apart. On top of each ,is a rotary district to Uktri'-t in the country 'and Home Conu".tion..

leased from George W. Lightsey a of bonds for public improvements; P. Spencer, who is connected with double nozzle that throws a spray 27 examining teams of horses and treating Why bar e .v"u iuit-tv>.t"' l J latr...,ifhs

few miles down the boulevard, 'was The amount of the bond issue is.: tollOOOO..dIvided the Department of ,Agriculture, and I to 30.feet and covers the ground like them if necessary the iupuv" ,
collard $ as follows: Water rain. Mr. t "Welt.* rv[>iW young 31r'L T .rMiM."my .
grown during the past season, a is District Manager of the Farm Campbell estimates that

which weighs eighteen pounds. system 535,000; sanitary and storm Demonstration Work for this sectioncf 15 acres can be covered with a 100 The Other Side. .. bttebnud per%Uu ID talking about
severs $25)000) ; street paving, $,10o ,- horse "I till llou. being married is mightily banking and currency. I thought I'd
The collard was planted in Decemberand the state, says this is the finest power.engine and pump and .
follow nts example and,try to act wise
?a. Pursuant to this resolution adopted = nsive.
this Is the first time the groundhas rys he has ever seen, notwithstandingthe will suply gallons of water;; a min- exp of
about something tb.tr neither us un-
Hon. C. J.,, "Tine font it's absolute
the City Council economycompnred
ty I
col- fact that he reared in ute.: This
produced a crop. An average j was Canada practically would be cover- derstendWashington; Star.I .
lard weighs from six to eight pounds.) Majory, Mayor of the city, has' issueda r.nd has been connected with the Farm i ing the entire 15' acres with a half-! wth beins engaged.::

'Some fine peppers are also being i proclamation and call for an elec- Demonstration Departments cf other' inch of water in two hours time.I "' I

'grown on this land, which is located t tion to decide the question. The date states, having lived for some time in' Another feature besides the overhead

below the old shell mound.-Fort I selected for the election is May 24th, Virginia. Mr. Soar is very enthusiastic rotary system were lines of horizontal

Myers Press.A and the polls are to be opened from over this aye, and is preparingto perforated iron pipes which are con-

'I 8 am. till sundown. ITo j send of it to tinually hah
some Gainesville making a turn, first When You Want
in I
voluntary,petition bankruptcy I The Packer: Regarding the where it will be used as an exhibit on spraying on one side of the line of .
the
in
was filed yesterday afternoon the Florida Booster Train which.will pipes and then .
pineapple in this section, the on the other. The
crop r
office of the clerk of the United States will-begin to move about June 1.1| leave there this fall. Some of this pipes are turned by attached hydraulic

court by W. A. Blount, who petitioned crop is also exhibition at the engine and is A Horse A
I probably a few cars earlier. The rye on Super operated by the waterthat \ Mulel
to be adjudged a bankruptThe
and liabilities I severe frost in March hurt the crop intendent's office. at the court house. is'afterwards forced through the .
schedule of assets -
'considerably and the output fromFlorida -Dade City Banner. perforated pipes to irrigate the fields.
were filed with the petition, manyof :
This
will be only about 1,000 cars.) The of 1914 of hydraulic engine is small and f
the liabilities being endorsementsof year gives promise
Pines will be scarce on account of light and is a recent invention of Mr. Buggy Wagon .
paper of others and also in guaranteeing rich returns to the Florida fruit grow I .
the cold weather and smaller in size Campbell and is capable of turning
First and raiser. The citrus
a loan of $100,000 for the er vegetable .
'National' Bank from a French-bank- than last year. ,The frost damage: crop of more than seven million boxes continually a thousand feet of pipe

Ing house. The petition will take its from 30 to 40 per cent. and there will i is nearly all sold, and at good prices. and only consuming the energy of two A Set of Harness 1-

usual course.-Pensacola Journal.A. I I I I I be a lot of bald heads, as crowness I I The vegetable raisers are now at the I pounds cheaper pressure..than the This system is no
rotary overhead
pines are called. The rains recentlywill
height of their busy season, and trainloads -
J. Smith, who resides in the help and as the weather is now I of vegetables tomatoes system but meets the demon 'ilSe '

southern part of;the city near the warm and pleasant the fruit is progressing !C|and, potatoes, are rolling mainly out of the whp installed.have the horizontal pipet already I Come to See UsWe

residence of Mayor Whitehurst, rapidly.,'- Blue Diamond State to the markets of the North .

seems to have grown the largest tomato Fruit Co., Robt T. Garrison, president ''and'West What is more, the produceis

in this section this ,season, being disposed of at very satisfactory Stjry Tellers and Liars.A buy in car lots and give our 'customers
chap be a great story teller
;:laving grown one in his garden that may the benefit of the lowest ,
Cold weather and prices.
prices. occasional -
!;measures ,14 inches in cireumferenee.Of Vice-President and Mrs. Thomas R. when bes out at night: with the crowd, tJ.
*' full Marshall passed through the city yes- frosts held in check the growth but bit only"a plain ordinary everyday
this not
course one was grown
of tomatoes and Irish potatoes; there liar without any originality at
terday morning, en'route to Washington -
when picked, andthere will soon be' considerable done and that. when be hum and brains t
was replanting gets :
others on the same patch to "outside"i from Fort Myers, where Mr. Mar- in consequence the explain why be stayed uut MJ late- 1
delivered shipping season J. W ANDREWS & SON
shall was the guest of and
but it will serve to
this one, give a will extend up to the first of June. Philadelphia .InsurerOutspoken.,
fair idea of'what the Plant City I an address to the Florida State Press Prices, however, should be good all ,
Association last week. At the depot
section is of .
capable, producing.-
the for the
through season reason
Courier. the vice-president said that he was so I iarrulous-1 inmy }
Plant Mrs outspoken
City a I that the Florida will be out of .was I
pleased with''his trip to Florida that crops M itituent at tbt ,Inii tl'N aftern
I
George Giles sit Company shipped, the way before Texas and the Carolinas Starke, Florida
he intended, if possible, to spend a *>n. H r HusKmd-I rail t..I1.\
1:,yesterday'to Louisiana two carloads part of each winter in the state., He I begin their heavy shipments. The1outlook 301$. Who ult.4llOkt'| .r
.' or '60,000 pounds of velvet beans,E was especially pleased with Jacksonville I for the 1914.15 citrus crop London 31e11.Q .

,L \cleaned,.hauled and sacked. This is which he says is one of the really could not be better. Orange and

one of the largest shipments of beans( typical and live Southern cities. grapefruit groves have put out a -

'that has ever moved from this sect, He regretted that time would not permit strong bloom and the fruit is setting N a .iins... II- -IIfII't t.S Masks. An Optimist's Opinion

I nicely promises to be a yield of 1'hewont csuc*.lIOlUttuofllowloaa..u.. Poppaea. wife of Nero invented the Ambrose fa**!";* say. "Defct k' 3
tion and represents enough money to I his stopping over for another day are cored by the vooderfnl. old reliable XMPortefi mast to guard ber completion from
lathe
stares more fellers/ in the back than
-
between and ten million boxes. relieveFtia
eight It
buy a fine house and lot They also i in the city, but because of the business'I I art Antiseptic IsMtreumetime.Healing OiL gc.: c. -Florida Homeseeker.,
shipped a small carload of 20,000 that ,is taking the attention of ,congress -

pounds of.bean hulls for.fertiIVer.orlf and the people generally, he The, largest shipment of red gum I

ed't Miami. In addition to this, he could time
thought spare no more lumber ever made from the United .
'Giles & Co. received two carloadS from his office'in the eapitoL Times- States will go out on the Danish .

brick, for the new brick block they Union, May 27.
in
steamer Kronberg now loading Pen-
are building and have another' car- .
The-News-Record sacola harbor. THE LAST
load the Ocala Star. is informed that
on
way.- The lumber is the
being shipped by
the prospects are good for, the estab-
Welaka, at the headwaters of the lishment of a great ship coaling sta- M. A. Quina Export Co. and will go .

Ocklawaha river, is making a strong tion on Tiger island, just across Ame- to Alexandria, Egypt It was cut in

bid for the establishment of a gov- lia river from Fernandina. The loca- :. Northern Mississippi by the Lamb- Georgia Sunshine Corn Whiskey .

ernment fish hatchery at thaT Fish Lumber Co., near Charleston, .
point. tion is probably the best for the purpose -
The conditions at Welaka claimed Miss, and was shipped out of Mem-
are on the whole south Atlantic
phis in solid train of 30 Thurs- That Will Ever be Offered for Sale
to be splendid for the purposes ,and coast, lying as it does with Cumberland a cars

the statement is made that the gov- sound on one side and.the great day.morning, arriving at Pensacola .

ernment boat*,the! Fish.Hawk. which harbor of Fernandina on the other, yesterday. The value of the lumberis Bottled Bond 5 Years old.

used to be engaged in hatching and 'and within less than four miles of about $18,000.00 and the rail freight -

distributing fish, found on it to Pensacola was some $3,200.I
everythingmost the open sea. The pperty has been
satisfactory when anchored in thoroughly investigated during the Geo. Land traffic manager for the I THIS TELLS THE TALE

the St. Johns at Welaka a few years past week by' representatives of an Lamb-Fish Lumber Co., is in the city. .

ago The Palatka Board of Trade I English syndicate who are'prospect- To a Journal representative last night I YOUR Florida Ttmn-Umon Sunday. Monk YOUR
has he said that previous shipments had 9, 1914.
strongly endorsed the application ing with a view of establishing suchan i
of Welaka.Times-Union. I enterprise, and it is claimed that gone through New Orleans but he LAST CHAS. BLUM CO. LAST 4

hoped to be able to ship a great deal "
\ I I they well pleased with the sur- BUYS
are so
Since,returning to St. Petersburg, if not all of the product through Pen- CHANCE GEORGIA CHANCE
Tony Janus, the head pilot of the roundings that they said it was al- cola hereafter. CORN .

Benoist air boat most certain the purchase of the island WHISKEY DEAL RUNNING INTO
which
gave three Red gum is new used for interior
day's demonstration in flying, two would be made at an early date. finishing and is said to make excellent THOUSANDS MADE' r
I I -Fernandina News-Record. Buy It Buy t
weeks ago in Sarasota is planning material for a' variety of purposes. Total of 2,150 Cases in Storage There

,t for an air boat flight' to New Yorkor A dispatch from New Smyrna When polished, it has the appearance By the Case Since Prohibition Law of 1907 By the Case

Chicago, taking as a passenger,I I Thursday of last week says: "Over- of circassion walnut and it makes a .
John T. One of the Urged deaL. wlaley that ha
McCutcheon, a famous cartoonist come with the fumes of gasoline leak- beautiful veneer for furniture.or for made the South mcmrmmatejyesterday t
net been a wu
The trip will cost $3,500 to ,ing from the tank in their boat while interior finishing.-Pensacola Journal by the Guile* Blura Company. wcD

$4,000, and will take from twenty to they were asleep, Sidney and Sam 4 Full Quarts know*wholesale whiskey dealers. They closed 4 Full Quarts

thirty-two days, according to the Davis, of Oak Hill, were near death So great is the demand for stone contract buying the entire output of the large. 4.00
route followed whether by Key West crabs and so inadequate the visible $4.00'm b Georgia. The deal call for the iaa. $
when found by friends Wednesday -
ate defray of 2.150 cases of Georgia Sua- 3
the Atlantic supply that Noel A. Mitchell has
up ,coast or up the-Gulf evening. The last that was seen of I shoe bottled in bond whiskey.

to New Orleans, then by the Mississippi -II them was at about 8 8o'clock in the i I started the erection of the largest This is the lat |Jet of com wluikey that

river, back canals and the lakes l morning when they went to their stone crab farm in the country at 12 Full Quart made in the State of Georgia before k went day12 Full Quart
to Chicago.Sarasotat Mitchell's Beach, and within a few and in fact,is said to be'the balance of the con
Times. I boat and went to sleep. When found weeks the farm will be in full opera- Case $10.50Express whiskey that was .left in die Staleof Georgia kaoydBbDery Case .$10.50
Fruit is moving heavy I Wednesday afternoon they were both since that state voted for probjbriioa.Amogettenis .
now than at tion. George Roberts; veteran tarpon
other unconscious. Sam was lying on the are being made to bring this v
any period
since the early part guide and general informant on sub- whiskey, which will take several
of last November.. From both the floor of the launch, near the engine jects pertaining to the things which handle,to this eky at once, aoaw
Caloosahatchee and Orange river and all of, his body except his face the Prepaid the trade by this well known firm.
sections live in the water, will direct construction -
is is was covered with gasoline, which had
coming into
Fort
Myers at of the crab and will
leaked out of the tank but his brother pens
the rate -
of more than 3,000 boxes have the management of the farm.It fait had better send
It is selling so you your
,
daily, this Sidney was not in the gasoline,
average havjng been
main- is planned to make this the biggest
tained for nearly a week Near although he was unconscious at the GET A'CASE WHILE; IT LASTS. FLORIDA"I
past. I stone crab farm in the country, and Served. ,'
17 half of this fruit is time. Dr. Chowning was called at _
coming from incidentally in the world. The pro-
the Orange river once and found both men in a critical
groves. The young pagation of stone crabs is a simple CHAS.
fruit is now getting condition and Sam will probably .not ; f -
well set, and matter and these eustaceans find a

judging amount from of the heavy bloom and the on live his as back the gasoline and head.burned the flesh ready market at a good price. Th The Largest and Oldest Mail :
fruit
that
has been set by demand for stone crabs is great here

seasonable rains Lee county will havea t One of the biggest cattle deals that and in other places and in fact, exceeds JACKSONVILLE,

Myers record Press.citrus crop next )'ear.-Fon I has been made recently has just been I the supply considerably. Foi ; ..

(closed here for a shipment cf cattle this reason Mr. Mitchell is putting HI !

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; .Inirt drtyud 'T THE TORBENS SYSTEM. + + ,+ .+ .>. I i-POLITICAL NOtTNc.oD"TS.1. SEABOARD TIME TABLE. bIJiIIi, Itt +-
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: The Torrens system of. registering .. Inch Ia iMVtb. will be printed under this On and after- Sunday, April 12 :
headimr for UM uniform priot of five dollan.im CHURCHES
+ PLATFORM
OF A B. SUE- +
i and titles, which we believe should be atone. .
.f L.caI., Loa, 'DuUace Pkone adopted in Florida, is explained pretty + REXCT ENDORSED. '+ .:' $ 1914, trajuwiUrunu. follows:. 1I1I1I1UIiI. -

Number 40 + No. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa, due
fully by the Norfolk Virginia Pilot: + TAX COLLECTOR. Baptist.
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I hereby snnoOTM that I an a candidate at Starke: 11:02 .. m. '
tlhe chief advantages of the Tor I 'Rev. C. M. Britton
for r* betion to the office of Tax Collector pastor. fia
.; Prilished weekly, ami altered at ; rens system are that it makes for I Editor Bradford County Telegraph; for Bradford county, and solicit the votes of No. 1, Jacksonville to Tampa, due day school 9:45, a. m. Morning "'.
all Democratic etetois. I promise if elected.
: ecoad riass natter at the po t.oflict economy and stability, of title. When We notice with approval, the platformof to discharge the duties of the office faithfully at..Starke- 11:14 p.m. vice, 11 o'clock; evening jerviee1

at Stalk, fIo b. land is once registered under this A. B. Surrency as published in B.,M. DOWLING. No 15, Jacksonville to Cedar Key, o'clock. Visitors cordially invited W.,

:, system, the title is settled at, once last week's issue. Mr Surrency says due at Starke 3:12 p.m. worship with us.

