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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 8, 1914
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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) ROUTINE' BUSINESS ONLY MOTHER'S DAY ARMORY WEDNESDAY --- :t }I
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FRAZEE REINSTATED :
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A Proclamation By the Governor of In Order to Be Ready If.EffortsOf Business and Pleasure Successfully SHARES IN. MONEY

I Florida Disability of Eighteen Years' Dora _v_ ,
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'. Paid The truest and greatest friend that Washington, -.May 5-Developments On behalf of-,the American"Steel the James leaders L.of Frazee formerly one oJ Dues to tbe :TelegraphLast
the bar
of this
God ever gave us was our Mothers., county
in the Mexican situation were &: Wire Co, Mr. N. B. Hull, of this
There is no purer, nobler or more enduring divided was in the city"this week greeting Month t .
today between the city' issued invitations
\ diplomatiand c to two or friends .
Board m t' in regular session,with virtue than .a- Mother's love. military status. The South three hundred of< his customers .and and renewing old acquaintanc +- ;' "
all members There is I a tenderness in the love of a es. Mr. Frazee has been an occasional The .<
present American .
mediators continued their friends throughout the"county to bepresent' strawberry| ason was at its. .
Minutes of last meeting wre read mother that transcends all other affecLions visitor for years but his present height in _
sessions throughout the day for the, at a free banquet to be served April acd.good. prices.pre ;;
'and of the heart It is neither to be visit is of special interest to the
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approved.A < first time it became authoritatively' in the Armory' on Wednesday, vailed. As a result all of the berry _

motion ,was made to rescind the chilled by selfishness, weakened by known,-from..them that they considered May 5, at 12:30 p. m. community tai for the reason that he.I growers had money mld-they did not .:
action of the board the worthlessness, nor stifled by ingrati I came attend a hearing at Gainesville
permitting forget the '
the whole range of ,Mexican .The American Steel and Wire Co. of Telegraph.: During the s
removal of the Theressa school e. She will sacrifice'eVelJ com affairs a petition in which every month the persou4 whose
buildfar as properly embraced in their v: selected Mr.,Hull as one of their 25 member names f plow -
Ing from the present site, t'for her children; she will Barren work. Their reply to Carranza, madepublie best dealers out of 800 merchants of the bar of the county except paid their subscription' dues to --

seconded aDd'carr ecL der every pleasure for their enjoyment today, made this clear 'and t I who sell their products in Florida State's Attorney Long joined for Telegraph: .

The returns of Boat Drain SubDistrict ; she will glory>ia their fame while exempting him from the mediation to arrange meetings for the purposeof his reinstatement as a member of the : B. M. WiboflStephen p..

were canvassed and U. M.Griffls and exult in their prosperity. In success for the time being, it still left introducing the company's metallic bar of.this state. DeSue, 1H. 1-;

J. C. ,Gainey, and E. Moore in failure, in sunshine, or in the door open for, .him to come into fence posts and giving demon- Mr. Long did not join in the petition H. Lewis '.. ", \ $

declared elected trustees and 3 millsto shadow, her.love, her deep interest, the proceedings later sttatioas"'of scientific fence erection. ;for the reason'that as State's G. W. Rahme '4.

assessed. abides with us stilL It is a protectionin At the War Department it became About 150 representative men of he Attorney he had to answer, in which 1[. J .Green ,/a +,.

A .can' au of Thomas District election infancy' a guiding star in youth clear that no advice at Vera Cruz the.county assembled in the Armoryat did by offering no objection Judge Mrs. G; .'1.- Kersey >.?:j,

:was' taken up and the followingdeclared and an inspiration to high ideals and was intended unless to repelattack, the appointed time and a bountiful James T. Wills Wednesday, made the E. J. Kin ..-;,., > .
elected elected trustees noble endeavors along the order restoring,Mr. Frazee to all the .
as : pathwayof
but it J. B. Das
was known that free dinner
a definite was served by the ladies ..
J. D.,Pearce, J. H..Mattel and J. A. life.. I. course of action had been outlined in of. the' Presbyterian church. ;The rights and privileges of an attorneyand Jaccb Varies '

Douglass; assessment, 3 mills. Her sweet voice may have longsince the .C}>nnseUar of this state. Mr.Frazee's Mrs. Nellie. G.
event of the resumption of hostilities American Steel and Wire Co. paid for ADen .
H. C.. Peeples offered his resignation been hushed in death, but the at. Vera Cruz and the extension the dinner af the rate of 15 cents a disbarment over 'eighteen D. W.. Finholster. &i- ";I.. .t .
as supervisor" Blair school, memory of her watchfulness, her advice years ago was'subject of much comment J.
of the C. C. .
: campaign toward Mexico plate thus enabling the ladies to realize DouberJyR. .. .
which was accepted. resignation. tofjke her tenderness, her anxiety, her City. In' that event. Major General i a' snuglittle sum of money for at the time and ever since, and ..S. GriTu t "
'' affection his restoration to the roll of .i
effect June 'and her attorneys
1st abide
yet
prayers Leonard Wood will their C. W.
be in supremecommand church. After dinner cigars Douglass .
The Board authorized the superintendent with us, and is, the most ennoblinginfluence with General I'I will meet with approval throughout W. P, : t'
Funston were distributed
directing the Gigord
among guests. ,
the circuit where he hasffceen i:
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0 to notify Alachua county our lives. the advance beyond Vera Cruz After the cigars wereItght d and Mrs. Mary!! WilliamsS. ,
well .l;
Board.that; they refuse -to pay' anymore P The influence ofthe'mothers of our and General Charles B. Bailey, of the everybody Comfortable' Mr. ,R. H. and favorably known: for many J. Fetch l -

than has been already been paid land is.the chief anchor of'society, artillery assuming, command of thebase Clemmer, of the American Steel.& years Hon.: before and since. R. F. String f ':t
for Melrose school and this influence is Robt E. Davis, of Gainesville -*:
pupils attending ,
the '
purifying at Vera Cruz. This arrange Wire Co.;delivered an instructive address H. S. AdkIns ;:
The treasurers report was received world, and her work will last forever.No represented Mr., Frazee's interests V. R. PreVatt ;,'
however
meet' is I wholly in the line upon the subjects, of steel I in .the preparation of the .,t1.. ... ..
and his accounts and marble use "
costly build
paid war can a'more of fence J. W. AlfenG.
preparedness and signifies no posts and fence'erection. Mr. ..'
present and '
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rand checked enduring'monWDnt I presentation of the evidenceat '
up. J. to our mothersthan'the'impress intention of being put' in "operai I A. L. Wellman had been expected to the hearing A. Epjerson
TheJoUowmg warrants were drawn: they make on the t tion. Wednesday.BRADFORD J. B.
deliver :
I the'address, but he was unavoidably i Chantey '.. :
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For Teacher's Salary General Fond. own household. The I i.i tfi
changing
scenes President Wilson and Cabinet held;, detained elsewhere and theresponsibility J. C. Terr,U 4 ,
Lime Marshal.. ; Beatrice Hartman of life may ,hurl the,genius of man their regular COUNTY RYE ', Miss Ella 'T. Werts.r.
meeting but U ; fell Mr. Clummer
today, upon ,
35; G. H.,Wflhams 90; Mary Ri- from eminence to utter ruin. But was announced afterwards that' onlyroutine.jrork :I who rose to the occasion in a creditable Mr. 0. M. Alvarez, who resides J.,J. ZeigW, .....

herd ,,75: Lake Batler.Bank 115;; 'L, the honest form! of a true mother had been and about midway between Lawtey and J. S. Smith -
made
A. Jett'140; Notre Johnson 75; v :o- reignS queen in' the ,heartS of'J ei Secretary Bryan ,remained' .considered after the .I manner' talk upon the 'subjects a sensible mentioned informal Raiford, was in Starke Monday 'on ,O...B,_ 'D'__en,' .. .i... .... :. .. .f
business. He
ma Hill 70; F. G. Schell 109.71; L children forever. Cabinet brought .with' him a J. R. Glenn -
meeting, however, and it was that was enjoyed by all pre
W. Kkkliter, Board service}; N. H. That we may, pay special tribute understood he went over with the I sample of rye which he had grown Susie Dell, .: if

Stokes Board service Cheney' FoggBoard'service and fittingly offer bur tokens of,'love President''the entire mediation negotiations entThis plan of advertising their products I in his poultry park for poultry feed. T. A. Brinion,, ',#- .
6-?-Ida .Price-teaching 'and'affe tion to the sacred memoiyof i.This sample is now exhibition in J. R. Bevill ;a'r ; '. ,
and particularly the names is costing the company thousands -. \ _
20; NL'D. Jenkins teaching 19; Bradford our sainted mothers who havegone of American i delegates. The mediators of dollars, but it is direct andegectie the six'feet Telegraph office. The straws are f1S. Hilliard '! I*"* '1 : ]
long and the heads .
'County Bank interest '41L25 to their are large
; Heavenly'reward, and A.
SuHivant ; .
discussed :
among other things and"there is no doubt that ;
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H. 4.,W. B. Drew that fend :well filled with large and well -
printing bonds for we manifest '
may our appreciation the three Huerta this of 0. L. u"ll -* -1
delegates and the campaign education will bringresults matured ...._
grains. This is
Raiford 3959. Underhill sabr. strict and express our gratitude for.the cutting off of Carranza] that will justify the vast ex- anotherproof Scott Andrews f !

22. 0; Bradford Comity T etc, love and devotion of the noble .mothers To Meet at Niagara Falls, Canada enditure> of money necessary to carry of the agricultural possibilitiesof H. E. Fortner 5; .l-
graph pub. treas.' 4.00 who remain with Bradford county and helps to sub ,
report ; Chesle1'Fon us. The negotiations are to be held in it on. E. N. Folso i, 0.
: board ser. 4.00; F. N. 'Andrewscom. I; Park Trammell, Governor of the neutral territory, Niagara Falls Canada stantiate the claim that anything J. Bi. Rosier ',

62.22; Peabody Furn. Co. seats State' of Florida, do hereby designateand '" can be grown here that can be grown D. K. Wain right ', ,.
having been selected ys
and the OLD OFFENDER .
CAUGHT
anywhere. It is ,
3 .18; Chesley Fogg board ser. 7.00- proclaim Sunday, May 10th, 1914 date of meeting set for, May 18. i also a fact that M.: C. Johni'' ="t

s Teacher's Warrants OB Snb-Ihatrret. ,. MOTHER'S DAY The text 'of the -- many' things can be profitably produced Duncan U. :Fletcher : .; '.-.

Clifford Harrell Dist.23 40; May and suggest that it be observed iy Carranza stated mediators' note to Member. Blind Tiger Trust Gets here that cannot be grown. to C. J. Knight ,,,' : r
definitely that all the Stiff Fine
McKinney dis 23 50; Eva Wilson dis appropriate] services in all of our difficulties which contributed towardthe advantage elsewhere.. W R.B'>>en :". ,,_r..
23 50; Peore Ware din 23' 50; Leahnerd churches throughout "the State. R. Reddish '. .
< present situation in Mexico
bear -
After being tried and
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dis 23 65: Pearl'Graham din IN. TESTIMONY WHEREOFI F either directly indirectly the GRAY-GATESe .R. A. Grins( f R
on so police court last week the
23 50; Elsie Schneider dis 3 60; I have hereunto signed my lution of upon this city, Frank Rhod .'1'.1O. :-' '. .
the n
pending conflict betweenMexico of selling liquor the of #1
case George and
telle Than dis 3 50 Susie Miss Leonard Gates, of P enat ., -
; Darby dis name, and caused the GFtrpp eat F. Totnlimson '
and the United States, and Carlos, colored, taken into the .;1M,
was
cola Fla. ,
3 45; Lois l Peek dis 3 50; May Seal of the State of Florida that "all these surprised their respective Wm. R., Steckert ,,"'" ,
difficulties should be court this week where he ; \
die 3 45; Olive Ray dis 3 45; EmmaDarby (SEAL) to be affixed, this the Fourth made the 'subject .of consideration in was county convicted families when they were quietly married T. a Williams .. "
and a fine of $125 and at the Methodist .
dis 3 45; Dorthy Morrish disS, Day of May, A. D., 1914 negotiations." parsonage in D.. C. Witt iRev.
65; Starke Light and W costs, amounting to $165,92, was imposed Williston. Saturday evening May 2. 3%
Works 2 PARK -
; TRAMDLELLot They also informed Carranza thatthey him. H. C.'lEarleM. ::f
H. G. Pigford janitor Starke echo Governor. upon Miss Gates had been a teacher in L.. .
Ernie
considered} the suspension of ho sCertain circumstances in connection the ",
Williston high school for the
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20
; Leonard Richardson Ward din 23 Attested: past E. P. Johnson ,
tilities as indespensable to his participation with this case have led the officersto ] She is t
1.75; C. H. Driggers interest on Lake H. CLAY CRAWFORD, in year. an exemplary young Mrs. Adam i risen :'

Butler district warrants 15.49: Bradford Secretary of State. the mediation. suspect the existence of a blind lady and is loved by all, who know A. V.Vamei ,; ., _I_
Robbed tiger trust or a county wide organization her. t
O'Shaughnessy, Too _
County TeL pub. Boat Drain D. W.
election 4.50; E. J. Hearst & Co. note INSPECTORS 'OF' ELECTION New Orleans, IA, May 5.-Mexicans that is engaged in the illicitsale Mr. Gray is associated with his Oliver Kite'v Brown ...., ,.

' Lake Butler 20.30;, E. J. Hearst A Inspectors and Clerks appointed b y did not even except Nelson of liquor. Two trials were necessary father in the lumber business at Eal H. F. Parmenter I

Co. note Vanderbilt 2.48; E. J. Hearst Board of County Commissioners May O'Shangnessy; former American to convict him in the county .eigh, Fla., and is a young man of Jackson MurphyH. !

t Co. note Elarbee 2.75; F. N. Andrews 1th, 1914, to serve atthe Primary Charge at Mexico City, in preyingupon court. The first hearing resulted in integrity and sterling worth. H. Parmenter ; : ; II
American a mistrial.The. officers, however, Mr. and Mrs. Gray are spending the _...[ > '
com on Raiford Board fund Election at the,various precincts of property after the :R. U. Panaenter ,
81.61; J. E. Futch -ser. on Lawty said County, June tad, 1914. fan'of Vera Cruz. Practically all of were convinced of his guilt and madea ,week with Mr. Gray's family in "

Bonds 1.25; Peabody Furn. Co. seats District Number One l.'Lawtty the. baggage' of Mr. and Mrs. determined effort; to secure a conviction Starke. COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM. '

tot Graham 53.67 Smith & J. B. O'Shaughnessy was stolen from the in his ease. Seventeen witnesses ..
; Watson Whitehead, W. M. Redding, As previously snnoaiced-the Baccalaureate .I' I
were summoned and'a conviction GORRIE STATUE.
work on Starke school buildingSOOO H. S. Hilliard John special .train provided for the
Managers Cone
; sermon be
will preached
Tolly & The former arrived fro mm resulted at the second trial Washington, D. Cn May 1. A ',
Summerarchitect Clerk. Charge -
on Starkeschool ] on next Sunday at the Baptist church
building 22. 0; J. E. Bow inspection District Number Two (2). Lake Butter Vera Cruz today on. a gunboat Yankton The prosecution was conducted by marble statue of John Gorrie, M. D., at 11 a. m. by Dr. lea I.P.I.Montague, -i;,. ,
Joe Hill Williams. inventor of
the
attorney Carlos ice machine and :
Starke school building 100; W. J. Epperson J. W. Jones, N. and will leave tonight for Wash-I ]President of Columbia:! College. "
was defended by Attorney D. E. mechanical refrigerator erected s
by
J. >
E.
Futch ser on Raiford bonds 7; E. Roberts, 'Managers M. D. Stokes, ington. The following ii the program of .
Knight and Crews.Boot the State of :
Attorney S. Florida unveiled I I
was
J. E.Futch Shown from .
transcript of Raiford bonds Clerk. a dispatch Vera Cruz the commencement exercises {
7; J. E. Futch saying ,he had submitted to Wash'J. McFashion, colored, was also with appropriate ceremonies yesterday proper
transcript of Lake Butler District Number Three (3) 'Palestine.James to be held in the auditorium of the '
convicte of selling liquor. Thisbeing in hall in the :
statuary
Capitol ,
bonds 7; J. E. Futch transscriptOf Clemons John ington a list of names of Mexicans high school : I
D. Pearce,' his on Monday{evening at 8 ; -
second offense he was held Among the speakers were Senator
Lawtey bonds 9 H. C. C.. Croft who might take charge of the gpv "
m.
; .PeeplesIIlaking Managers M. Z. Qrarson. p. .sharp. ;
to circuit court under a bond of $250. Bryan George W. Dayton, GeorgeH.
in the
deeds, Blair 1; Clerk. eminent case of a downfall 01 Invocation-Rev. B. T.;Rape. -
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Whiteside and
Representative
F. G. SCHELL, District Number Four (.):ProYidenee General Huerta,- Mr. O'Shaughnessysaid Emmett Wilson Oration-Miss Allie 3Iae Haynes: '
The
'. Jesse he knew nothing of it. He nDISMISS MORNING SERVICEThe statue was unveiled i
Secy. Gay, D. J. Harden, Charles Mnsie-Ladies' Chorus. -
Louise
fused to discuss the Mexican Christian church by Mary Stewart, greatgrand
situation
M. Smith, Managers, Brady Brown, announces Oration-Miss Jeanette Matthews.
THE BEST' COUNTRYMr. Clerk. in any of its phases. that tte morning preaching service daughter of. Dr. Gome. Music-Trio, Mesdames Fetch and

Thos. Stark -of Lawtey, was District Number Five (5) PinehilL next Sunday will be dismissed that OATS ON EXHIBITION Turner and Miss Darby.

transacting business in Starke W edM.. P. Matheney Vernon Edwards, Instructions To National Guard the congregation and minister may Mr. J. W. Andrews shipped a sheafof Presentation of Grammar School

nesday. Mr. Stark is a new comer W. 3L Parker, Managers; Will Pop- Washington, D. C. May 5. Instructions co-operate with the public schools and oats about seven feet long Monday Certificates-CoL D. E. Knight.

who has made a success in Bradfordeounty pell, Clerk. governing a possible m obiattend the baccalaureate sermon at to Mr. C. H. Churchill, a prominentreal usic-Ladies Choh i's. -.

farming and is entirely sat s- District Number Six (6) Starke.D. lization of the National Guard were the Baptist church. The .SundaySchool estate man of Jacksonville who Address and Prtsentation of Di

lied that this is I the best country for C. ,Jones J. W .Andrews, Jr. mailed to all militia officers throughout ; service will be held as usualat .has large land interests in Bradford plomas-Dr. J. T. Thacfeston.MuskjTrio .

the man of limited means to ge the B. W. Hodges, Managers; A. S. Crews the country by the War Depart 9:45 and Rev. House will preach :county. .Mr. Churchill: will place the Mesdames Futch and

start ii To a Telegraph reporter Clerk. men today. The instructions cover Sunday night at the Christian Churchon oat on exhibition during'reunion Turner, and Miss Darby..