(: S. 8. 'Matthews, Edit.. and Owner for all time, the State beging behind it he is not in favor of countycommis take this FOR manner TAX of COLLECTORI announcing my candi.daejr No., 4, Tampa to Jacksonville, due Episcopal

,C. E. Robbiaa, __ .AssociaU"Editor as guarantor;) and the cost of subsequent sioners working on the public roads for the office of Tax Collector of Bradford at Starke .3:49 : Rev. E. A. Sherrod rector.
"v "" and Bus leM Manager transfers is minimized : while but is in favor of keeping a working County subject to the Democratic Primary pm.No. Su '
in Jane and earnestly solicit the support 2, Tampa Jacksonville, due vices first Sunday in
the special proceedings necessary to'I gang on the roads the year round. of the electors st same. I pledge. prompt every month/.: '

Starke. Florida, Friday. May 1.1914StarEe secure such registration are 'simple' We believe, this would ,be a success.It and efficient service if elected.E. B. POPPELL. at 'Starke, 4:54 am. Christian. '

and do more expensive than those attaching is a violation of the law ,for a i No. 14, Cedar Key to Jacksonville, Rev. John Mullady pastor. Sea

j needs boosters. : to each and every convey- county commissioner to contract for FOR TAX COLLECTORI due at Starke 7:45 ajn. at 3 p. m. first and third S_,:

4 .. ance under the methods now obtain- work on public roads yet it is done. am a candidate for the off.ee of Tax Collector -I Starke and Wannee Brach of the month. ;k.
ge of Bradford County. Florida and respectfully -I '
ke needs advrti lg. ing. We have tried. the old system long solicit the support of the voters at : No. 101 leaves Starke 6:45 a.m. Presbyterian. 7

"Briefly summarized the special enough to know it is a failure. The the 1914.primary If elected election I promise on the fa.thful 2nd day and of June efficient -i No. 104 arrives at Starke 2:45 p.m. No regular pastor. Sunday school.t;

1'.sa. :Starke needs paved streets. cedure is thisThe/ owner of real people feel that they are not getting service with due regard to the welfareof Seaboard Limited Trains 9 and 10 atlOa.m. t,!
a all and tax "
eituens
results for the payers.
high rate of taxation.Mr. 8
estate makes known to the clerk of Respectfully. & W. ALDERMAN Methodist
.Starke needs to be discovered. the court'-of the county or city in* Surrency is the first one to come I No. 9, Jacksonville to Tampa, dna Rev. B. T. Rape, pastor. Sunday

( out on such a'nlatform and Pinehill at Starke 12:51 p.m. school at 9:45 a. m. Morning
which the real estate is located his 'aer.\
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
4 .Starke needs a big supply house. desire to have' the title of the land will do its part to nominate M;Sur-- I I hereby announce myself a candidate for No. 10, Tampa to Jacksonville, due vice at 11 o'clock; evening seniet

certified and I rency in the coming primary and we I the democratic nomination for the office of at St rke 6:10 p.m.T. 7:30 o'clock. Visitors cordially j-
i Starke needs an annual county fair. registered. Whereuponthe county treasurer of Bradford county. Florida
.
.4ci1 clerk issues'a running 'call on the good people of Bradford subject to the action of the white democrat: J. GRIFFIN Agent. vited to attend.' ,
summons
at the next primary election. I solicit
voter
I. Starke needs an adequate sewerage in the name of the State, to all per- I, county to join hand with us. We the support of every voter of the county and ---- ---- -
would like to hear from other candi- promise you faithful.service if elected. -= -
-system.t 3ons who may be interested in the
T. F. RIVERS.
I dates that would with
cooperate Mr.
real estate to come forward and protect -

tfrf... Starke needs cotton buyers and cot- their rights and interests therein, surrency as we realize that he cannot FOR COUNTY TREASURER.I .

'ton gins.Starve. if any they can show. carry out the provisions of his hereby announce that I am a candidatefor
.
': -'-- I platform by himself. nomination for the office of county treasurer
: needs and "After their summons has run due of Bradford county subject to the action
cotton produce
I Very respectfully, of the democratic voters at the next primary
length of time the examiner of titles
election. I solicit the of all the
warehouses. I Brooker Voters. support
/"' for the'district in which the land is democratic electors in the county and promise I JJ tii ;:
if elected. to discharge the duties of the office
b Lincoln Beachey has fallen at last situate, a duly appointed: public official IN MEMORIAM. I faithfully. .
I
r -into oblivion.A takes the petition goes to the W. W. ROBERTS.
Death has entered the home of Mr.
records and makes
: careful and ex-
." and Mrs. George Sparkman of Louise I FOR COUNTY ,TREASURERI
his relatives
man cannot pick h.ustiinvestiga:: on. Upon completion -
i!I Alachua I I hereby announce myself for the office of
p but he can chooatf his friends. of the investigation he makes county and removed from County Treasurer and solicit the votes of the IaiileiE
our midst their dearly beloved daughter Democrats at the coming primary. If elected
to the
-339 report judge. Whereupon the .
I promise to faithfully discharge my duty.J.
The proper age at which to marry Judge sets a day forbearing and all Irma Louise to her home above. M. BROWNLEE.

# girls, is when you have the chance. parties claiming an interest in the I'| Almighty God in His infinite wisdom I I

title has seen fit to call to her reward this FOR COUNTY TREASURER
under
feel almost, sanctified if investigation are notifiedto I I hereby anounce myself a candidate dor Ibil
Some men precious child just she be- 4tI1IIILi
as was
appear in court and set forth the the office of County Treasurer of Bradford

k;: they 'don't take a drink'.for a fewdays. 1ati1I'e and extent of their claims. |I I I ginning to blossom out into beautiful of County the voters and of respectfully Bradford county solicit and the promiseif support

j; "The title having been establishedto and useful womanhood and translatedto elected to faithfully discharge the duties of
the realms of eternal bliss where the office. .
the satisfaction of the court de- I eyryjy
Clothes don't lake but a G. W. HAZEN
a woman her family smile is still brighter in .
is handed
:ree down certifying that
they show how she is made nowa-
w the We -
great beyond. extend to her
the petitioner has title in fee to the FOR COUNTY TREASURER I
days. I 1 I sorrowing father mother sisters and I I hereby announce myself a candidate for A'I
land in
question the boundaries of
the office of County Treasurer and solicit the I

1. Starke needs a population of five which are registered and an order is two brothers our heartfelt sympathy support of the Democratic voten at the com -
in their sad hour of bereavement log primary. r---- _
thousand and needs men to bring it 3=tered directing the clerk to make, J.VERNON JONESI 1
I.
!. [ to pass. in: entry of the title upon a book set,'softening I only by the comforting t

,."" apart for the purpose as a registered ''thought that her spirit has departed I I FOR COUNTY TREASURER I to

Of what will the Mexican exhibitat title is secured by the guarantee of I 1 I to a hiher and better world, where I I for I hereby County annpunce Treasurer myself of Bradford aa a candidate County you savings,

4 the Panama-Pacific Exposition the tate. I pain and parting are unknown. May subject to the action of the June primary)
the One who I election and sol & consist! M "Thereafter for all time the certificate giveth and taketh away I electors. If elected. I will faithfully dischargethe
*t !
cf give to all of her sorrowing loved ones duties of the office.
registration stands as a guar I 0. 8. GORDON. Little Bit
Every
Starke needs a thousand prosperous antee of the soundness of the title no strength and Christian fortitude, to I Helps

farmers to till the fertile soil outside bear this %
matter how often the land may change great sorrow. I I FOR COUNTY TREASURERI
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her gates. She fell asleep in Jesus Sunday at hereby announce myself as a candidate
hands how ,
or much it be sub- .
may for the office of county treasurer of Bradford
You
,. I divided, no further examination of 1 p.m., April 19, 1914 and was laid i county, subject to the I action of the can always spare "something"
"'War-ta" is the pronunciation of to rest in the Democratic primary election in June. andI
I the title with the always greater family cemetery on the i promise if elected. to discharge the duties if you live just a little
Buerta, .but "Wart" would be more less ort'i banks of the beautiful Santa Fe river. I I.I of the office faithfully. and to the best of mY
i attaching thereto is -
expense
within
I income. By add.
aprop ate.'i The pall-bearers ability. I your ,
ever required." .. were young men selected E. L. ODOM.
... J
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4- i..*.'- *.- from her classmates. a "trifle" day
-.... ] among every you will
T Confiscate the-booze in Mexico and
WOMAN. Rev. L. A. Rowles conducted last sad FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI
in time have fortune
Huerta will sober up and do the I hereby announce myself as a candidat for a and jn
Woman wherever found is the rites in a feeling and impressive man. the office of County Commisioner for'District

proper thing, sane kind civil obliging tender being j ner. Many relatives and friends were No. 2 (Lake Butler) before the Democratic any case provide against mis- .
Primary in June. I believe in lower tax mil-
/The Tampa Triune says the health inclined to be gay and cheerful,I. in attendance to pay their last re- lage and careful management and if elected e fortune. Bring "little bit" into -
cash
will endeavor to have the county put on
officer follows the dag., He ought togo but timorous and modest. spects to one whom to know was to basis and discharge all my duties faithfully. this bank day-start

ahead of it. There is in every woman's heart i love. Beautiful hymns were sung and R. J .ANDREWS every*

a spark of heavenly fire which beams i loving hands banked sweet spring FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER now.Bradford.

Where there u a will sometimes and blazes in the hours of adversity', flowers on her grave.."Not my will;- I hereby announce myself as a eand:date forreelection

'there is 'a way to break it and some- and men can be great when great but thine 0 Lord be done." from District to the office No. S of apd County Milicit! Commissioner the support ,

times there is not occasions call. In little duties wo-" ', Underneath the wintry skies, of all. the Democratic electors in the

-. fill their 'I> Hushed and still our Irma lies county.
men sphere narrow cares : S. T. DOWLING. Bank
The old saying "Hitch your chariotto that cluster round the hearth. I While the leaves in falling light County

a star," should be changed to "Hitch She is the beautiful mosaic arch in I I,I Will hide her newly made mound from COUNTY COMMISSIONER
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for
.
jour chariot to Starke. the common home; the every day'h.cme sight. the office of County Commissioner to represent Established 1889

where men entertain angels' It is but dust that here doth rest, District No. 4. and respectfully solicit the N. T. Ritch. Pref W.T.W.ekaVic..Pres. J. H. Ritch; Cashier
votes of all Democratic electors at the coming
'Starke
needs to be placed
on the unawares and where she smooths to'' For Irma is'on her Savior's breast primary election. If elected. I promise to I
map:: and needs men to place her faithfully discharge my duty.,
Safe from all of earth's rude
placid
there peace the rough and rugged alarms I LACY J. UNDERBILL.
and her ------- -
keep there. places in the highways of existence; I I Sheltered in His loving arms. I- -

The ; if taken in the abstract, woman b'' Underneath the summer's sun. COUNTY COMMISSIONERI
Tampa Tribune
asks if Funston
,Can climb I superior to man in this i. e., that I I Roses will blossom one by one; hereby announce commissioner my candidacy of Bradford for the FOR REPRESENTATIVE candidate COUNTY COMMISSIONER **
as well as he can swim. office sf county I hereby anounce myself a forreelection I hereby announce myself as a caadid&ti **
Examine his pain and anguish, grief and sorrow, Cast their leaves, their perfumes shed, county to repregcBt District No. 2. and to the Boos of Representative for for the office of county commissioner fraa'l
army record. Over Irma's promise ts> 'serve the people faithfully if Bradford County and solicit the support of the District No. 4 (Starke) and respectfully solicitr
affliction our sleeping head.
.4 and poverty are but stepping elected.. Democratic voters ia the coming election and the support of aU democratic electors at tfai ,
I! As- soon as the pension roll begins stones on which she climbs above But a summer fairer still J. a CREWS. faithfully promise if elected. to discharge the June primary election. I promise a faithfsl'<"'i-
: duties eneumbent upon discharge of my duty if elected. JL,
to diminish we proceed forthwith to i the narrow sphere which'he calls life Through her precious seal will thrill me.A. D. ANDREWS. W. A. BESSANZCOUNTT J
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
: Where in her eternal home ,
Start a new crop of pensioners. I and "she it is who is last at the I hereby announce myself as a candidate for .

ross and earliest at the grave." While Storms nor clouds can never come. the olsee of county commissioner of Bradford FOR REPRESENTATIVE COMMISSIONER. |.' _
county from District No. S. and respectfully I hereby announce my candidacy for the I hereby announce myself as a esndldtts,
11 .there is so much room at the her heart'is loyal to home love and Though on earth, never will greet solicit The support of all Democratic office of Representative from Bradford County. for the olfice at county commissioner efs
duty, her head often gets 'light Foot prints of her precious feet v*,,. If e!< isp, some of it ought to betrans- as D. W. PINHOLSTER. electors in the June primary, the support of ject to the action of the primary electees f
&mid: to the bottom where it is air by reason of conflicting circum- Yet when all of earth's cares are sped whom I respectfully solicit and I promise to in'June and respectfully solicit the 1UPP : t
We be faithful to the tnsrt reposed in me shouldI the voters.' ,
stances she is influenced must follow where she has led
easily ;
t and COUNTY COMMISSIONER be elected. C. J. HANZT.lt:1-
led astray. Where her steps will lead the way-, I hereby announce myself a candidate for JOB HILL WILLIAMS. 1
i election to the office of :
county eonmrissoner
f .SoDl bolJr las discovered a re- Fashion that insidious siren, is one To the land of endless day. from District No. T fLswtey and Raiford) COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
; of the chief Saved from earth to divine and solicit the support of all Democratic FOR REPRESENTATIVEI the solicitation of friends I hereby*
joy
semVance to Lincoln in every president tempters and but very ; electors of the cooaty at .the coming primary hereby announce myself at a candidate BOunce myself a candidate for nomination far flOAt :
since the time of the great few women can resist her artless Take here Lord, for she was thine.A election. for the office of representative from Brad- the office of County Commissioner. District
No. .4 (Starke), subject to the action of
J. E. J. WAINR1GHT ford county subject to the decision of the
emancipator. caprices. Friend. Democratic elector at the June primary and Democratic Primary. I stand for an eeoee-
Tis said that Satan employed Fash- S respectfully solicit the support of the voters. mical administration of county affairs and I :. <
COUNTY COMMISSIONER roai
competent goad Superintendent to do the
It is hard to decide who is the ion to assist him in the downfall of Who' War At the solicitation of my friends I am a to If the elected best I,of shall my represent ability. Bradford county work. I respectfully ,solicit your support. : _:

greatest man in the United States, but the human race and perhaps the Warships Cheaper.Warship I candidate for the office of county commissioner ]I. 1. SAPP. Respectfully -;: ;
GREEN. '
expenditure of the present from District No. 1. subject to the N. D.
the,most numerous and most'usefulman aphorism is correct, for this earthly time would have horrified the Emperor I action of the June primary election and if : "_"

is John; Smith. idol is worshipped_ in manv. homes'_n___.. _and___ William L Andrew D. White. for many my elected duty.promise a eonscieirtioiB di8er.ne.of To the FOR Democratic REPRESENTATIVE: voters flf Bradford I hereby MEMBER announce OF SCHOOL myself at BOARD a eandUsteJ' 1.. :"

if the love of money is the root of all years American minister In Berlin, re- A. H. WILLIAMS. county Florida: for member of the board of public IItrI -:

Bryan does not object to false rumors evil, the love of dress is tIre main, cords tlwt in an Interview wltb tbe old COUNTY nomination I hereby to announce the office myself ef Representative a candidate for at solicit tion from the support district of No.the 1.voters and at the pecifUlj i ieratie tIeaI -
COMMISSIONERI
or criticisms because they give trunk of the tree of extravagancewhich emperor in 1881 "be asked me some 'the Democratic Primary to be bed June 2nd. primary election in June. :',_._
furnish1 boot the which 1 hereby announce myself as a candidate I respectfully solicit the support of the Democrat.e KICKLITEl ?
him an excuse to talk and the is questions Elbe. in for the office of L. W. -
too often wrecked in the County Cammissioner ef : voters at this primary and pledge'
;publicity that he craves.. was aboat to travel to New York. 1 Bradford county from District No. 5, subject honest, faithful service if chosen. ':_ .pI
\; tempest of bankruptcy. to the action of the Democratic I NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.Notice ;;;;
; I told him bow beautifully it was equipped nri>n.iry TRUMAN a FUTCH. "
election fn June and respectfully solicit the is hereby given to concerned thil i :
Nearly a billion people live in the When you are weary of saying "I. it bring the first of the larger vessels support at aU Dfcaoeratie erectors. three month* after date hereof all we will P"-',_i

: hookworm belt and billion should of the North German Lloyd. HP A. R SURRENCY.: FOR REPRESENTATIVE: our final returns as executors of the *'
nearly a worry" in the
English here !
answered: 'Yes: what is now doing in Friends announce F. P. Sheller for House of E. L. Livingston. late of Bradford <-*'" ;
of them show hookworm symptomsat are twelve. other ways that the Baltimore MEMBER of Representatives and respectfully solicit the Fiords deceased. and apply to the
the way of shipbuilding is wooderfnl. SCHOOL BOARDI support of the voters in the June primary.. Judge of Jlradford County. Florida
; this season of the year. Sun says it can be done: Ger- This mtrning I received a letter from hereby announce myself as a candidate for final discharge., CoI111tJ1.
f man-Ich sollte member Board1 of Public; Instruction from c. C. .
mich
I sorgen; French my son the crown prince wbo is at District No. 3, subject to /the action of the SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI K. J. LIVINGSTON.
-Que je me troublerais Italian coming primary. and solicit the of all Executors of the Estate of E. L. .
It Is lime "for Detective Burns toproduce ; Osboro and has just visited a great: Democratic electors. support hereby announce myself as a candidate deceased. ',s;;;;

some 'evidence that Leo M. Vorrei tomentor mi; Spanish-Seria English man-of-war. It is wwklerful. CHESLEY FOGG. for Bradford the office county of supervisor and respectfully of registrat'on solicit: the for Apr.U.b! :

Frank did not murder Mary Phaganor atormentado; Swedish-Jag skulle but it cost 11.000.000 sterling ($).000.- support of all Democratic eleeton at the June

quit blustering about it. grubbla; Yiddish (alleged)-Isch ca 000).** At this be raised his voice and. MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD, primary electi_ SHERIFF'S SALE ,':
C. A. FUTCH. Notice is
hereby by and ifl
* throwing !hotb hands. said very I wish to given that det.r;
bibble: Bohemian Mam se starat; up announce my candidacy for memberof virtue of that certain writ of EieeutioB :=
earnestly. 'We can't stand it. we can't Board of Public Instruction before the corning suing out of Our-
and under the seal of the
Polish
Ja sie man klopotac Danish Democratic primary election from >
There than ; District -
are more 3,000,000 ** Court in _
stand It. Chicago News.IIOW'a No. 2. and solicit the votes of all Demo SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION and for Bradford County, Stats < 7
widows in the United States and -Jag .skulde sorge; Finnish-Minako eratie electors. I hereby announce myself as a candidate Florida betVing date of March 4. A. 0. Wits:
for the office of supervisor: of registration in that certain cause pending wherein ftfcjTff.8 ,
probably that married surimin: Japanese. Hoya moya; Norwegian N. H. STOKES. For Bradford B. A-,-' .
many women county subject to the decision of IJL11111111 and L. C. Smith anil .
wbo would like ta be widows. -Jag skulle sorga. Miami -_ Thfe the Democratic primary election in June and McCubbina.Jate: partners doing business an**,
'We-otter One Hundred DoOan Reward > FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD respectfully solicit the support of the voters the firm noW and style of Smith & Med*".
Metropolis.A for I wish to announce that I am a candidate of the county. bins are defendants, I. S. B. Dea ark. ,
any case of Catarrh that for iwmber of the board of public instruction C A. KNIGHT. Sheriff of Bradford County Florida to*:
Starke needs men with enough enterprise candidate in Arkansas made )his cannot be cured by HaILs Catarrh.Cure. for District No. !. and I respectfully solcit levied upon' and will offer for sale to ...;
to buy everything that finds the support of the voters at the coming elec highest and best bidder for cash oa Mpeaft
campaign expenses and a profit of $80 tion. June t. and promise if elected a faithful SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION June 1st. IW. between the legal heWs
its way here-to make Starke a trade 1'.1. CHENEY Jb CO.. Toledo ale. at th- _
by trading horses while O. .discharge of my duty. I hereby announce myself as a candidate s former residence of the
center and a market where anything electioneer- We the undersigned nave known P. J. J.< E. DOUGLASS. for supervisor of restration of Bradford cOunty L C. Smiths in the town iDBl "''.,
ing. He exhibited more energy than Cheney for the last IS ,years, and believe and respectfully solicit the support of ford County. State of Florida.0 O('.-
.nbeaold. i him perfectly: honorable In all badness democratic electors at the coming following named personal property: "-i
J is possessed by the average Arkansan. transactions and financial!? ablo to carry 'FOR ,TAX ASSESSORTo election. t.b.1 Piano one Sofa one Side Board, two Wa1
out any obligations made by his 1 'm. Stands two -*- '--
the citizens of Bradford H. C PEEPLES.COUNTY Bureaus one Stove. one
County I
:- announce
.Hon. Perry M/ Colson of Gaines- The grape juice of the state department NATIONAL BANK 0? COMHETCIi myself a caididate for the off'ee of erator.Tables one Gramophone one Safe. two ce.W:

lle, must be, the happiest man in > Toledo. 0. Assessor of Taxes. Assuring you of my very four one Stump Pulln. one lot of F1C' ,
i must have fermented, judging gnat appreciation for the "''"-;. one Trunk of CroekeiT y-.J
Florida Every' pick Han's Catarrh Cure It taken lateraiuV. <......,..,. loyal support and COMMISSIONER Lamp,, fruit *
we 'I Jars "a"
paper up i by the spirited way in which the &ctinz directly upon the blood and nijl 7P so cheerfully given me in the past hereby announce that 1 am a candidate Jersey one Jersey Cow !
Perry is happy. If he vets the cous surfaces of tho systesi. and pledging myself to a continuance of faith- for county commissioner from district No. Yearling. The same being levied W*'
says I Testimoniestake 1. "
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department is dealing with the Mexican !Sent me. PrIce 'l5 Cullerv',". if re-eleeted. I respectfully solicit I earnestly soreit the of as the property of L. C. Smith one of '
cents support .
,, ., Kg federal plum for which he is problem at present I aU Drc tJ.i ncr bottle. Sold I' your votes in the primary election to be held ,., .k* "nunt" lit tlop ......,1,... _-'- .ther.'_vottn.: \" defe "';-t*. end wjjj be sold to 5&t5fT-

.; teaching, he will, be happier still. j 1 1.a l i JaU'ahmi1l Has tot coaatipaUoa. June 2. 1914.Very rape-".. discharge 1 71 !. a-1 of the I duties'lede.of myself the oHee to a.if faithful elected- execution st'.i costS B. Denmark.' -.._*.

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Attorney J. K Futch was in Lake' Mr.D.Hinson and little-aon, George,| -,

4 I Citon:; legal business. ,from.'Friday! of Green Cove Springs, and Mr. R. J.
f to Wednesday HinsoiCof 'Jacksonville,1visited !(n.1G.

Bits of Local'Information Strawberry crates, cups and "nails.1 W. Hinson the first of the week., j I.

Prices' the lowest HuTs Department The' ladies, bless 'em, are up to NOTICE

Store. Hch.,6tf their chins in house cleaning, the'

house is upside down, and man hath I
Prof. T., J. Macbeth, principal of

e... 0.. ...,." ,....... .., the Jasper Normal Institute, visited nowhere to lay his head.. They scrub 4
'PN aU .. ... c.- .., T..... his daughter, Mix R. A. Weeks, and and brush, and dust the entire year, Heilbronn '
Mrs. Macbeth, who has,been here for and lest some mote may have escapthe' Springs Farm ; '

ed implements of warfare, each ,
some time, from Saturday to Mb&dap.
spring there is a complete turning of :
Silk hosiery a specialty tt Dov...'.. 'A M rs. L M. Johns, of ,New River, Neckwear-The very finest assort' things inside out and upside down,! will, be sold in large or small .' < i

May. 1 & spent Sunday with his son, Mr. R. S. me>)t seen in Starke. Silk, Velvets, but thank fortune it is just for a ,

Johns, and family. Washable. Some beauties. See oarwindow. season and joy cometh in the morning

Dr. W. H. Clemons, of Alachua, was Mr W. A. Thus, of t Brooker, was HiuTs Department Store. when the flavor of cleanliness is tracts to suit purchasers, <: ,;

in :Starke Tuesday. i sweet to the
nostril and to the
I a visitor to the metropolis of Bradford Mr. H. S. Warren moved his familyto peace
AU kinds of embroidery at Stump's. couny Tuesday.Mr. Clayno Monday. Mrs. Warren and weary souL, It is well for man to and terms given if desired. ( -
submit to the eternal fitness of things t'
the children
spent the winter here in ;
Mr.:H. P. Prevatt, of Archer, was' M. Leviton, who was on thesick' i order to give the children the benefitof and abide the time. -..
list for a few days, is again at <.or' : '
i fa Starke Tuesday. his place of business.Rev. Starke's excellent school facilities. All the-world loves lovers, if they *: '.' j i i *-i

Percales and ginghams at Leviton's. The Social are young lovers, and lovers are always -I .: < 4- .: .
meeting of the W. C. T. -j
E. C. Bpstick, of Alachua, U. which was to have been held objects of interest. A pair of A Large General St6re \
Mr. J. R. Davis was in Baldwin on preached morning and evening at the on them almost paralyzed business at the ,;
May 4th at the
residence of Mrs. D.
I bisiness Wednesday. Baptist church last Sunday. depot in ,Starke Wednesday. Everything Will be established there
Knight, who superintendent/ of in the .. .
I was at
practically a standstill
SUMMER Have your house Hon. A. V. Long attended the spring the social department, has been postponed -
for several minutes, and the next few weeks
I screened. Jones',' Hardware. l! term of the circuit court of Putnam until further notice. | married happy t together with ,
young who I
couple the
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county at Palatka this week. [
Mr. P. Kelly, of Melrose, was in this I By wainscoting your rooms with observed of all observers were totally'' other improvements. .: t

|city on business Saturday. I 1 Rev. Ernest House, pf Maxvflle, Wallboard, and finishing the walls in oblivious of the diversion they creat

filled his reuglar appointment at the Plastico, a beautiful and artistic ed. These two honeymooners,, arriv- i
Let us screen you. QUIGLEY, Christian church here Sunday. effect can be obtained. Qoigley ed in Starke Wednesday afternoon on -

[LUMBER & SUPPLY co. I I i I; (Curtiss Murrhee moved Saturdayfrom Lumber & Supply Co. ,i They"Peggy" to transfer to the main line. ACT QUICK NOV IS YOUR Till( :

Mrs. R. H. Sapp, of Lawtey, visited his place near the city part to Hon Joe Hill Williams, candidatefor of immediately all became the cynosure .j.jI
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eyes, as newly married "
{ in Starke
friends Tuesday. ]his cottage. on Thompson street. representative the Florida legislature couples invariably do. Their baggage I

New goods of all kinds at Stump's.Mr. is conducting a vigorouscampaign consisted of two trunks, to which I
Mrs. Chas. Dinkins and son, Master were '
for the office and during tied I Apply to W. E. DAVIS Owner !
an old of I"
Lawrence, of Lawtey, were the guestsof pair men's shoes, a pair ,
S. F. Hall spent Saturday night the past week has visited 1 of ladies' r
I and Sunday in Jacksonville.New Mrs. Frank Rhoden Saturday. different towns in the severe shoes and 'a pair of little | ;# i

spring goods at Leviton's.Mr 1 I Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Eddy, of SULFOCIDE actually kills RED covered with notices written in crayon I ; i :

Alachua, attended the funeral of Mr. SPIDER and THRIPS without injury by their friends at home. ,
c:A. Strickland, of Waldo, was W. H. Rivers here last Thursday. ,
14 visitor to Starke Monday. | to fruit or plants. One fiftvE. It is said that recently a preacher,
I Mr. Jay S. Brown is moving his cent bottle is sufficient for one acre. after his sermon, requested L

Slippers of all kinds at Stump's. I dry 'goods and notion store into the Apr 17-2t R. S. Fernandez. his congregation who were everyonein paying ..............................................:......I .. ..., .'

Jones' building on west Call street their debts stand : ", ,r.
'Mr. H. C. of Brooker, was After occupying temporary up. Instantly
Surrency, quarters
a :visitor to Starke Tuesday. ,i this week. in the J. F. Kickliter store roomwhile every man, woman and child with I Progressive Business firms In Starke i

Mr. Mallory Jones stopped in its own building was being remodeled one exception, arose to their feet. 1

Gliss towel bars at 40c and 50c at Starke Tuesday while en route to and refitted, the Bank of He seated the crowd, and then said, : t,

G LUMBER) & SUPPLY CO. Bushnell, where he has been appointed Starke is at home again to its friends his"Let debts every, stand man who" is not paying ,: j Readers of the Telegraph will find it to their ;%-:I ,
The
i and up. exception '
customers at its old location.
i Mr! 0. Prescott, of Highland, was city marshal noted, a careworn, hungry-looking advantage to trade with die firms represented : : :';

visitor to Starke' Saturday. I I May Lodge, No. 10, L 0. 0. F., is Everything in field and garden seed, clothed in his last summer's suit individual .I in' this directory. '

Embroidery,dresses at Stump's. I: having its building on east Call streetplastered'and Florida peanuts, chuIas,'velvet beans I' slowly assumed a perpendicular 1 f

repainted and the roof peas. Garden seed in bulk and in position and leaned upon the 4.....III1A.- ....................................._ 'F. .;1.
Mr. J. V. Jones, of Hampton, was repaired this week. small packages. Hull's DepartmentStore. back of a bench in front of him. "How yyyyyy. yy n y..yy..w.- ...,',.. ;,

visitor to Starke Saturday. Men. 6-tf is it, my friend," asked the minister 4 IIMMMMMMMMMMMMREAL .........MMMfSMf.MMM p -,' L.
Just received a shipment of the besthosiei 4> ;- 2 IA .
Embroideries at Leviton's. '' ever sold for 15 cents.Dover'sStationery Mr. Leonard V. Moore has purchased "that you are the only man in this 4> ESTATE. FURNITURE.: 4 '" ;
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large congregation that is 4 :, t
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not
able to '
the G. M. Bennett '
farm at the .
Mr. W. C. Smoet of Guilford, was, Store. May l-2t. west end of Madison street. We understand meet his obligations'" "I publish a 4.......................... NNNN....NN.iN.1.N. ,;t- ',' .

i Starke on business Monday. I Mr. C. S. Austin moved Monday that Mr. Moore bought this newspaper; he meekly replied, "and ,
' from the west side oi town to the my brethren here who have just stood .....""UHUH-tH....... J-
i Screen Doors hung, just phone me. property as an investment and that COMER L. PEEK '
ones', Hardware. \i house vacated by Curtiss MurrheeI he wiu remain for the present on his up are all subscribers and-" "Let j 4 FURNITURE ;4
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.. i I I the city park. other farm east of town. us pray," exclaimed the minister. 4 Florida Real Estate, Land aad e .' I:
Mr. 0. L Thomas, of Lawtey, was t i and almost anything .; f I
you
n Starke on business Tuesday. 'j Mr. A. H. Harley, of Lawtey, a bin Manning Griffis, of Green Cove 4 Timber Expert. might want else i .t % ,
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member of the turpentine firm of clerk of the 4 .! >
Springs, circuit court of i .
American wire fencing 24, 84; 46, Bostick< Harley &.Co., was in Starkeon Clay county, was in Starke Mondayto 4> 33 yean Experience at Starke. HULL'S DEPARTMENT 1
GALVANIZED' '' STORE.
m Hull's Department StoN.l I business Tuesday. attend to the sale of 200 head of is inexpensive and WELL-CURBING keeps the water 4 -' .. ;; .. i *
stock cattle to Mr. W. M. Edwards clean and healthful ......l4t...... .. i' ': ;: j '.
| Mr. 0. 'J.- Phillips, of Enterprise, You cannot fail to find the colorof Light and easy 4 MMMMMf i

1 isited the county seat Friday.: /May, hose 12t.you want at Dover's. a of herd this of city.about Mr.500 Edwards cattle. now has to faction.QUIGLEY handle.Call LUMBER Warranted or write,'to give satis I A 4 BUILDERS', SUPPLIES 4 .................... ....... -: ',", ..t I i i iK i i.t ( "i'*_

High,quality and low prices. The &: SUPPLY CO. |4 : -S .1

t in harware. DeWtt'C. Jones.I Mr. G. W. Hazen, of Brooker, candidate Upon arrival of my car of American 4 4 DRY GOODS. -*' ", 1.
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for the office of county treasurer fence I will sell at prices so" low thatyou 4 :................. / ,\ ,
' Hon John Croft, 'of 'Lake Butler will buy a year's supply ahead ffffifffftffff 3 S .1 v
T \ of Bradford county, was in Starke +ff+f : :
; vis in the county seat,Tuesday. I Monday looking after his }Y.liticalfenCes. i of time. See prices on another page. + Quigley Lumber ft Supply Co. + ...t...... 4 : ;
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ADVERTISING *
Jones' Hardware. : '
,. Brocade silk at Leriton's.Marshal + Dealer In J. W. MORGAN .. ,; ,