I said that he made as much this season District Number 'Seven (7) Hampton particularly financial operations incident "Old Time Preachers and Whatthey week while there are thousands of Benediction Rev. L ;W. ,Kfckiiter.

from eleven acres planted in Allen Wifiams, H. B. Wiggins E. to mobilization and methods of Preached.!' visitors in Jacksonville for the purpose .' :

i strawberries as the average Northwestern D. Abernathy; Managers; BoneeMar. securing railroad transportation. :Local of advertising the agricultural' SCHOOL CLOSED

farmer would make from a 'Clerk.District United States disbursing officers; HAYNES-feLARL possibilities of Bradford county. Final examinations wen held in '

fann of 200 acres representing an investment Number Eight (8) Raiford.N. throughout the country would be J The Atlanta Journal of April 28 the Starke schools this;week and the

-S_ _of $25,000 to 30,000. T. Ritch, Jr., W. C. Whitten, J. supplied to move the militia. Tamrpa contained the following announcement OLD TIME PREACHERS schools closed Thursday: in order to '

S C. Jones, Managers; J. A. Brooks. Tribune. which will be of interest to the Next Sunday night Rev Ernest allow teachers and pupil at least one

PICNIC AT LONG BRIDGE Clerk.Long many friends here of one of the toriSouse> pastor of the Christian church, day for attending the Confederate

There will be a picnic at District Number"Nine (9) PAY- POLL TAXES NOW- tracting parties: will preach on the topic "Old Time reunion at Jacksonville' The term

dates Bridge Friday, May 29. All candi B. M. Leverett, Sam Dukes, Bad The time for paying poll taxesClerk ex* "Mr. and Mrs. R. P. McLarin, of Preachers and what they Preached." just ended has been k very 'successful .

of are invited. Mr. A. B. Crews, McLeod, Managers, I. F. Lamb, pires Saturday May 9. If you expect Fairburn, announce the engagementof He has .announced that he will use a one in every respect, and, for this ,

Brooker will introduce the speak ... to vote in the June primary election their daughter, Annie Hope, to chart bearing the names of a numberof happy result great credit is dee, to

ers.and. Everybody is invited to com You cant vote in the Jane primary you would better pay your poll Dr. Othma Lamar Haynes, of Starke principal things they preached, and the principal Prof. L. .A. Jett and, 'lr

bring dinner. It will be a big election unless you pay your. : poll taxes on or before the above date.Fla, the wedding to take plae that he 'will read extracts from the the efficient corps cf teachers who.
day.
.... __ .I taxes on ot. before'May 9. This is the last caU. |early in June." J sermons of the Old Time Preach en. held up his hand at all times.. .. :

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: Attractive Prices On American Wire Fence It L.'8. and His 'Wif. Win a cans -

t Fr.. Happy GJ Lucky Couple. "Bee Dee" on'the label means REAL VALUE.
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L'4y ,_. Come In: I'' In bit autobiography In McClure's .inside the package, and. RESULTS'and SATIS A&ruiBitheBecDtt \,

\ Magazine. e. & 8..Mr<:lure pay a tributeto FACTION after the contents have been used. Remedies ftoerifly lor
the character Mrs. RoAtrt Look Always ask for "Bee Dee" when you buy a stock toautiRC, we take pieaaorr -
: I Stevenson. Be or poultry remedy. Dee" remedies are prepared Ciriiif in entire farioc that MtuUctkw.they are
says:
DeWITT C. JONES i from pure medicinal ingredients in a saenand.we ceterlunrremmy
-The more I saw of the Stevenson tific that
way, and are genuine medicines yon can neadttKffl.Stock
the more 1 became convinced that Mr* depend on. Farm
Lumber Stevenson was the nu!<]u 'woman ta wuo Tew-
Hardware the world be Stevenson' wife. STOCK & FOULT' .
to Bee Dee MZDICINI ; r
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L: "Mrs. Stevenson bad many of the IINIMDIT-DIP+ Ton CM get tarn at
fine qualities that we usually attribute Bee Dee Holing Powder-Bee Dee Colic: Remedy your dealer's.
to men rather than to women; a fair P.IU.

r mindedness, a large judgment a robust
+ + *.* +. 111111fffff(I wisely adopted .laws to protect them"from 1111f11ff1fffffff' inconsequential philosophy of life

I + the menace of the mad dog, and f without which she could not haw

: f + FLORIDA AND HYDROPHOBIA + unwisely and wickedly have failed to + FLORIDA WILL TAKE LEAD + borne, much less shared with a relish Rv

'. + + enforce these laws. When the effortis f f equal to bis own his wandering unsettled C1oseYourDooroitfhe
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.1. + + made to revive these ordinancesby f11111ffffffffffThat hfe nis vagaries his gypsy passion
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for.freedom. She bad a really creative
enforcing them, the
f111111fff11ff1fr aggressively Florida is destined to become!
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,r imagination which she expressed
offenders howL I
.:- responsible They the greatest cattle-raising State east in living. She lived with I
the always great
is really worth more to individual
declare that 'their rights
of the is fact that is
Mississippi a intensity: had come more Into contact
.rA community? Have you any right, as free American citizens have been gaining credence by those who have with the real world than Stevenson

I moral or legal, deliberately.to imperil -'I infringed. They insist that they studied conditions, and a brief reviewof had done at the time :when they met t

any human life, your own or that have the right to allow their dogs to a few statistics will show rapid had tried more kinds of life, known t i I

,. of another citizen, .when such risk run abroad by day and by night un- growth of the cattle-raising industryin more kinds of people. When be mar- 1 .
muzzled, and if by chance some un- ried her be married a'woman rich in
arises entirely from the satisfaction the last ten years.
knowledge of life and the world. Mrs.Stevenson's .
of a sentiment personal to yourself protected child, a defenseless womanor Climate, as an Asset, has never autobiography would be iI
a strong man is attacked and & 1
live-stock aq4
valued
alone f been adequately by one of the moat Interesting books In
death cornea in its most horrible form
raisers of the United States Florida
be and the world. I Ir
The answer seems to ready -i -
they declare that it is no affair of
quick in words, at least, but by their possesses unlimitable possibilities in; "A woman who was rigid In'small
theirs. this line. I I matters of domestic economy who insisted __ J
acts hundreds of Floridians are plac- "
Modern science has discovered no n planned and ordered life %
With excellent transportation facilities upon
-
; their than ,
value dogs
ing a higher on
other .or surer way of protection both rail and water and located would hair worried Stevenson terribly 7/f f
1 the of human -I
: ,' life.on God-given privilege against this danger, than muzzlingthe in close proximity to the best' In nl- youthful tramps be likedto I I= : II
dog. The moral and legal rights start ut with no luggage buyinga I
markets of the world, the opportu-
. weeks ago the police of demand and collar here and a shirt there as he : : ICUB1ENCY.in
of the public protection,
nities will be
present not long neglect needed them. In managing his affairsbe i !1 i
cities
I one of Florida's largest were it is only a selfishness, that arisesto ed.
bad. as be often said no
money
r'Not"many instructed to enforce the dog muz- the seriousness of a crime, which
Cattle and hogs can be, and are be- sense. I remember bearing him tell i
!
zling ordinance which for months hadbeena' iI
objects or refuses to comply with the ing grown in Florida under the most bow be and Mrs. Stevenson once wentto
dead letter on the municipal laws that provide such protection.This I .
favorable conditions, at the least expense Paris for a pleasure trip. They bad .0j
I law books. The police were told to is plain talk, but the time and closer to remunerative .a $500 check and some odd money, and

!$. arrest the owners of dogs who allow- has come when public sentiment markets than in any other part of they meant to have a thoroughly good x

, t- ed their pets to roam unmuzzled, and must be aroused to action, and the North American continent time and stay as long as their money the pocket DEPEECIATES. In the bank it EX
in the could not be found held out After a few days they found
case owners short of talk
nothing plain arouse
can Florida is essentially an agricultural person with a $100 check in his pocket likely will go- ,
.- or identified, to shoot the dogs. Both their funds running short:they couldD'tImagtne
it. How long, oh, how long, are the
State. Her future depends largely what they bad done with it all day without cashing it. With a limilar- out of currency'!
T parts of the order were carried out of
people this State going to submitto
s and number of dogs was upon the intelligent developmentof all but there seemed to be very little there is a tendency to SPEND A LITTLE. The check remains intact.:
KI a large a toll that exacts dozens of lives t
: killed. her agricultural resources. Her money left so they decided they had So it is with a bank account. A person likes to KEEP IT INTACT. .
each besides of dollars -
year thousands timber, muck, prairie and other wet better get home while It lasted. When .
The office of the police captain was of valuable property, a tax that lands are of great productivity and they got home they found tbe $500

: stormed by angry dog owners. Some finds its only justification in the sat- wide adaptability, while her climateis check among their papers. They hadn't We solicit your account.
.:;:, threatened to cashed at all and didn't even know
of them even bring isfaction of a maudlin. sentiment unexcelled. her
Upon great agricultural -
(' suit for alleged damages against the about dogs? resources vast herds of cat- they hadn't"WEATHER BANK OF 'StARKE

i city and in other ways made them- .
tle, hogs and sheep may subsist the

selves ridueulous. The officer stood +, . + + + + year round at nominal cost. FORECASTS.Method Matthews Hainan
E. S. Pres. Ted H. Cashier.
his and.told the irate
. f firmly by men f f Hence Florida is already a great ,

Y. kickers: "The ordinance'we are trying + THRIPS ON TOMATOES beef producing State, and the hog industry of Tracing the Direction and
of Storm:
i enforce, positively asserts that f ffffffffffffffff is steadily developing. At 'Speed I k
Most of the severe storms' do not
!,- no dogs shall be allowed to run at
fairs fine cattle and
county as hogs originate In the United States. They
; t large pnmnMM in the streets of the sheep are exhibited as can be raisedin come to us from the Philippines Japan -

: city. Before the police began shoot- This is a very common insect, any state. Siberia Alaska. Canada or the J. R. DAVIS & CO.INSURANCE = _

ing dogs, publicity. was given to the which is usually to be found in small The value of some of the various gulf of Mexico. Our weather bureau .

,- matter and dog owners were warned. numbers on a great variety of blosSoms .
;kinds of domestic animals and of gets cable telegraphic or wireless notice .

In complying with orders' there is no including those of tomatoes poultry and bees as reported in the of a foreign storm. Station after

7 : distinction between a fine dog, a pet and ,citrus. Usually it is not sufficiently United States census of 1910 was as station of the weather bureau' and vessel

: dog or a worthless canine. All .dogs abundant in the tomato fields I follows after vessel In the path of the

look alike and if the to do harm. But occasionally : storm report' its arrival, so that the :
e owners care any Cattle Horses and colts
$9,262,292 ,
t ; general direction and the speed with
; enough for their pets to complain of (as during, the spring of 1913) it swine the .
$3,545,821 848,731;
; which it travels can be very nearly de
; f.l their death, they should certainly may do a great deal of damage.Its total figuring, '$20,581,187.Florida's termined. Some storms can be foretold

r, t., take the.measure which will prevent life history is very short, a gen- domestic animals, poultry as much as ten days In advance of STARKE = = PLDj[ ) \

their animals from being killed." eration occurring every two or three ; and bees, during the ten year pe- their arrival at a given point ; s

Rather plain talk, that, and refreshing weeks 'under favorable 'conditions.The riod of 1900-1910, increased 84.4 percent When a storm from Siberia drifts L

r too. It's too bad that public eggs are laid just beneath the The greatest absolute increase eastward around the north pole and '.

$ officials who are clothed with authority surface of the plant tissue in a shal- occurred in cattle, amounting to 46 reappears in Alaska the speed with
which It'has covered that section of Its
to protect the community, low slitWhen while mules
per cent, showed the course is made the basis of the calculation -
: t don't indulge in that kind of conversation present in large numbers, greatest relative increase, 229.9 percent of the time when It should appear -

'. oftener and then back it up various parts of the flower are at- Horses more than doubled in In Washington and Oregon, whenIt International Harvester

;F t by performing their own sworn duty. tacked and seriously injured, espe- value, increasing 112 per cent Valueof should get to the great lakes and ,

'J j' If you a citizen and householder cially the .pistil This turns black swine increased 163 per cent, while finally to/he Atlantic coast and each 'Farm

i in Florida, owned a pet lion or a shrivels'up.. Soon after, the whole the value of poultry increased 708 per section is warned In advance. Unexpected Wagonst

.. Bengal tiger .that'you were fond of, bloom turns yellow and falls off. If cent, and that of sheep 7.1 per cent conditions may delay the stormsor

: and allowed it to roam at large, it this is repeater for all the blossoms Florida is the only state in the Union divert them from the course. Tabs 1

i wouldn't be very long before the officers on the first three or four hands, which producing cheap, nutritious are kept on the cold waves In much
the same manner. Tbe weather reports
{ ., of the law would kill it and they was often the case in 1912, the crop roughage for cattle in such generous from Canada. Iceland. Europe. Russia

c; wouldn't ask your permission before is ruinously shortened, as these first abundance the year round. Rhodes and Siberia are studied and predictions

they shot. If in the meantime this fruits are the paying ones. grass frequently yields thirteen tons made as to when the cold waves from ..

pet of yours had breakfasted on one Treatment Tobacco decoctionsare to the acre, and there are unlimited, these countries will reach the United ..

't or two of your neighbors, you would very'effective against the insect quantities' of Kudzu and Bermuda States. u

\ probably be held on the charge of The difficulty lies in reaching the grasses. Upland rice and cowpea To predict floods information is recorded

manslaughter in some degree ort thrips with the spray, as they are hay is a feed for cattle, velvet beans headwaters as to of the amount of As rainfall at e
streams. tbe'rain
another, and unless you had some under the stamens and sheltered by have no superior, and hogs thrive on reaches the main channel the height of

i' kind of "pull," it is quite likely that them. But they.are active creatures them, while Japanese cane is of phe- the water Is recorded from ganglngs.

5. you would contribute your services and when the blossom is disturbedat nomenal value. Records show what a height of twenty

j.-. to the state for several years with once come out and attempt to Among many other advantages of feet at Dubuque la., will produce at

only your board and clothes for wag get away. It is this habit which enables cattle raisers in this State are the Davenport eighty miles down the Mississippi The I H C Line the International fifth wheel (

es. And it would serve you rightA the grower to reach a large following facts: \ This plan Is followed on all CKAffl SEE pat-

t mad dog is a wild animal, just part of them ;with the spray. In Native cattle graze out all the year the large rivets, and at each station tmitn, two applied for) on Weber and Co- 4

as wild and as dangerous as a lion or spraying, therefore care must be obviating the labor and expenses of full allowance is made for the effectsof ", lumbus wagons. This one feature

. tiger. It is quite as likely to cause taken thoroughly cover the blossomsor winter feeding. water from tributaries and from additional :t:j:., makes these two wagons stand out above

p the death of some innocent person bud with the solution so that the A large part of the State is free and;, local rainfalL-LesUe' COtlfilACHWESCikhalM all the rest as the best and cheapest for a

..; and yon would be just as responsible insects cannot get out without gettingwet for grazing purposes, affording abun- Fiat ....... Pidtn farr>}er to buy. The fifth wheel prevents
,.
1f for that death if it had been the pitching and pulling up of the front bolster, ands
as caused it dant and c
by One shall down the cheap in and
pass range year The credit or discredit of tbe Invention ....... l s it does away with broken king pins and bent circle
J: by a wild beast from the jungles rows rather slowly. By letting the year outUnlimited of the revolver belongs to a TILLAGEu4Dak irons. It doubles the bearing surface of the bolster t
t I which you were harboring as .a pet for ... on the sandboard it increases the life of the
spray play a second or two on quantities of nutritious Swiss of Vallorbe Jean Francois Gro- Hintw* wagon;
4 Your dog is quite as likely to become each cluster or "hand," one'not only 'roughage of all kinds for cattle can bet who In 1814 fashioned with the (.Itinten distributes strains more evenly, and therefore makes
infected with the virus of hydrophobia be collaboration of his the first "six GENUAlLDfXttlTimetort.. the work of hauling easier on the horses.
twelve son
ensures a thorough drenching, but produced months in the WIth all these points to recommend it, the International
:t as that of any other citizen. also gives ,the insects time to crawl ; shooter" which as a matter of fact attracted Mum SfntlatCrmm fifth wheel is worth a trip to town to see.
k't Your personal'ownership doesn't protest out where the spray can hit I year.Hog raising is equally successful the attention of the then minister : Scytraton Call on the IH C local dealer who handles Weber or I
'dog from the of Russia at Zurich Count Capo frT= Columbus wagons and ask him to show you the .
1 your malady, them. One should use as much pres- Hogs get fat on nuts and make gains International fifth wheeL You
d'lstria. who sent a specimen revolverto Ttrakn cannot see it on any
neither does it protect the community ure as is possible for the double pur- that cost the owner practically noth Czar Alexander L The royal recipient Gnu: Drill other wagon. If you do not know where to go,

from the danger of that dog beingat pose of driving the liquid into the ing.The rewarded the inventor with a val t1. drop ns a line and we will give you the Rame of the
large, a menace and nuisance. ...,_._ nearest dealer.
a blossoms, and of frightening the in: corn crop of the State approx- uable ring which it is to be presumed

Human life is more precious than sects'out by the force of the impactof imates ten million bushels annually, Grobet pawned, for he died a few International Harvester mp YofAmerJca

sentiment the spray against the flowers. but the stock grower is independent years later In poverty.-London Tale llacecpantoflDMTBV )

that insists on maintaining the Different tobacco decoctions, of of corn, as the velvet bean fr 'nishes graph. (I ii) Jacksonville FUuOihfM mm

, dog when it is known that he may which there are many on the market, an even better and more easily produced CLsyisa HcCarakl 'Enabe PSut

become a cause of death to innocent vary mrch in the strength of nicotine concentrate. 4 Figuring It Out. ---==-- ______1

. persons. Already there has been too present, and consequently, in the Florida by possessing a forage of "Tbe marquise is much thinner than .
great sacrifice in Florida to maud- I am isn't sbe? What would you
a proportions which they should be such value is obviously in a positionto "
think our were? Well. she
apes
lin sentiment about dogs, in the hor- mixed with water. Bleak Leaf "40" demonstrate its capacity for beef seems ten years older than she is. and

rible. death,of infants and adults, should be used in about the propor- and pork production, industries, now she's ten years older than yon. Then

'on the altar of absolute, obstinate, tion of one part to from 1,000 to 1,800of lagging elsewhere, owing to the high you seen years younger than you are

selfish perverseness. Not only on the water; the weaker solutions as cost of feed and steady increase in so that makes thirty years' difference Bradford County

streets and highways of Florida's I Black Leaf (21-3'per cent) in about land values. between you.-Pele Mele.

cities, and rural sections does this j one to 100; while one part of the Florida yearling cattle can be pro-

danger threaten continually and in-I home-made tobacco extract shouldbe duced at one-half the cost of similar Believe World. Abstract Company ,

ereasingly, it would seem that life., used about ten of water. It is ofi production in the west "Harold. yon mustn't eat all of those
should be safe from violence. Literally Her beef peanuts even if you are pretending to A record
j i advantage to put into the solution industry should quadruple complete Bradford County lands
this is true, for twice within j! be a monkey. You must give yyur sister
re- '! something to give it better sticking within the next five years.-Florida Land Titles Real
Estate
: some. InvestmentAnswer
t ent months m Duval County, have i qualities. The writer (Prof. Watson]) Grower. !
"But mother I'm pretending she's .
: mad dogs rushed through doors .
-
t open used the following mixture -
to-
and I on some kind o' animal wot doesn't eat ,
attacked helpless children in the
matoes during April 1912, and killed Water, 50 gallons. peanuts."Life. -
privacy and supposed safety of their'i I about 75 per cent of the thrips pres- Lead of a Diplomat. ,
homes. It may be child and I arsenate or zinc arsenate can "You Dr. Franklin."
your ent. This solution was previously be rer-lace said the No. 666
substituted for Between
'i the the
Acts. .
lime-sulphur
home
your next time: found French prime minister. Count de Yer-
I more effective against the in the He-Wei I. bow do
case grower wishes to kill the you like the play '
This, matter is ,potentially personal orange thrips in California. tomato worms or other tonight She-Oh. Ifa awfully nice gennes. to Thomas Jefferson, the newly This U a prescription prepared especially
biting insectsat arrived representative of the United '
j to every citizen of Florida and I Commercial lime-sulphur, 21.3 the and Jolly but do you think It's quite for MALARIA CHILLS A. FEVER. '
same time. States "I
merely succeed( him.
No Five
or six doses will and :
to the strangers within the sort of for break any case ,
our gates. quarts. piece first
a night show]! "
0. L. MIZELL, one could replace him was Jefferson's if taken then ai a tonic e Fever will not -
Many communities in the state have Black leaf -New turk Post
40" 3 1-2 fluid ounces Special agent reply. return. It acts on the liver better than -
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1 TIlE_ _BRADFORD_ _n COUNTY TELEGRAPH ., \
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'Herb. Felkel and the Pensaeola j acre. He also bad 1-3 acre in strawberries a Business; man.- whatever any one '
News seem to, be. inseparable. First 1 and has three Irish 'could Perfume is as much a vibration as anolfactory f
acres potatoes say against him and. moreover ,
::1frtrvE Felkel had the paper thrown into a ',and three acras of tomatoes be knew the guides of Switzerland. sensation. The perfume is t
: the
voice of the flower. A' bouquet Is
STATE NEWS
reC iyerai p. Then he got a"job'witlrthe
receiver. Now he hu boughtthe 1 this. season to pay for his carne SENSES .OF PLANTS. rather. each odorous,eenaatloJL.correr

whole' outfit at receiver's sale for :farm and make a snug,bank accountas sponds with a certain rate of vibration.

6000.' It is presumed that Felkel ; well but instead of keeping the A Theory That Ftowtrs See and Herr There is an analogy between the perceptions ,

'Things That Are Happening Florida as. Told will continue to publish the News' ;money in the bank will use it in extending and May Even Talk. of sound. light and scent The

which is really too good a paper.to 1 his farm operations. He has Jean Viaud-Bruant. who Is one of the strong scent' corresponds with the deep

By Our Exchanges. abolish. Frank Hayes and his Journal purchased more land and ,will increased most famous French horticulturists notes while the delicate odors correspond -

l fill the Pensacola morning field < the acreage in cultivation has just published little' book'on with the shrill notes."-Paris
flowers in which be advances the theory Cor. Cincinnati F ..quirer.Not
--- excellently and there ought to be :from year to year until he has from
1 (I believe it is not entirely noveli
room in that city for a live afternoon,
: to
fifty seventy-five acres producingHe
A Tampa dairyman was fined $25 very valuable for .wrappers of fine II that flowers both see and hear. As a a Very Big Bluff, :1.4
paper to make out of the News. It is believes that
for trying to cover up a brand on his cigars, and before the industry was a larger .acreage young man he says be began to study .There Is a story of a man from out of .
stated that the News has been tionately than a small place. He"be- : flowers. for which be'bas had a
.cow which mowed it to bare tuber- crippled, the growing of this weed mak-j' always town who came to New'Yort and fen .
ing money under the receivership but will produee"better returns propor- a passion and be sought to understandthe not among thieves but Bars. He listened
,culosis. This be lesson but was exceedingly profitable.
a '
'it would may that a'fine was too it certainly lost some of its merits as lieves thoroughly in the possibilitiesof habits of the blooms which be cul- to the tale of Close who haled ? ; .

appear Any Florida boys desiring to enter a newspaper.. With Felkel as owner I the business and will put both his tivated. When be saw the growiugplant him about the city and they came at

small for one who would seek to sell I I,the United States revenue cutter ser- and in full charge, we may expect to time and money into it until he caries reach out toward the necessary last to Spnyten DuyvIL The Palisades -

.milk from a cow ]known*to be sick vice'will have an opportunity see wonderful improvements.-Tam- out the plans he has in mind for support he asked himself whether the .were pointed out to him and he heard
with that dread disease. action was the result of volition and that tbe Hudson river scenery was the
standing the examination. June ,1, pa Tribune. building up an extensive farm in
whether the plant bad eyesM. most beautiful the world. He turned -
Robbers were successful early Wednesday and for five days thereafter. The dustry.-DeLand News April 22, Viaud-Bruant is now apparent away and was not impressed.

morning in "blowing" the information regarding these examinations Little Emma Benton, daughter I of 1914. convinced that flowers both bear and "But." they remonstrated. ".thoseblu1f.s

vault of"the State bank at Apopka. may be obtained from the James Benton'who lives near Broad- see. There are some that are sensitiveto of the Palisades are 800 feet,

They used five charges of explosives captain commandant, United States way and Main street, leaped from anaesthetic substances, ether in particular high! -
THE RULING PASSION.
before making an entrance. They revenue cutter service, treasury de- the trestle spanning the second lagoonof which suggests the existence "Wellhe returned sadly! "I've -
'
.secured $4,500 in currency. Citizensof partment, Washington, D. C., or from Lake Tohopekaliga Monday after- Saving His Own Was Strictly of a nervous system., like that of anervous learned to know that that isn't a very
a
the commanding officer United noon in order to escape a fast ap- ; woman. And be would even big bluff in New York-
Apopka heard the explosions but Business Proposition. ,
proaching work train which was bearing : credit them with something analogous The story does not go on from there
little Wauchula Advo- States revenue cutter Yamacraw, I
thought of it- In the Wide World Magazine Malcolm -
down her. In the i to the power of q>eecb. but it ought to add. as If it' were a
falling
Savannah Ga.Pensacola I upon Savage Treacber tells the story ofa I "One moral, that that
little knows he writes "that the man knew New York j:
girl fractured her ankle in
a German mountain climber who did
I r.
Legislator of well for ,
perfume flower is a manifestation very a straDger-N'ew York
L. S.. Light of Reddick; is to go into the oyster severe manner. She* in company not forget to be economical even in the I of v>" Mhi" f.Hvine radiation Pest

in an article published in the, Ocala I business on a large scale. Reports with three or four companions was midst of deadly peril .