T. M. Hagan, of Hampton'I, Mr. A. D. Powers, and family, of Work on Starke's new school house fffffffe Wanted+ff+fffffff : Builders Supplies, Paints, Oils, ." Headquarters for "V _;*' f
Croppers want LadiatoWe.r '
Macclenny, motored and the is going steadily forward under the renters or Vanishes, Concrete Goods, .
visitor to Starke Tuesday. over were ,
a j Dry Goods ..
share croppers Notions I
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I' guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rhoden efficient management of Mr. W. H. on my 80 acre farm, Plumbing. 0 Etc:. '. / f
BOSS OVENS-See your cake ba1ce.ones' Sunday. CaldwelL The door and window located 2 miles north of Starke. A ."HHi"'UiMH" 4 'J*- ," I
' I I Will divide same in lots to suit Estimates Cheerfully Furnished. -" -' :
[ Hardware. II[I \ frames for the first floor are beingie 9: >' ,

i I Mr. R. S. Johns, who carries I placed in position and it won't be long C. S. Durling, Starke, Fla. Apr 3tf .......................... -q; !
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Mr. L. C. Gracy, of Gainesville, was .. !
mail from Starke over route No. 1, till the walls reach the level of the ;
't |n this city on business Tuesday. !|has purchased a fine new Ford sac to- I second floor. ,FOR SALE-For cash er easy payments 1.t.......................... DENTISTS 4 .: \0. 'I t-I _

For dry goods. Leviton. 1 mobile and will make his daily tripsin six-room house and two lots 1* NOTIONS. ............ I: ,',
I f I' the motor car. Mr. J. C. Manning has purchasedthe in Starke, Fla. T. D. Proctor, 533 1. ........'..-..... : ". -

t Mr. G. M. Murrhee, of Jacksonville,,'I D. W. Alvarez place on the San- Riverside Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. .....................MM* : : :
w sited: friends in Starke' Sunday. 1 I I Mr. M. E. Mattox, of Charlton derson road, west of the new school Aprill0-4t .. ...K""... 4 ; : ; .
county, Ga., and Mrs. A. B. Dees, of house. This little farm contains 3by 1-2 < .'
tiThe best prices on trunks and suit Starke, were united in marriage acres of land. The present tenanton "OR Why is it that when you are DR. U. G. TURNER .?. I i,
SALE
ftses. You find it at Dover's CHEAP-One seconS- <. in need of Notions e -
can Rev. W. F. Ualphurs at the latte is the Ladies + \ -
place has sold already this DENTIST : I
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hand 4- horse s :
tationery Store. May 1.ft residence power gasoline engine C Ready-to-Wear Goods, Shoes, $ j x
'Tuesday. year more than eleven hundred dol- in first-class condition. QuigC C. Novelties, Etc., you generally ., Edwards >. I <.
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Mr. E. J.. Johnson, of Raiford, was: Woolsey's famous paints. No better .. lars' worth of strawberries from a ley Lumber & Supply Co. .C. go toSTUMPS a. Building. ..li r':;, :, f

t Starke on business Saturday. i|ji.I made. QUIGLEY LUMBER ,& two acre patch.American "There's A Reason." .. Upstairs ever Post Oftice. '<" ,.' l'' !' ,

SUPPLY CO. WANT-purchasers or renters for ( .. ,.1 : .
Clothing at Leviton's.I \ fence. If quality and not z j
j, some good farms on liberal terms. : I "
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counts will American '" : : i
I quantity you buy D. E. KNIGHT. Starke.
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Mr. N. D/ Green has in tf.
IIr. placed thisweek's .
H. Y.
Morley, of Highland, fence. Law -
DeWitt
prices. C.
Mrs. J. E. Futch
ted! business here Saturday I issue of the Telegraph I informally entertained NOTICE OF..SERYICES. ; 1 E'
the Jones FOR
SALE-Singer sewing machines .
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I(I announcement as a candidate forfrees. 1 a few: intimate friends last Rev L C. Futch' a

1 Water coolers and ice cream w Jones' I Manning, Starke, Apr 3-5t Sunday
r Hardware. I I I Starke district who is the promoter of the Bradferd -! Mrs. W. H. Phillips. Music, convert: and Sunday night it 'being the'.first ':' ; !i ': 11

Mr. and Mrs. E L. Robertson of Rev. W. F. ,. County Development Company,! tion and the Sunday in May. .
Malphurs went to W'ill- FOR SALE-One new Perfection Oil games were order 'of the { : .
r 1 Snilford, visited this city Monday I p I ford Wednesday, where he officiatedat which has large land holdings at Stove and one small gasoline stove. I evening and ice cream and cake were Services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.nu r .t '." '
1'i' Sampson City, was a guest at the Everybody ( .r
the wedding of Mr. Charles J. T. is cordially invited I
A. Quigley. 3-13-tf to .
1)on't wait for rain. Use I :served as refreshments. Mr. Lucian : '
our garden ]less, of Jacksonville, and Miss ilia Starke House last Saturday. In ape ik- attend these two services.j i 'I'_ I
s" QUIGLEY LUMBER 4 SUP- 0. Thomas of | tug of the future of Bradford county Wainright won the prize, a box of I a i :_
!> Williford. FOR SALE-Florida Fire & Casualty i,
LY roo I I Mr. Wood intimated that he had news stock. I candy, in the guessing contest. Those ''I ,-. _'t
Company Address Box 395, ,
Mr. A. M. Williams, of Hampton, Mr. George S. Harshberger and that would make our heads swim if Starke, Fla. ,May l-2t ;present were: Mrs. T. N. Limbangh, ffffffffffff + ff.ff ; l. j

'''; u a visitor to Starke Wednesday.Shoes family, of Kansas City, who'have been the whole truth was: revealed tofor us. Mrs. Albert Philips, Mr. and Mrs. W. + + ,,: t '
s'' visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Poole H. Phillips; Misses Lois Peek, Ottie + FOR SALE AT REDUCED f ,? I, i '
Furnishings-That is one line thatwe STRAYED-A bay,mare, one one .
at Leviton's.Miss several weeks left eye +
for Jacksonville I Gray, Myra Darby, Louise Peek, Susie PRICES
z Loui -Belle Monday on their way home. can truly say that we not only swollen hind leg. Owner will pay Darby, Dorothy Morrish, Mary Pack; + One Waltham 16 size f ; :r, ,: ; i
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Brown, of Lawtey, have the goods, the style, the selection reward for information as to her + 15 ruby t ; ..
visiting Miss Ottie Gray this wee Have a sleeping porch this summer but we have the right goods at whereabouts. J. W,Greene, Starke, Messrs. Lucian Wainright Bessent, + jewels, 14k case, used a shcrt, f '.P i l i !.
fltt Sinclair Peek E. H. time ;
Finlayson, Q. $18.00.
Laces at Leviton's. Let us qupte you. QUIGLEY the right price. Hull's DepartmentLY Fla. May 1-lt One Elgin, 18 f '1 : '
Sisk Luther PowelL + size
I 19 ruby i
the jewels
e[ QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY in'gold f v
)Ir. Richard Lang, of Highland, CO. FOR SALE-Livingston's globe toma A gentleman was in town Wednes- + settings, gold wheels, steel esf 't<, ?i +
sited C. S. Austin here Wedne ay.' Mr. C. S. Austin, Starke's popularice to plants at $1.25 per thousand. Can day inquiring where he could find the cape wheel, fully adjusted, f f i "*- =

BOSS OIL |1 Hon. T. G. Futch, of Lake Butler, cream vender, has missed his call- make immediate shipment. H. H. incubator that had been used to hatch + $21.00. Two ,South Bend, 17 f s i! :;

onea' Hardware.STOVES-Saves. oil candidate for state representative ing. He ought to be a diplomat. He Thomas, Earlton, Fla. the office of county treasurer. He said + jewel, 16 size, finely timed, in t t

1 I was in Starke Monday on professional has a spiel which he tactfully changes May 12t. out the large brood of candidates for + 20-year cases, bosses, 1510. t
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Dr. Darby Gaskins, of Jacksonville, business and incidentally looking after according to circumstances. He readily he wanted to hatch out a few candidates + Diamonds reset, Opals fe- f ,- t

"de a professional visit to StarkeOI.y. the interests of his campaign. addpts it to suit all classes of FOR SALE Washing Machine, for some of the other county + polished and bad "lucks" taken + ,

-' I Mrs. A. Steinecker customers. When he meets a trainhe Wringer, Gasoline Range, Screen offices, but nobody could tell him who .+ off of them. One fine bluef '
of Massillon +
If J Ohio, is visiting Mrs. goes to the white coaches and Doors, Furniture. Call afternoonP. Had it, where it was or to whom it white diamond 90-100 caret f : ... '
C.
P. Cason.
r H. L. Gray surprised his familyy Mrs. Steincker sings out: W. Belding, white house, beyond belonged. He was told, however, that t deep and finely cut, $185.
r with a 1914 model Cadillac dent of Starke and was has formerly friends a resi "Curls your hair, Wm. Sapp's, on Sanderson road. it was too late for incubating political 1 I I f A few new 16 size gold 'nllfc f t- :. ,i

,= poring car. here who many Makes you feel like a millionaire." Apr-24-lt eggs, because late-hatched candidates i f watches, accurate time keep. f !
are
Mr. Richardson I always glad to see her. If a bald pate is thrust out the are like late-hatched chickens, uTthat f, ers. ,. .
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etal worker. EXPERT sheet, Shoes, Clothing-A good line to window he greets it like this: | WANTED:.Energetic, live solicitors j Headquarters
w Jones'ardware. I select from. Fine line of Men's hats, "Grows new hair, and salesmen to represent us; toH though to petition the county commis + ;

tlea ""able. Just arrived. Come in Mk s you feel like a r illicr-2.1 r.-5'"it the shipment: cf twit, vegetables sioners to buy a lull set of incubatorsthat fffffffffffff4tff '

,. Rev Olin! Boess, of Lawtey, was and I see them. When,he approaches the Jim Crow acd produce: and to take! used for county treasurer thisjyear i : n x

welcome caller at the Telegraph HuU'8 Department Store. I oh he cries: I orders fir groceries grain and feed. in order to insure plenty of'. To Care a Cold Ja ODe '

"" Monday. "Straightens your hair, Booth Cherry Commission Co.. 140 \| candidates for the several offices here- rat LAXATIVE BKOMO Qu.-niBe., Darr t" tile ::' ;

I Telegraph $1.50 per year. I Makes you feel like a millionaire." E. Fourth St., Jacksonville, .Fla. j I after. r'ruggi.ta t"JCh and refund Headache and iork. oil tile.ColJ. i t s
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rARE srrnsG is act .. he tractsAtoot ootlvrtat: fS" die said. iii fill -raft d aov4'eitai. ill I wiIlbAI.sa.. hazy follow.d .

twele -iC .dare who die ia..s ddeadaltsad tttlpmmta.jrarillwsetra, Ga $!
and eede.w'd ati
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kas_ to the ce-l a .. _QllUSat'NoA tosHpatrcm.potiej'
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1. fie o.*.e tie Pbtdd NaGvert pt ) been prare"1. spinseas e25eiv Cwt k ftuc d !bg
J t.IL 14dn'teat that ia the lard sets fad Sa peaa.i well .wrius by s.is SxsieSasigeat
+ Rae! WI'j't w. Weld c.d Isu anything 'NW'ttIoU suiav.+ isr ; \ [acdt AttLet tj i

a 1a'rk .I RIII.etaWrfy-A ft: ; afat ThesCoes'i& >> .tiered w: aS pigtira..ost GREATHt PBOfTT a it-d5e [cdd. protect josseS
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lit a Cagrre er t1sm GeidM H.. ," tf' tt I tad sa aterest b tie treo.estr hfgks IIo'W -. rimes mnoe ouch m ease of lam by 3r .

!art born,".", theserL alai., some cigar:
dealer to you
4daw.n: for the pass tstb lea
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6w.r the 6.at wrr3i 1a the Tatt p(. ... Iait '" 1i1aCrsaC1. H. Boot: Sys
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JUft&a Cut AL F4cr ar -'Fe4 1L I but uuist on bring the A. P. )
accept,
f ira i/efW kait JUkojj: kId wu 2 hart: amot3rrln .tharwse, sad aI parties ''sang uat i lIBRIIS ,;
l spy pates -Sa my sides aD4 breather d.ets3ed. .) H. Too will get foH valve and the.I.

4 wry tmam #xsjpt&* .jadjtor fr back la fact, I soSered a3 eve M the fre.srty aM Wac ia Qe, ffruW wQ make a fair prOCt. Edmedber -

:'B r 0 v, *0sfcr'*f test* that I beard tU i., and A eao !i alasott 'Eke."cocaoes an A-'t tbcne4.Eradfard.btLg State tIL r........tw af S: I the r?" *- ArT always eaU: CoFFINSCASKETS BLACK1DRAUGHTt

ttegl 8Nd- TV dir&xaryat EeOftS...a ties Doctors failed to retrieve mea :- c.fill d I 'II
w IMt ride s.1 sad not 5eManaf :11-
H -Ikittfc.zdewsre-- f1 etth fact tier didn't s* a to tatswish n, atIIt 1.i aces I for aa A. PI H. dgar a
Ijtt B"fill S. 1.o"". esegzz i .brI a hfsH LM dUndatahcrs'
I aatlaeed to .L L b ia '
sikd me. gs :eigu
srr'iMt qU1IA1*
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tut ftenw? N' aM 1f! d S'iPi tIL : I. -
tIL 5vppUc
wen cat3 I was able to sit vy 0G0"T tIL4 .
aria, fiat tir t&a&A to I* SB tikjtf !.fM tIL sr aad ad actared by
f a. part of tale time I bad atoort Jog'ar ,.T-i, fill Stsisaz; SIj !
:. M le wba aid they bU hawses of ever betas any better Strom J fsemsea L'; Nti fIf 1A 1!. aMa.J STAID CIGAR CO. Always a hud. The beit er.t .

i3 t; rg a 3t1L always lv ked Lh ; _Eat co* day sane one threw nom III Lea ZL. ::' U. :Z. ... n. =. u. :s. Fla.Nona t vine ar the lowtrtt Titers_ tiP
Slarke
=ppy *tA tt,.iethy. looks la at ny door I read tire ;.I. : u .r Seai'a 14. IA U el Seerioae.4 U attrition w T 0rC&n. '"'

To tV average Aatrlna: rte It.ka; : and ierssA them to b* Pernna. book; .- la :o Ta ; 5 Svnth 2aaax 2 Exit

ryreetd h1 the word kId ill au.-1t Tar described: my foeliac so truly .. .u wn d a d e << ken!e or FCUL DISOUJtCKbenfer jTcrpcwco.Mr. .
,. aPrdI' Retain.
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as S>ni u tte word Ivteit.. To I-seat at eeee, and roc a bccti and 'be ItIa dar el AJw11. 19t4 the same bema Soaeo "s gives t.a alluw4 that ; :rcdEmbalmer Cis. A.tzdiSO3 .

g '" eooLJ tt putajlly mat kjef at a fro fief tattn 1C Too pronounce rue b1 4ft td c-rt; Pi tt:st WI or:. Ma m +atss ncr eate rmadaaxri bend 1 will.f pnastr the stare -- : Kj 5tS.YiEp
or
eauxzX aa, --- .eWdU u.: ttaep a>
systexste 1Z a.a
atlmrat for
\ y y f hay ;:.a or t &ore rv-e or aetooVJHuy my me some adrtee. tie lea t 4_Braitort a .ears Gamy Tt5rs zaph.weeY.'v a 'J ixui i Or .. Ie of iSJadorF DcWTTT c. JONESSuxaarSo '1 Live ben tstajfcrfs
ta- care is Rcisca. dmrtfcA <&d &**7 to tae 1
limit of polite r ; .Sr iattts nl-
vyto&v xI a
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etude -whe I cad talua two and one nrwswer .; .de.TA'i'sE53 c-r.t lo44e Of Brad.s't Gusty. Faasri : C. C Lamina .V C" EacY-D=;c faUar'
tJcrtt. Oa*ta&.?*y/B teeomes widww ail 2radfod GioatY. -
I to eat
boU1n betas
bat .
w- .
tie aorreabe < *- :.r nl A- de.'ia rh tr.
. 19 the jwiootlOe J&Te:'tJ5itAr of k1 t. gafertnt. I eontSnoed to taprore.Wbea Mii t5tet: Own. sad a5 n.iriai J. DL BASTES.Ecute II SUrk Fla. II I
... Wlsitnn It tray b kyef f. L7lin1thog I: tad takes eigtt I was 1fk.e .Jope cif.tgtitnrt the 101 wen *. Cal of th Apir.iJrr.itU: Gf the .f S c S. Ri i ticaand frij;, a d f d

baste. .itboot tent a err penoa 'rtat..as nfae year C.. I. thes the JUt .y of Dee i r. Ut:. i a; Cme.er. dearered bLI t i te the TC7 best
Jan -
r r 3Luve an ri..tthtr.t trlge.R sta."I. .. T- WEEK3 ever tsed. It1gzaa

Ira1lre.! Win? If you like bar tsy:1 think Pernna. greatest fun... Cora ares: Court I w I I thus fuel like a y;:;
:'t Or remedy there Is for so many aflments By B- A. Vi fti.L D- C .
c redarat ttt a fia* art fa fL* 'K.t'f t. AXD JE.. FCTCHSotciun Grain Privileges !paint a. ThedorlfttgIna1
: are doe to catarrhal trouble. 1 .&. V. USG For Weakness and Loss of
Ttri In pf JI'P Jo ttwe .. yoM wU:', affltetfd wit Id-tat for C m Appetite zd>: Z
adrise one
wocld any T.. CM Scac&ri
a general t eat tacit.
IL= w.ttr f .a rtspixtatkML catarrh to talte Pernna and I aan tar I MONEY IN WHEVT G .OvzST15TELEssc T01'ICdmes.Yuri I
.
t.f- t44 awn or.Hn ::;1 at m.11 it wfll kare. ORzy2 FO: ptYLlctTo'la =. Srtfo tEe safest ad and burn vp tz s rm. A true: mac
en calia
ff firla&in cssf, .3 a f> "JUI4Io ; 13 the ...e Oocty. R&rvJa- sorest method of trading in wheat

raps of ..tflIf.,,. Gta"k &*&*!. .IAdr.z a have many similar testimonials wnklstoold C JL A1.u. Ctmysintirf.Coma I corn or oats. Because yocr loss L 3I

r natj.t aM ''seas: al a cheerarf' .. interest: sick people every- Sf. E. Aivares.tail. absolately llicited to the anount

fir best at a !lm*. I> Cas we can i It .where. Sent free by the Pentna. Co .Aures. IlL IToreixeEU I I bouiAt. No fartter risk.

j't- JJm Hl People who object to liquid fn dead. .
daerpAjo0
Ia Tor >7. miklai kjrf obtain Peruna Tablcti{ WHOM IT MAT of aadi g.
iM6"" now ALL
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TO
T l? e rte.ntat U a1o. sad tars In Io I GE2ETISG: ? Open aa account You can buy 10< Rheumatism!:

stnuerrvatt, i/InJKeevtrhapl.a.. tt Tper:.* W Die sworn "siU:3t ? If' -I pats or 10 calls on 10,000 bushel
t- I : IB the '..--e eat: ttw there: ve grain for $10, or you can buy both Poison I II
tiling test kicx a *&- I Blood
art.- mak1n.: all IK e.4bes IB the ptVPE'rtYi. d terS* -
interested wish
--- for $21) or aa many more aa you
*1M#. X-to f'/Bd of ettrdujr blajwif CONTRARY FORCES. ia t:.* bat of CrA ;;.iDt. sad coached i1I tfi '.
tbe bowS defendants. W j Aa adrasce or decline of 1 cent gives : Scrofula Mal
\ taken M other than ;
of ki rtmiMf Kit
roost *
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take $100 profitA
c..e nays aoJ ntifcvc of sceh ptnoivc { YOU the chance to
tin: .tm. Tf* TarSUb verb ota!': Pr.bt.m ef a Bullet Fired From die anUio: Ti to Ae <<: :. :sni:4 that i Jt movement of 5 cents $500( profit. ; Skin Disease:

-raw b m '. jwlt..** i* ttta.b od Lot:a i' R ar of a Moving Train. aid bit r,dir! if tRIed azaiart such Wkacvi I. Write for full particulars and Ban Ii i .

in *wl seal 6r rtton., Tb-7 fit BTW ;a pa r t3- .rdetH that a3 tart'scaiminr ., '
is itPu
I.t-s"1fu lo the 'juwli.u.Kr.wmrfiiito lhreforit Because
Eeferesces.B.
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g'r i. .. tap cf aa rat ,.( dss'r caf '. : aa interest ia the propertr here, VT. NEC3IANXN'ew O R
one an ortnlrawn that
iiirattrsdun.
? airy fit uarr a tree 111)11&: 1& e1"2.ntte after AatHbed or any part tiienof and '. First \aticnal Bank Building I the Blood ::
IW1k a.nl:road train sat :;II L:,' forward at JoejA T. D Cz rn. deeastd. J. Go A.aru..r COI>UMBUS. OHIO
sit rr fsrjr bocnmaj n
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& tbr1 eitijtr of tarn or otherwise; c: a
Jai a VGtt tit f tb.t1' rig; tb<" th@', Ihtrate of IA J miin Ikt' mnaUr aD1: cQ 4tttv4 parties eJa'.minz! aa iatenst in the j)rspeflherntafttr : _\ddren mail to Lock Box 142 hrs.: acpra J'mPL1I11U'' or x::

a ;ace wa4 Srt" l frera ti* rear of tbe I deKribul or an? part thrno f.
day sat in a =raxrtaok fd 1 fA fID 1ry I LIPPMAN'S CREAT REMEDYP.P.Dr. .
e. \ tram In tar oiiix.. r? irwtj: u. If tl mint; sod king in the city of Sur"f Bra<
of a .tt..JrD ,UD: ithfr. at aU! State of Florida to-1rit: s.n..l"-
fart County. abU 1WreM.
eS.II.1tI ut aLe f":iVt a* it left tL ? pjafcw s..rtkand I Dr. Afldrree.1eaael.Tetra wrrtes:
Tnrta nut of OfJt1f in An'I'tir.e .4'4<< feet Etast sod West by $4 feet SPECLtL HASTENS SALE "TT-J
'Tb :: are NOTICE OF It.tae i. mc bM>>4 pnnfaz. ffTtxa M*vzssesi caagTcaaHaisai
In. s'Jrr6w4. TI a hiheat: poislocj wnald hap IM ru I ill mir: % Itfn1Orte &i th. btraa } Cwt ( b.1J the flu 1":0 ':L60'1"1r,...1 t oa But by Strut oa West by W. i rinse of a certain been* ef sale and fore and vita P.P.P.eonptetdr. cared J. darn. 1 tack year' medic-a
,
cf Coc*tautin>ip(4> .. TftwmlfcJja a h.J See of SEta ofSWH. Sec 28 Tp. I. S. E.:! E I eleven made and entered by die Dixtr'et Court H. Davidson who had sobered Cfiea hope bet now cazfa that 1".1.1'i "

b ',: that tauAt a fen G :".. Lack frost t1.e by a ;*ro" staw1szc on will "Ind. en North by land ottaeob ioins in the City of cf the rnirr4 State for the Southern Ditriet jean with blood POOOB and r.o. a raJ betct'a '

s- rC4 wood lit ltr"uvt:: fa-are the gun at alL S>arte. do appear to the sad Bill of C.npaiat of Florida in Cbanenr. on the first iaiaf WILL HELP YOU TOO-AT ALL DRUCCIST9-lj"',
; huri+ brrlioc <>n t"law' : oa or before the <4th< day of May. 151tfce ,ArnL A. D1S14.. recorded at page 7 9 IT ,
;' ; The view from tltU bill U one w!.t,s .n.l if ".t. at iib.it rate ..f "i** rr DIiriJu : lame betas a rue: day of th's eoort.Aad of the Equity Journal of sad Court., in a F. V. LIPPMAN SAVANNAH CEOR<
:gar: I.I.--u iu the New York tti order be soblisbed once a week lor I rtaia came wherein Board of Tnztet* olOberiia ,
Uaotr (1I>lt.. a *;*-ll teat (Ljt af knai :; ia BradfoH Count and
weeks
itjrrLiau 12 ettttenU'.e Collrgce.l a corporation organized
mHOJ"T'.c:.. "Y". Nal f'1I awl f,e"' : wtja; f Telemob. a weekly newspaper of yenen entinj under the laws of the.State of Ohio

lb' Al' .!1'fnr.( tart 11', AlA Cie t"-- "Tk J.ukr w tJJ It-ar- the buzz cirtttiaiica pabiisbed ia said Bradford 'Jlmt)', and the Viefcicaa Trot Company. a eoropra-

Ml.ruu> .f the' ; zu .ff1l a "j>eeil of Its mile! r'.or-da. lice omaized and eating ODder the law, 1-
fore yon b. re JIf'f'ft CI1I+'taadn'p!<- I WITNESS the Honorable J. T. Walt Sudr of the State of M-ehigmi. u Receiver of the __ _
Ir"m Tehatr'a1Jt.TLerr I [[*r minute; the force of the e.tlllr..Kir of sad Circuit Court. and also my offieiiliznatarc ritate cf R. G. Peters are Complainant. and u

are: IkLLA Ira aoo.I ic: tIp gun !i" the! rouse of the mutt e as well aa the seal of this Court John M. WoifeDde1 and Eerben K. Wol5en- S
1aJlJ' OJ'ea his tbe :rd day of Febrncry. 1314. at SUriuFori den. idiTidcaily and as eo-partBcn doinr boaiIoeM
WHENEIERYOUNEED
f tle 4-
: 1) liiHs-t. of
nut tie! tr.do.f
r futintiiM (4 5ik-b the that and of Wolfen. 3
style
about >(ie pee pre rf'llln ens IiI::1 b deys and bf.IIt:11, tt-: t-s* t .-..,l "f .ise tuiunte tine r:aof II W. T. Wcdn. Clerk Circuit Court. dan *: Co. Atlantic Locber Co. a corpora :
Ui, traiu and J.V Liner would fit" By E. A. Weeks. Deputy Clerk. t'oa orraniied and exiftio under the laws
-; ; 4 the brfittaut r"hre of tu native dre* V. S. Crews Solieitcr for Clamant. (L.S.Fdt. .) of the State of Florida and Empire Lumber 3
'I 'I 2f*) mlw apart Ikfure the piiu 1ttml Jt corporation organized and existing -
thl Ilt.SOTtCE Contcaay. a
staaltxeat axnust: : grrtreat grtt1q
!R' ; aDd the Marsf bine fit tbe nature the! hallrt: !u movinz with tfc.. and H-under B. Lamb the taws and of L F.the Lamb.State her of disband Florida A GNE[ AL TONIC TAKE GRIJ G I

: tlStkrrlsrllJ.011 "everywhere,. the dazi .. into: at tnn uf flrln? The bullet i t. OF APPLICATION FOE TAX DEE are Defendant, L the undeniffned. u a ,

it nit dnrliii aa Juttiiit..,.imal of flip CN'DER SECTION. OK CHAPTER 4 U Soreiai Master of said Court in Chancery .

3 sUn: .btf'i of rafr. the ilvery. calm >r it j <:iflri rjit.i of time> The time fn LAWS OF that FLORIDA D. W. Flnholstei will on Monday: the first day: of June. A. D., Grove's Tasteless Tonic is .[
orfarr of the ifarmora .trt-t!! !n;: i \ 1 Bertbr notice is fives 114. between the boars of eleven o'clockA. The Old Standard phill

f away in th- lUtamp awl tbe Lue"wt.adln l#twern the -tj>piiu| ;: of be motion of purchaser M of sad Tax 9 2 Cettifiea.t issued by numbered the Tax Collector reiprttirelr ]I. and two o'clock P. )for before the door II Valuable as General Tonic because Acts on the !=
Bradford iq
of the Court House of County
VJ>* ImJIet! with tin train and declunini
= fVmiorc. at our feet Then ; of Bradford County. Florida each .f the City of Starke. state of Ftorda. sell at Bu24ldie i
Enriches the Blood and
( Out Malaria
date of Jane (, 1918 Drives
U a boft afjoat a TurkUb bolidaj Ql i mutton front the train is matbemal laid Certificates brarins public auction, to highest and best bidder, for -.
: I filed said certificate ia office aDd hanade
f gathering which la always! like a Son I sally! tple1 a -unwntiv state and Li bas application for Tax my Deed to issue iiiceordance cash. aU in and said singular decree the mentioned following or described so much Whole System For Grown People and $
property
t orb[ an Important element of bumaitnowl with !law. .
? day CaUjiK-n ftflde I noUei Mly by Pfo-I the thereof a; shad be soffeient to satisfy said
The said certificates embraces IolJo1liQlanda
ik r pie fit lo gn>ni* or aaatr about 01
t bore like th fir-re'! In picture I the differential calculus. the date of the issuances of said Ccttifteati.in that it "t 'M the
-t'f..,. .; tbe a forfeiture. to restore the timber hereinafter tile formula is printed on every label showing T .
dates and number
tbe aid order
it. everybody ifi kiiu krtf Iu bU vwn way. ml/ b all to rumplettlj explore 1tJ lereiaafter names respectively particularly set forth, described from the lands on which I9I5.aprovided it i*. tonic properties of QUININE and IRON a is as strong as the>
ronderfnl situate or before September U
i!t One of the pdj'itlar p.,."rt* for great pruftertles. to-wit: op in a certain instrument of writing Ionic ad is in Taste1es FonD. It has no aW for Malaria, oms "

I u weet Waters Certificate No. 90. embraces Fractional Block from Atlantic Lumber Company to J. M.Wolfendea Ghes life and vigMatbcn
number of wopl tin t. ia Ward City.: See. 8, Tp T. S. S. 20 ECertificate WolfendeB. Wegeneral defality and loss of appetite.