Banner proposes that the county and- I from the Deep Water City tell of walking across the trestle at an hour -A party was crossing a glacier on the r

,state convicts be employed in maging plans for placing quantities of oysters when regular trains are not sched elope of Mont Blanc when one of the

road-brick and in building brick roads i in Escambia bay on some 250 uled. It happened, however that a travelers culled to the others to stop
I and listen. cries from
for the counties and state, and expresses -' acres of bottoms leased from the work train was being sent from miss the lee beneath Strange their: feet. came

his belief that in this manner I State. The company leasing thi simmee *o St. Cloud at this time, and "Some due has fallen into a When You Want '
is and has made before the little knew it the crevass.er'l I ,
they can be of more benefit to the property experienced ones exclaimed one of the 1

state than in any other. great preparations to carry out its train was so close on them and in groans seem to indicate that be is al- I .J1: I j

t plans successfully. Great save themselves thought ready beyond help." '

Charley Tiger pure blood Seminole of culls,will be planted and the bedwatched stheymust jump to the ground. This u\Ve must do what we can in any A, Horse A Mule 1 ;,

Indian of the Everglades shook hands carefully to give the oysters they did, but the others escaped with case" responded one of the guides, and .1 .

I with Vice-President and Mrs. Mar:' every opportunity to grow without but few scratches while Emma received he began a long and perilous descent .;

!. shall when they were at Fort .Myers. being disturbed. the fracture of the lower limb. into what proved to be the bosom of a '
, concealed crevasse. At the bottom A Buggy A Wagon :
Charley was clad in all the brilliant / Dr. Rivers was called hastily as pos -
they found the gentleman wbo
Fbu M poor
; colors affected by his tribe, and bore Armstrong, >y 2.The po- sible and reduced the fracture, and had fallen. He was, however, quite

: his honors gracefully. In presentingthe tatoe? are showing a,better yield per the patient is resting as well as can unhurt sitting comfortably upon a

i Seminole Mr. Marshall 'referred acre than was anticipated here. Dig be expected.-Kissimmee Gazette.J. bench of ice. '
ging the spuds here and- at Elkton A Set of Harness
t "
to his wife as "my squaw. "We've come to save you. said one
! will be on in full swing next' wee J. D. Vaughn, of Alachua was in of the guides.

The county judge of Calhoun county and there are some very fine fields the city Tuesday and in casually answering "You save me?" answered the gentleman i

i collected fines to the amount of especially so where spraying has questions of the editor as to quite tranquilly. "How do you

t $106.80 from a party of Georgia fishermen been carried on regularly. The pricesare the outlook for cotton and other crops I know I want to be saved Come to See iUs'

for taking more than the legal very good too. Buyers are offering in his neighborhood, remarked that "Because you called to us for aid."

r number of finny beauties from the $3.50 per barrel for entire cropsin he could snake a great deal more said"Perhaps one of the I did bewildered," replied the guides.German We buy in car lots and give our customers I

; waters of the dead lakes, says thelast the fields not yet dug. As a result money growing corn and pinders and '
"perhaps I didn't You came anyhow. the benefit of the lowest prices. .
I week's Blountstown Times. Theparty the growers are hoping for big raising hogs. Asked as to the breed Now what'll you take to rescue me?

i was assessed $13.35 each. TheTimes shipments this summer and everyoneis of hogs he preferred .Mr. Vaugh re- And before he would allow the guido

3 sounds a warning to all visit happy. plied that he found the Essex the to hitch him to the' rope and drag him I II

ors to be reasonable. ..., best. In further conversation Mr. to the surface he compelled them to I
The Sarasota Sun for J. W. ANDREWS SON
some &
1 says
.;, Vaugh related the fact that he killedone set down in writing the exact amount '.'
time Sarasota has been in need of
:
The game warden of Volusia county hog last winter which netted him they wOl 'require for the perform-
s with four other citizens is charged some enterprise which would utilize ance of their life saving duty. He was
It the
4500. Essex breed '
was ,
with conspiracy to defraud the coun- her surplus fish during certain sea three old the e
two hams
4 weighing
years
ty out of money. It is alleged that sons market of the in year, when they come into 26 pounds each, while the net I CIlIa M Sons, Otto Bmdto ..'t On.Th I' Starke FloridaHealth j
too large quantities for
J they induced twenty-six inmates of weight of the hog was 386. pounds.Mr. worst cmtei,no nutter of bowlonfiUnding.re -
the City Mission of Jacksonville to go the local merchants to "handle, and cued by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
.
f Vaughn
such an industry has now been start paid one dollar for thehog I Porter's Antiseptic Beating Oil. It relieviiPara
'. to.Volusia county and illegally fish when a pig, and besides the $45 i and Heall at tte tame time. ZSt roc.I1a
, that the warden and his deputies could ed. J: R. Ives has located in the I
received for the meat he sold at least
northeastern part of the town a plant i t
' reap the reward for their arrest ands $125 worth of pigs aside from the
, .conviction. Wauchula Advocate. for smoking and drying fish. He
; number he killed. This valuable sire
r. has arranged a drying room in connection
was in good condition when he "accidentally"
Folger Adam of Joliet, III, who with this and packing rooms -

has a winter home on the south shoreat where the smoked product can be pre- fell into the hands of a ;
colored man and altered before :
! Crocker, has just completed the pared for the Northern markets. was Drinks
Mr. Vaughn recovered possession
planting of a lemon grove. He has
Edward Miller, who is our mem- which accounts for the hog being
.1t put out 120 budded Sicilian trees fromRfuoner'
ber of the State Executive Committeeof turned into pork s* soon.-Gaines
nursery. They will have
the Florida ,Socialists has just returned ville Sun. rr
the of

,} tra advantages from freezing by probable the location exempt held at from Tampa the yesterdaj.committee meeting He re- Three years ago Dr. S. R. Love an .

close to the bay, the lemon being a For the Hot Weather
I ports that the committee advises all Osteopathic physician of this place,
more susceptible tree than the orange
[ Socialists to ignore the primary law decided that there was money to be

,. or grapefruitr-Sarasota. Times.i- on the grounds that it is unconstitu- made in the business of truck farming

;n f' Jacob A.. Johnson, Suwannee's fa, tional and hopelessly contradictoryand here. Although at that time the bus-

i, moos farmer, was in Taylor county interferes with the voters' rights iness had not been tried out in this What is more refreshing and health-building during the "

, several days this week with D. 0. This advice is given after having se- section to any extent and there were long hot than good bottled beer? Our
Henry looking over the county and|cured I thoroughly competent legal many who thought that it would summer pure -

incidentally fishing. Mr. Johnson they,propose to contest this law on prove unsuccessful here the doctor brands have a world wide reputation for Purity Quality
I in decided to in the business. ,
runs Ca t. Hillman's farm at Live opinion the matter. Thereforethe engage.
. above He selected piece of land the and
21'Ounds.-Plant. a Flavor.Bottled
City Pnnr. upon
uar, and is the who .
man, in 1913 -- ----- --- ---" ---
Lake Beresford peninsular, whichis
cleared $10L25 per acre from eighty The State Board of Health has begun in the bowing well district and had*
''t acres in 'hay and netted last
: year Waging'a war against the dan ten acres cleared. He also had a Beer Worth While .
$2,734.00 Vfl
on an eighty acre tract-
Perry Herald. gerous practice of allowing dogs to deep well put down, an irrigation
roam the streets and roads unmuzzled. -
plant installed, building erected and

t A co-operative store in the Ever- .. .' Owners of dogs are urged to thus laid his lines for the establish- Pabst Blue Ribbon Jung's Red Heart Veribest Beer .

glades with possibly branches in vari- muzzle the animals, and officers of ment of a truck growing business.He y

ous places, is proposed by the Everglades the law are advised to kill all dogson was at that time absolutely with- Bottled Beer Pilsener Style Bottled specially far Florida.

the streets not muzzled. This is Brewed from choice 'jbalta and' -
Growers Co., with offices in out experience as a truck farmer. Known and sold the world over. Has been well and favorably known
Fort Lauderdale, Miami and St. Louis most excellent advice as the danger I The only capital at his command was Absolutely the best bottled beer hops. A great favorite." One '"

)[0. It is thought such a store wouldbe from hydrophobia increases with the r the income from his practice, a dog- that can be produced. Ask for its high quality for over 30 order will make youj a steady =M =

of great value to the people who approach of summer, and unless ged determination to succeed and the body. anyyears.. Must be good. Try it customer.
,
live in that section of the state both something is done to eliminate the ability to work long hours. He was 1 Dozen -- ---------"- $ LOO .

in the way of shipping their stuff danger and nuisance serious results obliged to buy his land on time and 1 Dot, small_----________$1.50 Per ease 1 dot small$1.00 5 Dozen ____ ____ $.._ ''

to the market and in buying their may follow. to borrow the money with which to 5 Dop., small ___________$ 6.00 Per case, 5 doz. small, -- $j.5 10 Dozen (1 Cask)..____ $ 1.00 '

f! supplies. An excellent showing for the state make his improvements. As his I 10 Dot, small _________$ 12.00 Per cask, 10 doz. small, ._.__$ 8.50 5 cask Lota-, per, cask, ____$ 7.50

A party of PensacoHans left Sunday of Florida is made in a bulletin soon night and day rising before daylight !

r night by special'pullman car for to be issued by the Bureau of the practice was his only source of reve- EVERY DEALER CAN MAKE
nue he has been obliged to work bothto
Washington, to be present before the Census covering national and state
1 indebtedness. go to his farm and superintendthe
> war department arguments in favor The bulletin contains
I of Pensacola as a naval and states in the Union the average per work there and working until late -

: base. The party was composed military of capita of state debt is $3.52. For hours at night at his profesion. Many BIG MONEY THIS SUMMER
have been the obstacles which he has
i, Mayor Greenhut, T. L. Gant G. H. statistics for each year from 1890 to

1, t Hervey, J. B. Perkins, T. L Hanlon 1913 inclusive. For the fortyeightthe had to overcome,' many the discouragements ". _

4 D. Kugelman, W. C. Roberts, H. P. state of Florida the average per he has encountered There Stock the most popular line of hot weather drinks made. Buy what you can sell at a profit.
were times when a man with less grit
i n Neuman Hunter Brown, L JX Green 'Capita of state debt is seventy-seven would have faltered but the doctor is Do not delay, stock these brands and you will have ,the most popular stand in town and at .
\:1 W. L Moyer, H. G. D'Silva cents, a most excellent and favorable '
-i: Farnsworth. and Don condition as compared with the other not of the faltering kind and nothingless the end of the season made a profit that will mean money in the bank

j : states. While Florida has 0.8 than success would satisfy him.

[:: W. F. Blackerby, a preacher of'the I of the poulation of the United percent He had, this season, seven acres in Summer Drinks That SellNEARIT

st Holy Roller church who cultivation Up to the time
present ,
: was convicted States, it has only 0.2 per cent of the I
{ of criminal libel in a recent ses- total debt of the forty-eight states. considering this season only he has RED HEART BREW CIDER.
S ion of county court and sentenced sold over seven thousand dollars
'<< :The best light brew made. Less .
to one year in the chain gang refused Realizing that the newspapers are worth of produce and by the close of than 2 cent alcohol Bottled Non intoxicating. Less than 2 All the best kinds in stock forspecial -

to work when taken to camp at Ash-(j I the real boosters and'advertisers for the season, including the spring crop per per cent alcohoL Refreshing and immediate .
for prohibition territory. shipment
.j ton and severely cut his left hand every community the county commissioners of Irish potatoes and tomatoes, which healthful -

with a sharp axe, kbicting serious made of Osceola county have were planted after the celery was As 10-Doz near Cask real beer_____as__possible._____ $8.50 10-Doz Cask -________ $8.50 10-Gallon Kegs, per gallon __ Me.
-.rounds.-rendering the ,member helpless I an appropriation for sendingout removed the total over twelve thous-

i for life. Blackerby was recent 1,200 copies of the two Kissim and dollars. He had five acres in All Prices are F. 0. B. Jacksonville, Fla.When Ordering State Whether You Want Us to Y;

ly tried for lunacy, but 'I mee papers and the St. Cloud paper celery which produced 1,000 crates '
Ship By Freight or Express. We Allow 15c Per Dozen for Empty BottlesF.
Xissimmee Note in acquitted.'j to people in the north. This is buta per acre and sold for $1.50 per crate t
I 0. B. Jacksonville Florida.
just recognition of the ,
In good work f. o. b. DeLand Junction. It cost

of Gadsden county the prospects arc vy these papers in tic way of w ..thing over three hundred dol-

Ml; the a good crop of tobacco' are all that boosting tbeir county. Ev..ry vwr lars an acre to produce this crop. Hefcsd CHAS. BLUM COMPANY .
growers could ask and
: all are 're newspapers all over the state &-* of an acre in lettuce which

reach hopeful that the'prices win again rive hundreds of dollars' worth of "'TH"ht over 1.100, and cost but '\
u what they were five or six free advertising Established Over 25 Years and Reliable
yeahs to the county which $i 5.00 per acre to produce, 1-3 acre Absolutely .
est ago when Quincy was the rich they are in with never a thought of in cabbage brought $150 00. He had -

shade town in the state. The famous remuneration for their space of work 2-3 of an acre in cauliflower which Jacksonville F1 d
tobacco ?
of Gadsden
county is'I I -Gainesville Sun. j brought at the rate of $500.00 per

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Fg' 6 -. HAPPINESS IN MARRIAGE. NEW' PRINCIPAL ,. ..POLITICAL' ANNOUNCEMENTS.PoUtkal .' SEABOARD TIME TABLE -
'annmmcements jmimm'tiiiiiiiHH
Cmlyff" Yellin" < not des OM w
9, t aA1Wl Thomas Jefferson wrote the following At,.a-meeting-.... jifjthejjtarke_school b ..iL 14at hiding for the uniform price of Aft dollar. ,? +
: excellent advice "TherelaYgreat tIusteea,1ast: Saturday ,Prof. A., D. to' ,',.... .. .' -* < 1'Baptist

7 Local and Loaf. Distance> Plane deal of human nature and good sense Kean, of Perry, Fl-,'was'elected principal -! 1914, trainswill ran as follows: iIIIII! I.f 'I' t II '.

,Nu br 41Pikfiahcd in it:' of the Starke schools for,, the e TAX COLLECTOR. ''No. 3, Jacksonville to.Tampa, due ..; t:
.
t "Harmony in the married state is term of 191-i5. Prof. L. A. Jett, for I re-election hereby announce to the! that office I of am Tax a'candidate Collector at' Starke':11:02f: .' Rev. C. M. ,Britton, paster. ,

; sd catered the first thing to be arrived at., Nothing who has just completed i..successful foryear's Bradford county tad solicit the votes of school,9:45 '
M
y 0, weekly all Democratic electors. I promise! if elected No. 1, Jacksonville .to Tampa, due day a.jn. Morning so-, ;
second elassmattere postofficeat can preserve the affections unin work here; was ,notan.,applicant to.discharge the duties of the office faithfully. at. Starke,' 11:14 'p.m. vice; 11 o'clock; 'ev ning' service, ;A}
terrupted but a firmresolution never for the position., : I B. M. DOWUNC.t .
Starke, Florida.. I ;! No. 15, Jacksonville to Cedar Key, o'clock. Visitors, cordially: invited, Wet
to differ in will, and determination Prof: Kean is a graduate of Emory worship with us.
,
t EL.'8. idtew.. 'Editor and 'Owner in each to consider: the love of the College, a teacler'of experience, a FOR TAX COLLECTOR due. at Starke 3:12'pm.. f EpiscopaL .I f lQ',,
ciadidaey .
other of value than of ideals and has character I take this manner of announcing my 4 Jacksonville dueat J (
Associate Editor more any object man' high a {o. Tampa to .
F.;E.: Robbins, __ for the office of Tax Collector of Bradford Rev. E. A. Sherrod
whatever which the wish had been above His i rector. Sir- F
on reproach. methodsof County subject to the Democratic Pri Starke 349.p.m.
,aad Buirineas Manager ,
fixed. BLOW light, in fact, is., the 'instruction' are up-to-date and he mary of in the June electors and at earnestly same. I solicit pledge the prompt support No.
Stake Florida FridayMay 8, 1914 sacrifice of any other wish when is said to be especially, strong in or- and efficient service if elected E. R. POPPELL. at Starke, 4:54 a.m. I Christian. .

weighed against the affections of one ganization and discipline. He, was a
Ernest House
Rev. pastor. Servic.i;
No.
14, Cedar ,Key to Jacksonville, .
with whom we are to pass.our whole member, of the committee of nine
1e..w'. cure the hiccoughs is FOR TAX COLLECTOR due at Starke 7:45ajn.. es morning and night of each second{3
Q to life. And no opposition in a single which outlined the state high schoolcourse I am'a candidate for the office of Tax Collector and fourth Sunday of the

.. to- quit drinking. instance; will hardly in itself produce I of study and set the standards of Bradford Comb Florida and respectfully Starke *nd Wannee Brach.No. month.
j solicit the support of the voters at
A woman can drive a man to drink alienation, yet every one has his pouch I for state' high schools adopted the primary election on the 2nd day of June ..101 leaves Starke 6:45 a.m. Presbyterian.No J:!
into which all these little the 1914. If elected I promise faithful and efficient No. regular pastor. Sunday .
but she cannot drive him away from oppositionsare by state board of education. It service with due regard to the welfare 104 arrives at Starke,2:45 p.m. school *

1 it. put, and while this is filling, the is safe to say that no mistake has of all citisens and tax payers. Seaboard Limited.Trains 9 and 10 at1Oam, .

1 alienation is insensibly going on, and, been made in the selection of Prof. Respectfully G. W ALDERMAN I Methodist. J

Many people who are naturally when filled it is complete. It would' Kean as the head'' of the Starke No. 9, Jacksonville .to Tampa, due Rev. B. T. Rape, pastor. Sunday

lazy imagine they are tired all the puzzle either to say why, because no schools. I hereby FOR announce COUNTY myself TREASURER.a candidate for at Starke 12:51 p.m. school at 9:45, a. m. ,Morning service ;

time. one. difference of opinion has been the democratic nomination for the office of No. 10, Tampa to Jacksonville, due at 11 o'clock; evening service-

marked enough to produce a serious GROWS RASPBERRIESDr. county treasurer of Bradford county Florida at Starke 6:10 p.m. 7:30 o'clO&., --Visitors cordially ia.. f]
time all men's fancies subject to the action of the white democratic
Inth spring i effect by itself.' But he or she finds E. T. Campbell has some large voters at the next primary election. I solicit T. J. GRIFFIN, Agent. vited to attend. ri
turn lightly to thoughts of fish- the of voter of the county and
support every ,
thrifty at his home .;or
his or her affections wearied out by I raspberry plants promise you faithful service if elected. --

ing. a constant stream of little checks and on south Walnut street that are now T. F. RIVERS. I..w,. _

who obstacles. Other sources of discon- in bloom and he expects them to fruit u
is the
The really wise man man .., ,
been until he is sting- tent very common, indeed, are the lit- prolifically this season. These plants FOR COUNTY TREASURER
has stung
I hereby announce that I am a candidatefor
proof. tle cross purposes of husband and were set out two years ago and bore nomination for the office of county treasurer

wife in common conversation; a disposition fruit the first year. He transplanted of Bradford aonnty subject to the actionof
the democratic voters at the next primary
We doubt sometimes if man is made in either to criticise and question ed a year ago, which fact he election. I solicit the support of all the

of.dust. Dust will settle, but some whatever the other says; a desire thinks retarded their growth to some democratic electors in the county and promise
if elected to discharge the duties of the office
men won't d always to demonstrate and make him extent. However, they are large faithfully.

feel himself in and vigorous and will W. W. ROBERTS.
x the wrong, especiallyin plants probably

Wauchula has a brass band-some- sympathy. Nothing is so goadingon bear abundantly this year. The

thing needed by every town in t. estate the part of either. Much better, berries are of the black variety and .hereby FOR announce COUNTY myself TREASURERI for the office of / / '

that has'none. therefore, if our companion views a the /amples we saw two yars ago County Treasurer and solicit the votes of the ; '
Democrats at the coming primary. If elected I
thing in a light different from what were large and the flavor delicious. I promise to faithfully discharge my duty. ,

,Next Sunday, May 10, has been we do, to leave him in quiet possession In the opinion of Dr. Campbell the J. M. BROWNLEE.FOR 4' 2H'

proclaimed ,as Mother's Day and of his view. What is the use cultivation of raspberries and black /

should be observed by everybody. of rectifying him if the thing be unimportant berries could be developed here until hereby anounce COUNTY myself TREASURERI a candidate dor

i y,, ? and if important, let it the business would rival or surpassthe the office of County Treasurer of Bradford I
; 'McAdoo says he feels like a young County, and respectfully solicit the support
pass for the present and wait for a I strawberry industry. This is of the voters of Bradford county and promise
man. Did you ever see, an old wid if elected to faithfully discharge the duties of
moment and more conciliatory ones- the natural home of the blackberryand
ower who didn't feel coltish? the office.
sion of revising the !subject together.\ the dewberry and raspberries are G. W. HAZEN

i CoL Roosevelt has discovered an It is wonderful how many persons are | members of the same family andwill

unknown rivet in South America. rendered unhappy by inattention t of I I flourish wherever the former hereby FOR announce COUNTY myself TREASURERI a candidate for

Two years ago he'discovered Salt these rules of prudence. does. the office of County Treasurer and solicit the I
support of the Democratic voters at the coming

kf .' river. DON'T BE WILD, GIRLS. WHAT IS ADVERTISING. ? primary. J.VERNON JONES

k.F? This country -woul be better governed Wildness is a thing which girls cannot Off hand, nearly everyone who has

if we had only one-tenth as afford. Delicacy is a thing which not given the subject more study FOR COUNTY TREASURERI candidatefor
hereby myself as a
cannot be lost or found. No art than to observe the universal announce iM- r
i many laws in one-tenth as many can preys County Treasurer of Bradford County
words. restore to the grape its bloom. Familiarity lence of advertising would say, "It's subject td the action of the June primary ,
election and solcit the votes of all Democraticelectors.
without confidence, without re blowing your own horn." But to the If elected. I will faithfully dischargethe

I' < A boy who can't earn a dollar a gard, is destructive to all that makes business man who has the problem of duties of the office. 0. B. .GORDON. You bank by mail if

: day at home will leave home and women exalting and ennobling. It making a success of his enterpriseit can ,

write back promptly that he is,earning is the first duty of a woman to be a is the greatest science of commer FOR COUNTY TREASURERI
candidatefor
I hereby announce myself u a
$15 a week.Universal lady. Good breeding is common sense. cialism. the office of county treasurer of Brad wish

. Bad manners in a woman is immorality. "Advertising is a mass salesmanship. ford county subject to the action "of the you just as easily
and
Democratic primary election in June
i peace is- a beautiful bubble Awkwardness may be ineradi Advertising is salesmanshipwith promise, if elected to discharge the dutiesof

, : with. cable. Bashfulness is table the office faithfully and to the. best of my
,1 which to amuse corn-fed constitutional a multiplication attached" and
I ; ability. safely in
philosophers but red-blooded men Ignorance of etiquette is the result of is the way A. N. Fox, advertising E. L. ODOM. as you, can y

don't play with such'things. circumstances. All can be condoned manager of the Benjamin ElectricManufacturing

..' and not banish men and won en from of Chicago FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER y
company I hereby announce myself as a candidate for:
It is dangerous to be loved too the amenities of their kind. But self- put it the other day at a luncheon. the office of County Commisioner for District person.
No. 2 (Lake Butler) before the Democratic
I' much nowadays. Too many people possessed, unshirking and aggressive Stripped of its fuss and feathers, advertising Primary in June. I believe in Jower tax mil

l are killing other people because they coarseness of demeanor may be reckoned is storing the prospect'smind will lage endeavor and careful to have management the county fuel put if on elected cash s}

love them too much. as a state's prison offense, and with good impressions of goods.It basis and discharge all my duties faithfully. Even a dollar will open an account.!
R.'J .ANDREWS
certainly merits that mild form of is successful in proportion to the

i The Bryan. primary law is so un- restraint called inprisonment for life. impression brought about. Advertising FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Write us today for full particulars.
I
rpopular that many candidates for It is a shame for women to be lectured is the greatest, most economical I hereby announce myself as a candidate for .
.1
I re-election to the office of County Commissioner
representative making the
are repeal on their manners. It is a bitter medium for the sale of goods.. It from District No. 3 and solicit the support .

1 i ;; of the, law,a plank in their platt shame that they need it. Do not be is to commercial life what electricityis of all the Democratic electors in >

I t, -forms. restrained. Do not have impulses that to industrial life. It has grown county. S. T. DOWLING.COUNTY theBradford "

S have to be restrained. Do I astonishingly I County Bank
,! Trouble comes in bunches. In addition not wish a greater growth CoiMISSIONER
i to dance with the prince is yet before itNOTICE
f to the Mexican unpleasantnessand unsought; I hereby announce myself as a candidate for
feel differently! Be sure confer the office of County Commissioner to represent
the industrial war in Colorado you District No. 4, and respectfully solicit the Established 1889 '

1:; cad will soon have Roosevelt "in our honor! Carry yourself so lofty that By the power vested OF in ELECTION the Board of Public votes of all election.Democratic If elected elector at I promise the comingprimary to N. T. Hitch, Pres. W. T. Week, Vice-Pre. J. H. Ritch, Cuter

midst" again. men will look up to you in regard, not Instruction by tlw school laws of Florida, faithfully discharge my duty.
at you in rebuke. The natural sentiment elections are hereby ordered held on the 6th LACY J. UNDERBILL.

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day of Jane 1914 at the following places for
The best man does not always win. of man toward woman is reverence. the election of three trustees and to determinethe "

'/' The best.man at a wedding never He loses a large means of grace Guilford amount establishing of millage to district pe assessed and electing: hereby COUNTY announce COMMISSIONERI my candidacy for the

t wins, and ;the best man never wins when,he is obliged to account her a Pearce trustee inspectors H. H. Williams James office of county commissioner of Bradford FOR REPRESENTATIVE COUNTY COMMISSIONER
C. C. Dubberly
r, In an election, according to the defeated being to be trained in propriety. A act as clerk. one of the three to county to represent the District No.2.faithfully and if I hereby anounee myself a candidate for I hereby announce myself as a candidsti :
promise to serve people re-election to the House of Representatives for for the office of
Starke commissioner hem
county
inspectors Smith
candidates. man's ideal I is not wounded when a drews, Jr. L. V. Mocre one Crews to act as Joe clerk.An elected. J. B.'CREWS. Bradford County and solicit the support of the District No. 4 (Starke) and respectfully solicit '
woman falls in worldly wisdom; but' Long; Bridge inspectors J. E. Adkins B. Democratic voters in the coming election and the support of all democratic elector at till -'
faithfully promise if elected to discharge the
F. Realm S. C. Crews one to act as clerk. : June primary election. I promise a faithful! t
"What If the'census were taken for if in grace in tact in sentiment, in Little Springs, inspectors W. D. Dukes, COUNTY COMMISSIONERI duties. eneumbent upon me. discharge of my ;duty if elected. !i.
D. <
but town during th$ reunion week? delicacy, and in kindness she shouldbe Wiley Williams S. W. DuBose. one to I hereby announce myself as a candidate for A. ANDREWS.FOR W. A. BESSANT.

'Times-Utdon. A census taken at found wanting, he receives an inward da Brooke clerk G. R. Groover T. L. Chancey D. G. the oVice county" of from county District commissioner No. 6. and of respectfully Bradford REPRESENTATIVEI COUNTY COMMISSIONER. '.,
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that time wouldn't show hurt. Blume one to act as clerk. solicit the support of all Democratic I
a bigger Pine hereby announce my candidacy for the hereby announce myself as a candidate
Hill
: inspectors A. B. Surrency G. voters. U elected I shall do my full duty. II office of Representative from Bradford County for the office of county commissioner of '-
population than Jacksonville imagines W. Hazen. F. L. Colson one to act as clerk. D. W. PINHOLSTER. Florida, subject to the will of the Democratic Bradford county from district No. 1, subject
she has Too much petticoat government is Vanderbilt inspectors F. M. Norman. J. G. electors in June
at all times. Crews, L. L. the primary the support of to the action of the primary eleetkm '.
Sapp one to act as elery. I whom I respectfully solicit and I in June, and
not good for an individual New River promise to respectfully solicit the supportof
or ana.tion. inspectors S. B.
Colon a'Kelly W. COUNTY COMMISSIONERI be faithful to the trust reposed in me should the voters.
,: A "jag bug" has been discovered It is a historical fact that nations Pine, W. H. Green, one to act as clerk. hereby announce myself a candidate for I be elected. C. J. HANEY.
Grove inspectors R. D. Griffia, J. election to the office of county commissioner JOE
HILL .
in Dutch Guiana,, one bite of which i begin to decay as soon as the C riff is G. M. Futch. one to act as clerk. from District No. 3 (Lawtey and Raiford) WILLIAMS.FOR
k: females Heilbronn inspectors Drew Reddish, W. and solicit the support of all Democratic COmITY COMMISSIONER.
is equal to drink of outnumber the
a. liquor. The i males. Under C. Wainwright, W. E. Davis At the solic;
5 one to act as electors of the county at the coming primary REPRESENTATIVE tation of friends I hereby announce
r. '"jag bugs" paw in use are said to : natural conditions more males than clerk election. I hereby anounce myself as a candidate myself a candidate for nomination for .
Ralford. inspectors D. B. Browning G. W. J. E. J. WAINRIGHT for the office of representative from Bradford the office of County Commissioner. District ,
1, ,! nave more orders for bites than they females are born and nature makesno Nickles W. W. Roberts one to act as clerk. county subject to the decision of the No. 4 .(Starke), subject to the action of tto
can fill in six months. mistakes. Lake Butler inspectors T. C. Fletcher T. Democratic electors at the June primary and Democratic Primary. I stand for an economical t
[ti-I P. Register M. H. Markey one to act as COUNTY COMMISSIONER respectfully solicit the support of the voters. administration of county affairs and a .
;{ clerk. At the solicitation of my friends I am a It elected I shall represent Bradford county competent Road Superintendent to do the told _
Kissing constitutes assault and battery The order issued at Gainesville I by Providence, inspectors J. D. Harden J. J. candidate for the office of county commissioner to the best of my ability. work. I respectfully solicit your support. '
BeiJing W. H. Sheller one to act as clerk. from District No. 1, subject to the M. Respectfully
J.
$ in Germany. A diplomatic Judge James T. Wills Wednesday reinstating F. G. SAPP.
postin SCHELL. action of the June primary election, and if N. D. GREEN
Germany would suit O'Shanghessy James L. Frazee as a member May 86LNOTICE Secretary and SupU Schools.- elected promise a conscientious discharge of
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duty.
my FOR REPRESENTATIVE
.. after being kissed by Huerta several of the Florida bar, will meet with A. H. WILLIAMS. To the Democratic votel'l.of Bradford MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD .-
times in Mexico. approval wherever TO county. Florida: I hereby announce myself as a eandidsti -
There'is no chance Mr. Frazee is CREDITORS AND OTHERS for member of the
board of lustra
'' Hereby notice is I hereby announce myself a candidate for public
for redress in known. given to all creditors COUNTY COMMISSIONER tion from district
Mexico under the law. legatees and distributees and nomination to the office of Representative at No.1. and respeetfafly
all
'. having any claim or demand persons I hereby announce myself as a candidate the Democratic Primary to be held June 2nd. solicit the support of the voters at the dew*:.
estate of against the for the office of County Commissioner of I respectfully solicit the of the Democratic eratie primary election in June. '
W. H. Rivers support :\
A young man who lately b inherited It,would be better for the comparatively Town of Starke,' County deceased of Bradford., late of State the to Bradford the county from District No. C. subject; _voters at this primary and pledge L. W. KICKLTTEft. :

$50,000 has received several hundred few people who need to know of Florida, to present any and all such claims election, in action June of and the respectfully D mocratlc'1Iri'D3lT solicit the honest faithful service if chosen. '
or demands to the TRUMAN G. FUTCH.
proposals of undersigned executor with. support of all Democratic electors. NOTICE OF\FINAL DISCHARGE. .
marriage by mail. If several languages to learn them than in two years the time prescribed by law or '
this notice will be A. B. SURRENCY. Notice is hereby given to au concerned thit 3,
c. can't pleaded in
find bar
you a wife, boys, all you everybody to try to learn a raniTHIS THE 8TH DAY OF MAY.thereof.1911. FOR REPRESENTATIVE three months after date hereof we will present .,
need to do is to inherit a few thousand versal language. J. E. FLITCH MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD Friends announce F. P. Shaffer for House of rr.final returns 'es executors of the -estate
Executor of the Last Will of Representatives and respectfully solicit the E. L. Livingston, late of Bradford county _
dollars and Testament of I hereby .
and let
the announce myself
fact be known. W. as a candidate for Florida deceased and apply to the Ooaty
H. Riven deceased. member of Board of Public support of the voters in the June primary.
Instruction from Judge of Bradford
County. for Gar
Huerta is. the most colossal egotistof May 8-8t District No. E. subject to the action of the final discharge. Florida

We depend ,upon i Mexico for our the century. He insisted coming primary and solicit the support of all SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI 'G. C. LIVINGSTON.

supply .of chewing gum.< In case of upon MAYOR PROCLAMATION Democratic electors. hereby announce myself as a candidatefor IK. J. LIVINGSTON. .
having seven nations instead of three I. E. E. Canova, Mayor of the Town of CHESLEY FOGG. the office of supervisor of registration for Executors of the. Estate of E. L. Livingstoa
war with that country there will be Starke by virtue of the Q6C ft8 u.
a authority
to mediate between him and the United vested in Bradford county and respectfully solicit the
chewing gum famine in the United me by law do hereby call an election to be MEMBER SCHOOL BOARDI support of all Democratic electors at the June Apr.24-Imo
States. held in the aforesaid
town by qualified -a
vot election.
primary
3' States fake time by the forelock, ers therein on Friday the 29th Day of May, Board wish to of announce Public Instruction my candidacy before for the memberof com C. A. FUTCH. .
1914. for
the
,girls, and buy a supply of gum now. Too much wealth is a disadvantageat lowing officer purpose: of nominating: the fol ing Democratic primary election from District DONT HOLD CHECKS ff'.
times. One Alderman to fill the unexpired term No. 2. and solicit the votes of all DemoSUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION A goodly number of people hold
: A John D. Rockerfeller, Jr., of E. P. Duncan, resigned. cratic electors. I hereby announce myself as a candidate checks for
several they .
died weeks after
man recently in New York N. H. STOKES.
is forced at present to employ a In testimony whereof I hereunto subscribe: for the office of supervisor of registrationfor 1
who was known as the "man with personal my nafe, and cause the seal of the said town Bradford county subject to the decision of receive them. This is not a wise :
bodyguard to protect him from to be hereunto affixed, this the 6TH day of FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD the Democratic primary election in June, and business
300,000 facts in his head. I practice. Unless are .
He died cranks. May 1914. respectfully solicit the support of the voters you

'. of hemorrhage of the brain. Thereis Attest: E. E. CANOVA Mayor. I member wish to of announce the board that of I public am a instructionfor candidatefor of the county. "? C A. KNIGHT. absolutely sure of the reliability of,-K|'

little danger of the same diseasefrom If heaven is the abode of perfect C. A. FUTCH. Clerk. the support District of No.the 2.voters and I at respectfully the coming soleit elec: the maker of a check it should never' .-

; the same, cause becoming epi bliss and supreme content why did A PETITION. tion. June 2. and promise.if elected, a faithful SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION be held, and under any circumstances =
demic. discharge of my duty. I hereby announce myself as a candidate it is the
Lucifer and one-third Graham FU.. May 4 1914 best business practice to j
of the heavenly To the Honorable Board J. E. DOUGLASS. for supervisor of restration of Bradford county !
R', host become dissatisfied and starta struction. We the undersigned of Public In and respectfully solicit the support of the have your checks cashed promptly ;

After building a public hitching Graham Sub District No. 11 petition patrons ofyour FOR TAX ASSESSORTo election.democratic electors at the coming primary after they are received. Persons, =

shed for the'use of.farers when they rebellion'L Honorable lines to take Board in to Sections extend IS our 16 boun To the citizens of Bradford County:--- an- H. C. PEEPLES. who still have checks received during ,;:'
17. 18
come to town the Starke board An 22. 27. and Wl& of Sections 14, and nnunee myself a eaididate for the office try the
of editor died in Buffalo, recently allmTp7SouthR.21E 23 26, Accessor of Taxes. Assuring you of my re strawberry shipping season areinvited :
trade should provide a rest roOm' for and left' C. B. great appreciation for the loyal support and COUNTY COMMISSIONER' i
I 1000000. Of course he left R. N. Roberta Chesley Fogg.. S. D. Dukes. confidence so cheerfully given me in the past hereby announce that I an a candidate to bring them to the Bank ,-F
the,wives of the farmers. The ladies U if he had it. We understand that Dowling, J. A. Groves James Reynolds. E. D. Abernathy -' and pledging myself to a eontiwrv' of faith for county commissioner from district No. 1. of Starke and get them into action. 1"'.
deserve as much consideration but Byrd. H. D. L. C. Smith D. J. ful services if r-eleeted. I rc wtfully solicit I earnestly soleit the support of the,.voters -
as we can't understand how WaftdiQ T. W. Wasdin. of the county at the coming '7
he BANK
got yon vote the primary election to be held primary election OF STARKE,
", men. and horses. lit Bet F. G. Scbeli I Tune 2, 19U. Jan 2. and I pledge myself to a faithful
i May 8-6. y. and Sept Very re JliMfully. discharge of the duties of the oee if elected. Starke, Fla. ,
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I I Mr%!A...B. Surrency .of ,Brooker," t 'Mr.candidate F. B. 'Tills of Brooker,was 'I 4
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.. for county commissioner" in Starke on business Tuesday. Ii'J' -M
i from. ,district'No.. ,5, attended the '*if)
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8 its of Local A meeting of the board,of county com: Mr.' J. H. Clemons, of Brooker, visited kaSi

mis&iooers Monday, the. county, seat Monday.

:Jut received a shipment of the best Miss Mollie Yelverton,, of Montgomery Heilbronn Springs T- :1 t:
Information
JLPW
f losiery ever sold for 15 c nts. Dover's Ala., is the I guest of Miss :
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fi Stationery Store. May l-2t Ottie,Gray.
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Cr "OM .p/jA .." ... To Be Made a Business" Place '

J4..4_ ,_ w c..w... r..... Mrs. T. J. McBeth, who has beenvisiting
Miss
Rosa Callahan, of Whitesville, :
r! her daughter, Mrs. R. A. Ga;, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. J. rQ \f t ;
Weeks
for several weeks, went to
I., r M. Alvarez. ,
Percales. and, ginghams-' at Leviton's.I, Mr and Mrs. C. 'M. Wimberly, ,ofMobile Jacksonville Ford Silver Tuesday. to. visit Mrs. Eight! Hundred people: .living. 1. .' r I l'' f1
on street. Supt. Miller, of the Gainesville ; !
] Ala-, are visiting Senator 'WIthin three miles of the Springs :
Pay your poll taxes r on or'before' 'A. Z. Adldils.f r. 'The waterworks, was in Starke on business It' .
and Mrs.. Ladies Aid Society will meet where there is '
'f;
-
a good public'
Saturday; May 9.' I Y ,9 ,ii Tuesday afternoon, May 12at 4 t several days this week. i 1 < e

I I Mr. C. B. Gore left Wednesday fora o'clock, with Mrs. T. N. Limbough.> Mr. R. R. Tison, of Tillman, S. C., school requiring, three teachers.' il. '
, Mr. S: T. Dowling of Raiford ',
was visit with his brother who lives
,
t '' Every member is urged to be present, was in Starke this week transacting I ":
in this city Monday. ;: near Charleston, S. C. and bring a free will offering. business and greeting his e 'i., -,
many
t ; ; t ti
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All kinds of embroidery at St mp's.!, "BOSS OVENS-See your cake bake. ,You.cannot fail to find the color friends.Mr. tj A large General Store willioori :; ;

I J oJ d'Hardware. of hose. you want at" Dover's.May W. K. Rose, representative of be in operation. '' j .- :
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Mr. E. E. Yarborough, of Lawtey,' 12t. the ]L. C. Smith Typewriter, Co., was "_ [f ;
"Spent Monday in Starke. Attorney S. L Carter and Mr.*H. in Starke '. I
I interviewing our businessmen ; "" '
F. Goebert, of Gainesville vas Mr. R. H. t
were t- Barbour of Chicago, Tuesday. t. ;
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Mr. E. M. Thomas hasp: urchasetl tors to this city Monday.Mr. joineweel his' wife and child here this l CJ Town lots large and small ; -, I

!.' new Ford automobile. I I Mrs. Barbour has been .visit Mi s. J..E. Wilson is attending theConfederate tracts of land will be sold to '

and Mrs. J. E. ,Fetch ,wen ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. reunion in Jacksonvillethis : ,
Silk hosiery a specialty at_Dover's.I to Jacksonville Thursday to attend Sternburg, for several months. week and is the guest of Mr. and suit buyers. Terms if desir- ; ,: .? I

''May 1 -2t Ii I the Confederate reunion. Mrs. H. M. Wilson. e d. ... :' '. =
Attorney A. S. Crews -.' ;
i moved his : < :1
Mr. S L Carter of Highland, was I For dry goods. Leviton. office this week from the Edwards Mr. W. W. Roberts, of Raiford, 'i'. ,. r. I I' 'if

, :'a visitor to Starke Tuesday. I I Hon. A. D.' Andrews, of Raiford, building and is now occupying a suite candidate for the office of county; fj If want bottom i i ,- : j I!' a

candidate for representative, was a of three rooms in the Alvarez treasurer i was shaking hands withfriends you prices M
Mr, 0. Hodges, of Lawtey, was in, ,
in :
visitor to Stark Monday. ing over the Turner cool drink par Starke Thursday.Mr. buy now. .
Starke on business Friday. I ; i
II lor. .
I I H. C. Miller, representativeof .{
Mr. and Mrs DeWitt C. Jones and
Have house
SUMMER
your Woolsey's famous paints. No better the T Florida Metropolis, was her iI
i little daughter attended the
screened Jones', Hardware. at Jacksonville; this week. reunion made. QUIGLEY LUMBER & Wednesday that soliciting subscriptionfor W. E. DAVIS OWNER i I

SUPPLY CO. publication. ,
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Miss Sarah Sweat, of Alabama vis-

ted relatives here this week. I j' The best prices on trunks and suit Mrs. A. S. Crews, who has beenon Mrs. Jane Bums and daughter
cases You can find it at Dover's Starke; Florida '
1 the Miss Olive of Melvin, Ark. arrived
sick list for week ,
a or two
,
Miss L. E. Moline, of Lawtey, was Stationery Store. May 1-2t
is this week to spend two months with
in Starke Monday. reported as improving.
shopping I I Hon. T. G. Futch, of Lake Butler, air T. W. Sweat is spending the her brother Mr. S. F. Morgan. .