I i of HUM) (', a unulftraa: of teat KAFFIR "BOY" SERVANTS. .aaes.ed VnkllOW1L partners. and Wol&nden Herbert Company K. ,dated the co and Pale. Sickly Children. Removes Bn' mot- withotit

:,, water flowluic Into for upper part of No. 9 2 embraces Lot 10 BIk 11 E 15th day of February A. D.. 1911. and recorded likens nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the Ever top t
: ill Ward City. See. 8. Tp. 1. S. R. 20
!. J tbe /lo1.Ieu" llnru. The beat and eailgal They Bath and Oil ThtmselvM and nwiied Cakaowa.Caless Count,.w Fbrid the Public February Beenrds%1. 1911 of Bradford in STeellaneous *- rifies the blood. A T .Tonic and Sure Appetizer. ACm'p>cieIiafgmiyshou1dbewit1iontitr !

way.to reach thU! place the .ktra&getl Th.n Don Filthy Cloth. did certificates shall be redeem Eeeord Book a. page 229. Guratced byJOU > We. : .
t
teeordiag ia law. Tax Deed will issue thereon
: told. U bjr niwlmat up the Ooden! Moat of the '"doiaestkwork "All the cypress and hardwood timber t-
i Iikjutb oa the 11th day of May A. D. 1914. standing. lying and being en the following
; ;, Horn This -lx>t and .-a.ier way U Africa U done by the Kaffir. W. T. Weeks.Clerk pieces parcels or tracts of land situate in

'- bowerer. a !Ut trying to tbe nerves rbo ** Circuit Court. Bradford County. Fla the Count"e of Bradford and Alachua. iff the
;? : are called -lwy, no matter what LSI By B. A. Weeks Deputy Clerk. described
State of "Florida more particularly
heir age may be. April 19-St u follows:
.
: When the Kaffir boys come from Uwraala East half of Southwest quarter. Nbrtbrat SEEDS SEEDS!
Yon. from before and quarter of Southwest quarter, and Southwest -
3 liople. are j'lIItled DO ODe ever uses theIr native PETITION quarter of Northwest quarter of .Section I
.. tiled scrrarm-d at In all the Ianw names. h We. the undeniiraed voters and tax-payen North half of Northeast I
lOOn they LroabtInto
aa are : TwentyfourZ4) ; <
01 svb choot district to be established and CI1
a
rx I Cow FielH Peas Velvet Beans
you rvrr beard of and frlzbten contact with the whites they take nowa as Roberts Sub-School District bercbi Quarter South half ef Southeast quarter and or ;

,, 'pit.a.. 'n> d,Mth before get down "white" et'tion the honorable Board of School Comlissioners West half of Section Twenty-five (25) : Sooth. Fk
1 you nam This prodace re of Bradford County: for an election east quarter and Southeast onarter of South Peanuts; Sorghum; Millet; Selected l;
"ed 61 tfle stairway lending tot alts not lacking in the elements of to establish this Sub-School District bounded vest quarter of Section Twenty-six (ZT;

; ;' '.the fitXA*' ... thing ran really hap- humo I I 11 follows: Soutiraut quarter quarter of Section and East Thirf half-tbree of Nortnrast 133): -: Corn. Complete .and full stock Garden [

'the landing NW do hilt know that Among the house boys "Knife/ See.Commencing'. 22 Tp. 4. at Range the 19 Northeast E. and corner ma sooth of forth half Southwest quarter. North half of.' Seed Poultry feed and I
., '' .; Southeast quarter and Southwest quarter of ,
.
toft.. Mr" "
Fork"
pen boold fallpromptly .
m andSpoon" are common 00 See. line to township line dividinc TOWBlips \-. -91r
Southeast of Section Thirty-four 13'-0'
'unfll afterward If ). 'of" four and five thence E. oa said line torallle quarter ; Supplies Incubators.Oldest .
oamt'S. "Table. .
; "Chair. "Carriage.: North half. East half of Southeast quarter. ; 'I'
19 and 20 thence
wng14 line dividing Ranges ;
Vrrfo VB; water yjfoheri b amid Watch" Southwest quarter of Southeast quarter and
and "Matchbox" are others mth oa said line to southeast corner of See- !
.
established and Seed House
be +., Southeast quarter of Southwest quarter of largest m Flofida.rt
out by friendly, > tion 12 5, Etr. 19. Thence west
the more fcifreuueutly used. There Is of.. Tp. sv see Section Thirty-five 35) : North half of So-rtb-I
t )!a ballah: In all tbe tone* 61e record one boy who took the ntilfta tiou line to Swift Creek; thence southwest west quarter, aid Southwest quarter of Sooth- for illustrated Catalogue. .
said creek to West line of Section 16
lonz : ;
below. y00 IKwarned west quarter of Section .Thirty-six (36); in t tTohip
r JtirO''naUc > cnlr. I own .':an name of "Ham and Egg" thence north to northwest eorneV of Mid see '
flirt Six Ili South. Range Nineteen T9f. E. A. MARTIN SEED OU;
I within an inch of your 1:* Kaffirs are Very fond of rice tion 11 ; thence west oa section line .nehalfile East; I I
must not do ; thence north on center tine .f Section South half of Eat Nine (9>. and North galff
I f abont all the thin* you small 1C'lIeD flwV learn to eat it among the 8 ; to north line of See. 8: thence north ..11lCCtion Lot Ten (10> and North half of South 206 East Bay St JACKSONVILLE;!i

in tbe calque. A calque U a bite, and one stable boy thought beIw1 line to Baker county line; them east halt .f Lot Eleven (U), of Section Thirty I1'iJ.
rowlKMt, the daintiest mort graceful aJoall said Baker county line t* point offtnaing. (V)). in Township Six (6) South. Range
found the flne st name In the world =-

little craft In, the world bet It was 10 "Rice." And farther to vote upon the mfllaKe to Fweaty (20)with Esat.Together all and singular the tene- .;>'S$ 1, j

I. to tip over. be assessed and for the purpose of eleetinr aboard nents. heredimeott and appurtenances there ""
made
....
In the Kaffirs are'thecfesnest I
from the landing some respects of three trustee for the aid.. .L.I.IdwtritL into belonging er in anywise appertaining
If you get away people in the world. They are and all the estate right title interest and: -
urttBout being spilled out Into the themselves In hotter Names: John Crews. G. F. Alderman. J. L. aU claim and demand whatsoever as well in-I :
sigh of relief' torever> scrubbing I oberts, Mr. C. A. Joiner, B. H. WHTi- aw as in equity of the said Mortgagors in
breathe one I
} g water yea and anointing themselves with ) Joe Loodhatter. J. C. Pearce W. P.TaJ. .
I. tn. and to the same and every part and panelj
:' tout not more than one for the Golden 011 1 I afterward. But the habit does notEtead k>r. J. Crete W. W. WilHamm J C. Cauberly. thereof with Me appurtenances I Favorite F Fertiliz tjJ J

Horn Is very narrow and very look busy at to their clothes. They will April 10-51: Miles W. Lewis,.Special -inCnaneafr.APL-244t.

'i and'any moment you may up take an elaborate bath and then don
down
tbe prow of a steamer bearing clothe. that never saw the washtubTashington ,- MASTER'S SALE. I
'upon yon at full speed Behind yon. Notice Is hereby given that under and by
of and to the left Star. virtue of that certain final decree* of fore- IN CIRCUIT COURT 8TH JUDICIAL CTRLUIT 4.a .
tbe right you
and to
our made and rendered November 18. 1913. OF FLORIDA. BRADFORD COUNTT. tARE
:' \, of you are clumsy freight boats managed by tbe Judge of the Circuit Court of the BILL FOR FORECLOSUSE OF MORTGAGE. .

'' ,, i.: by scolding boatmen. And just Old Book AdvertisementThe Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida in and O. L. .Thomas vs. L. C Smith and Lflla .
what advertising of children's books For Bradford County, In Chancery Sitting in Smith his wife '
c j'; j- here one of your oarsmen does to have advanced in Ingenuity Favor of Bank of Lake Batter a corporation NOTiCE T& APPEAR.The BEST -
./ he has forbidden you to do-stands up does not seem organised and existing under tile laws of State .f Florida.
," gesticulating, be since tbe time of old John the State of Florida complainant and atrainst To L. C. Smith and Lilla Smith his wife.It
; ,;.:,, In bis place. Wildly Newbery. Here Is a specimen of his G. W. Whitemore. Emily E. Poston. R. R. having been shown by affidavit that the ': FOR
Molds back in picturesque Turkish at December Poeton and The Peoples Bank of Daytona: a Defendants L C. Smith and Lilla Smith his '
carelexa steersman who has nearly art from the Morning Chronicle in corporation defendants the undersigned will wife are non-residents of the State of Florida

a bare bad 1767: "This day was published offer for sale before the Court House Door at I and that the residence of said Defendants is : ..
.,' tipped you over. After you Trueloves New Year's Gift. or Starke. Bradford County. Flor'da. during the at Blue Springs. County of Barbour State of ALL CROPS
'. tbU experience a few times and have Xuree lezat hours of isle on Monday. May 4. 1914. Alabama and that said Defendants are over I .
I life' cease to the Book of Books For Children to the highest and best bidder for cash the the age: of twenty-one :yean.- I Writ for Catalogue.INDEPENDENT .
with you 4
i escaped your. adorned with cuts and designed u a following described personal property in It fc therefore ordered considered and adjudged 1

,- : mind ItQuet would Bradford County State of Florida. that the sad Defendants L C. Smith i
who
: comes at last and long, smooth present for every little boy 1. One brown mule named Brownie( age and LUla Smith his wife do appear to the
motion become a great man and ride upon a 4 wars.: Complainant's Bill of Complaint herein on i'i
: stretches of shining water. The and to little girl who 2 One brown mule named BilL age 4 or before the 2Cnd day of May A. D. 1914. of j
of a calque U perfect It glides over fine bone every y.an, or u be is further known one mouse in default whereof a decree pro confesso will
with effort at all. The all- I would become a great woman and ride colored mule about five years old named Bill be entered against the said L. C. Smith and
the water no ia I
In lord mayor's gilt coach. Printed D. E. Knight Special Master Lilla Smith his wife. *
: 'I/ftrlIght of the eastern sun the magic a Chancery.Joe It :s further ordered that this notice be
I I for tbe author who has ordered these Hill Williams Solicitor for ComplainantTo FERTILIZER
touch of the soft south wind the published in the Bradford County Telegraph :
vole of the nuezzfn calling to prayer boob to be given gratis to all little a newspmoer published at Starke in Bradford .
and girls at the Bible and Sun In county Florida once each week for five eonjfutive -
from the minaret In the distance boys weeks.

charm you Into the land of tbe lotoa.sp .- St Paula churchyard they paying for Prevent Blood Poisoolneipply Is witness whereof. I have hereunto set my JACKSONVILLE, ..FLA.F
the binding, which U only twopence hand and affixed the seal of our Circuit Courton 'j;
Grace Fleming Tan gweringen iajjen at once tae wonderful old reliable DR. this the 22nd day of April A. D. 1914. WE SELL --
Cbroukle. SEED POTATOES
eacb buuk.-Londun HEALING OIL.surjicsl :15-
ANTISEPTIC
'York Tribune. rORTEK'S W. T. Weeks Clerk. .
.. dressins that relieve paia and heals at A. Z. AdVins. By R. A. Weeks
+ ..... I I the tame tiac. NotaUniacnt 2Sc.SIc.$ Ja Complainant's Solicitor -D.C.t\ I IJ 0


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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH '

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CHINA'S YELLOW' STREAKS. 1 1I I -

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lYSTEBYJSUNOS Linked With the country's Vast Bedsof f fJ

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Some <>( tar: ii>< nt d&lltl'te tlc iffipresxioi's i

nf (:Lion are nnmccted with THIS STORE r
Some of the World's Black Spots
the great .!.*?*>> deposit that covers the if J

White Men. greater part of north ChinA. In some '
Defy
That {
places it reaches a depth of 1.500 feetor j : i;


[HAVE NEVER BEEN EXPLORED. borne 2.000 accumulation feet it I is of probably: dried mud a wind or im Is Not Best Because Biggest, but It's j jt = .

tine desert "clad coming from the arid

interior of Asia. It is uniform in com

"htlr InhwprUbU ShONe or Savage position and structure unstratlfied. j f fI

Natives Bar the Way to Those Who splits vertically and contains, land Biggest Because Best ,

Fata of shells but no water shells. .
Would Learn Their Secret*-
The streams have cut down throughthe
Expeditions to Tiburon. .
loess and are all deeply stained ,.
Leaving cot of consideration the still with Its characteristic brown yellow.It 'I t I

[unexplored portions of the arctic and is the. loess that gives us Yellow Fourteen years ago the Rhodes-Fltch-Collins Furniture Company began biiiiiess!. : : .

[antarctic rt1JoDB-ilnd there are milI river ,Yellow sea. Yellpw emperor- The first store was a very small one but its policy was big and broad. In fourteen I
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I lions of miles of themthereare doubtless it suggested the imperial col "- :years
square
[ many spots on this little globe of or. The northern portion of the Pe- ; many changes have come. The little store has grown to be a very big store-thevery:; !! :

tine Hahkow railway passes through a i r .: biggest of its kind in the entire
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[oars that bare yet to become familiar vast yellow country, and the traveler State. It has grown so large until it has ceased to : l;

1|with mile the or frown face of npoa a white the fearless man and and to scarcely sees'a stone, a' bill or a tree. ii ; bean dinary store-it has become an institution. Its purpose i is to serve all the people :

The soil and the watercourses are yellow f f: }
.J of Flordia better than have
f hardy pathfinder.New the flat roofed houses are yellow they been served before and better than they can be eiVedelsewhere i ;
Guinea Is one of the few coun- '
the walls of the cities and towns are t :f
[tries that still present untrodden fields f i
yellow. The air Is yellow with dust fa
for the explorer but there are a number Watch 1!
Everything that grows is yellow even our announcement next week. i .
of island that remain a mystery to i
their
the yellow people'and clothing
the world at large and that will probably ; I
: are powdered with the yellow dust
I so remain for many years to come. cheese. : .j. 1 '
The loess slices like Most of ,
One of these Isles of,mystery,is Ti J
buron inlaid where not so long ago an the mountain people house themselves ek-Collin a> ) ,
by'digging a cave in a bank formed *"0 ;
explorer met Us fate. ills name was ; RYa1NITYAS I 1 ::1 tI ;
of this material. When plastered it !L2I oo M S A*vSFLORDIA'S .
Wayne, and be is lId to have been a
makes a clean dry place warm in e --- -- / ( ,l t 1 ;
clever mining I
expert. .
whiter and cool in summer. its only d I
Wayne west across to Tiburon InOctober t '
drawback Is ia the matter, of ventila M !
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a
and act a trace has since been ,
tion. Some of these dwellings are twoor LARGEST'
teen of him, nor Is ,it likely that his -_ FURNITURE STORE -
three stories high have framed wlndoors ", I
fate will ever te known. .
and and well fur -
.
doorways are
He wit warned :of the dangers that nished. OUR NEW HOME 1 '

were before bum, In spite of offers of It startles you to look over a broad. A 'Twelv JACKSONVILLE i
Furniture Store F
doable pay be could not get a soul to atory ;
pnirieUke country, 'divided Into'fields' LORDIA.1t 3t
accompany bum' m he crossed Bell's
highly cultivated: and see no highways, f
since and. like ill others who '
passage
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booses people or domestic :anImals.
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hare preceded him has never come ....
0 The roads have cut their way into the ,. .
back.Tlbnroa _
loess and ran at the bottom of canons ,
te ee lonely Island la savage Lord Kitchener's Way. l I Hungarian Road to Slimnes .

Melanesia .It lie in the gulf of California sometimes seventy have or eighty' feet deep. The Three Ages! of Crime. Lack of funds Wag'uptJo one occasion -, This I* a uetbod for reducing that MAKE YOUR OWN -
The people dug out their dwell- "There urnIltrrr, as11 riniiiials.
separated from the Mexican the excuse brought forward by a
ings and"stables in the cliffs that line said LtHiMj. the dftiHtixt. Is practhed! in Hungary: PAINT ; ,
nafnlaad by only a few miles of salt bead of department as the reason for ,
water. the roads and streams.-Youth's Com "The fart II\". from M-yi-ntf-vn to not 'proceeding with certain public I At night Just before relitiug fill the .