Let us screen you. QUIGLEY candidate for representative, visited week in Jacksonville in order to be
Mrs.
John
S. Peek of
Locust
Ridge,
LUMBER &: SUPPLY CO. I the county seat Monday. present; at the U. C. V. reunion.Mr. La. is
visiting her sister, Mrs. C. L.

Miss Agnes Forsyth, of Saxton, was.I' CoL W. T. Weeks spent Thursday J. C. Poppell, who is pursuing Peek. ,Mrs. Peek resided in Starke .............................................H.N.N I

a visitor to Starke Saturday. I I and Friday at the Confederate re- the study of law at the Gainesville fifteen years ago and this is her first : t

union in Jacksonville this week. University, was in Starke visit 'since that time.
Mr. Smiley Griffis'and family of. shaking hands with his many Saturday friends Progressive Business Firms In Starke i I

Lawtey, visited Starke Saturday.New Clothing. Leviton's. and attending to some business mat Mrs. M. E. Wilson, who has been

spring goods at Leviton's. Mr. P. B.. Bowie, of Gainesville, has ters. visiting her son, Mr. J. E. Wilson, I sr'
in this city for several weeks, left Readers of the Telegraph will find 'it to their i !
<
accepted a position
as mechanicalforeman Have i
Mr. W. R. Kersey and family, of : a sleeping porch this summer this week for Jacksonville to visit herr <
advantage trade
Lawtey, were in Starke Monday. in the Telegraph plant. Let us quote you. QUIG LE: son, Mr. H. M. Wilson. to with the firms represented f

I Telegraph $1.50 per year. the QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY, in this directory. : r

Miss Bessie Norman, of Lawte y, CO. I Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Gray, Miss I f

was, a visitor to Starke Saturday. I,I The of lawn Mrs.social T. N.to be Limbaugh given at" thehorDe Mrs. C. E. Hall, of New Orleans,,! Yelverton Robert ,Gray, Miss went Ottie to Gray JacksonvilleThursday and Mr. ............................,j................

New goods of all kinds'at Stump Friday has written ..........................
May 15, has been postponed. from San Francisco to in the Gray touring car to .......................... --
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her father here, Major Hans Austin, attend the U. C. V. reunion.A .
Mr. R. J. Raulerson, of Lawtey, REAL ESTATE. .
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II Water coolers and ice freezers that she and her FURNITURE .
cream family are maid .
Was in Starke on business Friday. .
Jones' Hardware. a tour of the southwestern states and A letter from Dr. Henry Harris .......................... ...................t..1.N. .
Mr. E. D. Rigdon and family, of. that they are having a very enjoyable formerly rector of St. Mark's Episcopal I
Lawtey, were in Starke Tuesday. Mr. J. V. Jones candidate forcounty 'church of this city who is now ...i."-".".'. .... :r; l
treasurer, was in Starke Monday time.Mr. '
stationed at Devil's Lake, N. D., co nCOMER .
L PEEK .
Slippers of all kinds at Stump's.FOR'SALE looking after his political fences.Mr. H. D. Mott, of Hilliard, was tained an order to renew his subscription .. FURNITURE. 1 '

-One large draft or and Mrs. '0. J. Griffin and visit in Starke to relatives on a business trip and a to the Telegraph and also Florida Real Estate, Land aid and almost anything eke' JOU.* il
Monday and Tues informed us that the
farm ox. D. W. Manning. Mat g.2t children went to Jacksonville thursday rigors of a Timber Expert. might want -
day. Henry says Starke looks like North Dakota winter had made him o ;

Mr. L A. Donnelly of Sunnyside! to attend the U. C. V. reunion. home to him and probably willgarden be sorry that he ever left the land of 83 years Experience at Starke. HULL'S DEPARTMENT a

transacted business, in Starke Satur- Don't wait for rain. Use our soon, if his present plans do not mis flowers. STORE. ..

day. nve. QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY carry. te.e..N".... ........."...t .....M .
If you are looking for the best at
CO. ]By wainscoting the least ,.........MM............. OMMMMMMMMtMMmNOTIONS. .
Glass towel,bars at 40c and 50e at. your rooms with expense, a look over at our ];

LUMBER &.SUPPLY CO. Mrs. Eunice Alvarez and little Wallboard, and finishing the walls in new store will convince. Jay S. '' "

( j daughter, is visiting her sister, Mrs.[ Plastico, a .beautiful and artisticeffect I Brown. ..i DENTISTS, .l. '. 'C; t
County Treasurer F. N. Andrews, F. B. Johns, and Mr.'and Mrs. R. S. can be obtained. Quigley ?. .IINI.................... ........................... :.; ',

of Lake Butler, was in Starke Mc QJohns.. Lumber & Supply Co. Miss Corrinne Putnam of Greenville - ................"' u...,. ":j f
day. S. C. >
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I a charming young woman .. .
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FOR SALE-One milch cow with Mr. A. M. Andrews reports catch- and gifted reader, was the guest of : Why is it that when you are DR. U. G. TURNER s p f :
: 'Dr.' and Mrs. A. H. Freeman attended in 8 1-2 in need of Ladies + t {
heifer an Notions '
Dr.
calf; young cow with secondcalf. l I pound'trout by actual and Mrs. A. H. Freeman a few ,* -i
the reunion, at Jacksonville L weight in Rowell lake days Ready-to-Wear Goods, Shoes, 4.j.' DENTIST '
Thursday. W. Kickliter, Starke, Fla. last Saturday last week before leaving this I* Novelties, Etc., you generally r I< ."", -i t
Maya-3t with an old-fashioned tackle and live state for her home. Miss Putnam I* go to Edwards Building ... .t'

'Embroidery dresses at Stump's.Mr. bait. Sometime before that he instructed Miss Lucile Freeman inI I* STUMPS e ;f"" :4 i
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We are now located in our new caught a trout in the canal that expression the past school term in : There's A Reason." Upstairs over Post 'Office B
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Home-Jones ...""........
and Mrs. John P. Coffin, of building-new lines: weighed 8 pounds and 13 ounces. Gainesville and is a personal fri .. .

Johnstown, were in Starke on a'visit -;new goods. Call and see. Jay S.I of the family. :.......................... ...............e. ..11.t8 "-
Brown. Messrs. Gus ndta
Beasley and
Monday. Chancey ,went to Waldo Saturday Cliff to The baccalaureate exercises of I I. DRY GOODS. ...................11..1.... i :x.,' 4

Consideration saves many a dollar Shoes at Leviton's. play with the baseball team at hatfhe Starke schools will be held :. PRINTING 1 ;I.J
a minute of time will prove it. Jay Miss Elsie Schneider entertained place against the Citra nine. evening, May 10, at the Sunday Baptist \..........*...*.+......... .- : ,'l f 3

S. Brown.. her mother and niece, of Ocala, at' game was interesting and close church and Dr. T. P. Montague, president ,..............." ,........ .......................... : .

Embroideries at Leviton's.Mr. the Commercial Hotel several d throughout but Citra won in the of Columbia College, will preachthe \ J. W. MORGAN ..... ..".. : : 1J
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aysninth : '
II this week. inning by a score of 5 to 4. sermon for the occasion. The I. Headquarters for J BRADFORD COUNTY .. i ::
and Mrs. E. H. Clemons recently regular '. Ladies : ,
commencement exercises will Ready.to-Wear Goods, + TELEGRAPH' ..
became the happy parents of a Mr. J. E. J. Wainright, of W esterUpon arrival of my car of American beheld at the school auditorium Monday Dry Goods, Notions EtaCOMMERCIAL PRINTING ..OJ
baby girl oak, candidate for county commissioner fence I will sell at prices so low that ; ; 'j
from district No.3; in you will buy a year's supply aheadof evening. Dr. J. A. Thackston, ".... ..t.e......... .! '
waN > of the University of ,
Mr. J. R.
C., visited his- cousin, ,, Mr. J. R. Dover Laces# at Leviton's. Jones' Hardware.The deliver the address.At Everybody and his brother attended + +.+ + + ++ + + + + .,+ ; '11'

Thursday. the regular meeting of the city the Confederate reunion in Jacksonville + f 1, I

Screen Doors hung, just phone me. Mr. E. L. Odom of Lake Butler, home of CoL rose W.musicale T. Weeks given last a't the council Monday evening the question this week. This statement f FOR SALE AT REDUCED + .
Friday
Jones', Hardware.Mr. candidate for the office of county evening under the of choosing an alderman to serveout includes all persons who attended and + PRICES + i s

treasurer, paid a visit 'to the county Choral Clab auspices of the the unexpired term of E. P. does not receive special mention. + One Waltham, 16 size, 15 'ruby + i

M. H. Chancey,. of Raleigh, seat Monday. affair. An was a very pleasing Duncan, resigned, arose and Messrs.U. + jewels, 14k case, used a short + ; _

spent Sunday. and Monday with his interesting and varied G. Turner A. E. Wall G. C. liv- + time, $18.00. One Elgin', 18, + I I
family here. Mr. G. Henry Davis, of Gainesville musical program was rendered and ingston and J. W. White were discussed ...........+++++++.. t size, 19 ruby jewels, ih gold + I

Mr. president of the Gainesville Motorcar > the refreshments were served later in as available men. The.council -. + CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING .+ + settings gold wheels, steel escape + f
G. W. Hazen, of Brooker Co and evening.
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candidate a party of friends .
were finally deadlocked upon G. C. Liv- + wheel, fully adjusted, + I

town Monday.for county treasurer,'ms'S' The Baraca class of the M. E.unday ingston and J. W. White and it was. ffffff............. + $21.00., Two South Bend, 17 '+ t

STOVES-Saves oil school .made. a record last decided to call a primary election onMay FOR SALE-My cottage, cheap. # jewel, 16 size finely tiiied, in, 4

High quality and low prices. The Jones' Hardware. Sunday. This class is composed of 29 for the purpose of nominating Mrs. L. von Kim, Starke'Fla. f 20-year cases, bosses, 1500. + _i I

best in harware. DeWitt C. Jones. only five members and their contri a successor for Mr. Duncan. Mayor : May 8-3t + Diamonds reset, Opals ref + !

The local military company inMaxviile command bution for missions last Sunday Canova's proclamation calling for. polished and bad "lucks" taken + \

Rev. Ernest House, ofvL1 of captain U.. G. Turner, is attending amounted to 950. The members an election on the above date appears. FOR SALE-Household goods and + off of them. One fine' blue- + !I

friends in Starke greeting his many the U. C. V. reunion in Jacksonville of this class are Messrs. George elsewhere in this issue of the Tele farm tools, cheap. Mrs. W. H. Tay- f white diamond. 90-100 caret + !,

Monday. this week in a body. White, Drayton Colley, Lloyd Green, graph. lor, at home of Mrs. Wills, in south- + deep and finely cut, $185.00. + ;

Mrs. J. D. Peacock, of Wadley Ga., Mr. R. J. Andrews candidate for Robert Gray and Walter Graham i Mr. G. M. Sistrunk says there is eastern part of Starke. May 8-lt ++ A few new 16 size gold filled r

is visiting her sister, Mrs. S. M. county commissioner from Lake But- An instance of canine intelligence always something in the, Telegraph, f watches, accurate time 'il'keep- + :

| Wells, of this city. ler district, was in Starke in the was shown near the depot Tuesday. but there was more in it for him las Croppers Wanted want renters or ers.,CALL AT MINER'S l!! + ;
interest of his than share croppers on my 80 acre farm, ; ;
The week usual He missed i
Brocade silk at Leviton's. candidacy Monday.Mr. southbound train was due at his 4 '.1 '4 5 f
located 2 miles north of Starke. "
Starke and had already whistled for pocketbook containing a sum of money + + + + + + + .
Richardson EXPERT + + +Iff'r
Attorney T. sheet Will divide in lots to suit.
B. Ellis of Gainesville, metal the station. A number of cattle and some checks and didn't know same i
visited his worker. Headquarters Jones' C. S. Durling Starke, Fla. Apr 3tf iii i _
sister Mrs. C. A. Marks, Hardware. were standing on the track a few whether it was lost, strayed or stolen, ,
of
this city, Sunday. rods north of the depot and seemingly On Saturday he called at the post- Mean. ;i\ 'nBurtonMean t

Mr. Bruce Davis, who is a studentat did not notice the approach of office for his mail and Mr. Alvarehanded z FOR SALE-Florida Fire & Casualty man. isn't he? :Robinson -

Massey's Business College in the train. A black and tan houndsaw him his pocketbook, which Company stock. Address, Box 395, -Mean? He's capable of going intoa

,w.i!r How's This I Jacksonville, spent Sunday with his them there and knew that they somebody had wrapped in a Telegraph StarkeFla., May l-2t barber's shop for a share and then
offer One Hundred Doom Be- I and mailed to him. It getting his hair cut Just to other
parents in
ft4 for here, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. were danger. He ran to the spot stillFOR keep
any ease: of Catarrh that Davis. contained all the checks SALE Livineston's people waiting. ;
and drove them and globe toma- .
all
es r: U cored by Haltsi Catarrh off the track before the """ ,.. ,"" -.. '- ... 5
J at $1.25per thousand. Can
the train plants
came up. One of the ( '
I P.l. CI ( Mr. and Mrs: S. F. Hall, Jr., and cattle was disposed to be w hci 'replied Senator Sorghum. Tramp-ake immediate shipment H. H. India's Dry Period. '
**pa* *** 4EVt To Ledo_ 0. little stubbornand i an office has to seek the In India the skies
I ** the 'daughter, Nora, out In man :( \ are practicallycloudless
anderjlrned. have moved to refused at first omas, Earlton,.Fla.
: to '
but l" alary Is
gjngfor last IS years, and heueve Jacksonville Saturday. I move y generally so small of horn February to flab, and :
Mr. IIouse-ty
Sjljfrtectly Hall a crest deal of barking and rew\kes! the office look like 1-2t.,
1 buatDea some a dryness gradually develops Into jp nb-
dif ab11uOAL was starrinc. .
tlonii an emplove
of the :
and it
to crrr Telegraph for 1 biting the dog ai| mendicant"- '
finally persuaded the Washington tag heat
by Us firm. several months. but an () .. ,:
\ Bnip COHHESCS j animal to follow the rest of the herd scar) pound ofTranseriht.l un..ED-E, nerge t. live solicitors r S

-"I Toledo 0. Miss Laura Wildie 'into the woods. mon'ful salesmen to represent, us; to UfO wbn hu lost confidence can: lose' .
Roan "
Boa Baba l*Catarrh- Cure Is taken Inte ttuny: ton. Miss.. and .Viss Armorie, of Hous-' I j1lison. Poor Method.wneiis' 'jcit the shipments of fruit, vege- notlll..::,I\ln I
coaa rectlr Upon the blood and mi E American fence. If quality and : to be always chasing "
not
and
sartace and to take
of Produce,
$ of tIes
the Montpelier
mtem. What
Miss Cold
TeattmonUls To
are visiting their Dear: '-'!
g au Dra ? CeJats per bottle. SoU cousin, Mrs.' i quantity counts you will buy American i t Ii t Nearly haers for groceries grain and feed. !'.LAXATIVE -
eeta A. KKOMO Canine. ,
V. Long, and I I.. appears to be his It I\OP'he '
other method
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.-.a"haIJI ; .. Law prices. DeWitt C 1 .-jeh and Headacbe
tilgla was -. relatives here. J o.tg for little more Vth Cherry Commi"- 1t:) :t and torts oa'td toij.rrfiitui .
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.MlIBEDS": OF OLD wiMB* is Perhaps that put on*tato of the themwOb beet kaown of -John puns : NOW HER FRIENDS' i ij,f

; -** -- *" -- -- -p' Was Able to Stop ... Eat CUpin by Owrper., B> Will be remembered ii :

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that according So' the poem. 1I KNOW
Agate IufY HEi1
axTraps borrowed hone from
John Gilpka : a
In )Yhose4ulboUs: v_. Vn",1t@r---.,.,.,=-- _' <-' ... ,
; -. 1-keep---- his 1 fcjeod to riife 'to' Xdmonton' to ; : "'" ,
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.-:. iSletp Was Once Wooed. says Peruna in the .. > '" .celebrate bis weddlasj day. but the .. .' : f '
# y 'r' horse bad other plaaa and took"tbe.
house COfltflt'ly. fct His Does' Not Bo&r .
I
: represent1 bus.FIBT.(3LA
none &
his -
: .) ,When I. am 'A': Jovial Gttpia to the boom of friendi. t '

IJT1ING.ONEUP WAS AGONY. not feeling wellI who, oa seeing Us ruffled condltioik -P mea aDd will be rfmitMtl J OB'thp Barton) Und r1b, "

::4 take a few asked' him'way h*> had come. Gllpi _i alas to ,
> :: pI8mO&e'10ar intewsta. Quar- ccmnance
doses. It always ,. replied: ..

4 d f>. The JobReoutred the Services; oft restores.Mueller's" .( \ t.: 1 cam because your aorse would coo v astee ___ ibD l f U ; .\ -- -- *v

Mrs. .. And If I well farted A well writtaa fint-olau Hton, Texas.-In am interesta :i
and Wa policy by a .i
Two or Three Husky Mm story of her experience .. My hat and v
an I Athletic Feat Beside Which with !i ::". !( >. They are upon the road. A I LITTLE: BIRD agent in 'a int-cbus: eoaipany 'sometimes IIIIr from, this,city, Mrs.So. C. Burka .,
fully eXplains -
ir : '.., ,'Wrestling Match Was Child's Play. Peruna why ,she 1" French Thrift. may some day inform you 'about.tto aaana anoh ia oaaa of lost by'flit writes as folkm*: "IthinkaKmydajj ,I

; -1 came acl'OtiiI bed wrench at a always keeps.IllS.ILIItJEU.ER. Departing Guest (scrntinlzlag bis A." P. H. cigars. Doat wait for the to tell'you what your medfcSne CInbd..,

MOQd band curiosity shop uptown the Peruna en hand.A '.0. IoaDI. U.-1er. bUl.oot>> here! You charge for writ. bird but ask lour friends. They D., L HOARD a starke.n. fee woman's ionic, bas doae for me. .
few .
ago
other t't said an old timer "and it she was years very w..eo..P-_ Ing paper and! 1 haven't used a scrap will tell you all about the merits and I was doWl1 with wemariy trouble! 'ot::

took'taeteck to the boyhood days a teae t sick The trouble seemed to be the all the time I've been here. Betel Pro- excellenceofThe and mother advised. seven ,

lamp. 6.. stomach and liver. She suffered prietor-Ah. pardon. m'sleorl It IB for A. P. H. Cigar my dmeresl ;
Was unable to get any- which bW Is'made treatments, but they oWI seem to dome '
great pain. ze on your
"Doa' know what bed wrench Is! paper There other goed ones bat not at :
t a
are
Nobody born ofthis thing to help her. She was growing uut-London Mall. COFFINS, CASKETS 1:1: any good. I lingered along lor three.::
Of course you don't weaker and ,weaker. She became the price. Most men have a'hobby; or four months, and fcr three weeks, J

generation doe That's .because tired of Ufe.Somebody. our is in trying to make the best five AadiPaUI4tnlof ;
in bed sick I
cord bed- Well Made Up. Undertaker was so couldat bear for ;
they never bad to put up a suggested that she writeto A. P. H. civar Supplies i
cent
atead-had the privilege.of sleeping in the Peruna Co. She did BO. Lady (finishing her toitet-Well) Annette ,cigar. Try one I anyone to walk across the fioor. ,"

/ the bed it held. Through their advice she began to how do I look to youMaid- and tell your friends the verdict. ; Always on band. The bed sex- My husband advised me to try Caring '-*

The cord bedstead was'a Joy. Next use Peruna. In a letter from her at Excuse me. madam I am,not an an Manufactured by I vine at the lowest prices. Special the woman's tonic. I have taken two'.1

the stovepipe or putting this time she says: "Through the coDDusseur.-Fl1egeDile Blatter. attention to bottles of Cardui fine "
to potting up STARKE CIGAR CO., Telegraph Man. aa feeling gained,
of Peruna I have regained
my
down :the ttrpet with the base of a use I pounds and do all of housew
health. I took only a bottle and a Starkes Fla. my < -
Catiron for a hammer to pound the and Poverty. Registered Embalmer Friends hardly know me I am
halt when I was able to sleep : so well" g
-, leather headed tacks in with the assembling Her Suitor-1 admit 1 am poor. but
eat again and my nervousness disap- If you suffer from any of the ail cnti. '<'
crime. Her Father-Er- NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE I
of the cord bedstead of our No wonder Mrs. Mueller poverty is no '
peared.
daddies was the job that called for the keeps Peruna in the house. Under no. Not until you commit something Notide ia hereby givtn to all concerned that DeWITT C. JONES ; 80 common to women, don't allow the .'
aix months after date hereof I will present trouble become chronic. .
Begin taking
of all the circumstances Peruna would else.-Judge. '
most peremptory giving similar\ Succcuorto
my final returns u administrator of the estate > G. C. Livingston & Co.
'. Cbristiavirtue8 a vacation until the be in every house In the land. of Sallie S. Chesser. late of Bradford .. Cardui to-day. It is purely vegetable,}'

Job iras done. Anyone taking Peruna ought to Turn thyself to the true riches and county. Florida, deceased, and apply to the Starke, Ra.. : Its ingredients acting in a gentle, natural }' -

favorite have a free copy of the "Ills of Life." with little-1- Seneca. County Judge of Bradford County, Florida I i the weakened
The cord bedstead was the learn to be content way on womanly constitsr-:
p Address Peruna Co.. Columbus. Ohio. for my final discharge.
bedstead of commerce in those days. People who object to liquid modi J. D. BAXTER. fion. You run no risk la trying Cardui. :..