.. bathtub witb hot water Iud in Ibis TGU nlll SAVE
yw. thirty, is thedartug, and <] -|jsrrne one -
Yet It remains one of the worlds L work at Cairo. Lord Kitchener,
black epeta., It tat never yet been explored Highway robl*>ry. (jlml;:...iniii;:s mid with characteristic terseness, scrawled dissolve three pounds of epsom salts : 60 els. PER GAL

DELIGHTS OF SKBNG.Pst'hetion holdups, murder for a fen 1ollir- this Get into the tub and lie with the body '
in blue
by .white men. Its only Inhabitants >d across the official document _THIS IS HOW
are a tribe of Indians who arm- is the w'ur.-i"nt". a ruel. wicked nudsupremely pencil "Find the money." Needless to as fiat itS |>o* ibe.! Keep the hot water t \

ed with beers ad arrows dipped Im of Motion and a New Rick fooiixh.ace. any the money wan found. faucet OIR-II all tile time' su ttut tile / Bay 4 gals. L.&M.Semi*
The roijd from to for Mixed Real Paint $3.40
thirty .
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nee.
tome unknown bot.deadly pohwa. With Every Turn. Another time when the question of i water never cools Itemaln in this

-boot down all who try to land. The delightful sensation of skiing is ty-tire is UK cautious safe middle.- one., making a roadway from Cairo to He- hath for fifteen minute; then take a ADd3gaJs.LinseedOil'tonuxw.tiit 2.t() !I

The expedition of 1879 vanished Into thug described by Arnold Loan ia Burglaries that are IIKasy touau. a distance of fourteen miles. cold shower or spray.At -- '
forgery, cuuuterfpitius iu a word. Make37gab.Pabt JIC.CJ
, the Interior and wattnever seen again Comhiil: was broached Kitchener asked the responsible first the halt! may IH enervatingIf .

and the same fate befell the party king i. the perfect motion.. I rrinM plul'kthilt'is drutaii.l the;ug 1"11111 witln-r vkdfurv, nor engineer if tbe road couldbe so. taLi- .' ftn jid day. Theuftener itt It's only $150 per t J. j !

beaded by lrofessor ISillle la 1901 shall :not qualify this dogmatic statement "The third from age rty-tive to completed by It certain date-May 1 ti.! ; 'ar- 1.lb' ii llit- j'iiiker the The 1_ A M, !.n-lnxm

There to way 1 one other Island in all till I tin
the world wticfe ran .match Tlboroa. : some other form of speed. I seventy criminal. ix Itho'nv t stH-utire a gong ftoIdt'l"ont. The Be "But is it 11OS..lbl"'' r asked Kitchener I.!'.i" harmless! tbongh bit strenuous paint ZINC materials" UNSEES lot OIL-Ire lot ;years.Uae but. lL%.o"a.

and that It ,in the Solomon., have met runners who have tried everything "It's possible but ;
Alalayta does wt ant himself hut be plans/ and ic .rs.t. ft cL oat of any you buy: and If rrt the
Watch tt-tfeat te, In the way of savagery. from aii aeroplane to a racing "Very well then" came the Nap t'rlI'tir-illl) the same method b uvd beet paint medethea reluru ihi pint c&J get I
of
commands crimes magnitude, train all back.
And erne in Malayta there are cat. from steeplechase tn a Cresta leonic reply."1 shall drive my car from I I I for caring a severe cold in the bead ur your moocy 1I

'white' neo oa Che coast Valuable I toboggan run. One and all placed and robberies te like balk.""-New robberies\'lIrk'1'ribune.kiduapiugs Cairo to Belouau over that road' on rht t. except that only two pounds of DE WITT C. JI< NES. .

pUntatte W coanata and other skiing above all rivals. Aeroplanes May I." And he did. fp"":u salts are used and u very hot: i ii
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tropical produce tave ,been planted oa raved to rube uneasy doubts till 1 net Why She t Believed. drink: preferably a toddy is'drunk before Starke, Florida i;i t

the shores fit Mafayta. but Inland is a a dtatiiigufelied air man. who told me -What sort ui a <-bi|> b that fellow Left at the Port. :ettiiig 'into the bath as it aids I ,
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moantaiaow country covered with that be round skiing' more exciting. that has u- n calling upon you?" The Professor's Wife (to the professor In induiiiu |1lt'NflirJtfoD. After the .. -- I

thick bash and inhabited by fierce After the first uovelty wears off( -so he -He's the luckiest fellow in the who baa jnt come in from awalk bath gu directly to lied and put on all 't;

tribes of caaaiaate. eaid-Qyiug liecuiiies monotonous. One world."H .- )-Wbat have yon done with your the covers in Mhle. In two hours the I t .1 I

Gold Is believed to exist la the interior patch of iir U very much like another. w tW know?" umbrella and Fido The Professor bed will be i, utt' damp frvm the ptTpiratiou. I
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-of M lru. and more than one Wind pockets are exceptional whereas "He told me you sea" (trying to remember}' Wb:1t-b.m- or s-buiild be. New Turn DR. L. J. ADAMS' t t ; !

expedition ban bees organized to search the ao\\y hillside is full of traps for And do believe all he tells wait a minute. Ob. yes; precisely.You Sun.
the you see. my bat blew off. and I didn't ,,
unwary.
.for the precious metal But the bushmen ?" Veterinary Surgeon ;
you
want to have the little beast run .
'The runner down the poor
who steal aoiselessly a serpents skIt sweeps Siberia's: ; Growth.
Mi believe that for be told me it just a .
hillside rect with a natural and with me after >L so 1 stuck the um- :
through the truplcal forest hare wipedout graceful after i bad promised to become his Om"k. Siberia has bra ome the outfitting -.1 J
everyone 41f the explorers, and poise, He creates pace without the site."-8UI1.-tull Tost brella in the ground somewhere and ,. jiumt for iu estnionlinary migration f ,.
aid of machinery. Skiing is autochthonous tied Fidu to it. 1 suppose they are still I I. TIr '
their smoke dried beads decorate the amated at :.tXlO.OOO people annually -

dark temples ia the central mountains ; it is born of the Mother How They Manage. there.-New York Post i. lwh IltlUI' into the country ItI

Other Islands there are which are as Earth. Between yoif and the hillside "I'd like to know how you and your bordering ou Mongolia.; Nothing la :
there U an inch of sensitive ash that Nailing Another Lie.
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impregnable Tiburon and Europe 01'lila has been
as Ualayta.
well ever quite eo
wife get akin; M> together.: "
"" 'II. nave a sensible daughter
(
but for different reasons. One such IsTromeUn pulses with very beat of the slope. "I'll tell you. Whenever ma -decides you like the Ipriuini up of the great eit.Il'II Ift
niram. I saw her washing dishes in
The skis form intimate link be-
a lonely pot of land thirty an that one of the children iiHHl |mni!:b- But does of the American middle west as is ,
the pantry just now. why
miles north of Uaoritius. It to surrounded tween you and the ever changing car- log I don't InltTfere. and wbfu I de-, she newt a red light" the growth today of new towns'in Si

by a terrific rampart of coral. face. tide to rorrwt our of the youust beria. Except that the tide is movingeast
dishes: did such
which Is folly 150 fnk wide. A mile "As they rise and tall leaping over she does the. same for uie."-Detroit -Washins She never instead .>f west the movement \
tbiii iu her life. sirs developing
out on any side of the island the sea hillocks slaking into dips they seem Free l'r\'N' a has many imrallels to the wonderful
old chap.. Louisville I '
la from 10.000 to 12.000 feet deep. The at once living vital things with a will -- photographs; migration which won the west for .

turf which always breakson the and a Joy that is 11 their own. And Opered by Mistake. Courier-Journal. Aw rit'8. There are however, two sink- hAll

rocky fence of this submarine monnsain this is the peculii glory of our craft. AbsentininUUiy the young womna lug differtu.es. The first is that the diseases of Ike Hone, i J,

top. tuakea tending practically It forces as to a knowledge of nature Himself,Again. pioneering is cc>ni|;aratively luxurious* Cow and Dog treats!.. I
In one of her most fascinating moods. ya1It'd Kindly Old Gentleman iregnlar visitor fi
tf lrusslble Tardon ni "."* she viid. "1 didn't compared to the American movement Have your Hogs vaccinatedto ;
The ski runner most adapt his tacticsto to the! zuw -Kuper, how's your while the u-.ltliu."t 21d of being
Yet
It was here that la 1761 a French mean It do ta.it" prevent Cholera: I
Ha h.' bark bis
transport was wrecked and 110 every change in the hillside, to .. I sick liou today got swept aside are being tlorbed by iu .
survivors .
"I t**?. r..pona. II r. Lingrrluug"opened : appetite for fresh meat Keeper- ,Have your Cows stetted for i
of every fickle fancy of the snow. The tenuarrupe n .itb the settlers. The ten
out over 800 aboard got
ashore alive. Of these, seven, all black skater and the skeleton: : rider soon ; by uiKt.i6e.-Cbii-agi Tnbune. That 'e ':\It. sir. .t:'s Just eaten the day journey tip the Irtish river frutuOmsk tuberculosis befcte ciing milk. }
learn to know the tricks of the rink veterinary sir that was girin'! 'iui 'is
.women were rescued ID the year 17761bavins or into tic promIsed land is made Prompt attention given to !

by some amazing miracle kept ice run. But the hills are never the Small! Temptations. physic sir.-New York i'osL by steamboats which are the last word calls day or night. .

tame, the snow is never the same; in tbe luxury and convenience of river j I
litp olD
themselves for a space of if- slope U revelation As swarms ot noxious$ IU-t'I'to{ areless Relic of the Past Cfl Edwards Stalk, "ijMait. Starl
every a snowfall -
teen months with no food but shellfish every easily ina a new discovery." 80. woman you treasure House.STIIIE,1UtaVil.
and &o drink but brackish water. so is tlit victory over &tuail temptations mans phutugrapbT"Don't ; \ ""

In the yeah H217 that famous navt- greater than that over ,ueavy be rwli:
fator. Henry Hudson, reported the ei- One Way to Get Tough. trials. portrait ut yourself wnen you bad In the day ula-u Louis XIV., "Le e .

teteix of a rock Island ken miles east Perhaps the most extraordinary of all hair.-Lo'jLsviile Courier-Journal. Gr.'lndIOII.lrqlll'." was dazzling: Europe ..- ,

of tireenlSud It was named JIB May- methods of warding off cold is that No Exchange. his iiuniAier.. I.o\'ols. was superintending :...

en That. Island was never seen again adopted by some of the tribes of the "1 see. you Drought; Uu-k tb >' same Chinese Writing. ou the kings;: behalf the '

until the year 18U). when 'a party of Canadian northwest. It is a matter of umbrella fUll tlN'-' to the banquet.e : The British museum contains the building of the palace of the Triauou In on the Ground] Floor. .' (
I have always been suspicions of
Ecglikh people among whom was discipline. The buys when young are "\ <: 1 didu't sw anything letter." oldest Known examples of Chinese In hue park at Wrxaillf Louis in- :
good things, said a we\! known Xew _
first whipped in order make their
to
Lord <<
Dufferin. caught a glimpse of It. hiu-sas City Journal. writing in the form of inscriptions en *!<*"'t who has for
flesb tingle and then sent to bathe in York .lawyer, lepntadou
Then It : .
for
vanUhed another
,fifty animals bones. and lfi nerd 'ue of the uidows to be '
a large philo-sopby. "I rc-awnibir whoa : .
the half
frozen rivers.
years, to be seen once more in July. On entering Lurk conies: to them who help themselves out of 1"1111' aped M-uiVr! tii.iu the resL .
19)0. by the tourists aboard the their teen they are made to lid out of bad I was a young man I Ijul an ofP"rtunity 1 ,
yachting and know how to wait-Mas Try and trust nlll move mountains. This Ixiu\ii 'li-iiifd. and the king '
doors at night without clothing. The I to get lu ca tic gfonnd doer
liner Oceana.M O'Rell. -Old tile \\"Indl1I11.urt'tJ.! with the result te '
Saying.
conseqntjie I N that those who surviveare ; of what baked to me a load or. .
one Has ever set foot on Jan that he was I ru\Hl to If right and boo r
Mayen. No one b ever likely to. for ab.e to go naked in any .weather opt-ulj before all lL? court ridiculed easy moaey. 1
no navigator: would willingly approachIt without the slightest discomfort Lou vats. "1 consulted one of tin M time coaservati < t

It Is the ; e Ili'u..t: Wall! stf t. lIe scaled J"
center of the thickest fogs But (the minister bad bis revenge
on the surface of this planet and from Very Simple. fur with the angry ejaculation that tu and s.iili 'wt<:i.1 to pis story and ,

one year's end to another usually remains Whately nice asked: a surgeon why 1 would find latter employment for a then.. decide: i -

totally Invisible the operation of hauling is fatal mouanb tJ.u that sir insulting bU favorites \ -TCife: arriring fimio In' high i

Bourn island in the antarctic. Is al- lie replied: "Because respiration is eiubroiled France by his in spirits tells her busUiuj.sUe: has 'purchased

OHM equally inaccessible. It la tbe checked, circulation is stopped. and INSTOCK science! ia a quarrel with the powers. a new bonnet : ".\nd, sweetheart -

summit of a dead ,volcano, which rises blood suffuses and ingest the brain." which only elided 'years later in tb; ," she said Lbsiug;:; him, "1 get

steeply from immensely deep water "Xo." said the archbishop casting J peace of Uyswict after a' war which so"zcthkg, for you too." :

and It has been sighted only twice about for Illustrations for his "Logic," J PLANERS! IlESAWS 5TE.13I FEEDS.' entailed the I loss of many lives and the "Goodr tscLiiiLed'tie: happy bus-

ainre Its discovery In 1739. "It is because the rOIl| l< not long JLVTCHERS SELF FEED RIP t expenditure of large Minis of money. baad. "V.Twtisitr

Once and once only has man set footalOu enough to allow the man's feet to meet TOWER EDGEHS TRIMMERS ". .role Li:I." the &!0;>-New York

it. 'A boat from the German exploring the grouni" 1 PERKINS' SHI.\GLE MACIIIAEKY 8u. -
English Prizefighters.
*hip| Valdivia landed but the t EXGIXES, up to 40 ]a., SAWMILLS There was a lime \viieu nearly even Y-- J,

people found exploration impossible. Only a Truce."I BOILERS, up to 40 b. Light and heavy (prominent prizetfihter bad a nickname Catacombs of the Pruids.

The rocky sides were not only of ap- understand the Slammer have S.\WDt'S'l" COWE\OHS SLAB CA A EVORgGASOLI I more t'lwrlIl.f ncd. l.y admirers: thin Eleven mites southeast:: of London, in

Pacing steepness, but they were literally made up their domostii quarrels and >C EAGt\ES STEAM FEEDS i Ms real name sad tiiie of these were Kent not iiiany >ears ItO were 'discovered -

coated with smooth Ice making are on speaking terms." LATH MILLS STAVE 31ILLS: filanr .'inf. \Viliiatii! Terry a famow the catacombs (4 the ancient s

climbing a matter of ImposslbllltPearson' ,.- "Yes. replhrf iUs Cayenne. "Their DISSTOX SAWS fighter of early Victorian day, was druids, which are now ms.1 y visited by .

Weekly.Let reconciliations remind me of a thaw I SAW BITS for all mates of saws "the Tisiton Slabber: William Thomp sightseers and are UgLUd. for a part' .

between two freezes which only! 1 SH-FTIXG PILLE1S BOXES sun who won the championship IB183T at feast by electric! light Over fifty ,
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Evil End With You. mikes: matters .worse."-Washington ( BELT:SG, 4 srsdca- .- ;UUJa to best was known is Beiidigo.; The Australian miles of (lumbers, cut iii the (balk! ,t

i Let evil end with you. Do not pass Star. LOG cn\i\s. \ T HOOKS TOXGSI'ER1"TIr. mining tuwn was named after cliffs have already been explored. The :

on the scandal the doubt the injustice } .:. FOR TUB him. and. although:; ume of the inhab druids lived in these catacombs who.iittackwl

the abuse you have received. Moral Passes for It Sometimes."It SAWMILL itantmuuazed to hare it rethrbtenet liy their northern mc; *>vi.

garbage thus consumed shall lighten Is often Impossible'to distinguish Write forPrices Sandhurst the new came never' caught:: and here they buried inlay of weir (e'

:your neighborhood Instead of cumber silence from wisdom.. d ) on. Otber uicbnaniea borne by heroes dead. The stone in which tbe lrum'n i "

log: and" deflllng lt-"A Farmer's Note "Naturally. Because it Is often the 4 tR s of the ring were "the Gasman. the sacrifices were made is stilt to he t-C\11.

book. same thing."-Boston Transcript \ s Sailor Boy -the Chelsea Snob. "the and also the well,:from wlilcu .ltt-I'S X
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Fold Smuggler "the treat Gun t-f drawn to this day. '

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1. Irtcrestintf 'facts Gathered' During the Week by Our Found .

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LAKE BUTLER.. I NEW RIVER.Mr. t A tobacco that is instantly

M. J. Sapp spent last Sunday <

l 1' Mrs. Mattie Jones was called to the: with his sister, Mrs. J. R. Mott, at f distinguished from aU!! others

I. bedside of .her brother, Mr. CharlesPrevatt : Worthington.Mr. \

\ of Kissimmee.: We'are sorry R.' A. Greene, of Gainesville, by its fragrance. '

1'i;, .. JI ,to state that Mr. :"Rrevatt has since spent last Saturday and Sunday with L

k :". 4 died. This leaves Mrs:! Jones the only his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. The first time I .
f .' Greene. you get whiff of xa.

Xli surviving one of the family.Mr. : Prof. S. A. Draper, principal of STAG you'll
buy
k E. Burnett with his.wife. go some. ;
.; A., ,, Lake,Butler high school, preached at

';.'. and child, will soon arrive in Lake Long Bridge. last Saturday night and t I In the pipe,in the tin, indoors, Outdoors y

0 Butler. Mrr Burnett will take charge Sunday.

of the Times office as foreman printer. Mr. Shelton Edwards, of Tampa, -3 its natural lasting fragrance
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: is visiting relatives and friends here will win at and
Mr. Lockwood, of the Star, is seeingto you once forever
for a few days.
the Times until the arrival of Mr.Burnett Miss Carrie Thomas and Miss '
f Convenient Packages : The Handy ali."No .
i Renfroe visited relatives and Bite
Evelyn Size 5-Cent Tin, the Full-Size iO-Cent Tin, the Pound'andHalfPound
Mr. Wm Johnson, editor'and owner friends at Sampson ,City last Saturday "No 'g' "
ti and Sunday.Mr. Tin Humidors and the Pound Glass Humidor.
of the Times is alive to the interests "No flag,
I Cecil Cason, of Micanopy, is k
He will soon put a "No "
of the county. spending this week with his father String. aI

;; large tract of,land. on the market at and mother, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Cason. .Il1IO! Oi1UIII11ll11I! IiIIIi

'a about $25 an acre. The tract will Master 0. J. Mott, son of Mr. and

.be laid out in five'and ten acre farms. Mrs. J. R. Mott, of Worthington, has

been spending a few days with his STAG
Land down south is selling at from
grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. STAG
$5O"to $200 an acre; and it is not Sapp. _

k anything like the land in Bradford Mrs. M. L. Newsome and little son,

:: 'i county. To plant five acres of citrus of Mulberry, Fla., came last Sunday .