Briefly described. there were four cines can now obtain Peruna Tablets, ORDER OF PUBLICATION Administrator of the Estate of Sam & It has been helping weak women back to .
.
poets of any height or girth to suit the la the Circuit Court. 8th Judicial Circuit. Chaser, deceased. Jan 2-6m. health and strength for more than 50years. ,'I'

person or his pocket An/where from Bradford Coantr, Florida For Weakness and Loss of AppetiteThe It will help you. At all dealers.. :F-
Bradford County Bank. :
a Corporation.
three to four feet from the floor a hole V8 Old Standard general strengthening tonic,
each In His Head. NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE. GROVE'S TASTELESS Write to: Chattanooga Medicine Ox. Las* ')
was bored in two sides of post It Was W. J. Hillman Company, a corporation tt al chUITONIC,drives out
Notice is hereby given that under and by Malaria and builds UP the system. A true tonic Advisory Dept.. Chattarooga. Tenn., for Sptnal
facing each other when the footboard Balzac once ;>rouiij.ed Lirlenx, the Bill to Kmove Cloud and Quiet Title virtue of a certain decree of sale and foreclosure and sure Appetizer. For adults and children. He hutructiotu on your case and 64-page book Horn
and headboard posts were stood up to manager of the Odeon theater in Paris I I To All Whom it May Concern.' Greeting: mad and entered by the District Courtof I treatment for Vtomen."sent in plain wiapper. Sol "I

be connected. The boles were bored a fire act drama, "The Springs ot: It appearing by the sworn bill of complaintin the United States for the Southern District -
> the above entitled elllM that there aVe per- of Florida. in Chancery on the first day
: with a thread to take the screw out on Qulnola. He was so busy with other sons interested in the property described in of April. A. D.. 1914. recorded at page 79

the ends of the connecting pieces at work, however, that not ti'Ihe had the laid bill of complaint and Involved in of Equity Journal of said Court in a
this sujt other than the known defendants certaIn cause wherein Board of Trustees of .
p : the sides and ends of the bedstead. been long and urgently importuned did and that the names and residences of such Oberlin College a corporation organized and .
These connecting pieces were round. he promise to read his piece to the persons are unknown to the complaint and ex>ting under the laws of the State of Ohio. -
that in the said bill relief ia prayed against and the Michigan Trust Company, a coropra- jF RhdumatismBlood
mad on what weB to be the top of them company the next week lie company
such unknown persons; !I tion organized and existing under the lawi
when the bedstead was set up was a gathered about him on the day appointed Therefore it is ordered that all parties of the State of Michigan. as Receiver of the

I'Owof pegs shaped like so many mush- and he read his fire act play claiming an interest in the property herein estate of R. G. Peters are Complainants. and Poison
after described, or any pan thereof under lohn M. Wolfenden and Herbert K. Wolfen-
.. rooms. A bole about an inch in diame- fluently through to the cud. Lirieux G. W. Robonson deceased late of Alachua den idividually and as eo.partners doing business Scrofula Malaria

ter ran through each of the four connecting was enthusiastic, ran up to shake County. Florida. or under Fred H. Lewis or under the firm name and style of Wolfen. ,

: pieces. When the bedstead Was 'hands with the great writer and turned otherwise, and all parties claiming an inter. dan &: Co.. Atlantic Lumber Co.. a corpora- Skin Disease
est in the property hereinafter described, or ton organized and existing under the laws .
assembled by the fitting of the con- over the pages of the manuscript, any part thereof. lying and being in the of the State of florida. and Empire Lumber '

necting pieces into the holes in the whose contents had pleased him might. County of Bradford. State of Florida to-wit: Company, a corporation organized and exist- BecazitFurifies
N IS acres on East side of S. ing under the laws of tbe State of Florida
% except
and screwed up. tight and in what F 0 'R
I posts: ilr. But was this? There
were
A. L. Ry in NEtf. of Section 1 ; N%. except and H. B. Lamb and I. F. Lamb. her husband
place by means of a stout stick thrust only four acts. The last pages of the EH of NE% of NWtt and W% of NW% ofNE' are Defendants I., the undersigned. as a tlie Blood *
through .the' holes In the round pieces manuscript were blank. In surprisethe /. of Section2 : N% of NW% and NW% Special Master of said Court in Chancery Ii-UAD
of NEV4 of Section 12 ; N% of Lot 12. and will. on Monday. the 6th day of July A. D.. WHAT MORO ftOPLJIIAY Of ._
the bed was ready to be corded up. and manager asked what it all meant all of Lots 22. 23. 24. 27. 30. 31. 32, 33. 35 1914. between the hours of eleven o'clock
a then the wrench came into play.The Balzac smiled and admitted that he 36. 37. 38 of Section 14 ; Lot 34 of Section 15 A. M. and two o'clock P. M.. before the door LIPPMAN'S GREAT REMEDY-P. P. P.

i bed wrench was something like had not yet written out the fifth act, all ia Township 5 South Range 22 East before, do of the the City Court of Stance House state of Bradford of Florida;County.sell at in Dr. ADd....... BefCMT. Texas writes: Rabbi SolomaK, of tb..Savaanaa Con.PsvmHnn. .

a stout wooden band vise. The cord, a but de..Jured.that he had it as clearlyin appear to said bill of complaint on or public auction to highest and best bidder. for "It is the leading blood purifier." writes: **Bad seven attacks of
._ \ the 6th day of Aprjl. 1914. the same beinga cash, all and singular the following described Or...........Mrtcalf.G*,prescribes Malarial fever toting from a week to ten
rope like a clothesline. but of better his head as if it already stood on rule day of this Court: and that this orderbe property in said decree mentioned. or so much It. and with F.P.P.completely cured J. days. I took four medicine .. a forlorn
quality, was run around the mushroomlike paper. "And," continued the poet merrIly published once a week for 12 consecutive thereof as shall be suffeient to satisfy sail H. Davidson, who had suffered fifteen hope but now weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph. -a with blood poison ud sores. a real benefit.-' -
yean .
pegs, which were a few Inches "I hate in the same head two weekly newspaper of general circulation in decree. to-wit: the following described proper ..
. ty. subject to an obliration under pain of: IT WILL HELP YOU, TOO-AT ALL DRUCCI8T8-SUOO '
apart, and lengthwise and crosswise said Bradford County Florida. ;
more outcomes of the plot in case the I forfeiture to remove the timber hereinafter __
J. T. Wills.
WITNESS the Honorable
from connecting piece to connecting one I just lead doesi:'t please you." Judge of the said Circuit Court. and also my described. from the lands' on which it is F. V. LIPPMAN. SAVANNAH, GEORGIA <

.; 4 : piece like a big meshed net. I official signature u well as the seal of this situate on or before September 1. 1915. as
I nrovided in certain instrument of writing
; : .. "But the cord couldn't be drawn taut .Court this the 31st day of December, 1913. at a
Only a Piktr. Starke... Florida. from Atlantic Lumber Company to J. M. I ,
cnmsgh! with the bands. and so daddy Two W.T.WEEKSClerk Wolfenden and Herbert K. Wolfenden. copartners
Pittsburgh men were seated In
as Wolfenden &: Company. dated the
brother
or big Rill or perhaps the Circuit Court ---
a dining car the other day, and while A. Weeks D. C. 15th day of February A. D.. 1911. and recorded .
a
By
hired man, grabbed th wrench tangled in the Public Records of Bradford
,

( they waited for their luncheon to be A. V. LONG AND J. E. FUTCH
it up somewhere In of the Complainant County, Florida. February 2!. 1911 in Miscellaneous
a part
for
served of them said l-9-13t Solicitors I
.-cord one : Record Book S. page 229. WHENEYER y YOU U NEED
: where the tuutenlng'Up
process "1 bear Brown has bought a place up "All the cypress and hardwood timber
".ma* to begin and by persistent lever- *"" standing lying and being on the following
near yours. ORDER FOR PUBLICATION. pieces parcels or tracts of land situate in
age around and about the bedstead at "Yes." the other answered. .... In Circuit Court. 8th Judicial Circuit. Brad. the Counties of Bradford and Alaehna. in the
? .last wrenched the cord to a condition ord County Florida. State of Florida more particularly describe 'GENERAL 'I
"What kind of a place is Itr A ( ( TONIC TAE( GROVE'SThe ( !
,.-,. ,1l11uJt.W.t 'aatiafactory the tautness, and the tu- "Oh, pretty,fair. About 3.000 acres." \ M.va.Alvarez. Complainant. as East follows half: of Southwest quarter. Northwest

shouting died. "Has he been making much money Vtsmo Alvarez Mrs. Florence E. Alvares. quarter of Southwest quarter and Southwest -
: "For doat go away with the idea that et..tBill quarter' of Northwest quarter of Section

r&he work of setting up that cord bed- lately"Not? that I know of." 'ascription to remove in deed.cloud quiet title and coned quarter.Twenty-four South(24)half: of North Southeast half of quarter.Northeast and Old Standard Grove's :Tasteless chill Tonic is EcJ 1..a.

.- tatead was accomplished with the ease "How can he afford to have a placeof TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN* West half of Section Twenty-five (25) : South. Valuable as a General Tonic because Acts on the Liver,.
; anfl MB the brief time that It takes to GREETING: east quarter. and Southeast quarter of South. E

ten afcmt it It generally required two that* kind? Is be keeping it up Inany It appearing by the sworn bill of com-' Southeast west quarter quarter of Section and East Twenty-eU half of Northeast (26;- Drives Out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds,up $ "
Lintl of that there
shapero"Ye above are
taint in the cause
North half Southwest quarter. North half of(
Job with and involved in this
any hope of succeeding with "t this bill of Complaint
know bow he does it" nitother than the known defendants. and Southeast quarter and Southwest quarter of I r.,
it for in the way of refractory disposition "How much do you suppose Brown'swortir Se names and residences of such persona Southeast quarter of Section Thirty-four (34) ; You know what you are taking when you take Grove' Tasteless chOI TonieU '>
North half. East half of Southeast quarter.
and
demoniacal the the complainant, and that in
perversity unknown to
r such Southwest quarter of Southeast quarter and : the formula b printed on every label showing that it contains the wdt bon 't
cord bedstead ,id bin relief is prayed against an' :
I. of. the daddies had the
"He hasn't much. Maybe about flown persona : Southeast quarter of Southwest quarter of tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It js as strong as the strongest bitter r

mile.breechy, I cow. In the garden skinned a f.jOOO.:: Getting along on his nerve Therefore it is ordered that all parties Section half of TJ Southwest rty-five quarter(35) : North and half Southwest North took and is in Tasteless Form: It has no equal for Malaria, Chills and Few ."
have known interest in the property herein
take the the good wife to I very largely, I gue& ."-Chicago Bee- 'aiming fter described an or any part thereof. under quarter of Southwest quarter of Section Weakness, general debility and loss of appetite. Gives life and vigor to Nursing t
children and In thecellar Thirty-six (36) la Township Six (6) South
own ;
go
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I ord-IIerald. "oseph T. Dillaberry, deceased J. G. Aharex. Range Nineteen (19) East: Mothers and Pale. Sickly Children. Removes BUkmsnesa without. {mrgag.
.. while the old man and his aids .'eeeased. or either of them or in otherwise the ; ar.dl1 South half of Lot Nine (9). and North half Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Aroused the liver to action and?: '
wsne dallying with the cord bedstead parties claiming an interest property
of Lot Ten (10), and North half of South "
Birds Tfrt ereinafter described part thereof purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer. Complete Strength .-
Fight Eagles.In or any Dcr
in aa effort to set it up and giving it half of Lot Eleven (11). of Section Thirty
their of it Fouln. one of the Shetland islands ring and being in the City of SUrke. Brad (f0). in Township Six (6) South. Range Mo family.should be without Guaranteed by your Dtugl St. We mean it S0c;
: opinion as it wabbled andItlid 'ord County. State of Florida to-wit: Twenty (20) East
and careened and skidded at tense the natives make a business ot 465 feet !:east and West by 50 feet North Together with all and singular the tenements -
lid South, bounded on South by Und of E..ohnl. __
and rearing skau gulls in order to rid the heredimente and appurtenances thel'faunto -
:4
critical stages'of the getting of it ;
on East by Street. oa West by W. belonging or in anywise appertaining "
gdher. :Island of, the'eaglt that congregate !ne of SE% ofNW%. See. 28. Tp. 6. S. R.22 EL I and all the estate. right title interest and .,

"Ham when it was aH up good and there and commit many depredations.The n North by land Jacob Johns in the City ef all claim and demand whatsoever, as well fn
tarke. .do appear to the said Bill of Com law as in equity of the said Mortgagors in
magnificent red sandstone cliffs SEEDS
14.804 the smell of sulphur got out .laint before the 4th of SEEDSCow
on or day May 1914. and to the same and every part and parcel -
tO f the iroom mother used to come in that skirt the northwestern coast became 'he same being a rule day of this court. thereof with the appurtenances.Miles .
a favorite haunt of the eagles And this order be published once a week for Wt Lewis Special Master in Chancery.May f
'the straw tick the web of
.mu1
put
on '2 consecutive week in Bradford County 8-St. or Field Peas Velvet Beans Chufas
and in this Inaccessible spot they Increased ; ; ;
;W'cord-the tick. with the big sUt in Telegraph a weekly newspaper of 'eIl.r..1'

4t where we filled it ,with fresh rye so rapidly that they became a t ireulation lorda. published in said Bradford County IN CIRCUIT COURT 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Peanuts; Sorghum; Millet; Selected t Field ;ft,1
terror
iStraw until it looked like a balloon all to the farmers and fishermenwho WITNESS the Honorable J. T. WilU. judge OF FLORIDA. BRADFORD COUNTY. Corn. Complete and full stock Garden
Updy to go up. Then she tumbled onto dwell on this isolated spot. The of said Circuit Court. and also my official BILL FOR FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE. ..
signature as well as the seal of this Court 0. L. Thomas vs. L. C. Smith and Lilla
skau gulls are also strong and fierce Seed
the feather .feed andSupplies
the tick bed. two or three Poultry t
his the 3rd day of February.. 1914. at SUrke Smith. his wife :;
feet high, with its swelling fluff of live and the inveterate.. foes of the eagle. Florida. NOTICE TO APPEAR.The ;

jjese leathers and almost burying you In battle the gulls are nearly always W. T. Weeks. Clerk Circuit Court. State of Florida.To ; Incubators.Oldest .
By B. A. Weeks Deputy Clerk. L. C. Smith and Lilla Smith. his wife.
: out of dgbt when'you stowed yourself victorious and so the inhabitants of"oula A. S. Crews Solicitor for Claimant (L.S.) It having- been shown by affidavit that the established and largest Seed House'in Florida. Write 1:
away on it after surmounting the bed hit upon the novel plan of feedIng Feb. 6-It. Defendants L. C. Smith and Lilla Smith. his .
and wife are non-residents the State of Florida for illustrated Catalogue!
for the
caring spa gulls, 1i
with: a stepladder. Then with the and that the residence of said Defendants is
sheets and the blanket and the quilt which though formidable, to their PETITION a at Blue Springs County of Barbour. State of E. A.
SEED
feathered I I Alabama and that paid Defendants are over MARTIN CO.
art the comforter and the big.. bulbous enemies are very peaceful We the undersigned voters and tax-payers the age of twenty-one yean. '

I&lows the bed was ready to sleep In.Chat's and docile when: brought ia contact of a lub- chool district to be established aDd I! It is therefore ordered. considered and ad. 206 East Bay St. JACKSONVILLE FLA.

what ft' bed wrench is and with man. known as Roberts Sub-School District hereby judged that tV sad Defendants L. C. Smith ,
petition the honorable Board f School Commissioners '
and Lilla Smith. his wife do appear to the !
.-. ; .. that's the cord bedstead. wrenched. of Bradford County for an election Complainant's Bill of Complaint herein onor
Aad when I hear. some reminiscent old establish this Sub-School District bounded before the 22nd day of May, A. D. 1914. --- .'ti'
u follows: in default whereof a decree confesso will ;
body barking back to the days of, the CURIOUS BITS, Commencing at the Northeast corner of be entered against the said pro L. C. Smith and
bed wrench and the cord bedstead and4edftre See. 22, Tp. 4, Range 19 E. and run south Lila Smith, his wife. 1
on See. line to township line dividing Town. It is further ordered that this notice be -
that when it cornea to going to OF HISTORYA tipe four and Ave thence E. on said line to published in the Bradford County Telegraph ,

'* datnlgbtsureotaaIeepineaseand range line dividing Ranges 19 and 20: thence a newspaper published at Starke in Bradford
: comfort and of'getting next morning south on said line to southeast corner of ''See county. Florida once each week for five eon- Ii
up FLEET CAPTURED BY tion 12 Tp. 5, Rg. 19. Thence west on see- secutive weeks. FavoriteFertilizersARE
; never so refreshed give him every tlen i line to Swift Creek: thence southwest In witness whereof I have hereunto set my
F time. b'gosh the old cord bedstead CAVALRY. along said creek to West line of Section 16; hand and affixed the seal of1 our Circuit Courton
: thence north to north*est corner of said section this the 22nd day of April A. D. 1914.
with nothing between the ropes and 16: thence west on section line one-half W. T. Weeks Clerk
him but the straw tick and the feather By A. W. MACV. mile; thence north on center line of Section A. Z. Adkins. By R. A. Weeks. D.C.

.. bed instead of the new fangled springs In 1784, when France was at* section 8 ; to north line to line Baker of See county 8 ; line thence; thence north east on Complainant's Solicitor Apr-24-5t --T-

and hair mattresses. I greet him with rayed in arms against vthe rest long said Baker county line to point of .

,,y. grasp his hand warmly and gentiy of Europe, the Dutch fleet became beginning.And NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED -
further to vote upon the millaee tobe UNDER SECTION. OF CHAPTER 4888
ice-bound In the
bat firmly tell him he's a liar.NewYOlk Zuyder assessed and for the purpose electing aboard LAWS OF FLORIDA BEST il

Sun. Zee, which forms the harbor of of three trustees for the said iub- chool Hereby notice II given that D. W. PinhoJ ter.

Amsterdam. A body of French district purchaser of Tax Certificates numbered respectively -
*. cavalry under General Pichegru Names: John Crews. G. F. Alderman. J. L. 90 and 92 issued by the Tax Col. FOR
Prisoner' Fasts. Roberts. Mr. C. A. Joiner. H. H. ,Williams. lector of Bradford County. Florida each of
Hunger strikes are evidently no modern surrounded It, and galloping Mrs. Joe Loodhatter. J. C. Pearce W. P. said Certificates bearing date of June 6, 1910. .
.. Idea as evinced by the following cross the ice, furiously attacked Taylor Douberly.J. Cruse. W. W. Williams C. C. has filed said certificate in my office and has ALL CROPS
made application for Tax Deed to. issue in
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atry in Evelyn's diary of July 8. 16M: the great ships and cap- April 10-5t accordance with law.

I had the curiosity to visit some Quakers tured them. Had the Dutch The said certificates embraces the following Write for Catalogue. .
lands In Bradford County Florida. assessedat : .
commanders been
as smart
here (Ipswich in prison. One ofthese as tbe date of the issuance of said Certificatesin
t- ', was said to have fasted twenty Napoleon the result might have j the names and under dates and numbers

**J..., but another endeavoring to do been otherwise. At one time I hereinafter respectively particularly set forth
to-wit
: the tike,' perished on the tenth. when 'when he saw his adversaries Certificate: No. 90. embraces Fractional Block .

be would have eaten. but could not" posted on a frozen lake ho 9. in Ward City. See. 8. Tp 7. S. B 20 E.
London Chronicle. brought his artillery to bear and axs'ised Unknown.
\ Certificate No. 92 embraces Lot 10 Blk 11. INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER CO
shot the Ice from under them, in Ward City. See. 8. Tp. 7. S. B. 20 E.
letting them Into the water. assessed Unknown.
% Mobility doe not lie in the hall full Unless said certificates shut >.-
f;, family portrait dimmed by the ftw*.... .. I'p.. .-. _redeemed thereon JACKSONVILLE FLA.

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Fun Grown, Is a Marvel Seminole nation if written' in strict I _..;;,''4'._..: .... :. ,. .

obedience to ,the law of .a liberty .

loving government,' would place! themin is.Your Store -: :

FLEET, FIERCE AND 'STRONG. a light that would make .the sacred :

for which ourforefathcrsfought .
cause .
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in the Jays of.1776 grow pall I "
,,Ho Is Often More Than a Match For a : *i
The Seminole has had his
Htuttdl'and never side '
Pack of Trained -Fairly "

'Fights His Way to Freedom-Anoitiftg Eat- ords of his and tragic official life written documents;-to must war rec-j we 'It' was fouilt to .fill one of the great needs of the people

Chase With,a Grand Duko. : II
go to get information of the treat-i .Flom{ that'of,
: ; + aving establishment in our hdhie
Hooting wolves with dogs Is one ef ment the Indians received. I


tbs the winter most engrossing sport in Russia and exciting and in the of Theheroic, fortitude ,of the old *State lasge, enough and financially strong enough to carry !

Seminole race, their love of honor,
penult of the full grown wild beast their devotion in those olden days to -a stock oKFurniture and Household Accessories' sufficient

tore types of dog are 'used-the ordl-

airy' foxhound pack the ,borzoi or the inal graves climate of'and their natural kindred resources, the ge-of r % .itn volume .and variety, and at a reasonable price to supply

Bnssiin wolfhound and the bear
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booed a type which is 'becoming rarer their sunny land, all combined to !)' .i the' needs (of.ALL Florida people.
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ill ,the time. The Russian imperial make them determined to defend. ;

hunt 'which is situated at Gatehtaa, their homes for, .hemmed in by sea r-

about thirty miles from fit Petersburg, on all sides, with soldiery in the north I Et'oyaollar Invested ;.in this concern >os Southern money. Its Officers and Managers -

b the scene of most of-these sporting there was nothing to do but to fight s are iRtoridz. men. .

treat, *. or submit to banishment. I t; '
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The method of bunting is to employt'"rlcg" t When< lou are in Jacksonville invite
Treaties as sacred as ever' were y L we you to make this store your headquarters.Wa&htfor .
or locate the aaimal by means I

of his tracks in a certain portion of the made between America and Great I I our big announcement in this next week.
paper
: Britian broken like
forest, the mounted huntsmen remaining were pipe stems .

quietly about, wit *oups of bor- I by the whites. They knew that their l : J .

sols In leash. three together. The.next beloved leader and war chieftain, ii
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step Is to send the foxhounds into the Osceola, had been captured under a

forest to force the wolf to break cover flag of truce-and still what could I .,.. MRVaets 8i OOMPANIY I '

and on his appearance the'wolfhounds I .. ..
lo but and
they fight en on,hoping at : I
If the can survive .
are slipped. quarry I
last to find security and peace in the
miles of hard be will ,
two pressure ,
deep fastnesses Southern swamps. I FLORDIA'S LARGEST FURNITURE STORE-
have outlasted the paee'and staying ;
OUR NEW HOME
powers'of his pursuers, ,but If I not the Under the Spanish crown the Indians _

wolfhounds. will have polled him,down. were protected. 'With the'ris.ing A Twelve story Furniture store JAOSDNVILLE, FLORDIA.

They can make no impression on his of the American flag in 1821

hide however but must wait until thertt trouble began,and greed for, the I

) horseman comes up. The 'wolf Is homes, cattle and.lands began.by the .
,
er killed then by knife, or his legs whites.

Jaws are bound. up. and ,'toe Is thought that by using a divinjr bell, 1i UDRY\\ WING 'riN I I. gHERIB"S'SALE.Votiee t
eD back home and exhibited e few History quotes :United States .Sen ,he may be able to .see the ,land he CHINA. ie -bereby.giventhat: :on virtue! of certain .writ of 1
in captivity, when .he. .." .turned I ator Frelinghuvsen.as Saying: "We lUrchased and may ;they be .able toforgive Only;Six! Expert 'AtorJMrs In Fofr, out of and under the,KB! of the execution Circuit issued Court
to furnish sport at'a fatnreittme.n have added purchase to purchase, we these drainage engineers who- 'in:said for 31nuJfcrrd 'County,'State of Florida, : PAINT,
the'London Times N.,, Kravtchea- called the indian .brother and he be SmnIn: Canton.i taring dtfie .of .22nd. .day >of April, .A. D. .
> I witi good intentions made ..the mistake I 'There use Ip Canton about 1911. in that certain .a ? forty YOU will
SAYEtCOcls.PERGAJ.
tells of a bunt ia with a millions .of wherein B. ,
company lieved us; acres he has of I 'Wildroo I is plaintiff and Sooth
duke in which one of these foil I to running the ;water the-.rong' opswblefcmjtke:anfl sell-fcwy art .era TurpeBtine Company a corporation, 'is .
vicious brutes yielded us, by .treaty right; more way For the success of 'the next. aae s. Ea ch Hrtone :is -email, consisting defendant: I'S. B. 'Denmark, -.. Sheriff of
proved too-much than cultivate in centuries.We :rtklford Calmly Florida have levied and '11IT41S HOW
we can upon .
4 for the hounds: rainage trader the survey.of a dif- j itwnaHy of :a bowroomrOp], to the will offer for aaletotae highest and best bidder t i-- .

We. had reached oar stations and be- have crowded him upon a few erect engineering corps, those who I; street:and,a fcadk.room where the C tIlting ''for cub OB Uoodey, '''1DIe 1. -1911, during the ,, Bay 4 gals.L.&M.Semi- >
miserable acres .on our Southern I ''Is done:: embersof legal hours of sale on eatd.day, in front oft Mixed Real
the store Paint$3.4
; accustomed to inclined ; he
f patient motionless are charitably as well as op- ; court tooge door an Starbe. Bradford
when far away was beard the frontier (now called by all the world'Everglades' tom stic must await :itiso! -wmally work 'in -the- sboWroon.elftdlwtl'y -o..V, FIoai iia.a6-of'the following described ti ,Sgals-LinseedOil J
and still like development'I I il'! 'be.divided into 'I.e1'8ft.81 Pnl'Jerty.and:1'et: l estate, to-wit: one to mix with it 2.it'JMakes7gak
lee of a hound on the scent Soon a )* the horseleech Minnie Moore "Wilson Tampa Tribtme. may two ttnmvriter end .tme1rrlter desk-BIle roll top I

hole chorus Joined in, and a little our insatable cupidity cries >sta ges.-cutting:and.cartifig. Tusks 1m- dtesk. three traittrt.. office chairs, one desk Paint for$10.S9

: : the wood ID front of>ns began ts.with 'more more'." I ipsTtedrfiom Siam eoftliilutetiie raw ,Lair' one to of tools, three lantern and
mie ;ioap, (*- fiat Ii>p desk and water cooler, bk i'i Itrs only $1.50 per gaL
#: noise and then suddenly, not Old settlers who knew, both sidesof II;material: These are first cut,wlth a forn)n-Feiftccks, lone lUump puller, two j',
The
Y from us. appeared a 'bilge ,full the story well .have told to the ( ; DINED CIS l :'JACKALS.8rtTh -. saw :riot the shape eapt-ble.' of being -1'Ji1'Iuse. air tanks compressor-Ones seduUllers'iron, -one water Wes tank Dg.l -, REAL PAINT b PUEE s M.WHITE SEMLMIXlli LE ..
wolf. \werk fl'Tip by oeantng. :I'i1e cutting '+ 2JNCRn4LIKS88DU&L-lee
apparatus e'kJelB msS-two.mgiaeo, .dt beetknottu
-one w iteam -
,
Ue seemed tobe! absolutely undls- writer that during .the "seven year ; .(:consis .of,-wooden Mock orVtee.aeaw yzmpftiie Smith 'Valle pump, one engine mark- pawl material tar no vtrs._ .. ; I
war," weeks and .sometimes months .( .r Was :Oirter.f a>d theWhsld'NotlEat .> rabSitrsply a < .. I Hit 'Yinc..olle iron water tank, two cylinder eon. Use a pL out of any yore buy and If ret the .
bed and trotted off Hit nothing par- acdaQnbwf water. The .tietwors one electric dynaaio, -two ears of best paint made.thell. 1MP
was occurring! but In reality he would pass with everything quiet- iivory 'is- accused ifimly Ay, the vise.! 'bt' ;;,_.0 ,for Mlowing raklestate, to- tr :aU Xotstot0aty back.? thepatatandget't. ,

I traveling at great speed and bad apparently all hostilities had ceased '1Jacribing !the iohaauaedans-4tt Algeri ondsteatd with water:end. cut to the Gomeaenaag Hevea :4n +Old g at the Southwest-corner-.f Block : DEWITTC. JONES. I
l ie
*. In his : "Butler, running thence :
covered halt tbe distance when when outlaws who always follow in bewk."JTheiIiH6jary Coast"Albert jrequlraLshape.SterfeeUy North 80 feet to sxrint >of beginning, thence '..

a.grand duke unleashed upon him. the wake of the army would put Indian I .' ; Ed..8days ibe discovered flat gll ClY .ot AVOTJ- nearly Faint'fifty, :feet theaae North twenty-file feet, Starke, Florida f:I: ;
een A'rtt
fift
rthat with the excepftion .ftthe obvLJllS"dift'erence ? set, i Ibence South twenty ,'"
lightning the welt !turned sad ,&a things .shewn, la .
re moccasins on.their feet, kill cat- paper were evlflence.ofi file -fcdt'.ta point -beginninr.. p.
but'tne dogs were quicker He and ia idOthiA., they seemed to 4 'the skJEJ .of :.the.cotter. The Also 'Aliaeii o., Iwo, four and five and
the blood around .
gor shouted the and sprinkle the :be"trey muck :Ite.other'ijsea. although the EMt bat of Shock tbree j. B L. New. 5-
grand' duke. premises and then .tell.of seeing the' -Tthey do next locate cutfjng .finished, the :tblocks. are: then sore ftdditwa to the City o4f Batler.
irate
: ame thitapat
leash quickly followed. Every' mo- jeaimditato. shape with knives of many Florida. The came having been levied uponaa
Indians. This outlaw class were being .loe.1st.u far .the the of tie DR. L. '
't i thought the dogs would rail the same reasons. \,(different shapes. These 'have a start property .Southern Turpeatine ADAM ; H
used Of this he bI.4a Compass corporation. sad will be io16 to .
; as scouts And living off fittlkins-ejamplft dar-
ever and pia blot. Bat tile task army llade <
.
i andaa long handle made of ban- iIIat -f.J''W. exteotivn and cost I -'
rations. A hunt Jtor the Seminales Wig his first >atrter.ia Aigerid: 5. B. Denmark VeterinarxySurgeon
evidently no easy one. The .wolf bon, !lIke va penholder. Other,! rostra : <
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f' r t on and Now aad would begin the United I '-bad asfced .iny host about the fSkniff Bradford County Florida. } i
tn he States
on. tD government .mente .moted to be in i byithe; : care' D. E. XI gJt. Attorney tor Plaintiff. .,
l d turn his bead when )jackals wbfcfc bovrJed tte nigiitrtfetrough. May 1 W. ,; ..
F would
;+ some more order capture at any erswere wire saw And: a gimlet work ..i
terprIatDc hound pressed him ,erltbatteatlons. cost and the innocent Seminole livisg1peacefully in the lnwnsse aboatrbis borne fed by*,ileather twirling appatatos.- \ ) f
iI sass s.rious: ioitnaw how.tOUch ..
they
It seemed that
there in some hidden The/muotaer of expert w 4ers ,la "MASTER'S CalX. 1; i
swamp the .
nothing particularly reeembtei: ojwtcs of.our western ;
menacing Notice v berefcy given list under
CamJs and by
: : fr less than the Damber.lOf
act but ao quickly did tile mighty; would be hunted And captured like i plains.,, .A few days later-he,tilled me ; virtue .f a heal decree: to emlone a lien made .. : 1
.snap that we called only tell as the wild animal in his lair. A fewarticles frooi myriesl mrltit the ibewa tb.it some stores;, being.only about&c In.namber., and rendered April,24th, 1914. by the Judge of :' "- t'"
the Circuit
t ourt.4f the Eight Judicial Cir
sP hound after aaotser.. fell away would be .gathered togetherin .of ills Atab w rwen 'kad ;trooped a iAn expert-carver seldom works in the nit of Florida, in and for Bradford County, ." tJ:

lipped sides last It had -.beenl'r -fr.o a park, the arattiors.distrmed cf Jackal.* 'I followed! :Mm.out.ic.to the *3hop rfhichemploys him. Be.gel. eraUyfvorks. in'chancerysitting,-,n favor .f IF. J. Thomp- ; '. :.;
t t is.bis.own house ad:can earn con, eoogtaiaatsad agaiGet; the Southern I <:
than a mere bead shake.; The i their firearms and men, women and p atioandifounda.tlalfrtozenirativsquatted lurpentiie Company a corporation, defendant -
ale about fe bout I$3) Canton currency\ .month..- the mdeicigned will offer for Bale
e saeagth sad agility of little children driven aa iutrtbeDpot Two before
,
,all:.
r Looking: of them, .(Consular fieper ts. tV court fcouae door-et Starke. Florida, dur-
t '+ ,and -the apparent ease with i backward on their little w :re hoMiirg the;;animal-whileanotberakfeined cac' the legal boon of sale on Monday June
I k be dealt with six et the olght.lR rovisedl. It. A Jackal looks like let 1914. to the,highest and belt bidder for

d best tIorer the grand homes they could see .these camp.followers nothing .tNJt a very dick and .mangy iLipphg Up the Ltt4d.Idebtnrgb ea&i the frflowiug deaeribed personal proper

r' kennel .compeUei tm& -respectadmiration. T driving off the cattle and : dog. J.can mot imugiae anything less .$ which annually holds Its colored tytto-wit horse: Two mule bay one hone black mule horse, one mule moos with ., ,

l.; hogs of which they had large numbers :appetieing. I was surprised and ratite ,feast of ep ate, has run eoasiderafrle one eye and one bay horse mule with .lop All diseases of the> Horse* !

t .sow elUDe a whirlwind disectly in many instances. Placed in a mauseatedito see tort the men \ tre: riSk in reanrt years of providing a ears,-.five doable Venous Joe lift._d Williams harness., Cow and Dog treated.;, I

bIs pith-two borzois, dark as,night stockade for safe keeping, ,watched p paring the beast for volcng.:! least for the;sprats themselves Fieroe Speeial Meter in Chancery. Have your Hogs vaccinated '
D. E.
loping! toward the pursued Intent at by.the wkite man'with hi* gun'.these .1>0 the natives eat thesethlof.'Jstooly plea In the eighties and Dinettes didverygreat May tit.Knipbt, Soliettor for complainant to prevent Cholera. : J

risk of tbelr livea to overturn Urn.,' proud heart-broken natives .of .Flor' asked my holt in French. damage-.and almost cwnplet- Cows tested' for '

0QIbt to lie Ihtm torn to pieces in ida would be huddled "The man >%.'hu seemeil to be.be ed file ruin begun tbj the sea that swallowed tuberculosis :
until enough of IfASTEn SALL. before '
ma uentL But It ia cot in vain their number could be capt red.ia the chief ,cook understood the lanrxage.ul' 'up ancient l nnwleh. At onetime Notice .ia hereby given that ender and by using milk ._ 1

t wording to the, rules of waif the conquors.. lie looked up 4autlil y. the land went a quarter .f ,a virtue of a final decree of enclosure made Prompt attention given to
a .grown wolf has the honors same manner to fin a :1hi.P.to beta k- ,u'f es:lee growled 'but Ye don't eat mile farther out to sea and aa old and ef the rendered Circuit April 2 th, 1914 Vy the judge calls day or night.

whole kennel-all the borzois oa en to the Western country!, that they pfg... map preserved In tie- venerable Moot circuit; of Honda court, in and of for theEigtath'Bradford judicial county, Call Eftarls Stable _{

!rid 'must be anleashed-for be- dreaded .so much. Hundreds -di thought of ,our slaughter iiouse ball shows that the church bad at in chancery, in favor of G. F. Markillie, com. .".aite Stub .

his streoKth the grown wolf >isilnarUy died from exposure and broken. ';and the doubtfnl cleanliness: Jeast ten times ,more tend toward the phunani.W. C. Barctey.aad against her husband Wiflie, E.defendants Barclay and the H uevSTIIIE e

agile and Intelligentthese for in all that band there :was n I food apply and felt very 'mach tea than at has now. The market place undersigned spill offer for gale before the FtOBIDA .

: qualities be displayed to the one voluntary exile. Women: .a I the .ow..er of -A glass home who and the ross are among the trifle the court legal house hours door of at sale Starke on Monday, Florida, Juae during 1st. .

t4 beforsme: For the first time lawwolf children wept and the warriors thoughtlessly begun to ihi: 'w which the sea has stolen while In 1914., to the highest and heat bidder.for MuV the ,
at bay. and I was DO&JOiIM 5." following descried real estate lying and feeing
h solemn #nd silent as they : 1799 eleven houses disappeared. TIle in Bradford eoncty, State of Florida, to-wit; SHERIFFS SALE. /
feel
to any surprise arms of the: borough were selected Vorth half of Southwest quarter and Southeast Notice b hereby given that "
the last boundaries of the by **><] nnJer- ..'
10 aiany does should be unleashed aofirter at Section Twenty virtue ,
igKt of
Townchjp that certain
writ
bflovi of Execution
St. rctor kurg sad the Neva. with some sense of humor A ship in Four. issuing
OM beset Without chanrfag Florida fade .frolp ,view. South Range Twentyone, East, cow out of and under the leaf ef the Cirenib
t lie rtrer Xes'a rises St the waves' the sea, allBaj'les' bear. taiaing two hundred forty acres, fore or leas. Court in and for Bradford County State of '..
ne or his to America is
gait grace reel
suddenly, under incapable
i* always in danger of inge;**London Chronicle. A. S.-_Crews__,_,,u_ Florida, bearing date of March, A. U. 1914,. '
err oooes of the borzois that were eomp.ut ti01\. : opcvuu iiioaurr in v>nancery. in that certain cause pending wherein 0. l. ., "'
The city was built upon a 1 Thos. w. "" 1dinlr, Solicitor for Complainant. Thomas is plaintiff and
U
_ lag upon him. be turned to the The Present Seminoles) May 1'St.NOTICE C. Smith and B. A. _.
and the land .has been laborl- UeCubbind, late partner doiag business under
sad Beaded Police la Old Glasgow.In .,
straight toward oa Of the few the firm name and style of Smith & .JUCub- '
e dogs trying to turn quickly fell desceudats of the .;ly reclaUaed 8S1d Is ;able! to over- I the eighteenth century the whole bins are defendants. I, S. B. Denmark aa I' .
!t jumped again I Florida natives, what shall we say : by the ):eva. That river divide safety and order of Glasgow. Scotland DEED UNDER OF APPLICATION'FOR TAX Sheriff of Bradford County Florida, have
op and chase SECTION 8 OF levied
gave I CHAP and will
upon offer
l the wolf it Deemed continued oa We are told that this is ah forms a delta, and this delta is were intrusted to the unpaid and rJnc TER 4S88. LAWS OF FLORIDA. highest and best bidder for cash for sale on Ifonday.) the

el U'Ie at the same quiet gait ss ed age, but are we treating our pro within the city 4imits. Al- tant burgfaees. Every citizen who was Notice ii hereby given that Ceo. E. Kelley June 1st. 1914, between the legal hoar of ?

xa t BO need to.expend his strength, itred patriots of Florida any bt the aiaiu, portion of St Peters between the reara; of eighteen aril purchaser the 6th of Tax Certificate No. 69, dated sale L. C. at Smith the in former the town residence of Raiford.of tW in Brad laid .' ,
day of
June A. D. .
,
has
: foes than did those in power three quay in situated on the mainland (a sixty and pall a yearly rent nmount- certificate in my office, and 1910 has made filed appli-said ford County. State of Florida. aU c f the f

: far from me tbe dogs almost ers of a century ago? id"I la wasa *I on the eaai.by the I fag to $15 bad to take: his turn at. with cation law.for Said tax deed to issue in accordance following Piano, one named Sofa, one personal Side Board property two; Won Oue l' y

k'him 1 thought that one had The present Seminole knows all .and on the northwest by the guarding the city. "On touch of'i described certificate property situated embraces in the Brad-following Stands, two Bureaus, one Stove,-ODe'Petrig- > J; '

him. but be turned his bead. oXen). part of the city tand on drum:" Kays the writer "the gentlemanwas' ford county, Florida, to-witNW% ofSWW orator Tables,, one Gramophone, one Safe two Ceases

those terrible fangs of his again theperfidy practiced' upon his forfathers formed by the arms of the at his .post at 10 at night: and See.land 15 being Tp 6.assessed S. Range 21 E 40 A. The said four Chain one ,Stump one Trunk Puller of one Crockery-lot of Pictures Ware, "

b deadly work Saplings of and he knows, too that h Tate islands with their gardens strollM with weary tread end yawning/ I of uch certificate in at the the name'of-date of Unknown issuance Lamps, fruit Jars, one Jersey Cow and one "'

sad oak the outposts of the for- ancestors promised' to "abstain fro villas are a pretty feature of the gait along the Trongate and High unless said certificate shall be redeemed ac. Jersey as the Yearling of The same being levi&J upo IiI *.. s
property L. C. Smith
cording to law tax deed one(of the i .
ere already all aggression their whitnr The various parts.of the city street and the dark lanes of will issue thereon defendants and -
nigh. The dogs made upon ; up pitch on the let day of June A. D. 1914. will be told to satisfy s>U4 % I
;
desperate effort and almost s neighbors. The Florida Seminole connected by over 100 bridges, the winter nights till 4 in the morning. Witnct my official signature and seal this execution and cost ..

him i on they very edge of thee keeping the peace, yet he knows being the Troitsky bridge After that hour the city was without the 2nd day of May W.A.T., D.WEEKS.1914. I S.Sheriff B. Denmark.of Bradford Comity, Fls. _
saw bow J a third of a mile ia length.- a Clerk s A. Z. Adkins Attorney for Plaintiff. >
they all came to- his treaty rights have been Yiolat police. Circuit Court, Bradford County, _
and then heard D8ter Gazette. FlnHHa '-'
we the bowl of by the encroachment -
and tlu By R.
I A. Weeks, D. C.
after another as the wolf tin sp- he is being driven Man and the Office. May8.5t NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX HKEO
on and and 1} UNDER
on SECTION
8 OF
In off and Ruuia' Famous Choir. CHAPTER 48S8. ':
his gray body dlsan-( "The office ought to seek the man, LAWS OF i f'
white FLORIDA. ,
In man says there is no land le of the
tbe thicket. Then the borri- : members of the choir said the patriot"Perhaps.replied Notice .r;
is
hereby gives that A. A.
for him. Wear/a Witdom. FVeh.
benD ". of Alexander Nevski in St.
to call their dogs together Senator Sorghum. purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 46, datej ha -
gather up the wounded. The 'Glades are the national ho are all monks. They are "but when an office. has to seek the Tramp-Uould you give a pore stay" 5th day. of June A. D. 1S11. hag filed Aid
in'man somethins: to eat, mum? certificate in my office and has made IIIJPfc ,
e ftf theseIndians in number and are chosen from Lady
coursed the grown wolf. In for they know eve man the salary is generally so small of Iiouse I tion for tax deed to issue in accordance with ;
Eve years the Pershlno bunt foot of this great acquatic junglere. re best singers in all the Russian that it makes the office look like a starvins. -- might; but you are not law.described Said ertifl &U embrace the folf .,1IJt. F
ten only When the possessor of a Tramp-Iknow, dat lady; property situated in Bradford county.
fifty-six of them wb They can live upon the islets a downright mendicant"WashingtonStar. but an ounce
number or cubs and yearling small fine yoke appears among the novitiates worth a 5, S. R. 20 Eric The said land being amus ;
s that have been taken hammocks they know how to I be is sent to the monastery of Alexan- pound of cure, you know.Boston ed at the date of the issuance of such certifi
by the avoid certain sections f Tranwript. cate in the name of Unknown
during the wet unless mid
duke's bORois te 623.i' der Nevski, which adjoins the catbe- Poor Method. certificate shall be redeemed according to (,
a T -- seasons and they do not need canals deal where he is trained as carefully "He seems' to be always chasing tar deed will issue tbereoa on the lit.daf*% ;
June
A. D. 1914.
Most Unfortunate. for they go when and where they. as an opera singer and remains there rainbows." 4 What the Earth Is Made Of. Witnera my official signature and lied the .