.'- fruit in the south means an expenditure night to spend a few weeks with her I for Pipe and

of nearly. a thousand dollars, parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Sapp. Cigarette."IVERIASTINGLY ,

Hon. J. B. Crews,went to Theressa '
i of waiting before "
then there are years GOOD
last Sunday morning to fill the appointment ,
: ,
returns come in, fertilizer to be of Rev. Mullady. .i saw

: purchased in. the interval. It takes The truck growers of this section s P. Lorlllard Co.-EttablUhtd I76O "

t''a man with quite-a little capital to are being damaged considerably by

{ do this. In Bradford: ,county it is the drought. it v

w:, different. A man can come here with From the looks of the fishing tack-

; '- but a few hundred dollars, purchasefive les last Saturday the bream and "little '\.

I acres of land, he needs no more. minnows" of New River were hair \o;. TOBACCO
}
.. -s} One acre of strawberries 'will give lipped. .
.; .
him a living for the first year and Everybody invited .tp attend the
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I! 4.1 v no'mean living at that. ,And the re New River Literary Debating Society .

turn comes in the first year. I every Friday night, beginning at seven MAXVILLE.Mr. LI.

.. How can.a' city man, run.a strawberry thirty. and Mrs-M. C. Reeder became

farm? Quite easily. He just the proud parents of a nine and a half

F makes up his mind to hard :work. He RAIFORD.Mrs. pound boy Tuesday. :

'must not come down here to show the Fannie Johnson, of Jackson- Mrs. J. E.,Waldrup, of Jacksoville, FREE> WHILE THEY LAST

Crackers, how to do it, as some have ville, visited relatives here Sunday.Mr. manager of the Girls Canning Club, :

done who did not stay long. He will Lee Roberts, of Alinfield, visit- spent some time in Maxville this week # .

; i just look over the fence and see how ed relatives here,Sunday. ( in the Club's interest. .

his neighbor, does it, then he goes Mrs. Lem Sapp and family, spent The Ladies Aid Society met with

and does likewise. Our farmers feel Sunday at Worthington Springs. Mrs..Parish this week.
To the first one hundred will be
them and Tate Denmark of Starke visited We had shower applications given ;
flattered ,when you copy a sufficiently heavyto free of charge one copy of "Spraying Simplified" a
they are.willing at all times to give relatives here Sunday.Geo. settle the dust Wednesday night. valuable up-to-date book;telling how to control the

expert advice. Why, this county B. Stallings, of Lake Butler, The prayer meeting is prosperingand insects and diseases which attack fruit trees, rose 4f

.should be.full of people, and,it will was here on business Monday. I even on bad nights the attend- bushes, plants and vegetables of, all kinds. :

l sf be; it just needs to be known. Mrs. J. B. Crews and, daughter, ance is large enough that an interest- t -",..

r'. a t Drl Maines and Mrs. J. M.. Cain Gertrude, of Long Bridge, were here ing service can be conducted. i -

4 attended court in Lake City as .witnesses shopping Saturday.B. The Irish potato crop is coming on The various diseases and insects attacking Peaches, _

:4 I in a damage suit. I. Taylor visited Lake Butler splendidly. Quite a number of north Orange Trees, Fruits and Vegetables can be controlled ': f.

} Y Our\ school, both teachers and Sunday. ern people who came here within the by spraying. If you don't believe it a trial
r will convince
.
scholars, are busily' engaged at There were more than 100 bushelsof past year or two have large field of you.I ';:>

,,':. practice for ,the commencement which strawberies shipped from here on potatoes. : ,..rlf.>'

: promises to be an intensely interesting No. 40 Monday afternoon, goingto I Last week D. B., Browning had an Cr..

l, occasion. northern markets. eye injured by a flying chip, but it is have'a complete line of Spraying Machines and t

J Rev. Holmes Logan filled his regular Lacy Ritch visited Lake Butler now improved and he is again at workon Insecticides for sale at lowest prices. ;;
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'"t. f appointment at Hampton on Sunday, Tuesday. the new home for Rev. House. l t 1 .- "tIt',

.' preaching to two splendid congregat Silas Walker, of Jacksonville, is The Maxville people are shipping

:"' ', tions. His appointments for next spending his vacation here this week. strawberries in good quantities every ,

W' "- '. Sunday are: New Zion, morning; Lake D. B. Browning, who has building week. R. S. FERNANDEZ, ;STARKE, FLA. f

4 ,; Butler, ,evening. contract at Maxville, visited his f mi- Rev. Ernest House will preach for I J. VERNON JONES' ,
0 Candidate for County Treasurer of .
l Rev. J. W. Bingham, presiding elder ly here Sunday. the church at Maxville both morningand Bradford CountyENTERPRISE ,,1

of the Gainesville District spent a WATER OAK. evening on next Sunday.

t N: few hours in Lake Butler last Friday. This week will be the close of the Fred Lucas has moved his black.. __

The work of lowering the lake is strawberry season this year and all smith shop into the new building and n

progressing. This is being done by he is using the old shop entirely for MASTER'S SALE. SHERIFF'S SALE.
'tr= report a successful year, and'we Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Phillips and two Notice is hereby given that tinder and by Notice is hereby given that under
digging a canal for some length, and should study and work to improve an implement store and sales room. virtue of a final decree to enforce a lien made virtue of a certain writ of execution
deepening the branch. This will have It is filled with up-to-date machinery children returned home to Miami and rendered April 24th, 19U, by the judge of out of and under the seal of the Circuit I
the industry.Our the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial Cir- in and for Bradford County, State of 1
the effect of drying up the swampy people highly enthused with Tuesday. 0 cuit of Florida, in and for Bradford;; County. bearing date of 22nd day of April \..j
land the like' are LAWTEY.Mrs. Misses Debbie Phillips and Annie in chancery sitting, in favor of W. 3. Thompson ln! 4. ia that certain cause therein
surrounding and giv"ing the interest and move that the boardof complainant and against the Southern wherein B. B. Waldron is plaintiff aid !
,an approach to it. It will also trade is W. A. Colley, of Starke, was Clemons and Mr. 0. J. Phillips at- Turpentine Company a corporation, defendant ern Turpentine Company a codefendant
in the
taking telephoneline. visiting relatives here tended church at .Rising Sunday.. the undersigned will offer for sale before ; J, S. B. Denmark, u SheftfJ
Wednesday.Mr.
add to the beauty and interest' of Some of our citizens were talk- the court house door at Starke; Florida dur- Bradford County, Florida, have levied gpoII a
Lake Butler. J. T. Thomas was a business 0, J. Phillips visited at Starke Sat- ing the legal hours of-sale on Monday. June will offer for sale to the highest and best ba
ing the matter among themselves, visitor to Jacksonville urday. let 1914 to the highest and best bidder for for cash on'Monday. June 1, 1914 duriatj
..' The Rev. S. S. Proctor has returned but will be glad to concur with the Monday. cash, the following described personal property legal hours of sale on said day. in tci
from of his' Miss Louie Belle Brown was a guestof The road workers are now getting to-wit: Two bay:horse mules, one mouse the court house door in Starke'Bn
one
J missionary board of / all.of the following
.
trade. colored horse mule, one black horse mule with Count'Flotila
journeys. He will preach morning Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ellis relatives and friends in Starke into Enterprise. Now, hurry. up boys; one eye, and one bay horse mule with lop personal property!: and real estate -ri-
Clemons Monday and Tuesday.Mr. and do it good. ears five double wagons and harness. typrewrlter and typewriter desk one toll 1Ib-
.
and evening on Sunday.. desk, three straight office chain. ene
i on last Sunday a fine baby girl. Joe Hill Williams, :
: ,The Ladies Missionary Society of Henry Dingfelder left for New We wonder if Hess and Paul are '- Special Muter in Chancery. chair one lot of tools, three lanterat I
Mother and baby are doing fine. York City still hearty. n. E. Knight, Solicitor for Complainant. one lamp, one flat top dellk'and water ;
the M. E. Church, South, has placed Mrs. D. M. Edwards returned hometo Saturday.Rev. May 1-6t. four storage tanks, one stump poUer
a goodly number ',of useful articles Henry Ezell, of Bryceville, The strawberries will soon be gone. storage tanks, three redistillers one W
It Tampa Saturday after spending a house air compressor, one iron waterWthree ,
'r : in the parsonage, among them being few preached at the Masonic Hall last Mr: Aldermanof Jacksonville, -representing MASTER'S SALE. boilers, and two engines one dew f*
days at the bedside of her
mother Notice U hereby given that under and by one Smith Valle ,one engi"1
Sunday, both afternon and evening. the Merchants Grocery Co. pump pump
:; screens for the windows and three that was hurt last wek. Mrs. Wain- virtue of a final decree of foreclosure made ed Vine,one iron water tank,two eylinto*
'v additional screen doors. Mr. L H. Hill was a business visitor of that city, was here Wednesday. and rendered April 29th, 1914 by the judgeof densors one' electric\ dynamo, two
right being of mature age is not Jacksonville Mr. H. S. Norman the Circuit court of the Eighth jndic'al brick; 5h1o,the following real estate-' .
One of the largest shipments of mending fast from her accident xto Wednesday. is filling up his circuit of Florida, in and for Bradford county, Commencing at the Southwest corner ttj
.' : cattle that very Thirty-two carloads of strawberries store.: in chancery in favor of G. F. Markillie, com even in Old Lake Butler, 'mnninf
was
x"[ ever booked from'I last week. plainant and against Willie E. Barclay and North SO feet to point of beginning ;
; these parts left Lake Butler on Mon- were shipped from here last week and VV. C.' Barclay her husband defendants, the East fifty feet thence North twentr-ave_. '"
Among'those visiting at the homeof thirteen so far this week. Many of STARKE PROOF undersigned will offer for sale before the thence West fifty feet, thence Soutb .
I day. They comprised 936 head, and Mr. J. E. J. Wainright last court house door at Starke. Florida, during five feet to point of beginning.Also .
filled 17 cars. Mr. C. B. Elam our growers predict that this will be the legal hours of sale on Monday, June 1st. Blocks one. two, four end 5""
was Sunday were: .Mr. Jos. Jones and wife,, the last week that Should Convince Every Starke Reader 1914.to the highest and best bidder.for cash,the the East half of Block three Iny B l.L-
will
;io the sender. They were consigned to of Elarbee; Mr. E. J. and H. H. Lewis I they sendto following described real estate lying and beingin som'a addition to the City of Lakj
the Cole Stock Farm the Northern markets. Bradford county. State of Florida. to-wt: Florida. The same having bees kwk
; ,Natchez, Miss. and wives, of Rising; Mrs. John Lang- The frank statement of a neighbor, North half of Southwest Quarter and Southeast as the property of the Southern
.: Mr., Lucian Scarboro is filling the ford, of Lake also & telling the merits of a remedy. quarter of Section Twenty-eight, TownshipFour. Company, .a corporation, and will be '
Butler. a goodly '
SPREAD HOG CHOLERA. 'South Range Twenty-one East, con- satisfy said execution and cost:
., place of Manager Edgar"Knight of number of home folks; Mr. Wm. and I notice in last Bids you pause and believe. taining two hundred forty acres, fore or less. S. B. Denmark
.'y- the telephone lines. Lucian climb your week's.issue. The A. S. Crews, Sheriff Bradford County.
can Drew Reddish and wives, Mr. W. F. you are advocating getting the Legislature same endorsementBy Special Master in Chancery. D. E. Knicht, Attorney for Plaintiff.. S'
i : I the poles with the best of them and Harnage, Mrs. J. D. Carmichael and some stranger far away Thos.. W. Fielding Solicitor. for Complainant.May May 1 St.. :"
to law
to allow
.\ :; ;' he is keeping the lines in good shape. Mr. J. D. McCormick and wife and kill buzzards.pass a peopleto Comands no belief at allHere's l5t.NOTICE. CARD .
That is PUBLICl
"The local lodge'of F. & A. M. held many others. good; I a Starke case. TO THE !. .:
their usual hope you will keep it up. I believe OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED To my'' friends and fellow .
monthly meeting on Mrs. John Langford, of Lake Butler A Starke citizen testifies. UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888. :
;, Thursday. One candidate was given is they are the greatest distributors of Read and be LAWS OF FLORIDA. of Bradford county: There
her convinced.W. .
visiting daughter-in-law, Mrs.J. hog cholera on earth. I have had a Notice is hereby given that A. A. Futeh, :!
,: the Fellowship Craft degree, and an- N. Langford.Mrs. W. Baisden, deputy sheriff and purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 40, dated the movement on, foot to. defeat.
I other the Master Mason's degree. Dr. terrible epidemic of, cholera for two 5th day of June A. D. 1911 has filed sad the best men we have ever
M. E. Kite, of Orange Heights, years among my hogs and have tried jailer, Starke, Fla., says: "I used certificate in my office and has made applica- -
Tomlinson, of Starke was a visitor. is visiting her aunts this week. Doan's Kidney Pills about four tion for tax deed to issue in accordance with represent us in our national c .
every precaution and disinfectant years law. Said certificate embraces the rally
following and I think it duty to :tJ
our
Rev. J. E. Black'and ago for kidney
:, wife returned known to man without complaint. They did described property situated in Bradford county.
:' home to Starke Monday. v any results. me a world of good all Florida to-wit; : SW% of NE; Sec 28, Tp support. I refer to the Hon. ,
curing
And I firmly believe buzzards carry 5, S. R 20 East. The said land being assessed ably
l MISTAKEN IDEAThere Mrs. M. E. Kite returned home this disease around than symptoms promptly. My; back was at the date of the issuance of such certificate U. Fletcher who has so
Wednesday to Orange Heights. more everything strengthened and I feel better in the name of Unknown unless said after our interest for two tedon't
are some people who still resort else combined. I have lost 150 in certificate shall be redeemed according to law Fletcher' :
:>U every way. You are at tar deed will issue thereon on.the 1st day of know Mr. pe
to drugged liberty to
pills or alcoholic ,to /-NOTICE. hogs in the past use '
.I
; syrups year.I June A. D. 1914. : but I know what he has beet(
I; overcome. colds, nervousness(or general I desireto announce that new fix- notice in some of the Western my name recommending this remedy." Witness my official signature and seal th's ;
debility, and who know that the pure; The above statement must the 2uth day of April A. D. 1914. since he has been in office. YoU ]:
unadulterated nourishment in Scott's tures and new equipment have been States they pay as high as $5 to kill carry W. T. Weeks '
r> Emulsion is eminently better,but refrain ordered for my tonsorial parlors, a buzzard. I would want only a few conviction the mind of every reader. Clerk Circuit Court Bradford I have not already made.up your&
from taking it because Don't simply ask for County FlonJa. to support him, study his &_
they fear it which will be a kidney ,
may remedy
thoroughly days to rich
renovatedand get at that
A lead to excessive fat price. I ama By R. A. weeks D.C., to t
or obesity. -ask career and if don't care
distinctly forDoan's May 3.5t you .
,'a This isa mistaken idea,because Scott's improved and everything kept in great believer .in microbes and Kidney *
Emulsion first sanitary condition. Also that Pills the same that Mr. Baisden had my advice,: and I'm sure you
", strengthens: the body before my germs. Believe almost every disease .. --
y- making flesh. Its blood-forming proper pool club room will be re-opened May is transmitted that -the remedy backed by home testi- a one tc, help send him back to .
way.Progressive "S ;
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ties aid nature to throw off sickness by 1st. Club mony. 50c all stores. Foster-Mulburn oi.Zuo; J' ington: as our' representative ,|
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