-My disposition is so forgiving will in their light-draught canoes. doing little beyond assisting: at the "Yes. that appears to be his methodof Nearly half the earth is oxygen; a the,2utb day of April A. D. W14. t

tip 1 eo easily Nell-It Is al pity: The thousands of white purchasersof music at mass in the morning a'nd vespers providing for a rainy day.Judge.Not little more than a quarter of the earth Cleric W.Circuit'l', Weeks Court Bradford: ;

't apply your disposition toBalttmore I Everglades land who showed more In the afternoon. until he becomes is silicon: iienny 8 per cent of it is County. FIon"B "- .

American. faith than the average American usually aged, when he retires on a pension. Very Dusty. aluminium and nearly S\J\ per cent Is May J.St R. A. Weeka, D.f:.
Many of the voices of marvelous iron.
are -
does by buying "unseen goods! Jack-I don't believe you've the sand I
at hunt for temptation Just for land under water in the Eldorado of power and sweetness. The monks are to propose anyway- Tom-Yon're mis To Prevent Blood Poisoning '.
;l all vegetarians. The rules of, the or- He that buys what he does;
of not want
wrettltag with it America (the great Everglades of taken. I've the sand, but I haven'tthe ipply at once the wonderful reliable DR. ?
thodoi church forbid them to shave dust will soon want what he cannot bnv.- PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING OIL,a SOJTjical -, s t'
Florida -Exchange.
p | ), may find consolation in the I and their hair is worn like a woman's. Simmons. dressing that relieves pain and heals at
tie same time Not liniment 2Sc.50c.-
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..'.- is ;viaiting'his slater; Mrs l., E. 'J.'
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this week. .. : .0.
Wainwright 1' >
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Mrs. J. G. Crews;and daughter,

., ; Fannie?. were,in our inidst'this'week.. .

Mrs.: John .Carter has purchasedof Warning I
News Items[
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County J. W.'Andrews.& Son a new bug r,


gy.Mrs..Daisy Lipham, of Tallahasseeis l Nobody' ,allowed on this,, earth 'exc regularly

.: iBtartttintf facts Gcthered During..the Week by Our spending the week with her sister, ..' .certified. :smokers, ,of, STAG.
Correspondents Mrs J. N. Langford. '
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Ft- Miss Mabel Reddish and brother The best outdoor tobacco The best indoor tobacco'

0; .. -JI- David, were visiting her grandmother.., 1, because .holds all its good. because of its 'fresh and deli.

HAMPTON. I dren of Miami, are guests at the homeof Mrs.Mr.J.J.J.C.Clark demons, Sunday.his mother and ness in the,open alrT: .' cious fragrance. t tI v


'. Hampton, Fla.;May & Those who Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Redding. visitor daughter Annie are 'sPending theweek Convenient Packages: The' Handy ,Half-Sire, \

.. ) attended the performance: at the Ma- Mr. J. C. Hess was' a business ,in Jacksonville. S-Ceet Tin the FuD-Siz. IP-Cent Tin, the Pound and Half.,

souls Hall,last 1 'JridaJ'mlht., and, to StarkeWednesday.* Mr. J. D. McCormick, Sr., is attending a'''a"ttua :Pound:Tin E Humidor and the Pound Glass Humidor. .
Elder H. V. Skipper of Bishopvllle, .fI
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witnessed the production.of "A Noble the reunion at Jacksonville.Mrs. ay as V ;
: i is the at the home of Mr. F.trearrl4 .
S. C. guest
Outcast" as presented by the'Island C. E. Wainwright has returned .
and E. E. While here i
Grove schools, received a treat that Mrs. Barney. to her,home in Stark I'A .

.t will long remembered.. Prof. A. (Elder Skipper will preach every even- Raymond Hicks and Gladys his
ing this week, including Sunday.Mr. IWH IgIUJI, ,
.' "', $ C. Crews is to be congratulated .on sister, have returned home'to'Bryce- I
,
and Mrs. H. W. Johnson, of 'EVERINGIYGOOD1
under his
< the talent that the schools

;.: t: t attention are developing. The entire Paris S. &, are spending a few' days vile.Rev.. D. ,D. Phillips and wife, of Enterprise .
home of their near Law-
evening was one round of ,interest at the son, were visiting Mrs. N. E. Clarltt
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and applause. Too much cannot be tey.Mr. I Wainwright one day last week. 1
Pierce ,
Lan Blanchard, of Ft. ,
:. said of the work of Miss Grace Brice Mrs. H. C. Peeples of Dukes,'re- '
is this week with relatives
+ in the part of "the disputed possession -.. spending turned home Friday of last week.
i and friends in Lawtey and Starke.
," and Mr. Gaspard Merriwether as .
i Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill were visi- ..
"Jerry,' the Outcast" (These people DEATH OF J. W. MOORE' .,
.. Jacksonville Tuesday.A .
f '1. tors to
to be actually their
i+ appeared living large number of.our citizens took Mr J W Moore died at his home
parts and their excellent
; i I respective in the reunion at Jacksonville Wednesday near ,Fort Harley on April 30, 1914, }.
climaxes brought 'out continuous '
.. 1 i and Thursday. and wag buried May 1st. He was i ,. N j
Much credit
rounds of applause.'
f .. Mr. Henry Burney was a' visitorto a son of Mr. and Mrs. John Moore : r TOBACCO
is also due the balance of the Club for
o f. Jacksonville the first of the week. of Emanuel county Ga., and was
.\ : the manner in which they supported
0 born 'Sept 24, 1874. He lived in
: the two leading characters. ,It is re- '
J
#a LAKE BUTLER. Georgia till early -manhood, comingto ,
.. netted that the weather was so ee "
The well on the east side of town Florida in October 1894.. On Jan. M
threatening which prevented 'a full
'. has been cleaned out, and otherwise 20, 1895 he was married to Miss
II 1 house. However the visitors were
improved.. There, should be a general Nannie Ennis, with whom he lived 'I .
[ much gratified at the number that did
** J cleaning out and inspection .of happily until the time of:his death. '
the
t turn out inspite'of threatening
wells. An, epidemic may visit the! Five children were born to them only
clouds. It is hoped that Island Grove
," t healthiest town ,on earth through one of whom survives him. He had
will again visit us and it is hoped
contaminated wells. Lake Butler is been afflicted with catarrh for some .
that conditions will be such'that they
on a gentle height; there are no low- time, which finally developed into
that is their
attendance
i'I will have an
lying streets. When certain improvements consumption of the throat He wasa

due.The 'are made that are contemplated great but patient sufferer, his FREE LASTi
next attraction at the hall will ME THEY
it will be second to none greatest regret to' die being that of
be under the auspices of the'Masonic =
". for health in Florida. leaving his wife wb is a helpless .
;, lodge.; The title of the bill is The ''' .
The baccalaureate sermon was invalid, and has been for fifteen years '
'. ;Comer Store," and is ,an up-to-date v -rl
drama .. preached by Professor A C. Murphy During all these years he :was never j
comedy
L. L. D., at the high school auditorium too tired or sick to care for her until }
1 A number of Hamptonites are takIng To the first one hundred applications will be given'free
onJSunday morning his subject he was so weakened by disease that
r' advantage of the reduced rates k ,M of charge one copy of "Spraying Simplified" a ,1
za A ,
being "The. ascension he could no longer care for her. During f t e
}... to Jacksonville attending the reunion. necessary .1 ,Y.,.' tq valuable up-to-date book telling how to control the !
to.success." Dr. Murphy handled his his sickness he has been tenderly + insects and diseases which ,attack, fruit trees, roseti.t
Jack the of Mr. R'
four-year-old son '
1: : : subject in a masterly manner; he nursed by his little daughter deone tlpi i3Xw bushes, plants and vegetables of rill kinds.
and Mrs. F. H. Spicher met with a i
showed himself to be masterof his and his faithful friend, Mr. Weaver.
f.i;; f painful accident. late Monday even
V subject. The large auditorium was Everything possible was 'done to pro- .
, '. ,ing while at play. Running about :d
:: ..the yard, the little fellow tripped and well filled. long his life but death was the conqueror The various .diseases and insects attacking Peaches ,)

The commencement exercises start-, Orange Trees Fruits.and
Vegetables can be ,con- 1:.
fell striking his left knee Jackfa
,
cap. pHmart' Mr. Moore was a member'of the trolled by spraying. ,If you. don't believe it a. trial ,4
. a sturdy little chap and no will convince you. I',
department under Miss Lea Primitive Baptist church and
was a S s
result is looked for although the little
Reiherd gave the Gosling Parade. An true and faithful Christian. .f
fellow confined
to his bed. 1'
'" instrumental solo was rendered by He was a friend to everybody and i ;.
J. V. candidate
Jones County
treasurer's office made, a trip to Miss Omie Scarborough. The JackHomer always had a kind word and a smile I have a complete line of Spraying- : Machines and j

t' Drill, by Miss Eva Wilson's for everyone he met. He was a good Insecticides for sale at lowest prices., '
Starke Lawtey and other points in
f: room. The Clown Drill by Miss neighbor a true and affectionate husband i ',:,Jli
Bradford 'county' the interest of
t't ;
t -, Pearl Ware's room. Song, ."Betterbe and a kind and loving father. .
k'l. his campaign.
f .' good" by Mrs. Anthony's pupils The funeral services were held at .t .; .
.
Miss'Mary's Flower Garden by MisWilson's s his home Friday evening and by his R.. S. FERNANDEZ, STARKE, FLA.
MAXVILLE.
: room, and The Apple Blossom own request he was buried on his J. VERNON JONES I ; ;ii
lKrF. F. Bardin of Lake Candidate for County Treasurer of
City spent :
Drill by Miss,Ware's room. The farm which he loved so well and )

1 the'larger part of the week at his II auditorium was crowded with a well where he had spent so many pleasant Bradford County I .: V jru

-f tie camp near here.D. pleased audience. The way in which hours. .
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: B. Browning has completed his the pieces were rendered reflects The floral offerings were profuse. fffffff ffftfff f
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contracts in Maxville and returned I 4 '
great credit on the instructors. Several and beautiful.Of f ,OODLES. MONEY HANEY'S PLATFOSMj

; ,, to his home in Raiford Thursday. other items are on the program near relatives he leaves' his +' AN HONEST PLATFORM + If anybody doubts that the strawberry ?j ..-'.

". J. Speer Seaboard Air Line agent, I which will be brothers 't + Vote ;for C. J. Haney
father
I reported next week., and sisters his wife season ,just now drawing to a
; spent Tuesday'in Starke. I Mothers' Day will be observed in and daughter to mourn his loss anda ... .. .. ......... close brought,scads of money into for County Commissioner f rtriet -'

; ,The Ladies Aid Society met with the Methodist church next Sunday, host of friends who will;miss his Public affairs are not in a satisfac- this section then the doubting Thomas N i. 1', Bradford County.;; ,

r !')[n.* Bland Wednesday I when special sermons will be preached kind and pleasant face. tory condition and public opinion as did not see one of Starke's well da. ;;<

', ,. ;W. H. Gray is- repainting his resi- morning and night. The flower The family have the 'sympathy of to the best methods of bringing about known business men make his deposit He favors the administra.

:.. \ t ('derice. to be worn on that day is the white everybody in their sad bereavementMay the desired results is continually at the ,Bank of Starke Tuesday county .affairs in,such a

,:! .' .. C. H. Hopkins, Jr., of Jacksonville,, chrysanthemum or any white flower, God bless and comfort them. changing which has led to much hasty morning. He .carried the currency to r dne ,the present taxation".;?

!r.: is buying ties at,Maxville,for the G. the colors are the national colors.A needless and ineffective legisla- piled up in his arm like he ,was tak- He believes that the County.

8. Baxter Company. wedding! Who when, where Although weary paths he traveled tion. I, as,an honest and honorable ing in a load of stove wood. missioners can by careful ,
,
\ Richard. Bragg ,has.been employed Well, now, that will come later. We 1 'Mid darkness, storm and night candidate for Democratic Domination of theifiaances of the county,
j "'..._. to build a new home in Baldwin for to the the' county with less money'now
are oathbound and therefore cannot Bearing many heavy burdens office of Representativefrom There are 40,000 known varietiesof :
Mr. Wells.
tellThe Always struggling for the right: Bradford County, make no flies in the world. A single housefly being used. ip
Mis. M.' C. Reeder who has been He; ij ;
against
county-
Civic League of Lake Butler, 'Neath the tree of life is resting, hasty, dazzling promises the.peo lays 120 eggs in excrement, rotten any
quite ill, is improving nicely. issue;wdich will further I -
i is the livest in ple to their impose
thnig town. The park His toiling here is o'er;. secure support I makeno refuse, etc. The maggots hatch in '
S, P. Wiley of Jacksonville dens of
accompanied well is having coat of paint Several He is kneeling near the Savior promise to support or oppose any six or eight hours and the maggots taxation on the people

: a party of. South Carolina other things are being bright- He will suffer never more. bills, resolutions or memorials untilI I become flies in five or six days. The county;; who are now toiiDgra -

prospective' land buyers about the ened up.- He can hear the hanDy voices have sufficient time to satisfy an life cycle of a fly in midsummer is burden which they are '

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i: Maxville farms Wednesday. MissC1i1ford Harrell has been on Of loved ones as they stand, ordinary intelligent person ,of the I ten days. .So, single- fly may'have bears; He is'not in'favor of ,,ian
0. B. Finn is
his material
getting
the sick list, having been confined to Singing in the gloamingOf worthiness or unworthiness of the 120 children 14,400 grandchildren indebtedness which will :n ."

; on the ground for,his new residence her room for several days. We are that bright and better'land.He measure at issue. 1,728,000 paid, and which will be a burden
great C
i.- grandchildren 207,- '
in M xville. '
pleased to see her out again. has joined the blood washed legion My only promise to the'people is: 360,000 great great grandchildren you and; your, childreniaBrad9od .'

Master John Wright suddenly became Mr. P.'M. Padgett has demonstrated That I will pay special attention to, within two months. What the mar- county is one of the

seriously ,ill at school Tues- the fact that Irish potatoes can be And stands thoughtfully consider and tax-ridden counties in the ala -
amid the throng earnestly : ried ones are capable of is too seriousto
day.The' grown in this district equal to those And mingles in their worship. work for what they need and want contemplate. The moral is, swat he bfliWes that the indebtedI '.

mother of Henry Hudson near grown in part of Florida. at the time I 'them the t o nty'should be 'grad
any They And joins their happy songs.A am serving as the fly and in the fourth generation
Maxville; died at his home Wednes- I tefore
duced
planted in further indebincurred .
were the middle of Febru- FRIEND. Representative, should they see fit to you have swatted over 200 million of '-I-

day.Mrs.V ary. A top showed quite a large bestow that honor upon me. it. : ..>>,

'- .' Andrew Wiggers and son re- number of tubers about half No. ones I am a Bradford County boy. Iwas He, is not in favor of bnI'-
,
L. S. L. S. PROGRAM
turned '"
from Evansville 'this week.M. and the other half number two's. born and raised near Hamptonand at the'present time. He bell .:i

J. Austin has leased the Lohrig For soil The L. S. L. S. Society was called STARKE PROOF the County Commissioners
i good you do not'need to go have lived and worked in the .
'': '. laW mill at Maxville and will put it, farther than Bradford County. together by the president on Satur- county all my life. caretal handling: the road

, 'i" : into operation within a few days day night May 2. An interesting Should Convince Every Starke which
'... Mrs. Mattie Jones has returned Your support and vote will be appreciated Reader ,we :now have improve

I I t log hauling has already begun. home from burying her brother. program was rendered. The debate and remembered with loy- public 'roads with the monejbeing5 .-

: x Miss Ethel K. Thompson the train- aroused quite an interest in the large alty and honesty. The frank statement of a neighbor 'ed. 'f...

LAWTEY v audience. The program for Satur- telling the merits of He:'ill
ed nurse who was attending Miss Earnestly a remedy. comply with the law,

,t: ..... tey Sheriff,the first S. B.of Denmark the week was on business.in Lawt Logan, returned to Jacksonville on day Recitation-Clarence night, May 16, is as follows: :TRUMAN J.yours.FUTCH.. .Bids you pause and believe. :. ing to' letting road work. He
? S aff.
r Wednesday. Miss Thompson has May 8-4t The same endorsementBy favor tt appointing a road aior
Messrs. G. T. Pearce Enoch Griffis
Humorous
R'' many friends here having done much reading-Allie" McLeod. some stranger far away to: see after the roadwork'
and J. C. Smith business
visitorsto
were
Jacksonville nursing in and around Lake ,Butler. Extemporanous speech-R. M. WILL ELECT OFFICERSThe Comands no belief at all. j. commissioner's district; and lie ,_

r: Tuesday. ,Mr. J. H. Scarborough has com Rauls. Starke board of trade will Here's a Starke case. in favor of the: commissioner'i

; Mrs.Holland B. Doughtie and Miss Annie menced a barrel making industry. He ,Ginger Jar-Katie DuBose., hold a meeting next Tuesday eveningat 'A Starke citizen testifies. ployinr: the hands and wor' _.
of Holland
Va., area has received a, contract for a large Music-Ressie' McLeod, M. D. Du the court house for the purpose Read and be convinced. roads himself.If '

r* homes spending of a Mr.few and days Mrs. here G. T. Pearce at the number of barrels. Eight men are Bose and Qunlis Ward. of electing officers for the ensuingyear. W. W. Baisden deputy sheriff and he'is elected he will at i all.

at work in Debate-HResolved that the worksof A full attendance of the jailer use hig.best
T :{ and Mr. and Mrs L H. HilL Mrs. the cooperage. members Starke, Fla., says: "I usedDoan's efforts to secure._

'0 ;: Doughtie is sister of men are more attractive to the is requested. Kidney Pills about four years better roads with the money'
a Mrs.
I Pearce. WATER eye,than works of nature." for ing spent for that to
OAK. ago kidney :
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Smith and chil- complaint. They'did purpose; .

\...,., ,. Mrs. Jessie Simpson returned hometo Affirmative OthalMizelle% Carl No investment pays better than a me a world of good curing all a reduction of your taxes;'\

Scaff Percy McLeod. purchase, of space in a live newspa symptoms pub ,Bradford t.
County on
Kingsland, Ga., after a brief visit I promptly. My back was .
k with her mother Mrs. N. C. Wainwright Negative Ed' Bird Ray DuBose, : per. This is another fact which has strengthened and I feel better in financial basis. '
A -
MISTAKEN IDEA L R.
Greene. not been disputed to date. These
up every way. You are at liberty to use A vote for .him is a vote.
t'.I; Being no further business we ad- hard facts ought to count with sen- higher k
Mrs. taxes.
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There are some people who still resort John demons of Brooker my name recommending this remedy.

f V, to drugged pills or .alcoholic syrups to spent a few days with her son, Ellis journed until May 16. sible people. _Choose a real newspa The above statement must carry Faithfully; ",
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< overcome co who, nervousness or general this week. We thank the audience for the per that is wide awake, progressive conviction to the mind of every reader. ,, C. j.
and
debility, know
that the pore large attendance and most : up-to-date, has a healthy circulationand 'j';
r. V nnadnlterataJ nourishment in Scott' Mr.. Tom Morton has rented his especially Don't simply ask for_a kidney remedyask

f.J Kmubion is eminently better,but refrain place to'Mr. Bob Anderson and Mr. for their kind attention. We hope enjoys the confidence of the pe o- distinctly for Doan's Kidney BROOKS SCHOOL HOt.
(r i V: from taking it because they fear it to see more next meeting. ple. Prudent buyers I ''
may Morton are constantlyon
S lead to CXCMM ve fat or has moved to Columbia county Pills the'same that Mr. Baisden had I J.iu be at Brooks school;
obesity. near Ellisville. 0. MIZELL, Pres. the lookout for enterprising mer -the remedy backed home on
hbitamietakenideabeauteScott'a by testi- Friday, May 15th, at 2 o'cL

, Emulsion first strengthens the body before Mr. J. P. Sapp, of Sapp, Fla., was A. C., DuBOSE. Secy. chants. Enterprising merchants arethe mony. 50c all stores. Foster-Mulburn for the purpose of letting .

ties Baking aid heal,. Its binul-foroing proper in our- mH._n!__.t* TiiA__wfcj..*1otr*** e ones who advertise. The ones Co.. Props., Buffalo,. N. Y. for .ttie erection of school ,
nature throw
; ) off sickness ;
by Mr. and Mr To Prevent Blood Poisoning who advertise are the ones who sell .
J. D. McCormick "When Your Back is Specifications
bulWIng health frost its very source,and were Lame-Re- will ,be fu
Arab visiting apply at once the wonderful old reliable DR. the goods. No one now on earth will .
it fnri
L Avoid akfcboJJouUUtaUi" for BCOTT'ft. Morris Crews, of Key West, |!cal dreiilag that relieves HEALING pain and OIL heals.a fur at dispute this fact. It is hard to get } N. H. .Stot

n .the tame time. Not, a Uiimeat. %$c.SOc.SUG. around cold facts.' t Telegraph $1.50 year. May':8-it. *,il'

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